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BANK a„d QUOTATION




RECORD
REG.

tJ. S.

PATENT OFFICE

Stock Exchange Quotations
Range for March 1963
PAGE

PAGE

American Stock Exchange

30

New York Stock Exchange—Stocks— 16

Boston Stock Exchange
Detroit Stock Exchange

51

Pacific Coast Stock Exchange

45

Midwest Stock Exchange

40
4

Philadelphia-Baltimore -Washington
Stock Exchange
44
Pittsburgh Stock Exchange
52

New York Stock

Exchange—Bonds—
"•r

w

+

.

-

-

"

.

•

-

46

'

General Quotations
OF OVER-THE-COUNTER SECURITIES
Values
Banks and Trust
Domestic

as

Investing Companies Securities

Companies—
90
90

Canadian

Equipment Trusts (RR.)
Exchange Seats

54
57

Federal Land Bank Bonds

80

Foreign Government Bonds

81

Industrial Bonds
67
Industrial and Miscellaneous Stocks 69
Insurance

89

Stocks

of March 29
65

Municipal Bonds—
80

Domestic

Canadian

—

82

Public

Utility Bonds
Public Utility Stocks

58
62

Railroad Bonds

53
56

Railroad Stocks

United States Government Securities 80

Other Statistical Information
Foreign Exchange
Money Market

1

1
1

Prime Bankers' Acceptances

2
1

Call Loan Rates
Dow-Jones Stock Averages

Time Loan Rates

1

Volume of Trading

1

Securities Called for Redemption—

April 1963
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25 Park Place,

Publishers

New York 8, N. Y.

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win the meet based on flat races with few points in
field events or vice versa. The scoring system provides a possible 65 points,
five for each 13 questions. The questions are in four categories: 15 points
industry, 20 points company and management, 20 points financial situation
meet.

A team may

finally, 10 points on stock market rating. Each question is designed
to remove opinion where possible, or restrict the range of opinion about
each topic. The result is therefore quantitative and comprehensive.
and

Ask for

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study with the above title.

RETURN ON A STOCK
Professional investors want to know what return to expect
stock in terms of cash dividends and
Stocks deliver returns of

when you

growth. It is

more

5%, 6%, 8%, 10% and

from
than 3^%.

a

some even more,

hold them for a long number of years.

study of the Rate of Return to investors traces the subject
back to 1871. We find that investors achieved a return of about 9% on
Industrial stocks and about 7% on Utilities.
Our

new

The studies that

we

issue

on

individual companies explain how we

develop the growth estimates necessary to predict the long-term growth
rate on a stock and the

issued

effect of return to the investor. Recent studies

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Class Matter, March 14, 1928 at the Post Office at New York, N. Y., under Act of March 3, 1879—Issued Monthly

Second

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New

VOLUME 36

Rates for
Call loans

BANK AND QUOTATION

RECORD

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United States and U. S. Possessions, $68.00 in Canada, $65.00
in South and Central America, Spain, Mexico and Cuba, and
$72.00 in other foreign countries.

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$45.00 a year. Postage outside of United States extra. Single
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CHICAGO OFFICE—135 South La Salle Street.

Money at New York
Mar. 8

Mar. 1

Mar. 15

Mar. 22

Mar. 29

week

(mixed & indus¬
collateral).
Time
loans
(mixed
and industrial col¬
lateral)—

Sixty

days
Ninety days
Four
months
Five months
Six months

33/4 @4 y2

33/4 @4%

3% @4%

3% @4 Mi

3%@4VSs
3%@4y2
33/4 @4y2
33/4 @4%
3% @4%

3% @4%
33/4 @4%
33/4 @4%
33/4@4%
33/4 @4ya
3% @4%

3% @4%
3 3/4 @4»/2
33/4 @4y2
33/4 @41/2
3%@4y2
3% @4%

33/4 @4 Mi
3% @4Mi
3%@4Mi
33/4 @4Mi
3% ®4Mi
3% @4 Mi

3y4@3%

Thrity days

3% @4 y2

3% @4»/4
3% @4%
3%@4¥a
33/4 @41/2
3% @41/2
3% @4%

trial

The Bank and Quotation Record is a companion publication of
the Commercial and Financial Chronicle and is issued monthly.

%

Stk. Exch.

for

Range

(Published Monthly)

,'f

on

3y4@33/4

3% @3%

3% @3%

3%@3%

33/4 @4y2

Commercial
paper —
Double and single

prime

names

COMPANY, Publishers
25 Park Place, New York 7

WILLIAM B. DANA

to

4

months

6

Call Loan Rates

on

the New York Stock

Renewal
High
1_ 3 3/4 @4'/a 3 3/4 @4 Mi 3 3/4 @4 y2
Low

Volume of Business
Month of March—
Stock

on

New York Stock Exchange
1962

1963

sales (shares).

68,482,247

74,874,297
(par value)—
$
Railroad and misc.
83,390,000
Foreign

118,034,886

bond

65,715,223

$

$

170,782,000

125,256,000

8,813,000

7,798,000

7,2~23~500

6,784*000

27000

United States Govt.

Total

1960

104,730,400

158,000

govt

1961

$

Bond sales

International Bank

Mar.

sales

113,543,400

91,346,000

1962

1963

Jan. 1 to March 31—

254,584,480

215,497,672

178,007,500
1961

299,946,967

1960

190,180,939
$

$

$

3

132,040,000

Railroad and misc.

294,599,000

326,507,400

441,244,000

178,000
22,185,200

21,450,000

19,102,100

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

2_ Saturday
3_ Sunday
4_
5_
6_
7_
8_
9_
10.
11.
12.

13.
14_
15.
16-

33/4@4Mi
33/4 @4 Mi
33/4@4 y2
3 3/4 @4 Mi
3 % @ 4 V2
Saturday
Sunday
3 % @4 Mi
3%@4Mi
33/4 @4Mi
3 3/4 @4 Mi
3%@4Mi
Saturday

19,359,500
2,000

33/4 @4Mi
3 3/4 @4 y2
3% @4 Mi
3% @4 Mi
3%@4Mi

High

Mar. 17_ Sunday
Mar. 18_ 3 3/4 @4 Mi
Mar. 19_ 3%.@4Mi
Mar. 20_ 33/4 @4Mi
Mar. 21_ 3 3/4 @41/2
Mar. 22_ 3 3/4 @4 Mi

33/4 @4Mi
3 3/4 @4 Mi

3%@4Mi 3% @41/2
3 3/4 @41/2 3 3/4 @4 >/2
33/4 @4Vz 33/4 @4Mi
33/4 @4Mi 3 % <<741/2

33/4 @4%
Saturday
Sunday
3% @4Ms 3 % @41/2
33/4 @4Mi 33/4 @ 3 y2
33/4 @4Mi 3% @4 Mi
3%@4Mi 3%@4Mi
Mar. 29_ 3%@4Mi 33/4 @4 y2

3%@4Ma
33/4 @4 Mi
3 3/4 @4 y2

Mar. 23Mar. 24_
Mar. 25_
Mar. 26_
Mar. 27Mar. 28.

33/4@4Mi 3 3/4 @4y2
33/i@4Mi 33/4 @4 Mi
33/4 @4Mi 33/4 @41/2
3 3/4 @4 Ma 33/4 @41/2
33A@4Yt 3 3/4 @4 y2

Renews!

33/4 @41/2
3% @4 Mi
33/4 @4y2
3 3/4 @41/2
3 3/4 @41/2

33/4@4MI

Mar. 30_ Saturday
Mar. 31_

Sunday

345,410,000

International Bank

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Exchange

Low

Foreign

govt

United States Govt.
Total bond

sales

2,000
316,962,200

347,957,400

460,348,100

364,771,500

Daily Record of Time Loans
Rates
30 Days
Mar.
Mar.

Volume of Business
sales (shares).

Bond sales (par

American Stock
1962

1963

Month of March—
Stock

on

19,916,020

value)—

Exchange

1961

1960

31,236,051
$

63,370,985

5,909,000

6,134,000

1,937,000

182,000
190,000

474,000
186,000

133,000
90,000

$

21,513,925
$

Foreign corporate.

$
5,364,000
290,000
28,000

Mar.
Mar.

Total bond sales

5,682,000

6,281,000

6,794,000

2,160,000

1963

1962

1961

1960

Domestic

Foreign govt

Mar.

12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

Jan. 1 to March 31—

Stock sales (shares).
Bond sales

66,309,880
$

(par value )-

88,965,394
.

129,119,705

$

$

66,480,337
$

17,060,000
633,000

16,390,000
383,000

14,373,000
1,068,000

7,356,000

__

Foreign corporate-

95,000

410,000

560,000

282,000

bond sales

17,818,000

17,183,000

16,001,000

7,989,000

Domestic

Foreign
Total

govt

351,000

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Dow-Jones Closing Stock Averages
Industrials
30

March
March
March

March
March March;
March
March
March
March:
March :

March'
March ;
March:
March:
March :
March :
March:
March j
March 1
March i
March:
March'
March'
March2
March 2

__

—

—

March:
March:

20
149.67

Utilities
15

132.28

Stocks
Total 65

234.97

153.91

133.13
133.19

.

Volume

133.09

133.73

151.04

133.85

238.60

3,357,800

150.68
150.91
151.58
151.58
151.71

145.45

239.03

134.25
134.97
135.55
135.65

239.26
240.27

3,181,380
3,346,260
4,119,707
3,543,320
3,412,790

151.28
150.79

135.72
135.26

239.65
239.00

151.46

135.90

675.57
677.83

_

152.15
151.61

238.20
237.95
237.80
238.54

151.28

135.61
135.67

240.50
240.01

3,177,410
3,694,360
3,222,490

240.59

3,823,190

135.82
135.80

240.81
241.25

3,700,300
4,095,100

136.00
136.15
136.19

242.40
242.10
242.18

4,272,420
3,894,460
3,387,060

668.08
671.43
672.43

153.05

3,654,430
3,283,870
3,100,315
3,348,505

Saturday
Sunday

_

_

__

674.02

675.20
677.66
673.73
676.33

239.72

240.32

Saturday
Sunday

151.58

3,248,710

Saturday
Sunday
._

._

678.17
680.38

684.73
682.47
682.52

151.88
151.90
152.50

152.75
152.92

Saturday
Sunday

Averages are compiled dally by using the following divisors: Indus¬
trials, 2.988; Rails, 5.04; Utilities, 6.04; 65 stocks, 15.00.




3% @4%
3% @414
3% @4%
33/4 @414
33/4 @4%

3% @414
3% @414
3% @4%
33/4 @41/2
33A @4Mi

Saturday
Sunday
33A@4Mi
3% @4Mi
3% @4^4
33A@4Mi
3%@4'/2
—

3%@4%
33/4 @4Mi
33/4 @4%
3% @414

3 3/4 @41/2

33/4 @4%
3% @414
3% @414

3% @414

3YA<S>4YI
3% @4 Mi
3% @414
3% @414

3% @414
3% @414

Saturday
Sunday

23A@4Va 33/4 @4Ma 3%@4ya
33/4@4y2 3%@4Mi 3% @414
3% @4% 3% @4 Mi 33A @4%
33A@4Yz 3%@4ya 3% @414
3%@4% 3%@4ya 3% @4 y2

27—
28
29

3%@4% 3% @4% 3% @4%
3%@414 33/4 @4% 3% @414
3%@4Mi 3% @4% 33/4 @4 Mi
33/4 @4Mi 3%<®4y2 3% @414
3% @41/2 3% @4% 3 3/4 @41/2

3%@4V4 33A@414 33A@4Mi
3%@4Mi 33/4 @4% 3%@4Mi
3%@4Mi 3% @414 33/4 @4Mi
3%@4Mi 3% @4% 3%@4M1
3 3/4 @4 Mi 3% @414 3 3/4 @41/2

3 3/4 @4 Mi

3%@4Mi
3% @414
3%@414
33/4 @41/2

3% @414
3% @414
33/4@4MI
33/4 @4Mi
3 3/4 @41/2

120 Days

150 Days

180 Days

Bid Ask

Bid Ask

Bid Ask

Saturday
Sunday

Prime Bankers'

3,920,420

677.12

„

3% @4 Mi 33/4 @4Mi 33/4 @4Mi
3%@4Mi 3% @414 33/4 @4Mi
3%@4Mi 3 3/4 @4 Mi 33/4 @4Mi
33/4 @41/2 33/4 @41/2 33/4 @414
3 3/4 @4 Mi 3% @41/2 33/4 @4Mi

3%@4Mi 3% @4ya
33/4@4Mi 3%@4Mi 3y4@4iA
33/4@4Mi 33/4 @4Mi 3% @4 Ma
33A@4ya 3% @41/2 33/4 @4Mi
33/4 @4Mi 33A@4Mi 3%@4Mi

25—

30 Days
Bid Ask

Saturday
Sunday
667.04
667.16

33/4 @4Mi

Big Board

673.56
672.06

_

March!
March 2
March 2

659.72

Railroads

6 Mos.

3%@4Mi 33/4 @41^

Saturday

23
24

Mar. 30
Mar. 31

33A@4Mi

•

5 Mos.

4 Mos.

3%@4Mi

Sunday
33/4 @4Mi

Mar. 26
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mixed Collateral

Saturday
Sunday
33/4 @41/2
33/4 @4Mi
3%@4Mi
3 3,4 @4 Mi
33/4@4Mi

11

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

on

90 Days

33/4 @4Mi

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Mar.
Mar.

60 Days

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar.

Acceptances

90 Days
Bid Ask

3y4@3y8 3y4@3% 3y«@3% 3%@3y4 3y2@33/„
Saturday

3%@3%

Sunday

3y4@3y8 3Vi@3Ya 3Y*@3Va 3%<S>3Yt 3%@3% 3%@3%
3»/4@3y8 3Y*@3Va 2Y*@3Ya 33A @3 V* 3Va @3% 3ya@3%
3y4@3y8 3Y*@3Ya 3V*@2 Ya 33A@3Y* 3y2@3% 3Yz@3Ya
8.

9
10
11
12—
13
14
15

16

17

Mar. 18
Mar. 19
Mar. 20
Mar. 21
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

60 Days
Bid Ask

22
23

24

Mar. 25
Mar. 26_
Mar. 27„
Mar. 28
Mar. 29
Mar. 30
Mar 31

3y4@3y8 3Yi@3YB
3>/4@3y8 3y4@3y8

3Y*<8>3Ya
3y4@3y8

3%@3y4 3y2<g)3%
3%@3y4 3%@3%

3Va @33/8
3Ya@3Ya

Saturday
Sunday
3y4@3y8 3y4@3% 3Y*@3Ya 33A@3y4
3»/4@3 Ys 3y4@3y8 3Y*@3Ya 3%@3Y*
3y4@3% 3y4@3y8 3Yt@3Ya 3Ya@3Y*
31/4 @3 y8 3y4@3y8 3Y*@3Va 3%@3y4
3y4@3y8 3Y<@3Yb 3Y*@3Ya 3% @31/4
Saturday

Sunday
3y4@3%
3y4@3y„
3y4@3y8
3y4@3y8
3y4@3y8
Saturday

3%@3%

3% @33/4

3%@3% 3*4@3%
3y2@3% 3V4 @3%
3%@3%
3%@3%

3%@3%
3%@3%

3y4@3y8 3Y*@3Ya 3%@3y4 3%@3% 3Va @3%
3y4@3y8 3y4@3y8 3% @3 Y*
3y4@3y8 3V*@3Ya 3%@3y4
3Y*<S>3Ya 3y4@3y„ 33/4 @31/4
3Vt@3Ya 3y4@3% 3aA@3Yt

3%@3% 3% @33/4
3%@3% 3%@3%.
3Ya @334 3% @3%
3% @3% - 3Yz @3%

Sunday

3y4@3y8 3y4@3% 3y4@3%
3y4@3y8 3Y*@3Ya 3Y*@3Va
31/4 @3 y« 3y4@3y8 3Y*@3Ya
3y4@3yB 3y4@3«i 3Y<®3Ya
3Vt@3Ya 3y4@3y8 3Y*@3Va
Saturday
Sunday

33/8@3y4
3%@3y4
3%@3y4
3%@3y4

3%@3% 3%@3%
3Yz@3% 3%@3%
3% @33,4 3%@33/4
3%@3% 3»/4@33/4

3%®3 Y* 3y2@3%

3%@3%

2

FOREIGN EXCHANGE

Daily Rates of Foreign Exchange
The

figures shown below

are

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

New York market for each business

{Australia
Pound

{Argentina
Peso (Free)

Mar.

1_

.0073

Mar.
Mar.

2_
34.
5.
6.
7-

{Austria

KBelgium

Schilling

Franc

Bolivia
Boliviano

-Brazil (Cruzeiro)

Official

Free

Saturday

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar.

2.2337

.0387

.0200

.0852

.0545

.0022

.0074
.0074

2.2328
2.2323

.0386
.0386

.0200
.0200

.0852
.0852

.0545
.0545

.0022
.0022

.0074
.0074

2.2321
2.2318

.0386
.0386

.0200
.0200

.0852
.0852

.0545
.0545

.0022
.0022

.0074

2.2314

.0386

.0200

.0852

.0545

.0022

.0200
.0200

.0852

.0545

.0022

.0852
.0850

.0545
.0545

.0022

.0850
.0850

.0545
.0545

.0545
.0545
.0545

Sunday

8.

Saturday

9_
10-

Sunday

IX.

.0074

2.2305

.0386

12.

.0074
.0074

2.2308
2.2321

.0386

.0074

2.2320

.0074

1314.
151617.
Mar. 18.
Mar. 19.
Mar. 20Mar. 21.
Mar. 22Mar. 23Mar. 24.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

>
.0200

2.2311

.0387
.0386
.0386

2.2309
2.2309
2.2317
2.2315
2.2310

.0386
.0386
.0386
.0386
.0386

.0200
.0200
.0200
.0200
.0200

.0850
.0850

.0850

.0545
.0545

2.2311
2.2316

.0386
.0386

2.2313
2.2317
2.2307

.0386
.0386
.0386

.0200
.0200
.0200
.0200
.0200

.0850
.0850
.0850
.0850
.0850

.0545
.0545
.0545
.0545
.0545

.0200
.0200

.0022
.0022
.0022

Saturday
Sunday
.0074

.0073
.0073
.0073
.0073

-

.0850
.0850

.0022
.0022
.0022
.0022
.0022

Saturday

Sunday

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

.0073
.0072
.0072
.0071

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

.0071

.0022
.0022
.0022

.0022
.0022

Saturday
Sunday

{Canada
Dollar
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Columbia
Peso (Free)

^Czechoslovakia

Kscudo

.9285

1.
2_
3-

{Ceylon
Rupee
.2100

.3600

.1010

.1400-

.1450

.2100
.2100
.2100

.3500
.3500

.1010
.1010
.1010
.1010
.1010

.1400
.1400
.1400

.1450 %
.1450 %

.1400
.1400

.1450
.1450

.1010

.1400

.1450

.1406
.1400

.14491/2

.1400

.1450

.1400

.144914

.1400
.1400
.1400
.1400
.1400

.1449%
.1449%
.1449%
.1449%
.144914
.1449%

Chile

Denmark
Krone

Koruna

Saturday
Sunday
.9279
.9278

45_
6_

.2101
.2100

.3550
.3550
.3550

.9274
.9271

.2101
.2101

.3550
.3550

.9271
.9271
.9274

.2101
.2101
.2101

.3550
.3500
.3500

.1010
.1010
.1010
.1010

.2099
.2099

.3400
.3400
.3400
.3400
.3350

.1010
.1010
.1010
.1010
.1010

.9275
.9270
.9271

7.
89-

.145014

Saturday
Sunday

10.
11
12—
13
14—
15
16
17
18—

.

Saturday
Sunday
.8273
.8273
.9273
.9273
.9273

19
20—

21
22—
23
Mar. 24
Mar. 25
Mar. 26—

.2098
.2098
.2097

.1449%

Saturday
Sunday
.9275

.2100

.1400

.2101

.3200
.3100

.1010

.9276

.1010

.1400

.1449%

Mar. 27

.9277

.2101

.3000

.1010

.1400

.1450%

Mar. 28—

.9277

.9273,

.2101
.2101

.3000
.3200

.1010
.1010

.1400

Mar. 29—
Mar. 30—

.1450
.1449%

.1400

Sattfrdal
Sunday

Mar. 31

{England (Found)

Egypt

{Finland

(Metropolitan)

Markka

New Franc

30 Days

60 Days

90 Days

2.8025

2.8031

2.7996

2.7978

.3105

.2040

2.8022
2.8016
2.8014
2.8010
2.8005

2.8000

2.8002
2.8001
2.7998

2.7984
2.7984
2.7982
2.7979

.3105
.3105
.3105
.3105

.2040
.2040
.2040

2.7987

2.7969

2.7964
2.7965
2.9762
2.7959
2.7951

.3105

.2040

2.33
2.33

2.7994
2.7997

2.7975
2.7977

2.7955

2.7935
2.7936

2.33

2.8013

2.7997

2.33
2.33
Saturday
Sunday
2.33
2.33
2.33

2.8012
2.8000

2.7984
2.7969

2.7962
2.7944

2.7956
2.7940
2.7914

.3105
.3105
.3105

.2040

2.7954
2.7976

.3105
.3105

.2040

2.7998
2.7998

2.7935
2.7946
2.7948
2.7944
2.7937

2.7910
2.7920
2.7922
2.7918
2.7918

.3105

.3105

.2040
.2040

2.8008
2.8006
2.7999

2.7960
2.7971
2.7974
2.7971
2.7965

.3105
.3105
.3105

.2040
.2040
.2040

Mar. 25

2.33

2.8001

2.7966

2.7940

2.7915

.3105

.2040

Mar. 26
Mar. 27

2.33
2.33
2.33

2.8007
2.8003
2.8009

2.7980

2.7956

.3105

.2040

.3105

.2040
.2040

2.33

2.7996

.3105
.3105

Pound
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

2.33

1—
2—
3—
4—
5
6—
7
8—
9

Mar.
Mar. 10
Mar. 11
Mar. 12
Mar. 13
Mar. 14
Mar. 15

„

Saturday

Sunday
2.33
2.33
2.33

2.33
2.33

,

Saturday

Mar. 28
Mar. 29

Mar. 30
Mar. 31

.

2.33
2.33

„

.

..

.

.2040
.2040
.2040

Saturday
Sunday

.

T

2.7972

2.7944

2.7930
2.7916

2.7977
2.7963

2.7950
2.7935

2.7921
2.7908

.2040

Saturday
Sunday

NOTE: In 1962 the Finnish markka was quoted 320 to the dollar,
3.2 to the dollar. All other footnotes are shown on page 3.




.2040

Sunday
.

Mar. 16
Mar. T7
Mar. 18—

Mar. 19
Mar. 20Mar. 21
Mar. 22
Mar. 23
Mar. 24

Sterling

beginning with the first business day of this

year,

the rate was changed to

April, 1963

FOREIGN EXCHANGE

3

Daily Rates of Foreign Exchange—Continued
{Germany
Deutsche Mark

Hong Kong
Dollar

.2499

tlndia
Rupee

Indonesia
Rupiah ^

Iran

Iraq

Rial

Dinar

.1755

.2098

.0235

.0135

.2097
.2097

.0235
.0235

.0135

.2097

.0235"

.0135
.0135

2.80
2.80
2.80
2.80
2.80

Saturday

Italy

Pound

2.80

.1755

{Ireland

2.8025

Yen

.0016

2.8022
2.8016
2.8014

\

{Japan

Lira

.0016
.0016
.0016
.0016
.0016

.0027

Sunday
.2500
.2500
.2500

.1755
.1755

.2501
.2500

.1750
.1750

.2096
.2096

.0235
.0235

.0135
.0135

.0235
.0235
.0235

.0135

Saturday
Sunday
.2501

.1750

.2502

.1750

.2502
.2502

.1750
.1750

.2503

.1750

.2095
.2095
.2096
.2096
.2095

.2504

.1750

.2095

.0235

.2503
.2502

.1750
.1750
.1750
.1750

.2095
.2096
.2096
.2095

.0235
.0235
.0235
.0235

.1750

.2095

.0235

.1750
.1750
.1750
.1750

.2096
.2095
.2096
.2095

.0235
.0235
.0235
.0235

2.8010
2.8005

2.80
2.80 J
2.80
2.80

.0027

.0027
.0027
.0027

.0027

2.7994
2.7994

.0016

.0016
.0016

.0027

2.80

2.8013
2.8012
2.8000

.0016

.0027

.0135
.0135
.0135
.0135
.0135

2.80
2.80
2.80
2.80
2.80

2.7998
2.7998
2.8008
2.8006
2.7999

.0016
.0016
.0016
.0016
.0016

.0027
.0027
.0027
.0027
.0027

.0135
.0135
.0135
.0135
.0135

2.80

2.8001

.0016

2.80
2.80

2.8007
2.8003

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2.80

2.8009

| 2.80

2.7996

.0135
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.0135

.0235

.0135
.0135

.0235

Saturday

.0027
.0027
.0027

.0016

Sunday

.2503
.2503

Saturday

Sunday
.2503
.2503
.2502
.2503

.2503

*

Saturday

.0027
.0027
.0027
.0027
.0027

-

.0016
.0016
.0016

Sunday

Lebanon
Pound
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

1

{Malaysia

{Mexico

Malayan Dollar

Peso

.3245

.3268

.0800

.2776

2.7747

.1399

.2104

.0081

.0374

.2570

.3268
.3268
.3267
.3267
.3266

.0800

.2776

2.7744

.2777
.2777
.2777
.2778

2.7738
2.7736

.1399
.1399
.1399

.2104

.0800

.0081
.0081

.2570

2.7727

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.0374
.0374
.0374
.0374

.2779
.2781

2.7716
2.7720

.1399
.1399

.2102
.2102

.2781
.2782
.2783

2.7735
2.7734
2.7723

.1399
.1399
.1399

.2103%
.2102%
.2102%

.0081
.0081
.0081
.0081
.0081

.2783
.2783
.2782
.2782
.2782

2.7720
2.7721

.1399
.1399

.2102

.0081

2.7730
2.7728
2.7722

.1399
.1399
.1399

.2781

2.7724

.0800
.0800

.2781
.2781
.2781

2.7729
2.7725
2.7731

.1399
.1399
.1399
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.2782

2.7718

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3
4
5
6
7

.3245
.3245
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.3245
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13

.3245
.3245
.3245

Mar. 14
Mar. 15
Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

.0800
.0800

/ .0800

Saturday
Sunday

Mar.
9
Mar. lOMar. ll
Mar. 12_
Mar.

Guilder

{New Zealand
Pound

{Norway

.3265
.3264
.3266

.0800
.0800
.0800

.3266

.0800
.0800

.3263

2.7732

*

Guarani

.3245
.3245
.3245
.3245
.3245

;

.3262
.3259
.3259
.3260
.3258

.0800
.0800
.0800
.0800

.0800
.0800

.0800

.2103%
.2103%
.2103%
.2102%

.

-

.3245

26
27
28

.3245
.3245
.3245

.3258
.3260
.3259
.3257

Mar. 29
Mar. 30

.3245

.3259

Mar. 31—

Peru
Sol

.0081
.0081
.0081

.0374
.0374

.0374
.0374
.0374

Philippir
Peso

.2570
.2570
.2570
.2570

.2570
.2570
.2570
.2570
.2570

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.0081
.0081
.0081

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.0081
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.0374
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.0374
.0374

.2570
.2570

.2102

.0081

.0374

.2570

*•

.2102%
.2102%
.2102%
.2102

Saturday
Sunday

24
25—

Paraguay

Rupee

.1399
.1399

Saturday
Sunday

16
17
18
19
20
21—
22
23

Pakistan

Krone

Saturday
Sunday

L,

8

{Netherlands

.2570
.2570
.2570
.2570

.2570

Sunday

-

.

Saturday

Saudi

{Portugal

Mar.

Singapore
Malayan

Riyal

Dollar

.0349

1
2
3
4
P
6—

..,,

m

.0349;

{Sweden

{Switzerland

Peseta

Rand

{Spain

Turkey

Krone

Franc

Lira

Peso (Free)

.0349

.0349
.0349

.3276

1.3960

.0166

.1927

.2310

.0725

.0915

.2240
.2240
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.2240
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1.3955
1.3954

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.2310
.2310
.2309
.2308
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.0725
.0725
.0725
.0725
.0725

„ „

.

—

13

Mar, 14
Mar. 15
Mar. 16
Mar. 17
Mar. 18
Mar. 19
Mar. 20
Mar. 21
Mar. 22
Mar. 23-

.2570

.0166
.0166

.1926
.1926

.2309
.2311

1.3953

.0166
.0166

.1927
.1927

.2310
.2310

1.3952
1.3950

.0166

.

-c.

Venezuela
Official
Free

.0915
.0915

Saturday
Sunday

9
10

Uruguay

.2240

.3275
.3275
.3274
.3274

.2570

.

(So. Africa

.0915
.0915
.0915

.3003

.2206

.3003
.3003
.3003
.3003
.3003

.,

Saturday
Sunday
.0349

[|

7

Mar. 21
Mar. 12—

Arabia

Escudo
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

.2102%
.2102%
.2102%

.2206
.2206
.2206

.2205
.2205

-

.0349
.0349

.2240
.2240

.0349
.0349
.0349

.2240
.2240

.2240

.3272
.3273
.3275
.3274
.3269

1.3944
1.3946
1.3954
1.3947

.0166

.1927

.3269
.3255

1.3946
1.3946
1.3951
1.3950
1.3947

.0166
.0166
.0166
.0166
.0166

.1927
.1927

.0725

.2310

.0725
.0725
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.0915
.0915
.0915
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.0915

.0725
.0800
.0800
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.0915

.3003

.2207

.1925

.2312
.2312
.2311
.2311
.2310

.0915
.0915
.0915
.0915

.3003
.3003
.3003
.3003

.2207
.2207
.2207
.2207

.0166
.0166

.1924
.1924

.2310
.2310

.0800
.0800
.0800

.0915
.0915

.3003
.3003

.2206
.2206

.0915
.0915

.3003
.3003

.2207
.2207
.2207

.3003
„

.3003
.3003
.3003
.3003

.2207
.2206
.2206
.2206

.2207

Saturday
Sunday
.0349
.0349

.2240

.0349
.0349
.0349

.2240

.2240
.2240
.2240

.3267
.3266
.3265

.0349
.0349

.2240
.2240

.3266
.3267

.0349
.0349

.2240
.2240

.3267

1.3948
1.3951
1.3949

.3268

1.3952

.0166
.0166

.1924
.1924

.2309
.2309

Mar. 29
Mar. 30

.0349

.2240

.3265

1.3945

.0166

.1925

.2308

Mar. 31

Sunday

Mar.
Mar.

25——II

Mar.

Ofl

Mar. 27
Mar. 28

-

.1925
.1925

Saturday
ounaay

.0800
.0800

:.

.0915

v.:

.3003

Saturday

{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
market for cable transfers, payable in the foreign currencies as shown. Value in United States dollars. Nominal rate, f Official rate.

New York




New York Stock

Exchange—Bonds

Monthly and Yearly Record
RANGE OF BOND PRICES FOR

Bond Sales-

1962

1963

Bond Sales—

1962

1963

•

MARCH

$316,962,200 $347,975,400
The tables on pages 4 to 29 furnish a complete record of the transactions on the New YorkfStock Exchange during
March and the range for year since January 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
March

Jan. 1 to March 31

$91,346,000 $113,543,400

—

Period" indicate in each case the month when the bonds mature,
All quotations for interest-paying bonds are at a price to which accrued interest must be added. The exceptions to
the rule are income bonds and bonds on which interest is in default. This method of quoting bonds became effective
January 2, 1909. Quotations after decimal point represent one or more 32nds of a point.

list.

The italic letters in the column headed "Interest

Sales in
March

New York
Stock Exchange

BONDS

Val&e
S

D

GOVT

S

BONDS

Treasury Bonds—
4 Vis_May 15 1975 1985
4Vis_Aug 15 1987 1992

1988

3%s
3%s
3%s
3%S_
3%s
3%S

May
Nov
Nov
Aug
May
Nov

3 Vis

Nov

Feb

3%s:
3l/4S_Jun
3 Vis
3s
3s

15
Feb 15
Nov 15
Nov 15
15 1978
May 15

2

VaS-Sep

3,000

55,000

103
103.2
101.2
101.3
100.20
100.13
100.13

103.8
103.10
101.6
101.7

100.17

99.13

99.17

101.26
101.16
101.1
101.9
101.2

F-A

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

15 1967 1972s

15 1967- 1972

103.8

104
104.8
101.30 102.2

F-A
F-A
F-A
Af-N
M -N
M-N
F-A
Af-N
M-N
M-N

Aug 15 1966
995
3s__—
Feb 15
2% 8
—Feb 15 965
2%s_Jun 15 1962 967963
2'/as_
Aug 15
2 VaS_Dec 15 1963 1968
2l/aS_Jun 15 19641 1969
2VaS_Dec 15 1964 1969
2»/aS_Mar 15 1965 4970
2 Vis_Mar 15 1966 1971
2Vis_Jun 15 1967 1972
2Vis_Dec

Ask

103.28 104.4

F- A

1990
1998
1966
1983
1985
15 1964

15
15
15
15

Bid

A-O
F-A

1980

3VaS
3 '/as

15
15

Bid

Af-S

1969
1971
1972
1972
1980
1993
1968
1971
1974
1968
1966
1967

Aug 15
Feb 15

4s
4s

Ask

Bid

or

F-A
F-A

1969

4s

Opening

Opening

F-A
F-A
F-A

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

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

101.30
101.24
101.5
101.13

101.10

10T20 10T24
101.17 101.25
101.16 101.24
101.5
101.1
100.30 101.2
100.21 100.25
95.16
95.8
93.4
92.28
91.28
92.4

99.28 100
91.18
91.10
91.18
91.10
99.30 100
98.24
98.28
88.18
88.26
98.23
98.27
96.11
96.19
99.23
99.25
94.20
94.28
93.22
93.30
93.2
93.10
92.24
91.16
90

93
91.24
90.8
90
90.2

89.24
89.26

International Bank for Reconstruction &
5s
Feb 15 1985
F-A
106.8
4%s
Nov
1 1980 M-N
104.8
4Vis
Dec
1 1973
J-D
102.16
4%S
Jan
1 1977
J- J
102.16
4%s
Feb
1 1982
F-A
102.24
4 Vis
May 1 1978
Af-N 100
4 Vis
Jan 15 1979
J-J
100
4s
Sep 15 1963
M-S
100.16
3%S
.—Oct
1 1964 A-O
100.8
3%s
May 15 1968
Af-N
99
3 Vis.
Jan
1 1969
J-J
97
3VaS_
Oct 15 1971 A-O
95.24
3%s
May 15 1975
Af-N
93
3 Vis
Oct
1 1981
A-O
88.16
3s
July 15 1972
J-J
91.8
3s
Mar 1 1976 Af-S
89
Inter-American Development Bank—
4 Vis
Dec 15 1982 J-D
100

or
Ask

103.16
103.16 103.24
101.6
101.10
101.8
101.12

100.20 100.28
100.16 100.20
100.16 100.20
99.22
99.14
99.24
99.16
100.24 100.28
99.16
99.24
99.6
98.30
100.8
100.4
100.26 100.30
100.1
100.5
94.10
94.2
92.2
92.10
91.10
91.2
99.28
91.10
91.10

99.24
91.2
91.2
100
98.28
88.4
99

100.2
99

88.12

99.4
96.27

96.19

100.2
94.30
93.26
92.30 93.6
92.28
92.20
92.2
91.26
90.9
90.17
90.2
89.26
90.2
89.26

100

94.22
93.18

Development—

107.8
105.8

106.16
104.8

103.16

103

103.16
103.24

103
103
100

101
101

100

100.28
100.24

100.12
100.8

99.24
98

99.8
98
96

95
89.16
92.8
90

107.16
105.8
104
104
104
101
101
100.24

93.16

96.24

100.24
10O
99
97

95.16
90.16

89.16

93

92

90.8

91.8

100%

100 Ya

Highest

Sale

Lowest

Highest

Sale
Prices

March 29

March 1

1963
Interest
Period

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN MARCH—
Lowest
Closing or
Sale

Price Jan. 2,

Sale
Prices

Sale
Prices

Prices

100.28
100.17

99.2
99.10
100.23 100.27
99.17
99.13
99
9828
100.4
100
100.24 100.28
99.29 100.1
94.8
94
92.2
91.26

91.2
90.26
99.26
99.22
91.10
91.2
91.10
91.2
99.31 100.1
98.29
87.22
99

99.1
87.30

96.14
99.22

96.22
99.29

94.14
93.16

94.22

92.28
92.18
91.22

90.8
89.22
89.22

99.4

93.24
93.4
92.26
91.30
90.16
89.30
89.30

108.8
107.8
104.16 105.16
102.24 103.24
103
103
100
100

6

103.16 Mar

6

103.16 Mar

100% Mar

1

100% Mar 8

103.16 Mar

103.16 Mar

6

6

104
104
101
101

100.12 100.24
100.16 100.28
99.24
99
98.8
97.8
97.16
96.16
95
93
90.8
89.8
93.16
92.16
91.8
90.8
100 y4

101

100

Feb 19

100"% Mar 8

2

99% Mar 25

NEW YORK CITY
Transit Unification—

28,000

1,000
58,000

corporate stock

3%

1980

J-D

97%

Sale

98Ji

FOREIGN GOVERNMENT & FOREIGN CORPORATE
91
91%
Akershus (Norway) 4s
1968 Af-S
Af-S
103% 105 Ya
104%
Amsterdam (City of) 5Vis_1973
96 Ye
96 %
•AAntloquia (Col) 7s A 1945 J-J
J-J
96%.
96%
•AExternal sf 7s ser B-1945
J-J
96%
♦AExternal sf 7s ser C-1945
96%

Sale
99%
ISSUES—
„

Sale

—

—

—

__

—

—

92
104

96%

96%
96 %
96 %
96 Ya
96 %

Sale

A 7s 2nd
A 7s 3rd

21,000

A-O
A-O

96%

3s

1957
1957
1978
(Commonwealth of)
3 Vis
1967
3Vis
1966
3Vis
1969

J-J

58

Sale

59%

J-D

98

98%

97

97%

97%

97%

J-D
J-D

97
97

98
98
100

Sale

98 %

98 %

s

series
series
f $ bonds

Australia

57,000
182,000
17,000
85,000
84.000
40,000

87,000

50,000
189,000
77,000
122,000
148,000
218,000
280,000

85,000 ,■
5,000

1,000
40,000
20,000
49,000
106,000
190,000

20-year

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

20-year 5s
20-year 5Vis
20-year 5 Vis—
20-year 5Vis_

For




„

__

—

96%
60%

;

1978

Af-N
Af-S
M-N

100%

:

1979

M -S

103%

Sale

Apr 1980

A-O

100%

Oct 1980

A-O

Sale
100% 101%

J-J
J-J
J-J

Sale

101% 103%

103

102% 103%
101% 102 Vi
102%

Sale

J-D

104

Sale

104

1971
1973
1972

Austrian Government—
4Vis assented due—
1980
•ABavaria (Free State)—
External 6Vis
1945

4%s debt adj series 8
1965
Belgian Congo—
5 Vis external loan
1973
Belgium (King of) extl 4sl964
5 Vis external loan
1972
1976
5 Vis extl loan s f—
1977
5V*s extl loan s f_
•ASVis external loan
4%s debt adj ser A
4Vis debt adj ser B

1958
1950
1970

1978

J-D,

99%
99%
101%

102

88

J-J

F-A
F-A

100%

A-O
J-D

100% 101

M-S

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

37

—

Sale

103% 106%
103% 104
101%
Sale

91

101%

—

65

97%

98% Sale
99% 99%
102% 103%
Sale
100 Ya
103% 104
Sale
101%
Sale
101%

Sale

101%

87

Sale

Sale

39%
100 %
103%
103 %
102 %

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

100% 103
97%

—

97. Mar 7
97 y8 Mar 7
97% Mar 26
98% Mar 29
99% Mar 28
102% Mar 28
Mar 27
100

61

Mar 27

97% Mar 28
98% Mar 20
98% Mar

8

100% Mar 22
Mar 13
101
103% Mar 1
102

Mar 11

Mar 26
103
101% Mar 28

Mar 1
104
102% Mar 20

101 % Mar 29
Mar 27
103

102 Ya Mar 25
103% Mar 4

61

96% Feb 14
5

98
Jan
2
98% Mar 20

Jan
2
Mar 29

100% Feb 25

Jan

101

97
97

98%
99 Va
101%
100

Feb

98% JanoBl
Jan 17
103% Mar 1
102% Feb 18
105
Feb
1

3
Feb 13
Mar 27

102% Feb 15

102% Mar 25

103% Mar

6

102%

Sale
Sale

102
102

103% Mar
103% Mar

6

104

Sale

103% Mar

104% Mar

8

102% Mar 20

103 y8 Jan 30

102 Ya

Sale

89

89

Mar 26
Mar 27

1

Mar 26

6

89 y4 Mar 26

101%

101% Mar

7

101% Mar

40
41%
100% 101
104
104%

38% Mar
100 y4 Mar
103% Mar

5
1
1

100% Mar 27

103% 104
101% Sale

103

4

99% 103
97% Sale

Mar

101% Mar 28

102 ya Mar 12

97% Mar 29

Mar 27

57% Jan 24

2
100% Feb 20
102
Jan
2
102% Jan 15
Feb 11
102
Mar 27
102

89

101% 101%

105% Jan 11

—

Sale

104
Sale
101% 101%

7

91% Feb 19

Feb 14

„

98%

100% 100%
103% Sale

59% Mar

91% Feb 19
103

—

102%

A-O

103
Sale
102% 103%
103% 103%

1

20-year 5 Vis
1981
20-year 5Vis old_.
1982
20-year 5 Vis new
-1982
20-year 5Vis
Oct 11982
Austria (Rep)—
5Vis external s f $
^1973

footnotes, see page 95.

—

96%
96%

—

98%
Sale
100 %
Sale
102%
101

ABerlin (City of) 6s

1,000
1,000

—

—

1

„

96%
96%
96 %

96 Ya
96 Ya

91% Mar 13
104% Mar 4

Mar

104

97% Jan

—

•AExternal sf 7sserD_1945
A 7s 1st series
1957

—

99"% Mar 25

98 J1 Mar

__

A-O
A-O

—

1

91% Mar 13

99%

100% Jan

87% Jan

102% Jan 11
103% Feb 11
103% Jan 10
103% Mar 6
103% Mar 6

104% Jan
89% Feb

3

7
4

101% Mar

7

7

100% Feb 15

Mar 19

104y2 Mar 4
104 y2 Mar 21
102 % Mar 1

36
Jan
2
100 V* Jan
3
103% Mar 1
103
Feb 19
100 y4 Feb
7

45% Jan 15
101
Feb
7
105% Jan 25

102% Mar 12
97% Mar 29

8
94% Jan
96
Jan 29

102 y2 Mar 12

41

-

105

Feb

102% Mar

1

1

97% Feb 25

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

April, 1963
Sales In
March
Value

New York

Price Jan. 2,
1963
Interest Opening or
Period
Bid
Ask *-

Stock Exchange

BONDS

$

A-O

1955
•A6%s s ? debentures—1951
A6%s s 1 debentures
1959
Berlin Power & Light Co—
•ABerlin

City Elec 6s

3,000

-PRICES IN MARCHLowest
March 29
Sale
Closing or
Bid
Ask
Prices

March 1
Opening or
Ask

Bid
—

-

BONDS

—

—

—

—

_

Sale
Prices

—

—

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices

Highest

—

T_n
J — LJ

F-A

Debt adjustment
47/as deb series A
1978
4Vis deb series B
1978
•ABrazil (US of) extl 8s_1941
Stamped pursuant to

—

—

-

J- J
J-J
J-D

Plan A (interest re¬
duced to 3.5% )
1978
A Extl sf 6^3 1926
1957

3,000

—

—

3-D
A-O

79

78%
—

—

—

83

87

—

Mar

4

6

78

Mar

4

80% Mar 29
78
Mar 4

1

83

Jan

4

83 V* Jan 29

1

78

Jan

3

78

Jan

3

3

78

Jan

3

78

83

Mar

1

83

Mar

78

Mar

—

—

Sale

83

—

77% Feb

80% Mar 29
Mar 4

78

75%

—

—

Sale

80%

:

74%

—

83
—

—

Stamped pursuant to
Plan A (interest re¬
duced to 3.375% )—1979
A Extl s f 6%s 1927
1957

78

80
—

Sale

78

—

A-O
A-O

—

79%

78

—

—

—

Stamped pursuant to
Plan A (interest re¬
duced to 3.375% )—1979

A-O

78

79%

78

79%

78

1952

J-D

—

—

—

—

—

Plan A (interest re¬
duced to 3.5% )
1978

11,000

J-D

83

92

83

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

78

56%
86%

80
60

78
58 y2
87 y*

80
60
88

78
60
87

65

86

87

85%

86%

58%
91%
40%

60

60%
91%
40 %

ACent Ry

30-yr 7s

78

Mar 13

78

Mar 13

78

Jan

83

Mar 11

83

Mar 11

83

Jan 28

83 y* Jan 30

78
Mar 18
59 Ye Mar 14
87% Mar 26

78
60
88

Mar 18

78
Jan
4
56% Jan
9
87 Vb Mar 26
85% Mar 26

60
Jan 11
88% Jan 30

59

60

56% Jan

3

60

Jan~15

92

Stamped pursuant to
10,000

—

83

•

5% funding 1931 due 1951

Stamped pursuant to
Plan A (interest re¬
3,000
21,000

38,000

duced to 3.375% )—1979
Caldas (Dept of) 3s
1978
Canada (Dom) 2%s—
1974

25-year

23,000

1975

2%s

Valley (Dept of)—
f $ bonds
_1978
*
A Chile (Rep) ext s f 7s_1942

87%
',i'.

86%

—

88

Cauca

70,000

3s

J-J
M-N

s

•A7s

Feb
A-O
A-O
F-A
F-A
J-J
J-J
M-S
M-S
Af-S
Af-S

1942

assented

A Extl s f gold 6s
1960
A6s assented.!
-i960
A Extl s f gold 6s__Feb 1961
A 6s
assented
Feb 1S61
.

1,000

175,000

ARy ref extl s f 6s_Jan 1961
A 6s
assented
Jan 1961
A Extl s f 6s
Sep 1961
A 6s
assented
Sep 1961
A Extl s f 6s
1962
A 6s assented
1962
A Extl s f 6s
1963
A 6s assented
1963
Extl s f $ bonds 3s
1993
AChile (Mtge Bank)6%s_1957

,

90
41
90
41

_

_

;

—

—

—.

•.

I

Sale/

40%

41

—

90
41

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

'

91%

ACologne (City of) 6Vis_1950
4%s debt adjustment—1970
A Colombia (Rep of)—
A6s of 1928
Oct 1961
A6s of 1927
Jan 1961
3s extl s f $ bonds__1970
Colombia Mtge Bank 7s
1946

.*

40%

__

A-O

63

1979

J-D

106

J-D
J-J

28

Cuba (Rep of) 4Vis extl__1977

40,000

Cundinamarca

1978

3s

Czechoslovakia (State )■—
A Stamped assented (interest

reduced to 6% ) ext to '60

F- A

——

• •

91%
40%
2%

329,000
El

5Vis extl loan
5 Vis external loan
5 Vis extl loan—
Salvador

1977
1978

Af-N
Af-S

5%

94,000
41,000

42,000
1,000

5Vis secured (7th ser)_1975
5s sec (11th series)
1978
5%s (13th series)
1980
5Vis s f debentures.—1982

»AFrankfort on Main 6Vis_'53

Extl Loan 4%s—May 1 1973

1

42 % Mar

~4

——

"•

-

Prussian

2,000

1969
1972

5Vis dollar bonds
3s dollar bonds
conv

1972

14,000

5s dollar bonds
3s dollar bonds

262,000
141,000
.

Greek Government—

1980
.^._l972

Sale
Sale
69

56%

:

Sale
28%
58 Va

95

80 y8

A7s part paid
A6s part paid

1964

—

86
86

J-J

92
89

A-O
J-J

103% 107
101 y* 102

A-O

104

A-O
Af-N
Af-N

102% 103

—

Sale

A-O

100%

(State of) 6s_1946
funding 4Vis 1966

A-O
A-O

* A Hamburg

Conv <Sc

«AHarpen Mining Corp 6s_'49

;

4Vis debt adjustment
1970
Heidelberg (City) 7Vis___1950

J-J
J-J

92

61,000

Sub America 7Vis debs_1977
Italian (Rep) 3s
1977

40 Va Jan 22

43V'* Mar 28

92 y* Jan 31

"

_

95% Feb

__

81%

8

95 y8 Feb

79% Jan

7

82

Sale

63%

80% Mar 12

82

81

,

101 Va 101%

Sale
Sale

106 >/*
27%

104% 105%
Sale
27%
58%

60

—

—

100%

86
86

'

92

86
86

—

95
4%

86
86

—

95
4%

—

8

Mar 27

102

92%

99%

99*

—

Mar

Mar 1
99% Mar 29

Sale
Sale
Sale

102%

Sale
Sale

102

Mar~28

104% Mar 4
26 Va Mar 26
59
Mar 8

20

42

42

101 Va
69

72

69

69

81 Va Mar

4

99

Mar 28
Mar 13
Mar 25

102% Mar 14

101% Mar28

8

63 y* Jan 30

106 Va Mar 21
28y8 Mar 6
60% Mar 27

104% Feb
7
26y8 Mar 26
57
Feb
4

69

20

Mar

Mar 27

103% Mar
101'/* Mar

4
4
99% Mar 19
92% Mar 28
86
Mar 25

20

— —

95

—

—

Mar 27

101% Feb 12
99% Feb 11
99
Mar 28
86
86

5

103% Jan 23

Mar 8
Mar 5
103% Mar 13

101

95% Mar 15

95% Mar 15

102
103

•

Jan 24

101% Feb
6
101% Feb 18

95%

Mar~15

106% Mar 15

102%

102%

102% Mari 8

102% Mar 18

—

110%
96%

109%
95%

Sale

31%

Sale

32

Sale

Sale

29%

Sale

29%

Sale

—

93% Mar 26

110V* Mar 5
96
Mar 27

110% Mar 13
96 Va Mar 15

31% Mar 5
28% Mar 26

32% Mar 20
30
Mar 2o

104% Jan
92
Jan

4
7

30-year extl s f 3s

1977

*A7s series B_
_1947
Italian Pub Util Credit Inst—

49,000

30-year gtd extl s f 3s_1977
•
A7a series B
1952
8Altaly (Kingdom of) 7s_195i

For footnotes, see page 95




20

Mar 27

103% Feb

5

101 y* Jan 16
99% Mar 19
92% Mar 28
Jan
3

Jan~21

106
Jan 16
102% Jan 11
104

Jan

2

104% Jan 15

~~95% MarTi

106% Mar 15
93% Mar 26

102% Mar 18

107% Jan
94% Jan

7
9

110% Mar 13
96 Va Mar 15

Jan

18

32% Feb 28
30:
Mar 20

30

26% Jan 30

____

101
—

—

101%

101%

101 Va Jan

„

—„

95

95

—-

J—J

"

F-A

98

J-J

82%

J-J
Af-S

82%

J-J

82%

J-J
3-D

4

60% Mar 27

101% Jan 10

—

95 Va

,-tir—'

Sale
Sale

Feb"21

—

Sale
—

Sale

83%

Sale

Sale
Sale

101%

83%

Sale

82

81

82%

Sale

Sale

81

83
'
'

—

—

—

__

—

—

95 Va

18

Feb 21

101 Va Mar 29
82% Mar ll

Jan 2
81% Feb 11

Mar 1
83% Mar 11

98

105

Feb 26
83% Mar 11

106

81

Mar 18

82

Mar

1

81

Mar 18

82% Jan 11

81

Mar 20

82% Mar

5

81

Mar 20

82% Jan

—

—

—

101 y8 Jan

—

—

104%
83%

18

Italian Credit Consortium
for Public Works—

28,000

8

.

106% Mar 18
93 Va Mar 27

—

28% Jan

~5

104% Mar 28

106% 112
93% 94%

.

Mar

106 y* Mar 21

Jan 21

101
Mar 18
102
Mar 11
101 y* Mar 29

106% 112
92% 99y*
~

Jan~28

—

103% Mar 27

95%

'69

Jan 17

86

101%
102%
101 y* Sale

—-

103%

18
3

Jan
Jan

104%

104

98% 104
101% 102
103
102
102 Va 104

8

—

107% 108%
94% 95
30%
29%

"I

-

International Tel & Tel—

88,000

43y*Mar28

____

94%

104%

M-N

Mar

5

■

A-O
A-O

F-A

93

-

_

95%

—

102

—

"4% ~5

J-J

1968

1

■

.

___

32

103
102
100% Sale

J-J
J-J

J-D
J-D

Mar

«—

International loan of 1930—

13,000

7

'

1953 issue

4s dollar bonds

Mar

92 y* Jan 31

Sale

German (Federal Rep of)—
External loan of 1924—

11,000
15,000

93

—

Community—
70,000

93

—

8

'

_

(Republic of)—

3Vis extl s f $ bds Jan 1 1976
3s extl s f $ bds Jan 1 1976
Energy Supply Schwaben—
5 Vis debt adjustment__1973
AEstonia (Republic) 7s
1967
European Coal & Steel

Mar

93

91%
40%
2%

Denmark (Kingdom of)—

139,000
125,000

Jan

-...

_

91%
40 %

— —

'

|'

92

'

A-O

1974

:

;

——

79%

A-O

~

8

__

___

—-7-

3s ref dollar bonds
1972
Credit Froncier De France—

5Vis gtd extl loan

..

5%

2%
94%

A-O
J-J

42%

40%

■

•

Jan

40 y2

,

—

Jan~Ii
i!"

■

——■

91%

40%
91 y2

92

■T_—■

40%

'

—

102%

1977

f

41

M-7V
J-D

Copenhagen Telep 5%s

■

7

Jan

92

43'/*
91 y2
40%

90
41

rnmmm'

-

Mar 12

4

Jan

87% Jan 25

....

m...

91%
40%
91%
40%

.

91%

■

—.

41

Af-N
Af-N

.

,,L.

40%

90

6s_1962
._1962

Sale

4

——

40%
91 %
40%
91%
40%

:

Mar

78

-r

——

40%
91%

•

.

42 VB

90

-

,

•

_

„

91%

40%
91%
40%
91%
40%

— —

J-D
J-D

91%
40%
91%
40%
91%
40 Va
93

„

— —

41

97,000

.

I.

j

90

231,000

1,000

..

Af-N
Af-N

A-O

Costa Rica (Rep of)-—

20,000

'

41

1961

•

7,000

—

90
,r,

AChilean Munic Loan 7s_1960
A 7s assented
-I960
AChinese Hukuang Ry 5s_1951

4,000

V

m_U."

'

41
90
41
90
41

J-D
J-D
J-D

A6s assented-.
A Guar sinking fund
A 6s assented

107,000

.

«...

'■

s.

90

A6Vis assented
1957
A6%s assented
1961
A Guar sinking fund 6s_1961

26,000

mmmm

Mar 27
Mar 25
86% Mar 18

■

■

_

'—

—
.

2

6

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

galea in
March

New York
Stock Exchange

Value

Price Jan. 2,
1963
Interest Opening or
Period
Bid
Ask

BONDS

f

23,000
103,000
160,000
193,000

493,000
40.000

34~000
290,000
64,000
57,000

Jamaica (Government of)—
5%s external loan
1974
Japan 5 Vis extl loan
1974
Japan Develop Bank 6s
1976
6s gtd external loan
1977
6s gtd external loan
1978
Japanese (Imperial Govt)—
A6Vis extl loan of '24
1954
6 Vis due 1954 ext to
1964
A 5Vis extl loan of '30—1965
5Vis due 1965 ext to
1975
•
§ A Jugoslavia 7s—
1957
,.XLM Royal Dutch Airlines—
4%s conv subord debs
1979
IKreuger & Toll class A—
A 5s uniform ctfs of dep_1959
AMedellin (Colombia) 6Vis_'54
3s s f $ bonds
1978
•AMllan (City of) 6Vis__1952
Minas Geraes (Brazil)—

V

ASec extl

s

f 6Vis

1958

Af- 3

91

92%

J -J
M-S

97%
98 %
97%

Sale
98 Vi
Sale

M-N

F-A
F- A
Af-N
Af-N

101%

Opening
Bid

or
Ask

Bid

or

100%

Sale

162 &

Sale

102% 102%

Sale

99%
24%

26

Af-S

84

Sale

88%

Sale

1%

1%

1%

__

92

99%
lOOVi
100%

100%
25 %
88%
1

59

59

60

60%

—

52

56

Highest
Sale

Sale

Sale

Prices

Prices

Prices

Prices

93% V 92Vi
Sale
98%
Sale
100
Sale
100
Sale
100

Sale

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest
Sale

Ask

Sale
Sale

26

57%

Closing

100%
100%

99%
24%

%

March 29

92 Vi
Sale
Sale

A-O

Af-S
3-D
J -J
A-O

BONDS

PRICES IN MARCHMarch 1

92
99%
100 Vi

F-A

—

Lowest

99%

8
4
1

Mar

4

93 % Mar 21
Mar 20
lOOVi Mar 1
lOOVi Mar 14

5

100% Mar 28

97% Jan 7
100% Feb 26

101

Mar

Mar 12

102

Mar
Mar
Mar

102% Mar 15

101% Jan

103

Mar'l

100% Mar

101

4

26

88%

87% Mar

1%

52

64

Highest

8

89

% Mar 18
60.*

Mar

8

Mar 20

92% Feb 15
97 % Jan 14
98
Jan 23

2

98% Jan 16
24% Jan 29
82% Jan

4

93% Mar 21
101
101

Mar 20
Feb 20
Feb 18

100% Mar 28

Jan

23

101 Vi Jan 21
24% Jan 29
89

Mar 20

1 % Mar 14

% Jan 24

60% Mar 25

57% Feb 19

60%

Mar~25

54

Mar 28

51% Mar 18

54

Mar 28

49

Mar 20
7
Mar 18

46% Feb 19
102% Jan 21
102% Feb
5

1% Feb 12

—

Af-S

Stamped pursuant to
Plan A (Interest re¬
duced to 2.125% )
2008
A8ec extl s f 6 Vis
1959
Stamped pursuant to
Plan A (interest re-

12,000

13,000
63,000
150,000

454,000 \

183,000
75,000

duced to 2.125% )_2008
New Zealand (Govt) 5%s_1970
15-year 5%s_
1976
15-year 5%s
1977
Nippon Tel <fe Tel Public—
6s gtd dollar bonds
1976
6s gtd dollar bonds
1977

M-S

52%

M-S
42
J-D 102
A-O
103
Af-N
98
A-O

95

M-S

98%

48
103
104
Sale

98%
Sale

Norway (Kingdom of)—
3,000

4%s s f extl old
4%s s f extl new
5%s s f extl loan
5Vis external loan

51% Mar 18

M-S

1965
1965
1973
1976
5%s external loan
1977
Municipal bank extl 5s_1970

3-D

•ANuremberg (City of) 6s_'52

100%
100% 101
101% 102%

F-A

102%

49
51
102% 103%
103% 103%
99% Sale

100%
100%

100%

Sale
Sale

47

Mar 18

102% Mar
103

7

Mar 25

99% Mar 29
100

103% Mar
104

100% Mar 19

98

Jan

2

Sale
Sale

Jan

18

Mar

4

102% Mar 19

98

100% Mar

1

102

Mar 18

97% Jan 24

100% Mar 18
100

101
101

Mar
Mar

101% Mar 1
101% Mar 20
99% Mar li

102%
102%
102%
99%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

8
5
5
4
4
11

100% Mar

101

100% Mar

6

F-A

22,000
90,000
65,000
102,000
2,000

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

46% 51
102% 103%
103% 103%
99% Sale

100

100%

102

100% 101
102% Sale
101% Sale
101% Sale
98% 99%

103

97% 100

__

100% 101%
99% 100
101
101%
102
102%
101% 102 %
99%
__

Mar 22
101% Mar 27

100
100

Jan 11
Mar 22

101% Mar 27
101% Feb 27
101% Mar 20
98% Feb 13

Mar 20
7
104
Jan
4
100% Mar 19
49

103% Mar

102% Mar 19
102

Mar 18

101
101

Mar
Jan

8
4

103% Jan

9
Jan
3
103% Jan
4
100
Feb 14

103

Oriental Development Co Ltd—
*A6s extl loan

I--ST.
I

J#.'.

\T

—

6,000

29,000
51,000
42,000

(30-yr)_1953

Af-S

6s due 1953 ext to
1963
A5%s extl loan (30-yr)_1958
5%s due 1958 ext to
1968

1,000

Af-S

172
100% 100%

Af-S

168

Oslo (City of) 5%s extl__1973
5%s s f extl loan
1975
5%s s f external loan—1977
•APernambuco (State) 7s_1947

Af-N

J-D

J-D
A-O
Af-S

_

98%

__

102% 103%
104
104%
101

101%

__

100%

98%

99%

101%

Sale
Sale

105
101% 101%

98%

__

102% 103
105
Sale
101

100

6

Mar 26

100

101% Mar 1
104% Mar 18

103

Sale

101

Sale

50

Mar 29

Mar 26
Mar 19

105% Mar 14
102% Mar 11

100

Jan 21

100% Mar

7

100

101% Mar 1
104
Feb 21

104

98

101

Jan

Mar 29

106
103

6

Mar 26
Jan 15
Feb
5
Jan 17

Stamped pursuant to
Plan A (interest re¬
duced to 2.125% )
2008
APeru (Rep) sec s f 7s„1959
ANat'l loan ext s f 6s
ANat'l loan ext s f 6s

•APoland

Porto
8s

5,000
——

77,000
——

1,000

20,000

17,000

(Rep) gold 6s„1940

A4%S assented
1958
•AStabilization loan 7s_1947
A4%s assented
1968
•AExternal s f 8s
1950
A4% assented
1963

—

2,000

1960
1961

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

„

_

86
86
86

46
86
86

51

91%

91%

86
7%

A-O
A-O

7%
7

8%

A-O
A-O
J-J

8
7

Sale

7
8
7

J-J

7

15%
7%

7

8%

51

91%
91%
7%

—

5

91% Mar20

—

—

6%

51

Mar 29

7

Mar

8

8

91% Mar 20

~8

Mar 28

8

8
7

8%

Mar

8%
6%

49

Feb

4

51

Mar 29

91%

Mar"20

—

8
—

Mar

8

4

8% Mar 18

Mar

4

"5% Mar~l8

8

55% Jan~18
7

8

7
8
7

7

Mar 8
Jan 28
Mar 4
Jan
2
8% Feb 21
7% Feb 15

8%
7%
8%
7%

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Feb
Jan

18
28
18
17
21
21

Alegre (City of)—

1961 stamped pursuant
to Plan A (interest re-

duced to 2.375% )
2001
7%s 1966 stamped pur¬
suant to Plan A (interest red to 2.25% )__2006
Rhine-Westphalia Elec Pwr—
Direct mortgage 7s
1950
Rhodesia & Nyasaland—
5%s exterinal loan
1973
*ARlo de Janeiro (City) 8s_'46
Stamped pursuant to
Plan A (Interest reduced to 2.375% )
2001
*AExternal sec 6%s
1953
Stamped pursuant to
Plan A (interest reduced to 2%)
2012
Rio Grande du Sul (State of)
*
A8s extl loan of 1921__1946
Stamped pursuant to
Plan A (interest reduced to 2.5% )
1999
A 6s extl s f
gold
1968

J-D

58%

69

58

J-J

57

Sal*

48

76%

78

76%

A-O
F-A

70

75

F-A

54%

60

A-O

_

—

A-O

60

60%

66%

60

Mar

8

60

Mar

8

60

Mar

8

60

Mar

8

50

Sale

50

Mar 29

50

Mar 29

49

Feb 28

57

Jan

2

Sale

75

79%

76

Mar 27

79% Mar

8

75

Feb

11

79% Mar

70

75

70%

70% Mar 28

70% Mar 28

70

Jan

8

70% Mar 28

55%

56

55%

Sale

55% Mar 18

55% Mar 18

54% Jan

8

55% Feb 14

64%

63%

64%

65%

Sale

64% Mar 20

65% Mar 29

63

Feb

7

65% Mar 29

62%

_

62%

68%

62 % Mar

68% Mar 12

62% Jan 11

68% Mar 12

58

60

Jan 30

61
173

Jan 21
Feb 28

65

M-S
Af-N

8

A-O
...

J-D

_

Stamped pursuant to
Plan A (interest re¬
duced to 2% )
2012
A7s extl loan of 1926__1966
Stamped pursuant to
Plan A (Interest re¬
duced to 2.25% )
2004
7s 1967 stamped pursuant,
to Plan A (Interest reduced to 2.25% )
2004
•ARome (City of) 6%s
.1952
,

Sao Paulo

J-D
M-N

62

65%

__

_

M-N

55

J-D

58

A-O

7

60

60
173

__

Mar 18

Jan

18
Feb 28

(City)—

•A8s extl

secured

s

f

1952

M-N

__

_

Stamped pursuant to
Plan A (Interest re¬
duced to 2.375% )
2001
A6%s extl secured sf
1957
Stamped pursuant to
Plan A (Interest re¬

duced to 2% )

2012

Serbs Croats & Slovenes—
A 8s secured external
1962
A7s series B sec extl
1962
Shlnyetsu Elec Power Co Ltd—
•A6%s 1st mtge s f
1952
6%s due 1952 ext to
1962

2,000
75,000
13,000

31,000
102,000
120,000




ASilesia (Prov) ext s f 7s__'58
A4%s assented
1958
South Africa (Union of)—
4 Vis external loan
1965
5%s extl loan
Jan 1 1968
5%s extl loan
Dec 1 1968
South European Pipeline—
5%s s f debs
1982
So Italy Development Fund
Gtd exter loan 5%s
1974

M-N
M-N

74

M-N

97

Af-N
Af-N

24%

3-D
3-D

J-D
J-D
J-D
J-D
►/-J

76%

76%

77% Feb

6

77% Feb

6

98

Feb

5

98

Feb

5

25

Jan

22

25
25

Feb 19

__

__

25

25%
26

_

97%

__

97%

__

__

7%
7%

__

8%

98% 100%
98% Sale
98

Af-S

103%

Af-N

101%

99

Sale
__

25

24%

7%
6%

—

26

__

8%

98% 99
99%
Sale
99 Vi 100%

25%
25%

7%
6%

24% Feb 14

6%

98% 100
99%

99

99%

Sale

6% Mar 28
98% Mar
99% Mar

7
5
99 % Mar 29

103% 103%

103% 103 %

103%, Mar

8

Sale

101% 102%

101

6

102

Mar

6% Mar 28
100

Mar 19

6% Feb

4

Jan 22

7% Feb

4

99% Mar 18
99% Mar 21

98% Jan 10
93% Jan
2
98% Jan 11

100% Feb 25

104% Mar 19

-•>3% Feb 26

104% Jan 14

103% Mar

101

103% Mar

Br

5

Mar

6

100
100

Mar 19
Jan _17

5

April, 1963
Sales in
March

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

Value

New York
Stock Exchange

$

BONDS

Price Jan, 2,
1963

Taiwan Elec Power Co Ltd—
A5%s (40-yr) s f
1971
5%s due 1971 ext to

1981

J-J
J-J

100

A-O
A-O

2,000

100

1,000
36,000

6s 1953 extended to

1963

J-D
J-D

100%

1,000

Extl readjustment
1979
Extl conversion
1979
37/8-4%-4i4% ext conv 1978
4-4y4-4%s extl readjust_1978
3%s extl readjustment_1984
Valle Del Cauca—
See Cauca Valley (Dept of)

99

1961

ext to

1971

Bid

—

Sale

—

—

—

-m

Highest

Sale

Sale

Lowest
Sale

Prices

Prices

Prices

or

Ask

99

Highest
Prices

Sale

99% Jan 14

_

83%

Sale

84

85

90%
84%

97%
Sale

96

93%

—

7%
6%

—

92
91
—

Sale

100% 100%

Sale
_

101

Mar 26

Mar

229

Mar

100% Mar

6
4

7

91%

89% Mar

94

92%

96%
95%
93%

86
92
92
85

94
■

Mar 18

91
88

_

Sale

8%
6%

~8

99
229

100%

•_

99%

__

Sale

F-A
F-A

6s due

Ask

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest

100

Jan

Mar 18

101

Mar 26

6
3

229

Mar

2

_

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

•§AWarsaw (City) extl 7s_1958
•§A4%s assented
1958
Westphalia United Elec Power
1st mtge 6s ser A
1953
AYokohama 6s of *26
__1961

2,000
1,000
1,000
25,000

Bid

Closing

or

Bale

Uruguay (Republic)—
3%-4-4y8% ($ bonds '37)
168,000

Opening

March 29

_

Tokyo (City of)—
A5%s extl loan of '27—1961
5%s due 1961 ext to
1971
Tokyo Elec Light Co Ltd—
•A6s 1st mtge $ series_1953

BONDS

-PRICES IN MARCHMarch 1

Interest Opening or
Period
Bid
Ask

—

92

93%

—

7%
6%

"7%

"7%

Mar 4
Mar 1
Mar 13
Mar 21

—

100% Mar

6
6

91% Mar 20
86
92
92
85

Mar 4
Mar 1
Mar 13

Mar 21

99

Mar
229
100 Ya Jan

83 y8 Jan
2
86
Mar 4
Mar 1
92
Feb 11
91
Mar 21
85

9
7% Jan
6% Jan 15

—

100% Jan

6

2

91% Mar 20
86
93
97
85

Mar 4
Jan 21
Jan
4
Mar 21

7% Jan
9
7y4 Jan 31

J-j
J-D
J-D

100 %

F-A

107

100 Va

ioo y2

__

100y8 Mar

4

lOO'/a Mar

4

«.00

100 % Jan

Jan

4

RAILROAD AND INDUSTRIAL
COMPANIES
Air Reduction Co Inc—

2,000

3%s conv subord debs
1987
Alabama Gt Southn 3J/4s_1967
Alabama Pwr 1st M 3%s_1972
1st mortgage 3y8s
1984

3,000

Albany & Susq RR 4%s

977,000

2^000
45,000
11,000

Aldens Inc—
5s conv subord debs

5%s

debentures

1975

M-N
j-J

M-8
j-j

1980
1981

A-O

1981
1986

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

J-D

Sale
95 %

92%
94%

106

92%

Sale

108

92%
94%

_

95%

II

96 Vi

1317/s
103%

96%

Sale

124

104

_

96%

__

Sale
„

127%
103%

Sale
__

n
Sale
__

Allegheny Ludlum Steel—
70,000

12~000
152,000
290,000
146,000
64,000
157,000

26,000

24,000
32,000
30J500

10,000
90,000
311,000
704,000

689,000
42,000
100,000
147,000
64,000
49,000
42,000

225,000
192,000
172,000
172,000
500,000
838,000
455,000

56,000
17,000
13,000

18,000
43,000

6,000
527,000
414,000

1.502,000

19,000
2,000
47,000

53~000
137,000
12,000

4s

subord debs
f debentures

conv

4%s

s

Allegheny & West 1st 4s

1998

Allied Chem & Dry 3 Vhs
1978
Allied Stores Corp 4%s
1981
Alum Co of Amer 3V8s
1964
3s s f debentures
1979
4 Vis s f debentures
1982
3%s s f debentures
1983
Aluminum Co of Can 3yss_1970

4V2S

f debentures

A-O

American Airlines 3s debs_1966
American Can Co 3%s
1988

J-D
A-O
J -J

4%s debentures
American Distilling Co—
4%s conv subord debs
Amer & Foreign Pwr 5s
4.80s junior debs

1990
1986

103%
64
95
103% 105
99% 100
88% 89
Sale
101
60
94

96

98

97%
93%

96%
93

104%

M-S

90%

Sale

96

A-O

122%

Sale
Sale
Sale
77%

j-j

A-O

96

1977
Anheuser Busch Inc 3%s_1977
Ann Arbor 1st g 4s
July 1995

F-A
A-O

92%
91%

Q-J

58

Apco Oil Corp 53/4s
Armco Steel Corp—

1981

A-O

100%

f debentures
1984
4%s s f debentures
1986
Armour & Company—
A 5s inc subord debs
1984
4%s conv subord debs
1983
Ashland Oil & Ref—
37/8s conv subord debs_1993

A-O
J-D

102

M-N
M-S

91%
106%

F-A

82

A-O
j-j
A-O

76%
80%

J-D
J-D

86%

81%

■

93%

Sale

F-A
M-S
J-J

91 y8

A-O
M-N
M-S

102%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

F-A

86%
94%
107
816

Sale

Sale
___

.

92%
63%
—

575,000

138,000

96%

82

Sale

82%

86%

86%

86

76%
80%
79%

Sale

76%
80%
79 y4

Sale
Sale
77
Sale
80

81%

80%
Sale

Sale

91%

94%
91%

Sale

86

86%

94%
102 y4

Sale
Sale

94%
102 Va

106%

Sale
.Sale

106%
327

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

96%

Sale

Sale

Sale

92 Va
•

92%

66%
102

93
70

Sale

Mar 29
Mar 27

Mar 12

99% Mar 4
101% Mar 28
Mar

5

Mar25
1
1

72% Mar
71% Mar

94% Mar
122

4

Mar

8

8iy8 Mar

8

86

Mar 28

76% Mar 1
80% Mar 29
79% Mar 7
93% Mar 25
907/s Mar 26
86
Mar 28
94 y4 Mar 26
102
Mar 1
106% Mar 28
318
Mar 1

96% Mar

1

92 Ya Mar 8
92% Mar 27

Mar

1

73% Mar 14
72% Mar 20

65

Jan

63

Jan

2
2
2

97% Mar 14

90% Jan

2

98

9

126

125

Mar

1

Mar 28
76% Jan 29
80 V4 Feb
6

80% Mar 11
95% Mar 13
91% Mar 7

93 y4 Jan
90% Feb

87% Mar 1
95 y4 Mar 11
102% Mar 18
107
328

Mar 4
Mar 29

96% Mar 4
92% Mar 25
92% Mar 25
rn..

Mar 13

101% Mar 7
103
Mar 14

121% Jan

-

83
Mar 13
87
Mar 13
77 y4 Mar 8
81% Mar 19

-

102

95

103

Mar

..

81% Jan 30
86

78% Feb 15

86

2
6
Mar 28

94y4 Mar 26
Feb 14
106% Mar 28

102

y313
96

Jan

f

JaniI 2

92% Feb' 4
91 y8 Jan 15
8
63% Jan

Feb

20

Feb 18
Jan

29

83
Mar 13
88 y4 Jan 14
77% Jan 21
\ 81% Feb 15

80% Jan
7
95% Jam 18
91% Feb 27
87 y2 Jan
8
96
Jan 16
103% Jan 18
107% Jan 10
340
Feb
7

96% Mar

4

92 V-Jan
8
93
Jan 30
66
Jan 14

4

101

Jan

102% Mar 12

101

Feb 26

104

102 % Jan

104

Mar

Jan 25

3

104

Jan 31

107% Mar 18

2
91% Jan
105% Feb 26

97
111

103%

Sale

101% Mar 21

104 y4 Mar 28

101% Mar 21

104 y4 Mar 28

101% 102

101% Mar 15

101% Mar 15

106%

108

108
Mar 7
107 % Mar 18

101
Feb 11
7
105% Feb

102
108
107%
104%
103%

—

—

M-N

99% 100

100% 101%
92%
96

80

96%

—

„

—

96%

101% 102%
iosy2107 y4

Sale
Sale

99% 100

93%
89%

Sale

101%

93%
97%

Sale

93%,

__

„

102%
96%
92

—

102 y4 Mar 27

95% Mar
89% Mar

4
1

Sale
_

101
Mar 18
93% Mar 1
98

98

Mar 15

Sale

97%

Sale

96% Mar 1
90% Mar 6
113
Mar 20

112%

Sale

113%

Sale

95%

Sale

98%

Sale

100%

214%

Sale

210

Sale

219

F-A

81%

71%

Sale
Sale
Sale

83

m-s
a-o

85%
Sale

82%
70

Sale
Sale
Sale

81%

81

Sale

140

Sale

139

Mar 28
Mar 1

Sale

107

Sale

106

Mar 20

70
78
67

Sale
Sale

80

78

76%

j-j
J-D
•M-S
j-j

136%

96%
Sale

81
84%
96 y4
139

a-o

109%

Sale

107

■

—

-

—

102% Mar 14
96% Mar 1
89% Mar 26

105

Jan 23

104% Feb 27
4
101% Jan
95% Jan
89% Mar

4
1

102% Mar 12
4

Mar 29

Feb

1

Mar 7
Mar 18
Jan 11

Jan 15

96 y8 Jnn

3

92% Jan 18

5

100% Jan

4

93% Mar 26

92% Jan

7

98

96

7

102

Mar

Mar 15

Jan

102
Feb 27
93% Mar 26
98
Mar 15

80

96%
90%

73%
75%

j ■

,

4

Mar 29

97

.

,

Mar

98% 100

101%
80

Mar 7
106% Mar 13

96%
90%
114

90%

95

94% Mar

1
4

95%
89%

80%

Mar 19
100
102% Jan 10

94% Mar
105% Mar

Sale
Sale

j-j

4
101% Feb 26

95% Feb

99% Jan

Sale
Sale

96%

96
86

May

100
Mar 19
102% Mar 4

9
27
28

88%
100 y4

29
5

68
95

106

A-O
M-N

F-A

90
Mar 25
101 y8 Mar 11
97
Mar 22

7

Sale
Sale

102

j-jr

9918 Mar 11

Mar
Feb
Feb
105
Jan
100
Mar
90
101% Jan
97% Jan 23

61%
94 Vi
102%
99%

94%

102% 102%

1st ref mtge 3y4s
1990
1st ref mtge s f 4s
1993
4%s conv debentures
1974
Baxter Laboratories Inc—
4s conv subord debs
1982

Mar 1
Mar 18

8
3
20
14
18
3
25
21

105%

A-O

1st cons mtge 4s ser B
1980
1st cons mtge 4y4s ser C_1995
A Conv 4%s inc
Feb 1 2010
4%s conv debs ser a
2010
Baltimore Gas & Elec Co—
1st ref mtge 3s ser Z
1989

99%
88%
100 y4
96

Mar 20

94% Mar 21
104% Mar 12

102% Jan
103% Jan

Sale

107 Ya 108

j-j
j-j
F-A

103

68

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Feb
Jan
Mar

29

113% Jan 24
73% Mar 14
72% Mar 20

104%

Atlantic Ref in 2%s debs__1966
3 Vis debentures
___1979
4%s conv subord debs—1987

65% Mar 11
94% Mar 4

2
11
17

99% Jan
102

Jan

104% Mar 13

94%
Sale

Sale
105% 106%

Af-S

Mar 22

138

94%
104

—

—

1980

101

Mar 1
Jan 22

107% Jan

106% 108

3%s ser D

5

124
103

Sale

102%

iVf-S
J-J

99% Mar

127% Mar 29
104% Mar 13

112

104%

J-D

1

109

101%
101%

1963

Mar

103% Mar 12

109

101
101

mortgage 3%s

124

105% Jan 31

106

Atlantic Coast Line—
Gen unified 4y2S ser A_1964
Gen mtge 4s ser A
1980
Gen mtge 4Vis ser C
1972

95% Jan 3
8iy2 Mar 20
96% Mar 22

94

7

Sale

103

Feb 14

81% Mar 20
96% Mar 22

3

122%

102

94% Mar 19
81% Mar 20
96% Mar 22

93% Jan

Sale

93

Mar 27

81% Mar 20
96% Mar 22

104% Jan

125

,

110% Jan 15

5

Sale

n

104% Feb 28

105y4 Mar 13

96%

96%
92 y4
92%

94

94

Sale

320

Mar 28

105 y4 Mar 13

Sale
Sale
Sale

87 y4

10

104% 105%
73%
71%

94%
91 y8

5

97

94

F-A

1979
1983
Atchison Top & Santa Fe—
General gold 4s
1995
Stamped 4s
July 1995

For footnotes, see pace 95.




99%
101% 102%

5Vss debentures

Baltimore & Ohio RR Co—
1st cons mtge 3y8s ser A_1970

8,000
125,000

Sale

Sale
97

4 V28 debentures

135,000

503,000

Sale
Sale
Sale

F-A

5 Vis debentures—.

580,000

711,000

991!
88%
100%
95%

70

101%

1977
1977

4%s conv subord debs
1981
Avco Manufacturing Corp—
5s conv subord debs
1979

438,000
522,000

104

Mar

102% Sale
104
102

__

Automatic Canteen Co of Amer
211,000

64%
94%

100%
104%

F-A
J-D

Gen mtge

45,000
27,000

100
102

97
Sale

Sale
Sale ?
Sale

1969

1st

29,000
15,000

96%
94 y4

104% 105%

Atlanta & Charlotte Air Line—

234,000

101% 102%

72%
71 Va

1987

1976

96%

112

American Tob 3s debs

Associates Invest 4J/2s
5%s subord debs

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

M-N
M-S

s

88%
101

99%

101% 102%

American Machine & Foundry
4 Vis conv subord debs
1981
American Optical Co—
4.40s conv subord debs_1980
American Tel & Tel—
2%s debentures
1980
2%s debentures
1975
2%s debentures
_T986
2 %s debentures
1982
27/8s debentures
1987
3%s debentures
1973
2%s debentures.
1971
3y4s debentures
1984
37/aS debentures
1990
4%s debentures
1985
5s
debentures
1983
4 Vis conv debs
1973

4.35s

Sale

104 y4
64% 70
94% 95
104 y4
Sale
99A Sale

107 y4
65 y4
63

2030

3y4s debentures

100
102

95%

99%

3f-N

1980

s

Sale

99%

105

—

Sale

7
96% Jan
90% Feb 14
3
111% Jan

Mar 15

101

Mar 27

95

Mar

4

22174 Mar 28

208

71%

Sale
Sale

82% Mar 28
68% Mar 28
71% Mar 29

76
70

Sale
Sale

67% Mar 27

85% Mar 4
75% Mar 6
77% Mar 12
83% Mar 14
76% Mar 1

222

Sale

96

97% Mar 12
90% Mar 6
115y4 Mar 11

208

15% Mar 28

ml

/

„

96

Jan

7

101

Mar

4

227% Jan 22

2
817/a Jan
68 % Mar 28
68
Jan 22
72
Jan 18
64% Jan 16

8674 Feb 18
76
Feb 18
77% Mar 12

Mar 27

83% Mar 14
78
Feb 28

Feb
1
Jan 10

96 y4 Mar 19
143
Mar 11

Jan 18
7
Jan

7
25
96% Feb 12
150
Feb
7

108 J/2 Mar

106

Feb 27

110y4 Jan

'

96%

Feb 27

115 y4 Mar 11

80
84 V2
95
135 '/2

.m

M

86

97% Mar 12
91

...

—,

—

8

81

Feb

86

Jan

4

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

8
Sales In
March
Value

New York
Stock Exchange

S

BONDS

Price Jan. 2,
1963
Interest Opening or
Period
Bid
Ask

1977
1981

Beneficial Finance 5s
4%s debentures
;
Bethlehem Steel Corp—

11,000
15,000

Cons mtge 2%s ser I
1970
Cons mtge 2%s ser J
1976
Cons mtge 3s
ser K—1979

37,000
26,000

1,000
524,000

3%s

conv

1980

debentures

Boeing Airplane Co—
4%s conv subord debs—1980
Borden Co 27/ss debs
1981
4%s s f debentures
1991

613,000
17,000
64,000

Boston & Maine BR—
1st 5s series AC
1967
AInc M 4 Vis Ser A July 1970
1st mtge 6s series ss—1965

7,000
432,000
320,000
4,000

Brooklyn Union Gas Co—
General mtge 2%s
1st mortgage 3s
1st mortgage 4y«s
1st mortgage 5%s

20,000
4,000
5,000
3,000

M-N
J-J
Af-N

92

M-S

84%
77%

1983
1986
1988

Af-N
J-D
MS

F-A

307,000
23,000
4,000
31,000
1,069,000
25,000
21,000
14,000
13,000

.

Bid

Ask

—.

91%
85 Va
87%

Sale
—

Sale

85%

Mar 27

41% Jan

7

23% Mar 11
53% Mar 7
97
Mar 18

17
Jan
46 Va Jan
97
Jan

2
2

7

50% Feb 12
23% Mar 11
55% Feb 18
97
Jan
7

84% Mar 28

84% Mar 28

84% Jan

2

85% Jan 18

51%
96 %

84%

84%

__

105 Va

Sale

F-A
A-O

57%

61%

74

Sale

Sale

80%
100 %
56%
60 Va
76%

103% 104%
97%

Sale
98%

91

Sale

78%

A-O
A-O

Sale

95%
86 Va
107

99%

—

Sale
—

85

'

Sale
Sale

80%

Sale

100

56%
61%

60
Sale

104
104%
105% 106

Sale
—

-

78
104

59%
68

Sale

104%
104% 106

98 Va

98%

98 y8

99

90%

Sale

90%

90%

79

81

82

81

82

75

84 y8
78

Central of Georgia Ry—

1st mtge 4s series A

11,000

1995

J-J
May
May

72%

J-D
J-J
A-O

118%
40%
88%

1974
1968

F-A
F-A

8694

1979

M-N

101

A-O

103

106

105

108

A-O
A-O

98
103
98

101
106
101%

100
105

Sale
108

63,000

mtge 4 Vis ser A_2020
A Gen mtge 4 Vis ser B-2020

226,000

Central Illinois Light Co—
4 Vis conv debentures
1974

A Gen

Cent RR Co of N J 3%s__1987
Cent N Y Pwr gen mtg 3s_1974

568,000

8,000
,

1,000

Central Pacific Ry—
1st & ref 3 Vis ser A
1st mtge 3%s ser B
Cerro de Pasco Corp—

182.000

5Vis

conv

subord debs

81%

Sale
Sale
—

118

43%
88%

92
Sale

123
Sale

90

Sale

98%
104%
101
95%

103 % Mar
1
101
Mar 25

75%

120

42%
88%

—

95 Vi

93% Mar
85% Mar
107

—

81

Mar

77

Sale
Sale
Sale

77

Jan

14

87

76% Jan

2

'

Mar 14

1

Mar

7

-

19

Mar 12

122 % Mar 12
44
Mar 5

88% Mar 29

89

86% Mar

86% Mar

4

114% Jan 24

2

100

81

7

118 Va Mar 4
41 Va Mar 22

95% Mar 19
86 Va Jan 14

Jan

96 Va Jan 29

60
Mar 5
61
Mar 18
81 Va Mar 14
104% Mar 6
106
Mar 19
98 Va Mar 7
90% Mar 1

1

Mar 11

85% Jan 25

6

100% Mar

Mar 8
Mar 19
Mar 7
Mar 8

Mar

91

Mar

82

1

Mar 8
Mar 5
Mar 18

Mar 25
4

—
—

87

Mar 8
Jan 18
Feb
1
Tan
2
103% Jan
9
105
Jan
2
97% Jan 30
90 Va Feb 11
100
55
57 Va
73 Va

7

82

Feb

6
8

82

Jan

117% Jan 29
40 Va Jan
2
88% Mar 29
86
96

Jan 23
Feb 19

166,000

-»

2,000
5,000
58,000

5.90s conv sub debs ww_1971
Without warrants
6s conv sub debs ww
1974
Without warrants
Champion Paper & Fibre—
3 Vis debentures
1965
3%s debentures
1981
4 Vis conv subord debs—1984

A-O

97%
91%

J-J
J-J

J-J

107

110

General

1992

Af-S

98%

30,000
9,000
64,000

Ref & imp 3%s ser D._1996
Ref & imp 3%s ser E
1996
Ref & imp M 3%s ser H_'73
R & A div 1st cons 4s
1989
2nd cons gold 4s
1989

Af-N
F-A
J-D

83%

gold

4Vis—

J-J

82
95
85%
80%

1985
1970
1990

F-A
F-A

86%

F-A

78

4,000

1978
Chicago <fc Eastern 111 RR—

F-A

94%

304,000

A Gen M inc 5s (conv)-1997
1st mtge 3%s ser B
1985

Chic Burlington &

5,000
8,000

36,000

282,000
11,000
16,000

20.000

164,000
120,000
34.000
15.000
215.000
881.000

1,080.000

"

Sale
—

—

A5s income debs

Jan 2054

Chicago & Erie 1st g 5s

1982

Chic Gt Western 4s ser A_ 1988
AGen inc M 4%s
Jan 2038

Chic Ind'polis & Loisv Ry—
A 1st M inc ,4s ser A_Jan'83
A2d M inc 4%s A
Jan 2003
Chic Milw St Paul & Pac—
4s series A
1994
4%s series A
Jan 2019
4%s conv inc ser B.Jan 2044
A5s inc debs ser A
2055
Chic & North Western Ry—
A 2d M cv inc 4%s_Jan 1999

3s series B

1989

85%

—

—

__

„

59%

79

125

86% Feb 27
96

107

Mar 11

7

110

97% Feb 21

105
111

Jan 11
Jan 11
Jan 24
Jan 15

Sale

103

Mar

7

110

Mar 14

103

105
104
99% Sale

Mar 1
Mar 7
Mar 18

103% Mar 13
110
Mar 13
104% Mar 14

103

101

98
103
98

97%
91%
103 Va 106

98%
92%
105% 107%

98% Mar 12
92 Va Mar 14
104% Mar 14

98% Mar 12
92 Va Mar 14
106 Va Mar 25

98% Mar 12
92 Va Mar 14
104% Mar 14

98% Mar 12
92 Va Mar 14
110
Jan 14

100
Mar 15
84% Jan 24

98

99 %
82 %

__

83

98%

86%
80%

94% 100%
82%

Sale

99% Mar
82% Mar

__

Sale

84

97%
__

97%

96% Mar 14

87
81 Ya

Mar

4
4
6

84

84
97

86
88
80
95 %

48%

Sale
Sale

J-J

77%
78%
56 Va
54%

78%
79

April

49

J-J

51%

J-J
Af-S
F-A

71%
76%

April
April
M-S

36

Sale

88
88

Mar
Feb

Mar 15

98% Feb 13

Mar 27
Mar 6

82
82
95
86 %

Mar

5

Feb
Jan
Jan

Mar 1
Mar 12

86
Mar 1
88 % Mar 14

85% Feb
86 Vi Jan

95% Mar 12

95%

12
3
2

Jan 28
80% Jan 21

95% Mar 12

94%

59% Jan

86
90

7
19

83
84
98

—

86

92%

98

Mar

100

88

63

Sale

65

Sale

63

Mar

67 Va

72
Sale

68

Sale

68

Mar 29

38%

39%

37% Mar 19

66
Mar 20
70% Mar 18
40 % Mar 5

75
77

April
April

1

68

29

1
9

Jan~25
3

Mar 29
Jan
2

77
78
65

Mar 6
Mar 19
Mar 8

55
49

58%
51%

54%

55

54% Mar 28

2

Sale

49

Mar 26

58% Mar 11
53% Mar 8

48% Jan

50

36

2

81

81%

82%

81

Mar

80

78% Mar

59%
55%

Sale
Sale
Sale

1
59 % Mar 28
d55% Mar 26

55%

Sale

d51% Mar 20

Sale
Sale

59%

Sale
53

56
53

Sale
56

54 y8

1

——

Mar
6
Mar 11

Mar 20

Mar 2g
Mar 13
60% Mra 5

56% Mar

5

______

______

77
103

82
80
63

Jan

3^

3
77% Jan
78% Feb 11
2
56 Va_Jan

Jan

3

49
Jan
53 Va Jan

2
16

54

RR 2%s series A
1980
4%s income debentures_1995
1st mtge 5%s series C
1983
Chic T H & Southeast—

102

—

—

105

1st & ref M 2%s-4%s__1994
Income 2%s-4%s
1994

141,000
30.000

7.000

J-J
J-J

55%
51%

57%
55

Chicago Union Station—
1st mtge 3 Vis series F
1963

Sale
99%

71%
77
99
63 %
61%

__

71%

79

77

105

99

65
65

63 Vi
55

Sale
99%

99 ?i

J-J

99%

1st mtge 2%s series G

J-J

99 %

1st coll tr M 4%s ser A_1982

Af-N

100

Af-N

103%

A-O
J-J
Af-N

85%
98

II

F-A

95%

96%

95%

96%

95%

F-A

86

—

87

Sale

87

1963
Chicago Sc Western Ind RR—

100

99-fg
99%

—

9911

77%
103

77

103

Mar 6
Mar 11

Sale
—

99% 100%

95 Vi Mar 12

66
Mar 20
70% Mar 18
40% Mar 5
Mar 6
Feb 27
Feb 19

59% Feb 18
53% Mar 8
6
Feb
Mar 29
Feb 18
60Va Mar 5

82
80
63

58
54

Feb

13

Jan

7

71% Jan 24
77Ya Feb 25
103
Mar 11

Jan
Jan

3
3

63% Feb 20
62 % Feb 28

99A Jan

2

77

103

58
55

67

61%

Feb 25
88% Feb 18

Feb 25
Mar 11

71'i Jan 24

__

12

Mar

86

65

73
Mar 27
77
Mar 1
60 % Mar 22

Feb

5
86% Feb 11
80% Jan 21
98

60% Mar 22

Sale
64

73
Jan
73 Va Jan

64%

77%
61 Va

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

84

77
78

70

Sale
Sale

78%
62 Va

106

7

77

Chicago Rock Island & Pacific
—

15,000
8,000

19

105

39

April

Feb

2

Sale

Sale
Sale

1

100% Jan

29

73

Feb

46% Jan 11
91
Jan
8

Mar 11

M-N

71

Feb 20
Feb
6
Feb 20

107

58

74%
62%

10
28

1

64%

.

8
14

Mar

M-N

Af-N
J-J

3
5

105

April

__

14

Sale

Sale

Qulncy—

1st & ref mtge 3 Vis
1st & ref mtge 2%s
—1st & ref mtge 3s
1st &ref mtge 4%s

1st mtge

J-J

Sale
—

14

106

105%

Chesapeake & Ohio Ry—
36,000

Jan

6

98% Feb 25
91% Jan 14

78% Jan
82
74

Mar

Mar
82
100 % Jan
Mar
60
64 Va Jan
81% Mar
Jan
105
Feb
106

Chadboum Gotham Inc—

35,000
148,000
57,000

9

96"% Jan

106 V8 Feb 19

■-

Feb 25
Jan 14
Mar 25

95"% Mar 12

7

100

7

—;

80% Mar
100
60
60 Va
76 Vi
104
105
98 Va
90 Va

99
105
101

109% Mar

Mar 29

99% Mar

98 % Jan 11
103% Mar 1
101
Mar 25

Mar 25
Mar 5
Mar 25
Mar 12

95% Mar 19
86 Va Mar 13

1
6

__.

86%

86%
96

—

49

95% Mar 12

107%

100%
60%

—

100% 101%

H

——

Mar 25

98% Mar 25

Sale

Sale

■mmmm

Sale

II

109%

96%

Sale

97

-

86%

77
100
54

6

18% Mar 1
51% Mar 29
97
Mar 18

93%
85%

J-J
M-S
J-D

102 % Mar

106
Feb 26
87
Mar 27
104 Va Jan 28

46

Sale

47e consol deb (perpetual)—
Caro Clinch & Ohio 4s
1965
Carthage & Adir Ry 4s__1981
Case (J I) Co 3%s debs__1978
5 Vis conv subord debs—1983
Caterpillar Tractor 4Vis 1977
4%s s I debentures
1986
Celanese Corp 3s debs
1965
3 Vis debentures
1976

102% Jan 2
84% Jan 17

4

Mar 27
102% Mar 22
87

Sale

86%

87

105% Mar

92% Jan 17
87 Vi Mar 21
87% Jan
8
109 Va Feb 19

50

85%

1—»•

102% Mar 13
86% Mar 27
102%, Mar 6

85% Jan 29
8
87 Va Jan
2
97 Vi Jan

21
51 %

91 Va

J-D

Feb 27

6
87 Va Mar 21
87 Va Mar 5
106% Mar 7

Mar 5
87% Mar 5
103
Mar 25

46

M-N

—

103%

91

91% Mar

86

105% Jan 18
8

105 Va Jan

49
Sale
Sale

95%

96%

Sale
—

Mar 29
Jan 17

36
19

97

A-O

;
-

91% Mar 22

104

103

101

103%
__

89
Sale

104% Mar 11
104 % Mar 12

Mar 29
Mar 5

103%

J-J

105

92%
88 Va

104
103

Sale

102

96%

Af-N
J-D

105 Va

91%

J-J

'

Sale

104

104%

98 %
105

J-D

Ask

104
—

Sale

California Elec Power 3s—1976
Canadian Pacific Ry—

16,000

Bid

Sale
Price*

104%
84%

Sale

Prices

Closing or

Sale

42%

36
17

May

Prices

Opening or

Sale

84% 85%
103% 104 y8

Prices

Highest

105

102%

Highest

Sale

Lowest
Sale

Lowest

Sale

—

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

-PRICES IN MARCH-

87 Va
88 Ya
105

—

MS
J-D

J-J
J-J

1976

Sale

BONDS

March 29

March 1

103

—

J.J

1980

Burroughs Corp—
4%s conv subord debs 1981
Bush Terminal Building—
A Gen mtge 5s income
1982

615,000

91%
85 %
87%
97 %

J-J

46%
96%

1st mtge 4%s
Brown Shoe Co 3%s debs 1971
Brunswick Corp—
4Vis conv subord debs 1981
Buffalo Niag Elec 2%s
1975

629,000
18.000

104 %
105

A-O

Bristol-Myers Co 3s debs_1968

5,000

M-N
J-D

—

99& Mar 13

99% Mar 13

99 Vi Jan 17

100
Feb 18
99% Feb 18

99% Mar 12

99% Mar 12

99% Feb

4

100

100% Mar

4

106% Jan 23

85% Feb

1

86% Jan 18

9911 Mar 28

100

Mar

1

Jan

7

Chock Full O'Nuts Corp—

135,000
68,000

19,000

4%s conv subprd debs
1981
Cincinnati Gas & Elec—
2nd mtge 2%s___
1975
1st mtge 2%s
1978
1st mtge 4Vis
1987
Cincinnati Union Term—
1st mtge gtd 3%s ser E_1969
1st mtge 2%s series G
1974

For footnotes, see page 95.




Sale
__

101%
85%
100%

Sale
__

II

103

85%
100 %

Sale

100% Mar

4

86%

85% Mar

6

103

Mar

8

86% Mar 12

II
96%

99%

57

Mar

1

557% Mar

~4

Jan~14

95% Jan 15
86

Jan

15

100%

Feb~U

96 Va Jan 23
87% Mar 4

April, 1963

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

Sales in

New York

Price Jan. 2,
1963

Stock Exchange
BONDS

value

$

Interest Opening or
Period
Bid
Ask

C I T Financial Corp—

90,000
292,000
151,000
229,000
7,000

135,000
12,000

57,000
1,000
5,000
7,000

242,000
8,000
9,000
3,000
91,000

8,000
56,000
15,000
45,000
13,000
8,000
4,000

—

BONDS

PRICES IN MARCHMarch 1

Opening
Bid

or

Ask

March 29

Closing
Bid

or

Lowest
Sale

Prices

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices

Highest
Prices

Ask

Sale

•

3%s debentures
1970
414s debentures
1971
Cities Service 3s s f debs_1977
City Products Corp—

M-S
A-O
J-J

96%
101 Vi
86%

Sale
Sale
87

102
87

97
Sale
Sale

96 Va
101 %
87 Va

Sale
Sale
Sale

96% Mar
101 Va Mar
86% Mar

6
8
6

5s conv subord debs
1982
Cleve Cine Chicago & St L—
General gold 4s
1993
General 5s series B
1993

J-D

105

Sale

108

Sale

107%

Sale

107

Mar

Sale
80

65

67%

65%

Sale

65

Mar

77
77 Vb
55 y4

4

80

1

15

8

80

filar

102% (Mar

1

Ref & impt 4%s ser E_1977
Cine W & M Div 1st 4s_1991
St L Div 1st coll tr 4s
1990
Cleveland Elec Ulum 3s
1970
1st mortgage 3s
1
1982
1st mortgage 2%s
1985
1st mortgage 3%s
1986
1st mortgage 3s
1989
1st mortgage 3%s
1993
1st mortgage 4%s
1994
Colorado Fuel & Iron Corp—
4%s ser A s f conv debs_1977
Columbia Gas System Inc—
3s debentures series A
3s debentures series B
3%s debentures ser C
3Vzs debentures ser D
3%s debentures ser E
3%s debentures ser F
4%s debentures ser G
5s debentures series I
4%s debentures ser J

4%s debentures

K
5V8s debentures ser O
3 Vis conv subord debs
ser

1975
1975

1977
1979
1980

1981
1981
1982

1983
1983
1985
1964

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

62%
76

96%

_

87%

II

80

81%

97
102 »/2 103

__

101%

90

89.

90 y4
92

91%

90%

91%
Sale

93%

94%

90% Mar 20
__

92% 95
94% 96%
103% Sale
104% 105
101% 102%

92%
94%
102%
105

107

103% 105

104

105

105

105%
98%

98%

Mar 28

90% Mar 12
91% Mar 25

91

94
96%

Sale

__

__

80
96
102%

4

88%
90 y4

Sale
92

Sale

83% Mar

86

"4

91 %

89%
89%
89%
9iy4
92%
95

104%
97%

102 y2 Mar

90

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

4

82% Mar 18

82%

M-S

102% Mar

Sale

Sale

103% 105%
100
100%
101% 104%

87% Mar 11
80% Mar 13

83

81

104

87% Mar 11
80% Mar 7

—

Sale

J-J

93
96 y4

92%
80%
77%

95%

72 %
82
78

^78%

5

94%

80%

2

93% Mar

II

80%

66

92% Mar 18

Mar 22

81

93%

2

56
81

87%

Sale

80
94% 95 %
101
102%

62% Jan

72% Jan

93%

80%
93 Vi

110

5

—

Sale

2

6

93%
80%

Sale

59
81
93

Jan

Mar

57

76%

59
85

98% Jan 28
102% Jan 17
87% Mar 11

78% Mar

76% Mar

Sale

53%

6
3
3

60

Sale
59

72%

96% Mar
101
Jan
86% Jan
105

97

81

90% Mar 20
90

Mar

90% Mar 12
92% Mar 5

5

95

104
105

Mar
Mar
Mar

101%
104%
105%
98 y2

Mar 5
Mar 13
Mar 25
Mar 7

95

Mar

Mar 5
101%, Mar 11
103% Mar 19
105% Mar 4
98% Mar 7
105

Jan

89 V2 Jan
Mar
89
89% Jan
91% Jan
92% Jan
94% Feb
102% Mar
103% Feb

2

102% Mar 29

Jan 22
Jan 21
Feb 18
Jan 22
Jan 15
Jan 14
Jan 11
Jan 14
Feb
1

5
5
5

99%
103%
104%
98%

2
2
28
14
2
1-*
23

29
14

Jan 24
Feb 11
2
Jan
8
Jan

Mar

7

Mar 13

Mar
Feb
Feb
Jan
80% Feb
78 % Jan
Jan
88
80% Mar
Feb
97
103 Vi Feb

60
85
94

6
14
20

18
J)
28
29
13
5
8

84% Jan 25
91
90

90%
92%
93%
96%

Feb
Jan
Feb
Mar
Jan
Jan

104% Jan
105 Va Jan
102% Feb
104% Feb
105% Mar
98% Jan

26
17
13
5
28
29
7
15
28
1
25
29

Columbus & Sou-Ohio Elec—

12,000

1st mortgage 3%s

M-S

1st
1st

M-N
A-O

247,000

1970
mortgage 3%s
1983
mortgage 3%s
1986
1st mortgage 4%s
1987
Combustion Engineering Inc—
3%s conv subord debs 1981

73,000

Commonwealth-Edison Co—
1st mortgage 3s ser L 1977

16,000

_

6,000
5,000

1st

3s

mortgage 3s ser N

1978

f debentures
s f debentures

1999
1999

s

2%s

27/as s f debentures
2001
Consolidated Edison Co N V—
1st & refunding mortgage

34,000
1,000
42,000

2%s
25/as
2%s
3s
3s

-

100%

Sale

103%

102

102

104

100% Jan

88%

Sale
87%
80

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

77
72 Va

—

A-O

76

80%
83%
90%

80%
83%

F-A

85 '/a

13,000

1981
1981

M-N

88%

12,000
16,000
46,000
20,000

3%s
3%s
3%s
3%s

1982
1983

M-S
F-A

89

1984
1985

J-J
J-D

8,000
57,000

4%s series M

M-N
A-O

44,000

5s

series N

1986
1986
1987

68,000
94,000

4s

series O

1988

93,000

4%s series W

63,000
30,000
20,000

__1991
1992
1992

3s conv debentures
1963
Consolidated Electrodynamics
,i4Vis conv subord debs—1984
Consol G E L & P (Bait)—

1st ref M 2%s ser T—1976
1st ref M 2%s ser U_1981
1st ref M 2%s ser X_1986
Consolidated

Natural

A-O
J-D
J-D

J-D

debentures

4%s debentures
5s
debentures
4%s debentures
434s s f debens
4Vis debenturesConsumers Power 2%s
Conv debentures 4%s
1st mortgage 4%s
1st mortgage 4%s
1st mortgage 4%s

15,000

14,000
4,000
62,000

1983
1985
1986
1986

1987
1975
1975
1987
1988

mortgage 4%s

4V2S debentures
1991
Copperweld Steel Co—
5s conv subord debs
1979
Corn Products Co 4%s
1983
Crowell Collier Publishing—
4V2s conv subord debs
1981

Crucible Stl 1st mtge 3 %s_1966
A Curtis Publishing Co 6s_1986
Daystrom Inc 5Vis
1980
Dayton Power & Light—
1st mortgage 2%s
1975
1st mortgage 3s
1978
mortgage 3s ser A

1st mortgage 3 Vis
1st mortgage 3s
1st mortgage 5s
1st mortgage 5Vas
Dayton Union Ry 3Vis
Deere & Co 2%s debs
3Vis debentures
4Vis

subord

debs

For footnotes, see page 95.




1982

1989
1990
1st mortgage 4%s
1991
Continen Baking 3s debs_1965
4%s conv subord debs_1983
Contin Can 3%s debs
1976
45/as debentures
1985
Continental Oil Corp 3s__1984

1st

4,000

90%

86 Vi

Sale
89%
90%
89

Sale
99%
Sale

Sale

88

Sale

88%
90
87 Va
87 y8

87% Mar

1

88% Mar 29

82%

79% Mar 8
72% Mar 19

79% Mar~~8
72% Mar 19

__

82%
83 %
89%
91%
86%

84%
88 V*

85%

89%

90%

91

88 y4

87%
87%

88%

91 y4
101%
106 V4
Sale
97%
106% 106%
104
105

88%

100
101
104% 105%
97

107%

98%
Sale

80% Mar

6

82% Mar
89

7
Mar 15

90% Mar 15
85% Mar 13
84% Mar 15
87% Mar 7
89
Mar 12
90
Mar 5
87 V* Mar 14
87% Mar 14
90% Mar 26

100% Mar 18
105 % Mar 19
97
106

Mar 27
Mar 5

104% Mar

104 Vi
107
104 Ya 105 Va

3 04 % Mar

105

104% Mar 4

J-D

103%

Sale

104% 106

103

4
Mar 18

82
Mar
82 % Mar
90% Mar
91% Mar
Mar
86
85
Mar

105

105%

104

J-J

85%

A-O
J-J

82%

A-O
M-N

93%

__

86%

83%

83

78%

87%

105 %
102% Sale
102% Sale

1U2

Mar

102% Mar

8

4
5

76

Jan

82

Mar 25

Mar 15

8

82% Jan 28
90% Feb 21
Jan 25

8

92

84%
87%
88%
90
87%
87%

Mar 15
Jan 21

85% Jan 24

Feb 11
Mar 5

7
89% Jan
91% Feb 13

Feb 25
Feb 11
90% Mar 26

87% Mar 14
90% Mar 26
101% Mar 8
106 % Mar 4

100% Mar 18
105 Ya Jan
3
96% Jan
3
7-05% Jan 23
104% Mar 4
3
106% Jan
104% Mar 8
104 Vi Mar 4
1
101
Feb
4
101% Jan

98% Mar 7
107 y2 Mar 26
105 % Mar 20
107% Mar 6
104% Mar 8
Mar 13
105

Mar
103
102% Mar

9

1
8

86% Jan
89

89

Feb

Jan

3
15

14

88% Jan 15
7
92% Feb
102% Jan 4
106% Jan 14
99% Jan 11
107% Mar 26
105% Jan
8
4
107% Feb
106% Jan 14
9
105% Jan
103
Jan 15
102% Mar 8

328

Sale

103

Mar 29

105% Mar

2

328

Jan

2

103

4

Jan

Mar 29

107

Jan

8

S»

86%

87

83
__

107

Jan

89% Jan 4
87% Feb
1
79% Feb
5
72% Mar 19

89

Mar 12
Mar 12
Mar

107

90% Jan 3
85% Jan 11

14
88% Mar 27

88

Jan" 16

80% Jan 14
82% Mar 7

25
7
5
12
14

89
91

2

101%

87% Feb 19
86% Jan 28
78% Jan 18
72% Jan 8
8
76
Jan

__

88%

85%

—

Sale

330

J-D
M-S

15,000

91%'

330

1982

4,000
147,000

80%
82 V*
88%

Sale

F-A

271,000

83%

Sale

J-D

239,000
31,000

81

82 y4

Sale

1978

4,000

80%

102
328

debentures4%s debentures

15,000

=11

6

Jan"30

Jan 30
86% Jan 24

95

71%

86% Mar 8
83
Mar 20

87 Vb Mar 22
84
Mar 18

86Ya Feb
1
83
Feb 21

87 Ya Mar 22
84
Mar 18

94% Mar 18
91 y4 Mar 6
87
Mar 14

94% Mar 18

91% Mar 8
87% Mar 21

94 Ya
91
87
85%

103% Mar 21

92% Feb 28
87% Mar 21
85% Jan
7

103% Mar 21

__

Gas—

3s

6,000
116,000

72%
73 %

102%

1976
1979

15,000
7,000
85,000

79

__

J-D

1968

1st

97
106 %
105

__

Mar 27

Mar

103%

88

90%
91 Va

__

101% 102%
105 y4

75%

88%

A-O
J-D

3 Vis debentures
3Ves debentures

66,000
395,000
14,000
9,000
35,000

Sale
_

107%
104 Va 105%
104
105%
102% Sale
102% 102%

10,000
9,000

10,000
16,000
28,000
26,000
20,000

88%
90%

88

72 %

106%

23As debentures

5s

90%

J-D
J-D
M-N

10,000

3,000

88

Sale

78

86 Va

3s
series F
314s series G

4%s series U
4%s series V__:

93% Jan
4
88% Jan 24

J-D

85

35,000
80,000

5

100%

J-J

1990
1990
1991

94% Mar

101% Mar21

1979

43,000
21,000
15,000

5

100% Mar 22

series E

1989

Mar

100% 101 %

1972

5yas series F
4%s series R
5s
series S
4%s series T_.

94

100 % 101%

series D__

3%s series Ij_

96

II

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

series H
series I
series J
series K

94

101%

1982
1977
1972

20,000
17,000

96

M-S

series A
series B
series C

29,000

94
86

90%
85%
85%
103%

94 Vi

__

91%
85%

—

__

85 Vi

__

F-A
F-A
F-A

Af-N
Jf-S

104% 105
102
104%

106

87%

Sale

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

146% Sale
104%
Sale
102% 104

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

104

103% 104%
97%
104

91%

Sale
—

J-D
A-O

A-O
J-J

1978

M-S

84%

Sale

Sale
__

.

86%

101% 104

104'% 105%
101% 101%
102% 104%

87%
Sale
Sale

102% 103%
103% 104%

10iy8 Mar 26
104 % Mar 5
101

Mar

7

102% Mar 28
102% Mar 15

87% Mar 26
142%
104%
103%
104%

Mar 4
Mar 12
Mar 6
Mar 8

101 Ya Mar 26
105% Mar 20
102% Mar 20
103% Mar 7
103% Mar 4

__

86
104

105

98%
105

_

103

105%
90

93%
73 y8
103%

85%

86

Sale

92%
103% 104%
86

Sale
Sale
Sale

99%

79%

87

105

104% Mar

8

98% Mar 25
104

Mar 6
92% Mar 15
104
Mar 7
86% Mar 15
Mar 12
104

7<U% Mar

4
4

102% Mar 15

88% Mar 18
152% Mar 29

87% Jan 25
142%
104y4
103%
103%
102%
104%

104% Mar 13
103% Mar 6
104% Mar 8

102%
105

Feb
6
Jan 14
Mar 14
Jan
7
103% Mar 21
104% Feb
7
101 Va Mar 23
104% Mar
5
101
Feb 15
102% Mar 23

__

105

87%

103% 106
92 y4
103% 104

103

103
106

152%
104%

104%
103% 105%
103% 104%

95%
93%
78%

87
85%

__

92%

Sale

101 Vi 102%
105
105y2

99
95

91%

105
99
105

Mar" 14
Mar 14
Mar 28

96%

103%
91%

92% Mar 15
104% Mar 18
86% Mar 15
104

103%

Mar 4
2
Jan
Jan 17
3
Jan
Feb 27
Mar R
Feb 11
6
Feb
7
Jan
Jan 31
4
Jan

85%
103% Jan

Mar 12

2

103% Mar 27

100% Feb

8

105 Ya Mar

5

105

7

93% Mar

95% Mar
93% Mar

1
1

73

82

Mar

86% Mar

—

105

92

90

95
Sale

Mar

Mar 26

1
Mar 21

Jan

94% Mar 18

106

Jan 14

106% Jan 29
102% Jan 25
7
106% Jan
Jan
Jan

22

104% Jan

9

103
105

4

88% Jan 14
153% Jan 22
7
104% Jan
103% Mar 6
104% Mar 8
102% Feb 27
105
Feb 13
99
Mar 14
106
Jan 22
92% Feb 15

104% Mar 18
86% Mar 15
104% Jan 23
103 y4 Mar 27
Jan
9

106

Feb

6

99% Jan
4
93% Feb 13

7

66% Jan

2

82% Feb 14

7

85 Vi Jan 15

86% Jan 17

.

90
93

Mar 26

__

„

85% Mar 22

__

J-D

1982
1984
1987

102%

II

94%

Sale

__

100% 102
104% 105
96%

87%
144

97

85%

92%
66%

—

__

103%

A-O

101% 102%
103 V*
103
104%

102
104

Af-N

M-N
A-O
A-O

106
101 Va 102
104% 106

II

A-O
M-N

__

—

103% 105

—

Sale
101% 102 V*
105% 106 %
101
102%

M-S

__

92%

1990

1965
1965
1977
1983

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

A-O

84

86%

84
103% 104%
104%
83

__

97%

H

J-J
F-A

83%

88
_

104

104%

__

98
98%
89%
101% 102%
__

100

100%

87
79
104
105

87%

87

85%

"98% ~99y8
100
102
96 y4 96%

M~ar"l2

Mar" 15

87

Mar" 12

87

Mar 12

88

Jan 30

98

Mar

100% Mar

8
6

104% Mar

4

~4

99 Vs Mar 25
101 y2 Mar

~4

193%

Mar" 15

104»

103%

Jan

3

97% Jan

9

99y8 Mar 25

7
3

89% Feb
8
102% Feb 21

87
100

Jan
Jan

104% Mar
104% Jan

3

10

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

Sales in
March
Value

Stock Exchange

$

BONDS

New York

Price Jan. 2,
1963

Delaware & Hud 4s ext
1963
Delaware Lack & West RR Co
N Y Lack & Western dlv
1st & ref M 5s ser C-1973
A Income mtge due
1993
Morris & Essex division
Coll trust 4-6s May 1 2042

65,000
2,000
107,000

Af-N

Af-N

Opening

Closing

Bid

Bid

or
Ask

Sale
Prices

Sale

or

Prices

Ask

9974

99%

Safe

99% Mar

—

55

1614

2614

63
Sale

55
21

59%
26%

26% Mar

Sale

38%

51%

49

Sale

43%

May

51%
11%

Af-N

31%

Sale

40

Af-N

42%

Af-N

37

44%
Sale

44

Delaware Pwr & Lt 3s_
1973
1st mtge <fc coll tr 3VaS_1977

A-O
3-D
J -J

88%

90

88

M-S
Af-N
tf-D

79%

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices

Highest

99%

Sale

100

1st M & coll -tr 5s.
1985
1st M & coll tr 414s B_'85

119,000

BONDS

-PRICES IN MARCH
March 29
Lowest

March 1

Interest Opening or
Period
Bid
Ask

—

2

4

100

Mar 27

99% Feb 14

100

Mar 12
1

62

Mar 12

55

26% Mar

1

13

Jan
8
Jan 11

63
27

Sale

3814 Mar 29

42

Mar

5

31% Jan

2

43% Feb 15

Sale
47

49
43

Mar 29
Mar 25

49

Mar 29

43% Jan
37
Jan

4
2

54% Feb 12
47% Feb 13

Jan

Feb 15
Feb 18

II

62

Pennsylvania division
4,000

26,000

1st mtge
2%s 1st
1st mtge
1st mtge

& coll tr 2%s_1579

mtge & coll tr.1980
& coll tr 354^-1984

& coll tr 3'/2s_1985
mtge & coll tr 3%s_1988

1st

J-D

Denver & Rio Gr West—
1st mtge ser A (3% fixed

24,000

"94% ~96

44% Mar

4

94%

96

Jan 30

87

Jan

30

94% Feb 26

96

Feb

1

87% Mar 18

90% Mar

87

88

94%

__

1% contingent int)
1993
mtge series A (4 %%

J-J

89

90%

89

91

89

90

87 % Mar 18

90% Mar

contingent interest)

April

80 <4

88

88%

92

89 %

Sale

88% Mar

6

89% Mar 15

87

8

89 % Mar 15

J- J

85%

85% Mar 19

85% Mar 19

85% Mar 19

85 % Mar 19

3-D
M-S
Af-S
M-N
F-A
M-S
M-S
M-N

92%
81%
79%
90%

93 % Mar 26
80% Mar 1

93 % Mar
80 % Mar

92
Jan 18
80 V* Mar 1

93% Jan 10
81% Jan
2

91

91% Mar 15

Inc

21,000

2018

Denver & Salt Lake—
Inc mortgage (3%
fixed

2,000

1%

contingent int)

1993

Detroit EdisonGen & ref 3s
ser H
1970
Gen & ref 2%s ser I
1982
Gen & ref M 2%s ser J_1985
Gen & ref 3%s ser K
1976
3'As conv debentures
1969
3%s conv debentures
1971
Gen <fe ref M 2%s ser N-1984
Gen & ref 3lAs ser O
1980
Detroit & Mackinac Ry—
1st lien 4s
1995
ASecond gold 4s
1995
Detroit Toledo & Ironton RR
2%s series B
1976
Diamond Gardner 4s debs_1983

66,000
8,000

.

27~000

4] 000
5,000
2,000
1,000

85%

__

Sale
Sale

85 %

92%
80%

93%
Sale

91%

II

92%
80%
78%

—

92

240
190
81

87%

80%

Sale
81%

72%
71

Af-S
A-O

95%

96%

1977
1978

F-A
A-O

74%
94

77
Sale

1982

J-J

126

Sale

125

1977

Af-S
F-A
A-O

97
85

Sale
85%
92%

98
84

72%

__

75

72%

71

74

210

Mar" 14

81% Mar 18
88% Mar 21

71

90%

Jan

Jan

8

208
80

Jan
7
Feb 11
87% Feb 11

72% Jan 18

92%

5

Jan~30

Mar 14
81% Jan 29
89% Feb
1

210

71

Mar 27

72% Jan 18
71
Mar 27

95

Jan 24

96% Jan

74
94

Jan
Jan

4
2

78

94% Mar 12

1

132% Mar 26

124

Jan

3

140% Jan 18

96 y2 Feb
84
Feb

7
6

99% Mar 21
86
Jan 10

73%

71

74

7

71

88%

J-D

Mar

81% Mar 18
88"% Mar 21

82

__

J-D

Mar 20

208

81%

__

7
1

80

91
250,
208

248
200

82%

__

5

Mar 27

Mar 27

74

97%

97%

4

Douglas Aircraft Co Inc—
232,000

4s conv subord debs
5s s f debentures
Dow Chemical Co—
3s conv subord debs
Dresser Industries Inc—
4 VaS conv subord debs

162,000

389,000
190,000

60,000

Duquesne Lt 1st mtge 2%s_'77
1st mortgage 2%s
1979
1st
1st
1st

mortgage 2%s
mortgage 3y»s_
mortgage 3%s

1980
1982
1983

J-J
A-O

3%s
1988
1st mortgage 414s
1939
5s s f debentures
2010
Eastern Stainless Steel Corp—

A-O
Af-S

1st mortgage
1st mortgage
1st' mortgage

71,000
5,000
2,000

389,000
101,000

1st cons

24,000
43,000
283,000

8,000

.

46,000

tFlorida East Coast—
A 1st mtge 5s series A_2011
2nd mortgage 514s conv

143.000

247,000

income series A
2011
Food Fair Stores Inc—
4s conv subord debs
1979
Foremost Dairies 414s
1980
Fort Worth & Denver Ry Co—
1st mortgage 4%s
1982

156,000
16,000

Gardner-Denver Co—
414s conv subord debs

72,000

Gen

231,000

236,000
132,000
740,000
276,000
25,000
232.000
215,000
161,000

83,000
215.000

78,000

9,000
20,000
17,000

'

75%
94%

Sale
Sale

Sale

131%

Sale

99%
.84%

Sale

97% Mar 15

99% Mar 21

84%

84

85

99

84%

1976

91%

87%

90%

93%

94

99

88

106

Oil Co of Texas—
4%s conv subord debs
1984
Gen Amer Transportation—
4s conv subord debs
1981
General Cigar Co—
514 s cum inc sub debs__1987
Gen Electric 3%s debs
1976
General Foods Corp 3%s_1976

General Motors Accept Corp—
2%s debentures
1964
3s
debentures
1969
314s debentures
_1972
3%s debentures
1975
5s
debentures
1977
4s
debentures
1979
5s
debentures
1980
5s
debentures
1981
4%s debentures
—1982
4%s debentures
1983
Gen Motors Corp 314s—1979
General Shoe 3.30s debs
1980
General Telephone Corp—
4s conv debentures
1971
414s conv debentures
1977
General Time Corp—
4%s conv subord debs
1979
General Tire & Rub 4%s_1981
Gimbel Brothers Inc 5s
1981
Glidden Co 4%s debs
1983
Goodrich (B F) Co 2%s__1965
4%s s f debentures
1985

125

106%

J-J
F-A
Af-S

100%
107%
—

__

—

106

104

90%

A-O

101

A-O

__

101

Sale

1021/2JL93,/4

__

90%
102 Ya
101

13

A-O

80%

J-J

34

J-J

33%

A-O
A-O

12%
71%

M-S
A-O

Af-N

__

s

>1.

A-O

I"

.

-'•*

Sale
Sale

38

38%

Sale
Sale
Sale

16%

104

103%

—

—

103%

__

1021/2 103
77

J-J

32%

33%

36%

A-O
J-J

94

Sale

91%

94%

98 y2
93

94%

85

__

A-O

129

Af-N

112

Af-N

165

J-D
Af-N
J-J

103% 104
94 %
Sale
92 %

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

Sale
98%
93% 94%
Sale
94%
Sale
93%
Sale
105%
Sale
97%
Sale
106%
106 % 107

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

89

101%
104 V*
103

97%
103%

'•

•

101% Mar 27
108

103

Mar 1
Mar 28

90 % Mar 13
102 y8 Mar 22

103
108

78%

Sale
'

•—

Sale
Sale
Sale

110%

95%
92%

98%
94 %

Mar 6
Mar 1
Mar 28

103
90% Mar 13
102 Ya Mar 22

3
4

103% Jan

103
90 y2
101
101

Mar 28
Mar 13

108

Mar

103

Mar

90% Mar
102 % Mar

101

22% Mar 4
88 Vi Mar 28

13
Jan
80 y2 Jan

2
2

38
Mar 27
36y2 Mar 27

39% Mar
39% Mar

2
2

15 Ya Mar 27

18% Mar

34
Jan
33 y2 Jan
12% Tan
76
Feb

17y2 Mar 27

Sale
39
39
Sale

86

37
36%
15%

Mar

8

__

—

7
5
5

__

____

Jan

9
1
28
13
22
4

91%
103

88%
41%
41%
19%
76

14
Mar 28
Feb 19
Feb 14
Feb 11
Feb
6

5

103% Mar 15

102% Jan 29

103% Mar 15

108

Mar

4

102

Mar 26

112% Mar 6
102
Mar 26

105% Jan 16
101
Jan 11

114
102

bay< jan

Sale

2
6

24 % Feb

102% Mar

91% Mar 4
102
Mar 12

91% Mar
103
Mar

24

Feb

19

Mar 26
Jan

24

91 y2 Feb

25

aa

74

4

90

Jan

7

4

102

Jan

11

77 % Mar 22

72% Jan

2

79

Feb

30% Feb 12

40

Feb 18

103 % Jan 31

Sale

75

Sale

34%

36%

34% Mar 22

39

Sale

98
94

Sale

98
93

Mar 29
Mar 21

99% Mar 13
93 y2 Mar 7

129%

129

Mar 28

130% Mar 28

128

Feb 20

133

Feb

13

Sale

108

Mar 14

111

108

Mar 14

114

Jan

3

170

Feb

1

170

Feb

1

102
Feb
94 % Jan

8
2
9

105 Ve Jan
96
Feb

24

130
Sale

Mar 29

Mar

4

122

110%

Mar

4

175
104

95%
__

Sale
lale

Sale
95%
Sale
94%
105% 106 %
97 %
Sale
Sale
105%
106 % 106%
Sale
104%
104
Sale
Sale
93%
104% 105 %

102% 103%
95%
Sale
93%
__

99%
94
95

93%
106 %
97%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
105%
Sale
106% 106%
103% 104
103% 103%
93 % 93%
82 %

102
95

Mar 22
Mar
8
92% Mar 4

98%
93"%
94%
93%
105%
97

104%
106 %
103 %

Mar 1
Mar 20
Mar 28
Mar 26
Mar 4
Mar 1
Mar 4
Mar 6
Mar 27
Mar 26

103%
93 y4 Mar 20

Sale
Sale

146
152

Mar 19
Mar 19

Sale

88
89 y2
101%
104 V*
;
103 y4 104%

90
101%

Sale

87

Mar 18

103

Mar 25

__

97%

98y2

104%

Sale

93% Jan
91% Jan

3
3

101
Feb
93 y2 Mar

15

4

7

85

154

98%

Jan

107% Feb

4

150%

—

101

2

Sale
Sale

Sale

106% Jan 11

Jan

149
154

—

4

Jan

—

Sale
Sale

__

Jan

75

160
103

Feb 15
Feb 19

94
100

104

;;

Sale

85
122

__

146
148%

-

00-/4

_

Sale

104
91%
82%

h

12

99%. Jan 23

:'

—

•

18%

110% 113 %
102
103%

91%

102

104

r'/.-

'

87

108
__

14
6

•

103%

114

Jan

95% Feb

im

93 y2 Feb

^

—

103% 104

00 74

90

—

72%

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

Mar 22

'

__

J-J

Af-N

Sale

101

20
Sale
87 y4 -Sale"

J-J
Af-N

__

90%
102 Yb 103%

i

Sale
Sale
Sale

106% 109%
—

Sale
■■

103
■

'•

Apr

107%

.

;

—

102

Sale

108
103

4

■

.

.

M-N

Mar 19

Mar

11

93%
100%

„

Mar

77

90%

95
100

Af-S

88

90%

'

75 Ye Mar 25
94
Mar 1

93

Amer

For footnotes, see page 95




E_'64

Fansteel Metallurgical Corp—
4%s conv subord debs
1976
Federal Paper Board 5s
1981
Firestone Tire & Rubber—
2%s debentures
1972
314s debentures
1977
Flintkote Co 414 s conv—_ 1980

10,000

52,000
270,000

ser

Family Finance Corp 5s__1981

44,000

916,000

mtge 314s

1st cons mtge 3 Vis ser F_'90
1st cons M 314s ser G-2000
A 5s income deb
Jan 1 2020
Ohio Div 1st M 3%s___1971

25,000

27,000
172,000
6,000

3VaS
3Vas

5s conv subord debs
1973
Ed El 111 N Y 1st cons 5s_1995
Ekco Products 4.60s
1987
Elgin Jol & East 314s A—1970
El Paso & SW 1st & ref 5s_'65
5s stamped
1965
Erie Railroad Co—
AGen M inc 414s A Jan 2015

2,000
7,000

Sale
Sale

F-A
M-S
M-S

1984
1986

76 y4
94 y8

104

Mar 14

95% Mar 29
93% Mar 22
99%
94 y2
95%
94%
106%
97%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
106% Mar
106y2 Mar
104% Mar
104 y4 Mar

94y4

1
11
15
8
5
7
20

11
7
8
Mar 6

153% Mar
156% Mar

98%
93%
94%
93%
105%
97

Jan
2
Mar 20
Mar 28
Jan
2

Jan 24
Mar

1

104% Feb 28
4
105% Feb
103 y4 Mar 27
103% Jan 18

91 y4 Jan

8
7

144

Mar 28

87

103% Mar 5
98% Mar 14
105 y4 Mar 15

7

103

90

1

93% Mar 22
99% Feb 14
5
95% Feb
96

95%
106%
98%
106%
106%
104%
104%
94%

Jan
9
Jan 18
Feb 18
Jan 18
Jan
2
Jan
3
Mar 7
3
Jan
Mar 6

Jan

2

148% Jan

2

159% Feb 13
162% Feb 13

Mar 18

91% Jan 28

__

105

103

92% Jan

1041/4
97% 105
104 % 105 y4

97% Mar 5
104% Mar 25

104 y4 Jan 31
Jan
2

97% Jan 24
103% Jan

3

104 y4

Jan~31

103% Mar 5
98% Jan 22
105 y4 Mar 15

April, 1963
Sales in
March

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

New York
Stock Exchange

Value

Price Jan. 2,
1963
Interest Opening or
Period
Bid
Ask

BONDS
605,000
234,000
14,000
12,000
29,000

44,000
4,000
24,000
8,000
644,000

3,000
101,000

138^000

Grace (W R) & Co—
3y2s conv subord debs

1975
Grand Union Co—
4V8S conv subord debs
1978
Grant (W T) Co 4%s
1987
Great Northern Ry—
Gen mtge 5s series C—1973
Gen mtge 4%s ser D__1976
Gen mtge 3 Vis ser N
1990
Gen mtge 3Vis ser O
2000
Gen mtge 2%s ser P
1982
Gen mtge 2%s ser Q
2010
Great Western Financial—
5s conv subord debs
1974
Gulf Mobile & Ohio RR—
Gen M inc 5s A
July 2015
Gen M inc 4s B—Jan 2044
1st & ref 3%s ser G
1980
A5s inc debs ser A
__2056
Gulf States Util 2%s

4,000

1976
1978
1969

1st mortgage 3s
3s debentures1st mortgage 2%s
1st mortgage 2%s

1st
1st
1st

1979
1980
1981
1982
1983

mortgage 3%s
mortgage 3Vis
mortgage 3%s

4Vis

conv

j.j
J- J

96%
__

Sale

Sale
104%

105
100

J-D

142 y2

Sale

Apr
Apr

78%

82%
65%

Af-N
J-D

86%

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

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

1981

subord debs

166

J-J
J -J
J-J
J- J
J- J
J- J

1976

Hackensack Water 2%s
Haloid Xerox Corp— •

255,000

M-N

Af-N

-73%
68
71 y2

55%

65
73

Sale
103

Sale
__

—

__

Sale

4s

128,000
5,000
5,000
11,000
34,000
19,000
30,000

8~000
58,000

625,000
63,000

3,000
1,000

6~000

conv

subord

debs

1970

Hocking Valley 1st 4%s

1999

Hooker Chemical Corp—
5s conv subord debs

1974

1984

1st

mtge 3 Vis series G—.1980

1st

mtge 3%s series H

3 Vis s f debentures

1989
,-1980

-

Sale

56%

—

Sale

135

83
70
86 Va
80%

1

168% Mar 28

153»/2 Mar

1

173

Sale

97%

153'/2 Mar

96% Mar 4
104y8 Mar 19

98% Mar 8
104% Mar 13

95
Jan
104 y8 Mar

7

19

99% Jan 16
104% Jan
3

105% Mar 26
101% Mar 8

105
100

134

Feb 28

Jan 15

__

■

Sale

—■ —-

—

Jan 18

73% Mar
56% Mar

4

106% Mar 13
103
Mar 18
76% Mar 18
71
Mar 8
75% Mar 26
57 Va Mar 22

134y8 Mar

1

152% Mar 28

Mar 21
Mar 27

84 y2 Mar 26

81

71% Mar

65% Jan

2

71% Mar

Jan

2

84

Feb~15

92% Jan 16

93

Jan

79 % Jan

75%
57%

—

148

Sale

84%

69%
86y8

Sale

79% Jan 14

75

Mar

71

82

86
71

Sale

Prices

Sale

71

"

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices

Highest

Mar

82
69

8
8
8

6

Jan
Jan

2
3

73% Jan

2

106% Feb 25
103

Jan 24

76%
71%
75%
57 Va

68
Jan
3
71 % Jan 22
56 Va Jan
4

Mar
Feb
Mar
Mar

18
15
26

22

152% Mar 28
85

Feb

6

6

__

Sale

78
85%

77% Mar 28

82

92 % Mar 25

78

92 % Mar 25

87%

92%

Mar 22

73

15

—

84

—

84
—

—

79 Vi
167
—

95 y4

90%

mtge 3%s ser C
mtge 3%s ser F

74 Va
70
74

83%

J-J

Cons

101% 103

11

79

Household Finance 2%s__1970
4Vis debentures
1968
4s
s f debentures
1978
4%s s f debentures
1977
45/as s f debentures
1984
5s
s f debentures
1982
4%s s f debentures
1981
4%s debentures
1987
Hunt Foods & Industries—
4%s conv subord debs
1986

115

Sale

—

120

94%
_

J-J

104
__

101%

Sale

161 y2

101

105%

97 v* 101

116

Sale

93%

92

88

91%

91%

92%

91 y4
100

92%

97%

98%

Sale

103 Va 104
104 y8

115

1

Sale

103%

Sale

104
103 %

Mar

91% Mar 25

92

91% Mar 21
Mar

1

97% Mar 15
103% Mar 11
103 Va Mar 28

Sale

Mar 6
100% Mar 27

Mar 29

98% Mar 11
117

104

101 Va

171

7

100

100
99

104
105
101 y4
Sale

Mar 26
Mar

7

91% Mar 21

152

14

Jan 24

172

*98% Mar"ll

115

118% Jan 17

Mar

7

Jan 16

87

94

104y8 Mar 14
104

Mar

Jan 25

91% Feb

90% Jan

6
101% Mar 12

Mar 26
Mar 29
103% Mar 8

7

~95%~Jan~15

3
Jan 17
Jan
3
Feb
7
Jan
8
Jan 14
103% Jan 28
3
100% Jan

101
99

Jan

100
97 y4
102
103
104

101
99

8
Mar 26
Jan 31
Mar 8

103%
104 Va Mar 14
Jan 14
Feb 11
101% Mar 12

104
104

Sale

99

Sale

99%

Sale

98% Mar

7

100y4 Mar 14

98% Feb 27

Sale

81%
86 Va

82
Sale

81% Mar 4
86 Va Mar 27

82% Mar 22
86 y2 Mar 27

85% Feb 12

87

86

86

86

86
Mar 18
85% Feb 20
86% Jan
2

82%

81%

87

86

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

85 Va
85 Va

—

F-A
M-S

79
74%

J- J

79 Va

86%
82

161% Mar

98% Mar 11

107

Sale

116%

86

—

Sale

169
252
99

—

96% 97 y4
102% Sale
102%103 %

_

79%

79 Ya

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

J-J
J-D

167%

105%
101% 102%
75% 77

106

92%

87

J-J

Sale

BONDS

-PRICES IN MARCHMarch 29
Lowest
+,
Sale
Closing or
* Bid
Ask
Prices

104%

92

J -J

Illinois Bell Tel 2%s ser A_'81
1st mtge 3s series B
1978
Illinois Central RR—
Cons mortgage 3%s A
1979
Cons mortgage 3%s B
1979

97%

34%

M-S

J-J
J-J

Sale

78

1984
Hotel Corp of America—
6s conv coll tr debs
1972

Cons

4,000

J-J
J -J

154

84%

Nertz Corporation—

f.OOO

March 1
Opening or
Bid
Ask

—

—

Sale

85%
85 Va
86 y8

85 Va
85 Va
86 %

82

—

Mar" 18

Mar 18

86% Mar

li

82

_____

79%
—

86 V2

Mar 18

75%
79 y8

—■

Mar 18

85% Feb 20
86 y2 Jan
2

Feb
74% Jan

79 Va Mar 14

79 Va Mar 14

Jan 11

82% Mar 22

Feb 13

"79%

79%

75 y2
79 Va

81

104

Jan

8

79% Feb" 6
75% Feb 13

6

8
79 y8 Mar 14

79y8 Mar 14

Indianapolis Union Ry Co—
2 Vis
Inland

5,000
3,000
10,000

39,d00
27,000

series C
Steel Co—

1986

J-D

314s conv debentures
1st mtge 3.20s series I
1st mtge 3Vis series J
1st mtge 4%s series K

1972

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

1982
1981
1987

1st mtge 4Vis series L—1989

175

87%

—

__

91
102 %

180

87%

202
94

192

170

Sale
103% 104

7

192

Mar

Mar 25
Mar 15
Mar 12
Mar 15

7

102% Jan

1
10

192

Mar

7

192

Mar 7
88 y2 Mar 25

92%

101% 102
103% Sale

101% Mar 1
103
Mar 13

88 y2
91 y2
102 y4
104

104%

103% Mar 27
104y8 Mar 4

104% Mar 15
104 J/2 Mar 25

103 y2 Jan
103 y2 Feb

1

104% Mar 15
104 y2 Feb
1

106y4 Mar 29

101

Jan

9

106% Mar 29

2

148

94

92

91
102

Sale
102% 104

Mar

88% Mar 25
91% Mar 15

88%

87% Jan 24
91% Mar 15
101 y4 Mar

91% Jan 30
103
104

Feb
Jan

1
14

International Harvester Credit

17,000

4%s debs series A.

1979

M-N

103 Va

104 Vs

103

32,000

4%s debs series B

1981

F-A

104y8

Sale

103% 104 Va

104%

—

82,000

Minerals & Chem—
3.65s sub debs (conv)
1977

J-J

101 y2

Sale

102 y2

.Sale

106%

Sale

102 y2 Mar

87,000

International Silver Co—
5s conv subord debs
1981

F-A

128

Sale

138

Sale

135%

Sale

132 y2 Mar 25

139

Mar

8

128

Jan

60,000

International Tel & Tel—
4%s conv subord debs
1983

M-N

225
234
104y8
Sale

240
103%

Sale

239%

Sale

233

240% Mar

7

233

Mar 21

A-O

Sale

103% 105

F-A

120

118%

Sale

6,000

4s/8s conv subord debs 1981
Interstate Oil Pipe Line—
3Vis s f debs series A—1977
4Vis s f debentures
1987

5,000

Interstate Power Co 3%s_1978

J- J

Internatl

72,000

406,000

4.90s s f debentures
Interstate Dept Stores—

1st mortgage 3s

1987

1980

124

,125

1

Mar 21

103 y4 Mar

Sale

5

104 Va Mar 26

118% Mar

1

126

Mar 27

Jan 25

259% Jan 29

103 y4 Jan 23

104 y4 Jan

118% Mar

126

1

8

Jan 14

*

Af-S
J- J

88

88

88

88

100

101%

100

101%

100%

Sale

100% Mar 29
92% Mar 13

95

Sale

95

Sale

93%

94%

93% Mar 18

86

85

Feb

15

100% Mar 29
92% Mar 13

100% Mar 29
92 Va Mar 13

88 -

Feb

15

101% Jan 16
92 y2 Mar 13

J-J

I T E Circuit Breaker—

26,000

4V4s conv subord debs—1982

A-O

17,000

Jersey Cent P & L 2%s—1976
Joy Manufacturing 3%s
1975
Kanawha & Mich Ry 4s
1990
Kansas City Pr & Lt 2%s_1976
1st mortgage 27/8s
1978

Af-S
Af-S
Af-S
A-O
J-D
J-D

52,000
25,000

1st mortgage 2%s
Kansas City Southern

13,000

1980
Ry—
1st mtge 3 Vis series C
1984
Kansas City Term Ry 2%s_*74
Kentucky Central 1st 4s—1987
Kimberly-Clark Corp 3%s_1983

J-D
A-O

85

_

84

85

—

91%
70 y4
86%

91%
70%
85%
84 y2

89

70%
85
79

80%

86%
—

Kings Co El Lt & Pwr 6s_1997
Koppers Co 1st mtge 3s
1964

A-O
A-O

125%

Lakefront Dock & RR Term Co
1st s f 3%s series A
1968

2,000
40,000

13,000

J-D

2,000

100,000
43,000

48,000
23,000
13,000
105,000
15,000
41,000
15,000
1,000

f debentures

1986

Lake Sh & Mich So 3y2S_1997
Lehigh Valley Coal—
1st & ref 5s stamped 1974
Lehigh Valley Harbor Term—
1st mtge 5s extended
1984
Lehigh Valley Ry Co (N Y)—
1st mtge 4*s extended_1974
Lehigh Valley RR Co—
Gen consol mtge bonds
Ser A 4s
fixed int—2003
Ser B 4%s fixed int__2003
Ser C 5s
fixed int—2003
ASer D 4s
cont int-2003
ASer E 4 Vis cont Int_2003
ASer F 5s
cont int_2003
Lehigh Valley Term Ry 5s_'79
Lexington & Eastern 5s—1965

J-D

99

__

59%

81%
82%
91%

—

Sale

95%

104

'

125%
98%

99 y4

61 Va

91%
62%

91 y8

Sale

90

84%
95%

•

5

Mar

1

93% Mar 18

96

Jan 28

85

Mar

1

84
90

Feb
4
Jan 16

85

Jan

9

91% Fe~b

8

86

Mar 22

85% Mar 14

86 y2 Mar 14
85 y2 Mar 14

81% Mar

82

86

80%

—

82

85% 91%
95% 100
104
105%

s

80%
81%

81
78

J-J
J-J
F-A

4%s

'

79

Mar

95

Mar 22

Mar" 14

85% Mar 14

81
83

82

—

6

Mar 28

'

_

_t

— _

99y4

Jan 14
Jan 30

125 y2 Mar
98% Mar

4
5

61% Mar

4

125% Mar
99

4

Mar 11

b3

Jan 21
30

Jan

li

96ya Feb 18

125% Ma~r~~4
98% Jan 14

125% Mar 4
99% Feb 12

96y8 Feb

-

104

125%
98%

86%

85% Mar 14

911/8
61

65

62% Mar 15

59% Jan

2

98

Jan

8

70% Mar 25

63% Jan

2

71

65% Feb 19

'
.

100%

100

Mar 22

F-A

98

F-A

63%

Sale

68 y4

69%

70 y4

71 y4

69

J-J

61%

63

70

72

69%

70

69% Mar 26

Af-N
Af-N
Af-N

49
51

53 y8
60

Sale
62%
66 V4

53% Mar
59% Mar

35

36%
38%

54
Sale
65
37 y4
40

53%

May
May

49%
54ya
Sale
37%
39%
44

40%

42%

May

58%

36%
40 Va

A-O
A-O

70
101

Sale

1976

J-D

113%

1976

M-S

83%

99%

98

62 y8

72
101

Sale

Sale

114%

Sale

Sale

86%

Sale

59
65

37%
38 y2
42 y4
73%
__

Mar

7

100

Mar 22

100% Feb

5

71

Feb

12

Feb 28

Mar

4

63

Jan

3

71

11

Jan
Jan

4

26
18
28
21
8
29
25

50
54

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar 25

55% Mar
62 y4 Mar
66% Mar
37% Mar
38% Mar
42% Mar
73% Mar
Mar
101

58% Jan

2

36

4

55%
62 y4
66 y4
38%

Sale

113 Ya Mar 22

116% Mar

4

112% Feb 13

Sale

82% Mar 15

86% Mar

1

82% Jan 17

Sale
39%
43
Sale
101

65

36%
38%
41%
72
101

Jan

9

38% Feb 25
41
70
101

Feb 25
Jan
2
Mar

25

Mar
Mar
Mar
Jan
40% Jan
Jan
44
73% Mar
101
Mar

11

26
18
9
28
28
29
25

Libby McNeil & Libby—

538,000

5s conv s f debs

115

117

Jan 25

Ling-Temco-Vought Inc-—
1,845,000

5%s conv subord debs

For footnotes, too pago 95.




84%

87% Feb 20

12

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

s£r,e* ^

New York
Stock Exchange
BONDS

v»inCe
,

Price Jan. 2,
1963
Interest Opening or
Period
Bid
Ask

Lionel (The) Corp—•
5%s conv subord debs_1980

669,000

Litton Industries Inc—
3%s conv subord debs 1987
Lockheed Aircraft Corp—
3.75s conv subord debs_1980
4.50s debentures
1976
Lone Star Gas 4%s
1982

912,000

122,000
19,000
5,000

6,000

4Vis s 1 debentures
1987
Long Island Lighting Co—
1st mtge 3%s ser D
1976

32,000

Lorillard (P) Co 3s debs__1963
3s
debentures
1976

6,000
19,000

3%s debentures
4%s s f debs

24,000

1978
1986

1st & ref M 3%s
1st <te ref M 2%s
1st & ref M 33/4S
1st & ref M 3%s

6,000

148,000
2,000

F_2003
G_2003
ser H_2003
ser I_2003
1987
ser

ser

Coll trust 4%s
St Louis Dlv 2d gold 3s_1980
Louisville Gas & El 2%s__1979

1st

1982

1st

mortgage 3Vss
mortgage 4%s

1984
_1987

1st mortgage 4%s

3,000
5,000

mortgage 3 Vis

1990

1st

,

MacAndrews & Forbes Co—
5s conv subord debs
1987
Mack Trucks Inc 5 Vis
1981.
Macy (R H) & Co 2%s__1972
5s conv subord debs
1977

6,000
60,000
5,000

42,000

Macy Credit Corp 4%s
1981
Maine Central RR 5Vis__1978
Marathon Oil 4%s
;_1987

38,000
166,000
106,000

Martin Co 5%s ex war
1968
May Dpt Stores 2%s debs_'72
3 Vis s f debentures
1978
3 Vis s f debentures
1980

14,000

May Stores Realty 5s
McCall Corporation—
4=148 conv subord debs

54,000

1977
1992

McCrory Stores 5 Vis debs_1976
McDermott (J Ray) & Co—
238,000<
5s subord conv debs
1972
McKesson & Robbins 3 Vis
*73
5,000
4%s debentures
1980
Merrltt-Chapman & Scott—
273,000
4Vis conv subord debs__1975
Metropolitan Broadcasting—
276,000
6s conv subord debs
1975
5,000
Metropolitan Edison 2%s_1974
1st mortgage 2%s
1980
1,000 Michigan Bell Tel 3Vis
1988
10,000
4%s debentures
1991
Michigan Central RR—
1,000
Ref &Jmp 4Vis ser C 1979
21.000 Michigan Cons Gas 3Vis
1969
1st mortgage 2%s_.
1969
1st mortgage 3%s
__1969
10,000
3 "Vis debentures
-1967
Minneapolis Honeywell Reg—
13,000
3%s s f debentures
1976
13,000
3.10 s f debentures1972
Minneapolis & St Louis Ry—
139,000
1st mortgage 6s—
1985
325,000

60%

Sale

A-O

110%

Sale

106

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

226

Sale
97

211
Sale
86% 87
103
104%

J-D
A-O
Af-S
A-O

J-D

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

F-A
A-O
M-N
F-A

—

—

90

99^
84%

88

94

104 % 105%

71%
60%
75%
71

77%

Sale

108 %

69 %

--

70

61%
76%
71
100 %
70

—

214

72

63%

Sale

104% Mar

Mar 1
97% Mar 4
103% Mar 15
102
Mar 22

99%
87%
93%
104
69
62

%

~

77%
105%

97%
88
173

F-A

102

83

85%

105%

Mar 20

69% Feb 18

75% Jan

77% Mar 20

7

7

102

Mar 22

71% Jan

9
62
Jan
9
77 Va Mar 20

Mar 1
Mar 11

101%

Mar~28

99%

Feb" ~7

72

Mar 11

72

Jan 29

Mar 12
5

79
Mar 12
100% Mar 5

79
Mar 12
100% Mar 5

102 % Mar 11
99 % Mar 14
91
Mar 13
185
Mar 7

103
Mar 26
100% Mar 27
91
Mar 13
192
Mar 28

102 % Mar 11
97% Jan
3
88
Jan 15
176
Jan
4

85
Mar 5
102 % Mar 12
102
Mar 18

i6% Mar 18
103 Yb Mar 22
103 % Mar 4

83
Jan
2
102 % Mar 12
102
Jan
4

103% Mar 22
103% Jan 30

102% 102%

102% Mar 14

103

Mar 27

102% Mar 14

103% Feb 27

101

6

103

Mar 27

100

101%
70 %

Sale

72

101%
72

Mar~28
Jan 29

78
79

81

—

103

98

102%
99%
88%

Sale

102% 105
99% 100%

180

Sale

91
192

103%
84 %

86%

__

189%
—

Sale

102
102%
102% 103%

__

102%

85
88

__

—

104%

Sale
103% 105

85% 86%
99% 103 %
102% 103

105

Feb

15

100% Jan 29
192

29
Mar 28

87

Feb~12

91

Jan

85

88%

85%

__

79
Mar 12
100% Mar 5

103

86

101% 103%

90

104%
83%

F-A

107

91%
102

Sale
Sale

100% 102

108%

107
110
91%

87 %

__

79%

A-O
M-N
F-A
A-O

79%

80

84
84
82

J-D

99%

Sale
Sale

81

Sale

82%

Sale

142 7/a
86

96%

97%

96%

92

—

92%

Sale

92%

93%

M-N

95%

Sale

95%

Sale

96

Sale

May
May

81

Sale
Sale

87%
53

88%
57%

58

88
59

A-O

93%

87%

88%

—

—

J-D

55%

56%

63%

Sale

J-J
A-O

66%
84%

Sale
Sale

75
87%

Sale

April

21%

Sale

23%

Sale

J-J
J-J

79
77%
68 %
66

Sale
Sale

86

63%

M-S

56 %

F-A

_

■

7

113

Feb 14

Mar~~5

103

Jan~31

83

Mar 27

94%

98%

7

86
Mar 15
96% Mar 12

102'/a

78% Jan

-

—

97
102

—

Jan
7
Mar 22
9
83% Jan

...

Mar
Mar

7
6

97

Mar

100% Feb

Mar 15
1

86

7
4

Jan

3

107
Jan 16
88 % Mar 7

96% Jan 21

96% Jan

7

97% Jan 31
92 y2 Mar 1

Mar 13

93 y2 Jan 21

96

92% Mar

95

4

96

5

97

Feb 20

81
52

Jan
Jan

2
2

89 Vi Mar 20
59
Mar 15

Jan

3

64 % Feb

—

Sale

61% Mar 29

64% Mar

8

57

79 %

80
92
23%

78% Mar
87% Mar

8

79

4

91
23%

1

91% Mar 26

66 Va Jan
2
84 % Jan
2
21 Vi Jan 31

22 % Mar 20

Sale
Sale
Sale

81%
79 y4

Sale

70%

Sale

71

67%
63 y8

Sale

68%

Sale
Sale

58

60

61%

66

59

Mar

Sale

30%

Mar~29

Sale

98y2

89 Va Mar 20
59
Mar 15

61%

Sale

Mar'"5

9iy2 Feb 11

96% Mar

1

Mar

—

1

7

92% Mar

54

86
Feb
6
98 % Feb 15

7

5

88% Mar 18

102% Jan 23

22

98% Mar

Mar

145
Mar 26
88
Jan
9
83 Vi Jan
9
97
Mar 7

Jan

5

96% Mar

'

82

97% Mar

—

98% Mar

96%

8

116
87

__

97

86%

Mar~~5

102%

-

7

81%

93

106% Jan

Mar 26
Mar 22

79
75 %

Sale

7

145
87

—

Sale
98

97%

Sale
Sale
65 %

110% Mar

Mar 27

97

86

97%
97 %

—

18
2

83

97
Mar
101 y4 Mar

101%

—

A-O

52

Feb
83% Jan

Mar 1
Mar 22

131
87
_

—

7

4

80% Mar

87 y2

96%

4

Mar~~5

102%

Sale

102

88% Mar

Mar 28

109% Mar

82%

131
83

—

Mar

85

__

102

Sale

85%

109%
Sale
91%
103 % 104%

__

104

J-J

Sale

F-A

A 5s income debs
Mohawk & Malone 1st 4s_1991

10

93% Feb
7
99% Jan 11
88 % Mar 12
94% Feb
8
105% Jan 21

Feb 11
Jan
7
6
Feb
Feb 11
3
Jan

60% Jan

6

Jan

98% Mar 13
103% Mar 15

91%
99 A
86%
93%
104 %

Mar 22

70

226

96% Jan 22
8
103 % Feb
102
Mar 22

93% Mar 12
105 % Mar 7

Mar 20

113% Jan 10

•S

F-A

April
April

102

Jan 24

Mar 13

103

Sale
72

78
79

__

101

102
85
88

April

208

Mar 12

98% Mar 13
103% Mar 15

—

__

99%

2030
2045

221

7

Mar

77% Mar

98%"

1990

l

66

100% Mar

—

79

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

12005
_2020

1

9911 Mar 14
88% Mar"12

70

71

97

..

104 % Mar

'

77%

Af-S

4 Vis series C__
A4%s series A
A4%s series B

108% Mar 13

93% Mar 12
105
Mar 12

63%

OC1A
oD 72

4 Vis series B

1

4

72

T_ r

RR—

56% Mar

99A Mar

—

o-J

Pacific

Mar 13

88

82

Missouri

66

1

211

99 ii

A 5 Vis subord inc debs_2033

276,000

Sale
Prices

90

Prior lien 4Vis ser D__1978
ACum adj 5s ser A_Jan 1967

25,000
83,000

Sale
Prices

Prices

56% Mar

--

—

Highest

Sale

Sale

98%

Lowest

__

103%

Af-S
M-S

60%

90
99 A
99%
86% 88
93%
104
105%

__

M-N
F-A

F-A-

103%

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Highest

Sale

Sale

96%

Missouri-Kansas-Texas RR—

42,000

A-O
A-O
A-O
A-O
3-D
Af-S
M-N

96%

56%

Af-S
Af-S

Missouri-Kansas-Tex Ry Co—
1st mortgage 4s
1990

57,000

1,978.000
3.274,000

Bid

or
Ask

BONDS

-PRICES IN MARCHMarch 29
Lowest
Sale
Closing or
Bid
Ask
Prices

J-J

Minn St P & S Ste Marie—
1st M 4 Vis inc ser A_Jan 1971
AGen M 4s Inc A
Jan 1991
Minnesota Min & Mfg 2%s_'67

10.000
115,000

465,000
636.000
1,320.000

Opening

A-O

Louisville <b Nashville RR—
6,000

March 1

—

Mar 4
78% Mar 29
d70»/2 Mar 2o
d66% Mar 26
d63
Mar 29
81

5

Mar

24% Mar

4

78% Jan

82% Mar 26
79% Mar 13
76

77

Jan
67% Jan

Mar 18

72
69

3
16
2

2
65% Jan
62% Jan 2
59
Feb 21

Mar 18
Mar 4
62% Mar 21

79

Mar

14

4

91% Mar 26
26% Feb

18

83
Feb
80% Feb
76% Feb

18
19
19

72% Feb 18
71% Feb 18
62 y2 Mar 21

Monongahela Railway Co—
177,000

7,000
14,000
25,000

212,000
■

4

9.000
.

287,000

7,000
939,000

22,000
63,000
67,000
39,000

20,000

13,000
52,000
22,000

34,000
25,000
3,000

A 1st mtge 3 Vis ser B
1966
Monon RR 6s
:
Jan 1 2007
Montgomery Ward Credit Corp
4%s debentures
_1
1980
43.4s debentures
1981
5 Vis subord debs
1981
Morris & Essex 1st 3Vis_2000
Mountain States Tel & Tel—
2%s debentures
' 1986
3 Vis debentures1978
NAFI Corporation—
5 Vis conv subord debs
1980
Nashville Chattanooga & St
Louis 1st mtge 3s ser B 1986
National Airlines—
6s conv subord debs
1976
National Biscuit Co—
4-Vis subord debs.
1987
Natl Cash Register 43/4s
1985
4Vis s f debentures
1987
National Cylinder Gas Co—
5 Vis conv subord debs
1977
Nat Dairy Prod 2%s debs_1970
3s
debentures
1970
3 Vis debentures
1976
4%s s f debentures
1992
National Dist & Chem 4%s_'83
Natl Distillers Prod 33is—1974
National Steel Corp 3 Vis
1982
1st mortgage 3%s
1986
1st mortgage 4%s
1989

ApriD- 22%
J-J
F-A
F-A
J-D

93%
26%

33

105%

92%

104

103% 104 %
104% 106
35% Sale

Sale

103 %
105
107

40

Sale

31%

104% Sale
103%
105 y4 107
39%
Sale

M-N
A-O

85

M-S

78

Sale

82%

Sale

84

Sale

F-A

69%

77

69%

75

72

77

76%

77%

75%
85%

—

Af-N

162

A-O
J-D
A-O

105% 106%

M-S
3-D
3-D

J-D
Af-S
Af-N

A-O
M-N
M-N

Sale

167%

92

93%
91 %
102%
101%

Sale
92%

166%
107

75 y4 Mar 26

Sale
108

103% 105
101% 102 Va

Sale

103%

Mar
Feb

8
1
Jan 22

Feb 14
16

19
18

77 y4 Jan
85
Jan

81 y4 Mar 14

84 y2 Mar 28

77 y2 Jan

17

84% Feb 18

70

8

70

Mar

8

70

Mar 14

168

Mar

1

Mar

156

106% Mar
——■

1

'

——

'

-

Mar 14

91V*
94%
91 %
103
102 %

Mar 11
Mar 1
Mar 19
Mar 25

106% Mar 29
92% Mar 20
94% Mar 15
91% Mar 4
103% Mar 11
103 % Mar 20

Mar 21

__

87
96

Mar
Mar

1
4

103

Mar

100% Mar

87% Mar 21

5

96
103

Mar
Mar

4
5

6

102

Mar 12

Mar

8

70

Mar

18

8

149% Jan 16

108% Mar 14

105

—

104%
104%
105%
43"%

Feb"18

Feb
Jan

Sale

__

37

75
85

92%
Sale
—

~4

103 Va Jan 29
103 y4 Jan 10
105
Jan 22
2
35% Jan

75 y4 Mar 26

102% Mar 18

103

__

__

91%
94 %
91 %

104% Mar 8
103 y2 Mar 28
105 y4 Mar 7
42
Mar 5

101% Mar 21

103
102% Sale
89 %
87 %
95% 96%

106

25y8 Jan

—

~

103

Sale

91%

96

98%
102%

75 y4
85

106% Sale
91 %
92%
94%
Sale
91% 91%
103
103%
103 V*
89%
87
Sale
96
96%

86%

M-N
F-A

Sale

—

89

J-D

■.

106% Sale
103 % 105
102%

103% 105
102% 103
104%

76
—

104
Mar 7
103 y4 Mar 19
105 y4 Mar 7
39 Va Mar 29

Ma'r ~5

33 y2

175% Feb 21

3
105% Jan
103% Jan 25
101 % Feb 18

108% Mar 14
8
104% Jan
103

Jan

7

Jan
4
Feb 28
Jan
2
Jan
4
Jan
8
Jan
9
Feb
8
Jan
3
Jan
7
Feb 15

4
92% Jan 31
95% Feb 20
91% Mar 4
103% Mar 11
103% Jan 30
8
89 % Feb
87% Feb 25
96% Feb 25
7
104% Jan

98% Jan
2
Mar 28

103% Jan 24
103% Mar 18

104
91

93%
91 %
103

101%
89 %
86%
96
102%

108% Feb

National Tea Co—

105,000
28,000
5,000

3,000

9,000
—__

3 Vis subord conv debs__1980
5s s f debentures
__1977
New Ehgland Tel & Tel—
3s debentures

1982

A-O

Af-S

877i
80%

For footnote*,




101
102

83 %

3s debentures
:_1974
New Jersey Bell Tel 3Vis__1988
N J Junction gtd 1st 4s
1986
New Jersey Pwr & Lt 3s
1974
New Orl Terminal 3%s
1977

Sale

see

—

page

95

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

84%
90

Sale
103%
__

i

101%
102
82 Va

88%

82

83%

68

68

87
90

90

87%

Sale
Sale
__

89

102

Mar 28

82 Va Mar 29

89

Mar 15

103% Mar 18
84% Mar21
89

Mar 15

83%
68
87
90

89

84% Mar

8

88

Mar 13

102

82% Mar 29
89
Mar 15
82
Jan
9

84% Mar

~8

85% Jan
89

11

Mar 15

82% Jan 10
88

Mar 13

April, 19

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

Smles in
March
Value

New York
Stock Exchange

$

BONDS

7

Price Jan, 2,
1963

Interest Opening or
Period
Bid
Ask

New York Central RR—
Cons 4s series A
1998
Ref & impt 4'As ser A_2013
Ref & impt 5s
ser C-2013
Collateral Trust 6s
1980
N Y Cent & Hudson River—
Gen mortgage 3 Vis
1997
Lake Shore coll g 3y2S_1998
Mich Cent coll g 3y2S
1998
New York Chic & St Louis—

826,000
845,000

506,000
229)000
99,000

-54,000
42,000

Mtge 4s series A
Mtge 4s series B

64,000

N Y Lack & West 4s

68,000

692,000

.

88

ei%
53
52 V*

86'A
80 %
84%
59%

88
Sale

Af-N
J-J

84
68 y8

84%
70

43
46

45
47 y2

71%
51%
52 y4

16%
6%

Sale
Sale

18%
7%

May

1993

J-J

Niagara Mohawk Power Corp
General mtge 2%s
1980

77%
83
85

80
Sale

1983
1983

A-O
A-O
F- A

1987

M-S

1987
Norfolk & Western 1st 4s_1996
Northern Central Ry—
Gen & ref 5s
ser A
1974
Gen & ref 4 Vis ser A—1974
Northern Natural Gas Co—
3%s s f debentures
1973
3'As s f debentures
1973

22,000

3,000
10,000

J-J
A-O

4Y2S

4%s

s

4%s

s

f debentures

4%s

s

f debentures

s

f debentures

1978

194,000
36,000
6,000

88%
83%
93
93 V*
93

1979

M-N
M-N

91 y4
Sale

97
__

—

71

90%
53
55

Sale
55
56
90 V*

Ask

Highest

Lowest
Sale
Prices

Sale

Prices

Highest
Sale

Prices

59%

62% Mar 26
70% Mar 29
90% Mar
6

61% Mar
65% Mar
72% Mar
92% Mar

63% Mar 1
53 Ya Mar 8
53% Mar 25

64 Ya Mar 13
54
Mar 6
56
Mar 4

86% Mar 15
80% Mar 13

87

90
Sale

88
66

49

70%
92 y2

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

64

65

53%
53%

Sale
Sale

63

59

Mar 20

89%

66

68

88
67

Sale
53

487A

50%

54

Sale

Sale

86%

60

Mar 5
Feb 18
Mar 5
Feb 18

Mar 19
Mar 12

60% Jan 29

64% Mar 14

52% Feb

5
2

55

86'A Jan 18
80'A Jan 21

87

80% Mar 13
89
68

88

59% Jan

Mar 19
2

89
69

Jan'
Jan

71 %
71
Jan

Mar 13
Mar 15
Mar 25

51% Mar

56

Mar 14
53y2 Mar 15

18%
•7%

Sale
Sale

18% Mar 28
7% Mar 20

19 y8 Mar

86%

87%

86% Mar 18
60 Ya Mar 13

86% Mar 18
60 Ya Mar 13

53

Jan

Feb 15

56% Feb 26
8

Jan

80'A Jan 21
Mar 15
Feb
8

F5b~19

7
3
7

9

57

43% Jan
46 Ya Jan 14
16% Jan
6% Jan

8% Mar

2
2

20% Feb 14
8'A Feb 13

85% Jan' 22
2
55% Jan
1

87% Jan 14
60 Ya Mar 13
82
Feb
1
65% Feb 25

59% Jan 11
26 y4 Mar 14
80% Jan 24

Mar

58

64% Jan 23

60%

—

__

87%
84%

79%

—

65%
64 Ya
32

65

Jan

35%
81%
87%
84%

Feb 13
Feb 21
Jan 29
Jan

3

82

Feb

1

81%
_

79
90%
86%

x

95%

55%.

