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BANK a„d QUOTATION




REG.

U.

3.

OFFICE

PAT.

Stock Exchange

Quotations

Range for March 1961
PAOX

PAOX

American Stock Exchange.......^.
Boston Stock Exchange
...
—

30
51
44
30

Exchange—Bonds—

4

Detroit Stock Exchange
Midwest Stock Exchange

New York Stock

New York Stock

Exchange—Stocks 16

46

Pacific Coast Stock Exchange

Philadelphia-Baltimore Stock
Exchange

.......

......

43

...

51

Pittsburgh Stock Exchange

General Quotations
Values

as

Municipal Bonds—

Banks and Trust Companies—

Domestic
Canadian

..............—

88

78
81

Domestic

88

—

—

of March 30

Canadian

Equipment Trusts (RR.)
54
Exchange Seats^---^i.-.-.--------ST.
Federal Land Bank Bonds
—
78
Foreign Government Bonds
79
industrial Bonds
65
Industrial and Miscellaneous Stocks. 67
Insurance Stocks .—
87
Investing Companies Securities
63

Bonds
Stocks...
Railroad Bonds
Public Utility

Public Utility

Railroad Stocks—
Real Estate Bonds
Real Estate Stocks

—

......

..

57
61
52
56
93
93

Securities 78
States Territorial Bonds
78

United States Government
United

Other Statistical Information
Call Loan Rates

—...

Dow, Jones Stock Averages—
Foreign Exchange \
—----—
Money Market
—
.———

1
Redemption— 95
1
1

1

Prime Bankers' Acceptances

1
2
1

Securities Called for
Time Loan Rates
Volume of

Trading

April 1961
William B. Dana

Company, Publishers

25 Park Place, New York 8,

N. Y.

—




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■

•
.

QUOTATION RECORD

BANK and

-

REG. U. 8.

PATENT OFFICE

Copyright in 1961 by WILLIAM B. DANA COMPANY in office
the Post Office at New

Second Class Matter, March 14, 1928 at

New York

VOLUME 34

of Librarian of Congress, Washington, D. C. Entered as
York, N. Y, under Act of March 3, 1879—Issued Monthly
NUMBER 4

8, April 1961

Rates for Money at
Call loans

QUOTATION RECORD

BANK AND

of

Quotation Record Is a companion publication

the Commercial and Financial Chronicle and is Issued monthly.
Terms for the Chronicle are $65.00 per annum within the
United States and U. S. Possessions and Territories, $68.00 in
Canada. $65.00 In South and Central America, Spain. Mexico
and Cuba, and $72.00 in other foreign countries.

COMPANY, Poblishers

Call Loan Rates

25 Park Place. New York 8

New York Stock

82.449,890

46,675,236

$

value)—
$
Railroad and misc.
170,782,000

$

S

Bond sales (par

125,256,000

143,741,000

90,057,500

7,223,500
2,000

6,784,000

6,843,800

5,139,720

178,007,500

132,040,000

150,584,800

95,197,220

International Bank
Foreign govt.
United States Govt.
Total bond

1958

65,715,223

118,034,886

sales (shares).

Low

sales

1961

1960

1959

231,496,751

3% @4% 3*4@4*4
3% @4% 3% @4%

3% @4% 3*4 @4*4

@3% 3

@3%

3% @41,6 3*4 @4*4
3% @416 3*4 @4 *4

3*404*4 33/4@4y2
3*404*4 3*4@4ya
3*4 @4*4 3*4 @4*4

High

Renewal

3*4@4*4 3*4@4*4
3*4 @4*4
3% @4%
3*4@4*4
3% @4%
3% @4»6

3% @4%
3*4 @4*4
3% @4%
3% @4%

3% @4%

3*404*4 3% @4%
3*4 @4*4 3% @4%
3% @4% 3*4 @4*4
3% @41,6 3% @4%

3*4 @4*4 3*4 @4*4

3%@4ya 3%@41/6 334@4ya

Daily Record of Time Loans
-Bates

19,359,500

20,674,800

March

1

2,000

1,000

4,000

March

2

301,979,020

March
March
March

3
4
5
6
7

on

Month of Msrch—

400,514,500

4,000

364,771,500

421,194,300

30 Days

March
March
March

American Stock Exchange
1958

1959

1960

1961

Stock sales (shares).

63,370,985

21,513,925

54,194,736

$

$

$

March

12,643,498
$

value)—

govt.
Foreign corporate-

Foreign

Total bond sales

6,794,000

7,202,000
503,000
322.000

16,001,000

7.989,000

8,027,000

Dow-Jones Closing
Railroads

Industrials

20

30

145.25
145.65
144.84

663.03
669.39

671.57

Stock Av<srages
Stocks

Utilities
15
108.33
108.42

224.70

144.77

225.53

143.62
142.24

107.98

108.64
109.01
109.21
109.65
110.40

222.96
222.41
222.77
224.86
226.72

5,081,220
4,902,100
4,900,211
5,620,190

5,776,135
5,809,020
5,836,940
5,173,840
4,388,100 V

5,912,130
6,005,630
5,952,560

.

110.82
111.79
112.07
111.67

227.85
229.39

148.18

111.75

227.69

229.96
228.34

■

Sunday
671.03
669.58

676.41
676.63
Good Friday

'
_

147.61
148.07
147.22
146.20

111.98
112.04
112.16

111.91

227.36
227.25
228.41
227.96

4,188,560
4,626,980
5,330,010

57514,720

compiled daily by using the following divisors: Industrials,

Utilities, 8.53; 65 stocks, 17.28.

3% @4*4

3*404*4

3% @4*4
3% @4*4

3*4 @4*4

3*4@4*4

3*4 @4*4
3*4 @4*4

3*4 @4*4
3*4 @4*4

3% @4*4
3*4 @4*4

3% @4*4

3*4 @4*4
3*4 @4*4

3*4@4*4
3*4 @4*4

3*4 @4*4
3*4 @4*4

3% @4*4
3*4 @4*4

3*4@4*4

3%@4*4 3% @4*4 3*4 @4*4 3*4 @4*4 3*4@4ya
3% @4*4 3*4 @4*4 3*4 @4*4 3% @4*4 3% @4*4

3*4_@^4

3%@4*4 3% @4 *4

3*4 @4 *4
3% @4*4
3*4 @4*4
3% @4 *4

3*4 @4*4
3*4 @4*4
3*4 @4*4
3*4 @4*4
3*4 @4*4

3*4@4*4

3*4 @4*4
3*4 @4*4
3*4 @4*4

3*4 @4*4
3*4 @4*4
3*4 @4*4
3*4 @4*4

3% @4*4
3% @4*4
3% @4*4
3% @4*4
Saturday
Sunday

3*4 @4*4
3*4 @4*4

3*4@4*4
3% @4*4
3% @4*4
3% @4*4
3*4@4*4
Saturday
Sunday
3% @4*4
3*4@4*4

3% @4*4
3% @4*4
3*4@4ya
3% @4*4

3*4 @4 *4 3*4 @4*4 3*4 @4*4
3*4 @4*4 3% @4*4 3*4 @4*4
3*4 @4*4 3*4 @4*4 3*4 @4*4

3*4 @4V2
3% @4*4
3*4 @4*4

3% @4*4

3*4 @4*4
3*4 @4*4

3*4 @4*4

3*4@4*4

3*4 @4*4

3% @4*4

3*404*4
3*4@4*4
3% @4 *4 3% @4*4
3% @4*4 3*4 @4*4
3% @4*4 3% @4*4

3% @4*4
3*4@4*4
3*4 @4*4
3% @4*4

3*4 @4*4

3*4
3*4
3*4
3*4

3*4 @4*4
3 *4 @4 *4
3*4 @4*4
3*4@4ya
3*4 @4*4

3*4 @4*4
3%@4ya

3*404*4

3*4@4ya

3*404*4
.

3*4 @4 *4

3*4@4y2
3*4 @4*4
3*4 @4*4

@4*4
@4*4
@4*4
@4*4

3*404*4 3*404*4 3% @4*4

3*4 @4*4

"J

March
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
March

3y8@3
3y8@3

Acceptances

90 Days 120 Days
Bid Ask Bid Ask
@2% 3Ya @3
@2% 3
@2% 3y8@3
@2% 3
@2% 3y8@3,
@2% 3

60 Days
Bid Ask

@2% 3
@2% 3
@2% 3

Saturday
Sunday
3
@2%
3*4@3
3*4@3
3ys@3
3y8@3
Saturday
Sunday
3Ya @3
3y8@3
3y8@3

rc

•

146.20
149.81
150.81
148.59

3% @4*4

3*4 @4*4

3
3
3

Mar

5,957,770

*

678.84
678.73
679.38
675.45
672.48
Saturday

6 Mos.

3%@4ya

3*4 @4*4

March
March
March
March
March
March
March
March

108.38

Saturday
Sunday

5 Mos.

3*4 @4*4

March
March
March

5,619,650
5,536,150

143.00

144.67

4 Mos.

3% @4*4

Bid Ask

142.09

142.67
142.33
142.09
143.55

Mixed Collateral-

3*4@4*4

Prime Banker's

223.44
222.97
222.43
222.77

664.44
661.08
662.88
670.38
676.48

31

Sunday
3*4 @4*4
3y«@4*4
3% @4*4
3% @4*4
3% @4*4
Saturday
Sunday

30 Days

108.26
107.98

Saturday
Sunday

26
27
28
29
30

25

on

90 Days

Saturday

Volume

225.02

108.70

04

4,971,000
5,301,080
5,530,890

223.32

108.74

22
23

3% @4*4
3% @4 *4
3% @4*4

60 Days

Big Board

Total 65

Saturday
Sunday
674.46
667.14
666.15
663.33
663.56

529,000
419,000

20
21

March
March
March
March
March
March

5,458,000

Total bond sales

7,356,000

18
19

March
March

4,510,000

351,000
282,000

$

$

15
16
17

March
March

37,716,366

131,625,177

$

14.

March
March

1958

66,480,337

Bond sales (par

10
11
12
13

March
March

1,655,000

129,119,705
$
value)—
Domestic
14,373,000
1,068,000
Foreign govt.
560,000
Foreign corporate-

Stock sales (shares).

8

9

March
March

67,000

1959

1960

1961

March
March
March

138,000

2,319,000

2,160,000

March
March

1,450,000

2,083,000
126,000
110,000

1,937,000
133,000
90,000

6,134,000
474,000
186,000

Jan. 1 to Mar. 31—




Mar. 17. 3*4@4*4
Mar. 18. Saturday
Mar. 19_ Sunday
Mar. 20- 3*4 @4*4
Mar. 21. 3% @4%
Mar. 22. 3% @4*4
Mar. 23_ 3%@4%
Mar. 24- 3%@4*4
Mar. 25_ Saturday
Mar. 26- Sunday
Mar. 27- 3% @4%
Mar. 28_ 3% @4%
Mar. 29. 3% @4i/6
Mar. 30- 3%@4%
Mar. 31_ 3% @4%

3*404*4 33/4@4i/2 3*4 @4*4
3% @4*4 3*4 @4*4 3*4@4*4

286,516^000
34.000
15,425,020

345,410,000

460,348,100

Volume of Business

Averages are

3% @4% 3% @4%
3% @4% 3*4@4ya
3% @4% 3% @4%

@3% 3

Low

Renewal

Sunday
3*4 @4*4 3*404*4 3*4 @4*4

March

Total bond sales

3.28; Rails, 5.234;

Mar. 31

the New York Stock Exchange

3%@4*4 3*4 @4%
3%@4ya 3% @4%

$

$

2,000

United States Govt.

March 30
March 31

on

3 *4 @ 4*4 3*404*4

136,744,32$'

value)—
$
Railroad and misc.
441,244,000
International Bank
19,102,100
Foreign govt

March 1
March 2
March 3
March 4
March 5
March 6
March 7
March 8
March 9
March 10
March 11
March 12
March 13
March 14
March 15
March 16
March 17
March 18
March 19
March 20
March 21
March 22
March 23
March 24
March 25_
March 26
March 27
March 28
March 29

Mar. 24

1958

190,180,939

Bond sales (par

Bond sales (par
Domestic

Mar. 17

3*4@4*4 3*4@4*4 3%@4*4 3*404*4

turday

299,946,967

Jan. 1 to Mar. 31—

Stock sales (shares).

High

3% @4%
3% @4%
3% @4%
Saturday
Sunday
3*4@4y2
3*4 @4J/2
3*4 @4*4
3% @4%
3*4 @4*4

Exchange

1959

I960

1961

Month of March—

Stock

on

•

Salle Street.

WILLIAM B. DANA

Volume of Business

New York

Mar. 10

Commercial paper—
Double & single names—
Prime 4 to 6 months. 3y8@3% 3y8@3% 3

copies are sold at $4.00 per copy.
CHICAGO OFFICE—135 South La

Mar. 3

3% @4% 3% @4%
3*404*4 3*4 @4*4
3*404*4 3% @4%
3*404*4 3*4 @4*4 3*4@4*4
3% @4% 3*4@4*4 3% @4%
3% @4% 3*40 4 y2 3*4@4*4

l our months
Five months
Six months

Bank and Quotation Record Is
of United States extra. 81ngle

The subscription price to the
$45.00 a year. Postage outside

Stock Exch.:

Range for week (mixed &
industrial collateral)
3% @4*4
Time loans (mixed and
industrial collateral)—
3% @4%
Thirty days
3%©4 *4
Sixty days
3% @4%
Ninety days

(Published Monthly)
The Bank and

on

@2%
3*6 @3

3

@2%
3*4 @3

3

3y8@3
3*4@3
3Ya@3

3y8@3
3y8@3
3*8 @3

3% @3
3*4@3
3*4@3
3*4 @3
3Ye@3

3*6 @3
3Ya @3
3*6 @3
3*6 @3
3*6 @3

Saturday
Sunday

March
March
March

3y8@3
3*6 @3
3y8@3
3*6 @3
@2%
3
@2% 3
@2% 3
@2%
3
@2% 3
@2% 3
@2%
3
@2% 3
@2% 3
Saturday
Sunday
@2%
@2%
3
@2%
@2%
3
@2%
@2%
@2*6
3
@2%
@2%
@2*6
@2%
3
@2%

March

3

March

3y0@3
3y8@3

@2%

@2%

3% @3
3y4@3y8
3Ya@3Yb

3YA@3Ya
3Ya@3Vb

150

Days

Bid Ask

180 Dsys
Bid Aik

3*603*6 3y4@3*6
3y4@3y8 3Va@3YB
3y4@3*6 3Ya@3Yb
3y4@3*6 3y4@3*6
3*4@3y« 3%@3y4
3%@3y4 3%@3y4
3%@3y4 3%@3y4
3%@3y« 3%@3y8

3Vt@3Va 3%@3y4 3%@3y4
3y4@3*6 3%@3y4 3%@3y4
3Ya@3Yb 3%@3y4 3*4 @3y*
3YA<3>3Ya 3%@3y4 3%@3y4
3y4@3*6 3%@3y4 3%@3y«

3y4@3y8 3%@3y8 3%@3y4
3y4@3*6 3%@3y8 3%@3y4
3*6@3
3*6@3
3*6@3

3y4@3*6
3y4@3*6

3Ya@3YB

3y4@3y8
3y4@3*6
3y8@3*6

3*6@3
3*6@3

3YA@3Ya
3Ya@3YB

3y8@3*6
3y4@3y8

3*6@3
3*6 @3
@2% 3*6@3

3y4@3*6
3yi@3*6

3y8@3*6
3y4@3*6

3y4@3y8

3y4@3y8

FOREIGN EXCHANGE

Daily Rates of Foreign Exchange
The

figures shown below

are

the

approximate cable rates in the New York
day of the current month.

market for each business
-t Argentina (Peso)—
Official
Free
March
March

1

2
3
4
6
8
7

March
March
March
March
March
March
March

• *

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**

March

10

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March
March

14

**

March
March

15
16

March
March
March
March

17

—

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.0008
.0008

2.2298

.0383
.0383

.0200
.0200

.0545
.0545

.0008
.0008

.0545
.0545

.0383
.0383
.0383
.0383
.0383

.0200
.0200
.0200
.0200
.0200

.0008
.0008
.0008
.0008
.0008

.0545
.0545
.0545
.0545
.0545

.0383
.0383

.0200

.0008
.0008

.0545
.0545

.0008
.0008
.0008

.0545
.0545
.0545

.0008
.0008

.0545
.0545

.0008
.0008

.0545
.0545

.0008

.0545

March

March
March
March
March
March
March
March

2.2306
2.2303

2.2301
2.2294
2.2295
2.2294
2.2291

0.120
.0120

2.2297
2.2304

.0120
.0120
.0120

*»

•*

22
23

**

••

24__

**

25
26

2.2298
2.2287
2.2288

Saturday

•

*•

•*

29
30

•#

••
* •

31

1.0135
1.0146
1.0144

10-___
11
12

-tCanadaBanker's Checks

.0200
.0200

.0383
.0383
.0383
,0383

.0200
.0200
.0200
.0200

.0383

.0200

Chile

Escudo

.2099

1.01 37/64% prem.
1.01 49/64% prem.

.95
.95
.95

.2097

.95

.2097
.2096

.95
.95
.96
.96

.2099

1.01 15/64% prem.
1.01 13/64% prem.

1.01§i%prem.

.0040
.0039
.0039

.0039
.0039
.0039
.0039
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1.0117
1.0124

1.0123

r

Colombia (Peso)
Free Rate
Certificate
.1300
**
.1290
.1290

Cuba
Peso
••

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.1493

.1290
.1265
.1265

• *
.

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.0038
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.1400
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.1400
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.1400
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.1493
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.1220

.96
.96

.1235
.1240

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.2100
.2099

.1493

.96
.96
.96

.1400

.1265
.1290

• •

• •

• *

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.1400
.1400

1.01 17/64% prem.
1.0132% prem.

.2099
.2099

.96

1.01^% prem.
1.01 57/64% prem.
1.01% prem.

.2099

1.0113 % prem.

.2099
.2098

1.01 A % prem.

1.0113 % prem.
1.01 1*6 % prem.
1.0134% prem.

1.0123

.2099

Saturday

19_
20
21

• •

• *

• •

• *

.1400

.1290

.1493

• •

.1400

.1280
.1280

.1493

• *

.1400
.1400
.1400
.1400

Sunday
1.0124

1.0108
1.0101
1.0088

22
23
24
25
28

1.0096

.2099
.2099

.96
.96
.96
.96

.2099
.2099

.1400

.1265

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.1265
.1250

• •

.1493

.96
.96

.1250
.1265

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.1493

**

Saturday

*•

Sunday

27

1.0108
1.0104

28
29
30
31

1.0104
1.0108
1.0110

Denmark
Krone
1
2
3

March

.0383

.0383

.2099
.2098

1.0113% prem.

1.0134

13
14
15
16
17
18

March
March
March

tCeylon
Rupee

1.01 29/64% prem.
1.01 33/64% prem.

Saturday
Sunday

9

March

.0200
.0200

.r0383

Saturday
Sunday
1.0141
1.0164
1.0170
1.0170
1.0154

March
March
March

2.2302

.0043
.0041

Sunday

27
28

8~_

March^

2.2305
2.2298

Saturday

6
7

March

.0045
.0045
.0045
.0045
.0045

.0200
;0200
.0200

Sunday

5

March
March
March

.0545

.0383
.0383
.0383

.0120
.0120
.0120
.0120
.0120

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1
2
3
4

March
March

.0047
.0046

2.2254

.0120
.0120
.0120
.0120

* *

Dollar

March
March
March
March
March
March

.0008

2.2254
2.2272
2.2299

.0120

*♦

20
21

March
March

.0047

.0545
.0545

s=.

**

19

.0545

.0120
.0120
.0120

Sunday

March

March
March
March
March

.0008
.0008

.0200

2.2277

Saturday

March

11
12
13

March
March

.0199
.0200

.0383
.0383
.0383

Brazil (Cruzeiro)
Official
Free

.0120

9

March
March
March

Bolivia
Boliviano

.0120

**

March
March
March
March

Franc

2.2283
2.2278

* *

♦ ♦

a

March
March

tBelgium

Schilling

.0120

Saturday
Sunday

18

tAustria

Pound

.0120
.0120

*»

.

^Australia

1.013*2 % prem.
1.01 Yb% prem.
1.01 Vb% prep?.
1.01 %% prem.
1.01 Ye % prem.

.2099

Sucre

Sterling

.96

.1265
11265

.2098

Ecuador

.96

.2098

.96

.1265

t England (Pound)
30 Days
60 Days
2.7938
2.7917
2.7930
2.7910
2.7931
2.7908

.1400
.1400

**

**

.1400

» •

»»

.1400

*»

.1400

.1493

tFrance

tFinland
90

Days

Markka

(Metropolitan)
New Franc

4

.1446V4
.1446%
.1446%
Saturday

March

5

Sunday

March

.1448

»♦

2.7929'

March

6
7

.1446

2.7929

2.7904
2.7897

2.7882

»*

March
March

8
9

.1446

* *

2.7874

• •

2.7942
2.7962

.0031
.0031

.1448
.1449

2.7952
2.7986

2.7861
2.7851

2.7917
2.7937

2.7985

2.7892
2.7912

2.7941

.0031
.0031

2.7926

2.7891

.0031

.2040
.2039
.2040
.2040

2.7993
2.7984
2.7994
2.7990
2.7990

2.7936
2.7942
2.7937
2.7937
2.7929

2.7906
2.7911

.0031

.2040

.0031
.0031
.0031
.0031

.2040
.2040

2.7907
2.7894

2.7886
2.7880
2.7877
2.7877
2.7856

.2040
.2040

2.7988
2.7980
2.7980
2.7980
2.7975

2.7925
2.7922
2.7930
2.7823
2.7908

2.7885
2.7882
2.7890
2.7882
2.7868

2.7845
2.7842
2.7845
2.7842
2.7828

.0031
.0031
.0031
.0031
.0031

.2040
.2040
.2040
.2039
.2040

2.7983
2.7992
2.7985
2.7970
2.7971

2.7915
2.7923
2.7923
2.7910
2.7910

2.7873
2.7883
2.7884
2.7869
2.7869

2.7835
2.7843
2.7845
2.7828
2.7826

.0031

.2040
.2040
.2040
.2040
.2040

March
March
March
March
March
March
March
March

March
March
March
March
March
March
March

March
March
March
March
March
March
March

10
U____

• *

2.7959
2.7958

2.7896

2.7890
2.7886

.0031
.0031
.0031

.2040

.2040
.2040

.2040

Sunday
.1449

*•

.1448%
.1448 %

»•

.1448
.1449

15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

• •

2.7912

Saturday
Sunday
.1448'/a
.1448%
.1448'/a V
.1448%
.1449

23
24
„

• •
• »

••

Saturday
Sunday
.1448%
.1448%
.1448%
.1448%
.1448

All footnotes shown on page 3.




*•

Saturday

12
13
14

25
26
27
28
29
30
31

2.7966
• •

••
• •

• •
» »

.0031
.0031
.0031
.0031

'>

■i

April, 1961

FOREIGN EXCHANGE

3

Daily Rates of Foreign Exchange—Continued
{Germany (Western) Deutschmark
flFreely Conv.
Liberalized Cap.
March
March
March
March

March
March

March
March

.1765
.1760
.1765

.2508

.2512

.2512
.2518
.2518
.2518

.2515
.2520

.1760
.1760
.1760
.1760
.1760

.2091
.2091
.2090
.2095
.2092

1
2
3

.2397
.2397
.2397

4—__
5
a
7

March
March

March
March
March
March
March

.2398%
.2398%
.2399%

{India
Rupee
.2094
.2093
.2093

Hong Kong
Dollar

Iran
Rial

1 Ireland

Italy

Pound

Lira

Ten

.0135
.0135
.0135

2.80
2.80
2.80

2.7966
2.7959
2.7958

.0016
.0016
.0016

.0027

.0135
.0135
.0135
.0135
.0135

2.80

2.7929

2.80
2.81
2.81
2.81

2.7929
2.7952
2.7986
2.7985

.0016
.0016
.0016
.0016

2.81
2.81

.0016
.0016
.0016
.0016
.0016

.0027

Saturday

8
9
10
11
12
13
14

.0027
.0027

.2520

.2520%

.0027

.0027
.0027
.0027
.0027

.0016

Sunday
.2517

.2518%
.2519

.2517
.2518
.2519
.2518

18

March
March
March
March
March
March
March

Uapaa

Sunday

Saturday

15

March

Iraq
Dinar

17

.0135

.1760

.2519%

.2519%

.2094
.2095

.1765
.1765

.2519%

.2094

.1765
.1765

.2095
.2094

.0135
.0135

2.81
2.81
2.81

2.7993
2.7984
2.7994
2.7990
2.7990

.0135
.0135
.0135
.0135
.0135

2.81
2.81
2.81
2.81
2.81

2.7988
2.7980
2.7980
2.7980
2.7975

.0016
.0016
.0016

.0027
.0027
.0027

.0016
.0016

.0027
.0027

2.81
2.81

2.7983
2.7992

2.81
2.81
2.81

2.7985
2.7970
2.7971

.0016
.0016
.0016
.0016
.0016

.0027
.0027
.0027
.0027
.0027

.0135

.

.0135

18
19

.2517
.2517
.2518
.2518

.2517%
.2518%
.2519%

.1765
.1750
.1765
.1765

.2518

.2519

.1765

.2094
.2094
.2095
.2095
.2094

.2519%

.1765
.1765
.1765
.1765
.1765

.2095

.0135

.2095
.2094
.2094
.2094

.0135
.0135
.0135
.0135

.0027
.0027
.0027

Saturday

20

.0027

Sunday

March

21_
22
23
24

March
March

25
26

Saturday
Sunday

March
Match
March
March
March

27
28
29
30
31

.2518
.2518
.2518
.2518
.2519

.2519

.2520

.2520
.2520

.2519%

Lebanon

March
March
March
March
March

Guilder

Pound

Krone

.3275
.3276

.0800
.0800
.0800

.2633

2.7689

.1396

.2633
.2632

2.7682
2.7681

.1396
.1396

2.7652

.3273

.3225

.3268
.3269
.3268
.3272
.3272

.0800
.0800
.0800
.0800

.3225
.3225
.3225

.3274
.3273
.3274

.0800

.3225
.3225
Saturday
Sunday
.3225

{Norway

Pakistan
Rupee
.2101%
.2101%
.2101%

.3225
.3225
.3225

.3268
.3268
.3268

.3225

2.7653
2.7675
2.7708

.1395
.1396
.1396
.1398

Peru

Philippine Is.

Sol

Peso

.0375
.0375

.40%
.37
.37

.0375

.2099%
.2099
.2102

2.7707

.1398

.2103%

.0800

.2775
.2779
.2778

2.7715
2.7707
2.7717

.1399
.1398
.1398

.2104
32104

.0800
.0800

.2780
.2781

2.7713
2.7712

.1398
.1398

.0800
.0800

.2780
.2779

.0800
.0800

.2782
.2781

2.7711
2.7702
2.7703
2.7702

.3271

.0800

.2782

.3267
.3265
.3262
.3260

.0800
.0800
.0800
.0800

.3262

.3225

.0800

16
17

March

18_
19

20—

March

21
22
23

March
March

24.25—

March
March
March
March
March

26—
27—
28—
29
30

March

31

.3225

3
4
5
6

March

*7

March

8

March

9
10
11

March
March

March
March
March
March

March
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
March

.2103%

.0375
.0375

—

.37
.37
.37
.37

.

.0800

32103%

.0375
.0375
.0375

.37

.2103%

.0375
.0375

.37
.37

.1398
.1399

.2103
32102%

.0375
.0375

.37
.37

.1399
.1399

.2103%
.2103

.0375
.0375

-37
.37

2.7698

.1399

32102%

.0375

.37

.2782
.2780
.2782
.2782

2.7706
2.7715
2.7707
2.7693

.1399
.1400
.1399
.1399

32103%
32103
32103
.2103

.0375
.0375
.0375
.0375

.37
.37
.37
.37

.2783

2.7694

.1399

.2102%

.0375

.37

32104

.37
.37

1.3930
1.3927
1.3926

{Spain (Peseta)
—
JCommercial
Non-commercial
—

{Sweden

{Switzerland

Turkey

Uruguay

Krone

Franc

Lira

Peso (Free)

.1934
.1934
.1934

.2309

.0700

.2308

.0700

.2308

.0700

.0915
.0915
.0915

Venezuela
Bolivar

.0166
.0166

.0168

.0166

.0168

.0166
.0166

.0168
.0168

.1935

.2319

.0700

.0915

.1936

.2317

.0700

.0915

.3003

.0166

.0168

.1935

.2317

.0700

.0915
.0915
.0915

.3003
.3003

.0168
.

.3003
.3003
_

-3003

Saturday
Sunday
.0348
—

12
13
14

15
16
17
18
19
20

21—
22
23
24
25
26

Rand

.0347
.0347
.0348

1
2

March

{So. Africa

Escudo

March

JJ375

Saturday
Sunday

{Portugal

March
March

337

*

.3225
.3225
.3225
.3225

—

March

.0800

.0375
.0375

Saturday
Sunday

15

March

• •

.2746
.2767
.2770
.2784

.3269

.3225
10.
1

March

New

{New Zealand

{Netherlands

.3274
.3273

.3225
.3225

March

March
March
March
March

Peso

Saturday
Sunday

March
March
March
March

{Mexico

Malayan Dollar

.3225
.3225
.3225

March
March
March
March
March
March

{Malaysia

Pound

1.3912

.0348
.0348
.0348

1.3912
1.3923
1.3940

.0166

.0168

.1933

.2317

.0700

.0348

1.3940

.0166

.0168

.1934

.2317

.0700

1.3944
1.3940
1.3944
1.3942

.0166

.0168

.0700

.0168
.0168
.0168

.1934
.1933
.1934

.2312

.0166
.0166

.2311
.2311

.0700
.0700

.1935
.1935

.2317
.2316

.0700
.0700

.0168
.0168
.0168
.0168
.0168

.1936
.1936

.2311

.0700
.0700

.0168
.0168
.0168
.0168
.0168

.3003

•

.3003

Saturday

Sunday
.0349
.0349
.0348

.0348
.0349

1.3942

.0166
.0166

1.3942
1.3937

.0166
.0166

1.3938
.1.3937
1.3935

.0166
.0166
.0166

.0168

-

.0915
.0915
.0915
.0915
.0915

.3003
.3003
.3003
.3003
.3003

.0915
.0915
.0915

.3003
.3003

Saturday
Sunday
.0351
.0350
.0350
.0350
.0349

Saturday
Sunday

.1936
.1936

.2314
.2315
.2313
.2313

.0725
.0725
.0725

.1935
.1935

.2313
.2314

.0725
.0725

.1935
.1934
.1935

.2315
.2316
.2317

.1936

.0915
.0915

.3003
.3003
.3003

.0915
.0915
.0915
.0915
.0915

.3003
.3003
.3003
.3003
.3003

-

27
28
29

.0349
.0349

1.3939
1.3944

.0166
.0166

..0349

30
31

.0349
.0349

1.3940
1.3933
1.3933

.0166
.0166
.0166

•

.0725
.0725
.0725

{Foreign Exchanges rates certified by the Federal Reserve Bank of the Treasury under tariff act of 1930. These are the noon buying rates in the
York market for cable transfers, payable in the foreign currencies as shown.
Value in United States dollars. Nominal rate.
SOfficial rate.

••Value

temporarily omitted.




New York Stock Exchange—Bonds
Monthly and Yearly Record
RANGE OF STOCK PRICES FOR MARCH
Bond Sales—

1961

March

I960

$118,034*886 $65,715,223

Jan.

Bond Sales—
1 to March 31.

1961

'

1960

$299,946,967 $190,180,939

The tables on pages 4 to 29 furnish a complete record of the transactions on the New York Stock
Exchange during
March and the range for year since Jan. 1.
They need no extended introduction, as they are self-explanatory. The tables

embrace every security dealt in on the Exchange. We
give bonds first, using the classification adopted in the official
list. The italic letters in the column headed "Interest Period" indicate in each case the month when the bonds mature.
the rule

Quo^^ons f°r interest-paying bonds
are income
bonds and bonds

are at a price to which accrued interest must be added. The exceptions to
which interest is in default. This method of quoting bonds became effective

on

January 2, 1909. Quotations after decimal point represent
Sales for
March
Tains

New York
Stock Exchange

BONDS

9

C 8 GOVT BONDS

one or more

Prlee Jan. 3
March 1

Opening

Opening

or
Ask

Bid

a

point.

-PRICES IN MARCH-

1961

Interest
Period

32nds of

Bid

March 30

or

Ask

Closing or
Bid

Ask

103.30
101.30
102.6
101
100.18
101.6

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices

Highest
Sale
Prices

Prices

104.6
102.6
102.14
101.4
100.26

95.18
93.20

Lowest
Sale

95.26
93.28
93.20
91.28
91.20
99.14

Treasury bonds—
4%s

May 15 1985
Oct 1969

4s
4s

3%s
3%s
3%s
3%s
3%s
3'/as

3%s

Feb

1980

15

May 15 1968

May 15 1985
Feb

15 1964

Aug 15 1966
15 1995
-Sept 15 1961

3s

Feb

2%s
2%s Dec 15 1960-1965
-Feb 15 1965
2%s
15 1961
2Ms
2 Ms June 15 1962-1967

2% a
Aug 15 1963
2 V&S Dec 15 1963-1968
2Vis June 15 1964-1969
2 His Dec
2 Ms Mar

15
15
2Ms Mar 15
2 Ms June 15

93

M-N
J-D
M-N

104.22 104.30
102.24 103
102.16 102.24
101.2
101.8
101.2
101.10
101.4
101.8
95.24
96

93.8
92.10

94.2
93.24

F-A
F-A
F-A

M-S
J-D
F-A

M-N
J-D
F-A

J-D
J-D

90.12
90.6
89.6

J-D
M-S
J-D
J-D
J-D

88.4
88.4

88.12

International Bank for
Reconstruction & Devel
5s
Feb 151985
4Ma
Nov 11980
4%s
1961
4 Ms
Dec
1 1973
4Mb
Jan
11977
4Mb
May 11978
4 Ms
Jan 15 1979
3 Ms
May 15 1968
3 Ms
Oct 1 1902

Jan 11969
Oct 151971
15 1975

11981

Uly 15 1973
Mar 11976
Serial bonds of 1950—
2s of 1950 dns 1962

99.9

89
99.2

98.31

98.20

F-A
M-N

103.24 104.24
101.16 102.16

J-D

101
101.16
100.16 101.16
101.8
100.8

J-J
M-N

96
95.16
96.24

J-J
Jf-N

A-O
J-J
A-O
M-N
A-O
J-J
M-S

F-A

89
88.28

88.12
88.12

88.4
99.7
98.29

92.24

92.8
92.16
98.28
99
98
98.6
88.24
89
99.30 100
100.16 100.19
96.26
96.30
99.23
99.25
94.12
94.20
98.8
98.12
92.2
92.10
91.12
91.20
90.30
91.6
90.28
91.4
89.28
90.4

90.20
90.14
89.14

1967-1972

94.10
94

92.16

92.2
91.18
91.26
91.16
91.24
99.18
99.14
97.30
98.4
87.16
87.24
100.3
100.4
100.10 100.13
97.2
97.6
99.26 99.28
94.14
94.22
98.16
98.20
91.22
91.30
90.30
90.22

J-D
M-3
M-S

2Mb Dec 15 1967-1972
2 Ms June 15 1959-1962
2 Ms Dec 15 1959-1962

3 Ms

F-A

1964-1969
1965-1970
1966-1971

2Ms Sept 15 1967-1972

3%s

104.2
102.24
102.12
101.8
100.30 101.10
101.8
101.12
95.12
95.20

M-N
M-N
M-N

—

3s
3s

r

103.26
102.16
102.4
101.4

M-N

Nor 15 1974
May 15 1966
Nov 15 1980
Feb 15 1990
Nov 15 1998
June 15 1978-1983

—

3V*t

2.000

M-S
A-O
F-A

100
94

89.8
89.4
89.8
99.4
98.22

99.26

99.28

94
98.21
91.18

94.8
98.23
91.26
91.4
90.26

90.28
90.18
89.30
89.2

90.6

89.10

88
87.30

88.8
88.6

88
99.5

88.8

97
96.16
97.24

Mar

89

Mar

8

8

89

Mar

8

89

92% Mar 24

94

Mar

6

92% Mar 24

102% Mar 20

105

Mar

7

99% Jan 25

105

Mar

Feb~16

104

Feb~16

89

Mar

8

99.7
98.28

98.26

105.16 106.16
104.16 105.16
100.12 100.20
102.24 103.24
103
104

105.16
101.8
102.16

103

100
99
100
97.24
98.24

97.8
95.24

83.16
87
83.16

85.16

89
85.16

98

-

97.28
98.2
87.24
88
100
100.2
100.19 100.22
96.28
97

105.24 106.24

99.8
96.24
95.16
93
87
90
86.16

M

98.8

99.8

94
92

90

93.12
91.20
91.12
99.10

104.16
100.24
101.16
102
99

100.16
95

93

101.10

84.16
88

94.16
91
85

99.8
99.8
98

100.8
100.8
99

100.4
97
95.16
91
85

100.20
98 '
96.16
93
87
91

90
86.16

87.16

98.8

99.8

new york crrr
Transit Unification—

95,000

3%

corporate stock

1980

J-D

92H

Sale

94

92%
Sale

103

94A

93A

Sale

till Feb 20

FOREIGN GOVERNMENT
AND FOREIGN
CORPORATE ISSUES

"

1X9,000

107,000

Agrlool Mtge Bk (Colombia)
•AGtd sinking fond 6a_1947
•AOtd sinking fund 6s_1948
Akershus (Norway) 4a
1968
Amsterdam (City of) SMs-1973
•AAntioqula (Col) 7a A 1945
•AExternal a f 7a aer B-194S
•AExternal s f 7s aerC-1945
•AExternal a f 7a ser D-1945
A 7s 1st series
1957
A7s 2nd series
1957
A7s 3rd series
1957
3s s f $ bonds
,1978
Australia; (Commonwealth of)

45,000
132,000

20-year 3 Ms
20-year 3Ms_
15-year 3%s_

54,000
43.000

15-year 3%s_
15-year 4Ms.

78,000
115,000

15-year 4%s_
15-year 5s
20-year 5s_
20-year 5Ms_

104,000

165.000
164,000
278,000

243,000

283,000
4,000

1967
.1966
.1962
-1969
-1971
.1973
.1972

_

J-D
J-D
F-A
J-D
J-D
M-N

M-S

100M
98 M
96M
96M
96 M
96 M
96 M
96 M

—

_

_

—

—

_

__

51%

53 M

90%
91%

92
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

98%
91

93%
95%

Sale
Sale
Sale
101% 102%
97% Sale
97% Sale
98
97

.1978
.1979

M-N
M-S

1980
1960

A-O
A-O

1973

J-D

96

Sale

1980
State)—
1945

J-J

83%

__

20-year 5%s.
Apr
20-year 5 Mb.
Oct
Austria (Rep)—
5 Ms external • f 5
Austrian Government—
4Ms assented due
—

•ABavaria (Free
External 6Ms

F-A
A-O
M-S
M-S
J-J
J-J
J -J
A-O
A-O
A-O
A-O
J-J

4Mb debt adj series 8

1968

F-A
F-A

—

96y8
96 %
96%
96%
96%
96%

91M
Sale
__

__

—

__

__

__

96%
49%

51

92%
93%

Sale

99%
94%
94

__

Sale
Sale
97
95

95%

Sale
102
Sale
Sale
98% Sale

101
97
103

98%

Sale

96%

Sale

—

_

100

91 %

102%
96%
96%
96%
96%
96%
96%
96%
47%

90%
91%
99%
92
94
94

100

Sale
__

104

__

__

__

__

__

__

Sale

45% Mar 27

49% Mar

92%
92%

90% Mar 28
91% Mar 27
99% Mar 27

93

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

97%
iooy4 102
97% 98%
96% 97%

109,000

93,000
88,000

5 Ma external loan
1973
Belgium (King of) extl 4s_1964
5Ms external loan.—1972
A Berlin (City of) 6s
1958
*A6Ms external loan
1950
4Mb debt adj ser A
1970
4Mb debt adj ser B
1978

For footnotes, see page




16.

A-O
J-D
M-S

41

Sale

99%

99%

42
100

Sale

100%

103

44

Sale
__

Mar 21

Mar 30

Mar 7
93% Mar 30
Mar 28
100
95% Mar 28
100 Va Mar 28
96% Mar 28
96% Mar 28
94

90 % Mar 28

93

91% Jan
98% Jan

3
3

93% Mar 14
99% Feb 14

91

3

95% Mar 13
95% Feb 14

Jan

A-O

71
66%

78
—

93
88

Sale
Sale

94 y2 Jan 26

100

Mar 30

83% Jan 16

89

95% Jan 24

103% Mar 27

Feb 14
99% Jan
4
101% Mar 16

100% Feb
9
3.04% Jan 10

1
1

17

93

Mar

79% Jan 20

88

Mar

88

Sale

88

Mar 30

88

Mar

_

89
85

Mar 21

7

100

40
Mar 30
99% Mar 20
101 y2 Mar 16

48
Mar 20
100 y« Mar 10

37

J-D
A-O

A-O

9

92% Jan 24
93%. Mar 30
98
Jan
3
94% Jan 26
100% Mar 28
96 V* Feb
3
96% Feb
2

96% Mar 1

Sale
99% 100
103% 105

53% Jan

95% Mar 13
95
Mar 8
96
Mar 3
102% Mar 16
97% Mar 6
103 Va Mar 8
99% Mar 7
99% Mar 6

Sale

40

45% Mar 27

95 y2 Jan 24

92

Belgian Congo—
54,000
9,000

2

93% Mar 14
99% Mar 1

98%

_

7

93
88

Mar

1

Mar

1

93
88

Mar
Mar

81

Jan

96

Feb 16

102% Mar 16
97"% Mar 6
103% Mar 8
99 y4 Mar

99% Mar

48

Mar

7
6

7

Feb 20

Mar 20

i
1

BONDS

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

April, 1961
■alee for
March
Value

New York
Stock Exchange

$

BONDS

Price Jan. 8,
1961
Interest Opening or
Period
Bid
Ask

•ABerlin City Elec 6s
•A6%s s f debentures

1965

1961
A6%s a t debentures
1959
Berlin Power & Light Oo—

A-O
J-D
F-A"

Opening or
Bid

■

4%a deb series A
1979
4%s deb series B
1979
*
A Brazil (U S of) extl Ss.1941

ww

Salt.
Prices

"
WW

— — WW WW

WW

—www

—

i.

—

'

WW

T..

—

—

■

..

„

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Pri«
Prices

Highs**

ww

—w

ww

■

192

Feb

192% Feb

—

1
3

,

adjustment

Debt

-PRICES IN MARCHMarch 30
Lowest
Sale
Closing or
Bid
Prices

March 1

71

J-J
J-J
J-D

132

j-D
A-O

94
117

A-O
A-O

85
117

A-O

85

ww

—

73

67%

—

WW

—

—

132

—

—Www

80% Feb 16

3

9

wwwwww

.. JM

—p_

•

Jan

95% Jan

71

...

80%
74 VB
132

78

66%

—

Stamped pursuant to
Plan

11,000

A

(interest re¬

1979

duced to 3.5%)
A Extl s f 6 Vis 1926

1957

96

Sale

117

—

96

—

96%

100

117

—

—

Mar

96% Mar 30

7

—

Stamped pursuant to Plan
(Interest

A

30,000

reduced

A

Extl

s

to

1979

3.375%)

1967

f 6%s 1927

117

Sale

83
117

83%

Sale
—

—

Mar 27

83

—

83

2

83% Mar

—

Mar 27

—

—

Stamped pursuant to Plan
A

24,000

(interest

to

reduced

1979

3.375%)

83%

——

83

ww

*

Ry 30-year 7s
1959
Stamped pursuant to Flan

•ACent

A

2,000

Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Serles
Serles

7,000

11,000

12,000

Series

Series
Serles
Series
Series
Series
Serles

1,000

5^000
1,000

Series
Series

Serles

Serles
Series

2,000

Serles
Serles
Series
Series
Caldas

2,000

1,000

No
No

3.
4_

5_
8.
No
No 11No 12No 13.
No 14No 15No 16No 17No 18No 19.
No 20.
No 21.
No 22No 23No 24No 25.
No 26No 27No
No 29
No 30—

J-D
J-D

ww.'
ww -

99
'

WW

.

.

96%
98%
96%

'

-

"

96
94
97
96

——

98%

-

96

94

98%

WW

96

WW

J-D
J-D
J-D
J-J
M-S
M-S

96

1978

f 7s_1942
1942

1960
.-—I960

1961

-

58-1951

Cuba (Rep of) 4%s extl_1977
Cundlnamarca 3s
1979
Czechoslovakia (State)—

AStamped assented (interest
reduced to 6%) ext to 1960
Denmark (Kingdom of)—
5 Vis extl loan
1974
El Salvador
(Republic of)—
3Vis extl s f 8 bds Jan 1 1978
3s extl s f $ bnds_Jan 11976
Energy Supply Schwaben—
5Vis debt adjustment—1973
Estonia (Republic) 7s—1967
AFrankfort on Main 6Vis-'B3
Extl loan 4yss
May 1 1973
German (Federal Rep of)—
A
•

External loan of 1924—
5Vis dollar bonds
1969
3s dollar bonds
—1972
10-year bonds of 1936- 3s cr <Ss fd issu '53 due '63

J-J

M-N
Feb
A- O
A-O
F-A
F-A
J-J
J-J
M -S
M-S
MS
MS
M-S
M-S
J-D

J-D
J-D
J-D
A-O
A-O
M-S
M-S
M-S
M-S
J-D
M-S
M-S

51

84%

84%

83%

Sale

_

„

96

A-O
J-J
A-O
Af-N
A-O

51%
90
45
90
45

90

44%

—

45

90

WW

WW

WW

90

■

45

WW

WW

Sale

43%
90
45
45
90
45

44 %

WW

44%

•

90

WW

WW

•

WW ■

WW

•

4s dollar bonds
.—1972
International loan of 1930—
5s dollar bonds
1980
3s dollar bonds
1972

footnotes, see page 16.




44%
91%
44%

3

90
44%
3%

97

86%

'

WW

Sale

'

—

44%
44%

-

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WW

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—

5%
—

.

_

1

46

84%

84%

Mar 27

48

45% Mar 23

Mar 2
Mar 20

84

83% Mar 27
Mar 27
84

49

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49
85

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49

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75%
90
65

—

—

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97

72%

Sale

66

66%

Mar
.

WW

46

WW

45 Vi Mar 23
91 Vi Feb 14

WW

91 Vi Jan
45
Mar

6
8

91% Mar

7

91 Vi Jan 1

3

91% Mar

3

91 Vi Mar 3
44% Feb 15
91 Vi Peb 16

91% Jan

6

46% Jan 25
91% Jan 11

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■

-

92% Jan 16
44% Feb 15
91% Feb 16
45% Jan 26
91% Mar 13

43 Vi Jan
4
91% Mar 24

46
Mar 23
91% Mar 24

45% Jan 25
91% Feb 14

—

91% Mar 13

45% Jan 25

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45

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45
3

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—.

86
—

71

70

68%

66%

70%

67% Mar

45
3

Jan

Jan 17

87

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—

—

—

11

—

—

70

Mar 15
Jan 11

87

.

—

49%

53

48

Sale
Sale

A-O

31

Sale

100

Sale

102%

J-J
J-j

75

Sale

74

95%

_

_

—

10

_

Mar 28

Jan" 10

4

73

Mar

102% Jan 26

106

70

Mar 17

73

■

Mar""i
Mar""9

65

Jan

105% Mar

1

20

F-A

103

7

75%

72%

Mar~17

90

Sale

50%

46%

41% Mar

33% Jan

3
45% Mar 23

49% Mar 30
48% Mar 2

7

45% Mar 23

~9

Feb 23

49% Mar 30
53% Jan
9

31

J8n

3

31

101

86%

Sale
79%

74

_

_

100% Mar 20

ii

nun

103% Mar

Jan

3

75

Jan

3

9

90% Jan

9

Feb

8

88

Feb

8

103% Mar

6

11
86

—

88

99% Mar 20
81% Mar 9

96 %

96%

Sale

94%

—

93% Mar 27

96% Mar

88%

90

88%

90

85

90

85% Mar 29

85% Mar 29

100%
83%

Sale

87

99% Mar 23
83% Mar 29

100

99%
83%

—

99% Mar 20
80% Jan
3

Mar 17
83% Mar 8

102

81%

_

3

_

Sale
86

85

Jan

,

86

102% 107

100

"

■

81%

101% 103

3

73

6

Jan

90% Jan

Sale

79%

Sale

Jan 12
91% Feb 14
S3

_

7

91*4 Mar 13

'

43%

J-D
J-D

84% Feb 17

8

n|

Sale

A-O

Jan
9
Mar 20

5

Mar

WW

37
51

94%

Jan 10

85

45

■

;

J-D
J-J

J-J

•3

Jan 23
Jan 12

3

8

WW

WW

Sale

Sale
Sale

Mar 21

91% Mar

WW

103%

100%
80%

96
97
97

m

Sale

A-O
A-O

MViJan 30

—

105%

M-S
M-S

Mar 21
Mar 1
Jan 11
Feb 14

Jan 23
Jan 12
Jan 10

91% Mar

WW

Sale

10

99
97
97
96

.

Mar

45

WW

103

—

Jan 19
Mar 21

.

81% Jan
81
Jan

2

WW

J-D

J-J
J-J

98
97

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WW

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44%

44%
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90

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96
97
97

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90

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96

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Feb 14

98% Jan 30

98% Mar 21

-

90

-

97

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99
97

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Mar 21
Mar 1

99
97

88% Mar 21

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90

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Mar 1

99

—

44%

'

,

90

WW

-

WW

90
44%
90
44%
44%

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45

WW

44%

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Mar 21

-

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90

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97
97

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97

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97

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'

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44%

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44%
90

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45
90

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44%
90

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44%

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45

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44%

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90

_

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90

WW

98
Jan~10
97% Jan 27
96
Feb
8

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wwwwww

.

.

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46%

WW

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For

50%

10

98
Jan 10
97% Jan 27
96
Feb
8

WW

WW

99

46%
83%
83

90

ww

97

21

m

WW

WW

—

96

84%

25
30
26
1

96% Jan 16

96%

„

48

Sale
Sale

51%
81%
8i y.

„

ww

98% Jan
98
Jan
96% Jan
98% Feb
98% Mar

97

__

96
95
96

-

,

98% Mar 1
98% Mar 1
98% Mar 21

98% Mar 1
98% Mar 1
98% Mar 21

■

98%

Sale

99%

90
45
90

,

97% Jan
3
98
Jan 30
98% Jan
6
98
Jan 16
98% Mar 21

1

4

96% Jan 16

98%

,

98% Mar

2

84% Jan

Mar 27

WW

95

.

82

WW

98%

-

'

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___

98%
|

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WW

99 Vi
99%

.

82

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97
96

95
96
97
96
49

m

99%

99

97
96
95

__

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98

ww

96

95
96

98

.

WW

94
97
96

n

98%

J-D

1961
ARy ref extl s f 6s Jan 1961
AOs assented
Jan 1961
A Extl S f 6s
Sep 1961
A6s assented
Sep 1961
A Extl sinking fund 6s
1962
A6s assented
-1962
A Extl sinking fund 6s—1963
A 6s assented
——1963
Extl s f 8 bonds 3s——1993
AChlle (Mtge Bank) 6%s-1957
A6Vis assented——1997
A6%s assented
1961
A Guar sinking fund 6S-1961
A 6s assented
1961
AGuar sinking fund 6S-1962
A 6s assented
1962
A Chilean Munlc Loan 7s_1960
A 7s assented
—1990

40,000
4,000

98%

99
97

~

96
96

98%

J-D

—1978
—1974

i..

96
94
97
96
98
99

.

'

—

96%
98%
96%

95% Jan 20

4

95

98% Mar

96
96

■■in''1"

■

94% Jan

Mar 17

Mar 17

-

98

96

99

96

83

98%

__

—

95

—

98%

Sale

96

wW

98%
96%

Sale

96

•'

—w

97 y4

....

83% Jan 30

8

'

—

—

97%

J-D

A Extl s f gold 6s—Feb
A 6s assented
Feb

6,000

Sale

•()—

•AChlle (Rep) ext s
•A7s assented
A Extl s f gold 6s
A6s assented-

40,000

98%
97 >/4
98%
98%
98

Sale

■

—

82

J-D

.1975

Cauca Valley (Dept
3s s f 8 bonds

522,000
17,000

84%

83% Mar

8

■

95

—

82

—

J-D

Credit Froncier De Prance—
5 Vis gtd extl loan
1979

187,000

96
96
96

95

—

J-D

•ACologne (City of) 6Vis. 1950
4Vis debt adjustment
1970
a Colombia
(Rep ol)—
A 6s of 1928
Oct 1961
A 6s of 1927
Jan 1961
3s extl s f 9 bonds
1070
IA Costa Rica (Rep of) 7S-1951
3s ref 9 bonds '53 due
1972

16,000

97%
97 %
97%
97%
97

J-D

AChlnese Hukuang Ry

129.000

83

J-D
J-D

—

305,000
2,000

A-O

J-D
J-D
J-D
J-D
J-D
J-D

(Dept of) 3s.

132

132

—

93%

J-D
J-D
J-D

25-year 2%s.

1,000

£000

No

1
2

Canada (Dom) 2%s_

10,000
15,000

No

No

J-D

J-D
J-D
J-D

A
(interast reduced to
3.376%)
1979
3%a external dollar bonds
of 1944 (Plan B)

7,000

132

to

1979
5% funding 1931 due 1961
Stamped pursuant to Plan
3.5%)

4,000

43,000
50,000

reduced

(interest

J-D

83% Mar

—

102% Mar
85

Mar

1

3
8

9

102% Feb 28
83% Mar 8

93% Mar 27

96% Mar

85% Mar 29

89

99% Mar 23
83% Mar 29

Jan

1
6

10Q% Feb 17
86% Jan
9

*

6

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
New York

Price Jan. 8,

Stock Exchange
BONDS

vaiBe
,

1961

March 1

Interest Opening er
Period
Bid
Ask

Opening er
Bid

Ask

—

BONDS

PRICES IN MARCHMarch 30
Lowest

Closing er
Bid
Ask

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Highest

Sale

Lewest
Stale
Prices

Sale
Priees

Prices

Highest
Sale

Greek Government—

57,000
242,000

A 7s part paid
A 6s part paid
•

a Hamburg

1964
1968
(State of) 6s_1946

liConv & funding 4%s_1966

2,000

*AHarpen Mining Corp 6s_'49
4 Vis debt adjustment
1970
Heidelberg (City) 7Via
1950
High Author of the European
Coal & Steel Community
5 Vis secured (7th ser).1975
5s sec (11th series)
1978
5Vis (13th series)
1980
Italian (Rep) 3s
—1977

146,000
231,000
191,000

120,000

M-JV
F-A
A-O
A-O
J-J
J-J ~

30%
29 Va

33
Sale

33 Vi
29%

31

28%

97

98

95

Z

94 Vi

31

33

31

33% Mar

2

30%

28% Mar 28

31

Mar

6

30
28

Jan
4
Feb 24

32% Jan 30

94% Mar 20

95

Mar

9

93

Feb 23

95

105
99

Mar
Mar
101 Vi Mar

8
3
2

99% Jan 27

105

94% Jan 12
96% Jan 10

99

77% Mar 15

74% Jan 25

—

Mar 28

35

Jan 30

Mar

9

J-J

A-O
J-J
A-O
J-J

100 Va
95
97 Vi

Sale
Sale
Sale

76%

—

.Italian Credit Consortium

103 Vi

Sale
98% Sale
100% 101
76
77 Vi

101 Vi
96
99 Vi

Sale

77%

Sale

100 Va Mar 29
95% Mar 24
98% Mar 27
76
Mar 3

Sale
Sale

Mar 8
Feb 27

100% Feb 23
77% Mar

for Public Works—

55,000

30-year ext s f 3s
1977
*A7s series B———1947
Italian Pub Utll Credit Inst—

100,000

76

Sale

75%

Sale

74%

Sale

73% Mar 27

75y« Mar 16

73% Mar 27

76

Jan

3

30-year gtd ext s t 3s—1977

J-J

76 Vi

Sale

75

*A7s series B-———1912
§ A Italy (Kingdom of) 7s_198l

—

J-J
MS

Sale

74 Va

Sale

73% Mar 27

76

Mar

7

J-J

73% Mar 27

76% Jan

3

88%

90

91

89

94% Mar

94%

89
93

7

94%

94%
93%

94% Mar

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

91

101%

Sale

102 Va

225
101

J-D

Jamaica

(Government of)—
5%s external loan
1974
Japan 5 Vis extl loan—
1974
Japanese (Imperial Govt)—

150,000
254,000
1,000
114,000

ASVis extl loan of '24—1954

6Vis due 1954 ext to
1964
A5Vis extl loan of '30-1968
5 Vis due 1965 ext to—1978
*§ a Jugoslavia 7s——1997

11,000

M-S
J-J
F-A
F-A
Af-N
Af-N
A-o

TKreuger & Toll class A—
a 5s uniform ctfs of dep-1959
a Medellin (Colombia) 6Vis 1964
3s s f 3 bonds
——1978

MS
J-D

•aMilan

,

L00%

Sale

—

__

Sale

97%

Sale

—

1

1%

A-O

(City of) 6Vis—1952
(Brazil)—
ASec extl s f 6Vis
1988
Stamped pursuant to Plan

J-J

..

94
18

——

Sale
—

—

.

..

1

8
Mar 29

97% Mar
19

225
103

Mar 22
Mar

8

Mar 22

Mar 24
4

90% Jan
225

Mar

100% Jan

95

7
Mar 22

8

225

Mar

5

103

Mar 22

8

1

93% Mar

6

Mar"~6

92

Jan 17

98%

18

23

Jan

3

20% Jan

2

1

Jan

5

1% Feb

1

Jan

9

iy8

1%
,

Mar

95

TP,

Sale

1%
„

51%

101

Mar 24
Mar 6

1%

iy8 Mar 14
453/4 Mar 23

47 Vi

Mar"21

45%

50

Mar 13

50

Mar 13

48% Jan 16

48% Jan 16

Sale

48

Mar 10

48

Mar 10

48

50

Sale

102

Mar 14

102% Mar 21

100% Jan 10
99% Jan 23

iy4 Mar

8

„.

|

48

51

46%

50^

—

—

—

—

—

—

Mar"23

—

—

54

Minas Geraes

(interest

A

1,000

reduced

2.125%)

—

M-S

48

—

to

2008
1989

ASec extl s f 6Vis

MS

..

M-S

""""

48%

_

48%

——

—

—

48

50

48

—

Stamped pursuant to Plan
A

2,000

(Interest reduced

2.125%)

80,000

New Zealand (Govt) 5 Vis. 1970

Norway
5,000
6,000

21,000
98.000
2,000

to

2008

^

5Vis

f extl lean

1979
Municipal bank extl 5s_1970
•

s

A Nuremberg

(City of) 6s_'53

Oriental Development Co I»td
*A6s extl loan (3.0-yr).19S3

63,000
3,000
50,000
150,000

48

50

J-D

L00% 101%

A-O
A-O
F-A
A-O
J-D

99% looy*
99% 99%
99% Sale
97% Sale
97% 99

(Kingdom of)—

External s f 4V«s old
1965
4 Vis s f extl new—.1968
4s s f external loan.—.1963

(

M-S

6s due 1953 ext to
1963
a5Vis extl loan (30-yr) .1958
5 Vis due 1958 ext to
1968

102%

Sale

99% 100 Vi

102%
100
100

99% 99%
100% 101%
97% 99

99%

Sale

98%
97%

99%

99% Mar 8
99% Mar 14
99 y4 Mar 9
98% Mar 29

99

98

Mar 29

100% Mar 17
99 y2 Mar 14
100
Mar 2
102
Mar 8
98
Mar 29

99% 100

99%

99%

99

Mar 24

100

96% 100
Sale

99

99

100

99

Jan

Feb

10

14

99% Jan 12
97% Jan 3
97% Jan 12

Jan 24

102% Feb 23
100%
99%
100 yc
102
98

Mar 17
Mar 14

Jan 10
Mar 8
Jan 24

F-A
MS
M-S
MS
M-N

Oslo (City of) 5 Vis extl—1973
5%s s f extl loan
1975

J-D
J-D

'APernambuco (State) 7e_1947

M-S

96%

98

95%

96%

98

Sale
Sale

99%

1001/4

101% 101%

97 y8100

99%
99% 100%

96% Mar 2
99
Mar 16

99% Mar 17

Mar 13

96% Mar
100% Mar
102% Mar

2
1
2

96% Jan
6
195
Jan
5
95 Va Jan 20
96
Jan 24

99% Jan 26

Mar 13
Jan
5
96% Mar 2

100
195

100% Mar
102% Mar

1
2

_

Stamped pursuant to nan A
(Interest reduced

8,000
a

24,000

ANat'l loan ext
ANat'l loan ext

6,000
*

to

2.125%)
Peru (Rep) see s f 7s

A Poland

s

s

2008
1968

f 6s—1960
f 6s 1981

(Rep) gold 6s

1940

A 4 Vis

assented.
1958
*AStabilization loan 7a.l947

20,000
1,000 12,000

A4Vis assented

1968
1950
a4Vis assented—1963
Porto Alegre (City of)—
8s 1961 stamped pursuant to
* A External s f 8s

Plan A (Interest
to
2.375%)

7

2,000

M-S
M-S
J-D
A-O
A-O
A-O
A-O
A-O
J-J
J-J

56%
84%

56%
__

Sale

84
84
13
12

-,Mr

...

12%

13

..

83%
83%
83

•

13%
13%

59

56%
74

Sale
___

_

_

15

15

73%
73%
13 y8
12%

59

57

Mar 13

57% Mar 22

__

_

83% Mar 1
84% Mar 29

84% Mar 29
84% Mar 29

Mar 20
2
12% Mar 15

13% Mar
15% Mar

15

57

Jan

16

83% Jan 19
83% Jan 16
83% Jan 19
13
Jan 24
11% Jan 24

57% Jan 20
83% Jan 19
84% Mar 29
84% Mar 29
13
Jan 24
15
Feb 23

15

U%

12

11
11

15%
13

13%
13%
13%

Sale
15%

12%

13%

12

14

15%

15% Mar

Sale

12%

15

J-D

63%

Sale

63

—

63

—

J-J

53

60

53

57

51

57

88
88

90

87 y2

86%

87%

89%
89%

Af-N
A-O

72

Sale

68%

Sale

69%

A-O

78*

79

80

1

11

Jan 24

13% Feb
15% Mar

8

2
Mar 20

Mar 20

12% Jan 23
11% Jan 12

14

63% Jan

14

2

63% Feb 28

reduced

2001
Vis 1966 stamped pursuant
to
Plan A
(interest reduced to 2.28%)
2008

3

53

Mar

6

53

Mar

6

53

Feb 21

91

Mar 13

92

Mar 27

91

Mar 13

57

Jan

92

Mar 27

9

Rhine-Westphalia Elec Pwr—
7,000
1,000
97,000

47,000

Debt adjustment
5 Vis series A
4Vis series B

1978
1978
1978

4 Vis series O

Rhodesia & Nyasaland—
5 Vis external loan
—1972
*
a Rio de Janeiro
(City) 81.1948

JrJ
J-J

J-J

92

_

86% Feb 13

90% Jan
89% Mar

Mar 15

67% Mar

2

75

Jan 17

Mar 15
Mar 3

78% Mar 20

79
89

Jan 20
Mar 3

87% Mar 21
89 "Vi Mar 6

71%

67% Mar

2

71

79

78% Mar 20

79

89

__

87% Mar 21
89
Mar 3

Mar

3

89

55

Mar

1

55% Mar 22

_

86%

87% Mar 21

6

6

Stamped pursuant to Plan
A
(interest reduced to

4,000
5,000
36,000

2.378%)
—2001
'AExternal sec 6Vis—1983
Stamped pursuant to Plan
A
(interest reduced to
2%)
3012
Rio Grande du Sul (State of)
•
A 8s extl loan of 1921—1948

_

"78%

F-A

F-A

55%

Sale

55

Sale

55%

56

73

80

73

80

73

78

89

Mar

3

55

Jan 17

55% Mar 22

A-O

Stamped pursuant to Plan
A

(Interest

reduced

to

2.5%)

1998
a 6s extl s f gold
1968
Stamped pursuant to Plan
A (interest reduced to
2,000

°
A-O

Sale

70

641/4

70

62

70

62

70

80

76

78

76

96

92

94%

93 y4

94%

64%

70

64 Vi

J-D
A-O

62

70

76

—

»

74% Jan 17
Jan

4

Jan

4

95

63% Jan

3

69% Feb 15

77Vi

M-N

80

69%

65
80

Stamped pursuant to Plan
A
(interest reduced to
2.25%)
2004

2012

Sale

64
80

J-D
M-N

63%

7s extl loan of 1928—1966

2%)
a

73% Feb 16
95

J-D

_

__

64 y4 Mar 16

65

Mar 30

Jan 13

65

Jan 13

65

6

62

Feb

62% Mar

93Vt Mar 23

93

Jan 17

7s 1967

2,000

stamped pursuant to
Plan A (Interest reduced
to 2.25%
2004
•
a Rome
(City of) 6Vis_1952
Sao Paulo (City)—
*
a 8s extl secured s f
1982
Stamped pursuant to
Plan A (Interest re-

2.375%)—2001

M-N

1—1957

Stamped pursuant \o
Plan A (interest reduced to 2%)
2013

2,000

M-N

6 Vis extl secured s

For footnotes, see page 15.




6

62 y8 Mar

3

6

__

M-N

duced to
a

M-N

62 % Mar

93% Mar 23

93% Mar 23

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

April, 1961
Sales (or

New York

March
Value

Interest

BONDS

*

Stamped pursuant to
Plan A (interest reduced to 2.5*)
1999
»§A7s extl water loan—195«
Stamped pursuant to
Plan A (interest reduced to 2.25*)
2004
A 6s extl dollar loan
1968

1,000

Opening or

Period

Sao Paulo (State of)—
8s 1936 stamped pursu¬
ant to Plan A (interest reduced to 2.6%).1999
♦
A8s external
1950

1,000

March 1
Opening or
Bid
Ask

1961

Bid

J-J

Ask

95

J-J
M-S

95 y4

—

Jan 17

97

Jan 17

97

Mar 20

97

Mar 20

97
134

Jan 27
Jan 17

98
134

Jan 11
Jan 17

—

96

Mar 24

96

Mar 24

96

Jan 12

96

Jan 12

—

96

96

92

98

92 y2

98

92%

18%

19 y4
19 ¥4

19
19

20
20

19
19

M-N
M-N

Sale
Prices

Prices

92Vi Mar

93

Jan 23

—

—

J-J

Highest

97

96%

96%

—

96

Sale
Prices

■a—

mimm

M-S
J -J

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Sale

Highest

97

95

J-J

7

BONDS

PRICES IN MARCHMarch 30
Lowest
Sale
Closing or
Bid
Price*

Price Jan. 3,

Stock Exchange

—

Stamped pursuant to
Plan A (Interest reduced to 2*)
2013

8,000

Slovenes—
A 8s secured external
1963
a 7s series B sec extl
1963
Shinyetau Elec Power Co Ltd—
*A6%s 1st mtge a t
1953

8

92 y2 Mar 16

92 % Feb

14

Serbs Croats

5,000
3,000

6 Vis

47,000

4Vis external loan

224,000

5 Vis

extl loan Jan

_196&
1 1968

5Vis extl loan.

107,300

So

Dee 1 1968
Italy Development Fund

Gtd exter loan 5Vis

206,000

Taiwan Elec

Tokyo
a5

1971
1981

1971
*A5s sterling In of *12—1953

*42 coupon.
Tokyo Elec Light Co Ltd—
*A6s 1st mtge 8 ser
1953
A With Mar 1

6s 1953 extended to

67,000

99% Feb 13
14% Jan 26
12% Feb
6

11%

14%

11%

14%

J-D
J-D

90%

93%

90

94

86

Sale

85%

89% Mar 23
84
Mar 21

87% Mar

1

J-J

83%

85

87%
87

90
85

91

85

877/s

85

86%

84% Mar 21

87% Mar

8

89% Mar 23
Mar 21
84
Jan 4

M-N

97%

Sale

99%

Sale

96%

Sale

96% Mar 30

100% Mar

6

96% Jan 20

J-J
J-J

94

95%

90%

14

_

13

,14
Jan 26
10% Jan
4

95

Mar 15

84

n

94

.

96

_

1963

A-O
A-O
M-s

Mar 28

96

Mar 28

81,000
5,000

Participating ctfs 4y«s-1968
Uruguay (Republic) —
3%-4-4%% ($ bonds'37)
Extl readjustment
1979
Extl conversion
1979

1,000
30,000

3y«-4y8-41i* ext conv.1978
4-4%-4 Vis ext readjust.1978
3 Vis extl readjustment.1984

8,000

Valle Del Cauca—
See Cauca Valley (Dept of)
»i A Warsaw (City) extl 7B.1958

* § A4 Vis

7,000

M-s

—

98% -*3—
—

97

97

—

—

■—

97

„

6s

6,000

due

8

100% Mar

6

95% Jan 11

57%

98%

100%

F-A

71%

Sale

68%

71

M-N

83
83%

84

85 Ya
83 y2

1961

M-N
J-D
F-A

97% MarI5

200

97

Feb 21

100

Sale

99% Mar

3

213% Jan 27
98
Jan
6

Mar 28

2

88 Vi Mar 14
88% Mar 16
97
Mar 29
89
Mar 28

3

92% Mar

6

67% Mar 24

—-

—

88
89%

84%

88
89%

85
85
92

89%

88%

89

92

93

90

86% Mar
92% Mar

12%

14 Vi
12%

12%

91%

87%

89%

J- J

6
10 y4

of '26

1961

ext to

1971

J-D

98%

99%

M-N
J-J
M-S
J-J

88

91 y4

12%

13
Sale

J-D

14%
10%

11%
100

96%

—

Feb 17
Jan 31

—

100%

Sale

Mar~22

85%

93

F-A
F-A

6s

98% Jan 31

Feb 17

—

'—

—

J-D
J-D

1958

assented

a Yokohama

Jan 17
Jan 18

87% Mar

200

100% Mar

.

Mar
Mar
Mar

7
3
3

11% Mar 10
97

—

Mar~27

92

Mar

70

3

12% Mar 30
100

~Mar~6

213% Jan 27

1"00% Mar

3

67% Jan 27

73% Jan

5

83 ye Jan
4
83% Jan 31
92
Jan
4
85% Jan
6
92 Vi Mar 3

88 y2 Mar 14
88% Mar 16
97
Mar 30
Mar 28
89
Feb 24
93

United Steel Works Corp—

20,000

92
88

e

Vis extl loan of '27—1961

•

19% Jan 20
19% Jan 18

99%

__

(City of) —

5 Vis due 1961 ext to

5,000

Mar 23
Mar 8

Power Co Ltd—

A5Vis (40-yr) s f
5 Vis due 1971 ext to

1.000

1974

19
19

18% Feb 15
18% Jan
9

99 Vi Feb

Mar 23
Mar 8

99 Ya 100
14

J-D
J-D

to

19
19

99 y8 100
14%
io y4 12%

J-D

ASilesia (Prov) extaf 7S-1958
A4 Vis assented
1958
South Africa (Union of)—

1952 ext

19 Vi
19%

J-D

1962

due

18%

10% Jan 10
Jan 16
Mar 28

211
97

13
211
100

Feb 13
Jan 16
Jan 13

RAILROAD AND INDUSTRIAL

COMPANIES

33,000

Alabama Gt Southern 3 Via 1967
Alabama Pwr 1st M 3Vis_1972
1st mortgage 3Vis
1984
Albany & Susq RR 4Vis—1975
Aldens

89

88%

-

Sale

92

92

Ya

93%

5s conv subord debs.
1980
Allegheny Ludlum Steel—

495,000

4s conv subord debs
1981
Allegheny Power System
Allegheny & West 1st 4S-1998
Allied Chem & Dye 3%»_1978
Alum Co of Amer 3 Vis—1964

41.COO

•

Q

3s

A-O
A-O

69,000
65,000

2,000
49,000
55,000
340,000
843,000

A-O
A-O
F-A

1979

f debentures

s

4Vis s f debentures
3Vis s f debentures

248,000
59,000

91 ya Jan 23
93% Mar 10

1

96% Feb

81

96%

96%

96%

—

—

120

Sale

140

Sale

105

97%

Sale

106%

Sale

111

60

63
Sale
Sale
Sale
97%
Sale

65 %

Sale
Sale

Sale

•

J-D

1982
1983

J-J
A-O

Aluminum Co of Can 3%>-1970

4Vis s f debentures
1980
American Airlines 3s deba_1986
Am Bosch Corp 3Vis debs.1964
American Can Co 3%»—1988
4Vis debentures
1990
Amer & Foreign Pwr 5s
2030
4.80s junior debs
1987
Foundry
4 Vis conv subord debs_1981

M-N
A-O
J-D
M-N
A-O
J-J
M-S
J-J

92%
97%
85
97
93%

93%
98%
86%
100 y4
95 Vi

Sale

97
99
91

99

99%

98%
86%
100 y4 101%
96% 97 y8
.

Sale
—

Sale

98%

100

169

29

118 Vi Jan

4

169

104 Vi Mar

9

113% Mar 29

97% Jan

3

113% Mar 29

102%

65% Mar

1
Mar 1
Mar 20
Mar 17
Mar 1
95% Mar 3

93 y8
98 Vi
86%
100

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
97 Ye Mar

69
94%
99%
87%
101 y2

92 Vi Mar~27
103% Mar 23
67
Mar 2
60 Vi Mar 1

94
106%
69%
63%

Sale
Sale

Sale

145

Sale

135% Mar

2

159% Mar

120

Sale

128

Sale

119

Mar

1

130

80 % Mar 16
Mar 23
84
74% Mar 21
Mar 20
79
78% Mar 28
92% Mar 2
87% Mar 15
85% Mar 29
93% Mar 29
98% Mar 30
105% Mar 22
292% Mar 15

-

93%
106%

28

99 y8 Mar 3
102% Mar 14
91% Mar 8

142%

Sale
Sale
Sale

,

30
23
14
22
10

98J/4 Mar 30
101% Mar 23
91 Vi Mar 8

91 Vi
90
90% 94
103 y2 105%
Sale
69%
63
Sale

90
92
105

91%

55%

'

63
Jan
5
92% Jan 17
97% Jan 19
85
Jan
3
Jan
4
93% Jan 11
97

Jan
99% Jan
91
Jan

M-S

—

—

261,000

1980

A-O

1980

F-A

—1976
1986
1982

A-O

117

Sale

American Tel & Tel—

209,000

2%s debentures

297,000
243,000

2Vis
2Vis
2Vis
2Vis

96,000
35,000

4.35s s f debentures
<5c

Mar 9
Mar 3
Mar 23
Mar 14

8

1984

1984
Associates Invest 3%s—1962
4Vis debentures
1976
1977

5Vis subord debs

1977
1979

5Vis debentures
5Vis debentures

Atchison Top

A-O
J-D
J-D
F-A

M-S
J-J
A-O
M-N
M-S
A-O
A-O
F-A
A-O

99%
105
281

99%
93%
88 Vi
87 Vi

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
r*

■

81 y4

85%
75%
80
79
93 %
89

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

102
106 y2
304

Sale
Sale
—

86%
94y8

54

60

A-O

98

98%

81 %

Sale

84%

Sale^

Sale

75

Sale
79 Vi
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

79%

75 Vi
Sale
78%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

93%
88%
85 V*
93 Vi

Sale
Sale

Sale

99%
105%
329%

Sale

99%

Sale

99%

Sale

99% Mar

95
89%

Sale
90

94 Vi

Sale
90

94 Vi Mar 21
89% Mar 10

87%

Q-J

Sale
Sale

59

__

89%

1

M-N
M-S

Sale
Sale

65

101 Vi 102

100

F-A

99%

100
103

98
104

105%

J-D
F-A
F-A

Sale
Sale

106%
102%

101%

1995

A-O

92%

Sale

96%

July 1991

Stamped 4s

M-N

88

90

91%

..1983

M-N

95%

98%

97%

1st mortgage 3%s

For footnotes, see page




85% Mar 1
77
Mar 10
80% Mar 2
80
94
89 y4
88 Vi
95

Mar 16
Mar 24
Mar 6

6

91% Jan 13

Jan 24
3
Jan

94
Mar 9
106% Mar 3
69% Mar 23
63% Mar 14

90%
101%
60%
55

Jan
Jan

132

Feb 28

3

10

102%

101
108

93%
99%
98%
107

Sale
Sale
100%
107 y2

106%
105
Sale
Sale

94%
91%

Sale
92

15.

__

97%

_

114y4 Jan

3

130

8

Mar 10

Jan
3
Jan 10
Jan
3
Jan
3

82 % Feb 27

76
90 y4
86%
83 y4
91

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan

80
94

6
3
2

102% Mar 1
106% Mar 3
329% Mar 30

7

99% Jan 17

100% Mar

159% Mar

78%
82%
72%
77%

16
Jan 12
4
99% Jan
3
104% Jan
Jan
3
270

Mar 16
Mar 13

95% Mar 2
89 7/8 Mar 17

70

62

93

99% Feb 16
102 Vi Mar 14

85% Mar 1
77
Mar 10
80% Mar 2
Mar 16
Jan 25
89% Feb 17
88 Vi Mar 16

95%
102%
106%
329%

Feb 24
Feb 27
Feb
7
Mar 30

100% Feb

7

101% Mar 2

102% Mar 28

92% Mar 2
99% Mar 21
98y2 Mar 21
106y2 Mar 22
107
Mar 27
102 7/s Mar 15

94% Mar 13
Mar 14

100

99
Mar 24
106% Mar 22
107% Mar 13
104% Mar 23

3
5

95% Mar 2
90
Feb 15

87% Jan 16
55
Jan 13

87% Jan 16
61
Feb 28

93% Jan
89

Jan

98y8 Jan

5

102% Mar 28

Jan
99% Jan

6
3

Jan

5

95
Feb
9
100
Jan
5
100% Feb
7
106% Mar 22
107% Mar 13
104% Mar 23

3
4

96% Feb 24
92% Mar 3

Feb 14

97% Feb 21

88

97
104%
105
101%

Jan 11
Jan 31
Jan 17

94% Mar 30
91% Mar 28

96% Mar
92% Mar

1
3

92% Jan
88
Jan

97% Mar

97% Mar

6

97

Atlanta & Charlotte Air Line

1,000

81% Mar 23

88%

& Santa Fe—

General gold 4s

140 000

J-J

78%
83
73
77 Vi
75 Vi
90Vi
86%
83%
91 y8

Mar 10

Company—

5s inc subord debs

30,000

33^000

1962
1969
1977

Anheuser Busch Inc 3%s_1977
Ann Arbor 1st g 4s_.July 1995
Armco Steel Corp—
Armour

8,000

1973

American Tobacco 3s
3s debentures
3 Vis debentures

50,000

143,000
2,000
7,000

1984
1990
1985
1983

3Vis debentures
3Vis debentures
4Vis debentures
5s debentures
4 Vis conv debs

231,000
302,000
1,421,000
1,069,000
927,000

556,000

1987
1973
1971

3Vis debentures.
2Vis debentures

366,000
174,000

368,000
138,000
29,000

debentures
debentures
debentures
debentures

Feb
1
Mar 23
Mar 14
Mar 22
Mar 10
Mar 28

m

American

Optical Co—
4.40s conv subord debs

69
94%
99%
87%
101%
97%

3
5

97

American Machine

14,361,000

Mar 29

1

67%
60%

«...
'

90%

-

,

102% 103%
91% 92%

90
101 Vi
60%

:

Sale
Sale
Sale

69
94%

1

Mar

140

See old name of West Penn
Electric Company

57,000

93% Mar 10

Inc—

543,000

143,000
135,000

1

90
Feb 27
88% Jan 10
96 % Feb

90

6

NEW YORK STOCK

8
Sales for

New York

vahie

Stock Exchange

,

Price Jan. 3,
1961

BONDS

March 1

Interest Opening or
Period
Bid
Ask

Opening or
Bid

BONDS

EXCHANGE

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN MARCHMarch 30
Lowest
Closing or
Sale
Bid
Ask
Prices

Sale
Prices

Atlantic Coast Line—

129,000

29,000
5,000
68,000
10,000

1,727,000
6,022,000
116,000

266,000
39,000
460,000
347,000
7,000
5,000

42,000

225,000
16,000
72,000
37,000

100% 101%

Gen unified 4%s ser A_1964
Gen mtge 4s ser A
1980

J-D
MS

Gen mtge AV*s ser C
1973
Gen mtge 3%s ser D
1980
Atlantic Hefln 2%s debs 1966
3 Vis debentures
1979
4Vis conv subord debs._1987
Avco Manufacturing Corp—
5s conv subord debs___197t

J -J
MS
J- J
J-J
F-A

87%
110%

F-A

Baltimore & Ohio RR Co—
1st cons mtge 3%s ser A^1970
1st cons mtge 4s ser B.1980
1st cons mtge 4Vis ser C-1995

AConv 4%s lnc Feb 1 2010
4Vis conv debs ser A
2010
Baltimore Gas St Elec Co—
1st ref mtge 3s ser Z
1989
1st ref mtge 3 Vis
1990

1993

1st ref mtge s f 4s
4 Vis conv debs
Beneficial Finance 5s

1974
1977
4Vis debentures
1981
Beneficial Indus Loan 2Vis.*61

89 y4
92 Vi
80 Vi
92 Ve

Sale

101

—

__

Sale
89%

Sale

101

91%
95%
80 y2
93 Vi
89 y4

Sale
99 Vi

89Vi
95%
80%
93%

__

__

—

—

—

Sale

Sale

117%

Sale

127%

Sale

143%

Sale

181 Vi

Sale

141% Mar

84%
70 y8
69%
69%

Sale

89%

90

88 Vi

Sale

88

Sale
Sale
Sale

75
73

75 y4
73
80

Sale
74 »/4
Sale

63

Sale

Sale
75 y4
Sale
Sale

67%

Sale

72%
73
78
66

79% Mar

J-J

80%
70 y8

77%

J-D
MS
J-J

79%

82

85

80
98

79

82

82%

—

97

97%

122

Sale

M-N
J-D

122
104
104

"

■

■

.

___

M-N

98
124 y2

__

Sale

120 Vi
101

Sale

100% 103%
104

Sale

7,000
597,000
348,000

25,000
23,000
3,000

99S1 100

100 A

99 is

90
75 y2
74 %
82
70 V2

Mar 3
Mar 21
Mar 3
Mar 9
Mar 9

Mar 30
Mar 15
Mar 29

Mar

7

Mar 13
Mar 2

10
4
4

92% Jan
3
87% Jan 24
110% Jan
3

127

Jan

84 Vb Jan
70% Jan
69
Jan
69
Jan
62% Jan

3

Jan

——

102

Jan
Feb
Jan

5
4
16

87ya Jan

9

103% Mar 20
103% Mar 20
99 Si Mar 3

104% Mar
104% Mar
99 Si Mar

8
8
3

89 Vb Mar 20
81 Vi Mar 30
85 Vi Mar 13

90% Mar

6

1980
1981

J-J
M-S

101%

1st 5s series AO
1987
Alnc M 4Vis ser A July 1970
1st mtge 6s series ss
1965

M-S

40 Va

May

19

F-A
A-O

49%

J-J

81

J-J
Jf-N
J-J

93 y2
92

J-J
M-N

82 y8

83%

84

Sale
Sale

163
83

85

110%

Sale

123

Sale

126%

Sale

118 Vi Mar

7

129

98

Sale

92%

96

x91% Mar 15

98

84

81

96

102
99

Mar

3

84

Sale
Sale

86%
130

89%
81%
86%
144 y4

109%

.

Sale

89 %

Sale

81 y4
85%
149

Sale

118

.

90%
Sale

229,000

—

Sale

143% Mar

84 y4

82

50
Sale
Sale

—

Sale

18%

82 y2

"

82

43
52
91

—

—

Sale
Sale
Sale

Mar

90%
81%
87 y4
151

101
Jan
3
78% Jan 10

121% Mar 17
82 y4 Mar 14
20% Jan
4
53% Mar 3
91
Feb 23

100

Mar 30
15% Mar 17
47 Vi Mar 29

44
Mar
19
Mar
53% Mar

7
1
3

Mar 30
15% Mar 17
47 Mi Jan
3
90% Feb
6

9

81

Sale

47 %
91
100

40

40

Jan

3

522,000

269,000
7,000
1,000
1,000
57,000

1,260,000
33,000
22,000
4,000

150,000
200,000

48,000
762,000
52,000
1,000

Caterpillar Tractor 4 Vis

1977

Celanese Corp 3s debs
1965
3 Vis debentures
1976
Cent of Georgia Ry—
1st mtge 4s series A
1995
A Gen mtg6\4%s ser A
2020
A Gen mtge 1Vis ser B.2020
Central Illinois Light Co—
4 Vis conv debentures
1974

Cent RR Co of N J 3y4s__19S7
Cent N Y Pwr gen mtg 3s_1974
Central Pacific Ry—
"
1st & ref 3 Vis ser A
1974
1st mtge 3%s ser B
1968
de Pasco Corp—
5 Vis conv subord debs
Chadbourn Gotham lnc—

A-O
J-D
M-N
A-O

96

79%
100%

84

83

Mar 23

84% Mar

96%

95%
90%

98
93 %

96
93

Mar 24
Mar 17

96% Mar 10
93
Mar 17

93% Feb" 13
90% Feb
8

Sale

156

Mar 14

8
9

119% Jan 24
82% Jan
6

186

109% Feb

1

129

Mar 20

91 y4 Mar 15

98

Feb 28

—

85%
Sale

83%
81%
100%

86%
Sale

101%

Sale

77%

Sale

76%

Sale

79

81

76%

82

79% -Sale
76Vi 78

Sale

——
.

M-S

96 VB
54

97%

'

60

A-O
M-N

57
75

79 y4

'

Sale

75.

100% 102%

A-O
A-O

J-J

95
86

93 y4
82 Vb

72

Sale

91%
104 %
""

60
•

Sale

186

Mar

84% Mar

83% Mar 23

Mar 20

Sale

69

69%
Sale

116%

Sale
Sale
88 Vi

108

Sale

38

Sale
89

39
88

F-A

64

86

86

F-A

91 VB

85%

75

Sale

95% Mar
83% Mar

Sale

68 Vi Mar 13

95%

__

66

66%

115%
38%
85'A

—

Sale
Sale

86
92%

92%

—

103%

85%

67 Vi

J-D
J-J
A-O

69

77% Mar 16

103% Mar 29

__

60

84

76% Mar 30

8

1

65

Mar~22

115

Mar 20

38
Mar 30
85 'A Mar 30

92%

Mar~~6

Mar

1

101% Mar 27

1

Sale

.

93%

100% Mar

Mar 9
97% Mar 29
59% Mar 28
Mar 10
75
88
Mar 8

*

__

64 Vi

61%

98
58
75

95V4

95%
83%

85%

May
May

.

80% Mar

9

Mar 21
Mar 24
97% Mar 29
59% Mar 28
75 y2 Mar 23
Mar 17
100
Mar 9
105
Mar 21
96

81
78

84

Mar

9

70% Mar 27
68

Mar~14

116% Mar 1
40 Va Mar 9
87% Mar 13

96,000
431,000
119,000

110,000

3,000

5.90s conv sub debs WW-1971
Without warrants
6s conv sub debs ww-1974
Without warrants
Champion Paper St Fibre—
3y«s debentures
1965
3 Vis

259,000

1979

1981

debentures

4Vis conv subord debs

1984

M-N

A-O
■

.

——

—

J-J

94

92%

96

—

122

Sale

100

Mar

1

Sale
Sale
Sale

90
100

Mar 2
Mar 8
Mar 14

123
Mar 30
112y4 Mar 30
123
Mar 30
113
Mar 30

93%

95

106

110

—

Sale

Chesapeake St Ohio Ry—
49,000
50,000

General gold 4Vis___ !_1992
Ref & Imp 3Vis ser D 1996

30,000
24,000
10,000

Ref St Imp 3 Vis ser E 1996
Ref St Imp M 37/»s ser H-1973
R & A div 1st cons 4s 1989
2nd cons gold 4s
Chic Burlington &

.-1989
Quincy—

7,000

M-S
M-N
F-A

J-D
J-J

97
Sale

95 y2

93%

84%
84%

__

Sale
90

82
80%

J-J

F-A
F-A
F-A
F-A

A Gen M lnc 5s (conv)—1997
1st mtge 3%s ser B
1986
A 5s Income debs Jan 2054
Chicago & Erie 1st g 5s 1982
Chic Gt Western 4s ser A-1988

Apr

63
30

2038

Sale
90

49%

M'-N
M-N
M-N
J-J

—

80
83
80

1st St ret mtge 3 Vis
1st <b ref mtge 2T/«s

1985
1970

1st & ref

2,000
19,000

1990

mtge 3s

1978

1st St ret mtge 4%s

2,000

316,000
8,000
42,000
35,000
250.000

138,000
25,000
18,000
223,000

518,000

Sale
90

80 Vi
85
85
93

Sale

47

Sale
65

33

61%
26%
81

Sale
72%

74%
27 y4

"

Sale

93% Mar

8

113% Mar 29

81
85

Mar 1
Mar 27

80
83

Jan
Jan

3

93

Mar 14

92% Feb

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

93% Mar 23

68

11,000
4,000

1st St ref M 2%s-4y4B—1M4
Income 2%s-4%s
1994
footnotes,

see page

15.

J-J

J-J

95

55%
54%

100%

60

100

57%
58%

Feb 28
Mar 27

6

2

93

Mar 14

27
20
24

Jan
Jan
31% Jan
85
Mar
80% Jan
73
Jan
51
63

13
4
10
17
4
24

60% Mar 13
60 y4 Mar 3

52% Jan 3
60y4 Jan 26

62% Feb 10
9
60% Jan

Mar 22
Mar 21

Sale
Sale

58%

73
78 Vi

40% Mar 16

56 y4 Mar 16
60 y4 Mar 3

75

56%
56%

73%
76

81
85

61% Feb 28
59% Feb 28

59%
60 Vi

78

5

3

Sale

73

3
Mar 28

51% Jan

59

74
58
54 Va

59%

Sale

77%
Sale
Sale

J-J

86

76% Jan 27

61%

MS
F-A

93% Jan

71
Feb 13
73 % Mar 8
58
Feb
2

60

Chicago Rock Island & Pacific
RR 2%s series A
1986
4 Vis income debs
—
1998
1st mtge 5 Vis ser O
1983
Chic T H St Southeast—

99
Mar 15
87% Feb 16
86 y8 Feb 13

Mar 14
Mar 23
61% Mar 1
59
Mar 1

71%

24,000
24,000
26,000

113% Mar 29

80 y4 Mar 21
83
Mar 3

9
2

Jan 18

Jan"17

Mar 28

Mar 15

86Vi Mar
86 Ye Mar

96

71 Vt Mar 21
73% Mar 8
59% Mar 15
54 y8 Mar 29

71%

—

107

8

25% Feb

Sale

52%
60%

93% Mar

123
Mar 30
112% Mar 30
123
Mar 30
113
Mar 30

27

20Vi

J-J

6
6
94% Jan 10
87% Jan 10

20% Mar 23

75

Apr

Jan

Mar 14

3

73

Ry—

Jan

85

117

7

24%

Chic St North Western

1

33
23

Apr

,

90

86

99

116% Mar

20% Mar 23

A2d M lnc 4Vis A Jan_2003

2055

3

95% Jan 17
3
84% Jan
5
84% Jan
4
92
Jan
83% Jan 27

98% Mar 3
86 Va Mar 2
86 y8 Mar 2
93
Mar 2
83% Mar 6

Mar 29

85

Mar
Mar

17

73%

72
76

Sale

74
74

Sale

99 y2 Mar 10

74
Mar 22
76
Mar 8
102 y2 Mar 28

54

57%

55%

58

57% Mar 29
58% Mar 1

57% Mar 21
58% Mar 1

74%
101%

61

Mar 20

26'A-Mar 2
80% Xeb
6
73% Mar 27
67 Vi Mar 28
Mar 29

38

Jan

13
2

f

Chic Mllw St Paul St Pao—

-

Jan
Jan

Mar 14

27

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

___

108
38
85

68

76% Mar 10
71% Mar 6

Sale

33

■

8

9
82% Feb 10

73% Mar 27
67 y4 Mar 28

27%
83

23 Vi

75

Feb

72 Vb Jan

48

21%

58%
51%

60

9

61
29

32

Apr
Apr
M-S

2

Mar

Mar 20
26% Mar 2
81
Mar 9

27%

76

Feb

82% Feb 10

96
84

Mar 17
Feb 20
Mar. 21

61

37

J-J

68

100
105

40% Mar 16

35

1994
2019
2044

82% Jan 20

18
1

Sale

Apr

4s series A
4Vis series A
Jan
4 Vis conv lnc ser B Jan
A5s lnc debs ser A

Jan

18
3

Feb

Jan
76 yb Feb

98
60

61

48

A 1st M lnc 4s ser A Jan.1983

Chic Ind'polls St Louisv Ry

Mar"!

94

8
3

92% Mar

87

75%
70%

8

74% Jan
102 Va Jan

5

80%

92%

—

89%

82
74

2nd M conv lnc 4 Vis Jan 1999
1st mtge 3s ser B
1989




86

83%
80%
81
83

Sale

93%

80

-

90%

86 y8
93

Sale

Apr

A Gen lnc M 4'/is Jan

93% Mar
110

80%
78%
70 y8

1,391,000
2,000

For

__

113

98%
86 y8
86%

98
86 y8

Chicago St Eastern 111 RR—

127,000

93%

88

J-J
J-J

Jan
Feb

4

110
123

92

55
75

102% Jan

Sale
Sale
95

113

96% Jan

9
6
17

Mar 14

Sale

93
103

83% Feb
82 % Feb

3
3
11

92 y2 Jan 26

117

100

Jan
68
62 y8 Jan

9

19

1

93

80% Mar

92 Va Jan

Mar

85

88
8iy4

A-O
A-O
A-O

74% Jan 30

6

92% Mar

112

Sale

79% Jan 17
101% Mar 27

Jan

Sale

112%

17
3

Mar 8
84% Feb 20

40% Mar 9
88
Feb 23

116

Sale

103%

79% Jan
100 V* Jan

96 Vi Mar 10
93
Mar 17

3
9

Cerro

835,000

9

84%

'

J-D
F-A

84% Mar

7

83

68

J-J

Mar

84%

76% •Sale

J-J

18

Mar 20

94
92 Vi

—

92%

44

Feb 23
6

Jan
Jan

83%

Sale

162

J-D

lOO^Jan 23

81% Jan
6
85% Mar 13
130
Jan
3

Sale
Sale

40
17

104Vi Jan 30
104% Mar 8

.121% Mar 17
82 Vi Mar 14

109 Va Mar

__

1

Corp—

Canada Southern 5s ser A-1962
Canadian Pacific Ry—
4 79 consol deb (perpetual)—
Capital Airlines—
4 Vis conv subord debs
1976
Ctfs of deposit "stamped"
Caro Clinch St Ohio 4s
1965
Carthage & Adlr Ry 4s
1981
Case (J I) Co 3Vis debs__1978
5 Vis conv subord debs 1983

90

76

81% Mar 30
86% Mar 3
151
Mar 20

<Se Maine RR—

California Elec Power 3s_1976
Calif-Oregon Power 3%s_1974

Mar 30

81 y2 Mar 10
82% Mar 13
98
Mar 8
127
Mar 10

79% Jan 11

Bush Terminal

24,000

186

6

Jan 24

1979
1980

4Vis conv subord debs 1981
Buildings—
A Gen mtge 5s income 1982

31

84% Feb
7
73% Jan 18

117

88%

4 Vis conv subord debs_1981
Buffalo Nlag Elec 2Vis
1975

Jan

89% Mar 30
119% Mar 20

6
3

Mar 10

127

87%

Bristol-Myers Co 3s debs-1968
Brooklyn Union Gas Co—
General mtge 2%s
1978
1st mortgage 3s
1980
1st mtge 4y»s
^
1983
Brown Shoe Co 3 Vis debs_1971

95

Mar 15
Jan 16
76% Jan 17

5

76

81 y4

4Vis conv subord debs
Borden Co 2%a debs

102 V4 Jan
5
91% Mar 29
96
Mar 3

3
5

81 Vi Mar 10
82 »/2 Mar 13
98
Mar 8

8

82% Mar 13
96
Mar 3
122
Mar 24

J-J

1970
1976

Burroughs Corp—

1,596,000

186

M-N
J-J
M-N

Cons mtge 2Vis ser I
Cons mtge 2 Vis ser J
Cons mtge 3s ser K
3Vis conv debentures-

Brunswick

5,376,000
25,000

1

99%

Boston

21,000

119% Mar 20

9832

Boeing Airplane Co—

2,237,000

Mar 3
89'A Mar 30

Sale
Prices

f

J-J

Bethlehem Steel Corp—

36,000
1,000
28,000
863,000

Mar

94

Mar 20
Mar 28

89
115

.A-O
May

89% Jan
92% Jan

Mar~16

93%

89
116

F-A
M-S

100 Ye Feb

102

—

Sale
Sale

3

91% Mar 29
96
Mar 3

100y2 Mar 27
89'/» Mar 1
95% Mar 9

1

Highest

Lowest
Stale
Prices

Highest

73

Jan
6
Mar 21

78% Jan 24

74

Feb 23

1

79% Jan 27
102% Mar 28

56% Jan 24
54% Jan
9

59% Feb 21
58% Feb
3

74

98% Feb

April, 1961
New York

Sales for
March

19,000
35,000

Cooo
2,000
22,000

200,000
386,000
144,000
11,000

175~000
36,000

5,000
103,000

Chicago Union Station—
1st mtge 3Vis series P—1963
1st mtge 2%s series O
196S
Chicago & Western Ind BR—

4Vis ser A. 1982
Cincinnati Gas St Elec—
2nd mtge 2Vis
1975
1st mortgage 2%s
1975
1st mortgage 4%a
—1987
Cincinnati Union Term—
1st mtge gtd 3Vis ser B-1969
1st mtge 2 Vis series Q—1974
C 1 T Financial Corp—
3 Vis debentures
1970
4Vis debentures
1971
Cities Serv Co 3s s f debs 1977
^i^ve Cine Chicago St St L—
1st coll tr M

General gold 4s
1993
General 5s series B
199S
Ref Si lmpt 4Vis ser E_1977
Cine W & M Dlv 1st 48-1991
St L Dlv 1st COU tr 4s—1990

1st mortgage
1st mortgage
1st mortgage

5,000
20,000
15,000
25,000
11,000
6,000
90,000
130,000
45,000
169,000
75,000
101,000
222,000

15,000

6,000

5^000
5,000
982,000
159,000
4,000

1st mtge 3s series N
3s s f debentures
2Vis sink fund debs
2%s s f debentures

1,000

38,000
37,000
125,000

14,000
23,000
21,000
41,000

73,000

46,000
1,000

697,000
2,000

20,000

11,000
2,000

ref M 5 Vis ser P_'89
1st St ref M 5Vis ser Q-1989
1st St ref M 4Vis ser R-1990
1st St ref 5s series S
1990
3s conv debentures
1963
Consol Electrodynamics—
4 Vis conv subord debs
1954
1st

<fc

Consol G
1st ref
1st ref
1st ref

E
M
M
M

L St P (Bait)—
2Vis ser T
1978
2Vis ser U
1981
2Vis ser X
1986

Consolidated Nat.
2%s debentures
3 Vis
debentures
3 Vis debentures
3s debentures-

1968

1978
1979
1978

1982

4%s debentures

39,000
76,000
15,000
98,000
885,000
57,000
4,000
29,000
27,000
17,000
19,000
1,000
4,000

266,000
60,000
9,000

debentures
4Vis debentures
5s debentures
Consumers Power 2%s
Conv debentures 4%s
1st mortgage 4%s
1st mortgage 4Vis
5s

Curtis

33,000

<\«s

1983
1985
1975
1975

Publishing Co—
subord lnc debs

Daystrom Inc—
5Vis s f debentures
Dayton Power St Light—
1st mortgage 2%s
1st mortgage 3s
3s series A
1st mortgage
"st, mtge 3s

2.000
5,000
10,000
Eor

1983

1987
1988
1st mortgage 4%s
1989
1st mortgage 4Vis
1990
Contlnen Baking 3s debs-1965
Contin Can 3%s debs
1976
4Vis debentures
-1985
Continental Oil Corp 3s
1984
Copperweld Steel Co—
5s conv subord debs
1979
Corn Products Co 4%s
1983
Crucible Stl 1st mtge 3Vis_1966

68,000

5,000

1999
1999
2001

1979
1st St ref M 3s ser E
1981
1st St ref M 3s ser P
1st & ref M 3 Vis ser G_1981
1st St ref M 3Vis ser H-1982
1st St ref M 3 Vis ser 1-1983
1st St ref M 3Vis ser J-1984
1st & ref M 3Vis ser K-1985
1st & ref M 3Vis ser L-1986
1st St ref M 4V«s ser ML.1986
1st St ref M 5s ser N
1987
1st & ref M 4s ser O
1988

74,000
20,000

155,000

1978

Consolidated Edison Co NY"—
1st St ref M 2Vis ser A.1B82
1st St ref M 2Vis ser B-1977
1st & ref M 2Vis ser C-1972
1st & ref M 3s ser D
1972

22,000
28,000

42,000
192,000
138,000
179,000

mtge

Columbus St Sou-Ohio Elec—
1st mortgage 3 Vis
1970
1st mortgage 3Vis
lf83
1st mortgage 3 Vis
1986
1st mortgage 4 Vis
1987
Combustion Engineering Inc—
3Vis conv subord debs
1981
Commonwealth-Edison Co—
1st mtge 3s series !■_
1977

4~000
87,000

2Vis
3Vis

1970
1982
1985
1986

3s
1989
3%s
1993
-1994
1st mortgage 4VisClev Short L 1st gtd 4%s_1961
Colorado Fuel & Iron Corp—
47/»s ser A s f conv debs 1977
Columbia Gas System Ino—
3s debentures series A-.1975
3s debentures series B—1975
3Vis debentures ser C
1977
3Vis debentures ser D
1979
3Vis debentures ser E__1980
3%s debentures ser P
1981
4Vis debentures ser G—1981
5Via debs series H
1982
5s debentures series I
1982
4Vis debs series J
1983
4%s debs series K
1983
5Vis debs series N
1984
5 Vis debentures ser O
1985
3 Vis conv subord debs
1964
1st

983,000

Period

Cleveland Elec Ilium 3s
1st mortgage 3s

1st mortgage 5s
1st mortgage 5Vis

footnotes, see page




1989

Ask

Bid

9

BONDS
RANGE SINCE
Lowest
Sale
Prices

Highest
Sale
Prices

prices

Bid

Ask

6

Mar

6

96% Jan 16

97% Mar

1

96

Jan

3

99
Mar
97% Mar

1

98% Mar 30

92

Jan

4

98 % Mar 30

3

84% Mar

83% Feb

6

84% Mar

99

98%

97 %

98%

96%

96

Sale

97%

96 Va

Sale

96

Mar 21

MS

92

94%

98

98%

Sale

98

Mar

A-O
J-J
MS

89
86
88

84%

84 Vs Mar

Sale

97

Mar20

97%

Mario

95

Jan 12

97% Mar 30

F-A
F-A

92
83

94

Mar 20

94

Mar 20

93
83

Feb

Jan 19

94
Mar 20
84% Mar 3

M-S
A-O
J-J

Sale
92 %
99 Vi 100 Va

96
Mar 27
101% Feb 16
84% Mar 16

80%

Sale

92% Jan 3
99% Jan 26
80% Jan 3

65% Feb 23

62%

64

65%

6

J-D
J-D
J-J
J-J

71%

Sale
59

Jan
6
56% Jan
9
81
Jan 30

73% Feb 17
61
Mar 7
81
Jan 30

^

Sale

v

■

54

81

MS
J-D
M-N
Af-S
A-O

'

82%

i—i—

97

95%

93

93
84

95
101
83 Vi

Sale

Sale
59%

72%

Mar" "I

58
81

Mar
Mar

2
3

Sale

91% Mar

6

Mar 3
93% Mar 23

88

8

88% Mar 27

83% Jan 11
77
Jan 24

Mar~23

89
Jan
6
96% Jan 11
99-Vi Jan
6

59

92%
79%

91%

80

78 %
94

73

90%
97Vi
94
99% 100 1!

80
_

88%

91%

Sale**
Sale

95%
Sale
Sale
Sale
98

102
107
103

88
n

102%

91

91 Vi

92%

J-D

94%

Sale

105%

Sale

F-A
J-D

83%
81%
75

86%
81 Vs
75%

Sale

A-O

Sale
84%
76

A-O
A-O

74

78%

M-S

77%

Sale

77 Vi
85

Sale

81

86

86%

86%
83

88%
Sale

89
85

89%

89

Sale

83%

80%

84

84%

Sale

85%

87%
85%

Sale
90%
91%

82
85 Va
78%

A-O
J-D
M-N

J-J
J-D

J-D
J-D

J-D
J-D

Sale
87%

85% Mar 23
81 Va Mar 13
..

86

89

'
'

91

Sale

88

Sale

89%

96

97%

104%

Sale

92 %
104 %

Sale
Sale

106 Vi
102

Sale
Sale
—

Sale

A-O
M-N

89
87

85%
85%
103%

mmmm.

101%
105% 106%
98%
106%
107

Sale
Sale

Sale
104% 105
Sale
107%

164

,

ii

—.

'

_ —

x

.

77%

97

91

4
83% Jan
81 Va Mar 13
1
75% Feb

Jan 17

74

Sale

Sale
86%

78% Mar 30
Mar 3

80% Mar 2
82% Mar 24

77% Jan

81

88%
89%

87
89

84%
84%

83% Mar 27
84% Mar 1
86
Mar 24

86
79%

106

Sale

106% Sale
103% 105
—

"—

74% Feb 28
5

1M1M

91 Vi
87%

95 Va
91

'

104

95%

95

89%
100% 102
82%

84

96

Sale

Sale

.

83%

105% Sale
103% 104%
90%

A-O

94

Sale

95%

Sale
104
105% 107
85% 86%
Sale
118
105
l5I% 103
104 % 105%

308

Mar 29

150

Mar 13

164

Mar 1

130

83% Mar 1
82% Mar 13

83

Mar 3
Mar 22

88%
90%
86
85 %
88

85% Mar 21
89 Ya Mar 10
.

90%
89%

Mar 21
Mar 21

87%

-86%
_86
89 Vi
101 Vi
104Vi

Mar

6

Mar 20
Mar 30
97% Mar 29
106
Mar 3
106
Mar 29
104% Mar 6
107% Mar 1

83
Mar 30
81% Mar 1

91

92%
102%
105%
99%

Mar 22
Mar 13

Mar 7
Mar 2
Mar 13
Mar 3
Mar 24
Mar 1
Mar 1
Mar 9
Mar 16
Mar 14
Mar 6

107 % Mar
107% Mar

2

1
105% Mar 14
108 Vi Mar 6

95%
87%
Sale

_

105

106

104% 105
91
94

100

100%

103 Vi

1975
1978

A-O
J-J

82

83%
82%

84%

82

84

Mar 13

91 Va Mar

Mar 13

87

105% Mar 23

106

91
87

2

Mar 13

96

J-D
F-A

_

—.

82%

___

__

86%

—

'

102
105

Sale

105%
103%

—

84%

85%
83% 87
80
82
102
104
104

105%

Feb

7

91% Jan 30
87% Jan 10

85% Jan

6

103% Jan

96

3
Jan 11
97% Jan 16
4
102% Jan
83% Jan 5
Jan 18
113
9
102% Jan
Jan 10
98
Jan
6
101
104% Mar 29
Jan
5
95

88
105

101% Jan 13

Mar
101% Mar
106% Mar
86% Mar
Mar
118
103Vi Mar

28

10
20
15
29

104%
95%
88
102%
82%

Mar 7
Mar 21
Mar 22
Mar 6
Mar 3
Mar 9
Mar 9
Mar 29
Mar 6
Mar 24
Mar 10
Mar 21

105

Mar

9

103% Mar

6
6

Mar

1

103% Mar

1

103% Mar

1

83% Mar 16

84% Mar

9

101

106
85
115
103%
102%
104

95

3

102% Mar 9
105 Ya Mar 29
105% Mar 14
Mar 22
Mar 24
Mar 30
82% Mar 21

107% Mar 2
105
Mar 28
91
Mar 14
98

Mar 17

Si

__

103%

Jan 13

Mar 30
81% Mar 1

77

90% Mar

105

105

102%

90

—

96

-r

106
101

105

87
82%

85%
85%
101% 106
,

106
105% 106%
101% Sale:
107
106
^
86% Sale
Sale
116%
103 Vi 106
102% 103
104% 105%

Sale
84%
Sale
113%
100% 102 %
98%
97
101% 101%

Sale
85

Mar 29

4
77
Jan
86% Jan 24
86% Jan 12
82% Feb 20
81
Jan 13
84% Jan 13
85% Mar 21
86% Jan 13
4
85
Jan
3
84% Jan
6
87% Jan
4
96% Jan
103% Jan 10
3
92% Jan
3
104% Jan
25
105% Jan
3
102
Jan
106% Feb 20
3
271
Feb

78

103

97%

80%
—

85%
Sale

83

Sale

—

87

102%

101%

Sale
Sale

91%
—

M-N

M-S
M-N
Af-S

106% Mar 29

75% Mar 14
75
Mar 30

89%
86% 87
87% Sale
89% 92 Va
102%
101
Sale
105
Sale
97%

155

Sale

83%
81%

84
86
77

103

J-D

A-O

.

79
Mar 14
104% Mar 13
104
Mar 23

79

7

91% Mar

6

6

74% Mar 3
75
Mar 30

76 Va

Feb
9
Feb 15
Feb
6
Feb 17
Mar 23
93
94% Mar 16
Mar 2
103
6
108% Feb
105% Feb 23
100% Mar 1
103 % Mar 8
107% Mar 7
105% Feb 17
Mar 24
97

88%
88%
88%
91

89% Mar 6
95% Feb 17

93% Jan

87% Mar 27
83
Mar 15

86%
,

Sale

74%

J-D
J-J
A-O
A-O
M-N

2

106% Mar 29

.

—-

Sale

J-J

F-A
A-O
A-O
F-A

95 Va Mar

Jan

27
24
23
12
3

89% Mar ~6
95% Feb 17

55 Vi Mar~~6

78%

80%

87%

J-J
A-O

M-S

6

2

Mar
95 Va Mar

89

Mar
Jan
Mar
Jan
Feb

105% Feb 28

3

6
88% Jan
3
89% Jan
3
88% Jan
98% Jan 4
4
106 Va Jan
6
101% Jan
4
95% Jan
100% Jan 27
5
103% Jan
4
103% Jan
6
94% Feb

7

86 Vi
82
76
75 Va
75

74%
74 Va

85

J-D

J- D
M-S
F-A
F-A

88% Mar 8
90% Mar 28
93
Mar 23
94% Mar 16
103
Mar 2
108
Mar 9
104% Mar 1
100% Mar 1
103 % Mar 8
107 % Mar 7
105% Mar 24
97
Mar 24

103% Mar 13

J-D

J-D
F-A

1

91% Mar

88%
77
94%
97%
100

5
86% Jan
86% Jan 5
86% Jan 17

Mar 10

88% Mar

Mar 27

55%
—

92% Jan

3

Mar

Sale

105

87%

6

93% Mar 23

3

308

84%
*85%
85%
84%
84 Vi

M-N

A-O
A-O
J-D

95 Va

79%

88

91

55%

95% 100

*

Mar 10

——

—*

89

74%

J-J
F-A
M-N
M-S
F-A

QC

ob

—

Sale
Sale
—

86
88
93

105

Mar 7
90 Va Mar 29
93% Mar 1
102
Mar 8
107
Mar 23
103
Mar 28
99% Mar 24
101
Mar 21
104
Mar 15
104% Mar 17
96% Mar 2

108
104 Vi

97

89

7

90

93
96 Va

105%
104%

M-N
A-O
M-S

■

n

91%

99% 100 Vi

M-S

—f

94%

87% Mar 28
87% Mar 24

103

Sale
Sale
107
104% 105 Vi
95
96%

——

Mar

102% Mar

Sale

87%
90 %
94%

93
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

102%
107%
104%
100%
102%

89% Jan

__

87%

94

Sale
Sale

7

81

94% Mar 23

__

87
87

Sale

90%

6

80

103%

87
88
90

Mair
Mar

99!! 100ft

Sale

104

91
Sale

73%
61

1

83

77 Vi
94%
100 %

99!! 100ft

55%

2

—

88

98%

Sale

104

71

72%

86%

103%
95%

Jan

58
81

87

101%

64

57
81

___

94 Vi

2 •

65% Mar

72%

71
81

106 %
102 y«

96
Mar 27
101% Mar 1
84% Mar 16

94 Vi Mar 7
100 % Mar 15
83
Mar 2

3

65% Mar

79%

99%

Sale
Sale

3

84% Mar

3

68

89%
78%

87
89 Vi
88 Vi

84% Mar

6

65%

Sale
79%

86%
86%
86Vi

57

84 %

87

95
101 %
83 %

'

J-J
J-D
F-A
A-O
J-J
M-S
A-O
A-O
J-D
O-A
M-S
M-N
A-O
A-O
M-N

-

87

M-N
J-J
J-D

A-O

■

,

—

96% Mar 29

*'

84 Vs

A-O

1982
1984
1987
1990

JAN. 1
Highest
Sale
Prices

J-J
J-J

1980

1978
3Vis

Opening er
Bid

—

-PRICES IN MARCHLoweat
March 30
Sale
Closing er

March 1

1961

Interest Opening or

BONDS

f
26,000
52,000

Price Jan. 3,

Stock Exchange

Value

STOCK EXCHANGE

NEW YORK

Mar 14

104% Mar 13
105% Mar 2

103

87

Feb 17

82% Mar 21

95% Jan
101% Jan

4

3

27
15
31
14

87%
83
76
75 Vi
75

Mar
Mar
Jan
Mar
Mar

81

Feb 24

30

82% Mar 24
88% Mar 22
90% Mar 13
Mar 7
86
85% Mar 2
88% Feb 23
90% Feb 24
6
89% Feb
9
87% Feb
Mar 1
91
92% Mar 9
102% Mar 16
106% Feb 21
99% Mar 6
107% Mar 2
1
107% Feb
105% Feb 20
108% Mar 6
Mar 29
308

166

Peb 21

83% Feb
8
82% Mar 13
77
Feb 7

91% Feb 27
91% Feb 24
87
Feb
7

103%
106%
101%
106%
88%

Feb
Feb
Feb
Mar
Mar

16
23
9

118
105 Ya
102%
105%
105 %
96
88
105
83%

Mar 29
Feb
7
Feb 13
9
Feb
Feb 27
Feb 27
Mar 24

20
15

Mar 30
Feb 16

107% Mar 2
105
Mar 28
91
Mar 14

90

Jan

4

94

Jan

3

100% Jan

6

103% Mar

1

82% Jan 19

84% Mar

9

84
87
79

Feb~10

Feb 17
Mar 14
102% Jan 20
103
Jan
9

98

84
87

79

Mar 17

Feb 10
Feb 17
Mar 14

104% Mar 13
105% Mar ft

IS
*

/•

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

10
Sales for

New York

"value

Stock Exchange

$

BONDS

1,000
20,000
__30,000
166.000

114,000

34,000
20,000
36,000

March 1

Interest Opening or
Period
Bid
Ask

Dayton Union Ry 3%s—1965
Deere St Co 2%s debs
1965
3y«s debentures1977
4%s subord debs
1983
Delaware St Hud 4s ext 1963

J-D
A-O
3-J

84%
95

97"

Bid

88

F-A
M-N

Opening

96 Vi
98

Delaware Lack St West RR Co
NY Lack St Western dlv
r
M-N
1st St ref M 5s ser 0-1973
A Income mtge due
1993 May
Morris <fe Essex division
M-N
Coll tr 4-6s May 1 9049

9,000

1st M & coll tr 5s
1985
1st M <fe coll tr 4 Vis B-1985
Delaware Pwr St Lt 3s
1973
1st mtge St
1st mtge &
1st mtge St

5,000

coll
coll
coll
1st mtge St coll

tr
tr
tr
tr

42 y4
84 Vi

M-S
M-N

95

93

Sale

95% Mar 30
85 y8 Mar
99 s/a Mar
99 y4 Mar

Sale

93

Mar 17

96% Mar
86% Mar

1
1
2

3
3
101 y4 Mar 21
100 y4 Mar 6

87

r

40,000

7,000
11,000
18,000
6,000

43%

Sale

43

Mar 28

45

Mar

7

43

56%

50

Mar 13
Mar 23
Mar 28

51% Mar

8

45

55
Sale

51

49

85

83,000
10,000

113,000

283,000
388,000
65,000
-—-

5,000
10,000

10,000
10,000

77

•

— —

15,000
10,000

84

82%

83%

9018

Apr

85

89

84%

87

84%

1999

J-3

78%

80

80

—

80

3-D
M-S
Af-S
M-N

89
73 y4

Sale
76
76
88

90%
78 y4
77%

Sale
80%
78%

91

92%

93

92

—

—

Mar

3

93

Mar

82 Va Mar

83%

92

—

(3% fixed

contingent interest)

contingent lnt)

Detroit Edison—
Gen & ref 3s ser H
1970
Gen St ref 2%s ser I
1982
Gen & ref M 2%s ser J-1986
Gen St ref 3%s ser K_1978

debs
1969
debentures
1971
Gen St ref M 2%s ser N-1984
Gen & ref 3ViS ser O—1980
Detroit St Mackinac Ry—
1st lien 4s
1995
conv

conv

1995

gold 4s

Detr Term St Tun 1st 4%«_1M1
Detroit Toledo St Ironton RR
2 Vis series B
1976
Diamond Gardner 4s debS-1983
4s conv subord debs
1977
5s s f debentures
1978
Dow Chem Co 2.35s debs-1961

3s conv subord debs

1989

Dresser Industries Inc—
4 Vis conv subord debs

1977"
Duquesne Lt 1st mtge 2%s_1977
1st mortgage 2%s
1979
:
1st mortgage 2%s
.1980
1st mortgage 3%s
1983
1st mortgage 3Vis
1986
1st mortgage 3%s
1988
1st mortgage 4Vis
1989
5s s f debentures
2010

J?

r

74%
85 y2

A
"A

3

3

84

Mar 15

Jan

92

Jan

19

93

Mar" 3

80% Jan 23

84

Mar 15

17

92

78%
77
—

M-S
M-N

Jan

18

Feb

7

80

Feb

7

8
8

88 Vi Jan
76
Jan

92

Mar

8

76
Feb
85% Jan
198 y» Jan

85% Mar 15

—

Sale
81

90% Mar 1
79 Vi Mar 29

92

78%
91%

90% Mar

8

91

Mar" 6

MarlO
Mar 9
Mar 15

170

Mar" 20

176%
78

85%

85

87%

—

70

66%
100 y8

M-S
A-O

68%
92

76

F- A
A-O
M-N
3-J

77%
86 y8
98%

Sale
Sale
99 y8

173%

Sale

92%

Sale
82%

__

Sale

66%
99%

Sale

83%
88 y4
97%
104

93%

Sale

97%

Sale

99%

83

Sale

82
78

83
89 34
99 A

Sale
Sale

Sale

174

...

_..

——

88 y2
87%

-

■'

90%
88%
92%

—

90%

93
92
94 y2
Sale

99%
105 Va

105

■'

■

87%

162
78
88

70% Mar 27
Sale

81% Mar 27
89.
Mar 10

152
78
85

Jan

3
4
7
20
31
12
10
10

70% Mar 27

70

Jan

17

Mar

79% Mar

99%

Mar~2~8

93'/a

Mar~13

93 y2 Mar 13

80
Mar 14
88
Mar 7
99 y8 Mar 1
173
Mar 27

84% Mar 29

68 %
—

81
89
99 Va
176

____

"

—_

70

66%
99%
68 y2
92

—

81

"

86%

.

70

J-D
J-D
M-N

M-S
F-A
A-O
F-A
M-S
A-O
A-O
M-S
M-S

81

82

91%
97

—

—

_

97

—

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
__

„

95 y4

Sale

96%

101%

J-J -

Sale

my2

J-J

Elgin Jol & East 3%s A-.1970
El Paso St S W 1st St ref 5s_1865

M-S

85%

A-O

101%

A-O

100

Apr

26

Sale

40
40

95
47%
45

23%

Sale

_

20,000
210,000
131,000

469,000

a5s Income deb—Jan 1 2020

M-N
---

104%
86 Ve

102

Sale

97 y2 Mar
82 y4 Mar

1

20

100 tV;

Mar"

9

90
Mar 27
899 Vi Mar 6
183
Mar 2
100

Mar 24

83% Mar

7

94%
100
—

__

Sale

86%

Sale

87

88% Mar 6
92 y2 Mar 29
97
Mar 29
105 % Mar 10

88% Mar 6
92% Mar 29
99y4 Mar 1

105% Mar 10

96% Mar

9

97

lliy2 Mar

1

115

100

86%
101

100
—

Jan
Jan

66% Feb
9
49% Mar 28

79% Mar 8
78 % Reb 28
91
Feb 28
198 Va Jan 31
170
Mar 20
81% Mar 27
89

Mar 10

70% Mar 27
66% Feb
9
100y2 Jan 18

Jan 13

93% Mar 13

Jan
3
Jan
4
98% Jan
4
167
Jan 20

90 Va Feb 14
100
Jan 25
183
Mar 2

92
77
86

92% Jan

3

81

4

Jan

84% Mar 29

100

Mar 24
7

83% Mar

-r

93
92

113%
105

101

99%

—

Sale
~

85%2Mar 15

83

80

84 y8 Mar 27

89

■

153
156
77 y8

M-S

1st mtge St coll tr 3V4S-1965
Corp—
5s conv subord debs
-1973
Ed El 111 N Y 1st cons 58-1995

5s stamped
1965
Railroad Co—
Gen M inc 4%s A Jan 9015
1st cons mtge 3 V4s ser B-1994
1st cons mtge 3 Vis ser F-1B90
1st cons mtge 3 Vis ser G-2000

2,000

77

West—

Eastern Stainless Steel

198,000

Jan~17

__

Eastern Gas St Fuel Associates

30,000

84% Jan 10

.

Douglas Aircraft Co Inc—
952,000
289,000

58% Jan 24

'

§0%

A Second

54% Feb 15
45 y4 Mar 13
86
Feb 10

46%

J-3

314 s
3%s

49 y4 Jan 24
45
Jan
9

62»/8 Mar 13
25% Mar 2

Denver St Salt Lake—
Inc mtge (3% fixed

137,000
9,000

47% Jan 11

2
24Vi Mar 27

„

3

86% Mar 3
101 Vi Mar 21
100 Vi Mar
6

Mar 28

59% Mar

86

5
5

Mar 17

96% Mar

62 y8 Mar 13
28
Jan 11

62
25%

45 y4 Mar 13
85
Mar 28

Jan

93

23% Mar 27

60 Vi
24%

1% contingent lnt)__199»
Inc mtge series A <4%%

1%

95

97% Jan

60%

45
85

Sale
Prices

Mar 17
Jan 18
85 y8 Mar 1

46

45
86

1
Highest

93
95

25%

90 y8

70,000

Mar 17

88
100% 101
100
Sale
86

99%

Sale
Prices

Sale

Prices

44

46%

83%
75%

A-O
3-D

92 y4
95V4

J-D

Denver Sc Rio Gr
1st mtge ser A

43,000

3Ves_1977
2%s_1980
3%a_1984
3%S.1988

„

59%

50
*

or

Ask

25

63
—

—

M-N

RANGE SINCE JAN.
Lowest
Sale
Prices

Highest

51%

57%
26 y4

Af-N

Bid

96
Sale

Pennsylvania division
12,000
1,000

Closing

or

Ask

95%
85 y8
99%
99 %

95

BONDS

-PRICES IN MARCH
March 30
Lowest

Price Jan. 3,
1961

—

—

Mar~13
Mar

8

99% Mar 28

86%

Mar

9

Mar 20

Mar"30

101
Mar 8
99 Vi Mar 28

3
88% Feb
6
88 y4 Feb
89% Jan 17
97
Jan 17
104% Jan
9

95y4 Jan

3
3

101

Jan

104
86
101
99%

Feb 10
Feb 16
Feb
1
Jan
9

88 y2 Feb
3
88% Mar 6
92% Mar 29
100
Feb 27
105 % Jan 24

99
115

Feb

16

Mar 20

Feb 10
86% Mar 30
101% Jan 12
104

101

Jan

6

Erie

363,000

122,00

Ohio Div 1st M 3%s
1971
Fansteel Metallurgical Corp—
4Vis conv subord debs—1978
Firestone Tire Ac Rubber—

A-O
J-3
J-3
A-O

M-S

31,000

-1779

3 Vis debentures

—1977

92,000

99%

M-N
J-J
M-N

3s debentures

1961

.

tAFlorida East Coast—

239,000

122

A-O

2%s debentures

161,000

—

84
88%

124

Vi
42%
23 y8
80%
43

Sale
81%

26%

Sale

25% Mar 16

78

82

47 v2

40 Vi
39%
24

47%
Sale

78
Mar 9
39
Mar 20
39 y4 Mar 30

Sale

23 Va Mar

—

137

43%
Sale

131

1

Mar 10

44% Mar 3
42 % Mar 3
25 % Mar 22

Mar

3

100% Mar

1

138

Sale

100

Sale

99 ii 100%

9931 Mar

88%

90

84
90

Sale

88% Mar lO

90 y8

67%

Sale

68

68%

67y2 Mar

69% Mar 22

44%

Sale

38%

40%

37% Mar 16

109%

Sale
Sale

84
—

25 y2 Mar 16

29% Jan 11

78
Mar 9
39
Mar 20
39 y4 Mar 30

84
Jan 11
44% Mar 3

23'/a Jan

3

27% Jan 20

Jan

4

138

99% Jan

3

100% Feb 28

—

134

28% Mar 23
81% Mar 7

137

Sale

-

1st mtge 5s series A
2011
2nd mortgage 5 Vis conv
income series A
2011_

26%

6

Mario

121

4s conv subord debs—1979
Foremost Dairies 4Vis
1980
Fort Worth & Denver

—1st

J-3

—

J-3

—

_

1

44% Mar

1

Sale

A-O
3-J

99
91

M-N

88

91

129

131

—

92

112

93%

Sale
Sale

—1989

90 Va

66% Feb

70y2 Jan 30

8

41% Jan 20

113% Mar 23

—

—

—

126

130

142

47

Mar
Mar

1

1

94

Mar

i

4Vis

conv

subord debs

1976

A-O

24,000
32,000

270,000
18,000

4Vis conv subord debs 1984
Gen Amer Transportation—
4s conv subord debs—
1981
General Cigar Co 6Vis
Gen Electric 3Vis debs

1987
1976

General Foods Corp 3%s_1976

Sale

102

209
'
100
94
92 Va

Sale
Sale
Sale
93

223

M-S

100 A

95%
89 Vi
90 Vi
89%
103 y2
92 y4
102 Vi
103 Vi
98%

Sale
Sale

100-&

J-J

90%

92%
92 */2
92%

97

M-N
M-N
J-D
M-N
J-J

-

103%
94

92%

General Motors Accept Corp—

12,949,000
238,000

3Vis debentures——:
1961
2Vis debentures ——1964

244,000
458,000

3s debentures
1969
3Vis debentures
1972
3Vis debentures
1975
5s debentures
1977
4s debentures
1979
5s debentures
1980
5s debentures
1981
4%s debentures
—,—1982
4Vis debentures
1983
Gen Motors Corp 3 Vis—-1979

392,000
346,000
499,000
636,000
240,000
1,596,000
672,000
176,000

-

745,000
1,029,000

856,000

General Shoe 3.30s debs—1980
General Telephone Corp—
4s conv debentures
—1971

4Vis

conv debs
General Time Corp—

4Vis

conv

subord debs

1977

90,000

GUdden Co 4%s debs
1983
Goodrich (B F)Co 2%S—1965
4Vis s f debentures
1985
Grace

3,149,000

(W R)

M-S
M-S
Af-S
M-S

Af-S
J-3
M-S

—

6

150

Mar 17

101% Mar 29

104

Mar

210
102

222
104
95

Mar 22
Mar 14
Mar 29

136

Mar

M-N
J-D

A-O
M-N
Af-N
M-N

3Vis conv subord debs—1078

15-

M-N

230
Sale

Sale
——..

102%

Sale

212
102
95

93

104

Mar 29
Mar 23

Sale

93% Mar

2

Sale

92% Mar

7

Mar

3
3

Sale
Sale.

100 A

Sale

lOOVi

96%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

90%
92%
91%
1041/2
95 Vi
103 y8

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

104

Sale

99%
89 Vi

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

105
96

104%
104 Va

101

89%

90

Sale
Sale

90

90%

95 y2 Mar
90% Mar
92% Mar
Mar
.1.91
104% Mar
95 Va Mar
103
Mar
Mar
104
99% Mar
99 y8 Mar
Mar
90

99%

30
30

7

93% Mar 17
100II Mar
97% Mar
92% Mar

93% Mar

16
27

93% Mar
105% Mar

24
29

Mar
104% Mar

10
21

104% Mar
101% Mar
100% Mar 17
90% Mar 13

21
2

98

103% 104%
175
176
99 y2
92%

Sale
184

Sale
—

95
95%
100 Vi 101 y4

St Co—

For footnotes, see page




M-S
F-.4

1979

General Tire St Rub 4Vis_198l

5,000
22,000

3-J
M-S

96 Va

Sale

94%

Sale

176

187y2
107

94%
102%
95%
104

115%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Mar

6

195

182 % Mar

8

190
200

Mar 10
Mar 10

Sale

116%

Sale

104% Mar

6

121

Mar 17

103

134y8Mar30

__

182%

174

113 % Mar 23
94
Mar 1

3
5

Jan

6

92

Feb 23

129% Jan

4

150

Mar 17

95% Jan 10

102

Feb 17

102%

102% Mar

104%

103%

Sale

Sale

133%

Sale

113

96

208
100

Jan
Jan

93% Feb

3
3
8

92% Jan 25
100 A Feb
95% Jan
89% Jan
89% Jan
88% Jan
103% Jan
91% Jan
102% Jan
103% Jan
98 y8 Jan
99 y8 Mar
89 y4 Jan
Jan
82

23
5

16
4
4

3
5
4
4
4
21

25
19

168
Jan 20
173% Jan 24

98 y4 Jan

3

Feb 16
Mar 14
Mar 29
93% Mar 17

227
104
95

100%
97%
92 %
93 y2
93%

Jan

105

Jan

Mar

17
9

Feb 28

Mar 1
Mar 7
105% Jan 27
98
Mar 7
104% Jan 23
12

101% Feb 27
100% Mar 17
90% Mar 13
82
Jan 19
Mar 10

190
200

Mar 10

121

Mar 17

95

3
94% Mar 30
103 y2 Mar 30

„

2

Jan
Jan

Gen Amer Oil Co of Texas—

342,000

Feb

99
91

Gardner-Denver Co—

23,000

Mar"30

88% Jan "19

88

109
92

Ry Oo—

mortgage 4Vis

Feb 28

i

Food Fair Stores Ino—

947,000
40,000

43% Feb 24

96

—

Sale

Mar

1

Mar 24
Mar 30
104% Mar 6
96

101 Va Jan 12
94% Mar 30
101
Jan 10
94 y4 Jan

3

103
Mar 24
96
Jan 27
104% Feb 21

134 y8 Mar 30

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

April, 1961
Sale* tor
March
Value

Stock Exchange

9

BONDS

720,000

New York

Grand
4 Vis
Great
Gen

Union Co—
subord debs
Northern Ry—
conv

Price Jan. 3,
1961
Interest Opening or
Bid
Ask
Period

1978

J-J

mtge 5s series C
1973
4Vis series D-1976
3Vis series N-1B90
Gen mtge 3 Vis series 0-2000
Gen mtge 2%s series P.1982

J-J
J-J

Sale
Sale
Sale

65%
61%

J-J

65%
56%

1,000

Gen Mtge 2%s series Q.2010
Great Western Financial—
5s conv subord debs
1974
Gulf Mobile & Ohio RR—
Gen M inc 5s A
July 2015
Gen mtge inc 4s B-J&n 2044
1st & ref 3%s ser G
1980
5s Income debs ser A
2056
Gulf States Utll 2%s
1978
1st mortgage 3s
1978
3s debentures
1969
1st mortgage 2%s
1979
1st mortgage 2%a
1980
1st mortgage 3%s
1981
1st mortgage 3 Vis
1982
1st mortgage 3%*
1983
riackensack Water 2%a
1976
Hertz Corp—
4s conv subord debs—_1970

3,000

Hocking Valley 1st 4 Vis—1999

103%

103 Vi
95 ys

J-J

118%

15,000
20,000
20,000
6,000

15,000
23,000
587,000

3,000
153,000
11,000
118,000

7,000

262,000
137,000
15,000

48,000
37,000
67,000
16,000
23,000
58,000

788,000
193,000
57,000

Gen mtge
Gen mtge

Hooker Chemical Co—
5s conv subord debs
1984
Hotel Corp of America—
Cs conv coll tr debs
1972
Household Finance 2%s
1970
4 Vis debentures
1968
4s s f debentures
1978

f debentures
1977
4%s s f debentures
1984
4%s debentures
1981
5s s f debentures
1982
tHudson St Manhattan—
•A 1st St ref 5s A
1957
•AAdJust Inc 5s
Feb 1951
Illinois Bell Tel 2%s ser A.1981
4 Vis

1st

10,000

1,000

12,000

78,000
3,000
56,000
50,000
51,000
103,000
138,000

681,000
5,000
10,000

1,000

s

mtge 3s series B

Illinois
Cons
Cons
Cons

1978

J-J
J-J

J-D

Apr
Apr

54%

M-N
J-D
M- N
A-O

—

99%

71%

67 Yb

_

56%

Sale
58%

Sale

68 y2

: ve
£7

62

78%
71
87

168

—

Sale
81
81

56 y4
84 y8
63 y2

80

86

79
84

77%

—

Sale
Sale
Sale
__

79%

II

J-J

94 "

"

95%

M-S

114%

J-J

J-J

J-J
M-S
J-D
J-J
J-J
J-J
J-J

105%

79

Sale

111

__

87%

120

89'%

__

99
91% 93
99 y« 100 V*
97
102
103
101%
_

Jan

12

103 y2 Mar 20
99% Mar 6
70
Mar 3
66
Mar 9

103% Mar 24
101
Mar 27

103% Jan

Sale
72
69

3
3
3
5

103% Jan 26
101
Mar 27
72
Mar 9
66 % Mar 24

68 y2
56%

59

66% Jan 23
56% Feb 10

68% Mar 20
56% Mar 27

103 Vi
101

188

Sale

70%
54%
84%

Mar

Sale
65%

72
Mar 9
66 Vi Mar 24

-

1

68 Vi Mar 20

56% Mar 27

1

202% Mar 10

138 Va Jan

3

202 Va Mar 10

68% Mar 1
54% Mar 30
84 Ya Mar 17
63 Va Mar 2

70
Mar 9
57
Mar 8
84% Mar 24
65% Mar 28

68% Jan

5

80% Feb 17

70'% Jan 18
57
Mar 8
84% Mar 24
65% Mar 28
80 V2 Feb 17

92%

Mar~23

92% Mar 23

77%

jan~27

78
Jan
85»/4 Jan

11

Jan

13

164

Mar

92%
79%

76

92 y2 Mar 23

92% Mar 23

78%

85 y« Jan

12,000
9,000

6

Jan

13

81

Mar 14
Jan
4

368

A__1979
B 1979
C
1974

81

77

368

Mar 14
96% Mar 20

96

97%

368
Mar 14
95% Mar 6

368

98 y2

Sale

128

Sale

120

129

Sale

Sale

93
__

105%

70
11

Sale
Sale

77%
81%

Sale
83

81
85

Sale

M-N

83%

85

83%

M-N
M-N

83 y«
83
77
74 y2
72

Mar

122% Sale
89 Vi
98 Vi
94 y4
97 V* 101
100
101%
102% 102%
101% 104%

110
89
99
93
100%
101 %

Sale
Sale
Sale

67
10
78%
85

__

—

T00% 101
100%

Sale
Sale

69%
11%
78%
82%

103%
104

88

1

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

1
14
3

2
23
8
14
16

94

71
12Vi
82
85

4

129

Mar 17

125

Mar 13

89%
100
94%
101%
102
105
105 Vi

Mar 6
Mar 8
Mar 15
Feb 23
Mar 8
Mar 7
Feb 27

113% Jan

1984
1980
x-1989
3 Vis s f debentures
1980
Indianapolis Union Ry Co—
2Vis series C
1986

J-J
F-A
M-S
J-J

Inland Steel Co 3%s deb_1972
1st mtge 3.20s ser I
1982
1st mtge 3 Vis series J
1981
1st mtge 4Vis ser K
1987
1st mtge 4Vis ser L
1989
International Harvester Credit

M-S
M-S
J-J
J-J
F-A

F

4Vis debs series A
1979
4Vis debentures ser B-1981
Internatl Minerals St Chem—
3.65s subor debs (conv)_1977
International Tel St Tel—
4Vis conv subord debs
1983

Interstate Oil Pipe Line—
3Vis s f debs ser A
1977
4 Vis s f debentures
1987
Interstate Power Co 3%s_1978
1st mortgage 3s___
1980

J-D

75

_

—

83
77
77
72
75

74%
72
75

—

66
215
85
89%
87%
98% 100%
_

—

_

97

102%
101
67
9%
77%
82 y2

.

,,

__

.

99% 101%

89 y8

90

101% 102%
102% Sale

86%
91 Vi
102

102%

90

Sale
Sale

99% 102
102% Sale

86 'A
90
102
102 Vi

1

104

101% Mar

2

102 Vi Mar 30

103
Mar
103% Mar

8
8

7

Mar 29

Sale

102%

Sale

102

Sale

101

Mar

2

104% Mar

256

Sale

294

Sale

320

Sale

288

Mar

8

325

M-S
J-J
J-J

J-J

88%
96%
— —

—

98 y8

96

—-

98%

98% Mar

90

■

6

'
,

.

79

99 Vi

Sale

97% Mar

82

Sale

98%

79%

80

88

90

88 y„

89

96

A-O
J-D

95%
72
81

100%
72

J-D
J-D

78
77

95

subord debs_1982

A-O

Jersey Cent P & Lt 2%s__1976
Joy Manufacturing 3%s
1975

M-S

78%

M-S
M-S

conv

Royal Dutch Airlines—
4Vis conv subord debs
1979
Kanawha & Mich Ry 4s
1990
Kansas City Pr St Lt 2Vis. 1978
1st mortgage 2Vis
1978
1st mortgage 2Vis
1980
Kansas City Southern Ry—
1st mtge 3 Vis ser C
1984
Kansas Cy Term Ry 2%s_1974
Kayser-Roth Corporation—
5 Vis conv subord debs—1980
Kentucky Central 1st 4s 1987
Kimberly-Clark Corp 3Vis 1983
Kings Co El Lt & Pwr fls_1997
Koppers Co 1st mtge 3s 1964
Lakefront Dock & RR Term Co

Sale

—

2^665
iT665
2,000
1,879,000
3,000
25,000

81%

9
4

Feb 27
103Vi Mar 8

90

Jan

3

104% Mar

241

Jan

4

325

86% Jan
96% Jan

6

5
6

79%

—

81%

J-D

80

A-O

78%

J-J
J-J
J-J
A-O

103%

Sale

78%
93%

85
Sale

A-O

99

Sale

73

81%
Sale

—

84
80
81

83

80 Y* Mar

82

83%

82

78%

118y« 123
96% Sale

Sale
77% 89%
92% 94%
118% 123
129

97%

—

149%
77%
92

123
97

Sale
94 Vi

99

-

_L_

...

.

13

100

Mar 17

83
Mar 10
90 Vi Mar 7

95% Jan

102% Mar

6

6

'

_

——

,

84

Mar 13

84

6

—

■

m

89%

98 V2 Mar

79% Jan 13
89 Vi Mar 14

6

102% Mar

83

—

87% Mar 17

Mar 24

93 y4 Feb

'

81

78%

Mar 29

79

Mar 17

83
Mar 10
90 Vi Mar 7

7

Mar 24

100

7

98% Mar 27

Sale

80

103

_

79

89 Vi Mar 14

81%

82%

m

102% Mar 13
104
Mar 22

Jan

99

K L M

348,000

86 y4 Mar 13
90
Mar 9

7

Jan 11
Jan 25
5
Jan

Mar 24

Mar 27

80

Feb

79

Mar 24

—

__

—

M

—

79

—

—

—

100% Jan

87% Mar 17

98 y2 Mar

69

—

87% Mar 17

87

86%

98%

85%
87%
99%
100%

Mar 22

Mar

90

104

Mar 30
Mar 6

—

86 Vi Mar 13
90
Mar 9
102% Mar 13

Mar 13
Mar 9
Mar 27

J-J

103

—

_____

_

99% Sale
99% 100%

M-N

101% 103

77
72

_____

_______

F-A

M-N

Mar 30
Mar 6

..

.

66

66

2

85% Feb 13
83
Feb 13

—

—

_

85

6

Mar

—

Feb

85

85% Feb 13

„

—

4
3
4

9
Jan 20
Feb 13

77
72

Mar 30
Mar 6

77
72

Mar 30

77
72

Sale

74% Jan 30
13y8 Feb
1
82
Mar
8

9

Mar
Jan
Jan
Jan

84% Mar

■

Mll

.

Jan
Jan
Jan

85
83

9

_

5
5
16
11

99% Jan

Mar 2
Mar 29
Mar 8
Mar 1

84% Mar

9

Mar 14

96 Vi Mar 20

106% Jan 10
4
87% Jan
97% Feb 20
Jan 31
92

Mar 17

125
Mar 13
89 Vi Mar 6
100
Mar 8
94% Mar 15
Mar 16
101
Mar 8
102
Mar 7
105
104 Vi Mar 6

Mar 9
Mar 15
Mar 30
Mar 1

84% Mar

84
84

83 y8
83
77

:

6

_77y2

Central RR—

mortgage 3%s
mortgage 3%s
mtge 3%s ser
Cons mtge 3%s ser
1st mtge 3 Vis ser G
1st mtge 3%s ser H

4 Vis

54Vi Mar 30
84 Ya Jan 10
60% Jan
5

82 %

I T E Circuit Breaker—

380,000

95 Ya Jan
65% Jan
61 y4 Jan

8

67yaMar
56Va Mar

__

65

73 Vi
10%

F- A
A-O
J-J
J-D

9

110

__

103
103

132% Mar

132Vi Mar 9

80

93

—

Sale
Prices

1

Sale

77

M-S

76
83

Prices

prices

117

82%

77%

M-N
J-D
J-D

Sale

Sale

129 %

71%

—

87

—

Ask

Highest

Lowest
Sale
Trices

Highest

67 y<

Sale

—

84 y8

J-J
J-D
J-D

Bid

97
68 Ve
65

138 y2

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

-PRICES IN MARCHMarch 30
Lowest
Sale
Closing or

March 1
Opening or
Bid
Ask

114%

111

11

BONDS

—

Mar 13

82

Feb

7

84

Mar 13

3

80% Mar

________

lm

82

Mar 23

80% Mar

3

80V4 Mar

3^

Mar 23

80

Jan

129

156

1

Mar

_ __

___

___ _

an"

123
97

4
102% Jan
77% Jan 23

.

—

-

-in

.

—

123

Mar 3
Mar 27

—

—

Mar 10

Mar

97% Mar

3
8

Mar 23

82

4

—

3

156
78%
94 Vi
123
97%

Jan 19
Jan 30
3
96% Jan

92
123

Mar
Jan
Jan
Jan
Mar

10

10
27
30
8

■

64,000

13,000
11,000
7.000

46,000
95.000

70,000
42,000
10,000
284,000

103,000
42,000
24,000

1st s I 3Vis series A
1968
Lake Sh St Mich So 3Vis__1997

Lehigh Coal & Nav 3%s__1970
Lehigh Valley Coal—
1st & ref 5s stamped
1964
1st St ref 5s stamped
1974
Lehigh Valley Harbor Term—
1st mtge 5s extended
1984
Lehigh Valley Ry Co (N Y) —
1st mtge 4Vis extended 1974
Lehigh Valley RR Co—
Gen consol mtge bonds
Ser A 4s fixed lnt
2003
Ser B 4Vis fixed int__2003
Ser C 5s fixed lnt
2003
ASer D 4s cont lnt
2003
ASer E 4Vis cont lnt
2003
ASer F 5s cont lnt
2003
Lehigh Valley Term Ry 5s
19
Lexington St Eastern 5s
1965

J-D
J-D
A-O

91%
60 y2
87%

F-A
F-A

95
80 Va

85

84%

F-A

58%

Sale

61%

J-J

53 Va

56%

M-N
M-N
M-N

49%
48%

5

55

May
May

31%

May

34%

33

A-O
A-O

60
100

J-D

107

A-O
M-N

107%

M-N
M-N
A-O

119

62%

91%
61%

Sale

87%

62%

91%
61%
87%

——

Sale
—

1,112,000
2,000
2,797,000
30,000

12,000
19,000
52,000

debs
1976
Corp—
5Vis conv subord debs—1980
Little Miami gen 4s ser A.1962
Lockheed Aircraft Corp—
3.75s subor debentures_1980
4.50s debentures
1976
Lone Star Gas 4Vis
1982

5s conv s f
Lionel (The)

Long Island Lighting Co—
1st mtge 3Vis series D
1976
Lorillard (P) Co 3s debs
1963
3s

ii~6oo

For footnotes, see page




1976

debentures

1978

3Vis debentures

15.

J-D
A-O
M-S
A-O

96%

87%
94%

62% Mar 28
88
Jan 13

Mar 30
84% Mar 22

97% Mar 27

97
Feb
80% Jan

1
5

97% Mar 27
85% Feb
6

56 Ys Jan 26

64 Vi Mar 23

61%

Mar~30

87 % Mar

2

Sale
84%

97

Sale

63%

Sale

61

Mar 15

64 Yb Mar 23

62

Sale

60

61%

60

Mar 13

62

48%
49%

51%

50 Ye

53

48% Mar

60

56

60

Sale
Sale

32
33

Sale
Sale

34%

Sale
34%
35%

97
—

51

55%
32

Sale

34%
39

62%
102

Sale

Sale

110

Sale

Sale

112% 114
97%
144

182

—

—

Sale
Sale

98%

90%
100%

91%

93%

62%
102

—

Sale

99%
81 y4
91%

-n -

'

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

Mar
Mar

Mar

1

54 y8 Jan

54% Mar 23

6
3
7
1
3

56
60

48

8
2
-

Mar

1

54% Mar
56
Mar
60
Mar
37% Mar
39
Mar

23

62

5

Jan 20

48% Feb 20

Mar 23
Mar 7

-

23
7
16

102

Jan 31
4
Jan
9
Jan
6
Jan
4
Jan
Jan 31

102

Jan 31

Jan

3

122

Mar 22

55%
30
31%
32%
58%

37% Mar 16
39
Mar 16
42% Mar 22
62 y2 Mar
1

—

—

Mar 10

—

16

42% Mar 22
63 y4 Feb 21

Sale

109% Mar

7

122

Mar 22

107

Sale

1
7

Mar 21

98%

112y2 Mar
97% Mar

131

97%

Sale
92

104 y2 Jan 12
97 Vi Mar 7

131
Mar 21
97 Ya Mar 7

3

188% Mar 30
93
Mar 15
101% Mar 10

117

Sale

92

98% 102
Sale

92
99
—.

49
60
32
33
35 %,
61

85

128 y4

92

96%
81 y4
91

60% Jan 23
3
87 ya Jan

80

97

LIbby McNeil St Llbby—
1,813,000

62y4 Mar"28
87% Mar 15

•

99 y4

81%
91%

93

142
Mar 7
90 Ya Mar 2
99
Mar 29
92
Mar
98 Yb Mar
__

'

_

9iy4 Mar

97Ys Mar

7

188% Mar 30
93
Mar 15
101 Vi Mar 10

9

92

Mar

99 y8 Mar

8

IT.,

91% Mar 27

_

■

91% Jan
96% Jan

6

—

Jan

3
87% Jan
99
Mar 29

9

2

119

4
3

92
Mar
99 Yb Mar

9iy4 Jan

6

91% Mar 27

9
8

-

NEW YORK STOCK

12
fifties for

New York

March
Value

£55o

Louisville 6c Nashville RR—
1st <Ss ref M 3%s ser F-2003
1st & ref M 2%s ser G.2003
1st & ref M 3%s ser H-2003
1st & ref M 3%s ser I__2003
St Louis Div 2d gold 3s_1980
Louisville Gas & El 2%s_1979

10,000

£ooo
1,000
320,000

218^000
36,000

19®1
Interest Opening or
Period Bid
Ask

Stock Exchange
onxmc
BUNDS

$

7,000.
5,000
23,000
3,000

Price Jan. 8,

1st
1st

mortgage 3yaS
1982
mortgage 3%s—,—1984

1987
1990

1st mortgage 47/aS
1st mortgage 47/aS
Mack Trucks Inc 5%s

72
63

A-O
A-O
A-O
A-O

__

__

Af-S
M-N

77

70
79%
72%

—

F-A
M-S
A-O

68

Opening or
Bid

_

—

103 %
104 105

1968

M-S

102 %

Sale

Macy (R H) A Co 2%s
1972
5s conv subord deba____1977
Maine Central RR 5%s
1878

M-N
F-A

83 V*

144

Sale

F-A

80

85

Sale

68 Va

70

63
79

63%

_

72%
68%

_

__

78

105

_

102%
83%

Sale
_

Sale

160
82 Ye

84

Martin Co—

147,000
15,000

31,000
548,000
2,000
4,000

662,000
6,000

16,000

21,000
65,000

2,000

2~000
3,000

24,000
757,000

1,000

72,000
54,000
88,000
33,000

28,000

245,000
1,715,000
603,000
767,000

M-N
J-J

J-J

69%

Sale

Metropolitan Edison 3%S-1974
1st mortgage 2%s_.
1980
Michigan Bell Tel 3%s
1988
4%s debentures
1991
Michigan Central RR—
Ref A lmpt 4%s ser 0—1979
Michigan Cons Gas 3%s
1968
1st mortgage 2%s
1968
1st mortgage 3%s
1969
37/aS debentures
1967
Minneapolis-Roneywell Reg

M-N

81

83%

J-J

95%

1978
197J
Minneapolis & St Louis Ry—

F-A
A-O

94

95
88% 94

95%

M-N

83

3%s s I debentures
3.10s s f debentures

1st mortgage 6s
Minn St P A S Ste

1985

85%

F-A

100%

—

100%

F-A
Af-S

M-S

96% Sale
85%
100
102
_

F-A

—

74

A-O

April
Af-S

209,000
100,000
149,000
649,000
157,000

Montgomery Ward Credit Corp
4%s debentures
1980
4%s debentures
1981
5 Vis subord debs
1981
Morris A Essex 1st 3%S-_2000

10,000

2%s debentures
1986
3 Vis debentures
1978
NAFI Corporation—
5 Vis conv subord debs_1980
NbihvlUe Chattanooga & St
T.ouls 1st mtce 3s ser B-1986

14,000

National Cash Register—
4%s sf debentures

10,000

2,579,000

1985

Cylinder Gas Co—
5 Vis conv subord debs
1977
Nil I. Dairy Prod 2%s debs-1970
3s debentures
1970
3 Vis debentures
1976

10,000
70,000
13,000
16,000
50,000
99,000
~

592,000
13,000

National Distillers A Chem—
4Vis s f debentures
1983
Natl Distillers Prod 3%s__1974
Nalional Steel Corp 3%s__1982
1st mortgage 3%s
1986

82%
101%

86

4,000
10,000

131,000
121,000
89,000

14,000
4,000
5,000
49,000

18,000
22,000
48,000
3.743,000
984,000

2,000




99

85
95

88

_

99

97

Mar

7

82% Mar

2
94% Mar 24
85 y4 Mar 24

88

Vi Mar 22

95% Mar

9

Mar 15

78

76

Sale

49% Mar

76

80

77

65%

Sale

70%

17

19%

Sale
Sale

65% Mar 14

Sale

Sale
Sale

17

Mar

68%
68%

•

Mar 28

90% Mar

67%

Sale
Sale

72
71
63%
60 %
58 Ya

Sale
Sale

71%
70%

71

Mar 20

Sale
Sale

58%
55 y8
53

Sale
Sale
Sale

17%

62%
58%

Sale

Sale

57% Sale
94% 96%
91

—

96%
58%

—

50%

Sale
97%
Sale

7

Mar 15

—

—

—

—

105%
102%
103%

Sale

Sale
_

Sale
Sale

M-N
A-O

71%
80

73%

73
86

89

M-S

103

F-A

77

J-D

101

M-S

101%

85

Sale
—

102%
Sale

89% 90

J-D

Sale
88% 89%

Af-N
A-O

97%
88%

91

Sale
__

84% 86%
92
93 %
100% 101%
95%

78
82%

107 Va

89%
93 y8

89%
100%
88%
86 Va

Sale

Sale

100 3S2
81

Sale
Sale

87
80
75

Sale

F-A

54Vi

Sale

A-O

57
64%

Sale
Sale

59%
67y4
91%

Sale*
Sale
53

58

F-A

56%
51 %
52

52%
53 Va

J-D
A-O

83 % —
81
82

93%

85

80

83%
_

Sale

Y

85 %
56%
83
63 Vi

64%

70

—

10%

J-J

69%

Sale

_

75 %

73 y4
85 y8

_

Sale

122 y8

102 Va 105
108

89y4

109%
90%
__

89%
_

"

85%
92
104

120%

_

__

97
105

Sale

991&

Sale

si y8
86
78%
75

85
88%

83%

58% Mar 13
98y4 Mar 21

9

74 y4 Jan

53% Jan 25
94
Feb 24

57 y4 Jan

63

Mar

94% Jan 31

99

Jan 25
3
Jan

97
80

Mar 16
Mar 3

93
74

5

4
65% Jan
16% Feb 28

73
Feb
71% Feb

3
3

64% Jan

Jan
94% Jan

4

61% Jan 20
59% Jan 30

6

98% Feb 21

5

60

Mar

93

Mar 24

Jan

Mar 24
Mar 30

93
26

Mar 24
Mar 2

91
23

Jan 12
Mar 30

74 Vi Mar 10
86 y2 Mar 3

43% Mar 14

Jan
6
102% Mar 17
102% Mar 27
38% Jan
4

74% Mar 17
86% Mar 3

72% Jan 27
86% Mar 3

2

1

131

Mar 24

77

107% Mar

8

105

Mar

107%
89 Vi
93 Va
89

Mar 3
Mar 2
Mar 15
Mar 20

Mar

100

105% Feb 20

Mar 20

101
Jan
89 Ya Jan
90
Jan

4

110

89% Mar 1
93 y4 Mar 20
89 Va Mar 23

5

9
88% Jan 17
3
97% Jan
88% Jan 17
85
Jan 11
92% Jan 19

2

99 li Mar 17
79% Jan 17
83% Feb 17

3

78 Va Jan 18

100% Mar

Mar

1

Mar 1
88% Mar 20

82% Mar

3

82% Mar

81

101 Va Jan

18

56 y2
61
69
93 Va

Mar 10
Mar 17
Mar 10
Mar 7

54% Mar 16

56% Jan
3
51% Jan
5
52% Jan 16

82

83% Mar 10
81% Mar 15

83% Mar 10
81% Mar 15

83% Jan
81
Jan

29

Sale
Sale

——

62
85

55

Mar 27

58% Mar 29
66% Mar 29
91% Mar 1

90
56

Mar 24
Mar 23

54

90
60

6

Mar 16

Mar 24
Mar 10

69%
70

67% Mar 14

67% Mar 10

Sale
Sale

48
54

49

Mar 14

56

Mar 22

27%

Sale

22% Mar 13

29% Mar

10%

Sale

9% Mar 13

11% Mar

49
55

Jan 17
81% Jan 25

101

88% Mar 20
82% Mar 3

57 ye Jan 19
61
Mar 17
69
Mar 10
95
Feb
8

58% Mar

58

5

3

56% Mar 23
52y8 Mar 8
53% Mar 7

52%

Mar 27

101% Jan

54% Jan

Sale
Sale

56%
83
68
67%

121

Feb 27

83% Feb

58

83%
81%
89%

Mar 7
Mar 15
Feb 28
Mar 13

7

56%

82

101%
89%
87
97
104%

83% Feb

__

54

54%

Mar 20
90% Feb 24
93 y4 Mar 20
90
Feb 28

7

—

Sale
—

4

4

95% Jan
6
100% Jan 11

87

Jan

102% Jan

121
Mar 27
101% Mar 28

9911 Mar 17
81
Mar 1

8

8

1
7

Mar

Mar

77

Mar

111
100

74% Mar 17
86% Mar 3

4

77

1

Mar 29

Mar 1
Feb 24
Feb 21
Mar 14

Jan

Mar 24

103% Mar

96

105%
103%
104 y4
43 y4

6

131

8

101% Mar 7
89% Mar 15
86% Mar 13
97
Mar 13
104% Mar 1

100% Mar 3
88 y2 Mar 6
85 y2 Mar 21

27% Feb

2

98% Jan 13

Mar

105% Mar
110

3
3
19

4
4

57

104

Jan 30

707/s Mar 27
20 Va Mar 22

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan

2

1
3

2

68%
67
62 y4
58%
57 y4

Mar

105% Mar
103 Va Mar

7

Mar 15

48% Jan
4
91% Jan 18

60

86%

85 y2

84

1
1

3

76

1

103
Mar 20
102 Va Mar 17
102y4 Mar 27
40% Mar 20

77

Mar
Mar

Mar

16

90% Mar

53%

52

68

Sale

64
61

Jan

5

92

70
70

Sale

y4

72% Mar 10
71 y4 Mar 6

Mar 14
Feb 16

96
86

82% Jan

Sale

68

50

_

Mar 16
Mar 3
Mar 6
70% Mar 27
20 y8 Mar 22

85

95% Feb 16
92
Mar 28

Sale

70

53% 54

103%
100% 102%
103% Sale

2

82 y4 Mar 9
100% Mar 23

Jan 18
88% Jan
4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

89%

67%
47%

93

Mar

5

75% Mar 16
85
Feb 16

98

8

55%
59%
67%

Sale
Sale

—

48

26%

83%
81%

86%
—

82
85

Af-N

J-J

56 Va

23

101%

61
83

Af-N
May

83%
85%

Sale

24

89

111
100

80

58% Mar

101%

Sale

101%

70

89%

Sale

7oy4 Mar 14

58%

93%

104%

1

98%

—

87

Mar 24

Sale
Sale

_

96

1098

75 76%

Sale
Sale

77

57% Mar 21
54y4 Mar 21
52% Mar 21
96ys Mar 9

Sale

77

104y4 105

Cons 4s series A
Ref & iinpt 4%s ser

—

Sale

77

108

95%

41

51% Mar 29

94

93

93

25

6

Feb

94

77

75%
49

7

82
Jan 26
93% Jan
3
86
Jan 16
96

92

Sale

Mar

Feb 10

a

9
6

88%

7

Mar

98

Sale

4

82

85
Mar 14
95% Mar 1
85 V* Mar 24

3

88%

Jan

99

82% Mar 9
100% Mar 23

Mar

98

Mar

85 %

15.

83 Vi
94%

82

100% Mar 23

90

41%

J-J
J-J

101%

95% Mar

Sale

Af-N

82 Vi

80
100

Jan

107
Mar 10
90
Mar 16
103 y2 Feb
6

82% Feb

92

38%

J--D
A-O

68

2

—

M-N

Ref mtge 3%s series B-1980
Ref mtge 3s series P
1988
4%s inc debentures
1989
N Y Connect'g RR 2%s B—TB
N v A Harlem gold 3%s..2000
Mtge 4 s series A
2043
Mtge 4s series B
2043
N Y Lark A West 4s ser A 1073
Gtd 4%s series B
1973
N Y New Hav A Hartford RR
1st A ref M 4s ser A
2007
AGen M conv lnc 4%s A 2022
Harlem Rtv A Pt Chester
Tst mtge t%s ser A—__10T2

757/s Mar 30

70% Mar

88%

1977

For footnotes, see page

_

J-D

J -J
F-A

Jan 16

95%

1974

Cent A Hudson River—
Oen mortgage 3%s
1997
Lake Shore coll g3%a
1998
Mich Cent coll g 3%s
1998
New York Chic A St Louis—

101

91

Jersey Pwr A Lt 3s

N

103% Mar 13

74

Sale

A-O

Jan 18
Mar 16

99
97
80

100%

A-O

96
90

95
Mar 1
95% Mar 10

100 ii

2013

Mar 10
Mar 16

_

A-O
Af-S
J-J
F-A
Af-S

A

Mar 20

107
90

97
97
80

Af-N

lmpt 5s series C—2013
Collateral Trust 6s
1980

Sale

102

101% Mar 15
90
Mar 16
103 y2 Mar 13

96 y8

1961

Ref A

103

100% Mar 27

Sale
96%

3s debentures
1962
3s debentures
1874
New Jersey Bell Tel 3%s_1988
N .1 Junction gtd 1st 48
1986

719,000
781,000
504,000
131,000

100V< Feb 15

Feb 24
84% Mar 22
86y4 Feb
1

_

95

100

New

104

89 Ya

New Orl Terminal 3%s
New York Central RR—

2,000

100% Feb 2
83
Jan 23
86
Jan 12

94%

New

2,769,000

103% Mar 16
84% Mar 22

Sale
Sale
Sale

96
95

F-A

f debentures

Mar 30

83% Mar 13

80% Feb 23

_

85%

102

85

63

1977

s

86

106% Feb 28
105
Jan
9
104
Mar 17
83% Jan
3
172
Mar 28
85% Jan 27

103% Mar 7
104% Jan
5
100
Jan 24
83% Jan 3
140
Jan 16

172

Mar 21

M-N

England Tel 6c Tel—
1st gold 4%s series B

—

2
8

Mar 21
Mar 2

60

1980

5s

Sale

102%
83%

Mar
Mar

80
84

83

150

63

1988

mtge 4%s
National Tea Co—
3 %s subord conv debs

86

60%

M-N
J-D

1st

84%

Sale

29%

M-N

Sale

166

61%

24

J-D

8

Mar
Mar

—

56% 59%

F-A
April

J-D

Mar 28
Mar 21

Sale

103%
83 Vi

Mar
101% Mar

94

94

Natl

187,000
27,000
12,000

Mar 9
Mar 17

2
8

91%

91%

Mountain States Tel A Tel—

18,000

MaT~2

105
104

80
84

76%
51%
91%

74%
Sale

56

F-A
F-A

104%

9

Sale
86

Sale

MS

3-J

7

_

757/a
85%

Sale

86%

85

72
49%

May
May
A-O

2045

101
105

Sale

95%

Bale

103% Mar

82%

103%

82

-—

2
8

3

80
80

Sale

Mar
Mar

72% Mar

_

91

97

93%

80
84

105

68%

9
Mar 21
Mar

JAN. 1
Highest
Ssle
Prices

72
Jan 4
63 y4 Mar 9
1
79% Feb
8
72 y8 Feb
68% Jan 27
80
Mar 2
84
Mar 8

66% Jan 23
63
Jan
4
79
Feb 13
68
Jan 19
68% Jan 27

69
Mar 15
63 y4 Mar 9
79
Mar 9

68% Mar 20
63 Va Mar 15
70

__

73
85

Sale

Prices

79

104%
86

Sale

85%
102%

RANGE SINCE
Lowest
Sale
Prices

Highest

—

_

103%

BONDS

_

79
70

99% 103

_

81% 83

J-J

Af-S
Af-S
Af-S

_

__

99

95

J-D

April
April

4lis collateral trust
1976
Mohawk A Malone 1st 4s_1991
Monongahela Railway Co—
1st mtge 3 Vis series B
1966
Monon RR 6s
Jan 1 2007

15,000

__

2020
2030

4%s series A
4%s series B
5s income debs

4,012,000

86

85%
85%

1st mortgage 4s
1990 J-D
Missourt-Kansas-Texas RR— "VPrior lien 5s series A
1982
J-J
Prior lien 4s series B
1962 J-J
Prior lien 4%s series D.1B78
J-J
ACum adj 5s ser A_Jan 1967
A-O
5 %8 subord inc debs
2033 April
Missouri Pacific RR—
4 Vis series B
1990 J-J
4Vis series C
2005 J-J

964,000

83

F-A
Af-S

Marie—

Lit M 4%s lnc ser A-Jan 1971
AGen M 4s lnc A—Jan 1991
Minnesota Mln A Mfg 2%8_'<7
Mlssourl-Kansas-Tex Ry Co—

1,387,000

36,000
3,000

Sale

97%

"

101 Ya 102%

103
83

5%s ex warrants
1968
May Dpt Stores 2%s debs-1972
3%s s f debentures
1978
3 %s s f debentures
1980
May Stores Realty Corp—
Gen mtge 5s s f ser
1977
McDermott (J Ray) tc Co—
5s subord conv debs
1872
McKesson & Robbins 3%»__'78
4%s debentures
1980
Merritt-Chapman A Scott—
4%s conv subord deba_1975

69
70

80

82% II
104% 106%

—

-PRICES IN MARCHLowest
March 30
Sale
Closing or
Prices
Bid

__

72%

68%

F-A

March 1

EXCHANGE

68

Mar 21
Mar 14

Mar 10

68

2
2

Mar 10

56% Jan
3
63% Jan
5
91
Feb 24

87
56

5

58% Feb

2

Mar 16
54% Jan 20
54

84

Feb 16

6
Jan 27

81% Jan 17

Mar 23

62

64% Jan
65
Jan
47
Feb
53
Jan

90

Feb 16
Feb 17

10
10
15

64% Jan 10
87% Mar 10

13

57

52

Jan 24
Jan 23

22% Mar 13

30% Jan 25

9% Mar 13

13% Jan 23

68

Mar 10

68

Mar 10

Salei for
March
Value

New York
Stock Exchange

109,000
45,000
112,000
2,000

19,000

12,000
27,000
109,000
49,000
1,000
4,000

2,000

6,000
37,000
56.000
10,000

N Y Pwr & Light 2%t
1*75
N Y & Putnam 1st gtd 4s INS
tN Y Susquehanna Si Westn
Term 1st mtge 4s
1994
1st Si cons M 4s ser A
2004
AGen mtge 4%s ser A-2019
NY Telephone 2%s ser D-1982
Ref mtge 3Mis ser E
1978
Ref mtge 3s series F
1981
Ref mtge 3s series H—.1989
Ref mtge 3%s series I—1998
Ref mtge 4%s series J—1991
Ref mtge 4%s series K-1998

Niagara Mohawk Power Corp
General mtge 2%«
1980
General mtge 2%»
1980
General mtge 3 Vis
1983
General mtge 3%s
1983
General mtge 4%«
1987
Norfolk Si Western 1st 4S-1996
Northern Central Ry—
Gen <b ref 5s series A
1974
Gen Se ref 4%b ser A—1974
Northern Natural Gas
3%s s f debentures

3y«s s f debentures
3y«s debentures
4%s s f debentures

30,000
10,000

19,000

76,000
139,000
117,000
9,000

2,000
38,000

4%s
4%s

s
8

f debentures
f debentures

2,000
23,000

54,000

63
64

May

20
77%
83 Vi

J-J
F-A

63%

J-J
A-O
A-O
M-N
J-J

79 y*
76%

J-J

78%
79%
82%
83
103 Vi
93

A-O
A-O

F-A
M-S
A-O

80%
99
93

21%
85%
80%

81%
100 Vi

94%
79%
81%
—

Sale
94 Vi

1973

M -N

1973
1974

M-N
M-N
M-N

90%
88%
88
97%

Co—

1976

1977

1978

M-N
M-N

1982
1984
1986

M-S
J-J

1st

1988

4s

mortgage

1990

5s

1980

2%s

2%s_1975
mortgage 3Vis
1982
mortgage 3%»
—1988

1st
1st
1st mortgage 4Vis
1987
Olln Mathleson Chemical Corp
5 Vis conv subord debs—1982
5 Vis conv subord debs—1983

M-N
Af-S

3%t-lNI

4%s conv subord debs—1978
Gas Si Electric Co—
1st Sc ref 3Vis ser I
1966
1st & ref 3s ser J
1970
1st Si ref 3s ser BE
1971
1st Si ref 3s ser L
1974
1st St ref 3s ser M
1979
1st Si ref 3s ser N
1977
1st Si ref 2Vis ser P
1981
1st Si ret 2lis ser Q
1980
1st & ref M 3Vis ser R_1982
1st & ref M 3s ser S
1983
1st & ref M 2%s ser T-1976
1st Si ref M 3 Vis ser U-1985
1st 8s ref M 3 Vis ser W.1984
1st Si ref M 3Vis ser X-1984
1st Si ref M 3Vis ser Y-1987
1st & ref M 3Vis ser Z-198S
1st Ac ref M 4 Vis ser AA-1986
1st & ref M 5s ser BB—1989
1st & ref M 3Vis ser CC-1978
1st <te ref M 4Vis ser DD-1990
1st Si ref 5s series EE_1991
1st & ref 5Vis ser FF—1992
Pacific Tel & Tel 2Vis debs__'85
2%s debentures
1986
3yas debentures
1987
3%s debentures
1P78
3 Vis debentures
1983
3 Vis debentures
1981
3 Vis debentures
1991
4Vis debentures
1988
Pacific Western Oil 3 Vis—1964
Pan Amer World Alrwavs
4%s conv subord debs 1979

Owens-Illinois Glass
Oxford Paper Co—

J-D
J-J

_

Sale

—

97

_

Sale

101% 102%

101 Vi 105%

__

104

104
106

50,000
6,000
39,000
4,000

33,000
6,000
37,000
34,000

25,000
13,000
58,000
50,000

145,000
22,000
65,000
100,000
116,000
10,000
71,000
8,000

10,000
20,000
14,000
156,000
2,344,000
49,000

442,000
299,000
222,000

91,000
92,000
19,000
12,000
5,000
21,000

53,000

143,000

Pennsyl Pwr Si Light 3s—1975
Pennsylvania RR—
•General 4Vis series A—1965
General 5s series B——1968
General 4%s series D—1981
Gen mtge 4Vis series E_1984
Oen mtge 3Vis series F_1985
A Peoria St Eastn Ry 4s—1990
Pere Marquette Ry Co—
1st mtge 3Vis series D—1980
Phila Bait & Wash RR—
General 5s series B
1974
Opneral gold 4Vis ser C-1977
Philadelphia Electric Co—
1st & refunding
1st & refunding

14,000
3,000
9,000
5,000
3,000
22,000
29.000

1st <te
1st Sg

28,000
85,000

1st St

55,000




1st
1st
1st
1st
1st

&

<fe
Si
&

Si

84%

89%
Sale

..

55%
r ,

83%

-i'-

83%
96

89%

77%
98%
164

92% 96
105% 106

96

M*

PM*

99%
169

Sale

123%
75

86%

91
Sale

82

80 Ya

103

,

1

Sale
Sale

180
133
76
88

Mar

84

77% Mar

Mar 15

86

78% Feb

82% Mar 30
83 % Mar 17
87
Mar 20

81% Mar 1
82 Ve Jan 23
87
Jan 31

105
Mar 8
96% Mar 27

97%

MaiTli

Sale
__

101%

Mar~30

Sale

79

80%

98% Mar 30

103% Mar 21

3
7

Sale

94% Mar
92% Mar

105% Mar

3

—

75

......

80
80

83%

80

96

98
95

;

~

.

-

......'
--- 1-

Mar 24
Mar 27

81
98

Mar 13
Mar 27

96 Vi Mar 16

Mar 22
105% Mar 3
I,

....

__

_______

T,

.m.

106

Mar

8

'

_

Sale

176

Mar

Sale

133

„Mar

82%

Sale

78%
83

8

87% Mar 2
84
Mar 22

89% Mar

84% Mar28

85% Mar23

Mar 10

85

100%

100

Mar 21

118%

Sale

124%

1

129

Sale

1181/4 Mar
93 Vi Mar

1

J-D

124%
91 Vi

Sale
Sale
98

118% Mar

118%

7

129% Mar 21
94
Mar 9

A-O

107 yu

Sale

106

112

Sale

106 Vi Mar

8

114

91%

94
110

J-D
J-D
J-D
J-D

Sale
83%
78 Vi
80%
82%
81

81 y4

91%
Sale
Sale
85

89%

..

82 y8
82 Vi
77 Vi
79

98

97
90 Vi

86%

88
84
85

80Vi

82%
Sale
86%

83
83

J-D

79

J-D

81%

J-D
J-D
J-D
J-D
J-D
J-D
J-D
J-D
J-D
J-D

85

81'A

82

J-D
J-D

A-O
A-O
Af-S
M-S

M-iV
F-A
F-A

81%
84%
84%

80

105
92% Sale

99%
Sale

103

_

771/4
82 y«
Sale

85%
82 y8
87 %

F-A

93

58
92
Sale

86%
98 %
91%

■

"Sale

A-O

84

84%

J-D
J-D
A-O
J-J
J-J

97 y8

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

97%
72
71

55

103%
105% 106
94% 95%
103
Sale
105% Sale
104% 105
78%
Sale
79% Sale
83 Vi

80% Mar 7
82% Mar 1
85% Mar 17

82 Vi

Mar 13
85% Mar 27
87% Mar 6
831/4 Mar 23
83 Ya Mar 13
84 y8 Mar 6
82

84%
102%
1051/4
95%

85%
Sale
Sale

Sale
102% Sale
104% 105%

102
78

104%
78%

________

101% Mar 28
104

Mar 14

94Vi
102%
104%
103 %

Mar 2
Mar 23
Mar 3
Mar 22

81%

84%

90

89

90

88

85

82

92 Vi
90%
Sale

87
87 Vi

84 Vi
90 Vi
90 Vi
Sale

9
90ya Mar 29
87 Vi Mar 17
99% Mar 21

89
101

91%

..

Sale
Sale

98

Sale
Sale
Sale
75
57
60

56
57

J-J)

88

Sale

m-N

Sale
83%

93%

1974

86
91%
82%

87

m-N

1981
1978

j_d

ni

7Q

Sale
85%

79%

^4

81

81%

1982

j.j
j-d
A-O
M-S

■

—

88
84
81
80Vi
100 y8 103

89%

98
104»A 106%

84%

84%
81%
86
83%
84%
103%

92%

'

—

81

100%

s

83% Mar 23
85% Mar 17
83% Mar 20
85% Mar 27
89% Mar 28
84 y8 Mar 14
84% Mar 15

85% Mar 24

Mar

3

84 Vi Mar

..

'

103%
105%
96%
103 %
106
104%
79%
79%

.....—

■

—

■

78% Feb

3

82% Mar 30
83% Mar 17

3
3
Feb
2
Mar 30
Feb
2

90 Vi Jan

Mar

90%
89
98%
100

102% Jan 19
104

Feb 27

105% Feb 27

91% Mar 29
62% Feb 27
105
Jan 30
93

5
6
97% Jan 24
4
89% Jan
105% Feb 10

Feb 16

82% Mar 24
85% Feb
3
...

— .

83% Jan
80
Feb

153

5

Jan 30
3

85Ti

Jan~31

82

Jan

......

83% Jan
81

5

Mar 24
Feb 16

99
96Vi Mar 16

106

Feb 24

104% Mar 29
202

Mar 30

153% Mar 30

3

89% Mar 8
85
Mar 10

82% Jan 19

85% Mar 23

'

84

__

85
88
__

85
__

94%

102
105% 106%

103%
80 Vi
99

98%
74%

Sale

86%
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

55%
57%

Sale
61

115% Feb 15
3
115% Jan
4
92% Jan

129

Mar 21

106% Jan

114

77%
78%
82 Ya
82

83%
85%
82

81%
84

82%

99%
102%
99%
76
75

90% Mar 29
89 Vi Mar 2
Mar

3

103% Mar 17
87% Mar 8

97% Mar 2
98
Mar 2
72% Mar 1
721/4 Mar 6
55% Mar 30
58% Mar 13

Mar
Mar

3

98 Ya Mar 27

95%
83%

84%

81% Mar 23

87%
93%

Sale

84%

85%

87% Mar 23
92% Mar 3
84% Mar 23

84%

79
82

79

87

84%

82% 88
104%
103
94%
91
102%
105% 106%

85
83%
83

103%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

27
20

22
15
27
15

Mar 21
101% ivfar 23
105% Mar 29
92

13

96
Jan 11
4
88
Jan
87% Jan 23
86% Jan 4
82
Jan 13
82% Jan 23

1

Mar

1
1

100
86

84 y8 Mar

84%

__

Feb 28

9
Jan
Jan 27
6
Jan
Mar 13
Jan 13
Jan 16
Jan 31
Feb 15
Jan 13
Jan 10
Jan 10
Jan 18
Jan 10

4
Jan
3
Jan
Jan 10

Jan

5

Jan 18
5
Jan

80
85% Jan
82% Jan

97% Jan

129 % Mar 21
94
Feb 24
liar 2i

97 Vi Feb 23
92
Feb 17

90% Feb 13
89
Mar 10
85% Mar 10
86% Mar 8
80% Feb 28
83 Vi Mar 23
85% Mar 17
83% Mar 20
85Vi Mar 27
89% Mar 28
84 Ya Mar 14
84% Mar 15
85 Vi Mar 24
85 Vi Jan 19
103% Mar 14
106
Feb 10
96 Vi Mar 14
104
Feb 14
106
Mar 16
105% Feb
7
79% Mar 27
79% Mar 1
84% Mar 27

3

89

9

84% Mar 6
90 Vi Mar 29
89% Feb
9

5
87% Jan
86% Jan 16
5

102

Mar 21

Feb 27

.—

—

74

83
85
83

101

99
103%
91%

Mar 16
Mar 7
Mar 27
Mar 1
84% Mar 27
89
Mar 21
84Va Mar 6

102

Feb~28

Mar 14
Mar 16
Mar 14

91 Vi

'

101
86

98%
72%
71%

79%

Mar 10

91% Mar 2
90% Mar 13
89
Mar 10
85% Mar 10
86% Mar 8
80% Mar 7

■

88

2Vis—1967

J-D
A-O

82%

Mar 28
Mar 22
84% Mar 2
85
Mar 23

90%
Sale
84 Vi
85 Vi

Mar 21

97

Mar 10
Mar 22

78
Mar 6
78% Mar 15
83% Mar 8

2Vis—1971

88 Vi

83%
85%
83 Vi
85
90
85%
84 Vi

Sale

84 Vi

95%
83%

m-N

81 Vi
81 Vi

97
90
881/2
87%

98

83%
89'%

77

75%
741/2
79 "2

J-D

55%

84

84%
85%
103

99
104

97
90 Vi
84 Vi
88
84
84 Vi
81

79 Vi
84
88 Vi
82%

79Vi
84%
87%

82%
82%

6
Jan
82% Jan 19

82

99%

—

—

—

Sale
Sale
93

..

77% Mar 21
86
Mar 15
103
Feb 16
99
Mar 8

90

99

93
88
87
86

3

Feb 15

92

120% Jan

202

118%
92%

J-D
J-D
J-D
J-D
J-D

88 V* Jan

Mar 30
153% Mar 30

200
152

.

117

9
9

Jan

99% Jan

"■"*

95

57% Jan

104 V* Mar 29

101% Mar 30

84%
82%
84%

6

Mar 22
Mar 16

84

*

1
9

..

Sale

55%

Mar
Mar

88% Feb 4
83
Mar 23

87

82% Mar 24
85% Mar 3

80
Mar 14
83% Mar 24

55%

4

64
21%
80%
86%

1
6

3
90% Jan
88% Jan 25
9
88
Jan
97% Jan 31
98% Jan 19
100
Feb 6
9
102% Jan
101% Jan 23

Mar 21
Mar 15

100
93

7

7

Jan
Mar

63

87
Jan 31
105% Feb
9
96% Mar 27

88% Feb
81
Feb

91% Mar 29
62
Mar 3

88% Mar
60y« Mar

Sale

Mar~~9

102%

103% Mar 21
105% Mar 7

101
Sale

61

3

3

Jan
9
93% Jan 10

103

Mar 23

90% Mar

1

3

Mar 27

58% Mar

Jan
4
Mar 10

78% Mar 22

_

Sale
100

Prleos

85

5
5

Mar 28
78% Jan 24
85% Jan 31
79% Jan 17
76% Jan 16
81% Jan 13
4
99% Jan
93% Jan 12

102% Mar 29
Mar 8
99

90% Mar

_

83

Sale

83%

82

21% Mar
80% Mar
86% Mar

63
61
17

80

__

84%
78 %

1
9
6
22
16
21

83

101%

1

Mar

_

..llr

95
81

18-

101%

105%

90
80

—1989

91%
90%
89%
98%

77%

..

3

82% Mar 13

98
95

io

80
96%

78% Mar 22
81% Mar 1
92% Mar 1
87
Mar 20
103% Mar 23
95% Mar 6

86

-

...

58% Mar

—

mm-m

84

80%

80%
Sale
84
90

86%
103% 104%
95% 96%

97 Ya
92%

F-A
J-J

1986

82%
83%

98%

92%

84%

1st Si
1st Ac ref mtge 5s_.

78%

95 y8

Af-S

1987
1988

83% Mar 20
101% Mar 22
97% Mar 27

91

54
59

1983
1985

83% Sale
101% 102%
98
Sale

Sale
Sale

April

refunding 2Vis
refunding 2%s
refunding 2%s
refunding 3y«s
ref mtge 3%s
ref mtge 3 Vis
ref mtge 4%s
ref mtge 33is
ref mtge 4%s.

Sale
87%
83
80

88%
61%

—

64

85%
82%
78

_

Sale

88%

61
17

Highest

Prices

82% Jan
54% Jan

Mar 27

85

78%

17

Sale
Sale

92%

84
Mar 7
54% Mar 17

Mar 10
Mar 28
78% Mar 30
86% Mar 22
Mar 28
83
77% Mar 1

103%
105%

Pacific

9,000
40,000
38,000
86,000
104,000

63

83

_

Sale
Prices

_

_

88%

98
86

89%

Sale

A-O

J-D
J -J
J-D
M-S
A-O
Af-N
F-A
Af-S

—

90%
90%

—

Q-Jan 87 Ya
Q-Feb 58 y8

J-D
A-O
J-D

82%
Sale
Sale

78%
81 Vi
82%
87
104
95%

_

79

mortgage 3 Vis
4y«s

—

—

103

J-D

1st

83

101% 102%
98
98%

88%
82%

Sale

82

1st mortgage
1st mortgage

Sal6

90%

102 ya

F-A
A-O
F-A

3V*»

87%
83%

57

63

Sale
25
80%

85%

55

58%

_

M-N
M-N

J-J
A-O

80
86
82

83%

—

77%

86

s

1st mortgage

246,000

64

98

Oklahoma Gas Si El

897,000
35,000

60

81

30^000

1,354,000

J-J
J-J

88%

61,000
9,000

232,000
1,134,000

83 Vi
54%

82 Ya

Af-S
M-S

(Wise) 1st mtge 2%a
1977
1st mortgage 4%«
1987
Northrop Aircraft Inc—
4s conv subord debe
1975
5s conv subord debs
1979
Northwest'n Bell Tel 2%a—'84
Ohio Edison Co 1st 3s
1974
1st mortgage 2%s
1976

15/100

54 Vi

83
68%

MS
A-O

f debentures
1980
5y«s at debentures
1979
Northern Pacific Ry—
Prior lien 4s
1997
General lien 3s
Jan 2047
Ref <te lmpt 4 Vis ser A_2047
Collateral: trust 4s
1984
Northern States Power Co—
(Minn) 1st mtge 2%«—1974
1st mortgage 2%»
1975
1st mortgage 2%»
1979
4%s

1st mortgage

6,000

Interest Opening or
Period
Bid
Ask

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest

Highest

March 30

March 1
Opening or
Bid
Ask

1961

13

BONDS

—

PRICES IN MARCHLowest
Closing or
Bid
Aak
Prices

Price Jan. 3,

BONDS

$

9,000
8,000

EXCHANGE

NEW YORK STOCK

April, 1961

92% Jan

3
Jan 10

103% Mar 17
87 Vi Mar 8

99% Mar 29
991/4 Mar 23
75
Mar 15
74% Mar 23
57 Vi Mar 17
60% Mar 22

96% Jan 16
97% Jan
3
71% Feb 20
4
70% Jan
4
53% Jan
6
58% Jan

99% Mar 29
99% Feb
3
75
Mar 15
74% Mar 23
57% Jan 16
60% Mar 22

84% Mar

84% Jan

84% Jan 17

3

84

5

98% Mar 27
84% Mar 24

92% Jan 25
81
Jan
5

88% Mar 10
9
84% Mar 13

86% Feb
7
3
91% Jan
82% Jan 18

88 Ya Fel

79% Mar 21
Mar 24
83
Mar 22
85
83% Mar 15
84% Mar 6
104% Mar 8
Mar 10
94
109% Mar 7
107% Mar 24

77% Jan
9
5
81% Jan
7
84% Feb
81% Jan 12
81
Jan 16
9
100% Jan
5
89% Jan
98
Jan
6
Jan 20
105

79%
83
85
Ja:

94% Mar

98 Vi Mar 27
85

Jan 30

94%
84%

83%
85

104%
94

102%
107%

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

14
Sales for

New York
Stock Exchange

March
Value

68,000
44,000
4.097,000

25,000

1,000
46,000
48,000
3,000

2~000
21,000

20,000
2,000
250,000

38,000
117,000

Phllco Corporation—
4'As conv sub debs

1984
Philip Morris Inc 4%s
1979
Phillips Petroleum 2%s
1964
4'As conv subord debs_1987
Plllsbury Mills 3%s debs 1972
Pitts Bessemer St L Erie RR—
1st mtge 27/bs ser A_
1996
Pitts Cln Chic & St L Ry—
Cons gtd 4'As series I—1963
Cons gtd 4%s series J—1964
Pgh Cine Chic & St Louis RR
General 5s series A
1970
General 5s series B
1975
Gen mtge 3%s ser E
1976
Pgh Coke St Chemical 3%a-1964
Pgh Consolid'n Coal 3%«—'65
Pittsburgh Plate Glass 3S.1967
Pitts Young St Ashtabula—
1st gen 5s series B
1962
Plantation Pipe Line 2%_1970
3'As s f debentures--—1986
Potomac Electric Power—

241,000

12~000
214,000
161,000

3437600
2,000
12,000

881,000

72 y«

F-A
Af-N

98%
98%

J-D
A-O
A-O
M-N
J-J
A-O

87Vi
87Vi
70 %
95%
94%
95%

F-A
M-S
A-O

100
84
84 Vi

Sale
_

72%

„

98%
98%

__

_

93 Vi
90

90%
89%
70%
95%
96%
96'A

__

—

__

_

100%

84%

__

83 y8
Sale

M-N

97

1968

J-J
J-J

3%s debentures
1st St ref mtge 3V«a
3'As debentures
4%s debentures

2037
2037
—1972
1979
1972
1983

1976

97%
_

105%

—

M-N
J-D
J-D
A-O
A-O

1977

M-S

Quaker Oats 2%s debs
1964
Reading Co 3%s ser D
1995
Republic Steel 4%s debs-1985
Reynolds (R J) Tob 3s
1973
Rheem Mfg Co 3Y«s debs_1975
Richfield Oil Corp—
4%s conv subord debs
1983

J-J
M-N
M-S
A-O
F-A

88%

88%

82
89% 91%
82ya-__

81%
90%

87 Vi
79 Vi

95
53

98%
88%
85

128%

36.000
646, r

63.01

1,207,000
11,000
953,000
57,000

367000
1,000

95,000
4,000
9,000

95%

__

54
Sale

54

101%

Sale

89
85

Sale

141

—I1M

96%
54

145%

Sale

95
54
101
89
85

—

Sale

138% Mar

98'A

92% Mar

Sale

112

Mar

68%

62

1st mtge 3s series B
3Vis s f debentures

1980
1977

88%

87

88

J-J
A-O

61
67

62%

69

63

72

—

72%

—

68%

69%
69

70 Ya
71 y4
70

Sale

66

Sale

84

89
81
90%

84

M-S

69%

M-N

63%

M-N
J-J
J-D
A-O

89%

M-N
M-S
J-J

80

91 Ya
79

_

_

—

.

92% 104
111% Sale
96%
—

76
87%

77%

101%

M-S

Sale

—

79%
93

1980

5Vis debentures

Seagram (Jos E) & Sons—
2Vis debentures
1986
3s debentures
1974
Sears Roebuck Acceptance Corp
4Vis debentures
1972
4Vis subord debs
1977
5s debentures ——
1982
Sears Roebuck St Co 4%s_1983

5s conv subord
Service Pipe Line

debs

J-D

87 y2
84

F-A
M-N

100%

J-J
F-A

103%
103%

3.20s—1982

1965

Smith-Corona Marcbants—
5 Vis conv subord debs
1979

Sale

98%
Sale

Sale

82

86%

87 y4

Sale

88

A-O

125

Sale
87

132

Sale

105%

A-O

86%

J-D
J-J

100 y4
93%

...»