93

81%

81%

80%

64

Mar

1

64% Mar

26 y4 Mar 14
81
Mar 28

32

84% Mar 21
80% Mar 4
84'/4 Mar 25

84% Mar 21

Mar

81% Mar

86

84%
81%

98%

99%

98 Ya Mar 27

80% Mar 19
84% Mar 25
104
Mar 20
99 y4 Mar 11

81%

82%
84%

81% Mar 28

81% Mar 28

91 y4

86% Mar 26

84 y4
103

83
—<—

Sale

87%

87

104

Sale
Sale

90 y8
88

93%

65
30 %

m

106%
112

63
28

87 y8

,

81%
86%
103% 104%
98% 99%

83

82

—

65%
Sale
Sale

80%
83%

93

55% Feb 18
Feb 15

Sale

114% 117
95%
—

90%
88%
95%

94%

__

96%

95%

Mar

4

91
104

Mar 19
Mar 29

106% Mar

112

Mar

118

95% Mar

1

1

__

96%

88% Mar 27
96
94

102% 104%
102%

102% 104%

104% Mar

101

101

Sale

103'A Mar 26

103% 104%

103%
104'A 105%

103'/4 Mar 15

104y2 105'A
Sale

60%

61%

95
94

97%

89%
61%
94

96

Mar/ 8
May 26

95% Mar 26

__

102
—

89%

1

95% Mar 8
93% Mar 4
94'A Mar 13

101

104%

7

Mar 28

95% Mar

101 y8

_

87 y4 Mar 26
91
Mar 19

88% Mar 27

94

Mar

~4
5

105% Mar 19

91

iiy2

63%
Sale

94

94

Feb

Jan 21

83% Jan 16
80% Jan
8
84 y4 Mar 25

31

Mar

1

104% Mar
102

4

Mar 22

104% Mar 22
104 Yb Mar 7
105'A Mar 13
90% Mar ~4
62% Mar 26

60% Mar 11
Mar 29

95% Mar

94

Mar 19

94 y4 Mar

Mar 14

4
7

4

84% Mar 25
104% Feb 27
99% Feb 13

77% Jan 15

81% Mar 28

83

103

101

Z

Jan

61%
66 y4
72%
93%

63

85%

94%

—

88

2
2
2
2

70%

86 y2
80%

100% 101%
102%

55% Jan
59% Jan
65% Jan

70

80'A
87%

96

104%
102% 106y4
103 Ya
M-N
Q-Jan 87% Sale
Q-Feb 59% Sale
J-J
93% Sale
A-O
93% 94%
M-N
M-N

47/as s f debentures
_1981
4%s s f debentures
1981
North'n Pac Ry prior lien 4s '97
General lien 3s
Jan 2047
Ref & impt 4%s ser A_2047
Collateral trust 4s
1984

83~000

94%

M-N
M-N
M-N

1976
.1977

87

112% 115

M-N
M-N

1980

5y8s

3~5OO
10,000
17,000
16,000
20,000

f debentures
f debentures

s

89%
104%

Af-S
Af-S

1974

3%s debentures

86

J-J

1980

Nopco Chemical Co—
4%s conv sub debs

5,000

Sale
81 y2
Sale
Sale

General

13,000

80

80%
88

101%
98%

General mtge 2y8s

97,000

—

29%
79%
86%
84 y4

3%s series I
4y2s series J—
4y8s series K

mtge 47/8s

55%

Sale
Sale
84

May

18,000
61,000
36,000

General

86

35

15,000

8,000
27,000

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

86%

55%

1981
1989
1996
1991

mtge 3Vis
General mtge 3y2S

63%

57

3s series P
3s series H

13~000

Sale
Sale
56

63%

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

1,000

60%
64%

J-J
J-J

1978

Cooo

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

65%

3y8s series E

107,000

55%
59 »A
65 ya

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

1st & cons M 4s ser A-2004
AGen mtge 4%s ser A.2019
N Y Telephone 2%s ser D_1982

or

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest
Sale
Prices

72

69'A

J-J

tN Y Susquehanna & West'n
Term 1st mtge 4s
1994

13

84%

70%

J-J
Af-N
Af-N

N Y & Putnam 1st gtd 4s_1993
N Y State El & Gas 2%s_1977

7,000
41,000

Bid

A-O
J-D
A-O

tAGen mtge inc 4'As A-2022
Harlem Riv & Port Chester
tAlst mtge<4%s ser A-1973
N Y Power & Lt 2%s
1975

29,000
1,000

Ask

Closing

J-O

Gtd 4%s series B
1973
N Y New Haven & Hartf'd RR
tAlst & ret M 4s ser A_2007

456,000

Bid

or

F-A
F-A

A-1973

ser

Opening

March 29

J.J

2043
2043

BONDS

-PRICES IN MARCHMarch 1

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

Ref mtge 3'As ser E___1980
Ref mtge 3s
ser P
1986
4 Vis inc debentures
1989
N Y Connect'g RR 27/8s B__'75
N Y & Harlem gold 3y2s_2000

10,000
4,000
3,000
33,000

—

84% Feb 14
87 y4 Mar 26
91
Jan
9

101% Jan
97% Jan

_2

Jan
2
86 Yb Jan 28
91
Jan
9
104
Jan
7

106% Mar

7

112

120

7

Feb 28
7

94% Jan

Jan

97

Feb 20

87

Jan

14

88% Mar 27

93

Jan

17

96
94

93% Jan 18
94% Mar 18
100% Jan 18
102 y2
101
103
103

Jan

9

Mar
Jan

95%
102

5

104%
103%

7
Jan
8
104% Jan 11
7
102% Feb
87 y4 Jan
3
2
59% Jan
93
Jan
2
94
Jan
9

105

104%
105%
102%
90%

Mar
Jan
Mar
Feb
Mar
Jan
Feb
Jan
Mar
Feb
Mar

8
4

26
12
4
18
4

18

13
7
4

62% Mar 26
98

Feb 18

96

Feb

7

83

Jan

8

Northern States Power Co—

(Minn) 1st mtge 23As

1974

F-A

84

83

86

83

86

83

1st mortgage 23As
1st mortgage 3s
1st mortgage 2%s
1st mortgage 3y*s

1,000

38,000
10,000

1975
1978

A-O
J-J
F-A

86

Sale

85%

86%

85%

89%

77
87

83

81%

83%

84
81 y2

85'A Mar 12
85% Mar 18

83%

1st

1979
1982

J-D
A-O

mortgage 3y8s—1984
1986

1st mortgage 4s
1st mortgage 5s

15,000

2,000

1st

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

mortgage 4%s
mortgage 4%s
1992
(Wise) 1st mtge 2%s__1977
1st mortgage 3s

1979

19,00$

1st mortgage 4%s—1987
,/sf Northrop Corp—

393,000

5s conv subord debs
1979
Northwest'n Bell Tel 23As—'84
3 Vis debentures
1996
Ohio Edison Co 1st 3s
1974

15,000

1st
1st

mortgage 2%s

——L
—

1

325,000
179,000
3,000

225,000
9,000
33,000
65,000
153,000
96,000
14,000
°

12,000
2,000

2~000

4

1st mortgage
1st mortgage
1st mortgage

2%s
3%s
3%s

1975

1980

.1982
1985

I

1966
1970
1971

2%s series P
2%s series Q3%s series R_

1974
1979,
1977
1981
1980
—1982
1983
1976
1985

J

16,000

3%s series Y
3%s series Z

1987

1988

J-D

4%s series AA

1986

series BB

1989

87,000

3%s series CC

1978

J-D
J-D
J-D

28,000

4'As series DD

1990

3,000

105,000
11,000
17,000
9,000

157,000

5s

5s

5%s
4Vis
4%s
4%s

series
series
series
series
series

EE
FF—
GG

HH_
H

For footnotes, see page 05.




—1991
1992
1993
1994
1995

J-D
J-D
J-D

J-D
J-D
V-D

Sale

121

80%

__

Mar 18

100

96
104

Mar 4
Mar 20

96 Ya Mar 4
104
Mar 20

Mar 18

86% Jan
9
85% Mar 18

Jan

86% Feb'
85
Jan
98% Feb
96
104

Jan
Jan

7

80

Jan

7

7
9

86% Feb
85
Jan

7

100
97%
104 y4
104

8
2
2

103% Feb 18

—

122

Jan
8
Jan 25

85% Mar 18

100%
__

83% Mar 27

102

83% Mar 27

83%

Feb~26

Jan
Jan

Feb
Jan

9
17
7
"

7

83% Feb 26

~6

Mar 27

104

Mar

6

101% Jan 11

104

120y2 Mar 20

125

Mar 11

120 y2 Mar 20
77
Jan 21

134% Jan 14
77
Jan 21

__

Mar

85%

II

II

Si% Jan~22

91

84% Jan

2

86% Jan 14

84% Jan

8

55% Jan~14

95

86%

3

95

113% Jan

2

113

2

118
118
95

Feb~12

II

Sale

89

85%
79%

__

85%

89 y2

89

Mar 19

90

Mar

1

__

__

86%

85% Mar 18

86

Mar

8

95

103%

113 y4

92%

103

__

Sale
Sale

113%

Sale

115%

114%

115%

95

113
94

Sale

114%

Sale

96%

97%
93%
Sale

95%
91%

Sale
Sale
88

98%

92
Sale
Sale
86

87%
Sale
Sale

84%

Sale

83%

85%

87%

87%

Sale

85%

Sale

1
5
Mar 27

116% Mar 13
115% Mar 25

95

Sale
Sale

94

114

Jan

85
85

86%

84%

92%
90
85 7A

312

Mar 25

116% Mar 15

113% Mar
113% Mar

97y2 Mar 14

89%

97%
92%
92%
Sale

91%
89%

86

Sale

85%

I 87%
81%

86%
80%

87%
82%

87 Ya
81
83 %

84%

83% Mar26
86
Mar 5
87% Mar 14

83

87%
85

87%

87%

105% Sale
95% Sale
103
103%
102
106
103
Sale
102% Sale
102% 103%

84%
__

88

s

II
__

84

85%
87%

88

82
84

Sale
84%

86%

_

—

92

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

26
8
22
4
14
15
5

95

97%
93'/4
92%
90'A
86%
87%
81%
83%

Mar 27

Mar 14
Mar 11

102% 103
105'A

102%

86 Ya Mar 21
87% Mar 25
85% Mar 7
86
Mar 14

87% Mar 25
85
Mar 27
103% Mar 12
106% Mar

Sale

102% Mar

1
6

103% Mar 26

102%
105%

Sale
Sale

103% 104
104% 105 Y*

__

83% Mar26

1
1

106

__

84% Mar 25
86 Ya Mar 28

Mar 27
Mar 14
Mar 12
Mar 5

105'A Mar
95 y2 Mar

Sale
Sale

304
105%
103 y8
102
103%
100 Ye
Sale

Mar 29

1
4

85
Mar 27
102% Mar 29

95%

96%

82

Mar
Mar

Sale

85%

„

102

82%

92

Jan

3

__

Jan
93% Jan

111

8

Jan 24

Feb
Feb
91% Mar
89% Feb
84% Feb
97
92

104

103%
102% 103
100y8 Sale
—

104
104

Mar
Mar 5
103% Mar 20
102
Mar 15
99% Mar 18

97

Mar 12

105% Mar
104%
104y2
102%
100%

8

4

Mar 25
Mar 11
Mar 7
Mar 5

Jan 28
Jan 28
Feb 20

116% Mar 15

25

98% Feb
8
94% Jan 11
94% Feb
7

21
8
26
14
86% Jan 21
81
Jan
2
83 ' Feb _19

86% Mar 27
87% Mar 14
82
Jan 21
84% Jan 23

83
86

83% Feb 1
86% Mar 21

87

83

.

100
96%

83
85
80

86%

83%
80
102
104

85%

87

J-D
J-D

59,000
46,000

80%
90

81
84

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

1984
1984

__

123

85%

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

3VaS series W
3y8s series X

Sale

II

103% 104

90

J-D

16,000
7,000

104

83%
80

86%

97%
92%
92%

J-D

19,000
10,000

—

84
84

112

3s
series S
2 %s series T
3%s series U

103%

__

Mar 14

__

104

__

85%

113%

J-D
■

84%
100
95%

89%
Sale

A-O

Owens-Illinois Glass 3%s_1988

series J
series K
series L
series M
series N

80%

M-N
Af-S
J-D

Oxford Paper Co—
4%s conv subord debs—1978
Pacific Gas & Electric Co—
1st & refunding mortgage

105%
103%

86%

87%
84%

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

mortgage 3y8s
1988
mortgage 4%s
1987
Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp
5'As conv sbord debs—1982
5'As conv subord debs
1983

3s
3s
3s
3s
3s

82 V*

F-A
M-S
A-O

1st
1st

3y2s series

125%
77

Sale
Sale

86%

__

J-D

mortgage 27/8s
1980
24,00(M\ Oklahoma Gas & El 2%s_1975
V

80
102

J-J

1990
1991

96
104

Af-S
J-D

1988

1st

5,000

97% 101%

M-S

1st mortgage 4'As

1,000

82

86%
85
100

83

86% Mar 8
85% Mar 18

91

Jan
2
Mar 5
4
87% Feb
Mar 29
82
84% Jan 29
86% Mar 28

85

103

102%
102

Jan
2
Jan
2
Mar 15

99% Feb

4

16

88
Jan 23
85% Jan 21
86

Jan

88

Jan 24

85

Mar 27

102 Ya Jan
4
104% Jan 23
94% Jan 21
102% Mar 1
104
Mar 6

Jan

Mar 27

21

104
Jan 30
106% Mar 8
-

97

Mar 12

103% Jan 28
106% Feb 14
104% Mar 25
104% Mar 11
103% Jau 7
100% Jan 16

14

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

Sales in
March

New York
Stock Exchange

Value

Price Jan.
1963

54,000
35,000
21,000

Pacific Tel & Tel 2%s debs_'85
2 Vis debentures
1986
3 Vis debentures
1987

11,000

3%s debentures
1978
3%s debentures
1983
3Vis debentures
1981
3%s debentures—i
1991
4%s debentures
1988
Pacific Western Oil 3%s_1964
Pan Amer World Airways—
4V4s conv subord debs 1979
Pennsyl Pwr & Light 3s—1975
Pennsylvania RR—
General 4%s ser A_:—1965
General 5s
ser B
1968
General 4%s ser D
1981
Gen mtge 4 Vis ser E
1984
Gen mtge 3 Vis ser P—1985
A Peoria & Eastn Ry 4s—1990

33,000
10,000

8(M)0()

2,163,000
101,000
204,000
122,000
235,000
99,000

42,000
27,000

Pere

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

79%

101%

87

85Vi

Sale
88%

107

Sale

100%

Sale

102

Sale
Sale
Sale

loo3/* Mar
101 % Mar

101%

100%
101%
79%
79

75
74

April

58%
66%

90%
95%

59%

62

68

72%

J-3

85%

3 Vis.—1985

A-O

4%s—1987

M-S
Af-N

103% 104%

3-D
A-O

102%
105%

J-D
F-A

103% Sale
99
102%

27/ss—1978

1st & refunding

1st & refunding 3%s—1988
1st 3c refunding 4%s
1986
1st 3c refunding 5s:
1989

Phillip Morris Inc 4V4s

1979
Phillips Petroleum 2Vis—1964
4 Vis conv subord debs__ 1987
Pillsbury Co 4%s sf debs_1986
Pillsbury Mills 3%s debs__1972
Pitts Bessemer 3c L Erie RR—
1st mtge 2 Vis series A_1996
Pitts Cin Chic & St L Ry—
Cons gtd 4Vis ser I
1963

84 Vi

382,000

__

84%

3-D

Sale
Sale

62%
__

79%
79%
63%

73%

93%

F-A

114%

J-D

103%

3-D

93%

3-D

74%

F-A

99%

A-O

93
90%

J-D

91 Ye

100%

113% Mar 27
883/4 Mar 25

104% Jan
2
87% Jan 31

1133/4 Mar 27

1

101% Mar 14
102
Mar 8
81 % Mar 14
80
Mar 7

100
101

101% Jan 24

1
1

91% Mar 12

Mar

87% Mar

102

Mar

__

73 Vi Mar 13

75

4

Jan
3
Jan
3
74% Jan
2
74
Jan
2
59
Jan 29
68
Jan 22

93%

91% Mar 20

91% Mar 12

89% Jan 16

Sale
__

78

Mar

78% Mar 21
61

Mar 18

__

100%

63% Mar 28
Mar

90%

91 %

90

Sale

95%

95% Mar

86 %
89

95 %
86Vi
80%
82

87 %

88%

37%

85% Mar 4
803/4 Mar 27
82
Mar 26
Mar 18
87

84
84

104%

103

80%
85
87 %
83%

94
_

—

Sale
—

__

„

__

104

94
—

94%

93

102%
108 Vi

103
106

103% 104%
99
Sale

112%
101%
93%

74%
99%

Sale
__

__

„

__

__

104%
99 A

93%

74%
993/4

99%

76

84%

84%

57%

97%

98%

97

Sale

993/4
96%

Sale
97 Vi

3Vis debentures
1st & ref mtge 3Vis
3 Vis debentures
4%s debentures

—1975
1977

1964

Reading Co 3Vis ser D—1995
Republic Steel 4%s debs__1935
Reynolds (R J) Tob 3s
1973
Rheem Mfg Co 3Vis debs-1975
Richfield Oil Corp—
4%s conv subord debs_1983
Rochester Gas & Electric—
Gen

series

3-J

Af-N
M-S

ser

J

166
86%
83%
93% Sale
86%
92%
101% 104
—

—

__

98%
45
101

A-O

89%

F-A
~A-0

120

—

Sale
__

85

1977

D

mtge 3%s

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

M-S

__

108%
90%

zz

84

93%
87%
92%
1033/4
98%

__

__

__

Sale

99%

49% 50Vi
102% 102 %
89%
Sale
85

122 Vi

M-S

1969

__

-

126

__

943/4

6

Sale

105

Jan

3

Jan

23

98% Feb

93%

Mar" 18

94%

Mar" 11

93 %

98% Mar

1

97% Mar 28

97% Jan

70
78
88%—

88%

9911
96%
108%

__

100

83% Mar

97%

8

Mar"l4

Sale

99 JI Mar 11

97%

96% Mar

4

83% Mar
98

8

Mar 19

99 Vi Mar
96% Mar

4
4

__

160

90%
84%
93%
86%
92%
103

98%

51%
_

92
Sale
Sale

84% Mar 29
93% Mar 4

84% Mar 29
94% Mar 15

92% Mar 8
103
Mar 29

92% Mar 8
1043/4 Mar 19

__

94%
Sale

52
101%
_

127

99%
95%
108
170

92% Mar
102% Feb

49% Mar 4
1013/4 Mar 19
89% Mar 1

51% Mar 21
102% Mar 8
91% Mar 26

45
Jan
101% Jan
89% Jan

125% Mar

l

128% Mar

8

943/4 Mar

7

943/4 Mar

7

122

943/4

__

guaranteed 4s

1989

Scott Paper 3s conv debs_1971
Scovill Mfg 4%s debs—_1982
Seaboard Air Line RR Co-—
1st mtge 3s series B
1980
3Vis s f debentures
1977
Seaboard Finance—
5 Vis debentures
1980
Seagram (Jos E) & Sons—
2%s debentures
.1966
3s
debentures
1974
Sears Roebuck Acceptance Corp

4%s debentures
4%s subord debs

87

79%

Sale

763/4

Sale

77%

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

89

92%

92%
80%
92%
87%

93%

91%
80%

M-N

M-S
J-3
Af-N
M-S

3-J
J-D

97%

90%

91

127

99

79%

—

Sale
__

81

87

103%
94%
86%

963,4

1972

F-A

102%

Sale

1977
1982

Af-N

100% 102%

3-J

106

F-A

105%

—

107

Sale

conv

subord debs

For footnote®, see peg* 95.




1979

3-J

78%

79

Sale
i
__

79%
78%
82

Sale

79%

Sale

Sale

80

Sale

79% Mar
78% Mar

87
Sale

76%

94%
127 %

__

97%

80%
87%

95%
86%

94

87%
__

Sale

99

103

Seiberling Rubber Co—
5s

Sale

90%
67%
74%

69%

J-D

5s
debentures
Sears Roebuck & Co 4%s_1983

__

M-N

92%
85%

94%
126

__

9
Jan 21
Jan

3

99 Vi Mar
97
Feb

4

6

108% Feb 19
170

Feb
92
Jan
85
Jan
94 % Mar
87% Jan
92% Feb
105
Jan

98% Jan

1
14
11
15
7
20
31

4

51% Mar 21
1023/4 Jan 11
91% Mar 26
85

Jan

21

131 Vi Feb

6

95% Jan 25

Mar

1

110% Jan 25

Jan

2

105% Mar 13

90% Mar 29

90% Mar 29
70% Mar 18

1
1

Mar" 11

77%

Marl

62% Jan
64% Feb

3
4

76% Jan

2

733,4 Jan

4

71% Mar 21

84% Feb 14
69% Jan 2

80% Feb 14
80% Mar 15
84% Feb 14
77% Feb 28

90% Mar 13

92% Mar 21

89

7

92% Feb 11

87% Mar 27

87% Mar 27

85% Jan 29

87% Mar 17

Jan 30

94% Mar 27
136% Feb
1

Jan

__

97%
__

__

Sale

94% Mar 27
120% Mar 19

94% Mar 27
127 Vi Mar

1

80% Mar

5

91

120% Mar 19

100
__

__

104
__

__

80%
87%

104%

__

Sale

103% 103%
102%
105%
105

78%

79% Jan

9

87% Feb 11

103% Mar 12

104% Mar 29
96

Mar 26

80% Jan 22
87 % Feb 11

102% Feb 20

106

Jan 28

95% Jan 22

96

Mar 26

—

102% 103%
105% 106%
105 Vi
Sale
Sale

5

95% Mar 14

96

86%

80 Vi Mar

__

103% 104

78%

2
4

Feb~21

94% Feb 14

80
Mar 7
80% Mar 15

__

8
8

8

100
__

M-S

80%

2
14

Jan 18
Feb
1
90% Feb 26
4
84% Jan
2
93% Jan
7
87% Jan

85

Sale

Jan
Jan

98% Feb 27

99

91%

76%
74 %
72

__

10

88% Jan 25

98

90% Mar 29
70% Mar 18
71 Vi Mar 1

May

Jan

4

90% Mar 29
67% Mar 18
71 Vi Mar 1

A'2nd inc M 4%s A Jan 2022
1st mtge 4s series B—1980
A 5s inc debs ser A Jan 2006
St Louis Southwestern Ry-*—
1st 4s bonds ctfs
1989
2nd gold 4s inc bd Nov 1989
St Paul & Duluth RR 4s_1968
Bt Paul Dn Dep 3Vis ser B_'71
Scioto Val & New Eng RR—

99% Feb 11

96% Jan

102

Sale
Sale

Jan" 25

74

1

Feb 19
Feb 26

83 % Mar

105% Mar 13

J-3

4

96

8

7

_1997

Mar_ll

_83%~Mar

Mar

mtge 4s series A

94%

88

103

71

9

27
104
Jan 31
94% Mar 6
104
Feb 19
106% Mar 22

98

98% Mar 11

Sale

90%

26
19

98% Mar

94
Jan
3
91% Jan
9
71% Jan
9
98% Jan 14

Mar 12
Mar 13

105%

69
71%

Mar" li

96
74

Sale

69

30
27

993/4 Jan 30

103%

—

Jan

Feb
Feb
87% Feb
*41/4 Jan
84
Mar

99% Jan 30

Sale

61
66 %

Jan 21

115% Mar 26

104

88%

4

92% Mar 29

112% Feb 28

3-D
Af-S
3-J
A-O

100% Mar

115% Mar 26

99,000

7,000

4

1

106

93,000

Mar

1043A Jan 11
99% Mar 20

108 % Mar 19

327,000

75

5

1

Saguenay Power 3s ser A_1971
St Lawr & Adirondack 5s_1996
2nd gold 6s_
__1996
St Louis-San Fran Ry—

6
Mar 26
Jan 15

86
83% Feb 26
6
82% Feb
3
103% Jan
92
Jan 18
102% Jan 10

Mar

38,000
53,000

15

103

85

100
94

74

Mar

Mar 27
Mar 22
94% Mar 6
103 % Mar 8
106 % Mar 22

82

106

11,000

Feb

96
86%
80%
85%

Sale

23,000

80

63% Mar 28

4

107

2,000

14

85% Mar
80% Feb

Sale

5.000
1,034,000

Feb

81% Mar 14

1043/4 Mar 27
99% Mar 20

97% Mar 28

76

1st

102

90% Jan 15

106%

8~O65

89% Jan 16

7

Sale

2,000

Mar 21

91% Jan 28
103
Feb 18

4

109%

19sf,000

Mar 26

1

98

88

__

9831 Mar
112% Mar

97%

88

88%

104% Mar 20

—

A-O

—

__

7

,98%

Sale
Sale

97V4

8

97% Mar 12
95% Mar 27
73% Mar 4
98% Mar 11

98%

95%

__

Mar
Mar

84
84
104

—

98

1986

1st

Jan 31

Jan 15

95% Mar

J-3

196,000
129,000

84
90
87
90%

89% Jan

Royal McBee Corp—
6%s conv subord debs—1977

1,000

9

__

Sale
—

Mar 13

85% Mar 12
87% Mar 25

Jan 22
7

84% Jan

130,000

1,000

Jan

80% Jan 16

__

Sale

88%

1972
1979
1972
1983

__

98%

M-S
M-S

1st & ref mtge 3s
1st & ref mtge 2Vis

Sale

6

80 3/4 Mar 27

99

Rohr Aircraft Corp—
5 Vis conv subord debs—1977

4.000

80

__

95%
73%

__

110%

Sale
Sale

114
101%

97%

108

104

Mar

82% Mar 11
104
Mar 22

101
106

A-O

3-J
J-D

84

104

98%

__

88%

93

Pittsburgh Plate Glass 3s_1967
Pittsburgh 3c West Virginia Ry
3Vis series A
1984
Planation Pipe Line 3%s_1970

--

84

95

91
103
106

98%

95%

90% Mar 19
95% Mar 19
86% Mar 13

91

71%

99%

Mar 12
7

90%
95%
85%

3-J

M-N
3-J

100 Vi Mar 4
92% Mar 29

Sale

A-O

96%

4
6

92 %

99%

M-S

100
Mar
88Vi Mar

89

Pgh Consolid'n Coal 3%s__*65

Procter & Gamble 3Vis
1981
Public Service E & G Co—
3s
debentures
1963
1st 8s ref mtge 3 Vis
1968
1st & ref mtge 5s
2037
1st & ref mtge 8s
2037

__

87

83

General 5s series A
1970
General 5s series B
1975
Gen mtge 3%s ser E—1975

4%s

1,000 '

82
86

M-N

Quaker Oats 2%s debs
106,000
42,000
7,000

95%

3%s—1982
3%s
1983

1981

Potoma'c Electric Power—
1st mtge 3 Vis
1977 F-A
1st mortgage 3s
1983 J- J
1st mortgage 2Vis
1984 Af-N

85,000

90%

55%

2%s

1st & refunding
1st & refunding
1st & refunding
1st & refunding
1st & refunding

3 Vis s f debentures

87555

Sale

82%

__

M-N
3-D
F-A

gtd 4Vis ser J
1964
Pgh Cine Chic & St Louis RR

5,000
15,000

Sale

90

99% 100

Cons

205,000
2,000

7

4

Mar 13
87
Mar 26
90% Mar 21
89

78%
79%
823/4
88%

Marquette Ry Co—

J-D
M-N

4,000

101% Mar

79% Mar 13
80% Mar 27
84% Mar 13

Feb 15
Mar 29
Mar 11
Mar 6
Feb 18
85
89
Feb 15
9
90% Jan
2
101% Jan

Mar 21

113%
87%

90%

Sale
Prices

Mar 11
Mar 6
Mar 15

101%

3-D
A-O
3-J

1st & refunding 2%s—1971
1st & refunding 2%s—1967
1st & refunding 2%s
1974

14,000
1,000

90

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

9,000
87,000

14,000

83%
88%

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices

Highest

Mar 22
Mar 29

91%
Sale

100 Vi

83%

44,000

90
86
91%
91%

78%
79%
823/4
88%
85%
903/4

90%
90%
102
102%

J-D

F-A
3-J

57ooo

Sale
84

107 Vi
88

General 5s series B_.—1974
General gold 4Vis per C_1977
Philadelphia Electric'Co—

871,000

Sale

Sale
Sale

5,000

18,000

78%
80

104%
88%

21,000

100,000

Ask

81%
83%

82%

89

19,000
7,000

Bid

Lowest
Sale
Prices

85

M-S

9,000

Closing or

80

F-A
A-O

J-3 '

or
Ask

March 29

78%

89

91 Vi

1980

3,000

Bid

Bale

90

1st mtge 3%s ser D
Phila Bait & Wash RR—

*

Opening

83%
89
85

3,000

28,000
5,000
12,000
10,000
2,000
16,000

March 1

80

79 Vi

BONDS

-PRICES IN MARCH-

2,

Interest Opening or
Period
Bid
Ask

BONDS

*

—

Sale
Sale
Sale
79

1023/4 Mar 11
102% Mar 5
1053,4 Mar 5
104% Mar 5
78% Mar 15

103% Mar 18
103% Mar 14
106% Mar 5
105% Mar 7
79

Mar 26

102% Jan
101
105

104% Jan

78-,

2

Jan 23
Jan
9

8

Jan 30

104
103%
106%
105 3,4

Jan 15
Feb 19
Mar 5
Jan
2

79 Vi Jan 24

April, 1963

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

Sales in
March
Value

Stock Exchange

$

BONDS

20,000
52,000
45,000
847,000
2,000
142,000
45,000

/3.000
38,000
27,000
4,000

2,000

3,000
17,000
317,000

161,000
200,000
3,000

15,000
5,000

New York

Price Jan. 2,
1963
Interest Opening or
Period
Bid
Ask

Service Pipe Line 3.20s
1982
Shell Oil Co 4%s debs
1986
Shell Union Oil 2%s debs.1971
Sinclair Oil Corp—
4%s conv subord debs
1986

A-O
F-A
A-O

90%
105%
90%

J-D

Skelly Oil 2%s debs

J -J

101%
99 %

1965

Smith-Corona Marchant—
5 Vis conv subord debs
1979

Socony-Vacuum Oil 2%s__1976
South & Nor Ala gtd 5s
1963
Southern Bell & Tel
3s
debentures

1979
1985
1987

Southern California Edison—
3%s conv debs
1970
South'n Indiana Ry 2%s_1994
Southern Natural Gas Co—
4%s conv s f debs
1973
Southern Pacific—

4%s

(Oregon Lines)
4%s

1977
1969

4%s

1981

San Fran Term 3%s A-1975
Southern Pacific RR Co—
1st mtge 2%s ser E
1986

29,000
48,000

1st mtge 2%s ser F
1st mtge 5%s ser H
Southern Ry 1st cons 5s

15~000

1st mtge coll tr 4%s
Memphis Div 1st g 5s

1996
1983
1994
1988
1996

New Orl & N'east 3%s-1977
Southwestern Bell Telephone—

A-O

130,000
174,000
157,000

48,000
120,000

Sale

86%

Sale

F-A
J-J

77

80

Sale

,102

—

Sale

99%
101

84%

84% 84%
100% 101

100%

86%

85%

81

79

99% 100%
103 %
Sale

100%

Sale

100%

102 %

Sale
Sale
Sale

102

Af-N
Af-N
J-D

218

60

97%

Sale

86%

J-J
J-J

__

74
61

A-O
J-J
F-A

105%
105%
95%

J-J

102%

—

Sale
__

__

M-N

85

80
84

85

116

J-D
A-O
J-J

A-O
A-O

88%
103%

1982
1983

63%

96%
86%
75%
61%
104%
106

97%
103%

232
__

158%

76
__

Sale
Sale
—

Sale

Sale
Prices

92% Mar

7

92% Mar 13
104% Mar 27

105% Mar 11

5

90% Mar 20

101% Mar 4
99% Mar 21

102% Mar 13
99% Mar 6

100% Jan

102% Jan 23
99 % Mar 6

Sale

100

104

84% Mar 26
100% Mar 13

1
8
100% Mar 13

Mar 25
Jan 15
100% Jan 24

108
85

Sale
Sale

Sale
—-

—

90

Mar

Mar 25

90% Jan 10
104% Mar 27
90

Jan 16

3
99% Jan 22

100
83

Mar

84% Mar

92% Mar 7
105% Feb 19
90% ■Mar 20

Jan 29
Feb
9
100% Jan 24

103%

Sale

102%

Sale
—

Sale

78%
84%
111

81
86%
Sale

104% 104%
102%
Sale
88

222

62%

91
Sale
_

86%
75%
61%

85% Mar

6

85

79

7
8

78% Jan
3
79% Jan 22

Mar
79% Mar

Mar 22>

3
86% Jan
80% Jan 11
73% Jan 22

65

Sale
Sale
Sale
—

76

Sale

104% 105%
105% 107
97 %

232
Mar 28
63 % Mar 8

232
59

Feb 14
Feb
6

238

158% Mar 14

232

252

97%

85
Mar 22
78% Mar 21
79% Mar 8

159

150

Jan 22

159

100% Mar

101 % Mar
102 % Mar

232

Mar 28

62% Mar 13

102

Mar

Mar 14
4

99% Jan
4
102
Jan
8
96
Jan 17
86% Jan 21

8

97% Mar 13
86% Mar 1

96% Mar
86% Mar

75% Mar 12

75 % Mar 12
61 % Mar 18
102% Mar 13
105 Va Mar 26

107

103% Mar

74
61

Jan

29

63% Mar

8

Mar 14

101% Feb 27
103% Jan
2
98

Feb

7

86% Jan 21

75%

8

Jan 23
Jan
3
102% Mar 13
105 % Jan
2

107
108

104% Mar 12

102% Feb 28

104% Mar 12

Mar 18

78% Jan 25
84% Jan 25

61% Mar 18
105 % Mar 28
Mar

Mar 12

62% Jan 29
Feb
7
Feb 25

__

103%

—

1

86

86

114

.

79%

Af-S

1984

subord debs

debentures1983
Standard Oil of Cal 4%s_1983
Standard Oil (Indiana)—

__

144

Af-N

5%s

81
79

130

89

103%

Sale

88%

89
Sale

79
84

80%
86%

78% Mar 15

79

113 % Mar 29

100

104% Mar 4
103% Mar 15

103% Jan 25

113%
104%
102%

Sale

110
104

Sale

102% Mar

88
103 Va

90%
Sale

Mar

5

102% Mar

6

103% Mar 12

88% Mar 8
88% Mar 28

89% Mar 12
100% Mar 14

Sale

88

Mar
6
Mar 20

4

89

102

Mar 22

88

Mar

6

81

Jan

9

84% Jan 25
117

Jan

4

6

104% Feb 26
103% Jan
3

Feb 21
8

104% Jan 18

Feb

102% Feb

90% Jan 25

(N J)—

39,000

2%s debentures

1971

M-N

37,000

2%s debentures

1974

J-J

87%
88

Standard Oil Co (Ohio)—
4%s s f debentures
1982
Stauffer Chemical 3%s
1973

J-J

100%

11,000

90

J- J

A-O

Standard Oil Co

90%

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices

Highest

85%

92%
104%

218
56

1985

3%s conv debs
4%s debentures

104

__

105%

-PRICES IN MARCHMarch 29
Lowest
Sale
Closing or
Bid
Ask
Prices

J-J
J-J

1983

conv

99%

79%

2%s debentures
5s

101%

—

J-J

3%s debentures
Spiegel Inc—

18,000

105
90

102% Sale
84% 85
100% 101

J- J
J-D

92%

Sale
91

15

BONDS

& Tel—

2%s debentures
27/bs debentures

Gold
Gold

_

March 1
Opening or
Bid
Ask

—

88%
88%

97%

M-S

—

89
100%
98 %

__

99

88%

88%

88%

88%
101%
99

100% Mar 19

98 %

95%

97%

100%

Sale

95% Mar 4
100% Mar 29

98

89

Mar

4

87% Jan
88
Jan

9

89

Feb

14

8

89% Feb

7

100% Mar 19

98% Feb 20

100% Feb 20
99
Jan 31

Stokely-Van Camp Inc—
61,000
34,000
6,000

4%s conv subord debs_1982
Sunray DX Oil 4%s debs_1987

16,000

Sunray Oil Corp 2%s debs_1966
Superior Oil 3%s debs
1981

16,000
15,000

Surface Transit Inc 6s
Swift & Co 2%s debs

2%s

95%

Af-S

97%

J-J
M-N
J-J
Af-N

98%
89%

1982

A-O

1979
1979
1980

J-D

155

J-D

105%

1978

J-J

—

95%

1971
1972
1973

debentures

Sale

100% 101%

Af-N
J-J

96
Sale
—

91

—

97% Sale
100% 101%
98
98%

95%

96%

QO

98% 100

95
99

91

92 %

92%

__

92%

98

95%
99%
__

Mar 15
Mar 13

95
98% Mar 28
91% Mar 12

98% Mar 19

94% Jan
100% Jan
97% Jan
Mar
95
98% Jan
89% Jan

101 % Mar 7
98 % Mar 26

30
13
11
16
91% Jan 29

Mar 5
99% Mar 11
96
92

16
30

Mar 26

__

100
Jan
101% Jan
98% Mar
96
Mar
100
Feb
92

24
9

26
11
15

Mar 26

91% Jan 29

Symington Wayne Corp—
131,000

4%s

conv

sub

debs

Talcott (James) Inc—
5%s senior notes

48,000
86,000
11,000

5s

capital conv notes
5%% senior notes
Tandy Corp 6%s debs

J-D

6,000
53,000
212,000

Term RR Assn of St Louis
Ref & imp M 4s ser C-2019
Ref & imp 2%s ser D_1985
Texas Co 3%s debs
1983
Texas Corp 3s debs
1965

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

2,000
5,000

Texas & New Orl RR Co—
1st & ref M 3%s ser B-1970
1st & ref M 3%s ser C-1990

A-O
A-O

9,000

9,000
108,000
5,000

924,000
10,000
5,000

510,000
3,000

3,000
40,000

578,000
17,000
12,000
7,000
13,000

245,000
6,000
59,000
32,000

97655

537666
67,000
31,000
21,000
8,000
32,000
799,000

Texas & Pacific 1st g 5s_2000
Gen & ref M 3%s ser E-1985
Texas Pacific-Missouri Pacific
Term RR of N O 3%s__1974

5%s debentures

A6%s sub inc debs

88
80

79%
93%
98%

Sale
Sale

88

70

—

92%

J-D

94%

Union Tank Car Co 4%s_1973
5s s f debentures
1986

United Air Lines Inc—
4%s conv subord debs 1985
United Biscuit 2%s debs_1966
3%s debentures
1977
United Gas Corp 2%s
1970
1st mtge & coll tr 3%s_1971
1st mtge & coll tr 3%s_1972
1st mtge & coll tr 3%s_1975
4%s s f debentures
1972
3%s s f debentures
1973
1st mtge & col ltr 4%s_1977
1st mtge & coll tr 4%s_1978
4%s s f debentures——1978
1st mtge & coll tr 5s
1980
5%s s f debentures
1980
1st mtge & coll tr 4%s_1982
United States Freight Co—
5s conv subord debs
1981
U S Rubber Co 2%s deb—1976

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

84

94%
78%
87

105%
93%

Sale

113% 114%

Sale

150
105

97%
90

89
72

90%

97
79

145

Mar 21

152

Mar

7

104% Mar 5
92% Mar 27
87

Mar 22

79% Mar 27
Mar 26
93
98 % Mar 4

94% Mar
87

72

Mar 4
Mar 13

99%

98%

80

Sale

97
79

Mar
Mar

Sale

80
113

Mar 27
Mar 1

4

115% Mar

104
88

Mar 4
Mar 25

104
88

88%

Sale

73%

Sale

94
85

95%

95%
84%
94%

-

——

85%

83

—

87%

120%

Sale

85%
88%

Sale
Sale

86%

92%

90%

J-J

96
94

Sale

90

96%
94 %

93%
100%
91%

92%
100%
91%

Sale
Sale

__

M-N

J-D

103

A-O
Af-N

139
85

104
Sale

Sale
95
__

__

—

102

102%
99% 100%

Sale
Sale

116%
86%
70 %
100%

94%

71

86
Mar 11
70 Va Mar 18
100% Mar 20
104% Mar 14

90%
96%
95%
92%
100

91%
102

__

__

Jan

90% Feb 19

7
4

72

Feb 28

92% Jan
70

Jan

7
4

80

80

Mar 27
Jan 25

80

Mar 27

,117

Jan 17

80

Mar

5

Mar 27

<

5

113

Mar 4
Mar 25

104
87

Mar
Jan

4
2

73% Mar 26

70% Jan 23

95% Mar

94

6

97% Mar 12

105
88

Mar

_

87% Mar 11

105%
116%
86%
70%
100%
106

Mar 1
Mar 29
Mar 22
Mar 8
Mar 20
Mar 26

Jan
Jan

15
4

75% Feb

6

Jan 11
6

85

Feb

18

83

Jan~18

95% Feb 20

103

100% Sale
101% 102

148%

Sale

88%

86'%
93%

__

98

103%

89% Jan
104% Feb
114% Mar
84% Jan
69% Jan
99% Jan
104
Feb

2

88% Feb 27
91

8
11
31

105%
119%
86%
70%
100%

Feb 20
Mar 1
Jan
4
Feb 26
Jan
8
Mar 20

14

106

Feb

11
1

19

Mar 11

126% Mar 28

90% Mar 26

90% Mar 26

89% Jan 23

96% Mar
94% Mar

90% Mar 26

6
6

97
97

Mar 1
Mar 26

96

94% Jan 11

97
97

Mar 19

100

Mar 19

119

100

101% Mar

103% Mar 15

99% Mar

101
Mar 21
Mar 12
103
105% Mar 5

5
4
101% Mar 27
104% Mar 26
104% Mar 22
Mar 13
104

88%

Sale

Jan

87% Jan 30

8

119

Mar 11

126% Mar 28

Jan
Jan

3
2

93

Jan

3

Jan 23
Mar 26

100

Mar 19

101% Feb

~6

__

Sale

103% 104

83

5

__

101

139

98%

87
80

Mar 26
4

98% Jan

93
__

104%
104% 106
104
Sale

__

4

__

105% II
104% 106
104
104%
86%
93%

93%

Sale

104% Mar 26
114% Mar 1

91
104

8"

80

90
__

103

104% 105%
103% 105%

87% Mar 11

125% 128

89%

105% Jan
94% Mar

Mar 22
Feb 15
94% Jan 24
99% Mar 11

84% Feb

88%

120%

J-J

93

Jan

97Va Mar 12

_

87%

106

94%

Sale

94% Mar 18

70% 71
99% 100%
103% 106

95

1

82% Feb 29
8

169

94%

91

105%
115%
85%

71% Mar

8
18

91% Feb 14

8
Mar 13

86%

71%

105% Jan

70% Feb

89

74

88

8

Mar 21
104% Mar 5

88

90%

104%

6

89% Mar

89

72

80

Feb

72

93%

113%

119

79% Jan

99

Sale

3

79% Mar 27
93% Mar 19
9914 Mar 11

98%

4
l

Jan

145

Mar 22

93

89%

Sale

109

Mar 13
105% Mar 5

Sale

103
88

A-O
Af-S

97%
103%

93
Sale

Sale

J-D

J-J
A-O

82 %
79%

Sale

99% 101

A-O

93

114

89% Sale
104% 106%
118% Sale
84% 90
69% Sale

102
101
102

117

105% Jan
153
Sale
Sale

Sale

104% 105%

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

Mar 15

94

80

F-A

F-A

113

104%

82V4
79%
93%
98%

mmmm'

73%

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

150

70%

68

1978

2%s debentures
1967
United States Steel Corp—
4s s f debentures
1983
4%s s f debentures
1986




81 %

103
87

coll tr 3%s_1982
Union Oil of California—
2%s debentures
1970
4%s debentures
1986
4%s conv subord debs—1991
Union Pacific RR 2%s
1976
Ref mtge 2%s ser C
1991

95.

—

J-J
A-O

116

104%
160

—

1986
1986

1st mtge &

For footnotes, see page

105

80
114

Union Elec of Mo 3%s
1971
1st mtge & coll tr 2%s_1975
3s
debentures
1968
1st mtge & coll tr 2%s_1980

285,000
127,000
Continued on page 95

-

J-D
F-A

Thompson Products 4%s_1982
Thompson Ramo Wooldridge—
Tidewater Oil 3%s
Trans World Airlines—

J-D
J-J

Sale

109

137% Mar

4

104% Mar 22
105

Mar 27

149

Mar 28

103% Feb 18
101% Jan 14
103% Jan 17

104% Jan 21
7
104% Jan
3
103% Jan

105% Jan

132
85

Feb 12
Jan
8

97% Mar 28
103 % Mar 7

98% Mar 11
104% Mar 15

106

Jan

14
9

105

Mar 27

149

Mar 28

9

86% Jan 24
93% Jan 9

97% Mar 28
103% Jan
7

98% Jan 15
104% Jan 11

93% Jan

__

Sale
Sale

101% Mar 5
99% Feb 20
1
101% Feb

16

New York Stock Exchange—Stocks
Monthly and Yearly Record
RANGE OF STOCK PRICES FOR MARCH

Stock Sales—
March (Shares)

1963

1962

74,784,297

-

68,482,247

Stock Sales—
1963
1962
Jan. 1 to March 31 (Shares). 254,584,480 215,497,672

NOTICE—Cash and deferred delivery sales are disregarded In the month's range unless they are the only transactions of the
month, and
when selling outside of the regular monthly range are shown in a footnote in the month in which they occur. No account Is taken of such
sales in computing the range for the year.

Aggregate Sales

New York

jSJnCf

h
Mar.cn

Shares

Shares

8,400

17,500
122,900
184,600
134,800

42,100
33,300
49,100
12,900

51,100
102,200

34,400
21,000
23,100

80,100
59,600

79,000
80,300

259,900

10,200
14,600

40,300
75,600

63,200

212,500
223,100

251.900

61,200
32,100
10,500
89,300
77,600

78,100
27,000
165,700
274,700

20

70

51,000
9,400
49,400
52,000

331,800
50,300

480
6,000
180,000

1,780
31,800
659,000

206,500
134,700

Price Jan. 2,
1963

Stock Exchange
CTnCITC

Jan. 1

Opening

»1UCXV3

j»ar

Abacus Fund—
Abbott Laboratories

1
5

ABC Vending Corp
1
ACF Industrial Inc
25
Acme Markets Inc
1
Acme Steel Co
10
Adams Express Co
1
Adams-Millis Corp——•
Addressograph Multig
2.50
Admiral Corp
1

1

Aeroquip Corp^

Air Control Products
50c
Air Products & Chemicals
1
*

Air Reduction Inc

A J Industries
2
Alabama Gas Corp
2
Alco Products Inc
1
Aldens Inc common
5
\Va% preference.
100
Alleghany Corp common
1
...

6%

preferred
Allegheny Ludlum Steel
Allegheny Power System

Closing

Bid

Bid

or
Ask

Sale
Sale

41
82 y8

13
77

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

13
83
69

Sale
Sale

25 y8

Sale
Sale

Sale

47%
13%
23

Sale

15%

Sale.

60

71%
13%
25%
12 %
50%
11%
23%
14%
63%
55 y8
3%
37%
19%

34

32%.
-48%

Alleg & West RR 6% gtd 100

93

Industries Inc
Allied Chemical Corp

1
9

19%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

March 29

Opening

40%
76%

29

1
5

or

Ask

91%
11 %

10

conv

Bid

-PRICES IN MARCHMarch 1

41%
88%

Sale

41

Sale

12%

Sale

82 %

Sale
Sale
Sale

70%
is y4
25 %
ii y8
47%
13%
23%
14%
61%
58 y4
3%
35%
23%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

55%
3%
35%
20%

Sale
Sale

27 V2

Sale
Sale

93 %

95%

ioy2
34%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

28%
S3y4
io %

Sale

8y8
54%

13%

46,500
36,600

75,500
123,200
3,140

Allied Products Corp
Allied Stores Corp com

5

7%

»

49%

100

52%
88

Sale
Sale

Allied Supermarkets Inc—1
Allis-Chalmers Mfg com__10

Sale

12%

Sale

16%

Sale
Sale

12%

80,600

144,500
451,900

88%
11%
14%

Sale
Sale
Sale

500

1,800

131,000
84,800
890,000
318,900

88%
16%

89
Sale

90%
16%

95

52,900

preferred—100
Alpha Portland Cement
10
Alside Inc
Aluminium Ltd

27

2oya
54%

Sale
Sale
Sale

25%
21%

23

Sale

27%

Sale

23%

35,500
294,800

111,400
7,400

32,500

20,600
110,300

65,600
458,600

136,900

237,700
548,400

228,900
600

1,800
231,900
4,600

47,000
1,300
210

610

46,300
23,600

216,400

121,900
119,900

301,500
343,300
36,000

87,200

72,600

13,900
24,400
5,400

30,500
71,000
14,100
14,300
1,720

2,600
270

701,100
48,400

159,600
12,200
127,200
34,500
4,700
75,300
105,500
18,100
136,100
157,600

458,200
112,800
4,700

297,700
444,891
114,700
511,900
368,800

3,100
17,900

10,200
80,400

20

670

'•

:

*
—*

Aluminum Co of America__l
Amalgamated Sugar' Co—

22 y2
113 y2
23%

Amerace Corp—.
12.50
Amerada Petroleum
»
Amer Agri Chem (Del)
*
American Airlines com
1

3y2%

conv

Sale
Sale

18% Sale
97% 103

preferred—100

18

Sale

27%

Co..
*
American Bank Note com—5
6% preferred—
50
Amer Bosch Arma Corp
2
Amer Brake Shoe Co——•
American Bakeries

29%
62%

55

118
26

1S%

Sale
Sale
Sale

8%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

17%
27%
23%
523/4

Sale
Sale

24%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
26
Sale

90 y4 Mar
16% Mar

Sale
Sale

123%
31%

Sale

Sale

19%

Sale
Sale

115%
25 y2
18
101

Sale
26%
64%
Sale
Sale

22%
26 y2
63 y2
13%
52%

Sale
Sale

30 y4 Mar 4
44% Mar 29

Sale
Sale
Sale

41% Mar 12
10% Mar 27
48
Mar 6
20% Mar 5
23% Mar 27
453/4 Mar 12
88% Mar 12
49% Mar 1
38% Mar 13
32% Mar 1
58 ya Mar 14
30 y4 Mar 28

66

Sale

14%

Sale

15%

Sale

53

Sale

55%

mount Theatres Inc
1
American Can com
12.50

33%
45%

Sale
Sale

31%
45%

Sale
Sale

33

7% preferred
25
American Cement Corp
5
American Chain & Cable—*
Am Commerce Barge Line__3
American Consumer Indus.*
Amer-Crystal Sugar com__10
4V2% prior preferred—100
Amer-Cyanamid Co
10
American Distilling Co
10

40 y2

Sale

42 %

Sale

47%
21%
24 y4
40 y4

11%
49%
21 y4
24%
47%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

41%
10%
50%
22%

89
50

91%
Sale

40%
33%
59%

Sale
Sale

63

1
4
6

Mar
Mar 15
Mar 1
Mar 1
Mar 26.
Mar

8

24% Mar 27
15% Mar 8
64

Mar 14

58% Mar 28
3% Mar 4
37%. Mar 12
23% Mar 29

45 YB Mar 29

42

15%

Sale

Mar
Mar

100% Mar 28
22'% Mar 1

94 y4

101
233/4
26%

13 V2
853/4
70%
15%
253/4
12%
49 y4
15

Mar 11
Mar 6

99
21

22

12% Mar 1
15% Mar 27

13%
48%

61

Sa]e

Sale
Sale

98% 108
24%
26%

Sale
Sale

88

25%

Mar 22

893/4 Mar 26

28% Mar 13
93 Vt Mar 5
liy4 Mar 4
37% Mar 4
36% Mar 28
51% Mar 5

Sale
89

88

42

Mar

1

6
1
25% Mar l
20% Mar 1
5iy4 Mar 22
.

Mar 12
24
23% Mar 1

Sale

Mar

Mar

1
1

Mar 7
Mar 22
Mar 22
Mar 5
Mar 26
Mar 19
Mar 1

14

45
9
553/4
88 3/4
13

Mar 25
Mar 4
Mar

8

Mar 13
Mar
5

Mar 18

16% Mar
94 y4 Mar
17% Mar
30 y8 Mar
23% Mar
55 y4 Mar

1
29
28
11

28
1
27% Mar 1
25 y4 Mar 28
126% Mar 22
Mar 29
32
20% Mar 26
102
Mar 27
24% Mar 1
Mar 4
Mar 4
15% Mar 29
55 y2 Mar 29
27
67

Highest

393/4 Jan 7
72% Jan 17
12% Mar 26
743/4 Jan
4
68 y4 Feb 28
13% Jan
2
25
Mar 1
10% Mar 26
43% Mar 18
ll3/* Jan
3
22% Mar 4

14% Jan
57
Feb
54 ya Jan

3
12
2
2
12
3

3% Jan
35

Feb

19

Jan
26% Mar 26
91
Jan
9

10 Yb
33%
323A
47%

Mar 27
Mar 20
Jan
2
Jan

93
193A
42 y4
13 Ya

40

3

42

Mar 22

893/4 Mar 26
14% Jan 14

88%
80

16%
27

Feb
Jan
Feb

26
15
14

Jan 24
Jan 24

13%
54%
153/4
26%
16%

Feb
Jan
Jan

Feb

6
28
8
6

65

Jan

4

59%
4%
38 y8
23%

Jan 10
Jan 14
Jan
8
Mar 29
Jan 29
Jan 22
Jan 11
Jan 11
Jan 23
Jan 28

30%
93%
13

42%
38%
52%

Jan

2

100% Mar 28

Jan
Mar

2

Jan
Jan

2

23 y4 Feb 25
46% Jan 15
14% Jan 28
45
Mar 4

4

2
Feb 15

7
2
49% Jan
87% Feb 15
11% Jan 2
2
14% Jan
.

89
Jan
16 y4 Feb

3
28
Feb 28
2
Jan

25»4
20%
5iy4 Mar 22
20 3/4 Jan
7
2
22% Jan
113 Ya Jan

2

22% Jan 16
17% Jan 3
97

Feb
17% Jan
26
Feb
62
Jan
13% Jan
48% Jan

11
2
14
14
2
11

9

Mar

8

55% Mar 13
91

Jan

17

13% Jan 10
17 Ya Jan 29
94 Ya Mar 29
19% Feb
7
30% Jan
8
23% Mar 28
60% Jan 14
28 y4 Feb 27
25 y4 Mar 28
126% Mar 22
32

Mar 29

20% Feb
102

6

Mar 27

26
Feb
29 Ya Jan
67
Feb
16% Jan

55% Feb

11
17
26
11
19

Broadcasting-Para

93

49%
38%
35%

American Elec Power
6.50
American Enka Corp
5
When issued
2.50
Amer Export Lines Inc—40c
Amer <& Foreign Power.
*
Amer Harware Corp
12.50
American Home Products—1
Amer Hospital Supply
American International
1
Amer Invest Co of 111 com.l
5V*% prior preferred—100

58
18 y8
9
36 y4

52%
22

14%
20 y4
104

Foundry—
Common
1.75
3.90% preferred
100
Amer Mtal Climax Inc
1
4V* % conv preferred—100
American Metal Products—2

41

y4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

isya
Sale
107

22%
10%

44%

47%
92

54%
403/4
34 y8
60

Sale

15%
20 %
102

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

303/s
25%
uy8
38 y2
49%
19%
15%

Sale
Sale
Sale

51%
19%

93%

25

Sale

38

Sale
Sale
48%

Sale

21% Mar 15
10% Mar 1
37 y8 Mar 4
49% Mar 25
18% Mar 21
Mar 4
15
20% Mar 1
101% Mar 18

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
21
Sale
101% 103

15%
Sale
106

34 ya Mar
46% Mar
42% Mar
11% Mar
50% Mar
22% Mar
25 y2 Mar
49% Mar
92
55

Mar

Mar
41% Mar
34% Mar
62
Mar
31
Mar
2534 Mar

26
7
5
1
29

27
6
26
19
29
15
11
13
21
29
14
22

11% Mar
40 y4 Mar
533/a Mar 8
20% Mar 7
Mar 22
16
21% Mar 28
101 % Mar 18

30y4 Mar 4
44% Mar 23

38y4 Jan 14
47% Feb 1

40 y2 Jan
2
10% Mar 27
47 y4 Jan
2
20
Jan 25
23% Jan
8

42y2 Jan 30
11% Jan 22

41%
88 y4
47 3A
383/8
32%
57 y4

Jan
3
Mar 12
Jan
2
jan
3
Mar 1
Jan
3
30y4 Mar 28
17% Jan
2
8% Jan
2
343.4 Jan 30
49% Mar 25
18% Mar 21
15
Jan
3
20 Ya Jan
2
101% Mar 18

51

Feb

7

22% Mar 27
28% Jan 24
50
94

Feb 27
Jan 18

54% Mar 28
44% Jan 23
36% Jan
3
62% Jan 18
31

Mar 21

25% Mar 29
113/4 Mar 14
40 y4 Mar 22
58% Jan 22
23
16

Jan
4
Jan 23
21% Jan
7
104
Jan 25

Amer Mach &

t

218,500

918,200

;■? 100

220

90,400
3,600
16,700
6,900

307.600
26,200
60,400
21,800

20%
81

31%
101

,—•

14%
27%

683,300 4,140,000
58,900
187.200
27,700
70,900
6,600
29,400

American Motors
—1.66%
American Natural Gas
10
American News Co
•
American Optical Co
1

16%
41%
23 y4
61%

537,500 1,958.700
85,500
196,200
149,300
420,200

Amer Photocopy Equip
•
Amer Potash & Chemical
•
Am Radiator & Stand San_5
7% preferred
1100
Am Research & Dev Corp—1

40

230

20.800

55,200

8,900

9,600

38,900
31,800

46,600
1,800

137,700
5,600

9,000

29,800

180

880

American Meter

Co

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

American Seating Co
10
American Ship Building—•
Amer Smelt'g & Refin'g
•
7% preferred—
100

11% Sale
30% Sale
12% Sale
147% 150
i6 y4
Sale
30% Sale
9% Sale
Sale
57%
151
152%

American Snuff Co com_8%
6% non-cum pfd
100

21 y4
Sale
125
127%

.

21%
84%
35
106

16%
27%
20 y8
41%

223/8
62%

208,800
237,200
193,400

363,700 1.431,100

503,400 1,124,500
4,700

12,820

99,700

795,100

For




Ltd

£1
Amer Sugar Refin com
25
7% preferred
25
American Tel & Tel
33%
American Tobacco—
Common
6%
preferred
American Viscose

footnotes,

see page

6.2jf

26%

Sale

40%
32%
116%

Sale
Sale

Sale

233%
125

30%
513/4
39%
118%

29 y4
128

Sale

28%

100

Corp

Sale
85%
Sale
Sale
Sale

21%

Sale

131%

25

60%

Sale

60%

86%

34%

Sale
Sale
Sale

107%
16 y4

27%
Sale

20% Mar 19
85
Mar 14
34

Mar 20

1053/4 Mar

1
16
Mar 24
26% Mar 18

22% Mar

20% Jan

85
36

81

4
Mar 14

Mar 12

108% Mar 11
17

Mar 11
Mar 5
Mar 7

27

Sale

19%
42%
63%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Mar 29
40% Mar 21
21
Mar 26
61
Mar 7

273/4
21%
43% Mar ll
23% Mar 8
64% Mar 27

11

Sale

10% Mar 22

13% Mar

28

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
127 y2

Sale

84
'

Sale

27 Yb Mar 25
13% Mar 1

14% Mar 27

22

Sale
13%
28%
Sale
13% Sale
152% 154%
17% Sale
31
Sale
10% Sale
Sale
61%
157%
Sale

Amer-So African Inv Co

86.300
66,100
110,600

.

27
68

Amer

10,400
28,900

conv

7%

Sale

Prices

Vt Mar 4
13% Mar 14
42% Mar 28
7% Mar 1
52 y2 Mar 1

Sale

Sale

1003'4

Mar
Mar

6
4
28
1
4
1
4
5
26
7
27

Sale

Prices

20 y2 Mar
26% Mar
Mar
93
10% Mar
33% Mar 20
33 y4 Mar ll
48 y2 Mar 22

Sale

13%

40%

97% 100

Mar
Mar

3% Mar
35% Mar

Sale
95 y2

43%

13 %

*

4.08%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

5

Allied Mills

27,800

Sale

13%

Allied Kid Co

preferred

22 y4
143/8
593/4
543/4

1
1
26
6
19
21
1

Mar
Mar
Mar
Masc26
Mar 18

12 y4 Mar

Sale

21%
45 y8

18,600

4%

Sale

Sale
Sale

20,000

920

43%

22%
42 y2
44

36
50

6,100

Inc

Sale
Sale

35
51

5,300

44 yB

68%
14%
25
10%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

33%

Mar

Lowest

Sale
Prices

12 y4 Mar
so y4 Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

12%

Highest

803/4 Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Allen

or

Ask

Sale
Sale
Sale

15%

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest
Sale
Prices

19

14%

•

Jan

2
14% Jan
26 y2 Mar 18

16

Jan

2

39% Feb 26
21
61

Mar 26
Mar 7

10% Jan 17
27 Ya Mar 25
2
12% Jan

127

34% Mar 25

26% Jan

3

54

34% Mar 25

393/4 Jan
37% Jan

2

54

150

Jan

16% Jan
30 y4 Jan
9 Vt Jan

7
2

2

Sale

30% Mar

Sale
Sale

50

Sale

48% Mar
38% Mar
118% Mar

l
6
6
1

Mar 25
39% Mar 25
122 Ya Mar 13

114% Jan

28
Mar
130% Mar
60 y4 Mar

1
6
1

32% Mar 13
136% Mar 26
62% Mar 8

2
127% Jan
593/4 Feb 18

Sale

61

Sale
Sale

29.

/

15

2
4

Mar 26

18% Mar 6
33% Mar 29
10% Mar 4
683/4 Mar 21

33%

30%
135%

65% Jan 25

21 y4 Jan
125
Jan

153

Mar

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

23
Feb 14
45 Vt Jan 18
24% Jan 24

24% Mar 8
126% Mar 20

22% Mar 21
124% Mar 11

Sale
Sale

Mar 11
7

Mar 26

23 %
Sale
125% 127%

39y4
121%

17

29% Jan

2
2
3

164

Sale

24 Vt Feb
1
85
Mar 14
36% Jan 29
109
Jan 30

56 Ya Jan
151
Jan

Mar 20
31
Mar 1
9% Mar 18
61% Mar 1
157% Mar 1

17

30% Jan
101

2
2
3
2

Jan 25
Jan
7
Mar 27
Jan 25
Jan 24
34% Feb
4
11% Jan 14
68 3A Mar 21
164
Mar 26

30

Sale
153% 154 »/2
Sale
17%
33% Sale
10
ioy4
Sale
67%
163% Sale

152% Mar 18

1
4

Jan

28

Mar

32%
14%
154 Vt
183/4

24% Jan 17
Jan

Feb

21

21

5
2

41% Feb 15
125% Feb
7

1

323A Mar 13
136% Mar 26
65% Feb
6

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

April, 1963
Aggregate Sales
in
March

Shares

Shares

10,000

30,800

2,900

7,900
I860

New York
Stock Exchange

Since
Jan. 1

430
30

STOCKS
Amer Water Works Co
6%
preferred
5Va%
preferred

990

5%

2,200

7,500

5%

262,400

310,400

6,700
61,000
190,300
26,000
29,800

17,100
136,000
634,800
153,500
115,300
405,500
15,270

90,100

3,360
24,000

85,600

preferred
preference

Amer Zinc Lead &
Ametek Inc
AMP Inc endorsed

Price Jan. 2,
1963
Opening or
Bid
Ask

Par

22%

Sale

24%

Sale

24%

26%

27

28

26
25

26%

27%
26 %

24

Sale
Sale
Sale

26
24 y4

27
Sale

28 y4
26 %
26

16%
44%

Sale
Sale
Sale

25

25
25

Smelt—1
*

13%
46%
25%
16%
21%

1

shs

1
-50
•

30ya
40%
26%

Anchor Hock Glass com_6.25

28%

Amsted Industries Inc
Anaconda Co

Anaconda Wire & Cable

100

360

34,200
164,700

58,700
344,100
167,700

53,000
429,000
279,300
229,000
122,400
2,150

12,100

29,200

770

3,600
40,500

5,820
16,000
139,200

71,200

211,400

6,800

28,600

64,200
1,090
12,200

137,100
2,590

26%

Sale
27 y4

45

Armstrong Rubber Co
Arnold Constable Corp

67

*
1

87%
34

34 %

10

10%

17%
26%
25%

Sale
Sale

5
Aro Corp
2.50
Arvin Industries Inc
2.50
Ashland Oil & Refining—1
Associated Brewing Co
1

,

2 »/2

Sale
Sale

50c
1st preferred
100
Associates Investment Co_10
Atchison Top & San Fe—

45 y4
109%
61 y4

Sale
Sale
Sale

10
5% non-cum preferred_10
Atlantic City Electric—

25 y4

4%
-100

43%

Atlantic Coast Line RR
*
Atlantic Refining com
10
$3.75 pfd series B
100
Atlas Chem Industries Inc_l
Atlas Corporation com
1

47%
48%
88 y4

20

43
29

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

95

96

37%
33 y4
15%
43

Sale
Sale

347s
27%
17%

32%

Sale

42%
3oy8

Sale
Sale

54%
44 y8

Sale
89%
Sale

79

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

38%
11%
19%
31%

1

Armstrong Cork Co com
$3.75 preferred

24%

33%

33%
30%

52%
42%
72%

42%

27

24%
21 y4

Sale
97%

22%
32%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
28%
26%

15%
23%

52

10
5

Armco Steel Corp
Armour & Co

26%

or

Ask

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

15

41%
30%

Archer-Daniels-Midland —•
Arizona Public Service—2.50

19,500
112,100
72,300
65,800
43,400
1,050

37%

1

Apco Oil Corp

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

92

*

preferred

26

37%
16 %

Anderson Clayton & Co_21%
Anken Chemical Film Cp_20c

84,600

Bid

25

1
Amphenol-Borg Elect Corp-1

$4

Closing

96

88

Sale
Sale

32%
44%
32 y4

88%

38%

12

Sale
Sale
Sale

ny2
19%
34

19%
Sale

26%

Sale

2%

Sale

27%
2%

Sale
Sale

47%

Sale

Associated Dry Goods—

62,800

247,500
89,500

221,900

10,900

1,920
152,800
230,000
6,260

5.25%

39,900

310

Common

36,800
92,900
2,690

688,400

60,500

441,700

140,000

485,800

11,200
153,700

Jan
Jan

24

Jan

2

28% Feb
5
26% Mar 19
26 y4 Feb
7
25
Jan 29

21% Mar 15
45
Mar 5
29% Mar 29

13% Jan 18

16%
24%
33%
45%

Mar 27
Mar 5
Mar 7
Mar 20

14% Mar 19

35

Mar 13

24 y4 Mar 1
16 y4 Mar 1
42
Mar 19
25% Mar 6
14% Mar 19
22% Mar 1
32 y4 Mar 22
43% Mar 6
30% Mar 5
Mar 1
30
Mar 25
95
33% Mar 27
25% Mar 22

15% Mar 1
Mar 29
42
Mar 29
30

51% Mar

6

Mar 1
72% Mar 1
88 y2 Mar 29
42

36% Mar 21
Mar 15
18% Mar 6
31% Mar 1
26% Mar 11
2% Mar 5
11

46y4 Mar 11
109
Mar 1
58% Mar 1

Sale
Sale

26 Ya

Sale

27

Sale

10%

Sale

11

Sale

10% Mar

46%

Sale
93

45%

45%

45% Mar 28

93 y2

88%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

15%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

15 y4

Sale

2y4

Sale

2%

Sale

Mar 21
Mar 1
49% Mar 6
87% Mar 1
15 y8 Mar 29
2y8 Mar 14
15 y8 Mar 1

10%

90

91

52%
51%
87%

Sale

52

Sale
Sale

53%

16%
2%

Sale
Sale

90
52

15%

Sale

25y8

Sale

20% Mar

22,800

$1.20 conv prior pref
*
Automatic Canteen
2.50
Avco Corp
-3
Avnet Electronics Corp—5c

28

Sale
Sale

34%

Sale

28% Mar

14%
25 y8

Sale
■Sale
Sale

13%

Sale

Sale

24%

21%

Sale

20%

Sale

21%

5%

5%
Sale

12%
13 y8

Sale
Sale

5y8
47%
.12%
13%

Sale

49

Sale
Sale
Sale

4%
49%
11%
13 y8

32%

Sale

33%

100%

Sale

Sale
104%

34
100%

63,500

208,800

770
380

2,790
1,080

23,200

63,300
15,400
47,000
27,600
30,300
2,920
18,800
32,000

28,800
9,100
12,600

46,100
129,200
44,400
54,100

2,400
14,200

45,800
14,200

390

127,600

350

1,250
112,800

270,200

150

240

42,000
30,300
2,100
48,400
91,400
20,000

169,700
149,600

13,900
74,200

404,100
109,100
177,800
171,200
8,600

2,900
281,400
30,400
101,400

preferred!

Babbitt (B T) inc
1
Babc'k & Wilcox Co (The)_9
Baker Oil Tools Inc
1

Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton —13
Baltimore Gas & Elec Co—
Common
*
4%% pfd series B
100
496
pfd series C
._100
Baltimore & Ohio com—10o

4% non-cum pfd—i—100
Bangor & Aroostook Corp—1
10
1
50

Barber Oil Corp
Basic Inc common

5% conv preferred
Basic Products Corp
Bath Iron Works Corp
Bausch & Lomb Inc
Baxter Labs Inc

1
10
10
1

*

Bayuk Cigars Inc

Beam (James B) Distilling_2
Beatrice Foods Co com_12.50
New common wi
*

4%%

930

25,900
60,700

5%

100

preferred

Beaunit Corp
2.50
Beckman Instruments Inc—1
Beck Shoe 4% % pfd
Beech Aircraft Corp
Beech Creek RR Co
Beech-Nut Life Savers
Belco Petroleum Corp

15

15%

Sale

71

Sale

75

82

Sale

10%
40%
13%
40%
27 Ya
24y4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

11%

Sale
Sale
Sale

11

45

45%

43%
38%

Sale
Sale

58

58%

99% 100%
21
Sale
105% Sale
64

66%

15%

50
5
1

34

Sale
35
Sale
Sale

1

Bell & Gossett Co
2
Bell & Howell Co
5
Bell Intercontinental Corp_l
Bendix Corp
5
Beneficial Finance Co com_l

5% preferred
$4.50 conv pfd__

50
100

Benguet Consol Min—2 pesos
1

Best & Co Inc

Bestwall

12y4M2%

40c

Gypsum Co

34%
13 Ya
19%
13%
23%
9y4
55

51%
51%
114%
1%
32%
27%

13%

Sale

40
27
23

Sale
Sale
Sale

44%

Sale

45

Sale
45 y4
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

37
62%
46%,
103 y4

Sale

36%

Sale

471/2
102

Sale
Sale

21

Sale

88%

Sale

62

50%

Sale
Sale
35%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

56

Sale

21
95 y4

20%

63%
15 y8
34%
36%
13%
19%

Sale

16

Sale

23%
ioy8

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
116
Sale
Sale

Sale

53

54%
51

114%
1%
31%

30%

Sale
46%
Sale
Sale
Sale
65
Sale
35
Sale

Sale
20

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
52

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

15%
34%

39%
13%
19 y8
is y4
21 y2

10%

29
14

16% Mar 1
2% Mar 1
15% Mar 26

5% Mar 1
51% Mar 25
12% Mar 4
14% Mar 7

Sale

44%
13%
37%
27%
24%

8
29
18

4% Mar 20
47% Mar 1
11% Mar 26
12% Mar 22

35%

Sale

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

Sale
Sale

48%

Sale

Sale
122
1% Sale
Sale
32%
30% Sale

52
118

100

1
Mar 18

34% Mar
103% Mar

90

Mar 26

92% Mar
36% Mar
51% Mar
16% Mar
86 y4 Mar
11% Mar

33% Mar

34% Mar 1
48% Mar 29
13% Mar 25
Mar l
Mar 27
Mar 27
Mar 1
Mar 20
Mar 6
Mar 6
Mar 1
44
Mar 4
36
61% Mar 4
Mar 6
46
100% Mar 12
20% Mar 6
88% Mar 29
75

10%
44%
13 y2
36%
26%
22 y4

62

14%
34 y4
36%
12%
19 y8
15%
21%
10
50%
53 y4
51 y4

114%
1%
30%
29

30 Ya Jan
40 y2 Jan
27 y4 Jan
28% Jan
92
Jan
33% Mar
25% Mar
is y2 Feb
40% Jan

3
2
2
3

2
2
27
22
27

30
Mar 29
30
51% Mar 19

48

Feb

Mar 29
Mar 20
Mar 21
Mar 1
Mar 19
Mar 19
Mar 6
Mar 28
Mar 15
Mar 22
Mar 19
Mar 8
Mar 1
Mar 15
Mar 1
Mar 22

45% Mar
13% Mar
40
28

Mar

Mar

24% Mar

8
8
8
5

62%
49%
103%
21%
97%

95

Jan 29
8
7
18% Mar 22
43% Mar 13

39% Jan
41% Jan

33% Jan 15

3

40

4
2
2

2
2

13% Jan 25
20% Feb 13
34% Mar 27
27% Mar 28
3% Jan 14

43% Jan 22
108 % Feb
5

110% Jan 22

66%
87%

34%
10%
17%
26 V2

25% Jan
2% Jan

48% Mar 27
Jan 15

2

10»/4 Jan

2

27% Mar 12
11
Mar 18

43% Jan

2
10

48% Jan 28
93% Mar 29

21
2
17

54% Feb 14

11
2

17% Feb 26
2% Feb 25
15% Mar 26

87

Jan
46% Jan
48
Jan
86% Jan
14% Jan

2% Jan

14% Jan
3
17% Jan 8
25% Jan 28
13% Mar 29

54

Jan 29

89% Mar 14

27% Mar 21

1

38
Mar 18
17% Jan 23
26% Jan 22

19% Feb 25

24% Mar 18

4% Mar 20
46% Feb
5
11 y4 Mar 26
13
Feb 12

5% Jan
7
51% Jan
4
14% Jan 24

23

Mar

32% Jan
100% Jan
88

26%

Jan
Jan

2
4
3

16
2
3

12

Jan

71

Jan
2
Jan
2
Jan
7
Jan
3
Mar 20
Jan 21
Mar 6

64% Mar 7
16% Mar 27
34% Mar 27

Mar 12

Jan

27
26

Mar 1
Mar 14
Mar 7
Mar 5
Mar 4

4

35% Feb 14
33% Mar 29

56% Jan 28
47% Jan 25
79
Mar 29
92% Feb
1

Mar
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan

46% Jan

45% Mar 12
37% Mar 6

4

1
7
2

42

15

14
13
12
1
12
29

Jan

Feb 13
34 y8 Feb 25

47%
93%
54%
53%
89%

1

Sale

28 Ya
47 Ya

20% Jan

6

Mar 15
Jan 30
Mar 29

64

20% Mar

Sale

25% Mar

21%
48%
29%
17%
25%

58% Feb 25

Sale

Sale
Sale

Mar 19

25

Sale

50%

90

48% Mar 27

110% Mar 25
60% Mar 14

Mar 18
38
15% Mar 13
25 y8 Mar 27
24% Mar 8

34%

90

Mar 13

27% Mar 21

90

88

3

1

92%
Sale

103

27% Mar 28

1
13% Mar 29
Mar 1
23

Sale
91%
Sale

100
1

Belding-Hemingway

14%
23

33 y4 Mar 29
95
Mar 25
38
Mar 4
34
Mar 5
18y4 Mar 22
43% Mar 13
32 y4 Mar 1
55 y2 Mar 28
45 y4 Mar 28
79
Mar 29
91% Mar 7
40
Mar 12
11% Mar 1
20 y4 Mar 18
34% Mar 27

42

27% Mar 12
11
Mar 18

Mar

26

Sale

166,700

23,900

26
25

21
29%

238,700

1,600

26% Mar 19
26 y4 Mar 19
24% Mar 21

15%

56,300

61,000
9,100

26 y4 Mar 5
Mar 20
26

Sale

38,700

63,700
1,600

25% Mar 12

4
9
16

15

72,200
94,300

68,400

2

26 % Jan

19

27,000
33,800

30,800

22% Jan

14%

736,700
752,600

4,700
5,800
5,800

preferred

Sale

25% Mar 12
28% Mar 19

Austin Nichols & Co com—*

34,600

197,700
419,200

570

4%

60%

Sale
Prices

24% Mar 21
27% Mar 11

214,900
774,000

8,900
14,400
7,900

Common

48% Sale
llOaV 110%

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices

Highest

Sale
Prices

Sale

13,200
133,100

3,000

Common

Sale
58%
Sale

109

17

STOCKS

-PRICES IN MARCHLowest
March 29

com_5

Corp

Ampex

March 1
Opening or
Bid
Ask

—

10%
39%
13%
36%
26
22 y4

42
36

Jan 22

36% Feb
106% Feb
92% Mar
36% Mar

7
6
8
5

51% Jan 7
17% Jan 29
86 y4 Mar 26

Jan

12%
46 y4
15%
45%
29%
25 %
47 y2

Mar

41% Jan 29

2
4
58% Jan 10

46
100

14

Mar
Jan
Mar

6
3
6

Mar
Mar
Feb
Jan
Jan
19
Jan
13% Jan
21% Mar
9
Jan
50% Mar

29
20

20%
88% Mar 29
62

14%
34%
34y2
12%

4

39% Mar 27
14 y4 Mar 8
19% Mar 8
18% Mar 25
23% Mar 1
10% Mar 5
53 y2 Mar 1
56% Mar 29
52 y8 Mar 20
122% Mar 22
1% Mar 1
32% Mar 15
Mar 29
31

49% Jan 15
51% Feb 28
114% Mar 1
2
1% Jan
30% Feb 27
26% Jan 2

31% Mar 4
159% Mar 25

153

2
8
9
3

29
2
22

Feb 25
Feb 25
Jan 29
9
Jan
4
Feb
Jan
4

Jan 10

64% Jan 25
49% Mar 14
103% Mar 7
23% Jan 18
115% Jan 14
66

Jan 15
8
35
Jan 30
7
39% Feb
15% Jan 29

16% Jan

20% Jan 18

18% Mar 25
9
24% Jan
11
Jan
7
59% Jan 24
56% Mar 29
7
52% Jan
122% Mar 22
6
1% Feb
35% Jan 15

32% Feb 15

Bethlehem Steel Corp—

335.900 1,241,200
3,600
13,500
33,900

83,400

90

410

14,900
50,600
4,300
52,600
47,700
221,400
2,400
35,000

40,100

109,600
21,600

5

Common

1% preferred
100
Bigelow-Sanford common 5
4% % pfd ser of 1951—100
Black & Decker Mfg Co—50c
Blaw-Knox Co
Bliss & Laughlin Inc
Bliss (E W) Co
Bobbie Brooks Inc

10

2.50.

214,800
159,700
723,300
19,700
61,100

Bohn Alum & Brass Corp
Bond Stores Inc

6,300
47,100

17,900
157,300

Book-of-the-Month
Club Inc
Borden Co (The)

54,300

203,500

80

720

21,700
21,700
3,500
2,200
20,600
64,400

73,700
81,600

13,300

19,400
45,400

21,300

23,900
52,700
297,600
80,700
78,400
192,200

10

170

16,700

60,100

1,440

4,720
12,100

2,800
For




50c
*

Boeing Co ("The)

Borg-Warner Corp com
3 %%
preferred

5
5
1

1.25

7.50
5
100

Borman Food Stores Inc
1
Boston Edison Co
10
Boston A Maine RR com—*

596 preferred
Brach (E J) & Sons
Braniff Airways Inc
Briggs Manufacturing
Briggs & Stratton

Bristol-Myers Co
3% % preferred

com

Brooklyn Union Gas
5.5096 pfd series A
Brown

footnotes,

see

Shoe
page

Inc

29.

100
*
2.50

3.50
3
1
100
10
100
15

28% Sale
150% 151%
21%, Sale
87
87%
51% 52%
27% Sale
Sale
22 y4
12% Sale
Sale
23%
37% Sale
30% 30%
18% Sale

158%

23%
87%
54%
27%
24 y4

Sale
89
Sale

23%
87%
57%

Sale

29%
24%

14

Sale
Sale

24%
38%
33

19%

22%
57%

Sale
Sale

42%
84%
10%
35%
3%
5%

Sala
85

Sale
Sale

61
41%
86%
10%
37%
4%
8%

34%

Sale
Sale

33%
10%

10%

Sale
Sale

22%

Sale
89

25%
36%
32 %
18%

Sale
Sale
Sale
88%
Sale

22%
60%

22%
Sale

42%
86%
11%

Sale
Sale
Sale

39

Sale
87%
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

33%

Sale

10%

Sale

4%
43
91

Sale

89%
39%

92
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
33%
Sale

5%

Sale

4%

Sale

43%
89%

Sale

87
88

37%
Sale
91%

88

89%

37

Sale

37%
112%
91

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

36%

111% 112
85% Sale

30%

Sale
Sale

30%
159

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

15

4%
8

113

90%

4%
8%

Sale
Sale

30
158
23

86%
54 y4
26%

24%
13%
23%
35 y8
32
18

Mar 25
Mar 1
Mar 4
Mar 27
Mar 4
Mar 6
Mar 1
Mar 19
Mar 6
Mar 26
Mar 27
Mar 14

24

Mar

7

87% Mar 7
58% Mar 28
Mar 28
30
25% Mar 11
15
Mar 28
25% Mar 25
38% Mar 4
33% Mar 7

28% Jan

2
Jan
4
20% Jan
3
86 y4 Mar 27
51 y4 Jan
8
26% Mar 6
2
21% Jan
2
12% Jan
2
22% Jan
35 ya Mar 26
30% Jan 4
18
Mar 14

20

Mar

21% Mar 22

23

Mar

Mar 18
41% Mar 6

62% Mar

57

42%
86%

85

57

Mar 13
10% Mar 4
37% Mar 1
4% Mar 7
8
Mar 19
32% Mar 15
10 Ya Mar 18
4% Mar 7
41% Mar 6
86% Mar 1
89% Mar 25
37
Mar 1
111% Mar 22
89% Mar 8
86

1

7
8
Mar 29
Mar 28
Mar 29
Mar 12

11%
39%
4% Mar
9

Mar

4
4

34

Mar

7

11% Mar 25
5y8 Mar 15

44% Mar 22
91

Mar 13
89% Mar 25
39% Mar 28
113
Mar 29
91
Mar 1

21% Feb 14
Mar 18
41% Jan
8
Jan

11

10% Mar
35% Jan

4
2

3% Jan
5% Jan

2
2

30% Feb 12
10% Mar 18
4% Feb
4
37% Jan
3
85% Jan 26
87 y2 Jan
2
36 y2 Jan
3
111% Jan
4
85 y2 Jan
2

32% Feb 18
159% Mar 25
24
90

58%

30%
25%
15 y8

27%
40%
35%
20

Mar
Feb
Mar
Jan
Mar
Feb
Jan
Feb
Feb
Feb

23% Jan
62% Feb

7
25
28
30

11
13
14
4

18
25

9
6

44% Feb 11
87% Feb 19
11% Jan 15
39% Feb 25
5% Feb 14
9% Feb 13
34% Jan
2
12% Feb - 1
6% Jan 14
47

Jan 30

94
Feb 18
89% Jan 18
40
114

Jan 18
Jan 21

93% Jan 10

18

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

Aggregate Sales

New York
Stock Exchange

Since

in
March

Jan. I

Shares

Shares

384,700 1,917,900
27,600
8,700

Price Jan. 2,

Opening
Par

Brunswick Corp

Bid
18 Va

*
1

58s/a
28 Va

5

15

Buckingham Corp cl A

41,900

138,200

24,100
50,300
400

44,100

115,500
246,200
1,100
12,400
90,100

15,300

46,200

18,300

149,200

260,800 1,148,400
460

50

~270

~690

13,900
108,700
8,200

45,900
786,100
17,300
8,700

2,100

381,200
122,600
150,200
76,000
110,200
113,000
70,600
1,670
1,000
107,200
190,600

201.600
32,800
57,700
18,000
30,400
25,800
21,600

1,060
260

24,100
78,300
9,200
10,300
15,200

36,900
30,900

49,700

1,630
94,100

570

28,500

47,800
103,600

r

13,100
28,700
1,090
1,300
27,100
98,500
1,310
26,300
134,900

2,340
6,500
84.900
608,900
278,780

3,300

162,300
402,300
10,700

99,000

378,600

preferred

4%

9%

20~706

61,200
66,300
1,580:
126,400
152,790
52,100
82,300
207,800
513,800
252,200

21,500
500

56,600
56,000
17,300
2,900
40,800
116,000
51,500

9%

1
2.50
1

8%
24%
4%

11%
12%
96%
21%
91%

49%
io y8

2nd

5%

pfd

Corp common

preferred

50

30

13%
19%
15%

30,400
1,260
114,000
141,200

305,400
325,400

Champion Spark Plug Co_l%
Champlin Oil & Refin Co
1

8,700
25,500
98,300
5,800
107,400

49,300
101,200
174,800
14,600
363,300

Checker Motors Corp
Chemetron Oprp

300

500

20,500
3,300
18,600
6,100
42,500

83,000
9.200
1,100
32,900
14,100
195,300

6,600

20,800

29,100
19,300
21,300

93,100
64,400
102,900
223,000
6,400
2,500
156,000

21

Chadbourn Gotham Inc_
1
Chain Belt Co
10
Champion Papers Inc corn.*
$4.50 preferred
•

'9,500

310

54,200
2,810
900

41,100
64,600

244,800

806,600 3,757,200
11,800
89,200
4,420
1,400
450
,2,260
15,800
43,200
206,600
436,700
305.500
115,800
9,100
5,900
21,300
9,300
53,500
4,700

38,900
24,200
113,200
65,200
162,500

26,300
1,080

23,100
72,700
3,200

380
350

1,270
1,510

32,400

157,100

v

4%
33%
25%
99
33

30%
21%
18%
5%
36%
51%
84%
52%

1.25
1
1
5

Chemway Corp
Chesapeake Corp of Va
Chesapeake & Ohio com 25
3 Va % conv preferred
100
Chesebrough-Pond's Inc
2
Chicago & Eastern HI RR_*
__

Class

A

9

^40

Chicago Great Western
5% preferred

16%
14%
29%

50
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
Chicago Pneumatic Tool
8
Chic Rock Isl & Pac RR
*
Chicago Yellow Cab
•
Chickasha Cotton Oil
5

Chock Full O'Nuts Corp
Chris-Craft Industries-

Co

$4.4o conv preferred
City Investing Co
I
City Products Corp
City Stores Co
Clark Equipment Co

..10

*
5
•
5

10
Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Co
1
Cleve Elec Ilium com
15
$4.50 preferred
»
Clev &Pitts RR Co 7% gtd_50
Special gtd 4% stock.
50
Clevite Corp—
1
Cluett Peabody & Co—
Common
3.25

19,200
600
175,400
44,800
9,700
100,300

281.200
172,000

Coastal States Gas Pro33Vb
Coca-Cola (The)
•

-36,300
292,000

520

2,420

1.060

40,600

172,300

92.400
72.900
1.900

545,800
376,700
5,700

7%

preferred

Colgate-Palmolive
$3.50 preferred

com.

5%%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

15

Sale

94%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

22 vb
93

52%
9%
43%

-

13%
105% 107
63% Sale
35%
39%
48%
33

62%
9

74

3%
34%
23%
37
141

Sale
Sale
50
34 VB
Sale

Sale
76
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
144

92

Sale

19

19%

133/4 Mar 15
28% Mar 29
18% Mar 19
9
Mar 27

9%

9%

10 Vb
25%
5%

Sale

21%
92%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

53

53%

12'/a
14%
95%

9%
253/b
47 %
27%
14%
106 %
64%
33%
40

49%
32%
58 Vb
8%
713/4
3%
36%

16%

51

48

Sale
50

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
37 %
Sale
98
Sale
Sale
17
Sale
30

21%
16%
21%
4

37%
27%
98 %
37

29%
24
20
6

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale*
Sale
Sale

75%
34%
47 %
100 %
24
44 %

29=/b
13%
22%
14%
22 Vb

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

23

63/4
43%
56%

193/4

18

33%

Sale
Sale

18%
32

10%

Sale

60

Sale
Sale

10%
58 %

%
10%

18
16

92

56%
9%

Sale
Sale

16

Sale
Sale

15%
14%

Sale
Sale
Sale
106 Va

Sale
Sale
93

92 Vb

15%
24%
27%
22%

13%
89

53%
91

104% 105%

Sale
Sale
Sale

38
45

Sale
Sale

60%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

110

64
37
Sale

Sale
141

110%
23% 23%
29% Sale
8% Sale
34% Sale
41
65

100%
65

36%
40

42%
143
30
90

Sale
Sale
Sale
65%
37%
Sale

Sale

9

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

40% Sale
413/4 Sale
63 V2
Sale
111% 112%
23% Sale
29%
Sale
8%
Sae
32 %
Sale
42% Sale
65% Sale
10034 Sale
66%
36%

39%

433/4

67%
37%
Sale

84%

82%

84%

Sale
Sale
Sale
36

33
28 VB

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

22%

44
81
34

29.

Sale
58 Va
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

46%

Sale
Sale
Sale

84

32%
29%
9%
35%

33%

90
105

Sale
93/4
19%
Sale
Sale

50%

20%

preferred ser B—50

54%

Sale
98

21%

"sale

22%
8%
32 %

16%
26

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

144
Sale

85%

1
*
*

Sale
Sale
Sale

100%
373/4
31 Vb

Sale
Sale
Sale
98
Sale
Sale

55

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

20 3/8

90 Va

76%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

4
40
29

Sale

37%
55 %

1
6
19
28
19
26

Mar
24% Mar 6
16 VB Mar 20
Mar 26
48

Sale
Sale

14

7
15
1
27

16% Mar

41%
25%

42
29 Vb

1
1
22

17

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Mar
433% Mar
26% Mar
13 VB Mar
105% Mar
63% Mar
33 Vb Mar
39 Va Mar
493/8 Mar
Mar
32
58 VB Mar
8% Mar
70
Mar
33/4 Mar
34% Mar
22% Mar
36% Mar
1383/4 Mar
24

25%

41%
26%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Mar
Mar
Mar 15
Mar 14
Mar 1
Mar 1

25%
16%

17%

46%
100%
23 %

Mar

Mar
253/B Mar

17

76%
Sale
47%

Mar

Sale

19%

45%

Sale

Mar
Mar

93 %

19%

140

Sale
50
33
Sale

8%
24%
5%
11%
14%
94%
21%
91%
52 Va
9%

8

38%
140%

24

18%

36%
38%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

29
22
28
20

63

Sale
Sale
47%
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
51%

46
75 vb
34

93

Sale

Sale
Sale

16%

15% Mar l
12% Mar 19
85% Mar 11
31
Mar 4
10% Mar 1
59% Mar 4
10 % Mar 6
29% Mar 22
86% Mar 18

Sale '

Sale
Prices

Prices

173/4 Mar 4
Mar 29
62
27% Mar 7
16% Mar 4
13% Mar 13
87 % Mar 27
Mar 15
32
14 % Mar 29
62
Mar 25
11% Mar 13
31% Mar 13
86% Mar 18

923/4
143/4
283/4

Highest

16
57
25
14%

Mar 19

20% Jan

Jan
8
Jan 28
Jan
2

Mar
28% Jan
17
Feb
14% Feb
87v4 Mar
Jan
37
14 % Mar
Mar
62
123/s Jan

113A Jan
79% Jan
28% Jan
10% Jan
55

Jan
9% Jan

2
2

7
2
17
2

62

8

29
7
15
25
27
15
29
25
22

251/B Jan

3iy4 Mar 13

85

88

2
Jan 30

78%

24

39%
43%
56%
106%
21 Va
25%
8%
30%
37%
64%
101%

Collins & Aikman Corp
Collins Radio Co
1
Colorado Fuel & Iron com_5

For footnotes, see page




:—.—100

8%
24%
5%
12 %

19

Sale

Mar 19

58% Mar 1
25% Mar 19

76

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

105

Coca-Cola Bottling Co N Y_1

64,200

10

Sale
Sale
19%
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Prices
16

Lowest
Sale

Sale
Prices

87 %

73%
49%
91 Va

com

com

Va
29%

883/4

Highest

86%

16%
12%

1

4%

Cities Service

94
14

Sale
87%
78%
95%

60%
11%
30 V2

20%
27%
18%
23%
18 Va

25c

..25
8'/a
preferred
100
4%% preferred
100
Cincinnati Milling Mach
10
C I T Financial Corp
•

75%

31
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
51 %
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

9%
50%
13%

Chrysler Corp

Cincinnati G & E

30%

86%

92%
27%

77% Sale
33% Sale
46% Sale
99% 100
24% Sale
41% Sale

1
1

297,900
38,200
217,500
3,020

159,800

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

15%
39%
22%
15%

5

Products
Aircraft Co

13
86
32 »
14 Vb

27

21%

Central Hudson Gas & Elec.*
Central Illinois Light com.*
4%% preferred100
Central Illinois Pub Serv—*
Cent & South West Corp_2.50
Central Soya Ca
——*
Century Industries Co
•

Corp

Sale

Sale

90

1
Central Aguirre Sugar Co—5
Central Foundry Co
1
Central of Ga Ry com.
•
5% pfd series B vtc
100

Cessna

Sale

16%

Sale

19% 20%
38% Sale
132% 133%

_____20

Certain-teed

26%

Sale

24 va

Sale
Sale
48
Sale
29
30
54
Sale
7
Sale
64% Sale
3% / Sale
37%
Sale

Cenco Instruments Corp

Cerro

Sale

30%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
93
50
Sale

36%
37%

100
100
1

A

ser

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

62

1

preferred:.!

conv

62

14%
101%

Ceco Steel Products Corp.lo
Celanese Corp of Am com—•
7%

16%

13 %
85

92
Sale
Sale
Sale
10

Sale
Sale

Ask

Sale
Sale

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest
Sale

or

16%
58%
26 %
15%

22%
46%
26%

1
7% preferred
_100
6%% 2nd pfd
7
Caterpillar Tractor com...'

Celotex

800

.—33Vb

Carter Products Inc
Case (J I) common

52,100
9,400
133,100
49,200
17,500
1,100

100

21

Carpenter Steel Co
5
Carrier Corp common.
10
4%% preferred
—50
Carriers & General Corp—1

4%%

3,400
23,100
27,400
3,400

5

Breweries
Canadian Pacific Ry
25
Carborundum (The) Co_
5
Carey (Phillip) Mfg Co—10
Carlisle Corp
*
Caro Clinch & Ohio Ry—100
Carolina Power & Light
*

930

86 %

1

100
1

Canadian

44,600

11 %

Sale
87%
79%

76%
90%
14%
28 %

5
Campbell Red Lake Mines—1
Campbell Soup Co
1.80
Canada Dry Corp com_1.66%
$4.25 conv preferred
•
Canada Southern Ry Co_100

180

Sale

257/8

29

84%

Calif Financial Corp
California Packing
Callahan Mining Corp
Calumet & Hecla Inc

24,900
10,500

Sale

10%
59%

ll'/a
79%

—100

Byers (A M) Co

Bid

or
Ask

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

100

3%% preferred
4%%
2nd pref
Burndy Corp
Burroughs Corp
Bush Terminal Co—

Closing

Bid

59

Burlington Industries com—1

3,200

Co

Brie

March 29

Opening

or

10%

Budd (The) Co common—5
$5 preferred
*
Buffalo Forge Co
1
Bullard
Co
10
Bullock's Inc
5
Bulova Watch Co Inc
5

Bucyrus

March 1

Ask

-*

Buckeye Pipe Line' Co

STOCKS

PRICES IN MARCH-

1963

STOCKS

—

141
34 VB

93%

9%
34%

91

40

20
1
22
4
6
11
20
15
25

14%
31 Vb
20%
10
10 %
26%
6VB
12 %
153/4

99%
22%
93%
53%
93/4
25%
48

27%
14%
1063/4
65V4

90% Jan
7
133/4 Mar 15

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

93

28

Mar 8
Mar 28
Mar 7
Mar 11
Mar 1

34
21

Jan

9

Mar 27

28

8

Jan

27
11

24

Jan
Jan

4%
11%
12%
93V4
21%
91%

11
13
14
6
29
27
13
15
Mar '4
Mar

50

9%
22%
433/4
26 y4
13%

99

Mar

33 Va Mar 27
2
36% Jan
Jan

2

33% Mar
65v4 Mar 13

29% Jan

3

54
7

2
2
2
2
1
3
4
8
2
2

48

9% Mar 5
77% Mar 5
4Vs Mar 12
36% Mar 28
Mar 29
24
39% Mar 29
141
Mar 4
93 Vb Mar 28
27% Mar 5

64%
3y4
34%
20%
36%
133%
90
21

17
48

Jan

Jan

20%

2
2
Jan 15
Jan
2
Mar 26
Feb
4
Jan
7
Jan
2
Jan
7
Mar 7
Jan
2
Feb 27
Feb 14
Jan
2
Mar 19
Mar 20

3%
33%
25 Vb
96%

Mar 4
2
Jan
2
Jan
Jan 22

22
15 y4
48

Mar 4
Mar 26

3% Mar
Mar

37

27%
963/4
36%
29 %
22

19%
5%
37 %
54%

Mar
Mar
Mar

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

92
Mar
55 % Mar

9% Mar
18

Mar

15% Mar
32

4
4
1
12
1
1
20
6
6
1
4
7
1
21
12
1

Mar 27

19
6
19
19
18
27
Mar 1
24
19% Mar 5

Mar 19
12% Mar 18
15

Mar

53% Mar
Mar
90
Mar
105
36 % Mar

41% Mar
Mar
60
Mar
22% Mar
Mar
28

110

8% Mar
Mar
Mar
63% Mar
100% Mar
65 % Mar
36% Mar
32
41

39

4

33
46 y4
983/4

24% Mar 20

10% Mar
58
Mar
14% Mar
23% Mar
27 VB Mar
20% Mar

87

Mar

6
6
22
29
20
20
1
5
26
19
15
27
1
6

4% Mar 13
Mar 28
Mar 29

Mar 29
Mar 15
Mar 13
24% Mar 4

20% Mar 28
71/4 Mar 27
44

Mar 25
5
Mar 4
Mar 6
Mar 4
Mar 4
Mar 13
Mar 1

32% Jan
29% Feb
21% Jan
18 % Jan
_

5% Jan

37

Jan

96
57%

51% Jan

11

19%
193/4
331/2
11%
60%
163/4
26%
29

23%
28

20%
16 »/4
153/b

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

4
4

28
29
29
4
29

19
4

27

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
46
64% Mar
Mar
114
23% Mar
Mar
31
8% Mar

14
18
5
19
29
5
18
11

35% Mar

5

93%
55 Vb
92%
106%
40%

43

4
7
7

Mar 29

65% Mar 29
Mar 26
Mar-19
Mar 26
40% Mar 14
67
37

83/4 Mar 19
34% Mar 15

14

513/8 Jan

"102

"42
Mar 1
Mar 27
140
29% Mar 1
90
Mar 1
21% Mar 26
45% Mar 7
82% Mar 19
32 % Mar 1
27% Mar 19

12%
19 %

57% Mar

4
4

29

17% Mar 4
22% Mar 27

7

Mar 11

22%
41 VB

45% Mar 29
30% Mar 12
14 VB Mar 8
23% Mar 7

40
29
100%
38 %
311/a

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Mar
Jan
Mar
Jan

15% Jan
383/4 Jan

171/2 Mar 7
43% Mar 4
28% Mar 26

101

13% Mar
21 Vb Mar
14
Mar 19
20% Mar 20

Mar 7
Jan
2
Feb 21
Jan
2
Jan
4
Jan
3
Feb 26
Jan
2
Mar 1
Jan
2
Mar 7

353/4 Mar
40 % Mar
49% Mar

35% Mar 19
48% Mar 12

22% Mar
413/4 Mar
29 Vb Mar

2
16
3

2
101% Jan
603/4 Jan 10

75%
33% Mar
47 Vb Mar

2

18% Mar 19

27
18
15

43% Mar 29
141% Mar 15
35% Mar 26
94

Mar 11

22% Mar 14
50%
84%
351/2
30%
9%
36

Mar 27
Mar 4
Mar 12
Mar 5
Mar 27
Mar 8

9

Jan

92
9

Mar

Jan

2
12
2

2
2
3
2
7
2
2
14
2

Feb 13
163/4 Jan 17
Feb
Jan

10% Jan

18
2
9

10% Mar 28
27% Jan 24
6% Mar 11
13% Jan 29
16
Feb
5
107% Jan 28
233/B Jan 22
93% Mar 13
53% Mar 14
10% Jan 21
25% Mar 29
49

29%
15V4
107
65%
39%

Jan
Feb
Jan

16
12
3
12

Feb
Feb 21
Jan
8
41
Feb 25
8
49% Feb
343/4 Jan 22
65% Mar 13
10 % Feb 20
9
80% Jan
4% Feb 20
38% Jan 16
24% Feb 18
40% J an 15
142% Feb 27
93y8 Mar 28
27% Feb 28
173/4 Jan 18
47% Feb 14
28% Mar 26
9
18% Jan
503/4 Jan 14
2
77% Jan
35% Mar 19
6
48% Feb
8
101% Feb
253/4 Jan 22
47% Feb 7

32

143/4
25%
193/4
231/B
4%
40
29%
100 %
393,4
343/4
25%

Jan 22
Jan 23
Feb
6

Feb
Jan

6
4

Mar 13
Mar 28
Jan
Mar
Feb
Jan
Jan

29
29
15
17
16

22% Mar 18
7% Jan 22
44

Mar 25

57% Jan
96

JanM

593/4 Feb 14
11% Feb 14

16% Jan
14% Jan
29% Jan 17

20

9% Jan
51% Jan

Mar 19
15
2
123,*, Jan

12 Va Feb 14
61% Feb 27
17 % Feb 14
277/b Feb 14
29
Mar 29
25 Vb Feb 14
28
Mar 29
20% Mar 19
18% Jan 23
153/b Mar 27

71% Jan
49% Jan

95% Feb 13
55 Va Mar 18

2
3
2
2
3
2

13 Vb
20%
26%
18%

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan

22

Feb 20

18% Jan

90
104

36%
41%
55%
106

Mar

Feb
Mar
Mar
Jan
Jan
Jan

20%
24% Jan

8% Jan
29% Feb

37% Jan
63% Mar
100% Mar

4

2
2
22
27
20
20

2
4
2
3
9
5
2
6
4

64

Jan
8
36% Jan 22
37% Feb 12

42
140
283/4
84%

Mar

1

Mar 27
Feb 20
Jan
3
2
20% Jan
41% Jan 21
80% Jan 31
32% Mar 1
2
223/4 Jan
2
8% Jan
3
32% Jan

Feb

8

193,4 Mar 13
33% Feb" 19

94

106%
41%
46%
64%
114

26%
31

9%
35%
437/b
683/4
1043/4
67

373/4
42

Jan
Mar
Jan
Feb
Mar
Mar
Jan
Feb
Jan
Mar
Mar
Jan
Feb

29
19
8
26
18
11
30
14
11
5
29
11

4
Mar 19
Jan 10
Jan
9

47% Jan 8
144
Feb 28
35% Mar 26
943/b Feb 18
24
503A
84%
363/4
32%
10%
36%

Jan "21
Mar 27
Mar 4
Jan 10

Feb 20
Feb 14
Feb 21

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

April, 1963

New York
Stock Exchange

Aggregate Sales

Price Jan.

2,

in
March

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

830

3,340

258,200
90,700
69,900

793,700

System

2.50

305,500
203,800

Columbia
Columbia

Gas System
10
Pictures com—1_5

70

800

10,600
41,400
37,800
400

40,800
132,300
192,200

59,000

261,000

Commercial Solvents
1
Commonwealth Edison Co—

24

Sale

223/4

Sale

62,800
22,800
26,800

236,600

Common ;
——12.50
Conde Nast Publications—_*
Cone Mills Corp
10

44%

Sale

47%

9
12
10

Sale
Sale
Sale

11

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

49%
8314

Sale

55
84

Sale
Sale

4,300

46,000
97,300
98,200

17,500

1963

Opening or

STOCKS

Par

Colorado & Southern—
4% non-cum 1st pfd—100
Columbia Broadcasting

Sale

44%

44%

Sale

26%
23 %

Sale
Sale

7714

Sale

82

67

Sale
Sale
Sale

713/4
25%
46%

Combustion

Engineering

5
1

Commercial

Credit

5

conv

64,100
293,300
26,100
144,600
225,700

64,000

198,700

Consumer Power Co—
Common

3,180
1,670
150

8,860
3,230
180

79,300

266,200

5,800
V

23,200
52,700

16,900
13,800
97,300
6,600
38,200
64,400

20

194~500
12,700
1,320
75,800

446,100
39,800
2,450
230,800

190

3,150

18,400

92,700
2,000
300,800
207,100

*

*
*
*

$4.50 preferred
$4.52 preferred
$4.16 preferred
Container Corp of
Common

4%

84,500
46,100
111,900

277,600
25,800
125,700

6,000

125,700

11,500
12,000
36,100
7,200

40,200
44,800
134,700
59,100
110,700

21,700
15,600

65,000

135,700
38,700

378,100
104,700

110
140

190
290

259,800
1,600
17,400
6,900

348,900
7,300

20/400
5,300
8,700
107,100
191,800
1,200

40,700
24,300
1,300

63,500
17.200

t29,900
+431,100
+537,400
t3,010

500

10,800
20,300
900

6,000
6,600
42,100
22,600
4,500

243,000
5,200
29,200

221,200
4,350
328,200
1,400
41,200
158,500
4,900
12,300
35,500
222,400
77,100
20,000
1,263,700
20,600

68,200

20,900

110,200

50

490

35,200
52,600

115,900

175,200

24,300

90,500

360
280
130

1,080

1,800
330

8,200
27,100
80,100
268,700
19,100
123,200
23,000
66,200
3,900
290,300
97,600 +118,500
7,200
26,300
40,600
174,700
82,800
153,300
63,400
190,600
41,400
229,400
2,800
9,600
26,800
111,600
44,700
101,600
11,500
48,800
12,200
42,000
66,100
303,100

23,200
10,100

114,200
37,400

30,700
18,700
36,000
15,400
51,100
102,000
81,700
125,800
76,400

143,200

73,800
136,700
52,100
225,800
374,400
149,300
408,100

259,300

Sale

45%

50%

Sale

52%

273/4

Sale
Sale

28 %

26%

Sale
Sale
Sale

82%
Sale

80

81%

72%
26%
453/4

Sale
Sale
Sale

24%

9

12%

_

106

109%

Sale

1073/4

Sale

109

31

Sale

34%
24%

Sale
24%

313/8
34%
28 %

57

Sale

60

35%

Sale

363/4

42%

Sale

101

Sale

102% 103%
93 %
94%

5

24%

Sale

94
6%

94%
Sale

44
106

44%
87%

Sale
Sale
Sale
88

7%
463/s
107%
44

903/4

Sale

43,6
17 %

18

20

59%
10%

Sale
Sale

60%
11%

54%
41%

Sale
Sale

56%
45%

23

23%

24%

Cooper-Bessemer Corp_
5
Cooper Tire & Rubber Co—1
Copeland Refriger't'n Corp_l
Copper Range Co
5
Copperweld Steel—
5
Corn Products Co (Del)_50c
Corning Glass Works com—5
3%% preferred
100
3%% pfd ser of 1947—100
Cosden Petroleum Corp
1
Coty Inc
1
Coty Int'l Corp class A—_lc
Crane Co common
25
3%% preferred
100
Crescent Petroleum com
1
5% convertible pfd
25
Crompton & Knowles Corp_*
Crowell-Collier Publishing—1
Crown Cork & Seal
2.50
$2 preferred
—*

27%

29

12

Sale
Sale

213/4

Sale

24

16 %
32 %

50%
160%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

88
93
21 %

90
95
Sale

87%

14

Sale

5
42 %

Sale

14
5%

Sale

48%

82

83%

82

13%

Sale
23%

123/4

5
$4.20 preferred
*
Crucible Steel of Amer_12.50

5%% conv preferred—100
C T S Corp__
—.—•
Cudahy Packing Co com
5
4%% preferred
100
Cuneo Press Inc
5
Cunningham Drug
2.50
Curtis Publishing com
$4 prior preferred
$1.60 prior preferred
Curtis Wright Corp com

43/4

___

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

23

23%
19 %
333/4
44%

24

Sale
Sale

46%

Sale
21
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
....

143/s
18%
35

52%
154

91

22%

24%
23 %
16

29%
44 %

Dana Corp common
3 %% preferred ser
Dan River Mills Inc

1
*
•
1

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
89
93
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
83

108% 109 %
24% Sale

10%
56%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

84%
il

Sale
Sale

48%
9
12 %

108
111
28

36%
28 %

59%
38%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
28%
Sale
Sale

43%

Sale

100%

Sale
Sale
97

103
96

27%
94

8%

4%

Sale

Sale
Sale

24

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

39%

18%
35
50

1623/4
87%
92

223/4
13%
4%
48

81%
12

23%

Sale

23

Sale
Sale

15%
30%

45

45 %

1

109
22

19
21
7
19
21

Mar 20
Mar 20

46% Mar 4
8% Mar 28
11% Mar 14
9"% Mar 27
53 % Mar 21
83% Mar 1
% Mar 21
1073/8 Mar 4
109

Mar

1

273/4 Mar 29
33% Mar 1
28

Mar

1

58% Mar 26
363a Mar 1

40% Mar 4
99
Mar 13
103
96

Mar 29
Mar 14

7% Mar 6
44% Mar 25

30%
143/4

59%
45%

1

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

Sale
Sale

24

61%
113/4

50% Mar
27%
23%
80%
71
24%
45%

25% Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

18

44% Mar 27

88%
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
48 %
83
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
453/4

6

————

106 % Mar 19

42% Mar 29
90

Mar 14

43,6 Mar 19
18

59%
11%
56%
44%
36 %

23 5/a
283/4
143/a
22 %
18%

45 % Mar

6

54 % Mar 26
28% Mar 22
27
Mar 27
82
Mar 4
73
Mar 13
27
Mar 26
48% Mar 12
110
Mar 8

21
25

12
Mar 19
23% Mar 25
21% Mar 26
143/4 Mar 29
28% Mar 6
44 % Mar 5

7

42% Jan
26% Jan
22% Jan
77% Jan
67
Jan
24% Mar 19
44% Jan
3

105% Jan 21

Mar 15
10 % Mar 4
12% Mar 5
11% Mar 4
57% Mar 7

44%
8%
11%
9%
49%

Jan
2
Jan 21
Jan
2
Mar 27
Jan
2

49

873,6 Mar 18
11 Mar 18
108 % Mar 22
112% Mar.26
32% Mar 4
373/8 Mar 25
29
Mar 6
61% Mar 8
40
Mar 11
43% Mar 29
102
Mar 4
104 % Mar 4
98
Mar 25

27% Mar 26
__

8% Mar 27
46% Mar 7
108
Mar 12
44% Mar 5
91
Mar 5

4% Mar 27

30% Mar 29

26

Jan

Mar 20

Mar 1
Mar 19
Mar 15
Mar 11

18
1

41

Sale

22

Mar 5
61% Mar 11
12% Mar 12
603/4 Mar 27
46 % Mar
4
41% Mar 6
25
Mar 4

91% Mar
22% Mar
13% Mar
4% Mar
47% Mar

Prices

24% Mar 27

Mar 29
Mar 1
Mar 5
Mar 1
Mar 20
Mar 7
Mar 18

34
Mar 20
49
Mar 29
152 3/4 Mar 6
87% Mar 6

Highest

Prices

Sale
Prices

Sale
96

443/4
106% 107
42% Sale
90% 91

Sale
Sale

34

Sale

58

Sale

1
A—100

41

Sale

88%

91%

5

13
14

Sale

41%
90%
14%

Sale

16%

27%

Sale
Sale
87%
Sale
45%

28%

Denv & R G West RR Co—*
De Soto Chem Coatings
1
Detroit Edison Co new
10

Detroit Steel Corp
De Vilbiss Co
Diamond Akali Co
Diamond National Corp
Diana Stores Corp

Giorgio Fruit Corp

1
15
*
1
50c

2.50
1

Disney (Walt) Product__2.50
Distill Corp-Seagrams Ltd-2
Divco Wayne Corp
1
Dr Pepper Co_
*
Dome Mines Ltd
Dominick Fund Inc

48% Sale
98% Sale
18% Sale
103% 105%
Sale
19 V2
8% Sale
58% Sale
10% Sale
Sale
22%
Sale
7%
Sale
34%
10% 11
Sale
21 %
Sale
37 %
59% Sale

1

Dayco Corp
50c
Dayton Power & Light—
Common
7
3.75% preferred ser A_100
3.75% preferred ser B-100
3.90% preferred ser C_100
Decca Records Inc
50c
Deere & Co
1
Delaware & Hudson Co
1
Delaware Pow & Lt Co—6.75
Delta Airlines Inc
3
When Issued
3
Dentists Supply Co of NY_2.50

Diners Club Inc

45% Sale
96% Sale
16% Sale
102% 105
17% Sale
7% Sale
51% 52%
10% 10%
19% 20
6% Sale
25% 26%
8%
9%
Sale
17%

10

Class A
Cutler Hammer

*
1

86

84%
88 %
45 %

51%
20%
47%
60 %

Sale

26%
19%
9%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

31%

10%

31%
47

46%
10%
13%
19%

27%
44%
19%
21%
23%
20 %

Sale
Sale
Sale

82%
84%
88%
45%
59 %
20%
50%
57

38%
26%
19%
9%
32

12%
32%
49%

Sale

51

Sale
Sale

11%
11%
20%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

33%
45

22%

21%

23%

Sale
Sale

27%
19 %

Donnelley (RR) & Sons 1.25

21

Sale

24%

Douglas Aircraft
Dover Corp—

*
—-_1

25'/a
22%

Sale
Sale

26

5
50c

56

22%

Sale
Sale

29.

Sale
Sale

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Sale

Highest

20

15% Mar 4
24 % Mar 26
19
Mar 25
353/4 Mar 13
53% Mar 1
163
Mar 29
88% Mar 21
92 % Mar 6

22% Mar 21
14
Mar 1
5% Mar 1
49 % Mar 6
13% Mar 5
24% Mar 19
23% Mar 13

16% Mar 14
32% Mar 18
45
Mar 14

81% Jan

2
% Mar 21
105% Jan
3
109

27%
33%
24%
56%
35%

Feb 28
Mar 29
Feb
6
Jan
3
Jan
2

Jan

2

40 % Mar 4
99
Mar 13
102% Feb
4
94% Jan
3

23% Jan 18
94
Jan 23
6% Jan
2
44
106

Jan
Jan

2
2

42% Mar 29
87% Jan
4

4%
17%
583/4
10%
53%

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan

2
3
2
2
2

41% Jan
2
36% Mar 7
22% Jan 21

27% Jan
12

2

2
2
2
2
49
Mar 29
152% Mar 6
87% Jan 24
91
Feb 21
21
Jan
2
13% Mar 26
43/4 Mar 21
42% Jan
2
82
Feb 25
12
Feb 26 "
23% Jan
4
21% Mar 26
143/4 Mar 29
28 % Feb 27
44
Feb 27
Jan

213/4 Jan
16% Jan
32% Jan

45% Feb 14

54% Mar 27
28% Mar 22
27

Mar 27

83
74
27%
48%

Feb 25
Jan 10

Feb

Feb

8

18

111% Feb 19
27 % Jan 29
50%
10%
13%
12%
57%
89%

il
109
115%
35

37%
29%
64%
41%

Feb 14
Mar 4
Feb
7
Feb
4
Mar 7
Feb 15
Mar 18
Jan 25
Feb 13
Feb
1
Mar 25
Feb"27
Feb 21
Jan 15

43% Mar 29
102% Jan
4
105

98

Jan 18
Mar 25

27% Mar 26
94

Jan 23

8% Mar 27
46% Mar 7
108% Jan 28
46% Jan 25
91
Feb 26

5% Jan 29
20

Feb

18

643/4 Feb 15
12% Feb 20
60% Mar 27
47% Feb 25
41% Mar 6

26%
30%
15%
263/4
20%

Feb
Jan
Feb
Jan
Jan

37

Feb 18

25
9
21
15
25

54% Feb 14
167% Jan 14
88 % Mar
92 % Mar
23% Jan
15% Jan
5% Jan
49% Feb
83% Jan
14% Jan
25% Feb
24% Feb
20% Jan
35% Jan
45
Jan

21
6
24

31
7
18
8
8
19
19

4
7
31

Corp—

common

Dow Chemical Co
Dresser Industries

-

25% Sale
93% 96

2

Di

.

41% Sale
Sale
101
104% 105
95% 97

5% preferred
25
Continental Insurance
5
Continental Motors Corp—1
Continental Oil of Del
5
Continental Steel Corp
7
Control Data Corp
50c
Controls Co of America
5

Zellerbach

Sale

Sale

Steel

Common

For footnotes, see page




44%

109% 110

100

—

preferred

Continental Air Lines
1.25
Contin'tal Baking Co com—5
$5.50 preferred
*
Continental Can com
10
$3.75 preferred
*

Crown

68,800
1,890
67,500

2514
44%

45%

19

STOCKS

-PRICES IN MARCHLowest
March 29
Sale
Closing or
Bid
Ask
Prices

America

Continental Copper &
600

42

preferred__100

Congoleum-Nairn Inc
*
Consolidated Cigar Corp
1
Cons Edison Co of N Y Inc_*
Rights
$5 preferred
*
4.12% conv pref ser A_100
Consol Electronics Indus
5
Consolidated Foods
1.33%
Consol Laundries Corp
5
Consol Natural Gas
10
Consolidation Coal Co
1

34,200
123,700
95,200
253,700
2,583,800 2,583,800

Ask

*

$4.25 preferred
Columbus & So Ohio Elec

4%%

Bid

March 1
Opening or
Bid
Ask

—

23%
55%
23%

Sale

50%
99
19

102%
19%
8%
57%

10%
20%
6%

32%
9%
21%
36%
62%

92

43
90 %

Sale
Sale

13%
16%

Sale
83%

28%
84%

86
90
Sale

85

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

88%
45%
65%

Sale
100
Sale
106
Sale
Sale
59
11

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Mar 6
Mar 11
173/4 Mar 19
103% Mar 14
19% Mar 6
8% Mar 19
Mar 20
56
10
Mar 4
20 % Mar 20
6% Mar 29
31% Mar 14
9% Mar 19
20% Mar 19
353/4 Mar 21
Mar 1
59
48
98

27
28
12.
8

15
8
1

26
l
4

8
6
13
28
28

39%
26%
19%
11%
33%
12%
33%
51%
55 %
11%
13%
19%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

32
12

Mar 1
49% Mar 1
50% Mar 1
11
Mar 13
32

33%

Sale

4C

46%

22%
25%
28%
19%

Sale
Sale

11% Mar 6
19% Mar 29
32% Mar 1
Mar 1
45
2} % Mar 6
23% Mar 1

Sale

27% Mar
19

24%
27 %
59%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

24

Sale

Sale

1
Mar 6
24% Mar 7
23
Mar 26
23% Mar 1
Mar 4
55
23% Mar 1

14
20
26
18

Feb

Mar 12

13% Jan

2

14% Feb
1
17% Feb 21

45%
58%
18%
48 %
55%
36%
26%
193/4
93/8

Sale

8%

39%
12%

25
8
13
14
14

2

Sale

50%

11%
22%

Jan

88

19

10
63

18
8
18
25

13

90

84%

23%
38%
64

Feb
Mar
Jan
Jan
Jan
Feb
Feb
Feb
Feb
Feb
Feb
Feb
Feb

Feb 25

28 3/4 Mar 29
Mar 25
86
Mar 15
86
Mar 13
90
453/4 Mar 18
65% Mar 29
21% Mar 4
Mar 28
51
Mar 1
57
41% Mar 25
27% Mar 20
20% Mar 4
11% Mar 29
33% Mar 18
12% Mar 28
Mar 22
34
52 % Mar 26
563/4 Mar 27
11% Mar 15
Mar 29
14
21% Mar 4
35% Mar 13
46% Mar 28
22% Mar 27
26% Mar 18
28% Mar 19
19% Mar 13
25% Mar 20
26% Mar 4
27% Mar 29
60% Mar 25
Mar 13
25

6
Mar 4
Mar 4
Mar 6
Mar 1
Mar l
Mar 27
Mar 6
Mar 1
Mar 6
Mar 26
Mar 1
Mar 6
Mar 1
Mar 11

Jan 28
Jan 23

92

27% Mar
82

52

100
21
105%
20%

46

Sale
85%
Sale

Sale

4
4
2
Jan
103
7
17% Jan 2
7% Jan 2
3
52% Jan
Mar 4
10
19% Jan
3
2
6% Jan
3
25% Jan
9
Jan
7
2
17% Jan
3
33% Jan
57% Jan 17

Jan

40% Jan
7
89% Jan 17

43%
90%
14%
17 %

41 % Mar

45

96% Jan
16% Jan

Mar 27
Mar 13
Mar 5

1
90 % Mar 19
133/4 Mar 11
16% Mar 4

Sale
91
Sale

Sale
Sale

25

51% Mar
Mar
99
19% Mar
1053/4 Mar
20 % Mar
9% Mar
58% Mar
Mar
11
22% Mar
7% Mar
36% Mar
11% Mar
223/4 Mar
37% Mar
63% Mar

27
82

84%
87%
45 %
51%
18%
46%
55%
+36%
26

Jan 21
Mar 4
Mar
Jan
Feb
Jan
Mar
Jan
Feb
Mar
Feb
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan

4
4

18
2
27
3
28
6
15
2
2

19%
9%
2
31%
2
10%
31% Jan 24
463/4 Jan
3

30
86
87

4

Jan 31
2
Jan

Jan 18
Jan 29
4
4534 Jan
90

65%
22%
52%
64%
42%
27%
21%
11%
34%
13%
34
54%

Mar
Feb
Feb
Jan
Feb
Jan
Feb
Mar
Jan

29
13
19
28
6
10
19

29
29

Feb 18
Mar 22
Feb 19

453/4 Jan
10% Jan
11% Mar

3
2

183/8 Jan

8

56% Mar 27
12% Jan 15
14
Jan
3
22% Jan 22

273/4 Jan
43% Jan

2
2

35% Feb 26
46% Mar 28

19

3
3
2

24%
26%
28%
21%

Jan

213/4 Jan

23% Jan
19

20%
23

22%
55

6

Mar

6
Jan
4
Mar 26
Jan 22
Mar 4

22% Jan

2

25%
29%
273/4
62%

25%

Feb
Mar
Mar
Jan
Mar
Jan
Mar
Jan
Jan

13
18

19
11
20
14
28
14
25

20

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

A<rre(»te Sales

New York

March

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

STOCKS

•

22,100
35,300

110,700

Price Jan. 2,
1963
Opening or
Bid
Ask

Stock Exchange

In

Par

Drewrys Ltd USA Inc

1

Du

45,700

1
*

57

Sale
Sale

13%

Sale

10%

Sale

235%

Sale
Sale

5

86%
30 %

Sale
Sale
87
Sale

50
50

42%
46%

Sale
Sale

preferred
50
preferred.
50
preferred
50
preferred
50
DWG Cigar Corp
5
Dynamics Corp of Amerlca.l
$1 conv preference
2
Eagle-Picher Co
5

46%

Sale

48
46
47
18

49%

14%

Sale
Sale
Sale

87,700

Duplan Corp

930
590

150,800
1,950
1,600

2,330
2,440

6,950
2,930

70
230

290
600

5.800

14,200
125,700

112,500

122,600
70

500

31,600
15,000

134,400

4,500

20,600

30

4%% prior preferred

170

64,800

4>/4%

292,700
37,100
143,000
93,600
701,700

89,800
12,100
26,600
14,500
185,900
94,400
25,600

9,100

320,900
135,600
42,500
38,800
87,000
2,740
44,000

22,500

68,600

81,100
4,050

345,200

110

190

22,200
29,900
93.400
24,700

72,900
118,600
375,400
145,500

31,400
6,500

114.000
16,500

112,200
6,400

736,000

11,600
11,400
30,700
750

Emery Air Freight Corp_20c
Empire Dist Electric Co 10
Endicott Johnson
4% preferred

142,900

552,500

46,700
12,400

306,500
59,100

40

320

11.800
49,000

24,500
30,100

37,700
143,400
254,600
25,800
83.000
102,100

22,700

125,000

2,500

12,800

18,400

36,000

1,800
72,800

8,500

59,300
13,000

10

com

100
1
8.50

Englehard Industries
Equitable Gas Co

.

Erie-Lackawanna RR Co.
*
5% preferred series A.100
Erie & Pitts RR Co
50
Eurofund Inc
1
Evans Products Co
:
5
Eversharp Inc
1
Ex Cell-O Corp
;—
3
Factor

(Max) & Co cl A
1
Fairbanks Morse & Co
*
Fairbanks Whitney Corp-r—
Common
_1
$1.60 conv preferred
40
Fairchild Camera &
Instrument Corp
1
Fairchild Stratos
1
Fairmont Foods common_50c
5% junior preferred
_50
Falstaff Brewing Corp
_1
Family Finance Corp
l
Fansteel Metallurgical
5
Fawick Corp
2
Fedders Corp
1
Fed-Mogul-Bower Bear
.5
Federal Pacific Elec com
1
5%% conv 2nd pfd A__23
Federal Paper Board com
5
4.60% preferred
25
Federated Dept Stores
1.25
Fenestra Inc
10

69,700
3,400
87,800
285,700
15,500
20,800

254,600
28,700
44,100
76,600
242,800
238,400
193,900
3,400
237,800
575,300
74,000
115,500

Fibreboard Paper Products.*
Fifth Ave Coach Lines
10
Filtrol Corp
__1
Financial Federation Inc
1
When Issued
1
Firestone Tire & Rubber
*
First Charter Financial
•
First National Stores
•
Fischbaoh & Moore Inc
1

43,800

226,600

Flintkote Co common

70

280

830

2,800
17,400
45,100
66,100
23,900
148,800
36,900

1,800
6,200
105,400
123,600
216,200
83,500
443,500
168,400

80

400

5,400
11,000
24,300
65,400
123,200

89,000
3,100
74,600
27,500
22,300
115,800
559,300 2,261,300
24,800
100

79,800
8,800

524,700
29,600

12,800
11,600
4,200

48,300
38,100
17,300
225,700
139,400

77,200
35,300
260,500

950,400

1,340

2,070

83,500
20,300
54,900
17,700
184,800

128,900
76,000
*127,500
58,400
263,100

4,900
10,700

6,400
33,400

8,300

18,200

For

Ferro

$4

1

.

preferred—

5

__j

*

$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 & Lt Co
:_*
Fluor Corp Ltd
__2.50
FMC Corp
__10
Food Fair Stores common
1
$4.20 pfd ser 1951
15
Food Giants Market com—1
4% conv preferred
..10
Food Mart Inc
2
Foote Mineral Co
.1
Ford Motor Co
2.50
Foremost Dairies Inc
2
Foster-Wheeler Corp!
...10
Foxboro Co
1
Fram Corp
50c Franklin Stores Corp..
1

Freeport Sulphur Co
Friden Inc
Fruehauf Trailer com

4% preferred
Gabriel Co (The)

__

Gamble-Skogmo

Inc

4%%
General
.

see

29.

page

321/4
43%
47%
46

47%
50%

Sale

21% Mar

235

107%
87
31 %
42%

48%
Sale

96%
13%

108%
99%
34%

112

98%
35%

99%

54%

Sale

55

Sale

92%
29%

95
Sale

93

94%
Sale

99%

__

28
100

32%

32%

35

Sale

49%
26%

Sale
Sale

51%

Sale

35 Va
53

29

Sale

29%

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Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

6V8
55 %

Sale
Sale

50

35%
10

17%
28%
10
38

42%
13%
63
20

38
2%
15 %
58%

.

5%
51%
33

11%
18%
31%
9%
36'A
48%
18 %

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
14
Sale

Sale
Sale
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Sale
60

70

>

23%
40%
3%
20

58%
14%
11%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

13%

13%

4%
15%
41 Va

17%
8%
15%
38%

7%
17
38%
23%
43 Va
15 Va
35%
24

26%
27%
69%
__

'

39

50

:~

Sale

Sale

34%
30%
20%
8%
16%
40 Va

6%

33
9 Va

42%

9
24

Sale

6%

Sale
Sale
Sale
24%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

6% Mar
17
Mar
36% Mar
24
Mar
44% Mar
14Va Mar
36 Va Mar
23 Va Mar

Sale

27

24%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
98
Sale

13%

1

19Va

Sale

22%

Sale

43%

Sale

37%

Sale

32
43

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
24%
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

21%

12%

Sale

12%

50 %
Sale

5
5
4
4
4
6

16 Va Mar 1
37 Va Mar 12

.5

20%

Mar
50% Mar
34
Mar
28 % Mar
20% Mar
23

1

Sale
Sale

86

3%
23%

Sale
Sale

9%

85

3%

18
Mar 25
58 Va Mar 11
14 Va Mar 4

17%
39 Va

84

3
19

39% Mar 7
3% Mar 25

Sale
Sale

27%

42%

Sale

70%
23%
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

27%

Sale
Sale
Sale

5% Feb 21

6Va Mar 29
56

34%
11%
18%
34

9%
39%
51

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

27
28
4
8

28

Mar

21% Mar
59
15

Mar

31%
9%
17 Va
27%
9

8

21
6
21

20%
70 Va Mar 4
23% Mar 28
42% Mar 29
4

50

4
4
6

Mar 22
12% Mar 22
32% Mar 29
43% Mar 1

Jan
2
Mar 8
Jan
2
2
Jan
Jan
3
Mar 20

34% Mar
42% Jan
14
63

Jan
Jan

19% Jan
38
2%
14 Va
58%

Jan

1
2
3
2

3
2
2

36% Feb 13
58
30

Mar 13
Mar 8

6% Jan 18
56

Mar 27

37% Jan
8
12% Jan 24
19% Jan
9
34

Mar 28

11% Jan 24
43
51
19

Jan 11
Mar 6
Feb
8

71% Feb 27
25% Jan 22
42% Jan 31

3
8

4% Jan 13
21 Va Feb 13
60
Feb 20

25
Jan
40 Va Jan

2
2
2
2

16 Va Jan 25
13% Jan 18
33% Feb 25
46% Feb
7

Jan
Jan
Jan

13% Jan
9% Jan

2
22% Jan
50% Mar 5
30 Va Jan
3
8
26% Jan
2
17% Jan
2
8% Jan
2
15% Jan
37 Va Mar 12
6% Feb 19
16% Jan 2
36% Mar 1
3
23% Jan
2
42% Jan
14
Feb 26
2
35% Jan
2
23% Jan
2
26
Jan
2
27% Jan
4
66
Feb
57
Mar 25
33
Mar 12
31 Va Jan 24
2
50 % Jan
2
18% Jan

24%

9

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

32% Jan 18
2
49% Jan
26 % Jan
2

1
5
25

31 Va

21%

39%
25%

29%
33%
73%
59

44%

30%

5% Mar 19
51 % Mar 1
31 Va Mar 8
10 Va Mar 27
18
Mar 20
30% Mar 1
9
Mar 20
34% Mar 1
47 Va Mar 21
18
Mar 19
68
Mar 20
22 Va Mar 7

Mar 13
Mar 8

50% Jan 14

43%
5%
41%

28

58
30

34% Mar 28
2
7Va Jan

Sale

29%
30%

35% Mar 27

5
Jan 14
94% Jan 31
30
Jan
2
100
Jan 29

l
4

95

Sale
Sale

6
8
1

14% Mar

60

34% Mar 28
7% Mar 26

19%
89%
97

28%

27

14

Sale
Sale
Sale

7%
23 Va
50 Va
35%

Sale
89

30%

52%
92%

Jan

37% Jan 18

34%

20%
87%

9%

14

117% Feb 18
100

Sale
Sale
Sale
51
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

42

98%
34%

Jan 22

14% Jan 23

6% Jan 11
18% Jan 10

19%

45%
8%

12%
106%

2
4% Jan
15% Mar 25

Sale

11%
10%

60% Mar 14
97

2
Jan
2
Jan
2
Jan
2
Mar 4
Jan
2
Mar 27
Mar 20
Jan
7
Jan 24
Jan 29

4
4

19%

Sale

46% Jan
90

Mar

Sale

13
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

19% Jan

4
31% Jan
23% Feb 14
24% Feb 14

15% Mar

19

12%

12% Mar
26% Mar
20% Jan

3
4
27
20
2
2

4% Mar 29
15% Mar 25

...

17

Jan

17% Mar

Sale
Sale

56%

36
21%
94%

48

7
Jan 31
Mar 21
9
20% Jan
4
15% Jan
48
50

4%
15%

50%

14%

50% Mar

Sale
Sale

14%
37%

71%
16%
38%
24 %
96%
17%
12%
13%
10%

Jan 21

11

Jan 22

43% Mar 27
.16% Jan 14

15%

Sale.

48

45% Feb 28

47

3
2

17%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
97

45%

37% Jan
11% Jan

33%

43 %

49% Feb

4

39%
55%

67

34% Mar
51% Mar
29
Mar

43% Jan 28

2
Mar 28

13% Mar

39%
24 Va
45%
14%

41%
5%

60% Mar 14
96 Va Mar 4
14% Mar 28
116% Mar 20
99% Mar 25
36"% Mar 12
14"% Mar 5
56% Mar 4
93% Mar 20
29% Mar 12

4

Jan 28

109% Mar 15
89% Mar 26
.33% Feb 26

Mar 18

Sale

5%

22% Mar 25

Feb
Jan

42

46

249

Mar

Sale
Sale

90
40

Mar

7

13

Sale

85%
Sale

23

8
4

Jan

107% Feb 25
85% Jan
9
2
30% Jan

39

33

18
84

28% Mar

233

Sale

34%

32

Mar 11
109% Mar 15
89% Mar 26
32% Mar 1
43% Mar 12
48% Mar 14
46% Mar 4
50% Mar 7
47% Mar 28
Mar 21
50
18% Mar 8
13% Mar 5

242

13%

Sale
Sale
Sale

34%

53 % Mar 1
95
Mar 15
13% Mar 20
111% Mar 1
98% Mar 4
35% Mar 4
14
Mar-27
52 Ys Mar 20
93% Mar 20
27
Mar 21

4
11% Mar 26

25% Jan 15
17% Jan 22
59
Jan 17
14% Jan 17
11% Mar 26

13

Sale

30%
72%

4
Mar 27
Mar 20
Mar 26
Mar 22

5

Mar

21% Mar 6
16% Jan
2
55% Jan
3
13% Jan
2
10% Jan 29

42%

17%

25
32

20

Mar

Mar

1

Sale

37%
23%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

17%
12 %
26%
22%

4

11% Mar 6
28% Mar 11
41 Va Mar 19

Sale
23%
Sale

45

Mar 19
Mar 20
47% Mar 7

Sale

39%

51
30 Va
27

7

Mar 18
Mar
5
Mar 21

Mar
Mar

100

31 Va
42%

Sale

7%
23 Va

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
60

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

28%

Mar

49
47

Sale
Sale
60

30

45%
7%
23 Va

93%

Sale
95

56

3%
18%
58%
15
12

42%

Sale

114%
99% 100
Sale
36%
14
Sale

39
48%
19%
69%
23%

Sale

16%

Sale
97
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

4%

55%
95%
14%

34%
10V8
18 Va

25%
40%

16%

51
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

9%

37%
11%

Sale
47%

49%
17%
12%
2 6i/a
22%
21%

Mar 1
Mar 11

25%
17%
57%
14

100

Sale
Sale

14

47

49%

6

45% Mar 28

Sale

5%

47

Sale
54%

48%
18%

46
49
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

29 Va

*

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

53%

47

33 Vhc
.1

preferred
50
Acceptance Corp
1

preferred

Sale
43%

22%

conv

6O0 conv

32%
42%
47%
46%

10

Gardner-Denver Co new
^5
Garrett Corp (The)
2
Gar Wood Industries com
1

109

89%

Sale
Sale
Sale

100

10% Mar 12

87%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

„

footnotes,




.(Dorp

Sae

Sale
Sale
Sale
101
Sale

12%

5

Sale

Sale

47
90

100

13%
11%

16% Mar 1
56 % Mar 29
13% Mar 29

86%

49%

Sale

Prices

Sale
Sale
Sale

241%

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices

Highest

23%
16%
56%

Sale

20%
19%

.

108

Sale

STOCKS

-PRICES IN MARCHMarch 29
Lowest
Sale
Closing or
Bid
Ask
Prices

49%
45%
47%
17%
12%
27»/4
22%
22%

30 %

2.50

com

Emerson Radio & Phono

18,300

24,800

109

4% % preferred
100
Elastic Stop Nut Corp
of America
1
Electric Auto-Lite (The)
5
Electric Bond & Share
5
Elec & Musical Industries—
American shares
10s
Electric Storage Battery
10
Electronics Associates Inc
1
Elgin National Watch Co 5
El Paso Natural Gas_
3
Emerson Electric Mfg
1

23,000
20,300
117,500

32,300

238%

100

preferred

Ekco Products

100

7,700
9,000

com

Eastern Stainless Steel
2.50
Eastman Kodak common
10
$3.60 preferred
50
Eaton Mfg Co___
1
Echlln Mfg Co
1
Edison Bros Stores com
1

15,000

26,500

10 %

Eastern Air Lines
1
Eastern Gas & Fuel Assn—
Common
i
10

618,400
18,180
85.200
362,100

61,500
1,530
20,900

13%

5%
4.20%
4.10%
$2.10

305,500

1

1

1

Duquesne Light Co
3.75% preferred
4.15% preferred

20,700
373,800
23,800

7,400
111,100

56

DuPont de Nem & Co IE I)
Common
5
$4.50 preferred
•
$3.50 preferred
*

260,600
17,300
11,900

50,600

or
Ask
Sale
Sale

Duke
Dunhill International

69,700
6,500
3,900

Bid

24%
17%

Inc

30,700
43,500

0,800
13,700
25,700

Opening

Sale
Sale
Sale

Chemicals
Power Co

Bols

22%
16%

March 1

—

43%
5%
43

70%
14%
39%
22%

Sale
Sale
60 Va
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
91

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

96
17

97%

12%
14%

13%
Sale

10 Va
46%
9%
28%
29%
32%
8%
25%
28%
28%
86
24

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

35%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

33

42%
5%
29%
21%
13

Sale

Sale
9
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

8Va Mar

1
5
l
15
6
28
20
20
Mar 25

30% Mar
68% Mar
57

1
7

Mar 25

33
Mar 12
32% Mar 1
Mar

6

19% Mar

1

54

18% Mar 20
Mar 22
89
94% Mar 4
42
Mar 15
5'A Mar 21
40% Mar 1
68% Mar 15
14% Mar 14
Mar 5
38
22% Mar 20
95% Mar 15
16% Mar 13
Mar 13
13
13% Mar 1
10 % Mar 11
Mar 1
42

*

43% Mar 27

5

41%
8V8
23%
50 Va
37

31%
22 Va
9%
17%
40 %

39% Mar
25% Mar
32% Mar
35% Mar
75% Mar
61 Va Mar
34% Mar
41% Mar
57% Mar
20% Mar

25
96

17%
13

14%
10%
46%

26% Mar 19
30 % Mar 5
8% Mar 7

29%
33

23 Va Mar

25 %

85
22
35
31 %

31%
3%
24%
21 %

12%

Mar 18
Mar 4
Mar 29
Mar 14
Mar 4
Mar 1
Mar 4
Mar 1
Mar 1

28
13
29
26
1

29
4

1
14
26
26
21
28
13
4

20% Mar 4
89% Mar 27
97 % Mar 25
Mar 4
44
6% Mar 4
Mar 29
43
71% Mar 25
16% Mar 4
Mar 11
40

9%
28%

4
26% Mar 19
Mar 4
27

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

7Va Mar 12
17Va Mar 1
42
Mar 21
24 Va Mar 25
46
Mar 28
15% Mar 12

Mar 12
27% Mar 1
9

Mar

9%
28%
29

86%
24 %
37%
33

43%
6%
33%
22

13%

Mar 5
Mar 19
Mar 1
Mar 13
Mar 21
Mar 1
Mar 29
Mar 29
Mar 18
Mar 1
Mar 29
Mar 4
Mar 13
Mar 4
Mar 28
Mar 5
Mar 26
Mar 15
Mar 29
Mar 1
Mar 28
Mar 27
Mar 11
Mar 21

8% Feb
6
25% Jan 11
51% Jan
8
37
Mar 25
32% Feb 21
23% Feb 19
9% Mar 29
17% Jan 15
44% Jan 29
8% Jan 14

17% Jan 16
42

Mar 21
6
Feb
6
Jan
9
Feb 14
Feb 14
Feb 18
Mar 14
Mar 26
Mar 26
Jan 29
Mar 28
Feb 25
Feb 15

24% Feb
47

17

40%
26%
35%
35%
75%
61%
37%
41%
58%
21%

2
17% Jan
85 Va Jan 23
2
90
Jan

21% Feb 15

3
Jan 23
40% Feb 25
65% Jan 2

45

41% Jan
5

2
2

14

Jan

35%
21%
95%
16 Va

Jan
2
Jan
Jan 14
Mar 13

13

Jan

4

11% Jan
2
10 Va Mar 11
42

8%
27%
26%
30 Va
8%
22%
26%
24%
84

Mar
Jan
Mar

1

2
1

Mar 19
Feb 28
Jan
3
Jan
2
Mar 19
Jan
2
Jan 15

19 Va Jan
2
Mar 29
*31 Va Mar 14
40% Mar 20
3% Jan
4
35

19

Jan

20% Jan
12 Va Mar

2
2

1

89 Va Mar 27

97% Mar 25
Jan 10

7% Feb 14
46% Jan 9
75%
17 Va
41%
25%
97
19%
14%
14%
12 Va
47%
10 %
30%
34%

Jan 18
4
Feb
Feb 19

Feb

7

Jan 23
Jan 14
Feb 25
Mar 21
Feb 14
8
Jan
Jan 29
Jan

11

Jan 15
34Va Jan 24
9% Jan 24
1
25% Feb
33% Jan 10
29

Mar 28
4

86% Jan
24% Mar
43% Jan
33% Jan
46% Feb
6% Mar
33% Mar
22

26
2
21
7
28
27

Mar 11

13% Mar 21

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

April, 1963
Aggregate Sales
in

March

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

18,400

41,100

480

2,040
322,600
77,400

New York
Stock Exchange

65,300
27,700

88,800
1,690
11,100

321,800
5,160
41,900
21,300
117,800
1,070
85,300
64,400
88,900

8,200

36,200
150

34,100
29,500
31,000

237,400
249,700
9,600
85,300
52,000
105,400
1,080

868,800
862,100
23,800
288,100
245,600
305,600

4,420
851500 t2825400
9,000
28,300

10,000
13,500
180,000
46,500

27,900
45,300
404,800
245,000

540

1,110

79,800

229,400
292,200
109,200
337,300

60,900
44,300
13,900
133,400

1153,200

2,300

7,700

400

5,600

STOCKS

Price Jan. 2,
1963
Opening or
Bid
Ask

Par

Gen American Investors

1

Opening
Bid

28%

Sale

27%

95

$4.50 preferred
100
Gen Amer Oil of Texas
5
Gen Amer Transp Corp_1.25
Gen Baking Co com
5

97
Sale

98

37%
70

Sale
Sale

28%
76%
40

$5 preferred
$3.75 preferred
*
General Outdoor Advert'g_15
Gen Portland Cement
1
Gen Precision Equip com
1
$1.60 conv preferred
*
General Public Service
10c
Gen Public Utilities
2.50
General Refractories
5
General Signal Corpl—6.67
General Steel Indus
1

8
1
1

74%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

43%

86%

88%

29%

Sale

26%

Sale
115
Sale
Sale

87%

Sale

37

Sale
Sale

17%
34%

Sale

38

5

15%

Sale

41%
79%
12Va
33%

42%

116

60%
115%
91%
351/4
18%
36%

26%

37

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

5%

5%
33

—

Sale

Sale
Sale

73

40

32 %
114

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

15

41

12

30%
21 %

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

105

8%

85

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

65

117%
92%
34%
20%
34%

4

8% Mar
14% Mar

4
1
41
Mar 1
84% Mar 20
29% Mar 1
4% Mar 4
15% Mar 18
25% Mar 1
71% Mar 6
41 % Mar 4
77% Mar 4

11% Mar 27
33 % Mar 13
6
60
Mar 1
115% Mar 5
91
Mar 5

114% Mar

Sale

30%
26%

5%

17% Mar 12

Sale
40
Sale

33
13

33% Mar 26

Sale

38

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Mar 1
Mar 1
Mar 20
21% Mar 1

Sale
Sale
88
Sale

30%
5%
15%
27%
74%
42%
80%
11%
35%
115 %

39
Sale

98% Mar 27
37 % Mar 7
75% Mar 21
9% Mar 22
Mar 25
105
Mar 11
9
15% Mar 8
44% Mar 27
87% Mar 6
31% Mar l
5% Mar 22
15% Mar 11
28% Mar 25
75% Mar 11
Mar 22
43
81% Mar 28
12% Mar 1
35% Mar 29
Mar 1
116
65% Mar 28
Mar 20
118
95% Mar 1
36% Mar 21
20% Mar 29
37 % Mar 4
Mar 27
39
5% Mar 5
33 % Mar 11
13% Mar 28
31% Mar 7
26% Mar 25

8% Mar 4
102% Mar 14

33
38
5%
32
12
28

Mar 19
Mar 13
Mar 1

Highest
Sale
Prices

26% Mar

30% Jan 14

97

98% Feb
6
40% Jan
4
75 % Mar 21

8
Jan
9
33% Mar 1
67% Jan 28

28% Mar 27

98
Mar
33 % Mar
67 % Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

5

14%

114
58
114

26% Mar

Sale
5%
Sale

83%

77%
11%
31%

Sale
99
Sale

9%

SINCE JAN. 1

Sale
Prices

Sale
Prices

28%

8%
141%

14

RANGE
Lowest

Highest

98 %
36%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

30%

.2

Sale
Sale
Sale

8%
104%

Sab

9
13%
36 %

General Controls Co—.
5
Gen Dynamics Corp
1
General Electric Co_—____5
General Finance Corp
1
General Foods Corp
.—_*
General Instrument Corp„1
General Mills com
——3
5% preferred
100
Gen Motors Corp com
1%

34%
69 %

or
Ask

21

STOCKS

-PRICES IN MARCHLowest
March 29
Sale
Closing or
Bid
Prices
Ask

Sale
84 %

7%
91%

$8 preferred ____—
General Bancshares Corp—2
General Bronze Corp
5
General Cable Corp com—
4% 1st preferred——__100
General Cigar Inc—_———1
Gen Contract Fin Corp

March 1

—

7% Jan
91% Jan
8% Mar
14

Jan

2
3
4
3
2

36% Jan
83% Jan 15
4
29 % Jan
4% Mar
14% Jan
25 % Mar

71%
39%
77%
11%
31%
113%
57%
114
87

33%
17%
33

37%
5%
31%
11%
26%
$21 %

Mar
Jan
Mar
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Mar
Jan
Mar
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Mar

4

2
1
6

25
4

2
2
4
2
2
3

26
2
19
10
3
4

2
2

1

9% Feb 18
111
9%
16 Ya
44%

Feb
7
Jan 24
Jan 24
Mar 27
88
Feb 27
33% Jan 17
5% Mar 22
15% Feb
4
29% Feb
7
79% Jan 23
44% Feb 14
85% Feb
4
13% Feb 21
35% Mar 29

116% Feb
1
65% Mar 28
118
Mar 20
95% Mar 1
40% Jan 15
20% Mar 29
39% Jan 18
39
Feb 18
5%
34%
13%
32%
26%

Jan

8

Feb 14
Jan

10

Feb 23
Mar 25

General Tel Co of Florida—

333,000 1,669,400
73,500
286,500
295,100
220
660

31,700
4,500

103,800
20,600
405,300
26,000
32,000

789,200
2,590
1,810

173,800
10,500
315,900
42,900
685,200
95,500

72,800
3,100
12,100
370,000 1,886,600
27,100
40,900

104,400
121,500

67.500

510,700
52,000
33,900
34,000
416,000

13,100
5,500
9,400
118,700
135,100
14,300

529,200
38,800

177,300

508,000

2,700
85,100
35,400
18,700
32.700
1,200

17,000
213,800
161,500

64,500

109,700
25,700
17,400
76.600

81,400

137,600
2.070
233,900

401,200
107,400
76,500
315,800

418,400 1,061,300
21,000
65,400
930
3,750
33,500
66,700
2,200
78,000
36,800

190

'

170
150
620

18,300

78,300

2,900
5,900
39,300
45,700
8,300

-10,900
16,400
164,700
256,400
12,400

"

140

540

9,600

28,400
150,800

28,100
104,300

356,900

40,400

173,500

'

70

340

32,100
24,000
30,600
18,400
5,300
25.300

101,400
65,900
120,200
60,700
$9,000
186,400

17,200

40,700

430

820

73,500
35,900

235,700
245,500

:

Gibson Greeting Cards
Gillette (The) Co
Gimbel Brothers
:
Ginn & Co
Glen Alden Corp
Glidden Co
Globe-Union Inc
Globe-Wernicke Inc
Goodrich (B F) CO—

55

18%
14%

2874
33%
303/4

Inc-5

——

1

331/4
23%
10

—5
—1

1
—10

36%
20

5
5

—

123/4
42%
33%
36%
40%

_10
Goodyear Tire & Rubber
*
Gould-Natl Batteries Inc
4
Grace (W R) & Co
1
Granby Consolidated Mining
Smelting & Power Ltd—5
Grand Union Co
5
Granite City Steel
6.25
Graniteville Co
5
Grant (W T) Co com
2.50
3%% preferred
100

173/4
15%
273/a
12%
20 Ve
813/4
3%
39%

ffGrayson-Robinson Stores—1
Great Atlantic & Pac Tea—1
Great North Iron Ore Prop_*

f'eat Northern Paper Co_25
bat Northern Ry—
eat Western Financial—1

$5 preferred

*

—*

„

Gulf Oil Corp
8.33%
Gulf States Utilities com—*

$4.20 preferred
$4.40 preferred
$4.44 preferred
$5 preferred
$5.08 preferred
Gustin-Bacon Mfg Go

100
100
100
100
100
2.50

____—_

Hackensack Water
12.50r
Hall (W. F.) Printing
5
Halliburton Co
5
Hallicrafters Co
1
Hamilton Watch common—1
4% conv preferred
—100
Hammermill Paper Co.—2.50
Hammond Organ Co
1
Hanna (M A) Co
2.50
Harbison Walker Refrac—
Common
i
7.50
6 % preferred
100
Harcourt Brace & World Inc 1
Harris-Intertype Corp
.1
Harsco Corp
1.25
Harshaw Chemical Co——5
Hart Schaffner & Marx_—5
Harvey Aluminum Inc
1
Hat Corp of America com—I
5% preferred
50
Haveg Industries
40c
Haves Industries Inc
5
—

When

issued

20O

162,000

Hazeltine

37,000

108,700

240

350

26,300
40,300
2,100
1,450
10,200

125,900
167,600
7,600
2,270
10,200

Heinz (H J) Co com__8.33%
3.65% preferred
100
Helene Curtis Indus cl A—1
Heller (W. E.) & Co
—25c
Helme (G W) Co common.10
1% non-cum preferred 25
Helmerich & Payne
10c

Corp

For footnotes, see page

29.

■

MM

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

24%
10%

Sale
Sale

24%
11%

Sale

Sale

24% Mar 1
9% Mar 19

25% Mar 7
11% Mar 29

22% Jan
2
9% Mar 19

26% Feb 13
12% Jan 28

21%

Sale
102%
106%

2374 Mar 29

3
20% Jan
100% Mar 15
4
101 % Jan
35
Jan 14
Feb 12
102
43% Mar 6

101
106

36
Sale
101 % 102%
45
Sale
533/8 Sale
Sale
18%
153/4 Sale

*

Sale

57%
21%
33

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

33%

Sale

33%

15

Sale

33%

Sale

3534

Sale

41

18

173/4

18%

Sale

17

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

28 %

14%
23 %

Sale
Sale
Sale

14%
24%

83%

84%

83

374
42%
15 %

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

3%
46%
153/4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
95%
96 %

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
99%
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

21

37
48

17%
39
152%
283/4

35%
68
44

36

88%
39%
36%
95%
99

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

96%
100

100% 10174
105% 106%
106% 107
19% Sale
34%
32%
51%

13%

36%
Sale
Sale
Sale

23

23%

91%
32%
21%
28

97
Sale
Sale
Sale

33%

Sale

132
130
Sale
30
46
Sale
Sale
31 %
Sale
19
33% Sale
Sale
20 %

8%
42

Sale
43
Sale

Sale
Sale

22%
37%

20

Sale
Sale

22%

42%

Sale

87
Sale
Sale

86

87
Sale

37%

49%

11%
46%
32%
39%
38

29%
333/4

19%
28%

8574
26%
17%
35%

Sale
102
Sale
36% Sale
Sale
102 3/4

11%
3974
21 %
113/4

Sale
8.
393/4"- 41

46%

23%

10O
105

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
32%
127% 128 ~
Sale
28
Sale
52%
Sale
32 3/a

17%

27% Mar 27
27% Jan
8

12

107
108
106% 108
20% Sale

19

26% Jan 22
26% Jan 31

39%

3974
34%
93%
95%
97% 100

29%
22%
26%

27% Mar 27
27% Mar 27

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
144% 145%

95

Mar 5
Mar 19

Sale

Sale-

33%

29%
51%
12%
25%

27
27

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

18

37

27%
27%

Sale
Sale

Sale

82

27%

38%
26%

Sale

31%
62
4434
30%

27

33%

Sale
Sale

43%

29 74

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

14% Sale
35% -Sale
,

2734
27%

Sale

5

200

29,400




473/a

;

Gulf Mobile & Ohio RR

2,090

.

80c

Corp

Products

Sale
Sale

'

5
Getty Oil Co.__
4
Giant Portland Cement Co_l
Gibraltar Financial
1
Gerber

Sale
Sale

Sale

35%

1

*

174.700

3,800
446,300 1,072,300
65,200
284,000

21

100

332,000
32,900
319,400

700

120
820
vX-Ii.
140
110

Georgia-Pacific

Sale

101V4
103

100

Genesco Inc common
$4.50 conv preferred

27
28

22%
10%

—30c

Common

$5 preference
5 % fo preference

Great Western Sugar com_*
1% preferred
100
Green Shoe Mfg Co
3
Greyhound Corp common 3
4% % conv pref
50
Grumman Aircraft Eng Corp 1

55,500

26%
27%

$1.30 pfd series B
—25
$1.25 preferred
25
General Telephone &
Electronics Corp
3.33%
General Time Cirp—.
2.50
General Tire & Rubber Co—

26 74

36

16%
36 %

38

38

—

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
—

37

27%

21% Mar 1
100% Mar 15
104
Mar 22 •
3534 Mar 11
101% Mar 12
43% Mar 6
523/4 Mar 6

18%
14%
29%
33%
33 %

103

Mar 25
106% Mar 11
36% Mar 29
103
Mar 28

4934 Mar 29
57% Mar 27

Jan 10
52
17% Jan 10
3
14% Jdn
27% Jan 24
2
33% Jan
Jan 11
28
Jan
3
33

Mar 22
15% Mar 1

Mar

23

Mar 18

3534 Mar 28
34% Mar 6

1
Mar 21
Mar 1

Mar 1
36% Mar 28
2674 Mar 5

11% Mar 19
39% Mar 1

34% Mar

5
38% Mar 4
27% Mar 29
12 74 Mar 1

.

23%
9%
36%
19%
11%
42%

Jan
Jan
Jan
Mar
Jan
31% Mar

40% Mar 20
22
Mar 14
12 % Mar 1

Mar 1
11% Mar 6
45 % Mar 27
3174 Mar 4
35% Mar 19

4774 Mar 18
3374 Mar 15
40% Mar 14

Sale

37% Mar

41% Mar 28

17%
153/4

Sale
Sale

17

2934

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

46

39V4
48%

*

Sale
Sale
Sale

191/2

Sale

38%

Sale
153%

21

1

Mar 19

15% Mar 27
27% Mar 25
14

Mar

1

223% j£ar 5
82% Mar 26
2%
42%
15%
363%
47%
16%

Mar 27
Mar 1
Mar 1
Mar

Mar
Mar

1
4
5

18% Mar
17% Mar
30

Mar

14% Mar
24% Mar
83% Mar
3% Mar
47

Mar

16% Mar

5
5
27
12
25
12
7.
28
13

39% Mar 8
49% Mar 5
20 % Mar 28

36% Mar 20

39% Mar 26
154
Mar 11
30% Mar 18
37
Mar 22
69% Mar 4
45% Mar 28
38 74 Mar 4

Sale
10034 102
106% 1063/4
107
108%
Sale
18%

Mar 18
Mar 29
Mar 1
Mar 4
Mar 1
Mar 1
Mar 19
Mar 1
Mar 1
Mar 19
Mar 26

10674 Mar 11

106% Mar 11
107% Mar 22
2074 Mar 4

Sale
Sale
Sale

29% Mar 28

152

28%
36%
69%
45

3734
86 %
413/4
39%
951/2

Sale
Sale
71
Sale
Sale

87%
Sale
Sale
97

98

371/2

301/4
50%
12%
22%

Sale
23%

96

98

21 %

Sale
Sale

29%

Sale
133
30% Sale
48
Sale
Sale
32
Sale
19%
33% Sale

3334
129

19%
7%

Sale
Sale

42

43
Sale
Sale

2534
373/4
25%
223/4
41
87

24%
15%
36 %
373/4
12

152
28%
353/8
67

4274
35%
84%
39%
36%
96%
97

107

Mar

4

17% Mar 27
36V4 Mar
50

Mar

7
6

12% Mar 20
22% Mar 19
96% Mar 11
31
Mar 8
21% Mar 1
27% Mar 1

32% Mar 18
131
30

Mar 15
Mar 1

45% Mar 26
Mar 15
18% Mar 6
32 34 Mar 20
1934 Mar 26
7% Mar 26
42
Mar 26
21% Mar 1
35% Mar 19
31

25

Mar 29

22

Mar

Sale

40
87
23%
15%

Mar 26

363/4
38
Sale i

1

Mar 26
3934 Mar 28
9674 Mar 19
99
Mar 6
43

__

Sale
Sale
88
Sale
Sale

88% Mar

Mar
Mar
Mar
35% Mar
37% Mar
11% Mar

4

4
19
26
18
4

29

37% Mar 14
32% Mar 4
51% Mar 1
14% Mar 4
23% Mar 6
98% Mar 6
Mar 27
33
22% Mar 15"
30% Mar 14

34% Mar 13
Mar 15
30% Mar 12
48% Mar 8
33
Mar 7
I93/4 Mar 25
3474 Mar 5
20% Mar 8
8 3% Mar 4
43
Mar 19
26
Mar 29
37% Mar 1
25% Mar 29
23% Mar 11

131

43% Mar 4
87% Mar 12
2674 Mar

1

16% Mar 11
36% Mar 5
38
Mar 1
12% Mar 20

Jan

2
2

2
4
6
2
1

35% Mar 19
37% Feb 28

.

17
Mar 19
2
15% Jan
2
Jan
2
Jan
2
Jan
8
Jan
4
Jan
2
3934 Jan
2
14% Jan
2
35
Jan
2 "
43% Jan
16% Jan 24

27%
12%
20%
8174
2%

2
4
Jan
28
Feb 12
2
31% Jan
3
61% Jan
4174 Jan 24
2
30% Jan
2
82
Jan
4
38% Jan
2
34
Jan

33% Jan

143

95

18
3
6
Feb 15
Feb 20
Jan

9574 Jan
99% Ff>b
106

23% Mar 29^-n
103
107
36%
103%
49%
57%
23

16%
35%
35%
34%
39%

Mar
Feb
Jan
Feb
Mar
Mar
Mar
Jan

Mar
Jan
Mar

25
21
23
18
29
27
22
25
28
9
5
28

Feb
Feb 12
13% Feb 13
40% Jan 11
Feb 13
25
9
13% Jan
28

49
Jan 28
36% Jan 28
42% Feb 11
42% Jan 18

193/4 Feb

1

Jan 15'
31% Feb 19
15
Jan
9
2474 Mar 25
84
Feb 11
4% Jan 11
47
Mar 28
16% Jan 15
42
Feb
4
49% Mar 5
2074 Mar 28
18

40% Feb 27
154
Feb
8
30% Feb
4
38
Feb 20

727/, Feb 19
9
393/4 Feb 15
92
Feb
8
43% Feb
7
39% Mar 28
4 6 34 Jan

96% Jan 25
100 74 Feb 28

101% Feb 28
108% Jan 30
Feb

7

17% Mar 27

2274 Jan

7

7
Jan
3
Feb 12
Feb 12
Feb
6
93
Feb
4
2
29% Jan
21% Feb
6
26% Jan
3

40

106

36

Jan

29%
48%
12%
22%

31% Jan
7
Jan 22

126
28

Jan

2

45 74 Mar 26
303/4 Feb 28

18% Mar

6

32 34 Mar 20

17%
7%
40%
193/i

Jan

25

20

Mar 29
Jan
2

40

Mar 26

2
Mar 26
Jan 16

Jan
28% Jan

2
2

85% Feb 19
23%
15 %
35
3774
11%

Mar 19

Mar 26
Jan
8
Jan 28
Mar 29

108

32%
53%
1 di(,
25%
98%

Jan 22
Feb
6
Jan 18

Feb 21
Jan
2
Mar

6

33% Feb 14
23% Feb 18
7
32% Feb

34% Jan 29
131
31

Mar
Jan
53% Jan
34% Jan

21% Jan
?4% Feb

15
23
10
28
9
8

22% Jan 24
9
43
26
40%
25%

Feb 11
Mar 19
Mar 29
Feb 21
Mar 29

25% Feb 20
4 0% Jan 16
4
87% Feb
8
70% Jan
18% Jan 24
36% Jan 22
38

Jan

23

12% Mar 20

22

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

Aggregate Sales
in
March

Jan, 1

New York
Stock Exchange

Shares

Shares

STOCKS

124,000

385,300

110

530

500

1,400
118,000
180,700
164,900
170,600
36,000
239,100

Since

Price Jan. 2,
1963

Opening
Par

Bid

or

Ask

March 1
Opening or
Bid
Ask

P RICES
March 29

Closing
Bid

or

—

STOCKS

IN MARCH
Lowest
Sale

Sale

Prices

Ask

JAN. 1

RANGE S

Highest

Lowest
Sale
Prices

Highest
Prices

Sale

Prices

Hercules Powder Co—■

50,500
53,000
51,700
27,300
5,900
97,200
106,100
1,060
2,900
31,500
20,300
7,600

196,900
1,660
12,600
109,700
64,300
32,200
42,300

16,300

18,500

Common

$2

41 %.