Sale
Sale

A-O

96%

—

1979
1985
1987

J-J
F-A
J-J

82 y4
76

84%
Sale

2Vis debentures
Southern California Edison—
3'As conv debs
——1970
Southern [Indiana Ry 2%s_1994
Southern Natural Gas 4Vit_*7J
Southern Pacific Co—

4Vis

1977
1969
1981

San Fran Term 3Vis A-1978
Southern Pacific RR Co—
1st mtge 2Vis series K
1986
1st mtge 2Vis series F
1996
1st mtge 5Vis ser H
1983
Southern Ry 1st eons 5s
1994
1st mtge coll tr 4Vis
1988

Memphis Dlv 1st g 8s

2Vis debentures
3 Vis debentures

46,000
6,000

—

5s conv

subord debs

footnotes, see page IB.




Mar~23

67%

Sale

.

J-J
J-J

J-D

79%

75%

—

55%

63

105%
83

98%

77'/2

89
81

Feb

2

89% Jan 13

Jan

5

__

— —

81

91% Feb
79% Feb

1

91% Feb
79% Feb

5
1
6

Feb

7

———

—

__

96

138% Mar 14
—

—

1

101

mJk.

mmlm

—

—

102 Vi
99 %
104 Ya
103

88%

Sale

86
88

132%
87 Ye

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

105 %

Sale

Sale
Sale

122
84

89

mm.,,.—.mm

104
Mar 3
101 Va Mar 28
106
Mar 13

Mar 23
Mar 3
Mar 22
Mar 20

105% Mar

1

122

M-S
M-N
M-N
J-D

93

J-J
J-J
A-O
J-J
F-A
J-J

69%

97%
84%
83%

Sale
Sale
Sale

»A

94'A

99%
89

83%
Sale

60%

100% 102
103
98

104%
Sale
Sale
Sale
•Sale

69%
60% 63
103ya 103%
105%
Sale
92
100%

M-N

85%

_

85%

75%

—

76%

79%

1992

A-O
M-N

83%

84

1984

J-D

__

142

83

Sale

95%

100%
89%
83%
70 Ya

61

103%
105%

174%

—

Sale

Jan 20

89

Jan 20

100% Jan
98

Jan
102'/2 Jan
103
Jan

104 Ya
101 ya
106
106

Jan 31
Mar 28
Feb
2
Feb 28

5
3

91
90

Mar 14
Feb
3

81

Mar 23
Mar 2

142% Mar 22
88
Mar 9

125

3
6

142 % Mar 22
88
Feb 14

Mar 30
Mar
1

106% Mar 13
95'A Mar 15

100% Jan
3
94
Feb 27

106% Mar 13
95'A Mar 15

Sale

125 Vi Mar 22
84
Mar 28

96% Jan
3
79% Jan
3
97% Jan 31

125'A Mar 22
84
Mar 28
97% Jan 31

81% Jan 23
Jan
3
76% Jan 16

86
Mar 29
78
Mar 14
79% Feb 14

3

84 Vi Mar 2
Mar 14
78 Vi Mar 30

78

Sale

Mar 29
Mar 14
78% Mar 14

86
78

87% Jan

__

Mar 28

Mar 22

93 % Mar 16

Sale
Sale
Sale

Mar 2
88
Mar 20
83% Mar 1

99

__

69% Mar

Sale

62
103

__

__

105'A Mar

Sale

92
99

99

3

Mar 3
Mar 21

2

Mar 23
Mar 15

5 8'A Mar
136
Mar

8
22

95%
100 %
90%
83%

Mar 28
Mar 30
Mar 13
Mar 1

70ya
62
104
106 Ya
92

Mar 30
Mar 3
Mar 9

99

Mar 17
Mar 23
Mar 15

Jan

86% Jan

76

165
57
136

Sale

Jan

5
6
3

3

105% Mar 1
82 Vi Mar 20

Sale

93

—

103% Feb 21

91
Mar 14
88% Mar 20

94

86

57

5

Jan

105

78

__

78% Mar 14

Mar 22

Mar

160
58
134

Jan 17

.

—

78%

Feb 23
96% Jan 17

129
87

94'A

80%

140

76

103'A Mar

102'A Mar 29

Sale

83'A

Jan

—

—

Sale

__

94

3
96% Jan 17

Jan

109% Jan

78% Mar 14

78 y2 Mar 14

6
11

93

88 Yz

«

■

—

Sale

99

ISM

Mar 24
Mar 22

.

'

•

Sale

85

84

78%

19
23

Jan 19

89
81

99%

88% Jan
9
67 Vi Mar 28
72
Jan 25

67

Mar 24
Mar 22

Sale

—

Mar 22

118

5

89
81

—

142% Mar 15

Jan

84%

1

Mar 10

94

63

Mar

132% Mar

9

Jan
6
Jan 25

30
3

6

67

100%
104 y4
103%

Sale

60
72

Jan
Jan

Jan
Jan

1

103

Sale

88% Jan

90
85

74
73

Mar

102%

108% Jan 26

56

4

66

134%. Sale
96% 100

Jan
Jan

4

Sale

—

128

Jan
Feb 28

Jan

66%

u

90
101

Jan
Jan

68

3
10

...

95%
103%
162
86%
79%
90%

68% Jan

70% Mar

89
84

88

94

Mar~28

71 Ya Mar

78%

—

87

Mar 22

118

7

Mar 21

87 y2

93%

1996

Spiegel Inc—
1,505,000

F

102% Sale
100% Sale
105'A 106'A
105% Sale

80

Socony-Vacuum Oil 2 Vis 1976
South & Nor Ala gtd 5s—1963
Southern Bell Tel 6s Tel—

(Oregon Lines)
Gold 4Vis
Gold 4Vis

4

69% Mar 16

93

'

Sale

—

J-J
A-O

97

2Vis debentures

84

108% Jan

69

79%

—

88%
—

J-J
J-D

3s debentures

-

78%
87%
103'A

6

Sale

70

96

136%
96%

88 Va Jan

"

1979

Shamrock Oil & Gas Corp
5'As conv subord debs
1982
Jhell Union Oil 2 Vis debs 1971
Sinclair Oil Corp—
4Vis conv subord debS—1986

Skelly Oil 2Vis debs

J-D

Sale

Mar 29
Mar 27
97% Feb 27

78
162

Mar 10

94

70%

69%
70%

Sale

67

86% Mar 21

150y4Mar21

89
80
90 Ya

J-J

May

Mar 29
Jan
3
94% Jan
3
78

4

3

—

—

7

Jan

Jan

9

112%

85% Mar

100

142% Mar 15

2

Sale,

M-S

Jan 12

95% Feb 27
Feb
6
102% Mar 7

150'A Mar 21

3

113%

Saguenay Power 3s ser A-1971
St Lawr & Adirondack Ss.1996
2nd gold 6s
1996
St Louis-San Fran Ry—
1st mtge 4s series A
1997
A2nd lnc M 4%s A Jan 2022
1st mtge 4s ser B
1980
5s inc debs ser A Jan—2006
St Louis Southwestern Ry—
1st 4s bonds ctfs
—1989
2d gold 4s lnc bd Nov 1989
St Paul & Duluth RR 4s 1968
St Paul TJn Dep 3Vis ser B_'71
Scioto Val St New Eng RR—
1st guaranteed 4s
1989
Scott Paper 3s cony debs.1971
Scovill Mfg 4 Vis debs
1982
Seaboard Air Line RR Co—

96

95
Jan 27
6
53 Ya Jan
3
98 y4 Jan
88 y4 Jan 11
3
85
Jan

95% Mar 1
54 Vi Mar 21
102'A Mar 7
89
Mar 2
85
Mar 7

Mar

Sale

91%

98%

9
9
6

Feb 13
Mar 3
Mar 28
Feb 24
96y2 Feb 21
97 Ya Mar 23

93 % Mar 17
104% Mar 2

Mar 14
Mar 24
Mar 2
Mar 7

HO

1977

92%

Jan
Feb
Jan

91 y2
90
73 Va
96

11
5

99%

99%
—

6
5

165y4 Mar 15
88
Jan 31
82ya Mar 21
92% Mar 13

93 Yt Mar" 17
104% Mar 2

Royal McBee Corp—
6'As conv subord debt

88%

Jan
Jan

87%
70 y4
95%
94%

Jan 17
Jan 11
6
Jan

82Ya Mar21
92 Vi Mar 13

Mar 29

101

88

1

98 '/2 Feb 28
96
Jan 18
111
Mar 27

92 Vi Mar 3
102 % Mar 22

97%
Sale
101

89
85

—

98% Mar

3
3
12

2

—

93'A
102% 103'A

Sale
56
Sale

1

97

2

82
Mar
92 % Mar

—

130

New Orl & Northeastern
RR 3Vis
1977
Southwestern Bell Telep—

Fc

82
92 Vi

Sale

259,000

90,000
63,000

82

Sale

104

Mar 22
Feb 24
Mar 28
Mar 7
91 Ya Mar 9

108 Va.
104 y2
97'A
127

98 % Mar

6

89 '/2

134

448,000

5,000

88%

—

95% Jan
3
114% Jan
90
Feb 28

133

111
Mar 27
165'A Mar 15

108
Mar 22
165 Ya Mar 10

Sale

305,000
1,000

98% Mar

133

34,000
8,000
9,000

97% Mar 20

Sale

Selberllng Rubber Co—
165,000

Sale
95%
111

83'A

91%

Seaboard Finance—

386,000

96% Mar 10

110%

220,000

299,000
69,000

97%

78
162

Mar 29
Mar 1

Rochester Gas & Electric—
4'As series D
1977
Gen mtge 3 Vis ser J—1969
Rohr Aircraft Corp—
5 Vis conv subord debs 1977

10,000

153,000

89%

86% Mar 21

7

Mar 29
Mar 27
97% Mar 24

78
150

107
152

83

.

90
91
101 V* 102 Vi

5
3

99 Va Feb 23

85'A Mar

__

__

3

92

—

98 Ya

__

96% Mar 1
97'A Mar 23

100 »/2

97

162

J-D

91 ya Mar 10
90
Mar 3
73 Vi Mar 28

96% Mar 1
96% Mar 3

97%

158

98 %
96

1

Mar 20
88% Mar 20
73 Ya Mar 28

—

100
84
86

Sale
Sale

150
97

98% Mar

1

90

—

97 y4

__

9

__

96%

Sale

1

98% Mar

91
90

96%

—

119'A Mar
91% Mar

81

Sale
Sale

95%
103 Vi

__

_

Jan

102% Jan

__

90%
88%
73%

91%
Sale

100%

100
84

_

98%

__

108% Mar 22
104% Mar 2
97 Yt Mar 28
127
Mar 7
91% Mar 9

75

98%

Sale

—

72%

__

Sale
Prices

Mar 2
Mar 29
96% Mar 8

Sale
Sale

97%
124'A
90

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Bole
Prices
Prices

Highest

100
103

106 »/2
Sale
103
104 V*

Sale
103% 104 Yt
96% 97
119 %
Sale
87
91 y2

Sale

1963

3s debentures
1st & ref mtge 3%t1st <& ref mtge 5s
1st & ref mtge 8s
1st & ref mtge 3s—
1st St ref mtge 2%s

134

Ask

101

Sale

131,000

1,072,000

J-D

F- A

Bid

Sale

94Vi

43T000

6,000

F-A
J-D

-PRICES IN MARCH
Lowest
March 30
Sale
Closing or
Prices
Bid
Ask

March 1

Opening »r

__

M-S

3~000

722,000

92

101%
95 y2
115 Vi
87

J-J
M-N

21,000

4,000

A-O
j-D

mortgage 3s
1983
3%s conv debs
—1973
Procter St Gamble 3%e
1981
Public Service E St G Co—
1st

9,000
4,000

2,000
56,000
277,000
6,000

Interest Opening or
Period
Bid
Ask

BONDS

*

1,068,000

Price Jan. 3,
1961

BONDS

—

Jan 23
5
Mar 22

55% Jan
136

91% Jan
96 Vi Jan

4

3
84% Jan
5
83% Jan 25
3
69% Jan
6
60% Jan
4
101
Jan
103 ya Jan 18
92
Jan 18
5
95
Jan

168 Vi Jan
59
Jan

139

16
26
Feb
2

95%
100%
90%
83%

Mar 28
Mar 30
Mar 13
Feb
3

70 Ya Mar 30
62
Mar 3
104
Mar 9

106% Mar 17
92
Jan 18
99
Jan 31

85%
76 Yt
84

76 % Mar 30
83 % Mar 2

Sale
87

209% Sale

-

170% Mar 2

78% Mar 13
Mar 16

84

209% Mar 30

75% Jan
5
Jan 24

78% Mar 13

138% Jan 4

209% Mar 30

81

84

Mar 16

Sales for
March

New York

Price Jan. 3,
1961
Interest Opening or
Period
Bid
Ask

Stock Exchange

Value

BONDS

S

125,000
245,000
205,000

90,000
35,000
1,000

14,000
1,000
94,000

27,000
1,000
5,000
5,000
156,000

Standard Oil of California—
4%s debentures
-.1983
Standard Oil (Ind) 3%«~1982
4 %s debentures
1983
Standard Oil Co (N J) —
2%j debentures
1971
2%s debentures
1974
Standard Oil Co (Ohio)—
4'As s f debentures
1982
Stauffer Chemical 3%«
1973

2,000
5,000
112,000
231,000

7,000
21,000
15,000
71,000
3,000

18,000
22,000
30,000
4,000
5,000

7,000
8,000
12,000
26,000

1,000
324,000

1973
1979

3-D

capital cony notes—1979
senior notes
1980

J-D
J- D

5%%

Term RR Assn
Ref St Imp M

Texas Pacific-Missouri Paclf
Term RR of N O 3%«_1974

47'as conv subord
Tidewater Oil 3Vis
Union dec of Mo
1st m*ge & coll
3s debentures
1st mtge St coll
1st mtge St coll

debs

1982
198«

3%e
1971
tr 2%s_1973
1968
tr 2%e_1980

tr 3%a-1983

Union OH of California—
2%s debentures
1970
Union Pacific RR 27/aS
1976
Ref mtge 2%» ser C
1991
Union Tank Car Co 4%s
1973
United Air Lines Inc—
4%s conv subord debs
1985
United Biscuit 2%a debs—1966
•

:
1977
2%a
1970
1st mtge St coll tr 3%s_1971
1st mtge St coll tr 3%a 1972
1st mtge St coll tr 3%»_1975
4%s s f debentures
1972
3%a s f debentures
1973
1st mtge St coll tr 4%a_1977
1st mtge St coll tr 4V«s.l978

United Gas Corp

25,000

18,000

457600
9,000
19,000
107.000

67,000
65,000
135,000

4%a s f debentures
1978
1st mtge Sz coll tr 5s—1980

5 Vas s f debentures
1980
U S Rubber Co 2%a deb—1976

1967

25/»s debentures

326,000

United States Steel Corp—
4s s f debentures
1983
Vanadium Corp of America—
3%s conr sub debs
1969
414s conv subord debs
1976
Vendo (The) Company—
414s conv sub deb
1980

30,000

Virginia Electric St Power—
1st St ref M 2%s ser E.1975

479,000
26,000
173,000

1st St ref M 3s ser

i765o
7,000
13,000
5,000

127565
12,000

eilooo
70,000
43,000
4,000
1,000

947655
42,000
215,000
214,000

46,000
2,000

2,000

177666
16,000
5,000

7,000
1,000
254,000

59,000
84,000
65,000
7,000
12,000

14,000

P_„1978

1st St ref mtg 2%a ser H-1980
1st St ref M 3%s ser 1—1981
1st St ref M 314s ser J—1982
Va St Southw 1st gtd 5s—2003
Gen mtge 414s
1983

Virginian Ry 3s series B_1995
1st lien St ref M 314e ser C '73
1st lien St ref 4s ser P-1983
6s subord Income debs.2008
Wabash RR Co—
Gen mtge 4s ser A Jan_1981
Gen inc 414s ser B Jan_1991
1st mtge 314s ser B
1971
Warren RR 1st ref gtd 314s 2000
Wash Term 2%a ser A
1970

Llghtg 3%a—1967
Gen mtge 3s gtd
1979
West Penn Electric 3%a
1974

Westchester

West Penn Power—
1st mtge 314s ser 1
West Shore 1st 4s gtd

1906

2361

Registered
2361
Western Maryland Ry Co—
Gen mtge 4s ser A
1969
1st mtge 314s ser O
1979

5%s debentures
—1982
Western Pacific RR 314s
1981
5s Income debentures
1984

Westlnghouse Elec 214s
1971
Wheeling St Lake Erie RR—
Gen & ref M 214s ser A 1992
Wheeling Stl 3148 ser C—1970
1st mtge 3V4s ser D
1987
3%s conv debentures
1975
Whirlpool Corp 314 s
1980
Wilson & Co 4%s a f debs 1978
Wisconsin Central RR Co—
1st mtge 4s ser A
2004
414s Inc ser A Jan 1
2029
Wisconsin Elec Pwr 214s—1976
Wisconsin Pub Serv 314s
1971
Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co
1st mtge 414s series H—1990

•

—

91%

105
161

°

105%
82%
80%

80

93%

94%

94%
84 %

96

Sale
Sale
Sale

...

97%

86%
74%

Sale

—.

F-A
A-O

122%
90%
81%

M-N
A-O
M-N

Sale

76 % Mar 30

76% Mar 30

93%
84%

83

88
77

94%

85%

128%
Sale
Sale
86%

93

83%
88%
80
85

86

85%
86%

88

88%
80%
71

82
70

98%

97%

A-O

69
97

128%
92%
90%
83%
94%
92%
89

3-D

89%
87

A-O

M-S
J-J

—

—

82%

—

J-J
F- A

92%
91 Ya

93
Sale

M-N
A-O
A-O
Jf-S
M-S
J-J
M-N

86
96% 98 Va
86% 91%
99% 100
97
98
Sale
_

Sale
—

—

96
96
—

98% 100
89
101%
__

100

129

91%
84%
96 Va
93%
87%

Sale
100%
101%

Jf-N
A-O

82%

„

89

94

91%

J-J

94%

Sale

98%

Sale

J-D
M-S

87%

95 %

97 %

99

82

84

90%

m-s

123%

Sale

M-S
M-S
M-S
3-D

82%

83%

Sale

Mar 21
98% Mar 6
69

125

Mar 14

II
__

84% Mar 16

—

95

Sale

88% Mar 10
83
Mar 15
70 % Mar 13
98% Mar 6
132

Sale

99% Man 6
89

102%
100% 104
101
Sale
104% Sale
103%
Sale
82%
—

6

Mar

101%
99%
100%
104%
103

Mar 1
Mar 3
Mar 23
Mar 17
Mar 23

Mar 20

84% Mar 16
96 % Mar 24
93% Mar 30

—

101%
89

102%
101 %
102%
104%
104

147

—

Sale
Sale

91%
96%
102

99%
173

Sale

99

Sale

Jan 10

88% Feb 27

79% Jan 20
68% Jan
9
97% Feb
7

83
Mar 15
70% Mar 13
98 % Mar 6

88

121
Jan 27
90% Feb 20
88
Jan 23

84% Mar 16
4

Mar 16

___

79%

87%
83%

83%
81%

M-S
M-N

86%
86%
89%

86

88%

-

86
75 %
84%

-

73%
84%
90%

A-O
M-N
F-A

114%

Mar" 14

96% Jan

4

101% Feb 17

Mar 6
Mar 13
Mar 10
Mar 8
Mar 10
Mar 10

89

Mar 6
98% Jan 24
96% Jan 26
3
98
Jan
30
Mar 23

104
103

Jan

April
April

70
61%

F-A
F-A

79

Sale

73%
74

117

74%
73%

89%
Sale

88%
...

74%
86%
90%

117%
75%
Sale

80%
49

96%

Sale

76%
75%
80%

86

89% Mar 14

—

Jan~12

91% Feb 14

3

98% Mar 10

Mar 30

118% Jan 16

176

85% Mar

8

,/83

Jan

6

,

—

79% Mar
87% Mar

2

8
86% Mar 1
89% Mar 14

84% Mar 15

,

3
86% Mar 21

2

118% Mar 20

76% Mar 16

77

Mar
,

Mar

117

—

79

Sale

75% Mar 6
73% Mar 1
80% Mar 16

Mar 8
75% Mar 22
80% Mar 16
77

1

49

Mar

1

49

Mar

96%

96%

95%

MarTe"

97

Mar 29

94%

M-N

90%

99

92%

99%

92%

99%

J-J

96

99

55
55

Sale

53 y8

99
Sale
55%

98

53%

Sale
Sale
Sale

98%

J-J
J-J

A-q,
A4j

95%

95%

94
82

97

81

101% 103 %

J-J

75%

May

85

M-S
M-S

73%
91%
92%
93%

j-j
M-N
F-A

—'

Sale

93%

M-S

—

—

55 %
55

96% 97
81% 83%
100% 105
75% 78%
93% 94%
85% 88

79

Jan 26

86% Feb

7

82 Va Jan
89
Jan

19
16

5
73% Jan
84% Mar 15
90% Jan 19
3
114% Jan

70% Jan

5

Jan 12
6
Jan
48% Feb 23

72
79

94% Jan

.

■

■

94%
m

103

.1.

J-J

91

93%

93%

J-J
May
J-D
J-J

60
38

62
42
Sale

60%
40 %

Sale

91%

A-O

99

t Companies reported as being In bankruptcy
receivership or being reorganized under Section
77 of the Bankruptcy Act or securities assumed
by such comoanies.
11 The following bonds have been called for
redemption, either partially or entirely.

79%
90

Sale

101% 105

93%

Sale
90%
97

61%

59

60%

43

40 %
80
90

41

81
—

103%

—

Sale

(State of) 4%S due
amount called for
April 1 at 100.
a Deferred delivery sale,

principal

Cash sale,

t Odd-lot sale,
Sold ex-interest.

x

Mar 28
Mar 21
Mar 22

98% Mar 14
56% Mar 10
56% Mar 15

3

Feb

96
Jan
53 % Jan

53% Jan

8

Mar

8

75% Mar 22
80% Mar 16
49% Feb
1
Feb 23

97
'

91% Feb 10
99

56% Mar 10

93% Jan 3
85% Jan 19

2

77

3

92
Mar 28
09 £ 1 14
101
Jan 23

Mar

77
Mar 3
86% Mar 21
90% Jan 19
118% Mar 20

3
3

82
Mar 21
101 % Mar 22

97

85% Mar

87

105

79% Mar 2
87 Va Mar 8
86% Feb 16
89 Va Mar 14

56

Feb

14

Feb 14

97

Jan 13
Mar 21
101 Va Jan
4
82

———«•«.«

90%
96

Hamburg

r

8

"

94%

91%
Sale

97% Mar 20
54% Mar 6
54 Vb Mar 6

75%

93%

91

—

92
82
101

92%

102%

*—

85% Mar

——

.

73%

73%
91%
92%

Sale

Mar 30

-

———
.

_ _

li,

Mar 30
99% Mar 30

'—

j-j
M-N

r-

Mar 8
Feb 23
Feb 20

„

75 %

E*
A
r -A

—

6

Mar 13
Mar 10

102

45

Sale

Sale

117

2

Mar 17
85% Mar 24

87

88%

—

49%

—

Mar

89

102%
101%
102%
105%
104 %

93% Jan 26
9
83% Jan

_

79% Mar

79%
87%
84 Va

90%

r

84% Mar 16

—

.

,

,

78%

.

88

96% Mar 24
93% Mar 30

-

.

9
Jan 23

Jan

92

Mar 30
99% Mar 30

176

84

83

85%

Mar 20

132

94V^gan

3

Mar

Mar 30
Mar 10

3

102

145

94
85

98% Mar 10

Mar 2
89% Mar 2

Sale

135
Feb 23
85% Mar 6

6

39% Jan 25
81% Feb 20
86% Mar 8

89
96% Mar 30

Feb 24
Feb 24

92% Jan
91% Jan

—

Sale

82 % Mar 15
81% Mar 16

91% Feb
7
82% Jan 23
88% Jan 24
81
Mar 27
85
" Mar 24

—

n

,,

A-O
J-J

■4-3

9
6

Mar
92% Mar

90

100
89

—

103% 104%
103% Sale

M-N

Sale
Sale

Mar 30
Mar 10
Mar 14

Mar 27
86% Mar 9

88% Mar 10
81% Mar 22

98% 103

69
98 Va

94
85
89
81

173

81 Va Jan 23

85% Mar

88% Mar 14
81
Mar 27
85
Mar 24

88%

79%
67%

119% Jan

Mar

132

83% Mar 23

85%
87%

F-A
M-S

1
30

Mar

84 % Mar

____

J-D

75

Mar 23

.128

93%

85

89
81

91%

82%

3-D
M-N

76%

84%

105% Mar 16
Mar 21
105% Mar 1

76% Feb 20

Mar 28
6

127

6

76% Feb 20

77% Mar

Sale

Mar

86% Feb 28
75
Mar 6
96 % Mar 10
79
Mar 16

96
Sale

85

91

85% Jan 16
71
Feb 13
93% Jan 6
3
74 Ya Jan

77%

83%

Jan 31
5
Jan

94
98

99

130

—

9
5

80% Jan 16
80
Jan 12
90% Jan 24
95% Jan
3

80%
—

100
Jan 19
95% Mar 17
90% Jan 25
94% Mar 23
96
Feb 13
84 Va Jan 31

103

86% Mar 13
Mar 6
96% Mar 10
79
Mar 16

76%

Sale

80

86% Mar 13
74% Mar 1

Mar 17

96

7

1

75
95

86%

Feb

Jan 24
136% Jan 17
103% Jan 17

77%

ul

Jan
Jan

Mar 22

87
87

82% Mar 15
81% Mar 16
94
Mar 2
98
Mar 20

81% Mar 16
92% Mar 29
97

90%
90%
84%
90

96

99
Sale

76%

105% Mar

93%
Sale

90

Sale

J-D

8

Sale

94

'

104% Mar

•

——

93

74 Vo

105% Mar 16
173
Mar 21

82 % Mar 15

■

97%

VMM

1
I

82%
,r

Sale

„

Mar
Mar

—

Sale
104% 105

91 Va

85%
'70

105
161

2

Mar 2
Mar 13

84% Mar 15

'

175

170
171

90%

A-O
A-O
J-D
J-J

6

93
95

91

96

M-N
M-N

Mar

—

Sale
97

3

3
3

4

99% Feb 24
7
94% Feb
90% Jan 25

100

Mar 29

94% Mar
90% Mar

91%

-

3

Mar 29
95% Mar 17
90 Va Mar 2
94% Mar 23
96
Mar 6
84 Vb Mar 15
91
Mar 6

100

95

90

81%

Bond selling flat.




—

Mar 22

91

98%

90%
93%
95%
84%

102
104%
Sale
141
100 % 103%

Negotiability impaired by maturity.

A

86% Mar

86%

90

J-J
A-O

87

1

6

103% Feb 27
115
Feb
9
104% Feb 16

4
6

83% Jan
83% Jan

1

86% Mar

86%

Prices

99% Jan
106 % Jan
100
Jan

7

114
Mar
103 % Mar

85 % Mar 16

86%

Sale

94%

103% Mar

Sale
87%

86%

Sale

Sale
Prices

Sale
Prices

101% Mar 21
110% Mar 8
102 % Mar 21

86%

100

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest

Highest

Sale
Sale
113
102% 102%

103%-

of St Louis

4s ser C—2019
Ref St Imp 2%s ser D—1985
Texas Co 3%s debs_.
1983
Texas Corp 3s debs
1965
Texas St New Orl RR Co—
1st & ref M 314s ser B.1970
1st & ref M 3%s ser C-1990
Texas St Pacific 1st g 5s__2000
Gen St ref M 3%s ser E 1985

-PRICES IN MARCHLowest
Sale
Closing or
Ask
Bid
Prices

102%

—

15

BONDS

—

March 30

Sale
Sale
Sale

114

97
100
9314
90
90
92

3%a debentures

1,000

Bid

Sale
Sale

90%
84%

Ask

102%

Sale

99%

March 1
Opening or

10714 10814
10014
Sale

J- J
M-S
J-J
J -J
M-N
J- J
M-N

Thompson Products—
177,000

A-O
A-O

83%
8314

2fas debentures
Talcott (James) Inc—
5 Vis senior notes
5s

J-J

M-N
J-J

Sunray Oil Corp 2%a debs.1966
Superior Oil 3%» debs
1981
Surface Transit Inc 6s—1971
Swift St Co 2%s debs
1972

30,000

EXCHANGE

NEW YORK STOCK

April, 1961

6
2

93% Mar 14
88
Mar 15

73% Mar
91% Mar
92% Mar
101
Mar

2
6
6
2

73% Mar 2
91% Mar 6
92% Mar 6
105
Mar 29

93% Mar

m

,-r

_ — ——

—

Mar

97

9

Mar

2

Mar
40% Mar
81
I*ar
90
Mar

27
29
28

62% Mar 13
Mar 6
Mar 24
91% Mar 9

103% Mar

6

103% Mar 30

96
59

1966, $589,500
redemption on

24

43
81

73% Mar
91% Jan
92% Jan

2

94
83

3
4
4
Jan
Jan 10

91

Jan 12

59
Mar 27
39% Jan 17
3
79% Jan
90

Jan

3

100

Jan

4

94
88

73%
91%
92%
105
83
97

Jan 16
Mar 15
Mar 2
Jan
3
Jan
4
Feb 28
Jan 10
Mar 9

62% Feb 15
43
81
92

Mar 6
Feb 23
Jan 16

104% Feb 28

e The following transactions were made dur¬
ing the current month and are not Included In
the year's range because of the reason shown

below:
None.

16

New York Stock Exchange — Stocks
Monthly and Yearly Record

RANGE OF BOND PRICES

1961

Stock Sales—
March

Cash

notice

and deferred delivery

in
March

Shares

1.300
114,000

3,800
153,000
91,800
205,300

43,500
22,700
73,700
80,100

128,300

39,500
73,500
110,400

178,700
17,300
68,600
78,000
180

Since
Jan. 1

5,600

281,500
544,100
133,000

69,000
146,700

149,500
185,535
470

300,200
203,300
159,300

387,100
50,400
35,400

96,700
103,300
2,270
649,500

3,200

112,200
45,700
276,400
150,000
685,000

23,600

1,000
115,880
14,400
1,390
457,900
76,700

91,500

280,900

1,200

2,100

121,200
325,600
14,600

242,900

400

890

211,600

3,000
280

966,500
34,700

19,200
95,100
85,200
8,900
990

25,700
86,900

924,900
59,200
279,500

15,200
1,700
18,200
156,000
17,800

49,100
7,200
62,200
440,900
41,200

56,500

123,500

64,700

225,000

7,900

25,700

8,000
25,900
600

25,300
60,300

322,600

721,000

441,700
_

1

24%
35%

Sale

27%

*

Air

•

2 ~
2
-1
5-

Alabama Gas Corp
Alco Products Inc
Aldens Inc common

100

preferred
Alleghany Corp com
6% conv preferred
4%%

1

10

Allegheny Ludlum Steel
1~
Allegheny Power System
5
Alleg & West RR 6% gtd 100
Allen Industries Inc
1

720

3,037,400 3,431,400
250

840

11,800
241,300
540

34,900
851,400
1,580

46,100

116,100

4.900

4.900

5,200
17,500
1,118,500 2,814,700
38,900
139,300
50,200
123,200
40,800
80,100
93,500
256,800
57,700
210,600

Sale

32%
12%

Sale
Sale

76%
4%
33%
15%

Sale

62%

10 %
77%
4Va

32%
13
49%

83%

10%

32%
35%

41
90

14

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

86

Sale
Sale

40 Va

12%

Sale

43%
48%

Sale
Sale

16%

96
18

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

54%
12 %

pfd.
Alpha Portland Cement

100

5
•

100
Allis-Chalmers Mfg com—10
4.08%

conv

Aluminium

10

Ltd

—*

■

Co of America—1

Aluminum

Amalgamated Sugar Co—

*
12.50

New

common
Amerace Corp

Amerada Petroleum

•

Agric Chem (Del)
•
American Airlines com——1
3%% conv preferred
100
Amer

American Bakeries Co com.*
American Bank Note com.10
6% preferred
50
Amer Bosch Arma Corp
2
Amer Brake Shoe Co
•

49%
Sale
66%
115%
110
49

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

50%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

87%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

54%
19%
21 %

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Ask

Sale
Sale

Sale
Prices

Prices
47%
64%
113
40
49%
16%
20%
27

Mar
Mar
Mar

1
7
1

Mar

7

Mar 2
Mar 7
Mar 24

14

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

32%

Sale

30% Mar 15

13

Sale

11% Mar

73
4%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

70% Mar
4% Mar
33% Mar

27%
37%
88%
.

34%
16

81%
87%
13%
44%
45 %
47
96

18%

89%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Mar 13
32% Mar 1
80
Mar 14
13% Mar 7

14
60

3
28
6
1
10

Mar
Mar 6
87% Mar 16
11
Mar 8
34% Mar 8
40% Mar 9
43
Mar 7
95
Mar 28

173/a Mar

8

50
74

123

Mar 3
Mar 13
Mar 20

52
Mar 23
58% Mar 23
19% Mar 30
21% Mar 6
28 y8 Mar 21
Mar 13
40
893/4 Mar 30
15 Va Mar 24
33% Mar 2
14% Mar 9
763/4 Mar 1
sy4 Mar 24
Mar 30
35
17% Mar 22
83% Mar 30
Mar 17
88
143/4 Mar 10
51 y» Mar 10
47

Mar 30

48% Mar

1

1
19% Mar 22

96

Mar

44% Jan 16
3
52% Jan
6
103% Jan
3
33% Jan
3
38
Jan
15% Jan 10
3
17
Jan
3
24y» Jan
30% Jan 25
80
Mar 14
10% Jan
3

22 Va Jan
4
10% Jan
3
70% Mar 28
4

Jan

3

32% Jan
12% Jan
48%
83
10%
32%

Jan
Feb

35
40
90

Jan
Jan
Jan

Jan
Jan

50
74

Mar 30
Mar 13

123

Mar 20
52
Mar 23
58% Mar 23
19% Mar 30

22

Feb

2

28% Mar 21
40

Mar 13

96% Jan 12
15% Mar 24
33% Mar 2
14% Mar 9
84
Jan 18
5 Va Mar 24
35
Mar 30
17% Mar 22
83% Mar 30
88
Mar 17
14% Mar 10
51% Mar 10
47

Mar 30

48% Mar
97

Jan

1
19

19 y4 Mar 22

16% Jan

7 «!>

36 %
7%
44

81%
25

58

Sale
82%
Sale

Sale

62%

Sale

553/4 Mar

3

63

Mar 30

50% Jan

3

63

Mar 30

14%
41%
8%
52%
82 %

Sale

14%
46 %

Sale
Sale

Mar
Mar

2
8

Mar 13
48% Mar 27

15

Feb

Sale
Sale

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

10
21
28

12% Jan
36% Jan
7% J an

3

9%

14%
40%
7 7/8
51
81%

5

48% Mar 27
Jan 27
10

26%

108
34% Sale
34% Sale
72% Sale

104

100
102%
28% Sale
32
69%

Sale
Sale-

22%
47
70 Va

Sale
Sale
Sale

23%
49%
73%

27%

Sale

31%

41

Sale
Sale
Sale
42

60

Sale

21%
102%
36%

Sale
Sale
Sale
83%
Sale

c23-

Sale

38%

Sale

45%

Sale

50%

20%

19"%

8%. Sale
35 Va
Sale

26%

82%
Sale

32%

Sale
Sale

36
81

Sale
Sale

106

Sale

24

Sale
Sale

60%
75

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

32%

Sale

120
107
Sale
37%
39% Sale
62
62%
18% Sale
44ys Sale

15%

52%
81%

Sale
120
109
Sale
37%
45
46
64
63
Sale
21
Sale
44%

22%

Broadcasting—

Paramount Theatre Inc—1
5% preferred
20
Amer Cable & Radio Corp.l
American Can common-12.50 ~

-25

preferred

Cable—•
American Chicle Co
*Am Commerc Barge Line—3
American

Chain

<fe

19%

American Elec Power Co—10
American Enka Corp
—5

57"%
20 %

Amer-European Securities
Amer Export Lines Inc. -40c
Amer St Foreign Power
•
Amer Hardware Corp
12.50
Amer Home Products
1

32%
17%
8%

Amer Hospital
Supply
2
-^erican Ice Co
•
American International
_1
Amer Invest Co of 111 com.l

24
182

Sale

61%

Sale

20%

Sale

13%

14

•

5%r. prior pfd—

100

20% Sale
100
102

3.50

Rights when issued
3.90% preferred

44% Mar
19% Mar

42
87

41
85 %

46%
42%
65%
22%

Sale
Sale
Sale

42%
34%
62%
22%

9% Mar
36% Mar
37 Va Mar

7
3
1
14
14
10
10
10
17
14
8
2
9
2
16

101

Sale

100

113%

Sale

107

Mar

1

Mar

2

85%
43%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

28%
93%
17 %
48 V*
163/4
20%

20
10 %
29

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

188%
74%
20%

Sale
Sale
Sale

15%
21%

Sale

35%

103%

Sale
Sale

87%

Sale

109
2A

100

84%

86%

•

34%
24%
90%

Sale
Sale
92

26

Sale

93%

Sale

13"%

Sale

17 *

Sale

15

15%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

17

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Amer Machine St Metals
Amer Metal Climax Inc

1

4%%
preferred
100
Amer Metal- Products com .2
American Meter Co
•
American Molasses Co
1
American Motors
1.68%
Amer Natural Gas Co
25
American News Co
•
American Optical Co
1

17%
82%
38%
59%

Amer Photocopy Equip Co.*
Amer Potash St Chemical
•

42

Am Radiator St Stand San.5

610

123,300
60,100
99,400
83,100
3,140
3,800

123,300
163,000
225,000
248,100
14,070
12,600

7% preferred
100
Am Research & Dev Corp—l

50

400

36,200

92,500
174,900

79

12%
141

American

Seating Co
10
34
American
Ship Building •
17%
Amer Smelt'g & Refln'g
• - 54%
7% preferred
100
137
American Snuff Co com
25
6% n on-cum pfd
100
Amer-So African Inv Co

:—£1

American Steel Foundries

For "ootnotes, see page 29.

Mar
8
107
36% Mar 16
38% Mar 3
Mar 3
62
18% Mar 1
43 % Mar 3

41
85

23

19

33%
10%
28"%
199%
91
20
16 Va
22

Sale
Sale

34%
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
20%
16%
Sale

1

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
60%
Sale
122% 125%

23%
27%

Sale
Sale

18%
89%
43 %
57ya
100%
50%

14%
141% 143%

48 Va } Sale
23
Sale

56%
145

Sale
Sale

65% Sale
122% 125%

21%
33%

Sale
Sale

82
41

89%
39%
61%
116%
49%
15%

84

Sale
Sale
95
Sale

48%
17

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

142% 143%
39%
463/4
22%
61%
143%
65%
123

20%
337/8

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
124%

Sale
Sale

6-.
4
3
18

33% Mar 23
23% Mar 3

22%

44%
34% JSale
66% 'Sale

Mar 24
Mar 20
76% Mar 3

Jan
Jan
28
31% Jan
68 y8 Jan

21% Mar 10

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar 29
Mar
1
Mar
9
Mar 2
Mar 1
Mar 13
Mar 13
Mar 1
Mar 29

86

101

46

733/4
21%

32 %

18%
10 %
25%
186%

74%
20

15%
21%

110

38%
47%
63 %
22%
46

51
20
10%
39%
38%
49%
97%
23 %
43
87
50

Mar 15
Mar
3
Mar 20

Mar 22
Mar 20
Mar 15

Mar
Mar

1
8
Mar 22

Mar 30
Mar 6
Mar
1
Mar 28
Mar 17
Mar 14
Mar 17
Mar 21

42% Mar 30
Mar 2
Mar
7
Mar 13
Mar 8
11% Mar 10
Mar 1
29
203% Mar 27

67
24 y8
37%
20 y8

91

Mar 30

21% Mar 21
16y» Mar 24
22% Mar 3
Mar 8
104

Foundry-

Common

Ltd

■■

Mar 21
Mar 16
35
36% Mar 27
81% Mar 30

45% Feb 24
3
69% Jan
a
Jan
26
3
21% Jan
102 V* Jan
3

Sale
Sale
Sale
43
87%
.Sale

86

Jan
1
81% Mar 28
23% Feb 10

*20% Jan 24

9%
39%
37%
49%

82%
23%
42 %

44

65

Sale

49%

Mar 17
Mar 23
Mar 13

26

1
2
72% Mar 10
30% Mar 8

9%
37%
37%

Sale
Sale

27
1
15

9% Mar 30
54
83
27
108

23% Mar

Sale

Sale
Sale

16
7

15

48% Mar

20
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

86
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
33%
Sale
Sale
Sale

'

19%

42%
75

40%

70

47%

Sale

Amer-Crystal Sugar com__10
4%<sfc prior preferred
IOC
Amer Cyanamid Co
10
American Distilling Co
10

25%
1043/4
31%
33%

Sale
19%

36%
19%
39%
84%
46%
30%

831,900

I

22%

5
•

190




33
87%

94%
107/s

9

432,900

51,200

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Allied Chemical Corp
Allied Kid Co
Allied Mills Inc
Allied Products Corp
Allied Stores Corp com
4%
preferred

Amer Mach St

.

-

50c

Control Products

Air Reduction Inc com
A J Industries

Amer

6,700
56,400
33,000

50%
17 V*
20%

Bid

Ask

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Priees
Prices

Highest

<

72,300
25,800
456,900 1,162,300
343,300
131,100

46,300
5,600

10

Sale

1

158,100
15,800
19,400
44,400
30,800

195,200

Sale

16%
17%

Aeroquip Corp

214,600
332,200
47,700

44%

38

25
1

ACF-Wrigley Stores Inc
Acme Steel Co
Adams Express Co
Adams-Millis Corp

1

500

4,100
24,800
79,300
78,700

102% 104
33% Sale

A'ddressograph Multig —2.50

39,100

600

100
1

4% conv preferred
ABC Vending Corp
ACF Industries Inc com

47%
66 %
113

44% 46
54 % Sale

Admiral Corp

150

223,200

BM

1
5

Abacus Fund
Abbott Laboratories com

228,700

16,300

700

Opening er
Par

309,200
183,800
131,200

1,149,200 1,643,500
182,400
75,700
44,200

March 1

STOCKS

unless they are the only transactions of the month, and
month in which they occur. No account Is taken of such

-PRICES IN MARCHLowest
March 30
Sale
Cleslng er

Price Jan. 3,

Stock Exchange

Shares

211,700
5.700
337,400

year.

New York

Aggregate Bales

460,348,100 364,771,500

sales are disregarded In the month's range

monthly range are shown In a footnote in the

when selling outside of the regular
sales in computing the range for the

1960

1961

Stock SalesJan. 1 to March 31.

1960

178,007,500 132,040,000

(Shares

FOR MARCH

I3/*
82%
40%
25%
93 %
16%
47%
15%
17%
84%

Mar 28
Mar 9

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
36
Mar
56
Mar
97% Mar
49
Mar
14% Mar

1
1
15
23
10
13

6
10
8
1
29

1
141% Mar 20
35
Mar 9
43% Mar 27
20% Mar 29
56 Ys Mar 1
142% Mar 17
64% Mar 1
122% Mar 22

19% Mar 16
Mar 10

33

123 Va
3
85%
44%
28 y4
93 y2
18

52%
17%
20%
93%
43 ys
65%
120

54%

Mar 8
Mar 7
Mar 1
Maf 22
Maf 30
Mar 1
Mar 23
Mar 8
Mar 17
Mar 30
Mar 14
Mar 1
Mar 16
Mar 20
Mar 15
Mar 13

36
37
60

Jan

Feb
Jan
15% Jan
38% Jan

3

8

36% Mar 27
81% Mar 30
Mar 24
Mar 20
1
79% Feb

26
65

33% Mar 23
9
24% Feb
119
42

3
4

46

Feb
Feb
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

9
10
20
22
20
15

52% Feb 28
20
Mar
10%Mar
39% Mar
38% Mar
49% Feb
97% Mar
23% Mar
43% Feb
87
Mar
50
Mar

8
22
30
6
8

4

3
6

40
84

Feb
Jan

2

42%
29%
57%
20y»
32%
17%
8%

Mar 8
Jan 20
3
Jan
Jan

67
Mar 2
24% Jan 24

Mar 16
Jan
3
Jan
4

21% Feb 16
11 y4 Mar 10

24

Jan

176% Jan
61% Jan
18y2 Feb
13% Jan
20 Va Jan
99% Jan

*>

4

3
.

6

17
20

42% Mar 30
37

30

4

28
17
21

Mar

Jan

9

18

203% Mar 27
91
Mar 30
22% Feb 27
16 Va Mar 24

3
9

22y4 Mar
104
Mar

3
8

85 y4 Jan
3
1% Feb 28
82% Mar 28
34% Jan
4
24% Jan
3
90% Jan 10
13% Jan
3
47% Mar 23
15% Jan
5

123% Mar

8

16% Feb

6

3

86%
44%
28%
93%

Mar

7

Feb 27
Feb 21

Jan 26
Feb 28
18
Mar 23
52% Mar 8
17% Jan
9

20% Mar 30
93% Mar 14

79
34

Jan 16
Jan 19

54

Jan

18

65% Mar 16

76% Jan

6
3

120
Mar 20
54% Mar 15
16% Mar 13
143% Mar 6
42% Mar 10
50% Mar 9
26% Mar 21
63
Mar 20
145% Mar 2
66% Feb 20
124
Feb 23

41

Jan

54%
136%
60%
122%

Mar

Feb

35% Feb 28

Jan

36

Mar 20
145% Mar 2
66% Mar 20
124
Mar 24

35% Mar 21

Mar 17
Feb
1
Feb
3

42% Jan
70 y4 Jan
19ya Jan

12% Jan
140
Jan
35
Mar
33% Jan

22

27%
109

47%
63%
22%

C
3

43 Va Jan 23
19% Jan 31
3
bva Jan
4
34 % Jan

16%
143% Mar 6
42%, Mar 10
50% Mar 9
26 y4 Mar 21
63

54
84

1

16

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Feb

3
4
8
3
13
3

3
3
3

19% Mar 16
27 % Jan

3

44

Feb 24

27% Jan 16
35% Mar 21

April, 1961
Aggregate Sale*
March
Shares

STOCKS
American Stores

53,600

20,600

Amer

48,600
36,500
692,500 1,915,200
14,000
11,700

35 960100

91,200
2,610

.25

6% preferred
—
Preferred 5%% series—25
Amer Zinc Lead At Smelt—.1
AMP Inc endorsed shares__l

1,170
88,600
122,600

Ampex

1,100,600 2,688,000

Anaconda Co
-.50
Anaconda Wire At Cable
•
Anchor Hock Glass com_6.25

114%
111

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

120%
111

Sale
Sale
Sale

71%

Sale

75%
126%

Sale

48%

Sale
Sale
29

Sale
Sale

38
40 y8
92
41%
47%

Sale
Sale
Sale
28%
27%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
94
Sale
Sale

126%

Sale

Sale
29%
26%
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

34

35%

33%
33

92

47%
23%
28
27
14%
73%

21%
54%
52%

23

28%
26%
16%
88%
22%
57%

44%
92%

Archer-Daniels-Midland

Sale

40%

Sale

74,800
94,900

Argo

34
39%
68%
38%

Sale
Sale
Sale

39%
74%
44%

Sale
Sale
Sale

50%

Sale

Sale

79
30
14

79%
Sale

55%
82%

21~900

135,500

25,800

110,100

19.800
42,800
91,100

704,200
95,500
6,430
105,800

1,080

55,400
1,580
19,800
45,400
88,300

107,800
351,000

8,400
16,000
920
34,500

28,900
51,900
2,600
89,400

<un

28,500
251,900
3,410
199,600
19,400
17,500

5,700
1.300
286,500

72,700
727,200
9,810
524,500

51,700
39,400
25,700
2,900

Atlantic City

58,900
1,920
500
19,300
12,900

3,300

1,470

424,000

4%%

23,700

11,500
9,700
26,100

20.000
23,554

42,200

55,900
26,600
49,800
95,900

10,700

25,000

24,300

70,900

10

10
990

11,800
20,800

290

54,700
89,300
653,900

122,200
264,700
653,900

320

1,370

106,900

276,700

350

490

44.900

5,900
173,000

148,500
17,800
559,600

10

120

65,100

166,900

68,900
99,000

185,400
204,800

7,000

18,700

201,000

592,700
26,400
122,900

9,400
36,800

18%

29%
93 y8
83
28%

•

100
100

100

Basic Products Corp
Bath Iron Works Corp
Rausch At Lomb Inc

Bayuk Cigars Inc
Beatrice Poods Co—

100
—1

Beldlng-Hemlngway

—1

50
10

S
preferred
100
Bell Intercontinental Corp
1
Bendix Corp
5
Howell Co com

Beneficial Finance Co

com_l
50

preferred.
Benguet Consol Min—2 pesos
5%

At Co Inc
Bestwall Gypsum

1
40c

Best

Co

550

210

81,900
20,000
98,200
32,700
56,500
21,400
234,400
87,300
620,100 1,525,900
24,400
6,300
55,100
23,600
66,900
94,500

218,500

105,900

265,600

700

950

55,100

190,500
49,800

14,800
11,400
4,100
126,300
64,500

236,600

31.900
13,000

315,400
295,700

1.400

4.700

19,400
18,700
93,400

48,900

288,000

280

480

Pnr

48,000

Common
1% preferred

Bigelow-Sanford Inc
4%%

5

.

pfd ser of 1951-100
Mfg Co_50c

Black At Decker
Blaw-Knox Co
Bliss At Laughlln
Bliss (E W) Co

10
Inc

2.50
l
5

Boeing Airplane Co
Bohn Alum At Brass Corp
Bond Stores Inc
Book-of-the-Month
Club Inc
Borden Co

5
1

1.25
7.50

(The)
Borg-Warner Corp com
5
3 % % preferred
100
Borman Food Stores Inc
1
Boston Edison Co
25
Boston At Maine RR com__*
5%
preferred
100
Braniff Airways Inc
2.50

Bridgeport Brass Co com 5
4%9fc conv pfd
50

3.50
Briggs At Stratton Corp
3
Bristol-Myers Co common.1
3%% preferred
100

Brlggs Manufacturing

footnotes, see page




100

—

29.

82%
3%

86%

87%

35%
32%
56

Sale
Sale
Sale

55
14.

Sale

84
34%
32 %
57%
55 %
15%

Sale
Sale
Sale
54%
Sale
14
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
53%
280
255
95
Sale
Sale

94

18%
90%

14%
Sale
Sale

66

54%
45%
34 y»

18%
117

81%
22

32%
50

14%
51

89%
12 y8
67
34

Sale
Sale
34
Sale
Sale
Sale
92%
Sale

Sale
Sale

.

___

-

68

Sale

82 y8
19

34%
56%
16

62%
91%
14%
64%
42

49%

83%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
93%
Sale
Sale

18%

Sale
62 Va
320
290
96 % 98%
Sale
20%
138% Sale
Sale
1%
84
83

15%
60%
93%
13%

63%
44%
50%

49%
Sale
Sale

43

Sale

1%
36%
46%

Sale
Sale
Sale
71%

45%
145%
14%
73%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
22%

54
41

Sale
Sale

25

Sale

19%
41%
26

Sale
Sale
26%
Sale

71

44%

32%
23 y8
16%
37%
22%
19%

78

26%
61%
39%
78

29%

Sale

38%

67%

74%

5%

65

Sale

50%
77%

77%

79

83

11%
35%
44%
7%

34%
65 Ve
42%

Sale

Sale
Sale
46

Sale
Sale

Sale
84%

Sale
Sale
Sale

78%

Sale

73%
0

Sale
Sale
79

40%

Sale
Sale

11

Sale

25

Sale

5%
10%

49%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

5y8
9%
8%
24%
39%
6%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

21

79
Sale

59%

35%

Sale
Sale

Sale
46 y8
145
144
Sale
15
75%
74
Sale
50
Sale
42 Va
26% Sale
21% Sale
Sale
45%

75

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

20 VB

Sale
95

44%

Sale
Sale
Sale

22

16

1%
37%

Sale

Sale

Sale
35%
Sale

19
34
62

Sale

1%
33%

39%
141%
12%

Sale
Sale

34 Va

Sale
Sale
Sale

49

56

Sale
Sale

■

Sale
Sale

6

Sale

10%
12%

Sale

36

Sale

45%

47

7

57%
74%
83

63% Mar 20

21% Jan
9% Jan

2614 Mar 22

3
1

26 Va Mar

3
i

10% Mar
43%
87%
48 V*
57%

83% Mar 22
34% Mar 9
32
Mar 10

52%
42%

_

69% Feb
102% Feb
53% Jar.

Mar 10

85
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

27% Mar 14
45% Mar 14
Mar 21
78
Mar 10
108
63% Mar 20

27% Jan 20
4
94 V* Jan
82% Jan 12
3
28 V* Jan
3
28
Jan
5
54% Jan
4
53% Jan
13% Mar 9
65
Feb 24
3
15% Jan
8
18% Feb
3
47% Jan
39% Mar 21
33% Jan 10

21 Va

Sale
315
98 %

60
290
97

45% Mar 14
Mar 21
78

30% Mar 30

Sale

19%

Feb

22
Jan
35% Jan

28% Mar 29
95% Mar 16

Sale
Sale
Sale

17%

'

—

98%

20-

Sale
Sale

Sale

30%

78% Jan 11
3
30
Jan
13% Mar 16
20% Feb
8

3
4% Jan
36% Jan 10
3
12% Jan

23%
Sale

Sale
98

30
13
23

75 V* Mar 17
48% Mar 17
60 % Mar 30
83% Feb 23
Mar 23
42
15% Jan 24
Feb 28
31
27% Mar 30

3
3
4

7% Mar 29
44% Mar 22
14% Mar 7

23
45

29%
97

67% Jan
37% Jan
50
Jan

5% Mar 6
40% Mar 8
13% Mar 23

22%

Sale

Feb 28
46 % Mar 29

41

3
33% Jan
37% Feb 21

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

14

2

Sale

18%

Sale

-

1
3
4 **■

1
1

Sale

14

Feb 28
ry8 Feb 21
Mar 30
89
25% Mar 14
58va Mar 30
54% Mar 30
40% Feb 20
44% Mar 27
93 y2 Feb 16
44% Feb 16
49% Mar 20

3

15% Mar
18% Mar

Sale
Sale

IV*
43%

Jan

Sale

Sale
Sale
85%

Mar 15
Mar 7
Mar 9

51% Mar 8
81% Mar 30

46% Mar
Mar

6

62% Mar 30
275
Mar 16

96% Mar 15
17% Mar 14
116% Mar 1

1ft Mar 28
2
8
7

34% Mar
56
Mar 1
15 % Mar 23
56% Mar 13
93% Mar 16
13% Mar 23
62% Mar 15
38
Mar 8
49% Mar 14
1% Mar 2
36
Mar 7
44% Mar 27

45% Mar 15
144
Mar 29
13% Mar 6
73% Mar 2
47
Mar 7
39 y8 Mar 7
25
Mar 1
19% Mar 1
41
Mar 1
24% Mar 10
19% Mar 16
Mar
Mar
Mar

2
3

35

Mar 17
Mar 16

26%
59
38%
77%

1

55 Va Mar

1
1

1

Mar 20
35% Mar 8
73% Mar 24
5% Mar 2
10
Mar 13
10% Mar 15
33% Mar 13
44% Mar 21
6% Mar 7
50% Mar 1

72
Mar 23
84% Map 10

97% Mar 16
20% Mar 30
141
Mar 22
1% Mar 30
84% Mar 20
20% Mar 20
35
Mar 23
64V* Mar 21
16y8 Mar 9
62 Va Mar 3
93% lVIar 16
14% Mar 1
67 Ye Mar 6
45% Mar 29
50% Mar 27
1% Mar 1
37% Mar 30
48% Mar 13

47% Mar

6

145% Mar

1

15% Mar 17
76
54

Mar

8

■p 'A-.

1

44% Mar 22
28

22%
47%
26%
22%

Jan

84

98% Mar 30
87% Mar 3
37
Mar 22
33% Mar 21
58
Mar 22
56 % Mar 3
16% Mar 22
70 Va Mar 17
19% Mar 15
22% Mar 15

Mar 1
55% Mar 20
13% Mar 9
65% Mar 13
17% Mar 27
19% Mar 1
49
Mar 15
39% Mar 24
33% Mar 24

82 Va Mar
18
Mar

Mar

14
108

56

56
275

35% Jan

87% Mar 6
47 y« Mar 22
57% Mar 16
83% Mar 8
4y8 Mar 1

Mar 13
Mar 17
Mar 17
Mar 2
Mar 3

35% Mar 22
67% Mar 17
43% Mar 29
78% Mar 17
41% Mar 20
76% Mar 2
6% Mar 22
12% Mar 22
12% Mar 3d
36% Mar 22
Mar 3
47
7% Mar 10
Mar 29
58
80% Mar 6
86% Mut- 14

19

Feb
2
Mar 16

Feb
9
Jan 19
Mar 29

Mar 30
Mar 30

7% Mar 29
44% Mar 22
15% Feb
6
30% Mar 30
100
Jan 27

87% Feb 13
47
Jan
47% Jan
63
Jan
62% Jan
17% Jan
70 Va Mar
19% Mar

19
19
18
19

23
17
.'5
22% Mar 15
56% Feb
1

,

46% Feb
9
35 % Feb 17
Jan 31
Mar 16

64
275

Mar 28
Mar

6
8

Jan

G

48% Jan 16
4
14% Jan
48% Jan

Feb 27
Feb 21

23%
45%
21%
36%

17*,* Mar 14
3
87
Jan
Jan

22
3

83% Mar 8
4% Feb 27
14% Jan 13
108
Mar 30

6
51 % Jan
275
Mar 16
94% Jan 11

1 ft
81
18
34

an

9
15
4

2^%

Jo.n 17
37
3
46% Jan

17

42 Va Mar

27,

33% Jan
33% Feb
90% Jan

1

10 V* Mar

a

44

29% Mar 1
27% Mar 30
27% Mar 14

108

13
1

63% Jan
20 % Jan
41% Jan

Mar 22

15

1

Mar 30
18% Mar 2
23% Mar 29
45% Mar 29
21 Va Mar 30
36% Mar 30

13%
108

Sale
Sale

Mar

51
23%
29*

3

4
13
5
43
Jan
3
32% Jan
3
76
Jan
3
3V* Jan
9
13% Feb
6
73
Jan
5
13% Jan
1
21% Feb
33% Jan 16
3
13% Jan
2
17% Feb

Sale
Sale
89

5%
42%

34

Beck Shoe 4%% pfd
Beech Aircraft Corp
Beech Creek RR Co
Beech-Nut Life Savers

3% Mar 7
13% Mar 9
88
Mar 2
16% Mar 16
22% Mar 9
40% Mar 16

54%

Sale
Sale
Sale

—

Rights

Sale

46

Sale

47%
41%

100
100
2.50
Inc—1

3%% conv pfd
4%%
preferred
Beaunlt Mills Inc
Beckman Instruments

40
85
44

41
85 y8

10

18%

94%

48% Mar
60% Mar
Mar
83
Mar
42

1

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

78

20%
36%

15%
19%

12.50

Common

55% Mar 1
81% Mar 29

Mar

23% Mar 8
9% Mar 24

26%
44%

Sale

69 Va

10
10
—_•

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

69% Mar 24

75% Feb
Feb
128

3

3

13% Jan

40% Mar 1
46% Mar 29
75 V* Mar 17

Mar 15
Mar 1

39

1|Z Mar 30

Feb

26

49% Mar 20

Sale
Sale

27%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

17
22

41% Mar

38% Mar
47% Mar

44

Jan
41
19 % Jan
Jan
28

44% Mar 27

38

24%

4 Va

1

Mar 8
72
Mar 10
21
53'/a Mar 1
Mar 13
50
36% Mar 15
39 % Mar 3

Sale
Sale
107% 108
Sale
61 %

39%
14%
28 %

Sale
Sale

13%
88 %

2

1
34
13% Mar 16
25% Mar 16
Mar 21
24
Mar 23
26
42% Mar 1
Mar 1
71
Mar 2
106
Mar 1
59

i6y8

53%
13 %

10
1
1

82

Sale

53%

1

Aroostook Corp

Barber Oil Corp
Basic Inc

46%
60%

Sale
26%
Sale
42%
Sale
71
107
106
Sale
59%

53

Mar 14
Mar 2

Mar
27
14% Mar

64% Jan
121% Jan

49% Mar 30
23% Mar 1
28% Mar 14
27% Mar 10
16% Mar 17
Mar 30
89
25% Mar 14
58% Mar 30
54% Mar 30
39 % Mar 22

Sale
Sale
Sale

74

Sale
Sale

10

28

33% Mar 6
122% Mar 30

lft Mar 22

75% Mar 22
Mar 2
128

8
7
Mar 23

Mar
Mar

JAN. 1

Highest
Sale
Prices

86% Mar 24
34% Feb 27

28% Jan
3
30% Jan 11
103% Jan
3

2

33% Mar 6
122% Mar 30
1§Z Mar 30

Sale

40
45%

43%

28

100
100
100

pfd
Preferred stamped

Bethlehem Steel Corp—-

437,600 1,387,400
10,000
2,60o
87,400
34,800

Sale
14%
21%
Sale
Sale
Sale

37
13

13

At Elec Co

non-cum

Rell At
4 '/« %

82%

76
3%
13%
74 %
13%
20%

.

preferred ser B

Bangor At

Sale
Sale
Sale

43%
42%

1
(The)„9

Stamped
4%

41%
86%
46%

4%

4% preferred series C
Baltimore At Ohio com

305,900
14,600

Sale
87%
Sale
Sale

37
84%

2.50
3
5c

Baldwln-Llma-Hamllton
Baltimore Gas
Common

24%

37%
13%

Corp

Babbitt (B T) Inc
Babc'k At Wilcox Co

149,200
4,710

5,000

Electric—

Avco Corp
Avnet Electronics

Sale
Sale

9%

preferred—10

Canteen

Automatic

Sale

21%

Austin Nichols At Co com—•
$1.20 conv prior pref
•

188,400
256,600
518,150

•

53%

Common
4%
preferred

769,300

740,900 1,071,000

177,050

22%
36%
71
104

4%
100
Atlantic Coast Line RR
*
Atlantic Refining com
10
$3.75 pfd series B
100
Atlas Corporation com—.
1
5%
preferred
20
Atlas Powder Co
,20

1,983,400 3,187,400
129,800
75,300

non-cum

49%

15

14%
29%
25%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

20%

•
Associated Dry Goods Com_l
5.25% 1st preferred—J00
Associates Investment Co.lO
Atchison Top At San F»— .
Common
—10
5%

34%

15%
Sale
Sale

94
Sale
Sale

40

Sale
Sale

22%

2.50

Arvln Industries Inc
2.50
Ashland Oil At Ref com-.
1
2nd pfd $1.50 series

43,600

610

1
•
1
5

com

Co
Arnold Constable Corp
Aro Equipment Corp

775,300
229,800

11,600

5

_10
5

Armstrong Cork Co
$3.75 preferred
Armstrong Rubber

2,480
59,100

367,100
113,100

•

Oil Corp
Armco Steel Corp
Armour At Co

220,900

192,300
23,800

46%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

36%

90
38

•
At Co_21%
Anderson-Prichard Oil
10

27%

54

$4 preferred
Anderson Clayton

360

71
125%
44%
22%

34% Mar

Feb 28

76

86% Mar 24

Mar 1
31% Mar 8
32
Mar 10
109% Mar 22
1A Mar 22

Sale

32%

Sale
Prices

77

Sale
Sale

83

Sale

Sale
Sale

44

Ask

Bid

34%

Sale
Sale

42%

Sale

RANGE SINCE
Lowest
Sale
Prices

Highest

Prices

77

Sale
Sale

24%

1
Corp_l

Corp

Amphenol-Borg Elect

252,000
442,000
15,310
99,700

110,900
128,100
5,130
28,300

65
121%
42%
19 %
29
25%
14 %
66%

25
5

Co Inc

March 1

104

12.50
100

Corp

Water Wks

Amer

3,600

52,600

Tel

Lowest

March 30
Closing or

Opening er
Bid
Ask

77%
28%
30V»

1
25
25
33%

Co
com

Common
6% preferred
American Viscose

807,000
100,400

31,300

Far

American Tobacco— -

11,220

380

preferred

7%

319,100

165,400

Sugar Re fin

American Tel At

41821100

21,800
1,200

1961

Opening or
Bid
Ask

Stock Exchange

Since
Jan. 1
Shares

In

MARCH

-PRICES IN

Price Jan. 3,

New York

17

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

STOCK

NEW YORK

13

89% Feb 14
1
12y8 Jan
62 V* Mar 15
•

4
33% Jan
48% Jan 12
3
1% Jan

33% Jan
42
Jan

3

39% Jan
141% Jan
12% Jan

3

3

3
3

97% Feb 21
20% Mar 30
141
Mar 22
1% Mar 30
84% Mar 20
22% Jan
6
35% Feb
8
64% Mar 21
16 y8 Feb 23
63% Feb 28
93% Mar 16
14% Feb 15
72
Jan 31
45% Mar 29

50% Mar 27
1% Jan 19
37% Mar 30
48% Mar 13

47% Mar 6
Feb 27
146

15% Mar 17
Mar 8
Feb 27
54
44% Mar 22
Mar 13
28
22% Mar 17
47% Mar 17
27% Feb 17
22% Mar 3

Jan
6
Jan
9
3
32% Jan
3
22% Jan
4
16% Jan
35% Jan 26
6
22% Jan
18% Jan 5

76

19% Jan

3

bo-Pa r ep

7

35% Mar 22
67% Mar 17

Jan
Jan

3
3

43% Mar 29
79% Jan
4

28% Jan

3

41% Mar 20
76% Mar 22
6% Mar 22
12% Mar 22
12% Mar 30
37% Feb 28
47
Mar 3

71
41

35
78

Jan 11
5Va Jan
3

67

9% Jan'
8% Jan
23% Jan
39% Jan
6
Jan

4

48
Jan
P'V, .T^-i

3
3

3

3
3
3

78% Jan 11

7% Mar 10
Mar 29

58

81% Feb 20
86% M"p 14

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NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE—STOCKS

Afpept* Sates

New York

March

Sinc«
Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

STOCKS

27,400

62,800

Price Jan. 3,
1961

Stock Exchange

in

2,410
1,060
37,200
5,500
1,931,500 3,757,300

19,300
382,300

8,600
181,900
188,10O
500
4,600
56,400

15

110

143,400
62,900
344,600 1,002,300
44,400
22,000
22,200
9,800
101,000
59,900
193,000
70,100
222,500
142,000
229,000
64,700
42,000

137,300

84,200

155,000
1,300
1,180
142,200
248,200
20,600
146,100
95,300
87,700
115,300
2,370
105,900
105,600

50,400

109,000
10,600
39,300
43,700
33,300
50,200

520
33,600
30,30o
66,100
1,030
3,200
101,600
192,900
3,760
37,300
304,600
,

181,300
39,460
7,600
222,100
663,500
9,650
153,300

768,400
3,030
550,100 1,1793800

1,060
360

1,340

25,900

64,700

44,900
2,800

160,000
10,400

7,200
22,900

22,900
77,700
1,900

1,000
2,100

3,500

20,700
14,900

84,100
43,200

630

2,250

12,800 J

37,800
7,500
239,400
144,900

Sale
Sale

15%
35%
17%
18%
771/4

preferred

100

preferred
4%% 2nd preference
Burndy Corp
Burroughs Corp

100

67 Va

Sale
Sale
Sale
68

100
1

81%

Sale

5

28

1

24%
-8y8
39%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

4ya

Sale

15%

Sale
Sale

83

Sale

21%

Sale
86
46
Sale
Sale

Burlington Industries

1

com

Bush Terminal Co

By era (AM) Co_
33 %
California Packing Corp
5
Callahan Mining Corp
1
Calumet & Hecla Inc

5

Campbell Red Lake Mines 1
Campbell Soup Co
1.80
Canada Dry Corp com_1.66%
$4.25

preferred
•
Canada Southern Ry Co_100
conv

Canadian Breweries Ltd
Canadian Pacific Ry
Cannon Mills Co

•

25
•

Capital Airlines Inc

1

Carborundum (The) Co

5

Carey (Philip) Mfg Co
10
Carlisle Corp
•
Caro Clinch & Ohio Ry—100
Carolina Power & Light
•
Carpenter Steel Co
5
Carrier Corp common
10
4%% preferred
50
Carriers & General Corp
1
Carter Products Inc
1
Case (J-1) common
12.50
7% preferred
100
6 Va%
2nd preferred
7
Caterpillar Tractor com
•
4.20% preferred
100
Celanese Corp of Am com.*
7% 2nd preferred
100
4%% conv pfd ser A
100
Celotex Corp common
1
5% preferred
20
Central Aguirre Sugar Co
5
Central Foundry Co
1
Central of Ga Ry com
•
5% pfd series B vtc
100
Central Hud Gas & Elec
•
Central Illinois Light com—•

4Va% preferred
Central Illinois Pub Serv

100
10
50

Central RR of N J
Cent & South West Corp_2.50
Central Soya Co
•

,

14

84

44%
44%
21%
59 y.
6%
45

26%
11%
92 y2
44 y2
40

33%
40%
27
50

Sale
Sale

22%

Sale

116%
72%

Sale

34%
3%

20,700
226,900
100

7,100
1,186
31,800
4,600

16,400
1,686
78,600
9,500

128,000

327,000

8,700

33,000

42,000
47,500

140,100

110,100
72,800
1,590
3,300
382,700

304,700
52,700
2,280
1,550
33,200
65,900
85,100
14,600
18,100

13,000
68,700

120,700
252,200
215,800
6,730
5,400
945,700
876.500
116,400

5,430
2,900
109,300
177,700

250,800
30,800

41,500
41,900
139,400

110,900

374,600

25,100
46,900
1,600
420
740
63,600

52,100
97,800
4,270
9,820
2,070
157,200
56,900
830

22,000
310

128,900
22,900

396,800
73,800

160T400

557~900

660
17,300

2,270
66,900

For

footnotes,




32%

51

90%
44 J/4

Chicago Great Western

50

5% preferred
-50
Chic Milw St Paul & Pac
RR Co common
5% ser A non-cum pfd_100
Chic & North Western RR_*
5% preferred series A
100

Sale

Sale

4%
18%

13,%
92%

Sale
Sale

12 y4
101 y4

Sale
Sale

23%

Sale
88
49

26%

Sale
Sale
47

Sale

87
46
49

Sale

23%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

82

81/4

Sale
Sale
Sale

5614

Sale

71/4 Mar 13
53% Mar 9

32%
141/2
98%
53%
51%
40%
45%

Sale

31

29

30

52%

Sale

12%
801/2
4%

Sale
Sale.

87

47%
48%
23 y8
70

8ys
53%
33
13

96%
51%
49%
41
45
28

491/4
12%
78%
4%
38

30
96
63

22%.
42 %

Sale
Sale
Sale
32
Sale
61
103
93
Sale
7 J/4

19%

36

Sale
Sale

14

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

32

15

$4.50 preferred
•
Cleve&Pitts RR Co 7% gtd_50
Special gtd 4% stock
50
Clevite Corp
1
Cluett Peabody <& Co com
•
7% preferred
100
Coca-Cola (The)
•
Coca-Cola Bottling Co N Y-l
Coca-Cola Interna'! Corp
•
Colgate-Palmolive com
—1
$3.50 preferred
•
Collins & Aikman Corp
•

7%
17%
23%
37%
18
60

Va

see page

29.

5%

Sale
Sale
Sale

40

86%

98%
59y4

36
52

Sale
Sale
Sale

67%

.

39
29 y8

1
Mar 30
Mar 7

14

Mar 10
35% Mar 8
341/2 Mar 7
31

Mar 24

4'/4 Mar 15

Sale
Sale

138
Sale
89%
Sale
23%
1150 Va

186

Sale
34%
751/2 77%
271/4" Sale

Mar

3

7% Mar 13
16
23

18% Mar

24%

Mar
Mar

45
67

7
30
7
22
27
30

36

Sale

21

Mar 14

Sale
Sale
Sale

133/s Mar 30
22% Mar 21
411/4 Mar 14
393/4 Mar 1
851/4 Mar 6

59

.

13%
41%
23%
49%
57

983/4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

50
601/4
34% 35
62% Sale
671/4 Sale
134% 135%
90
24
1400

36%

Sale
Sale

751-4

Sale
76

281/4

Sale

101

Mar
42% Mar
75
Mar
49% Mar
211/4 Mar
Mar
5h

12%
38'%
22%
42

55%
961/4
58%
341%
52

66%
134
82

9V8 Mar 24

611/2
191/4
371/4
38'/»

23

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

20
22
28
22

1
31
Mar 30
371/2 Mar 7

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

451/2
80%
52 Va
22%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

3

Mar 20
Mar 6
Mar 14
Mar 30
Mar 21
Mar 16
Mar 16
Mar 9
Mar 8

Sale
Sale

4ya
13%

12%
77%
21 y»
83%
44
44

Mar 30
Jan 12
4
Jan
Jan 25
Jan 19
Jan

3
3
59
4
Jan
3
6% Jan
4
44'A Jan
3
26% Jan
4
113/a Jan
6
9iy4 Jan
3
431/2 Jan
3
39% Jan
32 Vb Jan
3
40% Jan 10
27
Jan
3
1
46% Feb
3
8% Jan
4
72% Jan
3
3% Jan

2iy2 Jan

30 y8 Feb
1
89
Jan 11
22
Jan
115% Jan
71% Jan

3
6
3

35% Feb 17
110

Mar

1
8
8
40
Feb 24
22% Mar 27
17% Jan 19
84
Mar 23
32% Mar 21
17% Mar 2
43
Mar 20
18% Mar 13
21% Mar 28
783/4 Mar 6
70% Mar 28
84 V* Mar 17
313/8 Mar 27
-18 V* Mar 20
25
Mar 10
13
Feb 28
49% Mar 6
5'/2 Jan 11
19 J/2 Mar 28
18% Jan 12
102% Mar 23
26% Mar 30
88
Mar 13
49% Mar 3
51% Mar 9
25y8 Mar 22
82
Mar 30
8% Mar 20

80% Mar
74% Mar

59
36

Mar 23
Mar 13

15%
98%
54 »/4
52%
43%
453/4
2934
59%
13 Va

Mar 20
Mar 30
Mar 29
Mar 30
Mar 13
Mar 29
Mar 29
Mar 13
Mar 20
Mar 21
Mar 20

81
5

38% Mar
94
37%
126 Va
84%

1

Mar 15
Mar 29
Mar 1
Mar 30

31% Feb 21
18% Mar

7
Mar 30

25

25% Feb 23
48
73

32%
43

97%
663/4
26
43

33%

Jan 19
Jan 24
Feb
8
Mar 13
Mar 9
Mar 30
Feb
6
Feb 28
Mar 16

223A Mar 29
Mar 30

44

39% Feb 27
36% Feb
2
5% Mar 29

14
14
15

29
1

10
Mar 1
Mar 16
Mar 15
Mar
1
Mar 1
Mar 6
Mar 3
Mar 13
Mar l
Mar 28
Mar 24
Mar 10

18

Mar

181/2 Mar 10
Mar 2
Mar 6

Mar

2

57

Mar 17

Feb
Feb
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

59% Jan 24

333/4
92%
48%
29 V*
433A
27%
28 3/a
10 3/4
37%
673/4

97

Mar 8
Mar 16
Mar 9
Mar 9

15

87%

27%
221/4
8%
381/2

263/4 Jan

221% Mar

54%
153/4
28%
321/4

101

68
81
23

92

Mar
60% Mar

Sale

Sale
Sale

15%
16 %
73 V*

33% Mar

95

Sale

41%

11V*
31

31% Mar

Mar

41% Mar

6
7
10
23
28
7

23%
133/4
28%
441/4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

•

91

Mar
Mar

24.

24
17

13%
13%
803/4
29

Jan 30
Jan 17
Jan
5
3
Jan
Feb 13
Jan
9
3
Jan
3
Jan
Jan
4
Jan
5
3
Jan
Jan
3
Feb
2
Jan ~26~
Jan 26
3
Jan
Jan 23
3
Jan
4
Jan
3
Jan
3
Jan

Mar
Mar
3174 Mar
Mar 13
43
971/4 Mar 9
66% Mar 30
24% Mar 22
42% Mar 1
333/8 Mar 16
22% Mar 29
38% Mar 1
44
Mar 30
351/2 Mar 9
5% Mar 29
Mar 17
57

Mar
1
Mar 27

17%
291/4
33%

Sale

96%
58%

Sale

68
44
35

24 Vb Jan
3
17
Jan 10
21% Jan 27
3
18% Jan
38
Mar 6
59
Mar 7
3
27% Jan
38'A Jan 24
3
92% Jan
571/2 Jan 18
20% Jan 10
38
Jan 24
25
Jan
4
9
93/4 Jan
31
Jan 17
3
20% Jan
31
Mar 24
3% Jan
4
50
Jan
5

15
57

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
56 Va 57
33% 33%
55% Sale
61% Sale
135
136%
79% Sale
22
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
64% Sale
97
109
9
8%
18% 21
31
Sale
371/4 Sale

Sale

42%
571/4

23

37%

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

42%
351/4

Sale

401/2
23%

Sale
Sale

30%

38

Sale
Sale

•32%
74%

Sale
42%
96%
Sale
24%
Sale

22

Sale

Sale

1150

25

39

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

95%

1

Mar 15
Mar 29
Mar 1
Mar 30

28%
103/4
37%
64%

102%
45%
81%
51%
21%
53'/4
12%

-

94
37%
126%
841/4

241/4
8%
35%
62%

38%

1

38% Mar

43%
24%
27%
9%
37%

Chrysler Corp

com

Mar 21
Mar 20

Sale
Sale
Sale
9
Sale
371/4 Sale
Sale
63%
101
109

16%
24%
43%

Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Co

81
5

23
22 '/4
38
59
29 Va

66%
23%

42%
23%
24%

23

Cleve Elec Ilium

13
29
28
13
21

Sale
Sale

151/4
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
991/2

.

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

48

16%

8

43%
453/4
293/4
59%
13 Vz

27%

14

10
1

15y4 Mar 20
98 y2 Mar 30
54 y4 Mar 29
52 'A Mar 30

Sale

15%

Equipment Co
Cletrac Corp

8 3/i Mar 20
59
Mar 23
36
Mar 13

45%

•

Clark

Mar 30

82

26%

Chickasha Cotton Oil
5
Chock Full O' Nuts Corp_25c

Sale
Sale

49% Mar 3
51 y4 Mar 9
25 Vb Mar 22

Mar 1
483/4 Mar 21
29'/4 Mar 21
43% Mar 30
27% Mar 20

Chicago Yellow Cab

5
*

28
3

Mar 13

88

7
Mar 6
44% Mar 16
24% Mar 6
38'/4 Mar 15
22% Mar 7

24'%

City Investing Co.r
City Products Corp
City Stores Co

9iy2 Mar

14% Mar 15
1021/4 Mar 23
26% Mar 30

Sale
Sale

*

66%

10
1
2
14
1

10

12%
49%
51/2
191/2

Mar 10
Mar 1
Mar 6
Mar 15
Mar 27

33%
91%

92

Sale

51%
211/a
451/2
14%
36%
21%
401/2
561/4

Sale
Sale
92%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
333/4 Mar

39%
44 J/2
27%
48%
Hi/4
77%
41/a

25

Sale
Sale
Sales

33%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

49

841/4 Mar 17
313/8 Mar 27
38i/4 Mar 20

51

20

38

50% Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale

43
Mar 20
18 y2 Mar 13
21% Mar 28
78 3/4 Mar 9
70 y2 Mar 28

Sale

8

82»/2
98J%

Sale

22
23
32% Mar 21
17% Mar 2

11

106% Jan 10

8
29
27

56

Chic Rock Isl & Pac RR

38

96 Vz Mar

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

Sale
Sale
48
69

31%

Sale

Chicago Pneumatic Tool

25%

12% Mar

Sale

391/4
22 y4
17 y4
84

29% Mar 13

42
95

Sale
53%

53

Sale

3
8
1
6
14
1

8

26% Mar 7
18ys Mar 20

44
65

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

4%

Mar

801/2 Mar
74% Mar

30 y4 Jan

1

Sale
18%

24%

Sale

32%

22% Mar 14
68% Mar 7

9

Mar

28% Mar 7
119% Mar 7
783/4 Mar 23

18%

Sale
Sale
Sale

15%
38%
37%

Sale

35% Mar
110

37% Sale
122% 123%
83% Sale

Sale

20%
7%

17%
24%

34%
91%

'Sale
Sale,

42%

18%
371/a
33%

Cincinnati G & E com
8%
Preferred 4% series
100
43A% preferred
100
Cincinnati Milling Mach
10
C I T Financial Corp
•
Cities Service Co
10

Sale

63%

181/4

52%
13%
23%
29 ya

25

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

41

1.25
1
Chemway Corp
1
Chesapeake Corp of Va
5
Chesapeake & Ohio com 25
3 % % conv preferred
100
Chicago & Eastern HI RR__*
40

4%
15 %

Sale
Sale
Sale

241/4

Sale

Class A

47

25

17%

26 y8 Mar
34'/4 Mar 6
21% Mar 8
10
Mar 10
441/4 Mar 3
4% Mar 6
143/4 Mar 23
12 y8 Mar 30
91% Mar 8
22
Mar 20
86
Mar 6
46% Mar 22
48 y8 Mar 2

Sale

28

41'A

82V2 Mar

15
28
13
2
7
7
2
27
3
10

121/4

Sale
Sale
44

1

85%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

18
Mar
77 y4 Mar
69
Mar

1
27
6
8

45

23

Sale

Mar

22%
Sale

22

Sale
18%

Sale
Sale

27

59

37% Mar
17% Mar
14% Mar
81% Mar
30 Va Mar
143/4 Mar
351/2 Mar
16y4 Mar

30%
36%
23%
11%

291/4

Sale
Sale

Chemetron Corp

69
84

84
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
72

126%
80%

22

Chance Vought Corp
Checker Motors Corp

78%

32% Mar 29
1083/4 Mar 15

Sale
Sale
Sale
85

17

20%
77%

Sale
0
Prices

Mar 15

Sale

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices

Highest

75

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

16%
391/4

70%

21
Sale

40%
26
10

263,600
3,460

16
82 y4
31

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

20 y»

620

Sale

80
Sale

92%
58%

101,200

391/4
21%

48

22%
18%
44
76
27%
38 %

Chadbourn Gotham Inc
Chain Belt Co
10
Champion Paper & FibreCommon :
.*
$4.50 preferred
•

78
64 i/a

Sale
Sale

17 %

408,000
21,400

28%
35%

Sale

33

109%

Sale
17%

24%

202,000
11,600

68
82

„

92
31%

Sale

21

166,600

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

30%

1
1

83,400
5,500
71,600

Sale

89%

1

Champion Spark Plug Co_l%
Champlin Oil & Refin Co—1

Sale
Sale
Sale

74

4

Cessna

Products
Aircraft Co

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

8%
72%

Certain-teed

225,800
180,600

83%
Sale

81%
31

253,200

73,800
85,500

Sale

Sale

113,900

427,600
444,300

18%
14%

82%

•
5

149,700

Sale

80%

Century Industries Co
Cerro Corp

39,300

60%
39

75%

29
11 %

5
5

f

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

•

146,100
61,400
218,300
460,500 1,902,700

181,400
50,400

35y8
110

1
10

3%%

570

5
5

31%
16 y,
16 %
73%

4%

1,520

40
190

510
170

•
*

Buckeye Pipe Line Co

Bullard Co
Bullock's Inc
Bulova Watch Co Inc

650

1,300
103,400
48,600
91,100

Brown Shoe Inc
Brunswick Corp

Bucyrus Erie Co
Budd (The) Co common
$5 preferred
Buffalo Forge Co

116,400
715,800 1,234,100

Bid

or
Ask

Sale
30%
106 ya 107%
72
73%
49
Sale
35% 36%
14
Sale
14% Sale

10
5.50% preferred ser A_100

173,600
46,100
236,700

20,900

Opening or J

Bid

Brooklyn Union Gas

-PRICES IN MARCHLowest
Stale
doling or
Prices
Bid
Aak

March 30

,

Opening
Par

615,000
1,100
14,200

March 1

97

90
41

Jan
Jan
21% Jan

4
9

10

38'A
16 Vb
203A
7%

4
Mar 15
Jan
4
Jan
3
3
Jan

32

Jan

3

24
3
Mar 20

Jan

7'/4 Jan
16

21% Feb 14
351/2 Jan
9
13% Jan
Feb
133A Jan

52

231/2 Jan

3
7
3
3
3
3

26

Mar 21
Mar 22

28
20

26

Mar 20

4
15
Jan
12 V* Jan 23
21% Jan 12
3
37% Jan
37% Jan 10

16% Mar

2
291/4 Mar 30
45% Mar 3

433/4 Mar 20
89
Mar 23
1021/2 Mar 1
48 % Mar
83
Mar

54%
241/4
60%
14%
413/4
23%
511/2

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
59
Mar
98 3/4 Mar
61
Mar
36% Mar
64% Mar

6
3

20
17
29
16
30
30
20
23
17
22
2
20

721/2 Mar 15
138% Mar 7
Mar 30

90

Jan

Jan

82'/2 Jan

3

983/4 Feb

7
3
3
6
13
4

37% Jan
65% Jan
50% Jan
20% Feb
44 Va Jan
12
Feb 16
33
Jan 16
21
Jan
3
3
40'/2 Jan
53% Feb 23
4
94 V* Jan
5
56% Jan
33
Jan 10
473/4 Feb 23
61
4
Jan
134
Mar 24
77% Jan
4
21 y8 Jan
4

28
1
21
21
30
20
20
22
28
18

Mar
Mar
Feb
Jan
Jan 24

9V8 Mar 24
19 y8 Jan 18
31
Mar 30
37 %

Feb 24

18% Feb 27
62
Feb 27
19% Feb 28
38
Feb 27
38 V* Mar 21
26
Mar 22
26

Mar 20

17
Feb 27
29 Va Mar 30

45% Mar 3
433/4 Mar 20
89
Mar 23
102% Feb 28
49% Feb "17
83

Mar

3

54%
24 V*
60'/2
14%

Feb
8
Mar 17
Mar 29
Jan
5
413/4 Mar 30
73% Feb 23
51 VzMar, 20
59
Mar 23
983/4 Mar 17
61
Mar 21
36% Mar 2
64% Mar 20
74
Feb 16
138 Va Mar 7
95% Feb 17
26

Jan 31

223A Mar

7

251/2 Mar 22

34

1
2

37% Mar 14
6

74

Jan

5

77

7

28% Mar 30

23

Jan

3

283/4 Mar 30

Mar

75% Mar
26 y8 Mar

77

.

Mar

30% Jan26

37% Mar 14
Mar

6

NEW YORK STOCK

April, 1961
Aggregate Sale#
in
March

Since
Jan. 1-

Shares

575,900
389,800
3,400

790

1,510

164,200
176,900
309,100

515,900
536,500

STOCKS

Shares

247,700
120,300
1,300

New York
Stock Exchange

1,070
23,800
16,400
66,400
29,000

207,500
52,000
3,100
1,060
150,300

540,300
1,790
76,500
58,600
183,500
81,100

650,000
143,600

Par

preferred
preferred
Comptometer Corp

144,000

Cone

80,500
120,400

87,900
181,300
542,800

7,800

24,300

Congoleum-Nalrn Inc
Consolidated Cigar Corp—1
Cons Edison Co of N Y Inc-*
$5 preferred
•

41,500
44,800
8,300

137,500
137,300
17,500
163,500
153,600
117,300
8,190
1,510

195,500
64,600
38,000

58,000
56,200
47,900
2,540
350
170

460

75,200

265,500

530

780

90,800
890

193,300
2,240

228,200

543,600

1,300

3,930

80,500
700

160,600
2,300

191,200

483,800

159,000
87,000

339,400
246,800

26,000
52,400

53,400
123,100

49,700
42,400
86,600
50,300
45,400
115,900
25,800

133,000
112,300
165,000
180,500
126,100
297,300

110
230

260
330

43,300
21,400
216,800

128,800
28,400
231,000

47,800

106,300

100

600

15,200
41,100
16,700

24,700
166,000
35,700
366,800
197,600
3,800

117,800
89,500
1,400

90,800
1,160
110,200
1,500
15,800
85,300
1,000
9,900
9,200

512,800

259,200
4,110
396,200
4,600
45,300
299,200
2,900

283,200

23,700
18,800
289,900
6,800
5,200
695,100

7,200
28,400

17,600
68,700

28,500

104,400

100,700
2,800
1,500

60

180

93,200
111,300

254,100
271,900
223,800

118,900
19,300
400
590
50

245,300
107,400
34,100
34,700

100,000
100,600
83,500

64,000
55,400
136,900
5,400

59,200
47,600
4,900
30,600

24,200
99,500
74,900
50,600
35,000
52,000
54,300

28,300

73,800
800

1,010
390
555,900

288,300
113,300
62,300
204,700

148,300
329.500

96,900

147,600
341,600
20,700
195,100
216,800
25,800
89,000
42,400
407,400

Nast Publications

Conde

Mills

Corp

1

•
10
_*

Consolidated Electronics —8
Consolidated Foods
1.33%
Consol Laundries Corp
A
Con sol Natural Gas
10
Consolidation Coal Co
1
Consumers Power Co com—*

•
•

100

Contln'tal Baking Co

com.5

—•

$5.50 preferred

Continental Can com——10
$3.75 preferred
—'•
Continental Copper St Steel

—2

Common

5% preferred
25
Continental Insurance
1
Continental Motors Corp—1
Continental Oil of Del—
5
Continental Steel Corp—7
Controls Co of America , . ,B
Cooper-Bessemer Corp — 8
Cooper Tire St Rubber Co—1

Copeland Refrlger't'n Corp_l
Copper Range Co
6
Copperweld Steel
5
Corn Products Co (Del)
1
Corning Glass Works com—5

preferred
100
3%% pfd ser of 1947—100
Cosden Petroleum Corp—1
3%%

Coty Inc
Coty International
Crane Co common

3%%

—1
Corp—.-1
25

100

preferred

of Wheat Corp
3
Crescent Petroleum com—1
Cream

convertible pfd

5%

25

Crown Zellerbach
Common

$4.20

preferred

•

preferred 100
Cuban American Sugar
10
Cudahy Packing Co com
5
4%% preferred
100
Cuneo Press Inc.
5
Cunningham Drug
2.50
Curtis Publishing common 1
$4 prior preferred
•
$1.60 prior preferred
•
Curtiss Wright Corp com
1

Dana

Corp common
3%% preferred ser A

Dan River Mills Inc

De Soto Chem Coatings
Common
Detroit Edison Co
Detroit Steel Corp
De Vilbiss Co
Diamond Alkali Co
Diamond National Corp
$1.50 preferred
Diana Stores Corp
D1 Giorgio Fruit Corp
Diners
Club
Inc

100
5

20

1
15
10

1
25
50c

2.50

202,600

Dome

For footnotes, see page 29.




29%
62%

23%
90%
47%

Ltd

lnc_

52

5

54 y2 Feb 28

39%

Sale
Sale

38%
25 V*
33 V*

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

37 y2 Mar
23% Mar
28% Mar

4
35% Jan
3
23% Jan
21% Jan 12

40 y2 Feb 20

1

Sale
73

71
56
57

Sale
Saie

109

20%
16 Va

45%

19

14%

Sale
Sale
Sale

10

49ya
787/a
105 V*

Sale

104%

Sale

43%

Sale

40

42%
24

56%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

35%
65%

Sale
Sale

40%
23%
58%
34%

Sale

95%

96%

67
95

93 %
86

94%
85%

Sale

88%

Sale
Sale

32%
Sale
Sale

Sale
92%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
86

89%

Sale

21%

Sale

59%

Sale
Sale

10%
57 Va

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

31%

59
9%
55%

44%
33%
36
9ya
35%
17

38%
88

171%
85
89

82%

45

Sale

39%
9 V*

Sale

38

Sale

15%

Sale
Sale

36%
88%

Sale
Sale

1841/4
85
89

23%
14

14 V*

16 Va

Sale

46%

Sale

74

77
Sale
Sale
Sale

51
77

6Ve
63
75

4

36
20
25

Sale

90
17%
90%
17%
9%
64

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
66

11%

Sale

32 y»
8V'b

32 V*
Sale

52%
17%
16%

Sale

55%
77%
75

78%
38%
52%
19%
44%
28%

24%
16%

7%
48%
14%
30%

58%
36%
29%
14%
16%
24 Va

3%

40
20
26

47%
53%
41

55%
91%
22%

Sale

78%

23%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

471/4

Sale
Sale

56

Sale
103
101
Sale
18%
12% Sale
69
68
12% 13

21%
27%
47%
71%
40%

92
22%
102%
18

10%
671/2
13%
32%
9%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
87
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
76
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
68%
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

65%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
87%

38%

Sale

87

88%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

14%
16%
31%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

77%
79%
Sale

78

79y2

26%
681/2
78%
78%

81%
34

83

81

Sale
84

Sale

57%

37%
56%

Sale
Sale

Sale

19%

Sale
Sale
Sale

18%

Sale
Sale

18
Sale
Sale
Sale

45%
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

17%
Sale

28 V*
32 V#

Sale
Sale

17%
14%
23%
19 Va

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

33%
9%
50%

17%
19%
34%

66%
78%

43%

34%
27%
19%

9%
50%
18%
36%
68%

44%
31

16%
17%
21%
38 V*
37%
17

16%
21%
20

Sale

1
1
9

50

16%
20
34

67%
37%
87
15

17%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

41%
33%
18%

Sale

12%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

54%
19%
35"%

47

63%
44%
31%
16%
18%
21%
40%
37

18%
19%
20%
21%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
88
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
79%

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Mar

45%
42%
24 V*
58%
36 Va
67%
96%
97%

Mar 30

39% Mar 23

22% Mar 10
8
32% Mar 6
64% Mar 15
94y2 Mar 22
53

Mar

94 % Mar
88% Mar

1
2

90

105% Mar 1
36 % Mar 14
81% Mar 2

10%
20%
61%
10%

Mar 30
2
33% Mar 8

44

8

34 V* Mar 6
15% Mar 28
34% Mar 27
Mar 27
84
171% Mar 1
84 Va Mar 3
Mar 20*
89
23% Mar 8
13% Mar 7
3% Mar 1
50% Mar 1
Mar 10
76
39% Mar 1
19 y8 Mar 8
25% Mar 8
46% Mar 1
52% Mar 1
40% Mar 30

9
1
14
8
23
30
3
17
29
7
1

10%

Mar

68

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar 29
Mar 9
Mar 9
Mar 1

12%
31%
8%
50
16

18%
33
65

36% Mar 23
87
Mar 3
14ya Mar 2
16% Mar 15
26% Mar 30
65% Mar 6
78 V* Mar
78
Mar

6
2

82% Mar 20
33% Mar 1
53 % Mar 9
17% Mar

9

1
43 y2 Mar
34 ya Mar 9
27% Mar 3
18 y8 Mar 13

1
1
16% Mar 14
34% Mar 6
Mar 30
63
Mar 1
44
30% Mar 3
15% Mar 15
17% Mar 14
19% Mar 7
37 ya Mar 1
36 Va. Mar 27
Mar 1
17
15% Mar 7
Mar
9
50 Va Mar

20

19%

Mar
Mar

101

7
6
1

30
13
27
6

24
9

Mar 13
Mar 23

Mar 21
Mar 3

58% Mar 17

30% Mar

21% Mar
97% Mar
17 V* Mar

22
27

3
29
22

38% Mar 30
82% Mar 10

8% Mar 1
19% Mar 3
55 Va Mar 10
9% Mar 1
55% Mar 1

54% Mar
91% Mar

10
20

2

Mar
Mar

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

8

1

49 % Mar 9
35% Mar 21
40% Mar 24
10% Mar 20
39 y2 Mar 23
17 Va Mar 2
41
Mar 10
94
Mar 3
184% Mar 30
86% Mar 27
91
Mar 13
25% Mar 13
18
Mar 21
7% Mar 23
63% Mar 30
76
Mar 10
48
Mar 20
2iya Mar 29
28
Mar 22
507/s Mar 10
72% Mar 30
41 Va Mar 10
58
92 y2
24 Va
102%
18%

Jan

Mar 20
Mar 28
Mar '3

Mar 21
Mar 6
12% Mar 1
69 V* Mar 23

14% Mar 29
33% Mar 20
10% Mar 17
Mar 16
51
Mar 2
18
Mar 16
22
34% Mar 2
69% Mar 13

67
52 Va
50%
23 V*
70

66% Jan 31
Jan

5

105% Mar 27

Feb
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan

1
3

46% Jan
9
44% Feb 28
24 V* Mar 1

38%
39%
20%
50%
29%
61%

Jan

35% Jan
24% Jan
30% Jan
7% Jan
27% Jan
13% Jan
31% Jan

32

17%
20%
22%
43

38% Mar
19% Mar
20

Mar

22% Mar
22% Mar

3
4
3
3
4

3

3
9

Feb
83% Jan
88
Jan
18% Jan

7

9

29% Feb
95
Feb
58
Mar
107 y2 Mar
40 Va Jan
82% Mar

28
9
3
23

5

31
10

10% M£r 13 "
20% Mar 23

62% Feb 21
10% Mar
Feb

59%

3
9

49 V* Mar 9
35% Mar 21
40% Mar 24

10%
39%
17 ya
41

Mar 20
Mar 23

Feb 21
Mar 10

94

Mar

3

184% Jan 27
86% Mar 27
91
Mar 13
25% Feb
9

46% Jan
72% Jan
35% Jan

5
3
30
5
11
18
3

19% Jan

4

25

3
3
4

7% Mar 23
63% Mar 30
76
Feb 21
48
Mar 20
22% Jan
6
28
Mar 22
50% Mar 10
72% Mar 30

1

42

13

Jan

3% Jan

Jan

37% Jan
42% Jan
39% Feb

52% Jan
Jan

89 %
17%
90%
17%
9y2
64%
11%
31%
8ya

4
6
3
3
23
3
5
5

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Mar 29

50

16
15%
30%
62%

Jan.. 3
Feb 24
Mar 29
Jan
4
Jan
3

Feb 10
3
1

12% Jan
3
13% Jan
3
26% Mar 30
55
Jan
3
76% Jan 16
9
76% Feb
4
79% Jan
32%-Jan 27
52% Jan. 3
17% Mar 9
41% Jan 11
27% Jan
3
24% Jan
5
16% Jan
3
_

13

14% Jan
29% Jan

2
20
27
7
17
21

58%
35%
29%
12%
15%
19%

17
3
30
28
16
20

7

Mar

90

Jan

74
167

Fdb

,98

3
7% Jan
19 Va Feb 17
54% Jan 4
3
7% Jan
6
53% Jan

7% Jan
48% Jan

19%
36%
69 Va
47%

58% Mar 30
36 y4 Mar 13
67% Mar 27
97
Feb 24

4
4

3
23 % Jan
90% Jan 11
6
44% Jan
3
103
Jan
34% Jan 3
6
77% Jan

14% Mar 20
27
30

5
3

4
92% Jan
93
Jan 13
85% Jan 30

32
Jan
86 V* Feb

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

87% Mar 30
28 ya Mar 21

79% Mar.22
101% Feb
8
111 y« Feb
9
22
Feb 24
19% Mar 29
15 ya Mar 22
107/a Mar 10
51
Mar 20
79% Mar 22

Mar 6
Mar 3
15% Mar 27
Mar 7
20
31% Mar 1
69% Mar 29
79% Mar 9
78% Mar 17
82 y2 Mar 20
37 ya Mar 30
58% Mar 22
Mar 22
20
48% Mar 30
44% Mar 22
Mar 27
37
19% Mar 22

39
87

56

Mar 30
Mar 21
Mar 23
Feb
3
62
Mar 30
28% Mar 16

25%
34%
73%
58%

3
Jan
6
Jan
Jan 11
Jan 13
3
Jan
9
21% Jan
3
68 y« Jan
6
97 % Jan
4
108% Jan
14 y8 Jan 11
3
127/a Jan
3
12
Jan
3
77/a Jan
3
37
Jan

29 Vi Mar 1
93
Mar 8
58
Mar 3
107% Mar 23

26 V* Mar 30
92% Mar 8
5iy2 Mar 28

8y4 Mar

Mar 3
Mar 30
Mar 21
Mar 23
Mar 29
Mar 30
Mar 16
Mar 30
Mar 21
Mar 22
Mar 9

101 %
110% Mar
21% Mar
19% Mar
15% Mar
10% Mar
Mar
51
79% Mar
105% Mar

1

88

-

79%

9ya Mar

96%

Sale
94%
52%
sale
106 ya 107
38% Sale
82%
Sale

28%
87%
28 Va

45% Mar
71% Mar

40

26%
93%

62

15% Mar 10
13% Mar 9

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
97%

9%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Mar 9
Mar 10
Mar 8
Mar 2
Mar 14
24% Mar 7
71 % Mar 9
99% Mar 21
109
Mar 23
18% Mar 9

53%
55%
25%
83 Va

104

Sale
Sale
Sale

18%
15%

Sale

39%
25%
34%
73%
58%

8
9
1

70

Sale

91
Sale

89%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

20%

8%

19%

Sale

Sale

Sale
20

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
94%

20%
Bale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

29%
92%
53%
105%
38
81%

7%
19%
56%
7%

83%
86%

18%

71%

78%

30%
7%
28 V*
13%
31%
78 y#
178%

110

109%
Sale
Sale

14 V*
9Va

77%

35%
25%

27%
77%
100%

Sale
Sale

74%
100 V* 101

35%

56%

73%
58%
6IV2
26%
87%

Sale
Sale

85%
26

Sale
Sale
Sale

103

32%
86%
12%
13%
30%

225,900
151,400
118,900
117,100

Domlnick Fund

50%

1

1
Disney (Walt) Product 2.50
Distill Corp-Seagrams Ltd
2
Divco Wayne Corp
1
Dr Pepper Co_

81,400

21

30%
73 V*

Dayton Power St Light com_7
Preferred 3.75% ser A_100
Preferred 3.75% ser B.100
Preferred 3.90% ser C-100
Decca Records Inc
50c
Deere & Co
10
Delaware St Hudson Co
1
Delaware Pow St Lt Co
6.75
Delta Airlines Inc
3
Dentists Supply
Denv St R G West RR CO—•

Mines

44

39%

1
10

50c
10

Dayco Corp
Daystrom Inc

54% Mar 23

27

Sale

.

Mar 15

Sale

53%

conv

Class A
Cutler Hammer

53

28%

Corp—
—8

Crucible Steel of Amer_12.50

5%%

54%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
40

.

53

24 y8

•

prefei red

55

Sale
Sale

39%
42%
39%

Crowell-Collier Publishing—1
Crown Cork St Seal com 2.50
$2

54%

36%

83%

America—
5

Common
4% preferred

41% Jan 11
14% Jan
3
43
Jan
3

53

93
92

•

$4.50 preferred
$4.52 preferred
$4.16 preferred
Container Corp of

50% Mar 17
20% Mar 3
47
Mar 2

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
98%
97
108 y2 109 V*
14% Sale
Sale
13
Sale
12
iVa Sale
Sale
37
68% Sale
Sale
102

100
100

8,000
3,170
524,200
460,000

5.25%

Sale

43% Mar 7
18 V* Mar 14
45 Vs Mar 1

19%
45%

70%
22 y.
68%

Prices

Prices

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

44 Va

23%

Sale
Prices

45%
18%
46%

Sale

Sale

23
67
53
51 Va
24

Commercial Credit
10
Commercial Solvents
1
Commonwealth Edison Co_25

Ask

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale

Highest

50% Mar 17
207/a Mar 3
47
Mar .2

51%

S4.25 preferred
Columbian Carbon Co
•
Columbus St So Ohio Elec—S
Combustion Engineering
1

4.64%

Bid

43

-10
8
—•

Columbia Gas System
Columbia Pictures com

Opening er

14%

2.50 4

-PRICES IN MARCHLowest
Sale
Prices

March 30
Cleslng er
Bid
Ask

March 1

47

Collins Radio Co_
Colorado Fuel St Iron com_5
5%% preferred ser B
SO
Colorado St Southern—
4% non-cum 1st pfd—100
Columbia Broadcasting

System

Price Jan. 3,
1961
Opening er
Bid
Ask

19

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan

3
4
3
6
3

3
3
4

13

Feb 28
5
26% Jan
3
31% Jan
16% Jan 24
13% Jan 10
Mar
8
20
18% Jan 17

18

Mar 21

Feb

6

58
Mar 20
93
Jan 27
24 ya Mar 3
103
Feb 27
18 7/a Feb 21
12 ya Mar 1
69% Feb 21.
1
14% Feb
34% Jan 13
10% Jan 18
54% Jan 30
19 V* Jan 20
22
Mar 16
34ya Mar 2
74
Jan 24

39% Feb 27
87
Feb 20
15% Mar 27
20
Mar 7
34% Jan 23
69% Mar 29
79% MaT 9
78 V* Mar 17
83
Feb 13
39
Jan
3

59% Feb 28
20% Jan 19
48 y2 Mar 30

44% Mar 22
37

Mar 27

20% Feb

17

14% Mar 20
56

Mar 27

19% Mar 30
37% Feb 24
70

Feb 17

47% Mar 20
Mar 27
32
17% Mar 7

20% Mar 17

29%
43

Jan
9
Mar 17

38% Mar 3
19% Mar 30
20

Mar 28

28% Jan 12
22% Mar 20

*

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE—STOCKS

20
Aggregate Bale*

New York

Since

in
March

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

226,300

632,500

31,400

82,500
566,500
416,800

198,800

167,700
16,600
141,000
61,100
26,600

106,500
6,800
5,000
46,800

Price Jan. 3,
1961

Stock Exchange

Opening

STOCKS

Par

Bid

Ask

Douglas Aircraft

28%

Sale

37%

Sale

34%

Dover Corp
Dow Chemical Co_
Dresser Industries

14%

Sale
Sale

22%

Sale
Sale
Sale
9%
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

16%

75

15%
76%
25 %

—50c
1
Drewrys Ltd USA Inc.
Du Bois Chemicals Inc
1
Dunhill International

110,100
423,700
85,100
60,000

30%
17%
9

8%

Duplan Corp
DuPont de Nem St Co (E I)
Ct mmon
5
Preferred $4.50 series
•

329,800
19,600

27,400
107,700

66,300
263,000

Eagle-Picher Co

93,200
1,900
54,200
221,600

265,900
6,330
153,800

4,030

60
240
270

56,700
5,700
80

9,100
52,500

50
50
50
50
50
50
5

.

80

28%
39%
45

Sale
Sale

12%
8%

Sale
Sale

209
102%

Sale
Sale

Eastern Stainless Steel
2.50
Eastman Kodak common
10
jj.j.60 preferred
50
Eaton Mfg Co
1

Sale
Sale

'

1
1
15

3

Mar 6
Mar 30
Mar
1
Mar 3
Mar 20
Mar 28
Mar 8
Mar 8
Mar 23
Mar 6

Jan

22% Jan
23% Jan

34% Mar 14

38% Mar 28

Mar 20
Mar 1

2
22% Mar 20
119% Mar 6
Mar 9
98
Mar 24
38
Mar 30
85
Mar 9
88
42% Mar 24
Mar 9
93

29% Jan
81% Jan
16% Jan

Sale

37%
86%
21%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
98
Sale
Sale
88
Sale
95

216% Mar

114

97%
37
85

86%
40%
93

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
96

85

19%
110%
96%
34%
70%
86%
37%
93

Mar 1
Mar 21
Mar 6
Mar 1
Mar 28
Mar 6
Mar 9

47
45

45%
21

87

Mar

23.

Sale

27%

Sale

22% Mar

2

27% Mar 30

50%

Sale

61%

Sale

50

6

62

Sale

6%

Sale

63/4

Sale

59
123/4
283/4
67%
13%
36%
27%
77%
20%

Sale

Sale
Sale

6% Mar 17
55 % Mar 9

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
79
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

12%
27%
66 3/4
13 3/a
36%
24%

38%

Sale

5%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

38 % Mar
5% Mar

Mar

Mar 30

41

Jan
Jan

44
19

Feb
1
Feb 20
45% Feb 28
45% Jan 24
21% Feb 20

4
Jan
Jan 19

27

Feb

6
8

30% Feb
Mar
Feb
Mar
Mar
Jan
99
Mar
38
Mar
85
88
Mar
42% Mar
Feb
93

38%
87%
22%
119%

104Y4 Feb 13
Jan

4
Feb 28
Mar 3
Mar 20

Jan

45
48

5

3
42% Mar 28

96

4

Jan

82%
29%
40%
47%

3
25% Jan
3
38 % Jan
43% Jan 12

44

3

104

3
3
3

353/4
86%

6
14
15
28
22
17

2

21% Mar 22
14% Alar 23
9% Jan 25

5
3

19%

1

29%
40 3/4
47%
44%

Mar

37% Feb 17

3
185% Jan
100% Jan 31
77% Jan 20

26% Mar 22
29% Mar 2

Sale
Sale

87%
Sale

78

19

24% Mar 10
26%-Mar 16

Sale

Sale

8

Sale

253/4
27%

Sale

103
81

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

27% Mar 22

22% Jan
30% Jan 10
4
17y8 Jan
5
9% Jan

44%

Sale
Sale

23
45%

4Vi% preferred
_100
Elastic Stop Nut Corp
of America
1
127,400
5
95,800 'Electric Auto-Lite (The)
100

216% Mar

102

18% Jan 10

19
3

42%

26

38%
92%

2053/4 Mar 27

Jan

43%

443/4

Sale
Sale

Sale
96

9

Mar

36

21% Mar 22
14 % Mar 23
9% Mar 14

71

46

20

83

Ekco Products Co com—2.50

27% Mar 22

38% Feb 27

4

47

Sale

39%
93%

1

100

2

Mar

78

3

28
Jan
14% Jan

Sale

46

96
36 %
70 %
87

3

48

20%

97%
30%
60%

17% Mar 20

1
Mar 28
Mar 10
Mar 7
Mar 8
Mar 2
Mar 14

47
44

Sale
46%
47%

20

38% Mar

Mar

80

45%
42%

111%

11
8

Mar 14

Sale
Prices

27%
39%
46%
42%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
84%

18%

Sale
Prices

Sale

44 %

108

Sale
Prices

Sale
Sale

44
20

29%
81%
16%

32
15%
73%
23%
34

Lowest

81

43%
45%
45%

28%

Highest

Lowest
Sale
Prices

28%
40%

Sale
Sale

23

100

Edison Bros Stores com
4%% preferred

102%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

20

42%

10

prior preferred

Sale
44
Sale
Sale

210%

263/4
35

Sale
Sale

42%
19%

23%

4%%

Sale
Sale
81%
Sale

35%
19%
11%
8%

733/4

Sale
Sale

44
41

5

Common

76.900

410

preferred
preferred J
preferred
preferred
preferred
preferred
Cigar Corp

Eastern Air Lines
.
1
Eastern Gas St Fuel Assn—

360

42,600

DWG

567,900
1,170
143,500
20,000

250

3.75%
4.15%
4%
4.20%
4.10%
$2.10

185 %
103

80%
25%
38%
42%
41%

Preferred $3.50 series— •
Duquesne Light Co com
5

9,300

11,500
244,400
2,280
2,260
10,000
1,190
1,460
1,430
19,500

760
740

or

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Highest

-PRICES IN MARCHMarch 30
Closing or
Bid
Ask

March 1
Opening #r
Bid
Ask

11

3
30% Jan
59 ya Jan 10
1
83
Feb
37% Jan 31
2
93
Feb

28
23

20
6
6

24
30
9
24
2

20% Jan 12
4
44% Jan

27% Mar 30

5% Jan
50
Jan
11% Jan
27% Feb

7% Feb 27
65% Mar 22
14% Feb 8

Mar 30

62

Elec St Musical Industries—

495,700 1,267,500
86,700
43,300
214,600
96,900

American shares
Electric Storage Battery___l$

Elgin National Watch Co

5

408,500 1,125,500
280,300
122,100
431,500
169,800
35,300
11,700
202,100
24,000
600
2,860
87,500
44,400

El Paso Natural Gas
Emerson Electric Mfg
Emerson Radio St Phono

3

12%
273/4

2

50

5

11%
33%
31 %
79%

30,500
101,100

85,600
229,600

5,670

11,560

10

140

51,000

119,000
53,500

153,100
333,900
149,000

3,900

8,300

1,216,000 2,189,000
13,300
23,900
542,600 1,047,000
135,900
65,500
10

190

3,590
28,800

7,240
60,300
67,200

30,400

14,800

62,200
33,700

19,000
161,300
26,400
85,300
8,400

286,500
73,300
210,100
21,400

13.800

35.600

900

2,900
243,100
43,000
94,200

79,000

16,600
30,200
56.300

32,200

161,900
33,700
134,000
436,900
598,500
182,700
384,300
94,000

77,600

275,400

80

460

2,960

6,580

3,300
17.100

16,900

246,000
84,000

376,000
273,200

175,600
93,000

298,200
218,200

60

340

142,600
14,100

519,700

78,800
30
760
32,500
111,100

193,900

15,900
50.600
104.400
215,100
45.100

113,100

-

381,300
260,900
25,100
56,800

91,500
292,400
900
81,000
66,000
54,600
64,500
38,800

1,500

42,700

41,400
110

1,610

Endicott Johnson
4% preferred

25

com

100

.

Englehard

Industries
1
Equitable Gas Co
8.50
Erie-Lackawanna RR Co •
5% preferred series A_100

19
38

5%

Sale

32

38%

41
6%
27%
56%

Sale

14%

21%

Sale
Sale
Sale

78
19 %

35%

Fairbanks Morse St Co
.•
Fairbanks Whitney Corp—

22%

243/4

30

Sale

33

Sale

29

7%

Sale

93/4
24%

Sale
Sale

13%

Sale

27%

Sale
Sale

Sale

8%

Sale

393/4
83
50%

Sale
Sale

Common

1

$1.60 conv preferred
Fairchild Engine St

Airplane Corp

40

„

21

1

6%

Fairmont Foods Co com
1
4% conv preferred
100
5% junior preferred
50
Falstaff Brewing Corp
1
Family Finance Corp
1
Fansteel Metallurgical Corp 5
Fa wick Corp
2
Fedders
Corp
1

35 %
82

Fed-Mogul-Bower

Bear
5
Federal Pacific Elec Co
l
5 % % conv 2nd pfd A
23
Federal Paper Board com
5
4.60% preferred
25
Federated Dept Stores__1.25
Fenestra Inc. _£
10
Ferro

Corp
1
Flbreboard Paper Products-*
Fifth Ave Coach Lines
10
Filtrol Corp
1
Firestone Tire & Rubber
•'
First Charter Financial
_•

83

35%
33%

Sale
Sale

48%
5%

Sale
6%
Sale
Sale
Sale
23%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

57
6%
21%
323/4
17%
21%
39%

Sale
Sale

32%
15%
32%

17%
27%
173/8
23%
33 %
22%
37 %

163/4
44
30 %

16%
27%
34%

Sale

5

6%

Flintkote Co common
5
$4 preferred
•
$4.50 conv A 2nd pfd
100
$2.25 conv B 2nd pfd
•
Florida East Coast Ry Co_25
Florida Power Corp
2.50
Florida Power St Lt Co—*
Fluor Corp Lttf—.
2.50
Food Fair Stores common
1
$4.20 div pfd ser 1951.. 15
Food Giants Markets com. 1

28%

Sale

81%
96

83

40%

41%

4 "5
Food

preferred
10
Machinery Si
Chemical Corp com
10
3V*% conv preferred—100
3%% preferred
100
conv

1
com

5

Gardner-Denver Co
5
Garrett Corp (The)
2
Gar Wood Industries com
1
4%% conv preferred
50
General Acceptance Corp__l
60c conv wot pref
•
Gen American Investors
1
$4.50 preferred
100

see page

29.

313% Mar

7

7%

Sale
87%
106% 108

32%
84

110

Sale

843/4
26%

86

86%

13%

Sale
Sale

38%
19%

60%

Sale

66
268
96
14%
24%
74%
14%

30%
19
81

12%
.23
48%
51%
4

24%
18%
10%
22%
92%

33
15

Sale
Sale
Sale

30%
22%
13%
27%
46%
52%
4%
27

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
95

Sale

Sale
26

Sale
10%
Sale
93

21%
11%
25%
93 %

65% Mar
268

Mar

96

Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
773/4

29% Mar 13
21% Mar 2
75

Mar

2

14%
30%

763/4

Sale
Sale
Sale

38% Mar 8
63
Mar 8
19
Mar 2
36% Mar 1
87% Mar 15
36% Mar 2
19
Mar 1

31%
22%
76%

Sale
Sale

75

Sale

Sale

7
5'% Mar 15

13%
35%
20%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

13%
25%
46%
52%
43/4

Mar
Mar

1
3

26%

Sale

Mar
Mar
Mar

20%
11%
24% Mar 15
93% Mar 17

14

28%
80

52
52 %

4%
26%
21%
12
•

25V2
933/4

1

27

Sale
Sale
95

13% Mar

24% Mar
743% Mar 15
13

Mar 28

323% Mar
15

Mar

2
1

Mar
1
Mar 27
Mar 1

9
1
2

Jan

15% Feb

9
6

Mar 21
Mar 7
Mar 21
Mar 22
Mar 30
65
Mar 20
34 % Mar 13
7% Mar 1

34%
17'%
33%
40%
41%

49

Mar 15

7
Mar 2
453% Mar 28

69'% Mar 21
26% Mar 17
41 % Mar 22
87% Mar 15
44% Mar 17
21% Mar 22
76% Mar 17
275
Mar 10
96% Mar 16
15 % Mar 3
29% Mar 22
80% Mar 29
14% Mar 10
36% Mar 20

20'% Mar 22
33% Mar 14
24% Mar 20
77% Mar 8
15% Mar 6
31% Mar 30
57
Mar 13
56% Mar 17
5% Mar 17
27% Mar 16
22% Mar 8
12% Mar 28
26% Mar 30
94% Mar 14

Feb 14
Mar 20
43% Mar 16
85
51

42% Mar 13
58% Mar 30
IVa Mar 23
24

Jan

5
27
Jan
3
Jan

41 y4 Jan 4
5% Mar 15
36 % Jan

10

58% Jan 17
16% Jan 4
3
3iy4 Jan
85

Jan

25% Jan
13% Jan
59 y8 Jan
250
Jan
94% Jan
12% Jan
21% Jan
63% Jan
12% Jan
31% Jan
14% Jan
29% Jan
19
Jan
73
Feb

11
4

5

3
13
1°
12
5
3
3
9
5

13
3
13

3
12% Jan
22% Jan 27
46% Mar 1

48

Jan 30
Jan
3
Jan
9
4
Jan

3%
24%
17%
6
10% Jan
22% Jan 3
92% Jan 10

■

Mar 30

33%
17%
24%
41%
23%
43%

Mar 23
3
33%: Jan
3
22% Jan
1
34% Feb

14% Mar 30
43% Jan 26
28% Jan 10
15% Mar 16
27% Jan 3
9
33% Jan
4
28% Jan
4
49% Jan
27
Jan 13
6% Jan 3

52

■

10% Mar 20
48% Mar 29

21

47% Mar

Sale
Sale

96%

Mar

33%
17%
22%
41%
23%
433% Mar 22
17
Mar 2

96

43%
67%

Mar

39% Mar

9
3
3
10

17% Jan

113% Mar 29

Sale

71%

8

5% Jan

23
30
28
13
6
15
23

6

Sale

39

3

106% Mar

6%

236

16

47% Jan

28
83

48%

23

15% Mar 10

Jan

30

34 % Mar 10
86% Mar 8

Sale

Sale
Sale
97

30
7

30% Mar 23
86

Jan

59

3

16
13

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

9

49%

423/4
21%

Mar

1

43'%
42%
58 s%
7%
24

Mar 1
Mar 20

Mar

48%

87

7

Jan

6% Mar 22

6
3
35% Jan
81% Jan 12
43
Jan 11
4
35
Jan
32 % Feb 20

6

Sale
86%
Sale

Sale
88%
Sale
Sale

Gamble-Skogmo Inc

(The)

Sale
Sale

411/4
61%
323/4

24%

186,000
156,800
79,300

Gabriel Co

9
15
1
27

38%

Freeport Sulphur Co
Fruehauf Trailer com
4% preferred

1
2
6
16
Mar 23
21
Mar 23
38'% Mar 2

45% Mar
293% Mar
15% Mar
31
Mar
38
Mar
34% Mar
60% Mar

Sale
88
Sale
Sale

280,300
763,100
3,470

6% Mar
20% Mar
31% Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

15

36% Mar

38% Mar
52% Mar 13

453/4
32%
17

36%

32%

Mar
Mar

Sale
Sale

19%

10
1
10

13% Mar 30
27% Mar 30

Sale

Sale

Foster-Wheeler Corp
Franklin Stores Corp

3

83
51

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

7% Jan

51
Sale
Sale

17%

95
Sale
Sale
Sale

34% Mar 16

48% Mar 29

31%

94%

4

39

393%

83
50

37% Mar 7
14% Mar 30

Sale
Sale

220

Jan

15%

Mar 30

41

V:

23

39%
663/4

32% Jan 19

84

31%
39%

19

26
Mar 15
9
54% Jan
3
11% Jan
3
22% Jan
4
35
Jan

573/4
7%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Jan

19
9
8
10
10
16
22

Mar 6
Mar
1
Mar 13
Mar 9
Mar
6

30
57

10% Mar 20

Mar

Feb
Mar
Mar
Mar
35% Jan
79% Mar
22% Mar

6% Mar 22

7% Mar
393% Mar

22

30%
81%
15%
39%

6
3
3
10

4
18% Jan
37% Jan 26
3
5
Jan

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

76

21

233/4
33%
16%

3
3
3

32% Jan
24% Mar 16

13% Mar 30
27% Mar 30

41%
14%

61%

38

Jan
11% Jan

9% Mar
23% Mar

6%

13

l
100

Sale

50

50%
41%
39%

33 %
85%

28%

.

Mar 20
Mar 1
Mar 9
Mar 8
Mar 10
Mar
1
Mar 16
Mar 22
Mar 30

23

Sale
Sale

51

■145%
28%
813/4
153%
39%
27%
793/4
22'%
41

34% Mar 16

39%
23%

39%
16%

32%
7%

2

Firstamerica Corp
Firth Carpet Co

13%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

23

64%

Mar 10

9%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

•

National Stores

31
37

58

7% Mar 23
65% Mar 22

48
83

Sale

39
37

Sale
Sale
Sale

35%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

28%
50 %

First

39

Sale

37

1
8
2
8

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

14%

Sale

39%

Mar 8
Mar 15
Mar
1
Mar 7
Mar
1
Mar 16
Mar 2
Mar 8

3
2
Mar 15

26
57

1

64%

footnotes,

29%
57

78

3

Corp

5

960

Sale

54%

14%
39%
253/4

Ex-Cell-O

2

98,100

Sale

76

Eversharp Inc

13%
22%

3,000
41,600
24,300

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

12%
27%

Sale
Sale
Sale

50
5

2
1

216,300
82,500

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

65

27%
52%
11%
23

Erie St Pitts RR Co
Evans Products Co

Food Mart Inc
Foote
Mineral
Co
Ford Motor Co
Foremost Dairies Inc

180




10

79,000
234,300
1,152,000
548,300
75,100
102,000

15,000
10,400
54,600
For

Empire Dist Electric Co

6

50%

Feb 27
Feb 14

Jan. 17
Mar 15
Mar 24
Mar 22
18% Jan 20
52% Feb 28
34% Mar 21
18

Jan

10

34% Jan 20
40% Mar 22
41% Mar 30
65

Mar 20

34ys Mar 13
7% Feb 10
34% Feb 28
86% Mar

8

113% Mar 29
49
Feb 24
8
Jail 24
45% Mar 28
70% Feb 17

26% Mar 17
41% Mar 22
87% Mar 15
44% Mar 17
21% Mar 22

76% Mar 17
275

Mar 10

96% Feb 20
15% Mar

3

29% Mar 22
80% Mar 29
14% Feb 20
36% Mar 20
20% Mar 22
33% Mar 14
24% Mar 20
81

Jan

15% Mar

3
6

31% Mar 30
57

Mar 13

56% Mar 17
5% Mar 17
27% Feb 28
22% Mar 8
12% Mar 28
26% Feb
2
95

Feb

2

-

New York
Stock Exchange

Aggregate Sales
In

March

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

STOCKS

Par

36,700
36,400

127,500
92,700

146,400

233,900

General Baking Co com

21%

Oil of Texas
5
Gen Amer Transp Corp_1.25

1,190
2,580
22,200
54,300
14,300
30,300
58,300
245,800
800
1,360
22,700
52,700
151,400
211,800
61,800
124,800
365,000
838,000
747,700 2,677,700
3,200
13,400
117,900
308,100
274,100
669,300
82,600
241,000
1,470
3,650
763,200 2,120,500
10,800
35,500

7,300

19,800

25,900
68,800
84,300

66,100

1,250
10,600
4,900
97,400
112,500
67,000
28,800

202,600
247,200

5,170
24,400
12,900

74,900

292,900
306,700
150,500
75,000
152,200

4,700

13,200

896,700 2,244,100
290,400
756,200
188,200

503,100

Gen

Amer

79 Va

8%
138%

5

$8 preferred
*
General Bankshares Corp—2
General Bronze Corp
5

8

39%
73%
38
70%
41%
32%
107%
40%
105%

1

•

80%

3.33%
2.50

General Time Corp
General Tire & Rubber Co—
Common
;
83 Vic
$5 preference
100
5%% preference
100

52,000
269,600
298,000
25,800
336,400
141,400
8,300

60,600
131,700
619,700
843,200

81,100
763,300
382,800
22,800

21,900
115,200

37,200
219,600

63,800

222,400

101,800

209,700
1,040
317,700
430,600
90,900

Georgia-Pacific

Gladding McBean &
Glen Alden Corp

530

202,500
135,500
31,500
28,700
72,100
152,900
21,000
1,120
52,100
33,900

88,900
228,200
406,800
90,900

2,610
106,600
94,400

.10
„5
_1

Globe-Wernicke Inc.
Goebel Brewing Co
10
Goodrich (BP) Co
Goodyear Tire Se Rubber.
Gould-Natl Batteries Inc—4
Grace (W R) Se Co
1
Graham-Paige Corp com
1
$0.60 conv preferred
10
Granby Consolidated Mining

Smelting & Power utd
5
Grand Union Co
5
.6.25
Granite City Steel.
(W T)

Common

-2.50

preferred
100
Grayson-Roblnson Stores
1
Great Atlantic & Pac Tea—1
Great North Iron Ore Prop.*
Great Northern Paper Co.25
Great Northern Ry
•
Great Western Financial
1
3%%

Great Western Sugar com—•
1% preferred
100
Green (H L) Co
...
1
Green Shoe Mfg Co
—3

3

189,900
620

Greyhound Corp common

117,300
35,800
1,500

356,500
104,900
3,000

Grumman Aircraft Eng Corp 1
Gulf Mobile <St Ohio RR
•
$5 preferred
•
Gulf Oil Corp
8.33%
Gulf States Utilities
$4.20 dlv preferred
100

110

1,200

970
30
570
380

100

4%% preferred

2,420
670
890

100

100

9% Sale
138% 139 %
8%
Sale
22%
Sale
43% Sale
82
Sale
29
Sale
5% Sale
19%
Sale
41%
Sale
65%
Sale
41%
Sale
76% Sale
44% Sale
35% Sale
110 V* 110%
44%
Sale
106% Sale
82
Sale

138,500

Gustln-Bacon

1,700

6,600
158,900
57,200
18,800

Hackensack Water
Halliburton Co

8%
21

43%
79

31% -32%
7%
20%
41%
65
44

78%
52 y8
32%
108%
46 y.
106%
80%

70
46

Sale

33%

33%

36%

Sale
Sale
Sale

30%
38%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
49

67%
47

48%

Sale
87%
Sale
Sale
Sale

17 ya Mar

102

Sale

33

Sale

61%

Sale

82

Sale

16%

19%

17%

Sale

88%
56 %

Sale
57%

95
17 %

98

95

Sale
Sale
Sale

18%
14 y4
40%
12%

36

11%
1%

Sale
Sale

1%
7%
6%
26%

6%
Sale

37%

35%

69

96%
20%
15%
38%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

13%
2%
60 Va
37
35

61

Sale

Sale

29%
75%
8%
35%
19 Vs

Sale
76%

29%
78

49%
47%
31%

Sale
Sale
Sale

29

Sale

139

Sale
Sale

2%
8%

Sale
79
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

20%

Sale
Sale
Sale

11%
45%
22%
56

20
91

32%
18%
67

33%
36%
84
87

88
102%
101

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
85%

Sale
92
Sale
102

90

33%
20

71%
37%
38%
85%

89%

28,100
70
53,400
104,400

18,500
27,900
60,300
1,550
36,100

280

175,100
254,200
68,500
117,000

249,200

22,700

1,680
151,900
36,200

99,900

$130,200

120

370

20,900
15,400
830

94,800

8,000
55,200

32,000
3,370
14,100
149,500

120

790

2,200

3,600

For footnotes,




6%

,

5

Hat Corp of Amer com
5% preferred

Haveg Industries Inc
Hayes Industries Inc
Heinz (H J) Co—
New common

47%
25%
20%
25

—1

Harsco
Corp
Harshaw Chemical Co
Hart Schaffner <fe Marx

JD%

5

1

50
1
5

Hercules Motors Corp
•
Hercules Powder Co com_2%
5% preferred
100
$2 conv class A pfd
•
page 29.

30

32%
54y2
125
55
32

Sale

11
38

84

Sale

11%

Sale

81%
51%
34

Sale
Sale
Sale
35

14%
79%

Sale
Sale

22%

30%

103

12%
52

29%

108
65

Sale

72%

85
68

34%
35%
15%
89%
108%
73

9
54% Mar 13

1% Mar

36% Mar 15
33
Mar 23
49% Mar 1
Mar 9
2
Mar 10
8

Mar 9
Mar 28
10% Mar 1
45% Mar 1
22% Mar 1
Mar 1
56

36% Mar 30
80
Mar 6
18% Mar 30
49% Mar 6
25% Mar 30
69 Mar 22

140 V*

23

33%
21V*
90

32%
21
71

36%

Sale
Sale
87%

38%
86%
90

90%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
92

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
88

91%

47% Mar

1
1

9
1

Mar
36
30 V* Mar 24
Mar 14
140
21% Mar 10
28% Mar 2
21 ya Mar 7
Mar 2
90
31% Mar 8
19% Mar 2
Mar 22
69
- 36% Mar 30
Mar 13
37
Mar 7
87
Mar 20
90

93%
93
101% 103%

91% Mar 3
102% Mar 23

103% 105
47% Sale

104% Mar 15
39% Mar 7

61%
48%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
104
101
31% Sale
31% Sale

32%
25%

Sale
Sale
-

Sale
57%
125 y4 127
64% Sale
Sale
31 y4
Sale
22%
Sale
30

61
47

Mar
Mar

6
3
9

29% Mar
23 ya Mar 10
95
Mar 14
29 Va Mar 7
30% Mar 14
53 Va
125
55
29%
22%

Mar
Mar

9
1

Sale
Sale

115
13 ya

Sale
Sale

Mar 1
Mar 13
Mar 13
26% Mar 16
10% Mar 8
38% Mar 3
100% Mar 14
12
Mar 1

Sale
86
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
63%
84% 87%
Sale
69%
36% Sale
35 y4 36
Sale
14%
Sale
91%
110% 111%
76% Sale

51 y2 Mar 3
85% Mar 29
67
Mar 3
34% Mar 1
35 ya Mar 23
14 y2 Mar 15
89 ya Mar 1
108% Mar 1
73% Mar 2

39%

15%
Sale
Sale
74

2% Mar 1
8% Mar 24

28
77

43

72%

Sale
Sale

2% Mar 1
60% Mar 29
39% Mar 10
38% Mar 3
61% Mar 30

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

31%

Sale
Sale
Sale
92
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

60 Va Mar 6
95% Mar 22
18% Mar 1
13% Mar 1
38% Mar 27
Mar 8
12

40% Mar 15

49%

33%
25% Sale
101% 106

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

8.33%

3.65% preferred
100
Heller (W E) & Co
1
Helme (G W) Co common. 10
1% non-cum preferred_25

see

Sale
Sale

Mar 8
16% Mar 1
19% Mar 30
109 Va Mar 13
80

34% Mar 22
65% Mar 16
89% Mar 22
18% Mar 21
21
Mar 6
119% Mar 17
69
Mar 30
96
Mar 23
20% Mar 17
16% Mar 9
42% Mar 3
13% Mar 20

Sale

25%
64 ya

93
102% 104
103% 105
40% 8ale

47%

3
7

2

98% Mar 1
103
Mar 17

9y4 Mar 29
35% Mar 21
44% Mar 1

49

90%

63

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
8%

31% Mar
59% Mar

67% Mar

7% Mar
31% Mar

18%

Sale
33%
141% 142%

21%

Sale

60% Mar 23
96y4 Mar 30
102
Mar 16

30

Sale
Sale

78

Sale

23%

Sale
Sale

7
1

36%

Sale

38%

Sale
98
Sale
Sale

Mar

9 V*
35%
43 V*

Sale

49%

31

47 y2
121

100
Corp_
1
1.25

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

7.50

preferred
Harris-Intertype

19%
113%

Sale
98

7%
32
44

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Refrac—

103,400

Harbison Walker
Common

17%

87%

Sale

31%

Hammermlll Paper Co
Hammond Organ Co

Sale
Sale
Sale

8y«

1

840

33%
63 Va

Sale

53%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

29,600
126,700

38
50

Sale
Sale

102% 103%

Sale
Sale
Sale

2%

52%
42%
25%
22%
93%
27

190

2%
57%
38%

25
.8

13,200
53,500

61%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

52%
34%
27

35%

Hall Printing (W F)
_5
Hamilton Watch common
1
4% conv preferred
100

110

65%
96 V*

_

11
42

Sale
42%

Mar 2
Mar 22
Mar 27
Mar 16

34% Mar 20

30

27 ya Mar

Sale
Sale
102%

Feb 23

3

Sale

Sale

67

Jan 11
5
3
Jan
3
Jan
6
104
Jan
79% Jan 10

Jan

Mar 30
Mar 21
Mar 30

26% Jan

29
18

98%

83
B2%
37
111%
47%
108 V*
82%

Jan 31
Jan
3

Mar 10
20% Mar 20

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
100% 102

16

74
44

Feb 10
Jan 19
Jan 10

Feb
9
Mar 27
Mar 21

26% Mar 30

28 Vb

54%

27

3*

Jan

Mar 27
Feb 27
Feb 27
Mar 2

3

Sale
Sale

94

27
21
2
13
30
21
30
2
2
22

8%
22%
44%
83
33
8
22%
45%

25% Jan

27 %

17%

2
28

Mar 29
Jan
4
Jan
3
Jan 31
Mar 30
Feb 27
Feb 17 Feb
It

26% Mar 30

26

15%

2
2

132%
7%
18%
34%
77%
28%
5%
17%
39%
61%
37%
68%
37%
31%
107%
40%

Mar 2

Sale

37

3
27

3

10y« Mar 3
140
Jan 19

6

Sale

Sale

86% Mar

25% Jan

28

22% Mar
27% Mar

47

27

3
5

1
9
2

23%
32%

6%
28%

Jan 24

3

Jan
7% Jan

78

28
9
47
Mar 30
25
Feb
2
33% Mar 29

80% Mar 30
85
Mar 7
6y» Mar 1
28
Mar 8

80%
85

86% Mar
ioy4 Mar
Mar
140
8% Mar
22% Mar
44% Mar
Mar
83
32% Mar
Mar
8
22% Mar
43 y2 Mar
Mar
70
Mar
44
Mar
83
52% Mar
Mar
36
111% Mar
47% Mar
108% Mar
82% Mar

20% Jan

6
3
3

25% Mar

Sale

4
26 V* Jan
Mar 29
36
6
54% Jan
37% Jan 23
Jan
3
71
Jan 39
74
3
5% Jan
3
26% Jan
Jan 12
29
3
20% Jan

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

85%
86%
6%
291/4
38%
24%

Price*

34% Mar 20
40% Mar 3
75% Mar 13
49% Mar 20
88 y4 Mar 10
92% Mar 10
6% Mar 28
29% Mar 3
Mar 30
47
24% Mar 17
33% Mar 29

29 % Mar 8
36
Mar 29
65% Mar 29
45% Mar 8

26%

Sale

.

133

23% Mar 29
79% Mar 28
8y« Mar 10
132% Mar 29
8% Mar 1
19% Mar 16
40% Mar 14
77% Mar 30
Mar 1
29
5% Mar 3
18% Mar 8
39% Mar 15
Mar 23
65
40% Mar 13
Mar 1
76
43% Mar 13
32% Mar 23
108
Mar 21
43% Mar 15
Mar 1
106
80% Mar 30

Sale

2.50

....

9%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Prioes

Prioes

26%

2.S0

Mfg Co

44,300

46,500
18.300
3,900

100
100

$4.40 dlv preferred
$4.44 dlv preferred
$5 dlv preferred
$5.08 preferred

30

81

Prices

Highest

Sale

Co—

_.

64,700
210

367,300 1,044,900
36.900
122,800

23%

Sale

15%

Giant Portland Cement Co_l
Gillette (The) Co
1
Glmbel Brothers common
5
$4.50 preferred

Grant

Sale

85

54%
64%
15%

Corp

Gerber Products Co

Co

Ask

25%

31

Getty Oil Co

21,400

Bid

Highest

Sale

Lowest
Sale

Lowest
S<ale

26

20%

Glidden

77

Opening er

March 30
Closing or
Bid
Ask

26%

30%

Railway Signal
6.67
Refractories
-10
General Steel Casting
1
General Tel Co of Florida—
$1.30 pfd series B
25

445,200
133,200

849,100
116,300

Sale

RANAE SINCE JAN. I

-PRICES IN MARCHMarch 1

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

General

158,000
46,600

520

Sale

27

Genesco Inc

43,500

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
42

Gen

120,700
321,000
81,200

193,500

Sale

5%

General Public Service—10c
Gen Public Utilities
3.50

40,900
119,400
23,800

107,200

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

26%
39%
56%
39
72
73

Gen Precision Equip com—1
$1.60 conv preferred
•
$3 conv preferred-—
•
$2.98 conv preference
•

3,870

71,200
38,400
200
14,100
498,200
34,600

Sale
Sale

19

General Outdoor Advert'g_15
Gen Portland Cement
,
-1

1,470
480

990

Sale
Sale

31
6%

General Instrument Corp—1
General Mills com
3
5% preferred
100
Gen Motors Corp com
1%
$5 preferred
•
Preferred $3.75 series
•

General Telephone St
Electronics Corp

Sale
8%

78%

1
5

Dynamics Corp
General Electric Co_.
General Finance Corp
General Foods Corp

Sals
Sale
Sale

18%
37%

General Cable Corp com
•
4% 1st preferred
100
General Cigar Inc
1
Gen Contract Pin Corp
2
General Controls Co
—5
Gen

Price Jan. 3,
1961
Opening sr
Bid
Ask

21

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

NEW YORK STOCK

April, 1961

50% Mar 22
46% Mar 10
34ya Mar 1
142% Mar 6
24% Mar 6
35% Mar 20
21% Mar 2
92
Mar 16
Mar 24
Mar 21
Mar 3
Mar 3
Mar 7
87
Mar 7
91% Mar 10

34

22 V*
72
38 Va
39%

42% Feb 10
75% Mar 13

49%
88%
92%
6%
31%

I

53% Jan

98% Mar 1
103
Mar 17

5

30% Jan
53% Jan
62
Jan
14% Jan

17% Jan

3.

3
3
4
3
4

3
3

9y* Mar 29
35% Mar 21

35% Jan 17

44% Feb 28

Jan..

25% Jan 18

36% Mar 30

75% Jam
8
Jan
35% Jan
19% Jan
48% Jan
Jan
46
31% Jan 23
5
28% Jan

80

Jan
19% Jan
25% Feb

139

Jan,
20
Mar
90
31% Jan

18% Jan
67

Jan

32% Jan
35% Jan
85% Jan
86% Jan*

3

4
13
3
22
3
3
3
3
16
11

91% Mar

4

3

6
2

102

Feb 16

Mar 6
49% Mar 29

102

Jan

63% Mar
49

34% Mar
27
Mar
104
Mar
31% Mar
33% Mar
58 y2
125%
66%
32%
23%
30%

2

Mar 30

20
22
20

30
2

Mar 28
Mar 9

Mar 30
Mar 2
Mar 13
Mar 29

12% Mar 14
43% Mar 15
115
Mar 30
14 y4 Mar 9
71% Mar 21
87
Mar 16
75% Mar 16
40
Mar 14
36 y4 Mar 16
15 % Mar 2
96
Mar 17
111
Mar 23
77% Mar 10

.

60% Mar 29
39
Mar 7
39
Feb 21
61% Mar 30
2% Feb 20
8% Feb
9

4
5

6% Jan
26

Mar

105

30
21
17
9
3
24

20%
16%
42%
14%
2% Feb 13

4

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
27
Jan
35% Jan
1% Jan
7% Jan

Mar
Feb
Mar
Mar
Mar
Jan

Mar 6
119% Mar 17

4
Jan 20
6
Feb
Jan
3
Jan 17

87% Jan

liy4
1%
51%
33%

Mar 22
Mar 16
Mar 22
Feb
7

69
97

3

4

3

92% Mar
104

34%
65%
89%
18%
21

3 ;
4

50%
95%
16%
13 Va
35% Jan

Feb

68% Feb 28

Jan io

Jan

20
10
10

Feb
2
20% Mar 20

14% Jan 16

93
101

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

9

33% Jan 12
53 Va
42%
25%
22 y4
93%

Jan 30
Jan

3
4

Jan
6
Jan
3
Jan
3
26% Jan
31
Mar 23

3
47 Va Jan
9
120% Jan
6
46
Jan
4
24% Jan
3
20% Jan
23% Jan 23
6
8% Feb
37% Feb 27
81% Jan 11
9
11
Jan

$49 ya Feb
Jan
50% Jan
29% Jan
81

34
14
79
108

Jan
Feb
Jan
Jan-

67% Jan

7
3
3
5
4
2
3

3
4

Mar

6

18% Mar 30
49% Mar 6
25% Mar 30
69

Mar 22

51% Feb 23
46% Mar 10
34% Feb 24
Feb 21
143
24% Mar 6
35% Mar 20
3
22 V* Feb
Feb 21
93
35% Jan 10
22 Va Mar 21
72% Feb 16
38% Mar 3
Feb 21
40
87

Mar

7

91% Mar 10
92% Mar 6
Mar 2
104
105% Feb 14
49% Mar 29

Feb 28
Feb
9
35% Feb 16
28% Feb
9
112% Feb 13
31% Mar 30
64

49

37% Feb 15
58% Mar 28
Feb 16

127

66% Mar 30
35
Feb 28
24y4 Jan 23
33% Feb 17

13% Feb 20
43% Mar 15
Mar 30
14y4 Mar 9

115

71 y4 Mar 21
Mar 16
75% Mar 16
40
Mar 14
36% Mar 16
16
Feb 17
98
Jan 23
111
Mar 23
78
Jan 23
87

;

f

22

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE—STOCKS
.

Aggregate Sales
Since
Jan. 1

Shares

in
March

Shares

21,300
125,800

New York
Stock Exchaiige

STOCKS

46,600

260,400
27,300
161,900

13,000
161,900
131,300
1,970
9,200
132,100
6,300

291,700
1,130
3,890
29,800
239,300
9,200

82,700

256,400

14,600
15,700

29,100
39,100
1,400
142,700
166,900
452,700
287,300
1,190
41,300
169,300

670

600

57,800
46,900
113,800
114,900
610
21,400
98,200
3,500
34,900
1,500
67,800
1,340

6,700

86,800
4,600
150,600
2,210

70

340

——

420

35,100
22,300

106,300
35,200'
808,300
53,500

541,100

19,200

Price Jan. 3,
196 i

Hershey Chocolate
Co (The)
Hewitt-Robins Inc.
Hewlitt-Packard Co
1
Heyden Newport Chemical—
1

Sale

Sale

24 %

30 %

•

25%
Sale

9%
30%
30
537/8
47%
65%
34"%
86
24
4%
16
16%
36 %

60

14
Sale

24%
16%

•

10
Sale

35%
74 %

33/*% preferred
100
4%
preferred
100
4.40% preferred
100
Houston Light St Power
•
Howard Stores Corp
1
Howe Sound Co
1
Hud Bay Min St Sm Co Ltd •
Hunt Foods St Indus Inc—
Common
S
5% preferred series A-100
5% preferred series B
100

82

88
89 %

13%
14%
45

264,200
2,390

320,100
2,200
12,300

885,100
5,600
33,700

Hupp Corp common
5% conv pfd series A
Hussmann Refrigerator

1
60
5

9
35 %

56,900
41,900
91,700
30,400
520

95,600
186,800
266,600
83,300
1,500
1,140
1,930
2,340

Idaho Power Co
Ideal Cement Co
Illlnlos Central RR Co
Illinois Power Co com

10
5
•
15

50
60

53%
26"%
32%
62%
41
43 %

370

1,500
90
60
69.800

860

161,200
24,400

9,200
12,400
86,800
34,000
20

250

70,100
68,100
1,100

222,100
161,600
1,900

26,400

61,800

330
-

251,500
1116,600

101,600

1,860
99,000
268,300

141,200

460,400

39,900

30,700

3,030

11,990

70,100
800

330,500
3,700

23.500
153,200
87,700

77,600
441,600
247,000

285,800
1,300
10,700
14,510

805,200
3,900
32,700

79,500

22,780
552,200
252,500

10,500
26,000

49,700
67,500

38,100
3,800

65,400
6,000

264,700

391,900 1,111,700
25,000
76.300
10,200
35,200
43,900
143,900
15.600
54,200
6,900
15,800
12,100
36,500
9,800
44.800
42,300
96,500
250
730
-

37,900

89,000

14,700
48,700

131,900

39,000

590

1,720

26,100

59,000

110

180

175,500

437,600
87,000
.462,700

25,400
127,000

.

4.08%

preferred

4.26% preferred
4.70% preferred
4.42% preferred
4.20% cum preferred
Indiana General Corp

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
92
94
Sale

68
138

Sale
125
9%
Sale
Sale
36%
28
Sale
19% Sale
10 %
Sale
31 %
Sale
29% 30%
Sale
58%
47
Sale
Sale
79%
Sale
36%

84%
21%
4%
18%
18
38
36
75

96%
13%
18%
41%
94

95

-

Sale
Sale

9%
38%
19%

Sale
Sale
Sale

30%
38%

Sale

68%

42
Sale

42

43%

49
45

49
45

42%
43%
55%

54%

50%

5%
19%

Sale
Sale

7%
18%

Sale

87
147
47
44
37 >4

4%

preferred
International Mining

72
145

150

•

4i%

Sale

20

33%
34%

Sale
36

43

Sale
Sale
Sale

1

5
100
__1

preferred

-

100
5

Internat Nickel of Canada.*
International Packers Ltd
1

International Paper—
Common
2.50
$4 preferred
•
Internatl Rys of Cent Am
•
5%
preferred
100
International Rectifier
1
Int'l Resistance Co
10c
International Salt
•
International Shoe Co
*
International Silver com
25
7% preferred
25
international Tel St Tel
•
International Utilities
5
S2 conv preferred
25
Interstate Dept Stores
1
Interstate Power Co
3.50
Iowa Elec Light St Pow CO_5
Iowa-Illlnois Gas St Elec
1
Iowa Power & Light Co
10
Island Creek Coal com
50c
$6 preferred
1
I-T-E Circuit Breaker Co__5
.

Jaeger Machine Co
5~
Jefferson Lake Sulphur Co-1
Jersey Central Pwr St Lt—
4%
preferred
100
1

100
6
5

50c

St Laughlln
Steel Corp common
10
5% pfd series A
100

91

21"%
589

41%
91

26%

86%

409,100
6,950
33,900

42,200
85,400

147,100
241,900
16,300

5,600
2,500

3,800

12,900
16,300

1,000

1,400

12,100

37,800

100
120

520
340

1,070

1,410

140

310
630

10
15,600
5.000

41,100
8,900

Jorgensen (Earle M) Co
1
Joy Manufacturing Co
i.
1
Kaiser Alum St Chem
33%
4%% conv preferred—100
4%% preferred
50
4%% conv preferred—100
4% % (series of 1959)
convertible pfd
Kansas City Pow St
Common

•

3.80%
preferred
100
preferred
100
4%% preferred
100
4.20% preferred
100
4.35% preferred
100
Kansas City Southern com.*
4% non-cum pfd
50
4%

*"*>r footnotes, see page 29.




100
Lt Co-

21%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
38%

5%
18%
18%
38

Sale
Sale
84

41
77

91
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

90

20%
49%
49%
95%

95%
10 %

94%
14%

37

19%
56%
28%
39
69
43

44%
49%

43%

47
44

48%
46%
43

Sale
Sale

57%

7%
18%
80%

41

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

S-.I2
69
Sale
Sale
Sale
29 *

25% Mar

30%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
-^Sale
Sale
38%
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
96
97

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

42%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

34%
77%
26%
58%
15%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

43
80

Sale*?1
81%

29
65%
20%

Sale
Sale

79%
30%
65%

Sale=

19%

Sale
Sale
Sale

33%

Sale

*»4 %

95%
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

13%
65

31%

145%

30%

Sale

34%

95

Sale

10%
56%

Sale
Sale

95
13 y4

.22%

Sale

27%

Sale

95

Sale

33%
58%
32%

Sale
Sale
33%

47%
35%

Sale
Sale

41%
52%
20%
42%
41%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

46%
71%
22%
47%
45%

39%

Sale

42

21%
115%
22

Sale
Sale
Sale

26%
118%
22%

14
13%

Sale
Sale

16
17%

80%

82

82

49%
80%

Sale

51%

Sale

82
Sale
Sale
Sale

81

83%

57%
74%
16

56%

Sale

96

Sale

13%
38%

Sale
Sale

61%
29
31%
109 %
36%
64

35%
54%
41

41
100
45

Sale
Sale

115

Sale

83

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

44%
48%
87%

21%
49

45%
41%

84%
92
84

86
94

85%

87

88%

Sale

90%

68%
36

Sale

77

36%

37%

Mar 10

19% Mar 20
39

Mar 13
Mar 30
Mar 21

83% Mar 23

Jan
Jan

56% Mar 24
30% Mar 1
40% Mar 21

53

94%
9%
36%
18%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

53
28

Mar 14
Mar 27
Mar 9
Mar 13
Mar 7
Mar 3
Mar 13
Mar
7
Mar 17
Mar 23
Mar 1

36%
65
42 %

43%
48%

2
6
1
24
3

7

147

Mar 20

1
44% Mar 27
42% Mar 7
38
Mar 3
38% Mar 13
91
Mar 13
25% Mar 15
662
Mar I
46% Mar 1
144% Mar 27

41

Mar

Mar 13

79% Mar 17
27% Mar 7
65
Mar 16
17% Mar 22

32%
94%
12%
59

Mar 24
Mar 21
Mar 9
Mar 9

26% Mar 13
30 % Mar
109

36%

Mar
Mar

64

Mar
35% Mar
53
Mar
40% Mar
45% Mar
71
Mar
21% Mar
46% Mar
44% Mar
39
Mar
23% Mar
117
Mar
20% Mar

1
1
1

1
1
8
2

3
1
16
8
10
9

29
14
29

70

Mar 28
3
7

43% Mar
44% Mar
49% Mar
46

3,

Mar 23

43% Mar 17
44

Mar

1

57% Mar 30

7% Mar 22
19

Mar

87% Mar

6
1

147

Mar
1
49% Mar 3
50% Mar 22
41
Mar-28
42
Mar 3
93
Mar 28
27V4 Mar 2
733
Mar 17
51
Mar 17
147% Mar 8

44% Mar 20
81
Mar 8

43% Jan 20

33% Mar 10
123% Mar 7
37% Mar 6
85% Mar 20
38% Mar 3
60% Mar 29
46% Mar 13
49
Mar 29
87% Mar 30
22% Mar 8
49% Mar 20
45% Mar 1
42% Mar 28
27% Mar 3
118% Mar 1
23
Mar 1

2

84

Mar 22
Mar 23
83% Mar 7
74
Mar 21
110% Mar 7
26% Mar 3

73

70% Mar
101

3

28% Mar 22
Feb
2
Mar 22

68
140
16

Jan

43% Mar
29% Mar
22% Mar
11% Mar
32 % Mar
30% Jan
67
Mar
53% Jan
84% Mar
40% Mar
89
Mar
25% Jan
5"% Mar

20
22

23
23
13
7
16
16
16
8
16
30

19
13
19
Mar 10
19% Mar 20
39
Mar 13
41

Mar 30

78

Mar 21
83% Mar 23

90%
100%
15%
22%
50%

Feb 23

Feb 13
Mar 23
Mar 20
Mar 10

51%
95%
97%
10%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Feb

59

Feb
Jan
Mar
Mar
Feb
Jan

28
20
16
15
38% Feb 28
20 % Mar 17

31%
40%
70
43
44%
49%

2
27
21

28
23

30
Jan 25
Jan 31

5% Jan
17% Feb
71% Jan

19% Feb

145

Jan
40% Jan

3
2
3
18
3
3

33% Jan
35% Jan 30
38 % Mar 13
90

Jan

21% Jan

18
3

580
Jan
42% Jan
142% Jan

3
3
4

Jan

34

77% Jan
25% Jan

26
95

33%
58
32%
44%
33%
40%

51%
20%
42%
41%
38%
21%
115%
19%

Jan
Jan
Jan

Jan

45

Feb 27

57% Mar 30
8

Feb 20
9

Mar 6
Jan 24
49% Mar 3
50% Mar 22
Mar 28
41
9
44% Jan
88

147

93

Mar 28
2

27% Mar
733

Mar 17

52% Feb 23
147% Mar

8

44% Feb 28
81
Feb
6

32% Mar 29
68% Mar 6
21% Feb 24

35% Feb 17
95
14

Jan
Feb

3
24

69% Mar 28
32% Mar 17
12
3

3
3

Jan 11
Jan • 4
Jan 11
Jan 12
Jan
4
Jan
4
Jan
3
Jan
3
Jan 10
Jan
3
Jan
3
Feb 10

14
Jan
13% Jan

46

3
3

80% Jan 27
48% Feb 14
82
Jan
6
55% Feb 13
4
73% Jan
3
15% Jan

56% Jan

34% Feb
123% Mar
37% Mar
85% Mar
38% Mar
60% Mar
46% Mar
49
Mar
87% Mar
23 % Feb
49% Mar
47
43

16
7

6
20
3
29
13
29
30
9
20

Feb 15
Jan 25

27% Jan 30
118% Jan 30
24% Feb 20
17% Mar

2
18% Mar 21

84%
73
83%
74
110%
28 %

Feb
Mar
Feb
Mar
Mar
Feb

70% Mar

14

23
7
21

7
15

3

Mar 28

3
Jan
3
Jan
13
3
3
38% Jan
37% Jan 13
Jan 23
96
44% Jan 11

48

Mar 28

Mar 23

103% Jan 18

118

Mar 23

110% Jan 18

115% Mar

Mar 22

17% Mar 30

Mar

1

120

102
47
111

Mar
Mar

3
2

48
118

110

116%

115

MarlO

Sale
80

65
78

Sale

63
78

85

85%

Sale

85

94%
Sale
92%

95%

Sale

94

Mar 21
Mar 20
Mar 6
Mar 7

87
90

89

87
Mar
90% Mar

Sale
38

80
37

Sale
38

115% Mar

2

96

88
Mar 22
90% Mar 3

58%
75%
84%
92%
85
88%

Feb
Jan
Jan

27
6
4
3

82% Mar 22
37% Mar 2

68% Jan
36
Jan

3
10

70
79

68% Feb 28
28% Mar 30
42 % Mar 30

43% Jan 18

30% Jan
93% Feb
10
Feb
54% Feb
21% Jan

69% Mar 28
32% Mar 17

Mar 30

153

48% Feb 23
4
44% Jan
43 % Jan 18
32% Jan 23
50
Jan 10

1
Mar 1
14% Mar 24

35% Mar
95

48
Mar 20
46% Mar 14
106% Mar 29

3
73% Mar 13
36% Mar 13

Jan 23
Jan
4

4

82%

1

3
3
3

15% Jan

81
68

65% Mar 15
99 % Mar 3
14
Mar 14
43% Mar 10
41% Mar 1

Jan
Jan
Jan

58% Jan

81% Mar
50% Mar
81
Mar
63 % Mar
97
Mar
20% Mar

2
20
8
15
20

26%
31%
58
41

3

6
1

32% Mar 29
68% Mar
20% Mar

Sale

16

Jan

5
3
3
3

84

92

Mar
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan

3
35% Jan
90% Jan 10
92 % Jan
4
8
Jan 26
3
34% Jan
3
17% Jan

Mar

63%

79%

4%
16 %
16%
36%
33%
74%
82%
88 %

50% Mar 29
95% Mar 20
97% Mar 14
10% Mar 2
38% Mar 1
20% Mar 17

94

82

120

20

41% Mar

18 % Mar 21

117

83% Feb

3
3
7
2
3
5
3
13
19
4
23
10

45

1

17% Mar

105
47

65% Jan
34% Jan

50 Ya Mar 10

15 % Mar 13

47%
Sale

42% Mar 23

47% Mar 27

15% Mar 29

Sale
Sale

6
5

Jan

97% Mar 6
15 % Mar 23
22% Mar 20

c

Sale

Sale

78
84
94

19

Sale

46%
41%

67

29% Feb
51

Mar 16
47% Mar 1
84% Mar 8
40% Mar 16
89
Mar 30
25% Mar 17
5% Mar 13

17%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
108
Sale

4
4

Jan

30% Mar 22

15¥4

67%
100%
17%
45
44%

3
6
3
7
10

9% Jan

67

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Jan
Jan
7% Feb
30 % Jan

30

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

66
117

11% Mar 13
32 % Mar 7

Sale

83

23% Jan

24% Jan 12
16 % Jan
3

20%

68%
99%
14%

Sale
76 %

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
38
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

24%
119
120%

101%
22%

112

75%

59%

Sale
Sale

Sale

59%

37%
„

Sale

102% 104%
112

36%

68
105
25 %

102
47
112

46

30%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

4
112% Jan
61% Jan 17
20% Jan
3
36% Mar 17

93% Mar 14
13% Mar 21
18% Mar I

—■

17% Mar 9
80% Mar 29

Sale
Sale

28
22
23
22

Sale
Prices

29"% Mar 23
22% Mar 23

3
—

Sale
Sale
Sale

49%
144%

Mar
Mar
10% Mar
43% Mar

Highest

Jan
Jan
86% Jan 10
12% Feb
6
3
14% Jan

c

Sale
Sale

695

68
140

78

45

675

28% Mar 22

1

82 % Mar

Mar 30

68% Mar 1
28% Mar 30
42% Mar 30

41

43%
38%
55%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

153

1

Mar
Mar

46%

42%
142%

,48%

36
75

44

42%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

41%
92%
25%

Mar
Mar
Mar 7
Mar
1
Mar 2
Mar 6
31
Mar 17
29 % Mar 3
57% Mar 2
42 % Mar 23
78
Mar 3
36% Mar 1
85
Mar 6
20
Mar 2
4% Mar 1
17% Mar 21
17% Mar 1
38
Mar 2

Sale
Sale

84%
91%
Sale

8
2
1
3

Mar

8%
36 %
28
19%
10 %

Sale

152
Sale
47%
Sale
48%

41%

8
Mar 15
23% Mar 1
36% Mar 17

63

145

37%
Sale
93
Sale

121% Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale

66
125

Lowest
Sale
Prices

Sale
Prices

Prices

78

82%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
43

.Tones

118,000
1,890
15,400

28%
21
10%
31%
30
63%
42%
81%
39
88

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

90

48

10%
39%

Sale
Sale

82%

•

Interlake Iron Corp
Internat Business Machines 5
Inter Harvester common
•
7%
preferred
100
International Minerals St
Chemical Corp com
5

Johnson St Johnson
Jonathan Logan Inc

17%

Sale
75
84
89

-23

43%
Sale
Sale

•

Inland Steel Co
Inspiration Cons Copper
Insuranshares Ctfs Inc
Interchemlcal Corp com

3%% preferred
i.
Johns-Manvllle Corp

90%
92 %

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
16%
Sale
37

P-le

67%

44%
42%
34%

100

28 %
42%

Sale

66

48

lOOp
1

Ingersoll-Rand common
6% preferred

common

38%

30%

Sale

65%

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Highest

Sale

or
Ask

152

Sale
Sale

25%

50

Industria Electrlca
De Mexico S A
Industrial Rayon Corp

Jewel Tea Inc

129%
67%
24

50
50
1

Indianapolis Power 6c Lt

4%%

Sale

13 %

73,300
1,510
680

1,300

Sale
66

65
117

Hoover Ball & Bearing Co._5
Hotel Corp of America
1
5% conv preferred
25
Houdaille Indus Inc com
3

preferred

Sale

or
Ask

—

10o

Household Finance com

Bid

20%

$4% cum 2nd pfd (conv)_*
5
Corp
2.60
5%% pfd series A
25
Hoffman Electronics Corp 50c
Holland Furnace
5
Holly Sugar Corp com
10
5%
conv
preferred
30
Holt Rinehart & Winston—1
Homestake Mining
12.50
Honolulu Oil Corp
10
Hooker Chemical Corp com.5

conv

Bid

65

Hill Corp
Hilton Hotels

$2.25

Cloning

115

Hertz

$4.25 preferred

Opening

Bid

Par

Common
3 %% preferred ser A

March 1

Opening

or
Ask

i

-PRICES IN MARCHLowest
March 30

Mar
Mar

8
6
86
Mar 29
95% Mar 28

Jan
Jan
Jan

17
9

101

Mar 22

17% Mar 30
-48
Mar 20
46% Mar 14
106 % Mar 29

70
79
86

2

Mar 8
Feb 28
Jan 10
Mar 28

95%
Mar 22
88
91
Feb 23
82% Mar 22
38% Feb 13

New York

Aggregate Sales
in
March

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

11,700
41,400
14,400
66,300
408,000 1,340,800
18,900
48,600
35,500
94,300
78,300
285,500
61,300

3,000
40,800
65,400

13,000
55,200
1,260
233,700
45,400

80,200
15,600
114,700

68,300
406,400
24,100
533,200

1
50c

Sale

87%
17%
25 Va
38%

Preferred 4% series
Korvette (E J) Inc

78%
32%
28 %

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

186,000
126,500
41,700
142,500
5,710
643,800
109,400
206,500

31,100
316,000

40,900

805,600

73,600
150,600
111,300
724,700
23,600
55,500
200,300
82,900
418,200
409,500
747,100
177,400
2,330
142,800
1,203,700
77,900
742,900

350

1,120

20
60

40
280

218,900

1

100
1

Kresge (S S) Co
10
Kress (8 H) & Co
10
Kroehler Mfg Co
5
Kroger Company
1
KVP Sutherland Paper Co_5
Laclede Gas Light com
4.32% preferred ser A

4
25

Lane Bryant
Lear Inc
Lee Rubber Si Tire

1
50c
5

Lehigh Coal Si Navlg'n Co_10
Lehigh Portland Cement 15
Lehigh Valley Indus com_50c
$1.50 conv pfd series A—•

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

51

Sale

2674

Sale

1
1
1
4

917b

Sale

27%

Sale
Sale
Sale

16

Sale

,

2274

5

_

Lykes Bros Steamship Co.10

100

w)_50

Macy (R H) Co Inc com !l
414% pfd series A
100

1672
137b
33
17b
18%
5

2874
108

139

4274
100 Va
84 '/a
78
40%
138%
51%

507b
14Y*
53 %
16%

Sale
Sale
Sale

85%
88

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

277# 28 74
116
114
3374 Sale

42%
4674

43
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Ask

56
48

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

21%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

60%
32%
34%
85 %
67%
89%
33%

Sale
Sale

37%
89%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

23%
26%
40%
83

66%
31%
22

12%
32%
36%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

14%
29%
2 74
2274
57b

24

167b

Sale
Sale
Sale

287b

123%
44%
277b
24%

Sale
Sale
Sale

25%
15174
487b

10172 1027a
87 7a
86

10172
85%

90
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

877a
487b
14174
59%
56%
18 74

Sale
31%
117% 118
42
Sale
Sale
48
Sale
51

29 YB
118
41

207#

1

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

31% Mar 14
32 % Mar
9

Sale
38
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale "
227b
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

89%
149

Sale
Sale
Sale

167a
697a

56

5374
34%
54%
3474

387a
5774
137b

111%
34%
1972
277.

58
54

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

121

Sale
Sale
Sale

88%
47%
1427a

1
1

Sale

5572
27

14074
48 7b

43% Mar
19% Mar

52
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

41%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
149
1507a
Sale
5174
29

56

30

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

74

18%

487b
53

8ale

Sale
Sale
Sale
103
87 %
88%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

30,200

6,200
61,200
60,800

28,600
198,300

188,000
121,096
30,600
120

228,900
617,900
252,596
56,100
390

532,100 tl114300
67,500
27,800
56,400
169,600
580
360
280

1,390
1,290

70

760
260

94,600
27,300

339,500
66,200

42,500

145,900

13,300
6,500
443,800

64,100
15,500

2,680

718,300
6,960

1,470

3,370

4,570
103,400
334,500
127,100

12,500
256,500
592,600
343,500

9,300
48,600

40,700
148,600

19,400

43,900
76,300
39,000
145,000
77,900
35,400
122,800

Mar 30

82
Mar 8
61% Mar 1
75% Mar 10
29% Mar 10
35% Mar 1
89 % Mar 30
18
Mar 16
26% Mar 7
40 % Mar 29
81% Mar 9
44% Mar 1
30
21

Mar 22
Mar 27

51,800
28,300
7,700
57,700
180

400

35% Mar 21

26% Jan
32% Jan
82
Jan
16"% Jan
257a Jan
36
Jan

38% Mar 10
93

23%
26%
44%
83

68%
31 %

3
30
17
2
21
30
29
Mar 22
Mar 22
Mar 22
Mar 6
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

1

30
36

Mar
Mar

1
8

23%
13%
34%
37%

27% Mar

8

3174 Mar 27

78
31%
28
21

137s
29%
1%
18%
4%
277a

°

107

Mar 1
Mar 30
Mar 1
Mar 1
Mar 1
Mar 15
Mar

1

3472 Mar

1
1
1
29
2
1
1
9
1

55

Mar

1174 Mar
887a Mar
149

51%
27%
52 7,
26%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

53% Mar 14
Mar 15
Mar 1

16
68

187# Mar

7

Mar 30
Mar 29

29

117

4074 Mar
48
Mar
46
85
21%
467a
59%
39%

8
1
Mar 14

6

357b Mar 29

Mar 1
Mar 2
Mar 10
Mar 7
Mar 7

Mar 28
Mar 28
Mar 30
Mar 1

53

22
28
23

2574

Sale

25%

Sale

247i Mar 24

26% Mar

57b
167b

47b
16%

Sale
Sale

2774

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

474 Mar 22
15% Mar 1
26
Mar 20
21% Mar 7
5774 Mar 23
62% Mar 1

5% Mar 1
17% Mar 16
27% Mar 6
25% Mar 17
6374 Mar 17
73
Mar 3
96
Mar 28
377a Mar 3°
34% Mar 10
517b Mar 3
787a Mar 14
78
Mar 2
69% Mar 9
787a Mar 23
4678 Mar 28
45
Mar 22

1

Marquette Cement Mfg Co.4

53 Y*

Marshall Field & Co com

55%
9074

Marquardt Corp

•

preferred
100
Martin Co (The) new
•
Masonlte Corp
.*
May Dep't Stores com
6
$3.75 pfd series 1945
•
$3.75 pfd series 1947
•
$3.40 preferred
•
3%% pfd series 1959__100
Mays (J W) Inc
1
Maytag Co (The)
•
414%

Sale
Sale
93

357a
2974
4474
74
75
67

76%
2374
37

Sal»
Sale
Sale
75%

33
51

68

69

7772

77

Sale
Sale
Sale

—

McGraw-Edlson Co
McGraw-Hill Publishing

31

33 7s

Sale

16%

707b
96

7174
97%

8474

87
29

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

3
1

10974

l

15%

Sale

Mclntyre Porcupine Mines-*
McKee (A G) Si Co
•
McKesson & Robblns
18
McLean Trucking Co
1
McQuay-Norrls Mfg Co
10
Mead Corp common
5
414% pfd 1st series
100

27%
26%
38

Sale
Sale

5%
15%
35%

Sale

common

—

:

96
110

37%
2474
38

11474
38%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

97%
Sale
Sale
Sale
78%

Mar

94

Class A

Sale
16%
Sale
89%
26%

32% Mar 28
327b Mar 24
4774 Mar 16

77% Mar
347a Mar
417b Mar

67%

Sale

49

Sale
Sale
Sale

52
Mar 3
477» Mar 14

68
53

33
Mar
16 74 Mar

35
19

43

347b
19

93
96
123

38%
2874
3974

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

%

84% Mar 1
94% Mar 16
110

Mar

1

357i Mar 23
237-8 Mar 1
357b Mar 23
114% Mar 1

93
97
123
44

287b Mar 30
40
122

Mar
6
Mar 17

36% Jan
377a Jan
30

Jan

12% Jan
717, Jan

Sale

15
27

18%
41%
90

91%

28%

19%
39%
89%
28%
32%
81%

16% Mar 10
30% Mar 16
34 % Mar 1
42% Mar 29
6% Mar 1
19% Mar 17
44% Mar 7
90
Mar 15
30
Mar 17
34% Mar 1

23% Jan
30% Jan

83% Mar

80

38%
6%

Sale
Sale

81%

t\66%

36%

Sale

34%

Sale

16%c
•

84
76%

Sale

88%

Sale

79

78

34%

82

Sale

31%
8i y4

37%

Sale

33%

86

Sale

84

77

78%

76

Mar 17

6%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
91
Sale
Sale

29%
36%

6%
is y8
38»/4
89
26 y2

6

4
3
4

5
Jan
3
Jan
Jan 26
3
Jan
3
Jan
Mar 3

15%
29%
30%
42%

34

6
5

94% Mar 16
86%
28%
22%
3074
108%
$39

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Mar 28
Mar 9
Mar 10
Mar 16
Mar 6
Mar 13
Mar 24
Mar 15
Mar 6
Mar 15
Mar 29
Mar 2
Mar 22

5
7
4
4
3
3

75% Jan 18
3
2374 Jan
3
36% Jan

437b Mar 22

Sale
Sale

56

35%

4974 Feb 10
Feb
8
87% Mar 9

104

90
Mar
50% Mar
144
Feb
61 V* Mar
587b Mar
187b Mar
74% Mar
207b Feb

3
10
27

8
28
28
30
23

317b Feb 23
Mar 21
Feb 16
Mar 22
50
Mar 28
55
86 V2 Mar 23
23% Mar 29
Mar
2
51
70% Mar 30
46% Mar 29
23% Mar 30

119
44

Mar 14
Feb 24
Mar 9

Jan
75% Jan
68
Jan

3

15%
27%

60%
147b
947b
15174
59%
347b

Mar 29
Feb 16
Mar 21
Mar 22
Mar 22
Mar 20
Mar
8
Mar 14
Mar 7
Mar 22
Mar 9
Mar
6
Mar 16
Mar 30
Mar 6
Mar 29

3
5
19

74

Mar

80%

For footnotes, see page 29.

1

6%
287b
128%
3874

Mar 27
Mar 2

26% Feb 27
5% Jan 27
17% Feb 16

39

4% preferred series B—100

Merck & Co Inc com
$3.50 preferred

6

Mar 30
Mar 20
Mar 21
Mar 30
Mar 30
Mar 13
Mar 30
Mar 7

16%
14%
33%
2y2
227s

3
3
4% Jan
4
12% Jan
24% Jan 17
3
19
Jan
4
51% Jan
3
5474 Jan
9174 Jan 26
7
$29% Feb
3
29% Jan
4
447b Jan

Sale

Sale
Sale
83

13,300

9
1
7

3
4
4
3
3
3
3

21% Jan

8

_

79
Sale
Sale

77%

;

Jan

36% Jan
10% Jan

417#

88
26%
30%

278,600
1,700

Mar 23
Mar 30
Mar 2

Jan

3874

•
1

7,000

1

Sale
70

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

127b

Sale

77
77
69

44

30 y«

31

35

327a
4974

Sale

_3

1

.

42

55
5174

24%

9472

357b

Sale

McCrory Corp common
50c
3%% conv preferred
100
$6 conv preferred
100
5%% conv pref B
100
McDermott (J Bay) & Co__l
McDonnell Aircraft
2.50

71

78
77
69

377a
397#

•

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

78%
7872
70
78
Sale

77%
777a

*

MCA Inc
McCall Corp
McCord Corp

New

94

267b
2374
58%

46

25

257b Mar 29
15174 Mar 30

827i Jan
20% Feb
3874 Jan

29
51
Mar 2
7074 Mar 30
46% Mar 29
2374 Mar 30

41% Mar 29

2
11
4

44% Jan 16

Sale
Sale

Sale

21
20
29

128% Mar 10
457s Mar 30
277a Mar 28
271% Feb 27

21V* Jan 12
115% Jan
6
3
32% Jan
43
Jan
5

317b Mar 1
119
Mar 21
43 74 Mar 3

Sale

25
617.
62 Ya

2

Mar
68% Mar
31 y» Mar
26 y8 Jan
14
Jan
83

4
Jan
Jan 26
Jan 10
3
Jan

16% Jan

4%
127b
25 y8

197b

4

4
4
4
3
81% Jan
146% Jan 10
5
4974 Jan
6
24% Jan
44% Jan. 3
2374 Jan 26

14% Jan

217b

9

4
4
3
3

497b Jan'
1074 Jan

85
87
39% Jan
136% Jan
51
Jan
50% Jan

Inc
12.50
Maracalbo Oil Exploration_l
Maremont Automotive Prod 1
Marine Midland Corp
5

18% Mar

«3

3
Jan 13
Mar 29

2374

477a
70 V2
457b

4

26
3
3

100% Jan

1972

Manhattan Shirt Co

Sale

60
43

22%
4974

74
Jan
23 7b Jan

Jan
41% Jan

1874

Magma Copper Co
Magnavox Co (The)
Mallory (P R) & Co

86
23

Jan

135

Mar 3
507a Mar 10
14274 Mar 2
6174 Mar 8

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

Jan

422% Feb

90

50
55
86%
237a

Jan
Jan

4% Jan
26% Jan

877b
26%
157b
227b

457b Mar 30
277s Mar 28
2774 Mar 1

587b
185/b
747a
.2074

9

44% Mar

—

11%
27%
17b
167b

Sale

1

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

85

'■

Jan
14% Jan

257b Mar 29
15174 Mar 30
487b Mar 6
1027a Mar 3
877a Mar 9

Mar 24
87% Mar 9
87
Mar 29
45% Mar 3
140
Mar 17
55 7a Mar 23

27% Feb

31% Mar 27

.

16

1287a Mar 10

102

381/2 Mar 10
93
Feb 10
23% Mar 30

25% Jan 27

.

Mar 29
Mar 2
Mar 21
Mar 22
67b Mar 22
28% Mar 20
1287a Mar 8 7
3874 Mar 14
607b Mar 7
14% Mar 22
947b Mar 9
15174 Mar 6
597a Mar 16
347b Mar 30

237b Mar 13
14074 Mar 1
47 7b Mar 21

62% Mar 17
36% Jan
9
37% Feb 16
87% Mar 3
69
Mar 6
91% Mar 30
35 Yb Mar 21

1
3

147b
337»
27a
227b

Mar 1
Mar 7
Mar 1
Mar 29

11074
33%
19 7a
24 y8

23% Mar 10

30
Mar
30% Jan

287b Jan

Mar

3
3
3

Jan
4
Jan
Jan
"
Mar 27

41% Mar 29
25
Mar 27
167b Mar 2

56

7

Feb 28
Mar 29

19
16
34% Mar 22
38% Feb 23

;

1
1
7

9

48

3

'

31% Mar
19% Mar
157a Mar

4
3
4
4

60

11% Jan

167b

Inc

75,400




52
Jan
62% Jan

5

Fund

Mercantile Stores

600

3

Mar 6
91% Mar 30

10
1
1

Madison

Medusa Portland Cement
Melville Shoe Corp com

27,400
850

87% Mar
69

87
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

34,700
96,900
3,230

13,100

Mar 17
36% Mar 13

34

11% Mar

McGregor-Donlger Inc—
24,100
9,600

4
50% Jan
3
37% Jan
3
12% Jan
50% Jan 11
31% Feb 23
3
25% Jan
3
73% Jan

17
29
23% Mar 10
62% Mar 17

59 % Mar
48
Mar

84
207#
3874
47 y2
37

Manning Maxwell Si Moore
7,700

Sale
Prices

Sale
Sale

Mar

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices

Highest

Sale

45

Sale
45

347a
5574
11%
907a

2374

10

Lorillard (P) common
5
7% preferred
.100
Louisville Gas & Elec (Ky)_»
Louisville Si Nashville
50
Lowensteln (M) <fe Sons
1
Lukens Steel Co
3.33 Vb

6% preferred
Mack Trucks Inc com
5 V»% preferred (w

Sale

2.50

225,500
29,300
105,700
5,320

26,800

147a
117s
27%
1%
17
4%

Sale
Sale
Sale

MacAnd'ws St Forbes com_10

81,200
41,100

3174
197b

53
25 y4
44V8

100
Long Island Lighting com.10
5% series B pfd
100
4.25% series D pfd_
100
4.35% series E pfd
100

22%
12%
30%
37%

29%
Sale
Sale

Sale

Litton Industries Inc
Lockheed Aircraft
Loew's Theatres Inc
Lone Star Cement
Lone Star Gas Co—
New common
4.84% preferred

47%
30%

2874

107b
817#
146%

50c

82

41

a

Ling-Temco Electronics
Link Belt Co
Lionel Corp (The)

18%
26%
42%

Sale

23%

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass—5
Libby McNeil Si Libby
7
Liggett St Myers Tob com_25
7% preferred
100
Lily Tulip Cup Corp
5

92%

39

•

16,700
1,410

96,100
41,000

Sale

86

.61%
78%
31 %
36

25%

5

5,700

350,100
253,100
311,000

Sale
Sale

33%
34%

37
287a
177»

Lehn Si Fink Products
Lerner Stores Corp

35,700
107,700
133,900
154,000
69,800

2,000
157,300
64,500

22%
ii y8
31%
31%

267b
75

1

700

3,100
33,700

32%

•

9,400
35,400
72,900
55,200
19,900

•

51

Lehigh Valley RR Co
Lehman Corp (The)

663,100
2,340

79,100

56

32%

14,700

26,700

910

13

59%
43%
19%

Keystone Steel & Wire
1
Kimberly Clark Corp
5
King-Seeley Thermos Co
1
KLM Royal Dutch Air__100G
Koppers Co Inc common
10

248,100

1278,300
5,890
98.600

950

Kayser-Roth Corp

Bid

51%
Sale
Sale

51

37%

26
74
53%
63%
27

151,100
458,700
1,161,600 2,123,900
292,600
687,700
91,900
342,200
205,000

Kansas Gas & Elec Co——.*
Kansas Power & Lt Co.8.75

Opening or

Bid

Kendall Co
8
Kennecott Copper Corp
•
Kern County Land Co
2.50
Kerr-McQee Oil 7nd com
1
4 % % prior preferred
25

80,900

206,800
442,000
52,600
1,030

„r

173,700
322,400

28,500

277,600

STOCKS

I'eiio^g Co
Kelsey Hayes Co

87,400

59,600
30,100
566,700
16,700
25,600
82,100
37,400

Opening or

Stock Exchange

-PRICES IN MARCHMarch 30
Lowest
Sale
Closing or
Bid
Prices

March 1

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

23,100

32,400
479,100
26,600

Price Jan. 3,
1961

49,100
123,200

183,300
717,900

23

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE—STOCKS

April, 1961

14% Jan 16
27

Feb 24

26

Jan

5

36% Mar 16
5% Jan
3
16
Jan
351/2 Jan
88

Jan

Jan

6
3
9
19
3
6

29

Feb

2

26% Feb 28
63% Mar 17
73
96

Mar 3
Mar 28

377b Mar 3
347s Mar 10
52
78%
78y2
69%

Feb 24

78% Mar 23
4678 Mar 28
45

Mar 22

Mar 30
68
551/4 Feb 15
1
35% Feb
19

93

Mar 30
Mar 30

97% Jan
Mar
Mar
287b Mar
40
Mar
Jan
124
43 Ya Mar
123
44

1674
307b
34%
4274
7%
1974
4474
90%

9
30
7
30
6
30
22

Mar 10
Jan 13
Feb 23

Feb
Feb

Mar
Mar
Feb
Mar
30
357a Feb
83 y2 Mar

9
8
17
7
17
17
28
6

37% Mar 30

37% Mar 30

33% Feb 16

Mar 17
Mar
9

77% Jan 20

90

Mar 17

76

81

Feb

90
78

Mar 17

14

NEW YORK STOCK

24
New York

Afrreftte Sale*
March

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

Share*

In

Price Jan. 3,
1961

Stock Exchange

-

Opening

STOCKS

-J,

Par

37,100
138,600
136,200 1136,200
164,900
419,000
7,100 - 23,000
290,800
632,800
1,500

40

560

60
50
610

640
180

100
100
100

j

760

1,300
12,200

256,900
2,900
30,200

1,300
9,500

22,900

105,300

2,640

Metropolitan Edison—
3.90% preferred
4.35% preferred
3.85% preferred
3.80% preferred—
4.45% preferred
Middle South Utilities

*648,600

56,100

104,500

17,300
37,400
99,400
53,300

50,600
80,500
224,900

. .

10

Midland Enterprises Inc—1
Midland-Ross Corp com
5

100

10

63,800

102,600

30,000
9,000

67,300
27,000

154,700

74,000
30,000
254,500 1,011,600
540
250

.1,120

18,200
1,300
3,400

57,300
1,900

175,000
37,200

573,400

24,100

8,600
700

8,800

207,900
45,500
66,300
123,300
99,600
153,000

760

8,900

94,800
59,000

38,800
1,800
103,200

712,100
161,400
224,000
242,600

261,900
187,500

272,700

72,200
411,300

16,800
24,700

37,900
122,200

12,600

35,800

74,500

123,700

623,400
16,700
10,800
87,900
20,800

982,600

20,500

.

42,900
1,660
451,200
105,300

90,800
62,900
175,100
8,700
57,300
35,200
100

118,300
1,340
450

12,500
12,900

5,100
40,200
29,000
147,500
253,300

23,800
270,300
132,600
7,100

30,700
11,700

34,100
35,300
143,800
85,400
130,800
5,170
611,000

397,900
227,800

228,300
552,200
25,500
140,800
124,500
3,270
282,800
3,290
2,380
40.400
38,700
11.300

112,000
51.900
348,700
865,700
48,400

748,000
188,600
22,500
89,800
41,600
2,510
237,000

1.50
Minn-Honeywell Reg
Minn Mining St Mfg
*
Minn St Ontario Paper—2.50
Minnesota Pwr St Lt Co
•
Corp

■

--1

Development Co—5
Mississippi River Fuel—_10

Mo-Kansas-Texas RR
Missouri Pac RR class

A—•

—•

B

Power

•

Co

Montecatini Min St Chemical
Amer Shares
1,000 Lire

Stamped
1,000 Lire
Monterey Oil Co ex $34 dis—
Montgomery Ward St Co
•
Moore-McCormack Lines 12
Morrell (John) St Co
10
Motec Industries Inc
1
Motorola Inc
3
Motor Wheel Corp
5
Mountain Fuel Supply Co_10
MSL Industries Inc
*
Mueller, Brass Co
1
Munsingwear Inc
5

680

2,950

1,270

3,660

10,100
41,200

36,100
76,900

32,700
1,200

101,300
7,300
11,100

2.600

For footnotes,




Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

21%

Sale

82%
32%
40%

40%
29%
37%
4%
40

Sale

39%

Sale
Sale

3%

Sale

4i y4

Sale

41%

Sale
Sale

24%
11%
70
74%
15 y8

Sale
Sale
Sale

62

70%
13%

72
Sale
10%
Sale

33%

Sale
Sale
Sale

37
27 y4

23%

24 y4 Mar
9oy4 Mar
20 y2 Mar

24
84 y4
18

Sale
Sale

Sale

33

Sale
Sale
Sale

21
22 y®
25%

Sale

36%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

23%
23%
50%
30%

Sale

27% Mar

Sale
Sale

30
14

Mar
Mar

1

52%

Sale

51

13%
27%
84%

Sale
Sale

Mar 13
Mar 14
Mar 10
Mar 1
Mar 2

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

79
153
10
78 y4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

151%

3%%

New

N

25%
83 y2
24

56%
93
85%
150%
125

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
127

23%
25%

Sale
Sale

29%
81%
19%
15%
5ya
21%
5%
21V*
10%
28 y4

Sale

Sale
Sale

59%
95
92
152
128

30%
90%

78%

Sale
81

63%

Sale

71%

44%

57 Va

37%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

3%
5%
13 y2

Sale
Sale
Sale

37

75%
22

25
16

Sale

21%
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
76%

Corp

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
79
Sale
84
Sale

6%
25 y4

10

22% Mar
81% Mar
Mar
68

3
7

50

7

Mar

8

9
9
2

34%
81 y4

Sale

32% Mar
79% Mar

44%

Sale
Sale
Sale
82
Sale

15

Sale
Sale

22%
35%

page 29.

3
1

Mar
13% Mar

84 y4
106%
103 y4

see

1
1

2% Mar

81% 83
103% 104%
Sale
99%

13

29

Sale
Sale

74%
81%

preferred

20
15
2
1
7
1

Sale

Sale
Sale

6%

29 y* Mar
84% Mar
19% Mar
is ya Mar
6V4 Mar
21% Mar
8ya Mar
20% Mar
10% Mar
24
Mar
41% Mar
78% Mar

6y4
15%

Sale
70
Sale
Sale
85

23

8

1

25

3%

69

28
10

Mar

29% Mar

Sale
Sale

43%

Sale
Sale
Sale

150% Mar 24
128
Mar 8

115
23

13%

Sale

Sale
Sale

69

73%
80
86
106
100

Sale

107
102

Sale
Sale

22%
54%

Sale
Sale

Sale

110
23%
13%

Sale

23%
Sale

24%
Sale

28% Mar 2
18% Mar 14
41% Mar 30

5

Mar 13
68% Mar 7
72% Mar 23
79% Mar 7
Mar 23
105% Mar 22
99 % Mar 14
83

154%
14y4
83%
25 %

Mar 16
Mar 30
Mar 8
Mar 1

-

70% Mar 15
29% Mar 1
92
Mar 1
30 ya Mar 29
61 y4 Mar 6
961/2 Mar 28
95
Mar 6
153
Mar 8
129
Mar 27
26% Mar 23
31% Mar 3

6

3

8

Jan
Jan
Jan

13% Jan

34 y2 Mar 24
34% Mar 27
7% Jan 24
3
28
Jan
9
11% Jan
6
32 y4 Feb
19
Mar
75% Jan
11% Jan

1

8
3
3
9

8

Mar 21

51
39

Feb 24
Mar 10

35%FeTT~*-6
39%

,

37ya
8

34%
17% Fe
37%
24% Md
90 y4 Ma

20% Maf

29% Jan
4
16 y4 Jan
20% Jan 31
5
17% Jan
44
Jan 18
26% Jan 10

35% Feb
39% Mar 29
25 y2 Mar 20
27
Feb
8
51
Mar 30
32% Mar 28

1
12
4

41% Mar 8
15% Mar 10
59% Mar 1
16% Mar 14
31 y2 Jan 12
85% Mar 30
154% Feb 16
14% Mar 30
83% Mar 8
26% Feb 28
70% Mar 15

27 Va Feb
Jan
13
Jan
47

Jan
3
10
26% Jan 27
6
70% Jan
149

Jan

3

3
8% Jan
4
61% Jan
Jan 10
20%

59% Jan
25% Jan
83% Jan

4

9

30% Feb 27
92% Feb 27

4

Jan
Jan
23% Jan
25% Jan

3
4
3
3

154
129

30% Mar 1
90% Mar 1
21% Mar 14

28% Jan 17
Jan 17
80

32

21% Mar 24
7% Mar 9
25% Mar 17
9% Mar 1
27% Mar 15
11% Mar 30
25% Mar 30
Mar 8
46
Mar
3
80
23% Mar 27
82% Mar 28
75% Mar 22

15%
5%
21%
5%
19%
9%
22%
36%
74
21%
79%
63%

57% Mar 1
34% Mar 29

43% Jan

22
46

Mar 21
Mar 22

4
Mar 1
7ya Mar 1
15% Mar 16

150
125

19% Jan

5
6
Jan
3
Jan
9
Jan
3
Jan
Feb 14
Jan 24
Jan 26
Jan
3
Jan 13
Jan
3
9
Jan
3
Jan

116
24

13%

Mar 10
Mar 14
Mar 7

Jan 31

90% Feb 28
22% Jan 20
21% Mar 24
7% Mar 9
25% Mar 17
9% Feb 28
27% Mar 15
11% Mar 30
6
29% Jan
Mar 8
46
Mar
3
80
8
24% Feb
83

Feb

9

75% Mar 22

9
9
3

4% Jan 24
8% Jan 23
18% Jan 30

3
75% Jan 23

34% Mar 8
81% Feb 27

2% Mar
5
13

Mar
Jan

38% Jan
68% Mar
71% Jan
76% Jan

6
75% Mar 6
Mar 17
83
Mar
7
86
Mar

95% Feb
3
Feb
9
Feb 27
26% Mar 23
31% Mar 3

58% Feb
9
34% Mar 29

44% Mar 30
70

30 Va Mar 29
62% Feb
9
96% Mar 28

3
3
3
3

25
Jan
15% Jan
37% Jan

28% Jan

54% Mar 30

13% Mar

5% Mar 27
42 Va Jan 23

84% Jan

1
7

9

Mar 10
Mar 14

23% Mar 29
170% Mar 10
84% Mar 20
Feb
6
34
42% Mar 23
7
41% Feb
30% Mar 22
40% Feb 23

23% Jan
55% Jan
Jan
92

3

Mar

y4

4
3
5
6

Mar
6
108
103 y4 Mar 1
23% Mar 21

109% Mar 27
23

Jan

34% Jan

34% Mar
81 y2 Mar

41

22% Mar
35% Mar

Mar ^
Mar 10
Mar 1

Mar 14
28% Mar 2
85% Mar 30

1

Sale

Sale

25

Mar 8
Mar 3
Mar 13

7%

70

Norfolk St Western com
Adjustment pfd

71%

59
95
87

4

69
72

19%

79%
23%
82

41%
15%
59 y2
16 y2

1
8
9

Sale

38%

31
98%

44

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
44%
Sale
Sale
83%
Sale

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

19%

•
.100

5
I

8%
25%
11%
25%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

63%
27%
86%
27 %

41%

Sale

100
100
100

85%
20%
19%

25% Mar 1
Mar 30
51
32% Mar 28

6
1
8

Sale
Sale
Sale

32%
81

76%

Sale
Sale

9ya Mar
78 y4 Mar
23 y2 Mar

54%
33%

Sale

100
100

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

12%
27%
78%
151%

Mar

6
8
3
1
2
1
30
13
17
8

34% Mar
39% Mar 29
25% Mar 20

3

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

29%
18%
43%

76%

3.40 % preferred
3.60% preferred
3.90% preferred
4.10% preferred
5.25% preferred
4.85 % preferred
Niagara Share Corp
Nopco Chemical Co

.