—11/24

;

:—100
class A pfd
•

conv

Hershey

67
32%
44%

133/4
16%
193/4
24 y4

Heublein Inc
Hewitt-Robins Inc

Hewlett-Packard Co———1
Heyden Newport ChemicalsCommon
1
3%% preferred ser A—100
Hill Corp
—5
Hilton Hotels Corp
2.50
Hoffman Electronics
Holland Furnace—

Cp—50c
5

10

Holly Sugar Corp

75

5%
27%
9%
3%

50c
1
.-5

70
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

15
74

*
1

Chocolate

Hertz Co (The)
Hess Oil & Chemical

Sale
Sale
Sale

30
350

27,500
9,300
1,000
8,400
3,700
111,000

Holt Rinehart & Winston_l
Homestake Mining
-12.50
Hooker Chemical Corp com_5

*

Household Finance
3 % % preferred

20,200
22,200
2,500
29,500
12,500

101,300
89,600
8,800
,155,200
27,300

42,800

317,600
7,880

1,020
281,700
2,000
32,300

25,500

96,800

51.600

6,000
89,900

145,300
6,000
246,500

Idaho Power Co
,5
Ideal Cement Co
5
Illinois Central Industries.*
Illinois Central RR Co
•

51,100
1,320
310
480

134,300
4,200
360 "
790

73,800
1,200
12,200

34%
95

Sale
98

813/4
89

91%

98%

97%

99%

115%
39%
9%
12%
47%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
32%
98 y4 99
98
99%
Sale
7%

403/4
16%

41%
Sale

31
3

16%
20%,
413/4

10%
113/4
48%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

30%

Sale

121
44

21

19%

18%

97 y2

100
4%
preferred
100
4.40% preferred
/V—.100
Houston Light & Power
*

Sale

102%

1
1

26
19
19

16% Mar

Sale
76%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

49%

Sale
Sale

273^ Mar 19
48% Mar 4

34
97

Sale
98 y4

33% Mar 14
97
Mar 14
102
Mar 7
30% Mar 5
2 3/4 Mar 14
16
Mar 12
20 Va Mar 1
41% Mar 14
49 V* Mar 15
84
Mar 5
91
Mar 25
98 y2 Mar 14
1191/4 Mar 4
43 Va Mar 19
10% Mar 27
11% Mar 1
48 V* Mar
1

6y8
25%
8%
4%
35 y4
28 y4

104y4
343/4
2%
153/4
20%
43%

97
126

51
86

90%

Sale
Sale
Sale
16

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

92%
99%
Sale

12

Sale
Sale
Sale

51%

Sale

45%
10%

31

100%

99

100

100
Sale
42
Sale

26
1
18
26

1
4
6y2 Mar 18
25
Mar 26
8 Va Mar 12
4ys Mar 6
33
Mar 20

99% 100%
7%
41%
16%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

473/4
15%
18 %

76

Sale
Sale

115
67 y2
31 Va
44%
13 y8

68

65
34

Sale

87%

5% preferred ser B—100
Hupp Corp common
1
5% preferred ser A
50
Hussmann Refrigerator
5

520
140

7

26%
8%
IV*
36%
29
48%

393/8 Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
17% Mar
20y8 Mar
18% Mar

Sale

40

116% 118

75 y2
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

51
82

18%

Howard Johnson Co
1
Howard Stores Corp
1
Howe Sound Co
1
Hud Bay Min & Sm Co Ltd *
Hunt Foods & Industries—
Common
5
5% preferred ser A
100

170
210

163/4
74%

Sale
Sale
69
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
84
Sale

40%
47 v*
80 %

*

com

1,930

21%
20%

Sale

30%
23/4
15%

5 % conv preferred
Houdaille Indus Inc com
3
$2.25 conv preferred
50

720
70
100

19

933/4
Sale
Sale
2%
Sale
Sale
Sale

101%

*
Co_5
1
25

Hoover Ball & Bearing
Hotel Corp of America

34%
44%
13%

Sale
Sale
Sale

35
93

$4.25 preferred$5 2nd preferred ser C

42%
115
60

6%

293/4
43 y4

197,400
1,750
1,220
61,600
39,800
3,200
49,900
8,300
191,500

62,100

Sale

30

84,100
148,400

37,300

Sale

117

115,

preferred

5%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

7
43
17

433/4

Sale
Sale

33%
23%

30% Mar 1
100
Mar 6
100
Mar 5
6% Mar 20
41 y2 Mar 8
16% Mar 22

Sale
Sale

46%
453/8

75 % Mar

Sale

Sale

42% Mar 1
Mar 11
Mar 18

118
69

Mar 1
Mar 25

35
49

15% Mar 27
19 Va Mar 1
213/4 Mar 27
Mar

21

1

19% Mar 18
76 y2 Mar 19
7j/2 Mar 25
27% Mar 5
8% Mar 4
4% Mar 29
37 V* Mar 26
293/4 Mar 8

513/4 Mar

8

Mar 5
Mar 25
Mar 22
Mar 22
Mar 1
16 V* Mar 1
21
Mar 8
43 y2 Mar 27
51 % Mar 7
88
Mar 26
36

98 V*
104 y2
35 V*
3

92% Mar 21
98 y2 Mar 14
128 y2 Mar 20
46
Mar 28
10% Mar 1

12J/4 Mar 13
5iy2 Mar 29
33% Mar 13

101% Mar 18

43% Jan 16

Jan 29

39
115
67

Mar 11
Jan 11
35% Feb 18
Mar 25
49
15% Mar 27
21 YB Jan 24
1
24% Feb
27 y4 Jan 14

118
69

1
Jan 24
Mar

31 Va Mar 26

413/4 Feb 12

131/a
163/4
19%
18%

Feb 20
Jan
2
Jan
3
Mar 19

14% Jan
74
6
25

19% Mar 18
76 y2 Mar 19
71/2<fcEeb 8
28% Jan 25
10% Jan
4
4% Jan 28
38
Feb 27

2

Jan

4
Jan
8
Mar 26

8y8 Mar 12
33A Jan
2
30

2

Jan

27% Mar 19
431/4 Jan
2

32% Feb
51=V* Feb

37% Feb 15
98 y4 Mar 25
104 y2 Mar 22
35% Mar 22
3% Feb 15
16% Feb 18
Feb 14
22
43% Mar 27
52% Feb 27
Mar 26
88
92% Mar 21
98 y2 Mar 14
128% Mar 20
Mar 28
46
11
Jan 24
123/4 Feb 20
51% Jan 30

Jan 31
Jan
3
101'/2 Jan
2
28
Feb
1

33
93

23/4 Jan 21
15% Jan
2
18% Jan
2
40%
45%
80i/2
881/4
98
114

2
9
Jan
8
Jan 23
Feb
6
Jan
Jan

Jan

39% Jan
9% Jan
11 i/a Jan
47% Jan

2
2

2
2
2

30y4 Mar 1
98i/4 Jan 10

Mar 12
7% Mar 8
43
Mar 26
17 Va Mar 29
34 Va Mar
1
24 Va Mar 28

32y2Jan
2
21
Mar 18

46 V* Mar 29

35

Jan

9

101 y2 Mar 18
101
Mar 12
83/* Jan 14

67/a Mar 20
40% Jan
8
161/s Jan 30

45% Mar 28
393/8 Jan
2

101

8
8

98% Feb 20

43

Mar 26
8

17% Jan

*

Illinois

preferred

140

15~,io6

2,380
60,800
62,400

14,600

Industria Electrica
De Mexico S A

171,000

_100p

Ingersoll-Rand common—*
6% preferred
—100

50

70

69,600
19,000

278,100
86,800

36,900

Inspiration Cons Copper—20

89,700
1,390
57,400
720,800
238,700
126,690

Interchemical Corp com
5
4 V2 %
preferred
lOo
Interlake Iron Corp
l
Int'l Business Machines
5
Inter Harvester common—_*

640

13,900

162,800
74,500
56,270

32,300
400

331,000

952,000
2,500

740,300

55,400
5,400
20,600

17,600

International Minerals &
Chemical Corp com

4%

Common
2.50
$4 preferred
*
Intl Pipe & Ceramics Corp.l
5% conv preferred
100
Internatl Rys of Cent Am
•
5% preferred
——-100
International Rectifier
1

94,300

1317500

34 y2 Mar

47%

Sale

48%
51%

52

49%

51

50 V*

51V*

46y2 Mar 26
48 Va Mar 13
51V* Mar 1
50% Mar 20

48%
30
30

49%

48%

Sale
Sale

29

49%
Sale
Sale

42%

Sale

383/4
46
48

Sale
46%
48 %

36%
47%

Sale
Sale
49 y2

51%

52%

491/4
47 ya
30%

50
48

.

30

Sale
Sale

5%
66'A Sale
153 Ya 160
6

37 y2
53

Sale

31%
97 y4
23%
388%
49%
157 y8

31%,

Sale

97%.
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

41%

Sale

83

85%

62%
17%

Sale

26%
98%

Sale
Sale
29

48%
5iy»

6
6%
Sale
67
155
162%
Sale
36%
Sale
643/4
Sale
31
95% 97
25% Sale
Sale
400
Sale
55
171% Sale

31%
6Vs
743/8
155
38

63%
333/a
97%
25%
421

55%
161 Va

49%

6%
Sale
162%

Sale

6

45% Mar 29

5% Mar

6
1
7

Sale
Sale

36

Mar

1

Sale

31
96

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

45
84 V*

Sale

48 V*

Sale

853/4

84%

87%

10%
Sale

Sale

10%
59%
18%

10%

59%
18%

Sale
99

30%
98%

Sale
99 %

31V*
107 y2

26%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

37%
39ya
44%

Sale
39%
Sale

Sale

Sale

Mar 11
52
Mar 11
50% Mar 20

49

■

273/i Mar 20
30
Mar 1

Mar
Mar

98%

38% Mar 29
47% Mar 1

.

67
155

10

498,600

7%

preferred

6,100
63.100
42,300
6,400
13.700

18,700
173,800
86,200
26,400
39,700

37,600
60,000
100

145,900

10.400

65,000

Iowa Power & Light Co
10
Island Creek Coal com
50c
$6 preferred
1
I-T-E Circuit Breaker Co
5

7,800
12,200

29.000
72,400

Jefferson Lake

240

1.820
21,100

3,550
75.100

1237800

347,700

14.000

51,600

58,300

149,800

105,500

476,690

1.520
5,400
25.200

5,540
26,800

.

Jaeger Machine Co

170

3^4%

Inc common

preferred

Johns-Manville
Corp
Johnson & Johnson

Joy Manufacturing Co

217,600
8,500
4,400

Kaiser

9,300
1.400

footnotes,




1

-100
5
5

Jonathan Logan Inc
50c
Jones & Laughlin
Steel Corp common
_lo
5% preferred ser A
-100
Jorgensen (Earle M) Co
1

254,300

500

5

"Sulphur Cb_l

Jersey Central Pwr & Lt—
4%
preferred
100
Jewel Tea

4V8%

4%%
4%%
4%%

Alum

9
26

72%
26%

37%
39%

40

Sale
40%
Sale

t5,210

91,000

10%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

34%
39 y»
42%

International Tel & Tel
.«
4% conv pfd series B__100
International Utilities
5
$2 conv preferred
25
Interstate Dept Stores^
1
Interstate Power Co
3.50
Iowa. Elec Light & Pw Co__5
Iowa-Illinois Gas & Elec
1

1

&

Chem_33y3c
conv preferred
100
preferred
50

98

Sale

8.33%
25

Common

300

28

27%

104%

27%
71%
25 y8

International Shoe Co
International Silver—

26,400

For

Sale

47

Sale

10c
_•
•

Int'l Resistance Co
International Salt

1,560

1,400
1,500

373/8

'•
___

393/8

11 y8
50
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

8,500

56.500
1.500

Sale

32% Mar 21
21
Mar 18
45 V* Mar 28
42% Mar 1

Feb
8
24 Ya Mar 28
46 y4 Mar 29
36

45% Mar 29

613/4 Mar 20

243/4
397%
533/8
161 Va

Mar

1

Mar

5
18
1
15
29

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

30% Mar 1
313/4 Mar 28
6y8 Mar 12
75
Mar 29
155
Mar 7
38% Mar 28
65
Mar 27
33% Mar 29
97% Mar 25
26
Mar 1
423 V* Mar 28

56% Mar 11
Mar 15

175

34% Mar
45% Jan
473/8 Jan

48
49

53
50%
49%
363/4
33

Feb
5
Jan
7
273/4 Mar 20

50
47

29% Feb 25

5% Jan 28

33

523/4
30%
96

23%
384%
491/2
157 Va

Jan 30
Mar 20
Feb 20
Jan 29
Jan 31

6%
75
155
40 y4
66%
33%
98%
26 %
424%
56 y8
175

7
51'A Feb 25

65
155

14
Feb 21
Mar 11

Jan
9
Jan 22
Jan 28
Feb 18
Feb 11
Mar 29
Feb 18
Feb 18
Feb
1
Feb 25
Jan 17

393/4 Jan

6
8

Jan
2,
Jan 28
Mar
1
Jan
2
Feb
4
Mar 5
Jan
2
Jan
2
Jan
2
Jan
2

Mar 19
Mar 8

48% Mar 25
85 y2 Mar 21

40 V* Jan
3
833/4 Jan 15

49 Ya Feb 14
86y4 Feb 11

Mar 18
58% Mar 12
17% Mar 1

10 Va Mar 11
60% Mar 5
203/4 Mar 14

tlO
Feb 28
58% Mar 12
17% Jan
7

11 y4 Jan 30

44
84
10

68V4 Feb
1
203/4 Mar 14

International Paper—

44,200
21,300
8,500
18,770
139,700
180,500
19,300
77,900

21,300

100

When issued
1%
Internatl Nickel of Canada »
International Packers Ltd
1

16,700
490,200

3.840

preferred

5
preferred
;—100
International Mining—

1,300

5,100
1,700

—*

130.900
2,200

137,900
200,000

500
30,200

Inland Steel Co

7%

—

—50

4.26% preferred
50
4.70% preferred
50
4:42% preferred
:
50
4.20% preferred
—50
Indiana General Corp
1
Indianapolis Power & Lt
•

4,000
48,300

34

21%

•

■'

_15

Common

4.08%

Sale
Sale

Co-

Power

100

13,500

33

21%

,

49

9ya

ioo%

Sale

27%
106 y4

103/4

61%

43%
102%

Sale

Sale

74

103% 104%

41

45

Sale

47

44 ya
28 %

Sale
Sale
Sale

48%
28%

49%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

61%

49
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

23%
56

49%
50

19%
120
14

10yB
16

86
50 V*
8 61/4
43
74
15 y2

27

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

105 V* Mar

7

8% Mar 29
51

Mar

6

8ya Mar 19
21
71

Mar 27

Mar
253/i Mar
36

4
4

Mar 28

42% Mar 19
102% Mar 15
45
Mar
48% Mar
28% Mar

1
8
4

30% Mar 29
983/4 Mar 26
33
Mar 20
107% Mar 29
10 3/4 Mar 1
623/4 Mar 1
9y8 Mar 1
26

Mar

1

74% Mar 13
273/4 Mar 7

38% Mar

8

44% Mar 4
104
Mar 21
47% Mar 21
49%
32%
28 y8
62 y4
53

Mar

Mar
Mar

6
29
27
8
27

26Va Jan
98

Jan

30% Mar 29
99% Jan 23
33
Mar 20
107% Mar 29
11
Jan 29
64% Jan 25
10% Jan 28
7
29% Feb
77% Jan 25
28% Jan 15

2
16

263/4 Feb 18
104

.

Jan

4

8% Mar 29
48'/a Jan 21
8i/a Mar 19
21
71

Mar 27
Mar 4

25% Jan

2

34% Jan
39 Ya Jan
413/4 Jan

2
18

99% Jan
40 3/4 Jan
44% Jan
28% Jan
23% Jan
56
Jan
49
Jan
49% Jan
193/4 Jan
122
Jan
13% Jan

413/4 Jan 25

3
2
7
2

39 y8 Jan 18
48 Ya Jan 29
104
Mar 21
47% Mar 21
49% Mar 6
8
32% Jan
28 y8 Mar 27
5
63% Feb
53
Mar 27
56% Jan 28
Mar 25
27
124
Jan 31
4
16% Feb

2
3
3
2
2
2
2
3

Sale

15%

Sale

15%

123
Sale

Sale
Sale

10%

.16%

Sale
Sale

10%
15%

Sale
Sale

10y4 Mar 1
15% Mar 11

10% Mar
16% Mar

10
Jan
2
15 y4 Mar 11

11% Jan 21
19% Feb
1

873/4 Mar 21
57
Mar 7

7
84% Jan
50ya Jan 29
5
85 y4 Feb

47 y2 Mar 27
83
Mar 27

42

88
57
87 y4
47%
83 y2

1221/2

50

55%
21%
122

Sale
Sale
123%

53
55"

55%

25%

Sale

121

Sale
Sale
87 »/2

86

88

87%

88

53%

Sale

53

Sale

853/4 Mar 8
52% Mar 18

88

Sale
Sale

89
Sale
Sale

87%

443/4
81 y4

46 y4
82 y4

89
Sale
Sale

43
79

Sale

15%

Sale

16 V*

Sale

15% Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

53 y8
102 %

Sale
Sale

21%

14%
Sale

Sale

34%
96'%

Sale
98 %

47%

Sale

50%

101%
13%
19%

Sale
Sale
Sale

103 %

35ya

Sale
Sale
52

32 s/8
93
50 V*

90

32

27%
60%

Sale
49%

4
98
Mar 11
27 V* Mar 1

25% Mar 5
60
Mar 19
49% Mar 6
54% Mar 8
21% Mar 1
123% Mar 18
14% Mar 19

133/4
20%

95

pfd (57 ser)__100

50%
104% 105%

cv

pfd (59 ser)—100

107

106

102 V* 103%

29.

8y8
22%

40%

cv

see page

8%
51 %

26% Mar

106%

503/4
Sale

14

50%
Sale
108% niy2
107

Sale

50%

Mar

8
Mar 11

6

Mar

1
Mar 20
13% Mar 1
20% Mar 5

102

32% Mar 1
93% Mar 6
50
Mar 25
106% Mar 5
103 V2 Mar 4

Mar
Mar
56% Mar 22
263/4 Mar 22
Mar 21
124
15% Mar 4

17

Mar 15

54
Mar 28
103 % Mar
1
14 y4 Mar
8
21% Mar 13
35

98%
50 %
111
107

Mar 7
Mar 26
Mar 5
Mar 28
Mar 29

Jan

2

73y2 Jan
153/8 Mar

47% Jan

2
8
4
2

32% Mar
90
50
104 y2
106

2

Jan

4

Jan

7

19

54% Feb 18
104% Feb 21
14"% Jan 21
24

1

2
Mar 25
Jan

Feb
Feb

15
Feb 27
17% Jan 23

6

100 »/2 Jan
13 y2 Jan
19% Jan

Jan 23
Mar 7

.

Jan

15

38% Jan 10
98 % Mar 26
51% Jan
9
111% Jan 21
110
Jan 31

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

April, 1963
in
March

Jan. 1

New York
Stock Exchange

Shares

Shares

STOCKS

11,400

$39,400

120
20
80
80

420
660
650
210

1,090
30,600
6,500

1,280
218,700
16,900
60,400
43,300
415,400
91,800
68,300
74,800
442,500
91,100
348,300
14,200
238,900
87,800
12,900
63,100
3,060
876,500
127,900
74,500
24,800
229,600

Aggregate Sales
Since

Price Jan. 2,
1963

23

-PRICES IN MARCHMarch 1

Opening or

Opening

Bid

Par

STOCKS

—

Ask

Bid

82

40
82

or

Ask

March 29

Closing
Bid

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest

Highest

Sale
Prices

Sale

or

Ask

Highest

Lowest
Sale
Prices

Prices

Sale

Prices

Kansas City Pow & Lt Co-

12,600

13,100
55,800
47,000
21,100
34,000
107,200
24,200
70,200
3,800
79,200
28,500
2,100
18,100
830

218,200
50,900

14,600
16,200
66,800
14,700

51,000

28,300

155,100

23,300

61,600

100

100

12,400
13,400
50,800

42,800
64,100
354,300
154,900
329,000
67,400
156,400

23,100
62,200
15,700

74,400
55,600
3,100
2,100
59,200

209,600
7,100

10,400
194,500

17,100
5,700
81,100

246,500

145,000
66,100

349,700
222,400

70,700
22,800

540

2,680

26,700
82,800
11,800

99,100
361,400

618,000

945,600

6,000

11,400

255,600

146,000
92,700
91,400
136,600

998,900
698,500
361,900
360,200
449,200

10

260

62,100

199,200

10
30
250

250
70

51,200
200,500

1,150
40,800
24,100
12,200
19,400
18,100

3,600
33,200
2,400
20,800
820

46,800

68,800
4,400
3,700

47,600

1,150
77,500
418,900
3,140
141,000

129,900
71,200
94,300
63,000

32,400
158,900
11,600
96,300
9,370
190,600

153,700
26,900

229,200
16,400
33,500
667,100
78,500

15,900
5,400

34,400
22,100

11,600
99,800

New

*

common

3.80%
4%
4 l/a %
4.20%
4.35%

preferred
preferred
preferred
preferred
preferred
Kansas City South Ind
Noncumulative pfd

Sale
95
100% 102
94% 95
97% 98%
38% Sale
19 % 19%
27 %
Sale

100

•
25

Kansas Gas & Elec Co
*
Kansas Power & Lt Co_8.75

Kayser-Roth Corp
1
Kellogg Co
50c
Kelsey Hayes Co
1
Kendall Co
8
Kennecott Copper Corp
*
Kern County Land Co
2.50
Kerr-McGee Oil Industries.l

Keystone Steel & Wire
Kimberly Clark Corp
King-Seeley Thermos Co

81

100
100
10O
100

_1
5
1

KLM

1

,

48

16%
56
33%
30

66%
73%
34%
33%

53%
33
12

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
34
Sale
Sale

13%

Sale

29%

25
*

38

43

42

24%

Sale

22
16
13%
22%

22%
Sale

22%
21%
16%

14
Sale
Sale

Lane

Bryant

Lanvin-Parfums Inc
Lear Siegler Inc

1

1

Lee Rubber & Tire
5
Leesona Corp
5
Lehigh Coal & Navig'n Co_l

Lehigh Portland Cement 15
Lehigh Valley Indus com_50c
$1.50 conv pfd series A
*
Lehigh Valley RR Co
_*
Lehman Corp (The)
1
Lehn

&

Leonard

Pink

Products
Refineries Inc

1

3

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass 5
Libby McNeil & Libby
7
Liggett & Myers Tob com_25
7% preferred
100
Lily Tulip Cup Corp
5

Ling-Temco-Vought Inc
Link

Belt

Co

50c
5

Lionel Corp (The) com_2.50
3%% non-cum conv pfd 20
Litton Industries Inc
1
Lockheed Aircraft
1
Loew's Theatres Inc
1
Lone Star Cement
4
Lone Star Gas common
10
4.84% preferred-.
100
Long Island Lighting com_10
5% series B pfd
100
4.25% series D pfd
100
4.35% series E pfd
100
Loral Electronics Corp
25c
Lorillard (P) common
5
7% preferred
100
Louisville Gas & Elec (Ky)_*
Louisville & Nashville
50
Lowenstein (M) & Sons
1
Lukens Steel Co
3.33 %

Lykes Bros Steamship Co_10

7

16%

Sale

1%

Sale

22

5%

22%

47%

Sale

5%
16%

Sale
17
Sale

65

54%
21%
181/2

Sale
Sale
Sale
22% Sale
132
140
Sale
51%
103
94
96

42%
143

32%
59%
9%
39%
15 %

Magma Copper Co
Magnavox Co (The)
Mallory (PR) & Co

66

46%.
56 y4
92

22%
1%

8%

104

95%
97

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

99,100
42,900

132,500

Marlin-Rockwell Corp

24%

180,700

Marquardt Corp

12%

Sale
Sale

19,600
22,900

70,000
71,400
960,800
107,200
139,700

Marquette Cement Mfg Co_

37 y2

Marshall Field & Co

33%
21%

42,400
196,400
117,600
67,400

8,500
3,200

16,800
22,000
129,700

35,000
60

2,250

1,140
3,920

190

280

1,350
153,200

4,140
705,400

66,800
40,100
41,200
6,100

324,800
204,000

15,200
8,500

60,800
32,600

74,600
21,400

189,200
101,900

163,100

18,700

May Dept Stores common
$3.75 preferred 1945
$3.75 preferred 1947
$3.40 preferred
3%% pfd series 1959—100
Mays (J W) Inc.
Maytag Co (The)
MCA

Inc

common

$1.50 conv pfd
McCall Corp
McCord Corp
3
McCrory Corp common 50c
3%% conv preferred
100
$6 conv preferred
100
5Vfe% conv pref B
100
4%% conv pref B
100
McDermott (J Ray) & Co
1
McDonnell Aircraft
2.50
McGraw-Edison Co
1
McGraw-Hill Publishing
1




36%
54%
82%
81%
73%

Sale
Sale
22%
Sale
Sale

17%
1%

Sale
Sale
22%

1% Mar 18
22% Mar 18

6%

6% Mar 19

35%

Sale
10 %

13%
70%
156

Sale
Sale

158

159
Sale

47%
15%

Sale

49%

Sale

4%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

6%
18%
62%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

15

59%
51

18%
19%
22%

Sale
Sale

140

150
Sale
55%

104% 105%
96
97 %
98% 99%
14 %
Sale
42% Sale
Sale
147%
35% Sale
69% Sale
10
Sale
44

16%

8%
70%
36%
46
28

51%
18 %
20%
23% Sale
132 % 142
Sale
58%
104

105%
94% 96 %
97% 98
Sale
12%
Sale
45%
149
Sale
Sale
37
Sale
70
10

Sale
Sale

45%
17%

Sale
Sale

27%
40%

48
Sale
Sale
Sale

48%
61%
94 y2
20%
2%

Sale

8%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

17% Mar

27

Mar

1

6

32% Mar 19
9% Mar 28
521/4 Mar 25
12% Mar 26
Mar 4
70
155% Mar 11
Mar
1
15 % Mar 29
47% Mar 6

45

4% Mar

13% Mar

Mar

57%
49%
17%
191/2
22%

Mar

54%
104%
94%
97%
12%

42%
146%
331/2
66%
9%
43 %
15%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

Mar 14
63% Mar 26
537/8 Mar 12
19
Mar 28
20 % Mar 29

24 y8 Mar 22
Mar 4
140
58% Mar 25
104% Mar 25
96 % Mar 4
Mar 14
98
14% Mar 1
47% Mar 26
Mar 29
150
Mar 29
37
71% Mar 4
10% Mar 4
46% Mar 27
17% Mar 22

27% Mar 22
40% Mar 29

95

Sale
Sale

44
28

47
Mar 27
31 ya Mar 22

29%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

21%
5%
43 y2
29 y2
29 Ms

Mar 11
Mar 1
Mar 1
Mar 1
Mar 25

Sale

3ft y4

23
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

23%
5%
48%

9ya
Sale

2

Mar

Sale
Sale

Sale

36

Sale
Sale

35%
35%
20%
36%
55%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
83

83
83

35 Ya
33 Ya
20
36 y4
55 »/2
83
83

85

14%
29%
49 V*
341/4
22 Ya
22%
16 ya

Sale

15%
30 ya
50%
35 Ya
19%
22 y4
16%
85 y4

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
83
Sale

120

Sale
Sale
Sale

92%
102

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

19%
Sale
Sale
91
Sale

106

72%
27%

Sale

56

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

36%
26%

16%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

17%

Sale

32 y8

33%

,2oy2
37%

57%
85
85 %
76 y4
84%
15%
30 ya

85%
Sale
77
86
Sale
Sale

Sale
35% 35%
21
Sale
22
Sale
16
Sale
85 y2 88
90 y4
91 %
103
104%
72
71
28
Sale
Sale
51 y2
Sale
38%
Sale
25%
51

Mar 15
Mar 27
Mar 27

23 y2 Mar 29

26% Mar 4
12% Mar 26

Sale
Sale
77
86%

Mar 28
Mar 8
Mar 15

Sale.

72%
37%
46%

Sale
Sale

Mar 13

49

61% Mar 28

7
1
6
Mar 11
Mar 1

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale %
Sale >

1

8% Mar
70
Mar
36
Mar

9

30%
13%

Sale

4

20%
2%
9y2
73%
38

Sale

Sale
Sale

55
33

7% Mar 14

4
1
1

26%

Sale

16% Mar 18

29
5
12
28
28
11
5

22

8
6
5
1

14%

Sale

22

Mar

18

4
1
25
8
14
19
4
14
19
12
6
6
15

27
38 y4
47%
58%
93
19%

7

6y4
49%
33%
31%
32
14%
37%

Mar 4
Mar 29
Mar 6
Mar 4
Mar 1
Mar 1
Mar 1

37 y2
21 y2
38

59%
85
85 Va

Mar 25
Mar 26
Mar 26
Mar 5
Mar 27
Mar 1
Mar 26
Mar 8
Mar 19
Mar 19
Mar 8
Mar 20
Mar 29

■

_

84% Mar 7
15 y4 Mar 1
30
Mar 26
48 % Mar 14
35
Mar 21
19% Mar 4
21
Mar 18
16
Mar 20
851/2 Mar 22
90
102

Mar 27
Mar 12

70

Mar 19

Mar 5 *
16% Mar 15

85

Mar 13

31

52% Mar 26
36 y4 Mar 15
21
Mar 13
22% Mar 14
17% Mar 4
88
94
104

-

Mar 18
Mar 4
Mar 12

73% Mar 13

26% Mar 20

29 y8 Mar

Jan 24
Feb 12
100% Jan
8
95% Jan 10
99
Jan 22
4
38% Jan
8
19% Jan
2
27% Jan
48
Jan
2

28

28% Mar 13
7% Mar 26
18% Mar 28
1% Mar 1
23
Mar 5
6% Mar 4
28% Mar 13
35% Mar 1
10% Mar 11
54% Mar 14
Mar 4
14
76% Mar 12
Mar 27
159
47% Mar 29
17% Mar 1
49 % Mar 5

1

Mar

26
25
21

Mar 20

24

Mar
Mar 6
Mar 22
Mar l

140

28

21% Mar 19
16% Mar 1

1
1
1

15

y4
5%
43%
30%
30%
26

5%

75%

65
23%
57%
37%
23%

13%
72%

Sale
Sale

74%

105

9%
52%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

34%

45%
17%
49

83

82

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

61/4
27%

17
24 % Mar 29
7% Mar 4

7
7

32% Mar 29
47% Mar 29

Mar 29
Mar 7
Mar 12
Mar 29
Mar 4

17%
1%
22%
6%
27%

82

83%

Mar 20
Mar T

Sale
Sale

12

38% Mar 26
81
93

56% Mar

7

51
36

Mar 20
Mar l
25% Mar 20

1
39
Mar 29
26% Mar 15

17'/4 Mar 1
46
Mar 1
13 y4 Mar 22

18% Mar 26
48% Mar 29
14% Mar 29
44 3 8 Mar 29
11% Mar 6

Jan
Jan
30
Jan
66% Jan
71
Mar
34% Jan
34
Jan

3
2
2

12

2

40% Feb 26
83% Mar 7
95
102

Jan

2
7
Jan 29
Jan 29
Jan 30
Mar 25
Jan 29
Mar

96%
100%
44%
21%
32%
53% Feb 26
19
Jan 17
67
Mar 29
36 % Jan 30
37

Mar 12

2
1
2

74% Feb
1
78% Jan 10

3
52% Feb 28
2
32% Jan

9
37% Jan
59% Jan 11
42% Mar 26
.15% Feb
1
43% Jan 15

Jan

39% Mar 8
84% Jan 10
25
Mar 22
21% Jan
2
16 % Jan
2
13% Jan 22
23% Jan 2
2
27% Jan

11% Mar 20
27%
47%
22%
19%
15%

Jan
2
Mar 29
Mar 7
Mar 12
Mar 29
13% Jan 3
22
7

5%
26%
32%
9%

.

2
8
15% Mar 29
46% Jan
2
Jan

42% Feb

4% Feb 28
15

57%
49%
17%
17%

Feb 28
Mar 1
Jan 23
Mar 22
Jan
2

22
Feb 28
7
132% Jan
51% Jan

3
Jan
7
94% Mar 8
96
Jan 16
12% Mar 19

104

42% Jan
142% Jan
32

Jan

59% Jan
9% Jan
39% Jan
15% Jan
24
Jan
36 ya Jan
46 y4 Jan
56
Jan
92

Jan

19% Mar
1% Jan
8% Jan
63
Jan
35% Jan
41% Jan
22% Jan

Mar 22
Jan 28
Jan 15

Feb 26
Mar 27
Jan 21

32% Jan 24

15% Jan 14
32% Mar 29
47% Mar 29
26% Jan 15
25% Jan 15
18% Jan 14
20% Feb 14

1% Feb 12

Jan
Jan
Jan
Mar 19
Jan
2
Jan
2

51%
12 Ya Mar 26
66% Jan 2
150

89

32"%
25%
20%
15
26%

31% Feb 14
7"% Mar 26
19% Jan 14

Jan
Jan

16% Jan
1% Jan
22

39% Jan 22

2
3
7
2
2
2
2

23

Jan 31

6% Feb 14
29%
39%
10%
55%
14

Feb
1
Jan 22
Feb 26
Jan 18
Mar

4

76% Mar 12
159

Mar 27

47 % Mar 29

18% Feb 27

50% Jan 28

7% Mar 14
Mar 14

22
69

Jan 14
54% Feb 25
4
23% Jan
20% Feb 13
24% Feb 15
143 % Feb 14
58% Feb 11
105

1
4
5
18

Feb

96% Mar
98

Feb

16% Feb
47% Mar 26
150% Feb
8
6
38
Feb
72 ya Jan 30
10% Jan 24
47% Feb 18
18% Jan 10
17

Jan

2
2
3

30

2
7
1
2

61% Mar 28

3
2
2
3
2

3
21% Jan
7
5% Jan
43% Feb 27
29 y4 Jan 11
2
26% Jan
24% Jan 2

41% Feb 14
49

Mar 13

Mar 28
Jan
8
2% Jan 16
9% Jan 16

95
24

77% Feb 14
40% Jan 22
7
48% Feb
31 Va Mar22
.

23% Feb 15
6% Jan 18
49% Mar 26
35
Jan 23
32 ya Feb 18
32
Mar 27

2

15% Feb 26

34% Jan 23
33 Ya Mar 29

37% Jan 14

12% Jan
20
36 y4
53 y4
82 y4
83

Mar

6

Jan 10
2
Jan
2
Jan
Feb 26
9
75% Jan
3
82
Jan
2
14% Jan
2
29 y2 Jan
2
48
Jan
2
34% Jan
19% Mar 4
22
Mar 4
2
16
Jan
82% Jan 24
83
100

Jan

Jan
65
Jan
22% Jan
51
Mar
34% Feb
23% Jan

2

16
2

10
20
12
2

38%
22%
39%
59y<
86

5
Feb
Jan 30
Jan IT
Mar 8
7
Feb

85% Mar 29
76% Feb
4
86

17%
32%
54%
36V4
23%
23%
17%
89
94
105

Feb
Jan
Feb
Feb
Mar
Jan
Jan
Mar
Feb
Mar
Jan

18
10
11
11

15
9
28
4
7
4

8

73% Mar 13
30% Feb 14
60 y4 Feb
6
Mar 29
26% Feb 27
39

McGregor-Doniger Inc—
Class A

For

com

Corp

1
8
Mar 11
Mar 22
Mar 28
22
18
Mar 19
13% Mar 5
23% Mar 15
Mar 8
30

11%
29%
47%
22%
19%
15%

7
7

Mar
55% Mar 28
42% Mar 26
15 % Mar 14
41 % Mar 25
Mar 22
89
28% Mar 28
23% Mar 1
Mar 4
19
15
Mar 27
26% Mar 22
32% Mar 27
35

Mar
Mar

17

59
93 y2
20
2

31
27 V*

5%
44%

14%
391/4
87%
25

24%
7%

22

73% Mar
74 % Mar
37% Mar

52% Mar 13
37% Mar 1

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

1

Mar l
701/4 Mar 8
35 % Mar 6
Mar 21
34
70

18

27%
39*/4
47%

Sale

32% Mar

26%
71/4

Sale
Sale
46 %

93%

Sale
Sale

Mar 4
Mar 26

21%
15%

10

Sale
Sale

Sale

60
34

Sale
Sale
Sale

53%

43i/4
16 %

Sale
Sale

16% Mar 18

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

150

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

40% Mar
83 % Mar
94% Mar
Mar
102
96% Mar
100% Mar
42% Mar
21% Mar
32% Mar
53% Mar
17% Mar
Mar
67
35% Mar
Mar
37

Mar 4
94% Mar 12
101% Mar 14
96% Mar 7
100
Mar 18
41
Mar 1
20% Mar 7
30y2 Mar 29
51% Mar 19
82

23

Sale

12%
66%

15

41

38% Mar 26

Sale

9%
52

24%
36%

Martin-Marietta
Masonite Corp

25
30%

27 %
34

MacAndrews & Forbes
10
Mack Trucks Inc common.5
5Vt% preferred (x w)
50
Macy (R H) Co Inc com
1
4V4% pfd series A
100
Madison Fund Inc
Madison Square Garden
60c conv preferred

10

23%
18%
14%

Sale
Sale
Sale

22

9,600
41,200
24,300
12,100

11%
32%
47 %

13%
27%

Sale

4

.

21%

140
500

Sale
Sale
49

Laboratory for Electronics_l
Laclede Gas Co
4.32% preferred ser A

23,200
312,500
197,900
161,300

~180

88%
27%
22%
18%
14%
25%
32%

Sale

Sale

Sale

1,240
1,890

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

27%

KVP

22%

290

27

Sutherland Paper Co_5

Kroger Company

14

95%

Sale
Sale
Sale

5
1

Sale

94%

100% 101%
96% 98
100
101%
42% Sale
20% 21%
Sale
30%
52% Sale
17% Sale
66% Sale
34 %
Sale
Sale
35%
72% Sale
Sale
73 %
36% Sale
34% Sale
55% Sale
40% Sale

14%
40%
87%

Sale
Sale

10
10

Sale
84

Sale
Sale

53%

85%

1

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
35

40
83

37%

85

(E J) inc
Kresge (S S) Co
Kress (S H) & Co
Kroehler Mfg Co

Manhattan Shirt Co
5
Manning Maxwell & Moore
Inc
12.50
Maracaibo Oil ExplorationMarathon Oil Co
Maremont Corp
Marine Midland Corp

1,100

35%
34%

28%
21%
16%
13%
23%

Korvette

36%
42 Ya

316,700
14,300
37,800

33
70
71

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

40,500
44,500

93
101% 102
94% 97%
99
100%
41% Sale
20% 21
31% 32%
53% Sale
16% Sale
60
60%
34% Sale

39%

Royal Dutch Air.lOOG
Koppers Co Inc common 10
4% preferred
100

Sale

83%
94%

1

Mclntyre Porcupine Mines-*
McKee (A G) & Co
*
McKesson & Robbins
18
McLean Trucking Co

footnotes,

see page

29.

1

16%
40 V*
11

40%
10

46

14%
40%
11%

Sale
Sale
Sale

18 y2

Sale
Sale

44 y4

48%
14%

10%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

40% Mar

1

10 y2 Mar 19

16
40

Jan 22
Jan
3
2
10% Jan

39 y4 Jan
9% Jan

3
2

18% Mar
48% Mar
15% Jan
44% Mar
12
Feb

26
29
9

29
13

24

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

Aggregate Sales
in

New York

Since

March

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

14,000

74,000

5,200

17.500
68,300

16,900

Price Jan. 2,

Stock Exchange

1963

_

crnrirc

S>lUtK»

Par

McNeil Mach & Eng
McQuay-Norris Mfg Co
Mead Corp common

Opening or
Bid

24 %
21%
39

•
10
5

290

560

9,100
30,400

37,200
116,200

550

4,440

Medusa Portland Cement—•
Melville Shoe Corp com
1
4% preferred ser B
100

4,100

22,400

Mercantile Stores—,—1.83 %

26%
86 %
2214

76,800

254,400
1,700
55,000

Merck & Co Inc com—16%c
$3.50 preferred-•

77%
88

Mergenthaler Linotype—^25c

22%

Merritt Chpmn & Scott_12.50
Mesabi Trust units, bene int_
Mesta Machine Co
5

11%

11,000
203,100
125,700

329,600
257,100
29,400

659,200
276,000

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

520

1,420

30
310
10
40

430
350
40
180

99,400
18,700

330,900
61,300

960

7,000

2,760
23.300

37,900

113,600

600

19,900
84,800
56,200

4%%

pfd 1st series

Metromedia

100-

^

93
20

11%

Ask

STOCKS

PRIC ES^IN MARCHMarch 1

Closing

Bid

Bid

or
Ask

or

Ask

Sale

25%

Sale

29

Sale

22
Sale

23
43 %

Sale

22
42

Sale

95
20%
Sale
Sale
Sale

94
23
24

87%
21

Sale
96
Sale
Sale

94%
21%

42%
Sale
Sale

89

23%
88%

Sale
Sale

Sale

21%

Sale

83%
92%
24%

93%
Sale

Sale
90
Sale

80

Sale

91%
24%

Sale
Sale
Sale

12%
12%
31 %

Sale

28%

94
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

29%
32

1

15%

Sale

19%

87
97

88

89
99

Sale

Sale
Sale

12 %
12%
33
33

Sale
Sale
Sale

23%

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest
Sale
Prices

March 29

Opening

Inc_*

Inc—

—

Highest

Highest

Lowest
Sale
Prices

Sale

Prices

25% Mar

29% Mar 29

22

23
44
95

Sale

Prices

Mar
1
Mar 4
Mar 15
23% Mar 1
24 % Mar l
88 % Mar 12

3
23% Jan
4
21% Jan
4
38% Jan
7
93% Jan
20 % Jan
4
23% Mar 22
86% Jan
2

29% Mar 29
23% Feb
1
45% Feb 21
95
Mar 15
23% Jan 28
27% Jan
3
90
Jan 14

21% Mar 27

20% Mar 11

22% Jan

79% Mar 1
91% Mar 18
24% Mar 5

83% Mar 12
92% Mar 26
25% Mar 14

77% Jan
88% Jan
22 % Jan

87% Jan 30
92% Mar 26
26% Feb
4

11% Mar 14
12% Mar 1
30% Mar 12
28% Mar 4
19% Mar 1

12 % Mar
1
13 % Mar 13
33
Mar 22

11%
11%
29%
28
15

1
Mar 28

40% Mar 25
94% Mar 29
21
Mar 12
23% Mar 22
87% Mar 11
20% Mar 11

34% Mar 25
23% Mar 26

2
3
2
29

Jan
Jan
Jan

3

12% Jan
9
13% Feb 11
33% Feb
6
34% Mar 25
23% Mar 26

2

2

Feb 28
Jan
2

Metropolitan Edisoii—
3.90% preferred
100
4.35% preferred
100
3.85% preferred
100
3.80% preferred-100
4.45% preferred
100
Middle South Utilities
10
Midland-Ross Corp com
5
5%% 1st preferred
100
Midwest Oil Corp10
Miles Laboratories Inc
2
Minerals & "Chemicals

42,400
82,200
1,700
3,000
115,900
29,100
20,900
41,700
88,300
117,900

59,200
81,500
189,500
235,500

29,600
46,500
8,700

124,000
,31,200

9,800
53,100

-26,700
361,400

20
110

280
630

46,300

86,300

1,400
15,100

3,300
48,200

161,400

23,000

554,000
81.300
66,000

Mo-Kansas-Texas RR
•
Missouri Pac RR Class A
*
Missouri Portl'l Cement_6.25
Missouri Public Service Co_l
Mohasco Industries com
5
3%% preferred-100
4.20% preferred
100
Monarch Machine Tool
J
Monon RR class A
_i_25
Class B
*
Monsanto Chemical Co
2
Montana-Dakota Util Co
5
Montana Power Co
,
•

3,800

11.800

231,800
15,000

Montecatini Mln & Chemical
Am shs < 5 shs or 5,000 lire)

659,400

Montgomery Ward & Co

55,300
154,500
133,200
168.000
24,200
78,700

Moore-McCormack Lines
12
Morrell (John) & Co
10
Motorola Inc!
3
Motor Wheel Corp
5
Mountain Fuel Supply Co_lo
MSL Industries Inc
♦

18,500
,1

27,200
28,500
28,800
7,600
14,200
8,000
7,500
24,500
13,200

25,300

11,700
11,300
161,200
22,200
83,900
47,400

Philip Corp

179,900
266,100
16,400

9,000

464,000
107,500

102,200

101%
101
66% Sale
2514 Sale

102% 103%
Sale
61%
27% Sale

18%

Sale

85%
80%
14%
53%

18%
42%
45%
31%
38%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

2%
48%

Sale
Sale

33

33%

22%

Sale

9%
66%

68

3% convertible pref
Minnesota Enterprises Inc_*
Minn Mining & Mfg
•
Minn & Ontario Paper—2.50
Minnesota Pwr & Lt Co
•
Mission Corp—
1
Mission Development Co
5

10

*

75%
18 %

Sale
77%
Sale

87
86

35%
52%

19%
97%
87%
14%
57%
20 %

42%
44%
29%
39%

\

12%

%
38%
37%

Sale
Sale
Sale

11
49%
40%
38

23%

Sale
Sale
Sale

19%
33
10%

Sale
Sale

27%
68

32%
8%.
23%

61%
17

Sale

17%
36
25

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

36%

Sale

9%
62%

Sale

30%

34

8%
54%
24%
29%

Sale
Sale
Sale

8%
57%
24%
26%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

49 %

Sale
Sale
Sale

70%
23%

1
5

Sale

43%
11%

Sale

5
•

81

20%

Sale
Sale
Sale

144,300

1
5

22%

National

63%. Sale

153,800

368,300

12,700

20,410
4,100

National Distillers & Chem_5
4%% pfd ser of 1951-100

24%

Sale
Sale

24

4%% preferred (conv)_50
National Fuel Gas Co
10
National General
Corp
1
National Gypsum Co com
1
$4.50 preferred
•

48%
29%
7%
40%

49%

52

Sale
Sale
Sale

32%
10%

Dairy Products

5
100

com

16,300

Nat Starch & Chem Cp

49.900

310,900
54,700
254,500
24,400
63,600

12,900
89,400
10,600
21,100
8,500

39,400
10,400

2,300
8,700

52,100

17,100

48,900

36,800

141,100

660
46,800

2,480

20,100

185,800
84,100

110

300

21.600

68,300

11,700

96,800
54,200

16,400
177,300

110.700
10,300
5,900

4,000

25,900
690

523,200

380,800
31,400
111,500
13,200

96,100
2,030

1
10
50c

98% 100
68% Sale
166

Sale

138% 139%
26% Sale
28% 28%
42

42%

17%

17%

17%
6%

1
l
5
1

11%
6%

Sale

18%
41%

46
25

Sale
Sale

12%
7%

24%
43%

Sale

N J Pwr & Lt Co 4%

86

88%
Sale
Sale

26%
46%
86%
67
97

48%
31%
16%
40 %

48%

Sale

19%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
80%
Sale
Sale

25%
14
13
52%
41%

Mar 22
Mar 28

1
11
20
27
29
28
2
66% Jan
30% Mar 27

85
100

2% Jan
48%
32%
22%
9%
66%
77 %
18

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan

21
101%
88%
15%
62%
22%
44%
51%
34%

38% Jan
36% Jan

38% Mar 27

49

Jan

Mar 20
18

Feb

4%
60%
37%
25%
11%
69%
79%
25%

11% Jan 22
9VB Jan 16

Mar 29

Jan 23
Maf 4
Feb 27
Jan
8
Jan 18
Mar 25
Mar 13
Mar 22

44

2
2
4
2
2
9
17
2

Mar 12
Mar 12
Mar 26

18% Mar 28

19% Mar

32% Mar 6
10 y8 Mar 14
26% Mar 5

35% Mar 29
11 Vs Mar 26
28% Mar 29

64

Mar 29
4
Mar 28
Mar 19
Mar 14
Mar 20
Mar 1
Mar 21
Mar 12

17% Mar
35

23%
24 Ya
27

23%
17%
33%

8% Mar 4
57% Mar 13
23% Mar 14
25% Mar 18
46% Mar 11
12% Mar 1
66% Mar 1
22% Mar 19
22 % Mar
6
59% Mar 19

Sale
Sale
Sale

30% Mar 27
10% Mar 29
43% Mar 8

44
99

76%
178%

153%

16%
16%
7%
12%
7%
20
49%
24%

Sale

Sale
Sale

99

Mar

72% Mar
177% Mar

1
1

7
1
1

152% Mar 1
25% Mar 28

Mar
19% Mar
36% Mar
25
Mar
25% Mar
28
Mar
25
Mar
18% Mar
38 % Mar
69

1

21
27
7
1

20
8
4
8

27

Feb
Feb

10% Mar

Mar
Feb
Jan
Jan
Feb
Mar

Feb
7
14
Mar 12
13
8
53% Feb

17
2
9

Jan

39

Feb 20

25 % Mar 29
67% Jan 10

26'%

Mar 20

23% Mar

4

26% Jan 28

96

Mar

92 % Jan

4

96 % Feb

4

Mar 13
32% Mar 15
11% Mar 4
45% Mar 4
53

Mar 11
76% Mar 18
178% Mar 25
153% Mar 29
101

Sale

83 %

Sale

48%
29%
7%
40%

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan

98
Feb
68 Va Jan
166
Jan

138

3
2
2
2
13
2
2

Jan

4

66

25%

Mar
Feb
Jan
Feb
Feb
Jan
Feb

101

Mar 11

76% Mar 5
178% Mar 25
153% Mar 29

28% Mar 20
44% Mar

5

46% Mar 29

42% Jan

3

46% Feb

34% Mar

6

37% Mar 29
Mar 26
16% Mar 21
17% Mar 1

34% Mar

6
2

40

Jan
J an

2

Mar 12
Mar 8
15 % Mar 19
6% Mar 1
11% Mar 21
7% Mar 1
19
Mar 1
45% Mar 4
22 % Mar 25
20
16

5
8

22

7%
12%
7%
20
49 %
25%
83%
26%
47%
87 %

Mar 28
Mar 13
Mar 6
Mar 27

Mar 29

80

26

Mar

4
Mar 19

46% Mar 11
87
Mar 6
67
Mar 1

Mar 5
Mar 22
Mar 4
Mar 15
Mar 5

25% Mar 2

27 Ya Jan
8
30% Jan 22

>

28% Feb 25

18
15

15% Mar 19
6
6% Feb
2
11% Jan

Jan 23

19 Vs Jan 29
7% Jan
4
13% Jan
7
7% Feb
1

2
6% Jan
2
18 % Jan
2
41% Jan
22% Mar 25

33

78

84

Jan

24% Jan
43% Jan

%

7

23% Feb 25
17% Jan 22

20% Feb 18
49% Mar 29

2
2

Jan
Feb

14
4

26% Feb 26
48% Feb 11

74% Mar 27
98 % Mar 6

61%

2
Jan 21
2
Jan

94

Jan

2

99

47% Mar 1
28% Mar 20
15% Mar 27

52"% Mar 28
32% Mar 5

47% Mar
28% Jan

1
2

18% Mar
42% Mar

4

15

Jan

2

Mar 11

4

38

Mar 11

52%
33%
18%
44%

96% Mar 15

38

86

88% Jan 29

74% Mar 27
Jan 25

Mar 28
Feb 13
Feb 15
Jan
8

"

'
-

Corp

12

Feb
8
Feb 19
12% Feb 25
45 % Mar 4

'

1%
2%

7
28
21
15
21
13
4
27

54
33

26% Mar
29% Mar

44% Mar
84% Mar

44%

82%

10% Mar

3
8

41% Mar 22
82 % Mar 22

Sale

82

2

82 Va

Sale
83%

40%

30% Jan

Feb
1
Feb 18
Mar 27

1
2

42%
82%

Sale
12

Jan
Mar 20
23% Feb 28
17% Feb 12

13

Mar 7
25 % Mar 29
63% Mar 29

12

2%
11%

23
27

11
2
3

Feb
6
Mar 7
Feb 26
Jan
8
Jan 15

72% Mar 28
25

1% Mar 4
2% Mar 4
12% Mar 12

Sale

Jan

Feb

19%
36%
26%
26 Va
31%
27%
19%
38%

26%

1% Mar 1
2% Mar 11
11% Mar 26

12%

35

73

31
50%
14

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

2

2
23% Jan
2
59% Jan
16% Jan 17

21% Jan

2

35% Mar 29
11% Feb 21
29 % Feb 14

5
7
2

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

26%

23% Jan

25% Mar
43% Jan
11% Jan
66% Mar
20% Jan
22% Jan
60% Mar

52%

83

18% Mar 28
2

32% Jan
8% Jan

'

2

28

42

8% Jan 2
2
54% Jan
21% Jan 16

7
Mar 28
25% Mar 4
26% Mar 22
50
Mar 28
13 % Mar 4

30 %
16 %
39

Sale

12%

15
12
29
4
24
23
15
28

66

Sale

1%

pa$e 29.

79

Sale
Sale

Sale

see

4% Mar 5
60% Mar 11
37% Mar 29
25
Mar 4
10 % Mar 1
67% Mar 22

1
21

Feb
88% Feb
86% Feb
102
Mar
38% Mar
Mar
56
104 % Jan

18% Jan
84% Jan
79% Jan
14% Mar
52% Jan
18 % Jan
8
4014 Feb
44Vs Mar 6
29 % Mar 6
37% Mar 19

Sale
Sale

1%

*

Mar 12
Mar 4
Mar 4
Mar 15
60
Mar 27
22% Mar 25
44% Mar 13
51% Mar 22
34% Mar 20
42% Mar 8

741/4
96%

42%

100

27

20
101%
87%
14%

Feb

90
99

Jan
87
96 % Jan
86% Jan
Feb
Mar
34% Jan
49% Jan
Mar 22
101
60% Jan 22
2
24% Jan

4
20
27
29
11
25

Sale
Sale

15
UNew York New Haven &
Hartford RR com
•

$3.75 preferred

38

Mar 19
Mar 1

7
1
2gi

89

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

1

40

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
38% Mar
56
Mar
103 % Mar
62% Mar
30% Mar

99
88
86
102

47
88

28 %
15

100

27/

90

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
89

5
1

Preferred 5% ser A
N Y Shipbuilding Corp
N Y State Elec & Gas
Common

Mar

78% Mar 22
20% Mar 7
11% Mar 21
Mar 1
11
49% Mar 1

10%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
7%
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

80

Air Brake
New York Central RR
N Y Chicago & St. Louis

67

31%

37%
21%

36%

Sale

New York

Mar\19
9% Mar\6

51% Mar 26

Sale

21 %
16%

Newport News Shipbuilding
& Dry Dock Co
1

24%

51%

46%

30%

4%

3% Mar 22
56 % Mar 20
34% Mar 1

50

29

Sale

63%
95%

4
1
1
1
6
29% Mar 6
37% Mar 19

23% Mar
95% Mar

29
Sale

Sale
Sale

pfd_100
10
100

14% Mar
56 % Mar
20% Mar
42% Mar
44 % Mar

Sale

28 %
45 %

18
15

com

18% Mar 19
96% Mar 1
84% Mar 27

25%
95%

26

78

Mining
conv pfd

86% Mar
86
Mar
Mar
100
35% Mar
51 % Mar
Mar 22
101
61% Mar 1
25% Mar 14

Sale

Sale

Sale

Power Co
Newberry Co (J J) com
•
3%% preferred100
New England Elec System
1
New England Tel & Tel
20
Newmont

Mar 11
Mar

25%
63%

26%

36%

7

12%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

•
•

26%

152%

44 %
100
72%
177 %

Sale
Sale
Sale

Nevada

Sale

25

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
53
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

95%

5
^1

Neptune Meter Co

Sale

5

National Tea Co_
Natl Vulcanized Fibre Co
Natomas Co
Nautec Corp
Neisner Bros Inc

For footnotes,




Corp

Co

National Steel Corp
National Sugar Refining

35,900

31,800

100

93

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

11

54,800

4,800

18%
35%

Sale

28%
64%
18%
36
24%
24%
27%
24%
18%

20,000
58,400

National-Standard

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

10

preferred B_
National Linen Serv

Sale
Sale
Sale

5

National Cash Register
National Castings Co
National City Lines

5,290
18,700
15,000

Sale

51%
41%
38%

Sale
Sale

Sale

5

4,710
♦,500
2,900

Sale

10

National Biscuit Co
National Can Corp

7%
6%

12%
12%

12

1

l

Sale
Sale
Sale

37%
24%
9% ^8Sle
67
68%
78% 79%
Sale
24%

29
Sale
Sale

Natco Corp
National Acme Co
National Airlines Inc
National Aviation Corp

Sale

3%

24%
27%
23%
18%

1

Sale

60

22%

30,600

8,155

Sale

22%
28%
24%
18%

5

Co
preferred A

Sale

31%
39

Sale

Munsingwear Inc
Murphy Co (G C)
Murphy Corp
Murray Corp of America

National Lead

50%

34%

55,000.
67,000
54,000
78,600

1,450
393,100

Sale
69
79
Sale

44

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

47%
12%
69
24 %
23 %
61%

450

Sale
Sale
Sale

'4%

Sale
Sale
Sale

254,100
285,200
53,800

124,600
6,815

58%
22 Va

21 %

1

24,300
79,800
121,800 1,067,700
37,300
188,500

14%
Sale
Sale
Sale

4%

88
99

'

84,500
13,500

600

Sale
Sale
85 %
Sale

Sale

11%
9%

Sale

18%

Sale
Sale
Sale

21%
11 ya

29%

99

3%

78

87
103
Sale
38%
Sale
55%
Sale
102
Sale
62%
85
101

Sale
Sale
88 %

57%
34%
24%
10 %
67%

49

.

103
Sale
Sale

89%
97% 100
87% 89
88

Sale
35%

Mueller Brass Co

71,900
320,800

101

1

Mississippi River Fuel

91
Sale
89%
88

Sale
86
101
100
Sale
36%
49% Sale

86%
8414

1.50
100

Minn-Honeywell Reg

23.000

31,600
572,400

Sale

'

-

—

2

1% Jan
2
1% Jan
11% Mar 26

1% Jan
7
2% Feb 11
13% Jan
7

7

40

3

4

82% Mar 22

44% Mar 7
85% Feb 25

Jan

—

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

April, 1963
New York

Price Jan. 2,

Stock Exchange

1963

Aggregate Sales
Since

in
March

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

67,700

237,000
2,500

Par

Niagara Mohawk Pwr Corp
560

170
470

preferred

100

3.60%
3.90%

preferred
preferred

_100
100

740

1,300

4.10%
5.25%

preferred
preferred

100
100

1,560
7,500
7,500

2,330
2,980
41,093
33,900

109,100

394,066

8,000

4,800
5,700

32,400
126,700

50,000
541,600
88,300
27,200
40,800
1,410
89,800

4.85%
preferred
100
Niagara Share Corp
5
Nopco Chemical Co
_1
Norfolk & Western com__25

8,000

2,300
3,000

49,800
9,000

13,700
670

26,900
40,900
280

1,120
1,890
72,200

43,200
2,210

132,200
1,520
3,930
5,980
314,100

New

American Coal
1
North Amer Sugar Ind
10
Northern Central Ry
50
Northern Indiana P S Co—•
North

Northern Natu'l Gas com_10
5%% preferred
100
5.80% preferred
100
5.60% preferred
100
Northern Pacific Ry
5
Northern States Pow (Minn) -

332,700
512,000

9,000
4,600
21,300

38,200
13,800
77,800

42,500

113,600

1,720

37,000

6,010
3,810
2,780
1,200
84,200

1,900

6,700

10

340

250

21,600

49,200

16,500

16,500

162,400
4,200
6,300

498,800
21,700
24,500

64,400

200,700

73,800
2,350

348,800
9,740

Corp

Northrop

—1

Northwest Airlines com—10
Northwest Bancorp'n
3Vh
Northwestern Steel & Wire_5
Norwich Pharmacal
66'/2c

Ohio Edison Co common-15
4.40%
preferred
100
3.90%
preferred100
4.56%
preferred
100
4.44%
preferred
100
Oklahoma Gas & Elec com_5
4%
preferred
20
4.24%
preferred
100
Oklahoma Natural Gas—7.50
When issued
—2.50

Olin-Mathieson Chem Corp_5
Opdlika Mfg Corp
5
Orange & Rockland Util—10
Otis Elevator Co
*
Outboard Marine &
Manufacturing Co
30c
Outlet Co
*
—

1

155,600

Owens-Corning Fiberglas

164.600

33,500
47,300

Owens-Illinois Glass com 6.25

8,700
15,000

17,900
57,200

2,200

8,100
38,400
320,700

4%
preferred
100
Oxford Paper Co common_15

3,060

2,300
7,600
22,700
73,000

22,700

147,700

27,500
540
12,700
18,400
67,600
26,700

2,310

61,300
164,000
143,800

467,900 1,259,000

Teleph &

Teleg—

Sulphur—70c
Pan Amer World Airways—1
Panhandle Eastern Pipe
Line Co common*
Pan

American

150,400
2,400

617,200

Parke

5,300

37,200
1,790

17,400
91,400
6,240

1,370

4%

preferred

100

.—:

1

Pendleton Tool Industries_l
Penick & Ford Ltd
1
Penn-Dixie Cement Corp
1
Penn Fruit Co Inc com
5

4.40%

Eastern

515,400
215,300

236,200
26,500
7,700
16,800
150

350

20,000
33,000

143,100
139,300

&

Pepsi-Cola Co

.86

45

45%
108
110
110

36%

—

"

31%
15%

47%
55 %

13%
22 %

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

35%
80
94%

80%

92

94%
94
23
40 Vs
43%
21 Vc

42%
49%
99%
88 Va

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
75
Sale

41%

Sale

104

113
23
14

24
Sale

20%
60%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

34%
78%
91%
94

93%
22%
44%
46 Va
21 Va
39%

98

Sale

94%
37 y4

Sale
16%

24%
36%
16%

16%

Sale

81%
100
35
101

21%

Sale

67%

Sale

71 %
97
8%
37 %
25%

Sale
97%
Sale
Sale
Sale

74%

52

Sale

Sale

32%
26%

Sale
Sale
Sale

29

Sale
27
Sale
Sale
Sale

26

27%
18
17 Va
8%

26%

33

101%
13%

Sale

17%
9%

Sale

45

Sale

44%
39%

30Vs
Sale

33

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

33%
105%

Sale
Sale

101

Sale

32%
103 %
101

15

Sale
Sale
Sale

35%

Sale

49

40%

13 %

Sale

1

12.50

1

P H P Co Inc

Pillsbury Co Inc common-*
$4 preferred
*
Piper Aircraft Corp
1
Pitney-Bowes Inc
2
.

Sale

Sale

99% 100%
17
Sale
26

Sale

47

Sale

54%

Sale
Sale

41

52
Sale
100% 102
Sale
16%
Sale
26 %

52
48

15
51%

46 %

Sale

53%

Sale

Sale
101% 102 %

30%

Sale

87%

Sale

35%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
101
104% 105
Sale
34%

104

89%

73%

Sale

73%

Sale

84%
48%
19%

85%
84
Sale
Sale

88
85
47%

89
Sale
Sale
Sale

22

Sale

83

52% Sale
99% 101
30
Sale
40% Sale

49%
51

Sale

100 % Sale
105
106

15
37

Sale
Sale

47%

29%

17%

46%
38%
32%

46%
46
45%

26
32
18

Sale
Sale
33%

61%

53%

7%
39 %
25%
52%
35%

9
48

46%

Sale

96 %

Sale
Sale

Sale

50

29.

18%

48%

Philip Morris & Co com—5
4%
preferred
100
3.90%
preferred
100
Phillips Petroleum Co
5
Phillips-Van Heusen Corp
1

5%

30%

47%

Phila Electric Co common-*
4.40%
preferred
100
3.80%
preferred
100
4.30%
preferred
100
4.68%
preferred
100
Phila & Reading Corp NY 50c

31%
150

20%
Sale
21%
Sale
55%
102
100
Sale
30
Sale
40%

48%
14%

17

49%
58%
30%
103

33% Mar 29
78% Mar 28
92% Mar 26
92% Mar 6
93% Mar 27
Mar 13
94

21% Mar 20

Mar

1
42% Mar 6
20% Mar 13
38% Mar 19
40 Va

47% Mar 18
98
Mar 20
87 Va Mar 20
Mar

104

99
30

43%

13 y4 Jan

49 VA
99%
89%
104%
102

46%
is y8
96%
38 Vs

24%

3
8
8
7

18
21

Feb
Jan 24
Mar 4
Jan
3
Jan 14
2
72% Jan
4
43% Jan

18%
59 %
20%
8%
14%

2
43
Jan
104 Va Jan 11
107 Va Jan 29
2
109
Jan
39
Jan 11

33% Mar 29
Jan
2
76
4
92% Jan
9
91% Jan

1
1

25

93

4

Feb

11

.

14 Va Mar 29
21 y2 Mar 18
2
66% Jan
25
Jan
3
9% Jan 31
17 Va Feb 28

76% Mar 22
48% Jan 30
50% Jan 28
Mar 1
Feb 28
110% Jan 17
44% Feb 18
108
110

28
4
1

96

Feb

95

Feb 21
Mar 4
Feb 25
Jan 14
Feb 18
Jan 31
Feb 18
Jan
8

95%
95

51
23

46% Jan

Mar 1
Mar 7
Mar 7
Mar 15
Mar
6
Mar 20
Mar 18
Mar 15
Mar 7
Mar 29

97
85 Va
102
100%

3
Feb 12
Jan
9
Jan
7
Jan

8

17%
94%
36 Va
22%

Jan
Jan
Jan

38%

Mar 25

16% Mar

50
Mar
54 % Mar

6

52

1

56% Mar 14

2
15% Jan
4
47% Jan
53% Feb 25

2

13 Va Feb 27
2iya Feb 15
53% Jan 21

19

50% Feb 13
99%
89 y4
104%
102%

9
3

31% Jan

14% Mar 28

44%

46%
18%

37% Mar 28
5
Mar 12

25%
44%

7

43% Jan 23

1

80% Jan 31

42% Mar 6
2
20 Va Jan
38% Mar 12

29

Feb

36

93% Jan 15
21 y8 Mar 20
35% Jan 10

21
11

32% Mar 6
15% Mar 12

98

24%
37 Va
16%
52 y2
59 y2

Feb 28
Mar 7
Jan 24
Jan 25
Feb 21
Feb 13
Feb
7
Jan 25
Mar 29
Jan 28
Mar 5
Jan 14
Jan 30

15% Jan
22% Jan

11

12% Jan
31% Jan

4
2

18% Jan
8
14 Va Feb
6
34% Jan 29

Sale
Sale

16y2 Mar 25
54 y8 Mar 11

17% Mar 26
59% Mar 4

16 y2 Mar 25
54 Va Mar 11

17% Mar 26
63% Jan 17

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

3iy8 Mar
Mar
5% Mar
15
Mar

12

18
13
27
10% Mar 1
13y4 Mar 26
25 Va Mar 1

150

22 y2 Mar 22

32% Mar 4
Mar 5
Mar 1
Mar 1
Mar 27
Mar 1
30% Mar 29

151
6
16
13 Va
13%

72 Vs Jan 24
■

100
Mar
31% Jan
100
Jan

1
8
2

16% Feb 28

3iy8 Mar 12
145 Vs Jan

5% Jan
Mar
9y4 Jan
11 y4 Jan
21% Jan

15

2
2
27
2
2
2

9

62% Mar 28
82
Mar 28
105
Jan 18
35% Jan 14
104
Feb
6

34%
151%
6%
17%
13%

15
Feb 25
Jan 28
Jan 15
Mar 7
Jan

14 Vb Feb 11
30% Mar 29

Sale
97%
Sale
Sale
Sale

71

Mar

5

75% Mar 14

67% Jan

78 y2 Feb

96

Mar

8

96 y2 Mar 25
8y8 Mar l

96
7

98

35% Mar 8
24 Va Mar 20

54
Sale

50% Mar 18
32% Mar l
26
Mar 19
27% Mar 4
18
Mar 29
16% Mar 1

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
32% Mar
Mar
19
Mar
18
10 Vs Mar
48% Mar

26%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

7
Mar 26
35y4 Mar 8
24% Mar 20

Mar 26
Mar 1
44% Mar 1

9
45

37% Mar 19
32%. Mar
32% Mar
102% Mar
99% Mar

29
29
29
12

Sale
Sale
52%

14% Mar 26
35 % Mar 1
46% Mar 4
Mar 29
51
47% Mar 27
Mar 19
39
13% Mar 25
51 % Mar 14

Sale

45

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

89
Sale
Sale

99%
16 %
25%
47%

Mar 13
Mar 8
Mar 1
Mar 29

Mar

1

52% Mar

6

30

Mar

103

Mar

1
22
1
1
6
1
5
4
4
1

89% Mar
100% Mar
Mar

104

34% Mar
72% Mar
88 % Mar
84% Mar
47% Mar

Mar 26
4
Mar 1
55
100% Mar 26
29 y8 Mar 20
40% Mar 1
18

21% Mar

60%

7

101% Mar 5
44% Mar 1
17% Mar 27
96% Mar 15
36% Mar 27
22% Mar 25

22%

80% Mar 11
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

23% Mar 26

25 Va Jan
Jan

105

50*/4 Mar 13
Mar 1
110% Mar 5
110y2 Mar .5
44 y4 Mar 27

94%
93 y8
95 %
95
23%
44%
47 y4
21%
42%

Feb"20

Jan
Jan
Mar

20% Jan

108

35% Mar

5
3
2
18

Jan

17% Mar 29
13% Mar 27
33 Va Mar 4

Sale
102
101
105%
105
Sale
36%
Sale
79
90% 91

48%
18%

45% Mar 1
106% Mar 26
108% Mar 12
109% Mar 27
41% Mar 1

.

11

16% Mar 25
13
Mar 13
32% Mar 5

89%

88

1

80
Mar 1
87
Mar 8
94% Mar 8
109% Mar 1
105% Mar 4
23
Mar 7
28% Mar 8
113% Mar 28
109% Mar 5
23% Mar 26
14% Mar 29
21% Mar 18
62
Mar 1
23% Mar 27
9y4Mar 8
17
Mar 26
76% Mar 22
47% Mar 29

Feb 25

50

2

75% Feb 11
82 y4 Jan 23
88
Jan 22
Feb 28
95
110% Feb 28
106% Jan 30
Jan 18
25
9
29% Jan
8
115% Jan

72%
76 Va
83 y8
92%
107
104

Sale
Sale
Sale

102

100% 101%
25%

Mar

Jan
Jan
Jan

46

49% Mar 29
75% Mar 27

Sale
Prices

'

62% Mar 28
82
Mar 28
102
Mar 1
35
Mar 28
103 y2 Mar 4

Sale

22%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

35%
47%

33yjC

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

26% Mar 25
107% Mar 1
107% Mar 1

Highest

13% Mar 14
21% Mar 6
57
Mar 1
77% Mar 1
100
Mar 1
33
Mar 1
100
Mar 18

14

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

21%
61%

10%
13%
25%

95% 97%

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

9%
11%

1

Ry

.

see page

6
16

Sale
97%
Sale

55

15
12%
13%

Milk Co common
*
4%% preferred —100
Petroleum Corp of Amer
1
Pfaudler Permutit Inc
5
Pfizer (Chas) & Co
33%

Phelps Dodge Corp

,

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
33y2
104
103

Sale

47
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

31%
150 Va

Sale

52

100

Sale

95
94
95
95
Sale

Sale

57%
79%

57 ^Sale
73% sale
101
Sale
31% Sale
100% Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale
88%
Sale
104y4
100% 102%

37

Sale
Sale

107% Mar 14
Mar 5
104
20% Mar 19

Sale

17%

13%

Mar 22

6
Mar 22

49%

106
106%
109 Va 110
Sale
110
Sale
43 Va

48%
99

22

Sale

94

Mar

45

33%

22%

Mar 1
Mar 14

Sale

18ya

16%
50%
54 Va

48%
73%
78
83 Va

47%

96
^

Prices

16%
77%

8%
16

Sale
Sale
89

Sale

76%

22

17%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Sale
Prices

Highest

Lowest
Sale
Prices

22% Mar l
13% Mar 21
18 % Mar 1
59% Mar 26
20% Mar 4
8% Mar 29
15 % Mar 19
Mar 4
75

94

—

5%

104%
Sale
Sale
Sale

22%
26%

Sale
94%
Sale
95%
Sale
Sale
Sale
21 Vs
Sale

103 y4 104y2
101 y2 102%
Sale
45

102% 104
100
101
45% Sale
17Vs 17%
95% Sale

100%

Pet

For footnotes,




Sale
Sale
Sale

108% 109

Sale

22%
13%
18 %
61%
21 Vs
9y8
16%
74

Sale

10
5
*
100

Pennsylvania RR Co
People's Drug Stores Inc
Peoples Gas Lt & Coke

146,000

1,420
618,000
53,900
102,300
56,800

47%
98%

100

preferred

43,500
44,700

810

107%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

30%

14,300
9,800

1,040

95

93%
Sale

Glass Sand Corp
1
Penn Power & Light com
*
4%% preferred •—
100

Penn

380

1.100

94

92
93 Ya

Sale

180

455,400
223,300
6,780

Sale
85 Va

92%

36

6,700
39,100

81,500
81,700

78%
84%

Sale

41%
43

conv

2,500
12,700

790

Sale
80
86
87%
94% 95
Sale
109 y2
105
105%
Sale
22 ye
Sale
27
Sale
108

Sale

preferred 50
Penney (J. C.) Co—
1
Pennsalt Chemicals Corp
3

4.68%

Perkin-Elmer Corp
Permanente Cement com
5% conv preferred

280
510

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

91%
90%
92 %
92%
23%
377/e
44%
20%
43%

Ask

49%
74%

18%
Sale
Sale
8%
Sale

35%
76

or

Sale
Sale

13 %

108% 108%
109 Va
Sale
40
Sale

30%

135,300
55,400

1,510

Sale
Sale

43
Sale
104 Va 105 %

Peabody Coal Co common—5
5% conv prior pfd
25

41,600
15,600

830

8%
13 Va
72%
44%

24"%
51

Peoria

240,700
2,280
4,770

66%
24 %

-*
_•

Davis & Co——
Parmelee Transportation

8,740
166,600

75,400

13%
18 Ya

36%

2,490
42,700

76,700

ITale

1

Paramount Pictures

2,990

280,000 1,017,300
4,200
17,400
189,000
80,700

22%

145%

1

Papercraft Corp

295,900
113,100

20%

100

Packaging Corp of Amer—5
Packard-Bell Electronics_50c

195,100
115,500

84,900
23,700

Sale
Sale

20%
25%
108%

-y 31%

6% preferred
Pacific Tin Consol Corp

41,900
39,800

94,400
6,650

75

91% 93
108
107
104 % 105

14 2/7

Common

670

12,100
43,800
38,500
27,000
2,540

48%

,

169,000

600

8414

Sale
74

Bid

jSale

100

33,900

46%
73
77

Ask

Closing

17%
16% 17
American Corp
5
17% 18%
Sale
13 Vs
13%
Pacific Cement & Arreg—5
12% 13
Sale
33
32%
Pacific Gas & Electric
10
31%
Pacific Hawaiian Products—Name changed to P H P Co Inc
17%
Pac. Intermountain Exp Co 5
Sale
58 ya
55%
Pacific Lighting Corp
*
60% Sale

52,000

11,000
188,300
4,200
41,000
120,100
158,400

Bid

March 29

Pacific

89,300

34,000

•

preferred

$5

Pacific
_

100
100
—100
—100
1

$4.10
preferred
4.08%
preferred
4.11% preferred
$4.16 preferred

410

490
840
120

100

preferred

$3.60

1,700

100,400
94,700

5

Common

4,590
2,600

150
430
120

—10

common

Adjustment preferred—25
6%
preferred
10
Norris-Thermador Corp—50c
North American Aviation—1
North American Car Corp—7

106,400

1,040

86,300

*

Common

3.40%

7,530
4,900

2,270

Opening or

Ask

Bid

25

STOCKS

-PRICES IN MARCHMarch 1

Opening- or

STOCKS

—

Sale
101

30%
Sale

.

39 y8
25%
53%
35%
26 y8

29
13
28
29
13

28
5

29
18
25

47% Mar 19
40% Mar 5
Mar 11
35
33% Mar 4
1
105 y2 Mar
Mar 1
101

16% Mar 5
37% Mar 7
49% Mar 29
62

50%
43%
15%
52 y2
48%
101

49% Feb

29%
26
27%
17%

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan

14
28
7
4
14

16% Mar
8% Jan
4iy4 Jan

1
2
2

42% Jan
34
Jan
30% Jan
32% Jan

2

101 Va Jan

3
3
2
2

99% Mar 12
13 Va Jan
2
35% Feb
8
46
Feb 11
Jan
Jan

1

Mar 19
13% Jan
2
51 y4 Mar 14

39

25% Mar 28
47
Jan
2
52% Mar 6

29% Jan

2
7
100
Jan
86% Jan 11
100
Jan 10
104
Mar 6
33% Jan 21

71%
84 Vi
81%
47 y8

Feb

Jan
Feb
Jan
10% Feb

27
21

1
9
14
48% Mar 25
47% Mar 19

40% Feb 18
35
33%
106%
103

Mar 11
9

Jan
Feb

28

Feb

13

16% Feb 15
37% Jan 22
49% Mar 29
Feb 26

50% Feb 26
7
48 Va Jan
1
15% Feb
Jan
8
55

45
Jan
2
99 y2 Mar 8
16 y4 Feb 12

Mar 5
102 Va Mar 11
105% Mar 22
38 Va Mar 11
Mar 13
80
Mar 12
91
Mar 22
88
50% Mar 26
21% Mar 4
Mar 8
23
62% Mar 21
Mar 12
101
Mar 4
31
Mar 26
44

27
33
20%
19%

63

Mar 23
Mar 18

Mar

4
28% Feb
55 Vs Feb 14
35 Va Mar 29

2

49
46

58% Mar 29
32% Mar 28

14
17
28
40% Jan 22
Jan
9% Jan

4

Mar 5
Mar 14
Mar 8
Mar 11
Mar 22

17% Mar 25
27% Mar 11
50% Mar 21

105
91

2
Jan 10
Mar 26

Jan 25

Jan

18

3
Jan 10
Jan 17
Mar 26

21%
51%
99 y2
29 y8

Feb 28
2
Jan
8
Jan
Feb 28

39

Feb 26

9
Jan
51
101 Vs Feb 19
9
17% Jan
9
28% Jan
Feb 21
52

59

Feb

6

33% Jan 24
1
5
Feb
5
105% Jan 23
1
39 y4 Feb
Mar 13
80
Feb 14
91
Mar 22
88
50% Mar 26
21% Jan 18
105
91
103

Mar
Mar

24 y8 Jan

8

62% Mar 21
102 Vs Jan
Jan
34

44%

18
17

26

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

Aggregate Sales
In

March
Shares

Shares

6,700

31,800

520

750

1,000

1,900
134,600

New York
Stock Exchange

Since
Jan. 1

55,300
410

73,900
58.500
660

2,900
8,100

1,070
233,600
385,700
2,510
10,200

35,900

120

190

11,700

47,600
3,920
132,100
857,200
26,900
3,630

2,520

85,500
137,300
8,500
520

35,200
77,400
89,400

Price Jan. 2,
1963

Bid

10

Pitts Coke & Chemical
$5 conv preferred
4.80% conv preferred

13 Ms
72%

Sale
Sale

69

71

14%

Sale

134%
51%

Sale
Sale

•
*
Pittsburgh Forgings Co
1
Pitts Ft Wayne & Chi Ry—
7% guaranteed pfd
100
Pittsburgh Plate Glass
10
Pittsburgh Steel Co com
•
5%

preferred class A—100
5% % 1st ser pr pref—100
Pitts & West Virginia
100
Pitts Young & Ash Ry—
7% non-cum pfd~
100
Pittston Co common
1
$3.50 conv

preferred

Opening

or
Ask

Far

75
1.25

7
37
40

Bid

15%
80
72
19 %

55%
9%
51%
55%
35%

Sale

41

121% 123
57 % 58 %

123
'

75

Sale

19%

Sale

57

Sale
Sale

53%
33%

124%

Sale
107
109
31% Sale
1373/4 Sale
17% Sale

Sale
52%
Sale
Sale

74

Safe

29%

Sale

Sale

72%

Sale

Sale

31
94

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

94%
44%

95%
Sale

71

261,200

Pub Serv

28

Sale

29%

Sale
Sale

69%

Sale
Sale
Sale

70%
31

110

30%
135%
17j/8
97

Mar 7
Mar 4
Mar 19
Mar 12
Mar 20

Mar 12

1223/4 Mar 18
57 y2 Mar 1

1223/4 124
593/4 Sale

463,4

94

43%
71%

Colorado—5

139
54%
9%
49 %
52%
32%

Sale

Sale
108
Sale
281/2
Sale
135
Sale"""~*716%
/ 95 y2
98
42

s f pref_100
Potomac Electric Power—10
Procter Si Gamble Co__
*

of

9ys
52

Sale

Prices

14 % Mar 19
80
Mar 1
75
Mar 7
19
Mar 1

139% 140

Sale
Sale
Sale

.

Salp^

*

RANGE
Lowest
Sale

Highest

Sale
Prices

or

Sale
Sale
78

116,300
276,400

Co

Lowest

Ask

14%

15%
Sale

Sale

Bid
80

1
10

Polaroid Co
Poor Si Co
Porter Co 5%%

Closing

Sale

31%
142%
15%

Plough Inc

March 29

Sale
75

57%

104 % 106%

Sale

or
Ask

138% 140

Sale
38

34%

STOCKS

-PRICES IN MARCH-

March 1

Opening

STOCKS

—

Mar

4

Mar 20
Mar 29

Mar 19
Mar

5
Mar 5
69% Mar 1
283/4 Mar 11

15% Mar

4
Mar 1
77
Mar 21
20% Mar 7

Sale

139% Mar 25
Mar 28
Mar 4
Mar 28
Mar 1
Mar 5

Mar 4
60 y4 Mar 18
110% Mar 15
32% Mar 5
1413/4 Mar 14
17% Mar 1

124

Prices

13% Jan
72% Jan
73

3
2

Jan 10
2

14% Jan
134% Jan
51% Jan
7
38
41

2
2
2
3

Jan
Jan
Jan

3

32% Mar 12
Jan 17
573% Feb 28
3
105 y4 Jan
28% Mar 20

122

132

18

Jan

75% Mar 27
30 y4 Mar 18

3
15% Jan
93
Jan 14
42
Mar 5
69% Mar 1
2
27% Jan

73% Mar 27
31% Mar 8

30 Va Jan

98

Mar 11

46% Mar 27

1

Highest

Prices

80

57%
10 %
52 %
55%
36%

JAft.

SINCE

17% Jan

9

80
Mar I
77 % Jan 22

20% Mar

7

139% Mar 25
57% Jan 14
11% Feb 18
54 % Feb 21
57% Feb 14
8
40% Jan

Feb 11
4
613% jan

124

111

Feb

1

34% Jan 15
4
148 y2 Jan
18 y4 Feb 27
99
Feb 18
48

Jan 29

75% Mar 27
30% Feb

19

73% Feb
32% Feb
95
Feb
96 y2 Jan
100
Feb
109% Jan
111% Jan

11
18

Public Serv Elec & Gas—

62,100
9,400

272,100
27,500

690

1,460
1,360
2,770

400

1,420
740
370

Common
$1.40 div

4.08%
4.18%
4.30%
5.05%

2,960

1,990

*

pref com
preferred
preferred
preferred
preferred

30%

100
100
100

100
100

5.28% preferred

97

94%
91
108

108%

95
92

Sale
Sale

Public Serv of Indiana—

35,700

114,200

340

1,320
6,900

2,700
200

83,500

100

840

35,500
15,000
75,700
131,900

162,600
55.300
304,900
570,700

23,600

*

100
25
25

preferred
preferred
4.16% preferred

900

12,500

Common

3Va%
4.32%

Publicker Industries
$4.75 preferred

com

24%

Sale
Sale
Sale

23

24%

5

6%

•

Puget Sound Pwr Si Lt
10
Puget Sound Pulp Si Tim 3

33
76

84

5

39%
19%
24%
37%

65,500
1,260
17,100

Quaker Oats (The) com
5
6%
preferred
100
Quaker State Oil Ref Corp_10

141%
27%

328,500 1,305,500

Radio Corp of Amer com
*
$3.50 1st preferred
•
Ralston Purina Co
2.50
Ranco Inc
2.50
Random House Inc
1

340

4,900
11,200
38,900
36,200

16,400
4,200

38,600
173,600
182,500
8,400
2,700
2,500

33,800
148,800
93,500
72,000

31,900

131,600
531,700
408,900
35,600
18,800

12,300

115,000
19,600
41,700
189,800
11,700
26,300
119,900

53,300
3.800
10,200
27,400
110

49,600
17,200

510

323,400

4%

non-cum

4%

non-cum 2nd

132,100

293,800

176,800

772.300

12,900
5.300

27,900

4%%

19,300

4M«%

18,400
4.200

17,200
21,000
13.300
23,400

165,800
49,700
28,300
66,400
115,000
68,900

103,600

23,100
110

64,100
140

37,500

113,700

39.700

125,000

2,800

8,700

11,600

142,900

454,800 1,469,900
22,900

135,600

8,700

29,400
89,100
6,700

26,800
2,000
14.000

55,600

125,400

513,000

74,300
1,370

215,800
4,100

47,200

179~200

4,000

23,700
217,500
11,300

27,500

4,600

164,400
35,400

478,300
123.900
499.400 1,226,000
8.800

36.200

65,100
7,900
62,900
13,900
71,200
36,400

258,100
25,800

60,900

343.300
52,700

9,000

224,000
42,300

272,500
147,900

Revlon

com

preferred ser A
conv 2nd pfd

Reynolds (R J) Tob

_50c

50c

10
10

34%

5
_l

36 Ms

*
50

84

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

62

Sale

144%

Ronson Corp
Roper (Geo D) Corp
Royal Crown Cola Co
Royal Dutch Petrol Co
Royal McBee Corp
Rubbermaid Inc
Ruberoid Co_.
Ruppert (Jacob)
Ryan Aeronautical Co

Ryder System Inc

(Ltd)

1
5

50

66% Feb 14
80% Mar 25

27%
23%
7%

15%

15

11

12

10%

47%
24
17 %
13

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

"Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

84%
9%
24

11

19%
40%
16%
62%
17%
9

Sale
Sale

65

60

Sale
62%

Sale
Sale

16%

Sale

46%
93%

19%
1874

Sale

25

17%
13%

11%
20%
41%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar 28
Mar 29
Mar 7
Mar 4

17 y8
64% Mar

Mar

7
1

9% Mar

1

18

15% Mar 12

15% Mar 11

Sale

37% Mar 28

40

Sale
Sale

Mar 18
36
37% Mar 1
42% Mar 1
Mar 6
29

33

23% Mar

25

Sale
Sale
103% 104

4%
59

39%
36
106%
95

441/4
32%
24%
50%
105

Sale
88%

42%
87%

Sale

13%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

97

5%
59

43%
33%
21%
24%
30%
41

36%
112
93

16%

Sale

22%

Sale

21%
31%
45%
9%
12%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

12%

12%

28

Sale

13%

13%

17%
10%

Sale
Sale

28V4
11%
17 1/4
11 %

Sale
93% 943/4
220
375

45%
26%

Sale

80%
Sale

82%

28%
37%

1174
18%
9%

12

39%
33 y8

Sale
Sale

10%
12%
19 y4
9%
39 y4
33

6%
66%
13%
52 y2

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

8ys
68%
12%
54%

Sale

20

12% Mar
49% Mar

15%

21
20 y4

Sale
Sale

28
27

Mar

16

5
4
5
18
18
1
28

15%

Sale

Sale

12
1
1
26

9y« Mar

37%

24 %
50%

Sale

7
5
26
1

8
271/4 Mar 29
27% Mar 1

Sale

31%

Sale
Sale
Sale
12
Sale

l
19
19
21
14

10% Mar

15%

Sale

Sale

Sale

23 % Mar
22% Mar
8
Mar
14% Mar
10% Mar
45% Mar
22% Mar
15% Mar
12% Mar
10% Mar
19% Mar
40% Mar
13% Mar
61% Mar
16% Mar
8% Mar

86% Mar 28

15%

Sale
50%
Sale

43%

9

Sale
Sale

9% Mar 14

7
Mar 25
Mar 25
Mar 25
Mar 5

37 %
37%

43%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

11%
20 %
40%
14%

Sale
Sale

Sale

24%
16i/2
13%

8
15 %
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

SCM Corp common
5 % % conv preferred

2
56
Jan
2
78 V* Jan
2
34% Jan
15ys Feb 26

66% Mar 29
147% Mar 14
30% Mar 29

26%
8%
14%

Schenley Industries Inc_1.40

1

1

Mar 20
Mar 1

9% Mar 18
83 y4 Mar 8

Sale
360
100
Sale
25%

35c
1
30

61 % Mar

Sale
87
Sale
Sale
Sale

preferred
100
4.30% conv preferred
100
St Joseph Lead Co
10
St Joseph Lt & Pwr Co
•
St Louis-San Fran Ry com.*
5% preferred ser A
100
St Regis Paper Co
5
San Diego Gas & Elec Co
10
San Diego Imperial Corp
1
Sangamo Electric Co
5
Convertible pref
1
Schering Corp common
5% conv preferred..
Schick Inc

142
29

84%
9%

Sale
Sale

10

Sale
Sale
Sale

10

19
27

26%
35%

65%
142%
30%

19
Mar 14
Mar 19
Mar 1

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

115%
16% Sale
23% Sale

80

Sale
Sale

25
28
37

37
15%
10%

Sale
Sale

Sal*

4%

37%

29

15
8
7
26% Mar 4
30»/4 Mar 28
40% Mar 13

Sale

114
113 %

1.66%

Sale
Sale

11
14

62% Mar

Sale

-_2.50

6%
84 y8

29
29
29
8

80%
39%
17 y8
11 y8

34%

•

24%
23

Mar 13
Mar 1
15% Mar 1

5

5

Sale
Sale
Sale
85

Mar
Mar
Mar
6% Mar
84 y8 Mar
39% Mar

79
37

25
30

12%
27%
11%
16%
9%

69% Jan 18
147% Mar 14
30% Mar 29

78
25
23

57% Mar 19

37

9

61% Feb 19
Jan 2
27% Jan 2

34% Mar 29

4

Sale
Sale
Sale

23

1
l

7y8 Feb 14
84 y2 Jan 15
4
40% Jan
2874 Feb 20
30% Feb 25
41
Jan 18

6

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

Sale

Sale
Sale
37 %

1

6%
84%
37%
25%
29%
39%

32% Mar
76

80%
38%
16%

19%

20g

23

Sale
Sale
Sale

17
23%
24%
34%
47%
9 i/s

Sale
Sale
50%

Sale

50% Mar
103% Mar

7

50% Mar 8
106
Mar 18

45% Mar 27

87

88

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

4%
56%
41%
32%
21%
23%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

95%
Sale
Sale

Mar
12% Mar

Mar
Mar

Mar
Mar
Mar 21
Mar 19

29% Mar 8
39% Mar 15
35% Mar 6

106% Mar 4
94
Mar 19
16% Mar 1
21
Mar 18

Sale

21

Mar

Sale

31

Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
12
Sale
Sale

45% Mar

Sale
Sale
94
220
375
29
Sale
Sale
2074
21
Sale

82%
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

39

Sale

I2V4
11%
19%
9%

Sale^,

39%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

12.%
54%

Mar 29

V* Mar

38% Mar

81%
32%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Mar 21

Sale

48%

3274
8%
70%

7

40

45% Mar 28

88 %
Sale

83%
Sale

Sale

1
6

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

5

5
1
Mar 21

9
12 y8 Mar
27% Mar

6
5

12 Va Mar 26
16% Mar 21
10
Mar 6

13%
5y8
62%
43%
34%
23%
24%
30%
41 %

36%
113

Mar 26
Mar 12
Mar 21
Mar 25
Mar 27
Mar 14
Mar 1
Mar 27
Mar 27
Mar 27
Mar 22
Mar 29
4

32% Jan

76

141

9% Mar 18
Jan 16

77%
8%
21%
22%

12

49% Jan
102 y» Jan

38% Mar
87

104

27

9

Feb

453/8 Feb

94% Mar 22

93

Feb

26% Mar 1
20% Mar 27
20 y» Mar 1

29%
21 %
21%
83 Va
33

25
19
18%
79

Jan
Jan
Jan

10% Mar

Mar 28
Mar
Mar

8
1

Mar 14

Mar 26
39% Mar 15

1

123/4 Mar 28

11% Mar 28
19 y8 Mar 4
9% Mar 1

12% Mar 4
20% Mar 18
93/4 Mar 6

38 y2 Mar
32% Mar
Mar
8
Mar
68
12
Mar
Mar
53

41% Mar 25
33 y4 Mar 1
10
Mar 7
71% Mar 15
13 y» Mar 1
54% Mar l

29

11
1
1

20
22

Jan

26% Jan
Jan
Jan
11% Jan
18% Jan
9% Jan
38% Mar
32% Feb
6% Jan
65% Feb
12% Mar
51% Jan
35
10

25

373/8 Jan 17
78 % Feb 11
25
Mar 14
24 y8 Jan

40

Jan

18%
13 y2
86%
11 Va
27 y4
30 y2
9%
17 y4
133/4
50 y2

Jan
Jan

24
7
7

Feb 27

Jan 24
Mar 29

Jan
Feb
Feb
Feb
Jan
25
Mar
17% Feb
1474 Jan
13
Jan
20% Jan

41% Mar
20 y2 Jan
69

22

Jan

8
15
14
14
3

18
21
22
11

23
7
17
17
26
18

18% Feb
974 Feb
16
Feb 19
39% Feb 18
4274 Feb 14
43 y2 Jan 24
7
37 Vs Jan
26% Jan 10
50% Feb 13
110
Jan 2-

1

45% Mar 27
88 Va Feb
A 4 V, Feb

12

Mar 19
Mar 4
Mar 15
2
Jan
2
Jan
2
Jan
2
Jan
Mar 6
2
Jan
Jan 21
Mar 21
Jan
2

48% Mar 29

1
15

T

2
2
55
J an 17
2
39
Jan
8
32% Feb
3
19% Jan
233/4 Feb 12
3
27
Jan
2
373,4 Jan
2
34% Jan

213/4
18%
26%
43 y4
8%
12 y8
27%
11%
16%

13
11
11

Feb

8

3

10% Jan
4% Jan

16V4

21

2

*

17% Mar 25

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
11% Mar

Jan

3
38% Jan
13% Mar 26
2
53
Jan
2
16 y4 Jan
2
63/4 Jan
2
14
Jan
2
34% Jan
2
36 y8 Jan
2
40 Va Jan
29
Mar 6
2
23% Jan

23%
25%
34%
47%
13
29
14
18

Jan
Mar
Jan
Mar
Mar
Mar

10% Mar 12
4
18% Jan

94

Mar 26
9% Mar 15

2
2

19
21
7%
14%
21
10%
14
7
45%
22% Mar 5
7
15% Jan

96% Mar

Mar 29
Mar 26
Mar 27

Jan

45% Mar 1
93% Mar 27

81% Mar 21
28% Mar 4
37% Mar 6

21
22

3
Jan
2
24% Feb 11
23
Mar 29
6
Jan
2
4
84
Jan
36% Jan 25
2
193/4 Jan
2
2374 Jan
36% Jan 11

Sale
78

59%

42%
32%

1

34%
771/4
24%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

79%

Sale

100
1
1
1

Rohr Corp

Sale

59%

5

Corp

Rohm <te Haas Co—
Common
4% preferred ser A

109%

2
2

4
91% Jan
94% Jan 14
96% Mar 8
106% Mar 7
2
108% Jan

Sale
Sale

87%
13%

27%

Sale

98
Sale

68% Jan

94
Mar 29
96 Va Mar 27
97% Mar 18
108% Mar 19
110
Mar 19

Sale

38%

2.50
Contls.l
Rochester Gas & Elec Corp_»
Rochester Telephone Corp.10

Sale
Sale

97%

96%
97%
107%

29

Sale

39%
32%
191/4
24%

Sale
85

Sale
Sale
Sale

89
Sale

Co

page 29.

25%
24%

87%
10%
4%
58

Robertshaw-Fulton

see

24%
23%
6%

41%

10

Schlumberger

78

5
_100
1
Tr
£

Riegel Paper Corp

com

33%, Sale
76

102%

Inc_1.25
•

Safeway Stores

50

Sale

108% 110

100

Richardson-Merrell
Richfield Oil Corp.

Rockwell-Standard

40%
33
23%

93%
95%
98%

38%
25%
28%
37%

Sale
10% Sale
18% Sale
39%- -Sale
14% Sale
53
Sale
Sale
161/4

6%
14

com

3.60% preferred
Rheem Mfg Co
Rhodesian Selection

Ritter

Sale

12%

Rexall Drug Si ChemCo_2.50

For footnotes,




15%

5
100

Inc

Reynolds Metals Co

12

50c
1

Republic Aviation
Republic Corp com
$1 conv preferred
Republic Steel Corp
Revere Copper Si Brass

84,000
441,500

8%
21%
28%
7%
15Mt

•

Reliance Mfg Co com
3 Ms %
conv pfd

8,600
88,200

57%
78%
34%
17%
12%
79

49%

Reliable Stores Corp
lo
Reliance Electric & Eng Co_5

608,600

249,300
194,200
228,100

5o
50

62

•
•

Reichhold Chemicals

150,600

4,200

pfd

Owl Stores Inc
When issued:
Reed Roller Bit Co
Reeves Bros Inc

128,000
7,900

1,400
48,000
79,600
55,600
47,100

1st pfd

Red

1,600

513,100 1,297,800

*

Raybestos-Manhattan
•
Raymond Int'l Corp__3.33V3
Rayonier Inc
1
Raytheon Co
5
Reading Co common
50

9,100
12,400

4,800

5,600
8,900

Pullman Inc
Pure Oil Co

Sale
85

92%
95
97
107

70
Mar 4
30% Mar 4
92 % Mar 6
95
Mar 5
96% Mar 8
106% Mar 7
109
Mar 11

8
i

5% Mar 21
65 7/* Feb 2:
6
44 y2 Feb

34% Mar 14
2474 Jan 24
8
26% Jan
31
Feb
4174 Feb

3774 Feb

15
11
8

117% Jan
96% Mar

8
4

17% Jan

9

24% Jan

4

25% Mar 26
6
38
Feb

47% Feb
10%
13 y2
31%
14%
1974

Jan
Jan

4
17
9

1
Feb
Feb 19
Jan 10
11% Mar 27

4
25

48% Mar 29

7
10
2
8

29% Mar 28
21% Feb 20

2
2
2
3
2
15
29
8
2
12
15
3

96

Feb

20

23

Jan

28

85%
33
39%
12%
13%
21%
10
45%
35%

Jan
Mar
Mar
Mar
Jan
Jan
Mar

25
26
15
28
10
29
7

Jan

16

10

Jan 16
Mar 7

7
71% Feb
16% Jan 23

59

Jan 22

_■

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

April, 1963
Aggregate Sales
Since
Jan. 1

in
March

Shares

431,100

60

790

140

21,900

3,140
125,050

150

240

25,200
106,000
85,500
20,200
17,400
160,200

59,200
375,400
246,200
112,600
J24.400
477,600

12,300
36,900

23,500

211,300

30

80

15,800

55,700
75,600
143,000

STOCKS

Shares

153,000

New York
Stock Exchange

26,300
40,400
31,100
20,300
229,200
53,900
12,800
153,100
6,500
9,800
17,400
4,300
9,600
231,300
5,900

119,200
61,100
609,400
201,300
65,700

284,300
18,700
44,500
66,000

21,200

Par

Scott Paper Co common...'
$3.40 preferred
•

32%
85%

Sale
87

•

97
21 Ya
77

99%

preferred

$4

Scovill Mfg Co common—25
3.65%
preferred
100
Screw & Bolt Corp of Amer_l
Seaboard Air Line RR
20
Seaboard

Finance

1

Seagrave Corp (The)
Sealright-Oswego Falls
Sears

Seiberling
Servel

Rubber

Inc

5
5

Co

&

Roebucu

76%

y%
9%

1

Sharon Steel Corp
•
Shattuck (Frank G) Co
•
Shell Oil Co
1
Shell Transport 6z Trading
N Y shares ordinary ....
Sheller Mfg Corp
l
Sheraton Corp of Amer
50c
Shoe Corp of America
1

Signode Steel Strapping Co_l

140,800
77,600

When

22,000

76,500

16,500
76,700
200,300

45,600
207,400
659,900

79,400
17,300
23,600

268,400
148,900
72,100

700

1,800
22,400
550,500
21,000
63,500
447,000
182,000
30,000
181,500

Steel Co

•

Simplicity

36,900
40,200

•
Sz

625,100

280

181,100
48,400
440

27,700

106,700

5,400
27,400
114,100

25,300
124,600
140,300
232,100

370

750

17,000

14,100

75,500
49,900
930

71,500

Issued

Skelly Oil Co
(A

9%
37 Va
18%
12
38

22%
19 y4
10%
16%
24%
32%
28%
22%
36

126%

Sale
10

Sale
105

32%
90
100

23%
77
5

36%
18

O)

Sale

103

20%

Sale
Sale

23%
203/4

Sale
Sale

11%
18%

Sale
Sale

9%
17%

Sale

22%
33%

Sale
Sale

243/4
34%

29%
22%
37%
127%
633/4

29%

293/4
25%
41%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

29%
Sale
Sale
Sale

23%

23%

Sale

23%

5

preferred

23%
64%
58%

50

1,350
178,700
121,900
3,770
222,100

Standard Brands common.'
$3.50 preferred
•
Standard Kollsman Ind Inc_l

52
33

29%

Sale

27%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
54
Sale
Sale

64%
60%

31

Sale

23%
30%
51%

Sale

50
43
29 %

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

56%
20%

71%
35
15

Sale
105
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

55%

South Jersey Gas Co
2.50
South Puerto Rico Sugar
5
8% preferred
25
Southeastern Pub Service—1
Southern Calif Edison
8%
Southern CqPKThe)
5
Southern Indiana Gas Sz El_*
Southern Nati&al Gas
7.50
Southern Pacific Co
•
Southern Ry Co common
•
5% non-cum pfd
20
Mobile & Ohio Ctfs
100
Southwestern Pub Serv
1

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

„„

11%
8%
56 y2

Sale

13%
133/ii
383A
21%
12%
36 Va

Sale

Sale

Socony Mobil Inc
15
Soo Line RR Co
•
South Amer Gold & Plat
1
So Caro El & Gas com
4.50

101
Sale
78
79»/4
5ya
Sale
Sale
35%
18 %
Sale
Sale
283/4
Sale
32%
Sale
77%
9j/4 Sale
9
Sale
106
110
Sale
14%

Sale
Sale
Sale

9%
9%

Sale
Sale

74
Sale
Sale

12%
9%
57
52

40%
40%
34%
24%
30%
54%
52%
46%
28%
56

20%

73%
33%
15%
11%
7%
27%

14

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

•

-,-rl

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

27%
63%
65%
163/4

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
53%

57%
53

Sale
Sale
Sale
533/4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

383/4
40 3/4
33%

Sale
Sale
Sale

24%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

53%
49 %
293/4
58%

9

32

54%

Sale
Sale
Sale

203/4
74
34%

76
Sale

13%

25%
82%
35%
64%

Sale

Sale
Sale

85

Sale
Sale

83

18%

Sale
Sale

36%
65%
83%
18 %

Sale
Sale

95%
25%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

243/4

Sale

95

Sale

Sale

94%

Sale
96 %~

Sale
Sale
Sale

66 Va
61

94

Sale
Sale

14y2

38%
21 y4
13 3/4
38%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
96%
Sale

12%
7ya
29%
95%
13%

Sale
92

24%

Sale

56

Smith Kline Sz French Lab_*

90
100

Sale
78%

27%
30%
77%

10

Corp

32%

Sale
Sale
102

16

11%
73/4
28%
95%
13

95%
27%
88%
39%

Sale
Sale
Sale

67%

Sale
95%

66%

Sale

56%
63 %

84%
16%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
97
Sale
96
Sale

89%
Sale
Sale
843/4
Sale

27

STOCKS

-PRICES IN MARCHMarch 29
Lowest
Sale
Closing or
Bid
Ask
Prices

March 1
Opening or
Bid
Ask

25

Smith-Douglass Co Inc

5%

103

10

Spalding (A G) 8z Bros Inc-1
Spartans Industries
1
Sparton Corp
2.50
Spencer Chemical com
6
4 20%
preferred
100
Sperry-Rand Corp com 50c
$4.50 preferred
25
Spiegel Co Inc common
$4.50 preferred
•
Square D Co.

446,900 2,193,200
3,040
4,980
50,900
281,400
230

Pattern Co
50c
Sinclair Oil Corp
5
Singer Manufacturing Co_20
Smith

20

Sale
78 ya
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

_

1

Co

common

Simmons Co
Simonds Saw

4%
33%
17 Ya

3

$5.25. preferred
•
SFC Financial Corp
l
Shahmoon Industries Inc 2.50
Shamrock Oil & Gas
1

35,700
669,600
115,800

3,600
188,000
3,600
15,200
125,600
58,000
13,200
53,800
173,400
53,500

Price Jan. 2,
1963
Opening or
Bid
Ask

—

31
90
100
23
78
5

34%
18

26Va
293/4
75y2
9
8 3/4
105
13%
133/4

38%
20l/a
12 Va
34%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Highest

15
1
18
5
7
1
29
1
19
19
28
6
4
5
1

6
21

22
22
15
1

20
22% Mar 1
36% Mar 6
125
Mar 1
63
Mar 1
553/4 Mar 1
23% Mar 4
Mar 6
27
603/4 Mar 20
60% Mar 1
12 y8 Mar 1
Mar 15
9
56% Mar 15
51% Mar 18
38% Mar 6
Mar 5
38
Mar 8
33
23% Mar 20
303/4 Mar 4
53% Mar 1
51% Mar 28
463/s Mar 1

283/a
55%
20 y8
73
333/8
153/a
10%
7%
25%
953/4
12%
94
25 y4
85

36%
64%
83%

Mar

1

Mar
Mar

6
4

Mar 14
Mar 1
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

Sale
Prices

Sale
Prices

Prices

Mar 18
Mar 25
Mar 1
Mar 6

23 Va Mar
19% Mar
9
Mar
17
Mar
22
Mar
33 V* Mar
28 % Mar

Highest

Sale

Mar 20
Mar
Mar
Mar

Lowest

4

6
14
19
14
26
18
1
1
4

6
l

16 Ya Mar 15

323/4 Mar
90
101

Mar
Mar

24% Mar
78% Mar
5y4 Mar

4
1
4
19
20
28
13

37% Mar
19 V* Mar 21

29 y2 Mar 4
32% Mar 28
79% Mar 13

9% Mar 15
9% Mar 1
106

14%
15%
40%
22 %
14 %
39

Mar 12
Mar 27
Mar 18
Mar 8
Mar 4
Mar 19
Mar 26

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
30
Mar
26
Mar
41% Mar
129% Mar
24%
20%
11%
18%
243/4
34%

22
28

1
1

29
5
8

28
29
7
66% Mar 28
63% Mar 22
25 J/4 Mar 27
28 3/s Mar 18
64% Mar 1
66 ya Mar 25

17%
9%
57%
52%
40%
43%
34%
25%
32 y8
55%
55%

Mar 27
Mar 1
Mar 14
Mar 26
Mar l
Mar 26
Mar 1
Mar 5
Mar 28
Mar 4

Mar 8
Mar 18
50
30% Mar 4
58% Mar 29

21

Mar
Mar
35% Mar
16% Mar
11% Mar
Mar
8

76

22
11
18
28
29
1

28% Mar 28
Mar
96
14 y8 Mar
96 y2 Mar
27% Mar
Mar
90
Mar
41
Mar
70

14
7
1

29
20
26
15
85% Mar 21
18% Mar 4

31
Mar 15
86
Jan
8
97 Va Jan
9
2
21Va Jan
77
Jan 18
2
4% Jan
2
32% Jan
2
17 Va Jan
2
20
Jan
293,4 Mar 19
74
Jan 17
9
Mar 6

8% Mar 20
8
103% Jan
13% Jan 24
2
9% Jan
34% Jan 30
2
18% Jan
2
11% Jan
34% Jan 16

22% Feb 11
2
19% Jan
9
Mar 22
16% Jan 2
Mar 15
2
32% Jan
9
28% Jan
7
22
Jan
35% Jan 2
2
126
Jan
63
Mar 1
3
55% Jan
2
23
Jan
22

23% Jan
Mar
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
52
Jan
32% Jan
28% Jan
30% Jan
22 Vt Jan

60%
58 y»
11%
8J/4
53%

50
43

Jan
Jan

28% Mar
55% Mar

15

Jan

10% Mar
6%
25%
95%
12%
93%
25
82 Va

79% Feb 27
10
Jan
4

11% Jan 22
106
Mar 12
14y2 Jan 18
15% Mar 18
40% Mar 8
24ya Jan 23

14% Mar 19
Mar 26

39

24% Mar 22
Jan 28
Jan 14

22%
13 y8
19 Ve
26%
37%
32%

Feb 18
Jan 28
Jan 15

Feb 11
Mar 28
41% Mar 29
136 y2 Feb 18
26

68% Feb 18
63% Mar 22
26% Jan 30

2

28% Mar 18
66% Feb 25
66 y8 Mar 25
17 y8 Mar 27
6
10 y4 Feb
57% Mar 14

2
2
4
21
16
2
2
4

2
2
2
1
6
5

19% Feb
72
Jan 31

33% Mar

38
Feb 14
19 V* Jan 11
31
Feb 25
33% Jan 28

20

15
303/4 Mar 4

51% Jan

35 V* Jan 31
91% Feb 11
102
Jan 28
24% Feb 12
78% Jan 23
5y» Jan 23

1
2
6
3

Jan
Mar 19
Jan 10
Mar 26
Jan 24
3
Jan
2
Jan
35% Jan 2
2
64
Jan
81
Jan 22
16 ya Mar 15

Feb
4
54
41% Feb 28
43% Mar 26
25% Feb 25
Feb 18
27
Jan 25
33
56% Jan 14
55% Mar 8
50

Mar 18

31% Jan 29
60% Feb 14
Jan 25
21
Jan 15
74
36% Feb 6
16 y4 Jan 18
14 y4 Jan 28
8% Jan 29

31% Jan
97
15

Feb
Jan

9
1
18

98% Feb. 7
28
90

Jan

Feb
Mar
41
71% Jan
85% Feb
20% Feb

29
1
26
28
21
14

Standard Oil Co—

148,100
6,700

467,300

174,400
538,800
603,200 1,781,000

24,300

77,500

900

1,900
280,100
3,000
28,500
19,600

87,900
800

6,200
7,700
14,000
26,000
16,900

California
$3.30

21,400

57,700
102,200

82,300
9,400

1,400
38,300

131,900

150

230

1,500

7,300
139,800

common—6.25
preferred •

conv

Indiana
New Jersey

173,600
118,200
42,000
206,900

3,300

18,000

5,000
14,600

25,700

Stewart-Warner Corp
Stix Baer Sz Fuller Co
Stokely-Van Camp com
5%
prior preference
Stone Container Corp

54,500

Stone

13,300

59,200

130
1,130
31,400
86,900
1,924,200 2,601,500

6,100
55,000

32,800
152,800

13,910

21,040

4,900

17,300

49,300

187,000
67,800

17,600
30,100

186,500

70,000
126,500
76,700
241,500
15,500
59,000
27,200
96,600
153,600
397,200
412,200 1,187,500
305,100
826,500

2.50
5

1
20
l
1

Sz Webster Inc

class A
Symington-Wayne Corp
Taft Broadcasting Co
Talcott (James) Inc
Tandy Corp

TelAutograph Corp
Tennessee Corp

Sale
Sale

52%
59 %

53%

Sale
91%

57%
92%

89%
14%
49%

Sale
Sale

Sale

24%
25 %

25%

12%
21 %

Sale
Sale

7%

Sale

58%

Sale

Sale
Sale

14

Sale
Sale

24%
25 %
13.%

21%
8%

20%

8%

Sale
30

29

Sale

34%

85

853/4

Sale

77

Sale

75%

30%
30%
37 %
18%
18%

31%
30%

Sale
Sale
Sale

32

15%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
19
Sale

51

Sale

25 Va

18%
43%
23

8%
84
44%

Sale
Sale
Sale
86

Sale

25%
100 y2
7%

Sale

1087

Sale
Sale

15%

Sale
Sale

29%
35%

40%
19%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
86

16%
Sale
Sale
Sale

19%

Sale

19%

Sale

17%

15%

Sale

51%

Sale

53

Sale

33%
28%
7%

Sale
Sale
Sale

35%
27%
6%

Sale

18%
28%
23%
42%

Sale
Sale
Sale

19%
29%
22%
44 %

24%
9%
88%
46 V*
29
107
9 V*
1100
17 Va

40%
31%

Sale

41%

Sale

31%

l

15 %

Sale

17%

1

17%
40%

1
1

6%
5%

1.25

47%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

21

4.50

Sale
Sale

18%
60%

61%

343/4

Sale

Sale
193/4
Sale

19 %

1

18

1
4
1
22
25
27

50

75

1

52 y8 Mar
59 ya Mar

Sale
Sale
94

51%
Sale
Sale

16%

1

Sale

15

15%

Sale
Sale
19

1
4

49%
24%
25%

Sale

6 Va
17%

61% Mar
94% Mar

90%
14%

84
16

1

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
84

1

Tennessee Gas Trans Co
5
Texaco Inc
12.50

Sale
Sale

32

Sale

•

95%

31

Sale
Sale

1
5
l
*

61%

35%
83%
16%

31 Va

Sunray DX Oil Co
1
Sunshine Biscuits Inc__12.50
Sunshine Mining Co
10c
Superior Oil Co ( Calif )_
25
Sweets Co of Am
1.38 8/8
Swift Sz Co
25

Swingline Inc

48%
59 %

23%

Sun Chemical Corp com
$4.50 preferred series A
Oil Co

94%

i

Suburban Propane Gas
SuCrest Corp
Sunbeam Corp
8unstrand Corporation

Sun

Sale
Sale

1.25

Storer Broadcasting Go_.

Stouffer Foods Corp_I
Studebaker Corp
Suburban Gas

For footnotes, see page 29.




7

Ohio
common
10
3%% pfd series A—100
Standard Pckg Corp com__l
$1.60 conv preference
20
$1.20 conv preference
20
6% conv preferred
20
Standard Pressed Steel Co.l
Stanley Warner Corp
5
Stanray Corp
1
Starrett Co (The) L S
•
Stauffer Chemical com
5
3%% preferred
100
Sterchi Bros Stores Inc
1
Sterling Drug Inc
5
Stevens (J P) Sz Co Inc
15

24,900
42,800
40,900
2,600
18,900

18,800
51,200
5,100
42,500
311,900 1,240,800
35,900
102,700
29,200
105,210
4,300
22,900
19,300
59,700
33,000
177,600

25

95%

63

37%
6%
ey4
48

Sale
Sale
Sale
89
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

25%
9%
89
47

31%
108%
9 Va
1307

17%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

41%
31%
17%

L

24%
36%
6%
5%
49%
19%
66%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
23%
Sal°
Sale
Sale
90
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

57% Mar
Mar
92
13% Mar
Mar
49
Mar 25
24
25
Mar 26
13% Mar 19
20% Mar 25
8% Mar 20
29
Mar 18
32% Mar 18
84% Mar 7
15% Mar 6
Mar 26
75
30 Va Mar 11
29% Mar 5
40% Mar 1
19% Mar 1
19% Mar 7
15% Mar 29
50% Mar 20
33%
27
6%
17%

Mar 1
Mar 29
Mar 26

Mar 6
28
Mar 15
22% Mar 14
42
Mar 4
23% Mar 4

9y8 Mar 20
89

Mar

7

Mar 11
28% Mar 1
106
Mar 18% Mar 29
1093 Mar 4
16% Mar 14
46

Sale
Sale
Sale

40% Mar 27
30% Mar 7

Sale

20

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

69

Mar 26

96% Mar

8
57
Mar 29
64
Mar 22
Mar 12
59
923/4 Mar 28
15% Mar 4
51
Mar 11
24% Mar 1
25% Mar 21
14 Ye Mar 5
Mar 4
22
Mar 4
9
29% Mar 8
35% Mar 6
Mar 21
85
16% Mar 22
Mar 4
79
32% Mar 28
343/4 Mar 29
41 y8 Mar 4
20% Mar 5
19% Mar 22
17% Mar 1

53% Mar 27
35%
29%
7%
19%

Mar 29
Mar 5
Mar 5
Mar 29

30

Mar 22

24% Mar 26
44% Mar 27
25% Mar 28
10 Va Mar 8
90
Mar 15
Mar 29
34% Mar 18
108% Mar 14
10% Mar 12
1375
Mar 22
17% Mar 29
42% Mar 5
47

61% Feb 28
Feb 13
93
2
46% Jan
2
58% Jan
2
52% Jan
Jan 22
90
13% Mar 25
49
Mar 27
Mar 25
24
Mar 26
25

12% Jan

2

20% Mar 25
2
Mar 18
Mar 18

7y4 Jan
29

32%

7
83% Feb
3
153/4 Jan
71% Jan 18
29% Jan 18
29% Feb 25
Jan 23
36
17% Jan 11
18% Jan 11
15% Mar 29
50% Mar 20
31

Jan

23% Jan
6Va
17%
25%
18%
41%
21%

Jan
Jan
Jan

Tan
Jan
Jan

8% Jan
85
43%
25 V4
100%
7%

69
Mar 26
96% Mar 8
57
64

Mar 29
Mar 22

Mar 12
92% Mar 28

59

16 % Feb
53% Jan
26
Jan
27% Jan
16% Jan
24 Ya Jan
9% Feb
31% Jan
38% Jan
85
Feb

17%

26
9

17
29
24
8

25
3
15
27
6
Feb
6
Feb
Mar 28
Mar 29

81%
32%
34%
41% Feb 26
24V* Jan 25
19% Feb 21
18% Jan 11

54% Jan

2
2
2
2

35% Mar 29
Feb 25
30
Feb 14
8
7
20% Jan

2
3

30

4
2
2

Jan
Jan

7

Jan
Jan
Jan

2
2
2

3

1045 Jan 21
2
15% Jan
2
40 Va Jan

7

24%
44%
26%
10 y4

Mar 22
Mar 26

Mar 27
Feb 14
Feb
5
Mar 15
90
4
47% Feb
34 Vb Mar 18
Jan 28
111
9
10% Jan
1375

Mar 22
8

18% Jan
43% Feb
35% Jan
18% Feb

6

7

5

30V2 Mar
15% Jan

34% Mar

25% Mar 29
38% Mar 13

17% Jan
34% Mar

25 Ve Mar 29
42% Jan 18

6y2
5%
47%

7% Mar 20
6% Mar 13
51 y4 Mar 19

2
8
6% Mar 18
5% Mar 26
45% Feb 19

19% Mar 27
66% Mar 29

17% Jan
59% Jan

73/4 Jan 25
7% Jan 25
50% Feb
6
19% Mar 27
66% Mar 25

16% Mar 20

18%
60%

Mar 11
8
Mar 18
Mar 26
Mar 1
Mar 1
Mar 1

33% Mar 26
17% Mar

2

2
7

5

28

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

Aggregate Sales
in
March
Shares

New York
Stock Exchange

Since
Jan. 1
Shares

113,900

424,700
12,600
50,000
386,000 1,057,700
138,900
516,400
93,300
442,000
285,200
553,500

26,900
80,100
76,200
3,000
66,800

157,900
300,300
435,000

123,200
8,000

16,500
104,600
420,600
28,400

1,300

5,200

40,700

3,100
121,500
17,900
26,800
19,000

16,200
8,400
31,200
18,700
93,400
9,300
83,700
36,400
88,800
53,300
53.700
18,400

Texas
Texas
Texas
Texas
Texas
Texas

12,400
267,200
45,000
95,300

62,700
98,400
32,900
90,200
51,300

278.700
33,700
306,500
97,400

240,700
127,800
158,000
30,700

700

6,800
352,900
38,000

69,200
112,900

45,300
1,960

Eastern Transmn_3.50
Gas Transmission
5

Gulf

Producing—33 %

Gulf Sulphur
•
Instruments Inc
1
Pacific Coal St 011-10
Texas Pacific Land Trust
Sub shares
1
Texas Utilities Co
•
Textron Inc common
50c
$1.25 conv preferred
•
Thatcher Glass Mfg
5
Thlokol Chemical Co
1
Thomas & Betts Co
1

Thompson (John R)

7.50

251,000
246,900
198,000
216,700
46,400
182,500
337,100
146,000
4,550
20

"680

5

Common

660

134,400

33,900
49,800
69,500
65,700
25,300

Par

Thompson-Ramo Wooldrldge

27,700
127,300
3,900

Opening

STOCKS

137,600

310

Price Jan. 2,
1963

4%

preferred

100

Thor Power Tool Co__
.10
Tidewater Oil Co com.
-25
$1.20 preferred.
Timken Roller Bearing
•
Tlshman Realty St Const
1
Toledo Edison Co (The)
5

—*

Torrington Co
Tractor Supply Co

1

Trane Co (The)
2
Transamerlca Corp com
2
4%3> conv preferred
100
Transitron Electronic Corp-l
Transwestern Pipeline Co
1
Trans World Airlines Inc—5
Trans-World Financial Co—1
Trl-Contlnental Corp com__l
$2.70 preferred
50

preferred

10

308,200
20,500

108,700
90,500

297,200

Union Tank Car Co
•
Union Twist Drill Co
5
United Air Lines Inc
10
United Aircraft common
.5
4% cv pfd (1955 ser)__100
4% cv pfd (1956 ser)
100
United Artists Corp
1
United Biscuit Co of Amer_*
United Board St Carton—
When distributed
25
Ex-distributlon
*
United Carbon Co
*
United-Carr Fastener
2.50
United Corp (Del)
1
United Electric Coal Cos
5

112,300

1,300
7.900
86,700
114,300

24,200
80,700

1,700
161,500
1,100
8,900
100,700
2,000
12,900
141,800
55,800
99,700
13,200

12,800
54,200
38,900
27,100
1,760
29,700
270

12,800

11.700
161,500

119,500
30,000
348,400
7,100
59,200
334,000
388,700
316,600

51,500
72,900
151,200
142,800
120,600
3,490
109,200
1,020

37,000
161,500

64,800
47,400

204,900

20

910

90,100

342,900

600

1.000
62,800
1,800

14,900
200

45,700
10,300
50.500

183,700
45,200
130,400

30

610

62,800
7,380

295,100
16,310

4,700
17,400
623,400 2,340,600
64,500
227,100
583,600 1,826,600
15,300
19,700
1,770
16,900
18,600
42.600

2,400
66.700
69,300
202,400

1,800
28,000

6,700
142,400

15,800

46,900
1,470
502.700

390

115,200
121,600
98.400
24.900

30,000
8,200
29,400
7,000
114,000
41.300
62,900
25.100

3,000
8.100

45,800
57,600

772,900
290,300
24,900
104,900
27,400
87,500
29,100
330,300
295,700
73,000
113,600
43,100
24,700

4%

.

Sale
Sale

43

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

54 Va

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

53%
13%
58 y8
61 y4

20%
52%
30%

Sale
Sale

33%
27 Va

Sale
Sale
Sale
28

21%
53 y2
30%
32%
3i y4
24%

14 y8

58%
54%

17%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

26

29%

29%

31%

22 Ya
25

20
25 y8

53%

Sale
Sale
Sale

18

Sale

17%
25%
64 y4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

22%
72%

Sale
Sale

46

Sale

26%

Sa'le

58%
20%

58%

68
45
136

6%
9%
10%
17%
42%
57

17%
17%
22 Ya
38%
8%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

134%
6%
9y2
11%
16%
43%

Sale
Sale
43%

55%
18%
46%

Sale
Sale

24 y4

Sale

29

8%

Sale

8%

Sale

Sale
Sale

20%
16%
22%
39%

Sale
Sale
Sale

20%
16 y4

Sale
Sale

24

Sale
9%

42%
9%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

37%
106%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
83%
78%
93

9

35%
102%
53 V*
101%
83
80
93

Upjohn Co
Urls Building Corp
Utah Power St

Light

1

10c
12.80

Vanadium-Alloys Steel Co

5

Vanadium Corp of Amer
1
'Van Raalte Co
10
Varian Associates
I
Vendo Co
1.25
Victor Comptometer
1
Va-Car Chem Corp com
1
5%
prior preferred
50
595- conv preferred
50
see page

29.

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

32%
51%

Sale

32 y«

Sale

35%

107%
102%

Sale

Sale

'

100%

Sale

30
8%
54 V*

30%
Sale

18

19

Sale
Sale

34
Sale
99

Sale
Sale
39
Sale
73%
160% 162
13% Sale
45% 48
39% 40
8%
8%
15% Sale
25
Sale
Sale
44%
Sale
82%
Sale
40%
Sale
161%
29% Sale
48% Sale

28%
39 V*

Sale
Sale

76
167

13%
46%
43

9y4
16%
27 y8
49%
84

43%
164

45%

24%

Sale

39%
Sale
Sale

37
160% 162
Rale
13%
Sale
37%
Sale
32%

9%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

44%

Sale

Sale

169%

30%
74%
64

39

Sale

98%

26

Sale

26%
38%
23%
6%
7%
39

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

58%
150

Sale
33
Sale
57 V*
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

153 Vb

26%
39
23 Va
7

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

8%
39

39%

31%

Sale

35
Sale
163% 165
14 V*
Sale
Sale
31
35 y8
Sale

38%

Sale

39%

Sale

28
13 Va
28

28%

32%
13%
27%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

33%
26%
9
40

40%
53

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

28

26%. Sale
Sale
10%
44

46%
54%

Sale
Sale
Sale

51

7
Mar 25
25% Mar 20
58 % Mar 15
24

140

Mar 28
Mar 6
Mar 5
Mar 8
Mar 6
Mar 28
Mar 27

6% Mar 1
10% Mar 29
14% Mar 29
Mar 28
20
46% Mar 28
Mar 6
56
19% Mar 20
46% Mar 1
30% Mar 27
9
Mar 26.
i

6
Mar 15
Mar
Mar

21% Mar

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

9%
37%

Mar

17
24
43

107

94
Sale
Sale
Sale

31%
25%

19%

19%
15%
22%
39 %
8%
35%
101%

92%
63%

Sale
Sale

39%

16% Mar 18
46% Mar 29
23% Mar 1
8% Mar 12

80% Mar 13
92 % Mar 18

28%
24%

28

Mar l
66% Mar 22
44% Mar 6
Mar 6
134
5% Mar 26
9% Mar 1
11% Mar 1
16% Mar 1
42% Mar 4
Mar 18
55

81%

SaleSale

Sale
Sale
40%

Mar 28

80%

8%

47%
Sale
106
108
99% Sale
Sale
29%
Sale
36%

62
22

84

27%
23%

Sale

18%
26%
65 %
24%
72%
48%

7

100% Mar 12

35%
9ya

98%
26%

8% preferred
100
Universal Match Corp
2.50
Universal Oil Products Co_l

Sale

53%
101%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

4
11
28
28
15
28
25
19
1

Sale

34% Mar ll
Mar 1
9
28% Mar 1

Mar 14
Mar 8
63% Mar 28
36 V* Mar
4
9% Mar 5
31% Mar 29

Sale

23% Mar 15

25% Mar 29

Sale
Sale
47%
108
111%
98
Sale
30
30 V*
32
Sale

31% Mar 4
46% Mar 6
105% Mar 4
96 VA Mar 21
29 % Mar 12
31% Mar 28

Sale
Sale

18% Mar 27

19
7%
33 y8

8%
53%
19%
24
25

36%
23

21%
18%
l'/4
53

Sale
Sale
54 V*
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

35%
26%
99%
29% Sale
42%
Sale
Sale
79%
168% 171
12% Sale
48

43%
9y8
17 y8
25%
53 y8
84
44

166

29%
80%
65%
46%
157%
28

39%
24 V*

6%
8%

39%
30%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
85 %
Sale
Sale
30

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
40

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

37
165
163
13 %
Sale
Sale
29%
39 y4
Sale

60% Mar

26

44% Mar 19
153
Mar
26 % Mar

4
1

38% Mar
23 Ve Mar

4
1

Mar 6
16% Mar 20
38% Mar 25
34

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

26%
24%
25%
9%

Mar 19

12% Mar 20
Mar

1

Mar 19

Mar 25
Mar 21
Mar
1
44
46 V* Mar 12
54% Mar 1

2

Jan 11

19% Mar
24% Jan
53% Jan
17% Mar
25% Mar
58% Jan
20 V* Jan
65 % Feb
44% Jan
133% Feb
5% Mar
9% Mar
10% Jan
16% Feb
42% Mar
55
Mar
14% Jan
46% Jan
20

Jan

4
4
3

2

107% Feb 25

Mar

99% Mar

7%
106%
33 y8
8%
55%
19%
25%
25%
37

Mar
Mar

4
1

2
2
3
6

14
21
2
28

5

Mar 5
Mar 27
Mar 1
Mar 5

Jan
Jan
21% Jan
36
Jan

2
2

21% Jan
19
Jan
17% Jan
iy8 Jan
47 V* Jan

2
2
2
2
2
7

1

1% Mar
53% Mar

4
1
36
Mar 18
28% Mar 25

99% Mar 18
29% Mar 22
42% Mar 28
80% Mar 12
170
Mar 25
13% Mar 1
Mar 29
Mar 26
9% Mar 13
17% Mar 28
27% Mar 5
53% Mar 26
85% Mar 11
44% Mar 20
166% Mar 27
31
Mar 12
83
Mar 26
48

44

69% Mar 5
47% Mar 28
157% Mar 28
29% Mar 12

Mar
14% Mar

13

27
1

25
11

4
4

32% Mar 7
39% Mar 28
18% Mar 11
41
Mar 5
Mar 29

14% Mar 12
28% Mar 27
Mar 1
28% Mar 13
10% Mar 1
48% Mar 25
47% Mar 7
58 % Mar 27
29

2

Mar 29
Mar 5
Mar 5

21% Mar 29
18% Mar 4

35

7
25
2

4
29
Jan 28
8
Jan
2
52 Va Mar 19

23 % Mar

165

7
Mar
99 y2 Jan

18
21

Jan
24% Jan
98% Jan
26
Jan
34

2
7

2
4

3

36% Feb 11
73

Jan

2

4
161% Jan
12% Mar 27
45% Feb 19
4
39% Jan
3
8% Jan
2
15 y8 Jan
4
24% Jan
3
42% Jan
4
81% Jan
40% Jan 2
2
161% Jan
3
29
Jan
2
48 y8 Jan
56
Jan 10
2
43% Jan

150

26%
38 y2
23 y8
6%
7y4
38%

Jan

Jan

Jan
Feb
Jan

Feb
Jan

24

Jan
Feb

30
18

Mar 25

30% Mar 27

1
31

7
83% Jan
75% Jan 25

92

29
14

2

3
2
8
3
4
26

2
17% Jan
15% Mar 15
21% Jan 29
Jan
2
38
3
8% Jan
2
34% Jan
2
100% Jan
3
48 Va Jan

Jan

28 V* Jan 14
4
29% Jan

25
4
18
2
4

2

18
1

8% Jan 31

100

9
55% Jan
6
33% Feb
32% Mar 22

25% Mar 20
Jan 28
59
Jan
3
20
1
28 Va Feb
1
Feb
68
24% Mar 8
72% Mar 6
48% Jan 15
140
Jan 14
7% Jan 24
10% Mar 29
14% Mar 29
Mar 28
20
46% Mar 28
57% Jan 14
20% Feb 20
47% Jan 29

21% Mar 13

110

32% Mar 4
38% Mar 13

28% Mar 20

Jan

2
25% Jan
24 y8 Mar 20
26% Mar 12

8
1
30% Mar 8
38% Mar 11

36% Mar 26
49 Va Mar 22

29% Mar 19
34% Mar 1
163
Mar 19
13% Mar 8

32

Jan
59% Jan
33% Jan
8% Jan
26% Jan
23% Jan
31V* Jan
46% Mar
Feb
105
, 96% Mar
27 Vi Jan
31% Mar

6% Mar 29
7% Mar 22
39
Mar 13

32

58%

82
94

40
Mar
24% Mar
7
Mar
8% Mar
40
Mar

Sale
Sale

47%
47%
57%

Mar

41% Mar 1
9% Mar 29
16% Mar 6
25 V* Mar 29
49% Mar 1
84
Mar 1
42% Mar 4
163% Mar 1
29% Mar 20
74
Mar 1
64
Mar 1

35

10

Mar

98% Mar
28% Mar
38% Mar
75 Va Mar
169% Mar 22
12% Mar 27
46% Mar 1

Sale

12%
28%
24%
26 V*

4

5
106% Mar 1
31
Mar 12
8% Mar 1
52% Mar 19
18% Mar 1
20% Mar 19
24% Mar 12
35l/s Mar 14
22% Mar 6
19% Mar 4
17% Mar 19
1 Va Mar 27
50% Mar 22
35% Mar 1
7

17%
40 V*

Sale

13

17% Mar 18
25% Mar 1

Mar

Sale
85

Sale
Sale

100

U S Smelting Ref St Mng_50
7% preferred
50
U S Steel Corp com
16%
preferred
-100
U S Tobacco Co common—•
7% non-cum preferred.25
U S Vitamin & Pharmactl-l
United Whelan Corp
30c
Universal American Corp_25c
Conv preferred
5
Universal Cyclops Steel
1
Universal Leaf Tob com
•

53
101

35%
9y8

•24%

U S Playing Card
5
IL.fi Plywood Corp com
1
*
3% ^ pfd series A
,
100
U S Rubber Co common
5
8% non-cum 1st pfd—100
U S Shoe Corp
•

Sale

60%

U S Borax St Chem com—_1

10
5

5%
10%
14 y2
18%
45%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

55%
18%
46%

IV*
53%
35%

preferred
U S Pipe <fc Foundry Co

Sale

68%
48 y8
140

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
S3le

4%%

Sale
Sale

24

Sale
Sale
Sale

Machinery—25
preferred
25

1

Sale
Sale

55%
18%
26
62%

25 y4 Feb

33% Feb 13

31
20

55%

3
17% Jan
50% Jan 24
2
29% Jan

29% Jan

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

22% Mar

31% Mar

32

85
81
94
Sale

17%
1%
47%
33%

common

Feb
Feb
Jan 23
Mar 27

Mar 5
Mar 1
24% Mar 13
Mar 4
55

31%
23
25 V*

23%
19%
18%

U S Lines

57%
15%
67%
62%

5
9
18
7

59 V* Jan 18
93
Feb 21

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

50

Jan
Mar 26
Mar 27
2
Jan

18 y8 Mar
44 y4 Jan

2
52 V* Jan
89% Jan 11

20
4
20
12
12

31%

21%

4%% pfd series A

41%
13%
57 V*
47%

2
4
2

55% Mar 28
92% Mar 8

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

92

25%
36%

Securities—1

63% Mar 13
62% Mar 27

16 V* Jan
41 y4 Mar

11

32

50% Mar 20

Sale

U S St Foreign

18% Mar 5
43 Va Mar 29
55 Vb Mar 15
14 y4 Mar 1

Sale
Prices

7
55
Mar 25
31 y8 Mar 7
33% Mar 8
32% Mar 22
26% Mar 1
28 y4 Mar 4
12
Mar 5

Sale

Saie
Sale

U S Freight Co
•
U 8 Gypsum common
4
7
preferred
.100
U S Industries Inc com
1

26%
24 %
26 Va
11

1

93%

21%

preferred

Sale
Sale
Sale
12

Mar

51% Mar 1
29% Mar 21

92

21%
36%

4%%

27

20

54%

1

6%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

•

Shoe

5

13% Mar 26
57% Mar 27
53% Mar 1

92%

Fruit Co
United Gas Corp

United

17% Mar 20
4

41 % Mar
49
Mar

54

5

United Gas Improvemt__4.50
United Greenfield Corp
10
United Merch St Mfgs
1
United Park City Mines
1

Prices

91%

Eng St Foundry
United Financial Corp

10

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Highest

Lowest
Sale
Prices

Sale

11%

United
United

17%

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Highest

12%

106%
32%
8%
55%
18%
22 V*

For footnotes,




17%
42%

Sale
89%

33 V*

88,400
6,900

-PRICES IN MABCHMarch 29
Lowest
Sale
Closing or
Bid
Ask
Prices

Sale
41%

52%
88%

25
10

or
Ask

27%
12%

34%
101%
48%
100
82%
77%
91%
63 Ya

•
•

Bid

11%

10

Union Asbestos St Rubber—5
Union Bag-Camp Paper_6%
Union Carbide Corp
•
Union Electric Co com
10
$4.50 preferred
•
$3.70 preferred
•

Opening

11

20%

Union Pacific RR com

400

25%
28%
28%

1

407,600

2,600

30
32

1

217,600

235,100

17%
51%

20th Century-Fox Film
Twin Industries Corp

Udyllte Corp (The)
1
Underwood Corp
Unilever Ltd Am dep rets ord
Unilever N V ord shs
20g

or
Ask

STOCKS

Si

14%
45 %

68,900
155,400
36,000

370

16%
41%
41%
14%
63%
48%

Tung-Sol Electric Co com—1
5% pfd series of 1957
50

$3.50 preferred
$4.00 preferred
Union Oil of California

2,700
1,190

Bid

March 1

—

2
2
4
25
2
4
28

11

Jan 22

22 % Jan
21% Jan
24
Mar
Mar
43
9% Mar
Feb
38
112% Feb
55% Feb
101% Jan
83% Jan
82
Mar
Jan
95

65% Jan

28
14
28
28
15
1
4
19

30
7
1414

">•

4
36 V* Mar
9% Feb 25

31% Mar 29

25% Jan 30
36% Mar 26
8
53% Jan
112

Jan

18

2
Feb 21
32
40% Jan 10

102% Jan

109% Feb 25
TV* Mar
106% Feb
35
Feb

8% Feb

4
27
14
8

Jan 21
Jan 30
25% Mar 27
28 ya Feb 18
39 V* Jan 29
24
Feb 21
59
20

22% Jan 23
197/a Jan 30
1% Jan
4
55% Feb 21
36
Mar 18
29% Jan 28
99% Feb
5

29% Mar 22
42% Mar 28
81% Jan 14
170
Mar 25
15% Jan 29
48
Mar 29
44

9%
17 y2
27%
53%
85%
47 y8
168

Mar 26
Feb 15
Jan 18

Feb

4

Mar 26
Mar 11

Feb 18
Jan

28

32% Jan 30
88% Feb 19
71 % Feb 20
49% Feb 18
157% Mar 28
29 V* Mar 12
40
Mar 13
27 V* Jan 15
8% Jan 25
9Va Feb 14
40

Jan

4

2
1

33% Feb 18
39
Jan
8

3
8

Mar 20

165
Mar 4
17 Vb Jan 23
42% Jan
8

24% Jan
34% Mar
160 V*
13%
28%
32%
16%
37%

Jan
Mar

Jan
2
Mar 20
Jan 10

39% Mar 28
18% Mar 11
41
Jan 30

28%
12%
26%
24 y2
25%

Jan

Mar 29
35
15 y« Feb 14
4
28% Jan
37 y8 Jan 14
32% Jan 23
11% Feb 12
48% Mar 25
47% Mar 7
58% Mar 27

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
8% Jan
39% Jan
40 y8 Jan
53
Jan

3
20
1
19
25
2

22
4
3

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

April, 1963

New York
Stock Exchange

Aggregate Sales
in
March

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

59,700
1,090

669,900
3,935

270
170
680

520
660

Since

STOCKS

$4.20

9,700
18,200
47,200
410

590

$4.12 preferred
$4.80 preferred
Von's Grocery Co
Vornado Inc
10c
Vulcan Materials Co com—1
6 Vt %
preferred.
100
Wabash RR 414%

28,600

Walgreen Co

62,800
54,700

Walker (Hiram) G & W
*
Wallace & Tiernan Inc—50c
Walworth Co
2.50
Ward Baking Co common—1

Wagner Electric
Waldorf System

204.800

15,700
3,150
132,300
18,900
213,600
18,600

86,200
5,300

38,800
6,400
134,000
10,500
16,000
19,500
2,300
3,200

Western Maryland com
4% non-cum 2nd pfd
Western Pacific RR
Western Union Teleg

50

88,500

234,700
4,200
17,700

300

2,800
48,900

Wheeling Steel common
$5 preferred
Whirlpool Ccrp common

81,500
2,700
3,900
39,400
22,600
72,200
92,000
9,300
8,000
40,100

900

15,800
5,000
19,800
21,600

2,000
4,800
14,300
38,000
16,600

195,100
54,400

260

730

16,400

46,600

35,300
9,000
119,400

99,100

33

367a
4772
3174
3072
3

97a
1027a
95
91
31

Sale

972
Sale
96

9272
Sale
100
101
31% Sale
337a Sale

19
28
29 74

267a
25 74
32
88

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

8874

109% 114
2774 Sale
92

92%

Sale

3574
77

White Dental Mfg (S S)__20
White Motor Co common—1
574% preferred
100

920

9,200
1,100

10
;•

774

5
80

34

78
Sale

417a

Sale

474%

125,700

370

•
40

•
2.50
Westinghouse Air Brake—10
Westinghouse Elec com 6.25
3.80% preferred ser B_100
Wheeling & Lake Erie
100

101,800
7,240

77a
77a

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

2,000
81,300
794,600

40

Sale
Sale

247a
10474

68,200

21,000
2,370

Sale

Sale

400

12,100
307,000
54,900
147,200
274,700 1,051,700
3,100
8,100

25

7
'

conv

preferred

White Sewing Machine
Prior preference
$3 conv preferred

1
20
-_50

White Stores Inc
Wickes Corp
Wilcox Oil Co
Wilson & Co common

5
•

$4.25
preferred
Wilson Jones Co
r

1

•

5

10

Windsor Industries Inc

10c

Winn-Dixie Stores Inc
1
Wisconsin Elec Pwr com
10
6%
preferred
__100

Wisconsin Pub Serv Corp_10
Wltco Chemical Co Inc
5

1027a
674 Sale
21% Sale

101

39

Sale

1874

Sale
Sale
Sale

36
26%
Sale
3874
Sale
87
337»
32
Sale
67a
Sale
277a
Sale
56%
130
129
Sale
4474
Sale
28

67s

.

87s
7%
67

4%
18%
13%
26

8174
217a

86%
Sale
Sale

7

74

4474

67

69
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

267a

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

105
34 74
35
49 74
36

3174
3

147a
974
49

10174

Sale

1974

31
Sale

28

31
29 7a

Sale
Sale

287a
33 y8

Sale
3274
Sale
8874
112
110
Sale
317a
Sale
967a
3674 Sale

113
32 7a

777a

7972

78%

397a
457a
103%

Sale

974
2272

Sale
2372

4172
1672

4272

897a

97

41

Sale

Sale

1674
Sale
Sale
Sale

91
32

9274
33

8

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

132

4474

■

133
44

3274
267s
717a
287a
89 74

247a

Sale

10

Sale

65

10
100
•

Sale
86

29

Sale

8974

9074

3,800
31,700

167,200
2,000
11,900
54,500

64
26%
847»
104%

9%

Sale
107a

; 107a

Sale
Sale

102

5

168,200

560,900

Xerox

1.25

15774

Sale

151%

54,500
2,200

Yale <fc Towne

26%

16,800

154,800
11,300
179,500
78,900

172,000

598,100

50,500

Mfg Co
10
Young (L A) Spg & Wire—5

2574

Youngstown Sheet & Tube.*
Youngstown Steel Door
•

85 74

187a

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Zenith Radio Corp.

557a

Sale

23

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
98

27a
147a
9

y

either split, or since new stock was issued
found in the back issues of the BANK AND

1963 STOCK
Basis of
Name of Issue

American Enka Corp.
Beatrice Foods Co.
Delta Air Lines, Inc.
Financial Federation
Gardner-Denver Co.
General Steel Industries
Hart Schaffner & Marx




Split or
Stock Diyidend

Mar 11
Mar 13
Mar 18
Mar 4
Mar 13
Mar 11
Mar 14
Mar 20
70
Mar 19
6% Mar 8

?

19

Sale

4

267a Mar 27
10774 Mar 5"
367a Mar 5

Mar 15
Mar 28
Mar 4
Mar 6
Mar 6
Mar 1
Mar 18
Mar 22
Mar 11
Mar 1
Mar 29
Mar 12
Mar 19

35
50

2174 Mar
30% Mar
3274 Mar
2974 Mar
287a Mar
34 y2 Mar
8974 Mar
113
Mar
327a Mar

4
7
4
12
8
14

51

12
19
18
103
Mar 4
377a Mar 29
35% Mar 28

4
1
1

Mar
Mar
Mar 18

197a Mar
28

277a
3274
88 74
11072

Mar 4
Mar 1
Mar 12
Mar 6

Mar 21
94% Mar 5
30

3674 Mar

8

Mar

~

267a Mar
56
Mar
132
Mar
43% Mar
30 y8 Mar

"

97

41

1

2374 Mar 15
4274 Mar 29
1674 Mar 7
3572 Mar 4
28% Mar 13
4272 Mar 12
92
Mar 4
327a Mar 26
974 Mar 28
2872 Mar 26
6074 Mar 29
13372 Mar 27
45 74 Mar
1
337a Mar 21

Sale

15072 Mar

297a
2974

Sale
307a

93

207a

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

217a

Sale
Sale

527a

Sale

517a

Sale

51

89

.

.

,

Mar

,

V

12

Mar 29

1647a Mar 14
•

30
31
947a
227a

4
22% Jan
137a Ma r 13
7
1077a Feb

Mar 27

87
23
8

Jan

2574 Mar

273/4
874
8%
727a
6%
207a
15%
29%

2

4

2374 Jan
103
32

33%
477»
31%

307a
3

2
Feb 14
Jan
3
Mar 4
Jan
2
2
Jan
Feb
5
Jan
2

147a Mar 22
9

Mar 11

3974 Feb 28
10174 Mar 29
94% Jan 14
91% Jan 14
2
30% Jan
4
1007a Jan
8
28
Jan
317a Jan 17

187a Jan
28
29

Jan
Jan

2674 Jan
25

Jan

317a Jan
88
110

Jan
Feb

27
Jan
92
Jan
35 y2 Jan

2
3

77

4
4

Jan
337a Jan

27 74
10774
377a
367a
51

7

2
41% Jan
101% Mar 15
2
6% Jan
2
21% Jan
2
39
Jan
14
Mar 29
3474 Mar 25
25% Mar 6

'

,

,

7
Jan
Feb 11
Feb 14
1
Feb
Mar 8
4
Feb

Feb

4

Jan

2

7
Feb
Feb 21
Feb 15
4
Jan
1

Feb

22% Jan 14
3174 Feb 25
33

Jan

17

32% Jan 29
287a Mar 8
37

Jan 28

9074 Jan 30
113
Mar 20
34% Feb 18
977, Jan 24
41
Mar 29
81
Jan 18
43
Jan 24
49% Mar 28
105
Jan 30
107a Feb 27

2374 Mar 15
43

Jan 23

197a Jan 15
3674 Jan
4
297z Jan 24

38

Jan

2

437a Jan 25

87

Jan

2

937a Feb 12
367a Jan 22
974 Mar 28

3074 Mar 22
6% Jan
267a Mar
56
Mar
130

Jan

42% Jan
28
Jan

2
1
6
7
30
2

287a Jan 29
6274 Jan 31
133 % Mar 27
46% Jan

27% Feb 15
717s Mar 25

3
Feb 14
26% Jan 2
Jan
Mar

;-fy 97a Jan

317a Jan 29
9172 Jan 31

7
1

107
12

7

14674 Jan 24
23
Jan
2574 Jan
84% Jan

18

337a Mar 21

24% Jan

Mar 29
Mar 1
Mar 28
Mar 22

wd When

10
18
15

36% Mar 27
32
Mar 11
37. Jan 10
217a Jan 23
127a Jan 23
51
Mar 27
10672 Feb 15
983
Mar 12
4
93
Feb
36 74 Feb 21
103
Mar 4
377a Mar 29
36
Feb 18

2
2
2

2
2
2
3
15

Jan
Feb
Jan

497a Feb 20
557a Jan 25

2
37a Jan
17% Feb 20
127a Mar 20

Jan 25
Mar 29

1647a Jan
30

2
2

Mar 29

3372 Feb
95

51

6

5972 Jan 22

Mar

distributed,
,

.

wi When
..

issued.

.

DIVIDENDS AND/OR SPLITS-UPS
to Trading

Basis of
Name of Issue

Hayes Industries,

Feb 25 wi
Feb" 5 wi

Three-for-two

Mar 12 wi
Jan 18 wi

International Mining Corp.
Kansas City Power & Light
Oklahoma Gas & Electric
Red Owl Stores, Inc.

100% in stock
25% in stock

Feb
5 wi
Jan 29 wi

Sealright-Oswego Falls
Singer Manufacturing

Inc.

7

Feb 18
22% Mar 22

2
2

and range for the new shares since this issue
in connection with a stock dividend. The range and volume for the old shares can be
QUOTATION RECORD, in the month when the issue was removed from trading.

Date When
Admitted

4

18% Jan

547a Mar 14

.

Mar 19 wi

Two-for-one
Four-for-three
50% in stock
Five-for-four

66

85
100

rCash sale,

..

10
11
15
18
17
2474 Feb 18

Jan
Feb
Mar
96
Jan
105% Jan

63

1

6

64% Feb 15
113
93
99

2
19% Jan
674 Mar 6 !'
437a Mar 19
51
Mar 1
2474 Mar 4
2
63/4 Jan
3
7% Jan

29% Mar 15
9074 Mar 22
10272 Mar 13

Mar 1
2974 Mar 11
877t Mar l
2072 Mar 18

31

81

267» Mar 12
717a Mar 25

26

2

Jan 14
Jan 25
Jan
3
1047a Jan
7
21
Jan 16
18% Mar 22
2
1074 Jan
4
104
Jan

4

Mar 18
497a Mar 28
104
Mar 7
97a Mar 1

Jan

91
96
93

41

4

1607a

22

20
28
Mar 29
Mar 29

7972 Mar

1
1
6
1
6

Sale

60

108% Feb 27

9% Mar 28

1

Mar

11%

100

Sale

Mar 29
Mar 22

367a Mar 27
32
Mar 11
37» Mar 1
1774 Mar 12

257a Mar 7
64
Mar 1
2872 Mar 21
89
Mar 7
100
Mar 1
10
Mar 14

Sale
Sale

1

Mar 29
31
Mar 21
287a Mar 8

96%
917a
3174
1017a
31%
337a

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
115
Sale
Sale
Sale

135
44 72

Mar

1478 Mar 28
2774 Mar 29

20

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

.

was

867a
2274
774
46%
54%
263/4
87a
77a

27
13

value.

Ex-dividend,

10574 Mar 11

Mar
1047a Mar
98
Mar
917a Mar
357a Mar

397i
10174

tCorrected volume. ^Companies in receivership, a Deferred delivery sale.
Ex-rights.
•
J The volume of trading and range of sale prices published here, is simply the trading

•No par
x

Corp.

Sale
Sale

6

5
193/4 Mar 8
13 7a Mar 13

6
1
4
20
1
28
6
28

Mar

247i Mar

39
Mar 1
4572 Mar 15
10174 Mar 15
87s Mar 28
23 74 Mar 19
4172 Mar 18
14
Mar 29
3474 Mar 25
257a Mar 6
40 Va Mar 20
907a Mar 18
29
Mar 20

10

V

105

19

4072 Sale
Sale
49%
105
102
9
Sale
237a 24
Sale
4274
Sale
147a
Sale
35
Sale
26%
Sale
427a
9174 93
31
Sale
Sale
97a
Sale
2874
Sale
6074

Woodward Iron Co

610

957a Mar 19

8
19
15
22
1
7

7872 Mar 29

Woolworth (P W) Co
Worthington Corp com
4%% prior preferred
Wrigley (Wm) Jr
Wyandotte Worsted Co

46,900

26

Sale

307a
26

38,100
292,100

6472 Mar 6
11174 Mar 18
91% Mar 8
99
Mar 15

15
4
8

24% Mar 7
1047a
3374
33%
4874
33 y2
307a

957a
927a 93%
Sale
32 7a
1017a 102*%
377a •Bale
35% Sale

19%

2774
5874

Sale
Sale
Sale

19

Sale

Sale
Prices

Mar 27
26

207a Mar
674 Mar
4372 Mar
51
Mar
24% Mar
77a Mar
772 Mar
67
Mar
37a Mar
187b Mar
127a Mar
2574 Mar

Sale
5574

137a
2774

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
1872 Mar
12 7a Mar
104
Mar

81

Sale
Sale

297a
317a
287s

357a
26%
4174

Sale
Sale
Sale

6874

574

Sale
24%
106% 107
3574 36
Sale
34
Sale
4972
33 74 3472
Sale
30%
374 Sale
167s Sale
9% Sale
39% Sale
10372 10472
9674 9772
94
92
32 7s
Sale
Sale
10172
Sale
3172
34% Sale

2772

'

10472 10574

27

29%

2

106
23 7a
Sale
1972
Sale
12% Sale

55 7i
25

1

Bancorporation

105

51

10

14,500

670

1047a 105
Sale
23%
197» Sale
Sale
1274
10472 10672

Sale

Sale

Western

149,900
2,360

94

Sale
Sale

14

244,300

45,400

9672

94

467a

1.25

254,000

400
180

937a
977a
96%

77a
Sale

Sale

118,800
79,600

20
110

92

62%
10872
91%
9772
93 72
10472
2I74

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices

Highest

Prices

Sale
Sale

9772

96
93

Ask

63 74
^109%

678
4672
547s
267a

4

5

917«

Sale
Sale
92%

85%
22 y8

1
*

Waukesha Motor Co

63%
109

Sale
Sale

66

100

Ask

85
20

.100

Wayne Knitting Mills
5
Welbilt Corp
;
1
Welch Scientific Co
_1
West Kentucky Coal Co
4
Wesco Financial Corp
1
West Penn Pwr4%% pfd_100
4.20% pfd series B
100
4.10% pfd series C
100
West Va Pulp & Paper
5
4%% prefrred
.
.100
Western Air Lines Inc
1

610

•

Sale
772
Sale

•
Washington Gas Light
•
Washington Water Power—•

10,600
51,200
35,400
19,400
63,100
2,700

16,600
8,800
4,900
57,300

Sale
Sale
91

95
93
104 >/4 105
Sale
22
19
Sale
10 Va
Sale
104 y4 105

10

Warner Bros Co
Warner Bros Pictures
Warner
Co
Warner Lambert
Pharmaceutical com
$4 conv preferred
Warren (S D) Co

59,800
7,400

or
Ask

92%

*

5%% preferred
Ward Industries Corp

477,160
31,300
34,000
41,100

12,700

pfd.

Corp.

Bid

60%

100
-15

1,680
73,800
29,500

23,800
5,500
7,600
13,600
25,300
43,200
3,300
1,160

Bid

110
SO
94

100
100
100100
100
1

preferred

Opening or

Bid

Virginia Elec & Pwr com__8

1,200
2,870
37,000
111,100
282,400
1,150

300

Opening

March 1

29

STOCKS

-PRICES IN MARCHLowest
March 29
Sale
Closing or

Price Jan. 2,
1903
Par

$5 preferred
$4.04 preferred

—

Split or
Stock Diyidend
50% in stock
Three-for-one
Two-for-one
Two-for-one Two-for-one
50% in stock
Two-for-one

Date When
Admitted
to Trading
Mar 12 wi
Jan 25 wi
Dec 31 1962 wi
Mar 7 wi
Jan 22 wi
Jan 28 wi
Feb 18 wi

30

American Stock Exchange
Monthly and Yearly Record

Stock

■

RANGE OF STOCK AND BOND PRICES FOR MARCH
1963
1962
Bond Sales—

Sstlcs^-—

19,916,020

March (Shares)
Jan. 1 to March 31 (Shares).
NOTICE—Cash

deferred

and

66,309,880

delivery

sales

when selling outside of the regular monthly
sales in computing the range for the year.

American

Aggregate Sales
In
Since
March
Jan. 1

STOCKS

Shares

Shares

6,300
21,500

Stock Exchange
Aberdeen Petroleum cl A
1
Acme Hamilton Mlg Corp.lOc
Acme Missiles &
Construction Corp cl A 25c
Acme Precision Products
1

19,700
106,800

5,000

24,900

22,500

32,900

500

Acme Wire Co
10
Admiral Plastic* Corp
10c
Aero Flow Dynamics Inc
1
Aerojet-Oeneral Corp
1
Aeronca Mfg Corp
1
Aerosol Techniques Inc
10c

11,900

50.100
3,800

95,000

30,300

10,600
12,000
18,000

22,400
121,800
25,800
27,100
23,300

Aid Invest At Discount Inc-1

725

6,800

America Class A
•
Ala Power Co 4.20% pfd_100
Alan Wood Steel Co
10
5% cum preferred
100
Alaska Airlines Inc
1

34,800

1,700
575

9,300

Algemene
Amer

230

90

41,700

275,600

47,000
1,000

108,400
4,100

12,400

47,200

400

800

3,6007

1
Alliance Tire Ae Rub A—£1 Ya
Allied Artists Pictures
1
5 Vi % conv preferred
10
Allied Control Co Inc
50c
Allied Paper Corp
8

138,900

3,900

25,700

70,200

1,950

9,350

39,800

136,900

23,100

128,800

2,500

Alloys Unlimited Inc
Almar Rainwear
Alsco Inc

7,100
132,200

9,700
3,725

1,300
6,400
2,300

21,400
30,000
5,200

Sale
Sale

3ya
3

97/a
IVa

10%
Sale

6%

2%
Sale
Sale
Sale

20,300
1,900
60,700
30,900
6,000

83,100
4,600
376,400
75,600
76,600
19,400

3,100
2,900

6,600
13,200

4%

12%
62%
3%

Sale
90 Va
Sale
64 y2
Sale
Sale

88 Va

9%
2%
53

3%
11

4%
16
92

or
Ask

March 29
Closing or
Bid
Ask

the only transactions of the month, and
they occur. No account is taken of such

are

which

RANGE
Lowest
Sale
Prices

Highest

Sale
Prices

Sale
Prices

SINCE JAN. 1

Highest
Sale

Prices

5
4

274 Mar
17a Mar

8
1

274 Jan

37a
Sale

3

Mar

37a Mar
4% Mar

3

Mar

1
4

5

3

7

27a Jan 15

9%

10%
Sale

97/a Mar 6
47a Mar 18

10 Ya Mar
7
Mar
274 Mar
567a Mar
378 Mar
1274 Mar
4% Mar

8

57a
2%

4
15
27
4
13
28

9% Feb 19
47a Mar 18

15 Ya Mar 22
91 Ya Mar 20
13% Mar l
62 Ya Mar 15
47a Mar 29

16% Mar

8

62 7a Mar

62% Mar 25
5% Mar 22
2% Mar 1
8% Mar 4

2%
1%

Sale

3y«

3%
io y8
Sale

4%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Lowest

2 Ya Mar
1 Va Mar

Sale

2%

$6,281,000
17,183,000

56

37a
117a
4%

2%
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

117a
4%

2%
52j/4
37a
1074
47a

Mar 1
Mar 1
Mar 7
Mar 4
Mar 18

Sale

15%
92 ya

137a
67%
4ya

93 y2
Sale
69 Va
Sale

62%
474

Sale
5

61 y2

57a

63 y2
Sale

274

Sale

2 7a

Sale

77a

Sale

77»

Sale

474 Mar 14
2
Mar 11
7
Mar 25

57a
8y4

Sale
9

6

Sale

5% Mar 12

6

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

97a
Sale
9 y2
Sale
Sale

9

3 Ya
9
9

9%
27a
97a
872

9%
3y4
9%
9%

13%
67
4ya

Sale
Sale
Sale
68
Sale

93

Mar 6
147a Mar 11
68
Mar 21
47a Mar 20

4#

27a
45%
37a
1074

4%

3

Jan

2

Mar

1

Feb 27
Jan 16
Mar 7
Jan
8
Jan
9

274 Mar 8
17a Jan 10
4
4% Jan
474 Mar
7
11% Jan 14
7% Jan 4
374 Jan 17

57% Feb 20
474 Jan 25
1274 Mar 13
4% Feb 18

157s Mar 22
897a Jan
8
l274Jan 3
6274 Mar 15
374 Jan
8

2
17% Jan
93% Feb 26

56

64% Feb 11
5% Jan 14
3
Jan 14

15

Feb

14

69% Feb 28
5% Feb

14

Amer Petroflna

.

47a

27a
7%
5%
7%
3 7a

9%
77a

12%
17a

84%
5%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
774
Sale
11

77a
Sale
Sale
674
174

85
574

1174
874
574

47a

Sale

46%

Sale

5

Sale

8

88

574
17a

Sale

Sale

6 7a

Sale

Sale

5%
47

8774

Sale
Sale
Sale

67a
4%
47a

Sale
Sale
Sale

4774

57a

4674

Sale

474
77a

Sale
Sale

37a

272
3%
2%

574

474
87a

Sale
Sale

3%
2y4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

2%- 2%
2% Sale

2%
2%

3
Sale

36
4%
5

37
Sale
Sale

41%
6%
4y4

Sale

12%
4Va
11 Va
12%

Sale
4%

11%
Sale

13%
4%
12%
13%

Sale
14

3%

Sale

3%
10%
23%

Sale
Sale
24%

5%
3%
iy4

10%
774

Sale

3

5

«—.

874

Mar

1

5

27a Mar 15
9
Mar 1
8 7a Mar 20

107s Mar 20
77a Mar 25
5% Mar 18
1 Ya Mar
6

87
Mar 28
57a Mar 1
37a Mar 19
4y4 Mar 28
4474 Mar 18

Mar
1
Mar 26
Mar 4
Mar 27
Mar 4

11% Mar
8% Mar

4
8

5% Mar 26
2

2

Mar 25
7
5% Jan
3
7% Jan 11

2% Mar 15
9

Mar

1

7% Jan 23
10% Mar 20
2
7% Jan
5% Mar 18
iy4 Mar 6

Mar

1

88% Mar

5

84% Jan

6% Mar

1

5y4 Jan

5

Mar

1

5y4 Mar

1
5

47

Mar

Sale
Sale

Mar 18
77a Mar 29
3
Mar 18
2 7a Mar 1

4% Mar 1
8% Mar 1
3% Mar 22
2% Mar 15

Sale

2% Mar 11

3% Mar 29

4

Jan

2
4% Jan
2
Mar 11

4

8
3% Jan 16
4y4 Mar 28
44 Ya Mar 18

9% Jan 11
6Va
9%
3%
9%
9%

Jan 30
Mar 26
Jan 28

Jan 21
Feb 27
4
14% Feb
10
Jan 24
6% Jan 31
2% Jan 23

89

Feb 28

6% Feb 18
BYa Jan 30
ey8Jan
8
52
Jan 15

5% Jan
4
3
Mar 18

5% Jan
9
9Va Jan 17
3% Jan 4

1% Jan

2

2% Feb 25

2% Jan 22
2
2% Jan

3y4 Mar 29
3% Jan 14

4

Mar 18

Mills

Ltd American shares
fl
American MARC Inc
50e
American Mfg Co
12.50
Inc cl A

1

Amer
Amer

Realty & Petroleum_l0c
Seal-Rap Corp com 2
American Thread 5% pfd—5
Anchor Post Products Inc
Andrea Radio Corp

2

1

Anglo-Lautaro Nitrate Corp
"A"
shares
2.40
Angostura-Wupperman
1

122,100
10,100

17%

5 74

—

American Israeli Paper

20,400
3,000
1,200

4.
3

1
1

Corp

Industries
1
American Beverage Corp
1
American Book Co
20
American Book-Stratford
Press Inc
1
Amer Business Systems
•
American Electronics Inc—1
Amer Inter
Aluminum
25c

13,900

Bid

2y4
i%

77a

Ameo

33,100
53,300
91,200

Opening

2%

2%

they

5,682,000
17,818,000

-PRICES IN MARCH-

Sale

46 Va

the month's range unless
footnote in the month in

March I

II

10c

Aluminum Co of America—
$3.75 preferred
100
Ambassador Oil Corp
1

26,400

a

2 ya

56

10c
1

Allegheny Airlines Inc

19,300

24,80#

Englneer'g Co

All-State Properties Inc
Alleghany Corp warrant*

132,400

37,800

in

1962

Kunstzijde Unie—

dep rets Amer ah*

All Amer

21,600

6,000

29,300

Price Jan. 2,
1963
Opening or
Bid
Ask

3%
10y4
4 Ya

March
Jan. 1 to March 31

disregarded In

range are shown

Airport Parking Corp of

3,900
1,150
36,400
/ 1,741

2,300

Par

are

31,236,051
88,965,394

1963

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Ansul Chemical Co
Anthony Pools Inc---

1
.1

24%

5,700

2,900
17,800

2%

Sale
25%
3

3y8

Sale

10,100

29,900

Apollo Industries Inc—_—5

7%

Sale

7%

Sale

1,390

97
11%
28%

Sale

98 Ya
9%
31%

Sale

41,000
137,200

3,820
163,100
307,700

Sale
Sale

300

725

5,200
1,900
94,500
4,600

23,000
6,700
318,900
22,200

700
5,200
9,900

1,000

12

Sale
41
42
Sale
6y«
5y8; Sale
14 y8
Sale
Sale
4%
13
Sale

13%

13%

378
107a
20y2
3%

Sale
Sale

2% Mar
41 Va Mar

1
1
57b Mar 26
3% Mar 1
13 y8 Mar 15
4% Mar 11
12 Va Mar 12
13% Mar 6

Sale
Sale

3ys Mar 15
10
Mar 8
20% Mar 22
3ys Mar 1
7% Mar 11

98 74

Sale

98

77a
31%

Sale
Sale

9

21%

3
42

Mar

1
Mar 20

6% Mar 1
5y8 Mar 12
14 ya Mar 7
4% Mar 15
13
Mar 29
14
Mar 5
3% Mar 1
10% Mar 20
23 y4 Mar 8
3% Mar 27

9y4 Mar 29

36

4y4
37s
12%
4%

Jan
Jan
Mar
Jan
Jan

4
2
1

2
3

11% Jan 10
12% Jan 2
3

3
Mar 8
Mar 22

Jan

10
20%
2%
7%

Jan

4

Ma

11

42

Mar 20

7% Feb
1
5% Feb
4
14% Mar 7
4% Mar 15
13
Feb 21
16% Jan 17

37a Jan 28
12
26

Jan

2
10

3% Feb
0% Jan

7

Jan

1

Appalachian Power—
4Mt%

2,400

Arkansas Power At Light—
4.72%
preferred
100
Armour At Co warrant*-....
Arrow Electronics Inc
1
Asamera Oil Corp Ltd—40e

Associated Baby

J

15,100
17,900

550,700
43,700
45,900
32,400
10,400
15,300

4,500
24,100

202,500

27,400
33,000

82,500
196,700

58,300
34,900

122,000
101,300

13,800

71,300

51,700
5,400
1,300

106,400

600

16,500

5,100
43,100

8,800
1.100

17,000
5,000

62.600
9,300

181,700

24,100
12,900
12,200
52,300
23,900
For

30,300
9,500

28,000

68,100

42,300
34,700
87,300
44,300




see

Services--*

99
25
2

Sale
Sale

102%
26%
2%

103
104%
26 Ya
Sale
2
2%
1
Sale

102% 103 74
25 y2
2

Sale
2y8

%
3%

Sale
3%

5

Sale

411

27.

3
Sale
Sale

3

Sale

3

1%
572

Sale
Sale

17a

Sale

57a

Sale
Sale

4%

Sale

H
4

Mar 14
7% Mar 19
31 Ya Mar 1

102 Ya Mar 27
24 Va Mar 21
2

Mar

7

li Mar 29

Sale

Mar

8

6ft

47a Mar

Sale

274 Mar
17a Mar
5y4 Mar
57a Mar
65/8 Mar
274 Mar

6
26

Sale

4

99

Mar 18

9% Mar 4
34% Mar 13

102% Mar 28
26% Mar 27
2 Ya Mar 4
iy8 Mar 18
4V4 Mar 1

96% Jan

3
7% Mar 19
28% Jan
2

101

100% Jan 10
24% Mar 21

103

17a Feb 11
11 Jan
2

3% Jan

3

Jan 30

13 y8 Jan
4
34% Mar 13

30

Feb 12
Jan

25

3
2% Jan
1% Feb 11
47a Feb 6

Eleo Industries—

Amer dep rets reg

£1

Associated Food Stores—..1
Assoc Laundries of Amer—1
Associated Oil At Gas Co—le
Assoc Testing Labator's.lOc
Astrex Inc
33Vic
Atco Chem-Indus Prod
10c
Atico Financial Corp
1
Atlantic Coast Lin* Co—
Atlantic Research Corp—.1
Atlas Consol Mining At

Development Corp-10 pesos
Atlas Corp warrants
Atlas General Industries
1
Atlas Sewing Centers Inc—1
Audio Devices Inc
.10c
Aurora Plastics Corp
....1
Automatic Radio Mfg Co
1
Automatic Steel Products
1
Non-vot non-cum pfd—.1
Avien Inc
10c
Avis Industrial Corp
5

Ayshlre Collieries Corp

ialley

footnotes,

50c

Arkansas Louisiana Oas_2.50

Associated

153,600
18,300
25,300
9,700

100

preferred

Argus Inc

3

174
47a

13%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

67a
7a

Sale
it

13%

Sale

16

A
n%

%
Sale
137a

A
127a
16 y8

7%
7
274
9

56 Va

13%
47a
474

5%

Sale
Sale
6

IVa
2%
8
62

13%
77/s
it

5%

Sale
Sale

57b
574
574
674
2 74
8

Sale
Sale

6174
137a

Sale
Sale

77/s

Sale

»

Sale
Sale

16%

Sale
Sale

11
19 Ya
474
57a

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

5

Sale

5%

5%
Sale
Sale
Sale

6%
274
157b

Sale

42

6%

4
12

Sale
12%

43

Sale

3
15 Ya
44 y4

Sale
874

8%
9%

Sale
Sale
Sale

874
1274

Sale

Sale
Sale
2%
87s
62 ya
Sale

Sale

8

Mar

4

3% Mar 1
27a Mar 28

28

6

14

67a Mar 22

7
13
1

587a Mar 20
137a Mar 5

77a Mar 20
7a Mar 15
1574 Mar
% Mar

5ft Mar 27

6
4

107a Mar 22
167a Mar 1
4% Mar 15

8

Mar 11
Mar 18

274 Mar 21
87a Mar 11
63
Mar 4
14% Mar 22

8% Mar 14
1
Mar 22
177a Mar 21
% Mar 21
127a Mar 1
19% Mar 26

57b

5

Mar 11

Mar 1
5ya Mar ll

67b

67s Mar 1
2ya Mar 25

67b Mar 7
3% Mar 18

Sale
Sale
43

14

5

Mar 19
40% Mar 8

16% Mar 13
4474 Mar 1

8ft Mar 1

97b Mar 18
117a Mar 22

4% Jan 21
274 Jan 21
17a Mar 4
47, Jan
3
57s Mar 14
67a Jan 31
274 Mar 13
7% Feb
4
55% Jan
2
10 7b Jan 21

Jan' 2
7a Feb 11

6%

6

Mar 11

8% Jan 10
8

Mar 18

3
9

Jan
Jan

64

Feb

4

2

14
14% Feb 18

874 Jan 14
17b Jan 11

2

17 y2 Feb 21

74 Feb 27
107a Mar 22

74 Jan 18
147a Jan 24
197a Mar 26

13

Jan

5 A Mar 27
3y4 Feb 13
2% Mar 28

13% Jan
3
4% Mar 15
4% Jan 22
57/b Jan 10
2% Mar 25
11% Jan
8
40% Mar 8

574 Jan
57s Feb
7
Feb
47a Jan
17% Feb
4574 Jan

9

11
13
8

14
22

At Selburn Oil At Gas

Class
A
Baker Industries

Baldwin-Montrose
Common
Conv preferred
Baldwin Securities
Banff

1
I
Chemical

oil Ltd
Banner Industries Inc

pace 06.

50c
•
lc
SOe
lOe

8A
8

5

10%
3%_

IP Sale
4

Sale

37a
it
3%

Sale
10

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

81*
1074

874
14

37a

1ft
3%

Sale
107a

Sale
Sale
47a
Sale
Sale

9% Mar

4

5

8
8
5
1
4

Mar

12% Mar
374 Mar
7b Mar
3% Mar

8% Mar 1
147b Mar 29
47s Mar 22
17s Mar 28
47b Mar 15

8ft Mar

1

8

Jan

7

5

Jan

2
7

10% Jan

37b Jan
2
it Jan
3
3% Feb 13

07b Jan 29
11% Mar 22

8%
14%
47b
1%
47b

Mar

1
Mar 29
Mar 22
Mar 28
Jan
2

April, 1963

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

Aggregate Sales
in
March

American
Stock Exchange

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

81,000
47,200
35,500

10,600
9,500

156,300
5,900
5,800
4,800

6,200
42,400
6,900

19,800
5,900
5,100
750

26,100
30,000
73,400
214,000
20,500
17,500
16,200
221,700
115,800
37,000
61,000
12,600
14,200
3,750

Opening
Par
50c

Construction

BarChris

Bargain Town USA Inc—10c
Barnes Engineering Co
1
Barry Wright Corp
1
Barton's Candy Corp
1
Baruch-Foster Corp
50c
Bayview Oil Corp
25c
Bearings Inc
•
Beck (A S) Shoe Corp eoxn.1
Bell Electronic Corp
•
Bell Telephone of Canada.25
Belock Instrument Corp
50c

Bickford's Inc

1

26

Corporation .....4

4

14,100

uohack (H C)

120

670
65,800
7,100
66,000
12,100
14,000
690,100

7,800
44,600
1,100
15,100
6,000

5Ya%

Co common.'

prior preferred—10o

Borne Chemical Co Inc

1.50

Bourjois Inc
Howling Corp of Amer

10c

Brad Foote Gear Works

20c

1

Brandywine Raceway

1

Brazilian Tr Lt St Pwr ord—•

58,900

Breeze

11,700
37,700

British

-----1
1

Corp
Brillo Mfg Co
American

Oil Co—*

British Amer Tob Ltd—
Am dep rets ord bear
10s
Am dep rets ord reg
10s

172,400

British Columbia Power
*
British Petroleum Co Ltd—

462,300
20,800

American dep rets reg
£1
Brooks Instrument Co—25c
Brown
Company
X
Brown Forman Distillers—

242,900

•

5,400
38,500
18,800

4

2%

—

27,000

109,300

Sale
Sale

8

8,200

1,900
55,500

11

10%
it
1%
14%
8%
27s
49%

1

Berkshire Frocks Inc
Bethlehem Corp (The)

tslauner's
3
Bloomfield Bldg Ind cl A_10c
Bloomfield Industries Inc—1
Blossman Hydratane Oas
1

1,400
8,200

Sale
7

1

Inc

Birdsboro

5,100
6,000

A
6%
19%

Berkey

61,800
87,300
1,600

276,900
13,500

Bid

8%
6%

47,700

4,800
4,100

Bid

1

20,800
15,300
23,900
1,600
4,400

21,400
1,300
12,700

Opening or

or
Ask

Benrus Watch Co Inc

Photo

March 1

1963

STOCKS

Shares

22,700
17,600
8,200
10,700

Price Jan. 2,

,

1%
7%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

6%
12%
1%

1
1
16

Sale

7%
2%
497s

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
2%
Sale

47B
8 Ya
8y8
774
2y8
247a

Sale
1%
Sale

33A

3%

— —

7

Ik
7%
18%
10%
9%

Sale

-

2oys
81%

1

77a

22%

30c
30c

22 Ya

4%

preferred

10

7%

2,400
102,400

278
4 Ya

4,000

58,800
6,100

13%
15%

10,100

10 Ya

35,200

102,600

8%
y8

12,900
63,800

37,400
189,700

Burroughs (J P) St Son Inc_l
Butler's Shoe Corp
1

11,600
42,100

41,200
124,300

550

1,150

$3.00

20%
23%
63%

400

*
1
50

900

$2.50

52

2,050

2,800

50
50

38,100

106,200

~900

2/700
450600
1.025

30,700

92,700

16,200
22,900

53,900
80,500

9,000
97,000

47,300
431,300

14,100
1,600

68,400
6,400

2,200
6,700
22,800
26,300
700
5,800

7,100

4,400

7,400
7,300
13,000
19,800

preferred
preferred—.

1

1

3% Mar

6

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

24% Mar

Sale
17s

97a
97s

29
1
12
8
Mar 20
6% Mar 25
7
Mar, 7
27s Mar 4

77s

1
Mar 1
7 3/a Mar 8
97a Mar 29
6% Mar 15

217s Mar 29

37s
974
247a
277s

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

84
Mar 1
53/a Mar 26
143/s Mar 27
13/4 Mar 18
1% Mar 19
177a Mar 1
37s Mar 18
9
Mar 28
22% Mar 4
27% Mar 7

911
97/s
18%

10 A
Sale
Sale

9% Mar 13
1874 Mar 1

611
23/4

Sale

85

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

lOA
93/4
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

12

Sale

11

267s
Sale
Sale

257s
243/4
73/4

Sale
Sale

23

Sale

107s

Sale

Mar 21
73/4 Mar 6
9% Mar 25

5
Sale

47s

574 Mar 12

Sale
Sale

18
10%
5%
11

Yb

4 Ya

4

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
4y8-«

2%
77s
163/4

Sale

207*
Sale

22

653/4

57%

65
53
58

Sale
Sale
667a
53 y2

11 Ya

Sale

10

3%
4%

Sale

Sale

6

14%
13%

l'/s
19

4

Sale
Sale

27s

674 Mar 5
2 3/4 Mar 19

Sale

Mar 25

247a Mar 20

Sale*,
Sale

57s Mar

157s

Sale
19%

14% Mar
177a Mar

10%

8

7
7
10 Ya Mar 26
4% Mar 25

5

Sale

IS Mar 4
7% Mar 25
18 Ya Mar 1
10%
9%
1%
1%
17
8
3

511/4
4%
8%
87%
8%
2Ya
26

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

8
1
5

14
19
7
1
27
1
1
4
21
15
19

4% Mar 18
1% Mar 5
8VA Mar 12
10
Mar 25
7 Ya Mar 4

22% Mar 18
867a Mar 4
6y2 Mar 28
1578 Mar 14
2
Mar 1

11

Mar

1

7s

Sale

33/4
27s
7

Sale

Ya Mar 1
3% Mar 21

Sale

2

7

7t>j Mar 27
3 Yb Mar
12% Mar

1
7

25%
24%
7%
10 y8
51/4

Mar 7
Mar 19
Mar 1
Mar 7
Mar 12
6% Mar 22

52 Yb
59

Jan
2
81% Jan 2
5% Mar 26
13
Jan
1 Ya Jan

3
2
2

Jan

2
Jan
2
Jan
Jan 14
Jan
2
Jan
8

42,700
20,100
13,650

93,600
58,800
3,850
19,200
19,500

22,700
10,600
14,500
45,000
113,100

480
50

1,360

7,800

26,800

1,850

6,225
2,520

2,300

9%
9%
9 Ya
2%
28%

10
10
28
18
17
28
7
16

4% Mar 18
1% Jan 28

8%
10

Jan 28
Mar 25

8

Jan 29

24 Ya Jan 22
90
Jan 25
3
7Ya Jan
16
Jan 30
2
Jan 24
2% Mar 1
20
Jan 14
5
4y8 Feb
10% Jan 23
25% Mar 11
28% Jan 16

9% Jan 28
10
Mar 7
21% Jan 24
28

3Va Jan

4
19

2

13

22%
22 Ya
7%
9%
3%

3
3
7

26% Feb
4
25% Feb 5
7% Jan 25
11% Feb 12
5% Feb
8

Jan
Jan
Jan

Jan 24
Jan 16

4% Jan

Feb

10% Mar 1
5% Mar 5
12% Mar 12

10 y8 Jan

A Mar

4

Mar

4

4

53

Mar

Sale

Sale

Mar 28
Mar 13
Mar 29

66y4 Mar

52
54

60y4 Mar

Class A

117s

Sale

10

Mar

Mines

Ltd

Campbell Machine Inc.

-1

Canada Bread Co Ltd.
Canada Cement Co Ltd
*
1.30 preferred
20
Canada Sou Petroleum vtc_l
Canadn Dredge St

Dock Co.*

Canadian Export Gas Se
Oil Ltd
I6%c
Homestead Oils
10c
Canadian Husky Oil Ltd
1

Can

5

26%
24

4-At
7Ya

37s
5%

4%

Sale
Sale

37s
57s

Sale
Sale

8

Sale

674

8

17s

Sale

1

2.50
*

8%
8%

1

37s

Canadian Petrofina pfd
10
Canadianwlde Props Ltd—1
Can Williston Minerals
6c

974
57s
A
14%
6%

11

374

Sale
Sale
%
Sale

Canadian Marconi Co

Canal-Randolph Corp —1
Canaveral Internat'l
50c
Capital Cities Broadcast—1
Capital City Products
1
carey Baxter St Kennedy—1
.5.50

Carnation Co

Carolina Pwr St Lt $5 pfd-*
Carreras Ltd—
Amer dep rets

674

17
17%
4

1

57s

81#
9%
47s
10 Ya
57s
A
14%
57s
1874

Sale
Sale
Sale
4y2

17

574
86 Ya

Sale

1

3.50% preferred
100
Cent Pwr St Lt 4% pfd—100
Central Securities Oorp—1

72

73

8474
1774

8674

Central Hadley Corp

7

Sale
7%

26
37a
67/s

Sale

1

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

%
511

Mar

1

21

4% Mar 25
8% Jan

3

% Jan
2
3% Mar 21
2

Mar 25

67a Mar 21
16% Feb 21
18% Feb 12

19Feb 18
10% Feb
4
6y4Jan 14
12% Mar 12

■ft Jan

2

4% Jan 11
2% Jan 28
9% Jan 17
19 Yb Jan 28

22% Feb

4

8

63% Jan

8

22% Feb 28
257s Mar 15
66% Feb 13

5

5

52
54

Jan
9
Mar 29

53
Jan 24
60 Ya Mar 5

1

11% Mar 18

10

Mar

1

12% Jan 15

37a Mar 15
4% Mar 20

4% Mar 13
5% Mar 11

2

4% Mar 13
5% Jan 31

24% Mar
65

10%

Sale
7s
1474
Sale
Sale
18
Sale

83%
10

4'/s
74
1674
57a
217»
1774

Sale

6%
89

109%

Sale
Sale

74

li

Sale
Sale
Sale

74%

75 Ya

743%

Ifale

87%
19 Ya

n
574

Sale
7%

«
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

4
10

74
5%
137s
374

53/4

_

347a
27%

11
4ya
13%
37s

7s

107s
Sale
7s
Sale

Sale
Sale
173/4

-

_

33

1

25% Mar 15

1

:

4

33

Mar

4

27 y4 Jan

3

3% Mar

_

8

~3%

Mar

4

~3 Ya

Mar

8

4% Jan

Feb

7

8% Jan

275

Conv
Conv

pref $1.40 series B_*
pref $1.50 series
•

28
34

-

V-

HI

7

—

H Mar 1
11
5A
8%
9%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
3% Mar
107a Mar

47s
74
14%
5%
1874

15
1

27
19
28
28

Mar 6
Mar ll
Mar 25
Mar 1
Mar 1

l^Mar 7

1
Mar
6 fg Mar

1

U

9 A Mar 8
10% Mar 27
4% Mar 1
10% Mar 13

57s
A
16 Ya
6%
217s

Mar
Mar

18

Mar 25
7
Mar 29

1
7
Mar 29
Mar 14
Mar 28

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
147s
Sale
Sale

ii Mar 25
Mar 26
13 7s Mar 1
3% Mar 27
7s Mar 15

11
57s
14%
474
3%

Sale
Sale

733/4 Mar 13
86

743% Mar 29
87 Ya Mar 29
1974 Mar 28
30% Mar 4
37% Mar 29
9
Mar 1

Sale
28 Ya
3574

29%

30

30

37

37%

4%

38%
Sale
Sale
67s

67a

47s
67s

13%
ll7/s
2374

1A
Sale
23%

274
674

Sale
Sale
Sale

18%

4%

700

Century Electric Co
10
Century Geophysical Corp_l

2,800

Chamberlin Co of Amer_2.50

5

7%
Sale
574

Charter Oil Co Ltd.

1

Sale

l^r

10%
2274

Sale
2374

113/4
2374

Sale
Sale
23%

1

174

27s

Sale

1
10c
lc

5ys

Sale
Sale

6

Sale

Sale

17 y8
15

27,000
5,500
2,000

110,100

49,600
15,600

229,300

40,000
4,500
65,600

Cherry-Burrell Corp—5
Chicago Rivet St Machine-.2
Chief Consol Mining Co
Christiana Oil Corp

186,000

500,300

Chromalloy Corp

193,300

665,900
48,500

Cinerama Inc
Circuit Foil Corp

75,800
22,500

1

Development Ltd

C K P

Clark

Cable

For footnotes, see page 96

Corp

25e
•
10c

7

12%
14
19%
13%
5%

Sale
Sale
Sale
574

9
6

1974
1274
5y2

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

57s

87a
474

217s
15%
193/4
1174
57s

Sale
3074
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

33

Mar

4

_

16% Mar 20
53/4 Mar 1
83
Mar 12
107 Ya Mar 14

Sale

3% Jan
4% Feb

Mar

1A

10874 109 y2

88
Sale
107 Ya 109

11
57»
107s
3 Ya
n

B ord_

Carter (J W) Co common—1
Castle (A M) St Co
10
Catalin Corp of America—1

5

337s

277a

3%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Canadian Indus Gas
Canadian Javelin Ltd

8
33

5
32
26

26%
26%

7,600
31,800




51%
4%

7
21
2
19
14

15% Feb 13

53

12,500

10,600
30,600
13,900

8%
3%

Jan
Feb
Jan
Mar
Jan
Jan
Jan
Feb
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan

10% Jan

4

6% Mar
89

109% Mar 29

Mar

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

8
6
8
1
6

I? Feb 27
% Feb
1
57s Feb 28
8y8 Mar 27
8% Jan
2
3% Jan
3
9% Jan
2
4% Feb 14
7» Feb
6
14 Ya Mar 25
5% Feb 28
16% Jan 2
16% Mar 20
4% Jan
4
83
Mar 12

10774 Jan

7

Mar 19
18
Mar 7
29% Mar 4
3674 Mar 21

8% Mar 29
1

47s Mar

5% Mar 7

6

6% Mar 26

Mar 14

If* Mar 1

11% Mar
2374 Mar
2

Mar

57s Mar
167s Mar

14% Mar

1% Mar 25

Jan 30
Jan

8

11 Feb

5

4

24% Mar 18

1
10% Feb
22% Jan 22

1
6

27s Mar 4
674 Mar 28
217s Mar 26

iy8 Jan
5% Jan
12 Yb Jan

17% Mar 26
207» Mar 12
12% Mar 1
674 Mar 18

13%
19%
ioy4
4%

1

19

Sale

Mar 1
1074 Mar 19

Sale

4% Mar 12

Jan 22
Jan 22
Mar 28

19

Jan

Jan

4
2
8

Jan
Jan

3
3
Mar 19
Mar 12

4

10

6% Mar 7
95
Jan 10
110
Jan 24

% Feb 11
6

Jan

11

14% Mar 8
4% Mar 1
1
Jan 25

30% Feb
39% Feb
9
Feb

12

1

4% Jan 29
7
Feb
Jan 18

28
Jan
34 y4 Jan
7% Jan

4
5

8

10%
6%
A
16%
7%
21%

87 Ya Jan

1

Mar 12

6% Jan

4
10% Feb
10% Jan 23

4
72% Jan
85% Jan 17
17% Jan 2

4
8
3

2
11

1% Jan
2
lft Feb 27

H Mar 25
4
Mar 26
10 Ya Jan
2
3% Jan
3
% Feb 25

Cent Maine Power Co—

150

-10%
iy4
iy8
17

13% Jan 18
16% Jan 10

52 74
54

Mar 19

3

15% Mar 29
19% Mar 14

22

Mar 25

6% Jan 2
2% Mar 19

Jan

23% Jan 24
12 Ya Jan 11

8y8 Jan 21

20

647a

Jan
2
Mar 29
Jan 20

8

3

Sale
Sale
657a

253/4

7%
9%
6%
20 y8

8% Jan
8
18 V* Feb 26

Mar

2% Mar 4
7% Mar 4
17% Mar 11

203/4

3% Jan 21
% Feb 27

10

18% Mar 25

Sale

24%

22
14
3
1
2
28
29
12
2
20
2
7
11
1

1%
16%
2%
8%
20%
27%

67s Mar 21
16% Mar 1

177s

Mar
Mar
Jan
Feb
Jan
Mar
Mar
Feb
4
Jan
Mar
8
6% Jan
Mar
7
2y8 Feb
24% Mar

9%
8%
%
%
14%
6%
2%
49 y8

u Feb 13

2

1
Mar 29
4y8 Mar 5
9% Mar 11
25 y4 Mar 11
27% Mar 1

2y4 Mar

19

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

% Jan

3
6% Jan
15% Mar 29

8% Jan 11

67s

19
1074
474
ll7/s

Prices

Campbell Chlbougamau

126,800
11,000

4,400

preferred

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
8 74
Sale
26

Sale

Prices

Cameo-Parkway Records Inc

40,700
3,200

86~700

California Electric Power

27a
257s

217s

.1

Calgary St Edmonton Ltd

8 7s

47s

10c

B V D Co Inc

6%

4

13
28

14%

2%
Sale

1

2%
8%
16%

5y8

517s
47a
874
77s

Sale

Sale

10,800

159,000
15,300
28,900

3,200

12,400

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

1

157a
67s
2%
49%
47s

4
53/4

Sale
Sale
Sale

39,200

6% serial preferred
10
Buell Industries Inc
1
Bunker Hill (The) Co
2.50
Burma Mines Ltd—
Amer dep rets ord
3s 6d
Burnell St Company Inc
25c

17,700

27s

17s
167/s

97s

Sale
18%

3,000
1,600

Budget Finance Flan com 50c
60c conv preferred
9

15,700

1
1

22
14

25 Ya
24%
77s

4y2

100

Mar
Mar

"l

29

3
113%

Sale
3%

cum

4

Sale
Sale

12

■6if

Sale

97s

127,900

Sale

63/4 Mar
157s Mar
97a Mar
83/4 Mar

9%
18 Ya

23%
Sale

Bruce (E L) Co Inc
1
Bruck Mills Ltd class B
•
BSF Company
66%c

25,400

8
2 74

11
1%
1678
6 3/4

Sale
Sale

2

Sale

common

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Prices

911

Sale
Sale

common

Sale

77s
157s
93/4

Highest

Lowest

Sale

2%.
18%
33/4
9y2
223/4
273/4

9
9
Sale

Class A
Class B

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Highest

Mar 20

..

7

13%

6A
3
10 Ya

Sale
Sale
Sale

PRICES IN MARCHMarch 29
Lowest
Sale
Closing or
Bid
Ask
Prices

22
84
6%
147s

Sale

811
8II
18 Ya

7%
Sale

__

7%
Sale
Sale

16%
2%
8%
20%
27%

Sale

'

'

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

2

Ask

31

75% Feb 19

19% Feb

29
8
7
5

18
7
6% Mar 26

5% Mar

1% Mar 25
13% Jan 9
24% Mar 28
Feb 20
3
6% Jan 29
21% Mar 26
17% Mar 26
24% Jan 28

13% Jan

8

6% Jan

7

32-

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

Aggref ate Sales
In
March

Shares

American
Stock Exchange

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

5,300
7,600
2,050'

29,100
32,000
5,600

500
4,600
700

7,200

16,900
3,700
27,100
2,420

27,100
$420
21,600
34,300
16,000
2,200
35,000

85,700
105,800
55,700

6,500

8,400
173,900
20,200

10,100
68,200
12,900
9,600

51,500
151,700
20,600
26,700

8,800
23,500

113,900

Prlee Jan. 2,
1963

STOCKS

Par
_1

Clarostat Mlg Co Xnc

l
Claussner Hosiery Co
10
Clayton & Lambert Mfg—4
Clopay Corporation
1
Clary Corporation

Club Aluminum Products—•
Coburn Credit Co Inc
1
6% preferred
20
Co.hu Electronics Inc
—1
Colonial Corp of Amer—50c
Colonial Sand 8c Stone Co.l
Commercial Metals Co
5

Com'ty Discnt Cen Inc—10c
Community Pub Service
lo

Closing or

Bid

Bid

Bid

7%

Sale

6%

5

Sale

5

12
13%

14

Sale
2%

3

11%
13
3

2%

3%

Sale
Sale
Sale

13%
3%

6%
4%

6%
Sale
14
14%
Sale
3%

14%
13%
3%

2'/a
9%
21%
3%
19%

Ask

14%
3%

14
3

42

41

10%

10% Mar 8
1 y8 Mar 25
4% Mar 19 '+■
4% Mar 1
21% Mar 1

11%
2%
4%
4%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

10%
2%

21%
4%

Sale
Sale

23%

9%

Sale

9

%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
9%

«

Sale

1

Sale

1%

2%

1%

Sale

1%

7
5%
7y»
11

Sale

7%

Sale

21

13%
1%

Sale
Sale

43%

Sale

10%

Sale
Sale

4

17

4%
1%
41 %

15

Mar 18
Mar 11
Mar 20
Mar 29
Mar 18
Mar 28
Mar 15
Mar 22
Mar 1
Mar 22
Mar 19

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

21%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Compo Shoe Machinery—

27,600

1,300
103,300
4,000

12,700
160,000

3,800

14,200

1,500
24,500

6,800
19,500
81,000

2,800

10,800

4,600

21,400

100

300

14,300

5,900

8~,906

20~755

800
700

5,000
1,600
20,900

5,500

Vtc ext to 1965

Consolidated Sun Ray Inc
1
Construction Products A
1
Cont Aviation & Eng Corp.l
Cont Commercial Corp
1
Cont Connector class A
50c
Cont Materials Corp
10c

64,600

4,900
54,500

2,200
21,300
350,500

37,100
2,500

140,900
7,100

2,100

9,400
5,400
38,700
14,000
24,000

700

3,200
■

3.300
6.300
1,300
38,000
100

6,700

161,800
1,500

5,100

154,800
14,100

30,900
26,200

162,300

29,700

79,100
42,900
6,550

26.200

3,750
7,300
10,500

20,700
39,600
2,240
11,700
14,800
26.700

210

3,600
3,500
7,100
100

320

10,700
6,800

29,400
62,400

35,900
48,700
81,400
49,700
142,200
171,100

2,800

14,100

14,700

11,500

92,800

16,000
3,200

20,000

200

5,400
4,400
99,300

1,100
23,100
31,700

88,500

2,600
21,400
33,000
1,700
64,300
1,925

16/700
10,400
800

11,200
400

7,300
25,200
84,500

43,900
93,400
207,800

4%
4%

21%
3%
8%

4%
4%

8%

Sale

% Mar 12
1 y2 Mar 28

1V8 Mar 27
1% Mar 15

7%

7V4 Mar 25

5%

5 % Mar 5
63/4 Mar 27

8 Va Mar
5% Mar
8% Mar
% Mar

7

Sale
Salie
18
Sale

% Mar 4
17 Ya Mar 29
6 V* Mar 4

16

Mar 27

9
21

Mar
Mar

%

5%

Sale

6%

•

14%

16

15%

17

15%

16%

16

15

16

14

5

14%
6%

1
•

20%
20y4

7%
20%
20%

21
21

6

Sale

5%

Sale

7%

7%
6%
Sale
Sale

8%
8%
2%

.25c

2%

2%
7%

2%

13%
2%
6%

Sale
Sale
Sale
7%

3%
12'/a
2%

10 %

Sale

8%

9%

21%

20%
5%

Sale
Sale

1

7%
6%
2%
36%
3%

8%

14 %
Sale

21 %

Sale

£1

6%

9%
21%
21%
Sale

6%

ii
17 %

Crose-unlted Corp.

Crowley-Milner & Co
Crown Alum Industries
Crown Cent Petrol (Md)

5

21

1
25c

5
Drug
25c
Crystal Oil 8s Land Co
10c
Cubic Corporation
•
Curtis Mlg Co class A
4
Cutter Laboratories Inc—
Crown

7
3

4%

-

4%

4%

8%

5%
9%
.7%

.

8%
8%
Sale
Sale
Sale

7

3V4
12%
2%

Sale
7%

3%

Mar 28
2% Mar 1
35% Mar H

1

123/4
2%

5%
8%
7%

13
Sale
5%
Sale
8%

5%
83/s
8

13%

Sale

13%

Sale

13%
13%

Sale
Sale

12% Mar 15
12 y2 Mar 15

Daltch Crystal Dairies—50c
Daryl Industries Inc
50c

4%
3%

Sale
Sale
Sale

5%
2%
A

Sale
Sale

5%
2%
%

1%

Sale
Sale

5ya Mar 4
2% Mar 1
A Mar 27

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
1%

5

Sale

Sale

4% Mar 26

5%

Sale

4%
5A

Desilii Productions Inc
1
Detroit Gasket & Mfg Co—1
Detroit Industrial Prod
1

11%

5%
19
143

7%
8%
5%
24%

4%
Sale
30%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

%

33

10%
6%
22%
146
8

10%
6%

11

6%

21
150

Sale
148
Sale

Sale
33 %
Sale

6%
2iy2

Sale

11

Sale

5%
25%
%
13 %

5*A Mar 28
32%
10%
6%
20 V4
148

152

7%

Mar 27

1

Sale
Sale

7J/4
10y4

Sale
Sale
Sale

24 J/4

Mar 5
Mar 14
Mar 12
Mar 18
Mar 13
Mar 20
Mar 15
Mar 22
Mar 19
Mar 1
Mar 4

Devon-Palmer Oils Ltd-—25c

Ik

%

10%
5%
25%
U

—1

10%

Sale

13%

25%
Sale
Sale

—1
Quality
Supermar'ts Inc com_10c
7% 1st preferred
10

2%

2%

2%

3%

%
Sale

%
%

Sale
%

%
%

11
IE

4%
10%
2%

4%
Sale
Sale

4%

11%
2%

411
Sale

4H
11%

Sale

4%
11%
2%

Sale

11% Mar 1
2y8 Mar 25

12

Sale

Sale

12 %

Sale

11% Mar

17%
Sale
Sale

17%
11%
16%
18%

18%
Sale
Sale
18%
Sale
38%

Raynolds Co Inc—1

Devoe 8s

Dlalight Corp
Dielectric Products
Engineering Co Inc

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

5%

11
113/4

2% Mar 18

Distillers Co Ltd—
Am dep rets ord

reg—10s
Diversey (The) Corp
1
Dixilyn Corp class A

4

Dome Petroleum Ltd
Dominion Bridge Co

2.50

—•

Dominion Steel <fe Coal ord-*
Dominion Tar is Chem Ltd-*
Dominion Textile Co Ltd
*
Dorr-Oliver Inc com
7.50
$2 preferred
32.50

Dorsey (The) Corp
1
Draper Corp common
•
Drilling & Exploration Co—1
Driver Harris Co
5

%

17%
9%
—16%
15%
12%
34%
7%
,>38%

14%

3,000

24,100

Drug Fair-Community Drug-1
Dunlop Rubber Co Ltd—

1,000
2,700

6,100
11,000

17,300
7,200

46,800
16,900

4
Amer dep rets ord reg.lOs
3
Duraloy (The) Company
1
7%
Duro Test Corp
15c
Du Val Corp
*
Du Val Sulphur & Potash Co—Name

30,500

134,900

1,200
5,000

6,700
13,400
1,850
36,300
34,000

Eastern
Eastern
Eastern
Eastern
Eastern

Corp

Air Devices

10

Sale

16%

16

17%

Sale

13

35%

37%

7%

8%

17%
Sale
39
Sale

13

37%
8%
35%

Sale

18

Sale
Sale

15

15%

6

10c

2%

1

2%
7%
41%
4%
19%

Sale

39

Sale

Sale
15

16

Sale

15%

15%

Sale

17%

1,000

Dynalectron

18%
9%

12
16

6%

Sale

5%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

4%
2%
6%

4%

4A
3

Sale

,

Sale
Sale
Sale
33%
changed to Du Val
Sale
2% Sale

Sale

2%
7%
42%
4%
23%

2%

6%
36

3%
63/4
Sale

7

9% Mar 11
16% Mar l
17% Mar 5
12%
37%
7%
343/4

Mar 4
Mar 20
Mar 8
Mar 28

4%
13 %

Sale
Sale

11%

Sale

18,900
102,100

Electronic Research Assoc—
Class A
10c
Electronic Specialty Co—50c

4%
24%

Sale
Sale

5%

Sale

5%

5%
Sale

5% Mar 7
20% Mar 27

For footnotes, see page




06.

5%

4

21 y4

5%
Sale
Sale

8

8% Jan 15
% Jan 16

18% Feb
7 3/6 Jan

4
7

2

Jan

6% Jan 11

8

Feb 18

6
3
2

8

Feb 26

Feb

6y2
2y4
35%
3%

Jan

Jan

Mar 11
9
Jan

7
9% Feb
3
Jan 11
38% Feb 25

43A Jan

14

143/4 Feb 13
14ya Feb 15

2
4y4 Jan
2% Feb 12
A Mar 27

5% Mar 29
4ya Jan 14
% Jan 10

Mar 27
4
2
8
Jan
Feb 21
2
Jan
3
Jan
2
Jan

2% Jan 29
5y2 Jan 15
6y8 Mar 13
33% Mar 25
11% Jan 23
7% Jan 22

5% Mar 29
Mar 12
11 Mar 7
l3/4 Mar 1
5
Mar 1
6y8 Mar 13
333/8 Mar 25
11
Mar 25
7
Mar 18
22% Mar 4
150
Mar 22
8
Mar 1
11% Mar 8
6V6 Mar 4
26 y8 Mar 5
11 Mar 12
13% Mar 25
3

3

Mar

4

3/4 Mar
li Mar

8

3

1

4% Jan
5% Jan
30

103A

5%
18%
142%
7y4
8%
5%
24 Va
A

Mar 20
2
Jan
3
Jan
3
Jan
7
Jan
8
10% Jan

13

Mar 21

16% Mar 28
18% Mar 12
13 V* Mar 13
38% Mar 5

8% Mar
40

Mar

16

6%

Mar
Mar

8
43

14%
12%

7
9
18
3

8%
12%
73/8
27%
%

Mar 22
Feb 20
Feb 13
Jan 16
Feb
1
Jan 23

13% Feb 25
3% Jan 24

% Mar 25
% Feb 27

1% Jan 10
1% Jan 11

4 A Jan 30

10% Jan
2y8 Jan
11%
17%

9%
16%

2
4
Feb 25
3
Jan
7
Jan
2
Jan
7
Jan

16
12 V* Jan

2
4

4% Feb 13
Feb 12

11%
2%
13%
19%

Feb 14
Jan 18
Jan
9

13
Mar 21
17% Jan 14
18% Mar 12
13% Feb
1
41
Jan 29
9
Feb 13
48% Jan 14

1

5% Mar 26

7

4

41i Feb 28
3% Feb 19
7% Jan
3

Mar 5
Mar 29
Mar 1
Mar 11
Mar 7
Mar 7
Mar 29
Mar 4

Jan

2

2% Jan 18
6% Mar 7
31% Jan 18

2% Jan

165

Jan

2

11

12% Jan 14
10

Jan
2
% Jan 21

18% Jan
16

36

Mar

Mar 22

3% Feb

1

3% Feb 11
9
43

Jan 21
Mar 4

5% Jan 10
27% Mar 26
182
170

Jan 28
Mar 29
15
Feb 18
14% Jan 24
iy8 Feb
7

1

5% Mar 22
23% Mar 5

4% Jan
2
20% Mar 27

6% Feb
25% Jan

5y« Mar 13
15

9
4

Jan 14

6%
16%
5%
14%

Mar

24

23% Feb 21
150

Jan
2
3% Mar 22
11% Mar 29

16y4
4%
13%

7
11

4

l

5% Mar 28
27% Mar 26
180
170

21

35 y4 Jan
3
7% Jan
34% Mar 28
153A Feb 19
14% Jan
8

8

Mar 28

Mar
Mar

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Feb
Jan
Jan
Jan

4

2% Jan

1

11% Mar 28
2% Mar 1
12% Mar 26

7

6% Jan 18

4

4-A Mar

23/4 Jan

7% Mar 19
39% Jan 22
4
Mar 22
19 y4 Jan
2
175% Mar 6

Sale
Sale

5%

1

5% Feb

6

2% Mar 12

Sale,
Sale

14

9% Jan "22
223/4 Feb 20
21 y4 Jan
3

Jan
4
20% Jan 28
6
5% Feb

5
4

Sale

Jan

7% Jan 10
20

2% Mar 21

Sale
Sale
Sale

5

5% Mar 19
23% Mar 28
4% Feb 6
10 y4 Feb 15
iy8 Mar 27
3
2V4 Jan
8% Feb 20

16 Va Jan 24

2ya Mar 12

5
27
176
170

143,6 Jan 31
3% Jan 24

15% Jan 15

7%
41 y4

Sale
Sale
Sale

2

2%

4%
12%

11,000

2

14%
11%

5% Jan

2%
7y8
40%

84,700
67,900

24,500

1

12

Sale
Sale
Sale

63/4 Mar 27
2
% Jan
17 y8 Jan
2

3

Sale

Elder-Peel Ltd
Electro-Voice Inc

10

3A Mar 12

iy2 Mar 28
2
7
Jan
7
5ya Jan

2% Mar 11

5%
15%

7,500
14,500
2.700
5,400

13%

2

Sale

Sale

51,000
84,300
79,400
6,500
11,200

4%

Sale
180
185
164% 170

Jan

1% Mar 25
4% Mar 19
4% Feb 25
21 % Jan
4
3% Jan 7
8% Jan 15

2%

5
15

390
140

290
10
700

Sale
178% 190
163% 167%

10

Corp

Electrographlc Corp com-—1
Electronic Assistance
10c
Electronic Communications. 1

19,400
11,700

25
Prelght Ways—20c
States Corp com—1
$7 preferred series A
•
$6 preferred series B
•
Echlin Mfg Co
1
Edo Corporation
1
Company

Sale
Sale

Mar 19

3
2

4% Mar 4
3% Mar 20
6% Mar 4
36
Mar 22

11%
13
5y8
16%

400

7%
Sale
Sale

41

Jan 17
3
10 y8 Mar 18
Mar 22
23
1
43/a Feb
22% Jan 15.
18% Feb 11
4
5% Feb
1% Jan 23
46
Feb 20

11% Jan
ll'A Jan

4% Mar 20
2% Mar 1
63/8 Mar 7

7y8 Mar 19
40% Mar 15
4
Mar 22
23 V2 Mar 1
175 % Mar 6
170
Mar 29
14% Mar 1
11% Mar 6
% Mar 21
5% Mar 13
15
Mar 12
3% Mar 22
11% Mar 29

Can Co class A——1

2
2

15
Mar 14
14% Feb 26
3% Feb 18

14% Mar 27
13% Mar 27

18% Mar 29

Mar 14

iy8 Jan

16
2
10
29
18
2
15
2

Mar 4
6
10 Vs Mar 5
Mar 21
8

15% Mar 1
Mar 28
15
5% Mar 26

33

Jan
Jan
23/4 Jan
9%, Mar
20y4 Mar
3% Jan
18% Mar
13% Jan
Jan
4

Jan
2
7
12% Jan
2% Jan 11
5% Mar 11
83^ Mar 18
7% Jan 21

y2 Mar 25
3/4 Mar 12
410 Mar 18

13
3

7% Jan 10
9
5% Jan

3%
7%
5 V*
14%
2%
6%
12%
8%

7J/a Mar 4
3% Mar 14
13% Mar 11
2% Mar 13

Dilbert's

1

Sale

6% Mar 5
4% Mar 25
11% Jan 10

7A

8% Mar 19
2% Mar 4
37% Mar 27

2% Mar

1
4
4
Mar 25
Mar 19
Mar 12
Mar 18
Mar 21

Sale

%
1%
4%
5%
29%

5

23/4 Mar
7% Mar
3% Mar

Sale

com_2.50

7% Mar

6

11%

preferred
20
Davidson Brothers Inc
1
Day Mines Inc
10c
Dayco Corp class A pref_35
D C Transit System cl A_20c
Defiance Industries class B_1
Dennison Mfg Co class A—5
8% debenture stock
100

Mar 27

4% Mar

11%

5%

16

3% Mar 25

1

Davega Stores Corp

Mar 29

.

_8%

1

Class A common
Class B common

7

7ya Mar 19

2%

Sale
7%
3%
13
Sale
6%
Sale
8

7

5

9% Mar 19

Sale

2%

1

17% Mar 18

20% Mar 26
5ya Mar 5

37%
4%

4

21% Mar 20
21% Mar 7
5% Mar 8

Sale

8

7

4

8%

8%

7
1

7

7%

Sale

37

4% Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

17%

50c

Mar 22
5% Mar 19
23% Mar 28
5

9% Mar

Sale

1

11% Mar 14
2 3/4 Mar 1

5%

1

Am dep rets ord reg
Cox Instruments Corp
Crane Carrier Indust
Creole Petroleum Corp
Erestmont Consolidated

4
6
Mar 6
3
10 y8 Mar 18
Mar 22
23
Mar 1
4
20% Mar 26
18% Mar 1
sya Mar 8
1% Mar 1
43 y2 Mar 1

4% Mar

Bottling Co of

New England Inc
Courtaulds Ltd—

14% Mar
3y4 Mar

1

Sale

1.50

8
1
Mar 14

7%

Sale
Sale

Mar

8% Mar 22

4%

17%

6,600

2,700
34,100

4%
Sale
Sale
4

Sale
5
Sale

•

Corby H Distillery Ltd—
Class A voting
Class B nonvoting
Coro Inc
Corroon 8s Reynolds com
$1 preferred A
Cott Beverage Corp

3

15
1

Cook Pt 8s Varnish™
Cooper-Jarret.t inc

Cott

10,400

1

Compudyne Corp
25c
Connelly Containers
50c
Consol Diesel Elec Corp
10c
Consol Mng & Smelt Ltd—*
Consolidated Oil & Oas__20c
Consolidated Royalty Oil
*

Prices

5% Mar

2%
9y8
2oy4
3%
18%
16%
43A
iy4

3%
19%
17 %
4%
1%
43 %

Prices

7

6% Mar 5
4% Mar 25
13 % Mar 6

3

Highest

Highest

6%
4%
14%

Sale

Lowest
Sale

Prices

Sale
Prices

Opening

or
Ask

Sale

Lowest

Opening

or
Ask

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

-PRICES IN MABCHMarch 29

March 1

Jan 11
Feb
4
Jan 24
Jan 30
6
4

American

Aggregate Sales
Since

In
March

Shares

8,300
14,800
7,700
2,900

37,400
29,200
28,700
12,100

'

Jan. 1

Shares

33

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

April, 1963
Stock Exchange

STOCKS

Par

Price Jan. 2,
1963
Opening or
Bid
Ask

Opening
Bid

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

-PRICES IN MARCHLowest
March 29
Sale
Closing or
Bid
Ask
Prices

March 1
or
Ask

Lowest
Sale

Sale
Prices

-

Highest

Prices

Highest

Prices

Sale

Electronic 8c Missile—

20

...

170

185,600
3.050
43,000
5,700
8,000
22,400
7,000

63,400
800

11,900
3,000
1,600
1,900
1,400
18,400

32,700
7,500
86,600
14,900

1,600
19,700
1,800
19,500

159,300

5,700
6,500

35,300

13,400

65,300

7,200

20,600

30,100

75,200

71,700

240,600

4,300
100,300
4,400
14,000

13,700

30,000

Facilities
Electronics Corp of
El-Tronics Inc
Emenee Corporation

25c
Amer—1

-

*

Empire Dist Elec 5% pfd-100
Equity Corp common
10c
S2 conv preferred
1
Erie Forge & Steel Corp—1

44

2%
sya
4%
4%
7ya
6%
2y«
3%
6%
3%

conv 1st preferred—10
Manufacturing Co
1
ERT Corp
1
Espey Mfg & Electronics
1

6%

Ero

Esquire Inc
1
Esquire Rad 8c Electron—10c
Essex Chemical Corp
*
Evans Rule Co
1
Exquisite Form Indus
10c

3%

Fairmont Chemical Co
1
Falcon Seaboard Drilling_l%
Famous Artists Schools
2c
Fanny Farmer Candy Shops_l
Faraday Uran Mines Ltd—.1

4%

Filmways Inc

14,200

69,400

5,900

16,400
5,700
29,800
211,400
32,900
4,400

24,100
9,200
1,600

66,800
990

183,300
5,810
17,100

6,700
15,800
7,200
14,200
3,300

23,600
31,800
10,200

13,300
6,100

20,100
23,600

90,600

10

16,900
11,700

5,100
3,800
35,400
16,400
121,300

118,500
53,200
323,900

200

900

9,400
10,400

32,500
28,400

57,700
293.400

187,000

17,600

861,600
60,900

6,500

17,600

90

160

1,000
37,300

2,250
145,100

1,900
84,400

15,500

319,700

3,500

9,300

400

5,500

3,300
138,100
58,200
20,400
27,600

7,000

21,100

116,700

1,400
7,900

240,500
30,100
35,600

2,700
6,600
11,000

11,000
25,700
26,400

67,800
182,800
3,500
38,200

179,000
426,000
8,400
221,700

5,900
450

19,700
1,100

10,800

26.900

20,700
7,800
7,400

700

s

2,300

i

300

700

32,300

9,200

Sale

3%
4%

Sale

5y8
4%

5%
4%

~7%

1%
4%
4%
3%
7%

~7%

Sale
2
5

4y2
4

2y4

Sale
Sale
Sale

4%

Sale

4

6

Sale

6y8

Sale
Sale
Sale

11

Sale

11%
25 y4

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

2xsa
6%

Sale
Sale

2%

Sale

6%
7%

Sale

7%

Sale

14%

Sale
Sale

3%
6%
3%

9%

12%

5

25c

2
4

4%

Sale
Sale
Sale

2%
4y8
7y8
4%

24%
li7.

7%

Sale

1.'.
6
6%
7%

6% Mar

4% Mar 22
4% Mar 6

Sale

9

Sale

7
sy4

Sale
Sale

7%
Sale
2%

Sale

Sale
Sale

3

Mar

Mar
Jan
Mar
44% Jan

1% Jan

5

102% Mar 22
46%
1%
4%
4%
3%
7%
9y8
2%
3%
6%
3%

4% Mar

Mar 12
103% Mar 29
3y4 Mar 4
Mar 4
47
Mar
1
2
5ya Mar 4
4% Mar 11
4y8 Mar 4
7% Mar 28
11% Mar 22
2% Mar 4
4% Mar 4
7y8 Mar 1
4% Mar 1

Mar 6
Mar 25
6

Mar 25
Mar 4
Mar 27
Mar 5
Mar 7
Mar 14
Mar 4
Mar 19
Mar 26
Mar 19
Mar 14

6%
5%
3%
5%

4% Mar 22

4

5% Mar 29
2% Mar 5

4

98
3

6
2
25
9
6
3

3% Jan
47

2%
5%
4%
4%
9%
11%

4% Mar 27
4
4y8 Jan
3% Mar 7
7y4 Mar 14
2
6% Jan
6
2% Feb
3
3% Jan
4
6y8 Jan
3% Jan 11

4% Mar 12
6% Mar 18
12% Mar 20

24% Mar

1

26

1^ Mar

1

2%
4%
7%
5y8

22 Ye Feb 25
8
lie Jan

Sale
Sale

2-fc Mar 19

Sale
Sale

6% Mar 1 /
7ya Mar 6
6y8 Mar 11

5% Mar 28

6%

7%
Sale

6%

Sale

Sale

16%

Sale

16 y8

Sale

3%
9%

Sale
10%

3%

Sale

3

9%

Sale

9% Mar 28

Sale

1

Sale
Sale

6%
13%
10%
12%
162

iy8
Sale
Sale

Mar

8

iy2 Mar 1
2% Mar 1
6% Mar 12
7% Mar 11
7% Mar 18

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Mar
Jan
Feb
Feb
Feb

4
7
7
10
3

10
14
7

28
22
18
1
18
13

5% Jan 21
6%'Feb 14
4
14% Feb
2
26 y4 Jan

3
3% Jan
4ya Jan 15
8
liya Jan

Mar 29

5% Mar

Jan

Feb

105

1% Feb 19

8
11 y4 Mar 19

4

Feb 21
Mar 29
Jan 14

2

2t\r Mar 19

1% Jan
2 il Jan

5% Mar 28

8y4 Jan 10

5y4 Jan
7% Mar

2
6

8

6% Jan 30

8

7% Mar 11
Feb

1

6% Mar

4% Jan

4

17% Mar

16 Va Mar 27

8
7

14% Jan

2

18

3

3% Jan 14
10% Feb 12

Feb

13

First National Realty 8c

Flying Tiger Lines Inc

3

5%

14%
12%
14%
162

5%
2%
4%

Sale
Sale
Sale

l

6%
14 y8
11%
14%

11%
Sale

6%

Sale

5%

2y4
5%

Sale
Sale

1%
5%

Sale

2%
33%

Sale
Sale

2%
31%

Sale

10%

11

Sale

12%
32%

13

Sale

10%
31%

11

31 Ye
90

100

94

91

94

90

15

15%

16%

Sale
Sale

17 y4

16

16%

19

13%

14

10%

Gloray Knitting Mills Inc_l
Gluckin (Wm) Co Ltd
£1

11

14%
13%

10

Goldfield Corp
Goodman Mfg Co

16%
Goodway Printing Co Inc •

26%
*5%

Gordon Jewelry class A
Gorham
Corporation

1

9%

Sale

3% Mar 1
10y8 Mar 20

7

3

21

3%

8

3%
5%

9%

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

6 18

6%

28%
8%
14%

Sale
Sale

Mar 1
iy8 Mar 5
6% Mar 1
6% Mar 28
14% Mar 4
13% Mar 13
10 y4 Mar 15
11% Mar 7
12 Yb Mar 29
15% Mar 5
164% Mar 5
159
Mar 27
6% Mar 5
5% Mar 15 •
2% Mar 4
1% Mar 28
5% Mar 14
5y4 Mar 27 ' =
3% Mar 11
2% Mar 1
33% Mar 7
30% Mar 15

1

1

7% Mar 19
2% Mar 12
5y2 Mar 26

6% Mar

~

Mar 12
Mar 1
14% Mar 14

Sale
12%
106% 109
99% 100%
12 %
Sale
12
12%
11% Sale

11% Mar 25
107% Mar 21
99
Mar 13
12% Mar 21
11% Mar 27
11 y2 Mar 1

16%
15%
3%
17%
14%
13%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

9%

9%

17

16%
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

iy8 Mar

12%
107%
100 y2
14y4
12%
12

17

...

Mar 18

14% Mar 13
13% Mar 5

I
■i.;

5% Jan 16

18% Feb
102

Jan

10

Jan 11

13% Jan 18
16% Mar 6
1
3% Feb
16%
13%
11
9

8

Jan
Jan
Jan

4
8
3

Feb 25

Jan
Mar
Jan
Mar
Jan

7

15
4

10
21
14

Mar 28
Feb 27
Jan 24
Feb 27
Mar 12

1% Jan 16
12% Feb
1
109

11

98% Jan 16
12% Mar 21
11% Mar 27"

17 y4 Mar 1
4
Mar 11
19
Mar 1
16% Mar 26
14ya Mar 15

1
4

4

Jan
4:
11% Jan 15

Mar 20
Mar 11
Mar 1
Mar 7

1% Mar
28% Mar
5% Mar

6%
34%
10%
15%
25%

Mar 12
8
Mar 1
12% Jan
2

Mar 29
Mar 21

10% Mar

9% Mar 4

7%
2 y4
9%
3%
7%

28

17% Mar 15

15% Mar 1
16% Mar 6
3% Mar 28

91% Jan

2% Feb 13
5y2 Mar 26

25% Mar 12
iy4 Mar ll

1

13% Mar 22
32% Mar 29

3
3
7

7
1% Mar 28
7% Mar 19

9% Mar 11
15% Mar 5

~

5
Feb
6
Feb
Jan 15
Jan 14
Feb 13
180
Jan 18
6% Feb 27
3% Jan
7
5% Jan 24
3% Mar 11
34% Feb 18

6% Mar

6% Mar 28
32% Mar 1 :

1

28
8

1%
7%
16%
12%
16 y4

26

12% Mar 29
159
Feb
4
5% Jan
2
1% Mar 28
4% Jan
2
2% Feb
7
30% Mar 15
10% Jan
30% Jan
91% Jan

5
4
9
Mar 22
3% Mar 21
6% Mar 5

19 y4 Mar 28

19%
1%

;

-

6% Mar
2% Mar

6y4 Mar 7
1% Mar 28

Feb

5% Jan
2
13% Mar 13
10y4 Mar 15

13% Mar 22
32 Va Mar 29

10% Mar 4
31% Mar 11

Sale
Sale
Sale

'

Sale
Sale
9%
Sale

1%
28%
5%
y 9%
24 Va

Sale
Sale

23 y4

4%
1%

Sale

4%

Sale
Sale
5%
Sale

1%
2%

3%

Great Lakes
Great Lakes

Bowling Corp-1

5

3%
Sale
Sale
5%

Chemical

1

2%

Sale

2%

Great Western Prodncers_60c
6* pfd series A
30
Greer Hydraulics Inc
50c
Grlesedieck Company
1
Grocery Store Products
5

6%
23%
2%
12%
34%

Sale
25

25 y4

Sale

2%
5

6%

2%

12%

14

36%
2y4

11%

10c

2y4

36
Sale

Sale

1%
25%
4%
9%

Gray Manufacturing Co
5
Great Amer Industries
10c
Great Basins Petrol Co—20c

1%
3%

6%
1%

Sale

Jan

9% Mar 28

--

Feb

101%
16%
13%
12%

Feb
8
Jan 14
Feb
6
Feb 15

11

17% Mar 15
22%
4%
23
16%
14%

Jan
Jan

3

J an

Jan
Feb

10% Mar

changed to Goldfield Corp

1

4

Mar

94

20%
4%

Gilbert (A C) Co.
Gilchrist Co.
Glass-Tlte industries
4c
Glenmore Distilleries cl B
1
Globe Security Systems
.*

(The) Corp

Sale

Sale
5%

2%
Sale
Sale
Sale

Gellman Mfg Co—Name changed to Ameo Industries
7
Genl Acceptance warrants—
6%
Sale
6%
2
Sale
General Alloys Co
1
2% Sale
Gen Battery & Ceramic
8% Sale
Sale
8%
1
3
Sale
General Builders Corp
1
2% Sale
General Development Corp_l
5% Sale
6% Sale
Genl Elec Co of Gt Britain
Amer dep rets ord reg—£1
5%
Sale
5%
6%
29 Va
Sale
General Fireproofing
Sale
32%
5
Sale
8%
Sale
General Foam Corp
8y„
1
Seneral Gas Corp
12% Sale
15
Sale
2.50
General Plywood Co
19% Sale
50c
20% Sale
1
General Stores Corp_^—
11
1% Sale
Sale
12%
11% 12
Genung's Incorporated
105
102
109
Georgia Power $5 pfdi
■
98
99%
$4.60 preferred
•
15
Sale
Giannini Controls
50c
13% Sale
Sale
Giant Food Inc class A
1
12%
12% Sale
Giant Yellowknife Mines—110% Sale
11% Sale

Grow

10%

3%
31%

1
•

preferred

1%
Sale
Sale
Sale

5%

Ford Motor of Canada
•
Forest City Enterprises—1
Fotochrome Inc
1
Fresnillo (The) Company—1
.10c
Friendly Frost Inc.
*
Fuller (Geo A) Co.

Inc
Gatineau Power Co com

10%

1

1

Garan

3%

10

Name

r

7%
Sale
2%
Sale
6%

3
47

Sale
47%

2%

Construction com— -10c
—8
60c conv preferred
Warrants.
2.50
Firth Sterling Inc
1
Fisher 8c Porter Co.
Fishman (M H) Co Inc
1

—6,100

5%
Sale
Sale

3ya
47
2

5%
5%
2y8
4y2
103 y3

5
Sale
5
105

1%

Financial General Corp. .10c

1,800

Sale

102

Sale

11%

.1
1

39,800

443/4

6

4%
2y8
4%

26 y4

Fargo Oils Ltd
1
Federated Purchaser A —10c
Felmont Petroleum Corp
Fields Plastics & Chem

4%

Sale
Sale
Sale
102
105
3 V*
Sale

1

10,700

243.000

4%
5%
1%
4%

28%
Sale

.*

5

2%
6%

6%

Sale

Sale
Sale
9%
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
5%
Sale
Sale

25

26

2%
14%
37%

2%
13%
36 y2

Sale
14
38

Sale

2y4

Sale

26

*

1% Mar
25 y4 Mar
4% Mar
9y8 Mar
23y8 Mar
4y4 Mar
r: 1
Mar
2% Mar
5

Mar

1
28

21
15
20
22

i

19

1
5

•

2% Mar 15
6
25

Mar

4
Mar 19
2% Mar 26

1

11% Mar

21

26
3

1

1

;

2
3

1% Feb
33% Feb
7
9%
26y4
5%

Jan
Jan
Feb
Mar

Mar 19

1% Jan

2% Feb 27

8% Jan

5

5%

Jan

2% Jan
6

Mar 11
Mar 7

14% Mar 25
37% Mar 14 '
2y4 Mar 1

Jan

3% Jan

6% Mar 20

•

13% Mar 12
36% Mar 7
2ya Mar

4

9% Mar 1
24% Mar 11
5y8 Mar 4 :v:
1% Mar 4 •
3% Mar 20 i
5y4 Mar 11
2% Mar 1

1% Jan
2
25y* Mar 28
V; 4% Mar 21
9% Mar 15

24%
2%
12%
34%-

Mar

14
2
4

Jan 14
Mar 26

Jan
Jan
2% Feb

8
4
6

10% Jan
3% Jan

3
2
1

Jan

3% Jan
;

7% Jan 31

26

Feb

21

3% Jan 28
14% Mar 25
37% Mar 14
2% Jan

4

Guardsman Chemical

17,100
55,900

9,000

12,700
141,600
8,100
12,300
14,600

539,500

30,600

85,900
22,900
130,500
43,200
14,000

1,800
35,800
8,700
4,500
6,400
3,100
2,900
6,000
4,600

24,300

60,300
37,400

29,400
14,500
24,700
22,100

13,600

12,800
68,400

35,100
169,100

39,200

1

9%

10%

*
Guerdon Industries
Gulf American Land Corp.l

3%

Sale

6

6%

6

Sale

Sale

Gulf 6ts Land & Indus._50c
Gulf 8c Western Indus.
1
1
Gulton Industries Inc—

14%
26%
33%

5
17

6
5%

Sale
Sale

16 y8
31

Sale
16%
31%

Sale

33%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

2y4

Sale

4%

4%

14 Va
7%
16%
6%

Sale

Coatings

H <fe B

Inc

Corporation

Harvard Industries Inc

Harvey Radio Co Inc
Harvey's Stores class A_

176,700

5,600
42,600
11,900
6,100

27,800
102,300
52,100
24,600

16,300

101,000

footnotes,




Haven Industries Inc

2
X

-10t

2%

Sale

3%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

4%
13%
7%

-

4%

Sale

4

7%
%
5%

Sale
Sale
Sale

7%

5%
13%
9%

Sale

16%
6%

40%
2%

18

6%
43%
2%
3%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

4%

11%
-

42%
2%

12

5% Mar 13
4%
15%
31%
31%
2

Mar 1
Mar 19
Mar 28
Mar 4
Mar

8

Sale

1
13% Mar 12
7% Mar 29

17

16

Sale
43
Sale

4% Mar

6%
42

3% Mar

4

4%

4

Mar

1

7%
%

Sale
Sale

5

4%

Sale

6% Mar 15
A Mar 28
4% Mar 5

5%
14%
6%
30 V*

5%
Sale
Sale
Sale

5%
14%
7%
32

28%

Sale

27%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

5
Mar 13
14% Mar 1
6% Mar 1
30% Mar 1
27
Mar 22

4% Mar

2
14% Jan
2
26% Jan
30% Feb 20

2

Feb 27
2

4% Mar 18
15% Mar 22

13% Feb 25

8
18

7
16

7% Mar 4
A Mar 1
5% Mar 8

Sale
Sale
Sale

A

2% Mar

6
4

Mar 22

2Va Mar 28

4

14% Mar 14
6% Mar 4
6% Mar 14
19% Mar 13
33% Mar 11
35% Mar 22

Mar 1
Mar 1
~'7% Mar 12
43% Mar 1
2% Mar 18
4
Mar 8
4% Mar 14

Mar 7
Mar 29

3%

;

3% Jan

Jan
Mar
6% Jan

40% Jan
2% Jan
3% Jan
4

2

7,
2
2

7
3

Feb 26

6% Mar 15
A Jan 2
4% Feb 19

14% Mar 14

6% Feb 21
6% Jan 7
20Va Jan 16
34% Feb 27
36% Jan 29
2% Jan

3

5% Feb 13
17% Jan 10
8% Jan 23
18%
8%
43%
2%
4%
5%

Feb 18
Jan 31

Jan 24
Jan
Feb

Jan

9
5
9

8% Feb
1
% Jan 11
6

Jan

3

Hebrew National

-

For

TTn*t.1np« Wfp> F!n

1
1
1

33%
31%

Sale

7

..

.

Sale

16%

...

..

Sale

2%
4

10c

Hall (C M) Lamp Co
2
Hardeman (Paul) Inc.....25c
Harn (The) Corp
1
10
TTni-nlorhfppw fVirp
Hartfield Stores Inc
...1
Hartford Electric Lgt new_25

Sale

Sale

TCr>*hpr Vnnrt«

R0c

Heel a Mining Co.
25c
—.
Heinicke Instrument
16%c
•
Helena Rubinstein Inc—
•
Hell-Coll Corp

tee page

96.

28

26%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

5%
15%
8%
33%

Mar 5
Mar 12
Mar 4
Mar 21

29

Mar

8

5

Mar 13
2
1
4

13% Jan
6% Mar
27% Jan
26% Jan

2

6% Jan 14
16

Jan 22

9% Jan 7
34% Jan 14
60% Feb 19

34

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

Affreiate Sales
in

March

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

20

240
50

American
Stock Exchange

2o7ooo

110,700

5,600

19,100
26,600
4,100

6,300
1,100
11,900
1,200

2,200
13,8p0
8,700
4,900
26,100
1,800

9,500
121,900
13,900
2,700
3,300
3,200
9,200
6,000
2,100

56,000
18,600

6,300
52,600
19,400
24,600
110,200
18,500
30,900

140,650
46,700
7,200
18,010
12,600
37,900
29,200
6,675
1,370
22,600

Price Jan. 2,
1963

STOCKS

Par

Heller <W E.) & Co—
5Va% preferred

100
100
Helmerich 8c Payne Inc—10c
Henderson's Portion Paler
4%

preferred

Hercules Oalion Prod

conv

preferred

13%

10

Hill's Supermarkets Inc 50c
Hilton Hotels Corp warrants
Hoe (R) Co Inc common
1
Class a
Hoffman International
Hofmann Industries Inc

105
80
9%
Sale

1

1.25

2.go
1
25c

Hollinger Cons a M
5
Holly Corporation
50c
Holly Stores Inc
1
Holophane Co Inc
•
Holyoke Shares Inc
5
Home Finance Group Inc—1

or

Ask

103
79

14%

Higbie MIg Co
Highway Trailer Indus—
5%

Bid

1
10c

Inc

Common

Opening

4

7

80

12y8
4

14

14

14%
Sale
Sale

13%
6%
1%

Sale
Sale
Sale

TV*
2%
%

Sale
Sale

7

1%
7

Sale

19%
1%
5%
32%
28%
12%
10%
10%

4

Sale
Sale
Sale

5%
Sale
Sale
13

23%
1%
5%
35 y2

30%
13%
11%
11%

100

480

Home Oil Co Ltd class A—•
Class B_
•
Hormel (Geo A) & Co—7.5o
Horn & Hardart Baking—*
Horn 8s Hardart common—•
5% preferred
100

1,600

4,650

Hosklns (The) Mfg Co—2.50

2,200

5,100

Howell Elec Motors Corp—1
Hubbell (Harvey) Inc—

4%

Sale

31%
5%

2,200

9,700
8,900

Class A common
5
Class B common
5
Hudson 8s Manhattan Corp
Class A
10
Hudson Vitamin Products
1
Hycon Mfg Company
XOc

17%
17%

17%
17%

18
17%

29%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

28
12%
2%

420

5,900

1,900

5,600
7,400
42,800

28,600
28,400
236,400

3,900

7,200

32,200
9,400

28
110

1

13%
2%
5y8

123,900
47,200

Hydrometals Inc
.—2.50
Hygrade Food Products
5

5%
15%

2,500

13,800

21,000
16,200
63,700

115,300
53,100

Magnetics Corp 33MiO
Imperial Chem Indus Ltd—
Amer dep rets ord reg
£1
Imperial Oil (Canada)
*
Imperial Tobacco of Can—5
Imp Tob of Gt Brit 8s Ire_£l
Independent Telephone
1
Indianapolis Pwr 8s Light—

500

100,000
3,300

6,900

60,900

190

1,100

3,600
2,500
6,200

10,100
6,000

2,400
28,600
6,500
4,400

18,700
2,700
32,200
3,000
12,200

37,600
6,700
86,900
38,100

15,600
89,100
33,900
58,300

17,400
27,000

Hydromatics

Inc

IMC

4% preferred
Industrial Electronic

100

50c
Industrial Plywood Co
25c
Inland Credit Corp cl A—1
Inland Homes Corp
1
Hardware Corp

Insur Co of

North Amer

International Breweries—

5
1

lnternat'1 Holdings Corp—1
Internatl Oil 8s Gas Corp
1
International Products
5
Internat'l Stretch Prods—1
Intex Oil Company
33Vac
Investmt Prop Builders
10c

Sale
11
Sale

111%

19%
94%
27%

32
115

Sale
Sale

13%
6%

13'/a

8ya Mar 6
6y, Mar 29
13 y8 Mar 8
6% Mar 19
1% Mar 4
7% Mar 1
2% Mar 1

8% Mar 1
7y4 Mar 4
13% Mar 20
7
Mar 4
2% Mar 15
7% Mar 12
3
Mar 29
% Mar 1
25% Mar 7
1% Mar 20
5 % Mar 1
36% Mar 12
31% Mar 18
13% Mar 26
HVa Mar 11
11% Mar 12

6% Jan 7
5% Jan
4
13
Jan
2
6% Mar 19
1% Jan
3

9% Feb 13
7% Feb 13
13% Jan 17
7% Jan 4

1%
7%
3

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

%
24%
1%
5

36%
31
13

13%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

11%
11%
114%
20%
99

5%

Sale
Sale
7%
Sale
Sale

25%
Sale
Sale
Sale
31 y4
Sale
Sale

5

31%

11%
30
112%

5

20
99

31%

6
Mar 8
Mar 12

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

18 Ya

Sale
Sale

17% Mar

17%

Sale

29
12%
2%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

6
21

Sale

4%

Sale

4 Ye

4%

8A
40%

Sale

Sale

Sale

13%
711
8%

Sale

38%
13 y8

Sale
Sale

8%

8%

Sale

8%
38%
12%
9

Sale

9%

Sale

8%

88%

90%

90

3%

Sale

3%

3%

3%
3%

14%

13%

9%

97/b

97%

Sale
Sale

10
98 y2

Sale
Sale
5
Sale
7% Safe

Mar 1
Mar 1
22 % Mar 14
99
Mar 29
32
Mar 11
5% Mar 5

3
3

Jan
Jan
19% Jan
95 y4 Jan
28
Jan

2
3
2
15
4

4%. Jan

2

5% Feb 14

28
110

4y8
31%

4%
5

Jan

Mar 29

32

Feb

10

15

26% Feb 20
12% Mar 4

31% Jan 23
3
14% Jan

Mar 26

5ya Mar 15
6% Mar 14
21% Mar 28

4

5% Mar 11
19% Mar 5

13 Ye Mar 25
3
Mar
1

Jan

2

Mar 28

4% Jan 10

7% Jan 28
37% Mar 8
12 7/8 Mar 27
8% Jan 17
8% Jan
2

4
41% Jan
14% Jan 28
9
Feb 25
10% Feb 18

92

Sale

12y8 Mar 27
8ya Mar 1
8% Mar 25

8% Mar 1
38% Mar 25
13% Mar 8
8% Mar 1
9% Mar l

89% Mar

1

92

Mar 12

88 y4 Jan

9

3%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
32
Sale

3 Ye Mar
3% Mar

1
8

3%
3%
14%
10 y8
99%
4%
34%
4%

Mar 13
Mar 21
Mar 6
Mar 27
Mar 4
Mar 22
Mar 7
Mar 4

3y8
3ya
12%
9%
93%
3%

7

Jan
Jan

31

Feb 15

Mar 26

Mar

6

Mar
Mar

1
8

Mar 26

4%, Mar 18
4% Mar 8

/

5

4

Jan

Jan
3
Jan 21
Feb 28
2
2

4% Feb 28
2% Jan 2
7% Feb 11

7ya Mar 4
6y» Mar 4
iy4 Mar 28

5% Mar 12
9>/2 Mar 28
6% Mar 29
1% Mar 4

12% Mar 14
3% M%r 5

14% Mar 1
3% Mar 19

10y4 Feb
3y4 Jan

84% Mar

84

12%
Sale

84%

86

84

85

84

11

10%

Sale
Sale

10% Mar 18

11

25

26% Mar

%
9y8

Sale
Sale
Sale
9%

3%
9y4

Sale

4

Sale

9%

Sale
2%
Sale
Sale

5
2

7

5% Jan 10
7% Jan 30
21 y4 Mar 28

Sale
Sale

4% Mar

3% Feb

Mar 26
5% Jan 2
15% Jan 2
4

Mar 20 v
37% Mar 8

12%
97/s
97 y4
3%
31%

Mar 28

2%

Jan

8

9

23

.99

29% Mar 25

12%
3%

85%
Sale
20 y2
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Jan
Jan

27% Mar 20
12% Mar 4
2% Mar 8

Sale

82%
9%

8
2
3
4

18% Jan 31
18% Feb 15

14%
3%

preferred
—100
Ipco Hospital Supply Corp.l
Irving Air Chute
1
Israel-American Oil Corp 10c

4

Mar
Jan
Jan
Jan

4
4

1%

Sale
Sale

Feb

4%
32%
28%
12%
10%
10%

4

9%

17

17% Jan

6%

11%
3%

1

Jan

9% Jan 17
4% Jan 14
11 Jan 21
25% Mar 7
1% Mar 20
6% Jan 29
37% Feb 27
31% Mar 18
14% Jan 25
12
Jan 25
12% Jan 28
4
34% Feb
124
Jan 10

17

Sale

5
1

2% Feb
A Mar 22
19% Jan
2

2%

18% Mar 13

1
1

5%
Sale
Sale
Sale

6%
1%

2
25

18 y4 Mar 14

17 y8 Mar

9%
6%

Sale

Jan

Sale

8&

8 Ya

31%
4%

32
116

7

Feb 26

4%

—

Sale

29
4
1
15

Mar 19

Sale

Sale
Sale

22

12
Mar 1
Mar 29
Mar 5

Sale

5%

6%

13
11

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

19%

6

1%
4%
34%
30%

11%

Sale

2%
8y8

23^

Sale

31

98%
32

Sale
Sale
Sale

107
Jan 10
80
Jan
3
13 Ye Feb 28

8%
6y*

96

4

14
2

14%

20%

Sale
Sale
Sale

9% Jan

17

15% Jan 18
4% Feb 15
14% Mar 28

Sale

9%

Jan
Jan

3% Jan 28
13% Jan 11

Sale

94%
3%
33
5

102
76

13

28

14

Mar~I

4Y* Mar 20
14% Mar 28

4

3%

12%

4
14

Sale

16

7

Sale
14%

96

3%
3%
Sale
9%

103 % Mar 21

15 Ye Mar 29

5

3

102 % Mar 21

85

13% Mar

Sale

90

Sale

Prices

Sale

Sale

1%

Funding Corp
(N V) class A
Investors Royalty Co.

is y8
4

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Safe
Prices
Prices

Highest

Prices

11% Mar

Sale
4 y8

5%
Sale
Sale
Sale

3%
%

80

13%

Ask

102% 105

85
Sale

Sale
Sale

8%

6%

Bid

104% 107%

Sale

5%
13

-PRICES IN MARCHMarch 29
Lowest
Salt
Closing or

March 1
Opening or
Bid Ask

6

Jan

3

1% Jan

2

8% Jan

4

Mar 12

3% Mar 13
4y8 Jan 23
17% Feb
1
10% Mar 27
101 % Feb 18
4
5y4 Feb
34% Mar 7
5% Jan 14
1
5% Feb
9% Mar 28
7y8 Jan 29
i% Jan 18

investors

1,300

8,400

12,400

33,900

50

150

Iowa

13,700
81,800
4,500
25,100
1,059,100 1,350,100
10,900
39,900
9,600
67,900
6,200
20,100

75c

4%

Kaiser Industries Corp
4
Kaltman (D) 8s Co
50c
Kansas G 8c G 414% pfd-100
Katz Drug Company
.1

6%

46,100

Jupiter Corp (The)

90,600
17,900

322,900
90

44,600
13,600
20.500
4,300
8,000

10,500
7,200
52,000
46,900
7,600
66,600
15,400

27,100
1,900
25,000
1,100

58.000
14,900

19,100
70,100
59,700
89,100
95,200
19,800
99,600
52,200
109,000
13,300
61,900

6,500

19,800

92,500

900

3,400

800

7,200

4,600
921,400
64,800

6,300

21,500

3,800

15,200
52,300
27,300
8,300

314,000

17,900
4,400
2,900
1,900
3.600,
4,300
3,400
3,700

1,000

19,500
23,700
12,400
14,300
18,100
94,900
8,000
8,800
520,000
81,600
3,600
78,100

200

700

25,700
2,200
2,600
189,200

22,000
1,100

i%
97%
11

4%
2%

Sale
Sale

6%

Sale

14%

Sale

9%
23%
7%
12%

Sale

Kawecki Chemical

25cz

Kay Jewelry Stores Inc
1
Kldde (Walter) 8c Co
-2.50
Kilembe Copper Cobalt Ltd-1
Kin-Ark Oil Company
lOe

Kingsford Company
Kingston Products

1.25
1

Kinney Service Corp.
Kirby Petroleum Co.
Kirkeby-Natus Corp
1
Kirkland Minerals Ltd
1
Kleer-Vu Industries Inc—10c
Klein (S) Dept Stores Inc—1
Kleinert (IB) Rubber—2.50
Klion (H L) Inc
25e

Knott Hotels Corp
5
Kostin Corp
7.50
Kratter (The) Corp cl A—1
Kropp (The) Forge Co-33%c
Kulka Smith Electronics-

2%
1%
1%
3

14%
19%
15%

•A
2%
13%
12

4%

5%
.2 Ya

2%

1

Corporation

25

2%
Sale

Kaufman Sc Broad Bldg Co l
Kavanau

4%
1%
98%
12%

20%
7%

26

A

4% Mar

2%

Sale
Sale
Sale

4%

Sale

Sale
Sale

6%
1%
99%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

14

Sale

25%
6%

Sale
Sale

21%
6Y*
14 y4
2%
1%

Sale
Sale

9y8

Sale

21

Sale

8ale
Sale
Sale
Sale
3%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
2%

14

14%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

12%
Sale

18%
17%
3%
13 y8
13 y8

5y8

14%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
13 y4
Sale

iy8

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

3%
14%

Sale

23%

Sale
Sale

18%
%
2%
14%
12%
4%

17

Sale

16%

16%

15%

14%

15

15

15%

15
12%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

4%

Sale

4%

Sale

L'Alglon Apparel Inc
1
Lafayette Rad <fc Electron—1
Lake Shore Mines Ltd
1
Lakey Foundry Corp
1
Lamb Industries Inc
3
Lamson Corp of Del.
Lamson 8s Sessions Co—10
Lanston Industries Inc
5
Larchfield Corp
1
Lease Plan Internal Corp.l
Lee Filter Corp
1
Lee Motor Products cl
Lefcourt Realty Corp
25c
Leslie Pay Inc class A
1
Levine's Inc
—...4
Liberty Fabrics of N Y—1
5%
preferred
;
10

9%
9%
2%
1%
3%

Sale
Sale

10%
11%
2%
2%
3%
13%
16%
3%
5%
25%

Sale

10%
12%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

£%

3%
Sale

M.

11%
14%
2%
5

22%
2%
2

%

9%
10%
22%
7%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
14%
Sale
Sale

Sale
3%
2%
Sale
Sale
11%
Sale
8

2%
%
10

Sale
2%
Sale

3%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

2%
2 V*
3%
12%
16%
3
5

31%
2%
2

Sale

A

11

Sale
11%

10
10%

18

Sale

18

7%

8

•'

7%

6% Mar
1% Jan

1

Mar l
Mar 20
Mar 5
Mar 4

6% Mar 27
20% Mar 19
6V* Mar 29
13 ya Mar 21
211 Mar 19
1% Mar 13
1
Mar 7
3% Mar 1
14 y8 Mar 26
18 ya Mar 6
17 y8 Mar 1
y4 Mar 13
2% Mar 27
13

Mar

4

12% Mar 21
4% Mar 22

Sale
16%
3y4
Sale
Sale
3
Sale
Sale

Sale
11
Sale

7%

15

Mar 20

10% Mar
11

1

Mar 1
2% Mar 5
2
Mar 25
3% Mar 27
12% Mar 14
16% Mar 1
3
Mar 25
5
Mar 25
25
Mar 1
2% Mar 22
2
Mar 5
% Mar 1
10
Mar 1
10% Mar 6
17% Mar 4
7% Mar 13

8
2y8 Mar 7
99% Mar 25
15% Mar 12
267/s Mar 26
7% Mar 4
22% Mar 4
7% Mar 7
14% Mar 7
2% Mar 4
1% Mar 14
1% Mar 8
4ys Mar 27
15% Mar 12
24% Mar 28
19% Mar 22
A Mar 1
3% Mar 4
14Y8 Mar 13
13% Mar 11
5% Mar 4
16% Mar 4
15% Mar 22
13% Mar 4
2% Mar 1
15

Mar

4

10% Mar 5
12% Mar 28
2% Mar 5
2% Mar 1
3% Mar 7
14
17

Mar 1
Mar 5
3% Mar 7
5% Mar 1
3oy4 Mar 21

3% Mar 4
2% Mar 11
Mar 1
11
Mar 11
11
Mar 4
19% Mar 11
7% Mar 6

7

Ye Mar 22
8
Jan
2
3% Jan
2
8% Mar 14

6% Mar

1%
98%
12
20

4% Mar 29

4%

20% Jan

6% Mar

11 y8 Mar 14
1% Mar 4

10*

—

9% Mar 28

Mar 20
7

9% Jan

2y4 Mar 21
4% Mar 1

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

% Mar
10 % Mar
4 Ya Mar

5
1
8
28
19
13

4 A Jan

Mar 26

15% Mar 28

12%
2%

1%

6 :V

Mar

5% Mar 4
2% Mar 4
2% Mar 1
5
Mar 25

2

16%
15%

Sale
1%

Common

Mar 1
Mar 22
Mar 14
Mar 1
Mar 14

Ye
8y4
3%
8%

Sale
Sale

212
1%
1%
3%
14%

Mar 20

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

15%
1%

•or footnotes, see page




8%

4%
1%
2%

21,400

49,300
132,200
59,400

f*

3%
10%

19,100
16,500
36,800

70

19%

Jeannette Glass Co
—1
Jefferson Construction—1
Jefferson Lake Asbestos—1

6,300
7,900
7,500

17,900

15% Feb 28
3% Mar 19

Public Service Co—

3.90%

Jefferson Lake
Petrochemicals Ltd
1
Series B warrants
Jetronic Industries Inc—10c

60,600

3%

9

86%
12 y4
28%
%
11%
5

Jan 22
Feb 11
Feb 18
Mar 28
Jan 24
Jan 30

10% Jan

9

Jan 10

5% Jan 28
2Ar Jan 28

2% Mar 21
4
Jan 16

3% Jan 16
5
Mar 25

lH

98

10%
13%
6%
20%

6%
12

1
2

Jan 21
Jan 7
Jan 4
Feb 14
Feb 19
Mar 29
Jan
3

2% Jan

2
1% Mar 13
1
Mar 7
3% Jan
3
14

Feb 25
6
2
Mar 13
Jan
3
Feb 12
Jan 24
Jan
2

18% Mar
15 y8 Jan
%
2%
13

11%

4%

7%
2ys
99 Ya
15%

Jan

14

Feb

15

Feb
8
Mar 25
Mar 12
26% Mar 26
10
Jan
4
25% Jan 11
7% Jan 14
15
8
Feb
3
Jan 25
2
Jan 14
1% Jan 8
4ya Mar 27
16
Jan 15
24% Mar 28
19% Mar 22
A Jan 14
3% Jan 22
14% Mar 13
6

15
Mar 20
11% Mar 14
1% Jan 18

5% Feb 8
17% Feb 6
15% Feb 20
17 y8 Jan 18
2% Feb 21

4% Mar 29

5% Jan 28

15% Mar 28

9% Jan

.9% Jan
2% Jan
1% Jan
3

Jan

11% Jan
14% Jan
2% Mar
5

Jan

4
2
2
2
14
3
3
22
2
2

22% Jan
2% Mar 22
2

Feb 26

% Jan 14
9 Ye Jan
2
10% Mar 6
17% Mar 4
7% Mar 13

12%
13%
2%
2%
4%
14%
17 Ye
3%

Mar 28

Feb 12
Jan 29
Jan 15
Jan 22

Feb 14
Jan 23

Mar 7
5% Jan 29
30% Mar 21
3% Jan 25
2% Feb
5
% Jan
2

11% Mar 11
12% Feb
1
23% Jan
4
8% Jan 11

April, 1963

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

Aggregate Sales
in

American
Stock Exchange

price Jan. 2,

Opening

-PRICES IN HABCHMarch 29
Lowest
Sale
Closing or

Bid

Bid

March

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

55,800

106,000

Lithium Corp of America—1

6%

Sale

101,500
2,100

281,000
4,600

Livingston Oil Co

10c

7%

Sale

8%
13%

Sale
Sale

814
14%

Sale
Sale

1,800

14,100
44,400

3%
1V8

Sale

3%

3%

I1/,
9y2

1 Va

Sale
9

28,900
1,600
10,000

17,000

5,000
36,000

24,500
104,700

27,900

69,600

5,200
1,900
18,500

36,500
6,160
71,400

8,800
22,600
2,300
9,900
9,200

43,100
61,300
15,600
46,000
37,900

57,700
61,100
3,000
11,800

363,300
88,500
8,800
44,000
10,000

1,900
13,800
14,600

21,500
13,400
13,800
15,600
52,400

7,000

8,200

53,200

52,600

40,200
46,200
51,800
65,500
164,300
27,600

Opening

CTHPITO

S lULlVO

par

Locke Steel Chain
Lockwood Kessler &
Bartiett class A

jjjjj

2.50
25c

Lodge <Sc Shipley (The) Co_l
Longines-Wittnauer Watch_l

9y8
2%

Louis Sherry Preserves
1
Louisiana Gas Service10
Louisiana Land & Explor_30c

18

MacFadden-Bartell Corp_50c
Mack Trucks Inc warrants.
Macke Vending Co class A_1

2,300

7,900

7,100
57,800

39,300
116,000
30,500
9,000
115,600

10,600

2,900

25,000
3,900
800

55,600

17,400
2,700
168,300

27,000
9,700
23,500
193,500
15,500

3,900

3%

900

3,700

4,400

24,400
6,700
11,800
1,500
26,600

5,800
57,900
7,000
15,300
27,300
116,400

24,800
76,000
4,900
42,600

3,200
16,600
44,000
28,000

12,300
34,400
128,400

21,700

39,400

30,700
12,500
1,100

89,100
45,200

49,000

2,200
11,300
18,600
8,000

2,950
8,800

2,300

18,300
60,500
1,800
45,600

9,800
9,500
23,600
2,200
9,300
58,800
5,800
6,200
4,000
5,000

22,200
7,000
17,600
73,800
2,020
1,300
2,650
For

60,100
162,700
16,100
146,600

32,700
38,900
53,100
5,900

31,700
439,900
19,500
15,000
18,500
20,600
69,800
26,600
30,000
296,800

4,865
.

2,900
8,650

footnotes,




see

Sale

Sale

1

Mar 14

6%

21%
13%
3%
20%
6%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

1%
5%
21%
12%

4V*

4%

Sale
Sale
Sale

6

28%

29%

1

19%

20%

A

%

4%

4%

11
2%
11%

Sale
2"%
Sale

7%

8%
Sale

1
1J
10
1

Micromatic Hone Corp
Microwave Associates Inc—1
Mid-West Abrasive Co
50c
Midwest Investment Co
5
Midwestern Financial
50c

13 V*
13

19%
7%

2.50

-,

,

-

1

4.80% cum pfd ser B
4.50% cum pfd ser C

100
100

Mount Vernon Mills Inc. 2.50
Mountain Sts Tel&Tel—12%
Movielab Inc class A com—1
Movie Star Inc class A
50c
MPO Videotronics class A—1
Muntz TV Inc
1

Muskegon Piston Ring
Muskogee Co
Muter

4

31

7%

2.50
2.50

Company

10
50c

Nachman Corp
Namm-Loeser's Inc

1

Napco Industries Inc

1

5

Nat Nast Inc class A
25c
Nat Alfalfa Dehydrating
<fc Milling Company
3
National Bellas Hess
1
National Bowl-O-Mat Corp_l
Natl Brewing Co (Mich)
1
National Casket Co
5
National Company Inc
1
Nat Elec Welding Mach
1

13 %
20

Sale
Sale
Sale
32

Sale

12% Sale
102
104
24% 24%

10c
ctfs_
1

Monongahela Power Co—
4.40% cum pfd
100

Murray Ohio Mfg Co

15%

•
100

Morse Electro Products—25c
Mt Clemens Metal Products.l
6% cum preferred
4
Mount Diablo Company
1

300

1%
5%

Merrill Island Mining Ltd—1
Miami Extruders Inc—,— 10c

8,200

1,600
1,900
11,800
1,900
4,400

3

Sale

Montgomery Ward & Co A_*

31,900

Sale

—

1,610

3,700
7,800

3%

4%

Warrants

26%
31%

4%
4%
A
22%

„

...

Sale
Sale
%
Sale

9%
1%

Sale
Sale

94
102
96

155
3%
5%
3%
5%
13

26%
9%
3%
5%
4%

26 Va
12%
44%
4

4%
12%
6%
5%

95
103
97%

Sale

7
9

9%

6

53/4
23%
%
5%

Sale

Sale

12%
3y4

Sale
Sale

12%
3%

12%
8y4
12
14%
20%
7%

Sale
Sale

12%
8%
11%
14%
20%
7y8

16%
3%
32%
7%

13%
102%
24%
5%
4%
%
243/4
7%
1%

95
103

Sale

A

Sale
Sale
20%
Sale
Sale
4

6%
6

5

12%
73/4
4

7%
7%
1
4
25

6%
10%
13

Sale

10

Sale
Sale

5%

48

4%
5

Sale
Sale
Sale

14%
7%
2%

Sale
Sale
iy8
4y8
Sale

8%

Sale

Sale

7
1
4

24%
63/4
103/8
11

6%

63/4

Sale
Sale
4

50 V*

2

Nestle Le Mur Co
New Idria Mining «fe
Chemical Co

1

50c

New Jersey Zinc
25
New Mexico & Ariz Land—1
New Park Mining Co
1
New Process Co
•
N v Auction Co
•
N T As Hond Rosario—3.33%
page 98

11

A
31%

Sale
Sale

283/4

10

Sale

2%

Sale

38"%
33%

Sale

36%

34
37%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

2%
Sale
Sale
7

Sale
Sale

H

Sale
Sale

6

19
l
1
14
25
19
14

Mar 14

Mar
23
Mar
6% Mar
1% Mar
J6

95
103
100

Mar
Mar
Mar
162% Mar
3
Mar
6
Mar
3% Mar
6
Mar
14% Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

6y8

Nelly Don Inc

Sale

Sale

52%
%

Needham Packing Co Inc—•

20

14%
Sale

Sale

8%
6%
12%

Sale

Sale
Sale
12%
Sale
Sale

14%
29%

Sale

11

Sale

y2 Mar
Mar
12
Mar
3% Mar
12
Mar
8
Mar
10
Mar
14% Mar
5

101
1633/4 Sale
3
Sale
63/s Sale
3%
4%
6
6%

5%

2%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
12%

24%

100

50%

3%
2%

lO'A Mar I V
v. 4% Mar 26
23% Mar 1

97

National Rolling Mills Co—1
Rubber Mach
10

3%

4% Mar 14
1% Mar 19
18'A Mar 1

Sale
Sale

96

Sale
18 -

3%
2%
6%
8%
8
10%
12%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

103% 105

15%
17%

Sale

Mar 19
11% Mar 1
6
Mar 29

Sale
Sale
Sale

1

Associates—10c
National Transit Co
1
Natl Union Elec Corp
30c
National Video class A
50c
Nedlck's Stores Inc
20c

32

Sale

~7%

Nat Presto Industries Inc
National Research Corp

Nat Telefilm

7%
29%
32%
35%

1534 Mar 27
33/4 Mar 11
32% Mar 4
7
Mar 27
13
Mar 25
102
Mar 7
23% Mar 18
5% Mar 21
4% Mar 14

2A

Natl

4%
25%
273/4
27 Va

Sale

Sale
Sale

15%
20%

27% Mar 19
32% Mar 27
35% Mar 28

15%
3%

11%

ltt

~6%

Sale
32 %
Sale

6% Mar 21

30%
12%

m
153/4
23%

H
,4%
2%
10%
9

63/4
12%
11%

10
2

Sale

Sale

33%
30%

Sale
31%

34%
30%

403%

Sale

40

273/4
10

*

11
7
29
13
25
1

4
Mar 12
Mar 29
Mar 12
Mar 7
Mar 18
Mar 5
Mar 12
Mar 1
8

Mar

4

Mar 14

7% Mar

1
Mar 28
Mar 22
Mar 6
Mar 8
6% Mar 5
103/8 Mar 29

7
1
4
24

Sale
Sale
Sale

4

Mar 25

12% Mar 29
6y2 Mar 1

5y8 Mar
2

19%
11%
6y4
24%

Mar
Mar
Mar

Mar
Mar

AMar
5% Mar
12% Mar
3% Mar
13
Mar
8% Mar
12
Mar
14% Mar
20y8 Mar
8
Mar

4
4
13
28
14
27
4
5

18
22
22
12
1
28
4
1

16% Mar

97
Mar 27
104% Mar 15

5

Sale

Mar

1
4

12% Mar 13
7% Mar 4

Sale
Sale
Sale
4y8
25%

7

Mar

27
20

19
15

Mar

2

22

6
8
33% Mar 28
7% Mar 1
13% Mar 4
105
Mar 29
24% Mar 4
6% Mar 4
5% Mar 25
Mar 1
25
Mar 20
10
Mar 20
1% Mar 1

4

5%
Sale
Sale
Sale

4

Mar

100

Mar
Mar
3% Mar
6% Mar
3% Mar
6% Mar
15
Mar
29% Mar
11% Mar

164

25
18

13
29

Mar

Mar

4

Mar
8% Mar
5% Mar

5

28

12
6
1
1
14
5
21
11

4

32%
13%
48%
5%

11
14
8

Mar
Mar
Mar

14% Mar 28
8% Mar 13
4

Mar

1

9% Mar 15
7% Mar 14
1% Mar 5
Mar
25% Mar
4

7

Mar

6
4
1

10%
13%
2%
15%

5% Jan 14

Mar
Mar
Jan

7
7
2

Jan

3

11% Feb 13
4% Jan
2
1
4% Feb

1% Mar 19

12%
Sale
.

6% Mar 21
15% Jan 24
33/4 Mar 11
31% Jan 15
7

Mar 27

12% Jan
102

Jan

22% Feb
4% Jan
4% Jan

A
22

Jan
Jan

2
10
4
2
24
3
2

4% Feb 21
1% Mar 20

94

Jan

8

101% Jan 10
97% Jan 16
155
Jan
2
3
Mar 29
1
5% Feb
3% Jan 11
5% Jan
3
13
Jan
2
26% Jan 2
9% Jan
2
3% Jan 17
5% Jan
2
4% Jan
2
26
Jan
2
12% Jan
2
45
4

Jan
Jan

7
3

4% Feb 19
12% Jan 2
6% Jan
4
2

Mar 14

7% Feb 13
7
1
4

Mar 28
Feb 21

Jan
2
Jan 31
6% Feb 19
9% Jan
3

22

Mar 28
Mar 5
Mar 1
Mar 28
Mar 4
Mar 11
Mar 7
Mar 5
Mar 20
Mar 25

5% Jan 2
48% Feb 18
% Mar 1
3% Jan
3
2% Mar 18
6% Jan
2
8% Jan
7
6% Feb
6
10% Jan
2
10% Feb
8

A Mar 20

li
29%
12 Va
2%
35

Mar 1
Mar 22
Mar 29
Mar 1
Mar 29
31
Mar 7
42% Mar 11

A Jan
2
28% Mar 6
9% Mar 20
1% Mar 14
31
Jan 31
29% Mar 26
37% Jan
3

28 % Mar 6
93/4 Mar 20
1% Mar 14

323/4 Mar 11
29% Mar 26
40

Mar 29.

-r5y8 Mar 4
2% Jan 25
22% Jan

7y8
56%
%
4%
2%
12%
9%
7y8
13%
11%

l:

12% Mar 29
6% Feb
7

12

6
Mar 4
50% Mar 29
% Mar 1
3% Mar 6
2y8 Mar 18
10 y4 Mar 29
8% Mar 1
63/4 Mar 11
12% Mar 6
10% Mar 1

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

8

Jan 17
Jan
4
Mad 17
Feb 21

8
9% Jan
4% Jan
3
20% Jan 14
% Jan 10
4% Jan
3
11
Jan
2
2% Jan 28
4
11% Jan
7% Jan 23
10 " Mar 19
13 Va Jan
3
19% Jan
3

15% Feb 12
17% Jan 23

15% Mar 20
20% Mar 1

Sale

7y4 Jan

17% Feb 18

Mar 15
Mar 1
Mar 6
Mar 28
23% Mar 28

103/4 Mar 29
13/4 Mar 27

16

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

3%
7%
4%
30%

12%
46%

49
Sale

%
29 y8
12 y4
2

Jan
9
Mar 14
Jan
8

~4% Mar*~7

4%
6V4

Sale

5

3

25%-Mar 7
30% Mar 19

Sale
Sale

-■

33/4
7%

Jan

1% Jan 16
3% Jan 17

Jan 14
Jan
8
22% Jan 10

23%
634
1%

4%
Sale
Sale
Sale

24

8

12 y8 Mar 14
3% Mar 20
193/4 Mar 11
6% Jan
4

3%

5%
4%
A

11%
"3%

Feb

21% Mar 25

23.%

Sale
Sale
4%
Sale

1

10

4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

l3/4
17%
21%
%
23/4

21

13% Mar 26
37/s Mar 21
20% Mar 1

■

_

iy4 Mar 1
6% Mar 14

8% Feb 15
2% Feb
7
17% Jan
2

12 Va Mar 14
3 y2 Mar 20
19% Mar 11
V 6% Mar
1

24%

28

4%

_

——

3
Mar 26
20 y4 Mar 29
22 Va Mar 22
iy4 Mar 4
3y4 Mar 4

4y4 Jan 17
1% Jan 14
9y2 Jan 23
4 V* Mar 12

Mar 20

Sale

Sale
13%
Sale
Sale
5%
Sale
%

14%

5%

5y4
24 y4

4
8

1

5% Mar 6
21% Mar 25

13 %
105

14%

8 Va

18%

Mar
27% Mar
9
Mar

3% Feb 14

Sale
Sale

323/4
Sale
Sale
Sale

104
99% 101
162
163 %

46%

23
Sale

Sale
Sale

11 y8

Sale
44%
4%

1%
Sale

4%
6y8
25%
32 y8
34%
12%

Sale
Sale

30%

1%

4%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

is y2
10%

Sale

Sale

6%.

4%
1%

3%

Sale

3%
19%

1%

4
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
3%
Sale
Sale

5%
Sale
6%
Sale

Sale

17% Mar
21% Mar
1 Va Mar

v-V".

Sale
Sale

3%

9
4

6%

4
Sale

7%
22

34
11%

1%

National Equipment Rental_l
National Petroleum Ltd
25c
2

1%
6%
22%
14%
4ya

Sale

—

22

Monogram Indus Inc

770
320

Sale

1

479,400
74,800

1,440

Sale
Sale

1

Molybdenite Corp of Can—1
Molybdenum Corp of Amer.l

290
180
110
210

22%
iy4
3%

2y2 Mar

1
6
1
5
Mar 28

1

Missouri-Kansas-Texas
Mohawk Airlines Inc

Mar 14

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Mirro Aluminum Co

3% Jan 22
22% Jan 31

2%
19%
22%

4%

30,400
153,100
38,400
79,400

Jan
2
Mar 6
Feb
1
Jan 10
Feb
5

Sale
Sale
Sale

—

Miller-Wohl Co common_50c
4%% conv preferred
50
Milo Electronics Corp
1

1,500
6,100

5% Feb
8
29% Feb 20

2%
18 y8

Sale
Sale

Mining Corp of Canada
Minnesota P&L 5% pfd

2
3
2

8y8

4%
2

24,900
8,000

4% Jan
25% Jan
7% Jan

4

Sale

4% Mar 18
26% Mar 6
7% Mar 28

5

8%

Sale
26 y2
Sale

3

3,900

30% Jan 14

4%

Industries Inc

675

2

Sale
28%

Sale
Sale

17,500

25% Jan

4%
27%

11%
4%

18,000

Jan 31
83 y2 Mar 26

Sale

28V4

350

2

Mar 12

Sale
Sale
Sale
1
3

9y4 Mar 27
97/s Jan 2415 y2 Jan 23

70% Jan

30

26

2
8y4 Feb 18
12% Mar 29

3% Mar 5
1% Mar 29
9% Mar 14
4% Mar 12
20 % Mar 1
83% Mar 26

1

25%
Sale

Prices

6% Jan

Mar 20
8% Mar 11
2% Mar 4
19 % Mar 4
75
Mar 6

1

27% Mar

1
•

Corp

6

Sale

Massey-Ferguson Ltd

Michigan Chemical Corp
Michigan Sugar common
6%
preferred

3%

14% Mar

28%

Sale
Sale

Mill Factors

675

20
81%

27%

5,100
7,000
900
300

Sale

3% Mar 18

914 Mar 27
9% Mar 14

Sale

4
20%
6%

McCrory Corp warrants
McCulloch Oil Corp
50c

11,500

75 %

1

Mead Johnson & Co
M'elnor Industries Inc
wlenasco Mfg Co
Merchants Refrigerating

8% Mar 1
12% Mar 29

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Corp

566,700
54,800
262,200
5,800

Sale
Sale

1

27%

21%
13

Marconi Internat Marine
American dep rets
£1
Marlene Industries Corp_10c
Martin-Mariette
"wts"

117,300
9,200
79,300

3%
1%
9

7% Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

1%
5%

Mangel Stores Corp
1
Mansfield Tire &Rubber_212

206,600

Sale

8%
2%
20%

23 Va
%
2%

•

278,900

8%
914
12%

SINCE JAN. I
Highest
Sale

Sale
Prices

Sale

18

Magellan Petroleum Corp—
Voting trust ctfs
lc
Magna Oil Corporation
50c
Maine Public Service
7
Majestic Specialties Inc—*
Mallory Randall Corp
10c

Maule

Price*

Sale
Sale

1%

Mackey Air Lines Inc—33Vbc

Maryland Cup
Masco Corp

Ask

4%
25%
7%

—2

78,200
96,100

2,400
6,300

Sale

or
Ask

25%

Lunkenheimer (The) Co_2.50

Macoid Industries Inc

or
Ask

RANGE
Lowest

Highest
Sale
Prices

71%

Lucky Friday Silver-Lead
Mines Company
10c
Lundy Electronics <te
Systems Inc
10c
Lynch Corp

March 1

1963

„

35

10% Mar 29
1% Mar 27

4
Jan 23
6% Feb
7

24 y2 Mar 27
% Jan
3

5% Feb 27
13% Feb 25
3% Mar 22
13

Feb 27
4
15
Jan 24
15% Jan 11
20% Jan 28
4
8% Jan

8% Feb

16% Feb 15
4% Jan 11
33 Va Mar 28

8% Jan 31
14% Feb
5
105

24%
6%
5%
li
26%
11%
2

97

Mar
Jan
Feb
Feb
Feb
Jan
Jan
Jan

29
3
14
18
15
24
9

22

Mar 27

104% Mar 15
100% Feb 25
164

Mar 14

4% Jan
9
7% Feb 14
3% Jan
6% Mar
15
Mar
30
Jan
11% Jan
4% Jan
9 % Feb
5% Feb
32% Feb
14% Feb
49% Jan
5y8 Mar

5%
14%
8%
5%

11
18
13

30
11
7
4

11

26
15
22
11

Jan 10
Mar 28
Jan 14
Jan
4

9% Mar 15
8% Jan
7
1% Jan 10
4

Jan

2

28% Feb 13
7% Jan
4
10% Mar 15
14% Feb 8
2% Jan 4
18
Jan 24
23% Mar 28

7% Jan

8

56% Jan 14
1! Jan 31
4% Mar 28

2% Jan 15
13

Feb

14
1
7
13 Va Mar 20
13 y4 Jan
7

9% Feb
8% Jan

% Jan 7
31 y8 Jan
2
12 V* Mar 29
2% Jan
7
38% Jan 2
34
Jan
3
43% Jan 22

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

36
American

Price Jan. 2,

Stock Exchange

1963

Aggregate gales
in
March

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

55,000

94,300
78,400
61,100
5,800
113,500

19,000
7,000
3,000
29,100
8,500
470
710

42,300
8,600
77.200

10,100
112,300
46,500

3,200
800

4,600

8,200
3,000
5,900
800

34,600
1,500

2.730
270,300
26,000
175,100
38,800
389,800
177,300
15,500
2,790
17,800
29,700
13,150
12,800
3,700

12,000

15,000
53,100

1,200

11,200

2,100
7,400
1,025

41.400

3,800

100

30,300
17,900
2,400
1,600
6,500
2,400
5,500
2,600
2,400
12,100
1,800

12,000
1,720
1,200
64,900
49,300
9,300
5,700
21,800
10,100
8,600
9,000
7,700
55,000

5,870

220
520
20
490

2,650

5,900

34,700

9,200
147,000
14,300

57,500
370,800
38,900
4,785
5,300
76,600
19,600
26,300
121,400
20,800
13,900
11,300
2,800
10,000

975

1,400
24,800
5,600
11,400
32,100
7,100
1,200
5,400
600

1,300
54,800
6,500
2,500

1,030
1,000
120

106,200
35,200
6,900

Opening

STOCKS

Shares

Far

Bid

.1

6%

1.25
Norfolk Southern Ry Co
1
North Amer Royalties Inc—1
North Canadian Oils Ltd—25

2
71/2
1%

Noma Corp
Noramco Inc

Northeast Airlines
1
North Pennsylvania RR
50
North Ind PS 4va% pfd_100
Nor Rankin Nickel Mines—l
Novo Industrial Corp
1
Nuclear Corp of Amer
10c

Oak

Manufacturing
20c

Occidental Petroleum

50c
Ohio Brass Co
1
Ohio Power 4Ya% pfd
100
Old Town Corp common
1
40c preferred
7
O'okiep Copper Co Ltd—
Ogden Corp

2%
57
93 %

Ask

Sale
Sale

7%
2%

Sale

Sale

8%
1%
l'/a

Sale

8%

81/2

1%
Sale
Sale

1%
1%
2%

Sale
Sale

l'/a
Sale
Sale

60

61%

59

Sale

95

95%

95

Sale

13%
20%

Sale
Sale
Sale.

Sale

51

Sale

1

6%
10%

Sale
Sale

1
1

3%
31%

3%
Sale

Ya
6va
2

16%
19%
47/a
26 »/4
100

101/4
5%
56i/4
6%
11%

4%
33%

•

$4.75 div preferred
Conv $4.75 div pfd

•

$4.36 div preferred

_•
1

Airlnes

Pacific Northw*t Bell Tel_ll
Pacific Petroleums Ltd
1
Warrants
Pacific Pwr&Lt 5% pfd_100
Packer's Super Markets
1

Paddington Corp cl A
50c
Page-Hersey Tubes Ltd
•
Pall Corp class A
1
Pancoastal Petroleum vtc 2B

■—1

Park Chemical Company
1
Park Electrochemical A—10c
Parker Pen Co class A
2

Class B
2
Parkersburg-Aetna Corp
1
Pato Cons Gold Dredglng__l
Penn Traffic Co
2.50
Pentron Electronics Corp —1
Pep Boys (The)
1
Pepperell Mfg Co (Mass)—20

4

99%
96
102
156

Sale
Sale

291/2
12%

Sale

26%
24%
24%

21

19%

22%
7%
33%

Sale
Sale
29%
Sale
Sale
27%
Sale

25%
24%
Sale
Sale

96%
1021/4
162

95%
3%

Sale
Sale
Sale

29%
28 y8
26%
26%
26%
25
243/8
41/4
100 Ya

171/4
20%
4%

Sale
Sale
Sale

15% Mar 12

Sale
Sale
9%
Sale

26

56

Sale

58%
6%
12

12i/2
Sale

121/2
Sale
Sale

30%
Sale
21%
23%
Sale
Sale
30 y8

91/2
5%

9%
33%
30 y8
27%

100

Sale
Sale
Sale

97%

98%

26%

3%

Sale
142
148
97% 98
3 3/8
3y4

Sale

33/4
541/4
19%
39%
A
33/4

19%

Sale
8%
19%

7%
7%
21%

19

19%

22

ioy4

3A

9%

Sale

3A

7%

7y8
1%
11%

Sale
Sale
Sale
12 y4

78

79%

7%
2y8
11%
71%

12%
72%

Sale

4

4y4

7%
73/4
21%
22%

9
Sale

102% Mar

Sale
Sale

104

Sale
Sale
3%
Sale
Sale
22%
Sale

24% Mar
10% Mar
53/4 Mar

Sale

243/4
11 y8
6y8

Sale

8%

4
26% Mar 11
26% Mar 11
24% Mar 6
24% Mar 6
3% Mar 19
99% Mar 18
97% Mar 27
101% Mar 15
148
Mar 18
96% Mar 22
3% Mar 1

102%

19%

8

27%
26% Mar

Sale

24%

29%

Sale
3%

3

71/4
7%
21%
21%
9%
3A

8
Sale

22%
Sale

Sale

~6% ~7%
1%
12

78

7

Sale

3,300
1,600

10,300

5,600

12,200

9%

Sale

8%

Sale

9%

Sale

10,700
125,100

53,000
446,000

Perfect Circle Corp
Perfect Photo

2.50
*

28%

Sale

39%

Sale

33,200
35,300

183,600
78,700

Permian Corporation
10c
Peruvian Oils & Minerals—1

12%

43/4
12 3/4

Sale
Sale
Sale

41%
4ys
13 y8

Sale
Sale
Sale

il

Sale

29,700

89,700

5%

3,000
2,000

20,900

Phillips-Eckardt Elec
1
Phillips Electronics & Phar¬
maceutical Industries
5

Pepsi-Cola Bottling 0$

1,700
10,900

4,200
5,800
2,900
3,850
22,500
6,400

2,900
6,300
400

19,000
3,200
7,500
2,000

1,400
9,800
29,800
2,000
4,900
1,100

23,200

6,800
5,300
64,000
10,600
26,900
22,500
7,200
71,400

of Long

Island Inc

_25c

Philippine Long Dist Tel—5
Phillips Screw Company—10c

Phoenix Steel Corp (Del)—4
Piaseckl Aircraft Corp
1
Pierce Industries Inc
1
Pioneer Plastics Corp—_—1
Pitts & Lake Erie RR——50

26,600

Pittsburgh Railways Co—.—•
Plant Industries Inc
50c

10,200

Plastlo Materials *
Polymers Inc

Presidential Realty—
2,400
5,300
19,800
16,500
19,600

1,100
5,100
11,700

10c

Plume & Atwood Mfg Co_
1,800 Pneumatic Scale Corp
10
120,400 Polarad Electronics
50c i
7,900
Poloron Products class A
11
30,400 Polycast (The) Corp
2.50
15,100 Polymer (The) Corp cl A—1
2,400- Powdrell <& Alex'er (Del)_2%
23,500
Power Corp of Canada——•
195,100 Prairie Oil Royalties Ltd
1
6,300
Pratt <5s Lambert
•
28,600
Precision Microwave Corp—1
5,300 Precisionware Inc
1
48,500 Prentice-Hall Inc
66%c

14,100

19,900
29,600
63,900
50,900
51,400
2,400
18,400
24,500

Class A
Class B
Preston Mines Ltd
Proctor-Sllex (The)

.10c

.10c
•
Corp—1
Progress Mfg Company Inc_l
$1.25

conv

preferred

Prophet (The) Company

20
1

775
4,600
4,900

21,000

28,900

118,600

•
Public Service of Colorado—
4 %% cum preferred
100
Puerto Rico Telephone
_20e
Puritan Sportswear Corp
•
Pyle-Natlonal Co
.J

10,200

30,600
16,300
3,025

Quality Importers Inc
1
Quebec Lithium Corp
1
Quebec Power Company—*

3.700
550

2,095
11,300

Providence Gas Co

For footnotes, m page




M.

5

%
25
4

3%
11%
6%
7

Sale
Sale
Sale

%
5%

Sale
Sale

Sale

253/4

Sale

43/a
3%
10%

4%
4%

4

Sale
Sale
7%

9%

Sale
104% 106%
Sale
23 va

Sale
Sale
Sale

6

7%

Sale
8%

34%

35%

4%
1%
4%

Sale

12%
9%

Sale
10%

1%
Sale

~214

Sale

31

Sale

2%

Sale
Sale

4y4
3%
8%

9y»
106%
22%

9%

Sale

231/a
3%

4

Sale

33^

Sale

8

8%
33%

107

4ya
13/4

5%
11%
10%
8 1*8

12

10%
Sale
Sale
Sale

31 y2
33/4

11%
Sale

3-A

Sale
32
Sale
3%
Sale

3y4
34%

Sale
Sale
Sale

8%
8%
6%

Sale
Sale
Sale

3%
10%

Sale

11%

Sale
Sale

20%
23%
12%

21%

22%
24%

24%

12%

Sale

11%
23%
24 ya
14%

93%

95
50
Sale
Sale

93%

Sale

93%

56%
10%

Sale
Sale

25

Sale

8%
2%
333/4

Sale

49 ya
9

26%

8%
2%
32%

Sale

24
Sale

Sale

2%
Sale

8%
8va
711
4

4
„

Sale

32%

8%
8%
7%

7%
7%

23

2H
35

Mar 19
8% Mar 25
Mar 26

7% Mar 29
7% Mar 29
7 A Mar 21

Sale
Sale
Sale
4ys
Sale

7A

5

i®ya Mar 7
5% Mar 12
11% Mar 28
101/4 Mar 4
7% Mar 4
2% Mar 21
30% Mar 6
1% Mar 29
3% Mar 18
32
Mar 27

2

31%
13/4
3%

6
1

3% Mar 28
8
Mar 28
33% Mar 22
4ys Mar 28

Sale
12

10

4
4

22% Mar 1
3% Mar 28

Sale

Sale

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

7%

106

3%
Sale
333/4

33%

2

7«
3-flr

\

Sale

Sale

11%

34%

24% Mar 29
4i/a Mar 26
3% Mar 8
9% Mar 15
6
Mar 1

343/4

43/4
1%
6%

5

8% Mar 12

73/a

Mar 19

30%
28y8
27 Yb
27 y8
27 Ya
25%
24%
4%
100%
98%
103%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

14
1
29
19
28
27

Mar
Mar

4

152

Mar

8

Mar 14
6
Mar 19
Mar 4

97% Mar 28
3% Mar 5
25% Mar 18
11% Mar 18
6% Mar 19

1043/4 Mar 4
4% Mar 6
55% Mar 25
19%
41%
%
41/4

Mar 1
Mar 28
Mar 1
Mar 19

11
3
7

Mar

91/2 Mar 27
Mar 28
5% Mar 5
13% Mar 15
i! Mar 28
6% Mar 8

27%
4%
4%
10%
6 Ya

Mar 6
Mar 6
Mar 20
Mar 1
Mar 4
73/4 Mar 1
9% Mar 5
1073/4 Mar 11
253/a Mar 7
4% Mar 4

Mar

10%
26 3/a

Sale
Sale

9%
2%
33%

Sale
Sale

34%

26

Feb
Jan
Jan

Feb
Jan
Feb

24% Feb 15
24 Va Jan
9
3% Mar 19
99
Jan 11
96% Jan 7
101 Va Mar 15
148
Mar 18
95 Va Jan 11
3
Jan 22

6y2
104%
4%
60%
213/4
41%
li
4%

3

2

6»/4

Mar 11
Mar 1

12% Mar 4
11% Mar 14
8 A Mar 22
4% Mar 25
31% Mar 18
2% Mar 7
33/4 Mar 6
Mar 6
35

8%
8%
711
4%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

4

7ya
2%
13

80

10

18
7

20
Feb 20
Mar 8
Jan 31
Jan 18
9
Jan
Jan 14
Jan 17

Jan 10
Mar 28

42

4

7ya
15%
11
6%

Jan

21

Jan
Jan
Feb

9
8
6

29

Jan

9

4% Feb
7
4% Jan 14

Jan
4
Mar 15
Jan 16
Jan
8
Mar 25

12

108

7

5

6
2

6%
13%
11%
8%
4%

7% Mar 29
7% Mar 29
6 A Jan
3

29
13
29

21% Jan 17
23% Feb 12
12% Jan 21

1

93% Mar 1

92% Mar

59
Mar 11
11% Mar 15
26% Mar 29

49% Jan

23% Mar 19

8% Mar 4
2% Mar 21
33% Mar 25

9% Mar 26
2li Mar 4
33% Mar 4

8% Feb 26
2va Jan
3
32% Jan 3

1
4
2

Jan 11

Jan 23
Jan 24
Feb 27
Jan
7

Mar
Jan
Mar
Jan
32
3% Jan
3% Feb
Jan
37

Mar 27

3% Jan 21
10 Ya Jan
2

1
7

4% Feb 19
9% Feb 18
37% Jan 15

30% Jan 10
1% Mar 29
2% Jan 29

8
29

Feb

25% Mar

8

4
4

Jan 10

2
6% Jan
8% Feb 18
Jan 10
10

21% Jan 17
3% Mar 28

Jan

28

Mar 4
Mar 6
Jan
9
Jan
8
Mar 28
Jan
8
Jan 24

3

24% Mar 29
3% Jan
9

9

Jan

3%

19
% Feb
7
5% Jan
2

32

Jan 28
Jan 24
Jan 25
Feb 15

11

12 Ya Feb

Jan

Mar 27

23%

8% Mar 12

105

Feb
7
Feb 14
Mar 8
Jan 24
Feb
1

9
Feb
8 3/a Jan
233/4 Feb

7 5/a Mar 1
3
193/4 Jan
7
19 y4 Jan
8% Jan 8
Jan 15
3
Jan 28
7
1% Mar 20
113/4 Mar 4
3
72% Jan

3%
9%
5%
6%
8%

Jan
3
Jan 25

26 3/4 Feb 19
11% Jan 29

3% Mar 15
2
5% Jan

4% Mar

9

15
Mar 29
Jan 18

98% Mar 19
104y2
164 y2
97%
3%

3
23% Jan
10% Mar 1
5% Feb 28
5
102% Feb
3
33/4 Jan
51% Mar 1
8
18% Feb
36% Feb 11

28 va Jan

Jan
Jan

34
Mar 22
13 Ya Feb 27
22
Mar 19
223/4 Feb 20
9% Mar 28
35
Jan 17
30% Jan 21
28% Feb 13
27% Feb
1
27% Feb
1
27% Mar 28
25% Jan 14
25 Va Jan 28
5% Jan
9
101 Ya Jan 30

"

Mar 20
Mar 12
23% Mar 19
55
10

-

59%
7%
12%
4%
38%
18%

Mar 28
33% Mar 22
4% Mar 28
7
1% Jan
4% Feb 12
Feb 28
12
9% Jan 15
6
7% Feb
2% Jan 21

92% Mar

'

.

32%
29%
27 y8
26%
26%

7
14
15
26
15
25
6
7
29
3

17% Feb 25
22%
6ya
:• 28
100%
11%
6y8

3% Mar 28

94%
—_

Jan

19% Jan
7% Jan

2
2
2
8
4
8
9
9
5
23
6

l

11% Mar
23% Mar
25
Mar
14 Va Mar

■

X76 Jan
7ya Mar
2% Jan

3

8% Mar 1
34% Mar 14
4% Mar 4

4

4
Mar 1
10 Ya Mar 18
22% Mar 4
24
Mar 7
12% Mar 4

Sale
Sale

8
8

42

Sale

4

20

22% Mar 20
93/4 Mar 28
33% Mar 29

Mar
Mar 1
Mar 1
2
12 y4 Mar 13
79% Mar 5

38%
41/2
121/2
%
5%

Sale
Sale
Sale

1

1

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
6 3/a

4i/a
3%
9%
6%
wa
9%

6

22

25% Jan
10
Jan

Mar 22

Mar

96

51
Jan
2
6% Jan 10
4
10% Jan
3% Jan 14
31 y8 Jan
8
118% Mar 22

73/4 Mar 1
8 Ya Mar 25
22 VA Mar 22
22% Mar 22

Mar
Mar

Jan

58% Mar 22
71/a Mar 6
121/2 Mar 8
4% Mar 1
371/2 Mar 11
18% Mar 27

1

Mar 6
Mar 1
Mar 25
Mar 7
Mar 1

Sale

24%

Sale

,

Mar
Mar 15

1% Mar 2o
11% Mar 4
77% Mar 25

Sale
Sale

386,900
13,300

40,900

Mar

513/8 Mar
18% Mar
361/4 Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale

8
1
4
25
18
1
26
1
1

13

Mar

2

1% Feb
3% Feb
61% Mar

19% Feb 28

Mar 14

12% Mar

36 Mt

5%

29
1

6

34

22%
7%
33 Va

Feb
10 ya Feb

Jan
2
Jan
8
Feb 25
Jan
4
Jan 16
92
Jan 11
4
va Jan
57/a Jan
2
l'/a Mar 19

Mar 29
1

11
21

22
23
Sale
Sale
Sale
28
Sale
Sale
Sale

7% Mar 28
3

2

714
1%
it
2%
57%

28

Mar
10% Mar

29% Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

A
3%

4
15
11
4
25
6

Jan

28
100

Sale

22

Sale
Prices

4% Mar 20
231/4 Jan .2
98
Jan 12
9 Ya Mar 25
4% Jan 14

Sale

5
Mar 15
Mar 11
Mar 20
Mar 4
Mar 6
Mar 4
Mar 20

Highest

5% Jan 25
2

17% Mar 28
21% Mar 7
5 ya Mar 27

33%
11%
211/4

25%

104%
3%
4%
Sale
51%

5

7y8

2ya Mar

Sale

Sale

104

Mar

%

Sale

241/2

Sale
Sale

1%
3%
61 Mt
96

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

361/2
18 va

3%

27

Sale

9
2

1
12
Mar 14
3% Mar 20
33% Mar 1
18 Ya Mar 22

26%

3*%

5

6% Mar

27

Sale
Sale
97% 98
103
Sale
152
157

Mar

98 ya Mar 6
9 y8 Mar 25
5va Mar 12

7

Sale
27
Sale

Sale

19%
36%
%
3%

19% Mar 1
4% Mar 20

58%

Sale

10%
5%

3%

Sale
Sale

28

25

Sale
Sale
6% Sale
103
103%

l7/a

98%

95%
Sale

Mar 27
1
Mar 13
'6
l'/a Mar 19

7% Mar 28
27/a Mar 29

v* Mar

7'/a

Sale

11

3%

1
25
5
22
6
4

%

Sale
Sale
5%

23%

56

Prices

4

SINCE JAN. 1

Sale
Prices

Sale

A

Sale
Sale
Sale

1

27

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

RANGE
Lowest

Highest

94

Sale
Sale

18%
7%
33 %
29%
27%
27 %

Sale

59

5%
2%

10
20

8y8
1%
1%
2%

3
58

y*

25%

61/4 Mar
2% Mar

Sale

58

Sale
11%
5Yt

1

Bid

or

6%
2%

■flf

5

Opening

PRICES IN MARCHLowest
March 29
Sale
Closing or
Bid
Ask
Prices

Sale
Sale

231/4

Pacific Clay ProductsPacific Coast Co common—1
5% conv preferred
25
6% conv 2nd pfd A
25
Pacific Coast Props Inc
1
Pacific G&E 6% 1st pfd—25
5%% 1st preferred
25
5%
1st preferred
25
5% red 1st preferred
25
5% red 1st preferred A
25
4.80% red 1st preferred_25
4.50% red 1st preferred 25
4.36% red 1st preferred_25
Pacific Industries Inc
-2
Pacific Lighting $4.50 pfd—•
$4.40 div cum pfd
*

Pantasote Co

1A

or
Ask

98
11 Va
5

10c

American shares
O'Sullivan Rubber Corp
Overseas Securities Co
Oxford Electric Corp
Oxford Mfg Co class A
Class A new com

Pacific Northern

March 1

~

14
17
25
7

8%
8%
7%
4%
12%

18

Jan
Jan
Jan
Mar
Jan

24
18
17

18
28
8

21

23% Mar 29
25% Feb 27
14 Ya Mar 29

94% Feb 15
Feb
6
113,4 Mar 15
28% Feb
1
62

10

Jan 14

3% Jan 21
84
Feb 28

Aggregate Sales
in

March

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

; American

Shares

29,900
600
21,800
33,100
45,700

72,400

3,700
102,600
198,700
114,400
42,200
38,200

7,700
6,300
14,900

46,700

28,300

114,100
14,900
11,000
1,900

6,100

1,500
600

37

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

April, 1963
"

Price Jan. 2,
1963
Opening or

Stock Exchange

STOCKS

-

Par

25c
Inc cl A_*
Industries Inc
20c

Radiation Inc
Ramco Enterprises
Ramer

March 1

.

1

Ramo Inc class A

Bid

8%

10%
8%
6%

Bid

Sale
Sale
Sale

40c

Ravette Inc

~

9%
7ys
1%

Sale

1

Realty Equities of N Y

1

Warrants
Reda Pump

1

Company

Ss
Development Corp
Reeves Soundcraft Corp—

27

11%

10%

11%

Sale
Sale

7%
11%
18

23%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

12%
23%

20

Sale

Sale

18

Sale
Sale
Sale

7

13%
.

Real Estate Investment
Trust of America.
Real Properties Corp of
America class A

9%

10%
7%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

13%

11%
23%

18

Ask

9%

7

20%

1
10

Rapid American Corp
Rath Packing Co

Opening or

Ask

-PRICES IN MARCHMarch 29
Lowest
Sale
Closing or
Bid
Ask
Prices

6%
7%
1%

7%
1%
28

1%
28%

28

Sale
.

Sale
Sale

1
26
28
22
1

20%

Sale

19% Mar

1

7y8

Sale
Sale

1%

1%

28

29

3%
3%
10 Ya
ii
so y4
12%
14 y4
4%
4Va

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
2%
Sale
Sale

4

19

6% Mar 14
7

Mar

4

1% Mar
28 y4 Mar

6
8

l.J i'

Prices

i

t

9% Mai"
107/a Mar
7% Mar
10% Mar
17% Mar
12 y2 Mar
23
Mar

Sale

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices

Highest

6%
17%
11 Ya
23

16
2
Mar 1

16
Feb 19
19% Feb
6
14% Feb 25
26% Jan 24

20% Mar 22

19% Jan 22

20% Mar 22

7y2
7y4
1%
28%

8% Jan

10% Mar 13
11% Jan
8

10% Mar 13:
11
Mar 6
7% Mar 12
14% Mar 1
<
18% Mar 4
13% Mar l
24y» Mar 13

2

10% Feb 11
7% Mar 1
Jan
Jan
Jan

9% Jan

3

6% Feb 20

Mar 21
Mar 8
Mar 11
Mar 12

6% Jan 31
1% Mar 6
27
Jan 21

8

9 V* Jan
7% Jan
t

2

Feb

1

2

4

28% Mar 12

Reeves Broadcasting

7,100
28,400

26,200
119,500
541,600 1,486,800
16,900
42,000
14,350
60,000
26,900
59,300

Reliance Insurance Co—

2%
3%
4%
%
72%
15%
3%

Reinsurance Investment—
Reis (Robert) & Co

1,400

5,800

28,300

85,400

27,800
39,600
41,800

11

Remington Arms Co Inc.
Republic Foil Inc.
Republic Industrial Corp—
Resistoflex Corp
Restaurant Assoc't's Inc_l

2,700

■

6,900
13,000
1,900
2,000
25,000
45.000

4,900
6,000
115,600
200,100

15,000

89,300

5,200
11,000

16,200
57,300

280

1,500
4,800
8,600

1,1600
1,800

6,400
100

10,300

5,200
31,100
5,300
15,500
5,700

33,200

10,800
84,300
11,900
29,400
12,900
16,600
101,900
22,300
27,800
101,700
94,600
107,500

10,500
3,000

21,700
6,900

2,900
4,400

6,500
21,300

20,900

38,500

2,400

5,600
3,600
2,900

4,900

42,400
5,400
10,700
40,600
56,900

600

100

1,200
7,300
4,600
9,600
4,800
3,700

86,000
8,700

41,700
11,600
14,500

32,000

90,800
34,500

22,000
140,200
12,600
4,200

244,300
6,000
9,800
34,300

73,000
35,900
6,300
14,300
10,200
2,100
4,000
7,500
79,300
19,300

359,400
22,200

24,000
789,600
30,100

32,200

104,600

286,600
171,300
21,300
57,700
26,300
7.100
4,000

93,400
324,000
69,000

120
25

340

725

25,800
87,500

358,900

125

1,025

8,200
46,400
5,70ff

62,300
21,300

147,900
15,600

1,800

4,300

450

1,900
10,300

2,000
1,170
800

9,630

4%
14%

Republic-Transcon Indus—
Argentine Mining
Ridgeway Corp.
Rio Algom Mines Ltd

8%
1%
6%
10%
%

£

Rico

Warrants series A

Rio Grande Valley Gas—
Vtc extended
Ritter Finance Co Inc—

_1

Rodney Metals Inc
1
Rogers Corporation
•
Rollins Broadcasting Inc—1
Rolls-Royce Ltd—
American dep rets reg—£1
30c
1
1
5

Roxbury Carpet Co
1
Royal American Corp
50c
Royal School Laboratories_lc
Royalite Oil Co Ltd
•

Sale

8
12

4%

14

3%

5%
7%

Sale

3%
7%
4y8
8%
11
2%
11%
13%
3%

•
25c
25c
10
—1

Screen Gems Inc_
_1
Scurry-Rainbow Oil Ltd_3.50
Seaboard Allied Mill'g Cp_l
Seaboard Plywood & Lum
1
Seaboard World Airlines
3
Sealectro Corp
25c
Season-All
Industries Inc_l

21%
19%
19%
%
L- ■

5
8%
5%
9%

37/a
17%

12— Mar

% Mar

5%' Sale

5ya Mar 19

1

13 %

9%
13%
4%

20c
•

—1
5
Shawinigan Water & Pwr—•
Sherwin-Williams Co
12.50
4% preferred
100
Sherwin-Williams of Can
•

4

11%

~5
27%
80%
94%
21%

Siboney-Caribbean Pet

10c
Signal Oil & Gas class A 2

88
4

88 y2

11%
16%

Sale
Sale

4
4y8 Mar 6
11% Mar 29
13% Mar 14

4
Sale

4% Mar 8
4% Mar 26

Sale

4ys Mar 1
7% Mar 22
3% Mar 1
8
Mar 7
10
Mar 5
2
Mar 29

4y4
7y4
5y8
7%
10%

4%
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

22
20

'

20 "

ii
Sale

8%
5%

%

7%
Sale
8

:

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

3%;

11

21%

22

22
20

20

20%

1%
5%
10%

Sale
Sale

19%
lVa

Sale

~9

~9%

Sale

4%
16%

Sale
17
Sale
7%

12%
7%

12%
4%
4

12%

12%

Sale
Sale
Sale

~6% ~7

96

96
23

•<-'
Sale
Sale
97 %
24
Sale
Sale

28

78%

%

Sale
Sale

26 %

28
Sale

28
4

Sale

Singer Mfg Ltd—
Am dep rets ord reg shsJEl
Skyline Homes Inc cl A 50c

5%

5%

5%
15%
6%

6
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

25
25
25

81%
23%

%
1%

4,800
3,600
1,400
5,700

7,700
1,700

19,000
25,300
3,300

cum

4.24% cum
4.08% preferred
25
Southern Calif Petroleum
2
Southern Realty & Util
1
Southland Royalty Co
—5

Fo* footnotes, aee page 94




conv

Sale
j

4%
Sale

10 y8

13%
4

3%
11%

9%
6y2
27%
80%
96 %
%
25%

Sale
Sale
27%

26%
4%

%
41

14%

15%

29

Sale

Sale
Sale

34%

32

6%
Sale
Sale
97

23%

42%

27%

8»/2

22

42

7y8
15%

87%
23%
22%
18 %

2%
75

90
Sale
23%

23%
Sale
Sale
77

Jan 14
Mar 26
Jan 14

18% Jan 30
9

2%
8%
12%
%

Jan
7
Feb 25
Mar 11
Jan 28
Jan 22

Jan
Jan

4% Jan

2

6% Jan 22

4% Jan
2
6% Mar 25

5% Jan 25
9% Jan
8

Mar 22
Mar 1
Mar 15
Mar 29

Jan
3
4% Mar 6
11% Feb 28
13 y4 Jan 24

89% Jan 23
5Y* Jan 21

4% Mar 8
5% Mar 14

3% Jan 21
4% Mar 26

-

5% Mar 11
■

5y4 Mar 14
7% Mar 6
87%
4%
12%
16%

4y4
7%
5%
8%
11 Ya
3ya
11

12%
4%

3%
16 y2

*3%
3y2
21
3

v

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

85

4

3% Jan
2
7y4 Mar 22
3% Mar 1
7
Feb 11
10
Mar 5
2
Mar 29

.

12
27

>

11
13
25
28
28
8

9y8 Mar 19
8

10
Mar
3% Jan
2V4 Jan

7
27
4
5

='

*

14

Jan 24

16% Mar 29

4V* Mar
6 i Jan
4Yt Feb
8y2 Jan

5%
10%
12%
3ya
12%
13%

Mar
Jan

8
15
14
4
27
7
19
25

Feb
Mar
Jan 10

Jan
4% Mar

3% Mar

2
8
7

Jan 31

14% Jan
2
2% Mar 28

17

Mar 18

4

Jan 22

Mar 19
9

3

Mar 19
Mar 1

2
2

3% Jan 27

20% Jan
2% Jan

8
2

21

7% Jan

7

12% Mar 26

Mar 27
Mar 22
Mar 4
Mar
1
Mar 6
Mar 27
Mar 19
Mar 4
Mar 12

20% Mar 20
1A Mar 27
6 Vi Mar 22
10% Mar 11
5% Mar 8
10
Mar 11
5% Mar 4
20 % Mar 29
13% Mar 15

19 V2 Jan

8y4 Mar 15
4
Mar 4

20
1

5%
9%
5

7% Mar 4
3
Mar 28
4% Mar 11
Mar 20
7
Mar 21
7
617. Mar 4
14% Mar 19
9% Mar 1
12% Mar 1
4
Mar 13
3% Mar 20
11% Mar 25
9
Mar 19
6% Mar 18
27% Mar 15
76% Mar 18
96% Mar 15
Mar 26
23
% Mar 1
Mar 6
25
26% Mar 7
3% Mar 12
Mar 21
Mar 14

2

Sale

29%
Sale

"

Jan 29

Feb
1
Mar 29
Jan
8
Feb
8
Feb
4

16
8
2
3

Jan
Jan

21% Mar 20
19% Jan 28

Sale
Sale

Sale

16

29

1%
6%
10%
%

22% Mar 26
20y» Mar 7

Sale

Sale

2'/a
43

12% 13%
28% 2 9

47%
6

Sale
6%

15%

Sale

6%

Sale
7%

7

A

38

Mar 11

12% Mar 25
28% Mar 4

45% Mar

8

5% Mar

8
13
14
15

Mar
6% Mar
6% Mar
15% Mar
29% Mar
33% Mar

15

25
29

15%
29%

Sale
Sale

337/a

Sale

30%
26%

29%
26%
90%

30%
Sale

30

84
24.
24

84 y*
23%
24 y»
23%

87
Sale

17%

Sale
Sale

82
Mar 7
23% Mar 22
23% Mar 6
23
Mar 11
17
Mar 11
3
Mar 26

78

74% Mar

21

Southern Calif Edison—

8.33%

Feb

7

2
2
4

21% Mar 20
20% Mar 7

11%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
12V8
Sale

46%

original pfd

4
26
11
1
4*

2

2
Jan
2
Jan
Mar 11
3
Jan

4% Jan
14% Jan

6
1

2

12% Mar 26

Sale

157/a

Sale

5%

Mar

8

Jan

5

8% Mar

Sale

97/s

41%

preference
preferred
preferred

20% Mar 1
2% Mar 29

8ys

13

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
11%

Sale

8

1
1
15
Mar 5
2"% Mar 28
3
Mar 18

Sale

Sale

:6Va ~6%

Mar

4% Mar
2y4 Mar

97/a

71V

1%

9Va Mar 19
10

5

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

86 y4 Mar

9!4
4%
17

10%
5%
9%

6%
15%

23

4% Mar 26
6% Mar 25

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

6

Sale
Sale

Sale
27%

4.48%
4.32%

22%
20%
20%
1-A

Sale

14%
27%

L300
14,400
6,000
3,100

Sale

7y»
8V*

Simmons-Boardman Publish
Corp $3 conv preferred
•
Simpson's Ltd common
•
Sinclair Venezuelan Oil
1

~700

y

Sale

46

26%

21

2%; Sale

Sale
Sale

44%

25
25

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

7%
8%

100T

4.78% cum preferred
4.56% cony preference

8
11 y4

3y8
5%

4%

%
1%

11,500

Sale

3%
5%

10c

3,000

7%

2% Sale
16»/2 Sale
2%> 3
3%
3%

Sale

25c

5,300

4%

8%

Sale

7

%
72%
11
14
3%

3%
3%
10 Ya
ii
82%
12%
16%
4%
5%

3 Ya Jan

'

4%

31%

12

20%

20c

7%

10%

Sale
Sale

26%
26%

•
1
Soss Manufacturing Co
1
South Coast Corp
1
South Penn Oil Co
12%

3

3

20%

2

Slick Airways Inc
Sonotcne Corp

4V4

Sale

Sale
8

Sale

6%

3

Servomechanisms Inc
Seton Leather
Shaer Shoe Corp____
Shattuck Denn Mining

Sale

3%

...5%

Seeman

1
1

Sale

6%

4%

9%
6y8
2%

~6%

Seligman & Latz inc
Servo Corp of America

5

4%

18
Sale
6%
3

•

Precision

4% Mar

% Mar 11

5%

•K

Security Freehold Petrol
Seeburg (The) Corp

Creek

,.

A

3%

7%

v4% Jan

Mar 29
12% Mar 18
14% Mar 4
4% Mar 26

2% Mar
8% Mar

2y4
8%
11 y2

15% Mar
7y4 Mar

3
2y8 Jan
3% Feb 25

81

2
Mar 5
8
Mar 1
11 y4 Mar 21

7%

5y4
4ya
7%
3%
7%
10%
2%
9%
10%
4%
2%
15%
3%
3y4

7V»

—

Silvray Lighting Inc
Simca Automobiles—
Amer dep receipts

Mar 6
Mar 1
12
Mar 1
14
Mar 11
4
Mar 7
4Va Mar 19

87
Sale
Sale
14 Ya

4%
11%
13%

20%
Sale

Silver

3% Mar 29
10 Va Mar 29
% Mar 15

16 y4 Mar

3%

20%
2%

Corp

3 % Mar 29

1
1

Mar
Mar

8
1

15%

Sale

5

St Lawrence Corp Ltd
•
Salem-Brosius Inc
2.50
San Carlos Milling Co
Ltd
16 pesos
San Diego Gas & Elec Co—
Cum pfd 5% series
20
Cum pfd 4%% series
20
Cum pfd 4.40% series
20
Barcee Petroleums Ltd
50c

Class B
Silicon Transistor

Mar 12

Sale
Sale

86

12
Sale

3Va
3%

.

2%
3%
6%
%
76 Ya

"

Sale

4Va
11%

1,400

5,800

7%
2%

5%

2%

Bros

Sale
Sale
2%

Sale

15 Ya

Savage Arms Corp
Savoy Industries Inc
Saxon Paper Corp com
6% conv preferred
Sayre & Fisher Co

Sale

16%

A

1
1
1

_

Sale

A

85 Va

28,800

7,500

12

Sale
Sale
Sale

50c

Togs Inc class A
Ryan Consol Petroleum
Ryerson & Haynes
Russ

Sale
Sale
Sale

14%
4ya
4%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
3%

1

Russeks Fifth Ave Inc

Sale

76%

Sale

1.50

Rusco Industries

Sale
Sale
Sale

H

Sale

4%
8%

1,500
40,900
50,400
12,300
25,700
25,700
66,100

15,900
10,800
5,200

2%
3y8
6%

,

Class B common
1
Robinson Technical Prod_20c
Rochester Gas & Electric—
4% preferred F
100

Roosevelt Field Inc
Roosevelt Raceway Inc
Rosenau Brothers Inc
Ross Products Inc
Rowland Products Inc

4%

2%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
15%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
1%
6%

29%
26 Va
86
80
23%
23%
22%
17 Ya

3%
74

23%
Sale
4

75%

3

76%

24%
23%

Mar 13

26% Mar 18

4

5% Mar

-

4f

Jan
Jan

5

4
4
2
3

8ys Jan
Feb 27
9y« Mar 27
3% Jan
2
16% Feb 28
2
9y4 Jan
5

9
6% Jan
2% Feb 13
4% Mar 11
7
Jan
3

4

8

Mar 8
8% Mar 4
8
Mar 28

Mar 21
Feb 13

7
6

Jan

2

16% Mar 28

13

11 Ya Mar 11
14
Mar 18

8% Jan 17
12% Feb 28

4%
4Va
12%
9%
7
28

~
81%
97%
23

A
26%

Mar

Mar 1
4% Mar 28
14 Mar 1

28

3% Mar 20
11% Jan 24
9
5

,

26%
74%
96

Mar 19
Jan
2
Jan 24
Feb 12
Jan 11
Jan 25
2
Jan
Mar 6

10

Jan 22

Jan 11
Feb 12
Jan 28
Mar 22
Jan 13

Mar
Jan

8
8
4

5% Mar
20y« Mar 29
13% Mar 15
8 y4 Mar 15
4% Feb 21
6% Jan 22
9y8 Jan 28
12
Jan 16
8
Mar 28

17%
11%
14%
5%
4%

Feb
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Feb

18
24
31
11
7
19

13
9% Mar 14

7y4 Feb 20
Feb 27
83% Jan
9
97% Mar 12
28

7
3% Mar 12
A Mar 21

Jan 25
7
8
27% Jan
28% Jan 24
3
5
Jan
it Jan 18

1% Jan 14

2y8 Mar 19

Mar 11

49% Jan 22

23%
%
25

26% Mar

2% Mar 19
Mar 28

38

14% Mar 8
29% Mar 18
47% Mar 29

28

45

Mar 13

4

1

Mar 4
Mar 8
Mar 14
Mar 7
Mar 1
Mar 8
Mar 12
Mar 26
Mar 1
Mar 1

22%
20V4
20%
1A
6%
11%
5%

12% Mar 25
Jan

3

41% Jan

2

5% Mar

25

•fs Jan

16
30
50

Jan

10

Jan 28

Feb 14

Mar 28

8

6

Jan 18
6% Mar 14
6% Mar 15
15% Feb 13
27y8 Jan
3
31% Jan 2

17

30% Mar 12
27% Mar 15

29% Jan
3
26% Feb 28

32% Jan 17
27% Mar 15

f)4% Mar 28

Mar 7
82
23% Mar 22
23% Feb 28
22% Feb 15
Mar 11
17
2% Jan 2
74% Mar 4

ii% Jan~30

6
17

6%
7%
16%
33

37%

Mar 28
Mar 7
Mar 8
Mar 7
Mar 4
Mar 4
Mar 11

23% Mar 14
24 Ys Mar 15
23
Mar 11
18
Mar 21
4
Mar 4
77
Mar 25

11

„

Mar
7y8 Jan

7
8

8y<t Jan 14
17Yb Jan 22
33% Feb 27
37 y4 Mar 11

25
25

Feb 12
Jan

30

23% Jan 24
18% Jan
4
4% Feb 28
77
Mar 25

38

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

Aggregate Sales
in

American
Stock Exchange

Price fan. 2,
1963

PRICES IN MARCH

.

March

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

6,900

18,600

11%

Sale

7,600

26,900

Speedry Chem Prod cl A_50c

5%

6,600
70,400

48,000
350,800

Spencer 8hoe Corp
1
Bperry Rand Corp warrants-

9%
7%

5%
Sale
Sale

24,200
18,600
10,100

137,700
95,000
23,800

Sports Arenas Inc

lc

1%
18 %

Sale
Sale

800

2,550

7%
23%
13%
4%

Sale
24
Sale
Sale
Sale

Opening

STOCKS

P.r

or
Ask

Bid

March 1
Opening or

Bid

March 29

Closing

Ask

Bid

RANGE S:

JAN. 1

Lowest

Highest

Sale

Sale

Prices

Prices

Sale
Prices

Lowest

Highest

Sale
Prices

or

Ask

Speed-O-Prlnt Business

4,600
16,900

35,100

11,600
3,500

23,700
11,200

11,500

24,700

2,200
3,000

9,000

56,600
11,700
45,800
600

33,800
3,000
9,100
23,200

10,300
29,100

4,000
800

33,100

18~900
11,100
20,300

61,900

14,900
195,500
67,500
139,900
2,900
46,700

20,500
28,500
64,200

35,200
56,600
19,700
3,500
171,300
1,200

56,100
60,200

Machines

Corp.

Standard Brands Paint
Standard Dredging Corp
$1.60 conv preferredStandard Porgings Corp.
Standard Metals
Standard Products Co—

1

1
-20
—1
-3c
_1
_1

Standard Shares Inc

Standard-Thomson Corp—_1
Standard Tube class B
1

Stanley Aviation Corp

8

10c

Stanrock Uranium Mines
1
Star Industries Inc cl A
1
Starrett (The) Corp
10c
50c dlv conv pfd
50c
Statham Instruments Inc
1
Steel Co of Canada Ltd
•
3teel Parts Corp
5
Stelma Incorporated
10c

•

58,800
275

37,800
5,200
35,600
7,400
31,000
1,100
1,500
8,000

223,800
27,500
111,300
5,700

10,400
25,900

Sale

9%
6%

Sale

2

Sale
Sale
Sale

Struthers Wells Corp

Sale
Sale

2

21%
8%
24%
14%
4y8

Sale
Sale

Sale
31

5%
3%
8y4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

%
13%
2%

2%
11%

12
Sale
Sale

ey«
35%

25%

Sale

26%
2%
11%
9y4
17%
17 y4
7%

5%
3%
8%

Sale

«

3J/s
11%
9%
17 y2
19%
7%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

20 %

Sale
17%
Sale
32 y2

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

6

1%
3iy2
25%
4%
5y2
6%

2%

2

Sale

6%

%

«
1

Sale

18

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

2%
10%
7%
38%

17%
2%
10%
7%
43 y4

40%
31%
31%

common-

Class B common—
4% cumulative pfc

Tampa Electric Co.
Tastee Preez Ind Inc

20%
13%
13J/4
17%

Sale
Sale

13%
13%
17 y4
1%
31%
23%
4%

Talon Inc common.
Cl A

1

11%

2y4
6%
%
%

Sale
Sale

4%
13V8
31%

Sale

11%

2%

6%
%
%
12%

9
25
14 y8

.

14%

6%

2

21%

Sale

30

Sale

17,300
18,400
11,700
146,400
361,100

77,700
19,200
166,600
1,100
96,800
22,100

10%
17 %
Sale
Sale

9%
7y8

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

7

11,000

49,200
5,300

Sale
12%

Mar 22

4%
8%
6%
1%
21%
8%

Sale
Sale
Sale

2,100
5,000

44,000
199,100
14,800

8

10

Sale

4%
5%

5,700

35,700
47,900

17%
Sale
Sale

10%

4%

'19%

tSupercrete Ltd
25c
Superior Window cl A
10c
Supermarkets Operating_50c
Supronics Corp
25c
Swanee Paper Corp
1
Symington Wayne Corp wts_
Syntex Corporation
2

6,200
17,400
24,400
81,200
5,900

17%
17%

10%

1
1
4

20,900

113,800

11
9

Sale
5%

-1

Stop & Shop Inc
Strong Cobb Arner Inc

Sunair Electronics Inc
10c
Sunset Internet Fetroleum_l

37,300

Sale
11%
Sale

40

(John B)

17,300
208,200

4,800
18,200
24,200
2,850
77,700
28,800
151,200
66,600
515,700

2%

Stetson

3,900
52,300
8,500

4,800
5,400
8,000
1,900
22,400
28,800
42,100

%
22 Vt

19%
12 y8
10%
16 y4
1%

Stylon Corp

119,900

Sale
3%
8%
Sale
Sale

6

Stepan Chemical Co
1
Stephan (The) Co
50c
Sterling Aluminum Prod 5
Sterling Breweries Inc
1
Sterling Precision (Del)_10c

162,800
21,600

21,900

32%

3%

5,300

3,800

12%
31%

12%
5 V4

32%
Sale

8

37%
38

8%

Sale
Sale

Technical Materiel
Technical Operations Inc—•
Technicolor Inc
—1
__—

Tel-A-Sign Inc

20c

Telectro Industries

10c
1
•

TelePrompTer Corp
Teleregister Corp
Warrants

Television Industries

—1

Tenney Engineering Inc—10c
Term-Hudson Electronics_25c
Texas P <& L $4.56 pfd
•
Texstar (The) Corp
10c
Textron Electronics Inc
50c
Textron Inc warrants
Thew Shovel Co
5

Thompson-Starrett Co
70c conv preferred

10c
10

Thorofare Markets Inc
25c
Thriftimart Inc class A
1

Sale

8%
46%

24%

24%

20%

Sale
Sale

8%
2y4
2%
5%
5y8
2%

Sale

9%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

2

2

Sale

2%

Sale
Sale

2%
3%
6%

Sale
Sale
Sale

1%
3%

2%
3%
7%
96
%
5%
13%
20%
1%
11%
16%
22%

Sale
98%
Sale

6y8
Sale
Sale
Sale

11%
17%
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
32

5%
Sale

8%
Sale
Sale
Sale
12
»
Sale

17%
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

5% Mar

6
5

26
20
13

9% Mar

4

7% Mar

7
1

Mar 20
Mar 7
24
Mar 7
13 y8 Mar 20
4y8 Mar 1
11
Mar 5
31
Mar 8

5% Mar 5
3% Mar 26
Mar 22

8

% Mar 19
25
2%
liy2
8y4
17 Ye
17 y4

Mar 15
Mar 1
Mar 5
Mar 15
Mar 12
Mar 1
7% Mar l

19% Mar 18
13

Mar

8
12% Mar 25
17 y2 Mar 4
1% Mar 1

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

23

Sale
Sale
Sale

1% Mar 27
6y8 Mar 15
% Mar 5
% Mar 1
17 y4 Mar 14
2% Mar 11
9% Mar 6
6% Mar 19
38% Mar 1

iy4
18

2%
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Mar 1
4y4 Mar 19
5% Mar 28
Mar 12

6

39%
37%
37%
8%

Mar 29
Mar l
Mar 11
Mar 11
Mar 1
Mar 20
Mar 27
Mar 1
Mar 1
Mar 1
Mar 8
Mar 19
Mar 19
Mar 8

8%
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
2%

22 y8

22 Ye
17

5%
Sale

5y4
5%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

iy8 Mar 20
3y4 Mar 20
5% Mar 29
99
Mar 8
% Mar l
57/a Mar 14
10% Mar 29
21% Mar 28
1% Mar 25
11% Mar 28
16% Mar 26
21 y8 Mar 19

Sale

2»/2
5y8
4%

100%

%
6%
12%
23%
2ya
12%
17

22%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

12%
Sale
Sale

20%

10%
1%
2%

3%
5% Sale
100
102%
%
Sale
6y8
Sale
12% Sale
Sale
22%
2

11%
16%
22%

2%
22%
9%
25%

Mar
Mar 8
Mar 11
Mar 19

15

Mar

5

4% Mar 28
13 V* Mar 28
31% Mar 11

5% Mar
4

8

Mar 12

8% Mar 28
1A Mar 8
27
Mar 1
3y8 Mar 13
12

Mar 14

9%
17%
20 y4
8%

Mar 26
Mar 25
Mar 18
Mar 12

21%
14%
13%
17%

Mar 26
Mar 5
Mar 1
Mar 27
1% Mar 1

32%

8%
47%
16%

8%

17

99

25%

,

43%
67c
12 %c

Sale

12% Mar

27

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

46

16%

9%
1%
2%
4ys
4%

1%

25% Mar 29
4% Mar 1
6y4 Mar 1
6% Mar

2%
6%
18
iy8
18%

1

Mar 11
Mar 1
Mar 28

7%
45%

Mar 26
Mar 5
Mar 1
Mar 25
Mar 5
Mar 27

42

Mar 22

40%
40%
8%
47'/a
18 Ye

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

2%
10%

18
19
26
29
14

Mar 8
23% Mar 21
11 Ye Mar 11
2
Mar 1
25

3ya Mar 14
5V2 Mar 22
5% Mar 28

2% Mar 29

2% Mar
3% Mar

1
8

67/s Mar

1

Mar 25
11 Mar 4
6% Mar 1
13% Mar 4
24
Mar 15
2y4 Mar 8
13
Mar 8
27
Mar 1
22% Mar 1

101

Mar 22

10

4% Mar 27
8% Mar 26
6% Mar 20
1% Jan
2
18% Jan
3
7% Jan
2
23%
13 Ye
4
11
30

Feb 11
Mar 20
Jan
4
Mar 5
Feb 28

5% Mar
3% Jan
7% Jan

if

Jan

5
9

16

2

22 Ye Jan

2
2% Jan
3
11
Jan 16
8Y4 Mar 15

17 Ye Mar 12
16% Jan
4
7% Jan 31

135/e Jan
6% Jan
12
Jan
8 V* Jan
2% Jan
24% Feb
9% Mar
25% Mar
17% Jan
4% Jan
14
Jan

8

22

14
17
21
6

ll
19
25

28
10
32% Jan 14

6% Jan 14
4% Jan 18
9% Jan 29
1% Feb 13
28% Feb 18
3% Feb 13
12 V4 Feb 13
11% Jan 25
18% Jan 22
20% Mar 18
7
8% Feb

8

Feb
8
Feb
4
Feb 13
Mar 27
Jan 23
40
Jan
2
25% Mar 29
1
5% Feb
8% Jan 21
Jan
2
7

1% Mar 27

2% Jan 14

19%
12%
10%
16%
1%
32 Ye

Mar 18
Jan
3
Jan
3
Feb 15

Jan
2
Feb 11
19% Jan 2
4ys Jan
2
5% Jan
2
6

6

Feb

Jan

% Jan
% Jan
13 y4 Jan

4
2
3

4

2% Mar 11
9% Mar
6y8 Jan
35

Jan

39% Mar
30% Jan
30% Jan
8
Jan
42% Jan
16 y4 Mar
22 Ye Mar
16% Feb
8% Jan
1% Feb
2Y4 Jan
3% Jan
4% Mar
1% Mar

iy8
2%
4%
98%
%

5%
10 y4

20%
1%
11

16%
21 Ye

6
2
2

29
4

7
8
2

20
27
28
2

28
2
24
19
8

Mar 20
Jan 11
Jan 24
Jan
4
Jan
2
Mar 14
Mar 29
Jan
2
Jan 21
Feb
7
Jan
4
Mar 19

23V2
15%
14 y2
17%
1%

7YB Jan
18 Mar
iy8 Mar
20
Jan

18
28
26
25

3% Jan 25
4
12% Jan
5
8% Feb
45% Mar 27

42
Mar 22
40 Ye Mar 18
40% Mar 19
8% Mar 26
48 V* Jan 31
18 % Mar 14
29% Jan 23
23% Mar 21

11%
7%
3%
5%
6%
5%

Feb
Feb
Mar
Mar
Jan
Jan

21
11
14
22
4
18

4
2% Jan
3% Mar 8
6% Mar 1
101% Feb 11
% Jan 29
6% Mar 1
4
15% Feb
24
Feb 26
2% Feb 15
13
Feb 20
9
18% Jan
24 % Jan 11

Tobacco Secur Trust Co700
900

200

3,200
950

2,800
29,700
3,300
8,500
30,500
6,900

3,000
4,900
5.30O
46,500
2,900

8,600
2,775
4,900
91,900
17,300
22,100
76,300

22,400
8,000
16,600
16,600

126,700
10,100

13,100
1,500

44,400

300
100

3,100
2,300
22,300
90,000

5,500
29,000

25,200
3,300
10,600
37,800
200

3,200

120,100
17,300
31,600
100,300
1,700

200
690

——

240

4,700
46,500

17,100
26,000
70,000

2,600

9,300

3,800

11,400

7,700

32,800
10.30Q

7,200

2,000
For

footnotes,




Am

dep rets def reg

5c

21*«

Am

dep rets reg

5s

6%

20

21%
90%
3%
3%

Todd

Shipyards Corp

Toledo Edison 4%* pfd_100
Tonopah Mining of Nev
1
Tower Universal Corp
1

Town Photolab Inc
5c
Trans-Lux Corp
1
Trans World Airlines *wts'

Transportation Cp Amer.lOc
Transue & Williams Steel
Forging Corp
•
Trav-ler Industries
1
Triangle Conduit <fe Cable 1
Tri-Continental Corp warr
True Temper Corp
10

Unexcelled Chemical Corp
Union Gas of Canada

5
•
4

Union Investment Co
Union Stk Yds of Omaha_20
United Aircraft Prod
50c
United Asbestos Corp
1
United Canso Oil <& Gas vtc_l
United Elastic Corp
•
United Foods Inc
1
United Imp <fc Inv Corp_2.60
United Milk Products.^
5
.

United Molasses Co Ltd—
Amer dep rets ord reg.lOs
United N J Ry & Canal.lOO
U S Air Conditioning
50c
U S Ceramic Tile Co
1
U S Natural Gas Corp
1
U 3 Rubber Reclaim Co
1
United Stockyards Corp._25c
Universal American Corp—
1962 series warrants
1953 series warrants

see page

96

3
7

2%
7
22

3

3

3

12%
4%
9%

Sale

4%
Sale

4%
9%
33%
29

Sale
10

Sale
Sale

8

12%
4%
7%

Sale
Sale
Sale

13

Sale
4%

93%
3%

4'A
10%
32%
32%

Sale
Sale
33

Sale

7%

Sale

17%
12%

16%
12%
21 Ye
4%
31«

17%

17%

12 y4
22 y4

13
23

4%
3%
lis
37%

4%
Sale

22

Sale
Sale
Sale

3TV
40
7

40%

Sale
37%

Sale
Sale

4 Ye

Sale
Sale

6%

4%
5%

5%

6y8

4%
4%
184% 186
2% Sale
5
Sale
7

Sale
5%
5%

5%
5%

2%
2%

4
4

711
21%
92%
3%
3%
3%

9%

21%
Sale
3%
Sale
3%

7%
Sale
Sale
3%
Sale
4y8

.

Sale
2%

7%

4%
193 %

2%
7y8
6%
6%

5%

4%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
6%
Sale

2%

2%

2%..

2%

5%
7%
9%
4

9%
36 y4

3%
8%
22%
93 %
4
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
4%

33

Sale
Sale
Sale

7%
17%

Sale
Sale

12%

13
23
Sale

22%
4yi

3i7«
1A
36%
8%
4%
5%

7% Mar 26
21% Mar 7
92
Mar 11
3% Mar 6
3y4 Mar 21
3% Mar 22
12% Mar 13
4% Mar 1
7% Mar 7

9y4 Mar 18
Mar 26
9% Mar 27
32 y8 Mar 6
31% Mar 14
4

22 y4 Mar

4
93% Mar 4
3% Mar 21
4% Mar 1
Mar 4
13% Mar 14
6y8 Mar 22
7% Mar 1
4

9% Mar 28
4% Mar 5
11

Mar

4

37% Mar 28
33 y2 Mar 18

7% Mar 4
17y4 Mar 4
12% Mar 14

8% Mar 11
17% Mar 29
22% Mar 27
4% Mar 18
3% Mar 1

Sale
Sale

22% Mar 27
4% Mar 4
Mar 28
1 y4 Mar 19
36
Mar 13
7% Mar 1
4
Mar l

6%

6y8 Mar 28

Sale
Sale
37

4%
4%
195% 197 y2

193% Mar
2% Mar
7Va Mar

1
l

2%
7%

2%
7y2

7%

Sale

6V4

Sale
Sale

1
6% Mar 1
6% Mar 20
5ys Mar 13

2%
Sale
-2% ...2%

2% Mar 15
2% Mar 8

5y*

~7-ft Mar"27

13

Mar

5

1-fcMar 1
37% Mar 5
9ys Mar 26
4% Mar 26
6% Mar 28

199% Mar 4
2% Mar 28
7% Mar 5
8ys Mar 8
6% Mar 11

2% Jan 22
618 Jan
7
21 % Mar 7
90% Jan
2
3% Jan
9
3y4 Mar 21
2% Jan 10

8
Mar 27
8
23% Jan
94 % Feb 14
7

16

Mar
Feb
Feb
Mar
Mar
Jan

4% Jan 15
7% Mar 7

37/s
5%
4%
13%
6%
9%

9% Jan

10% Jan 10

4

4%
11%
37%
33%

12

Feb

25

4
Mar 26
9% Mar 27
32 y8 Mar 6
29
Jan
2

7% Mar 4
17 y4 Mar 4
12 >/4 Jan 17
3
21% Jan
4
Jan 15
3"A Jan 2

1% Jan

2

Mar 13
Jan
2
4
Mar 1
5% Feb 25

36
7

3
4% Jan
4
184% Jan
2
Jan 23
2
5
Jan
6

Jan

17

1

3
5% Jan
5y8 Jan 23

2% Mar 25
—2%. Mar 7

2% Jan 23
2% Jan 25.

5% Mar

3% Feb

21
6
11
14
22
2

Jan
9
Jan 22
Mar 28
Feb 12

10% Jan 25
17% Mar 29
13

Jan

23

22% Jan 28
4% Feb 25
3 H Jan
I T°r Feb
41
Jan
9% Mar
5% Jan
6% Jan

4
19
4
26
10
21

4% Jan
199% Mar

3
4

2% Mar 28
7% Jan 16
8y8 Mar
Jan

8
16

5% Jan

4

7

2'/a Jan 10
3

Feb

14

April, 1963

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

Aggregate Sales

American

Price Jan. 2,

Stock Exchange

1963

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

STOCKS

17,300

24,300

4,800
50,500
325

12,500
391,800

27,000

86,600

31,700

105,000

in
March

Since

1,600

Universal Automated

Par

Bid

or

Ask

.

10c
25c

Universal Insurance
17.78
Universal Marion (Fla)
•
Utah Idaho Sugar Co
5

30,500

53,900

13,700
8,800
2,300

51,800

6,800

18,700
10,800
14,500

11,700

¥

Virginia Dare Stores Corp.l
Va Iron Coal & Coke
2
Vita Food Products Inc—25c
Vogt Manufacturing Corp—•
VTR Inc
1

Wagner Baking Corp com—*
7% preferred
100

7,100

400

-*

Corp of America—25c
Venture Capital Corp
1
Victoreen Instrument Co—1
Viewlex Inc class A
25c

350

1,500

2,100

Waitt & Bond common—^.4
6% conv preferred
10
Waltham Precision Inst Co_l
Webb & Knapp Inc com_10c
$6 series preference
•
Weiman & Company Inc
1

32,300
97,900
429,700 1,071,200
3,620
5,190
3,400
10,200
5,600
24,100

8%
9%

19,200
16,800

54,200
73,700

43,600

81,500

2,100

9,300
13,100
14,000

3,400

2,100

39,700

Western Equities Inc
Western Nuclear Inc
5c
Western Stockholders Inc—
Amer dep rets ord shs—Is
West Tablet <fe Stationery—•

Weyenberg Shoe Mfg
1
Whippany Paper Board—10c
White Eagle Internat'l
10c
White Stag Mfg class A
1

104,600
12,900

700

1,600
7,400
1,800
3,000

1,600
24,700
15,500
10,400
6,900

1,200

11,200

Class A new common

Whitmoyer

6%
9%
4%
7%

v

34,700

120,000

224,400

7,900
2,450

35,600
3,050

190

620

7,950
3,100

30,090
7,700

1,000

7,100

400

400

22,100

75,800

41,500
22,000

55,000
109,400

7,900
4,400

15,400

5,000
65,300
1,100

53,500
114,500

3,200

•

Wilshire Oil Co of Tex
1
Wilson Brothers common
1
5% preferred
25
Wisconsin P&L 4%% pfd_100
Wood Newspr Mach Corp—
New common
1
Woodall Industries Inc
2
Woolworth (F W) Ltd—

Zapata Off-Shore Co
Zapata Petroleum Corp
Zion Foods Corp

6%

Sale
Sale
Sale

6%i,
10%
3%
9

Sale
Sale

16

11
5

11%
5%

1%
35 %

3%
6%
2%

18
80%
3%
4%

9%
3%
3

Sale

1%
40

9%

8%

A
27
10

1%
14%

5%
13%
5%
15

2A
7

15%
96%
12%
17%

Sale
Sale

77
3%

7/a

8%
2%

Sale
Sale

2% Mar
6
5

Sale
10 Va

24%
10%

Sale
Sale

A

3

A

15%

14%

1%
15%

5%
Sale
Sale
Sale

5%
16%
7%
14%
1%
7

3

22%

6% Mar

Sale
Sale

9% Mar
16
Mar

2

43

Sale

2

Sale

4%
6%

Sale

.,1

4%

4%

1974

26%

27

37%

58%

62

94

Sale

95

70

Sale

78

3%
16
5%
7%

23%
96
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
10%
Sale

Sale
Sale
1%

2A

Sale

7%
18%

98%

Sale

13
17

17%

Sale

10%

Sale
Sale
4

.