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

88
Sale
29%
Sale
60%
97
96
Sale
93%
Sale
151
128%
126
26% Sale
Sale
31%
29 y8

75%

Common

28%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

28%

•

24%
69

96%

$3.75 preferred
100
Niagara Mohawk Pwr Corp—

Common

80%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
129
Sale
25%
29% Sale

20
18%
6y2
21%
9%
20%
10%
24%
41%
78
23%
82

Sale

York New Haven St

Hartford RR com
•
Preferred 5% series A-100
Y Shipbuilding Corp
1

27%

14

Sale
Sale
Sale

8

34% Mar
15% Mar
35% Mar

1

Sale

Sale
Sale
84 y4

Mar

Sale
Sale

73 %

60

19

Mar 17

83% Mar 14
13% Mar 1
32 >/4 Mar 23
20% Mar 1
22% Mar 1
23% Mar 3
47 Vz Mar 1

149 y2

25%
64y4
29%
91%

Sale

19% Jan
3
Jan
4
70% Jan 17
31
Jan
6
35% Jan
4
35 y® Jan
3

140

24

Feb

58
97
49

3
27
10
17
16
1
29

16% Feb
9
10% Jan 19

8

Sale
Sale
Sale

97
83%
82
98
35%

3
9% Mar 10
2
6% Feb
44% Jan 20
33% Jan 3
Jan
3
31

38% Mar
37 ya Mar

'

Mar
Mar
Feb
Jan
Mar
Feb
46% Mar

85

12% Feb 27
73% Mar 29
79
Mar 28

34 y2 Mar 24
34% Mar 27
7% Mar 1
31% Mar 15
Mar 29
13
32% Mar 20

Sale
Sale

5

89% Jan 10
Jan 23
81
Jan 24
80
Jan
3
90
4
30% Jan
Feb 17
40
5
49% Jan
93% Jan 10
4
39% Jan

3
4
4

35%
35%

32 y®
13
33 y®

3

Mar 28
Mar 29
Jan 20
Mar 10
Mar 30

62
71

35%
34 y2

32%
12%
58%
63%

73% Mar 29
Mar 28
79
16% Mar 30
Mar 16
10
Mar 21
8
Mar 2
50
Mar 10
39
34 y4 Mar 24

Sale
37%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

33%

20%

9%
6%

Jan
Jan

81

128

4
Mar 10
Jan
3
Jan
3

Jan

42% Feb 27
24% Feb 28

33

15 y4
35%
19%
86 y2
13%

1

14%

77%
t24%
9y8
45 y4
41 %

Sale

Prices

3
3% Jan
38% Feb 13
4
34% Jan
5
19% Jan

Sale

Sale

City Lines

75

1

42

34%

Sale

8%
62 y2

ii ya
70

27

Highest

5% Mar 27
Mar 22
41% Mar 1
24% Mar 1
12% Mar 29

1

Mar 20
Mar 7
Mar 7
Mar 23
Mar 27
Mar 8
Mar 2
Mar 10
Mar 7

Sale

32 %
19%
75 y2
12

10
5

38
23

23

Mar

Sale

7%

National Can Corp
Nat'l Cash Register

3% Mar
40

29
10
20
3

Mar 22

36
33%

49'/®

34%

17%

38% Mar

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

47%
37%

Sale

21%
is ya

Mar 27
9
36% Mar 1
26% Mar 1
36% Mar 24

31

23%
170%
84%
33%
42%
407/a
30%
39%

45% Mar 23
35% Mar 2

7%
Sale

28ya
11%

Sale

7

153% Mar 30
77% Mar 8

Sale
Sale

6%

37%
36%

Sale
Sale

Mar

Mar 2
Mar 10
49% Mar 14

97

1

20

16
10
30

54

9%
7%

29%

National-Standard Co
10
National Steel Corp
10
National Sugar Refining—•
National Tea Co
4
National Theatres St TV__1
Nat Vulcanized Fibre Co—.-1
Natomas
Co
1
Nautec Corp
5
Neisner Bros Inc
1
Neptune Meter Co
—6
Newberry Co (J J) com
•

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

46% Mar

3
27
17
30
16
3
29

46%

8
Mar 15
51
94% Mar 2

i6y4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

$4.50 preferred
•
National Lead Co common_5
7% preferred A
100
6% preferred B
100
Nat Linen Service Corp
1
Nat Mall St Steel Cast Co—•

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

17
30
14
15

Sale

59%
13%
28%

National Dairy Products—_5
Nat Distillers St Chem
5
4Va.% pfd ser of 1951—100
National Fuel Gas Co
10
National Gypsum Co com—1

Sale

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

85
97
82
82
98
34 y4

76%

Sale
Sale
Sale

National

Sale
Sale
96%

Mar
Mar
Mar
31% Mar
40 Va Mar

82
82
95

1
7

Sale

10

preferred

83
Sale
97
Sale

2

73%
79
Sale
10%
Sale

1

7%

82% Mar 17
96% Mar 27

Mar
Mar
Mar

12

1
-5
10
100

Sale
97%

10
54
49

72
78

National Airlines Inc
National Aviation Corp
National Biscuit Co com

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

28
29

128

24% Mar 10

Sale

10

39

Sale

39y4

Mar
32% Mar
11 y4 Mar
59% Mar
63% Mar

Mar 10"

99

-

Prices

JAN. 1

lowest
Sale
Price*

Highest
Sale

72%

9

33

36%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

61

9%
6%
46

157

23
154
83
31 y4
42

36%
15 -

107,200

4,290
1,400

8

94%
46%

Sale
Sale

N Y State Elec St Gas

7,070

20%

96
48

95
39%

96

30%
14%

58,400

1,660
3,210
1,000
97o

40
35

Sale

32%
46 y2
51%

Sale
Sale

24,800

337,800
3,630

73%
31%
35%
35 y4
24%
34%

40%
52%

Sale
42

30%
13%
48

New

102,100

143

33%

1
5

88,800
48,967

2,600

39

82
81
96

83%
95%
81
82

NAFI Corp
Natco Corp
National Acme Co

57,900
26,200
33,100
440

31%
41%
50%
93 y2

82%
Sale
Sale
43
Sale

Sale
96%
84%
83%
97%

Sale

168.900

250,200

93%

47%
27%

333,300
146,300
644,000
465,000

102.100
91,000

84

Sale
82%

Sale

Newport News Shipbuilding
& Dry Dock Co
—1
New York Air Brake
5
New York Central RR
1
N Y Chicago St St Louis
15

7An

82

53%

47%
27y4

130,300

180
36,200

31%
ii y4
55 y4
63 y4

1
10

Murphy Co (G C)
—
Murray Corp of America

preferred
100
England Elec System 1
N J Pwr & Lt Co 4% pfd-100
Newmont Mining Corp
10

760

98,100

81
90
81
81
90

31

Monsanto Chemical Co
2
Montana-Dakota Util Co—5
Montana

Sale
Sale
Sale

54

3%

•

Missouri Portl'd Cement_6.25
Missouri Public Service Co_l
Mohasco Industries com
5
3%% preferred
100
4.20%
preferred
100
Monarch Machine Tool
•
Monon RR class A
25
Class

10%

,

J„

Sale
Sale
Sale

19%

Phillip Corp

Mission
Mission

Sale

•

Minerals St Chemicals

345,000
192,500

145,400
69,000
237,800

108%

RANGE SINCE

-PRICES IN MARCHLowest
March 30
Sale
Closing or
Prices
Ask
Bid

March 1
Opening or
Ask
Bid

9%
45 y4
43%

100
100

5%% 1st preferred
Midwest Oil Corp

Sale

80

Mergenthaler Linotype Co—1
When issued
25
Merrltt Chpmn St Scott 12.50
Mesta Machine Co
5
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc_*

480

Bid

or
Ask

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

Jan
Jan
103
98% Jan

82

Jan
Jan
23
12% Feb

Mar 21
Mar 22

3

44% Feb 15

7
9

71
Jan 30
75 y2 Mar 6

3

83

6
4
11

86

19% Jan 12
9
30% Jan
98

22
46

3
3
2

108

Mar 17
Feb
1
Mar

6

103% Mar 1
23 y* Mar 21

54% Mar 30
117

Feb 24

24

Mar 14

13% Jan 12

NEW YORK STOCK

April, 1961
New York

Aggregate Salee
in
March

Since
Jan. 1

■hares

Shares

61,400
863,300
73,900
2,260
291,000
2,070

28,300

339,500
29,100
840

90,600
760
1,390

220
100,200

4,750
660

255,800

Price Jan. 3,
1961

Stock Exchange

Opening er

STOCKS

P„

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

109

106%
42%

100

5.60% preferred
Northern Pacific Ry

5

Northern States Pow (Minn)

48,000
1,620
2,030

120,600
5,240

110
200
210

210
760

3,280
1,540

$3.60 preferred

100

$4.10 preferred

100
100
100
100
1

4.08% preferred
4.11% preferred
$4.16 preferred

Northrop Corp

139,600
52,700
8,800
15,200

390,900
241,800

40,100

140,200

Norwich Pbarmacal

47,500

134,000
4,280
2,600
3,640
1,040

Ohio Edison Co com

66,800

333,400

21,600

77,700

2,5O0
230

6,400
320

27,100

80,900

269,000
14,500

652,500

37,800
35,100

2,110
1,370
1,490
190

53,700
38,300
223,100

21,300
88,300
211,300
6,560
200
37,100
61,700
23,100
29,600
790

746,600
18,110

16.100
37,800
10,700

48,600
105,500

500
23.100

2.000
53,400
157,400

l.OOO
101,100
183,100

36,700
61.900
1,820

46.100

49,900

44,300

160,300

69,400
3,260
29,500

219,300
7,190
103,100
153,300

56,700
81,200

228,700

207,700

705,200

74,900
260

140,200

167,600
9,500
5,900
11,000
75,000
1,800
10,500

36,300
33,400
480

98,700
50,200
10,800
34,300
2,990

208,400
,

1,030
285,000

725,700
26,100
19,900
48,900
252,200
11,800
31,100
131,900
93,200
2,320
260,400
168,900

24,500
112,300
6,640

950

3,490

439,900
11,200
44,000

832,300
25,700
141,300

440

3,450

104.771
92,900
12,500

286,571

160

12,100
39,200
36,900

240,000
44,200
700
46,100
95,000
63,500

190

310

98,500
29,200
6,800
1,400
2,190

263,000
96,000
39,300

460
150

870

1,070

233,600

703,900

276,300
1,210
42,000
1,680

653,500
2,030

1,000
150,200

3,730
43-1.800

39,700

96,500

24,200

89,700

260

480
98,900
240,300

25,500
72,400

3,290
4,980

84
84
84

Sale
Sale
23%
Sale

22%
48%

62 %c

Sale

93%
90%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
92

Ohio Oil Co (The)
•
Oklahoma Oas St Elec Co—
Common
_5

37%

Sale

35%

Sale

20
100
7.50

16%

17

IB

—

100
100
100
100

preferred
preferred
preferred
preferred

4.40%
3.90%
4.56%
4.44%

4%
preferred
4 24% pfd series

Oklahoma Natural Oas

88%
33

Olin-Mathleson Chem Corp_5
Olin Oil St Gas Corp
1

10

Orange St Rockland Utll
Otis Elevator CO
Outboard Marine

38%
89
79

•

Sale

43%
15%
40
59

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

St

30c

Manufacturing Co

•

Outlet Co
Overland Corp

(The)
Owens-Corning Plberglas

Owens-Illinois Glass com_6.25
4% preferred
100
Oxford Paper Co common_15
$5 preferred
*
Pacific Amer Fisheries Inc_5
Pacific Cement St Aggreg—5
Pacific Coast common
1

5% preferred
25
Pacific Finance Corp
10
Pacific Gas St Electric
25
Pacific Lighting Corp
•
Pacific Teleph St Teleg—

Z<141/7

Common

Sale
Sale
16
Sale
Sale

23%
16%
15

1
1

6% preferred
100
Pacific Tin Consol Corp
1

Packard-Bell Electronics_50c
Pan American Sulphur
70e
Pan American World
Airways Inc
1
Panhandle Eastern Pipe

97%
93%

87%

Sale
26%
89%

14%
15%

15%
Sale

117
26

Pennsalt Chemicals Corp
Penn Glass Sand Corp
Penn Power St Light com
4 %%
4.40%

preferred
series

.

pfd

3

1
•
100
100

Pennsylvania RR Co
10
People's Drug Stores Inc
5
People's Gas Lt St Coke 25
Peoria St Eastern Ry
100
Pepsi-Cola Co
33%c
Perkin-Elmer Corp
1
♦

Pet Milk Co common
4 Vi%
preferred

Petroleum Corp of Amer
Pfaudler Permutit Inc
Pfeiffer Brewing Corp

(Chas)
2nd

10
5

pfd (conv)

Phelps Dodge Corp

100

12.50

Phlla Electric Co common
•
$1 conv pref common
•
4.40% preferred
100
3.80% preferred
100
4.30%
4.68%

preferred
preferred

100

100

Philadelphia & Reading
Corp (N Y)
50c
Philco Corp common
3
34-4% pfd series A
100

Philip Morris St Co com—5

3,760

4% preferred
100
3.90% series preferred-100

Phillips Petroleum Co
Phillips-Van Heuson Corp

5

1
Pillsbury Co Inc common.*
$4 preferred
•
Piper Aircraft Corp
1
Pitney-Bowes Inc
*

For footnotes, see page

39.

85%
49%
21%

32%

75%
85%
82%
84%
85%
55%
19%
26%

85
86

87%

24%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

49%

Sale

36%

Sale
95
82
Sale
Sale

26%

94

80%
95%
94
44
37
17%

88%
33%
45%
17%
47

71%
26 V*

18%
15%
90
98

29
56

38%
92
81

96%
~

43%

Sale
17%
Sale

33%

Sale

33%

Sale
Sale

46%
17%
51
78

16%
87%

Sale
Sale

24%
18 %
15%

Sale
Sale
16
Sale
Sale

101
101

Sale
23%
Sale
Sale
Sale

15%

90

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
95

Sale
Sale
Sale

16%
50%
3%

Sale
100

98
47

Sale
Sale
21%

51%
21

97%
81%
91%
101%

34
18%
62

79%
80%
77

53%
14%
45
93
49
41

.

99%
Sale
93

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

23%
17%
15 V*
89 V*

Sale
Sale
16
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
93

Mar 20
Mar 1
97% Mar 1
115 Va Mar 2
28 Va Mar 6
92
Mar 29
16% Mar
16 Va Mar
16 Va Mar

Sale
Sale

Sale

20

45

50%
62%

46%
Sale

45%
96

96%

95%

16%

Sale
Sale
Sale

16%

91%
83
81

Sale
95%

49
95
56%
49%

57%

16%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

87% Jan

4
6

14% Jan
14% Jan

13
3

17% Feb 28

5
Jan
Jan 17
3
Jan
3
Jan
Jan 23

17% Feb 16
23% Feb
2
59% Mar 20

23% Mar

15%
20%
51%
73%

1

59% Mar 20
85% Mar 21
57% Mar 6

47%
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
96
Sale
Sale
Sale

36% Sale
102 % 104
56%
60%
29%
102%
84%
96

Sale
Sale
30
Sale
Sale
Sale

102% 104

50%
22%
66%
88%
82%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

83
60
17

84
Sale

175

52

95

-

8
Mar 10

13% Mar
34Va Mar
70% Mar

1
1
2

44
Mar 15
48% Mar 13
56% Mar 1
45
Mar 3
95
Mar 29
15% Mar 16
69 Va Mar 1
3% Mar 13

32
101%
51 %
58%
28%
100%
83
95
104

Mar 9
Mar 28
Mar 13
Mar
1
Mar 3
Mar
1
Mar 23
Mar 3
Mar 14

42

Mar

20%
63%
85
81%

Mar 2
Mar 13

1

Mar 10
Mar 7
1
1
3

Sale

Mar
57% Mar
16 % Mar

48%

Sale

47% Mar 13

95 %

Sale

94% Mar 10

54%

Sale

53

Sale

50% Mar 23
44% Mar 15

81

Mar

3

85% Mar 21

57% Mar

6

42% Mar 30
Mar 30
6% Feb 13

3
5
3
27

175

20% Jan
15% Mar 14

24% Mar 22

3

21% Feb 27

Mar 30
Mar 8

46% Feb 23
5
86% Jan

54% Jan 16

53% Jan 18
36% Jan 16
6
23 V* Jan

82% Mar 14
44% Feb 20
27% Mar 2

Mar 24
2% Mar 20
25% Mar 24
25
Mar 13
57% Mar 21
32% Mar 14
19% Mar 20
47% Mar 2
42% Mar 3
38 V* Mar 7

34% Jan

46

15
1
28
22
10

17

18

82% Mar 14
43% Mar 2
27% Mar 2

9

30% Mar 13'
Mar
Mar
38% Mar
34% Mar
32% Mar
29% Mar
97% Mar

20

16
18%
4
15%
22
102%
9
103%
30
120%
Feb
3
31
2
94% Feb

26% Jan

66Va Mar 7
40% Mar 7
25% Mar 15
39% Mar 15
2
Mar 6
23% Mar 7
24% Mar 6
53% Mar 30
17
47

Mar 30

2

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

15
27
30

20

80

Sale
Sale
Sale

65

9

30

21% Jan 18
3
16% Jan
6
15% Jan
87% Jan 26
6
89% Feb
115% Mar 2

54
92

Sale

Sale

28 %

Feb
Jan
Jan
Mar
Mar
Mar

50 Va Mar 15
90
Mar 14

46%

Sale
Sale
Sale
84
Sale
Sale
Sale

Mar 30
Jan 13
Mar 30

Sale
Sale

45
51
57 V*

20%

47%
19%
51
79

53%
90%

Sale
Sale
Sale

44

40
Feb 14
15% Jan
4
39% Jan 17
56% Jan
4

17% Jan

15%
38%
75%

96%
103% 104%

3

32% Feb

1

Sale
Sale

Q4.

20
3
20
22

22

Mar
Mar
Mar
Jan

21% Mar

4%

44% Feb 16
40
17%
88%
34

19 Va Mar

13%
34%
71%

Sale

90% Jan 13
36% Jan
5

Sale

82

30
9
23
22
20

39% Mar 23
95% Feb 23
83 % Mar 20
97% Feb
7
94
Feb 21

3
3
3
3

Jan
Jan
93% Jan

21% Mar 10
15% Mar 14

Sale
Sale

84

2

18

34% Sale
101% 104%
54% Sale
Sale
58%
28% Sale
100% Sale

26
3
4

35"% Jan

Mar 22
7

Feb
Mar
Feb
Feb
Mar
59% Mar

17% Mar 16
18
Mar 3
17% Mar 1

7
8

21%

59

86 %
87%
56%
23%
27%
29%

5

30% Jan
141 % Jan
5% Jan

98
96

3%

27% Mar
18% Mar
15 % Mar
102% Mar
103% Mar
120% Mar
30% Mar
93
Mar

9

Mar 13

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

86% Feb 21
84% Mar 22

89
79

42% Mar 30
Mar 30
6% Mar 3
24% Mar 22
19
Mar 22

Sale
Sale

70

Mar

38 V* Mar 6
150
Mar 1
6 Va Mar 10

34
Sale

78
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

1

54'A
30%
18%
47%
39%
34%
35%
30%

41%
35%
33%
30%
98%
96%

Sale
Sale

11%
32%
62%
39%
46%
48%
37 %
93%

7

Sale

47

Sale
Sale
90%

27

95%

46% Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

11
13
14

30

70% Mar

25

18%

9

Sale

Sale

32

32% Mar 27
77% Mar 23

32% Mar 9
16% Jan
6
87% Feb 15

Sale

24%

Sale
Sale
Sale

29%
34%

32% Mar

42%
172%
6%

-

10
12

4

18 Va Mar 24
51
Mar 30
79
Mar 30

42%
2%
25%

2%
25
24%
54%

7

Mar

50% Mar 22

6

47 V* Mar

39%

27

110

Mar 22
17% Mar 15
88% Mar 27
34
Mar 28

Mar 17

88

Sale

Sale
41
Sale

Jan 13
Jan
5
Jan
3
Jan
3

21% Jan

6

57

41%

Feb 20

36% Feb 17
106% Mar 9
113% Mar 13

41% Jan

16% Mar

Sale

Sale
Sale

68

3

Mar 22
Mar 20

40

36% Mar 7
16% Mar 28

21% Mar 10
52 V* Mar 1
80
Mar 8
55% Mar 23

80 %

Jan JO

63% Mar 3
57% Marl6

27% Jan
72
Jan
83% Jan
83% Feb
83% Feb
83% Jan
41% Jan
15% Jan
23% Jan

Mar 23
Mar 3
Mar 20
Mar 8
94
Mar 1
44% Mar 3

8

26
26
17
11

Mar 23
Mar 3
Mar 10
Mar 22
Mar 3
Mar 30
Mar 1
Mar 1

Mar 27

42 V2 Mar 14

56%

42%

41
41

41% Mar

103%
108%
106%
41%

39%
94%
83 Va
96%

Mar 1
Mar 24

80% Mar 17
95
Mar 2
91% Mar 10

Sale
Sale

52 V*
81%

40%

7
8
Mar 17
Mar 13
Mar 2

36

Sale
17%
89
Sale

16%
21%
57%

69%
43%
26%

Mar
Mar

90

Sale

Sale
50%
90 %~ Sale

Mar 3
Mar 20

85%
47%
19
25 %
24%
49 Va

Sale
Sale
23
Sale
Sale

21%

32%
77 Va
86
84%
86%
87%
56 V*
21%
27 Va
29%
59%

14
27
28
21

Jan
Jan
45% Jan
Jan
64
Jan
30
18
45

20

c

16%

Sale

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

86

92%
Sale

17%

17%

19%

30%
74
84%
83 %

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

6%

23%
57%
28%

Mar 30
Mar 23
44% Mar 7

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

22%
16%

Mar 30
Mar 3
Mar 16
Mar 8
Mar
1
Mar 9
Mar 13
Mar 7
110
50% Mar 22

109
107

Prices

Priees

19 %
53%
57%
67%
35%
106%
113%

1

Mar

3
33 % Mar 22
Mar 20
104

87
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

17

30
92

Sale
Priees

66% Mar

Sale
84%
85%

17%

Sale
Sale

36
2%

18

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale

Highest

441/4 Mar 28
49% Mar 2

Sale
Sale

120%

22%
16%

39

Sale
Sale
Sale

117%
29% Sale
Sale
92%

115

Sale
Sale
Sale

23%

.91%

Sale

150%

31%

33%

85

Sale
Sale
Sale

St Co—

Common

4%

100
l

82%

48%

86%

31%
141%
5%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

1

75
85

109
108

Sale
Sale

53%

54%

Co

31%

17%

1
Pictures.
Parke Davis St Co
•
Parker Rust-Proof Co
2.50
Parmelee Transportation
•
Patino Mines St Ent Cons
1
Peabody Coal Co common 5

(J C)

Sale
106
Sale
110
Sale
45%

105
112
109

23 %

Sale

Penney

67%

Sale

88

5% conv prior pfd
25
Penlck St Ford Ltd
3.50
Penn-Dixie Cement Corp
1
Penn Fruit Co Inc com
5
4.68% conv preferred
50

66%
35%

21%
Sale
Sale
Sale

86%

Paramount

52%
51

Sale
19%
Sale
45 Vs
56% Sale
Sale
67%
Sale
33 %
104% 106

Sale
Sale
Sale

15%

50

•

18

20
51%
75 %

100

Line Co common
4%
preferred

139,700




Sale
84

83 %
80
83%
83 Va
45%
15%
23

Northwest Airlines com
10
5%% convertible pfd
25
Northwestern Steel St Wira_8

Pfizer

354,400 1,012,900

Sale

28%
73

5

Common

-PRICES IN MARCHLowest
March 30
Sale
Clestng er
Priees
Bid

March 1
Opening er

Bid
19%
47%
47%
64%
30 %
104%

Norria-Thermador Corp—50e
North Amer Aviation
1
North American Car Corp_5
Northern Central Ry
50
Northern Natu'l Oas com. 10
5Va% preferred
100
5.80% preferred
100

25

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

2

19%
23%
52%
28%
15%
41%
39%
28%

31
Mar
99 % Mar
96% Mar

16%
38%
75%
47%
51
65

61%
97

16%
87%
4%

9
6
1

Mar 28
Mar 13
Mar 23
Mar 22
Mar 1
Mar .6
Mar 29
Mar J5
Mar 1
Mar 22
Mar 22

37% Mar 20
101% Mar 28
57

Mar 20

61% Mar 15
Mar 14
103% Mar 29
Mar 1
85
Mar 21
97
104% Mar 8

30

50%
24%
66%
91%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
84
83% Mar
60 % Mar
18% Mar

31
24
30

1
20
16
6
14

6
Mar 29
96
56% Mar 3
53
Mar 30

50% Mar

Jan
Jan

Feb
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan

92

46

4
6

3

25

9
2
4

58%
33
19%
47%

4

3

11% Jan

>

3
5
3

32%
62%
39%
46 V*
43%
37%
94%
15%
47
3

Mar 24

Feb 23
Jan
3

16%
38%
75%
50%
51 Va

Mar 28
Mar 13
Feb
6
Jan 24

65

3
Jan
4
Jan
3
Jan
4
Jan
Jan 12
3
Jan

Mar

Feb 17
6

61% Mar 29
97
17

1
Feb
Jan 18
Jan 11

Jan

8

Feb 27
Mar 20
Feb 24
43
Jan 11
38% Mar 7
37% Feb
3
31% Feb 23
99% Mar 6
96% Mar 1

3
4

95 V* Jan
90% Jan

Mar

9

2% Jan 23
25% Mar 24

32% Mar 10
9
26% Jan

36% Mar 29
-

Mar

18% Feb

Mar 15
Jan
9

87% Mar 22
4% Mar 22

3

30% Jan

37% Mar 20

99
Jan
46% Jan

102 li Feb 20
57
Mar 20

3
5
3
3
51% Jan
5
21% Jan
96% Jan 13
3
80% Jan
9
92% Jan
100% Jan 23

3
33% Jan
3
17% Jan
3
62
Jan
78% Jan 3
79% Jan 30
77% Jan 12
3
52% Jan
3
4

14% Jan
Jan
Feb

3

Jan
Jan

5
10

44 y#
94
42%
39%

61% Mar 15
Mar 14

30
'

103% Mar 29
Mar 1
Mar 21
104% Mar 8
85
97

50% Mar 30
24% Mar 24
66% Mar 30
94
Feb 27

84% Feb 23
83%
60 Va
18%
52
96
58%
53

Mar 16
Mar 6
Mar 14

Feb 21
Mar 29
Feb 27
Mar 30

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26
Aggregate Sales

New York

J
March

Since
Jan. 1

Stock Exchange

Shares

Shares

STOCKS

50,600

88,000

230
500

550

1961

Opening
Bid

Pmr

Pitta Coke & Chemical
$5 conv preferred
4.80% preferred (conv)

366,225

•
•
Pittsburgh Forglngs Co
1
Pitts Ft Wayne & Chi Ry—
7% guaranteed pfd
100
Pitts Metallurgical Co__1.25
Pittsburgh Plate Olas
10

710

120,300
3,060

5,600
14,200

35,300

1,200
71,900

44,500
510

42,600

95,500
34,000

1,500
89,400

..

15,800

530

33,600
3,950

800

—

80,300
8,820

398.400

Polaroid Co

6,560
58,200
51,600
16.800

11,190
155,200
145,800
tl6,800
50,900

7,200
670

2,480
570
930

410,000
19,800
2,100

3,780
1,530

3,710
1,040

690
58,900

139,900

480

870

1,100

2,600

700

141,600

1,500
4,160
302,100

350

590

2,180

155,400
59,100
249,300 1,050,500
51,700
141,700
92,100
259,100

Poor & Co
Porter Co 5y2%

.___

20%

87

Sale

102.

•

.

"

Sale
Sale
22

21%
Sale
Sale

87%
Sale

5

34

Sale

59
131

Sale
134

85%
86 y4

90

_

132
Sale
Sale
37% Sale
Sale
Sale
34
Sale
36%

279,400

929,260

8,400
46,700
10,100
111,300

24,300

Radio Corp of Amer com
•
$3.50 1st preferred
•
Ranco Inc new
2.50

52
71%

Sale
Sale

Raybestos-Manhattan_.
•
Raymond Int'l Coro—3.33%
Rayonier Inc
1

57

16%

57%.
Sale

17%

Sale

75%
19%
21

35%
8%

Sale

37%

Sale

10

22

Sale

12%

13

23%
13%

12%
16%
20

Sale

18

Sale

24%
21%

16

16%

47%
24%

48

59,800
59,200
172,400
3,500

165,700
158.100
350,800

10,400
104,200
910

166,800
131,400
21,200
133,700
29,400

147,400
212.700
210,000

8,100
32,100
181,400
1,620
566,700
413,500
44,300
402,000

52,300
498,700

1st pfd—50
2nd pfd
50

Reed Roller Bit Co

•
50c
1

Reeves Bros Inc

Reichhold Chemicals
Reliable Stores Corp

10
Reliance Electric St Eng Co_5
Reliance Mfg Co common—5
Conv pfd 3%% series—100
Republic Aviation Corp
1
Republic Corp common
50c
$1 conv preferred
10
Republic Steel Corp
10
Revere Copper St Brass
5
Revlon Inc
1
Rexall Drug <fe Chem Co_2.50
Reynolds Metals Co com
•
4%% pfd series A
50
AV2% conv 2d pfd
100
Reynolds (R J) Tob com—9

2,500

588,400
503,300
13,000
24,500
312,700
6,100

100,500

283.200

Preferred 3.60% series_100
Rheem Mfg Co
1
Rhodesian Selection Trust

738,000

910,800
192,300
89,500

Ordinary
5s
Richardson-Merrell Inc—1.25
Richfield Oil Corp
•'

4,000

7,800
111,100

51,300
23,800

17,700
68,300

53,200
115,900

50,200
•,34,300
34,700
29,500

102,300

171.900

49,100
8,470

77,000
171,900

115,800
25,300

830

2,150

286.400

535,300

161,700
9,800

385,700
38,900

18.700

39.100

390,400 1,251,600
169,100
381,900
36,800
71,900

36,500
4,700
133.500

15

54%
39 Ya
79%
43%
46%
47%
123

Sale
56%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

1
—1

204.500

184,700
1,350

392,000
3,380

Safeway Stores com
4% preferred

58,900
2,600

111.600

4.30% conv preferred
St Joseph Lead Co
St Joseph Lt & Pow Co

49,800
1,500
164,360

117,000
9,800
441,160

330

530

62,500

207,700
1,922,300
70,200
573,900
46,200

36%

5
•
2.50

Ruppert (Jacob)
Ryan Aeronautical Co
Ryder System Inc

16%

14y4

1.66%

_

_

100
100
10

•

Sale
Sale
Sale

1,016,500
32,500
201,300

16,700
For




footnotes,

_

ser

—

A 5%

*
100

page

29.

35%

Sale

69%

Sale

140 Va 141 %
28 y4
Sale
57

73%
20%
79

19%

20%
40
11%
22%
14 Ya

49

122%

109%

29%
39%
3%

30%
575

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

37
86

Sale
Sale

39%
88%

47%
28%
84 y4
85 Ya
89

Mar 8
Mar 20
Mar 13
Mar 6

Mar 23
102 Ya Mar 16
106% Mar 24

Mar

21% Mar
128

Mar

9% Ms*r
85

35%
%
34 ya
35 ya

Mar
Mar 27
Mar
1
Mar 2
Mar 13

59% Mar 10
Mar 30
23% Mar 1
Mar
8
84
20 Ya Mar 20

33%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

22%
17 Ya
20%
22
42

15%
14%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

23%
18 %

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

47%
89%

Sale
Sale

89

45
12

250
350
35%
Sale
36% 37

33%

34%

36%

Sale

16%

Sale
Sale
Sale
93
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

18
76

Sale

17%

Sale
96

75%
35%
95

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

36%
ii ya
15%
28%
9%

Sale

Sale
77
Sale
98
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

3

83% Jan

3
3
3

118% Jan
8
85

33%
Si
33%
33%

Jan
Mar 6
Jan
3
Feb 15
Jan
4
Jan
3

57% Feb 17
131
Jan 13
26% Jan
4
49%
70%
t20y4
57%
15%
17 y4

Jan 16
Jan 29
Feb 13
4
Jan
Jan

11

Jan

4

3

9% Mar 2
22% Mar 30
13 Ya Mar 20

11% Mar 22
24% Mar 8
14% Mar 6

8% Jan

17 y4
22%
19%
17
53 y4
22 Va
61

20% Mar
25% Mar
23% Mar
18 Ya Mar
Mar
60
Mar
32
66% Mar
38% Mar
Mar
16
18 Ye Mar
65% Mar
45% Mar

22
Jan
12% Feb
12% Jan

3
3
9
3

16
19

Jan
Jan

3
4

30
29

16% Jan
47% Jan

6
4

7
7
22
29
6
3

22%. Mar 15
56% Jan
5
27 Vb Jan 11
3
10% Jan

34Ya

Mar 2
Mar 27
Mar 2
Mar 15
Mar 14

14%
17%
60%
37 Ya Mar
100 Vb Mar
48
46

137% Mar 20

Mar 10
Mar 2

58% Mar 30
51% Mar 8

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

7
2
1
8
8

Mar

1

35 Ya Mar

1

3

46% Mar 23
26

Mar 28

1
Mar 9
119% Mar 30
84% Mar 23
Mar 28
18
49

-

14% Jan
53% Jan

37% Mar
76% Jan
43% Jan

iy4 Jan
78% Jan
86 Ya Jan
25% Jan
33% Jan

3vy2 Mar 23
39% Mar 13

2% Jan
32% Feb
44
Feb
43% Jan
23% Jan
% Mar
27% Jan
Mar
501

49 ya Mar 6
27% Mar 24
IS Mar 27

Mar 30

89

33% Mar

25%
18 Va
22%
22%
42%

17%
15%
45

12%
24%

9

Mar 31
Mar 9
Mar 17
Mar 14
Mar 24
Mar 29
Mar 17
Mar 22
Mar 27
Mar 17
Mar 20
Mar 23
Mar 16

6

3
9

3
3

44% Jan 17
3
47
Jan
117
Feb 13
3
91% Jan
3
83 y4 Jan
3
13% Jan

1% Mar 23
Mar 17
Mar 20
Mar 2
50% Mar 13

105
100
30

578

2iy2 Mar 3
14% Mar 6
19% Mar 13
18% Mar 14
37% Mar 1
14 ya Mar 7
13
Mar 9
41% Mar 8
10% Mar 15
19 y4 Mar- 6

Mar

130

% Mar 28
30% Mar 1
501
Mar 15
88

21

1

48% Mar
120
108
83
16

9

28
13

72% Mar 20
Mar 13
Mar 20

123
90

28% Mar.13
210% Feb
2
22% Mar 30
91% Feb 21
42
Mar 13
Mar 22
162
Mar 22
82
73% Mar 30
52%
29%
85%
87

Mar 30
Mar 30
Mar
1

Feb 21

29

35% Jan

Mar 13
Mar 15

24

3
9
9
3
3

Jan
21% Jan
21 ya Jan

21% Mar 17

10
8
15

21
12

90% Feb 24
105 Ya Jan 30
Feb "21
108

42yz Mar 24

Mar 30
Mar 2
Mar 9
Mar 1

Feb

120

28

Jan 10
Jan
3
106% Feb 16
4
47% Jan

19 ya Mar 10

Sale
Sale
46
Sale
Sale

539
88%

74

Jan
Jan
Jan

35% Mar 15

3%

Sale

Mar 24
Mar 8

Mar 28

Mar 2
Mar 13

Jan

71

71% Mar 3
20% Mar 29
18

9

*73
Mar 15
64% Jan 11

Mar 29
78
22% Mar 29
21% Mar 15
144 y4 Mar 22
11% Mar 29
Mar
1
86
37% Mar 1
St Mar 1
36 ya Mar 29
37% Mar 20

28% Mar 30

75

5
5

86
102

2

56

Jan
Jan
Jan

3
Feb 13
3
17% Jan
89 ya Jan 13
3
33% Jan
6
133
Jan

Mar 6
Mar 13
107% Mar 10
Mar 23
59

27% Mar

38%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
12

79% Feb
15% Feb
Jan
61
65 y2 Jan
15% Mar

175

43
28
82

70

Sale

Sale
Sale

26

3

116% Jan 17
55%
96%
69
20 y4

Mar 30

3

8
50
Mar 30
3
9% Jan

Mar 30
Mar 30
Mar 1
Mar 1

52%
29%
85%
86 »/4
90 Ya
104 %

142

27% Mar 13
37% Mar 1

42

Mar 30

1

Sale
Sale

47%
26%
196

28% Mar 13
Mar 8
Mar 30
Mar 9
Mar 13
Mar 22
Mar 22

195 y2
22%
91 Ya
42
162
82
73 y4

2

28%
48%

Sale

Mar 13

60 ya Mar
137
Mar

iy4 Mar 1
96 Ya Mar 3
93
Mar 13

275
225
Sale
30 y4

39%
93%
34%
9%
14%
27%
9%

Sale
Sale
Sale

265
Sale

22%
8%

Sale
Sale
Sale

84%
16%

26%

71

Mar 15

69% Mar 13

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

21

73

Sale

89

19

48%

127%
118%

Mar 15

90% Mar 8
37 Va Mar 3
144 Ya Mar 13

1%

21%

14%

51

20

101%
98%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

88

20
22%

220

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

52%
46%

11%
20%
18 Ya

15

see

Sale

58%

100%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sangamo Electric Co
5
Schenley Industries Inc_1.40

preference_35c

36

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

34%
92
30%
7%

Convertible

86
36 %

Sale
Sale
Sale

11%

72% Mar 20
123
Mar 13
90
Mar 20

22

Sale

37%
15%
13%
44%

Regis Paper Co com
5
1st pfd 4.40% ser A___100
San Diego Gas St Elec Co_10
San Diego Imperial Corp
1
St

138

67% Mar 1
115% Mar 1
78 Ya Mar 3
22% Mar 7
176 V* Mar 29

22%
22
144

Mar 3
15% Mar 28

56

118

51% Mar
71% Mar

44%
129%

St Louis-San Fran Ry—
Common
Preferred

21%

9

116% Mar 29

76%

62%

Sale

19 Ya
33 Ya
14
12%

75
22

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

17%
63%
40 y4

_

Sale
Sale

106%
55%

37
15%
18 Va

26%

13

88% 89
103% 104%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

15

48%

88
18%

Sale
Sale
85%
Sale

36%

Sale
Sale

Sale
89 Ya
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

61%

40Ya

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

61

46
24 Ya

27'%

Sale
Sale
Sale

24%

37Ya

616

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
44
Sale

1

Rubbermaid Inc__
Ruberoid Co

178
22

117

18%
59%
27%
61%

36
38

1
20g
1

Roper (Geo D) Corp

87%
25%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

17
57

Sale
Sale

__

Royal Crown Cola Co
Royal Dutch Petrol Co
Royal McBee Corp

Sale
Sale
Sale

36%

3

Corp—5

15%

Sale
Sale

1%
98%
96%

Sale

Sale
Sale

Prices

49% Feb

23%
21%

Sale

1%

Sale

Rockwell-Standard

3

17%

17

Sale

Rohm St Haas Co com
20
4% preferred series A_100
Rohr Aircraft Corp
1
Ronson Corp
1

54 Va Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale

83%

34 y4

:

51 Ya Mar 20
50
Mar 30
13% Mar 1

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Rltter Co
2.50
Roan Antelope Cop Mines—

Rights

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

shares

59

72%
23%

14

27%

American

Sale

83 Ya

80

Sale
140

27%

92Ya

88y4

Robertshaw-Fulton Contls
1
5%% conv preferred
25
Rochester Gas St El Corp
*
Rochester Telephone Corp_10

60 y4

136

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

10

Riegel Paper Corp

107,900
21,400
207,500
664,600

«/4oo

28%
19%

._.

126,500

117,400
200

54

Sale

Sale

125
10
86

Sale

——

.

103 Ya 104 Va
107
108
Sale
51%
72
72%
21% 22 y2
21% 22

26%

non-cum
non-cum

Sale

52%
29%
84%
85 y4

Sale

29

Quaker State Oil Ref Corp_10

4%

52
50%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

37%
150%

15,100

4%

1

49%

91

6,400

8,200
50,800

14% Mar

70
121

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

188 Ya

Quaker Oats (The) com
5
6% preferred
100

4,100
24,400

13% Mar 24

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
88

Sale

50

Sale

Sale

Sale

33%

5

13%

116

Sale
Sale

1,320

152,100
498,900
504,600 1,007,100 -Raytheon Co
19,900
59,600 Reading Co common

3

74 Ya Mar

Sale
Sale

79
24

71,300

74,700
434,700

129% Mar 21

Sale

44
28
82
83 Ya

.

124% Jan 16
18y4 Jan
69% Jan
11
Jan

72

21%
20%
118 %
8ya
85%
33 %

129% Mar 21
26
Mar 30
79% Mar 1

22 Ya Mar 24

Sale

71

1

Sale

69%

48%

126% Mar

Sale
Prices

25%
76%

118%

115

31,300
330

174,600

Sale
Sale

87%

91%
40 ya
158%
79%
72%

Rights

L.

14%

'

10
•

Sale
54%

68 y4

33%

4.32% preferred
25
4.16%
preferred
25
4.80% preferred
100
Publlcker Industries com
5
$4.75 preferred
*

Pullman Inc
Pure Oil Co

Sale

115%

137

4.30% preferred
100
5.05% preferred
100
5.28%
preferred—.
100
Pub Serv of Indiana com
•
3 %%
preferred
100

Puget Sound Pwr St Lt

Sale

53
54%
13%

Sale

90

f pref_100
Potomac Electric Power
10
Procter St Gamble Co
_2
When issued
*
Pub Serv Co of Colorado
10
Public Serv Elec St Gas—
Common
•
$1.40 div pref common
•
4.08% preferred
100
4.18% preferred^
100

86
Mar 16
18 Ya Mar 16

128%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

s

80% Jan 18
3
14 y4 Jan

128

70%
20%
189%
17%

5

18% Mar 16

Sale

56%

1
10

2

126%
23%
79%

16 ya

97

2.50

87 Ya Mar 17

15% Mar

125
Sale
Sale

115% 118

75

1

17

10%

1

S3.SO conv preferred

Mar

Sale
Sale

62
Sale

Pittston Co common

1

83

25%
88

59 Ya

Pitts Young St Ash Ry—
1% non-cum preferred-100

7

25% Mar 17
88 y4 Mar 21

Sale
Sale
Sale

5%% 1st ser pr pref
Pitts St West Virginia

100
100

21% Mar
86% Mar

3
18% Jan
82% Jan 30

Sale

Pittsburgh Steel Co com_10
5% preferred class A
100

Plough Inc
Plymouth Oil Co

131,500

70

Sale
Sale

25% Mar 17
88 y4 Mar 21

Closing or
Bid

86%

Sale
59%

61,200
239,600

24,200

18%

Highest

23%
83

Lowest
Sale
Prices

Loweat
Stale
Prices

March 30

Sale

11
57%

20,300
103,300
141,900
17,300

43,500

123

March 1
Opening or
Bid
Ask

Sale
Sale
Sale

18%
83%
81%
14%

10

or

Ask

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Highest
Sale

-PRICES IN MARCH-

Price Jan. 3,

in

3
3
4

3
3
3

10
6
19

Mar
Mar
22% Jan
Feb
22
11% Mar
144% Mar
59
78

86% Feb
38% Feb

ij

Feb

23
17
7

29
22
21
16
21
23

36% Feb
38 ya Feb 23
70
142

Mar 24
Mar 8

28% Mar 30
59% Mar 10
Feb 28
Feb 28

74
23%
88 y2
20%

6
Feb
Feb 28
21% Feb 28

42 Ya Mar 24
11% Mar 22
25 ya Feb
1
15% Jan 18
20% Mar 10
25% Mar 8
23 % Mar 15
18% Mar 30
60
Mar 29
32
Mar 7
66% Mar 7
38% Mar 22
16
Mar 29
18 Ya Feb 20
65% Mar 3

45% Mar 21
137% Mar 20
58% Mar 30
51% Mar 8
49% Jan 30
130

Mar

9

119 y4 Mar 30
84 y2 Jan 25
18 y4 Feb 21
1% Mar 23
Mar 17
Mar 20
31% Jan 17
50% Mar 13

105
100

3'/2 Feb

9

41% Jan 24

26
3
3
15
30
13

Feb
6
44
Feb 21
50
27% Feb 24
IS Mar 27
33% Mar 9
670
Jan 16
89% Jan 11
25% Mar 17
18% Mar 14
24% Jan 16
22% Mar 29
42% Mar 17
17% Mar 22
15% Mar 27
45
Mar 17
14% Jan 19
24% Mar 23
22% Mar 16

Jan

3
3

47% Mar 30
90% Mar 15

3

28
4
15
Jan 23
88
9
17% Jan
12% Jan 13

16% Jan
Feb
32% Jan
13% Jan
18

12% Feb

36% Jan
10% Mar

18% Jan
17% Jan

3
8
3

18

Mar

3

22 Ya

39

Mar

1

88% Mar 10

47% Mar 30
90y2 Mar 15

29y4 Mar
35% Mar

35 % Mar 30
37 ya Mar 3

26% Jan
33% Jan

3
9

35% Mar 30
37 y4 Feb
8

Mar 22

15% Jan
70y4 Jan

3
5
3
4
3
3
3
3
3

19

36% Jan
86
____

8

7

17 Vb Mar 13
75% Mar 24

35% Mar 30
94

Mar 16
34% Mar 1

9%
14%
25%
9%

Mar

1

Mar 1
Mar 9
Mar 15

19

76% Mar
39% Mar
96
Mar
37% Mar
12% Mar
16 Va Mar
29% Mar
9% Mar

27
1
10
21
9
6

30
1

33
Jan
92
Jan
30 y4 Jan

7%
14%
21%
8%

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan

Jan

18

78% Feb 23
40% Feb 27
96

Mar 10

39%
12%
16%
29y4
9%

Feb 16
Mar 9
Mar 6
Mar 30
Feb 15

NEW YORK STOCK

April, 1961

New York
Stock Exchange

Aggregate Sales
Since

in

Prlce Jan. 3,

Jan. 1

8hares

Shares

131,000

251,400

Schering Corp common

1

15,900
212,500

23,800
394,800

30

47,600

170,900

310
360

830

5% conv preferred
Schick Inc
Scott Paper Co common
$3.40 preferred

50

1,160
118,600
160

69,300

127,400

173,500
76,400
22,000

296,900

STOCKS

34,700

15,800

139,200
8,300
451,300
530

20,700
99,100

196,100
108,900
40,600

405,300
20,500
982,800
1,600
33,500
168,500

$4

Par

1

•
•

preferred-

Scovill Mfg Co common

25

3.65% preferred
Screw St Bolt Corp of

100

Air Line RH
Finance

10

Seagrave Corp (The)
Sealrlght-Oswego Fall*
Sears Roebuck St Co

—6

1

8
3

.....1

Selberllng Rubber Co

1

Servel Inc common
$5.25
preferred-.

Shahmoon Industries Inc 2.50
Shamrock Oil St Gas—...-.1
Ex-25% stock dividend—1
Sharon Steel Corp
*
Shattuck (Frank G) Co—1•
Shell Oil Co
1

1027200

71,600
86,800

219,700

100,500

53,900
91,100

208,200
92,000
195,700

Sheller Mfg Corp
Sheraton Corp of

227,500
16,700

564,100
34,600

Slegler Corp
Signode Steel Strapping

39,700

86,400

3,000
25,000

8,400
54,400
497,100
157,600
168,300

Shell

157,600

57,400
67,200
52,400
637,500
72,000

80,000
211,500
13,900
62,000

13,600
100

6,700
23,800
2,200
26,900
44,400
167,700

5,300

58,000
355,200
108,600

110,900
915,100

159,200
250,000
705,300
33,000
135,450
-42,900
1,300
20,000
68,200
7,900
121,200
129,600
319,300

29,900
206,800
705,490
239,100

17,400

45,700

150

380
130,200

40,200
59,100

154,300
248,000

167,500
271,100

408,400

37,100
96,600
270
480
58,000
108,500
1,240,000 3,799,100
880
14,170
191,800
477,800
720
3,330

111,000

260,200

57,300
1,770
61,400

8,900
730,500 1,376,600
245,100
627,700
165,800
564,450
804,900 2,439,500
27,300
74,300
500
1,600
303,200
729,800
600

15,800

27,200
58,600
51,200
43,900
5,300

1,800
82,600

102,600
66,000
176,300
99,700

11,600

72,500

153,100

150

230

6,100

10,900
210,800
190,500

83,100
75,100
24,800
42,400
75,400

4,300
14,700
23,900

1,113,000
1,860
70,900
19,100
218,900
41,900

124,600
60,100
181,500
14,600
45,700
56,800
2,543,200
4,020
176,800
*19,100
482,500

91,300

77,300
96,600
120

134,600
172,100
180

17,400
129,900

62,900
395,400
17,500

4,800

16,900
10,600
54,900
1,920
1,700
92,400

134,200
For

ordinary———

1

Amer—80c

1
Co_l

—•
Steel Co—•
Simplicity Pattern Co—1
Sinclair Oil Corp
8
Simmons Co
Simonds Saw St

Singer Manufacturing

Skelly OU Co

Co—20
28
10

Smith (A O) Corp
Smith-Corona Marchant—5

5

Smith-Douglass Co Inc
Smith Kline St French

Laboratories
*
Socony Mobil Inc
—IB
Soo Line RR Co
•
South Amer Gold St Plat
1
So Caro El St Gas com__4JM>
5% preferred
80
South Jersey Gas Co
2.50
South Puerto Rico Sugar—8

25

preferred

Southern Ry Co common—•
5%
non-cum pfd
20
Mobile St Ohio Ctfs
100
Southwestern Pub Serv
1

Spalding (A G) <te Bros

Spartans Industries
Sparton Corp
Spencer
4.20%

Spencer

InC-1
1

2.50
6
preferred
100
Kellogg St Sons
1
Chemical com

$4.50

_

$3.50 preferred.
Standard Financial Corp
1
Standard Gas St Electrlc.lOc
Standard Kollsman Ind Inc.l
Standard Oil Co—
California
Indiana
New Jersey
Ohio common

Sale

74

Sale

76%

87

91
20 Ye

70

85%
16 Ya
70

Sale
72

6%

Sale

32%
22%
15

31%
56%

11%
12%

Sale
Sale
15%

36

26%
24%

21%

Sale
Sale
Sale

28%
30

44%

20

Sale
Sale

53%

70%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

79%

39

9%
7%
46%
49%
27%
15%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

58%
44%
10%
7%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

58%
43%

11

10

23%

Sale
Sale

52%
18%

Sale
Sale

69
29%

72
Sale

66

28%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
91
Sale

40%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

10

Sale

36%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

18
67
27%
20%

27%
7%
28
88

Sale
Sale
71
Sale
21

Sale
Sale
Sale

8%
341/4

37

Sale

89

14%

Sale

21%

43%

Sale
Sale
Sale

16%
25%

31%
32%
'

90

Sale

18%
27%

94%

91

Sale

92%
51%
86

Sale

30%

Sale

53%
73%

Sale
Sale

55%
75%

Sale
Sale

11%

Sale

16 Ya

Sale

89

4%

5

5%

67
Sale

20

29%

Sale

26%
11%
17%

Sale
Sale

5%
41%

85%
27%

77

31%
30%

85
Sale
Sale

80%
32%
31%

Sale
Sale
Sale

25%
31%

Sale
Sale

23%
34%

Sale
Sale

13

Sale
Sale

13%

Sale

20%
58

Sale

78%

Sale

Sale

15

Sale
Sale

79%
28%

15%
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

28 %

Sale
Sale

18%
63%
30%
7%

Sterling Drug Inc
—
5
Stevens (J P) * Co Inc
15
Stewart-Warner Corp
2.50

25%

5

21 %

Sale

24%

Stokely-Van Camp com
5 % prior preference

1
20

16%

Sale
18

20%
18%

Stone St Webster Inc
Storer Broadcasting Co

1

17%
53%

1

29

Studebaker-Packard

1

7%

Sale

100

230
45%

Sale

19

63

29%
8%
280

58%

Sale
79%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

1

1

19%
52%

1

13 %

1

21%

Corporation

A_*
•
.-1
.28

284,200

Symington-Wayne Corp

81

47%
23%
22%
34

101%
7%
1215
45

25

46%

1

12%

Sale

24%

Sale
Sale
Sale
82%
Sale
Sale
Sale

49

Sale
Sale

20%
14%

Sale
Sale

34%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
89

Sale
Sale

13%
80%
28%
27%

Sale

Sale
Sale

55% Mar 14
75% Mar 7
15% Mar 20
5% Mar 1
30% Mar 1

86%
24%

13%
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

13%
25

30% Mar

Sale

85

87%

54%

Sale

25'%

Sale
Sale
Sale

24
34

111%
8%
1250
49%
48%
15 %

Sale
Sale
Sale
51
Sale
Sale

,

26%
23

257

35%
32%
47%
22 Ya

17%
86
54
26

23%
35%
111%
7%
1235
49

44%
17 %

Sale

Sale

Mar 10
8

47% Mar
43% Mar

1
53% Mar 15
86% Mar 1
Mar 8
24
Mar 8
30% Mar 9
30 % Mar 9
23% Mar 30
28% Mar 8
Mar" 1
13
Mar
9
18
76

Mar
78% Mar

56

3
9

Sale
Sale
Sale

18%
Sale

60

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
88

Sale
Sale
Sale
36
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

1

3

25
Mar 30
53% Mar 22
19
Mar 16
69
Mar 2
31% Mar 29

Mar 17

57% Mar 22
77
Mar 21
17
Mar 23
5% Mar 23
43 % Mar 28
51%
50%
46 %
55%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

87%
28
82
32%
32

27%
35
14 %
22

59 %

78%

27
22
22
30
9

Mar 30
Mar 23
Mar 27
Mar 28
Mar 2
Mar 30
Mar 29
Mar 15
Mar 1
Mar 9
Mar 21

Mar 10
Mar 23
Mar 30
ar
8
Mar 22
t
1

30
30
1
24
1
29

!

20% Mar 10
14% Mar 2
85% Mar 3
52% Mar 21
25% Mar 2
Mar 29
23
Mar 1
34
107% Mar 16
7% Mar 30
Mar 14
1225
46% Mar 15
44% Mar 30
14% Mar 6

1

24%
44%

Feb
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan

3
4
14

Mar 10

44

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

257
58
31

11%
12
97%
8%
43%

Jan
Jan
Feb

50% Mar 29
35% Mar 1
18% Mar 1
29% Mar 1
19
Mar 6
79% Mar 24
53% Mar 27

18% Mar
29%
7%

54

5
3
1
5
9
4
4
3

6

45 % Mar 1
11% Mar 21
7% Mar 1
52 % Mar 24

13% Mar 10
74% Mar 23
26% Mar 10
Mar 13
26
24% Mar
20 % Mar

Sale

Jan
15
31% Jan

38% Jan

37

Sale

48%
43%
55%

30% Mar 15
22% Jan 2j

6

1

90% Mar 20

47

3

21
Jan
3
22 % Jan 27

2
7

Mar 1
Mar 1
Mar 20
Mar 1
25% Mar 7
8%
33%
89%
16%

Sale

50%
49%
45%
55%

Jan

1
3

33% Mar 9
41% Mar 30
11% Mar 9
38
Mar 15
91
Mar 2
19"% Mar 14
29 V* Mar 14
94% Mar 3
61% Mar 30
88
Mar 30

56%
76%
17

Sale

23
66
28%

84%

28 % Mar 13
28
Mar 1
32
Mar 8

36%

*

Sale

41
54

1

49% Mar
85% Mar

61%
.88

Sale
87

50

1

43% Mar

Sale
Sale

5

Feb 21

18

46% Jan"

41% Mar 13
21% Mar 15
47% Mar 15
18% Mar 6
65% Mar 20

Sale
Sale

50%

70

Jan
3
Jan
3
4
42% Jan
3
70% Jan
Feb 13
37
3
38% Jan
63% Jan 11
3
44% Jan
3
31% Jan
4
12% Jan
3
23% Jan

49

43%

22%
50%
18%

29% Mar 14
52% Mar 22
79 ¥2 Mar 2

32
15 %
27%
17%
73%
49%
42%

Mar 9
Jan 16
4
8% Jan
Jan
3
85
73% Jan 11
Jan
4
87
3
16% Jan
50
38

22% Mar 20
19% Mar 21
18% Mar 9
33% Mar 22
Mar 24
31
Mar 9
59
84%" Mar 10
44.% Mar 30
44% Mar 1
79% Mar 30
56% Mar 30
36% Mar 3
Mar 22
23
32% Mar 23

Sale
51 %
Sale
Sale
29
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

43

21%
49%

Mar

31% Mar
46% Mar

58% Mar

43

42%
43

29

Mar 13
Mar 14
Mar 10
Mar 8
Mar 16
Mar 29
Mar 15
Mar 14
Mar 14
Mar 17
Mar 1
Mar 1
Mar 29

Sale
Sale

18%
74%
52%

Mar

53%
42%
9%
6%

Sale

17

28%

1
1
1

16% Mar
29 ¥a Mar 16

Mar

3

3
Mar 21
Mar
1
Mar 27
Mar 20
Mar 1
19% Mar 9
Mar 13
101
11% Mar 3
50% Mar 14

36%
29%
24%
37%
60%
15%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

38%

18

32%

*

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

36%

35%

49%'

Mar

8

Mar 15
Mar 10
Mar 9
Mar 1
Mar 1
Mar 2

48

50%

69%

Co

7%
52

72

10
14
29
29
22
Mar 29

38%
41 ¥2
71%
49%
32%
15 ¥a
26 %

29%
18%
73%
49%

50

1

Chemical Corp com
$4.50 preferred series
Sun Oil Co

30 %

Sale
Sale
Sale

28
Sale
Sale
Sale

27
16

Sale
51
Sale
Sale

78

Sun

81%
44V2
42 %
79%
56 ¥2
34 ¥2
20%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
51
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

79%

Gas

31

24

Mar
14% Mar
108
Mar
78
Mar
91% Mar
20% Mar

Sale

Price*
58% Mar 24
3
41% Jan
14% Mar 10
109% Feb 23
Mar 29
Feb 20
20% Feb 20
72 % Feb 17

78
92

8

Mar

3

Feb 24
Mar 21
Feb 28
Feb
7
Mar 20
Mar 1
19% Mar 9
Mar 13
101
11% Mar 3
50% Mar 13

37%
29%
25%
37%
60%
15%

H

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

47%

'

20
Mar
17% Mar

57

Sale

1

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

49%
32%
15%
27 %

Mar 15
Mar 3
Mar 15
Mar 1
Mar 1
Mar 23
Mar 2
100
Mar 6
9¥s Mar 1
45% Mar 3

22%
18%
17 %

43

45%
32%
13 %
23%

30%
26%
21 ¥a
33%
55%
12 ¥4
15%

i

40

1

6¥a Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale

28

44%
74%

Mar 9
Mar 20
Mar 1
Mar 3
Mar 16
89% Mar 13
19 ¥4 Mar 7
70 ¥2 Mar 7

28%
44%

31%

58% Mar 24

50
37%
10%
103
76%

25% Mar 10
26 ¥a Mar 14
43% Mar 13

30% .Sale
30% Sale

66%

Sale
Prices

1

Highest

Lewest
Sale
Prices

Highest

Sale
Sale
Sale

20

Corp

Sale
39

Sale
Sale

41
39

Sale
101

Sale

27%

42

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

10%

17%
17

Sale

48 %
38
27

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

—10

Stix Baer St Fuller Co

100

Sale
Sale

'

77

29.

Sale

Sale

59%

page

Sale

18 %
16
18

55%

see

31 %
28%
21%
36%
59%
13 %
18%

16% Sale
99% 100'%
Sale
9%
Sale
46%

18%
Sale

St

Sale
Sale
Sale

48%
46%

Standard Pressed Steel Co_l
Stanley Warner Corp
5
Stanray Corp
1
Starrett Co (The) L S
_•
Stauffer Chemical com
5
3%% preferred
100

nstrand

Sale

Sale

3%% pfd series A—100
Standard Pckg Corp com—1
$1.60 conv preference
20

When issued
Suburban Propane
Sunbeam Corp

6%

30%

26

$5 conv preferred
Suburban Gas

Sale

Sale
8%
Sale

39%

72%

33%
56%
14

8%
43%

Sale
Sale
Sale
78
Sale
Sale

71%

Sale
Sale
12 y8
99

26 V9

77

Sale

90%
19%
72

Sale

—7

Sterchi Bros Stores Inc

104%

77
Sale
Sale

26%

6.25

$1.20 conv preferred
6% conv preferred

56 %
39%
11%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

86%

31%

preferred

Square D Co
Standard Brands—
Common

10%
106

82

50c
26

Sperry-Rand Corp com
$4.50 preferred
Spiegel Co Inc commo:

Swift




39%

Southern Natural Gas—7.80
Southern Pacific Co
*

224,000

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Sale
Sale

El_*

314,500
6,320
7,100

38,400

41%
8%

65%

Sunray-Mid-Cont Oil
4%% pfd series A.
5%% 2nd pfd ser of'85-30
Sunshine Biscuits Inc
12.50
Sunshine Mining Co
10c
Superior Oil Co (Calif)
25
Sweets Co of Am (The)_4.16%

27,700

53

10c
26
5

Southeastern Pub Serv
Southern Calif Edison
Southern Co (The)
Southern Indiana Gas St

129,700

7,590
248,500
35,900

Transport St Trading

N Y shares

8%

Sale

98

267900

303,600

55%

1

America
Seaboard
Seaboard

Opening or
Bid
Ask

RANGE SINCE JAN.

-PRICES IN MARCHLowest
March 30
tele
Clooing or
Pricea
Bid
Aak

March 1
Opening or
Bid
Aak

1961

March

27

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

Mar 16
Mar 30
Mar 30
Mar 3
Mar 3
Mar 13
Mar 13

,

:

1

Mar 29
Mar 6
Mar 21
Mar 30
Mar 10

Mar 7
Mar 21
Mar 7
Mar 29
Mar 2
,

Mar

2

Mar 2
Mar 7
Mar
1
Mar 29

15%
16%
27
28

38%
9%
6%
44%
49
27%
15%
27%
15%

4
Jan
3
Mar 10
Mar 15
Jan
9
Jan 25
3
Jan
3
Jan
Jan

11

Jan

4

4
65
Jan
47% Jan 19
3
36% Jan

38% Jan
20% Jan
47%
17%
65%
26%
20%
27

7%
28
88

14%
20%
88%
42%
82

29%

3

3
Mar 15
Jan
9
Mar 20
Jan 16
4
Jan
3
Jan
Jan 12
3
Jan
3
Jan
3
Jan
Jan 26
3
Jan
4
Jan
Jan
3
Jan 5

52% Jan 12
72% Jan 23
3
11% Jan

4% Jan
25% Jan

9
9

46% Jan

5
Jan
6
3
40% Jan
53% Mar 15
Jan
9
84
7
21% Feb

46

Feb 28
31% Feb 28
46% Mar 6

29

22%
19%
18%
33%

Mar 20
Mar 21
Mar 9

Mar 22

31% Feb
59
84%
44%
45 %

Mar

6
9

10
30
27
30
30
3
Mar 22
23
32% Mar 23

Mar
Mar
Feb
79% Mar
56% Mar
36% Mar

59% Feb 28
46% Feb
9
12% Jan 19
8% Jan 12
52% Mar 24

50%
35%
18%
30%

Feb 21
Feb 23

Mar 1
Feb 17
191/4 Feb 20
79% Mar 24
53% Mar 27
44
Mar 10

44% Feb 14
Mar 30
53% Mar 22

25

19
Mar 16
70% Feb
8
31% Mar 29
33% Mar 9
41% Mar 30

11% Mar

9

Mar 15
Mar 2
19% Mar 14
29 % Mar 14
95
Feb
9
61% Mar 30
88
Mar 30
37
Mar 17
38
91

57% Jan 23
77% Feb 16
17% Feb 23
5% Jan 25
43 % Mar 28
51%
51%
46%
59%

Mar 27
Feb
3
Feb
6

Feb
1
23% Mar 30
3
26% Jan
3
11% Jan

3
9
Mar 30
28
80% Mar 30
32% Mar 27
Mar 28
32
27% Mar 2
Mar 30
35
14% Mar 17

17% Jan

4

22

55% Jan
Feb

3
7

60% Feb
78% Mar

13% Jan
67
Jan

9
4

Jan 12
88% Mar 10
29% Feb 17
28% Mar 30

64

Feb

6

27% Jan 30
27

77

24% Jan 3
9
24% Jan
21% Jan 11
4
16% Jan
17% Jan

9

53 % Jan

4

27% Jan

3
6
3
43% Jan 23

7
230

Jan
Jan

Feb

87% Feb

Mar 15

15

31
24

Mar 8
Mar 22

19% Mar 16
Feb 17
Mar 30
9% Mar 3
312
Mar 3
64
31

20% Jan
13% Jan

4
3

68% Mar
34% Mar
32% Mar
54% Jan
24% Feb
17% Mar

82%
47%
23%
22%

Jan

5

87

Jan

3

7

Jan

*31

Mar 24
18% Jan
4
45% Mar 17

3
Jan
4
Jan
33
Jan 30
3
101% Jan

3

4
1200 Jan
3
45
Jan
44% Mar 30
12% Jan
3

3
9

10

13
29
24
16
30

Mar 10

55% Feb 15
26% Jan
24% Mar
35% Mar
113
Feb
9% Jan
1464
Jan
58
Jan
49% Feb

31
7
29
27

25
31
16
28

17% Mar 29

NEW YORK STOCK

28
New York
Stock Exchange

Aggregate Sales
March

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

19,400

69,900

in

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

1961

Opening
Par

Bid

1

69%
4V„

Sale
Sale

1

STOCKS

or
Ask

14%

Inc

50,700

179,200

lal.ott i James)
T"ndv Corp

100,700

295,800

Telautograph Oorp

131,500

234,400

Tennessee

1.25

49%

Sale
Sale

365,100
145,000

974,600
447,800

24%

Salo

94,200

548,900

33%

28%

370,500

1,061,600

84%
674
13
61%
24%

Sale

6%
12%

Sale

S4%

40,700
135,900

Tennessee Gas Trans Co
5
Texaco Inc
**
Texas Gas Transmisslon_-5

March 1
Opening or
Bid
Ask
79

123,500*
79,000

325,100

167,700
81,200
6,170

27,900
2,200

Texas

Corp

Gulf Producing

20
88

17%
88

21%

Sale

2474
2374
37%
10 %

Sale
Sale
Sale

26
28%
29%
45%
15 %

642,000

Textron Inc common

14,400

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

235,900

50c
•

$1.25 conv preferred
Thatcher Glass Mfg
Thiokol Chemical Co

5
1

Thompson (John R)

7.50

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
sale

149,500

bale

Sale
Sale

69
83%

100

10%

95%

Sale
Sale

JO

3474

92

6,400
117,600
31,200

18,200
495,300
67,300

Co
Tidewater Oil Co com
$1.20 preferred

37,400

102,100

170,600

Timken Roller Bearing
Tishman Realty & Const
Toledo Edison Co (The)

•

27,600
32,600

17,100
173,400

52,500
463,200

514,600
-

98,900
78,500

1,057,600

2,100

4,500
241,800

63,200
69,000

222,900
33,200

10,500
22,500
48,400
1,000

85,900

190,700
12,500

142,700
5,100
508,700
22,800

200

640

44,100

110,800

217,600

418,100

73,900
152,000

105,700
350,000
74,000

48,900
72,500

209,200
279.100
149,700
6,490

89,300
53,200
2,480

160

"760

1,820
1,540

450

138,700
166,500
97,400
78,100

249,800
527,900
209,400

11,700
103,700

174,600
26,700
478,800

214,100

569,000

200

700

4,400
117,600
39,800

12,700
413,100

142,400 '
4,300
32,600

96,100
16,200
56,800
45,900
408,900
29,000
78,800

225,200

695,700

111,000
6,700
13,900

355,000
17,100
41,900

159.300

445,300

87,400
51,400

149,300
137,200
6,700

6,800

18,700
23,000

3,310
36,800
420

21,100
35,300

55,700
360

185,500
1,600
67,900
106,600

147,900.
1,070

Tractor

Co

Supply

iO
25

r

Co 'cl

A

1

Trane Co (The)
2
Transamerlca Corp
...
.2
Transltron Electronic Corp-1
Transue & Williams Steel

3

29% Mar 30

2474 Jan

Sale

29%

Sale

Sale

44%

Sale

14

Sale
14%

3
10
3
3

31
Mar 29
30% Mar 14
49
Feb 24
15% Feb 16

Trans World Airlines Inc

Tri-Continental Corp—
Common
$2.70 preferred
Truax-Traer Coal

20th Cent-Fox Film
Twin City Rapid Transit
5% conv prior pfd
Twin
Coach
Co
TXL Oil Corp (The)

Udyllte Corp (The)

United Aircraft Corp—
Common
4% preferred
4% (series of 1956)

Sale
Sale

Sale

55%

Sale

Sale

Sale

54%
25 %

Sale
Sale

19%
37%

Sale
Sale
Sale

22%
21 %
50%

Sale
Sale

22%

Sale
Sale
Sale

45

Sale

5274

83%

Sale

31%
36%

Sale
Sale

84%
33%

1

37%
53%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
54

42 Ya
55

37%
2574
50%

50
1

1

•
50
1

1

1

preferred

16%

Sale

47%

10%

Sale

38

42

12%
17%

Sale
Sale

11%
42%
13%
17%

1374
46%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

7%
34
118
39%
92%

74%
72
82
44 %

27%
8%

31%
20%
35

Sale
Sale

75%
Sale
83%

Sale

Sale

41%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

27

30

17%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

42%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

55

35%
26%

Sale

50%
51%

Sale
Sale
Sale
42%

11%
41%
15%
1974

Sale
Sale

53%
32%
8%
34
23

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

41%

100

7

34% Mar 27
41% Mar 30

Mar 7
14% Mar 14

31% Mar 1
1774 Mar 30

22% Jan
14% Jan

40%
54
34%
25%
50 %

4274
55 %
37%
29%
52

36

Mar 10
Mar 20

8
1

Mar
45% Mar

7
7

Sale
Sale

11

5474
33 %
8%
36
24
42

32% Mar 17
22% Mar 20

39% Mar 24

1
.1

United Shoe Machine com_25
6% preferred
25
U S Borax & Chem com
1
4 % % preferred
100
U S <fe Foreign Securitles._l
U S Freight Co
*
U S Gypsum common
4

100

Hoffman Machinery
Common
82 %c
5% class A preference
50
U S Industries Inc com
1

Sale
43%
103 y4 no

38% Mar

1
7

91

Sale

92%

Sale

Sale
Sale

36 y8

21

23

Sale
Sale

68%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

35
38y2
20 y8
64 y2
33
7%
48 y4
18 y8
21 %

16%

-17%

4*

61
34

7%
44%
15%
17 %
33%
52%

58%

30%
37%
93
25 %

34

7%
51%
is y8

Sale
Sale

39%

38
8

49%
19%

35%

Sale
Sale
Sale

60%

Sale

34%
62%

17%

Sale

Sale

20%

Sale
Sale
Sale

iy8
66
32

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

44%

94
Sale

94%
28%

50% Sale
103
Sale
152
154%

21%

55%
ill
153

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
155 y2

23%

3
3
10
9
16
10
14

Sale

Sale
Sale

102

Mar

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

Mar 24
Mar 22
Mar
1
Mar 6
Mar 1

Mar 21

44% Mar 20

90% Mar 10

37

20%
66%

1

Mar
Mar

7474 Marl5
86% Mar 8

1
84% Mar 29
49 Ve Mar 2
3074 Mar 15
8
Mar 10

86
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

43

Mar

Mar 28
Mar 1
Mar 22
4474 Mar 21
96 % Mar 23

Mar

72

Sale
110

37%
21%

31% Mar
18% Feb

33% Mar
27

•

70
Mar 29
40 y2 Mar 16
8ys Mar 17
51% Mar 1

19% Mar 29;
24 % Mar 7

1

22%

Sale

20% Mar 15

1%

Sale
Sale

1
Mar
65 % Mar

22 y2 Mar 28
1% Mar 24
76 y4 Mar 24

Sale
157

116
39
92

4
Jan
3
Jan
Jan 30
Jan 20

74%
71
Feb 24

-

64
18

9

3

Mar 10

Mar

3

1
Mar 1
41% Mar 27
93% Mar 3
27% Mar 9
52% Mar 13
106
Mar 7
153% Mar 8

33% Mar 23
45
Mar 1
94% Mar 1
28% Mar 6
56% Mar 21
112% Mar 24
156
Mar 24

Mar 1
Mar 1
11% Mar 23
37 y2 Mar 9

23% Mar 28
13% Mar 8

42% Mar
55% Mar

1

3
37% Mar 3
31% Jan 23
Jan
4
53
53% Mar 16
12% Mar 10
43% Mar 14
15% Mar 30
21% Mar 13

15%
5474
1074
38%
133%
44%
96 V*

75%

74%

Feb
Mar
Mar
Feb
Mar
Feb
Mar
Jan
Mar
Mar
Mar

23
20

28
28
22
9
23

12
15
8
24

Jan

5

86%
54%
33 Ya Mar 22
8% Jan 25
36
Mar 6
24
Mar 1

34% Jan

3

43% Feb 16

37% Jan

3
7

29% Jan

2
6
3
5
4

20

82
Feb
42% Jan
2774 Jan
8
Jan

Mar

36% Jan 16
1
18% Feb
4
60 y2 Jan
29% Jan 18

7

23% Mar 22

17

155

4
13% Jan
42% Jan 11
3
7% Jan
4
3374 Jan

86

36% Mar

Sale
Sale

6
20
9
4

45 y2 Mar

30
15
7
3
1
28
1

32

Jan
11% Jan
17 Ya Jan

36

3

92% Mar 13
39% Mar 17

23

Mar 21
60% Mar 1
16% Mar 8

32%
Sale
94%

25% Jan
49% Feb
40% Jan
10% Jan

3
4
9
25
2

102

33

70

Jan

5374 Jan
29% Jan

4

3

Mar 23

106

Sale
Sale
Sale

32%
41%
93%
28'/8
52%
106%

3

59% Jan 10
3
26% Jan

2
1

39
102

85%
32%

31% Jan 26

23% Mar 9
50% Feb 28
Mar 10
58
Mar 20
91
34% Mar 27
41% Mar 30

Jan

8074 Mar
31% Mar

Sale
104

95

4
3

122
Mar 1
43 % Mar 17
93% Mar 1

74%
85%

23%
40%

19

37% Jan
34
Jan

Sale
Sale

7374
84 %

20%
Sale

56% Feb 21
27% Mar 13

Mar 22
Mar 20

75

Sale
Sale
Sale

3
3

1574
54%
10%
38%
133%

80
Sale
Sale

85
50%
31%
8%
33%

48% Jan
1574 Jan

23% Mar 9
50% Mar 1
Mar 10
58
Mar 20
91

Mar 14
44% Mar 1

Mar
Mar

82% Feb
84
Mar
32% Feb
27 % Feb
24% Mar

55% Mar 3
27% Mar 13

13% Mar 15
45% Mar 8
7% Mar 1
35% Mar 9

77

67% Jan
4
82% Mar 21
26"% Jan 27
20% Jan
3

6

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

95
80

23% Jan
37% Jan
10% Jan

21% Jan

Sale
Sale
Sale

94%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

2
Mar 10

Mar
Mar
Mar 30
Mar 13

Sale

72%

Mar 14
Mar l
Mar 22

31% Mar 14
26% Mar 15
2474 Mar 8

Mar

12%
43%
15%
21%

44%

44

51
22 %
20%
43%

80% Mar 27
84
Mar 8

53%

93 %

122

Mar 3
Mar 21
Mar 30

Mar 6
41% Mar 30
12% Mar 1
17% Mar 1

Sale
11%

15%
49%
9%
38%
128%

774
38%

75%
82%
2974
24%
23%

1

Mar
Mar
Mar

51%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

14%
48

1574 Mar
'

~

Improvem't_13%
10

preferred

53
41

37%
.100

United Greenfield Corp

United Merch & Mfrs
United Park City Mines

31

27%

46

62

5

United Artists Corp
1
United Biscuit Co of Amer_*
United Board & Carton
10
United Carbon Co
•
United-Carr Fastener
2.50
United Corp (Del)
1
United Electric Coal Cos
5
United Eng & Foundry
5
United Fruit Co
•
United Gas Corp
10

7%

2974
25%
23%

30

Underwood Corp
•
Union Asbestos & Rubber
5
Union Bag-Camp Paper
6%
Union Carbide Corp
•
Union Electric Co com
10
Preferred $4.50 series
•
Preferred $3.70 series
*
Preferred $3.50 series
•
Preferred $4 series
•
Union Oil of California
25
Union Pacific RR com
10
4% preferred
10
Union Tank Car Co
•
Union Twist Drill Co.
United Air Lines Inc
10

United Gas

Sale
Sale
Sale

23
Sale

Tung-Sol Electric Co com
1
5% pfd series of 1957—50

conv

29%
2574
23%

14 %

Mar 7
Mar 17

21% Jan

Sale
21%

22%

5

20% Mar 27
106
97

29% Mar 30

Sale

Sale

3

31
Mar 29
30% Mar 14
47% Mar 2

84

Sale

3

69
Jan
80% Jan

Mar 2
196
35 % Mar 30

27% Mar
27% Mar
42% Mar
13% Mar

78%

27%

15% Jan

Mar 7
Mar 17

20% Mar 27
106
97

Mar 20
90% Mar 8

86

3
18% Jan
165% Jan 12
27% Jan 10

25 % Jan 16
102% Mar 7
38% Mar 21
41% Feb 20
2574 Mar 22

25'/a Mar

83

37

3574

Mar 2
Mar 30

Mar 21

7% Feb 23
16% Feb
9
Mar 21
62

Sale

Sale
86

34%
61 Va

1

196

86

Sale

76 %
83 %

•

Corp

Forging

-

20

66% Jan 20
3
4% Jan
1
12% Feb
6
47 % Jan
23
Jan 25
5
Jan
83
Jan 27
35
3
27% Jan

30%

Sale
83%

_•

14
21

Sale

29%

15%

100

4%
preferred
Thor Power Tool

21
2

102% Mar 7
38% Mar 21
41% Mar 9
25 % Mar 22

7
8
3

Mar

Prices

Sale

48%

5

Torrington

55,600

288,000
150,300

Common

Mar

17

2074
20%

*
1

700

23% Mar 1
95% Mar 1
3674 Mar 29
Mar 3
36
21

Highest

Sale
Priees

Mar
86
7% Mar
14% Mar
62
Mar
24% Mar

1

175% Mar
29% Mar

Lowest

Sale
Prices

674 Mar 24
12% Mar 1
53% Mar 8

Sale
Sale
Sale

69
82

5

198,200

Sale
Sale

78% Mar

Highest

Sale

Thompson-Ramo Wooldrldge
52,600
560

Sale

%

189%
30(4

Sale
Sale

16

-<»•

Sal3
Sale

38
25
195%

baie

1

Co

Sale
Sale

31
37 %
22

Sale

19
180
28

Sub shares

Sale

Sale
Sale

91
ie

Gulf

46,000

3,900

S3%

Sulphur
•
Texas Instruments Tnn
1
Texas Pacific Coal St Oil—10
i »*xrs
Pacific Land Trust
l exas

Texas <te Pacific Ry
Texas Utilities Co

11,000
29,600
110,000
47,400
279,200 1,091,800

57 %

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

-PRICES IN MARCHLowest
March 30
Stale
Closing or
Prices
Bid
Ask

Price Jan. 3,

Jan

30% Jan

4
4

3
3
3
3
33
Mar 21
4
52 y4 Jan
3
16
Jan
7

Jan

44y2 Jan
15% Jan
17 y4 Jan

17% Jan
ig Jan
54% Jan
30% Jan
37% Jan

3

44% Mar 20
106

Feb

7

94% Feb

7
39% Mar 17
45 y2 Mar 7
23 y2 Mar 22
70

Mar 29

40% Mar 16
8 Ya Mar 17
52
Feb 28
19 y2 Mar 29

24% Mar
36% Mar
64

7
3

Mar 10

18% Feb 20
22% Mar 28
1% Mar 24

3
16

76 y4 Mar 24

3
3

33% Mar 23
47% Feb
9

93
Jan
24% Jan
45% Jan
100y8 Jan

4
3
6
4

153% Mar

8

94%
29%
56%
115
157

Mar 1
Feb
2
Feb 28
Feb 27
Feb
6

U s

137,400
6,400
326,800

211,000
8,800
707,100

500

800

29,300

102,600

109,900
3,200
205,300

9,500
35,800

121,600

900

777700
7,230
9,000

73,100
6,300
266,200
13,500
52,700
630

160,800
1,400
For




4%% pfd series A
U S Lines common
4%% preferred

50
1

10

19,800

U s Pipe & Foundry Co
5
U S Playing Card
5
U S Plywood Corp com
1
3%% cum pfd ser A
100
U S Rubber Co common
5
8% non-cum 1st pfd
100
U S Shoe Corp
1

168,800
15,600
895,200
37,000
156,500

U S Smelt Ref & Mng
50
7%
preferred
50
U S Steel Corp com
16%
7% preferred
100
U S Tobacco Co common
•

32,700
190

354,000
23,125

3,100
349,400
4,600
footnotes,

7%

non-cum

preferred

25

U S Vitamin <fe Pharmactl.l
United Stockyards Corp
1
see

page 29.

4%
17
9%
34%

27%
7%
23%
26%
45%
75

47%
150

Sale
Sale
Sale
36%
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
78
Sale
Sale

37%

Sale

26

23%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

35

36

29%
19%

Sale
20%

45%
76%
141%

5

19
12

35%

33%
8%
23%
32
44 y8

76%
51%
155%
37%

29%
48%
87%
146%
28%
35%

Sale
Sale
Sale
38
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
77%
Sale
Sale

5%

Sale

22%

Sale

12%
36%
33 y8
8%
26%
31%

Sale
38

Sale
9%
Sale
31%

31%
8%
22%
30 Ya
43%

Sale

75%

77%

53%
157%

Sale
Sale

Mar

6

Sale

38%

Sale

35% Mar

3

Sale
Sale

35
49

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

28% Mar 10
47% Mar 23
84 y4 Mar 14

40%

Sale
Sale

20

20%

86%
145%
29%
37
48

37%

18%

Sale

Sale

Mar

8

34% Mar

2

38

Mar 8
Mar 9
Mar 7
Mar 16
Mar 29

46

Sale
Sale
Sale

6% Mar 21

5
19

9
Mar 27
27 y8 Mar 29
33
Mar 2
47% Mar 10
'

m-- m

49% Mar
155

7

Mar 29
27% Mar 1
35% Mar 1

145

38% Mar 1
18% Mar 30

..

54% Mar 20
158
Mar 24
39
Mar 22

35% Mar 30
49 V* Mar 13
90
Mar 3
147
Mar 17
30% Mar 17

37% Mar 28
50% Mar 29
20
Mar 3

4

Jan
Jan

6

17

26

Jan

3

45% Jan

4
3
3
6
9

3
3
9Vs Jan
35% Jan 17
5
26% Jan
3
7% Jan
22% Mar 7
3
26% Jan
43% Jan 25
5
75
Jan
6
46% Jan
3
149% Jan
35 y2 Mar 6

75%
141%
23%
35
29 y4
18%

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
3
Jan
Mar 30

6% Mar 21
23 y4 Mar 28
13% Mar 8
38
Mar 8
35
Feb 20
9
Mar 27
27 Ye Mar 29
33
Mar 2
48% Feb 23
77
Jan 17
54% Mar 20
159
Feb
9
39% Jan 19

35% Mar 30
49 y4 Mar 13
90
Mar 3
147
Mar 17
30% Feb 21

37% Feb 15
50% Mar 29
20% Jan 24

March

Since
Jan. 1

New York
Stock Exchange

Shares

Shares

STOCKS

Aggregate Sales
in

447,500
66,900

764,400
163,400

24,200

74,600

160

520

29

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE—STOCKS

April, 1961

1961

Opening or
Bid

r„

Ask

11%

Sale

30

Sale

32%

United Whelan Corp
30c
Universal Cyclops 8teel—i

Sale

March 1
Opening or
Bid
Ask

21%
42%

Sale

Sale
Sale

39%

Sale

14%
38%

RANGE SINCE JAN.

-PRICES IN MARCH—
March 30
Lowest
Sale
Closing or
Bid
Prices

Price Jan. 3,

Sale
Prices

Mar

Universal Leaf Tobacco—

361,600
994,400
345,100 1,031,700
8,300
2,200

3,300
780

Common
•
8f» preferred
100
Universal Match Corp
2.50
Universal Oil Products Co
1
Universal Pictures com
1
4 % % preferred
100

Upjohn Co

9,900

407,100
79,500
32,400

65,000

156,800

157
155
Sale
62
Sale
31
52% 54%
Sale
78%

53%
34%
30%

V anadium Corp of Airier
..1
Van Norman Indus com_2.50

183,000
35,400
27,100

64,200

4,000
21,900
145,300

9,400
51,500
393,000
444,000

193,700

14,400

59,700

4,300

18,300

Light
Vanadium-Alloys Steel Co

Utah Power St

$2.28 conv preferred
Veudo

Co

Virginia-Carolina
Chemical Corp com
1
6%
dlv partlc pfd
100

•

Common

246,800
90

$4.20
$4.12

180

244,000
18,800

5,700
390
450

1,700

1,150
1,480
5,400

32,300
11,500

105,300
26,500

15,100
23,100

35,100
55,600

52,000
169,900
27,800

381,200
54,800

105,600

860

1,550
280,900
68,000

126,600
24,400
26,600

57,000
332,200

148,900
20,500

19,900

54,200
27,500
102,700
24,400
14,300
187,800
49,900

1,070

2,940

20
460
68,600

130

178,200

180

860

67,800

167,900

24,100
50

Wabash RR 4%%

1,150

Sale
Sale

60%
55%

Sale
Sale

37

Sale

110

Sale

39
114%

Sale

53%
103
81

21%
13%

Sale

84
Sale
84

Sale
Sale

52%
84
88

' 86

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

37%

Sale

105%

Sale

114

Sale
Sale
86

55%
107
85

89

88%

89

86%
Sale

85
12

14
14%
Sale
87%
98% 100
78% 79%

Sale

Va
15%

86%
Sale

92%
102%

84%

Sale
Sale
86

92%
101%
81

28%
12%

Sale
Sale

27 V#

11%

Sale
Sale

12%

Sale
Sale

58%
38%

Sale
38%

63%

Sale
Sale

69%
44%

Sale
Sale

27%
8%

Sale
Sale
Sale
84

35
10
11
86

Sale

39%

Sale

11

83

9%

26%

10%
82%

100
1

Pictures

Sale
Sale

Sale

85%
12%
15%

86%

50o
2.50
1

5Va% preferred
Ward Industries Corp

ll7/s
33
24
59%
75%

48%
47 Vs

O St
Wallace & Tiernan Inc—

5
10

Bros
Co

Sale

33%

15
•
10

New common
Walworth Co
Ward Baking Co com

26%

33V4
23%

vxalKer (Hiram)

Warner
Warner

Sale

Sale
Sale

29%
Sale

100

prd
Wagner Electric Corp
Waldorf System
Walgreen Co

6%
52%

Sale

8ale

42%

67%
35%

Sale
Sale

10

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
10%

93
84

94%
86%

82
93

83
Sale
94%

19%

Sale

95%
23

36%

Sale

38%

94

96

96

1

Washington Gas Light Co
Washington Water Power

•
•

53%

Waukesha Motor Co

5

30%
26%
4%

20%

Mar 16
Mar 9
50% Mar 27
48% Mar 17
Mar
3
84
58% Mar 16
Mar 1
38
Mar 6
35
26% Mar 29
14 Ya Mar 15

162
60

Mar
Mar
Mar

Jan
Jan

Sale

Prices

21% Mar 30
42% Mar 30

3
3

41% Mar
Feb
62
Jan
50% Mar
54
Jan
85
Feb

30% Jan 10
153% Jan
9

162

49% Feb 20
30% Jan
4
43% Mar 7
78 Ya Jan

3

35% Mar 15
25% Feb 9
64
Mar 14

Mar 14
64
77% Mar 30

46% Jan
44 Ya Jan

4
13

37% Mar 30

41% Mar 17
118% Mar 6

52% Mar 1
Mar 21
Mar 7
Mar 13
Mar 28
12% Mar 7
15% Mar 22

92
Mar
100% Mar
84% Mar

6

2
6

Mar 21
Mar 30
Mar 7
Mar 6
Mar 20
13% Mar 10
16% Mar 10

34% Mar
9% Mar

11%
85

86

11
85

12%
63%
24

Sale
Sale
Sale

8% Mar
58% Mar
20 Va Mar

84%

Sale

72

47

Sale
63%

43

49%
103
85
85

Jan
Jan
Mar
Jan
83% Feb
9% Jan
13% Jan

1

57% Mar
Feb
Mar
Jan
Mar
13% Feb
16% Feb

27

21
21
7
24
20
6
3

107%
85
90
87

3
7
9
8
4

94
Mar 8
102% Mar
1
85 % Feb 28

29 Vs Mar 13
14
Mar 13

24% Feb 10
9
11% Jan

29% Feb 28
14
Mar 13

73

57

Mar
102% Mar
85
Mar

Mar 24
63% Mar 1
42 % Mar 2

Sale
Sale
Sale

41% Mar 17
102% Mar

Feb 13

4
3
5
5

94

Mar 23

27
12

77% Mar 30

34% Jan 11
107

57 %
107
85
89
87

8

26% Mar 29
14 % Feb 10

6
3

104 Va
85
87
85 Va

10

3

18

28% Jan
19% Jan

Mar 27

3
27

Jan
3
11% Mar 23

33% Mar 10
30% Jan

35% Mar 15
24% Mar 17

113

17
13

58% Mar 16
38% Feb 23
37% Jan 27

48% Feb 28

32% Mar 6
22
Mar 15
56% Mar 6
51% Mar 7

Sale

59

17

16
Sale
Sale
84

41% Mar 17

1
7
7
51%
1
38
43% Mar 7
82% Mar 20
49% Mar 1
33% Mar 10
Mar 24
32
21% Mar 1
11% Mar 23

36% Mar

158

87%
Sale
Sale
Sale

9%

Sale
Sale

Warner Lambert
Pharmaceutical
Warren (S D) Co.

200

4,800
101,900

preferredpreferred

100
100
100
100

Sale

28%
19%

Vulcan Materials Co com—1
5% conv preferred
16
5%% preferred
IOO
preferred
100

47,300

5,800
42,200
6,600

.

34%

12%

18

Sale
Sale
Sale

33%

32%

8

.

46%
82%
56%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Pwr—

preferred
$4.04
preferred

1,340

64,700

&

$5

4,290

40
250
30

Elec

Sale
Sale

83%
49%
38

Sale

160

47
84

46

Sale
Sale
Sale

5

5
10
1
1J5

Van Raalte Co
Varian Associates

Virginia
86,100
1,790

1
12.80

54%

Sale
162
Sale

49

Sale
36%
160
158
Sale
54
Sale
38 %

11
30

21% Mar 30
42% Mar 30

13% Mar
36

1
Highest

Lowest
Sale
Prices

Highest

87% Jan
98% Jan
79% Jan

8

1
7

Mar

7

Jan

46% Mar 17

40% Mar
11% Mar
12% Mar
86% Mar

2
3

Mar
1
Mar 22

38% Jan

26% Feb
8% Jan
10% Jan

29
28
15

16
13% Mar 30
67% Mar 20
24% Mar 29

2
1
7

Jan
Jan
52% Jan
16% Jan

82
6

4
6 --

73
Mar 7
46% Mar 17 °

2
3
4
4

40%
11%
12%
86%
13%
67%
24%

3
5
3

Mar
Mar
Jan
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

29
28
19
16
30
20
29

"

42

Knitting Mills
5
Welbilt Corp
1
West Kentucky Coal Co_.
4
West Penn Pwr 4%% pfd_100
4.20% pfd series B
100
Wayne

4.10% preferred ser C-100
West Va Pulp St Paper
5
4%%
preferred
100
Western Air Lines Inc
1

40%

Sale
Sale

73%
46%
62%

63%
51%

63%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
91

47

36%
28%
4%
14%
99%
89
84%

37
29

5%
13%
99

36

28%
4%
12 %

Sale

85%

Sale
97

63%
46%

38

98%

91
87
Sale

89

86%

39

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

89
85
36 Va
96
21

95%
23%

97%

40%

Sale

85% Mar 30

Sale
97%

38

Mar

96

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

34%
34 %
24%
45 Va
24%

Sale
85 %

Jan

6
3
5
3
6
4
4

53% Jan
41% Jan
30% Jan
25% Jan

Mar 21
37% Mar 20

29%
5%
14%
100%
89%

Mar 14
Mar 9
Mar 1
Mar 15

4% Jan
10% Jan
Jan
Jan
82% Jan
36% Jan
93
Jan
94
87

Mar 22

89
Mar 3
40 V* Mar 13
98% Mar 8

43 Vs Mar 30
85
Mar 22

85% Mar 30
49% Mar 23

9

34% Feb

53

Mar 20

Sale

64

49% Mar 23
67% Mar 14

Mar 1
Mar 9
Mar 27
Mar 6
Mar 6
Mar 2
Mar 1
Mar 10
Mar 3
Mar 3
Mar 7
Mar 29
Mar 24
Mar 13

68
Feb 20
53
Mar 21
38% Jan 23

30%
5%
14%
100%
89%
86%

5
23

17
31
25
4
19% Jan

24% Mar 28

Feb 16
Mar 9
Feb 10

Mar 15
Mar 22
Mar 8

42% Jan
98% Mar

6

8
24% Mar 28

Western Auto Supply Co—

Western

152,900
11,600
144,100

60,700
4,300
49,500
279,100

566,800
257,000

112,600

39,400

138,200

1,170
68,200

226,100

500

19,500
53,000
180

52,800

1,000
1,900
19,300
14,300
58,700
500
13,500
17,800

38,900
190,500
2,300
23,200

140,000
55,400

46,500
312,600
105,800

600

850

13,900
13,800

36,700

79,000
31,900

52,800
213,900

750

107,700
1,890

11,300
41,900

46,100
62,700

61,900
14,700
55,300
12,300
152,900
,

170,100
30,400
200,700
36,100
348,200

•
40

34%

Sale
Sale

40

2.50
Westlnghouse Air Brake
10

96%

41 Vs Mar 29
97% Mar 22

2

-

35% Jan 16

41% Mar 29

96

Jan

19

98

Jan 27

31%
31%
24%
39%

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan

4

22

Jan

3

37%
37
28%
54%
26%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

.1

35

Sale
Sale

Sale
35%
Sale
Sale
Sale

26%
46%
25

--

36%
37

27%
52%
24%

37% Mar
37
Mar
28% Mar
54% Mar

21
22
17
20

26% Mar

Mar 15
Mar 8
Mar 8
Mar 7
Mar 1

6

3

3
3

8.25

49%

preferred ser B_100

Wheeling Si Lake Erie
Wheeling Steel common
$5 preferred

Whirlpool Corp com
414% conv preferred

100
10

86

102

42%
92%

•
5

28

80

White Dental Mfg (S S)__20
White Motor Co eommon—l
5Vi% preferred
100
White Sewing Machine
1
Prior preference
20
S3 conv preferred
50
White Stores Inc
1

64%

Sale
88

52

Sale

95%
31%

Sale
Sale
Sale

68

75%

62%
52%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

*Sale
68

40%
100%

Sale
Sale

7%
24%

Sal*
25%

36

37
20%

42%

Sale
Sale

79%
27%

28%

45

$4.25 preferred

•

Wilson Jones Co
Windsor Industries Inc
Winn-Dixie Stores Inc

10
10c

1
Wisconsin Eec Pwr com
10
6% preferred
100
Wisconsin Pub Serv Corp_10
Woodward Iron Co
-10
Woolworth (P W) Co
10

Worthlngton Corp com
Prior pfd 4%% series
Wrlgley (Wm) jr
Wyandotte Worsted Co
Yale St Towne Mfg Co

Sale

27%
42%

Sale

Sal*

123

125
Sale
29%

10

49

100

87

•
5

10

Young (L A) Spg Si Wire 5
Youngstown Sheet Se Tube.*
Younestown Steel Door
Zenith Radio Corp

80

12%

22%
68%

•

1

98%
9%
28
24

89%
19%
99%

Sale
Sale
108

Sale

Sale

20

44%
87%

~ 105

105

44

Wilcox Oil CoWilson & Co commor

Bale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sal*
24%
Sale
Sale
Sale

101

85

105

95

95%

32%

Sale

71
55

74%
Sale

52%

Sale
101

48% Mar
94 V* Mar
30%
70
53 %
51 %
100

9
16
10
14
23
Mar 14

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

Sale

7% Mar

25% Mar

Sale

39

Sale

24%

Sale

23% Mar 13.

Sale
8ale
84 %

46
82

49%
46%

Sale
Sale

80 Va
37%

83
Sale
12 Ya

33
11

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

26%

127%

32%
28

73%
57%
89
114

9%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Cale

33%

Sale

24

24%

105 Vs

20%
115%

Sale
Sale
Sale

9%

9

8
Mar 14

10%

Sale

45% Mar 6
42% Mar 8
81% Mar 29
32% Mar 2
10% Mar 10
26% Mar 1
42% Mar 30
124
Mar 29
32
Mar 9
28
Mar 1
68 % Mar 28
56
Mar 15
88% Mar 29
103% Mar 8
9
Mar 2

33

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

31% Mar 28
24
Mar 2
102
Mar 8
20% Mar 1
113% Mar 1

12

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
89 %
Sale

29

43%
124

33%
28%
69%
56%
89
108

25%
107%

21%
130

rec elvershlp.

°

a

85

Mar
Mar
72
62% Mar
53% Mar
Mar
103
9% Mar
Mar
26

32%

30

27% Jan

29
1
3
10
15
3

68
44

Jan
Jan

40%
99%
7%
25%

Jan
Jan

Mar 30
43
27% Mar 20
Mar 21
2
Mar 7
Mar 9

51

Feb

42% Jan
92% Jan

Mar

96
,

50

Mar 22

3
9

52% Mar

8

25%

*No Issued, x Ex-dlvldend. y volume. I Companies reported In
Par jalue. t Corrected
Ex-rlghts.

Jan

105

2
3

Jan

51

'3

41% Jan

3

83

79% Jan

5

42

Mar 27
Mar 17

12%
29%
45 Ya Mar 1
126% Mar 21
33% Mar 30

Mar 27
Mar 3
Mar 3
Mar 7
Mar 1
114
10% Mar 28

45

Deferred delivery sale,

.

27% Jan

Mar 9
42
13 Va Jan 10
29% Mar 17

46% Feb 17
Feb

129

29%
74%
59%
91%
115
10%

Feb 20
Feb 17
Mar 3
Feb 13
Feb
2
Mar 29

34% Mar
27% Mar
108
Mar
21% Mar
131% Mar

3

wd When distributed,

tThe volume of trading and range of sale prices published here, is simply the trading and range for the new shares since this issue
either split, or since new stock was issued in connection with a
stock dividend. The range and volume for the old shares can be
found in the back issues of the BANK AND QUOTATION REC
ORD, in the month when the issue was removed from trading.

1961 STOCK DIVIDENDS AND/OR
Basis of Spilt or
Stock Dividend

Data Admitted
to Trading

Amalgamated Sugar Co.

Three-for-one

Heinz (H. J.) Co.
Lone Star Gas Co.
Martin Company

Dec 23 1960 wi

Three-for-one
Two-for-one
Two-for-one

Mergenthaler Linotype

Four-for-one

Feb
3 wi
Jan 25 wl
Jan 10 wl
Mar 2 wi

SPLIT-UPS

Name of Issue

Baals of Split or
Stock Dividend

McGraw-Hill Publishing

Ranco, Inc.

Two-for-one
Two-for-one

Shamrock Oil & Gas
Suburban Gas

25% in stock
Two-for-one

Date Admitted
te Trading

Three-for-one

Procter & Gamble Co.

14

33% Mar 30

23% Feb 14
88% Jan 3
19% Jan 3
4
97% Jan

r Cash sale,

Mar 21

49% Feb 15
84% Feb 17

27% Jan
4
10% Mar 10
26
Jan 26
41% Jan
6
122
Jan 24
29% Jan
3
3
22% Jan
66% Jan 17
49
Jan
3
87
Jan
3
95
Jan
6
8% Feb 16

34% Mar 14
27% Mar 15
108
Mar 3
21% Mar 22
131% Mar 30

29%
74
59%
91%

Feb
Feb
Feb
Feb
Feb

27
24
24
9
21
103
Mar 10
9% Mar 15
26
Jan 13
43
Mar 30
27% Mar 20

5
4

47% Mar

8

96%
32%
73
65
55%

3
3
10
3
3
9
3

Jan 30

37
Jan
20% Jan

* Feb

52% Feb 28

was




6

Jan 10
88% Jan 23

40% Feb 10
104

Sale

100

47% Mar 13
87% Mar 1

108

50%

25
43

26%

47%

45
126

43%

41%

8%
25%
40%
24%

wl When

Name of Issue

21
22
17
20

Electric—

Common

4,770
2,000
71,600
208,300
1,230
85,100
1,800
4,300
46,000

Sale

pfd

Western Pacific RR
Western Union Teleg

3.80%

Sale
97%

Maryland—

Common
4% non-cum 2nd

Westlnghouse
550,800 2,125,900
2,400
5,800
70

5
100

Common

4.80% preferred

-

-

Feb
Mar
Jan
Mar
Mar

24wi
15 wl
25 wi
23 wi
8 wl

14
15
3
22
30

30

American Stock

Exchange

Monthly and Yearly Record
PRICES FOR MARCH

RANGE OF STOCK AND BOND
Stock Sales—
March (Shares) _
Jan. 1 to March 31

1961

63,370,985

21,513,925
66,480,337

(Shares). 129,119,705

1961
1960
$6,794,000 $2,160,000
16,001,000 7,989,000

Stock Sales—
March
Jan. 1 to March 31

1960

transactions^ ofIsthe jnonth, such
account
taken of and

sales are disregarded In the month's the month Inthey arethey occur. No
range unless which the only
range are shown in a footnote In

NOTICE—Cash and deferred delivery

when selling outside of the regular monthly
sales In computing the range for the year.

American
Stock Exchange

Aggregate Sales
Sinee

in
March

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

7,200

16,000

623,400

690,600

181,500
6,300
8,300

243,200
14,500
17,100

37,700

146,900
56,400

30,300
46,700

164,700
127,900
3,600
15,700

41,100
500

9,000

270

50
875

6,400

1,750
23,100

275

700

69,600

39,400 *

200
60,500
831,700
691,000

29~700
557,500
398,700
122,000
2,200
31,300
6,800
12,400
82,900
23,000

229,000
3,700
104,700
12,100
50,700
168,900
56,200
39,800
291,500
34,000

2,950

172,000
21,800
3,400
96,900
168.500

16,200
153,300
406,600

33,400

88,600

16,000
140,500
4,300
2,000

28,400
336,800

174,000
73,800
10,600

1,750
4.000
85,400
5,100
37,600
22,400

41,600
3,300
101.100
26,700
225,500
•

1

12,300
15,800
304,200
119,300
22,700
4,700
13,400
149,800
10,500

54,200
37,800

105,300

STOCKS

Acme

Admiral Plastics

10c
1

Corp

Supply Mfg
Aerojet-General Corp
Aeronca Mfg Corp

Aero

l
—1
Surpass Shoe Stores.*

Agnew
Aid Invest St Discount Ine.1
Ala Gt Sou RR ordinary—80
Ala Power Co 4.20% pfd.100
Alan Wood Steel Co
10
5% cum preferred
100
Alaska Airlines Inc— ... .1

Algemene Kunstsijde Unle—
Amer dep rets Amer >hi_
All Amer Engineer'g Co
10c
All-State Properties Inc
1
Alleghany Corp warrants
Allegheny Airlines Inc
1
Alliance Tire <fc Rub A—tlV*
Allied Artists Pictures
1
5Vm% conv preferred
10
Allied Control Co Inc
50c
Allied Paper Corp
8
Alsco Inc
Aluminum Co of America
$3.75 cum preferred

American
American

•
1
2

Meter Co com
Amer Petrofina Inc cl AAmer Seal-Kap Corp com

American Thread 5% pfd—5
Amer Writing Paper com
8
Amurex Oil Co class A
1

3,300
77.300

253,100

200

700

166,900

226,800

123,600

177,000
617,000

200.600
2,100
78,600
114,900

5,300
28,300
29,500
79,800
89,600
56,400
171,800
92,500
33,600
.

72,400
52,200
12,000

5,800
334,500
142,200
14,900

90,400
68,500
130,800
218,700
137,300
332,800
273,300
54,500
96,900

52,200
16,100
8,100
72,800

5,400
45,300
7,100

19,000
29,100

10,800

321,900
22,400
13,900

4,100
61,500

128,100

50

190

88,200
6,300
163,500
86,200
70,000

50,900
83,800
75,400

257,400
14,700
382,800
213.700
110,700
148,100
146.100

600




For

130,400
700

Sale
Sale

13%
3%
15%
10 V*
4 y8

Sale
Sale

Sale
13%
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
19%
Sale
147
145
83% Sale
22% Sale
81
78
Sale
5%

82
7y»

1
5

Arco

100

preferred

4 %%

Electronics class A_25c

Arkansas Louisiana Gas.2.50
Arkansas Power St Light—
4.72%
preferred
100
Armour St Co warrants
Arnold Altex Aluminum Go-1

Convertible preferred
4
Asamcra Oil Corp Ltd
40c
Associated Elec Industries—
Amer dep rets reg
£1
Associated Food Stores
1
Assoc

Laundries of Amer

Associated Oil St Gas Co
Assoc Stationers Supply
\ssoc

Testing

1
lc
•

Labator's_10c

Atco Chem-Indus Prod
10c
Atlantic Coast Line Co
•
Atlantic Research Corp
5c
Atlantica del Golfo Sugar_5p
Atlas Consol Mining &

Development Corp.10 pesos
Atlas Corp warrants
Atlas General Industries
1
Atlas Sewing Centers Inc
1
Audio Devices Inc
10c
Audlon-Emenee Corp
1
Aurora Plastics Corp
l

Automatic Radio Mfg Co
1
Automatic Steel Products
I
Non-vot non-cum pfd_a 1
Avlen Inc class A
TlOc
Avis Industrial Corp
5
Ayshire Collieries Corp
3

A
.1
Baker Industries Inc!
1
Baldwin Rubber Co com
1
Baldwin Securities
lc
Banco de los Andes Am shs.
Banff Oil Ltd
50c
ilBarcelona Tr L dt P Ltd
•
Bar Chris
Construction
1
Barnes Engineering Co
1
Barry Wright Corp
1

Class

.

Barton's Candy Corp
Baruch-Foster Corp
Bay view Oil Corp
6% conv class A._

footnotes,

see

par* 39

140

Sale
21%
Sale
142%

85%
25 V*

86%
Sale

83%
5yb

84
Sale

70
7%
GV*

73%
Sale

9

Sale
Sale

6'/a
12%

Sale
9%
Sale
Sale

14%
11%
ny2

Sale
Sale
Sale

5%
9

Sale
11%
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

82
4

Sale
Sale

5%
70%

10%

Sale
Sale

16%
9%

Sale
Sale
Sale

4ya

Sale

3%

4%

Sale
Sale
Sale
43

4

-

5%
58%
17

5%
26%
42 y4

'

4%
GV*
34%
53

70%
7%
20 V*
4

131
85

69

8»/2
9%
9%
7%

8%
6%
14%
13 %

9%

10%
8i y4

5%
6%

Sale
13 V*
Sale

17%
17 Yb
7%

17%
Sale

25 3 e

Sale

9%

3%

6'/a
59%
5%

Sale
6%
Sale
Sale

Sale

16 %

Sale

6y2
68%
5%
23 %

91%

95

Sale

93%

Sale
Sale

8%
41%

Sale
Sale

15

95

96 %

27%
2%

Sale
Sale
Sale

94 V*
29

fs
5%
2%
1%
5%
9%
14 V*
2%

518
Sale

Sale
Sale

52

Sale
Sale
2%
53

41%
1%

Sale
1%

6

1%
13%
4

26%
5%
7%

6

3%
1%
6Va
10%
20%
2%
56
51

1%
7
2

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

16«/4
4%

5%
7%

5%
7%

29

2%
19%

40%

6

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

4%
2%
6Vb
10%

Sale
Sale
56%

23 y8

4%
53%

Sale
1%

56
2

Sale
SaleSale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

8%
1%
15%
4%
33

TV*
10

18%

~4

~4% ~4%

4%
10%
i4yi
42%

5
Sale

5%
12%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

15%
55

Sale

6%
6%
14%
14%

Sale

55

Sale
Sale
21%
Sale

m
15%

Sale
15Yi

18

19

20

15

20%
3%
4%
y4
5%
27%
35 y8
15

1
50c
28c

5%
1%
y4

7.50

6%

6

Sale
6Vb
Sale
Sale

15%
Sale
Sale
Sale
8

4%
5%
7%
36Yb
38 Vb
16%
9Yb

Sale
6
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

3% Mar

1

4% Mar

Mar 27
Mar 2
Mar 14

4% Mar

•

3% Mar
6ya Mar

1

6%
3%
1%
5%
10Y4

Mar
Mar
Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

9
1
2
Mar 29

Mar 1
20 Vb Mar 1
2% Mar 1
53
Mar 16
48% Mar 13

1% Mar

2

11
7%

Sale

1%
8

6

Mar 10
Mar 2
Mar 28
Mar 21
Mar 16
5Y2 Mar 2
7
Mar 3
16 Vz Mar 13
6

1%
145/b
3Yb
27Yb

4Ys Mar

8
5% Mar 1
llYu Mar 3
14Vb Mar 29
53

Mar

6%
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

8

5ys
1

7%
35 y2
36

16%
8Yb
1%
3/4
8

7

9
2
8
1
2
1

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar 13
Mar 1
Mar 9
Mar 1
Mar 6
Mar 1
Mar 3
Mar 7

2% Feb 20
% Jan
6
19% Mar 29

5
4

26% Mar 30
9Yb Mar 30

4% Jan 23
6% Mar 24
69
Mar 30
6
27

Mar 29
Mar 17

95
15
42

Feb 27
Mar 30
Feb 27

96 y2 Jan 25
31
Mar 17
3
Jan
9

5% Jan 11

^ Jan 25

5Ya Jan

6Ys Mar 15

2% Jan

Mar 24
2% Mar 17
7 V4 Feb 13
ll>/2 Feb 23
25
Mar 21
4% Mar 30
59 V* Feb
3
57 y2 Mar 30
2% Jan 26

10
3
2
1% Feb
3
5
Jan
9% Jan 10
3
14 Vb Jan
9
2% Jan
6
52
Jan
4
39% Jan
5
1% Jan

57% Mar 30
2Y8 Mar 13

5

9% Mar 29

Jan 17
3
Jan
Jan
3
Mar 21
3
Jan
Jan 31
6Ya Feb 15
16% Mar 13
3% Jan 10
4% Jan 18
9% Jan 11
5
14
Jan
42
Jan 10

5%
1%
13%
3%
25 y4
5

9% Mar 29
Mar 1
Mar 6
4% Mar 1
34% Mar 30
7l/2 Mar 22
10y2 Mar 17
18Yb Mar 13
7Vb Mar 20

2
17

Mar 22

9
Mar 20
20% Mar 9
19% Mar 16
4% Mar 22
6
Mar 28
1% Mar 21
ll3/4 Mar 24
46 >/2 Mar 17
47% Mar 30
24 y2 Mar 30
11% Mar 23
2
Mar 14
1 Vb Mar 30
8
Mar 7

4

7Yb Jan
9
38% Mar 30
53
Mar
1
8Y4 Mar 30
17
Mar 27
4% Mar 3
34% Mar 6

'

Mar 24
2% Mar 17
6Yb Mar 9
11% Mar 10
25
Mar 21
4% Mar 30
57y2 Mar 3

3

4% Jan

95
Feb 27
3
20% Jan
3
1% Jan
4
Jan 16
3
% Jan

6% Mar 15

Mar

18% Jan 26
12% Jan
9
5
Jan 13

5
89 V* Jan
8% Feb 24
3
35
Jan

5

56

82% Mar 8
5% Mar 23
6
Jan 30
82
Jan 30

9% Jan 25

2Ya Mar 1
4% Mar 1
Vt Mar 22

7

16% Feb 24
13% Feb 21
12% Feb 28

4
x3% Jan
6
Jan 30
45% Feb 13
3% Jan 23

Mar" 17

15% Mar 23
15% Mar 21

7% Mar 22
15 Yb Mar 22

31
21

5% Jan

1

Mar

7

3
Jan
5
Jan
Jan 10
Jan 13
Feb 14

12% Jan

30

31

5

Sale

29
30

9

19
4

24%
10Y4

Mar

23
6

Mar
Mar
Mar

Sale

11%

4

1
8
7

1

4
Feb 21
3
5Y4 Jan
3
26% Jan
4
43
Jan
3
4% Jan
5
10% Jan
4
4 Vb Jan
30
Mar 15
3
2
Jan
3
% Jan
3
16 y4 Jan

3
6

3

9% Mar 30
IOYb Mar 10
7% Mar 27
10y4 Jan
3

Feb

3y4 Feb

Mar 27

4Y2 Mar
34 Y4 Mar
2% Mar
»/2 Mar
19 Yb Mar
26 % Mar
9 Yb Mar

26%
2%
4 V*
Y8

Mar
4% Mar
15% Mar

4%

41 y8
47

17

9% Mar

3
4

Jan

Feb 28

70

3

8% Jan

95
Mar 1
15
Mar 30
41 y2 Mar
1

— —

ifW

6

Mar 1
Mar 8
Mar 1
Mar 15
2% Mar 1
Yb Mar 1
17Y4 Mar 2
17% Mar 1
6% Mar 13

93'/2 Mar 23
8l/2 Mar 1
38% Mar 24

Sale
Sale
Sale

7% Mar 30

76%
3%
4%
55
13%

6

94 %
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

lb

Jan 12
Jan 12
3
Jan
x8
Mar 10
10 V* Feb 16

7% Mar 9
38% Mar 30
53
Mar 1
8% Mar 30

6%
11%
4y4
30

4

Feb

8%
4%
10%
9%

2

7% Mar
14% Mar

1%

8

9

Jan

86% Mar 29
27 y8 Mar 3
84% Feb
3

3% Jan

7Yb Mar 10
77% Mar 20
27% Mar 30
12% Mar 17

7
1

6%
Sale
Sale
Sale
11 Yb
Sale
Sale
54%
Sale
Sale

145

7

1

2

Sale

8~?g

Mar

lu

3
3
6

4% Jan

Mar 22
Mar 22
Mar 16
Mar 6

55

Sale

8ya Feb

20% Feb 27
4y2 Jan 13

Mar 30

5

6V2 Mar 24
69
Mar 30
6
Mar 29
27
Mar 17

%

Jan

Mar
Jan
Mar
Feb

83% Jan
22% Jan
Jan
79

Mar 30
Mar 10
Mar 27
Mar 7

Sale
6Yb
Sale
Sale
Sale

2%
4%

~3%

5

Sale
Sale

97 %
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
6A

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

27
24
16
16
4% Mar 20
71% Mar 30

Jan 16
6% Jan 13

9Ya Mar

51 Vb Mar

Sale

14%
3%
18%
11%

4
3

Jan
Jan

131

3

14% Mar
-

V

15%
4%
34

2% Mar 27

3
Jan 27
i9y8 Jan 13
3% Jan
3

82 y2 Mar 8
5% Mar 23

Mar 30
3% Mar 2
5»/4 Mar 3
66% Mar 14

Sale

Sale
Sale

29

79

6
33

8

Mar
Mar

10 V* Mar

4

Sale
Sale

4%
%

Mar 10

Sale

2%
%

95%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

x8

Bale

Sale
Sale
Sale

9%
10%
7%
9%
7%
15%
15 V*
13 y4
12 y8

3
14
3
2
9

Mar
Mar

6

Sale

93%
22%
1%
4%

l
8

8%
5%
12%
12%

Sale
Sale
Sale

38%

~9%Mar

1

6y8 Mar
7Ys Mar
5y4 Mar

4%

33%

35%

7ya Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale
8%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

8%
3y«
50%
6%

20

3% Mar 28

67

73
Sale

Sale

31

91
10

Mar 30
79
5% Mar 2

Sale

29

6%
50%
3%
9%

23%

Sale

13%
4%
32

4

Sale

2
16
23

30
21
23
20
138
Mar 22
86 y2 Mar 29
27 Vis Mar 3
83
Mar 17
7% Mar 30

Mar 23
Mar 27

Sale
Sale

4'/8

Sale
Sale

Sale
6%
Sale
4y„

Mar 16
Mar
7
Mar
7
Mar 27

Mar 30

Sale

Sale

1

Mar

131
84

Sale

Sale

3% Mar
18% Mar
10% Mar
4% Mar
71% Mar
7% Mar
20% Mar
4 Vb Mar

20% Mar 23
3% Mar 1

Sale

6%

.Sale

3
7% Jan
2% Jan 10
6
12% Jan

75
26%
10%

Sale

2

14% Mar 27

14
8%
3%
62%
7

Sale
86

26%
81'/a
7%

2% Feb 15
7
1% Feb

Ssle
Prlees

Ssle
Prices

Sale
Prices

8

Sale
20%
Sale

4%
11%
4yi

4

1

7%
20%
3%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

5%

Corp_20c

Sale
Sale
Sale

68

66%
7%

4%
7%

Sale

3Y2 Mar 28
2% Mar 27

Mar 1
2% Mar 16

Sale
Sale
16
Sale

Angio-Lautaro Nitrate Corp
"•
"A"
shares
2.40

Bailey St Selburn OH St Oas
97,500
16,750

8
3
14
9%
4%

Anglo Amer Exploratlon.4.75

3,120

146,100
14,600

Sale

16!
12 y,

Angostura-Wupperman

Mar 10
1% Mar 1

Sale

7%
2%
12%
8%
3%
52%
6%
19%
3%

Highest

3

3%

2»/4

Anacon Lead Mines Ltd
20c
Anchor Post Products Inc
2
Andrea Radio Corp
1

111,200
488,400

117,700

3%

76%

•

29,500
29,800

Sale
Sale

100

Anthony Pools Inc
Apollo Industries Inc

150

-

3ys
1%

1

12.50

Mfg Co

Ask

Sale
Sale

3%
9%
4%
10%
10
10%
10%

Ambassador Oil Corp
1
American Beverage Corp
1
American Book Co
20
Amer
Business Systems
•
American Electronics Inc
1
Amer
Inter Aluminum—25c
American Israeli Paper Mills
Ltd American shares
tl
American MARC Inc
50c

Bid

Ask

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest

Lowest
Stale
Prices

March 30
Closing or
Bid
Ask

3V«
1%

25c
Precision ProducU_l
Wire common
10

Anken Chem St Film

113,800
303,000

Bid

Construction Corp cl A

Appalachian Power—
83,100
81,400

Opening or

Par

5,400
274,800

810

March 1

Opening or

Aberdeen Petroleum cl A
1
Acme Hamilton Mfg Corp.lOc
Acme Missiles &

Acme

-PRICES IN MARCH-

Price Jan. 3,
1961

-

4i| Jan
14 V* Mar

17% Feb
3% Jan
4% Feb
M Jan

4% Jan
24Ya Jan
31

Jan

15

Jan

5% Jan
1 Va Jan

3
2
21
6

2

17

6V*
34%
7%
10y2
18Ys
7Yb
7
15 y4

Jan
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
15% Feb
56

9
20%
x19Yb
4%
6

8
3
19
9
16
4
3

tt Jan

6

1a
ll3/4
46 y2
47%
24%
11%
2

3
3

6% Jan

Feb 28
Mar 6

IYb
Y

8

Mar

13
30
22
17
13
20
22
23
23
3

Mar 20
Mar 9
Jan
5
Mar 22
Mar 28
Feb 17
Mar 24
Mar 17
Mar 30
Mar 30
Mar 23
Mar 14
Mar 30
Mar 7

April, 1961

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

Aggregate Sales
in

March
8hares

Shares

15,000
7,800
9,600

American

Since
Jan. 1

32,000
42,900
18,800
39,900
161,500

17,800
79,000
24,900
2,150
61,500
17,800

Stock

STOCKS
Beau

610

88,200
18,300
10,900

209,600
28,700
19,100
351,700

159,400
13,900
900

3,900

135,300
19,600
1,900

2,200
8,000

192,700
186,200
2,500
10,500
13,800
16,400

17~ 2 00
123,000
37,700
2,700
8,400
46,000
100

13,200
65,200
35,600

10,500
70,300
9,000
36,600

342,600

44,700
300

5,800

Bobbie

Inc
*
Bohack (H C) Co common-*
5%% prior cum pfd—100
Borne Chemical Co Inc—1.50
Bourjois Inc
1
Brad Foote Gear Works
20c
Brazilian Tr Lt A Pwr ord—•
Breeze Corp common
1

110,700

43,300
3,400
31,150
277,700
80,400

Brillo Mfg Co common

340,200
10,000
40,100
36,100
26,700
49,300
374,000

60,700

4,400
24,800
92,300
3,500
45,900

1,400
3,000
56,000
109,300
159,800

600

9.100

140,600
267,200
307,000

870
225

1,880

9.300

31,800

1,200
1,050
6.800

2,250
2,700

2,600

26,900
12,500
74,700
8,000
29,000

775

12,300
5,900

950

18,200
22,000
5,800

98,900
92,800
393,800
35,300
49,700
3,900
4,000

78,200
74,000
18,300
For

Sale

13%

Sale

11%
6%

Sale
Sale

16%
15%
6%

3%

3%
2%

3%
2V»

Sale
Sale

14%

1
2.50

Hill (The) Co
Mines Ltd—

dep rets ord
A

2y»
12%
2%
7%

7

13%

Sale

10%
8%

11%
9 y8

Sale

10%
8%
1%
13%
10%

■iVx
9%

1%
16%
12%

13%
Sale

3s 6d

A

Sale

25c

6%
2%
20 Vb

Sale

2%
Sale

2
28

15

Sale

i«il'4

14

Sale

18%

Company Inc

•
10c

50
50
1
5

Va
8%

Ltd

Canada Sou Petroleum vtc_l
Can Dredge A Dock Co
•
Can Homestead Oils
10c
Canadian Husky Oil Ltd
_1
Canadian Indus Gas Ltd—

Capital

Sale
Sale
61%

56%

Va

Sale

3
32 y8

211

Sale

Sale
Sale

56
3%

12

15

14
1

%

%

4ft

Sale

312
6%
4%

Sale

Capital Cities Broadcast—1
Capital City Products
5

10%

100
pfd__100
iral Securities Corp
1
Conv pref $1.40 series B_*
Conv pref $1.50 series
•
Century Electric Co com 10
3.50%

preferred

22
5

13

Sale
Sale

11%

Cent Pwr A Lt 4%

7%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

13%
13%

23

1

.

6%

22 Va

Sale

66%
101

Sale
103

ft

6
Sale

H

6Vb
82

104

%

5%

5%
9%

10

13%
65%
1%

13%
Sale
Sale
Sale

65

67

5

81% 82
Sale
14%
23
23V«
26% 27%
Sale
5%

6
10

ft

15%
6%
72

1%

Sale

4%

27,600
289,600

Cinerama Inc
Circuit Foil Corp
Clark Cable Corp
Clark Controller Co
Clarostat Mfg Co Inc

374,600

Clary Corporation

Chromalloy Corp

Claussner Hosiery Co

Clayton St Lambert Mfg
Clopay Corporation

1
10c
lc

25c
10c
1

1
1

10
4
1

Club Aluminum Products
•
Coastal Caribbean Oils
10c
Cockshutt Farm Equip Co
•
Cohu Electronics Inc
1
Colonial Corp of Amerlca.1
Colonial Sand A Stone Co_l
Commercial Metals Co
5
Community Pub Service
10

.

26%
5%

Sale
Sale

38

Sale

16%
12%
9%

Sale
Sale
Sale

15%

10%
7%
2%
4%

10%
Sale

11
9

1

13%
7%
21%
13%
9%
30

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

29

Vtc ext to 1965

footnotes,

see

page

39

1

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

15

5%
11%
13
15 %

Sale
Sale
24

23%

Sale
5%
90%
Sale
103
105

ft
6

15

68 %
82%
17%

25%
29%
8%
8%

1%
14%
62%
24%
1

6%
28%
14%
45%

Sale
•

12%

10 >/4
3%
4%

10%

35

10

2M Mar 28

9%

Sale

11%

Sale

9

Sale

50r.

4%

10%
4%

Sale
Sale

1%
14
33

17%
10%
37%

17%
1234
4%

Mar

Mar

2

6% Mar

8

.

3ft Mar

3

Mara 28
Mar
1
Mar
9
Mar 3
Mar 1
Mar 14

13

Mar 2
21% Mar 8
5% Mar 24
81
Mar
1
102 % Mar 10

Mar 1
Mar
1
143/4 Mar 14

Sale

6% Mar 15

Mar
Mar

38%

10
35

Mar
Mar

Sale
sale
Sale

11% Mar 8
9% Mar 9
4% Mar 23

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

13
9

Mar 22
Mar 9
Mar
Mar
Mar

18

Feb 21

15% Feb 20
7
Feb 23
4% Mar 9
16 % Feb 24
4% Feb 24
11% Mar 9
12% Mar 10
9% Mar 17
2% Mar 16
16% Mar 9
12% Mar 1

3

19% Feb

13% Jan

3

2% Jan
38% Jan

4

20% Mar 3
4% Mar 20
22% Mar 22

3
56
Mar 30
47 % Jan
6
56
Jan
4
2» Feb
6
32 % Jan
3
Jan

28%

3

Mar"29

~2% Jan
Jan

3
10

U Jan 11
4ft Jan 3

Jan
3
Feb 21
Jan 13
Feb 24
9

62
51

Jan 19
Feb
2
59% Mar 22
3% Mar 10
34% Mar 28

8ft Feb 27
29

Feb

2

3% Jan
6
15% Feb
2
1% Feb
8
7% Mar 20

3

3ii Jan

3

9
6
Mar
2
11% Mar 30
% Mar 27
13% Mar 1
16% Mar 23
23% Mar 29
6% Mar 1
92
Mar 30
105
Mar 3

6% Jan
4% Jan

4
4

16% Mar

7% Jan
% Jan

3

11%
%
13%
16%

Mar
Mar
Feb
Mar

92

Mar 30
Mar 3

6% Mar 3.
10% Mar 14
15"% Mar 6
Mar 24
74% Mar 9
1% Mar 17
8

70
83%
18%
26
30
10%
8%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

15
17
6
3
30
9
27

lft Mar 20
14%
64%
25%
1%
6%
31

Mar 29
Mar 10
Mar 6
Mar 10
Mar 23
Mar 3
15
Mar 30
46% Mar 30
93/4 Mar 24
21 % Mar 28
19% Mar 22
15 % Mar 22

12% Mar 27

3%
4%
1%
12%
9%
27%
15%

7!i Mar 20

Jan

3
11% Jan 3
9% Jan 20
21% Mar 8
5
65

102

10%
4%
5%
1%
16%
14 %
33 %
18%
11 %

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

17
22
24
1

16
30
30
30
3

38% Mar 28
19% Mar 22
12% Mar 30
5% Mar 23

Jan
Jan
Jan

3
5
10

Jan
6
10

Mar 22
9
2

%
10%
2%
29%

1% Mar 21
7% Mar 20
7% Mar
16% Mar

10

3
Jan
3
Jan 23
Jan
4

2

Mar 14

16

ft Jan

13

183/4 Mar
14% Mar
11% Mar
10% Mar
83/4 Mar

Sale

15%

Mar 14
Mar 3
59% Mar 22

29

68
Mar 28
82
Mar 10
16 Va Mar 1
25
Mar 1
28
Mar 15
7% Mar 6
7% Mar
1
Mar
12% Mar
54% Mar
24% Mar
% Mar
41/4 Mar
27% Mar
63/4 Mar
36
Mar
6% Mar

11%

1%
13%
9%
29%
15%

3

20% Mar 3
4% Mar 20
22% Mar 22

28% Mar 29

Sale
83%
Sale
26
Sale
8%
8%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

11%

5

Mar

3% Mar 10
34% Mar 28

1
1

65% Mar 23
1% Mar 1

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

6%
1%
19%
14%

Mar 1
Mar 14
Mar 17
Mar 13

61
50

Sale
Sale
Sale

173/4
14%

8%
20 %

Jan
3
Jan
3
Jan
5
Jan 10
Jan
3
4
Jan
Jan
5

U

5%

7%
73%
1%

1

Jan

2%
7%
10%
8%
1%
13%
10%

8

22

9

12

7% Mar 24

28
Sale

3ft

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

25c

5

30

26

n
Sale

1

4%

19

Compo Shoe Machinery—
Compudyne Corp
Connelly Containers

Sale
Sale
Sale
23
Sale
Sale
Sale

Mar

Feb

8ft Jan 13

3% Mar 9
113/4 Mar 9
12% Mar 10
9% Mar 17
2% Mar 16
16% Mar 9
12% Mar 1

Mar
Mar

6%
12%
4%
9%
14
11%

9%

9

9% Mar

Mar 27
Mar 3
Mar 30

211

Sale

Sale

3%

59
50
56

34

7%
39%

11%

20% Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
7%

23%
%

2
1

17% Mar 27
3% Mar 6

7ft

25

55%
24 %
%

Mar

13%

Sale

Sale

7%
3%
27 %

3

15% Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale

16%

7%
1%

26

"~4t

Sale

43%
22%
11
3%

2

7

35

Mar

A Mar
8% Mar
1% Mar

3%

34%

6
7

1% Mar 1
16% Mar 9
11% Mar 13

Sale
Sale

823/4

7

9

Mar 22

10

»/4
93/4
2%
29%
16%

8% Mar
11% Mar

1%
6%

69%

29%

51
Sale

Mar
Mar

Sale
Sale

81

Chesebrough Pond's Inc
Chicago Rivet A Machine
Chief Consol Mining Co
Christiana Oil Corp




Sale

60
50

6c

Carnation Co com
5.50
Carolina Pwr A Lt $5 pfd_*
Carreras Ltd—
Amer dep rets B ord
Carter (J W) Co common-1
Casco Products Corp
•
Castle (A M) A Co
10
Catalln Corp of America
1
Cenco Instruments Corp
1
Central Hadley Corp
1
Cent Maine Power Co—

16%
ny8

63
50

7%
%

Carey Baxter A Kennedy—1

SaltSale
16%
Sale

2

60
49
58

1

Canal-Randolph Corp

15

62
48
Sale

*

10

13% Mar 10
3% Mar 2

60
46

2.50

stock

Canadian Javelin Ltd
Canadian Marconi Co
Canadian Petroflna pfd
Can Wllllston Minerals

5

Sale
Sale
Sale
13

17%

28
Sale
17

35% Mar 30

6% Jan

4%

3ft

29
14
28
18
29

3% Jan

6%

Sale

26

Mar
Mar
Mar
Jan
Mar

3
3
3

Sale
Sale

28
Sale

4%
6%
34%
40%
2%

13% Jan
11% Jan

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

28%

9
3
30
Jan
4
32
Feb 24
2
Jan 13
29% Jan
3

21% Mar 2
27% Mar 10
2Va Mar 23

17% Mar. 3
15% Mar 1
7
Mar 13
4% Mar 9

ft

27%

x3% Jan
4ys Jan

Feb 16
Feb 28
Mar 23

16% Mar 17
14% Mar 13
x6% Mar 3
3% Mar 1

9%
2%
27%
15%

25
26
212

3
3

Jan
1% Jan

47
99

17%
Sale
Sale
Sale
3%

Sale

4%

3

Jan
Jan

17
14%

Sale

Sale

15% Jan
19

28

Feb
Jan

Jan 10
Mar 20
Mar 29
Jan 31

14% Mar 13

12%
9%

7%

95% Jan

3
14
6
5
3
3

3
3

11%

3%
26%

8%
5%
8%
48ya

Jan

6% Jan
12% Jan

14%
3%
9%

4%

3%
3%
8%
35

7}$ Mar 20
14% Mar 13

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

25

1
6

2>/4

5ft
3%

7% Mar 28

1

7
13

22 %

1

Feb

Sale
Sale

Sale

34

6

22% Mar 30

3

Sale

3%

3

34% Jan

4%

Sale

1
18 y8 Mar 1
21 % Mar
1
1% Mar 6
4
Mar 7
5% Mar 3
32% Mar 21
32 V4 Mar 30
2'A Mar 15
33% Mar 7

Jan

14% Jan 17

Sale

3%

16%

97% Mar

8%
5%
8y2
46 y2
45%
99
21%
27% Mar 10
2Va Mar 23
4% Mar 29
6% Mar 14
34% Mar 28
36
Mar 6
2% Mar 29
35% Mar 30

48

4Va Mar 27
13
Feb 20
12% Mar 27
50% Feb 24
19% Mar 22

9% Mar
39% Feb

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

7

Mar

*

1
22
28
2
Mar 20 "
Mar 29
Mar 1
Mar 30 "
Mar 6
Mar 23
Mar 2

3% Mar 3
8
Jan 31
9% Jan 3

9
38% Mar 14

3%

185,800
9,400
48,100
333,900

155,300

Sale

40

4y8 Mar 27
30
27

11 y8 Mar
12% Mar
50% Mar
19% Mar
7% Mar
24 y2 Mar

9% Mar 27
9% Mar 27
35 % Mar 29

21 %

13

151,600
58,400

17%

Sale
Prices

3% Mar 3
9% Mar 10
10% Mar 1
48 y8 Mar 27
16 Va Mar 2
6y8 Mar 9
22% Mar 30
4% Mar 1
3% Mar 9
8% Mar 1
38 Va Mar 6

-1

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Priees
Prices

Highest

7%
14%

•

Sale

12%

132,500
136,100
14,000
22,600

Sale
Sale

li
9%

Sale

if

51,100
11,400
599,600
165,600
593,300

9%
35%

9ft

38

2%

12 %

3,400
24,400

9%

18%

Sale
Sale

73.500
36.100

914

2y8

Chamberlln Co of Amer_2.50
Charter Oil Co Ltd
1
Cherry-Burrell Corp com
5

241,900
65,100
157,300
677,400 1,204,200
41,300
87,000
195,000
195,000
11,900
157,700
229,500

Sale
Sale
Sale

6ft

Mines

148,200

8%
45Va
42 Va
98 Va 100
19
Sale
24%
Sale
Sale
2'A
4% Sale
5% Sale
Sale
33
32% Sale
2% Sale
Sale
35%

Sale

13

Canada Bread Co Ltd com.*
Canada Cement Co Ltd
•
6%% preference
20

250

3,700
3,100

*

35%
2%
34%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

7
5

33%

4%
5%

Sale
Sale

12%
48%
17%
7%
22%

Sale
Sale

CampbeU Chlbougamau

74,500

1~200

4%
4y«
30%
40%

2

Sale
Sale

preferred
6% preferred
Calvan Consol Oil A Gas
Camden Fire Insurance

392~i00

21,300
1,030

2

9ft
9ft

$2.50

265,500

25,900

20%

33

Sale
Sale

16

X44%
97%
18 Va
21 %

37 Va

Calif Eastern Aviation

1,550

105,100
169,800
1,575
7,200

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

95%

2
29

8%
43

8%

California Electric Power 1
$3.00
preferred
50

11.200

8%
36 %
28 y2

4

Sale

143,000
1,000

62,000
100,500

5

16%
6%
23 %
4%

4%
11 y8

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
24 Va
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

34%

Calgary & Edmonton Ltd

23.100
117,900
867,300 1,446.900
96,100
167,200
27,900
53,500

Sale
Sale
Sale
8%
Sale

3%
10%
10%
50%

Ask

9

102,800
495,100

47,000

16%
6Y*
24%
3%

Bid

9%

Burroughs (J P) & Son Inc.l
Burry Biscuit Corp
12Vic
Butler's Shoe Corp
,_1

230,500
93,000

36.600

48

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Opening or

8%

Bunker
Burma
Amer
Burnell

175,300
114,200
19,200

134~6OO

3%
8%
10

-PRICES IN MARCHMarch 30
Lowest
Scale
Closing or
Bid
Ask
Prices

March 1

£1
£1

Buffalo-Eclipse Corp

{".756

440

dep rets ord bear
dep rets ord reg

Price Jan. 3,
1961
Opening or
Bid
Ask

British Columbia Power
•
British Petroleum Co Ltd—
American dep rets reg
£1
Brown Company common
1
Brown Forman Distillers—
Class A common
30c
Class B common
30c
4% cum preferred
10
Brown Rubber Co com
1
Bruck Mills Ltd class B
•
BSF Company
66%c
Buckeye (The) Corp
1
Budget Finance Plan
50c
60c conv preferred
9
6% serial preferred
10
Buell Die A Machine Co
1

406,600

U00

8.300

•

Am
Am

9.000
3,250

1,125
4,000

1

British American Oil Co
British Amer Tob Ltd—

16,400

2,700

——

•
1

Britalta Petroleums Ltd

1,100

85,200

Brooks

Bridgeport Gas Co

7,000
10,300

100
650

750

,50c
1

Brummel Ties Inc

Beck (A 8) Shoe Corp com_l
Bell Telephone of Canada.25
Be lock Instrument Corp
50c
Benrus Watch Co Inc
1
Bickford's Inc common
1
Birdsboro Corporation
4
Blauner's common
3
Biumenthal (S) A Co com_l

204,500

340

Par

Bearings Inc.

35,300
7,000
92,300
24.200

1,300
66,400
59,800

Exchange

31

4

5% Jan 16
10

Jan

13% Jan
5
61

Jan
Jan

3
4
3
4

"1% Jan 19
65

Jan

4

80% Jan 24.
14% Jan 11
23

26%
5%
63/4
%
113/4
42%
23

Jan
Jan

12

Jan

3
10

6

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan

17

Jan

4

5
4
19

%
11
3%
4
25%
3
4%
4
33% Jan 17
6% Mar 1
16% Feb 10
12

8% Feb
3
10% Jan 31
7

Jan

2% Jan

3
3

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan

3
30
3
3
3
26
3

7%
19%
13%
9

29%

4

8% Jan 23
8% Jan 31
4

Jan

10

7}£ Feb 27
6

Mar

9
2

30

27
28
23
25
Jan 27
6% Feb 27
105

ft Jan 4
6% Mar 3
10% Feb 13
15% Mar 6
8
Mar 24
78% Feb 23
1% Mar 17
70

Mar 15

83% Mar 17
18% Mar 6
26
Mar 3
30
Mar 30
10 % Mar 9
8% Mar 27

lft Feb 2\
14% Mar 29
64% Mar 10
25% Mar 6
1% Mar 10
6% Mar 23
31
Mar 3
15
Mar 13
46% Mar 30
9% Mar 4
21% Mar 28
19% Mar 22
15% Mar 22
12% Feb
8
10% Mar 17
4% Mar 22
5% Mar 24
1% Jan 18
16% Mar 16
14% Mar 30
33% Mar 30
18% Mar 30
11% Jan 17
38% Mar 28
19% Mar 22
12% Mar 30
5% Mar 30

Aggregate Sales

American

,

in
March

Since'
Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

325,000
44.400
82,900
13,200
557,700

130,800
20,200
39,400

2,500

295,700
52,900
177,700
10,600
13,100

Consol
Consol
Consol
Consol

82,100

159,500
202,600
925,900 1,195,900
7,800
5,100
44,650
22,300
100
200

500

10,100
21,500
1,300

15,000

48,200

4,300
69,500
89,400

92,700
15,910

100

50
800

72,400

190,500

4,300

7,000

Class B
Coro Inc

Crane

Creole

22,200
25,400

2,700

7,400

3,900

12,700
42,800
166,800

42,800
68,500
22,800

79,600
900

200

180,000
2,200
117,900
1,225
75,500
91,700

8,100
270,400
4,000
212,500
2,475
196,400
281,400

50

50

70,600
380,600
1,400
38,900
6,300

157,600
549,100
3,700
88,800
15,700

4,800

3,700
12,400

10,200
28,900

900

1,700
15,000
51,200

7,800

20,500
364,300

537,000

22,000

26,900

1,900

4,100

3,900

22,500

100

225
475

18%

•

54
9y8

Sale

Sale
31

Sale
Sale
Sale

8%
6

32%
10%

Sale
Sale
Sale

reg—10s

411
9%

5A

5
12 y4

1% 1st
Distillers Co Ltd—
Am dep rets ord

Diversey

(The)

32.50
1
Oil Company
1~

Ltd
Draper Corp common
Drilling <Sz Exploration

Dow

•

Brewery

Harris Co
5
Fair-Community Drug-l
Duke Power Company
•
Dunlop Rubber Co Ltd—
Amer dep rets ord reg 10s
Duraloy (The) Company
1
Driver

cl B com

5

9%

411

Sale
Sale
17%
10%
Sale
10%

n%

33%
8%
9y2

33%
Sale
Sale

•

n

13%
36

lOVa
10%
45
31 y2

25

Sale
53

212
3%

3%
Sale

11%
28%
14%
54

3A
4y8
5%

6

5

27%

Duro-Test Corp common
1
Duval Sulphur & Potas Co_*

17%
n%
16 y8

Sale
Sale

10%
52%

26
8

33
33

28%
Sale

Sale
3%
Eastern Freight Ways
20c
changed
Eastern Malleable Iron Co—Name
33
33%
Eastern (The) Company—25
22% 23 y4
Eastern States Corp com
1

Dynamics Corp of

$7
$6
Edo

America_l

preferred series A
preferred series B

3%

172
180
152% 158

•

•

Corporation common

Assistance

100

Communicatlons-l
Electron Research Assoc.lOc
Electronic Specialty Co 50c

9,170

19,570
59,800
7,400

$2 conv
Erie Forge
6% conv

35,500
84,700
30,700

Ero

Electronic & Missile—
Facilities
25c
Electronics Corp of Amer—1
El-Tronics Inc
—*
Emery Air Freight Corp
20c
Empire Dist Elec 5% pfd-100

Empire National Corp
Equity Corp common

preferred

& Steel Corp

1st preferred

Manufacturing Co
Espey Mfg & Electronics
Esquire Inc

1
10c

1
1
10
1

1

—1

Esquire Rad & Electron_10c
Ltd
$1 or 25c
Eureka Pipe Line
10
Exquisite Form Indus
10c

Eureka Corp

Corp
-.,1
Factor (Max) & Co cl A
1
Fairchild Camera & Instr
1
Fajardo Eastern Sugar Assoc
Fabrex

beneficial int___l
preferred
i_30

Com shs

S2

Seaboard Drilling_l%
Fanny Farmer Candy Shops I
Faraday tTran Minea Ltd
1

Falcon

For footnotea. see page

39.

Sale

21

1%
Sale

25%
15%

i6 y2

25%
17%

Sale
Sale

10%
13%

Sale
Sale

23%
94y4

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

12%
4%

Sale

47%

Sale

3%

Sale

6%
6%
17%
19%

7%

A
10%
5%

6%

32%
141%
32

29

5%
17

1%

1

4y4
7%

Sale

21

3%

A

Sale
11
Sale

11%

Sale
Sale
Sale

43%

Sale

Sale

11%
14%
38y8
10%
10%
44%
34V4
18%
26%
15%
55

11%
Sale
36%
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

12%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

3A

Sale

4V'B

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
6s, 'a

6%
34%
34%

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

5%
33%
99% 102
Sale
19%
4% Sale
52% Sale

7%
20%

Sale
29%
Sale
Sale

Sale

17%

12
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

7y8

21

12

11% Sale
5% Sale
to The Eastern Company
44
45
39%
Sale
Sale
27
31
Sale
184%
178
178
185
174%
165
165
175
Sale
35%
Sale
26%
Sale
1%
Sale
1 Ya
Sale
29 y8
Sale
30 y8
Sale
21 y4
16% Sale
Sale
44%
Sale
37 Ya
Sale22%
Sale
22%
16% Sale
Sale
13
Sale
20
16% Sale

9%
3%

11

Sale

5%

5%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

20%

Sale

8%

~9

10%

3%

45

23

Sale

13%
9%

Sale
19%

Sale

155
Sale
8% Sale
Sale
7%
Sale
ii

Sale

8%

33%
150
14

5%

10%

4

12 y8

26%
8%

•
Co—1

Drug

Durham Hosiery

28%
145%
12%
8y4

11

$2 preferred
Dorsey (The) Corp

Douglas

3

ii y4

~8%

7.50

Dorr-Oliver Inc com

9%

6%
16%
10 y8
14%
9%

1

Corp

Dixilyn Corp class A
4
Dixon Chem & Research—1
Dome Petroleum Ltd
2.50
Dominion Bridge Co
•
Dominion Steel & Coal ord_*
Dominion Tar & Chem Ltd-*
Dominion Textile Co Ltd
•

356,000
818,500

299,700

22

9%
97/a

102,200
409,200

48,100

5%
10%

Sale
io y4

790

18,700
157,500

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

9ya
9%

111,300

183

14%
13%
7y8

7%

Quality

150

23,100

Sale
Sale
Sale

6

6%
146 y2

Sale

7%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

39

Sale

31%
6%
20%

-

9%
13%
7
34%
100

23%
5%
58%

1A

Sale
Sale
103

Sale

Sale
Sale

4%
7%

Sale

9ya
19%

Sale
Sale

22%
5%

Sale
Sale

A

Sale

~6
9%
53
165

21% Mar 2
1% Mar 3
8
Mar 10
2 Ya Mar 20
2% Mar 7
7% Mar 3
liy8 Mar 10
5y4 Mar 1
24% Mar 13
18% Mar 1
Corp (Effective March 8)
iy8 Mar 14
% Mar 1
18% Mar 22
8% Mar 1
49
Mar 30
40% Mar 3
9% Mar 13
8
Mar 23
16%
15%
14 Ya
16%
19%
7%

Mar 14

Mar 21
Mar 21
Mar 28
Mar 10

5% Mar

2y4 Mar
37

7%
18 y8
89
4%
8%

1
1
2

7%
22%

IB

3
3
10% Jan 13
5% Feb 24
14% Jan 13
3
% Jan
6% Feb 17
40% Mar 3
3
7% Jan

8

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

8% Jan
8% Jan
6% Jan

6% Mar 21
12% Mar 9
22
Mar 30
9
Mar 27
6
Mar 14
32% Mar 30
11 Va Mar 21
4y8 Mar 30
35
Mar 21
150 Ya Mar 28
15
Mar 6
9
Mar 17
8% Mar 21

8% Mar
9% Mar

2

178

25% Mar""!
1A Mar 9

28% Mar 27
16% Mar 15
32
Mar 7
20% Mar 8
11% Mar 17
16
Mar 1
8

Mar

10% Mar
5% Mar
32 Ya Mar
98 Ya Mar

19%
4%
52%
4%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

1
1
1
3
6
1

8
1
1

7% Mar 10

6% Mar 17
Mar 7

19
21

3%
A
11%
5%
6%

10%
14%
10%
10%
33%

sya
9
45

26%
8%
22%
10%
50%

Mar 1
Mar 1
Mar 1
Mar 1
Mar 20
Mar 1

39%' Mar 10
143% Mar 1
30

Mar 15

Mar 10

6% Mar
19% Mar
1% Mar

Jan
Jan

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan

3
1
1

6
3
5
4

21
14
30

26

Jan

33% Jan

Mar 21

36% Mar 29
1A Mar 23
30 Ya Mar 1
24
Mar 27
45% Mar 30
25% Mar 16
16% Mar 30
20% Mar 27
10% Mar 21
13% Mar 30
7% Mar 15
38% Mar 22
101
Mar 16
24% Mar 20

1

59
Mar 29
5y8 Mar 16
8ya Mar 22
9y2 Mar 27

22
Mar 17
23% Mar 3
5% Mar 29
A Mar 1
Mar

8
8

13% Mar 30
10% Feb 16
20% Mar 15
12% Mar 23
18% Mar 24
12% Mar 20
16y4 Mar 24
38 Ya Mar 30
11% Feb 24
11
Feb
8
45
Mar 6
35
Mar 30
19% Mar 20
28% Mar 1
16
Mar 23
57% Feb
1

3
3
18

Mar 6
Jan
3
Jan
4
Jan
9
Jan 25
Jan 18

7% Jan
3% Jan

6%
9%
57%
172

10% Mar

3% Jan 27
5y4 Jan 11
25% Jan 23

5% Mar

9

Mar 30
9
Mar 27
6% Jan 13
32% Mar 30
11% Mar 21
4% Mar 30
35
Mar 21
150% Mar 28
15
Mar 6
9% Feb 15
8% Mar 21
It Mar 20

SftJan 12

Mar 29
Mar 3

22

12% Mar

10
4
Jan 10

27
7

178

9

Jan 30

5% Jan
4
12% Feb 17
4
Mar 6

45% Mar 21
31
Mar 1

Mar 21

9% Mar
7
22

Jan
4
Mar 16

17

March 13)

39% Mar I
26% Mar 14

15 Ya Mar 14
15% Mar 15

10% Mar

8% Jan
6% Jan

10% Mar 3
Mar 6
Mar 30
19% Mar 20
28% Mar 1
16
Mar 23
55
Mar 30

Mar
Mar
35
Mar
12% Mar
6
Mar

6

4% Jan 12

Mar 10

3%
4%
6%
38 Ya

3
4 ■'
3
15

Jan

10
3

45
35

3 Ya Mar 14
4
Mar 15
5% Mar 1
30
Mar 3
29% Mar 10
9Va Mar 7
3% Mar 1

Feb

17

6% Feb 15
4
9ys Jan

8

5 A Mar 23
12% Mar 24
4
Mar 6
13 Ya Mar 30
9% Mar 30
20% Mar 15
12% Mar 23
18% Mar 24
12% Mar 20
16 y4 Mar 24
38 Ya Mar 30
11

27
1

25% Jan 23
87% Mar 27
14% Mar 6

7% Mar 10
4% Jan 16
3
%
Jan

8

10% Mar
10% Mar

1

Feb

20
15
24
24

23
24
27
16
20
89
Mar 9
5% Feb 20
8% Mar 21

3
3
Jan
Jan 24
9
Jan
4
Jan
Feb 17
3
2
Jan
1
26% Feb
4
137
Jan
3
10% Jan

ii Mar 20

5
Mar 27
10% Mar 13
3
Mar 16
10 y4 Mar 15
8% Mar 8
19% Mar 10
11% Mar 8
15% Mar 1
liy4 Mar 3
12% Mar 6
35 Ya Mar 13
9y4 Mar 1
lOVa Mar 13
45
Mar 6
29y8 Mar 8
11 Va Mar 1
25
Mar 17
13 y4 Mar 16
52% Mar 13

(Effective

5%
7%
16%
6y8
4%
29%
9%

9

6y4Feb
2% Feb
39% Jan
7y4 Mar
18% Mar

3
Jan
Jan 24
3
Jan
Jan 11
4
2% Jan
9
5
Jan
9
16
Jan
19% Jan 17
3
51% Jan
9% Jan 12

15% Mar 15
9% Mar 9

5y8 Mar 3
Mar 2
9% Mar 8
27/8 Mar 2
28
Mar 7
145
Mar 6
12 Ya Mar 1
7% Mar 10
4% Mar 8
% Mar 10

6
Jan 17
4
Jan
Jan 31
4
Jan

29 y4
6%
11 Ya
67

15 Va Mar 14

31

16% Mar
16% Mar
15
Feb
19
Feb
20 Ya Mar
9y8 Mar

Feb

5% Mar 20
3
1% Jan

2

5% Mar 7
10% Mar 30
17% Mar 21
6% Mar 1

9% Feb

Jan 17

6

87% Mar 27
14% Mar 6

7

1% Mar 14
18% Mar 22
49
Jan
4
9% Mar 13

15%
15%
13%
14%
19 Ya

Mar 20
Mar 16
Mar 20
Mar 9
Mar 30
Mar 21

liy8 Mar 7
7y8 Mar 15

13% Feb 27
6% Feb
8
24% Mar 13

6% Jan

6

Mar

25

2

Mar 20
2% Mar 23
8% Feb
8
2% Mar 1
4
Mar 13

25

2% Jan

Mar 13

6

5% Mar 20
2
Mar 1
33% Mar 6
6% Mar 2
15% Mar 1

73% Mar
3% Mar

1A Jan
7
Jan
1% Jan

16% Mar 20
16% Mar 15
15
Mar 7
18% Mar 1
20 Va Mar 27
9y8 Mar 1"

Mar 20

8ya Mar

6
3
3
3
3

20

25

31

32%

31H
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Prices

5% Jan
Jan

2
20
23
3
1
13
29
15
6y8 Mar 13

8y8 Mar
Mar
2% Mar
8% Mar
2% Mar
4
Mar
9
Mar
12% Mar

Mar 14

12 y8 Mar

10%

19%
7y4
5%
30

Prices
7

—

84

Highest

Sale
Prices

Sale
Prices

21% Mar 30
69 Ya Mar 8
9% Mar 1

Sale

6

Sale

Lowest

Highest

Sale
Sale
11%

Sale

10%

Lowest

19

7y8
9%

28
139

Supermar'ts Inc

44,000

129,000
1,833
42,900

7y8
17 y4
21%

com_10e
preferred-.-. .-.,10

Dilbert's

56,600

45,900

Sale
7%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

%

9%

Electronic
Electronic

244,300

512
Sale

6&

Sale

Sale

99,000
122,200

1,590
32,700
24,200
119,300
96,800

5%
2y8
35%
IVa
17%
85 y2
4y2

Sale
20%
Sale

7%

Sale
31

2

1

116,600

9

7%
4it
29

17%
17 y2
Sale
Sale
Sale

13 y8
12 y4

Sale
6
Sale
Sale
7%

5%
7%
16%

16%
16%
14%
17%
19%
7%

71%
9%

Sale

8%
8%
6%

17%
17 y2
Sale

A

54,800




10c
2.50

Electrographic Corp com

263,700
2,160
113,800
61,100
251,800

Sale
Sale
Sale
16
20
Sale
.9%

6%

2%
5%
14

Detroit Industrial Prod
1
Devon-Palmer Oils Ltd—25c

416,800

9,500
32,800
89,300

Sale

Sale
Sale

8%

10%
8%
5ys

118,600

2,700
23,300
19,400

2A

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

66,100

29,900

23

9%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

75,900
115,100

46,700

Sale

6814

27,100
292,200
123,500

40,600

Sale
23%
Sale
Sale
Sale

7%

Sale

2y8 Sale
Sale
36%
7
6%
Sale
15%
Sale
73 y8
Sale
3%
6y4
5%
17 y4 19
•25
23

Sale

11V*

1

122,200
175,100

58,500
54,500
23,500

-

i%

1
1
5

221,900

129.500

Ask

Bid

49

42

6

«A

29 %
6%

Elder Mines & Dev Ltd
Electric Bond & Share

1177500

20
Sale

Sale

6

£1
Carrier Indust
50c
Petroleum common—5

Transit System cl A_20c
Dejay Stores Inc com
50c
Dennison Mfg Co class A—5
8% debenture stock
100
Desilu Productions Inc
1
Detroit Gasket & Mfg Co—1

5,100

iey4
14 va

16%
16 V*
14%
18%
19 y4
8%

ey«

1.50

D C

45,300

1,900

16%

19 %

Daryl Industries Inc
50c
Davega Stores Corp com-2.50
5% preferred
20
Davidson Brothers Inc
1
Day Mines Inc
10c
Dayco Corp class A pref_35

122,400
27,500
169,500
370,600

24,600

com

Cubic Corporation
•
Curtis Mfg Co class A
4
Cutter Laboratories Inc—
Class A common
1
Class B common
—
1
Daitch Crystal Dairies.—50c

780

70,100
14,700
123,100
170,800

Sale
Sale
Sale

15
14
15

5
1
•

$1.12 preferred
Cuban Tobacco common

1,080
38,900
47,000
48,400

210

7%
21%
1%
8ys

15

•

nonvoting

Crystal Oil «fe Land Co

98.400
132,700

420

Sale

9y*
40%,
8%

7%

•

voting

Crowley Milner & Co com

306,400
20,950

30,800

Ask

Sale
Sale
Sale

8ya
47

Crown Cent Petrol (Md)
5
Crown Cork Internat cl A—•
Crown Drug common
25c

161,400
41,200

9,400
36,700
21,800

1A

Courtaulds Ltd—
Am dep rets ord reg

34,400

96,500
17,700
141,100

20

Machine—10c

Corroon <Ss Reynolds
$1 preferred A
Cott Beverage Corp

138,700

83,800
17,400

Sale
Sale
Sale

6%

New

Class A

57,200
7,720

19,500
7,610

March 1
Opening or
Bid

Ask

Bid

Pax

Varnish Co_20
Cooper-Jarrett Inc
1
Corby H. Distillery Ltd —

2,400

29,300
5,360

Opening or

Diesel Elec Corp 10c
Mng <Se Smelt Ltd
*

Cont Vending
Cook Paint &

7,300
186,200
362,000

1,300

1961

RANG! SINCE JAN. 1

* MARCH

PIBICES
March 30
Closing or

Pacific
8y8
Sale
7
Royalty Oil
2%
2% Sale
1% Sale
Consolidated Sun Ray Inc.-1
Sale
3
2% Sale
2% Sale
Construction Products A—1
8% Sale
7% Sale
ey4 Sale
Continental Air Lines
1.25
11% 12
12%
12 y8
Sale
11%
Cont Aviation & Eng Corp.l
Sale
5%
Sale
5 Ya
6%
SYa
Cont Commercial Corp
1
23% Sale
Sale.
19 Ya
Sale
15%
Cont Connector class A
50c
Machine
Continental Industries—Name changed to Continental Vending
Sale
ii
Sale
%
%
Sale
Cont Materials Corp
10c
14% Sale
Sale

700
600

4,800
5,100

,

STOCKS

37,200
26,000

46,000

Price Jan. 3.

Stock Exchange

74,700
528,100

■

EXCHANGE

AMERICAN STOCK

32

7

Mar 2
Mar 29
Mar 21
Mar 15

39% Mar 3
32
Mar 10

8% Mar 22
22% Mar 30
1% Mar 10

3
5

6

3%
4%
6%
38 Ya

Feb 17
Mar 3
Mar 21
Mar 14

Mar 30
12% Mar 27
6
Mar 7

35

45% Mar 21
31
Feb 23
178
Jan 31

Jan
153
19% Jan

4
17
11
4
12

Jan

18

1-fir Mar 23

3
4
15% Jan
Jan 27
24
3
16% Jan
1
9% Feb
12% Jan 30

30 y4 Mar 1
24
Mar 27
45% Mar 30

23 Ya Jan
172% Jan

25 y8 Jan

6
6% Jan
9
Jan 3
5
Jan 30
6
22% Jan
94 Ya Jan

3

5
12% Jan
4
4 Ya Jan
47% Jan 13
3
3% Jan

6% Jan

6%
16%
17%
3%
A
10%

4

Mar 17

Jan 10

4
Jan
Feb 13
3
Jan
Jan 30
5
Jan 16
6% Jan 3
31% Jan 9
6
130
Jan

30
Mar 15
29% Jan 20
5% Jan 4
17
Jan
3
1% Jan 10

165
Feb 10
36% Mar 29

25% Mar 16

16y8 Mar 30
20% Mar 27
10%
13%
7%
38%
101
24%

5%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

21
30
15
22

Mar 16
Mar 20
Mar
1

Mar 29
59
5% Mar 16
8% Mar 22

9% Mar 27
23% Jan 30
23% Mar 3
6% Jan 12
A Jan 17
Mar 7
22
6% Feb 10
9% Mar 29
57% Mar 21
Mar 15
172
40% Feb 21
32
Mar 10
8% Mar 22

22% Mar 30
1% Mar 10

Aggregate Sales
in
March

Shares

135,600
37,600
76,500
70,000
42,200

408,900

19,800
17,500

46,600

168,600
89,600
6,900

347,000
196,200

American
Stock Exchange

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

54,000
171,700
88,200

109,200

31,800

650

18,100
457,800
2,010

4,900
25,000
263,500
5,900
34,700
20,500

42,300
66,000
951,500
33,900
222,800
36,900

800
10

8,200

19,800
22,200
27,400
70,200

172,700

130

550

24,700
42,400
51,100
126,400
1,025

281,700

758,100

2,700
17,900

3.700
40,700

45,200

86,100

125

325

161,100
65,500
7,500

353.500
440.700
23,000

20
475

180

1,250

49,900
10,500

125,300
10,500
195,500

56,900
12,300
14,100
170,000
26,500
9,300

27,800

23,600
305,100
45,400
20,400
28,400
77,400
763,900
34,100
17,200
15,300
64.400
156,400
404,100
34,700
2,150
119,000
87,800

16,100
50,000
241,100
27,300
7,600
6,000
27,700

84,600
272,600
9,200
1.300
62,700

65,900
200
100
21,600
33,700

1,200
700

98.000
100,800
20,900
178,800
149.100

10,700
108,000
55,400

805,100 1,123,500
43,700
27,100
18,300
6,500
39,200
3,200
159,300
44,500
7,500
17,000
167,300
125,700
3,200
8,700
31,700
14,000
2,800
7,800
715,300
502,500
238,600
87,200
158,000

320,300

26,100
16,700

118,400

80,900

232,400

30

240

254,900
17,600
5,400
178,600
1,700
26,200

344,700

85,700
56,400
21,600

114,900
12,000
15,900
155,000
13,100
5,700
32,300

44,300
10,500

Price Jan. 3,
1961
Opening or

STOCKS

Fas

60c conv pfd
Firth Sterling Inc
Fisher & Porter Co
Fishman (M H) Co Inc

22,000
2,825

87,200

8,100

6,400
6,930
47,900

90

540

1,200
26,700

3,300
37,500

960

8,800
2,700
2,500
13,700
85,900
131,600
952,400 1,286,900
37,400
14,400
302.800
133,700

22,500

39.300

45,100

80,700

76.600
31,100 '
21,500
Ftp

178,500
74,000
38,000

Sale
Sale
Sale
3%

Sale
Sale

7%

10c

28

5

Sale

37%

Gatlneau Power Co com
•
5% preferred
100
Gellman Mfg Co common—1
GenJ Acceptance warrants
General Alloys Co
1
General Builders Corp
1
5% conv preferred
25
General Development Corp.l
Genl Elec Co of Gt Brltalr

104

98

2%
Sale

1%
4%

Giant Yellowknlfe Mines—
Gilbert (AC) Co common—•
Gilchrist Co
•
Glass-Tite Industries
4c

Glenmore Distilleries cl B—1
Globe Union Co Inc
5
Gobel (Adolf) Inc
1
Gold Seal Products cl A—10c
Goldfield Cons Mines
1
Goodman Mfg Co
16%
Gorham Mfg Co common—4
Grand Rapids Varnish
1

Gray Manufacturing Co
Great Amer Industries

5
10c
Great Lakes Chemical
1
Great Western Producera_60c
6% pfd series A
30
Greer Hydraulics Inc
50c

-10c
—2

25c

Harnlachfeger Corp

1
10

Hartfleld Stores Inc
Hartford Electric Light

1
25

Hastings Mfg Co

2
Havana Llthograph'g Co.lOc
Hazel Bishop Inc
10c
Hazeltine Corp
•

Sale

7%

Sale
Sale

10 % Mar 3
6% Mar 14
21
Mar 7

Sale
Sale
Sale

Mar 13
14% Mar 1
136
Mar 6

21%
Sale
15
Sale
15
Sale
139
142
20
12%
3

3%
15 ¥2
37%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

-14%
18%
143 %

14%
41%

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

6%
18%
21%
2 ¥2
10%

1%

Sale
100%
93%

9
99

92

•

Class B
•
Hormel (Geo A) & Co—7.50
Horn & Hardart Baking
•

5%
36 ¥2

Sale
Sale
Sale

20 «/4
Sale

2¥a

Sale

Sale
10 ¥«
106
99

95%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

10%

Sale

13%
15%
14 ¥s

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

11%
Sale

23%
3
2%
6%_ Sale
1% Sale
17% 17%
34% Sale
8%
8
10%
10

28%
2%

Sale
Sale

2%

5%

6%
25 ¥4

2

2

5%
24
3

24%
Sale
Sale
Sale
29
Sale

11

Sale
12

10%
48%

Sale
Sale

1%

Sale
Sale

634
25%
334
7%

19%
8
63
5

%
4%
26

102
73

7%
3%
11%

3%
6%
10

5%

2%
8%
3%
1%
18%
12
4%
29%

711
7%
32%

6
1%
22%
34%
9%
11%
2

Sale
Sale
Sale
23
Sale
Sale
Sale

l¥s
12%
28
7¥s
1%

14%
12%
55

2%

26%

8 ¥4
28

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

4%
14%
23%
8%

63%

68

12%
29

31
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

H

ii
Sale

32%

Sale

Sale

Sale

80
Sale
Sale

12%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

7

10¥4
60 ¥4
39%

Sale

Sale

3%
7%
29%

Sale
Sale

-

mr

„

12%
24%
14

68%
5%
%
8 ¥4
38%
7%
10 ¥4

62%

Sale

41 ¥4
105

Sale
Sale
Sale

3%

Sale

7%
13%

8
Sale
Sale
Sale

20%

Sale
Sale
Sale

10

5%
12

4%
1%
24
1

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

14

5%
11%
11%
1%
23 %
2%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

59

Mar 13

37% Mar

102% Mar 20
78
Mar 15
8% Mar 1
3% Mar 8
11 ¥2 Mar 1

3¥s Mar 6
7% Mar 14
13% Mar 9
9% Mar 1
4% Mar 9
11 ¥4 Mar 14

4% Mar

1

1 % Mar

1

22% Mar 28
1
Mar 1
6% Mar 1
33 ¥4 Mar 21
10 ¥4 Mar 7

Sale
Sale
Sale

164%
45 Ya

Sale
9%

34 ¥a
12%
19
38
5
21
29 ¥s
31 ¥2

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

17 ¥4 Mar
16% Mar
29
Mar
3% Mar
18 ¥a Mar
Mar
24
28 ¥4 Mar

14%

Sale

12% Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale

41

28%

Magnetics Corp 33 %c
Imperial Chem Indus Ltd—
Amer dep rets ord reg
£1
Imperial Oil (Can) cap stk_»
Imperial Tobacco of Can
5

12%

12%

13%

Sale

Sale
Sale
13%

911

Sale

911

x42
14 ¥a

Sale
Sale

42 ¥2
13 ¥4

8%

47

98%
31%
9%
20
20

32%
3%
20

26%

99

18%

Sale
Sale
102

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

1

9ft Mar 23
34% Mar

3

164% Mar 28
43% Mar 10
98% Mar 1
31
Mar 2
8% Mar 8
14
17

17
42

11% Jan
10

Feb
Jan
Jan

Mar 14
Mar 21
Mar 24

Mar 28

5% Mar 13

19% Mar 30
72% Mar 29

13

Mar
Feb
Mar
Feb
Mar

28
13
30
16

71% Mar 16
23% Mar 23
15

4
3

20%
17%
21%
16%
31%
2%

7
5
4

2
Jan 12
3
Jan
6
Jan
Jan 16

Jan
Mar
Mar
Mar

12
30
21
30
Mar 30
Mar 27
Jan 10

8%
2%
30%
39 ¥4

Jan 24
7
Feb
3
1% Jan
1% Jan 31
5% Jan 13
4
24
Jan
3
Jan
3
3
% Jan
3
11
Jan

28% Feb 24
3
5% Jan
3

11
Jan
6
9% Jan 24
46 ¥a Jan 13

1% Jan

Mar
Jan
Mar
Mar

10

Mar 30

Jan

4

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan

9
4
3
10

70%
5%

8 ¥2 Mar 28
Mar 3

3% Jan
9 ¥4 Jan

4

67% Mar 17
43% Mar 22

32 Ya Jan

26
15

1
10
10
24
9
23
9

21
30

6%
24%
3%
7
19%
7
63

4%
%
4%
25%

46% Jan

Mar 21

100

79% Mar 17
14% Mar 30

3
4 "
9

70

103

4% Mar 20
Mar

6

Mar
8% Mar
20% Mar
17% Mar
6 ¥4 Mar

23
23
30

13
4

Jan

30

Jan 11
6% Jan 16
3
3% Jan
11 ¥4 Feb 28
2% Feb 1
6% Jan
5
3
•3

20

10
Jan
5% Jan
2% Jan

12% Mar 2
12% Mar 22

8% Jan
3% Jan

3
3

22

2
Mar 13
26 ¥4 Mar 16

3¥a Mar 21
10%
40%
11%
10%
37 ¥4
175
48

Mar 30
Mar 3
Mar 14
Mar 17

Mar 30
1
1
Mar 14
Mar
Mar

101
34 ¥2 Mar 30

13% Mar 27
20% Mar

3

4

30
31
21
15

14% Mar 27
2% Jan
4
3% Mar 23
6% Feb
9
26% Mar 14
6¥a Mar 21
2% Mar 24
12% Feb 16
29 ¥a Mar 2
8% Mar 10
1% Jan
9
19
Mar 28
19% Mar 30
72% Mar 29

4%
9%
29%
4%
15%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

6
9
7

101
Feb
96% Feb

3
3
Jan
Jan 17
3
Jan
Jan 19
3
Jan
Jan 13

4 ¥2
9%
29%
4%
15%

23
27
15

Jan

7%
19%
21%
2%
10%

Mar

Jan

12
9
8
13
16
30

39

8
10

1

Mar

Jan

10%
11 ¥4
23%
2%
5%
1%
17 ¥a
33%

Jan
Feb
Mar
Jan
Feb
Mar

39% Feb
7
102% Jan 27
3 ¥4 Mar 27
7% Mar 21
3% Mar 28
6% Mar 28
34
Alar 28
14% Feb 23

Mar 30
Mar 21
Mar 30
Mar 30
Mar 27
Mar 10
Mar 30
Mar 1
Mar 21
Mar 15
Mar 30
Mar 27
Mar 1
Mar 23

28
15
30
30
6

11

Mar

5
3

1% Mar 10

7
2

10

Jan

21% Mar 28
9ft Mar 27

19

6% Mar

2

Jan

Mar 23
Mar 14

8

12% Mar 28
29 Ya Mar 2
8% Mar 10

1

31

10%
37 ¥4

172

14%
2¥s
3 ¥4
6 ¥4
26 %
6¥s
2%

Mar

5% Mar

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

39 ¥»
10

4

20%
13%
4%
4%

10
15
16

70%
5%
%
10%
38%

9%
35%

Sale

Sale

39

Sale

4
Mar 1
12 ¥2 Mar 6
23% Mar 1
8 ¥4 Mar 1
67% Mar 1
5% Mar 1
% Mar 20

36%
11 %

30

page

8%

1

2% Mar 1
7% Mar 14
27% Mar 6

Sale
Sale

33%

2%
8%
2¥s
30%

l¥a Mar 1
14
Mar 16
12% Mar 1
52% Mar 2

10%

39

1

1ft Mar 6
12% Mar 23
29 ¥s Mar 2
6% Mar 1

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

see

Sale

1% Mar

7%

10

71%
23 ¥4
10%
20%
17%
21%
16%
31 ¥2

5 ¥2 Mar 8
24% Mar 17
4
Mar
1

4%

2%
21%
22%

9

107

4%
12%
3%
7%

Hycon Mfg Company
10c
Hydromatics Inc
1
Hydrometals Inc
_2.50
Hygrade Food Products
5

37%
13%

Sale
Sale
Sale

14

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

IMC

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

—

%
Sale
Sale

3%
11%

15%
14%

8

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

85

31

43

Sale

80%

30

•

Sale
;

79
Sale

94

Hardart common

Sale
Sale

76%
9%

5% preferred
100
Hoskins (The) Mfg Co_2.50
Howell Elec Motors Corp
1
Hubbell (Harvey) Inc—
Class A common
;
5
Class B common
5
Hudson Vitamin Products.l

Horn &

Sale

19
19
69

Sale
Sale

100% 107

Sale

7%
1%

Sale
Sale
96

162%

_

13 ¥4

29 ¥e
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

95¥2

34 ¥2 Mar 2
9
Mar 21
11 ¥8 Mar 1
1% Mar 7

Sale
26 ¥4

12%

%
Sale

Sale

3

5%

Sale

5%

Sale

2

24%
5%
2¥s

Sale

6

_Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

99

3
13"% Mar 17
28 ¥a Mar 1
2% Mar 2
5% Mar 6
1% Mar 1
22% Mar 2

Sale

12%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

13
Mar
14 ¥4 Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale

36
10

19

21%
2 ¥2
10%

93% Mar 23
58% JJar 7
21 ¥2 Mar 28
9 ft Mar 27
14% Mar 3

Sale
Sale
Sale

21%
16 ¥1
30%
2%
8¥»
1%
27 ¥4

7%

3
3
3

6
4% Jan
34 ¥» Jan 20
4% Jan 18
18 ¥4 Jan 18
14 ¥4 Feb 17
1% Jan
3
4
8% Jan
97
Feb
3
5
93% Jan
52
Jan
4

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

Feb 15

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan

10% Feb 15

5% Mar 13
39

Mar 10

99

95%
Sale
Sale
Sale

20 ¥4
15%

Sale

4

Sale
Sale

66%
22%
911

Sale

15

12
10
12
11

19%
Sale

94 ¥2

3

19% Mar 30
144

3

11
11
4
3
4% Jan
4
1% Jan
3
4y« Jan
27
Jan 11

9

13

29% Mar 22
15 ¥4 Mar 1

3
4
10

36% Jan
98 ¥4 Jan
2
Jan

2

27
7% Mar 21
3% Mar 28
6% Mar 28
34
Mar 28
13% Mar 9

5A Mar 7
35 ¥4 Mar 23
5
Mar 21
19
Mar 15
16% Mar 1
2
Mar 1
10¥a Mar 1

106

100

96%
Sale

12%

Sale

25c
preferred—10

4ft
Sale

59%

Sale

Hill's

Sale

16 ¥a

18%

.

Mar 30

38% Mar
100
Mar
3 ¥4 Mar

1
2

Jan
Jan

23
28
16
30

4% Mar 20
14% Mar 30
8 ¥4 Mar 30

Feb 20
Jan 12
3
Jan

28

3% Mar

4% Mar 20
29
Mar 24
12
Mar 24

-

...

13%

Sale

9%
48%
32%

100

29%

53%

3%

•
•

2%
Sale

2¥a Mar
5% Mar
2 ¥4 Mar

Jan

19%
10 ¥4
1¥4
3%
7%

16% Mar
42

Jan
Jan
Mar

9% Jan
131% Jan

20 ¥a Mar
12% Mar
4 ¥2 Mar

38 ¥a hia.r 24
100
Mar 9

Sale
38%
99% 101%
3
Sale
6% Sale
3 ¥2
Sale
Sale
5%

3 ¥4
10 ¥4
4%
16
12

29% Mar 22
15 ¥4 Mar 1
19% Mar 30
143% Mar 30

11% Mar 24
2% Mar 1
3% Mar 10
13% Mar 23
34 ¥4 Mar 16

Sale

Mar 16

4% Jan
8% Mar
6 ¥4 Mar
7 ¥4 Mar
11% Mar

3
4
3
9
3

2% Jan
5%
5%
4%
9%

4% Mar 20
14% Mar 30
8 ¥4 Mar 30

2

19% Mar 21

Sale
Sale

•

Mar 30
Mar 28

Mar 30
11% Mar 13

13

Sale

3%
3%

4 ¥4
36 ¥2
5 ¥2

5
18
15

3% Mar

20

19%
11%

39 ¥,
38 ¥2
103
100

2¥s

Sale

26

4%
Sale
Sale
20%
Sale
Sale

4

35%

50c

Home Oil Co Ltd class A

Sale

Sale

25c

4% preferred
100
Helmerich & Payne Inc. 10c
Hercules Gallon Prod
10c
Hlgbie Mfg Co common
1
conv

4%
14%

12%

11
27
5%
11

5%

3%
Sale

Sale

Griesedieck Company
1
Grocery Store Products
5
Guerdon Industries cl A
•
Class A warrants
Gulf Bts Land & Indus—50c
Gulf Western Industries
1
Gulton
Industries Tnc
1

preferred

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

%

5%%

7%
11%

Sale
25

9c

Hecla Mining Co
Helena Rubinstein Inc
Hell-Coil Corp
Heller (W E)
& Co—

6

_

Sale

7

3tt
8%
6 ¥4
7 ¥4

Mar 15
Mar 3
Mar 1
Mar 9
Mar 1

Sale
Prices

Sale
Prices

Sale
Prices

Sale

6
2 ¥4
5%
28

23
11

dep rets ord reg—£1
Fireprooflng com—5
Gas Corp
2.50
General Indus Enterprises—•
General Plywood Co
50c
General Stores Corp
1
Genung's Incorporated
1
Georgia Power $5 pfd
•
$4.60 preferred
•
Giannini Controls Corp
1
Giant Food Inc class A
1

Hebrew
National
Kosher Foods

5%
5%

3%
5%
5%
4%
11 %

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest

Highest

3%
8'

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

2

Amer

H & B Corporation—
Hall (C M) Lamp Co.
Harbor Plywood Corp.
Harman-Kardon Inc
Ham (The) Corp

6

-PRICES IN MARCHLowest
March 30
Sale
Closing or
Prices
Bid
Ask

4%

General
General

'~>tnotes,




Sale
Sale

10%
1%
3%

Supermarkets Inc 50c
Hilton Hotels Corp warrant*
Hoe (R) Co Inc com
1
Class A
2.50
Hoffman International —50c
Hofmann Industries Inc
25c
Hollinger Cons G M
5
Holly Corporation
50c
Holly Stores Inc
1
Holophane Co Inc
•

19,200
149,900

Sale
Sale

20

45,100
143,600

213,400
38,900

3%
10%

10
132

Highway Trailer Indus

58.400

Sale
Sale

1

479,500
10,000
294,200
125,300
126,500
32,300

11%

4%
16V*

1

Gridoil Freehold Leases

3%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

4%

1

Co com

March 1
Opening or
Bid
Ask

12 y«

Ford Motor ol Canada corn-*
rurd Motor Co Ltd—
Am dep rets ord reg ...El
Forest City Enterprises—1
Fo* Head Brewing Co
1.25
Fresnlllo (The) Company—l

Friendly Frost Inc

Ask

5%
5%
5%
9%

8
2.50

Flying Tiger Lines Inc

Fuller (Geo A)

Bid
2 it

1
Fargo Oils Ltd.
Federated Purchaser
Felmont Petroleum Corp
1
Filmways Inc
25c
Financial General Corp—10c
First National Realty &
Construction Corp
10c

870

30

42,200

33

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

April, 1961

26
15

1

10%
38%

Mar 23
Mar 27
Mar 15

Jan 16
Mar 10
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Feb
Mar
Mar

10
24
9

23
16

21
30

8% Mar 28
2

11% Feb

67% Mar 17
43% Mar 22
105% Feb
79% Mar
14% Mar
4% Mar
13
Jan
4
Mar

8%
20%
17%

28

17
30
20
23
23
Feb 20
Mar 30
Mar 22
Feb 14

7%
14% Feb 14
12% Mar 22

Jan
Jan

3
3
3
6
3

7H Jan

4

40% Mar 3
12
Feb 20

7 A Jan
33% Jan

3
9

38

1%
18%
%
4%
29%

161
42

Jan
Jan
Jan

Jan
Jan

96
30

3
6
5

Jan
Jan 23
7% Jan
9

2
Mar 13
26 ¥4 Mar 16

3¥s Mar 21
10% Mar 30

10% Feb 21
Jan 25

189% Jan 23
53
103

Jan 24
Jan 24

34% Mar 30
13% Mar 27

15

21% Mar 7
29% Mar 30

1

32% Mar 22

3
3
29
Mar 13
3
2% Jan
18 ¥a Feb
7
4
21% Jan
27% Feb
9

9

15% Mar 27

11% Feb

3

15% Mar 27

10 Ya Mar
43
Mar

6

Jan

2

37% Jan

3
3

10% Jan 19

Mar 14

13 ¥4 Mar 21

14% Mar

I

13

5

xl4% Feb 27

13
10

23

9% Mar 23

20

Mar 1
39% Mar 23
6 ¥, Mar 22

15% Jan
14% Jan

9

Jan

21

20%
39%
6 ¥4
29%
32%

Feb 28
Feb 28
Mar 23
Mar 22

Mar 13
Mar 22

30 ¥4 Jan

43

Mar

6

2

34

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

Aggregate Sales
in

Since

March

Jan. l

Shares

Shares

1,100

2,700

530

2,110

American

Price Jan.

Stock Exchange

March 1

Opening or

STOCKS

Far

Bid
9%

Imp Tob of Gt Brit & Ire_£l
Indianapolis Pwr 6c Light—
4% preferred
100

Ask
ioya

81

Sale

RANGE

-PRICES IN MARCHLowest

3,

1961

Opening or

Closing or

Highest

Bid
9%

Bid

Ask

9%

911

9%

84

Sale

85

Sale

5

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

5
—6

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
34%

9ft Mar 27
84

Mar

1

9% Mar 24
87% Mar

8

9A

Feb

6

Jan 10

80

I

Highest
Sale
Prioes

Sale
Prices

Sale
Prices

Ask

SINCE JAN.

Lowest

Sole
Prices

March 30

9% Mar 24
87 Vz Mar

8

Industrial Electronic

17,500
43,700
66,200
80,800
100,200
46,100

5,500
15,500

24,700
43,200
36,500
19,000
6,100
21,700
14,300

15.100

67,100

39,600
36,500

18,300
10

110

10,100

20,300

11,800

37,200

Hardware Corp
Industrial Plywood Co

4%
3%

25c

Inland Credit Corp class A_1
^uiand Homes Corp
1
Insur Co of North Amer
5
International Breweries
1
Internat'l Holdings Corp—1
Internat Products com
5
Intex Oil Company
33 Vic
Investors Royalty Co
1
Iowa Public Service Co—
3.90% preferred
100
Iron Fireman Mfg com vtc-1

19
9%
77%
10%
30%

7%

7%
2 Va

5%
4V4
19%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
7%
Sale

6%

23%
16
89%
12%

33%
11%

8%
21/4

79

Sale

79

17

21 Ya

85%
12%
34
9%

Sale
8

19%
15%
85%
11%
331/4

8%

7%

2
2
Mar 21
Mar 6
Mar 27
Mar 16
Mar 2
Mar 29
Mar 17
Mar 9

71/4
2%

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

16% Mar 7
6>/8 Mar 13

82

Sale

21%

4% Mar
5% Mar

2%
82

Mar 17

1

16%
6%

Sale

6'/2

Sale

19%
6%

72.200
39,700
465,800 1,249,300

Irving Air Chute common 1
Israel-American Oil CorpulOa

19%
%

Sale

25%

ft

35%
%

Sale
Sale

23

Sale

Sale
Sale

Mar
% Mar

2
1

28,800
118,000
37,000
69,800
660,600 1,203,000
204,400
579,500
215,900
344,500

Jeannette Glass Co
Jetronlc Industries Inc

,1
10c

12%

Sale

14% Mar

2

15c

8%
2%
11%
3%

SaltSale
Sale
Sale

16%

Jupiter Oils Ltd

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

95
27%

97
Sale

32

62%
24
12%

Sale

13

"

20

110

25,500
24,200

38,400
89,505

12,700

180,900

36,400
9,900

43,900
24,400

77,100

147,700

27,200

41,400
219,900

68,400

54,200
123,600

31,000
14,100

33,200

304,800
6,400
422,500
3,100
4,300
39,600
29,500
18.500

95,100
451.700
37,900
1,136,100
4,600
13,100
168,300
58,900
53,200

17,500
117,900

55,000

5,900

211,400
23,900
18,300
41,600
15,400
18,700

14,600

22.500

6.200

7,700
12,500
10,200

41,900
10,400
1,500
6,000
59,700- 164,000
963,000
244,100
49,800
9,800
2,390
1,120
5,400
4,000
1,260
1,660
274,900
143,200
6,100
1,800
6,700

34,500
5,500
195,100
21,300
68,800

145,100

89,900

17,800

44,200

12.000

56.500

65,700
552,600
12,900
7,400
21,000

201,100
670,100
42,200
19.400

122,100
66,900
132,000

600

600

63,900
13,000
260,300

4,600
42,800

184,900
13,000
377,300
19,300
415,300
280,400
306,000
9,800
82,400

70,200
19,500

117,000
49,500

6,800
49,200

23,100
99,000

27,700
4,600
8,700
89,000

139,100
15,100
15,500
259,100

100

150

8,400
27,600
34,600
35,800

21,700

800

700

2,900
16,700
158,900
59,300

41.700

108,000
53,500
1,225
15,700
1,575
6.200
34,400

97,300

284,900
104,000
190,500

23,200
165,900

49,500
296,700

Sale

15%

Sale

14%

Sale

2ft
%

Sale

2ft

if

%

1.25

1%

1
1

2%

Sale
8ale

2ya
2%
11%

Sale

Sale

2
2%
14%

Sale
Sale

Va
17%

Sale
Sale

%
24'/a

Sale
Sale

31%

Sale
Sale

35%
9%

23%
18%

21%

221/4

25%

19

Sale
Sale
Sale

Xl9ya

Sale
Sale

16%
20%
201/2
2 Va

%
22

3%
22%
18%
xl9%
xisy4
2%

L'Aiglon Apparel Inc
Lafayette Rad & Electron

35%
12%

1
1

Lake Shore Mines Ltd

1

4

Lakey Foundry Corp

1

5%

Lamb Industries Inc
Lamson Corp of Del
Lamson <fc Sessions Co
Lanston Industries Inc

3

7

16%
13%

5
10
5

6
6

i
5

8%

Corporation
5
Realty Corp com 26c

38%
2%

Leonard Refineries Inc
3
Le Tourneau (R G) Inc
1
Liberty Fabrics & NY
1
5% cumulative pfd
10
Lithium Corp of America
1
Locke Steel Chain Co
5
Lockwood Kessler &
Bartlett class A
1
25c

11
24

4%
7

7%
18 %
3%
iy8
10%
32%
17%
62

Lucky Friday Silver-Lead
Mines Company
10c

16%

Lunkenhelmer (The) Co.2.50

26

8%

2

Sale
Sale
Sale
6

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
9
Sale
Sale

11%
Sale

8

xl9

2%
38

15%
3%
4%
5%
16%
15'%
6%
7%
9

45%
3

12%
28%
4%

3

Sale
Sale

5'/4
Sale
Sale
Sale
7

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
31
5

123/4
213%

Sale
Sale

Sale

4'%

Sale
11 VA

1%

4%
Sale
Salt-

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
27

Sale

7

Sale
Sale

46%
21%
3%
5Vs
5%
13Ts
16 Va
6%
7%
8'/4
48%
2%
12%
29

Sale
Sale
Sale

4%
7%
Sale
19%

Salt-

1%

5%

19

72

18
28 >/8
10 y2

7
11
Mar 2
14Va Mar 10
2ft Mar 1
Mar 3
Mar

1

Sale
Sale

2% Mar
11 y2 Mar

1

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
SaltSale

ft Mar
17y2 Mar

8

Sale
Sale

2

36% Mar

Sale

15

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale-

31/2
4%
53/4
13%

Sale

Sale
8%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
5%

1

1

29 Va Mar 16
6% Mar 6
22'A Mar 13
16% Mar 30
xl8% Mar 1
xl8% Mar 1
2 Va Mar 1

Sale

7%

10%
41%

x26% Mar

15%
6%
7%

8%
45

2%
12 Va
27

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

4% Mar

3
1
16

23
29
30
1

17
6
29
2
8
14

13
2

7

16

20%

Sale
Sale

5%

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

1%
12%
43%
20%
6 81/4

Sale
28%

30 %

Sale

10'2,

18%

Mar 3
12% Mar 1
19% Mar 22

4%
1 Va
10%
39 Va

Mar
Mar
Mar

Sale

19

Mar

Sale

67% Mar 30

Sale
Sale
Sale

28% Mar
9% Mar

Sale

17

2
1

1
Mar 15
1

Mar 17
2
2

10 Va
Sale
Sale
Macfadden Publications
1
12%
x9% Mar 13
9% Sale
24 Vz
Sale
Mack Trucks Inc warrants..
21
Mar 30
21% Sale
15% Sale
Macke (G B) Corp—Name ch ,nged to Macke Vending Company (Effective March 9)
27%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Macke Vending Co class A.l
20 y2
-31'/a
^26% Mar 2
Sale
Sale
1% Sale
l7/a
1% Mar 23
1%
Mackey Air Lines Inc 33 %c
Magellan Petroleum Corp—
Sale
%
Voting trust ctfs
lc
ft
ft Sale
ft
ft Mar 3
1 Va
2
Salt-'
Sale
1 Va Mar
1
Sale
1
Mages Sporting Goods Co 10c.
Sale
Sale
5%
Sale
5%
4%
51/4 Mar 14
Magna Oil Corporation 50c
25
Sale
27%
Sale
25
Mar 1
Maine Public Service Co
7
Sale
22 %
38 %
Sale
37% Sale
Sale
36
Mar 1
27%
Majestic Specialties Inc
•
44
Sale
Sale
39 ya
39
Mar 1
Mangel Stores Corp com
32% Sale
1
Sale
11% Sale
Mansfield Tire & Rubber .2%
9%
Sale
8% Mar 10
8
Ma rconi Internat Marine
4
American dep rets
3%
4%
3%
4%
3% Mar 21
3%
£1
34 "2
Sale
S -1"
Martin (The) Co warrants
33
Mar 28
35'/a
Sale
32
Sale
43%
39% Mar 21
Maryland Cup Corp
,
1
Sale
Sale
12 Va Mar
12%
13%
Sale
1
10%
Massey-Ferguson
Ltd
•
7
Sale
Sale
7%
Maule Industries Inc
3
6% Mar 9
Sale
6V4
Sale
McCulloch Oil Corp
2%
2% Sale
2 Va Mar 15
50c
2% Sale
188
Salt157% Sale
Mead Johnson 61 Co com
1
152
Mar 1
Sale
135
Sale
Sale
6%
5
5%
Menasco Mfg Co
Mar 10
Sale
1
4
22 Va
20 Va
20%
23
Merchants Refrigerating...!
20 Va Mar 2
13% 14 y2
Sale
Merrill Island Mining Ltd
n
n Sale
A
1
if Mar- 1
"iV
124
Sale
Mesabi Iron
l
97% Sale
96% Mar 7
87% Sale
Sale
26
Sale
26
Metal Ac Thermit Corp
25% Mar 2
5
23% Sale
6
Sale
5% Sale
Miami Extruders Inc.
5% Mar 8
10c
6% Sale
Sale
Sale
15%
16%
14% Mar 2
Michigan Chemical Corp
1
10% Sale
Sale
3ya Sale
3%
2% Mar 9 Michigan Sugar common
l
2% Sale
12 y8
12%
11% Sale
6% preferred
11% Mar 17
10
10% 11
9% Sale
9% Sale
Mlcromatlc Hone Corp
9% Mar 24
l
8% Sale
51 Vb
Sale
Microwave Associates Inc
49% Sale
1
48% Mar 28
Sale
34%
5
5%
4%
Midland Oil $1 conv pfd
4%
4Vz Mar 8
•
5
4%
Sale
14
14%
Sale
Mid-West Abrasive Co
50c
12% Mar 16
11%
Sale
Sale
22
21% Sale
Midwest Piping Co
20% Mar 6
19 ya
Sale
5
19% Sale
22%
Sale
Mill Factors Corp
18
Mar 17
2.50
Sale
14%
Sale
Sale
6%
Miller-Wohl Co common.50c
8%
6ya Mar 21
Sale
5%
39
36 Va 38
Sale
4%% conv preferred
36% Mar 21
50
35%
35
12% Sale
11% 12 ya
12
Mar 2
Mining Corp of Canada
•
12% Sale
101
100
100
101
Minnesota P <fe L 5% pfd .100
100
Mar 16
Sale
100
Sale
26
27% 28
Mlrro Aluminum Co
10c
26
Mar
1
24% 25 Va
Sale
5%
6% Sale
Missouri-Kansas-Texas ctfs.
Sale
5
5% Mar 2
Sale
5
Mohawk Airlines Inc
7% Sale
4
1
4% Mar 14
3%
Sale
Molybdenite Corp Ltd
u Sale
ft Mar 1
A Sale
1
39% Sale
43% Sale
39
37
Sale
Mar 1
Molybdenum Corp of Amer.l
Sale
26 Ve
Sale
26%
Warrants
Sale
23%
25% Mar 1
Sale
5
4Ve
Sale
Sale
4
Mar
3%
Monogram Precision Indus. 1
3
—

.

-

.

&

M.

82

3

24y2 Mar 17
97

Jan

30

12% Mar 14
35 Va Mar 10
11% Feb 28

8% Mar 6
2% Mar 30
Mar 17

15% Jan 25
2-—
5% Feb 6

20% Mar 24
8 % Feb 17

18% Jan 16

7
Mar
36% Mar 30

ft Mar

1

ft Jan

3

36% Mar 30
% Jan 24

12 V* Jan
6% Jan
lil Jan

5
5
3
3
3

17'/a
91/4
3»/2
12 %
4%

97

Sale

12%

79

5% Mar 28
7y8 Feb 27
Feb 14
26

20% Mar 24

95
Mar 15
29'/2 Mar 7
72
Mar 14

11%

-r- _

Mar 17

82

7%

25
6
17
12
4
3
11
3
Jan 4
4
Jan

Jan

2

98
Sale

Sale

4% Jan
4% Jan
18% Jan
9
Jan
76% Jan
10% Jan
30% Jan
7% Jan

8% Mar 6
2% Mar 30

12% Mar 9
4% Mar 24

Sale

Sale"
Sale
Sale

Mar 10
Mar 2

ll'/s Mar 27
3 % Mar 1

Sale

1

Mar
6
Mar 14

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

91%
12%
35%
11%

17 ya Mar 21
9 Va Mar 10
3'/2 Mar 27

28%

Kropp (The) Forge Co.33%c

Lynch Corp common

99
Sale

6

24% Mar 17

7% Mar 23
2% Mar 1

Sale

Kirkland Minerals Ltd
1
Klein (S) Dept Stores Inc
1
Klelnert (I B) Rubber Co—5
Klion (H L) Inc
25c
Knott Hotels Corp
5
Kostin Corp
7/50
Kratter (The) Corp cl A 1.1
$1.20 cum conv pfd
1

Leesona
Lefcourt

11%
4%

Sale

Mar

24

Sale
Sale

Sale

(Walter) 6c Co
2.50
Kilembe Copper Cobalt Ltd_l
Kin-Ark Oil Company
10c

Larchfleld Corp
LaSalle Exten University

95'A

8
3

78%
27
12%

Kidde

Kingsford Company
Kingston Products
Kirby Petroleum Co

16

31%
85

Kay Jewelry Stores lu.c

For footnotes, see page




9
3

Louisiana Gas Service wi_10
Louisiana Land & Explor_30c

20,900

4,000

Industries Corp
4
Kaltman (D) & Co
50c
Kansas G 6c E 4%% pfd_100
Katz Drug Company
1
Kawecki Chemical Co
25c
Kawneer Company (Del)
5
Kaiser

84,500
202,100

94,400

82,500
156,900

7%

Lodge & Shipley (The) Co_l
Longines-Wittnauer Watch_l
Loral Electronics Corp
25c

9,900
6,150
85,100

9,400
99,200

Inc

20,000
80,600
8,900
514,000

4,300
3,200
33,000

22,100
59,000

Ironite

5% Mar 28
6% Mar 14

Mar 13

8% Jan
3

Jan

95

Mar 15

Mar 21
Mar 10
Mar 27

Mar 9
Mar 24

Jan 23
34% Mar 13
85
Mar 30

98

34% Mar 13

27% Jan

85
Mar 30
29 Va Mar 22
12% Mar 10
16 Va Mar 15
3 Va Mar 6
1% Mar 27
2% Mar 6

4
60% Jan
18
Jan 27

29% Mar 22

11
Mar
12 % Jan

13 Vz Jan 10
16 Va Mar 15

3 Va Mar 20
17% Mar 6

ft Mar 10
24% Mar 30
35%
10 Va
27
19 ya
20%

Mar 30

47

Mar 23

Mar 30
Mar 21
Mar 2
Mar 20
20% Mar 22
2 % Mar 3

22% Mar 21
33/4 Mar 1
Mar 16
6 3/8 Mar 2
Mar
6
17
16% Mar 22
7'/a Mar 2
Mar 23
8

5%

9
54 y2
3 Va
13
31

Mar
1
Mar 16
Mar
1
Mar 3
Mar 9
5% Mar 23
7% Mar 6
17% Mar 21
23% Mar 9

Mar

6

6

1% Mar 13
13
461/4
20%
72%

Mar 8
Mar 23
Mar 27

Mar

1

18% Mar 27
Mar 6
12'A Mar 17

31

14% Mar 17

24% Mar
35
2

6

Mar 16
Mar 2

ft Mar

6
10

41/4
39%
44%
14%
71/2
2Vz

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
198
Mar
7
Mar
24% Mar
1 '/4 Mar
127
Mar
29
Mar
6
Mar

30
17
23

30
22
20
23
15
2
1
21
29
8

6

30
13
13
20% Mar 10
3% Mar 1
12% Mar 7
11% Mar 6
60% Mar 21
4% Mar 8
14% Mar 22
23
Mar 3
23% Mar 23

8% Mar 30
39
Mar 3
12 'ft Mar 29

2
4

2ya Feb

1

if Feb

23

1% Jan
2Va Jan
*9% Feb

4
12

ft Jan

5
4

12 Va Jan
21 ya Jan
3% Jan
2iya Feb
16% Mar
18 Ve Jan
18% Jan
2
Jan

1

4

3
3

30
11
12
25

333/4
12%
3%
4%

Jan 10
3
Jan
Feb 27
Feb 13
5% Jan 30
13% Mar 30
13% Jan
3
4
5% Jan
5% Jan 12
8ys Jan 13
3
38
Jan
3
2y4 Jan

10% Jan

3y« Mar 6
1% Mar 27
2% Mar 6
3Vt Mar 20
17% Mar 6
Jan 13

24% Mar 30
35%
10y«
27
19 Va
20%
20%

Mar 30
Mar 30
Mar 21
Mar 2

47

Mar 23

Mar 20
Mar 22
2% Feb
8

22% Mar 21
4% Jan 13
5
6% Jan
7
173/s
16%
7ya
8%

9

Feb
7% Jan
18
Feb

3
6
14

17 Vi

3
3% Jan
3
1% Jan
10% Jan 26
31% Jan 12
16% Jan 16
6
60 Va Jan

16

2
1

23% Mar

31

7

Feb
Mar

3
19
2

21
16
24
15
13
23
6
21

9%
54%
3%
13%

x4s/2 Jan

Jan

Jan
Jan

Feb
Feb
Mar
Feb
Feb
Jan
Mar
Mar
Mar

5
3
11

24

5%

7%

6% Jan 27
1 Vz Feb
3
13

Mar

8

46% Mar 23
20% Mar 27
73% Feb 28

Jan

3

25% Jan
8»/4 Jan

4

3

21 % Jan
9
31
Mar 6
121/4 Mar 17

Jan

19
3

25% Feb 16

9

15% Jan

19'% Jan 17
3
lVa Jan

% Jan
% Jan

1

2% Mar
6'A Mar
27'A Mar
40
Mar
45
Mar
11% Mar

3

4% Feb
22
Jan
25
Jan
30% Jan
8
Jan

3% Mar
26
Feb
39% Mar
10% Jan
6% Jan
2
Jan

122% Jan
4
Jan
13 Va Jan
% Jan

Jan

35
2

Mar 16
Feb

24

Jan

16

4
5
10
3
6
4
3

ft
2%
6Va
27 V4
43%
45
11%

21

4V4 Mar 22
39% Mar 20

8

21
12
19
3
12
3
5
5
1

81% Feb
3
23% Jan
5% Feb 13
3
10% Jan
2% Jan 4
4
10% Jan
5
8ya Jan
34% Jan 11
4% Jan 10
3
11% Jan
3
19% Jan
3
14% Jan
5% Jan 5
35

14% Mar 17

9

11% Jan 31
Jan 26
25% Feb 14

Mar

6

Mar
Mar
Feb
Mar
Mar

10
30
17
23
30

44% Mar 23
14% Mar 15
7% Feb 27
3
Jan 18
Mar 21
198
7

Mar 29

24% Mar 8
iy4 Mar 6
127
Mar 30
29
7

Mar 13
Jan
3

20% Mar 10
4
Feb 15
13
11%
60%
4%

14%
23%
23%
8%
39

12%
102

Feb
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Feb
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Jan
Jan
Mar
Mar

20
6
21
8
22
16

23
30
3
29
11
18

Mar 6
28 Va Mar 14
7% Mar 22

99

7% Mar 27
% Mar 10
44% Mar 9

3% Jan
% Jan
36% Jan 25

7%
27
% Mar 10
44% Mar 9

29% Mar 9
5% Mar 22

23

Jan

20

3% Jan

3

29% Mar 9
5% Mar 22

102

5

Jan

3
4
3

28%
7%

22

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

April, 1961
Aftrerate Sales
in

March

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

690
160
50
40

1,390

American

Since

-PRICES IN MASCH-

Price Jan. 3,
1961

STOCKS

March 1

Opening or

Stock Exchange

Opening or

Ask

Bid

83%

Sale

87

PM

90

86
95

Bid

35

March 30

Closing
Bid

Prices

Ask

88
95
90

Ask

Sale

Sale
96%

Highest

Sale
Priees

Priees

or

SINCE JAN. 1

RANGE

Lowest

Highest
Sale

Lowest

Sale
Priees

Monongahela Power Co—
470
130

375

1,350
115,900
575

44,700

57,600

2,600

5,600

34,900

4.40?«

100
100
4.50% cum pfd ser C
100
Montgomery Ward as Co A_*
Montrose Chemical Co
1
cum

4.80%

pla

cum pfd ser B

Moody's Invest partic pref_*

400

800

1,500
11,100

4,900
19,300

Morse Electro Products
25c
Mt Clemens Metal Products-1
6%
cum prei erred
4
Mount Diablo Company
1
Mount Vernon Mills Inc 2.50

47,700
52,600

156,500
386,600

Mountain Sts Tel & Tel_12 %
MPO Videotronics class A__l

66,000
38,600

154,500
213,800

Murphy Corporation

10,900

33,400

Murray Ohio Mlg Co

15,800

33,200

1,100
124,100
8,700
23,500
48,000

3,400
186,500
23,000
49,200
103,900

90
Sale
145% 147%
10% Sale
55 Va 58

TV

Muntz

148,000
200

163,300
646,700

2,450

5,100
4,800

70,900

157,500

35,200

39,100

31,300

124,600

2,100

202,200

7,400
286,000

48,600
70,100

130,300
250,500

2,900
8,300

8,300

50

29,600
1,500

336,700

592,800

6,800
44,600

13,400
90,000

66,200
70,600
16,600

225,800
227,800
77,600
46,600
123,100
503,000

26,300
27,000
218,100
111,500
36,000
15,000
40,800
930

304,800
111,600
42,500
121,800

4,300

1,230
12,600
25,150

875

925

82,000
6,400
37,600
6,300
4,500
106,800

161,900
18,000
116,800
15,000

7,400

37,800
90
950

9,200
318,200
75,600
230

2,445
185,400

63,200
18,300
37,500
610,000 1,092,700

1,026,900 1,751,200
192,200
416,000
5,500
19,900
530
2,870
8,600
35,000
13,900
55,500
3,500
8,600

6,020
8,100
1,100
10,500
22,900

4,100
15,800
3,600

3,300
12,100

16,530
25,800
4,200

4%
20%

5

31%

Muskegon Piston Ring__2.50

8
33
6%

Muskogee Co common

10
Muter Company common_50c
Nachman Corp
5
Namm-Loeser's
Inc
1
Napco Industries Inc
1

925

24,400
20.700
18,800
78,000
31,100
11,200
81,400
2,300
10,200
27,400
4,800
17,000
18,600
1.000
128.300
43,800
6,500

5,200
79,100
109,800
For

9

3%

Milling Company.

National Bellas Hess

4%
7%

l
1

com

Natl Brewing Co (Mich)
National Casket Co

2%
32%

Sale
Sale
32

8%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

5
Sale

21%

Sale

Natl

12
8%

Sale
8%
Sale
13
Sale

Manufacture <fc Stores.l
National Petroleum Ltd
25c
Nat Presto Industries Inc
2

National Research Corp

iA

12 y4
17%

l

Natl Rubber Mach com
10
Natl Starch A Chem Corp_50o
National Steel Car Ltd
•
Nat Telefilm Associates
10c
National Transit Co
1
Natl Union Elec Corp
30c

18 Va
31%
10

National Video Corp cl A
Natus Corp

20
16%

2%
2%
1%

1

1
Nelly Don Inc
2
Nestle Le Mur Co com.
.1
New Eng Tel A Tel
20
New Haven Clock A Watch-1
New Idrla Mining *
Chemical Co
5Qc
New Jersey Zinc.
.26
New Mexico A Ariz Land
1
New
New
N Y
N Y
N Y

Park Mining Co
Process Co common

13

32%
40%
1%

Mines

common

4y8
1%
4%
62
84

A
7%
3%
4%
13%
27
90
%
3%

3%

5% 1st preferred
26
5% red 1st preferred
26
5% red 1st preferred A-28
4.80% red 1st preferred_26
4.50% red 1st preferred_26
4.36% red 1st preferred-25
Pacific Industries Inc
2

Lighting $4.50 pfd—•

dtv cum pfd
•
$4.75 dlv preferred——•
2,540
Conv $4.75 dlv pfd
490
•
$4.36 dlv preferred
•
4,21ft_
Pacific Northern Airlines
1
79,800
Pacific Petroleums Ltd
484,100
A
Warrants
75,700
2,700 Pacific Pwr A Lt 5% Dfd.100
P tddington Corp class A,
83.300
,1
36,400 Page-Hersey Tubes Ltd
•
106,100 Pall Corp class A
1
342,000 Pancoastal Petroleum vtc
96,300
Pantepec Oil (C A) Am aha.
Park Chemical Company
18,800
1
168,100
Park Electrochemical A_10c
Parker Pen Co class A—
2
5,300
Class
B
2
17,100
56,000
Parkersburg-Aetna Corp.—1
2
12,800 Patino of Canada Ltd
Pato Cons Gold Dredging
64,300
1
Peninsular Metal Prods
1
81,700
2.60
2,100 Penn Traffic Co
209,600 Pentron Electronics Corp
1
60,500
Pep Boys (The) common
1
19,600
Pepperell Mfg Co (Mass)
20
12,200 Perfect Circle Corp
.2.50
20c
145,000 Perfect Photo Inc
368,500 Peruvian Oils A Minerals—1
-

page

Sale
Sale

4%
25 ya

Sale
Sale

Sale

49%
9ya

Sale
Sale
Sale

51%
8%
34%
6%
8%

Sale
35%

34

Sale

8%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

4%
xl0%

Sale
Sale

8y2
12%

8%

Sale
Sale

Sale

7%
10%
5%

9%

Mar 27
Mar 7

4
4

19% Mar 22

88

Mar

9

96% Mar 24
90
150

Jan
3
Feb 27

14% Feb 21
57% Jan
6
'

9% Mar
2% Mar
4
Mar
4% Jan

30
29
27
30
19% Mar 22

8

24% Jan

3

35% Mar

25% Mar 21
5y8 Mar 10
x27% Mar 1
54% Mar 3
9% Mar 20
34% Mar 9

8y4 Feb

2

25% Mar 21
5% Mar 10
27% Feb 17

35% Mar

4

Jan

20

Jan

31 y4 Jan
8

Jan

4
4

54% Mar 3

3
Jan
Jan 10

33
6

9% Mar 27

16
3

8

9% Jan 31
35% Jan 16
9% Mar 27

8% Mar 1
11% Mar 21
5% Mar 3

7% Mar
7% Feb
3% Jan

9
7
4

8% Feb 13
11% Mar 21
5% Mar 3

9
Mar 27
12% Mar 30

4% Jan 10

9
Mar 27
12% Mar 30

S9.

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
24%
22%
22

92%

136
130
Sale
85%
Sale
2%
Sale
10 Va
Sale
6
99 Va 100 V2
54 Va
Sale
Sale
25 y8
Sale
31 Va
Sale
1
u Sale
7%
6%

7%
65

26%
44 y8
1%

24
14
15%
8%

Mar
Mar

7
3

31% Mar 20
14% Mar 21

Mar 16
Mar 6
1% Mar 7

21% Mar 30
10
Mar 24
2 A Mar 20
25% Mar 17
31% Mar 20
19
Mar 3
42 y4 Mar 1
11 Va Mar 20
5% Mar 30
4
Mar 8
3% Mar 30

19
42
11

Sale
Sale

18 y8 Mar

24 Va Mar 7
18
Mar 21

Sale

36% Mar 28
11% Mar 20
27/8 Mar 1
3
Mar 1
2% Mar 7

18%
38%

1

Sale
Sale

3%
3ya

Sale
Sale

20%
21%

Sale
Sale
Sale

27%
20%

24% Mar 1
19% Mar 23
18% Mar 9

33

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
27%
Sale

12 Mar 21
22 Vb Mar 10

51%
1%
11

21
x

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

23

11%
1%
129

25%
32%

22%

il
23 y4

12%
1%
151
27

Sale
Sale

Sale

33

4%
63%
87%
%

sy8
4%

%
5%
4ya

33%
%
%
5%
4%
2%

Sale
4%
2%
Sale
Sale

2H

11% Mar
1 Vb Mar

65

88%
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
2%
Sale

66%
88%

A
8%
5%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

13%
17%

Sale
95%

27%

7% Mar 22
4% Mar 13

96%

A

A

Sale

5

4y4

3%

6%
14%
26%
94%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
A Mar
4% Mar
3% Mar

Sale
Sale
4

Sale

55%

Sale

18%
15%

Sale
Sale

17%

Sale

15

15% ^

4%
19 y2

Sale
Sale

41%
31%
28 Va
25%
25 ya
25%
24%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
23 y2

X58

23
22 y8
7
92
89

Va

96

Sale
Sale
Sale
90 y4

96%

143%
3%
12%

Sale
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Sale
Sale

7%

Sale

90

100
74
25
42

100%

1%

«
7%
6%

8%
,3%
2y4

ioy4
7%
3%
10%

75%

24%
39%
1%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

14%
13%
Sale

3%
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7%
Sale
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SaleSale

,

4%
18%

v

Sale
Sale

1
2

1
1
20
7
16

16
14

53
Mar 17
17% Mar 10
15

Mar 13
4% Mar 16
18 Va Mar 9

43%
31%

Sale
Sale

40% Mar
31 Va Mar

28

28%

28

25%
25%
25%
24%
22%
22%
10%
94%

Sale
Sale
Sale

25% Mar 27
25 Va Mar 10

90
99

149

88%
4y8
12%
7%
104 Ya
90%

26%
45%
1%
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9
9

15%
15%
9%
3%
2%
ioy8
7%
4%
16%
75

26%
42%
1A

24%
Sale

22%
Sale
Sale
91 y2

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4
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7%

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v

7
1

Mar 27

25%
24%
22%
22 Va

Mar 1
Mar 7
Mar 22
Mar 1
7
Mar
1
91 y2 Mar 6
89
Mar 10
96
Mar 2
143 y2 Mar 1
87% Mar 15
3% Mar 7
11% Mar 24
7y8 Mar 24
101% Mar 2
73 Va Mar 3

24% Mar

1

41
Mar 2
1 y8 Mar 3
is Mar 1
7% Mar 1
5% Mar 9
14 Va Mar 20
13
Mar 10
8% Mar 8
3% Mar 2

2-ft Mar 28
10

Mar

2

7
Mar 17
3% Mar
1
10% Mar 1
73% Mar 23
23
Mar 14
38
Mar 6
1A Mar 24

Mar 22

Mar 13

29

21"% Mar 16
21% Mar 1
40
Mar 17
52% Mar 1
1% Mar 2

if Mar

1

2% Jan
•

33

Jan

1% Mar
12 y4 Jan

7
6

2A Mar 20

17% Jan

6
9

18

Jan

3
31% Jan
10% Jan 19
2% Jan 13
5
2% Jan
3
1% Jan

19%
16 Vb
13 Va
28

4
Jan
5
Jan
9
Jan
Feb 27
3
39% Jan
3
1% Jan

% Jan
19 Va Jan
8% Jan

4

3
4
9
16
8

27% Jan

3
Jan 23

21

% Jan
4% Feb

3
4

9
Mar 28
6% Mar 23

9
4
Feb 13
2
Jan
4
3
1% Jan
3
4% Jan
63% Mar 6
84
Jan
3
A Jan 3
2
6% Feb
3
3% Jan

13% Mar 30
18% Mar 23
28 Va Mar 1
96% Mar 17
A Mar 21
6% Mar 2
4% Mar 2

3
4% Jan
13y4 Jan 25
x26 Va Feb 28
9
89% Jan
9
Va Jan
3% Jan
3
3% Mar 14

5% Mar 20
65% Mar 24
88% Mar

3

% Mar

1

60
Mar 2
19y8 Mar 22
15% Mar 1
4% Mar 23
19% Mar
1

B2
16
13%
3%
15%

44% Mar 22

38% Jan

32

Mar 27

28% Mar
25% Mar
25% Mar
25% Mar
24% Mar
23% Mar
22% Mar
11% Mar
95

15
1
15
29
10
16

13
23

Mar 23

94% Mar 27
99
149

Mar 30
Mar 30

90% Mar

2
4y4 Mar 20
12% Mar 1
7% Mar 3
108% Mar 20
98% Mar 20
27% Mar 22
49% Mar 22
1% Mar 1
% Mar 30
10% Mar 6
9
Mar 30
16
16

Mar
Mar
10y8 Mar
4
Mar
2 A Mar

11%
7%
5%
16%
75%
26%
48%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

30
23

27
15

7
16
17
20
30

1
30
21
1A Mar 6

31% Mar 20
14% Mar 21
21% Mar 30

A Jan

2}f Mar 27

13
Mar 22

4
6

% Mar 29
Mar 1
Mar 1
5
Mar 21 i
2% Mar 22

9

3% Feb
38

8ya Feb

1
Feb
124
Feb
23 Va Feb

1
6

3
5
5

19% Jan 10
12
Jan
11% Jan

23 y2 Mar 27
13
Mar 14
1% Mar 13
173% Mar 15
30 Va Mar 8
35
Mar 22
36 Va Mar 6

A Mar 3

Sale
Sale
Sale

95

1

130
Mar 2
25% Mar 1
32% Mar
1
24% Mar 2
% Mar 2
% Mar 13
4% Mar 23
4y4 Mar 16
2ya Mar 7
1% Mar 6
4% Mar 1
63 y4 Mar 6
86 V2 Mar 6

Sale

5
65
88

Mar

48% Mar 15
1% Mar 1

24%

A

37%
50%
1%

130
Sale
Sale

13%

66%
27%

Sale
Sale
19%

12%

14

3%

22%
28%

Sale
Sale
19%

11%
5%

14

Sale
Sale
Sa1"
Sale
Sale

i%

Sale
9%
Sale

Sale

3
3

14%
Sale

20 y8
9y4

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
12

94

90Va

7V4
2%

14%

91%
%

86y8
85 Va

8%

27%
14%

Sale

14%

6%
14%
27%

Sale
86 %

2H

Sale

14
18%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

14%
13 %
7Va
3%

26%

2

39y4
30%
27%
25 y2
25%
24 Va
22%
21%

38

Sale
Sale
64
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

25 y8

1

8%
1%
is y8
29

7% Jan

6

Mar

4%
2y4

16%

3% Mar

34

Sale
2%

14
Sale

l

Mar 15
3 Va Mar 21

37

l

Sale
Sale

4% Mar
10

35

6

Sale
4%

3y8

3%

Sale
Sale
3%

Sale

H

13 y4
3%

•

3y8
34

Sale

16%

52 %

1

Pacific G & E 6% 1st pfd_25
5%% 1st preferred
—28

-

2

O'oklep Copper Co Ltd—
American shares
10s
Opelika Mfg Corp
—6

see

Sale
4y8
Sale

4%
X27y8

25 y8

%
5

Ohio Brass Co common
Ohio Power 4%% pfd
100
Okalta Oils Ltd
#0c
Old Town Corp common
l
40c cum preferred
*

footnotes,

4
4

4

55% Mar
4% Mar

Sale
2%

18%
34%
23%

Sale
Sale
13%
Sale
Sale
Sale

135
Sale
Sale
27%
21
24
Sale
A

60c
1

Pacific
$4.40

9%
2%

Sale

12% Mar 16
9
3
2y4 Mar 2
3% Mar 13
3% Mar 6
15
Mar 6
29ys Mar 1
19j/4 Mar 6
4ya Mar 1
24% Mar 17
49
Mar 7
8% Mar 7
33% Mar 22
6% Mar 6
7% Mar 9
8% Mar 3
5
Mar 1

58

15%
Sale
Sale

2%

130
26

20c

Corp

56

29%
20%

Sale

Sale

.1

Occidental Petroleum

3

1%

—..

Ogden

11%
Sale

9

Lltes Inc
.1
Norfolk Southern Ry Co
1
North Amer Royalties Inc
1
North Canadian Oils Ltd_25
Northeast Airlines
1
North Pennsylvania RR
60
North IndPS AVa* pfd_100
Nor Rankin Nickel Mines
1
Novo Industrial Corp
1
Nuclear Corp Cl A (Del). 10c
Noma

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

A
19%

1

•
Auction Co common
•
<fc Hond Rosarlo
3.33%
Merchandise Co com.10
Nickel Rim Mines Ltd
1

Niplsslng

5%
2y8
3%
3%
15

Sale
Sale
Sale
2%

5

4

12%

1
l
National Equipment Rental-1

9,700
32,000




i5y4
Sale
Sale

National Company Inc
Nat Elec Welding Mach

8

4,000

4

3y8
34%
Sale

5

Pacific Clay Products

250,100
7,720
1,530

,530
30,200
136,400
20,700

&

8

4

13%
56

93

147% 149
13
Sale

4
82% Jan
91
Jan 16
88 y2 Feb 13
146 Va Jan 24
3
10% Jan
6
54
Feb
4% Mar 3
2ys Jan 13
x3% Jan 10
3% Feb 23
4
14% Jan

88
Mar 9
96% Mar 24
90
Mar 9
148
Mar 14
13% Mar 3
57% Mar 17
9% Mar 30
2% Mar 29

Mar 14
Mar 13
Mar 9
147% Mar 10
86
94
90

Dehydrating

18,500
44,400
12,200

66,500

206,300
3,810

1

24%
9y4

1
1

11,200
12,700
13,900

170

14%

1

Overseas Securitier Co
Oxford
Electric Corp
Oxford Mfg Co class A

25,100

2,900
5,500
7,600
1,500

640
990

3%
3%

—1

Nat Alfalfa

264,700

Inc

~2Vb ~2%

87%

97
87% 89
148% 150

30%
27%
25%
25 y8
24%
24 y4

Jan

3
Jan
4
Jan 24
3
Jan
4
Jan

Jan

4
3
3

Jan
Jan
3
Jan
3
2
Feb
Feb
3
4
22% Jan
22
Jan
4
6% Feb
3
86% Jan
3
88% Jan
4
91% Jan
5
130
Jan
4
84
Jan
4
3
2% Jan
3
9% Jan
3
5% Jan
1
99% Feb
51% Jan 17
24% Jan 13
28% Jan
6
1
Jan
3
4
Feb
8
4% Jan 24

A Jan

7

14

Feb

17

12% Jan 17
7y« Jan
5
3% Feb 24
2A Mar 28
8% Jan
3
7

Feb

2% Jan
7% Jan

8
3

Jan

3
6
2
12

lAFeb

16

65% Jan
22% Feb
37

10

Mar 24

25% Mar 17
31% Mar 20
20% Jan 27
43
Feb
1
11% Jan 27
5% Mar 30
4
Mar 8
3% Mar 30
29

Mar 13

22% Feb
8
24% Feb 20
40

Mar 17

53% Feb 27
1% Jan
9
1

Feb 24

23% Feb 23
13

1%
173%
30%
37%

36y4
%
1

6%
5

2%

211
5%
65 y2

88%

Mar 14
Jan
9

Mar 15
Mar 8
Jan 25
Mar 6
Mar 29
Mar 1
Feb 27
Mar 21
Mar 22
Mar 27
Mar 20
Mar 24
Mar 3

^Jan 18
9

Mar 28

6% Mar 23
13% Mar
18% Mar
30% Jan
96% Mar

30
23
11

17

■A Jan 23
6% Jan
9
4% Jan 16

61% Feb 16
19% Feb 23
15% Feb 14
4% Mar 23
19% Mar 21

44% Feb 23
32

28%
26%
25%
25%
25
24

22%
11%
95

94%
99

149
90%
4%
13%
8%
108%
98%
27%
49 %
1%
%
10%
9
16
16
10 Va
4

2i!

11%
7%
5%
16%

75%
27%
48%

Feb
3
Mar 15
Jan 27
Mar 15
Mar 29
Jan 19
Feb 14
Jan 13
Mar 23
Mar 23
Mar 27
Mar 30
Mar 30
Mar 2
Mar 20

Feb 24
Feb 24
Mar 20
Mar 20
Mar 22
Mar 22
Jan 24
Mar 30
Mar 6
Mar 30
Mar 30
Mar 23
Mar 27
Mar 15
Jan 16
Jan 18
Feb
3
Mar 20
Mar 30
Feb 28
Jan
5
Mar 21

1% Jan 20

36

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

Aggregate Sales
In
March

American

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

114,900

114,900

STOCKS

Shares

14,400
10,600
7,700

35,100
30,700
19,200

43,200
33,500

93,200
57,900

42,400
3,600

69,500
11,320

38,300

75,800

33,900

46,300
8,800
301,400
18,800

2,500

113,700
11,200
21,700

76,600
64.100

28,100
700

6~000

1,750
27,700
1,500
21,600
52,900
57,300
11,000
3,900
21,700
10,200

8,260
108,400
4,500

59,700
157,100
100,300

625

14,700
7,100
19,500

28,400
50,600

21,100

6,100
73,300

36,700
1,875
60,900
18,200
108,800
108,000
143,000

4~000

7~600

425

525

74,200
13,600
161,700

151,800
37,700
247,100

700

31,500
77,100
2,200

91,300
378,700

238,600
673,400

75,900
449,100

171,800

508,300

10,200
60,600

13,150

39,600

34,800
17,400

29,400

189,300
101,100
30,400
1,700

256,100
155,100
79,900
3,000

2,000
75,900
154,000

14,
223.200
328.500

89,800

196,500
218,500

169,800
590

69,300

71,100
24,900

2,470
108,500
51,400

1,100
9,800
88,900
10,000

3,800
18,600
186,200
58,100

8,200
15,900
411,300
68,900

21,900
29,900

275,800
5,500
9,500
34,200
17,000
5,200

602,400
123,600
464,700
21,900
26,800
135,200
84,300
12,100

3,300

Polycast (The) Corp
2.50
Polymer (The) Corp cl * -1
Powdrell <fc Alex'er (Del) .2%
Power Corp of Can com—*
Prairie Oil Royalties Ltd
1
Pratt AC Tjtmhwrt
*
Prentice-Hall Inc com_66%c

Preston

Mines Ltd
•
Proptor-Silex (The) Corp 1
Progress Mfg Company Inc.!
$1.25 conv preferred
20
Prophet (The) Company—1
Providence Gas Co——*
Public Service of Colorado
4Vt% cum preferred
100
Puerto Rico

Telephone—_20e
Puget Sound Pulp Ac Tlmb_3
Puritan Sportswear Corp
•
Pyle-National Co common—0
Quebec Lithium Corp
l
Quebec Power Company—*
Ramco Enterprises Inc.
•
Ramo Inc
1

Rapid American Corp——1
Packing Co com—10
Rayette Inc common
40c

Rath

Real Estate Investment
Trust of America
Realty Equities of N Y.
Reda Pump Company—.
Reeves Broadcasting As

848,500 1,456,600
57,400
78.600
6,300
12,400
19,800
41,600
295,600
778,800

174,700
9,000
9,000
65,000
29,300
8,675

305,300
9,000
15,800
155,400
109,100

9,500
$250
55,300
31,500
26,800
1,110

250

42,100
12,300
9,300
570
250

17,200
198,000
82,100

700

26,900
324,100
282,800

5,175

1,357,700 1,502,400
32,400
319,600
22,700

56,200

9,600

32,500

_1

Development Corp
Corp.—6c

Reinsurance Investment
1
Rels (Robert) Ac Co com—1
Reliance Insurance Co—10
Remington Arms Co Inc
1
Republic Poll Inc——1
Republic Industrial Corp—_1

Republic-Transcon Indus—.*
Reslstoflex Corp
1
Rico Argentine Mining—60c
Ridgeway Corp—
Ex-llquid distribution
1

extended

-

i

Rogers Corporation
—•
Rollins Broadcasting Inc
1
Rolls-Royce Ltd—
American dep rets reg
£1
Roosevelt Field Inc—.1.80
Roosevelt Raceway Inc.—30o
Rowland Products Inc
5
Roxbury Carpet Co—X
Royal American Corp
60c
Royallte Oil Co Ltd—.*
Russeks Fifth Ave Ino—80e
Russell (The P C) Co—1
Ryan Consol Petroleum—1
Ryerson As Haynes com—1
St Lawrence Corp Ltd-.—*
Salem-Bro8ius Inc......2 60
San Carlos Milling Oo
16 P«
San Diego Gas Ac Elec Ce—

pfd S% series—20
pfd 4% % series—AO
pfd 4.4C% series—20

5.6096

preferred——20
Sapphire Petroleums Ltd
X
Sarcee Petroleums

3,800
14,030
For




6,660
13,700
63,100

—

—

34%
5

35%
5Va

3%

Sale

7%
7%
8

96%
12 Ya
6%
39%
20 y8
2%
11%
17%

—

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

33%
6 Ya

x3%

9%
8%
9ya
102%
14%

7

6%
49
23 y8

Sale
Sale

13

10%

11

10%

50 y4

Sale
Sale
61%

67

Sale

45%

4%

Sale

5ft

5%
12%
19%

Sale
13
Sale

5%

21

Sale
Sale

28

87 Ya

21

Sale
Sale
22 y8

14%

Sale

2A
35

Sale
40

2Va
60%
42%

10%
83%
49 y4

Closing

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

33
6

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

8%
10%

3%
9%

18

54%
2%

14%
20%

14%

11%
85%
23 y2

23%

2%
11%
22%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

58%
2y2

Sale
Sale

5%
7%

11

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

28%

7%

Sale
Sale
Sale

28%
18 y8
9y4

Sale

14%

18%
4%
19 y8

18%
Sale
19%

18%,
4%
18%

Sale
Sale
Sale

4%
6%
2%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

6%
3y2

Sale
Sale
Sale

%

Sale

58%
11%
14
4

13%
29%
26 y8

Sale

5%
5%

Sale
Sale

19

%

4%
14%

Sale
Sale

4%
16%

Sale
Sale

6
26

79"%

Sale
Sale

81
30
14

82

82
39
16

Scurry-Rainbow OH Ltd_3.B0
Seaboard Allied MilTgOorp.1
Seaboard Plywood Ac Lum_l

—

—

Sale

6

4%

Sale

4
_

19

_

—

8%
2

8%
Sale

6ya
1%

Sale
Sale

2%

2%
Sale

2%
1%
18%
5%

7%
19%
17%

17%
21%
%

H

9%
2%

IVa
~2—
4

3%

2

3
22
10

Sale
Sale
8%

8%

20%

20%

19
18

is y4
18

Sale
Sale
%

22%
%
%
6%
8%
6%

,

~9%
7%

4%
5
5
4%
2%
2%
2%

9%
Sale
Sale

4%
6%
5%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

22%
Sale
11
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

20

18%
18%
22%
%

9

6%
6%
8%

II %

Sale

15%
9%
74

Sale
Sale

Sale

86

"7%

Sale
Sale
Sale
97

Silver Creek Precision
10c
Silver-Miller Mines Ltd
1
Sllvray Lighting Inc
25c
Simca American shs_5.000Pr
Publish
Corp 83 conv preferred
•

Slmnson's Ltd common
Sinclair Venezuelan

footnotes,

sr~ page

39.

•

98%

17%

32
18

140%
95%
34%
17%

%

ft

23%

Sale

23
1

24%

23%
24%

ft

%
3%
6 Ya

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

36%
Sale
%
Sale
26

5%

Sale

4%
31
34
55%

dn

33

34%

29%
Sale

32%

Sale
Sale

12
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

3%

37

Sale
Sale

%
25 y8
26%

%
3%

63

Sale

96
35

2

29%

46%

Sale
Sale

94
34
21

Sale

%

9%

17%
8% Sale
Sale
29%
141% 142 %

Sale
Sale

1
..

19%
23%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
40

127
97
30

20%
19%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

_9y8

28 Ya

—

6y8

Sale

27%

6ft
Sale
Sale

Sale

25

Sale
Sale
Sale

16
1
18 Ya Feb 24

3% Jan 1Q
6

Jan
2% Jan

% Jan
53% Jan

5

3
5
12

13% Mar 14
21% Mar 16
8% Mar 21
9% Mar 22
21% Mar 16
2% Mar 9

11 ya Feb 23
13% Jan 31
3% Jan
3
4V2 Feb
6
14% Jan
3
2y4 Feb 13

82 V2 Mar 14
40% Mar 23
18 V4 Mar 8

Sale

27%

7

Feb

4% Mar

803/4 Mar
29 y2 Mar
13
Mar

11

Sale

37 '

18

3
3
4

6
Mar 30
26 y8 Mar 30

6%

20%

8

Jan

16% Jan
6% Jan

4% Mar 15
16% Mar 1

Sale
11

20 y4

11%

22

■ffc Mar 27

53/4
5%
4%
15 %
93/8

2

1

Seeman Bros common
Sellgman & Latz Inc

4ft

23
22
16
22
8

Feb 10

25% Mar 22

1

Sale
Sale
3y8
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

8%
2%
4%
2%
3%
23 %
9Vb
8%

3
1
Serrlck Corp class B oom
i
Servo Corp of America
1
Servomechanlsms Inc
20c
Beton Leather common
•
New common w i
»
Shattuck Defnn Mining
6
Shawinigan Water Ac Pwr_*
Sherwin-Williams Co
12.50
496 preferred
100
Sherwin-Williams of Can—*
Shoe Corp of America com_3
Siboney-Caribbean Pet
10c
81gnal Oil AC Gas class A—2
Class B
g

Security Freehold Petrol
Seeburg (The) Corp

2%
ZYa

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

3

Mar

ft

2%

311

Securities Corp Gen com—1

4Va

8%
4%
1%
703/4

13

17

7% Jan 16

Sale
Sale

•

Heaporcel

West Alrllnes_3
Metals Inc
10c

8

Jan
12% Jan
2% Jan

8ya Mar 9
10% Mar 24

3

6%
4%
3%
3%
4%
31%
36 Ya
32%
ny8
16%
9%

&

19% Mar 16
71/4 Mar 13
19% Mar 7

21% Jan
13

6
5
10
11

1

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Seaboard

Mar" I

14

29% Mar 30
31% Mar 6
18% Mar 3
17
Mar 22

Jan

3

—

-

9

49

Mar

9%

Sale
Sale
Sale
2%
Sale
Sale

6%

9
4%
4% Mar 3
17% Mar 10
2% Mar 15
Mar

5ft Mar

83% Jan

83
Sale
Sale

4%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

2
1

29
30
20
27
1

10%
50%
2% Jan 13
60% Jan 11
40% Jan 6
4
4% Jan
5
5ya Jan
4
12% Jan
3
19% Jan
4
20% Jan
4
10% Jan

8-fr Mar

Sale
Sale

"

2'/8

Sale
20
20

Mar 27

17% Mar 14

Mar
92% Mar
23% Mar
17% Mar
21
Mar

2%

3
Jan 27
4
Jan
3
Jan
Feb
7
Feb 27
Jan 10
3
Jan

Sale
Sale

5%
6%

6ft

5%
4%

13% Mar~23
253/4 Mar 22

8

Sale
Sale

6

5

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

1
1
1
1
1

Sale

30

22%
15%
17 Ya
4y8

6y4 Mar
3y4 Mar
% Mar
60% Mar
11% Mar
153/4 Mar

"9%

8%

8

1
Mar 21
Mar 20
Mar 22
Mar 2
Mar 7
Mar 1
Mar 24
Mar 29
Mar
7
Mar 22
Mar 6
Mar 1

88

1
6
7
1
14
2

5% Mar

Sale

6ft

87 Ya Mar
80 y4 Mar

Sale
Sale

7%
8%
%

8'/a

46

11 y4

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

71

1

Mar

1
1

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

2%

103/4 Mar 20

28

2

Sale

11

15%
211/4
30%

Mar

Sale
Sale

8

Mar

59

4% Mar
18% Mar

2%

39

l

Mar

2% Mar 14
66 y, Mar 27
403/4 Mar 7
5ft Mar 1
5% Mar 1
xi4ys Mar 10
20% Mar 1

18

2%

5% Mar

Mar 2
Mar 21

59%

Sale
Sale

6%
7ya
19%
2%

11% Jan

23%

7%
8y4

Sale

Jan
Jan

1
1

Mar

Sale

13%

8
96

10% Mar

1

21 y2

9% Mar 23
50

9

7y4 Jan
7% Jan

18

Mar

Sale
Sale

102% Mar 2
161/4 Mar 15

Jan
3% Jan

54

9

Sale

9% Mar 16
103/4 Mar 24

5

10 y4
17%

27

3%
1%
67>/4

31% Mar 15

13

27%
Sale
Sale

18

37% Mar 21
6y4 Mar 1
4% Mar 17
10% Mar 3

Sale
Sale

19%
7y4
18%

Sale
Sale

12
16

Sale
Sale
Sale
2%

14%
2%

5
35

60%

Sale

15

4%

18%

3 % Mar 20

18%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
45
Sale
Sale

17

3
Mar 23
Mar 2

Sale
Prices

6

253/4
2% Mar 30

89

15

5% Mar
44

6y4 Mar

21%
2% Mar 13
11% Mar 23

90%
22%

.

14
27 %

%

48
Sale
Sale
Sale

88

45%

29

6

Sale

20%
29%
11

67

45

14

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

15%
20%
4%
35

13%
27%
22%
16%

31 y2 Mar 15
5% Mar 9
3% Mar 1
9
Mar 21
8
Mar 3
814 Mar 7
100% Mar 2
13% Mar 6

Sale

9
46

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Prices

3% Mar 20

Sale
Sale

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Highest

Lowest
Sale
Prices

Highest

Sale
Prices

Sale

Sale

102

Sale
Sale
Sale

Lowest-

Sale

5%

Sale

2ya

or

Bid

—

41%
Sale
Sale

Ltd—_60e

Savage Arms Corp
•
Savoy Industries Ine—28s
Saxon Paper Corp
Sayre As Fisher CO——1

Slmmons-Boardman
2,850

Ask

7ft

Robinson Technical ProtLJOe
Rochester Gas Ac Electric—
4 % preferred F——100

Cum
Cum
Cum

Bid

March 30

March 1
Opening or
Bid

%

;io Algom Mines
Warrants series A
Rio Grande Valley

1,000

1,900
5,800
1,048,000 1,313,500
5,300
18,500
8,900
20,900
7,400
12,600
9,400
23,000
53,100
77,400
57,800
134,600
16,800
5,700
23,100
195,700

*
.1

Reeves Soundcraft

300

800

Opening or
Pa,

Phoenix Steel Corp (Del)—4
Plaseckl Aircraft Corp—X
Pierce Industries lac
1
Pitts & Lake Erie RR_
B0
Pittsburgh Railways Co—*
Plastic Materials OS
Polymers Inc
10c
Pneumatic Scale Corp—10
Polarad Electronics
50c
Poloron Products class A
1

5,600

200

1961

Phlllips-Eckardt Elec wd 1
Philips Electronics Ac Phar¬
maceutical Industries
6
Philippine Long Dlat Tel Oo_
Phillips Screw Company 10o

Vtc

-PRICES IN MARCH-

Price Jan. 3,

Stock Exchange

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

7%

3%
23/4
23/4
21%
8
x8

6
1
1

Mar 21
Mar
1
Mar 1
Mar 16
Mar 15
Mar 6
Mar 2
Mar 2
Mar
1
Mar 20
Mar 9
Mar 2
Mar 22
Mar 17

20 y8 Mar

8
is y4 Mar 16
Mar 3
18
22% Mar 2

%
%
6%
7%
63/4
43/8
6%

Mar 15
Mar 6
Mar 20
Mar 3
Mar
Mar

1
1

Mar 7
5% Mar 8
53/4 Mar 24
3% Mar 1
23/4 Mar 1
2% Mar 1
4ya Mar 28
23% Mar 14
26% Mar 1
31% Mar 29
11% Mar 24
14 y8 Mar 15
9
66

Mar 10

Mar 1
17% Mar 30
7% Mar 1
28% Mar 1

Mar 17
Mar 23
353/a Mar 16
171/4 Mar 1
ft Mar 2
2 2% Mar
1
25% Mar 20
Mar 1
1
% Mar 1
3% Mar 17
4% Mar 24

139
94

6ft
7%
4%
19%
103/6
33/4

11%
3

5%
33/8
3%
25

10%
83/4

Mar 2
Mar 27
Mar 23
Mar 2
Mar 10
Mar 27
Mar 20
Mar 20
Mar 22
Mar
1
Mar 30
Mar 23
Mar 1
Mar 1

20% Mar 1
18 Ya Mar 16
Mar 7
19
23% Mar 15

ft Mar

H
7V4
9%
7y8
7

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

8% Mar
6% Mar

6% Mar
53/8 Mar 27
4ya Mar 30
Mar 24
4
4ft Mar 3
31% Mar 30
39% Mar 22
33% Mar 29
14% Mar 20
173/8 Mar 29
10% Mar 17
95
Mar 3
17% Mar 30
93/4 Mar 14
Mar
Mar
144
Mar
97
35% Mar
21% Mar
% Mar
25% Mar
Mar
27
2% Mar

30

34 Ya Mar

27

31% Mar

35

Sale

55

63% Mar

6
Mar 13

28
3

3
17
24
28
30
3
16
ft Mar 2
4 % Mar 9
5y8 Mar 1

33
Sale

Mar 13

1
20
24
22
22
28
30
21
17

3

Mar 17

1

6% Mar

6

38 y8 Feb 14

6%
4%
10%
9%
10%
102%
16%

Feb
Feb
Feb

9

13
2
Mar 16
Mar 24

Mar 2
Mar 15

9% Mar 23
50

25%
2%
13%
23 y4
11
59

Feb
Mar
Mar
Feb

28
21

30
28

Mar 21
Jan 26

Mar 22
Feb
8
Mar 7
71
49% Jan 25

Mar
Mar
8
15% Mar
21% Feb
30% Feb
11% Feb

6ft

88

24
29
7
27
23

21

Mar 29

92% Mar 30
25

Feb

3

19% Feb 14
21% Feb 28

5ft Mar
14

9

Janll

29% Mar 30
31 % Mar 6
19% Jan 12
17

Mar 22

20% Jan 24
7y4 Mar 13
20

Jan

17

Mar 23
8
8% Mar 22
4% Feb 13
1% Mar 22
70% Mar 8
13% Mar 14
21% Mar 16
8% Mar 21
9% Mar 22
21% Jan 30
2% Jan 16

9

Feb

6

7% Jan
A Jan

3

10% Mar 24

4

Mar 27

4% Jan
Jan

3
12

6
Mar 30
26 Ya Mar 30

78 y8 Feb

7

82% Mar 14
40% Mar 23
18% Mar 8

14

26% Jan 30
11

Feb

14

513 Feb
2
Jan
5
Jan
4
Mar 16
Jan
4

4%
3%
15%
8%
1%

Jan

Jan
1% Jan
2% Jan
2% Jan
6

2

3

Jan

18% Jan
5% Jan
7% Jan 11
20

18y4
17%
21%
%
11

Jan
5
Mar 16
Jan 17

Jan
3
Mar 15
4
Jan

6yB Feb 13
7% Mar 3
6% Feb 23
6
4% Jan
3
5
Jan
5
Jan
3
3% Jan 6
2% Jan
3
7
2 Ya Feb
2% Jan
5
3
3% Jan
20

Jan

6

5%
3%
3%
25
10%
9%

13
Jan 30
Mar 23
Jan 11
Jan

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

Mar
Feb
Feb
Mar
Feb
Jan

10
27

20
20
22
17
20
23
24
13

21

Jan lo
Feb
6
19
Mar 7
23% Mar 15
% Jan
9
« Mar 20
7% Feb
3
9% Mar 22
7% Jan
3

"19

7

Mar 28

8% Mar 30
6V4 Feb 6
7% Jan 21
5% Mar 27
4y8 Mar 37
4

Mar 24

4^ Feb 20

4

31%
39%
33%
14 V8
17%

Mar 30
Mar 22
Mar 29
Mar 20
Mar 29

3
5

11
95

Feb 16
Mar 3

3
20% Jan
31% Mar 29
9
Jan
11 Ya Jan
7% Jan
40
Jan

6ys
7%
4%
22%
10%
3%
11%

3

$17% Mar 30
6% Jan

4

27% Feb
125
Jan

23
5
18
10
1
6

94
Jan
31
Jan
17 V. Mar
A Jan
4
22% Jan
24% Jan 18
1
Jan
3
4
% Jan
3% Feb 15

4% Jan 24

17% Mar 30
9% Mar 14
Mar 28
144% Feb 16
98
Jan
4
36
Jan 31
21% Mar 24
% Mar 28
26% Jan 31
27
Mar 3
2% Mar 16
% Jan 16
4ya Jan 13
6% Jan
3
30

27

42% Feb

28

35

Mar 13
Jan 25
3
45% Jan

8

Mar 17

65% Jan 31

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

April, 1961
Aggregate Sales
in
March

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

19,700
106,000

23,630
281,500

American

Since

-PRICES IN MARCH-

Stock Exchange
Singer Mfg Ltd—
Am dep rets ordregsbs.fi
siick

Airways Inc
•
Smith (Howard) Pap Mills.*

3567100
51,800

ouas

6,400
12,000

74,100
38,500

ouuin

350

980

2,400
3,400

6,200

7,900

100

600

1,600
4,600
4,200

3,700
16,400
7,400
4,300

2,100
29,600
7,500
*9,000
15,000

1,400
90,900
45,100
374,700
208,500
8,300

78,600

32,300
9,500
47,000
7,700
100,700
94,100
761,800
208,500
13,200

16,200
3,800

46,900
11,300

11,400
495,300
18,700
17,900
5,600

22,900
910,100
85,400
33,300

116,700

2,500

134,400
20,900
23,100
575,000
317,600
16,900
66,800
4,675
25,900
17,200
22,100
5,100
482,200
2,800
7,700

6,600
31,200

12,800
121,900

91,300

332.200
120,000

6,700
13,900

388,000
192,200
8,800

19,400
1,050
19,800
17,200
6,900
1,900
276,600
1,300

80,100

19,200

Sonotone

Qorp

.

i

33%

63%
24%
Sale
66
60

65 y8
25%
24%
69 %
64%

4.78%
4.5tt%
4.48%

24
62 %
58

preferred
preferred

25

21%

Sale

22%

.26

21%
20%

22

25

22
21%

Calif Petroleum_JI

7y»

conv

4.32%
4.24%
4.08%

cum
cum

preferred

Southern

Southern Materials Co
Southern Pipe Line
Southern Realty & Util
southland Royalty Co

2

|
1
i
Speedry Chem Prod cl A_50c
encer Shoe Corp
1
sperry Rand Corp warrants.
Sports Arenas Inc
lc

siahl-Mever Inc common..*
Standard Dredging Corp
1
$1.60 conv preferred
>0
standard For gin gs Corp
l
Standard Metals Corp
le
Standard Oil (Ky)
10
Standard Products Co
1
Standard Shares Inc com
1

Standard-Thomson Corp

1
_1
lOe

Standard Tube class B

Stanley Aviation Corp
Stanrock

Uranium

Mines

Steel Co

•

Steel

Canada ord

or

Parts

Corp
(The) Co

6
50c

Stephan
Sterling Aluminum Prod_6
Sterling Breweries Inc
1
Sterling Precision (Del).lOc
Stetson (John B> com
Stinnes (Hugo) Corp
Stone Container Corp

Stop St Shop Inc
Stylon Corporation
Sunair Electronics

11,900

7,000
14,100
8,200

21,700

1,300
4,700
1,625
24,000
154,800
31.200

1,700

30,100
27,900
100

9,200
123,400
37,600

16,400
3,000

(Del)

1
10c

Talon Inc class A common.:
Class

4%

B

5

common

cumulative pfd.

.10

2,300
63,000

3,400

268,400
220,500
8,000

157,400
3,200

320,000
8,100

300
390

300
770

16,300

30.500

5,500

12,800

172,500
40,700

371,900
63,900

360,000
149,600
52,700
26,600
70,600
24,500
621,900 1,491,600
1,650
1,025
277,600
78,400
54,500

Sale

10%

~i% ~8%

10%
11%
24%
14%

9%
23%
12%

«
70
10

24%
3%

6%
9

8

10c

18%
36
3%
5

3%
2Va
3%

2ys
SVa
31%
20%
21 Va
7

5
35

13%

1

Television

1

2%

10c

6%
5%

Tenney Engineering Inc

Term-Hudson Electronics 25c

Terry Industries Inc
Texam Oil Corp
Texas PAL *4.56 pfd
Texstar (The) Corp
Textron Electronics Inc

50c
1
•
10c
50c

Textron Inc warrants.
Thew Shovel Co

Thompson-Starrett Co
70c conv preferred
Thorncliffe Park Ltd
Thorofare Markets Inc
Thriftimart Inc

10c
10
-.1

■.

25c

1
Roofing Inc
1
Tobacco Secur Trust Co—

10

1%
1%
90

iya

9%
7%
16%
1%
7%
6%
26%
25%

Tllo

18

Am dep rets ord reg shs_£l
Am dep rets def reg
5c
Todd Shipyards Corp
20
Toledo Edison 4 Y*% pfd.100

10%
5%

1
1
Trans Cuba Oil class A—50c
Tower Acceptance class A

Trans-Lux Corp

1

Trav-ler

Union

Gas of Canada

•

Union Investment Co
4
Union Stk Yds of Omaha.20
United Aircraft Prod
50c
United Asbestos Corp
1
United Canso Oil St Gas vtc.l
United Elastic Corp
•
United Improvement St

Investing Corp

2.80

United Milk Prod com
5
United Molasses Co Ltd—
Amer dep rets ord reg-10s
United N J Rly St Canal-100
U S Air Conditioning
50c
U S Ceramic Tile Co
1
U S Poll class B
•
U s Rubber Reclaim Co.— I

Universal
Universal
Universal
Universal
Universal
Universal

American Corp_25c
Consol Oil Co
10
Container A
10c
Controls Inc
25c
Insurance
17.78
Marion (Fla)
•
Utah Idaho Sugar Co
5

3*

4%
7y4
8%

A
3

10%

9

32
77
9

Sale
Sale

15%
16%
2%

Sale

Teleprompter Corp
Industries

1%
73%

=

10
21 v*

15%

14
3

Industries

—

Sale

14%
2%

1

Telectro

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

12

34%

20c

9%
Sale

Closing
Bid

Sale
Sale
40%

9
8
35

Sale

11%
7%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
72
Sale
Sale
Sale
22
Sale
Sale
5
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
•'

Sale
Sale
25
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
28%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
10 y2
Sale
Sale
9%

Sale
20%
Sale
19
Sale

Sale
Sale

5ya
15%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
15%

10%

26%

27%

3%
3%
%
41%

Sale
Sale
43

4

5y8
4%

Sale

5%

5%

14%
8%

*

11%
6%
22%
85

7%

■fV

5%

Sale
6%
Sale
9

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
30
Sale
Sale

15%
10%
7
17

21%

69%
223,6
Sale

21

213/4

12%
15%
7%
10%

Sale
Sale

66

67

22%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
S& 1
Sale

41

12%
11 VA
9

11%
24

14%
2%
70 y«
10%
27%
6%
6%
14

4|

3%
11

31%
74%
11%

73/4
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

27%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
76 y4
Sale
Sale

Sale

10
Mar 7
10 y8 Mar 14
9
Mar 23
11
Mar 24
24
Mar 9
14% Mar 10
1% Mar 1
70
Mar 3
9% Mar 27
26% Mar 8
4% Mar 1
6% Mar 20
8% Mar 1
% Mar 6

2% Mar

1

10% Mar

3

28% Mar 15
75% Mar 27
8% Mar 6
20

Mar 29

13% Mar
16% Mar
2% Mar

9

3
1

22
21%
14y4
16%
8%
11 y4
66%
24%
42 y4
13
12 y8
12

12%
24%
15y«
2%
74%
10%

27%
7%
7%
14

Mar 1
Mar 28

Mar 11
Mar 6
Mar 8
Mar 70
Mar 22
Mar 17
Mar 20
Mar I4
Mar 9
Mar 3
Mar 3
Mar 2
Mar 16
Mar 22
Mar 16
Mar 21
Mar 21
Mar 24
Mar 3
Mar 3*

% Mar 27
4y» Mar 10
13% Mar 10
33% Mar 3
78% Mar 20
15
Mar 17
25% Mar 22
15% Mar 3
20
Mar 22

3y8 Mar
23

Sale
Sale

18%
58

41% Mar 6
19% Mar 20
58% Mar 30

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

26%
25%
8

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

5

Sale

6%

Sale

1%
3%
2%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
27%

10

42%
26%
26%
7%

Sale

39%
5%

Sale

44%
77%
27 y8
3%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

6%
i.2%
1%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

£3

9

^"1%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

11

103/4
6%
29%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sal®

33
19

Sale
Sale

11%
6%

11%
6%
22%

12

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

15%
19%
2

Sale

6%

A

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

13%

Sale
Sale

85%
3%
8%
20

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

44%

45%

5%
4%
1%
43%

5%
5%

Sale
Sale

5%
5%
171% 173
Sale
7
Sale
Sale

16%

Sale
Sale
Sale
8ale
31
Sale

8%

Sale

18% Mar

3

49
4%
5%
3%

1
1
1
7

Mar
Mar
Mar

Mar

1% Mar 24
3

2%
7%
37%
24%
24y4
7%
39
5y8
37%

Mar 2
Mar 15
Mar 7

Mar 1
Mar 10
Mar 16
Mar 30
Mar 29
Mar 9
Mar 7

49% Mar
16% Mar
3

7%
11 %

1
1
3

Mar
Mar 9
Mar 15
Mar 6
Mar 20

97

19%
3%

Sale
Sale
Sale

29%

6
5

Mar 28

70% Mar 6
69% Mar 2 /
22% Mar 6

Mar 15

312
1%

7
13

68% Jan
21% Jan
21% Jan

25

Mar 29

29%

10%
7%
38%

Jan
Jan

15
5
3
11

37

28%

6%
37%

Feb

24% Jan

3

21

29%

4

70% Mar 30
25% Mar 14

Mar

23

Sale
19%
Sale

4%

3
3
3

37%

25%
17%
18%
11%

ny4
29%

3

37

6%

6%
22

31

Sale
Sale
Sale

3%
7%
5% Mar
2

1

Mar 27

lVt Mar

9

1

Mar 27

5% Mar 1
7% Mar 9
6% Mar 30

1% Mar 3
3% Mar 27
2% Mar 2
10
Mar 30
45% Mar 10
27% Mar 22
27% Mar 21
8

Mar 21

6
Mar 22

41% Mar
6
49
88

27%

3%
12%
20%
4%
9%
6%
2%
1%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

Mar

10
14
3D
13
2
29
3
28
29
3
27

__

~1A

Mar

9% Mar

8
1

11

Mar 9
19% Mar 28

1% Mar
8% Mar

1
1
1
8

6
26
25
17%

Mar

~6

Mar" 27

22%
84 y4
-13 %
IVa
y8
15
10
5%
17

Mar
Mar

Mar 13

1

Mar 1
Mar 2"

Mar

2

Mar

1

Mar 10
Mar 3
Mar 1
Mar 8
Mar

1

28 y8 Mar 14
21%' Mar 3
16% Mar 6

18% Mar 1
liy8 Mar 28
28% Mar 28
4% Mar 1
3% Mar 7

1%
12%
15%
20%
2%
11%
6%

Mar 16
Mar 10
Mar 29

Mar 7
Mar 23
Mar 23
Mar 6
29% Mar 22
33% Mar 30
19% Mar 21

6% Mar 10
24% Mar 16
86% Mar 28
3% Mar 15
9% Mar 9

A Mar 1
21% Mar 22
13% Mar 30
7% Mar 1
24% Mar 22
31
Mar 30
25% Mar.27
18% Mar 17
19% Mar 6

xl2% Mar
29% Mar
6

8
9
Mar 27

Mar
Mar

3
7

4% Mar 20
1% Mar 21
45% Mar 3

Sale
Sale

5% Mar
5% Mar

2
1

6% Mar 27

5% Mar 3
167% Mar 15

4%

5%
Sale
4%

7

Sale

7

6%
5%
170

40%
11%

7%
45

7%
14%
28%
16%
8%

43%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
30
Sale
Sale

14y4 Jan 25
9
Feb 23
41% Feb 20
33% Mar 30

Jan

22%

Sale
Sale

10% Mar 29
8y8 Mar 30

6% Jan
27% Jan
29 ys Jan

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

6
3

12% Mar 20
8% Mar 1
40
Mar 1
33% Mar 3

Sale
Sale

Sale

5% Jan

5% Jan
_

_

65

22

10% Mar 29
8y8 Mar 30

Sale
Prices

10% Mar 16
7% Mar 3
36% Mar 16
31% Mar 7

25% Mar 17
24% Mar 2
70y4 Mar 6
64% Mar 2
22
Mar 2
21% Mar 15
20% Mar 6
11% Mar 6
14% Mar 21
4% Mar 2
9% Mar 28
65% Mar 8
18
Mar 2
29% Mar 1

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

30%
21%
17%
18%

6% Mar 1
6y4 Mar 10

Sale

19%

86%

3%

33

Sale

16%
28%

18

S

%

36%
8%
5%
31%
6%

6

27%
27%

Sale

253/4
25
79

Lowest
Sale
Prices

Prices

70%
25%
24%
74
67

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Highest

Highest

Sale
Sale

18%
2%

Sale
99
Sale

1%
8%

Lowest
Sale
Prices

37%
32%

14%

i%

1%
9%
11%
20%

8

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

95

40
Sale

17%

40%
5%
42%
51%
16%
3%
12%
12%
4y»
8y„
5%
2y8

Sale
Sale

14%
9%

6

25%
7%

8%

Sale

~3%

8
40
26

Sale
Sale
7%
Sale
5 V*
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
93
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

84%
2%

15%
10%

3%
1%
3%
2%

Sale
Sale
2>/4
Sale
Sale

83%
2%

20
16

5

5%

Sale

20

25

19%
49

Sale
Sale

11
Sale
Sale

4

21%
41 y4

or

Ask
Sale
Sale

24

•

Tel-A-Slgn Inc

5%

Ask

—^

Technical Operations Inc
Technicolor Inc common

For footnotes, see page




8%

39%

Radio Corp
1
Triangle Conduit St Cable *
Tri-Continental Corp warr
True Temper Corp
10
Unexcelled Chemical Corp
5

6,400

18%
33%

Tampa Electric Co
Taylor InternationaL
Technical Materiel Corp_50c

Transportation Cp Amer.lOe

700

18,400

1

Superior Window cl A
10c
Symington Wayne Corp war
Syntex Corporation
2

76,200

2.800
35,400
167,500
113,000

25c

145,200
97,900
28,800
186,800
14,700

Sale

19%

Tonopah Mining of Nev

19,200

28%

41

46,000
291,700
134,000
40,200

10,300
34,000
15,600
45,700
4,600

66

•

27.700
59,200
1,650
102,400

14,000

Sale

58%

■
1
1

Inc

16

58

A

1

12

7%
Sale

4%
10%

2%
8%
27%
67%

Statham Irstruments Inc

20%

4%
ii y»

1

9,600
14,800

258,300

15

starrett (The) Corp
10c
50c dlv conv pfd_____50e

44,700
14,700
141,000
350,200

34,100

60

2414

preferred .-IS
preference—25
preference
25

cum
conv

23,800
5,700
70,900
141,900

214,000

40

Sale

tSupercrete Ltd
Superior Tool St Die Co

23,500
73,700
11,100
157,600
8,000
6,800

8%

29 Ya

Sunset Internet Petroleum_l

700

6Va
35%
11%

28%

820,700

481,600
52,300

9%
6%

6%

1

255,400

2337500

33

6%
Sale
38
Sale

Penn Oil Co
ISM
Southern Call! Edison—
5/« original prelerred_16
4.88% cum preferred... .85

38,500

36,500
51,500
33,600
51,300
13,100
227,800
135,800
623,300 1,514,500
104,600
40,900
508,000
318,100
298,500
242,100
44,100
98,400
84.100
49,200
71,500
34,400
110,600
36,100
86,400
49,500

6
5%

Bid

Ask

Sale
Sale

Manufacturing
south Coast Corp com

684.300

450

Opening or

Opening or
Bid

March 30

March 1

1961

STOCKS

39,400
13,100

37

1
42

4

6%
36%
9%
6%
38%
6%
12%
29
15%
8%

Mar 1
Mar 2
Mar 1
Mar 13

Mar 15
Mar 1
Mar 10
Mar 1
Mar 27
Mar 7
Mar 29

7

Mar 30

5% Mar

3

Mar 28
4% Mar 2

171

Mar 20
Mar 9
Mar 27
Mar 10
Mar 30
Mar 15
15% Mar 13
30
Mar 23
17
Mar 1
IVa
41%
13%
8%
49 y4
8%

8% Mar 10

9

62

24
63

20%
7%
14%
4%
9%
68%
18

28%
8%
10%
8%

70% Mar 30
25% Jan 20

70% Mar 6
69% Mar 27
'22% Jan 26
22% Feb 20

9

8
Feb
Jan 24
6
Jan
Mar 2
Mar 28
5
Jan
Mar 2
3
Jan
Jan 26
Mar 14
Jan lo

9% Jan

Jan 18

25

21% Mar 28
15

Feb

16%
8%
12 V2
68%
24%

Feb
Mar
Jan
Feb
Mar
42y4 Mar
13

16
8
5

28
17

20

Mar 14

12% Mar
12

5

24

Mar

9
3

12% Feb 24

23%
12%
%
68 %
9%
24%
3%

3
Jan
3
Jan
3
Jan
6
Jan
Jan 2 :
tz
Jan
Feb 15
4
6
Jan
6
8% Jan

jyJan
2% Jan

3

%

4

8% Jan

n

4%
13 Va
35%
78%

Jan
Feb
Mar
Feb
Jan
Feb
Mar
Feb
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Feb
Mar

15

Mar 17

26
15%
2%
81%
11%
27%
7%
7%
14

Jan ir
67% Jan
•>
8
Jan
26

20

12

14%
2%

16

23
Mar 27
43 Va Jan
5

16

Mar 22
3% Mar 1

19% Mar 20
58% Mar 30
5% Feb 27
7% Mar 9

6% Mar 30
2% Jan 11
3% Feb
2
2% Jan.- 6
Mar 30
10
45% Mar 10
28
Feb 20
28% Feb 21

% Feb 15
Jan

6

Feb
Jan

0

Jan
20% Jan
20% Jan
Jan

3
9
5
5
r

37% Jan 19
4% Feb 17
3iy4 Jan 18
Jan

8
-

iy4 Feb
92
Jan

3
9
3
3
3
20
3
23
11

1A Jan

3

Jan
7% Mar
9% Jan
2% Jan

6% Jan
Feb
1% Jan
5

9%
7%
16%
1%
8%
5%

Jan
Jan
Jan

4

3
3

3
Feb
9
Jan
Jan 18
5
25% Jan
25

Mar 13

17% Jan 16

11% Feb
5% Jan
20
83

Jan
Jan
2% Jan

1
3
3
7
3

3% Jan 20
4
% Jan
3
14% Jan
8% Feb 13
4% Jan 26
15 y8 Jan
24 y2 Jan

19%
15%
15%
10 %
27%

5
4

:

Mar 21

41% Mar 6
6% Feb 27
49
88

3

11% Jan 26
3

Feb 24

20

Mar 29
18
Jan 19
3
33% Jan
3
3% Jan
It
4% Feb
17
3% Jan

32

10

30
27
10
10
24
30

25% Mar 22

37

7

23
24

Mar 29
3
Jan
9
Jan
1
Feb

20% Jan

3
2%
5%
28%

26
28
22
6
12

27y4
3%
14%
20%

4%
9%
6%
2%
1%
97

Mar
Mar
Mar
Jan
Feb
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Jan
Jan
Feb
Mar
Mar
Mar

10
14

30
30
13

29
3
28
21
4
4

23
1%
16
12%
10
15%
29
21% Feb 16
2% Mar 23
1% Mar 23
7

Jan

30

29% Feb
2
33% Mar 30
19% Mar 21
11% Feb
1
6% Mar lo
24 Va Mar 16
86% Mar 28
3% Mar 15
9% Mar 9
A Jan 18
21% Mar 22
13% Mar 30
7% Mar 1
24% Mar 22
31
Feb 28
25% Mar 27

3
Jan
4
Jan
4
Jan
Jan 16
Jan 28

21% Jan 20
19% Mar 6
Xl2% Mar 28
30
Feb 28

3% Jan
% Jan
42
Jan

4
3
3
7

6
Mar 27
4% Mar 20
1% Mar 21
48
Jan 31

4% Feb
4% Jan

6
4

7% Jan 13

4

5%
167%
3%
6%
33%

8%
4%
31%
6%
12 Va
28y«
13%

Jan

Mar 3
Mar 15
3
Jan
5
Jan
Jan 13
4

Jan
Jan

4

Jan

3

4
Jan
Feb 14
4
Jan
3
Jan

8% Jan

3

7

Mar 30

5% Mar
Feb
4% Mar
8% Jan
41% Mar
13% Mar
8% Mar
49% Mar

174

3
6
2

18
9
27
10
30
8% Jan 18
16% Jan 4
31% Feb 10
17% Feb 23
8% Feb 17

38

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

Aggregate Sales
In
March

Jan. 1

American
Stock Exchange

Share*

Shares

STOCKS

20,200
6,800

33,100
23,600

11,100

23,600
124,300
218,200

Valspar Corp common
l
Vanderbilt Tire & Rubber
1
Van Norman Indus warrants
Venture Capital Corp
1
Victor Paint Co
1
Victoreen Instrument Co—1
VIewlex Inc class A
25c
Vinco Corporation
1
Va Iron Coal & Coke
2
Vita Food Products Inc 25c

Since

97,500
89,900
170,800
127,900

201,600

91,000

260,000

861,700

594,700

14,600
7,300
252,300
13,000
81,500

28,700
18,000
540,400
19,500
293,700

120

690

10,000
9,300

464,800

22,700

20,100

231,900
353,300
909,800 1,326,200
1,800
3,200
17,800
7,100

21,100
12,200

26,100

18,600
53,200
16,000

20

50

166,400

92,200

140,200

800
31,800

5.800
72,200

57,300
3,700

237,300
12,300

4,560

22,510

625

1,000
2,700

1,150
50,500
16,900
12,500
40,700
11,300
60,000

133,400
38,500
27,600
93,300
14,500
77,900

Opening or
Par

Vogt Manufacturing Corp
Vornado Inc
Waco Aircraft Co
Wagner Baking vtc ext
1% preferred

*
10c
•

•
100

Waitt & Bond common
6% conv preferred

4

10
Waltbam Precision Inst Co_l
Webb & Knapp Inc
10c
$6 series preference
•
Weiman <Ss Company Inc
1

Wentworth Mfg Co
1.25
West Canadian Oil & Gat_l%
West Chemical ProductsJOe
West Texas

67,300

Price Jan. 3,
1961

Utilities

165,100

44,800

85,400

250
160
125

825
330
850

7,300
5,800

31,150
9,800

100

1,400

44.230

4.40% preferred
100
Western Development Co
1
Western Gold & UranlumlOc
Western Leaseholds Ltd
•
Western Nuclear Inc
I*
Western Stockholders Inc—
Amer dep rets ord shs
Is
West Tablet & Stationery ;•
Westmoreland Coal Co
20
"Westmoreland Inc
10
Weyenberg Shoe Mfg Co
1
White Eagle Internat'l
10c
White Stag Mfg class A—
1
Wichita River Oil Corp
l
Wlckes (The) Corp
5
Wieboldt Stores Inc
•
Williams Brothers Co

1

Industries Inc
10
Williams (R C) & Co
1
Wilson Brothers common
1
5% preferred
25
Wisconsin P&L 4%% pfd 100
Wood (John) Industries
•
Wood Newspr Mach Corp
1
Woodall Industries Inc
2
Woolworth (P W) Ltd—
Amer dep receipts
5c
6% preference
Ji

67,300

219,400

Wrlght-Hargreaves Ltd—40e

7,500

20,500

10,200
124,600

50,600
159,400

Zale Jewelry Company Inc_l
Zapata Off-Shore Co
50c
Zapata Petroleum Corp 10c

«

$

Opening

Ask

Bid

10%

4%

Sale
Sale
5ya

6ya

Sale

9

5%

—»

13 y8

Sale

i4y»

Sale
Sale
Sale

8%

6%
16%
12%
12%
3%
4%
70

2%
5

1%
1

75
3%
2%
%
18%

Sale
Sale
Sale

3%
Sale
75%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

13%
5%

Sale

Sale

43/4
12%
193/4

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

15

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

36%

Sale
Sale
Sale

13%

13%
28%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

5%
6%
15%

17%
is y4
9%

7%
18

82

or

Ask

5

12%
19 y4
3%
8%

March 30
Closing or
Bid Ask

Sale

4ya
Sale
83

3%

3%

7%

Sale

1%

Sale

1

2%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

1ft

1ft

•

9%
10 ya
19

7
9%
79 Ya
5ya
9%

5%

Sale

Sale
14 Va
Sale

Sale
Sale
80

3

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

1%

Sale

2%
13/s
84%
43/4

Lowest

Bode
Prices
l

5

Mar 1
4% Mar 24
6y4 Mar 1
15 ya Mar 1
15
Mar 30

17% Mar

2

9% Mar 21
73/4 Mar 1
17y2 Mar 7
Mar

7

17% Mar

7
3

4

Mar

8% Mar

1

82
Mar
3 34 Mar

6
6
8

7% Mar
l3/4 Mar

22

Sale

26

Sale

1
1
Mar 1
79
Mar 14
3% Mar 1
2ya Mar 15
1A Mar 2
22
Mar 1

90%
4%

92 y4
Sale

90%
4%

3%

Sale
Sale
Sale

90% Mar 30
4% Mar 7
33/4 Mar 7

80%
3%

Sale
Priees

Sale
Prices

10% Mar

12

Highest

Sale
Priees

Lowest

14% Mar 10
x53/4 Mar 27
5% Mar 15
12% Mar 30
21
Mar 23
17% Mar 1
36% Mar 30
11 Ya Mar 13
10 y4 Mar 30
22
MarlO
14% Mar 10
29% Mar 30
8y4 Mar 21
103/4 Mar 13
Mar 16

85

5y4 Mar 29
10

Mar 30

2% Mar 6
1% Mar 29
84 y4 Mar 30

91% Mar 30
5
Mar 13
5y4 Mar 28
3% Mar 22
4y8 Mar 13

43/4 Mar 30
3

Mar 29

1% Mar 7
28% Mar 17

14% Mar 10
5% Jan 3

3
Jan 16
4% Mar 24
5% Feb 17

8% Jan

5

19
3
5
14
Jan
3
8% Jan
3
eya Jan
16% Jan 10
12
Mar 7
12% Jan 11
3% Jan 5
4
Jan
3
4
70
Jan
3
1% Jan
3
4ya Jan
1% Jan 3
1
3
Jan
3
75
Jan
8
3% Feb
2
Jan
6
% Jan 3
11

Jan

13% Jan

18% Jan

3

„

5% Feb
12'/a Mar
21
Mar
18
Feb
36% Mar
liya Mar
10 Vi Mar
22
Mar
15% Jan
29 y2 Mar
8% Mar
10% Feb

13
30
23
28
30
13
30
10
18
30
21
23

Jan 24
5y4 Mar 29
10
Mar 30

85

6
1% Mar 29

2% Mar

84 Vi Mar 30
4% Mar 30
3
Mar 29

1% Mar 7
28% Mar 17

Co—

Williams-McWilllams
33,600
16,000

Bid

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN MARCHMarch 1

85%
4%
3%

87%
Sale
Sale

311.

3%

3

Sale
3%

3

3

3%

3%

Sale

4ys

ft

Sale
Sale

3/8
42%
233/4
30
62
3/4
28%

y4
30%
20

Sale
Sale

46

5%

Sale
29 y4
47
Sale
Sale
Sale

24

3%

3y8

28

Sale

19%
13%

20%

423/4
20 y4

Sale
20%

Sale

14%

Sale

453/4
31%
17%

8ya

Sale
Sale
Sale

10%
41/4
19%
18%

Sale
Sale

28%
44%
%
25

3%

4

20%
18%
90%

19%

21

24%

Sale

25
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

30%
56

%
24%
3

Sale

18%

93%
233/4

95

Sale
Sale

10%

24%
Sale

19

19%

8ft

Sale

2ft

3%
Sale

7»/a
2%

7%
18

1 16
20%

Sale
Sale
Sale

5

4y4

8%

3%
Sale

1ft

10%
4%
183/4
18%
92%
24

10%
17%
7%
2%

1ft

3%

Mar

8

Sale

3% Mar

7

A Mar

1
6

Sale

49%

42

25
31
64
Sale

22% Mar 6
30ya Mar 20

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
19%
Sale
25
Sale
Sale

Sale

3%
Sale
Sale

22

Sale

7

4%

Sale
Sale

7ya
7%

Sale
Sale

1003/4

Sale

100
46
92%
120 Ya

89%
70

23

Mar

56

Mar
% Mar
24% Mar

1
2
1
9
2
3
3

2% Mar
36

Mar
20% Mar
14 y4 Mar

914
33/4
18 y4
18%
92%

Mar
Mar
Mar

24
10

Mar
Mar
Mar

Mar
Mar

16y2

8
3
7
16
30
23
20
28

7% Mar 30
__

1

■

________

1

Mar

20% Mar 20

A- Mar 21
49% Mar 14 :
243/4 Mar 8
32
Mar 14
75
Mar 6
3/i Mar 27
29y4 Mar 29
3% Mar 20
463/4 Mar 20
33 y2 Mar 30
18 y4 Mar 24

11% Mar 20
5% Mar 14
21 y4 Mar 16
19
Mar 3
95
Mar 2
24 y2 Mar 6
113/s Mar 9
19% Mar 21

2% Jan

9

% Jan
30% Jan
Jan

3
3
3

28% Feb

7

20
44

"

% Feb

1

2
1

Sale
53
Sale

99% Mar 30

103% Mar 20

53
Mar 15
90ya Mar 21

53
Mar 15
93% Mar 2

Sale

8834 Mar

~2

Sale

68

89% Mar 14
Mar 30
70

93
135

Sale
Sale

135

39

Sale
20

Jan

2% Jan
27% Jan
20

9
9

Jan

13% Jan

3
1
Feb 27
Feb 10
3
Jan
Jan 10
3
Jan

8% Jan
3% Feb
173/4
18

90 %

22%
7%

16% Mar 28
7% Mar 30
_

iyaMar

4
13
31
10
18

Jan

x22

7% Mar 30
—»

23
Mar 28
83,4 Mar 9
8 3/4 Mar 9

6% Mar
4% Mar

88% Jan 18
4
4% Jan
3
3% Jan
2tt Feb 15

_

1

——

91% Mar 30
5% Jan 16

5y4 Mar 28
3% Jan
5
4y2 Jan 18

•A Feb 13
49%
32 y2
32
75

y8
29l/4

3%
49%
33%
18%

Mar 14

Jan
Mar
Mar
Jan
Mar
Jan
Feb
Mar

27
14
6

9
29
5
24
30
Mar 24

11 y4 Mar 20

5y4 Jan 11
21% Jan 19
19
Mar 3
95
Mar 2
24 y2 Mar 6
1134 Jan 25
19"% Mar 21
8

Jan

3

_

Feb 20

13/8 Jan 11

9
3
3

23
Jan 23
8% Mar 9
8% Mar 9

Jan 17
Feb 20
4
89% Jan
4
120
Jan
88
Feb 14
65
Feb 3

103 y2 Mar 20
Feb 10
53
93 y2 Mar 2

20% Jan
5

Jan

4% Jan

BONDS
Alsco Inc—

363,000
2,000

734,000
14,000

89,000

282,000
5,000

70,000

105,000

8,000

35,000

35,000
178,000

811,000

57,000
8,000

143,000
86,000

8,000

25,000

65,000

531,000 1,351,000

5%s conv subord debs 1974
A Amer Steel & Pump 4s 1994
Appalach'n El Pwr 3 %s_1970

100
50

Bethlehem Steel 6s
Boston Edison 2%s

120

1998
1970

Chemoil Indus 6s debs__1973
Chicago Transit Authority—
3%s rev ser '47_
Davega Stores 6%s

1978
1975
Delaware Lack & West RR
Lackawanna of N J Dlv—
1st mtge 4s ser A
1993
Alst mtge 4s ser B_ 1993.
Finland Res Mtge Bank—
5s stamped
1961

General Builders 6s
"Gen Development 6*_

Sale
52

89%

Sale
_

„

88%
65

Sale
70

89%

91

■

103

Sale

Sale

37
20

IMS

98
75

1978

23

105

79
Sale

53
92%
120%

93%

883/4
65%

89%

93%

95 y4

72

Sale

135

Sale
Sale

40
19 M

98
77

18%

—

Mar

2

92% Mar 28
1

Mar

38% Mar 29
181/2 Mar 21

94
155

Mar
Mar

7
9

89% Jan
103
Jan

40

Mar

1
1

36% Jan

191/4 Mar

81
Sale

98
83

Sale

80

Mar

2

83

116

Sale

108

Mar

3

117

Sale
8%
138

8

9%

Mar

1

7
150

8%

111%

99
50

Mar 30
Mar 30

6

3

5
18% Mar 21

49,000

56,000

517,000 1,527,000
...

„„

101,000

306,000

216,000
795,000
1,000
3,000
2,038,000 3,412,000
714.000 2,059,000

111,000

289,000

21,000

38,000
2.000

139,000

301,000

7,000

7,000
22,000
6,000
39,000

5,000

40,000

210,000
38,000
284,000
4,000
4,000

139,000
359,000
38,000
858,000
19,000
10,000

24,000

28,000

11,000
5,000

19,000
18,000

27,000
38,000

59.000
69.000

14,000
37,000
15,000
1,000

45,000
61,000
163,000
14.000
184,000
62,000

126,000
27,000
8,000

26,000

5,000

25,000

11,000
90,000

54,000
50,000

100,000
132,000




A4s ser A

(stmp mod)_1970

4s registered
Hydrometals 6s A wi

7%

14

1970

1972

Sale

132

Sale

122

60%
136

Italian Power Realization—

ATrust 6%s llq tr ctfs
Lithium of Amer 5%s__1970
Midland Valley RR 48—1963
Natl Bellas Hess 5%s
1984
National Research 5s
1976
National Theatres <fe
Television 5%s
1974
New Engl Pwr 3%s a . 1951

Nippon El Pow 6%a ext.1963
Ohio Power 3 Ms
1968

1st mortgage 3s
1971
Penn Water &Pwr 3y«s_1964
3 Vis
1970
Pub Serv El & Gas 6s
1998
Rapid-American 7s
1967
5%s
1964
Sapphire Petroleum 5s 1962
Southern Cal Edison 3s_1968
3Ms series A
1973
3s series B
1973
2%s series C
1976
3 Vis series D
1976
3%s series E
1978
3s series F
1979
3%s series G
1981
4 Ms series H_
1982
4%s series I
_1982
4%s series J
1982
4%s series K
1983
5s series L
1985
4%s series M
1985
South Calif Gas 3Ms
1970
Southern Counties Gas
of California 3s
1971
Southwestern Gas &
Electric 3Ms A
1970

Wasatch Corp 6s A
1963
Washington Water Pwr—
1st mortgage 3Ms
_1964
Webb & Knapp Inc 5s 1974

9%
7%

58%

104M 105%
86
88M
100
99 M

Sale
Sale

78

61 y4

Sale

86%

__

115

Sale

139

134

Sale

123

99%

Sale

92%
-86
96

93%

95

Sale

80%
96%

80
84
90 %
81 y2

92
96
99

120%
98%

86

91M
82%

Sale
Sale
66
Sale

157
64

96%
82
86%

96%
102
102

104%

91

81%
92
81
86

98j/2
103%
104%
104%
104%
101%
91%

153°

61

60% Mar 29
132
Mar 2
87
Mar 7

62% Mar 20
180
Mar 21
87
Mar 7
140
Mar 30
141% Mar 17

177

113

Mar

1

123,

Mar

8

77
99%
99%

Sale

77

Mar 28

99

Mar

93 y8

94

93%

Mar~22

97

90
96

88

Mar 27

88% Mar 23

93%

89%

9^4
■

95
84
92

99%
104
105

99
160
70
96
85
87
86%

Sale
80

Sale

90%

88ys Mar 14
91
84

89

105

102

101%
92%

91%
99% 101

95%

98

Sale

Sale

98

—

Sale

68%

Sale

92i/4

99% 101

69%

80
Mar 8
991/2 Mar 13

13
2

122%
99%
173
72%

89%
91%
84%
90%
99%
104%

88

Mar 29

89

92% Mar 14
99% Mar 23

100

89%
98%
101

104%
104%
1041%
101%

67

Mar
Mar

22
3
20
24
13
7

22
6

6
1

Mar

7

Mar

3
6
9
10
13
6

Mar

Mar 16

Mar 24
Mar 9
Mar 9
Mar 17
Mar 15
Mar 30
105
105% Mar 2
104% Mar 7
102% Mar 3
Mar 3
93

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

98%
Sale

Mar" 10

Mar
971/4 Mar
90% Mar
89!/4 Mar

92

99%
102 % 1041/4

89%
98% 100

64

6

89%

104%
101%

__

Mar 1
Mar 8
95% Mar 3
90% Mar 13

95
84
91%
Sale

88

—

97% Mar 13
157
66

89% Mar

91

—

Mar 21

91%
82%

1051/4

92%

9

Mar

6

921/4 Mar 14
Mar

6

98% Mar 3
69% Mar 30

94
155

Jan 19
Jan 16
Jan
4

10
153

8
8

118

57 % Jan

104
87

Jan
Mar
100
Jan
98% Jan
77
98%
99%
93
88

6

4

7
3
3

Jan 12
Feb
Jan

Jan

9
3
5

Mar 27

119

95%

Jan
Jan

3
10

87
86

Jan 12
Mar 8
Jan
4
Feb
3
Jan 23

86

Feb

133
66

95

4

Mar
Mar

7
9

42 y4 Jan 26
24
Jan 27

83
117

95% Feb 27
90% Jan 20
122

99%

.

86%

88%

88 %

Mar 30

Sale
Sale

122

80

102% 104%
100
100

95%

90

83

127y4 Mar 14

90

79%
99%

Sale
99
96
123 M 135
67
64
95 M
Sale
85 y2

Sale

95%

78%
99

99%

■

1

82

Sale

99

90
119

60 Va

170
90

9% Mar

Jan

89% Mar 14
Feb 13
70

-76" Jan 20
8
100y4 Feb

Guantanamo <fc Western—

5,000

120

Mar 30
Mar 30

11% Feb

3
Jan 31
Mar 30

62% Mar 30
180
Mar 21

88% Jan 17
140

Mar 30

141% Mar 17
80
99%
99%
97

Jan

3

Mar 13
Jan
3
Mar 10

88% Mar 23
96% Jan 20
Feb 23
91
122 y2 Mar 7
99% Mar 3

173
72%
97%
91
89%

Mar 6
Mar 9
Mar 10
Feb 23
Mar 6

3

89% Marl6

90% Jan 23
80% Feb 17
891/4 Mar 22

91% Jan 19
84% Mar 9

Feb 16
Jan
4
9
102% Jan
101
Jan 16
104% Jan 12
3
100% Feb
4
Jan
91
97
99

88

Mar 29

89% Jan 11
98% Jan
5

96% Jan
63% Jan

5
3

92

Jan

5

99% Feb 23
1043/4 Mar 15
Mar 30
105
105% Feb 24
104% Feb 23
102% Mar 3
93

Mar

3

89% Feb 10
92% Mar 14
100

Feb 17

98% Feb 27

69% Mar 30

Aggregate Sales
in
March

39

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

April, 1961
American

Since

Price Jan. 3,
1961

Stock Exchange

Jan. 1

Opening or

BONDS

Bid

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

-PRICES IN MARCHMarch 30

March 1
Opening or
Bid
Ask

Closing
Bid

Lowest
Stale
Prioes

or

Ask

Lowest
Sale
Priee

Highest
Sale
Prices

Highest
Sale

Prices

FOREIGN GOVERNMENT
AND MUNICIPALITIES

(Germany) 7a
1951
Danzig Port St Water¬

A Baden
a

3,000

IIII

ways

Board 6%8

1952

13V4

German Say Bank <Sz Clear
Assn debt adjust debs
5 Vis series A
1967
4Vis series B
1967
Mlanover (Prov) 6Vis
1949
Maranhao (State of) Brazil

1~000

11%

13%

85
87

-

—

120

Int red to 2Vb%
2008
Mortgage Bank of Bogota—
A7s issue May 1927—1947
A 7s issue Oct 1927—1947
Mtge Bk of Denmark 5S-1972

ZIZZ

7~000

1,000

Stpd pursuant to Plan A
Int red to 2y«*
2008
Peru (Republic of)—
3s sinking fund
1997
Rio de Janeiro—
Stpd pursuant to Plan A
Int reduced to 2%
2012

8.000

472,000 1,041,000
1,000

6,000

63

Sale

45

50

45%

flat.

trading and the
.

-

of sale prices

range

_

.

—.

.

Details of all 1961

w

a

A

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

STOCKS

18,700

Acme Steel Co

17,400
40,300

17,100

Admiral Corp
Advance Ross Electronics
Akron Brass Mfg

43,700
56,700

A Ills-Chalmers

25c

48

Mar 16

48

Feb 20

'55

Jan 10

Deferred delivery sales, of which no
taken in computing range, are given
No sales.

~

below

in

Jan 23
Mar 22 wi

Exchange

Opening or
Bid
Ask

Opening or
Bid
Ask

$2,000
2,000

Bid

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale

66%

Sale
Sale

20%

7%
17%

7%
20%
12%
26%

66%

Sale

14

Sale
Prices

Sale
21%
Sale
Sale

14

8%

Highest
Prices

Ask

21>/8

Sale
Sale
Sale
8
Sale
Sale

53%

17%
10%
7%
17
10%

Lowest

March 30
Closing or

Sale

23%

Sale

21% Mar
Mar
8% Mar
23% Mar
14% Mar
Mar
27
36% Mar

15

6
24
10
29
10
13
27

Sale

1

21%

Sale

23

Sale

22%

Sale

21% Mar 10

23% Mar

1

45%
35 y8
45%
20%
87%

46

50%

47%
39%

44% Mar

37%
44%

51%
Sale
Sale
Sale

48

Sale
Sale

49% Mar 2
39% Mar 30
49% Mar 21

25

21%

Sale
Sale

1.66%

17%

Sale

18%

Amer Radiator St SS (Un)_5
American Steel Foundries
1
American Tel St Tel
33%

12 %
27%
104

12%
Sale
Sale

141/4
33%

34

(Un)_12.50
(Un)
-25

65
41%

65%
Sale

—50

44%
13%

Amer

7,400

21%
113%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Rights

135,100
30,100

471/2

Sale

2

Fdry_3A0

108

Motors

Corp

2.200
3,800

4,300
65,800

14,100

Anaconda Co (Un)

85,400

Apache

2,100
2,900
3,900

8,600
10,700
29,600

Armco Steel Co
Armour St Co

4,600

10,700
1,200
15,800
35,300

Ashland Oil St Ref
$1.50 2nd preferred
Associates Investment Co.10
Atch Topeka St Santa Fe—10

1.25

Corp

Arkansas Louisiana Gas.2.50

10
5

(Un)

15 y4
33%

Sale
Sale

52%
151/4

Sale
Sale

54

54%
Sale

50

35

35%

67%

681/4
Sale

411/4
74%
441/4

Sale
Sale
Sale

26%

Sale

42

42%

26%
44%

23%

24ya

24

10

Sale

38

21%
40

74

4
Refining Co (Un) 10

17

18

21

22

43%

43%

52%

52%

201/4
55%

43

Sale

45

13%

Sale

15%

Sale

20%

9%

1

Mar 23

Mar 10

54% Jan
17% Jan

81% Mar 30

21% Jan

24% Feb

3

43% Jan 10
4
34% Jan
42% Mar 8
6
20% Jan
85% Jan
3
1 A May 28

16%
12%
27%
103%

1-&

Feb

6

Jan
4
Jan
3
Jan
3
Mar 22

65% Jan
41 y4 Jaii^

5

3

44
Jan
4
13 Va Jan 23
35% Jan
5
68% Jan

48% Mar 17

38

27Vi Mar 13

21V* Jan

62 y4 Mar~21
26
Mar 22
10% Mar 3
211/4 Mar 2

62'A Mar"21
23% Mar 9
9% Mar 24
20

Sale

52% Mar 23

Sale
Sale

41

Mar 16

57

Mar 20

2
24

68% Feb 15

10% Jan

26 Y* Mar

Sale
Sale
20%

Feb

23% Feb 10
4
32% Jan

75

1

73% Mar 14
22
15

Mar
10% Jan
23% Mar
14% Mar
27% Feb
36 y8 Mar

10% Jan
7% Jan
16% Jan

70
Mar 24
44 y8 Mar 1

46%
Sale
45'/4

5
3
3
9
5
3

37
56

Jan

3
3
Jan 13
Jan 11

21% Jan
9% Jan
17

6

Jan

44% Jan

3
4
9
9

12
29
10
3

27

9

50% Feb 27
39% Mar 30
49% Mar 21
22 y« Mar 3
122% Mar
2% Mar

8

8
20% Mar 30
16 Ya Mar 10
35Y* Mar 22
Mar 30
122
ltt Mar 30
75% Mar 22
7
50 y4 Feb

54% Feb 28
24% Mar 20
42
75

48%

Feb 27
Mar 10
Mar 17

27 Y* Mar
41 y4 Feb
62 y4 Mar
Mar
26
10% Mar
22% Feb
Mar
57

13
23
21
22
3
6
20

Co

of America
Avco

211/4

39

54
Mar 22
24 V2 Mar 20
41% Mar 3

Mar 14

14% Mar

3
8

351/4 Mar 22
Mar 30
122
HI Mar 30
75% Mar 22
491/4 Mar 30

1A Mar 22
71% Mar 1

Sale

73%
46'A

Atlantic

Canteen

Mar

45% Mar 22

Athey Products Corp
Automatic

Sale

3

2% Mar 8
20% Mar 30
16% Mar 10

Mar
Mar
Mar 22

Sale

10

16,300
98,100

17%
14%
33 y8
110%

491/4

Sale
Sale

preferred

Sale
15i/2

221/4 Mar
122 % Mar

Sale

21%
9%

non-cum

Sale

47 y8

35%

5%

Mar
42% Mar
21% Mar
107% Mar
m Mar

75

120%
133

Sale
36%

11,600

81% Mar 30

37

Sale

114%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
22%,

Sale
Sale
Sale

Rights
Amer Tobacco Co
American Viscose

20%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Prices

Prioes

73% Mar 14

64% Mar 9
20% Mar 22
13 y8 Mar 8
7% Mar 23
20% Mar 1
11 '/a Mar 8
25% Mar 15
33% Mar 1
72% Mar 1

1960

1961

Sale

American Mach St

trading.

Date Admitted
to Trading

72%

American Cyanamld (Un)_10
American Investment (Hl)-l

in

alphabetical arrangement.

34

(Un) 12.50

taken

-

No sales.

69%

American Can Co

below:

sales, of which no account is
computing range, are given below:

69%

Broadcasting
Theatres (Un)

account Is

Under the rule sales, of which no account
taken in computing range, are given below:
No sales.

31%

.10

Mfg.

98.750
736,700
7,300
15,300

11,400
53,200

Mar 16

Sale
Sale
32 Ya

American
Param't

6,300
13,400
54,500

2,700
6,000

Mar 30

American Airlines (Un)

5,700

~3~000

47

Aluminium Ltd.
Aluminum Co of Amer (Un)l

2.700

48,400
33,500

13,800
6,200
1,500
3,300

Jan 23

23
13%
261/4
35%
80 y2

50c
1

Alleghany Corp (Un)

25,900

16,700
2,700
33,650
528,000

.10
.1

.

8,900

43,600

March 1

1961

Abbott Laboratories-

23,200

51,400

44

-PRICES IN MARCH-

Price Jan. 3,

52%

6,400

5,900

Mar 30

Bond Sales—
March
Jan. 1 to March 31—

2,659,000
7,562,000

Par

7,700
9,400
15,600
6,000
24,700
18,900
11,900

2,100

47

One-for-five

1960

Midwest
Stock Exchange

2,500

2

compilation of the round-lot transactions only

10,676,000

(Shares)-

in
March

16,900
14,000

Mar

Five-for-one

4,373,000

(Shares)

7,300

Feb 28

Basis of Spilt er
Stock Dividend

1961

Stock Sales—

1,900

64

*

RECORD, in the
stock dividends and split-ups, are indicated

Midwest Stock

Since

Jan 20

Cash

D P /*■

Kirby Petroleum Co.
Seaton Leather Co.

Aggregate Sales

62

published here, Is simply the trading and range for the new shares since this issue
with a stock dividend. The range " and volume for the old shares can be
~
—
month when the issue was removed from

Stock leans

Jan. 1 to March 31

3

45

Sale

48

Hams ef Com men

March

Jan

48

47

either split, or sines new stock was issued in connection
"
A "PI /MlT
found in thW back issues of the BANK AND QUOTATION
.

99

6

"rtc"—Voting trust certificates,
"x w"—Without warrants.

wu

.

3

Mar

"m"—Mortgage,
"n-v"—Non-voting,

Ex-rights.

.

Jan

64

■

z

J The volume of

Feb 23

6

"cod"—Certificates of deposit,
"cons" —Conso li da ted.
"conv"—Convertible.
"cum"—Cumulative.

Bx-dlvidsnd.

Corrected volume.
A Bonds being traded

66

Mar

Abbreviations used above:

Ex-liquidating distribution

y

Feb 28

64

65

48

—

g Ex-stock dividend,
r Sold for cash,
x

66

45

66

•
No par value,
t Reported In reeelyerahlp.
a Deferred delivery sals,
d Ex-interest.

f

99

Sale

69

80
80
99

80
80

80
80
99

64

99

64

69

87% Jan 19

-?-

Parana (Brazil)—

a

62

69

54

13% Feb 10

13 % Feb

13 %

80
80
120

87
120

10

87% Jan 19

12

13%

88

_

Stpd pursuant to Plan A
3,000

130

115

115

2.50

3

Corporation

a

45% Mar 28

3
1

Mar

153/4 Mar

21 Va Mar 30

37% Feb 10
6
13% Jan

45*% Mar 28
21 Yb Mar 30

~x

t

Bailey Selburn Oil St Gas Ltd
700

6,300
1,000
2,400
6,550
21,800
3,700
6,700
13,300
850

6,900

2,000
15,300
3,850
4,200
17,000

Class A.
Bald win-Lima-Ham (Un)
._

Bastlan-Blesalng Co

1,500
21,500

50c
10

Belden Mfg
_
_
Bell St Oossett Co
Bendix Corp

5

12%
90

3%
17%

3

15

5

66%

Benguet Consol Inc (Un)_p2
Bethlehem Steel Corp (Un)_8
Binks Manufacturing Co—

1%

40%

iCorrected volume,

5%
13
—

V-:."

4%
Sale
Sale
67

Sale
Sale
__

a

7%
14
106

3%

7%

8-A

Sale
107

20

Sale
Sale

163/4
64%
1%
45%

14
117

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

4%
203/4
18%
633/4
1%
46

Sale
Sale
Sale

64y<
Sale
Sale

37%

Sale

Deferred delivery sale,

25'
41

26

24
46 Ya

413/,

r Cash sale,

x

Sale
Sale

Ex-dividend.

8% Mar 22
143^ Mar 7
117
Mar 30

7}| Mar 27

Sale
Sale
Sale

13 % Mar 23
108 y2 Mar 7
-

3% Mar

4y8 Mar 28
22% Mar 21
18% Mar 30

1

Mar
Mar

l
7

20
16 y8
62%
1 Ya
45 Ya

Mar 15
Mar 3

24

67

"

'

Mar 22
2

41% Mar

Mar

1% Mar
47 Ya Mar

Mar 29
-i

New common

Boeing Airplane Co (Un)—•

•No par value,




1

13
•

Bearings Inc

52,200
9,200
27,200
45,700

..

*r

6
1

6

5% Jan
13

Jan
92% Jan

v3%
17%
14%
62%
iy8

9
4

11

40

9
Jan
3
Jan
1
Feb
Mar 15
5
Jan
3
Jan

23

Feb

8% Mar 22
15% Feb
6
117
Mar 30

4%
22%
18 y4
72
1%
47%

Mar 28
Mar 21
Mar 30
Jan 31
Jan
9
Mar 9

.

25 y2 Mar 16
47% Mar 17

14

35% Jan 26

(Un) Issue admitted to unlisted trading privilege-

25% Feb 23
47% Mar 17

EXCHANGE

MIDWEST STOCK

40
Midwest
Stock Exchange

Aggregate Sales
Since
Jan. 1

in

March

Share*

Shares

2,500
7,600
5,900

7,400
19,900
20,150

500

500

61,000
7,000
16,300
6,800
1,850

3,300
5,600

10,600
5,100

11,200
1,500
2,000
2,900

1%
21%

23

32

Sale
21%
32%

40

41

22%
13%
39%

Sale
Sale
39%

$3

16%c
25

10
50

Corp of Am (Un)_*

conv

7,400

7,600

6,000
3,400
7,500

'

19,300

12,100

5,900
15,100
8,500

9,800
2,800
100

7,000

14,300

2,200

7~100

19,600

Sale

43%

Sale

35 Vb Mar
25

6

53%
21 Vi

57%
24%

56V2

Sale
58 %

Sale

27%

28%

61%
Sale

63%

Sale

18

Sale

64%
15%

Sale
Sale

14
24
20%

18%

18-%
37%

17
29
24 %

17%
29%

Sale
Sale
Sale

9%

10

Sale
44%

Sale
Sale
42%
Sale

41
Sale

Sale

12
14%

Sale
Sale

36%
24 %

Sale

23%
68%
97%
39 %
50%
62 y8

$4.64 preferred ——100
Consolidated Foods
1.33 Va
Consolidated Nat Gas (Un) 10
Consumers Power Co
•

23%
34%

433/4
40%

51%

4,370
9,200
400
900

1,600
3,500

2,000
10,000
23,900

13,300
26,700
75,600

50

150

2,600

1,700
3,300

6,100
5,600
8,000

41,600

8,300
700

49%
89

56%
Sale
Sale

41%
56 Va
65%

41%
56%
653/4

29 y4

Sale;
35%
Sale

7%
Sale
Sale

38%

Sale

47%

22%

.

19%

Sale

52%

Sale

56

48%
36 Va

50 y4
44

1

48%
35%

Dodge Manufacturing

5

24

Sale

Dow Chemical Co

5

74%
30%

Sale
Sale
Sale

1
iS

186

23%

Eastern Air Lines Inc
1
Eastman Kodak (Un)
10
El Paso Natural Gas
3
Elder Manufacturing Co_7.50

108

27%

-

12%

13
12 %

12

5

11%

Sale

13%

Fairbanks-Whitney Corp

1

7%

Sale

9%

Fairchild Camera &
Instrument Corp (Un)
1
Falstaff Brewing Corp
1
Firestone Tire & Rub (On).*
Firstamerica Corp (Un)—2

140%

Sale
35%

8,000

19,000
10,350
62,800
1.17,900
\22,600

1,250

6.750

1,600
2,600
38,300

3,900
6,200
59,600

4,300
3,900
17,800
7,100

1,120

4,890

4,900
14,200
39,400
3,800
2,900
64,300

14,300
35,700
147,000
10,300
12,800
221,400

68

28

64%
12%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Fruehauf Trailer Co

19
8

19%
8%

74%
14 y8
22%
8ya

78%

Sale

84

7%

8%
2%
17

FWD

1

.10

Corp

General Amer Transport_1.25
General Bankshares Corp
2
General Box Corp
1
_

General Candy Corp
General Contract Finance

5
2

8

2%
16%
6%

General Portland Cement
1
Gen Public Util (Un)
2.50
General Telephone &

39%

800

4,600
4,400

40,100
1,800

110,100
6,700

Electronics Corp
3.33%
General Tire & Rub Co_83%c

27%

4,000

7,700

Genesco

7,200

oniett*

2,300

©

2,900
4,800
1,200
1,500
23,400
1,300
4,400
4,500

8,500
5,400
2,350
52,100

4,900
11,000

—

Inc

(Ths) no
Alden Corp (Un)
Glidden Co (Un)
:
Goldblatt Brothers
Glen

47%.

57%

City Steel

11,100
17,700

"■Wo

par




{Corrected

volume,

41%
65%
76%
35 y8

67% Jan 18
18% Feb 27
19% Feb 10

6

5
5

37% Feb 28
26
Mar 22

a

Deferred

delivery

41 %

42%

40%
32%

32%

Sale
9%

42 y4

Sale
14%

80

Sale

22%

8%
13%

8%

9

Sale

81

Sale
Sale
Sale
35%
Sale

Sale

165% 167

8%

3%
16
•

90 % Mar
58% Mar

24
3
6
5
11

12 y2
20%
25%
78 %
98
44 Va
58
67 V*

23
3
18

35

Jan

55
7%
25
74
16

Jan
Jan

3
4
3
9

Jan
Jan
Mar

4
9
3

23% Jan

21% Mar 16

15% Jan

57% Mar 22
55%
46%
263/4
77%
35%

'

26
6
30
22

11
Feb 20
Mar 29
Mar 27
Feb 28
31

Jan

49

52% Jan o3

2
3

3

Mar

24

Jan
Mar
Mar
Mar
Jan

6
9

Feb 20
Mar 3
Feb 27
93l/2 Mar 3
16
Mar 3

3

7

29%
40%
61%
10 y2
34 y2

3
6

7%
41%
65

79%
33

Sale

42%
9%
Sale
Sale
22%
Sale
82

Sale
Sale
18
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale }'

7

26% Mar 16
xlll% Mar 1
27% Mar 15
13% Mar 2
12% Mar 2
73
Mar g

3

:

Mar 21

24
10

Jan

Mar

3
6

21% Mar 16

147% Mar

3

83 y4 Mar 20
8y4 Mar 15
2% Mar 1
18
Mar 3
x5V2 Mar 2
393/4 Mar 15
65
Mar 23
76% Mar 2
32% Mar 29
43% Mar 15
38% Mar 10
28% Mar 14

86

27 y8 Mar 7
Mar 23

30

6

Sale
Sale
39

15

153A

37%
26%

Sale
27

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
36 % Mar
25% Mar

43%

Sale

40% Mar 15

17%

Sale

23/4
523/8

Sale

17 Va Mar 10
21/4 Mar 3
46 3/4 Mar 1

x

3

43i/2 Mar 17
40% Mar 30
34
Mar 13
43
Mar 16
9% Mar 8
8OI/4 Mar 29
14% Mar 15
24% Mar 20
9
Mar 30

16%
38%

rOmsb sale

147% Mar

40% Mar 10
38 % Mar
6
31% Mar 7
41
Mar 1
8% Mar 8
74 y2 Mar 15
13 Va Mar 28
21% Mar 2
8% Mar 2

llliA
14 »A
39
14 y2

Ex-dividend.

14
2
22
10
15
8

Mar

Jan
11% Jan

6
3

7% Jan

3

13% Mar 30

130% Jan 12
35 y2 Jan 19

1513A Jan 24
43 y2 Mar 17
40% Mar 30

Jan' 13

Jan
Jan

3
13

35
8

Jan

3
3
3
4
3

Jan
63% Jan
12% Jan
20
Jan
8% Jan

78% Jan

3

8

Jan
2% Jan
15
Feb

Jan

4

4

3

26% Jan 19

Mar 10

56

2

Jan

5

341/4 Mar 23

31% Mar

6

Mar 22
Mar 9
Mar 3
Mar 2
39
Mar 7
26 3A Mar 14
44
Mar 1
18
Mar 16
3y8 Mar 24
54 y2 Mar 24

89%
131/4
35%
13%

4
8

118%
16%
42%
15 y2

(Un) Issue

sdm it ted

Jan

Feb

4
Jan
Jan 30
4
33% Jan
3
21 Va Jan
36
Jan 16
16
Jan
3
13/4 Feb 15
43

to

Jan

14% Feb 21
24% Mar 20
9y8 Jan 31

3

37y8 Jan 20
27

7

34
Mar 13
43
Mar 16
10
Feb
8
80 y4 Mar 29

6

1
5y8 Feb 17
393A Mar 15
61% Feb 10
9
693/4 Jan
5
31% Jan
3
40% Jan

Mar 13

67% Mar

Jan 31

34
27

82% Mar 21
35% Mar 2
47% Mar 22
39% Mar 6

29% Mar

30% Feb 27
117% Mar 6
30% Jan 19
15
Mar 15
14% Feb
8
81
Mar 9
15 V* Mar 8

8% Mar 7
33A Mar 30
18% Mar 8
8
Mar 27
43 % Mar 1
70

59
Jan 31
55% Mar 27
46 »A Mar 15
26% Mar 27
77% Mar 6
36
Feb 28
211'A Mar 21

4
Jan
Jan 17
Feb 16
Jan 19
3
Jan
Jan •'.'3.

3
23% Jan
Feb 13
6
Feb

104 %
27 %
13%
12 Va
53

13 % Mar 30

31% Mar

3

48%
38%
23 Va
71%
30 y2
186

1

9% Mar

Sale

114

28% Mar
117% Mar
28% Mar

8

33%

29

211% Mar 21

13% Mar

Sale

36%

.

Mar 27
Mar 15
Mar 27
Mar 6.
Mar 1

6
1
15
Mar 15
14 % Mar 20
81
Mar 9
15 % Mar 8

32%

sale.

i

3
23

17% Jan
10
Jan

62

109% 110%
13% 14 y8
41% 42
Sale
14%
Sale
38%
25 y8 25%
Sale
44
17% Sale
2
1%
Sale
46%

Feb
Feb
Jan
Jan
Jan
98
Jan
39% Mar
50% Jan
62% Jan

4

Mar 29

Sale

15

43

12%

206

65 Va

14%
34%
21%

•

—

Sale

11 >A Mar 21
45% Mar 3
43% Mar 17

54% Feb 20
60
Mar 30
51 y2 Mar 20

38% Jan

Mar 27
Mar 13

643/4

36%

16
1%
42

.

Mar
Mar

29 Va

36

36%

Sale

44%
24%
73%
35 Va

Sale
Sale

88%
Sale

6.25

Sale
35 y4

54
Mar
50% Mar

27%
66%

88%
15%

Sale
Sale
37
Sale
2%

7,4 Va
343/4
209%

v.

28%

30%

8

Sale

-

29%

30%

1
10

45'A

39

Jan

533/4
10%
14%
231/4
68 Va

Mar 1
Mar 1
Mar 21
Mar 3
34% Mar 20
93'/a Mar 3
16
Mar 3
49
Mar 21

Mar~8

45%
36%

1

27

Sale
55
Sale

26

146 y2
37 Ye

84

29%
38%
61%
10%

18%

20 yB

54%

Sale

-

3
58
Mar 29
67% Mar 27

Sale

Sale
55

Chem Corp
1
Great Lakes Dredge & Dk_*v

value.

24
3
4

Jan

29 Vb Mar 21

■

Sale
26% 27
Sale V 113(4 114
Sale
27% Sale
15
12%
13
13 %
12%
75% 75%
68%
14% 14%
14

Sale
18%
5%

5%

.

56%

56%
503/4

2%
17

54

Great Lakes

7,300

57% Mar 3
27% Mar 22

423A Mar

21% Mar 14

9

Jan

5

13% Jan
14% Jan
25% Jan
21% Jan

.r

•

37 Va Mar 14
55% Mar 10
10
Mar 15

Sale/

59

9

1

4

:

19%

Sale

,8%

Sale
Sale

Gray Drug Stores

15,800

32%
40%

.

57%

22%

Sale

8%

44%
38%
29%

Goodyear Tire & Rubber-*
Gossard Co (W H)
•
Granite

70

Sale
39 %
Sale
70%
Sale
Sale

9%

1

_

10,500

r.-t-riahU

36%
38 y2
32%
41

35

39%
73%

•

Sale
28 y4

145

First Wisconsin Bankshs—5
Flour Mills of America Ine_l
Ford Motor Co
5
Foremost Dairies Inc
2

Cieneral nvnamirs
1
General Electric <U»)_,
5
General Foods Corp
•
General Mills
3
General Motors CorpL—1.65%

■

Sale

28%
xlll%
28%

Sale
Sale

5
2

13,500

-■

17

42% Mar

8% Mar 14

Mar 28
Mar 14
Mar 2
Mar 23
Mar 14
Mar 6
Mar 14
Mar 9
Mar 8

Feb

14% Jan 23
43% Mar 30

60

39% Mar 23
53
Mar 8
64% Mar 15

Sale

17
23

Jan

Mar 22
Mar 21

37% Mar 30
17
Feb 17

3
37% Jan
38 y8 Jan 13
6
50% Jan
6
44 Va Jan
413/4 Feb 15

303A Mar 2
86 y8 Mar 15
16
Mar 3
47% Mar 16

10%
32
87%

16
3

11% Mar 21

Sale

10%
32%
90%

2-fa Mar 17
25
43
44

45% Mar 3
43% Mar 17
533/4 Mar 21
60
Mar 30
51% Mar 20
90'/a Mar 6
583/8 Mar 9
113A Mar 9
20% Mar 6
25% Mar 30
78% Mar 22

26% Mar 30

38%
59%

19% Mar 28

Jan

Mar 14

Sale
Sale
59%
Sale

26%

4

3
9

Mar 15
Mar 13

58%
67 y4

Sale
Sale
Sale

443A
Sa-ld
24%
Sale
76 y8
353/4 Sale
210
2103/4

Elgin National Watch
Fmerson Electric Mig Co
Emerson Rad Si Pho (Un)

35%
34

88%
57%
10%
183A
23%
72 Va

20

30

Jan
22% Jan

Mar 22

-

2.300
1.600
43,900

3,700
3,200

36% Mar
26

58%
66%

.

15%

Sale
90

57%
Sale
11
Sale
19 Va
Sale
25'A
77% Sale
101
100
40% 41

Sale
Sale
75 y4
101
100

98%
39%
Sale
62%

8%
42%
40%
50%
50
42%

563/4

24 Ya

Sale

82,600

100
600

9
15% Mar 24
17
Mar 17
30 % Mar 27
23% Mar 7

10

8
19
28
27
24% Jan 18

17

53

64% Mar 23
18% Mar 10
19% Mar 6

62 % Mar

Sale

55%
11'A
19%

Sale

Sale

51
60

Sale

7%
25 y4
78

17%

41%

40%
51%

90

*

Drewry's Ltd USA Inc
du Pont (E I) (Un)

56% Mar 15
24% Mar 10

Sale

44

Salt'
42%

38%
59 y4
10
32
90

55

Sale
Sale

53
41%

20

Deere & Co
Detroit Edison Co (Un)
Diamond National Corp

4,500
11,900
2,000
10,270
25,000

Mar

3
10

5
29
12

14% Jan 20
7
30% Feb
4
21% Jan

43% Mar 30
29% Mar 21
57 % Mar 3
27% Mar 22

7

27 Yz

-w*

800

39% Mar 30

56%

Cudahy Packing Co
5
Curtlss-Wright Corp (Un)_l

100

Mar ~7
15% Mar 21

29

40 %
84

•

Controls Co of America
5
Corn Products Co
..1
Crane
Copany.
25
Crowell-Collier
Publishing_l
Crucible Steel Co of
America (Un)
12.50

100

1,000

43% Feb
22 V* Jan
12 % Jan
38% Jan

;

Sale
Sale
Sale

51%
44%

Container Corp
5
Continental Can Co (Un)_10
Continental Insurance Co_5
Continental Motors (Un)
1

24,900

3,500
7,700
2,700
1,000

37% Mar 30
16% Mar 3
42% Mar 1

46

<>

Cleveland-Cliffs Iron com
1
4% % preferred
100
Cleveland Elec Illuminat
15
Coleman Co Inc
5
Colorado Fuel Si Iron Corp_5
Columbia Gas Sys (Un)
10
Com'wealth Edison com
25

1,400
2,700

16%
42%

45%
Sale
Sale
Sale

10%
38 %
38%

2,600
7,650

T200

31

Mar 29

Sale
60

20 V2

10

City Products Corp

100

40

26%

13%
23%

Cincinnati Gas Si El Co_8.50

11,100
41,300
32,700

39%
44%

Sale

14

Chicago South Shore and
South Bend RR
12.50
Chrysler Corp
_25

3,800
14,450

41

1% Jan 31
6
21% Jan
5
33% Jan

Sale

23%
40%

60%

•
1

preferred

3,100

4,500
3,000
20,600
8,100

Hi

23

49%
21

Cities Service Co

400

40%
45%
36%
16 %
39%

2 A Mar 1*7
25
Mar 23
43
Mar 21

18%

Mar

34% Mar

36%

9,700
3,100

!

1% Mar 10
22% Mar 13

16%

Sale

22

21,300
25,300
5,400

1,500

1%
23%

24

16

Sale
Sale

59

Mar
Jan
Jan
16% Jan
27% Jan
23
Mar

2
44
14

59

10,300
7,600
3,200

1,600
2,850

1%
23%

7

64%

Mar 10

2

—10

Chicago & Northwest Ry
•
5% series A preferred
100
Chicago R I & Pac Ry
.•

7,300

14

18

2%
Sale

3

35% Jan
34% Jan

Public

Chemetron Corp
Chesapeake <fc Ohio
-25
Ry (On)
Chic Mil St Paul <fc Pac.

10,000
24,200

4,200

15%

Central Securities Corp
1
Certain-Teed Frod'ts Corp.l
Champlin Oil & Ref com
1

1,865
4,500

2,000

13%

Central Illinois
Service Co

11,400
11,700

545

13%

Centlivre Brewing Corp__50c
Central Si South West—2.50

500

7,200
4,600

23%

5

Calumet & Hecla Inc.
Canadian Export Gas &

5,000

19 % Mar 28

7

41
2

12 &

opianese

14% Mar 24

14% Mar

20%
36%
23%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

16 %
28

Burroughs Corp

18,200
45,616
13,600

9J00

19

1

42%

1

*

Burton-Dixie Corp

30

7
Mar 20

Mar

26

Sale

5

28
Jan
43% Mar
42% Jan
2
Mar
74 % Mar
17 % Jan
21% Mar
38
Mar

Feb 23

25

27
Mar 1
43 % Mar 29
41% Mar 10
2
Mar 10
74% Mar 8
17% Mar 22
21% Mar 28
38
Mar 27
23% Mar 2

25% Mar 15
38% Mar 1
39% Mar 27

Sale

38%
40%
1%
60 Va
14%
18%
35%
23%

2

Sale
Prices

26%
42%
Sale
2%
Sale

27

Sale
Sale

Sale
14%
Sale
Sale
24%

Oil Ltd
Canadian Pacific (Dn)
Carrier Corp common
4 % % preferred

Ask

28%

Burlington Indus (Cn)

18,900
31,800
61,000
3,750

Bid

Highest

Stale
Prices

Closing or

35%
34%
1%
49
14 %

Brunswick Corp
Budd Co

46,400

1,600
1,200

Ask

27%

Works—20c

Brad Foote Gear

5,500

13,400

Bid

Booth Fisheries Corp.
Borg-Warner Corp
Brach & Sons (E J).

129,300

3,200

Opening or
Pa*

Lowest

March 30

March 1
Opening or
Bid
Ask

1961

STOCKS

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Uiihe*t
Sale
«»!<•
Prices
Price*

-PRICES IN IY1ARCH-

Price Jan. 3,

4

-

86% Feb 23
8% Feb 13
3% Mar 30

18% Mar 8
8
Mar 27
45 Va Jan 31
733A
82%
36%
47%
42

Jan

Mar
Feb
Mar
Feb

3
21
24
22
10

31% Feb

8

Feb
2.
673A Mar 2
34 Va Mar 23

30

118 y» Mar 22

16% Mar 9
42% Mar 3
15% Mar 2
39
Mar 7
26 3/4 Mar 14

44% Feb 28
18% Jan 31
3y8 Mar 24
54 y2 Mar 24

unlisted trading privilege

Aggregate Sales

Midwest

Since
Jan. 1

Stock Exchange

Shares

Shares

STOCKS

100
40

1,785
14,600

6,700
741

944

59,700

135,800

1,600

4,200

500

6,500
13,200
11,900
11,300

2,100

6,900

51
400

418
600

155,100
8,600

217,500
29,100

3,150

5,550

7,800

11,450
12,200
26,500

-

4,500
8,600

3,400
9,800

5,000
11,900
3,900

10,550
33,100

900

13,600

7,700
35,000

3,200
7,800
1,300

8,800
23,700
4,800

8400

26,200
5,299
12,900

13,100

400

230

2,100
4,900

9,000

600

2,000

4,400

12,900

1,500
8,400

5,300
12,600

4,400

11,900

100

600
5.700

2.100
2,300
1,350
27,600
1,900

2,300
2,500
56,400

1961

Opening or
Pax

Qt Lakes Towing Co com
•
7S» non-cum preferred_100
Greif Bros Cooperage Cl A_*

Greyhound Corp (Un)

3

Griesedleck Co
1
uuil
Oil Corp
8.33 V*
Gulf States Utilities Co
•

Hammond Organ Co

Hlbbard Spencer Bartle."t
Holmes (D H) Co Ltd

25
20

Howard Industries Inc

1

Hupp Corp

l
10

Huttlg Sash <te Door
Illinois Brick Co
Illinois Central KB
Inland Steel Co.

10
•

Interlake Steamship Co

•

Int'l Harvester Co
*
Int'l Minerals <fe Chem
5
Int'l Nickel Co (Un)
Internatl Paper (Un).
International Shoe Co.
Int'l Tel & Tel (Un).
Interstate Power Co
3.50
Iowa Power & Light Co__10
Jefferson Electric Co
5

2,300

7,700

4,800
3,500
1,969

10,700
10,700

104

3,719
5,850
8,100
25.200
54,700

1,950
2,700
11,800

13,200
3,800
1,400

8,900

3,600
4,747
23,900
54,200

3,637
6,100
17,100
900

4,600

3,400
650

36,100
1,160

8,100

8,400

21%
12 %
37%
38%

II
Sale
Sale

95

53

_

Mar 6
Mar 1
21% Mar 9
xl2
Mar 14
36% Mar 29
37% Mar 15
100
60

_

60
Sale

Sale

21%
12 Ye
36%

38%

39

Sale

17%
11%

Sale
12

70
65

65

130

139

~

—

Sale

Sale
Sale
57

64%

125
130
34
35
5% Sale
9
Sale
23
Sale
24

32%

26%
43

34%
58%

31%
33%
47

20%

16% Sale
Sale
10%
67 % 68
68% Sale
139
125
33% 34%
Sale
6%

7
10
Mar 14
70
Mar 10
63% Mar 15

Sale

%

130

10

Sale

33
6%
10 %

28%

Sale

26%
32 %
38%

Sale
39%
Sale
32
Sale
Sale

27

Sale

38%

39
Sale

Sale
Sale
34%

30%
48%

58%
31%
33%

66

47

42

34%
36%
54%
22'A

47%

30%i

31%

Sale
42%
Sale
35
Sale

49%
42%
65

34
Sale
Sale

Mar 21

33

Sale

25
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

15% Mar

Mar 28

6% Mar 24
9% Mar 1
26 % Mar 16
26% Mar
36% Mar
45

29%
46%
41

2
9
Mar 27
Mar 7
Mar 1
Mar 14
Mar 1

65%

66

33%

Sale

32% Mar 24

Sale
Sale

36% Mar

Sale

36%
59%
21%

22

Sale

l
53% Mar 8
21% Mar 28

1,244

3,900

17%
12%
71 Vs
68%

Mar 29
Mar 20
Mar 28
Mar 1

139
35
7%
10%

Mar 10
Mar 10
Mar
Mar

6
2

28% Mar

1

32%
40%
48%
34

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
50% Mar
43% Mar
68% Mar

30
22
3
21

17
6

3
2
6
60 % Mar 29
22% Mar 1

34% Mar
37% Mar

Mar 2
Mar 27

Sale
9

11 % Mar 17

10

57

Sale

69

Sale

67

67%

65% Mar 15

70% Mar

Kaiser Alum <fc Chem
33%
Kansas Pwr & Lt (Un)
8.75
Kennecott Copper (Un)
•

40

40%

44%

44%
86 %

48

85%

Sale
Sale
85 Va

Kimberly-Clark Corp

5

84%

84%
5%

Sale
5%

90%

5%

92%
5%

89%

1
33%

2%

2%

2%

Sale

9%
2%

Sale
2%

41% Mar 1
44 % Mar 9
82% Mar 13
90
Mar 30
5% Mar 3
2% Mar 1

46% Mar 15

38

41%
43%
85%

Sale

37%
74%

La Salle Extension Unlv
5
Laclede Gas Co common 4
Lamson & Sessions Co
10

8%
25%

9%
25%

8%
28%

8%

28%

30

8%
Sale

Leath & Co

24

Sale

27

Sale
Sale

14

18

19%
50%

90%
20%

29%
Sale
Sale
Sale

26%

10%
81%

28%
11%

Sale
Sale
Sale

mi

50%

40

28%
ay8

Sale
Sale

34%
13%

61%
62 %

Sale
62%

59
71

59%

35%
16%

Sale

34%
18%

Sale

Jones & Laughlin
Steel (Un)

Knapp Monarch Co
Kropp

Forge

Co

•

Marshall Field &
4 Vi %

Co

preferred

10

Sale

25%
7%

Sale

51%
55%

52%
Sale

12%

13
65

38

com.*

38%

8

_

9

90

20%

7% Mar 23

8% Mar 29
27% Mar 8
16
Mar 28
26% Mar 24
11% Mar 2.
88% Mar 30
20% Mar 3

50%
Sale

*

50c

Means (F W) & Co com.

Convertible preferred
•
Merck <fc Co (Un)
16%c
Merritt Chapman &

Scott

13%

Metropolitan Brick Inc

4

Meyer Blanke Co
Mickelberry's Food Prod

•

Middle South Utilities
Minneapolis Brewing Co
Minn Min & Mfg (Un)

Mississippi River Fuel
Modine Manufacturing Co
Monroe Chemical Co
Monsanto Chemical (Un)

1
10
)

•
10
•

175%
84%

9%
7%
16%

Motorola Inc
Mt Vernon (The) Co com
50c conv preferred

38%

class

A

33

Jan

36% Jan

3
9

87% Mar

3

92% Mar 21
9% Mar 30
2% Mar

8

8% Mar 29
Mar 27

31

Sale

86

23

Jan

3

23%
32%
40%
26%
42 Vs
34%

Jan 19

32% Mar 30

3
3

40% Mar 22
48% Mar 3
34
Mar 21
52% Feb 24
44
Feb 28
68% Mar 3
35 Vs Feb
9
37% Mar 6

Sale

10%
6%

Sale

11

Sale
7%

8
18

34

34%
22%
7%

31%
Sale
Sale

16 Vs
18 %

33'%
11%
82%
39%

25%

•

6

2
•
5

46%
28%

3
1

5

75%
%
%

•

4%

5

5

6%

6%

Sale
Sale
79%
Sale
1

1%

m:mm

49%
34%
90%
86%
%
%

7
Sale
18%
33%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
6

50%
Sale
Sale
Sale

7%
15

.

.

37%

19%
33%
Sale
Sale
Sale

25%

Sale

47%
32%

Sale
Sale
88%

19
33

13%
83

9

88
85 Vs

%
%

%
—

Sale

%
—

5%
7%

5

6

8%

8%

16
12
28
17
26

3
3
6
59% Jan 10
31% Jan 4
4
33% Jan
4
44% Jan
3
20% Jan
51
Jan 17
4
9% Jan
4
6% Jan

Jan
Jan
Jan

60% Mar 29

23% Feb 10
51
Jan 17
13
Mar 2

9% Jan 17

Jan

3

37% Jan

18
5
3

46% Mar 15

6

92 "Vs Feb 10
9% Mar 30

57

39

Jan

74% Jan
82% Jan
5% Jan
2

5

Jan 27

8% Jan 13
25% Jan 27
Mar 28
3

Mar 28
Mar 6

16
24

Mar 22
Mar 8
Mar 1

10% Jan
81% Jan
18% Jan

Mar~30

24% Jan

Jan

3

70 Vs Mar

3

48
Mar 30
87 % Mar 3

9

2% Feb
9
31
16
29 %

Feb 28
Mar 27
Mar 28
Feb 28

5

14% Mar 22
93% Mar R
21
Feb
9

6
6

34 Vs Mar 30
13 % Mar 30

63% Mar 16
Mar 3

52% Jan
5
55% Jan 11
92
Jan 18

63% Mar 16
73
Mar 3
92
Jan 18

37% Mar

29% Feb

37% Mar

73

3

8

Feb

3

7

2
2

11% Mar 16
7% Mar 29

9Vs Jan 3
6% Feb 24

12% Jan 23

15
Mar 29
18% Mar 2
31% Mar 17
11% Mar 2
78
Mar 7
36% Mar 24

16 Vj Mar 8
19% Mar 24
33% Mar 3
14% Mar 22
84 Vs Mar 20

39% Mar

2

24% Mar 10
5
Mar 3
45% Mar 23

25% Mar

3

31% Mar 15
86% Mar 21

34%
90 Vs
90 Vs
%

Mar 14

84% Mar 23

10
Mar
6% Mar

83% Mar 14
% Mar 20
1% Mar 22
Mar
6% Mar

5

2
7

19
59

12% Mar 10
50

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

2% Mar

3
1
1
6
2
3

"6% Mar 10
9% Mar 27

13

3

Mar 30
Jan 16
38% Jan
4
188
Mar 3

Mar 10
37% Mar 20

-

Jan
Jan

3
3
10

Jan
9
55
Mar IO
37% Mar 20
186
Feb 21
78 Vs Jan 25

55

Sale

12%
38%
39 % Feb 24

34
Jan 19
17% Mar 29
12% Mar 20
71 Vs Mar 28
68% Mar 1
140
Jan 27
35
Mar 10
7% Mar 6
10% Feb 16
28% Feb 28

Jan
9% Jan
Jan
52
61% Jan
Jan
125
Mar
33
5% Jan
Jan
8

14

28%
14%
93%
20%

16

61%
22 Vs

Jan
9
Mar 6
Mar 10
Feb 21
Feb
8
Mar 3

Mar 30
Mar 2
38% Mar 3
188
Mar 3
89% Mar 16

186

190

u,

87%

17

79

57

32 '/a Mar 28
16% Mar 2

Sale
Sale
38%

Sale

16%
31%
11%
73%

21%

17
58
62
38% 39
190

6%

Montgomery Ward & Co
Morris (Philip) (Un)

ties conv
Muter Co

Mar 30

13% Mar 30

60% Mar 28
64 % Mar 21

Sale

48

3

(Un)—

McCrory Corp (Un)
McKay Machine Co_.

100

9
Jan
Mar 6
Jan 16
5
20% Jan
10% Jan 9

34 Vs

28
Mar
8% Mar

Sale

13
8

100

Martin (The) Co
New common

53

100
58

33% Jan 13
14 Vs

Muskegon Motor Special¬
546

2,600

100
Mar
6
61% Mar 10
21% Mar 28
12% Mar 9
38 % Mar 3
39% Mar 29

12%
7%

4

742

100
60

Sale
9

Marquette Cement Mfg..

3,900

Sale
Prices

Prices

Ask

7

10,700
5,700

200
750
95

Sale
Prices

11%

2,800
1,900

'■

Highest

Sale
Prices

Sale
6%

1

8.200

Sale
37%

Bid

or

Lowest

6

Co

28,300

—

Closing

Highest

Lowest
Sale

•

Johnson Stephens Shinkle

Lytton's (Henry C)

13,000
4,200

10%
33%
37%

41

17,000

100

60%
20%

64%

99~110

2?§P0

59%
20

March 30

53

60
—

9%
50%

.1

14^W0

700

__

100

Ask

March 1
Opening or
Bid
Ask

-1

Heileman (Q> Brewing.
Hein-Werner Corp
Heller (W E) St Co.
Hertz Corp.

Llbby McNeil & Libby
7
Liggett & Myers Tob(Un)_25
Lincoln Printing Co com
1
$3.50 preferred
•
Ling-Temco Electronics 50c

3.606
2,950

Bid

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

-PRICES IN MARCH-

Price Jan. 3,

in
March

40
335

41

MIDWEST STOCK EXCHANGE

April, 1961

Mar 29

15
16

31%
11%
70%
34%

Jan
Jan
Jan

Jan
Jan
21% Jan

6
6
3
12
4

5
4% Feb 10
44% Jan 27
4
28
Jan
79% Jan 10
3
75 % Jan

% Mar 20

1% Jan 26
5

Jan

6

6% Jan 23

19
70

89% Mar 16

8% Feb

3

17

Jan 23
19% Mar 24
35% Feb
2

14% Mar 22
84 Vs Mar 20

40% Feb 23
25% Mar 3
12% Mar 10
51

Feb 24

34% Mar 1
92 % Feb 27
90 Vs Mar 6
% Jan 26
2% Mar 3
6Vs Mar 10
9% Mar 27

-

50

1,050

2,600

38.900

Nat'l Cash Register (Un)
Nat'l Distillers & Chem

3,600

17.500

500

2,200
4,300
3,100

Nachman

a
5

61%

62%

Corp (Un)
Nat'l Gypsum Co (Un)
National Lead Co (Un)
National Tile & Mfg

0
1

25%

Sale

56%

5

85

Sale
Sale
6%

15,400

New

Nor Amer Aviation
North American

•
1

38,800

14,200
3,100
1,400
80,200

11,700
9,400
2,500

34,600
23,800
6,200

9,600
14,000

22,700

80,800

182,800

3,100
4,400

6,400

1,900
1,200
3,300
6,600
2,200
350

58.000

16,400

600

10.477
27,200
2,400

700

2,600

7,677
10,800

12,200

3,800
400

10,500

2,200
78,400

100

100

500

1,100

7,700

33,700

fo" 9 00

28^900

800

9,800

•

y

No

par




York Central RR

Northern

Northern
Northern
Service

Northern

Illinois
Illinois
Indiana
Co
Natural
Pacific

(Un)

1

Co
Public

Oak

Sale
61
94
Sale
Sale
Sale

90

7%
18%
52%

7%
18%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

67%

Sale
Sale

68%
35

Sale
Sale

42%

44%

Sale
Sale

5

1

25

30%
41%
28%
34

7% Mar 29
62% Jan
4

8% Feb
83% Mar

27% Mar

8

1
14
6
15
27

29% Mar 22
60% Mar 14

25% Jan

59% Mar

56% Jan

30% Feb 28
9
62 Vs Feb

85

95

Mar
83
7 Vs Mar
18% Mar
44% Mar
Mar

1
1
1

95

Mar

6

7% Mar 16

78% Mar 30
35
Mar 1

66% Jan
30 Vs Jan
42% Jan

78% Mar 30
36
Feb 17
50
Mar 22

51

50%

Mar
16
42 y8 Mar

Sale

78%
33%
48%

Sale
33%
48%

68% Mar 1
33 % Mar 22
44% Mar 1

31%
37

Sale
Sale

32%
40%

32%
41%

30% Mar 16
37
Mar 1

32% Mar 27

Mar 22

50

41

Mar 22

Mar 29

3

5
5

25% Mar 13
39 Vs Mar 23

Sale

18

38%

33%
42 %
91%

Sale
33%
42 %
92%

44
33%
45%

Sale
43%

36% Mar 1
42% Mar 13
32% Mar 17

25% Mar 13
39% Mar 23
44% Mar 3
33% Mar 29

36% Mar 1
36% Jan
5
32% Mar 17

Mar 21

40

Sale

Mar 14
Mar 1

47

98

102% Mar 10

90

Feb
Feb

15
8

73%

73%

81%

81%

75

Jan

6

Sale
54
Sale
14%

21 %
70%
43%

19%

13%
Sale

13%
25

11%
62%

Sale
Sale

13%
71%

39%
14 %
13 %

14

Deferred delivery tale,

80%

Sale

43

80% Mar

8

83

Mar 23
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

15

16

15

16

25%

25%

23% Mar 16

25% Mar 24

15%
75%

Sale
Sale

13% Mar
71% Mar

16% Mar 28
75% Mar 23

11% Jan
62% Jan

sale.

x-Ex-dlvldend.

20

Sale

19% Mar

80%
41%

80%
Sale

21%
81 %
43%
14 Vs
14%

Sale
r Ca sh

17% Jan

68 Va Mar 3
40% Mar 7
14% Mar 20
13% Mar 13

Sale

Sale
Sale
14 Va
14
Sale

"sale

3

3
54
Jan
4
36% Jan 16
14 Vs Mar 20
13% Jan
5
19% Jan 3

9

1
17
20
20
20

Mar 27

15% Jan

19

Sale
Sale

98

57

32% Mar 27

Sale"

Sale

22

27% Jan 11
5
32
Jan

20

43%
33%
Sale
46%
Sale
100% 101%

Mar 21
52% Mar 1

3
16% Jan
51% Mar 22

Sale

16%
Sale

Sale

6

16
Jan
44% Mar 27
45% Jan
5
15% Jan
9
41% Feb 17

16

42%

Mar

7% Feb 28

Mar 21
1
Mar 27
57
16% Mar 23
51% Mar 22

22

52% Mar

56%

51
16

Jan

6% Jan

36%

5
25
"
a

7% Mar 29
83% Mar 8

Sale

53%

Pennsylvania RR
People's Gas Lt As Coke_25

45 Vs

7 % Mar 29
79
Mar 1

36%

15%
36%
37%

17%

$ Corrected volume,

28%
60%
93%
7%
19%

Sale
Sale

-1

Peabody Coal Co com
5% conv prior pfd

Sale

Sale
93%

47

Paramount Pictures (Un)
1
Parke-Davis & Co
•
Parker Pen Co cl A com
2
Class B common
_2

Airways Inc (Un)-

29%

59%

16%
42%

Ohio Edison Co
15
Ohio Oil Co
•
Oklahoma Nat Gas Co
7.50
Olin Mathleson Chemical
5
Owens-Illinois Glass Co_6.25
Pac Gas & Elec (Un)
Pan American World

Sale

Sale

•

•
Gas Co._10

Manufacturing Co

16
47

85%

a

Corp
Gas

5%

Sale

79%

47%
47%

Northern
Ry (Un)_5
Northern States Power
(Minn)
5
Northwest Bancoro
.3 33

value,

Ex-rights.

Corp

3
3

41

Mar 29

44% Feb 16
33% Mar 29
47

Mar 21

102% Mar 10

83

Mar 23

21%
81 Vs
44%
14%
14%

Feb
Mar
Feb
Mar
Mar
Mar

28
17
20
20
20

24

25%

16% Mar 28
75% Feb
3

(Un) Issue admitted to unlisted trading privilegas.

MIDWEST STOCK EXCHANGE

42
Aggregate Sales

Midwest

Since
Jan. 1

Stock Exchange

■hares

Shares

STOCKS

6,000
10,000
4,400
5,100

15,300
29,700
9,000

5,900

14,400
20,400

745

1,331
25

57300
2,800
12,800

9,800
7,200
23,500

3,600

6,900

6,700

24,700
600

"9! 300

18,200
14,900
7,500

1,800
1,700

3,500
5,500
3,500
7,900

13,000
16,200

9,500
22,850
2,000

800

1961

46%

Philco Corp (Un)

3
5

18

53%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

1

10

14%

Phillips Petrol Co (Un)
Potter Co (The)
Process Corp
i
Public Serv Corp of Ind
Pullman Co (Un)
Pure Oil Co

*
•

Quaker Oats Co.
Radio Corp of Amer (Un)
Rath

•

Packing

Corp
Raytheon Company
Republic Steel (Un)

10
5
10

Revlon Inc
Rexall Drug &
Chemical (Un)

1

2.50

2,600
2,600
1,700
3,900

5,900
10,500

(Un)

2 Of

107,600

7,900

2,800

6,100
24,300
17,000

9,000
4,600
24,800

90,300
27,000
3,600
2,900

4,100
1.90O
600

11,100
1,000

30,400
5,200
11,500
4,200

700

1,300
19

2,819
15,000

2,700
4,500
3,800

610

12,900
13,600
4,000
9,400
1,540

2,900

7,200

.

.

4,000

9,000
14,800
8,000
36,700

3,500
3,800

11,600
3,700
1,900

10,200

11,900

3,100
12,700
800
900

10.900
40,000

4,600
5,200
42,800

7,600
9,400

22,900

19,600

41,500

15%
28%
56%
31

Sale
Sale
36
16
29
Sale
Sale

59%
18%

Sale
Sale

27%
56 Va

Sale

leys

28%
Sale
Sale

Southern Co (Un)
5
Southern Pacific Co (UA)__*
Southwest'n Pub Serv Co_l

Sparton Corp 6% pfd
Sperry-Rand Corp

Spiegel Inc

100
50c
_•

_

(Un)

5

Standard Brands (Un)
Standard Dredging

•

Stanray Corp

1
2-50

Stewart-Warner Corp
Storkline Corp
5
Studebaker-Packard (Un)
1
Sunbeam Corp
1
Sunstrand Corp
5
Sunray Mid-Continent Oil
1
Swift & Co
2$
Tenn Gas Transmlnnlrm
Texaen

Jt

Inc.

55

Texas Gas Transmission
5
Texas Gulf Producing_3.33%

Textron Inc

Thompson

50c

Ramo-Wooldr

Thor Power Tool Co
Toledo Edison Co
Trane

Company

5
•
5

:

.2
2
1
Tri-Contlnental Corp (Un)_l
Transamerica Corp (Un)
Trav-ler Radio Corp.

Traux Traer Coal Co_^
1
20th Cent-Fox Film (Un)__l
208 So La Salle St Corp
•

Union

2,700

50

39 y8
15 y8

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

8%
8%
39
28

39%
39
48 y4

20%
27%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

27%

21%
42%
30%
52%
9y4

Sale
42%
30%

47
41
54

Sale
Sale
54%

22 y4

22%
29%
Sale
25%
Sale
Sale

11%
25
24

7%
6%

21%
23%
45%
24%

84%
36

27%

21%
68%
24%
19 y8
61%
26%

53%
9%

Sale

21%
23%
45%
Sale
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36%
28 y4
Sale
69
25

19%
62 y2
26%

6%

9'A
44%
30%

Sale
45 y8
30%
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49%

22%
29

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29%

24

Sale
Sale
32%
56 Va

Sale.
Sale
31%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
3iy2

27%

U 8 Rubber (Un)
5
U S Steil Corp com
16%
7%
preferred
100
Universal Match Corp
2.50
Universal oil Products Oo.l

12

42

43%
52%

31%

1

48% Jan 27

52

Mar

1

1
3
7
29
30
28

9y4 Mar 24
34% Jan 17
14% Feb 14
22 y8 Jan
3
50
Mar 9
26 Va Jan 11
2
54y4 Feb
12 Va Jan
3

ioy2 Jan
39% Feb
16
Jan
Mar
29
57 % Jan
Mar
31
60 % Mar
19 Ye Mar

16
17
24
29
19

16
29
57
31

Mar

Mar
Mar
Mar

60y4 Mar 20
19 y8 Mar 9
9%
9%
46%
30%
44 y2

44

Mar 13

29y2 Mar 15
41 y2 Mar 10
42 y4 Mar 15
Mar 3
.21% Mar 15

9

25% Mar

1

50
33

Mar

2

1
8
Mar 20
Mar 1
Mar
Mar

2

53% Mar 28
24 % Mar 22
31
Mar 29

49

Sale

Mar

45

9
Marie
9y8 Mar 13

28% Mar

3

61%

61%

36 %
57
11

Sale
Sale
ny2

50%
49%
45%

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Sale
27%

32%
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Sale
Sale

55

55 y2

25%
31

Sale

54%
27 %

13

31%
13%

31%
13%

27%

27%

28%

29%
8%

41

48%

Sale
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48%

21

21%

25%
48%

Sale
Sale

44%

Sale
Sale
47 %
22%
Sale
Sale

7%

46%
21%
26 y8

23%

Sale

23%

Sale

96%
36%

Sale
Sale

Sale

37%

37%

26

Sale
76%

97%
36 y4
38
29
78
29
22%

75%
29%
21

Sale
21%

36%

38%
Sale
78%
29%
22%

'

83

8iy2
31 y8

31%
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

40%

40%

47

Sale

74

76

69%

72

7

42 y8

"

33%
6%

33%

42

42%

—

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38% Sale
124
124%
43% 44
Sale
50%
Sale
32 Va
39
39%
40% 41 y4
7%
7%
Sale
21%
109 y2 110 y2

50%
87%

51
Sale

8

8y8
38%
28
38%
38%

Sale
.

.

Mar

29 y4 Mar
60% Mar
36% Mar
Mar
57
i2ya Mar
51% Mar

2
55% Mar 14
11% Mar 27
47% Mar 10
Mar

47% Mar

31

28
20

9

43% Mar 1
54% Mar 16

55%
27%
31%
14%
28%

26%

Mar 14

25

Mar 10
Mar 30
Mar 27

7%
46

20% Mar 9
25 ya Mar 2
44% Mar 30

53

27

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

29 V* Mar
80
Mar
31 y4 Mar
23 % Mar
89% Mar
34% Mar

29

21
28

7% Mar
42% Mar

1
1

27

10
9

•

52 y8
69 y2

Sale
72

38%
127%
43%

Sale
Sale

46
70

Mar

i3JA

Mar

70

6

Mar 20

Mar 20

li

54

32%
43%
41

7%
22%
107%

53%
86%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

8%
Sale

Sale

53%
Sale

38% Mar

36% Mar lO
122
Mar 2
43 % Mar 10

49% Mar
31

Mar

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

44%
54 y2
33%
44%
41 y4
8y8
24 y2

2

38%
40 Yb
7%
21%

133

7
9

107

8
2

1

111

7

3

Mar 22

Mar 21
Mar 9
Mar 23
Mar 20

Mar 10
Mar 22
Mar 17

Mar 20

54% Mar 23
90
Mar 3

50% Mar 15
84% Mar 14

Sale

54

Sale

38%

Sale
Sale

54%
49%

55

49%

51% Mar
38 Va Mar

59% Mar

3
1

50

9

Mar 27

Jan

12

57

10

6
9

51% Mar 27
3
51% Feb
6
46% Feb
Feb

9
24
3
14% Mar 29
28% Mar 30
Mar 30
42
9% Mar 3
Feb
8
54

59

27% Mar
31% Mar

21% Feb
7
28
Jan 30
3
liy8 Jan
6

18% Feb 1G
7
46

Feb

12% Mar

46% Jan ; 9
40% Jan ?3
54'A Mar 16

Jan

Jan

Mar

29'A Mar 14
60% Mar 20
36 Va Mar 17

9% Jan 10
47 y4 Jan
5

25

Mar 29

80

10

30
9

24 V* Mar 20
101% Mar 6
38% Mar 21
40
Mar 7

1
96'A Mar 28
36% Mar 29
38% Mar 23
25% Mar 7
75% Mar 16
29% Mar 23
20% Mar 22
89% Mar 21
31% Mar 2
6% Mar 30
40% Mar 10

23% Mar

31

Jan

Jan

Mar
Mar
Feb

2
1
8
7
Feb 28
Feb
9
46
53% Mar 28
24% Mar 22

20% Jan 26
5
43% Jan
29% Jan
6

2
24
3
29
30
42
30
9% Mar 3
49% Mar 6
24% Mar 22
26% Mar 21
48% Mar 1

24%- Mar 1
30 y4 Mar 9
13% Mar 10

9%
9%
46%
31%
45 Ya

Jan

14
20
17

50% Mar 23
46% Mar 23

8

Jan 10
Jan 10

4
3
3
Jan
4
Jan
48
Jan
5
3
20% Jan
27
Jan 12

6
Jan
Mar 27

20% Jan
4
23% Jan
6
44% Mar 30

24% Mar 22
26% Jan. 31

Jan 25
Jan
6
Jan 27
4
28% Jan
4
21% Jan
4
68% Jan

25% Jan 16
101% Mar 6
38% Mar 21
41% Feb 20
29% Mar 29
9
82 JA Feb
8
32% Feb
23% Mar 9
89% Mar 21
34% Mar 28
7Vs Mar 1
42% Mar 1
Feb 28
37
53 y« Mar 16
9
74% Jan

49

23
83
36

6
24% Jan
5
19 y4 Jan
59 »A Jan 10
Jan
4
27
4% Jan 25
3
36% Jan
36% Feb 15
9
41% Jan
7
69% Feb

75% Jan
50

Feb 28

38% Mar

4
33% Jan
4
117 y2 Jan
39 y4 Jan
3
43
Jan
6
3
27% Jan
38 y2 Mar 9
3
35 :Jan
7% Jan 16
3
17% Jan
5
103% Jan
47
3
Jan

*

60

;VA2% Mar 16

4

Mar

80

48%
43%

36%

75%

56% Mar 29
51% Mar 9
119
Mar 30
34% Mar 8
33% Mar 9

9% Mar
39% Mar

80

25%
51%
32%
55%
11%
50 y4

~i%

33% 34
116% 117%
Sale
39 y4
43% 44
Sale
27%
37% 38
Sale
35
7
7%
Sale
17%
101 Va 103
Sale
47

44% Feb 15
44% Jan 16
5
93% Jan
3
29
Jan
6
28% Jan

Jan

52

•

Bag-Camp Paper

(Un)

Union Carbide Corp
•
Union Electric Co (Un)
10
Union Oil of Calif
25
Union Pacific RR (Un)
10
United Aircraft Corp (Un)_5
United Airlines Inc
lo
United Corp (Del) (Un)
1
United Fruit Co (Un)
•
U S Gypsum
4

4
3

56

77% Jan

Mar 29 '
Mar 9

30

19
Jan 27
42 y2 Mar 24
65% Mar 3
133 y2 Mar 29

33% Jan

49%
9»A
35%
15 Va

9%

9

9%
44%
29%
44 %
44%
49 y4

80

80

29%

.

59% Feb 28

21

y4 Mar 22
36 % Mar 30

8

9 Va- Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

50
Jan 12
17% Feb 28
35% Mar 15

1

1

Mar 21
Mar 24
Mar 29
Mar 1
25% Mar 9
50
Mar 9
28
Mar 3
56
Mar 1
16
Mar 1

52

26%

Mar 27

42 % Mar 16 •

37% Mar

51
Sale

25%

70

1

33%

48

56%
12%

57% Feb 17

56%
51%
119
34%

1

41%

33

Mar 27

42% Mar 24
65% Mar 3
133 y2 Mar 29

7

30y4 Mar
30% Mar

33

9%
35%

Jan

Mar 30
Mar 8
33% Mar 9

107y2 Mar

Sale

Sale

9%

38

59% Mar

50% Mar 16
46 »A Mar 1

Sale

119
31%

37%

1

15

*

Sale

33%

"10

Feb

70

1

35% Mar 15
61 Va Mar 13
101% Mar 1

58 %

32%

Sears Roebuck & Co
3
Servel Inc
1
Sheaffer (W A) Pen CoClass A
1
Class B
__1
Shell Oil Co
1
Signode Steel Strapping. .1
Sinclair Oil Corp.
-5

Socony Mobil Oil (Un)

.

Sale

53

1
Stand Oil Co of Callf_6.25
Standard Oil of Indiana_25
Standard Oil N J (Un)
7
Standard Oil of Ohio
10
Standard Pack'g Corp eom-1
6% conv preferred
20

8,200
31,492

30%

52%

2,400

4,200

58
51

55

Square D Co

500

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

6,100
2,900

1,500
1,900
18,200
48,300
3,700

%'
46%
108%
30%
52

130

129

27%

1.40
1

1,800

7,100
10,900
1,000

44

40%
Sale

39%
62%

Sale

33%
14%
Sale

5

152,300

3,100
6,100

43%

53%
101%

14%
22 y8
54 y2

1

54,300
3,400

75,500

54%

Sale
53%

38

3
3

15
58

>

■

-

3

58% Mar 22
36 Va Mar 30
37% Mar 2

56% Mar 27

:

27%

45,400

27,600
58,200
218,400

56%

59

Mar 1
51
Mar 17
37
56% Mar 21
23% Mar 27
601/4 Mar 6
14 y2 Jan 18

10
Feb 15
15
Feb 21
4
48 y2 Jan
33% Feb 10
4
33% Jan

•

56%

Sale

53 y4 Jan

;

Sale

51%

3

Jan
46% Jan
18
Jan

■

60 y2 Mar

Sale

5

■

Sale

60%

27%

9
Mar 15
Mar 2
Mar 10
Mar 30

69%

59%

5

52 y4

20%
57%
liy2

47% Jan
31

23% Mar 27
60 y4 Mar 6
12% Mar 23

32% Mar

.

36%

Sale

35%
54%
17V*

Mar 1
Mar 17
56% Mar 21

51
37

49% Mar 10

Sale

34%

Rockwell-Standard Corp
Royal Dutch Petroleum

Prices

35%

34%
37

Sale

Bale

Prices

51 lA Mar 1
34 y8 Mar 2
35 y4 Mar 10

Sale

Sale

Sale

Prices

Sale
Sale
Sale

34

29

12,300

7,200

60
11%
•14%
56

34

•

10,700
2,650
58,900

13,900

22%

48%

5

2,000
1,350
15,300

700
700

Sale

V

47%
33%

Richman Bros Co

3,000

19,800

Sale
Sale

12%
12%
5iy2

Sale
93
Sale

Sangamo Electric Co
Schenley Indus (Un)
Schering "Corp (Un)
Schwitzer Corp

2

36%
56%

20%
57%

'■

46%
92%

•

5,100
12,000

,

Sale
55 y4

Sale

Prices

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

60%

55

__

Reynolds Metals Co (Un)
Reynolds (R J) Tob (Un)

St Louis Nat Stockyards—*
St Louis Pub Serv class A_12
St Regis Paper Co
5

.

Sale

51
34%

Lowest

Highest

Sale

or

Ask

Bid

Ask

58%

5

1,272
17,600
7,800

2,800

Bid

46%

31%
46%

430

9,600
13,100
14,900
5,600
1,400

Closing

Ask

33Vic

Pfizer

23,900

33,200
30,900
30,800
38,700
23,900
30,300

Bid

(Charles) (Un)_33%e
Phelps Dodge (Un)
12.50

Pepsi-Cola Co

10,300

7,500
1,600
1,000

March 1

Opening or
Par

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

-PRICES IN MARCHLowest
March 30

Price Jan. 3,

In
March

'133

44%
54 y2
33'A
44%
43%

3

Mar 22

Feb
Mar
Mar
Mar
Feb

21
9
23
20
16

8% Mar 22
24% Mar 17

113% Feb 27

54% Mar 23
Mar 3

a

90

Feb" 20

60
50

30% Jan

4

Jan

3

Mar 27

ii
Ji:
i3)

I

J:
■

r

500

62,200
5,900
18,400

15,900
300

2,900

1,800
122,300
11,000
64,700
26,900
2,700
3,600

10
1,300

449

6,600
4,300
3,600
5,800

1,200
1,100
1,100
31,900
300

55,700
2,000

3,000
8,500

5,100
11,500

3,000

7,900

•No par

•nlUted

value.

Walgreen Co

2.50

Westlnghouse Electric
Whirlpool Corp

6.25
5

White Motor Co
1
Wieboldt Stores Inc com
•
$4.25 preferred
•
Wilson & Co (Un)
•
Wisconsin El Pow (Un)
10
Wisconsin Public Service
10
Woolworth (F W) Co (Un)_10
World Publishing Co___
1

Wrlgley (Wm) Jr

58

58%

9y4
40%

Sale
Sale
Sale

48%
28

40%
19%
83

41%
42%
29%
68%
12%

Sale
41
20
95
42%

63%
ioy4
46%
44%
31%

64%
Sale
Sale
Sale

45%
43%
30%
52 y8

18
18%
107% 107%

102% Mar 13

107

Sale

131%

114% Mar 1

131% Mar 30

95

46%

47%
Sale
32%
73%

45%
42%
33%

46%
Sale

13%
113'% 114%

18%

Sale
68%
Sale

32%
72%
13%

■

16%
88%

17%

17 %

Sale

Sale

104 %

Zenith Radio Corp.

97%

98%

114%
r Cash

8

12% Mar 15
54
Msr 20

Sale

83 y8

45

72 y2 Mar

2
1
6

108%

31

95

43%

delivery sale,

52%

20%

Yates-Amer Machine
5
Youngatown Sheet Sc Tube.*

Deferred

65
Mar
10 Va Mar

20 y8
83

52%

97%

a

70
Sale

Mar
Mar 30
Mar 20
Mar 7
2iy2 Mar 3
84
Mar 9
42% Mar 8
42% Mar 30
32 Va Mar 9
69 y4 Mar 27
13
Mar 8
105% Mar 16

96%

^Corrected volume,

69%
10%
51%
43%
32%
52%

Sale
Sale
53
Sale

Sale
53

•

trading privileges, y Sx-rlght*.




.10
1

__

Webcor Inc
Western Union Teleg

sale

70

107

34
Sale

Sale

Sale

17% Mar

t Ex-liquidating

1

distribution,

47

Mar 13

Mar 1
52% Mar 2
33 % Mar 30

{33

i
'

Mar

9

45% Mar

6

84

Mar 1
33% Mar 16
72 Vb Mar 8
19% Mar 29

45

108

Mar 27

18% Mar 17

x

Mar

2

Ex-dividend.

72% Mar

8
12% Mar 15
54
Mar 20
50
Jan 10

4
57 y4 Jan
3
9Vt Jan
3
40% Jan
40% Feb 10
3
27% Jan
43 y4 Jan
6
20y8 Jan 30
83
Feb
1
8
42 % Mar

42

Jan

33

46 JA Feb

11

29% Jan 16
67

12
96

Mar

1

53% Feb 24
33 y2 Mar 30
85
Feb 14
49% Feb 15
33%
74
19%
115

Jan 17
5
Jan
9
Jan

23

Mar 16
Feb 20
Mar 29
Feb 27

18% Mar 17
Mar 2

17
Jan 10
3
88% Jan

107

97% Jan {*v

131% Mar 30

(Un) Issue

admitted

to

ii
\y.

"-™«K

43

Philadelphia-Baltimore Stock Exchange
Monthly and Yearly Record

RANGE

PRICES

OF

Stock Sales—

March

March
Share*

Shares

STOCKS

490

1,328

5,492
11,451
35,401
121,763
919,725 1.204,977
1,995
6,595

7,290
4,827

16,395
9,788

50

129

2,058

4,505
38,793
18,156
10,933
19,728

18,758
6,625
2,700
6,860

4*474

IT 640

130

221

2,746

5,173

8,147

22,040

1,273

2.992

290

5*679

14*337

8,404

21,362
22,043

9,227
64

164
40

513
310

1,283
935
226

52,503

250,598

268

118

90
15

115

1,755

8,741

•>—

600

— —

593

1.954
2,827
7,211

1,671
655

1,264

1,250
5,875

11,549
14,203
5,729
2,976
1,264
30

28,312
3,194

37,276
7,491

137695

39,122

24,096
1,202

68,330
4,535

*1*066

L651
60,488

20

16,838

387909

867490

8,738

27,673

9,102

35,742

50
373

50

1,316
15,622
3,196

Alan Wood Steel com
5% preferred
American Stores Co
American Tel A Tel

1,069,000

March

2,987,000

Jan. 1 to March 31.

Price Jan. 3,
1961

Openinr er

869

Ask

10

23

25%

25%

26%

Sale

78

81

82

84

81

1
33%

77%
104

Sale
Sale

82%
Sale

18,496

4,798
2,375

12,649
6,204

755

10,764
9,597

3,158

•

Campbell Soup Co
Chrysler Corp

4.33
5c

1,972

3,404
5,264
5,915

472

1,468

1,610

8,851
18

448

186
13

63

Sale

Sale

36%

Sale

36
42 %

40

41

47

13
1

8

1.80
25

Duquesne Light Co

8

Electric Storage Battery
10
Finance Co of America—
New class A
5
Class B voting
10
Firemans Insurance Co of

Washington (D C)

SO

Food Fair Stores
Ford Motor Co
Foremost Dairies Inc

1
8
2

Garflnkel (Julius) com
50c
4 %% conv preferred
25
General Acceptance Corp
1
60c conv voting pfd
•
$1 Preferred
•
General Motors Corp
1.66%
Glmbel Brothers
8
Hamilton Watch com
1
4% conv preferred
100
Homasote Co
1
Hudson Pulp A Paper—
5 ft aerles^A preferred
25
25
B pfd.
5.12% ser:
2nd pfd
$1.41 co
24.80
Internatii
Resistance_10c

is

International Utilities—
$2 convertible preferred_S5
Lanston Industries
8
Lehigh Coal A Navigation_10
Macke (G B) Corp cl A
1
Madison Fund, Inc
1
Martin (The) Co new com.*
Merck Ac Co Inc
16%e

Mergenthaler Linotype Co—1
New common
25c
Natl Bank of Washington_l0
National Mtge A Invest—
Common
—1
5% non-cum preferred.. 7

Pennaalt Chemicals
Pennsylvania Gas A
4.10% preferred
Pennsylvania Pwr A
Pennsylvania RR
Peoples Drug Stores
Pep Boys.;

Photo

Corp 3
Water.*
100
Lt
•
10
Inc
5
_1

12%
8%
14%
-82%
38%
9
8

13%
9%
14%

13%
Sale

Philadelphia Electric com •
3.80% preferred
100
Phila Transportation
10
Philco Corp
3
Potomac Edison Co—
4.70% pfd series B
100
Potomac Klec Power com
10
$2.44 preferred
50

Progress Mfg Co

37
41

55%

77

Sale
Sale
37%
Sale

Sale

14

101

92

Sale

Sale

43%

Sale

10

*9 % "sale

8%

9%

9%

9%

43 %

25%
49%

14%
Sale
Sale

28%
58%

Sale
50 %

9%
Sale
Sale

Sale

9%
15%

49

50

8% Mar 20

14% Mar

8
91% Mar 8
41% Mar 15

Sale

Sale
Sale
65%

28
37
74 %
14 %
28

28

8
24
30
30
17

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

34

35%
39%
12"%
12%

1
Mar 30

42'/8 Mar
57
15%
14%
9%
17%
101%

1
17
30
22
27

Mar

46

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

32

3

8%
13%
77%
37%

9% Feb,
42 » Jan

8
9
6

10% Mar 27
47% Mar 30
29% Mar 1

1

27% Mar 13
6

57% Mar

25% Jan
50% Jan 10
„

65

Mar 22

23% Feb 27

24

Feb

32% Jan 10
4
63% Jan
3
12% Jan

Mar 22

65

39%
80%

Sale
Sale
Sale

36% Mar 1
74% Mar 15
13
Mar 27
29
Mar 10

43%

10

12

10%

12%

11%

12

10% Mar

30

13
32

—

41% Mar 23
80% Mar 30
14% Mar 13
29
Mar 10

31

41% Mar 23
80% Mar 30
Feb 21
15
29% Feb 21

47% Mar 22

Mar 10
Feb
2
17i% Jan 6
10% Jan 11
3
15% Jan
3
40% Jan

7

11% Mar 23

10% Jan 16

26% Mar 15
30% Mar 2

Sale

26% Mar 15
33% Mar 13

Marl

21

19%

20%

19%

20%

21

20%

21%

20%

25

25%
27%

26%

27

31%

26%
30%

27%

Sale

28 '
Sale

2

Mar~15

22%
12

Mar"

8
Mar 29

29
2a

20

20

__

~5% ~6

20%

_

*6% *7%

11%
20
21

11%
20%
Sale

14%

14%
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale-

22%
34%

83%
78%

13'A
27%
22%
35%
88%

86%

Sale

61

59 %

13%

30%
44

.

,

13% Mar 2
27% Mar 1
21% Mar 2
32% Mar 28
84% Mar 22
99% Mar 10

26% Mar 14

Sale
62

—

—

14% Mar 29
34% Mar 16
23% Mar 29
37% Mar 6
90 % Mar 17
126% Mar 28
32% Mar 29
—

■

44

6
1

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

~9% Mar~~9

11%

20% Mar

24 % Mar 24

10
18

Sale
Sale

10%

20%

35

Sale
Sale
__

44

__

Sale
Sale

34

9%

2

45% M*a"r~21
61% Mar 23

Mar~27

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan

Jan

10

79
Jan 24
31% Feb 23
16 % Mar 28
38% Mar 13

9

3
3

0

36% Jan 12
3
51% Jan
9% Mar

17% Jan

48% Mar 21
61% Mar 23
11
Jan 13
24 % Mar 24

9
4

401

Sale
Sale

37% Mar

41%

Mar"l3

33%

50

52

50

50

Mar 16

Sale
11%

14% Mar 15
47% Mar 8
9% Mar 2

Mar 16
6
13% Jan
3
42% Jan

94

_

3

38% Mar 6
32% Mar 15

38% Mar
57% Mar

58 %

Jan

3
5
12

Sale
Sale

Sale

29

60

44

Sale

Sale

51%

17
28

10

1

Sale
Sale

34

29
16
29
6

Jan

Mar

11'A
32%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

7%

78%
26%
11%
32%

30%
13%

14%
34%
23%
37%
90%
126%
32%

11% Jan
5
19% Jan 17
20% Feb
7
29% Feb
7
77% Jan 20
78% Jan
3
26% Mar 14
60
Jan
3

30% Mar 2
16% Mar 28
38% Mar 13

Sale
Sale
Sale

49%

Feb 16

.,

29% Mar 17
13% Mar 2

27%

Sale
8%

47

„

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Feb
34% Feb

3
20
17

28% Jan
27% Jan

35%
31%

44%
8%

21% Feb

24

27

38% Mar 6
32% Mar 15

Sale
Sale

49

Jan

13

Jan*23

34% Mar 29
31% Mar 3

29%
27%

_

2
8
Mar 19
12
6
16% Jan
47 % Mar 22

22% Mar

26% Mar 15
25% Jan 12

44

;

7%

37%

Feb

28

•

Sale

—

94

14

43% Jan 18

Sale

"5% ~6%

Sale

18

28

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

__

3

10% Mar 27
47% Mar 30
29% Mar 1

46%

100
34
49

Mar

46

6

Sale

-'59%

Mar 30
15% Mar 1
15% Jan 31
9% Feb 23
17% Jan 19
101% Mar 27

9% Mar
43% Mar

44%

Sale

30
30
17
27

lvi% Jan

Sale

60

Jan
3
4
Jan
4
Jan
Jan 17
4
Jan
6
Jan
Jan 30
Jan 12
3
Jan

Mar
Mar
Mar
Feb

6

11% Mar

109

122%
1%
38%
43%
57

8% Jan

Sale

Sale

Mar 22

"

10% Mar 17

15%
40%

27%
21%

1

26% Jan 12
83 % Feb
8
86% Mar 24

Jan
4
Feb
8
Feb 27
Jan
3

7

Sale
Sale
28
__

23%
83%
76 %
103 %

8% Mar

64%
13 %
26%
26%
18%

Sale
10

6
Mar 16

Mar 6
52% Mar 21
11% Mar 22

15

Jan* *4

41%

50

8% Jan

4

85% Jan

3

46

4
3

Mar* 13

Mar 16
Mar 6
52% Mar 21
11% Mar 22
50
15

.

50
5

35

136

•

86

Sale

2.50

47%
27%

Sale
Sale

57

South Jersey Gas Co
Southeastern Pub Serv
Sun Oil Co

47%

Sale

54%

145

10c
,

•

SO

Thompson RamoWooldridge
5
United Corp
1
United Gas Improvem't_13%
Universal Marlon Corp
•
Washington Gas Light com.*
$4.25 preferred
•
$5 preferred
•
$4.60 conv preferred
•
Westmoreland Inc
10
Woodward A Lothrop com.10

preferred

26% Mar
86%
122%
1%
38%

Prices

Prices

__

Scott Paper
Smith Kline A
French Laboratories.

Warehousing Corp

Mar 16

15% Mar 1
13 % Mar 13

Sale

47%
28%
64%

7

39% Mar 30

Sale

10

1

Mar

36

sale
Sale
16 %

44%

Mar

109'A Mar 22
1A Mar 22

_1

Public Service Elec A
Reading Co com
4%
1st preferred
Real Estate Title Ins Co

5%

Sale
47%

Sale
Sale

_20c

Inc

37

82%
120%
1%

Sale
Prices

Mar 28

96,850

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale

Highest

25

68%

Columbia Title Ins (D C)
6
Curtis Publishing Co
1
D C Transit System—
Class A common
20c
Delaware Pwr A Light 6.71

A

763

Sale
Sale

34

100

139

106%
35%
_

Terminal Refrigerating

1,169

77%
114%

1-fr

Atlantic City Electric
Atlantic Research Corp
BSF Company
Baldwln-Lima-Hamllton
Baltimore Transit Co
Budd Co
^

PRICES IN MARCH
Lowest
.Sale
Closing er
Prices
Bid

22%

Rights

Perfect

Ask

Bid

$42,300

40,550

March 30

100

.

4,851

Opening er

Bid

Riggs National Bank

5,493

March 1

PM

Arundel Corp

196'J

$24,050

1,623,000

Phila.-Balt.
Stock Exchange

20

PHILADELPHIA-BALTIMORE STOCK EXCHANGE
Bond Sales—
1961

1960

4,345,000

(Shares)

Since
Jan. 1

in

THE

1961

(Shares)

Jan. 1 to March 31

Aggregate Sales

ON

75

Sale

104%

Sale
Sale

57%
32%
18%
53%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

_

52%
13%

Sale
Sale

53%

Sale

__

61
98

63

80
87

82
89%

7%
61

16%
56%
83
98
105

62

97%

102% Mar

Sale

Sale

75

7%

83
98
102

145

3

53% Mar 13
32

Mar 16

17% Mar 20
52% Mar 21

107% Mar 14
58%
35%
18%
54%

Mar
Mar
Mar

1
2
6
2

Jan

27% Jan
15% Jan
47% Jan

9
3

79% Mar 10
8% Mar 17
63% Mar 13
16% Mar 1

68
7

Jan
Jan

4
4

52% Jan
13% Jan

3
3

67

53% Jan

Mar

107% Feb 23
59% Feb

27

35% Feb 24
19% Feb 20
55% Feb 10

75

78%
7%
62%

7%
Sale
Sale
57%

75% Mar 2
7% Mar 2
60% Mar 2
16% Mar 10
63 % Mar 27

Sale
8%
Sale

16

63%

63%

Mar

9

83

85
100
115

114

62%
98%

64
__

62

3
Feb 24

Jan

Mar

9

64

9

98% Mar

6
9

62

98% Mar

Mar
92% Mar

1
8

85% Mar

1

79

65

1

82
Feb
7
91
Jan 26
79% Feb 28

Mar

98% Mar

17

9

82% Feb 15
8% Mar 17
63% Mar 13
17% Feb 23
67% Feb 20
83% Jan 13

64

Feb

16

99% Jan 19

BONDS
13,100
2,250
8,700

16,100
9,750
14,700

•No pgr value.




Baltimore Transit Co—
1st deb inc 4s ser A
1975
Cum inc deb 5s ser A. 1975
6%% inc subord debs 1977

^Corrected figure,

a

Deferred delivery aale.

85
82
79

Sale
85%

85%

Sale

r Ca«h sale,

x

Sale

96
80

98
81

Ex-divldend.

85

y

—

Mar

Ex-righta.

93
80

Mar 17
Mar 6

85% Mar
93
80

1

Feb 13
Mar 6

44

Detroit Stock Exchange
Monthly and Yearly Record
STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales—
Jan. 1 to March 31 (Shares).

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE DETROIT
Stock Sales—
March (Shares)

In
March

Since
Jan. 1

■hares

Shares

19,963
14,261
1,745

59,831
33,921
6,895

1,040

3,700

1,646
2,612

6,439
4,475

4,125
4,802
2,590
8,694

8,529
10,389
5,986
35,006

23~928

6/744
11,279
3,181

21,149
9,644
84

3^856

1,433
2,444

2,444
3,250

591,212

_

Detroit
Stock Exchange

Aggregate Sales

1960
440,046

1961

STOCKS

Price Jan. 3,
1961

Opening or

Amer Metal

1

Avis

Bid

Ask

16%
3%
13%

Par

Wrigley Stores Inc——1
Allen dec & Equipment
1

A CP

Sale
Sale
Sale

March I
Opening or
Bid
Ask
Sale
Sale
18

17 y4
4%
17

March 30

Closing or
Bid

19%
5%
17

Borman

Food

Sale
Sale
18
~

1
S
29
6

28
5
95c

1

Stores

Ask

Briggs Mfg Co common
•
Brown-McLaren Mfg Co—1
Budd Company (The)
8
Buell Die <fc Machine Co
_1
Burroughs Corp
8
-5
Capital City Products.
Chrysler Corp common
28

1%
14%

13%

2

1%

37 y2
6%
90c

38y2
IV2

14%

15%

1%

1%

40%
73/4
Sale

16
1%

Sale
2%

39%
6 3/4

1

1%
27%

36

Sale

38%
10%

Consolidated Paper com
10
Consumers Power Co com—.*
S4.50 cum preferred
•
$4.16 cum preferred
*
Continental Motors com
1
Copeland Refrigeration
1

Sale

Sale
Sale

44%

Sale
Sale

44
10

66

67%

11
65

>

—

19%
5%
17 y2
15

Mar 30
Mar 30
Mar 21

40 Va

Mar~21

41

Mar 24
Mar 13

7y4 Mar 3
90c Mar 7
14% Mar 8
13/4 Mar 10
34% Mar 7

7*/2
iy8
16 3/4
2y4

43 Va Mar

38

13% Jan

2

Mar 30
Mar 22
Mar 17
Mar 20

7
9% Mar 22
65 Vb Mar 9

45% Mar 6
11 y4 Mar 2
67 Va Mar 30

Sale

10

Mar" 1
36% Mar 16

10 y4 Mar 30
38% Mar 27

~7y4 Mar~17

10%

Sale

10

Mar 7
Mar 1
Mar 16
Mar 29

~7y4

Mar 17

i5%

Mar27

—

—

1

Crowley Milner & Co

3

14% Jan

5

29% Jan 12
6y8 Jan
90c Feb

14

Feb

1

% Jan

27% Jan

30

19 %
5%
17%
15%

15% Jan 10
3% Jan
3

16%
43/fe
16 y2
14%

Mar

Sale
Prices

Sale
Prices

Sale
Prices

Sale
Sale

45

1,317,224

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Highest
Lowest

Highest

Lowest
Sale
Prices

1960

1,638,693

-PRICES IN MARCH-

—

5

Products Co
Industrial Corp
Baldwin Rubber common
Bohn Aluminum & Brass

1961

4

3
13
4
3

Mar
Mar
Mar
Jan

41
7%
iy8
17 y8

Mar 24
Mar 13
Mar 30

38

Mar 20

30
21
16

Jan 19
2y4 Mar 17

38% Jan 3
9% Mar 22
62% Jan
6
93% Jan 10

45% Mar 6
11% Feb 20
67% Mar 30
96
Feb 13

8MiJan 17

10% Mar 30
38% Mar 27

36% Mar 16
6
Jan 12

6

Jan

12

8

Jan

19

Cunningham Drug Stor's.2%
2,990

7,400

20,432

65,089

1,276
4,992
491
127
1,039

1,520

16,703
491
377
1,786
1,182

576

4,393

8,350
6,412
1,557
27,619
33,156

2,157
625

8,673
4,791

1,645
47,448

7,575
154,313
4,662
3,788

592

2,363
9,504

12,964

DWG Cigar Corp
8
Davidson Brothers Inc
1
Detroit & Cleve Nav com—8
Detroit Edison common
20
Detroit Gasket & Mfg
1
Detroit Industrial Prod
1
Detroit Steel Corp com——1

1
3
Fed Mogul Bower Bearlngs.8

8

Fruehauf Trailer common—1
Gar Wood Industries com
1
General Motors com
1%
Goebel Brewing common
1

•

Graham-Paige Corp com
Gt Lakes Chemical Corp

1
8

Hall Lamp Co common

~636

l~6Ii

555

912
343
743
100

Houdallle Industries Inc
3
Howell Elec Motors Co—1
International Breweries
1
Ironrite Inc
—X

6,122
1,424

2~973
687

6,353
6,297

20,813
9,040
1,436
5,459
1,673
4,046
22,875
1,015
4,135

300

2,804
400
830

9,452
391

320

101
102

1,921

3,175

182
565
490

451

1,131
490
100
60
125

~"io
■

9,292

35,825

515

965

486
720

1,426

2,658
3,315
2,658

250

250

2,751
1,852
3,886
1,442

5,274
4,964
7,778
6,510
1,513

621

5

II

63%
18%

17%
64%
19%

75 y2
22%

-4%
Sale

3%
40%
1%
1%
2

2y8

2y8
Sale
11

Sale

28 v*

8%

10

2%

2%

10%
6%

1

14

Sale

~Z

2%

10%

1
1

~485

Union Investment commos.4
United Shirt Distributors
1

Corp.lO

Inc

14 %
12 y2

__

3%
4

3%

•
1
S

17

2%
31%

Sale

9%

10

3%

Sale
Sale
7

1%
2%
15

ave

7y4

~2% ~4%

2

Sale
—

4

17

13
2%
3%

14
21/4
4

~3%

28%

30

2y8

10
18
3
4
31

Mar™8

3%

3%

4

Sale

26

27

_

4%

.

29

3ll6l
1,568
6,482

9,124
4.690
15,475

287

986

5,932
260
32,002

6,354
1,012

Aluminium
Ltd
American Airlines Inc
American Bakeries Co_
American

65,152
1,754

2^398

4,528

797
•No

1,376
par.

a

11%

4%

33

2%

2
27

28

8%

16

22
17
11%

~7

~8

~2%

Sale

~2% "2%

30%
9%

31%
9%

32 V2
10

22

22%

21%

10%
22%

16%

17%

18

19

8%

Sale

33%

Sale

Sale

13%
9

_

4%

15

14
9




4
3
2

7% Mar 27
18% Mar 22
17% Mar 2

32 Va Jan 19
5
31% Jan

34% Mar 29
37% Mar 28

4y8 Jan 17
9
35% Jan

28% Jan 17
16
Feb 7
4
64% Jan
5
19% Jan
5
Jan
3
Jan
4
Jan
Jan 12
Feb 17
Jan 19

4

40%
1%
1%
1%
8%

Jan

5

T"

"

r

ii

12 y2 Mar

6

Mar 8
Jan 17
Jan 12
4
Jan
6
Jan
5
Jan

>

6

,

21% Mar 29

,

:

:

...

18% Mar 7
2% Mar 9
30y8 Mar 17
7% Mar 20
5y8 Mar 21
1% Mar 17
2% Mar 22
12 y4 Mar 14
63A Mar 9
18 y4 Mar 20
3 Vb Mar 23

14% Mar

3

2 Vb Mar

2
3% Mar 7
29% Mar 20

2ya

Feb
1

1

15%

__

3

Mar 20
Feb 23
Jan 11
Mar 22
Jan

5

Feb 24

,

Jan
Jan

4

11

Jan 10
Feb
6
Jan 13

Mar 22
2ys Mar 2
3% Mar 7
31% Mar 28

20

40% Mar 8
27 V* Mar 2
10% Mar 14

Feb
Feb
1

2
2

Mar 20
12
Mar 21
Jan
4

43 y4 Mar
27 V* Mar

,

3% Mar
29% Mar
2'/a
31V4
9%
21 y8
17%

2
6
13
1
3
6

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar 17
Mar 8

10%
4%
30
6

2%
33 %

10%
22
19

9% Mar

3

7% Mar 30
3y4 Mar 27

3y4 Mar 27

15% Mar 22

2y8

4y8

41/8

__

Mar

6

15% Mar 10
57
Mar 15
10% Mar 10
41
Mar 6

51
11

41

II

19 y8

—

21 y8

8

24y4 Mar

51% Mar 6
9% Mar 22
41

41

Mar 17

7

Jan

6

3% Jan 30

13% Jan

5
18
7

3% Jan
13% Feb
50
Feb 21

9% Feb
41

6

Jan 23

Sale

13 y2 Mar 14
13
Mar 14

8

14 y4 Mar 30
14V2 Mar 10

44
Feb 24
23 % Feb 10

Mar

1
•

Sale

46% Mar 10
11
MarlO
17% Mar 9

48% Mar 15
11
Mar 10
20% Mar 30

46% Mar 10
8% Jan
9
6
16% Feb
82% Jan 24

14 Vb Mar 1
48 Vb Mar 16

Mar 10
48% Mar 16

12% Jan
34
Jan

Cash sale

12%

Sale

14 Vb

20%

Sale

r

Ex-dividend,

y

Ex-rights.

3y8 Jan 18
15% Mar 10
57
Mar 15

10% Mar 10
Feb
7

42

14y4 Mar 30
14% Mar 10
44% Feb 28
27% Feb
3
353/4 Mar 20
24% Feb
9
37 y2 Mar 2

35

Sale

3

5

10% Jan 17

21% Mar 10
37% Mar 2

18%

9% Mar

3y4 Jan 30
15 »/4 Mar 22

11 Va Jan

•

Sale

Feb
6
19% Mar 23
9% Jan 27
12% Mar 6
6
Jan
6
21% Mar 29
3
Mar 20
31 Va Mar 29
10
Jan 16
6% Jan
5
13/4 Mar 29
2V2 Jan 5
13% Feb 15
8ya Jan
9
18% Mar 20
4
Feb 16
10% Jan 10
9% Feb
6
20
Mar 22
2ya Feb
2
37/8 Feb
2
313/4 Mar 28
3y8 Jan 12
2% Mar 21
2
Jan
4
32

24 V* Mar

26%
35%
23%
37 y2

17%

3% Mar 24
9 V* Mar 28
5% Mar 27

8

Mar~15

21 y2

2% Feb 17

24% Mar

25%

10

5V4 Mar 17
47 y8 Mar 22
2% Feb 13

__

Sale

25

4Vi Mar 17
39% Mar 6
33 y» Mar 22
Jan 20
18
Mar 22
80
24% Mar 17

43% Feb 28
27% Mar 2
113/s Jan 19
4% Mar 29
30
Mar 6
8
Mar 13
2% Mar 9
33 y2 Mar 22
10 % Mar 14
23
Jan 19
19
Mar 21

1
2
Mar 14
Mar 29
Mar 6
Mar 13
Mar 9
Mar 22
Mar 14
Mar 2
Mar 21

24 v* Mar

55
_

8

Jan

Mar 20
3
31 y4 Mar 29
9% Mar 6
5% Mar 21
1% Mar 29
2% Mar 1
12% Mar 16
8y8 Mar 30
is'A Mar 20
3% Mar 23

~2% Mar~21

15

12
40

5

__

Broadcasting-

r

5
Jan
14% Jan
17 y8 Mar

Mar 20
19% Mar 23

13% Mar 15

7%

3%

1
1

Pnnmount Theatres
1
American & Foreign Pwr__*
"mericnn Motors
1.66%
American Natural Gas Co
•
Amer Rad & Std Sanitary
5
American Seating Co
10

Deferred delivery sale,

55% Mar 27

■

—

6

14%

Allegheny-Ludlum Steel
Allis-Chalmers Mfg Co

27

3

32

18% Mar 17

UNLISTED DEPT.