Sale

4%
4%
16%

55

7%

4

Mar

r

1

Mar

■ft

Mar

% Mar

27

7
3

% Feb 19
Jan

2
_

21% Mar 18
9% Jan
9
1% Feb 21
28
14% Jan

5% Feb 21
2
13% Jan
2
5% Jan

17% Mar

14% Feb 28

8

1%
6%
15%
95%

19% Mar 27
101
Mar 14

Mar

37% Mar

1

62

1
5

96

Mar 15

12% Jan 10
3

Jan

2

3% Jan 24
%
25%
25%
12%
•

Jan 17
Feb
6
Feb

8

Feb
1
8
U Jan
35
Jan 16
22% Mar 22
12% Jan 25
Mar 4
2
16% Mar 26
Feb
6
6
Feb 14
17
7% Feb 11
17% Mar 8

2A
8%
19%
101

Mar 21
25

Jan

Mar 27
Mar 14

8
Mar 15
2% Mar 29
1
Feb
5

Jan 25

3% Jan

10% Mar 29

9

4% Feb 25

3% Jan 11

] 15% Jan

-

5% Mar 26
8% Mar 11
4% Mar 11

.

2

4% Jan
6% Jan

4% Mar 29
16% Mar 19

Sale

24% Feb 15

4
13% Jan
18% Jan 16

8

10% Mar 29
4% Mar 1

4

Feb 14

4
5

Mar 5
Jan 14
9
Jan
8
Jan
8
Jan
3
Jan
Jan 11

6% Jan
4
2% Mar 11
U Jan
2

Mar 15

2% Mar 29
%Mar 4

8% Mar 25

4

7%
2%
1 Va
87

7

16% Feb 19

13% Mar 22
17% Mar 19
8

Feb 28
Mar 5
Jan
2
Jan 10

11

2-A Mar 21
7% Mar 15

4
15% Mar 7
5% Mar 22
7% Mar 1
4
Mar 5

4%

2
3

16% Mar 21
7% Mar 1

11% Mar
16% Mar

4

A Jan

Mar 4
16% Mar 26
5% Mar 29

1% Mar 1
6% Mar 5
16% Mar 25
98% Mar 27

4% Mar

Jan 10
Mar 21
Mar 6
Mar 3

19% Jan
9%
22% Jan
9% Jan

2

8

4
31

% Mar 29
55
Mar 25
3% Feb 26
4% Feb 28
22
Jan
8

5

22% Mar 22
12% Mar 8

Mar l
Mar 4
Mar 29
Mar 1

Sale
Sale

Jan
Jan

% Mar 27
33% Mar 7

l
l
21% Mar 18
10% Mar 1
1% Mar 12

2% Feb

Jan 21

Mar 1
25% Mar 18
10% Mar 4

% Mar
32% Mar

-

1

24

Mar 20

5%
15%
6%
14%

Mar

3
7

94%
7%
2%
2%

Mar 15
4
2% Mar 1

l

15% Mar

~

9% Mar

22% Mar 22
24% Mar 28
10

55% Feb 13

Jan

2

96

3

Jan 25
Mar 8
7
Jan
Feb 11

20% Mar 15
13% Jan 15
5% Feb 15

-T-r.

23% Mar 18

Mar 21

6%
11%
4%
10%

4

5

77 % Mar 6
3% Mar 8
4% Mar 11

7% Mar 21
2% Mar 6
2% Mar 4

9% Feb 12
11% Feb 27

1% Jan 21
42
Feb
6

'

1

95

1
Mar 13
7
5% Jan
9
39% Jan
6

2
4
11

5

7% Mar 5
2% Mar 12

2% Mar

3% Jan 18
8
Mar 19
10% Jan 15

9% Mar
15% Jan
10% Jan

Mar 22

4

7% Mar 7
2% Mar 11
% Mar 7

Sale
Sale
5%

Mar 5
Jan 31
Mar 18
Jan
2
Feb 28
6% Mar 8

2% Mar 21
45

3%
4% Mar 1
23
Mar 13

Sale
Sale

Sale

8
4

4%

%

6%
9%
3%
7%
2%

Mar 14

Sale

5%

Sale
Sale

4

16%
Sale
Sale

7
18

7%
2%
%

7%

%

Sale
Sale

11

8%
4%

Sale
3%
Sale

15%

7%
2%
%

3%

Sale

Sale
Sale

7%
2%

Mar 15
Mar H
Mar 11
Mar 27
Mar 1
Mar 29
Mar 25
Mar 6

2%

16

Sale
Sale

Mar

Sale
3%
7%

5%

11%
16%

5

10

4

4% Mar 19

Mar 12

20% Mar 15
12% Mar 4
5% Mar 15

Jan

31% Mar 27
8% Jan 2
9% Jan
2

9% Mar 7
3% Mar 19
8
Mar 19

11% Mar 25

Sale
Sale

16% 17
98% 100%

4

,

4
5

11%
5%

5

6% Mar 11
11% Mar 8

8

12%
1%
16 Va

Sale
Sale

5
1
3% Mar 18
8% Mar 19
2% Mar 4

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

6%

6% Mar

Highest

2% Mar 27

1

Mar 13
Mar 4

32% Mar 6
9% Mar 5
11% Mar 26

10 % Mar

Sale

A

2%

2%

4%

2%
%
63%
3%

95 %

3%
15%

1
50c
10c

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
4
Sale

5

7

96%

9%

Sale

9

3%

95

24%
10%
%
32%

6%

2%
44

4%
23 Ya

23%
9%
Sale
Sale

3

5

41/4
23

24

Sale

2%
7%
9%
18%
11%

Sale
3%
Sale
23 %

20

17%

3%
8%

Sale
47
3"%
7%

7%
2%

Sale

3%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

2%
42

3%

Sale

11 %

~5%

7
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

-

16%

3%

Sale
Sale
Sale

6%
Sale

5

Sale
19 Vs
23 Ya

8%
3%

preferred
Zale Jewelry Co

Sale

3
7

Yale Express System Inc—
Class A
25c
Yonkers Raceway com
25c

6%

10%

7%

6%
2%
%

dep receipts
preference
Wright-Hargreaves Ltd

32%
Sale

5% Mar 1
4% Mar 19
31% Mar 27
9
Mar 8
10% Mar 19

3%
7 Vs
9%
15%

5c
£1
40c

Amer

6%

19,800

.

1
1

Prices

'

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

1

Wllliamhouse (The) Inc-lOc
Williams Brothers Co
1
Williams-McWilliams Ind-10
Williams (RC) & Co
1

49,700
58,600

16,000
15,800

Laboratories

Wichita River Oil Corp
Wieboldt Stores Inc

Prices

2% Mar 27

Sale
Sale

94%

10c
10c

Sale

Prices

Sale
Sale

9%
11%

93

Fashions

Westbury

Sale

Sale

32%

West Texas Utilities Co—
4.40% preferred
100

500

Sale

5%
4%
31%
9

34%
Sale
Sale

221/4

86,000

Lowest

Prices

Ask

Highest

2%

4%

4%
22%

90

Bid

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest
Sale

or

Sale

Sale

Wentworth Mfg Co
1.25
West Chemical Products_50c

19,300

Ask
Sale
Sale
34

8,500

1,700

.

1

Valve

44,600

90

Valspar Corp

Closing

or

5 Ye

5

V

8,900
29,500
29,900
237,900
73,200

March 29

2%
4%
4%
33 %

'

2,300
8,000
13,200
39,200
11,000

Opening
Bid

Ind_10c

Universal Container A
Universal Controls Inc

PRICES IN MARCH-

March 1

Opening

39

3

4% Mar 29
17 Vs Jan 28
6% Jan 15

4

8

8% Mar 11

Mar

5:

4% Feb 13

Jan

3

BONDS
827,000 1,128,000

Alsco Inc 5%s conv
Amer

123,000
5,000
64,000

296,000
24,000
206,000

103,000

419,000

142,000

310,000
2,000

6%s

1972
Pump 4s 1994
Appalach'n El Pwr 3%s_1970

A Amer Steel &

Baldwin Montrose Chem—
7s
1972
Belock Instrument Corp—
6s series A
1975
Bethlehem Steel 6s
1998

48,000

420,000
128,000

Bloomfleld Bldg Indus
6%s
Boston Edison 2%s
Brandywine Raceway

11~000

2,000
308,000

Assn 6s debs
BSF Corp 5%s conv

89,000

77,000

56,000

56,000

166,000

266,000

103,000
10,000

347,000
210,000

56,000
42,000

147,000
169,000

7,000

24,000

185,000
64,000

474,000

248,000

390,000 2,053,000
1-'

•

74,000

-

'

65

98
58

65

87
62

Sale

93%

Sale

Sale

81%

82

Sale

108%
127%

107%
90%

Sale
Sale

100

—

107

91%

71%

100
82

100% 100%

101

70%

3%s rev ser '47
1978
Coburn Credit Co Inc—
6s
1976

Davega Stores 6%s

1975

Delaware Lack & West RR
Lackawanna of N J Div—
1st mtge 4s ser A
1993
A 1st mtge 4s ser B_1993
First Nat Realty <fe Constr

—

Sale
—

91

Sale

85

100
83

Sale

84% Jan 17

Mar
Mar

5
1

62

93% Mar 29

62
95

1

82

Mar

8

68% Jan 11

82

101 Ya Mar 11

112

Mar 28

100
Feb 11
127% Jan 18

Sale

Jan 11
93% Mar 29

—

106

Mar

112 V8 Mar 13
92
Mar 20

7

90% Mar 14

106
/ -

Mar 27

84

25%

Sale

10%

Sale

10

30%
11%

30%

40%

40%

38% Mar

17

19

39
17

Sale

12

19%

15

69%
53%

71

70%

71
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

69% Mar 13

57
98

98
88

Mar 29
8

Mar 28

Feb 18
8

Mar

100% Jan 22

*

Mar 19

71% Jan
100% Jan

118% Mar 27

127

Mar 18

Mar 29

32

Jan 14

42

Feb

! 25 Vs

Mar 18

Mar

1

39% Mar 15
19

Mar

4

,10

7

30% Jan
11% Jan

91

Jan

97

1975

85%

Sale
Sale
87

Sale

78

Sale

90%
82 Vs

88

83%

82%

Sale

80

87%

Sale

80

Sale

82%

Sale

78% Mar

70
80

Sale
85

71
65

74
Sale

72
67

Sale
Sale

70

60% Mar

4

70% Mar 28

98%
61%

99
65

97%
66 %

98
Sale

97%

98 Va
Sale

97% Mar
66 Yt Mar

4
1

98% Mar 20

96% Feb 20

99% Feb

69

61

Jan

70

Jan 28
Jan 23
Jan 28

General Foam Corp 6s
1981
Gulf American Land—
6%s convertible
1977

97% Mar

5

Mar 29
Mar 5

7

72% Mar 29
58
98
91

Mar 12
Mar
1
Mar 14

69 % Mar 13
63% Jan
3
97
88

Jan
Feb

19

49% Feb 18

1981
1963

Mar 28

24

101% Mar 13

1976

56

8

115% Jan 28
92 % Feb
6

Corp 6%s ex warr

58
100

1
7

Feb 11
127% Feb 14

Fotochrome Inc 5%s
General Builders 6s
Gen Development 6s

72%
56 Va

4

127

118% Mar 27

Sale

7

102 Va Feb
64
Feb
95% Jan

101% Mar 13

7

30

Mar

90% Mar 14
100

83

101 Va Mar

101%

Mar 25

112

Mar

__

J.22

62

98% Mar 18
;

—

92

101%

27

77

108% 110%

112%

Mar
Mar

Mar 25

2
13

72% Mar 29
62
98

Jan 15
Jan 31

83% Mar 25

77% Jan 15

94% Jan 18
84% Feb
8

89% Mar 15

78% Mar

7

93% Jan 15

2

79
86

y

178,000

273,000
803,000

181,000
79,000

347,000
234,000

28,000

94,000

26,000

104,000

40,000
134,000
458,000 1,279,000

60,000

Sale

61%

Chicago Transit Authority—

27,000

-

1977

1969

59%

110%

126% 128

1970

1978

Sale

89

Realty & Petrol Co—

255,000

For footnotes,




see

Hartfield Stores 5%s
Hoffman Inter'n 7s

1981
1973

Hudson & Manhattan Corp—
1st mortgage 6s
1982
Hydrometals 6s A
1972
Italian Power Realization—
ATrust 6%s liq tr ctfs—
Kaltman to Co 6s
1977
Kawecki

Chemical 4%s_1976

5%s
1982
Mergenthaler Lino 5s
1977
Midland Valley RR 4s_1963
(Continued on page 961
Livingston

Oil

44%
116%

52%

Sale
102 % 104%
Sale
117%
101% 102
97
i :'•••
™

69

48% Sale
120
124
102% 104%
103

98%

Sale
104

103%
98%

—

47 Vs Mar 18
120
Mar 12
103

Sale

117

47%

47%
Sale
Sale

123
103

114

Mar 22

112

Sale

103

Mar 13
Mar
1
Mar 7

'

—.

page 90.
"■

**

s,

>

■

r

"

i

£

74

Mar

5

Mar 18

48% Mar

'70
50

1

46

123

Mar 29

115

104

Mar 11

119% Mar 14

103
112

104

102

Mar 18

Jan

Feb 27

7

Mar

I

48%
127
106 Ya
124%

Jan

3

104

Jan

Jan

Jan

15
14
8
30

Mar 1
Feb 11
Jan 10
Jan
Jan

7
9

40

Midwest Stock Exchange
A

Stock Sales—

1963

Midwest
Stock Exchange

March

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

3,700
5,600
5,100

9,000

17,100
18,700

8,700

36,300

300

3,000

6,900
32,700
32,700
67,460
8,300

9,100

19,700

2,200
6,500

23,900

in

10,200
7,600
52,500

STOCKS

Par

Price Jan. 2,
1963
Opening or
Bid
Ask

75%
13%
11%

5

Abbott Laboratories
Acme Steel Co

10

Admiral Corp
1
Advance Ross Electronics_25c

Alleghany Corp (Un)

3%
11

1

43%
14%

9
10

Allied Chemical Corp
Allis-Chalmers Mfg
Aluminium Ltd
Aluminum Co of Amer

Bid

33,300

21,700
22,900
3,700

86,300
57,000
22,600

Sale
Sale

82

Sale
4

11%
43%
Sale

9,100
1,100

16,500
3,800
22,400
61,600

Ampex Corp (Un)

4.700
17,400
4,000

122,400

Sale
Sale

Sale

18%

33%

49%
52%
20%
20%
16%
12%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

313/4
45%
50 %
503/4

116%
29 Va
60%
16%
30%
40%
11%
28%

Sale

"

66.700

18,200
15,000

4,800

6,800
4,400
30,400
1,700

10,100

300

82,100
14,400
3,600

1.200

2,400

52

Apache Corp__

50
_1.25

Arkansas Louisiana Gas.2.50
Armco Steel Co (Un)
10
Armour Ac Co
——,
....
8

Ashland Oil Ac Ref
1
Atch Topeka Ac Santa Fe—10
5% non-cum preferred—10

Products Corp.
4
Atlantic Refining Co (Un)_l0

A they

48

of America
Avco Corporation

1,500

5,700
5,900
16,950

Baldwin-Lima-Ham (Un)

2,150
5,850
4,700

8,200
15,000
8,800
26,400

2,700
3,000
4,900
20,400
600

66,000
1,950

5,300

2.450
15,800
2,700

337800

164,300
6,900
45,300

1,600

18,600
6,800
1,500
8,900

400

Bastlan-Blessing
Belden Mfg
10
Bell As Gossett Co
2
Bell Ac Howell Co
•
Bendlx Corp
5
Benguet Consol Inc (Un)_p2
Bethlehem Steel Corp (Un)_8
Einks

Co—1

Manufacturing

New

5
5
5

common

5

Borg-Warner Corp

Brach As Sons (E J)
•
Brad Foote Gear Works—20c
Brunswick Corp
•
Budd Co
5

36,700
2,600
48,700

Burton-Dixie Corp
Business Capital Corp

1
5

Burlington Indus (Un)
Eurroughs Corp
12'

1

5,800

Calumet As Hecla Inc.
Canadian Export Gas As

2,6(&

1,900
6,300

1,900

5,500

Oil
Ltd
16%C
Canadian Pacific (Un)
2s
Carrier Corp common
10
4%% preferred
50

4s7ooo

1.60O

8,600

6,700
8,100
2.400
2,000
1,073

37,800
12,000
8,700

22.20O
1.428
5.200

2.200

Chesapeake Ac Ohio
Ry (Un)

13.800

Chic Mil St

7,300
4,400

1,200
1,100

6,000

10,300

34,900

17.100
1.100

103,800
3,200
14,200
7,200
1,000

4.700

1,900
200
250

1,100

400

1,400

8.400

5% series A

oar




P^c

preferred

Chicago R I As Pac Ry

•

•

100
•

Chicago South Shore and
South Bend RR
12.50
Chrysler Corp
25
Cincinnati Gas Ac El Co_8.50
Cities Service Co
10

City Products Corp

•
Cleveland-Cliffs Iron com I
4%% preferred
100

21,700
81,000

23,500

25

Paul Ar

Chicago As Northwest Ry

1,600
16,700
26,800
11,200
11,600

15.550
5,200

"Wo

Caterpillar Tractor (Un)
•
Celanese Corp of Am (Un).*
Central Ac South West—2.50
Central Illinois Pub Serf—*
Certain-Teed Prods (Un)
1
Champlin Oil As Ref com—1
$3 conv preferred
•
Chemetron Corp_
1

20.000

9,100
3.200
1,400

value.

Cleveland Elec Uluminat
Clevite Corp

■

15

l

Colgate-Palmolive

(Un)

53/4
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

15

5

12
6
11

21

52
18

33%
44%

Sale
Sale
51

Sale

19%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
21 Va'
Sale
Sale

15%
14%
5%
10%
45 Va
16 Va

l

25

44%
49 y2
49%
20%
20%

1
Mar 25
Mar 7

4
Mar 29
Mar 25
Mar 25
Mar 1
Mar 19
Mar 29
19
13% Mar 1

15

Sale

45
11

Sale
Sale

121%
30%
60%
15%
32%
44%
10%

31%
52%
42%

Sale
Sale
Sale

54%
44%

26%

Sale
Sale
103/4
Sale

27%
26%
10%
22 y2

23

50%

52%

Sale

133/4

Sale

243/4

Sale

13%
Sale

13% Mar

f

23%
48%

10%
23%
50%

Sale
Sale

23 va

31%

Sale
Sale

143/4

13%

13%
Sale

Sale

Sale

13%
23%

Sale

26%

Sale
Sale

18 ya
21 y2

50%
1%

Sale

54%

54%

23%
52

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
32
Sale
Sale
28
Sale

Sale

118% Mar

1
Mar 1
60'A Mar 15
143/4 Mar 18
32% Mar 4
43% Mar 6
10% Mar 25
31 Va Mar 1
Mar l
52

28

42% Mar

1

34

Mar 26

46% Mar 7
54% Mar 28
52%
21%
22%
21%
14%

Mar 5
Mar 25
Mar 4
Mar 7
Mar 27

122 y8 Mar 13
32% Mar 13
62 Va Mar 5
16% Mar 27
J
33% Mar 15
45% Mar 28
11% Mar 14
34% Mar 18
55% Mar 28
45 y8 Mar 28

23 Ya Mar

26 y8

60%

Mar 27
Mar 15
Mar 11

Mar 25
Mar 5
Mar 29
Mar
1
23% Mar 29
Mar
1
55
20% Mar 26

21

30% Mar

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

89

Ya Mar

Mar

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

16

Mar 4
10% Mar 11
23
Mar 6
50
M'ar 7

27% Mar 27
21 Va Mar 12
11
Mar 18
23% Mar 1
53'A Mar 28

133/4 Mar 27
1

25

26% Mar 12
26

15% Mar 13
Mar 27

13% Mar

1

7

Sale

23% Mar 1
23% Mar 6

24% Mar 21
26% Mar 28

Sale
Sale
Sale

Mar l
21% Mar 28
50 3/8 Mar 22

18% Mar 25

16

1%

Sale
26

30%
26%

Sale

30

27%

253/4 Mar 11

3iy8 Mar 4
27 Va Mar 27

37
35

37%
35%

38%

36 y2

Sale

35% Mar 26

38% Mar

28

28%

44
28

42

Sale
33%
2%

42

Sale
Sale
30
Sale
Sale
2%

42%

Sale
33 Va

41 % Mar
33 y4 Mar

2va
Sale

16

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
4%

12% Mar
29% Mar
28% Mar
23 % Mar
4% Mar

Sale

ml
24

33%
2

18%
11%
25%

28%
21%
5%

1

44%
29 Va

33%
2yB
163/i
13 y«

Sale
12

30%
30%

Sale
Sale

23

23%
Sale

28%
23%
4%

12

12

12%

11%

4%

1%

%

22%

37

Sale

47%

48%
Sale
Sale

36%

Sale

42

24%

23
16%
29%

37%
38%

41%
23%
15%
30
63

18%

Sale
13 va

Sale
Sale
22%
Sale

24 Va
39 Va
49
34%

22%

32'/a
1%
16%
13 Va
30%

Sale
Sale

64%
18%

'

63%
19%

Sale

51%
9y«
13%

13%

20%
18%

21
19

10%
73%
49%
56%
25%
36%

55

1%
Sale
39 y2
50

12

39

23%

50
Sale

53%
60

63%

Sale

29%
40%
94

60%
30 y8
41%
96
64%

65%

64%

64%

19%
43%

23

46%

Sale

9y8
27%
47 y4
Cash

•ale

27
Sale

Deferred delivery sale.

1

20% Mar 27

17%
13%
31 Ya
31
24
5

Mar
Mar

4

4
Mar 13
Mar 7
Mar 19

Mar

36% Mar 28
39 y8 Mar 26
45 ya Mar 22
24% Mar 20
17% Mar 5
31% Mar 11

64% Mar 14
20% Mar 28
57

11%
16%
27 Va
23%

Mar 5
Mar 4
Mar 28

Mar 28
Mar 8

12% Mar 19
87 y4 Mar 1
53% Mar 1

16% Mar 8
93 y8 Mar 27

Mar 4
Mar 18

64% Mar 18
30% Mar 8
41 y2 Mar 19
Mar 18
96

42%

42%

95

9y4
Sale
Sale

44%

Mar

29

Sale
46%

14% Mar 18
2
30% Jan
2
40% Jan
10% Jan 29
2
28% Jan
Jan
2
52
42 Va Mar

Sale

60%
28%
41 Va
95

66%

63% Mar

-

r

9

28

48%
x

Mar 12
Mar 26

7

55

Mar 18

65 Va Mar 25

Sale
Sale
9%

22% Mar

4
46% Mar 19
8% Mar 19

28% Mar 29
50% Mar 29
9y4 Mar 7

28%
Sale

27% Mar
47
Mar

28% Mar 22

Ex-dividend.

Feb

5

12% Jan 11
34% Mar 18
56% Jan 28
47 Va Jan 25

1

27% Mar 27
27% Mar 12

26

2
2
7
22% Feb 21
48% Jan
3
Jan
Jan
10% Jan

25

11
Mar 18
26 Va Jan 10

53% Mar 28

13% Mar 27
23% Mar 1

17% Jan 22
26Va Jan 22

13% Feb 12
4
4
13 y2 Jan
8

25% Jan
26% Feb

14% Jan 24
8

22% Jan
23% Jan

28% Jan
24 y2 Jan

24% Feb 28
58% Jan 25
1% Feb 18
32 % Feb 18

2
11

27% Mar 27
40 Va Feb
4
45
Mar 1
30
Mar 12

35% Mar 26
35
28

41%

Jan
3
Mar 28
Mar 6

44% Feb 11
7
33% Jan

30% Feb 11
2
16

8

18% Mar 25

8

2

Jan 11
Mar 19
Mar 19

2

Jan

11
8
24

5
4

49

Mar 15

13
18
19
4

34% Mar 21
37 Va Feb 26
2
41 y4 Jan

38% Jan

16

40% Jan

4

46% Feb

7

22% Mar

4

25% Jan 23

14 Va
29%
63 Va
19%

Mar 19
Feb 12
Jan
Jan

3
3

19% Jan 31
34% Jan 17
64% Mar 14
1
22
Feb

51%
9%
14%
21%

Jan
Jan

2
3
4
3

Feb
Jan
19% Jan

3

7
57% Jan
12% Feb 15
17
Feb 15

'

27% Feb 14
25

Feb 14

10% Jan

16% Mar

72

95
55

2
2
Jan
7
49% Jan
2
56% Jan
2
25% Jan
8
39
Jan
94 y« Jan 28
62% Mar

7

3^ Va Feb

28%
501/.

48

4

54%
Sale
29%

54 Va

59% Feb 18

39% Mar

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Feb
7
125
32% Mar 13
7
65% Feb
4
17% Jan
33% Feb 25

1

iy8 Jan 14
25% Mar 28
41
Feb 27

26%

14

2

Mar

7
%

10% Mar 29
15% Mar 26
24% Mar 12

92%

114% Jan
28

14

1
Feb
23 Va Jan
37
Jan

55

Sale
Sale

Mar 27

25% Mar 28
40 Va Mar 11

Sale

Sale

Feb

14%

4

56%

89%

23

2

Mar

56%
10 ya
16%

15%

2

12% Jan

13% Jan 30

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

16 Va Jan

11% Mar 12

20%

22

22

12% Mar 27

20%

Sale

Jan

8
21% Jan
24y4 Feb 14

Mar 12

64

Sale

58

5

20

15%
24%

37% Jan 24
4
47 Va Feb
1
54% Feb

12%
2
25% Jan
2
28 Va Jan
22% Jan 14
4% Mar 22

19
22
29
29
22

Sale
Sale
64%

64 Va

26%

Bale

143/4
3iy8

30
Sale

93

43%
8%

Sale

Jan
Jan

20% Jan
14
Jan
31% Mar
34
Feb
24
Mar
5% Jan

Mar 19

34% Mar 21
37% Mar 7
Mar 1
42
22% Mar 4
14 y8 Mar 19
30% Mar 8
63% Mar 6
19% Mar 4

3 T%
95

"l~9%

Sale

44%

34%
37%
Sale
Sale
16%

6
1

4

Mar 1
Mar 12
42% Mar 28
33% Mar 13
45
30

Til

39%
49%
36%

10%
15%
24 Va
22%

9%

1

25%
40%
49%
Sale

25

Mar 7
Mar 26

15%

50% Mar 22
3
1% Jan

30%
25%

Mar 27

29
28
6% Feb 13
13 ya Jan 11
46
Jan 14
17% Jan 29
23% Mar 29
Jan
9
60
6
20% Feb
16

30y4 Mar 4
44% Mar 29
48 y4 Jan
2
49 y2 Mar 25
20 Va Jan
2
20 y2 Mar 19

21% Feb

1%

Mar 25

89

73% Jan 21
2
13% Jan
2
11% Jan
4
3% Jan
10% Mar 21
42% Mar 1
2
14% Jan
2
20% Jan
Mar 25
52
3
17% Jan

1
6

Sale
26

iy< Mar 28

Sale
Prices

1

1%

Sale

Highest

Mar

28%
25 %

-

SINCE JAN. 1

52% Mar
1 y2 Mar

f 23%

Sale
Sale

Commonwealth

a

Sale

13%
5%

118%
28%
60 y2

133/4

Colorado Fuel Ac Iron Corp_5
Columbia Gas Sys (Un)
10

{Corrected volume,

Sale

Sale

23%

1

Edison.12.50

Sale

15%
23%
53%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

14%

13%
22%

5

Coleman Co Inc

45%

81%
14%
12%
5%
10%
42%

Sale

Sale

23%
24 %

22%
22%

11%

1,300

227600

13%

13

Boeing Company (Un)
3,900, Booth Fisheries Corp i

2,450
3,900
1,300

25

3

17,700

500

13%

2.50

64,700
23,800

10

15%
13%
Sale
10%

88%
15%

13%

Automatic Canteen Co
9,400
7,800

Ask

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
10%

25%
10%
22%

Sale
Prices

20%
213%
20 va

Sale

26

-1

Sale
Prices

54%
493/4
20%
21%
19 va

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

42%

.1

Amsted Industries Inc
Anaconda Co (Un).

Sale

Sale
60%

RANGE
Lowest
Sale
Prices

Highest

Bid

Sale

16 %
21 %
55

Lowest

Closing or

Sale

15%
13 %
5%
10%
42 %

33 %
45%

American Tel Ac Tel
33%
Amer Tobacco Co (Un)_6.25
American Viscose (Un) —.25

18,700
30,100
14,000
3,300
55,500

March 29

Ask

American Broadcasting

8,200
3,400
1,600
10,200
32,100
10,500

1,000

-PRICES IN MARCH-

18%

Param't Theatres (Un)—1
American Can Co (Un)_12.50
American Cyanamid (Un)_10
Aincr Home Products (Un)_l
American Investment (Hl)-l
American Mach Ac Fdry_1.75
Amer Motors Corp
1.66%
Amer Radiator Ac S3 (Un)_5

$1,000

-

Jan. 1 to March 31 —

March 1
Opening or

20 y«
54%

•
(Un).l
American Airlines (Un)
1

March

2,882,000
5,984,000

1962

1963

Bond Sales—

1962

3,040,000
10,560,000

March (Shares)
Jan. 1 to March 31 (Shares).
Aggregate Sales

compilation of the round-lot transactions only

4
18% Jan
9
43
Jan 17
8% Mar 19

20% Jan
44% Jan

3
2

Feb

8
13

Mar 18
64% Mar 18
30% Mar 8

42% Feb 26
96

Mar 18

68 Va Jan 14
39% Feb 15

28%
50 Va
10%
28%

Mar 29

Mar 29
Feb 14
Mar 21

50% Feb 15

(Un) Issue admitted to unlisted trading privileges, y Bx-rlghta.

Aggregate Sales

Midwest
Stock Exchange

in
March

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

6,600
4,500
16,100

15,100

Consolidated

11.300

35,200

Consumers
Container

16,800
4,300
2,500

23,600
19,400
7,300

2,900

19,200

1,400
5,800
7,800

2,200
19,100
20,900

STOCKS

34%

Sale

36%

Sale

33% Mar

1

37% Mar 25

33% Jan

41%
25%
43%

Sale
Sale
Sale

44

Sale
27%

4
6

Mar 29
27 % Mar 26
44% Mar 14

40 % Mar

60%
11%

Sale
11%

40%
25%
43%
59%

56%
24%
52%

24%

Corp of Amer
5
Continental Can Co (Un)_10
Continental Insurance Co—5
Continental Motors (Un)—1

44%
58%
10%

9,700

50,200

200

38,900
4,000
7,800
1,050

2,500
900

11,800

16%
17%

Sale
17%

18%
21%

Sale

18%

Sale

21 %

19 %
21%

-1
10

51%
31%

Sale
31%

58%

58%

65%

Sale

59% Mar

o

28 y„
56

Sale

3,500
64,300
10,600
2,600

18,700

96,400

7,200
4,000

92,300
4,000

24,000
13,000
13,100
2,500

61% Mar

.,

-

(Un)

Dodge ManufacturingDow Chemical Co
du Pont
(EI) (Un)

.._5
5

.

.

Eastern Air Lines Inc—
1
Eastman Kodak (Un)__10
El Paso Natural Gas
3

Elder Manufacturing Co_7.50
Emerson Electric Mfg ■ ■■ ■■
Erie Lackawanna RR Co

Fairbanks-Whitney Corp

—1

General Box Corp

_

21% Sale
114% 115
18
Sale
12%
32% Sale

113
18
12%
31%

18%
12 %

Sale
Sale

31%

—

Sale

22

115%
18%
12%
33%

500

41,300

179,600

1,200

5.400

600

3,400
1,950
45,200

250

14,500

2,100
3,200

•

8.200
13,200

3,200

14,200

1,700
250

8,200
260

765
5,000

1,305
21,500
382

_____

27,900
2,100

59,800
7,100

1,500
1,400
3,050

2,600

1,400

2,000
1,400

6.500
8,000
5,600

50

533

1,050
7,200
1,500

100,200
1,500

7,700
8,400

2,100

1,600
1,450

6,600

20,500
3,500

39,000
12,900

3,700

Electronics

5

Mar

4

35
33 %

Sale
Sale

41

Mar

1

46%

Sale

Mar 29
Mar 12
Mar 4
6 % Mar 28
42
Mar
1
9
Mar 15
27
Mar 4
Mar 21
9

34%
47%
6%
46%
9%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

42
9

Sale

27%
9%

Sale

68%

683/4
83/4

Sale
Sale
9

32

23
21

Sale
Sale

28%
763/a
773/4
313/4
58

17%

34%
Sale
7%

6%

70
9
Sale
10
53*
Sale
Sale
78%
Sale
Sale
Sale
32V4

5

30c
1

Gerber Products Co

Sale
Sale
Sale

78

333/4
603/fe
18 %
31%

32%

24%
21%

Sale
21%

34%
Sale
Sale

75

65

5%

Sale
Sale

74
8%
33/g
10 %
5%
27%
743/4
80%
35%

3
Sale

26%
73%

Sale
Sale

10 % Mar 1
4% Mar 4
253/s Mar 7
72 % Mar 6
78
Mar 1
33 % Mar 12
60
Mar 1
173* Mar 12

Sale

32% Mar

1

20%
33 ya

Sale
Sale

24% Mar
21% Mar

1

25% Mar

20%
33%

Sale
Sale

.

83/4
3%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Mar 28
29
9% Mar 29

75 *
8%
3%
10%
5%
28%

67% Mar 4
8% Mar 25
2% Mar 4

Glen Alden Corp (Un)

1

31%

75
81

35%
65 %

21,400
8,850
14,300
5,400
5,100

24,700

46,900

900
2,900
2,000

5,300

5,100
2,200
270

27,200
2.000

15,600
8,000
570

9,900

3,600
•No
y




Mar 15
Mar 12
Mar 25
Mar 11
Mar 28
Mar 29
Mar 29
Mar 29
Mar 22

Mar 26

13%

Sale

33

Sale

18

Sale

17%

Sale

28%

Sale

29%

18%
Sale

Mar 14
Mar
1
17% Mar 15
27% Mar 19

14

14%
Sale

52%

13% 14%
Sale

13% Mar 25
50 Mar 7

13%

Sale
45

96%

39%

51%

28
96%

28
__

28
96%
62
36%

—

62%

Sale

Sale
Sale

35%

39%

Sale
Sale

40%
36%

Sale
Sale

26%

26%

28

Sale

15%

16
15%

16%
14%
16%
44%

16%

29%
17%
14%
15"%
47%

15

17%
44%

(W E) <& Co
25c
Corp
1
Hlbbard Spencer Barlett
25
Holmes (D H) Co Ltd
20

23
6%

1

Sale

—

67%

Sale

42%

3iya

Hertz

Inc

12%
39%
13%

Sale

44%

Heller

Industries

32

14%

27%

1
2.50
1
3

14

13

—

15

27%

Sale

7%

Sale

160

—

6
14
22
7
8
28
1
11
1
7
Mar 7

26% Mar 8
45 % Mar 28

"7%

"6% ~6%

27%

26%

Illinois Brick Co
Illinois Central RR-

10
•

18%
39%

23%
42%

Sale
Sale

24

Sale

45%

46

7%

Feb 23
2
2
2

5

50%
37%
48%
7%
47 %

Jan 14
Jan 29

Feb 19
8
Feb
9
Jan

83/4 Jan
24 3/4 Jan
83/4 Jan

10% Jan 29
29
Mar 28
10% Jan 31

67% Mar 4
8% Mar 25
2
2% Jan

75
Mar 21
9% Jan 24
33/4 Feb
7
10% Mar 15
5% Jan 18
29% Feb
6
79% Jan 25
85% Feb
5
35% Mar 29
65% Mar 29
20% Mar 29
34% Feb 25

9

4%
25%
72 %
78
31 %
577/a

Feb
Mar

Mar
Mar
Mar
Jan

i?
4
7
6
1
3

Jan %

17% Jan
32 % Jan

2
3

23
Jan
20% Jan

16

36

2

Mar 23

54% Jan
Jan
Jan

4
li
4

36% Jan

2

28

10

4

Mar 14
42% Mar 1

7%

26%

42

2

Mar 26
Mar 15

27%
7%
17%

Mar 2?

33
Mar 12
443^ Jan 16
6% Jan 21

17% Jan

21

Sale

35

27% Jan

27% Mar

28%

7%

6% Jan 11

4% Jan

i

28

6% Mar 25
26% Mar 29

27%

2

Jan
Mar
Jan

2
3
2
1

Mar

43
39

160

181

17%
12 %
27%
3%

Jan

Mar 14

—-

16%
14%
15%
44%

Feb 25

24% Feb 14
116% Feb 14
19% Jan
8
12 % Mar 1
33% Mar 28
3% Feb 25

19% Jan
108

13

64 Mar 20
36% Mar 25

22
30
18
15

15

32

40 Mar 6
36% Mar 1
22
28

4
54% Jan
22% Jan 21
J
49% Jan

14

14% Mar 15
52% Mar 29
28 Mar 7

28 Mar 7
—.
62 Mar 26
35% Mar 1

-

25
28

Sale

Sale
48

7% Sale
24% 25%

1

13% Mar 25

45
28

Jan 3
Mar 7

60

Jan

31 % Jan

12% Jan
38% Jan
34% Jan

22

Mar

8
2
2
8

3

6

26% Jan

3

Jan

4

16

13% Jan 25
15% Mar 26
42
149
24
4%
17%

Feb 12
Jan 33
Jan
4
Jan
3
Mar 7
6% Mar 19

26% Feb 13
23% Mar 29
36
Mar 26
54% Jan
4
34% Mar 5

127/8 Feb 11
40% Jan 15
18
36%
18%
21%

Jan 15
Jan 28
Jan 14
Feb 18

15% Jan 10
Jan 25
Jan 11

55
31

64
Mar 20
377/8 Feb 20
13

Jan

24

43% Feb
7
39
Mar 15

22% Jan 25
32
Feb
7
18
Mar 22
15% Jan
9
18ya Jan 28

49

Mar 28

160

Feb 28
Mar 11
Feb
4
Mar 7
Jan
9

28%
8%
17%
8%

25% Jan

3

27% Jan 29

19

8
2

26% Mar 8
45% Mar 28

Mar 13
Mar 1
Jan
4

Mar 13
40% Feb 18
29% Mar 7
56% Mar 11
48% Feb 14
67% Jan 31
30% Feb 18
28% Feb 18
48
Jan 23
55% Mar 28

Jan

39% Jan

28

Central Indus
Indianapolis Pow & Light-*

.*

•

Illinois

Inland Steel Co
Interlake Steamship
Int'l Harvester Co

-

■

'

.

—

'

•

Co

Int'l Minerals <fe Chem
Int'l Nickel Co (Un)__
Internatl Paper (Un)
International Shoe Co
Int'l Tel & Tel (Un)
Iowa Power & Light

36%

•

25

•

493/4
403/4
62%

5
•
2.50
—•

•

36%
28%
54%
45%
59 %

36%
2534
50 %

41%
62 ya
Sale

25

253/4
42 %

38

28%
55%
47%

55%
Sale
Sale
Sale

43%

59 %
30%

26%

27%
25%

41%

Sale
Sale

26%

44%

433/4

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
59 %
Sale
26%
Sale

'

Shinkle.*

volume,

;

__

26%

10

Jefferson Electric Co
5
Johns Manville Corp (Un)_5
Johnson Stephens
Jones A Laughlin
Steel (Un)

21

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
16% Mar
49
Mar
Mar
160
28% Mar
7% Mar
17% Mar

10

March

1

Mar 6
Mar 1
Mar 4
Mar 18
Mar 26
Mar 4
Mar 1
Mar 15
Mar 20
Mar 7

29%
Sale
Sale

Hupp Corp
Huttig Sash & Door

19%
Sale'

13

~5

—

__

Sale
38% 39%

16%
44%
Sale
28

Sale
45
153
23%

Hubbell (Harvey) class A—5

1

34% Mar
12% Mar
40% Mar
13% Mar
33% Mar
18% Mar
30
Mar

11% Mar 19
39% Mar 26

33

12%

par value.
tCorrected
* Ex-stock dividend

Kx-rights.

36

33% Mar 22

Sale
18

39%

Howard

Sale

11%
39%

15%

1

Hammond Organ Co
Hanna (M A) Co
Heileman (G) Brewing
Hein-Werner Corp

34

Sale
Sale

14%

Gulf Oil Corp
.
8.33%
Gulf States Utilities Co
•

for

7,300
3,150
5,000
2,400
2,700

Mar 21
Mar 11
Mar 20

8
23% Mar 29.

5
Mar 26

33%
17 %

Gray Drug Stores
1
Great Lakes Dredge & Dk_*
Gt Lakes Towing Co com
•
7% non-cum preferred_100
Greif Bros Cooperage cl A •
Greyhound Corp (Un)
3
Griesedleck Co

33%

Sale
10

Exchanged share-for-share
200

23%

11%
40
14%

9%
36%

Glidden Co (Un)
10
Goldblatt Brothers
8
Goodyear Tire & Rubber •
Gossard Co (H W)
•
Granite City Steel
b.25

Effective

200

25

36

1

22
21
28
29
Mar 29

46%
9%
283/4
9%

9%

5

6%

6

9%

8%
2%
10%

35
33
46

5

Gillette (The) Co

Mar 25
Mar 14
Mar 8
Mar 1
Mar 28

4% Mar 29

Sale

70
83/4
2%
9%

Corp—_3.33%

8

Sale

4%

General Telephone &

General Tire 8s Rubber
Genesco Inc
—

Mar

Sale

41
34
47

6%
45%
8%
243/4
8%

General Dynamics
1
General Electric (Un)
5
General Foods Corp
•
General Mills
.3
General Motors Corp_1.66%
General Portland Cement—1
Gen Public Util (Un)
2.50

28% Jan
2
55% Mar 1
236% Jan 10

65% Mar 29
34% Jan 30
80% Jan 15
62% Jan 10
247% Jan 30

4%

Sale
Sale
Sale
7%

45

1

__

51% Jan
2
31% Jan 14

240

Mar 12

Mar l
Mar 20
Mar 1
Mar l

20% Feb 18
23% Feb 20

Sale

Sale

45%
35%

Candy

21

16% Jan 2
17% Jan 16

30
Mar 4
60 % Mar 25

Mar

Mar 29

60% Mar 27
26
Feb 1?
54% Feb 1«
20% Jan
t

—

4%

1

Corp
5
General Contract Finance_2
General

22%
Sale

22
113

19% Sale
106% 107%
17 %
Sale
28
28%
12%
—

1
Mar 20
55% Mar 1
237
Mar 19
32
29

44
Mar 29
27% Mar 26
46% Jan 25
64% Feb 18
12% Feb 21

65% Mar 29
33% Mar 18

6

33%
29 %
30
59% 60
241
241%

Mar 27
Mar 12
Mar 1
Mar 14

4
4
3

Sale
Prices
37% Mar 25

19% Mar 5
22% Mar 13

18% Mar 20

33

Mar 14

60%
24%
52 %
16%

49% Mar 29
Mar 29

Sale
29%
Sale
55% Sale
235% 236%
32

Sale
234»% 235

*

Sale
Sale

16

Highest

23*% Jan
43% Mar 28
59% Mar 1
11
Jan
8

7

12

20% Mar 22

General Amer Transport 1.25
General Bankshares Corp
2

40,600
1,504
29,800
44,800
37,700
8.800
18,700
218,500
24,000
6,300

260

15

50
Sale

5,700
3,400

7,900

Sale

19 %

Fairchild Camera <&
Instrument Corp (Un)
1
Firestone Tire & Rub (Un)_*
First Wisconsin Bankshs
5
Flour Mills of America Inc_l
Ford Motor Co
2.50
Foremost Dairies Inc
2
Fruehauf Trailer Co_
1
FWD Corp
10

41,400
14,100
1,450
130,300
18,400

15

49%

29,200
8,450

2,400
32,100
4,400

56% Mar 1
23% Mar 18

Sale

23%

Deere & Co
Detroit Edison

100

60
24
Sale

44

Mar 28
Mar 1
11% Mar 26

54

11,000
7,650
14,400
9,200

21.300

59%
23%
49%

Sale

Sale
61%

23

14,000

9,100

27%
43%
61%
11 %

53%

4,600
2,000

65

10%

Mar
Mar

Continental Oil (DelMUn) 5
Controls Co of America
5
Corn Products Co
50c

5,400

60,900

Prices

Sale

Curtiss-Wright Corp (Un)_l

65

Ask

Sale
Sale
45
59

9,800

2,700
16,200

Bid

Sale

34%

32,600

4,000
12,000

Ask

Sale
Prices

42%
24%

7,200

1,100

Closing or

•

Co

2,100

900

or

Lowest
Sale
Prices

Highest

Lowest

1.33%

Foods

Power

Bid

Par

March 29

March 1
Opening or
Bid
Ask

1963

Opening

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

-PRICES IN MARCH

Price Jan. 2,

Crowell-Collier
Publishlng_l
Crucible Steel Co of
America (Un)
12.50

4,300

41

MIDWEST STOCK EXCHANGE

April, 1963

10
a

'

.

__.

9
43
6

Sale

8"%

43%
6%

44%

47%

Sal"

Deferred

,

delivery

■■

—
.

Mar 1
27% Mar 29
53% Mar 18
44% Mar 20
59% Mar 13
27% Mar 1
26
Mar 6
42% Mar 21
55% Mar 28

.

31
38%
29%
56 %

48%
60%
30%
27 %

44%
55 %

9

-

-

■

_

Mar 13
Mar 28
Mar 7
Mar 11
Mar 25
Mar 7
Mar 29
Mar 7
Msr 29
Mar 28

Mar

1

31
36
26

50% Jan

4
♦OV4 Jan
3
59% Mar 13
263* Jall
2
25% Jan
3
42% Mar 21
55 % Mar 28

8% Feb

6%

47% Mar 27
6% Mar 19

43
6

53%

51% Mar 20

53% Mar 27

47% Jan

9
47

Sale

6%

6

50%

50%

52%

rCash sale.

Mar 13

8% Mar 8
43% Mar 12
6
Mar 21

Sale
45
6%

sale.

31
36

Sale

* ®x-o /idend.

13

Jan
3
Mar 21

2

31

10
Jan 15
47% Feb 20
6% Mar 19

54% Feb 18

(Un) Issue adr^^ted to unlisted trading privileges,

42
Aggregate Sales

Midwest

March

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

2.200

7,700
6,100

Price Jan.

alUtJVa
Kaiser Alum & Chem

in

"TOO

2,700

7,800

26,500
12,100

4,800
2,200

3,200
950

13,600
2,900
2,60o

5,800

!

7,000
2,700
26,500
7,700

9,850
20

4,300

2,800
4,900
1,200

6,100

Bid

33%

35%

Kansas City Pw&Lt (Un)_«
Kansas Pwr & Lt (Un)—8.75
Kennecott Copper (Un)
_•
Kimberly-Clark Corp
5
Knapp Monarch Co
—1

Ask

Sale

32%

48 V4

52%

53%

66%

Sale

Sale

5414
6%

Sale
Sale

70%
53%

27%
19%
12 %
66%

Sale
20

9

7%

29

20%
13 %
69%

12%
Sale
Sale

8

46

11%

12%

12

5y8

5%

35V4

Sale
Sale

50
40

77%

78%

12

5%

12%
Sale

Merer Blanke Co__
Mickelberry's Food Prod—1

9y8
17

Sale
17%

27,500

Middle South Utilities

10

35y4

14,100

Minneapolis Brewing Co__ll
Minn Min & Mfg (Un)
*
Mississippi River Fuel—10
Modlne Manufacturing Co_*
Monroe Chemical Co
•
Monsanto Chemical (Un)__2
Montgomery Ward & Co__*
Morris (Philip) Inc (Un)_5
Motorola Inc
3
Muter Co
50c

10Va
53

35%
Sale

524
5,300

1,000

2,900

Co

McKay Machine

Means (F W) & Co
Merck & Co (Un)

43%
Sale
Sale

83

47%

650

Sale
Sale
7%
43%

80%

•
•
16%c

106

13%
73%
7%

80%

16%

McCrory Corp

Sale
70 %
Sale

41

16

1,800

Sale
20 %

Sale

35%
20%
16%

300

32
20

36
Sale

34%
Sale

•

29%
20%

35%
33%
20%
15%
47%
39%

43 y2
35

1
50c

7%

49 Ya

Sale
Sale

Marshall Field & Co
Martin-Marietta (Un)

8

Sale

44%
37
33%
21%

•

55
7%

Sale

35 y2

51%
42%
8%

4

53
72%
55%

8%

17%

Marquette Cement Mfg

52
72%

15%
51%
46%
8%

Sale

Marathon Oil Co

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
17
50%

Sale
52
Sale

8%

Sale
16%
Sale
Sale
83%

Merritt Chapman &

1,400
2,500

477
750
6,700

3,200
10,600
10,300
150

5,100
5,200

1,312
2,800
41,600

32,800
1,400
1,302

9,600
27,000.
600

30,800
66,100

2,700
1,200

2,300
11,900
2,300

1,300
2.600

1,700
5,600

8,400
1,800
12.400

21,600
5,700
12,500

2,700

6,900
14,000

3.9,00
8,400

2,90o~

350

32,000
7,600

19.800
4,400

1,650
85,000

2,800

24,100
11,900

3,300

18,000

6,100
800

16,100
3,400

4,400
800
1.400

13,100
2,700

6,400

2,100
900

2,600
7,800
2,600

10,000
3,200

12%
_4

Scott

Metropolitan Brick Inc

Nachman

Corp

5

Corp (Un)
Nat'l Gypsum Co (Un)
National Lead Co
National Tile & Mfg
New York Central RR
Nor Amer Aviation (Un)
North American Car Corp

1
5

liy2

57%
39y8
26
3"/2
49%
33

•

24%

Sale

24

Sale

40%

40%

44 y8

Sale

;

Corp
•
Northern Illinois Gas Co__5

15

15%

58%

;

Manufacturing Co

1
15

Mathieson

7.50
Chemical
5

Mar

5

81

Mar

40% Mar 7
82% Mar 27

12

Mar

5

7%Mar26

Sale

24
44

Mar l
Mar 19

73% Mar 12

'

39%

45 Ya

Sale

45%

39%

39%

41%

45%
Sale

47%
>.49%
43%

Sale

Sale

493A
Sale

45
Mar
46 y4 Mar
41 y8 Mar

35%

Sale

44

44%

35%
43%

44%

33%
46%

13%
47 y4
36%

13%
Sale
36%

31%

Sale

43/4

.

Sale

16%

Sale

48%

76%
5y4
18 Ye
62%
22%

Mar 13
Mar 27
Mar 26
Mar 5

Mar 20
4
Mar 28
Mar 27
Mar 5
Mar 1
Mar 22

16% Mar
62% Mar

4

Mar 13

Feb 28 ;

24

4
413/8 Jan
73% Mar 12
Feb

3

5
2

15% Jan
60
Jan 24

9% Jan
2
17% Mar 28
38% Mar 28
12

Feb

18

62% Jan 18
43 y2 Feb 18
28% Jan 31
3
4
Jan

54% Feb 18
35y2 Mar 29
79
Mar 12
72% Feb 14
5% Mar 14

Feb 26
8

5

80% Jan

26 Va Jan 28
45 V* Mar 4

76% Mar 28
5y4 Mar 27

18% Feb 15
64 y4 Jan
3
24% Jan
2

21

Mar

5

4

15

Jan

7

17

5

57% Jan

7

63% Feb 19
48% Jan 30
50 Va Jan 28

Feb

14

47% Mar 29
55 Ya Mar 13

1

44% Mar 27

4
43% Jan
2
433/3 jan
39% Jan 17

33% Mar 29
44% Mar 19

35% Mar 1
47y4 Mar 28

33% Mar 29
43% Jan
8

35% Feb 19
49% Jan 29

15% Mar 13
47% Mar 18

17

48% Mar 27

13 y4 Jan
47 y4 Jan

7
2

37%

36% Mar 28

37% Mar

17% Feb 26
50% Feb 13
37% Mar 5

Sale

33

4

37

■

Mar

Mar 28

4
36% Jan
2
31% Jan
72 y2 Jan 24

.

——"•

37Ya Jan 28
72 y2 Jan 24

32

5

Mar 25

44% Feb 19

Sale

33%
14%

Sale
15y4

32% Mar 19
15y4Mar27

16

1

Jan 2
15y4Mar27

34% Jan 28

Sale
Sale

30

Sale

37»/4

38%

39%

25
35

Sale
Sale

30% Mar 27
37% Mar 26
25y2 Mar 13

21% Jan
4
36
Mar 20
24y2Mar20

30% Mar 27
40
Feb 14

Sale
32V2
Sale

25% Mar 1
36
Mar 20
24% Mar 20

49»/2
48%

Sale
Sale
Sale

29% Jan 28
13y4 Jan
2

Sale
48%

33y4 Mar 12
147/a Mar 25
46Va Mar 4
47% Mar 27

35

15

Sale
Sale

49y8
58y4

Sale

48%

46%

Sale
Sale

53

Sale

33yaMar29
Mar

48%

18%

47%
16%

Sale

15
70y8

.v.

16y8
'__-f

Sale

,

Sale
58%
Sale
17

15.
74

Sale

Mar 29

16% Mar
,

5

49% Mar 29

48
53

Mar 29 ;:
50%
Mar 1
58%
47% Mar 1
50Ya
16y2 Mar 5
17
'
-'/•■
70y8 Mar 1
75%

46 a Feb 12
47% Jan
3

49% Mar 29

Mar 12
Mar 28
Mar 27
Mar 22

47
Jan
2
53
Mar 1
47y8Jan 14
16y2 Jan
8

51% Feb 21
58% Feb
4
50y8 Mar 27
17
Feb
5

Mar 28

70y8 Mar 1
29% Jan 16
32y2 Jan
4

41

66% Mar 29

62% Feb 19

69

Jan

62% Mar 7
26% Mar l
37% Mar 27
45y4Mar28

56% Jan
3
22% Mar 19

66% Feb 13
30% Feb 25

34% Jan
43% Mar

48% Jan 24

35

32% Mar

Sale

28

37y4

Sale

39'%

Sale

37»/4 Mar

4

34% Mar 28
30y4Mar28
40% Mar 13

62%

61%

62

65%

Sale

62% Mar

5

59%
23y4
37y4

Sale
Sale
Sale

57% Mar 19
22% Mar 19 N

45

Sale

32y4
24%
42%
28 y2
47y4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

57y4
28%

Sale
28%

35

Revlon Inc

40%

Sale
Sale

4,000

12,600

Rexall Drug &
Chemical (Un)

9,800

34.200

33,800

81,300
16,850
64,600

28

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

43%

Sale

Deferred delivery

60

Sale

26%
37y8
43y2

Sale
Sale
Sale

31

31 y4
Sale
Sale

24y8
38%
29 V*
45V2

sale,

r

Sale
Sale

Cash sale.

6
Mar 19

36
Mar 19
43% Mar 7

29y8 Mar
24

Mar
38% Mar

t Ex-liquidating

v

24
.

32% Mar 25

8
4
1

28% Mar 18
45% Mar 1

•

75%
29%
37%
30y4

36y2 Jan 11

34%
29%

Radio Corp of Amer (Un)__*
Raytheon Company
5
Republic Steel (Un)
^_10

Feb 25

Mar
Jan
Jan
Feb
Jan

______

__

Sale

Sale

50

•

_

Sale

32%

Feb
4
Mar 29
16% Feb 15

28
35

Mar 15

50

33%
28%
37y2

32%

17y2 Jan 16

••

15y4
46%
48J/2

38,100'
12,300
34,400
9,600

a

Feb 26
Mar 1

5
67

Feb

32%

24Vb
37

23%
41%

3y2 Jan 16
49
Jan 17
32% Jan
3
72% Feb 20
60y2 Jan
2
4y8 Jan
3

45% Mar

______

33

25Va Mar 13

6

16

13,100

2.50

9
8

4

62

Reynolds Metals Co (Un)__*
Reynolds (R J) Tob (Un>_5
RIchman Bros Co
•
Royal Dutch Petrol (Un)_'.10g

12% Jan

Sale

4,300

•

Jan 25

16y4

2,100

Co_

5

173/a
48%

36%
36y2

——

11

71% Mar 27
26

9%
43%
18 y8
54 y8
47%

1
4

Sale

48%

Sale
33%

Mar

Mar 25
Jan 15
5
Feb
4
Jan
6
Feb
Feb 25

75%

47%

17

48 y4
37
33 Ya

5

5

49%
37%
38 y4
22%
17
50%

14

Jan

Jan
9
Jan 17
10y8 Jan
2
53
Jan
2
37y2 Mar 19

68% Mar 22
5Ya Mar 14

Mar
Mar

8%

Mar 29
5
Mar 4
Mar 13
Jan
2
Jan 28
Feb 27
Feb 21
Mar 13
Jan 14

45

7%Mar26

52% Mar 26
35% Mar 29
79
Mar 12

67

32

20% Mar

85% Feb

17
35

__

66% Mar 28
4% Mar 27

7

4
74 % Feb
58% Jan 11
8Va Mar 11

2

5% Jan 25

49V4 Mar 1
32% Mar 1
72% Mar 4

5

4

12

__

4
1

6

14

Jan

35

9
Mar 14
17% Mar 28
387/8 Mar28
11% Mar 1
60
Mar 28
42% Mar 11
26
Mar 8

17
Mar 12
35% Mar 1
liy8 Mar 6
56y4 Mar 4
37% Mar 19
25V* Mar 13

Mar

38% Jan

40% Feb
53 % Mar

79% Jan

12 Ya Mar
5% Mar

5% Mar

39%
43%

Sale




50

Jan 16
16
2
47% Jan

60

47y2
46y8

•No par value.
fCorrected volume.
®nli«t»rt trading privileges,
y Ex-rights

4

16% Mar

Peoples Gas Lt & Coke
•
Pepsi-Cola Co
;
33y3c

6,700
26,600

Mar

Sale

25%
32V*

2,900

20

17

6
Mar 25
47% Mar 29
Mar 18
39
Mar

17

30%
Sale

4.700
9,300

21% Mar 19

16

61%

25

Oats

49% Mar 25

44%

43%

Jan 23
Feb 28
8% Jan 31

20

16%

47

1
8

28
Mar 29

43% Feb 28
341/2 Jan 24
33% Mar 29

17%
Sale

54%
49
16%
14%
70%

17% Mar" !
53% Mar 12
47% Mar 13
8% Mar 8

6

Jan

37% Mar 26
37% Mar 8

16%
62%

32
15%

Mar

Jan
2
Jan 14
Jan 22
Jan
2
Mar 28

43% Mar 1
35 Ya Mar 4
33 Va Mar 29

Sale

30%
13'A

.

8% Mar

60%
22%

24%

Quaker

Mar
42% Mar

27%
19%
12%
66%
6%
43%
15%
49%
42%

Mar 29

75% Mar 13
8% Mar 11

Mar~29

50

60%
21%

5
10

9,200

15%

Sale

•

4,900
10,300

4

Sale

Parke-Davis & Co

16.600

14

Sale

56.600
19,700

Pfizer (Charles)(Un)__33ysc
Phelps Dodge (Un)
12.50
22.900 Phillips Petroleum Co (Un)_5
2,103- Potter Co (The)
1
1
Process Corp
_
•
26,800
Procter & Gamble (Un)
•
6,000 Pub Serv..Co of Colo
5
21,900 Public 8erv Corp of Ind
•
16,900 Pullman Co (Un)_.
31,300 Pure Oil Co
5

5

16

14,600

9.800

20% Mar

6
Mar 28
12% Mar 26
70 Ya Mar 4
6% Mar 28

Sale

25%
36%

20,400

32

Mar 28
55
Mar 28
8% Mar 11

Sale

—

Sale
36%

7,800

29% Mar
20

16%
62 Ya
21 Ya

•

Peabody Coal Co
Pennsylvania RR

73

4y4
15 y2
60
21

Owens-Illinois Glass Co_6.25

Pacific Gas & Elec (Un)—10
Packaging Corp of Amer__5

70 Ya Mar 5
52% Mar 13
7% Mar 8

4%

Sale

Mar~~7

53%

79%

25%

32% Mar 1
40 v Jan 30
50
Jan
7
66% Jan
2
52% Mar 13
6% Jan
2

7

51% Mar 19

4 Ya

Sale
Sale
65

1

651/.
4%

4y8

Indiana Public

Ohio Edison Co
Oklahoma Nat Gas Co

34% Mar

1

.-'nil'

Sale
Sale

-

7

Co
•
Natural Gas Co_10
Pacific Ry (Un)_5
States Power
(Minn) (Un)
5
Northwest Bancorp
3.33

32% Mar

5

22
36y#

2,500
7,800
1,012

71

Sale

4%

Airways Inc (Un)_
1
Paramount Pictures (Un)__l

4,900

64y2

67

73%

24,400
1,000

7,100
1,800

Sale
4%

80%

,

9,000
400

50,500
29,400

Sale
26%
5
Sale
Sale

80%

Pan American World

2,900
12,700

38%
25%
3y2
51 y2
35%
78%

68

15%
64%
24%

Olin

8%
17%
Sale
Sale
58%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
27
5
Sale

Sale
4%

49%
32%

1
1

Oak

8%
17y4
38%
11 y4
58 y4

__

17%
35%

60%
3%

4

_3y8

Northern
Service
Northern
Northern
Northern

12 V*
5%

74y4

38%

1

Northern Illinois

8

5%

Sale
Sale
27
4%
Sale
Sale
74%

26

5
5

Nat'l Cash Register (Un)
Nat'l Distillers & Chem

Sale
Prices

_

47%

Ask

34%

Sale

__

4
Laclede Gas Co__.—
Leath & Co__
•
Libby McNeil & Libby
7
Liggett <fe Myers Tob (Un)25
Lincoln Printing Co com_50c
$3.50 preferred
*
LingTemco Vought(Un)_50c
Lockheed Aircraft (Un)_
1
Lorillard (P) Co (Un)
5
Lytton's (Henry C) & Co__l

Bid

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices.,

Highest

Sale
Prices

Closing or

or
Ask

Bid

53%
42 %
8%

22,900
.

Opening

Opening or

Par

52%
42%
8%

17,200
28,700
26,300
71,700

2,600
9,100

„

CTArirC

16 %

15,400
10,100
12,200
2,700

-PRICES IN MARCH
1
Lowest
March 29

2,
March 1

Stock Exchange

25

Mar

7
45% Mar 27
-v

29% Mar 13
47% Mar 27

distribution.

x

1

Jan

2

2
7

29y8 Mar
23% Jan
38Va Mar
28
Jan
43y2 Jan

Exdividend.

(Un) Issue

39

37

26%
45%
30%
47%

Feb

28
16
17
25
18

24

18

Jan
7
Feb 18
Mar 27
Jan 24
Feb
6

admitted

April, 1963

MIDWEST STOCK EXCHANGE

Aggregate Sales
in
March

Since
Jan. 1

Midwest
*
Stock Exchange

Shares

Shares

STOCKS

par

482

1,422
50,300

Louis Nat Stockyarda

•

25,900
4,500
16,700

29,500
42,500

600

2,100

2,300

7,300

2,700

9,900
1,700
46,200
9,000
3,900
3,100
22,900

455

12,500
1,700
1,300
1,000
6,400
2,000
18,100
10,000
3,100
6,500
1,200

2,000

St

Price Jan. 2,

K

Bid

350

12,300
1,300
4,700
99,200

2,600
74,000
12,500
11,400
142,400

3,700

12,100

45,700
24,100

9,000

173,400
58,100
37,700

700

4,800

6,300
11,900
2,300

39,800
15,500

400

1,900

100

300

400

2,200
6,600

15,000

1,600
700

2,300
5,400

1,200
1,700

4,000

40

288

1,200

3,600

24,200
3,300

33,400
13,600

1,700
7,000

7,000
29,200

2,000

7,500

1,800

10,600

1,900
5,700

26,100
12,900

31,600

120,300

5,700

24,100

6,000

25,400

6,900

21,700

19%

19%
Sale

19%

39%

39%

Sale

59

Sale

57

76%
9%
8%
8%

Sale
Sale

61

3
Servel Inc
1
Shaeffer (WA) Pen Co cl A_1

77%
9%

Sale

77%

Schwitzer Corp
Sears Roebuck & Co

Class B
Shell Oil Co

1
1

.1—

Standard

Dredging

1

Stewart-Warner Corp
Storkline Corp
Studebaker Corp
Sunbeam Corp
Sunstrand Corp

■n

—r

■■

n

(Un).

95

401

1,100

3,000

1,700
1,500
2,700

4,000
3,900
7,100

3,400

35,700

300

900

600
1,000

2,400
5,400

8,400

44,000

'

$

•No

1,000
value.

par

Kavrlghts.




2

8%

9%

Sale
Sale

16y8

16%

66%

67%

Sale
Sale
Sale

15%
8%

Sale
Sale

30

Sale

14y8
8y4
34y2

Sale

31

Sale
43

7%
42 y4
24 y2

32
Sale

30

31
6%

26%
44%
4

21%
73y2
40%

44y8
1374
38y4
33

35
96
14
27

9

18% Mar

Sale
44 y8
26

31%
6%
42 y8
24y4
28%
41 Ya

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

33%
7%
44%
25 y.
34%
42%

18%
607/8
17%
41%
49y2
13%
29%

Mar 1
Mar 1
Mar 12
Mar 4
Mar 6
Mar 27
Mar 21

59

8

26
18
21
1
12

25%

26%
48%

Sale

Sale
42%

23%
74%

24 y4

75%

Sale
9%

103% 105

30%

48
4
46

4%

28%
74%

Sale

52%

63y2
35»/2

25%
76%
43%

Sale

24%

Sale

14»/4

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
31

607/8
Sale
32»/4

26%
32

58
Sale

43
54
14

60%
35%
32

Sale

38%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

46%

57%
44 y2
64%

19%
65%
17%

Sale

6%

Sale
36%
84 y8

41%

36%

Sale
Sale
Sale

37
106%

36

24% Mar 12

37% Mar 28
106%
53y8
62%
36

Mar 25
Mar 19
Mar 8
Mar 4

36y4Mar26

25% Mar

43% Mar 19
6% Mar 12
33 y8 Mar 20

45% Mar 11
7% Mar 28
35% Mar 29

39%

44%
7
35%

44%

Sale
Sale
Sale

75

80

Sale
99% 101

36% Mar 18

39

40%

9%

1

13% Mar 8
28% Mar 20
34% Mar 7

Sale

Sale
Sale

4% Mar

46
Mar 29
30 y4 Mar 27
74% Mar 15

44% Mar 19

29%

45
65

26% Mar 6
47 y2 Mar 20

102 Va Mar 1
51 y8 Mar 6
61% Mar 26
34% Mar 11
32y4Marl3

25%

Mar 5
Mar 29

54% Mar 25
31% Mar 7

24 Va Mar 4
74% Mar 15

Sale
357/a

22
Mar 6

55
Mar 15
14y4 Mar 1
31
Mar 7

1

Sale
53>/4
64

14
27
14

Sale

Sale
Sale

41%

18
43

Mar 6
Mar 15
Mar 4

37%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

19% Mar 27
66y4Mar22

7

Mar

Mar 25

13% 14
29% 29%

46%

34%

58%

75

Mar

-

5
80% Mar 27
44
Mar 25
47% Mar 28
14% Mar 4
32% Mar 7
39% Mar 28

34%

41

Sale
29 y4

79y4 80
43% 44

28%
32 y4
36 y8

58%

Sale

41%

102 Va
53y4

46%

Sale
32%

25 %
31

33

Sale

Sale

76
43

42% 42%
60% 61
43% 44 y4
71 y4 71%
9% 10
101% 102%

Mar

1
6

>

28 y4 Mar 19
32 y4 Mar 1

36% Mar
80

81

Mar

Mar

29% Mar
34% Mar
40% Mar
80% Mar

1
4

40% Mar 25
56 y4 Mar 12
44 - Mar 11
64% Mar 5
9% Mar 8
101% Mar 26

Mar 4
2
Jan
Jan 22
2
Jan
Feb 28
33 y2 Mar 8
96
Mar 18
13
Jan 11
2
25 y4 Jan
36
Jan
2
8% Jan 16

47

Mar 29
Mar 22
Mar 27

34

Sale
Sale

46y4

Feb 27
Jan 22
5
Feb
Jan 25
Mar 22

22% Mar

22%
35%
58%
51 Va
28%

42 y4
59%
45 y4
71%
10
102 y4

-

28

14
29
4

Jan

20% Feb 14
68% Mar 26
57
64
59

2

Jan

27

15

9% Feb 25

33y2Mar27
33% Mar 25

2

42

29
22

Mar
Mar
Mar
16% Jan

2

6% Jan

18
1°
30

40y8 Mar 27
9
Mar 15

58% Jan
2
52% Jan
2
13% Mar 26
7y4 Jan
2
29V* Feb 25

31

4
29
25
14
29
28

41 y4 Mar
66 Va Mar
56% Jan
31 y2 Jan
36
Jan
96
Mar
15
Jan
28
Jan

16y8Mar25

6%
43 y8

25%

Sale
38%

Feb

79%
liy4
9%
9%
38 y4

8% Mar 26

57
64

53% Mar 14

40%
Sale

14

62

61% Feb 28

32

31%
25%
45 Va
4%
42%

Sale

Jan

28

44% Jan 18

8% Jan
3
8% Jan
3
34% Jan 17

9
Mar 4
33y2Mar27

54%

74

12% Mar 28
11

13 Va Jan
21% Jan

74% Jan 17

4

8l/4Mar20
29% Mar 6

32

Sale
32y4

32y8 Mar 26

8
2

687/s Mar 26

8y2
34y8

54

Sale
48ya
63%

59

7

Jan

13% Mar 26

2
Jan
Jan 22
3
Jan

39% Mar

15% Mar 11

31%

42%

18 y2

Mar 15

14%

31%

45%
4%

12

53

9
2
2

Jan

26% Jan

Mar 15
Mar 18
Mar 7
Mar 29

59y4 Mar l
57% Mar 1
13% Mar 26

54%

45

Sale
Prices

13% Jan

40% Mar 27

16y8Mar25
61% Mar 1
52% Mar 1

53%
31%

42ys
Sale
Sale

47

14

22% Mar 4
41% Mar 29
66y8=Mar 25 - '
55 y2 Mar 4
30ya Mar 28

4
Mar 6
60% Mar 4
54
Mar 1
28% Mar 19
33% Mar 8
96
Mar 18
13
Mar 20
25% Mar 1
37
Mar 4
9
Mar 15

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

46%
6%
32%

9

22% Mar

37

17%
427/4
54ya
14V4
30%

42

Sale

79

10

Sale

31
35

35%

12% Mar 28
12 % Mar 5
20 y4 Mar 15
40% Mar 25
61% Mar 14
79% Mar 14
9% Mar 4
9% Mar 4
9% Mar 15
38 y4 Mar 22

Sale

35

317/«

10% Mar 1
12 y4 Mar 18
19 y8 Mar 6
39% Mar 8
Mar 1
60
77% Mar 1
8% Mar 26
8% Mar 5
9y4 Mar 15
Mar 6
35

18%

34%

33%

48

61

77

48

49% Mar 11
13% Mar 26
32% Mar 26

Sale

29

Highest

Prices

48% Mar 15
13 y2 Mar 1
28% Mar 1

Sale
Sale

72%

63

Prices

41%

Sale
Sale
Sale

20

101

Sale
Prices

42%
Sale
Sale
Sale

4%
42%
20%

42%

Union Bag-Camp (Un)__6%

8

Feb 14
Mar 27

25
2
22% Jan
2
25% Jan
2
40% Jan

44%
26%
34%
43%

177/a Jan
2
59y2 Jan
7
16% Jan
2
41% Mar 4
43% Jan
9
13% Mar 27
29y2Mar21

19% Mar 27
66Va Mar 22

Jan

18
44
57

Mar 7
Mar 1
Feb
5
Mar 15
Mar 4
Jan
4
Jan
7

Feb 19
Feb
5
Feb 18

15% Feb
33% Feb

6
6

57% Jan 15
32% Feb 12

53% Mar 14
31%
25%
44%
4%
42%
21'/a
71 y2

Feb 14
Mar 22
Jan 25

28

Feb

5

48% Feb 21
4% Jan 10
46

Mar 29

30% Mar 27
76

-

Jan

10

4

35% Feb 26

37% Feb

101
Jan
2
48% Jan
4
60y4 Jan 25
33% Jan 2
32yaJan
7

111% Feb

21% Jan 2
737/8 Jan
3
40% Jan
3
43% Jan
2
13% Mar 8
28%-Mar 20

27% Feb
81% Jan
46% Feb
49% Feb
17y8 Jan
42% Jan
39% Mar

43% Mar 19
6% Jan 2

33

Jan

4
55% Feb 20
64% Jan
4
36
Feb
1

36% Mar 26

2

18
14

19
18
23
9

28

1
48% Feb
7% Jan 7
35% Feb 20
32% Jan 31

32
Jan 17
2
26% Jan
3
31% Jan
36% Jan 11

37

Jan

28

40% Mar 29

75

Feb 25

80% Mar

Mar 28

38

Jan

43

23

Mar 27
Mar 1
Mar 20
Mar 12
Mar 22

56 y4 Mar 12
42% Jan 30

62

31
18

3=

63% Feb 13
9

Jan

9

100% Feb 26

Jan
Jan
46% Jan
71% Mar

4

2o
10% Jan 21
106 Va Feb
5

Youngstown Sheet Ac Tube_*

85%

14%
Sale

15%
88%

88%

15%
93 y4

Sale
Sale

15 y2 Mar 1
89
Mar 20

15% Mar 14
93 y4 Mar 29

13% Jan
85 y4 Jan

Zenith Radio Corp

54%

Sale

52%

Sale

51%

Sale

51% Mar 20

54y4 Mar 14

51% Mar 20

59% Jan 22

68

68

68

68

S

1,000

9%

Sale

Sale
Sale

14J/2
7y4

Transamerica Corp (Un)
2
Trav-ler Industries
1
Trl-Continental Corp (Un)^l
20th Cent-Fox Film (Un)_l
208 So La Salle St Corp
•

S

Sale
Sale

18%
61%

52%

Machine

39%

8%

29%
26%

Yates-Amer

37%

___

Sale

29

Wilson & Co (Un)
*
Wisconsin El Pow (Un)
10
Wisconsin Public Service 10
Woolworth (FW) Co (Un)_10
World Publishing Co
1
Wrigley (Wm) Jr
_•

Sale
Sale

90
13
27

63%
58%

52%

2

29%
Sale

56%

•
5

2.50
Westinghouse Electric
6.25
Whirlpool Corp
5
Wieboldt Stores $4.25 pfd_*

34
96

Sale
Sale
Sale

5

10
1

Sale
Sale

59Vz
57y2

Thor Power Tool Co

Inc

29%
34%

t

52%

Thompson Ramo-Wooldr

Walgreen Co

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

59y2
53y4

18

Co (Un)
•
U S Gypsum
4
U S Rubber (Un)
5
U S Steel Corp
16%
Universal Match Corp__2.50
Universal Oil Products Co
1
Upjohn Co (Un)
1

Sale
Sale

Sale

61%
16%
41 Vz
41%
14y8
29%

United Fruit

41%
65%
54%

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest
Sale

Highest <■"

-

47

5
1
1
5
1

Union Carbide Corp
•
Union Electric Co <Un)_10
Union Oil of Calif
25
Union Pacific RR (Un)
10
United Air Lines Inc
10

38%

9%
9%
39%

19

5
12.50
Texas East'n Trans Corp 3.50
Texas Gas Transmission
5
Texas Gulf Producing_3.33y3
Texas Gulf Sulphur (Un)__*
Textron Inc
50c

Toledo Edison Co

8%
9V4

18%

Tenn Gas Transmission

.

Western Bancorp (Un)
Western Union Teleg

11,800

96

9

Sale
Sale

.

8%

Sale
34%

9%
35%
*•

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Texaco inc

Swift & Co

'

37%
60%
54%
29
33%
88 %
13%
25%
37%

..25

Sunray D X Oil Co—

Webcor

4,400

.

Sale
Sale

42%
22%
25%
40%

.

2,100

10,800

"•

9%
Sale

8%
35%
'•

12

62

1
1
2.50

42,300
34,000
54,700

7%

Oil of Indiana__25
Oil N J (Un)
7
Oil of Ohio
10

Packaging
Stanray Corp

24%

9

Sale

237/a
35%
58%
51%
29%
34%
89%
13%
25%
36%

Stand Kollsman Ind (Un)_l
Stand Oil Co of Calif__6.25
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard

9%
8%»
8%

38

Slgnode Steel Strapping
Sinclair Oil Corp

1,100
4,600

321/4
12 %

40%

12,500
11,900
11,800

Sale
12%

40%

Sparton Corp 6% pfd
100
Sperry-Rand Corp (Un)_50c
Spiegel Inc
_•
Square D Co (Un)
5

5,600

Sale

10%
12 Y*

1
1

Schering Corp (Un)

35

3,100
1,900
2,200

28%

Sale
Sale

nya
18%

1.40

109,100
11,000
4,800

39,000

13%

Sale
12 y4
Sale

35

31,500

49%

Sale

Sale

21,600
1,800

5,100
18,500
78,500
145,800
15,100
7,700
7,800
18,100

48%

13%

Ask

10

Southern Co (Un)
5
Southern Pacific Cu (Un)
•
Southwest'n Pub Serv Co_l

1,500
4,300

49

Sale
Sale

Bid

11%
18%

5

10,200
41,300
4,200

400

or
Ask

Bid

26%

Diego Imperial Corp—1

Sangamo Electric Co
Schenley Indus (On)

42,400

1,500
100

Opening

-PRICES IN MARCHMarch 29
Lowest
Sale
Closing or

Ask

13%

1
5
Socony Mobil Oil (Un)——15

41,800

,

53

St Louis Pub Serv cl A—12
St Regis Paper
5
San

March 1

1963 —
Opening or

43

Monroe

BONDS
Chemical 5s_

tCorrected
Ex-stock dividend.

volume,

1

Sale

.1985
a

Deferred

68 ;

delivery

sale

r

Cash

sale,

—

x

Ex-dividend.

Mar 20
(Un) Issue

Mar 20

admitted

to

9
2

Mar 20

unlisted

trading

16% Feb 26
95

Feb

18

Mar 20

privilege®

44

Philadelphia- Baltimore -Washin gton
Stock Exchange
Monthly and Yearly Record
PHILADELPHIA-BALTIMORE-WASHINGTON STOCK EXCHANGE
1963
1962
Bond Sales—
1963
1962
1,070,573
1,121,405
March
—
$3,000
3,669,474
3,411,169
Jan. 1 to March 31
27,400

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE
Stock Sales—
March (Shares)
Jan. 1 to March 31
Aggregate Sales
Since

in
March

Jan. 1

Shares

9,247

147

758

Phil&.-Balt.-Wash.
Stock Exchange

Shares

2.140

(Shares).

Price Jan. 2,
1963

Opening

STOCKS

Bid

Par

Opening

or
Ask

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices

-PRICES IN MARCHMarch 1
Bid

or
Ask

March 29

Closing

or

Ask

Bid

Highest

Lowest
Sale
Prices

Sale
Prices

LISTED ISSUES

34^574

115^024

1.735
2,156

4,464
8,630

2,665

9,122

Acme Markets Inc_
Alan Wood Steel com
5%
preferred
American Tel & Tel

100

1~022

4*811
14,973

896
1.014

5,151
500

50,200

2,603

5,208

100

208

1,201

4,236

5,221
776

16,126
2,562

173

817

11,595

50

262

994

4,530

54,461

9,986

~300

~393

44,130

144,833

55

461

140

798

10,218
15

340
2:971

1.170

13,071

10,099
32,195

742
920

3,269
1,260

D C Transit System—
Class A common

13%

13

Sale

13 V*
10

Sale

8%

10 Vb

10% Mar 11
13 ya Mar 5
98% Mar 15
93'/4 Mar 14

13y8

Sale

13%

941/4
22%

ll'/s
94%

22
73 V*

Sale

96

Sale
Sale

23%
Sale

24
Sale

19

21

22

91%

Sale

Mar 12
81% Mar 14

7%

6%

Sale

6% Mar 28

10%
50%

10%

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

32 ya
55%

Sale
55 y8

89

6

61/4

7%

11

11%
Sale
Sale

10%
49%
32%

Sale

51 %

47%
30%
50%

29%
21%
46%

Dairies Inc

8%
39%

16%
58 %
12%
331/4

__

Sale

29%
241/4
42%
91/4

Sale
Sale

38

__

17%

16%

Sale
13

60 %

33%

12%
38%

10%

—1
Hudson Pulp & Paper—
5% series A preferred—25
5.12% series B pfd
25
$1.41 conv 2nd pfd—24.50
International Resistance.lOc
Lanston Industries
5
Lehigh Coal & Navigat'n
1
Lehigh Valley RR
•
Macke Vending Corp cl A—1
Madison Fund Inc
1
Martin-Marietta Corp
1
Merck & Co Inc
16%c

Homasote Co

11

__

9%

21

21%

22
22
26

22%

Sale
Sale
Sale
40

17
Sale
12%
38 Va
11
__

__

28

29

25%
3%

Sale
3%

22%
20 %
20%
80%
24%

Sale
Sale

77%
22%

231/2
Sale
Sale
Sale
22%

Sale
24%

58

60

57%

61

1

52
7

Mergenthaler Linotype

7

4.396

3

22% Mar 21

24% Mar

25% Feb
47% Jan

24

Mar

7% Mar

4

4

3

93% Feb 21

27

38

Sale
40

5
46% Mar 29
91/2 Mar 29

21 Vb Jan

41% Mar 1
8% Mar 13
38

Mar 12

38

Mar 12

38

Sale

21%

Mar~27

22

Mar 29

201/4 Jan
9
121/4 Jan
8
16
Feb
5
57% Jan
2
11% Mar 27

Sale
Sale

46 Vb

9%

19
Sale

17%
65
12

12%
371/a

31%

9

8%
22
22%

Mar* 14

59% Mar l
11% Mar 27

17% Mar~27
65% Mar 28
121/4 Mar 6

10

Mar

6

8% Feb 11

21 y8 Mar 27

26

Mar

5

29
Jan 29
21 Vb Mar 27

28

Sale

3

11

Jan

3

22

24%

22%
Sale
Sale
83 Vb
24%

57

8

8
10% Jan 30
41 y8 Jan 29

22

Mar~29

12%
17%
65%
14%

Jan 21

Mar 27
Mar 28
Feb
4

10% Jan

29
29

11

Jan 29
Feb
7

2% Feb

31/4

52%
7

Sale

8

2% Feb

8

21% Feb

1

24 Vb Jan

4

61

__

__

20%
20%

22% Mar 13
19% Mar 1

82 Vb

19% Mar 13
80% Mar 8
24% Mar 25

22% Mar 13
20% Mar 7
20% Mar 1
83% Mar 12

77% Jan
2
23% Jan 14

Jan 14
22% Jan 4
87 V* Jan 30
26% Feb 15

8

37 y2 Feb

40 y8 Mar 6
41 >/2 Mar 29

34% Jan

3
4

40% Feb 18
41 y2 Mar 29

331/2 Mar 1
26% Mar 5
37% Mar 12

32 y8 Jan

2
2
2

33 7/s Jan

9
16% Mar 5
38
Jan 27

8ys Mar 11
4% Feb 21

9% Jan
2
7% Jan 21

29% Jan
2
5% Jan 15

4

33% Jan 18
8% Mar 15
48 V* Jan 29

11% Feb 21
68% Jan
2
7% Feb
4
169
Jan
8
5
Jan 16

11% Feb 21
73 y2 Feb 11
9% Feb 15
178
Mar 19
5% Jan 29

25

Mar 18

7

35%

Sale

25c

9%

Sale

8%

8%

9 V*

9%

30

Sale

421/4 Mar

51

52

51

51

52

52

72%

Sale

Mar

68%
162

—

Sale

42%

761/2

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

166

170

174

1

30%
8

45%

6% Mar

198

172
5

Sale

69% Mar 4
7% Mar 25
178
Mar 19
5
Mar 11

321/4

Sale

32%

Sale

31

63%

Sale
Sale

63 %

39%

Sale
40%

62%

33 y8

38 V*

Sale
39

43%
16%

1

Sale

Sale
Sale

461/4
17%

Sale

46%
17%

Sale
Sale

60% Mar
38% Mar
23% Mar
45 % Mar
17% Mar

541/4

Sale

8 V*
23%

8%

8%

81/2

Sale

22 Vb

_

8

21%
8%

Gas Improvem't.4.50
Universal Marion Corp
•

10
Washington Gas Light com.*
$4.25 preferred
•
$4.60 conv preferred
•

Sale
Sale
8ya

9

Warner Co

36%

26
34
87%

Sale

87%
123

102%

•

128

102

—

Sale

30

100

96%

96%
96%

31
——

29%
98

...

97

97%

88

6% % Inc subord debs.1977
r

Cash sale,

88

x

42% Mar

Mar 15
20
12

72'/a Mar 26
9

178
5

Mar

5

Mar 19
Mar 11

32% Mar

1

31

Mar 15

64% Mar

5

60% Mar 20

40 V* Mar

4
6

33 y8 Jan
22 Vb Jan

2
17
4
2

50% Mar 20

87/a

27%
35

541/4 Mar

50% Mar 20

Sale
Sale

8y8 Mar 11
22% Mar 13
8% Mar 29

Sale
Sale

25% Mar 11
33% Mar 5

8% Mar 25
23% Mar 1
9
Mar 19
27'/s Mar 29
35
Mar 29

29% Mar

9VB

Sale
Sale

43 % Jan

29% Mar

27
6

27

1

90

88
128
105

—

16% Jan

Jan

2

21 Vn Jan

2

8% Feb

5

8

25% Mar 11
33% Mar 5
87 y2 Feb 26

35% Feb

1

66 y8 Feb 18
41
Feb 28
25% Feb 21
47% Feb
4
18 Vb Mar 5
59

Jan

17

8% Jan 25
24 y8 Feb 21
9
Jan
8
4
29% Jan
4
37
Jan
87% Feb 26

—

31
98

BONDS
—.

46% Mar 27

121/4 Jan
35% Jan

24% Mar
47 y8 Mar 13
18 y8 Mar 5

Lothrop—
1.25

8% Mar 15

32% Jan

8

■

32%

United

1
5
4

91/2 Mar 28
5'/2 Mar 5
32% Mar 25

53

51%

25

Mar 15

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

30 V4

42%

•

Mar 6
Mar 6
Mar 26
Mar 1

8y8 Mar 11
5

_•

6%

24

—

Sale

331/4

19% Mar 1
19% Mar 13

52%

35%

Deferred delivery sale,

Mar 12

4

9% Mar

15

preferred

2
41% Feb 28
8ya Jan
2

23
23%

27
22

161/2

39%
32%
14%
357/8

Baltimore Transit Co—
1st deb inc 4s ser A
1975
Cum inc deb 5s ser A.1975




25% Jan 21

37% Mar 25

United Corp

a

24% Feb 28

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

5

•No par value,

24% Mar

Sale

Thompson RamoWooldridge

Common
5% preferred

4

41V*
32Va
15
37 ya

Scott Paper
_*
Smith Kline &
French Laboratories
•
South Jersey Gas Co
2.50
Southeastern Pub Serv
10c
Sun Oil Co
;
•
Texas Eastern Transmn_3.50

515

29>/2
22%

50

Co

Woodward &
145

2
2

38%

Public Service Elec <& Gas

85

30 y8 Jan
50 »/4 Jan

Sale
Sale
Sale

50
50
1

6.333
4,020
1,237

325

32% Mar 1
551/2 Mar 28

Sale

10

2,645

4,043
11,442

31% Mar 15
511/2 Mar l

53 Vb Feb 19
33
Feb 25
54% Feb 11

40

preferred
preferred
Progress Mfg Co

39,745

120

10% Mar 20
46% Jan
3

39%

Potomac Elec Power com

15.193

1,119

10% Mar 20
50% Mar 27

Sale
Sale
Sale

Rltter Finance class B

4.038
8,423

10% Mar 20
481/4 Mar 7

34%

29%
61/4

4,855

1,087
1,884

8% Feb 18

35'%
32%
13%

•
10

1,400

2,062

6% Mar 28

34%

Philadelphia Electric
Phila Transportation

Riggs National Bank

572

14% Jan
8
10% Mar 11

7

5

.

262
3

5,886

'48V4 Jan 26
14% Jan 31

22
Mar 12
71% Jan
2

10

Pennsylvania RR
Peoples Drug Stores Inc

100
9,817
1,205
43

.

3

125% Feb
7
28 Vb Feb 11

14
Jan 24
107
Jan 28
24% Jan 17
95
Feb 13

1

$2.44
$2.46

9,414
22,426

2

18

37% Feb

22%
21%

Pennsalt Chemicals Corp._3
Pennsylvania Gas & Water.*
Pennsylvania Pwr Sz Lt
*

Perfect

3,131

23

25c

preferred
Oxford Mfg class A

2,924

783
366

141/4 Mar

22

2.50
2
50c

Garfinkel (Julius) com
4%% conv preferred
25
General Acceptance Corp —1
60c conv voting pfd
•
$1 preferred
•
General Motors Corp
1.66%
Giant Food class A
1
Gimbel Bros
5

Reading

Mar~22

8% Mar 1
13
Mar 12
94 y4 Mar 1

431/4 Jan

101/4 Jan 22

14% Feb

24% Mar

11%
94%

20c

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co
of Long Island

2,628

13
Jan
8ys Jan
12% Jan

13 %

1

1,883
1,859

53,081
32.677

"*8

Sale
8%

20

281

85,734

2
7
3

8

5

6,164
10,320
27,098
61,262

25.938
30,763
7,798

114% Jan
24% Jan

122 V*

80% Jan 15

Co of

Food Fair Stores
Ford Motor Co

Inc

Mar" 13
26% Mar 29
47% Mar 15
14V* Mar 25

13

118% Mar

Feb 28

5

46%
Sale

44

Sale

68

12% Feb

13%

Delaware Pwr <Ss Light—6.75
Duquesne Light Co
5
Electric Storage Battery—10
Finance Co of America—
Class A
Firemans Insurance

7

14y8 Mar 14

Sale

25
1

Curtis Publishing

Photo

Sale

70% Mar

13%

Central RR of New Jersey_50

2,361
3,606
6,301
21,084

1,536
712

i2oy8
26%
45%

68 y2 Mar 27
14 y8 Mar 14

47

5

Common
5% non-cum

75

Sale

Sale

Sale
25

Natl Bank of Washlngton.lo
National Mtge & Invest—

29

3,298

10V*

13 %

43

1.1.80

Chrysler Corp

Foremost

Sale
13%

13

Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton

Washington (DC)
2,266
17,882
2,211

13%
62j/2
119%
251/2

1

Campbell Soup Co

60

69

1
24% Mar 28
45% Mar 26
13
Mar 6

33%

Baltimore Transit Co
Budd
Co

4,212

Sale
12'/«
64%

69
Sale
26 %
Sale

Arundel Corp
*
Atlantic City Electric
4.33
Atlantic Research Corp
1
B S P Company
66%c

9,959

8,308

71%
12%
62%
115%
24%

10

97
97 V*
94
.

Ex-dividend, y Ex-rights.

4

4

29% Mar

4

30% Jan

7

45

April, 1963

Detroit Stock Exchange
Monthly and Yearly Record

»

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE

Stock
March

Detroit
Stock Exchange

Aggregate Sales
Since
Jan. 1

in

March

Shares

Shares

6,128
1,888
1,418

12,284
6,610
3,855

418

1,889
2,172

STOCKS

Par

LISTED ISSUES
Allen Elec 6s Equipment

Allied

Supermarkets

Bohn Aluminum

4,508

Briggs Mfg Co

56,568

Chrysler Corp

3,173

24,949

3,478

10,365

1.240

2,596

470

192

26,475

90,843
,2,522

557

1,604

8,852

HZ

L392
120

8,148

11,871
142,254
63,266

"ili

250

1,605
578
•

375

655
*665

!

: 450

398
307

698

5,077
5,701

1,667
15,949
14,221

~500

6,275

~394

1,144

300

2,658

200
530

•'

-*~922

41

II

12

12

11% Mar 29

Continental Motors

—

Refrigeration

Instruments Corp

.

1
1

_5
DWG Cigar Corp
-1
Davidson Brothers Inc.
.10
Detroit Edison Co
1
Detroit Gasket 6s Mfg.
Detroit Industrial Prod
1
Detroit Steel Corp
1
Dielectric Products Engr—1

Fenestra Incorporated

Gt Lakes

Chemical Corp—1

5

Hall Lamp Co:
Hastings Mfg Co

2

Houdallle Industries Inc
International Breweries

„

ww

..

—

93

6

Mar

Mar

28i

12% Mar 1
43% Mar 28

11% Mar 29
4

12

Mar 12

7%
13%
16%
3%
16

6% Jan 21

Jan

10

Feb 26
Jan

11

Feb 18
Jan 14
Feb

14

Sale
13%

Sale

32

9y8
4%
10%
—

__

11%
3%

4%
33%
11%
4%

13

4%
31%

10% Mar

1

4% Feb 19
65c Jan 2o
12% Mar 18
5% Jan
3

11% Feb
4
5% Jan 15
1.00 Jan 31
14

Feb

25

28% Jan

3

5% Feb 25
34
Feb 18

73

Jan

3

94

10% Jan

8

13

41

Mar

41

11

Jan

7

Feb 18
Jan 28
43% Jan 10

12
Feb 20
26% Jan 14

8
6% Jan
6% Jan 22
21% Jan 16

6% Jan 22
21% Jan 16

33% Mar 18
11% Mar 29

4% Feb
8
31% Jan
2
9% Jan 10

4% Feb 8
34% Jan 31
12% Feb 13

12% Mar

11% Jan

13%

r-

12

__

4%
12

4%

__

Sale
Sale
6
13
4%

32

Mar 1
10% Mar 19

12

Mar~18

i

8

8

Jan

11

Feb~18

19% Jan

5%

4
4

4%

4%

4%

4%

43% Mar 28

3

23%

24

Feb~12

Jan

8

24

Jan

35%
4%
40%
38

Feb 20
Jan 29
Jan
3
Mar 12

36% Jan 30

Feb 28

47% Jan

8

5% Jan 11
45% Feb
6
44
Jan 29

43% Mar 28
38
Mar 12

40

45

46

24%

25%

2%

3%

58
45c

Sale
Sale

~2

~3

1
1

46% Mar 29

42

28% Mar 29

25% Jan

3

28% Mar 29

4% Mar 18

6% Mar 28
65% Mar 29

3% Jan
57% Jan

9
2

45c

6% Mar 28
65% Mar 29

Jan

2

1% Jan 22

2% Jan

"4

3% Jan 10

4

4% Jan 17
7% Jan 11

5% Feb 13
7% Jan 25

31% Mar 27

29% Jan 22
20
Jan 18
4% Feb 11

31% Mar 27
20% Feb 28
7
4% Feb

39% Mar 8
3"% Mar 22

39% Mar 8
3% Mar 22

36

39% Mar

22% Mar 29

23% Mar 8
8% Mar 25

21% Jan

46%

Sale

42% Mar

28%

Sale

27% Mar

5%

Sale
Sale
Sale

60 % Mar 1
60c Mar 14

42 %
27 Ya

Sale
Sale

3
60%

Sale

75c

80c

65
68c

~2

"3%

"2% ~3

4%

40% Mar 28

31% Mar 27

Z

3%

5%

3%

9

_

3

6
9

20

21

1

King-Seeley Thermos Co
1
Kingston Products Corp—1
Kresge (S S) Co
_10
Kysor Industrial Corp
1
La key Foundry Co
1
Lansing Stamping Co
1
LaSalle Wines 6s Champ—2
Leonard Refineries Inc
3

3%

6
9

20

-

84c

Mar

7

*2%

Mar 20

4% Mar

4

~2%

Mar 20

4% Mar

21

3

21%
7%
1%
3%

1%

3%
Sale

3%
23

8%

8%

24
9

2

2%

3

3%

3
2

3%

2%
10%

3%
22%
8%
__

2%
2

12

9%

--

Sale
8%
3
3

•

2%

4

2

4

2

9

3
30

2

2%

2

2%

1

Mar 22

3

Mar 21

3

Mar 21

3

10

Mar 15

10

Mar" 15

10

8

2

8

3% Mar 22

24%

Jan 16

Mar 22

9% Jan 23

2% Feb 28

2% Feb 28
3% Jan 30
2% Feb 14
7
10% Feb

2%

Mar 21
Jan
8
Jan 18

4

1%

Feb

3% Jan 11

8

2%
12

Garden—1
1
Michigan Chemical Corp
1

Inc

Madison Square
Masco Corp

common—•
10

10

~2

~4

Z
16%

17%

6
30

5,403

968
2,496
2,476

2,588

Rlckel (H W) 6s CoRockwell Standard Corp—5
Rudy Mfg Company
1
Scotten Dillon Co
-10
Sheller Mfg Co
1
Soss Mfg Co
1
Standard Tube class
.10
Studebaker Corp

5

Corp

24%

Sale

2%
34
18

2%
35
Sale

23%

Sale

19

2,301

Upjohn (The) Co

2

Jan

11

11% Jan 29

12
2

4%
12

33

2% Jan

16^
Feb~19

3% Mar 25
13

Mar 25

3% Mar 25
13
Mar 25

6%

Sale

27

2

2%

36
19
25

37
Sale
25 %

7%

12

Jan

10

3% Feb

5

Mar

6

10% Mar

1

4

Mar

10% Mar

6
l

13
3% Mar 25
13
Mar 25

1

Sale

Feb 12
9% Jan 25

4

3% Feb

1

4% Jan 10
10% Mar 1

24%

25%

24% Mar 21

25% Mar 13

24% Mar 21

5i

24%

Sale

24% Mar 29

24% Mar 29

24% Feb

24% Feb 27

2%
36

2%
37

2% Mar 7
36% Mar 18

17

18

25%

26%

17
Mar 25
24% Mar U

2% Mar 15
36% Mar 22
19% Mar 5
25% Mar 27

Z
6

2% Jan 29

__

Sale

25%

5%
3%

17

16% Mar

16% Mar

7

~7%

7

4%

14%

7

4%
6

7

3

6% Mar 26

Vinco

Corp

20% Mar 25

18
3

1

1

4%

—

4

4%

2%

Mar

1

5

_

20% Mar 25

2

Jan

6
17

34% Jan

4
17
Mar 25
23% Jan
2
20% Jan 23
16% Mar 7

6% Jan

3

20

Jan 14
Jan 16
5
Jan 28
33% Jan 3
2

—

35%

1

6,261

Feb

4

2% Mar 15
Feb 11

37
21

Jan 21

27% Jan 24
20% Jan 23
16% Mar 7
8

Feb 14

Mar'l

39% Mar 28

75c

Feb 19

22% Jan 28
2

Jan 16
8

5% Jan

39% Mar 28
3

Jan 11

32

Jan 23

2
30% Jan 22

Young (L A) Spg 6s Wire—*
r

6

20

Universal Controls Inc—25c

Deferred delivery sals,

2% Mar

18

5
34

Z

1

Industries

17

4
12

4

United Shirt Distribntors—l

Wood all

6

_1

1

TTdylite Corp

__

10%

31

1

Superior Tool 6s Die Co.

2

5%
3%

Nat'l Elec Welding Macb—1

Parke Davis 6s Co_
Parker Rust-Proof Co—2.50
Peninsular Metal Prodncts.1

11%

2% Mar

12

Natl Brewing Co (Mich)—1

2,809




12% Mar 27
15% Jan
4
2% Jan
3

24% Feb 25

2.50

Prophet (The) Co

a

Sale

1

Higbie Mfg Co
Hoskins Mfg Co

1,130

par.

Prices

1

"RnwHiKr

628

400

11%

10

Gar Wood Industries
1
General Motors Corp—1.66%
Goebel Brewing
_
1
T.oVoc

II %

30% Mar 14

1
1

2.50
1

Ford Motor Co
Fruehauf Trailer

10%

~

1

Crowley Milner & Co
1
Cunningham Drug Stor's.2%

Divco-Wayne Corp
Drewry's Ltd USA Inc

—

—

5%

Mar 14
Mar 15
Mar 28

Mar 8
5% Mar 13

Mar 15
Mar 28

44

Nautec

•No

Sale

7

Mar 18

43

36.282

591

29%

Mar

42

6.954

115
975

28%

86c
12%
5%
29

41

1,550

6,596

13%
6

87% Mar

162
130

871

88c

12%
4%

92%
Sale

Murray Corp

8,642

1.00

Sale

11%

281

943

86c
13 %
5

11
5
90c
13 %

10% Mar i
5
Mar 15

91%

Micromatic Hone Corp——1
Motor Wheel Corp
5
Mt Clemens Indus com
1
6 % preferred
4

225
204

98c
12
8

U
5
95c

10
4

Sale

391

204

5%

Sale

125

13,111

Sale

4%

12%

Michigan Sugar
6% preferred

16,387

16%

89

1,110

1,403

11%
5%

Sale

1,010

,

Mar 28

10%

Macold Industries

ZZ

3

10%

Cox

Prices

7% Mar 13
12% Mar 18
16% Mar 7
3
Mar 28

5

73%

p.root

~438

Mar

25

Fed Mogul Bower BearingS-5

42,324
10,525

17
3

7

12% Mar 27
16% Mar 1

Consolidated Paper
10
Consumers Power Co com—*
$4.50 preferred
•
$4.16 preferred.
Copeland

Highest

12

7%
12%

27%

Burroughs Corp

4,700

71*765

3%

2

7%
12
16
2

Prices

1
5

Buell Industries

1,373

29,919

Sale
Sale
Sale

Ask

92C
11

1

5

608

6,463

Bid

10%
4%

Eaton Mfg Co
——2
Economy Baler Company
1
Ex-Cell-O Corp
3

15~066

7%
12%
16%

Ask

Sale
Prices

Sale

—

1,768
3,826

983

15

2%

—*

Brown-McLaren Mig Co
Budd Company (The)

14.891

770
615
100

14

1

Borman Pood Stores

2,165

733
4,971

12%

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Sale

Highest

•

110
1.955

2,238
1,097
29,684

Bid

Closing or

Brass—5

&

1,154

10,172

Opening or

750,194

765,592

(Shares)-

PRICES IN MARCHMarch 29
Lowest

March 1

7

6%
11%

Amer Metal Product* Co—2
Associated Brewing Co
5
Avis Industrial Corp
5

Bethlehem Corp

683

Price Jan. 2,
1963
Opening er
Bid
Ask

1
1

Jan. 1 to March 31

235,213

189,490

(Shares)

1961

1962

Stock Sales—

1962

1963

Sales—

DETROIT STOCK EXCHANGE

Cash sals,

x

Xx-dividend,

y Ex-rights.

46

Pacific Coast Stock Exchange
Monthly and Yearly Record

Stock Sales—
March (Shares)
Jan. 1 to March 31
Since
Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

969
768
834

7,769
2,737
5,734

1,083

4,937

974

7.046

150

563

1,012

2,602
4,357

830
550

4,495

27,765

45,491

387

480

2,908
5,300
2,877
1,055
2,148
9,022
1,540

16,387
224,621

9,232
3,541
6,803
34,478
6,312

1,017

3,690

12,602

1,560
9,872

3,301
30,797

3,732

7,853

596
200

2,702

18,509

(Shares)

A CP Industries

Abbott LaboratoriesAdmiral Corp
Air Reduction
(Un)

104,760
74.357

50,421

.

135
7,467

72,746
2,456
27,888

110

3,011

24
7,129
1,508

409

21,065

99

24,814
3,994

7,862
5,255

1,869
1,456
21,167
28,403
1,000

23,348
82,062
9,340

Closing
Bid

Sale

13%
55%
3%
4%
10%

Mar l
Mar 4
Mar 20
Mar 7
Mar 22
Mar 25

7
3

43

14%
20%

Sale

Sale

45

43

5%
Sale

113%
18 %
13%

6%

Sale
Sale

18%
14%

33

Sale

12%

45

5
25

11%
23%

24%

25%

Sale
__

American

Sanitary

~3% "3%
™

~3 % "3%

10%

Sale

25%
54%
3%

Sale
Sale
3%

Sale

21

~3

Sale

Sale

Sale

20%

Sale

2% Mar 18
20% Mar 25
2% Mar 25
19
Mar 29

™

19%

27%

Sale
Sale

14%

Sale

13% Mar
61% Mar

121%

118% Mar
28 % Mar

5
(Un)
•
American Tel St Tel
33%
American Tob (Un)
6.25
American Viscose (Un)
25
Ampex Corp.
.-1

12%
—

Sale

61%
118%
28%

____

114%

Sale
Sale

Anaconda Co (Un)

Sale

;. 14%
44%

Sale

10,007
6.981

31,736
15,053

4,334

16,756
18,495

45

Sale

62

181

922

2.650

7,282
2,121
4,030

1,065
777
165
46

573
17.669

7.945
5,263

8,612
5,063

1,385

752
73,248
64,454
1,574

112

22,734
22,243

"7% ~8

.

705
820
4,820

2,013
12,692

1,927
19,465
14.318
2,303
1,550
1,161

6,340
42,137
114,315

71
100
5,316
1,040
5.813
6,473

121
200

44,540

7.651

8,152
4,922

~7% ~7%

Sale

42%

Sale

25%

—

Sale

,

JL.

.

48%

42

26%
52

mm

Sale
Sale

—

~8% "9%
31%

Bell St Howell Company—•
Bendix Corp (Un)
5

3,194

1,561
746

2,346

1,300
16,615

300

4,590
8,030

18,230
2,420
20,326
46,385

849

3,421
10,271
5,862
4,149

21,781
13,828
3,799
7,822

893

1,572
2,860

11.870
9,867

880

7,110

-

400

650

4,786

13,270

1,195

3,712

Admitted




2%

Sale
Sale

26%

Sale

53

a.—

2%

Sale

25

Sale

12%

—

—

Sale

3% Mar 26
11% Mar 21
2 % Mar 18
22 % Mar 4

.

3
21

"

Mar

1
7

% Mar
28% Mar 28

1

76
74
12

Prices

Jan

8

Jan
Jan
54% Jan
3% Feb

14
3
3
14

4% Mar 7
10% Mar 22
Mar 25
7
3
Mar 26
43
Mar 1
12% Mar 28

14% Jan

2
2
20% Jan
51 % Mar 21
4
5% Jan
2
113% Jan
18
Jan
3
2
13% Jan

87%
85%
15%
58%
4

Feb
Mar
Jan
Mar

26
15
28
26

Jan

10

5% Feb 18

12% Jan 11
9% Jan 11
3% Jan 28
46
Jan 15

12% Mar 28
17% Feb 18
23% Mar 28
Jan 18
60

.6% Feb 15
126% Mar 22
20% Jan 28
16% Jan 11

31% Mar 4
45
Mar 27
10% Mar 28

37% Jan 24
47% Jan
2

25

26
Mar
1
54% Mar 29
3% Jan
3

Jan

7
48% Jan
3
3
Mar 18

9% Jan
2

20%
2%
16%
27%

Feb

Jan
Jan
Jan
Mar 25

11% Jan 22

11%
2%
24%
3%
23

Mar
Feb
Jan
Jan
Feb

31% Jan

21
25
31
28
14
16

Mar
Mar
Mar
2% Mar
% Mar

52
50

~3

~3%

~2% ~3

22%

Sale

23%

45
27

38%

Sale

27%
52%
53%
2%
12

Mar 4
21% Mar 19

25

11%

Sale

11% Mar 27

2%

21%
50%

Sale
Sale

30%
36 %

Sale

—5
•

Buckner Industries Inc
1
Budd
Co_
-—5

Budget Finance Plan com-50c

—10
9
5
2.50

35

36%

32%

Sale

18%
1.95

Sale
2.15

••

-

Cabol Enterprises Limited-*
Calif Financial Corp
1
California Ink Co Inc
5.50
California Packing
2.50

%
8%

Canada Southern Pet Ltd
1
Canadian Pacific Ry (Un) 25

1.85

18

24%

Sale

%
Sale
18%
Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

44%
29%

45

Sale

a

34% Mar 20
96% Mar
16

50 % Mar
1% Mar
30
Mar
Mar
30
35% Mar

Caterpillar Tractor
Celanese Corp of America
Cenco Instruments Corp

10
_•

22
18
28
26
26

—

—

10%
30 %
30%
4%

11%

55c

Sale
Sale
Sale

11%
30 %
28%
4%

65c

Sale

19%

19%

Sale

80c

8%

12
Sale
Sale

10
20%

90c
Sale
Sale

~4% "4%

Sale
—'

——

3%
25%

3%
Sale

•
1
_5
1

32 %

—

16

34%

Ltd
1
Chesapeake St Ohio (Un>_25
Chicaeo Mil <£•
Paul St
Pacific Co (Un)
•

32%
Sale

Sale

—

Sale

21%
16%

Sale
Sale

29%

Sale

1

Champlin Oil & Ref (Un)_l

32%
36%
39

37

Sale
Sale

55%

trading privileges. Bee page 50 for all other footnotes.

Sale

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
% Mar
15% Jan
23
Mar
19% Feb

1
2

22
2
2
20
28
4
26

11% Mar 27
13% Mar 20

68%
125
32%
65%
17%

Mar 21
Feb
7
Mar 13
Feb
6
Jan

25% Feb 14
47% Feb

4

3% Mar 27

33

Jan

15

33% Mar 14
Jan 28
56

46% Feb
27%
27%
52%
53%
2%
it
15%
26%
24%

1
21
Mar 13
Mar
1
Feb
5
Feb 25
Feb 12
Jan 28
Jan 2.
Mar 7
Feb

14
Jan 22
14% Jan 25

4
30% Jan
% Jan 21

34% Mar 20

93% Mar 18
15 % Feb 25
2% Feb 21

114% Jan 14

7

8
21% Feb
50 % Mar 22
3
1% Jan
28% Jan 31

1
16%
3%
10%
24 %
57%

1%
30

35% Mar 26

32%
40%

18% Mar 28

19%

29

61

Jan

Feb

41% Mar
Jan
37

2

26
6
9

28
Feb 27
Mar 19
16
1.75 Mar 26
12% Mar 19
3
13% Jan

Mar 21
Mar 29
Mar 21

8% Jan
26
Jan
28% Jan

Mar 13
6

90c

50c

10% Mar 28

8% Jan

Mar 21
26% Mar 27
97 % Mar 14
22% Mar 12

18% Jan

50c

8% Mar
19

Mar

5

Mar 11

21% Mar 22
3% Mar 13
24
40

19%
62

Mar 25

21

3-A Mar 28

Mar 8
Mar 15
Mar 19

25% Mar 29
40 % Mar 12

Mar 14
34% Mar 1
37% Mar 4
42% Mar 4

33% Mar 7
36% Mar 29

32

1
Mar 19

29% Mar

10%

25 %
47%
48%
2%

Jan

Sale

Sale

Mar

Feb

Sale

Co

42

26% Jan 28

18

14
4

4

2
7

30% Mar 29
7
29% Jan
Mar 6
52

55

21% Mar

31%

Jan

Mar 26
12% Mar 12
31
Mar 13
30% Mar 7
5% Mar 7

Mar 14
Mar 5
Mar 20

8%
Sale
Sale

3

MarTi

19%
59%
11%
29%
28%
4%

96

22%

40% Jan

14% Mar 27

Jan

10

9
Jan
Jan 11
Jan
7
Feb 28
Jan 28
Feb 12
Mar 23
Feb 18
Feb 27
Feb 15

61% Mar 12
44% Feb 12
46% Jan 30
32% Jan 16
8
20% Jan
2.35 Jan 28
14
Feb 27

15% Mar 28

a

24% Mar 12

—

28% Mar 1
59% Feb 18
14% Mar 19
22% Jan 8

10% Jan

61% Mar 12
42% Mar 28
Mar 7
45
30% Mar 8
17% Mar 4
2.00 Mar 13
13% Mar 4
15% Mar 28

Mar 19
16
1.75 Mar 26
12% Mar 19
14% Mar 8
a

*

26%

Mar 27

23% Mar 1
52% Mar 7
1% Mar 6
30
Mar 28
31% Mar 4
38% Mar 4
18% Mar 7

61% Mar 12
41% Mar 6
41
Mar 21
28
Mar l

Sale

Carrier Corp (Un)
10
Case St Co (J I> (Un)__12%

Castle St Cooke. Inc

4

a__

21% Mar 29

114% Jan

2
15
2

a—

a

a__

1~90

L80
13

•—'

<MI

.

toto

Sale
2.10

-

18

—

4%

Campbell Soup Co (Un)_1.80
Canada Dry Corp (Un)
1%

16%

13%
10%

45

13%

"8% "8%

•

Buttes Gas St Oil Co

44%
28

—

13%
10%
15%

7

1
13% Mar 11

15% Mar 21

2%

5

Broadway Hale Stores
Brunswick
Corp

8

12% Mar

24% Mar

18% Mar 28

•

Mar~27

23

7.50

Borg-Warner Corp
Brewer (C) St Co Ltd

Mar 28
22
13
1
28
28

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

a

Sale

Sale

Cerro Corp (Un )
Certain-teed Prods Corp
Chadbourn Gotham Inc

55% Mar 28

93% Mar 18

37%

(Un)

Mar 11
33% Mar 14

a

a

12% Jan
58 % Jan

a—

31%

Sale
Sale

—

.

Boeing Company (Un).
Bond Stores Inc (Un).

preferred
60c conv preferred

45% Mar 28
3% Mar 27

34% Mar 20

%

27
21
13
13

621/B Mar 12
16% Mar 27

6
1
6
4
1
7
25
20

a__

Sale

6<?„

Mar
Mar

26

Sale
Sale

2%

14% Mar
68 % Mar
Mar
122
32% Mar

13 % Mar 20

30%

to unlisted

1

Mar 1
54% Mar 29

24%
21%

—

Sale

Oil

11% Mar
26

8

a

29%

Borden Co (Un)

Mar

26% Mar

(Un).

Charter

32% Mar 13
46% Mar 11

30% Mar 29
33
52
42

2p
40c

Benguet Consol (Un)
Bestwall Gypsum (Un)

Burlington Industries (Un)_l
Burroughs Corp
5

71.323
7,234
30,397
3,069

1Tn)

Baruch-Foster Corp
50c
Beckman Instruments
1
Beech Aircraft Corp
1
Bell Electronic Corp
•
Bell Intercont'l Corp (Un)_l

24.240

480

2,113

1

Bullock's Inc
Bunker Hill Co

29,654

Mar 5
Mar 22
Mar 26
Mar 7

a

Sale

Sale

Balawm-Llina-Ham (Un>_13
Baldwin "Securities (Un)—lc
Bait St Ohio RR (Un)__1100

11,493
2,732
25,190
235,136

Mar 4
Mar 28
Mar 12

a__

a

30%

20
3
5«

Baker Oil Tools Inc

Bethlehem Steel

15

43% Mar 6
3% Mar 27

Warrants (Un)
5% preferred (Un)
Avco Mfg Corp (Un)
Avnet Electronics Corp

Sale

1
1
60% Mar 29
14% Mar 19

Sale

Sale

30%

Sale
Sale

5
1

a__

Public Service
2.50
Arkansas-La Gas (Un)
2.50
Armco Steel Corp (Un)—10
Armour St Co (Del) (Un)_5
Ashland Oil St Refln'g (Un)_l
Atch T & S Fe Ry (Un)_10
Atlantic Coast Line RR
*
Atlantic Refining Co (Un)_10
Atlas Corp common (Un)
1

558

Sale

40%

50
1
5

Arizona

159

Sale

16%

Anthony Pools Inc
Apollo Industries Inc
Archer-Daniels Midland—•

408
40

209
40

4
Mar 26
Mar 29

12% Mar 28
16%
23%
55
6%
126 %
20 %

27% Mar 25

Sale

61

29%

Amphenol-Borg Electronics-1

7,664
24,513

2,935

Mar

Prices
4
15
13
26
5
7
5

Standard

(Un)

Amer Smelt St Ref

6,941

3,395

45

11% Mar 21

«...

16%

3

31% Mar 4
45
Mar 27
10% Mar 28
25% Mar 20
49% Mar 1
3
Mar 18

Sale

'•

"

20%

Mar 26
Mar 1

117
Mar 6
18 % Mar 4
14 % Mar 20

Sale
Sale

Mar
Mar
Mar

Mar
10% Mar
Mar
8

15% Mar 27
21% Mar 6
51"% Mar 21
6
Mar 11

Sale

Broadcstg-Paramount
1

1

12% Mar 28

Sale
Sale

5%

Aluminium Ltd
*
Aluminum Co of Amer (Un) 1

Corp

85%
14%
58%
3%
4%

Mar

13%

Supermarkets (Un)
1
Allls-Chalmers Mfg (Un)_10

American Cement
$1.50 preferred

84% Mar

82

Allied

Theatres (Un )
Amer Can Co (Un)

Mar 15

Sale

1

Ambassador Oil Corp
1
Amerada Petroleum (Un)—•
Amer Airlines Inc (Un)
1
Amer Bosch Arma (Un)
2

Sale

Prices

82

Warrants (Un)
Allied Artists Pictures Corp_l
Allied Chemical Corp (Un)_9

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale

Highest

Sale
Prices

or

Ask

1

Alleghany Corp (Un)_

or

Ask

1962

81,000
3,000

-PRICES IN MARCHMarch 29
Lowest

A

Amer Radiator St

129,419

Bid

1963

^ March
Jan. 1 to March 31

81 *

American MARC Inc
50c
Amer Motors (Un)
1.66%
American Pot As Chem
•

534

Opening

or

Ask

1

J Industries—
Alaska Airlines

•

March 1

.25
_5

(Un).

10,785
241,001
6,752

23,954
4,144

32.737
4,127

Bid

Cyanamid (Un)_10
American Electronics Corp_l
American St Foreign Power
Co Inc (Un)
•
Americ'n-Int'l Alum Corp 25c
Amer Machine St Fry
1.75

5.980
.

Opening
Par

1,850
32,958

8,175
3,'48 5
40,282
1,138

4,572,443
14,969,664

Price Jan. 2,
1963

Stocks

Amer

3,429
8,799

4,093,011
11,890,271

Pacific Coast
Stock Exchange

Axcnui
Aggftu ate Sales
in >
In A
March

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE PACIFIC COAST STOCK EXCHANGE
1963
1962
V; v(
Bond Sales-

Mar 29
1
1A Mar 21
54% Mar 4

10 % Mar 27

9% Mar

39%
42%
23%
16%
4%

8

4

24
96

6

Feb 18
Jan 17

1

Jan

Mar 13
2

7
Jan 16
Mar 11
Mar 22

23% Jan

16

39% J an 15
3
7% Jan
2
26% Jan

34% Mar
37

Mar

Mar 13
31% Mar 28

34

9

21%
3% Mar 13

Mar 27
Mar 13
Mar 8
1

Jan

1

Feb 25

62

Mar 26

12% Mar 12
31
Mar 13

10

10% Mar 28
21

Jan

30

27% Jan 24
100% Feb 18
23% Jan 18
8
4% Jan
25% Mar 29
40% Feb 25

10% Feb 20
~35

Jan

11

38% Jan 29
4
40% Jan

40% Jan 10

47

Feb

18

19% Jan

25% Feb

6

14
4

6
19% Feb
4% Jan l1
34% Jan 17

3
Mar 19
Mar 29

29% Mar 1
1% Feb 19

IV4 Mar 21
56% Mar 5

52% Jan

11% Mar

10% Mar 27

4

19% Mar 14

4
17
3
3
21

3

1% Mar 21
57% Jan
7
12

Feb 15

Jan. 1

Pacific Coast
Stock Exchange

Shares

Shares

STOCKS

1,799
1,217
700
35,212
3,028

5,120
2,765
2,377

Aggregate Sales
in
March

Since

47

PACIFIC COAST STOCK EXCHANGE

April, 1963

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

-PRICES IN MARCH1963

March 1

Opening or

Par

Bid

March 29

Opening or

Ask

Bid

Closing
Bid

Ask

Sale
Prices

or

Ask

Sale

,

Prices

Highest

Lowest
Sale
Prices

Highest

Lowest

;

Sale
i'rices

Chicago Rock Island &
•

198,574
10,678
4,237

441

1,340
2,105
i

3,211
16,884
12,545
13,949
9,658
12,473
59,951
11,856
1,297
1,487
2,400
1,254
5,767

6,478
4,172
2,125
2,236
59,351
6,594
481
638

2,400
683

1,398
324

618

"

2,054
3,240

7,747
18,957

Pacific RR (Un).
Chris Craft Industries
Christiana Oil Corp

1
1

25

15

147

3,085
1,105

11,435
3,633

372

9,772

2,415
39,618

60

195

Continental Can (Un)
Continental Cop & Steel

Crestmont Consol Corp.
Zellerbach com

2,844

23,473
17,337
9,013
11,275

1,972
2,272

4,388
10,816

200
15,145
293
302

500

54,301
667

1,006
19,825

6,906
294

1,177

2,695

2,677

6.655

2,408
13,711

33,015

2,792

15,765
1,822

653
963

2,965
10,338
1,200
115,972

2,715
307

22,750
6.045
4,560
6,815

29,899

22,079
22,451

406

2,018

2,279

13,214
3,289

227
5,148

26,134
37,391
115,844
12,002

10.752

84,475
4,407
4,667

13,706
186,809

42,285
1,965

6,744
8,032

1,690

117,937

29,848
11,432
2,193
850
14,189

33,249
8,539

1,527
22,480

1,835
27,262
4,513
109,369

765

811

1,475
208

9,242

8,964
57,711
5,129
4,486
2,077

1,221
52,692
250,640
11,894
17,475
5,679
12,119

310

(Un)

Sale
Sale

8%
___

17ft

Sale

_

21

Sale

Erie-Lack RR (Un)

Eureka Corp Ltd ($1 or

12

7%
lift
32%
27 ft

a__

20ft Mar 19

14
Sale

Sale

13% Mar 13
13
Mar 8
2.20 Mar 29

45% Mar 25

45% Mar 25

60

Sale

7ft

7%

19% Mar 29
7ft Mar 18

Sale
Sale
Sale

12
Mar 18
32% Mar 1
27ft Mar 1

12%

14

Sale
Sale

33%
28 ft

38ft

13 ft
40

55%

Sale

ii

Sale

23%

Sale

23% Mar

Sale

235 ft Mar

20% Mar

Sale^~

%

lft'

18%

23
55

Sale

21%
1
Sale

45ft Jan 22

53ft Jan

11% Feb 28
2
28% Jan
24% Jan 15
12 ft Jan 21
8
39 ft Feb
23
Mar 26

34% Mar 12
28% Mar 25

Sale

Mar 26
Mar 1

26 ft Mar 4
60
Mar 25

24% Mar 7
240ft Mar 13

20% Mar 22

"% "I

22

-

114% Mar 28
% Mar 15

Sale

18

Mar

6

115% Mar 14

Mar 20

55

19

Mar

Sale

21ft

37%

Sale

9%
34%

Sale
Sale

37

30c

Sale

25c

Sale

"ft ~~A
25 ft
.40

Sale
Sale

35c

40c

39

Sale

Fairchild Stratos (Un)
Fansteel Metallurgical (Un)
Fargo Oils Ltd
Fawick Corp
Fedders Corp (Un)

1
5

40c

45c

39 ft

Sale

1

45ft
7ft

39%

Sale

38ft
24

Sale

39 ft
Sale

40 ft
Sale

3
1

245

20% Mar 22
108% Jan 3

117

Grace (W R) ft Co
Granite City Steel (Un)_6ft

>

Feb

Feb
1
Jan
19 ft Jan
51ft Jan

4ft Feb 13

39

Jan 15

Feb
25 ft Jan

35c
33

Mar

35c

50c

Jan

4
2
Feb 26

35% Jan

3
3
4ft Mar 29

38

33% Mar 13
33ft Mar 4

34% Mar 21

19% Mar 19
69ft Mar 6
14% Mar 14
12 ft Mar 29
22% Mar 27
42
Mar l
9
Mar 14
26% Mar 20
27 ft Mar 1

20ft Mar 4
70% Mar 22
15% Mar 5
15
Mar 6
22% Mar 27
46 ft Mar 29

33% Mar
32
Jan
17% Jan
69% Mar
14% Mar
12ft Mar
22% Mar

17%
..

Sale

9% Mar 29
28% Mar 29
28% Mar 28

8% Jan
26% Mar
24% Jan

40 ft Mar 20
34
Mar l

40 ft Mar 20
35 ft Mar 12

40ft Mar 20

44% Jan

34

40

Sale

39%
..

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..

..

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..

..

14ft

Sale
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14%
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14%

*
..

Sale
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29%
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■

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46

9%
28 Va
28 ft

28
Sale

..

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..

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28%

25 ft
73

Sale
..

——

7%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

8%

8ft

77%

..

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58 Ya

60 ft

Sale

..

..

«

Sale

23 Ys

Sale
„

_

a

..

25 ft Mar l
72 ft Mar 18
8% Mar 6
77% Mar 1
33% Mar 20
60ft Mar 1
5ft Mar 20
33 ft Mar 15

..

74

Sale

lift

Sale
.-.'L

35 ft

Sale

65

Sale

..

—

.

■

..

Sale

9ft
27%
27%

_

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42 ft

....

..

—

■;—
24%
21%

Sale
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..

..

Sale
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25
24

49%

..

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Sale

33 ft

..

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22

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Sale
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73c
75c

75c
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..

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Sale

40

37"%

70c
70c
46 ft
33 ft

Sale

75c
Sale
Sale
Sale
—

-

—

trading privileges. See page 50

—

—

—

—

for all other footnotes.

Mar 25
74% Mar 29
13 ft Mar 18
28

-

81
35 ft
65 ft
5%

Mar 27
Mar 29
Mar 29

49% Jan 14
8% Feb
6
22% Feb 18

2ft Mar 26

2AJan 15

19-

8ft Mar
17 ft Jan

42

7
9

9% Mar 29
17% Jan 17

Mar 13
Jan
2

42% Feb 11
26% Feb 14
36ft Jan 23
41ft Mar 28
21% Feb 18
73% Jan 14
17% Feb 25
18
Feb 13
24% Feb 27
47% Jan 8
10% Jan 29
33% Jan 11
28% Mar 28

Feb

13
24
2
6

14
29
27
28
7
20
2

Mar 1
Jan 10
Mar 1
Mar 18
Jan
4

15 ft
25%
72%
7%
77% Mar
31% Jan

7

58

2

Jan

1

5ft Mar 20
31% Jan 11

25 ft Mar 8
24
Mar 29

23
Jan
20% Jan

49% Mar 29
57
Mar 20
23
Mar 22
33% Mar 27
35 ft Mar 29
37% Mar 26

44%
53ft
17 ft
28%

12

Mar 12

Mar

4

a

68c

85p

69c
45%
32%
37%

76c Mar 5
47% Mar 21
33% Mar 25
40ft Mar 7
27% Mar 15

Mar 26
Mar 13
Mar 27
Mar 6
Mar l
27% Mar 15

Mar 29
2
Jan 15

7ft Jan

33ft Mar 15

Mar 1
Mar 1
Mar 13
Mar 18
18% Mar 5
30ft Mar 20
33 ft Mar 1
37% Mar 26
lift Mar 14

!
m -r

a

24%
21 Va
44%
56

_

..

41ft Mar 28

35

Mar

5

4

41% Feb 19
42ft Jan 28
6ft Jan 11

24

37% Jan

5

Feb 25

40ft Mar 27

"

8
9

7

Jan

25 ft Mar 29

38
24

9

3
15c

Mar 13
Mar 19

Sale
Sale

14

11% Jan 24

Sale

39%
25 ft

18

1
1

41ft
7%
22ft
2ft
9%

Mar 13
Mar 13
Mar 5
Mar 5
Mar 29

29
8

9% Mar
34% Mar

Mar 29

5

26
25-

29% Mar 28
25 ft Jan
4

Mar 28
Mar l
Mar 26
Mar 7

Mar

28

24ft Feb 11

7%
20%
2ft
8ft

5

28
4

29% Jan 11
62 ft Jan 10>
25ft Jan 28

35

..

Sale

-

•
1

39ft Feb

Sale

..

33 ft

4
1

Gibraltar Financial Corp
Gillette Co
1
Gimbel Bros (Un)
5
Glen Alden Corp (Un)
1
Glidden Co (Un).
10
Goebel Brewing Co
1
Good Humor Co of Calif_10c
Goodrich (BF) (Un)
10

39 ft
25 ft

..

8%
28%
24%

Georgia-Pac Corp (Un)—80c
Gerber Products Corp
5

39% Mar 8
41ft Mar 21

Jan

8ft Jan
14ft Mar
35% Feb
28% Mar
13ft Jan

35

Sale

..

2

General Telephone Se
Electronics Corp (Un)—3ft
Gen Tire & Rubber
30c

Mar 28

a__

45 ft

Genl Explor Co of Calif
1
General Foods Corp (Un)_*
General Mills Inc (Un)
3
General Motors Corp
1%
Genl Public Serv (Un)
10c
General Public Util (Un)_2 ft

Mar 21

21

22% Jan
235 ft Mar

% Mar 15
17ft Jan
2
51ft Jan
9
28% Jan
7
20% Mar 28

5

45 ft Jan 28
65
Mar 29

Sale

~9%

1

Garrett Corp
2
Gen Amer Oil Co of Tex—5
General Controls Co
5
General Dynamics Corp
1
Gen Electric Co (Un)
5

5
5

2.25 Feb

38% Mar 18
Mar 4
4ft Mar 29

Sale

20%

2ft
33ftc
1

Mar
Mar

31% Mar 27

40

1
5

42c

9% Mar 8
Mar 29

14% Feb 13
13% Feb
6

~4ft

.

1
2

Fibre Board Paper Prod
•
Firestone Tire & Rub (Un)_*
First Charter Financial
•
Flintkote Co (The)
5
Florida Power & Light (Un)_*
Fluor Corp Ltd
2.50

37
4
35c

35c

Sale

5
10
•
25c)

29% Mar 28
23% Mar 5

9% Mar 1
34% Mar 1
3% Mar 18
22c Mar 15
29 ft Mar 13

Sale

v

1

8

29% Mar 28
20% Mar 28

24ft

a

Mar

% Mar 15

.

9

19% Mar 29
7ft Mar 8

5

13
37 ft

60

7

13
Mar 8
2.15 Jan 21

...

8ft Feb 14
23ft Feb 20

.

2

11% Jan

7% Mar 14
14ft Mar 28

l

%
17 ft

Mar 29

65

1

236 'ft

12%
37 Va
24%

Feb 18
Jan 25

17ft Jan

14% Mar 27
13
Mar 8
2.20 Mar 29

Sale

28
30

21

......

13%
Sale

14
6
16

10

8

a

13
2.20

11%

54
49

Jan
2
6% Mar 29

22% Mar 13

8

Feb
Mar
4% Jan
51% Jan
98ft Jan

Feb 12
Jan
3
Jan
3
Jan 14

2

17 ft Jan 30

Mar 28
6% Mar 27
9

64%

1

Goodyear Tire ft Rubber

5

13%

8

a

Jan

46%
3%
45%
97ft

19% Mar 12

Mar

4% Mar 18
64ft Feb 18
12ft Mar 12
60ft Mar 22

4

50

1
6

Mar 27

51

—

12V2
35 ft

.10
.1

Getty Oil Co

*

7

34

1

Fruenauf Trailer Co

52% Mar
49
Mar
4ft Mar

Mar 27

11 Mar 18
87 ft Jan 25
35
Mar 7
61% Jan 29
4% Feb 11
42% Mar 13
45% Jan 23

a

19%

7%

Jan
10% Jan
55
Jan

60ft Mar 22

^

54

3
3

60

13

28% Mar 26
27% Jan 29
60ft Feb 19

4ft Mar 19

4% Mar 18
61 ft Mar 27
12 ft Mar 12

18
Mar 20
8ft (Mar 1
6% Mar 29

Sale
Sale
Sale

6%
21%

Mar 15

44

5

Exeter Oil Co Ltd "A"

Flying Tiger Line Inc

a—

__

—

7ft
13%
28%

1

Food Fair Stores Inc.
Ford Motor Co
Foremost Dairies Inc
Friden Inc

14 ft
14
2.25

•MB

3

Eversharp Inc

Bearings

4% Mar 6
42"% Mar 13

a

/

1
10
1

Electric Bond As Sh (Un)—5
Electronics Specialty
50c
Emerson Radio Ss

Phonograph (Un)
Emporium Capewell

48ft Mar

....

5

El Paso Natural Gas
Electric Auto-Lite (Un)

59

a

Sale

~8%

Mar 7
Mar 29

35

'

Mar 19
Mar 14
Mar l
Mar l

48% Mar 15
3% Mar 27

—

—

—

18ft
Sale

Dresser Industries
50c
du Pont de Nemours (Un)_5

Admitted to unlisted




,—r-

..

—

-

8

(Walt)

(Un)

48% Mar 20
11 Mar 18
'87
Mar 18

50 ft Mar 15

.

'

___

DiGiorgio Fruit Corp—2.50

Lines

.

1
7

Sale

4ft
50%

„

„

—

Federal-Mogul-Bower

4,676

.

Sale

Dome Mines Ltd

11,487

945
234

__

46

1

Fairchild Camera <fe
Instrument Corp (Un):—5

695

—

__

...

_•

Eastman Kodak Co (Un)
Elder Peel Corp Ltd-

_

'

1

FMC Corp
Factor (Max) & Co.
Fairbanks Whitney

2.044

Sale

— —

50c

27,463
25,753
21,304

6,750
4,215
1,428
1,327
1,159

52%

2.15

6,935
4.234
2,412
1

Sale

2.25

4,858
16,322
6,646
100,700
9,459
54,820

787

50

2.15

Eastern Air

___

__

Mar 27

54

28% Mar 26
24 ft Mar 29

Feb

64ft Mar 18
5% Jan 15
4ft Feb
1
10ft Feb 14

3% Jan
2
8% Mar 19
44% Jan
8
27
Feb
5
22ft Mar 19
44ft Jan 2
% Mar 21
83% Jan
7
34 ft Jan
8
58% Jan
4
4% Mar 6
40% Mar 4
43% Mar 22

r, 9ftMar 12
*

95

4% Mar 22

_

""

a

2

Dow Chemical Co

11%

Sale
Sale

13%
13%

3,625
1,628
66,300
2,252
32,200

5,159

11%
56 ft

11%
11%

Disney

4ft
60ft
11%
56 ft

Sale
Sale

61

..

Prod
2.50
(Un)
•
Dorr-Oliver Corp com —7%
$2 preferred
32 ft
Douglas Aircraft
•

100

2,345

T. „

—

lift

13,912
4,015

w—

_

_

6
Mar 8
93 ft Mar 27
64 ft Mar 18
5
Mar 13
4
Mar 15

24% Feb 13
15% Mar 27
6ft Jan 29

19ft Jan
3
12 ft Mar 18
5% Jan
4
72
Jan
2
56% Jan
2

22% Mar 12
15% Mar 27

Mar 29
4% Mar 6
40% Mar 4
43% Mar 22

—

11

Desilu Productions Inc

Sale

..

.

Mar
Mar

84
35
59

____

1

5,977
10,212

1,168

——•

1

Denver & Rio Grande
Western RR (Un)

59

-

.

Cutter Laboratories Inc—
Class A common
Class B common

7,677

Sale
Sale

ft
84%

•

Curtiss-Wright Corp (Un)_l
Class "A" (Un)
1

Decca Records Inc
Deere & Co (Un)

.

.. —

T ..

Crucible Steel Co of
America (Un)
12.50
Cudahy Packing Co (Un)—5
Curtis Publishing Co (Un)_l

1,360
3,235

8,176
5,417

...

—

260

..

■

.1
.5

Cypress Abbey Co

,r

Sale
Sale

—

preferred.

2,200

28%
24ft

Sale

__

mmmm

25

Crown

„

__

..

—

.

...

__

"

-

4%

..

——-

50c

1,300

....

___

__

2

Corn Products
Crane Co (Un)

$4.20

,

Sale
Sale
Sale

27 ft
23

10

Industries

~4%

v ;

84

Consolidated Oil & Gas_20c
Consumers Power
(Un)
•

L

Sale

50%

Sale

-nr

5ft

..

__

Consolidated Foods
1%
Consol Nat Gas Co (Un)—10

488

1,393

5

3%

Consol Edison of NY (Un)_*

17,271

4,526

5

ft

L

Sale

91%

..

——

182

2,099

__

w.

44

Sale

21% Mar 28
12 ft Mar 18
5% Mar 15
87 ft Mar 6
61 Va Mar 5
4% Mar 22
3% Mar 25
8% Mar 19
50% Mar 1
27ft Mar l
22 ft Mar 19
47% Mar 6
% Mar 21

.

'

..

Commonwealth Edison__12%

Rights

__

88%

Commercial Solvents (Un)_l

9,588

2,142
762

——

Controls Co of America—5

1,085
7,180

862

Sale

Cohu

169

11,570
1,781
3,190
32,860

567

3%

Electronics Inc
1
Colorado Fuel & Iron
5
Columbia Broadcast Sys_2.50
Columbia Gas System (Un) 10

Sale
Sale

Continental Insur (NY)
5
Continental Motors (Un) —1
Continental Oil Co (Un)—5

>

2,949

72%
56%
4%

1

Clary Corp

___

.

Corporation
25
Cities Service Co (Un)—10

Chrysler

37,928

9,712

—.

.

2

16
13
28
10
24
11
25

Mar
Jan
Jan
Jan
28 ft Jan
37 Va Feb
10% Jan
3
38 Ya Jan
4
45c Jan
2
67c Feb 13
42% Jan
3
32% Mar 6
37% Mar 1
27% Mar 15

Jan

8
3

15% Feb 26
30

Feb

6

79% Jan 28
13ft Mar 18
84% Jan 22
35 ft Mar 29
65% Mar 29
5% Jan 28

34ft Feb 12
26% Feb 13
24

Mar 29

49% Mar 29
57
Mar 20
23
Mar 22
33% Mar 27
35% Mar 29
37% Mar 26
13

Feb 13

39% Feb 14
1.10 Jan 22
95c Jan
7
48 ft Feb 21
35% Jan 23
42
Jan
7

31ft Feb 18

PACIFIC COAST STOCK EXCHANGE,

48
Pacific Coast

Aggregate Sales

Price Jan. 8,
1963

March

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

41,929
4.185

127,342
39,173

9.043

24,037

26.112

64,624
107

Great Western Financial-. 1
Gt Western Producers
60c

12,131

Greyhound Corp com—3
4Vs% conv pfd
50

in

2~954

348

20

Stock Exchange

Opening

STOCKS

Par

Great Basins Petroleum—20c
Great Lakes Chemical
1
Great Northern By (Un)—•

er

Bid

Opening

or
Ask

Bid

3%
2

Sale
2%

Sale

"sale

18

2%
2%

5%

6%

31%

Sale

2%

Sale
2Va

19%

Sale

6%
Sale

35%

2%
2%
48%

17%

17%
6

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

-PRICES IN MARCHLowest
March 29
Sale ,
Closing or
Prices
Bid
Ask

March 1

36%

Sale

Sale
Prices

Sale

Mar
Mar

48
17

2% Feb 28
2ya Jan 8

4
6

1

36%

Jan 16
Jan 14

44
17

49% Mar 5
20% Mar 28

.a—

~35%~Mar

Sale
Prices i

Prices

3% Mar 20
2% Mar 5

2% Mar 1
2% Mar 18

Highest

Lowest
Sale

Highest

Mar~22

■

49% Feb 18
20Va Mar 28

—

.

31% Jan

.*•

3% Jan 3
3% Jan 10'

37%

Feb~19

2
3

62% Jan

3

45% Mar 29
6% Mar 14

42% Jan 29
4% Mar 6

46% Jan
6% Jan

7
8

38% Mar

7
Mar 25
22% Mar 27

32

43

38% Jan

4
7

21% Mar
6% Mar

4
4

62 y4 Jan

Grumman Aircraft

646

12,950

865

2,520

17.723

54,405

975
150

7,118
1,017
4,886

Engineering (Un)——1
American Land Corp_l

5,285

2,385

1.554
549
7.877

1.337
22,107
6,393
2.095
11,995
8,957

1.948
600

1,976
3,250

826
454

250

2~164

8.096
3,507
3,344

476
548

525

1,862

3,296

7.255

1,447
12,237
1,545

83.186

4,476
4,933

255

630

4,747

11,116

3,407
7.310

10,016
38,844

284

374

1,068
870

5,582
8,254

4,321

18,834
703

283
600

2,931
81,450

32,478

17,063
11,433
11.779

3.768
3,339

6,095
3,101

10,703

83

23,707

9,648
50

929

8,207

31.304

13,496

4,420
67

572

13,933

58,588

~<il(

Gulf Mobile Sc Ohio BB
Co (Un).
*
-8Vh
Gulf Oil Corp (Un).
Hammond Organ Co (Un)-l
Hartlield Stores
1
Hercules Powder (Un)-l 1/24
Hertz Corp (Un)
—1

Warrants
Hoffman Electronics

50c

Homestake Min'g (Un)_12%
Howe Sound Co (Un)
1
Hupp Corp (Un)
——1

Ideal Cement Co
Illinois Central BB

Imperial

Western

5
(Un)—•
50c

Int'l Tel Sc Tel (Un)
Intel state Power Co
Intex Oil Co
Jade Oil Co
Johns-Man villa Corp

12,868
825
4.224

1,406
28,326

8.491

25,265

54,415

185,420

527
560
=6,780

3,633
2.338
25,446
7,112
6,239

2,062
2.207
43.118
18,975

94,138
35,825
12,635
7,166
16.780
23,692
7,224

10,760
2,521
6.725

5,647

5,260

6,350

4,041
1.438

13,883
5,115

6,724

446

24

20,564
1,504
12,000
20,099
16,455
1,255
2,560
37,635

506

1,751
9.061

4,148
263

.

983

11,706

8,124
2,465

5,015
293

1,327

10,911
4,865

1,693

3,920

80

1,348

2.309

33 %c

50c
(Un)_5

Kaiser Alum Sc Chem—33%c
4 Va% conv preferred_100

Kaiser Industries
-4
Kansas Pow As Lt Co(Un) 8%
Kennecott Copper (Un).
•
Kern County Land Co
2.50

1

Kirkeby-Natus Corp
Kratter Corp

class A com—1

15
687
.

26,432
14,990
85
2.803

52,730

278,160

2,902
2,736
1.225

8,098
11.305
2,425
4,057
7,744

1,584
2,199
27,284

49,779
297,949

297.949

12,350

5.300
3.155
16,280
1,260
40
100
<tJn»

7,514
35,256

4,364
807
372
Admitted




Sale

42

Sale

20%

Sale

Sale

21% Mar
6% Mar

Sale

26%

Lear

.

■

-1

1
10

1

Industries Inc

Lockheed Aircraft Corp
1
Loew's Theatres (Un)
1
Lone Star Cement (Un)—4
Lorillard (P) Co (Un)
5
M J M Sc M Oil Co (Un)_10c
Macy & Co Inc (R H)
1
Madison Sq Garden Corp—1

sale
1.70
11

10%
48%

25

6% Mar 29
8% Mar 21

Sale

1.55 Mar 14
11% Mar 8

1.70 Mar 28
11% Mar 13

48% Mar l
11% Mar 19
6% Mar 20

50% Mar

Mar 21

Mar

Marquardt Corp
Martin Marietta Corp

11%

Scott

1.20

1.30

Sale

1.25

Sale

1.20

8
33%
Mar 27
23
45% Mar 26

21 Va Mar 15
42 y4 Jan
7

1

1.10 Mar 12

38% Mar 28
25% Mar 11
56 % Mar 7

36% Mar 18

Sale

55 Va

Sale

59%
27%

Sale
Sale

60

Sale

Sale

27

32%
105 %
44%
27

~3%

3%

35%

Sale

44%
50%

Sale
Sale

6

8%
42%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

27

14%
6%

Sale

6%

6%

6%

~6%

Sale

Co

Power

Ward
Motorola Inc (Un)
Mt Diablo Co
National Airlines

6% Mar

Distillers

Corp (Un)
National Gypsum Co

Sale

12%

Sale

$>%
5%*
to

preferred
preferred

unlisted

49% Jan
13% Feb

32% Feb

6% Mar

1

Jan
67% Jan

"I
2
3

Mar 26

11

Mar 26

n

13
2
2
8
18
26
13

71% Mar 6
17% Jan 14

6

Mar

Feb
Feb
Jan

7
8
15
10

Jan 15
45% Feb 27
26% Jan 11

28%
7%
10%
1.85
11%
11%

7
Feb
Jan 14
4
Jan
Jan 14
7
Feb

Feb

4

50%

Mar 8
12% Jan 15
8% Jan 14

35% Feb 18
Jan 29
23
45% Mar 26
1.45
40 y4
25%
56%

Jan 10
Feb 18
Mar 11
Mar
7

67%
30%
32%
105
10%

Jan 31
Mar 29
Mar 19
Mar 5

48
27

6%
4%
47%
54%
14%
38%

Jan 28
Feb
Mar
Jan
Jan
Feb
Feb
Jan
Jan

4
1

29
10
18
18
21

15

a__

7% Jan 15
1
53% Feb
74% Feb

1

78% Jan 10
18% Jan 29
17

Jan

18

a—

16% Mar 5
28
Mar 13

62%

15% Mar 26
5
Mar 27
59
12% Mar 26
70 % Mar 5
15% Mar 27
8% Mar 13
57% Mar 1

Sale

50

Mar

18

Mar 15
Mar 6

30% Mar 19

% Mar 19

Sale

15%

Sale

—

__

63%

16%
27 %
62 V*

Sale

58

Sale

Sale

58%

61

13%

26%

Sale

6%

Sale

64%
52%

65 Va
Sale

57%
51%

19%

Sale

18%

Sale
Sale

62
52

Sale

20%

Sale

27% Mar

30% Mar 19

19%

Sale

31c

31c,

30c

Sale

31c

Mar

4

61% Mar 18

40y4
Sale

4%
1.55

Sale

20%

17%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

5%
1.50

Sale
17%
5%

1.65

37%

17
5%
1.50

4%

5%
Sale

1%
44%

Sale

2%
36%
46%
13
20

29%

Sale
Sale

58

1%

1%

Sale

—

*

32%

(Un)—•

5%

.1

Sale

—

Sale

24%

a.

1

T—1

'

...

mam '

—

—

•—

—
.

J;

40% Mar 1
16y«Jan
2
4% Jan 10

1.55 Mar 5
83
Mar 14

80y4 Feb 28

6

1
6

28

4

33% Mar 22
37% Mar 18
59% Mar 27

Sale

25Ya

Sale

24

Sale

44%

Sale

Mar

7
24%
A

10%

7y4

—

——

Sale

Sale

'

—

—.

%

"%

:

"%

%

—»-

'

■•

——

3%

Sale

is y8
64%
23%

'

■—

Sale

2.30

'

1.35
Sale
Sale
25

_

—

Sale
Sale

3y8
«...

~1~30

....

■

48%

.

—

trading privileges. Sss pags #0

1.30

—

1.40

'

:

1.40

•

1.45

—

—

61%
27%
26%
25%

—

Sale
29%
27

26%

60 y4
30%
26
26

Sale
Sale

26%
26%

for all other footnotes.

Feb 13
47% Mar 13

35c
61 Va
2%
40%
49 y4

Jan
4
Mar 18
Jan 16
Jan 22
Mar 27

15%
22%
2y4
44%

Feb 26

Jan
4
Jan 28
Mar 29
17% Mar 29
6% Feb
8
1.75 Jan

9

87% Jan 30
12 Va Jan

9

33% Mar 22
37% Mar 18
62 y2 Jan 21
42% Jan 10
Jan
32
7
42% Mar 8

1% Mar 26
49 Va Jan
3
4
39% Jan
37 y4 Jan
3
3
32% Jan
Jan
4
65
5% Jan 3

53 y4 Feb
40% Mar
38% Mar
35% Mar
72% Feb

23
44

26% Feb 20

Mar 27

71

72

1

44% Mar

18
22
22
29

15

6% Mar 18

Jan

18

Jan

4

50

Feb 25

Feb 26
22% Jan
8

81
24

Jan
3
Jan 17

26

Jan 28

24

Mar 20

26

1% Jan 22

Feb 28

40% Jan

4

2

44% Feb

6

a

35% Mar

—.:

2

54% Feb 25

25% Mar 8
48% Mar 14

a
-

Feb 28

38% Jan

Mar 22
Mar 22
Mar 29
Mar 21
6% Mar 18

43% Mar 20

Sale
Sale

8

Mar 4
Mar 27

a__

43%

5

3
53% Jan
42% Feb 25
31% Jan 17

~8

1%
52%
40%
38%
35%
69

®—

24

10%

Mar

42% Mar

.

6

35% Jan 14

t

Sale

35%

Feb

12

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
11

1.40 Mar

12% Mar

40%

■mam

2
Mar 6
1% Mar 20

4

32

2
7

20

Mar

24%

~8

1% Jan 16

44% Mar 29
17% Mar 29
6% Mar 15

=

47% Mar 7
72
Mar 27

_

4

12% Jan

23 Va Mar 14

'

—

mm*

Feb

36 y4 Jan
44% Jan

Mar 8
38 % Mar 18
1% Mar 26
49% Mar 4
40% Mar 22
38% Mar 13
32% Mar l
66% Mar 27
6% Mar 18

6
•

Jl„

35%

Sale

30c

56% Jan 23

56% Mar

Sale
Sale

1%
51

21

2

42% Feb 27

14% Mar 1
22
Mar 18
2
Mar 15

•

*31%
Sale

38 %
1%

18% Jan

29% Mar
35% Mar

Sale

58

19% Feb 19

Jan

38
Mar 27
49 Va Mar 27

5
Mar 25
1.40 Mar 6
81
Mar 5

—

—

Mar 6
Mar 12
Mar 25
Mar 5

75 Va Mar 13

18% Feb 27
9% Mar 22
68% Jan 14

49% Jan 23
18
Mar 15

32c Mar 20
61 Va Mar 18
2y4 Mar 26

.

Mar 26

1% Mar 20
40y4 Mar 1
17 y8 Mar 5

12

12%

:

3

15% Mar 27
6% Jan
2
57% Mar 1

67

17% Mar 4
9Va Mar 22
63 Va Mar 2653% Mar 11
18% Mar 26
20% Mar 29
47% Mar 13
n,

18% Jan 14

29% Feb 2
64
Mar 13
13% Jan 25

2
57
Jan 15
12 y4 Jan 16

13% Mar 29
75 Va Mar 13

4

30c

15% Mar 25

267/a Jan

Mar 13

64

6

42% Mar

16%

25
—2ft

43 % Mar

Mar 12

30% Mar 19

Sale
Sale

North Amer Aviation (Un)_l
North Amer Invest com
1

Jan

3% Jan

Mar 11

70

Sale

Sale

Niagara Mohawk Pow (Un)_*
Nordon Corp Ltd
•
Nordon Corp Ltd rights
Norrls Oil Co
1
Norris-Thermador Corp 50e

8

6

19
17
22
3

38%
43%
23%
7%
43 y4

a

14

National Linen Serv com—1
Natl Steel Corp (Un)
10
National General
(Un)—1
Natomas Company
1
New Eng Elec Syst (Un)—1
New Idrla Mln Sc Chem_50c
N Y Central RR Co (Un)_•

6
1

11
4

a

20%
1%

5
(Un)_l

20
l

a

13%

Sale

15%

Sale
Sale
2

Sc Chemical

58% Mar
27
Mar
32% Mar
104% Jan
8y4 Mar
42% Jan
26
Feb

48

71% Mar

12%
21%
1%

.5
National Biscuit CONat'l Cash Register (Un)—5
National City Lines Inc
1

22

9

3

a—

6%

72 %

Sale

3
1

5

Jan

25

Mar 28
Mar 29
Mar 19
Mar 5
Mar 8
Mar
4
Mar
1
Mar 18
Mar 25
Mar 27
Mar 28
Mar 11

4
19

Mar 21

50% Jan

a

Montana-Dakota Utll (Un)_5
Montana

1.25 Mar

33

a—

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Montgomery

7% Mar

1
50%
14
13%
Mar 26
33

Sale
Sale

Sale

48

6%
3%
43%

6%
Sale

6%
3%

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

8

Mar 12

12

58% Mar 11

30%

37%

Inc. (Un)
*
Middle South Utilities
10
Minnesota Min Sc Mfg
*
Minn Pwr Sc Lt Co (Un)—•
mission Development (Un)-S
Miss River Fuel Corp
10
Monogram Precision Indus.l
Monsanto Chemical (Un)—2

6% Mar 29

8

55

(Un)——-.16%

(Un)

6

8% Mar 21
1.55 Mar 14
ii y4 Mar 8
11% Feb 1"
45 Va Jan
7ii y4 Jan
2
6% Mar 2 J

21% Mar 15

Sale

1

Mar

27

1.10 Mar 12
36% Mar 18
25% Mar 11
53% Mar 18

11%
11%
Sale

Sale

36%

McCullough Oil Corp
50c
McKesson Sc Robbins (Un)_9
Meier Sc Frank Co Inc—10
Menasco Manufacturing Co_l
Merchants Petroleum Co_25c
Merck Sc Co

Mar 27

Mar 27

25

6% Mar 1
8% Mar 14

11%
49%

Sale

1

•

4
Mar 8
45
20% Mar 14

1.55
11 y4

T60 ~L65

-1

Magnavox Co (Un)
Marathon Oil Company

40% Jan 28
Feb 11
43
18% Mar 6

42% Mar

Sale
Sale
Sale

Liggett Sc Myers Tob
Litton

4

25%
6%
8%

7

(Un)_25
Ling-Temco-Vought(Un)_50c
Lithium Corp of America—1

6% Mar

41% Mar 18
Mar 8
45
18% Mar 6

4

Slegler Inc

4
4

Jan

43% Mar 13

9%
1.60
10%

—1

Lehman Corp (Un)
Leslie Salt Co
Libby McNeill Sc Libby

6

36 Va Mar 20
l

Sale

23%

6%

33Vic

Kropp Forge Co

Nat'l

10,282
2,362

41%

3%

Merritt-Chapman Sc
1,238

21%

Jones & Lghlin Steel(Un)_10
Jorgensen (Earle M)
1

18,995
4,740
2,153

2,931

7%

1
•

Corp

Int'l Rectifier

Laclede Gas Co (Un)

64,355
45,897

6%

Interlake Iron Corp (Un)—•
Internat'l Harvester (Un)—•
International Nickel Co of
Can Ltd (Un)
•
Int'l Paper Co (Un)
2.50
Int'l Pipe Sc Ceramics com_l
5% conv preferred
100

Larchfield Corp

18.066

6%

6

39% Mar

•

Inland Steel Co (Un)

144

15,781

Sale
Sale
6%

42

Idaho Power Co.

395

1,231

Sale

4% Mar

33

3,659

•

•

cl A-

Class B

24

2,286

39%

10%

1

255

12,551
8,382

Sale

38%

5%

Sale

—

Holly Oil Co
Home Oil Co Ltd

44% Mar 26

6%

2.50

128

765
3,409
2,656

Sale

6

6%

1

Hewlett-Packard Co
Hilton Hotels Corp

103

1,605

44%

36%
11%
7%
26%

1

10% Mar 20
6% Mar 7
26 y4 Mar 12
% Mar

7

15 Va Mar 27
48% Mar l

26% Mar 19
25% Mar 13

Mar

7

7

10c

Mar 11

Jan

15% Jan 16
46% Jan
7

18
Mar 5
49% Mar 11
3y8 Mar 1

2.20 Mar 21
lc Mar 22

1.30 Mar 4
19
Mar 11
59% Mar 26
27% Mar 13

1
2
6% Feb
8
24% Jan
2
% Jan 31
8

Mar 4
Mar 28

% Mar

,.

35% Mar

Mar 20

V

2.20 Mar 21
lc Mar 22

1.65 Mar 18
21% Mar 21
62

i
,

-

Mar

31

5
*■

1.30 Jan
18% Jan

Mar 29

59% Mar 26
25
Jan
3

1

26% Mar 19
25% Mar 13

9
2

26% Feb 25
25

Feb

11

39% Jan 23
12% Feb 25
7% Jan 31
26% Feb 18
7
% Jan
18
Mar 5
49% Feb 18
4
3% Jan
10c Mar 11
1.65 Mar 18
21% Mar 21
64% Jan
2
31

Mar

2

26% Feb
5
25% Mar 13

Aggregate Sales
in

Pacific Coast

March

Since
Jan. I

Shares

Shares

3,305

23,291

9,244

25,257
40,002

1,055
5,602
920

Price Jan. 2,
1963

Stock Exchange

Opening

STOCKS

Ohio Edison

640

5,179
15,635
4,417
4,441

4,103

15,371

71

155

3,054

1,011

7,277
10,400

45,893

172,743

5,549

17,517

2,453

8,097

238

807

1,542

4,853

913

2,480

133
30
838

657
356

17%
12Vi
25

8

Pacific Clay Products
Pacific Gas <fe Electric—
6%

1st preferred

25

5Vi%

1st preferred

25

5

20

27
24

178

318

$4.75 convertible
$4.50 preferred

100
58

100
69

1,435
1,907
35,383

8,879
55,751

4,752

14,779
190

30,404

151

177

12,814
13,034
1,713
4,063

31,869
34,729
7,548
13,986

1,437
3,253

7,424

6,394

10,951
24,788

1.684
2,118

6,239
9,949

464

1,688
14,249
20,426
15,151
19,573

4,753

17,269
9,176
6,367
6,629

14,058

Sale

Sale

17%
Sale
33%

Sale

33

Sale

29%

30%

27%

28%

33%
30
27%

27%

26

26%

25%

24%

25 %

24

4%

24%
Sale

4%

24%
4%

26%
23%
24 %

58%

Sale

60
Sale
101% 102%

•
•

pfd

155%

94%
2%

96%
3%

23 %
4%

10%
5%

23%
Sale
11 %
6%

31%

11

Devel 33 Vic
Pacific Petroleums Ltd
1
Pac Oil & Gas

Warrants

14 2/7

Sale

6% preferred
100
Packard-Bell Electronics_50c

9%

Sale

100 %

Pepsi Cola Co (Un)—33V4c
Permanente Cement Co com_l
5% conv preferred
50
Pfizer (Chas) <Ss Co (Un) 33Vi
Phelps Dodge (Un)
12Vi
Philip Morris & Co (Un)
5
Phillips Petroleum
5
Procter & Gamble

3,841

2,471
12,096

10,567
32,447

10,396
5,499

55,090
20,809

4,227
1.685

13,244
6,682

1,179
2,562

8,833
16,362

8,711

43,751

24,857
196,895

4,587

15,807

4,447
9,149

12,712
26,626
76,492
22,683
14,412
14,460
24,030
1,920

36,784
4,596
3,343
2,700
5,791
763

13,271
1,565

15,162
101,593
42,183
9,227

6,113

21,013

300
705

962

7,075
31,052

3,859
22,107
170

I

5.449

18,497
34,300
955
60

—3

Pullman Inc (Un)
Pure Oil Co (Un)
Radio Corp of Amer

•

Sale

48%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

■—

25%

Sale

26
28%

mmmt

——

Sale

24% Mar 27
4% Mar 8

16% Mar 25
54% Mar 11

17% Mar 26
59% Mar 4

39%

Sale
Sale

37%

33
23%

Sale

31%

Sale

24%

61

„,

Co—1
—25c
1
•

a

2.50

Diego Gas & Electric_10
5%
preferred
20
4 Vi %
preferred
20

'

13%

18%

Sale

18%

2.85

Sale
Sale

2.35

— —

39%

M

.

Schenley Indus (Un)
Schering Corp (Un)
SCM Corporation
Scott Paper.
Seaboard Finance Co.
Sears Roebuck & Co—
Servel Inc (Un).

7

41%
36

43%
16%
9 V*

Sale

17%
Sale

45%
17%

Sale

-

fc—

47%

Sale

17

17%

—

—

45%

48%

Sale

2.20 Mar 13
1

41% Mar
36
Mar
16% Mar
45% Mar

Sale
Sale
17 Ya

1
8
4

16% Mar 21
10 % Mar 8

—

Sale

45% Mar

..

28%

^

——

—

12,872

7,233

43,607
24,073

1,240
850

8,530
1,401

4~529

18,546

979

2,514

13,208

32%
391/4
—

—

10

.Sale

10%
19%
39%

12%

Sale
Sale
Sale

2874 Mar
381/4 Mar

7
1
5

21% Mar

Sale
Sale
—

39%

Sale

32%

Sale
Sale

6

794

Shell Transport &
18,048

81,014

12~376

41,847

7,612

31,711

479

762

20

21,921
1,064
727

109,756
2,024
1,798
10

~402
2,931

1,165
6,329

500

700

33

2,325
2,559
(Un)




11,865

1,317
9,457
8,358

Sale
Sale

18

~3% ~4%

4
35%
\

£1

Signal Oil & Gas cl A—

2

Class B
2
Sinclair Oil Corp
5
Socony Mobil Oil (Un)
15
Southeastn Pub Ser Co—10c
So Calif Edison—

48% Mar 29
53 y, Mar 7
Mar 5
73
47% Jan 15
70% Mar 11

t

18 Ya
77%

Sale

3%

4%

Mar

21% Jan 2
22% Mar 19

27
Mar 28
30% Jan
8

36% Jan

56% Jan

7

3y» Mar

3

8

Jan

9% Feb 18
39% Feb 18
11% Jan 25

7
2
2

42% Jan 16
29% Mar 8
2
23% Jan
38% Feb 28
3
10% Jan
4
17% Jan
2.20 Mar 13
3
39 y4 Jan
3
34% Jan
16% Feb 28
2
43% Jan
16% Mar 21
9Ya Jan 2

11% Mar 27

5

3% Jan
3
18% Feb 27

1

16% Jan
7% Jan
34% Jan

45
Mar 29
32% Mar 22
25% Mar 7
45 % Mar 26
13% Mar 20
19 Ya Mar 26
2.45 Mar 19
43% Mar 28
36% Mar 29
17% Mar 25
47% Mar 26
17% Mar 11

45%
25%
19%
26%
35%

48% Mar 29
Mar 7
32% Mar 26
39% Mar 28
21% Mar 6
21

Mar 20

13

31% Mar 15
18
Mar l
77% Mar 29
8"% Mar 25

Sale
Sale

3%

3% Mar
35%

Sale

! '*•

'

Jan 30
Jan 17
4
Jan
2
Jan
4
Jan

21% Mar

48 y4 Jan 23
36% Jan
7
26% Feb 18
45% Mar 26
14 Ya Feb
1
19% Feb 26
2.85 Jan
2
44% Feb
6
36% Jan 22

17% Jan 14
47% Mar 26
19V4 Jan 14
11% Mar 27

12%

Mar~28

7

Mar"!

*

Jan

18% Jan

2
3
8

Mar 18
4074 Mar 25

39

Mar

4

12

Mar 20

Mar

31% Mar 15
2
17% Jan

4
19% Mar 21
79% Mar 14
9% Mar 13
4% Mar 5

32% Mar

39

74% Jan 17
8% Mar 25
3% Mar 7
Jan 17
22
34% Jan 16

Mar 26

24% Mar 25

25% Mar

26% Mar

1

23
Jan
3
25% Feb 20

35%
58%

Sale
Sale

37%

Sale

41%

Sale
Sale

37% Mar

41% Mar 29
66% Mar 25

35% Jan
2
58% Jan 21

66

6
61% Mar 4
24% Mar 21

24% Mar

23% Feb

4

22% Jan 28
32% Mar 26
39% Mar 28
22% Jan 13
a

10
*

48% Mar 29
25% Jan 17

b

23% Mar

6

—

12%

Mar"28

22% Jan 25
43% Jan
7
16%
34%
19%
79%
11%

Jan 24
Jan 31
Jan 11
Mar 14
Jan 22

4% Feb 25
22% Jan 11
39

Mar 26

24% Mar 25
8

27% Jan

41%

Mar"29

66 Ya Mar 25
24% Mar 4

"

Sale

30%

Sale

31%

Sale

30% Mar

27

Mar 21
26% Mar 18

4

30

26%

81%

Sale

23%
23%

24%
23%

26%

26%

32
Mar 27
30% Mar 28
26% Mar 22

30% Feb 28
29% Jan
3
26% Feb 20

23%
23%
22 %

24%
23%

23%

24%

24

24%

23%

22%

32%

2

...