576

24
28

48% Jan

4

41%

Sale
27%
11

11

2%

1%

4

Admiral

Corporation.
Alleghany Corporation

17
22
3
1

3

Jan

•

Walker <fe Co class A
Common

1
Mar 15
2 y4 Mar 3
2
Mar 22
2
Mar 2
9Va Mar 27
5% Mar 27

7

~3

5'/4 Mar
47 Vb Mar
2% Mar
2% Mar
3y8 Mar
9V4 Mar
5% Mar

4% Mar

44

12% Mar

14

~7%

19%

8
Mar 22
80
24% Mar 17

~2% Mar~21

1
—1

Young (LA) Spg ft Wire

—

——

27y2

11 ya
2

25c

"'oodall Industries Inc

13%

16% Mar

Feb

7

__

1
B

23^

39% Mar 6
33% Mar 22

9

Mar

•

2y4

sy4
21%

Udyute Corp common—1

2,590
3,269

Isy2

Sale

1
10

5,562

1,180
1,836

"43/8

2%

43%
26%

Rudy Mfg Company

3y8

—

perior Tool ft Die Oft—1

135

1%

~1%

24%

Scotten Dillon common
Sheller Mfg Co common

2%

"1%

23%

Vlnco Corp

1%
1%

6%
1%

2:80
Peninsular Metal Products.l
Pfeiffer Brewing Co com
8
Prophet (The) Co
1
Republic-Transcon Indus
*
Rickel (H W) <fc Co com
2
Rockwell Standard Corp
8

Dfi~ke Davis & Oo_
Parker Rust-Proof Co

466

135

30%
9y4

1%

2.167
2,277

Sale
2 V*
Sale
2
9

5

Sale

46

I

215
3,678

612

17%
2%

4y8

Universal Controls
''niohn (The) Co

4%

Sale

"2%

17%

1%

2,352
3,766

Sale

~4%

30c

Soss Mfg Co
Standard Tube class
Studebaker-Packard

22%

~2

1

28,143

2,158
1,330

1%

22

80

Sale

10

Preferred
Micromatic Hone Corp
1
Motor Wheel common
B
Mt Clemens Met Prod com_l
6%
preferred
4
Murray Corp common
10
Natl Brewing Co (Mich)
1
National Union Electric

II

17
Sale

II

6%
1%

-14,082

1.342

44%
2y8
2y4

Sale

Sale

~7%

1
•
10

Natl Elec Welding Machs

Mar 14

17 y8 Mar 2
34% Mar 29
37% Mar 27
4y4 Mar 17
37% Mar 8
Mar 14
33
16% Mar 8
75% Mar 7

34%
19%
76 y2

14%

__

3

Michigan Chemical Corp
Michigan Sugar common

43/4

7% Mar 27
18% Mar 22
17 y8 Mar 2
34% Mar 29
37% Mar 28
41/4 Mar 17

5% Mar 15

31 y2

2

Refineries Inc
Masco Screw Products

17

1

4'/4

18%
14%

17%

16%

1

Leonard

19%

8

4%

4y8

II

Hastings Mfg Co
3
Higbie Mfg Co common.
Hoskins Mfg Co com.
2.50

Lansing Stamping Co
LaSalle Wines ft Champ

18%

19

26

King-Seeley Thermos Co 1
Kingston Products Corp
1
Kresge (S S) common
10
Kysor Heater Company —1
Lakey Foundry Corp
1

232

Sale

7%
18

Mar"

50 Va

55

Sale

50%

39 y4

4M,

Incorporated—10

1,161

~

Sale

14%

Economy Baler Company
Lx-Cell-O Corp common:

Ford Motor Company

~6% ~7%

~7 vat

686
300

832

Sale

48%

Dlvco-Wayne Corp
—1
Drewry's Ltd USA Inc
1
Eaton Mfg Co common—S

Fenestra

—-

—

8

7

Sale

8

16

Mar 2
Mar 20
Mar 17
Mar 2

33 Va Jan 10
3
21% Jan
36% Jan 20

3
5

8

483/4 Mar 15
11
Mar 10
20% Mar 30
82 y2 Jan 24
16
Mar 10
48 Vb Mar 16

Arcrecate Sales
in

March

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

Detroit

Shares

9,231
30,442
883

38,671
49,373

3,928
2,749
4,562
36,078

1,628
23,043
925
125

1,749
125
571

5^018

15,019

316

426

2,575

8,354

324

915

1,032

3,503
5,567

-

1,697
520
512
6,089
1,325
817

1,224
1,777
12,521
4,728
1,357

3,402
5,944

11,590
17,636
1,199

~542

832

2,217
4,115

9,770

2,695
3,071

15,021
7,716

437

1,494
3,540
8,403
6,980
44,563

160

1,404
2,651
3,175

11,191

2~510

2~510

9,116
797

2~306

23,834
797
737
5,719

2,549

8,469

232

232

4,858

9,516

3,698

11,965

595
292

2,093

1,403
1,751

2,203
6,919
5,735

1,302

4,697

941

286

4~158

964
654

1,973
5,966
9,583

2,101
4,363
1,028

3,017

500

385
865

Price Jan. 3,

Opening or

STOCKS

American Tel & Tel Co.33%

Sale

104

Bights

Avco

3~406

1,548

3,989

4,334

14,165

475

475

3,182

5,205
334
719

702

2,478
3,527
1,949
6,941

3,527
497

6

...

13
100

5
8
.1
5
15

Boeing Airplane Co
Borden Company

Capital Airlines Inc
Celanese Corp of America
,

■

1

45%

Sale

40

10
Columbia Broadcasting—2.50
Columbia Qas System Inc—*
Commercial Solvents
1
Commonwealth Kdlson Co-25
Consol Kdlson of N Y Inc
*
Curtis (The) Publishing
1
Cities Service Co com

1

Curtles-Wright Corp
Dome Mines Ltd
Dow Chemical Co

Sale

14

General

Georgia-Pacific Corp
80o
Gillette (The) Co
1
Goodyear Tire St Rubber—•
Greyhound (The) Corp
—3
—1
5

Hayes Industries Inc
Hoover Ball & Bearing

Hupp Corporation

-

.

Illinois Central RR
Interlake Iron Corp
Internat Harvester Co¬

I

100

in ternat Nickel of Can.
International Tel Si Tel Co_*

Kelsey-Hayes Wheel Co——1
•
Kroger (The) Company
1
Lear Inc
60c
l.ibbey-Owens-Ford Glass—5
Lo"w'8 Theatres Inc
1
Lukens Steel Co
3.33%
Corp common
3
<<>• ro -Goldwyn -Mayer
Inc_
Monsanto Chemical Co
-2

Montgomery Ward & Co—•
Mueller Brass Co
1
Nafl Corp
__i
National Biscuit Co
National

47% Mar 6
21% Mar 21
46% Mar 29
Mar
40% Mar
Mar
19
23% Mar
8% Mar
36 % Mar

Sale

19

Sale

Chemical—6

50
Pepsi-Cola Co common_33%c

Republic Aviation Corp

15%

Sale

20

—

—

Sale

111
..

mmmrn

Revlon

mmmrn

—

—

mmmm

14%

•

a

Sale

13

—

Sale
—

65%

—

—

—

65%

Sale

28%

Sale

-

-

—

~

Sale

20

I"

21 y4

—

47%

—

1,435

3,849

417

5,073

417
4.622
11,740

1,295

3,574

Southern Co

2,312

4,864

Sale

Sale

13,349
144

304

846
833

2,203
1,728

3,280
2,701
10,510

2~527

8,259
6,586
28,056
559
5,545

1,241

4,084

870

4,549

7,261

18,483

737

1,330
a

Sinclair Oil Corp
Socony

Mobil

—

—

—

32%

Sale

—

19%

—

Sale

—

50c
•
25
7
5

Sterling Drug Inc
5
Sunray Mld-Cont Oil Co—1
Texas Gulf St
fextron
Tnc

Sulphur-.

Deferred

delivery sale,

Cash aa

78

34%
70%
47%
21%
46%
63%

Mar 10
Jan 12
Mar 6
Mar 21

Mar 29

Feb 24
40% Mar 7
19
Mar 30
23% Mar 27
8% Feb 14
36% Mar 29
64% Jan 12
63% Feb
2
39% Peb 24
24% Mar 27
25 y8 Feb 17
78
Mar 27

10
9
28

15% Jan

4

21% Mar 16

71% Jan 23
104% Feb 13
9
48% Feb
5% Jan 5
13% Jan 12

77% Mar 2
116% Mar 20

Mar

1

77% Mar 2
116% Mar 20
«% Feb
9
6% Mar 22
15
Mar 10
14% Feb 24
43% Feb 23
73% Jan
5

6% Mar 22
14% Mar 7
13% Mar 17
40
Mar 15
65 Va Mar 28

Jan

69% Jan

Mar 27

21% Mar 16

28% Mar
27% Mar
59% Mar

9
7
8

36% Mar 27
21 y4 Mar
14
Mar
Mar
20

7
9
2

~6%

Mar 22
Mar 10
14% Mar 2
41% Mar 9
15

12% Jan
40

3
Mar 15

71% Feb 28

7

61% Feb 13

29
8
29% Mar 13

28% Mar 9
26% Jan 24
69% Mar 8

29
30

98% Feb 10

35

Jan 20

20

Jan
Mar
Mar

39
Mar 9
22% Feb 21

69

Mar

Mar"

65% Mar 16
Mar 9
39
21% Mar 21
14

Mar

25

9

14

16"
2

20

—

—

68

32%

Mar~~8

32% Jan

3

36% Feb"21
84% Mar 16
33% Mar 22
24
Mar 22

32 Va kar~ 8
84% Mar 16
31 Va Mar 14
19% Mar 1
56% Mar 23

84% Mar
33% Mar
24
Mar
57
Mar

28
13
20

22
29

8% Jan 17
32% Jan - 5
24 y4 Jan 12
45% Jan 10
5
59% Jan
6
45% Jan

78% Jan 20
1
30% Feb
17% Jan 30
52% Jan 11

16

22
22
23

Mar 15

70

59 y4 Mar 13
48y4 Mar 10
33% Mar 3
23% Mar 13
38% Mar 8

Sale

32

Sale

—

Sale

21%

—

—

Sale

—

—

—

—

15%

—

—

—

—

Sale

—

—

Mar 13

32

Mar

2

29
Mar 21
86% Mar 22
21% Mar 22
43% Mar 23

31 y4 Mar

i

28% Jan 19
23% Mar 13

29% Jan 12
77% Feb 24

29

61% Feb
9
25% Jan 13

Mar 21

86% Mar 22
21% Mar 22
44

1

1

1!
1

—

1

!

i

14

16

Mar

3

Mar 20
21% Mar 1

21%

Mar" 15

49

Mar" 22

37% Mar

3

51% Mar

9

9

8
3

57% Mar

8

49% Mar

9

18
Mar 28
22 y4 Mar 17
43% Mar 6
44% Mar 3
52% Mar 30

Sale

3

24% Mar 29

26 y4

4374
--

45%

Sale

—

—

25

19%
27%

Sale

Sale

21Va

Sale

Sale

—

22%
—

'

——

20
•

Jan

27% Jan
54
Jan
77% Jan
45 Va Feb
37 y8 Feb
33 y4 Jan

99%
54%
13%
22 y4

Feb
Feb
Jan

5
6

3
5
24
21
4
20
2
27

Mar 17

40 Va Jan

10

39% Jan

4

5
48% Jan
21% Jan 16
9
50% Jan

16

Mar~29

2

49%

Mar"2 4

1
6

Mar 7
25% Mar 10
21
Mar 1

46 y4 Mar
Mar
30
80% Mar
26
Mar
Mar
25
27% Mar
23% Mar

31 y8 Mar 13

32% MaY

2

88

49% Jan 16
4
77% Jan

50% Feb

1

46% Mar 1
43% Mar 15

48% Mar 13
46% Mar 7

43% Jan
5
40% Feb 1 9

48% Mar 13
46% Mar 7

98

98

Sale
—

Sale

r-

Sale
Sale

Sale
—

30

Mar

21

22
6

27
17
30
20
9

—•

Sale

4(5%
44%

jan" "5

Mar 29

8% Jan 17
20% Jan 26
55% Feb 23
4
46% Jan
3
40% Jan
26% Jan
72% Jan 13
9
24% Jan
20
Jan
5
24% Jan 1"
19% Jan
3
36 Va Feb
2
3
27% Jan

48% Mar
43% Mar

—

__

88

45% Mar~20
21% Mar 1

7
9

44

Mar 10
Mar 14

9
Mar
25 y8 Mar

78% Mar 24
25% Mar 15
26 Va

45% Feb 20
32% Mar 28

86 Va Mar 22
21% Mar 22

29

Sale

11

24
27
27

85% Mar 23

27

Sale

—

—

Mar 16

24
3
13
8

57
Mar 27
23% Mar It
37% Mar :
59% Feb
2
94
Jan 25
51% Mar 1 4
37% Feb 21
40% Feb 16
99% Feb 20
57% Mar 8
18
Mar 28
22 Va Mar 17
43% Jan 23
45% Feb
1
52% Mar 30
24% Mar 29
50% Jan
9

37% Mar

16
Mar
22 % Mar 17
43 Va Mar 22

Ma"r"l3

50% Jan 13

57
Mar 27
23 Va Mar 16

57Va Mar

—

Sale
Sale

Feb
Mar
Mar
Mar
Feb
Feb
Feb

Mar" 15

21% Mar

52%

41

59y4
50%
33%
23%
38%
77%
63%
29%

50% Feb 28
22% Feb 14

9

43

26%

Mar 23
Feb 28
Mar 15

12

!

—

—

57
20
70

50% Feb 20
18% Jan 26

37% Mar

1

I

21%

Mar 28

Mar29

—

1

1

—

69% Mar 29

40% Feb
18% Jan

Mar 29

45%

56% Mar 27

Sale

25% Feb 21
50
Feb 28
67% Mar 22

86 y4 Mar 22
17% Jan 13
38% Jan
3
45% Feb 29
27% Jan 12

32% Mar 28

43% Mar 16
19 y4 Mar 9

20 Va Mar 8
36 y8 Mar 24

1

54

28
14

46
Jan 25
45 % Jan 12

,

—

Feb

63% Feb

—

31%

9

6

59% Mar 13
47% Mar 30

Sale
—

Mar

59% Jan

Sale

—

—

25% Jan "9
10% Mar 2
38 % Mar 28

Mar 28

Mar 28

32%

—

—

38%

14

2

68

1

23% Mar 13
—

9

Mar 22
67
54% Mar 8

Mar

36%

~

—

8
2

65% Mar 16

—

—

--

3

Mar
Feb

Mar
10% Mar
38% Mar
25% Mar
Mar
50
67% Mar
59% Mar

47%

—

50c

r

6
22% Jan
60 y4 Jan 24
2
53% Feb
5
36% Jan
4
23 y4 Jan

29

69y4 Mar 14
—

•

Toledo Edison Company —
5
Union Bag-Camp Paper—6%
Union Pnclflc Railroad
10
United Corporation
1
U 8 Rubber Co
5
U S Steel Co common
•
"•-'hr 'H>
G & Worts
•
Tomer Bros,Pictures Tnc
5
Western Union Tel..
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W«stinonse Flee Corp_6%
Wnolwo-th IV W1 Co
10"
OofM-e, Pftru
1

22% Jan 10
7
7% Feb

20

.15
-5

Spprry Rand Corp
Standard Brands Inc
Stnndard Oil (Ind>
Standard Oil Co (N J)
Stanley Warner Corp

3

63
Mar 14
36 V* Feb
8
3
14
Jan

64% Mar 23
53% Mar 17
39 y8 Mar 14
24% Mar 27

—

•

Inc.

Jan

17% Jan 23
37
Jan 30

7
30
27
24

2

47

—

—

Southern Pacific Co com
Southern Railway Co.
Sparton Corp
!
2.50

3
Servel Inc common
1
Shell Transp Si Tr NY shs—
Sears

40

Feb"

46 Va
15
26
Mar 22
21
Mar 30
15
Feb
8

68

21%

Sale

—

•

Paper Company
Roebuck & Co

4,888

2,747
36,257

1

9% Mar 21
38% Mar 17
25% Mar 13

Remolds Metals Co.
Roval Dutch Petroleum_20G
St Regis Paper Company
-8

Scott

6
6

31

1U Mar 30
51
Mar 8

98% Feb lo

—

Sale

=

—

-1

Inc

"999

370
1,693
23,468
570

Mar

19% Mar

111

tmmm

mmmm

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1

2,243
2,619

5

34% Mar 10
70% Jan 12

14

63

9,

22% Jan
13% Jan
13
Jan

Mar 22
Mar 30

74% Mar 16

Sale

—

~

1

Republic 8teel Corp ___10

5

116 Va Jan

71% Feb

75

—

1

Pictures

Pennsylvania RR Co

26
21

22

Sale

•

630

Mar 23

29 y8 Mar 8
62% Mar 16
53% Mar 17
37% Mar 7
23% Mar 10

Sale

75

World Alrwaye—1

Radio Corp of America
Kefchhold
Chemicals

2,139

15

22% Mar 14
8% Mar 24

16

3

224

46 y4 Jan

—

National Distillers & Chem_5
National Steel Corp
10
New York Central RR
*

7,719




45% Mar 1
21% Mar 21
41% Mar 8

3

1-ft Mar 22

14% Mar 8
34% Mar 10

5

Philco Corp common

4,713
2,442

par.

15% Mar 2
13% Mar 29
34% Mar 10

—

—

—

Dairy Products

6,176

•No

Sale

Kennecott Copper Corp

8,945

1400

1

Sale

24

E

—

Jones St Laughlin Steel—10
Kaiser Alum Si Chem—33%

Paramount

lT271

Mar

—

31

—

4~776

8,346

46

—

—

1

Dynamics Corp

General Electric Co
... 5
General Foods Corp
-*
General Public Utilities—.5
Gen Tele <Ss Electronlcs_33 %

3To99

1,378

24

Electric

Pan Amer

~627

Sale

—

—

—

Auto-lite—
Erie-Lackawanna RR
Evans Products Company—5
Foremost Dairies Inc
2

s

63

-10

Eastman Kodak Co.

24%
20%

——

•

3,817

1,833

Sale

Mar 14
39% Mar 2

—*

Sale
Sale

24
16

25

Chesapeake St Ohio Ry

4~296

1,895
2,129
1,612

8

Jan

38% Jan

—

—

Borg Warner Corp
5
Calumet & Heels Inc
5
Canadian Pacific Rallway_25

1,686

~982

Mar

104

—

—

3

Mlg Corporation

Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton
Baltimore & Ohio BR
Bendlz Aviation Corp
Bethlehem Steel Corp
Bliss (K W) common

1~457

10,558

1-ft Mar 22
51

—

10

Ohio Edison Co
OUn Mathleson

"475

Sale

Prices

Prices

115% Mar 2
Hi Mar 30
51
Mar 8

10

1,511

450

lii

.

50

Niagara Mohawk Pow com.*
Northern Pacific Ry Co
5
Northern States Power——5

1,480

Sale

Prices

114 Va Mar 10

■

—

Anaconda Company
Armco Steel Corp com
Armour St Co common
Atch Topeka & S F Ry

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Highest
Sale
Sale

Lowest

Highest

Prices

Bid

Ask

Bid

Bid

pa,

-PRICES IN MAECHLowest
March 30
Sale
Closing or

March 1
Opening or

1961

Stock Exchange

McCord

1~434

45

DETROIT STOCK EXCHANGE

April, 1961

Mar

11

29

Mar 10
Mar 14

57

Feb

9

49% Mar 24
46% Feb
30

Mar

6
6

80% Mar 27
26

Mar 17

25

Mar 30

27%
23%
38
32%

Mar 20
Mar 9
Feb 10
Mar 2

88

Mar

~

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.

*

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Jan

Jan

4

46

Pacific Coast Stock Exchange
Monthly and Yearly Record

EXCHANGE

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE PACIFIC COAST STOCK
March (Shares)
Jan. 1 to March 31

Pacific Coast

Alirtfat* Sales
Since
Jan. 1

March

Stocks

2,237
5,554
7,419
12,121

1,018
1,692
5,970

5,399
668,612 1,145,863
7,026
1,288
15,805
1,777
17,162
10,880

9,211
1,297
10,365

4,375
6,543

16,843
6,770

3,454

14,883
5,409

28,849
20,374
5,248
4,848
40,345
10,173

11,239'
10,702

14,019
29,300

12,608
8,026
2,512
1,825

ACF Industries

7,510

7.743
13,822

20,587
29,457

13,267

19,991

2,703

6,028

100

560

10,886
25,891
5,223
44,755
6,321

22,845
29,091
16,293
126,402
13,819

11,983
1,016

27,084
3,235
111,274

23,405
708,382
2,972

18,527
58,776
802

7,069
2,725

866,638
11,354
66,863
160,666
1,635
21,077

15,602
1,198
6,043
6,363
17,981
2,446
4,804
43,364
1,489

735

2,237
3,018

7,246
1,062
1,798
18,367
122

6,843
9.744
1,270

12,387

28,310
i

4,770
76

44

66,493
12,799

109,343
16,158

4,814

12,175
1,193
7,030

964

250
260

2,880

2,700
2,006

980

i

7,568
2,700

6,179
2,291

964
3,791
2,895
10,880
507

12,628
5,004
23,673

21,119
10,938

64,746
16,836

107,775
21,608
21,998
1,235
1,806
4,975
19,226
113,885

4,588
3,346
674
10

570

297,574
65,473
52,690
2,575

3,842
14,360
48,370
182,981

14,610
12,131
3,036

18,579
11,272
500,554
24,821

<; 36,735

650

2,613

2,613

4,400

13,072
2,680
2,211

990
971
217

2^884
927

2,335
7,266
12,616

9,214
3,778

1,049
1,797
6,598
4,497
5,381
19,690
35,649
19,855

8,105

Bid

Opening

Ask

Bid

2.50
1
1

10c
*
2

1
Alleghany Corp (Un).
Warrants (Un).
Allied Artists Pictures Corp_l
Allied Chemical Corp (Un)_9
Allls-Chalmers Mfg. (Un)-10

Aluminium Ltd
•
Aluminum Co of Amer (Un) 1
Amerada Petroleum (Un)—•
Amer Airlines Inc (Un)
1
Amer Bosch Arms (Un)
2
-

■

er

Ask

55%
17%
65%
13 %

65%
13%
59c

—

—

_

60c

Sale

~4%

Sale

7%
13%
9%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

4%

Sale

~6

Sale
Sale
Sale

34%

Sale

31%

3
57% Mar 13
24 % Mar 13
34
Mar 2

Sale
Sale

26%
35%

Sale

23%
20%

Sale

22%

Sale

Sale

21%

35%

Sale

50%
37%

Sale t 48%
*■'
Sale
39%

Sale
Sale

$1.50 preferred (Un)
25
American Cyanamid (Un)_10
American Electronics Corp-1
American Factors (Un)—10
American St Foreign Power
Co Inc (Un)—

21%

Sale

23%
44%

Sale
Sale

9%
30%

Sale.

10%

Sale

36%

Sale
Sale

11

Sale

Axneric'n-Int'l Alum Corp 25c
Amer Machine St Fdy—3.50

Broadcstg-Paramount

15%

Sale

29%

Sale

3%

4%
Sale

88%

~3% ~3%
~i%

Sale

18%
50

Sale
Sale

14%

60o
Amer Motors (Un)
1.66%
American Pot St Chcm—*

Corp
1
Amphenol-Borg Electronlcs_l

50

Anaconda Co (Un)—

Sale

~6

12%

Sale

__

"sale

lit

120%

Sale

1%

Sale

23%

Sale

44%

Sale

75

Sale
Sale

46%
21%

Sale

52%

Sale

48%
22%

Sale

Sale

Midland
•
Arkansas-La Gas com (Un)_9
Armco Steel Corp (Un)
10
Armour St Co (Del) (Un)_5
Warrants
.
•
Ashland Oil St Refin (Un)_l
Atch T <fe S Fe Ry (Un)_10

54%

5%

Atlas Corp (Un) common—1
Warrants (Un)
5% preferred (Un)
20

Mfg Corp (Un)
3
Avnet Electronics Corp—_5c

Avco

68%

Bell St Howell Company
•
Bendix Avia'n Corp (Un)—5

Benguet Consol (Un)_.—P 1

40o
8

Bestwall Gypsum
Bethlehem Steel (Un)

Bishop Oil Co
Black Mammoth

2

Consol

.5e
Mining
Boeing Airplane Co (Un)—5
Bolsa Chica Oil Corp
>-1
Bond Stores Inc (Un)_—1
Borden Co (Un)
7.50
Borg-Warner Corp
—5
Broadway-Hale Stores
5
flBrunswick Corp new com_*
Budd Co
—5
Budget Finance Plan com-50
—

6%

preferred

60c

conv

—•

preferred

—10
9

Bullock's Inc
Bunker Hill Co (Un).

California Ink Co Inc

42%
3%

Cerro Corp (Un)
Certain-teed Prods Corp

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Chance-Vought Corp

400

Charter

'Un> Admitted

to

Oil

Co

Ltd..

—

20%

30

22
29

Mar
47% Mar
30% Mar
27% Mar
26
Mar
75

•

a

•

;

57% Mar 16
4% Mar 1
2

Mar 20

a

Mar
Mar
Mar
Jan
Mar

10

22
29

6

Jan 31
49% Mar 21
12% Jan 10
38% Mar 29

9% Jan 16
3% Jan 30
86% Jan 17
1% Feb 20
5% Jan 4
2
16% Feb
43% Jan 12

11% Mar 10
4% Jan 12
120
Mar 8
2% Mar 8
7% Jan
9
20% Mar 30
52% Feb
9

12 % Jan

16% Mar 13
60
Mar 16
122
Mar 30
111 Mar 30

43 % Mar

_

3
8
1

3

55% Jan 13
103% Jan
3
1A Mar 22
3
65
Jan
3
41% Jan
20% Jan 27
.42
Jan 6
3
44% Jan
3% Feb 14
39% Feb 21
9
35% Jan
3
68 % Jan
39% Jan 13
22 % Jan
4
5
22% Jan
21% Jan 3
45% Jan 20
3
42% Jan
3
3% Jan
1% Jan 27
"a__'
■

■

75% Feb
1
50% Feb
8
25% Mar 14
58
Mar 30
55% Mar 22
6% Mar 29

39% Feb 21
40% Mar

9

75
Mar 9
47% Mar 15
30% Mar 16

27% Mar 10
26
Mar 22
47 % Feb 17
57 (4 Mar 16

4% Feb 23
Feb 28

2
a

.

_.

—

1%

—

Sale

118

Sale

22

——

1%

2

49%

Sale
Sale

19

Sale

■

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Sale

"1%

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"1%

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lie

Sale
8

Sale

37%

Sale

3%

Sale

35%

Sale
32%

32
48 %

45%

9%

3%

Sale
Sale
Sale

39%

Sale
Sale

8%

Sale

59%
14%

9%

8%

8%

31%

2.50

10%

Sale
10"%

36%
11%
19
35%

27%
1.55

Sale
Sale

20%

22%

39%

46
15

Sale
Sale

12c

Sale

45%

Sale

Sale

35

9c
41

*7%

~7

Sale
Sale

Sale

9%
9%
12
Sale

33% Mar 29

17% Feb

3

33% Mar 29

14% Mar

13% Mar 24

4% Mar 23
36% Mar 22
1% Mar 2

15% Feb
6
4% Mar 23
47% Jan 19
1% Mar 2
132
Marl6
1% Mar 30
22% Jan
9
14% Feb 15
63
Feb 28
70
Jan 10
1% Jan 13

4

39%
63

"5%

Sale

Sale
Sale

9c
41

12c Mar 30
47% Mar 22
Mar 21
4
22% Mar 2
Mar 17
67
43% Mar 29
39% Mar 30
74% Mar 8
17% Mar 22
10% Mar 14
Mar 24
9

22

1

9
12

Sale
11%
Sale
Sale

Sale

26

Sale

21% Mar

Sale

3-fe
1

39%
11%
37%

Sale
Sale

31%

Sale

Sale

12 %
34%

Sale
Sale

Sale

43%

Sale

Sale

Sale
43

Sale

7% Jan
9c
36 %
3
19%
55%
35 %

8
3
6

Feb
1
Jan 27
Feb 21
Jan 30
Feb 10
Jan
3

2
31% Feb
Feb
1
44
Jan 27
14

46

Mar 30

Mar

8

47(4 Mar 7
15
Mar 30

12c Jan 11
47% Mar 28
Mar 21
2
67
Mar 17
43% Mar 29
39% Mar 30
74% Mar 8
4

22% Mar

17% Mar 22

8% Feb

4
8

10% Mar 14
9
Feb 24

31% Jan

6

42% Mar 20

7% Jan

20
3
28
20
30

Mar 13

all other footnotes

10% Jan 12
17
Jan
27% Jan
1.55 Jan

20% Jan 16

49% Mar

6

92% Mar 9
26
Mar 28

3-fg Mar 30

38% Jan
90

Mar 14
Mar 15

Mar

1

Mar
1
Mar 29
Mar 6

71% Mar 15
36% Mar 23
34% Mar 7;
4% Mar 13
25% Mar 6
Mar 9
41
Mar 24

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
38
36% Mar

24%
8%
42%
13%

22
20
6
21
1

27
73% Mar 16

Mar
6
38
43% Mar 30
5% Mar 30

27
43

Mar 10
Mar 30

1% Mar 28

4

Jan 31

22% Mar 21

3-fe Jan

5

Feb
21% Jan
1

22%
7%
.39 %
11%
34 %

4
3
3

12

Mar 3
Mar 28

38% Mar 20
4% Mar 30
31

Mar 13

a

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1

44% Mar 2
92% Mar 9
22% Mar 21

30

5%

_1

31

12

11

1%

Sale

26%

42% Mar
Mar
21% Mar
38% Mar
4% Mar

35% Mar

37'
4%

2%
Sale

Mar 30

Mar

Jan

21

13

39%
10%

8
Mar 3
Mar 24

Sale
Sale
Sale

3%

37%

15

Mar 3
Mar 1
Mar 8
Mar 16
Mar 9
1
Mar
Mar 3

9
9

Jan 17
1 % Mar 28
18 % Mar 16

91

46
40

7

Mar

34% Jan 13
1 % Jan 18

12% Jan 4
49% Jan 12
63
Mar 22
1% Mar 8

8

59

8

46

8

39%
34%

Feb

Mar 15
Mar 17
Mar 3
Mar 24
Mar

3%
19%
60%

4

14%
61%
65%
1%

47% Mar

Mar

46%

1.65

132
Mar 16
1% Mar 30
20
Mar 17

14% Mar
Sale
9%

7

45% Mar 14
9% Mar 2

a—.

unlisted trading privileges.

1

21

1
Mar 29
18% Mar 7
34% Mar 6
1.55 Mar 1

12%

Sale

2%
21%

Mar

1
2

1% Mar 28
18% Mar 16
13% Mar 9
58
Mar 14
63
Mar 22
1% Mar 8
46

_

40%
7%

~3

118

"i%

■

•

13% Jan

4% Mar 6
36% Mar 22
1% Mar 2

—

"i% ~i%

Mar 30

15% Mar
20% Mar

Sale

—

1%

Champlln Oil & Ref (Un)_l

5,749

—

—

—

Sale

300

Sale

15%
■

22%

1,457

—

—

Sale

4,415
1,820

Sale

9
9
15
16
10
22

14

10%
7%
62(4
27%
36%

13% Mar 23

13%

21%

Chadbourn Gotham Inc

24%

69 % Mar 24
44% Mar 1
30
Mar 15
26% Mar 7
23% Mar 9
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52 % Mar 1
3% Mar 7
1% Mar 1
a

5
1
1

7,906
6,244

Sale *

Sale
Sale
Sale

52%
4%
1%

5

5.50

47%

Sale

23%

11

•

Sale

_

22 %

11

California-Oregon Power—
6% pfd (non-call) (Un) 100
California Packing Corp—5
Campbell Soup Company_1.80
Canada Dry Corp (Un)_d%
Canada Southern Pet Ltd
1
Cdn Homestead Oils Ltd_10c
Canadian Pacific Ry (Un) 25
Capital Airlines (Un)
1
Carrier Corp (Un)
10
Case St Co (J I) (Un)
12%
Caterpillar Tractor
•
Celanese Corp of America
•
Cenco Instruments Corp
•

4,251
43,069'

..

10

Burlington Industries (Un).l
Burroughs Corp
8
Buttes Gas & Oil Co

Sale
44%

Baldwin-Lima-Ham (Un)_13
Baldwin Securities (Un)—le
Bait St Ohio RR (Un>
100
Baruch-Foster Corp
-.50c
Beckman Instruments
1

Rights when issued
Beech Aircraft Corp.
Bell Intercont'l Corp CUn)_l

40% Mar

39% Mar ,16

—

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a
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.

Mar 30

49% Mar
25 % Mar
58
Mar
55% Mar
6% Mar

9
56% Mar 3
50
Mar 14
4% Mar 7

Archer-Daniels

Atlantic Coast Line RR
•
Atlantic Refining Co (Un)-10

lU Mar 30
75

20% Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale

9

.16% Mar 13
60
Mar 16
122
Mar 30

71% Mar 8
44% Mar 23

58

41%

Sale
Sale

65

'

52% Mar

14% Mar 1
60
Mar 16
110% Mar 22
lA Mar 22

'

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8

8
9
20% Mar 30

Mar 27
17% Mar 13
50
Mar
1
6

Sale

Mar

7% Mar 30
14 % Mar 10

24

11% Mar 10

2% Mar
7% Mar

5% Mar 24

•

8% Feb
29% Jan

120

5
25
9
18
12
4
10
3
17
6
3

51% Feb 28
39% Mar 30

11% Mar 20
38% Mar 29

4% Mar 21

23
6

74
Mar 13
14% Mar 27
64c Mar 20
82
Jan 24

3

10% Mar 2
4% Mar 21
108% Mar 23
111 Mar 8

__

103%

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3

56 % Mar 22
19 % Mar 30

10
27
79
Mar 28
77(4 Feb
9
24% Feb
8
22% Mar 20

21% Jan

—

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3
20

50% Mar 1
39% Mar 30
•

Sale
Prlees

43% Jan 27
34% Mar 2

13
27
28
20

23% Mar 1
49% Mar 21

Sale
Saie

20%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

23% Mar 15
43% Mar 8
9% Mar 9
30% Mar 1

4%
Sale

3%
111%

1

Anthony Pools Inc

7

47% Mar 16
34 % Mar 2

■

Standard

Ampex

18% Mar

-

American MARO Lie

Sanitary (Un)
•
Amer Smelt St Ref (Un)— •
American Tel St Tel— .33%
Rights
Amer Tobacco (Un)
12.50
American Viscose (Un)
25

27%
36 %
79
76
23%
22%

71% Mar 15
73% Mar 8
21% Mar 9

Sale
Sale

Amer Radiator St

7% Mar 22
62% Mar 29

5% Mar

21%
15%

Theatres (Un)
1
Amer Can Co (Un)-<—12Mi
American Cement Corp—

7% Mar 30
14% Mar 10
10% Mar 10

10% Jan
47c Feb
73% Mar
4
Jan
5% Jan
10% Jan
7% Jan
4% Jan
52% Jan
23% Feb
31% Jan
69
Feb
71% Jan
21 % Jan
15 % Jan

1

Highest

55% Mar 21
6
15% Jan
5
55% Jan

56 % Mar 22

Mar 21
Mar 3

19% Mar 30
74
Mar 13
14% Mar 27
64c Mar 20
73% Mar 6
5 % Mar 24

Sale

52%
24%

Sole
Prices

7
Mar 22
11 % Mar
9
8
Mar 8

Sale

12%

50c

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

~4%

—

10%

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Lowest
Sale
Prlees

Highest

Mar I
Mar 15
50c Mar 13
73% Mar 6
4% Mar 7

Sale

19%

■

—

—

^

-PRICES IN MARCHLowest
March 30
Stale
Closing or
Prices
Bid
Ask

25

(On)..

1,259
16,103




Fax

Aeco Corp
Air Reduction (Un)
A J Industries
Alaska Airlines

10

21,557
2,823
38,35949,952
573,092

11,541

March 1

Opening or

a

.

ACF Wrigley Stores (Un)
Abbott Laboratories
Admiral Corp

Amer

2,700

•

.

March

Jan. 1 to March 31

11,390,830

Price Jan. 3,
1961

Stock Exchange

Shares

in

4,752,026

9,085,810

18,962,392

(Shares)-

1960

1961

Bond Sales—

1960

1961

Stock Sales—

7

9
3
Jan 10
5
Jan
4
Jan
Feb 11
5
Jan
9
Jan

33%
8%
30%
22 y8
64%
33% Jan 23
21

Jan

4% Jan
22
Jan
40

Jan

3
9

49% Mar
93
26

6

Feb 24
Mar 28

3% Jan 19
1

24%
8%
42%
13%
38%

Feb
9
Mar 22
Feb 21
Mar 6
Mar 21

Feb 28

36 % Mar 27
75
Feb 21
38 '.4 Mar 6
43 % Mar 30

5% Mar 30

5

27% Feb 15

10

43
Jan 30
1% Feb 21

1^ Mar 24

April, 1961
i|fnc*4* Sales
March

Since
Jan. 1

Pacific Coast
Stock Exchange

•hares

Shares

STOCKS

1,826

7,906

Chesapeake A Ohio (Un)_2S
Chicago Mil <St St Paul A

1,242

6,021

71

91

3,057
9,855
13,511
5,338
8,631
15,629
5,154
4,785

7,314
13,085
37,059
9,847

(Un)_*
series A pfd (Un)_100
Chicago Rock Island A
Pacific RR
(On)
•
Christiana Oil Corp

in

8,413

15,075
28,201
16,595
14,281
34,559

280

450

2,961

8,535

1,386

3,264

225

225

5,967

13,785
3,022

911

330

1,188
9,796
752

1,094
2,545
27,677

2,648
5,369
l,59o

1,371
6,401
9,598
3,900

421

561

47

PACIFIC COAST STOCK EXCHANGE
Price Jan.
1961

Opening

.

er

Bid

PM

March 1
Opening er
Bid
Ask

March 30

Closing

Chrysler

Corporation

25

Cities Service Co (Un)_10

Clary Corp

er

Commercial Solvents (Un).*
Commonwealth Edison Co J5
Comptometer Corp
1
Consol Edison of NY cUn)_*
Consolidated Foods Corp_l ft
Consol Nat Gas Co (Un)_15
Consumers Power (Un)__*
Continental Can (Un)
10
Continental Cop d» Steel
Industries
.2
Continental Insur (NY)
5
Continental Motors (Un)
1
Continental Oil Co (Un)
5
Controls Co of America
5
Corn Products Co (Un)
^10
Crane Co (Un)
25

5,587

11,510

2,328
30,852

6,063
45,404

5,299

24,070

70

620

2,591

9,636

2,282
3,229
7,582
465

9,903
7,791

America (Un)
12.50
Cudahy Packing Co (Un) 5
Curtis Publishing Co (Un)_l

20,127

Curtiss-Wriglit Corp (Un)_l

Crestmont Oil Co

1

Crown Zellerbach com
S4.20
preferred

_fl

Sale
Prices

63 ft Mar 20

15 % Mar 29
■—

—

23%

45 %

9

Sale

12

Sale
Sale
9%

37 ft
51%

Sale

36

23%

_—

39%
24 ft

—.

—.

37%
25 ft

Sale
Sale

Sale

—

::

Mar 22

33

—

24% Mar 14

Sale

77% Mar 27
18 ft Mar 28

78%
40%

—

Sale

72% Mar 7
40% Mar 30

—

—

—

.

77%

—

—

„

23% Mar 13
4% Mar 7
41% Mar 14
50 ft Mar 28
lift Mar 1
9% Mar 2
18% Mar 21
37 ft Mar 8
23% Mar 9

—.

Sale

25%

Sale

68

Sale
Sale

—

iriTT

—

68%

.

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

51%
14 ft
13%

Sale

9ft
Sale
Sale
Sale

14%

Sale

6%
44 %

Sale
—

38%

Sale

*59ft

Sale

38

-Sale

Sale

8%

64ft Mar 27
17 ft Mar
a—

a—

—

~4% ~4%

1

Cohu Electronics Inc
—1
Colorado Fuel A Iron
•
Columbia Broadcast 8ya.2%
Columbia Qas System (Un>.*
Columbia River Packers
Ass'n Inc (Un)
5

Highest

Lowest
Sale
Prices

Bid

Pac Co common

5%

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Prices '
Prices

-PRICES IN MARCH-

3,

55% Mar 16
64% Mar 20
37 % Mar 16

8% Mar

67% Jan 18

14 % Jan

18% Feb 27

21
Jan
4
4% Feb 13
37 ft Jan
3
50% Jan
6
8% Jan 20
7% Jan 5
14% Jan
3
35% Jan
4
23% Jan
3

24ft
6ft
45 ft
54%
15 %

Mar 2
Mar 24
Mar 6
Feb
9
Mar 21
14
Mar 30
20ft Mar 3
40 ft Feb 20
25 ft Mar-30

30

Jan 31
9
Jan
3
Mar 28
Jan 25
Jan 13
Jan
9
Jan 24
4
Jan

Mar 22
Mar 21
79% Mar 23
20 Ya Mar 15
78% Mar 30
43% Feb
7
56 % Feb 17
66ft Feb 17
40% Jan 24

6
—

24 ft Mar
6ft Mar
45 ft Mar
53 % Mar
15 % Mar
Mar
14
20ft Mar
39% Mar
25 ft Mar

60% Jan 24

2
24
6

16
21
30
3
1

30

Mar 22
Mar 21
79% Mar 23
20 % Mar 15
78% Mar 30
41% Mar 8
55% Mar 16
66 ft Mar 27
38"% Mar 30

33
28

a

21% Jan
68 %
18 ft
66%
40 ft

51%
63
35

33
28

—

—

~

Sale
Sale

88

50%

~4%

Sale

53

87 ft
__

Sale
....

Sale

7ft

5%

5

Sale

9% Mar 10
60% Mar 21
10 ft Mar 27

8% Mar 1
55% Jan 18
7% Jan
4

9% Mar 10
60% Feb 15
10ft Mar 27

56% Jan 20
26% Jan 19
76% Jan 12

58

Feb

8

8

47
Jan 10
4ft Jan 17

33%
91ft
54
8%

Mar

50% Mar 1
4% Mar 13

Mar 20
58
33 % Mar 8
91ft Mar 2
Mar 9
54
8% Mar 22

57% Mar 15
91 ft Mar 17

90% Jan

21% Mar 14

;

_

56
10

91ft Mar 17

—

—

23% Mar

1
Mar 9
Mar
7
57
Mar
7
32 % Mar 14
Mar 27
85

56

—•

'

__

Mar 24

53

Jan

3
6

Mar 2
Mar 9
Mar 22

57% Mar 15
92% Feb
3

Crucible Steel Co of

3,026

Class "A" (Un)
Cutter Laboratories
Class A common
Class B common

5,817

1,165

~9%

~

—

11% Mar 27
8% Mar 7
18% Mar 10
34% Mar 15

3
12% Mar 1
10% Mar 17
21 ft Mar 16
34% Mar 15

18% Jan
4
9% Jan
3
6
8% Jan
15% Jan 4
34% Mar 15

12% Mar 23
12
Mar 7
2.20 Mar 20

15
Mar 14
14
Mar 15
2.60 Mar 2

9% Jan
3
9
Jan
5
1.75 Jan 25

15
14

2.40

14
2.60

37%

Sale

34

37% Mar 28
58% Mar 22
19% Mar 22

32% Jan 26

38

'

12%
9%
19 ft

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

10%

Sale
—

—

1
1
1

9%
8%

Sale
9%

12%
11%

Cypress Abbey Co

...2

1.60

1.80

2.60

Decca Records Inc
Deere dt Co (Un)

5Qc

37%

Sale

10,435

12,038

22,816

1,267

3,620

3,145

8,421

3,260

7,127

Desilu

8,284
4,710

13,379
13,959
171,062
4,931

13ft

14%
13%

Sale

10
Denver dr Rio West RR Co.*

21,430

1,362

39,744
1,693

105

531

17,995
13,786
3,329
6,489
3,455
1,912

38,216

5,207
3,000

23,309
3,737
758

5,310
8,369

44,373
11,627
11,900
9,981
5,101
13,661
3,400
61,210
6,444
2,164
13,431
10,952

Productions Inc
1
DiGiorgio Fruit Corp
2.50
Disney (Walt) Prod—.—2.50
Dole Corporation
7.50
Dome Mines Ltd (Un)
•

Domlnguez oil Fields (Un)-*
Dorr-Oliver Corp com
7%
Preferred
32ft
Douglas Aircraft
•
Douglas Oil Co of Calif
1
Dow Chemical Co
5
Dresser Industries
50c
du Pont de Nemours (Un)_5
Eastern Air Lines (Un)
1
Eastman Kodak Co. (Un)
1
Elder Mines A Devel Ltd
1
El Paso Natural Gas
3

—

12 ft
3
—

10%

10%

14%

16%

17%
Sale
Sale

17%
39'A
24

Sale
11
34
Sale
Sale

36

27

18%

28%
10%
33
28

9%

13%
35%

Sale
17%
Sale
Sale
Sale
13%
36%

10%

Sale

24ft

Sale

13 ft
18%

14
Sale

40%

27%

Sale
Sale

26

Sale

14%
37ft
34%
10%

15%
38 ft
Sale
Sale

.

Electric Auto-Lite (Un)_0
Electric Bond A Sh (Un)
5
Electrical Products Corp
4

Electronics Specialty

50c

Mar

2

54% Mar 8
18% Mar 17

—

—

—

—

12% Mar 1
17 ft Mar 15
38

23%
20 %
24 ft
12 y8

Mar
Mar

3
1
Mar 9
Mar 22
Mar 9

a—

32

Mar~14

10% Mar 1
74% Mar 29
23% Mar 7
210

—

108

%
—•

Sale
1%

Sale

1%
28%
50%

rir-

«■«»

'

— —

_

17%
r

--

_

1A
Sale
Sale

——

18

23
17 ft

—

Sale
Sale

34

35

—

~i% ~i%
27%
61ft

Sale
Sale

29%
23 ft

Sale

—

Sale
—

Mar 21

26ft
111%
1%
27%
50%
29%

Mar 14
Mar
1
Mar 21

Mar 15
Mar
1
Mar 20
Mar 1
23
16% Mar 1

Mar
6
20% Mar 17
41% Mar 20
29
Mar 20

15

21% Mar 24
36

Mar

1

15% Mar 27
a—

Mar
38
10% Mar
77 % Mar

27
211
28

Mar

119%
1%
28%
61ft

Mar
Mar

Mar
Mar

2
8
8
22
7
8
6
23

Mar 1
Mar 30
29% Mar 9
24ft Mar 16
20 ft Mar 27

Emerson Radio A

6,275
6,897
1,998

12,920
18,652
4,936

50

2,587

3,130

48,155

Exeter Oil Co Ltd

3,769
54,591

7,906
92,665

Factor (Max) & Co cl A_1
Fairbanks Whitney
1
Fairchlld Camera A Instru¬

5,056
7,815

12,277
17,635

200

737

ment Corp
(
1
Fairchlld Eng ds Air (Un)_l
Fansteel Metallurgical (Un) 0

6,063

2,197

38,757
2,387
3,826

873

2,820

2,402

9,521

2,385
14,386
22,316
4,341

4,651
55,356
82,021

871

8,183
12,114

7,885
14,852
29,904

593

714

3,584
20,166
14,653

11,343
47,609

98,339

268,772
17,116

325

5,667

12,141

32,945

3,774
2,206

4,762
12,959
13,126
28,740
145,073
98,146
8,598
3,003
136,816
11,312
7,296

56,766

130,513

2,544
7,540

5,255
10,515
46,567
37,067
2,828
1,400
50,505

6,338
2,314
1,110
3,535

2,528
787

14,313
6,037
1,928
11,971

5,585
1,764

Phonograph (Un)
Emporium Cap well
Erie-Lack RR (Un)
Eureka Corp Ltd

1.25

"A"

Oils Ltd
Fawick Corp
Fedders Corp (Un)

1

14%
34%

Sale

"a ~~%
—

36c

~A

41

3*2

A

Sale
Sale

"%

50C

56c

44c

Sale

H%

Sale

10

Sale

.

—

—

—

"

1

Food Fair Stores Inc
1
Food Machinery de Chem.10
Ford Motor Co
—6
Foremost Dairies Inc
2
Friden
Inc
33%c
Fruehauf Trailer Co
—. 1

Sale

6

27%

~31i

Mar
Mar

—

32

—

—

32%

33

33%

28%
.._

Sale

35

■

29

32%

Sale

—

Sale
Sale
—

32%

Sale

41

Sale

32 ft

Sale

...

10

Sale

14%

Sale

18%

Sale

59 ft

Sale
Sale

66

Sale
Sale

70ft
79%
13 ft

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

53c

Mar 29

Mar 21

33

6% Mar 22

13% Mar 30

10
9

170

Mar 16

10% Mar 20

Jan 26

7% Jan 10
131% Jan
6% Jan

12
6

40% Mar 28

15

Mar 13
Mar 6

14% Mar

1

Mar 13
Mar 30

Mar 10

69% Mar 20
26
Mar 17
19% Mar 30

28

Jan

5

Mar

6

20% Mar 17
41% Mar 20
29
Mar 20
26% Jan 11
37
Feb 28
15% Mar 27
35ft Feb 15
38% Feb 27
10% Feb
8
77% Mar 8
27
Mar 22
211% Feb 21
30 % Feb
8
119% Mar 6
1% Mar 23
30% Jan 23
61ft Mar 30
29% Feb 21
24 ft Mar 16
20 ft Mar 27
15 % Mar 8
42
Mar 29

6% Mar 22
3*2 Jan 12
64c

Jan 17

56

Mar 21

13% Mar 30
170
10%
50
4%
7%

Mar
Mar
Feb
Jan
Mar
23% Mar

27

1
9

50
3
6

Jan
5
58 ft Feb
3
20% Feb 16

36% Jan 24

34
41
34

Mar
Mar

63%

Sale
Sale
Sale

75%
14ft
59 ft
22%

39%

Sale

73

Sale
Sale

24%
19%
42%
65%
11%

12%
41

19%

Sale
Sale
Sale

8%

76%
__

__

Sale
sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

63%

——

52%
23%

Sale
Sale

41%

Sale
Sale
Sale

65
15

66

74%
13%
56 ft
21%

Mar
Mar

52% Mar 30
23% Mar 29
18% Mar 8
Mar 21
40
65

Mar 23

11% Mar
76% Mar
Mar
Mar
44
6% Mar
28% Mar

1
1
27
15
3
14

7

33

__

Sale

27%

Sale

29%

Sale

27% Mar

54ft

Sale

Sale

63

__

61ft

80
10

__

Sale

64%
63

__

15%
„

Sale

16%

Sale

__

See page 50 for all other footnotes.

Sale

1

1

Mar 22
Mar 1
Mar 10

26%

privileges.

11"% Jan 31
34

Mar 15
Mar 17

38
32
34%
31 ft
66 %
19 ft

3ft

(Un)

13% Jan 30

Mar 14
Mar 15
3.00 Feb 27

16
20
6
20
24
29

33 % Mar 22
33% Mar 22

64% Jan 25

Mar 28
Mar 13
Mar 30
Mar 10
Mar 20

17
10

Mar 30

Jan 13
28% Jan
4
28% Jan 20

Jan
Jan

4
3

Mar 13L

a—

5
5

4
1
5

4
13
3
1% Feb
27 ft Feb
6
4
44% Jan
25% Jan
4
18
Jan
4

Feb

28% Jan 11

General Tire A Rubber
Co (Un)
83ftc

Getty Oil Co
Gillette Co
Glmbel Brothers

23% Jan

105

33 % Mar 22
33% Mar 22

Sale

(Un)

3
3
20% Mar 9
24ft Mar 22
12% Mar 9
34% Jan 27
28
Jan
3
9% Jan 11
71ft Jan 19
23
Jan
4
186% Jan
4

6
9

46

Co

27
Jan
17 ft Jan

32
Mar
30 ft Mar

Sale

Corp

15% Jan 10

Feb
6
Jan
4
Jan
3
17% Jan 26

44%

Products

18
Jan
11% Jan 18

3% Mar 1
7% Mar 23
23% Mar 29

Sale

Georgia-Pac

11
10

3ft Mar 7
7% Mar 23
20 ft Mar 8

41%

Electronics Corp (Un)

Jan

Jan 11
5% Jan
5
3*2 Jan 12
32c Jan
6

a__

Sale

2

General Controls Co
Gemral Dynamics Corp
1
Gen Electric Co (Un)
8
Genl Explor Co of Calif
1
General Foods Corp (Un)_*
General Mills Inc
3
General Motors Corp
5
Genl Public Serv (Un)
10c
General Public Utll (Un)
5
General Telephone A

8

6

""

26%

Flying Tiger Line Inc

156

Mar

54

56

40% Mar
9% Mar

■eee

15 % Mar 8
42
Mar 29
a__

50c

•

Firestone Tire A Rubber Co
Common
•
Firstamerica Corp
2
First Charter Financial
•
Flintkote Co (The)
(Un)
5
Florida Power dt Light
•
Fluor Corp Ltd
_2.50

13 % Mar 17
34
Mar 7
5% Mar 9

45c

—

—

2
1

Garrett Corp
Gen Amer oil Co of Tex

'

~9%

34c

._1

Federal-Mogul-Bower
Bearings
Fibre Board Paper Prod

'Un) Admitted to unlisted trading




6
10
•

Fargo

Gerber

3
12% Mar 1
10% Jan 19
21 ft Mar 16
34% Mar 15

Inc—

4,613
1,645
1,657

71,764
1,199

23% Mar

Mar 13

60
Mar
80 ft Mar

2
3
8

16% Mar
110% Mar 14
61% Mar 8

75% Mar 21
80 % Mar 22
15
Mar 10
65
Mar 7
24% Mar 17

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

21
22
10
7
17

55
Mar 16
25 ft Mar 9
22% Mar 20
43 ft Mar 2
69'A Mar 7
15% Mar 23

50 ft Feb 21
21
Jan
4
17% Feb
7
39% Jan
3
61 % Feb 10
8% Jan
3

82% Mar 21

69% Jan 10

34%
47%
6%
29ft

Mar 10
Mar 22
Mar 7
Mar 6

40% Jan
3
5% Jan
9
28 ft Jan 18

26% Feb
9
22% Mar 20
45 ft Feb
2
73% Jan
4
15% Mar 23
82% Mar 21
36% Feb 23
47% Mar 22
6% Feb 10
31% Feb
9

29% Mar 10

26% Jan 19

30

66% Mar

3
64% Mar 21

54

Jan
4
54% Jan 18

67% Feb 28

83

74

85 ft Feb

Mar

9

18% Mar 21
113% Mar 6
68 ft Mar 29

33

Mar 27

55

Mar 16

Feb

2

64% Mar 21

Jan

30

15% Jan
97% Feb

4
7

18% Mar 21
113% Mar 6

Jan 17

68 ft Mar 29

54

9

—£

PACIFIC COAST STOCK EXCHANGE

48
Pacific Coast
Stock Exchange

Aggregate Sales
in
March

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

4,337

4,161

12,217
15,269

7,856

13,809

746,304
4,622
12,405
6,951
3,003
1,976

22,580
4,080

11,571

23

91

4,690

Ask

Ask

Bid

Corp

1

2.10

Sale

2.10

2.20

S

16%

Sale

18%

Sale

2.05
20 %

J.

15

Sale

14

Sale

15%

12,630

Sale

~2%
70c

80c

Sale

38%
50%

Sale
Sale

44

Sale
2

2.45.

Sale

37%

Sale
Sale

'

17a

Sale

5%

Sale

61%

217s

Sale
Sale
4374

42%
5% 7 6

740

2,340

27,296

59,552

624

1,199

2,620
1,396
1,102
15,578
3,712

1,497

424
57

1,800

10^114

Class

1,145
5,446
100
30.410

4,062
3,154

768,345

8,683
759

160
774

7,419
4,697
349,989

2,001
170,535
6.939

11,724
15,895

35,181

20% Mar 20
36% Mar 29

38% Mar

20% Mar 20
7

18% Jan
327a Jan

207s Jan 17
387a Mar 7

31% Mar 22

31

9%
89%
63 %
36%
36%

14

Sale

36%

Sale

8%
89%

8%
Sale

13%

14%
Sale

SL05

6,360

6,144

13,841

Kaiser Alum & Chem
Common

Sale

10%

Sale

10%

Sale

Sale

2.05

Sale

2.30

Sale

1.90

Kansas Pow & Lt Co(Un) 8%
Kennecott Copper (Un)
•
Kern County Land Co
2.50
Kratter Corp class A com—1
$1.20 conv preferred——1
Kropp Forge Co
33VaC

16,791

2,554

37
244

148

T aclede

542

Larchfield

2,109

2,948

38,177
4,306

3,089
12,082

6,372
30,519

70,898
1,560
2,328
6,543

156,503
5,693
6,716

326,216
1,433

460,719

400
48.790
783

1.274

M J M &

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13,446
6,855

143

883

5,769
6,220
28,650

1,735
2,720

18,892

442
653

226
501

14.594
2,637
2,096
52,780
3,033

6,186
1,514
458

21,130
1,335
3,624

5,621
1,116

270

9,905
1,276
2,570

1,613
745

5,815
471

,

15,580
1,765
4,113
3,449
2,472

15,518
2,125

McKesson & Robbins <Un)_9
Meier & Frank Co Inc.—10

Menasco Manufacturing Co_l
Merchants Petroleum Co.:—1
Merck & Co (Un)
16%

Merritt-Chapman &
Scott (Un)
!

s

River

(Un)—5
Fuel Corp
10

Sale

48c

Sale

48c
47

Sale

42c

Monogram

Precision Indtu_l

Monolith Portland CementCommon (Un)
•
8%
preferred (Un)
10
Monsanto Chemical (Un)—2

Montana-Dakota Utll (Un)_5
Montana Power Co
•
Montgomery Ward (Un)
•
Montrose Chemical Co
1
Motorola Inc (Un)
3
Mt Diablo Co
1

Sale

22 %

Sale

46

Sale

55%

~7% "7%

~8%

Sale

1.50

1.25

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

7%
1.70

1.45

67%

17%

Sale

11%

Sale

%

Sale

86 %
61%
18%

Sale
19

.67%
20%

Sale
Sale

18%

Sale
19%

191/4
19

19%

20%

20%

187a

1147a

447a

Sale

—

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123

Sale

.

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—

30c

Sale
—

—

33 7a
7

77a
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23,6

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..

407a

337a

Sale

497a
'

"mm

"3 7a ~37a

1.30 Mar
88
Mar

8

88% Mar

Sale

527* Mar 1
31% Mar 22

337a Mar 10

'

—

■

——

2774 Mar 2
377a Mar 17

•

--

Sale

4

Mar

Mar 23
Mar 15
Mar 23
377a Mar 28

12
46

Sale
Sale

463/4
V!
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Sale

137a
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4

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.

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2
13y4 Mar 24
7974 Mar 1

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V

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327s Mar

Sale

—

797a

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317a Mar 15
127a Mar 23
85
Mar 29
37a Mar 10

Sale
1374

32%
123/4

363/s
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3

27

27
12

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34%
127s

1.10

797,

117a Mar 16

43/4

15
Sale

478

1

2

Sale

:/

—

1
7
Mar 29
2.20 Mar 16

32%

43,6

2

37%
147a

157a Mar

147a Mar 14
5
Mar 9
1

672

42 7s Mar 28

10% Mar

■

Sale
11 y4

Mar 15
37% Mar 17

2
7
Mar 3
2% Mar 21

Sale

—

2874
1074

2

417a Mar

60

—

80

Mar 28

Jan
Jan

68% Mar

6

20% Mar 24
20% Mar 17
2
2% Feb

Jan
Jan

A

Feb 10
Jan 20
4
Jan
Feb
7
Jan 1-7
Jan 2"
Jan
4
Mar 1"
Mar 14
3
Jan
Jan 10
Jan 26

9% Jan

Mar 22

5

Jan
6
Mar 15

497a Mar 1
37% Mar 21

44

Jan

88

4

33% Jan
-

Mar

Mar 17

27% Feb 28
507a Mar 10
50c
49

-

•

32
28

9
3
5
3
3

Jan
Jan
10% Jan
78
Jan 23
4
37a Jan

Mar 17

Feb 21
70
Mar 22
377a Mar 6
41% Mar 2
7
Feb 20

0

3
Jan
427a Mar
157a Mar
7
Mar
2.20 Mar

1
29
16

88% Mar

1

18
28

1274 Jan 20
60

27
12

1
2
7

127% Mar 9
457a Mar 21
27% Mar 2!)

35

2774 Mar 15
1274 Mar 20

Mar 30

14% Mar 22
9174 Mar 2
167a Mar 22

Jan

42

'

347a Mar
13 y2
Mar

73

31% Jan

30% Mar 28
39% Mar 1
5y2 Mar 22 7

——

774 Feb 13
Mar 27
287a Mar 20
25

3
12

3
3
38
Jan 24
247a Jan 11
34 5/6 Jan 13
3
3% Jan

—

27
12

15
Sale

33% Mar 29
6% Mar 7

4674
46%
2974
32%

70
Mar 22
37% Mar 6

__

39%
4

27

7

Mar 28

33

25c

L

_____

Sale

—

~37a "sale

a

11

—

17
29
24
27
16
21
3
30

46% Mar 14
12% Mar 9
Feb 10
44
87% Mar 6

3
Jan 2 '
3
Jan
Jan 26
16
Jan
3
23% Jan 17
40% Jan 16

Mar 17

/■: 50c

15%
Sale

Sale

52 74

Sale
Sale

___

1574
674
1.80

—

—

.

——

Sale
53/a
Sale
Sale

1.30
88 3/8

—-

Mar .1

59% Mar
Sale
34

347a

487a
10%
817a
8%
877a
26%

50% Mar 10

6

a

.

27

Mar 30

73

'

—

-

15%
57s

1574
Sale
1.20
Sale

46% Mar

Sale

Mar 27

25

347a Mar 8
223/4 Mar 3
233,6 Mar 27

—

40c

Sale

117

1247a
Sala

48%

12

4

7% Mar 15
17% Jan 13

1277a Mar 9
453/s Mar 29
273/4 Mar 29
25% Mar 21

-

■

12 Va

7% Mar 15

Mar 14

— — ■

'

___

8%
2.00
73
69%
17%

22
17

7

a

14% Mar 22
9174 Mar 2
16% Mar 22

__

42

17
13

11% Mar 1
91% Mar 2
1374 Mar 17

"

317a

6

Sale

353/4r Sale
417a 44
8
67a
Sale
2 3/8

Sale

1.10
83

6
24

14

.

23

Jan
3
43% Feb 15
77% Jan
5
50% Jan 10
18% Jan 10
18 y8 Jan 13
2% Feb 17

9

Sale

32c

6%

1474
47a

1
3

Jan

60

5

38
9

14

Jan
Jan

32%

Mar
Feb
Mar
Mar
Feb
Feb
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

■

—

27,

9

68
35

61
14

28% Mar 20

46%

'.

36*

46% Mar
12% Mar
i— 7
87% Mar
68% Mar
20% Mar
20% Mar
2% Mar

Mar 8
Mar 10

347a

.

574

Mar 21
73
69% Mar 3
17% Mar 30

7
2% Mar 10

•

3~0~

2 00 Mar 16

28
62

113

Sale

27c

29
1

Sale
Sale

—

•■>-»

Mar

17
29

287a
727a
—

—

—

8%

2.50 Mar 22

55% Jan 24
30% Feb 27
40
Mar 21
57c Mar 1
47% Feb 16
24% Feb
6
52% Feb 24

5
59% Jan
4
31% Jan
5
21% Jan
45
5
Jan
20% Jan 11
7% Jan 17
1.20 Jan 10
58% Feb 14

22
1

11%

Sale
Sale
Sale

16

Mar
Mar
32% Mar
Mar
60
21% Mar

65

.:ii> ;

87%

68
35

Mar 17

10% Feb 15

13

1.60 Feb

Mar" 17

50%

23

55% Jan 24
4
26% Jan
6
33% Jan
9
38c Feb
5
41% Jan
23% Jan 2a
4
43% Jan

'___
:
30% Mar 13
40
Mar 21
57c Mar 1
47
Mar 1

Sale

-i- i-.

43
15

Feb 14
65% Jan
3
15% Jan 24
8
Jan 26

8

24

•

30
22
21
22 % Mar 23
2.20 Feb 17
Mar 27
11

53% Jan 16
13
Feb 14
84% Mar 8

Sale

Sale

27%

~2

28
17
2

42% Mar 27

60

Sale
Sale
Sale

107a
817a

—'~

18

19

Mar
Mar
Feb
Mar
Mar
Mar

6
27

23

77a Mar 15
197a Mar 1

19%

Sale

27
53

19
Mar
19 % Mar

■■■

7

—

—

—

—

Mar
61% Mar

Jan

Jan

42%

2.50 Mar 22

Mar 13
Mar 8
Mar 21
Mar 28
Mar 1
Mar 16
Mar 15
Mar 13

83

62

10% Mar 13

V

a__

34
14
95%
67%

Mar 15

7% Jan 18
87% Feb 21

Mar 17

23

42% Mar 2
11 % Mar 24

Sale

11

Sale

66%
14%

Sale

45

Sale,.

Sale

40
9

32%
27%
53%
21%
7%

3

36% Mar 17
9
30% Jan
6% Jan 17
3
16% Jan
1.90 Jan
3
11
Mar 27

84% Mar

Mar 16
Mar 17

65

Sale
Sale
Sale

60

Sale
Sale

14%

...

Sale

33%
31%

3

13

Mar 3
Mar 15
Mar 1

66%

Sale

35
29

Nafl Corporation.
National Airlines Inc

--1
National Biscuit Co (Un)_10
Nat'l Cash Register.._5
National City Lines Inc
1
Nat'l Distillers & Chemical
Corp (Un)
5
National Gypsum fn (Un)_l

45%

Mar~21

47% Mar

Mission Develop Co
Miss

a—

1

39
40c
47

28
17
8
30
22
21

Jan

Mar~15

2.15
11

78% Mar 3
19 % Mar 15
9% Mar 21

29%

12%

Me tro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Inc (Un)
_____—•
Middle South Utilities
10
Minn Pwr & Lt Co (Un)—*

Mar 22
Feb
2

397a Feb 17
30% Mar 28
39% Mar 1

5% Mar 22
27% Feb 24
1274
507a
37%
34
34%
13%
88

Feb
6
Feb 24
Mar
Feb
Feb
Feb
Mar

21

15
28
23
7

47a Jan 18

11% Jan 12

41% Mar 17
157s Mar 15

4

827s Mar 20

41% Mar 17
157a Mar 15

27

82% Mar 20

72

83

70% Jan 21
9
20% Jan

Mar

8

25% Mar

3

25% Jan
5572 Jan

61

Mar

8

3

247* Mar

7

25% Mar

277a Mar

8
7

297a Mar 22
603/4 Mar 21

Jan 31
Jan

83

—

297a

Sale

28%

:

(Un) Admitted to unlisted trading




•

McBryde Sugar Co (Un)—5
McCulloch Oil Corp
50c

'

6,526
1,954

(RH)

Magnavox Co (Un)
1
rMartin (The) Co new com 1
Matson Navlgat n Co (Un>.•

6,458

4,980
47,490

-_1
4
8

M Oil Co (Un)_10c

Macy & Co Inc

5,829
12,910
66.593
4,149

3,109

v,

Loew's Theatres
Lone Star Cement (Un )
Lorillard (P) Co (Un)

172,220
2,909

3,477

1
10

Libby McNeill & Libby—7
Liggett & Myers Tob(Un)_25
Lithium Corp of America—1
Litton Industries Inc
1
! ookheed
Aircraft Corp
,1

3,125
8,583
37,183
4,227
1,335

1,718

4

1
50c

Corp__

LehmanSCorp (Un)
Leslie Salt Co

21,674

3,806
18,146

Gas Co (Un)

Lear Inc

26,604
5,195
6,286

23,152
1,284

33%
4

64

42%
43
15
22 %

*42% Mar27

1.95 Mar

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

95%

a

Corp

Kaiser Industries

633
1,609

16,763
1.750

~

13

9%

Jones &

16,063
22,352
•_

II

14
Sale

9

linex Oil Co
-33VsC
Jade Oil Co
'
50c
Jonns-Manville Corp (Un)_5

49,627
1,376

6,248

14

2.05
10%

Lghlin Steel (Un)_10
Jorgensen (Earle M)
—1

457
6,603
8,691

10%
9%

2.10
11 y4
10%

Sale

Co

3,747
8,570
16,203

17,589

Sale
10%
10

Mar 15
Mar 3
Mar
1
Mar 16
Mar 17
Mar 1
Mar 15
12
19% Mar 22
2.05 Mar 1
Mar 27
11

Sale

10
66%

10c

1,350
2,385

Mar 10
Feb 21
22 74 Feb 21

34% Jan 20

Sale
8
8

7%

52.048

a

.

31% Mar 7

1.90

^

1,750

.

9

337a Mar 24

16%
7%

23,635

423

a—

31% Mar 7

36%

•

32,172
1,909
4,332

12,915

a—

Feb 23

Sale

Tnterlake Iron

6,758
39,018

3,315

Steel

46

20

42%

(Un)
•
Corp (Un)—•
Internat'l Harvester (Un)—•
International Nickel Co of
Can Ltd (Un)
•
Int'l Paper Co (Un)
2.50
Int'l Rectifier Corp
1
Int'l Tel <& Tel (Un)
•
Interstate Power Co
3%

Inland

Mar 10

3% Mar 23

21% Mar 28

37%

(Un)__*

Imperial Western

3,524
1,776
17,918

845
443

-

Tdaho Power Co
Ideal Cement Co
Illinois Central RR

31% Jan 24

17a

9

77»

7%

Maryl'd Mines (Un.). 1
.
10
15

Idaho

51

47

Mar 9
Mar 30
Mar 7
Mar 1

31

1

' 111 "

Jan 25

374 Mar 23
50 % Mar 24

6074 Mar 21

2174 Mar

,

Homestake Mln'g (IJn)_12%
Horokaa Sugar Co (Un)—20
Honolulu Oil Corp
10
Howe Sound Co (Un)
1
Hupp Cerp (Un)
1

6,497

398,686

IB

39
61%
2%
44

65c

Sale/

Sale
Sale

18%
33

8%

Holly Oil Co (Un)
Home Oil Co Ltd class A

2 74 Feb 13
2.85 Mar 30

Jan 11
Feb 14
3
Jan
5
Jan
5
Jan
Jan 18
Jan 25

517a
34%
3674
1%
36

46

167a Mar 9
407a Mar lo

Jan 11
5
17s Jan

37

2.85 Mar 30
6074 Mar 21
39
Mar 9
617a Mar 30
2% Mar 7
44
Mar 1

1
17

7

20% Mar 17

327a

...

•

.

(Un)

10
1
15
28

2.20 Feb

2.00 Mar 28
4
6
13% Feb

16% Jan

16% Mar 9
407a Mar 10
274 Mar 1

1

a__

Ohio RR

Hammond Organ Co (Un)—1
Hartfield Stores
1
Hercules Powder (Un)
2%
Hertz Corp (Un)
1
Hewlett-Packard Co
_1
Hilton Hotels Corp
2.50
Warrants
Hoffman Electronics
50c

2,632
21,239
20,406

6,468
4,630

&

Gulf Oil Corp

6,037
3,022
2,737
15,578
9,299

1,615

,

Gulf Mobile
Co (Un)

1

(Un)

Engineering

6,862

Sale
Prices

2174

Grumman Aircraft

3,026

Highest

Sale
Prices

2.15 Mar 21
20% Mar 17

2

407a Mar 14
2
Mar 2
47% Mar 10
37% Mar 1

'

.

27a
49%

Sale
6%
Sale

37%

5%

31%
5%
20

2 7a Mar
78c Mar
54% Mar
36% Mar
50% Mar
2
Mar

■

-

Sale
Sale

"1% ~2

3

.

Sale

34%

Great Northern Ry (Un)
•
Great Western Financial
1
Gt Western Producers
60c

Corp

18% Mar
14
Mar

Lowest

Sale
Prices

407a Mar 10

Goodyear Tire & Rubber
•
Grace (W R) & Co (Un)—1
Graham-Paige Corp (Un) J.
Granite City Steel (Un)_6%
Great Lakes Chemical
1

Greyhound

Highest

2.00 Mar 28

2.10
Sale

Glidden' Co (Un)
10
Goebel Brewing Co_.
1
Good Humor Co of Calif_10c
Goodrich (B P) (Un)
10

12.409

5,323

Bid

Par

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

-PRICES IN MARCHLowest
March 30
Sale
Closing or
Prices
Ask
Bid

Glac'ding McBean & Co
Glen Alden Corp

Gladden Products

25,032

'

Opening or

Opening or

STOCKS

2,272
1,452
958,904
10,941
22,155
18,365
15,315
4,048

714
720

March 1

1961

—

—

—

—

privilege*. See page 60 for

all other footnote*.

Sale

597a Mar

13
5

30% Feb 2"
Feb

10

Aggregate Sales
March

Since
Jan. 1

Pacific Coast
Stock Exchange

Shares

Shares

STOCKS

11,544
31,004
2,036

32,650

3,213

8,733

in

74,532
4,117

150

150

1,100
4,416

1,645
11,807
11,083

•*

3,420
1,843,803 2,968,963
21,497
14,500
11,652
5,917
38,665
19,785
933
3,073
607
120
465
130

604
280

2,622

6,161

11,387

32,830

144,416

292,883

724

2,866
4,840

1,526
7,327

14,723

150

450

4,075

8,358

707

2,058

413

428

6,723
2,565

22,947
5,904

8,793
14,635
11,951

15,970

2,440
1,178
3,779
1,858
445
745
767

45,068
10,882

National

Theatres

Price Jan. 3,
1961

Natomas Company
Natus Corp

Norris Oil Co
1
Norris-Thermador Corp
50c
North Amer Aviation (Un)_l
North Amer Invest com
1
6%
preferred
25
5%%
preferred
25
North Amer Royalties
1
Northern Pacific (On)
5

45

1.130
11,235

15 795

7,688

20,442

100

540

16,556

59,109

5,850

1

15

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

42 c

Sale
33

1.40
18
52 y4

26

30%
26 y4

24

26

29%
.

I—-

Sale
Sale

36%

50

Sale

4%
35%

Corp 1

—

—

26%

'

26

'

Sale

55%

Sale

13%

Sale

Pacific Amer Fisheries
Pac Cement & Aggregates

14%
14%

15%

16%

Sale
39 %

17
42

17
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

81%
31%
28 Ya

38 '4

74%
30%
27%
25

25%
25%
23%
22%
21%
6%
53

27%
25%
25%
Sale
24%

22%
22
Sale

Sale
93

4

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

25%
25%
25%
24%

25%
25%
25%

25%

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25%
24%

Sale
24%

25% Mar
24% Mar

23
22

23%
22%

22%

24

22%

7%
57 Ya

Sale
Sale

.22
10%

Mar
23
22 % Mar
Mar
7
55% Mar

25

95% 97
143 % 147%
92% Sale
88% 90%
89% 91%

31

Sale

38%

57%

61

204

13,204

7,539
14,279

20,060
29,448

5,324
5,756

12,052

16,472

6,650
2,461

16,376

69,757
6,623
2,826

112,007
20,402

12,422
1,336

31,371
3,560

300

360
14,583
5,088
308

7,068

Co (Un).
_1
Pennsylvania RR Co (Un>_50

5,192

2,233
308

3,027

1,662
7,875

200

460

107

33%c

Pepsi Cola Co <U»>
Hottlers

42%

(Un>

Dodge

12%
3
5

lUn)
Phillip Morris St Co (Un)
Phiico Corporation

Philippine Long Distance
Telephone Co
p 10
Phillips Petroleum
8
Procter St Gamble Co (Un »_•
iiCommon when issued--—
Pueret Sound Pulp und
Timber Co
3
°"11man Inc (Un)
*
—

Puna Sugar Co <Un>
..20
Pure Oil Co (Un- 5

16,994

Radio Corp of

62,432

Mfg f'o
5
Raytheon Co (Un)
5
Republic Aviation
Un >
1
Republic Cnrp <U:n.__ 50c
Repilh Steel Corp < Ull
10
Reserve OH St Gas Co
1
Revlon Inc
1
'exoli Drug St Chem
2.80
Reynolds Metals (Un)
—•
nnldv Tob.ieco (Un)
5

4,383
53.291
5.077
130.727
5.284
3.631

6,731
23,194
20.700

3,930
1,812

82,194
16,074
111,968
10.445
138.601
17.863

7,902
15,653
34,289

7%

45,930
13,490

6,128
22.945
8,963

3,533
53,613
19,712
35,517
24,328

15,166

40,593

27,339

6%
47%

Sale

Safcwav Stores
8t Joseph Lead

Inc

21 y4

Sale

36

10%
54%
13%

5%

450

850

7,822

21,231
2,642
3,419
51,907

489

1,155

33,476
6,747
5,998

20,792

698
619

17,398
1,642
1,556

1,657
2,751
8,979
36,604

43,521
3,262
16,534
95,536

78

56%

Sale

Sale

22%

Sale

Sale

52
Mar 14
"U/2 *.*- 86
Mar 13

5%

5%

22%

—

7%

____

Sale

57 y«

Sale

20%
40%

20
1.60

Sale

Sale
Sale

96

Smith-Corona

"On) Admitted to unlisted

1.50

—

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——

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Marchant

■'

Sale

Sale
___

—

—

22%

20
20

—

21%
19%

22%

Sale

47

Sale

35%

Sale

20

18%
18%

17
17

7%

%
22

Sale
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Sale

20
18

17%
9%
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27%

—

Sale

22%

22%

Sale

21
20
19%

20

20%

18%

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19%
Sale
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Sale

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Sale

18

11%
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—

—

55%

Sale

1
2

27%
22%

15
5

38%
12%

26%
56%

Sale
Sale

59%

—

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—

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Sale

"9% ~9%
45

Sale

30

Sale
Sale

23%

32

24%

—

Sale
Sale

44% Feb 16

13
10

46% Mar 30
4
Mar 7
28
Feb 21
98% Mar 6

6

23

Mar 24

22% Mar 16
11% Mar 23
57% Mar 22
a—

93

92%
89 %
~

4y8
2.60

12%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

14
1
9
20
17
20

42% Mar 30
175

24%
21lA
81%
43%
41%
16'/a
50%
8

17%
14%
38%
52%
4 74%
30%
27%
25'A
25 y«
25%
24%
22%

Mar 30
Jan
3
4
Jan
Feb 28
6
3
Jan
Jan 26

Jan

Jan 19

Jan 10

Feb
Mar
Jan
22
Jan
6% Jan
52% Jan
91% Jan

10
31
24
11

92 y« Mar 1
4
Jan
7
2% Feb
1.50 Jan 17
3
9% Jan
7
6% Feb

84

30% Jan
142

Mar 27
Mar 1
Mar 17
M -}* 6
Mar 7
Mar 28
Mar 3

21

Mar ?4

8
7
4

133% Jan 19
4
87% Jan

Mar ?0

36% Mar 21
56% Mar 21

24
3

3

Jan 12
Jan 26

3
17% Jan
54 y4 Jan 13
36% Jan 13
9
Feb
40
3
11% Jan
47 V* Jan 13
6
Jan 13
4
31 Vt Jan
3
47% Jan

Mar 9
Mar 6
160% Mar 23
80 y* Mar 30

Mar

9

53
Jan
135% Jan
78 y4 Mar

4
4

23% Mar 23
34 Ye Mar 2

23% Mar 23
36
Mar 30

Mar~29

56% Mar 27
19

35%
35%
14%
61 %
11%

Mar 13
Mar 15

Mar 24
Mar 3
Mar 24
Mar 7
Mar
2
105
48% Mar 15
46% Mr 2
108% Mar 1
8
Mar
16
18% Mar 1
1
1.50 Mar
Mar 13
93
Mar 3
32

6
1

Mar

3
Mar 21

6

60

37'A Mar

3

59% Mar

9
Mar 17
42% Mar 24
37% Mar 20
Mar 29
15
65% Mar 6
13% Mar 10
Mar 20
135
Mar 30
58
Mar 8
52
Mar 28
118
21

17% Mar 23
20% Mar 30
1.80 Mar

7

99% Mar 20
33% Mar 23
25 y8 Mar 15
41% Mar 20
24% Mar 23
19% Mar 10
47

Mar 30

37% Mar 6
32 % Mar 28
17% Mar 28
35% Mar 30
34% Mar 1
22% Mar 3
20% Mar 13
18% Mar 30

38% Mar 7
37% Mar 21
23% Mar 29
20% Mar 13
18% Mar 30

9% Mar 1
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25% Mar 9

12% Mar 9
% Mar 2
28 y, Mar 29

33% Mar 28
19

Mar 22

Mar 8
106% Mar 20
29% Mar 21
60% Mar 17
52

Mar

104% Mar
26% Mar
56% Mar

19% Mar

Mar

~9y8 ~9%
—

12

36% Jan
40% Feb
2.85 Feb
21% Jan
90% Feb

6
Mar 9
57% Mar 10
145
Mar 13
78 % Mar 29

16

~7% ~8
—

—

—

13% Mar 30
38% Mar 6

4

52
—

3
3

78% Jan

18

39%

—

4% Jan
35% Jan-

90% Mar 20

38

""

49% Mar 22

55% Mar 30

7

—''■"

23 y8

——

7

19% Mar

Sale
Sale

34%
21%

9

a

27%
43%
20%
29%
22%

Mar 20
46% Mar 6
22% Mar 20
28

Marl7
Mar 13
Mar 9
Mar 13

Mar

33% Mar 22
25y8 Mar 30

1

6

21% Jan
34

Feb

7% Feb
34
Jan

29
5
10
6

3

Jan 13
Jan
4
Mar 15
Jan 13
10% Jan
4
54
Jan
3
11% Mar 7

50%
17 y4
35%
29%

Ja:i
3
5
44% Jan
44 % Feb 14
78

94

.an

13% Jan
18 y4 Mar
-.25 Jan

17

3
1
11
3

87

Jan

27%
18 y8
33 y8
19
17%

3
Jan
6
Jan
4
Jan
Feb 17
Jan 31

4
29 y8 Feb 24
5
16% Jan
3
33 y4 Jan
5
30% Jan
22% Jan 25

36% Jan

20% Jan 11
18% Mar 30
7% Jan
4
% Mar 28
22
Jan
3
50% Feb 10
89% Jan 13
22 ya Jan 23
2
54% Feb
9
12
Jan
8% Jan 20
4
23V* Jan
5
38% Jan
1
20
Feb
3
27 y4 Jan
4
22 y8 Jan

44%
15%

Sale
Sale

42%
20%

trading privileges. See page 50 for all other footnotes.

Sale
Sale

42 V«t Mar

15 y8 Mar

27
2

17% Mar 30
18
Mar 3
44
Feb 24
57% Mar 22
85 y4 Mar 21
31% Feb
6
28% Mar 21
26
Mar 10
25% Mar 17
25% Mar 2
25
Jan 19
23% Jan 19
22% Jan 17
11% Mar 23
57% Mar 22
91% Jan 11
133% Jan 19
93
Mar 14
92% Mar 1
89 V4 Mar 9
4y8 Mar 20
2.60 Mar 17
13 y4 Feb 24
8% Feb 24

42% Mar 30
Mar 30
24% Mar 27
2i % F°b 28
81% Mar 17
44% Feb 20
42% Jan 13
16 y8 Mar 28
50% Mar 3

175

8

Mar 24

36% Mar 21
56% Mar 21
24% Mar 24
92% Feb 28
6

Mar

9

60
Mar 6
160% Mar 23
80 >/4 Mar 30

24% Feb
36
8

2

Jan 30
Feb
9

37% Feb 23
59% Mar 9
2iy4F-b 28
42 V* Mar 24
39
Feb 23
16
Mar 29
65% Mar 6
15% Jan 13
Mar 20
1 jo58
Mar 30
52
118
18y*
20y4

Mar 8
Mar 28

Feb 20
Mar 30
7

i

20
23
15

99%
33%
25%
41%
24%
21%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Jan

47

Mar 30

20
23
3

33% Mar 28
19
40
I :%
23 y4

Mar 22
Feb 16
Feb 16

12%
%
28 y4
57 y8
106%
29 y4
60%
19%

Mar 9
Jan 10

Mar 29
20% Mar 13
18% Mar 30

Feb 28
Jan 25

Feb 27
Mar 21
Mar 17
Mar 9

Feb
Mar
Mar
Mar
33% Mar
26 Va Jan
10
28
46%
22%

9
20
6
20
22

31

a—

a

Sale
Sale

6

10

18 y« Feb

Sale

38

'•

Mar

21% Mar

20%
18%

—

Mar

Feb

6% Mar 10

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

Slmca (Amer shares)
Sinclair Oil Corp

49,630

— —
—

21%

33 %

Seaboard Finance Co
1
Sears Roebuck & Co
3
Serve! Inc (Un)
1
Servomechanisms Inc
20c
Sharon Steel Corp (Un)
•
Shell Oil Co
1
Shell Transp St Trad Ltd_£l

422

Sale
Sale
Sale

10

20
San Diego Imperial Corp—1
Sapphire Petroleums Ltd
1
Schenley Indus (Un)
1.40
Scherlng Corp (Un)
1
Scott Paper Co_
•

19,283

15%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

14%
63%
12%

.

35%

—

—

—

Iiy4

Sale

Siegler Corporation
Signal Oil & Gas class A

Sale
10

20
1.25

36%

preferred

163

38 y4

23%

36

24

Sale
Sale
Sale

—

[

Sale

52%
46%
108%

v

20

Sale

80%

—

6%

59%

6%

—

Sale
Sale
Sale

•

27%

—

—

58
51 y8
118

Sale
Sale

1 66%

preferred

7,935
32,166




Sale

62 y8
12 y8

Sale

21%

4%% preferred
4.40%

150*923

33

Sale
Sale
Sale

S*le

2.50

St Regis Paper Co (Un)
5
San Diego Gas & Electrlc_10
5.60%
preferred
20

73/707

34
54%

Sale

7%

Sale

St Louis-San Fran Ry (Un)_*

968
580

Sale

23%

22

Sale
Sale

8,679
17,315

8
Mar 27
Mar 2
48% Mar 13
Mar

7%

7%
34

1.20
87

(Unt

7

36%

—

-

19%

961

Mar

Sale

—

—

—

i

Ryder System, Inc

67
40%
39%
13%

Sale
Sale

89

Sale

.1

Richfield Oil Corp
1
Rockwell Stand Corp (Un)_5
R hr Aircraft Corp
10
Roval Dutch Pet (Un)
20g
Rvan Aeronautical Co
•

Jc% Mar 13

Sale

7

5%

5
53 y4

28c

7,191

580

41%
39 y2

Mar

1
3
1

15%
50%

59 y8

Manufacturing Co

22
—■

80%

Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

--

—

•

(lndes Western
Ptec Ram h Otl Co

38% Mar
152

.

—_

__

—

26

Jan 26

a__

Sale

—

—-

Mar 6
92% Mar 1
88% Mar 24
3% Mar 6
1.70 Mar 1
11% Mar 7

-

■

290

730

•'

Sale
.—

—

Amer i Un i

2,375
3,417
6,310
400
389

Sale

Ilavonier

Rhrem

8
7
24
3
1
23

92

Sale

2.40

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Mar 29

20%

11%

Pfizer (Chas i & Co I Un) 33 %

Phelps

5,738
11,911
11.397

2,692
32.C21

21%

Sale

39

1

...

6,120

24 983
4.932

22

Sale

69

United
fUn>

1,978

$

Sale

28

II

12%
7%

3%

2%

175

22%
17%

80% Mar 8
31% Mar 10

Sale
Sale

95 %
92
89 %
4%
2.50
Sale
8

89 %
88

'J C)

cnney

Pepsi-Cola

6.660

-_10o

Packard-Bell Electronics 50c
Pan Amer World Air <Un> 1
Paramount pictures (Un>__l
Parke Davis & Co. (Onl..*

16% Mar 24
40% Mar 9
53 % Mar 9

a

148%
93%

Pacific Tel St Tel-

6,134

19

43

10% Mar 30
Mar 3
18
43% Mar 23
57% Mar 22
85%. Mar 21
31% Mar 27
28% Mar 21
Mar 10
26
25% Mar 17
25% Mar 2
24% Mar 7

25% Mar 7
25% Mar 10

12%
7%

26% Jan 12

Jan

42

98% Mar

17% Mar 30

31%
28%

1.90

25

6

Mar

27
16
26
28

2
3oy8 Feb
Jan 27
26

8

45% Mar 30
4
Mar 7
27% Mar 20

Mar 14
4
Mar 7
23
Mar 9
97% Mar 1

io%

Sal?
Sale
6%

14 2/7

Mar

'43

Sale
4%

Sale
Sale
28%

86 %

87

46%
3%

6
7

Sale

84%
2%
1.60
9%
5%

2

Mar 1
21% Mar 21
44% Feb 16
75c Mar 30
1.60 Mar 23
20
Jan 10
52% Feb 27
32% Jan 6

13% Mar 30
38% Mar 6
4-tva Mar 2

1
.

43%

•

28

6

55% Mar 30

Sale
Sale

$4.36 preferred
•
•"".rlfir Northern Airlines
1
Pac Oil & Gas Devel--33%c
Pacific Petroleums Ltd
1
Warrants

88%

20c Jan
iJan
1.05.
Jan
18
44'A:Mar

Feb

8 Mar 16

jl

30
23

Mar 9
Feb 28
Feb 23

49% Mar 22

17%
16%

89%
129%
86%
84%

Common
6% preferred

6% Mar
38% Mar
42

3

26

44% Mar
48% Mar

Sale

Sale

6%

16
1
21
29

26% Mar 20

6

Mar

5% Jan
6
18
Jan 17
22
Jan 13
Mar 16
!Jan 26
iy8.
6
16% Jan
,
6
39% Jan

a_

Sale

•
*
*

26

Sale

9314

S4.75 preferred
$4.75 convertible pfd
$4.50 preferred
$4.40 preferred

27

31

26%
97%

5

—"

33%

7%
9%
22%
23%

6

5% Jan

9
1
Mar 21
Mar 1

Mar
Mar

Mar
1%:Mar
21 % Mar
Mar
44
75c Mar
1.60 Mar
Mar
19
53% Mar
Mar
32

44% Mar 28
30% Mar 27
26% Mar 20

;

—

7%
9%
21%
23 %

7
8
1

28c Mar
1.15 Mar
18
Mar

Sale

—

Sale
Price*

Sale
1.45

45

¥.65 "3%

5

;

72c
1.30

Sale

Ohio Oil Co (Un)
•
Olin Mathleson Chemical
5
Onomea Sugar Co (Un)
20
Outboard Marine Co
30c
Owens-Illinois Glass
6.25

4.80% red first pfd
25
4.50% redeemable pfd
28
4.36% red 1st pfd
25
Pacific Industries Inc
2
Pacific Lighting Corp com.l

346

47%

44

_1

1,155
2,626
1,417
118,403
36,416
112
28
576
55
270

%

Sale

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Highest
Lowest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices

Highest

6% Mar 7
8% Mar 3
20% Mar 27
22% Mar 9
li Mar 16
1 % Mar 1
18% Mar 16
41% Mar 15

Sale
Sale

Sale

1 y4

Sale
Sale

6%
814

Sale

43%
22c
1.10

-PRICES IN MARCHMarch 30
Lowest
Sole
Closing or
Prices
Bid
Ask

Sale

%
IVi

%

Niagara Mohawk Pow (Un)_*
Nordon Corp Ltd
1

Northrop Corp Inc

Ask

914
21%
23 'A

New Eng Elec Syst (Un)_l
New Idria Mln & Chem_50c
New Park Mining Co
1
N Y Central RR Co (Un)_*

Occidental Petroleum
5 lo Edison (Un).

Bid

A-k

6%

2,317
11,963
5,262

2

Opening or

IVIl)

1
1
l

(On)

Pacific Clay Products
__10
Pac Finance Corp
10
Pacific Gas St Elec com
25
5%
first preferred
25
5%% first preferred
25
5* first preferred
25
5% red 1st pfd
25
5% red pfd ser A
25

55,842
30.552
7,033

March 1

Opening or
pa,

49

COAST STOCK EXCHANGE

PACIFIC

April, 1961

44% Mar 1
23
Mar 22

38% Jan
12 y2 Jan

3
4

45
23

Feb 27
Mar 22

50

PACIFIC COAST STOCK EXCHANGE

AlFmati Sain
in
March

Pacific Coast

Since
Jan. 1

IkMM

Bid

11,335

37,211

1,811
14,778
20

5,013
34,391
20

1,096

1,780

330
10
672

Original preferred
4.88% preferred series

1,240

4.78%

1,482

2,455

7,866

659

1,454

128

228

7,233

17,167
1,377

50

9,191

42,205
6,215
1,083

2,580
629

33,717

96,723
3,374

883

2,172
61,756
8,845

4,281
2,427
26,216
59,280
6,018
60,286

8,481
140,062
14,825
14,068
6,646
50,629
146,65516.654

548

160,657
2,450

4,387
1.131
2,809

12,284
2,340
17,011

44

47

1,793
1,799

6,428

Socony Mobil Oil (Un)
Southeastn Pub
So Calif Edison

57,642
11,326
3,457

13,678
8,898
94,538

170,800

64

138

2,412

5,069

2,325
4,455

4,275
10,481

130

172

41,772
8,765
2,336
11,614

128,391
18,272
5,645
40,201

11,163
7,762
2,146

33.655
18,161
6,303

7.603

12,338

13,120

58,138
6.833

Ser

preferred
preferred
conv pfd
4.32% preferred
4.24% preferred

15

Chemical

23,439
9.132

6,459
8,581
6,715

19,143
3,923

1,689
207

357

6,462

21,107
13,946

5,630
664

7,435
633

2,959
717

10,829
16,009 '

12,606
9,155
1,785
280

1,126
14,002
2,368
9,259
1,902
52,157
33,052
33,779
15,310
3,447

1,485

Sale

24 Ya
68

25%

24%

25

56%
22

64%
22%

65%

21%
21%

22
20%

Sale
22%
21%

24%
71%
66%
22
21%

67%
221%
21%

20%

21%

30%
Sale
7%

31
31

31%
31%

30%
30%

Sale
31%

12%

Sale

12

Sale

Sale

Sale

a

—

Sale

23%

21%
_

Sale

26%
10%

_

43%

Sale
Sale

Sale

—

"% ~1

~I%

47%

49%
49%

Sale

'

__

41%

Sale
Sale
Sale

54

26%
27%

-

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

44

2

50%
49%
45%

22

57%

22% Mar

1

21% Mar
21% Mar

9
8

31% Mar 9

Mar*~8

Mar 3
Mar 15
51% Mar 21

28% Mar
25% Mar
10% Mar
52

55%
1%
47%
47%
43%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

Sale

7%
35%

Sale
Sale

24%

Sale

32%

Sale

26

Sale

Sale
Sale

4

Sale

48%

Sale

13%

Sale

23%
95%

—

Sale

6%

Sale

9

30% Mar 28
29% Mar 14
13
Mar 14
60
Mar 17
57
Mar 22
2% Mar 22
51% Mar 27
50 % Mar 24

1

46%

6

1
6
15
1
10

Mar

Mar 16
Mar 24
Mar 14
Mar 30
Mar 3
Mar 27
Mar 1
25 % Mar 2
3% Mar 13
1220
Mar 28
45% Mar 29

Sale

Mar

_—

—

—

—

—

Sale

26%
46%

Sale
Sale

23%
97%

Sale
Sale

25

—

Sale
Sale
Sale

29%
44%
78

25

Sale

20%

Sale

27%
24%

28

Sale

33%
25%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

1
1
9

7
7
6

25% Mar
43% Mar
75% Mar

6
9
1

25% Mar
24% Mar

Sale

30% Mar 14
58% Mar 20
Mar 16
86 % Mar
62 % Mar
9% Mar
68
Mar
35
Mar
33
Mar
26% Mar
6% Mar
1245
Mar
48% Mar

13
14
3
10
30
29
20

30
14

Sale
3%

25

Sale

31%

Sale
'

—

—

—

'i

33%
3%

52%
123 %

15

15%
Sale
Sale

35%
37%

.

32 y8

17 Ya
40%

Sale
Sale
Sale

39

-

Sale

—

•
—

54%
32%
41
43

Sale
Sale
17
Sale
Sale

8

36

—

Sale
Sale

14

13

Mar 1
Mar 13
Mar 2
Mar 16
Mar 28
Mar 8

38% Mar

9

7% Mar

_1
1
_1

...

-

"9% "Sale

—

—

22%

4

31% Mar
31% Feb

30% Jan

9
7% Jan 30
47 % Jan
3
43
Mar 3
20% Jan
3
50% Jan 18

50
10

31

2.50
1

59%

89
38 y2
53%

38%

—

Upjohn Company
1
Utah-Idaho Sugar Co (Un)_5
.

Sale
Sale
Sale

76%

.

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

34%
87%
46V4
54%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

15
Feb 24
53% Mar 27
43% Feb
8
25
Mar 30
52% Mar 29

27

30% Mar 28

20

29 y» Mar 14
13 /' Mar 14
60
Mar 17

Jan 12
Jan 25
8% Feb 10
43 Ya Jan
5
4
53% Jan
1
Jan
4
Jan
47
5
46 % Jan 10
40% Jan
3
54
Jan
3
3
26% Jan
26% Jan 18
56 Ya Jan
4

90% Mar 16
5
68% Jan
6
53% Jan
7

Jan
43% Jan

6
20

29% Mar 27
4
18% Jan
3
23% Jan
3% Jan 17

1220

Mar 28

45% Mar 29

21% Mar 13
14% Mar 15

3
67% Feb
2% Mar 27
51% Mar 27

51% Feb
46% Feb
58% Feb

3
6

8

34% Mar 29
34% Feb 24
8
60% Feb
91

17

Jan

86% Mar 13
Feb 24
3
68 / Mar 10
35
Mar 30
Mar 29
33
26% Jan 31
6% Mar 30
Feb 24
1285
48% Mar 1
63

9% Mar

17% Feb 10
12% Mar 7

21% Mar 13
15% Jan

6

a—

24% Mar 22
101 % Mar 10
38% Mar 21
25% Mar 22

29% Mar 29
46%
79%
33%
26%

Mar 1
Mar 24

Mar 30
Mar 15

24%
16%
34%
3%
41%
30%

17%
41%
43%

52 % Mar 30

3

26% Jan
2.80 Jan
37% Jan
25
Jan

Mar 21
2
Mar 24
Mar 22
Mar 8
Mar 20
Mar 22

3

16
3

4
6
6
3
10

29
20

21

25% Jan 19
101% Mar 10
38% Mar 21
25% Mar 22
29% Mar 29
48% Feb 16
Feb 17
82
33% Mar 30
9
27% Feb
24% Feb 27
24% Mar 3
Feb
18
8
34% Mar 27
3% Mar 29
41% Mar 20
30 y4 Mar 21

20% Jan

2

43% Mar
54%
33%

Jan
Jan

27

52 % Mar 30
131

69
25

21 y8 Jan
15% Jan
15
Jan

Mar3
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

23% Jan 16
6
83% Jan
35 V* Jan 27
19 Ya Jan
4
4
21% Jan
40 y4 Jan 26

9

41

Jan

18

122

Jan

13

131

39% Jan
3
43 y» Jan 17
3
27% Jan
14 Vi Jan
4
35 Ya Jan
3
3
37% Jan

Mar 21

44% Feb 24
54% Mar 24

33y8 Mar 22
17% Feb
7
46% Jan 30
44
Feb
2

9
Mar 21
17% Jan
3
33
Mar 28

1
Mar 21
24 >/4 Mar 20
36
Feb 24

1% Mar 24
13% Mar 8
45% Mar 20

1% Jan 11
9ys Jan
3
44% Mar 28

1% Mar 24
13% Mar 8

53% Mar 29

47

Jan

4

34% Mar 30
Mar 3
90

28

Jan

10

34% Mar 30

76% Jan

3
3
20
26
28
4

90
Mar 3
48
Mar 30
61% Jan
3
50% Mar 27

29% Mar 9
84% Mar 14
38 % Mar 1
51% Mar 7
38% Mar 1
52

1

~7% "5%

9
2

1

44% Mar 28
49% Mar 13

16%

Jan~30

1% Mar 17
11% Mar 23

Sale

Smelting St Refining

Steel Corp
Unlver Consol OH Co
Universal
Match
Universal Oil Prods Co

Mar 23
Mar 29
Jan 24

9% Mar 15
1
Mar 21
24% Mar 20
36
Mar 1

1

5

Mining Co (Un)

6

22 V* Jan '25
21% Mar 8

7ya Jan

9%. Mar 15

City Mines

Co (Un)__—
.—
O S Industries Inc
U S Plywood Corp
U S Rubber Co (Un)

Mar 24

6
Mar 21
21% Mar 1
33
Mar 28

Sale

121/4

7

40

1%

23%

16
10
13
2

123%
43%
49%
30%
16%

Sale

16%

1%
21%

■

10

—

Sale

17%

1

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

45% Mar

—

:

39%
43%
27%

24%
15 %
31
2.90
40 %
28%

Sale
3%

29% Jan

1

a__

26%
2%

Mar

78%
68
25%
24%

21% Jan
5
21% Jan
9
20% Feb 24

a

23%
95 %
37%
21%

Sale
Sale

34% Mar 29

2
7

12% Mar
a—

Sale

Mar 22

a_^

20
13

Mar 30

52% Mar 29

9

90%
77 %
62 %
7%
58%
29%
24 Ya

—

24%

25

29% Mar 7
29% Mar 28
56% Mar 16

Sale

Mario

14

53% Mar 27
43
Mar 3

6

43
21

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

—

—

7

12

Sale
Sale
Sale

~8%

Sale

—

Mar

30% Mar 30

Sale

.' c-

Jan 31

19

a—

21% Mar 17
21% Mar 8

Sale
—

23%
3%

a

a-

30%

46

39
Jan
3
15% Jan
6
65% Jan
3
68
Mar 23
24% Jan 11
24ys Jan
4

a—

28%

"7%

2
Mar 6
78% Mar 24
68
Mar 23
25% Mar 29
24% Mar 6
19

'

1
1

United Corp (Del) (Un)
United Fruit Co (Un).„
United Gas Corp (Un)

27%
12
58%

Prices

Highest

'

49% Mar

22%

Prices

45% Mar

Mar 20
24 Ya Mar 14

Sale

20%

Union Carbide Corp (Un)
•
Union Elec of Mo (Un)
10
Union Oil Co of Calif
25
Union Pac Ry Co (Un)
.10
Union Sugar Co_
—5
United Airlines Inc
10
United Aircraft Corp (Un)_5
United Canso Oil & Gas
Ltd. (Un)
1

U S
St
U S

25%

47%

Thlokol Chemical Corp
1
Thompson Ramo Wooldridge5

Park

24%

25%

7

Television Corp
Tenn Gas Transmission
5
Texaco Inc
(Un)
25
Texas Gas Transmission
5
Texas Gulf Sulphur (Un)
*
Textron Inc common
50c

United

25%

30

Corp (The) (Un)_l

TelAutograph Corp

8,190
3.834
41,289
31,934
17,614
22,212

847

24%

Lithograph

3,299

363

Bale

29%

Corp 5% pfd 1 (Un)
100
Sterling Drug Inc (Un)
5
Stone & Webster Inc (Un)_*
Studebaker-Packard (Un) _1
Suburban Gas (Cal)—
—1
HWhen issued
Suburban Propane Gas
1
Sunray Mld-Cont Oil
1
Sunset Interna'l Fetroleum_l
Superior Oil Co (Calif)
25
Swift St Co (Un)
25

8,526

1,883

75

5

2,558

44,300

Sale

43%

1

Twentieth Century-Pox Film
Corp (Un)
1

4,851
6,497
65,052

73%

42% Mar 15
18% Mar 6
73 % Mar 1
Mar 23
68

20

(Un)_50c

7,382
1,064

1,044
2,098
34,700
9,880

Sale

Sale

Sale

Prices

Sale

44%

Sale

Prices

21%

Thriftlmart Inc
1
Tidewater Oil Co com
10
$1.20 preferred
25
Tishman Realty St Const'n_l
Trans World Airlines Inc
5
Transamerlca Corp
2
Trico Oil St Gas
50c
Trl-Continental Corp (Un)_l
Warrants (Un)

495

Bid

21%

Warrants (Un)
50c
Spiegel Xnc (Un)
•
Standard Brands (Un)_
•
Standard Metals Corp.
lc
Standard Oil of Calif
6Vi
"Standard Oil Co (Ind)
25
Stand Oil Co (N J) (Un)..17
Stand Oil Co (Ohio) (Un)_10
Stanley Warner Corp (Un)_5
Statham Instruments Inc
l

TXL Oil

Ask

Lowest

Sale

55

6% series A preferred
25
6% preferred
25
Southern Calif Petroleum__2
Southern Co (Un)
•
Southern Natural Gas
7.50
Southern Pacific Co
•
Southern Ry Co (Un)
•

Stauffer

er

23%

25

Southwestern P-ublic Ser

Bid

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Highest

24%

series 25
series—25
series 25
series 25
series 25

Sperry-Rand Corp

Opening

Ask

PRICES IN MARCHLowest
Sale
Clesing er

March 30

65Va

25
25

4.08% preferred series
Southern Calif Gas Co—

March 1
or

39

Co-lOc
25

com

4.56%
4.48%

Stecher-Traung
3,724
129,554
25,710
3,457
31,194
25,039

1961

Opening

STOCKS

Shares

10

Price Jan. 3,

Stock Exchance

1 S? ~8%
00

Mar

8% Mar

6
3

48

Mar 30

59% Mar 9
50% Mar 27
53% Mar 13
8% Mar 9

31

50%
34%
49%
8 y4

Jan
Feb
Jan
Feb
Jan

48

Feb

24

53% Mar 29

53% Mar 13
8% Mar 9

'

2,160
16,606
2,819

3,862
36,837
8,550

215

255

1,004
1,612

231,587

1,582
4,711
310,676

3,875

11,386
100

3~759

5,765

-\7- 119

224
12,356

5,082

1,558'
3,273

8,644
20,853
2,042

158,650

7,172
6,285

16,385
71,814

4,563
173,950

899

Vanadium Corp of Amer
_1
Varlan Associates
1
Victor Equipment Co
1
Virginia-Carolina Chemical.*
Warner Bros Pict (Un)
8
Washington Water Power •
Westates Petrol common
1
5% preferred
10
West Cdn Oil & Gas Ltd_1.25
West Coast Life Ins (Un)_5
West Ky Coal Co (Un)
4
Western Air Lines
Western Pacific RR Co

Western

Union

(Un)_.

Westinghouse Air Brake
Company (Un)
Westinghouse El

(Un)

784

1,096

Worthington Corp (Un)

395
3,776

1,593
7,958

(F W)

26

26%

41%

59%
28%

Sale
Sale

26%
60%
28%

Sale
Sale
Sale

42%
Sale
6%

46%
1.05
6y4

47 %
Sale

51%

6y2

6i/2
1

Sale

37

Sale

Sale

24

Sale

Company (Un)
Radio (Un)

4

26% Mar 30

47 y8 Jan

4

63%
33
40
67%

40

Mar 15

67% Mar 21
52% Mar 22

25% Jan 26
40
Mar 15
52% Jan 20

Mar 15
Mar 21

19% Jan
-I
24% Mar 8
42% Jan 27

24% Mar 27

24% Mar 22
43% Mar 30
49% Mar 7

26% Mar 6
47% Mar 13
51% Mar 17

23 Va Jan

26% Mar 6
49 % Jan
9
'51% Mar 17

10

9c
44
70

8c
44

10

51% Mar 27

17c Mar 24
46% Mar 3
72% Mar 7
51% Mar 27

~

%

10c

a

—

—

47%'

Sale

~8c

10c

44%

Sale

43%

Sale

9c

*

Sale

14c

Sale

•

•

1

34% Mar

—'://

—

:

9

1.75 Mar 30
-6% Mar 20

120

Jan

Mar 1
Mar
9
Mar 20

Mar

6

52% Mar 22
1.75 Mar 30

6% Mar 20
1

131% Mar 30

6

40% Feb 10
47 Va Jan 25
Jan
Mar

67% Feb

5
9

1

Jan
-

■

28% Mar 22
53
Mar 20

17c

Mar 24

46% Mar 3
74
Feb 20

51% Mar 27

a__

Jan

99% Jan

10

98
Jan 20
131% Mar 30

•No par value.
tThis issue was either spUt or a stock dividend was paid
during year 1961. The volume and the range shown here is
trading and the range for the new shares. UThis issue, the primary market of which is on the New York Stock Exchange or the Americansimply
Stock
Exchange, was either spUt or exchanged during the year 1961, the details of the basis of
exchange can be found in the footnote on page 94 or 39
of this record, a Odd-lot sales. rCash sales.
(Un) Admitted to unlisted privileges, x Ex-dividend, y Ex-stock dividend, z Ex-liquidating distribution.
the




"

rM

11

37% Mar 27
a

94
Sale

Jan
Jan

4
11
12
11
17

:—__

1

131%

Jan
Jan

Mar 16
Feb
7

24% Mar 27
28% Mar 22
53
Mar 20

6%

Youngstown Sheet St Tube
Zenith

18% Jan

63% Mar 16
29% Mar 3

21% Mar 13
24% Mar 8
46 % Mar 6

in
6.25

(Un)

26% Mar 30

1%

35

3
57% Mar 6
27% Mar 13
40
Mar 15
59% Mar 6
47% Mar 7
1.05 Mar 1
6% Mar 14

Sale
Sale

"I

22% Mar

51%

1.75

22

1.10

2%

Basin Oil
Wilson St Co Inc (Un)

Woolworth

Sale

37% Mar 27

1
1

Wllllston

1,190

\

47%

42
1.00
6
1
32

Wheeling Steel Corp (Un)_10

1,763
4,785

*,

-

51

Exchange

Boston Stock

Monthly and Yearly Record
RANGE OF FRICES ON THE

Stock SalesMarch

(Shares)

Boston
Stock Exchange

Aggregate Sales
in

Since

March

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

1,144

2,538

7,649
22,065
181,652

5,027

727

755

;

1,986

6,949

500

500
190

—

1~603

Opening or
Pa*

Chemical—•

American Agric

1.66%
33%

American

Motors
American Tel <Ss Tel

Rights

50
100

-.—

25
-*
•

100

4,598

2,045
645

1,419
37

Eastern Gas Si Fuel Assoc—
Common
10

4%%

176

415
77

583
547

265

660

1,725
6,197
4,551

3,023
20,118

10,999
5

16~596

64,969

2,624
1,001
2,516

8,002
1,847

100

preferred

Eastern Massachusetts
Street Ry—
Common

100

100

6% 1st pfd series A
6% preferred B
5% pfd adjustment
First National Stores—
Ford Motor Co

100
100
.5

.1

General Capital Corp

.5

General Electric Co
Gillette Company

30%

31%

32%

Sale

30% Mar 13

32% Mar 23

18%

Sale

Sale

115 Ya

Sale
Sale

17% Mar 10
109% Mar 22
It's Mar 23

21% Mar 22

Sale

20%
120%
1%
54%

103%

13%
50%
13%

29%
81%

60c
40

260
179

288

162
25

302

Olin-Mathieson chemical—5
Pennsylvania RR
50
Qulncy Mining Co
25

615

Reece Folding

912

1,427
3,434
2,577

Rexall Drug Si

1,265
991

3,300
861

7,360
4,033
488
827
60
505

4,011
x

8,466
1,745
2,080
109

1,056
16,880

Ex-dividend,

y

30%

35%

Sale

86

Sale

50c
40
26
14

Mar

134% Mar 15
73% Mar 29
7

Mar 28

22%
11%

37%
86%

Sale
87

35% Mar 3
85 % Mar 20

38% Mar 29
86% Mar 3

29% Jan
81% Jan

75c
49

%
45%
28%

%
48%

45

35

13

14%

30
Sale

14%
24%
6c

7c

Sale

71

47%
15%
30%
1%

45%
13%

Sale
13%

30

28

31
4

17%

58%
46%
25%
70

11%

47%

52%

33

63%
49%
50%

Sale
Sale
Sale

21%
65%
51 %
2 9%
72

Sale

Sale

32

Sale
26%
76%
12%
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

12%
45

13%

12%

23%
50%

Sale
Sale

•

24%

29%
76
Sale
Sale

% Mar 23

% Mar 10

Mar 8
Mar 22
Mar 10
Mar 20

27

46
30
16
65

15

80% Mar 30

64% Mar30
109% Mar 1
23% Mar 30
81% Mar 9

69% Mar 7
118% Mar 17
27% Mar 6

14% Mar 30
16% Mar 24
24 % Mar 28

16% Mar 13
17% Mar 16
27% Mar 1

Mar~21

13% Mar 15

28%
13 %
59%
74%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

20

13
29

87% Mar 3

120

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
74

35%
37%

Sale
18

17
112

71 %

1

56% Mar

Sale

Sale
62%
79% Sale
19.44 21.13
64% Sale
Sale
113%
24% Sale
85% Sale

Sale

1*

Sale
29%
Sale
Sale
38
Sale

io% Jan" 13

Sale
87

73

28%
53%

Jan 17
Mar 28
Jan 27

53% Mar 17
16% Mar 2

9c

1%

67
7

15% Mar 30

Sale
Sale

3%

134% Mar 15

Sale

7c

3%

Iff Mar 30
54% Mar 30
138% Mar 1
76% Mar 2
8
Mar 30
5"% Jan 27

Jan

15%

22%
40%

23%
51

122% Mar 30

3

44

5%
Mar 29
Mar 30
19% Mar 28

3

It's Mar 23

Sale
Sale

17
18

13
6c

12%

1

Mar

Mar 2
Mar 30

32% Mar 23
21% Mar 22

6
Feb
14% Feb 13
49 % Mar 29
13% Jan 17

16%

110

Mar 30

12
5c

Mar 15

7c

Mar

6

22% Mar 13
48% Mar 15

23% Mar 29
52% Mar 1

Sale

2
71

4
74

Sale
Sale

42% Mar 14
13 % Mar 2

Sale

3%

3%

Mar 24
Mar 30

29% Mar 16
1% Mar 6

•

,,

4

1

Mar

Mar 15

47% Mar 30

■

4
3

60
65

86%

17
27%
111%

54%
138%
76%
8

9

Soto
Prlees

7
Mar 30
14% Mar 15
49% Mar 29

86

17
18
Sale

Iff Mar 30

27 Va Jan
16% Feb
102% Jan

'

65

Sale
64%
74% Sale
18.96 20.61
65% Sale
110
Sale
26% Sale

Sale
22 %
Sale

43%

•

Electric .6.25

Westlnghouse

17

2.60

United Fruit Co
•
United Shoe Machinery—25
U S Rubber Co
5
U S Smelt Ref g Si Mg Co.50
Vermont St Mass Ry Co—100
Waldorf System Inc
*

27,177

16%

3%

8top & Shop.
Torrington Co (The)

19,504
1,972

18%
51%

2%

Chemical

Company

16%
Sale

2

Machine

Shawmut Association
Stone & Webster Inc—

15%
51%

50% Sale
Sale
64%
17.55 19.08
Sale
73%

New England Tel Si Tel
New York New Haven &

3,320
4,878

13%
51%
14

Sale

13,976

1,496

50

122% Mar 30

t

6t

12

3,461

1,594

59
65

22%

12,179

-*
100

Sale
65

54
30

Narragansett Rac'g Assn—.1
National Service Cos
—1
New England Elee System—1
Hartford RR
Northern RR (N H)

57
50

58
•MM

4,241
8,483
29,320

264

Sale
136
139%
Sale
73%
8
Sale

~:

51%

15

20

Sale
Sale
Sale
8%

Sale
Sale

—

51

16%
17%

705
4,016

7%

—

Lamson Corp Delaware
5
Loew's Boston Theatre——25
Lone Star Cement Corp
10
Maine Cent RR 5% pfd—100

242

153
53 y»
138%
74%

'

44 %
Sale
139
137
67% Sale

74%

1,616
2,237

Sale
Prices

Sale
Prices

Sale

21%

242
97
635

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Highest

Sale

*

Island Creek Coal Co
Copper

Closing or
Ask
Bid

1,451,217

Lowest
Solo
Prices

Highest

18

88 %

Kennecott

-PRICES IN MARCHLowest
March 30

1960

1,753,197

27%

50c

6,187

Ask

_—

Anaconda Co
Boston & Albany RR
Boston Edison
Boston Garden-Arena
Boston & Maine RR com
5% preferred—

1,210
4,107
2,422

56

Bid

mmmm

Boston Personal Prop Trust.*
Boston Si Providence RR-100
Calumet Si Hecla
5
—10
Cities Service Co..
.5
Copper Range Co-

3,171

25
835

March 1
Opening or
Ask
Bid

1961

1961

Stock Sales—
Jan. 1 to March 31 (Shares).

Price Jan. 3,

STOCKS

261,277

1,290

19,682
75,073

_

BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE

1960
475,515

1961
625,393

52

4

3

50c
40

Feb 17
Feb 17
9
28
Feb
10% Feb 17
4
49% Jan
4
63% Jan

60% Feb 10
87% Jan
4
22% Jan
4
73% Jan
4
14% Mar
16 % Feb
22% Jan
109% Feb
11% Jan
5c Feb
21% Jan
40
Jan
2
71

30

23
3
13
6
17
5
3

Mar 24
Jan 26

•

Mar29
Mar 30
19% Mar 28
55
Feb
9
17% Feb 28
60
65

38% Mar 29
86% Mar 3

60c
46
30
16
65 %

Jan
Mar

3
8

Jan
Mar
Feb
80% Mar

24

74

Jan

_

10

27
30
5

118% Mar 17
27% Mar 6
87% Mar 3
16%
20
27%
109%
14%

Mar 13
Jan
9
Feb 28

Feb
Feb
7c Jan
24% Feb

52% Mar
4
74

13
7
17
10

1

Mar 1
Mar 15

40

Mar 28
Mar 21
1% Mar 6

Feb 15
3
28
Feb 10
1% Mar 6

47% Mar 30

16
32

11% Jan

16
32
3

43% Jan

3
29% Jan 11

56

53

58
32%

58%
34%

48% Mar 10
32% Mar 7

56
Mar 29
35% MarlO

" Mar 28
Mar 21
Jan 17

Mar 29
35% Mar 10

64

Sale

60

Mar

8

64

Jan

4

64

57%
46%
22%

Sale
Sale

49% Mar
45% Mar

9

57% Mar 30
50% Mar 1

34% Jan
37% Jan

4
4

57% Mar 30

Sale

24% Mar 17

70

Sale
53%

21%
65%
50%
28%
71.
12%
43%

17%
54%
46%
26%
71
11

53

35

Sale

69%
12%
43%

75

Sale
Sale

8
1
1

Mar

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

15
13
28

23
30

Mar 30

76

54%
35
75
14
47

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

24
20
30
15
13

Mar 13

Jan
4
Jan 16
Jan
3
Jan
6
Jan 16
Feb 10
40% Feb 10

Mar 30

50% Mar 1
24% Mar 17
76

Mar 24

54% Mar 20
Mar 30

35

76% Feb 24
14

Mar 13

49% Jan 10

Ex-rights.

Pittsburgh and Yearly Record
Stock Exchange
Monthly
ON THE PITTSBURGH STOCK EXCHANGE

RANGE OF PRICES

Pittsburgh

March

Since
Jan. 1

Shoroo

Shore*

889

1,654

2,275
6,098

126
616

1,600

1,400

3,938

261

311

3,699
671

11,860
6,986
2,112

661
510

1,261
1,519

in

2,034
=

—...10
Columbia Gas System—.—10
Continental Com'clal Corp.l
Duquesne Brewing of Pgh—5
Duquesne Light Co
5

Blaw-Knox Co

Harbison Walker Refrac—7%

(Joseph) Co—
•
Jeannette Glass 7% pfd—100

Horne

459
764
70

16,353

35,768

20
311

McKlnney Mfg Co—

7,528

95
64
60

30

Mountain Fuel Supply
Natco

Pittsburgh Brewing com

4,518

1,332

3,746

980

289

2,000
1,333

1,139

2,786

4,610

16,310

50

166

1,717

4,050

4,761

16,731

•No por.

1,768

a

preferred

—1

10
--8
...

*

1
25

Pittsburgh Forgings Co—1
Pittsburgh Plate Glass
10

411

1,552
1,044

Corporation

Penn Federal Corp—...

•2.50 conv

Bid

Ask

35%
9%

Sale
10 %

50%

Sale

32%
23%

Sale
Sale

Plymouth Oil Corp
—5
Rockwell-Standard Corp
8
Screw & Bolt Corp of Amer 1
Seeburg (The) Corp
1

43%
16

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

6%
9%
Sale

28%

Sale
Sale

'54%

8%
25%

-PRICES IN MARCH
Lowest
March 30
Sale
Closing or
Prices
Bid
Ask

46%
22%

Sale
23%

ZT::
40%
24%
5%
9%

6

8.50

Equitable Gas Co

370

528

Par

Sale
8
9%

28%

Sale

Sale

57%

Sale

38
93

40
97

50

51

93

86

50C

65c

29

30%

13
1

14
„

4%
37

,

70C

14
1

Sale
—

V-

60c

32%

■

,-y'.

15

17
1

■4%
38

Sale
—

5%
38

Sale
Sale
18
Sale

Sale
_

•mmmm

78%

Sale

77

Sale

30%

69%

Sale
Sale

32%
6%

Sale
Sale

Sale
m

'

6%

•—

25

18%

Sale
Sale

19%

Sale

United Engineering Si Fdy—5
U S Glass & Chem Corp
1
Vanadium Alloys Steel Co—8

1%

Sale

1

Sale

1

Sale

Westlnghouse Air Brake
10
Westinghouse El Corp—6.25

22%
49

Sale

24%
43%

Sale
Sale

24'%

Sale

43%

Sale

Deferred delivery sale,




r

Cash sale,

n

z

"

Sale

Ex-dividend,

Mar

1

3
8
23% Mar 10
5% Mar 2
9% Mar 1
27% Mar 15
38% Mar 3
53% Mar 13
39% Mar 3

y Ex-right*.

Highest
Sale
Prioes

47% Mar 30
26% Mar 20

35% Jan 3
9% Jan 24

47% Mar 30
26% Mar 20

56% Mar 24
43% Mar 23
25% Mar 30
5% Mar 13
9% Mar 22
29
Mar 3
40% Mar 22

50%
32%
23%
5%
8%
25%

59%
43%
25%
5%
9%
29%
40%
57%

100

50c

Sale
100

Lowest
Sale
Prices

Sale
Prices

39% Mar

25%
5%
9%

5%

258,483

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

41% Mar 13
16

i960

271,055

Highest

56% Mar

"

37

1961

Jan. 1 to March 31 (Shares).

March 1
Opening or
Bid
Ask

Opening or

Allegheny Ludlum Steel
1
Apollo Industries Inc......8
Arkansas Fuel Oil Corp——5
Armstrong Cork Co
1

619

93,788

Price Jan. 3,
1961

Stock Exchange

STOCKS

1960

94,352

Stock Sales—
March (Shares) —
Aggregate Soles

Stock Sales—

1961

57% Mar 30
42

Mar 17

3
Jan
3
Jan
Jan
4
Mar 2
Jan 10
Jan
3
37% Jan 25
48
Jan
4
37
Jan
3
90

55c Mar 21
32% Mar 30
13% Mar 3
1

Mar 23
4% Mar 1
38
Mar 3
16% Mar 15
74% Mar 9
23% Mar 3
30% Mar 1
6% Mar 1
25
Mar 1
18% Mar 2
95c Mar 29
34"% Mar 9
24% Mar 1
43% Mar 29
.

60c Mar 30
33% Mar 13
15
1

Mar 29
Mar 23

5"% Mar 14
38

Mar

18% Mar
78% Mar
28% Mar
33 % Mar
7% Mar
30% Mar
19% Mar
1% Mar
34% Mar
26 % Mar
47% Mar

3
17
2

13
10
3
28
10
8
9
6
13

Jan 24

50c

Jan 24

29% Jan 10
13% Jan 27
1

Jan 31
4% Jan 3
38
Feb
9
2
14%
69% Jan
3
22% Jan 31
27% Jan 4
Feb

5

Jan

20% Jan
16
90c
30%
22%

Jan
Feb

Feb
Jan
40% Feb

4
6
4
1
27
4
10

42
95

Feb
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Feb

16
23
30
13
22
28

Mar 22
Mar 30
Mar 17
Feb 14

60c Jan
5
33 % Feb 24
15
1

Mar 29
Jan 31

5% Mar 14
38
Feb
9
18 % Mar 17
79 % Feb 28

28% Mar 13
33% Mar 10
7% Mar 3
30% Mar 28
19% Mar 10
1% Jan 18
35% Jan 12
26 % Mar 6
50% Jan 10

52

General Quotations
OF BONDS AND STOCKS

stock exchanges of the country,
of General Quotations we com¬
dealt in on the exchanges, but
index to the different classes of securities quoted:

In the earlier part of this publication complete records of the dealings on the leading
for the latest month and for the calendar year to date, are furnished. In this department
bine in one comprehensive whole, securities of all classes and description, not only those

inactive securities. The following is an

also leading unlisted and

Page
63
78

and Trust Companies

80

Exchange Seats
Federal Land Bank Bonds
Foreign Government Bonds
Industrial Bends
Industrial and Miscellaneous

Investing Companies Securities
Municipal Bonds—Domestic

88
67
78
79

Canadian
Publio Utility Bonds
Public Utility Stocks
Railroad Bonds

66
67

Stocks.

Real Estate Bonds

Real Estate Stocks.

98

Securities Called for Redemption
United States Government Securities

62

93
.96

78

78

United States Territorial Bonds

87

Insurance Stocks

Page
64
66

KB Equipment Trusts
Railroad Stocks

67
61

Page
Banks

prefixed to bond prices denotes that the quotation is a flat price—that is, that the accrued interest
part of the price, and therefore the purchaser does not have to provide for it separately in making payment. In the
of income bonds and bonds in default, the price is always "flat," and no designating mark is employed to indicate

The letter "f"
forms
case

the fact.

Quotations for guaranteed stocks are "and dividend"; that is, the accrued dividend must be paid in addition to the price.
It should be borne in mind in the use of these tables that the quotations for many inactive and unlisted securities are

merely nominal, but in all cases the figures are obtained from sources which are considered reliable. „
The following abbreviations are often used, viz.: "M" for mortgage, "g" for gold, "gtd" for guaranteed, "end" for
endorsed, "cons" for consolidated, "conv" for convertible, "sf" for sinking fund, "lg" for land grant, "opt" for optional.
The italic type in the letters showing the interest period indicates the month when the bonds mature.
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OP MARCH 30, 1961.
VOTICE—All bond prices are "and interest" except where marked "P and income and
Bid

Bond

Aak

Bonds—

Nat

RAILROAD BONDS

Akron Canton At Youngstown—
Cons mtge 4s ser A 1988—_A-0
Cons mtge 4%s ser B 1988—A-O
Akron Union Passenger Depot—
1st mtge 4Vis ser A 1974
J-J
Alabama Great Southern—
1st mtge~3y«s ser A 1967
M-N
Alabama At Vicksburg Ry—

73
82
86

99%

Albany & Susquehanna RR—
1st mtge ext 2%s 1971
A-O
Gen mortgage 4%s 1975
J-J
Allegheny At Western—
1st mortgage gtd 4s 1998
A-O
Ann Arbor 1st mtge 4s 1995
Q-J
Atchison Topeka At Santa Pe—
General gold 4s 1995
-A-O
4s stamped July 1 1995
M-N
Atlanta

&

Charlotte

81
96 Va
65
62

95>/4
91 %

mtge 3%s 1963
M-N
Atlanta Knoxville At Northern—
1st con 4s Mar 1 2002
MS
Atlantic Coast Line RR—
Gen mtge 4s ser A 1980
MS
Gen unif series A 4Vis 1964
J-D
Gen mtge 4 Vis ser C 1972
J-J
Gen mtge 3%s ser D 1980
M-S

J-D

Irreg ctfs of Indebtedness 5s
Atlantic At Danville Ry Co—
1st 3s July 1999
2nd 3s July 1999

97%
75

89

5s

100%
95%
so y2
99 %

__

67%

4%s

1

Albany 5s 00^1963
Improvement 1978

Ext

Ac Maine RR—
1st mtge 5s series AC 1967
'•T mtge 6s ser SS 1965
Tnc mtge 4%8 A July 1970

89
76

75%

70
58
98
68

Boston

F-A
M-N

40%
471/4
fl6%

42%
47%
17%

J-J

at

to

Dec

f44%
61
f27
83

74%
f67%
90

28%
f21
60

71%
74'"
60
f54

1st mtge 4s series A 1965
Carthage At Adirondack Rv—
Is:
guarnueed 4s 1981
Centra I ot Georgia —
1st mtse 4s ser A 1995
Gen mtge 4%s ser A 2020
Gen mtge 4V28 ser B 2020
Central Pacific—
1st At ref 3 Vis ser A 1974
1st mtge 3% s ser B 1968
Central RR of New Jersey—
Gen
mtge
3V48
1987

Charleston
Cons
5s

At West
1964

Carolina

101

86%
93

91%
77%

M-S
«.

97%




for

redemption,

95 V4
94 »/4
78%

-J-J

68 y8

70%

May

f85%

May

f66

F-A

86

F-A

92%

3-J

38%

3-J
3-J

see

page

98%
86%
86 y8
93%
86

69
—

•

;

21%
—

71%
75

60%
54%

56%
73

1992

Denver At Rio Grande
1st mtge ser A (3%

45

f32

36

Denver At 8alt Lake Ry—
Inc mtge {3% fixed and

1993

1%
J-J

Detroit At Mackinac Ry—
1st lien 4s 1995
2nd mtge gold 4s 1995
Detroit Terminal At Tunnel—

80

M-N

99%

Detroit Toledo At Ironton—
1st mtge 2%s ser B 1976
M-S
Detroit At Toledo Shore Line—

68%

4%s

1961

mtge 3V4s series A 1982—J-D

Elmlra At WUliamsport—
Income 5s 2862
A-O
El Paso At Southwestern RR—
1st At refunding 5s 1965
A-O
5s stamped 1965
A-O

58

84%

66%

guar

46%
46

83%

J-D
J-D

Elgin Jollet At Eastern—
1st mtge 3%s series A 1970—M-S

55%

.a

Western—

fixed 1%>
contingent Interest) 1993
J-J
AIncome mtge ser A 4%%
contingent Interest) 2018-April

1st

Nst

44

43

58%
58%

MS

Chicago Union Statiom—
1st

mtge 3V»s series F 1963

1st mtge 2%s series G 1963

j

96%
96%

J-J

J-J

Chicago At Western Indiana—
1st coll tr mtge 4%s A 1982 M-N
Cli.c Indianapolis <5t Western—
1st istp mod> 3-5s 1965
M-N

1st mtge
Cuba
1 st

87

65%

68

82

72%

73%

58
81
99 3?

59

100%

At

...J-D

._

Railroad Co—
mtge 4s June 30

1970

& equip 4s 1970

.

..

1st Hen At ref 4s ser a IPTO
1st lien At ref 4s ser B 1970

Erie Railroad Co—
Gen mtge conv lnc

89

—

70

80

—

100 y.

—

—

86%
84

63

66

67

70

—

J-.l
J-D
J-D

78

82

46%
39 y4

47%

5s Income debs Jan 1 2020
A-O
Ohio Dlv 1st mtge 3y4s 1971_M-S

f23%
70

__

89%

a__
a

Lackawanna RR of N J Dlv—
1st 4s ser A May 1 1993 ...M-N
1st lnc 4s ser B May 1 '93.M-N
Morris At Essex dlv—
Coll tr 4-6s 2042
N Y Lackawanna At Western Dlv
1st At ref 5s ser C 1973
M-N
Income 5s 1993
M-N
Osw-igo Ar Syracuse—
4-fis Mav 1
1993
Pe^nsvlvanfa Division ref mtge—
Ref M At coll trust 5% ser A

98%
96%
95
94

due

92

b Basis,

e

Ex-interest,

1

1985

f Flat price,

25
76

Florida East

Coast Rj Co—
1st At refunding 5s 1974
1st mtge 5s series A 2011
2nd mortgage
conv

inc ser A

M-S
J-J

f67
67 Va

69

2011—J-J

f38%

40%

Johnstown At Gloversvllle—
2nd conv Income 4%s 2011
Apr

68%

Fonda
Fort
1st
Fort
1st
Fort
1st

Des Moines At South—
lnc 4s Dec 31 1991
An-May
Street Union Depot Co—
sinking fund 3%s 1965—J-D
Whrth At Denver Ry Co—
mtge 4%s 1982
M-N

fn75

__

Dodge

4s

Gen
Gen
Gen

95

1962

90

94

J-J

100

J-J

Grand Trunk Pacific—
Western Dlv 1st 3s 1962

Sterling

f42

101

101
102

—

mtge 5s 1973 series C—.J-J
4%8 1976 series D
J-J
mtge 3V#s ser N 1990
J-J

2000
1982
2010

103%
97

101

J-J

71%
67ys
68%
56%

59

Feb
Feb

f65
fll%

13

J-J

92%

Green Bay At Western—
Debenture certificates A
Debentures certificates B
Guantanamo At Western—
1st mtge 6s ser A due 1958
Extended at Af» to 1970

95

99% 100

J-J

J-J

f8

5s "assented" 1932
J-J
Gulf Mobile At Ohio RR—
Gen inc 5s series A Apr 2015
Gen lnc 4s series B 2044
J-J
1st At ref 3%s ser G 1980—M-N
5s
Income
debs 2056
J-D

f27

102

—

41

72

69

a

Dayton Union Ry—
General B 3 Vis 1965—
J-D
Delaware At Hudson—
1st At ref mtge 4s ext 1963..M-N
Delaware Lackawanna At Western—

__

26%

f26%

Gen mtge 3V8s ser O
Gen mtge 3%s ser P
(Jen mtge 2%s ser Q

a_-j-v

—

4%s 2015_Apr

Great Northern
a

99%
99%

—

1st cons mtge 3y4s ser E "64.A-O
1st cons M 3%s ser F 1990
J-J
1st cons M 3y«s ser G 2000—J-J

5y2s

(series of 1942)—

iy:o

Impvt

91

93
84 y2

Valley —
1st 4s gold guaranteed 1995
M-N
Connecting Ry (Philadelphia »—
1st mtge 3%s ser A 1976..
M-S
Cuba Northern Rv«-Terminal

100

88

Cleveland Clnn Chtc At St LouisGeneral 4s gold 1993
J-D
Gen mtge 5s series B 1993
J-D
Ref At Imp 4%s ser E 1977
J-J
Cincinnati Wabash At Michigan
Dlv 1st 4s 1991...
J-J
St Louis dlv 1st 4s 1990
M-N
Cleveland Short Line 4%s 1961 A-O

Cleveland

97

98

Cincinnati Union Terminal Co—
1st mtge 3%s series E 1969..f-a
1st mtge 2%s series G 1974
F-A

66%

39%

Ask

57%

__

__

29

54

80%

96.

76%

102

—

60

Refunding and lmpv» mtge—
2.70s series G-21 1967.___.F-A
2 75s series G-22 1963
F-A
2 80s series G-23 1964
F-A
2 B5s series G-24 1965
F-A
2 90s series G-25 1966
F-A
Called

__

57%

Richmond Ar Allegbanv Dlv—
Cons mtge 1st 4s 1989
2nd cons mtge 4s 1989

a

101%

3-D

Chesapeake At OhioGeneral 4V2s gold 1992
MS
Ref At Impvt 3%s ser D 1996.M-N
Rpf At lmpvt 3%s ser E 1996-F-A
R»r At impvt 3%s ser H 1973.J-D

85

1983__F-A

4s

100

28%

Chicago Terre Haute At Southeast—
1st At ref M 2%s-4y4s Jan 1 1994
Income mtge 2%s-4y4s Jan 1 1994

.

Ry—
_J-J

2nd 4-6s May 1

48
65

73%
74%
103 %

4 %8 Income debs 1995
1 >t mtge 5%s series C
,

f58

.

Canada Southern 5s 1962
A-O
Canadian Pacific Ry—
t o iv coll ir 3Vas
1970.
A-O
Conv coll tr 3%s 1966
_A-0
Conv coll tr 4s 1969.
J-D
Is coii>o] deb
iperpetual)
3-J
Csroltna Clinchfleld At Ohio—

Ry Dlv 1st 3-5s May 1 1992

—

contingent)

1962

Chicago At North Western—
2nd mtge conv lnc 4%s 1999_Apr
1st mtge 3s ser B 1989
__J-J
Chicago .lock Island At Pac Ry—
1st mtge 2%s ser A 1980
J-J

17
10

70

M-S

'

1st

102%

80

3%

J-J

J-J
Chicago Milw St Paul — Pac RR—
1st mtge 4s ser A 1994
J-J
Gen Income 4y2s A 2019
April
G»n Income 4%s B 2044
April
5s lnc debs 6er A Jan 1 2055.M-S

80

73 y2

A-O
F-A

87

Del* Lackawanna At West—(Cont'd)
Ref mtge At coll trust 4%%
ser B due May 1 1985
Utlca Chenango At Susquehanna
Warren RR 1st ref 3%a 2000_F-A

F-A

1st inc 4s ser A Jan 1 1983
2nd income 4%s 2003

_.

68%

54
95
65

85
85
93

Chicago Memphis At Gulf—

88
75

1994

&

J-J
April

96
92 %

*

Boston

80%

Bid

Bonds—

Net

Chicago Indianapolis At Louisville

78

J-D

M-N

70

buy City & Battle Creek—
1st 3s 1989
Bedford Belt Ry—
1st 2%s-4y4s Jan

M-N

Jan

Gen mtge lnc 4y2s 2038
3%s coll trust 1969

—

68'/a

J-D

guaranteed 3s 1989

debs

Chicago Great Western Ry—
1st mtge 4s 1988

86

Baltimore At Ohio RR—

4%s conv Income Feb 1 2010 May
4%s conv deb ser A 2010
J-J
1st consolidated mtge—
3%s
series A 1970
F-A
4s series B 1980
M-S
4%s series C 1995
A-O
Battle Creek & Sturgls Ry—

lnc

1 2054
Chicago At Erie 1st 5s 1982

91%

fl5
f5

_

Ask

F-A

F-A
F-A
Chicago At Eastern 111 (new co)—
Gen mtge conv inc 5s Apr 1997
1st mtge 3%s ser B 1985
M-N

Air Line—

1st

1st

1st At ref mtge 2%s 1970
1st At ref mtge 3s 1990
1st At ref mtge 4%s 1978

76
86

90

M-N

5s series A 1974

1st mtge

Bid

Chicago Burlington At Quincy—
1st At ref mtge 3Vis 1985
F-A

defaulted bonds

Guayaquil At Quito Ry—

39
fl8

42
20

43

45

60%

f24%

62

29

70y8

—

55%

56

84%
f65

—

67%

25%

f42

46

50

55

k Last sale,

9%

n

Harlem River At Port ChesterSee N Y N H & Hartford
Hocking Valley 4%s 1999
J-J
Hudson At Manhattan—
1st lien At ref 5s ser A 1957.. F-A

AdJ lnc up to

Nominal,

r

Canadian

Feb 1957. A-O
dollar

value.

96

97%

f68

69%
12%

fll%

NOTICE—All

bond

QUOTATIONS FOR ATT- SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH
price* are "and interest" except where marked "t" and

Bid

Bonds—

Ask

Bid

minol* central—
JI-H

84

series B 1979—
JC-N
Cons mtge 3%s ser O 1974—M-N
Cons mtge 3%s ser F 1984
J-J
1st mtge 314s ser Q 1980
F-A
1st mtge 3%s series H 1989—M-S
314s s f debs 1980
J-J
Indiana Harbor Belt RR—
1st mortgage 5 V** 1982
J-D

1st cons 4s Oct 1951
Plan B
6s (formerly 444s 1926)

84

Indianapolis Union Ry Co—
Ref A Imp 214s ser C 1980—J-D
Interna tl Rys (Central Amer)—
Purchase money 5s 1972
J-J
Jacksonville Terminal—
1st mtge 334* ser A 1977—J-D

—

9944

MM

135

_rn.

r

,

101

66

—

72
82

—

73

1st mtge 3%s ser O
Kansas City Terminal

82

—

783/4

83

80

84

7744

89%

J-D

1st mtge 2%s
A-O
Kansas Oklahoma & Gulf—
1st mtge 344s
1980
Af-S
Kentucky Central 4s gold 1987 J-J

Kentucky & Indiana Term RR—
1st mtge 4%s 1986
Af-S
Lackawanna RR of N J Dlv—
See Del Lack A Western
Lakefront Dock A RR Terminal—
1st mtge s f 3%s ser A 1968
J-D
1st mtge a f 344s ser B 1974_F-A
Lake Shore A Michigan South—
Cons gold ref 344s 1997
J-D

84

—

102%

91 y.
87

—

1994.

61%

62%
59

57

60

Lehlgh Valley Harbor Term Ry—
1st

mtge 5s ext to 1984

F-A

Lehigh Valley Ry Co (N Y)—
1st mtge 444 s ext to 1974
J-J
Lehigh Valley RR Co—
Cons 444 s Apr 1 1989
J-D
Gen cons mtge bonds—
Ser
Ser
Ser
Ser
Ser

A 4s fixed lnt 2003
Af-N
B 444s fixed lnt 2003__Af-N
C 5s fixed lnt 2003
Af-N
D 4s cont lnt 2003—May
E 444s cont lnt 2003
May
Ser F 5s cont lnt 2003
May

Lehigh Valley Terminal Ry—
1st mtge 5s ext to 1979.
Lexington & Eastern Ry—

63%

—

60

61%

57

60

50
51

5544
13244
13244

MM

34%
35
42

139

62%

1st gtd 5s 1965
Little Maml gtd 4s 1862.
Louisiana & North West RR—

102

General sinking fund 5s 1974-J-J
Non-cum income deb 5s 20O8_July
Louisville A Nashville—
1st A ref M 344s ser F 2003.A-0
1st A ref M 244s ser G 2003-A-0
1st A ref M 344s ser H 2003-A-O
1st A ref M 344s ser I 2003-A-O
St Louis Dlv 1st 3s 1980
MS

MM

f92
130

Macon Terminal 5s 1965
Maine Central—

97%

—J-J

1st mtge A col] 544s 1978.
1st A coll tr 5s 1980.
Income debs 544s 2008.

r-A
a-o
JiS

98%

35

68 %

69
70

63%
79
70

6834

MM

"

98

99%

8434

86

80
172

MM

75

Maryland A Pennsylvania RR—
1st extended 2-4s 1981
MS
1st cons ext 2-6s 1993.
-A-O
Mexican International RR—
1st cons 4s Sep 1977 (1922 ass'nt)

f90

Stamped Plan B
Sterling 444s Sep '47 ('22 aM'nt)
Stamped Plan B
Michigan Central—
Ref A Impvt 444s 1979 ser C
J-J
Midland Valley RR—

J-J

1997

1998
F-A
Michigan Cent coll 344 s 1998_F-A
New York Chicago 6s St Louis—
Ref mtge 344s ser E 1980
J-D
Ref mtge 3s ser F 1986
-A-O
Ref mtge 334 s ser G 1978
MS
444s Income debs 1989
J-J)
New York Connecting RR—
1st mtge 234s ser B 1975
A-O

it- __

93

57%

58%

53

54%

54
60

83%
81%

B2

88

mm

89%

__

—

83
68

85

San Francisco Terminal—
1st mtge 334s ser A 1975.

J-J

67%

70

Af-N

New York Susq 6s Western—
Term 1st 4s 1994
1st 6s cons 4s ser A 2004
Gen mtge 444s ser A 2019
Norfolk Term 1st gtd 4s 1961
Norfolk 6s Western Ry —
1st cons 4s 1996
North Pennsylvania RR—

69%

49

52

55%

56%

fnl%
28

11

68

f5%
12 %

J-J
J-J

63
f63

63%

J-J

fl7%

95%

—

96%

75

88%

Af-S

83

80
"

MM

"

86

1st 5s ext at 4%

to 1963

A-O

Minneapolis A St Louis Ry—
1st mortgage 6s 1985.

-M-N
Minn St P & Sault Ste Marie—
1st Income 444s Jan 1971
May

General mtge 4s Jan 1991

May

—•

a-o

91% 101
62
61%
99
98%
92%

J-D

65

MS

45

83%
90

88%
7644
f51

—

—

8834
78

51%

1st mtge 444s ser B
1st mtge 444s ser C
Gen mtge 434s ser A

Jan 1
Jan 1
Jan 1
Gen mtge 434s ser B Jan 1
5s Income debs Jan
Coll trust 444s 1976

1

1990
2005
2020
2030

2045

Af-N

Mohawk 6s Malone —
1st guaranteed gold 4s

1991—M-S
Consolidated gold 344s 2002
If-S

Monongahela Ry Co—
1st mtge 344s series B 1966
Monon Railroad—
6s Income debentures April
Morris A Essex Railroad—
1st ref gtd 344s 2000
Division bonds—
,

See

F-A

2007

96%
95%

97

77

80
72

17034
fl8%

60%
76%
76
f59
155 %

153%
96%

58%
45
93

f24%

96%

19%
63

72%
71%
59%
55%
53%

98%

70
47
—

' 50

A_J-J

41%

N Y Cana* 6s RR—
1st extended 444s 1969-A-O
extended 4s 1969
A-O

Pennsylvania Company—
544s coll trust 1985
Pennsylvania RR—

Gen M 5s

25%
41%

Gen

1970 series a

M 5s 1975 series B
M 33is series E 1975

444s coll tr a f 1970
Nashville Chattanooga 6s St

A-O

87

1st M 5s 1962 series B
1st gen 5s 1974 series C

1st mtge 3s ser B 1986.

F-A

77

1st 4',4 s series D 1977

Called

for

redemption, see page 96.




b Basis,

e

Ex-interest,

f Flat

price,

J-J

74

73%
56%

75
57

%
%
%
61

—

68%

63

72%

—

6934

70

170%

70%

70
166%

6634

89
80

84%

90%

—

7934

—

93

96

78%
87%

—

99% 100%
55%

57

9534
94%
100% 100%
89
89%
—

Terminal Co

70%
61

T

103%

...

—

105% 106%
93
66

--

-

69
99

—

85%

—

85

—

61

—

82%
81

—

86%
75

_

76

95

96

77%

78%

76%

—

94

97

C 1991—Af-S
F-A

81%

71

70

—

(Dallas)—

J-D

80
89
65

—

94

1991

344s series B 1971

—

3544

134%

Vicksburg Shreveport 6c Pacific—
Ref 62 Imp 5s ser B 1973
M-N
Virginia 6c Southwest 6s 2003
J-J
General mtge 444s 1983
Af-8
Virginian Railway—
6s subord inc debs 2008
F-A
1st lien 6c ref mtge—
3s series B 1995
Af-N
344s series C 1973
A-O
4s series F 1983
Af-N

Wabash Railroad Co—
Gen mtge 4s inc A 1981

—

Apr
Apr
F-A

99

88%
88

—

117

—

76

74%
86%
90%

76%

77

75%
80%

—

Warren RR (see D L 6c W)

8434

92
93

72%

Washington (D C) Terminal—
1st mtge 234s ser A 1970
F-A
West Shore 1st 4s 2361
J-J

Registered
West Virginia 6c Pittsburgh—
1st gold sinking fund 4s 1990.A-O
Western Maryland Ry—
Gen mtge 4s ser A 1969
A-O
1st mtge 344s series C 1979—A-O

95

75

98%
9834

54%

»

1976

Gen mtge 444s inc B

95%
82%

54
94

99%

■

>3.75 less
i4.00 less
i4.25 less

84%

m

A-O

Vera Cruz 6c Pacific RR—
1st 444s 1934 Plan B

105

99%
99
74%

78

50

Utica
See Del Lack 6c Western

—

98%

98%

—

M-S
Af-8
Chenango 6e Susq Ry Div—

98%

57%

a

RR—

1st mtge 3s 1978
United N J RR 6c Canal Co—
1st 444s Sept 1 1979
Gen
mtge 234s 1976

62

debentures 1982
J-J
Pacific RR Corp—
1st 6c ref mtge 344 s ser A '81.J-J
5s income debs 1984
A-O

5%s

—

84

55%
55%

56

81

83

92
82

97

55%

101% 105

Western

9044

A-O

73%

F-A
J-D
J-D

Western

series B 1967

234s debentures
Union

59
—-

6c

Union Pacific—
Ref mtge 244s ser

—■

J-D
A-O

Pittsburgh 6c West Virginia Ry—
1st mtge 334s series A 1984
Af-S
Pitts Youngstown 6c Ashtabula—

Del Lack A Western

Muskogee Company—

a

T-D

General gold 444s 1965
J-D
General gold 5s Dec 1 1968
J-D
Gen mtge 444s 1981 ser D
A-O
Gen mtge 444s ser E 1984
J-J
Gen mtge 344s ser F 1985
J-J
Secured serial bonds—
4s 1962
J-J
4s 1963
J-J
4s 1964
J-J
Peoria 6s Eastern Ry—
2nd cons Income 4s 1990
Apr 1
Peoria 6c Pekln Union Rv—
1st mtge 344s ser A 1975
J-J
Pere Marquette Ry—
1st mtg£ 334s series D 1980
Af-S
Phila Baltimore 6c Washington—
General 5s 1974 series B
F-A
Gen mtge 444s 1977 series C
J-J
Phila & Reading Term RR—
1st sinking fund 3"4s 1966.. Af-S
Piedmont 6c Northern 334s *66_J-D
Pitts Bessemer 6c Lake Erie—
1st mtge 234s ser A 1996
J-D
Pitts Cin Chic 6c St Louis Ry Co—
444s series I 1963
F-A
'4%s series J 1964
Jtf-N
Pitts Cin Chic 6c St Louis RR Co—

Gen

J-D

6s

Cons
Cons

85

Missouri-Kansas-Texas RR—
Prior lien 5s 1962 series A
J-J
Prior lien 4s 1962 series B
J-J
Prior lien 444s 1978 series D
J-J
AdJ mtge 5s Jan 1 '67 ser A_A-0
5'/as subord lnc detos 2033
J-J
Missouri Kansas 6s Texas Ry Co—
1st gold 4s 1990
J-D
Missouri Pacific RR—

Penn

Toledo Peoria
1st mtge 4s

—

Q-J
q-f

Oswego 6s Syracuse (see D L 6s W)
f20

series C 1990
A-O
Texas 6s Pacific Ry—
1st gold 5s 2000
J-D
Gen 6c ref M 334s ser E 1985. J-J
Texas Pac-Mo Pac Term RR—
334s mtge ser A 1974
J-D
Toledo Terminal RR—
1st mtge 434s 1982

f2444

f96

Terminal RR Assn (St Louis)—
Ref 6c imp 4s ser C 2019
J-J
Ref 6s imp M 234s ser D 1985-A-O
Texas A New Orleans RR Co—
344s series B 1970
A-O

334s

99

J-D

J-D

1st 3s Dec 1 1989

2%
57

A-O

New Orlns 6z Northeastern RR—
Joint 334s 1977
M-N

Sturgis Goshen 6s St Louis Ry—

55

Af-N

J-J

Memphis Div gold 5s 1996

6

MM

Pacific

Spartanburg Union 6c Columbia—
1st 4s 1995—
J-J

—

a

83%

RR Co—
1st mtge 234s ser E. 1986lst mtge 234s ser F 1996.
1st mtge 5%S ser H 1983.
Southern Railway—
1st consolidated gold 5s 1994 J-J
1st mtge coll tr 444s 1988
F-A
Aiken Branch 4s 1998
J-J
Southern

1%
28%

no%

MS

1972

Northern Central 5s 1974 A
Gen 6c ref 444s A gtd 1974
•Northern Pacific—
Prior lien gold 4s Jan 1997

M-N

»f-N
Af-N

62

6s Hartford—
interest.
1st 6s ref M 4s ser A 2007
J-J
Gen M lnc conv 444 s A 2022_May
Harlem River 6s Port Chester—
1st mtge 444s ser A 1973
J-J
New York Ontario 6s Western—
Ref 1st gold 4s Jun 1992
M-S
Gen mtge gold 4s 1955
J -D
N Y Putnam 1st 4s gold 1993—A-O

Gen lien gold 3s Jan 2047
Ref 6s lmpvt 444 s 2047, ser
Coll trust 4s 1984
St Paul-Duluth Division
4s 1996
Norwich 6s Worcester RR—
1st mtge 444s ser B 1967

60

67

J-J
M-S

St Louis Southwestern—
_M-N
1st gold 4s 1989.
-j-J
2d gold lnc 4s Nov 1989St Paul 6c Duluth—
1st consolidated gold 4s 1968_J-D
St Paul-Duluth Division
See Northern Pacific
St Paul Union Depot—
1st 6c ref M 344s ser B 1971—A-O
San Francisco Terminal—
See Southern Pacific Co
Scioto Valley 6e New Engl'd RR—
1st gtd 4s 1989
M-N
Seaboard Air Line RR Co—
1st mtge 3s series B 1980
Af-N
334s s f debs 1977
M-S
South 6c North Alabama—
Gen cons gtd gold 5s 1963—A-O
Southern Indiana Ry—
1st mortgage 234s 1994
J-J
Southern Pacific Co—
1st 444s (Ore Lines) 1977
Af-S

56%

Y New Haven
Certificates of

mortgage

5534

J-J

40-year 444s 1969
50-year 444s 1981

New York Lack 6s Western—
1st 6s ref 4s series A 1973
Af-N
1st 6s ref 444s 1973 ser B__Af-N
Division bonds—
See Del Lack A Western

334s

MM

79
83
92

—A-O

J-J

New York 6s Harlem RR—
1st 344s 2000
4s mtge series A 2043
4s mtge series B 2043

—

>

~

5534
59%
66%

J-J

1996

2nd mtge 444s ser A 2022
1st mtge 4s ser B 1980
5s Income debs ser A 2006

75

155

5s

gold 6s 1996

St Louis-San Francisco Ry—
1st mtge 4s ser A 1997

MM-

85%

Ref gold 344s July 1
Lake Shore coll 344*

N

75

M-N

Ref 6s lmpvt 444s 2013 ser A_A-0
Ref 6s lmpvt 5s 2013 ser C
A-O
Collateral trust 544s 1980
J-J
Collateral trust 534s 1980
J-J
Coll trust 6s 1980
A-O
New York Central 6s Hud River—

1st
2d

f24

mtge 4s 1998 series A—F-A

Gens

101

38

Orleans Term—

New

1st mortgage 334s 1977
New York Central RR—

58

Registered
Lehigh A Lake Erie RR Co—
extended

81%

35%

136

3 yr 6 % 8 notes Jan 1914
Plan B
r-A
N J Junction 1st 4s gtd 1986Registered
New Orleans Great Northern—
Inoome debentures 5s 2032
J-J
New Orleans 6s Northeastern
See Southern Railway

39

A*

Bid

Reading Company—
1st 6e ref M 344 s ser D 1995_Af-N
Richmond Term 334s 1965
M-S
St Lawrence 6c Adirondack Ry—

134%

—

fn

Kanawha <fc Mich 1st 4s 1990
A-O
Kans City St Louis A Chicago RR—
1st 414s May 31 2022
Kansas City Southern Ry—

1984
Ry—
1974

48

138

Plan B
Sink fund 4s Oct 1977
Plan B
3 mos 6% notes Dec 1913
Plan B

.

bond*

Bonds—

36

146

Plan B
National Rys of Mexico—
Prior lien 444s July 1957

defaulted

Portland (Me) Term gtd 4s '6U-J
Guaranteed 5s 1961
J-J
1st mtge 644s 1986
F-A
Providence A Worcester RR—
1st mtge 434s ser A 1967-

Extended to Jan 1933

83
77
77
72
75

30, 1961.
income and

Ask

National RR of Mexico—

Cons mortgage 3%«
series A 1879Oons mortgage 634a-3%8

1st 444s

53

RAILROAD BONDS

April, 1961

8834

—

100
92
80

k Last sale,

91
90

94%

Wheeling 6c Lake Erie RR—

—

82

100%
—
•

n

75%
93%

Gen 6c ref M 234s ser A 1992JA-S
Gen 6c ref M 234s ser B 1974_F-A
Gen 6C ref M 234s ser C 1974_F-A
Wisconsin Central RR—
1st 4s series A Jan 1 20O4
Gen income 444s Jan 1 2029

Nominal,

r Canadian

dollar value.

73%
80

80
59

14044

"

6044

4344

ItAlLiROAD EQUIPMENT

54
NOTICE—All

RAILROAD EQUIPMENT
CERTIFICATES

bond

Dec.

TRUST

Chesapeake & Ohio Ry—(Cont'd)

month, the quotations shown are the Dec. 30,
1960, valuations, published on the assumption
that little change has taken place in the quoted
value of the bonds since that date. For the
certificates issued sinee Dec. 30, the bid prices
at the time of issuance are shown.
For the
serial issues, we are indicating the bid for the
lowest, and the bid for the highest maturity.
Dec. 30, 1960
Bid Price

Alabama Great Southern RR—

1961-1987

100% to

99'/#

99% to

897a

Ann Arbor Railroad—

3%s series C April 1 1962-72
Atlantic Coast Line RR—
2%s series J March 1 1962-64_
2%s (J 2nd) March 1 1962-64_
4y«s series K Jan 1 1962-72
4%s series L July 15 1961-1975

47as series M Aug 15 1961-1975_

987, to

94%

98 y2 to

100 y8 to

95%
951/2

1001/4 to
ioo y8 to

98%
947a

Baltimore & Ohio RR—

2%s series AA July 1 1961-64—
2'/2S series BB Jan 1 1962-65
3s series CC Sept 1 1961-66

99 Ya to

94

98% to
99% to

927a
92%

3s series DD March 1 1962-67
3y8s series EE June 1 1961-67-_
Series FF—
3y»s (1st & 2d) Dec 1 1961-67

9874 to
99% to

9iy4
91%

99% to
99% to

91 ya

99% to
99Yt to
100Ya to

877a
907a

997a to

937s

1007a to

977s

3y»s (3rd inst) Dec 1 1961-67
Series GG—
1st & 2nd 37as Jan 1 1962-71
3rd & 4th 3%s Jan 1 1962-71
47as series HH Jan 1 1962-72
4s series II (1st install)
Feb 1 1962-1972
4%s series II (2nd install)
Feb 1 1962-1972
Series JJ—
47as (1st install)
Dec 1 iqui-107a
3%s (2nd and final)
Dec 1 1961-1972

917s

951%

100 Ya to

95 Ya

997s to

9074

Bangor & Aroostook RR—
98%.to
99'/2 tO
997a to

95y8
913/4
86%

987a to

2%s series N Dec 1 1961-63
3Yas of 1952 Apr 1-Oct 1 '61-'67
27as of 1954 June 1 1961-1969__

85%

2%s series P of 1954—
1

Nov

1961-1969

Belt Ry Co of Chicago—
27as of 1950—

April

1-Oct 1

99

1961-62

to

967s

Boston & Maine RR—

4%s series I (1st and 2nd)
6s

March 1 1962-1971
series I (3rd install)
March 1 1962-1971

963/4 to

75%

977a to

85%

Central of Georgia—

3%s
3%s
3%s
27as

series W May 1 1961-67

997a to

series X Nov 1 1961-67

99% to
99ya to
99% to

series Y Sept 1 1961-68

series Z Aug 1 1961-1969__
3y8s series A Mar 1 1962-70
3y4s ser B Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-71
4%s ser C May 1-Nov 1 1961-71
5s ser D June 1-Dec 1 1961-72-

92%
927c
93y4
87

987a to

87%

99% to
100% to

877a
9874

1007a to 102

997a to 91

99% to 92 y2

3s of 1956
1st installment Feb 20 1962-71
3s 2nd of '56 June 4 1961-71—
37as 3rd of 1956 Oct 23 1961-71

4y8s 3rd of 1956 Oct 23 1961-71
37aS of 1957 Feb 25 1962-72
41/4S of 1957
1st installment June 1 1961-72
4%s Of 1957
2nd instal June 1 1961-1972__
4'/2s of 1959 (1st part)
1st installment June 1 1961-74
4%s of 1959 (2nd and final)
June
1
1961-1974
41/4S of 1960 Nov 1 1961-1975
Chicago & Eastern Illinois Ry—

947a

10074 to
993/4 to

967a
94 74

100

to

97%

1007a to

987a

100Ya to

99%

•

•

|

Central RR of Pennsylvania—
2%s of 1947 A June 15 1961-62
2%s of 1947 B July 15 1961-62
2%s of 1948 A April 15 1962-63
2%s of 1950 April 1 1962-65...
3s of 1951 Aug 1 1961-66

1007a to 977a

1

987a to

1961-1962

2s

1961-1964

1

98% to

997a to 94
99 Ya to

98

to
97'/4 to

997a to

2y8s

Chicago St North Western Ry—
27as (1st 1948) Aug 1 1961-1963
27as (2nd 1948) Nov 1 1961-63.
27as (1st 1949) June 1 1961-64.
2%s (2nd 1949) Aug 1 1961-64
21/4S of 1950 April 1 1962-65
2%s of 1951 March 15 1962-66.
3s (1st 1952) May 1 1961-673%s (2nd 1952) July 1 1961-67
3y2s (1st 1953) April 1 1962-683%s (2nd 1953) Jun 15 1961-68
3%s (3rd 1953) Aug 15 1961-63
27as of 1954 Mar 1 1962-1969..
27as (2nd 1954) May 1 1961-69
3%s Of 1955 July 15 1961-1970
3%s (1st 1955) Nov 1 1961-70—
374S (2nd of *55) Nov 1 1961-70
4%s of 1956 June 15 1961-71
5s (2nd of '56) Nov 1 1961-71
5ySs (3rd Of '56) Nov 15 *61-71
5%s of 1957 March 15 1962-72.
6s (2nd of *57) July 15 1961-72
574s (1958 1st St 2nd part)
Jan 1 1962-73
57is (2nd of 1958 1st part)
Oct 15 1961-1973
5%s (2nd of 1958 2nd part)
Oct 15 1961-1973

5'/4S

9974 to 87%
99 72 to
997a to

89%
94%

987a to

933/4

987a to
99
to
987a to

91%

9674 to

9774
99%
99y4
9874
99%
997a

to
to
to
to

9374
91
887a
877a
8674
877a
877a
887a

to
to 883/4
977a to 82%
99V* to 827a
99 7a to 837a
9974 to 85%
99% to 867a
993/4 to 907a
100% to 95%
1007a to 96%
100% to 99%
100% to 10374
10074 to

973/a

96
9574

96 Ya to

94
87%
87

96% to
9874 to

93%
927a

91%

997a to

913%

997a to

9272

(2nd 1950)

927a

997a to

9174

99% to

92%

93%

99% to

9274
>

100% to

99% to

June 15-Dec 15 1961-1966

93%

1-Sept 1 1961-1967
27as (2nd 1952)
April 15-Oct 15 1961-1967
27aS (3rd 1952)
June 1-Dec 1 1961-1987

99% to

91%

X5




a

Called for

redemption,

99% to

91%

see page 96.

9174

b Basis,

91
927a

1-Sept 1 1961-1976

997a to

93%

997a to

92%

99% to

937a

987a to

9074

99% to

917a

99%

—

99% to

917a

99% to

907a

99% to

91%

99% to

897a

99% to 86%
99% to

87

99% to

88%

99% to

9374

100

to

96%

99% to

947a

to

97%

100

100% to 1007a
to

9974

100% to

9774

100

Chicago Rock Island St Pac RR—
27is series A
Jan 1-July 1 1961-1963
2%s series C
■
-

99% to

96

April 1-Oct 1 1961

98%

—

2%s series D
May 15-Nov 15 19612%s series E

98%

—

99%

—

99

—

98%

90%

l-July 1 1961

Jan

l%s series F

April 1-Oct 1 1961
2%s series G
June

1-Dec 1 1961-1965

S%6 series J
April 1-Oct 1 1961-1966

9974 to 917a

27as series-K
May 1-Nov 1 1961-1966

99% to 91%

series L
Jan 1-July

1

99% to 917a

1961-1967

99 V* to 90

April 1-Oct 1 1961-1967

1007a to
100Ya to

9774
9674

Feb 1-Aug 1
2%s series O
Jan 1-July 1

Chicago Burlington St Qulncy RR
of

907s

2%s series N

1961-1964

99% to 957a

1961-1965

99% to

93%

99% to

91%

p

June 1-Dec 1 1961-1967

1948

314Q

99 Ya to

957a

997a to

947a

997a to

91%

May 1-Nov 1 1961-1968
(2nd 1953)
May 1-Nov 1 1961-1971
2%s of 1954
Jan 1-July 1 1961-1969
2%s (2nd 1954)

997a to

927a

997a to

90

99% to

87>/4

June 1-Dec 1 1961-1969
27as of 1955
Jan
5-July 5
1961-1970

997a to

86%

997a to

997a to

89 7a

997a to

887a

to

94»/a

997a to

907a

£5

93 7a

99% to

cpripc

87%

Jan

2%s of 1950
March 1-Sept
374S of 1953

1

1961-1965

3%s (2nd 1955)
March 1-Sept 1 1961-1970
3%s (No 1 of 1956)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-1971—
3%s (No 2 Of 1956)
May 1-Nov 1 1961-1971
3%s (No 1 of 1957)
March 1-Sept 1 1961-1972
3%s (No 1 of 1958)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-1973
3%s (No 2 of 1958)

100

99%4 to 907a

April 1-Oct 1 1961-1973
(No 3 Of 1958)
Jan 1-July 1 1961-1973
4%S (NO 1 of 1959)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-1974
4%s (No 2 of 1959)

997a to

897a

100

to

100

to 1007/a

Jan 1-July 1 1961-1975
474S (No 1 of 1961)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-1976

100

l/m

c

cprjpc

p

June 1-Dec 1 1961-1972
47a s series S
Feb 1-Aug 1
1961-1972
3%s series T
Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-1973
4y8s series U
Feb 15-Aug 15 1961-1974
5s series V
June 15-Dec 15 1961-1974
42^5 series "W
May 15-Nov 15 1961-1975

Chicago St Paul M St O Ry—
2%s of 1947 Feb 1 1962
27aS of 1948 Dec 1 1961-1963.
37as of 1951 July 1 1861-1966.
37as Of 1952 June 1 1961-1967.
472S of 1953 July 1 1961-1968.
Cin New Orl St Texas Pac
3%s series L (1st inst)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-1967
33/as series L (2nd inst)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-1967

95%

100 Ye to

100

to 97%

99% to 89%

100

to 957a
.>

1007a to 1037a

lOlYa to 98%

97 V*

987a to

937a

997a to
99% to
99% to

89 Ya
88

93%

997a to

97%

99% to

96%

Ry-

987a

1-July 1 1961-1974
(No 3 Of 1959)
March 1-Sept 1 1961-1974
47a s (No 1 of 1960)

99% to 927a

May 1-Nov 1 1961-1968
A

1-July 1 1961-1964

Jan

1007a to 104%
to 101

100% to

98%

Chicago Great Western Ry—
2%s (1st 1949)
May 1-Nov 1 1961-1962

997a to

(2nd 1949)
Jan 15-July 15 1961-1964

97%

99% to

9474

2%s

99% to

March

997a

27as of 1952
March

1961-1969
3%s series SS
Jan 1-July 1 1961-1969
2%s series TT
May 1-Nov 1 1961-1969
3%s series UU
Jan 1-July 1 1961-1971
4s series VV (1st inst)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-1972
4%s ser W (2nd and final
instal Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-72)..
4%s series WW
Jan 1-July 1 1961-1973
4%s series XX
Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-1974
4%s series YY (1st part)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-1975
4%s ser YY (2nd St final inst)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-1975
4s series ZZ

cpripc

2YaS

967a
94 74

2%s series M

5s

997a to

1 1961-1967
37as series QQ
March 1-Sept 1 1961-1967

1007a to 10174

3%s

997a to

2%s series PP
March 1-Sept

3s

(2nd of 1958 3rd part)

Oct 15 1961-1973
5y8s of 1959 Jan 15 1962-1974.

.

983/4 to
98% to

997a to

April 1-Oct 1 1961-1965
2%s (3rd 1950)
March 1-Sept 1 1961-1965
2%s (4th 1950)
May 15-Nov 15 1961-1965
2%s of 1951
Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-1966
27as (2nd 1951)
May 15-Nov 15 1961-1966
3s (3rd 1951)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-1966
2%s (4th 1951)
April 1-Oct 1 1961-1966
3%s (5th 1951)

867a

2%s

987a to

1-July 1 1961-1965-

88

series H

3%s series I
Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-1967
378 series J
March 1-Sept 1 1961-1968
4%s series K
Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-1972
5s series L July 22 1961-1972..

88
87 y8
973/4
83 Ys

2%s of 1950
Jan

91

981/2 to

1961-1964..

June 1-Dec 1 1961-1965

9274

96% to
987a to

99V* to

(4th 1949)
May 1-Nov 1 1961-1964

96%

n

Jan 1-July 1

April 1-Oct l 1961-1964
27as series JJ
March 1-Sept 1 1961-1964.—
27is series KK
April 1-Oct 1 1961-1964
2 Yas series LL
June 1-Dec 1 1961-1965
2%s series MM
May 1-Nov 1 1961-1965
2%s series NN
June 1-Dec 1 1961
2%s series OO
April 1-Oct 1 1961-1966

3%s series RR
Jan 1-July 1

27iS of 1949

Chesapeake & Ohio Ry—
2%s (3rd 1949)
Feb 1-Aug

877a
90%

10074 to 1007a

1-July 1 1961-1963

Jan
9%Q

2%s

987a to
99% to
100
to

pi

May 1-Nov
278s series F

97% to

987a to
9874 to
99% to
99% to

2%s series HH

997a to 95
99% to 887a

April 1-Oct 1 1961r1963
Central RR of New Jersey—
27as series A Oct 15 1961-63
2%s of 1950 April 1 1962-65...
3%s- Of 1952 Oct 1 1961-67
37as of 1953 March 1 1962-68..
3y8s 1954 April 1 1962-69

Chicago Milw St Paul St Pac RR—

99% to 937a

V
i-eD 1-Aug 1 1961-1968
31/4S (2nd 1953)
April 1-Oct 1 1961-1968
37as (3rd 1953)
Jan 1-July 1 1961-68
3s of 1955 Aug 1 1961-70

cppc

Dec. 30, 1960
Bid Price

Chicago Indianapolis St Louisv RR
27aS (1st 1948) April 15 1962-63
=27as (1st 1949) Mar 1 1962-64.
2%s of 1951 March 1 1962-66..
374S of 1962 Aug 15 1961-1967..
3748 (1st 1953) Oct 15 1961-68.

997a to 93

3s of 1953

c

and defaulted bonds

income

Bid Price

(4th of 1952)
1-Sept 1 1961-1967
37.S (5th of 1952)
April 15-Oct 15 1961-1967
March

Q 3A

30, 1961.

30, 1960

3yas

The prices quoted here are the dollar valua¬
tions for practically all the outstanding issues.
It being impossible to revise these figures each

4%s series K—
June 15-Dec 15

TRUST CERTIFICATES

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH
prices are "and interest" except, wneie marked "t" and

f Flat price, k Last sale,

n

Nominal,

r

Delaware Lack St Western RR—
2%s series H
March 15-Sept 15 1961-1964.
272s series I April 1 1962-64

2%s

series

J April

1

1962-65.

3s series K March 1 1962-1967.
378S series L Jan 15 1962-1968.
2%s series M
Feb 15-Aug 15 1961-1969

3%s series N (1st inst)
May 15-Nov 15 1B61-1971
3%s series N (2nd instal)
May 15-Nov 15 1961-1971

Canadian dollar value.

98%
967a
96%
977a
97%

to 90%
to 90%
to 87%
to 85%
to 85

99

to

80%

997a to

84%

99% to

85%

RAILROAD

April, 1961
NOTICE—All

Dec. 30,1960
Bid Price

Denver & Rio Grande West RR—
2%s series L
May 1-Nov 1 1961-1962
2Vis series M
May 1-Nov 1 1961-1963
2Vis series N
April 1-Oct 1 1961-1964
2 Vis series O
June 1-Dec 1 1961-1864
2%s series P
June 1-Dec 1 1961-1965
3s series Q
June

1-Dec 1 1961-1966
2%s series R
June 1-Dec 1 1960-1967

99

to

97%

Dec. 30, 1960
Bid Price

Illinois Central RR. (Cont'd)—
4Vis series 45
Jan l-July 1 1961-1973

99 Vi to

97 Vi

lOOVito

96Vi

4 Vis

series 46
June 1-Dec 1 1962-1973
4s series 47

_

99% to

96%

99% to

94%

98% to

93%

1 1961-1974
4Vis series 1949
May 1-Nov 1 1961-1975

to

92%

4s series 50

99% to

93%

4%s series 51 Dec 1 1961-1975.

99

99% to

90%

99% to

91%

99% to

94

99% to

87%

99% to

89%

99% to

93

99% to

88%

April 1-Oct 1 1961-1974

Mar

95

iooyeto

99%

100% to

98 Vi

99% to
100% to

94%

1-Sept 1 1961-1975

4s series 52
Mar 1-Sep

to

100

4 Vis series 48
March 1-Sept

1 1961-1976

100 Vi to

96

97%

4Vis series Y
June 1-Dec 1 1961-1975

100

to

95

H o o £ ■p o 101

Jan

l-July 1 1961-1962

99% to

Indiana Harbor Belt RR—
2%s 2nd 1949 Sept 15 1961-64.
2%s of 1950 Feb 15 1962-1965.

98%

98% to

93%

97% to

91%

99

2Vis of 1950
99

to

93 %
91Va

98%

(2nd 1952)
April 15-Oct 15 1961-1&62

2%s (3rd 1952)
March 15-Sept 15 1961-1962__

—

3s of l£54 Jan 15 1962-1969
3s of 1955 July 15 1961-1970
3%s of 1956 June 15 1961-1971_
4Vis 1957 Jan 1 1962-1972

98% to
98%
97%
98 Vi
99 %
98%

Northern

96

to
to
to
to
to

96%
82%
80%
84%
88%

99% to

99% to

91%

Kansas City Southern Ry—
2 Vis series I
Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-1964
2'/es series J

99Vi to

94%

to
to

_

Lehigh & New England—
3%s series M Dec 1 1961-1986_

March 1-Sept 1 1961-1963—
of 1949
June 1-Dec 1 1961-1964
2%s of 1950

Feb

1-Aug l 1961-1965
2Vis of 1951
April 1-Oct 1 1961-1966
3s

99% to

99% to

99% to
99% to

92%

92%

96%

96%

96

98% to

92%

99% to

92%

99% to

(2nd 1951)
June 1-Dec 1 1961-1966

99% to

2%s of 1953
Jan

l-July 1 1961-1968
2Vis of '54 Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-69
2Vis (2nd 1954)
June 1-Dec 1 1961-1969
3Vis of 1956
April 1-Oct 1 1961-1971
3 Vis of 1957 Mar 1-Sep 1 '61-72
4%s (2nd of 1957)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-1972
3Vis of '58 Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-73
4s

(2nd of 1958)
March 1-Sept 1 1961-1973

4Vis

(3rd of

92%
93%

99% to
99% to

88

99% to

86%

99% to
99% to
100

to

99% to
100

to

90%

90%
93%
97%
90%

95%

1958)

June 1-Dec 1 1961-1973
4Vis of 1959

100% to

May 1-Nov 1 1961-1974

100% to

5s of 1960
Feb 1-Aug

1 1961-1975
(2nd of 1960)
March 1-Sept 1 1961-1975
4s of 1961
Mar 1-Sep 1 1961-1976

96%

Louisiana & Arkansas Ry2 Vis series D
Feb 1-Aug 1 1961

99%

100% to 104%

Louisville & NashvilleRR—
2Vis series K Sept 15 1961-1966
2Vis series L July 15 1961-1967
3 Vis series M Aug 15 1961-1968.
2Vis (ser M 2d) Aug 15 1961-68
3s series N Dec 15 1961-1968
3s series O March 15 1962-1971
3Vis series P Nov 15 1961-19 71
3Vis series Q Jan 15 1962-1973
3Vis series R Mar 1 1962-1973
3Vis series S April 15 1962-1973
4%s series T Jan 15 1962-1974
4Vhs series U June 15 1961-1974
4Vis series V April 1 1962-1975
4%s series W May 15 1961-75
4s series X Sept 1 1961-1975..
4 Vis series Y Nov 15 1961-1975.
4VeS series Z Jan 1 1962-1976—
3Vis series AA Mar 15 1962-76

99% to
99% to
99% to

91%
91%
92%

99% to

87 %

99% to
98% to
100% to
99% to
99% to
99 Vi to

100% to
100 % to

90%
97%
94%
91%
90%
89%
96%
99%
99 Vi
99%
94%

100% to

96

100
to
100 % to
100% to

to

101

100% to

98%
97 Vi

Minneapolis & St Louis Ry—
4%s series A

100% to 103%

99% to
99% to

May 10 1961-1972
ser B Aug 26 1961-1972.

4%s

91%
88%

100% to 100

Minneapolis St Paul & Saulte
Gulf Mobile & Ohio RR—
2Vis series B Sept 1 1961
2 Vis series E Feb 15 1962-1964.
3s series F

April 1-Oct 1 1961-1965

98%

97% to

93%

99% to

94%

99% to

91%

99% to

97%

3Vis series G
March 1-Sept 1 1961-1968
4 Vis series H
Jan l-July 1 1961-1972

lllnols Central RR—
2Vis series FF
April 1-Oct 1 1961-1966
3s

series

cpHPC

to

99% to

90%

(2nd 1949)
April 1-Oct 1 1961-1964
2Vis (3rd 1949)

99% to

91

1 1961-1968

99% to

90%

1 1961-1969

99% to

86%

99% to

86

99% to

85%

99% to

89%

96%

__

April 1-Oct l 1961-1969
2Vis series 40

l-July 1 1961-1970

o> 00 iS 3

94%

to

91%

98% to

91 %

98% to

90%

98% to

87%

99% to

88%

to

87%

99% to
99% to

87%

to

June 15-Dec 15 1961-1964

1-Aug 1 1961-1965

2Vis of 1951
Jan l-July 1 1962-1966
2Vis (2nd 1951)
March 15-Sept 15 1961-1966.
3Vis of 1952
Jan 15-July 15 1961-1967
3Vis of 1956 Sept 1 1961-1971.

99

84

3Vis series 41
Jan l-July 1 1961-1971
series 42
March 1-Sept 1 1961-1971
4s series 43
Jan l-July 1 1961-1972
4Vis series 44

3s

May 1-Nov 1 1961-1972
a

99% to

99% to
100

Called for redemption, see page 96.




to

87%

95%

96%

b Basis,

Missouri Pacific RR—
2 Vis series LL April 15 1962-64

2Vis series MM Aug 15 1961-64
2Vis series NN April l 1962-65
2Vis series OO Jun 1 1961-1965
2Vis series PP Feb 1 1962-1968.
3Vis series QQ Dec 15 1961-1966

f Flat price, k Last sale,

n

87

88%
89%
89%

99% to

88%
90%

91%

99 % to

100%
100%
100%
99%

100

to
to
to
to
to

to

94%
97%

97%
97%

89%
100% to 95%
100% to 99%
100% to 103%
10 0% to 102%
95

101% to

98%

100

to

93%

98% to
99% to
98% to

94%
92%
91%

99 % to

91

2%s Of 1949 Jan 1 1962-1964—
2%s (2nd 1949) Mar 15 1962-64
2%s (3rd 1949) May 15 1961-64
2%s (4th 1949) July 15 1961-64

97% to
97 % to
99% to
99
to

2%s (5th 1959) Oct 1 1961-1964
2%s Of 1950 Jan 1 1962-1965..
2%s (2nd 1950) June 15 '61-65
2%s (3rd 1950) Nov 15 1961-65
2%s of 1951 Jan 1 1962-1966..
3%s (2nd 1951) Dec 1 1961-66.
3%s of 1952 Feb 1 1962-1967—
3%s (2nd 1952) May 15 1961-67
3%s (3rd 1952) Aug 15 1961-67
3%s of 1953 Jan 1 1962-1968..

98% to
97 Vi to

3%s of 1955 Sept 15 1961-1970
4%s of 1957 Jan 1 1962-1972—
4Vis (2nd 1957) April 1 1962-72
5s (3rd 1957) Sept 16 1961-1972
5 Vis of 1960 June 1 1961-1975
4%s of 1961 Feb 15 1962-1976.
N Y Chicago & St
2s Of 1949
*

99% to
98% to
97% to
99
to
98% to
99% to
99% to
98% to

89

87%
87%
85%

98% to
99% to
99% to

88%
85%

99% to
100% to
99
to
100% to

90%

98 Vi to

92%

93%

95%
89 %

97%

Louis RR—

•

"

,

April 15-Oct 15 1961-1964—
2%s of 1950
15-Dec 15
of 1951
Jan 15-July 15
June

3s

93

92%
92 %
92%
91%
90%
89%
89%
88%
89%

1961-1965

99

to

92%

1961-1966—

99% to

93%

99% to
99% to
99% to
99% to
99% to

93%
95%
88 %

99% to

86

99% to

87%

99% to

90%

99% to

90%

99% to

93%

99% to

91%

99% to
100% to

98%

3%s of 1952
Jan l-July 1 1961-1967
2Vis of 1953 Oct 1 1961-1967—
3Vis (2nd 1953) Dec 15 1961-67
3%s (3rd 1953) July 15 1961-68
2%s of 1954 Sept 1 1961-1968
2%s (2nd of 1954)
May 1-Nov 1 1961-1969
2Vis of 1955
June 15-Dec 15 1961-1970—
3%s of 1956
June 1-Dec 1 1961-1971
3%s (2nd of 1956)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-1971

91 %
94

1957

15-Sept 15 1961-1972.
of 1958
Feb 15-Aug 15 1961-1973
4Vis of 1959
Jan 15-July 15 1961-1974
4%s of '60 May 1-Nov 1 '61-'75

Nominal,

3%s

2%s (2nd 1947) June 1 1961-62
2%s (3rd 1947) Nov 1 1961-62
2%s (4th 1947) Nov 15 1961-62
2%s (1st 1948) Feb 1 1962-1963
2%s (2nd 1948) Aug 1 1961-63
2%s (1st 1949) Feb 15 1962-64
2%s (2nd 1949) Dec 1 1961-64
3%s (1st 1953) May 1 1961-68
3%s series A (1st 1954)

96%

96% to 86%
97
to 88%
95
95
91

to
to
to
to

88

88
86

94%

99

2Vis

Feb

86%

'»

N Y New Haven & Hartford RR—
2s (1st 1947) May 1 1961-1962.

2y8s of 1950

1 1961-1968

98%
98%
99%
99%
99%

to
to
to
to
to
to

98%

2s of 1947 March 1 1962
2 Vis Of 1948
March 1-Sept 1 1961-1963
2 Vis of 1949
Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-1964

91%

2Vis series 39

Jan

95%

100

99% to

77

March 1-Sept
2 Vis series 38
March 1-Sept

85%

100% to

93%

May 1-Nov 1 1961-1967
*le

90%

99% to

99% to

2Vis series 35

;v

March

99% to

92%

89%
86%

to
sm

New York Central RR—

3%s of

Missouri-Kansas-Texas RR—

GG

3s series 36
Feb 1-Aug

Ste Marie RR—
3%s series A
Jan l-July 1 1961-1967
2Vis series B
Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-1969
4'/is series C
May 1-Nov 1 1961-1971
4Vis series D
Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-1972

99% to

May 1-Nov 1 1961-1966
2Vis series HH
Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-1967

.

3%S (2nd 1953) Mar 15 1962-68

99%

4%s

Nashville Chatt & St Louis Ry—
2%s series E Feb 1 1962-1964..
2Y4s series F May 1 1961-1965.
2%s series G Feb 1 1962-1966..
2Vis series H Dec 15 1961-1967

93 %

99
99

May 1-Nov 1 1961-1964
2%s series K Sept 1 1961-1965.

2%s of 1948
2s

9.
9.

97

Long Island RR—
2Vis series K May 1 1961-1963
2Vis (K 2nd) May 1 1961-1963

Ry Co—

1961-1975

4%s series O Feb 1 1962-1976..
Monon Railroad—
4 Vis (1st 1956) Nov 15 1961-71.

April 15 1962

91%
91%
94%

100

4%s series I Sept 1 1961-1972.
3%s series J Jan 15 1962,1973.
4%s series K Sept 1 1961-1973.
4%s series L Aug 1 1961-1974.
5%s series M Oct 15 1961-1974
5s series N June 1 1961-1975
4%s series N (2nd & final inst)
1

99% to
99
to
99% to

99% to

4 Vis series F (final instal)
Aug 15 1961-1971
4%s series G Jan 15 1962-1972
4%s series H June 1 1961-1972

June

Dec. 30,1960
Bid Price
98% to 91%
99% to 91

87%

92%

4%s (2nd 1957)

July 15 1961-1972!

to

97% to
99
to

87%

2%s

Great

International Great Northern RR
2Vis ser CC Aug 15 1961-1964.
2Vis series DD April 1 1962-65.
3%s series EE Feb 20 1962-1968
2Vis series FF May 1 1961-1969
Interstate RR—
2 Vis series G

Erie RR—

Jan 15-July 15 1961-1965
3s of 1952
June 1-Dec 1 1961

defaulted

Aug 15 1961-1971
Illinois Terminal RR—
3s series E

3%s series V

May 1-Nov 1 1961-1972
3%s series W
March 1-Sept 1 1961-1973
4s ser X Mar 1-Sept 1 1961-74

beads

Missouri Pacific RR. (Cont'd)—
3%s series RR March 1 1962-67
3s series SS May 1 1961-1967—
3%s series TT July 1 1961-1967
3%s series UU Mar 2 1962-1968
3%s series W June 15 1961-68
3%s series WW Jan 15 19f1 39
2%s series XX Mar 15 IS" ' «
2Vis series YY Jan 1 196f
9'70
3s series ZZ Feb 1 1962-1. «?__
3%s series A June 15 1961-1970
3%s series B Sept 1 1961-1970.
3%s series C Jan 1 1962-1971.
3%s series D April 15 1962-1971
3%s series E June 1 1961-1971.
3%s series F (1st instal)

3 Vis

series S
May 1-Nov 1 1961-1968
:
3Vis series S (2nd installment)
May 1-Nov 1 1961-1968
2%s series T
June 1-Dec 1 1961-1970
3 Vis series U
Jan l-July 1 1961-1971

55

EQUIPMENT TRUST CERTIFICATES

bond prices arc "and interest" except where marked "P* and income and
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 30, 1961.

98

99
to
97% to
99% to
98% to

99% to
r

93%
92

91%

91%
93%

Jan 1 1962-1969
3s series B (1954 No 1)
Jan. 1 1962-1969
3s (1954 No 2)
Oct
1
1961-1969
3s (1955 No 1)
Jan 1 1962-1970

96
90

83

to
96% to

77%
76%

97% to

71

to

71

94

93% to

66%

to

64%

93% to

63%

96% to

71%

to

75%

97

4%s (1956 No 1)

July l 1961-1971
5Vis (1956 No 2)
May 1 1961-1971

97

Norfolk <fe Western Ry—

3%i series A (1st & 2nd install
Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-1972
3%s series A (3rd instal)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1961-1972

Canadian dollar value

99% to

92

99% to

90%

RAILROAD EQUIPMENT

56
NOTICE—All

bond

Dec.

Norfolk

&

Western

Ry—(Cont'd)
4Vbs series B (1st & 2nd part)
June 1-Dec 1 1961-1972

97%

100Vi to

98%

100

to

94 %

1

99% to

89%

3Vis series D
April 1-Oct 1 1961-1973
3y8s ser D (2nd & final inst)

99% to

88 y4

May

4s

1-Nov

_

1961-1972
(1st installment)

99% to

April 1-Oct 1 1961-1973
series E (1st installment)
April 1-Oct 1 1961-1973

3%s series E

100

100

100
100

98%
99%
98%
98%
99%
99 y8
99%
99%

99%
100%

4%s (2nd 1957) Jun 12 1961-72

iooy4

3%s
3%s
4%s
4%s
4%s
4%s
3%s

99%
99%
100%
100%

of 1958 Jan 9 1962-1973..
(2nd 1958) May 8 1961-73.
of 1959 March 12 1962-74

(2nd 1959) July 30 "61-74
of 1960 Jan 7 1962-1975..
(2nd 1960) Apr 28 1962-75

(3rd 1960) Sept 15 1961-75

Pennsylvania RR—
l%s series R Feb 1 1962—__
2y8s (S 1st) July 1 1961-1962..
2%s (S 2nd) July 1 1961-1962.
2%s series T May 1 1961-1963.
2%s (U 1st) July 1 1961-1963..
2%s (U 2nd) July 1 1961-1963.
1961-1963.

W Nov 1 1961-1963
X May 1 1961-1964.
Y Jan 1 1962-1965
2%s (Z 1st) April 1 1962-1965.
2%s (Z 2nd) April 1 1962-65.
3s series AA March 1 1962-1968
3y8s series AA (2nd part)
March 1 1962-1968
2%s series BB Feb 1 1962-1969
2%s series CC Feb 1 1962-1970
3 V'as series DD Nov 1 1961-1970
3 Vis series EE Jan 1 1962-1971
3%s series FF (1st Instal)

94%
to 94 y4

to
to
to

to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to

100%
100% to
to
100

92%

92%
93
91

87%
87%
86%
88 Vi
88 y4
89%
88%
91%
98%
99%
94%
91%
98%
102 %
103 %

97%
98% to
98% to
99 y4 to

97%

93%

97

97%
95%
98% to 95%
99% to 95%
98% to ' 95 %
98% to 95 y8
99 y4 to 93%
98
to 91%
97% to 91 '/s
97% to 91%
98% to 89 y8

89%
86'/a
98% to 89%
99 % to 86%
99
to 86%

98% to
98% to

85%

99% to

GG
Jan 1-July l 1961-1972
3%s series HH
April 1-Oct 1 1961-1972..
4 Vis ser H June 1-Dec 1 *61-72
Peoria

99%
99

to

99% to

April 1-Oct 1 1961-1971
3%s series FF (2nd instal)
April 1-Oct 1 1961-1971
4y8s

98%
99%
99%

99%

to
to

90%

99% to

93%

99% to

89%

series

& Eastern

100

to

94

Ry—

2%s of 1950 Nov 15 1961-1985..

98% to

92%

Pittsburgh & Lake Erie RR—
3s (2nd 1951) Nov 15 1961-1966
2%s of 1952 April 15 1962-1967
3s 2nd 1952) Aug 1 1961-1967.

-

3%s of 1953 Sept 1.1961-1968.
3%s of 1956 Nov 15 1961-1971
3%s of 1957 Feb 15 1962-1972.
3%s (2nd 1957) Apr 15 1962-72

4'is (3rd 1957) Aug 15 1961-72
4V4s (4th 1957) Nov 1 1961-72
3%s of 1958 Feb 1 1962-1973..
3s (2nd 1958) May 15 1961-73.
4s (3rd 1958) Oct 15 1961-73—
4 Vis of 1959 May 1 1961-1974.
4%s (2nd 1959) Sept 15 '61-74
4s

Of

1960

Oct 1

1961-1975—

Reading Co—
2y8s series R
April 15-Oct 15 1961-1965

99 y4 to

93

98 y2 to
99% to

91
92

99% to

92%

100
to
99% to
99'/2 to

94%

100% to

100% to
99% to
99 % to
100 % to

93%
92

97%
97%
90%
86

95
to 97%
100% to 101
iooy8 to 94%
100

98% to

90%

98% to

90y4

2Vis series S
June 15-Dec 15 1961-1965

27/8s series T
April 15-Oct 15 1961-1967

99% to

89%

3'As series U
1

1961-1968

99% to

91%

3%s series V
April 1-Oct 1

1961-1968

99% to

91%

June

1-Dec

2%s series W
Feb 1-Aug 1
3%s series X

99% to

1961-1970.

April 1-Oct 1 1961-1970.
3%s series Y (1st instal)

:

May 15- Nov 15 1961-1971
series Y (2nd instal)
May 15- Nov 15 1961-1971
4y8s series Z (1st install
Jan 1-July 1 1961-1972
4Vis series Z (2nd instal*
Jan 1-July 1 1961-1972
Bt Louis Brownsville & Mex Ry—

85%

99% to

87%

99% to

89%
r

4s

99% to

92%

99% to

93%

99% to

94%
93%

1962.-69

to
97% to
99% to
98% to

St Louis-San Francisco Ry—
2Vis scries A Jan 15 1962-1963

98% to

*.

2%s series CC Aug 15 1961-1964
2%s series DD April 1 1962-65
series EE Oct 15
2Vis series FF Mar 15

3 Vis

•No par value,




a

1961-62

99

92

98%

86%

97%

q

eprlpo

91%

to 90%
to 91%
to 92%
to 89%
to 91%

97% to

88%

98% to
98% to

97

99% to

96%

98% to
99y4 to

95y4
94'/4

97% to

91%

to

92%

98% to

91%

99

Aug 1 1961-1972
3%s series R (3rd & final)
Aug 1 1961-1972

99% to
99% to
99% to

97%

99% to
99Vi to

93%
91 Vi

99% to

86%
87"%
87

99% to

93%

100% to

95%

•

100% to 97%
—

99% to
100 % to

89%

99%
100 % to 100%
100 % to 96

4%s series T May 1 1961-1975.
4%s series U Aug 1 1961-75—
Southern Pacific Co—

series AA April 1 1962-1964
series BB July 1 1961-1964
series CC Nov 1 1961-1964
series DD Jan 1 1962-1965
2%s series EE April 1 1962-1966
3 %s series FF July 1 1961-1966
2%s series GG Sept 1 1961-1966
2%s series HH Jan 1 1962
3%s series n May 1 1961-1963
3%s series JJ July 1 1961-1968
3%s series KK Sept 1 1961-1968
3s series LL Nov 1 1961-1968....
2%s series MM Jan 1 1962-1969
2%s series NN April 1 1962-69
2%s series OO Sept 1 1961-1969
2%s series PP Dec 1 1961-1969
2%s series QQ Mar 1. 1962-1970
3'/as series RR Sept 1 1961-1970
3Vis series SS Jan 1 1962-1971
3%s series TT May 1 1961-1971
3%s series UU Aug 1 1961-1971
4s series W Nov 1 1961-1971...
4%s series WW Jan 1 1962-1972
4%s series XX Jun 1 1961-1972
4%s series YY Aug 1 1961-1972
4%s series ZZ Oct 1 1961-1972
3%s series No 1 Dec 1 1961-72
3%s series No 2 Mar 1 1962-73
4Vis series No 3 Feb 1 1962-74
4Vis series No 4 Mar 1 1962-74
4%s series No 5 June 1 1961-74
4%s series No 6 Aug 1 1961-74
4%s series No 7 Nov 1 1961-74
4%s series No 8 Feb 1 1962-75
4%s series No 9 June 1 1961-75
4%s series No 10 Aug 1 1961-75
4Vis series No 11 Feb 1 1962-76
Southern Ry—
2%s series QQ
April 1-Oct 1 1961-1964
2%s series RR

to 94%
99% to 93%

98

2%s
2%s
2%s
2%s

98% to
98% to

98%
99%
99Vi
98%
99%

June 15-Dec

to 92%
to 93%
to 91%
_

99% to
98% to

89%
87%

to 86%
to 85%
to 86%
to 87
99% to 38%
99% to 89
99% to 90%
99% to 91%
100% to 94%
100% to 96%
100% to 98%
100% to 98%
100% to 98%
99% to 893/4
99% to 87%
100% to 95%
100% to 96%
lOOVi to 99%
100% to 101%
100% to 102%
100% to 101 %

993/3
99%
99%
98%

to

96%

100% to
100% to

95%
97 Vi

99% to

94%

100

cpi*jpe

15 1961-1964

?

99

to 94%

1961-1967.

99% to

1961-1968
(1st instal)
15 1961-1967
(2nd instal)
Jan 15-July 15 1961-1967
Spokane Portland & Seattle Ry—
Feb 1-Aug 1
4%s series UU
Jan 15-July
3%s series UU

2%s of 1949 April 1 1962-19643%s of 1957 Apr 1-Oct 1 '61-72
Texas & Pacific Ry—

99% to 91

Western Maryland Ry—
2%s series N March 15 1962-65
2%s series O Oct 31 1961-1965
3s series P July 1 1961-1966

97% to 91%
98% to 91%
99% to 93

3%s series Q June 15 1961-1968
3s series R Dec 15 1961-1968..
3%s series S June 1 1961-1971.
3%s series T Oct 1 1961-1971—
3%s series U May 1 1961-1972.
4%s series V July 15 1961-1975.
Wisconsin Central Ry—

99% to
99% to
99% to
to

100

993,6 to
100% to

4S series D
June 1 Dec 1

99% to

1961-1968
4%s ser E Apr 1-Oct 1 1961-72
4%s series F
April 1- Oct 1 1961-1973

92%
89%
89%
93%
92%

98%
90

99% to 933/4
99% to 92%

|

f Flat price,

Warrants
6% convertible

k Last sale,

140

136

139

100
1

Albany & Vermont gtd
Alleghany Corp common

127

43

13%

Baltimore

3%

53 %

46%
48

a34%
a32%

Canada Southern gtd
Canadian Pacific
Carolina Clinchfield &
Central of Georgia Ry
Common

to 97%
to

to
to
to

90%
90%
88%
93%

to 92

97% to 93%
97% to 93
99% to 90%
99% to 91%

99% to 88%
99% to 89%
99% to 85%
98% to 86

99% to
n

93%

35%

38
74

5%
.

56

15

■*

137

135

11

6

11%

60

25
Ohio gtd.100
Co—
———-—)—*

series B preferred
100
Central RR Co of New Jersey—50
Chesapeake & Ohio Ry Co com—25
3%% convertible preferred
10C
Chicago Burlington & Quincy
100
Chicago & Eastern Illinois com—*
5%

65

46
23%
97%

47

44

100

48

65
23%

24 %

64%
97
al40

23

,2

98%
69

64%

109

40

8%

18%

150
9

com—10

30%

31

*

al5%

preferred A—100
Chicago & North Western—

56%

Class A

—

Chicago Great Western Ry
5% preferred

Chicago

50
Milw St Paul & Pacific—

Common

5% participating

36%

21

37%
15%

57

100

29%

17%
30

rr Co
*
Cincinnati Inter-Terminal—
4% preferred gtd
100
Cine New Orl & Texas Pacific—

23%

24%

Common

*

.

5% series A preferred
Chicago Rock Island & Pacific
...

79

83

147

150

100

97

46

99
50

100
100

137
68

143

Clearfield & Mahoning gtd
Cleve Cine Chicago & St Louis—

gtd

5% non-cum preferred
Cleveland & Pittsburgh—

gtd

Regular guaranteed stock
Special gtd betterment

stock

50

50
50

8 % preferred gtd
Delaware & Bound Brook
Delaware & Hudson Co

gtd

100

31

53

gtd_50
50
25
•

Delaware
(gtd Penn)
25
Denver & Rio Grande Western RR *
Detroit & Mackinac Ry com
100
5 % non-cum preferred.;
——.100
Detroit Manufacturers gtd
100
Dover & Rockaway gtd—.———100
East Pennsylvania gtd
Elmira & Williamsport com
Preferred gtd

5

27
64

30
68

18%

35
19

32

18%

34
19

60
60

65

33

60

50

80

35

55

gtd

100
100
*
100
*

*
*

Illinois Central common

Internat'l Rys (Cent Am) com
5 % preferred

50

60

27%

6%
28%

56%

58

6%
43

8
6%

4%

50

46

9

6%

5

60

74
190
a49% 50
60
70
21
21%
69
71 %
71
160

%

100

Common

6%

4

gtd—50

Genesee & Wyoming
Great Northern Ry Co
Green Bay & Western
Gulf Mobile & Ohio common
$5 preferred
Hudson & Manhattan RR Co—

35

35

60

5%

70
46

Ft Dodge Des Moines & Sth Ry.1'0
Fort St Union Depot gtd
100
Fort Wayne & Jackson RR—

60%
54%

—

50

Erie-Lackawanna RR common
*
5% preferred A
100
Erie & Kalamazoo gtd
50
Erie & Pittsburgh (gtd Pa RR)—50
First RR & Banking of Ge-orgia—1
Florida East Coast Ry
25

Nominal, r Canadian dollar value, t New

73

59
34%

100

Colorado & Southern common
4% 1st non-cum preferred

5%% preferred

al7

20

Common
5 % preferred

Dayton & Michigan common

to 91%
to 93
to 89%
to 94'/a

34%
32%

35
70

96%

98% to 94%
99"% to 92%

5%

543/4
46%
53

34

100

gtd

10

41

57%

a55%
15

—-—.————100

3oston & Providence

9%

a57

*

Common

preferred

24%

37

4% non-cumulative preferred.100
Preferred "stamped"
Bangor & Aroostock Corp
Beech Creek (gtd N Y C)
50
Bessemer and Lake Erie RR—
$1.50 preferred
—
50
$3 preferred
50
Boston & Albany (gtd NYC) .100
Boston & Maine RR—
5%

97

9%

100

Ohio common
"stamped"

&

Common

45 %

24%

Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Ry—
Common
10
5 % non-cumulative preferred—10
Atlanta & West Point
—100
Certificates or participating
Atlantic Coast Line Co (Conn)
*
Atlantic Coast Line RR Co
*
Baltimore & Cumberland gtd
50

47
13 %

9%
44%
96

;

preferred—I
10
Alleghany & Western 6% gtd_—100

99% to

1

1-July 1 1961-1968
__
3%s series E Sept 1 1961-1968.
2%s series F May 1 1961-1970
3s series G April 1 1962-1971—
4s series H (1st instal)
Jan 15 1962-1972.

50

50

98%

•

Jan

17

99% to

Wabash Rv—

2%s (1st B) March 1 1962-1964
2s (2nd B) March 1 1962-1964
2%s (1st C) June 1 1961-1965—
2%s (2nd C> June 1 1961-1965.

•

Akron Canton & Youngstown
Alabama Great Southern com
6 % participating preferred

Ask
20

Bid

Par

STOCKS

RAILROAD

4% 2nd non-cum preferred—100
Consol Rys of Cuba 6% pfd
100
Cuba RR 6% non-cum pfd—
100

2%s series K July 1 1961
99%
2%s series L Aug 1 1961
99%
2%s series M Oct 1 1961
99
2%s series N Jan 1 1962
—98%
2%s series P Jan 1 1962-1965..
98
series R Jan 1 J.962-1966...
98"%
3s series S April 1 1962-1968—
98%
3%s series T April 1 1962-1969
99%
4%s series U May 1 1961-1975
100
Virginian Ry—
2%s series B July 1 1961-1967
99%
2%s-series C Feb 1 1962-1968..
98%
2%s series D Feb 1 1962-1969—
98%
3%s series E Oct 1 1961-1971..
99%
3%s series F (1st Instal)
April 15 1962-1972.-.
...
99%

Called for redemption, see page J9&.

91%

TT

epi»i 00

98

95%
100% to 101%

Common
.

series SS

March 15- Sept 15

O 3/t cr

92%
91%

to 97%
99% to 93%
99% to 92%

.

"Jq

100% to
100% to

4%s series J Sept 1 1961-1974.

92 %

99% to 90%

41/2$ series S
1st & 2nd instal Jun 1 '61-74

2%s

I960
Bid Price

Dec. 30,

\

Wabash Ry—(Continued)—
4%s series H (2nd instal)
Jan 15 1962-1972
4%s series 1 Oct 1 1961-1972—

T

April 1-Oct 1 1961-1966
3s series K
r—vMay 15-Nov 15 1961-1966
2%s series L and M
June 1-Dec 1 1961-1967
3s series N
May 15-Nov 15 1961-1968
2%s series O
June 1-Dec 1 1961-1969
3s series P Nov 1 1961-1970
2%s series P (2nd) Nov 1 '61-70
3%s series Q (1st instal)
Oct 1 1961-1971
4s series Q (2nd instal)
Oct 1 1961-1971.—
4%s series R (1st & 2nd instal)

96y4

100y4 to

2%s of 1955 Jan 18 1962-1970_
3s (2nd 1955) June 16 1961-70.
3s (3rd 1955) July 14 1961-1970
3%s (4th 1955) Dec 20 1961-70
3Vis of 1956 Feb 16 1962-1971.
3%s (2nd 1956) July 12 1961-71
4%s of 1957 Jan 17 1962-1972.

V Nov 1

2y8s series G April 1 1962-1965
2%s series H Sept 1 1961-1965.
2 Vis series I Feb 1 1962-1966—

95 %

to

95%
94y4
98% to 92%

99y4 to

94

to

98% to
98 % to

98%
99%
99y4
99ys
99%

30, 1961.

income and defaulted bonds

SO, 1960

Bid Price
99
to 96%

Fran Ry—(Cont'd)
B Aug 15 1961-1963
C Nov 1 1961-1963—
D March 15 1962-64
E Dec 1 1961-1964—

F May 1 1961-1965.
H Dec 1 1961-1965—
I Aug 1 1961-1966—
J Dec 15 1961-1966.
K Dec 1 1961-1967—
3%s series L June 1 1961-1968.
3s series M Jan 1 1962-1969
Seaboard Air Line Ry—
2y8s series B Oct 15 1961-1962
2%s series C Dec 15 1961-1962
2%s series D Sept 1 1961-1963.
.2Vis series E Jan 1 1962-1964—
2%s series F June 1 1961-1964.

94

to

Louis-San
2%s series
2'/2s series
2'/2s series
2'As series
2 Vis series
2%s series
2%s series
3yas series
2%s series

9 3A

May 1-Nov 1961-73.
4y8s series G (1st installment)
April 1-Oct 1 1961-1974
4%s series G (2nd installment)
April 1-Oct 1 1961-1974
Northern Pacific Ry—
2%s of 1949 March 15 1962-64
2%s (2nd 1949) Jun 15 1961-64
2y8s (3rd 1949) Nov 1 1961-64
2%s of- 1951 March 30 1962-66
3s (2nd 1951) Nov 30 1961-1966
2%s of 1952 Dec 16 1961-1967
2%s of 1954 May 14 1961-1969
2%s (2nd 1954) Aug 10 1961-69

-

95%

to

99% to

3%s ser F (1st installment)
May 1-Nov 1961-73
4y8s series F (2nd inst)

2'/as series
2%s series
2%s series
2%s series

94

(2nd inst)

April 1-Oct 1 1961-1973

.

St

96%

100 % to

37/8s series C (2nd part)
May 1-Nov 1 1961-1972
3%s series C (3rd & final 1958)

'

Dec.

30, 1960

Bid Price

100% to

4%s series B (3rd part)
JuneH-Dec 1 1961-1972
4%s series C (1st part) 6
May 1-Nov 1 1961-1972

TRUST CERTIFICATES

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH
prices are "and interest'' except where marked "f" and

n39

*

12

100

65

%
39%

13%

66

stock, x Ex-dividend.

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL
Stocks—

Allegan St Grand
Rapids RR
100
Kansas City Southern Ry Co-

Common
4% non-cumulative preferred
80
Kan Okla St Gulf Ry 6% pfd A-100
Lake Superior di

80
37

80%
38

80
20

Par

r

North Pennsylvania gtd
Northern Central (gtd Pa RR)
Northern Pacific Ry
Northern RR of N H gtd
Norwich & Worcester pfd gtd
Ontario St Quebec gtd

Pennsylvania

72

23
6
73

32%

34

Philadelphia Germantown St
Norrlstown RR gtd
Phlla St Trenton (gtd Pa RR)

5%

original

Special gtd betterment stock

'

74

71

Lehigh Valley
Miami

SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 30. 1961.

Stocks—

Bid

Par

Kalamazoo

Little

57

RAILROAD STOCKS

April, 1961

SO

Louisiana St Northwest
•
Louisville Henderson St St Louis—
5% non-cumulative preferred-100
Louisville fr Nashville
50

Mahoning Coal RR common
5% pfd (gtd N Y Central)

80
80

55%

56%

390
40
39

100

111

100
.100

106
650

109
750

.100

7

8

4%

4%

6%

Massawippl Valley gtd_
Michigan Central gtdMlsslsslppl Central

65

66%

66%
a48%

67Va
48%

10

15%

100

6%

410
45

40%
—

75
60

72
50

loi

105
157/8

100

90
45

50
100
100

93
165
115

96
170

com gtd
100
preferred (gtd Pa RR)
100
Pittsburgh St Lake Erie
50
Pittsburgh & West Virginia
100
Pitts
Youngstown St Ashtabula—
7%
non-cum
preferred
100
Plttsfield St North Adams gtd_—100
Providence St Worcester gtd
100

128

128%
100

15%

15%

116

117

65
60

:

Certificates
Missouri Pacific RR Co—
Old common

100

17

•
•

40

Class A
Class B
Mobile St Birmingham—
non-cum

preferred gtd

100

40%
400

360
65

68

Mobile St Ohio—See Southern Ry
Monon

Class

RR class A
B common

9%

-10

33%

34%

28

34

36

28

34

36

•

Muskogee Co

20

20%

Nashville St Decatur—
Original (gtd L St N)

11%
22 %
14%

11%

Unstamped (gtd L St N).

non-cum

7

7Yb

15

50
50

obligations
25
guaranteed
25
guaranteed
_25
Roch St Genesee Valley RR gtd_100
Rutland Ry Corp common vtc
100
5%
preferred vtc
100
Rutland St Whitehall gtd
100
St Louis-San Fran Ry common
•
5% pfd series A
100

78

6%
7%

78
78

50
80

preferred gtd_

100
85

N Y New Haven St Hartford com
•
&% preferred series A
100
N Y Susquehanna St Western—

Common vtc
•
57> preferred
100
Norfolk Southern Ry
1
Norfolk St Western Ry common
25
Adjustment preferred
28
6% preferred
iq
North Carolina (gtd Sou RR)__100

3%

5%

3%
6%

6%

Louis Southwestern Ry com_100

100

Seaboard Air Line RR Co
Soo Line Railroad Co
Soutnern Pacific Co
Southern Railway common

20
•
•

•

preferred

X1

4%
111%
23%
24%
13%
13%
4%

110

130

160

53
10%
45%
53

17%
77

1st
1st

Alabama Power Co—
1st mtge 3%s 1972
1st mtge 3%s 1977
1st mtge 3%s 1978
1st mtge 3%s 1981
1st mtge 3%s 1982_
1st mtge 4yss 1983-.
1st mtge 3%s 19841st mtge 3%s 19851st mtge 3%s 1986—
lst mtge 4%s 1987.
1st mtge 3%s 1988.
1st mtge 4%s 1989.

d-O
d-O
F-A
J-J

9%
24%
52

Ala St Georgia vtc
5
Tennessee Central Ry common
•
7% convertible preferred
100
Texas St Pacific Ry
100
Troy St Gr'bush (gtd N Y Cent)_50
Union Pacific RR common
10

19
17
60
91

10

8%

_

can

be found

—

Jf-N
Jf-S
_J-D

87
96

_

96%
k78% Jun 29
84%
—

83%
__

-Jf-N

104%

__

„

—

101
94%
104%

__

101.656

69%
63

88%

69%
63 V*
—

88

107% 109%
103% 104%

on

7

f debentures 19741st mtge 2%s 1980
1st mtge 3%s 1981
1st mtge 3%s 1982
1st mtge 3%s 1984
1st mtge 3%s 1985.
1st mtge 5%s 1989.

J-D
J-D

3%s series G 1981
3%s series H 1982

92%

83%

A-O
J-D
M-S

88%
84%
84%
101

Jf-N

89%

J-D

84

85%
90

J-D
A-O

81%
90

M-S
F-A

88%

A-O

85%

J-D

—

__

__

47c non-cum pfd
United N J RR St Canal

gtd

85
105

83%

M-ff
M-Jf

n87

A-O
A-O

"and

interest"

47c 2nd
Western Pacific

87

79%

88%

100

36%

53
10
37
27%

60
15
38
27%
85

*

RR Co

1«»

of Alabama
Wheeling St Lake Erie Ry

100

EXCHANGE SEATS

No. Last Sale
t

"

Exchange t499

80.000

Exchange
N Y Cocoa ExchangeN Y Coffee Sug Exch

408
183

1,100
14,000

344

1,800

450

1,650
7,500

Commodity

102

11%

Chicago Bd of Trade_l,042

47
57
18
78

Chicago Merc Exch—

25

52%
18%
66
68

1st ret mtge 4s 1993
4%s conv debs 1974
1st & ref mtge 4%s 1980

M-S
J -J
J-D

94
500

700

Cincinnati Stk Exch—

Regular membership

12

8,000

Limited membership
Detroit Stock Exch—
Kans City (Bd of Tr)

12

1,000
1,850
3,500
4,500
12,000

41

211

Memphis Cotton Exch

175

Midwest Stock Exch—
Milwaukee Grain Ex_
Minn Grain Exchange
Montreal Stock Exch-

400
82
508
75

250
50

F-A

Blacks tone Val G St E 3s '73—M-N
1st mtge & coll tr 4%s 1983—M-8

Boston Edison Co 2%s 1970
1st mtge 2%s ser B 1980
1st mtge 3 Vis ser D 1982
1st mtge 3s ser E 1984
1st mtge 4%s ser F 1987
1st mtge 5 %s ser G 1989
Co

Brockton Edison Co—
1st M & coll tr 3s 1978
1st M & coll tr 3%s 1985
1st M & coll tr 4%s 1987
1st M St coll tr 5%s 1989

J-D
A-O
J-J
F-A
J-D
A-O
Ltd—
M-N

9,000
9,000
6,000

8,000 11,500
10,500
5.000 7,000

76

575

600

1,200

L100

1,500

32%

33

Spokane Stock Exch_
Toronto Stock Exch—
Winnipeg Grain Exch

12

425

350

550

170

8%
173

113

r90,000

454

92%
106%
106%

_

__

__

80%

__

79%

_

102

89%
102

103
__

85

82%

„

97

87

_

97%
123
__

__

89

companies)

78%
82%

__

__

82

102%

106%
108

defaulted bonds
BIO

California-Oregon Power—
1st mtge 3%s 1974.
1st mtge 3%s 1978.
lst mtge 2%s 1979.
1st mtge
1st mtge 3%s 19821st mtge 3%s 1984
1st mtge 3%s 1986
1st mtge 5VsS 1987-

k79% Feb
83%
79%
87 %
86%

—

—

_

85

88%
_

California Water Service
1st mtge 3%s ser C 1975

Cambridge El Light 2%s
Carolina Pipeline Co—
7s snbord Interim 1963

M-N

1974—A-O

83%
95%
83%

J-D
__J-D
J-D
M-N

__

_

110

M-S
A-O
A-O
M-S
M-N

—

85

81
84

—

106%

86%
85%

23%

Carolina Pwr St Light 2%s
1st mtge 3%s 1982
1st mtge 4%s 1988
1st mtge 4%s 1990

'81—F-A

A-O

M-S

A-O

Cascade Natural Gas Corp—

79

86%

93%
104%

1960.

fn41

1970—F-A

197

5 %% interim notes Oct 31
Central Electric & Gas Co—

conv subor debs
conv subord debs 1971—M-N
4%s conv subord debs 1973—M-N
5a conv subord debs 1975
J-J

4%s
4%s

Central Hudson Gas St

1st conv 3s debs

El Corp—

1963

__

M-S

1st mtge 4%s 1988
M-N
Central Illinois Elec & Gas Co—
1st mtge 3s 1975
F-A
1st mtge 3%s 1982
J-J
.—J-D
1st mtge 3%s 1985
J-J
1st mtge 5s 1990
Central Illinois Light Co—
J-D
1st mtge 3%s 1981

_J-J
_J-J

mtge 4%s 1987
1st mtge 4s 1988.
4%s conv debs 1974
4%s 1st mtge 1990
1st

A-O

1

—

187

152
134

_

94

Brooklyn Union Gas Co—
■V
1st mtge 2%s 1976
J -J
1st mtge 4%s 1983
M-N
Buffalo Niagara Elec 2%s '75—M-N

a

__

89%

102%
103 %

1980
3%s 1984
3%s 1985
4%s 1986
1st mortgage 4%s 1987
1st mtge 4%s 1988
1st mtge 5%s 1990

__

—

M-S

mtge 2%s
1st mortgage
1st mortgage
1st mortgage

_

93%

83%

1st

80

k68% Nov 28
83%
85%

250

102%

82

122
104%

75,000100000

r250

Bonds—

94

M-S
J-D

California Electric Power—
1st mtge 3s 1976
1st mtge 3s 1978

100

20,000 25,000

42

107%

J-J

50

r29,000

59

78%
89%

J-J

1,000

Salt Lake Stock Exch

J-D

4%s debs series A 1978
4%s debs series B 1978
Birmingham Elec Co 3s 1974

900

Pittsburgh Stock Ex_

F-A

5%s debentures 1994
Berlin Power St Light—

700

225,000 150000215 000
1,000 2,000
1,100
r8,000 5,000 8,000
7,800 7,975
7,950
4,800 5,700
5,000

94
47

80

1989

9,500 12,000
1,600 1,900
1,650 2,800
7,250 8,500

43

78

M-S

50.000 80,000
1,075
1,700

80
200

M-S

1998

Ask
t

Los Angeles division
San Fran division—
Phila-Balt Stk Exch_

1st 3%s ser F 1973
F-A
Bell Telep Co of Pennsylvania—
3s debentures 1974
A-O

3'As dentures
3%s debentures

Bid
S

21
20

Bell Telephone of

Canada—
1st mtge 3s series E 1977

108

Tl.e last sale published below does not
necessarily indicate that the transaction has been
consummated.
% •
-I;.----'

Boston Stock Exch
Canadian ^tock Exch_

10%

75

105

NOTE:

Bid

Atlanta Gas Light Co 3s 1963—M-5
1st mtge 4s 1981
J-J
1st mtge 5%s 1982
A-O
1st mtge 5 Ves 1985_J-D
Atlantic City El 2% ser A '80-M-N
1st mtge 3s 1984
_M-S
1st mtge 3%s 1985
M-S
1st mtge 4%s 1987
—J-J
1st mtge 3%s 1988
A-O
1st mtge 4%s 1991—
M-S
Baltimore Gas St Electric Co—
1st ref mtge 3s ser Z 1989
J-J
1st ref mtge 3 %s 1990
—J-D

♦
No par value,
t 499 regular members and 340 associate members,
Nominal, r Canadian dollar value, t New stock, x Ex-dividend.




46

36%

40
12
40

Western Ry

where marked "F* and income and

except

British Columbia Electric
6s series B 1984

107

86%

Telephone Co Ltd—
series D 1977
M-N
series E 1978
series F 1979

92
81

s

Associated
1st 3%s
1st 3%s
1st 2%s
1st mtge
1st mtge

n

93%

88
86

Appalachian Electric Power—
1st mtge 3%s 1970
1st mtge 3%s 1977
1st mtge 2%s 1980.
lst mtge 3%s 1981.
lst mtge 3%s 1982
1st mtge 3 %s 1983
1st mtge 4%s 1987
Appalachian Power Co—
1st mtge 4s 1988
Arkansas Louisiana Gas Co—
1st mtge 5%s 1979
Arkansas Power St Light—
1st mtge 3%s 1974lst mtge 2%s 1977
1st mtge 3%s 1978—
3%s

92 %

42

Pacific Coast Stk Ex

Bonds—

84
87
100

85%

1st mtge 5s 1990
A-O
1st mtge 4%s 1991
M-S
American St Foreign Power Co—
Debentures gold Ss 2030
M-S
4.80% Junior debs 1987
J-J
American Gas & Elec 3%s *77__J-D
American Telephone St Teleg—
2%s debentures 1970
J-D
27 year 5%s debs 1986
M-N
32 year 4%s debs 1992
M-N
page

are

Bid

Alabama Gas 3%s ser A 1971
1st mtge 3%s ser C 1971
1st mtge 5%s ser E 1984

Listed issues

prices

110

75

•

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 30, 1961.

Bonds—

105

50

(Includes street and electric railways, gas, electric power, water, telegraph, telephone and bridge
bond

84

100

Public Utilities

NOTICE—All

60
81

preferred
preferred
preferred

8"%
57

410
390
92 « 97
a31%
31%

18%
65
66

Tennessee

28
15

.

20
Mob St Ohio stock tr ctfs gtd_100
Stony Brook gtd
_100
non-cum

•

100

N Y Mercantile Exch 401
N Y Produce Exch— 546
N Y Stock Exchanged,366

23
15

78

Saratoga St Schenectady gtd

42
110
95

a41%

77*
5%

Ask

100

gtd

Wabash RR Co common
4% %
preferred
Ware River gtd
West Jersey S- Seashore gtd
Western Maryland Ry com

Amer Stock

.25

St.

New York Central RR (Del)
N Y Chicago St St Louis RR
N Y St Harlem common gtd

109i

10

SB
•

common

Mass

Bid

71

N Y Cotton Exchange

50

Dividend

Reorganization issues—

4%

Reading Co common
4% non-cum 1st preferred
4% non-cum 2d preferred
Richmond Frederlckburg St
Potomac RR common

.

St

70
75

vflssourl-Kansas-Texas RR—
Common

Vermont

129

128
97

Chicago

46%

Par

Stocks—

Ask

50
5
100
100
100

7%

100

Maine Central common
5% preferred

gtd

Piedmont <fe Northern
Pittsburgh Fort Wayne St

98

93

—

Peoria St Bureau Valley
Peoria St
Eastern

1%

%

RR

50

Bid

J-D
M-S

nl90

91%
85%
n86y»

83%

—

—

__

—

107
n83
103

92%
115%

—

--

104'A

__

84%
99 %
85
84

81
84

88%
100
101

Central Illinois Public Service—
1st mtge 3%s series A 1971—A-O

mtge 3%s series B 1977—M-S
mtge 3%s series C 1979
J-J
mtge 3%s series D 1982—F-A
mtge 3%s ser E 1982
M-S
mtge 3%s series F 1984—J-D
mtge 4%s ser G 1988
F-A
mtge 4%s ser H 1989
J-J
2%s s f debs 1970
J-D
Central Indiana Gas 2%s 1971-M-N
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st

92 Vb
88%
84%
85%
87
82%
93%
103%
87%
87

—

—

__

—

__

—

—

__

_

Central Louisiana Electric Co—
1st mtge

105%

Called for redemption,

see

3%s series D 1982—J-D

n87

1st mtge

97%

5%s series I 1989—

88%

107%

page

96.

b Basis,

f Fiat price,

k Last sale,

58

PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 30, 1961.
bond prices are "and interest" except vrhere marked "t" and income and

NOTICE—All

Bonds—

Bid

Central Maine Power Co—
1st St gen mtge bonds—
3Vis series J 1968
3%s series L 1970
3Vis series M 1972
2%s series N 1976
3y4s series P 1977
3 Vas series
3s
series R 1979
27«s series S 1979.
37as series T 19813%s series U 1983
3%s series V 1985
4Vis series W 1987
5 Vis

series X

-J-D
-A-O
_M-S
Sf-N
M-N

n92

92%
80%
n84

8iy2

U-N
M-N

Central N Y Power 3s 1974.
-A-O
Central Power St Light
1st mtge 3%s series A 1973—M-N
1st mtge 3 Vis series B 1977
A-O
1st mtge 3s series C 1980
M-N
1st mtge 3Vis series D 1982
MS
1st mtge 3 Vis series F 1984
A-O
1st mtge 3 Vis series G 1986
F-A
1st mtge 4s series H 1988
F-A
1st mtge 4%s series I 1989
A-O
S f debs 2Vis 1974
3-D
Central Telephone Co—
4Vis conv subord debs 1969
Af-S
5 Vis conv subord debs 1972
J-J
Cent Vermont Public Serv Corp—
1st mtge 2%s series D 1975
F-A
1st mtge 2Vis series F 1980—Af-N
1st mtge 3 Vis series G 1981
F-A
1st mtge 3%s series H 1982
Af-N
1st mtge 3 Vis series K 1984
J-D
Charleston Cons Ry Gas St Elec—
Consol gold 5s 1999
Af-S
Ches & Potomac Telep Co
of Bait City 3 Vis debs 1995—F-A

4Vis debentures 1993
J-D
5 Vis debentures 1996
J-J
4%s debentures 1998
F-A
Ches & Potomac Tele Co of W Va—
5s debentures 2000
MS
Chesapeake Utilities Corp—
6s debentures 1983
J-J

102

104

i08ya

85%
88%

87%
82%
87%
81%
82

92%
104%
83%

87Vi

__

—

__

__

__

__

A-O
Af-N

■

mtge 4Vis 1987
1st mtge 6s 1990

Sf-N

Cincinnati St Suburban Bell Telep—
4Vis debentures 1993
—A-O
Cincinnati Transit Co—
4V2S cum lnc debs March 1998
Citizens Utilities Co 3%s 1972__Af-S
♦ -

.

107

95

Cleveland Electric Ilium—
AU listed Issues can be
found on page 9
Colorado Interstate Gas Co—
1st mtge pipe line 3.35s 1974
1st mtge pipe line 4.70s 1979_Af-S
Columbia Gas System lnc—
All listed Issues can be found

|

84%

f63Vi
91%

found

1st

El

_

-

—

Commonwealth Edison Co—
lst mtge 3s series L 1977
F-A
1st mtge 3s series N 1978
J-D
1st mtge 3Vis series O 1982
J-J
1st mtge 3s series Q 1984
Af-N
1st mtge 3Vis series R 1986—J-D
1st mtge 4 Vis series S 1987
MS
1st mtge 3%s series T 1988
Af-S
1st mtge 4%s series U 1990-AT-S
3s s f debentures 1999
A-O
2%s s f debentures 1999
A-O
2%s s f debentures 2001
A-O
3 Vis s f debentures 2004
A-O
3%s s f debentures 2008
4%s s f debentures 2009.

86%
82

65
—

1st
1st
1st
1st

9274
—

—

1st
1st

76%

1st ref mtge 2Vis ser U 1981-A-O
1st ref M s f 2%s ser X 1986-J-J

Consolidated Natural Gas Co—
4%s debentures 1986
-F-A
All listed Issues can be
found on page 9
1
/
Consumers
1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge
1st
1st

Power Co

2%a'l975_M-S

L_

2Vis 1977
3 Vis 1981
3%s 1987

M-S
A-O
A-O
J-D
F-A

mtge 3s 1984
3%s 1990

mtge
mtge
mtge
mtge

1st
1st
1st
1st
1st

4s 1986
4%s 1988

4%s 1987
mtge 4%s 1989mtge 4%s 1990
4%s conv debentures
a




Called

for

1075

redemption,

F-A
A-O
V-O
-F-A
J-D
F-A
see

__

81%
75

84
85
78

84%
82

83%

94%
101% 103
103%

105
105 Vi

117

1043/4
1173/4

96.

93

87%
105

99%

A-O
J-D
Af-S
J-J
M-N
J-J

1043/4

88%
_

1970

82%
81%
9678
—

99%

118
93

__

__

89

-1
—

—

—

107%
__

J-J
J-J
J-J
A-O

119

Light Co—
1974
1977

83
92
100
90 Vi

86%
85%
n85
81
•

90%
937a
105

J-J

J-J

90
n84

J-J

86%

A-O
M-N

2Vis

General

A-O
J-D

1969

__

—

__

__

M-S

J-D

1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st

mtge 3s 1974
2.
mtge 2Vis 1979
mtge 2 Vis 1981
mtge 3%s 1983
mtge 3%s 1986
mtge 4 7ss 1988
mtge 4%s 1990
Indianapolis Rys 5s 1967

—

106

__

—

—

99%

M-S

K 1987
1st mtge 4 Vis series L 1988
1st mtge 5s series M 1989

J-D
Af-S

—

General Telep Co of Florida—
1st mtge 5s ser G 1990
Af-S
General Telephone Corp—
4s conv debs 1971
Af-N
4%s conv debs 1977
J-D

107

Georgia Power Co—
1st mtge 3%s 1977

J-D
J-D
A-O
J-D
J-J
A-O

mtge 3%s 1978
mtge 2Vis 1980

mtge 3 Vis 1981
1st mtge 3%s 1982
1st mtge 3Vis 1983
1st mtge 3Vis 1984
A-O
1st mtge 3%s 1985
Af-N
1st mtge 3%s 1986
A-O
1st mtge 5Vis 1987
J-D
1st mtge 4Vis 1988
Af-S
1st mtge 5 %s 1989
M-S
1st mtge 4Vis 1990
M-N
Granite City Generat'g 5s '63__A-0
f Flat

price,

n89%
79
_

8474
n89
82 ya
85 V*

787a
82%

83%
7874
—

_

1057*

—

88
—

—

98

1017s

105

927s

8074
787s
867s

J-J

88%

_

—

—

85 Vi
—

—

—

87

Af-N
M-N

91

M-S

„

75

84 y8

_

„

86
81

867a
91
84

92%
103

A-O
A-O
F-A
Af-S
—J-D
_Jf-S

n8l%
88%

A-O

100%

J-J

87

n87
80

n91

94%
90

98%

Iowa
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st

104%

177

Power

Iowa Public
1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge

__

__

A-O
J-J

81
79
n86

135

A-O

_

Af-S

101

90

87
—

103

£_

i_

1057s

St Light

3%s

Service Co
1978
3 7.S 1978
2Vis 1975

89

8374
79%
84
85

—

—

—

88%
867s
103
103%
_

—

J-J

(Del) —

2%s

Iowa Southern UtU 37»s
1st mtge 5%a 1987

867.

323

Af-S

mtge 3 %s 1981
1st mtge 3s 1984
1st mtge 4%s 1988.

—

321
98

—

J-D
M-N
J-D
J-J

1st

93

45
92

_

Co—
1973
mtge 3s 1978
mtge 2%s 1979
mtge 3748 1982
mtge 3%s 1983
mtge 37as 1986
mtge 3%s 1988
mtge 4%s 1991-

mtge

42
91

n85%
99%

1st mtge 37a 8
1983
37. conv debs 1968
1st mtge 5s 1990

„

10474

89

105

F-A
J-J
A-O
Af-S
M-N

Iowa Illinois Gas & Elec Co—
1st mtge 2748 1977
1st mtge 2%s 1979

89
89

__

176
188

1077a

98

837s

Interstate Power Co—
1st mtge 3%s 1978—
1st mtge 3%s 1982—.
1st mtge 5s 1987-.
1st mtge 57«s 1989_,

105 Vi
106%

__

__

—

1007a

MS

Intermountaln Gas Co—
6s subord intrim notes *62 ws_J-J
6s subord debs 1982
_J-D
International Tel & Tel Corp—
4Vis conv subord debs 1983
Af-N
7%s debs ser A 1977
F-A

n84
102
103%
102%
92 Vi

J-D

—

__

—

n87
93
87
87

—

10274
947.

Af-S

Inland Nat Gas 5%s ser A 1977

Telephone Co of Calif—

Ex-interest,

92%
1047a
1057s

Indianapolis Power St Light—
__

99%

J-D
J-D
J-D

97

__

90

F-A

e

n85Vi

Af-S
Af-S
J-J

Indiana St Michigan Electric Co—
1st mtge 3s 1978
If-S
1st mortgage 2%s 1980
J-D
1st mortgage 37.S 1982
J-J
1st mortgage 3%s 1983
M-S
1st mortgage 37»s 1984
A-O
1st mtge 37aa 1988
F-A
1st mtge 4%s 1988
M-N

837s

M-N

4 Vis series J 1986
1st mtge 5s series

b Basis,

n79%

n89%

Af-N nl02
A-O
94%
J-D

3Vis series I 1985

1st
1st
1st

J-D

Indiana Gas & Water Co—
1st mtge 2Vis ser A 1980

Q4.

Co

J-J

.

Illinois Power Co—
1st mtge 2 Vis 1976
S f debs 2%s 1966
1st mtge 3 %s 1978
1st mtge 2Vis 1979
1st mtge 2Vis 1980
1st mtge 3%s 1982
1st mtge 3%s 1983
1st mtge 3%s 1986
1st mtge 4s 1988__
Indiana Assoc Tel 3s 1975

__

n82

Service

J-J

1st mtge 4%s ser E 1988
1st mtge 4Vis ser F 1994
1st mtge 47as ser G 1997

_

84
88

_Af-S

mtge 3 Vis 1984
mtge 3Vis 1986
mtge 4Vis 1988
mtge 4%s 1990

mtge 3%s
mtge 3s

Af-N

Illinois Bell Telephone Co—
1st mtge 2%s ser A 1981
J-J
3s series B 1978
J-D
1st mtge 37ss ser C 1984
A-O
1st mortgage 37.S ser D 1995-J-J

n80

M-S

1st mtge 3%s 1971
Gatineau Power Co—
1st mtge 3s series C 1970
1st 3 Vis series D 1970
2 Vis s f debs 1961

86%

86%

page

97
89

—

1057s

nl03

Houston Lighting St Power—
1st mtge 2Vis 1974
M-N
1st mtge 3s 1989
M-B
1st mtge 3%s 1986
Af-S
1st mtge 4%s 1987
M-N
1st mtge 47«s 1989
F-A
Idaho Power Co 3 Vis 1981
A-O
1st mtge 4%s 1987
J-J
1st mtge 4743 1987
M-N
1st mtge 4s 1988
A-O
4748 s f debs 1983
A-O
1st mtge 4%s 1988
A-O
1st mtge 5s 1989
_Af-N
1st mtge 47a s 1990
M-N

101

J-D
J-D
M-N

Gas

100% 100%

85%
85

1977

mtge 5s 1989
mtge 5%s 1989
Fort Worth Transit 4%s 1973

96

81%

1976

1st
1st

104% 105 %

83

f debs

n—

A-O

—

—

29

_

1st mtge 3Vis 1983
1st mtge 3Vis 1984
1st mtge 3%s 1986
1st mtge 4%s 1986
1st mtge 4%s 1987
1st mtge 4Vis 1988

__

105

n73
n82

88%

104% 105%
106%

1st
1st
1st

100

105

87%
n79%

s

—

.

3Vis s f debs 1972
mtge 3 Vis 1978
mtge 3s
1979
mtge 3%s 1981

87%
87%

Community Public Service Co—
5%s series E 1987
J-D
Connecticut Light St Power—
1st St ref M 3s ser I 1974
M-S
1st St ref M 3s ser K 1980
A-O
1st & ref H 2%s ser L 1984-M-N
1st St ref M 3Vis ser N 1985.J-D
1st St ref M 3%s ser O 1988__J-J
1st St ref 4%s ser P 1990
F-A
Consolidated Edison Co of NY—
Values for all listed bonds can be
found on page 9
Consol Gas Elec Lt St Pr (Bait) —
1st ref mtge 2Vis ser T 1976
J-J

debs

817.
917a
1017.

82
—

Hackensack Wtr Co 2%s 1976
Af-S
3%s s f debs 1985
J-D
Hartford Elec Lgt 3%s 1971
M-S
1st mtge 4%s ser E 1988
A-O
Hartford Gas conv debs 3Vis '65-3-J

be

can

5Vis 1989
f debentures 1978

conv

n—

n83

M-S

1st mtge 5%s ser A 1989

page 10

Florida Power St

76

75%

Af-N
M-S
F-A

897s

105%

—

103% 104%
75
78
91

87%
86
91

Fall River El Lt 3%s 1983
J-J
1st mtge St coll tr 4%s 1988_A-0
Fed'l Pwr St Lt 6s Nov 1 1965-Af-N
Florida Power Corp 3%s 1974
J-J
1st mtge 3%s 1978
M-N
1st mtge 3%s 1982
M-N
1st mtge 3%s 1983
M-N

88%
89%

s

3%s

82
99

104

82

Emp Dlst Electric Co 3%s 1969-M-S
Equitable Gas Co 3%s 1973
J-J

90%

■

F-A

-A-O
J-J

4s 1988

mtge 4 Vis 1989
1st mtge 47ss 1990

Paso Natural Gas Co—

5 Vis

—

on page 9

827a
8174
957a
9174

__

mtge

4%s

__

103

91

on

El Paso Electric Co 2%s
1st mtge 2Vis 1980
1st mtge 3Vis 1984
1st mtge 4Vis 1988

__

88

Columbus St Sou Ohio Electric—
1st mtge 3Vis 1970
M-S
1st mtge 3748 1981
M-S
1st mtge 374s 1984
A-O
1st mtge 4%s 1987
Af-S
1st mtge 47as 1988
—J-J

1994

East Tennessee Natural Gas—
5s conv debs 1968
Af-N
Eastern Gas St Fuel Assoc—
1st mtge & coll tr 3%s 1965
J-J
1st mtge St coll tr 3%s 1974_Af-S
Eastern Lt & Pow 4s A 1965
J-J
Eastern Utilities Associates—
Coll trust 3%s 1979
J-D
Edison Electric HI 5s 1995
J-J
Elizabeth St Trenton RR 5s '62_A-0

r

,

f23

3s 1979
3%s 1982
3Vis 1984

1st

__

106% 107%

100%

85
92

85%
87

Duquesne Light Co—
All listed Issues

100% 100%

97%
106%

debentures

Duke Power Co 2V4s 1979
1st St ref mtge 3Vis 1981
1st St ret mtge 3s 1975
1st St ref 3%s 1986
47as s f debentures 1982
1st St ret M 5 Vis 1990_

__

°

1st

4%s

__

83
98

92

102
104

M-S
A-O
J-J
J-J
F-A
A-O
J-J

Gulf States Utilities Co—
1st mtge 4 Vis 1986
1st mtge 47»s 1987
1st mtge 4s 1988

__

99

__

83%

Des Moines Transit Co—
Income 5s series A 1974
Detroit Edison Co—
Values for all listed issues can be
found on page 10
Diamond State Telephone Co—

86

83%
80 %

81%
99 Vi

82

Bid

1st 3%s 1071

1st mtge 4%S 1989
1st mtge 5s 1990

__

—

240
181

81%
78%

88

Dayton Power St Light—
1st mtge 2%s 1975
A-O
1st mtge 3 Vis 1982
F-A
1st mtge 5s 1987
M-N
1st mtge 5 Vis 1990
MS
Delaware Power St Light Co—
1st mtge St coll tr 3s 1973
A-O
1st mtge St coll tr 3Vis 1988
J-D

bonds

Bonds—

Gulf Power
1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge

83
81
90
87

.

79
87
86

A-O

Bid

_

91

MS

Bond*—
Dallas Power St Light—
3 Vis s f debs 1973
...A-O
1st mtge 2Vis 1979
..A-O
1st mtge 274S 1980
J-D
1st mtge 3%s 1983
—Af-S
3Vis s f debentures 1980—
F-A
1st mtge 3 Vis 1986F-A
1st mtge 474s 1986
—J-D
1st mtge 5748 1989
J-D

83 y4
81

1990

Cincinnati Gas St Electric—
1st mtge 2%s 1975

Ask

defaulted

_

84 y2
—

—

827a

85

If-N

7674

Af-S
1983—F-A

9374
90%

F-A

83

—

—

—

—

105%

85%
—

92%

106%
_

1067s

Jacksonville Coach Co 5s 1971—J-J
Jacksonville (Fla) Gas 4s 1969-J-D
Jamaica Water Supply Co—

k Last

92

sale,

mtge 2 7s a ser C 1975
1st mtge 3Vis ser F 1981

1st

103%
94
n

t'

Nominal,

r

Canadian

dollar

Af-S
Af-N

value.

f89

95

80

80

n89%

__

•

"TVB

NOTICE—All

bond

Jersey Central Pow & Lt Corp—
1st mtge 2%s 1976
Sf-fl
-3-D
1st mtge 3 Vis 1978.
1st mtge 3 Vis 1984.
1st mtge 3Vis 1985
1st mtge 4 Vis 1986.
1st
1st

mtge

5s

Bid
80
n83
n81

83%
92 Vi

1987

Johnst'n Trac 4s A Dec 31 '62-M-S
Kansas City Power A Light—
1st mtge 2Vis 1976
1st mtge 3%s 1983.
1st mtge 3%s 1985.
1st mtge 5s 1990.
Kansas Gas & Electric Co—
1st 3 Via 1978

1st mtge 3Vis 1982lst mtge 3Vis 1983—
1st mtge 3Vis 1985lst mtge 3Vis 1986.
1st mtge 4Vis 1991
Kansas-Neb Nat Gas 3Vis. '65
Kansas Pwr & Lt 2Vis 1979

84%
82%
—

__

82%

83%
82%
105

_

—

—.

n84Vi

_

85

88%

83%
J-J
A-O
A-O

_

104 % 105%
93

81%
120
83

84%
79

—

.

—

86

91%

—

123

92
86

1st mtge 3Vis series G 1984—J-D
1st mtge 3Vis series H 1985
M-N
1st mtge 4Vis series I 1986—J-D
1st mtge 4 Vis seriei J 1988—Jf-N
1st mtge 5Vis ser K. 1989—J-J
Louisiana Gas Service Co.—
1st mtge 5Vis 1985
J-J
Louisiana Power Ac Light Co—

Merrimack-Essex Electric Co—
4%s 1st mtge series C 1988 Jf-N
Metropolitan Edison Co—
1st mortgage 2Vis 1974
U-N
1st mortgage 3s 1977
M-S

If-8

Units
Midwestern Gas Transmission Co—
1st mtge pipe line 5%s 1980
J-D
Milwaukee Gas Light Co—
1st 3 V»s
1975
M-N
3Vis s I debs 1970
M-N
1st mtge 4Vis 1981
J-D
1st mtge 5%s 1985
Jf-N
Minnesota Power Ac Light Co—1st mtge 3Vis 1975
US
1st mtge 3 Vis 1979
If-8
1st mtge 3Vis 1981
J-J

for




redemption,

.

78
86

—

—

91%

—

—

80%

—

107%

_

84%

86

84

—

84

85%
88%
103%

-J-D
-A-O

—

—

94
90

—A-O

A-O
US

87%

„

135

J-D
J-D

138

101

M-N

83%

_

—

_

101

—

87
84

88%

—

73%
85%

—

__

79
87

_

on

page

—

85%

3%s

s

3 Vis

s

101
105
78

76%
100
82%

4Vis
5%s

—

—

—

__

s

100

86

New

80%

70
167
80
100
104 %
—

_

__

82 %
101%
105%
106

86%
87%
85
—

—

1967_

105

101%
;
-•

105% 106%

87%
n83%

—

83%

81%

99%

2Vis series D 1981—P-A
3%s series E 1982 J-D

79%

99%
n70
99

83%
79%

83%
82%
98%
—

100

81%
86

85 Vi

78%

2%s debentures 1990
3Vis debentures 1984
3s debentures 1989—
3%s debentures 1995
3Vis debentures 1993

_

__

108

__

__

—

—

_

wA
__

_

96

100A
85
88 Vi
__

__

79

New Jersey Bell Telephone—
3 Vis debentures 1988

—

J-D
A-O

4Vis debentures 2000

U-N

New Jersey Natural Gas Co—
5 Vis conv
debs 1970

95%

107% 107%

J-J
Jf-S
Jf-N
___Jf-N

J-D

78%
74%
84%
80
_

—

104 Vi

140

84
_

_

__

85%

105% 106%
89

87%
86%
90%

96.

M-S

1st mtge 3s 1978
1st mtge 2Vis 1979
1st mtge 4 Vis 1988
1st mtge 4Vis 1990

New Orleans Pub
1st mtge 3Vis
1st mtge 3Vis
lst mtge 4Vis
1st mtge 3%s
1st mtge 4%s

b Basis,

e

Ex-interest,

J-D
J-D
Jf-N
J-J

__

_

83%
86%

86%
__

f Flat

J-J
—A-O
-A-O

-3-D

price,

k Last

102

90%

90

104%

—--J-D

102

—

103%

Serrice—.
88%

1973—P-A

82

__

_

98%

—

105%

_

be found on page 13.
Northern States Power (Minn)—

Quotes for all listed issues can
be found on page 13.
Northern States Power (Wis.}—
1st mtge 2%s 1977
A-O
1st mtge 4%s 1987
J-D
Northwest Natural Gas Co—
1st mtge 5 Vis 1984.
Northwestern Bell Tel 2%s '84—J-D
Jf-N
4%s debentures 1989

4Vis

:

debentures

k78

Dec 22

kl01% Mar 30
100

-i

__

80

_

QQ34

J-D

1998

Ohio Edison Co 1st M 3s 1974—M-5
A-O
1st mtge 2%s 1975
—US
1st mtge 3%s 1978
——J-J
1st mtge 3%s 1984—
Jf-N
1st mtge 3Vis 1985
Jf-S
1st mtge 4Vis 1988
M-S
1st mtge 4%s 1989—
Ohio Power Co—
A-O
1st mtge 3 Vis 1968
A-O
1st mtge 3s 1971 _
A-O
1st mtge 3s 1978—
1st mtge 3%s 1981—
.—..A-O
J-J
1st mtge 3%s 1983 1st mtge 3%s 1984_
A-O
M-S
1st mtge 3%s
1985
-M-N
1st mtge 4Vis 1986
—
...M-N
1st mtge 4%s 1987
A-O
1st mtge 4%s 1989
Oklahoma Gas & Electric—
Values for all listed Issues can
be found on page 13
.

104% 105%

Otter Tall Power
5 Vis conv debs

91%
105
87

84%
93%
81%
98%

sale,

Co—
1967

4%s

mtge

J-D
M-N
f-A

1991

89%
84%

84

.

Orange Ac Rockland Utilities—
1st mtge 4%s ser P 1988

n85%
-

'

_

_

-

86%

85%
_

-

^_

93%
82
n85

100

10274
94
90

86%
86

81%
83%
100%
103

98%
171

102%

104
104

__

_

_

Pacific Gas Ac Electric Co—
/
Values for all listed Issues can be
found on page 13

Lighting

Gas

Supply Co—

Sink fd debs 5s ser A 1980—A-O
Pacific Power Ac Light Co—

mtge 3%s 1977

1st mtge 3%s 1982
1st mtge 3 Vis 1982
1st mtge 3%s 1984.
lst mtge 3%s 1984
1st mtge 3%s 1985.
1st
1st
1st
1st

%

J-J
ftf-S
M-S

conv

mtge

debs

5 Vis

86
n84
n86

87%
n—

J-J nlOO
n—
n—

1974

1990

—

n82

mtge 5%s 1987
mtge 5%s 1987
mtge 4%s 1988.

—

M-S

Pacific Telephone As Telegraph—
3 Vis debentures 1979
Sf-N
3 %s debentures 1989
U-N
4%s debentures 1990
M-N
5 Vis debentures 1980
P-A
5%s debentures 1993
P-A
Values for all listed issues can
be found on page 13
Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line—
3%s s f debs 1973
P-A
-J-D
2%s debentures 1975
-J-D
3%s debentures 1974

Pennsylvania Electric Co—
1st mtge 3%s 1972
1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge

118

106
_

—

_

—

82%
101%
106

94%
120

102% 103%

n83
n77%
103 Vi 104%
nl05% 106%
105% 106%

88%
-79%
90

—

_

__

__

„

_

—

_

92
89

3 %s 1973.
2%s

1978—

2%s 1979.
3%s 1981
3%s 1982

1st

4Vis 1983
mtge 3%s 1984

1st

81

Service Co—

1974
1978.
1983
1984
1987.

_

95%

New

Jersey Power Ac Light—
1st 3s series 1974

,

89%

1980—Jf-S
mtge 4%s series J 1989
J-J
mtge 4%s series K 1990—P-A

4%s

A-O
M-S

95

103% 104%
104% 105%

Northern Natural Gas Co—

1st

1988.

_

„

England Power—

J-D

—

89
94

A-O

1st mtge 3%s 1981
1st mtge 5s 1984
1st mtge 4%s 1985.
Northern Indiana Public
1st mtge 3Vis series C
1st mtge 2%s series E

Pacific

1985—J-J
1987—P-A

90

_

Northeastern Wat Co 5s 1968—J-J
Northern Illinois Gas 3%s *79—J-J

1st

Elec Assn—
,

104%

104

__

88

J-D

104%
94%
99%

_

—

.

—

_J-D

:

3%s debentures 1991.
4s debentures 1993
5%s debentures 1994

__

101

88
85
101
106
104

97
98

—

13.

—

95%

3%s debentures

106
98
127

Jf-N
A-O
A-O
J-D
A-O

New England Tel Ac Tel—
1st 4%s 1961 series B_
3s debentures 1982
3s debentures 1974.
3 Vis debentures 1977—

Apr
7
94%
95

89 %

debentures

1st mtge 3%s series F
1st mtge 4%s series G
1st mtge 4s ser H 1988

k90

99

85

Bedford Gas Ac Edison

1st mtge
1st mtge

103% 104%

97

s

84%
83%

-U-N
3 Vis series A 1961
1st mtge 3s series B 1978
J-J
1st mtge 2%s series C 1979—J-J

__

75
72

84

M-S

New

105%
107%

Jf-N

Light Co 3% notes A 1973
U-N
2%s notes series B 1975
A-O
New England Electric System—

85

82%

85
81%

_M-S

f debentures 1977
f debentures 1979
f debentures 1983
f debentures 1982
f debentures 1985

3 Vis debentures 1977
New England Gas &
4s series C "1971

1157

105

4%s 1st mtge pipe line 1979-A-O
5s 1st mtge pipeline 1980—
A-O

3s

85%

U-N

Natural Gas Pipeline Co of
America 4%s debs 1978
4%s 1st mtge pipe line 1978-M-N

_

—

s

5%s

82

103%
105%

88

1st mtge 3%s series C 1982—Jf-S
1st mtge 3%s series D 1983—Jf-S
1st mtge 3%s series E 1986—Jf-S
national Fuel Gas 3s debs '73—J-J

85

79%
79%

P-A

—

85

Nippon Electric Power Co Ltd—
6%s due 1953 ext to 1963—J-J
North Carolina Natural Gas—
6s subord Inc debs 1983
F-A

1st
1st

—

—

99% 100%
105%

4%s debentures 1988
5s debentures 2000—

83%
83%

Niagara Mohawk Power Corp—
Gen mtge 3Vis 1981
J-D
Gen mtge 3%s 1984
—P-A
Gen mtge 3%s 1986
M-N
Gen mtge 3%s 1988
J-D
Gen mtge 4%s 1987
M-S
Gen mtge 4%s 1990
A-O
Quotes for all listed issues can
be found

85%

83%

Quotes for all listed isses can

Jf-N

4s debentures 1983
Mountain States Tel Ac Tel—
2%s debentures 1986—
3Vis debentures 1978,
3s debentures 1989
3%s debentures 1990

New York Power Ac Light Corp—
1st mtge 2%s 1975
Jf-S
N Y State Elec Ac Gas Corp—
-A-O
1st mtge 3s 1978
Jf-N
1st mtge 3%s 1984.
-US
1st mtge 3 Vis 1985
Jf-N
1st mtge 4%s 1987—
1st
mtge 3%s 1988
N Y Steam Corp 3%s 1963
J-J
N Y Tele Co "Values lor all listed
issues can be found on page 13.
Ref mtge 4%s series L 1997—A-O

_

84%
80%

A-O

Narragansett Electric Co—
1st mtge 3s series A 1974
1st mtge 3s series B 1978
105

page

•:

82%
77%

_F-A
.M-S

Aystlc Valley Gas Co—
1st mtge 3 Vis ser A 1974
1st mtge 6s series B 1977

95
104

US
see

—

82%

3%s debentures 1971
3 Vis debentures 1974

o

101%

Jf-S
A-O
J-D

lst mortgage 5s 1990-Jf-N
Mexican Light Ac Power Co—
Extended 5s series A 1975
-A
Income deb stock 5%s
Michigan Bell Telephone Co—
3%s debentures 1988
A-O
4Vis debentures 1991
J-D
4%s debentures 1992
M-N
4%s debentures 1994
F-A
4 Vis debentures 1996
P-A
Michigan Consolidated Gas—
1st mortgage 3%s 1969
Jf-8
1st mortgage 3%s 1969
3%s s f debentures 19671st mortgage 3s 197G.
lst mortgage 3%s 1976.
-F-A
1st mortgage 3Vis 1979.
-J-J
lst mortgage 3%s 1980N
lst mortgage 6Vis 1982
J-J
Michigan Wisconsin Pipe Line Co—
1st mtge pipe line 5%s 1980 J-D

Called

86%
81%

J-J

Montana Power 2%s 1975
1st mtge 3Vis 1984
3 Vis s f debentures 1979
1st mtge 4%s 1989
Mountain Fuel Supply Co—

87%

__

Madison Gas Ac El Co 2 Vis *76
J-J
1st mortgage 2Via 1979
U-N
lst mortgage 4 Vis 1988.
-A-O
Maine Public Service Co—
1st mtge Ac coll tr 2Vis 1975-A-O
Meridionale Electric Co—
7s series A 1957
A-O

104%

defaulted bonds

.

85
85

1st mortgage 3s 1974_
1st mortgage 3Vis 1978
1st mortgage 3s 1980
1st mortgage 3 Vis 1984
1st mortgage 4Vis 1987,
1st mortgage 5s 1990
Louisville Gas Sc Electric Co (Ky)lst mortgage 4Vis 1987
M-S
1st mortgage 4Vis 1990
A-O

—

—

105

—

—

US
J-D

1st mtge 3Vis 1975
4%s debentures 1977—
1st mtge 5Vis 1983

Long Island Lighting Co—

a

81%
99%

—

86

-J-J
.Jf-S

Monongahela Power Co—
1st mtge 3s 19751st mtge 3s 1977
1st mtge 3%s 1979.
lst mtge 3Vis 1981
1st mtge 3%s 1983.
1st mtge 4%s 1984.

Laclede Gas Co deb 3Vis '74
83
Jf-S
1st mtge 3 Vis 1979
J-D
81%
1st mtge 4Vis 1982
100
Jf-N
1st mtge 4Vis 1985
J-J
100
Laclede Gas Light Co—
1st s f 3 Vis 1965
P-A
94
Lake Superior District Power—
1st mtge 3s ser A 1975
A-O
84
1st mtge 2Vis ser C 1980
J-J
70 %
1st mtge 3 Vis ser D 1981—Jf-S
83
1st mtge 3 Vis ser E 1983
If-8
87%
1st mtge 4Vis ser F 1991
P-A nl01% 102
Lawrence Gas Co—
1st 6s series A 1977
U-N
104%

1st mtge 4%a 1987

76%

mtge 2%s 1980
J-D
1st mtge 3Vis 1983
Jf-S
1st mtge 4 Vis 1988
A-O
Missouri Power Ac Light Co—
1st 2%s 1976
J-J
1st 2%s 1979
U-N
1st mtge 3 Vis 1984
J-J
-J-D
1st mtge 5Vis 1989—

80

3 Vis series D 1976—J-D
1st mtge 3Vis series E 1982—A-O
1st mtge 3 Vis series F 1983—M-S

75

n„

M-S
A-O

Montana-Dakota Utilities—
1st mtge 3s 1965
let mtge 3%s 1976

82
87

1st mtge

—

_

—

1st mtge

3s ser A 1977
Jf-N
mtge 3 Vis ser B 1979
J-J
mtge 2 Vis ser C 1980
J-J
mtge 3Vis ser D 1982
J-D
mtge 3Vis ser E 1983
A-O
mtge 3Vis ser P 1985
A-O
mtge 3Vis ser G 1986
A-O
Kentucky & West Va Power Co—
1st mtge 3s 1979
Jf-N
Kings County Elec Lt & Power—
Purch money 6s g 1997
A-O

—

87%

—

1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st

Mid-America Pipeline Co—
6Vis subord debs 1980

81

P-A

Mississippi Power Ac Light—
1st mtge 3%s 1974
1st mtge 2%s 1977
1st mtge 3 Vis 1979

—

88%

1st

Kentucky-Ohio Gas Co 2s 1973-J-D
Kentucky Utilities Co—

1st mortgage 3%s 1982
1st mortgage 3 Vis 1984
lst mortgage 4%s 1987.

M-A
P-A
-A-O
_jf-a

19712Vis 1977_
3s 1979
2%s 1980—
3%s 1981—
3%s 1986—

4%s 1987—
1st mtge 5 Vis 1989—
1st mortgage 5s 1990.

125

3-D
-J-J

1st 3%s
lst mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge

107%

—

BI«

Mississippi Power Co—
82

105 %
107

—

mtge 5Vis 1989.
1st mtge 5 Vis 1990

59

PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 30, 1961.
prices are "and interest" except where marked "t" and income and

April, 1961

J-D

-U-N

A-O

95%

mtge 3Vis 1986

M-N
Jf-S
P-A
Jf-N
Pennsylvania Gas Ac Water Co—
Quotes under old name of
Scranton Spring Brook Water Ser
r

Canadian

dollar

84%
_

88

P-A
J-D
M-S

1st mtge 4s 1988
1st mtge 5s 1989
1st mortgage 5s 1990

n Nominal,

83%
80%

value.

85%

—

__

84

93
_

_

—

98
106

105%

PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS
MARCH 30, 1961.
*"f" and income and defaulted bonds

60
NOTICE—AI1

bond

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OP
prices are "and interest" except
where marked
Bid

Bonds—

Ask

Pennsylvania Power Co—
1st mtge 27/aS 1975
1st mtge 2%s 1980
1st mtge 3Vis 1982
1st mtge 5s 1987
Penn Pwr & Light 3s

Pennsylvania

Telep

84

M-N
Af-S
E-A
.

1975
2%s 1975

78%
87

_A-0
A-O

__

87%
105%

80 %
86

Penn Water & Power Co—
Ref mtge & coll tr 3 Vis "64
J-D
Ref mtge & coll tr 3 Vis "70—J-J

86 Vi

95 y2

J-J

Peoples Gas Light & Coke—
1st <& ref M 3 Vis ser I 1979
Peoples Passenger Ry—

—

96

-90

J-J

__

93 Vi

87
92
98

Philadelphia Elec Pwr 2Vis 1975-J-J
Philadelphia Suburban Water—
1st mtge 4 Vis 1987
J-J
1st mtge 4Vis 1988
M-N

84

Transportation

83
88
102
97

J-J
A-O

Potomac Electric Power Co—
1st mtge 2Vis 1985
1st mtge 3Vis 1988
1st mtge 3Vis 1990
1st mtge 3 Vis 1991
4Vis debentures 1982
3Vis conv debs 1973
1st mtge 4Vis 1993
1st mtge 5y«a 1994
1st mtge 5s 1995

85 Vi
87 Vi

83%
85 Vi
84 Vi
101

75 Ys
90 Vi

Af-N
J-D
J-D
J-D
P-A

84%

Public Service Co of N H—
1st mtge 3 Vis ser A 1973
1st mtge 2Vis ser B 1977
1st mtge 3 Vis ser C 1978
1st mtge 3Vis ser D 1978
1st mtge 3s ser E 1979
1st mtge 3 Vis ser H 1984

—

__

—

_

103

—

__

99Vi
160
162

100
106

108
107

83

84%
84 y4
81

97%
101%
87 y4
85 i/i
82 VA

85%
99

88%
n79%
84%

A-O
J-D
M-N
J-D
A-O
J-J
M-N

84%
80%
80%

__

__

__

__

86 y4
101%

__

__

__

__

__

__

83 %
82 '/a
86 y2

85%
79 y4

E-A
E-A
_M-N
E-A

J-J

debentures 1998

1st <fc ref
1st & ref
1st As ref
1st <fc ref

M 2Vis 1980
M 3Vis 1984
M 4Vis 1986
M 4Vis 1987
1st & ref M 4Vis 1988
1st & ref M 5 Vis 1989
1st & ref M 4Vis 1990

Af-N
Af-N
M-N
M-S

—

__

—

__

_

98
__

103%

94

104%

92

104%
108
112

__

__

:

122

78%
85 %
99%

__

__

105%

1st mortgage 4Vis 1988

Af-N

94 ya

5Vis debentures 1983
1st mtge 5 Vis 1989
1st mtge 5Vis 1990

M-N

105%
106 y2

F-A

Quebec Natural Gas Corp—
5Vis subord debs (ex-stock)
Quebec Power 3s ser E 1962

1985
M-S
J-J

Rhine Westphalia Electric Power—
All issues quoted on Page No 14




value,
Ex-rights.

par
v

106
100% 101
__

81%
98

a

__

92%
82%
82 Vi
76 V4
81

J-J
Af-S
A-O
A-O
A-O

A-O
A-O

__

J-J

Electric & Power Co—
1st mtge 3y4s 1984
A-O
3Vis debentures 1979
A-O
1st mtge 3Vis 1986
Af-N
1st mtge 5V«s 1987
M-N

—

__

__

J-D

mtge 5 yas 1990
5%s debentures 1985

__

105%
101

Scranton Spring Brook Water
1st mtge 2Vis 1976
5 Vis s f debs ww 1984

—

105%

107%
105

J-D
Serv
M-S

78
99

A-O

100

Sliawlnlgan Water & Power Co—
1st & coll 3%s ser H 1970
J-J
1st & coll 3 Vis ser J 1970
E-A
1st & coll 3s series N 1971—Af-N

88
88
82

90
90
84

84

99 Ve

83%
91
98

100

_

_

__

5s

debentures

J-D
J-D

80%

106%
103%
al08% 108 y2
107 VB 107%
__

A-O

1997

84%

190

Electric

Power

J-D

Af-S

mtge 4Vis 1986
mtge 4Vis 1988

101

__

94%

__

__

96

J-J

__

78

94

106

Tennessee Gas Transmission Co—
1st M pipe line 2%s 1966
A-O
1st M pipe line 3s 1967
M-S

__

90

.i.

mtge 5s 1990

pipe line 3s 1970
1st M pipe line 3y8s 1971
1st M pipe line 3%s 1971
1st M pipe line 3%s 1974
4%s debentures 1974
1st M pipe line 3%s 1975

M-S
E-A

4s debentures
1975
1st M pipe line 37/as

A-O

1st M

M-S
J-D
M-S

P-A

1976
4%s debentures 1977
1st M pipe line 4%s 1978

E-A
J-J

M-N

5s debentures 1978
1st M pipe line 5Vis 1977
1st M pipe line 5%s 1979

M-N

line 5%s 1979

J-J

Af-N

-

J-J
M-N

1977

debentures

Eastern Transmission—
4Vis debentures 1974
Af-S
1st mtge pipeline 4%s 1977—Af-S
5 Vis debentures 1976
;
J-D

96%

__

90
91
91

91
93
94

93%

94 y2

89

94
96
100
99%
104

_

101

100%
105

104% 105%
104% 105%
104%

106

1st mtge pipeline 5Vis
6s debentures 1977

1977

J-D
pipeline 4%s 1978—Af-S
pipeline 5Vis 1978—M-S
pipeline 4yas 1979—A-O
5%s debentures 1980
F-A
1st mtge pipeline 5s 1981
J-J
1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge

94

99

101%
103

—

—

103

99
103
99
103
103

—

103%

Texas Electric Service Co—

debs
2%s
debs
3Vis

3y4s s f
1st mtge
3Vis s f
1st mtge

^-A-O
M-S
Af-N
J-D

1973
1975
1977
1981

3y4s 1982
3%S 1986
4%s 1988
1st mtge 4%s 1987
5%s s f debentures 1985
1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge

& Light—
1st mtge 2%s 1975
1st mtge 3s 1977
1st mtge 3s 1978
S f deb 3 %s 1973
1st mtge 3Vis 1982
1st mtge 3 Vis 1984
1st S f debs 3Vis 1977

Af-N
Af-S
M-N
J-J
E-A

89%
n—

n87

n85%
84

__

83 Vi
88%
—

_

n82% __
101 y2 102%
n99% __
—

107

Texas Power

92%
81 y4
87

79%

Af-N
A-O

1953 stamped ext
Toledo Edison Co—
1st mtge 2Vis 1977
6s

J-J
Af-S

88
83

A-O
Af-N
Af-S

92%

85%

A-O

Af-N
P-A

102%

Southern Electric Generating—
1st mortgage 5%s 1992
J-D
1st mtge 5y4s 1992 (1960)
J-D

105% 106%
105% 106%

A-O

81

1st mtge pipe line 3s 1968
J-D
1st mtge pipe line 2T/#s 1970-J-D
1st mtge pipe line 4s 1973
Af-N
Conv deb 4%s 1973
J-D
1st mtge pipe line 3Vis 1974_E-A
4%s s f debentures 1978
J-J
1st mtge pipe line 4%s 1979
J-J

91
87

95%

86%
84

M-N
J-D
J-J

n—

__
—
—
__

—

—

89

100Va

—

100%

102 Ya 102%

182

—

J-Dfk2l3% Jan 27
100% 101

to 1963_J-D

A-O
M-S
A-O

81
n83%

n80%
98%

Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line—'
1st mtge 4Vis 1978
.—J-D
1st mtge pipe line 5s 1977
A-O
6y8s debentures 1978
Af-N
1st mtge pipe line 5s 1979
P-A
1st mtge pipe line 5Vis 1980-E-A
1st mtge pipe line 5 Vis 1980_M-N
Transwestern Pipeline Co—
5s subord debs 1969 (ex-stk)_M-N
Units
Twin City

85%

A-O

Trans-Canada Pipe Line Ltd—
5.60s subord debs 1987

95
93

91%

A-O
A-O

1st mtge 3y8s 1978
1st mtge 3s 1979

82

84%
n84

A-O

1st
1st
1st

88

94%

(Calif)

Rpd Transit 4s 1964_A-0

96%

100

104
100

__
—

99%
—
—
—
—

101% 102%
102
103
91
91%
174% 176

95

140%
Union Electric

89

98%
100%

Nevada Power Co—
1st mtge 5 Vis series D 1989_Af-N

__

105

85

J-J
J-D
Af-8

82%

__

97

1st

mtge

4%s 1990

1971_Af-N
1975-A-O

1980—J-D

Af-N
1982-Af-N
J-J

Af-8
M-S

93
83%
81
88 A

85
n90y4

86%
85 V*
—

88%,

99
103% 104%

n__

__

r»r»

f Flat price, k Last sale, n Nominal, r
_

Co of Missouri—

mtge <& coll tr 3Vis
1st mtge & coll tr 2%s
1st mtge 8c coll tr 2 Vis
3s debentures 1968
1st mtge & coU tr 3%s
1st mtge 3%s 1986
1st mtge 4Vis 1988
1st

Southern

■■■■:■

—

85

n__

Tokyo Electric Light Co Ltd—
1st mtge 6s $ ser 1953

b Basis,

88%

P-A
J-J

183

Called for redemption, see page 96.

—

84

94
n77

1st
1st
1st

_

102

Extended to 1981
J-J
Tampa Electric Co 2%s 1976—P-A

Southern Colorado Power Co—
Conv debs 5%s 1972
-3-D

3%s debentures 1985
3%s debentures 1989
4Vis debentures 1991

79%
85%

f__

104
105

Southern Indiana Gas & Elec—
1st mtge 3%s 1984

91
85
82 V*

J-J

mtge 4Vis 1986
mtge 4%s 1988—
mtge 4y2s 1991
Toho Elec Power 7s 1955

3%s 1981
3%s ser A 1984
1st mtge 4%s ser B 1982
1st mtge 4s ser C 1983
1st mtge 4%s ser D 1985

105%

Ltd—

Co

40-year 5%s s f 1971
6%s due 1971 stamped

Southern California Gas Co—
1st mortgage 3%s 1970
A-C
1st mortgage 2%s 1977
J-J
1st mortgage 3%s 1978
Af-N
1st mortgage 2Vis 1980
J-D
1st mtge 3%s series A 1982
A-O
1st mtge 3Vis series B 1981
J-D
1st mtge 5yas series C 1983
J-J
1st mtge 5Vis series D 1984
A-O

Southern Counties Gas
1st mtge 3s 1971
1st mtge 3s 1977

87

105%

__

84
79
96

.A-O

4%s debentures 1993
5VzS debentures 1994

90

78%

M-S
A-O

4s debentures 1983
5s debentures 1986-

79'/i

103% 103%

85%

1st M pipe

85 y8
78

J-J

P-A
J-J

2%s debentures 1985
2Vis debentures 1987
3 Vis debentures 1989
3y4s debentures 1995

104%

98

Texas

South Carolina Power Co—
1st & ref 3s 1975
J-J
South Jersey Gas Co 4yas 1977-A-O
Southeastern Corp 5s deb 1964
Southern Bell Tel & Tel—
3s debentures 1979

84

80 Vi

6s

Shlnyetsu Electric Power Co Ltd—
1st mortgage 6%s 1952
3-D
6%s due 1952 stamped
Extended to 1962
J-D

76 V*

E-A

mtge 3.35s 1981

,

lavannah

80%
84%
88%

104
f95

Staten Island Edison 2%s 1979_Af-N
Surface Transit Inc—
1st mortgage 6s 1971
M-N
Taiwan

__

104% 105%
__

Southwestern Gas <Ss Electric Co—
1st mtge 3y<s ser A 1970
E-A
1st mtge 3 Vis ser B 1978
J-J
1st mtge 3s ser C 1979
J-D
1st mtge 2%s ser D 1980
J-D
1st mtge 3%s ser E 1982
Af-S
1st mtge 3 Vis ser F 1984
Af-N
1st mtge 4%s ser G 1987
J-J

1st
_■

106

-

2%s debentures 1985
A-O
3Vis debentures 1983
Af-N
4%s debentures 1992
A-O
4%s debentures 1995
P-A
Southwestern Electric Power Co—
1st mtge 5y»s ser H 1989
Af-N

Southwestern Public Service Co—
1st mtge 3 %s 1978E-A
1st mtge 3.20s 1979_.
_J-D

88%

Southern New England Telephone—

Union

Sinking fund deb 6s 1953-

__

Southern Natural Gas Co—

M-N
A-O
-

1st mtge 3s series C 1978
1st mtge 3y4s ser D 1982
1st mtge 2Vis ser E 1984
1st mtge 3y4s ser F 1985
1st mtge 4Vis ser G 1987
1st mtge 4%s ser H 1990
4%s s f debentures 1984

—

__

M-3

•
Without
Ex-dividend,

Van Diego Gas & Electric Co—
1st mtge 3Vis 1970

1st mtge
1st mtge

Puget Sound Power & Light—

x

102%

83

79
80 y2

Bid

Bonds—
Southern Union Gas Co—
_J-D
5%s s f debentures 1985Southwest Nat Gas Inc 6s 1966-A-O
Southwestern Bell Telephone—

—

Southern California Edison Co—
Values for all listed bonds can be
found on pages 14 or 38

103Vi 104
105 y4 106%
104
104%

P-A
J-D

83%
89%
88 ya

M-N

laguenay Power Co Ltd—
1st mtge 3s ser A 197l__.
Af-S
It Joseph Light & Power Co—
1st mtge 2%s 1976
A-O
1st 3s 1979-i.
J-J
1st mtge 5s 1989_ _____-D

4%s debentures 1998

105
103
103

Af-S

Public Service Elec & Gas Co—
Values for all listed Issues can
be found on page 14
°

Service

__

—

89

Pub Serv Coordinated Transport—
1st & ref 4s 1990
-J-J
1st & ref 5s 1990
J-J
1st & ref 5Vis 1990
J-J
1st & ref 6s 1990
J-J

Water

87

104%

—

;

1st mtge 3Vis ser D 1983
1st mtge 3s ser E 1984
1st mtge 4Vis ser P 1987
1st mtge 3Vis ser G 1988
1st mtge 5s series H 1990

Rhine-Ruhr

W.

1st & coH tr 3%s ser P 1973-A-O

_J-D

Public Service Co of Oklahoma—
1st mtge 2Vis ser A 1975
J-J
1st mtge 2Vis ser B 1978
E-A
1st mtge 3 Vis ser C 1981
A-O

mtge 4%s 1991

__

__

Af-N
3-D

J-J
3-D
J-J

3Vis ser I 1986
5Vis ser J 1987
5Vis ser K 1989
5 Vis ser L 1990
'..

—

85

Public Service Co of Indiana—
1st mtge 3 Vis ser P 1975
M-S
1st mtge 3 Vis ser G 1977
M-N
1st mtge 3s ser H 1979
J-J
1st mtge 3Vis ser J 1982
J-J
1st mtge 3Vis ser K 1984
J-J
1st mtge 4Vis ser M 1989
E-A

1st

96 V*

M-S

1st

-

50-yr 6%

99

85%

Public Service Co of Colorado—
1st mtge 2Vis 1977
J-D
1st mtge 3 Vis 1978
A-O
1st mtge 3Vis 1981
A-O
1st mtge 3 Vis 1984
A-O
1st mtge 4Vis 1987
__Af-N
1st mtge 4Vis 1989
Jlf-N

.

72%

3-D

Light & Power Co—
1st mtge 3y«s ser C 1978
J-D
1st mtge 3%s ser D 1981
1st mtge 3%s ser E 1983
A-O

.

Potomac Edison Co—
1st mtge & coll tr 3s 1974
A-O
1st mtge & coll tr 3 Vis 1978
J-J
1st mtge & coll tr 3Vis 1977
J-D
1st mtge & coll tr 3%s 1981_A-0
1st mtge & coll tr 4Vis 1987-Af-N

;

86
92

84
94

Portland General Electric Co—
1st mtge 3 Vis 1975
J-J
1st mtge 3 '/as 1977
M-N

•

98%
__

105 Va

—

J-J

Portland Gas & Coke Co—
1st mtge 3 Vis 1976
1st mtge 4Vis 1976

;

__

A-O

lafe Harbor Wat Pwr 3s 1981

Co—

Pittsburgh Rys Co 5s 1970

mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge

_

n92
93

Consol mtge 3-6s ser A 2039
J-J
1st & ref mtge 3%s ser B '70-J-D
Pioneer Nat Gas debs 5 Vis "IT-MS

1st

Rochester Telephone Corp—
1st mtge 2%s ser A 1981
4s s f debs 1963
1st mtge 4%s ser E 1993

91%
82%
85%
85 %

Ask

Rockland

Cons 4s extended 1962
Af-S
2nd 4s extended 1961
J-J
Phlla Elec Co Values for aU listed
Issues can be found on page 13

Philadelphia

Bid

Bonds—
Rochester Gas & Electric Corp—
Gen mtge 3Vis ser J 1969
Af-S
1st mtge 3s series L 1979
Af-S
1st mtge 3%s ser N 1982
J-D
3Vis series O 1985
Af-S
1st mtge 4Vis ser R 1987
J-J
1st mtge 5s series. S 1989——A-O

noffA

Canadian dollar value, t New stock,

"-""Wi

61

April, 1961

Public Utility Stocks

AT-T. SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 30. 1961.

QUOTATIONS FOR

Stock*—

Par
2

Alabama Gas Corp common.
Warrant*
$5.50 ser A pfd w w_
Without warrants
Alabama Power Co $4.20 pfd

100

100

4.60 %

preferred
4.92% preferred
Alabama-Tenn Natural Gas
Allegheny Power System Inc

100
100
1

5

Allied Gas Co
Alioona A Logan Vy Elec Ry
American Cable A Radio Corp
American District Telegraph Co
American A Foreign Power Co
Amer Electric Power Co Inc
American Natural Gas Co
Amer

Telephone A Telegraph
Rights (expire April 14)

Ai'-

ncan

6%

5

_•
1

Bid

34%

Central Illinois Elec A Gas

35

7
119
98
85
92

124
102
86

100

102

7%

25%

26%
46%

46
17
36

9%

9%

•

107

•

10%
65%
89 Va
90%
121 y» 121%
112
1%
23
23%
29
28%
26%
27%
56%
55%

10

26

33 Mi

Water Work* Oo

6
26

preferred

5%%

preferred
25
Anglo Canadian Tel Co class A—10

— —

11
66

Appalachian Power Co 4%% pfd-100
60% s f preference
100

93%

Arizona Public Service Co com
$1.10 preferred
$2.36 preferred
$2 40 preferred serin A

i

5

94%

93

50

65%
21%
46%
47%

50

49%

2.50
20

40%

40%

29%
23%

30%

25
50

$2.50 preferred
Arkansas Louisiana

Gas

com

90c
convertible
Arkansas Missouri

preference

Arkansas Power A
4.32%
preferred

66%
__

Light Co—

Power

Co.

100

4.72%
preferred
5.48%
preferred
Arkansas Western Gas new

Atlanta Gas Light
4 V4%
preferred
4.44%
preferred

2.50

10
100
100

common

Atlantic City

Electric Co
preferred

4%

100
100

4%
100

com

4.75%

preferred
Atlantic City Sewerage
Aurora Corp (Illinois)

100

•
1

Baltimore Gas At Electric CoCommon
4%* preferred series B_
.100
4%
.100
preferred series C
Baltimore

Transit

Co

.1

Bangor Hydro Electric common..15
7% preferred
100
4% preferred
100
4%% preferred
100
Barcelona Traction Light
A Power Co Ltd ordinary.
Bell Telephone Co Of Canada
Berkshire Gas Co
Blddeford <5z Saco Water
Black Hills Power A Light com

4.20%
preferred
Blackstone Valley Gas
414 % preferred
Boston

Edison

4.25%

Oo

A

85

97%

105

17%
52%

tl6%
48%
87'/a

90

86%
40%

40%
87
— _

■

6%

6%

29%

30

97

98

84

85

8%

9%

50
136
78
82

n

,

common

—

11%

12

10
100

18%

48%
20

26

100

preferred

100

95

_

40%

42%

84

—

80

Traction Light and
Ltd ordinary
Bridgeport Gas Co common
Co

5.28%

preferred
Bridgeport Hydraulic Co

•
•

25
20

British Columbia
Power
*
Brockton Edison 6.40% pfd
100
Brockton Taunton Gas Co com.. 10
$3.80 preferred
50

73%

74

90

100

101

Bklyn Teleg A Mess'ger gtd
Brooklyn Union Gas Co com
5%% preferred series A
Buzzards Bay Gas—
6% prior preferred

100
10

-.100

4%

33%
42%
34%
23%
62
75

23%

Calgary Power Co
9
California Electric Power com
1
All listed preferred issues can be
found on page 31
Calif Interstate Telep Co com
5
California-Oregon Power com
20

25%

4.70%

preferred
5.10% preferred

preferred
conv preferred

25
25

Canadian Marconi Co
Carolina Natural Gas Corp

1

l

Carolina Pipe Line Co
l
Carolina Pow A Lt Oo common
•
$5
preferred
•
$4.20 preferred
•
Carolina Tel A Tel Co
20
Cascade Natural Gas Corp com
l
55c preferred
•
Central Electric A Gas com
3.*n
4% % preferred A
50
4.75% preferred series B
50
$2.75 preferred
50
Central Hudson Gas A Elec com
*
4%% preferred
100
—

4 75 "J•

No

nreferred.

par

value,




44%
35%
,

__

22

17%
a5l%

_

r-—

22%

19
52

100

-

a

Called

19

27%

33

33%

21

33%
22
n40

5%
4%

5%
5%

6%
53%

6%
54%

82

43%

106
__

__

12%
8%
33%

35%

47

49

47%

49

12%
9%

97

66%

67

84

86

98

5
5

preferred
Maine Power

42%

16%
31%

100

88

10

96 %

~

17%
32%
91

30%
68%
140

32%
70 Va

82%
39

83%

2.50
10

common

29%

32

26
46

26%

22

22%

preferred

100
convertible preferred
100
Power A Light (Texas)—
preferred
100

Central & South West Corp
Centra] Telephone Co common
$1.35 preferred

•

$2.50 preferred series A—
•
Central Vermont Pub Serv Co—
Common
.6
4.15% preferred.
.100
4%% preferred
100

79
89

5.44% conv series A 2nd pfd__50
Central West Co
1
Chattanooga Gas Co.
1
Chenango A Unadllla Telep
20
Chesapeake Utilities
2.10

57

—

39%

48

—

_

'

6%

5%

6Va

27

.8.50
.100

42

87%

4%% preferred,
.100
Cincinnati A Suburb Bell Telep—50
Cincinnati Transit Co.
Citizens Utilities Co—
Class A
Class B

_16%c

25%

-16%C

22

City Gas Co of Florida.

.1
com. .15

21%
57%

Cleveland Elec Illuminating
$4.50 preferred.
Colorado Central Power Co.
-2J0
Colorado Interstate Gas Co com
5

5.35% preferred
Columbia Gas System Inc

44%

5

98%
47 Mi

102
25%
60%

10

4%% preferred
4.65% preferred—

27%
23%
24%
581/4

98
35

100

Columbus A Sou Ohio Elec com

42%
88%

100V4 101%
110% 112
8
7%

.

.

25%

.100
....

100
.100

94
106

com.

-25

61

84

preferred

Commonwealth Edison Co
4.64%

prefer

77%

.100
.100
1
5

5.25% preferred.

__

—

Community Public Service Co
Concord Electric Co common
Concord Natural Gas Corp

77%

96% 100%
109% 110
8
8%

Commonwealth Gas Corp—
Commonwealth Natural Gas
Commonwealth Telep Co (Pa)—10

28

•

29

25%
37%
45%

10

26%
38%

.23

5

Connecticut Light A Power CoCommon
$2.20 preferred.
$2.06 preferred series K_
$2.04 preferred
$2.00 preferred———
$1.90 preferred.
Connecticut Ry A Lighting com 5
Connecticut Water Co
•
Consol Edison Co of N Y com
•
$5 preferred
Consolidated Natural G&s.
.10
Consumers Power Co common
•
$4.16 preferred
•
$4.50 preferred
•
$4.52 preferred
•
Consumers Water Co
1

29%
44

47
28

—

-■

—

3%

4%
20%
78%
78%
105
105%
58
58%
67
66%
88
8 9 Va
95%
95%
96%
973/«
n28%
28
26%
n3%
20

•

—

D C Transit System Ino—
Class A
Dallas Power A Light Co—
$4 preferred.

10%
82
93
87

4%% preferred-.
.100
$4.24 preferred
Dallas Transit Co. common.
_10
7% preferred
.100
Dayton Power A Light common
7
3.75 % series A preferred
100
3.75% series B preferred
100
3.90% series C preferred
100

9%

10%
96
91

10%

97

68%
78%
77%

69%
79%

81

84

783/4

Delaware Power A light Co—
Common
3.70% preferred.
4% preferred

.6.75

47%

-100
-100

74
80

4.20% preferred.
4.28% preferred.

-100

84
86
91
101
5

-100
-100

Denver Tramway commoi
1st preferred
Detroit A Canada Tunne
Detroit Edison Co.

20%
17%

5.36% preferred series B.

48%

— —

92
103
7

55

—1
•

22%
19%
55%

21%
20%

.5
.20

Detroit International BridgeDominion Bridge Co Ltd
Duke Power Co common.

22
22

54
107

.100

28%

All preferred issues can be
found on page 20.
Duquesne Natural Gas common
$1.50 convertible preferred

32

see

page

96.

k Last sale,

n

20c
17

lc
25

Nominal,

18
29 V,

54%

58

80

-

— —-

88
94

,

101

—

28
92
112
103
104
104
106
106
110

27%

4.10% 1st preferred
100
$5 conv 2nd pfd (1957 series)
•
5.36% preferred
100
5%% preferred
100
5.50% preferred (series 1956)_100
5.65% preferred
100
5.68% preferred (1957 series).100
6.40% pfd (2nd 1957 series)
100

90

110
101%
102%
102%
104

104%
108%

Elizabeth town Consolidated Gas
20
Elizabeth Water Co Consolidated—,*

57
28

Empire A Bay States Tel gtd—-100
Empire District Electric com
10

55

5%

preferred
100
4%% preferred
100
Equitable Gas Co common.
.8.50
4.36% convertible preferred.
.100

Essex

Company

50

10
10
25

Fifth Avenue Coach Lines Inc
Fitchburg Gas A Electric Light
Florida Power Corp—

4.60% preferred
Florida Power A Light Co—

2.50

100
loo

Common
4%% preferred
Florida Public Utilities
$1.12 convertible preference.
4% % preferred
Florida Telephone Corp class A
Florida Water A Utilities
Fort Worth Transit Co

Galveston-Houston Co
Gary Railways

J20
100

10
1
10

37%

37%
103

40%
.

—

32%
16%

33%

17%

"57%

59

43%
82
93%

44%
84

95%

93%
25%
25%

67%
95%
27%
26%

75
30

30%

8%
7

9
8

6

1

4%

Common
3.33%
4.25% convertible preferred
50
4.36% convertible preferred
50
5.28% convertible preferred
50
General Telephone Co of Calif—
4 % % preferred
20
New 4%% preferred.
20
5% preferred
20
5%% preferred
-20
General Telephone Co of Florida
$1.30 preferred series B
25
$1.25 preferred
25

Telephone Co of Illinois—
$2,375 preferred
•
General Telephone Co of Indiana—
$2 preferred
•
$2.50 preferredGeneral Telep Co of Kentucky—
5% preferred
50
5.20% preferred.
.100
General Telep Co of Michigan—
General Telephone Ce of the
Northwest 4.80% preferred
General Telephone of Ohio—
$2.20 preferred
$1.40 preferred
$1.25 preferred

30
—

100
93
40
106
43

5

Service Co.
.10
Gatlneau Power Co
5% preferred
.100
General Public Utilities Corp
2.80
General Telephone A Electronics
Gas

$2.40 preferred
$1.35 preferred-

61%

67

100
3

6%
4%
43%

41

38%
38%
99% 101%
28%

29

28%

29%

103
69%

71%

94

__

18%
18%
19%

18%
18%
20%

21%

22

26%
25%

27

47

49

25%

38%
50
48
96

50
-25

24%

25

n21%

47

•

•
•

,,

—

_

'

''

'

_

—

_

23%
40%

25

n23%

_

—

..

Common

89
90

for redemption,

31
«...

38

1

4.56% preferred.
5% preferred.

Common
$4.12 preferred.
$4.50 preferred.

General

42

41%
41%

45%

29

Common
4% preferred

27

Cincinnati Gas A Electric—
Common
4% preferred

Ask

42%
17 %

5

Fall River Gas Co

59

5%
25

Bid

10

Eastern 0 till ties Associates
Edison Sauit Electric Co
Electric Bond A Share Co.
El Paso Electric Co (Texas)—

$4.72 preferred.
$5.36 preferred.
El Paso Natural Gas CoCommon

55
109

Duquesne Light Co—

51

31%

4%

Indiana Gas Co
Louisiana Electric com

Cumberland Gas Corp

26

33%
43%
27%

103

Central
Central
4%%
Central
3.50%
4.60%
Central

97
98

95%

100

4.92% preferred

47%
....

42
95

Central Illinois Light common
•
4%% preferred
100
4.64%
preferred
100
Central Illinois Pub Serv Co.10
Common
.100
4% preferred

Coming Natural Gas Corp

_

26
18

n95
n95

.

24%

a91
100
100 alOO

California-Pacific Utilltli
Common
S
1st 6% preferred
20
5% convertible preferred
20
5.40% conv preferred
20
California Water Service com_12.50
California Water Ss Telephone—
Common
12.50
$1.20 preferred
25
$1.24 conv preferred
25
$1.25
$1.32

—

32% * 33
109% 109%

25

—

4%
33%

33

107

82%

—

Brazilian
Power

45

8

——

,

Par

Bteeks—

Ask

«■»«

48 y«

100

,

preferred series A_—-100
4%% preferred series O
100
4.80% preferred series D
—100
4.10%

6%

25

1
100

Common

Bid

—

....

85
96
16

Eleo—

preferred

4.78%

24%

94%

Fa*

Stocks—

Ask

r

283/4

30c
19

General Telephone Co of Penn—
$2.10 preferred———
•
$2.25 preferred.
General Telephone Co of the
Southeast 5.80% preferred.
25
General Telephone Co of the
Southwest 52.0% preferred
20
5 % % preferred

5.60% preferred.

220

$2.20 preferred.
General Telephone of Wisconsin—
$5 preferred
100
$4.50 preferred
.100
General Waterworks Corp com.
.1
5% preferred
.100

5.10% preferred
$5 voting preferred.

-100

.100
80c convertible 2nd preferred-—1
6% voting preferred
100
Georgia Power Co $5 preferred——*
$4.60 preferred—
•
Gold A Stock Telephone gtd.
Green Mountain Power Corp.
Greenwich Gas Co comm

$1.50 preferred
Greyhound Corp common.
4 y« % preferred
Gulf Cities Gas Corp class A.
Gulf Power Co 4.64% pfd—

42
45

25%

r

„

_

—

iqw,

20%
20%

21%
21%

38

_

99
n89

24%

26%

89
89
89

91

24%
99
100

94%
180

23%
14

102
106

95%
190

23%
14%

25%
21%
.100
.1

27

90

92

21%

2%

2%

Gulf States Utilities Co—
Common
All preferred issues can be
found on page 21.

92%

94%

38%

39%

Hackensack Water Co.
225
Hartford Electric Light Co com 25
3.90% preferred
50
4.50% preferred..
.50
4.96%
preferred.
50

61
68
40
46
51

Canadian dollar value,

62

68%

t New stock, x Ex-dividend, y Ex-rights.

PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS
ARE AS OF MARCH 30, 1961.

62

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES
Par

Stocks—

Hartford Gas Co common—. ——25
8% preferred
25
Haverhill Gaa Co
10
-10
Hawaiian Telephone Co.
.10
Holyoke Street Ry Co—
-10
Holyoke Water PowerHome Tel & Tel Co of Va___.
5
Housatonic public Service
15
Houston Lighting ft Power com
•

—•

$4 preferred

53 y2
39
29 %
34
9
51
n7%
39
96
85

preferred "$50 par".
preferred "025 par".
5Yt% convertible preference
Hugoton Gas Trust "unite".
Hugoton Production Co.

100

53

96%
34%
50

5%

25%

—15

68%

Independent Telephone Corp—.
Indiana Gas ft Water Co.
Indiana ft Michigan Electric—
.100
4%% preferred.

9%

25%

27%

78

be

4.12% preferred
100
Indiana Telephone Corp——*

Indianapolis Power ft Light Co—

31%

.100

83

—10

31%

1

30%
14%

Inter-Mountain Telephone Co—10
International Telep ft Teleg
*
International Utilities Corp com
5
S2 convertible preferred
25
Interstate Power Co common
3.50

17%
59 y2
44 y4
48%
21%

4.36% preferred
50
5 % % preferred
50
Iowa Elec Light as Pwr Co com—5

44

Intermountain Gas Co

50

—

Iowa-Illinois Gas as Electric—
•4.36 preferred
•4.22 preferred
Iowa Power ft Light

100
100
Co common 10
100

3.30% preferred
4.35% preferred
—100
4.80% preferred
100
Iowa Public Service Co (Iowa)—

44%

45 ya

52

87
85
74

___100
100

4.20% preferred-

L

Jamaica Public Service Ltd
—*
Jamaica Water Supply common
•
$5 preferred aeries A
___*
Jersey Central Power as Light—
4% nreferred
100
Kansas City Power as Light com
•

86%
64%

66

15'/a
53
58

95%
88%
89%

••

100
100

95%
99%

lo
100

44 %

10

16%
30 yB

30%

25

45

25

24%

lo

25%

25%
27%

98
23

25

100

Lawrence Gas Co
lo
Lincoln Tel as Tel Co common
16%
5% preferred
100
5% conv preferred 2nd series_100
Lone Star Gas Co
10
4.84% convertible preferred
100

47%
9sy2

64%
105
108

~

25%
25%
••151%.. 160

Long Island Lighting Co—
Common
10
All listed preferred issues can
be found on page 23
Louisiana Gas Service Co
.10
Louisiana Power as Light Co—

48

20%

100
100

83
88

85

100

preferred
4.44% preferred
4.96% preferred4.16%

20%

15%
77
84

23y8
35%
92
96

27%
94

Common
6% preferred
New Jersey Pwr

preferred

—

5%
Lowell

N Y State Electric ft Gas

3.75% preferred
4.15% preferred series

4.50%
4%%
Niagara
Niagara

Corp—•

100
1954 —100

100

preferred

preferred (1949 series)—100
Frontier Transit System_10
Mohawk Pwr Corp coin—•
All listed preferred Issues can
be found on page 25

-50
Norrlstown Water Co.
North Carolina Nat Gas Corp—2.50
North Carolina Telephone Co
1
North Perm Gas Co
5
North Shore Gas Co (HI)
5
North Shore Gas (Mass.)
-10
Northeastern Water Co—
•2 preferred
•4 prior preferred.
Northern Illinois Gas Co com
5% preferred
1
5.50% preferred
Northern Indiana Pub Serv com
4V» % preferred

*

58%

60

27
62
42

Lynn Electric Co.
Lynn Gas Co,

5

100
100
•

100

preferred

Madison Gas & Electric
_8
Maine Public Service Co common
7
4 75%
preferred
50

32%
27%

35%

27%

43%

American

dep rets pfd shares_£l
Memphis Transit Co
5
10

Metropolitan Edison Co—
All preferreds listed (see page 24»
Mexican Light as Power Co com
•
$1
preferred
13.50
Michigan Gas as Electric com
10
4

40%




•

preferred

Without par value,

100
a

4

4%

4%

29
97

35

37%

4.40%

preferred
preferred
4.60% preferred
Pennsylvania Gas

84 %

34%

5.72%
10%
10%

11%
11%

85
85

87
88

Called for redemption,

preferred
preferred —1—

Northwestern Public Serv com
4%% preferred
Northwestern Telegraph Co
Ogdcn
Corp
see page

96.

k Last sale.

•n

48 y2

10c

24%

29%

30

34%

80
82

81

17 y4
44%

97

5%
1%
14
39

75
51
107

106*72
79%
88
84

37%
77

51%

79%
88%

77*/4

78'/4

90

17%
32*/4

Transportation_2.50
preferred — i—-—-—
50
Philadelphia Suburban Water—7.50
6% preferred
100
Philadelphia Transportation Co—10
Philippine Long Distance Tel
lOp
Piedmont Natural Gas Co com—50c
$5.50 convertible preferred
•
Phila Suburban

3.75

1

Telephone Co
Pittsburgh Railways Co

Pioneer

Co

Plainfleld Union Water

*

100

17%

29*/a

89
40

50c

—

50
50

$2.44 serial preferred
•2.46 serial preferred
Pottsville Water

25

Ltd

*

Colorado

10

Power Corp of Canada
Providence Gas Co

*

4y4% preferred
100
4.64% preferred
100
Public Service of Indiana com
•
All listed preferred Issues can
be found on page 26
Public Serv of New Hampshire—
Common
3.35% preferred
Public Service Co of New

5

100

Mexico—5

5% series A preferred
5.25% pfd w w 1959 series

100

100

4% preferred
—— ,—100
Public Service El ft Gas Co com.*
All listed preferred Issues can
be found on page 26
Puerto Rico Telephone Oo
20

Light Co—10

Quebec Natural Gas Corp
Quebec Power

1

Rio Grande Valley Gas Oo
Vw extended to 1065

17%

Common

..

91

21
102

88 y2
76
83
94%
90%
92

%
23

90
78

85

35

31%

32 V*

6*/2
83%

97%
74%
60

30 */2

96%
98 y2
97

75%
61

t New stock, x

44

64%
—

13%

11%
6Vs
14

106 */2
30%

108
32%

6

36

—

14%

14%

22%

25%
16
85

41
71
93
40
49
50
53

43%

58%
10%

59%

72%
88

73 y4
89

95*/4
56 y4

56 y2

22 Va
64
52 y4
96
155
100
9%
80

52%
90%
36 y4
8%
35
15

40 V*
51 */2

11

22>/2
—

53
—

.100
.100
.100

"

10%

82
53
92

36%
'-8%
45
-A

5%

—

I

17
n42
60
98%
10%

6

19*/4

(Va)—
Electric—

4% preferred series P
4%% preferred series
4 95%
nfd series K

dollar value,

54

90%
%

81

Portland General Electric
7.50
Potomac Edison Co 3.60% pfd-100
4.70% preferred series B
100
Potomac Elec Power Co com
10

Roanoke Gas Co
Rochester Gas ft

—

53%

14%

•

preferred

Puget Sound Power ft

29%

49
105

25

Republic Service Corp.
27%

16

41%
42
161% 163%

n95

Without warrants ——
Public Service Co of N C
1
Public Service of Oklahoma—

17%
32%

46%
103

100
100

Public Service Co. of

21%

57%

100

be found on page

$5

15%
57

30
68
96

Portland Gas Light commoi

91
91

81

100

Pioneer Natural Gas Co

28%

17

80%

85
85

5%

89

39%

69
85
15

82

4.60% preferred
Peoples Gas Light ft Coke Co
25
Philadelphia Electric Co com
*
All listed preferred issues can

118

38%

100
10-0

-

4.40% preferred
4%% preferred

23 %
32

88%
148

100

3.35% preferred-

34

5%
1%
13%
37%

—

Common

92

16 y4
44 y4

—.

Pennsylvania Power ft Light

10

5oy2

5%

——

4%% preferred
4.24% preferred

—

s25%

.

Pennsylvania Power Co—

104 y2 106
nl03
r

87

100
100
100
100
100
100
*

series E
series P
series G
Co

Common
i
Warrants
4.10% preferred

47

101%
100
100 nioiy2
27%
3

"Mnmirml

•
100

Pennsylvania Gas ft Water Co—

be found on page 25

5% %

Pipe Line—

preferred series B

4.70%
4.50%

67

9.50

100

3.70% preferred series C
4.05% preferred series D

24%

64

Gas Co—

14 2/7

Pennsylvania Electric Co—

n79
87

Common

5

4%
preferred
Penn Ohio Gas Co

10

Northwest Natural

51

100
100

—

6% preferred
Panhandle Eastern
Common

4%% preferred
-100
5% class A preferred
Northern Ontario Natural Gas
•
Northern States Power (Minn)
5
All listed preferred Issues can

10

49
50

•
•
25

Common

95
100

33%

Common

Marconi Int Marine Communicafns

Co

23%
38%

33%

Common
All listed preferred issues can
be found on page 25

Northern Ohio Telephone—

20%

Electric

80
__

89

35%

100
4.22% preferred
100
4.40% conv junior preference—40
4%%

(Ky)—

Co

Merrimack-Essex

.

16

98

preferred
Gas

38
25%

32%
23%
83%

Newport" Electric Corp common—10

49

Pacific ft Atlantic Tel (gtd)
Pacific Gas ft Electric common
25
All listed preferred Issues can be
found on page 35
Pacific Gas Transmission Co
•
Pacific Lighting Corp common
*
All preferred Issues can be
found on page 35
Pacific Power ft Light Co com_6.50
5% preferred
100
Pacific Telephone ft Telegraph

31%
22 y2

100

33 %

48

4.65% preferred series A
5% conv preferred series E
Otter Tall Power common

69

—100
—100

33%

$3.80 preferred
$4.40 preferred

86
92

Northern Natural Gas Co—
Louisville Gas as Electric
Common
1

42 y2
101
19

68

100

pfd

& Lt 4%

39%
17 y4
89

87%

preferred A
50
$4.02 ser B pfd—
—50
Orange ft Rockland UtU com
10

5
20

4.05% preferred
New Orleans Public Service

32%

7.80

4%%

36%

82
80

96%

39%
16%

Pennsylvania & Southern Gas—1.25
6%% preferred B
100

9%
24
100
23%
30%
113
n92

95
88
83
30 y4

.100

Common

45

45%

38%

—

25

._

»

38*/8

20

4% preferred
4.24% preferred
Oklahoma Natural Gas Co—

50

.

preferred

Common

21
39

90

23%
nl07

100
100

—

50 %
44

52

4

97%

48

34%

87

37%

preferred

Ohio Water Service Co
——10
Oklahoma Gas ft Electric Co—

50
42

-20

Tel.

4%% preferred.
32 y4

8.75

Crosse Telephone Corp
LacL"% Gas Co common
4 32% convertible pfd ser A
5% preferred series B
Lake Superior Dlst Power com
5% preferred

1

25

New Haven Water Co
New Jersey Natural Gas—

4.36%

31 y4
99 y2
47 %

Common
$5 preferred

La

New England Tel &
New Haven Gas Co

84

4.28%

—

21

47

4 %%

common

preferred——__i

28%

Kansas Gas as Electric common

Light com

$1.50

46

49
57 %

4%% preferred
5% preferred
Kentucky Utilities
4% % preferred

————1

Common

27%

14%

Kansas Power as

5%%

New England Electric System
1
New England Gas & Elec Assn
8
New England^ Power Co 6% pfd—100
4.60% preferred——1
100

Kansas

preferred
—100
.100
preferred series A_
4.32% preferred.
.100
Kansas-Nebraska Natural Gas—

of

Nevada Nat Gas Pipe Line Co—

•

*

III—10

Fuel Gas Co.
Gas Pipe Line Co

New Bedford Gas & Edison Lt

82

42
100
18
90

4.40%
4.20%

33%

24%

36%

be

City Transit Inc common 1
5% preferred
70

50

preferred
100
5%% preferred
——100

82

34%
68%

100
5
100

preferred.
City Lines

America

83

Iowa Southern Utilities common
15
•1.76 convertible preferred—30

All preferred issues can
found on page 23

4.64%
National
National
Natural

24%

77
n79

.—100

preferred

3.90% preferred

preferred old

Narragansett Electric 4%% pfd—50

42

71
88
97

1

100

36%
n98
n94
n93

$4.70 preferred
100
33%
Montana Power Co common———*
nll6
$6 preferred
—
82 y2
$4.20 preferred
*
34%
Mountain States Tel as Tel
12.50
6
Muscle Shoals Natural Gas
1

49%

41%

10
——8

be found on page 35
Montana Dakota Utilities com..—5
4.50% preferred
100

54

48%
49%

*

20

15

All listed preferred Issues can
be found on page 25
Ohio Power Co 4 */2 % pref
100

.

49
22

23

Common

3%%

59%

,

Common

100

Mobile Gas Service Corp com
4.90% preferred
Monongahela Light as Power
50
Monongahela Power Co—All listed preferred issues can

18%

44%

4.80% preferred

5%

15

52

100

Missouri Utilities Co common
5% preferred new

85

preferred
Indianapolis Water Co

1
100

Missouri Kansas Pipe Line Co——5
Missouri Natural Gas Co
2.50
Missouri Power as Light Co—
3.90% preferred
100
4.30% preferred
——100
Missouri Public Service Co com
1

57%

4%

21V*

1

Light Co-

Mississippi River Fuel Corp
Mississippi Valley Gas Co

86
85 y2

83

83%
30%

57

Common

20%

20

100
Natural Gas_—10
Mississippi Power Co 4.60% pfd_100
Mississippi Power as Light Co—
4.36% preferred
100
4.56% preferred
100

9%

20

18%
110
33
32%

5* preferred
Minnesota Valley

69%

100

22%

10

Common

14 y2
93 y2

56%
83%

Illinois Power Co commonAll preferred Issues can
found on page 22

10

preferred

Minnesota Power as

2%
i3y2
89%
56
82
75

10

Idaho Power Co common...—
4% preferred
Illinois Bell Telephone Co

*

Common

7 % preferred
Middle South Utilities Co
Middle States Telephone Co of
of Illinois common
6% preferred series B
MldSouth Gas Co
Minneapolis Gas Co common
5 % % preferred
—
•5.10 1st preferred

Par

Ohio Edison Co common

17%
24%

Middlesex Water Co35

32 y4
48
24 y2

5%
5*

16

Stocks—

Bid

2.50
*

Michigan Gas Utilities
Mid-America Pipeline Co

56 y2

Houston Natural Gas Corp
Common

Par

Stocks—

Bid

—

47
81

83

97%
98

47%
—

—

Ex-dividend, y Ex-rights.

April, 1961

PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS
QUOTATIONS FOB ALL SECURITIES ARE AS

Stocks—

Par

Rochester Telephone Corp com—10
5* preferred
IM
Rochester Transit Corp—
*
-

St. Joseph Light & Power—
Common
•
5% preferred A
100
San Diego Oas & Elec Co com
10
All preferred issues can be
found on page 36.
San JoBe Water Works—
Common
12.80
4%% preferred series A
28
4%% preferred series B
25
4.70% preferred series C
28
4.70% preferred series D——25
5y2% preferred series E
25
Savannah Electric & Power Co—8
Shawinigan Water St Power Co—*
Sierra Pacific Power Co
7.80
South Atlantic Oas Co com
8
5% preferred
100
South Carolina El St Oas com—4.50
-

5% preferred
80
South Georgia Natural Oas Co—1
8outh Jersey Oas Co
■
-2.80

South Pittsburgh Wat 4%% pfd-100
Southeastern Public Service
10s
Southeastern Telephone Co
.10
Southern St Atlantic Teleg (gtd)_25
Southern Calif Edison com
28
All listed preferred issues can be
found on page 36
Southern California Water
5.44%

Southern
4.72%
Southern

Colorado Power
preferred
Company

36%
95

36%

37

•

•
8c
*
7%

Southern
Southern
Southern
Southern

Gulf Utilities Inc
Indiana Gas St Elec
Natural Gas Co
Nevada Power Co
—1
Southern Nevada Telephone—.
8
5.44%
conv
preferred
25
Southern New England Tel
23

Southern Union Gas Co common—1
4%%
preferred
100
4%%
preferred
100
4.64% conv 2nd preferred
25
4%% preferred
100
5%
preferred
100
5.05% preft Ted
100
5.35% preferred
100
Southwest Gas Corp common
—1
$1.20 conv prior preferred
9
___

Gas

Producing
Southwest Natural Qas—

23
23

55%
55%
38%
32%
29%

37%

35%
61

60
17
87
52

18

52%
51%
12

33
89

32 %

85

30%

75%

42%
43

43%
39%

38%
41
56

43

51%

54%

subord conv pfd
preferred
5.85% preferred

29%

31%

29%

30%

go
94

95
99
19

19%

31

9%
4%

$4 preferred
$4.56 preferred
$4.64 preferred

$5.08

100
100

Southwestern Electric Service
1
Southwestern Public Service Co—
Common
3.70% preferred

1

;

preferred

100
100

4.15% preferred

100

3.90%
4.36%

preferred

25
25

4.40%
4.60%

5%

preferred
preferred
preferred

100
;_25

,

22

31
75

31%

93

211
22%
85
90

23%
24

49 y«

preferred

96
101

104
104%

—

1

::

.

'

■

Tropical Gas Co
lc
Tucson Gas & Electric Lt & Pow_5
Twin City Rapid Transit (Minn)-*
5% prior preferred
50

23%

82
22
22%

Union Electric Co
All
listed preferred Issues
be found on page 28

92
25

—

106
109

99%

io

11
174
22

40%
11%
41%
43%

100

5%

35%
18%

8

55%

55%

10

<21%
5%

5%

63%

63%

can

—1

-

22^8
86%
24%

25%
50%
97%
105
106
17%

22%

43
44

can

-

White River Propane Gas_
Wisconsin Electric Power com
6% preferred (1897 series)
3.60% preferred
Wisconsin Michigan Power—

4%% preferred

10
100
100

Wisconsin Power St Light com
10
4%%
preferred
_100
4.40% preferred
I
100
4.80% preferred
100
Wisconsin Public Service Corp—
2—.

30%

32%
41%
25%
70%

33

51%

26

74%

99

100
91

89

85%

87

90%
16%

92%
17 V*
10 V*

9V*
20

20 y2
66
25 V*

61%
24%
48

25%
52 y8
11 %

27

3%
42%

3%
42%

123
r-t

52 %
12

125

74 %

__

.

—100

—

122

29%
50%

•
10
25
5
•
100
100
100

4%% preferred
4.20% preferred series B
4.10% preferred series C
West Texas Utilities 4.40% pfd._100
Westcoast Transmission Co Ltd
•
Western Carolina Telephone
5
Western Kentucky Gas
5
Western Light & Telephone com_10
5% preferred
;
25
5.20% conv preferred
25
Western Massachusetts Cos
50c
Western Union Telegraph Co
2.50
Western Utilities Corp
1

Common

43%
11%

85
118
100

10

West Ohio Gas Co
West Penn Power Co common

101%
93%

54 y2
35 y«

n25%
17%

Telephone common
$1.44 Junior conv preferred

83
96

51%
33

9

85
35

West Coast

37 y«
119

6%

42

100
12.80
25
2

:

Washington Natural Gas Co
Washington Water Power Co

105

80
92
97

preferred

78
82
85
23

79

103

Light Co—

preferred

21

85%

Gas Light—
Common
$4.25 preferred
$4.60 convertible preferred
•
$5 serial preferred
100

102

__

87 ;
15

13%
100
•

1IV*
8y»
34%
62%
89
33%

Washington (D. C.)

119%

102

31%

10

Virginia Electric St Power
All listed preferred issues
be found on page 29
Virginia Telep St Teleg Co
Volunteer Natural Gas L

14%

82
93

50c

Units.'

5y»%

98
98
99

117

Corp

Utah Power & Light common
$1.28 preferred series A
Utilities St Industries Corp

107y2 109

36%

34
62

Gas

5% conv preferredUnited Utilities Inc_
Upper Peninsula Power common

106%

94%

12%

Traction (Albany).
United Transit Co common

__

13%

14

11%
9%
10%
7%

4%% preferred series A

__

107%

•

-

89
115
93
93
93
105
96

13%

United

—

104

•

____

88.

1

Improvement com
4%% preferred
United Illuminating Co
United Telephone Co of Pa—

24%

103

•

$5.70 preferred
$5.96 preferred
Transwestern Pipeline

20

19%

conv

United Gas

-

$5.60 preferred

93

40
_

102% 103%
147
148%

preferred

$2.55
$4.90

__

100
102

100

Common

5%

27%
20%

5%
28 »/2

118

$4 preferred
•
$4.56 preferred
•
$4 76 preferred
•
$4.84 preferred
__•
Texas Utilities Co
______•
Three States Natural Gas
1
Toledo Edison Co common
5
4 y« %
pref erred____
100
4.56% preferred
TOO
Trans-Canada Pipe Lines Ltd-_
1
Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line—

10%

84

18%

pfd "1958 series"
10
conv pfd "1959 series"-.—10
5%% conv preferred
10
United Corporation (Del)
1

6%
6%

36%
37%
174% 176
95%
97

Texas Gas Transmission Corp com-5
5'/«% conv 2nd preferred
100

Southwestern Electric Power—

preferred
4.28% preferred

Bid

•

Common

64

24

100
100
100

6.70% preferred
Texas Electric Service Co—

Texas Power St

80
85

10c

5.75%
5.80%

31
42%

30

__

_

5%

5

Texas Eastern Transmission com
7
4.75% conv preferred
100
5% preferred
100
5.35% subord conv pfd
100
5.50%
1st preferred
100
5.52 % preferred
100
^ 5.60% preferred
100

53

27%

Par

Union Gas Co of Canada
United Cities Gas Corp (HI)—

Co

100
100
100
100
100
4.65% preferred
100
4.72% conv 2nd preferred
100
4.90% preferred
—100
5% convertible 2nd preferred_100
5.10% preferred
100
5.12% preferred
100
8.25% preferred
100
Tennessee Natural Gas Lines
1

27%

43
52%
26%
73
83

37
62
-

88
85
103

18%

18%
28
17
74%

38%

100
100
100

-

49%
11%

33%

39%

4.10% preferred
4125% preferred
4.50% conv 2nd preferred
4.60% preferred
4.64% preferred

1

4.65%

1

Corp

Syracuse Transit Corp.
A preferred
4.16% series B preferred
i.10% series C preferred
lessee Gas Transmission
Common

70

*

Susquehanna

10c

4.32%'series

30

1961.
Stocks—

31

25
.28

.

Tampa Electric Co common.
36%

30,

United

...

Standard Gas St Electric Co
37

29%

•

$1.44 conv preferred

63

MARCH

Bid

Southwestern States Telephone—1
$1.32 conv preferred
-25

Springfield Gas Light Co

68
26%

80
5

preferred

Southwest

~7

6%

28%

Soutiitra Gas & Water Service
S4.50 preferred
$5

97

5

com

Par

Stocks—

26%

25

com

preference

conv

Bid

26%

OF

__10

5% preferred
5 04% preferred

100
.-100
5.08% preferred
_100
Wisconsin Southern Gas
10
Worcester County Electric Co—
4.44% preferred
100
York County Gas
20

96
37%
92

#
40%
94

90
98

__

33%
101
101
101
23

33%

__

24

90
55

Investing Companies Stocks and Bonds
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 30, 1961.
are "and interest" e>.cepi
where marked **P* and income and

NOTICE—All bond prices
r»r

tMiimiit—

♦

Abacus Fund

1
,_25c

Aberdeen Fund Inc
Aetna Finance Company—
Common

1
F-A

5%s conv subord debs 1975
Affiliated Fund Inc
1.25
Aii investment & Discount Inc
1
r.\

cinlial

notrs

1972

_„M-S
-5
Inc
1

Allied Finance Co——
American Business Shares
American European Securities

Amer International Corp
American Investment Co o< HI—
Common

•
1
1

5%%

prior preferred
100
American Investors Fund
1
American Mutual Fund Inc
1
Amer Research St Devel Corp
1
Amer-South African Investment
£1
Arizona

Bancorporatlon
10
Associated Fund Inc trust shares—•
Associates Investment Co com
10
All bonds can be found on pge 7
Atkinson Finance com
5
5% preferred
100
Atlas Corp common
1
Option warrants
5% preferred
-20
Atlas Credit Corp common-10c
—

Class B common.
Atlas Finance Co Inc.

-10c

-lt
Atomics, Physics St Science Fund.. 1
Auto Finance Co (N C.)
2.80
Automobile Banking Corp—
Common
;
25c
Class A purchase wts_
$1.50 preferred
.25
Conv pfd series A_
.10
6% convertible B preferred
10
6%s capital debs ww 1976
F-A
Without warrants
5l/2s conv debs 1970
*

x

Without
Ex-dividend,

*«k

49
X2.34

49%
2.58

21%

22%

135

150

8.28

8.96
4%

4
88
31

94
34

4.56

4.87

33%

34 %

16

iey2

22
21%
100% 102

118.07
9.55
39 y,

10.44
39 3/4

20%

20%

2iy4

22
1.79
62

1.63
6i

y4

20
66
4




iid

Hvnttft

t*»I

5.70
9.24
4.01
12.76

Axe-Houghton Stock Fund Inc
l
Axe Science St Electronics Corp
lc
Axe-Templcton Growth Fund of
Canada

Ltd

10.25

6.20
10.04
4.38
13.87

Baystate Corp
.7.50
Beneficial Corp
1
Beneficial Finance Co common
1
5% preferred
I
50
5s deDentures 1977
M-N
4%s debentures 1981
J-D
Beneficial Industrial Loan Corp—
2%s debentures 1961
Jf-N

New common
L'x 80 for 1 stock

Preferred

44
26 >/.»

43 %

4 * y2
50%

49%
100%

Budget Finance Plan

103%

4%S.
12.50

_l
1

24%
19.11

20.66

50

135
13.70

14^81

9%
12%
9%

9%
13
9%

14.06

l

13%

15.41
14

50c
—50c

60c conv | preferred
6% serial preferred
Bullock Fund Ltd

9

California

5.91
18

6.46
21

11

11%
3%

2
14

3%
22

Fund Inc.
Cambridge Financial Corp cl A lc
Canada General Fund (1954) Ltd_l
Canadian Fund inc
1
Canadian Inter"! Growth Fd Ltd—1
Capital Life Insurance St Growth
Stock Fund
Carriers St General Corp

<

■

....

110
94
104
a

8.14
1%
16.40

17.82
11.51

19.28
12.58

10.83

11.87
30

29

$1.40
$1.50

conv

17%
•

•

Century Shares Trust (Boston)
1
Channing Corp—
1.50

11.14
29

Called

for

conv

redemption,

see

page

96.

17%
26

30%
12.C4
31

k Last sale,

19.83

12.31

13.35

July

.-July
-July

Colonial Acceptance Corp—,
Class A common 1st series
Colonial Energy Shares Inc
Colonial Fund, Inc
Commercial Credit Co com
3y4s notes due 1961
3%9fr notes due 1965
3%% notes 1976.
4y*% notes 1974
4%% subord notes 19775% notes 1977
4%% notes 1978
notes

1 1961

1 1962
1 1963
1 1964
1 1965
1 1966
1 1967
1 1968
1 1969
1 1970
5
1

Coburn Credit Co Inc

n

Nominal,

•Wft.'.-y VV/.-^

r

1

••,

dollar

t!9C
131

202
137
80 y4
81
105
106 y2
100 y2 101 y2

100 Va
100%
101
101
101
102
102

102%
102%
103
22%
8VA

23

8%

1

6ya
X14.39
11.57

6%
15.73

87

1

87%

12.64

99%

.A-O
Jf-S
J-D
-J-J

1979

Canadian

-M

-1.25

4% % notes 1980.
5Vt% notes 1980
J-J
Commonwealth Income Fund Inc_l
Commonwealth Investment
1
Commonwealth Loan 4* pfd
100
Commonwealth Stock Fund
1
Composite Bond St Stock Fund Inc_l
Composite Fund Inc
50c

30

25%
29%

•

July
-July
-July
July
July

July

City Investing Co

4%%

Central Securities Corp—

preference ser A
preference series B
preference—

—

18.19

split

July

4%s.
4%s
4%8.
4%s.

25

15.17

lc
1

Common
$1.40 conv.

15

7.45
iy8

13.66

1

50c

100
T Financial Corp common
•
5%s debentures 1980___
J-J
4%s debentures 1979—

4%S.
4%s4%s

99& 100A

1

Par

I

Series debentures—
4%s
4%s.

104

10
1

com

Ifonia—

of Boston
Chemical Fund Inc
Christiana Securities

11.20

43
23

bonds

Chase Fund

C

Blue Ridge Mutual Fund Inc
Boston Capital Corp
Boston Fund Inc
Boston Investment Co
Broad Street Investing Corp

defaulted

Hid

Axe-Houghton Fund A Inc.
Axe-Houghton Fund B Inc

41/8

14%
14%
10 y4

106
92
102

«

Business Capital Corp

•

1%
13%
13%
13%
9%

11%

-

___

value, t Net asset value,
Ex-rights.

par
y

Af-N

me

value,

98
91
100

97%
104
97

101%
101 Vt
105
9.57

10.18

10.40
11.07

78

17.45

16.37

13.57

21.60
9.84

9.05
t New

stock

NOTICE—All bond
Stocks and Bond#—
— hi

!■ 1

■

t—uanvc :.t

.

.

20.98

22.87

%

%

21%
16

11.53

6%

24%
10
11.55
9.47

11%

14%

3^62

3.30

21%

Incorporated
Incorporated

22%

17.08

Dreyfus Fund Inc

18.56

Eaton & Howard Balanced Fund 50c
Eaton & Howard Stock Fund
50c
Electronics Capital Corp
1
Electronics Investment Corp
1
Electronics International

12.17

14.60

43
8.37

46%

£1

21%
30%

Capital

Ltd

1
1

Electro-Science Investors
Empire Financial Corp
Energy Fund Inc_

8.60

Family

Federated

—1

Finance Corp
Growth Fund
Federated Investors Inc—
Class B non-vot-

5c

Capital Fund
Fidelity Fund Inc

Fiduciary Mutual Invest Co

75%
40 %
11
5
6%
9

6.31
2.36

•

Franklin Custodian Funds—
Bond series
'
Common stock series
Preferred stock series.

11.84

—

lc

1
1

Fundamental Investors Inc
Futures Inc

General Acceptance Corp com
1
Warrants
60c conv voting preferred
*
Senior deb 4%s 1971
F-A
Subord deb 5s 1970
J-D
Subord deb 6%s ww 1974
M-N
Senior debs 5%s 1976
A-Q
6s senior debentures 1980
F-A
General America Corp
5
General American Investors com—1
$4.50 preferred
100

11%
5%

2

8%

1

19.41

73/8

7%

General Finance Corp (Del)
1
General Investors Trust
1
General Motors Acceptance Corp
All listed bonds can be found
on page 10
General Public Service Corp
10c
General Realty & Utilities
10c

Gibraltar Financial Corp of Cal
Great Western Financial Corp—
Common
5s conv subord

1

debs

1974

3-D

Greater Washington Indus Invests.l
Greenfield Real Estate Inv Tr
Group Securities Inc—
Automobile Shares
lc
Aviation-Electronics—
Electrical Equipment Shares-lc

lc
lc

Building Shares
Capital Growth Fund
Chemical

43%
7.36

6%
a2%
33%
423/4

—1

.

Shares
(The) Stock

Common
Food Shares

.

Fund

--lc

lc
lc

184

63/8
—

34%
43>/4
186

20%

21

9.88

10.82

7.21

7~91

a

15T4

10.15
7.12
a

Institutional

lc

a

lc

a__

lc

1L12
7.81

a

Utilities

Shares
Growth Capital Inc
;
Growth Industry Shares Inc.
Guardian Mutual Fund Inc..

lc

11.18

lc

lc

a

lc
lc
lc
lc

12.24

a

a

1

a

a
a—

32%

33%

—1

22.14

22.80

—1

123.23

H-C7H-DA

»
Without
Ex-dividend.




26.11
23.73
17.04

15.62

10.20

9.34
9.26

10.10
19.72
24.80
14.40
16.72
17.26

18.12

22.73
13.20

17.64
7.09
8.63

173/s
28%
13.45

44%
29%

29
21.06
7.15
95

23.02
7.79

24

25%

23

23 %

X3.07

3.36
4.27
2.68
3.96

lc

x3.91
2.45

shares

.

lc

x3.62

lc

shares

2.52
4.52
2.99

2.31

le

4.14

1

3.33

Narrangansett Capital Corp
1
Nation wide Secur Co Inc iMdi—I
National Capital Corp class A
1
National Investors Corp
1
Nat'l Securities & Research
8%c
National Securities Series—
Balanced series
;
1
Bond series
1
Dividend series
1
Preferred stock series
1
Income series
—
1
Stock series
1
Growth stocks series
1
New England Fund
1
New York Capital Fund of

14%
22.08
5%

Corp (Md)

Securities <N Y)
Northwest Baneorporation—
4.50 fr convertible preferred

$ Net asset value,

6.32

a

Called

for

redemption, see

page

5
1

IOO

96.

.

$15.68
22%
3%
160

$10.14 —
28% 29 %
100% 102%

103
104
100% 1003/4
104'A

9%
24%
93

15.23
16%

26

101'A
393A
$38.40

1

$33.24 —
12.28 13.28

-1

1
50c
lc

10c

__80c

1
Ltd—

£1

5s
it

2
5

1
1

-

1
4

lc
1

J-D

subord debs 1975
—

14%
13
12
13 %
11.21 12.25
13%
11

11%

12

33%
21%

34%
21%
16%
41%
31 'A
55 %

6V»
7.34

15%
41%
31

55
99

6%
8.02

9.29 10.15

10.31

10.97

2%

3%

11%

32
150
214

11%
33

156

19.14
15.52

1
1

1

14.28
8.04
12.32
15.65
28

1
1

7.29
5.68

*0°

4.29

1

—

50c

<fc Co Inc

Capital Corp of America_l
Waddell & Reed cl A com n-v
1
Wall Street Investing Corp
1
Wasatch Corp deb 6s ser A 1963-J-J
Washington Mutual Inv
Wellington Equity Fund
Wellington Fund

Fund In—1
Inc
1

Wellington Management

Co—

1

Class A common (non-voting)
Wesco Financial Corp

_10c
1
1

Fund Inc_10c
1

Nominal, r Canadian dollar

19%
9.53

17.61

Venture

n

—

1

Value Line Fund Inc
Value Line Income Fund Inc
Value Line Special Situations

164

17%
8.74

—

41%

1

Foreign Securities Corp

Whitehall Fund Inc
Wmfleld Growth Indus
Wisconsin Fund Inc

16%
217
27%

1

United Funds Canada Ltd——
United Funds Inc—
United Accumulative Fund
United Continental Fund
United Income Fund
United Science Fund-

4

17.68
16.68

3-J
10

Common

223/4

123/4

11%

16.35

24

United American Investment
United Financial Corp of Calif—

12.29

35%

$14.47

24%

UBS Fund of Canada
Union Investment Co

6.81
9.60
10.92

10.88
12.77

xlO.06
xll.68
33

50
3%s debs series A 1966
M-S
Twentieth Century Growth Investors

4.24
8.17

3%

3%

22%

^

Fund Inc
Vance. Sanders

—

1

reg
deferred reg
Townsend Growth Fund
Transamerlca Corp
iv ns-e,oast
Investment Co
Trans-World Financial Co
Tri-Continenial Corp common

USA

10

25

Fund

„

—

212
27%

rets

Warrants
$2 70 preferred

—

$19.82

1

Fund Inc

Consumer Finance
lexas Fund Inc
—
lobacco Securities Trust
Am dep
rets ordinary

12.21
6.04

k Last sale,

$14.08

25

Texas

17.72
15

_34e

100

com—2

Templeion Damroth Corp

15%
23.89
5%

16.39
14

96
96

F-A
K-N
3-J

Fund Inc

1 elevision-Eleclronics
Television Shares
Management Corp

Units

6
50

48
130

1
3-J

5%s conv
Standard Shares Inc
State Loan & Finance Corp—
Class A
6%
preferred
5.40s s f debs 1980
State Street Investment Corp
Stein Roe & Farnum
Balanced Fund Inc
Stein Roe & Farnham—
Stock Fund

conv

3%

8.09

5%

1
common.l
subord debs 1973— J-D

a.-

17.90
20.01

3%

Sovereign Investors Inc
Standard Financial Corp

deD

15.96
9.16

16.47
18.41
7.40

Corp General
1
Securities Invest Co of St Louis—
43/4S debs 1968_;
J-D
Selected American Shares Inc
2%
Shareholders Trust of Boston
1
Shawmut Association
*
Smith (Edson B) Fund
—1
Southwestern Investment Co
2.50
Southwestern Investors Inc
1

3.40

x5.53
X3.88
7.48
6.23
8.78
9.99
11.37

15.80
8.47

Securities

Am

26.51
13.19
13.08
28
10.64

97

4%s debentures 1972
4%s subord debs 1977
5s debentures 1982
Securities Acceptance Corp
5% preferred A

$15.06

xrll.17

12.04
12.95
26%
9.79

24.19

^

Seaboard Finance Co common
5%s s f debentures 1980
Sears Roebuck Acceptance—

.

1

interest

$15.44

Scudder Fund of Canada Ltd—25c
Scudder Stevens & Clark Fund
1
Scudder Stevens & Clark—
Common Stock Fund
x

Techno

97

95

1

,

23

1

_•

15%

97%

6%s subord sf debs 1975 ww-Af-N

Sterling Investment

$29.63
$16.44
23%

—lc

shares

North River
5.78
5.67

par value.
y Ex-rights.

25.01
X21.75

shares

Niagara Share
Series
Series

223/4

_lc

:—

Canada Ltd

Hamilton Fund Inc—

8.49
57%
96%

6s 1977 W 'W

a

lc

Petroleum Shares
Railroad Bond Shares
Railroad Equipment Shares
Railroad Stock Shares
Steel Shares
Tobacco Shares

—

Mutual Shares Corp
Mutual Trust Inc—
Shares of beneficial

a—

13.83

__

213/4

.

lc

Shares

Inc

Special Investments share#

a

Bond Shares
Industrial Machinery Shares
Bond

$14.80

1

Transport shares——
lc
2.73
Marine Midland Corp common
5
26% 26%
Massachusetts Investors Trust—
14.72 15.91
Shares of beneficial interest 33%c
Mass Investors Growth Stock
Fund Inc
1
17.35 18.76
Massachusetts Life Fund
I
22.64 24.48
Midland Capital Corp
1
16% 173/s
19%
Midland-Guardian Co___I
*
18%
12%
Mid-States Business Capital
1
11%
Midwestern Financial Corp
1
30% 32 %
5%
Model Finance Service class A
1
n4%
Montgomery Ward Credit Corp—
10334
4%s debentures 1980
3-J / —•
4%s debentures 1981
_F-A
102% 102 %
104
5%s subord debentures 1981 F-A
103
Mutual Investing.Foundation
— 1
15.90 17.19
Mutual Investment Fund
1
10.51 11.53

29%

lo

Merchandising Shares
Mining Shares

Fund

Petroleum

441/4
8.00

27%

Fully Administered Shares
General

1

Paper

20

preferred series A

198
206
13.93 15.22
35.68 36.39

1
1

Metal

19

2%
13.79

16%
28%
12.31
41%

Managed Funds—
Electric Shares
General Industries

General Contract Finance Corp—
Common
5 % % conv

1

Class B non-voting
50c
Loomis-Sayles Fund of Canada
1
Luomis-Sayles Mutual Fd Inc— _1
Lytton Financial
1

21.10

2

General Bancshares Corp
General Capital Corp

2c

12
12.26
19

X15.38
15.81
16.31
6.47
7.88

Madison

7.77
57%

Quarterly Distribution Shares Inc.!
Reinsurance Investment Corp
1
Ritter Finance Co class B com
1
6% convertible preferred
50
5%s subord debs 1966 ww
J-J
Without warrants
5%s subord s f debs 1971
F-A

22%

11
11.16
18
2
12.62

Long (Hugh W) & Co Inc—

26%
95
83/4

2.99

21%

53A % conv preference
25
Life Insurance Investors Inc
1
Life Insurance Stock Fund Inc
1
Lincoln Service Corp 5%s 1967—3-D

177

15.62
17.14

1

Pine Street Fund Inc
50c
Pioneer Finance Co
1
Pioneer Fund- Inc
2.50
Price (T Rowe) Growth Stock
Fund Inc
1
Puritan Fund Inc
1
Putnam (George) Fund of Boston—
Ctfs of beneficial interest
1
Putnam Growth Fund
1

101% 1021/4
341/2
34
5.79
6.33

(The) Fund Inc
--...-I
Corp
——
1
Lexington Income Trust
___1
Liberty Loan Corp common
1

101%

14.45
15.68
15

30

IOver-The-Counter Sec Fund Inc—1
Pacific Finance Corp common
10
3%s debenture 1965—
3-J
4%s debentures 1971
A-0
4%s capital debs 1967
M-S
Penn Square Mutual Fund—
Ctfs of beneficial interest
Peoples Securities Corp (N Y)—_1

99% 102

Lazard

113%

1

Oppenhelmer Fund Inc
Overseas Securities Co.

42%

Lehman

92

933/4

41%

10.78

15.97
40

14.61

Oceanic
One William Street Fund Inc

7.26

Keystone Fund of Canada Ltd
1
Knickerbocker
Fund
1
Knickerbocker Growth Fund Inc—1

9%
6.90
2.58
12.87

21%
6%
12V4

102
171
26

6.64

S-l High-Grade Com Stk Fund-l
S-2 Income Com Stock Fund
1
S-3 Growth Com Stk Fund
1
S-4 Low Prieed Com Stk Fund—1

7

Bid

Par

Electronics Shs.l
Trading Co
10c

12.78
13.33

-

41

21 %

90
111

11.68
12.19

Keystone Custodian Funds Inc—
Class A com non-vot
*
B-l Investment Bond Fund
1
B-2 Medium-Grade Bond Fund—1
B-3 Low Priced Bond Fund
1
B-4 Discount Bond Fund
1
K-l Income Fund
1
K-2 Growth Fund
1

2.79
7.55
3.02
11.15

63/8
12%

Fund_lc

Johnston Mutual Fund Inc

79%

2.54
6.87
2.74
10.17
88c

-le

21%

5
1

86
11%
5.22
33
60

32%
59 %

1

1

20.19

84
11%
4.77

-

10

8.66
10.57
9.43
48
22

1
1

Fund
Investors

Income

Interstate Securities
Co
Investment Co of America
Warrants
Investment Corp of Florida
Investment Trust of Boston
Investors Diversified Services—
Class A non-voting
Investors Research Fund
Istel Fund Inc

13
22.28
18.72

18.68

J
Federation Inc
100
Financial General Corp
.—lc
Financial Industrial Fund Inc
2
Flrstamerica
Corp
First Bank Stock Corp
— -10
-10
First Boston Corp
•
First Charter Financial Corp
—1
First Investors Corp class A
100
First
Research Corp
First Virginia Corp class A com _1
Florida Capital Corp——
10c
Florida Growth Fund Inc—
_-l
Florida Mutual Fund
Founders Mutual Fund

lc

10c
1

Interstate Finance Corp

20.50
17.32

—I
Inc._10

Financial

39%
16.19

11

1

Fidelity

20%

39
14.81

-.1

8.91

19%

Eurofund Inc

3%
9.92
2.73
7.92
9.67
8.72
46

4%s debs series B 1981
F-A
International Holdings Corp
1
International Resources Fund Inc.lc

5%

4

25c

lc
lc
1
International Harvester Credit Corp
4%s debs series A 1979
M-N

583/4

Bond*—

Philadelphia Fund Inc

Institutional Growth Fund
Institutional Income Fund
Insuranshares Ctfs Inc (Md)

23%
32%
19%

5%
5%
58%

Equitable Credit 20c partic pfd
2
Equity Corp common
10c
$2 convertible preferred
1
Equity Fund Inc
.
.
20c

91%

84%

be

can

Institutional Foundation

9.15

18%
125.18

90

Industrial Bank of Commerce
Inland Credit Corp class A
Institutional Shares Ltd—

13.01

13.65

100

Foundation Fund
Fund of Boston Inc

Income
Income

41
78

100

Imperial Capital Fund Inc

10.38

4%
9%

40%
77
82%

*

IRE Investors Corp_

12.66

123/4
__

100

4.40%
preferred
All listed bond values
found on page 11

26

25%

12

1

3% % preferred
4% preferred

14.15

5%

-—1

$28.88
33/4
8% '

1
*

Home Finance Group
Household Finance Corp—
Common

18.57
67.11

10.49

10c

24%

—

8.93

8.21
18.38
66.44
12.87

Stock# and

Aak

Nucleonics Chem Sc

Hamilton Management Corp—
Class A com non-vot
Hawthorne Financial Corp
Haydock Fund Inc
Hilton Credit Corp

17.34

P and income and defaulted bond*

Bid

Far

Stock# and Bond#—

16.04
19%
15 %

De Vegh Mutual Fund Inc
-1
Delaware Fund Inc
1
Delaware Income Fund Inc
1
Demster Investment Co
1
Dial Finance Co
;
,. *
Distributors Group Inc—
Class A com non-vot
8d
Diversified Growth Stock Fund
1
Diversified Investment Fund
1
Diversified Trustee Shares ser C—1
Dividend Shares Inc
25c
Dominick Fund (The)
1

MARCH 30, 1961.

QUOTATIONS FOB ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF
price# are "and interest" except where marked
Bid

Far

Concord Fond Inc
—2
Consolidated Investment Trust
-.1
Continental Capital Corp
10
Corporate Leaders Trust Fund B—
Crown Finance Co Inc class A_
1
Crown Western Investments Inc—
Diversified Income Fund
De Vegh Investing Co Inc
—I

x

SECURITIES

INVESTING COMPANIES

64

17%

12%

28

9.55

99%
10.82
16.67
15.17
22 A

34

I3-3®

15.91

7.13.

8.79
13.39
17.10

28%
7.97
6.21
4.69

17%
12%
30%
10.44
101
11.83
18.12

16.53
24%
34%
14.46
17.39
7.71

value, t New stock.

65

April, 1961

Industrial and Miscellaneous Securities
Securities"
include all Bond issues which do not

we
appear under
headings, namely "Railroads," "Investing Companies" and "Public Utilities." I\eal Estate Bonds, how¬
ever, can be found on a succeeding page.
Under the neaamg "industrial and Miscellaneous

the previous three

NOTICE—All

boad

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 30, 1S61.
prici arc "and inter—t" except
where marked T and Uacoma and

9s subord s 1 debs 1985—
dillups Eastern Petroleum—

MISCELLANEOUS BONDS

Abltlbi Power Si Paper—
1st 3 Ms series A 18674 Via conv debs ser A 1866
Acme Steel Company—

120M 123
93

..i-O

MS

103%
98

5%a conv aubord deba 1875
f*A
Airline Foods Corp 5s debs 1962_F-A
Albemarle Paper Mlg Co—
convert sub deba 1878
J-J
Aldens Inc 5s cons sub debs '80-A-O

135
76

a

f debs 1877

Aetna Finance

Allegheny Airlines Inc—
6 V«s conv subord debs 1875

145

5 as

180

113%
94%
103%

99'/a 100

subord debs 1974 J-D
'64-F-A
J-D
f debentures 1882
W
f debentures 1883 —_~A-0

98%

-tVas s
jMs s

Aluminum Co of Panada Ltd
ist 3 Ms ser A 1874
s

Bosch 3Ms debs 1964
American Brane Shoe Co—

American Cement Oorp—
5a a f debentures 1978—
American Electronics Ino—

93

American Hide 8s Leather Co—
5s conv Inc debs 1975
A-O
American Machine ft Foundry—
4%s conv subord debs 1981—Af-S
American Optical Co 3 Ms 1968—M-B
4.40s conv subord debs 1980—A-O
American Petroflna Inc—
5M% subord conv debs 1973—J-J
American President Lines 5s
1981
American 8alnt-Qobain Corp—
5 Ms subord oonv debs 1683—A-O
American Silica Sand
5s-3s 1973 ws
—
American Steel At Pump Corp—
4s Income ser A 1994
J-D
American Tobacco 3s 1962,.— a-o
3s debentures
1969
A-O
3 %s debentures 1877
F-A
Ancle* Corp—
8Mb subord debs w w 1974—J-D

Units

143%

128% 130
90

40

f46

53

99% 100%
95%
94%
90
89%
172
80

180
83
224

88%

A-O

122

J-D

295
100

—

f93%

93%

88
85
90

F-A
—J-J
U-S

83

87

93%
89
115

116

65

70

F-A

173

175

79

81

200

206

subord debs 1970
A-O
Avnet Electronics Corp—
vjs conv subord debs 1975
J-J
Rulttmore Paint At Chemical—
6%s s f debentures 1973
A-O
6%s s f debs w w 1975
F-A
Without warrants
.
, Barium Steel Corp—
5 %s conv subord debs 1969
Bansch St Lomb Inc—
t%s conv subord debs 1980
Bausch & Lomb Optical Co—
4%s conv subord debs 1979.
Belco Petroleum Corp—

87
87
n85

74

J-D
J-J'

109

.

111%

J-D

121

125

subord debs Z-stk 1974—
Benson Manufacturing Co
6s conv subord debs 1971
M-A

168

.

Canadian

J-D

119

1st 6s 1976
(J 1) Co

3%s debs 1976 F-A
5%s subord conv debs 1983—A-O
Caterpillar Tractor Co—
4%s s f debentures 1977
M-A
Celanese Corp of America—
3s debentures 1965
—A-O
3%s debentures 1976
A-O
Case

Celotex Corp—
4Ms conv subord debs 1976
Jf-N
Cenco Instruments Corp—
4 %s conv subord debs 1980.
F-A
Cei ro de Pasco Corp—
5 Ms conv subord debs 1878—J-J
Chadboume Gotham Inc—
5.90s conv sub deb w w 1971 A-O
Without warrants
—

subord debs

ww

1974-A-O

Champion Paper At Fibre Co—
3 %s debentures 1965

J-J

3%s debentures 1981
J-J
4%s conv subord debs 1984
J-J
Chance Vought Aircraft Inr
5%s conv subord debs 1977—J-J
Charter Oil Co l.td
Chemoll Industries Inc—
8s debs 1973
,'iUes Service Co deb 3s 1977
Coastal States Gas Producing
5 %s a f debs w w 1977
5Ms 1977 ex-all warrants
6s s f debs 1980 w w
6s 1980 ex warrants

P-A

F-A
J-J
Co—

J-D

109

113

93%

Units
Dixon Chemical Industries
es subord debs 1978
Units
:

—

__

f78
f76 %

6%s subord debs

103%

102

80

Without

77

83

120%

91
75

4s conv subord

92%

94

«?%
%
85%

90

tNet asset value, a Called for redemption, see page 96.
x Ex-dividend,
y Ex-stock dividend.

,

94
85

"

93%

—

78
50

83
—

71
105

69
99

—

Ill
—

*

83

171

132

M-N

113%

115

A-O

115

119

5Ms conv subord debs 1974—M-A
Elco Corporation—

100

104

6s conv subord debs 1975
J-D
Emerson Electric Mlg Co—
5Ms conv subord debs 1977
J-J
F X R Inc—
5 Ms conv subord debs 1970
Falrb'km Morse ft Co 2Mb 1967.Jf-N
5M» conv subord debs 1972
J-D
Fanateel Metallurgical Corp—
4Ma conv subord debs 1976—A-O

99%

98

102

auDurd debs 1975

«a

141

5s conv sub deb 1972
Economics Laboratory, Inc—
4%s conv debs 1976

115

115%

89 %
99 A

90

99%
174%

173%

99%
—

•"

—

102%

102

115
102% 108

ill

93%

l_

—

88

„■

.

113

-

111% 113%

78

Farrlngton Manufacturing Co —
5Ms conv subord debs 1970. A-<

83

68
84%

Fashion Park deb 5s 1968

M-N

6a

85

conv

subord

debs

1979

J-D

Fodders Corporation—
SMs sf subord debs 1979 ww_jf-N
Without warrants
Pederml Coal 5s 1889

Fischer ft Porter

83
106% 106%
__

325
.

115

120

158
rc'

85

88

s f
conv

4s
Food
Food

—

83%

\7

100

81

83

Ex-interest,

97%

99

133%

137

90

94

188%

—

•

—

115
92%

94 %
65

134

138

MS

98

*

Jf-N

J-J

Jf-N

-—

99 H

100%

84

90%

■

__

debentures 1974

M-S
A-O
M-S

137
99

143
101

nlOO

104

82

85

82
51
91
85
111

85
53

i

.

_

87%
112%

98

■

----

•'

"

Machinery ft Chemical Corp—

f deba 1969
f debentures 1981
Foremost Dairies Ino—
4Ms subord debs 1980
Fram Corp 6s conv s f deb '66
a

3.80s

Fronller

s

Refining Co

iWvol

Debenture 4s 1976
Conv subord deb* 4*

k Last sale,

1974

J-J

88
93%

95%

93%

J-J
J-D

265

M-N

114

J-D

90
90
102

Jf-8
1878 ..Jf-S

n Nominal.
; ••

F-A

—

1969

Fruehauf Trailer Co—
3%s s f debentures

f Flat price,
V-

112

—

dtL

95

101

J-J

...

subord debs 1979
Mchy Corp 2",* 18R2

2Ms

106% 112
138
142
95%
87%
102%
81%

92
90

f51

6Ms conv subord deos 1977__Jf-S
Fllntkote Company 4%s 1877
A-O
Florida Steel Corp—
5%s conv subord debs 1971
Jf-S
Food Fair Properties Inc—
5Ms debentures 1975
M-S
Food Fair Properties Development
6s eoD trust 1964
s.
J-D
Units
Food Fair Stores Inc 3s 1965..J-J
3Ms

152

470

J-D

ws.

3Ms debentures 1977

103% 104

91

JJ.

Fed-Mart Corp—

70

500

320

•

—

Eitel-McCullough Inc—

111

*

84

-I-D

'

135

:

e

101% 102

99

»

ttr.en'al

ex-warrants

88

100% 101

Jf-8

83

1074

97%

86

109

F

112

rTr-

93

96%

A-O
M-N
J-J

78

5%s senior sf debs 1974 ww.A-O

105

89

Eastern Corp 4 Ms debs 1981
M-N
Eastern Stainless Steel Corp—

95%

84

95

100

90

1977

108

81

135
140
103%

4Ms conv subord debs 1977
Durtron Co Inc—

r

103% 104%
95%

debs

Without warrants
Combustion Engineering Inc—
3%s s f debs 1979
Jf-N
3%s conv subord debs 1981—J-D

A-O
debentures 1985—
A-O
Continental Oil 3s debs 1984...M-A

90

5s s f debentures 1978
Dow Chemical 2.35s debs '61
3s conv subord debs 1982
Dresser Industries Inc—

__

Firestone Tire ft Rubber—
3s debentures 1861
2Mb debentures 1972
;

a%s

84

86

Douglas Aircraft Co Inc—

82
93

112%

Can Co—
debentures 1978

79

89

111
98

t

97

A-O

1975

ww

1980 MS
1877__Jf-N
'olorado Fuel At Iron Corp—
»%« ser A conv debs 1977——J-J
Colorite Plastics Inc—
1st mtge 6%s 1976 WW—

*%s: conv
"n'lnetital

196

88

warrants

Ferro Corp 3Ma deba 1975 .
Finland Residential Mtg Bk—
1st mtge stamped 5s 1961

;

96

M-N

102

Air Lines Inc—
subord debs 1970—M-A
subord deb* 1973. -J-D
Rnk 3* debs 1965
J-J

94

F-A

3Ms debentures 1978
Dorsey (The) Corp—

78

100

conv

90

Donnelley (R R) ft Sons—

80

__

4 i.s

88

98% 100

Inch¬
J-D

192

Commonwealth Oil Refining Co Inc
6s conv Junior subord debe "72_J-J
Consolidated Cigar 4%s 1975—J-D
Consolidated Diesel Electric—
„
-.iiv
o.tx.rd <». n
1975—_J-0
Consolidated Electrodynamics—
4 %s conv subord debs 1984
J-D
Container Corp of America—
3 30s s f debentures
1980
J-J

92
—

A-O
A-O

A-O
Dllbert's Leasing ft Development—
5%s conv debs 1979
J-D

99
Jf-S

87
91

105

Detroit Steel Corp 4%s 1970
Devoe At Reynolds Co 2%s '65
Diamond Alkali Co 3%s 1978
Diamond Gardner Corp—
is s f debentures 1983

125

83

1972

A

Capital Airlines Inc—
4%s conv suborn deb- I976_. J
Ctfs of dep "stamped"
Carrier Corporation—
4%s conv subord debs 1982
F-A
Cary Chemicals Inc
6%s subord debs 1979 x-s—MS

6s conv

6s conv subord debs 1974

Aviation—

Ale Inc—
1976

;

—

5Ms conv subord debs 1972
J-J
5 Ms conv subord debs 1980.-F-A
Deere ft Co 2 Ms debs 1965
A-O
3 Ms debentures 1977
J-J
4Mb subord debs 1983
F-A
Deere (John) Credit Co—
4%s debentures ser A 1985
A-O
Dejur-Amsco Corp—

Petroflna—

series

vmtlnental

Co—

"••rrhase money 6s Aug *98 Q-Feb
Bethlehem Steel Corp—
Cons mtge 2%s ser I 1970
J-J
"ons mtge 2%s ser J 1976—_M-N
t"ons mtge 3s series K 1978
J-J




Eastern

conv

-

Dayton Rubber Co—

conv

si debs 1968
F-A
Campbell Cnlbougamau Mines Ltd—
6s 1st mtge s f conv 1968
M-N
6s

176

ponv

*No par value.
t New stock,

Daystrom Inc 5%s sf debs 1980.A-O

93%

gtou

„

4%s conv subord debs
Colonial Stores Inc 4.90e

M-N

conv

value,

87
92

iolllns Radio Co—-

185

subord debs 1974

8teel

130
91

subord debs 1981
J-J kl63 Mar 30
Industrie*
nc114
117
4.25s subord debe 1975
A-O
Burroughs Adding Machine Co—
91
3%s s f debs 1977
J-P
89
Burroughs Corp—
4%s s f debentures 1883
J-J
100
101 %
4Ms conv subord debs 1981—J-D
127
127%
Bush Terminal Bldgs Cof92%
96
Gen mtge 5s Income 1882
J-J
4%s

J

94%

M-W

Manufacturing Corp—
1979

tehem

52'/a

125

93

135
83

Deltch Crystal Dairies Inc—
4Mb conv subord debs 1975
J-D
5M% conv subord debs 1979-A-O
Davega Stores Corp—
6Ms conv subord debs 1975 F-A

__

95%

5s conv subord debs
Avis Inc—

■

100

Corp—

5%s subord conv debs 1972
104%

130

85%

—

88

7%% subord debs 1977
J-J
Crucible Steel Co 3 Ms 1968
Jf-N
Cudahv Packing Co—
1st mtge s f 2Ms ser C 1967.Jf-N
Cuneo (The) Press Inc—
5s conv subord debs 1978
J-D
Curtis Publishing Co—
6s subord Inc debs 1986
A-O

_

51

■-*

94 %
310

82%

105

Crown Aluminum Industries—

96

125

Without warrants

92%

A-O

Atlas Plywood Corp—
5%s debentures 19885 %s s f debentures 1971.
5 Ms conv subord debe 1975
Atlas Searing Centers Ino—

As

102

35

Associated Dry Goods Corp—
4%s s f debentures 1980
A-O
Atlantic Co deb 5s 1980
A-O
Atlantic Refining Co—
2Mb debentures 1986
— /-J
3 %s debentures 1979—— — J-J
4Ms conv subord debs 1987—F-A

Avco

105%

97

214

Ashland Oil At Refining Go—
3s a f debentures 1965
3s
debentures 1970
"»%s s f debentures 1971

conv

144%

88

104%

94

106

84%

5%s conv subord debs 1980
J-D
Cramp ton Mlg 5%s 1975 ww—MS

117% 119

deba 1878-80
Broadway-Hale Stores—
5s cons subord debs 1878
F-A
Brown Co deb 4%* 1075
J-D
Brown Shoe 3Ms debs 1871
J-J

4s

f75

Armco Steel Corp
Armour A Co 5#

6s

99

MS

Brit Petroleum 6s conv

Canada Dry Ginger
4s i f debentures

88

P4

1980—J-J
F-A

105

J-J

1978

Conv subord deba 5s
Cowles Chemical Co—

193

185

91

"a lllornia

99

5 VaS conv subord debs 1973—A-O
American Oypaum Co units—
1st 7* notes 1870
.

Without warrants
Units
Anheuser Busch Ino 3Ms 1977
Apache Corporation—
6s conv subord debs 1975
Apco Oil Corporation
5%s subord debs 1981.

__

94
90%
103% 105%

-A-O

94 %

A-O
J-D

99

1888—A-O
1990
J-J

debentures

Ms

99%
102 %

203
90

F-A

4 Ms s f debentures 1982
American Can Co 3Ms

97%

88%

M-N

Amer

101%

88%
98%

92%

lristol-Myers Co—
3s debentures 1968
3%s debentures 1977.

Brunswick

97

f deba 1870
-A-O
f debs 1880.
erican Airlines Ino 3s 1888--/ P
American Art Metsls Co—
»a
conv
subord debs 1868
J-D
Ms

99

87
100

M-H
N-N

96

(Thej Company—
2%.
debentures 1981
Bowl-Mor Co Inc—
5%s conv subord debs 1976

112 M
94%

conv

92%

RiiUeu

175

F-A

Aluminum Co of Amer 3Ms
a# a f debentures 1978

4

duein* Airplane Co—
4%t conv suoord debs
5s debs 1978

Ino—

Auco

.

101

141
166

Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corp—
•u, conv subord debs 1981_—k-O
Allied Cbem ft Dye 3Ms 1978
A-O
Allied Stores Corp 4Mb 1876
M-W

J

Blossman

Co—

J-J

—

Hydratane Gas Ino—
subord debs 1978

104%

5s conv subord debs 1979
J-D
Cornell-Dubiller Elec 3%s 1972_Jf-8
Corn Products 4Ms debs 1983—A-O
Cott Beverages—

100

98

.Jf-H

7s debentures 1993
dillups Western Petroleum
6s partlc debs 1984

5s conv

J-D

4%s

Copperweld Steel Co—

Homes, Inc—

Shell

.evls

ACF-wrigley Stores Ino—
4%s coqy aubord debs 1872- i-O

:
Bid

I

INDUSTBUL AND

-

defaulted bonda

U

105

r.Canadian dollar

INDUSTRIAL, AND MISCELLANEOUS BONDS

66
NOTICE—All

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 30, 1961.
prices are "and interest" e>cepi where marked "f" and income and

bond

4%s conv

! Jessop Steel Co—

subord debs 1976—A-O

Joy Mfg 3%s

80%
102 y8

1971 "new"
1971 "old"
Gilchrist Co 4s s t debs 1965—F-A

215

A-O

92
90
102 Vi 104
55
45
96
95 Va
103 Va 103 y2
99
99 y2

112

J-D

f30

—M-S

83

90

J-J

35

'65—

debentures 1978
Haskellte Mlg Corp—
4yas s f debs w w 1961
5s

subord debs 1974

165

63
93

F-A

subord debs 1974

98 Va
82
125
550

99 Vi
84

A-O

Community—

secured (7th-ser) 1975—A-O
5s secured (11th series)
1978-J-J
5%s secured (13th ser) 1980.A-O
Serial secured notes (14th seriesj
4%s Oct 15 1963
4Vis Oct 15 1964
1965

Industries—
debs 1975—M-S

6 Vis conv subord
Home Oil Co Ltd—

100
95
99Vi

F-A

101 Vi
96
100

99
99
99 Vi




1977

'92

s

101%
108

J-D

127
99

130
99%

91%

93

88

90%
;

103% 104
170

f debs

172

83%
115

117%
40

82

J-J

see

Mead

J-D

M-7V
Af-N

■

103%

83%"
85%
86

—

106
91

105
86

103% 104%
88%
":/

J-J

Melville Shoe

Corp—
4Vis debentures 1980
A-O
Merchants Refrigerating 5s '72.J-J
conv

subord

debs

1975

96

90

6s conv subord debs 1975

85 Vi
96
104
119 Vi

97
105
121

102
f85

J-J

73%

A-O

133

104

137

127

128

85Vi

82
—

Mississippi River Fuel Corp—
4%s s f debs 1978
5%s s f debentures 1980

142'A 144

96.

e

Af-S

3.10s s f debentures 1972
3%s s f debentures 1976
Minnesota & Ontario Paper—
3.30s s f debs 1975
Minute Maid Corp 4s 1974

86

68
60
130
91

135
94

F-A
Af-S

J-D

M-S
J-J

88%
95%
86
93

95%

101%
104% 105%

63

69

116% 120

J-D

87
84

3%s conv subord debs 1975
Munsingwear Inc—
5s conv subord debs 1980
NAFI Corporation—
5 Vis conv subord debs 1980

88%

J-D

83

f Flat

price,

A-O

116

M-S

122
63

79

80

83

72

77

152

155
f38

43

88

91

1980—A-O

-

—

Coal—

Applicators Inc—
subord debs 1969
1970

J-J

1964.J-J

Republic Pictures deb 4s 1965
Republic Steel Corp—
„M-S
4% s s f debentures 1985
Reynolds (R J) Tobacco Co—
—A-O
3s debentures 1973
—F-A
Rheem Mfg Co 3%s 1975
Richfield Oil Corp—
4%s subord conv

Nominal,

debs 1983—A-O

(Concluded on page 95)

r

Canadian price, y Ex-coupon

124 >/2
124 ya

82
100
91 Vi

105

110

114

98

104 Vi
102
106 Vi

91
91%

105
109 Vi
93

f90

102% 103
115

119

101

82
96
110

112

101

104
70

106

107%

103

104

98
97 %
124% 124%

90

96%

96V2
97 Va

__

97%

84
86

95

conv

l-O
Purina 3Vis 1877
Rapid-American Corp—
__M-N
7b 8 f subord debs 1967
5V4s conv subord debs 1964 A-O
Reading At Bates 6s 1967

—

123 Vi
123 Vi

1979__J-D

Ralston

125

n

77

150

Reading Tube Corp—
J-J
5 Via s f debs ww 1974
Red Owl Stores Inc—
4%s conv subord debs 1978.—F-A
—J-D

124

k Last sale,

96

J-J
Ltd—
J-J
J-D

Units

87

Nat'l Alfalfa 5s 1975—

Ex-interest,

—-

J-D

Mueller Brass Co—

89

199%

1980—J-D

Quaker Oats Co 2Vis debs

89

Conv subord debs 1969
Montecatlni 5Vis s f $ debs
Mountain Fuel Supply—

A-O

101%

185

Quaker City Cold Storage Co Inc
of Pennsylvania 1st 4s 1973

180

3VzS debentures 1971
3Vis debentures 1974
4s debs 1983

89

J-D

Polymer Corporation—
5Vis conv subord debs 1975—A-O
Procter & Gamble Co—
3%s debs 1981
M-S
Producing Properties 5s 1969—

—

170

'79_J-D

1979

olycast (The) Corp.—
6 Vis conv subord debs

92

Mohawk Airlines Inc—
6s conv subord debs 1975
-J-J
Mohawk Business Machines Corp—

M-N

M-N

3Vis debentures 1965
J-.'
Pittsburgh Plate Glass 3s '67__A-0
Plantation Pipe Line 2%s 1970.M-S
3 Vis s f debentures 1986
A-O

"lastie

78
65

A-O

M-N
J-D

Phllco Corporation—
4Vis conv subord debs 1984—A-O
Philip Morris Inc 4%s debs 1979-J-D
Phillips Petroleum—
2Vis s f debentures 1964
F-A
4Vis conv subord debs 1987. F-A
Pillsbury Mills Inc 3Vis debs 1972 J-D
Pittsburgh Coke St Chemical Co—
1st mtge 3 Vis 1964
M-N

100

F-A
Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator—

6s

5%s conv subord debs
Perfect Photo Inc—
5Vis conv subord debs
Perrine Industries Inc—
6Vis conv subord debs

6s

95

Miles Laboratories Inc—
4%s conv subord debs 1980
Miller Mfg 6s debs 1973

debs

Pittsburgh Consolidation

74%

J-D

7s conv subord debs 1970
Miami Window Corp—
6Vis s f debs ww 1974
Without warrants

110

Af-N

Pacific Far East Line Inc—Merchant Marine 5s 1981—J-D
Pacific Petroleums Ltd—
5s conv deos 1977
J-J
5Vis s f debs ww 1973
A-O
5 Vis 1973 Ex-warrants
Pacific West Oil 3Vis 1964
J-D
Pan American Sulphur Co—
6s conv subord inc debs '67—A-O
Pan American World Alrwa>s—
Conv subord debs 4%s 1979—F-A
Pa^iey Petroleum Inc—

Metropolitan Telecommunications

99Vi —
112
116

page

131

Pennsylvania Salt Mfg. Co—
3.45s s f debs 1981
A-O
Penobscot Chemical Fibre Co—1st mtge 4y.S 1974
A-O

—

110
138
103

M-S

Corp 4s debs 1983__:

130

5%s conv subord debs 1976—J-D
Peabody Coal Co 5 Vis 1976
A-O

104

Af-S
F-A

1980

92

951%

M-N

J -J

1972

debentures

i

fl5

f debs 1980
3'/is s f debentures 1978
McDermott (J Ray) & Co—

87

Oklahoma Cement Co—
6Vis subord debs 1974
J-D
Olin Mathleson Chemical Corp—
5Vis conv subord debs 1982—M-N
5Vis conv subord debs 1983—Af-S
One Hour Valet Inc—•
6s conv subord debs 1975— _Af-S
Oswego Falls Corp.—
4Vis conv subord debs 1976
A-O
Owens-Hllnols Glass 3Vis *88—J-D
Oxford Paper Co—
4Vis conv subord debs 1978—A-O

—

103

A-O

101%

—

M-S

F-A
M-N

89%

Jf-N

f debentures 1983

Subord

Metropolitan Broadcasting Corp—

i-T-E Circuit Breaker Oo—
4y«s conv subtrd debs 1982__A-G k99% Mar 30
Indiana Limestone 4s 1978
... .J-J
f79
81
Inland Steel Co—
... If-6
k219 Dec 21
3y«s debentures 1972
1st mtge 3.20s ser I 1982.
If-S
86% 90
1st mtge 3Vis ser J 1981
J-J
91 y8
1st mtge 4%s ser K 1987
J-J
102
103
t
1st mtge 4Vis ser b 1989
F-A
102 Vi 104»/2
inter Minerals St Chemical Corp—
8.65s conv subord debs 1977_J-J
102
102 Vi
Interstate Oil Pipe Llnee Co—
3V«s s f debs series A 1977—lf-fl
87
4y«s s f debentures 1987
J-J k98 V2 Mar 6
Jefferson Lake Asbestos Corp—
6Vis ser A subord debs 1972 J-D
69
74

redemption,

debs

3 Vis s

4Vis

__

95 y2

5 Vis 1977

for

—.

Merritt-Chapman & Scott Corp—

75

Hydra Power 6 Vis 1970 ww
Hydraulic Press Brick—

Called

■

99

5s subord conv debs 1972
F-A
McKesson & Robblns 3y2s '73_Af-N

115

Hydrometals Inc—
6s conv subord deb« 1972

subord

s

5s conv subord debs 1979
Northwest Nltro-Chemicals
Subord income 5Vis 1965

90%
117% 119

A-O

M-S

J-D

Northrop Aircraft Inc—
4s conv subord debs 1975
Northrop Corp—

187

_

A-O

a

5i%

185y2

1968

Subord debs 6s 1972
Marine (The) Corporation—
4%s conv dpbs 1979
Marsh Supermarkets Inc—
5s conv subord debs 1980
Martin Co 5y2s s f debs 68 ww
5Vis 1968 ex-warrants
;

4%s

109

conv

5%s conv subord-debs 19T3
Houston (The) Corp—
5s subord debs 1968 ex-wts

conv

2%s
14

120

110

subord debs 1975
J-J
Homestake Mining Co—
5Vss s f debs 1969
M-3
5V«s subord conv debs 1972-M-S
Hooker Chemical Corp—
5s conv subord debs 1984 —M-S
Home (Joseph) Co—
6s

97

'

5 Vis

Highway Trailer

108 %

Af-N
Af-N

F-A

90 %

93 Vb
89 Ye

86
92

128

May Department Stores—

Authority of the European

15

.—/

127
90

5s conv debentures 1974
Maracalbo Oil Exploration—

J-D

Electrical Instrument—

Oct

87%

A-O
If-S

A-O
A-O

109 Vi

88 Vi

f debentures 1977
F-A
National Telefilm Associates—
6s subord notes 1962
J-D
Nat'l Theatres & Television—
5 Via s I subord debs 1974
Af-S
Nixon-Baldwin Chemicals Inc—
6Vis subord debs 1980
Northern Chemical Industries—
5Vis subord debs 1969
J-D

108

J-D

109

J-D

5s s

—-

Manati Sugar Co 6s 1965
A-O
Mansfield Tire St Rubber Co—

—

5S

82

M-S

Mallinckrodt Chemical Works—
5s conv subord debs 1974

102

Corporation—
subord debs 1970—..J-J k368 Mar
93%
Heyden Chem Corp 2%s 1Q62_M-Af

Coal & Steel

79
150

J-J

5s conv s f debs 1976
Lionel (The) Corp—
5y2s conv subord debs 1980_
Lit Brothers 4s debs 1970
Lockheed Aircraft Corp—
3%s conv subord debs 1980
4Vis debentures 1976
Lone Star Gas Co—
4%s s f debs 1982
Long Mile Rubber Corp—

5s

66

conv

High

127

Macy (R H) & Co Inc—

170

Hertz

conv

123

80
80

1967

2Vis s f debs 1972
Magnolia Park 6s 1969

A-O

Hathaway Bakeries 4s 1966
M-N
Hawaiian Pacific Indust 6 Vis 1970—
tieil-Coil Corp 5s debs 1973
M-W
Herold Radio & Electronics—

6s

F-A
F-A

105

1%

Engineering Co—

Mack Trucks Inc—
5Vis subord debs

35

H & B American Machine—
3% notes March 15 1964-

;ok

fiy8

1

5s conv debs 1970 A and B
crulf & Western Corp—
6s conv subord debs 1974_M-W

4s

97

—

102 Va

National Steel Corp 3Vss 1982
1st mortgage 3Vis 1986
1st mortgage 4%s 1989
National Tea Co 3 Vis 1980

94 y4
99

105

July 1961

HammermlU Paper 3s debs
Harshaw Chemical Co—

A-O

1979

6s subord debs ww 1974
Loral Electronics Corp—
4Vis conv subord debs 1980
Lorillard (P) Co 3s debs 1963
3%s debentures 1978
Lowensteln (M) St Sons—
4%s cons subord debs 1981

115

Hydraulics Inc—

debs

133 Vi 134
124
fll7

Nat'l Distillers Products Corp—
3 Vis s I debs 1974
A-O
National Equipment Rental Ltd—
6s s f subord debs 1970
F-A
Nat'l Gas St Oil 4¥4S 1973
Af-S
National Research Corp—
5s conv subord debs 1978—

93

1st & ref 5s 1964
1st 8s ref 5s 1974
Lerner Stores Corp 3s

130

-A-O

4Vis

—

90
92

6s conv subord debs 1976

125

Stores Inc—

103%

135

f

Ask

J-D

3 Vks debentures 1976

122

s

Bid

Nat'l Distillers St Chemical—

J-D

5Vis subord debs ww 1985
Kldde (Walter) St Co Inc—
5s conv subord debs 1972

Libby McNeill St Libby 2Vis '67-F-A

debs 1975—lf-2f

5Vis conv debs 1965
Gulf Sulphur Corp—

conv

117

Lehigh Valley Coal Co—

101

131

5s conv debs 1974
Great Plains Development—
l-4s notes 1965 W
Green River Steel Corp—

6s

5 y«s s f debentures ww 1977-J-D
Without warrants

4Vis

130

Sub debs 3 Vis

150%

Lehigh Portland Cement Co—

subord debs 1978—J-J

4V»s conv

Greer

90

90

Inc—
4.20s SS Santa Paulo 1978
A-O
4>/»s S3 Santa Rosa 1978—J-/
Grace (W R) & Co—

3 Vis conv subord
Grand Union Co—

148

Lafayette Radio Electronics—
5y2s conv subord debs 1975
Lake Ontario Portiand Cement—
5yas 1971
Lear, Inc 4 Vis debs 1970
J-D
Lehigh Coal & Navigation Co—
S f mtge 3 Vis ser A 1970
A-O

94

99

F-A

Grace Line

-

119

210

.

5 Vis conv subord debs 1980
J-J
Kerr-McGee Oil Industries Inc—

National Dairy Products—
2%s debentures 1970
3s debentures 1970

129

-ester

Distilleries Co—
jr-A
48 s f debentures 1972.
Glidden Co 4%s debs 1983
M-N
Uobel (Adolf) debs 3Vis 1970
Goodrich (B F) Co 2Vis 1968—M-M
4%s s f debentures 1985
M-N

99%

123

64

uienmore

99

—

A-O
Kimberly-Clark Corp 8%s 1983_V-J
Koppers Company 3s 1964
A-O
Kreuger & Toll Co—
5s ctfs of dep 1959
:
Jf-S

139

75
n72
93 y.

5 Vis
5y2s

Glen-Gery Shale Brick Corp¬
ses 1st mtge w w 1971

98

Keyes Fibre Co—

90%

88

subord debs 1970-J-D

Giant Food Properties—

Gray Drug

104

250 •

225
93
90

Co—

Glastron Boat Co—
6s sf debs 1966

83

ii3y2 115
94 Vi
95 y2

136
subord debs 1977—A-O
General Time Corp—
117
4%s conv subord debs 1979—---General Tire St Rubber—
95
4%s subord debentures 1981—A-O
175
6s qubord debs ww 1982——A-O
nl03
Without warrants
,
Georgia Pacific Corp—
91
Subord debs 5s 1976
J-J

Gilpin (Henry B) Go¬
es conv subord debs 1974——
Glass-Tlte Industries Inc—
6 Vis conv subord debs 1970—If-S

Royal Dutch Airlines—
conv subord debs 1979—If-S
Saman Aircraft Corp—
6s conv subord debs 1974
J-J
Kayser-Roth Corp—
4%s

conv

Gera Corp 6s

96
89

KLM

6s conv subord debs 1976
J-J
General Foods Corp 3 Vis 1976-J-J
Gen Motors Corp 3 Vis 1979——/-J
5s

s

Bonds—
National Bellas Hess Inc—
5y2s conv sub debs 1984
A-O
Nat'l Can Co 5s conv sub debs *76 J-J
National Cash Register Co—
4%s s f debs 1985
J-D
National Cylinder Gas Co—
5 Vss conv subord debs 1977—M-S

Ask

101% 102

General Builders Corp 6s 1963—A-O
General Cigar Co Inc—
5 Vis inc subord debs 1987—J-D
General Development Corp—
6s conv subord debs 1975—_lf-N
Gen Electric Co 3%s 1976- . If-M
General Foam Corp—
•
%

General Portland Cement

J-J
f debs 1975_ Jf-S

5%s conv subord debs 1975

142

General American Oil Co of Texas
4%s conv subord debs 1884—If-N
General American Transportation—
4s subord debs 1981
4f-N

•

Bid

Bonds—

Bld

Bonds—

Gardner-Denver

defaulted bonds

75
120
97
93

122

97%

90

96%

97%

85

88

99
155

99%
160

82
125

93
157
f84

96

88%

100% 101 Vi
89
85

141

__

143Va

Industrial and Miscellaneous Stocks

«

1961.
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 30, 1961,
Far

Stoeka—

Bid

INDUSTRIAL AND
MISCELLANEOUS
ABC Vending
ACF Industrie!

ACF-Wrlgley

I

StOTSS

A J Industries Inc
A K Electric Corp

a

le

50%
54%
19 y2
4%
2

19%

endorsed

1

2%

88%

89%

Corp 70c cv pfd—2.50
Abbott Laboratortss—■
4% conv pfd- ... .IPO
Abercrombie A Flteb-i
$6 preferred
IS
Aberdeen Petroleum
Class A
..—I

10

10%

66%

67

.

Aberfoyle Mfg

.28

.

Abitibi Pwr A Paper—*
Abrams (A R) Inc
1
Abrasive A Metal
Products Co ooOL-1

5% preferred—SS
Accurate Electron
35c
Accurate Speclallt's
Acme Electric Corp.
Acme-Hamilton

110
27

90
3%

24%
40

4%
5%
20%
4

115%
30
93

3%
29%
40%
4%
6
——

4%

13%
27%

14%
29%

Mfg Corp
10c
Acme Industries——X
Acme Missiles A Con¬

2%
9

2%
10

struction class A_25c
Precision
Products
1
Acme Steel Co
10
Acme Wire Co
—10
Acoustics Assoc—lOe
Acushnet Process—
0
Adams
EngineeringClass A non-vot
10s
Adams Express Co
1
Adams-Millls Corp
*

13%

10c
-

1

Adirondack Indus

.1
Adler Built Indus__10c
Admiral Corp
*
Admiral HomesAdmiral Plastics
10c
Admiralty Alaska
Gold Mining Co
1
Adson Industries
10c
Advance Industries.
i
Aero Industries
25c

3%

21%

15%
24%

16

1%
27%
37%
89%
17%
n2%
14%

Aero Service
Aero Supply

Common
1
55c preferred—10

5%% prior pfd
M
Aeroquip cnrp
|
Aerosol Corp of Amer.*
Aerosol Techniques_10c
Aerovox Corp
- -,
1

1%
27%
38%
90

10c

15c

2%
2%

2%
3%

4

71

14%
7

5%
9 V2
10%

13

Air

5

of Amer class A
•
Air Products Tnc
.1
Air Reduction Co oom.. *
..

Inc.

>S

,

Airtek Dynamics—*
Alrtronlcs Intematl

Corp of Florida

10c

Airwork Corp

—1
Magnethermlc •

14%

4%
8%
10

Air Control Prod

50c

4ya

32%

5%
10%

20%

Express Int'l
Agency
Airpax Electronics
Airport Parking Co

M

,.

5%
preferred
IOC
Alarm Device Mfg—10c
Alaska Airlines
I
Alaska Internat Oorp-Se
Alaska Oil A Min_l«e
Albermarle Paper Mfg—
Class A common
$
Class B common .--I
6% series A pfd
100
Alberta Gas Trunkline
Co Ltd class A
5
Albertson's Inc—
Class B common
1

A Ills-Chalmers
Common

16%
13%
30
63

72

1%
4%
5%
7%
23%

17%
14%
32

10
4.08% conv pfd—100
All Is (Louis) Co
10

26%

81
8

82%
8%
7%
iya
2%

7%
%
2

Inc
Alside Inc
Altamll Corp
Alterman Foods

Aluminium Ltd

23
101
31

9%

25
—

31%
10%

6%

7

American Ice Co
•
American Insulator—1

14%

Bowling Corp
10c
13%
14% Amer Israeli Paper

43

45

45%
9%

Aico

Products Ine—..1

Aid Inc
Alden Electronic

1%
16

9%
23%
52 %
81%

9%
25%
52%
82%

29

32

•

112

22%
60

793A

1%

100

Amer Art Metals Co—
Class A common
1
Amer Bakeries
•
Amer Bank Note
10

6%

Blltrite Rubber—
Common
•
2nd preferred
•

Units

Warrants
Amer Bowl'g Enterpr.l
Warrants
Units
Amer Brake Shoe Co.*
Amer Broadcasting—
Paramount Theatres
Common
..-,1

20
•

American Can CoCommon
12.50
7%
preferred
25
Amer Cement Corp
5
Amer Chain A Cable.*
American Chicle Co
•

10%

Alico

73

37%

38%

8%
10%

9%
11%
8%
7%

463/4

Land

Development Co

1

Alkon Industries
All American

10c

'■engineering Co

10s

Airlines

1

8%
7%

Allegheny-Ludhim
Steel Corp

1

46%

AllPTheny

Laboratories Inc
Electronics
Enka Corp

Amer
Amer
Amer

1%
58%
75%
2%
28
31%

Ex-stock dividend.




32%
30

23%

100

120

%

%

1%

37%

6%
3

19%
12%
3%
75

21%

.

21%

1%
3

1%
33/4

%

%
9%

9

4%
13%
44%

5

14%
44%

48

48%

19%

20

26

26%

39

39%

37%
13%
49%
88%

38

22%
30
41
85

5%

preferred

41%

50%

Amer President Lines
Class A common
*

1
1

Apex Smelting Co
Apollo Industries

10

1%

100

Radiator A
Stand Sanitary—
Common
5

6%

—

7%
Amer

preferred

100

Recreational

Development cl A_10c
American Rubber
Plastics Corp
American-Saint—

A

1

68

4

•

25%
5%
a 46%
4%

Amer Sugar
Common

2

10

7%

17%
153/4
473/4

1%
%

61
60%
143% 144
65

83

84

33

33%

32%
4%

33

4%

%

Anaconda (The) Co.50

54%

54%

36%

62

12%

13%

91

8%
3%

8%
4ya

k Last

59%
82%

1
Arnold Altex Aluminum
Co common
1
35c conv preferred_4

4%%

preferred

50

Arrow Hart-Hegeman
Electric Co
10
Arrowhead A Purltas
Waters Inc
1
Art Metal Inc
l

Common
1
$5 preferred
•
$1.50 2nd pfd series
Of 1952
•

Assembly

Products

1

Associated Develop
A Research Corp
1
Associated Dry Goods—
Common
1

Assoc
Assoc

1

6%
22%

2%

61%

81%
38%

55
89
7 3A
23

fa

19%

58%

•

Stores Inc
l
Associated Laundries. 1
Assoc Oil A <"*as Co.lc
Associated Sales
Analysis class A
5c

2%

23

1

•3.75 preferred
Armstrong Rubber

16%

41%

10%

29%

16%

41

103/4
22%
18 »/«

28%

Common

34%

Amurex Oil Co—
Class
A
1
Anacon Lead Mlnes_20c

1

47%

25 %

47%

6

47%

24%
33%

2%

Anaconda Wire A
Cable Co
•
Anchor Hocking Glass
Corp common
6%
$4 preferred
•
Anchor Post Products_2
Anchorage Gas A Oil
Development
1
Andersen Labs
•
Anderson, Clayton A
Co
21.80
Anderson Electric—
Common
«0r

ronv

n

r>fd

Nominal,

1
8.50
r

5.25%

63%

67

36

39

12%

13%
11%
27%
3%

10%
26%
3ya
%

273/4

26%

26%

87
44

19%

44%
20%

5%

5%

76%

77%

107% 108
6

6%

4%
2%
6

4%
2%
6%

11%

23

23%

44%

%
11%

%
12%

40%

41

11%
14%

12%

1

10c

10c

8%
8%
100
105
10
18

Industrial Prods _10c
Atlantic Bowling Corp •

2%

4%

4%
5%

t New

5

5 V*

Racing

Association
Atlantic Co
Altantlc Refin'g
Common
B
value,

11
19 %

1%
4%

Atco Chemical—

"

fa

27%

10%

44%
92%
19%

dollar

—

•

50c

City

27%

44

17

Astrex Inc
Astron Omp

Atlantic

4%
15

20%

36%

Corp

2%

15%

Laboratories
10c
Associated Transport.*

Astrotherm

4%
14%
27%

19

100

94
20

2%

40

10

Spring Corp
Stationers
Supply Co
Associated Testing

6% conv nfd
Associated Truck
Lines Inc class A

Canadian

3%

37
73

1st pref
100
Associated Electric
Industries Ltd—
Amer dep rets
£1
Associated Pood

84

15

72%

49%

47%

3%

6%

49

58%

23/4
53/4

6%

Amer Viscose Corp
25
Amer Vitrified Prod._l
Amer Writing Paper
5
Amer Zinc Lead
A Smelting
l

57%
%

23/4

2.50

'

52

60%

3y4

66%
124% Arrlda Corp class A
1
Arvln Industries
2.50
5% Arway Mfg Corp
25c
Asamera Oil Corp
445
40c
333/4
34% Asbestos Corp Ltd
*
Ashland Oil A Ref—
43
44

74%

,

3

123
16
4%

v

,

_1
A

5
22% Artujid Constable
Aro Equip Corp com 2%

1%
%

_

Film

22%

1
l

2%

Color

5

Ampbenol-Borg
Electronics Corp
Amphibious Boats

_

46%

28

31
42
87

92

57%
45%

75
126 3/4

•

3%

15%
10%
18%

126

143/4 Amoskeag Co—
49%
Common
90
$4.50 preferred.
Ampco Metal Inc
22% Ampex Corp

.