85
Janl. 8
24% Feb 14
23% Jan 25

24%

32%

23% Mar" 15
24% Mar 15

81% Jan

33
Jan 28
31% Jan
8
26% Feb II
a—

a—
a

22%

23%

32

31%

Sale
32%

33%

preferred
25
Southern Calif Petroleum—2
Southern Co (Un)
5

33

Sale
33%

18%

Sale

17%
54%

Sale
Sale

privileges. See page 50

26%

~s

Southern Calif Gas Co—
6% series A preferred—25

Admitted to unlisted trading

30 Ya Feb 26
40% Jan 18
66% Feb 14

Sale

26%

6%

26% Mar

3
11
3

25%

31

23

20y4 Jan -17
23% Jan

5

Sale

8%

preferred

Mar 7
Mar 29

50
Mar 25
75% Mar 27

25%

8Vi
25
25
25

51% Mar 15

Sale

Common

25
25

2

26%

Original preferred
4.78% preferred
4.56% series
4.48% conv pfd
4.32% preferred
4.24% preferred
4.08%

3,247

17 Ya
75%

Trading

Co Ltd (Un)

Mar

44% Jan
13% Feb
46% Jan

20

12

9

Servomechanisms Inc
20c
Bharon Steel Corp (Un)__*
Shell Oil Co
1

28

Jan 18
Mar 6

40% Feb 14
27% Jan 22
32% Jan 23
47% Mar 19
16% Feb 15
50% Feb 27
15% Jan 18
54% Jan 14
51% Feb 21
8
58% Feb
79% Mar 28

6
7
3
4

13% Mar 25

10% Mar" "I
19% Mar 1
Mar 8
39

Sale

— —.

_5

_3

34%
150%
13%
30%

a

1.40
1

II

1

27
19
5
4

;

2,323
2,799

24% Mar

a,

21

..

Sale

r

—

1

a

'

___

—

4

38% Mar 4
13 Ya Mar 8
18% Mar 13

___

"•

-

Sale

6% Jan 10

.

___

26%

Mar

24

Sale

17

—'

5

4
8

2.50

43%

4

43
Mar
29% Mar

Sale

2.40

Sale
—.

Sale

14
13

Mar 27
Mar 13 1
Mar 4
Mar 28
26% Mar 1
3% Mar 7
17% Mar 4
9% Mar 4
37% Mar 28
9% Mar 1

36
Mar 18
8% Mar 1

Sale
Sale
Sale

13%
18%

19
2.45
Sale

26% Feb 19
6
Mar 11
11% Jan
9

'

30
40%
62
27

22% Mar 19
3% Mar 1
17
Mar 5

8% Mar

6
7
29

; 26% Mar

1
5

Sale
Sale

31%
24%
42 %

Mar 27

Mar 11
3% Feb 14

Mar 29
52
50% Mar 12
58% Mar 29
79% Mar 28
Mar 25
50
75% Mar 27

23% Mar

Sale

7

97

15% Mar 13

37% Mar
58
Mar 20

Sale

'

San

20
Corp—1

7
6

23%
3%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

38%

1.66%

St Joseph Lead (Un)
10
St Louis-San Fran Ry (Un)_*
St Regis Paper Co (Un)
5

Mar
Mar
Mar

24% Mar 18

Sale

27

Feb

100% Mar 14
100% Mar 6

31% Mar 18
150 Vi Mar 26
2
9% Jan
21% Jan 7
Jan 18
,36

4

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
32
47% Mar
16% Mar
Mar
49

Sale

8%

4

17
25
21

23% Jan
3
3% Mar 26
10% Mar 1

32% Mar

26%

37%
8%

144

Mar 27

Jan 14
.95
3% Jan 11

i

Feb
Jan
Feb
Feb
Mar

17 % Mar 26
63% Jan 18
104% Jan 28

99% Jan 10
100% Mar 6

Mar 15
Mar 11

150%
13%
30%
37%
25%

Mar 26
Mar
l
Mar 7

281/2 Mar

Sale

44%

1

20g
•

*

27%
27%
26%
24%
24%
4%

18
18
11
2i
20
22

-

11% Mar 18

45% Mar 6
14% Mar 27
47% Mar 26
13% Mar 25
51% Mar 15
48% Mar 29
53 Ya Mar 7
Mar 5
73
47% Mar 4

i

Sale
Sale

8%

144

Mar 27

r

150%
10%
25%
36%
24%

34% Jan 28
34% Jan 21
30% Jan 21
28% Mar 5

6% Jan 10

25
6

24% Mar 14
3% Mar 26
10% Mar l

'
_

(Un)_5

Royal Dutch Pet (Un)
Ryan Aeronautical Co
Ryder System, Inc

Mar li

97

26

Sale

9

'

_

1
2.50
•

144

100% Mar 14
100% Mar 6
97
Mar 11

99% Mar 21
100% Mar 6

Mar 25

34

3

16% Mar 25
54% Mar 11
104% Jan 28

a

__

'

34%
8%

22,757

24% Mar 12
3% Mar 22

Mar~27

ai3% Feb~~4

Jan

Feb
Feb
Feb
Feb
Feb
3% Mar

a

a

Mar 14

26%
26%
26%
24%
24%

a

a

23% Jan 14

2
31% Jan
8
32% Feb
29% Jan 10
Jan
2
27

Mar 8
Mar 13

27
27

l
Mar 13

81 % Mar 18

13

33% Mar 29
30% Mar 26
28 % Mar 5

26% Mar

15% Jan 11

25

33% Mar 29

Mar 20

9

50% Feb 13
37
Mar 25

5

21% Mar

8

Mar 25

34

1

70% Mar li

Republic Aviation Corp—50c
Republic Corp (Un)
50c
Repub Steel Corp (Un)
10
Reserve Oil & Gas Co
1

20,218
5,047

Sale

79%

5c

Reeves Soundcraft Corp

4,027
2,013
a

Sale

48%

Sale
Sale

62~091

Sale
6%

52

26%
3%

22,746

3%

48%
58%

Sale
3%

4.40% preferred
San Diego Imperial

24%

15

Sale
Sale

15%

46%

28%
3%

5

(Un)

Safeway Stores Inc

32%

28

24%

Rockwell Stand Corp
Rohr Aircraft Corp

29% Mar

Mar 18

ai3% Mar 27

Mar 14

13

Mar 1
48% Jan 22

3%

46%

Sale

1

Rheem Manufacturing
Rhodes Western
—
Rice Ranch Oil Co
Richfield Oil Corp

98 Vi

Sale

21%

(Un)—•

Revlon Inc
Rexall Drug & Chem
Reynolds Metals (Un)
Reynolds Tobacco (Un)

Sale

25

5

Inc

Raytheon Co

Mar

5

31% Mar 18

Sale
Sale

Rayonier

23

•

(Un)

Timber Co

25

24%
3%
11 %
6

Puget Sound Pulp and

1,301

32% Jan
3
13Vi Feb 27
72% Jan 24

26%

96%
3%

World Air (Un)_l

Pennsylvania RR Co (Un)_10

Mar 25
Mar 7

27%
27%
25%

30%

Paramount Pictures (Un)—1
Parke Davis & Co
*
Pendleton Tool Indus
1
Penney (J C) Co (Un)
1

22 % Jan

5

Sale

10%

25% Jan 18

i9%

28 % Mar

99% 101%

5%

32

21% Mar 20

144

25%
4%
Sale

10%
5%

Mar 8
Mar 7
Mar 11

30%

55% Sale
101% 103%

~3% ~3%
4

23%
21%
48%
37
14
si y«

28 %
27%

98%

24%

Mar

7
5

4

Sale

96%

*

26%

102% 104%
151%

44

33 % Mar
29% Mar

—

—

100%

99

———•

Co

1% Jan 23
44% Feb 18

1% Jan 23
39% Jan 17

4

43 y8 Mar 29
21% Mar 20
19% Mar l
48% Mar 11
Mar 4
33
Mar 7
14
79 Vi Mar 12

Sale
Sale

32%
33 %

24%
23%

2

Sale

17%
13%
33

26%

com.'

Common

13 Vi
29%

Sale

Sale
27

Pacific Northwest Bell

Pan Amer

36 Vi
14

Sale

Sale
Sale

26%
26%

Pacific Tel & Tel—

8,783

22

20%

Sale
Sale

27 %
27 %

preierred

Telephone

22%
19%

26%
26%
26%

•
Pacific Northern Airlines—1
$4.3b

Prices

Sale

2

Co

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Highest
Lowest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices

:

Sale
Prices

Sale

or

Ask

25
25
25
25
25

$4.40 dividend pfd

Express

Pacific Lighting Corp
S4.75 preferred

Sale

33%
29%
Sale

27

25

5%
1st preferred
5% red 1st preferred
5 ft
red pfd ser A__
4.80 ft
red 1st pfd
4.50% redeemable pld
4.36%
red 1st pfd
Pacific Industries Inc
Pacific Intermountain

18%
13
26

32%
32 %
29

—10

Common

3,200
59,578

Bid

Ask

30c
6.25

PHP Co Inc common
1
Pacific American Corp
5
Pac Cement & Aggregates—5

3,200
22,303

Bid

33 Vi

Sale

Olin Mathleson Chemical—5

5,044

Closing

Opening or

Highest

21% Mar

Sale

23
20%

20c
15

(Un)

2,505

-PRICES IN MARCHLowest
March 29

March 1

43 Vi

Outboard Marine Co
Owens-Illinois Glass

1,183

50

or
Ask

Bid

North Amer Royalties
Northern Pacific (Un)
Northrop Corp Inc.
Occidental Petroleum

800

10,834

49

PACIFIC COAST STOCK EXCHANGE

April, 1963

"

23% Mar 26
23% Mar 27

92% Mar 28

33% Mar 13
a—

17%

54%

Sale
Sale

for all other footnotes.

Mar

5

18

54% Mar

l

55% Mar 4

17

Mar 22

23% Mar 26
23% Feb 18

31% Jan

7
32% Jan
4
17
Feb 28

53% Feb

4

34
Jan 24
34% Jan 24

18% Jan
4
56% Jan 14

7

50

PACIFIC COAST STOCK EXCHANGE

Aggregate Sales
in

Pacific Coast
Stock Exchange

Since

Price Jan. 2,
1963

March

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

STOCKS

502

1,713
82,313
13,860

Southern Natural Gas- .7.50
Southern Pacific Co
Southern Ry Co (Un)
•

2,170
100,129

Sperry-Rand Corp (Un)_50c

28,305
12,272

1,179

22,628
562

2,497

11,300
11,424

404

1,528

120

40,013

774
7,095
130,810

Opening

-Par

29

85

226

11,960

29,102

27,924

86,924
3,541

5,370

14,583

179

567

7,110

19,-261
3,948
3,354
77,953

968
448

13.253

3,933,,
944
87,293

6,268

12,244

3,435
116,280
23,581

32

127

1,687

6,083

275

350

1,683
185,408
82,235
42,252
25,391
2,139
24,357
20,729
4,650

120

330

4,613
1,470

17,852

48,466

26,945
16,400
9,431
632

6,297
4,683

6,331
7,280

1>115
15,480
610

29,273
1,365
133

2~576

6,569

103

595

6,871
12,443

1,241

15,278
31,324
1,168
25,350
6,995

715

2,143

294

7,925

1,336
1,328
1,924
6,672
11,569
7,579

6,256
4,077
5.271
15,980
2,209
33,093
25,505

6,876

19,990

17,683
1,000

23,261
12,381
3,004

760

1.272

9,020
1,535

28,317

445

4,369

2,165

29.669
5,036

11.254

11,047
9,213

100,853
27,672
33,843

1,910
1,514

2,029
5,438

Closing

or
Ask

Bid

Bid

Statham Instruments Inc
Stauffer Chemical

Sale

28%

Sale

30

Sale

13%

Sale

12%

Sale

25%

.Sale

27 y4

47% Mar 8
28% Mar 1
55 y2 Mar 13
34% Mar 13
12 Va Mar 29
6% Mar 26
25% Mar 5

Sale

Sale

4V4

4%

4% Mar 12
61% Mar 1

Sale
Sale

47

Sale
Sale

52%
59%

Sale
Sale

56%
63 Va
58%

Sale
Sale
Sale

52 Va Mar
59 Va Mar
58
Mar

20%

Sale
9y4
Sale

20% Mar 29

a

Sale
35

9%
Sale

9
34 y4

6%

Sale

7ya

Sale

6%

Sale

18%

Sale

19%

Sale

1
Sunset Interna'l Petroleum_l

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

6%

Sale
Sale

Superior Oil Co (Calif)
Swift <te Co (Un):

40%

Sale

41%

Sale

1

5%

Tenn Gas Transmission
5
Terex Corporation com
10c
Texaco Inc (Un)
12%
Texas Eastern Trans
3.50
Texas Gas Transmission
5
Texas Quit Sulphur (Un)—•
Textron Inc common
50c
Warrants
$1.25 conv preferred
•
Thiokol Chemical (Un)
1

18
1.85

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

18%
60%
17%
42%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

30%
12%

Sale
13 VA

1
25
25

29%

31%
6y8

60%
16%

29%
13 y4

Sale
14

2.05

17%
42%
13%

12%

12%

Sale

—1

22

22%

lo

Tidewater Oil Co com

22

Sale

$1.20 preferred
25
Tishman Realty & Const'n_l
Trans World Airlines Inc—5
Warrants
Trans World Financial
1
Transamerica

Corp

Tri-Continental Corp
Warrants (Un)

2.40
43

Twentieth Century-Fox Film
Corp (Un)
1
Unilever NV "N Y shares"—*
Unilever Ltd "Adrs"
•
Union Carbide Corp
•
Union Elec of Mo (Un)
10

38

63 Va

Union Sugar Co
5
United Air Lines Inc
10
United Aircraft Corp (Un)_5
1

1%

United Park City Mines
Co (Un)
U S Industries Inc com
U. S. Natural Gas Corp
U S Plywood Corp
U S Rubber Co (Un)

36%
5%
5%

Sale
Sale
6

.85

Sale

1'545

2,847
8,052

17,821
49,098

41,508
118,417

3,141
3,031
519
464

23,000
13,008

355

1.256
26,872
6,635
4,128

Vanadium Corp of Am (Un)_l
Varlan Associates
1
Victor Comptometer Corp
1
Victor Equipment Co
1

460
485

40%

Sale

51

Sale

43%

Sale

Mar 20'
Jan 18

12

Feb

27

33% Jan 11
24 Va Mar 20
53% Feb 28
21% Mar 5

Jan

43

9-

7% Jan 25
19% Mar 28
2.80 Jan
2.
66 Va Mar 25
18

Feb
Jan
Feb
Feb
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
24% Jan

43%
15%
33%
15%
33%
29 Va
58 Va

19
21
7
4
29
11
3
21
14

Sale

19% Mar 4
25 Va Mar 22

23% Mar 22
25% Mar 26

19 y4 Mar
4
25
Jan
8
18
Jan 30

23% Mar 22
25% Mar 26
Jan 30
18

Sale

12

Mar
l
5% Mar 7
16 y2 Mar 1

14% Mar 25

10% Jan 30

14% Mar 25

45

5% Mar 7
19% Mar 28
48 Va Mar 28

4ya Feb
16% Mar
44% Jan

5% Feb 14
19% Mar 28
48 Va Jan 15

Sale

14%

16%
45%

Sale
Sale

48

2.50

42%

Sale

2~60

Sale
Sale

Sale

—

29%

Sale

2.50 Mar

42% Mar
32% Mar

—

Sale

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
53% Mar
60% Mar
34% Mar

24%
39%
22 y8
104%

—

60%
35 Va

Sale
Sale

35%

25%
32%

26%

31

Sale

35%

"l%

Sale

Sale

25%
36%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
—.

6

6%
88C

23%
„

-

1
l

5
l
5

11
11
25
1
11

■

Mar

1% Mar
8% Mar

6
l
8

Sale

20% Mar 19

Sale

25 y2 Mar
35% Mar
5
Mar
6
Mar
74c Mar

~

——

5%
6y8

6

25% Mar 15
32% Mar 1
47

—

Mar

a

6%

75c

Sale

12%

Sale

—

5

7

Feb 26

25 Va

—

—

1
1

14

5

Sale

1

320

Feb
Jan

21% Mar

20

1

1,388
3,383

8

20%
29%
34%
7%

Sale

1

California
•
United Fruit Co (Un)
•
United Gas Corp (Un)
10
United Industrial Corp com l
Series A conv pfd
8.50
Warrants

8
24
Jan
9% Jan 16
38% Jan 15
79% Feb 14
4
53% Feb

22%

22%

33%
23

8

—

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Mar 22

64

58% Mar

—

—

Union Oil Co of Calif
25
Union Pac Ry Co (Un)—10

56% Mar 29

26% Mar 12
54% Mar 5
22% Mar 29

24%

(Un)_l

United Canso Oil & Gas
United Corp (Del) (Un)
United Financial Corp of

Sale
Sale

a

4% Jan 28
68% Mar 26

24 Va Mar 20
53% Mar 13

100
50c

29% Mar 20

7
4

Jan 31

Sale

«•»»

Sale

Mar

12% Mar

70

14% Mar 26

24%

12

45

31

Jan 30

—

—

2

com

4%% conv preferred
Trico Oil & Gas

5

42% Mar 29
14% Mar 5

17

28

—

Thompson Ramo WooldridgeS
Thriftimart Inc

Mar

2

1.70 Jan
2
59 % Feb 11
16% Jan
2
4
42% Jan
13% Mar 26

2.20 Mar 21

66% Mar 25
18

Jan

5% Mar 26
17% Jan
2

6% Mar 21

28
15

a—

40%

19% Mar 28

a

27%

~1

6

2914

2

17% Mar 6
25% Jan 2
2
25% Jan
6Va Mar lb
a

41% Mar

Mar 20

12

6y8 Jan

4

a

1.80 Mar
60% Mar
17% Mar
42% Mar
13% Mar 26
29% Mar 20

«—-

52

7% Mar

18% Mar

Mar 25
Jan 18

75

19% Mar 29
28% Mar 7
34y8 Mar 20
6% Mar 1

41% Mar 13

66 y8

Mar 13
32% Mar 19

9

a

5% Mar 26
1.85

20% Mar 29

35% Mar 6
76% Mar 15

6% Mar 27
6
28% Mar 4
28% Mar l
6% Mar 15

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

6

Mar 13

9

Mar 26

a

19%

8

21 % Mar

17% Mar

Sale
6%

2
2
18

58% Mar

Mar 22

Feb

31% Jan
Feb
60
36% Jan
15
Feb
8% Jan

48

a—

Jan

58% Jan
54% Jan

64

32% Mar 19
a

8

Jan

47

56% Mar 29

1
4
4

Mar 13

9

4
a.

a

75

18y4
25 %
25%
6%

TelAutograph Corp

61% Feb 28

4%
67 y4

5

Suburban Propane Gas
Sunray D-X Oil

4% Mar 28
68 % Mar 26

4%
Sale

8%

34% Mar 13
12% Mar 29

14% Mar 26

62

21%

4

28 y2 Feb
5
55% Mar 13

a

Sale

58%

43% Jan

14% Mar 26

62%

Stone & Webster Inc (Un)_l
Studebaker Corp (Un)
1
Suburban Gas (Cal)
1

47% Mar 8
30 Va Mar 28
56% Mar 5
Mar 15
35
Mar 7
14
7% Mar 12
27 Va Mar 29

6% Mar 26
2
25% Jan
Jan
4
66
14
Jan 17

a

4

1
5

Sterling Drug Inc (Un)

Sale
Prices

Prices

%

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices

Highest

Sale

or

Ask

13%

Stanley Warner Corp (Un)_5

1,563

Opening

Southwestern Public Serv—1
Warrants (Un)
Spiegel Inc
•
Standard Brands (Un)
•
SFC Financial
-1
Standard Metals Corp
3c
Standard Oil of Calif
6 Va
83.30 conv pfd
•
Standard Oil Co (Ind)
25
Stand Oil Co (N J) (Un)_7
Stand Oil Co (Ohio) (Un)-10

632

or

Bid

-PRICES IN MARCHMarch 29
Lowest

March 1

—

1
18

19
20
26

1% Mar 5
12 y4 Mar 27
7y2 Mar 6
50% Mar 4
43
Mar 6

1
1

3

a—

a

46% Mar 28
36% Mar 27

2.40 Jan
42% Mar
32% Mar

30% Mar 27

21% Jan

42% Mar 26

38

2.75 Mar

24

7

Mar 28

106% Mar 28
53 Va Mar 25
63% Mar 28
Mar 4
32% Mar 29
36% Mar 26
49% Mar 26
1% Mar 1
8% Mar 25
36

25% Mar 28
25% Mar 1
36% Mar 1
6 Va Mar 1

6% Mar

1

Mar

l

88c

1% Mar 22
13% Mar 13
7% Mar 6
53

Mar 28

43% Mar 14

21%
102%
48%
60

33%
23

32%
47

1%
8y4

2
1
5

4
Jan
2
Jan 21
Feb 28
Jan
8
Jan 24
Jan
2
Jan
2
Jan
4
Mar
6
Feb
6
Mar 8

20% Mar 19
22% Jan
4
35% Mar 18
5

Mar 19

5% Jan 11
74c

Mar 26

1% Mar 27
12 Va Mar 27

6% Jan 29

2.75 Mar

7

46% Mar 28
36 Va Mar 27
30 Va Mar 27
42% Mar 26
24
Mar 28
111% Feb
4
55% Feb 18
65 Va Jan
7
36
Feb
4

32l/2 Mar 29
36 y2 Mar 26
53% Jan 15
1A Feb 19
8% Feb 15

25% Mar 28
Feb 18
39 Va Jan 29
6y4 Feb 20
7% Feb 20
98c Feb 20
28

1% Mar 22
15% Jan 29
7% Mar 6

44 Va Jan
40 Va Jan

8
2

53
Mar 28
46 Va Feb 19

50% Jan
43% Jan

2
2

87% Feb 19
49% Feb 18

13% Mar
28% Mar
34% Jan
10% Jan
13% Mar
24% Mar
9y4 Jan
26% Jan
41% Jan
42% Jan

8
2

4
16
16

24
8
38% Mar 27
11% Mar 27
8
14% Jan
Jan 14
37
11% Feb 11
29% Feb 27
46
Mar 15
42% Jan 16
24
Feb 13

Mar 20
Mar 29
39% Feb 28
3y8 Mar 7

15% Feb 4
50% Jan 31
40% Feb 27
5% Jan 25

U S

10.033
1,025

1,164

2.583

1,104

200

Smelting & Refining &
Mining Co (Un)
50
U S Steel Corp
16%
Universal Match
Universal Oil Prods

Upjohn Company (Un)
1
Utah-Idaho Sugar Co (Un)_5

26,104
6,452
3,614
12.990

9%

9%

33

25%

26y8

10,790

207,827
4,110
12.111
20,634

369,300
5,938

942

22,145
51,073
2,765

4,455

13,080

3,564

Westates Petrol

5%

14 Va
47%

preferred

1

~4%
6%

8,195
64,815

23,176
359

Western Air Lines

24

2

Bancorporation

—

11

Sale
Sale

27

Sale

Sale
\

Sale

48

48%

49

49

Sale
Sale

Sale
7

~4%

Sale
Sale

~3%

Sale

6%
37%
35%

Sale
Sale

13%

Sale

6%

Sale

.Westinghouse Air Brake
Company (Un)
10
Westinghouse Electric
6.25
2.257 Whee'ing Steel Corp (Un)_lo

34%

Sale

28%

32 y4

Western Pacific RR Co
1
Western Union Tel (Un)_2%

Sale

32%

Sale

—

28%

32%

Sale

73% Mar l
44% Mar 19
13% Mar 8
28% Mar 21
35% Mar 21
10% Mar 28
13% Mar 6
24% Mar 19
9% Mar 20
26% Mar 28
46
Mar 15

22% Mar

—

1

Western

—

Sale
Sale
Sale

•—

10

common

81%
46%
13%

24%

10%

Warner Bros Pict (Un)_1.25
Washington Water Power •
Wesco Financial Corp
1

981

10% _il%

Sale

Virginia-Carolina Chemical-*
5% prior preferred
50
Vons Grocery Co
1

2.000

Sale
Sale
Sale

14%
31 Va

2.50
(Un)
1

5^390

Sale

73%
45%

33

6%

—

Sale
Sale

7

Mar 20
Mar 29
40% Mar 4
3% Mar 7
5% Mar 14
Mar 6
32
33% Mar 18
13
49

31% Mar
28% Mar

5
8

27% Mar
32% Mar

Mar 20
Mar 28
14% Mar 5
31% Mar 13

84
47

38% Mar 27
11% Mar 27*
13% Mar
28% Mar
10% Mar

6 *'
5

28
46

1
Mar l
Mar 15

24

Mar 28

14% Mar 28
49%>Mar 20
50 Va Mar 27
4% Mar 4

21% Jan

22
22
6
19
4
4

13

49

35 y2 Mar 28
32% Mar 4
29% Mar 12

5% Mar 14
28% Jan 17
31% Jan 17
31
Jan 10
7
27% Jan

28% Mar 25
34% Mar 14

32

6% Mar 1
37% Mar 29

26% Jan
Jan

7
2

29% Jan 16

a__

17

Jan

42% Jan

7

Jan

14

37% Mar 29
35% Mar 28
32% Jan 18
32 Va Jan 30

28% Mar 25
28
Feb 14

37
34

Jan

95c

Jan

Wllliston Basin Oil

31,715

81,175

28

130

5,199
705

14,968
2,602

561

3,051

4,222

18,177

Exploration (Un)
Wilson & Co Inc (Un)
Woolworth (FW) (Un)

Worthington Corp (Un)

.90

10c
•

Sale

75c

Sale

•No par value.

(Un)

65

10
10

tThis issue

1

Sale

67c

Mar 20

80c

Mar

6

67c

Mar 20

18

a__

Sale

Youngstown Sheet is Tube
Company (Un)
•
Zenith Radio

75c

71%

Sale

—

55

Sale

52%

Sale

64% Mar 4
29Va Mar 18

89% Mar 18
51 Va Mar 19

Feb 13

71% Mar 20

63

29 Va Mar 18

27% Jan

90
Mar 19
54% Mar 14

87% Jan 18

4

51 Va Mar 19

66% Jan 15
3iy8 Jan 24
Feb 18
59% Jan 22

95

split or a stock dividend was paid during year 1962. The volume and the range shown here is simply
flThis issue, the primary market of which is on the New York Stock Exchange or the American Stock
Exchange, was either split or exchanged during the year 1962, the details of the basis of exchange can be found in the footnote on page 29 or 96
of this record, a Odd-lot sales, r Cash sales.
(Un) Admitted to unlisted privileges, x Ex-dividend, y Ex-stock dividend, z Ex-llquldating distribution.
the

trading and the




was

either

range for the new shares.

51

April, 1963

Boston Stock Exchange
Monthly and Yearly Record

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE
1963
1962
Stock Sales—

Stock Sales-—

March

(Shares)

401,652

.

Boston

Aggregate Sales

1963

484,942

Price Jan
1963

in
March

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

STOCKS

724

16.670

1,976
22,788
57,134

American Agric Chemical
*
American Motors
1.66%
American Tel & Tel
33 Ms

830

3,634

Anaconda Co

1,487

7,736
1,220

Boston Edison Co
10
Boston Personal Prop Tr__«

715

Boston & Providence RR-100

499

Calumet & Hecla
Cities Service Co

Stock Exchange

2,

Opening or
Par

Bid

Jan. 1 to March 31 (Shares)

Ask

March 1

Opening or
Bid

Ask

-PRICES IN MAKCHLowest
March 29

Closing
Bid

or
Ask

Sale
Prices

Sale

1,385,155

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale '
Prices
Prices

Highest

Prices

1962

1,394,578

.

LISTED ISSUES

3,373

173
70

-50

5

120
1,185

3,580

225

833

995

4,843

75

600
671

Common
6% 1st pld series A

196

218

6%
5%

10

Copper Range Co

5

23%
15%
117 y8
40%

23%
Sale
Sale

Sale

35% 36%
57% Sale

25%
20%
118 %
45

25%
Sale
Sale
Sale

31%
18%
121

44%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Mar 4
18% Mar 29
118% Mar 1
43% Mar 8

31% Mar 29
21% Mar 7
122% Mar 13
45
Mar 1

26

22% Jan 16

31% Mar 29

15% Jan
114% Jan

2
2

Feb

14

125% Feb

40% Jan

2

47% Feb

7
4

39% Mar 28
69
Mar 28

36% Jan

3

39% Feb 25

33

23

Sale
67

39*

Sale

65

67%

69%

37% Mar 6
64% Mar 11

40

40

42

40

45

42

Mar 20

44

Mar

11%
55%
16%

12
55%
Sale

11%
59%
18%

12%

11%
63 %
18%

12%
Sale
19

11% Mar 6
59 % Mar 1
18% Mar 25

12

Mar 25

11% Mar

6

Sale
19

64% Mar 18
Mar 27

55% Jan
16% Jan

3
2

13'
Jan 21
64% Mar 18
19% Jan 28

46%

47%

53%

Sale

55%

56

53% Mar

59% Mar 14

48'A Jan

7

59% Mar 14

1%

%
31%

%
31%

%
Sale

31% Mar 27

15
8

Sale
10

15

7%

1%
35
19
10

54%
46%

Sale
Sale

53% Mar
41% Mar

74%

38%

19

5

56% Jan
Jan

2
28;

69

Mar 28

44

Mar

5

Eastern Gas & Fuel Assoc—

Common

10

l

Massachusetts
Street Ry—

Eastern

520

1.065
6,605

5,304

16,987

904

2,435

2,111

6,025

45,511

%

35%

preferred B

16

40
22

pfd adjustment

100

10%

12

•

50%

2.50

45%

Sale
Sale

5
1

76%
30%

Sale

First National Stores

27,403

5,208
9,867

100

100
100

Ford Motor Co

~

General Electric Co
Company

Gillette

Island Creek Coal Co
Kennecott Copper

Sale

73%
33%

Sale
Sale

19%

20%

66%

67%

22%
70%

23%
Sale

73

Loew's Boston Theatre
1_25
Lone Star Cement Corp
10

14%

Sale

14%
19%

19%

20%

94

12

66

173

5,983

4,250
5,107

6,450
19,533

2,570

7,188

Maine Cent RR 5% pfd__100
Narragansett Rac'g Assn
1
New England Elec System
l
New England Tel & Tel„20

213

120
276

New York New Haven &
Hartford RR
•
Northern RR (N H)
100

1,091
1,302

2,387
4,083

56
72

56
132

769

1,924

232

2,386
16,440

Olin-Mathieson

Chemical

Pennsylvania RR
Quincy Mining Co
Reece

6

50
25

Folding Machine

2

18%

9

_

9%

88

24%

Sale

43%

Sale

46%

Sale

1%

1%
70%

1%

69

73

31%
13%

Sale
13%

33%

24

26

26

2%

3

15

2%

64

2,621
1,470
4,451

799

11,894
7,097
14,561
428

125

2,064
x

623
8,400

Ex-dividend,




Company

2.50

Association

•

Stop & Shop
Torrington Co (The)

1
•

Shawmut

Sale
Sale
26%
3

28

Sale
Sale

24% Mar 8

26% Mar 20

69% Mar

4

73% Mar 28

14% Mar 5
19% Mar 4

14% Mar 5
20% Mar 29

11% Mar 26

12
27

Sale

5

75

2

Jan 11
3
2

47% Mar 14

1% Mar 25
Mar 28

1% Mar 25
70% Mar 18

68

33% Mar 1
14% Mar 19

36% Mar 25
16% Mar 4

26% Mar 13
2% Mar 26

26% Mar 13
2% Mar 22

1
26% Mar 13
2% Mar 26

26

Sale

46% Mar

1%
68%

Sale

68

36%
14%

Sale

15%
3

26% Mar 20

6

26%

27

3

14% Mar 5
18% Jan

Mar 19

79% Jan 28
34% Mar 5

3

9% Jan
24% Jan
43% Jan

46%

1%

20% Jan
67% Jan

96
Mar 28
Mar 7

6

Jan 11

2

1% Jan 24
Feb

7

31% Jan

2

13% Feb

Feb

-

1

15% Jan 30
20% Mar 29
107
12
27
49

Feb

6
Mar 28
Mar 7

Feb 11

1% Mar 25
70% Mar 18
36% Jan 28
16% Feb 15
26% Mar 13
2% Mar 22

8

32% Mar 29

29% Mar

8

37% Jan

34%
19%

Sale
Sale
57%

39%

Sale
23%
64%

38%
25%

39
Sale

37% Feb
19% Jan
58% Jan

42

62%

39% Mar 4
25% Mar 29
64% Mar 4

4
2

62

38% Mar 12
22"% Mar 4
63% .Mar 25

3

66% Jan 31

Sale
Sale
Sale

24%
52%

Sale
Sale
Sale

24% Mar 12
50% Mar 22
74% Mar 1

25% Mar

21% Jan
47% Jan
49% Jan

2
3
2

27% Feb 18
55% Feb 25
88% Feb 20

10

74% Feb 28

57

23
64

73

74%

6%
32%

7
Sale

6%
32%

Ex-rights.

71% Mar

34% Mar

29% Mar

71

y

75% Mar 29

58% Feb 21
47% Jan
9

Sale

Vermont & Mass

.6.25

71% Mar 6
33% Mar 22

2

32%

25%

System Inc

Sale
Sale

50% Jan

31%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Waldorf

41"% Feb 28

30%

48%
49%

Westinghouse Electric.

56% Mar 22
46% Mar 28

Sale
Sale

2%

Mar 29

7% Feb 27

Jan 16
Jan 23
Jan
8
11% Feb
5

33%

22

100

15

Mar 14

1

37
20

33

United Fruit Co.
United Shoe Machinery
25
U S Smelt Ref'g & Mfg Co_50

Ry Co

16

105

11%
26%

11%

Sale

1%

25%

% Jan 25
31% Mar 27

7
1

14%

Rexall Drug & Chemical

1,627

337/a

•

3

70

Sale

50c

1,025

44

Sale

56%

42%

Mar 29

-Jl

32% Mar 11

_

53
76

7%
Sale

80%
72%

7

32%

53
84

1

Mar 1
Mar 21

72

7%
33%

6% Mar 27
32% Mar 20

6% Mar 19
34

Mar 14

Jan

6% Feb 21
31% Jan
3

7

Feb 15

25% Mar 29

7% Jan 30
37

Jan 28

52

Pittsburgh ^ Stock Exchan ge
Monthly and Yearly Record
RANGE OF PRICES ON THE PITTSBURGH STOCK

March

(Shares)

1962

62,333

Pittsburgh

March

Since
Jan. 1

1963

Shares

Jan. 1 to March 31 (Shares).

Price Jan. 2,

Stock Exchange

Aggregate Sales
In

_

Shares

Opening or

STOCKS

Par

Bid

Ask

1963

1962

178,596 -

200,619

Stock Sales—

1963

53,087

Stock Sales—

EXCHANGE

March 1
Opening or
Bid
Ask

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN MARCHLowest
Sale
Prices
Bid
Ask

Lowest
Sale
Prices

Highest

March 29
Closing or

Sale

Prices

Highest
Sale

Prices

LISTED ISSUES
574
7

1,672

472

1,838

Allegheny Ludlum Steel
Apollo Industries Inc
Armstrong Cork Co—

282

1,050

Blaw-Knox

409

2,216

33%
7%
66%

Columbia Gas System

172

3,110

401

1,557

2,967

1,770

7,576

50

50
i

500

8,460

275

402

65

170

7,732

19,660

163

504

1.626

5,739

515

2,461

501

1,116

546
63

1,730

971

2,987
10,912




sy4
Sale

7%
73

,_10

;

_

35%
8y2

Sale
9y2

29%

Sale

5%

33% Mar 11
7y4 Mar 15
66 y4 Jan
7

377s Jan 22
9% Jan
7
77 y8 Mar 28

30% Mar 28

27% Mar

30% Feb

28% Mar 27

27

Jan

8

Jan

2

9% Jan 21
33ys Feb 26

2
7

43
Feb
1
347« Jan 29
27
Jan 11

7y4 Mar 15
73
Mar 1

35% Mar 4
7y4 Mar 15
77% Mar 28

27 y8 Mar
27% Mar

33 Yb Mar 11

5%

8

Sale

9%

87s

Sale

Sale

32y2

Sale

317a

Sale

3iy8Mar25

32% Mar 1

38%

Sale

40 y2

Sale
Sale

Sale
2474

39% Mar 6
3274 Mar 29
23% Mar 19

38 y» Jan
317s Jan

25

33%
2374

42% Mar 2S
34% Mar 7

Sale

33%
2474

25

Mar

23% Mar 19

—

92 74

97

90%

95

91

91

Mar 18

65c

60c

70c

60c

70c

60c
35

~7% ~8%

~8

~9

~9

10

Mar 28
Mar 28
9% Mar 7

50c

50c

Sale

4% Mar

Equitable Gas Co
Harbison Walker Refrac
Home (Joseph) Co
Jeannette Glass 1%

8.50
7y2

•

pfd_100

Lone Star Gas Co

222

92 74

5%

57s

9

1
10
5

Corp.

60c

—

Pittsburgh Brewing com
$2.50 conv preferred

1
25

4%
35%

4%

Pittsburgh Forgings Co
Pittsburgh Plate Glass

1
10
5

51%

Sale

Rockwell-Standard Corp
5
Screw & Bolt Corp of Amer_l
Seeburg (The) Corp
1

4%

Mar 18

5
5

18%

Sale

Westlnghouse Air Brake
10
Westlnghouse El Corp
6.25

25%
32

United Engineering & Fdy
Vanadium Alloys Steel Co

r

9

Mar 4

4

60c Mar 28
36 Yb Mar 4
9% Mar 7

,

31

91

Jan

2

Mar 18

Feb
1
Mar 28
8% Feb 28

50c
35

91

Mar 18

65c

Jan 28

36y4 Jan 23
9% Jan
9

50c

Sale

Deferred delivery sale,

8% Mar 21

1

McKinney Mfg Co
Mountain Fuel Supply
Natco Corporation
Federal

24

57s

474

Sale

35

_

474

8

4% Mar

35

l

Mar~7

4% Jan

1

28% Mar 27

3iy8

Plymouth Oil Corp

a

Sale

Sale

35

5y4

Penn

•No par.

8 Va

Duquesne Brewing of Pgh..5
Duquesne Light Co.
5

10,443

1,123

3,632

Sale

—10
Continental Com'cial Corp_l

.

2,362
910

Co

1
5
1

9

5

Jan

18

Cash sale,

x

5774

Sale

36 y8

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

36 y4

Sale

19

Sale

__

__

28y8

Sale

327s

Sale

3274

Sale

Ex-dividend,

y

19% Mar 11
547b Mar 1

20 y4

15% Jan 10
5174 Jan
2

20% Mar

57% Mar 26

357b Mar
47b Mar

4
4

367s Mar 22
5Y4 Mar 13

34% Jan
4% Jan

2
2

37

19

4

317b Mar 19

56 y4

19% Mar 4
32% Mar 11

18 Va Jan
29% Jan

2
4

197b Jan 25
327b Mar 11

27% Mar 4
32% Mar 1

28% Mar 18
34% Mar 14

25y4 Jan
3174 Jan

2

28% Mar 18
37% Jan 28

Ex-rights.

Mar

3

7
57% Mar 26

\-

'-i-

'

;

i,.

Jan 22

5y4 Mar 13

53

April, 1963

General Quotations
OF BONDS AND STOCKS
We

publishing under this heading of General Quoations

are

Over-the-Counter

the month-end values for only the

stock and bond issues.

The values for the Listed issues (either the, last sale or the closing bid and asked
earlier part of this publication, under the particular exchange the issue is traded.

the different classifications of

The following is an index to

securities quoted:
Page

Page
Banks

and

Companies

Trust

Federal

Government

67

Industrial Bonds
Industrial and Miscellaneous Stocks

Stocks

65
80

Canadian
Public Utility

81

Bonds

89

Investing Companies Securities
Municipal Bonds—Domestic

80

Land Bank Bonds

Foreign

Insurance

90
57

Exchange Seats

quotation) can be found in the

58

RR

62

53

54

Equipment Trusts

Railroad Stocks
Securities Called for Redemption..
United States Government Securities—

82

Bonds

Page
Public Utility Stocks
Railroad Bonds

69

56
94

80

that the quotation is a flat price—that is, that the accrued interest
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" prefixed to bond prices denotes
forms part of the price, and therefore the purchaser
case

the fact.

Quotations for guaranteed stocks are "and dividend"; that is, the accrued dividend must be paid in addition to
It should be borne in mind in the use of these tables that the quotations for many inactive Over-the-Counter
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, "gtd" for guaranteed, "end" for
consolidated, "conv" for convertible, "sf for sinking fund, "lg" for land grant, "opt" for optional.

are

the price.
securities

endorsed, cons

for

The italic type

indicates the month when the

in the letters showing the interest period

MARCH 29, 1963
interest" except where marked "t" and income and

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES
NOTICE—All bond prices

Ask

Bid

Bonds—

are

4-6s May 1
1993
Utica Chenango &

81

J-J

84

mtge 4Vis ser A 1974:

84

99 Vi

1st mtge ext 2 %s

1971

.A-O

88

82

Atlanta Knoxville & Northern—
1st con 4s Mar 1 2002
Af-S
Atlantic Coast Line RR—

Irreg ctfs of indebtedness 5s_J-D

100

Atlantic & Danville Ry Co—
1st 3s July 1999

f21

=

1st

guaranteed 3s 1989—
Bay City & Battle Creek—
1st

3s

J-D
3-D

1989

Bedford Belt Ry—
1st 2%s-4%s Jan

1994

1

Green Bay & Western—
Debenture certificates A
Debenture
certificates B

70

5s "assented"

4Vis improvement

F-A

1978
o

-

.

-

103Vi
99 Vi
70

75

1st

'

mortgage 5 Vis 1982

Canadian Currency)
Jan 3

1966

opt '61

.

oq

on

8R3/t

g*/4 %L£
81i2

&FeTb VfSr—
5%s Jan 1 1985

79*
98

5s Oct 1 1987

90

F-A
F-A

Chicago Great Western Ry
3Vis coll trust 1969

89Vi
88 Vi

99

101

Mexican International
1st cons 4s Sep 1977

95
94

92

__

70

Cine Indianapolis & Western—
1st (stp mod) 3-5s 1965
M-N

90

100

68

74

3%

to Dec

1962

Cleveland Terminal & Valley—

guaranteed 1995-M-N
Connecting Ry (Philadelphia)—
1st mtge 3 Vis ser A 1976
Af-S
1st 4s gold

a

Called




for

redemption, see page. 94.

2002

Muskogee Company—
4%s coll tr s f 1970

73

70

Mohawk & Malone—
Consolidated gold 3%s

National RR of Mexico—
1st cons 4s Oct 1951
Plan B

b Basis,

6s

e Ex-interest,

f Flat price,

—

North Pennsylvania RR—
3%s mortgage 1972
_____J-D
Norwich & Worcester RR—
1st mtge 4%s ser B 1967
Af-S

74

59

—

& W)
■

1969

A-O

74
71

Pennsylvania Company—
5 Vis coll trust 1985—

J-D

102%

4%s 1969-A-O

4s 1964
Peoria & Pekin Union
1st mtge 3Vis ser A

84

no

78
74
—

J-J 14.00 less

Ry—

82

Portland (Me) Terminal—
1st mtge 6%s 1986
Providence & Worcester RR—
_

1st mtge 4%s ser A
Richmond Term 3 Vis

RR—

1967

1965

F-A
.A-O
M-S

Railway—
4s 1998
J-J
Spartanburg Union & Columbia—
Aiken

69

68

72

Branch

T-J

1st 4s 1995
-Sturgis Goshen & St
1st 3s Dec 1

96%

Louis Ry—
1989
J-D

Toledo Peoria & Western RR—
1st mtge 4s series B 1967
Toledo Terminal RR—
1st

72

mtge 4%s

1982

J-J

125%

__A-0

Union Terminal Co (Dallas)—
1st mtge 3s 1978
_.
United N J RR & Canal Co—
1st 4%s Sep 1 1979
—M-S
Gen mtge 2%s 1976
Af-S
Utica Chenango & Susq Ry Div—
See Del Lack & Western
Vera Cruz & Pacific
1st 4Vis 1934 Plan

f20%

Af-S

50

55

A-O

94

98

RR—
B

—

Vicksburg Shreveport & Pacific-—
Ref & imp 5s ser B 1973
M-N
Warren RR (see D L & W)
West Virginia & Pittsburgh—
1st gold sinking fund 4s 1990

99
62

,,

%

97

A-O

Wheeling & Lake Erie RR—
Gen & ref M 2%s ser B 1974 F-A

k Last sale, n Nominal, r Canadian dollar value.

"

62

87
70

97
95
83

91
70

f36%

95
75

38

99
81

38

148%

,,

100 %

„

J-D

90
n93

f36%

1915-

Southern

66

(formerly 4%s 1926)
Extended to Jan 1933
Plan B

78
81

1st sinking

RR—

(1922 ass'nt)
.

J-J

at

:A-0

Stamped Plan B
Sterling 4%s Sep '47 ('22 ass'nt)
Stamped Plan B
__

92
88

Af-S

J-J
-J-J

—

Maine Central RR—
5 Vis

80

91
96

f69

1965

X75

fund 3 Vis 1966
Af-S
Piedmont & Northern 3%s *66_J-D

inc debs 2008
Af-S
Maryland & Pennsylvania RR—

5s

J-tf

Collateral trust 5 Vis 1980
Collateral trust 5%s 1980

Phila & Reading Term

99

Terminal

New Orleans Great Northern—
Income debentures 5s 2032
New York Central RR—

84

J-J

Macon

'25

—

95

f41

87 Vi

f38

notes Jan 1914

80

General sinking fund 5s 1974_«f-J
Non-cum income deb 5s 2008_July

89%

38

J-J

90

98%
91

Chicago Memphis & Gulf—
Ext

_

—

86

—

F-A

101%

Louisiana & North West RR—

86
88%
86 Vi
88 Vi
87 Vi

'

-

Pennsylvania RR—
Secured serial bonds—

Lehigh & Lake Erie RR Co—
1st 4%s extended 1994
_Af-S
Lehigh Valley RR Co—
Cons 4%s Apr 1 1989—J-D

Chesapeake & Ohio—
Refunding and impvt mtge—
2.90s series G 25 1966

RR—

31%

Lakefront Dock & RR Terminal—
1st mtge s f 3%s ser B 1974_F-A

1st extended 2-4s 1981
1st cons ext 2-6s 1993

F-A

J-D

Dec 1913

42

136%

1977

Cons 1st extended
Cons extended 4s

f29%

f40

—-—

Plan B
3 mos 6% notes
Plan B

Net

Ask

14%

00iT

Canadian

1964
1965

Kans City St Louis & Chicago
1st 4%s May 31 2022
Kansas Oklahoma & Gulf—
1st mtge 3 % s 1980

J-D

Plan B

Sink fund 4s Oct

Oswego & Syracuse (see D L
Penn & N Y Canal & RR—

f71
fl3

100

91ia

2.80s series G-23
2.85s series G-24

40Vi

85

04
84.
ooV

83%
riia

Pacific Ry—
Conv coll tr 3 Vis 1970
A-O
Conv coll tr 3Vis 1966
A-O
Conv coll tr 4s 1969
J-D
Coll trust 3%s 1972
_M-N
Coll trust 5s Jan 1983
J-J
Charleston <fe West Carolina Ry—
Cons 5s 1964
J-J

98
115

96

Af-S

qt

go

1977

f38Vi

Kentucky & Indiana Term RR—
1st mtge 4Vis 1986
Af-S

00

3%s Feb 1 1964--72
5s May 15

__

f80

—J-J

1932

Jacksonville Terminal—
1st mtge 3%s ser A 1977

;

2%s Jan 2 1967 opt '64
5 Vis Dec 15 1964
4 Vis
April 1 1967
5s May 15 1968
2 Vis Sept 15 1969 out '64
2Vis Jan 16 1971 opt '66

93
110

Illinois Terminal RR Co—
1st mtge 4%s ser A 1987——J-D
Indiana Harbor Belt RR—

__

-.

—

Canadian National Railway Co—
Guaranteed bonds (payable in
3s

f87

Feb
—Feb

Guayaquil & Quito Ry—

63

Bid

Bonds—

3 yr 6% $
Plan B

70

f59

Belt Railway Co of Chicago—
1st mtge 4y»s ser A 1987
F-A
Boston & Albany 5s Oct 1963
A-O

.A-O

sinking fund 3%s 1965—J-D

1st

Battle Creek & Sturgis Ry—

40

84

Fort Dodge Des Moines & South—
1st inc 4s Dec 31 1991
An-May
Fort Street Union Depot Co—

25

40%

36

First RR & Banking Co of Georgia
Coll trust 5s 1988
F-A
5s conv debs 1977——_;
—M-S
Fonda Johnstown & Gloversville—
2nd conv income 4Vis 2011
Apr

83

30

37

mtge 3%s series A 1982—J-D

Elmira & Williamsport—
Income 5s 2862—

Albany & Susquehanna RR—

40

26

ref 3 Vis 2000-F-A
1 1992
Detroit & Toledo Shore Line—
Warren RR 1st
2nd 4-6s May

1st

Af-N

36

Susquehanna
Ry Div 1st 3-5s May 1 1992

71

mtge 4Vis ser B 1988
A-O
Akron Union
Passenger Depot—

defaulted bonds

National Rys of Mexico—(Cont)
Prior lien 4%s July 1957

Oswego & Syracuse—

Cons

Alabama & Vicksburg Ry—
1st mtge 5s series A 1974

Net

Western—

Delaware Lackawanna &

BONDS

Akron Canton & Youngstown—
Cons mtge 4s ser A 1988
A-O

1st

Ask

Bid

Bonds

Net

OVER-THE-COUNTER
RAILROAD

"and

bonds mature.

ARE AS OF

73%

84

54

RAILROAD

EQUIPMENT TRUST CERTIFICATES

RAILROAD EQUIPMENT TRUST
CERTIFICATES

Dec. 31, 1962
Bid Price

The prices quoted here are the dollar valua¬
tions for practically all the outstanding issues.
It being impossible to revise these figures each
month, the quotations shown are the Dec. 31,

1962, 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 since Dec. 31, 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. 31,19C2
Bid Price

Alabama Great Southern RR—
4%s series K—
June 15-Dec 15 1963-1967
Ann Arbor Railroad—
3%s series C April 1 1963-72

Atlantic Coast Line RR—
2%s series J March 1 1964
2%s (J 2nd) March 1 1964—
4%s series K Jan 1 1964-72
4%s series L July 15 1963-1975.
4 Vis series M Aug 15 1963-1975.
4Vis series N (1st part)
Jan 1 1964-1977
4%s series N (2nd & final)
Jan

1

1964-1977

4Vis series O Aug 15 1963-1977.
4s series P Jan

15 1964-1978

4s series Q Mar 1

1964-1978

Baltimore & •onio RR—
2 '/aa series AA July 1 1963-64
2'/as series BB Jan 1 1964-65—
3s series CC Sept 1 1963-66
3s series DD March 1 1964-67
3Vis series EE June 1 1963-67
Series FF—
3 Vis (1st & 2nd) Dec 1 *63-67
3Vis (3rd inst) Dec 1 1963-67

94%

99% to
98 Vi

■

98%
100% to

4 Vis series HH Jan 1 1964-72
4s series II (1st install)

Feb

98%

lOOVi to" 100
100
to 97 Vi
100% to 97 Vi
100% to 97 Vi

99% to
98% to

97%

99 Vi to
98% to
99 Vi to

96
95
95 Vi

96%

99 Va to
99 Vi to

94%
95 %

99% to
99% to

91%
94%

to

98 Vi

96%

100

100% to 100

4Vis (1st install)
Dec

1

1963-1972

100% to

98%

99% to

94 %

Bangor & Aroostook RR—
2Vis series N Dec 1 1963
3 Vis of 1952 Apr 1-Oct 1 '63-'67
2%s of 1954 June .1 1963-1969—
2%s series P of 1954—
Nov 1 1963-1969
Boston & Maine RR—
4Vis series I (1st and 2nd)
March 1 1964-1971
6s series I (3rd install)
March 1 1964-1971

Central of Georgia—
3Vis series W May 1 1963-67
3%s series X Nov 1 1963-67
3%s series Y Sep 1 1963-68
2%s series Z Aug 1 1963-69
3Vis series A Mar 1 1964-70
3 Vis ser B Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-71.
4%s ser C May 1-Nov 1 1963-71
5s series D Jun 1-Dec 1 1963-72

Central RRjof New Jersey—
2%s series A Oct 15 1963—
2%s of 1950 Apr 1 1963-65—
3%s of 1952 Oct 1 1963-67
3%s of 1953 Mar 1 1964-68
3Vis of 1954 Apr 1 1963-69
Central RR of Pennsylvania—
2%s of 1948 Apr 15 1963
;
2%s of 1950 Apr 1 1963-65_-_
3s of 1951 Aug 1 1963-66

98%

99% to
97% to

95%
91 Vi

99% to

90

93% to

67%

95 Vi to

76

99% to
99% to

95%
95%
96 Va
91 %

99% to
99 % to

98%
99%
100%
100%

to 92
to 91%
to 101
to 104

98%
95%
93%

99% to
99% to
99
to

93%
89Vi

99% to
99%
99% to
99% to

95%
94

1-Aug 1 1963-64
2s (4th 1949)
May 1-Nov 1 1963-64
2%s of 1950
■

99Vi to

97%

98% to

97%

1-July 1 1963-65
2%s (2nd 1950)
Apr 1-Oct 1 1963-65
2%s (3rd 1950)
Mar 1-Sep 1 1963-652Vis (4th 1950)
,,
May 15-Nov 15 1963-65
2Vis of 1951
Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-66

99% to

96%

Jan

99% to

96

99% to

96%

99% to

96%

99% to

95%

99% to

96%

99% to

97%

99% to

96 Vi

99% to

97%

99% to

95%

Apr 15-Oct 15 1963-67
(3rd 1952)

99% to

95%

Jun

99% to

95%

3%s
Mar

1-Sep 1 1963-67—

3Vis (5th of 1952)
Apr 15-Oct 15 1963-67
»

99% to
99% to

Called for redemption, see page 94.




98

99% to
100% to
100 % to
100
to

2%s
2%s
2%s
3%S
3%s

92%
91%
94%
97%
99%
97%

100% to 100 %
100% to 102%

100% to 103 Vi
100% to 100%

99%

—

2%s series G
Jan 1-July 1 1963-64
2%s series H
Jun 1-Dec 1 1963-65
3Vis series I
Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-67—
3%s series J
Mar 1-Sep 1 1963-68
4%s series K
Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-72
5s series L July 22 1963-72

99% to

95%

97% to

92%

99% to

92%

99% to
100%, to

99% to

1963-64

99% to

97%

1963-64

99 Vi to

97%

1963-64—

99

to

97%

1963-65

98% to

95Va

1963-65

99% to

96%

99% to

96

99% to

94%

99% to

95%

99% to

93%

99% to

91 Va

99% to

92

99% to

93%

99Va to

97%

3Vis series RR
Jan 1-July 1 1963-69
2%s series SS
Jan 1-July 1 1963-69

97%

98% to

93%
98%

2%s series TT
May 1-Nov 1 1963-69
3%s series UU
Jan 1-July 1 1963-71
4s series VV (1st inst)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-72
4%s series W

Chicago & North Western Ry—
2%s (1st 1948) Aug 1 19632%s (2nd 1948) Nov 1 1963
2%s (1st 1949) Jun 1 1963-64—
2%s (2nd 1949) Aug 1 1963-64_
2%s of 1950 Apr 1 1963-65

88%
98%
99
to
98% to
99%
97%
99%
99 %

2%s of 1951 Mar 15 1964-66
3s (1st 1952) May 1 1963-67
3%s (2nd 1952) July 1 1963-67_

88%
88%
89%
90%
91%
95%
99%
100%

of

Jan

Jan

95%

1963-66

99% to

95 Va

99% to

95%

99% to

95%

99% to

94%

1963-64

99% to

98%

1-July 1 1963-65

99% to

97%

1963-67

99% to

95Va

3%s series Q
May 1-Nov 1 1963-68

99% to

95%
98%

3/.C

■

96%
97-

b Basis,

cpripo

esornpe

Feb

100

to

100

to 100%

olAq

1963-68

99% to

96

1963-68

99% to

94%

1963-69

99% to

91%

1963-69

99 Vi to

91%

99% to

92 Vi

99% to

93%

99% to

92%

to

97%

99% to

eppipe

96%

1-Dec 1 1963-76__
(No 3 of 1961)

n

93%

99% to

92%

100

to 101%

100

to 103 Vi

100% to 106%
101

to 103%

100

to 100%

100 Va to

99

T

99% to

92%

99% to

97%

100% to 105%

15 1963-74
4%s series W
May 15-Nov 15 1963-75

100% to 101

Chicago St Paul M & O Ry—
98%

2%s of 1948 Dec 1 1963
3 %S of 1951 July 1 1963-66
3%s of 1952 Jun 1 1963-67
4%S Of 1953 July 1 1963-68..

99 % to
99% to
100
to

Feb
•

•

1-Aug 1 1963-67
"

.1

99%

99% to

99 Va

to
to
to
to
to

97%
97%
95%
92 %

99% to

87%

99% to

90

99% to

—

99% to

99
99%
99%
98 %
98%

Cin New Oris & Texas Pac Ry—
3%s series L (1st inst)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-67
3%s series L (2nd inst)

94%
93 %
97%

90%

.

Delaware Lack & Western RR—

2%s series H..
Mar 15-Sep 15 1963-64
2%s series I Apr 1 1963-64
2%s series J Apr 1 1963-65
3s series K Mar 1

1964-67
3%s series L Jan 15 1964-68
2%s series M
Feb

15-Aug 15

1963-69

3%s series N (1st inst)
May 15-Nov 15 1963-71
3%s series N (2nd inst)
May 15-Nov 15 1963-71

91

Denver & Rio Grande West RR—
2%s series M

May

1-Nov

1

1963..

99 %

2%s series N

May 1-Nov 1 1963-76—
4%s (No 1 of 1962)
.Mar 1-Sep 1 1963-77
4s (No 2 of 1962)
Jun 1-Dec 1 1963-77
4s (No 1 of 1963)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-78—

k Last sale,

993^ to

1

5s series V
Jun 15-Dec

.

993^ to ^3%

1-Dec

Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-73
4 Vas series U
Feb 15-Aug 15 1963-74

96%

Jun

1

1963-72

Jun

99Vi to

—

1

D

4%s series S
Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-72

1963-65

1-Sep 1 1963-72-3%s—(No 1 of 1958)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-73
3%s (No 2 of 1958)
Apr 1-Oct 1 1963-73
3%s (No 3 of 1958 >
Jan 1-July 1 1963-73—
4%s (No 1 of 1959)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-74
4%s (No 2 of 1959)
Jan 1-July 1 1963-74
5s (No 3 of 1959)
Mar 1-Sep 1 1963-74—.
4%s (No 1 of 1960)
Jan 1-July 1 1963-75
4%s (No 1 of 1961)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-76—
4Vis (No 2 of 1961)

\T

4%s series R

•

Mar

STT

1-Aug

CPPlPQ

Jan

100% to 100

100

T

3s series P
Jun 1-Dec

100% to 100%
100% to 99%
100
to 98%

!

1-Dec

copioc

03/,q

98%

May 1-Nov 1 1963-71

f Flat price,

c

1 1963-67
2%s series M
Apr 1-Oct 1 1963-67

to 104%

99% to

5-July 5 1963-70—-.
3%s (2nd 1955)
Mar 1-Sep 1 1963-70—
3%s (No 1 of 1956)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-71
3%s (No 2 of 1956)

96%

99%

1963

1

May 1-Nov 1 1963-66.

99%

Jan

1-July

3s series L
Jan 1-July

2Vis of 1950

1

99% to

Apr 1-Oct 1

1Q4Q

1-Dec
2"Vis of 1955

100% to 103%

98% to

0

1948

Mar 1-Sep 1
3%s of 1953
May 1-Nov 1
2%s (2nd 1953)
May 1-Nov 1
2%s of 1954
Jan 1-July 1
2%s (2nd 1954)

to 101

1963-65

3/,

100% to 102%

1-July 1 1963-64

100

97%

1

Jun
Q

0 3/.C

Apr 1-Oct 1 1963
ol/.o

99% to

2%s series G

100% to 100%

Chicago Burlington & Quincy RR—

to 100 Vi

Chicago Rock Island & Pacific RR
2 Vis series A

100% to
101 % to 102%
100% to 106%

101

100

100% to 104%

4%s ser YY (2nd & final insu)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-75
4s series ZZ
Mar 1-Sep 1 1963-76

92%
92%
93%
93%

99% to
99% to
99% to
100% to

4%s series YY (1st part)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-75

95
93%
92%

99% to
99% to

5Vis (2nd of 1958 3rd part)
Oct 15 1963-73
5%s Of 1959 Jan 15 1964-74
5s of 1962 Apr 1 1963-77
4%s of 1963 Apr 15 1964-1978-

of

97%
96%

98% to

Oct 15 1963-73
5Vis (2nd of 1958 2nd part)
Oct 15 1963-73

2Vis

to

to
to

to
99% to

98

(2nd and final

instal) Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-72—
4%s series WW
Jan 1-July 1 1963-73
4%s series XX
Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-74

__

to
99% to
99% to
99% to

3%s (1st 1953) Apr 1 1963-68_
3%s (2nd 1953) Jun 15 1963-68
3%s (3rd 1953) Aug 15 1963-682%s of 1954 Mar 1 1964-69
2%s (2nd 1954) May 1 1963-693%s of 1955 July 15 1963-70
3%s (1st 1955) Nov 1 1963-70—
3%s (2nd of '55) Nov 1 1963-70
4%s of 1956 Jun 15 1963-71
5s (2nd of '56) Nbv 1 1963-71—
5 Vis (3rd of '56) Nov 15 1963-71
5%s of 1957 Mar 15 1964-72
6s (2nd of '57) July 15 1963-725%s (1958 1st & 2nd part)
Jan 1 1964-73
5%s (2nd of 1958 1st part)

99%
97%
93%
92%
93%

2%s series HH
Apr 1-Oct 1
2 Vis series JJ
Mar 1-Sep 1
2Vis series KK
Apr 1-Oct 1
2Vis series LL
Jun 1-Dec 1
2%s series MM
May 1-Nov 1
2%s series OO

o.

1-July 1 1963

(1st 1948) Apr 15 1963
(1st 1949) Mar 1 1964
of 1951 Mar 1 1964-66
of 1952 Aug 15 1963-67
(1st 1953) Oct 15 1963-68.

Chicago Milw St Paul & Pac RR—

Chicago & Eastern Illinois Ry—
2%s series F

98 %

Chicago Indianapolis & Louisv RR

to 100%

100

99% to

Apr 1-Oct 1 1963-66
2%s series PP
Mar 1-Sep 1 1963-67
3Vis series QQ
Mar 1-Sep 1 1963-67

to

99

of 1957
1st install Jun 1 1963-72
4%s Of 1957
2nd & 3rd Jun 1 1963-72
4%s of 1959 (1st part)
1st install Jun 1 1963-74
4%s of 1959 (2nd and final)
Jun 1 1963-74.
4 Vis of 1960 Nov 1 1963-75

4Vis

2Vis

1-Dec 1 1963-67
(4th of 1952)

99% to
99% to

3%s (No 1 of 1957)

2%s (2nd

1951)
May 15-Nov 15 1963-66
3s (3rd 1951)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-66
2Vis (4th 1951)
Apr 1-Oct 1 1963-66
3Vis (5th 1951)
Jun 15-Dec 15 1964-66——
2Vis of 1952
Mar 1-Sep 1 1963-67
2%s (2nd 1952)

96

2%s (2nd 1949)
Jan 15-July 15 1963-64

95

99% to

3rd of 1956 Oct 23 1963-71
3rd of 1956 Oct 23 1963-71
of 1957 Feb 25 1964-72

3%s
4%s
3%s
4Vis

Jun

Chesapeake & Ohio Ry—
2Vis (3rd 1949)
3
Feb

99% to

3s of 1956
1st install Feb 20 1964-71
3%s 2nd of 1956 Jun 4 1963-71

Jan

install)

Dec 1 1963-1972
3Vis (2nd and final)

1 1963-68
3%s (2nd 1953)
Apr 1-Oct 1 1963-68
3%s (3rd 1953)
Jan 1-July 1 1963-68
3s of 1955 Aug 1 1963-70

99%

100 Vi to 102 Vi
lOOVi to 98%

100 % to

Chicago Great Western Ry—

3s of 1953
Feb 1-Aug

—

99% to

Series GO—
1st & 2nd 3 Vis Jan 1 1964-71.
3rd & 4th 3%s Jan 1 1964-71-

1 1964-72
4Vis series II (2nd
Feb 1 1964-72
Series JJ—

100% to 101%

Chesapeake & Ohio Ry (Cont'd)—

Dec. 31, 1962
Bid Price

100% to

99

Apr

1-Oct 1

1963-64

99% to

1963-64

99

to

97%

99

to

97%

98

2%s series O
100% to 101%

100% to

97%

100% to

98"%

Nominal.

1

Jun

1-Dec

1

2%s series P
June 1-Dec 1 1963-65
3s series Q
Jun 1-Dec 1 1963-66

Canadian dollar value.

'

99% to

97

April, 1963

RAILROAD

EQUIPMENT TRUST CERTIFICATES

Dec. 81,1962
Bid Price
Den & Rio Grande West (Con't) —
2%s series R
Jun 1-Dec 1 1963-67
3%s series S
May l-Nov 1 1963-68
3 Vis series S (2nd installment)
May l-Nov 1 1963-68

2%s series T
Jun 1-Dec 1
3%s series U
Jan 1-July 1
3%s series V

1963-70

;

Apr 1-Oct 1 1963-77
series BB
Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-78

100% to

99

98%

99% to

95%

99%
98% to
99 Vi to

86%
89 Vi

99% to
99% to

1-Dec

99% to
99% to

1963-69

99% to

94%
96%

to

98%

of 1960
Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-75
4%s (2nd of 1960)
Mar 1-Sep 1 1963-75
4s of 1961
Mar 1-Sep l 1963-76—___
4s of 1962

1963-1978

99%

3s series GG
May l-Nov 1
2Vis series HH
Feb 1-Aug 1
2Vis series 35
May l-Nov 1
3s series 36
Feb 1-Aug 1

Jan

100

to

97%

to

97%

100% to 100%

-

1963-67
1963-67

2Vis

99% to

99% to

3 yeS

to

97%

100% to

97%

94%

99% to

94%

1963-69

99% to

91

Apr 1-Oct 1 1963-69
2Vis series 40
Jan 1-July 1 1963-70
3 Vis series 41
Jan 1-July 1 1963-71

99% to

90%

4 Vis series 46
Jun 1-Dec 1
4s

series

1

Called for




99% to
100 V8 to

90%

1963-74

redemption,

100
see page 94.

to

91%
98%
99%

99%
97%

b Basis,

97%

96%
95 %

99% to

98%

99 % to

92%

99% to

90%

99% to

91%

99% to

94 Ya

99% to

94%

99% to

96%

99% to

95

99% to

99

94Vi

99% to

94y8

99y8 to

93%

99l/i to
99Vi to

89%

99Vi to

98Ya

99

4y4s series P May 1 1963-76
4s series Q May 1 1963-77
y«

4s series R Jan 1 1964-78.—

f Flat price,

k Last sale,

n

1963-70—

97%

1-Dec

1

1963-71

—

15-Sep 15 1963-72

100 % to 101 %
100
to .99%
100
to 99%

97y2
96Ya.
96y»

to

99% to
99l/4 to

98% to
99y2 to
99
to
99y2 to
99y2 to

2y4s (2nd 1949) Dec 1
3%s (1st 1953) May 1
3%s series A (1st 1954)
3s

95%
97y2

94%

93%
95%

99% to

96y8

100
100%
100Va
100%
99%

to

97Ya
93%

to

99% to
100% to
r

57%

to

56

59 %

to

62 %

99% to

95%

99% to

94%

100% to

99%

98

Ry—

Apr 1-Oct 1 1963-73

98%

100% to 100y4
100
to 98%

to

96% to

:

100 % to 100%

.

3Vis ser D (2nd & final instal)
Apr 1-Oct 1 1963-73.—
4s series E (1st instal)
Apr 1-Oct 1 1963-73——
3%s series E (2nd instal)
Apr 1-Oct 1 1963-73
3%s series F (1st instal)
May l-Nov 1 1963-73
4s series F (2nd instal)
May l-Nov 1 1963-73
4Vis series G (1st instal)
■' •
Apr 1-Oct 1 1963-74

98%

100

60%

95

:

4% s series C (1st part): v
May l-Nov 1 1963-72
3%s series C (2nd part)
May l-Nov 1 1963-72
3Vis series C (3rd & final 1958)
May l-Nov 1 1963-72—
3Vis series D (1st instal)

to 10iy4
to 101%

100y4

100%

to

95

Jun 1-Dec 1 1963-72
4 Vis series B (3rd part)
Jun 1-Dec 1 1963-72

to 101%
to 94y4
to 99%
to 103%
to 106%
to 105%

100%
100%

95

Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-72
3%s series A (3rd instal)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-72
4Vis series B (3rd part)

91%
91 %
92%
93%
94

99% to

63%

3%s series A (1st & 2nd instal)

95%

99% to

65

\

1

Oct 1 1963-69
(1955 No 1)
Jan 1 1964-70

Norfolk & Western

92%

1)

4Vis (1956 No 1)
July 1 1963-71
5Vis (1956 No 2)
May 1 1963-71.

95%
95%

to
to
to
to
to

1963-64
1963-68

94%
94%
93% to
95% to

95% to
No

(1954 No 2)

3s

96

to
to
to

Jan 1 1964-69
series B (1954
Jan 1 1964-69

3s

92%

99% to

Nominal,

15

N Y New Haven & Hartford RR—
2%s (2nd 1948) Aug 1 1963
2%s (1st 1949) Feb 15 1964—

1952

series
series
series
series

15-Dec
1956

3%s of 1958
Feb 15-Aug 15 1963-73
4y8s of 1959
Jan 15-July 15 1963-74
4Vis Of '60 May l-Nov 1 1963-75
4 Vis of '62 Feb 15-Aug 15 '63-77
4yas (2d '62) Mar 1-Sep 1 '63-72

96%

99 y8 to

H Jun 1 1963-72—
I Sep 1 1963-72—
J Jan 15 1964-73
K Sep 1 1963-73—
4%s series L Aug 1 1963-74
5y8s series M Oct 15 1963-74
5s ser N (1st part) Jun 1 63-75
4y4s series N (2nd part)
Jun 1 1963-75
4%s series O Feb 1 1964-76

99% to 100%
100% to

to

99y8
99%
99 Va
98%
98%
98%
99Vi
99%

4%s
4%s
3%s
4Vis

93%

47

""Apr 1-Oct
a

1963-73

99% to

97%

Aug 15 1963-71
4y8s series F (final instal)
Aug 15 1963-71
4%s series G Jan 15 1964-72

95%

1963-68

99% to

99% to
99% to
99% to

1963-65—

—

3 Vis series UTJ Mar 2 1964-68—
3%s series VV Jun 15 1963-68—
3y8s series WW Jan 15 1964-69.
2%s series XX Mar 15 1964-69.
2%s series YY Jan 1 1964-70—
3s series ZZ Feb 1 1964-70.,
3V4s series A Jun 15 1963-70
3%s series B Sep 1 1963-70
3%s series C Jan 1 1964-71
3%s series D Apr 15 1963-71—
3%s series E Jun 1 1963-71
3%s series F (1st instal)

97

95

series 42
Mar 1-Sep 1 1963-71
4s series 43
Jan 1-July 1 1963-72
4 Vis series 44
May l-Nov 1 1963-72
4Vis series 45
Jan 1-July 1 1963-73

97%

Jun

.

98% to

3y8s series RR Mar 1 1964-67..
3s series SS May 1 1963-67

96%

99 Vi to

3s

99% to

15-Dec 15
1951
~

3%s (2nd of 1956)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-71
3Vis of 1957

1949)

2%s series PP Feb 1 1964-66—
3%s series QQ Dec 15 1963-66.

99% to

96%

Jun

91 Vi

99

Missouri Pacific RR—
2%s series LL Apr 15 1963-64..
2%s series MM Aug 15 1963-64.
2%s series NN Apr 1 1963-65—
2%s series OO Jun 1 1963-65—

99

100% to 100%
100% to 96%

3%s of

94%
91%

99% to

Jan 15-July 15 1963-67
3%S of 1956 Sep 1 1963-71

lOOVi to 101%
99

(3rd

94%

May l-Nov 1 1963-69
2%s of 1955

.

99 Vi

Jan 1-July 1 1963-66
2%s (2nd 1951)
Mar 15-Sep 15 1963-66—

99% to 100%

99 Vi to

,

lOOVi to 103

15-Dec 15 1963-64
2y8s of 1950
;
Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-65
2%s of 1951

95%

99% to

•

r

90%
97 %

99 Vi to

of

_

...

95%

^

91%
93 Vi

Jan 1-July 1 1963-67
2%s of 1953 Oct 1 1963-67
3%s (2nd 1953) Dec 15 1963-67
3%s (3rd 1953) July 15 1963-68
2%s of 1954 Sep 1 1963-68™
2%s (2nd of 1954)

99

lOOVi to 100Ya
—

to
to
99% to
100 Va to
99% to
100% to
99

97 %

1963-64—

Jan 15-July 15 1963-66
3y8s of 1952

f1

Jun

98

1963-68

3s

series 37
Mar 1-Sep 1
2 Vis series 38
Mar 1-Sep 1
2 Vis series 39

cppipc

Missouri-Kansas-Texas RR—
2%s of 1948
Mar 1-Sep 1 1963
2%s of 1949
Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-64
2%S (2nd 1949)
Apr 1-Oct 1 1963-64

_

99 Vi to

to

99% to

May l-Nov 1 1963-71
4%s series D
,?
Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-72

94%
92 %
92%

to

Jun

to
to
to

90Vi to

1963-69.

to
to
to

98%
99%
99 %
98%

99

3s

99

99y8 to

3y8s series TT July 1 1963-67—
1963-66

to

99% to

:

95
94 Vi
94 Vi

97%
96%
95%

Chicago & St Louis RR—

Mar

1-July 1 1963-67.

2Vis series B
Feb 1-Aug 1

100% to 106

99% to

•

97%

to
98% to
98 % to
99% to
98% to
98 % to
99% to

97 %

Apr 15-Oct 15
2%s of 1950

95%
99
97%
100y8 to 97%
100% to 97%

"

97%

99

2s of 1949

100% to 102Vi
lOOVi to 97Vi

1964-76—

(2nd 1952) May 15 1963-67
(3rd 1952) Aug 15 1963-67

98%
97%
99 % to

to

3Vis series A

4.1/.C

100

1

96%
96
95%

95% to
99 % to

100

N Y

Ste Marie RR—

100% to 107Vi

99% to

Jan

99% to

98%

91%
97%

Minneapolis St Paul & Saulte

100% to 102%

98%

Z

to

96

92Vi
94Vi

99% to 95
99% to 94
99% to 92%
lOOVi to 99
lOOVi to 102%
100
to 102Vi

series A
May 10 1963-72
4'As series B Aug 26 1963-73—

Illinois Central RR—
2Vis series FF
Apr 1-Oct 1 1963-66

99

96Vi
95Vi

100% to

100%
100 %
99%
100
100

1951 Jan 1 1964-66
(2nd 1951) Dec 1 1963-66—
of 1952 Feb 1 1964-67
of

3y8s of 1953 Jan 1 1964-68—
3%s (2nd 1953) Mar 15 1964-68
3%s of 1955 Sep 15 1963-70
4%s of 1957 Jan 1 1964-72
4%s (2nd 1957) Apr 1 1963-72.
5s (3rd 1957) Sep 16 1963-72..
5y4s of 1960 Jun 1 1963-75
4Vis of 1961 Feb 15 1964-76
4%s (2nd 1961) Jun 1 1963-76.

4 Vis

94

100

Gulf Mobile & Ohio RR—
2 Vis series E Feb 15 1964
3s series F
Apr 1-Oct 1 1963-65
3Vis series G
Mar 1-Sep 1 1963-68.
4Vis series H
Jan
1-July 1 1963-72
4%s series I
Mar 1-Sep 1 1963-76
4 Vis series J
Jan 15-July 15 1963-77
4s series K
Apr 1-Oct 1 1963-77
4s series L

series

to

to
to
to
99% to

•

(2nd 1949) Mar 15 1964..
(3rd 1949) May 15 1963-64
(4th 1949) July 15 1963-64
(5th 1949) Oct 1 1963-64
of 1950 Jan 1 1964-65
(2nd 1950) Jun 15 1963-65
(3rd 1950) NOV 15 1963-65

-

99Vi
99%
99%
99%

Minneapolis & St Louis Ry—

100%

100

4Vis (3rd of 1958)
Jun 1-Dec 1 1963-73
4 Vis of 1959
May l-Nov 1 1963-74

April 1-Oct 1

100
to
99 Vi to

100% to

4s (2nd of 1958)
Mar 1-Sep 1 1963-73

97%
96 Vi

to

99 Vi
99 %

3Vis series AA Mar 15 1964-76.
4l/ss series BB Jun 15 1963-76.
4s series CC July 1 1963-77
4s series DD Sep 1 1963-77
4s series EE Mar 15 1968-1978.

91%

99% to
99% to

4%s

92%

Apr 1-Oct 1 1963-71
3Vis of 1957 Mar 1-Sep 1 '63-72
4Vis (2nd of 1957)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-72
3 Vis of '58 Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-73

2%s
2%s
2%s
2%s
2%s
2%s
2%s
2%s
3%s
3%s
3%s
3y4s

98 Vi

99
to
99 Vi to

...

1 1963-65—__

series V Apr 1 1963-75—
4Vis series W May 15 1963-75—
4s series X Sep 1 1963-75
4%s series Y Nov 15 1963-75—

94%

99% to

1964-1978

99 Vi to

4%s

97

99% to

3%s of 1956

New York Central RR—
2%s of 1949 Jan 1 1964

97%
96Vi
95%
92 Vi

1964-68
1963-69—

3lis series R Mar 1 1964-73—
3%s series S Apr 15 1963-73—
4Vis series T Jan 15 1964-74—
4Vis series U Jun 15 1963-74—

96%

1963-68
1-Aug 1 1963-69

May 1 1963-77
4Vis of 1963

99Vi to
99% to
99 Vi to

99

1963-66—
2Vis series L July 15 1963-67—
3 Vis series M Aug 15 1963-68—
2Vis ser M (2nd) Aug 15 1963-68

96%

5s

1963-64
1963-65

3Vis series P Nov 15 1963-71—
3%s series Q Jan 15 1964-73—

99% to

1

CC Aug 15
DD Apr 1
EE Feb 20
FF May 1

2%s series K Sep 15

96%

1963-65

2%s (2nd 1954)

97Vi
96%

Louisville & Nashville RR—

93

1

1963-66

97%

98% to
99Vi to

Long Island RR—
'
2%s series K May 1 1963_
2%s series K 2nd May 1 1963—

97%

3s (2nd 1951)

99

89

98 % to

1951

Nashville Chatt & St Louis Ry—
2%s series E Feb 1 1964
2%s series F May 1 1963-65
2%s series G Feb 1.1964-66
2%s series H Dec 15 1963-67—

97%

to

100

Kansas City Southern Ry
2Vis series I
Feb 1-Aug 1 1963-64
2Vis series J

99%

Apr 1-Oct 1 1963-66

to

100% to

„

1963-64

Jun 1-Dec 1
2Vis of 1953
Jan 1-July 1
2%s of '54 Feb

100

1-Sep 1 1963-76—

series
series
series
series

93%

100 Vi to 101 Vi

International Great Northern RR

2%s
2%s
3Vis
2Vis

to

100

.

May l-Nov 1 1963-64

1

1-Aug

~

3s series N Dec 15 1963-68
3s series O Mar 15 1964-71

2 Vis of 1950

Bid Price

100Vitol02Vi

1-Sep 1 1963-75

2 Vis series K Sep

100% to

2s of

1

to

100% to

_

Great Northern Ry Co—
2%s of 1948
Mar 1-Sep 1 1963—

Mar

92%
97%

'

Monon Railroad—
4Vis (1st 1956) Nov 15 1963-71^

Indiana Harbor Belt RR—
2%s 2nd 1949 Sept 15 1963-64—
2Vis of 1950 Feb 15 1964-65

100% to 101%

4%s (2nd 1957)
July 15 1963-72

Jun

99% to

Dec. 31, 1962

-

s

93%
96%

-

,

(Cont)—

4Vis series 1951 Dec 1 1963-75.
4s series 52

91%

to

Mar

100% to 103%

Mar 15-Sep 15 1963
3s of 1954 Jan 15 1964-69
3s of 1955 July 15 1963-70
3%s of 1956 Jun 15 1963-71
4Vis 1957 Jan 1 1964-72

of

97%

100

Erie RR—
2%s of 1950
Jan 15-July 15 1963-65—
2%s (3rd 1952)

2%s

99% to

100

4 Vis series AA

Feb

95%

99% to

.

...

-

99% to

RR

4Vis series 48
Mar 1-Sep 1 1963-74
4%s series 1949
May l-Nov 1 1963-75
4s series 50

94%

99% to

3%s series W
Mar 1-Sep 1 1963-73
4s ser X Mar 1-Sep 1 1963-74
4%s series Y
Jun 1-Dec 1 1963-75
4 Vis series Z
July 1 1963-76

1949
Jun 1-Dec

99% to

Central

Mar

1963-71

May l-Nov 1 1963-72

4s

Dec. 31,1962
Bid Price
Illinois

55

.

4%s series G (2nd instal)
Apr 1-Oct 1 1963-74

96%
4Vis series H Aug 1 1963-76—:97% V 3 %s series I Jan 1 1964-78—

Canadian dollar value.

100 % to 101%

to

97%

99% to

93%

99% to

91%

100

100

to

97

100

to

98

100

to

97

100

to

96%

100

to

98

100% to

99

100% to 102%
100 % to
100% to

99
96%

RAILROAD EQUIPMENT TRUST CERTIFICATES

56

Dec. 81.1962
Bid Price
Northern Pacific Ry—
2%s of 1949 Mar 15 1964
2%S (2nd 1949) Jun 15 1963-64
2'/as (3rd 1949) Nov 1 1963-64
2%s of 1951 Mar 30 1964-66..
3s (2nd 1951) Nov 30 1963-66..
2%s of 1952 Dec 16 1963-67
2%s of 1954 May 14 1963-69
2%s (2nd 1954) Aug 10 1963-69
2%s of 1955 Jan 18 1964-70
3s (2nd 1955) Jun 16 1963-70—
3s (3rd 1955) July 14 1963-70..
3>/«s (4th 1955) Dec 20 1963-70
3V,a of 1956 Feb 16 1964-71
3 %s (2nd 1956) July 12 1963-71
4%s of 1957 Jan 17 1964-72
4%s (2nd 1957) Jun 12 1963-72
37/aS of 1958 Jan 9 1964-73
3%s (2nd 1958) May 8 1963-73_
4%s of 1959 Mar 12 1964-74
4%s (2nd 1959) July 30 1963-74
4%s of 1960 Jan 7 1964-75
4Vis (2nd 1960) Apr 28 1963-75
3%s (3rd 1960) Sep 15 1963-75
4 Vis of 1961 Aug 23 1963-76...
37/8s of 1962 Jun 15 1963-77—
37/aS of 1963 Jan 10 1964-78
—

St Louis-8an
98 >/4
99 Vt to
98% to
98% to
99% to
99>/« to
99% to
99% to
98% to
99% to

99% to
99% to

99% to

98
97 %

.

92%
92%

3%s series L Jun 1 1963-68
3s series M Jan 1 1964-69

to 105%
to 100 %
to 96%
100
100% to 100 %
99% to 96 %
100% to 98%

101

100

99%
99

96%

98% to

93%

98%
98

96

96%

98% to
98% to
98% to
99 Vi to
100
to

94%

3%s series FF (1st instal)
Apr 1-Oct 1 1963-71
3%s series FF (2nd Instal)
Apr 1-Oct 1 1963-71

99% to

90%

99% to

94%

4 Vis series GG
Jan 1-July 1 1963-72.
3%s series HH

99% to

96%

99% to
100% to

93%
97'A

Peoria <Ss Eastern Ry—
2%s of 1950 Nov 15 1963-65.

99

to

91

89%

(2nd 1951) Nov 15 1963-66—
2%s of 1952' Apr ,15 1963-67
3s (2nd 1952) Aug 1 1963-67
3%s of 1953 Sep 1 1963-68
3%s of 1956 Nov 15 1963-71
3%s of 1957 Feb 15 1 964-72
3%s (2nd 1957) Apr 15 1963-72
4Vis (3rd 1957) Aug 15 1963-72
4'As (4th 1957) Nov 1 1963-72
3%s of 1958 Feb 1 1964-73
3s (2nd 1958) May 15 1963-73
4s (3rd 1958) Oct 15 1963-73
4%s of 1959 May 1 1963-74—.
4%s (2nd 1959) Sep 15 1963-74
4s

of

1960 Oct

1

1963-75

99% to

99% to

1963-65

1963-66
1963-66

96 Vi

96%
95%

99% to

96
99% to 96
100% to 97%
99% to 96%
99% to 95%
100'A to 100%

100% to 100%
99% to 94
99% to 89%
ioo% to 98
100
to 100 %
100% to 103%
100 % to 97%

2%s series R

15-Oct

15

1963-65

98% to

94%

2 Vis series S
Jun 15-Dec

15

1963-65

98% to

Line Ry—
D Sept 1 1963
E Jan 1 1964
F June 1 1963-64—
G

15

1963-67

99% to

91%

1-Dec

1963-68

99% to

92%

3Vis series V
Apr 1-Oct 1 1963-68

99% to

92%

2%s

series

Feb

1

W

1-Aug 1

1963-70

3Vis series X
Apr 1-Oct 1

1963-70

3%s series Y (1st instal)
May 15-Nov 15 1963-71

99% to

86%

99% to

88%

99% to

89%

99% to

92%

99% to

92%

99% to

93%

4s

series Y (2nd instal)
May 15-Nov 15 1963-71—
4Vis series Z (1st instal)
Jan 1-July 1 1963-72
4Vis series Z (2nd instal)
Jan 1-July 1 1963-72

38 series K May 15-Nov 15 1963-66
2Vis series L and M Jun 1-Dec 1
1963-67
3s series N May 15-Nov 15 1963-68
2%s series O Jun 1-Dec 1 1963-69
3s series P Nov 1 1963-70
2Vis series P (2d) Nov 1 1963-70
3%s series Q (1st instal)
Oct 1 1963-71

4s series Q (2nd instal)
Oct 1 1963-71
4 Vis series R (1st & 2nd instal)
Aug 1 1963-72
3%s series R (3rd & final)
Aug 1 1963-72
4%s series S
1st & 2nd instal Jun 1 1963-74

4%s series T May 1 1963-75
4%s series U Aug 1 1963-75
4s series V Feb

1 1964-77
4s series V (2nd part)
Feb 1 1964-77
3%s series W Feb 1 1964-78
4s series W (2nd part)
Feb 1 1964-78

2%s series DD Apr 1 1963-65
2%s series FF Mar 15 1964-69.
•No par value,
JT Zx-stock dividend.




a

Called for

to

99% to

98% to

redemption,

98

96%
96 %

99% to
98% to

96
96'A
97
95%

99% to
99% to

99%to
99% to
99% to
99% to
99% to

94%
91%

92%
91%

to

96%

100% to

98%

100

100% to 100%

99% to
100%
100%
100%
100%

93%

to 102%
to 103%
to 99

to 100%

100% to
100% to

99%
95%

100% to

Southern Pacific Co—
2%s series AA Apr 1 1963-64
2%s series BB July 1 1963-64
2 Vis series CC Nov 1 1963-64
2 Vis series DD Jan 1 1964-65—
2 Vis series EE Apr 1 1963-66
3%s series FF July 1 1963-66
2%s series GG Sep 1 1963-66
3 Vis series II May 1 1963
3%s series JJ July 1 1963-68
3%s series KK Sep 1 1963-68
3s series LL Nov 1 1963-68
2%s series MM Jan 1 1964-69
2%s series NN Apr 1 1963-69
2%s series OO Sep 1 1963-69
2%s series PP Dec 1 1963-69

2%s series QQ Mar
3%s series RR Sep
3'As series SS Jan
3%s series TT May
3%s series UU Aug

1 1964-70..
1 1963-70
1

1964-71

1 1963-71
1 1963-71
4s series W Nov 1 1963-71
4'As series WW Jan 1 1964-72..
4%s series XX Jun 1 1963-72
4%s series YY Aug 1 1963-72
4%s series ZZ Oct 1 1963-72
3 Vis series No 1 Dec 1 1963-72.
3Vis series No 2 Mar 1 1964-74.
4%s series No 3 Feb 1 1964-74.
4Vis series No 4 Mar 1 1964-74.
4%s series No 5 Jun 1 1963-74.
4%s series No 6 Aug 1 1963-74.
4%s series No 7 Nov 1 1963-74.
4%s series No 8 Feb 1 1964-75.
4'As series No 9 Jun 1 1963-75.
4Vis series No 10 Aug 1 1963-75
4 Vis series No 11 Feb 1 1964-76
series No

12

Mar

4'As series No 13 Jun
4%s series No 14 Dec
4%s series No 15 Feb
4s series No 16 Mar
4s series No 17 Jun
3Vis series No 18 Sep
3%s series No 19 Jan

1 1964-76
1 1963-76
1 1963-76

1 1964-77
1 1964-77
1 1963-74

series

P

Jan

Jan

1

1

98'A to

1964-65..

1964-66

96%

99'A to 97%
99% to 95
99% to 98%
100'A to 102'A

April 1 1963-68
3%s series T April 1 1963-69—
4Vis series U May 1 1963-75—

97%

97%
96%
91%

99 % to
99% to
98% to
98 Vi to
99% to
99% to
9 9'A to

99%
99%
99%
99%
98%
99'/a
9 9'A
99%
98%
99%
99%
99%
99%
100 V*
100%
100 Va
100%
100%
99%
99%
100%
100%
100%
100 %

2%s
Jun

1-Oct

series

101
101

98
97%
96%
96%
97%
96 %

to

to
to
to
to

.

97%
96%
94%
92%
92
91%
92

to
to
to
to

92%

to

96

93%
93%
95%

to 98%
to 100%
to 102%
to 102%
to 102%
to 94%
to 92
to 99
to 100%
to 103%
to 104%
to 106

to 104%
100'A to 100'A

100%
100%
100 Vi
100 %

to 99
to 100%
to 97%
to 100'A

100% to 100'A
100% to ioi y*

1 1963-77
1 1964-78

100% to

98

97%

series
Jan 15

4s

90%

to

series

98'/a
98 Vi
99%
99%
99%
99%

15 1964-65—
31 1963-65—
July 1 1963-66
Q Jun 15 1963-68—
Dec 15 1963-68
S Jun 1 1963-71—
T Oct 1 1963-71—
U May 1 1963-72—

P

90%
97'/2

iooy2 to 104%

Maryland Ry—

3%s series
3s series R
3%s series
3%s series
3%s series

94%

100'/a to 101'A
lOOVi to 99 y2

2%s series N Mar
2%s series O Oct
3s

96'A
93

100

—

4%s series H (2nd instal)
Jan 15 1964-72
4%s series I Oct 1 1963-72
4Vis series J Sept 1 1963-74.

Western

95%

99% to
99% to

1963-70.
1963-71.

H (1st instal)
1964-72

—

__

99% to
99 % to

1-Jul 1 1963-68
series E Sept 1 1963-68-

2%s series F May 1
3s series G April 1

—

97%
99 'A to
99 y« to

Jan

3Vis

to
to
to
to
to

100

to
to

99% to

96%
96 Vi
97%
96%
94'/a
94 y4
97%
96%

100 V* to 102%

Wisconsin Central Ry—
4s series ^ 1
Jun
1
Dec 1 1963-68
4Vis series E Apr 1-Oct 1 1963-72
4%s series F

99% to 97%
100 Vi to 101%

100% to 100%

97%
97%
96%
95

OVER-THE-COUNTER
RAILROAD STOCKS

Ask

39

41

..50
-.50

as

Bid

•

Values

83
83

87
87

100
100

44

48

50
1

55
3

52

55

36 y4
71

75

Par

of March 29, 19631

Alabama Great Southern—

Ordinary

Albany & Vermont gtd
Atlanta & West Point
Certificates or

participating

Baltimore & Cumberland Valley
RR Extension Co guaranteed—50
Bessemer and Lake Erie RR—

$1.50 preferred
$3 preferred

50
50

—

Boston & Albany (gtd
Central RR Co of N J

New Orl

isy3

50

100

140

100

Chicago Burlington & Quincy
Cincinnati Inter-Terminal—
4% preferred gtd
Cine

132

NYC) —100

37%

136

20%
150

78

& Texas Pacific—

20

93

96

100

96

100

Clearfield 8s Mahoning gtd
50
Cleve Cine Chicago 8s St Louis—
Common gtd
100
5% non-cum preferred gtd
100

46

50

145
72

155

Common

5%

preferred

99% to

98

15

1963-64

99% to

97%

Dayton 8s Michigan common

99% to

95%

8% preferred gtd
Delaware & Bound Brook
Delaware (gtd Penn)

99% to

76

20
3%
2

100
100

24

27
66

100

Colorado 8s Southern common
Consol Rys of Cuba 6% pfd
Cuba RR 6% non-cum pfd

1963-64

30
69

3A
2%

95

4%s series UU (1st instal)
Jan 15-July 15 1963-67
3%s series UU (2nd instal)
Jan 15-July 15 1963-67
4 Vis series W (1st instal)
Apr 15-Oct 15 1963-76
4%s series WW (2nd instal)

April 15-Oct 15 1963-76

100

to 100%

99% to

99%

Preferred

100% to

99

100% to

97%

fFlat price,

k Last sale,

to 100 Va

99% to

25

32

34

25

35%

37%

60
73
47

50

34
53

37
56

50

gtd

67
44

41

44
15

1

Ft Dodge Des Moines &
Fort Wayne & Jackson

Sth Ry
RR—

13%

10

4%

4%

100

84

88

Genesee 8s Wyoming
100
Green Bay 8s Western
100
Hudson 8s Manhattan RR Co—
Class B
10

190
72

210
76

39

42

5%% preferred gtd

99

100% to

98%

100% to

98%

n

gtd

Erie 8s Kalamazoo gtd
First RR 8s Banking

series

100

gtd_50
50

Detroit Manufacturers gtd
100
Dover 8s Rockaway gtd
100
East Pennsylvania gtd
50
Elmira & Williamsport com gtd__50

100% to 100 '/a

WW

YY
Jan
2-July 2 1963-77
4%s series YY (2nd instal)
Jan
2-July 2 1963-77
4s series ZZ (1st Inst)
Feb 15-Aug 15 1963-1978..
4s series ZZ (2nd instal) —
Feb 15-Aug 15 1963-1978..

see page 94.

Ry—
2y4s (1st B> Mar 1 1964
2s (2nd B) Mar 1 1964
l%s (3rd pt) Mar 1 1964
2 Vis
(1st C) Jun 1 1963-65.
2%s (2nd C) Jun 1 1963-65.
2%s series D

RR

15-Dec

series

96%

Wabash

1

2%s series SS
Mar 15-Sept 15 1963-67
3s series TT
Feb
1-Aug. 1 1963-68

4s

99 7A to

Apr 1 Oct 1 1963-73
to
to

to

98% to
100

1963-72

15

94%
94%
92%
967/a

to

98%

Southern Ry—
2%s series QQ

April

April

99% to
99

B July 1 1963-67..
C Feb 1 1964-68..
D Feb 1 1964-69—
E Oct 1 1963-71..
F (1st instal)

2%s series
2Vis series
2%s series
3%s series
3%s series

4%s series V July 15 1963-75—

100 Vi to
100
to
100% to

Apr 16-Oct 16 1963-77

99

3s series R
3s series S

96%
94%
95%
93%

99 Vi to
99% to

1 1963-65
2%s series H Sept 1 1963-65
2%s series I Feb 1 1964-66
2%s series J Apr 1-Oct 1 1963-66

4%s
St. Louis Brownsville & Mex Ry—
2%s series CC Aug 15 1963-64.

2%s

96

99'A
98%

Apr

94%

Jun

98%
96%

Texas & Pacific Ry—

95%

91%

Reading Co—

2%s series T
Apr 15-Oct
3%s series U

97
96

99% to
99 % to

Virginian Ry—
Seaboard Air
2%s series
2%s series
2%s series
2Vis series

4s

Apr

to
to
to
to
to
to
99% to
99
to

1963-65

91

Pittsburgh 8s Lake Erie RR—
3s

,

1963-64

92%

99% to 95%
100% to 101 'A
100 % to 102'A
100
to 97 %
99% to 94%
100% to 101%
100% to 104%

98%
99% to
98% to
99 Vi to
99% to

Apr 1-Oct 1 1963-72
4Vis Ber H Jun 1-Dec 1 1963-72

1963
15 1964

94

2%s series W Nov l 1963
2%s series X May 1 1963-64
2Vis series Y Jan 1 1964-65
2Vis (Z 1st) Apr 1 1963-65
2'/as (Z 2nd) Apr 1 1963-65
3s series AA (1st part)
1964-68
3%s series AA (2nd part)
Mar 1 1964-68
2%s series BB Feb 1 1964-69
2%s series CC Feb 1 1964-70
3 Vis series DD Nov 1 1963-70
3 Vis series EE Jan 1 1964-71

99%
98%
98%
98%
99 %
98%
99%
99%
99

2%s series K Dec 1 1963-67

99

1

Spokane Portland 8s Seattle Ry—
2%s of 1949 Apr 1 1963-64..
3%s of 1957 Apr 1-Oct 1 '63-72

Ry—

91%

2%s (U 2nd) July 1 1963
2%s series V Nov 1 1963

Mar

Francisco

series B Aug 15 1963

95 %
91%
92'A

96%

Pennsylvania RR—
2%s series T May 1 1963
2%s (U 1st) July 1 1963

2%s
2%s
2 Vis
2 Vis
2'As
2%s

series C Nov 1
series D Mar
series E Dec 1
series F May 1
series H Dec 1
2 Vis series I Aug 1
3%s series J Dec 15

96%

Dee. 31,1962
Bid Price

Dee. 81,1962
Bid Price

Nominal,

r Canadian

dollar value.

tNew stock,

x

Ex-dividend.

57

RAILROAD STOCKS

April, 1963

QUOTATIONS FOB ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29, 1963

Allegan & Grand

Kalamazoo

Rapids RR
Kan Okla & Gulf

Ask

Bid

Par

Stocks—

82
80

100
Ry 6% pfd A_100

86
90

86
175

.100

50

36

Louisville Henderson 8c St Louis—
5% non-cumulative preferred_100

95

-50

520

540

-50
.100
100
.100
.100

45
32
90
100

50
34

50

Special gtd betterment stock

Mahoning Coal RR common.
5% pfd (gtd N Y Central).
Maine Central common

5% preferred
Massawippi Valley gtd
Michigan Central gtd

-

72

,...

103
750

6%

100

Central

Mississippi

650

24

_100
_100
-100

125
65
40

25
25
25

105
105
105
105

i.yj

,

8c

Northern

Pittsburgh Fort Wayne 8c
Chicago common gtd

NOTE:

90

'

8

Missouri Pacific RR Co—

4%

*

505

530

100

71

74

B

non-cum

preferred gtd

Original (gtd L & N)

25

Unstamped (gtd L & N)

25

vtc

—•

28

preferred

100

21

North Carolina (gtd Sou RR)
100
Northern RR of N H gtd_____100
Norwich & Worcester pfd gtd
100

137
69
30

36
36

34
34

Susquehanna & Western—

Y

Common

5%

St Louis Southwestern Ry
5% non-cum preferred

Stony

Exchange $499
Exchange 183
Commodity Exchange 408
N Y Coffee Sug Exch 337
N Y Cotton Exchange 450
N Y Mercantile Exch 401
N Y Produce Exch— 545

•No

100

Quebec gtd.

par

Nominal,




100

N Y Stock

Troy & Gr'bush (gtd N Y

r

value.

$499

Canadian

value,

5
100
100

Cent)_50

185i000180,000186,000
2,000

100

—100

Vermont & Mass gtd—

143
72
35

Wabash RR common
Ware River RR
West Jersey 8c Seashore
Western Maryland RR—
7 % 1st preferred
1

104

t New

1st preferred

Western

Ry of Alabama

2,250

9,350

10,000
9,350

3,600

4,200

12
10

8,000
1,000

Exch—

52

3,400

3,750

22
29

Kans City (Bd of Tr)
Memphis Cotton Exch
Midwest Stock Exch
Minn Grain Exchange

211
175
400

4,500
4,500
11,000

12,000

483

25

72
86

Montreal Stock Exch_
New Orl Cotton Exch

78
480

r40,000

82

900

950

1,000

43

46

Pacific Coast Stk Ex
Los Angeles division

5,000

6,500

5,000

7,500

Detroit Stock

98
68

19
26 Va
64%

74

50

45

110
49

40
12
100

50
8
65

55
11
70

6,400

80

202

6,000

15

(transferable)Pittsburgh Stock Ex_
Salt Lake Stock Exch
Spokane Stock Exch—

31

100
25
250

Asso

,

50~OO5

6.000

Regular membership

70
105

80

Phila-Balt-W ash—
Stock Exchange —
Phila Commodity Ex—

77

*
100

gtd

1,000

Regular membership
Limited membership

Canadian Stock Exch-

60
57

San Fran division—

regular members

dollar

5

Exchange.1,366
96

Boston Stock Exch

55,000 48,500 58,000
7,000 10,000
7,500
1,200
1,800
1,100
2,500
2,700 2,950
875
1,200
1,200
2,800 3,100
2,700
760
1,500
1,700

9,300
3,900

700
137
93
65

gtd

45

Ask
$

r9,500

com_100

gtd

Amer Stock
N Y Cocoa

135
70

Bid
$

94

50
53

100
100

Last Sale
$

No.

Chicago Bd of Trade_l,402
Chicago Merc Exch— 500
Cincinnati Stock Exch

gtd_100
100

Tennessee Ala & Georgia vtc
Tennessee Central Ry common
7%
convertible preferred
Texas <fc Pacific Ry

5%
Ontario 8c

n

Brook

—25

been

consummated.

89
185

Birmingham—

Nashville & Decatur—

N

Richmond Fredericksburg &
Potomac RR common
Dividend obligations
6% guaranteed
7 % guaranteed
Roch & Genesee Valley RR
Rutland & Whitehall gtd

Saratoga 8c Schenectady

Reorganization Issues—
Class
Mobile &

Pittsfield & North Adams gtd_
Providence & Worcester gtd—

published below does not

The last sale

necessarily indicate that the transaction has

100

20

Lake Superior & Ishpeming
Miami original gtd

Little

EXCHANGE SEATS

Ask

121

Piedmont
22
70
34

Bid

:t
Par
Peoria 8c Bureau Valley gtd
100
Philadelphia Germantown 8c
-50
Norristown RR gtd
Phila & Trenton (gtd Pa RR). .100
Stocks—

Toronto Stock Exch—

Winnipeg Grain Exch

and 340 associate members, a Called for redemption, see page
stock, x Ex-dividend, y Ex- stock dividend.

59
42
1,000
113
113 rlOl.OOO
440
r525

6,000

300

"250

500

90,000110,000
400

94. b Basis. 1 Flat price, k Last sale,

Public Utilities
(Includes street and electric railways, gas, electric power, water, telegraph, telephone and bridge companies)
NOTICE—All

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29, 1963
prices are "and interest" except where marked "f" and income and

bond

Bonds—

Bid

Ask

OVER-THE-COUNTER
PUBLIC

UTILITY

BONDS

Alabama Gas 3%s ser A 1971
1st mtge 3%s ser C 1971
Alabama Power Co—
1st mtge 3 Vis 1977—
1st mtge 3%s 1978
1st mtge 3 Vis 1981
1st mtge 3%s 1982
1st mtge 4y«s 1983
1st mtge 3'/as 1985
1st mtge 3'/as 1986
1st mtge 4%s 1987
1st mtge 3%s 1988
1st mtge 4%s 1989
1st mtge 5s 1990
_

1st mtge
1st mtge

4'/2s 1991

4%S 1992
Albih Light & Ry 4s 1971
American

A-O

93

A-O

95 Vi

A-O

89%

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

90
87
88 %
98
88 Vi
88
104 Vi
92%
107 7/»

Af-N
tf-J
Af-N

A-O
Af-S
3-D
3-J

101
102
100

72
26
88

Gas

Co units.
American Gas & Elec 3%s '77-J-D
American Telephone & Teleg—
2Vis debentures 1970
3-D
32 year 4%s debs 1992
M-N
37 year 4%s debs 1998J-D
32 year 4%s debs 1994
F-A
34 year 4%s debs 1996
A-O
Appalachian Electric Power—
1st mtge 3 Vis 1977
3-D
1st mtge 27/»s 1980
Af-S
1st mtge 3Vis 1981
tf-D
1st mtge 3%'s 1982
A-O
1st mtge 3'/as 1983
a
3-D
1st mtge 4%s 1987
M-S

Appalachian Power Co—
1st mtge 4s 1988

M-N

1st mtge

4%s 1992
Debentures 4%s 1992

A-O
A-O

Arkansas Louisiana Gas Co—
1st mtge 5 Vis 1979
Arkansas Power <fc Light—
1st mtge 3 Vis-1974
1st mtge 2Vbs 1977
a.'
1st mtge 3 Vis 1978
1st mtge 2%s 1979
1st mtge 2%s 1980
1st mtge 3 Vis 1981
1st mtge 3'/as 1982
1st mtge 3Vis 1984
.

1st mtge

3%s 1985
3%s s f debentures
1st mtge 4V8s 1991

1974

A-O
3-D

Af-S
F-A
A '80_Af-N

Baltimore Transit Co—
Debs 4s series A 1975

Af-S
._Af-S
tf-J
A-O

Af-S
3-J

90 Vi

105%
95 Va
102
103 %

94
89 '/a

3-J
J-J

87
83 Vi
83

91 Vi
89 Vi
85'/a
87

88V4
84 Vi
90

93%

99VW
96 Vi
a__

105%
—

a

Called




for

redemption,

see

27
91
__

106 «/4
107

—

—

„

—

—

—

102%
104

„

—

—

—

—

—

—

—

—

f 98 '/a
f99

—

101

__

—

__

—

102%

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

.

84
92 Vi
84 Vi

84%
93%
85%
99 %
98 Vi

1st mtge 4s 1988__
4%s 1st mtge 19901st mtge 4Vis 1993

85%
90%
102%

103

106%
90%
87%
84
91%
91%
85

93%

—

__

—

"•

—

—

90

83%
90%
97%

—

—

—

Af-N

104% 106

M-N
J-J

177
156

—

96%
89 Va

87%
106%
82'A
105%
96
109%

Af-S

--

—

—

—

—

—

Central Maine Power Co—
1st & gen mtge bonds—
3%s series L 1970
i
3 Vas series M 1972

__A-0

M-S
Af-N
J-D
.Af-S

2%s series N 1976
3 V8s series Q 1978
series R

2%s
3%s
3%s
3%s

series
series
series
series

1979
S 1979
T 1981
U 1983
V 1985
W 1987
X 1990

.i,

:__Af-N
M-N
Af-S
A-O
Af-N
M-N

4Vas series
5'As series
Central Power & Light Co—
1st mtge 3Vas series A 1973__M-N
1st mtge 3V4S series B 1977
A-O
1st mtge 3s series C 1980
M-N
1st mtge 3%s series D 1982
Af-S
1st mtge 3%s series F 1984
A-O
1st mtge 3%s 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 2%s

Central

J-D

Telephone Co—
debs

94%

91%
88
89 %
90%
86 %

—

—

—

__

—

98

107%

91%

__

—

91
_

95%
94 Va
85%
87%
85%
84%
93 Va
91%
86%

106

__

83

105%
100
100%

1972

J-J

1st mtgfe 2%s series D 1975
F-A
1st mtge 2%s series F 1980
Af-N
1st mtge 3%s series G 1981
F-A
1st mtge 3%s series H 1982_Af-N
1st mtge 3V»s series K 1984—J-D
Charleston Cons Ry Gas & Elec—
Consol gold 5s 1999
Af-S

64%

68%

Ches

92

93%

89%

90%

93

94

90 Vi

85%

91%
86%

93

94

93%
97%

4Vas debentures 1993
J-D
4%s debentures 2002
J-J
Ches & Potomac Telep Co
(Wash D O —
.4%s debentures 1998
F-A
Ches & Potomac Tele Co of WVa—
5s debentures 2000
Af-S

98%

&

Telep Co
of Bait City 3%s debs 1995—F-A

100%

b Basis,

1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge
1 tsmtge
1st mtge
1st mtge
3 Vas s f
3%s s f
4%s saf

4%s

s

J-J

3'As series O 1982
3s series Q 1984

Af-N
3%s series R 1986—J-D
4'As series S 1987—Af-S

3%s series T 1988—Af-S
4%s series U 1990_Af-S
debentures 2004
debentures 2008
debentures 2009

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

f debentures 2011

6s

debentures

e

Ex-interest,

76

95Va

—

92%

—

102% 103%
104

102%
103%
101%
101%

105
103

104%
102
102

86%
85%
96%
100

—

—

__

87%
83

5%s series E 1987
J-D
1st mtge 5'As series F 1991—J-D
4%s s f debentures 1978
J-D
Connecticut Light & Power—
1st & ref M 3s ser I 1974
M-S
1st & ref M 3%s ser O 1988—J4J
1st & ref 4%s ser P 1990
F-A
Consolidated Edison Co of N Y—
1st & ref 4%s ser X 1992
J-D
All other bonds listed NYSE
Consumers Power Co—
1st mtge 2%s 1977
M-S
1st mtge 3'/as 1981
A-O
1st mtge 3%s 1987
-A-O
1st mtge 3s 1984
J-D
1st mtge 3'As 1990
F-A
1st mtge 4s

89Va

93%

93%
105%

—
—
—

103%
105%
_

102

100%

—
—

105
104
—

100
94
105% 106

102% 103
86
87
85
83

F-A

1986

—

99%

Community Public Service Co—

83%
96 %

—

—

—

__

—

—

—

—

__

108

108%

85%
90%
84%
85%

3%s s f debentures 1980
1st mtge 3'/as 1986
1st mtge 4'As 1986
1st mtge 4'As 1993
Dayton Power & Light Co—

-A-O

91%

A-O

Af-S
F-A
F-A
J-D
F-A

All bonds listed NYSE
Delaware Power & Light Co—
All bonds listed NYSE
Des Moines Transit Co—
Income 5s series A 1974

—

—

__

__

__

—

—

96

107%

88%

__

—

ref mtge 3s 1975
ref 3%s 1986

1st &
1st &

J-J

Af-N
4%s s f debentures 1982
M-S
1st & ref M 4%s 1992
F-A
1st & ref M 4'As ser B 1992-F-A
Duquesne Light Co—
bonds

All

listed

__

__

90

88%

85%

__

__

102

81%

107%
85Va
88 Va
88 %
91%
104% 105%
103% 104%
—

—

—

„

100

—

100%

102%

—

106

Corp—

1983

J-J

f Flat» price,

k Last sale,

93

96
n

100%

Kootenay Power Co—

3%s series A 1967
M-N
East Tennessee Natural Gas—
5s conv debentures 1968
Eastern Lt & Pow 4s A 1965
Eastern Utilities Associates—
Coll trust 3%s 1979
Elizabethtown Wlater Co—

94%

Af-N
J-J

100
97

J-D

90

F-A

—

108
86
85

4%s

debentures

1992

Af-S
JrJ

99%

••

91

—

f debentures 1978

J-J

102%

1st mtge 4%s 1992
El Paso Natural Gas Co—

F-A

105'A

M-S

105% 107%
95
92%
™
94%

4%s

5%s

s

conv

debs

1977

Emp Dist Electric Co 3%s 1969-M-S
Equitable Gas Co 3'As 1973
J-J
3%s

97
102

28

NYSE

1st mtge 3 Vas 1984
1st mtge 4'As 1988

208

86%
83%

—

84% —
90
88% —
83
99% —
99% 100

f26%

Co—
4%s debentures 1994
A-O
Duke Power Co 2%s 1979——F-A
1st & ref mtge 3%s 1981A-O

East

92

90%

Dallas Power & Light—
3Vas s f debs 1973
1st mtge 2%s 1979
1st mtge 3%s 1983

s

f debs

1970

Af-S

Potomac

Chesapeake Utilities

73

Detroit Edison Co—
All bonds listed NYSE
Diamond State Telephone

Cent Vermont Public Serv Corp—
—;

A-O
___!—J-J
Af-N

103 %
101% 102%

El Paso Electric Co 2%s 1976—A-O

1974

5%s conv subord

—

J-D

104
101%

100

Central Illinois Public Service—

mtge 3%s series A 1971
A-O
1st mtge 3%s series B 1977
M-S
1st mtge 3'/as series C 1979
J-J
1st mtge 3%s series D 1982
F-A
1st mtge 3'/as series E 1982
M-S
1st mtge 3'/4S series F 1984
J-D
1st mtge 4%s series G 1988
F-A
1st mtge 4%s series H 1989—«f-J
2%s s f debs 1970
—J-D
Central Indiana Gas 2%s 1971_Af-N
Central Louisiana Electric Co—
1st mtge 5Vas series I 1969A-O

Columbia Gas System Inc—
5 Vas debentures 1986

Ask

Commonwealth Edison Co-—

89%

91%

inc debs March 1998—

cum

1st mtge 3'As 1984
1st mtge 4Vas 1988
1st mtge 4%s 1992

94

92

F-A

4%s debentures 1987
J-D
4%s debentures 1987
F-A
4%s debentures 1987
M-N
4%s debentures 1988
J-J
All other issues listed NYSE
Columbus & South Ohio Electric—
1st mtge 3'As 1981
M-S

103'A 104
109'A

1st

Af-N
j-D
Cincinnati & Suburban Bell Telep—
4%s debentures 1993
A-O

1st mtge pipe line 3.35s 1974——
1st mtge pipe line 4.70s 1979_Af-S

104%
102%

91

—J-J
Af-S

Bid

Citizens Utilities Co 3%s 1972_Af-S
Cleveland Electric Illuminating—
All bonds listed NYSE
Colorado Interstate Gas Co—

93

Central Hudson Gas & El Corp—
1st mtge 4Vas 1988rT_^
Af-N
Central Illinois Elec & Gas Co—
1st mtge 3s 1975
F-A
1st mtge 3%s 1985
J-D
1st mtge 5s 1990
3-J
Central Illinois Light Co—
1st mtge 2%s 1979
J-D
1st mtge 4%s 1987
J-J

Bonds—

Cincinnati Gas & Electric—
1st mtge 5s 1990
1st mtge 4%s 1992.

4%s

86'A
83%

A-O

Central Electric & Gas Co—
4%s conv subord debs 1973
5s conv subord debs 1975

bonds

debentures 2002
Cincinnati Transit Co—

M-N

Corp—
5%s subord debs 1983__

defaulted

4%s

F-A

1st mtge 4%s 1990
Cascade Natural Gas

—

94.

—

103

_A-0

2%s notes series A 1974
A-O
3%s notes series B 1988
J-J
Canada Electric Co Ltd—
1st s f 3%s series A 1967
F-A
1st 4s series B 1968
F-A
Gen s f 4Vas series B 1972__M-N
Carolina Pwr & Light 2%s '81-F-A
1st mtge 3'/as 1982
A-O
1st mtge 4'/as 1988—
Af-S
1st mtge 4%s 1991M-N

98

101% 102%
89 Va

page

—

Cambridge Electric Light Co—

79%

100

87
87%
105%

102

California Water Service—
1st mtge 3Vis ser C 1975

74 Va

106%

A-O

mtge 3%s 1982
mtge 3Vis 1984
mtge 3%s 1986
mtge 5Vas 1987
California-Pacific Utilities—
1st 3'As series B 1971

3s

73

•90
81
92

M-N

J-D

1st
1st
1st
1st

—

77%
97 Vi

98'/4
97 Vi

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

lst^mtge 3%s 1981

—"
—

103Vi

102
102

108%

J-D
Af-N
M-S

3%s 1984
3%s 1985
4'is 1986
4%s 1987
4%s 1988
5VaS 1990
:
5s 1991
California-Oregon Power—
1st mtge 3 Vas 1974_____
1st mtge 3 Vas 1978
1st mtge 2%s 1979

—

—

109 Vi
102

J-D

mtge 3s 1978
mtge 2%s 1980

1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge

—

—

44%
103%

1st
1st

Ask

—

82%
85%
103 Vi 104'/a

83
86%

Af-S
A-O

103

84

B 1980
A-O
D 1982
J-J
1984
F-A
1st mtge 4ViS ser F 1987
t-D
1st mtge 4 Vis ser H 1992
J-D
Brazilian Traction Light & Power
4 Vis 1971
M-S
British Columbia Electric Co Ltd—
3 Vis series A 1967
J-J
3 Vis series B 1967
A-O
3%s series C 1968
A-O
3Vis series D 1969
F-A
4 Vis series K 1981
F-A
F-A
if-J

—

105

89%
97%

series L 1982
5Vis series M 1988
5'is series N 1989
5Vis series A 1977_:

—

92

104%
100%

E 3s '73—M-N
4Vis 1983_Af-S

5s

—

Bid

Brockton Edison Co—
1st M & coll tr 3s 1978
M-S
1st M & coll tr 3%s 1985
J-D
1st M & coll tr 4%s 1987
M-S
1st M & coll tr 5 Vis 1989
A-O
Brooklyn Union Gas Co—
4%s 1988 (now listed NYSE)
California Electric Power—

—

85

Af-S

Debs 5s series A 1975
J-J
Bell Telephone of Canada—
3s series E 1977
Af-S
3Vis series F 1973
F-A
4Vis series J 1967
—3-D
3Vis series K 1979
Af-N
4s series L 1970
3-D
4s series M 1981
_J-D
6 Vis series R Jan 2 1978
6s series U Jan 2 1986
Bell Telep Co of Pennsylvania—
3s debentures 1974
A-O
3 Vis debentures 1996
Af-S
3Vis debentures 1989
F-A
4%s debentures 2001
^
Af-N
4Vis debentures 2003
F-A
Birmingham Elec Co 3s 1974—_F-A

Blackstone Val G &
1st mtge & coll tr
Boston Edison Co—
1st mtge 234s ser
1st mtge 3 Vis ser
1st mtge 3s ser E

94%
90%

M-S

1963—M-S
3-J

mtge 4Vis 1992

89 Vi
84 %

A-O
J-D
A-O

1981—A-O
1982—A-O

—

105%
101% 102 %

J-J
F-A

F-A
A-O
Af-S
Af-N

—

105

A-O

Baltimore Gas & Electric Co—
1st & ref mtge 47/as 1980.
J-D
4Vis s f debentures 1986a
-J-D
1st & ref

106%

J-D

1st mtge 4%s 1993
F-A
Associated Telephone Co Ltd—
1st 3 Vis series D 1977
M-N
1st 2"Vis series F 1979
M-N

1st mtge 3%s series G
1st mtge 3Vis series H
Atlanta Gas Light Co 3s
1st mtge 4s 1981
1st mtge 5 Vis 1982
1st mtge 5 Vis 1985
1st mtge 4Vis 1988;
4Vis debentures 1982
Atlantic City El 27/is ser
1st mtge 3s 1984
1st mtge 3 Vis 1985
Is tmtge 4 Vis 1987
1st mtge 3Vis 1988^
1st mtge 4 Vis 1991—
1st mtge 4'/as 1992
1st mtge 4Vis 1993—

92%
105 Vi

—

Bonds—

Fall

River El Lt 3%s 1983
J-J
1st mtge & coll tr 4%s 1988-A-O
Florida Power Corp 3%s 1974—J-J
1st mtge 3'As 1978
M-N
1st mtge 3%s 1982
M-N
1st mtge 3 Vas 1984
3-J
1st mtge 3Vas 1986
J-J
1st mtge 4'/as 1988
-3-J
1st mtge 4%s 1990
1st mtge 4'As 1992

Nominal,

r

Canadian dollar value.

A-O
Af-N

—

—

93
100%
93%
89Va
89 %
85

94%
98

104% 105%
99% 100%

PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS

April, 1963
NOTICE

All

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29, 1963
prices are "and interest" except where marked "f" and income

bond

1st

1st
1st
1st
1st

mtge
mtge
mtge
mtge
mtge

J-J
J -J

37/ss 1983

-A-O

3y8s 1984
4%s 1986

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

4Vbs 1988
5s 1989

1st mtge 4Vas 1992
F-A
Florida Water & Utilities Co—
5'/2s conv subord debs 1982—F-A
Fort Worth Transit 4'/2s 1973—J-J
Gatineau Power po—
1st mtge 3s

J-D

series C 1970

1970
J-D
General Telephone & Electronics—
4%s s f debentures 1987
4%s s f debs 1988
Af-S
General Telephone Co of Calif—
4.V2S series J 1986
M-S
1st mtge 5s series K 1987
J-D
1st mtge 4%s series L 1988—Af-S
1st mtge 5s series M 1989
J-D
1st mtge 4%s series N 1991—J-D
General Telephone Co of Florida—
1st mtge 5s series G 1990
Af-S
1st mtge 4%s series H 1991—M-N
3'As

series

D

Georgia Power Co—
1st mortgage 3%s 1977
J-D
1st mortgage 2%s 1980———A-O
1st mortgage 3%s 1981
«f-D
1st mortgage 3%s 1982
J -J
1st mortgage 3 yes 1984
A-O
1st mortgage 3%s 1985
Af-N
1st mortgage 3%s 1986
A-O
1st mortgage 5y»s 1987
J-D
1st mortgage 4y8s 1988
Af-S
1st mortgage 5%s 1989
M-S
1st mortgage 47/as 1990
M-N
1st mortgage 4%s 1991
A-O
1st mortgage 4 % s 1992
M-N
Gulf Power 1st 3Vas 1971
M-S
1st mtge 3y*s 1984
J-J
1st mtge 4s 1988
F-A
1st mtge 43As 1989
A-O
1st mtge 5s 1990
J-J
Gulf States Utilities Co—

M-N
tf-J

1988
mtge 4%s 1989

1st mtge 4s

1st
1st mtge 47/aS
1st mtge 5 Vis

1990
J-J
series A 1989—J-D
4%s debentures 1981
—A-O
1st mtge 4%s 1992
Sf-N

94%
91%

—

—

95

s

J-D
M-S

f debs 1985

Hartford Elec Lgt 3y4s 1971
1st mtge 4%s ser E 1988

A-O

Hawaiian Electric Co Ltd—
4.70s series J 1987.
4.65s series L 1991
Houston Lighting & Power—
1st mtge 2%s 1974
1st mtge 3y»s 1986
1st mtge 47/8s 1989
1st mtge
Idaho

Af-S
A-O

84%
101%

—
—

98
106

103% 104
101
93
91"
84

90
82

—

104%
104 %

—

90%
90%
83%
88%
83%

—

—

__

—

—

87%
80%

—
—

106'A
96 7A

—

106%
108 y4

—

104%
101
92%

—

101%
—

85%
94%
106 y8

109'A

—

105

104 3A

—

101

Co

3y«s

1st mtge 4%s 1987
4 Vis s f debentures

M-N

Af-S

F-A
F-A
A-O

1981

T-J
A-O
A-O

1983:

1st mtge 4'/2S 1988
1st mtge 5s 1989.
1st mtge 4%s 1990

Af-N
M-N

mtge 4'As 1991
M-N
Illinois Bell Telephone Co—
1st mtge 3y8s ser C 1984
A-O
1st mortgage 3Vis ser D 1995_J-J
1st mtge 4'As ser E 1988
Af-S
1st mtge 4%s ser F 1994—__Af-S
1st mtge 47/8s ser G 1997
J-J
1st

Illinois Power Co—
1st mtge 2%s 1976
5 f debs 2%s 1966
1st mtge 3y8s 1978
1st mtge 27/8s 1979

1st mtge
1st mtge
1st

2%s 1980
3%s 1982

88%

S 94
1013/4

87'A

98%
102'A

105%

108
102'A

—

843A
81'A
100

Af-S

M-N

J-J
Af-N
J-J

92%
96
99%

M-N

Indiana & Michigan Electric
1st mtge 3s 1978
1st mtge 2%s 1980
1st mtge 3Vis 1982
1st mtge 3%s 1983_
1st mtge 3Vas 1984_

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

1st
1st

mtge 3%s 1988
mtge 4%s 1988
5'As s f debentures 1986

J-D

A-O

mtge 3s 1974
mtge 2%s 1979

A-O

Af-S
9-D.

mtge 3%s 1983
mtge 3%s 1986_
1st mtge 4Ves 1988
1st mtge 4%s 1990Indianapolis Rys 5s 1967

Af-S
A-O

J-J

Kansas City Power & Light—1st mtge 3'As 1983
J-J
1st mtge 3'As 1985
F-A
1st mtge 5s 1990
J-J
Kansas Gas & Electric Co—
1st mtge 3%s 1982
————J-D

1st mtge 3y8s 1978
1st mtge 3%s 1983
Its mtge 3%s 1985

91%

100

—

87%

—

82
87%

—

94
105 %

__

106

Interprovincial Pipe Line—
1st coll trust 3'As 1970—
Interstate Power Co—
1st mtge 3%s 1982
1st mtge 5s 1987.
1st mtge 47/as 1991.
a

Called for

90
84%
92

—

90%

—

-^97%
105'A




see

=

90

100% 102
99 %

101
69

96%

page

85%
80
86%
90%

94.

97%

6y4s 1977.J-D
5%s 1980_J-D
5%s 1981-J-D

88
92%
89%
n90y4
106%
—

_

„

—

_

—

104%
102.4

106% 107
105
107
105% 106%

—

Mid-American Pipeline Co—
6%s subord debs 1980
Af-S
Midwestern Gas Transmission Co—
1st M pipe line 5%s '80 w w J-D
Milwaukee Gas Light Co—
1st 3y8s 1975
M-N
3%s s f debs 1970
„M-N
1st mtge 4V'8s 1981
T-D
1st mtge 5%s 1985
Af-N

—

—

—

—

—

82%
98%

—

94%

—

—

1st mtge 4%s 1987
Minnesota Power & Light
1st mtge 3 VsS 1975

102% 104%
104

89%
95

97%
103

Af-N

104%

M-S
J-9
Af-S

92
106 y4

—

—

__

105
__

Co—

1st mtge 3%s 1981
1st mtge 4%s 1987

88%
97 y8

—

—

—

103

104
__

100 %

87%

107%
—

89'A
88%
91%

87
88%
8 3'A
87%
94

86%
91%

,-Af-N

85%

F-A

89%

Laclede Gas Co debs 3%s '74_. .Af-S
1st mtge 3'As 1979
_J-D
Af-N
1st mtge 4%s 1982
_J-J
1st mtge 4%s 1985
.F-A
4%s s f debs 1983
Laclede Gas Light Co—
1st s f 3%s 1965
_F-A
Lake Superior District Power
1st mtge 3s ser A 1975
-A-O
1st mtge 2%s ser C 1980— —J-J
_Af-S
1st mtge 3Vis ser D 1981
1st mtge 3%s ser E 1983
-Af-S

92 y8

88%
107%

1st
1st

—

—

__

—
—

—

__

__

—

98%

87%

88%

86%
106'A
96%
al06

106%

J-D

101%
89%
83%
84%
83%
106%

Madison Gas & El Co 2%s '76
J-J
1st mtge 2%s 1979—
—M-N
1st mtge 4%s 1988
A-O

1st mtge & coll tr 2%s 1975.A-0
Massachusetts Electric Co—
1st mtge 5s ser F 1991—
J-J
1st mtge 4%s ser G 1992
M-S
Meridionale Electric Co—
7s series A

1957

A-O

Metropolitan Edison Co—1st mortgage 3s 1977

101

83%
82'A
105%

86%

—

—

—

__

—

—

„

—

87%

A-O

84%

J-D
Af-N

109%

_J-D
F-A

84
61

f Flat

price,

—

87

83%

—

92

96%

85%
82%
85%

—

—

—

—

102

87 Va

—F-A
-A-O
—J-D
-A-O

1st mtge 3'/as 1979
1st mtge 3%s 1981
1st mtge 3%s 1983
1st mtge 4%s 1984

89%

—M-S

88

1st mtge
1st mtge

5%s 1983
4%s s f 1982

J-D
A-O

s

89%

Af-N
M-N
A-O

__

—

—

92

107%

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

J-D
J-D

mtge 3%s

ser

A 1974

1st mtge 6s series B 1977.

97%
94 y4
92%

92%
__

103
102%
87%
84%
88%
103%

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

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

95%
90%
96y4

—

—

—
—

—

105 y2
__

—

—
—

—

—

—

—

108

80%
87%

—

—

101%
104% 105%
101%
—

—

94%

F-A
M-N

—

Narragansett Electric Co—
1st mtge 3s series A 1974
M-S
1st mtge 3s series B 1978
Af-N
1st mtge 3%s series C 1982
Af-S
1st mtge 3y2s series D 1983
Af-S
1st mtge 3%s series E 1986__Af-S

—

„

—

—

„

103

National Fuel Gas 3s debs '73—J-J
3 y4s s f debentures 1977
Af-N

3y4s
4%s
5y8s
4%s
—

—

—

—

101

Ex-Interest,

—

—

106%

—

175

Af-S

e

91%
85%

—F-A

mtge 3s 1975
mtge 3s 1977

Mountain Fuel Supply Co—
3%s debentures 1971
3y8s debentures 1974
4s debentures 1983
4%s debentures 1986
Mountain States Tel & Tel—
3s debentures 1989
3%s debentures 1990
.:
4%s debentures 1988
5 s debentures 2000
4%s debentures 2002
;
Mystic Valley Gas Co—

—

—

mortgage 3y4s 1982
mortgage 3y8s 1984—
1st mortgage 47/8 sl987
1st mortgage 5s 1990
1st mortgage 4%s 1992
Mexican Light & Power Co—

b Basis,

104%

—

104%
101'A 102

87%
87

Income deb stock 5%s
Michigan Bell Telephone Co—
4%s debentures 1992
M-N
4%s debentures 1994
F-A
4%s debentures .1996
—F-A

105 Vs

s

f debentures 1979
f debentures 1983
f debentures 1985

s

f debentures 1986

s
s

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

89%

86%
88%
89%
88

90%
90 y4
89%
108%

105%
109 y8

88

M-S

1st
1st

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

f debentures 1979
1st mtge 4:%s 1989

94

mortgage 3s 1978

M-S

—

—

102

M-S
J-D
J-J
f-D
Af-S
A-O

mtge 3%s
mtge 4y8s

3'As

93

A-O

mortgage 3s 1974

A-O

__

__

82

89%

1st mortgage 3 Vas 1978
Af-S
1st mortgage 3s 1980_.
_M-N
1st mortgage 3y8s 1984
A-O
1st mortgage 4%s 1987
J-J
1st mortgage 5s 1990
A-O
Louisville Gas & Electric Co—
All bonds listed NYSE
Lower St Lawrence Power—
1st ref 3%s series B 1965—Af-S

82

90%
86%
104%

J-J
_Af-S

1st mtge 4'/2s 1987
Montana Power 2%s 1975
1st mtge 3y8s 1984

—

85%

1st

_

Montana-Dakota Utilities—
1st mtge 3s 1965
1st mtge 3%s 1S76
1st mtge 3%s 1975
1st mtge 3%s 1979

—

—

M-S

Louisiana Gas Service Co—
1st mtge 4%s 1987
Louisiana Power & Light Co—

Af-S
A-O

1983
1988
Missouri Power & Light Co—
1st 2%s 1976
1st 2%s 1979
1st mtge 3 y4s 1984
I
1st mtge 4%s 1992-.

1st
1st

—

108

1st mtge 3'As series G 1984„J-D
1st mtge 3%s series H 1985
M-N

I 1986 J-D
J 1988
Af-N
K 1989 J-J
1991——F-A

_Af-S
F-A

„

—

Monongahela Power Co—

—

—

101%

88%

F-A

1st mtge 27/8s 1980

—

115

84%

mtge 3%s 1981
mtge 3%s 1986
mtge 4%s 1987
mtge. 5%s 1989
1st mtge 5s 1990
1st mtge 4%s 1992_

92%
85%

.M-S

3%s 1971.
mtge 2%s 1977
mtge 2%s 1980

—

Kentucky-Ohio Gas Co 2s 1973-J-D
Kentucky Utilities Co—
1st mtge 3s ser A 1977—
Af-N
1st mtge 3y4s ser B 1979
J-J
1st mtge 27/8s ser C 1980
J-J
1st mtge 3%s ser D 1982
J-D
1st mtge 3%s ser E 1983
A-O

99%

1st
1st
1st
Is
1st
1st
1st

Is mtge 3y8s 1974
1st mtge 2%s 1977
1st mtge 3 VaS 1979

—

—

A-O

__

Mississippi Power & Light-

105%

1975

—

__

86
105

1st mtge 4%s 1991
J-J
Kansas-Neb Nat Gas 3%s '65—A-O
Kansas Pwr & Lt 2%s 1979
A-O

3%s 1986

89%

Mississippi Power Co—
85%

—

1st mtge

—

—

92

tf-J
87%
—Af-N
104%
—Af-N ,.108'A

redemption,

A-O
Af-S
F-A

Extended 5s series A 1975

J-J

__

Maine Public Service Co—

67

.

Af-S

.

Maclaren-Quebec Power 3s '69_Af-N

84%

88

J-D

—

—

92

Inland

A-O

105%

1st mtge pipe line
1st mtge pipe line
1st mtge pipe line

—

87%
87'A

1st
Natural Gas—
5'As series A 1977
Intermountain Gas Co—
6s subord debs 1982
5%s subord debs 1987
Units
I

90%

Bid

Michigan Consolidated Gas—
1st mortgage 3s 1975
.—M-N
1st mortgage 3%s 1976
F-A
1st mortgage 3%s 1979
J-J
1st mortgage 3%s 1980
M-N
1st mortgage 6y4s 1982
J-J
1st mortgage 5 Vis 1986
J-D
1st mortgage 4%s 1988
Af-S
Michigan Wisconsin Pipe Line Co—

1st

Indianapolis Power & Light—
1st
1st
1st
1st

Jersey Central Pow & Lt Corp—
1st mtge 3 Vis 1984
-J-D
1st mtge 3'As 1985
Af-N
1st mtge 4y8s 1986
F-A
1st mtge 5s 1987
J-J
1st mtge 5 'As 1989
J-9
1st mtge 5%s 1990
J-D
1st mtge 4%s 1992
M-N

1st mtge 4%s series
1st mtge 4'/8 sseries
1st mtge 5'As series
1st mtge 5s series L

Co—

.M-S

91

and defaulted bonds

Bonds—

—

107 »A

81%

Af-S
J-D

1983—F-A

Island Lighting Co—
mtge 3%s series E 1982
1st mtge 3'/2s series F 1983

87'A

M-S

—

1st

90'A

1st mtge 3Vis 1986
1st mtge 4s 1988
1st mtge 4'As 1993
Indiana Assoc Tel 3s 1975
Indaina Gas & Water Co—
1st mtge 2%s ser A 1980

83%
87%
88%

—

Long

84%
82'A
90%

mtge 3'As 1983

92%
87

—

87%

88%

___A-0
__Af-S

109%

95

95%

F-A
J-J

105%

92

87'A

Af-S

—J-D
J-J
Af-N
Af-S

—

mtge 3s 1979
Kings County Lighting—

102

101
106%

9-D

M-N

1st

109%
103'A

__

96

__A-0
A-O
Kentucky & West Va Power Co—

88%
85%

—

(Del)—

Public Service Co

1st mtge 3%s ser F 1985
1st mtge 3%s ser G 1986

105%
104%

__

Jacksonville Coach Co 5s 1971—J-J
Jamaica Water Supply Co—
1st mtge 2%s ser C 1975
Af-S

105 3A

—

83%

100

__

107%

85 y4

M-S

—

—

mtge 3%s 1988
mtge 4%s 1991

Iowa Southern Util 3%s
1st mtge 4%s 1992

—

96 y8

F-A
—Af-N
J-D
J-D
—J-J
—J-J

.

1st mtge 3s 1984
1st mtge 4y4s 1988

~-

—

mtge 3'As 1982
mtge 3%s 1983
mtge 3%s 1986

1976—
1978
1975
lstmtge 3'As 1981

—

102 y2
104%

Af-N

F-A
J-D

1st mtge 2%s
1st mtge 3'As
1st mtge 2%s

103

103%
96%

A-O
Af-S
A-O

1st mtge 3s 19781st mtge 2%s 1979

104
105
100% 101%
102

Af-S

1st mtge 4%s 1991
Iowa Power & Light Co—
1st mtge 3'As 1973

1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
Iowa

Ask

Co—

3 'As conv debs 1968
1st mtge 5s 1990

3'/as

4'As 1992

Power

Iowa Illinois Gas <fe Elec
1st mtge 2%s 1977
1st mtge 2%s 1979

—

Hackensack Water Co—

3y2s

Bid

Bonds—

Bonds—

Florida Power & Light Co—
1st mtge 3 %s 1974
3'As s f debs 1972-

59

*

Natural Gas Pipeline Co of
America 4%s debs 1978
J-J
4%s 1st mtge pipe line 1978-M-N

4%s 1st mtge pipe line 1979_A-t3
5s 1st mtge pipe line 1980—A-O
4%s debentures 1981
M-N
4%s 1st mtge pipe line 1982-J-V
New Bedford Gas & Edison
Light Co 3% notes A 1973
M-N
New England Electric System—.
3s debentures 1967
J-D

—

—

3y4s debentures 1977
New England
4s
New

series

C

103'A 103%

90%
95%

1971

M-S

JLst. mtge 4%s series J 1992—J-D

86
64

n

Nominal,

r

90%

—

—

—

Gas & Elec Assn—

104% 105'%

104%

—

k Last sale,

—

-J-D

105% 106%
109%

—

—

104%
101
102
102 y4 103

.

—

England Power—
1st mtge 3s series B 1978
J-J
1st mtge 2%s series C 1979
J-J
1st mtge 2%s series D 1981
F-A
1st mtge 3y4s series E 1982
»f-D
1st mtge 3'As series *F 1985
J-J
1st mtge 4% s series G 1987
F-A
1st mtge 4s series H 1988
J-D
1st mtge 4% s series I 1991—M-N

__

104'A
104%

Canadian dollar value.

j-

98%

87
83%
83%
87%
85%
101%

„

—

__

—

—

96

105%
101 Va

—

102'A

60

PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS
NOTICE—All

bond

Bonds—

Bid

New England Tel Si Tel—
3%s debentures 1977
3V«s debentures 1988
3 y4s debentures 1991—
4s debentures 1993

Ask

J-D
3-D

90%
82%
83%
947/a
101%

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

2%s debentures 1990

—

—.

103% 104%

Af-S
Af-N
Af-N
3-D
A-O
M-N

76
86%
80%
83%

3y4s debentures 1984
3s debentures 1989
3%s debentures 1995
3%s debentures 1993
4%s debentures 2000
New Jersey Natural Gas Co—
5%s conv debs 1970
tf-D
New Jersey Power & Light—
1st mtge 3s 1978
-J-D
1st mtge 2%s 1979
—J-D
1st mtge 3%s 1984
1st mtge 4y8s 1988
1st mtge 47/«s 1990—,

__

—

92%
109
156
87 %

—

82%
84%

F-A
Af-N
3-J

__

—

97%
109V*

Ask

—

89
98

—

85%
102%

„

102

101

__

102

87

86%

—

87%
105%
94Ya
105Mi
103%
90 y2 100

—

—

104%
104%
99% 103%

Gen mtge 3%s 1981
3-D
Gen mtge 3 Vis 1984
F-A
Gen mtge 3%s 1986
Af-N
Gen mtge 3%s 1988—
J-D
Gen mtge 4%s 1990
A-O
Gen mtge 4%s 1991
M-N
North Carolina Natural Gas—
6s conv 2nd mtge 1981
A-O
North Shore Gas Co (Mass)—
1st 4s series B 1975.
-3-D

89%
84%
90%

103 y4

104

105

110

96%
91 %
93%

.

__

104

109 y4
101
114

a

—

116M>

93

M-S
3-D

1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st

mtge 3%s 1972
mtge 3y8s 1973
mtge 2%s 1976
mtge 2%s 1979
mtge 3%s 1982

J-J
M-S
J-D
—M -N
F-A
J-D
M-S

mtge 4y8s 1983

mtge 3'/as 1984
mtge 3%s 1986
mtge 4s 1988
mtge 5s 1989
mortgage 5s 1990
mtge 4%s 1991

5%s

—M-N
Af-S
F-A
-_Af-N
._Af-N
—J-D

debentures 1986

144
—

101 y2
101% 102%

..f__

89%
82%®106%

—

—

107%

105%
105% 105%
—

Quotes under old name of
Scranton Spring Brook Water Ser
Pennsylvania Power Co—
1st mtge 2%s 1975
M-N
1st mtge 2%s 1980
Af-S
1st mtge 3%s 1982
-F-A
1st mtge 4%s 1992——M-S
Pennsylvania Power & Light—
1st mortgage 4%s 1991
J-D
Pennsylvania Telep 2%s 1975 J-J
Peoples Gas Light & Coke—
1st Si ref M 3M4s ser I 1979
J-J
1st & ref M 4%s ser J 1986_Af-N
Philadelphia Elec Pwr 2%s 1975-J-J
Philadelphia Suburban Water—
1st mtge 4%s 1988
Af-N

Philadelphia Transportation Co—
Consol mtge 3-6s ser A 2039
J-J
1st & ref mtge 3%s ser B '70_J-D
Pioneer Nat Gas debs 5 Mas '77_Af-S
Pittsburgh Rys Co 5s 1970 :
J-J
Portland Gas & Coke Co—
1st mtge 3V»s 19763-7
1st mtge 4%s 1976-.
:
-A-O
Portland General Electric Co—
1st mtge 3y8s 1975
J-J

100%
101Va

102
__

102

103%
102 »/2

86%
—

99%
103 Mi
107%

__

—

—

89%
88%
84%
87%
99%
109

M-N
.

—

—

—

—

—

105%

—

135
"

99%
102%
108M»
155

108V*

115
„

M-N

Potomac Edison Co—
1st mtge & coll tr 3s 1974
_A-0
1st mtge & coll tr 3y8s 1978
J-J
1st mtge & coll tr 3V4s 1977
3-D
1st mtge Si coll tr 3%s 1981_A-0
1st mtge & coll tr 4%s 1987_Af-N
Potomac Electric Power Co—1st mtge 2%s 1985
Af-N
1st mtge 3%s 1987—.
Af-S
1st mtge 3%s 1988—
J-D

mtge 3%s 1990—

—J-D

1st mtge 3%s 1991———J-D
1st mtge 4%s 1993
3-D
1st mtge 5%s 1994—u————
1st mtge 5s 1995_
J-D
1st mtge 4%s 1982
;
J-D
1st mtge 4%s 1998
—;_C.
—

Public Service Co of Colorado—
1st mtge 2%s 1977
J-D
1st mtge 3 y8s 1978
--—-A-O
1st mtge 3%s 1981
A-O
1st mtge 3%s 1984
A-O
1st mtge 4%s 1987
Af-N
1st mtge 4%s 1989
..
Af-N

—

—

94%

—

83%
89%
98%
84%

94%
95%

—

—

—
—

—

—

106
—

105 Mi
103

87%
82%
87%
101

105 y2

107%
—

—

—

—
—

—

88

1st
1st

mtge
mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge

85%

__

—

„

97

74%
88

84%
100%

89%

91%

—

—

—

125

104%

Called for redemption,

89%
87%
89%
88%

104%
78%

—

—

—

—

85%

—

89%'

—

105%

—

107

104% 106
104%
101% 101%
__

86%
88%
87%
84 %

101%

M-N

J-J

1st mtge 3y4s ser D 1978
1st mtge 3s ser E 1979
1st mtge 3Vis ser H 1984
1st mtge 3%s ser I 1986
1st mtge 4%s ser M 1992

A-O
J-D

1

nai

104 %

—

91
94

86

86%
89 y4
88 y4

—

__

89%

109

106

__

103%

—

Rochester

Telephone Corp—
1st mtge 2V2S series A 1981
A-O
1st mtge 4%s series E 1993
M-S
4%s debentures 1987
J-J
Rockland Light & Power Co—
1st mtge 3yss series C 1978
J-D
1st mtge 3%s series D 1981
1st mtge 3%s series E 1983
A-O
St Joseph Light Si Power Co—
1st mtge 2%s 1978
A-O
1st 3s
1979
J-J
1st mtge 5s 1989.
J-D
San Diego Gas & Electric Co—
1st mtge 3%s 1970
J-J
1st mtge 3s series C 1978
Af-S
1st mtge 3Vis series D 1982
A-O
1st mtge 2%s series E 1984
A-O
1st mtge 3%s series F 1985
A-O

1st mtge 4%s series G 1987—A-O
1st mtge 4%s series H 1990—A-O
4%s s f debentures 1984
—J-J
Savannah Electric & Power Co—
1st mtge 3%s 1984
A-O
3%s debentures 1979
A-O
1st mtge 3%s 1986
#f-N
1st mtge 5y8s 1987
M-N
1st mtge 5y8s 1990
J-D
5l/4s debentures 9185
J-D

Scranton Spring Brook Water Serv
1st mtge 2%s 1978
M-S
5%s s f debs w w 1984
_A-0
Shawinigan Water & Power Co—
1st & coll 3%s ser H 1970_
»T-J
1st & coll 3M2s ser J 1970
-F-A

78%

—

106

__

105%

V

_

87%

—

93%
93

84%

—

85%

—

106

95%
86%

f:;

'

—

J?

—

—

87%

—

81

;

85%

—

109

—

105%

-i-

104%

—

85%
89%

—

93%

—

—

i/;:

105 M2
107%
105%

.

__

84
101%

101

82%
82%

84%
84%
81

1st Si coll 3s series N 1971—Af-N
1st & coll tr 3%s ser P 1973.A-O

79

4%s 1976 series R
5Mis conv debs 1972

A-O

85%

87

A-O

93 y4

94

A-O
M-N
M-N

87%
87%

Sierra Pacific Power Co—
1st mtge 3%s 1978
1st mtge 3%s 1984
1st mtge 5M4s 1986
1st mtge 4%s 1988

A-O
J-J

5%s debentures 1985
1st mtge 5s 1991
1st mtge 4%s 1992

Af-N
J-D
South Carolina Elec & Gas Co—
1st refunding 3s 1980
A-O
South Carolina Power Co—
1st & ref 3s 1975
J-J
South Jersey Gas Co 4y8s 1977.A-O

Southern Bell Tel & Tel—
3%s debentures 1989—
3M4s debentures 1995
4s debentures 1983
5s debentures 1986
4%s debentures 1993
5s debentures 1997
4%s debentures 1998
4%s debentures 2001
Southern Calif Edison Co—
All bonds listed NYSE
and/or ASE
1st

M-S
A-O
A-O
r7-D
J-D
J-D

Af-S
A-O

mtge 5y8s series C 1983 J -if
1st mtge 5%s series D 1984—A-O

92%

J-J

89

Southern Counties Gas
1st mtge 3s 1977

89 y8

J-D

J-J

1st mtge
1st mtge

85%
85%
93%

104%

M-N

price,

k Last

J-J

1977

1st

101%

J-J

mortgage 2%s

1st mortgage 3 Vis 1978
Af-N
1st mortgage 2%s 1980
J-D
1st mtge 3Mis esries A 1982
A-O
1st mtge 3%s series B 1981—J-D

88%

Public Service Co of Oklahoma^—
1st mtge 2%s ser A 1975
—86%
1st mtge 2%s ser B 1978
F-A
85%
1st mtge 3Vbs ser C 1981
A-O
86%
1st mtge 3%s ser D 1983
Af-S
88%
1st mtge 3s ser E 1984
F-A
82%
1st mtge 4%s ser F 1987
F-A
99%
1st mtge 3%s ser G 1988—M-N
94%
1st mtge 4%s series I 1993—J-J
98
Pub Serv Coordinated Transport—
1st & ref 4s 1990
J-J
93
1st & ref 5s 1990
J-J
104Mi
1st & ref 5%s 1990
J-J
108
1st & ref 6s 1990
J-J
112

b Basis.

106%
104%

—

F-A

89%
86%
89%

94.

97
104

1st 4s series C 1967
_F-A
Rochester Gas & Electric Corp—
1st mtge 3s series L 1979
Af-S
1st mtge 3%s series N 1982
J-D
3%s series O 1985
Af-S
1st mtge 4%s series R 1987
J-J
1st mtge 5s series S 1989
A-O
1st mtge 4%s series T 1991
M-N

—

85
94

3%s ser G 1977
3s ser H 1979

J-J
J-J
F-A

page

105

79

"

80

—

—

101

102%
—

—

107%

101

108%
843/4

88%
98%

—

__

—

—

82

81%
97

104% 106%
105%

—

105% 106 V*
101% 102%
100

Southern California Gas Co—

3%s ser J 1982—
1st mtge 3%s ser K 1984—
1st mtge 4%s ser M 1989
Public Service Co of N H—
1st mtge 3 %s ser A 1973.
1st mtge 3%s ser C 1978

see

101% 102%

83

—

(Calif)—
Af-S

3%s 1981————A-O

3%s

__

series A 1984 Af-N
1st mtge 4s series C 1983
Af-N
1st mtge 4%s series D 1985—F-A
Southern Electric Generating—
1st mtge 5M.S 1992 (1959 ser) J-D
1st mtge 5M4s 1992 (1960 ser) J-D
1st mtge 5M4s 1992 (1961 ser) J-D
1st mtge 4%s June 1 1992

—

86

89%

—

84
90

—

95%

—

105

105 Vi

—

87

89

86%

—

Southern Indiana Gas Si Elec—

99%

—

i :;

—

109

A-O

90%

F

—

__

104% 105%
105
106 Ms
106
106%

5%s subord debs 1985

—

of Indiana—

ser

82%
86%
101%

77

103
100

M-S

3y8s

Aak

Bid

=

86%
102 Ya

1975

Public Service Co

bonds

—

92
86

105%
103%

1991

faulted

Quebec Telephone Corp—
1st 3Mis series B 1967

—

A-O

1st mtge 4%s

86

M-N

mtge 3V2S 1977

e

Quebec Natural Gas Corp—
92%
86 y2
90%
102 y8 102%

Pennsylvania Gas & Water Co—

—

101%

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

Pacific Gas & Electric Co—
All bonds listed NYSE
Pacific Gas Transmission—*
5%s conv debentures 1986
F-A
Pacific Lighting Gas Supply Co—
Sink fd debs 5s ser A 1980.A-O

104%

1

Bonds—
y- Public Service Elec & Gas Co—
1st & ref M 2%s 1980
Af-N
1st & ref M 3y4s 1984
Af-N
1st & ref M 4%s 1986
M-N
1st & ref M 4%s 1987
1st Si ref M 4%s 1988.
1st & ref M 5y8s 1989
1st & ref M 4%s 1990
1st & ref M 4%s 1992.
4%s debentures 1981
Puget Sound Power Si Light—
1st mortgage 4Mjs 1988
Af-N
5%s debentures 1983
M-N
1st mtge 5%s 1989
M-N
1st mtge 5%s 1990
A-O
1st mtge 4%s 1991—
—F-A

„

104%
991/3

J-J
Af-N
Af-S
Af-S
-J-D

F-A

A-O

Telephone & Telegraph—
3M4s debentures 1979_
_M-N
3y8s debentures 1989
M-N
5 V'as debentures 1980
F-A
4%s debentures 1990
M-N
5 y8s debentures 1993
F-A
Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line—
3%s s f debs 1973
F-A
2%s debentures 1975
J-D
3%s
debentures 1974
J-D
4%s debentures 1982—A-O

1st

mtge 5 Vas 1984
F-A
1st mtge 5y8s 1986
J-J
Northwestern Bell Telephone—
4%s debentures 1989
Af-N
4%s debentures 1998
J-D
4%s debentures 2003
Af-S
Northwestern Public Service—
1st mtge 3s 1973
A-O
1st mtge 5V4s 1987.
J-J

M-N

89
89
141

Pacific

1st

86%

1st

Otter Tail Power Co—
5M.S conv debs 1967
1st mtge 4%s 1991

—

91

——

Orange & Rockland Utilities—
1st mtge 4%s ser F 1988
J-D
1st mtge 4%s ser G 1991
A-O

106
105

103%

Northern Natural Gas Co—
All bonds listed NYSE
Northern Ontraio Nat Gas—
5%s subord debs 1982——,—J-D
Northern Pennsylvania Power Co—
2%s 1975
J-J
Northern States Power Co (Minn» —
All bonds listed NYSE
Northern States Power Co (Wis)—
All bonds listed NYSE
Northwest Natural Gas Co—

Ohio Water Service—
6s conv subord debs 1977
A-O
Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co—
1st mtge 4%s 1993
Af-S
All other bonds listed NYSE

__

84

1st mtge 4%s series L 1992—Af-S
4s conv debs 1976
A-O

A-O

_

91%

mtge 2%s series E 1980—Af-S
1st mtge 4Vas series J 1989—J-J
1st mtge 4%s series K 1990
F-A
1st

1st mtge 4%s 1991
Ohio Power Co—
1st mtge 3%s 1981
1st mtge 3%s 1983
1st mtge 3Mis 1984
1st mtge 3%s 1985
1st mtge 4y4s 1986——
1st mtge 4%s 1987
1st mtge 4%s 1989

__

95y»
95%
104Ms 105%

Northern Illinois Gas 3 Mas *79—J-J
1st mtge
3%s 1981—
A.- O
1st mtge 5s 1984_
«J-D
1st mtge 4%s 1985_
J-J
Northern Indiana Public Service—
1st mtge 3 Vis series C 1973—F-A

1st mtge 3%s 1985
1st mtge 4%s 1988
1st mtge 4 yas 1989

J-J
F-A

—

Niagara Mohawk Power Corp—

Ohio Edison Company—
1st mtge 3y»s 1984

—

—

90M1

N Y State Elec Si Gas Corp—
1st mtge 3s 1978
A-O
1st mtge 3M.S 1984_—
Af-N
1st mtge 3%s 1985
M-S
1st mtge 4%s 1987
Af-N
1st mtge 3%s 1988—
F-A
1st mtge 4%s 1991
—Af-N
4MiS s f debentures 1992
J-D
N Y Steam Corp 3V2S 1963_
3-J
New York Telephone Co—
Ref mtge 4%s series L 1997—A-O
Ref mtge 4%s series M 2002
tf-J
Ref mtge 4y4s series N 2000
J-3

.

Pacific Power & Light Co—
Is mtge 3Mis 1977
1st mtge 3%s 1984
4%s conv debs 1974
1st mtge 4%s 1992
1st mtge 5M»s 1990
1st mtge 4%s 1992

103%
101% 102%

Pennsylvania Electric Co—

New Orleans Public Service Co—
1st mtge 3Vss 1974
J-V
1st mtge 3%s 1978
'—A-O
1st mtge 4%s 1983
A-O
1st mtge 3y»s 1984
3-D
1st mtge 4%s 1987—
—A-O
1st mtge 4%s 1992
—
A-O
1st mtge 5s 1991—
J-D




Bid

Northwest Bell Telephone—
4%s debentures 1994—
M-N
4%s debentures 2002
M-S

Bell Telephone—

'Without par value,

BondsPacific

4%s debentures 1999—
4l/as debentures 2002—
New Jersey

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29, 1963
prices are "and interest" exct-p
wher- marked "P* and income and

1st

mtge 3Mbs 1984

95 y4
106

105
105

—

—

106
106

105% 106
100% 101%

A-O

84%

1st mtge pipe line 3s 1968
J-D
1st mtge pipe line 2%s 1970.J-D
1st mtge pipe line 4s 1973—Af-N
1st mtge pipe line 3y8s 1974.F-A
4%s s f debentures 1978
J-J

91%
98%
90%
102

1st

105%

—

Southern Natural Gas Co—
„

98%

—

mtge pipe line 4%s 1979

J-J

Southern Nevada Power Co—
1st mtge 5%s series D 1989_Af-N

sale,

n

Nominal,

r

Canadian dollar value.

94%

—

—

—

—

—

_

105

:

NOTICE—All

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29, 1963
prices are "and interest" except where marked "£" and income and defaulted bonds

bonds

Bid

Bonds—

Southern New England Telephone—
3 Vis debentures 1985
J-J
3 Vis debentures 1989tf-D

4%s debentures 1991
4%s debentures 2001

Af-S
J-D

Ask

86

85%
97%
102%
102
—

Southern Union Gas Co—

4Vis
5%s
5%s

s
s
s

61

PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS

April, 1963

f debs 1976
f debentures 1982
f debentures 1985

Af-N
A-O
J-D

Southwestern Bell Telephone—
4%s debentures 1992
A-O
4%s debentures 1995
F-A
4%s debentures 1997
F-A
Southwestern Electric Power Co—
1st mtge 5%s ser H 1989—Af-N

Southwestern Gas & Electric Co—
1st mtge 3 Vis ser B 1978
J-J
1st mtge 3s ser C 1979
—J-D
1st mtge 2%s ser D 1980
3-D
1st mtge 3%s ser E 1982
Af-S

Af-N

1st mtge 3Vis ser F 1984
1st mtge 4%s ser G 1987

if-J

Southwestern Public Service Co—
1st mtge 3%s 1978
F-A
1st mtge 3.20s 1979
J-D
1st mtge 3.35s 1981
F-A
Staten Island Edison 2"%s 1979_Af-N

100%

—

104 %
102 %

__

—

105% 106%
105

102% 103%
105%

__

Bid

Bonds—

i

Texas Power & Light—
1st mtge 2%s 1975
1st mtge 3s 1977
1st mtge 3s 1978
S f deb 3%s 1973
1st mtge 3%s 1982
1st mtge 3 Vis 1984

1st

s

Af-N
A-O
A-O

J-J
J-J

4%s 1986
4%s 1988
4%s 1991

4%s s f debentures 19871st mtge 4%s 1993

J -J
J-J

105%

F-A

Toledo Edison Co—
1st mtge 2%s 1977

__

103%

A-O

A-O

—

—

__

West
1st
1st
1st
1st

88%
86'A
84%
89

__

86%

1st

—

1st mtge 4%s series Q

__

__

—

—

102%

—

86%

4%s ser S 1992
mtge 4%c ser T 1992

104% 105%
92

mtge pipe line 5s 1977—A-O

94

103%
100%

103% 104%
102
102%

106%

mtge pipe line 4%s 1982-M-N
J-D

3s

Sept

1970

1

.

3%s Feb 1 1971
3%s Sept 1 1971—
.

Union Electric Co

92%
92

3%s June 1 1974
3%S Aug 1 1975
3%s Feb 1 1976

1st

94%

__

__

93% 94%
95
100
101

4%s Nov 1 1976
5 Vis July l 1977

104%

—

104%
104%

103
103

5%s Nov 1 1979
5%s Jan 1 1979
4%s Mar 1 1983

102% 103%

Debenture issues—

4%s Sept 1
4s April 1
4%s Jan 1
5s May 1
5%S May 1
5 Vis Dec 1

1974

95

953/4

91

5s

April 1 1982

95%
99
101
101
101

5s

Sept

1

1982

10J

101 %

6s

'

Nov

1

1977

103%

105

Texas
'

Eastern

101
102
103

101%

5%s Sept 1 1978

100%
103%

4%S April 1 1979
4%s Dec 1 1981

100%
100%

5s Jan

1

1981

98%
103%
103%

—
—
—

__
__
—

' 103
103

s

f debs

_A-Q

1973

1st mtge 2%s 1975
1st mtge 3%s 1981
1st mtge 4%s 1987
1st mtge 3%s 1982
1st mtge 4%s 1988
1st mtge 4%s 1993
5Vis s f debentures 1985.

Texas Gas Transmission
5s debentures 1982

•Without par value,




92%

Af-S

__

—

__

__

s.-—

105

United Gas Corp—
All bonds listed NYSE
United Gas Imprmt 3%s

1966—J -J

Western Massachusetts Electric Co
1st mtge 3%s ser B 1984
A-O
4%s series "C 1987
A-O
1st mtge 4%s ser E 1992
Af-N

85%
101%
101%

Western Power & Gas Co—
4 Vis conv subord debs 1978—F-A

108% 109%

5Vis

J-D
J -if
Af-N
M-N

89%
107%
87%
103%
—

104

-J-D

102

__

__

__

__

__

101.768

81%
85%
83'/b

If-D
Af-N
__Af-N

93

A-O

96%

86%

1st mtge
1st mtge

98

mtge 4%s 1987

90 %

1st mtge 3Vis
1st mtge 2%s

ser

mtge 3%s

ser

85%
90%

1st
1st

J-D

J-D

P 1990-M-S

1991

J-D

Gas Light Co—3
3%s 1976
J-J
3%s 1980
J-D
4%s 1986_:
_Af-N

Washington Water Power Co—
1st mtge 3%S 1982
A-O
1st mtge 4y8s 1987
J-J
1st mtge 4Vis 1988
J-J
1st mtge 4%s 1988
F-A
4%s s f debentures 1983
1st mtge 4%s 1989
5%s s f debs 1985
1st mtge 5%s 1990

Called for redemption, see page 94. e Ex-interest,

J-J

F-A

3%s

mtge 3 Vis
1st mtge 3 Vis

al06%
106%
102

F-A
J-J

88%

A-O

ser
ser

B 1978
C 1978

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

D 1980
E 1981

F 1982
ser H 1984
ser J 1989
ser

Af-S
1st mtge 4%s series K 1992_Af-N
1st

Virginia Electric & Power—

1987.
1988

86%
106%
101%

-J-D

Wisconsin Power & Light—
1st mtge 3Vis ser A 1971

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

mtge 4%s

mtge 3s 1977
mtge 3%s 1978
1st mtge 2%s 1979
1st mtge 2%s 1980
1st mtge 3%s 1984
1st mtge 4%s 1987
1st mtge 5%s 1989
1st
1st

85%
98 %

103%
94%
105%
109%

M-N
F-A
M-S

M-N

—

__

94
—

88%
84

'

89%
87%
86%

__

__

—

105%
99%

—

—

__

85
84

_

_

J-D
M-N

101%

J-if

103%

Af-N
M-N

109%
99%

4%s debentures 2002
Wolverine Power 3-4%s 1979

90

_

86%

—

90%
107%

87%
88%

A-O

Wisconsin Telephone Co—
4%s debentures 1992
4%s debentures 1995

923/4

J-D

_

__

105%

—

__

_

—

f51

Worchester County Electric Co—

108%
100%

1st mtge 3%s ser B 1981
1st mtge 3%s ser D 1985

104

101%
106

Af-S

105

Af-S

104%

f Flat price,

__

Wisconsin Public Service Corp—

85

A-O

M-N

1st mtge 2%s 1975.
1st mtge 4%s 1986

1st mtge

Af-N
J-D

M-N

Wisconsin Natural Gas Co—

102
89

89

1984
1985
1986

92
106%
104%

M-N

43^s 1991
5%s 1989

85%

«f-D

__

106%

83%

M-S

__

__

145

A-O
M-N

A-O
A-O

1st mtge 3%s 1982
1st mtge 3 Vis 1984
1st mtge 3%s 1985_.
1st mtge 5%s 1987

Washington
Ref mtge
Ref mtge
Ref mtge

A-O

debs 1975

Af-N

mtge 2%s 1980
mtge 3%s 1981

1st & ref 3%s ser K
1st & ref 3 Vis ser L
1st & ref 4%s ser M
1st & ref 4%s ser N
1st & ref 3%s ser O
1st & ref M 4%s ser
1st & ref 4%s ser Q

conv

Wisconsin Electric Power—
1st mtge 2%s 1980
1st mtge 3Vis 1982
1st mtge 3yas 1984
1st mtge 3%s 1986
1st mtge 4Vis 1988
1st mtge 5s 1990

88%

Utah Power & Light Co—
1st mtge 2%s 1976

__

Western Utilities Corp—

97%

J-J
Af-N

1st mtge 3%s 1979
1st mtge 4%s 1983
1st mtge 5 Vis 1984

1st
1st

3s series A 1975

Wisconsin Michigan Power Co—
1st mtge 3s 1978
A-O
1st mtge 3%s 1981
A-O

J -J
Union Lt Heat & Fwr 5s 1989—J-J

87%

Corp—
a

107%
92%
101%
107%
107%

96

96

86%

—

Texas Electric Service Co—

3%s

flf-S
M-S

1st mtge 4y8s 1990
1st mtge 4%s 1992

101

Debenture issues—
4%s March 1 1974
5%s Dec 1 1976
6s June 1 1977
5%s Aug 1 1980
5%s Aug 1 1981

M-S
J-J

f94

f94%

J-J

1st

Transmission—

1st mtge pipe line issues—
4%s Mar 1 1977

of Missouri—

4%s 1990
3%s 1986
4%s 1988
4%s 1990
4%s 1991

J-D
Upper Peninsula Fwr 3%s 1977_Af-N

94

1975
1977
1978
1981
1981

1st
1st
1st
1st

mtge
mtge
mtge
mtge
mtge

104

__

100% 101%

Transwestern Pipeline Co—
5s subord debs 1969 (ex-stk)_M-N

94
94
94

87%
92%

1988.—J-J
mtge 4%s series F 1991 F-A

Westcoast Transmission Co Ltd—
Subordinate debentures
5%s series A 1988
A-O
5 Vis conv series C 1988
J-J

Tennessee Gas Transmission Co—

1st mtge pipe line issues—
2%s April 1 1966
3s Sept 1 1967

92

105

99%
104

91%

86%

1st mtge 3y8s series E

1st mtge

1st

85

101 %

Western Light & Telephone Co—

104
102
102

pipe line 5 Vis 1980-M-N
1st mtge pipe line 5s 1981
_M-N

89%

109%
103%

Af-S

1st
.M-N
West Texas Utilities Co—
1st mtge 3Vis 1973
F-A
1st mtge 3s series B 1978_
Af-N
1st mtge 3%s series C 1981—M-N
1st mtge 3%s series D 1985—A-O

__

1st mtge

88%

90%
87%
85%
87%
83%

Af-N
Af-S
Af-N
A-O
A-O

1987—J-J

1st mtge

6Vis debentures 1978
Af-N
1st mtge pipe line 5s 1979
F-A
1st mtge pipe line 5%s 1980-F-A

92%

3s series L 1974
3s series M 1978
2%s ser N 1979
3Vis ser O 1982
3s series P 1984

Line—

Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line—
1st mtge 4%s 1978
J-D

103

Penn Power—

mtge
mtge
mtge
mtge
1st mtge

1st

Trans-Canada Pipe
5.60s Jan 1 1987.
5.85s Jan 1 1987-

5s debentures 1982

Tampa Electric Co—
1st mtge 4 Vis 1988
1st mtge 5s 1990

86
87

A-O
M-N
J-D

A-O

Ask

Bid

Bonds—

"

86%
92%
87%
84%
91%
101%
103%

A-O

f debs 3%s 1977

1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge

Ask

Af-S

88

A-O

87%

Worchester Gas Light Co—
1st s f 3Vis ser A 1969—
1st s f 4s ser B 1973.
1st mtge 5%s series C 1979__J-D

k Last sale, n Nominal, r Canadian price.

--

95%

88%
—

__

__

__

—

108%

62
:i

•

.

\VY'.

.

Public Utility Stocks
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29, 1963

Par

Stocks—

$5.50 series A preferred w w—100
Without warrants
Alabama Power Co—
.100
4.60%
preferred
.100
4.92% preferred
1
Alabama-Term Natural Gas.
American District Telegraph Co
•
American Gas Co
1
.

Anglo Canadian Tel Co class A—10

Appalachian Power Co—

100

•t.50% s I preference
Arizona Public Service Co—
$1.10
preferred
$2.40

preferred serlw

$2.50

5

25

110
102

25%
103
4

A

—

—

26 V*
107
4 Va
55%

54%

ioi;

—

48%

53

n5Z

—20
5

10'
100

preferred.

4.32%

preferred

5.48%
Arkansas

Atlanta

Gas

Light

9b
106

2.50

Gas

Western

Co—
5

Common
4%% preferred
4.44%
preferred

20
32%

100
100

17%

16%
28 Va

30

92
94

Aurora

100
•
-1

(Illinois).

Corp

22

7%

8%
4%

91%

Transit

Baltimore

1

Co

Hydro Electric Co-

17%
19%
102
104

147

82

86

87

91

•

22%

24%

22%
21%
39 %
103

23%

5%

6%

31%
25%

32 %
26%

50

52y2

5

32

1
5

10

Co—
_

33%
50
47

•

preferred

_•
•

10
25

Berkshire Gas Co
Blddeford St Saco Water Co
Black Hills Power <Sc Light com
4.20% preferred—*

1

100

at Elec—

100
100
100
•

preferred

4.78%

Bridgeport Gas Co commor
5.28% preferred
,—

44
43
3 y4
22 V*
33
10

*

•

_5

Connecticut Ry & Lighting.
Connecticut Water Co.

•

50%
—

82

97%
106% 108
40%
42%
40 %
46%
48%
—

27%

20%

Calif Interstate Telephone Co
California-Pacific Utilities—
Common
;
1st 5% preferred
5%
convertible preferred

—

30 %
—

__

5

26%

21%
28%

5

26%

27

20
20

19

34%

__

32%

34

6.25

20%

21%

Common

$1.20 preferred
25
25
$1.24 conv preferredCalifornia Western Gas common_5c
Carolina Natural Gas Corp
1
Carolina Pipe Line
Carolina Power St

$4.20 serial
$5 preferred

Co
Light—

preferred

Carolina Tel <Se Tel Co
Cascade Natural Gas Corp com
55c preferred

1

•

*

20
1

•

Central Hudson Gas St Electric—
4%% preferred
100
4.75%
preferred
100
Central Illinois Elec St Gas —
Common
4

preferred series A.
preferred series C—
4.80% preferred series D.
4.10%

4% %

Central Illinois Light Co—
4.64%
preferred.
Central Illinois Pub Serv
4 % preferred
4.92% preferred
Central Indiana Gas Co.

.100
.100

.100

.100
.100
.100
—5

Central Louisiana Electric

4%% preferred
Central
3%%

Maine

Power

4.60%
convertible
6% preferred
•No

par

preferred

10
100
100
100

•

7%

6%
94

107%

—

6%

—

13
10

92%

14

10%
—

93%

__

28

28%

88

91

100
101

97

3%
23%
38

10%
30

100
100
100
100

/

__

90

7

28%
%
15%

preferred
•
Des Moines Transit Co
1
Detroit St Canada Tunnel
5
Detroit International Bridge
1
Duke Power Co 5.36% pfd B
100
Duquesne Natural Gas common
lc
$1.50 convertible preferred
25

L_
1

17%
18

17%
107 %
27c

__

33c

16

19

47%

50%

19%

20%

23%

Eastern Utilities Associates
10
Edison Sault Electric Co
5
El Paso Electric Co (Texas)—
Common
——•
$4.12 preferred
$4.50 preferred
$4.72 preferred

25%

91
96
101
105

*

El Paso Natural Gas Co-—
4.10% 1st preferred
100
$5 conv 2nd pfd (1957 series)—•
5.36%
preferred
100

94

102% 103%
101

103

—

38
76

Elizabeth Consolidated Gas
Elizabethtown Water Co (N J)

Empire St Bay States Tel gtd
Empire District Electric—•

101%

see

102

103% 107.

V

10

35%

•

24%

79 •
108% no

100

28%

35 kr

50

preferred

38%

n

64

12%

13%

86

89

n—

103%

101
100

101

23%
24%

3

20
100

81

20%
10%
7%

5
1
10

Nominal,

40

63

100

Florida Public Utilities com
$1.12 convertible preference
4%% preferred

k Last sale,

.100
.100

28%
27

24

-

4.58% preferred.
4.60% preferred
Florida Power St Light Co—

94.

38%
26%

50

100

preferred

r

preferred

•

General Telephone Co of Iowa—
5 % % preferred.

25

General Telep Co of Kentucky—
5% preferred
50
5.20% preferred
100
General Telep Co of Michigan—
$2.40 preferred
50
$1.35 preferred
.25
General Telephone Co of the
Northwest 4.80% preferred
25
.

General Telephone of Ohio—
$2.20 preferred
$1.40 preferred
$1.25 preferred

•
*
_•

General Telephone Co of Penn—
$2.10 preferred
*
$2.25 preferred
•
General Telephone Co of the
Southeast 5.80% preferred
25

—

60%

62

230
75

__

19%
19%

20%

21%

22
22%

20%

22

52

—

49%

50%

40
50

—

Telephone Co of the
Southwest 5.10% preferred
20
5%% preferred
—20
5.60% preferred——
20

24%

„

48%

—

48%
2b%

—

22%

—

44%
25%
2b %

—

46
49

47%
51

103

a26%

—

—

—

—

General

$2.20 preferred
*
General Telephone of Wisconsin—
.

preferred

100
100
1

Corp com

5% preferred
5.10% preferred

100
100

$5 voting preferred
80c convertible 2nd preferred
$ff voting preferred

100
1
100

21

21%

20% 21 %
21% 22%
45 v.—

101
91

25%

96%
96%
96%

25%
99

•
98
• n99
* nl04
$4.96 preferred
•
106
$5 preferred
•
103
Gold St Stock Telephone gtd
100
172
Great Lakes Natural Gas Corp—50c
1%
Green Mountain Power
3.33%
18%
Greenwich Gas Co common
*
14
$1.50 preferred
•
25%
Gulf Cities Gas Corp class A
1
2%
Gulf Natural Gas Corp
1
n2%
Gulf Power Co 4.64% pfd
100
97
Hartford Electric Light Co—
$3.90%
preferred
50
4.50% preferred
50
4.96% preferred
50
Hartford Gas Co common
25
8% preferred
25
Haverhill Gas Co
10
Hawaiian Electric Co
6.66%
Hawaiian Telephone Co
5

10
10

Holyoke Street Ry Co
Holoyoke Water Power
Houston Lighting St Power—

•

(ex 5-for-l split)

preferred "$50 par"
preferred "$25 par"
5%% convertible preference—100
5%
5%

■

Equitable Gas Co—
4.36% convertible preferred
Ericsson (L M) Telephone—

page

$2.50

Common

__

102

100

Florida Telephone Corp class A
Florida Water & Utilities
Fort Worth Transit Co

167
117

General Telephone Co of Indiana—
$2 preferred
•

$4 preferred
-Houston Natural Gas Corp

102

5%% preferred (series 1951)_100
5.50% preferred (series 1956)_100
5.65%
preferred
100
5.68% preferred (1957 series )_100
6.40% pfd (2nd 1957 series)—100

4%%
36%

4%

44%

89%

$4.60 preferred (1954 series)
$4.60 preferred (1962 series)
$4.92 preferred '

n3

1st

.

*

3%

42%

—
—

26

98%
—
—

—

—

Georgia Power Co—

104

•

.

100

80
85
89
91
n97

100
100

Class B
Essex Company

20
20
20

$4.50 preferred
General Waterworks

12
95

10

—100

4.20%
preferred
4.28%
preferred
4.56%
preferred
5% preferred
Denver Tramway common

4%%

.20

Telephone Co of Illinois—
$2,375 preferred
•

_.

105% 106%

10
Fitchburg Gas St Electric Light
25
Florida Gas Co
__1
Florida Power Corp—
.100
4% preferred

101% 103%
19%
20%

91
36
74%

—

97

Fall River Gas Co

101% 103
88

•

91

100
*
-*

—

preferred

50
50

Ask
5%

General

$5

—*

preferred
preferred
preferred

4%% conv preferred..
5.28% convertible preferred
General Telephone Co of Calif—
4 % % preferred
New 4%% preferred
5% preferred —
5%% preferred
I
General Telephone Co of Florida

.

:

.

__

49

value, a Called for redemption,
a Ex-rights.

etock dividend,




common

%
5%

34%

100

preferred

23
42

'

Light Co—

Dallas Transit Co common
7% preferred
—
Delaware Power St Light Co—

$5.36

■

28%
7

1

-—.

Water Service
12.50
California Water St Telephone—

California

S4.24
$4.80

•

—

3.70%
preferred
4%
preferred

29%
71%
25

Calgary Power Co.

25 %

—

Bridgeport Hydraulic Co.
Brockton Taunton Gas Co com.
$3.80 preferred.
Buzzards Bay Gas—
6%
prior preferred

23%
24%
49%
88

35%

46

•

Dallas Power St
$4 preferred

5

—

•

Commonwealth Gas Corp
Commonwealth Natural Gas
Commonwealth Telep Co (Pa)
Concord Electric Co
Concord Natural Gas Corp

Light St

42%

92
100

100

preferred

Power

Service Co
10
General Telephone & Electronics—
4.25% convertible preferred
50
4.36% convertible preferred
50
Gas

Bid
3%

24%

Colorado Interstate Gas Co com—5
5.35%
preferred
—100
Columbus & Southern Ohio Elec—'
4%% preferred
100

4%%

4%

9%

9

1

23 Va

141

100
100

77s
37%

16 %C

Cumberland Gas Corp

100

preferred
preferred
4%%
preferred
Barcelona Traction Light
St Power Co Ltd ordinary
7%
4%

7

Co—

Continental Telephone Co.
Corning Natural Gas Corp

22

60

7%
35 %

12.50

10 Ye

5

Common

Blackstone Valley Gas
4%% preferred
Boston
Edison Co—
4.25%
preferred

9%

__

57

1

Bangor

24%

81

$2.04 preferred
$2.00 preferred

102
19

26%

16%C

Connecticut
Common

4

—

51

24%

Telep__50

Class B

$2.20
Atlantic City Electric Co—
4.75%
preferred
Atlantic City Sewerage
Atlantic Utilities Corp—

49

-1.75

Cincinnati St Suburb Bell
Cincinnati Transit Co

4.65%

1

5%

City Gas Co of Florida

19
31

Gary Railways

1
20

Chesapeake Utilities
Utilities
A

5

1

Chattanooga Gas Co
Chenango St Unadilla Telep

Class

Galveston-Houston Co

26%

6
4.15%
preferred
100
4% % preferred
100
5.44% conv series A 2nd pfd
50

Central West Co.

Par

Stocks—

Ask

335%
26%
27%

•
25

—

Arkansas Louisians Gas
90c preferred
Arkansas Missouri Power Co
Arkansas Power St Light Co—

preferred
preferred series A
4.96% preferred
$1.35
$2.50

Citizens

21

n45%

50
50

preferred

Bid
8c

Central Power & Light 4% pfd_100
Central Telephone Co common
10

Central Vermont Pub Serv Co—
Common

102
105 %

50

preferred

$2.36

Ask

Bid

4%

"wts"

Alabama Gas Corp com

Par

Stocks—

OVER-THE-COUNTER
UTILITY STOCKS

25%
—

•

__

22
11

7%

1

Idaho Power Co 4% pfd
Illinois Bell Telephone Co
Indiana Gas St Water Co
Indiana St Michigan Electric—

4% %

52

78

106

182
1%
19

14 %
—

2%
27a

44

50
54
82

43

35%
28%

22%

7%
49

—

29%
23 Va
—

52

89

t33%
51

34%

25%

27%

302

11%

Hugoton Gas Trust "units"
Hugoton Production Co

Indiana

42
48

100

101

100
20
•

100

preferred
Telephone Corp

•
10

Indianapolis Water Co
Inter-County Tel St Tel com
5% preferred series A
Intermountain Gas Co
Inter-Mountain Telephone Co
Interstate Power Co—
4.36% preferred

4.16%
25

12%

43

45%

88%

90
72

70
27%

28%

92%

94%

39
29

42
30

3y%
23%
17%

42%

10

22

17%
22%

50
50
Iowa Electric Light St Power Co—
4.80% preferred
_50

48
53

55

53

56

1

5%% preferred

Iowa-Illinols Gas St Electric—
$4.36

.100

preferred

.100

$4.22 preferred
Iowa Power St Light Co—
3.30% preferred
4.35%
4.80%

Canadian dollar

100
100
100

preferred
preferred

value,

t New stock,

x

97
94
72
95
101%

Ex-dividend,

—

y1

PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS

April, 1963

63

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29. 1963
Bid

Par

Stocks—

Ask

Stocks—

Public Service Co (Iowa)—

Iowa

N

5

27%

3% % preferred
100
4.20% preferred
100
Iowa Southern Utilities common
IS
$1.76 convertible preferred
30

83 %

Common

Supply common
series A

Jamaica Water
$5 preferred

Kansai Electric Power Co—
American deposit receipts
Kansas Gas & Electric Co—
4.28% preferrd series A
4.32%
preferred

•
•

__

48%
97 y4

63%

51 Ya
—

65

95

-5
•

95

96

Kansas Power &

5%

100

t27
101

10

preferred

10

Lawrence Gas Co
Lewiston Gas Light
5 % preferred
:

10

common

100

Lincoln Tel 6s Tel Co common—25
5% preferred
100
5% conv preferred 2nd series_100
Louisiana Power 6c Light Co—
4.16%
preferred
100

4.44%
4.96%

100
100

preferred
preferred
6c Electric

Louisville Gas

25

10

Co

Gas

5%

28

8

50
1

Majestic Utilities
Massachusetts Electric—
4.44% preferred

28
34
49

35%

4.76% preferred

100
100

46
2%
97
105

11%
10%
94%

Power Co com
•
13.50
Michigan Gas & Electric com
10

5% preferred series C
Minneapolis Gas Co common

preferred
1st preferred

$5.10
5%
preferred

106
12

•

31

130

common

5% preferred old
Mobile Gas Service Corp com
4.90%
preferred

Monongahela Light 6s Power
Montana Dakota Utilities—

4.50%
preferred
$4.70 preferred
Montana Power Co¬
gs preferred

20
1
100
100

100
•

27%

15%

83%
91

85%
__

88

104%

1

26%

100
100

50

96
98
28
97
45

.100
.100

94
99

5

100

116
93%

—

28%

29
100

96
102

—

-

107

108%
107% 108%

100 nl03%
%

50

100
100
100

104%

.100
-100

97
81

99
83

preferred series D— .100
_100
preferred series E

102

Co—

preferred series C—

103%

102%

—

—

22%

Nevada Power

20

21%
21%
21%

20
20
25

New
New

England Gas 6s Elec Assn—8
England Power Co 6% pfd 100
4.60%
preferred
100
4.56% preferred
100

110
36
121
nlOO

__

__

__

_

37%

25

103%
44%
46%

50

78

Jersey Natural Gas common.5
preferred
20
New Jersey Power 6c Light—
4.05% preferred
100
6%

n

36%
22%

79%
38%
23 %

85

•No par

4.10% preferred
Pennsylvania Power Co—
4%% preferred
4.24% preferred

10
100

95

101
30%
70
_

97

31%
—

17

sEx-rlghta.

20%

21%

1

99
101

-100
.100

.10

41%

88

89%

100
100

93%

11%

11%

92

50

13%
52%

28%

30%

common

preferred

1
100
100

,

34%

80
90

12%

88

93
99
100

preferred

100
100
100

100%

preferred

100

103

preferred

1
—9
1

100

101

100

94

preferred
preferred

34%

34%
7%

22%

35%
37%
8V2

24%

80
85

100
—.——■■25
25

.100

100
26 %

88

87%
23 %

—25

Southwestern States Telephone.
$1.32 conv preferred
$1.44 conv preferred
Springfield Gas Light CO—

42

100

92

21

4.40% preferred
4.60% preferred
5% preferred

.1
25
-25
.10
.1

Susquehanna Corp
Syracuse Transit Corp.

__

__

23%
103
27

39%
43%

41%
_

45
29

31

7%

7%

21

95

100

93%
103%

100

74

100

101%

103

Transportation-2.50
5% preferred
50
Philadelphia Suburban Water—

14
41%

15

3.75

31%

31%

100

102%

4.64%

preferred
Pennsylvania Power
3.35%
preferred
4.60%

6c

preferred

Common

5%

Tampa Electric Co—
4.32% series A preferred
4.16% series B preferred
5.10% series C preferred
Telephone Inc

Light

Phila Suburban

preferred

Philadelphia Transportation Co

10

8

7%

•
•

82

27%
.73

7.50

Potomac Edison Co 3.60% pfd—100
4.70% preferred series B
100
Potomac Electric Power Co—
$2.44 serial preferred

$2.46

serial

8%
16%
32%
18%

8%
87

29%

53

53%

104
105

26%

105

28%

70%
87%

.100
.100

32%

5

series A preferred
5.25% pfd w w 1959 series
Without warrants
Public Service Co of N C

100
100

32%

99
147

12%

Public Service of Oklahoma—
4% preferred
100
4.24% preferred
100
Puget Sound Power 6s Light Co—
4.84% preferred
100
k Last sale,

n

Nominal,

—

104% 105
r

—

93

95

104% 106
9%
10%

5.10%
5.12%
5.24%
5.25%

preferred

100
100
100
100

preferred
preferred
preferred

Tennessee Natural Gas Lines
Texas Eastern Transmission—
5% preferred
5.125% conv preferred
5.35% subord conv pfd
5.50% 1st preferred
5.52% preferred

preferred

5.75% subord conv
5.80% preferred
5.85% preferred

pfd

l
100

29%
39
—

92%
93%
98
97
97
100
98

99
99

99%

98

99%
101
102
102% 103
100
100
101
101

102
102
102

102%

12%

13%

99% 101
110%

100

109

100

112% 113%

100
100
100
100
100
.100

preferred

28%
36
88

100

102% 104
103
104%
103% 105
140

104% 106
106
107
107

108%

13%

86

97%

5

Tennessee Gas Transmission Co
4.10% preferred
100
4.25% preferred
100
i
4.50% conv 2nd preferred
100
4.60% preferred
-100
4.64% preferred
-100
4.65% preferred
-100
4.72% conv 2nd preferred
-100
4.90% preferred
100

6.70%

103
1

1
l

Class B
$5 non-cum preferred

5.60%

Public Service Co of New Mexico—
5%

1

.

52%

Common

Common

*

4.92% conv 2nd preferred
_100
5% convertible 2nd preferred_100

52

Public Service Co of Colorado—
4.64%
preferred
.100
4.90% preferred
100
Public Serv of New Hampshire-

3.35% preferred
4%% preferred

100

96%

Telephone Service Co. of Ohio—

95

50
50

preferred

100
100

Class A

Piedmont Natural Gas Co com
50c
15%
$5.50 convertible preferred
• nl09
Pioneer Natural Gas Co
3.75
32%
Pioneer Telephone Co
33%c
18

value, a Called for redemption, see page 94.

stock dividend.




100
100

33%

29%

4.36%

103

New Orleans Public Service—

4.36% preferred
4%% preferred
Newport Electric Corp com
3%% preferred
Newport Gas Light Co

33

5
.100

19%
33%

4.15%

88%

•

Portland Gas Light common
$5 preferred
Portland General Electric
__

com.

Southwestern Electric Service
_l
Southwestern Public Service Co—
3.70% preferred
100
3.90% preferred
100

%

10

48
52

36%
96

Southwestern Electric Power—
4.65% preferred
4.28% preferred

26%

90

Line

Common

15

20%

Co

26%

Pennsylvania Gas 6c Water Co-

25%

92

3.75

Southwest Gas Corp common
$1.20 conv prior preferred
Southwest Gas Producing.

25

Electric

34%

27

5.05%
5.35%

17%

10c

5

Pittsburgh Wat 4%% pfd-100

4%%
5%

47%

17%

54

Southern Union Gas Co
4%% preferred
4%% preferred

52%

71
86

*

preferred series F
4.60% preferred series G—

97

Warrants

Water

3.70%
4.05%
4.70%
4.50%

—

Nevada Northern Gas Co—

New. Haven Gas Co

93
46%

5

4.40%

95

Narragansett Electric 4%% pfd—50

5.20% preferred
5.40% preferred
5%% preferred
New Bedford Gas 6s Edison Lt

51
52 %

22%

Southern California Water
5
Southern Gas & Water Co com
•
$4.50 preferred
•
$5 preferred
•
Southern Gulf Utilities Inc
5c
Southern New England Tel
—25

36%

23

Pennsylvania

Co

37

100

Power Co
Gas

5%
_

40%

.

50
50

.100

Panhandle Eastern Pipe
4.64% preferred
Penn Ohio Gas Co

103

100

preferred
Muscle Shoals Natural Gas.

Haven

preferred
preferred.

6.16%

42%

100
99
96

South

:

99
99
34

.3.25
-100
100

preferred

5.64%

38 %
20%

39%

.100

$4.20

4.64% preferred
Natural Gas Pipe Line Co of
America 5%% preferred
5%% preferred
5%% preferred

__

92
96

B

4.52%

Atlantic

100
36
22
22

25

5% preferred
South Georgia Natural Gas Co

102%
30%- 32%

.1.25
35%
20%

100

preferred

Missouri Utilities Co
5% preferred new

New
New

series

25
25
25
25

Southeastern Telephone Co.

Common

33

100

preferred

South

Pacific Gas Transmission Co.
Pacific Power 6c Light Co

12%

Light Co—

4.30%
preferred
Missouri Public Service Co—
4.30%
preferred

36%

100
100
100
100
10

100
12.50

4.36% preferred series A

34%
102

6%

4%
32

Savannah Electric & Power Co_
Sierra Pacific

94

5%
3

—

17 Ya

Otter Tail Power common
$3.60 preferred
$4.40 preferred

2%

19 %
18%

100

Missouri Power &

80
90

3

102

preferred series A
preferred series B
4.70% preferred series C
4.70% preferred series D
5%% preferred series E

56
80

54

100

.100

Corp.

102%

67

16%

com

preferred

100
91

4%%
4%%

98%

100

100
100
100

.

St. Joseph Light 6c Power—
5% preferred A
San Jose Water Works com
96

6%

87
91

.

$50 units
$20 units

6%

—100
—100

Rocky Mountain Natural Gas

62

9.50

preferred
Orange 6c Rockland Utilities—
4.65% preferred series A
$4.92

Transit

Ask

26

<Vfl>
Electric—

pfd series K

Rochester

__

110

93
94
94

100

&

Bid

1
5

Rochester Telephone Corp—
5%
preferred

13

Co—

Gas

C!n

Gas

•

Oklahoma Natural Gas Co—
4%% preferred A

37%

18%
17%

Mississippi Power Co 4.60% pfd-100
Mississippi Power 6s Light Co—
4.36%
preferred
100
4.56%
preferred
100
Mississippi Valley Gas Co
5
Missouri Natural Gas Co
2.50

5.52%

28%
37

21%

10

common

106
107

100

Telephone Co of

Middle States

61%

..100

4.08% preferred
4.20% preferred
4.40% preferred
4%% preferred

101
105

21%

•
•

4.95%

4%
1%

Ohio Power Co—

100

preferred

3.90%

__

97%
96

2.50

Mid-America Pipeline Co
Mid-Continent Telephone Corp
Middlesex Water Co common

Illinois

4%%

93

100

preferred

Michigan Gas Utilities

18

25

100

5.72% preferred
5%% preferred
Northwestern Public Serv

90

99
103

12%
a35%

100

preferred

Northwest Natural
Common

104
130

Mexican Light 6c
$1 preferred

4.40%

25%
29%

100
29
12
89

81%

1%

100

preferred

class A preferred.

Par

.

...

4% preferred series F
4.10% preferred series H
4%% preferred series I
4.10% preferred series J

13%

4

—10
5

Northern Ontario Natural Gas

Co—

Maine Public Service
4.75%
preferred

5%%

4%%
4%%

v

rtns

Rochester

17%

—5
5

Ohio Water Service Co

25

Madison Gas & Electric

7%

27%
102%

(Ky)—

5% preferred
Lowell Gas Co

Lynn

—

h26

25
10
100

R.nnnnlfP

92
101
101
12

4.22%
preferred
100
4%% preferred
-100
4.40% conv junior preference—40
4%%
preferred
100
Northern Ohio Telephone com—100

17

"5

preferred series B
preferred series C
Superior Hist Power com

5%

100

100
100

Northern Indiana Public Service

Gas Co—

4.56%
Lake

100

Telephone Corp

La Crosse

102

99
101 Ya

Stocks—

Ask

33%

Light Co—

4%% preferred
5% preferred
Kentucky Utilities Co—
Common (ex 2-for-l split)
4%% preferred
Laclede

31%

Bid

Quebec Natural Gas Corp

North Penn Gas Co
North Shore Gas Co (111)
North Shore Gas (Mass)
Northern Illinois Gas Co com
5% preferred
5.50% preferred

19%

Kansas-Nebraska Natural Gas—
Common
$5 preferred

Par

...

4%% preferred (1949 series)—100
Niagara Frontier Transit System_10
Nippon Electric Co Ltd—
American dep shares
50 yen
North Carolina Nat Gas Corp—2.50
North Carolina Telephone Co
1

90

19 Yt

100
100

28%

-

Y State Electric 6s Gas—
4.15% preferred series 1954
4.50%
preferred

Canadian

Texas Electric Service Co—
$4 preferred
$4.56 preferred
$4.64 preferred

91
99

$5.08 preferred
Texas Gas Producing.

dollar

value,

t New

stock,

-250
x

101

101
104
15

Ex-dividend,

16 y4

y

]

PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS

64

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29, 1963

Par
Texas Gas Transmission Corp—
5%% conv 2nd preferred
100
4.96%
preferred
100
5.40% preferred
100
Stocks—

Texas

Power

&

127
1001
101

United Transit Co
5% preferred
102

United

102%

_•

$5.26 preferred
•
$5.60 preferred
•
$5.70 preferred
*
$5.96 preferred
*
Tucson Gas & Electric Lt & Pow_5
_

Utilities

102
103

22%

23%

23%

4%%
United
United

preferred

Illuminating Co
Telephone Co of Pa—

4%%preferred
United Traction
•No
dividend,




par
z

series

A

(Albany)

value,

Ex-rights.

a

Industries

-100

26

n2e%

2

15%

Corp

38%
42

——

—'

preferred

•

16%

Power

&

$2.55
21%
7%

25
50c
5
50

Cos

Gas

com

preferred series A
preferred series B

50

50

preferred 1st series
preferred 2nd series

50
50

-

preferred

*
50

—

25%

8%

88
128
105
105

Washington Natural Gas Co.
West Coast Telephone Co—

10

34

36%

5

23
n54

23%

25

90

Western Utilities Corp
.
White River Propane Gas
Wisconsin Electric Power Co—

2.60%
Wisconsin

preferred
Michigan Power—

1

,

100
•

96

98

35%

36%

100
•

96
19

Ohio Gas

16%
77%

5
*

Penn Power Co
West Texas Utilities 4.40% pfd_100
Westcoast Transmission Co Ltd
*
Western Gas Service
2
Western Kentucky Gas
5

see

page

94.

k Last

sale,

n

Nominal,

17%
80

95

12%
17%
23
r

34%
25%

35%

32

33%
33%

32%
49%
49%
49
49

51

51%
50

53
53

50
54
54

53

54

14

14%

1

2%

100

79%

4% %
preferred
.100
Wisconsin Power & Light Co—

15%
West
West

Ask

23

Common

__

Called for redemption,

5

preferred
Western Massachusetts

4.72%
4.72%

Bid

Light & Telephone—

5.44% preferred
$2.75 preferred

-•
_*
-•

106
107

Par

1

5%

Western
4.75%
4.75%

—.i.

Electric

$1.44 junior conv preferred
15

9b

25
—25

Common

1

36%
41V4

.

Common

— —

issues

$4.25

(HI)—*

Common
United Gas Improvement—

_

Stocks—
Western

6

$4.60 convertible preferred
$4.80 preferred
$5 serial preferred

_

104%

&

40

5
9

Ask

Washington (D. C.) Gas Light—

23'/8

51%
53
99% 101 %
102
104
105

b%

& Power Co—
listed NYSE
10
Virginia Telep & Teleg Co_
1
Volunteer Natural Gas
All

&
Cities Gas Corp

Inc
._

Virginia

$4.90 preferred

United

Utilities

Peninsula Power
preferred
Utah Power & Light Co—
$1.28 preferred series A
$1.18 preferred series B

.100

Trans-Canada Pipe Lines Ltd.
Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line—
Common
50c
$2.55 preferred
•

—

5%%

99
98
99

Toledo Edison Co—
4.56% preferred

common

Bid

1
—50

Upper

85

preferred
preferred

Par

8tocks—

Ask

Light Co—

$4 preferred
$4.56 preferred
$4.76
$4.84

Bid

13%
18%
25%

5

4.40% preferred
4.80% preferred
4.96% preferred
Wisconsin Public Service
5%
preferred
5:04% preferred
5.08% preferred
Wisconsin Southern Gas
York County Gas
York Water Co

Canadian dollar value,

t New stock,

100
100
100

98

24%

24%

n94
101

102%

Corp—
100
100
100
10

102%
102%
104
20

20

34

1q
x

80%

34

Ex-dividend,

y

Ex-stock

April, 1963

65

Investing Companies Stocks :and Bonds
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29. 1963

NOTICE—All bonds

prices

are

"and interest" except

OVER-THE-COUNTER

STOCKS

AND

Stocks and Bonds—

BONDS
Par

Aberdeen Fund Inc.
-25c
Admiral Finance 6 Vis 1970Advance Growth Capital Corp—--1
Advisers Fund Inc_
1
Aetna Finance Company common
1
6%s conv subord debs 1975 —F-A
Affiliated Fund Inc
1.25
Aid Investment As Discount Inc—
6% capital notes 1972
M-S
All-State Credit class A_
10c
Allied Empire Corp
1
Allied Finance Co
5
American Business Shares Inc
1
American Discount Co of Georgia-*
American European Securities
*
American Financial Corp
•
American Growth Fund Inc
lc
American Investors Corp
1
American Investors Fund—
1
American Mutual Fund Inc.—— 1
American Realty Trust
1
Amer Savings
Anchor Corp

St Loan Assn
33 %c
class B non-vot
50c
Anderson New England Cap Corp—1
Arizona Bancorporation
10
Associated Fund Inc trust shares—*
Atkinson Finance
5 % preferred

Bid

■iVz

~3%
6.97

$1.50 preferred
6% convertible B preferred
6'As capital debs ww 1976.
Avemco Finance Corp.

25

10
p-A

81

27

28

26%
19 Va

27%
21%

5.74

6.21
1 Vi

3%

9.79

9%
7%
14 y8

13

b%

7

22
1.50

1.65
22%

11%

121/4

11%
9y8

10

123/4

4.58
6 Va
%

5.00
6%
%

22
7
101

-50c

5.45

Canada Ltd

Baystate

Beneficial Corp
Beneficial Finance Co—
4.45s debentures 1988
Blue Ridge Mutual Fund Inc
Bondstock Corp
Boston Capital Corp
Boston Fund Inc
Boston Investment

Bullock

1
50o

Fund Ltd
1
Funds. Inc
8
California Financial Corp.
5s conv subord debs 1977
AO
California Fund Inc
l
California Growth Capital Inc
5
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
lc

Capital Southwest Corp
Carolinas Capital Corp

1

1
2.50

Century Shares Trust (Boston)
I
Channing Corp
1.50
Channing Financial Corp com
1
80c convertible preferred
1

7%

1
25c
com

preferred

C I T Financial Corp—
5Vis debentures 1980
4%s debentures 1979
Series debentures—

4%s
4%s.
4%s_
4%s4%s_

1.25
100
J-J
J-J

July 1 1963
July 1 1964
July 1 1965
-July 1 1966

.July 1 1967
-July 1 1968
4%S_
July 1 1969
4%S.
July 1 1970
Citizens St Southern Capital Corp_l
Civic Finance Corp
f
4 Vis.

,

Coburn

Credit

Common,

59%
37%

35%

102

12.40
4.99
9
10.31

12%

13%

13.56

14.66

94

Q-J

Business

Chase Fund of Boston
Chemical Fund Inc
Christiana Securities Co

58

8%

inc debs 2010

Centennial Fund Inc
Central Invest Corp of Denver

10.51

9.43
139

Investing Corp

series A
Subord cap

11.70

101 y»
11.35
4.57

Budget Finance Plan—
6s

9.41
4.14

9.62

-7.50
1

Brentwood Financial Corp
Broad Street

8.66
3.79
10.76

25c

Corp

43/4
5.92

98
14.05

12.82
6 Va

6%

121
6.79
5%

124
7.42
5%

n%

3/4

16.42
16.83
10.39

17.95

10.38
5%

and

1%
13.81

100

Commonwealth Realty Trust—
Certificates of beneficial interestCommonwealth Stock Fund
1

Composite Bond St Stock Fund
Composite Fund Inc

50c
50c

Concord Fund Inc
Congress Street Fund Inc

1

80

a

9%
15
6.20

10 y4

10.61

11.54
221

215
133

6~78
139

106%
102'A 103 Va

105

100%
101
101%
102
102%

1023/4
103 Va
103%
4

13%

Class B
Consolidated Investment Trust
1
Consumers Acceptance Corp—
Class A
10c
Continental Capital Corp
10
Continental Fund Distributors—
Continental Growth Fund Inc
lc
Continental Investment Corp
3%
Continental Mortgage Investors
*
Corporate Leaders Trust Fund B
Crown Western Investments Inc—

Diversified

Income Fund

1

9%
15.63

9.30
8.28
11.87

10%
17.08
10.11

9.00
12.84

__

__

Vegh Investing Co Inc..
Vegh Mutual Fund Inc
Delaware Fund Inc
De
De

8%
19.25
11

8%

8 3/4
20.75

11%
9%

%
6.75
12
10%
19.39

21.17

6.65

7.28

17.02
58.10
10.90
10.31

Delaware Income Fund Inc
Delaware Valley Financial Corp—
Class A

3

Class B
Delta Capital Corp
Dempster Investment Co

1%
5%

7.38

121%
11 y8

17.19
58.69
11.91
11.27

3%
1%
63/8

6%

Denver Real Estate Inv Assn

•

lc

Devonshire Street Fund Inc.
Dial Finance Co

Distributors Group Inc "A"

.5c

Diversification Fund Inc_
Diversified Growth Stock Fund
1
Diversified Investment Fund
1
Diversified Trustee Shares ser C
1
Dividend Shares Inc
—25c
Dow Theory Investment Fund Inc.l
Dreyfus Fund Inc_
1
Eastern Finance Corp (Va)
1
Eaton St Howard Balanced Fund 50c
Eaton St Howard Stock Fund
50c
Economic Investment Trust—
3s series B 1964
..J-J

Electronics Capital Corp
1
Electronics Investment Corp
1
Electronics International
Capital Ltd
£1
Electro-Science Investors Inc com_l
5%s debs esr A 1972
M-S

Empire Financial Corp
j.
Empire Fund
Energy Fund Inc
1
Equitable Credit Corp (N Y)—
20c participating preferred
2
Equitable Credit St Discount—
6%s junior conv sub debs '77 F-A
-

Common

9

10%

2%
*9.48

3%

36%
5

6

*20.85
8.20
9.01

15%
3.28
4.09
16.15

nl3A
12.35
13.36

97%
8%
5.30

8^99
9.87

3~60
5.07

17.55

2%
13.34
14.44
__

93/4
5.79

5

5%

1%

2

67

16%

16

*22.66
*20.46

5%
90

93

1%

2%

Equitable Savings St Loan Assn
Equity Fund Inc.

35%
8.55

36 Vt
8.56

10c

%

%

.1

.1

25%
*43.69

1

9.92

i~0~88

5c

43/4
63/4

5%

Corp.
.

Federated Investors Xnc—
Class B non-vot-

Fidelity
Fidelity
.Fidelity
Fidelity

America Financial Corp 10c
Capital Fund Inc
1
Fund Inc
1
Trend Fund Inc
1
Fiduciary Mutual Invest Co Inc
1
Finance Co of Pennsylvania
10
Financial Corp of Santa Barbara—1
Financial Industrial Fund Inc
lc
First Bank Stock Corp
10
First Boston Corp
10

—

__

4%
15 Va

11.12
xll.90

First

First

Research
Corp
Small Business

10c

27

99%
94

100%
99%
105

7'A
14V4
93/4
17%
6

9%
7%
2

7%
4

19%
43/8

73/4
15%
10%
18%

104

104
13%
a

conv

subord

Called

for

redemption,

see

6.35
2.20

*

2%

*

page

5.83
10.31

94.

98
115
100
101%
101% 102%
—

J-D

1981

General America Corp.
5
General Contract Finance Corp—
5 % •» conv preferred series A
20
General Corp of Ohio
l
General Investors Trust
1
_

General Motors Acceptance Corp
of Canada Ltd—
4s June 1 1964
43/4S Dec 15 1969
Gibraltar Financial Corp of Calif—

4%s conv subord debs 1976—J-D
Government Employees

Corp

2

Great Southern Real Estate Trust. •
Great Southwest Corp
1

Greater Washington Indus Invests-l
Greenfield Real Estate Inv Tr
•

Group Securities Inc—
Aerospace-Science

113

Gulf-Southwest

Capital

116

19%

20

18

18%

6.71

7.19

91%
89y4

92%
90%

102% 104%
30
10%
16%
4%
16 y4

31%
11%
18%
5%

17%

lc

6.53

7.16

lc

12.77

lc
1
l
1

13.98

9.32

10.21

11%
17.48
*21.21

18.01

l

Common (The> Stock Fund
Fully Administered Shares
Growth Capital Inc
Growth Industry Shares Inc
Guardian Mutual Fund Inc

5%

~6%

Corp

Hamilton Funds Inc—
Series H-C7
Series H-DA
Hamilton Management Corp—
Class A com non-vot
Hawthorne Financial Corp
Hilton Credit Corp..
Home Mtge St Investment

J M
16

5.01
4.90

ic

1
1

12

11%
3%

12%

5.48
__

133/J,
12%
3%

n60

Illinois Capital Investment Corp
1
Imperial Capital Fund Inc
1c
Imperial Fund Inc
c
Income Foundation Fund
10c
Income Fund of Boston Inc
1
Incorporated Income Fund
1
Incorporated Investors
1
Institutional Shares Ltd—
Institutional Foundation Fund.lc
Institutional Growth Fund
lc
Institutional Income Fund
lc
—

Insurance Securities Inc.
International Resources Fund Inc_lc
Interstate Finance Corp
1
Interstate Securities Co
5
Investment Co of America
1
Warrants
Investment Corp of Florida
2c
Investment Trust of Boston
1
Investors Capital Exchange Fund

Investors Diversified Services—
Class A non-voting
Investors Group Funds—
Investors Mutual Inc Fund—

33/4

4%

7.53
3.32

8.19
3.61
2.57
8.68
10.20

2.35
7.94

9.33
6.90

Investors Stock Fund
Investors Selective Fund

7.54

11.62
10.01
6.90

12.71
10.95
7.55

17%

18%

4.54

4.96

19%
11%

20
12%
10.69
14
2y8
12.35

9.78
13

1%
11.30

*78.07

198

2.45
6.13
2.54
7.57

Istel

Fund

Japan

Inc

(The)

l

Fund Inc.

11.17
17.97
10.33

208
12.07
19.43
11.08
6.90
6.24

3
6.34
11.27

2.70
6.74
2.79
8.32

k Last sale,

6.39
5.77
11.18
34.89

12.22
35.59

.1

12%

_1

*12.95

Class A com non-vot.
B-l Investment Bond Fcnl
1
B-2 Medium-Grade Bond Fund
1
B-3 Low Priced Bond Fund—1
B-4 Discount Bond Fund
1
K-l Income Fond
1

16%

17%

25.12
x2 2.71
16.25
9.77

26.21
24.78
17.74
10.66
10.13
5.49
23.13

Johnston Mutual Fund Inc

-

Lazard

5.81
2.01

lc
le

-M-N

4%
31%

10c
1
Corp—

lc

debs

98

8%
4%
21

11%
4%

-—la

8.18

Acceptance Corp—

deb 4%s 1971.
Subord deb 5s 1970.
Subord deb 6Vis ww 1974.
Senior debs 5%s 1976.
6s senior debentures 1980.

K-2 Growth Fund.
S-l High-Grade Com Stk Fund-l
8-2 Income Com Stoclr Fund
1
S-3 Growth Com Stk Fund
1
S-4 Low Priced Com Stk Fond
1
Keystone International Fund Ltd_l
Knickerbocker Fund_
1
Knickerbocker Growth Fond Inc 1

7»/s
10%
8 34
2%

3%

1

Franklin Custodian Funds—
Bond series
Common stock series
Preferred stock series
Utilities series

6%

10c

Keystone Custodian Funds Inc

11

Foursquare Fund Inc

99

53%

A

88%

._1

Florida Growth Fund Inc
Florida Mutual Fund
Founders Mutual Depositor
(Colo) class A
Founders Mutual Fund

10.28

class

84%

Florida Bancgrowth Inc

1

10%

7.50
9-38

4.16
60

14%

30

Capital Corp

9%

Inc.

Investors Variable Paymt FundInvestors Intercontinental
Investors Research Fund
1

15.14
12.64
18.40
78

Investment
Corp of N J
1
First Southern Co_
1
1
First Surety Corp.
First Virginia Corp.
1
First Western Financial Corp
1
Florida

Ask

int

7%
8.77
16.37
13.74
19.89
81
16
4.50
61

8.07

12.18

13.01
1%

Bid

38%

._*
4
20c

First Midwest Capital Corp
5
First Mortgage Investors
•
First National Real Estate Trust-*

__

7y8

106
113/4

foif Business

General
Senior

Par

Realty—

.

Financial

First Connecticut Small
Business Investment Co
1
First Financial Corp of the West-*
First Investors Corp class A
1
First Lincoln Financial Corp
•

—

63/4

1

Funds

__

*84.95

Federal Street Fund Inc.
Federated Growth Fund

1%
15.09

•Without par value. "tNet asset value.
*Ex-dividend, y Ex-stock dividend.




Shares <s of beneficial
Fund of America Inc
Fundamental Investors

6%

5%
til.30

listed ASE
Colonial Acceptance Corp—
Colonial Fund, Inc.
Colonial Growth St Energy Shares. 1
Commerce Investment Corp
1
Commercial Credit Co—
3 % % notes due 1965
J-D
3%% notes 1976
T-A
4V*% notes 1974
A-O
4%% subord notes 1977
If-S
5% notes 1977
J-D
4Ya% notes 1978
J-f
4%% notes 1979
J-J
4%% notes 1980
M-N
5Yt% notes 1980
J-J
Commonwealth Financial Corp
10

10.78
10.58

Far West Financial

bond

1st

9,82
9.65

6

now

Class A common

General Fund Inc
Commonwealth
Investment
Commonwealth Loan 4% pfd

11.38

Co—

preferred

Franklin

1
1

bonds

Stocks and Bonds—

Ask

10.58

Equity Investment Corp

18.21
11.36

defaulted

9.68

Developers Small Business
Investment Corp

4%

Axe-Houghton Fund A Inc
J
Axe-Houghton Fund B Inc
1
Axe-Houghton Stock Fund Inc
1
Axe Science St Electronics Corp—lc
Axe-Templeton Growth Fund of

and

income

-

Commonwealth Income Fund lnc_l
Commonwealth International St

223/4

20 ya
68

Bid

and

Consolidated Credit Corp—

4.36

*15.07
8.76
9«/4
7%

Par

"{"

5s

12

1

25c

Class A purchase wts

8.45

76
•J Ye
10
37
4.03

-33 %c

Automobile Banking Corp com

15
112

7.81

-10c
-10c
5

Class B common
Atlas Finance Co Inc

2.34

6.32
14 %
ioy

100

Atlas Credit Corp commc

Ask

2.14
98 %

5

com

Atomics Physics & Science
Fund Inc

where marked

*

(The) Fund Inc
1
Lexington Income Trust
—1
Liberty Loan Corp common
1
5%% conv preference
25
.

Life Insurance Investors Inc
Life Insurance Stock

Fund Inc

Loomls-Sayles Canadian St
International Fund Ltd
Loomls-Sayles Mutual Fd Inc
Lytton Financial

1
1

9.28
5.02
21.20
12.58
X13.82

4.04
13.87

6.11
5.03
15.37
10.99
45%
31S/4
16.42
6.08

13
__

13.71
15.08
4.42
15.01

6.69
6.13
16.25
12.01
48

32%
17.95
6.63

11

*29.16
*15.10
31%

31%

2

2%

23/4

General Industries shares

lc

1.70

Special Investment shares

lc

1.47

1.86
1.61

Major Finance Corp
Managed Funds—

n Nominal,

1

r Canadian dollar value,

t New

INVESTING COMPANIES SECURITIES

66

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29, 1963
NOTICE—All

Stocks and Bonds—

bonds

Par

Massachusetts Investors Trust—
Shares of beneficial interest 33 Vac
Mass Investors Growth Stock
Fund Inc
1
Massachusetts Life Fund
1
Medical Securities Inc
1
Mercantile Financial Corp
2
Midland Capital Corp
1
Midland-Guardian Co
•
...

.

Mid-States Business Capital
Midwestern Corp
Minnesota

1

1

Capital Corp

10c

Monmouth Capital Corp
Morton (B C) Fund Inc—
Growth Series
Insurance Series
Mutual Investing Foundation
Mutual Investment Foundation
Growth Fund
Mutual Investment Fund
Mutual Shares Corp
Mutual Trust Inc—
.

Shares

of

1

beneficial

8%

14.03

15.33

7.78
22.61
9.76

8.50
24.75
10.67
16

14 Y*
77/s

15%
8%
11%

7%
11
48c
5

52c

5%

8.25

1

6.78
9.04

14.82

16.03

1

$14.27

lnterest_25c

2.77

■

Narrangansett-Capital Corp

National Realty Investors
Nat'l Securities ft Research
National Securities Series—

—

4%

23.62

14.62

%
15.81

n%
73/4

12%
8%

11.46
xb.00
x3.92
7.24
5.81
7.87

12.58
6.56
4.28
7.91

8%c
1

1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1

6.34

11.37
9.15

8.60
8.55
12.29
9.24

$15.32
4ya

~4%

11.77

12.86

7.82

37
$15.49

_i

12.55
14.42
5.78
5%

-1

Over-The-Counter Sec Fund Inc

1

Oxford Finance Cos Inc

1

Parker Finance Corp

^

10c

Oppenhelmer Fund Inc

Bid

Ask

1

14.71

14.86

Provident Fund for Income Inc
1
Puerto Rico Capital Corp
1
Puritan Fund Inc
1
Putnam (George) Fund of Boston—
Ctfs of beneficial Interest
1
Putnam Growth Fund
1

4.07

4.45

4%

5

8.26

8.93

14.59

8.37

15.86
9.10

Quarterly Distribution Shares Inc-1

6.88

7.52

Research Investing _
Revere Fund Inc
Ritter Finance Co—
6% conv preferred.
-50
6 Vis subord sf debs 1975 ww_3f-N
Rlttenhouse Fund
Rochester Capital Leasing Corp—

10.33
9.98

11.29
10.85

St Louis CapltaL
Science Capital Corp

52
_

15

8%
—1
25c
1

Scudder Fund of Canada Ltd
Scudder Stevens ft Clark Fund

J-J
A-O
Af-S

50c

43
13/72

15.76
6.82
5%

103% 104 %
102 ya
96

4%

-

5

Scudder

Stevens

ft

8%

3%

3%

$13.73
$18.81

__

__

Clark—

Centennial

*

Selected American Shares Inc

1.25

Shareholders Trust of Boston
1
Shares in American Industry Inc
Shawmut Association
*

Sierra Capital Corp
Small
Co

•

Business Investment
of New York

—

96
X9.23
xlO.74

11.74
14.93
41 %

5%

5%

Corp
Southeastern General Corp
Southwestern Capital Corp

11%

2
l
10c

Investment Co
Southeastern Capital

2,990

1

2.50
MS
Sf S
50c

9.98

13.69
38 Vi

1

Smith

Southwestern Investment Co
5 Vis senior notes 1975
5%s capital notes 1975
Southwestern Investors Inc

5%
1 Vi
5%

12
98
8.21

12
__

6
2
6

12%
101

$14.49

__

Southw't'n Research ft Gen Inv
Sovereign Investors Inc

5

4%

1

5%

Spring Street Capital Co

14.23

15.58

l

6

State Loan <52 Finance Corp—
Class A
6%
preferred
25
3%s debentures 1966
M-N
5.40s s f debs 1980
3-J
5.40s s f debs 1981
J-D
6s subord s f debs 1977 ww
M-S
5 Vis subord s f debs '78 ex
M-N
5%s 1978 ww
M-N
State Street Investment Corp
10
.

Pennsylvania

Real

Estate

Investment Trust

Pennsylvania Utilities Investments
Peoples Securities Corp
50c
Philadelphia Fund Inc
t
Pine Street Fund Inc
Pioneer Finance Co
Pioneer Fund Inc

50c
1
2.50

10
20
7.38

11
23
8.09

10.88

11.92

11.56

11.68

8%
9.33

9Vi
10.20

Ex-dividend ^Ex-elSck dividend!"'value. a Called for redemption, see




$36.36

.1

$30.53

Sterling Investment Fund Inc.

.1

11.86

Techno Fund Inc
Television-Electronics Fund
Television Shares

9%
5%

sya
11.57

4%
3%
12.64

1
1
•

7%
10%
27%

11%
29%

25c

;

.1
80c
1

%
5%
91%

6y2
93%

17%

18%

Thrift Investment Corp common
$1.50 conv preferred
Towscnd Corp of America—
1

preferred
Traders Finance 5%s 1973
Trans-Coast

3%
7.81

8%

.lc

10c

Consumer Finance
Fund Inc

Common
5%
conv

12.82

3%

Management Corp
Templeton Damroth Corp
Texas Capital Corp
Texas
Texas

__

7.17

Investment

4%

2%

10
J-J

Co

8%

iya

Transcontinental Investing Corp—
Class A common
6%s conv subord debs 1981
Tri-Continental Corp—
3%s debs series A 1966

1

9ya
80

Bf-S
Century Growth Investors_10c

UBS Fund

9%
88

99%
3.69

4.03

-1

10.17

10.82

.1
.1

of Canada-

Union Financial Corp
United Funds Canada
United Funds Inc—
United Accumulative Fund
United Continental

7%

8%
19.17

United Income Func
United Science Fund
United International Fund

6%

22%
27

94
97

102%
110
97
106
38.25

99

108
40.75

15.13
7.36
13.01
6.90

Ltd

£1

6.31
9.72

United Investors Corp. (Del.)—
Class A
United Pacific Corp

.1
1

39%

Realty ft Invest Co of N J-1.50

9%
5%

10 %

6.18
5.19

6.78
5.67

U

S

3%

U S

10.66

4
40%

Realty Investments (Ohio)

Shares of beneficial Interest

Value Line Fund Inc
Value Line Income Fund Inc
Value Line Special Situations
Fund Inc

10c

Vance, 8anders St Co Inc
Virginia Capital Corp

50c
1

1

2.86
17

5%

Waddell ft Reed cl A com n-V_
Wall Street Investing Corp.
Wallace Investments
Inc.

16%
9.06

Wellington Equity Fund Inc
Wellington Fund
Wellington Management Co-

3.13

18%
6%
18
9.90

6%

1

Corp

7%

7%

10.37

Washington Mutual Inv Fund Inc.l
Washington Real Estate
Investment Trust
Water Industries Capital

21%
261/2

17.64
13.84
6.73
11.90

.

~8~87

Square Mutual Fund—

Ctfs of beneficial Interest.

-1

Ask

—

$14.30

Fund Inc

Securities Invest Co of St Louis—
4%s debs 1968
J-D

$10.88

Bid

Par

Stein Roe ft Farnhaxn—
Stock Fund

20th

Common Stock Fund

Second

Stocks and BondsStein Roe ft Farnum
Balanced Fund Inc—

Thorp Finance Corp.
48
99
$12.79

4%

21.84

-

4%s debentures 1971
4Vis capital debs 1967

2.83

1
1
1

New England Fund
New Horizons R P Fund Inc
New York Capital Fund Ltd
ltd
North River Securities (N Y)
1
Nucleonics Chem ft Electronics Shs_l

Pacific Finance Corp
3 Vis debenture 1965

10.14

•

Oceanic Trading Co
Ohio Capital
One William Street Fund Inc_

Par

4.49

1

Balanced series
Bond series
Dividend series
Preferred stock series
Income series
Stock series
Growth stocks series.

Stocks and Bond*—

Price (T Rowe) Growth Stock
Fund Inc

14
1

(Md)

where marked "i" and income and defaulted bonds

"and interest" except

8%

14%

4.15
9.24

Nation Wide Secur Co Inc
National Capital claaa A
National Investors Corp

Penn

8 V*

6.16

—

„

are

Ask

Bid

.1

Marine Capital Corp

prices

11.33

6

1

a9%

6%
9%

1

13.23
14.17

14.38
15.45

1

Class A common (non-voting) _10c
West Bay Financial
1
Westland Capital Corp
1
Westminster Fund Inc
■
Whitehall Fund Inc_
.1
Wmfleld Growth Indus Fund Ine_10c
Wisconsin Fund Inc
1

page 94. kLast sale, n Nominal, r Canadian dollar value.

23%
7%
6%
$10.70

_

13.18
7.19
6.62

25

8ya
6%

14" 2 5
7.86

7.16

tNew stock.

April, 1963

s

67

.

Industrial and Miscellaneous Securities
heading "Industrial

Under the
the previous three

and Miscellaneous Securities"

NOTICE—All

Bonds-

INDUSTRIAL AND

British

BONDS
Bid

Ask

ACF-WYigley Stores Ino—
4%s conv subord debs 1972- A-O
Abitibi Power St Paper—
1st 3%s series A 1967
A-O
4%a series A 1966

6 Vis series C 1977
U-N
Acme Steel Company—
4%s s f debs 1977—
-J-D
Aerojet-General Corp—
5Vis s f debentures 1981——Af-N
Albee Homes Inc—
5s conv subord debs 1982
J-D
Allegheny Airlines Inc—
6 Vis conv subord debs 1975
F-A
Allegheny Pepsi-Cola Bottling—
6%s sub s f debs 1977 w w
J-D
Without warrants
Allied Stores Corp- 4%s 1976—U-N

100

American Brake Shoe Co—
4%s s f debentures 1982——F-A
4%s 8 f debentures 1987
F-A
American Cement Corp—
5s s f debentures 1978
-A-O
American Electronics Ino—
5 Vis conv subord debs 1973
A-O

104

94

96 %

98%

99%

—

—

4%s

71

76

145

150

160
93

167
95

100

—

83%

85%

97%
102

—

debs '77
American President Lines 5s

Af-S
1981

100

—

American Saint-Gobain Corp—
5yas subord conv debs 1983—A-O
American Silica Sand—
3-5s 1973 ws
Aneiez Corp—
5Vis subord debs w w 1974

62

Without warrants
Arcs

3-D

F-A

subord

debs

1972

Arkansas Valley Industries—

6s conv subord debs 1977
Arlan's Dept Stores Inc—
4 Vis conv subord debs 1982
Ashland Oil St Refining Co—

debentures 1970
4%s s f debentures
3s

4.35s

s

Af-N

A-O

subord debs 1970
A-O
subord debs 1972_F-A

conv

subord debs

1977

Bell Electronic Corp—
5 Vis conv subord debs
1977
Benson Manufacturing Co—
6s conv subord debs 1971

Berman Leasing Co—
5Vis

conv

subord

debs

25

123

40

87%
—

87
92
100 y4

101%

101

89

100%
~

103

95

98%

—

107

109

150

—

101

—

102% 103%
101
123

103

86

91

f4

6

65

69

110
106

112
108

f__

50

116% 121

A-O

61

66

63%

72

M-N

J-J

6Vis

conv subord debs 1972—A-O
Units
Bristol-Mvers Co—
3 Vis
debentures 1977
J-D
British American Oil—
3Vis s f debs 1974
M-.7

tNet asset value,

106% 108
78

—

"

101

f99

—

53

55

75
90

85
110

88

—

79%
a

f

debs

1977

fl32

JP-A

112

81%

Called for

—

114%

fgQ'/a
94
99%

-J-D

82

97
—

91

4%s s f debentures 1983Calif Eastern Aviation Inc—
6s conv 1968
F-A
Campbell Chibougamau Mines Ltd—
6s. 1st mtge s f conv 1968
M-N
Canada Dry Ginger Ale Ino—
4s s f debentures 1976
J-D
4% conv sub debs 1981
J-J
Canada Steamship Lines—
1st 4s 1966
J-D

93

100 %

101%

98

—

98

110

97

-Af-N

—

90%

91%

81

83

Capital Airlines—
75

conv

Cary Chemicals Inc—
6 Vis subord debs 1979

85

•

x-s

F-A

100

M-S

86
92

88
95

82~-

84

105

110

103

—

fl26
136

—

81

85

n90

100

102%

—

670
104
224

690

105% 106 %
95
112
97

97

115%
—

87

—

57
71
94

ww

'

101% 102%
112

subord
Units

FMC

s

f

124

debs

1971

A-O

conv subord debs 1981
A-O
Fairb'ks Morse & Co 2 Vis 1967_Af-N
5 Vis conv subord debs 1972
J-D

Farrington Manufacturing Co—

5%s conv subord debs 1970- A-O
Fashion Park deb 5s 1968
U-N
Fed-Mart Corp—
6s conv subord debs 1979
J-D
Fedders Corporation—
5Vis s f subord debs 1979
Af-N
Federal Coal 5s 1969 'ws—J-D
Federal Shell Homes Inc—
conv

subord

debs

1981

A-O

Ferro Corp 3 Vis debs 1975
Jj-j
51 East 42nd Street—
3s with stock 1966
Ann Mar
Flintkote Comnany 4Vis 1977
A-O
4%s s f debentures 1981
A-O
Food Fair Properties Inc—
5 Vis debentures 1975
M-S
Food Fair Properties Development—
6s coll trust 1984
J-D
Units
Food Fair Stores Inc 3s 1965
J-J
3 Vis 8 f debentures 1974
M-S
Food Machinery St Chemical
Corp—
2Vis s f debs 1969
F-A
3.80s s f debentures 1981
J-J
Pram Corp 6s conv s f deb *66
J-D
Frontier Refining Co (Wyo)—
6s conv subord debs

90
85
91

110

113

93%

—

100% 101 Ye
91

—

89%

90%

J-J

conv

subord debs 1977

105

102% 105

75
.

—.

—

fl3

20

97
62

f40

Ex-interest,

92Vi

I

f Flat

'

135

139

86
94

88
98

.

f85

—

90

—

69
9%

71
10 y4

100% 101%
83
91

—

93

28
f92%

98

32
96
—

100

101
26

f__
32

35
6
110

4

106

fl25
95

103 ya

—

81

85

81
44
95

83
47

f__

87

91
95

95%

295

—

110

93
114

__

—

103%

107

109

A-O

—

255

J-J
-J-D

97
93

F-A
A-O

90
106

A-O
J-J

100

101
17%

Coal & Steel Community—
Serial secured notes (14th series t
4%s Oct 15 1963
474s Oct 15 1964
5s Oct 15 1965
Highway Trailer Industries—
conv subord debs 1975
M-S

k Last sale,

n

Nominal,

103

98

107%

—

94%
19%

78

High Authority of the European

price,

100%
92

Hexazon Laboratories Inc—
6s conv subord debs 1976
A-O
Hickok Electrical Instrument—
6s conv subord debs 1974
A-O

r

.

—

A-O

5s conv subord debs
1977
General Tire St Rubber—
6s subord debs ww 1982
Georgia Pacific Corp—
Subord debs 5s 1976
Gera Corp 6s subord debs j"*7t
Glenmore Distilleries Co—
4a s f debentures 1972
4Vis conv subord debs 1981
Grace Line Inc—
SS Santa Paulo 4.20s 1978
SS Santa Rosa 4y4s 1978
Gr«v Drug Stores Inc—
5s conv subord debs 1982

HammermiH .Paper 3s debs *65
Harshaw Chemical Co—
5s debentures 1978
A-O
Hathaway Bakeries 4s 1966
U-N

•

95
91

110
25

100%

ser

Without warrants
Units

—

101

108
97

95

102
100

ser

6s conv subord debs 1976 ww
M-S

105

68

"—

*59 1981
A-O
'60 1983
J-J
Portland Cement Co—

—

104%

120

111

94

104

138

108

4.55 eq tr ctfs
4.30s eq tr ctfs

notes 1965 w w.
Green River Steel 3 Vis 1982
Greer Hydraulics Inc—
5Vis conv debs 1965.
Gvrodyne Co of Amer. Ino—

74

99%

134

95

91

1 -4s

92

112

J-D
_Af-S
M-S

Great Plains Development—

100

108
9i

M-S
General American Transportation
General

J-D
Af-S

97

105

Fruehauf Trailer Uo—
3 Vis s f debentures 1974
Debenture 4s 1976
Conv subord debs 4s 1976

5%s

113% 115%
91 ya
93

88

93

Corporation—

3Vis

Gateway Sporting Goods Co—

126

J-J

—

(below)

Executive House Inc—

Garrett
(The) Corporation—
5 Vis debentures 1982

115

95

6s conv subord debs 1974
J-D
Detroit Steel Corp 4%s 1970
A-O
Devoe St Raynolds Co 2%s *65
A-O
Diamond Alkali Co 3%s 1978
F-A
Dilbert's Leasing St Development—
5Vis conv debs 1979
J-D
District Wholesale Drug Corp of
Wash 6s 1976
A-O
Dixon Chemical Industries Inc—
fis subord debs 1978
J-D
6s conv debs 1981
Donnelley (R Rl St Sons—
3%s debentures 1978__
Af-N

High Authority

103

1969—_M-W

86

85
80

Daitch Crystal Dairies Inc—
5Vi% conv subord debs 1979_A-0
Dart Drug Corp—
6s conv subord debs 1977
J-J
Dayton Rubber Co—
5 Vis conv subord debs 1972
J-J
5 Vis conv subord debs 1980.-F-A
Deere & Co 4Vis debs 1986
A-O
Deere (John) Credit Co—
4%s debentures ser A 1985 A-O
4Vis debentures ser B 1981__A-0

e

93

60

90

Cork & Seal Co Inc—
4%s s f debs 1988
Af-S
Cudahy Packing Co—
1st mtge s f 2Vis ser C 1967_Af-N
Cuneo (The) Press Inc—
5s conv subord debs 1978
J-D

Dejur-Amsco Corp—

98

88

.

Crown

see page 94.

Spring Bldg—
inc 3-5s 1966 ex-stk__J-J
Eltel-McCullough Inc—
5y»s conv subord debs 1974
U-N
European Coal St Steel Community
cum

.

Sf-N

Cott Beverage Corp—
Conv subord debs 5s 1976
Cowles Chemical Co—
5 Vis conv subord debs 1980

redemption,

South

9s

Inc—

Consolidated Cigar 4Vis 1975
J-D
Consolidated Diesel Electric—
6s conv subord debs 1975
J-D
Container Corp of America— *"
3.30s s f debentures 1980
J-J
4.40s s f debentures 1987
J-D
Continental Air Lines Inc—
4%s conv subord debs 1970
M-N
Control Data Corp—
4 Vis conv subord debs 1977.M-S
Cooper Tire St Rubber Co—
5y«s senior sf debs 1974 ww.A-O
5Vis 1974 ex-warrants
Coral Ridge Properties Inc—
6y4s sf subord debs ww '77 A-O
Without warrants
Cornell-Dubiller Elec 3%s 1972_Af-8

J-J

Economics Laboratory, Inc—
4Vis conv debs 1976
A-O
Eddy (E B) Co 1st 4s s f 1974

blO

Ask

*

:

7s conv subord debs 1971
Units

101%

Community Charge Plan—

Cramp ton Mfg 5*4* 1«75

Eckerd Drugs of Florida Inc—

6s

1st 6s 1976
,
Celotex Corp—
4Vis conv subord debs 1976
Af-N
Cenco Instruments Corp—
4 Vis conv subord debs 1980—F-A
Central Charge Service Inc—
6s 1975 w w
F-A
Chanin Building —
2d leasehold 2s 1970 (w s)
M-S
3d leasehold Is 1970 (w s)—Af-S
Charter Oil Co Ltd—
5Vis subord conv debs 1972
F-A
Clark Cable Corporation—
6 Vis conv subord debs 1972
J-D
Clark Equipment Credit Corp—
5 Vis debs series A 1981
M-S
Coastal States Gas Producing Co—
5 Vis s f debs w w 1977
J-D
5 Vis 1977 ex-all warrant*.
6s s f debs 1980 w W——Jf-fl
os 1980 ex
warrants
Collins Radio Co—
4%s conv subord debs 1980
Jf-8
4Vis conv subord debs 1983 J-J
Cuiomai Stores Inc 4.90s 1977_if-N

J-D

Duro-Test Corporation—
5 Vis sub debs ser A 1982 ww
A-O
5 Vis without warrants 1982

See

Carrier

6s subord debs 1976
Units

Co Inc—
4Vis subord debs 1975

Bid

104

Duriron

Eichler Homes Inc 6Vis debs 1973

J-J

debs 4Vis 1976
Corporation—
4Vis conv subord debs 1982

bonds

Bonds—

102

93
107

defaulted

Dorsey (The) Corp—
6 Vis subord debs ww 1975.
.A-O
Doughboy Industries Inc—
5%s conv subord debs 1977 A-O
Dulany Industries Inc—
6 Vis s f subord debs 1977 war-J-J
6 Vis ex-warrants 1977
Dumas Milner—
6s conv subord debs 1971

1st

Canadian Petrofina Ltd—
4s series A 1972

Combustion Engineering
3y8s s f debs 1979

106

Briggs Leasing Corp—




91

104

6s partic debs 1984
Af-N
Boeing Airplane Co—
5s debs 1978
-F-A
Boston Insurance Exch Bldg5s due 1953 ext to
Apr 1968 ws.
Bowl-Mor Co Inc—
5 Vis conv subord debs 1976

•No par value.
value.

87

Af-N

1983_Af-S

Billups Eastern Petroleum—
7s debentures 1993
Billups Western Petroleum Co—

—

96

Inc—

conv

103%

92

—J-J
1987

100%

88

Baltimore Paint & Chemical—
6Vis s f debentures 1973
A-O
BarChris Construction Corp—
5 Vis conv subord debs 1976—Jf-N
Barium Steel Corp—
5 Vis conv subord debs 1969
J-D
Bausch St Lomb Optical Co—
4%s conv subord debs 1979 J-P
4%s conv subord debs 1980 J-J
Beacon Hotel Corp (NY) —
S f income 2-4s (ws)
Feb 1958
Beleo Petroleum Corp—
6s conv subord debs x-stk 1974—

5s

—

84

f debs 1988

conv

90

J-J

5Vis s f debentures 1981
J-J
Automatic Retailers of America—
4%s subord debs ww 1983
Af-S
6s

—

103

5Vis conv subord debs 1975—M-W
Automatic Canteen Co of Amer—

5 Vis

93

98

3Vis 1993 (now listed NYSE)
Assembly Products Inc—
5%s conv subord debs 1972
Associated Dry Goods Corp—
4 Vis s f debentures 1980
A-O
Atlantic Co deb 5s 1980
A-O
Atlas Corporation
5s conv subord debs 1977—F-A
Atlas Plywood Corp—

Avis

92

J-J

Argus, Inc.—
conv

—

f88

85%

Industries. Inc—

5Vis conv subord debs 1971
Arden Farms Co—
5s conv subord debs 1986
6s

102%

f20

M-S

—

Burroughs Corp—

4Vis
60

99 %

89

Canadian Breweries Ltd—
4 Vis 1981

& Construction—

subord

conv

—J-J

Brooklyn Fox Corp (N Y)—
1st 4s extd to Aug 1967 w s
Brown Co deb 4Vis 1975——J-D
Burns & Co Ltd 4s 1963
_Af-N
Burroughs Adding Machine
s

Ask

Prod—

Broadmoor Corp—
4-6s (w s) 1966
Broadway-Hale Stores—

3%s

102

American Export Lines—

4.50s Sept 1 1985
American Hide & Leather Co—
5s conv inc debs 1975——A-O
American Optical Co 3 Vis 1968-Af-S
American Petrofina Inc—
;
t%«5> «uhnrd conv debs 1973
J-J

Bid

Forest
4Vis s f debs 1981
Columbia

5s cons subord debs 1979-

98

92

Aluminum Co of Canada Ltd—
3 Vis debs 1971
J-J

American Pipe

include all Bond issues which do not
appear under

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29. 1963
prices are "and interest" except
where marked T and income and

bond

OVER-THE-COUNTER

MISCELLANEOUS

we

headings, namely "Railroads," "Investing Companies" and "Public Utilities."

85

95
89
77

99
93

94

82
—

100
90

95

68

75

100

90%
99%
99%

V

Canadian

--

71

dollar

V
INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS BONDS
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29, 1963
pricas are "and interest" except where marked "f" and income and defaulted bonds

68
bond

NOTICE—All

Hilco Homes Corp—
6 Vis conv subord debs

Hotels Corp—
conv debs 1970—
subord debs 1984 w W

J-J

Without warrants
Home Oil Co Ltd—

5%» conv

102
93 Vi

-J-D

debs 1971

conv

Insurance

1875--—-J-J
Exchange Bldg (Boat)—

58

99

'76-A-O
5s conv subord debs 1981
M-N
Jefferson Lake Asbestos Corp—
6 Vis ser A subord debs 1972—J-D

115

104
61
50

A-O

f debs 1976

s

94

60 Vi
130

Electronics—
subord debs 1976—M-S

subord

fl5
1%

M-N

Cement Co— Jt-O
4%s s f debs 1979-—Lerner Stores Corp 3s 1967——«W
Lester Engineering 6s 1976
M-S
Ubby McNeill ft Llbby 2Vis '67-F-A
Lit Brothers 4s debs 1970—■«o
Loblaw Groceterias Co Ltd—
4%s series D 1976
A-O
Lehigh Portland

—

145

96

93

Units

19

2%

93

M-S
Loral Electronics Corp—
4Vis conv subord debs 1980—J^D

103

106

76

79

F-A

77

78 Vi

M-S

1977

Mile Rubber Corp—
6s subord debs WW 1974

Long

Lowensteln (M) ft
4%s cons

Sons—

subord debs 1981

1977
Macco Realty Co—
6s conv subord debs 1977-97

Lyntex Corp

6Vis sf debs

Mack Trucks
5Vis subord

Magnolia Park Inc—
6s subord conv debs 6s
Major Realty Corp

6s w W

Without warrants
Mallinckrodt Chemical

,

■«*

A-O

104 Vi

f44

•

Works—
5s conv subord debs 1974.
Mansfield Tire ft Rubber Co—
5s conv debentures 1974

104

M-N

J-D

Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator—

4Vis sf debentures 1986-..--4-Q
Minnesota ft Ontario Paper—
3.30s s f debs 1975

M-S
-J-*/

Mississippi River Transmission—
5s s f debentures 1981
M-N
Units
Mohawk Airlines

J-J

wgi

5 8 Brasil 4.20s 1983
[orris Shell Homes Inc—
8s subord debs 1986




for

99% 100%
100

__

redemption,

88

States Steamship
5s SS series

J-J

85
84

Ltd—
166

68

96
101
n91

98

45
50

55
54

85

89

120
35
15

125
39

(N Y)—
1970 ws F-A

7Vis '76

Pacific Far Ease Line Inc—
Merchant Marine 5s 1981
Pacific Petroleums Ltd—
5s conv debs 1977
5Vis s f debs ww 1973
5 Vis 1973 Ex-warrants.

J-J
3-D
J-J

A-O

134
105

103%

__

103
113
101

104
115
102

100

100%

39

42
42

97
122

100

102
95

104%

103%
99%
80
28

82
32

105

—

flO

110

115

106

108

103

83

99

56

132
96

Plastic Applicators Inc—
6s conv subord debs 1969

80
185

J-D
Polymer Corporation—
5 Vis conv subord debs 1975. A-O
Producing Properties 5s 1969
Puerto Rico Brewing Co Inc—
7s s f debentures 1977_
—F-A

95

99

96

97%

86%
19%

Cold Storage—

Ralston Purina 3%s 1977_
Heading Tube Corp—
5Vis s t debs ww 1974
J-J
Without warrants
Red Owl Stores Inc—
4%s conv subord debs 1978
F-A
Republic Pictures deb 4s 1965 J-D
Rlegel Paper 3%s debs 1880
M-N
3%s j t debentures 1981
F-A
5%o s f debentures 1985
M-N
Ritter Company Inc—
4%s conv subord debs 1980 3-D
Rogers (John) 6Vis 1976

89

91

74%
95

96

Safeway Stores 4%s ser B '69—M-N
Salem-Brosius Inc—
5 Vis conv subord debs 1973
Seagram (Joseph E) ft Sons—
4Vis debentures 1983
A-O
Servo Corp of America—
6s conv subord debs 1974
A-O
"ervomechanlsms Inc—
5s conv debs 1966
3-D
Shamrock OH ft Gas Corp—
3%s s f debentures 1967
_A-0
4%s s f debentures 1987
J-J
Sheraton Corp of America—
6s debentures w w 1979
A-O
Without warrants
5s w w 1967—
Without warrants
4%s 2nd conv debs 1967
M-S
6%s cum inc sub debs 1981
tf-3
7%s cap inc s f debs 1989
J-J
Shin Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
6%s conv debentures 1977
M-S

94.

e

99%
52

71

J-J

75

78

91/

94

Temco

subord debe 1965

Aircraft Corp—
conv

subord debs 1971-A-O

Tenax Inc—
5%s conv

subord debs 1970—A-O

Texas Industries Ino—
4.60s subord debs 1975

Textron American
5s 'conv subord
Textron Inc—

J-D

Q-F

5s 1970
debs 1971

J-J

4Vis conv subord debs 1981
J-D
Thrift Courts of America toe—

conv
conv

97%
94

104

98%
110

ii

f96%

91%
97%

104
116
96%

105
121
98%

f90

95
100%

A-O
93

n

M-N

1971

93

fnl3

*99%

97

17

101

109% 111%

subord debs 1977—
subord debe 1980.

Ltd

Tracerlab 5s conv debs 1970
Triad Oil Co 4%s 1971

M-S

M-N

M-S

120
95
90

121

107

109

n20
n75

150

110
104

subord debs ww 1984
F-A
Without warrants
Thompson Products 3 Vis 1971—A-O
Thor Power Tool Co—

Underwood Corp—
5%s conv subord debs 1971
A-<~>
Union Sulphur ft Oil 4s 1978
M-S
U S Industries—
5%s conv subord debe 1971—J-D
4%s conv subord debs 1970-M-N
U S Plywood Corp—
3.40s s f debs 1980
J-J
4%s s f debentures 1981
J-D
5%s s f debentures 1985
A-O
United States Steel Serial Debs—
2.65s 1963
F-A
.F-A
2.65s 1964.
Universal Container 6s 1971
Uris Buildings Corp—

6%s

s

f debentures 1975

Van Norman Industries too—
4%s conv subord debs 1976—A-O
VInco Corporation—
6s conv subord debs 1976
F-A
Vulcan Mold ft Iron Co—
6s conv subord debs 1981

106

96

25

108% 110%
84

83%

85%

a—

98
101
107

103
109

84

91%
104

99%
98%
83

100%

—

106
—

—

88
—

78
30

M-N

95

—J-J

1975—J-D

114

98

148

-

Products Co—
6Vis s f debs ww 1975
Without warrants
Walter (Jim) Corp—
9s Dec 31 2000
;
5Vis 1st sub deb 1981 w w

122

F-A

142

—F-A

110

112

87
217

89
227
86

J-D

Washington Trotting Assn units—
Sub s f 6%s 1977
-M-S
Webb (Del E) Corp—
6%s conv subord debs 1975—J-D
West Virginia Pulp ft Paper Co—
3 Vis debentures 1971..
—A-O
4s debentures 1978
J-J
Westlnghouse Air Brake Co—
3Vis debentures 1978
M-S
White Stores Inc—
4Vis conv subord

97%

104

J-J

kLast sale,

60
80

67

Cum inc sub deb 8s 1973—M-N

fFlat nrice.

—

67

142
97%

90

Walnut Grove

98%

.

Ex-interest.

96

64

103

99% 100 %

—

100

-

90

66

101

45

86
86

1974—M-S

99
158
46

60

103%
100%

77

"'alley Industries Inc—
5%s conv subord debs
Tel-A-Signs Inc.—
6 Vis conv subord debs
TelAutograph Corp—

Wallace Properties Inc—
6%s conv subord debs

40

—

1976—M-N

s

Wacker Wabash Bldg—
5s w s '65

M-S

97
94

95
100
104

f debs 1978
4Vis 8 f debs 1980
5%s sinking fund debs
4s

104

M-N

—

F-A
M-S
1984_M-N

Sylvania Electric Products Inc—
3%s s f debentures 1971
M-N

104

96%

104

84
97

103
104

Simpsons Ltd 5s series B 1976-J-D
5%s series C 1979
M-S

35

20%

2

South Coast Corp—
f32

89

y-y

105
f93
91

87%

35

210

Photon Inc 5s conv sub dbs *71_J-D

4%s debs 1973
Socony Mobil Oil Co Inc—
4%s debentures 1993

1981_A-0

Tokyo Shibaura Electric Co
6Vis conv debs 1978
60

103

6s conv subord debs 1981
M-S
Sun Chemical Corp 2%s 1966—F-A

6s
5s

95

108
104

103%

Stouffer Foods Corp—
4Vis conv subord debs
Strouse Inc—

8s conv subord debs
Units
Thriftimart Inc—

102

Co—

100

106

Steel Crest Homes—
Sinking fund debs 8s 1981
M-S
Sterling Drug 3 Vis debs 1980—A-O

5s

187

A-O

Units
Quincy Market
4s 1965

J-D
M-S

1981

115% 117%

13%

Co

SS series 1987

4%s conv
109

M-S
M-S

debentures 1967
f debs W w 1967

5%s

Packaging Corp of America—
4%s s f debentures 1987
A-O
Park Place-Dodge Corp (N Y)—
5s Sept 1972 (w s)
M-N
Parkview Drugs Inc—
5Vi8 conv subord debs 1977 J-D
Pauley Petroleum Ino—
5Vis conv subord debs 1976—J-D
Peabody Coal Co 5Vis 1978
A-O
Pennsylvania Salt Mfg. Co—
3.45s s f debs 1981
A-O
Penobscot Chemical Fibre
1st mtge 4Vis 1974

20

J-J

s

~

A-O
J-D

Units

39

page

88

72

Sachar Properties Inc—
8s subord conv debs 1970

101
184

5s
5s

4 Vis

Roosevelt Hotel deb 5s 1964

100

J-J

see

Stanrock Uranium Mines Ltd—
Interest scrip 5%s 1963

Units

100
92

Inc—Fr

Moore McCormack Lines Inc—
RS Argentine series 5s Nov 1978-

Called

105

Co—

6s conv subord debs 1975
J-J
Mohawk Business Machines Corp—
Conv subord debs 1969
1 -N
Montecatlni 5 Vis debs '79 w w-J-D
Without warrants

a

91

88

Mastan Co Inc—
5 Vis senior notes 1977
A-O
Maust Coal ft Coke Corp—
5 Vis S f debs 1977
A-O
Mead Corp 4s debs 1983
..J-J
4 Vis debentures 1986——
A-O
Melville Shoe Corp—
4Vis debentures 1980
A-O
Merchants Refrigerating 5s '72_J-J
Miami Window Corp—
6 Vis s f debs ww 1974
M-S
Without warrants
Microdot 5Vis conv sub debs 1977_
Miles Labs 4%s conv sub debs 1980_

Modern Homes Construction
6s subord debs 1981

107

21
47

117
144

1967-F-A

Mississippi River Fuel Corp—
4Vis s t debs 1978
5%s s f debentures 1980

75

Poli-New England Theatre—
Gen income 5s Nov 15 1983

96

_

1969—A-O

Marine (The) Corporation—
4Vis conv debs 1979
Marsh Supermarkets too—
5s conv subord debs 1980

90 Vi

78

92

Inc—
debs 1981 ww

n67Vi

—J-J

Perfect

129

series E

88

5Vis conv subord debs 1980
J-D
Photo Inc—
5%s conv subord debs 1980—A-O
Ferrine Industries Inc—
0M»s conv subord debs 1979 J-D
Pet Milk Co 4Vis s f debs 1982.J-D

100
90
100
91

124
94 Vi

6s

85

Lines, Inc units
6Vis conv subord debs 1976

104 Vi

91

A-O

Lafayette Radio
6s

Staley (A E) Mfg 3%s 1977
Standard-Thomson Corp—

—

103 Vi

——

5Vis conv
Leeds Homes Inc—

63
170

Broadway Bldg Inc

Outdoor Development
Units
;■
i.

112
100

79%

90

60
157

Pacific Air

subord debs 1971
—

110
104

77

J-D

Sperry Rand Corp—
5%s s f debs 1982 ww
M-S
5%s 1982 "without warrants" —

Oswego Falls Corp.—
4%s conv subord debs 1976

110
65

107
103

Korfund too—
6Vis conv
Units

92

90

1985.

Steel ft Wire Co—
4Vis conv subord debs 1981
Kldde (Walter) ft Co toe—
5s conv subord debs 1972-

165

J-D

137

—

—

Nitro-Chemicals

1st sf 5%s-5%s May

—

Keystone

88

80

——

warrants

101

93

132

-

Co—
subord debs 1975
J-J
5, a man Aircraft Corp—
6s conv subord debs 1974
J-3
Kearney (James R) Co 6%s 1976—.
Kentucky-Jockey Club 6s 1973-J-D
Kerr-McGee OH Industries toe— _
5y48 s f debentures ww 1977-J-D

Without

92
106

90

92

Subord debs 6s 1979
J-D
Oklahoma Cement Co—
6 Vis subord debs 1974
J-D
5Vis s f debentures ww 1976-A-O
Without warrants
Old Empire Inc—
6s conv subord debs 1971
3-D
One Hour Valet 6s 1975

63

82
101

1977 "units"
---------Int'l House of Pancakes 6s
Interstate Hosts Inc—
6s

J-J

6s subord debs 1976
Speedry Chemical Products—
6s conv subord debs 1975
Sperry (The) Corp 3%s 1969

88

Newark Electronics Corp—
5 Vis conv subord debs 1982
A-O
Nixon-Baldwin Chemicals Inc—
6Vis subord debs 1980
M-N
Northern Chemical Industries—
5Vis subord debs 1969
J-D
Northwest

87

ctls
—
International Airport Hotel System
6s conv subord debs 1977——A-O
5Vt% land trust

Keyes Fibre Co—
5%s subord debs ww

85
81 Vi
85
72

83
170

:

Without warrants

Nationwide Homes Inc—
8s conv debs 1976——

98%

94%

J-D

Units
National Equipment Rental Ltd—
6s
s
f subord debs 1970
F-A

97 Vi
83
79 Vi

91%

Special Metals ino—

A-O

—

91

1975——F-A

Units
jessop Steel
5 Vis conv

132

85

108

debs 1975

Ask

75

M-S

Munsingwear Inc—
5s conv subord debs 1980
National Bagasse Products—
Subord debs 7s 1967

110

Limestone 4s

Indiana

1974

Bid

1989

Southern Bakeries 7%s debs
Southern industries t,oxp—
7s Income debs 1982

95%
90%
96%

—

1968—F-A
1975-M-N

1909

3 Vis debentures
4s
debs 1983
4%s debs 1986
Mueller Brass Co—
3Vis codv subord

93
100

128

1973—A-O

5 F debs 3s

94 Vi

100

5%s conv subord debs
Hotel St George Corp (Brooklyn)—
5 Vis 1971
Houston (The) Corp—
5s subord debs
Hudson Bay Oil ft Gas 4s

Imperial Oil Ltd 3 Vis

103 Vi

91
98

subord debs 1976 - .J-3
Homestake Mining Oo—
o V*s s 1 debs 1969
„
5 Vis subord conv debs 1972-M-e
Home (Joseph) Co—
6s

92

88

105

Mountain Fuel Supply—
3 Vas debentures 1971

81

76

1979—M-S

Hilton
4%s
6s

A-O

Motorola Inc 4Vis debs 1986.

Bonds—

Ask

Bid

Bonds-

Ask

Bid

Bonds—

debs 1979—M-S

WUloughby Tower Bldg Corp—
(Chicago) 1st 4s 1965—
Winn ft Lovett Grocery CoDebentures 3 Vis 1974
Winn-Dixie Stores toe—
S f debs 3%s 1976—
Winston-Muss Corp—
6%s conv subord debs 1981

160

93%
97

94%
—

f—

A-O
A-O

94%
99
96

97
65

92

93
74
19

J-D

Wyle Laboratories—
5%s conv subord debs 1977-M-S
York Corp 3%s s f debs 1974—A-O
Yuba Consolidated Industries—
5%s conv subord debs 1975—M-S
Zapata Petroleum Corp—
5s
convertible debs 1972
J-J

Nominal, r Canadian price.

84

A-O

Units

Witco Chemical Co Inc—
5s sf debentures 1980

100

78
21

100
83

85
94

122

25

91
84

April, 1963

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Industrial and Miscellaneous Stocks
We

are

publishing in this section the values for the Over-the-Counter shares only. The listed issues can be found
publication, under the particular exchange the stock is traded.
4 V- -

in the earlier part of this

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29, 1963
Far

OVER-THE-COUNTER
INDUSTRIAL AND

MISCELLANEOUS
STOCKS
Far

Bid

A St E Plastlx Pak
•
A St M Instrument. 10c
AAA Trailer Sales 25c
ABC Air Freight
10
ABC Cellophane—
Class A
10c
A G Foods—
Class A common
•
A K Electric Corp
le
A. L. D. Inc
1
ATU Productions
10c
Aaronson Bros—
70c conv pfd
2.50

Abbey Rents

Aberfoyle

liy2
4%
%

2Ya

Mfg

25

Abitibi Pwr St Paper.*
Able Land St
Minerals Ltd
1

Accuracy, Inc

*

Accurate Electron
25c
Ace Trophies Corp
lc
Ace to Chemical
le
Acme Electric Corp
1
Acme TnrinstHM
1

10c
10c

Acrylic Optics

10c
1

Acushnet Proccca

Addison-Wesley
Publishing B eom_*
Adelphl Electronics.lOc
Adirondack Indus
I
Adler Built Indus
10c
Adler Electronics
_10e

Adley Corp

2

Admiral Benbow Inn •
Admiral Homes
1
Admiral Photo
10c
Adson Industries
10c
Advance Industries
1

Advance Mortgage
Advance Scientific
Instruments
Aero Geo Astro.
Aero Industries
Aeroflex Lab'torles

1

5

3
IS

%

4
1

4y2
IV*

4%%

1

Corp

92
30
37 %

95

38

"'

i.

24c
4

%
29c

iy8
io%
5

•fir

28c

43/4
iy«
39c
1%
11%
5%
i7.

2Va
%
28 "

3

5e

50c

iy8
9V4
x1.
14%
sy4
n8%
lJ/4
%
2%

1%
10 V*
V*
16%
83/4
9%
1%
%
3

1%

20c

4y8
iy8
n3ya

43/4
3y8
3%
18%
6

nlVa
2%

4

18'%
6%

"2%

12%

13%

Corp of Florida
10c
Corp
1
Alr-X Industries—
Class A
10c
Ajax Magnethermlc
•
Aksman (L J) St Co.i
Alabama Dry Dock
St Shipbuilding
•
Alarm Device Mfg
lOo
Alaska Internat Corp 3c
Alaska Oil St Min
15c

2

10%
23/4

2

6%

10c

1

Amer Aggregates.
American Air Filter
1
Amer Alloys Corp
25c
6% conv pfd
5
Amer Asiatic Oil
lp
American Assets Inc

11%

2%

6%

7%

i"W

A

8 3/4

93/4

26%
t42

•

Amer

Auto Stores
Class A
10c
American Bank

•

American Building
Maintenance Indus.*
American Chrome
1
Amer Consumers Ind
6% non-cum pfd.100
Amer Cryogenics
50c

Amer

Dredging

Amer
Amer

Amer Electronic
Labs class A

1

Amer Express

Co
Amer Factors Ltd

5
10
10

Amer Foods Inc
10c
Amer Forest Prod
2%
Amer Furniture Co
1
Amer Furniture Mart

Bldg

(Chicago)

American

Gas

Co

Amer Hoist St Derrick 1
Amer Hydrocarbon. 10c
American Insulator
1

Impulse class A
1
Algoma Steel Corp...*

1%
453/4

1%
Provisions Inc
46% Amer Laboratories

Alix

Amer

Amer

6%
5%

25c
10c

4%
1%
3/4
4%

4%

A

Alkon Industries
All Star World Wide 10c
All State Auto RentaLl
All State Freight
1
All-Tech Industries 10c

7

23/,

2
1

43/4
7%
2%

10c

Warrants

......

Allegrl-Tech

Inc—50c

1

1%

12%
6%

13%
7%

1%

13/4

Class A
Class B

le

IV*

2y4
sv*
25%

Micro
Devices cl A
American Packing
American Pipe St




dividend

Urethane

Inc—1

%
1%
21

Anelex Corporation
Warrants

V 73/4
7 -V
21

gy

1

—

22

2%
,16%
n97

nl4%
:
v*
%

9%
3

100

'Of

America

1%
20%

13%
18%
73
89
7
iy8
10%
24c
17%
12%
1%

Anodyne Inc
lc
Anscot Chemical
17%
Industries Inc.—..lc
Ansonia Wire & Cable. 1
16
1
% Apco Mossberg Co

1

Apell Petroleum

1

Applied Arts Corp

103%
3y4 Applied Electronics

Corp of N J cl A.lOc

Warrants

101
12

13% Applied

1

Physics

25c

Applied Research

100

92

%

% Aqua-Chem Inc
Aquariums Inc

2
21

5%

—1
1

% Architecture Marble 25c
-10c
11% Arcs Industries
Arden Farms com
1
$3 partic pfd
*
10

9

513%
323%
18%

-

52%
333%
19 v.
2%
22%
5%

4%

Arista

Renting

lc

Corp

Arizona Agrochem__2%
Arizona Biochemical.lc
Arizona Color Film

Processing Labs
1
Arizona Valley Devel.l
Arkansas Valley
Industries Inc
3

3%
116
112
Armstrong Paint St
6
6%
Varnish
Works
.5
16 y4
143%
Arnav Industries
10c
32c
38c
Arnold Altex Aluminum
19

17

1!

%
n20c

40c

4
3

6%
4y4

39c

A
12%
80
85

4%

.-5%

52

58

70

75

5%
V*
8%

1%
%
9%
3

6%
4
1%
3%

15%

52%
3

33%
3%
12c

1%
13%
1A
is y4
21 v*

6%

2%

10c

Astron Corp

Astron Industrial Assoc
Inc
20c~
1% Astro-Science Corp
1
% Atlantic Bowling Corp •

~5c
20%
23%

11%

12%

25%

26 V*

*

15%

22%

,

18%
13 y.
2%
10
5
13 %
25

1%

26

•

9

4%

Audiographic Inc—10c
Augusta Chemical Co.l

,%

2

50c

5%

6

1

6%
8%

6%
9%

Authenticolor Inc
5c
Auto Solar Co
—1
Automated Building

Components Inc
Capital Corp

10c
Automatic Cafeterias
Automated Prints
for

1%

Industry Inc.lOc

Automatic Data

B S R Ltd
Amer deposit rets—
B T U Engineering.lOc
Babcock Electronics
1
Bacardi Corp
10

%
4%

15%

SV*

163/4

1

'

1%

3y8
3y»
9y4

y 2%

2%

8%
28%

31

103%
38 V*

100

36

#

94%
94%

17%
3%
14
%

16%
3y«

13
'

'

%
A

18

,

6
2%

5%

2%

12
60

11%
58

15%
30%

14%

28%
8y4

1

Badger Northland
1% Badlsche Anilin St

36%
4
1%
%
5y8

34%
3%

Backstay Welt cl A.-*
17c

2%

2

10c

3%
4% Bacharach Industrial
Instrument Co
1
4

143i

9

54 V.
6%
63£
4y4

53%

Soda-Fabrlk "adra"
Bagdad Copper Corp_5

6V*

5%

Baird-Atomic Inc _—1
Baldwin-Ehret-Hill
1
Baldwin Piano
8
Baltimore Paint St

3%

45

42

3%

3%
1%

17%

18%

Warrants
-—_
6%% conv 1st pfd 20

nl%

5%
26%

59

preferred—50

44

Banllfe Corporation 10c

52

Banner Industries
1963 warrants
Barber-Greene Co
8
B&rcalo Mfg
"*%

A
15%

A—1
25c
*
Asbestos Corp Ltd
*
Asgrow Seed Co
10
Arvida Corp class
Arway Mfg Corp
Arwood Corp

Ashland Oil St Ref—
$5 preferred

*
1

Assembly Products
Associated British Food*
Ltd "adrs"
Nominal,

20c
%

Bankers Dispatch

1

_

64y4

67%

14

17

15%
6%

BarChris Construction
17%
Corp
50c
7% Barden Corp
1

Bargain
4%
5%
%
3%
22%

12%
99
9%

1.10

r Canadian

City

Barry-Martin

Phar¬

10c

Barth Vitamin classA.l
Barton Distilling
1
Barton Instrument
•
10% Basic r.tomics
10c
Basic Properties com_l
1.25
Clast A
1
value,

t New

stock,

9 V.
69
17%
54%

SV*
66

17%

16%
4%

%

V*

13

dollar

'

13%
y4
%
iy8
1%

13

(USA).l

maceuticals A

29
1.45

1.35

4

5
Barnwell lndustries.50c
53/4 Barr Corporation
25c
% Barry (R G) Corp...1

3'%
23%

5%
1%
6y4
5%

Automated Merch'g

Chemical Corp —50c
14%
4%

4%
3%

1%
5y8
1%
5%
5%

1% Ayres (LS) & Co com.5
4%% preferred
100
1
4%% pfd '47 ser.100
11
Aztec Oil St Gas
1
3%
BBC Industries
10c
7%
1
4% B/G Foods Inc
BMC Industries com.lc
1%
1% conv pfd
__7.50
3%

22

35
12

40c

Automatic Retailers of
America Inc
50c
1
6% Automation Indus
Automat'n Lab Inc.lOc
5c
1.35 Autosonics Inc
56% Aveeno Pharmaceutl_lc
13/4 Avery Adhesive
Products Inc
1
Avlldsen Tools St
Machines com
1
3y2
5% prior pfd
5
6 Va
6% preferred
5
%
5
9y4 Avis Inc
Avondale Mills
1
Avon Products Inc 2.50

14 Va
13%
183%

8%

7%
34%

7
18

16%
55%

16V.

233/4
1

%

7% Australian Oil St Gas_5s
Australian Oil Corp.
1
1%

11 Va
29c

/*

1%
1V*

Atlantic Co

Atlas Tack Corp
1% Atmos-Pak Inc

93

2%

Atlantic City Racing
Association
5nc

Atlantic Improv
25c
Atlantic Steel Co.
8
13% Atlantica Del Golfo
%
Sugar Co
5
1% Atlas Electronics
10c
22
AUas General Indus
tl-25 conv preierrea
13/4
Stamped
22 Va
Atlas Hotels, Inc
•
Atlas Steel Ltd
•
20

25
7

%

1
1

10

Arrow Hart Hegeman
Electric Co
10

n

%
a3

24

6

Co
Aro Corporation

sale,

1%

&

—

__

1.15
54 Va

-10% 11V*
25% 26
128
131

*•

Associated Transpori •
6% conv pfd
100
Associated Truck
Lines Inc class A—3
Astrodata Inc
•

—2

Industries Inc
Arnold Hoffman

IV* Arrow
Liqueurs Corp.l
43%
Arrowhead St Puritas
Waters Inc
1
Art Metal Inc
1
42c
Arts & Crafts Mate¬
rials Corp
A
*
13 Va

4
30

2%
17y4

Bait Radio Show
20c
32c
% Bank Bldg St Equip—2
Bank Leumi le-Israel
Bankers Bond St Mtae
7
Guaranty Co of Am •
Bankers Bldg (Chi)—5
62

1
.4

Common
35c conv pfd
Arnold Graphic

4%c

.

5%
17%
57%

Truck

Arkay International 10c
Arlaii's Dept Sts
—1
39%
Armstrong (A J) Co—1
3%

37

n9%
n4%
13 Va
22

2

.

Anheuser-Busch Inc—4

iy.

5%

1%
13%

1%
16%

,.

Ask

1%
12%

1 "
1

Assoc

Processing

Anemostat Corp

Angelica Uniform
1
Anglo Amer Ship'g—£1
Anglo Ecuadorian
Oilfields Ltd 'ADRS'

8

Amer Precision

Industries
55 5/9c
Amer President Lines
Class A common
•

19%
2%
1%

2% Americana Proper¬
ties
10c
5%
1
21V* Amerline Corp cl A

2Va

6%

*
•

*

■"

490

1.50

Ames Dept Stores—
Class A com
50c
%
2
V* Ames (W R) Co
•
SVa Amoskeag Co com
$4.50 preferred
*
1%
Ampco Metal Inc—2Va
Ampoules Inc
*
9%
IO1/4 A M T Corp
1
13 V*
133/4 Anacon Lead Mines.20c
%
iy» Anadite Inc
*
1
1%
Anchor Coupling
1
25%
26%
Andersen Labs.
*
25y,
27%
Anderson Electric—
25c
40c
Common
1
1 '
1%
Andy Gard Co
1
%c %C

2%

Construction
5
Amer Potash St Chem

3/4
%
16%
lc

%
y8
4%
1%

•

10c
1

25

19

3%

1
20c

5%
3

Univend

Amer
Amer

k Last

j Ex-stock

Steamship Co 100

Amer

2%

American

preferred

*
1
•

Bid

Par

.

Analysis class A
5c
Spring Corp 10
8% Associated Stationers
,

11

10

.25

Self Service
Stores Inc
Amer Service com
Class A

27%

Stocks—

Associated Develop
St Research Corp
Associated Products
Associated Sales

Supply Co

3.33%
1% Amer Sterlizer
10c
53% Amer Techn Mach
28

10c

Safety Thread

5*

5% preferred

Amer

18%
50y4 Amer Shopping Centers
Class A com
lc
16%
Class A pfd
1
41%
2
24 y4 Amer Stamping Co
9% American States Oil—2

Locker Co—

pfd
$4 pfd series A

Allegheny Pepsi Cola
Bottling Co
50c

7%
25%
IV*

Kosher

$5 special

All Weather Roll
N*ice class A

4%

Amer

American Mason

of Miami Inc

Class

23%
9 V*

4

SS..10

Development

5%
5%

40

1

Amer Greetings Corp—
Class A common
1
Amer Gypsum Co
1

Amer-Hawaiian

1
10c

6%

25

183/4

Development Co
Alison Ayres Inc

1

17%
47 V*
15%

1

14%
1% Amer International
1
Bowling Corp
10c
7% Amer International
19%

Land

63%
23%

10c
Eflrd Mills
1

14%

Alico

5%

V

Durante

12%

Class B common
1
Alco Chemical Corp.le
Alco Oil St a as
3 Vic
Alcolac Chemical
20c
Alcon Laboratories
*
A'den Electronic At

1%
3/4
7%

American-Saint—
Gobain Corp com 7.50

American Data Mach
Inc
10c

26% Amer Heritage Pub_25c
44%

7

—

2% American Felt Co

40

Alberto-Culver—

Split 2-for-l
Albertson's Inc—

Amerford Int'l
America Corp

6%* 1st pfd
100
2nd preferred.
73/4
15c
5% 4mer Boatbuilding
33/4 Amer BowPg Enterpr.l

13/4
6 V.

Alberta Gas Trunkllne
Cc Ltd class A
S

1

4
-r

7

%

•

Amarlite Corp

Common

%

Albee Homes Inc

30c

43%
Stationery Co
1.25
lVa
4% Amer Beverage Corp
20c prior preferred.l
1%
3% Amer Biltrlte Rubber—

3%

6%
7%

Variety Sts
_10c
Amer Vitrified Prod
1
10c
50c
2.50

2%

Equipment Corp 25c
Amer Safety Table.lOc

Corp

Alton Box Board
10
Aluminum St Chemicals

lft
9% Amer Automatic
Vending Corp

9%

*

Air work

Associates Inc
Altamil Corp
Alterman Foods

2%

51%

3%

5

Amalgamated Leather.l
Amalgamated Sugar
5% 1st preferred
10
26'/4

24

10

-

•

25 V*

Geophysical

Alpine

Ask

12

x50%
5V*

26

1

Bid

Far

1

-

1

Almo Industrial
Electronics cl A

Stocks—

-

Recreaion
Centers Inc
American Rubber «Ss
Plastics Corp
American Safety

7
9

6%
8y8

50c

iy8 Aluminum Insul
10c
Aluminum Specialty
5

2%
%

Airtek Dynamics
Airtronics Internet!

Allvac Metals Co

Allyn St Bacon Inc

Corp (Del)

"

21/4
3/B

Alrpax Electronics
l
Air-Springs Inc.....2s

10c

Inc

ters

Air Express

Int'l
Agency Inc

50

Alloys and Chemicals.l
Allstate Bowling Cen¬

l

Ainslie Corp
Airbalance Inc

pfd

23

2%

Ainsbrooke

conv

20

8%

Aeronautical

Aerotest Laborat's
10c
Aerovox Corp
1
Aetna Maintenance _•
Aileen Inc
1

Ask

Amer

5c

Allied Radio Corp
1
Allied Thermal Corp_25
Allis (Louis) Co
10

Aerological

Res.
10c
Elec'tr..l
Aeronca Mfg Corj*—
55c preferred
_10
5%% prior pfd
20

America

Corp of

Allied Graphic Arts
Inc
1
Allied Maintenance
3
Allied Petro-Prod
10c
Allied Properties
•

10
9

9

16c

.1

1%

4 »/2

,

Acoustic Chemical
Acoustica Assoc

(R C) Business
Machines Inc
1
Allen Organ class A
1
Ask Allgemeine Elektrici- v«
taets-Gesellschaft
13 y.
Amer dep rets
5
Allied Capital Corp
1
-1
1
2% Allied Empire Corp
Allied Entertainment

1%

1

Abercrombie St Flteh.l
$6 preferred
75

Bid

Allen

x

.

1%

1%

3%

3%

%
5%

1
5%

9%
6%

10%
7%

20c

%

6%

28c

1%

7

Ex-dividend.

70

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29, 1963

Stock*—
Par
Basic Wits Furniture
Industries Xne
10

Bid

13%
9%

~2%

80%

82
14%

a

\%

preferred
100
Bayless (AJ) Markets.l
Beam-Matlc

14 %
io y»

2%

Bates Mfg Co com
10
4 Va% preferred
100
Bauer Aluminum —ftOo
Bauscta St Lomb Ino—

13%

Supply, Inc

10a

1%
39%

1

Beaux Arts Prop

1

,

Amer deposit rcu
Beblen Mfg Co
_1
Bekins Van St 8torage_8

5%
9y8
8%

12

Corp

%
15%
9%
62%

Benton Harbor
Malleable In dust
1
Bergstrom Paper CoClass A common
1

Berkshire Dlstrlb
Berkshire Hathaway

I

8

%
17%

14%
7%

Beryllium Corp
SOe
Beryllium Mfg Corp-Jfe
Besco Enterprises
1

17%
2

%

Best Plastic

10c

2'/a

22

13%
3%

133/4 Camp Chemical
Campbell Taggart
4

5%i
10

9%

171/.
2%
8

21c

1

2%

Bird St Son common..*
$5 preferred
Bird Machine Co
Birtcher Corp
1
Bischoff Chemlcal.lOc
Bishop St Babeock.
Bismarck Hotel
Black-Clawson Co
•
Black Sivalls St
Bryson Inc
1
Blackman Merchandise
Class A com
1
Blatt (M) Co
25c

Bliss (KW) CO
$1.80 conv nfd

19%
85
27

2%
%

5

22 %

Co.SOe

a9%

BV*
19 Va

2%
1%

2
Corp—10

4%
3%

«

2Ya

lc
10c

2

I
1

23c

IV*
2%

1%

2%
25c
23

deposit rets
Electronics—le

15c

5

%

-

Boonton Electronics 10c

Booth

Newspapers
•
Borax (Holdings) Ltd
Am dep rets def ord

Bcro

Electronics
35e
Boss-Linco Lines cl A_1

Manufacturlng_25

Bostltch Inc—

Class A common
4
Boston HeraldTraveler Corp..
•
Boston Insurance Ex¬

change Bldg $5 pfd_*

%
2
2 7a

137

2y8

21%

—1

13
5.85

Perkins-—1

10c

1% Buckeye Steel Cast
5% Buehler Corp

Buffalo-Eclipse

par value,
dividend.

(Cal)

1

6%
27 V*

15%
143/4

25c

1

1
10

%
%
26%
7%

•

•
1
5

17Va
12 y8
6y4
3/4
33

—

Burgess Vibrocrafters_3
Burgmaster Corp
.1
Burma Corp Ltd—
19%
Amer dep receipts

5%
1%

31

63/4
12%

l%
a

1%

Called

22%

a38%

100

ll3/4

redemotion.

.

17

Shoe Co
1
Cap At Gown Co cl A_1

(N. Y.)
50c
Capital for Technical
Industries

1

Capitol

Products
Car Plan Systems
Carbollne Co

50c
10c

287?

30

13%
8 3/4
3%

page

70c

%

5% Chicago Musical
Instrument Co
10%

Airways

4%

1

Inc

29

Chic Mill As Lumber.10

1%

1%

5%

6%

5

6

—

%

%

Caressa Inc
-50c
Carhart Photo Inc.lOc
Caribbean Cement—
Amer deposit rets

7%
2%

8% Churchill
Units
2 s/8

24%

%

Corp

lc
lc

63/8
%
2%
20C
5
6

Common

5

4%% preferred

n48%
n48%

4%
3%
1

11%

Cassco Corp
Castle Ac Cooke
Catalyst Research

1
10
32c

Ultrason _10c

21
3%
%
115

4%
2%
32%
23/4
5'/4

73/4

Central Instrument
Central Manhattan

1

Properties

26
45

1

4

Transformer.l

Certified

1
1
5c
20c

Cetron

Electronic

1

Chadbourn Gotham—
Warrants
4%% conv pfd
50

1%
%

Chalco Engineering.lOc

49%

5

3%
1%
12

300
23
4

1%

~5%

6%

6

3

211
8%

14c

~6%

8

7%
2y8

8%
2%

k Last

4%

5
35c
l3/4

Engineering Co

%

Co
of Amer 5% pfd

1672

25

7-

•■6
1%

.%

n31

10

Chamberlain

- rr Norm n«T

6%
5%
%

Va
17a

Chambersburg

sate

9%

1%

16aA

"r Canadian

1%

1%
Va

1%
%

21
.

16%

3/4
5%
2%
nl5%
83/4
3/8

23
—

1%
578
2%
—

974

1%
l'«
37s
20c
63/s

2
IS

4V4

4074

Clifton Precision
Products Co
1
Clinton Engines Corp.l
Cloverleaf Kennel
Club class A
1

22c
6%
25
7%
—

16 7»

2%

173/4
2 3/4
8%

Cluett Peabody—
4% 2nd conv pfd.100

90

Clute Corp
lc
Coastal Caribbean Oils
& Minerals Ltd
Is

5c

Coastal Publications 60c

1

95
15c
16

174

2%

83/4
25c

—

21
7

Clayton Silv Mines.lOc
Cle-Ware Indus
•
Cleve Builders Supply.*
Cleve Trencher Co——5
Clifton Mfg
—20

33
Coastal Ship Corp
3%

6

10c

A Challenger Prods

10c

lc
Clayton Mark As Co—5

Industries—

Class A
1
Certifd PharmacaLlOc

5%
1%

75c

1 Va
31
58

1%

53

Cerametals Indus

7%

121

1

■—

2%
Claude Southern
7 3/b
Clayton Corp
9%

47

9c

Central Steel Ac Wlre.5

Century-Special

%

3/4
28%
54
18%

Warrants
Cincinnati Enquirer—*
63/4
Cin Union Stock Yds.*
%
2%
10c
Circle Controls..
30c
Clairtone Sound
5% Clarise
Sportswear.lOc
6% Clark Controller
1
31/4
Clark Oil As Ref
1
Clarkson Labs Inc—lc

25
23/4
2%

Transport
34% Century Properties

4%
Va

26%

118

5c

Stereo

21

32

227a

24%

67a

77a

Producing Co—

Coca-Cola Bottling
Los Angeles

*
1

St Louis

Cocoa-Cola Bottling
Plants (Port'd) Me.*
Coca-Cola Internat'l—•
Cohen (Dan) & Co—•
Colber Corp
20c
Coleco Industries
*

774

1,900
17s
l3/i
4

Cole National CoClass A com
10
Coleman Cable St
Wire class A
1
Coleman Engineering.l
Warrants

Collver Insulated
Wire Co
Colonial

Aircraft

233/4

of

1774

8
__
—

2
474

1774

474

574

674

63/4

10c

25c

21 y4
7a

*
10c

23

A

Colonial Board Co—

117.
243/4
174
47

5

Common

$1.50 preferred
Warrants
Units

25

7s Colonial Stores com 2.50
2%
4% preferred
50
5% preferred
50
Color Craft Prod
1
Color Lithography—10c
25"
Color Reproductions.lc

19
42 %
50
4

__

dollar

24

317s
23 74

1

Coastal States Gas

Series A "wts"
Series C "wts"

12

6%

.20
25c
10

Churchill Downs Inc—•

7% Ceco Industries
12% Cedar Point Field

41%

.

83/4

5

Cavltron

233/8
13
65

Trust Co
Childcraft Equip
Chilton Co
Church As Dwight.

43/8
30

73/4

1

Chicago Title As

8 3/4

70

*

43/4
10 y8

77V2

3%
2%

8%

2

75

1%

23/4
2%

10c

Inc

25c
1
75c

1%

3

50c

Chicago Builders
Building vtc

3

24%
%
1%
l3/4

3% Chesapeake Instru't—1
Chester Electronic
Laboratories Inc—•
1.10
16% Chester LItho Inc—10c
32% Chicago Aerial

4

3%
27a
17a
7b

%
41/2
33/8
261/2
li/4
I3/,
21/4

3/8
3%

10c

Chemirad Corp
Chemsol Inc
Chemtree Corp

43/4

50c
iy8 Casa International
Case Pomeroy Ac Co
5
35
Caspers Tin Plate
1

153/4

iJ4

20c

72
72

250

5%

65c

27a

1

17% Chicago Helicopter

Carter (Wm) Co
100
Carthage Marble vtc.l
10c
63/4 Cary Chemicals

15%

%

74

257a

St

Chase General Corp—
Common
1
5% conv A pfd
20

—1

13 Va

35

1

1

Chemex Industrles_25c
Chemical Contour
•
9% Chem Enterprises 25c
Chemical Products
1

83

25

nl

3

27a

10c

5

77s

237a

10c

Mortgage

3%
16%

100

OV2

53%
187a

7

1

Investment Co

Capehart Corp

Motor

5%

Inc

Charter Credit
Charter Industries
Charter

Central Wisconsin

25c

see

Cannon

Central

C F M Co
1
C-Mar Instrument
1
C w s Waveguide
lc
Cabol Enterprises Ltd.*
Cadillac Conduit
10c
Cadre Industries
2
Cahokia Downs Inc
1

for

95c
15

Central Charge Ser
1
Central Coal Ac Coke.l
Central Cold Storage 20

1

C E I R Inc cl A _16%C
C F C Industries
10c

20

1,,

18

86
21%

26%

25

293/s carrington (George S)
17
Class A
1
15/s Carrols Inc
1
1% Carrtone Labs
10c
-is
Carson Plrie Scott Ac Co

40

32 V*

Bzura Chemical

2%

Trust ctfs of ben lnt
Center Labs Inc
10c

25

1%
8y8

com

B

—

%

1st pfd
100
3
Butterlck Co com
1
2%
5% non-cum pfd
50
Eyer-Rolnick Hat
10
Byllesby (H Ml Co.IOc
2% Bymart Tintalr com_le
5 % preferred
1

32%

23

Chart-Pak

15

1%
21/4
6%
8%

8%

10c

4%%

%

12

Carolina Metal Prod.1
Carolina Pac Plywood •
9y8 Carolina Pipe Line
1
6% Carpenter (L E) Ac Co.'l
9
Carrier Corporation
4.80% 2nd pfd
50
4 Va %
prefered
50

14%

12%
55
%

4%% preferred—100

Butler Mfg CoCommon

8%

23/4

(William J)

8

Mills

1
•

10c

63/4

Internat'l Detective
Agency class A 1.50
Burrus Mills Inc com.*

Burton Mfg Co
Bush Term Bldgs
Business Property
Associates

lc

Carmer Industries

13 V*

Burmah Oil Ltd—
Amer deposit rets
Burnham St Morrill
1
10% Burnham Corp com
15
6% preferred
50

5

47a
1
73/4 Charles Jacquln
Et Cle Inc
50c
674 Charles of the Ritz,
Inc
1
Charles Town Racing
Assn new
50c
3%

Industries

26

•
1

Dredging Ltd
5
Bundy Electronics _10c
.874 Burger Brewing
•
2%

3%

5

50c
•

25

8%
5%
8%

47s
173/4
47a

10c

_

25%

39%

1

Rebullders

—

5% Caribbean Shoe
Carlbe Stores Inc
Carlon Products

37%

Bulolo Gold

5y8 Burns

1

Ask

Chemalloy Minerals—1

24

Carnaco Equipment.lOc

°.

Buck Creek Oil
Buckeye Corp com
3 Va
5% conv pfd A

3%

1

common

6.05 Caribbean

1%

Brunlng (Charles).
Brunswig Drug21% Brush Beryllium Co —1

—

10c

5%

.

%
7%
18%

15%

Broderick Ac Bsseom

3 Va

12

'77i

8y8
23/4

23^

Browning-Ferris
Machinery Co

8
17

A

Bid

Chicago Molded Prod.l

2%

Amer
Brit ton

10c

Cdn Delhi Oil Ltd—10c
Canadian Husky Oil
Warrants
Cdn Superior Oil Ltd.l
Canal Assets Inc
10c

Class

Par

Chance (A B) St Co
Chandler Leasing

957a

4%

Manufacturing Co .10
Brown Engineering
1
Brown Flntube—

4%

4%

153/4

13 Va
8

of Calif
Can (R C) Co
See R C Can Co
Canada Dry Bottling
Co of Florida

Cannon
Class

deposit rets—

18
Brothers Chemical
3%
Common class A
8% Brown As Sharpe

27%

•

23/4

1
2

3% Cannon Electric

British Oxygen

% Brooks St

26%
4
11

11%

14%

Rope Co

Corp—B

Bonneville Ltd
Bookshelf of Amer.lOc
Boone
(C F)
Nationwide Publicatlons-BOe
Boonshaft St Fuchs_25c

3%

Broken Hill

8%

•

57a

174

Canandaigua
4%
Enterprises

British Columbia
Forest Prod Ltd
•
British Motors Ltd—

6

8%

and Newman Inc
Ami Co
Bonanza Air Lines

3%
10 Va

Amer deposit rets—
British-Amer Const
St Materials Ltd
Warrants

Amer

2%

—Bo

Bon

%

40

I8V2

14%

2 British Aluminum Ltd

15%

38

Bchn




18

25% Buffum's

7 Va

12.50

Blyvoorultzlcht Oold
Mining Co "Adrs**
Bogue Elec Mfg

Ex-stock

Brass

15

Bloomfield Industries
Now listed ASE

*

Bristol

Co

*2? Bristol Dynamics
82£.Brlte Universal

23%

2%

18

14

(Rich D) St Co.l

89

Brothers

Bell

17%

Brewster-Bartle

Drilling

5Va
1%
5%
15 y8

7

-——

5
86

,*

<

4%
1V4
5V4
14%

Warrants
Branston Instrum'ts—1
Braun Engineering—1
Warrants
Brenco Corp
1

3% Brown (WA) Mfg
Browning Arms Co
7%
15%

67s

6% Campus Casuals

Bramalea Consolidated

Brew

Cameo Ine_
Camloc Fastener

Assoc Bakeries

2% Breskin Publications—1

%

X

Biochemical
Procedures me

•Without

1

Bradley Real Estate
Trust (Mass)——1

Proprietary Co Ltd_£l

1M

Boston Pneumatics
Class A

10

Developments Ltd—•

17%

1

Petroleum Co

Boss

25

Class A common

Blnney St Smith

Business
Machines
Boise Cascade
Bolt Beranek

$1.20 preferred

Boyertown Burial
Casket Co

11

64%

30c

Blllups Western

Inc
List Pub

Inc Co com

Brockway Glass

10$

Petroleum Co

Blue
Blue

16%

16%

Big Apple
Supermarkets Ine_12e
Big Bear Stores—
Class A com—33 %e
Big "C" Stores
•
Big Drum, Inc
•

-TnH->m

13%
%

15c

1%
5%

4

for

7%

Va

Best Plastics Corp
10c
Bevls Shell Homes-80c
Bibb Mfg Co
12.So
Blcor Automation
Industries class A_10s
Blederman Furniture
1

Bloch

•

7a

11%

~6%

14%
%

Berlant Automonltor.le
German Leasing Co
1
Bernz O Matlc Corp—
Class A
1
Berry Industries
1

Big Horn-Powdsr
River Corp
Billupe Eastern

Products

Stocks—

'

Calif Corp

5%
Biochem Research -1
3% California
Liquid Gas
1%
Corp
l
17% Calumet Ac Hecla
$4.75 pfd series

6%
20 V*

4%

1

Container Corp

1

6

Ask

Champion Parts

10c

10%

5%

2%

5%
4%
3%
1%
16%

Bid

Ac

Calandra Photo
Class
A common—1
3%
Caldor Inc
10c
27% Calif Computer
Products Inc
SOe
5%

1

%

16

4%

10c

Par

Research

32% Bowmar Instrument—*

%

1
1

24%

10c

Bradley Industries
•

50

Bourns Inc
50c
Bowater Paper Corp—
Amer deposits rets
Bowey's Inc
1

Bowser

Bell Television
10c
Belle Isle Corp
20c
Belmont Iron Works. 5
Bemis Bros Bag
IS
Benbow Astronautics—
Class A
Oe
Benson Iron Ore
1

Stocks—

Develop Corp

*2%

Belknap Hardware St

Benson-Lehner
Benson Mfg Co

1

Ask

10

62%
3Y4

Bourbon Stock Yards.*

Bowman

2%
31 %

Mfg Co

50

Botany Industries

Bid

Cal-Val

1%
42% Bowl America

70

Bechtold Englneer'g_5e
Becton Dickinson
1
Beecham Oroup Ltd—

Par

Boston Sand St
Gravel Co
Boston Wharl Co

Bowl-Mor Co Inc
30c preferred

Hospital

Beauty Counselors

Stocks—

Ask

value,

t New

stock,

74
n%
x

127t
__

2 74

207a
__

472
7s
7a

Ex-riiviriend

April, 1963

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS

71

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29, 1963
Stock*

Par

Colorado Milling St
Elevator Co
Colorado Oil St
Gas Corp com
*1.25 conv pfd

Bid

1

19

3
25

Colurlte Plastics

24%
65/s
2%
6

Columbian Bronas—
Columbus Electronics
Corp class A com_10e
Columbus Plastics
Products Inc
•
Colwell Co
_1
Combined Locks Paper
Class A
1
Commerce Clearing
House Inc
1

4

Commerce

Drug Co_50e

Commercial
Commercial

3%

Cosmo

Cosnat

24%
a 16%

28%

Country Set Inc

14%

15 %

52

8%

•

8%

8%

8%

68%

America

1
Indus-lOc

%
8%
6%
%
4%

Computer Instrumto 25c
Computer Oriented
Research St Eng
•
Computer Systems 10c
Computer Usage
25c
Concert Network
10c
Conductron Corp—
Class A com
le
Cone Mills 4% pfd
20

Conlon-Moore Corp
1
Conn (CO) Ltd
5
Connohio Co Inc com-1

10

Conollte class A
10c
Conrad Carson
Electronics Inc
1
Consol Aerosol___10s
Consolidated Airborne
Systems class A 10c
Consolidated American
Services
1
Consol Bottling
1
Warrants
Consol Bowling
10c
Consolidated Business
Systems Inc
10c

Frelghtways-2%

Consolidated New
Pacific Ltd
i
Consol Oil St Gas
Warrants
Consolidated Paper
Corp Ltd
Consolidated Papers
Inc (Wise)
12.50
Consol Rendering
6.25
Consolidated Research
St Mfg class A10c
Consolidated Rock
-.

Products

Co

5

Consol Sun Ray Inc
5% preferred
20
Construe Design
50c
Consul St Designers
1
Consultants Bureau
Enterprises cl A 10
Consumers Automatic
Vending Inc
10c

Continental-Atlantic__l
Continental Bottling

cont'l Commercial—
60c conv pfd
10

Cont'l Enterprises

'

1%
1%

10%

6%
3%
2%
%
11%
4%

2%
6%

3%

s M~

%

%

13^ Cross Co
5
2% Crossway Motor Hotels
11
Inc common
50c

12%

Co

20%
8%

14%
%

Detrex Chemical Ind_2
Detroit Harbor Term_l

dep rets

11%
%
9% Development Corp
of America
10c
17% Devonbrook Inc
10c
58
Dewey (GC) Corp—lc

14

17%
55

•

4%

1

6%
40%

Curtis Industries
Curtis Mathes Mfg

6

Custom Components 10c
Custom Craft
Marine Co Inc
25c

13%

1%

1%

Corp Ltd

(Australia)

1%

5s

1 40

1.20

Deposit Rets

7

6

10c

preferred

2

%

10c

•

Diamond Crystal
Salt Co

2.50

Diapulse Mfg
10c
Dickey (W S) Clay
Mfg Co
•

12c

Cyclomatics Inc
10c
Cyprus Mines Corp
4

21%

24%

25%

Daffin

22 %

24%

2%

2%

Class A non-vot—10c
Dilbert's Leasing St

2v,
'

Ridge Corp

%

%

Corp
•
Daggafontein Mines Ltd
Amer deposit rets
Dahlstrom Mfg Co
1
4
Daily Mirror News
4%
papers Ltd "adrs"__
Daisy Mfg Co
2

1%
36

1%

4%

"5%

n6%

172
14

8

Dale System

13%

•

Inc

Dallas Airmotive

-1

16%

Dashew Busi Mach-lOc

10c

Datatrol Corp

50c

"5%

Datom Industries
David St Dash Inc

10c
10c
1

2%
1%
2%

David's

8

7%
a

9
4%

Class A commor
Datamation Inc

%

Inc—

1% Dayton Aviation Radio
& Equipment
50c
8%

Called for redemption,
-

-

-

see

%

page
.

;

:

40
•
1

Corp of Wash cl A

4%
8%

7%

7%

Drew Properties—
Class A

1

*

1%
23 %

1%
24%

%

Drexel Enterprises_2.50
Du Pont of Can Ltd—•
Dubrow Electronics

40%

41

Industries Inc_—10c

15

%

18%
2%

2%
37

32%

30%

50c

1%

Dumas Milner Corp—
Class A common—1
Dun St Bradstreet
1

-

.

8
55

•

2%

1

al3%

14%

61%
13%

64%

19%
19%

20%
20%

6%
4%

7%
5'ft

Duffy-Mott Co Inc
Duggan's Distillers

50

7%

10c

2

17

8% Ducommun Inc
1% Dudley Sports—
Duff-Norton Co
13

12
47

products Corp

Duncan Coffee Co
1
Duncan Elec Mfg—
Class A
2.50
%
Class B
2.50

1t.

Dunham-Bush Inc
2
Dunlap St Associates_l

1
1

,,
1

1%

2* r 1

Duofold Inc

10

1%
2%

Dura Corp.
1% Durlron Co.
3%

.%

1

2

14%

23

Units

Dixie Dinettes
1
Dixon Chem Indus
1
Dixon (J) Crucible—20

sale..

n

•• -/

Nominal.
-

24%
3'ft

Warrants
5 % conv pfd
series of 1956. ._25

15%
2%

34

36

32

1%

1%

Co—

33

57

r

1

28%

30%

Dyna-Therm Chem
1
Dynacolor Corp
20c

1%
6%

1%
7%

Dynamic Films Inc 10c

%
%

%
li

10c

2%

2%

4%

4%

4%
5'ft

50c

2
2

2%

E & B Brewing Co—1

a—

1

10

Dymo Industries

4%

53%

-7

7%

g

Dynamic Gear Co—10c

Dynamic Instru't

20%

19

5c
26

„„„

26%

%
1%
3%
4
220
235
y
%

Dynasonics Corp

Dynatronics Inc
;
:

5

1%
2%

3%

%
27

3%
%
6%

Canadian

2%

;

Eason Oil Co

4'ft

25c

—1

27
21c

East Utah Mining—10c

30%
23c

Eastern Aluminum

10c

1%

Eastern Bowling Corp
Class A common
1
Eastern Camera St

10c

1%

5% Eastern Lime Corp
1
6% Eastern
Racing Assn.*
21%
$1 preferred——*

16%
4ys
15

1%

%

Mfg Co Inc

4%

4%

5%
19%

20c

ECPI Inc
E Z Painter Corp

4%

Photo

Supply

1%

3
1/
'

2%
1% Dixon-Powdermaker
Furniture Co
1
2%
Doak Pharmacal Co_10c
% Dob Corporation•

: •

2%

Pen

Duro-Test Corp

Warrants

%
%
6%

26

23

—

15%
1%

•

DIT-MCO Inc
•
Diversa Inc common—l
$1.25 conv pfd
5
9% Diversifax Corp
25c
6%

24%
_50c

Duro

94

3%

4%

94.-~kLast
O;

1

District TheatresDist Wholesale Drug

6%

9%
5%

lc

Sales Inc

—

8%

Data-Control
19
.10c
Systems
4% Data
1
Display
Data Processing—

9%

.

5%
4%
3%

5

Directomat Corp
1% Disc Inc class A
7% Disct Corp of N Y
1% Discount Stores
Discount Sundry

7
1

.20

Stores Co

14%

1%

III

Dalto Electronics
Dan River Mills
5% preferred

1%

15

± la

8%

4

%

.

%

Development Corp.lc
2

150

10c

17

Digitronics Corp—

13

Danly Machine
'>
Specialities Inc
5
Darling (L A) Co
1
11% Dart Drug Corp cl A_1

100

110

preferred
100
Copymation Inc
50c
Coral Ridge Prop-

53

1%

Dillon (J S) St Sons

8%

52%

Amer deposit rets—
Dressen-Barnes
11 %
Electronics Corp —1
10% Drever Co
——40c

Dynamic Vending—10c
Dynascan Corp
1

7c

97

55%

1%

1

7% Dextone Co Inc
6% Dextra Corp
7% Diamond Alkali
43%
$4

25c

3%

54

3%
14

17%

sdi/,

1

Cutler

_1

4%
8'ft
26'ft

2%

Development Corp_5c

17%

17%

4%
7%
24%

—

Drexel Dynamics Corp

Trucking Co

16%

%

21%
3%
13%
1%

ft

1 Va Dictaphone Corp
5
3% Dictograph Products—2
Diebold Inc
5
% Dielectric Products
22%
Engineering 55c pfd 8

Coplay Cement Mfg_20




50c

Deltown Foods Inc
Denab Labs Inc

2%
%

1

•
Without par value,
Ex-stock dividend.

9%
15%

31

Cooper (Peter) Corps—

y

10%

5
1

29

1
Control Circuits Inc 10c
Control Data Corp

Class A com...
60c conv pfd_

7.50

Customline Control
Panels Inc
lOe
Cutler Federal Inc
•

1%

52

1
Dougherty Bros
25c
Douglas St Lomason 2
Douglas Microwave.lOc

3

31%

Transport

6%

1%
16%

1

Aerodynamics
Industries, Inc—10c

10%
%
9%

141/4
%

preferred
100
Cooper Tire St Rubber
Warrants

9

6%

13%
%

6%%

6%

Oil

50

2

St

29 %

4%

ft
1%
3

Dresdner Bank—

Amer

1
2

Continental Screw Co 1
Continental Tob
10c

Electric Co

Delhi-Taylor

5

Amer

n3%

%
1%
2%

Publishing

Dover Construction—•
Downtowner Corp
5
7
Drackett Co
•
1% Dravo Corp
1

1%
1%

10c

3

lc

15c

50c

8%

2%

6* pfd A ww
1%
1%
8%
Doughboy Indus
3%

%

10c

8%

Amer dep rets

Dornost

1%
7%

75c

Homes Inc
Deutsche Bank A G

1
2.50

•

% Dorsett Electronics_25c
Dorsey Corp "wte"

%

Deval

Custom Credit

5

28%

Detroiter Mobile

2% Curley Co Inc
Curtis Cos Inc
5%

1%

cook

22%

19c

1%

Dekcraft Corp
Del Electronics
Delaware Barrel
Drum Co

6%
5%

Dorm an Long St Co—

nl2
n8

3
5c

5

% Dorchester Gas

6%

Cummins Engine

13%

10

Deseret Pharmaceut'l_l
Designatronics Inc_10c
% Des Machine Bull—

%

10c
10c
•

1

Inc

3%

Dero Research St

2%

3%

Donnkenny

Denver Chicago

4%

1%

Now listed NYSE
Cook Coffee Co

1%
6%

Self-service
Stores Inc units

7%

2%

4%

5%

1

5%

1 Va
6

1%
10

17% Crowley's Milk
17% Crown-Bremson
Industries Inc
3%
10%
3% Crown

1%

2

%

See Machine Bull

% Cryogenics Inc
4% Cryplex Industries
Crystal Tissue
1% Culligan Inc

4%

1

13%

4%

Cryogenics Engin'g.lOc
V«
4%

26%

Denver-Golden Corp.lc

5%

k

Crouse-Hinds

9%

•

Delta Design Inc
IS Delta Electric
12% Delta SS Lines

ft
17
17
3

Co

3

8%
67/8

%

1%

ft

40

4%

Creative Playthings-.1
Crescent Engineering
St Research Corp
•
Crescent Niagara
10c
Cresson Consol Gold

10c

Continental
Lines Inc

%
7%

26

Crawford Corp

3

Milk

Delford Industries

10

1%

2

Barrel

Warrants
6%
conv pfd

70

2%

Computer Applica's.lOc
Computer Control
•
computer Equipment-*

Consol

13%

8%

—

Components Corp of

pf<L

12%

Superm'kete Inc_10c
2%
1
% Craig Systems
Cramer Electronics
1
8% Crampton Mfg com 1

Warrants

40c conv

1

2%
%

Cracker

1

Phipps Stores—

4% Dejay Stores Inc—50c
21

7%

2%

3%
%

10c
3%
7%
1% Decitron Electronics-lc
5
8% Deco Aluminum

1

Warranto
Cowles Chemical Co
Cowles Magazines A

Dean
Dean

Ask

14%

2% Doman Helicopter
10c
Donbar Development—
Class A com
10c

2%
30

Bid
14%
3%

%

Producing Co

Common
5 % % preferred
Dechert Dynamics

3%
1%
20%

6%

25c

Petroles

1%

Far

Dole Engineering

1

A

Stocks—

3%
1%
3

%

Deer Park Baking
25c
Defense
Electronics-lc

-

Broadcasting

Community Charge

Compression

1

De-Flectronics Inc 10c
Dejur-Amsco Corp—
Class

16

3%
7%
1%
7%

1

30%

Ask

23% Dobbs Houses
16%c
Documentation Inc.lOc
32% Dodge Wire Co
1
Doeskin Products
1

6%

1

Cove Vitamin St Pharm
Common
50c

Commonwealth The*

des

5%
14%

•

Bid

22%

•
De Beers Cons Mines—

7%
2% De Laval Developm't-*
DeMarco Business
40c
Forms cl A com
•
Warrants

20c

common.lOc

Courtesy Products
4% Cousins Properties

4%

2c

A

17

51%

Community Research ds
Development
le
45c preferred
5
Compagnie Francaise

13%
6%
2%

Corp—

Class

Commonwealth Oil

Plan

25c
14

23

1

of Puerto Rico

8%

15c

10c

Par

93

7%

10c
*

Cosmos Industries

Shearing

Refining Co Inc

88

Book

93^
Distributing
173^ Cosmodyne Corp

Stock*—

Dayton Mall Iron
Amer deposit

%

nlO%

l

%

%

Filter_1.50

and Stamping
Commerzbank
Amer dep rets

Ask
-

2% Corrigan Communic
lc
6% Corson (G St W H)
1
1%
Cory Corp.
1
4% Cosmetic Chemicals-lc
4%
Warrants-

1%

9
16

Bid

lc

Electric Corp com
$5.25 pfd ser
11%
24% Cornet Stores
7%

11 Va

25c

Par

Cormac Chemical
Cornell-Dublier

21

Warrants
Columbia Cellulose
*
Columbia Technical..10c
Columbia Toys cl A_25c

Stocks—

Ask

4%
1

29%

Eastern Shopping

111
15%
43 %

2

2%

7%

8

7% Edgcomb Stl Co (Pa)_5

19 Va

value.

tNew

stock-,

4%
18

14%
40%

Centers Inc
Eckerd Drugs of Florida Inc
10c
Economics Laboratory 1

3'ft

dollar

18

1%

"

Economy B'kbind'g_10c
Ecuadorian Corp Ltd_5
% Ed-U-Cards Mfg.
lc

4

1%

x

3%
19%

Ex-dlviden<«

5 '

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS

72

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29. 1963
Stocks—

Par

Bid

Edgcomb Steel ot
New England cl
Edge Ltd

8%
1%

&

Drier

Inc

1

Fdgewater Steel Co
•
Educational Develpmt_X
Educator Biscuit

15%

Amer

7
8

b%

1%

3 %

3%
3%
32:

3%
8%

2%

Electro-Nlte- Engln'g—•
Electro Refractories St

1%

1
10c

12
4

Electro-Temp
IV*
46%

lc
l

Electromagnetic

St Warehouse Co—12
Federal Design
1

21%

6%

Electronic Dlscovery-Xe

l?

A

9%

2

*
2% Fieldcrest Mills
5th Avenue Cards—10c

Corp
10c
Electrosollds Corp—
6*

conv

pfd

1%
2%
2%
3%

lOe

Elgeet Optical Co
i
Ellon Instruments
50c
Warrants
Elk Horn Coal
Corp •

2

15%

Elliott Automation—
Amer deposit rets
Klmar Electronlos___*
Elox

Emac

Corp

6%

5%
7%

i

Data

Processing Corp _1»
Emery Industries
•
Emhart Mfg Co
7.50
Emmer Glass Corp—
Class

A

Endevco Corp

Enflo Corp

Ennls Business
Forms Inc
Entron Inc
Eon Corporation
Epko Shoes Inc.

1
1
•
__10c

20%
5%
%

25c

2.50

25

10c

2
4

Co
(L M)

Telephone "B" shs
Erie Resistor Corp—
Common
2.50
90c conv nref
12 5«
Erlanger Mills
1
Ethyl

28%
11

17
18
6

10s

79%

79%
7%

2%

22c

A

Fnbe- Coe ft Greer

Corp

_

Fair Lanes Inc el a
Fairev

Co

Mines

•

%

2%
•

42

7%
43 %

1

5%
4%
3%

Ltd

v

54%

class A

10c

8%

2
30

1%
28

8%

7%

4%
3%

5>/4
4%

7%
%

12%
2%
1%

2%
1

.1

.5

11

S3 class A_
Class B non-voting.*

50
30

Inc
Foremost Dairies

39%
3%

4%% preferred.
50
Forest Laboratories-10c

Formsprag Co

7%

Formula 409

1

Inc

a

Products

Ltd

55% Foster-Forbes Glass 1.50

Called

Syndicate class A_10c

General Electronics
Laboratories—
Class A
:
33%C

1

1
General Industries
4
General Kinetics
25c
Gen Magnaplate
50c

1

Foundation Co <NY v

1

for

redemotton.

see

page

Equipt $4.75 pfd

•

19%
80

A

7&

1%
3%
30

4

32

1%
8%
6%

12%

37c

4

45c

1%
7%

94.

k Last

1%
3%

96
20C

15%

lc

A

Nominal,

r

35
8%
17%
1%

1

1%

1%

10 Va

12%
1%
%

1%
%
40

48

15%

16%

40c

1% Great Lakes Term
Whouse (Ohio)
1
3%
Great Plains Devel¬
opment Co Ltd
1
Great Universal Store#
Ltd class A
5s
Greater
All
American
Markets
1
16%
Green (Daniel) Co
10

5

u

34
7%
al7

Grain Elev Whse Co 10c
Granco Inc class A__I
Granco Products
50c
Grand Union Co—

50c

15%
39
10

Canadian

11%
6%

2%
38

2
10

25%
A

Griesedteck
5% conv

dollar

value,

16c

35%

2%
2%

Va

IV*

9%

10%

5%

5%
91%

•

Co

30
5

pfd

oriess-Pfleger Tan

Machines

3
42

20 Va

2

27

Griggs Equipment 50c
16% Grinnell Corp
——"
Orocerette Vending

10%

7%

14c
2%

preferred

Mfg Co

12

18%
35%
98

.100
1% Green Mountain Uran
Class A
—lc
47
Green Shield Plan_25c
% Greene (M J) Co—10c
51

1%

la

Green 'A P) ''Ire
Brick Co
5
Green Giant Co com.*

Gremar

sale,

%

21

20

1%
8%
24%

1

1%
3%

%

4%% preferred
50
Granger Associates
1
1% Great Amer Realty—
Class A
10c
8%

•

10

%

6

A

2% Georgia Shoe Mfg

%

i'K

16

%

21% Georgia Marble Co

%

%
7%

Corp—10

Gradiaz Annis St Co
i
Industries
lc
Graham Chemical _10c

1

20
2

Yb

13% Grafco

46

-60c

17

1%

9% Gorton's of
7%
Gloucester Inc
•
Gould Properties cl A_1

13%

America

10%

1%

12%

24

1%
9

8

1

Industries Inc
80c
Goldsmith Bros
:_25c
Gordon St Breach
Science Publish _10c

Gen Supermarkets-lOc
Gen Tin Investments
Ltd "ADRS"
Gen Tire St Rubber Co

6% Genuine Parts Co
2% Geoehron Labs
7% Geophysics Corp of

%

>

.10c

Goridard Inc.
Goddard Indus

19%

18

*

357
330
3% Golden Triangle
2%

1%

23

Corp

Gold Medal Studios-lOc
7% Golden Crest Records
Class A
10c
18%

1%

Genisco Inc.
6

Products

7%
1%

St

7

6

Genge Industries

44

1

5%
3%

6%
1%

10c

Godfrey Company——5
51/4 Goebel Brewing
60c conv pfd
10

S27.50 warrants
General Utilities Inc

%

(Fritz W)

6%
1%

6%
1%
4%
3%

50c

Sons Inc
2
Global Steel Prod—50c
Globe Rubber

3%

General Economics

Units

—

43
19
75
12

•

46%
5% Fort Worth Steel St
5%
Machinery Co
•
10c
3% Fortuna Corp

9

General Devices Inc
1
Genl Drive-in Corn—•
General Economics-lc

13% Gen Resistance Inc_10c
12% General Shale
Products Corp
•
Gen Spray Service—

%

50c

% Forman
Realty Corp.lo
2%

6%

Glitsch

1%

6%

19c
Glickman Corp cl A—1
%

19%

13
25c
8
3

29%

29
46
47

dep rets ord

Golden Cycle

Genl Castings Corp 10c
General Coll Prods-lOc
General Crude Oil
2%

7%
2%
%

50

16c
%

7

8% General-Gilbert
1% General Indicator

12

Amer

Glen-Gery Shale
Brick Corp
Glen Industries
2% Glen Mfg Inc

3

•
•

5C

50

13

4%

General Aniline St
Film class A
General Atronics

2%
6%

6%
12%

5

4%9S> preferred
4%% pfd
Glaxo Group Ltd

12%
2%

9%

General Electronic
Control Inc
10c
7
General Electronics—
16 %
Class A
10c

5%
12%

Foster Grant Co

•Without par v^iue.
Sx-stock dividend.




Food Plus Inc
19% Foote St Davis IncA Foote-Burt Co—

"42"
•

23%

General Precision

26c

Nickel

Family Circle
Assoc

~8%

45

10
.10

"Adrs"

Falconbridge

81
81

37%
2%

50c
Co

-10

Foamland USA
—25c
Food & Drug Research
Laboratories
50c
Food Fair Properties-1 c
Warrants.

3%

50c
50c

Corp

%

Forbes Ac Wallace—

10s

F Finance

%

Flying Tiger Line

%
4% Forclte

F &
F R

23'/a
4%
1

6%

t

Inc
Exolon Oomtwnv
Extrln Foods Inc

21%
4%
%

14 Va

2%
1%

.

Executone

——

1

•

-

9%

9

12

28% Floyd Bennett Stores 5 c
Fluke (John) Mfg—50c
11% Fluorocarbon Co
40c

.

19%
25%

17

27

10% Florida Tile Indus—

preferred

18 %

12%
9%

—

4%

5%

40

11%

13%

25%

1
1

common

38

11

.25c

8%

2

50c
5% Glasspar Co
•
2% Glastron Boat Co
7%
3% Glatfelter (P H) & Co

.1

Electronic
Distributors Inc

17

8

50c

Girder Process—
Class
A
ic
Glrltown Inc cl A— t
5% Gisholt Machine
10
Glamur Products
8c
Glasrock Products— to

.1

Gateway Trans

15%

•

common

Industries

2"
9%

.5

Goods

A

3%

50c

Common

Gem

88

Glrard

10%

Gateway Chemicals.
Gateway Sporting

13%

7%
12

1

1

Tn»

13%

10

Class A

3

41/4

4

Co—1

Gaslight Equipment_10c

4%

5%
1%
7%

Garrett Freightlines
—1.66
Oarsite Products
10c
Oas Hills Uranium—lc

7

2%
4%

Name changed to
Group Inc

685

17% Gate City Steel—
4%
7% pfd ser B ww_20

4%

Florida Steel Com

100

Executive Equlpmt 10t

Fafnir Bearing
Fairbanks Co

7%

Class A com
1
35c
5
21% Flagg-Utlca Corp
2.50
6% Fleming Co Inc
1
XVa Flexible Tubing
Flora Mir Candy—10c

"6%

18%

Fabien

7

~3

18

Eureka Corp Ltd
25c
Eversharp 5% pfd_20
Exchange Buffet
2%

Executive Houss
Warrants

14%
1%
3%

50c

13% Fitchburg Paper Co

Corp—

Class A common
5
Class B common
8
6% series A pfd-100
Ets-Hokln Ac Onlvan
I

Common
50c
Garland Knitting Mills
1
Class A common
1
4% Garlock Inc

Realty^

Southern

20c
10c
1
1

Gabriel Industries
2% Garden Land Co
Garden State Racing
5
8% Garfinkel (Julius)—

Hartford

First Union Realty
1
Fischer St Porter Co—
5% preferred
10
Fisher Foods com
2.50
$5 preferred
•

1%

5%

2%
3%

~2%

9%

13

20% Putterman Corp cl A_1

Flight Co

2% Florida Hillsboro
4% Florida Palm-Aire
8% Florida Properties

3%
10%

10c

Estey Electronics

8% First

12

1%
8%

9

First Republic Corp of
American class A—1

6%
6%

5

G L Electronics
G M s Stores-

2

Gilbert Marketing
Class

2
22% Funded Securities A
10c
24% Furman-Wolfson

27

8
•

7

8%

20c

1% Fisher Governor Co—1
11%

Equity oil

17%

88
49

t

Epsco Inc
Ericsson

%
85
48

common_10c

Empire Devices
Empire Petroleum
Empire State Oil

First
First

1

6%

—•

100
_10c

3

4

9

2%
14% Fulton IndustriesFulton Market Cold

17
2%
16%
4%

53 State St Corp
Filmohn Corp
2% Filon
Corp
3% Fireco Sales Ltd

3%

3%

4% Gilpin (Henry Bi Co-

14%
1%
3%

—50c

2%

•

2%

8%

8

9

Dimension

10
Gilbert Data-Systems
4%
inc
lc
10% Gilbert Youth Research

1

3"%

4%

Flat Motors—
Amer dep rets

Fifth

17%
1%

Class A common_50c

1%

Electronized Chemicals

16%
1%

Machine Tool
Giffln Industries

30c

2%

Optics Inc—*
Fiat Metal Mfg
10c
5%

XV*

2
_1

9% Glddlngs & Lewis

33%

4

4%

V*
9%

35£
%

48
2

Ferson

Electronic Engineering
Co of California
1
Electronic Product# _•
Electronic
Wholesalers
20c
Electronics Missiles &
Communications 10c

Common

Electrcs-lOc

:

6%
1%
3%
8%

57%

33%

Storage (HI)

1

56%
6%
1%
3%

3.,

21%
23%
19%
1%
3%

pfd.—*

1%
3%
7%

"adrs"-*

n%

2%

2.200

6%

18% oiannini ScientifiC-lOc
13% Giant Food Prop
10c
1% Qiant Tiger Stores
•

20c

Federated Publlcatns-*
Fellows Medical Mfg—2
Ferro Dynamics
25c

* v.

18%
12%

88%

1

%
2.000

Gevaert Photo-

—Production

Fuller Industries
lc
89% Fullview Industries—

13%

%

10%

5%

2.50

2% Frouge Corporation

1%

Ask

%
9%

5%
1%
9%

Frontier Airlines
1
Frontier Refining Co—1

si.25 preferred —10
Federal Steel Corp—•

Federated

2%
4%

14

Gerber Scientific
Instrument Co
-_•
5% Geriatric Pharmac. 10c
Geriatric Services—10c
36
Gertsch Products
i*
Gestetner Ltd—
Ord A Am dep rets
13
Getchell Mine Inc
8
1
•
18% Getz (Wm) Corp
15%

12

21%
% Fritzi of Calif Mfg

n%

49%

nl7

II

Bid

—

11

Frito-Lay Inc

Federal Resources _50c
1% federal Screw Wks—1

6%

17%

11%
5% Freoplex Inc
10c
Frigikar Corp
:50c
Frisch's Restaurants *
13c

6c

Si Engineer'g
2%
Common
„10c
Federal National Mt(
12%
Association
100
4% Fed Quality Homes. 28a

Signal

11%
7%

Free State Geduld
Mines Ltd "ADRS" 5s
French (Fred) Inv
•

20

1%
3% Fed Mfg

Common
$1.20 con pr

On

3% Frantz Mfg Co—

18%
10%
4%

Federal Sign St

Ttalmar

30

1
_•
-1
_•

Stock*—
Par
Geoscience Instrumts 10
45c Geotechnlcal Corp
1
10
Seotechnics &
Resources class A_25c
11%
Gera Corp (N J)
100
Ask

—

Fearn Foods Inc.
-8
Fed-Mart Corp
•
34
3% Federal Bake Shops—1
Federal -Bowling
9
Centers Inc
lc
Federal Compress

2%
414

5%
35 %

Oil—6

Franklin Electric.

17

23

3%

10c

Electronic Accounting
Card Corp
1
Electronic Communica¬
tions 6% conv pfd 10
Electronic Components •
Electronic Controls_25e

1

PranHIn

n4%

1

% Franklin Corp

2%

1

Faultless Rubber

2%

15

6%

,I0o

Industries Inc

Va

9

10%

1

Photo

Franco Wyoming
Frank (Albert)
Guenther Law
40%

2%

7%

Electro Networks

Corp

54% Fox-Stanley
7%
Products

52
7

•

7

1%
3%
IV*

Electrolux

58%

Inc
10c
Fate-Root Heath Co—1

6%

35c

2%
3% :Fownes Bros St Co
Fox St Louis Prop—
59%
Units

39%

2-7 Faultless Caster
TV*

Electro-Mechanical
Systems Inc.—12%c
Electro-Mechanics
10c
Electro-Miniatures 10c

Systems

1%
3%

12.50

company

Bid

Stocks—

7% :Four Corners Oil St

Fastllne

Instruments—1

Abrasives Corp

XV*

Ask

Minerals Co

1

8% Farmer Bros Co
9%
7% Farrel-Blrmlngham

Bid

7

deposit rets

8% Farrington Mfg

8

EICO Electronic
Instrument Co
1
Eltel McCullough
|
Elco Corp
25c
Eldon Industries
1
Electrada Corp
1
Electric Hbse <fe Rub-10
Electro Cdnsoi el A_50c

Electro-Tec Corp

43

1%

1

Common
^
Class A
M
Edwards Engineering-1
Edwards Industries..30c
Eichler Homes Tn» '
*

Electro

Family Record Plan__l
Fanon Electronic
Industries, Inc
20c
Far a dyne Electronics 5c
Fsrbenfabrlken Bayer
Amer deposit rets—Farbwerke Hoechst A G

9%
1%

14 V*
41

25c
ftdgerton Germeshausen

Par

Stocks—

Ask

Inc

t New

88

%

15e

stoo>

x

%

Ex-dividend,

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS

April, 1963

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29,
Stocks—
Grolier

Par

Inc

_1
-1

Gross TelecastingGrosset & Dunlap
1
Gruen Industries
1
Guantanamo Sugar
1
Guardian Chemical_10c
Guardian Paper Co
1

Guayaco Corp

10c

12
4

2

Stocks—

Ask

1
1

18 Ms

1J excei

1

12

Products

Common
12.50
1st pfd 5 c/o ser B
25
Hi-Pre^s Air Condi¬

3%

Ms

tioning of Amer
Hi-Shear

12c

18c

5c

Ms

51

ll's

10c

6 Vis
5Va

10c
2

Gulf Resources
Gulf Sulphur Corp

3%
9

Guy's Foods Inc
Gyrodyne Co of
America

Race Course_l
Hiawatha Oil & Gas 10
5'<r
conv
pfd
10

■\ %
7
574
4 Ms
9 Ms

Leaseholds Inc
20c
Gulf Interstate Co
1

Inc

1

•
1

Kalco Chem (Units)
Halle Bros common
5
$2.40 conv pfd
50

33Vi
1 74
39
74
19 74
44Ms

Htlliday Lithograph _1

42

%
20

10V4

•
•
lOe

133/4
17%
l U

14%

74

2
1

Inc

9%

10c

Hamilton Cosco
Hamilton Mfg

%
374

Hampton Sales Co
Hancock (J W) Inc—
Common
6% conv

pfd
Handmacher-Vogel
F^ndschy Chemical
Handy & Harman
Hanna Mining Co

1

Hanover Shoe
Hansen Mfg Co
Hanson-Van Winkle-

1

1
1
1

3.50
1

Munning Co
Hapman Corp

Harnischfeger Corp
6%
conv pfd
100
Harper (H M) Co
1

Harper

35%
1 Ms

19

1%

6%

1%

/8

12 Ms

Row

St

Publishers Inc

•

18 Ms

19 V4
2 Vs

Harper Vending
5c
Harrington & Rich¬

1%

ardson Arms
Harrison (B M)

1

7 Vis

8 Ms

Elec_*

i4

i.i

Super Markets

5

1274

1
Gold

20 Ms

221/2

Mining Co Ltd—
deposit rets

Amer
Harvest

Brand

Harvey

8

House

Harvey
Harvill

Inc_10c

10c
Wells Corp
lc.

1

Corp

5 74
2

1%
Ms

1%

Publishing

Harwyn
Class

8%

5 Ms

10c

1

11

Co_l

12

8

Hastings Raydist

8%

/4

1c

1

House of Westmore.lOc
Houston Fearless Corp 1

21%

22%

is y4

Intercoast

15V2

35%

3674
10 Mi

10

9

%

26%
674
10%
23 Ms
15
2 Va

11

1
1

100

61
3%
16

•

Co
1.25
Hudson Pulp & Paper
Jubinger

"*

Tabulators

1V8

Int'l

11%
2474
1674
2%
1

16

~4%
16%

25%

5% pfd series A—25
5 12#
pfd B_
25
Hudson Wholesale

22

22 Ms

2374
24

Groceries Inc
Hudson's Bay

374
12%

3%
13 Va

Hudson's Bay Oil &
Gas Co I.td__
.2.50
Hunter Engineering—
Common
1
-

25

28

774
30%
3874

15

8%
33

4074

Hupp Systems
%
5 Ms.

10c
25c

2 Va

9%

"adrs"
2.50

4%

1274c

374

Schools World

International

Havana

_5

Co

.

6 Vintners "adrs"
int'l Electronic
Research Corp

2.65

Racing Co-lOc

6

8c

12c

6%% preferred
100
Huston (Tom) Peanut *

•

10%

"4%

Huyck Corp.
Hyatt Corp of Amer

18%
4%

1%

Hawley Products Co—5
Hayden Publlshing_lc
Hayes Int'l
2.50
Hazel Park

Racing—1
Voting Trust ctfs

Head Ski Co Inc

1.50

Hearst Consol Pub—
7% class A pfd
25
Heath (D C) & Co
5
Heldor Electronics

9%
3%
143 4
374

37/a
17%

17

Corp
10c
Helm's Express Inc—
Class A common
1
Hendrick Ranch Roy_l

7%

Drive-In

*

Heppenstall Co com_50
4Mt% preferred
50

.50c

35

33

Int'l

Flight

Caterers
Tnc
Int'l Industries Inc
internat'l Marine
Int'l Oils & Metals
Int'l Packings Inc

lc

*
lc
1

•

Intern'l Photocopy_20e
Int'l Proteins
1
International Railroads

Weighing

1

Corp

International Saf/Iower
Class A com
2
Int'l Talc common
5
7 "r

preferred

100

Int'l Textbook Co
Int'l Ultrasonics

•
10c

%
7y8

3Vis
6%

20

1
Heritage Industrial
1
Heritage Petroleum
1
Herman <fc Appley Inc
Class A com
10c

8%
5V'2
7 Vs

Herts-Lion
international
Hewitt-Robins

5%
•

25

28

18 Ms

20 V2

14

14%

Ex-stock




•

%
2Va

-5

Breaker 4.60% pfd 50
5c
45

fTI Electronics
Tdaho Farms Co_.
Ideal Precision

par value,
dividend.

a

2

2974

174

38V2
11

10c

28
33%

Illinois Tool Works _10
Imac Food Systems
•

li

n40

1%

1

Income Properties—
Class A
50c

3%

3%

2

1 Va

2%

preferred

Indian River Citrus
Fruits Inc
Indiana Gas &

Chemical Corp
Limestone

20

4%

2

50c

43

3%

10

Indianapolis Stk Yards
8%

Called

for

Common
6% preferred

redemption,

50

50
see

page

22
50

94.

87 a
1074
1

5

46

.lc

1
5

3%
574

8%

9%

2

2 74

3

%

4

40
115

58

co.i.

2%

2

-

26
84

75
28

90%

8
14

8%
15

1

19%

19%

1

1774

17%

Jorn's Greeting
Co Inc.

3

3M

20

2

%

& Supply
Jostens. Inc
Class A

Interstate Vending
Ionics Inc

Irving (John)

(J B)

1
1

Shoe

preferred

Irwin
(Richard
Itek Corp

Ivey

1
25

23
9

374

2%

Co

1.25

Jupiter Corp $1.50 pfd *
Jurgensen's <Cal)
1
Petroleum-Ec

1

Mfg Co

Justrite

K A Electronics
1
K D I Corp
:-85<
Kahn's (E) Sons
*
Kahr Bearing Corp. »or
Kaiser Steel Corp—
Common
3
$1.46
preferred —

'

Kann-Ellert
Electronics

—.

-_1

——

Kansas City Stock
Yards (Me)
5% preferred
Kapner Inc

2%

2%
12

12 7'a

58

62

X15V4
2.60
47

10 %

2.80
—

2%

3%

2

274

American

shares

preferred

10c
'

& Co

com_l
1

_5

—•

J-K Industries

1

1
50

Mfg

1

42c

Associates
10c
Keith (George E) Co- .
Common
*
$5 prior pfd
100
Keller Corp
1
Kellett Aircraft Corp.l

5%
lie
29

9%

(Charles)
Charles Jacquin

2474 Jaguar Cars Ltd—
Amer dep receipts

1174

Jahn & Oilier
Engraving Co
1
46
Jahncke Service Inc—2
4 74 James Vend Mach-lOe
Jamesburr Corp
1
Jane

54

•lantzen

1

Colby Inc

n

1

Inc

Nominal

»

26
3%

5ya

17
574

iy8

174

15

62

5

Company

5%
6%

11%
y8
74
127 a

5%

674
5

4
42

_

4%
2374
13

%
274
4%

24%

16c

1474
30c

93
24 y2

96
25 Ms

24%

26%

19

1

21

1%
%

174
y4
274

27a

2474

Organization Inc. .1
Kentucky River Coal

Corp
——
Kentucky Stone
174 Kenwin Shops Inc

574

674
1074

2

—

674

474

17 74
16
24%
22%
280
270
1674
14%

*

Co

Kelly Girl Service

23

25%

77
52

25
10

■

674
16%

674

1
10

374
1874

6%

10
Kerr Addison Gold

2074

24

i\
15

3

Kelling Nut Co

3074 Kerite

ii

y8

12%

50c

1%

12

3

%

9%
14%
17%

1V4

"%

—1

Kearney Si Trecker
Keene Packaging

474

n8

—

—

Kent Dry Cleaners_10c
Kent-Moore

•

20c

-•

59

574

2
10

4
15c

98
574

Kay Windsor class A 1
84c

1%
16%

100

Karstadt (Rudolph)
Kavanaueh-Smith
Kay Foods Corp

I.Ms
16 y4

1""

Kendall Company
$4.50 Pfd series A— *
12
Kendall Refining
1"
374 Kennametal Inc
5
15
10%
157a Kennedy's Inc—
$1.25 conv pfd
*
18 74
Kenrich Petrochemical*
Class
A.
20c
5 74
Warrants

11%
11%

1

D)

J E Plastics Mfg
10c
J-F Machine Diesel
& Electronics
10c

sale,

a21%
8 74

Card

10c
Joseph & Feiss Co_2.5b
Joslyn Manufacturing

Kellwood

Jacquin

k Last

Corp

Jones <Sz Lamson
Machine Co
Jones Motor Co
Jonker Bumuos's
Machines "units"

Keltner Electronics. 25c

see

19%
2374

8%

11'
17.
49

10 %

1

—

Class B

Motor

System
-

Jarobsen

1

A

28%
36% Jackson's Minit
1%
Markets Inc
Jacobs (F L) com
4%
5% conv pfd

%

Indian Head Mills—
Common

1.25
—25c

Corp

Kaymarq Consol

class

Interstate Motor
Lines Inc

6#-

7/.

%

8%

1/4
374

Indep Coal & Coke Co 1

2%

Inc—

.10

~2%
1%
27%

1

Johnson Electronics
Johnson Service

Kane-Miller Corp

57 a

10c

42%

Corp_l

5%

l

I-T-E Circuit

Indiana

preferred
Without

10c

l'/a

Hikon Corp

Industries

Class
A
Hermetite Corp
Hershev
Creamery

Freight

1

50c

2
774
9%
74

10

4
% ;Ealvar Corp
iXaman Aircraft cl A .