8%
17%

4

25

preferred

8%
3%
3%

15

25c
10c
1

100

6%

7%
3%

40%

24

25

preferred

1%
4%

Armstrong Cork Co—

Refining—

Amer Thread 5% pfd_5
American Tobacco Co
Common
12.50

%
4

3

13

5%

233/4

14

16%
15%
47 Vb

6
..

23%

3

12

26%

41%
42%
285
305
12C
17C
a39
41

15%
15% Arkay International 10c
142% 143% Arlington Corp
5c
Armco steel Corp
10
8%
9%
Armour & Co (Del)
5
30
29%
Warrants (expire

25

Amer Stamping Co—2
American States Oil
2
Amer Steamship Co.lOO
Amer Steel Poundrles.l
Amer Sterllizer__3.33 %
American Stores
1

68%
7%
%
4%

63A

40%

Dec 31 1964)

5% preferred
American Seal-Kap

53%

•

Arkansas Valley
Industries Inc

Gobaln Corp com 7.50

6%

53

17

$3 partic pfd
Argo Oil Corp.

Arizona Fertilizer
Chemical Co

105

4

5

Processing Labs
60
100

1%

8%

5

Class A com
Arcs Industries
Arden Farms com

Arizona

51

Amer

24%
3734 Amer Service com
1
46
Class A
*
64
Amer Shipbuilding
•
6% Asur Shopping Center?
3%
Class A com
lc
Class A pfd
1
Amer Smelt A Ref—
20%
Common
•
7% preferred
100
~4% American Snuff
25
76
6% non-cum pfd.100

41

Common
10
6%
preferred
100
Amer Foods Inc
10c
Amer Furniture Co
1

115% 116

1

^Amer Seating Co

233/4
37%
45
63

96.

y

29

39

5

Construction

6%
1%
591%
75%
3%

2

Export Llnes_40e
Amer Express Co
5
American Felt Co-

•

5%

3%

Distilling Co__10
Dredging
12%
Dryer Corp
80c

Equipment Co
American Pipe A

IO1/4 American Potash A
Chemical Corp.
5%

Business

Systems Inc

Barge Line Co
3
16% Amer Cryogenics
50c
18% Amer Crystal Sugar-10
4V2% prior pfd
100
Amer Cyanamid Co
10

dep rect for

Anton-Imco Electric
Apco Mossberg Co
Apco Oil Corp

Archer-Dan-Midland
8% Arco Electronics

8

9%

%

1
173/4 Appell Petroleum
Applied Arts Corp
l
17
Applied Electronics
Corp of N J cl A_10c
20%
10c
38% Aqua filter Corp
1
60% Arcadia Metal Prods

Photocopy

9%
5ya

-

Amer Durallte
10c
Amer A Eflrd Mills—1
Amer Electronic

69

25%

Amer

Amer
Amer

American shares
Alaoma Steel Corp
•

""%

%
24%

25c
5

Amer

9%

American

22%

pfd

60

American Petroflna—
Class A common
1

81
81

80%

Amer Airlines com

Alloys Corp
8% conv pfd

20%
37%

5%
_

8%
1%

Drilling

Arcady Corp

28

1

American Meter Co
•
Amer Molasses Co
1
Amer Motors
1.66%
American News Co
•
American Optical
1

51

4%

.lc

Units
32%
34%
99
100
Apex Minerals Corp.lOe

—

27
35

American Air Filter—1

89%

Amer

6%

22%
36%

2

Research

50c

21%
35%

83

Laboratories Inc
10c
Algemenne Kunstsdjde-

30
6

66

20

Ansonla Wire A Cable 1
Ansul Chemical Co
42
$
1
383/4 Anthony Pools Inc

60c

87%

Alderson

41
38

25%

62
46

84

2.50
—*

2%
82%

preferred-. 100

113% Anschutz

66
31

25

48%

1
Alden's Inc common—I

4%%

Amer Mach A Metals.*
Amer Mfg Co
12.50
MARC Inc

27

Anheoser-Busch Inc—4
Anken Chemical A
Film Corp
20c

Anodyne, Inc..

48%
16%

5% 1st preferred—10
Ambassador Oil Corp.l
Ameche-Glno Foods
Class A common
•
Amedco Inc
lc
Amerace Corp
12%
Amerada Petroleum
•
America Corp
1

preferred

6
4

29%
3%

Amalgamated Sugar

5%

5%
3%

49%

64%

Corp.

mann

113
82

Amer

a49

Warrants
13
13% Anemostat Corp
of America.
198% 199
89%
90% Angelica Uniform.
22c
30c
Anglo American
20
Exploration Ltd.4.75
20%
Anglo Amer Oils Ltd.*
17
ley*
4
4% Anglo Ecuadorian
Oilfields Ltd
£1
16
16% Anglo Lautaro Nitrate
Class A
2.40
4%
4% Angostura-Wupper-

100

3.90% preferred

Bid

115

111

27%
3%

1

•

(Del)
30c
Amalgamat'd Leather-1

conv

28%

32%
10%

17'A

Impulse Recording
Equipment class A

26%

26%
106

Corp

3%%

Amer Mach A Fdy Co
Common
3.50

52%
10%
14%
97

Far

Anderson-Prichard
Oil Corp com
10
55%
11
4%% conv pfd
50
14
15% Andes Copper Mln
Andrea Radio Corp
100
1
l
29% Anelex Corp

28
95

Common
1
$3.75 preferred
100
Aluminum A Chemicals

Amer

Mills Ltd B ord
£1
Amer Locker Co—
Class A
l
Class B.
.20c

Stocks—

Ask

27%
93%
17%

•
10c

1
A

46%
9%
3%

3

American Commercial
Al co oil A Chemical. 1*

25c
14% Amer-Xnter Alum
62% Amer International

14
62
13

Aluminum Co of Amer

American

31

8%

Hospital Snp'ly-2
Hydrocarbon_10c

Bid

American-Marietta Co
Common
*
5% preferred
100
65
273/4 American Metal Climax
Common
1
36%
4%% preferred
100
32%
10% Amer Metal Products_2

—

26%

8%

Amer
Amer

Mfg—

Amer Boatbuilding_15c
66% American Book Co 20
72% Amer Bosch Anna
2
1% Amer Bowla-Bowla
4%
Corp
25c

5%
7%
25%

59

Far

Amer Greetings Corp—
Class A common
1
Amer Gypsum Co
1
Amer Hair A Felt
5
$6 preferred
•
Amer Hardware
12%
Amer-Hawalian SS
10
Amer Hoist A Derrick 1
Amer Home Product*_l

$1.10 cum class A_25

preferred
50
20% Amei
Beverage Corp
1
13%
20c prior pfd
1

Alan Wood Bteel—
Common

Allied Artists
Pict Corp com
1
5%% conv pfd
10
Allied Chemical Corp_9
Allied Control Co
50c
Allied Kid Co
5
Allied Maintenance 3.75
Allied Mills inc
•
Allied Paper Corp
•
Allied Petro-Prod—10c
Allied Products Oorp-5
Allied Radio Corp
1
Allied Stores Corp
•
4%
preferred
100
Allied Thermal Corp-25

Amer Aggregates
5
10% Amer
Agricul Chem—•

7%
7
12
33

Agnew-Surpass Shoe—*

Ajax

—

4
10 %

9
4

Aeronautical Elee*tr
1
Aeronca Mfg Oorp—

Air-Springs

25%

18%
2%
14%
4%
10%

2%

9%
19

8%

18%

58%

Alloys Unlimited
Allyn A Bacon Inc_50c
3% Alpha Port Cem Co—10
Alsco

21

22

5%
10

5%
9 V4

Alliance Tire A
Rubber class A_£lV?i

13%

70%

Aerojet-General

taets-Oesellschaft
Amer dep rets

Alloy Cast Steel

Acme

AddressographMultigraph Corp_2.50

Industries—

8tocks—

Ask

Bid

Allgemelne Klektricl-

Bros Stores

Aaronson

1
1

Inc

Allen

of

shares

Machines

5

AMP Ino—
common

Far

Stocks—

Allegheny Pepsi Cola
Bottling Co
50c
AIlegri-Tech Inc
50c
51
55% Allen (R C) Business

50c
•

14%
20

16
21

54%

54%

82

83

Co10
100

stock,

x

Ex-dividend.

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS

68

quotations for all securities are as of march 30, 1961.
st*«ks

Atlantic

BU

Par

-

5c
5

Research
Steel com

Atlantic
7 % preferred:

100

Atlantica del Golfo
Sugar Co
5 peso

18
118

Distributing

.e.nngb Inc.
.-.ea trice
2
Foods Co—
Common
12.80
4% * J% ■*> cv prior pfd_IOC
4%*
preferred—100

1%
3%

lp

9%

9%

1

15%

15%
28 %
107 %

isowung
a

Class
as

Mining * Dot

27

106
11

2%
7%
%
10
17%

Corp.l

Chemical Oo^
Plastics Corp—1

Aurora
Austin
*' 20

Nichols a Oo—•
pr

conv

pret_*

23

44%

49%

Products Inc
1
Inc class A—JOe
AvUdaen Tools 4s
Machines 00m..... 1

•

Avondale Mills
Avon

ellauca Corp
ell
Isle Corp
20c
,eirnont Iron Works—5
ielock Instrum't
60c
jell RR a Stock Ydt

Indpls Stock Yards

nag——28
—5
3enquet Consol
2p

6%
9%

.ciuiA

6%

Watch Oo—1
er.son
Iron Ore.
.-I
22% Ben6on-Lehner Corp—1
14% Benson Mfg Co
1
tnrus

Indust.-.1
2 % Bergstrom Paper Co5%

Class

28

90%
9%

Welt Co—*
An 11 in 4k
Soda-Pabrlk "adrs" _
Bagdad Copper Corp—•
o.tascay
Badlsehe

Belburo Oil

24 %

est

Mining Co—lD
-»

a

Oypauns

11%
1 Vb

(USA)—1

1

Basic Products Corp—1
sussett Furniture
'nrfustrlee
T—
.1

Bastian-Morley com—1

•»vi"

preferred—100
Mfg Co com—10

*

preferred—100
Corp_10
Lomb Ino—

Wfcs

10

preferred
100
Laboratories—1

J) Mktg—1
.*

Cigars

Bayvlew Oil Corp—
Common
38o
6«S. conv class A.7.50
*

y

Without

par

Ex-stock dividend.




24
8

3%
41

27%
10%

Inc—
A common

4

conv

pfd.

Inc.
>uwater Paper

-50c

Bourns

value,

1

ttrd a Son common -*
S5 preferred
100
Birdsboro Corp
4

Reproducers Ltd ads

Birtcher Corp
1
Bischoff Chemical _10c

Inc——I

Blackwell Oil a Gas—1
Jlauner's

.10
tlaw-Knox Co.
Bliss <fc Laughlln
2.50
Bliss (E W) Co com—I

11
18 Va
21%

•

Si.80 conv pfd
Bloch Brothers

Tobacco Co

12.60

11%

12%

Blyvooruitzlcht Gold

88
51 %

52%

42

42%

72%
65 Va
21%
34

75
70

20%

-

Mining Co
Bobbie
"ing

22%
34%

I

lVa

6%

8

Called

8%

27%
8 VB

10%
43%
22%
24 Va
4%
17%

11%
47%
23 %

10

16%

18 Va

20c

2Vs

Raceway

12%

50c
D) A Co_l

26
5

5%

5

80
3.50

3
25c

Brinks Inc
Bristol Brass

7%

7%

1%
32%
58
9%
15

74%
83

211
9

35%

25
100

41
83

43%

15%

15%

4

5%

18%
49%
15%
1 Vb

15%
1%

Inc

•

Airplane Co

8

Brooks

Bogue Elec Mfg—1
Bohack (H O) Co com.*
5%t
prior pfd-.100
Alum a Brass—5
Boise Cascade Corp
10
Bi" Ami Co class A
•
Class B
•
Bo"rt P tores Inc
.1

for

redemption,

5%

see

page

42%
26%

43
27

21%
31%

21%
32 %
22 %

21

2%
4%

10%

10%
17

8%

8%

10c

1
1

kLast

Class B

preferred

Brown Shoe Co
"truck Mills Ltd

Bruning

5%
5%
7%
15c
14

Common
$5 preferred
Brush Beryllium
B S F Co

Nominal,

cl B_*

3

44%

*

65%

15

Co

r

90
3 Vb

23

1%

173/4

95
59
14

17/b
17

3%
5
39
23

5%
21%
16

82%

Canadian

3%

1%
94
3%

24%

1%

20

18
21

8

10

4%

10c

36%
46 3/4
43/4

—

3y8

1

Mines

Bakeries

17%
143/4

23
7%

8%

77*

12 Yb
12%
100% 102

180

27%
3yt

.*
Ltd

29
4%

27%

1

Canada Bread Ltd
Canada Cement Co

3%

7%
7%

1

Ltd

—

7

Fastener

Campbell Soup
14% Campbell Taggart

5
14

16%
21

2
8
Campbell Chlbougamltu
6
Mines Ltd."
1
53A Campbell Machine
1
Campbell Red Lake
8%
30c

38%
47%

19%

'

Petroleum
Cameo Inc

Va

19
89

1

Gas Co Ltd

30%

4

13

Class A common

Calumet A Hecla

4%

30
28
78
2%

56

2%
1

50c
6
$4.75 pfd series A..*
7U
1% Calvan Cons Oil A

4

1
66%c
Buck Creek Oil
25c
Ruck Hills Falls..—„•
Buckeye Corp com
1

n

52

Callahan Mining——1
Cal-Tech Systems

5%

1

25%

Biological Research.l

7

14%

%
5

23%

*

California Eastern
Aviation Inc

23/4

6%

(Charles)
Corp—

%

10

Camloc

7%

12%
36

4

.

V

17

Rubber Co
A Sharpe

12
34

Liquid Gas
—1
Calif Packing Corp—5

30c
30c
10

Manufacturing Co.10
Voting Trust ctfs

sale,

34

C E I R Inc class A. 1
16% C F C Funding —10
74% C W S Waveguide—lc
85 Va Cadre Industries
5
21?. Canokla Downs Inc ...
Calaveras Land and
9%
Timber Corp
1
35% Caldata Inc—
Class A common.. 5c

Assoc

4
3%
45%
44%
46 Vs
45%
5%
5% conv pfd A
4%
10
42% Buckeye Pipe Line
42%
•
*>'•< k"**e Steel Cast.
96 % 100
•
25
24%
Rurklngham Freight
19%
19%
Lines ejass A com
I
14
i
12%
••e-Erle Co
_8
8
c,r> rom
5
7%
20%
20%
urlor preferred
•

96.

16

Calvert

Brunswick
16

13

28

65
9%

imwri

Brown
Brown

1

12% California
9
Corp

Chemical

Forman
Distillers Corp—
Class A

19

Byers (A M) Co—
47
Common
3.33%
7% 3yllesby i H M) Co
10c
58
Bymart Tlntalr com lc
1%
preferred
I
33% Bzura Chemical
25c

7

5

Allen Chem
l.rown Co
;

87

36%

11%

Proprietary Co Ltd_£l
5% Brook Labs Co
10c
10% Brooks A Perkins
1
Brown

140

pfd—50

non-cum

14%

16 Va

28

1

25

preferred

14

Hill

Common class A

38%

130

9-ft

Co———1

30
20
50

3%
23%

100

9%

Broken

2% Brothers

23/4
23%

1

Corp
9% Calif Consumers
Calif Corp for

_7VB

9%
1%

28
70

34

dep rets
ord regis—10s

Rope

65

10c

4%%

7

5

2%
18

60

27%

—2>.

Common

24

4%
22
80

2

Bush Term Bldgs
2% Business Property
Associates
27
Butler Mfg Co—
Common
12%
73
4% % 1st pfd

9%

Brltton

37 Va

1

10s

Amer deposit rets
British Petroleum Co

_

Burton Mfg Co
Bush Terminal Co

dep rets for

Corp_5t

9%
23
■

16%

Calgary A Edmonton

British Columbia
Forest Prod Ltd
•
British Columbia Oil
Lands Ltd
1
Warrants

63/4

40
37

12%c
pid

30 Va

20

Sons Inc
1
Burrus Mills Inc com. •
4%*
preferred 10o

$1.25 conv

%

30 %
9%

Burroughs (J P) A

43/4

7%
1%
28%

14%

i3.

8

Burroughs Corp

4

dep rets ord—£1
Electronics
lc
Brockway Olass
5
Broderick A B as com

14

%

suir.ham Corp com—15
B%
preferred
50

18%

79
72
85 Va

69
84

1

Biscuit

20%

Butler's Shoe Corp—

British American
Tobacco Co Ltd—

British Motors
British Oxygen

20%
77%

deposit rets

9 Va

45 Va
7
57 VB

Amer
for

13%

6

Burndy Corp

Burry

Va
2
30
14 Va

Industries

Butte rick Co com

bearer

%
1%
25

Common
1
4*
preferred
100
3 % % preferred— loo
4%% 2nd pfd
lOO
Burma Corp Ltd—
Amer dep receipts—
Burma Mines—
Amer dep rets 3s 6d
Burmah Oil Ltd —

8%

4% %
preferred
Criggs Mfg Co
Brlggs A 81 ratton
Brillhart Plastics

ord

83

6

3%
.36%

Amer

39%

6,30

5%

Co
2
Bridgeport Brass com.8

Drilling

11

16%

39

17%
11%

Amer

Brewster-Bartle

23

31

16%

6.05

25

7%

69

22%
10%

5

(Pa).

3
41

a

24%
26%

Branson Instruments-!
Breeze
Corp—
1

4 %

2

.

7%
60

25%

18%

1%

36

5%

Am

1

Inc

Blossman Hydratane
Oas
Inc
1
'Vup
Bell Inc
■■
6
"ivmenthal
(Sidney) _1

2
30

6

5%

9

7%
60

Inc common—1
Braniff Airways
2%

17

27c

Horn-Powder

19%

5%

Assn

Brenco Corp
Brew (Rich

303/4

Burnell & Co Inc... 25c

Jowi-Mor Co Inc
10c
Bowman
Products
•
Bowmar Instrument
*
oaser Inc Co com—1
il 20 preferred
25

Brandy wine

2 Vb
16%

i7y8
11 Vb

28% Burlington

Corp—

boyertown Burial
Casket Co—
Brad Foote Gear
Works Inc

Ltd

27%

18%

-50
Boston Wharf CO—80
jotany Industries
1
tourbon Stock Yards.*
Jourjois Inc.,, ,
■
■■ .1
7%

16 y4

6

Dredging

19
16

A Gravel

Boston Sand
Common

Ask

2

39%
19% Burger Brewing
•
16% Burgess Vibrocraiters J

Herald-

Boston

Brillo Manufacturlng-1
—5
44 5 s
Corp
10
Bristol Dynamics___lc
46 Vb
46
Bristol-Myers com
i
145
144
3%%
preferred
100
2% Brltalta Petroleums—1
1%
Brtrish Aluminum Ltd
Amer deposit rets
6%
6%
4% British-Amer Oil Ltd.*
4%
2%
44%

2iV

22c

4%%

Big

Biophysical Electron 10c

12%
10%

19%

12V4
26%

75%

Procedures

2%
24%

23%
11%

20
24 Va
17 Va

19

Biochemical

47%

47
2 Vb

5%

5%

15

Bishop a Babcock
4%
Manufacturing Co _•
41% 'lfck-Clawson Co
-•
28% Black & Decker Mfg 80®
11 VB
Black Slvalls a

Va
18 Vb
20%

(A

15
23
7

74

I Billups Western
Petroleum Co

178
17%
68%

67%

Atomics Inc—lOe

riavless

7%

14%

Birmingham Sound

10%
1%

saxter

43
79

100

,

1-ft

8
170
16%

1

Furnlture.l

preferred—100
River Corp
....100
: Billups Eastern
| Petroleum Co
I

f
1

5%
12 %

barton s Candy Corp.l
daruch-Foster Corp 60*

• ■v

71%
64%
1%

69%
63%
1 VB
7%

Bigelow-Sanford Ino—
Common
-8

10
5
23 Va

5

BemweU OffshoreBarry Wright Corp
1
Bartell
Broadcastlng-1

!>on

17%

1%

Brvson

"Ruth

34 y8
18

31

Supermarkets Inc 10c

54%
19%
4%

21 %

t%
1

—40*

Corp

5
100
Corp. ... I

Biederman
Big Apple

14

9%
4%

«

1

Bevis Shell Homes—50c
1962 warrants
1964 warrants
Bibb Mfg Co
12.80

18%
5%

4%

lo

Engineering.

-Rausch 4t
Oummon

16

13%
U
14%

37%

nii'iieni Steel
Common
7%
preferred

Baltimore

Sates
4WJ-

42%
78%
39%

—5

deposits rets—
16% Bowling & Construct'n
13%
Class A common
1
u Bowling Corp of
15%
America
..—10c

36%

Bestwall

9%

53
18 Va

Rubber——1

■j

60%
93 Va
14%

61
95
15 Vb

1
Co——1

.it-1

35C

13%

Corp—13
8

Piano

Inc

12%

61%

-?e Btckford's Inc—1

5%

Baldwin-Ltona-

oaalc
taslc

12

28

Containers Corp

18 Va

9
20c
18

Baidwln-Khret-HUl —1

Barnes

15%

26 Va

3est Plastic

8
26

jBc
17%

(Cal)-l
Baker Industries lne_l
Baser Oil Tools
1

Bargain City

13 VB
23
16

57%

Limestone
& Cement Co

Bettinger

se, Oae Ltd Ol
BAira-ASoa—
Baser Brothers

Bercnlo Mfg
KarChrlS Const
K>rden Corp

12
22

50c

Corp

Beryllium

91 %
10 %

7

1

Bessemer

15
9%
7VB
43 %
32
31

42%
31

Electronic!—1

Paint a
chemical Corp
BOe
Warrants
«)%* co.iv 1st pfd
Banco de los Andes
American shi
Bancroft (J) a 9oos_4
Banff Oil Ltd
80c
Bond a Mtge
Guaranty Co of Am_*
Baulife Corp
—
i
Sa-ber-Greene Co.— I
Barber Oil Corp—IP

.mstiicn

iltu

Buiova Watch Co
8
Bui.iter H1U Co
2.50
bunie Bros Chase
Candy common 1
5% conv pfd A
20

27/B

65%

7%

24%

kshlre

•••i

Berman

9Vs

Wilcox——»

Baldwin Securities

2%

Manufacturing-**

Boss

30%

65%

Chemical Co 1.80

Borne

7%

ord.

Food Stores—a

borman

Class

Leasing Co—1

Berkshire Frocks

4%

Baldwin

63%

Hathaway—*

35%
23

3%
14%,

Bamilton

61%

23%
16%
11%

Inc—.—1

Berkey Photo

Industrie

B/Q Poods Inc
BfU Engineering. 10e
Babbitt (B T) Inc
1

1

common

A

15

55VB
20%

Baldwin

x>ro»

iendix Corporation

21

54 Va
20%

..

139%
19 V.

12 Va
84
140%
19%

changed to

Name

Ayrshire Coil's Corp—3
Oil & Gas
1

Aztec

Inc—-■

*
Corp.l
1

Jell Electronics
•je U Intercontin

95

Balcrank

1

7

21%

1
Products Inc_2.50

Balatoc

•

preferred—100

Malleable

1
Industrial Corp_3
Avnet Electronics
5c

Bailey

12 Vb
83

12%

-7.50

preferred

Far

Buell Die A Mach——1
Buffalo-Eclipse —
l
Bullaio Forge Co
1
Builard Co
10
Bullock's Inc com
5
4v»
preierred
loo
Bulolo Gold

19% outs-Warner Corp—
Common

29%

34%
13%

Ltd

19%
85

Benton Harbor

Inc

Babcock

1
—1

%1

(Holdings;
Am dep rets del
Borden Company
cjorax

98%
11 %

6%

Co

6%

1%
5%
14%
35

Avien

Babcock 4s

Mfg

Common

52%

21%
14 %

BBC

Va

Leasing Corp.*

BootQe

Iraveler Corp———•

elding Hemlnway Co.l
'elknap Hardware a
Mfg Co
•

18%

..I

pfd

hien

>ell Company

18%

207/s

prior

Group Ltd—
deposit rets

Belco Petroleum

11%

10%

Automat'n Lab Inc_10c
auto tioler Co
1

5%

62%
320

13%
11%
6%

Amer

6%
6%
5%
8%
6%

Avis
Avis

Amer

45

Steel

Corporation
Adhesive

deecham

j

Products Inc com—1
JOc non-vot pfd
1
Automation Indus——X

Avery

1

4% %
preferred 100
■eckman Instruments-1
Beech Aircraft Corp.l
•eech Nut-Life
10
Savers Inc

9%

8%

Corp
12 %c
Automatic Radio
Mfg Oo Inc... ......1
Automatic Retailers of
America Inc
50c

A vco

62
290
96

34

Warrants

54
4

ieil & Howell Co—

Automatic Cafeterias
for Industry, Inc._10o
A'.tomatlc Canteen Oo
it America
2.80
Automatic Concessions

Automatic

Inc——1.26
55% Boonshaft A Fucha.35c
4 VB Boonton Electronics 10c

3%%

Corp common

18%
23%

Book of the Month
.tub

Shoe

(A Si

33%
2%
7%
1%
10%

23%
6
10
33

h dhia

beck

2.50
1

Counselors

jeauty

36 %

Stocks—

Par

Stocks—

34%

10%

1

12
4%
24%
8
11

4%

Audio-Dynamics Corp.l
a

Mills

jeauuit

.20
$1.25 conv pfd
A ac Powder
Atlas Press Co.
A iuh Sewing Centera-1
A 1 iH s Steels Ltd——•
f
as
Tack Corp.....-*
Atlee Corp
•
.o
Devices Ino
10e
.Audlon-Kmenee

Brummel Ties

JeuU

Atlas General Indus
Common

Par

BBM Photocopy Mrg.5e
beam (James B>

56 %

Centers
10a
Consolidated

Aim*

*

Stocks—

55 %
17 %
112

2i>

26

30
28

5

10

12

1.66%

*

Common

$1.30 preference

.

Canada Dry Bottling
Co of Florida

33% Canada Dry Corp—

26

26%

*

863/4

89

Canada Southern
Petroleum Ltd vtc..l
47%
Canadian R>-ewrrip«. •
653/4 Canadian Chemical
.*
Cdn Delhi Oil Ltd
I Or
•
62% Cdn Dredee A Dock
14% Canadian Export

48%
63/4
4%

3%
48%
7Vb
4%

15

22

30
79
3%

Common

$4.25 conv pfd

3

—

1.70

Oil A Gas.
18 %r
Canadian
Homestead
Oils Ltd....
10c
3%
6
Canadian Husky Oil—1
2VB

1-Ar
3.30

3.50

7

15%
133/4

•

value,

7 Vb

.

Gas Ltd
2.50
6 Vb ,Cdn
Industries Ltd..*
22
Canadian Javelin Ltd •
16 Vs i^qri»irtlan Northwest
r rrf
*
85

dollar

l-3-

6%

Warrants
39%
26% Canadian Industrial
.

1.80

t New stock,

15c

x

7 Vb
16

13%
20c

Ex-dividend.

Blocks—

Bid

Par

11%

preferred
if
Canadian superior
Oil of Calif Ltd.
Canadian Wllllxton
Minerals
6c
Canal Assets Inc—10c
Canal-Randolph
1
Canaveral Int'l Corp_l

Class B

15 Vi

H
35

12%

-1%
Plug Co.
11% Champlln Oil 4
Refining Co
—1
16% Jhance (A B) A Co 5
Chance Vought Corp_l
% cnurles Town Racing
Assn
—10c
36
Charter Oil Co Ltd
1
13

i

4%
35%

•

80

eg

-

70

76%

Cannon Shoe Co
Capehart Corp

5%

l

Y.)
.
50c
Capital Airlines Inc 1

7 Y*
a8

Capital City Producta.5
Capital Cities Broad¬
casting Corp
l

23%

24

15%

4M»%

15%

Carborundum

Oo

8c

3

Kennedy Inc
j
Carey (Philip ) Mfg—10

5%
33

Carhart Photo Inc—
Class A pfd
10c
Carlbe Stores Inc
OOe
Caribou Mining Oo.lOe

Corp

9Ya

56%

lOe

Carlisle

8%
40c
4c

14%
5%

Carnaco Equlpment.lOe
Carnation Co
5.50

3%
90 %

Carolina Metal Prod__l

7y8

_•

Carolina Pacific
Plywood Inc
•
Carpenter (L B) * OO-l
Carpenter Paper CO—1
Carpenter Steel
5

3

8%

51%

3a Od

39%
45%
2%

4%%
Oarrtone Labs__
10c
Carson Pirle Scott St Co

83

preferred—100

Carter

(J W) Co—1
Carter Products T"«
I
Carthage Marble TtC.1
Carwln Co

Cary

Casa International—10a
Cascades Plywood—1
Casco Products—*
Case (J I) Co com.13%
7%
preferred
100
6%% 2nd pref
1
Case Pomeroy
Caspers Tin Plate
1

Corp

100

5%

nl%
14%
47
7

5%

•

34%
91%
17%
28%

100
Cavltron Corp
10c
Ceco Steel Producta.10
Cedar Point Field
Trust ctfs of ben lnt
Celanese Corp—
Common
*
7% 2nd pfd
100
4%% conv pfd A.100
Celotex Corp—
Common
—1
3%
preferred
30
Cenco Instruments
1
Central Agulrre

Sugar Co

4%

122%
83%
28%
18%
73

g

24%

Central Charge Ser.10c
Central Coal A Coke
1
Central Cold Storage 30
Central Foundry
l
Central Hadley Corp
1

24

Cent Midland Coal_20c
Central Soya Co Inc
•
Central Steel A Wlre_5

460
31
n69

33%
39
24

1%

Transfonner.l
Violetta

Sugar Co (SA)_0.50
Central Wisconsin
Motor Transport

Century

9%
60

Chicago Molded Prod-1
Chicago Musical
52%

1

Electric

Tool

40%
45%
3%

Chic

Ry Equlpment-25
Chicago Rivet *
Machine Co
2
Chicago Yellow Cab •
Chick as ha Cotton 011_5

10

—1

preferred
53
Century Geophysical 1
Century Industries
•
Century Natural Gaa
5%

Oil Corp
Cerametal Indus
Certain-teed Prod
A

50c
30e
1

Corporation
5
Certified XadWtrtM—
;
Class *
*
Cerro

Cessna Aircraft
1
Cetron Electronic
1
Chad bourn -Gotham—1
Warrants
4 Mi % con* pfd
50

5% conv pref erred JO
6%
preferred
50
Chain Belt Co—10

Cbambersburg
Engineering

Co—10

Chamberlain Co
of Amer (Del)

preferred
Champion Paper St
5%

3.50
„35

Fibre common
54.50 preferred
•

y

Without

par

Ex-stock dividend.

15
48
7%




5%
30

1

11%
21%
1
2
42

37%

n7%
34%
12%
5%

1A

10

5% Clopay Corp
1
-50c
Cloud 9 Corp.
7% Club Aluminum Prod.*
8% Cluett Peabody com
•

5%

Corp

100

pfd-100
30c

Coastal Caribbean
Oils Inc.
21%

-10c

Coastal Ship Corp—.!
1% Coastal States Oas
2%
Producing Co —I
42% Coca-Cola Bottling of
Cincinnati ——•
38

8%
35

13%
5%

1A

30
11

33
13

28

1
1

Coca-Cola Bottllnf
Plants (Port'd) Me_*
Coca-Cola Co
•
Coca-Cola Internat'l—•

36

55

*

Los Angeles
New York
St Louis

55%

16

Cockshutt

Colgate-Palmolive Co—
33%

•

91

91%

a

Called

for

Common
—.1
$3.50 preferred
•

redemption,

see

17% Cont'l Enterprises
Continental Gin

50

45

page

~4%

Continental
Name changed

5%
—

9%

7%

7
44

lui
*
Industries

-

to

Cont'l Materials
luc
Continental Motors—i

21%

23%

Continental Motor

14%
21%

15%

1%
16%
4%
3%
5%
10

Columbia Broadcasting
System Inc—
2.50

Columbia
11 %
14%

Cellulose. —*

Columbia Pictures
Common

11%
14%

$4.25

62%

7%
3%

Warrants

4%

4

5

37%
5%
32%
72

preferred-

Columbia Technical. 10c
•
62% Columbian Carbon

Columbus Electronics
Corp class A com.lOc
Colwell (The) Co
1
Combined Locks Paper
30%
Class A
1
Combustion
13

12%
24%
7%
37

32

24%
23

14%

Engineering Inc

25

1

1

8% Comlnol Industries _10c
Commerce Drug Co_50c
5
39% Commercial Metals
Commercial Shearing
and Stamping—
l
34
Commercial Solvents. 1
Commonwealth Oil lc
Commonwealth Oil
25

6%
58

6%

1

2%

3%

59%
13%
8%
20%
40%
12%
17%
14%

11%

Computer Systems _10c
Computer Usage
25c

18

24%

28
15

10c

Network

Pub

89

13

2o

4% preferred

Trans¬
portation Co

Cones toga

7
25c

1

Common
$5 pfd ('53

series) _•
23% Consolidated Circult.lc
Consol Dearborn
1
27
Consolidated Diesel
Electric Corp
10c
49%
Consol Dry Goods
•
90
7*
preferred
100

_9

42% Consol Laundries.

24

3%
%
4%
67%

Consol Frelghtways.2%

26
3%
1%

97

19%

1%

1%

17

20

75

76

5

Smelting Co of Can.*
Consolidated New
Pacific Ltd
1
Consol Oil A Gaa—20c
Consol Paper Oorp
of Canada Ltd
*
Consol Rendering—6.25
Consolidated Rock
Products Co
5
Consol Royalty Oil
•
Consol Sun Ray Inc
Common
1

20

preferred

5%

Consolidation Coal
1
24% Construction Products
Corp class A
1
11
37

24%
10

Consultants

7%

88%

America common _5

15
11

1.25
15% Cont'l Air Lines
Continental Aviation A
14
Engineering Corp—I

100

preferred

Continental
$5.50
35

36

35%
75%

36
76

k Last

5

preferred

•

Continental Boat—10c
■ continental
Can Co—
I
Common
10
I
$3.75 preferred
•

sale,

n

Nominal,

9%

10 Ya
100
2%
3%
32
32%
22

3%
18%

48%

3%

5.0

92%
37%

49
95

2%
28%

print

—

3%%

of 1947)
Products

7%

40%
40%
9

23%

23

2A
3

44%
18%

17%
7%
2%
15

43%
34%
3
19

27%
93%
8%

11%

Inc

r

38

81%

Canadian

190

15%
36%
19

2

2%

7%
9%

16%
16%
10c

17%
17 y2
15c

16%

18%

a3%

*

4Vt

10

90

95

10%

10%

183

185

85

87

89

91
87

86%
14%

14%

17%
19%

17

1

19%
18

1

19

l

Distributing cl A_10c

11%
7%
16%
6Ya

12%

5%

511

11%
19%
8%
31%

12%
21%

Oott

Beverage

i.5o

1
international—1
Inc

7% Ooortaulds Ltd

()

Ordinary

Cove Vitamin A Pharm
Common
50c

Units
i
Warrants
9% Cowlee Chemical Co—1
23% Cracker Barrel

41%
40%

i

23% Cradd'k Terry Shoe—1
Craft Glas Pools.
5c
2%

37%

6%
23%
6%

Coty
Coty
60
120

96%

7%
9

Coed en Petroleum
1
Cosmos Industries—10c
49% Cosnat Recording

1

Craig Systems

1
3% Dramer Controls
Cramp ton Mfg com—1
45
Warrants
19
S% conv pfd
10
Crane Carrier
19%
Industries Inc
50r
8% Crane Co common
25
3%* preferred
100
1
2% Crawford Corp
Cream of Wheat
2
Creole Petroleum
5
45
Crescent Niagara
10c
35% Creeoent Petroleum
Corp common
1
3%
B* conv preferred 25
Creeoent Spinning
—
20
Creason Consolidated
Gold Mln A Mill
i
27% Croft Carpet Mills. 10c

5

nl8%
%
17%
32%

<

6%
23%
6%

8

16%
6%

9%
32%

5%

~~%
19%

2%

34%
2%

%
9%

10

2

%

61%

2%
62%

75

76

12%
46%
35%

47 Ya
36

13%

sy4

21%
27%

21%
27%

nl50

n%
4%

%
4%

94% Crompton A Knowles •
8% Crosby-Tele tronics _25c
CO
5
12
Crossett Co elan A
5

32
6%
20%
42

35
7
22
44

Crease-Hinds Co—1%
Crowell-Collier
Publishing Co
l

23%

25%

47%
7 Ya
8%

48

12%

13%

53
52%
106% 107
2

36%
18%

12

•

50
110

170
15%

100
(Del). l
5

Oorroon A Reynolds
Corp common

9%
6y2

90

preferred—100
Pfd (series

01 pfd series A
4% Corson (G A W H)

3%

99

6

Corning Glass Works—
Common
5

7

100

39 y2
8%

9%

Cory Corp

11%

8%

Common
—_l
Warrants
Coosa River News¬

4%
3%

—

97

Cordillera Mining—5c
10
Cormac
Chemical _lc
25
Photocopy.lOc
25% Cormac
% Cornell-Dublier
Electric Corp com—1
19%
$5.25 pfd ser A
*
14%
Cornet Stores
2
17

-2%
6%

49

39%
•

6%*
preferred—100
Cooper Tire A Rubber

Class B

4%
6%

15%

62

Common
5
50c
17% Copymatlon Inc
Ooral Ridge Properties
Class A eommon.lOc
2%
0Oo conv pfd
8
3%
Units
19%
12% Oorby (H) Distillery—
Class A
*
3%

10%
3%
19%

22%

14%

15

Baking—

Common

36

96.

10

Bureau

Enterprises cl A—10c
89% Container Corp of
9%

1375

13%

8%
10%

8%
45%
3%

98

Superm'kets, Inc. 10c

Consol Water Power
A Paper Co
12.50

105
35

14%
16%

4% Cons Mining A

5%
68%
134% 135%
91
18

%
19%

Systems class A—10c
Consolidated Cigar—

47%

3%

24

4

7

Consol Electronics
Industries Corp
5
64%
Consol Foods Corp—1%
50

8%
63%

8%
24

17%
1
14%
12% Consolidated Airborne

A

48%

3

Conrad-Carson
Electronics Inc

10%

23

1

10

•
45% Congoleum-Nalra
51% Conlon-Moore Corp—1
5
60% Conn (C O) Ltd
13% Connelly Containers—
Common
50c
8%
40c preferred
1
20%
41 %! Ccnnohlo Co Inc com.l
40c conv pfd
10
13%

A

23%

12%

50c

Class A

10%
6%
20c

19

Computer Equipment _*
44% Computer Services

45%,

51

1A

29

55

44%
2%

Copeland Refriger'n.. 1
26% Ooplay Cement Mfg-20
6%
preferred
100
1%
Copper Range Co
5
8A Copperweld Steel Co—

17%

28% Comptometer Corp—1
25c
6% CompuDyne Corp

Concert

14%

14%
26%

10c

Compression Indus

21

45%

26%

1

America

47

45
19

26%
3%
7%
10%

*

37
57%

57%
7%

Cooper-Bessemer
o
Cooper-Jarrett Inc
1
Cooper (Peter) Corps—

23

14%
II
10%

34

23%
7
7% Continental Steel
10c
4% Continental Tob
Continental Transport
Lines Inc
l
37%
5% Control Data Corp.Suc
Control Electronlcs.lOc
32% Controls Co of Amer—5
Cook Coffee Co
1
73
Cook Electric Co
1
7%
58% Cook Paint A Vara is..
Common
20
$3 prior pfd A
60
7

22

Components Corp of

1%

14%
%
10 %

Coach Lines Inc
i
Continental Oil Co
o
Continental Screw Co.i

21

8A

vtc

Continental Vending
Machine Corp
10c
19%

19

2c

Refining Co Inc
23%
14% Compo Shoe Mach

4%

•

Cohen (Dan) Co
•
Cohu Electronics
—1
Coleman (The) Co Inc
4V*% preferred—50
8% Cole National Co—
Class A com
90c
25

33

16%

47

—

8%
19%

18

18%
46%

Farm

Equipment Ltd

17%
32

39%

20

10% Clinton Engines Corp_l

35
13 Ya

5%

preferred
2o
Continental Electric
Equipment Corp
•
5%

50

Cone Mills Corp com

123% Claussner Hosiery—.10
84% Clayton Corp
lc
Clayton A Lambert
4
28% Clayton Mark A Co_J
18% Clayton Silv Mines-10c
Cletrac Corp
74
1
Cleve Builders Supply.*
24% Cleve-Cllffs Iron Co—
26
Common
—1
4% %
35%
preferred 100
Cleve Quarries Co
41
•
5
24% Cleve Trencher Co
1% Clevite Corp
—.1

conv

4%

2.50

32%

Common
5
5%% pfd ser B
50
2% Colorado Milling A
Elevator Co
l
17%
4% Colorado Oil a
3%
jOas Corp com
3
$125 conv pfd
25
5%
25c
10% Colohte Plastics

| Conde Nast

Machine
Co
10
Cine Union Stock Yds.*
Cinerama Inc
—lc
6%
Circuit Foil Corp
25c
Cltiea Service Co
10
34% City Products Corp
•
92% City Stores Co
a
Clark Cable Corp
19%
10c
1
29% Clark Controller Co
Clark Equipment
10
1
4% Clark Oil A Ref
Clarostat Mfg Co
1

preferred

21 y4

111

Cincinnati Milling

2nd

9%
20 Ya

Cont'l Connector—

1%

23%

•
Enquirer
10
Cine Mdse Warehse.25

7%
4%
Clute

23%

pfd

3%

30%
28%
6%
28%
44%
50
17%

Corp

23%

conv

Color-Craft Prod
1
6% Colorado Fuel A Iron

Cine

5%
2%

Class A
out.
24%
% Continental Copper A
Steel In dust com.2
33%

60c

~3%

Churchill Downs Inc

•

value,

1

Chile Copper Co
25
Chilton Co
10
Chock Full O'Nuts
25c
Christiana Oil Corp
1

Chromalloy Corp
10c
25
12% Chrysler Corp
82% Church A Dwlght Co."
4%

22%
%

Common

3%
5%

Common

Mining Co

Century Pood Market#
Common

—

Chief Consolidated

Clipper Belt Lacer
6%
8Y*

77

33%

Co_

Clifton Mfg
3iy4 Clifton Precision
Products Co
73

5

1

Co

490

10%

Common
4*
preferred
5*
preferred

26 %
28 %

Chicago Pneumatic

H

7%

.

8%
25%
27%

Inc.

Instrument

lu

37%

Airways Inc.
Chic Mill A Lumber.10

37% Clary

37

60c

Chicago Helicopter

no

Caterpillar Tractor-

Central

7%

oy8
2%
30%

12
81
4%

t

Common
4.20% preferred

Industries

6
53
25
20%

O
tt — —

Castle (A M) Co
10
Castle A Cooke
in
Catalln Corp of Am
1
Catalyst Research 32c

Central

92

8%
1%
29%

10a

42%

Chesapeake Corp
of Virginia
Chicago Aerial

3%

5%

46 %

Collyer insulated
Wire Co
•
10c
42% Colonial Aircraft
Colonial Corp of Amer l
Colonial Sand A
70c
Stone Co
1
1%
9% Colonial Stores—

71

2

I

46%

19

41

Chesebrough-Pond's

23
20

a

Chemicals

Cassco

50c
7c
15
6

28%

28% Cont'l Commercial—

28

18%

BM

Par

Ask

l

Common

27 %

Bid

•

Collins A Aikman
48% Collins Radio Co-

48

Cherry-Burrell Corp 5
4%
preferred
100

8%

—r

5%
52%

1

Corp

Par

Ask

Bid

Chemtronic Corp
10c
Cheney Blgelow Wire
Works
•
Cher-O-Kee Photofinishers class A.40C

5%

A

—10
preferred
50

4%%

57%
3%

3%

57

preferred—100

Chem way

33%

Carlon Products.

Carreras Ltd—
ADRs b ord
Carrier Corp com

8%

4c

f

Industries
Carey Baxter A

Carco

7%

8

ftOe

Products

Capitol-Seaboard Corp 1

com.1

Chemez Indus trie#J5c
Chemical Contour
•
Chem Enterprises
25c
Chemical Milling
International Corp.l
Chemical Products
1
Chemlrad Corp
10c
Chemoll Industries
1
Chemsol Inc
50c

7%

(N.

1
1.35

Chart-Pak Inc
Checker Motors
Chemetron Corp

38 %
82

Cannon Electric
Cannon Mills com

Par

Stocks

Ask

Champion 8park

Canadian Petroflna Ltd
•% non-cum part

Capitol

69

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 30, 1961.

April, 1961

2%

Crowley
j Crowley'sMllner A Co.i
Milk
10

38% Crown Aluminum
Industries Corp
82%

dollar

value,

_25c

t New stock.

7%

sy4

x-Ex-dividend.

70

INDUSTRIAL, AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 30,

BtMb-

Par

Bid

Ask

Crown

Central
Petroleum (Md)
8
Crown Cork Int A
•
Crown Cork & Seal—
Common
—2.80
$2 preferred
•

Crown

Drug Co

Crown

Photo Inc
Self-Servloe

Crown
B tores

72%

40%

41

41/4
277a

4%
28%

Unite

5 V*

warrant

1981

6 7.%

y2

pfd

conv

Cryogenic*
Engineering

100

117.
47a

77a
17 7.
12%
18 7a
217a

Common

Preaa

17%
47a

$

Stores Inc_.
Curtis Cos inc.

2.50
8

327.
77a
9y2

Manufacturing
A common

4

10%

Curtis Publish com—1
$4 prior preferred—*
$1.60 prior pfd
—•
Curtlss Wright Corp—1
$2 eonr ctaaa *
*

10 y8
50

167a
197a
34

Custom Craft
Marine Co Inc
2 So
Cutler Hammer Inc- 10
Cutter Laboratories—
Class A common—1
Class B oommon—1

Cyprus Mines Corp

14%

2%
13

10c

Dana Corp common
1
3%% pref ser A_10$
Danly Machine
Special! ties Ttw.
y

2c

2%
15
16
37 y2
87

127B

Darling (L A)

10

Daryl Industries,

57B

80e

Dashew Business
Machftaee

10c

Data-Control
Systems

30

5 95.

conv

Davidson
Dev

pfd

„

^ gg

Brothers—J

Mines

Inc—_10e

Dayco Corp com—__BOo
$2 class A___

m

Daystrom Inc
Dayton Aviation Radio
& Equipment
50c
Dayton Mall Iron■ ..*
De Barrieleben
Coal—1
Dn Beers Cons
Mlnea—

neff-rred registered—
Deferred bearer
DeLaval Steam Turk—•
,.

De Vllbiss
Decca

Co——15

Records—B0$

Dechert

Dynamics—10o

Deere & Co.
Df'av

(Del)——1

Stores Inc
SOt
Defense Electronlca_10

Racing

.

10c
Delhl-Tavlor Ofl
1
Dfcha Air Lines
too—8

Delta
Electric—'T.00
Delta on of Utah
10a
Del town Foods Inc
1

Denab Laboratories
50c
Dennlson Mfg—Class A
6% debentures
Dentist's Supply
r o

nt

5

10$

tjpw

1%
137a
120

t New

stock,




x

vaiuc.

Corp

167b
7%
45
36

8%

81%
18 y8
27

Diversey Corp
Diversified

Oil

2774
21%
46%
5

275

4074

Dome Mines Ltd
Dome Petrol Ltd

10
—

23

872
57s

367b
1472
19%
77b

18
33
27

1%
14

Amer

7B
56%
4

17a
1
2
20 Vs

9U

117a

•

177a

•

11%

2.50

53

dep rets

574
14 7B
377a
40

1

10%
574

Warrants

6% pfd A ww
50
Douglas Aircraft Co
•

49

357.
774
57a

2

Douglas Mlcrowave_10c
197B Douglas Oil Co of

5

83/4

93/4 Drayton Mills—

Draper Corp
Dravo

Corp

Dresdner

1.000

14%
14%
40%
8
20c

33 V*
150

12c
+

25c
15
1%
34
155

15c

y

j

1
•

16 y4
74
58

•

34
51
104

1

Bank—

92

267B
34%
117a
367a

Drexel Enterprises-2.50
Drilling and
Exploration Co Inc_l
Driver-Harris Co
I

Drug Fair-Community
Drug Co class A
1
DuBols Chemicals

$3.50 preferred
cauea

at

Ex-stock dividend.

i

•

preference
Dynex Inc

243/4

2%

2
25c

Brewing Co

ESC Electronics
217e E Z Paintr Corp

1
10c

28

37

37B
874
1374
■

25%
37B
21

19%

27a
1%
2%

Common

18 Va
26
15
20
20

10

—

$3.60 preferred

50
1
1

Eaton

Mfg Co
9% Echlln Mfg

2174

Economics

Labor*tory_l

12% Economy

Auto Sts—1
5
17% Edgcomb Steel Co
(Pennsylvania)
5
1274
Edgcomb Steel of
New England cl A—5
567a
Edgerton Germeshausen
Ecuadorian Corp Ltd

57s

& Grler Inc

1

•
157. Edgewater Steel Co
1
3874 Edison Bros Stores
4 A%
preferred—100
44
Edlund Engineered
10 7a
Products Inc
lc
1
507a Edo Corporation
3534 Edwards Engineerlng-1
Edwards Industrles_50c
8
*
57B Eichler Homes
•

McCullough^

1

10% Ekco Products (Del)
Common
—2.50
4%% preferred
100
167a
-

Elastic

Stop Nut

Corp of America
1
7434
597a Elaterlte Basin
Uranium
2.50
34%
Elco Corp
52
25c
Elder Mines and
Developments Ltd J
Eldon Industries
93
.1
277a Electrada Corp
1
35% Electric & Musical
Industries Ltd—
127a
American shares
3774
Electric Auto-Lite
$
18% Electric City Supply—
Class A
25c
277a
Electric Hose <& Rub_10
15 7a Elec Storage Battery.lO

5
1

210

Specialties

20c

1027a 102 3/4 Electro-Mechanical
81
803/4
Systems Inc
12%c
a

77a

77b

974

974

11
447a
377a

45
38 7a

22
32

36

233/4

247a

57a

67.

1274 Electronic Accounting
Card Corp
1
3ft

Called for

Electronic As'tance_10c
Electronic Assoclates-1
Electronic Communica¬

417b

tions common
1
6% conv pfd
22%
10
8% Electronic Engineering
35c
Co of Calif
1
177a Electronic Medical
474
Systems Inc
_50c
Electronic Research
67b
Associates ol A
10c
31% Electronic 8pecialty_50c
3574 Electronic Tube
I
Electronics Corp
of America
1
227a Electronics Funding 10c
43

53

Corp

10c

474 Electrovialon Corp
•
2674 Elgin Nat'l Watch
5
3
Ellon Instruments
50c
Elk Horn Coal Corp.*
11 7b Elliott Automation—
Amer deposit rots
257a
113/4 Elox Corp
1
174 El-Tronics Inc
;
•
874 Emerson Elec Mfg
2

85
19c

Emery Industries
•
Mfg Co
7.50
Empire National Corp 1
Empire Petroleum— 1
Emhart

9%
578

20

137a
27a

137b
2%

9%

9%

27a
-274
127a
237a
15%

23/4
27a

53a

37b

13
25

1774
474
9%

33/4
9

67a
757.

7%
76

131

145/b
35
136

28

1
•

100
10c
Industriei_l

Ennis Business
Forms Inc
Entron Inc

343/4

26
13
37B
247a

4%
preferred
Enflo Corp

Engelhard

14%

793/4
237a
7b

1

10

167b

75
237b
%
153/4
25%
78
1%
217b

25

57b

22%

Emerson Radio 6c

277. Empire State Oil
57b

117a

167a
1974
37a

Electronics, Missiles 6s
347s
Communications
10c
207a Electronlzed Chemicals

7

2.50

.

17

253/4
783/4
17B
22

21

38
86%
227a

22%

Epps Industries
Epsco Inc

237a

Equity Oil Co

10c

1774

2674
19%

%

74

433/4

Erdman Smock Hosley
<Se Reed A com
10c
447. Ericsson (L M)

474
147a

Telephone "B" shs
167a Erie Forge 6c Steel

37s
21

277.

10c

5

37B
22

4VB

33%

Common
1
6% conv 1st pfd
10
Erie Resistor Corp—
Common
2.50
90c conv pref
12.50

27% Erlanger Mills
Ero Mfg Co
1747b Erwln Mills Inc

14%

34

4%
77a

5
8

17%

1874

20

22

•
1
10

15%
11%

12

Espey Mfg & Electron_l
1
1127a 11374 Esquire Inc

19%
22%

197s
227e

10c

5Va

1

5%
113/4

178
165

967a
37
42

357a
874

1847b

Esquire Radio <fc
98
Electronics Inc
37%'
43 % Essex Universal

~97a

974

11

1974

20
73/4

36 y2

437a

397b
45 7a

82

84

853/4

867a

37a
357s
6

53/4
9

37b

Estey Corp

1

Ets-Hokln & Galvan
Eureka Corp Ltd

1

15

1
Eureka Pipe Line
10
Evans Products
5
Evans Rule Co
1
Eversharp Inc com
1
5%
preferred
20
Ex-Cell-O Corp
3
Exchange Buffet
2%
Executone Inc
1
Exolon Company
•
Exquisite Form
Industries Inc
10c

357b Extrndo-PUm Corp-10c
67a F R (The) Corp
50c
6% F X R Inc
I
Faber

10

Coe

6s

Gregg

•

93
27

277a

407a

Fairbanks
Fairbanks

4c

137a

157s

17.
30
18

7

617a

%
317a
64
23
32

3
24

1ft
30%

193/b
77a
613/4

%
33
65

conv

ft

1674
ft

14%

14%

al7

19

12

127a

3574
1874
38%
%

36 y4

19

327a

57b
27a
13

267a
57

1974
39

7s
20
34

6
37b
1374
29%
—

97a

10

52%
537a
5%

•

53%
567a
67a

32 y2

34

1

Co
Morse

Common

$1.60

"97.

974

11 7B
26

12
26%

Fairbanks Whitney—
lc

9

10%
7a

18% Fabrex Corp
1
Factor (Max) & Co—
Class A
1
40%
Fafnlr Bearing Co
10
96

187s

Electro-Mechanical
209

Industries Inc
10c
267a
26% Electronic & Missile
Facilities Inc
25c
674

—

2074 Electrical Products
207a
Consol (Seattle)
Electro Instruments

18%
147a
147a
227s
3274

Endlcott Johnson

Eastern Lime Corp
1
Eastern Malleable Iron
Name changed to
Eastern Co
.25
Eastern Racing Assn_*
$1 preferred
•
Eastern Shopping
Centers Inc
1
Eastern Stainless
Steel Corp
2.50
Eastern States Corp—
Common
1
$7 pfd series A
•
$6 pfd series B
*
Eastman Kodak Co—

1274

74

22 7b
307a

Bowling Corp

Industrles-SOe

18

lOo

21%
Phonograph Corp
5
257b Emery Air Freight 20c

Class A common1
Eastern Can Co Inc—
Class A
;—I

Eastern

8

13

1

5
50% Eagle-Picher Co
5y4 Eagle Yarn Mills
Early & Daniel Co
•
East Boston Co
10
40% East Utah Mining_10c
Eastern Air Lines
1

44%

5
1

1
Du Pont of Can Ltd-*
34
Du Pont (E I) de
Nemours 6s Co
28%
Common
,,....5
$4.50 preferred.

rvepuriea

E*-dividend.

107a

Amer deposit rets
1,200
15% Dresser Industries 50c
15% Drewry's Ltd U S A—1
4074 Drexel Dynamics Corp •
9

14%

10
10 Ve

$1

Eitel

1

-20

487a
47a

18c

23%
37a
20%
19Va

Dorr-Oliver com
7.50
$2
preferred
32.50
Dorset Electr Lab_25c

4%

20

127a

13
165

•

25

347a

37%
857a

374
73/4

Co

California com
5 % % conv pfd
367a
3774 Dover Corp
234 Dow Brewery Ltd
563/4 Dow Chemical Co
47B Drackett Co

39
22

13c

2.50

Lomason

343/4

117a

•

Dorsey Corp com

'Dynacolor Corp

67a
29

15% East'n Freight Ways 20c
1972 "Eastern Gas & Fuel
Associated com—10
8
4 Vz%
preferred—100
207a

19%

(R R)

& Sons
Dorman Long 6s

47s

———1

20c
Dynamic Films Inc—*
iy2 Dynamics Corp

574

10c

Dominion Steel &
Coal ord '
Dominion Tar &
Chemical Co Ltd
Dominion Textile Co

1

45%
313/4 Duriron Co
2%
16% Duro-Test Corp com
1
8
5% conv pfd
series of 1956
25
Dutron Corp
47
•
Duval Sulphur 6s
37
Potash Co
•
9 74
5
8674 DWG Cigar
1
1872 Dymo Industries
Dyna-Therm Chem
1

Eastern

1
1

117a Dole
Engineering
57a Doman Helicopter

83^
20c
16

—1

Corp_25o

Durham Hosiery Mills
Class B common
•

—

127a Doeskin Products

38
20

Eagle Food Centers-2.50

6c

24

2

4y4 Dura Corp
63% Duraloy Co

E & B

Mining Co
10c
Dixilyn Drilling Corp—
Name changed to
774
Dixilyn Corp
17a
Class A conv

Douglas &

37

2y4 Duplan Corp.
22
Duquesne Oil

30

97B
97b

19

353/4

Associates class
Ino——10

1

474

7%

2

3ft

of America com—1

1
0
1

4
Dixon Chem Indus
1
3c
Dixon Chemical 6s
3%
Research Inc com
1
15%
6% conv pfd A
100
Dixon (J) Crucible
20
38
Doak Fharmacal Co_10c
88
Dobbs Houses
16%c
Dr Pepper Co
•

for
10c

41 Duofold

i7s

1

Diversa Inc common
Si.25 conv pfd

1874
18%

27%

f"1

27t

130

too
1
Oil A

1$

50e

(Walt)

10% Donnelley

3374

oolden
Uranium Co

45
31 >/4

Productions
2.50
Distillers Co Ltd—
Amer dep rets for
ord regis ;
10a
Distillers CorpSeagrams Ltd
2
DIT-MCO Inc
•

207a

York_l.$0
Denver Chicago

Trucking Co

%

31

213/4
8 74
53/4
177a
32%
267B

Dejur-Amsco Corp—
As

Disney

10%

Class A
1
Delaware Steeplechase

Del Electronics

I

25

Development Corp_lc

19%
97.
3A

10e

Datamation Inc
I0c
Dauphin Corp
10c
Davega Stores Corp—

63

—

77s
1%

...

Texas, Inc

10

Corp

Class A non-vot
10c
Dilbert's Leasing 6s

j:vco-Wayne

7b

Daltoh Crystal
Dairies Inc
.WOo
Dakamont Explor—1
Dallas C*1 Co of
Dal to f»w»
„
,,J
Dan River Mills Tnn
a
8*
preferred
M

14
34

1%

—

,

3%

Dilbert's Quality
Supermarkets
10c
10%
7% 1st preferred
10
Dillon (J S) 6s Sons
11%,
Stores
Co
a
107.
Diner's Club Ino
1
50%
Di-Noc Chemical
163/4
Arts Inc
1
20
Disc Inc cl A
1
34% Disct
Corp of N Y 40

1474
1374
3374

deposit rets—

174
20

_

323/4
87a

Amer dep rets
ord registered

37b

Electromagnetic
247a

Dunlop Rubber Co—
16y4

3A

12c
85

23/4
663/4

DTM Corporation
Trust oertiflc*
Dade Metal
Fabrications
—
Daggafonteln Mines Ltd

1

187.
23

274
66 y4

4

'Dahlstrom Mfg Co

18
13

Diamond Alkali
Diamond National
Common
$1.50 preferred.
Diana Stores Corp

1274

5%

1
1

97B

1% Dunhill InternatlonaLl

Abrasives Corp
Electro-Tec Corp

Electro Voice Inc
40c
60% Electrographlc Corp
97a Electrolux Corp

57

24%
57B

5

19

35c

1
1

100% 101% Dunn Engineering

Dewey (G C) Corp—lc
1
77a Dialaphone (CaL)

467a

Duncan Elec Mfg—
Class A
2.50
Class B
2.50
187s
Dunham-Bush Inc
2

iy4
15%

Class A common
1
Electro Networks
10c
44% Electro Refractories 6s

433/4

A*

Bid

Pat

Electro-Mechanics -10c
872 Electro-Med Inc—

18%
43%

Co—

Dun & Bradstreet
Duncan Coffee Co

Stocks—

7%

8
14 y4

18%

—

147s

117a
677a

100

Cunningham Drug

Amer

73/4

Ltd
Devonian Gas 6s Oil-lOc

13%

■

preferred

12%
574

3/4

13 y4

Diapulse Mfg—
10c
Dickey (W SI Clay
Mfg Co
•
1174 Dictaphone Corp
$
687a dictograph Products
;ebold Inc
f
187a
Di Giorgio Fruit
2.50
5
Digitronlcs Corp—
54

8c
83

Culllgan Inc
1
Cumberland Shoe
50o
Cummins Engine JL50

Class

1
1
1

52

1

Cudahy Paoklng Co-

Curtis

ft

—

.

,

Cuneo

Corp

60

Devon-Palmer Oils

Cuban-Venesuelan
Oil rot trust ctfs

4% %

Products

Bid

Duffy-Mott Co Inc
1
8% Duggan's Distillers
Products Corp
65
10c

87.

Detroit Tractor Ltd—
56 y2
Class A common
56%
2
92
Detrolter Mobile
917a
Homes Inc
1
22 y8
227s Deutsche Bank A G
101
Amer dep rets —
102%

-10n
Cryogenics Ino
10O
Crystal Oil 6s Land Co
Common
10s
$1.12 preferred
150
Crystal Tissue
•
Cuban-Amer Sugar—10
Cuban Tobacco——*

16% Duff-Norton

1

Detroit Harbor Term_l
Detroit Hardware Mfg_*
Detroit Industrial

% Detroit Stamping
7a Detroit Steed Corp

7a

14.20 preferred— ■ ■ ♦
Crucible Steel Co
of America
12.50

15%

1
Cbemlcal Tnd 2
jetroit Gasket 4t

4%
6

4

Par

12

4%

□ etrex

Manufacturing

Stocks—

Ask

141/4 Dubrow Electronics
Industries Inc
10c
4%
Ducommon Metals &
12 Ve
Supply Co
2

17% Deslgnatronics Inc-lOe
85% Desoto Chemical
Coatings Ino

1

Common

Bid
13%

72

25e

warraU
Crown Zellerbach

Bar

Productions.

17 y4
85%

Inc

1960

Stocks—
Jesiiu

1961.

lio

pfd

Falrchlld Camera
Instrument Co

6s
1

1647a

1

9%

93/4

47a
1074

47s
103/4
4874

166

Falrchlld

Engine 6s
Airplane Corp
Falrey Co Ltd—
Amer deposit rets

Fair Lanes Inc cl A
1
Fairmont Foods com
1
4*
preferred
100

5%

juinor pfd
Fajardo Eastern
Sugar Assoc—
Common (CBI)

50

4774
83
507a

1

3274

84
51

33

Falcon

Seaboard
s
Drilling Co
1.50
Falstaff Brewing
1
37s Fanny Farmer Candy.l
Panon Electronic
25
Industries, Inc
20c

J

774

7%

42

427a

227.

227a

47a

574

Bid

Par

Stocks—
Fansteel

Metallurgical
Corp
*
Faraday Uranium

58%

58

1%
20%

22%

1

88%
3%

Farmer Bros Co

1

8%

1%
92
311
9

Fax rel-Birmingham

12.50

48%

51 y8

•

18%

20

15
5

17

40

1st pfd
•
Fashion Frocks Inc
1
Fashion Park Inc
•
Fastline Inc
10c
Fate-Root Heath Co
1
Faultless Caster
1
Faultless Rubber
1
Fawick Corporation _2
Fearn Foods Inc
5
Fedders Corp
*
Federal Asphalt
Products Inc.
Federal Bake Shops
1
Federal Bowling
Centers Inc
i»
Federal Coal Co_
Federal Compress
St Warehouse Co
12
Federal Equipment
•
Fed Mfg St Engineer^
Common
1

2%
17

6%

27

23%

23%

70C
5%

80c

7%

1%
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28

5%

—

33
76

2%
16%

23%
25
3A

14%

1

21%
19%
4%

10
•

41%
3%

5%
15
48
5

1
25c

4%

5

4%

Amer

dep rets
Flberboard Paper
Products Corp com.*
Fidelity Electronics_10e
53 State St Corp
100
Fllmways Inc
25c

52%
1%

Filtrol

31%

Corp (Del)

17
7

1

22%

~5
3%

7%

7%

7%

8

25%
73/4

1

.10
1
2.50

22
22

A

conv

26%
8%
22%

24%

133/4

14%
8

7

-

110

1%
22
50c

15%

48%
1%
—

60c

4%
25%

1

18%
6%
3%

19

2%

——

Without

par




39%

Goods
5
Gaumont British
Pictures cl A ord—

General Altronics
•
General Aluminum ";
Fabricators (ww)_10c
Gen America Corp
5
General American Oil
Co of Texas
5

43%
21%

value,
"

a

128

General Aniline <fe
Film class A
•
General Automation_2c

5
•

General Baking com
$8 prefen ed
23^ General Battery St
Ceramics Corp
393/4
7

4%

General

87%

00 00 £
44
22

iciA

q

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5

Bronse

5%

conv

51
41
11

12

9%
27%

12%
■

Called for redemption,

Y- Yv

8%
14%
28%

10%
29%

9

34%
54%

Genung's

Inc

Geophysics

Corp

25c

Georgia Marble Co
10
Georgia-Pacific
80c
Georgia Shoe Mfg
1

100

2%
19%

Getty Oil

4

Production NV
Giannini Controls
9
Giant Food Inc—
Class A n-v
5
4%
Giant Food Prop
171
177
Giant Portland
Cement Co
23% Giant Resources
23%
Giant Yellowknife
83
82%
Mines Ltd

•
1

15

3%
8%

335

~3%

366

2%

2%

9%

10c

96.

Nominal,

1%
8

9%

Golden Crest Records
Class A
10c

2%

conv

pfd

Golden West
Markets

2%
%
4-/4
18%
2%
4%
%

10%
2

8%
10%
3

60%
2%
8%

61

32%
2%
9

18%
6%

•

Co

333/4
4
213/4 Gorham Mfg Co
Gould-Natl Batteries—4
36%
Grace (W R) St Co—I
1
66% Graham-Paige com
60c conv pfd
•
93
Grain Elevator
83%
Warehouse Co
10c
87%

7

if.;?

|

'

8

3**

64

18%

49%
1%
14%
2%

49%

1%
15

•10% Qt Northern Paper—25
3% Great Plains Devel¬

37%
%

35%

18%
5%
1%

Stores Inc
1
Grayway Precision_10c
Great Amer Indust_ 10c
44
40
Great Atlantic &
102% 103%
Pacific Tea Co
1
98
96%
Great Basins Petrol—1
360
Great Lakes Bowling-1
Great Lakes Chemical 1
2
2% Great Lakes Indust—1
34
33%
Great Lakes Term
5%
6%
W* house (Ohio)
1
%
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;

10%
3%

43%
—

35%
76%
12%

65%

61

45

39

'

643/4

35%

43%

5

| Grayson-Robinson

4
10

35
43

preferred—100

Gray Mfg Co

2%
8%

~9%

9%

2.50

Common

35%

9

45%
23% Grand Union com
5
2%
4% * preferred
50
Granite City Steel_6.25
Granlteville Co
20
Grant (W T) Co¬

,521
1B^»

1%

3%

Granby Mln'g Co Ltd_5
Granco Products
50c

49

78
13

6%
2

2-r"*
15%

2%
1%
—

Great Universal Stores
39%
Ltd class A
5s
% Great West'n Producers

.

2%
36

62%
5%
2.150

85%
86

1%
18%

6%
2%

17%
450

66%

Properties

•

25
64

25%
64%

1

12%

12%

Ore

22%
2

Hydraulics

22% Ore 1st Mfg Co
2% Gremar Mfg Co
Grldoil Freehold
20
Leases Ltd
2c

9%

9% Griess-Pfleger

32%

Griesedieck
5* conv

21%
90

%
21%

19

•

69
98

1

36%

37

dollar

;

18c

34%
5%
14%

8%

8%

2

12%

30

27

8%
3%

Equipment—50c

33% Qrinnell Corp
*
Grocerette Vending
18%
Machines Inc
15c

18
68%
96 %

22%

2c
33%
5%
13%

Tan—5

Growth Capital Inc
Qruen Industries
! Grumman Aircraft

200

5
29

5
1

62%
20%

1

32

1

1

3%

Engineering
—1
Gnantanamo Sugar—1

32%

value,

t New

stock,

23

15c

9c

pfd

~1%

22%

com—1

Co

23%

95

50c
10
*

17%
20%
20% Grocery Store Prod
15%
15% Groller Inc
11414 115 - Gross Telecasting

Canadian

5%
5%
26 %
24%
31%
31%
140% 141%

Inc common
60c
6* pfd series A
30
38 ■< Great Western Sugar.*
63
7* preferred
100
6% Green (A P) Fire
Brick Co
5
Green (Daniel) Co—*
88
Green Dollar Nurse
1
2
Green Giant Co
19%
Common
*
5* preferred
100
7% Green (H L) Co
1
2% Green Mountain
Uranium Corp_—lc
17%
Green River Oil St
460
Uranium
lc
-3
67% Green Shoe Mfg

%c

".-/"--vYY''T-Y"sY://■Y' — Y:Y '

7%

3%

19%

•
5

r

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9

10

6%*

Griggs

Class A common
Glmbel Bros com

n

conv

5

Gibson Greeting
Cards Inc
Giddings St Lewis

sale,

60c

•

$4.50 preferred
3%
33% Glnn St Company

k Last

18

13%

%
3%
17
2%
4%

pfd
10
49%
Gold Mescal Studios-lOc
43/4
Golden Cycle Corp
10
4% Goldfield Cons Mlnes-1
Gold Seal Products—
Class A
10c
3

1

Machine Tool
2
132% Gilbert (A C) Co
•
Gilchrist Co.
9%
10% Gillette (The) Co
1
20%
20% Gilpin (Henry B) Co—

3

19%

10c

132

32%

Industries Inc
5
Gobel (Adolf) Inc
1
5* pfd class A
2
Goddard Inc
10c
Godfrey Company
5
Goebel Brewing com—1

Greer

1

9%

6

"■Globe-Wernicke

5

79%
6%
4%

223/4
30%

13
2%

5

Inc

19% Globe-Union

21%
30%

—*

Systems Inc

37

8%

8

2

37

20% Gevaert Photo-

3

39

37%

19%

1

2.20

4%

38%

St

opment Co Ltd

$6 preferred
•
Gerber Products
10
Gerrard (S A) St Co
1
«_•
24% Gertsch Products
Gestetner Ltd—
4%
Ord A Am dep rets
1
2.35 Getchell Mine Inc

24

10

1% Glidden Co
GUtsch (Fritz W)
Sons Inc
Globe Security
16

35%
35%

2

60c

Corp (N J)

16%
13

37%

of

Georesearch Inc
Geotechnlcs &
Resources Inc

16%
12 %

Rubber

23%

lc

America

7%
26%

60

90
80
85
47
45

1

Geochron Labs

Gera

5%

page

5c

—

1
15 V* Genesco Inc
Genge Industries
*
Gennaro In<iustries_10c
Genuine parts Co
6
29

53

27%
31%
53%

Industries

63/4
24%

59%

66%

1

$25 warrants
5%* preference_100

50c

1
5% Glen Mfg Inc
Glenmore Distilleries
Class B
-1
4%
Glickman Corp cl A_ 1

19%
27y2

36

•

Gen Tin Investments
Ltd
"ADRS"
Gen Tire St Rubber Co
Common
83 %e

9%
15»/4

1%
18%
27%

33%
21%

Shale

Products Corp

9%
15%

lc
46%
46% Good Humor (NY)—1
Goodman Mfg Co_16%
106% 107
Goodrich (B F) Co__10
80%
81%
Goodyear Tire St

$3 conv pref
•
$2.98 conv pfd$1.60 conv pref
•
General Ry Signal.6.67

General

Glen-Gery Shale
Brick Corp

12%
33/4
41/4
33
32%
108% 109

Equipment Corp—1
$4.75 preferred
•

$5 preference
100
4%* preference_100
13%
General Utilities &

6%

6

-25
see

2%

18

12

1
Supermarkets_10c
General Time Corp_2.50

41%

1

pfd

3%

Gen

General Builders Corp
Common
Warrants

6%

General Precision

Gen Steel Castings
22%
General Stores Corp
77%

20

Sporting

163/4 General American
Transportation

36%
18%
4%
79%

General Sales Corp_50c

1

Ordinary Eng 8ha—
11% Gellman Mfg
1
32% Gem International
1
86% General Abrasive Co 1
General Alloys Co
1

33/4
25%

5%
preferred
10
Food Fair Propertles_lo
Warrants
Food Fair Stores oom-1
$4.20 preferred
(1951 series)
15
Food Giant Markets
Common
1
4* conv pfd.
.10

2

,42

111%

48

pfd

nl5

?Q3/ General Refractorles_5

625

Common

25%
14% Gateway

Class A common
1
Fluor Corp Ltd
2.50

*

3%
15%
8%
22 %
76%

4%% conv pfd
50
Garsite Products
10c
Gas Hills Uranium_lc

14%

2nd

Ex-stock dividend.

18

Gar Wood Industries—

24%

40%
10%
32%
84%

5

Garlock Inc
Garrett
Corp

1
1

preferred
100
$2.25 series B^conv
2nd preferred
•
Florida Palm-Alre
1
Florida Properties—10
Fla-Southern Land-10c
Florida Steel Corp
1
Florida Tile Indus—

y

16%
43%

3%

28

95

5

Flying Tiger Line

12%

50c
25
1

1

preferred

12

52

90

Flintkote Co
$4.50

15

Gardner-Denver Co—5
Garflnkel (Julius)—

•

Flexible
$4

3%
14%

1

10c
50c

Assn

Fischer St Porter Co—

Flagg-Utlca Corp
Fleming Co Inc.

10 %

Garden State Racing

Common
4% *
conv

%

*

preferred

10

1

5
Sterling Inc.2.50

65%

3%

5%

14%

208

8%

45%

3%

13%

13%

50

63

44

44

2

31

25
19

7

conv

5

4%* preferred
50
413/4 Glaxo Laboratories—
Amer dep rets ord—
65%
Glen Alden Corp
1

Common

5%

Class A common. 10c
Gen Merchandise
2.50
General Meters Inc
1
General Mills com
,_3

$5

17

65

preferred
100
27%
General Motors Corp—
Common
1%
3%

33
15

2%
%

41%
65%

$3.75 preferred
•
16%
General Outdoor
26%
Advertising Co
15
19%
Gen Plywood Corp_50c
13%
Gen Portland Cement-1
31%

15%

—10

25

1

com

2%

pfd
Gaffney Mfg Co
5% Gamble-Skogmo

n7%
62
a69

A

20

Garden Land Co

43/4

First National 8tores_*

Class

26%

Frlsch's Restaurants.*
frrito Co
2.50
Fritzi of Calif Mfg
1
Frontier Airlines
1
Frontier Refining Co_l

5%

Credit

$5 preferred
Fisher Governor Co
Fishman (M H) Co
Fitchburg Paper Co

3%
32%

30

10c

G L Electronics
20c
Gabriel Co common—1

8

Comm on

75%

3%

1

Company

23
13

%

2

60e

% General Magnetics—

2%

32% Glamur Products —8c
1
2% Glasco Corp
Instrument—*
20 % Glassco
Glasspar Co
50c
26
4c
13% Glass-tite Indus
•
21% Glastron Boat Co
Glatfelter (P H) St Co

12 %
20%

12

18%
16%
49%
4%

Printing

20

21%
2%

17%

•
1

Gen Dynamics Corp
General Electric Co
5
Gen Elec (Germany)

6% Gen Magnaplate

10
Gladding McBean
5
2% Glamour Vending—50c

1

1

2% Gen Flreproofing Co
5
1% General Foam Corp
1
General Flooring
24
•
2% General Foods Corp
*
24% General Gas Corp.2.50
General-Gilbert
1
27%
35% General Industrial
Enterprises Inc
»
23
General Industries
4
Gen Instrument Corp_l
3%

73%

•

31%
40

:

11%

Glaholt Machine

44
79

21%

19

80%

%
21%
12

6
Frouge Corporation
1
15% Fruehauf Trailer com_l
483/4
4%
preferred
100
5% Fruit of the Loom—
Common
1
4%
Units.
Fuller (G A) Co
5
4% Fulton Industries
2
Fulton Market Cold
53
Storage (111)
5
2
Funsten (R E) Co
1
Futterman Corp—
~7%
Class A
1

7%

;

St

Law

Friendly Frost Inc
Friglkar Corp

i—-"

(Mich) class A
Genl Drive-In Corp

Bid

Par

Stocks—

11%

General Manifold

'Mfg COFreeport Sulphur
10
Free State Geduld
Mines Ltd "ADR8" 5s
Fresnillo

42

39%

5%
preferred
Flshbach St Moore
Fisher Bros com

3%
5%

Oil—6

Freoplex Inc

13%

6%

22

~3%

•

First Pelham Corp
Firth Carpet Co

Wks_10

Franco Wyoming
Frank (Albert)

24%

—

1%
1%

Franklin Balmar Co—•
23% Franklin
Corp
_1
Franklin ElectricFranklin Stor
15% Frantz

First Flight Co
50c
First Lumber Corp—
Class A common.
2

Bureau

1

Forest Laboratories. 10c
Formula 409 Inc
•

Fownes Bros & Co—1
33% Foxboro
Company
1
Fox Head Brewlng-1.25
80%
Fram Corp
50c

Firestone Tire & RubCommon

2

Four Corners Oil <b
Minerals Co.
Four Star Television

2%

2

1
10

dep rets.

Enterprises Inc

Y

79%

tl

Foremost Dairies
Forest City

2%

Amer deposit rets
General Electric Ltd—
Am dep rets reg
£1
142% 150
General Electronic
Control Inc
20
10c
19%
General Electronics—
Class A
10c
2.20
2.05
13 V* General Electronics
13%
Laboratories—
Class A
33%c
11% 11%

Ford Motor Co
5
Ford Motor Co
of Canada
•
Ford Motor Co Ltd—

Ordinary
4%* preference

2%
20%

"

23%
25%
35%
22%

8%

8

50
27

5% Foster-Forbes Glass 1.50
Foster Grant Co
1
—10
1% Foster Wheeler
Fotochrome Inc
1
Foto-Video Electronics
Class A
20c
28%
Foundation Co (NY)_1

16%

31%

General Coll Proda.lOc
General Controls Co_5

28%

2-fo

41

2

Screw Co
Flat Motors—

Firth

6%

Guenther

23

Federated Department
Stores Inc
1.25
Federated Electrcs
10c
Federated Publlcatns_*
Federated Purchaser—
Class A
100

National

50c

Inc

Fort Pitt Bridge
Fortuna Corp

77
2

100

9% General Development-1
General Devices Inc 1
10
General" Discount Corp
15

9%

10c

3%

Resources _50c
Federal Screw Wks
l
Federal Sign St Signal

Dynamics
Ferry Cap St Set

7%
18

43%

•

Corp

pfd

General Crude Oil

13%
27%

Am

24

Federal

Ferro

14%

—.—5
Co
1
Forbes St Wallace—
$3 class A
-*
Class B non-votlng_*

-3%

17
7

Association
100
Federal Oil Co
1
Federal Pacific Elec
1
5%* conv 2nd pfd
Series A
23
Federal Paper Board-8
4.60* preferred
25

Fenestra Inc
Ferro Corp

13%

Foote-Burt
Co
Foote Mineral

19

Mtg

Fellows Medical Mtg
Felmont Petroleum

97

8%

50

$1.37 %

Federal Steel Corp

96%

5
1

Forcite

Cable

1st

Ask i

Bid

Par

Genl Castings Corp.lOc
General Cigar Co
1

230

2

Mart Inc
Bros Gear St

Class B

1%

Fargo Oils Ltd

Common
$1.25 preferred

preferred

Class A

"stubs"
Farbwerke Hoechst A O
Amer deposit rets

Federal-Mogul-Bower
Bearings Inc.

71 %

10

4%

72

98% 102%

Farbenlndustrle
(IQ)
Aktiengesellschaft

First

Food
Foote

Farbenfabriken Bayer
Amer deposit rets

Federal National

3%*

111

General

100
100

3%% conv pfd

Mines LtdFar a dyne Electronics So

Company
Farrlngton Mfg

Food
Common

Stocks—

Ask

Bid

Far
Machinery <fc Chem

Stocks—

Ask

71

SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 30, 1961.

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL

-

:

STOCKS

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS

April, 1961

2%
x

4c

2%
13%
—

9%
3%
216

5%
31
64

21%
34%
3%
33

3%

Ex-dividend,

"-YY;'Y-'YYY Y Y -.Y-'v ' YYYY Y'VYYYYY/YY Y

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS

72

1961.

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 30,

<to«ki—

Bid

Guardian Chemical_lde
Guerdon Industries—
Class A common
•

Instrument Corp
5c
Gull Coast
Leaseholds Inc
30a
Gulf Interstate Co
1
Gulf Oil Corp
8.33%
Gulf Resources
10c
Gulf states Land *

Gustln-Bacon Mfg 3ft
Gyrodyne Co of
America Inc
1
H St B Corp
2fie
Hagan Chemical St
Controls common_l
5.30% conv pfd
80
Ha J oca Corp
1
Hall (CM) Lamp
%
Hall (W F) Printlng_5
Halle Bros common_S
S2.40 cony pfd
.60
Halliburton Co

...

Class B

(voting) 10
Hanna Mining Co...—.1
Hanover Shoe
,rl
Hansen Mfg Co
1

Harcourt Brace St
World Inc

conv

3%

100
Harper (H M) Co
1
Harrington & Rich¬
ardson Arms
1
Harrison (B M) Elec_"

4

58

53%
112
37%
7%
32
25

Heritage
39

Chocolate

dershey Creamery

30%
25%

Hertz

Corp

104
32

32

11%
50
108

18%
16%
5

2%
58

125%
29

Hi-Press

58 y2
127

a4

12%
24 y2
102
28

22%

5%

conv

pfd

10

5
Hill's Supermarkets—
66%
Class A
50c

15%
32%
22%
19

14
1

7%
14 %
1%

30%

31

6%

210

11%
35%

,

j

Corp

49%
95%
95 Va

9%

16%
17

3%
5%

Gold

4%
5%

31%
8%
n7%

1.00

4.60% preferred
Electronics
7% Idaho Farms Co
Ideal Cement Co
8% Ideal Precision
Meter Co.
10%
ITI

8

_

y»
2 y4
221

3%
7%
10

20%
36

7%
66 y2
5V4
11%
24%
21

45

22%

5%

-

%
11c
115

2%
10
17
31%
30

_•

preferred

Holophane Co
83/4 Holt, Rlnehart

8

36

and

3

16%

1%
47
10%

31%
30%
37

63%
ny4

3

6%

13%
12%
81%
2%

7%
14

Home Title Gty
3
Homestake Mining-12%

10%

0
g

Honeycomb Products—•
Honeggers Inc
•

13

13%

Honolulu Oil Corp
Hood Chemical Co

k
10a

32

35

Hooghovens—

..1

.

50c
50c
par
w I

preferred—100

8%
39

19

193/4

12%
7%
10%
30 %

4

7%
10%
31%

64

65%

84%

86%

Electronics

10c

3%

Industries Inc el A-l.
Helena Rubinstein
•
Hell CoU Corp
;•
Hello Aircraft—..
1
par

Ex-stock dividend.

value,

50
62%
41%

8

Bearing Co

Hormel (Geo A)
7.00
Horn St Hard't (NT)."
5%
preferred
100
Horn St Hard't Bak—"
Home Enterprises
1

2.00

Mfg Co

Common

53%

S2.25

63

413/4

Called

conv

pfd

Houston

for

165

3%
34

24%
18%

60

38

61%
12%

Corp.

redemption,

see

Class A common
Infrared Industries

page

1
"

Information Systems .1
Ingersoll Rand com
•
6%
preferred
100
Inland Container Corp
Class A common
•

13%
82

3%

5%

1
•
10

Mills com

preferred

Insley Mfg Corp
Inspiration Cons
Copper Co_
Instruments

96.

166

13%

k Last

di

9%
42%

sale,

9%

9A
60

20%
4
31

40%
3%
26
51

n Nominal,

r

1

14%

1
%c

38 %
7%
2%

15
40%

1
1
1

Israel-American
Oil Corp
Isthmus Steamship

■

—

36%
19%
6%
7%
35
4
17

St

27

10

%
58%

60

16%

17%

9%

9%
2%

2
al7

6%
6%
15%

9%

10%

4%
9%
38%
9%

4%
10%
32 %
39%
9%

30

32

16%

16%

29
55

6%
2%
SVs
18%
14

2%
50c

1%

2%
26%

12%
80%
152

41

72

86

6%
87%

3%

4

1

7%

8%

Jefferson Lake Sulphur
Common
1
7% preferred
10
Jenkins Bros
25

17%
9%

17%

41

43
6%
9%

of

Industries

Jerrold Electronics.

1
10c

—1
Jervis Corp.
Jessop Steel Co
1
Jetronle Industrles-lOc
Jewel Tea Co com
1
3%% preferred. .100
Johansen Bros Shoe
1
Johns-Manvllle Corp
5
Johnson Electronics
1
Johnson St Johnson 5
Johnson Service Co 5
Jones St Frederick
10c
Jones St Lamson
Machine Co
20

Laughlln

Jones St

common

10

6% pfd series A

100

Steel

Jonker Business
Machines class

Jorgensen

A

*

(Earle M).l

5%
8%
8%

16%
8

10%

9%
18%
8%
64

62%
81
2%

82%

69%

70

6%
100% 101%
6

136

143

4%

5%

19%

20%

68

68%

100% 101
14%
17

15%

17%

48

96

30

6%

1

Units
Warrants
4%
Jefferson Lake
Petrochemicals
36
Canada Ltd
40%

12
93

17 %

15%

Highland Coal.*

61% Jefferson Lake
Asbestos

40
21
47%

%

6%
6%

1

Engraving Co

22%

4%

113/4

A

30c
1
5

dep receipts—

Amer

Jeado

4%

80 %
145

20

%

Jahncke Service Inc..°
Jamesbury Corp
•
1
93/4 Jantzen Inc
Jareckl Corp—
1
Jarrall-Ash cl A
1.25
1
91? Jeannette Glass

5

24

6%
8%
35%
5%

24%
120%

24
119

42 V

4%

13
2
30c

19%

10c

Salvage Co

Jensen

53/4
1%
5%
al8%

8

2%
38

■

7%

for

•

8%

J B Plastics Mfg
10c
J-V-M Microwave 25c
Jack St Helntx Inc
1
6% Jackson's Mlnlt
Markets Inc
1
1
283/4 Jacobsen Mfg
Jaeger Machine Co
5
3% Jaguar Cars Ltd—

7%

48

Ltd

7%

Jahn St Oilier

20

Corp
•
4% Int'l Harvester com—•
36
7% preferred
100
26% Int'l Minerals St
Chemical com
5
4%
19
preferred
100
38% Int'l Mining Corp
5
Int'l Nickel Co of
63

1

20%

20%

6

Research

33%

143/4

14%

25

32%

Motor

Itek Corp
3% Ivey (J B) St Co

3

10

278
281
55%
56%
America
.
lc
37%
38% Insular Lumber
10
87%
88
Interchemlcal Corp—
Common
5
22
22%
4%* preferred
100
Interlake Iron Co
1
21
19%
Int'l Breweries
1
10
9%
Int'l Business Mach—5
37 % Int'l Correspondence
36%
45%
45%
Schools World
2.50
102
Int'l Electronic
99

1

Houdry

Plywood_2Sc

industrial

_25c
Industry Inc.
Insul-Cup Corp of

—3

4% Hot Shoppes Inc
Houdatlle Industries

n2%
a

33c

Hoover Company—
Class A com
2.00
Horizon Land Corp—lc

Hosklns

Helena Curtis

10

ADS
100 fl
Amer deposit rcts.
Hooker Chem com
0
$4.25 preferred
•
Hoover Ball St

13%

Rubber Co
10c
Industrial Llmerock-lc

Inman

163/4
18%

Klectrmlce
50c

Hardware Corp
Industrial Hose &

Inland Homss
43% Inland Steel Co

Valve

Manufacturing

22

Imperial Tobacco

Industrial Rayon
1
23% Industrial Timer
1
21
Industrial Vinyls
10c
2y4 Industries St Mines
5c
10 y8 Industro Transistor. 10c
Industron Corp—

63 %

17

8%
3%
38%

Corp

.

10%
10
30
43 y8

•

31%

3%

Canada
6
233
imperial Tobacco Co
of Great Britain
St
Ireland
£l
3y2
8% Indian Head Mills—
Common
1
10%
$1.25 preferred
20
20% Indian River Citrus
Fruits Inc
—2
38
8 % Indiana Gas St
68 y2
Chemical Corp
50c
5% Indiana General Corp.l
11% Indiana Limestone
10
25 V4 Indianapolis Stk Yards
2i y8
Common
50
6% preferred
50
tndustria Electrics
11%
de Mexico (8 A)

1

,

29%
313',
23%

10c

Indus Ltd ord reg £1
% Imperial Oil Ltd
•

cl A_"

Winston, Inc

Homestead

19

SO

Holly Sugar Corp

20%

29%

45
28%

of

10%

25

9%
20

45
5

2.50

Hosts

(John) Shoe— i
preferred
25
Island Creek Coal—
Common
50c
] O'-'$6 preferred
1
lO %

9%

37
6

39%
87%
27%

5 Va Irving
6%
4%

5
4

66%

36%
86%
26

1
)

Freight System
Interstate Motor
Lines Inc

imperial Chemical

10

pfd

conv

36%
5%
19 %
18%

50
5c

10c

Ilikon

6

32%

'%
114

Breaker Co com..5

__

65%

10% Ionics Inc
Iron Fireman Mfg
37%
Ironlte Inc common.1
6%
55c preferred
8
19%
1
19% Irving Air Chute

I-T-E Circuit

12%

6

Mines

Class B
7c

2%

Industrial

Holly Stores common-1
5%

Magnetlcs_33%c

6

IMC

30

14%
1%

Hollingshead (R M)—1
Holly Corp
50c

17
18

11%
42%

11
42

16%
ny4 I D Precision

12%
18%

Hollinger Consolidated
4%

4

Hydrometals Inc
2.50
Hygrade Food Prod--5
Hyster Company
60c

27

lie
25c

America Inc
Holland Furnace

1
1
1

Co

Hydrocarbon Chem
Hydromactics Inc

12% Holiday Inns of
36 %

conv

67%

4

St's

49% Interstate Vending
Intex Oil Co
33
96
Investors Royalty
97

Hydraulic-Press

7%
9%

11

16%

Haseltlne Corp
•
Head Ski Co Inc
1.00
Hearst Consol Pub—
7% class A pfd
30




Hunt Foods and
Industries com
5
5% ser A pfd
100
5% ser B pfd
100
v»

63

(Interstate Engineer*g 1

2%

20 y2

7%
7%

50c

Hofman Labora¬
tories
Hofmann Indus

38%

24% Interstate
Interstate
14%

Co

v/rtts

115

—

Common
Interstate Dept

37%
22%

38

40

Amlesite
Interstate Bakeries—

1%

140

Hoffman Internat'l

'

20%

Industries
Haytian American

Without

10

Hlrsch (P N) St Co—1
Hobart Mfg Co
10
Hoe (R) & Co com
1
'
Class A
2.00
i Hoerner Boxes
1
(Hoffman Electronics 50c

I

I

£1

25

30 Va Interstate

13%

69

5%
2y4
3%

28

Lid—..—2.50

28

14%
9%

25%
27%
20
20%

31 %
116
37
84

36%
83
37%

49

Vitamin

Hydra-Power Corp—10c

27%

3

19%

Hayes

y

10c

Hill Corporation

23 %

Class A common
1
$1.41 2nd pfd—24.50
5% pfd series A
25
5.12% preferred B-25

Components Corp 10c

High Voltage
Engineering Corp
1
Highway Trailer
Industries com_25e

13
25
105
29

Mln St
Smelting Co Ltd
•
Hudson Pulp St Paper

31%

31
113%

25

preferred

9

31%

Int'l Tale common
*
7%
preferred
100
Int'l Textbook Co
*
Interprovlnclal PiDe
Line Co
5

7%

95%
9%

9%
8%

Infl Silver

common

33%
54

94%

preferred

$4

7%

Products Inc
Hudson's Bay Co
Hudson's Bay Oil St

33%
48

20

tl8%

41%

68

International PaperCommon
2.50
Ctfs of Interest

Hubshman Factors

Hud.on

14

48 %

split—

ft Hupp Corp common.. 1

138

25

Hlnes (Ed) Lumber

50

Hawley Products Co

•

41
19 y2

46% I High Point Chemical lOo
4% ! Hightstown Rug com-1

I

Lithographing

Mfg Corp

1
I

Hlgbee Co
1
Higbie Mfg Co
1
Highland Park Mfg—30

29%

43%

.

3.65%

•

tioning of Amer

5%
2%

Ex 2-for-I

—

Hiawatha Oil St Gas—1
5% conv pfd
10
Hickok Electrical
Instrument Co cl A 1
Hico Corp of Amer
5
Hidden Splendor
Mining Co com-50c
6% preferred
11

17%

18

Hungerford Plastlcs_26c

Condi¬

Air

18%

S

18%

*

Int'l Products Corp. . •
Int'l Recreatn Corp.SOc
Int'l Rectifier Corp.. 1
Int'l Resistance
10c
19
•
18% International Salt
I International Shoe-— *

12%

19%
15%

i
1

Int'l Packings Inc

14
15
21 y8
13
19

14%
20%

pfd A.—SO
148
152
Husky Oil Co (Del)
1
46 y2
65
65 y2 Hussman-Refrlgerator 5
*
55 y2 Huyck Corp
54
Hycon Mfg Co
10c
27% > 28

12.00

Common
5% B 1st pfd

115
115
121
19

5

Class B

5

$4% conv and pfd—•
Heywood-Wakefield

54

108
112

Havana Racing Co-lOe
Haveg Industries
...1
Haverty Furniture
.0
Hawaiian Pacific Ind."

Heldor

76%

%

Chemical
com
1
3%% pfd ser A-.100

12

18%

Brick

Home Oil Co Ltd

Hebrew National
Kosher Foods
Heel* Mining
Heinlcke Instru'ts
Heinz (H J) CoNew com $8.33%
ex 3-for-l split

91

110% 111%

1

Heublein Inc
Hewitt-Robins Inc.
Hewlett-Packard Co
H excel Products.

1%
iy4

1
Hauserman (K P> Ca_l
Hausman Steel Co
0

Hasel Bishop Inc
Hasel Park Racing

90
74

Heyden Newport

reta_

Sugar Co

14%

6
16 %

25

31%

Hathaway Inst

Havana

21

14%

•
0

Gold

preferred

4Vo

18

10c

Howell Instruments —•
Hubbell (Harvey) Inc

12

20c

Int'l Oils St Metal*

43/„

4%
58%

w

17c

Int'l Packers Ltd

8%

8

Material common.1
5%* preferred
lOu
Hovlng Corp
1
Howard Stores Corp—1
Howe Sound Co
1
Howell Elec Motors
1

Class A.
Hudson Bay

5%
14%

98%
25% flershey

31%

Harvey Guy St Co—1
Harvey Wells Corp le
Harvlll Corp
1
Hastings Mfg Co'.
9
Hat Corp of Amer
1
5%

4%

4

Class A_
10c
Hermetite Corp
•
Heiold Radio St
Electronics Corp..25c

y,

—

Hartfleld Stores Inc
1
Hartman Tobacco
1
Hart Schaffner St
Marx
«
Hartsville Cot Milla_X90
Harvest Brand Inc.100
Harvey Aluminum
1
Harvey Boat Works
Name changed to
Harvey Corp cl A 25c

4%
36
36

2%

93%

14%
32 y4
22%
17%

deposit

2%

1%

44 y4

1

Amer

n2%

of

Corp

Houston Fearless Corp.1
Houston Oil Field

<

Far

Stock*—

Hubinger Company

4

Roy.l

Industrial
1
Petroleum _I
Hermetic Seal Corp—

48

Harris-Teeter
Super Markets
5
Harsco Corp
1.25
Harsbavr Chemical
0
Hart-Carter Co
1

Hartebeestfonteln
Mining Co Ltd

113/4

Heritage

43%

2%
65 y2

Harris-Intertype

11%

1

4
3%

27

25
101

8%
2%

8

Heritage

8

23%
29'/2

2%

3%
3%

32%

25

71
107
85
37%
36
14 Va

Portion

New York

44
48

*

pfd

14

Hercules Gallon Prod¬
ucts Inc com
10c
6% B conv pfd
20
Hercules Motors
•
Hercules Powder—
Common.
3-1/13
$2 conv class A
•
5%
preferred
100

19 y8

17%

Harmon-Kardon
28e
Ham Corporation
1
Harnlschfeger Corp 10
6%

80%
363/4
35 %

Henry Engineering
1
% Henry's Drive-in
•
Heppenstall Co com_50
4%%
preferred
50

69%
48%

48%

Harbison-Walker Ref
7.00
100
1

deuaerson's
Pak

19 y«

19
68 %

Hanson-Van WlnkleM tinning Co—
3.00
Hapman Conveyors
1
Common
6%
preferred
Harbor Plywood

19

%
1%

8

■

Halllcrafters Co
1
Haloid Xerox Inc..1.20
Hamilton Cosco Inc
•
Hamilton Mfg
B
Hamilton Paper Co... 8
Hamilton Watch com 1
4% cony pfd
100
Hammermill Paper_2.80
Hammond Organ Co 1
Hancock (J Wi Inc—
Common
10e
6% cony pfd
*
Handy Harmon (NY)_1
Hanes (P H) Knltt«_0
Hinn/i (M A) Co—
Class A non-rot
It

36%

Hendrlck Ranch

,1

■

105

Helm's Express Ino—
Class A common
1
12% Hempstead Electron's lc

18

,.1

.

..

5%

Far

A»fc

Class A

7 % non-cum pfd
26
rielmerich St Payne.lOe

13

lOe

69%

5%% preferred
100
4% preferred
100
Heime (G W) com
10

8Vs
1%

12V4
36%

-80s
Gulf Sulphur Corp_10e

Bid

Heller (Walter E) St Co
Common
1

4%

Industries

preferred
Western
Industries Inc
Qui ton Industries

Par

B tasks—

5C

10a

Cony
Gulf St

2%

7%
1%

Warrants
Guild Films Co
Guild Musical

Ask

2%

PM

9%

21% Joseph St Felss Co.2.50
Joslyn Manufacturing
St Supply Co
14
1.25

41

92%
25%
12 Va
698

5%
16 %

57

60

58%

60
4.85

Joy Mfg Co
l
483/4 Julian St Kokenge
*
Juniper Oil St Mining
11
Co
10c

44%

7

13/4

Jubilee Iron

4.75

;

15c

Justhelm Petroleum

5c

Mfg Co—
1
EDI Corp
85c
ELM Royal Dutch

J us trite

41%
93 %
25%
12%
700
—

163/4

49 Va
49%
144% 145

Airlines

100

45
41%

75c

90c

211
4c
95c

26%

26%

5

36%

36%

Eahn's (E) Sons
•
Eahr Bearing Corp. 10c
Ealser Alum 0k Chem—
Common
33 %c
4%% conv pref—100

A%%

preferred—50

66

66 %'

Common

l

$1.46 preferred

•

Canadian dollar value,

t New stock,

7c
—

g

EVP Sutherland

Paper Co

3
1%

31

79%

39%

1%

4% * conv pref—100
4%% conv pref
1959 series
423/4
4
793/i Ealser Industries
31% Kaiser Steel Corp—

42%

8

1

Jos tens class A com

Jupiter Oils Ltd
1%
11%

7%

23

5%

5%

44
105

44%
108

47
117

120

47%

110
116%
11%
11%
31 %
21

33%
23

x Ex-dividend,

QUOTATIONS FOR *T.T.
Far

Stock*—

Kaltman (D) * Co-BOe
Kalvar Corp
2c
Kaman Aircraft cl A
1
Class B
t
Kan*** City Stock
Yards (Ma)
100
5*
preferred
100

Drug Co
1
Kaweckl ChemlcaL—25c
Katz

(Del)—0
Kay Jewelry Stores
1
Kawneer

Co

,

Kayser-Roth Corp
1
Kearney (James R)—
60c preferred
10
Kearney At Trecker
3
Keith (George E) Co—

$5

prior pfd

S3 Junior pr
Keller Corp
Kellett Aircraft

pfd

100
10

3 %*

preferred

Kennametal

100
1

3%

421/2
99 Va
30%

31%

84%
a28%

85%
29%

11%
22%

11%
22%

8V4
10%

Copper—,"
Kennedy (D 8) A Co_l
•

1

Industries Inc
1
Warrants
(expire
June 30 1964)

4%% pr cony pfd-25
Ketchum Ac Co Inc
1
Kewanee Oil Co—
Class A
—10

Common
4.80* 1st

pfd
Keystone Alloys
Keystone
Electronics

5%

6%

6%

32%

24%
33%
85 %

61
61

50

prior pfd

La ma ton (M H) Inc—1
Lamtex Industries—10c

32% Lancer Industries—10c
70c cony pfd
10
34%
Land Equities Ino—
86
Class A common
lo
26%
36%

85%

Prary At

Landers

Clark

—

$5

■. ■

20%

4%

Bakeries Inc com 1

14%

24

73
50
25%
67%

5

26%

67%

11%

11%

90

90%

25

$1.80 preferred

le

Plus Inc

Lanolin

Lansing Development."
Lanston Industrles.3.50
Larchfleld Corp —__ 1
Larsen Industries
1
Lasco Industries
•
Latrobe Steel Co
2.50
Lau Blower Co
.1
Laundramatlon Corp-lc
Laurens Mills,.
100
Lawter Chemicals
1
Lawyers Mortgmgs
.65c
At Title Co.
Lay (H W) At CO
50#
Le Cuno Oil Corp—lOe
....

34
34

37

9

10

34%

16

25
1

15%
23%
13

25c

3%

16%
16% Le Msire Tool At
Mfg Co
16%
14

1

Le Tourneau (R Q)—1
Lear Inc
50c
Lease Plan Internat'Ll

Lee Communications-lc
•
4% Lee (H D) Co Inc

Copper Cobalt
2»

1

89%

Kimberly-Clark

1%

10c

King (John P) Mfg 20
King Bros Prod Inc 1
King Oil Inc (Del)
1
Klngsburg Cotton OIL.1
Klngsford Co
1.25
Klngsport Press
1.25
Klng-Seeley Tbermos-1
Kingston Products
1
Klngwood Oil
1
Kinney Coastal Oil 5c
Klrby Lumber Corp •
Kirby Petroleum
1

16

1%
1%
1%
2

42%
22%
2%
6%
2 ii
50

14%

Klrby Petroleum Trust

Kirk (C F) Labs
20c
Klrkland Minerals
1
Klrsch Co
5
Kleer-vu Industrles.lOc
Klein (8) Dept
Stores (Inc)
1
Klelnert (I B) Bub
5
Kllon (H L) Inc—25c
Klondex Inc class A lc
Knox Glass Inc
6.25
Knudsen Creamery
Co of Calif
1
Koehrlng Co com
2
5* cony pfd
50

31%
38

14%
3

2

iy8
2%
43%
3

7%
51

9%
16

9%

4%
24%

35%
10
14%
17%

20c

Inc

Lemke (B L) At CO.OOe
Lena Home Beauty
Products
le
Lenahan Aluminum
Window Corp
50c
Lence Lanes Inc
1
Leon Ld As Cattle— 10c
Leonard Oil Detel—25
Leonard Refineries
3
Lerner Stores com
•
4%*
preferred—100

Inc

—1

Engineering—1

34

Lester

13%

n35

50c

Common

40%
82 %

41

82%

Le vine's

67

68

16

Corp class A_1
1

20%
20%

18
20%
20%
31 %
21%
13%

Kroehler Mfg com
5
4%* ser A pfd—100

Kroger Co

1

Kropp Forge
33 %c
Krueger (W A) Co
1
Kuhlman Electric—
2
Kuppenheimer (B)
At Co
5
Kurz-Kasch Inc
1
Kurz & Root Co
Kusan Inc (Ky)
Kutz Canon Oil At
Oas Co

31

21%
12%

11

24%
n2%

1

9

.1
Bo

L'alglon Apparel lne_l
La Consolldada 8 A—
Common
75 pesos
6*
pfd
75 pesosLa Cross* Cooler
2.25
La Pointe Industries. 1
La Salle Ext Unir.

5

60

32%
2%
9%

2%

33

2%
10%
11%

26%
3

9%
2%

16c

20c

46

46%

7%
4%
31

%

8%

4%

y

*
Without par value,
EX-stock dividend.




63%
a

Class

A—

38
13%
n48

67

--

"

Shlpb'

Inc.
Levitt A Sons mc—70c
Lewis Business Forms_l
Lewis Welding At

Engineering Corp—1
Lewis Wharf Co——100
Copper
lOe
Lex a Oil Corp
le
Ley (Fred) T At Co
1

9

3%
5%
6

16%
— —

14%
— —

-

16%
7%

17

8%

7%
9

3%

3%

39%
25
30

13%
3

6%
7%
14%
4
14
5%
5c
309

8%
%
54
85c

Liberty Fabrics
of New York Ino.l

preferred
Records

24

40

2%
19%

7%

6%
16%
13%
36%
5%
47%
2%
6

2%

22%
123

8%
%

4%

27%

Candy Corp.

4

50c

23%
36
24
21
2%

Lone Star Brewing—_1
Lone Star Cement
4
Lone 8tar steel Co
1

30%
12

%

1

10%
43%

25c

Lorillard (P) CoCommon

~9%
1
56
95c

Exploration Co

48%

Lead

Mines

68

30c

%
15%
18%

Co—10c

18%
5%

Lucky Mac Uranium—1

20%
37
16

%

Cotton Mills
•
Lykes Bros 83 Co
10
Lynch Communication
7
System Inc com
1
16%
3.75*
"warrants"
14%
$7 warranto
37%
Lynch Corp
2
6% Lyon Metal Prodneta-5
•
48% Lytle Corp

17

18%
12%
9

6%
10%
43%
7%

2%
MCA Inc.
MPO Vldeotronlcs—
Class A
Mac Andrews A Forbes

66%
23%

Common
10
6*
preferred—100
Macco
.»
Macco Corp

22% MacFadden Pub

28%
115%
11
13%

1

12%

Machine Bull "ADRS"
Machlett Laboratories,*
1% Mack Trucks com
5

125
10

5y.

38%
88

2%
10%
7%

218
22

4%
9%
6%
12

2%

5%*

pfd ww
50
Macke (G B) Corp—
Name ch'gd to

%
3c

3%

57%

10
50c

5%
7%
9%
2%

25

89

100
Lilly (Ell) At Oo el B—8
Lily-Tulip Cup Corp
5

149

•
—$

72%
53%
100

5%
15 %

10e

1%

2%

68%
%
—

18%

18%

11

Class A

18%

13%
10%
8

47

"%
6c

Company

Magnetics Inc
Magor Car Corp

Maguire Industries
Name ch'gd to
Components Corp
57%

4%

69%
12
n!5

54

110

6%
16

Common

18%
5

19%
5%

71%

72%

94%

97%
12%

11%
34%
34%
14

34%
35
14%

14%

15%

15
43

15%
43%

25%

27%

32 %

21
6%

24

27%

28%

Common

50%

$3.75 preferred
•
$3.75 pfd (1947 ser) _•

78
78
69

51
78%
78%

May Dept Stores—

$3.40 preferred
•
3% * preferred—100

conv

100

pref

13%
7%

7

77%

70
79

35

37

3%
%
44%
43%
49

2%

4%
45
44

49%
2%

105

100

34%

34%

56

58

18%
90%
92
120% 122%.
•">
96%
%
2%
18%

37

37%

27%
?0

27%
—

15

15%

28%

28%

30

42%

30%
42"%

%

%

lc

•4%

3%
$3 preferred
6
2% McLean Trucking Co.l
sy« McLouth Steel Corp-2%
70% McNeil Mach A Eng.."

23%
6%
44%
35%
12%
19%

4%
25

31%

87

5*
preferred
McGowen Glass

Fib.lc

McGregor-Donlger

19%

53/4

13
20

—

1

Mclntyre Porcupine
Mines Ltd.
McKee (AG) A Co_<*
McKesson A Robbins-9
McKinney Mfg
1
McLean Industries
Class A

McQuay Inc
1
McQuay Norris Mfg—10

Corporation—
5

39

13%

Medallion Plctures__50c
Medco Inc class A
10c
Medford Corp
10

39

89%
187

5%
1
19
215

4

7%

6%
45%

36%
14

19%
39%
91
189
6%
1%
22
235

Cement Co
*
Megadyne Elect'nics 10c

28%

%

28%
%

_1

14%

15%

32%

33

46
56

—1
4%% ser A pfd—100
4* pfd series B—100
Menaseo Mfg Co
1

17

6%
17%

12%
2%

Mercantile Discount .2
Mercantile Store*—
Common
3.66%

36%

37%

3

56

55

45%

1

pfd A, . .50
Management

52

11%
a2%

10c

k Last sale, n Nominal,

59

11%
23%
59%

Melpar inc

—

Melville Shoe Corp—

1% Manati Sugar

Called for redemption, see page 96. d Ex-rights,

4

10%
23%

19

12%

conv

Assistance

24
20
4%

30%

38

pfd series C
50
Mallory (P R) A Co—
5*

23
19%

18

1

Conveyor

13%
4%

54

31%

30%

Mathews

100
Co—1
14% Mechanical Handling
4%
Systems Inc
1

2%

30%
17

92
14
8
32

Common
4%* com pfd
Mead Johnson A

—5
13% Mahon (R C) Co
Majestic Penn State •
•
5% Majestic Specialities
7% Major League Bowling
A Recreation Inc
1
10%
3
Major Pool Equipment
Corp
10c
Malllnckrodt Chemical
90
Works cl A eom.lO
150%
4%* convertible
74%

4%
18%

32%

Mead

of

1%

41%

47%

1
1
1
6

%

%

41%

47
18%

Warrants
3% Magnasync Corp

16%
2%

2

39

2y#
7%

5%

16%

5

6%
38%

l'/s
7%

3%
1%

11%

90

Class A

7
50c
12% Magna Pictures Corp 5c

11%
4%

1% McGraw (F H) A CO-2
McGraw-Edison Co
1
29
McGraw-Hill Pub
51 %
New common
1
%

10

54

25
3%

•A

10

25%

52%

25

11% Magellan Petroleum
Corp vtc
le

Magma Copper Co
Magna-Bond Inc
Magna Oil Corp

25

32%

McCulloch Oil Corp_50c
21% McDermott (J . v v>
48%
Ac Co Inc
1
McDonnell Alrcraft.2.50
McDonough Co com—•

a74
27%
51
86

9%

37

Mass Protective Assn.5

41

1
12% Macmillan Co
38% MacWhyte Company. 10
Macy (R H) Ac Co com.l
~3
4%% pfd ser A—100

5%

130
23%

100

5%% conv B pref-100

1%

Sporting

23%
35%

A Drvdock—
Common ——50c
4% * preferred—100
Masonlte uoro—
•

$6

31%

7% Mages

Maryland Cup Corp—1

10%
Mayer (Oscar) A Co. 10
45%
Mayfalr Industries
1
8%
May fair Super Mkto—1
Mays (J W) Inc
1
67% Maytag Co
"
McCall Corp.
23% McCandless Corp—1
McCloud River
29%
Lumber
-25
117
McCord Corp
3
12
McCormlck Ac Co
*
14% McCrory Corp com.50c
13
3%% conv pfd—100
„

110

24
44%

Maryland Shipbuilding

Mattel Inc
1
74% Matthiessen A Hegler
14
Zinc Co
37
303/4 Maule Industries
3
1% Maxson Electronics—3

1

common

1
1

Common
Class A com

Massey-Ferguson Ltd.*
Mastic Corp
1
20% Matheson Co Inc
1

% Mackey Airlinea_33%e

Magnavox

27

preferred—100
Industries—1
11
Martin (The) Co
*
44%
Stk purch warrants.
Martinall Indus
1%
49% Mary Carter Paint—

238

40%
21%

Goods Co
10c
15%
21% Madigan Electronlc.lOc

15

12%
% Marshall

Macke Vending Co

%

%
12%

1
323/4 Marsh Steel Corp
Marshall Field A Co—"

18

30

8% Lydia

Corp
1
Cement
4
Supermarkets.*

21% Marquardt
2% Marquette

38%

74
13

Lumlnator Harrison
1
Lunkenhelmer Co 2%
Lunn Laminates
25c

2%

21% Marinq View
Electronics Inc—10c
45%
Marlon Mfg Co
20
5% Market Basket (CallCommon
50c
1%
$1 preferred
15
27%
2
4% Marley (The) Co
1
23% Marlin Rockwell
38% Marmac Industrles.lOc
24% Marmon Herring ton—1

Silver-

1-25
29% Lucky Stores Inc
•
24% Ludlow Corp
Ludlow Typo graph
10
44
Lukens Steel Co.3.33%
3
20
3

40c
2.85 Marine Drilling
Marine Petroleum Tr—
Units of Interest
ii

36 %

2%

Love Corp
10c
Lowell Bleacbery
10
Lowenstoln (M) A Sons 1

Lucky-Friday

3%

142%

141

Bid

22
43%

36%

Manning Maxwell A

Marsh

5
4%
1% preferred
100
15%
Louisiana-Delta
5%
Offshore Corp .... 2c
8c
Louisiana Land Ac

25

24

Tobacco com
7*
preferred

Treating class
t.lndly ft Co In

45%

Warranto

10c

Limestone Products
Com of America
Lincoln 8 tores

2.75
33%
%
20

1%

(Jonathan)

Mannesmann
(A
Amer deposit

Moore Inc
12.50
1
1% Manpower Inc.
Mansfield Tire A
16
15%
2.50
Rubber Co
3
3%
Maraealbo Oil Exp
124
125
5
5% Maremont Automotive
Products Inc
1
4%
4%
Marie Antoinette
10

5%

6% Long Mile Rubber
Loral Electronics
7%

14%

17%
26

Lodge A Shipley.
Loft

8 % preferred
100
55%
35% Manhattan Shirt Co—5
Manischewltx (B) Co."
9

a2%
2%
nl%

40% Long Island Plastics 10c
Longhora Portland
Cement Co
1J5
26%
31% Longines-Wlttnauer
Watch Co,
14%
3% Long Island Arena_10c

2%

Pool Eq
Liggett At Myers

Lifetime

6
16
24

Lockwood Kessler A
Bartlett class A
25c

Logan

1%

1
29

13%

Libby
5*

35%

Amer.

Libby McNeill At

Liberty

54%

Loew's Theatres.

20%
33

20
31
171

Llbbey-Owens-Ford
5

33

11% Lockheed Aircraft—1

.ewisohn

Glass Co

33%

Uranium
15c
Lltecraft Indus
1
Lite-Vent Indus
1
Lithium Corp of *m
1
Little (J J) Ac Ives
5
Litton Industries
1
Living Aluminum
1
Livingston Oil
10c
Lobitos Oilfields Ltd—
Amer deposit rets
Lock Joint Pipe
33 %e
Lock Thread Corp
10c
Locke Steel Chain
5

10%

21

32%
%
8% Lindberg Steel

Laboratory for
Electronics Inc

5%
16%

Lestoil Products Inc—

Units
Levingston

10
10

5

2%
1%

Warrants

61%

$1.20 cony pfd
Kresge (8 8) Co
Kress (8 H) Ac Co

2%
1%
8%
3%

30%

57

Kratter

—

29%

Koeller Air Prod
5c
Kollmorgen Corp
2.50
Koppers Co com
10
4*
preferred
100
Korrette (E J) Inc
1
Kostin Corp
7.50

4%

31

Lehigh Portland
Cement Co——IB
Lehigh Valley
Common

50e

Lisbon

6%
14%

Lesslngs
33
12%

2

14%

Lei

Electron

4%* pfd A
30
Link-Belt Co
5
3%
13% Lionel Corp
•
2% Lion Match Co
Llpe-Rollway Corp
1
1
2% Liquidometer Corp

1
NaT—10

Freight Inc

$1.50 cony pfd A —•
7% Lehn At Pink Prod—5

19

1314

5

Corp

Leetronlcs
Lee Way Motor

14%

18%

24 %
35

Leesora

22% Lehigh Coal At

~2

4%

Lee Filter Corp—
Class A common
1
Lee Motor Products—
Class A common
1
Lee Rubber At Tire
5

90% Leece-Nevllle Co———1
1% Leeds At Northrup 50c
Leeds Travelwear—
~2%
Common class A
1

6%
2%
1%
8%
A

Certificates No 1.
Certificates No
Kirk Industries

2%

10c

Lee Electronics

30
37%
14%

12%

Industries
1
33% Mangel Stores Corp—1
33% Manhattan Refrlgeratg
Mandrel

21%

21

Langendorf United

26

15%

Keystone Steel A Wire 1
Kldde
(Walter)
2.50

Oil Co

cony

Landis Machine (Pa) J
16
Landls Tool Co
.—*
.1
22% Lane Bryant Tnct.

10

Cement Co.

Kin-Ark

4.75*
Lamson

Keystone Portland

Kllembe
Ltd

Sessions—10
pfd A.60
Corp (Pel)... 8

Lamson At

5%
3%

60
60%

Corp.l
3

Lakey Foundry
Lamb Indus Inc

...

Organization Inc__l
Kentucky River Ooal.tO
Kentucky Stone
10
Kerite Company
10
Kern County L*nd_2.50

Class' B
Keyes Fibre Co—

8%
10%

20

pfd

Lake Ontario
Portland Cement. 1
Warrants
5* cony pfd
10
Uake Shore Mines
1

3

Ken rich Petrochemicals
Class A
20c
Kent-Moore

Kerr Addison Gold
Mines
Kerr McOee Oil

.

28

V«
5%

Laird At Co—
-.1
Lake Aircraft Corp—
Class A
10c
Lake Central Airlines
conv

Llng-Temco

Par

Par

Common

1
Laguna Nlguel Corp—

6%%

Stocks—
210

Laclede Steel Co.
Lafayette Radio
Electronics Corp
Units

82

Kennecott

4%

SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 30, 1961.

Par

Stocks—

Ask
655
26

635
25
25

34%

Inc.

Kennedy's Ino—
$1.25 conv pfd

Bid

1

Corp.l
Kelling Nut Co
3
Kellogg Company
50c
Kelsey-Hayes Co
Kendall Co
$4.50 pfd ser A.
Kendall Refining—

73

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS

April, 1961

r

Common

93
81

6%

82

Canadian dollar value, t New stock, x Ex-dividend,

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS
QUOTATIONS FOB ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 30, 1961.

74

1
Stocks—

Par

Bid

Ask

31%

Missile Components-lOc
Missile Systems
10c

16%

17'/s

Mission
Mission

22%

23

Merchants Acceptance
Class A common
Merchants Fast
Motor Lines

•

30

1
Merchants Refrig
l
Merck & Co—
Common
16%c
$3.50 preferred
•

85%
77
44

Meredith

Publishing—8
Merganthaler Linotype
New.
EX

t31%

31 Vx

Merrill Island

Mining Corp Ltd

if

1

Merrltt Chapman
Scott Corp
12.50
Mersick Industries—
Class A common.
1
Mertronics Inc
Mesabl Iron
:
1

Messenger

10%
2%

55%
4%
10V2.
13 Vx

Marking
25c

Inc
Metal St Thermit.

3%
25%

5

Metallurgical
Processing Corp 10e
Metallurgical Resources

house

3 Vx

Metals

15%

*

63%

63%

—1

21%

23%

4

5%

6%

115

1.25

•

9%

9%

Meyer (George J) Mfc
Co

8

Meyercord Col
—5
Miami Copper Oo—
,

Common

1

6%

2 */b

3%

1%
%

2%

212

2%

14%

15%
20%

9%

*

4%
51

Microwave Associates^.
Mid-Continent
Uranium Corp
le
Mid-State Raceway
1
Midland Bakeries—

10c
11

common

preferred-

Midland-Ross Crp com S
5%% 1st pfd
100

9%

5%

51%
15c

12%

46%

47%

4%
51%
96

47%

21%

8

Midwest Rubber Re¬
claiming com 2.50
4%% preferred—80
Midwest Technical

Development Corp

1

Midwestern Instrumen ts
Inc
1

14

17%
44
14 %

73/4

Mlehle-Gross
7.80

5

8%

Mifflin McCambrldgeuS
Miles Laboratories
__2

Miles-Samuelson
Mllgo Electronics

*

15%

1

15%

28

29
23

Mill Factors Corp—2.80
Miller Mfg Co
1
Miller St Rhoades—

20

preferred—100

Miller Van Winkle—

80
8

J

Warrants
Milton Bradley

1

Mine Safety

Appliances

Philipp
Minerals
Minerals

._lo
& Chemicals
Corp
7

Engineerings
Refining

Co of Nevada
Miniature Precision
Bearings class A

Mining Corp of Can

1

2
•

Minitone Electronics
Minltronlcs class A_20e

Minn-Honeywell
Regulator Co
Minn Electronics
Minnesota

St

1.50
10c

•

Mirro Aluminum Co.10
*
Without par value,
y Ex-stock dividend.




19%
85

2%
97%

25c
50

5%
.

40c

3/8

%

43 %
26%
15%

43%
27%

45

16

35

10

Industries Inc
1
Mono wall Homes
10c
Monroe Auto Equip
1
Monsanto
Chemical—2

4%
2%
18
46%

11
5

3%
19
47

Chemical Co—
Amer

shs

1,000 lire

Italy (£1,000)
Monterey Oil Co
1
Montgomery (H A)
5
Montgomery Ward St Co
Common

Class A
Montrose Chemical

ware

35%

34%

Stamped

•
•
1

1

Co

7.00

32%
32%
147% 149
13%
12%

56
11%
133/4
10%

13
36 Vx

Morningstar-Palsley
1
Morrell (John) & Co.10

15 3A

8%
37%
14

10%
4
153

70

23%
43/4

10

Amer

deposit

rets

Mt Vernon Mills
.2.50
Mountain Fuel Sup—10
Movielab Film
Laboratories class A 1
Moxie Co
•
MSL Industries
*
Mueller Brass Co.
1

17%

32%

9
23
34

233/4

203/4
17%
843/4

2s/a
4

3%
6%
18%
32%

17%
%
36%
23 Ya

13%
151/a

11%

Chemical com

4%%

conv

2%
4%

Class

A

Class

B

Napco Industries.

5%

6%

5%

6%

154

154%
4%
4%

10%
5%
8%
3%

Association
Nashua Corp—

1

31%
9%
%
2%
13%

l'/s
3

263
%

28%

27%

25
6%

8%
20%
243/a
11%
25
22
6%
15%
10%

21%
21%
203/4
25%

Called for redemption, see page 96.

K7-

3%

3%

21

247/8
11%

*

*

Co class A

3%
15

16

15

16%
44%

44%

5%

5

5%

57
14 %

6%
24

23

2A
8
50c

8%
70c

4%

4%

A
47/8

%
5%

1%

2

5c

10c

4%

5

Chemicals Ltd
lc
Northwest Paper Co—5

Northwest Plastics.2.50
Northwest Productlon.l

23%
21
25%

19%
26

19%
26 Va

32
32

34
34

75c

85c

23%

24%
7%
1%

6%
1%

Northwestern

Novo Industrial
Noxzema Chemical
Class B common

1

—

1

58

60

28%
7%
54%
83/fe

29

38%
44

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5%

53/4

77/s
55

8%

473',

38%
23/4

40

12

13%

66

68

3%

Nuclear Materials St

4

•

3%

,_10c
.2.50
..10c
—1

2%
17%

11%

12%

0 K Rubber Welders.10
Oakland Consol Corp *
Obear-Nester Glass—•
Oberman & Co com—1

63/4
3%
27%
1%

7%

13%

_

of

Nnoleonic Corp

193/4

37%

7%

20

9%
20%

23c

28c

30

33

5%

Ocean

110
75
8
45

55%

pfd
10
Occidental Petrol—20c

18%
37
7

9%

9%

8%
55%

Northwest Nltro

Nuclear Corp of Amer
(Del) common—10c
Nuclear Development
16
Corp of Amer (NY) 1
11
Nuclear Electronics—le
23% Nuclear Engineer 33 % c

11

50%

conv

Drilling &

Exploration Co
6% conv pfd
Ocean
Products

1
50
#

8c

4

19%
a79
5

3%
19%
13 c

4

28%
2

4%
13%
20
81

7

Ocean-Spray
Cranberries

6%

Nominal,

Engineer ine

Class B

24
7%

Carton
10
New Haven Clock and
34%
Watch Co
1
15% New Idrla Mining
53
and Chemical Co. SOc
n

Northwest

26% Nuclear-Chicago Corp 1

33%

k Last sale,

25

States
Portland Cem't Co—•
25% Northwestern Steel
and Wire Co
5
Norwalk Co Inc
1
7
8 3/8 Norwich Fharm—62 %c
28%

31%

V'-

1

Works

I

•

d Ex-rights,

Inc.lOc
Chemical

Industries class B—•
Northern Engineering

534

38

52

Northern

1 fi

36%

1

1
1

Mines Ltd
Northeast Airlines

5%% conv pfd

1%

if
r

25
4% preferred
25
Official Films Inc..10c
Oglebay Norton Co—1
Ohio Brass Co
1

1%

{Ohio Crankshaft—15

1 Ohio Leather
7/s Ohio Oil Co

Canadian dollar value,
V
'

v=':Z

Inc—

Common

Hampshire Jockey

5

20c

Oil—1
North Hills Electric.lc
North Rankin Nickel
North European

2034

34%

1.66%

183/4
197/a
3%

13%

munications

47

100

3.7%:
19%

12%

Northrop Corp
1
241/, Northwest Airlines Inc
9(i3Z
Common
10
0/8

3%
-:/;3:r"/'

8%
Confectionary
25
73/4 New England Fish—
Common class B
•
37%
71%
10% New Eng Laundries
•
53/8 New England Lime
3
83/4 .New Hampshire Ball
Bearings
3

11%

2%

23% Northeast Metals
Industries Inc
10c
10%
29'% Northeast Telecom¬

%

$2.40 preferred—50

1.0%

2%

38%
± .v
12%
861/

6%

5

44%
%

50

5%

10
.2

43%
%

1

North Central
Airlines Inc

19%

i

33%
33%
15

10

Royalties Inc

3%

15%

10

84

North American
Van Lines Inc
•
North Candn Oils—25c

liS

13% New Haven Board St

1.66%

Merchandising Co 25c

19
23%
20%

1

5%
53%

if

86

—2

10%

North American

48

1

52

13%

14%

18%

l
4

9%
nll%
5%

North American

28%

•

12

1

1
13

North American

5
23

38%
11%

Club vtc

54%
26 %

56%

5

%

26
62

Nesbitt (John J)_.50c
24% Nestle-Le Mur Co
1
32
Networks Electr'ics 50c
49
Newark Electronics—
Class A
2
New Britain Mach_ .10
New Brunswick Oil
Fields Ltd.
9% New England

Now

54

25%

Contracting Corp.lOc

31%
9%

4%
22%

29%

com

71%

Coal_l

North American

Refractories Co
10% North American

10

10

.

70%

.

Corporation

1

Class B

I Preferred

21%
Chemicals Inc
10c
16% IV U"Ut»5 Spring Co —— — — 2
w
No-Sag
16% Noma Lites Inc
1
22% Nopco Chemical com.. 1
60%
4% pfd series A—10o
97
Noranda Mines Ltd—*
Noranda Oil Corp
1
17% Nord Photocopy St
17
Electronics Corp _10c
9% Norma-Hoffman
Bearings Corp
5
94:% Norrls Thermador—SOc
152% Nortex Oil <Ss Gas
1

95

a21%
9%

Neiman-Marcus
Neisner Broa
Nekoosa-Edwaras

*

128 %
$1.20 conv pfd
1
250
300
North St Judd Mfg-12%
105
115
North Amer Aviation.l
26% North Amer Bowling 10c
26%
250
North American Car

Natus Corp
I
33y4 Nautec Corp
5
Navajo Freight Lines.l
18% Navigation Computer.*
1% Nazareth Cement
10
37
Needham Packing Co.*

Narragansett Racing

Class A
Class B
83% I Natco Corp
28
I Nat Acme Co

31%

1

Narda Microwave
_10c
Narda Ultrasonics—
New common
SOc

67

151
126

19

47%

9

93 s/a

21% Nat'l Transit Co
1
18
Nat'l Union Electric.30c
85% Nat'l Video Corp—
Class A
1
2 3/4 National Vulcanized
4%
Fibre Co
1
4
Nationwide Tabulating
Corp
10c
7
Natomas Company
1

Murray Ohio Mfg Oo.5
Musgrove Mills
25
Muskegon Motor Spec—
Preference B
78
15
Muskegon Piston
Ring Co
2.50
23%

8%
7%
37%

15%

10
1
1

.

15%

135
443A
78%
80

%

50c

Television Ine
Warrants

14%
125
44

"%
12%

16%

Industries
25c
Nat'l Pool Equipment-1
Nat'l Presto Indus
2
Nat'l Propane Corp—
Common
1
5 % conv 2nd pfd.25
Nat'l Research Corp
1
National Rubber

251/4

:

1
10
4% Newberry (J J) Co—•
28
3% °k preferred
100
70
Newmont Mining
10
Newport News Ship
28%
bldg St Dry Dock
1
Ntplssing Mines Ltd—1
14% Nlssen Trampoline.—1

96

25c

Corp

33 Vx
29

Nickel Rim Mines Ltd 1

60%

Development Corp.lc

Chemical

26

32%

37
N Y Shipbuilding
14% New Yorker Mag

89

Nat 1

Machinery Co

1%

153
155
33%
337/8
10%
11%
33
30

Nixon-Baldwin

6% preferred
100
Nat'l Linen Service—l
4%% conv pfd—100
5% ser A pfd
100
Nat'l Malleable St
Steei Castings
•
Nat'l Mfrs <fc Stores
1
National Musltlme
lc
Nat'l Nu-Grape Co
*
Nat'l Oats Co
•
National Patent

25%

5

13

1%

15%
15%
20%

Common
S
7% preferred A
100
6% preferred B—100
Nat'l Licorice com
100

50

50

12'/B

20

10c
9% Nat'l Terminals Corp_5
24% Nat'l Theatres St

3%

1

12% New Park Mining
1
1
New Process Co
*
85% New York Air Brake—5
154
New York Airways
1
New York Auction
•
3% N Y St Honduras
12%
Rosario Ming—3.33%
80% N Y Merchandise
10

8%

Nat'l Sugar Refg
National Tank Co
30% National Tea Co
National Telefilm
36
Associates Inc

23%
4%
24%

7»/2
233/8

14%

Warrants
National Lead Co—

Nat'l Screw St Mfg
Nat'l Shirt Shops
Nat'l Shoes Inc
Nat'l Standard Co

7

23%

1

87

50c
50c

Petroleum
Corn Ltd
National Phoenix

Ask

25

Nicholson Pile

Nat'l Steel Car Ltd—*
17%
National Steel Corp
lo
33 Va

35
24

New Jersey Alumin
Extrusion cass A
New Jersey Zinc
8% New Mexico and
28
Arizona Land

28%

Nat'l Food Products.. 1
Nat'l Gas St OH Corp_5
Nat'l Gypsum com—1
$4.50 preferred
V
National Homes Corp—

2% Murphy (G C) Co
1
8% Murphy Corp
1
39% Murray Co of
Texas Inc
2.50
143/4
10% Murray Corp of Amer 10
5
157

79%
35
13%
4%
27%
69%

Warrants

4% Nelly Don Inc.
51
Neptune Meter

23
31

3%
12 a/4

series 1951
100
Nat'l Electric Welding
Machines
1
National Equipment
Rental Ltd
1

13%
Nat'l Starch St
38%
18i/2

84i/2

152%

5

Bid

14%

preferred

Paper class A

1

12%

a

35%

33&

27%

83
27%

107

24%

26%
12%
5%

31%

28%

Munsingwear Inc
5
203/4 Munston Electronic
Manufac Corp
10c

Muter Company
50c
Nachman Corp
5
NAFI Corp
1
Nalco Chemical
1.25
Namm-Loeser's Inc—1

a43A

58

40

Lines Inc
12
Moore Products Co
1
Morgan Engineering—1

Morrison-Knudsen

7.20

8

Mocre-McCormack

Morrison Cafeterias
Consolidated
com
•
7%
preferred
100

353/4
35%

a7%

7% Multi-Amp Slectron.lOe

Ontario

Paper
2.50
Minnesota Mining St

Mfg Co

4%

43

Monarch Mills
10
Monmouth Park Jockey
Club common vtc.lc

Muntx TV Inc

50c

Millers Falls Co
Milo Electronics

Minerals

22%
7%

10s

Miller-Wohl com
4%% conv pfd

1

:

14%
Mcslnee Paper Mllls.lO
48% |"Motec Industries
1
21% Mother's Cookie
*
Motor Wb^el Corp
5
Motorola Inc
3
19% Mount Clemens Metal
46
Prod Co com
1
6% preferred
4
1
143/4 Mt Diablo Co
Mt Isa Mines Ltd

44

Class A

of America
Warrants

51% Morse Electro Prods 25c
96% Morton
Mfg Oorp
1

43%
23/s
96

4%%

24

Molybdenum Corp

Moody's Invest Service
$3 partic pfd.
•
Moog Servocontrols
1
33/8 Moore Drop Forging
1
11%
4% % preferred
50
353/s Moore-Handley Hard¬

n5

Midwest Piping Co

Common

13%

1%

Mid-West Abrasive-BOe
Midwest Oil Corp
—10

Inc

3

12
23

1

16%
21%

%

Midland Enterprises. .1
Midland Oil Corp—
$J conv pfd
—■•

Dexter

1

5%

5
202
2

—1

10

-

10%

6

—•

Microsonlcs

2%

7%

Montecatinl Mining St

3%
11%
32%

Hone

41

•h

5%% conv pfd
20
Michigan Chemical
I
Mich Seamless Tube—8
Michigan Sugar Co—

New
New

39 Vx
10

.

Miami Extruders
lOe
Miami Tils * Til 10— t
Miami Window Corp—
Common
SOc
Warrants
70c conv preferred-8
Michelln Rubber 4k Tire
Michigan Bakeries— t

Micromatic

Ltd

■

Monogram Precision

Inc—

Class A com

6% preferred
Microdot Inc

of Canada

•

Marking
System Co

•

Stubs

5c

121/4
73 %
79

I

Monarch

Eagle Oil—

Ordinary
Meyer (Fred)

Co—

Moloney Electric A
Molybdenite Corp

Monarch Mach Tool—•

29

Metropolitan
Telecommu'ttans _10s
Mexican

13%
12%

1

12

"O

Ware¬
—20

43/4
7%

72
78
7

Metropolitan
Broadcasting
Metrop Storage

38%

8

3%
14 Vx

Metro-GoldwynMayer Inc

11%

•

Materials

1

Par

Slocks

32

8%
27%
12%
%

12% National Beverages—l
14 % Nat'l Biscuit com___10
1% preferred
100
12% National Brewing Co
of Michigan
1
10
39% Nat'l Can Co
Nat'l Cash Register
5
Nat l Casket Co
5
5
National Chem & Mfg.l
8
.sat'l Cleveland Corp.l
1
14% national Company
Nat'l Dairy Products.5
13
National Distillers St

13

3%% preferred
100
4.20 % preferred
56%
100
1
4% Mohawk Airlines
11 % Mohawk Business
Machines
40c
14%
Mohawk Liqueur
1
3% Mohawk Rubber Co.—1
26 % Mohican Corp
1
Moki Oil St Rare

lc
SOc

Common
Metcom Inc

Modern

31

Nat'l Bellas-Hess

11%

Laboratories Inc. 10c
Mobile Video Tapes—1
Model Engineering &

.viohasco Industries
Common

125

124
13

—

Industries

10%

Nat'l Aeronautical
1
40% Nat'l Alfalfa Dehydrat*
& Milling com
3
30%
5
36% National Aviation

41/4 National Airlines

34%

Cement Co
6.25
Missouri Research

1

14

17

30

Ask

Bid

Par

Stocks—

Ask

Portland

Mfg Corp

Mesta Machine
5
Metalcraft Inc
100
Metal Goods Corp.2.71
Metal Hydrides Inc
5
Metal

1

5%

5

1

Corp.

Corp
1
Development-8
Mississippi Glass Co.10

Missouri

4-for-l split

Bid

33/4
16%
40%

Mississippi River
Transmission Corp.l
86%
78 % Mississippi Shipping 5
45% Mississippi Valley
Barge Line
1

25c par

com

Par

Stocks—

Co

5
*

10

13

2%

14%
27/8

22
27

23%
273/s

20
17

22
19

433/4

44

t. New stock, x Ex-dividend,
v.' 1
/

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Bid

64

2%

fa

6%

47%
17%

17%
36
15

22%
7%
1%
18%

24%
8

24

1%
2%
8%

Pac

9%
23
9
16

8%
13

2%

27/B

77

79

25%
18
15%

25%

8%

3%

101

101%

100% 101%
119%
2%
2%

118

32

38

8%
4%
18%

8

4%
18%
29%

93

38%
2%

1

39%
3%

13%
13%
4%

Airmotive Corp
1
Amer Fisherles__5

14%
14%

17%

5
•

Pacific

5%

1

Aggregates Inc
Pacific Centers

16%

5
•

1

Pacific Clay Products-8
Pacific Coast com
1
5%
conv pfd
25
6% 2nd pfd A
25
Pacific Far East Line
Common
5
5%% conv 1st pfd-25

Pacific

17

Pacific

44
17
23

Pacotronlcs

Page-Hersey

Pall Corp class
Pan-Alaska

7%
6y8

15%
4%
37%

1
1

Peoples Drug Stores—5
Pep (The) Boys
1
Pepperell Mfg Co
20

16

74%

6%

5
-25

24%
n25%

10%

10c

5%

49%

50c
20

22%

23

*

150
5%

~i

1
1
•

88%
3%
26%

13% Petro-Minerals

Park Electrochemical
Corp class
•
Without par value,
y Ex-stock dividend.

6

12

Plasrlc Materials
St Polymers Inc
10c
Plastic Wire St Cable_5
Plated Wires & Elec 10c

12
3%

2%
9
203/4
70

$2.50 2nd preferred_5
Poloron

72

1

Ifa

47%
59

95%
%

22%
82%

4%
36%

48%
60%
96

10c

8%
19%

9%
20%

9%
86%

9%
87%

13%
55%
24%
11%

14%

,

12.50

16%

46

42
41
2%
3
3

11%

1

18%

1

5

56
49%
22%
66
88

82%
83
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13%
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9

9% Phillips Petroleum
g
Phillips Screw-.— .-10c

3c

5c

Phllllps-Van Heusen
Corp common.

59%
4

17

9% I Phoenix Steel

9%
see

Class

A

6%

preferred

R C Can Company
R E D M Corp
Rabin Company

page

96.

22

22%

22%

35%
7%
36%

36

1%
70

16%
13

33%
18%
120

2%
6%

%

8%

36%
2

74%
17%
13%
36%
19

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7%
%

%
%
68%
69%
140
141%
28

4%

28%
5

42

%

12

Radar

*

Poor St Co.

6%

preferred

Condenser
1
Radio Corp of Amer..*
$3.50 1st preferred.*
Radio Frequency
1
Radio Shack Corp
1
Radorock Resources. 10c
Rainier Co Inc
10c
Ralston Purina Co—5
Ramco Enterprises—*
Radio

1

-lc
.10
5

5c
22%

5
10c

100
100
5

2.50

5c
1
10
•

Gardner

10

Process Llthograph-lOc
Procter St Gamble Co
Common
2

New common
(ex 2-for-l split wi) •
59% j1
8%
preferred
100
4%
Proctor-Sllex Corp—
Common
1
17%
10
4%% conv pfd—10
n

Nominal,

1

America
Rath Packing

Rayette Inc
Raymond Inter¬

30%
4%
7%
1%
18

15c

22%
32

~8%
1%
19%
46

21%

23%

95c

r

91%

1.10

46%

48%

10%

11

1

13%
2A

1%
14

2%
67%

5

17%
45

7%

1%
4%

40c

national Inc
3.33%
Rayonier Inc
1
Raytheon Company—5

5%%

44
91
97

President Steyn Gold

sale,

Rapid-American Corp.l
Rare Metals Corp of

3%

Platinums Ltd
9s
Potlatch Forests
1
Powdrell St Alexander

5% conv pfd
Preston Mines Ltd

1

2%

'

Mining Co Ltd

7%

10c

Porce-Alume Co
10c
Portable Elec Tools
1
Porter (HK) Co (Del)
Common
5

(Delaware)

9

1

Design

2% Random House Inc—1
3%
Rank Clntei Ltd—
3%
Ordinary
6d
11%
Banner
19%
Refrigerator
2.50

22%

Reading

50

pfd
St

20c

Common
Class A conv

*

Real Estate Invest
Trust of America
Realsite Inc

1

10c

Voting trust ctfs
Reardon
Co
1
Record Vend Mach.lOc
Red Fish Boat Co—
Class A
10c

Red Owl Stores
3
Reda Pump Co
1
Reece Corp common—1
5fc
preferred
100
Reed
Roller Bit
*
Reeves
Broadcasting
St Development
1
Reeves Brothers
50c
Reeves
Soundcraft—5c

Electric

3

Reliance

6%

5%

6

t79%
162

7%
7%

Canadian

160

5%
56%

57%

73%
2%
24

74
3

25

a

7

48%
13%

7%
49%
14

26%

27%

1%
20%
11%

20%

1%

12%

2%

3%

43%

46%

2%

2%

6
13%
29

7%
14%
29%

1%

1%
18%

18

80%
28%

81

14%

14 %

29%

19%

20

20

20%

40%
49

40%

3%
15%

16

19%
1%
%
4%

19%
1%
1%
5%

5%

5%

1%
54%

55%

19%
44

91

17%

7%

7*
23%
8%

8%

12

11

2%
9%
22

2%

10%
22%

1%

1%

1%
18%

1%
18%

28%

1%
4%
7%
37%
15%
18

t New

18H

23%

Republic Aviation
1
7% Republic Corp com_50c
10
$1 conv pfd
10

Resistor

value,

1%

18%

43
13%

Remington Arms
1
Remington Corp
1
Renmar Corp
50c
_50c
Renner, Inc
Renwell Electronics
lc
Reon

4

42%

13%
1%

dollar

5%

a—

lc

80
190

2%
83

59%
28%
60%

Engineering Co
o
Reliance Mfg Co com_5
3% % conv pfd—100
Remco Industries
2

159

2%
79

7%
28%

St

2%

12

27%

8

Bates

5
8

11%

7

Offshore Drilling—

Refractory <Sc Insul—1
37
Regan Industries
2
19% Rehels Co Inc class A..
45% Reichhold Chemicals .1
Rels (Robert) St Co—1
8% Rek-O-Kut Co Inc—25c
Reliable Stores
10

24

24
6%
9%

6

lc

Polysonics Inc
Polytronics Labs—

33% Prince

k Last

21%

23

Co
10
Raybestos-Manhattan.*
Raychem Corp
*

1%
3%
36

5%

11%
86

1

2%
3%

Instruments Inc
50c
5%
56% Precis Transformer_20c
1
49% Premier Industrial
Premier Microwave
23
1
67% Prentice-Hall Inc_66%c
88% President Brand
Gold Mg "ADRS"_5s
83
84
lc

11%

25c

2%
2%

20c

66%

3,310 3,330
165% 171%

50 florlna

redemption,

32%

22

Pratt St Lambert
•
Precision Circuits
20c
Precision Radiation

37

Fabrleken (1000

79%

5
100

Randall Graphite
Bearings
Inc

Polyplastex United—

Prestole Corp com

5%

1

•
23% Power Cat Boat
83% Powertron Ultrasonics •
4% Prairie Oil
Royalties Co Ltd
1

% Phillips Electronics St
44

50c

America

of

Quaker Oats com

Ramo Inc
1
21%
22% Ranchers Exploration
43%
46%
St Develop Co
10c
23% 23 % Ranco Inc
2.50
177
178%
Rand Development—5c

$.K>

common

6%
% Potash Co of Amer
54
Potgietersrust

al02% 102%

100
20%
100
Philippine OU Dev—le
1% PhUlips-Eckardt

for

1
1

A

5%% S F pref
4%% preferred

6

4% preferred
3.90% preferred

Called

cl

Poppell (L F) Co

20

17

Class A

2%

60

15
41
65

a

Prod

Class A
2%
9% Ponce de Leon
Trotting Assn
22%

193

Electronics "wd"

8%

21%
29%
12%

85

53% Radar Mea surements_ 1
69%
70% Radiation Inc cl A—25c
120
123
Radiant Lamp Corp—
17%
18%
Class A
10c
9%
10% Radiation
Dynamics__l
10%
11% Radiatronlcs Inc
*

Polymer Corp—

1%

189

Pharmaceutical
Philips GloeUampen

9

1

Pope <fe Talbot com

90% Pfizer (Charles) & Co
Common
33 %e
3%

!

2.50

14%

2%

Pf audler-Pennutit
10
Pfeiffer Brewing Co_5

3%

Inc

Poly Industries
6% Poly-Seal Corp
49% Polycast Corp
Polychrome Corp

63

20%

Quaker State Oil
Refining Corp
10
17
1
24% Quebec Lithium
77% Qulncy Market Cold
Storage St Whse
50
Qulnta Corp
5c

51

16% Pocket Books Inc
50c
75% Polarad Electronics_50c

•

Petrolite Corp
Pettlbone MulUken

6%

77

88

50
52

10

8

1%
62%

46% Phila <fe Read Corp_50c
Philco Corp common—3
3%
3%% pfd ser A—100
18% Philip Morris com
5

1%

16%
24

25%
88%

14

5 % Pneumatic Scale
PneumoDynamlcs
38

16
56

45%

19%

25
88
86
27

13%

25
5
5

52

Phelps Dodge

1

Paramount Pictures
1
Park Chemical Co
1
Park City Consolidated
Mines Co
_10c

7

10c

18

3
18

15%
52%

preferred
100
Pyramid Elec Co
1
5% conv pfd
10
15%
53
Pyramid Oil St Gas—4c
Pyrometer Co
55

Common
10
5 % % conv prior pfd
1st series
100
5% pfd class A
100
Pittston Co common
r

Plymouth Cordage
Plymouth Oil Co
16% Plymouth Rubber

Petrolane Gas Serv—1
Petroleum Corp of
America
1
Petrol'm Explorat'n.lO

17

25
*

54

Rap-In-Wax Co

•

4% 2nd conv pfd_100
Phaostron Instrument
Si Electronic
1

1

Pantepee oil Amer sbs_
Pantex Mfg Co com
1
$1.60
preferred
25
Papercraft Corp
1
Paramount Motors
1

Filter

26%
♦1%

1

4%
9%

United

4%% preferred__100
Peterson Electronic
Die Co Inc
20c

26%
26%

5c
2% Purepac Corp
Purex Corp Ltd
1
4% Puritan Sportswear
12 % Purity Stores Ltd
1
5% Purolator Products—l
10
Pyle National com
5

1%
15

29%
12%

Timber Co
3
Pullman Company
*
Punta Alegre Sugar. _1
Pure Oil Co
5

n2%

8

26%

14 %

Pulp &

21

15

nl%

*

20

3%

7%
26

Supermarkets-*

96

%

10%

nl2%

13

Polaroid Corp com
1
5% 1st preferred—50

Permanente Cement—1
Permian Corp
1
Perrlne Industries—
Class A common—1
Peruvian Oils St
Minerals Ltd
1
Peter Paul Inc
•
Pet Milk Co com
•

7%

10

Pancoastal Petrol Co—
Vtc for common
Pantasote Co
1




38

10

preferred

49% Paget Sound

11%

Plume & Atwood Mfg_*

Chemical

$4.75
%
% Pueblo

5

36% Plough

Permanent

a4%
12%

Inc

36

10%

12 y4

Fisheries
OOe
Pan Amer Sulphur—70o
Pan American World

Airways

15

10%

4%
12%

*

35%

14

40

15%
3oy4

4

Corp

7%
39%
35%

43

1

Tubes

2.50

(J C) Co
1
Pennsalt Chemicals
3
Penn Engn'lng Corp—•
Pennsylvania Glass
Sand Corp
I

Penney

42

8%

Palace Corp
Palestine Economic

18%
47%

5

50

Storage (HI)
3
Producing Properties
Common
10c
8%
6% preferred
25
13%
9% Product Design &
Engineering
10c
1
~9% Progress Mfg Co
$1.25 conv pfd
20
4%
i
10% Prophet (The) Co
Pubco
Petroleum
1
Publicker Industries17
Common
5

95

2

$3.50 conv pfd
75
1
18% Placer Development
25c
47% Planetronics Inc
7% Plastic Applicators—1

Performer Boat
25c
Perkln-Elmer Corp
1
Permachem Corp—
Class A common_10c

7

Paddock of Calif

3%
30%

15
26
4
31

Cold

11

48%

10c
1
1

Co

Produce Terminal

2% Pittsburgh Steel Co

11'A

60c

com

10
24

Conduit

10%

26%

9

fa
fa

Pitts Coke Si Chemical
Common
10
$5 conv preferred
*
84.80 conv pfd
*
Pitts Fairfax Corp_5c
1
21% Pitts Forgings
Pitts Metallurglcal_1.25
2.55 Pittsburgh PI Glass
10
54

25%

Paddington Corp
Class A

2%

Fibre Co
Pentron Electronics

15%

80%
1%
6%

Bottlers Inc
1
Perfect Circle Corp_2%
Perfect Photo Inc
20c

20%

8%

Inc

10%

Collieries units
Penn Controls
2.50
Penn Dairies class A
6
Penn-Dixle Cement
1
Penn Fruit Co Inc—

Penobscot

10%

Pittsburgh Standard

5c

Common
4.68% conv pfd
Penn Traffic Co

9%
4%

1
5

Piper Aircraft
5% Pirelli Co of Italy—
Amer dep rets
4%
Pitney-Bowes Inc
27

14%
29%

Pacific Tin Conaol,. 1
Pacific Uranium
Mines Co
10c

Pacolet Mfg Co

Industries Inc
14% Pioneer Industries
23 % Pioneer Metals
25 % Pioneer Plastics

14%

10%-

Pacific Petroleums Ltd 1
Warrants

6% preferredPackard-Bell Elec¬
tronics Corp

2.45
53

1

Products

Bottlers Inc

Pacific

America com

19%

8%
395

8

1%
5%

Peerless Tube Co
2
Pendleton Tool
Industries Inc
1
Pend Oreille Mines
& Metals Co
1
Penlck St Ford Ltd 3.50
Peninsular Metal

Pepsi-Cola

21

2

Package Machinery
Packaging Corp of

7
80

8%
12%

11% Pigeon Hole Parking
(Washington)
10c
of Texas
25c
6%
4
PUlsbury Co common. •
$4 preferred
•
Pinnacle Explorat'n 10c
2% Pioneer Aerodynamics
Systems
•
•
2% Pioneer Electronics
7% Pioneer Hydrotex

1

21%
19%

1
2

Northern
Airlines
Inc

25%

Pechlney Co
Pecos Exploration—5c

Co of Wash D C

..

Intermountain

Express Co
Pacific Mercury
Electronics cl A

1
25c

6%

10%

Bid

Par

Stocks—

Ask

n3%

Pickering Lumber—3.75

25

3%

Pepsi-Cola Co
33 %c
Pepsi-Cola General

•

43
16%

5

Industries

24%
4%

of Long Island
25c
Pepsi-Cola Bottling

Pacific

Gamble
Robinson
Pac Hawaiian Prod.

21%
24%

Bid

Par

Piedmont Aviation
1
1
9% Pierce Industries
44% Pierce & Steven*.
Chemical Corp__^^2

Pepsi-Cola Bottling

6

&

Cement

13%

27

17%

5y4

Pacific

Automation
Inc
Products

2%
1

1

Pennsyl Industrial
29%
Chemical Corp

92

*

2%

Stocks^-.

41% Photogrammetry Inc.l
Photo-Marker Corp_50c
27
l
16% Photon Inc
Photronlcs Corp
16
10c
Photo Service Inc
1
1
% Pleseckl Aircraft
5% Pickens Cotton Mills

Penn Anthracite

8

1

Pearce-Ulble Co
Pearl Brewing
Pearson Corp

Corp
18%
Penn-Akron Corp
16

3%

Owens-Illinois Glass Co
Common
5.25
4% preferred
100
Pfd escrow ctfs
Ox Fibre Brush
25
Oxford Chemical—
Class A common
25c
Oxford Electric Corp-1
Oxford Mfg Co cl A
1
Oxford Paper com
16
$5 preference
•

Pac

1%
2%

22

Overnite Transpor¬
tation Co
50c
Ovltron Corp
le

Cons—
American shares
1
Pato Consol Gold

23%

54%
17%

Mfg COO'Sulllvan Rubber
1
S9i
preferred
20
Otarlon Listener
10c
Otis Elevator
3.125
Outboard Marine
30o
Outlet Co
•
Overland Corp
1

P & C Food Markets
Pabst Brewing Co

St

Pauley Petroleum
1
Peabody Coal com
5
5% conv prior pfd 25
56%
Pearce Simpson Inc 50c
18

21%

10*

Lines

Mines

5%
3%

Dredging Ltd
1
2%
19% Patrician Paper Co_10c
Patterson (M F) Dental
26
Supply Co of Del
•
51%

50%

Osborn

Air

11%

Enterprises

Concentrating— 10c
Oregon Metallurgical^
Organ Corp of America

Ozark

10

Co

Pathe Equipment—
Class A
75c
Patlno of Can Ltd—2
Patino

—

Oreclone

.

*

9%
42%

Parmelee Trans
Paterson Parchment

5
4

47

5

Oxy-Catalyst

%
4%
26 V*

10

pfd

cony

Paper

shares.lOs

Owens-Corning
Fiberglas Corp

15%
15%

6% Parker Rust Proof_2.50
18% Parkersburg-Aetna
Corporation
1
7'/4

6%
17%
6%
4%
3%

1
Oneida Ltd com
12%
6%
preferred
25
Onondaga Pottery
•
Onyx Chemical Corp •
O'okiep Copper Co Ltd

Class A

26

Class B
2
fa Parker Petroleum—
Common
_10c
10%

9%

Ask

Bid

41%

Parke Davis Si Co
•
Parker-Hannlfln
1
Parker Pen Co el A—2

2%

1%

Corp

Opellka Mfg Corp

28%

62

40c preferred
7
Olin Mathieson
Chemical Corp
B
Olin Oil St Gas com--1
4% series A pfd
50
Oliver Tyrone Corp
10
Olivetti—
Ads for pref shares
One-Hour Valet
1

Par

Stocks—

26%
21/4

Oilgear Co
Oil Inc (Nev)
Oil Recovery Corp
lc
Oil Shale Corp
18c
Okalta Oils Ltd
90c
Oklahoma CemenUSSo
Okla Miss River
Products Line Inc_lc
Old Ben Coal Corp
5
Old Empire Inc
10c
Old Town Corp com
1

American

SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 30, 1961.

QUOTATIONS FOR ATT-

8 tacks—

Onego

75

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS

April, 1961

stock.

x

60

64

48%
13%
1%

4%
8%
14%
2%
37%

15%
18%

Ex-dividend.
...

■*£

P*r

IU<ki—

Republic Foil Ine

21¥»
63/s
6 ¥2
33 ¥4

Republic Grspblcs 10c
Republic Industrial—1
Republic Nat'l Gas 2
Republic Steel Corp
10

1

173/4
15 ¥2
2 %~
9%
19%

1

Resisto Chemical

•

Resistoflex
Corp
Resort Airlines—

1

1%

Resource
Ventures
1
Restaurant Assoc
10c
Reva Enterprises
1

Revere Copper A
Brass
Inc

12c
15

7%

8

43 %
7
135
57%

Revere Racing Assn
•
Revlon Inc
1
Rexall Drug A Chemical
Company
2.S0
Reynolds Metals—
Common
•

5

Carpet

1

18
9 ¥4
3
22 ¥b

Royal Crown Cola.—1
Royal Dutch Petrol—
New York shs (33%

common_10
Reynolds Tobacco Co—
Common
B

49

23%

100

81

1%

1%

7%

7%

4* preferred
Saftlcraft Corp—

Selection
8s

1%

1%

10c

2%

12.50

1%
17%

Rlchardson-Merrell 1.25
Richfield CHI Corp
•

101
98%

Richards Aircraft

Richmond

•

Homes

Rich's
Inc
com
3%% preferred

•

%
2%

1

100

1
3
25

24
75

Riddle

2%
1%

1
_10

28%

9%

2%
1%
9%
28%

Riegel Textile Corp
8

Common

13

15
80
22

$4 pfd series a
Rleke Metal Prod

»

76

8

20

Riley-Stoker Corp

3

38%
1%
1%

Rimak Electronics
1
Rlmrock Tide-lands 80c

River Brand
**llls

Roadway

Antelope

1

46%

Sams (H W) A Co
1
San Carlos Mllllng-16p
San Diego Imperial
1

3%
54
26

11%

San Francisco Mines
of Mexico
10s

2¥a

San Jacinto Petrol
1
San Jose Petroleum—lc

•
•
■

6

9%
11

1

5

1

Robinson Technical
Products
Inc
20e
Robosonlcs Inc
28c
Rochester A Pittsburgh
Coal common
•

Paper Corp—28c
Sayre A Fisher Co
1
7% Scantlin Electronics—•
Schaevitz Engineering
24
Class A common-lOc

5%%

conv

pfd

42
59

25

Robertson (HH)
Robinson (J C) Co
Conv class A

1

Saxon

25%

7%
20
40

5% non-cum pfd.100
Rochester Button Co_l
Rock of Ages Corp
•

Rockwell

Mfg Co

5% series A pfd
Rogers Corp

13%

16'/a
34%

2.50

Rockwoll Standard
Rockwood & Co com

•

5%
1%
17

6%
4%

20%




par

Conv

1.40

Indus

preference—35c

Scherlng Corp—

550
89
23
16

preferred_30
1

21%

14%

1
It
40c

17%
20%
4%
4

30%

value,

a

15%
1 1

nl5
137

145
19 %

~5%
4%
33

Smyth Mfg Co

Bnap-on-Tools
Viscosa

Corp—1
"adrs"—

64

Snyder Corp

1

1

Seismograph Service

10c

1

Seligman A Lets

20c

Seminole Oil A Gas.Bc
Seneca Palls Mach
1

2¥s

¥2
11 ¥a
18 ¥4

$5.25 preferred
Servo Corp of Amer

•
1

Servomechanlsms
20c
Servonlcs Inc
1
Sessions Clock CoCommon class A
1
Seton Leather
•
New com (ex
5-for-l split wi)
Seven J Stock Farm_l

Seven-Up Bottling
(St Louis)

1

17
4 ¥4

29

tl7¥u
¥b

Oo
1

8

56 3/4
39

70

¥2

Mining Corp
8
Shattuck (Prank G)—•
Shawano Develop
25c

11%
27 ¥2

10¥s
28
12
48 ¥4
38

267b
22 ¥4

8¥b
28 ¥4
lc

l¥a
44%

47a
19

117a
33

29 ¥4

18 ¥2
47a
29%

Sherwin-Williams—
Common
12.50
4*

•

20¥a

•
3

deposits rets

Sierra Electric Corp

1
5¥a Slghtmaster Corp
5c
20
Signal Oil A Gas Co167a

2

Class A
Class B.

36
Signode Steel Strapping
12 3/4
Common
1
13
5% preferred
80
34
Silicon Transistor
20c
30 ¥4 Silver Creek Precision

9%
58

10c

811ver-Mlller Mines

1

25c

Slmca "Amer shares"

k Last sale,

n Nominal,

Solite

Products

IB
lc

Solltron Devices
5c
17
32 ¥2 Sommers Drug Stores.1
50c conv pfd
25c
5
27B Sonar Radio Corp. ,ioc
.25c
¥4 Sonex Inc
-

-

-

12
19

l¥s

Engineering—

1

Class A com
Soes Mfg Co

1
4

141 ¥2
94

South American Gold
A Platinum Co
1
12 ¥» South Bay Industries
Class A_
10c
28 ¥4 South Coast Corp
1
107a South Penn Oil
12%
31
South Puerto Rico
14
Sugar Co 00m
8
49
8* preferred
25
39
South Shore Oil A
27
Development
10c
23 ¥4 Southdown Inc
2.80

Southeastern Factors.1
8% Southern Airways
3
29
3c

l¥a

Southern
Southern California
Petroleum com

6*

conv

pfd

2

28

Southern Industries—•
Southern Md Agrie
22 ¥.
Assn of Prlooe
22 ¥2
Georges Co
50e
22 ¥a Southern Materials
2
Southern
Nltrogan_10e
16% Southern Oxygen—12%
1874 Southern Pipe Line
1
Southern Spring Bed.*
30 ¥a Southern States Oil
lc
10
3% Southern Weaving

44 ¥a

Southland
Southland
142 ¥2
96

Corp
•
Racing—10c

Southland Royalty
8
Southwest Alrmotlve—1

20 ¥2
20 ¥4
16 ¥.
74
74

78% Space Research and
78 ¥4
Development Corp 50c

Space Components—10c
Space-Tone Electro 10c
¥2

32
.86 ¥4
7 ¥4
40c
25
26

30 ¥4
43
9
2

%
3 ¥2
47a

r Canadian

62c
17%
55%
12%
94
2
47

2 ¥4
507b

13
7 ¥4

13 ¥4

4
6 ¥4

4%
7 ¥4
33¥.

8

33%
21%
307a

22

11%

31
12 ¥2

41 ¥4

42 ¥2

57%

58
36

44
32

46

31%
12 ¥»
7
43 ¥s
5 ¥4
7%

33%

11
7 ¥4

9%
3
32
55c

11%

12%
8

433/4
6
i

8%:
~7%
10%
3%
33
65c
11 ¥b

21
83

22

62%
77s

64%

13%

8
14 ¥4

7%

7%

1¥4

I3/*
37%
33

1

Southwest Forest
Products
—1
35
21 ¥2 Southwest OU Corp.lOc
20 ¥4 Southwestern Drug— •
17
Sovereign Resources_4c

34

32

17%

35

100

preferred

Sllvray Lighting

Called for redemption, see page 96.

27
2 ¥2

Shore-Calnevar
—*
393/4 Shoup Voting Mach
1
193/4 Shulton Inc—
Class A common
1
Class B common
1
32%
11% Slboney-C&rlbbean
Petroleum Co
10c
5
72
Siegler Corp
1
7a Siemens A Halske

17a

15 ¥4
18 ¥2

1

B

Sherwin-Williams of
Canada
Shoe Corp of Amer

Corp
56

1

57

Scott-Mattson Farms
9%

£1

22 ¥a
22
22

Shepard Niles Crane

Amer

Corp—1

Inc
-.1
Scott (O M) A Sons—
Class A comtnon_100

1

A Hoist Corp
Sherer Glllett com
Class A

74

50c
Scientiflc-Industries_5c

Scott, Poresman A Co •

•

Shell Trinidad Ltd
Sheller Mfg Corp

93/4

9 ¥2

1 ¥a
16 ¥a
35
12 ¥4

8

Bocony Mobil Oil

5

SoundSerlber Corp

63/4
40%

37

72

1

Snia

86

85

974
16 ¥4
67a

143/4
63/4
6%

1

School Pictures
2
Schroeder Industries—•
-rhuster (Ed) A Co_10

18%

Soroban

%

35

9

8

Smith-Douglass Co
8
l¥s Smith (Herman H).10c

2%

.5
Sonoco Productsu
Sonoma Quicksilver
Mines Inc
lOe
101
100
Sonotone Corp
1
17
16%
5
9¥a Sorg Paper Co com
9%
5% % preferred
100
27 ¥4
29%

32

30%
11 ¥4
4 ¥2

Scott Aviation
Scott A Petser

13
60
59
18 ¥2
15
32

153/i
6%

Kurdle
2.50
Schick Ine
1
3ch!eld Bantam Co
5

Schneider et Cle—
Arner deposit rets
Scholz Homes Ine

13%

Mfg Corp
10c
1
■ft Shell Oil Co
it Shell Tranap A
N Y ordinary
23
16 ¥a
Ordinary bearer
67a
Ordinary registered

19

6A Schmleg Industries
2%
17¥b
67a
4%

Smucker (J M) Co.

37
14
14

1A

Schjedahl (G T)
Schluderberg-

Scientific-Atlanta

Rotating Components lc

Without

Schenley

Schiumberger Ltd

.

*

Mfg Corp—10c

Scharco

Common
5% conv

22%
15%

Ronson Corp
1
Roosevelt
Field
1.50
Roosevelt
Raceway_30c

Rothmoor Corp
Rothron Mfg

39%

36%

36

Smith-Corona
Marchant Ine

60
5

Shell Electronics

36%
33%

540
88

Rollins Broadcasting 1
Rolls Royce Ltd—
Ordinary registered.
Rondout Corp
10c

Rose Marie Reid
Ross Gear A Tool

50
14
17

38%

100

Roper (George D)
Corp
l
Roper Industries—
Ex 200%
stock dir.
Roper realization
1
Rorer (Wm H). WM

26

33
75
68

8
*

Rohm A Haas com
20
4% pfd series A
100
Rohr Aircraft Corp
1

39
46
60%

183/4 Skyline Homes Inc
Class A common
1
Slick Airways Inc
37
5
14% Smllln Pood Stores—
Common
1
3%
Units
95% Smith (A O) Corp
10

36%

Sharon Steel Corp

%
11
21 ¥2

>

Skll Corp

4 ¥4
31 ¥4

33/4 Shatterproof Glass
1574 Shattuck-Denn

15c

8

8* class A pfd—100
Skiatron Electronics
A Television
10c
17a

•

Petroleums Ltd

n3¥4
15 ¥2

—

33
34
72c
19
56 ¥4

(Howard)
Paper Mm*
, Smith
E31ne * French
4%
Laboratories
—•
31 ¥2 Smith A Wesson
8

•
60% Shaler Co
Shamrock Oil A Gaa_l
16
Ex 25 % stock dlv
12%

5c

31%

Smith

56 ¥2
15
11 ¥2

3 ¥2

Yards common—IB
$1.50 partic pfd
18
5c
6% Sioux OU Co
Slvyer Steel Castings-*
Skelly Oil Co
28
Skenandoa Rayon—
4¥a

17 ¥4

Shakespeare Co

Sandy Hill Iron A
Brass Works
1
Sangamo Electric CouB
Sanitary Paper Mills—•
Sanitary Products
Corp (Illinois)
1
Santos Ltd of
Australia
2s 6d
Sapphire Petroleums—1
Sarcee Petrol Ltd—50o

9%

2

23/4
27a
657a Sexton (John) A Co
•
3.50
4% Shahmoon Indus

64
x4

56
79

1

12c

2*

1

...

55
78 ¥a

16

93%
59%
4%
2 ¥8
n%

2 ¥2

50c

Sinclair Venezuelan
..1
Oil Company—
.20
Singer Mfg Co_

9

3¥a

7c

Sargent A Co
15
Sav-A-Stop Inc
10c
Savage Arms Corp
•
Savannah Sag Ref_25c
Savoy Industries
25c
3% Sawhlll Tubular Prod-*

38%

1

2%
77a

7

Voting trust ctfs,

3%
59%
26%
6%

8%
11 ¥4

8

Sanborn Company
Sanborn Map Co
Sanders Associates—

18

10 ¥4
47 ¥2

10

19%

Copper

Mines Amer Shares
Robbins A Myers
$1.50 partic pfd
Roberts ""
Robertsnaw-Fulton
Controls Co com

9%

12

18%

8
22

36 ¥2
13 ¥2

Security Freehold

Select Theatres

60c

81%

33
54%
75c
82%
13
19 7«

8%

1 *%
8 ¥4
18

Seneca Oil class A
50c
98
Serrick Corp class B
1
23
1
9 ¥s Servel Inc common

95
22

28%

17%

30c
36

15c

2%

Inc
28c

7%

35%

4.40* 1st pfd A_100
Salant A Salknt el A.5
Salem-Broslus
3.50

common

6%

6%

19

3%
25c

common

6

26 J/4

Rice

Express

"■lass A

shares

53%

.£1

774
21%

Seeburg (The) Corp 1
Seeman
Brothers
3
5% conv pfd
20
127
130
See's Candy Shops
•
1
14% Selberllng Rubber
14%
5* preferred A
100
35
35%
4%* prior pfd—100
23 ¥4
23 %

St Paul Ammonia
Products Inc
2%C
St. Regis Corp
■ ...lc
St Regis Paper com—8

Assn

10%

31

16 ¥2
45
34 ¥a
42 ¥•

Common

.1

137a

6% Sandura Co common.5c
49%
60c conv pfd
7%

6

...

32

12%

48%

10s
2.80

Rlxon Electronics

Roan

9%
%

preference

89%
3 ¥4 Sebewalng Brewing
13 ¥4 Security-Columbian
Banknote Co

31 %

Class A common

Rio Algom Mines Ltd
Common
•
Warrants series *
Rio Tlnto Co Ltd—

Ordinary
Ritter Company

88%
3%

39% San Juan Racing
2%

1

partic

Seacrest Industries .le

16%

Associated Cos

Rldgeway Corp
Rlegel Paper Corp

46%
250

15%

Sampson-Miller

10c

80o

Airlines

Common
60c non-cum

6¥«

8

44
33 ¥2
42

4% Singer Mfg Ltd—
Am dep rets ord
3%
reg6¥s Sioux City Stock

4¥s

1

Corp

12
97

Ask

Simplicity Mfg Co—
Class A common—1
Simplicity Pattern
1
Simpson's Ltd
•
Sinclair Oil Corp
•

8%

6

i

,

Publishing Corp—

$3 conv preferred—•
Simmons Co
*
20
72% Simon (Win) Brewery-1
20 ¥4 Slmonds Saw A Steel-*
Simplex Paper
1
6% Simplex Wire * Cable •

5¥8

Bid

7%

47%

4¥»
3 ¥4

Searle (G D) A Co
3
Sears Roebuck A Co—3
47%
Seatraln Lines
4
350
Sea View Indus
10c

Clair Specialty
Manufacturing OP—1

Coupon

Rico

Argentine
Mining Oo

3
a—

St John Del Rey

—

,

-

Slmxnonds Precision
Products Inc
Slmmons-Boardman

8¥«

Seagrave Corp
8
Sea Highways Inc—10c
Sealed Air Corp
lc
Sealed Power Corp—10
Sealrlght-Oswego
Palls Corp
8
1
7% Sea Pak Corp
10c
3% Seaporcel Metals

7%

Mining Co Ltd
£1
St Joseph Lead Co
10
3t Lawrence Corp
*
99%
St Lou Steel Castlng-So

%

3¥a

6

St Croix Paper
12%
Saint Gobain "ADRS".

Cedar

93

18 ¥2
3%

40c

19
103

43

Works Co "stmp"
8
Richmond Cedar
Works Mfg Co
25o

Richmond

27a
18 ¥4
3 ¥.

19

Sagamore Mfg
3t

39
23 ¥4

12%
9%

Jafway Steel Prod

1.10

11%

1.25
A—*
Scurry-Rainbow Oil

Lumber

223/4

100
10c
3

5¥s

24 ¥4 Seabrook Farms Co—

38

-.1

common—80e

Seaboard Homes
10c
2:3/4 Seaboard Plywood A

23 ¥4

....

-

Class A

2^/4

2¥a
2¥a

Corp—
...

6%

Scrip to Inc—

Corp

Saco-Lowell Shops_2.80
Safeway Stores—
Common
1.66%
82%
4.30 V conv pfd—100

97

90c

Rich Ice Cream Co

20

AeronauttetL—.*
Ryan Consol Petrol
I
Ryder System Inc 2.50
Ryerson A Haynes
1

1

Ltd
3.80
117a Seaboard A Western
Airlines Inc
3
2 3A
Warrants (10 year).
4%
21 ¥2 Seaboard Allied Mining

2¥B
43/8

Ryan

S A P Nafl
Common
Class A...

Bolt Corp

of America

Barney com
$4.50 pfd serlee

9
15
45

11 ¥2

1

A

44%
19%
72
19%

Par

Stocks—

Ask

105
78
93
90%

Scruggs-Vandervoort

16

811
14%
44 ¥s

19%

Development Oo Ltd

Richardson Co

153/4
70

118% 119%
3abre-Plnon Corp—30c
84 %
84%
•<acol Inc el A com_10e
17 %
17%

Rheem Mfg Co com
1
4%% conv pfd
100
Rhine Westphalia
Electric Pow "Adrs**_
Rhodes (MH) Inc
1
Rhodesian Anglo
American
Rhodesian Broken Hill

Supply Co

69 ¥4

(20 florins)
18% Royal McBee Corp—
Common
1
16 ¥4
4%% pfd ser A—100
3
•
10% Royallte Oil Co Ltd

51%

22%

A

Trust Ltd—
American shares

417b

florins)

42 ¥a
72 ¥2

Bid
104 ¥4
77

Common

$3.40 preferred
*
$4 preferred
*
19
8
9% Scott A Williams
3 ¥a Scovlll Mfg Co com—28
3.65* preferred—100
22 ¥2
Screen Gems Inc
1
Screw A

Ordinary

126% 127%

preferred 100
Reynolds & Reynolds—

Units
Rhodesian

50c

Royal American

Rubbermaid Inc
1
Co
1
1% Ruppert (Jacob) eom.8
Russeks 5th Ave_—50e
14c
1
15% Russell (F C) Co
Russell Mfg Co_
8
Russell Reinforced
Plastics Corp el
43%
Class B
Be
7%
135% Russell Stover
Candles Inc_
58%
Russ Togs Inc—

50%
48%

2nd

3.60% preferred

Products

Class

4% % series A pfd_50
4%% convertible

Class

127«

Ruberold

<-7.50

(Delaware)

12%

14
19

13
18

1

22

7 ¥4

1
1

Engineering

Research Specialties
Reser's Fine Foods
Reslflex Laboratory
Resistance Welder

5% Scott Paper Co-

5 ¥4
21

34
63

7¥a

*

Par

Stocks—

Ask

Roto American Oorp
l
Row Peterson 8$ Co
*
Rowe Furniture Corp.l

67s Rowland
6 3/4 Roxbury

62 ¥e

Republic-Trans con
Industries

3 ¥4
21 ¥2

3

10c
l

Industries

Bid

Ask

Bid

Republic Electronics

Rese

MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS

INDUSTRIAL AND

76

Spalding (A G) A Br_l
Span America Boat_25c
Spartan Mills
10
86 ¥4 Spartans Industries—1
7% Sparton Corp
2.50
50c
Specialty Electronics
Developm't (N Y)_4c
32 ¥4

Spec tor Freight System
Inc class A com— 1
26¥a
Speedee Mart Inc
*
31
Speedr.v Chemical
Products cl A— soc
10
Speer Carbon Co—2 80
Spencer Chemical Co—
Common
8
2¥a
4.20* preferred—10o
■h

25 ¥a

3¥a Spencer
5
Spencer

dollar value,

Kellogg
1
Shoe Corp—1

t New stock,

37 ¥4
32 ¥2

16

16%

28%

29

19 ¥4
34
3 ¥4
4 ¥4

20 ¥4
35

9%

4¥s
5
10 ¥4

12%

123/4

16 ¥2

18
11

10¥4

7

143/4
163/4
19

7%
45
1%
6

9
15 ¥4
18
21

73/4
48
2

36

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66

3/4
67

4%

15 V*

■fs
18
3 ¥2

2¥b
7%
2%
32 ¥4
¥4
33%
383/4
10

16

£

18
4
2 ¥2

8¥b
27b
323/4
%
39%
10 ¥4

7%

8¥s

€¥4

7 ¥4
8 ¥4

7%
22 ¥s
23 ¥a
37
90 ¥a
18 ¥4

41

22 ¥2

25¥b
37%
91

187b
41 ¥a

x Ex-dividend.

27(4
12 y,
90 y4
59%

50c

Sperry Rand com
Warrants
$4.50 preferred

25
Spiegel Inc common.*
$4.50 i preferred
•
Spindale Mills
10
Sports Arena (Del).lc
Spotless Co
1
Sprague Electric
2%
Sprague Engineering. 1
Spur Oil Co
1
Square D Co
5

87

27%
12%

Stewart-Warner
2.50
Stewarts & Lloyds Ltd

91
60
88

dep rets
Still-Man Mfg Corp—
Amer

17%
ii %

Class A
75c
Stinnes (Hugo) Corp_5
Stix Baer & Fuller—5
7% 1st preferred_25
Stockton Whatley
Davin <fc Co.i
4

U%

17

19

%

63
13

any.
35%

66%
13%
18%
36%

Stokely-Van Camp
1
5 % prior pref
20
Stone Container Corp 1
Stone & Webster
1

Fluorescent
Manufacturing
10c

Sta-Brite

Products

Stonecutter Mills Corp
Class A
10
Stonega Coke & Coal 15

2

Stahl-Meyer Inc.
Staley (A E) Mfg O
.10
*
Btancil-Hoffman Corp *
Standard Aircraft
Equipment Co
50c
Common

$3.75

Standard Beryllium.lc
Standard Brands com *
$3.50 preferred
•
Standard Commercial
Tobacco Co
1
Standard-CoosaThatcher Co
10
Standard

Stop & Shop Inc
1
Storer Broadcasting—1
Stouffer Corp
1.25
Strategic Materials
1
Stratford Corp
10c
Strato Missile
10c

....

preferred

Dredging

1

$1.60 preferred
20
Standard Electrical
Products Co
25c
Standard Forglngs
1
Standard Fruit & SS
Common
2.50
$3 partic pref
•
Standard Gilsonlte.lOc
Standard Instrument
Class A
20c
Standard Kollsman
Industries Inc
1
Standard Metals
lc
Standard Milling—
Class A n-v
1
Class B voting
1

Standard Motor Prod—
Class A
2
Standard Oil Co—
California
6.25
Indiana
25

Kentucky

.

.

New Jersey.
Ohio common

10
-7

10

3% % pfd ser A.100
Standard Packaging
Common
1
$1.20 conv pfd
20
$1.60 conv pfd
20
6% conv Dfd
20
Stand Paper Mfg—
Common vtc
50
6% conv pfd vtc__50
Standard Pressed
Steel Co
1
Standard Products
1
Standard Register
1
Standard Screw Co—20
Stand Sign & Signal 10c
Standard-Thompson—
Common
1
5%% conv pfd_12.50
Standard-Toch
Industries
lc
Standard Triumph
International
5s
Standard Tube cl B—1
Standard Tungsten. 10c
Stange (Wm J) Co—1

Stanley Aviation
Corporation
10c
Stanley Home Prod—
Common non-vot.
5
Stanley Warner Corp_5
Stanley Works
10
Stanray Corp
1

6%

Straus-Duparquet —25c
Strawb'ge & Clothier_5
$5 preferred
100
12
11

5
28
27c

25

%
15

5%
31%

28
33
90

31%

Ltd
Stanward Corp
Star Market Co

1
5c

1
Starrett (L S) Co
•
Starrett Corp com—10c
pfd
State Industries
50c

conv

50c

1
Statmaster Corp—10c
Statham Instrum't
1

Stauffer Chemical
5
3 % % preferred
100
Steak n Shake Inc

(Delaware)
50c
Steel Co of Can Ltd—•
Steel Co (Wales) —

dep rets.
Steel Crest Homes—*
Amer

31%

Steel

Parts

Corp

1

5

°% preferred—
25
Stevens (J P) & Co_15
Stevens Markets—
Class A common
1
5.90% conv pfd—. 25
•

Without




par

value,

1
50

:

8c
4
21
98

9%
9%

28

34
__

6
256

4%

Corp
— 1
Sunbury Milk Prods—5
Sun Chemical Corp
*
$4.50 pfd ser A
•
Sunbeam

•
5

Sun Oil Co
Sundstrand Corp

Co

1

Common

Laboratories
Sunset House

Petroleum

1%
6%
10c
25

6%

1%
6%
20c

13%

14

50

56%
35 %
16%
14 >4

34%
16%
14

%

W
35c
28

18%
3%
11

1%
12 "4
31
5 7 >4
78%

45c
29
19 "4

3%
11%
2%
13

—

lc

Sunshine Biscults.12%
Sunshine Consol
25c
Sunshine Mining
10c
Sunshine Park Racing
Assn
5c

Super Market

1

Inc

Supercrete Ltd
25c
Superior Cable Corp—1
Superior Electric
1
Superior Manufac'g 8c
Instrument Corp_50c
Superior Oil Co
25
Superior Tool & Die—1
Superior

Window—

Class A common.lOc
70c conv preferred.8

25c

Supronics Corp

Sutter Basin Corp
•
Swan Finch Oil
5
Swan Rubber Co
1
Swank Inc
1
Sweets Co of Amer—
Common
4.16%

25

Swift & Co

Devel 1

31%
57%

Swimming Pool

79%

76'4

Class A
—1
Swiss Chalet com
*
70c 1st preferred—9
Units

6.30

6.50

Symington Wayne
1
Stock purchase wts.

4%

5%

5%

5

74%

7%

9

9%
12

11%
9%
%

9%

6%
8
275

5

2

Syntex Corp

Syracuse Supply——.8
System Meat Co
1

Inc
2
Systron-Donner Corp *
Systems

10c

Inc

1%
28'4
30

Corp
10c
Broadcasting
1
Talcott (James) Inc—9

24%
15'4

Talley Industries

15

23%

24

29

14%
18%
7934

14%
19%
80%

A

A

2%
7%
9%
1%

3
9

Taca
ra*t

.1

Talon Inc—
Class A com voting_5
Class B com no vot_5
4% preferred.
IO

Tampa Marine cl A—1
Tampax Inc
:
1
Tandy Corp common.l
Tang Industries—
10c
Ordinary

1%

1%

2%

7

registered-

Ordinary bearer
Tappan Company

2
78c

6%
1%
2%

-

9%
3%
6%

46

58

_

_

2%
85c

Development Co__10c
1% Terminal-Hudson
2%
Electronics Inc—25c
Terre Haute Malleable
9%
and Mfg Co
5
7

6%
46%
62

16%

17%

86
53 >4

88
54
22

21%
26

22%
35%

22%
30

28%

6%
19%

5

a

Inc cl A

10c

Taylor-Colquitt Co
5
23
Taylor Devices
25c
32
Taylor Fibre Co
.3
28% Taylor Instrument
5
Taylor Int'l Corp
5
6% I Taylorcraft Inc
50c
20

3%

26%
23%
36
4%

%'-

Called

for

a'-1 to res

redemption,

Terry Industries___50c
Terry Shops Inc
50c
Terry Steam Turbine_5
Tex-Star Oil & Gas

.*

.

see

page

1

Corp

1
10

Texaco
Texaco

18%

8%
1%
4%
20

1%
8%
1%
5

21%

4%
1,225
3%

5%
1.250
3%

2%

2%

6%

7%
13%

13
90

%
23%
15%

135

%
25
16%

49

50

45

45%
5%

5%
36%
4

7%
11 Vi
17 %

9%

38%
4%

8%
12%
17%
10

42
10
4%

43
11%
5%

11

12'

46

49%
2%

1%
17%

18c
18 %

84
14

84%
14%

26%

27%
26%
7%

10c

3y4

3%
6%
50c

6%

10c
6%
5y4

44%

77%
27 Ya

12%

14%
7%

16

13%

6%

7y8
19%

19%
18

n3%
34%
10%
16%
190

8%
46

5%
12c

3%
96.

4
4%
37%
11%
18%
210
9%
48

5%
IP-

3%
k Last

18%
9%

18%

19%

2%
12%

3%
13%

3%

4

ii
39

36

1%

2%

14%

15%
13%
59%

12%

59%

11
8%

12

9%

10

36

34%

37

2%
4%

23
9%
38%
24%
6%

23%

66
98

191

10

38%
25
7

5c

23%
23%

25%
3%
11

2%
1%

26%
3%

11%
3%
2%

23

24

2%
46%
37%
34%
1%
11%

3%
47 Ya
39

37%
1%
12 Ya

2

11

Tractor Supply cl A
1
Trad Electronics
lc
Trade Winds Co
1
Traid Corp (Calif)—1
Trane
Co
2
Trans-Air System
10c
Trans Central Indus.lc
Trans Cuba Oil—
Class A common_50c
Trans-Lux Corp
1
Trans-Mountain Oil

Pipe Line Co

•

Trans-Sonics Inc
1
Trans-United
Industries Inc
1
Trans World Airlines_5
Transcontinental Bus

System Inc
1
Transcontinent'l Oil25c

4%
14%
13
52%
20

8%

5%
16

14%
53
30
9

23

24

83%
5%
1%

84%
5%
2

A
19%

20%

14%
12%

14%
14 %

1%
16%

17

A

1%

6%

6%
25c

lc
Special—10c
Transit Freeze Corp—

Class A
..1
Transitron Electronic. 1
Transltubes Electf'slOc
Transocean Corp of
California
1

1%
40%

30c

2%
8%

2%
8%

2
41

2%

2

Ya

%

13%

13%

27
4%
4%
6%
13

30

9%
6%
22
5%

10

10c
1

1%

2

1

3%

4%

•

21%

22%

1
*

America

192%

9
58

9%
62%

10c

Transue <fc Williams
Steel Forgings
•
Transval Electrncs_50c
Tranter Mfg Inc
._1
Trav-ler Radio
1

Travelodge

Corp

_25c

Treesdale Lab & Tex'le
Processing
50c
Tri-Metal

Works

6%c

pfd

1

Tri-Point Plastics
Tri-State Motor
Transit Co

%
4%

10

35

35%

Triangle

1

20

20 %

Corp—10c
Chemicals
1

2

2%

5%
5%
6%

13%

7

23%
5%
.

Triangle Lumber—

Pacific Land
Trust "sub shs"
Texas Research &
Electronic

Texize
Texo Oil Corp..
lc
Texota Oil Co
lc
Texstar Corp
:
10c
Textiles Inc
1
Textron Electronics_50c
Textron Inc com—50c
stk purchase wts.

*

$1.25 conv pfd

Thalhimer Bros com_5
3.65%
preferred.100
Thatcher Glass Mfg—5

A

13%
34c

14
38c

11
1%
14%
10%

1%
1%
15 Vi

29

29%
15%
31%
10 %

15%
30%
9%

11

77

28%

29%

Thermal-Aire of Amer

10c

mc

1

4%

%

%

Thermal Industries
of Florida Inc

5

Thermal Research &

Engineering Corp—I

1
1

Inc

Thermo-King Corp
Thermo-KJng Ry Corpl
Thermoplastics Corp.l
Thermogas Co
2
Thew
Shbvel
5
Thiokol Chemical
1
Thomas <Sa Betts Co—1
Thomas Industries
1

3%

4

34%

35%

32 %
1

33

1%

1.15

1.25

20%
19%
44%
34
18%

21%

10'

Mills—Eic
impson (H I)
ibre Glass Co
Thompson (John R)
Thompson Ramo

26

19 Ya
—

23%
14%

Wooldridge com—5

78
83

78%

preferred
100
Thompson-Starrett—
Common
70c
conv
Thor Power

Thriftimart

21

22

1

32%
57%

61%

2.50

3%

3%

Inc—

partic A
com

Thyssen (August)
iHuette
"adrs"
Tidewater Marine
Service Inc
Tidewater Oil Co
Common

$1.20 preferred.
Tilo Roofing Co
Time Inc
n

2

29%
29%

Thrifty Drug Stores—*
Tb"row Electronics—
A

84

10%
29%
29%

pfd

Nominal,

33

37%

1

40 v;

8%

9%

10

25%

25%

25
1

23%
al8%

23%

1
r

100

&

Class A
Trico Products
Trinidad Petroleum

Develop Ltd ord £1
TriumphStorecrafters 1
Trout Mining Co
1
Truax-Traer
Coal
True Temper Corp
Trunz Inc
Tube Investments—
Amer dep rcpts

1

10
*

Class

A

conv

19
101%

—

11%

28

27%

A

A

26%

26%

50

50%
%

51%

lc

1

51%

1

15

51%
15%

35

25
80

27

20%

20%

preferred

$1.50 conv pfd.

Disc Clutch—*
TXLOU Corp
1

Twin

Tyer Rubber

10

Co

Inc

—10

Corp
1
Ultra-Sonic Precis'n 10c
Ultramar Ltd—
Ordinary regis.
Amer deposit rets
Ultrasonic Indus
10c
Underwood Corp
*
Underwater Storage
1
Unexcelled Chemical_5
Unilever N V—
1000 florins ord
50 florins "Adr"
Unilever Ltd

"adrs"

Union Asbest & Rub_5
Union Bag-Camp

Paper

36

25%

1

com

series of 1957
Turbo Dynamics
20th Century Fox
Film Corp (Del)
Twin Coach com

Ordinary

9%
4%
1%

1

com

Tung-Sol Electric
5%

8%
4%
1%
35%
25%
40%

11%

Tuboscope Co
2
Tucker Corporation—

Udylite

14

4%

Conduit

Cable Co Inc

44%
36%

21%

*

Machines

Uarco

7%

_

Triangle Business

20

Cotton

Thomastqh

sale,

22%

2%
24%

22

5

4

Oil Co

Class

43

20c

America com
25c
5% conv preferred. 10
Tracerlab
Inc
1

40c conv

Texas

5%

50c

$1.75 prior pfd
Townsend Corp of

of

10%

1

Texas
Texas
Texas

41
2
22

1%

Transportation Corp

1%

Gulf Sulphur—•

Town Enterprises
Town Photo lab Inc
Towne Mines com

6%

1%

Chemical Corp

1

com

6%

&

Texas Capital Corp—1
Texas Gulf Prod_3.33%

Class A

Titeflex Inc
1
Tobin Packing Co
3
Todd Shipyards Corp20
Tokheim Corp
*
Toledo Scale Corp
1
Tonopah Mining
1
Tool Research and

7% Transdyne Corp
Transistor

8
2%
4%
34

55

Tip Top Products

7%

1%

5

7%

12%

10 %

6%
5%

.

Ask

13%

54%
1%

Timkin Roller Bear—•
Tintic Stand Mining. 1

Engineering Corp 1
Topic Electronics
*
Toreador Royalty_62%c
230
220
Toro Mfg Corp
1
73
70
Torque Controls
lc
43
40
*
3% Torrington Co
3%
•
3% Towle Mfg Co
3%
1
13% Towmotor Corp
13
12%

Bid

12

10

Clothes

8%

1

Inc:

Par

Stocks-

Timely

7

6y4
7%

10
Tool Co.*
%
% Thorofrre Markets_25c
195
200
Thrift Drug of Pa
1
6%

434
25%
45%
78%
27%

4y8
24%

10c

25%
7%

7%
5%

:

10
11
65 Ya
97%

Canada Ltd—*

Texam Oil Corp
Texas Butadiene

and

1%

Ask

25

Tex-Tube Inc com
6% conv pfd

Industries
1
Instruments
1
6
6%
International
112
114
Sulphur Co
10c
17c
25c
Texas Natl Petroleum 1
7%
7% Texas Pacific Coal
17%

r4

8

Tassette

Teletray Electronics
Systems Inc
15c
Teletronics cl B
1
Television Industries.l
Television <5c Radar—lc
Telex Inc.
1

Temperature
Engineering Corp_25c
Tenax Inc
10c
Tennessee
Corp
1.25
Tenney Corp class A_1
Tenney Engineering 10c
Tensor Electric

Tanganyika Concess'ns

11

lc

32%

96

Bid

9

Therm-O-Disc

Swingllne Inc—

Szemco

Corp

Telescript-CSP

Texas

Corp..— 1

Distributors,

1
*

32%

—*

Boats

Summers Gyroscope 10c
Summers (John) &
Sons Ltd "ADR"
Summit Industries
1
Sunair Electronics _10c

Distributing Corp..1
Sunset International

1%

Telefones De Mexico

Tel-Instrument
Electronics Corp.lOc

1.10c

Inc

19 %
%

1%

Tele-Tronlcs Co
40c
Telechrome Mfg.—
Class A common.lOc
Telectro Industries. 10c
Teleflex Ltd
*

County

17%
%

9

1

34%

Harness Rac cl A 1
Class B
1

60

6%
8%

1
_20c

Telecomputing Corp.. 1

5
22
103

Sunset Color

10%

Tekoil Corp
Tel-A-Sign Inc

TelAutograph Corp

31

%

81

24 %
11
62

Sterling Aluminum
Sterling Brewers
1
Sterling Drug Inc
5
Sterling Oil of Okla 10c
Sterling Precision—10c
5% conv A pfd
10
5% conv "C" pfd.10
Sterling Sugars
*
Sterling Television—
Class A
25c
Stern & Stern Textiles 1
f tetson
(J B) com—•

58

30%

1
Tejon Ranch (Calif) .1

t33%

pfd ser A 25
5%% con 2nd pfd 30

23%

5

series
series

Sullivan

Oil

Stephan (The) Co—50c

Products Inc

30
25 %

9%

(ex

4% %

25%

Bros Stores..1
Sterilon Corp
1

8%
57 Ya
30%

Suburban Gas

75

Steep Rock Iron Min.l
Stekoll Petroleum
1
Stelma Inc
10c
Stepan Chemical
1
Sterchi

8

Sunray-Mid-Continent

24

10

Inc (HI)
Tecumseh Products
Teco

7

7%

71%

7

Warrants

Steel Improvement
& Forge Co

64

Technograph Printed
Electronics
40c
Technology Inst
2%

Studebaker-Packard—1
$5 conv pfd
100
Stylon Corp (Del)
1

Stanrock Uranium
Mines

Vl9%

Technical Operations.*
Technicolor Inc
1

Warrants

Sulray

49%
70%
45%
54%
90

80

15%
22%
18%

Teleregister

Su-Mark

32 %

14%
22%
18%
19
63

Materiel_50c

24
38

1951
1952

50%

27%

Technical

46

split)
Propane
Gas Corp com
5.20% conv pfd

15 y«

85%

Technical Measure't20c

n28

Suburban

4%
4%

50%
49 %
70 >4
45%
54'/a

8%

44%

42%
2%

13%

Techbullt Homes
10c
Techmation Corp
lc
14%
15% Technl Electronics. 10c
37
37% Technical Animations—
27%'"'27%
Class B
10c
7%

22%
36

2-for-l

3%
3%

10c

Tech Laboratories

Bearer "adrs"
Teleprompter Corp

New common

4%

42%
2y«

Tech-Ohm Elecronic 10c

28

12 Ya

35c

4'4

Par

Stocks—

$1.25 conv pfd
*
Stuart Co
1
Stubnitz Greene Corp 1

11%

%
14%

27%

Ask

10 V*
9%
12%

Straza Industries
1
Strolee of Calif
*
Strong Cobb Amer
1
Struthers Wells com 2.50

13

23%

Bid

Par

Stocks—

Bid

Psr

Stocks—

Sta-Rite

77

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS
QUOTATIONS FOB ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 30, 1961.

April, 1961

Corp

6%

Union Carbide
Australia Ltd
;£A1
Union Carbide Corp
•
Union Financial
1
Union Mfg Co
..25
Union Miniere
du Haut Katanga—•
Union Oil of Calif—25

14
85

14%

5%

%

...

,IU

89
15%

6

5
10
4

5%
10%
4%

50

50%
5%

5

17%

17%

2,350 2,365
117% 122%°
22%
9%

23%
9%

38

38%

12%
13%
128% 130
14%
15%
11
13
35

53%

37%
54

Man¬
50c

2%

3%

Union
Stock
Yards
of Omaha Ltd—
20
Union Tank Car.—*

28%
34 Vi

29%
34%

Union Spring &

ufacturing Co

Canadian dollar value,

(Continued on page 941

t New stock,

x Ex-dividend.

78

United States and Municipal Bonds

for State and municipal securities is to quote them on the basis of the return the
in furnishing the prices below, it will be found that for the single maturity bond
a bid and asked quotation is published—either actual Jigures or on a percentage basis.
In furnishing prices for the
serial bonds, however, we endeavor to obtain the bid yield basis for the varying maturities. For instance, if a certain
bond in our list matures from 1961 to 1975 and is quoted 0.90 to 2.95%—this would mdicate that the earliest
yields 0.90% and the later maturity is yielding 2.95%.
\
.
4U . ..
-•
.
+v,
Therefore, in the following list, it must be remembered the word to indicates that the figures shown are
yield basis for various maturities; aU other figures are bid and asked prices.
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 30, 1961.
„
The custom in reporting prices
fronds yield per annum. Therefore,

maturity
the bid

Bid
Ask
Values shown below
are in S2nds

Bonds—

UNITED STATES

iTeasury bonds—
4y«s May 15 1975
4s Oct l 1969—
4s Feb 1 1980_
3%« May 15 1961.
3%s Nov 15 19743%s May 15 1966
Treasury 3%s Not 15
3 Vis Nov 15 1980
3 Vis Feb 15 1990
3Vis Nov 15 1998
Treasury 3%s Nov

3y4s

103.30 104.6
-A-O
_F-A
-M-N

100.18 100.26
101.10
101.6
99.13
99.11
95.26
95.18

1967
F-A

/-D

1978-1983

Af-N
F-A

91.20

91.12
99.10
97.28
87.24

F-*

J-D

90.28
90.18

91.4
90.26

89.30

3-D

IVis April !l 1964434 s May 15 1964334s May 15 1964
5s Aug 16 1964

1964
,4%s Nov 15 1964
iyas April 1 1965
4y8 May 15 1965
Oct 1

IVis Oct 1 1965
Banks lor Cooperatives—
Coll Trust debs—
3y«s April 3 1961
3 y8s Jun 1 1961
2 %s Aug 1 1961
234s Oct 2 1962Federal Home Loan Banks
3Vis April 17 1963
3.30s May 15 1961
234s Aug 15 1963
3s Sept 15 1961
3y8s April 15 1962Federai Land Bank Bonds—

April 3 1961
3%s April 3 1961
434s June 20 1961
4s Sept 20 1961
334s Feb 20 1962
4s May
1 1962.
4y8s Aug 20 1962
3»/4s Oct 22 1962
4s

1 1963

Vis April 20 1964
4s Oct 20 1964
4s Oct 20 1965
4

33is Feb 21 1966
3>4s May 2
4 V4s Mar 20

1966
1968

434s Mar 20
434s July 15
5 Vis Feb 20

97

98.23
91.26

4%s Nov 15 1963.

196®——
1969
1970

April 1 1970.
5V4s July 20 1970.
4ViB Oct 1 1970 opt 673 Vis May 1 1971—
3 Vis

4yas Feb 15 1972-1967.
3%s Sept 15 1972Federal Natl Mtge Asso—
4y8s April 10 1961—
4y8s May 10 1961—
434s June 12 1961—
5 Vis Sept 11 1961—
3Vis Feb 13 1962—

89.2

90.6
89.10

88

88.8

87.30
88

88.6

99.5
98.26

88.8
99.7
98.28

_

100.7

100.6
100.4
100.15 100.17
99.20
99.16

100.20 100.22
100.31 101.1
100.11 100.13
98.30
99.2
101.7
101.5
101.12 101.20
100.12 100.14
98.4
98
101.10
100.6
99.9
99.7
97.12
97.4
101.28 102

96.16
96.8
104.10 104.14
95.14
95.6
104.8
104.4
101.8
101.4
105.6
105.2
94.20
94.12
104.22 104.26
93.14
93.6
104.6
104.2
92.16
92.8

;

Yield Basis or To

Ask

Bid

__

__

100.20 101.12

—

100.20 101.12
108.24 109.16

Federal Intermediate
Credit Bk Debs—
3.80s Apr 3 1961———.
3.30s May 1 19613.10s June 1 1961

100

__

1

100.3

100.2

100.4

100.6
100.4
100.4

—

—

100.2

100.1

—

Industrial Waterworks—
Ref IVis 1961-70.
School Building Bonds—
IVis due 1962-70
A-O
is due 1971-76
A-O
Water Supply rev ser A—
2.10s 1962-63
J-J
2.25s 1964-66
J-J
2.40s 1967-68
J-J
2.50s 1961-73
J-J
2.75s 1974-80
J-J
2.80s 1981-90
J-J

__

104

5Vis Feb 10 1972

3.35s July 3 1961
3.20s Aug 1 1961
3.15s Sept 5 1961
3s Oct 2 1961_
2.95s Nov 1 1961
3s Dec 4 19612.90s Jan 2 1962

Birmingham—

98.16 99.8
102.24 103.16

104.24

100.8
100.6
100.6

100.4
100.4

100.2
100.2

__

—
—

Mobile (City of)—
3yas gen ref 1961-70

6
Apr 13
Apr 15
Apr 20
Apr 27
May 4

1961

-

99.983 99.986
99.944 99.950

99.933 99.940
99.906 99.915

99.867 99.880
99.819 99.832

1961
1961—

—

100.2
100.4

100.2
100
100.5 100.3
99.24 100.4
100.2
100.2
100.14 100.16
100
100

100.18 100.20
100.12 100.14
101.8
101
102.10 102.18

100.6
99.8

100.4
99
102.8

102.20
101.12

101
101

101.12

98.27

98.31

98.16
97.24
102
102.24
103.24
103
104.16 105.8
107.24 108.16
97.16
96.24
108.24
108
103.8
104
97.8
96.16
102
101.8
99.8
100

100
100.6

100.2
100.8

100.13

100.15

101.1
100.14
102.10
100.4
101.20
102.4
101.28

101.3
100.16

a

102.18
100.12
102

102.24
102.8

bPar to 2.85#

Montgomery—
2Vis Water System Rev—
Jan 1 1962-63
Sheffield 4s 1962-68—
Af-S
Tuscaloosa (City) 4s 1961-63—
Various 1962-1878.

__

Anchorage (G O <5t I S D)
Various coupons
1962-78

__

__
__
—

—

99.471 99.484^—
99.465 99.478
99.418 99.427 „

July 6 1961
July 13 1961
July 15 1961

99.352 99.379
99.403 99.332

July 20 1961
July 27 1961
Aug
3 1961—
Aug 10 1961
Aug 17 1961-—
Aug 24 1961
Aug 31 1961

—

Sep 7 1961
Sep 14 1961-

—

—

Sep 21 1961
Sep 22 1961—

—

Sep 28 1961
Oct 16 1961
Jan 15 1962

———.

;

International Bank ol Recon¬
struction and development—
4%S 1961
—
Values for all listed Issues
can be found on page 4
Panama Canal 3s 1961
J-D

99.319
99.286
99.240
99.193
99.147
99.093
99.047
99.000

98.910 98.953
98.861 98.907

98.841
98.763
98.744
98.612
97.816

98.813
98.748
98.719
98.584
97.776

Rico (Commonwealth)
Commonwealth G O
Various
-1962-80
Water Res Auth rev
Various
1962-96

Aqueduct & Sewer Auth rev
Various
1962-77
Aqueduct rev 3Vis
1979
Aqueduct rev 4s
.-1992

Arecibo G O varlous_1962-75

Capital of Puerto Rico G O
Various
1962-78
Mayaguez GO
Various
-1962-75
-

Ponce G O

varlous—1962-73

J-J

1961-65

—

Utility rev various.. 1962-82

—

Af-S
Af-S

3%s 1979
3.70s 1980

Phoenix (City 01 >—
Water Revenue (1st Issue)
2s 1962-1977
J-J
Water Wks Rev (Ser 1949)
3s 1961-66
i
J-J
2 Vis
1961-73
J-J

—
—

„
—

—
—
—

—

—
—

—

Capital Improvement
5s 1962-1966
3s 1967-1969

series C

A-O
A-O
A-O
A-O

——

3V4s 1970-1978
3.40s 1979-1981

—

Highway Authority—
Highway- Auth Series D
6s 1962-1963
— A-O

A-O
A-O
A-O

3.60s
1964-1974
2s 1975
3.60s 1976

Highway Auth
6s 1961-1963
3s 1964-1968
3y4s

series E

1969-1973

Af-N
Af-N
Af-N
.—Af-N

1974-1979
Southeast Alabama Gas Disv—
4Vis 1st mtge Nat Gas
3.40s

revenue

1989

Called for redemption, see page

A-O

2y4S
1974-78
J-J
General obligations—
2 Vis
1967-70—__J-J
2s 1970
.—J-J
2y4s 1971-75
J-J

.>1952 Water Bonds—
"

J-J

2 Vis 1961-63
3s
1964-71.

b2.25 to 4.35#

—

„

93
90
95
92
b2.25 to 4.00#

__

4.00#

—

b2.25 to 4.00#
b2.25 to 3.90#

—

—

bl.75 to 2.40#

b2.00 to 2.65#
b2.75 to 3.10#

—

__

b3.20 to 3.50#
b3.50 to 3.65#

—

_

_

b2.00
b2.50
b3.10
b3.55

to 2.40#

to 3.00%
to 3.45#
to 3.65#

90

96. b Basis, f Flat

b2.25 to 4.25#

__

b2.50 to 4.40#
b2.50 to 3.75#
b2.50 to 4.25%

__

—

__

b2.25 to 4.10#
b2.25 to 4.25%

__

__

b2.00 to 3.75#

—

b2.00 to 2.50# —
b2.00 to 3.30#
b3.30 to 3.75#
__

__

b3.00 to 3.25 #
—

— _

__

3.25

b3.30tO 3.50#
b2.00 to 2.33#
b2.30 to 3.30#
b3.35 to 3.60#

__

__

__

b3.00 to 3.25#

—

bl.75 to 3.05#
b2.00 to 4.10#
b2.00 to 4.00#

—

:

__

—

CALIFORNIA

J-J

bl.50 to 3.05#

2%S 1961-66Af-N
3s 1967-74
Sf-N
3s 1975-79 opt *74
_Af-N
State Schools Aid (1954 Issue)
5s 1961-1966:
Af-N
2 Vis 1967-1975
Af-N
is 1976-80 opt '75
State School Bldg Aid.

bl.25 to 2.50#
b2.65 to 3.15#
b3.55 to 3.65#

4 Vis

Olympiad

State School

b2.25 to 4.00#

b2.00 to 2.40%
b2.50 to 3.55#

_

ARKANSAS

Little Rock wat 4s '61-78 F-A

bl.50 to 2.40#
b2.50 to 2.70#
b2.80 to 3.35#
bPar to 3.50#

__
__

3.75

Highway refunding—
3s April 1 1969-72
A-O
3s April 1962-72
A-O
Hot Springs 3s rev 1961-83
—

_

b2.25 to 4.30#

—

b2.10 to 4.10#

_

—

b2.25 to 4.50#
101
102

Tucson (City of)— ;'
Wat rev IVis Mar 1 1967

100.12

:

b2.00 to 2.45#

ARIZONA

—

100.12 100.28

b2.25 to

bPar to 2.50#
b2.20 to 3.25#

—

Education Authority

Capital Ircnrovement ser A
5s 1962-3.966
M-S
3yas 1967-1970
MS
3.60s 1971-1974
Af-S
3.70s 1975-1978
Af-S

1962-64

__

ALABAMA
3%s refunding

Airport rev 4Vis

Water rev various_1962-72
Ketchikan (G O & I S D)
Various coupons
1962-75

Puerto

—

Tele rev various
1962-78
Port revenue 5.40s
1998
Fairbanks (G O <fc I S D)
Various coupons—1962-76
Juneau (G O <5t I S D)
Various coupons
1962-81

3ViS 1972-77__________J-J

100.8

-i'

bl.75 to 3.50#

__

Jun 22 1961.
Jun 23 1961
Jun 29 1961

99.290
99.256
99.208
99.160
99.111
99.056
99.007
98.958

•

av.anira

__

—

99.682 99.697
99.626 99.639
8 1961—99.578 99.593
15 1961
:
*
99.526 99.542

-

100
100.2

b2.00 to 3.25#

Gen fund 4Vis 1961-66—JrJ®

__

May 25 1961
Jun
1 1961
Jun

__

99.773 99.784

.

b3.60 to 3.70#
b3.75 to 4.00#

—

99.731 99.744

May 11 1961—
May 18 1961

b2.90 to 3.00#
b2.00 to 3.55#

—

Bills—

1961
1961
1961

b2225 to 2.40#
b2.50 to 2.75#

A-O

—

Apr

_

Mobile County—-

__

100.2
100.4
99.29 99.31

United States Treasury

b2.15 to 3.50#
b2.25 to 3.60#
b3.70 to 4.15#

__

TERRITORIAL
100.2
100
100.4
100.2
100.3
100.1
99.29
99.31

Yield Basis or To
Ask
Net

Bid

Bonds-

Net

(Continued)

Federal Natl Mtge Asso
334s Mar 11 1968
43-is Apr 10 1969
43sS April 10 1970
4y8s Sept 10 1970
4y8S Aug io 1971

Jun

100.9

100.7
100.5

♦Subject to all Federal taxes,




88

98.21
91.18

-J-D

3%s Feb 15 1962.
4s Feb
15 1962.
3y4s Feb 15 1962
iy2s April 1 1962—
4s May 15 1962
4s Aug
15 1962.
3y4s Aug 15 1962IVis Oct
1 1962.
334s Nov 15 1962.
2%s Feb 15 1963iyas April 1 19634s May 15 1963iyas oct
1 1963-

4Vis Dec 12 1966

93.20
99.2
91.28
91.20
99.14
98.2

99.28
94.8

3-D
2y2s 1964-1969 Dec
2yas 1965-1970
2 Vis Mar 15 1966-1971
J-D
2yas 1967-1972 June
MS
2 ViS 1967-1972 Sept
3-D
1V4» 1967-1972 Dec
J-D
2y4s 1959-1962 June
3-D
2y4s 1959-1962 Dec
Treas Ctfs of Indebtedness—
4%s May 15 1961
3y«s Aug 1 1961—
Treasury Notes—
3% May 15 19614s Aug
1 19611 Vis Oct
1 1961.

4'As Sept 10 1962—
3y4s Mar 11 1963
4 Vis Nov 12 19C3
4S4s Jun 10 1965—

93.12

96.28
99.26
94

-MS

1963-1988

234s May

93.28

100.2
100
100.19 100.22

2yas 1964-1969 June

IVis

93.20
99

15 1966

3y4s May 15 1985
3s Feb 15 1964
3s Aug 15 1966—
3s Feb 15 19952%s Sept 15 1961
2%s 1960-1965
2%s Feb 15 1965
2Vis Nov 15 1961
2Y2S 1962-1967 _
2y2s Aug 15 1963
2 Vis

101.30 102.6
102.6
102.14
101
101.4

_

:

Bonds—

1961-71

Bldg ser G—

(1958 issue)— :V :
5s 1962-1966
Af-S
4 Vis 1967
Af-S
3yas 1968-1985
Af-S
State School Bldg Aid
Law of 1958 series W
5s 1962-1967
M-S
3yas 1968-1972
M-S
3 Vis 1973-1984
M-S
4s 1985-1986
M-S

bl.25 to 2.50#
b2.80 to 3.60%
b4.00 to 4.10#

bl.25 to 2.50#
__

b2.75 to 3.60#

bl.60 to 2.65#
b2.75 to 3.00#
b3.10 to 3.60#
__

__

__

__

__

__

—

2.65
—

__

__

—

3.60

__

__

3.65

3.65
__

—

—

,

__

—

3.90
3.65
__

—

__

—

4!

Veteran's Bonds Act Yot
series S—
5s 1962-1966
4s 1967

1958

A-O

__

b2.75 to 3.10#

3Vis 1974-1984
Veterans' Bonds
Act of 1958 series U
5s 1962-1966
4 Vis 1967
3Vis 1968-1970

F-A
F-A
F-A

F-A

3Vis 1971-1978
4s 1979-1980

F-A
48 1981-85 opt 1980—F-A
Veterans' and State School
Building Aid—

price, n Nominal.

__

2.65

M-S
.

M-S
M-S
M-S

M-S

__

b3.15 to 3.60#

3Vis 1968-1973

5s 1962-1967
3y4S 1968-1971
3 Vis 1972-1976
3%s 1977-1982
4s 1983-1986

bl.35 to 2.50#

_

bl.50 to 2.50#
__

b2.75
b2.95
b3.50
b3.55

to 2.90#
to 3.45#

bl.60
b2.75
b3.00
b3.40

to 2.65#
to 2.95#
to 3.30#
to 3.55%

to 3.55#
to 3.60#

__

__

2.65
__

__

—

__

__

__

__

3.60

;.=3-.

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL
Yield Bull
Bid

Bends—

Toll Bridge

Is 1984 opt 1979
Harbor Improvement—
l%s 1962-76

Colorado Springs
99 %
104%

to
to
to
to

Issue)
J-J

2%s 1963-70
3s
1971-78

J-J
J-J

2%s 1979

—

—
—
_

Los Angeles (City)—
3Vis water wks 1961-75
4%s water 1961-70
A-O
4s 1961-68
J-J
4%s 1962-69
MS
2s 1968-87
A-O
l%s 1961-67
A-O
Refunding rev Issue of 1943

4.10
—

—

bl.75 to 2.00%
b2.25 to 3.55%
b3.40 to 3.90%

School District No.
2s 1962-63
2.10s 1964-67—
El Paso County—

__

—

4.15

3.85%
3.10%
2.90%
3.00%

—

—

__

—

4.10%
3.40%

_

—

1961-68_

bl.70 to 3.50%

M-N
M-N
2 Vis 1986-89
M-N
Elec Plant Rev (1952 issue)
lVis 1962-65
J-D
2s 1966-72
T-V
J-D
2Vis 1973-842 Vis 1985-92
-J-D
Elec Plant Rev (1952 lame)

2 Vis
2 Vis

-A-O
A-O

1962-68
1969-77

2%s 1978-83
A-O
Elec Plant Rev (1954 issue)
2.00s 1965-1968
A-O
2 y«s 1969-1973
A-O
2 Vis 1974-1977
—A-O
2.60s 1978-1981
A-O
2.70s 1982-1984
A-O
Flood Control District
3Vis May 1 1961-1983

High Ac Junior College Diet
3Vis Election 1958 ser B
1961-1983

J-D

Metropolitan Transit Auth
rev

3.90%

__

__

_

_

4.00

__

b2.00 to 3.20%
b3.20 to 3.90%
b3.85 to 4.05%

_

_

__

4.00

__

V
b2.00 to 3.35%
b3.40 to 3.90%
b3.85 to 3.90%

If-8
Water Wks Rev (Issue of '49)
2s 1963-68
M-Jf
2 Vis 1968-78
M-N
2 Vis 1979-89
M-N
Los Ang City High Sch Dlat—
2 Vis 1962-72
J-J
2 Vis
1962-72
T- J
2s 1962-72
T-J
Election 1952 series O—
2 Vis 1961-1979
J-J
Election 1958 series P—
4s
1961-1985
J-D
Los Angeles County
Flood Control District—
2 Vis 1962-94
A-O
2 Vis 1961-1983
M-N
3 Vis 1961-83
M-N

4s 1962-1989

AT-S

b3.00 to 3.40%
b3.40 to 3.85%
b3.85 to 3.90%

San

3.90
bl.70 to 3.50%

bl.70 to 3.50%

103 %

105 Vi

b2.50 to 3.40%
b3.35 to 3.90%
b3.90 to 4.00%
b2.00 to 3.60%
b2.00 to 3.65%
b2.00 to 3.70%

bl.70 to 3.90%
bl.70 to 3.60%

—

—

—

—

__

—

Waterbury
1.30s

1961-71

Sewer rev 2Vis 1985
Sewer Rev 3Vis 1985
Vero Beach ref 3s 1979
West Palm Beach (City of) —
Wat St Sewer rev ser A

UillL. *

b3.10 to 3.25%

J-J
-J-J
J-J
T-J
J-J

—J-J
-J-J
T-J
J-J
T-J
J-J
J-J

J-J
J-J
J-J
F-A

J-J
M-N
A-O
P-A
J-J

J-J
M-N
M-N

M-S
P-A

M-N
M-3

M-N

i

^

—

—

—

__

3.25

—

—

—

b3.25 to 3.55%
__

_

—

3.60
3.60

b3.65 to 3.75%
_

__

—

3.80

b3.80 to 3.90%
b3.95 to 4.05%

__

b3.00 to 3.35%

b3.00
b3.00
b3.10
b3.00
b3.00

to
to
to
to
to

_

3.70%
3.90%
3.80%
3.60%

b2.80 to 3.05%
b2.80 to 3.55%
b2.80 to 3.15%
to
to
to
to

3y4s April 1 1962-1980
3s 1962-1979
2Vis March 15 1962-77

M-N

A-O
M-N

F-A
J-J

Delaware Memorial BridgeAs 1978

bl.85
bl.85
bl.85
bl.85
bl.85
bPar
bl.60
—

to
to
to
to
to
to
to

_

104%

b2.70 to 3.50%

_

1.40s 1961-1968
1.40s 1969

J-D

J-D

__

State Highway Refunding—
1.40s 1961-1963
J-D
1.40s 1964
,_J-D
Sussex Co lVis 1961-73) _M-N

b4.10 to 4.40%

_

Wilmington 1.70s 1961-81_J-D

b3.50 to 4.20%

_

—
—

3.40 %

__

3.40%

__

3.45%

__

3.45%
3.60%
3.95%
3.25%
—

__

—

4.00

—

__

4.00

b3.30 to 3.80%
b3.05 to 3.45%
b3.05 to 3.15%

84 Vi

Dade

See page

81

3%s

-F-A

bl.75 to 3.25%

•Tax free in Connecticut.

tBld price to option date,

a

b2.30

2.10%
3.70%

89
65
b2.10 to 2.60%
87

—

98
b4.00
b3.85

3.80%
3.70%
_

—

—

__

_

__

—

—

—

_

„

—

__

—

—

91Vi

_

100%

103

196 Vi
196 Vi

s

Australia

15-year

196 V4
196 Vi
196%
196 y8
•f96y«

46%

(Commonwealth )3Vis 1962
F-A
3 Vis 1966.
3 Vis 1967.
3Vis 1969
J-D
4Vis 1971
J-D
4Vis 1973
M-N
5s 1972
M-S
5s 1978
M-N
5Vis 1979
M-S
5y4s April 1980_A-O
5y4s Oct 1980—A-O

2o-year
20-year
15-year
15-year
15-year
15-year
20-year
20-year
20-year
20-year
Internal loan 3 Vis 1964—
■\Cj Quoted per £20
Austria (Republic of)—
5%s extl s f $ bonds '73-JAustrian Govt 4Vis 1980
J

4s sink fund 1964
Bxl loan s f 5 Vis

100
91
91

92%
92 y4
95%

93%
93 y4

96
95

91%

100
100%
k97Vi Mar 30

iooy4
96%
96%

102
97%
97 %

f40Vi

41 %

98 Vi
.

99
89

1130
f93

F-A

k95%

A-O

42

45%

99 Vi
103%

J-D

1972 M-S

Jan 24

100
105

Berlin (City of)—
J-D

1958

6s

4Vis series A 1970-

4Vis series B 1978—
Bogota ((Mtge Bank)—
7s May 1947

89
86

M-N

180

7s Oct 1947
A-O
Bolivia (Rep) Ext 8s 1947 M-N
External 7s 1958
J-J
External s f 7s 1969External 8s 1940-

180

—

__

Brazil (United States
8s external 1941

118
-118
fl8
118

20
20
20
20

f!2%

J-J

of)—
J-D

1132

J-D
J-D

96
1132

J-D
A-O

95
1117
83

Stamped 3.5% 1978
7s Cent Ry Elec 1952

4.00%
4.30%
4.30%

101 Vi
*102
101

Extl 6Vis (1927) 1957
A.O
Stamped 3.375s 1979
A-O
Externa*! $ bonds of 1944—
SVisferiesNo. 1
3V4s I leries No. 2
3%8' leries No. S
3Vis leries No. 4
3Vis Series No. 5
3Vis 3eries No. 8
3 Vis Series No. 11
3Vis Series No. 12
3Vis Series No. 13

tin
83

97%
97 V*

98%
98 Vi
98
96
96

J

96%

Series No. 14
Series No. 15
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series

98%

96
94

No. 18
No. 19
No. 20
No. 21

3Vis

b Basis.

99%

96%

3 Vis
106

99%

98%

3Vis
3 Vis

100

Called for redemption, see page 96.

97

3Vis
3 Vis
3V4s
3 Vis

b3.10 to 4.00%
b3.90 to 4.00%
105

—

—

82

s

Stamped 3.375s 1979—A-O

97%

3.90%
104
104

b3.80

f $ bonds 1973—MS

f 7s ser A 1945
J-J
f 7s ser B 1945
——J-J
Extl 1 f 7s ser C 1945
J-J
Extl s f 7s ser D 1945
J-J
Extl s f 7s 1957 1st ser—A-O
Extl sf 7s 1957 2d ser—A-O
Extl s f 7s 1957 3d ser—A-O
30 yr a f $ bonds 3s '78_J-J
Extl
Extl

b2 00 to 2.75%

Road Revenue—
6s 1963-1969
F-A
4.10s
1970-1988
F-A
Port Authority (Ser B)
4.70s 1999
A-O

Anticipating warrants—
1962-1971
J-J

__

1972-

3.10%

b3.30
b4.00
102
102

Extl avis (1926) 1957

County—

Highway 5s 1981-06
Special Co Building—

86

s

Adjustment l-3s 1993

bl.80 to 4.00%
bPar to 4.00%

b4.50

ioey4

—

3.15

_■

b4.50
Florida state Turnpike Auth—
3y4s (1955 series) 1995-A-O
_^99%
FSIC Lower Tampa Bay—
* *
100
Bridge rev 3V4s Sept 1 1981Coral Gables—Ref of 1944
3Vis optional 1979
98

b2.90 to 3.50%

i04y4

debt'adjustment

105%

—

5y4s

—„

bl.80 to 3.15%

b4.40

—

Antioquia Col (Dept of)

4Vis series S 1965

County Road At
Bridge revenue

bPar to 3.45%

bPar to 3.90%
bPar to 3.90%

Akershus (Dep of) 4s 1968 MS
Amsterdam (City of) Holland

Pinellas

bPar to 2.85%

b2.10 to 3.10%
b4.20
4.10%

Stamped 3.5% 1978

J-D
J-D
J-D

—

FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS
AND CITIES

Belgian (The) Congo—
5Vis extl loan 1973
Belgium (Kingdom of) —

FLORIDA

5s
1965-1974
4.85s 1974-1989
4.80s 1990

3.90%

Dept adjustment

Florida Develop Commission—

b3.25 to 3.45%
b3.45 to 3.70%
bPar to 3.10%

b4.00

b2.90 to 4.00%

3Via 1983-84

Baden (Germany) 7s 1951-J- ■
Bank of Colombia 7s 1947-A-C
Bavaria (Free State 1—

3.70%
330%
3.85%
3.90%

bl.80 to 4.00%
__

4.10%

80

.

3.70%
b3.00 to 3.70%

b2 30
b2.80
b3.00
b3.00

b4-20

—

_

3.60
3.60
3.65

b3.10 to 3.45%
b3.45 to 3.55%
b3.60 to 3.65%

__

b2.10 to 3.10%

__

b3.30 to 3.55%
—

bl.65 to 2.45%
b2.60 to 3.40%

_

DELAWARE
3.40s various 1961-1977
3.30s Sept 1 1961-1978

lVis 1968

Colorado (State of)—
State H'way Fund Revenue




5s

1961-71

1.60s 1961-71
lVis public Imp 1961-64

COLORADO

2 Vis

2V4s non-call ref 1879
M-S
1977
Tampa ref 4s 1962-65
M-S
Special Obligation—
Cap imp 3.70s 1983
A-O

b2.70 to 3.05%
b3.35 to 3.45%

J-J

J-J
J-J

Sanford ref lVis-2Vis

_

(dated

opt '56

1.40s 1962-69
1.70s gen imp 1962-71
Norwalk (City)—
•4Vis sewer 1961-63
3.40s 1961-1979
Norwich 4%s 1962-65
Stamford (City) —
2s school 1961-68

__

(City and County)—

Tri-Dam Revenue—
3.05s July 1 2004
CANADA

b2.10 to 3.15%
b2.60 to 3.60%
b2.60 to 3.20%
b2.60 to 3.50%
b2.60 to 3.55%
b2.65 to 3.60%
b2.70 to 3.55%
b2.70 to 3.85%
b2.70 to 3.75%

J-J

To

Not

195'

Revenue 4y4s 1992
Miami (City oft —
Wat Rev 2s Dec 1 1967
Wat Rev 2Vis 1980-82—J-D
Sewer G O 4.30s 1987-93-J-J
Sewer rev 4.30s 1993
J-J
Orlando ref 4s 1962
F-A
Util com 3y4s 1980
A-O
St Petersburg—

b2.80 to 3.00%
b3.00 to 3.05%

J-J

or

Jax Express Authority—

Highway and Capital Imp—

b3.50 to 4.25%

4Vis water 1961-77
J-J
4s water dlst 1961-63
J-D
Airport bonds (1945 ser O—
2 Vis 1962-68
F-A
School bonds 1948 series B
lVis 1962-66
A-O
Hetch Hetchey 4Vis 1967-77.
Spring Val 4Vis 1967-69-J-J

2 Vis 1962-78
2s 1961-89
Merlden 1.40s 1962-70
New Haven lVis 1961-68

lVis 1961-1979

bl.70 to 3.60%
b2.00 to 3.65%

l%s June 1 1961-1968
2s June 1 1967-76
Unified School District—
lVis June 15 1961-67

Nov 1 1949
1Vis Nov 1 1961
1 Vis NOT 1 1962-84—
5s water 1981-69

3.90s 1968-1971
4s 1972-1977

—

bl.70 to 4.10%
bl.70 to 3.90%

b2.75 to 3.30%
b2.75 to 3.30%

Various purposes

3 Vis 1974-1975
3 Vis 1976-1989
3.60s
1990-1991
3 Vis 1992-1993
3.65s 1994-1997
Sixth Series
3 Vis 1968-1981
3.30s 1982-1989
3 Vis 1990-1997
Seventh Series
6s 1964-1966
4 Vis 1967
6s 1968-1969
5s 1970-1974
4 Vis 1975-1977
4.20s 1978-1988
4M»s 1989-1997

—

Diego 5s 1962-1966
F-A
4Vis water1961-66.
Water system extension

San Fran

—M-N
F-A

Metropolitan District—

b3.85 to 3.90%

Metropolitan Water District
of Southern California—
Waterworks Bonds
3.10s Nov 1 1961-70

A-O
J-D

East Hartford (Town)—
2s 1962-65
Hartford County—

series of 1958—

5%s 1983

J-J

Fourth Series

4.05

__

bl.70 to 2.80%
b2.70 to 3.85%
b3.80 to 4.00%

_

bl.75 to 2.85%
bl.50 to 2.40%

6s 1963-1966
4s 1967-1968
3 Vis 1969-1973

__

2 Vis 1966-72
2 Mis 1973-85

M-S

Expressway Rev series

Fuel Tax—
Green wich-Killingly—

_

M-N

b2.15 to 2.75%

1962-1977
2 Vis 19t>l-1978
J-D
2s 1961-1974
M-N
l%s 1961-84
A-O
1%S 1961-70
M-N
Greater Hartford Bridge—
4.70s 1961-1968
J-J
3 Vis 1980-1987
J-J
Expressway Rev St Motor

4.10

b2.00 to 3.95%

__

A-O

2 Vis

1%S
3rd issue of 1944

b3.50 to

bl.80 to 2.00%

CONNECTICUT

„

__

1969-76—
lVis 187S-78Issue of 1949
2s 1961-64

A-O

School District No. 11
lV4s 1962-65
l%s 1961-63——

Issue Of 1944

2s

bl.75 to 3.10%

1

3.10s 1961-1980
3 Vis 1961-1988
2 Vis 1961-1978
3s 1961-1979

—

__

l%s June 1 1976

__M-N

2y4s 1978-1982
Denver (gen obligj
1.60s 1962-64
1.70s 1965-68
1%S 1961-68

A-O

Pt Lauderdale—
4s refunding 1962-71
J-J
Wat St Sew rev 4Vi»
1980-1985
M-S
Port Myers ref 3s 1978
—
Ft Pierce—
Wat & El rev 4s 1987—A-O
Jacksonville—
Electric revenue certificates
2y4s 1963-72
J-J
Util tax rev 4.60s 1994—J-J

—

bl.75 to 2.00%
b2.25 to 2.85%
b3.00 to 4.00%

to
to
to
to
to
to

bl.75 to 2.75%
b2.75 to 3.10%

M-A
M-N

__

4.10

__

bl.70
bl.70
bl.70
bl.90
b3.40
bl.70

A-O
.-A-O

M-N

2s 1972-1974
2.10s 1975-1977

2.90%
3.00%
3.50%
3.60%

M-N
M-N

lVis 1964-1971

bl.25 to 3.90%

J-J

2nd division HOth series)
2%s 1961-62
J-J
2%s 1963-66
J-J
3s
1967-80
J-J
2%S 1981
J-J

M-N

bl.70 to 3.10%
b3.20 to 3.40%
bl.70 to 2.00%
b2.75 to 3.40%
b3.35 to 3.45%
b3.45 to 3.55%
b3.60 to 3.70%

1.75s 1967-72
3s 1961-1983

106%
101

98
bl.25
b2.90
b3.05
b3.55

101%

Yield Basis
Bid
Ask

Bonds—
Duval County—
5Vis 1962-1966
3.30s 1967-1980

(City)—

Utility Revenue—
1.70s 1961—66

Imperial Irrigation District—
Electric Rev (9th issue)
y*
r
2s
1962-71
J-J b2.00 to 3.75%
1 Vis 1972-76
J-J b4.00 to 4.25%
Electrlc^Revenue—
1st division (10th
2 Vis 1961-62

Yield Basis er To
Bid
; AskNet

Bonds—

Net

—

M-S

SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 30, 1961.

Te

or

Ask

Authority—

Carquinez Strait Bridges
Toll Bridge Revenue—
3%a 1995
M-S
4%s ser B 1995
M-S
Richmond-San Rafael Brge
3%s rev ser A 1992—M-S
Veterans' Act of 1956 ser R—
5s 1962-1969
A-O
3s 1970-1972
A-O
3%s 1973-1979
A-O
3%S 1980-1983 opt '79
—

l%s

79

STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS

April, 1961

96

No. 18
No. 17

fFlat price.

kLast sale,

99

97
_

98

96
98
99

-

n Nominal.

—

—

_

—

—

—

—

—

-

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS
Te
Net

Yield
Bid

Foreign Govts and
Cities (Oonel)—
Brazil United States (cont.)
3%s Series No. 71
3%s Series No. 333%s Series No. 243%s Series No. 293%s Series No. 263%s Series No. 273%s Series No. 283%s Series No. 29
3%s Series No. 30
38 Funding Loan of 1931

97
96
95
98 %
96
95
96
96 %

due

99%
99 %
98 %

—

__

__

Great Britain (Cont)
48 "f!nn«nli"
3%S conv of 1921-1961... ..
2%s fund loan 1961 opt '64
3s fund loan 1969 opt 1969.
4s fund loan 1990 opt i960.

Hamburg

1979
4%s (now l%s) of 1888-.
5s (now l%s) of 1896
5s (now 2%s) of 1903
5s (now 1 Vis) of 1913
Issues stpd under Plan B—
5s (now 3%s) of 1895—
British—See Great Britain
Caldas Extl

s

—

f 7Vis 1946__J-J

30-yr s f 8 bonds 3s *78_J-J
(Colom) s f 7s 1947-N-N
30-yr s f $ bonds 3s '78-J-J
Callao (Peru) 7%s 1944.
JS
Cauca Val (Dept) (Col)—
30-yr s f $ bonds 3s '78-J-J
Ceara
(Brazil) 8s 1947—J-D

Call

Cons Munle Loan—
Extl 8 1 7a 1960 ser A
M-S
7s assented 1960
M-S

82
54
f54
f54
f54

Hanover (City) Germany—
7s 1939 (80* redeemed)

83
55
55
55
55

30-yr gtd ext s f 3s
Italian Public Utility
Credit Institute
30-yr gtd ext s f 3s

49
48

f88

49

Japanese (Imperial

s

J-D

f 3s 1993

External 7s 1942.
7% assented 1942
External s f 6s 1960
l-O
6s assented 1980Extl s f 6s Feb 1961 ....F-A
6s assented Feb 1961
Extl s f 6s Sep 19616s assented Sep 1961Extl Ry ref 6s Jan 1961-J-J
6s assented Jan. 1961—
Extl s f 6s 1962
_lf-8
6s assented 1962
Extl s f 6s 1963
If-B
6s assented 1963Cblle (Mtge Bank)—

6s

f44%

6s assented 1961
1962
6s assented 1962

—

f90

f44%

6s due

f445/a
f90
f445/a

f44%
f90
f44%

30-yr sit bonds 3s *78_J-J
Czechoslovak Republic-

(lnt red

1960-A-O

Oanzlg Port St Wat Ways Bd
Extl s I 6Vis 1952
J-J
Denmark (Kingdom of)—
5Vis extl loan 1974
F-A
El Salvador (Republic)—
3 Vis extl s f 2 Jan 1 19763s extl s ( | Jan 1 1976—.
Estonia

iRep of)

7s 1967—J-J

f90

f44s/a

f44%
190
f44%

13 Va

5%

86
f__

87

f__
70

71

k70%

2.125*)

Mar 15

103 Ya

103 %

Munich external 7s

70 %

f66%
f 15

—

New Zealand (Govt)—
5%s 1970 —

f__

50%

f20

German

If-N

Q Mar 16

(Kingdom) —
s f 1965 old
A-O
4 %s extl s f 1965 new—A-O
5 f external 4s 1963
F-A
5 % s extl loan 1973
A-O

—

Municipalities Bank
Guar s f 5s 1970
J-D

13 %

f 12

101 y8

(City of) —
s
f external 1973—J-D
5%s s f extl loan 1975—J-D

Oslo

79%
74
f__

p'is

11

°anama (Republic of)—
4 80s extl sec 1993

99

101%

81%

principal amount flat
2 Vis Annuities—
2Vis "Consols"
.
a




, ■,

99%
83%

A-O
J-J
4%s assented 1963
J-J
Porto Alegre (City) Brazil—
Sinking fund 8s 1961
J-D
Stamped pursuant to Plan

f80

A

f80

22%
22%

Called for redemption, see page 96.

assented 1968

(Interest

reduced to

2.375*) 2001
Stamped pursuant to Plan
A
(interest reduced to
2.25* > 2006
—

22%

23%

i

Rhodesia St Nyasaland—
5%s extl loan 1973

b Basis, f Flat price, k

Jf-N

77%

94%

97
96%
fl34

M-8

96

J-J
J-J

;

(Dept)

Jan 7

—

f
92%

Colombia

50%

^46%

A-O

lautiagu (Cltyi Chile 7s'49-J-J
External s f 7s 1961
Jf-N
Serbs Croats At Slov (King ofi
External 8s 1962
If-N
External 7s 1962 ser B_Jf-N

69

__

Silesia (Prov) Poland—
External s f 7s 1958
J-D
4%s assented 1958
J-D
South Africa (Union of:—
4 %s extl loan 1965
J-D

5%s extl loan Jan 1 1968—
5%s extl loan Dec 1 1968—
Southern Italy Develop Fund
Guar extl 5%s 1974
Jf-N

f98

f44
192
f92

48

fl9

20

fl9

20

fl4
fll%

14%

90
85
85

95

85%
86%

96%

48

Tokyo (City of)—
5%s extl loan of '27'61-A-O

f200

5

1190

f—

Vis due 1951 stamped
•xtenrUrt

to

1971

A-O

97

Tollma

(Colombia)—
30-yr a f < bonds 3a

99
f220

fn50

__

United Kingdom of Gt Britain
and Ireland—See Gt Britain

103

102

Uruguay (Republic)—

-

3%-4s-4%* (9 bonds of'37)
External readjustm't 1979
External convertible..1979

—

3%s-4%-4-\* externa] con

100

100

—

99%

—

99

99%

97%

—

99

version s f 1978
J-D
4-4%-4% * external readj'st
s f bonds 1978
F-A
3 %s external readj 1984-J-J
Valle del Cauca—
See Cauca Valley (Dept of'

87%

88

89%
97

88%

89%

90

99%

99
100

*arsaw

100 %

,

f56%
f83%
f83

__

fl2%

13

fl0%

13 %

Yugoslavia (Kingdom)—
Funding 5s 1956
_M-W. fnl6

Jan 16

18

59

CANADA

86

AQ Canadian Issues shown
below are quoted In U 8

f83
47

funds
Govt of Canada
15

13%
15%
13

__

II
—

(External)

2%* Sept 1 1974.
2% Sept 15 1975
Govt of Canada (Internal)

Victory Loans—
7th 3s Feb 1 1962 opt '59
8th 3s Oct 1 1963 opt '59
9th 3s Sep 1 1966 opt '81
Alberta (Province)—
2%s Mar 1 1962
2%s Mar 1 1965
2%s Mar 1 1970

63

51

57

69%

71%

Last sale, n Nominal, r

(Cltvi 7s 1958—.F-A
assented ig^
*—F-A

Wuerttemberg (State of»—
Cons Extl loan of '25 7s
f220
1945
M-W
Yokohama (City of> —
6s extl loan of *2fl 1961.J-D fk211
6s due 1961 stamped
extended to 1971
J-D
96%

100%

fl3 Ya
f 12%
115
fl2
fl4
f 12

External 8s 1950

3
3

f__

J-J

External s f 7s 1948
3 I 3s July 1 1978

f99

46%

4Vis

__

93%

M-S

Santander

Of) 6s 1940—A-O
4Vis assented 1958
A-O
Stabilization s f 7s '47-A-O

101%

69%
Jun 29

f80

1997

Poland (Rep

87%

76
f—

J-J

1999

1950

External 6s 1968
Stamped 2s 2012

—

A-O

70

Jan 4

f

Stamped 2.25s 2004

23

f__

s f 6s 1961-.
Sinking fund 3s Jan 1

70

f99

Stamped 2.50s 1999
1956

—

extl 6s 1960—-J-D

f2l/2
f2%

MS

External 7s

65

External

94%

Prussian Conversion—
4s dollar bonds 1972—A-O

...

18

fl6
fl9

64

fkl54%

J-J

Stamped 2.50s
External 8s

f96

Net Loan

86

80

External see 6s 1943
M-N fnl25
San Paulo (State of) Brazil—
External 8s 1936
J-J
f—

100

97 Va

M-8

Pernambuco (State of) Brazil
External s f 7s 1947
M-8
Stpd pursuant to Plan A
(int red to 2.125*) 2008
Peru sec s f 7s 1959
—M-S

2Vi

fl%

f62

Stamped 2.378s 2001-M-N
External 6%s 1957
Jf-N

99%

Stamned pursuant to Plan A
(lnt reduced to 2V4 % > 2008

f86

f64%

fk95

Santa Catharlna (Brazil) —
External s t 8s 1947
F-A
San Paulo (City of) Brazil—
External 8s Mar 1 1952.JT-N

Jan 5

100%

Brazil—

73
80

J-D

Stamped 2s 2012

A-O

Parana (State)
7s 1958

f__

J-D

2*1 2012
(City of) 6%s 1952-A-O
Russian 6%s June 18 1919
5%s external loan Dec 1921

Oriental Development—
See "Japanese Govt"

101%

(Interest reduced to
2.25*) 2004
External s f 7s 1967
J-D
Stamped pursuant to Plan
A
(interest reduced to

56

A

Rome

Mnrwav

bAiciimi

International loan of 1930—
5s dollar bonds 1980
J-D
3s dollar bonds 1972—J-D
German Savings Banks and
Clearing Asso
5%s debt adjusted deben¬
tures series A 1967
J-J
4Vis debt adjusted dPbentures series B 1967
J-J
Great Britain—
All British issues are quoted
in
U S dollars per <20

extl

4%s

(Federal Rep of)—

loan o! 1924
5Vis dol bonds 1969
A-O
3s dollar bonds 1972
A-O
10-year bonds of 1936—
3s of '63 due 1963
J-J

—J-D

Norway

48 Vi

46 Va

1945—F-A

(State)
1946—A-O
Stamped pursuant to Plan
A (Interest reduced to
2.6*) 1999
7a external s f 1968
US
Stamped pursuant to Plan

94%

M-S

Montevideo >Clty) 7s 1952-J-D
Ext] s I 6s 1959 ser A .M-N
Mtge Bank
Denmark—
Exch s f 5s 1972 ser IX.J-D

48
f75

A-O

93 Ya

64

2008

79

Stamped pursuant to Plan
A
(Interest reduced to

A

Stpd pursuant to Plan A
(Interest reduced to

f55%
f80

89%

48%

2.125*) 2008
Extl 6%s 1959 ser A

78%
187

Stamped pursuant to Plan
A (interest reduced to
2*) 2012
External 6%s 1959
J-w
Stamped pursuant to Plan
A (interest reduced to

88

Stpd pursuant to Plan A
interest reduced to

&
fdg 6Vis_1953_Jf-N
Mun extl loan of 1928
,
Extn St funding of 1962

1917

Jf-N

F-A

2.25 *> 2004
External s f 6s 1968

1958 stamped

Merlellin (Munic Colombia)
30-yr s 1 $ bonds 3s '78-J-J
Mnan (City of I 6%S 1952-A-O
Minas Geraes (State) Brasli
external 6%s 1958
lf-8

txil

4s

74%

Govt)—

Stpd pursuant to Plan
1 Interest
reduced
to 2%*) 2008

Frankfort on Main—

4%s May 1 1973
French Government—

Aug 8

.

Oundlnamarca Dep (Colombia)
External s f 6Vis 1959.M-N

6%) ext'd to

74 V*
fkl55ya

Lima (City) Peru—
-M-S
Extl s f 6 Vis 1958
Maranhao (State) Bra all—
7s 1958
14-17

f90

Costa Rica (Republic) —
js> re:
$ '53 due "72
A-O
Credit Froncier de France—
5 Vis gtd extl loan 1979—J-D
Cuba (Republic) —
External 4%s 1977
J-D
Internal 5s of 1905—
,
...

to

1977-J-J

Jugoslavia—
Funding s f 5s 1956
M-N
State Mtge Bk 7s 1957—A-O

f44%
f90
f44%

Hukuang Rys 5s 1951
/-D
Cologne (City ofi —
4%s debt adjust 1970—M-S
Colombia Rep 6s 1961
J-J
6s Oct 1961
A-O
External s f 3s 1970
A-O

assented

—

extended to 1968

Chinese Government—

Stamped

75 %

1953 stamped

5 %s due

f90
f44%

stamped 1931

73%

99%
extended to 1963
M-8
5%s extl In 30-yr '58-M-N fkl95

f90
f44%
f90

4-0

1977-J-J

Oriental Development Co Ltd
6s extl loan 30-yr '53-Jf-S

f90

J-D

J-D

1931
6s

45 %

44 y8

«f-N

Sinking fund 6%S 1957
6 Vis assented 1957
6Vis assented 1961.
S f gtd 6s 1961

__

'61-J-D

f 6%s 1953

Bio Grande Do Sul
Brazil extl s 1 8s

__

94
92
Dollar coupons
Mar 8
6%s extl loan of '24 '54.F-A fk225
6 %s due 1954 stamped
extended to 1964
F-A
101% 102%
5%s extl loan of '30 '65-Jf-N f ki98
May 16
5%s due 1965 stamped
extended to 1975
Jf-N
97%
99

f90

(Republic of)

Extl

94 y8

s

•r

f—.

2*) 2012
External 6s 1933

77%

Jamaica (Government of)—
5%s s f external 1974—Jf-S
Japan—
5%s Jan 15 1974
.-J-J

f98

Chilean

;hile

f__

_

76 y«

Italian Credl' Consortium
for Public Works—

flOO

46 y8
f 13

f31

External

A-O

2001

2.376*)
_.

fl20

(Republic) extl if—
30-year ext s f 3s 1977—J-J

Italy (Kingdom of) 7s

f44

47%
49%
43 %
52%

-

Italian

f27

46%

45%
48%
50%
44 Va
53
32 %
33
30%

-

(State of)—

St fund 4%s 1966-A-O

Conv

37%
55%

54%
44%

31%

M-N
F-A

Sinking fund 6s 1968.

96

Stpd pursuant to Plan A
(interest reduced to

3.375*)

victory bonds of 1919

3 %s war loan 1962
Greek Govt s f 7s 1964

A-O fnl35

1951

savings bds 1965 opt 1965
savings bds 1970 opt 1960

de Janeiro 8s 1946
A-O
Stamped pursuant to Plan
A (interest reduced to

Rio

35%

34%
36 %

Te
Net

Yield
Bid

Bid

Bonds—

3s
3s
4s

1961.

OF MARCH 30,

Tlill Basis or To
Ask Net

or

—

—

6s

BONDS

STATE AND MUNICIPAL

80

Municipal Financing Corp
4%s May 15 1984
4%"! June 15 1985
5s Dec 15 1984

Canadian dollar value.

83%

84%

83

84

100

98%
93 %

99

93%

99%
95 %

96%

89%

91

102
104
104

103
.104%
105

-

—

Yield Blasts

Bid

British Colombia (Provlnoe)—
3% % Aug 15 1976 opt 61—
3Vis a f debs Feb 18 1977—
4% * Jan 33 1969
Montreal (City of) —
3Vis Oct 1 1966
3Vis Oct 1 1968
4 Vis Jan 1 1973
5s a t debentures 1(78—M-lf
5ba s 1 debentures 1880-J-J
Sf debs lor Pub Works
5 Vis 1979
M-N
Montreal Metropolitan Corp—
5Vis s 1 debentures 1985-F-A
New Brunswick (ProTlnee)—
5Vis s 1 debentures 1985-F-A
Nova Scotia (Prorlnoe)—

5 Vis s 1 debs 1980

89

or

y4

91 y2
99 Vi

91
94 Vi
99

90%
—

--

__

__

__

100

102 y2

103%

105

106

104

105

—

—

bPar to 3.40%
b3.45 to 4.00%

4% %

May 15 1967
—
4Vis debentures 1964~^-A

104

105

104

— —

— —

105

—

83 y4
88

9iy4
90 y4
99
89 Vi

92 Vi
93 y2

■

— —.

99%
90%
93%

——

94%

101

'

_

103

104
90

97 V4

~

91%
—

—

98
——

90%

91%

103%

104%

105V2,

106%

--

(Metropolitan)—
J-J
—J-D

5s

1979-1989
Debentures—
5s 1962-1980
sf debentures—
5s 1965-70
5 Vis 1980

M-8

b4.00 to 4.55%

ar-s

—

b4.50 to 4.55%

—

105

106

-T-

—

Bridge Bldg Autb—

Revenue series A of 1953—
2.70s 1961-65
J-J
2.60s 1966-69
J-J
state School Bldg Authority
Rev 2.G0s 1981-70
A-O
Revenue Series 1953 A—
4s 1961-62
MS

MS

3.60s 1963-67
3.70s 1968-71

JM

Revenue Series 1954
4s 1961-65

-MS
.MS

2y4s 1962-64

J%s 1965-68
2.70s 1969-70
2.80s 1971-74
Jf-S
State T0H Bridge Authority—
Turtle River Toll Bridge
3 Vis 1984
A-O

Atlanta—
2 Vis 1961-79

a

US
Wat Wks Rev (1964 ser)
2 Vis April 1 1962-74
Wat Wka Rev (1966 ser)
2%s 1961-75
j-J
3%s 1961-1986
J-D
:gusta (City)—
2 Vis 1961-78
J-D

Chatham Co 2s 1962-81

J-J

coastal Highway District
8avannah River Crossing
3Vis Bdge Rev 1982—M-N
Columbus (City) 2s '62-77. A-O
Up Kalb Co 2s 1962-77
J-J
2Vis School 1961-70
M-N
Fulton Co 1 Vis 1982-76
J-J
3 Vis
1962-1987
J-J
Macon

bl.75 to 2.50%
b2.60
3.30%

__

__

gen oblig 1962-75_Af-S
Muscogee CountySchool 2s 1962-70
_J-J
School 2 Vis 1971-80
J-J

Richmond (County)—
Board of Ed 2Vis '62-79-J-J
Savannah
2 Vis
1961-67
J-D
1961-1980

2s

__

bl.75 to 2.25%
b2.25 to 3.00%
b3.30 to 3.50%

__

__

__

bl.75 to 3.00%
b2.50 to 3.00%
b3.10 to 3.30%
b3.40 to 3.50%
b3.60 to 3.70%

89

__

__

__

J-D

93

bl.75 to 3.15%

__

bl.75 to 3.30%

__

bl.75 to 3.40%
bl.75 to 3.60%

__

__

bl.75 to 3.50%

__

bl.75 to 3.40%
bl.75 to 3.75%

Hwy rev various 1962-89
Aviation rev 4Vis 1984
Hawaii Harbor rev
1962-77
HRWail County G O
Various
1962-78
Water rev various_1962-81
Kauai Countv O O
Various
1962-78
Maul County G O
Various
1962-82
Honolulu G O
Various
1962-84
Board Water Supply rev
Various
1962-83

Called




toi

Council Bluffs—
IVis 1967-71

_

__

Sewer ft Superhighway—
IVis 1962-66
J-J
Transit Authority—

b2.00 to 3.60%

J-J
8 Vis 1966-72
J-J
3 Vis 1978
J-J
Revenue series of 1952—
4 Vis July 1 1982
Water Works System—
2Vis ctfs June 1 1961-63.
2 Vis Ctfs May 1 1967-69—
2 Vis ctfs June 1 1964-66
IVis ctfs 1961-63
M-N
Waterworks System—
Ctfs of indebtedness
4 Vis
1961-1978
J-D
4s 1979-1984
J-D
5s 1971-1972
MS
3 Vis 1973-1979
ilf-S
3 Vis 1982-1985
M-S
Calumet 8kyway Toll Bridge

__

3.20
—

__

__

__

__

bl.75 to 3.40%

b1.75 to 3.40%
bl.75 to 3.75%
bl.75 to 3.75%
bl.75 to 3.10%
bl.75 to 3.75%

-

__

__

__

__

__

__

b2.00 to 3.75%
b2.25 to 4.00%
101
103
b2.25 to 4.10%

b2.25 to 3.85%
b2.25 to 4.30%
b2.25 to 3.85%

b2.25 to 3.85%
b2.00 to 3.90%
b2.00 to 4.00%

b2.90 to 3.35%

-J-D

bl.90 to 3.30%

IVis 1963-85.
Waterloo (School Building)—
IVis 1961-62
M-N
IVis 1963-89
M-N

b2.30 to 3.70%

redemption, see page 98.

4Vis revenue 1999
Chicago Park District—

bPar
b2.80
b2.50
bPar

to
to
to
to

2.40%
3.10%
2.80%

3.00%

bPar to 3.50%
b3.55 to 3.65%

__

2.30
_

—

—

—

—

63
75

J-J

107

b2.00 to 3.00%

b2.00 to 3.25%

IVis 1962-68
J-J
Imp 2%s '68 opt '65-68-M-N

b2.00 to 3.80%
b3.00 to3.40%

J-J

Chicago Sanitary District—

v

2Vis construction series 12
Jan 1 1960 opt '62-68-J-J
2s ref 1966 opt '62-65
J-J
1 Vis construction series 7—
Jan 1 1966 opt '62-65

92 Vi

94 Vi

b2.25 to 3.40%
b2.50 to 3.60%

—

—

_

_

—

_

—

--

„

_

2s

construction series 8
Jan 1 1966 opt '62-C5
2 v«s construction series 10—
Jan 1 *67 opt '62 to *6

2V4s construction series 11—
Jan 1 1968 opt '62 to '67.
J%s construction series 13—
Jan 1 1969 opt '62 to 68.
2 v4s construction series 14—
Jan 1 1969 opt 1962-69—
2->«s construction series lfi—
Jan 1 1971 opt '62-69
2%s construction series 18—
Jan 1 1971 opt '62-70—
2V«s construction series 19—
Jan 1 1972 opt '62-71
Cook County—
Expressway series A
2 Vis 1961-75
A-O

b2.25 to 3.40%
b2.25 to 3.50%

b2.25 to 3.50%
b2.25 to 3.60%
b2.25 to 3.70%
b2.25 to 3.80%
b2.25 to 3.85%

b2.00 to 3.70%

b2.00 to 3.65%

b2.00 to 3.00%

4s

1961-1977

J-D

__

„

__

__

_

_

—

__

—

—

b2.00 to 3.40%

—

—

Expressway series G—
3%s

1966-1975

J-D

-j

-J-J
-J-J

Bridge Revenue—
Project No. 18 3 Vis 1983—
Project No. 19 3 Via 1984
Turnpike Revenue—
3.40s (series 1984) 1994—J-J
Highway Authority—
Eastern Ky Toll Road Rev—
4 Vis 1965-1971
J-J
4y2s 1972-1978
J-J
4 Vis 1979-1985
J-J
4.80s 2000
J-J
Veterans Bonus Bonds—
3 Vis 1962-1972
J-J
3 Vis 1973-1981
J-J
3.60s 1982-1985
—J-J
3.70s 1986-1987
J-J

3 Vis 1988-1990
—J-J
Ashland (City) Utll Rev—
4s
1962-1966
A-O
3 Vis 1967-1970
A-O
3 Vis 1971-1996
4-0

2.20%
3.00%
3.20%
3.50%
3.80%
3.90%

b2.55 to par

bl.80 to 2.40%
b2.50 to 2.60%
b2.80 to 2.90%
b3.00 to 3.40%

101
92

102 Vi
94

94

96

b3.45 to 4.05%
b4.15 to 4.40%
b4.45 to 4.55%
100
102 Vi
bl.60 to 3.10%
b3.20 to 3.55%
b3.60 to 3.65%
__

__

__

J-J

J-J
J-J
J-J

_

__

__

—

—

__

3.70

3.75

b3.00
2.80%
b3.50
3.30%
b3.70 to 4.10%

2 Vis 1962-1978
J-D
1977-1985
J-D
Jefferson County—
School Bldg rev 2Vis 1970..
2%s 1962-1973
Louisville—
4Vis sewer 1969
J-D
4y4s ref 1965
J-D
4%s Jan 1 1970
J-J
IVis June 1 1976-87
Water Revenue
2.40s 1962-1965
M-N
2.40s 3968-70
M-N
2.40s 1971-74
M-N
2 Vis 1978-84.
M-N

__

b2.25 to 2.80%
b2.90 to 3.30%
b3.40 to 4.00%
b2.40 to 4.10%
b2.30 to 2.80%
b3.00 to 3.80%
b3.90 to 4.00%

b2.20 to 3.60%
b3.70 to 4.00%

Covington 2y4s 1962-86

J-J

School Dlst 3 Vis 1962-65.J-J
3s 1966-1980
J-J

3y4S 1981-1996
b2.25 to 3.40%

A-O

1961-73

b2.00 to 2.30%
b2.75 to 3.25%
b3.30 to 3.90%

3s 1971-1972.
3s 1973-1986.

.

b2.25 to 3.50%

b2.10 to 3.00%
b3.10 to 3.30%
b3.80 to 3.90%

—

Chicago Regional Port Dlst—
1995

80

1997—Jf-N

3s 1962-1967
2.90s 1968-1969.

77

105Vi

Terminal

79

Commonwealth of Kentucky—

65 Vi

bPar to 2.00%

Turnpike Authority—
3Vis Turnpike Au 1994—A-O
Kansas City Expway Rev
5s 1861-1970
If-N
4 Via 1971-1873
M-N

KENTUCKY

b3.00 to 3.05%
b3.10 to 3.40%
b3.45 to 3.60%

Ref bonds of 1944 IVis ser J
Mar 1 19~4 opt 1962-64

Frankfort—
Elec Light ft Pow Rev
2 Vis 1966
2 Vis 1970
3s 1975-1984
Henderson (City of) —
Elec Light ft Pow Rev
3s

96
98
b2.25 to 3.50%
b2.80
b2.40
b2.90

2.60%
2.30%

2.70%
b3.30 to 3.70%
b2.00
b2.50
b3.00
b3.40

to
to
to
to

2.40%
2.90%

3.30%
3.80%

Superhighway bonds—
2Vis 1969 opt 1961-69
2Vis ser B 1970 opt '61-70
2 Vis ser C 1972 opt '61-70
3s ser D 1973 opt 1961-72
Decatur (Water rev) —

bPar
bPar
bPar
bPar

2.10s Sept 1 1961-79
Evans ton—
Water Rev 2V«s 1962-73.J-J
Water Rev 2 Vis 1974-78_J-J
31/S>s «w-> nblii 1962-79
J-J

bPar to 4.25%

to 3.5"%
to 3 60%
to 3.60%
to 3.60%

b2.00 to 3.50%
b3.50 to 3.65%
bl.80 to 3.30%
bPar to 3.50%

Louisville ft Jefferson County

Metropolitan Sewer Dlst—
—

__

__

__

__

__

Elec

rev

2Vis 1962-74

M-S

b2.00 to 3.50%

2s 1962-73
IVis 1974
2 Vis 1975-94.
4a 1990-

Ind State Office Bldg Comm
4.20s 1980-88
J-J
East Chicago—
2* sch dist 1961-69
J-J
Fort Wayne—
Waterworks rev of 1951—
2vis 1961-76
J-J

Indiana University—
2 Vis 1961-69

89 Vi

90 Vi

—

1961-1967
1961-1969

J-D
J-D

imp 1961-81 J-J
IVis sch bldg 1981-70—A-O
sewer

f Flat price.

b2.20 to 3.60%
_

__

b3.70 to 4.00%
-M-S

_

__

—

3.80
—

3.80

ser)

M-S
M-S
A-O

b2.20 to 3.25%
b3.30 to 3.90%

b3.70

3.50%

b3.10

2.90%

b3.10

2.90%

b3.75
b4.15

3.60%
4.00%

b3.10

2.90%

vears

b3.20

Due in 10 years

b3.70

3.00%
3.50%

__

2.90%

b3.10

__

__

LOUISIANA

Chef Menteur Hammond
ft New Orleans Highway—
3 Vie ser C dated Jan 1
1938 matures In 5 yra

Highway 3Vis series Q—
bPar to 3.60%
b3.50 to 3.75%

—

__

Dated Jan 1 1937 matures
In 4Vi years

Refunding
1938

bPar to 3.15%

3y4e

matures

dated
in

Aug

__

1

5

_

__

Institutional Improvement—
IVis ser B dated May 1 *46
bPar to 3.50%

—

In

Matures

Matures In

M-N

..M-S
M-S

Owensbo ro (City of)—
Elec Lt ft Pow rev ("51
2 Vis
1962-68
2 Vis 1969-78
Paducah 4Vis w w 1970

__

INDIANA

Indiana Toll Road Comm—
3 Vis 1994
Indiana Sanitary District—
2Vis of 1956 Jan 1 '62-87...

1949)

Sower Revenue (series

Springfield (City of)—

l%s

b Baals,

b2.00 to 2.30%
b2.15 to 3.10%

Wichita (City Of) —
2 Vis 1961-63—
bl.80 to
Board of Education—
b2.00 to
IVis Feb 1 1962-69
Waterworks rev (aeries '57)
5s 1982-70
A-O b2.10 to
4 Vis 1971-76
A-O •b3.30 to
4.40s 1977-79
A-O -b3.60 to
b3.85 to
4 Vis 1980-87
A-O

Chicago-O'Hare Xnt Airport—

3%s
2%s
92
106

—

J-D

Des Molne
Lib Mem 2s 1961-71:.
Scott County—

4Vis

bPar to 3.40%

Indianapolis Gas UtO Rev—
91
105

—

Lawrence (City of)—
Wat ft Sew Sys Rev ser A—
4s 1961-63
A-O
2s 1964-72
A-O
2 Vis 1973-83
A-O

102

101

3 Vis 1961-68
—J-D
Expressway series E—
__

bl.75 to 3.40%

KAN8A8

b2.00 to 4.00%
b4.20 to 4.80%
93
94

3Vis revenue 1995
J-J
4Vis revenue 1995
J-J
Chicago Housing Authority—
2 Vis 1961-1962
J-D

2 Vis

85
89
bl.75 to 3.70%
bi.75 to 3.70%
bl.75 to 3.50%
bl.75 to 3.40%
bl.75 to 3.60%

—

Kansas

Expressway series D

ILLINOIS
Illinois State Toll Hway Co mm
Northern HL Toll Hway
3Vis revenue 1995
J-J
4Vis revenue 1998
J-J
a

b2.00 to 3.50%

1961-78

Peoria School Dlst No 150
IVis June 1 1981-67
1962-77

IVis April 1 1963.—,

__

Expressway series C

(G O)—

Various

b2.00 to 3.50%

.

-

__

HAWAII

Territory

b2.50 to 3.50%

Hsg Auth 2Vis June 1977—

ievenue

bl.75 to 3.40%

(City of)—

2Vis

__

Judgment Funding—

Water Works Revenue

Anticipating ctfs 1953 ser
3s-2s-2.20s Aug 1 '61-73

—

b2W0 to 3.50%
b2.00 to 3.70%

Refunding bonds of 1945—
1 Vis 1965 opt 1962-65-J-D

M-S

GEORGIA
State

b2.00^to 2.90%

3 Vis 1962-65

84y4
89
92
91

(City)—

f debs 1977

__

Revenue series of 1947:

97 %

s

r-J
J-J

Optional 1962-69
3Vis Dec 1

92

Net

Bridge El St Ltg Bys

—

99%

3y«s

4Vis

b2.00 to 3.50%
b2.00 to 3.80%

Sch bldg 3s 1962-73—M-S
Sch bldg 2 Vis '81-74.M-N
Sch bldg 3Vis *62-80_Ar-N

96

3 Vis

Toronto

Ames

School Bldg of 1958—

90'/2
100%

Dec 1 1963.
May 15 19643¥*S May 15 1970-

J-J

Korean Service Compensation
2Vis Dec 1 1961-1976
J-D

ft Refuse 2Vis 1969—

88

Quebec (Province)—
3%% April 1 1971.
3y«s debs Dec 1
4%* May 1 1961.

__

Chicago (City)—
2Vis 1968 opt 1962-68
2s 1962-70
IVis 1962-68
Board ol Education—

Ask

IOWA
bl.90 to 3.35%

Ontario

(Province)—
3y.s March 15 1980
3Vis Feb 1 19783y«* May 15 19713Vta Sept 1 19733 Vis debentures 1963—~_Jf-N
3Vis debs 1978
M-N
3 Vis debentures 1981^1141
4s debentures 1983 .----if-91

Yield
Bid

Te

Net

Blooming ton—
8ewer rev 2Vis 1861-70-M-N
Sewer rev 2Vis 1971-71

—

98 Vi
-A-O

•r

Bonds—

Servloe Recognition ser A—
IVis 1961-72
N-N

93

93 Vi

YleM

To

Net

Ask

95
91

3Vi* July 15 1966
3 Vis Oct 1 1971
3Vis debs Mar 15 1964

Toronto

81

STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 30, 1961.

April, 1961

bPar
b2.50
bPar
bPar

to 3.25%
to 3.50%
to 4.00%
to 3.75%

—

__

__

_.

5 years
10 years

Highway 3Vis series 8—
Dated July 1 '37 due In S yrs
Highway 2Vis series HH—
Dated Jan 1
■nu»

in

*

1947—

_

STATE AND MUNICIPAL, BONDS
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 30,

82

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask Net

Bonds—

Due In 5

years

Bonds-

(opt at

b3.55

Due in 5 yrs (opt at 100)
Veterans refunding bonus—
2Vis dated Jan 15 1953—
Matures in 5 years
2.20s matures in 6 yrs
2.10s matures in 8 yrs

b2.00 to

US

_

_

3.10%
3.20%
3.50%

Washington Sub San Dlst—

3.80%

b3.00 to

b2.00 to

series B 1961-1964—M-N
3Vis series B 1965-71—M-N
3.30s series B 1972-77—M-N

5s

1961-64
2V«s 1965-72
2s

3YzS Feb 1 1962-2009— F-A
3.10s capital outlay '62-77-A-O
3s 1979-1998
J-D
2.30s highway 1961-75
M-N
_

101
3.40%

__

—

1.60s 1962-69

_

1961-69
M-N
1970-89
M-N
Union Passenger Term Rev
3s
1962-67
J-J
-J-J
2 Vis 1968-78
-J-J
2 Vis 1979-87

_
—
—

b2.00 to 3.10%
b3.20 to 3.75%
b3.75 to 3.85%

_J-J

__

—

__
—
—

3.90

Parish-

b2.50 to 3.30%
b3.35 to 3.95%

2Vis
3s

1.30s

-J-J

Reg Is 1961-65
M-S
Guaranteed Housing Authority
IVis 1962-69
J-J
IVis 1970-91
J-J
17/8S 1961-91
A-O
2s Oct 1 1961-91
2 Vis 1962-92
A-O
2y4s 1962-92
-J-J
2 Vis 1962-92
A-O
Veterans' Services Fund—
IVis 1961-65
M-N
2.40s 1961-66
M-N

Maine Turnpike Authority—
4s rev ref St ext 1989

J-J

M-N

bl.60 to 2.50%
b2.40 to 2.75%
b2.50 to

_
_

3.10%

—

bl.75 to 2.70%
93

—

96

__

__

2s

__
—

3.50

__

2.90

Bridge & Tunnel Revenue
Term 3s Oct 1 1994Certificates of Indebtedness—
3y«s 1962-1974
J-J
3s 1963-1975
J -J
2%s 1961-1973
M-N
IVis certificates of
Indebtedness 1961-68- -J-D
Jf-S
1 Vis 1962f66
a
State Roads Commission
'■
Revenue series E—
2yas 1962-66
F-A
2.60s 1987-68
F-d

99

100

1968-73
IVis 1969

Baltimore 3 Vis 1962-69
3Vis water 1970-1981
3s Oct
1 1961-62
iy4s 1961-62
1 Vis 1961-72
IVis 1976
lVis 1979
IVis 1961-77
Baltimore County—
1.40s 1961-63
IVis 1961-65
■

-J

M-N

M-N

M-N

M-N
M-N
J-D
M-N
M-S
M-N

Metropolitan District—
iy2s 1962-65
F-A
1,00s 1966-83

F-A
M-N

iy«s 1961-64
1 Vis 1965-78
M-N
Issues dated Jan 1 1950—
2s Jan 1 1962-81

2y«s Jan 1 1982-87
Issue dated June 1 1951—<
2 Vis 1961-1991
J-D
Pub Fac 2.30s 1961-81—J-D
Chesapeake Bay Bridge &
Tunnel 5Vis 2000
Hagerstown IVis 1967
Hartford County (Public
Sch Const) 2s 1961-73
J-J
fFlat prloe.

b2.40 to 3.90%

n

__

bParto3.20%

—

b3.40 to 3.75 %

M-S
M-N

3.10%
3.10%

__

__

3.60

IVis
bl.75 to 2.50%
b2.75 to 3.30%
bl.75 to 2.00%
bl.75 to 2.00%
bl.75 to 3.50%
__

__

__

bl.75 to 3.75%

__
—

—
__

__

3.70
3.80
—

__

2.75%

—

bl.75 to 2.75%
b2.90 to 3.80%
bl.90 to 3.75%
b2.75 to 3.90%
bl.75 to 3.90%
b3.90 to 4.25%
bl.75 to 4.15%
bl.75 to 4.15%
99

bPar to 3.50%

Nominal.

~

__

M-S

Lynn 2s 1962-69

Newton 2%s 1961-69
-A-O
Pittsfield (City)—
1.90s Vets Hous 1961-68.M-S
1.80s water 1962-68
J-J

1962-69

Somerville 2Vis

Springfield—
2s

new

disc

1961-88

Aeronautics

b2.30
bl.75
bl.75
bl.75
bl.75
b2.25
b2.10

to
to
to
to
to

__

__

__

__

4.20
__

2.30s

__

__

__

__

3.10
__

series I

—

_

_

_

—

3.35
3.45

b3.40 to 3.65%
b3.70 to 3.75%
_

__
—

4.25

bl.50 to 3.60%

97

94
bl.75 to

3.60%

bl.75 to

4.00%

bl.90 to 2.80%
96

_

97

—

bl.75 to

4.00%

b2.20 to
102

2.75%

bl.50 to 2.90%
bl.50 to
bl.50 to

3.15%
3.40%

bl.50 to

3.25%
__

—

_

—

2.40

_

—

2.10

_

—

2.40

_

2.80

3.25%

A-O

bl.50 to 2.60%
bl.50 to 2.60%
bl.50 to 3.45%
bl.50 to 3.50%
bl.50 to 3.00%
bl.50 to 3.40%

M-S
M-S

1961-79

M-S
—M-S

1961-74

—

M-N

Metropolitan Airport Com—
2s 1961-68
M-N

3.75%

2y4s 1970-78
Olmsted County—

4.00%
2.00%
to 4.00%
to 3.75%
b2.00 to 3.70%

M-N

Independent S D No 8
1% & iy4% 1962-67—J-J

b2.20 to 4.20%
.

b2.20 to 3.75%
b2.20 to 3.80%

b2.50 to 4.20%
b2.25 to 3.75%
b2.00 to 3.50%

St Paul—
5s Gen'l imp 1961-63
3.20s 1962-1989
2.40s Wat Wks 1969
2.30s Imp 1962-68 _
2 30s Tmo 1970-78
2Vis 1963-1984
2.20s 1962-1969
2.20s 1970-1984

J-J
F-A
M-N

F-A

F-A
A-O
J-J
J-J

bl.50 to 2.90%
b2.90 to 3.40%

b2.00 to

General oblig School ser
6s 1961-1964
3>/4s 1965-1968
3 Vis 1969-1975
River Bridge
3 60s Nov 1

bl.50 to 2.00%
bl.50 to 3.50%
—

bl.50
b2.90
bl.50
bl.50
b3.25

to
to
to
to
to

1j/4s 1962-1963
2 Vis 1962-1963 —
2Vis 1962 and 1963

b2.50 to 4.00%

bl.60 to 3.00%

—

3.00
—

2%s
2y4s
2y2S

2.40s

2Vis
2.60s

A-O

Limited Access Highway
Dedicated Tax series 1952
1V4S 1962-84
A-O
2s 1965-71
A-O

bl.75 to 2.90%
b3.00 to 3.65%

__

M-N b2.90
M-N b3.25
M-N

101

99

F-A
F-A
—

F-A
F-A
F-A
F-A

1964-1970
1962-1963
1964-1970
Aug 1 1971
Feb and Aug 1 1972—
Feb and Aug 1 1973—
Feb and Aug 1 1974—

2.60s
3s 1962-1969
3.10s 1969-1971

__

D

Authority—

1994
Highway Bonds—
IVis 1961-1962

b2.20 to 4.10%
b2.30 to 4.00%

__

—
—
—
—

—

—

3.10s 1962-1963
3s 1964-1966
2 90s 1967
—

95Vi
95

b3.00

b3.10

b3.50
b3.10
b3.30

3.10%
3.70%
3.80%
3.20%
3.80%

*2.50%
^2.90%
102

103
97 Vi
97

2.75%
2.90%

3.30%

2.90%
3.10%

b3.50
b3.60

3.30%
3.40%

F-A b3.40
F-A
96
F-A, i 10
F-A
97
F-A b3.40

3.20%
98

b3.60
b3.60

—
_

3.25%" "11

MISSISSIPPI
b2.10 to 3.50%
b2.20 to 3.50%

bl.50 to 2.85%

—

Minneapolis-St Paul—

bl.60 to 2.60%
b3.20 to 3.75%

-—A-O

1.90s

__

MICHIGAN

Revenue bonds
2 Vis 1961-65
2s 1966-76

bl.75 to 3.45%

b2.20 to

various 1961-79

2.10s various
2s ref 1962-69

__

b2.00 to 3.90%
b2.20 to 4.10%

IVis Mar 15 1962-64
IVis Mar 15 1965 opt 1952—
IVis 1962-64
M-S
Limited Access Highways—

4.10

F-A

3s 1964-1976
Minneapolis—
2.60s
1962-66
2 Vis 1961-67

:

3.70%
3.50%

M-N

Veteran Bonds—

2yas 1962-1977
_M-S
State Building ctfs—
3.50% May 1 1961-1979
Rural Credit Def Fund—
1.10s ctf of Ind '62-63
J-J
1.40s 1962
J-J
1.60s 1963-1964
_J-J
1.70s 1965-1967
J-J
State Building Certificates—

__

b2.20 to 3.70%

J-J

F-A

2.90s 1961-1973

__

3.90%
4.20%
4.30%
4.40%

of indebt—
1962-1970

ctfs

3.40s July 1
Trunk Highway

__

J-J

1961-81
M-N
IVis St & Sew 1961-79-J-D
Weymouth IVis 1961-70—M-N
Worcester (City)—
iy4s 1961-69

„

bl.95 to 3.00%
b3.00 to 3.80%

MINNESOTA

__

to
to
to
to

bl.75 to 3.00%
b3.15 to 3.30%
b3.50 to 3.70%

__

—
—

100
—

——J-D

1.60s

bl.75 to 2.75%
bl.60 to

-J-D

FrA

1961-1978

__

__

bl.75
bl.75
b2.25
b2.50

Framingham (Town of)—
2.20s
1961-71
J-J
Gardner (City of)—
2.20s
1961-71
J-J
Lexington (Town of) —

optional 1960-61
Revenue—
lVis-lVis-2s 1961-76
M-S
Wayne (County of)—
4 Vis water 1962-65
M-N
4s wtr 1966-68 opt '65.M-N

__

4.10%

A-O

l%s 1961-72
F-A
2s 1961-1980
J-D
2Vis Oct 1 1961-62. -A-O
Brockton IVis 1961-70
M-N
Brookline iy2s 1961-79—.—J-D
Chicopee 2Vis 1961-68
M-N
Fall River (City of)—
2s 1961-80

;__M-S

opt 3Vi % to maturity—
3s-3Vis 1970-73

3.50%
3.90%

—

bl.75 to 2.60%
b2.75 to 3.20%
b3.25 to 3.70%
b3.80 to 3.90%

F-A

Ref

bl.75 to 3.30%

Metropolitan District—
iy4s 1962-69 —
—M-S
IVis 1961-69
F-A

bPar to 3.00%
bPar to 3.10%

Ref 2Vis 1962-65
Ref 2Vi% to 1965

3.90%

J-D
.

Royal Oak (City of)—

b3.00 to 4.40%

1 1992

St sewers

F-A

Lansing (City of)—
Elec Plant IVis *61-74_M-N
Mackinac Bridge Authority—
4s Bdge rev ser A 1994—J-J
Midland (Water Revenues)—
lVis-2s-2Vis-3s 1961-75-M-S
Muskegon (Water Revenue)—
3Vis-lVis-2s 1961-80
J-J

b3.00 to 4.20%

—

1961-1968

F-A

1973-1978
4y4s 1979-1982
Is 1983-1985
4s

b3.00 to 3.90%
b3.00 to 4.20%

1961-1979

iy4s 1962-78

I

2.40s

A-O

1961-73
IVis May 1 1961-77
iy2s 1961-1976

b2.00 to 3.00%
b2.10 to Par
b2.10 to 3.10%

bPar to
bPar to

J-J

Metropolitan Water District—
3.60s Oct 1 1961-1989
Boston—
3s May

2y4s Dec 15 1966-76
iy2s Dec 15 1977-78.
F ib Sew Pub Imp St Util Ltg
5s 1962-1972
F-A
4s 1972
F-A
4y4s 1973
F-A

__

to
to
to
to

3.40%
3.60%

bl.75 to 2.10%

__

b3.00
b3.00
b3.00
b3.00

bl.50 to
b2.65 to

bl.50 to 2.35%
b3.30 to 3.50%
bl.75 to 2.10%

7-D

Public Sewer bonds—
2s Dec 15 1962-65

—

b3.00 to 4.20%

J-J

2>/4s pub ways

MARYLAND

Allegany County—
1.90c 1962-74
Anne Arundel County—
2 Vis 1961-66

1

__

b3.00 to 4.20%

M-S
'61-78.J-D
Capital Outlay bonds—
Oct.

—

107 Vi

b3.50 to 3.80%
b3.80 to 3.90%

J-D
23/4s-3s-3y2s '62-63

Detroit

__

3.35%
102

b2.70 to 4.00%

—M-S
.

__

3.15%

bl.75 to 2.70%
b3.10 to 3.50%

Refunding ser G—non-call
2 Vis 1962-63
A-O

__

b3.00 to 3.75%
b2.60 to 3.50%

iy4s 1961-68
IVis Met Dlst at
3Vis

4.25%
3.60%

M-S

Saginaw Water

M-N

1962-68

reg

to
to
to
to

—

b3.00 to 4.40%
b3.00 to 4.40%
b3.00 to 4.45%
b3.00 to 4.35%
b3.00 to 4.30%

loan

1961-81

iy4s 1962-66
IVis 1961-69
1.70s 1962-77

M-S

1969-1971
4y4s 1972-1976
Korean Veterans'—
2 Vis 1961-1966
IVis 1967-1970

b3.00 to 3.90%
b3.85 to 4.40%

Metropolitan Dist Wat Main—
1.70s. 1961-81
M-N
Metropolitan Water Loan—

2 Vis




—

b2.50 to 3.40%
b2.70 to 3.80%
b2.70 to 3.60%
b2.70 to 3.90%
b3.00 to 3.75%
b3.00 to 3.85%
b3.00 to 4.20%
b3.00 to 3.85%
b3.20 to 4.40%
b3.20 to 4.25%
b3.35 to 4.35%

Metropolitan Sewer Loan—

bl.75 to 2.90%
bl.75 to 3.00%

Refunding bonds—
2%% July 1 1965—

b Basis.

—

b2.50 to 3.30%
b2.50 to 4.10%
b2.50 to 4.10%

M-N

1961-75

2.10s

Metropolitan addtl wtr

(Vis 1961-1963 —
3S 1964-1968
Gen Obllg 2%s 1960-76—
Gen Obllg H'Way St Bdge—
1.90s 1962-67
A-O

1.60s 1961-1971
rtland Water District—
3%s June 1 1979

b2.50
b2.50
b2.50
b2.50
101

Highway Imp St Met Sew—

b2.00 to 3.40%
b2.00 to 3.50%

J -D

MAINE

Portland (City of)—
l%s July 1 1961-69

_

1962-70

1.70s

t

1965-1J79
A-O
Trunk Line H'way (series I)—
4s 1962-1965
F-A
3s 1966-1970
F-A
3y4s 1971-1978
F-A
3%s 1979-1982
F-A
Trunk Line H'way (series II)
5s 1962-1968
M-S

3.40

91 Vi

88 Vi

—

School bonds series

1 1961-69
IVis 1961-67

;

Reg IVis Jan 1 1962-72
b2.00 to 3.75%
b2.00 to 3.50%
b3.50 to 3.80%

2 Vis
2 Vis

5s Dec

A-O
...J-D
M-S
M-S
J-J

:

1%S 1962-79

b3.40 to 3.90%

b2.00 to

gold 1962-80

1963-73
1974-92.
Shreveport—

Vis 1962-1970
2y4s 1961-1978
1.90s 1962-67
1.70s 1962-70

99

series I
—A-O

3s

4.00%

105 Vi

Highway Impt St Capital outlay
3y2s July 1 1961-78
J -J

100

Auth—
M-N
—M-N
-M-N

Orleans—

Orleans

Highway Construction
3 Vis 1962-1964

bPar to 4.00%

Authority—
ser A 1998

96

—

2s 1998

Mass Port
4Vis rev

2

Exp'wy—

Mississippi River Bdge
3.60 Bridge rev 1994

3.10%

b2.00 to 3.10%
b3.20 to 3.40%
b3.40 to 3.70%
b3.70 to 3.90%
b2.00 to 3.00%
b2.75 to 3.10%
b3.20 to 3.60%

M-N
1969-73—-M-N

Greater New Orleans
4s Nov 1 1994

100

A-O

4s

Mass Authority Turnpike Rev
(ser 1954) 3.30s May 1 '94—
2 Vis 1961-2005
P-A
2 Vis 1961-1976
F-A
5s
1961-1968
A-O
3 Vis 1961-1978
A-O
4Vis Tunnel rev 1999
A-O

3.60%

99

Greater Baton Rouge Port—
2%s ser A 1961-68
2.60s ser A
2Vis ser A 1974-85——M-N
2.80s ser 1986-94
M-N

4Vis serial

bPar to

J-D

.

__

bPar to 3.00%
—

A-O
A-O
A-O

2s 1962-64
IVis 1965-69
2s 1970-75
2 Vis 1976-78

—

MASSACHUSETTS

Wide S D 2V4s 1964-76
East Baton Rouge Parish—
Consol Sch Dlst No 1:
2Vis Feb 1 1966
Recreation & Park Com—
2Via 1962-68
4-0

New

1961-86

2V*3

—

Michigan (Continued)—
Grand Rapids Expressway—

__

bParto3.20%

_

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask Ne*

Bonds-

bPar to 4.00%

2.70s Oct 1 1961-87
2.40s Aug 1 1961-87.

_

Caddo Parish—

Monroe

bPar to 3.60%
bPar to 2.60%

Gen Imp 2Vis 1963-72_M-N
Prince George's County—
2 Vis pub sch 1962-64
M-S
IVis 1967

3.40%

b3.25
b3.35
b3.65

District—

Sept 1961-72

b2.30 to 3.00%
b2.80 to 3.10%

Refunding of '45 series 8
IVis 1961-73
M-S
Gen imp 2y«s 1961-62_M-N

b3.20 to 3.00%

102)

5s

.M-N
_M-S

4y2s 1961-68
3s 1961-68

Highway IVis series EE—
Dated July 1 1943—

Atcbafalaya Levee

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask Not

Montgomery County—

Highway 2 Vis ser 1-1
Dated Nov 1 1949—

1961.

3.40%
3.40«>

101
99
3.20%

—
—

2.80
—

—
__
—

—

QUOTATIONS FOR i»T.T.

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Not

Bonds—

Af-S
.MS

State Bldg bonds series
3s 1961-63
-Af-N
2V»s 1964-1975
Af-N
2%s 1976-1979
M-N
Columbia (Wat & Elec Rev)—
2s 1961-63 opt *58
Af-N
2 Vis 1964-68 opt '58
M-N

or

bl.50 to 1.90%
b2.00 to 2.70%
b2.80 to 3.70%

bl.60 to 1.80%
b2.10 to 3.00%
b3.10 to 3.20%

2 Vis

2'/as
2 Vis
27/eS

bl.60 to 2.20%
b2.20 to 2.70%

J-J

1972

J-J

Joplln (City) 1 Vis 1962-64

M-S
J-J
J-J
J-J
A-O

bl.60 to 2.70%
bl.60 to 3.00%

bl.60 to 2.00%

_

Airport rev 4Vis 1963-79 J-J

b2.40 to 4.20%

Water Works Improvement
1 Vis 1962-67
M-S

b2.00 to 2.60%

__

3.40s 1974-1975
J-J
Revenue
3 Vis series C 1988
J-J
4Vis ser" D As E 1988—J-J

—

__

bl.50 to 3.35%

3.55

__

bl.50 to 2.50%
to 2.70%
to 3.35%
to 3.45%

b2.60
b3.10
b3.30
b3.55

to 3.60%

bl.80 to 2.50%
b2.60 to 2.80%
b2.80 to 3.00%

(City of)

2Vis Feb 1 1964-1977
Water Revenue—
6s 1961-1969
:

b2.10 to 3.20%

J-J

bl.70 to 2.75%

Public Utll Rev series A—
2s 2Vis & 2Vis '61-69 M-N
Public Utlll Rev 1955 ser—

bl.70 to 2.90%

—A-O
A-O

b2.70 to 3.40%
b3.40 to 3.80%

_

__

Springfield—

2s
1966-72
2 Vis 1973-82

Waterworks Rev (1957 ser)
4 Vis 1991-1997
M-N

_

__

__

_

3.90

MONTANA
War Veteran's
2 Vis 1964

Compensatlor

?8 1982
Montana (State of)—
1.60s Sept 1 1961-60
Cascade School District

b2.75 less
96

b3.30 less

1
_

_

_

1

No

(Great Falls)—
2s and 2Vis June 20

1961-68 opt '58
Helena High School District—
2Vis Jan 1 1973 opt 1963—

b3.25 less
88

Missoula County 8ch Dist—
2.40s Sept 1 1969 opt 1959—
Silver Bow County S D No 1—

(Butte)3Vis July 1 *73 opt 63
Yellowstone Co S D No 2—
Billings 2.30s Feb 1 197
optional 1964

—

1
_

87 Vi

_

b3.50 less

_

_

'88__J-J
1985

2nd series 1988
3s 2nd series B 1988

3Vis

J-J
J-J

2.80s 2nd series B 1988—J-J

4Vis ser B of *30 July '61-67
3 Vis ser C of 30 Nov *61-69
Institutional Construction—
3 Vis series A July 1961-66
4>/2s series B July 1961-67
4s ser C April 1962-69
2Vis ser D May 1961-70
1.20s Nov 1 1961-65

Highway Improvement—
IVis series E Jan 1962
2y2s series F July 1961-83„
State Institution Constr—
1.90s 1961-68
Af-N
State Teachers' 'College—

IVis 1962-63
F-A
IVis 1964-65
T-A
IVis 1966-68 opt 1965—T-A
Water Development—
4s
1964-1968
3s
1969-1974
3 Vis
1975-1979

J-D
J-D
J-D

3%s 1980-1984 'opt '75__J-D
Wat Dev Series B—
3 Vis 1968-1971
A-O
3s 1972-1977
A-O
3.10s 1978-1984
A-O
3%s 1985-1988

99
94
93

—

—

—

3.10

95 Vi

1

Sewage Disp Sys
Central Neb Pub Power and
Irrigation Dlst Elec Rev—
2Y<S 1962-63
Af-S
2 Vis 1964-72
MS
3YtB 1973-77
If-8

b3.10 to 3.50%
b3.60 to 4.10%
b4.10 to 4.30%

_

_

_

Consumer Pub Power Dlst—
Consol Eastern System and'

Western System bonds—
1962-69
J-J
IVis 1970-71
J-J
2y«s Jan 1972
-J-J
2s

of 1951—
1961-67

b3.50 to 4.10%
b4.25 to 4.35%
—

_

IVis 1968-81

J-J

First Issue of 1948—
2 Vis 1961-71
J-J
First Issue of 1949—
2%s 1962-71
J-J
Western System Revenue—
First Issue of 1947—

2Y*s 1961-63
J-J
2y«s 1964-71
J-J
Western System Revenue—
Issue of 1950—
IVis 1961-80
J-J
Lincoln City IVis 1961-62.J-J
S D 4Vis 1961-62
J-D
IVis 1961-71 opt '56
J-J
Loup River Pub Pow Dist—
Elec rev ref <& lmpr ser O
3 Vis 1962-89
Omaha (City of)—
Pub Pow Dlst (Elec Rev)
Issued In 1949—
IVis 1962-63
F-A
3s 1964-69
T-A
2 Vis 1970-79jr-a
Pub Pow Dlst (Elec Rev)
Issued In 1950—
l%s 1963-72
r-A
2s 1973-80
T-A
"

NEW

__

b3.40 to 4.15%
b4.20 to 4.55%

_

b3.10 to 4.10%

_

b3.10 to 3.50%
b3.60 to 4.20%

b3.40 to 4.50%
b2.50 to 2.60%
b2.40 to 2.50%
b2.50 to 4.00%

Vis Dec 1 1962 opt '84
IVis Dec 1 1962 opt *58
1.60s 1961-76
Af-N
1.70s
1962-68
Af-S
Turnpike 2 Vis 1962-1983. Af-S
1

tBid

b3.00 to 4.50%

b3.00 to 3.40%
b3.50 to 4.00%
b4.00 to 4.15%

b3.30 to 4.10%
b4.00 to 4.20%

b2.60 to 3.70%
b2.60 to 3.90%

J-D

J-D

Sewer System series F
6s 1961-1968
3Yta 1969-1974_
3Vis 1975-1989

_

—

Camden—
4 Vis water 1961-69
4s 1962-70
Ref 3.40s 1967-70
Camden County—

__

_

1961-70

Af-N

J-D
J-J

4s 1962-68
Camden (Housing

J-D

bParto2.70%
bl.50 to 2.75%
_

__

bPar to 3.70%

2Vis June 1989Clifton 3s 1961-75.
2 Vis 1961-78
East Orange—
4 Vis 1961-1969
3s school 1961-74
Elizabeth—
2 Vis 1962-1978

_

_

_

6s 1962-72
Essex County—
1.70s 1961-87

bPar to• 2.35%

b2790 to>3.20%
b2.10 to 2.60%
b2.70 to 3.00%
—

—

to 2.70%
to par
to 3.20%
to 3.30%

3.25%
3.25%
3.70%
3.40%
3.80%

99

97
99
b2.25 to 4.00%
b2.25 to 3.50%
b2.25 to 4.20%

b3.00 to 3.40%
b3.00 to 3.75%
a

b2.00 to 2.60%
b2.70 to 4.00%
b4.00 to 4.10%
b2.00 to 3.10%
b3.10 to 3.40%
b3.40 to 3.65%
b3.65 to 3.80%
bl.85 to 2.80%

b2.00 to 3.20%
b2.25 to 3.50%
b3.25 to 3.50%

3.80%

Less 1. dLess 114. gLess

2.00 to 3 15%
b2.00 to 3 .30%
b2.00 to 3 .75%
b2.00 to 3 25%
b2.00 to 3 ,75%
b2.00 to 3 75%
b2.00 to 3. 607c
b2.00 to 3 40%
b2.00 to 3 40%
b2.00 to 3 60%
b2.00 to 3.10%
b2.00 to 3.00%

99%

J-D

92
87

J-D
7

••

100
96
93
88

95

..J-D
'•

—

—

4 Vis
water
1962-70
Passaic County—
4 Vis
1962-1970

IVis 1962-1963
Paterson-—
4 Vis
1962-1968

—

1.20s 1962-1969

—

•

J-J

bl.75 to 3.10%

J-D
F-A

bl.60 to 2.807s
b2.00 to 2.60%

A-O
F-A

bl.75 to 2.95%
b2.40 to 3.75%

Perth

1.50
__

„

2.70
_

—

„

3.20
3.35

Amboy—
4Vis water 1962-64
5s Feb 1962-77
■

Af-S
F-A
1962-70 __F-A

Plainfield lVas
Ridge wood 5 Vis 1961-62—If-N
4%s 1962-68
M-N
South Jersey Port District—
Marine Terminal—
4 Vis 1962-1973
A-O
South Orange—
4 Vis 1962-70
-J-D
_J-D
4 Vis 1962-1967
Summit—
.A-O
1.70s school 1962-69-

_

__

_

1.20s 1962-74
Trenton—
3s gen imp 1962-67— _M-N
3s 1962-70
—A-O
2Vis gen fd <Ss ref '62-68 F-A
2Vis ref 1962-66
A-O

1%S 1962-74
Union County—

J-D

2.80s June 1 1962-1965
Union Township School Dlst—
4 Vis 1962-68
J-J
2.40s Sch Dist 1962-67—T-D
Weehawken 3Vis 1962-70
J-J

b2.00
b2.00
b2.00
bl.60
bl.60

to 2.50%
to 3.85%
to 3.85 %
to 1.90%
to 2.70%

b2.00 to 3.75%
bl.60 to 2.85%
bl.60 to 2.65%
bPar to 3.60%

—

bl.75 to 2.00%
Z2.50 to 4.05%

bl.60
bl.60
bl.60
bl.60
bl.60

to 2.65%
to 2.80%
to par
to 2.55%

to 3.15%
bl.60 to 3.90%

bl.60 to 2.40%
bl.75 to 2.95%

bl.75 to 3.45%

bl.75 to 3.10%

Westfieid—
4 Vis 1962-66
West New York—
4Vis Oct 1 1962-68

A-O

bl.75 to 2.80%

A-O

b2.00 to 3.30%

Highway Debentures—
2Vis Aug 1 1961
Severance Tax—
2s July 1 1961-65

Building Institution—
IVis July 1 1961-62—
l%s July 1 1963-65
Albuquerque—
2 Vis pub imp 1961-62
2Y*s

1961-70
NEW

-J-D
-A-O

bl.90 to 2.90%
bl.90 to 3.20%

1.60%

b2.20 to 2.70%
b2.30 to 2.60%
b2.65 to 3.00%

J-J
J-D

b2.25 to 2.40%
b2.25 to 3.60%

YORK

4s July 1 1961
4s Jan 1 1962
4Vis Jan 1 1964.

4s
4s

b2.20

Canal Improvement—

4Vis Jan
Jan
Jan

1
1

1

1965.

1966
1967-

Barge Canal 5s 1971.

J-J
J-J

-J-J
-J-J
-J-J

-J-J
-J-J

Af-S
J-J

b2.00 to 4.00%
b2.00 to 3.40%

Grade Crossing Elimination—
1.30s 1961 opt 1960
J*D
1.50s 1969-71 opt 1988—J-D

A-O

bl.95 to 4.00%
bl.95 to 4.00%

bl.50 less
bl.75 less
b2.00 less

Vi
V*
Y*

b2.20 less

Vi
Vi

b2.30 less
b2.40 less

Vi
Vi

b2.70 less

Highway Improvement—

M-N

4s

March 1

bl.90 to 2.90%
bl.90 to 4.00%

b2.10 to 3.50%
b2.10 to 2.70%

J-D

b2.00 to 3.65%

If-N
Af-N

b2.00 to 3.65%
b2.00 to 3.50%

1962

Af-S

4Vis Sept 1 1968

M-S

4Vis March 1 1965
4s Sept 1 1965
4s March 1 1987

Af-S

A-O
J-D
Af-N

-M-N

2.20%

b.2.40
b2.00
b2.10
b2.00
b2.00

to
to
to
to

3.40%
3.35%
3.10%

M-N

2.50%
b2.00 to 4.00%
b2.00 to 3.75%

M-N

b2.00 to 3.40%

-J-J

b3.40 to 4.50%

J-D
J-D

b2.00 to 3.20%
b2.00 to 3.25%

%. b Basis. 'Flat nrlce.

M-S
M-S

Power Author 8.20s 1995—J-J
General Revenue series F—
4.20s Jan 1 2006
J-J
3.50s 1965-73

3.75s

Kearny—
4Vis water 1961-70
5 Vis 1961-70

...J-D

—

—

State

b2.00 to 4.00%

Hospital 2.60s 1961-76-M-N

3y«s 1966-1992

1961
1963
2V<a 1964
2 Vis 1967

2Vis

b2.00 to 3.20%
b2.00 to 3.10%

b2.00 to 3.50%

Hackens&ck 3s 1961-66—_M-5
Hamilton (Township)—

Water 2.60s 1961-76
Water Series D—
2s 1961-71
Sewer Authority 1st

1961-83

1961-1970
3.10s April 1 1962-77—
2Vis Jan 15 1962-76
2.40s 1961-1974
2 Vis
1961-1968
2.20s 1961-1967
1.60s Aug 15 1961-70—
New Brunswick—
4Vis sch & wat '61-69- -J-D
_J-D
4 Vis 1961-67
North Bergen—

2Vis Em House 1962-71-M-N

97

b3.90

Glen Ridge—
4 Vis Mun Bldg 1961-70
T-A
IVis sch dist 1961-85_1M
Gloucester City—
5 Vis water 1981-66
M-S

5s 1961-69
4Vis 1961-1967
4s 1961-64

4 Vis
4s

Tenafly 4%s 1962-63.

b2.40
b2.80
b3.05
bPar

_»

3Vis sewer 1961-1978
Hudson County—
4 Vis 1961-78
2.65s 1961-70

Morris town—
4s 1961-69
;
Newark 6s 1962-72

2 Vis

bPar to 3.10%

Author)—

—

_

b2.00 to 3.50%
b2.00 to 3.40%

NEW MEXICO

J-D

3.60s 1990-1997_J -D
Bloomfield 4Vis 1961-1968-J-D

2.30s 1961-62
b3.00 to
b3.00 to
b3.00 to
b3.00 to
b3.00 to

price to option date,




2 Vis 1966-78
2.70s 1977-89

1.40s 1961-90

Highway—

Concord fClty of)—
4Vis U T D 1961-65
Manchester—
1 Vis Aug 1 1961-68

J-D

Irving ton 5s school 1963—J-D
JeTsey City—
_M-If
A-O

bPar to 2.50%
bPar to 2.60%
bPar to 2.70%

Authority
1961-65

4%s
b3.10 to 4.35%

HAMPSHIRE

3V*s Nov 1 1981-88l%s 1962-1980

Af-N

4.10

1st Issue

IVis

bl.50 to 2.70%

Bergen County—
Sewer
2 Vis

._J-J

__

__

Passaic—

(ser B)

3 Vis 1961-93

NEBRASKA

b2.00 to 3.00%

Montclair 2Vis 1961-70—. .Af-N

—

bParto2.50%

Atlantic City—
Ref bonds of

1944
3 Vis 1962-67
3s Dec 1 '67 opt '48 to '54
4Vis gen Imp 1961-79
A-O
Bayonne—
4Vis school 1962-67
F-A

1

b3.60 less

_

b2.00 to 3.75%
b2.00 to 3.50%

J-D

4s 1961-1967
Middlesex (Borough)—
3 Vis 1962-67

99

98 Vi
91
90

„

89
107

94 Vi
98'A

—

„

—

__

87 Vi
105 Vi

—

Highway Extension—
St Louis

-N
M-N

1961-69

Maplewood (Township)—

Turnpike Authority—
Rev 3.20 ('51 Issue)
Revenue 3 Vis Jan 1

Bonds1.60s

_

2.90
b2.80 to 3.15%
bl.60 to 3.25%

J-J
J-J
J-J

1969-71
1972-77
1978-83
1984-83

J-J
State Higher Education—
4s 1963-1967
—J-J
3%S 1968-1970_
J-J
3 Vis 1971-1973
J-J

bl.70 to 3.25%
b3.30 to 3.75%
b2.20 to 2.65%

Yield Basis or T«
Bid
Ask
Net

To

Net

Linden 2.45s 1961-85—

Highway Auth (Garden
State Parkway) —
State-Guar Parkway ser A—
3s 1962-85
J-J
2 Vis 1986-88
J-J
State Guar Parkway ser B
3s 1962-68
J-J

Independence (Elec Lt WksRev)

Kansas City—
3Vis various 1962-72
3s 1962-75
2 Vis
1961-63
2 Vis 1967
2 Vis 1970-73
2 Vis 1961-75

Yield Basis
Bid
Ask

NEW JERSEY
Af-N

2V*S 1972-1977

SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 30, 1961.

Bonds—

MISSOURI
State of Missouri—
3s 1961-1963
2 Vis 1964-1971

4 Vis 1961-1972
4Vis 1973-87 opt

83

STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS

April, 1961

1974-79

General revenue series G—
4s 1965-1969
J-J
3 Vis 1970-1974
J-J
4a 1975-1979
J-J
General revenue series H—
4Vi% Jan 1 2006
Serial debentures
3.50s 1965-1971
J-J
3.75s 1972-1980
J-J
General revenue series J
3Vis Jan 1 2006
Serial debentures
3.25s 1965-1977 :
J-J
3.40s 1978-1979
J-J
Southern State Pkwy Rev—
Jones Beach State Pkwy
Auth 2%s Nov 1 1988

99 Vi
b3.40 less

1

bl.75 less
bl.95 less

V*
%
Vi
Vi
Vi

b2.20 less
b2.20 less
b2.40 less

91

—

94

105 Vi
107Vi
b3.00 to 3.50%
b3.50 to 3.60%

b3.00 to 3.25%
b3.00 to 3.50%
b3.55 to 3.60 %
103Vi

104Vi

b3.00 to 3.30%
b3.10 to 3.65%
_

100"
100

_

91

—

—

—

—

—

_

—

_

—

—

„

__

_

_

—

„

—

100

93

_

STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS

84

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 30, 1961.

N

Yield Baals

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

Bonds—

Nassau County—(Continued)
2.40s 1961-64
M-N

Y Thruway AuthorityState Guaranteed—

June 1 1971
June 1 1973
June 1 1975
June 1 1977-78
2.70s June 1 1980-81
2 Vis June 1 1982-84
Thruway Authority (2nd issue)
2Vis Oct 1 1971
2Vis Oct 1 1975
2.60s 1976
A-O
2.70s 1977-1978
A-O
2Vis 1979-1980
A-O
2Vis 1981-1984 __
A-O
Thruway Authority—
Gen Revenue series A—
2 Vis 1964-1971
J-J
2 Vis 1972-1979
1-J
2Vis
2Vis
2 Vis
2.60s

3.10s July 1 1994
Thruway Authority—
Gen Revenue series B—

3.90s 1974-1979
Thruway Author (3rd
2 Vis 1985-89
2.45s 1990

J-J
J-J

2y4S 1964-69
2%s 1970-79
2.70s July 1 1994
Thruway Authority—
Gen Revenue series
6s
1966-1968
5 Vis 1969
3%S 1970-1973

J-J

J-J
r- J
J-J

issue)
J-J
-_J-J

1993-95

J-J

Thruway Author (4th issue I
1

1985-91

2.70s Jan 1 1992-93
2Vis Jan 1 1994-95

issue)

Thruway Author (6th

J-J

3s Jan 1 1985—
3.05s Jan 1 1986
3.15s Jan 1 1987

J-J
J-J
(-J
J-J

3.20s Jan 1 1988-90
3.15s Jan 1 1991
3.10s Jan 1 1992-95

J-J

Thruway Auth (7th issue) —
3y2s 1985-1990
J-J
3.40s 1991-1992
J-J
1993-1995

3.45s

2Vis
2y2s

2y2s
2y2s

J-J

——

Various purposes—
3y4s Marcn 15 1981
3s March 25 1987—
IVis April 1979—
1.60s June 18 1984
iy2s Aug 1 1965
iy2s Dec 4 1980
iy2s Dec 3 1981—
iy»s Dec 1 1998/88

1Vis
2y4s
2y4s
2y2s

M-S
M-S

A-O

F-A
J-D
J-D

June 15 1990_
Dec 1 1985
Dec 1 1990/88
Dec 1 1965
Dec 1 1970
Jan 15 1978
Jan 15 1985—
Jan 15 1991—

3s July 1 1979
——
3s July 1 1983
3 Vis March 15 1981
4s March 1 1962
4s March 1 1967

,

Albany (City of)—
4 Vis 1961-69

M-N

4y2s 1961-70
J-D
4s munic & sch 1962-63-J-J
3 Vis 1961-64
J-D
2y4S 1962-73
M-S
2%s 1962-73
M-S
1 80s 1961-1962
J-D
1.70s 1961-79
M-N
—

_.

_

—

Binghamton 4Vis 1962-71_A-0
Buffalo—
4 Vis 1961-67
1.70s 1961-1981

A-O
J-D

Sewer Authority—
4s 1961-64
;

J-J
J-D

4y2s 1961-64 ——
3Vis ser F 1961-64—M-N
2.10s ser 1 1961-67—M-N
l%s ser J 1965-66—M-S

4»/4s
4 Vis
4 Vis
4y4s
4Vis

—

...

r—

______

-

Feb 15 1976

:!____

1974—i
April 15 1972_
June 1

-

__

April 1 1966

4s Oct 1 1980
4s May 1 1977
3y2s Jan 15 1976

3y4s July 1 1975—
3s June 1 1980

Vi

Vi

b3.50 less
b3.50 less
b3.50 less
b3.50 less
b3.50 less
b3.50 less

Vi

2'/2s May 1 1985-1995
2Vis June 1 1991-1999

%
Vi

3s June 1
4s Jan 1

_

Vi

——

Vi

Feb
3s Jan
3s

_

—.:

1

1

%
Vi

_

.

_

—

Vi
Vi

-

__

1979

1977

2%s July
—-

__

__

4s 1961-1964

M-N

—

3%s 1965
3 %s 1966-1979

M-N
M-N

__

__

__

Buncombe County—
2%-4s gen ref July

105
102 y8
106 y4
106 y8
ioi y3

F-A

M-N

2y4S 1962-72

A-O

93%

2 Vis

97%

b4.00
b4.10

1986-1990

1995-1997

sewer 1965-70
M-N
3.95s Nov 1 1961-70
M-N
Sch dist 1.60s 1961-69—F-A
Water 1.80s 1961-80 opt '57

Vi
Vi
Vi

Onondaga County—
2.10s Feb 1 1962-68
1.70s 1961-68

99 Vi
b3.50 less
b3.85 less 1
b4.00 less 1
Vi
b2.75 less
b3.90 less 1
b3.90 less 1
3.60%
D3.80
3.95%
54.05
3.65%
b3.75
3.65%
b3.80
2.10%
b2.25
2.80%
b3.00
3.35%
b3.50
3.50%
b3.65
3.65%
b3.80
3.05%
b3.20

Port of New York

J-D

3.90%
3.95%

Durham

—

b2.40 to 3.20%

—

—

__

__

bl.75 to 3.15%
bl.80 to 3.40%

__

bl.90
bl.90
b2.00
bl.90
b2.00
b2.00

to
to
to
to
to
b2.00 to
b2.00 to
bl.70 to

2.80%

bl.70 to 2.50%
bl.90 to 3.70%

J-D

-A-O

Greenburgh Un Sch Dis No 9
4.40s 1961-1965
J-D
Hempstead 2.30s 1962-67 J-J
Central High Sch Dist
2.80s 1962-84

Hempstead—

—

bl.90 to 2.40%
bl.90 to 2.40%
b2.C0 to 3.10%
b2.00 to 3.00%
b2.60 to 2.70%

__

__

__

__

__

—

b2.00 to 2.60%

—

b2.00 to 2.80%

b2.00 to 2.60%
b2.00 to 3.00%

__

__

__

b2.00 to 4.10%.

Mamaroneck 3.90s 1961-68-J-J
Mineola (V) 4.40s 1961-68_J-J
Mount Vernon—

bl.90 to 2.90%
bl.90 to 3.00%

4 Vis

M-N

b2.10 to 3.25%

4.20s 1961-86
3.90s 1961-1989
3 Vis 1961-87

M-S
J-J

bl.90 to 3.75%
bl.90 to 3.70%
bl.90 to 3.75%

school 1962-72
Nassau County—

J-D
A-O
J-J

3.40s 1961-85
2s J"lv 1961-64

b Basis,

n

bl.90 to 3.90%
b2.00 to 2.50%

3%s 1961-69
3>/2s 1970-75
5s water ser 1961-68
l'/2s April 1 1962-66

__

82 Vi

__

82'%

—

84

86

77

79

—

Kinston (El Lt & Street

—

60

65
62

54

57

Imp)

b2.40
b3.15
b2.40
b2.50

to
to
to
to

3.05%
3.35%
3.00%
3.25%

b3.00 to 3.70%
b3.75 to 3.90%

Macklenburg County—
1%s 1961-1965
2s 1966-75

-J-D
J-D

b2.50 to 3.20%
b3.50 to 3.70%

1961-67

A-O

b2.25 to 2.80%
b2.25 to 2.95%

1961-68
—

-

87'/2

M-N
M-N
J-D

J-D
J-D

2Y*s

2s 1967-71

—

4y2s

Raleigh
3s

A-O

1961-70

—

Water and sewer bonds—

bl.70 to 3.20%

—

bl.60 to 2.95%:

—

3.05%
__

3.45%
3.90%
<*.J5%
4.45%

Tonowanda (City)—
/.
3V4s sewpge 1961-69
J-J bl.80 to 3.15%
4Vis sewer 1961-68—<^__T-J bl.80 to 2.90%
Tonowanda (Town)—
2.40s drainage 1981-68—J-J
bl.80 to.3.15%
Triborough Bridge & Tunnel

Authority Revenue—
2s July 1 1961—
2'/as July 1 1965
2y8s July 1
1967—
2 Vis July 1 1963
3.75s July 1 1969—
4s Jan 1 1985
Troy 4%s 1961-70
4>/4s 1962-70
2.10s 1961-78
__—i
2s 1961-81

__

—

3.15

J-J

2 Vis 1962-70

*

J-J

1971-80

2 Vis

Transylvania County—
Refunding bonds—
4% 1972 opt 1958

J-J

b2.75 to 3.35%
b3.40 to 4.00%

96

99

__
__

__
__

—
-_

Wilmington—
4%s

A-O

1961-62

b2.50 to 2.75%

Water Wtorks Extension—

2.25%

—

3.00%
3.25%
3.40%

b3.60
104%
J-J
J-J

M-N

__

—

__

—

__

__

__

—

__

—

Nominal, d Less IVi.

1962-86_

4%s san sew 1962-82
4 Vis 1961-1969——
4s June
1 1961-1964
3%s 1961-1980
2.70s 1961-81

Yonkers—
5%s Jan 1962-81—
4%s 1961-62
4s

July

1

1961-1979

J-D
J-J
J-D

b2.50 to 3.15%
b2.50 to 3.90%

-

M-N
1962-68 _J-J
1969-73__A-Q

b2.25 to 3.20%
b2.35 to 3.20%
b3.35 to 3.60%

—

b3.50
J-D

Wilson (Town of)—
2Vis 1962-65
—A-O
2Vis 1962-78 __________A-0

Winston-Salem—
4V2S 1961-73

b3.25
b3.40

^

b2.50 to 4.25%

__

b2.50

Watertown 1.60s 1962-79—-J-J
Westchester County—
5s 1961-1976
J-D

4Vis parkway
b2.00 to 4.00%

b2.25 to 2.60%
b2.25 to 2.70%
b2.25 to 2.60%

(refunding)—

High Point

—

3.50%

__

OHIO

__

105 Vi
bl.75 to 3.40%
bl.90 to 3.90%

__

bl.90 to 3.90%
bl.90 to 4.15%

—

bl.60 to 3.50%

2s refunding
IVis refunding

~

—
__

__

«.

Union Free School District
No 16 2.20s 1962-72—J-J

J-J
F-A
-—-J-J

3%s-2s-iy2s 1961-80—A-O

No 1
F-A

b3.15 to 3.60%
b3.70 to 3.90%

1968-70

4%s
1962-63
4y2s 1962-65
Ref 3 Vis 1962-63

—

81V*
8iy4

__

3.75%
2.20%
4.00%
2.90%

b2.40 to 3.60%

A-O
A-O

3»/4s 1962-67

—_

91 y2
87

2s Aug 15 1961-64
b2.05 to
2.10s Aug 15 1965_
2s Aug 15 1966-67
b3.25 to
2.10s Aug 15 1968-70
b3.65 to
2s Aug .15 1971-73—b4."0 to
2.10s Aug 15 1974-79
b4.20 to

3.75%

J-D

Rocky Mount—

IVis 1961-76
J-J
Syracuse 3s 1961-71J-J
Syracuse Housing Authority—
Ref 1st issue series A—

2.90%
2.25%
2.50%

b2.60 to 3.70%
b3.80 to 3.90%

__

General

bl.80 to 2.90%

J-D
J-D
J-J

b99% to 2.60%
bl.80 to 3.20%
bl.80 to 3.55%

A-O
A-O
A-O

bl.80 to 3.50%
bl.80 to 2.10%
bl.80 to 3.40%
bl.70 to 2.65%
bl.75 to 2.00%
b99% to 2 90%

__

—

__

__

obligations—

Construction—
3 Vis 1961-1966

J-D

3s 1967-1971
J-D
2.85s 1972-1974
J-D
Korean Conflict Compensation
3s

bl.60 to 3.15%
bl.85 to 3.40%
bl.80 to 3.20%

May

15

1961-72

bl.50 to 2.25%
b2.35 to 2.75%

b2.80to2.90%

bl.50 to 2.80%

World War II—
2s

compensation

1962 A-O
1—

Turnpike revenue No
3Vis June 1 1992

1.65
93Vi

94%.

—

—

—

Major Thorofare Construction
Series A iy4s 1961-62—M-S
1.40s 1963-64
M-S

bl.75 to 2.35%
b2.50 to 2.65%

Serial L

3.10s Oct 1 1961-64
4-^
2.70s 1961-62
A-O
2V,<s Julv 1 1961-69 ____A-1

3y«s 1962-1969

bl.65to2.65%

3.40s 1970-1972

b2.75 to 2.85%

M-S
M-S
Major Thoroughfare Const

—

—

(pub imp)—

Elisabeth City

__

90 y2
85Vi

63

b3.25 to 4.25%
b4.25 to 4.60%

F-A
F-A

IVis 1961-1969

3s

97y2
94Vi
91'/4

86%

b2.50 to 2.80%
b3.40 to 4.05%
b3.80 to 4.00%

of)—

Durham (County of)—

__

106Vi, 108
100 Vi
101%
97V4
98 V*
96V4
97»/2

96»/4
93 V4

b2.25 to 3.15%
b2.25 to 3.50%
b2.50 to 3.40%
b2.50 to 3.10%
b2.50 to 3.60%
b3.60 to 4.00%

__

2.20%

__

M-S

2 Vis
1963-78
2 Vis 1979-83

__

bl.70 to 3.15%
bl.75 to 3.10%
bl.75 to 3.90%

901/.

2Vis April 1 1985
2Vis Sept 1 1984——
Air Terminal—
2y2s Oct 1 1979
Air & Marine Terminal—
2.20s Dec 1 1980
General & Refunding—
2s Aug 15 1974
IVis April 1 1985
iy2s April 1 1985
—_
IVis March 1 1986—

bl.90 to 3.00%

(City

M-S

Queensboro—

—_

3s May 1 1986
3s Nov 1 1982
2.90s Dec 1 1983—__.

3.10%
1.50%
2.35%
2.15%
1.90%
2.00%

M-N

Craven County—
Ref 2%s 1962-71
Ref 2'/4s 1972-81

Authority

Consolidated—
4y4S Oct 1 1989—
3Vis Oct 1 1987
3Vis Feb 1 1989—
3.40s Feb 1 1987
3.40s Sept 1 1086—
3Vis May 1 1988

3.20%

M-N

-M-N

Municipal Improvement—

4.15s

%

A-O
1953—

1

2y8s 1965-75
2%S 1976-85

4.20%
4.15%

b2.30 to 3.70%
b2.40 to 2.90%
b2.90 to 3.15%

95

M-N

Nov

2.60%'

91

1962-77

94

to

1 1976M-N

1973-80
Issues dated
6s 1961-64

3.60

b2^5

95

2 Vis 1961-66

3s

4.10%
,
' 4.00%

__

__

91

98%
93 Vi

b4.35
b4.35

b2.70to3.15%

1976-

Charlotte—
4y2s 1961-70
4Vis 1961-79

b4.25
b4.05

_

Asheville—
2%-4s gen ref July 1

108%
io7y4

96

15 1969

New York City Housing Autn—
2s March 1 1990-2000
2Vis March 1 1990-2000—__

__

2.60

b3.00 to 3.45%

iy4s Jan 1 1970
iy4s Jan 1 1962-64
Secondary road of Jan 1 '51
iy2s 1961-81
J-J
l%s 1962-66
J-J
2s 1967-70
J-J

110
109
109
108 y2
108 y4

__

__

__

107%
104 »/2

108
107
107
106 y2
106 y.
106 y2
106
104
ioi y2
104 y2
104 y2
99y2
96 y2
92 y2
92 y2
92 y2

b2.10 to 2.40%

_

111%
109V4

103V2

—

Road bonds dated July 1 1949.
b2.35 to 2.60%
iy4s Jan 1 1962-64
3.30
IVis Jan 1 1968-69

112 Vi

110%
109 y2
108 y4
106

__

Capital Improvement—

__

Niagara Falls—

,

2.20s sewer 1962-66

less 1.

_

_

b3.60 less
b3.60 less
b3.60 less
b3.60 less

Vi

_

March 1 1964
4Vis March 1 1962

'mm-m

(City)—

a

to 4.20%
to 4.25%
to 3.75%

b2.35to2.50%
b3.00 to 3.40%

IVis April 1 1962-63
IVis April 1 1965-70

__

Schenectady—
J-D

Freeport—

Issues dated Oct l 1950—

to 4.20%

Secondary Road—
iy2s Jan 1 1965-69

_—

1961-1964

__

bl.90 to 2.50%
bl.90 to 2.25%
b2.00 to 3.10%

M-S

4y2s June 1 1965
4y2s March 1 1963
4y4s March 1 1981
4V4s Nov 15 1978
4y4s Jan 1 1977_

,

b3.25 to 3.50%
b3.50 less 1
b3.50 to 3.55%
b3.60 to 3.75%

b2.10
b2.20
b2.35

1.90s 1961-68




,

80

b3.45 less

to 2.50%

bl.90 to 2.25%

New York City (various)—
4%s Dec 1 1979
4 Vis Dec 15 1971
4y2s July 1 1967
_

b3.40 to 3.75%
b3.80 to 4.00%

b3.25
bl.70
b2.50
b2.30

Albany County—

1.60s

,

b3.75 to 3.90%
94 y4
9i y4

b3.30

4Vis Jan 1 1965—
4V2s Sept 1 1963
4Vis Jan 1 1964
5s March 1 1965

Cortland

4M,s 1961-65
4y4s 1961-63
1.80s 1962-68

b3.30 to 3.75%

b3.50 less
b3.50 less

NORTH CAROLINA

b2.00
92
b2.00
b2.00
b2.00
b2.10

J-J

1961-63

b3.50 less
b3.60 less
b3.60 less

J-J

1991-92

2Vis Jan

M-S
M-S

Bonds—

Net

M-N
M-N

4s water impt
New Rochelle—

C—

J-J

F-A

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

To

or

Ask

Newburgh—

Vi
Vi
Vi
Vi
Vi
Vi

b3.00 less
b3.20 less
b3.30 less
b3.35 less
b3.40 less
b3.45 less

M-S
A-O

2y2s revenue 1975
2V2s 1961-82
2.10s im 1961-79
2s 1961-80
1.60s 1961-69

Vi
Vi
Vi
ViVi
Vi

less
less
less
less
less
less

"

_

2.60s
2 Vis

b3.00
b3.10
b3.20
b3.40
b3.45
b3.45

78

_____

Bid

Bonds—

Series C 3y4s 1962-64__M-S
3s 1965-1972
M-S
Akron S D 2 1961-69
J-D

bl.65to2.25%
b2.35 to 2.85%
bl.75 to 3.35%

—

__

__

__

__

'_L__

—

__

__

__

85

STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS

April, 1961

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 30, 1961.
Yield

Cincinnati—

July 1, 1966.
2V4s Sept 1 1961-62
2y4s Sept 1 1961-76

J3-3

2s school 1961-72
MS
2S 1962-90
M-S
IVis water wks 1961-79-M-S
IVis school 1961-73
MS
Limited tax Improvement
2 Vis 1961-78
US
Unlimited tax bonds
3y«s 1961-1984
3 Vis 1961-1989

Cleveland—
5 Vis 1962-1970

J-D

5s w W 1962-1968
3s 1962-63

J-E>

A-O
M-S

2Vis 1962-1983
2 Vis 1962-1973

M-S
M -N

IVis 1962-72
IVis 1962-1971
Waterworks extension
1st mtge revenue

M-S

1962-1965

F-A

2y<s 1966-72
Aug 1
Waterworks extension
1st mtge rev ser D—
2s 1962-1972
F-A
2%s 1973-1976
F-A
Columbus—
4 Vis 1962-1963
F-A
2 Vis
1961-1980
J -J
2s 1961-1974
A-O
1 Vis 1961-72
M-N
Waterworks 2s 1861-87 M-A

Various purposes
3 Vis Jan 1 1962-1986

Cuyahoga County—
iy<a Co Bldg 1961-68

2y2s Airport 1962-1964—J-J
Sewer disposal
IVis 1961-64 opt '55—M-N
iy«S 1965-66 opt *68—M-N

b2.50

2.30%
bl.80
1.60%
bl.80 to 3.40%
bl.80 to 3.40%
bl.80 to 3.80%
bl.80 to 3.90%
bl.80 to 3.55%

Salem

A-O

1961-73_.
County Offices Bldg
1961-1969

2s

Waterworks 1962
A-O
IVis S D bldgs 1961-72_M-N
Franklin County is '61-68 M-S

Hamilton—
City 1 Vis 1961-71
County 1st 1961-69

b2.60
b2.60
b2.60
b2.60

Eighth Series—
6 Oct 15 1961-62
J-J
3.30s Oct 15 1963-64—J-J
3.40s Oct 15 1965-66—J-J
3Vis Oct 15 1967-74—J-J
3.70s Oct 15 1975-83—J-J

to 4.20%
b2.60 to 4.00%
b2.60 to 3.90%
b2.70 to 4.10%

11th Series—
3 Vis 1962-1968
3.40s 1969-1970
3 Vis 1971-1973
3.60s 1974-1979
3 Vis 1980-1986
12th Series—
3s 1963-1966
3.20s 1967-1871
3.40s 1972-1974

b2.60 to 3.20%
b3.30 to 3.90%

b2.75 to 3.90%
b4.00 to 4.10%
bl.65
bl.50
bl.50
bl.50

to 2.00%
to 3.85%
to 3.75%
to 3.75%

3Vis

to 1.65%
to 3.75%

b2.50 to 3.75%
b2.0O to 3.85%

b2.50 to 3.85%

bl.75 to 3.65%
bl.65 to 3.75%
bl.65 to 3.75%

J-D
J-D

2.10s

b2.75 to 4.00%

__

__

__

3.00

F-A

Northeastern Turnpike—
3 Vis 1962-1968
3-D
3 Vis 1968-1969
3-D
3.60s 1970-1982
J-D
3 Vis 1983-1993
3-D

Oklahoma City—
1st May 1 1961-71
Issues dated May 1
2 Vis 1961-68
2 Vis 1969-78

99%

1007/a

—

—

—

3.60

b4.00 to 4.75%
b4.80 to 5.00%

—

__

b5.10 to Par

—

1913
M-N
M-N

bl.25 to 3.00%
b3.10 to 3.75%

J-J
J-3

bl.50 to 2.50%
b2.60 to 3.00%

_

_

Tula a—
Is 1964-1968

General obligations—
1.10s 1962-1965
J-J
Waterworks Ac Sewer—
2s 1961-1962
M-S

2V*s 1961-1973

J-J

2s

1961-1962

M-S

3 Vis Oct 1 1975
3.40s 1977 opt '71
3.40s 1978 opt '71

2M»s Apr 1 1967
IVis 1962
1 Vis
1962
iy«S 1962

A-O
F-A
F-A

_

__

__

3.30
3.35
3.40
3.00

bl.50 to 1.65%
bl.50 to 1.65%
__

__

__

1.85

bl.50 to 3.10%
b3.10 to 3.70%

A-O

A-O

__

__

bl.50 to 2.10%
b2.30 to 2.50%

A-O

t Bid for average maturity,




—

A-O

Veterans' Compensation—
1 Vis Oct l 1961-1966
1 Vis Oct 1 1967-1972.
2s 1962-1963
2s 1964-65 opt '63
2 Via 1966 opt 1963

__

—

A-O
A-O

__

3.35

—

__

b Basts,

Philadelphia School District—
2%s

to 3.55%
to 3.70%
bPar to 3.80%

™

-M-N

impt

US
J-J

1961-73

2 Vis 1961-77
2s 1961-74

A-O

IVis Sept 1961-63
iy4s 1961-1970
Pittsburgh—
2Vis sch dist 1961-62.
IS 1961-65
1.20s 1961-66
2s

P-A

b3.50 to 3.60%
b3.65 to 3.70%

—

b3.75 to 3.80%
b3.85 to 4.00%
b4.00 to 4.05%
—.

—

b3.50 to 3.55%
b3.60 to 3.70%
b3.75 to 3.80%

__

_

b3.70
b3.80
bPar
bPar

_

to
to
to
to

__

__

_

_

F-A
J-D

A-O

2Vis

—

2.70s

J-J
j^r

1964-68

j-j
j-j
j-j

1968-72
1973-76

1977-85
WTDlamsport Munle Water
A)
Authority (Water rev
-J-J
IVis 1961-68
-J-J
1%S 1969-79
2.80s

_

3.70
_

—

2s 1961-1975
York School District—
IVis Imp 1962-70
-

_

Par
4.30
4.50

_

_

_

_

Delaware River Extension
2Vis June 1 1970
3s
June 1 1982

ioi y4
91 Vi

99%

lOOVi

88%
84%

F-A

Jf-N
2%s May 1 1961-1970
IVis 1961-1972
M-N
IVis 1961-1980
M-N
IVis 1961-1965
M-S
IVis 1961-1974
M-N
Sewer Revenue series C—
2Vis June 1 1961-64—J-D
2.70s June 1 1965-67--J-D
3s June 1 1968-1971
J-D
3.20s June 1 1972-75—J-D
3.30s June 1 1976-81—J-D
3.60s June 1 1996
J-D
Allentown l%s 1961-76
J-D
S D Is 1962-1974
F-A
Allentown Authority—
Water rev 2s 1961-69
J-J
2 Vis 1970-1977
J-J
Chester Municipal Authority—
Water rev 2Vis Dec 1 1961-85
2Vis Dec 1 1986-1988
Term 2s 1988
3-D

Ref bdge Is June l 1968_
2.30s Bdge rev sec A '84-M-N
2.35s Bdge rev B '84
Jf-N

84%

__

__

2.65

aN

Easton (City of) Authority—
Sewer rev 1951 series—
2s
1973-76
:
A-O
2 Vis 1977-84
A-O
2s
1985-86
A-O

Highway 2s 1961-72
M-N
IVis 1961-83
A-O
2Vis series G 1962-74—F-A
1962-66
4Vis Mar 15

Erie (City of)—
IVis imp 1961-71.
3 Vis 1961-1982.

_

Lehigh (County of)—
IVis 1961-81
Philadelphia (City of)—

J-D

3s 1962-1963
2 Vis 1964-1990

J-J
T-3

IVis 1991-1999
3s Jan 1 1962-19642Vis Jan 1 1965-1985.

J-J

Warwick (City) —
3 Vis 1961-91

—

__

bl.75
b2.35
b3.10
b3.50

to 2.20%
to 3.00%
to 3.30%
to 3.95%

bl.55
bl.55
bl.55
bl.70
b2.00

to
to
to
to
to

2s Jan 1 1986-1992

to 2. 35%
b3.00 to 4. 15%
b4.25 to 4. 30%

to 2.25%
to 2.60%
to 2.40%
to 2.60%

b0.75 to 2.50%
bO.75 to 2.15%
bO.75 to 2.80%

bO.75 to 2.10%
bO.75 to 2.00%

b4.00 less

Ref (dated Feb 1« 1951)—
IVis 1961-76
J-J

bl.75 to 3.15%
__

__

—

bl.70 to 3.80%

—

—

-

—

—

—

—

_
_

_

__
_

—
—

—

—

_

__
—

2

bPar to 2.75%
b2.90 to 3.40%

b3.40 to 3.70%

b3.70 to 4.00%
b4.00 to 4.25%
bPar to 3.50%
b3.50 to 3.90%
bPar to 3.80%

b2.25to3.75%
b2.50
b3.50 ?i
b3.05
bl.50 to

—

2.35%
3.40%
2.90%
3.30%

b2.20 to 3.70%

bl.50 to 3.70%
bl.50 to 3.80%
bl.50 to 3.65%
b2.00 to 4.25%
bl.90 to 3.85%
bl.90 to 3.15%

J-D

b2.00
1.80%
b2.45
2.30%
bl.75 to 3.65%
bl.90 to 3.90%
bl.90 to 4.00%
bl.90 to 2.80%
bl.90 to 3.80%

A-O

bl.90 to

J-D

bl.90 to 3.15%

3-D

A-O
M-S
3-3
J-J

1961-1967

4 Vis

_

—

__

—

__

—

—

__

4.00%<_
—

SOUTH CAROLINA

Public Service Authority—
2 Vis July 1 1962-71

2Vis July 1 1972-77
2.70s July 1 1978-93.
State Highway Ctfs of indebt
iy4s 1961-65
M-N
State H'way 1.70s 1961-67-J-D
State
—
__

4.10

—

—

H'way 8k Port purposes

__

__

4.50
—

—

—

__

3.80
3.40
3.40
__

b4.00
b4.20
b4.30

3.75%
4.00%
4.10%

b2.50

2.40%

b2.00 to 3.00%

2.10s ser G 1961-1968. J-D
2.55s ser B 1961-1978—J-D
State Institution—

b2.20 to 3.00%
b2.00 to 3.25%

IVis 1962-70
A-O
2s
1971-74
A-O
State School IVis 1962-68.A-0
2.35s 1961-75
J-D

b2.20 to 3.10%
b3.20 to 3.60%
b2.20 to 3.00%
b2.00 to 3.50%
bl.75 to 3.40%
bl.50 to 3.00%
b2.00 to 3.00%

2.30s 1962-74

Refunding bonds—
IVis 1961-1965
J-J
3y48 July 1 1986 opt 1956.
3 Vis ref 1975 to 1965
3Vis Jan 1 1975 opt 1962.

3.70%
4.00%
3.85%
2.50%
3.75%

_

Woonsocket—

bPar to 3.60%

bl!75

—

4.50

b3.30 to 4.00%

bl.90 to 3.60%

IVis April 1 1962-63
IVis 1961-1971

95 Vi
96

__

—

—

bl.90 to 3.85%

4s Oct 1 1964
3.30s 1962-1984
2.30s 1961-1977
2s 1961-77

bPar to 3.85%
b3.85 to 3.90%
b4.0O
3.90%

bl.75 to 2. 20%
b2.35 to 4. 15%

3.90
2.10

bl.55 to 3.30%

M45

1962-78

Providence—
4s Water 1962

bPar to 3.25%
b3.20 to 3.50%

—

bl.75 to 3.00%
b3.50 to 4.15%
b4.25 to 4.30%

Newport—
2Vis Waterwks 1962-71-M-S

101
100
bPar to 3.60%
bl.50 to 4.00%

bPar to 3. 50%
bPar to 3 .75%

J-J

4s

b3.00 to 3.25%
b2.90 to 3.15%
b3.20 to 3.40%

__

M-S
A-O
J-D

Cranston

bPar to 2.40%
b2.60 to 2.80%

b3.75 to 3 90%
b3.90 to 4 00%

-F-A

3%s 1963-85
2 Vis 1962-74
2s 1961-75

b3.10 to 3.60%
b2.00 to 3.75%
b2.00 to 3.50%
b2.00 to 3.75%
bl.75 to 4.10%
bl.50 to 3.25%
bl.50 to 4.00%

90
94 Vi
95

JUS
-J-D

State of Rhode Island
and Providence Plantation

89

—

RHODE ISLAND
4s charit Inst 19654e June 1 19774Vis bridge 1970
IVis Dec 1 1961-66

102
94

__

(Mun Auth of)—
Water revenue series
2 Vis
1961-63

__

par

3.95%
4.05%
4.15%

Improvement

3 Vis 1981
Westmoreland County

2%s
bl.75 to 3.70%

'62-67_F-A

Project A Rev ser A—

_

4.00

—

b0.75
b0.75
b0.75
b0.75

School District—
3s 1961-64
2Y*s 1961-1963
Pub Parking Authority

—

—

bl.55 to 3.00%
b3.40 to 4.10%

bO.75 to 1.65%

1st ser A 1961-64
M-S
1.80s Of '51 A 1961-71-J-J
*

__

-F-A
_F-A

1.80s 1962-69

Gen Pub

b2.20 to 3.30%
b3.30 to 4.30%
b4.30 to 4.45%

-A-O

-A-O

1961-68

IVis ref '58 ser A

Philadelphia-Camden—

—

b3.20 to 3.35%

__

to 3.35%
to 3.45%

-J-J

2y4s Jan 1 1970-1986
2s
Jan 1 1987-1994
IVis Jan 1 1985-2000
Issues dated Oct 16 1951—
2s 1961-1967
J-J
2y4s 1968-1977
J-J
Issues dated April 1 1953—
J-J
4s 1962-1963
J-J
3s 1964-1969.
3y4s 1970-1973.
3s 1974-1987
J-J

b2.90 to 3.00%
b3.10 to 3.15%
b3.20 to 3.25%
b3.30 to 3.50%
b3.60 to 3.80%
b3.00
bPar
bPar
bPar

_J-J
-J-J

Serial bonds (1948 issue)—
3s 1961-1970
J-J
2%s 1971-1998
J-J
Term bonds 2%« 78 op 68-M-N
Term bonds 2s 1963—M-N
Issues dated June 1 1950—
3s Jan 1 1962—69

—

—

bl.50 to 1.65%
b2.10 to 2.75%

__

101 Vi

__

3.90

Del Riv Jt Co mm Bridge

—

bl.50 to 2.10%
bl.40 to 3.85%

bl.50 to 3.75%

2y«s 1963-1966
M-S
Veterans' Welfare—
3 Mis Oct 1 1972-1975—A-O
3y«s 1976 opt '71
F-A

_M-N
-M-N

—

bl.65 to 3.50%

A-O

-J-D
J-D

__

OREGON

Highway IVis 1961-71
Highway series 1953 "B"

„

b2.75 to 2.95%
b2.95 to 3.10%
b3.10 to 3.15%

2 Vis 1961-1984

—

bl.50 to 4.00%

iy«s 1962-1963

__

bPar to 3.45%
bPar to 3.55%
bPsr to 3.70%

Turnpike revenue—
3Vis term 1988
J-D
3.10s (1954) ser 1993
J-D
2.90s western ext 1986—J-D

__

4.10

bl.70 to 3.60%

Turnpike Revenue—

101

-J-D
-J-D

Allegheny Co—
2 Vis 1967-1978

OKLAHOMA
Okla Turnpike Autb—
1990

__

b2.80 to 3.10%
b3.15 to 3.35%

1971-1973-

__

b2.00 to 4.00%
b2.00 to 4.10%

Zanesville City (School Diet)
2s building 1962-1969
M-S

3 Vis

Phila (cant)—
Serial bonds—
l%s 1962-1965
IVis 1966-1983l%s 1984-1996-

__

__

bl.50 to 2.75%

__

—

—J-D
-J-D

1975-1979

4s 1984-1986 -;
4.10s 1987-1992
4.20s 1993-1997
3 Vis 1998-1999
Is Nov 1 2000

bl.75 to 2.50%
b2.60 to 3.10%
bl.90 to 3.90%

—

J-J

2y4s 1974-1977.
State Pub School Bldg Auth—
School Lease Revenue aer C
6s 1961-1970
M-N
4.60s 1971
M-N
3 Vis 1972-1974
M-N
_M-N
3.90s 1975-1982

bl.65 to 3.40%

Marlon (City of)—
Is and iy«s 1961-71

J-J

State Highway 6k Bridge Auth
Series of 1952—
2.30s 1965-1966
3-D
2.40s 1967-1970
3-D
_J-D
2.50s 1971-1974Serles of 1954—
-J-D
1.50s 1962-1963-J-D
1%S 1964-1965-J-D
1.90s 1966-1967-J-D
2s 1968-1970

to 3.35%
to 3.50%

Vis imp 1961-72

J-J

Series O serial bonds
4.60s 1962-1964
3y«s 1965-1971
3 Vis 1972-1976 opt *73

bl.50 to 3.35%

1st mtge Wat Wks Revenue
2y«s 1961-71
A-O
5 D IVis 1961-70
J-D
Library 2s 1961-73
M-S
Lima (City) 8 D—

J-J
J-J

-J-D
3.60s
1980-1987
Korean Conflict Veterans'—

bl.50 to 4.10%

bl.50
bl.50
bl.50
bl.50

b3.00 to 3.75%
—

Yield Basis er Te
Bid
Ask
Net

Bonds—

The General State Authority
of the Commonwealth of Pa

to 3.50%
to 3.50%
to 2.90%

M-S

Portsmouth (City of)—
1st mtge Water Revenue—
2 Vis 1961-65
A-O
2 Via 1966-68
A-O
Steubenvllle 2Vis 1061-79JM-N
ToledoWaterworks Extension
1st mtge revenue—
2Vis opt '56 due 1961-69_J-Z>
2Vis opt 1956 due 1970-J-D
Warren (City of)—
2Vis 1962-82 w w Rev
J-J
2 Vis 1962-90 w w Rev
J-J
2 Vis 1991
J-J

bl.50 to 2.60%
b3.10 to 3.30%
b2.20 to 3.70%

IVis series M 1962-65
M-S
1.45s series N 1966-67
F-A
Delaware River Port Auth—
3 Vis 1st ser rev 1983—3-D

bl.60 to 3.35%
bl.00 to 3.30%

M-S

2

bl.60 to 2.25%

PENNSYLVANIA
bl.80 to 3.60%

bl.50 to 3.60%

Dayton 2Vis Nov 1 1961-73.

(City of)—

IVis 1962-70

bl.65 to 3.50%

3s Rd Imp
2s

To
Net

or

Portland—

6s

2s

Yield Basis
Bid
Ask

To
Net

er

Bid

2.20s 1961-68
3.10s
1961-78
Charleston—
3Vis wat wks 1962-78

F-A
M-N
M-N

A-O
Greenville 3 Vis 1961-76
M-N
Water rev 2Visl961-71_A-0
Greater Greenville Sew Dist
4 Vis 1967
M-N

Spartanburg—

__

.

—_

b2.25 to 2.75%
b2.25 to 2.70%

4Vis water 1961-65—
2y4s 1962-63
York (County of)—
2 Vis 1961-68

M-N

io«9-7i

M-N

2 fiOs

b2.00 to 3.50%
b2.00 to 3.50%
b2.25 to 3.75%

b2.25 to 3.25%
b3.50 to 3.75%

—

_

—

3.25
__
—

__

_

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL

Yield Basis
Bid
Ask

Bondi

<£1

1964-65
2.40s 1963

_J-D
-3-D

Mis July

1 1961-87
H'way & Educ Institutional
4s
1963-69
3 10s 1970-71
3 Vis 1972-75
3.30s 1976-79

If-N
Jf-N
Sf-N
Jf-N

Highway 4s 1962-68
2 Vis
2.60s

2.70s
4.40s
Blount
2 Vis
2 Vis

M-S

1969
1970

M-8
«f-H

1971-72

Tennessee

Af-8

Valley

Nov

15

Bonds—

Net

2.75

h2~20

2.00%
bl.40 to 2.50%

—

__

b2.60 to 2. 75%
b3.00 to 2. 90%
b3.10 to 3 20%
b3.30
3. 10%
bl.40 to 2 60%
b2.80
2 .60%
b2.80 to 2 .60%
b2.90 to 2. 70%

1985

bl.75 to 3.50%

1973-76

J-D

b3.70

b2.00 to 3.30%
b3.35 to 3.80%

F-A
Ind Sch Diat 4s '62-64—F-A
3Vis Nov 1 1C51-19C7-_m-.v
_

F-A

IVis 1962-65
3s 1962-63

_

3.50%

__

MS

—

iy4S 1962-69

tl.UJ to 2.80%
bl.80 to 3.60%
bl.80 to 3.85%
bl.80 to 3.85%
b2.75 to 3.25%

Power Revenue—
Series AA—
2s 1961-64
J-J

IVis 1964-66
1 Vis 1967-69
Ser B 2 Vis 1961-69
3s
1968-78

J-J
3-3
J-J
J-D

Davidson County—
2Vis rural sch 1961-74-J-J
1.80s rural sch 1961-75-A-O
Jackson 2 Vis 1962-65
Af-S
Johnson City ref 3Vis 1962-70
Electric Revenue ser A
IVis 1961-1965
J-D
Knox County (Rural
2 Vis 1961-68

Knoxvllle—
General obligation
General obligation

M-N
4Vis Sept 1962.
-M-N
2y4s
1961-76
_M-N
2s 1961-76
IVis April 1 1962-71
Is 1961-65
F-A
Is April 1 1962-71—
Various Imp Purposes—
2 Vis 1961-1968
J-D
2 Vis 1961-1969
T-D

to 2.60%
to 3.50%

3.60%
to 3.50%
to 3.50%

b2.25 to 3.75%
b2.25 to 3.75%
b2.50 to 3.25%
b2.50 to 3.60%

Af-N

4Vis

Electric Plant—
1.40s 1961-1969
4.40s 1992
Board of Education—

_J-D

A-O

Is

1961-75
J-J
General liability IVis
and IVis 1961-77
F-A
IVis various 1961-74
Af-N
2s various 1975-81
M-l*

Nashville—
4Vis 1961-67
J-J
2 Vis school 1961-88
A-O
IVis 1961-1974
J-D
Is 1961-1974
J-D
Elec Power Rev ser O—
IVis 1961-66
J-J
2s
1967-73
J-J
2 Vis 1974-81
Street Improvement—

J-J

3.80%
3.80%
4.00%

Revenue Refunding
1.60s 1961-62

b4.25
b4.25
4.00%
b2.50 to 2.75%

iy4s 1962-75

3.50%

b2.00

1.75%

4y4S 1961-68
2Vis 1962-66
2s Nov 1 1961-66
IVis NOV 1 1961-62—
Elec St Gasf-a
Rev ref IVis 1962-71
—J-J
Waco 4Vis 1961-68
Wichita Falls—
3 Vis Dec 1 1961-62—
2Vis Dec 1 1963-74.

bl.40 to 3.40%

109

bl.40 to 3.00%

bl.40 to 3.90%
bl.40 to 3.90%
bl.40 to 3.90%
b4.10
3.90%
bl.40
bl.40
bl.40
bl.40

to
to
to
to

2.70%

bl.75 to 2.00%

bl.40 to 3.10%
b3.25
3.10%

Series
3s

of 1953—
1961-65

2s

1966-68

b3.75 to 4.00%

b2.00 to 2.60%
b2.70 to 3.20%

81 Vi

b2.25 to 3.25%
b3.30 to 3.85%
b3.85 to 4.00%

bl.75 to 2.75%

J-D
J-D

Austin—
IVis 1961-1968
IVis 1967-75

b3.lt)
b3.25
b3.40
b3.65

J-J
J-J

Beaumont—
5s 1962-65
4 Vis 1961-1970
4s 1962-77

A-O
J-J
A-O

3.30%

3.50%
3.60%
3.80%

b2.00 to 3.50%
b3.50 to 4.10%

b2.00 to 3.00%
b2.00 to 3.25%
b2.00 to3.85%

Colo Riv Mun Wat Dlst—
Water Revenue bonds
1962-66
1 1867-72

b2.00 to 3.65%
b3.70 to 4.10%

2Vis Jan

1

1978-76

Dallas—
5s
1961-65
Af-N
4 Vis 1961-70
Af-N
3y4s 1961-1973
J-J
IVis 1962 69
F-A
1.70s 1961-1970
F-A
1.05s July 1 1961-1964
Is

April 1 1962-68
Independent School District
Is April 1 1962-68
Af-N

b2.00 to 3.50%
b2.00 to 3.85%

bl.80
bl.80
bl.80
bl.80
bl.90

to 2.75%
to 3.10%
to 3.40%
to 3.75%
to 3.35%
b2 25 to 3.50%
b2.50 to 4.00%
bl.80 to 4.00%
bl.80 to 3.40%
bl.80 to 3.50%

Independent School Dlst—




Series

IVis
IVis

IVis

A

of

1940—

1961-62
1963-66
1967-69

*Blds for averaeg

1961-1979—F-A

Burlington—
IVis various 1962-75
Rutland—
iy4s. various 1962
2.20s various 1961»75

3-D

J-D
J-D

J-J

1.90%

bl.75 to 2.00%
b2.10 to 2.25%
b2.15 to 3.25%

b Basis,

n

M-S
M-S

Af-N

3.20s 1971
Chelan County—

Nash Dlst No 1 5s 2013
Grant County—
Public Utility Dist No.

bl.70 to 2.25%

bl.50 to 2.40%
bl.50 to 2.50%
bl.75 to 2.70%
bl.75 to 2.65%
bl.75 to 1.90%

2

Seattle—
2y4s 1961-68
J-J
IVis sewer 1961-68
M-S
Seattle Light St Power .
2 Vis 1962-70
J-J
2s ref ser LS-5 '61-70-F-A

Municipal Lt St Pow Rev—

bl.90 to 2.10%
b2.20 to 2.60%

St

pow

bPar to

2.85%

99

100 Vi
109 Vi

—

114

101 Vi
HO Vi

—

bl.75 to

3.60%

—

bPar to

3.75%

—

—

Af-S
Af-S
Af-S

bl.75 to 2.90%
b3.00 to 3.50%
b3.50 to 3.65%

—

J-J

bl.60 less iy4
b2.00 to 3.75%

—

4.00%

—

J-J

b3.30 to

(rev) series 1944

1

b2.75 less

1

b2.20 to 2.30%
b2.20 to 3.30%

1.70s 1961-67
Tacoma Narrows
3Vis revenue

Charlottesville—
Street Imp St Wat Syst—
1.40s
1961-72
Af-N
Danville (City of) —
2s 1964-68
J-J
Elizabeth River Tunnel Dlst—
4 Vis revenue 2000
F-A

94
bl.60
bl.60
bl.60
b2.00

94%
to 3.75%
to 3.80%
to 1.85%
to 3.85%

bl.50 to 3.60%

b2.15 to 2.90%

„

__

—

1963

Af-N
Toll Bridge—

1978

M-S

bPar to 3.50 %

lOOVi

101 Va

__

—

—

__

107

105

Sewer (series
6s 1961-65

A)

4 Vis

2 Vis

1967-75

J-J
J-J

—

1966
;

bl.80 to 2.75%

J-J

b3.10 to 3.80%
b3.90 to 4.10%

-J-J
2.80s 1976-89
Fredericksburg (City of) —
2s 1961-1971
J-D
Hampton (City of) —
2 Vis 1962-68
-J-J
3s
1969-78
J-J

Lynchburg 1.30s 1961-67—M-S

iy4S 1962-76
—F-A
Newport News-—
2.30s Pub Bldg 1961-68-F-A

__

bl.60 to 3.45%

bl.80
b2.85
bl.60
bl.75

—

2 85
—

to

3.60%

to 3.70%

bl.60 to 3.00%

1.80s gen imp 1961-62—J-D
2y4s gen imp 1961-67-Af-N
2.40s water 1961-1967
J-D
2Vis gen imp 1961-72
J-D

Nominal.

4y2s 1962-72
Water of 1948 series A—

2Vis Dec 1 1961-77

__

—

__

__

fPlat price.

M-S

1962-64

A-O
3-D
/-J
T-J

J-J
J-J

b2.60 to 2.90%

M-S

IVis 1963-73
iy4S 1962-68
Is 1962-70
Road Bond series C—
iy2s 1961-64
IVis 1965-67

Turnpike Revenue (ser A)—
3Vis Dec 1 19894y.s Dec 1 1989Veterans series V—
IVis Dec 1 1961-71
Charleston—
2 Vis 1961-72
Kanawha (County)—
iy4s 1961-75
Board of Education
3 Vis 1961-1969

bPar to 2.50%

55 Vi
58 y2

59
62 Vi

bl.75 to 3.70%

J-D

bPar to 3.60%

J-J

bPar to 3.80%

J-D

bl.75 to 3.00%

Madison City IVis '62-64_Af-S
3 Vis June 1 1961-1980

bl.50 to 2.10%
bl.50 to 3.05%

Metropolitan Sewerage Dlst
2s extension 1961-67
F-A
Milwaukee (City of)—

bl.50 to 2.40%

IVis 1961-71
IVis school 1961-71

Corporate Purpose
2y4s 1961-1964
2 Vis 1965-1973
Milwaukee County—

bl.60 to 3.15%
bl.60 to 3.60%
bl.60 to 1.85%
bl.60 to 2.95%

Metropolitan Sewerage
2 Vis 1962-67
Racine street imp
IVis 1961-66

bl.00 to 2.85%
bl.60 to 3.15%
bl.60 to 3.05%
bl.60 to 3.75%

2s
1961-63
IVis 1961-64

bl.75 to 2 70%
bPar to 1, 75%
bPar to 2. 00%
bPar to 2. 40%
bPar to 2. 50%
b2.30 to 2. 60%
bl.90 to 3. 30%
bl.90 to 3. 50%

WISCONSIN
—

Norfolk—
1.70s water 1961-67
J-D
1.70s gen imp 1961-71—F-A

J-J
M-N

„

to par
to 3.35%

3s
1962-67
2y2s 1961-62

iy2s

M-N

bl.80 to 2.75%
bl.50 to 2.75%

A-O
A-O

bl.50 to 2.00%
b2.10 to 2.80%

F-A

bl.50 to 2.60%

J-J

St sewer—

F-A

bl.75 to 2.50%

Casper ref 4Vis 1962-64
J-J
Sheridan fwat) 3Vis 1962-65—

b2.20 to 2.50%
b2.20 to 2.65%

WYOMING

__

—

bParto3.25%

b2.75 less

1.50

—

bl.75 to 3.75%

J-J

—

—

IVi

b4.25 less

General obligations—
IVis July 1 '64 opt *62_Af-N
Central Library Building—

IVis

—

104

Tacoma—Revenues—
Lt

—

bl.75 to 3.25%
bl.75 to 4.00%
1)3.50 to 3.75%

Spokane Co Sch Dlst No 81
1.30s Sept 1 1967-78

bl.60 to 2.85%
bl.60 to 3.00%

£:

—

J-J
F-A
M-S

2s 1962-67
2y4s 1962-74
2 Vis 1970-87
1958 Series—
6s 1962-67
3% s 1968-77
3 Vis 1978-88

bl.60 to 2.00%
bl.60 to 2.70%

103

113

3%s 1956 series Nov 1 2005_
4'/8s 1959 series July 1 2009

bl.70 to 2.85%
bl.75 to 2.70%

—

Toll revenue (series 1949)—
3s (series 1954) 1994
M-S
Alexandria 3s 1961-83
_J-D
2Vis Dec 15 1961-77
4s 1961-62
M-S
-M-S
2Vis 1963-84.

—

b3.40 to 4.00%
b3.50 less iy4
b3.40 less IVi
b3.50 less IVi
b3.75 to 4.00%
b4.001ess IVi

Road Bonds—

(Commonwealth) 1962

4s

bl.80 to 3.00%
b3.10 to 3.30%
b3.60 to 3.80%

maturity,

M-S
M-S
M-S

IVi

b3.50 less

WEST VIRGINIA

b4.20 to 4.30%

Corpus ChrlstI—
Gen obi 3 Vis 1961-73
J-D
Waterworks Revenue—
3y4S 1961-1978
J-D

opt '61—M-S

Washington Toll Bridge Auth
Second Lake Wash Toll
Bridge rev—
4.90s 1965-1995
Wash State Ferry System—
3Vis revenue Apr 1 1968—
Vancouver-Portland Interstate
Toll Bridge—
3 Vis 1961-68
—Af-N

Fairfax County—

2s Jan 1
2y4s Jan

2s 1962-67
lV4s 1961-67

bl.75 to 2.70%
bl.75 to 2.80%
bl.75 to 3.25%
b3.45 to 3.55%

bPar to 3.60%
b3.50 to 4.00%

Bldg Const—

IVis 1969 opt '61
IVis 1966-67
IVis 1968
IVis 1971-72
IVis 1973-75

VIRGINIA

J-D

2Vis 1969-77
2.40s 1978-81
-J-D
2.40s 1982-89 opt '64—J-D

3yas Aug 15

—

3.95%

b2.10 to 3.10%

J-J

1961-77

—

bl.85 to

opt 1959
Motor Vehicle

87 Vi
85

84

to
to
to
to

Pub Sch St Inst
2s May 1 1971

State H'way
Fuel Tax—
IVis 1965-72

VERMONT

1961-66
J-J
School Bldg lMis 1961-74—M-S
School Bldg. St H'way Const—

90
102 Vi

87
100

—

System
J-J

Spokane—

State 2s

2.85%
3.20%
3.40%

2.65% y—.

4Vis park 1962
IVis 1962-72

TEXAS

Texas Turnpike Authority
Dallas-Fort Worth Revenue
2.70s (1955 ser) 1980—J-J
2%s (1955 ser) 1995—J-J
Veterans' Land Bonds—
IVis 1962-65
IVis 1966-74
IVis 1975-79

1.90

bl.75 to3.40%
bl.75 to 3.40%
bl.75 to 3.35%
b2.35 to 2.80%
b2.35 to 3.60%

4 and 78

See pages

bl.60 to
bl.65 to
bl.75 to

WASHINGTON

STATES

UNITED

3.90%
3.90%
3.90%

3s

A-O
d-O

Af-N
—J-J
—F-A
_Af-S

__

—

bl.50 to

Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax rev
Revenue (series B)—
2y4s Sept 1 1961-69
2Vis Sept 1 1970-76

bl.90 to 2.40%

bl.75 to

obligation—Wat

Gen

2.15
2.25

—

—

A-O

•

San Antonio—
5 Vis w w 1961-65—
4 Vis 1962-67

b2.50 to 3.25%
b3.40
3.25%

b3.70

Af-N
Af-N
Af-N

IVis 1962-63
2s
1963-70

bl.40 to 3.50%

1.10s 1962-69
Robertson County—
2 Vis 1962-66
2 Vis
1967-70

J10-J

Jefferson County—
IVis and 2s 1961-62
J-D
Lower Colorado River Autb—

b2.40 to 3.50%

108

1.20s 1961-64

J10-J

J-J

—"

Roanoke—
2%s Water 1962-68

b2.95 to 3.50%

b4.00
b4.00

Memphis 4Vis watr *61-62_J-J

Dlst)—-

Houston (Ind Sch
2 Vis 1962-74
2 Vis 1975-78

School)

General obligation 8s
Water 4Vis
4s funding 1962
A-O
Electric revenue ser A 1949
2 Vis 1962-65
F-A
2Vis 1966-68
F-A
2s 1969
F-A

j

bl.40
b3.30
b3.80
b2.25
b3.00

_J-J

Richmond-Petersburg—
Turnpike Authority—
3.45s Tpke rev 1995—J-J
4Vis Tpke rev 1995—J-J

bl.75 to 2.80%
bl.75 to 1.90%
bl.90 to 3.20%

Houston—

-J-J
.J-J
J-J

1964.

4y«s July 1 1965.
IVis 1962-68
iy2s 1962-71

_

Chattanooga—
Electric

Richmond—
4Vis July 1

bl.80 to 2.50%
bl.80 to 2.50%

^J/4s 1969-74
Fort Worth—
4 Vis 1962-64

Harris County—
2 Vis Road
1962-68 — Af-S
2.20s Mar 10 1962—
—
1.70s 1962-75
-F-A
Flood Control District

m-n

J-D

J-D
J-D

1962-68

M-N
2y4s 1962-71
A-O
Galveston Is
1962-64 —F-A

County—
1961-1972

Paso—

Impt 2Vis

3s 1962-73
2 Vis 1961-1972

Authority—

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask Not

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask Net

To

or

TENNESSEE
2.00
4

MUNICIPAL BONDS
SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 30, 1961.

STATE AND

86

—

—

—

—

—

SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 30, 1961.

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL

Life

Insurance

126

Co.

12

2.50
5
5
1

22%

Tex_1.50

American Fidelity & Casualty
$1.25 conv preferred

Fidelity Life Ins Co
Insur

Co

Life Ins Co—
(Jacksonville Fla)„.
American Home Assurance com
$4.64 prior preferred
American Indemnity Co (Galv.)

Boston Insurance Co

20%
8%

Gulf Insurance (Dallas)
Gulf Life Insurance Co

42%

45 %

Hanover Insurance Co

12%
49
95

Home
(New York)
Home Owners Life Ins (Fla)

~3%

Insurance Co of North America—5

30%
1%
3%
17%

32%

Insurance Corp of Amer
Interstate Fire St Casualty
Interstate Life &

10

1

Worth)

Cherokee Insurance Co (Tenn).
Citizens Life Insurance Co of NY_2
Coastal States Life Insurance_J.25
Colorado Credit Life
1
Commonwealth Life (Louisville)
2
Connecticut General Life Ins—
Ex 100% stock dividend
Continental American Life Ins
(Wilmington Del)
10

12
45
21
60

2

3%

18%
13%
48%
22

3%

1%

2%

28%
56%

30
60%

22
35

24

35

15%
16%

16%

37%

15%
2%
29%

17
16%

2%
31%
218

t215
45%

47%

5

243

Continental Casualty Co
Continental Insurance (N Y>
Crum St Forster

5
5

107

10

87

Eagle Fire (Newark)
Employers Casualty (Dallas)

1.25
_10

28

29

•

41%

44%

6

67

70

Farmers

New

World

Life
(N J)
Fidelity Bankers Life Insurance
Co

Fidelity St Deposit Co of Md
Fidelity Union Life (Dallas)
Firemen's (Washington D C)

1
8
10

20

254
112

59%

3%

6
10
4

59%
92%

3%

9%
112

70%
9%

122
74%
10%

54%

58%

205
28

2.50

57%

First Colony Life Insurance
Franklin Life Insurance

2.25

13

Reinsurance

.10
30

Germantown Fire

Georgia International
Life Insurance Co
2.50
Glens Falls Insurance
(Glens Falls N Y)_
Globe St Republic
Government Employees Corp
Government Employees Insur
4
Government Employees Life Ins-l.SO
Great American Ins Co (N Y)
5
Great Amer Reserve Ins (Dallas)
$
*

Without par value,
y Ex-stock dividend.




a

Called

5
1

6%

•
10
Republic Insurance (Pa)
5
Old Republic Life Ins (Chic)—1.50

Old.

7%

36

38

45

46%

67%

68

56%
32%

Lamar Life Insur (Jackson Miss)_2

39

40%

Lawyers Title Insurance Corp
(Richmond Va)

21

19%
51

54%

18%
12%
77%

20%
13%
79%

Standard

Providence-Washington (Prov)

10

5

Liberty Life Ins (Greenville S C)—2
Liberty Nat'l Life Ins (Birm) —
Ex 33%% stock dividend
Life St Casualty (Nashville Tenn)_3
Life Companies Inc
1
Life Insurance Co of Virginia—10
Lincoln Natl Life (Fort Wayne)
New $5 par (ex-two-for-one split

plus 25% stock dividend)
Loyal American Life Ins
(Mobile Ala)
Maine

115

Maryland Casualty Co

Pyramid Life

Mercantile

100% 104%
131

140

127

5%
40%
23%

43%
25%

24

for

17%
22%

37

39%

57%

61%
26%
5%
44

40
55
92

59%
96%
23

21
40
38
25
24%
42
38%
107
104

4%

68%

22

32

20%

Republic Natl Life Ins

34
49

Reinsurance

(Dallas )__1

Rio Grende Natl Life (Dallas;—10
St Paul Fire St Marine.
Seaboard Life Insurance

America

42%

5%
45 Va

42%

42%

47
42

73%

.6.25

(Florida).

Corp (N Y)
5
Security Insurance (New Haven). 10
Security Life St Trust
iWinr-ton-Salem N C)
j

77%

8%
41%
56%

9
45%
61

-5
(N Y)_l

45%

47

Southern Fire St Casualty Co

•

$1.50 conv preferred
25
Southland Life Ins 1 Dallas)
5
Southwestern Life Ins (Dallas) .10
Springfield Insurance Co
2

Common

14

5

4

5%

100
77

39%

$6.50 preferred
10
Standard Arcident (Detroit)
10
Standard Secu Life Ins Co of NY.2

—

26

24
96
75

103

Stuyvesant Insurance Co

44%

28%

Co of

Seaboard Surety

116

4%

43%

24%
4%

67%

5%

42 Ye
108

34
180

5

Stuyvesant Life Ins Co (Pa)

10

63%
13

66%
14%

43%

Michigan Life Insurance
Monumental Life Ins (Bait)

50
10

41
300
67

National Casualty (Detroit)
National Fire (Hartford)
National Life St Accident

_10
10

61
126

134

10

137

140

.

(Nashville)
Claas AA common
Class BB common

69

24%

National Union Fire (Pittsburgh)_5

44%

47%

Nationwide Corp class A
New Amsterdam Casualty
New Hampshire Fire
(Manchester N H)

5
2

29
74

30

10

57

61

36%
14%
17%
43%

39%
15%
19%
46%

45%

49

(Bait)

New York Fire Insurance
North American Life (Chic)

5

2
Northeastern (Hartford)
3.33%
North River Insurance (N Y)
2%
Northern Insurance Co (N Y)_12%
Northwestern Natl Ins (Milw)
10

25

96

26%
25%

78%

100

Northwestern National Life

__

redemption,

(Minneapolis Minn)
see

page

96.

k Last

10

sale,

n

93

Nominal,

Title Guaranty Co (New York)
8
Title Insur St Trust (Los Ang)_2.50
Travelers Insurance Co
5

Trinity Universal Life (Dallas)

1
1

.

49

114
117
83
89%
63%
66%

67

16%
21%

49

5%

12.50

64

48
25

Mercharts Fire Assurance Corp of
New York

42

Quaker City Life Ins Co_
5
Corp (New York)—2
Reliance Insurance Co
10
Republic Insurance (Dallas)—
New $5 par (ex-two-for-one split
plus 6%% stock dividend)

59%

1

Security Life (Dallas )_I0

38

4

I Security Title & Guar Co

Massachusetts Bonding St Insurance
(Bostoa )
5
Massachusetts Indemnity St Life
Insurance Co
5

30%

1

1.50
1

Fidelity Life Insurance

10

$2 conv preferred
.
10
Provident Life St Accid't (Tenn)_10

Life

(Greensboro N C).
Jersey Insurance Co—.

1
5
5

Y

Phoenix Insurance (Hartford)
10
Postal Life Insurance
2
Protective Life Ins (Birm Ala)—5

35%

Jefferson

1

.

10
5

Peoples Life Ins (Wash D C)
Philadelphia Life Insurance

103%
62 %
4%
5%

102
59 %

85%
2%

3.33%

Pacific Indemnity Co
Pacific Insurance Co of N
Peerless Insurance Co
Peninsula Life (Fla)

10%

(Tenn)

6%

6%
29%

25%

10

Accident Ins

_50c
(Chi)—5

Bid

Old Line Life Ins Co of America

19%

13%

General

82

2%

86
2%
20%

61

4

12

79

2

National Old Line Life Ins—

Firemen's Fund (San Fran)

Springfield 111

10%

Occidental Life Ins Co of N C
1
Ohio Casualty Insurance
1.25
Ohio State Life (Columbus Ohio)
2

3%

Continental Assurance- Co

Federal Insurance

—10
5

11%
-

Par

Ask

23%

47
91
21
3

5

Employer's Group Associates
Employers Reinsurance Corp
Excelsior (N Y)

5

1

10
10

Bid

(Milwaukee)

1

5

Camden Fire Ins Assn (N J)

(Ft

Guaranty Savings Life Ins
(Mobile)

16%
22%
9y8

15

34%
16 %

Bankers Natioral Life Ins_
Bankers & Shippers
Beneficial Standard Life (L A)

Life

31%
12%
24%

Great Atlantic Life Ins Co—
-1.50
(Miami Fla) class A.
Great National Life Ins (Dallas) —2
Great Southern Life (Houston)—10

Hartford Fire Insurance
Hartford Steam Boiler (Hartf'd)-lO

Amer Independent Reinsurance Co.l
American Insurance (Newark)
2%
American Investors Corp
1
American Mercury (Wash D C)
1
American Motorist Ins (Chic)
3
American National Ins (Galv)
; 1
American Re-insurance (N Y)
5
American Surety Co (N Y)
6.25
Amicable (Waco Texas)
u.
10
Appalachian National Life Ins
1
Aviation Employees Corp
10c

Century

109
108

29%

All American Life St Casualty.
Amer Equitable Assurance Co

American Gen
Amer Heritage

132

104
104

Agricultural Insurance Co.

American

Par

Bid

Par
Aetna Casualty & Surety Co..
Aetna Insurance (Hartford)
Aetna

87

INSURANCE STOCKS

April, 1961

98
r

45%
46%
113% 117%
36

34

5

United Fidelity Life (Daxlas)
10
United Insur Co of America
2.50
U S Fidelity St Guarantee (Balt)-5
United States Fire Ins Co
3
U S Life Insurance Co In the City
of New York
2
Universal Insurance Co
17.78
Universal Life St Accident
10
(Dallas Texas)

Variable Annuity Life Ins Co
of America
Volunteer State Life Insurance

34%

31

70

_

43%
52%

46%
55%

34

36%

61

28%
70

*

62
30

~

__

.1

14%

15

10

65

—

West Coast Life Insur (San Fran) .5
Westchester Fire (New York)
2
Western Casualty St Surety
5
Western Heritage Life Ins
50c
Wisconsin National Life Ins
10

37
36

37%
38%

46%

47%

%
30%

1%
32%

(Chattanooga Ten)

Canadian

dollar

value,

t New

stock,

x

Ex-dividend.

88

Banks and Trust Companies
closing day

cent, and are as near as possible lor the
nominal. An asterisk(*) denotes a recent sale.

Quotations in this department are quoted per share, not per
of the month preceding date of issue, though they often are
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF

COLORADO

ALABAMA
Bid

Par

Birmingham-—
Birmingham Trust National

Exchange-Security Bank
First National Bank

MARCH 30, 1961.

Far
Miami—

Ask

Bid

Far

Ask

National Bank
Florida National Bank St Tr
Little River Bank St Trust
Merchant Bank of Miami
First

56

54

Bk—10
1

7%

7

55

53

10

21

20
60
29
200

10

Central Bank St Trust.
Colorado National Bank
Denver U 8 National Bank
First National Bank

25
10
.50

70

30

Bid

65

63

10
Co—25

53
35

33
22

Co—10

10

--

16%

17%

Bank—10

49

51

Citizens National Bank
—10
First National Bank at Orlando—
New $10 par (ex 2-for-l split) —

40

43

80

85

10

54%

57%

-10
Citizens National Bank.
-20
City Bank St Trust Co
First Natl Bank in St Petersburg—5
Florida National Bank —
25
Union Trust Co
13%

67
43
20%
77
44

70
46
22
80
47

10

Metropolitan Bank of Miami

210

Beach First Natl

Miami

Mabilc—

National Bask St Tr
First National Bank—
Merchants National Bank

American

Mntgtnerr—
Alabama National Bank
First National Bank-

Peoples Bank St Trust Co_

Union Bank St Trust Co—

,

Orland*—

24

.H

130
45

25

10

CONNECTICUT

-10
J

78
32 V*

-1

5%

81
34
6%

51

_5

Bridgeport—

Palm Beach—

40%

10

City Trust Co

5
25

Connecticut National Bank
West Side Bank

17%

42%
18%

130

St.

Glastonbury—

ARIZONA

10
10

Glastonbury Bank St Trust Co

80

50

Greenwich—
Pkaenix—

36%

5
Arizona—10
Valley National Bank of Arizona—S

The Arizona Bank
First National Bank of

37%

Putnam

Trust Co

80%

61%

Hartford—

Connecticut Bank St Trust Co—12%
Glastonbury Bank St Trust
10
Hartford National Bk St Tr Co—10
Riverside Trust Co
10
Simsbury Bank St Trust Co—
New $10 par

LMtle Bock—

Bank No Little Rock
Commercial National Bank
Pint National Bank (The)
Uhlon National Bank!

20

45

55

20
25

57
45

20

72

60
47
75

10

38

40

Fine BluffNational Bank of Commerce.

South End

25

Bank St Trust

Home National Bank St Trust Co_10
Merlden Trust St Safe Dep Co
26
Puritan Bank St Trust Co
25

48%
67%

Security-First National Bank

12%

Union Bank

49%
68%

66%

10

Oakland—

10
50

34%

35%

255

■est Diego—
Pirn Natl Trust St Savings Bank-5
Ban Diego Trust St Sav Bank
25
U 0 National Bank
10

145
39

35%

41%

300

325

306

315
75

70
•71

—

45

50

37

58%

38%
59%

47
46

48%
47%

Palm Beach—

Atlan Natl

Beh-10

Bk of West Palm

GEORGIA

29%
58
60

Atlanta—

Trademen's National
Union St New Haven

Bank
Trust

37

M

37

10
10

Co—10

National Bank.
Georgia Savings Bank St Tr
Peoples Bank (The)

.10

Fulton

90

30%

32%

32
48
80
30

50

32

Trust Co of
Ex 22.2%

Georgia—
stock dividend

Co—100
10

325
31

—

110

107

Augusta—

10

31

Columbus Bank St Trust
10
First National Bk of Columbus—100
Fourth National Bank
100

35
44
43

37
46
47

58

61
35
39%

Trust Co

First Natl Bank Ac

London—

Union Bank Se

.10

(The).
Natl Bank

Georgia

of

Citizens St Southern
First National Bank

Cetusbws—
-100

Trust Co.

Wlnthrop Bank St Trust Ce.
Stamford-

34%

100

—

Exchange National Bank—.100
First National Bank
20
-20
Marine Bank Ac Trust Co
West

80
80

New Haven—

New

Central Valley National Bank
Oakland Bank of Commerce

47%

67%

7.50

Bank

Broadway National

50

Bank

Community Bank St Trust Co—25
First New Haven National Bank—10
General Bank St Trust Co
12.50
Second National Bank
12%

CALIFORNIA

49
70
46%
38

Merlden—

American Bank St Trust Co—
New $10 par

Anrelee—
Citizens National Bank

Petersburg—

Tampa—

50

ARKANSAS
Aner Natl

Bank

First National

10

Fairfield County Trust Co
National Bank St Trust Co

20

Stamford Fidelity Bk St Tr

Co—10

38
34
42

39
35

55
39

Savannah—

58
41

Ac So Natl Bank
10
National Bank Ac Trust—10
Savannah Bank St Trust
10

Citizens
Liberty

33
36%

Waterbary—
Ben

Frauds oe—

Bank of California N A
10
Bk of Amer Natl Tr St Say Assn.6%

Crocker-Anglo National Bank
Hlkaxnia Bank (The)
Pacific National Bank
United California Bank

10

-..25

10
12%

Wells Fargo Bank—
American Trust Co

50%
56%
46%

51%

91
52

54%

95
53
55

72

73

10

57

5

Bank

National

36

38%

First National

10

20

10
10

Bank of Delaware—
Colonial Trust Co.
Commercial Trust Co
Delaware Trust Co

10
25
5

Bank

.25
6.25

45
33

57

Bank of Hawaii
Trust Co

48

IDAHO
130
57

Idaho

Plrst

ILLINOIS
Aurora—

Washington—

Halifax72

Bank of Nova Scotia.

72%

ONTARIO

American Security St Trust Co_
Bank of Commerce

Industrial Bank
International Bank
National Bank of Washington
National Savings St Trust Co
Riggs National Bank
"

Security Bank

—

Union Trust Co

—10
.100
_10

1
10
1.20

25

.25
-10

64
312
30

6%
59%
115
142

100

43%

67
—

6%
61
__

149
—

__

Toronto-

Canadian Bank of Commerce

10

a63%

637/b

Imperial Bank of Canada

10

B71%
60%

72%
60%

10

Bank

FLORIDA
Jacksonville—
..10
American National Bank
-10
Atlantic National Bank
Barnett Natl Bk of Jacksonville.-20

QUEBEC
Bank of Montreal
Ban que
Cenadlenne
Provincial Bank of Canada-

Moral

Bank

of

•Sale price,
stock dividend.




Canada
a

40

in Canadian Dollart

NOVA SCOTIA

Dominion

38%

National Bank

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Toronto

.20

of Hawaii.

17%
200
115
91
55

128
56

125
54

Hawaiian

DELAWARE

Peoples Bank St Trust Co
Wilmington Trust Co_.

CANADA
arm

HAWAII
Bank

Farmers

Priema

12%

Waterbury National Bank

46%

Baa Jose—
First

10

Colonial Bank St Trust Co

—10
10
—10

61%

62

57

41%

57%
41%

Central National Bank
Florida Dealers St Growers
Florida National Bank

10

75%

76

Springfield Atlantic Bank

See comprehensive

footnotes on Page 92.

d Ex-rights,

10

Bk__.100
_25
—10

e Canadian

41
69
75
72%
25
20
187
183
44%
42%
38
66

46

48

Aurora

National Bank-

.25

*80

12%

55
90

—

Belleville—

Belleville Natl Savings
First National Bank

Bank

25

Chicago Banks—
Aetna State Bank
12%
American National Bk St Tr—100
Avenue St Bank Oak Park
40
Bank of Chicago (The)
15
Belmont Natl Bank of Chicago__10

25

Beverly Bank
Central National Bank
Chatham Bank of Chicago
Citizens National Bank
Commercial National Bank

National Bank

31
33

45
28%

20

Bank

37

55

30

100

32

12%
15
126% 128%
190

Devon-North Town State Bank—

New common
District National

630

250
42

Consumers National Bk of Chi—10
Cont HI Natl Bank St Trust
33%

Cosmopolitan

17

610
92

20

dollar value, t N jw stock, x Ex-dividend, y Ex-rights,

51
50

56

s Ex-10%

wawW*s»r:rr

April, 1961

Par

Exchange National Bank.

BM

.40
.10
.20

Drexel National Bank.
Drovers National Bat

87
26
49

First National Bank
Guaranty Bank A Trust Co
Jefferson State Bank

20
20

Lake Shore National Bank

10
25

25

■

InllisifsHi

72%

27
38

31

101

20

75

.10
.10
Manufacturers National Bank.. .20

29
33
50
42
32

National Bank

20

Merchandise National Bank
Mercantile National Bank
Merchants National Bank

10
20

20

Metropolitan State Bank
—100
Michigan Avenue Natl Bank—
New

43
44

Mid-America National Bank—40

250
29

Mutual Natl Bank of

.100
Chicago—1

National Bank of Albany Pk—12%
National Bank of Austin
60
National Bank of Commerce
20
National Bank of Hyde Park
20
National Boulevard Bank
m
Natl Security Bank of Chicago.—25
Northwest National Bank

10
20

29
80
51
50
95
73
36
80

Oak Park Trust A

50

Savings Bk

Park National Bank.

-50
10

Peoples National Bank

Pioneer Trust ft Savings Bank—.25
Sears Bank A Trust Co
South Chicago Savings Bank
South East National Bank
South Shore National Bank
State Bank of Clearing

25

63K
25
100

ioo
10

Steel City National Bank

_

West

Irving State Bank
Western National Bank of

.10

Cicerolao

Chicago Trust
Amalgamated Trust A Sav Bk 100
Chicago City Bank A Trust Co 50
Colonial Bank A Trust Co
lo
Drovers Trust A Savings Bank—10
Harris Trust A Savings Bank— 20
Lake View Trust A Savings Bank^O
Northern Trust Co
to
South 81de Bank A Trust Co

10

Central Natl Bank A Trust Co_20
Commercial National Bank
20
First National Bank—
20
Jefferson Trust A Savings Bank.25
Prospect National Bank
20
8outh Side Trust A Sav Bank
100
University National of Peoria.
SO

MAINE

x40
70

73

52

IOWA
..20

35
200
315

52

.100

.25
.100

Central National Bank ft Tr Co—50

100
10

24

100
100

125
125
ISC

Valley Bank ft Trust Co

Security National Bank
Toy National Bank
Woodbury Co Savings Bank

100

10

10
Merrantlle-Safe Deposit A Tr Co-20
Union Trust Co
10

150

KANSAS

Flrat National Bank A Trust
Liberty Trust Co

Co—20°
10

25

Second National Bank.

Western

Exchange State Bank

100

33

28

170

100 1,800

Security National Bank

20

Fidelity Savings State Bank —100

250
57

112
23
26
95
140
144
10

Topeka—10

Merchants National Bank
State Savings Bank
Topeka State Bank
116

160
148

25
—.100
25

59
76

73

150
62

65

100
10
10

First National Bank
Fourth National Bank
Union National Bank

400
40

450
42
32

30

45
a45
62

Covington—
Citizens National Bank

Covington Trust A Banking Co

10

30

First National Bk A Trust Co
Peoples-Liberty Bank & Trust

10

120
30

Security Bank

10
100

200
22
36
16
350

Bank of Commerce—
Citizens Urion Natl Bk ft Tr Co 10
First National Bk A Trust Co.12%
Second National Bank ft Tr Co.100

35
85

Security Trust Co

275
90
100
150

25

Citizens Fidelity Bank A Trust
10
First National Bank——No par

25

50

First National

85

National Shaw-nut

64

Merchants National

91
31
a80
275
140

53%
54%

20

a74

10

38

.25
10

51
30

.50

130

10

26

.25
10

_

150

43%

—

60

10

43%

_

10
20

50
55

Bank

75
57

—

.

—

Cambridge Trust CoHarvard Trust Co

.10

36

.10

26

29

10

55

57%

split)

t75

Fall River—
Durfee (BMC) Trust Co—
New com $25 par (Ex 4-for-l

Fall River National Bank
River

25

American Bank A Trust Co.

16

Capitol Bank A Trust Co

25%

26%

City Nations! Bank.
Fidelity National Bank.

42

Part Wayne—




—

SO

165

Gloucester—

Cape Ann National Bank

.10
.10

35
20

.10

28

25
.10

70

.10

24%

_

50
28

Gloucester Safe Deposit A Trust
—

25
10

20

60

Belyeke—

National Bank of Commerce.

.100 1,000

Merrimack Valley Rational

32

26%

31

Haverhill—

Haverhill Rational Bank

_

40

*

Had ley Falls Trust Co

.50

46

Holyoke National Bank

SO

90

85

Park

SO

79

Bay State Merchants National. 12%

32

12%

54

33%

35%

160

Gary—

•Sale prtoe.

—

■140

Fitch burg—

Jeffi
60

65

100

Trust

Gloucester Rational Bank

41

29

Everett—

Everett National Bank.
Middlesex Co National Bank

FaU

Newport—
Newport National Bank.

39
15

40

76%
42

Cambridge85

Louisville Trust Co

60
30
80

50%
a51%

—

94
58

Yards

10

National Bank
Natl Bank of Plymouth County

Baton Res

10

—

Brockton—

25

Tunisians National

Lake Co State Bank

46%

Boston—

Home

Liberty National Bank A Trust

Evans ville—

Gary National Bank
100
Gary Trust A Savings Bank—10

34

MASSACHUSETTS

Beverly National BankBeverly Trust Co.

LOUISIANA

20

—

—

Beverly—
.100

62%

INDIANA

Peoples Trust ft Savings Co

49

26
15

10
10

Safety Fund National Bank

Port Wayne National Bank—.
10
Indiana Bank ft Trust Co—10
Lincoln National Bank A Trust—80

37

26%

United States Trust Co

Stock

.25

125
55

36
30
45

State Street Bank ft Trust Co

Royal Bank A Trust Co

Anthony Wayne Bank.

—

59

.

New England
Bank

KENTUCKY

Springfield—

_10
-10

—

30

,—10

Deposit ft Trust
City Bank A Trust Co

Louisville-

National City Bank.
Old National Bank.

52%

10

Hagerstown—
Merchants Bank_
Hag