9c
27

22

74 Ms

%

lc
1
50c
.50c

174
8

Va
7c

Line Co_
5
3574
1
26% Interstate Bakeries
$4.80 preferred
4Mb
100
374
Interstate Engineer'g_l
7% Interstate Hosts
2.50
Interstate

$1.25

Hermetic

lc

Meter Co

21

374

774

Components Corp_10c

17

2%
%

3%

1

Co

"

4%

I D Precision

Hercules Galion Prod-

P*7- B conv pfd
Herff Jones Co

Brick

151/2 Hydro-Electronics
41/4 Hydro Space
4 Va
Technology
181/2 Hydrocarbon Chem

%

Henry's

3

Hvdrodyne Indus
Hygiene Industries
Hygrade Pack cl A
27% Hvster Company
18%

25

Mfg

25

10 Ms
4

11%

Interprovincial Pipe

341/4

*
1

2;30

Flavors Sz

1

97

Hydra-Power Corp_10c
Hydraulic-Press

Favprtv Furniture
5
Hawaiian Pacific Ind_*

11%
2%

Jodmar Industries— )<<■
John's Bargain Stores

Justheim

Int'l Electronics
Class A common_10c

Common

574

1074

-

5%

Husky Oil Co (Del)
Steel

1

4% Julyn Sportswear—
Class A
10c
474 Juniper Oil & Mining
Co
VOr

Data

Ttiterphoto Corp
Hausman

32%

Correspondence

Int'l Recreation Cp 50c
1474

10
30

29|e
5%

3374c
Joyce Leslie—
See (Leslie Joyce)
Jubilee Iron
_1
•
2% Julian <fc Kokenge
Julie Research
Laboratories
1
10%
3 74

5%

24
27

£1

17;

28%
6% International Dist

A common
1
2nd pfd
24.50

1

3

Inc_

Int'l CablevisionClass A common. .10c
Int'l Computers &

18 74

Tntj

5%

974

Corp

Int'l Airport Hotel

29%
'4

29

174

—

c

5

10c

Corp

Fragrances

Class A com
Hurletron
Inc

14

African

System

1

pfd

12

10

Cos

American

I6M2

17%
474

5%

±

Cos p

Mfg

lc
10

Intercontinental

I834

774

4%

1%

Exchange

Dynamics

Houston

6% conv
Units

1%

Bldg ;Chicago)

2 74

2.50

Co

3%

874

of Vision

2Mb
5>/4

5

39 74

Company—

Instruments

3%

Industry Inc

Insurance

2y8

1
1

Howell

18

nl7

25c

Instruments for

Systems Inc

Oil Field
Material com
5%'» preferred

874

%

Jolyn Electronics

7%

deposit rets—
Honeycomb Products-*
Honeggers Inc
*
Honig's-Parkway
10c
Hooghovens—
Am dep rcts_____20 fl

House

1

2 74

25c

Systs

Int'l

com

1%
7%

lc

Insul-Cup Corp of
jc/?
America
43* Insular Lumber
*'4

25c

Amer

A

11

%

27 y4
4%
7%

•
10c

Jessop Steii Co
Jet-Aero Corp
47
Jewell (J D) Inc
11% Jiffy Steak Co

46

7%
7%

80

Jefferson Lake.
Asbestos "warrants"-

25

Ask

6%
674

1

A

13% Jenkins Bros
2 74 Jergens (Andrew 1
4% Jerrold Co>p

4

10

iv Instron Engineering
Instrument

10c

—

A

Hauserman iE F>

lYa

50c

074

Holiday Inns of

Harris-Teeter

Hart-Carter Co
Hartebeestfontein

Inc

nit/4

Hoover
Class

1274
1%

*

Inpak Systems
Insley Mfg Corp

6%

Va
25%
15%
4 Ms

tories
Hogan Faximile

74

for

Facilities

Hilco Homes Corp
•
Hines (Ed) Lumber_10
Hirsch (P N) & Co.—1
Hobam Inc
6c
Hobart Mfg Co
•
Hoerner Boxes
1
Hofman Labora¬

Class
SI.41

13 Ms

174
74 Jefferson Lake Sulphur
7%
preferred
_1(>

Underground

26%

Hot Shoppes Inc

12 Va

2

24%

Horizon Land Corp
Home Enterprises

103

lVa

1

class

Jaymax Precision
Products, Inc
10c
Jeddo Highlana Coai. ♦

Jervts

1

Voltage

Engineering Corp

America
1.50
%
% Hollingshead (R M)—1
Homestead
Valve
4 Ms
Manufacturing
2
Honda Motor Co Ltd

7Ms .: 8%
121/4
11V4
124%
118
15
16%
14%
13%

1
6 Ms

Infrared Industries

31

_

riign

Controls common___l

%
5%

50c

Inland Container Corp
2 inland A common
Class
»

6%
29 Ms
2%

Mining Co com_50c
Higbee Co
1
High tstown Rug
1

Hagan Chemical &
Hager Inc
Hajoca Corp

n/e

fiI,
q

Ms Jarrell-Ash

Bid

1

Va

25c
Information Systems
1

1%

8%
6%

Par

10c

Information

72

6

Stocks

Jarecki Corp

Industrial Vinyls
10c
Industro Transistor_l0c

%
3%

lMs
4%

Ask

Inc
Industrial Timet

22
10 V*

%
374

Hickok Electrical
Instrument Co cl A_1
Hicks-Ponder Co
1
Hicc Corp of Amer
1
Hidden Splendor

11

10

9%

Bid

Industrial Engravrs 10c
Industrial Instruments

1%
13

n21

10c
•

Corp

Hialeah

Corp

19%

1%

Par

Industrial Control
Products Inc

Industry Inc

Guild Musical
Instrument
Gulf Coast

Stocks—

Ask

Heywood-Wakefield—•

8 Vs

Va

Bid

Hexagon Labs Inc

23 Ms
12 Ms
4 Ms
2 Ms

3

Par

Hewlett-Packard Co—
90c conv pfd

49

7>/4

10c

Guidance Tech

Bid

461/4
2274

73

1963

4

12%
174
5ys
7%
25 M»

Canadian

Mines
1
Kerr-McGee Oil Indus
1964 warrants
11%
1967 warrants
Ketchum A- Co Inc— 1
474 Kewanee Oil Co—
13%
Class A
lb
1%
Class B
1"
574 Keyes Fib Co com
1
8

26

dollar

Warrants 1
4.80Tc 1st pfd

value,

t New

stock,

8
15

874
29

28%
19

3%
24

"
x

10
18

9%

29%
2974
1974
4 7V

Ex-dividend.

"

74

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29, 1963

St«ek»—

Par

Bid

Keystone Alloys
Keystone Discount

Ask

Stores Inc

Keystone Electronics 25c
Keystone Portland
Cement Co
3
Kinetics Corp.

3%
'/a

i

16%
3%
io %

4%
72c

10%
20
7

52%

Certificates No 1
Certificates No 2

6%
2%

Kirk Industries.
Kirk (C F) Labs
20c
Kirsch Co
5
Klondex Inc class A_lc
Knape 6c Vogt Mfg 2

Knaplc Electro Physics
Class A

2

com

%
1%
19

1%

25c

Knapp <fc Tubbs Inc.50c
Knickerbocker
Blologicals Inc
25c
Knickerbocker Toy
10c

l7/a

Knox Glass Inc

7%

5
2%

Knudsen Creamery
Co of Calif

Koehrlng Co
5*

conr

l
com.

pfd

-50

Koeller Air Prod

5c

Kogel Inc

Kollmorgen Corp

2.50
Korfund Inc
10c
Koster-Dana Coro
lc
Kromex Corp
1
Xrueger (W A) Co
5
Krylon Inc
Krystinel Corp cl A
lc
Kuhlman Electric
2
Kullcke 6c Soffa Mfg_*
Kurz 6c Root Co
1
Kusan Ino (Ky)
1

Leland

11%
5
76c

11%

26

15%
45%
1%
%
22%
2%
3%
6%
7%
7%
Va
13%
1%
2
3

Products
Lenahan Aluminum

lc

1
10c

1

Development
•
Lake Central Airlines—
Common
1
6%% conv pfd
10
Lake Ontario
Portland Cement_l
Warrants
5% conv pfd
10
Lakeside Industries
1
Lamson 6c Sessions—
4.75% conv pfd A_50
Lamston (M H) Inc 1
Lamtex Indus
10c
Lamtron IndustriesClass A
10c
Lance Inc
2.50

Land Equities Inc—
Class A common
Land TUle Bid*.

4

35c

Lewis Business Forms_l
Lewis (Tillie) Foods
1

2% Lewis
Welding &

Engineering Corp

1

47

Lexington Ave & 42nd
Street Corp cl D__lc
Ley (Fred) T & Co__1

1% Liherian

% Lido

Ore

Iron

•

Corp

10c

1
24% Li'L Gen Stores
2% Lilly (Eli) & Co cl B_5
3% Lily Lynn Inc—
7

135

10%
2 ¥4

3%
5%
21%

2%
¥2
10%
4 ¥4
42%
11

3

Class A

1

com

Corp of America

•

a Lincoln Stores
14% Lindberg Steel
Treating class A
2%
2% Lindly & Co Inc

5

8%

14%

5
10c

16 %
28%
11

Lannett Co Inc

2%
%

Lansing Development-*
Larr Optics 6t
Electronics Co
Larsen Co
Industries
Latrobe Steel Co
2.50
Lau Blower Co
1
Lawter Chemicals
1
Layne 6c Bowler Pump
Co
i
Le Cuno Oil..
10c
Le Malre Tool 6c Mfg_l
Le Tourneau (R G)
1
Leach Corp
20c
Leader-Durst Corp—
Class A common.SOo
Lease way Transport'n_l
Lee Communlcatlons_le
Lee (H D) Co Inc
•
Leece-Nevllle Co—_-50*
Leeds 6c Northrup
50o
Lee's Homes Inc
25c
Leeaa Travelwear—
Common class A
1
Leetronics Inc
50c

¥4
10
2%

16%
4%
16
8%
1A
2

10%
10

3%
22

21%
10%
25
5c

•Without par
•tock dividend.




81/4 Mahon (R C) Co
10% Majestic Penn State

5
•

a

•

10c
1
6% Merchants Acceptance
Melpar Inc

5Va

Class A

2

•

common

1%
3 Va Merchants Fast
9%
Motor Lines.
4% Mercury Photo—
353/4
Class A.
10% Meredith Publishing—5
lVa Meridian Electron's 10c

7

Corp
10c
Major Realty Corp—lc

Merry
Tile

¥4

1%

¥a

Chemical

Works cl A com_10
4 % % convertible

pfd series C
21
5

Malone 6c

—50

Hyde Inc

1

5%

6 Va
6

¥a

%

260
3%
3%
a4 Va

220

—

y2

%

2.50

Co

Mertronlcs Inc
Messenger Corp
Met Food Corp
Metal Bellows

43

46

15C

35%

37

21

21%

11%

12
28
2

26

1%

Brick 6c

Class A common—1

,®6

41

5C
11

6%

48

10c

7%

10c

1
1
•

Inc

13/4
%
13%
l3/4
4Va
1

1

4%

8% Metal Goods Corp_3.75
Metal Hydrides Inc
5
Metal Marking
Industries Inc
25c
22 %
Metalphoto Corp
le
23 %
Mettalurgical Inter'l
Class A
—10c

17

12%

Merslck Industries—

2

A

Bros

Metalcraft

Mallinckrodt

18 ¥4
2

2%
86%
7%
95
2

Assistance
10c
19%
*
2% Mandrell Industries
2V2 Manischewitz (B) Co_*
89V2 Mannesmann (A G)—
Amer deposit rcts_
Manpower Inc
66%c
8

14%

17% Metalfab Inc

2%

19 ¥4

203/.

%

II

•

14%

Litecraft Indus
1
Warrants
H¥a Lite-Vent Indus
1
3% Lithoid Inc
10c
Lithonla Lighting
•
4% Little (J J) & Ives_50c

3Va
¥4

Little Ruffy Togs
Littlefield Adams
22% Littlefuse Inc

lc

6

1

2.50

Living Aluminum
l
L N C Corp
1
2¥a Lobltos Oilfields Ltd—
Amer deposits rets
¥4
11%
5%

Loblaw Inc
Lock Thread

1

Corp

10c

Lockhart Corp
-1
Loddlng Engineering 1
Loft Candy Corp
l
11 ¥4

1%
14 ¥s

6

6

%

2%

8

5%
8 Va
15c
12

5%
3%

1

Longchamps Inc
1
Long Island Plastics 10c

40%
8%
3%
12

22%

Long-Lok Corp
16% Long Mile Rubber

_•
1

Longs Drug Stores
1
Longvlew Fibre
2 ¥4 Lortogs Inc
% Los Angeles Drug

2
7.50
,_l

83

•

15

1

18

5%

16%
8%

Louisiana State

2c

Milling
Lowell Toy Mfg

10

50c

Lowe's Cos Inc
Lucks Inc

1
*

1A Lucky Lager Brewlng_l

24%

12

10c

2%

1%
25

4¥a
11

8%
16%
19¥4
49%
13%

and Science
•
Lumlnator Harrison
1
Lum's Inc class A—10c

25c
1

Warrants

8%
7% M & D Store Fixture
MSI Electronics
10% Macco Corp
10 Va Macco Realty Co

preferred

2%

•
1

1%
24%
¥e

3c

5%
%

1
__1

13 %
6%

Cklled for redemption, see page 94.

30c
4%

25c

1%

23%

%

"2
4%
l3/a
474

%
4074
43/4

Common
Class A common

6 Va

1
1

Maryland Shipbuilding
& Drydock—
20%
Common
50c
43
4%% preferred
100
-

8Va Mastan Co
1
4% Mass Protective Assn_5
1
Mastercraft Medical 6c
Industrial Corp
10c
Mastic Corp
.1

243/4 Mastro Industries
10c
8
Mathes (Curtis) Mfg_l
12 y2 Matheson Co Inc
1
21
Mathews Conveyor
1
86
Mathias (A L) Co
•
23/4 Mattell Inc
1
16%

Matthiessen 6c Hegler
Zinc Co
20
Maul Bros Inc
25c
13/4
Maust Coal & Coke
1
Max am Inc
1
Maxson Electronics
3
5% Maxwell
Indus
10c
12%
Mayer (Oscar) & Co.10
83/4
1
18¥s Mayfalr Industries
Mayfalr Markets
1
21%
Mayfalr Super Mkts
1
52%
14%
McCloud Rlv Lumb_25
McCord Corporation—

%
$2.50 preferred
50
%
•
2% McCormick 6c Co
1
McDonough Co com
•
5% preferred
25
McGill Mfg CO
10%
50
McGowen Glass Fib_lc
5
174 McGraw (F H) 6c Co_2

% McLouth Steel Corp_2%
14% McQuay Inc
1
•
7 Va Mecanair Inc

k Last sale,

n Nominal,

r Canadian

1%
174

13/4
2%

3/4

15c

¥4
4

25c

lVa
5
4

10
2%

2%

11

15

Eagle

65c

74c

10

11

36%
11 %

37%
13

4%
%

474

3/4
1%

A
1%
63/4

Oil —

Miami Data Processing

¥s

—10c

center, Inc

Miami Tile & Terrazzo 1
5% Miami Window Corp—
14%
Common
50c
70c conv preferred—8
5
Michaels (J) Inc
1
Michelin Rubber & Tire

13%
¥4
4V4

274

17%
100
11 %
115

2

8%

10

113/4

1

Class A common

1

1% Midwest Rubber Re¬
7%
claiming com—2.50
l¥s
4%% preferred
50
42

1%
41
27 y2

293/8

19

32%

32 ¥4

133/4

Club (Colo) cl .
Mlles-Samuelson——1
15
Milgo Electronics
.1
63/4 Mllgray Electronlcs.25c
73/4

7

:"

7%
10%

Inc
Mile High

1¥4
3
90

7.50

Miller Bros Hat—
Miller Mfg Co
Miller & Rhoades—
Common

32
2 74

34%

13/8

33
14

n%

dollar

Pat

4374

4%

474
2¥a

(Cal)

9

4%
10%
6

10

43/4
11%
6%

36

37
13 %
78

2

•

6% Missile Systems

stock,

2%

1

10c

47
Misslle-Tronici
10c
35 y4 Mississippi Glass Co_10
15% Mississippi River
1%
Transmission Corp_l

t New

41 %

30

Mlnitone Elect'nics. 10c
Mlnitronics class A_20c
Miracle Mart Inc
1
Miss Elliette Inc
50c

2%
1% Miss

value,

174

27
95

20

Missile Components
•
Missile Sites Inc
25c

6%
46%

16

; '

Bearing class A

n20
n25
16

l'/a

1
1

Milton Bradley Co
1
Mine Safety Appli—10
2
Miner Industries
lc
33/8
Minerals Engineerlng_l
94
Miniature Precision

36%

15
n44

1174

100

preferred

4.75%

«.
7%
11 Mllllpore Filter

n45

11%

Kennel

.

%

174

Miehle-Goss-Dexter

~4%

14 y8

9

3/4

Midwest Technical
Development Corp—1

33/4

6%
133/4

19
8

18%
1974
8 3/4

Midas-International—

120

6%

7

2%

874
lVa
nl%

__

30%
13/4

230

18% Microton Industries.lOc
Mid-State Raceway
1

5¥s
5¥a

7
10

6
227

1

3% Michigan Bakeries —1
ll3/,
5%% conv pfd——20
Mich Seamless Tube—5
574 Microdot Inc
*
53% Micro Metals
10c
Micro Precision
20c
Microsonics Inc
•

11

25%

% McLean Industries—
Class A
lc
6 ¥4
$3 preferred
5

Centers Inc
10c
Metropolitan Playhouse
Class B
*

43 Va

9

Martin Yale Business
Machines "units"
5Va Martinall Indus
1 Va
3% Mary Carter Paint—

15%
9V»

10

10%
Ordinary
223/4 Meyer (Fred) Inc—
Class A common
•
3%
103/4 Meyer (George J) Mfg
53/4
Co
—5
9% Meyercord Co
5

5

Marsan Industries—
Class A common
10c
Marsh & McLennan
•
Marsh Steel Corp
1
Marsh Supermarkets
•

25c
13

7% preferred
Metropolis Bowling

Mexican

93/4
22%
274
93/4

8%

Marshall Electronics_lc
5% Marshall Industires —1

Metatronics Mfg—
5c
Metcom Inc
50c
Metro Inc common—1

8%

2474

17

2

-—lc

Common

8

6

10c

15

8

3

25c

2%
22% Metallurgical Resources

15C

50c

7%

93/4

13/4
213/4

40c

-

1

213/4
223/4

Marine Petroleum Tr—
Units of Interest

Mayfield Engnerng 10c
*

%
1¥4
¥a

27

99% 101

53/4 McCandless Corp

A

13 U
32

100

Marine Drilling

5

Lynch Communication
System Inc com
$8.50 warrants

1

6%
Marley (The) Co
2
3% Marmac Industries_10c
1% Marmon
Herrington
1
%
Marquette Corp
1
2 ¥4
Marrud Inc

Ludwig Engineering

Lunn
Laminates
21¥« Lusk (The) Corp
27

12
19%

Rice

2% Lucky Stores Inc
1.25
12
Ludlow Corp
•
11
Ludlow Typograph _ tO

3%

7%

Louis Lesser
See Lesser "Louis"

10% Louisiana-Delta
2 ¥4
Offshore Corp

Maremont Corp—

.

5¥a

50c

1

Market Basket
7
$1 preferred
15% Markite Co

1%
4%
lVa
11%
5%
8%

18%

1
1

Marcon Electronics

3% Marine View
Electronics Inc
21

1%
3 ¥4
1%
10 ¥4
41/2

Londontown

Mfg

Prods Inc

11

25

Lone star Brewing
Lone Star Steel Co

5

10

Lomart Perfected
Devices Inc
50c
London Terrace Inc—
Class A
1

30

Laboratories Inc

6%

53^
4%
3¥a
20

73/4
13 %

Mann Research

105

1
1

4% Lyntex Corp
3% Lyon Metal Prod

9%.
9%

_•

value,

1
1
1

4%

Lipe-Rollway Corp
Liquidometer Corp

Lytle Corp

10c

1

5¥a

Lion Match Co

7%
6 ¥4

1

Inc

30

3%
2 Va

Lee Wilson
Englne'g_*
Lehigh Industries 6c

Investing
Press

$30 warrants
$40 warrants

4c

Lee Way Motor

Lehigh

Corp
Magnefax Corp
"7% Magnetic Metals
Magnetics Inc
2 % Magnln (Joseph) Co

4%
%

A
53/4

174

63/8
1%
1%
2%
8 ¥4
33/4
33
.9%
3/4

4% Major League Bowling
& Recreation Inc
1
15%
5 ¥4 Major Pool Equipment

10c

Longhorn Portland
Cement Co
1.25

Langendorf United

Freight Inc

14%
14 %
¥4
145

l¥a

Landis Machine
Landis Tool Co

10c
lc

Melo-sonics Corp

•

Units.
Warrants.

Maradel

4%% pfd A

3%
%

50c

Medex Inc
Medford Corp
10
11% Medtronics Inc
10c
ii Meeban-Tooker Co
10c
3
Megadyne Elect'nics 10c

Magna Pipe Line

8% Magnasync

18
4

50c

28

A

8% Limestone Products

4%
4%
1*6

Power

Ask

3%

Systems Inc
Mech-Tron Indust

26%
10

Bid

Handling

7% Medallion Pictures
13% Medco Inc class A

2 ¥4
1%

%

Par

78%

10c

50c
12c

Stock:

T1Y*

3 ¥4 Magna Pictures Corp 5c
Warrants
2Va

7%

15

Ask

14% Mechanical

6%
12%

1% MacWhyte Company_10
Madway Main Line
6c
Homes, Inc
1

1%

n3
6

Bid

13%

Management

1%

13 %
13%

1959 warrants
1961 warrants

1%

Lewis Wharf Co—
2%
Ex distribution
8% Lewisohn
Copper
10c

27%
16%

Par

Co Ltd com

Levingston Shipb'ldg 6
20% Levitt 6c Sons Inc
70c

~~3%

Lasco

6c

9%
6%
3 ¥4

Class A
Units

9%

Llng-Temco-Vought Inc

lc

Bakeries Inc com_l
$1.80 preferred
25
Langley Corp
1

40c

l'/a
7 ¥4

Common

Stocks—

MacDonald
(EF)
1
A Machine Bull "ADRS"
3% Mack Trucks Inc—

3% Lindy Hydrothermal

Laguna Nlguel Corp—
Units
Laird 6c Co
Lake Arrowhead

2%

Inc—
50c
•

1%
1%

Products Inc

6% pfd
75 pesos
La Crosse Cooler
2.25
La Maur Inc
10c
La Polnte Industries
1
Laclede Steel Co
20

a3%

20% Leonard Oil Devel—25
7%
10c
53% Leslie (Joyce)
Lesser
(Louis)
Enter¬
prises cl A com 10c
Lessings Inc
I
Lester Engineering
1

L.

I. Chromatel Inc—
Class A
10c
La Consolldada 8 A—
Common
75 pesos

3c

Ask

Magma

Lence Lanes Inc
Leon Ld & Cattle

Products

9%
1%

50c

Window Corp

Lestoll

2%

Publishing

18% Lemke (B L) 6c Co.50c
4% Lena Home Beauty

19 3/a

3%
16%

6.25

Bid

A
20c

Ltdj,

King. Louis Int'L
King Oil Inc (Del)
1
King's Dept Stores
1
Klngsport Press
1.25
Klngwood Oil
1
Klrby Lumber Corp 1
Klrby Petroleum Trust

Par

Warrants
3% Lei Inc

King Kullen Grocery—
Class A

Stocks-

Lehigh Valley Indus—

5

x

123/4
73

2%
¥a

3Va
74

43/4
Va
%

5%
74
74

5

5%

2%

2 Va

83/4
%
1%
3¥s
¥a
33%

974
%
174
374
Va
35%

12%

1274

Ex-divldend.

y Ex-

75

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS

April, 1963

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29, 1963

Stock*—

Far

Bid

2
3

14%
38 %
1

Mitron Research &

Corp.lOc

Mobile Rentals
Mobilife Corp

2%

•

aio%

50c

2%

Model Engineering &
Mfg Corp
•
Model Vending Inc
1

2% Nat'l Screw <& Mfg
11
Nat'l Shoes Inc
2% National Tank Co

Nat'l Tel-tronlcs

Mohawk Electronics 40c
Mohawk Liqueur
1
Mohawk Rubber Co
1

Mohican Corp
Moki Oil & Rare

5c

Molecular Systems
lc
Moloney Electric A
•
Monarch Electronics
International

30%

1
1

6
20

10c

%

lc

1%

7

734 Nat'l Terminals Corp_5

17 %

4%

9%
1A
15%
40%

Nat'l Telepik

1

40c

14%
26%

50c

42c

3%
23

27%
Corp
A Natpac Inc

1%

2%
3%

1%

20c

1%

10
10

12 %
3%
14
26

50%
1%

53 %

Monmouth Park Jockey
Club common vtc.lc

12%

2

16%

18%

Monroe Auto

19

13%
19%

3.75

3.88

Equip
1
Montecatinl Mining &

•

Neiman-Marcus

preferred—100

4%%

2%

Paper

5

10

class A

10

Class B

4

S2.40

preferred

50

Nesbitt (John J)
50c
Networks Electr'ics_50c

l

7%
11%

•

10%

11'

Drop Forging 1
4%% preferred
50
Moore-Handley Inc 1

17
40
10

18%

Moore Products Co

1

19%

20%

Morgan Engineering

1
1

11

Moore

Neuhoff Bros Pk'g

12%

Newark Electronics—

11%
Cafeterias
Consolidated com
*
28%
7% preferred.
.100 nl07%

10

•

Multi-Amp Electron.lOc
Multnomah Co
Multnomah Kennel
Club class A

•

34%
17%
6%

1%

England
Confectionary
25
12
New England Fish—
12"%
Common Class B
•
Preferred
New

_

19%

18
18

19 %

48
11
3
27

——

12,,

2.54

7%
1%

100

Eng Laundries..*

Hampshire Ball

3%

1

Myers Emporium
(Australia) ord 5s_
Amer dep rets
Nail-Tone Inc
10c
Nalco Chemical
1.25

Nalley's Inc

7%
47c

1%
5%

4%
29

4%
4

3%
17 %

%
49

__62%c

8%

10c
*

1%
83/4

Narda Microwave
Narrow Fabric Co

Nashua Corp—
Class A
1.66%
Nat'l Aeronautical
l

22%
12%

Nat'l Alfalfa Dehydratg

Milling 5% pfd_50

2%
2%

8%
57c

2%

A_1

Warrants
National Chem & Mfg.l
National Cleaning
Contractors Inc
1
Nat'l Cleveland Corp.l
National Equipment
Rental Ltd "wts"
National Food
Marketers Inc
lc
Nat'l Food Products—1
Nat'l Gas & Oil Corp_5
Nat'l General Corp—
Warrants
Nat'l Growth Corp_25c
National Homes Corp—
Class A
50c
Class B
50c
Warrants

Supply Co Inc

4%
4%

6%

Nat'l MercantileNational Musitlme
Nat'l Nu-Grape Co
National Patent

100
10c
lc
•

Development Corp.le
•
Without par value,
r-stock dividend.




A

A
21%
3%
6%

20%
3
6

25%

27

5

21%

22%

10

13 %
19

.

Packard Instrument—*
Pacotronics Inc..
1
Pak-Well Paper

al%

14 %
20%
1%

Industries class A__*

11%

113/4

4%
13%

5
14%

45c

55c

Pakco Management
s
& Development
lc
Pako Corporation
2.50
Palace Corp
1
Palm Developers Ltd—

%
6%

Is
1

%
5%

Fisheries
50c
Panacolor Inc
20c
Pan Amer Resources 5 c
Panoil Co
10c

1%

1%

73/4
3%

8%

Ordinary
Palomar Mortgage

16%

17%

6

II
14

18

%

Oceanics Inc
-10c
Official Films Inc_10c
Oglebay Norton Co
1
Ohio Crankshaft
15
Ohio Leather Co
5

1%
%
22%

11%
%

3%

22c

26c

12c

17C

Pantepec Oil Co—
shares

American

24

13%

15 %

13%
1%

15%'

20%

80c

i7/_

3%

3%

4

Onego Corp
17

18

% Onyx Chemical Corp

%

Orbit Instrument
Ore-Ida Foods Inc

16c
53 y8

514

%
5%
5%

3%
%

%
11

6%

240
105

%

%

%
2%

A

Northwest Nitro
Chemicals Ltd
Northwest Paper Co

6%

7%

Called

Norwalk Company

for

redemption,

see

6%

%
23/4

3%

1%

1

19
175

1%
20%

13/8
24%

~1%

%
2V4

%
3%
13%
25c

25

32

%

1%
50

%

19

7
1%
2

7%
1%

2y4

on7?

2

coia

51%

10c

10
Parkview Drugs
1
Patent Resources—10*
pfd

Paterson Parchment

sz

19%
25%

Common
6 7c
conv

24

Paper Co
10
Equip cl A—75c

Pathe

18%
6

23%

8c

11%
4%

12%
5

Patlno Mines &

Enterprises Cons—

shares
1
Patrician Paper Co.lOc
Patterson (MP) Dental
American

Supply Co of Del

1%
5%
1%

12%

*

2%
5% Pauley Petroleum
1
1% PaveUe Corp
10c
Pearce Simpson Inc_50c
19 % Pearl Brewing
1
6% Pearson Corp
25c
24% Fechiney Co
.50001

3
4

4%

7%

8

14%
2%
1

24

2%
38%

15%
2%
IV*
25%
3%
39 %

10c

OQl/2
3/.

14

19%

14

20%

18%

lc

2%

Oxford Chemical—
Class A common_25c

Oxy-Catalyst

6
7

*

Products

93c

18
3,
%

3%
7%
%

5%
10%
99c
1

%

33/4
8%
1%

36%

35

19
2%

50c

9%

Publishing Corp_20c

a&

%

3%

7
%

7%
1%

1.60

1.70

A

%

Anthracite

3%

25%
4

Pennsyl Industrial
Chemical Corp
Penobscot Chemical
Fibre Co

8
24

12

10%

12

%
%
3%

1

1%
4%

2

2%

2%
5%

3
6

10
1

Pepsi-Cola Bottling
Co of Wash D C.lOc

3%

Ozon

Air

Lines

•

°zite C°rP

5

pCS Data Process'g.lOc
Economic

.

4%
9%

Penn

Collieries units—
% Penn Controls
2.50
Penn Dairies class A_5
Penn Engin'ing Corp.*

63/4
8%

18

25

Corp
P-G Products Mfg
P & H Tube Corp
Warrants

~

Pabst Brewing Co
*
Pacific Air Lines
50c
Pac Airmotive Corp..

Pacific Automation
Products Inc
1
Pacific Car & Fdy
20
Pacific Far East Line
Common
5
5%% conv 1st pfd_25

Pepsi-Cola
Bottlers

12%
nl%
15

50c
l
-

11

19

PEC Israel
2

45c^

%

_50c

.

Ovitron Corp

% Ozark
12 %

34c

- :

-•

.

Oz

%
11%

27

Overnite Transpor¬
tation Co

9%

Peerless Tube Co
2
pharmaceut's —5c
Pend Oreille Mines
& Metals Co
1
Penn-Akron Corp—5c

3

7%

82

29%

2%
2%
26

3%
2%

14%
1%

1

Pepsi-Cola United

Bottlers Inc
—1
Perfect Fit
Industries class A-lOc
15% Perfect-Line Mfg
10c
3% Perini Corporation
1
3

50c

70c

17

18

3%

General
Inc

3s/t
334

Perinl Electronic*

Permanent Filter
•
Permeator Corp
10c
Perrine Industries—
Class A common
Perrv Electronic

Components Inc

%
76

78

14%

1

Personal

%

%

1

%

5c

Property

15%

Leasing Co

——1

5%

6%

*

33%

35%

1%
27%

2%
293i

Peter Paul Inc

27

Electronic
Co Inc
10c

Peterson

lc

5

Northwestern Glass _5
Northwestern States
Portland Cem't Co. *
Co

3

Ortronix Inc
Osborn Mfg Co

Otarion Electron _10c
Outdoor Developmt_15c

1%

Northern Chemical
Industries class B—•
North'n Engin'g Wks.l
Northern Instrument lc
Northwest 'Engineering
co class A
•

Norton

Ormont Drug &
Chemical Co

P. & C Food Markets_5

Northwest Plastics_2.50
Northwest Production.l

1

*

5
O'SUllivan Rubber—
57c preferred
20

24%

North American

North Amer Ve*-dinp

6

25%

12c
50%
4%

North American

North Central
Airlines Inc
20c
1% North Central Co
1
19% North European Oil
1
22% North Hills Electric.lc
North Star Oil
10c
85c

•

Originala, Inc
10c
Orkin Exterminating.*

2%
10 %
25 y~

*

-lc

Industries
10c
1%
7% Paramount Motors—1
2% Pargas Inc
1
13 % Park Lexington,
10
Parker (A-J) Co
*
*
7% Parker-Hannifin

6%
31%

10c
•

Class A common

13%

2%

^an khies Inc

2%
12%

Oregon Metallurgical.!
Oregon Portland Cem—

45

107

104
24

25
»

Onondaga Pottery

Nortex Oil & Gas
1
SI.20 conv pfd
1
North & Judd Mfg.12%

10

lc

l
12 %

Oneida Ltd com
6% preferred

2 y4

Refractories Co

29

1%
6%

4%

1%

Mfg Corp

%
5%
4"%
2%

1

Adrs for pref shares.
Olson Brothers
1
One-Hour Valet
l

—

1
18

a

38

40
20
12 %

25

Paradynamics Inc

Olivetti—

10c

i 'f
1%

14%

4

(Nev)

11%

4%

•

15

Paramount Foam
Inc

42

10%

Contracting Corp.lOc
_.

1

6.25

19
14
27

Pantex Mfg Co—
1%
Common
12%c
11 Papert, Koenig, Lois—
23%
Class A
30c
20
Para Industries
10c

Parker Petroleum—

North American

2%

Oilgear Co

Old Empire Inc
10c
Oliver Tyrone Corp
10

*
10

Service Co
Nixon-Baldwin
Chemicals Inc

2% Nord Business
9%
Machines Corp

Instrument

preferred

110
75
9

1

New York Airways
N Y Fruit Auction
Class A
N Y Merchandise
N Y Trap Rock

10c
3%
18% Nopco Chemical
%
4 % pfd series A 100
50
Noranda Mines Ltd—*
9% Noranda Oil Corp.
1

43

10c

Laboratories
lOe
Nat'l Licorice com—100

3%

10%

Okla Miss River
Products Line Inc.lc
Old Ben Coal Corp
5

34

•

Yorker Mag
10
1.
4% Nicholson File
Nickel Rim Mines Ltd.l
Nielsen (A C)
1
1
31% Nissen Trampoline

National Hospital
National

Jersey Alum in
Extrusion class A—1
New Jersey Realty
1
New Medical

7

National Bagasse
class

3%

1

Oil

New

Nitrogen Oil Well
50c

M V T Industries

Products

2

Bearings

Techniques Inc
2%
1%

Music Pair

Enterprises Inc

20 %
20
43/4

29%

18%

5

Murray Co of
Texas Inc

25

15c

New

1

4% preferred
Oceanarium Inc

25c

9% New Hampshire Jockey
Club vtc
•
8%
25% New Haven Board <5s
Carton
10
36%

Electron.SOc

Inc—
25

Oklahoma^Cement

30%

&

Cranberries

24%

9%
8%
23%

Mountain

1

Ocean-Spray

23%

29%

Mt Is a Mines Ltd—
Amer deposit rets
Moxie Co

-4

Oceanic Instruments lc

88%

Airlines

Pan-Alaska

10

New Britain Mach

1
1.50

Industries
10c

19%
18

5

Oil Recovery Corp

10

Motor Parts
Class A

%

1

Products

4%

Morse Shoe Inc
Morton Foods
Morton Mfg Corp

Mills 10

Ocean

4%

Morrison-Knudsen

l
Mother's Cookie
•
Motor Coils Mfg
50c
Motor Mart Garage
1

5% conv pfd
Ocean Drilling &

•

Oil Shale Corp

10"%

New

Mosinee Paper
Mosler Safe Co

.10c

1
10

13%

Pacific Vegetable
Oil Corp

Package Machinery

2.50
1
1

Ask

12%

Par

46

15

1A

2

Class A

Morrison

1

14%

43

•

Obear-Nester Glass
Oberman Mfg com

Common

New

Morningstar-Paisley

81

14%
14%

O K Rubber Welders_10
Oakland Consol Corp •

16%

Meter

Neptune

Montgomery (H A)
Moog Servocontrols
Moore (E R) Co

78

&

Equipment Corp

Bid

5
•

Stock*—

.

Pacific Outdoor Adv
Pacific Southwest

Nekoosa-Edwards

Chemical Co—

Italy (£1.000)

Nuclear Materials

28

Nazareth Cement
Neb Consol Mills

1%
12%

Marking

System Co.
Monmouth Electrlc_2»e

1

common

Exploration Co

Navajo Freight Lines.l
Navigation Computer.*

4
27

%

*

7%

2%
2%

10c

Class B

Nuclear-Chicago Corp 1
Nuclear Data Inc.—*

Nu-Era Corp.
7
Nucleonic Corp of
20%
America
Nunn Bush Shoe
1% NuTone Inc
1% Nytronics Inc
18%

1

10c

Naturizer Co
Class A com

52c

Ask

1%

6%

Nationwide Homes_50c
Nationwide Tabulating

45c
16

Bid

Par

32

5% Nat'l Work-Clothes

1

Co

1

9Va

Rental

Monarch

1A

8%
%

Modern Homes Const.*
Modern Materials
1

Metals

8%

Publications
1
Equipment.l
Nat'l Propane Corp—
3%
Common
1

13%

Nat'l Pool

Laboratories Inc_10c
MIT E Corporation
1

Stock*—

Ask

Ncxzema Chemical

5% conv 2nd pf<L-25
National Resources
•

12%

Missouri Research

Developm t

Bid

Far

Stocks—

Ask

Nat'l Periodical

Mississippi Valley
Barge Line Co.

10
1
page

1

1%

27%
7

1%

17%
49%
39%
3%
94.

29
8

Die

Pacific Gamble
Robinson

11%

Pacific Intermountain
Express Co
19%
Now listed NYSE
Pacific Mercury
51%
Electronics cl A 50c
42
Pacific Nutrient &
3 3/4
Chemical Co
10c

12 %

Petroleum Explor
10
Petrolite Corp
•
Pettibone Mulliken—20
Pextile Corp of Amer.l

1%

k Last

sale,

n

NominaL

' r

Petrolane Gas Serv—1

••

5%

6%

Canadian

1%

dollar

64

28%

22
1

23
1%

A

%

4%

"5%

PharmaceuticalVend'gl
50

Phila Bourse

:%

60

26%

Philadelphia Labs
value,

.t New

stock.

•

50

xEx-d(vidend

76

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29, 1963

Stocks—

Par

Bid

Fabrleken
florins)

%
10%

2

2%
2

4%

25c

Pinnacle Explorat'n 10c
Pioneer Aerodynamics
Systems
;
lOc
Pioneer Astro
Industrie Inc
•
Pioneer Metals
10o
Pioneer Texas Corp
Pir-O-Wood

Indus

Pittsburgh

137/a

5c

15c

A

3%

2Va
2%
2 Va

8
•

3%
2%

of

5 Va

11%

4%

5%

Pocket

2 %

Books

Polaroid

50c
l

1

8%

preferred
Pyroil Co Inc
Co

100
1

5
10c

Popular Library
Porce-Alume Co

44
43

_

2%

%
8
2
1

20%
12%

1

°orce-Cote Research
Si Dev class A

lOc

2%
—

10c

17 a

Elec Tools
1
Porter (H K) Co (Del)

8%

%

32%

Portable

Common
4 % "r

6%

preferred__100

%
5Va

6%

1

Quincy Market Cold
Storage & Whse
50

5c

50

Richmond
Works

53

iy4 Richmond

lVa

1
25c

31%

32 Va

5%
2%
1%

1%

Radar Measurements.l
Radiant Lamp Corp—
Class A
10c

16

Design

1
1

Industries Inc

-

1

28 Va

common

2%

Prewav

Inc

Primex Equities
Class A
Prince Gardner

13%
2%
%

"A"

1

Amer

3

4.75
4

•




64 Va

1

29%

31 Va

1

10%

12

%
7%
2%
14%
2%

11%

3%
1%

1%

10c

S & P Nat'l Corp—
Common
Class A
S. O. S. Photo-Cine-

Optics

1

80c

8%

3
Is!

%

1
10c

4

50c

1%

1%

Safticraft

10c
2
10

2

2%

6%

7%

Corp

Safway Steel Prod

1

Manufactur'g Go.50c
12%

6

all
5

n35

~5%
5Vs
37%

4%

...

5

6

4

4%

Mining Co Ltd...—£1
Trucking 1

Class A

com

Raychem Corp

10c

*

1

28%

.

18 Va
83
31

Common
Class A conv

•

33

_10c

l7/a
2%
32%

2%

Air—10c

7%

San Jacinto Petrol
1
San Juan Racing
Assn common—50c

6%

Inc

lOc

6%

7%

21%

23%

6%

4

4%
58%

55%
3%

4

Redwing Carriers

Regal-Meadows
Rego Industries

1.25

1
25c
10c

Reheis Co class A—1
Simmons
Research, Inc
Rek-O-Kut Co Inc
Remco Industries

Va

__25c

2%

29
55

31

15%

16 Va

17

Engineering Corp_75c
Power, Inc _1
Research

•

_30c

2.50

6%
3%

1%
3
26

1

Called for redemption, see page 94.

pfd

Santa Fe Drilling

..1

15

Sargent & Co.

Sav-A-Stop Inc—
10c
Savannah Sug Ref_25c
Savin Business
Machines Corp
10c
Sawhill Tubular Prod.*
Saxton Products
1
Scantlin Electronics—*
Oils Ltd
*
Schaevitz Engineering
Class A common.lOc

lVa

1%

.

7%
3Va
1%

90
75

Rose's

Stores

42%

40

7%

8
8

7%
3Va

3%
20%

19

4%

5%

15%
Va
16%

n

Nominal,

r

31

\a

?%

1%
16%

11%

12%
2%

14 Va

2Va

12%

13%

25c

50c

4%

4%

5%
1 Va

2%

5%
4%

10Va

...15

30 Vs

30%

25

27

(Joseph)

2.50

1

%

7/s

Schneider (Walter J)—
Class A common
10c
Scholz Homes Inc
1
School Pictures
2

1V8
1 Va

2%
1%
12%

% Schultz Sav-O-Stores .1
Science Research
Associates Inc
*
Science Resources
lc

6 Va

Scientific Computrs.lOc

Sc|entific-Industries_5c

7%
13%

1% Scope Inc
1
4% Scot Lad Foods Inc—1
3% Scot's Discount
2
17 %

Enterprises
Scott Aviation

10c

Corp_-l
5

4%
dollar

5%

24%
Va
14%
3%
11/4

26%
1A
15%
4

1%
6%

5%
18%

20 Va

5c
11 Va

15c
12
30
26

29%
24%

8%
14%

Scott-Mattson Farms
Inc

7P»/,

12

21%

Scott, Foresman St Co *

(33%

Canadian

10%

3%
10%

Scott St Fetzer

1

36

1

17
31 Va

1%

New York shs
^
florins)
Roval Industries

7%

7

34 %

16 Va

'

13% Rowe Furnittire Corp.l
Royal Dutch Petrol—

23%

1%

1 %
3%

k Last sale,

3%

5

Schmieg Industries

%

Rotating Components lc
Rothmoor Corp
40c
13 Va Roto American Corp.l
13%
Roto Cylinders
10c
124
129
Rotron Mfg Co
5c
2
1%

Ross Gear & Tool

7

is

2

Schjeldahl (GT)_

Kurdle
85

20%

.

2

l'/s
1%

Schluderberg-

10

2%
%
9%

8%

Schield Bantam Co

Brewing

57

13%

Rubber—
Class A common—*
Scherer-Tumico Inc—2

3%

10

lVa

3%
33

Schenuit

Scientific-Atlanta —50c
Rose Merie Reid

7

t%
8%

Map Co
5
Associates—
Class A common.—1
Sandura Co common_5c

27% Schlitz

5 Va

6Va

%
2%

Sanders

7'/a
Sanitary Paper Mills—»

16%

Rogers (John) Co
.1
Rondout Corp
10c
Roper Industries
5
% Rorer (Wm H)
_8%ci'

•7

4%
33

lVa

Products

%
%

•

25c
50c

Voting trust ctfs

60c conv

1%

Reece Corp

Mfg Corp

Sampson-Miller

3

3.20

1%
2 Va

Rockwood St Co com.*
5% series A pfd.100
Rodale Electronics
50c

5Va

Voting trust ctfs

1

Salro

Helicopters
3.15
6 Va

1%

Rockower Bros
Rockwell Mfg Co

22

4%

9%

Salant & Salant cl A.5

20
86
33
36 Va

32%

Rocket

5%

7%
2%
3%
31

Rocket Jet

2SVa

7
16

6

15%

Associated Cos
1
Sams (H W) & Co
1
2% San Fran & Oakland

26%

lVa

10c

Rock of Ages Corp

1%

1

Engineering
1
11% Red-O-Lier Corp—
Class A com
,10c
3% Red Rope Stationery
2%
Industries
_10c

o3/

45c

32%

Rocket

Reardon Co.

4

St Lou Steel Casting_5c
St Paul Ammonia
Products Inc
2%c
27%
Saladmaster Corp—50c

35c

6%
48 Va

5% non-cum pfd. 100
Rochester Button Co.l

Va

56

39%

85

6
47 Va

Rochester & Pittsburgh
Coal common
•

%

...

38%

6 Va
58

5%

Saint Gobain "ADRS"
Coupon shares
St John Del Rey

27

Scenic

'/a

3% Record Vend Mach.lOc
Redman Mfg St

lc

a

Va

%

Sacol Inc cl A com.lOc

St Croix Paper

27
10 Va
4%

Rowan Controller__2.50

180%

60c
8

45c
6

5c
33

8% Sage International
St Clair Specialty
41

Roddy Recreation

21

8 "a

1%

lc
10

Sachar Properties

Sagamore Mfg

25%
10%
4%

Robosonics Inc

Va

1

Raritan Plastics

Realsite

Va
7%

Corp—

1

1

Safeguard Corp

67%

4%

25c

4

7%

A

65 Va

1%

61

4%

4%
20%

5

Without par value,

Vs

Sanborn

3 Va
25c

8%

20c

15c

5

Roblin-Seaway
Industres class A_ 10c
9 Va

34

14%
1%

10c

Robins Industries

4.95
5 Va

4Va

Lithograph.lOc

stock dividend.

%
%

Warrants
;
Saco Lowell Shops_2.50

Robbins & Myers.
SI.50 partic pfd_..__*
Roberts & Porter
...1
Roberts Co
1
Roberts Lumber
2.50
Robertson (H H)
1

Laboratory Inc
1
Reading & Bates
Offshore Drilling—
6%

1

10c

Procter A: Gamble Cc—
8 Cfpreferred
100

27%

6 Va

4%

14%

•

com

preferred__100

Rixon Electronics
Roadway Express
25c
Eoanwell Corp
;____1

3

dep rets
Ranney Refriger
2.50
2% Rantec Corp
•
RAP Industries
1
9% Rapid Film
Technique Inc
10c

7 Va
7Va
2%

Inc

A .8

lVa
5%

Reher

Process

1

River Brand Rice
Mills

Printing Corp of
America

Homes

Common
S4 pfd series

7%

5%

1

10c
10

5c

%

1%
2%

1
2

4

Preco

Prevor-Mayrsohn

25%

Robins (AH) Co Inc.l

1%

America

President Brand
Gold Mg "ADRS"_8a
President Stcvn Gold
Mining Co Ltd
5c

9%

8%
10

25%

Ridge Tool class A—_•
Riegel Textile Corp—

21%

31%

Industries
5c
Premier Albums
25c
Premier Corp of
America
lOc
—Premier Industrial
1
Premier Microwave
1

5c

8

,10c

Rimrock Tidelands_80c
Rio Tinto Co Ltd—
2%
Ordinary
10s
Ripley Co Inc
50c
2% Ripley Industries &
Jomar Plastics-r1%
"Units"

1%

New

28 V2
6%
2%

*

%

%

1%

2%

Rajac Industries
10c
Ram
Tool
Corp
3%c
Ramada Inns Inc__10c
1
Ranchers Exploration
87 b
& Develop Co
10c

1

Precision Special
lOc
Precis Transformer_20c

65
13 Va
5%
17 Va

Corp cl A—1

B

Advertising cl A

3c

Co
12.50
Cedar
——1.25

Riddle Airlines

97

Precision Automotive

1 Va

Ruth Outdoor

30 Va

%

25c

'

Potlntch Forests..
Potter Instrument

Precision Instruments

10

A __*
3% Rieke Metal Prod i 5
Riley-Stoker Corp..—3

2%

Photo

27 b

3%%

1%

1%

ainbow

Rich's

23 %

Co

1%
%

40

Richardson

3Va

1

22%

Components

%
12

65c

Supply Co

Electronics
Corp

Radar

5

Power Designs
lOc
Power Indus Prod—
Class A com
10c

16

Rich Ice Cream Co
Richards Aircraft

Va

•

Potash Co of Amer

25c

common

Plastics

11%
%
14% Russell Stover
Candies Inc
%
13 Va Rust Craft Greeting
Cards Inc
2

12

Ask

Russell Reinforced
Class

10 V*

English shares
Rhodesian
Anglo-Amer
Amer deposit rets

7Va

50c

Bearings Inc
Co

%

Develop Co Ltd—

123

Rabin-Winters Corp

77%
87'a
11%
6 Va

574

1

com

A

Rhine Westphalia
Electric Pow "Adrs"..
Rhodes (MH) Inc
1
Rhodesia Broken Hill

of

112 Radiation Dynamics
15% Radio Frequency

16

10

loc

__

14%

National

1

8

Polymetric Devlces_10c
Polvtronics Labs—

Popell (L F)

64

Industries, Inc __25c

Polychrome Corp

Class A

63

Class

28
8 Va

2%
17'a

73%

50c

1st preferred
50
$2.50 2nd preferred.5
Poly Repro Int'l Ltd_5c
Poly-Seal Corp
lOc

Resitron Labs Ltd__25c
Resource Ventures
1
Revere Racing Assn
*
Kexach Contruction _1

1

Reynolds & Reynolds—

26%
8 Va
13%

8 Va

14%

Inc

Pope & Talbot

1%

5
lVa

Corp

5%

Pyle

2% R C Can Company
17% R E D M Corp

2%
1%

ElecIlOc

PneumoDynamics

,

1

25% Quinta Corp

Va
1%

25
5
1

10 3,4

%

Bid

61
12%
5 Va
16 Va

St Johnsbury

ic

Plymouth Cordage
Plymouth Rubber

19Va
5%

1

Products

Quik-Chek

Corp

Piatt Corp cl A
Playskool Mfg Co

11%

Par

--

25

20c
10c

America

2

%

10
l
Research Specialties
1
Reser's Fine Foods
25c
Resiflex Laboratory
1
Resistance Welder
1
Resisto Chemical
•

Stocks—

Royal Land & Dev—

Class A
10c
lVa
% Royal McBee Corp—
25%
4%% pfd series_100
*
% Rucker & Co
Rudd-Melikian
1
Russell Mfg Co
•

7%

8%

Plated Wires &

Purity Stores Ltd

1%
1 %

7/a
%
24%
Va

10c

of Calif
Rese Engineering

9%
2Va

9%

Q-Line Instrument _lc

7%

j

Plastoid

1

31%
19%
6 Va
11%
1%

Pyrometer
America

—

16%

.

%

3 Va

1%

Plastic Applicators
l
Plastic Wire & Cable_5

Plastlcrete Corp

Industries

29 Va

1

Ask

1%
1 Va

Republic Graphics
10c
Republic Supply Co

6Vb

1

50c

Industries—lc
Resistor
lc

Bid

Republic Electronics

5%

& Photo

Conduit
Placer Development

10% Reon
9%

Publishers Co
40c
Pueblo SupermarketsClass A common
•
Puerto Rican Cement.l
Puerto Rico Brewing.*
Punta Aiegre Sugar—1

5c

1
1
50c

Renwell

11%

Petroleum

Purex Corp Ltd
Puritan Fashions

:

6%

10%
11%

Pubco

Par

Renmar Corp
Renner Inc

27

1
1

Purolator

-—

3

10c

standard
Co

Plastics <& Fibers
Plastiline Inc

Prufcoat Labs Inc

Storks

2%

10c

Purepac Corp

--

65c

Pirelli Co of

Italy—
Amer dep rets
Pittsburgh ReflectorsClass B
a
6% conv pfd A
10

4%

12%

Pigeon Hole Parking
(Washington)
10c
of Texas

4%
2%
2%

Remington Corp
14 Va Renaire Foods Inc

9

Progress Webster
Electronics Corp
1
Progressitron Corp.lOe
Prom Motor Hotel—
Class A
*

8% Prosper-Way Inc

4

*

Corp

7/a
%

7%

Internat'l
le
Organlz
10c
Pictorial Product'ns 20c

Chemical

11

%
%

Pickwick
Pickwick

Aviation
Stevens

2 Va

Ask

6 Va
26%
9%

At

1%

Pickering Lumber__3.75

&

Bid

Oil

1,650 Producing Properties
Common
10c
42%
6% preferred
25
Products -Research
2
Professional Golf
50c

nl,640
42%

Assistance Corp
20c
Photo-Marker Corp_50c
Photon Inc
t
Photronlcs
Corp
10c
Physio-Chem Corp lc

Pierce

Cotton

(1000

Photographic

Piedmont

Par

12%

Producers

florins

25

Stocks—

Ask'

Philips Gloellampen

1

Scott (O M) <fc Sons—
81% ' Class A common.100

5Va Scott St Williams
value,

t New

Stock,

x

5

5%

6%

13 Va
19 Va

13Va
21%

Ex-dividend,

y

Ex-

April, 1963

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29,

Stocks—

Par

Bid

Scripto Inc—
Class A

common_50c
Scrivner-Stevens
10

6%
10%

Scruggs-Vandervoort
Barney com
1.25
$4.50 pfd series A
•
Seabd Electronics
Seaboard Homes
Seaboard World
Airlines "wt»"

9%
90 %
1%
%

10c
10c

2%

Ask

Stocks—

"5%

Corp of Staunton 2.50

% Smucker (J M) Co.

lc

%
1%

1

10
1

26

Searle (G D) St Co
2
Sea train Lines
4
Sea View Indus
10c
Sea-Wide Indus
10c

lie

Sea Pak Corp

sc
1

2

8

7s£

1171/

3%

Security-Columbian
Banknote Co

s/
o

2fi3/

7%

4j?
2

15c

Snap-on-Tools Corp
Snia Viscosa "adrs"

1

Snyder Corp
Sollte Products

50c

conv

of Amer
2nd pfd

Selmer (H & A)
New $1 par

split

50c conv

15

8 Va

Inc
16
lie

1%
1%

16%

1
1

1%
1

19

2 6

(St Louis)
Sexton (John ) As Co
Shaer Shoe Corp
Now listed ASE

1
•

10%
23%

Shakespeare Co

5

19%

Shaler

•

14
15

Co_.

Shaw-Barton Inc
Shell Oil Co of

9%

2.50

13

Ordinary registeredShelley Mfg Co
18®

5.80

10c
Shepard Niles Crane
& Hoist Corp
5

10%
15 y4

5%
1%

Shenk Industries

16%

Southern

Spring
Split 3-for-l

18%

Southern States Oil_lc
Southern United
1
southland Corp
•

%

3%
2

%

50c

—

Trust certificates

1

Amer dep rets
Shinn Industries

%
23

10c

Shop Rite Foods
Shulton Inc—
Class A common
Class B common

Shwayder Bros
Sica Skiffs Inc

37

23

•

1%

50c
50c
1

"7

Development Co

6%
127/s

24

5%
29 %
iy2

Signode Steel Strapping
5% preferred
50

20c
1

16 %
2%
70

10c

70c

Mines—1

2ic

3%
62y2c

•

Class A common

Simulatics Corp

1

2%
6%
12 y4
10 %

3%
6%
80c
23c

4%

IS

5c
Sivyer Steel Castings. •

32%
n33
56c

8y2

Automations
Class A
10®
Skiatron Electronic®
Slostrom

10®

<fe Television

Skil Corporation
2
Slater Electric Inc—
Class a
20®
•Without

par

Ex-stock dividend.

value,

%
1%
20%

1%

11
3 y8
5c

3%
15c

2%
13'/a
1%

%

Developm't (N Y)_4c
7",v

25c

I
Spiral Metal Co
10c
Spotless Co
1
Sprague Electric
2%
Sprague Engineering.l

3%
6i

4%

a

l

.25
Stewarts St Lloyds Ltd
Amer dep rets
Still-Man Mfg Corp—
Class A
75c

Stratoflex

Inc

2.50

Strawb'ge & Clothler_5
$5 preferred
100

of

1

fiallf

•

Inc
5c
1
Struthers Scientific St
13/4
lnternat'1 cl A
10c
6
Struthers Wells—

$1.25 preferred _—•
1% stubnitz Greene Corp.l
~

3%

Studebaker Corp—
$5 conv pfd
100

62% Sullivan County
51%
Harness Rac cl A 1

Class A

y8

50c

10

•

St

Poor's—I

Standard St Shell
35
Homes Corp
25c
61c
Standard Aircraft
10
Equipment Co
50e
Standard Beryllium.lc
% Standard Commercial
Tobacco Co
1

1%
20

4%
y8

9%
36%
83

%
24%

Standard-CoosaThatcher Co.

.10

Products

Co

1

Sulray Inc—
,_10c
%
%
Summers (John) St
2%
Sons Ltd "ADR"
21% Summit
Industries
1
Sun Drug Co
.1
43/4
Sunbury Milk Prods—5
..

%

93/4

Sunset Color Labs.

7

%

3%
5%
n2%

%

IV:

4%
28

2%
2%
1V8
n5

6%

3%
6%

Distributors Inc

1

3

2%
5

14%

25e

Called for redemption, see page 94.

%

Superior Electric
-1
5% Superior Industries.lOc
Superior Manufac'g St
Instrument Corp
15%
50®
Superior Window—

%

k Last

70c conv preferred—8

sale,

n Nominal

r

2%
10%
5%
10

5
y

%

3/4

%

%
4%
22%

n«

20%
-

1%

1%
1%
7%

1

)

7

1

31%

23

9%
62%
%

25c
1
luc

32%

20

66

9%

%

Tanganyika Concess'ns
2%
29%

Tassette Inc cl A
Tastee Freez Indus
Now listed ASE

31%

4%

5
10c

A

common_50c
Co
5
Corporation .3

5%

2%

18%
14%

Taylor-Colquitt
Taylor
Taylor Devices

4

36

%

A

9%

10%
17%

17
lc
2

2c

2%
3/4
2%
%

%
2

%
1%

1%

1%
1%

2%
2%

%
6%

Technical Information
Systems & Service.l
Technical Measure't20r
11% Technicolor Ltd
5s
Technifoam Corp _10c

13/4

1%

10c
xoc

9

15%
5%
4%

35

Tach-Aerof'm Prod 10c
Tech-Ohm Elecronic 10c
Tech Laboratories
10c

Class
A
Class B

19

43%

25c
5
29% Taylor Instrument
5
2% Taylor International
3%
1
1% Taylor Publishing
Taylor Wine Co
2
Taylor craft Inc
50c
7

1%

10%

12

9%

Techbuilt Homes
10c
Techmation Corp
lc
Technl Electronics
10c
1% Technical Animations—

8

•"7%

2%

2%
12

li

35

3%
19%

4%

Technograph Printed
Electronics

4%

5

9%

10

2%
11%
8%
9%
3%
1.00

40c

Techno-Vendlng
Teco Inc

3%
13

7%
%

cl A lc

(HI)

_lo

6%
218

Tecumseh Products
1
Tejon Ranch (Calif)
1
Tekoll Corp.,
1
Tele-Film Electronics

53c

3.80
5

2%
36

■

nl%

%

3%
1.10

lc
•

Telecredit Inc

12%

13%

6%
%

6%
%

Bearer "adrs"

%
1%

14%
%

.

5%
14

1%
2%

1%

n2%

—

dollar

1%
3

83/4

9%

5c

5%
2%
%

50c

33%
1.45

24%
5%
——

41%

A
5

1

13%

Texas Industries
1
4.60% pfd
-100
Texas Instrument—
4% pfd series 1959.25
Texas International

13%

Stamped

Units
Texize Chemicals
Texo Oil Corp
Texota Oil Co

value,

t New

stock,

—

32
1.30

9

Texaco

Texas Butadiene St
Chemical Corp

6%
2%
'

22%
47/8

•

3%
101
22

3
Sulphur Co
10c
24% Texas Natl Petroleum 1»
253/4 Texas Research St
6%
Electronic Corp
10c
153/4 Texas Tenn Industries
13/4
Class A common_20c

3%

A
2%
%

2%

Canada Ltd
•
Texam Oil Corp
1
39
Texas Amer Oil
10c
%

6%

Canadian

8

•

Terry Steam Turblne_5
3
Teaco Stores "adrs"
Tex-Star Oil St Gas
Corp
50c
Tex-Tube inc com
1
4.25
6% conv pfd
10
6
2%

%

Va

Terre Haute Malleable
and Mfg Co
5

Terryphone Corp..
2% Terry Shops inc

5%

25

5

Telefones De Mexico

6% Terminal Transport

1%

2%

3/4
27/a

2%
4%

10 Va

1%

21

67%
27%
1%

26

60c

2%

—

65%

Engineering Corp.lOc
Telecomputing Corp 1

9% Teleflex Ltd

228

2%

8%
%

160

143/4
lc
15% Teles crip t-CSP
24%
26% Teletray Electronics
102 % 104 %
Systems Inc
15c
Telex Inc..
1
6 7% Temperature
Engineering Corp_25c
5
4%
4
4% Templet Industrles_25o
Tenax Inc
10c
1
3%
3% Tenney Corp class A
Tensor Electric
Development Co 10c
13
16

133/4
A

5
1%
3% Super Valu Stores
3% Superior Cable Corp—1

11%
1%

50c

%

4%
9%

Tasty Baking Co—

7%

5%

1

Super Mold Corp

x%
3%
9%

Amer deposit rets

25 Ye

%

83%
4%
1%

4

2

Tappaa Company

Super Market
%

183%

82%

8

Tamar Electronics
8%
Industries Inc
1
Tampax Inc

Class

%

Super Food Serv Xne.le

35c

17%

Swiss Chalet common. •
70c 1st preferred
B

10% Taiiey Industries
Tally Register

Sunset House

Distributing Corp

2%

2

T F H Publications-10c
T. L M. E. Freight
2
45% Taddeo
Construction
2%
St Leasing Corp
luc
19%
I'atfet Electronics
10c
21

4%

lc

Sunshine Consol
25c
39%
Si:nshine Park Racing
Assn
5c

34

2%

Sternco Industries—
Class A
10c
Stetson (J B)
8% preferred
25

7%
1.50

30c

Warrants

26

Sterling Sugars
Sterling Television—

Strouse

IV

Spray-Built Inc

preferred

9%

30c

Class B

$3.75

20

1

America

Strolee

~5

1%

Farms

Standard Electrical

2%

Extruder ..10c

7% Straza Industries

5%

i'/8 Stancll-Hoffman Cp_*

2

J

% Siocker St Yale
•
2% Stockton
Whatley
If
Davin St Co
4
2 /8
stonega Coke St Coal 15
*4? Stowe-Wtoodward Inc 5
/a
strategic Materials
1
2
Stratford Corp
10c

Specialty Electronics

Sprayfoil Corp
Squire For Men

2%
18 %

1

1% Stevens
Markets—
17%
Class A common
d.90% conv pfd

16 %
93

3

Common

22%

St Forge Co

6%

4% Swift Homes Inc..
_•
Swimming Pool Devel.i

Syracuse

9

1.00

T-Bowl Iniernat'l _50c

42

...

5%

1%
%
2%

Standard

15

—

Steel Improvement

Class A
25c
4y8 Stern & 5 tern Textiles 1
%

n%

•

.-Daceonics Inc

bta-Rite Products
2
4% Staff Business Sc Data
Aids Inc
10c
85c
•
2% Stahl Meyer Inc
7% Stainless Steel
Products Inc
1
12%
11% Staley (A E) Mfg Co—

City Stock

Yards common
$1.50 partic pfd
Sioux Oil Co

*

18

12c

25 y2

24

1%

_

"4

3%
16%
3%

%
1%

2%
5%

Simplex Lock Corp
1
Simplex Paper
1
Simplex Wire St Cable •
Simplicity Mfg Co—

2A

•

Sutter Basin Corp
•
2% Suval Industries
50.Swan Finch Oil
2
,•
Swank Inc
95c
1
Swedish Bali Bearing—
Class B
4%
4

Supply
3234
Systems Inc
31%

Ask

8%

18c

6%

17% Sterling Seal Co
2% Sterling Stores of

2%

opecial Metals
2
Specialty Converters.lc

._

20C

1%

Sterling Oil of Okla 10c
17% Sterling Precision
5%
5% conv A pfd
10
5% conv c pfd
10

5

15% Susan Crane
74%
Packaging Inc

Tang Industries

_•

Bid

•

Szabo Food Service
1
10%
5% conv pfd
10
Szemco Inc
10c
30c

50c

-

Par

Systron-Donner Corp.*

•

Steel Co (Wales)—
Amer dep rets.:
Steel Crest Homes

iy4 Sterling

17%

Space-Tone Electro.lOc

Spiegel

5
10c
10

(Delaware)

13 Va

%

'91/ spartan Aircraft
'4

14%

Common non-vot

Stanley Industries
Stanley Works

Sterling Electronics

%
11 %

Speed-Way Food Sts.lc
63 % Spellman Engineerg.lOc

46%

Silo Discount
Centers Inc
1
Siltronics Inc
10c
Silver Buckle Mines

14%
6%
6y8

%
4%

13 %

30%

Stocks—

Superpak Vending

15 Ya

29

Steep Rock Iron Min.l

Corp_50c

5% Spencer Gifts Inc

14

23

Stein Hall St Co

1
10c
•

8C

85c

10

Warrants

Inc class A com
Spectron class A
24% Speedee Mart Inc

4%

5c

Sigma Instruments —1

Hardware

:.2

13%
5%
5%

62%

Amer deposits rets
Sierra Electric Corp—1

Simmonds Precision
Products Inc
1
Simon (Wm) Brewery. 1

6%
31%

Spector Freight System

Siemens St Halske

1%

5%% conv pfd.12.50
Ltandard-Toch
Industries
lc

Steadman Industries
Ltd
28 y4
Steak n Shake Inc

24

A

Standard-Thompson—

Star Market Co______i
15% Star Tank & Boat
1
Starrett Bros & Eken
Inc
7.50
77/8 State Exploration
1
13 % f'tatmaster
Corp ,_10c

14
84

1%
Spandex Corp...—.10c
27

467/®

Siegel (Henry I)-

Mining Co

19 y8

i 8%

Space Age Materials 10c
Space Components
10c
Space Research and

Developm't

4K7/.

44
44
4e
1

•

Sightmaster Corp

13c

9C

Realty &

4%
2y4 Sovereign Resources_4c

26

1%

5
-

%
36

1

Southwestern Drug
$5 1st preferred..

2%
36%

70
15c
2%

Stange (Wm J) Co
l
Stanley Home Prod—

7%
4%
1%

4y8

Southwest Forest

Southwest

14%

Bed

5.90 Southport Commerc'1.1
6% Southwest Airmotive
1
1% Southwest Factories_40c

Sherry-Netherlands
Shieldtron Inc
Shin Mitsubishi

9

Co

Industries

Industries Inc
_10c
Sheraton Corp—
$10 warrants
S25 warrants
;
Sherer Glllett com
1
Class A__




10c

Southland Racing

Sheperd Electronic

j

S'eastern Gen'l—.

Ask

3%

47/8

167

11% Southern Diversified
25%
Industries Inc
10c
Southern Industries—•
Southern Nitrogen
10c
20 y4 Southern
Pipe Line 1
8

Canada class A
*
Shell Transp St Tr—

Sioux

Chester Tube
South Shore Oil St

Cotton

Shatterproof Glass _50c

Simon

4

Southeastern Propane
Gas Co
10c
1% Southern Airways
3
1% Southern Bakerie®
7
21
Southern Chemical

Seven-Up Bottling Co

Silver-Miller

1

Bid

3%

10 %

1

Class

Class A common
SoundScriber Corp.

Development
10c
i% Southbridge Plastic
Products class A
1%
1
Southdown Inc
2.50
.

.

1

8
7

Engineering—

15c

%

Stocks—
Par
Standard Fruit St SS
Common
2.50
$3 partic pref
_•
Standard Gilsonite.lOc
Standard Industries_75c
otand Instru cl A_20c
Stand Magnesium _10c
standard Milling—

l
17 %
20% Standard Motor
Prod—
8%
Class A
2
5% Standard
Register
l
% Standard Screw
Co__20

4%
%
3%

10c

South

Sessions Clock Co—
Common class A
Seven j Stock Farm
721 Corporation

34%

tl6
20
7%

5

Sony Corporation
Amer deposit shares.
16% Sorg Paper Co com
5
12%
5Va% preferred—100

__

Industries class A-lc
Servonic Instrumts
•

Shore-Calnevar

preferred

Sonar Radio Corp—10c
1%
Sonex Inc
25c
3onoco Products
5

47
46

7%

2-for-l

13%

6%
14% Sonoma Quicksilver

15%
12%

Seminole Oil & Gas_5c
Seneca Falls Mach
1
Seneca Oil class A
50c
cervice Photo

4%

13%
33%

Solitron Devices
5c
Sommers Drug Stores.l

Mines Inc

1
1

1%

7%

1

Soroban
Selas Corp

1%
3%

lc

42
42

Candy Shops
•
Seiberling Rubber
5% preferred A
100
4%% prior pfd
100
Seismograph Service 1
Sel-Rex Corp
1

Ask

Ciass A n-v
Class B voting

stock div

6%
13%

See's

Bid

Smyth Mfg Co—

3

Ex 200%
Seacrest Industries
Sealed Air Corp
Sealed Power Corp

Par

Smilen Food Stores—
Common
1
71/4
Units
10%
Smith Industries
10%
International Inc
•
Smith's Transfer

77

1963

5c

42

Va
5%

"3%
14%
—

—

10c

3%

4%

1%

1%

6%

6%

63
1

5%

lc

9c

lc

1%
x

6%
lie

1%

Ex-dividend.

MARCH 29, 1963

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF
Far

Stock*—

.1
Textiles Inc.
Thalhimer Bros com-5
3.65% preferred—100

Therm-Air Mfg Co_10c
Thermal St Electronic*
Industries Inc
10c
Thermal Power Co—1
Thermal Research St

Engineering Corp—1

Tbermatronlcs Corp 10c
Therm-O-Disc Inc
1
Thermoplastics CorpJ.

Thermogas

—2

Co

Thomas Industries
1
Thomasvllle Furniture
Industries Inc
•

Thompson (E X)
Fiber Cflass Co
Thrift Courts of

•

Bid
16%
11%
77

2%
%
2

%
24%

7y2

Universal Lighting
Products Inc.

10 %

Uarco

Inc

12%

22

8%

1

22%

Tiffany St Co.
Tillie Lewis Fi

"Lewis'* TllliS

1

Inc

10

Timely Clothes

Co——•

Inc_16%c

Stand Mining -1

.76%
11

32%
1
2

1
&

Class A common
Class B common
Tobtn Packing Co.

Tokheim Corp
Tokyo shibaura
Electric Co Ltd

Deposit rets.
Toledo Scale Corp
1
Tonka Toys Inc
-1
Tool Research and
Amer

Engineering Corp—l

Topsy's Intern d A-JOe
Torch Rubber
10c
Toreador Royalty_62 %c
Tor Education
.100
Toro Mfg Corp
1
Torque Controls
le
Tower CommunlcaTa.*
Towle Mfg Co
•
Towmotor Corp
l
Town Enterprises
50c
Towne Mines com
10o
$1.75 prior pfd
5
Townsend Corp of Amer
Now quoted on page 66
Iraue <vmds Co
_1

(Calif)

1

7%
7%
24%
28%
14%
23%
29 V*

2%
4%
1%
1%
%
-

36

%
3%
23%

Electronics
Systems

1

Trans Air

lOe

Electro.lOe

Trans-Sonics Inc.
Trans-United Indus¬
tries Inc
Transcon

1

1
1.M

Lines

4%
3%
3%
2%

Amer

dep rets

Transdyne Corp

Union

6%

14%
24%

31%

4%

3%

14%

Transistor Special—10c
Transition Systems. -. 1
Transnation Realty 10c

Warrants
Transogram Co Inc

5%
3%
%

1

4%

5%

purchase

class

%
5%
4%

warranto

nl%

inc
Travelodge

al%

Us

4%

Processing

50e

1
10c

I-rl-Metal- Works
6%c
40c cony pfd
1
Tri-Polnt Indus
10c
Triangle Bus! Mach.1

1%
2%
16

Triangle Instrument-le
Trico

Products

•

%
57

Trinidad Petroleum

Develop Ltd ord

-Trinity Steel
Trion Inc
Trio-Tech, Inc

v

£1
1
50c
10c

"Without par value,
Ex-stock dividend.




5

6%
4

a

7%

25%

•

93

10c
10c

5
74c

.

6

$4.25 preferred
United Research
United Scientific

75

Laboratories, Inc

12%

13%

3% f
7%

•
Servomatlon—1

4
65

8%

12 j

lc

United Screw St Bolt
Class A
—•
United

1%

2

%

U S Envelope com
7% preferred

U S Finance
Warrants

10
10

18%

10c
,10c
•

10c

%
9%
75
42

71%
29%
ft

%
63/4

30

4%

20%
4%

%
7%

Veeder

3%
14 %
13

Corp—1

7%

——

3%

8

1%

3%

Vernors Ginger Ale
•
Versapak Film St Pack

7%

Machinery

2%
17 Ya
4%

5c

Units
Vibration Mountings
and Controls
10c
viclad Industries
25c
Victor Products
1
Victoria Investment
1

Class B_

2
1

com

15% Viking Pump Co
14% Vinco
Corporation

5
1

8% Virginia Chemicals
4%
St Smelting Co

•

Va Coal St Iron

Class A
U
U
U
U
U

10c

1%

1%

3 Leasing Corp
1
S Lumber Co—1
S Magnet St Alloy 10c

8%
3%
2%
1%

9

%
%
1 Vs

13c

2%

S Markets
S Photo Supply

25c

10c

IOC

1%
Chemical (Del)
1%
5% U S Plastics Inc

8

U
(J
U
%
U
2%
C
2%

17%
1%

16%
%
60%

10c
10c

Chemicals Inc
S Radium Corp

50c

2
S Servateria Corp.l
8 Sonics Corp
•
S Sugar Corp_
1

S Truck Lines of
Delaware

1

United Steel (England)
American dep rets
United Technical
Industries
1
5% United Whelan Corp
3% % conv pfd
7%
100
4% Universal Data
i%
Processing Corp
•

Called

for

redemption,

4

see

page

2%
15
7
8

6%
44%
19%

3%
%

preferred.;

Amer

deposit rets
9%
Volt Technical Corp—
6%
21

3%
%

94.

Class A
50c
Voss Oil cl A com_
•
Class B com
*
Vulcan Corp
Common
50c
$3 prior pfd
•
$4.50 preferred—*
Vulcan Mould St Iron_l

Wabash Magnetlcs_50c
3% Waco Aircraft
•

kLast

sale,

n

113/4

12%

1

3%
23%

Inc

Warlick Press Inc 25c
Warner Electric Brake
1

3%
3

18%

20%

Warren

1

54%

10

57%

23 %

(S D)

25%

92

97

1

10

12.50

28

11 %
29

Co—
St

Class A
Washburn Wire

•
Sons

n%

3/4

163%

Common
1
4.80* conv pfd...50

17%

44

Washington Trotting
1

Assn

11%

12 %

6

6%

13

14%
%

%
23/8

3%

33/4

4%

5%

1%

2%

'2

1

12% Watson Bros Trans¬
portation class A
1
26%
Above name changed
1%

Transportation
%
System, Inc
19% Watson Electronics St
Engineering
10c
1

3%

Nominal,

Waverly Oil Works

1

Wayne Mfg Co
11%

10

r

3%
15%

1

Weatherford

(R V)__•
Webb (Del E) Corp
•
Warrants

3%
9%

6%

80
10c
45% Webb Resources
75% iVebster Publlshlng.50c
31

ft

Weinkles
Inc

1%
alO%

4%
16%
4

10%
6%
lft
103/4

Liquor Stores
25c

Welnschel Eng'nerlng.i

13/8
43/4

13/4
5%

1

8%

9%

% Weiss Bros Stores
7%
Class A

51%

ft
2%

Weissberg (H R) Corp
Class A
1
Welded Tube Co
of America class A_1

18% Weldotron
Corp
4% Wellco Ro-Search
Industries Inc
8

10

10%

3%
4%

5c

4

4%

1

2%

Wellington
Electronics

75c

7%

2%

31%
ft

18%
6%
10

Welsh Panel Co
25c
1% Werner Trans'tion
1
18c

8%

30%
%

1% Wells Gardner Elecs 1
% Wells Industries
50c
1% Welsbach Corp
2.50

19 %
7

103/4

10c

Wespak Inc

1%

1%

1

93/4

103/4

West Coast Airlines

14% West Drlefonteln Gold
143/4
Mining Co Ltd **adrs"
West-It Expansion
6%
Products
West Point Mfg
5

6
26

%
9%

"%
10%
175

6

6%
8%
1%
%
5

%
593/4

Yb

%
3c

5%

3%
290
25

25%

12%

12%

28s/4

29%

36

37

%
21%

%
23%

13/8

100

1%

99

Stamping
2
Westgate Calif Corp—
6*

3%

3%
2%

Weyerhaeuser Co.
t New

14%

16%

15%

70
10

n54

20

31

.1

15

33
16

1

preferred

2

value,

15%

5

7% Westmoreland Coal

dollar

3%
305

Western Tool St

Westron Corp
tuetterau Foods Inc

Canadian

50c

Stationery 8%
Preferred

Class A
5% preferred

62
74

7ya

07264

2%
Amer deposit rets
% Western Natural Gas.l
8%
conv
preferred
"1952 series"
30
6%
8%
conv
7%
preferred
"1955 series"
8%
30
1% Western Oil Fields—1%
3/8 Western Publishing
1
5%
1% Western Semicon¬
ductors
•
603/4 Western Tablet St

3%

%
21

30c

Western Electric Co
*
Western Holdings Ltd

3%
lc

3/a

20 %

Thompson

Hold's Corp

2%

12%

12

West Va Production Co
10c preferred
1
Westbrook

70

2%

Co

l

10
85

Vitramon Inc
10c
Vitro Corp of Am
50c
4% Vocallne Co of Am.1.50
Vogue Instrument. lc
3
Voight (Albert) Ind 10c
Vol-Air Inc
le
16
Volkswagenwerk (AG)

48

25

$1.25 preferred
Wards

18

Virginia Skyline com_l

3% Visual Dynamics
5c
1% Vltamlx
15c •
Pharmaceuticals Inc 1

8

2%
63/4

12%
12%

161

100
Visual Art Industries lc

4

2

53/4

15

100

$6

17%

6% C conv pfd
17%
4Yb Waterman (L E) Pen.*
12
Waters Mfg Co
1

ft U S Homes St Dev—
20c
5%

..25c

Washington Engi¬
neering Serv Co
•
2% Washington Steel Corp

2

48%
%

Class A

.

26%

5%

Viking Freight—

4

Sterling

24

1%

Root Inc
12%
Vendaversal Mfg
50c
Venus Drug Distribrs._l
Vermillion Bay Land.1
Vernltron Corp
10c

ft Victory Markets el A_2

%

6%

5

Warrants

23%
18%

•

50c
2.50

Industries

5% Varifab Inc
76c Varo, Inc
Vassar Corp
6%
Vector Mfg Co

%

60

Varco

16%

153%
9%
5%

Walter Reade-

Wayne-George Corp —*

Van Sclver (J B)
5% class A
100
ft Van Waters St Rogers.l
Vanity Fair Mills
5
Vapor Corp
1

8%

14%
8%
4%

to Watson-Wilson

1%
%

3%

5c

7%

United Industrial
Corp common
1
Warrants
Conv pfd ser A—8%

(Florida)
U S Polymeric
7%
16%
%
%

5

10c

Aircraft

Vangard Air St
7%
Marine Corp
% Vangas Inc

%

Trees dale Lab St TexTe

Trenton Foods
50e
Tresco Inc *
—10c

Common
$5.50 prior pfd
Valtronic Corp
Vamco Corp

Supplies Inc

U S Plastic and

^_l$e
Corp

VaUey Mould St Iron—

6%
V*

4%

5c

Walter (Jim; Corp—
Common
16%c

Watsco Inc
12

2%
20

3%

16

3%

3%

Freight Lines A
1
United Components.lOc
United Control Corp
1
United Cuban Oil__16c
1

15

11%

%

3c

1%

Valley Gas Prod Inc_1
valley Metallurgical
Processing Co

Van Dusen

1%

Waste King common

%

6%

22%
2%

25c

1

27%
27c
"U S Bowling Corp—25c
U s Crown Corp
10c
U S Dielectric
10c

A

Transvision Electronics

6 Yb

United Star Co's—
Class A.

Transportation Corp
of America—%
series

Toi/
12 A

16%

%
5c

2%

t25%

16%
1%

18%

Warren Brothers

6%

1

14%
%

10c

St Clutch Co

5

7

%

Wallace Press Inc
10
Wallson Associates.lOc
Walnut Grove
Products class
Warrants
Walston Aviation
1

Warner St Swasey

Forge

li Van
Camp Sea Food—1

Dynamics Inc
United Exposition
Service Co

1%
22
14

Concrete

ft

United Sheet Metal

%

10c

-58c

<5s Eng
1
United Nuclear Corp—1
4% United Piece Dye
3%
Works com
10c
4

4

Products class A

7%

Transistor

Applications
•
Transistor ElectroikJOe

Valley

United Electro-

25%

1%
21%

li

6%

Inc
1
Wald Research Inc.lOc
Waldorf Auto

Leasing

As

22

Waldbaum

$4.50 pfd
(H)

Corp of Amer
•
Vacuum Electronics —1
1% VahLsing Inc
10c

1%

1

5% preferred
25
Wakefield Engineer'g.*

Warshow

VSI Corporation
Vacu-Dry Co
Vacuum

11%

3% United Discount

2%

Utah Concrete Pipe

10%

9%

12%

5%
Centers Inc
1%
1%
% United-Buckington

n2%

8%

27

24%

1

4%
9%

9
13

4%
3%

20

United Air Lines

1966 wts
1968 wts
United Artists
Theatre Circuit
United Australian

4%

5c
5

Common
Class A

^
Utah Const <fc Mining
Ex 100% stock div—

32

■

Oil, Inc
2% United Bowling

"%

7%

30
15

Aero

Products

62

24

n2%

t

1%

3%

3
60
93

Warrants

Corp—10c

United

1%

13%

3%

7%

8

26%
30 Yb

55c

Uris Buildings Corp
4%
Common listed NYSE

n37%

Unishops Inc

45c

10
Urethane Corp of Cal—

1%

10c

8

22%

le

50c

1%

23%

Australia Ltd
£A1
Elect SteeL2.50
Union Mfg Co
25
Union Miniere
77%
du Haut Katango—•
12
Union Rock &
35
Materials Corp
*
1% Union Spring St Man¬
2%
ufacturing Co
50c
23%

20%

26
22c

10c

1

9% Union Carbide

18%

Water¬

Ultrasonic Indus
10c
Underwater Storage—1
Uneeda Vending
22 Ya
Service Inc
le
1%
Unilever Ltd—

Bid
%

Waltham Watch Co 2.50
Ward Industries—

Upson Co

Class B

Transcontlnent'l Oil 25#

2nd

Universal

7%

2%

18

%

7

Amer

1 Vs

15%

1

Supply Inc

2

Wakefield Corp
Common

Surgical

Universal

deposit rets—

%

13%

,

Univis Inc

Trans-Mountain Oil

Pipe Line Co
■*
Transcontinent TV—
Class B
2.50
Transcontinental Bus
System Inc
1

■

proofing

United Mfg

Trans-Atre

12

1%
%
%

Distributg com_50c
conv pfd
10
Unite

3%

75C
2
12

3%
6%

lc

6%

30

3%

Ordinary regis

34%
13%

53

50

__

10c
5%
1
24% Universal Pictures
4%% preferred—100
5% Universal Publishing St

4%

Union Texas Natural
Gas Corp cl A—1

Tip Top Products

lc

Universal Moulded
Fibre Glass

8c

U

Inc

Trak

18%

2c

Ultra Dynamics —10c
11% Ultra Electric Holdings
"ADR8"
—
% Ultra Plastics el A—5c
Ultra-Sonic Precis'n 10c
13

1%

Corp

Universal Foods Corp.l

29%

Lumber—10c
Tidewater Marine

Tidewater

Traid

ft

Ultramar Ltd—

Thyssen (August)
Huette "airs'*

Tlnsley Labs

ft

Inc

1

com

2%

7

.2.50

1%

Tin tic

A

l%

Class A com

Universal Foods Prods

18

12

A com

Times-Mirror

Class

Universal Drilling

4%

17%

Par

Stocks—

Wainwrlght Stores 10c

4%

16%

2-50

Time

25%

Ask

1

28%

20

Thrifty Drug Stores—*
Thriftway Foods
2
Thurow Electronics—

Service

dep rcpts
2% Tuboscope Co
2
% Tucker Corporation-

Bid

% Universal Electronics
1%
Laboratories
10c

%
1%

5%
22%

12%

32%

Class

*
% Trygon Electronics_25c
6% Tube Investments—

2%
19%

1%
19%

Corp,..-1

True Taste
Trunz Inc

Far

Stocks—

Bid

2.30 "21" Brands Inc
1
13% Twin Disc Clutch.
Tyson Metal Products
Inc
1
20%

2.20

Yb

of

Thrift Drug

Stocks—
Far
Triumph storecrafters 1
17%
lc
12% Tropical Gas Co—
Trout Mining Co
1

Amer

America

See

STOCKS

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS

78

21
30

22
31%

9%

7%

stock,

58

x

Ex-d!vidend

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS

April, 1963

79

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29, 1963

Stocks—

Wham-O-Mfg Co

Par

Bid

SOe

3%

4%

Wheaton Industries 10c
Whitaker Cable Corp_l
White Arionlcs
10c
White Shield Corp
10c
Whitehall Cement

n%

1
18%
50c

Manufacturing Co.10
Whitehall Electrncs 10c
Whltln Machine
Work*
12.50

Whiting Corp

5

Wlatt

1

(Norman) Co

1 7,%

Stocks—

Ask

19%

1%

10 %
6 c

preferred
25
Williams & Co (Pa)2%
Willner's Liquors—10c

15

Will Ross Inc

26%

5%%

32
1

1.25

•

9%

lc

2%

Wlnkelman Bros

Wichita

Union
St'kyards com
4% preferred

Apparel Inc cl A_
100

100
Wlegand (Edwin L) 5
Wilbur Chocolate
Wilcox Electric

•
3

Wilcox-Gay Majestic
Electronics Corp
4
Wiley (John) & Sons-1
Will <fe Baumer Candle *

50
60

23%
21

5%

%
16%
16%

%
—

y

•Without par value,
Ex-stock dividend.




10%
a

World Toy House_33%c
World Wide Helicopters
10%
Ltd Am dep rets—£l
Wrather Corp
•
2% Wurlitzer Co
10
Wyandotte Chemicals_l
10% Wyatt Industries
20
Wyckoff Steel Co
10
3% Wyle Laboratories
•
4
Wyman-Gordon
•

X-Ray Monitoring
Xtra Inc

Wolverine Shoe &
Tanning Co
2.50
Wometco Enterprises—

27%

28%

1

21%

5

9%

for

redemption,

see

1

page
■

94.

iy4

22
10%

k Last

Bid

5
2c

1%
80

17%
16

%
2%

lA
4%
17%
57
23

18%
7%
78

10c
1

%
19%

lc

1%

Yankee Plastics

11% Wood Conversion

Called

3%

1
10c

3%

21

Class A common

1

3

1

Woodland El'tronics 10c
Woodman Co
10c
1% Woodward Governor
1
28% Work & Wear Corp
1
16

20

Willcox & Glbbs

Sewing Machine

10

Winston-Muss Corp
•
24% Wolf (The) Corp cl A_1
22% Wollard Aircraft
6
Service Equip
10c
Wolverine Brass
10
17

Par

World Color Press
Worldmark Press

3%

House, Inc
Wings & Wheels
Express Inc

Stocks-

Wood-Mosaic Corp

Win-Chek Industries
Class A
10c
Winchell Donut

21

17%
9%
5%

Ask

Williams (R C) & Co

%
19
1%

Bid

Par

Ask

5%
12c
l%
85

Stocks—

Par

Yardney Electric—25c

Yellow Cab Co of
Philadelphia

Youngwood

Canadian

1%

dollar value,

~4%

17%

18%

1%
39%

40'%

%

t New stock,

2%

4%
il

7%

% Zayre Corporation —1
21% Zeigler Coal & Coke.10
Zenith Laboratories.lOc

4% Zurn Industries

r

3%
%

61%
Metals Inc
•
25% Younker Bros
•
19% Youthcraft Creations—
7%
Class A common
1
86
Yuba Consol Indus
1

4%

Nominal,

13%

9

Electronic

Yard-Man
n

14

12%

1% Youngstown Research
5%
& Development Co_l

5%

sale,

12

Freight Lines Inc__l
York Hoover Corp—10
% York Research cl A
1
2% Yorktown Products
lc

Yardley & Co Ltd
Ordinary A Regis—
2

3

4%

Yellow Transit

Zep Aero
Zero Mfg Co
5% Zonollte Co

Inc

4%

17%
16%

18%

Bid

21

2%

8%
22%
2%

3
4%

3%

1

1

a9%

1

4%

10%
4%

1

x

5

Ex-dividend,

80

United States and

1967

The custom in reporting prices for
bonds yield per annum. Therefore, in

Municipal Bonds

State and municipal securities is to quote them

on the basis of the return the
furnishing the prices below, it will be found that for the single maturity bond
a bid and asked quotation is published—either actual figures 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 1963 to 1980 and is quoted 0.90 to 2.95%—this would indicate that earliest maturity
yields 0.90% and the later maturity is yielding 2.95%
Therefore, in the following list, it must be remembered the word "to" indicates that the figures shown are the bid
yield basis for various maturities; all other figures are bid and asked prices.
Bonds—

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29, 1963
Bid

Bonds—

Ask

Values shown below

STATES

UNITED

Ail Quoted in 32nds
Treasury bonds—
*V4s May 15 1985-1975
103.8
103
4 V<s Aug 15 1992-1987
103.10
103.2
4s Feb 15 1939
101.2
101.6
4s Oct 1 1969
101.3
101.7
4s Aug 15 1871
100.20 100.28
4s Feb 15 1972
100.13 100.17
4s Aug 15 1972
100.13 100.17
4s Feb 15 1980
99.13
99.17
99.2
4s Feb 15 1988-1993
99.10
100.23 100.27
37/aS May 15 1968
.
99.17
99.13
37'aS Nov 15 1971
99
98.28
37/8s Nov 15 1974
100.4
3 Vis Aug 15 1968
100
100.24 100.28
33,4s May 15
99.29 100.1
3^us Nov 15
94.8
94
3VaS Nov IB 1980
92.2
91.26
3Vas Feb 15 1990
91.2
90.26
3'/2s Nov 15 1998—
99.26
99.22
3jss Nov 15 1966.
91.2
91.10
3'/4s. June 15 1978-1983
91.10
91.2
3 Vis May 15 1985
99.31 100.1
3s Feb 15 1964
99.1
98.29
3s Aug 15 1966
87.30
87.22
3s Feb 15 1995
99.4
99
2%s Feb 15 1965
96.22
96.14
2'is June 15 1962-1967
99.29
99.22
2'/as Aug 15 1963
94.22
94.14
2'/as Dec 15 1963-1968.
93.24
93.16
2 Vis June 15 1984-1969—_
93.4
92.28
2 Vis Dec 15 1964-1969
92.26
92.18
2 Vis Mar 15 1965-1970
91.30
91.22
2 Vis Mar 15 1966-1971
90.16
90.8
2 Vis June 15 1967-1972
89.30
89.22
2'/as Sept 15 1967-1972
89.30
89.22
2'/as Dec 15 1967-1972
Treas Ctfs
3 Vis May
3 Vis Aug

__

__

__

__

—

„

__

__

__

__

--

__

of Indebtedness—
15 1963—.
15 1963
—

3Vis Nov 15 1963
3 Vis Feb 15 1964
Treasury Notes—
is
May 15 1963
iyas Oct

1903

1

,

.

4%s NOV 15 1963
1 '/as

Apr
4Vis May
3V4s May
5s
Aug
3JiS Aug
I VaS

Oct
47/8s Nov

iy2s
4%s
1 <2S
3'/2s
3Vbs
1 Vis

Apr

...

1964
1964
1964.....
1964
1964
1964
1964,
1965

1
15
15

15
15
1

-

_

__

15
1

—

.

May 15 1965

1965
1965
15 1966
1 1966
Apr
4s
Aug 15 1966
1 Vis Oct
1 1966—

Oct
Nov
Feb

1
15

3 5/a s Feb 15 1967
1 Vis April l 1967
3Vis Aug 15 1967
1 1967
1 Vis Oct

_

100.2
100.8
100.3
100.6

98.30
101.23
100.20
102.12
100.23
98.8
102.18
97.14

100.4
100.10

100.5
100.8

—

99
101.25
100.22
102.14

100.25
98.10
102.20

97.16
102.23 102.25
96.22
96.20
100.11
100.9
100.14 100.16
95.26
95.22
101.18 101.20
95.4
100.2
94

95

__

100
93.28
100.11
100.9
93.2
92.30

Banks for Cooperatives—
Coll Trust debs—

3.05s June 3 1963.
3.15s Aug 1 1963
3.15s Oct 1 1963 w 1—
federal

Loan

Home

—

—

Aug 15 1963
3.30s Sept 16 1983—
3.20s Jan 15 1964

3%s Sept 15

1963

99.31
100
100

100

100.1

100.1
100.1
100.2
100.2
100.1
100.1
100
100.20 100.24
*

Federal Land
2*8 May 1
3%s Aug 20
3 Vis Oct 22
4 Vis Apr 30
Oct

4s
4s
4s

Bank Bonds—
1963

1963
1963
1964—.

30 1964.

Oct 20 1966.
Dee 30 1966.
3%s Feb ,31 1966.
3V«S May 2 1966.

4Vis July 20 1966.
4s May 22 1967.
4V4b
44is
4%s
5 Vis
3 Vis
5«is
4Vis
3'is
4 Vis

Mar 20 1968
Mar 20 1969-

July 15 1969
Feb 30 1970

Apr
1 1970
July 20 1970

1 1970 opt *67.
May 1 1971

Oct

15 1972-196718 1973
"is Feb 30 1974
Feb

3%s Sep

4Vis Feb 20 1978-1973*

.

99.30 100
100.5
100.7
100.2
100.4
101.12
101.8
101.6
101.10
101.16
101.8
101.12 101.20
100
100.12
99.12
99

101.24 102.4
100.24 101.4
101.16 102.16
103.8
102.8
103.16 104.16
106.8
107.8
96.24
97.24
106.24 107.24
102.16 103.16
97.8
96.8
100.24 101.24
100
99
103.8
104.8
100.8
100

Subject to all Federal taxes,




10 1970

—

4'/as Feb 10 1977
Federal Intermediate
Credit Bank Debs—
3.45s May 1 19633.35s Jun
3 19633.20s July 1 1963
3.10s Aug 1 1963
_

—

3.15s^-Sept 3 1963

Feb 15 1985

„—

434S
4VaS
4 Vas

-

-Nov
Dec

1
1

1980
1973

Jan
1 1977
Feb 1 1982
May
1 1978

4 Vis
4 V4S
4 V4S

Jan

15

1979

a

Sept 15 1963

3%s

Oct
I 1964
May 15 1968
Jan
1 1969

3^4S
3 Vis
3 Vis

99.31

—

__

Oct
1 1981
3s
July 15 1972
3s
Mar
1 1976
Inter-American
Development
Bank 4 Vis Dec 15 1982

101.;24
101. 24
104
108.:24

United States Treasury Bills

4 1963

April 11 1963
April 15 1963
April 18 1963
April 25 1963
May
2 1963
May
9 1963
May 16 1963
May 23 1963
May 31 1963

Jung

6
13
20

June
June

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

b2.00 to 2.30%
b2.30 to 2.45%
b2.60 to 3.00%
b3.00 to 3.15%

A-O
A-O

b2.00 to 2:90%

3s 1964-1968

Af-N
Af-N

3'/4S 1969-1973

3.40s 1974-1979
Af-N
Southeast Alabama Gas Dist—
4 '/is 1st mtge Nat Gas
revenue 1989
A-O

104
104

100
100

101
101

l'/4s due 1964-70
A-O
Is due 1971-76
A-O
Water Supply rev ser A—
2.25s 1964-66
J-J

99.24
98.8

96.16

97.16
95
90.8
93.16
91.8

98.585
98.527

15

98.369
97.592

1963
1964

PUERTO RICO
{Commonwealth of)
5s 1964-1970
3 Vis 1971-1983
2s 1984—

J-J
J-J
J-J

3s 1967-1976
3 Vis 1977-1984

J-J
J-J

3.40s
1985-1991
J-J
Electric Revenue (series '63)
3 Vis 1965-1972
—J-J
3s 1973-1978
J-J
3 Vis 1979-1987
J-J
3.30s 1988-1998
J-J
3 Vis 1999
J-J

__

__

—

__

__

—

__

__

__

—

__

__

1964-1966
1976-1983
1984-1986

Called for redemption, see page 94.

J-tf
J-J

J-J
J-J

_J-J

.__

4.15

__

bl.40 to 2..40%
b2.60 to 2. 90%

A-O

b2.10 to 3: 00%

J-D

bl.80 to 2. 25%

Af-S

bl.80 to 3.00%

1964-1978
Anchorage (G O & I S D)
Various
coupons
1964-78
Tele rev various
1964-78
Port revenue 5.40s
1998
Fairbanks (G O & I S D)
Various coupons
1964-76
Juneau (G O & I S D)
Various coupons—
1964-81

b2.00 to 3.75%

J-J

__

__

b2 00 to 2..40%'

J-J

__

__

__

__

__

__

2.90

__

__

ALASKA

Various

Airport

rev

4y2s

1964

Water rev various
1964-72
Ketchikan (G O & I S D)
Various coupons
1964-75

Utility

rev

various

1964-82

b2.00 to 4.10%
b2.00 to 4.00%
85

__

__

__

b2.00 to 3.75%

b2.00 to 4.20%
b2.50 to 3.30%
b2.40 to 4.25 %
b2.00 to 3.85%
b2.00 to 4.00%

__

__

__

__

__

ARIZONA

__

99.070

__

—

—

__

—

—

99.010
98.954
98.908
98.836
98.779
98.718
98.656

__

__

__

__

__

—

__

98.594
98.536
98.380

__

—

__

__

__

__

__

Phoenix (City of) —
Water Revenue (1st issue)
2s 1964-1977J-J
Water Wks Rev (Ser 1949)
1964-66
2'/as 1964-73
2y4s 1974-78
1952 Water Bonds—
3s 1964-71
3 Vis 1972-77
3s

bl.50 to 3.50%

J-J
J-J
J-J

bl.50 to 2.10%
bl.50 to 2.80%
b2.85 to 3.05%

J-J

bl.50 to 2.70%
b2.75 to 3.00%

J-J

Salt River Project Agric
Imp & Pow District—
3J/4s Jan 1 1981_

b3.25 less

3VaS July

b3.25 less

Wat

IVis Mar 1,1967
ref 1962 series
1964-1970
J-D
1971
—J-D

rev

Water

__

__

__

__

__

1
1

b2.40 less

1 1978
Tucson (City of)—

—

Vi

rev

41/aS
3y4s

3s 1972-1978
3.20s 1972-1985
3.40s 1986-1991

J-D
J-D
J-D

bl.75 to 2.75%
b2.85 less 1
b2.90 to 3.25%
b2.90 to 3.40%
b3.45 to 3.60%

__

__

—

2.80

ARKANSAS

Highway refunding—
bl.70 to 2.90%
b3.00 to 3.20%
b3.20 to 3.25%
b3.25 to 3.35%
bl.70 to 2.00%
b2.10 to 2.85%

b2.90 to 3.25%
b3.25 to 3.40%
bl.80 to 2.60%
b2.70 to Par
b3.05 to 3.30%
b3.35 to 3.45%
__

__

__

__

__

bl.70 to 2.00%
b2.10 to 2.80%
__

b3.25 to 3.30%

b Basis,

3s April 1 1969-72
A-O
3s April 1964-72
A-O
Hot Springs 3s rev 1964-83
Little Rock wat 4s '64-78-F-A

__

b2.45 to 2.70%
b2.00 to 2.70%
b2.40 to 3.90%

b2.00 to 3.50%

__

__

__

__

CALIFORNIA

__

__

__

__

__

_

3.45

bonds—

3s 1967-1975

__

__

__

99.299
99.237
90.189
99.157
99.127

—

Water Resources Authority
Electric
revenue
ser
1962
Ref 3 Vis 1964-1977
tf-J
Ref 3Vis 1978-1982
J-J
Ref 3.60s 1983-1985
J-J
Ref 3.70s 1986-1988
1-3
Revenue (Series 1962)
5s 1964-1966
J-J

1974-80
1981-90

101

97.608

__

b2.50 to 2.,60%
bl.80 to 3..00%
b3.00 to 3..35%
b3.35 to 3. 50%

Selma Housing Auth—
2y8s 1976
Sheffield 4s 1964-68

Yield Basis or to
Bid
Ask
Net
bl.60 to 2.60%
b2.50 to 3.20%
3.75

Aqueduct & Sewer Auth—
4s July 1 1972

J-J

Mobile (City of)—
3 Vis gen ref 1964-70
Mobile County—
Gen fund 4y2s 1964-66

and cents
Not in 32nds
99.977
99.979
99.922
99.924
99.890
99.893
99.866
99.870
99.813
99.819
99.757
99.760
99.698
99.701
99.640
99.644
99.584
99.588
99.518
99.523

98.647

1967-68
1964-73

2.75s
2.80s

99
97.8

Sept 19 1963
Sept 26 1963

b2.00 to 2.50%
b2.55 to 2.90%
b2.95 to 3.10%

Building Bonds—

2.40s
2.50s

100.12 100.24
100.16 100.28

98.705

__

bl.50 to 3.00%

103
103

98.767

__

2.90
3.05

__

Birmingham—
School

98.893
98.824

__

A-O

108.8

100.8

b2.00 to 2.30%
b2.30 to 2.60%
b2.65 to 2.85%
b2.90 to 3.05%
b3.00 to 3.10%
b3.05 to 3.15%

Highway Auth series E

99.418
99.362
99.328

3.40s

Af-S

2s 1975
3.60s 1976

99.474

3Y4s

1975-1978

105.16
103.24

99.412
99.356
99.323
99.294
99.229
99.181
99.148
99.118
99.061
99.(100
98.943

11 1963
15 1963
18 1963
25 1963
Aug 1 1963

4y4s

Af-S
Af-S
Af-S
Af-S
_Af-S

.

104.16
102.24

99.468

Public Improvement

1964-1966
3 Vis 1967-1970
3.60s 1971-1974

107.8

90.8

__

ser A

5s

Industrial Waterworks—
Ref IViS 1964-70

93
89.8
92.16

bl.75 to 2.00%

Highway Authority—
Highway Auth series D

-

1963
1963

July
July
July
July

15

Capital Improvement

5s 1964-1966
3s 1967-1969
3 Vis 1970-1978
3.40s
1979-1981

100.1
100.4
100.1
100
100

1963

June 24 1963
June 27 1963
July 5 1963

Oct
Jan

J-J

Capital Improvement series C

103. 16
102. 16
104. 20

100

to
Net

Authority

3'/as 1979
3.70s 1980

Quoted in Dollars
April

Education

3.70s

103.;8
104. 16

99.31 100
99.31 100
100.1
100

-Oct 15 1971
May 15 1975

3%s
3y4s

__

__

or

Ask

ALABAMA

3Vis .refunding 1964-65

.

3.15s Oct
1 1963
3.15s Nov 4 1963
3.15s Dec 2 1963
3.20s Jan. 2 1964 w i
International Bank lor
Reconstruction & Devel—

5s

—

Bid

3.60s 1964-1974
100
100.2
100
99.31
99.31

Sept 5 1963Sept 12 1963

100
100.1

3 30s

Vis Sep

4 Vis Aug 10 1971
4 Vas Sept
10 1971
5 Vis Feb 10 1972
4%s Jun 12 1972
4Vis Jun 12 1973

103.16
100.24
100.24
103
107.24
102.16
101.16
103.20

Bonds—

__

100.12 100.16
101.24 102
99. 20
99.8
102.8

Yield Basis

Net

100.16 100.18
100.16 1C0.20
101
101.4
100.30 101.2
102.4
102.12

Aug 8 1963—
Aug 15 1963
Aug 22 1963
Aug 29 1963-

99.31 100
99.31 100
99.31 100

Banks—

3y«s Apr 15 1963.
3.40s Apr 15 1963
3.40s May 15 1963
3V4s July 16 1963

4

Ask

Quoted in 32nds

4s

100.7
100.5
100.4
100.2
99.16
99.14
101.7
101.5

May 15 1963

3 Vis

Bid

Federal Natl Mtge Asso—
■t'/BS Nov 12 19633Vis May 11 1964
4s Sept 10 1961
3VaS Dec 11 1964
4%s Jun 10 1965
33/is Mar 10 1966..
4Vis Dec 12 1966
33as Mar 11 1968—
4%s Apr 10 1969
4V8s Apr 10 1970
;

__

—

2.85
__

f Flat price,

4y2s Olympiad 1964-71
State

J-J

bl.60 to 2.45%

J-J
J-J
J-J
J-J
J-J
J-J

bl.60 to 2.50%

__

Construction—

Act of 1958 series F—
5s 1964-1972
4s 1973

3y4s 1974-1976
3.40s

1977-1978
3y2s 1979-1981
3.60s 1982

State School Bldg ser G—
2%s 1964-66
Af-N
3s
1967-74
3s 1975-79 opt

n Nominal.

Af-N

'74

Af-N

__

2.55
b2.60 to 2.70%
b2.75 to 2.80%
b2.85 to 2.90%
__

bl.60 to 1.90%
b2.05 to 2.60%
b2.65 to 2.85%

__

__

2.90
__

__

__

81

STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS

April, 1963

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29, 1963
Field Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

Bonds—
California

Los

(Continuedi—

5%s
b2.05 to 2.85%
b3.40 to 3.50%

__

__

State School Bldg Aid
(1958 Issue)—
5S 1964-1966
4%s 1967
3 Vis 1968-1985

M-S
M-S
M-S

bl.60 to 1.90%

M-S

,

bl.60 to 2.05%
b2.15 to 2.50%
b2.55 to 3.00%
b3.05 to 3.10%

__

b2.15 to 3.00%

__

2.05
__

State School Bldg Aid
Law of 1958 series W

5s 1964-1967
3 Vis 1968-1972
3%s 1973-1984
4s 1985-1986

M-S
M-S
M-S
of

Veteran's Bonds Act
series S—

A-O

1964-1966
1967
3'/«s 1968-1973
3 Vis
1974-1984

bl.60 to 2.25%
__

b2.15 to 2.55%
b2.60 to 2.95%

4s

1979-1980
1981-85 opt

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

bl.60 to 1.90%

1980—F-A

b2.95 to 3.05%

Veterans' (dated July 1 1962)
5s 1964-1974
F-A
3s 1975-1979
F-A
3 Vis 1980-1982
F-A
3.30s 1983-1985 opt *83—F-A
3.40s 1986-1987 opt '83-F-A
Vis 1988 opt '83
F-A
Veterans'

__

__

—

__

b2.15 to 2.35%
b2.45 to 2.85%
__

bl.60 to 2.60%
b2.65 to 2.85%
b2.85 to 2.90%

b2.95 to 3.00%
b3.05 to 3.10%
__

—

2.05
__

—

__

2.05
__

__

2.90
__

3 Vis 1972-1976
3*4 s 1977-1982
is

Toll

Oroville-Wyandotte
Irrig District 4Vis 2006

M-S

1983-1986

bl.60
b2.15
b2.50
b2.80
b3.00

2 Vis 1964-68
Various purposes

Spring Val 4Vis 1967-69_J-J

Richmond-San Rafael
3 Vis rev ser A 1992

Imperial Irrigation District—
Electric Rev (9 th issue)
2s 1964-71
J- J
IVis 1972-76
J-J

103

104 Vi

bl.75 to 3.25%
b3.45 to 3.70%

Colorado

J-J

J-J
J-J
2nd division (10th series)
2V4s 1964-66—
J-J
3s
1971-78
2 Vis
1979

J-J
J-J

1967-80

2%s

1981

bl.75 to 2.65%
b2.75 to 3.30%
__

bl.75 to 2.25%
b2.35 to 3.40%
__

__

115%

__

bl.60 to 2.50%
b2.15 to 3.00%

__

—

b2.30 to 3.00%
__

__

__

__

IVis

—

M-N
M-N

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

1964-68

School District No. 1
2.10s 1964-67
Water bonds—

A-O

1.85%
2.10%
2.35%
2.60%

2.90%

bl.50 to 2.20%
bl.50 to 2.30%
b2.50 to 3.75%

__

__

__

__

__

bl.65 to 2.75%
b2.70 to 2.80%
b2.80 to 2.90%
b2.90 to 3.10%

__

__

__

__

bl.90 to 2.25%

__

bl.65 to 2.30%

__

bl.65 to 2.10%

__

b3.15 to 3.20%

1994-1999

A-O

Ei Paso County—
School District No. 11
13/4S 1964-65

—

—

M-S

__

—

3.25

bl.75 to 2.95%
bl.75 to 2.95%
bl.75 to 2.90%

F-A

__

bl.75 to 2.95%
bl.75 to 3.20%

-J-J
J-J
M-N

__

bl.65 to 1.85%

J-J
A-O

__

b2.25 to 2.70%
bl.70 to 2.70%
bl.70 to 2.85%

__

3.60

__

F-A

l%s

1964-76
3rd Issues of 1944

__

bl.50 to 3.40%

1964-68

A-O
A-O
A-O

bl.50 to 2.70%
b2.60 to 3.10%
b3.40 to 3.50%

M-N
_M-N

bl.60 to 2.90%
b2.90 to 3.50%

3.60
—

__

__

__

M-N
(1952 Issue)
2%s 1973-84
J-D
2 Vis 1985-92
/-D
Elec Plant Rev (1953 issue!
2 Vis 1986-89

A-O
A-O

1964-68
1969-77

A-O
Elec Plant Rev (1954 issue)
2%s 1978-83

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

1965-1968
1969-1973
2 Vis 1974-1977
2.00s
2 Vis

2.70s 1982-1984
Flood Control District
3 Vis May 1 1964-1983—

—

__

3.60

b3.00 to 3.60%
b3.50 to 3.65%
bl.50 to 2.50%
b2.40 to 3.40%
b2.90 to 3.25%

bl.60 to 2.50%
b2.60 to 3.00%

b3.00 to 3.10%
__

__

__

—

—

__

—

__

—

3.25

bl.50 to 3.10%

City Junior College Dlst
F-A

4s 1964-1970
3 Vis 1971-1982

F-A

3.40s 1983-1985
F-A
2 Vis 1986-1987
F-A
Water Wks Rey (issue of '49)

2Vis

M-W
M-N

1968-78
1979-89

City High Sch Dist—
2 Vis 1964-72
-J-J
2s 1964-72
J-J

Los Ang

Election 1952 series C—
2 Vis 1964-1979J-J
Election 1958 series F—
4s 1964-1985
J-D
Los Angeles County
Flood Control District—
2 Vis 1964-94
A-O
2 Vis 1964-83
M-N




bl.50 to 2.40%
b2.50 to 3.05%
b3.10 to 3.15%
__

b2.40 to 3.30%
b3.20 to 3.50%

—
—

3.50
—
—

—

3.00%

2%s
2 Vis

1964-1977
1964-1978

J-D

__

__
__
__

__
__
__

__M-N
A-O

bl.80 to 2.65%

__

1964-1984

bl.85 to 3.20%

—

IVis 1964-1970

M-N

bl.90 to 2.85%

—

2s 1964-1974

Expressway Rev & Motor
Fuel Tax—
Fourth Series
6s 1964-1966
4s 1967-1968
3 Vis 1S69-1973

bl.85
b2.50
b2.65
b3.00

3.05%

__

J-J

3%s 1974-1975
3 Vis 1976-1989
3.60s 1990-1991—
3%S 1992-1993

b3.05to3.25%

—

J-J
J-J

to
to
to
to

2.40%

J-J
J-J
J-J
J-J

—

2.60%
2.95%

__

—

—

—

__

—

3.30
3.30

—

—

3.40

1994-1997
Sixth Series

T-J

3Vis 1968-1981
3.30s 1982-1989
3Vis 1990-1997

J-J
—J-J
J-J

b2.60 to 3.10%
b3.10 to 3.40%
b3.40 to 3.45%

J-J

bl.95to2.20%

3.65s

Seventh Series
6S 1964-1966
4 Vis 1967
6s 1968-1969
5s 1970-1974

J-J

—

__
__

__

2.25

J-J
T-J

b2.35 to 2.45%
b2.55 to 2.80%

J-J
J-J
J-J

b2.85to3.00%
b3.05 to 3.20%
b3.25 to 3.65%

—

b2.15 to 2.20%

—

4.20s 1978-1988
4Vis 1989-1997
Gen Obi Highway System
3 Vis 1967-1968
J-D
2Vis 1969-1971
J-D
2Vis 1972-1975
J-D
2.60s 1976-1977
J-D
2Vis 1978-1980
J-D
2.80s 1981-1983
Hartford (City of)—
2.65s 1964-1983

—

—

b2.25 to 2.45%
b2.50 to 2.55%
b2.65 to 2.70%

J-D

b2.70 to 2.85%
b2.85 to 2.90%

M-N

bl.45 to 2.90%

—

—

__

—
__

—

—

J-J
M-N

bl.75 to 3.40%
bl.75 to 3.60%

A-O

bl.80 to 2.80%

l%s 1964-68__F-A
1964-69—
J-J

bl.75 to 2.60%
bl.75 to 2.75%

2s 1964-89
Meriden

1.40s

1964-70

New Haven

bl.50 to 3.65%
bl.50 to 3.60%
bl.50 to 3.10%
bl.50 to 3.20%
bl.50 to 3.15%

July 1 at 103.

a

1.40s
1.70s gen imp 1964-71
J-J
Gen Pub Corp 3s '64-81_A-0

Norwalk (City)—
3.40s 1964-1979

—

—

—

—

—

101%
—

F-A

4.10s
1985-1986
F-A
4.15s 1987-1990
F-A
Florida State Turnpike Autb—
4Vis (1961 series) 2001.M-N

Coral Gables—Ref of 1944
3 Vis optional 1979
Dade

2.75

~

Called for redemption, see page 94. b Basis, f Flat price,

__

110 Vi

100

__

__

__

__

__

Duval County—
5 Vis 1964-1966
3.30s 1967-1980
Ft Lauderdale—
4s refunding 1964-71
Wat & Sew rev .4Vis
1980-1985
Fort Myers ref 3s 1978
Ft Pierce—

3.00

__

F-A

4.10s 1970-1988

2.75

—

F-A

Port Authority (Ser B)
4.70s 1999

—

A-O

107

A-O

108Vi
—

A-O

—

J-J

2.90
3.90
__

2.50
3.40

—

3.10

—

3.90

—

M-S

3.80

85

Wat Si El rev 4s 1987
A-O
Jacksonville—
Electric revenue certificates
2 Vis
1964-72
J-J
TJtil tax rev 4.60s 1994
J-J

—

2.90

112

Expressway Rev series 1957
3.90s 1968-1971
4s
1972-1977_.

Jacksonville

J-J

—

3.50

—

—

J-J

3.75

Expressway—

Revenue 4 Vis July l 1992
Miami (City of) —
Wat Rev 2s Dec 1 1967
Wat Rev 2%s 1980-82__J-D
Sewer rev 4.30s 1993
J-J

Orlando Util com 3Vis '80.A-O
St Petersburg—
2Vis non-call ref 1979—M-S
Sanford ref lVis-2Vis 1977

Tampa—
Special Obligation—
Cap imp 3.70s 1983

109%
—

Vero Beach ref 3s 1979
West Palm Beach (City of)
Wat & Sewer rev ser A
3Vis 1964-84

110%
—

—

—

88
65

__

—

3.90

—

3.75

—

__

—

—

—

__

—

—

British—See Great Britain
Caldas Extl s f 7Vis 1946—J-J
Call (Colom) s f 7s 1947.M-N

bonds 3s '78-J-J
7 Vis

1944

k Last sale,

n

flOVi

16%
16%

16%
11 Vi

77

4Vis (now l%s) of 1888—
5s (now lVisT of 1895
5s (now 2V4s) of 1903
5s (now IVis) of 1913
Issues stpd under Plan B—
5s (now 3Vis) of 1895

(Brazil) 8s 1947

fl02
fl02
fl5%
fl5%

fl5Vi

Brazil United States—
5s of 1931 due 1951

Ceara

3.60

—

3.20
3.50
3.65

3.75
3.75
3.90
3.90

—

Sinking fund 7s 1948
A-O
Bolivia (Rep) Ext 8s 1947 M-N

s f $
(Peru)

3.40

85

Bank of Colombia 7s 1947_A-0

1993

2.90
3.65

__

FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS
AND CITIES
Over-the-Counter Issues

l-3s

__

102

A-O

Sewer rev 2Vis 1985
Sewer rev 3%s 1985
Sewer revenue 1962 series
5s 1966-1975
F-A
4s 1976
F-A
3 Vis 1977-1982
F-A
3 Vis 1983-1986
F-A
3.40s 1987-1992
F-A
3 Vis 1993-2000
F-A
3s 2001-2002
F-A

30-yr
__

4.00

F-A

3 Vis 1972
Road Revenue—
6s 1964-1969

J-J

—

3.90
3.90
3.95

—

Adjustment

__

111%

__

99

__

__

—

3.25
4.10
4.10

County—

__

bl.75 to 2.95%
bl.75 to 3.00%
bl.80 to 3.10%

—

Highway 5s 1964-66
Special Co Building—

Callao
M-N

__

F-A

J-J

Metropolitan District—
2Vis 1964-78

bl.50 to 3.15%

__

bl.75 to 3 20%
bl.75 to 3.45%

revenue

External 7s 1958
External s f 7s 1969_.

—

Hartford County—
bl.50 to 3.10%

108

__

bl.75 to 2 75%

__

—

MS
M-S
on

__

bl.50 to 2.50%
bl.50 to

M-N

3Vis 1964-83
4s 1964-89
3 Vis 1964-89
{Reported called

July 1 1968-1975

4Vis 1975-1977

Unified School District

2V4S

.*

__

Greenwich-KIllingly—
--

Elec Plant Rev

2 Vis
2 Vis

1964-1980

3%S 1964-1988
3 Vis 1964-1981
3 Vis 1964-1982
3s 1964-1979

l%s

2s
1969-75
l%s 1976-78
Issue of 1949
2 Vis 1965-72
2VzS 1973-85

IVis

3.10s

2.60s

Issue of 1944

1964-81-J-D

FSIC Lower Tampa Bay—
Bridge rev 3%s Sept 1 1981-

bl.65 to 2.10%
b2.20to2.80%

A-O

3.30s

3.55

__

J-D

M-N

5s 1965-1974
J-D
4.85s 1974-1989
J-D
4.80s 1990
J-D
Palm Beach County Road &
Bridge rev 3.65s 1983_F-A

bl.65 to 2.50%

_A-0

A-O
A-O

—

J-D

—

3Vis 1992-1993

A-O

3.20s 1976-1978
3s 1979-1984

__

1.40s 1964-1968
1.40s 1969

Bridge

b2.05 to 2.75%
b2.05 to 2.25%

3.10s 1985-1989

4Vis 1972-1975

__

__

107

FLORIDA

Los

bl.50 to 2.70%
bl.50 to 2.40%

104 Vi

—
2.65

Florida Develop Commission—
Pinellas County Road &

CONNECTICUT

Angeles (City)—
3Vis water wks 1964-75
4%s water 1964-70
A-O
4s 1964-68
J-J
4%s 1964-69
M-S
2s 1968-87
A-O
Refunding rev issue of 1943
1 Vis June 1 1976

2.03 Vi

Highway and Capital Imp—
Sussex Co IVis 1964-73

b2.60 to 2.75%
b2.75 to 2.80%
b2.80 to 2.95%
b3.00 to 3.05%

__

__

Delaware Memorial Bridge—
4s 1.978
Delaware Turnpike rev
4Vis 2002
J-J

__

(State of) —
H'way Fund Revenue

(gen oblig) —
1.70s 1965-68

__

bl.60 to 2.95%
bl.60 to 2.95%
bl.60 to 3 05%
bl.60 to 3.05%
bl.65 to 2.95%
bl.70 to 3.15%

2Vis March 15 1964-1977
1.60s 1964-1971
M-N
IVis 1968
J-J

Wilmington 1.70s
to
to
to
to
to

:
A-O
M-S
A-O

*

4 Vis 1965-1983
4.15s 1984

M-N

_

bl.60 to 2.90%
bl.60 to 2.90%

—

bl.55 to 2.15%

bl.50
b2.00
b2.20
b2.40
b2.65

M-S

__

3.00

b3.00 to 3.25%

bl.50 to 2.25%
bl.55 to 2.75%

3.40s various 1964-1977
3.30s Sept 1 1964-1978
3Vis April 1 1964-1980
3s
1964-1979
2.90s 1964-1982
2.80s
1964-1982

Denver

Electric Revenue—
1st division (10th issued

2Vis 1964-70

bl.55 to 2.35%

COLORADO

Brge
M-S

M-S

M-N

University System Imp Rev

1.75s
1967-72.
IVis 1964-1971
2s 1972-1974
2.10s
1975-1977
2Vis 1978-1982

105
107%

1964-71

bl.85 to 2.70%
bl.75 to 2.90%
bl.80 to 2.95%
bl.85 to 3.40%

DELAWARE

CANADA

Anticipating warrants—
2Vis 1964-1971
J-J
Colorado Springs (City)—
Utility Revenue—
1.70s 1964-66

to 2.70%
to 2.95%
to 3.10%

106%

1.30s

See page 82

__

4.15

M-N

IVis 1964-1979

__

to 2.05%
to 2.45%

103%

F-A

Dated April 1 1963
6s 1964-1966
A-O
2s 1967-1968
A-O
2 Vis 1969-1971
:
A-O
2 Vis 1972-1976
A-O
2%s 1977-1983
A-O
Hetch Hetchey 4Vis 1967-77

Carquinez Strait Bridges
Toll Bridge Revenue—
3%s 1995
M-S
4%s ser B 1995
M-S

J-D

4Vis water 1964-77
J-J
Airport bonds (1945 ser C)

Bridge Authority—

3s

1973-1976

F-A

Waterbury 5s 1964-71

112

113%

San Diego—
Water system extension
l%s June 1 1964-1968
2s June 1 1967-76
Sewer Revenue ser 1961
5%s 1967-1971
J-D
3.80s 1972
J-D

__

Building Aid—
M-S

2s school 1964-68
111

of Southern California—
Waterworks Bonds
3.10s Nov 1 1964-70

State

M-S
M-S
M-S

1983

Metropolitan Water District

—

and State School

5s 1964-1967
3 Vis 1968-1971

1

Field Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

Bonds—

Stamford (City)—

Transit

San Fran (City & County) —
5s water 1964-69
J-J

U

4%s 1967
3'/as 1968-1970
3%S 1971-1978

Metro

March

3%s

4s

4s

__

1956

5s

Veterans' Bonds
Act of 1958 series
5s 1964-1966

Angeles

Authority—

State Schools Aid
5s 1964-1966

(1954 Issue)
M-N
2%s 1967-1975
M-N
Is 1976-80 opt '75

Field Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

Bonds—

J-J

J-D

55

56

55
55

56
56
56

55
27 Vi
f 118

119
57
88
fl3

Nominal r Canadian dollar value.

2.25

82

STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL. SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29, 1963
Yield Basis

Bonda—

Bid

Denmark (Kingdom of) —
5%s 1978 (now listed NYSE)
Finland (Republic of) —
6s extl loan 1973
M-S
Oreat Britain—

All British issues
In

U

5%s
98(6

S

23 Vi

—

23%

now

50

50%

__

—

98

83
f200
f 190

Mortgage Bank of Bogota—
7s (issue of May 1927)

_Af-N
(issue of Oct 1927)
1947
A-O
Panama (Republic of)—
4.80s extl sec 1993
A-O

fl02

^-7s

fl02

f84
fl%
11%

Santa Catharina (Brazil)—
External s f 8s 1947
F-A

1%
1%

103

Bantander (Dept) Colombia
External s f 7s 1948
A-O
B f 3s July 1 1978
Santiago (City) Chile 7s '49-J-J
External s f 7s 1961
M-N
United Kingdom of Gt Britain
and Ireland—See Gt Britain

of Canada—
Payable in U 8 currency
2%s Sept 1 1974
2%s Sept 15 1975
Payable in Canadian currency
4s May 1 1964
3%s Sept 1 1965
4Vis Dec 15 1966
4%s June 1 1967
4(4s -Jan 15 1968
2Vis June 15 1968 opt '67
5 (is Apr 1 1969
3Vis May 1 1970
4y4s Sept 1 1972
5 Vis

Oct

1

3Vis June 1
5Vis April 1
3Vis Jan 15
3(48 Oct 1
4Vis Sept 1

87

92%

2Vis

Mar

1
1
1

91%

90%
85%
95 %
85%
95 Vi
76%
95 (i

79%
74 V*

85%
72%
58

92 Vi
88 Vi

'59
'61

89 Vi

-

1972

Municipal Financing Corp
4Vis May 15 1984 opt '69.
5s Dec 15 1984 opt '70
4Vis June 15 1985 opt '70_
British Columbia (Province)—
4Vis Jan 23 1969
3 Vis Aug 15 1976 opt '81
3Vis Feb 15 1977 opt '62
3Vis June 15 1978 opt '61
3Vis June 15 1981 opt '61
4Vis Apr 15 1982 opt *67
3Vis June 15 1986 opt '61
4Vis Apr 15 1987 opt '67

90 y4

102 (4
104

103%

88(4
99
99%
94
93
90
103

99(4
94
107

99(4
99 (4
93%
92 y4
98%
103%
101 y4
103(4
106 y4
104(4

95
94
91
105
101

Vi
100(4
94%
100

94%
99(4
104%
101%
104 y4

2 Vis

a

Called




for

redemption,

97

see

page

■

.

Various
1964-78
Water rev various_1964-81
Kauai County G O
Various
1964-78
Maui County G O
Various
1964-82
Honolulu G O
Various
1964-84
Board Water Supply rev
Various
1964-83
Honolulu (City & County) —
General Obligations
5s 1966-1975
3%s 1976-1989
Is 1990-1991

98

90%
91%
109 ya
100%
90%
89 ya
99

100

89%
88 ya

98
91

'

Illinois

;

92

(various purposes)—
4s 1964-1966
A-O
2%s 1967-1975
A-O
3s 1976-1986
A-O
Various purposes ('62 issue»

106%

96%
90%

97%

89 y4
93

92 y4
97 y4
90 y4
94

102%

104%
100
97 %

95%

4s

1964-1966
2%s 1967-1976
3s 1977-1987

-

■

■

,

„

-

:

.

gen

—

3s

105(4

__

99
103 y4

b Baals,

Hwy rev various

f Flat

price,

2Vis 1968 opt 1964-68
2s 1964-70
1 Vis 1964-68

,

"

„

■

^

; ''

—

100
•

——

'

—

101%

bl.50
b2.50
b2.85
b3.30

to
to
to
to

2.40%
3.80%
3.40%
3.50%

bl.50
b2.75
b3.15
b3.30

to
to
to
to

3.10%
3.25%
3.40%

2.70%

M-S

b2.00 to 2.25%
b2.50 to 2.60%
b2.70 to 2.85%

bl.50 to 2.90%
bl.50 to 2.65%

bl.50 to 2.75%
bl.50 to 3.20%
bl.50 to 2.80%

bl.50 to 2.65%
bl.50 to 3.30%

92
96
bl.50 to 3.20%
bl.50 to 3.20%
bl.50 to 2.75%

bl.50 to 3.25%
bl.50 to 3.00%

bl.50 to 2.70%
b2.80 to 3.20%
bl.50 to 3.25%
bl.50 to 2.30%
bl.50 to 3.30%

sale,

bl.75 to 2.75%
b2.20 to 3.75%
n

Nominal

r

bl.75 to 3.25%
bl.85 to 3.30%

b2.05 to 3.00%
b3.10 to 3.50%

__

4.25

__

97 (i
113Vi

__

98 Vi
114Vi

bl.40 to 1.90%
b2.00 to 2.60%
b2.65 to 3.00%
bl.40 to 1.90%
b2.00 to 2.60%
b2.65 to 3.00%

._

__

__

__

—

__

_

__

bl.50 to 2.20%
b2.30 to 2.80%
b2.85 to 3.10%

—

__

__

__

__

Transit Authority—
Revenue series of 1947:
3%s 1964-65...
3-J
3%s 1966-72
3-J
3 Vis 1978
3-J
Revenue series of 1952—
4Vis July 1 1982
Waterworks System—
Ctfs of indebtedness
4 Vis 1964-1978
J-D

__

—

...

__

__

__

__

4s 1979-1984
3s 1971-1979
3 Vis 1973-1979
3 Vis 1982-1985

—.

__

—

J-D
M-S

M-S
M-S

Calumet Skyway Toll Bridge
3V4s revenue 1995
J-3
4%s revenue 1995
J-3

__

bl 50 to 2.35%
bl.50 to 2.60%
bl.50 to 2.50%

__

__

__

of Education—

Sewer & Superhighway—
lVis 1964-66
J-3
—

to
to
to
to

bl.60
bl.60
bl.60
bl.60

3.10%

2.75%
3.00%
3.00%

bl.60 to 2.60%
b2.65 to 2.90%

bl.60 to 2.90%
b2.00 to 3.00%

__

__

_

__

__

—

—

—

2.70

_

bl.60 to 2.90%

—

b2.00 to 2.60%
b2.70 to 3.25%
101
102
106

105

bl.60
b2.85
b2.60
b2.70
b3.00

to
to
to
to
to

71 Vi
86

3.00%
3.10%
2.90%
2.90%
3.10%
75
89

Vi'

__

Chlcago-O'Hare Int Airport—
4Vis

1.50

__

J-3
J-3
J-3

.

bl.50 to 2.60%
bl.50 to 2.30%
b2.40 to 2.75%

bl.85 to 3.45%

Chicago (City) —

—

99%

bl.85 to 3.20%

b3.05 to 3.30%

109

bl.50 to 2.20%
b2.25 to 2.50%

M-S
M-S

k Last

23/4s 1971-79_

3%s 1964-1981
M-N
Sch bldg 3s 1964-73
M-S
Sch bldg 2 Vis '64-74-M-N
Sch bldg 3%s '64-80-M-N
General Obligation
3 Vis 1964-1973
J-3
3 Vis 1974-1979
J-3
School Bldg of 1958—
3Vis Dec 1 1964-78..
School Bonds series D—
2%s Oct 15 1965-'81_A-0
Hsg Auth 2%s June 1977

101
101

bl.75 to 3.20%
bl.85 to 3.45%

bl.75 to 3.00%

rev

Board

99%

3.15%

Sewer rev 2 Vis 1964-70-M-N

108

98

2.70%
3.10%
3.20%

bl.60 to 2.70%

104%
107

to
to
to
to

M-N

107

99
99

1964-77
1964-89

ser

98%
106 Ya
96%
105%

96

b2.20
b2.75
b3.15
bl.85

Blooming ion—
—

M-S

HAWAII
(G O)—
Various

Recognition

A-O
A—

l%s 1964-72

'

89

98%

Richmond (County)—
Board of Ed 2%s '64-79.J-J
Savannah 2Vis 1964-67
3-D
2s 1964-1980
.—J-D

J-D
J-D

1980-1988

Service

'

93%
92%

97%
105%

1967

J-3
3-J

J-D

Various purposes ('63 issue)
"2 Vis 1964-1969
A-O
23/4s 1970-1979
A-O

—

Sewer

oblig 1964-75.M-S

M-N
M-N
M-N

ILLINOIS
Illinois State Toll Hwy Comm
Northern 111 Toll Hwy
3%s revenue 1995
J-3
4%s revenue 1998
J-3

■

105%

15 1976 opt '66
1 1977 opt '72
1978 opt '73
15 1978 opt '73

School 2s 1964-70
School 2%s 1971-80

107

84.

„

101%

State
102 y4

„

99

88

Muscogee County-

103

*

_

96

90%

'67
'58
'61
'66
'68
'69

Chatham Co 2s 1964-81
J-3
Coastal Highway District
Savannah River Crossing
3%s Bdge Rev 1982__M-N
Columbus (City) 2s '64-77.A-0
De Kalb Co 2s 1964-77
J-3
Fulton Co 1 (is 1964-76
J-3
3%S 1964-1987..
J-3
Macon (City of)—

95
109

106(4

1,1

■

Com:—

2%s 1964-75
J -J
3%s 1964-1986
J-D
Augusta (City)—
2%s 1964-78
3-D
Water Works Revenue
Anticipating ctfs 1952 ser
3s-2s-2-20s Aug 1 '64-72

100%

105%

j •'

104%
99%

107%

Wat Wks Rev (1954 ser)
2yas April 1 1964-74
Wat Wks Rev (1955 ser)

90(4

102

mmmm

90%
92%
85 %
94%

90

opt '57
'74

104

bl.90 to 2.90%
b3.00 to 3.35%
b3.40 to 3.55%

Hawaii County G O

99%
96%
92%
91%

Atlanta—
2Vis 1964-79

100

Montreal Metropolitan Corp—
5Vis Feb 1 1985 opt '70

—

100

97

2 (is 1965-68
2.70s 1969-70
2.80s 1971-74

100

Montreal Metropolitan
Commission 5s May 1 1966—

Montreal Transportation—
4 Vis Jan 1 1973 ont '60
5 Vis Mar 15 1977 opt '87

1971

Revenue Series 1953 A—
3.60s 1964-67
M-S
3.70s 1968-71
M-S
Revenue Series 1954 A—
4s 1964
M-S

—

94
92

90
99

5Vis Dec 15 1978
-4ViS Apr 15 1983.

__

__

91'/a
92 Vi

92

1963
3Vis May 1 1971
3Vis May 1 1975.
3Vis May 1 1981

"

ioi y4

89'/a
90(4

Manitoba—
3 Vis June 15 1971 opt '57—.
5y4s Nov 15 1984 opt '74_
Montreal (City of)—
3 Vis Oct 1 1963
3Vis May 1 1965
'
3s Oct 15 1967.
3Vis Oct 1 1970.
4Vis Jan 1 1976.
5y4s Mar 1 1977 opt '67
4Vis Nov 1 1978 opt *68
5s Nov 1 1978 opt '68
5Vis Nov 1 1979 opt '69
5Vis June 1 1980 opt '70

1

State Highway series 1961-A
4 (is 1964-1968
J-J
3.60s 1969-1975
J -J
3 Vis 1976-1984
J-J
3.90s 1985-1991
J -J
State Highway Auth (ser B-61)
4 (4s 1964-1972
J-J
3 (is 1973-1979
J-J
3.70s 1980-1983
J -J
3%s 1984-1990
J-J
State School Bldg Authority
Rev 2.60s 1964-70
A-O

103%
105(4
104%

100 >/4

Edmonton—
4s Apr 15

,

—

98
95 y4
92 ya

.

.

73%

93 y4
89 y4

,

GEORGIA

75
86 ya

94%
91%

97 Vi

1967

State Bridge Bldg Auth—
Revenue series A of 1953—
2.70s 1964-65
J -J
2.60s 1966-69
J-J
State Highway Authority

77%
96 V4
80%

59

,

(Metropolitan)—

86%
88 Vi
96 Vi

105y4

95

5s June 1 1969
5s Jan 15 1970
Greater Vancouver—
W D 4(4s Aug 1 1967
Greater Winnipeg—
W D 5s Feb 15 1970

91%
85%
96(4

„

92

103%
99 y4
98 Vi
100 Vi

1965

Vancouver—
4%s Aug 1

—

93
92

87 Vi'

1976

1967
1970—

93

91
92
91

1978 opt *75
1979
1983
3Vis Mar 15 1998 opt '98
3s Sept 15 perp opt *66_
Govt of Canada (Internal)
Victory Loans—

2%s Mar
2Vis Mar

86 Vi

94

93%

5s June 1 1979 opt '74
5 Vis Mar 1 1980 opt '75

87 Vi

86

1975
1976 opt '74

8th 3s Oct 1 1963 opt
9th 3s Sep 1 1966 opt
Alberta (Province)—
2Vis Mar 1 1965

1
1

4y8s Aug
4%s July
4s July 1
4%s Dec

Government

—'IT

am

,

99%

Toronto

quoted in U S funds

low are

-

93
92

3%s May 15 1970.
3yas Dec 1 1975
3Vis Dec 1 1983

CANADA
All Canadian issues shown be¬

(G O)—(continued)
Aviation rev 4.30s 1984..J-J
3s 1964-1971
__M-N
3%s 1972-1977
M-N
3.40s 1978-1981
M-N
Gen oblig ser B of 1962
2 Vis 1965-1972
M-N
2%s 1973-1980
M-N
2.90s 1981-1982
M-N
Hawaii Harbor rev
1964-77

■

98%

Toronto (City of)—
3 V48 Dec 1 1963
3y4s May 15 1966.

120
158
93
93

•

96

91
104 y4

Saskatchewan—
3y«s Feb 1 1966
3y«s Aug 15 1970
4s Apr 1 1973 opt '58
3y4s June 1 1974 opt '72
3%s Jan 2 1976 opt '66
4%s Jan 2 1984 opt '74

101

Rio de Janeiro—
External 6s 1933
A-O
Russian 6Vis June 18 1919
5 Vis external loan Dec 1921

95
93

92
91
89%
91 %
84 %

Quebec (Province) —
2Vis Apr 1 1971.
3y4s debs Dec 1 1972
5%s Oct 1 1979 opt
Quebec Hydro Electric
4%s Feb 1 1977 opt
3(is Dec 1 1978 opt
3 Vis Jan 1 1981 opt
4%s Dec 1 1981 opt
3%s Feb 1 1983 opt
5s July 15 1984 opt

listed NYSE

1947

100 Ya
99 Ya

98%

99%

4s June

1978

Lima (City) Peru—
Extl s f 6(6s 1958
M-S
Montevideo (City) 7s 1952-J-D
Extl s f 6s 1959 ser A—M-N

99%

4Vis May 15 1970—

95(4

94

State

—

(Province)—

4s June
4s June

98

96(4

106

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

Bonds—

(Province)—

f debs 1985_—_F-A

3y4s May 15 1971 opt '60
3y4s Sept 1 1972 opt '60
3»4s Feb 1 1975 opt '60
3%s Nov 1 1978 opt '60
3Ybb Mar 15 1980 opt '60
3Vis May 15 1981 opt '61
4s May 1 1983 opt '68
4%s Feb 1 1984 opt '69

—

33%

96(4

104

To
Net

or

Ask

3y4s May 1 1963
2.80s Mar 15 1964

54

48%

s

Ontario

__

54

53%
33 Vi

——

51%

53 Vi
48

4s 1969
n Development issue
4s due 1974-75-76-77-

6s

24%
37%

49 %

Independence issue
3%s May 1966—
Development Issue

Bank

Bid

Nova Scotia (Province)—
3Vis Mar 15 1964 opt '60
3%s July 15 1966 opt '60—
3%s Oct 1 1971 opt '60
3 Vis Jan 15 1972 opt '60
3 Vis Jan 2 1976 opt '66
5 Vis Apr 1 1980 opt '70

—

24

36%

3s
4s
3 (6s war loan 1952
Israel (State of) —

Dev

98%

quoted
per £20

opt 1859_
fund loan 1990 opt I960.
savings bds 1965 opt 1955
savings bds 1970 opt 1960
victory bonds of 191B___

Japan

Yield Basis
Bonds—
New Brunswick

4s "Consols"
3s fund loan 1969

4s

To
Net

are

dollars
principal amount flat
2 % s Annuities
2(68 "Consols"
;

3s

or

Ask

—

__

__

revenue

1999

J-3

Chicago Park District—
Refunding bonds of 1945—
lVis 1965 opt 1963-65-J-D
Judgment Funding—
lVis 1964-68

—

_

__

—

__

__

3-J

Imp 2Vis '68 opt '65-68.M-N
Chicago Regional Port Dist—
4s revenue 1995

J-J

115 Vi

116 Vi

bl.00 to 1.80%
bl.50 to 2.40%
bl.80 to 2.40%
100 '/a

102 Vi

Chicago Sanitary District—
1 Vis construction series 7—
Jan 1 1966 opt '64-65
2s construction series 8—
Jan 1 1966 opt '64-65
2Vis construction series 10—
Jan 1 1967 opt *64-68
2Vis construction series 11—
Jan 1 1966 opt '64-67
2Vis construction series 12—
Jan 1 1968 opt '64-69.J-*
2s ref 1966 opt '64-65_J-J
2Vis construction series 13—
Jan 1 1969 opt '64-68
2Vis construction series 14—
Jan 1 1969 opt '64-69
2Vis construction series 16—
Jan 1 1971 opt '64-69
2Vis construction series 18—
Jan 1 1971 opt '64-70
2Vis construction series 19—
Jan 1 1972 opt '64-71

b2.00 to 2.20%

bl.50 to 2.10%
bl.50 to 2.50%

bl.50 to 2.40%
bl.50 to 2.60%
bl.50 to 1.80%

bl.50 to 2.50%

bl.50 to 2.50%
bl.50 to 2.60%

bl.50 to 2.70%
bl.50 to 2.80%

Cook County—

Expressway series A
2Vis 1964-75
Expressway series C
2 Vis 1964-73
Expressway series D

Canadian

3 Vis

1964-68

dollar

value.

A-O

bl.50 to 2.80%

A-O

bl.50 to 2.60%

J-D

bl.50 to 2.30%

—

__

__

—

—

STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS

April, 1963

83

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29, 1963
Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

Bonds-

Chicago—Cook Cty continued
Expressway series E
4s
1964-77
J -D
Expressway series G
3y4S

1966-75

J-D

bl.50 to 2.85%

_

b2.00 to 2.75%

__

Expressway series H
3 Vis

1964-76

A-O

Expressway series I—
2%s 1964-1977

bl.50 to 2.80%

_

M-N

2Vis 1969 opt 1964-69
2yas ser B 1970 opt '64-70
2y4s ser C 1972 opt '64-70
3s ser D 1973 opt '64-72_
Decatur (water rev)—
2.10s Sept 1 1964-79
Evanston—
Water Rev 2y4s 1964-73.J-J
Water Rev 2Vis 1974-79J-J
3 Vis gen oblig 1964-79—J-J
Peoria School Dist No 150
1 Vis June 1 1964-67

bl.50 to 2.90%

_

bl.50
bl.50
bl.50
bl.50

to 2.50%
to 2.60%
to 2.60%

_
_

__

to 2.70%

_

b2.00 to 3.40%

„

bl.60 to 2.80%
b2.90 to 3.00%
bl.40 to 2.80%

__

—

—

bl.50 to 2.50%

1964-74—M-S

—

Bast Chicago—
2s sch dist 1964-69—
J-J
Fort Wayne—
Waterworks rev of 1951—
2 Vis 1964-76
J-J
Indiana University—
2 Vis 1964-69
_M-N

Indianapolis Gas Util Rev—
3y2S 1964-1967
J-D
2 Vis 1964-1969
J-D
l7/ss sewer imp 1964-81
J-J
1%S sch bldg 1964-70—A-O
South Bend Housing Auth—
3 Vis Aug 1 2000

93 Vi

94 Vi

—

bPar to 3.50%

_

b3.25 to 3.40%

__

bPar to 2.85%

Korean Service Compensation
2 Vis Dec 1 1964-1976
J-D
Council Bluffs—
l%s 1967-71
J-D
Des Moines—
Lib Mem 2s 1964-71
J-D
Scott County—

iy4S 1964-65
Waterloo (School Building)—
l%s 1964-69
M-N

100 y2

„

101 >/2

—

Lawrence (City of) —
Wat St Sew Sys Rev ser A—
2s 1964-72
d-O
2y4s 1973-83.
-A-O
Wichita (City of)—
Board of Education—
IVis Feb 1 1964-69.
Waterworks rev (series *57)
5s 1964-70
A-O
4y4l 1971-76
A-O
4.40S 1977-79
A-O
4 Vis 1980-87
A-O
_

bl.50 to 2.65%

__

bl.60 to 2.70%

__

bl.70 to 2.10%

__

bl.65 to 2.60%

89 Vi

90 y2

__

bl.75 to 2.80%
b2.85 to 3.00%

__

—

3.65

„

3.60s 3Vis 1973
3.60s 1974-1990

J-J

J-J

Veterans Bonus Bonds—
3 Vis 1964-1972
J-J
3 Vis 1973-1981
J-J
3.60s 1982-1985
J-J
3.70s 1986-1987
J-J
3Vis 1988-1990
—J-J

bl.65
b2.20
b2.40
b2.65

to
to
to
to

2.10%

2.30%
2.50%
3.40%

b2.50 to 2.60%

b2r8~5

bl.85 to 2.65%

b2.70
b3.25
b3.30
b3.40

to
to
to
to

__

__

3.35%
3.40%
3.50%

111

__

—

__

__

__

112

J-J

3y4S 1981-1996

—

Frankfort—
Elec Light St Pow
2 Vis 1966
2 Vis 1970
3S 1975-1984
a

Called




for

J-J

b2.70 to 2.90%
b2.90 to 3.30%
b3.25 to 3.40%

b27o~0 to 3.85%
bl.95 to 2.40%
b2.40 to 3.65%
b3.65 to 3.90%

—

__

__

—

__

__

4.25
__

__

__

Rev
J-J
J-J
J-J

redemption,

__

A-O

b2.60

2.50%
3.10%

b3.20
b3.45 to 3.70%
see

page

84.

Af-S
Af-S
Af-S

Refunding 3 Vis dated Aug

__

__

__

102 y4
b3.40

104

b2.50 to 3.50%
b3.50 to 3.75%
bl.70 to 2.40%
b2.50 to 3.50%
—

b2.50

__

__

__

3.55

Ascension St James Bridge
and Ferry Authority—
4.45% bdge rev 2001
M-N

b2.40

f Flat

1964-68

M-N
M-N
M-N
M-N

3%s series B 1965-71_M-N
3.30s series B 1972-77—M-N
Greater New Orleans Exp'wy—
4s Nov 1 1994
Mississippi River Bdge Auth—
3.60 Bridge rev 1994
M-N
Monroe 2y4s 1965-72
Af-N
New Orleans—
4Vis serial gold 1964-80
2 Vis 1964-69
Af-N
2 Vis 1970-89
Af-N
Union Passenger Term Rev

b2.50

2.30%

2.30%
2.60%

2.30%

b2.70

2.50%

bl.75 to 2.70%
b2.75 to 3.05%
b3.10 to 3.30%

_.

—

_

price

—

__

2.55
2.65
2.80

b2.80

__

bPar to 2.90%
bPar to 2.90%

F-A
F-A

b2.40 to 3.00%
bPar to 3.00%

J-J

b2.00 to 3.70%

Af-N
M-N
Af-S

b2.00 to 3.00%
b3.30 to 3.65%

M-N

bl.75 to 2.50%
b2.75 to 3.30%
bl.70 to 3.40%

2y4S 1964-66
1968-73
IVis 1969
Baltimore 3Vis 1964-69
3Vis water 1970-1981
iy2s 1964-72

M-N
M-N

bl.80
b2.90
b3.20
b3.70
b2.20
b3.00

to 2.80%
3.10%
3.60%
to 3.80%
to 2.90%
to 3.30%

1031/2

—

__

„

—

—

__

__

—

__

104 y2

103
104
b2.80 to 3.20%

J-J
J-J

b3.30 to 3.60%
—

—

__

__

3.60

—

_

__

__

3.60
3.8Q

bl.60 to 2.50%

'

.

bl.75 to 2.75%
b2.90 to 3.80%
b2.75 to 3.90%
bl.90 to 3.90%
b3.90 to 4.15%

bl.90 to 4.20%
bl.90 to 4.15%
—

—

b2.00 to 3.40%

b2.10 to 3.00%
b2.80 to 3.00%
bPar to 3.50%
bPar to 3.50%

„

__

_

_

__

__

_

__

3.10
—

__

_

__

__

County—
—

2.70s Oct 1 1964-87
2.40s Aug 1 1964-67
2y4s 1964-68

J-D

Mass Authority Turnpike Rev
(ser 1954) 3.30s May 1 '94
4Vis ser A Jan 1 2002
4-5s ser B Jan 1 2002
2 Vis 1962-2005
F-A
2 Vis 1964-1976
—F-A
3 Vis 1964-1978
A-O
Tunnel Revenue—
4Vis Apr 1 1999
Mass Port Authority—
4Vis rev ser A 1998

—

3.40

bPar to 4.00%
bPar to 4.00%
bPar to 4.00%

__

_

_

...

_

__

_

_

__

3y2s Feb 1 1964-2009
F-A
3 Vis 1964-2010
A-O
Various Bonds—
3.30s
A-O
1964-2009
3.10s capital outlay 64-77-A-O
3.10s various 1964-82
A-O
3s 1979-1998
__J-D
3s May 1 1964-2002
2.80s May 1 1964-1983
2.30s Highway 1964-75
M-N
2 Vis
1964-1978
T- D
1.90s 1964-67
1.70s
1964-70
IVis 1964-79
1.60s 1964-69

Af-S
Af-S
J-J

Reg IVis Jan 1 1964-1972
1.30s

1964-70

Guaranteed Housing
IVis 1964-69

l3is 1970-91
l%s 1964-91

M-S
T-J

—J-J
A-O

2s Oct 1 1964-91.
2 Vis 1964-92

A-O

__

2V2s

A-O

3.75

—

__

99 Vi
113
109
bl.50 to 3.50%
bl.60 to 2.70%
bl.60 to 2.80%

__

112 Vi

113 Vi

112 Vi

113 Vi

__

__

__

__

__

1964-92

Veterans'

bl.55 to 3.35%
bl.55 to 3.35%

bl.55
bl.55
bl.55
b2.85
bl.50

__

to 3.35%
to 2.75%
to 2.95%

bl.50
bl.55
bl.55
bl.55
bl.55
bl.55
bl.55
bl.60
bl.70

__

to 2.90%
to 2.75%
to 3.05%

to 3.45%
to 3.25%

to
to
to
to
to

2.15%
2.75%
3.55%
2.75%
3.40%
to 3.20%

b2.00 to 2.60%

Authority

—

__

98%

112
108

Highway Imp & Capital outlay

bl.55
b2.75
bl.55
bl.50
bl.55
bl.55

to
to
to
to
to
to

2.70%

3.75%
3.75%
3.65%

3.65%

3.60%

__

_

__

__

__

Services Fund—

Af-N
1964-66
Af-N
Highway Imp & Met Sew—
2.10s 1964-75
Af-N
2.40s

b3.00 to 3.80%

—

M-N

Af-N
M-S
Refunding of '45 series 8
lV2s 1964-73
M-S
Gen imp 2Vis 1964-72—M-N

IVis 1964-65

bl.80 to 2.90%

_

bl.75 to 3.70%

4 Vis 1964-68
3s 1964-68

Reg Is 1964-65
bl.80 to 3.30%
bl.80 to 2.80%
b3.00 to 3.60%

_

—

J-D
M-N

.

100

bl.70 to 2.70%

—

__

MASSACHUSETTS

106

99

109 Vi

Washington Sub San Dist—

b2.70 to 2.90%
b2.95 to Par

104

107Vi

J-D
Af-S

A-O

Allegany County—
1.90s 1964-74
Anne Arundel County—

Prince George's
IVis 1967

104V4

__

2.30%
2.40%
2.60%

b2.50

b2.60

bl.80 to 2.70%
b2.80 to 3.20%

_M-N

__

Af-N

F-A
F-A
M-N
Issues dated Jan 1 1950—
2s Jan 1 1964-81
2y4s Jan 1 1982-87
Issue dated June 1 1951—
2y2S 1964-1991
J-D
Pub Fac 2.30s 1964-81—(f-D
Hagerstown 1 Vis 1967
Hartford County (Public
Sch Const) 2s 1964-73—J-J

2.80%

J-J
J-J

Orleans Parish—
School bonds series B—
2 Vis 1964-73
Af-N

__

_

bl.90 to 3.00%
b2.00 to Par
bl.80 to 2.75%
bl.90 to 3.00%

J-V

iy2S 1964-65—
1.60s 1966-83
IVis 1965-76

2.50%

bl.85 to 3.10%

._

J-J

Baltimore County—
IVis 1964-65

2.25%

bl.70 to 3.00%

2.60s ser A 1969-73
2Vis ser A 1974-85
2.80s
ser
1986-94

2.00%
b2.60 to 2.75%

102 y4

Metropolitan District—

Atchafalaya Levee District—
5s Sept 1964-72
M-S
East Baton Rouge Parish—
Consol Sch Dist No 1:
2 Vis Feb 1 1966
Recreation & Park Com—
2 Vis 1964-68
-A-O
Greater Baton Rouge Port—

b2.20

Rev

Montgomery County—

Mature In 5 years.
2.20s matures In 6 yrs.
2.10s matures in 8
Board of Commissioners of
the Port of New Orleans
6s 1972-1976
J-J
3 Vis 1977-1995
J-J

104

MARYLAND

IVis 1976
IVis 1979
IVis 1964-77-

at

Af-S

102

_

2.40s

__

2.30%

b2.50

1974-92

lVis 1972

.

2.30%

b2.50
b2.80

Af-S
.Af-S

—

2.70

—

1964-1975
2%s 1966-1978
2 %S 1964-1973
IVis certificates of
indebtedness 1964-68
IVis 1964-66
State Roads Commission
Revenue series E—
2 Vis 1964-66

to 3.45%
to 3.70%
to 3.75%
to 3.85%

b3.00

Dated Jan 1 1947—
Due in 5 years

—

2.05

—

b3.50 to 3.75%

1972

Maine Turnpike Authority—
4s rev ref <& ext 1989
J-J
Portland (City of)—
IVis July 1 1964-69
1.60s 1964-1971
Af-N
Portland Water District—
2s 1970
2Vis 1978-

3s

3.25%

b2.70

Highway 3 Vis series S—
Dated July 1 '37 due In 5 yrs
Highway 2 Vis series HH—

__

bl.70 to 2.00%

Bldg Auth—

4 VaS 2002

3.00%
3.10%

b2.50 <

Matures in 5 years
Matures in 10 years

3s

School

Certificates of Indebtedness—
3 Vis 1964-1974
-J-J

1

1938 matures In 5 years
Institutional Improvement—
IVis ser B dated May 1 *46

3s 1964-67
2 Vis 1968-78
2 Vis 1979-87
2s 1998

A-O

Term 3s Oct 1 1994
Northeastern Expressway

1.80%
b2.75 to 3.55%

D)

Dated Jan 1 1937 matures
in 4 Vi years

A

1964-67-

2.60s 1967-68

1938 matures in 5 yrs—

ser

_

__

b2.50

b3.20
b3.55
b3.70
b3.75

3%s 1968-1982
2 Vis 1983
Chef Menteur Hammond
Si New Orleans Highway—

2Vis

__

Bridge St Tunnel Revenue

b3.10
b3.20

Louisiana Fiscal Authority—
4 Vis 1965-1982
J-J
4.30s 1983-1987
J-J

1964-1970
1971-1975

bl.50 to 2.00%
bl.90 to 2.10%

3.60

__

__

3.15%

114Vi

J-J

__

Caddo Parish—
Wide S D 2Vis 1964-76

113Vi

3s 1966-1980

_

_

Veterans refunding bonus—
2Vis dated Jan 15 1953—

to 3.45%

ioi y4

J-J

bl.90 to 3.15%
b3.45
3.35%
b3.35 to 3.65%

rev

-

3Vis 1976-1984.

__

ioovi

School Dist 3Vis 1964-65-J-J

M-S
M-S

4y4S 1972

4s

2.70
2.75

—

Turnpike Revenue—
3.40s (series 1954) 1994—J-J

Covington 2 Vis 1964-86

2y2s 1964-68
2Vis 1969-78
Electric Light St Power
Station No 2 series
3.90s Jan 1 1991
Paducah 4 Vis w w 1970
Electric—
4 Vis 1969

IVis series EE—
Dated July 1 1943—
Due in 5 yrs (opt at 100)
Public Bldg series C

to 2.85%
to 3.15%
to 3.35%
to 3.65%

103 Vi
97 ya

J-J
.J-J
-J-J

M-S

1990
-M-S
Ovensboro (City of) —
Elec Lt St Pow rev ('51 ser)

5s
bl.90
b2.90
b3.20
b3.40

101 y2
94 Vi

J-J

M-S

Highway

bl.75 to 2.90%

Bridge Revenue—
Project No. 18 3y4s 1983
Project No. 19 3 Vis 1984
Turnpike Toll Road—
4.85s July 1 2000
Highway Authority—
Eastern Ky Toll Road Rev—

2s 1964-73
IVis 1974

102)

bl.90 to 2.80%
b2.90 to 3.40%

J-J
A-O
Gen Oblig H'way <Ss Bdge—

3s 1964-1968
Gen Oblig 2Vis 1966-76

4Vis

Metropolitan Sewer Dist—
Sewer Revenue (series 1949)

Due in 10 years
Highway 2Vis ser 1-B—
Dated Nov 1 1949—
Due in 5 years (opt

bl.80 to 2.90%
bl.80 to 2.70%

Maine

b2.20 to 2.90%
b3.00 to 3.10%
b3.20 to 3.40%

—

-J-D

lVaS Aug 1 1967
Bangor Water 3Vis Mar 1 1998

bl.85 to 2.15%

M-N
2.40s 1971-74
M-N
2 Via 1978-84
M-N
Lcuisville St Jefferson County

Fiscal Authority (series
4>/2S 1964-1967

1964-69.

-J-J

1.90s

Highway 3Vis series Q—

b2.30 to 2.80%

Kentucky—

J-J
2.90s 1968-1969
J-J
3s 1964-1967
J-J
3s 1973-1986
J-J
G O Park St Hwy purposes
3.60s 1970-1971
J-J
3.60s 3Vis 1972
J-J

J-D
-J-J

M-N

—

KENTUCKY
O Highway
3s 1964-1967

4y4s raf 1965
4y4s Jan 1 1970IVis June 1 1976-87
Water Revenue
2.40s 1964-1965
2.40s 1966-70

b2.50 to 2.60%
b2.20
2.10%
b2.65
2.55%
b3.10 to 3.55%

3Vis ser C dated Jan 1

KANSAS

M-N
H-N
M-N

J-D

-

LOUISIANA

__

1

lVis 1964-67

—

bPar to 2.50%
bPar to 2.70%
bPar to 3.75%
bPar to 3.40%

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

Bonds-—

MAINE

4Vis sewer 1969

bPar to 3.30%

Turnpike Authority—
3%s Turnpike Au 1994—A-O
Kansas City Expway Rev

Voted Veterans Bonus—
3s 1974-19763%S 1977-1982
3.40s 1983-19891.10s 1990

b3.10
3.00%
b2.00 to 3.20%

—

Kansas

4.80s 2000

School Bldg rev 2%» 1970—
2 Vis 1964-1973

4s 1973-1978
3.90s 1979-1982
4s 1983-1985
3 Vis 1986-1988

IOWA

O

J-D

b2.00 to 3.40%
b3.50 to 3.70%

„

bPar to 2.70%

To
Net

5s Dec

-J-D

4s

bl.50 to 2.75%

or

Ask

Shreveport—

2Vis 1975-94

INDIANA
Indiana Toll Road Comm—
3Vis 1994
Indiana Sanitary District—
2%s Of Jan 1 1964-'87_
Ind State Office Bldg Comm
4.20s 1980-88
J-J

Commonwealth of

Henderson (City of)—
Elec Light St Pow Rev
2 Vis 1964-1976
3s 1977-1985
Jefferson County—

__

Springfield (City of) —

5s 1964-1970
4 Vis 1971-1973
4Vis Terminal 1997

Bid

Louisville—

Superhighway bonds—

Elec rev 2Vis

Yield Basis
Bonds-

bl.55 to 1.75%
bl.55 to 1.90%
bl.55 to 3.05%

__

__

84

STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29, 1963
Yield Basis

Bonds-

Bid

or

Ask

To
Net

Yield Basis
Bonds—

Metropolitan Dlst Wat Main —
1.70s

1964-1981
Af-N
Metropolitan Water Loan—
2s reg 1964-68
IVis 1964-66
IVis 1964-69—
1.70s
1964-77

bl.55'to 3.50ft
i

J-J
M-S.
J-J

A-O

Mackinac Bridge Authority—
vs Huge rev ser A 1994
J-J
5 Vis Jan 1 1994
Midland (Water Revenues; —

—

-

bl.65 to 2.60ft
bl.90 to 2.50%
bl.55 to 2.70%
bl.55 to 3.40%

—

Muskegon (Water Revenue) —
3Vis-l3/4s-2s 1964-80
J-J

Metropolitan Sewer Loan—
bl.90 to 2.90%

Ref 23/is 1964-65Ref 2Vi% to 1965

__

bl.55 to 3.35ft

__

Capital Outlay bonds—
3 Vis Oct 1 1964-1979—
•Meiropoutan Water uistnct—
3.60s Oct 1 1964-1989

bl.55 to 2.85%

opt 3V4% to maturity
hei 3s-33/4S 1970-73
optional 1960-61

__

bl.55 to 3.05ft

J-D

2Vis puo ways <a sewers
1964-73
A-O
13/4s May 1 1964-77
l'/as 1964-1976
J-D

-F-A

Metropolitan

__

bl.80 to 3.20%»
bl.80 to 3.50%
b2.00 to 3.60%
b2.10 to7?m<7c

—Af-S
F-A

1964-72

1964-1980

2 Vis 1964-1983
Aeronautics ctfs

-

bl.90 to 3.00%
bl.60 to 3.30%
bl.75 to 2.35%

J-J

J-J

bl.70 to 2.75 ft

J-J

bl 70 to 2.75%

J-D

bl.70 to 3.40%

Af-S
A-O

bl.70 to 2.70ft
bl.60 to 2.30 7o

1.90s Vets Hous 1964-68-M-S
1.80s water 1964-68
J-J

bl.60 to 2.70%
bl.60 to 2.10%

Lynn

2s

1964-69——
2%s 1964-69

Newton
Mttsfleld

2 Vis

1964-69.—J-J

J-J
M-N
Af-N

13/4s St & Sew 1964-79-J-D

Weymouth IVis 1964-70__Af-N
Worcester (City)—
IVis 1964-69

J-J

to
to
to
to
bl.80 to

2.90ft
3.35ft
3.50%
3.50%

2.90ft

bl.80 to 2.75ft

—

—

__

—

Limited Access Highway
Dedicated Tax series 1952
2s 1965-71
A-O
Grand Rapids Expressway—
Limited access
IVis 1965-69
A-O
2s 1970-75
A-O
2y«s 1976-78
A-O

b2.30
b2.85
b3.10
b3:20

to 2.80%
to 3.10%
to 3.15%
to 3.25%

bl.60 to 2.00%
b2.15 to 3.25ft

—

2.20

__

—

—

„

b2.15 to 2.90ft
b2.90 to 3.25ft
b3.25 to 3.30%

3Vis

1979-1982

F-A

Trunk Line H'way (series n>
5s 1964-1968
Af-S
4* 1969-1971
Af-S
4y«8 1972-1976—;.
Af-S
Trunk Line H'way (series VH)
5s 1964-1967
___M-N
3y»s 1968-1971
M-N
3 Vis 1972-1976
M-N
3*48 1977-1982
M-N
«3%s 1983-1986
M-N
Korean Veterans'—
2y4s 1964-1966
tf-D

IVis

1967-1970

J-D

Detroit—
Public 8ewer bonds—
2s Dec 15 1964-65.
2y«s Dec 15 1966-76
IVis Dec 15 1977-78
Pub Sew Pub Imp A Utll Ltg
5s 1964-1972
F-A
4s 1972
F-A
4 Vis 1973
F-A
4s 1973-1978
F-A
4 Vis 1979-1982
F-A
la 1983-1985
.F-A

Lansing (City of) —
Elec Plant IVis '64-74—Af-N
b Basis,




f Flat price,

n

bl.70
b2.25
b2.75
b3.10

to 2.10%
to 2.70ft

to 3.10ft
to 3.15%

—

__

—

__

—

—

bl.80 to 2.80%
„

—

—

b2.85 to 3.10%
b3.15 to 3.30%
—

bl.60 to 3.40%

Nominal

„

__

__

99 Vi

'

3.90
__

2.80

2.85
—

„

4.20
„

b2.75 less

1

b2.60 less

1

iButte) 3%s July 1 '73 opt 63
Yellowstone Co S D No 2—
Billings 2.30s Feb 1 1974—

99 Ya

—

b3.00 less

Central Neb Pub Power and
Irrigation Dist Elec Rev—
2VsS 1964-72
Af-S
2 Vis 1973-77
Af-S

Consol Eastern System and
Western System bonds—
2s 1964-69
J-J
IVis 1970-71
J-J
2 Vis Jan 1972
J-J

bl.60 to 2.60%

1st Issue of

__

__

__

bl.85 to 3.25%
bl.50 to 3.15%

1951—

IVis 1964-67
J-J
l%s 1968-81
J-J
First Issue of 1948—
2%s 1964-71
J-J
First Issue of 1949—
2 Vis 1964-71
J-J
Western System Revenue—
First Issue of 1947—
2Vis 1864-71
J-J
Western System Revenue—

__

—

2.20
bl.50 to 2.10%
b2.40 to 3.10%
bl.50 to 3.25% Y.__
bl.50 to 2.50%
b2.30 to 3.15ft
__

__

„

__

rec

Omaha

105%

b2.90
b3.00
b3.00

__

__

2.80%
2.80%
2.80%

b3.10

2.90%

b3.10
b3.15

2.90ft
3.00ft
2.90%
101 '/a
1001/2

b3.10
99 Va
98'/2
b3.10

bl.90 to 2.70%

b2.00 to 3.20%
b2.00 to 3.20%

J-tf

bl.90 to 3.75%

ref &

impr

ser C

bl.00

to 3.90%

(City of)—

Pub Pow Dlst

(Elec Rev)
Issued in 1949—
2s 1964-69
F-A
2 Vis 1970-79
F-A
Pub Pow Dist (Elec Rev)
Issued in 1950—
l%s 1964-72
F-A
2s 1973-80
F-A

bl.90 to 2.70%
b2.75 to 3.40%

_

NEW

103'/2

b2.00 to 2.90ft
b2.90 to 3.75%

Issue of 1950—

1%s 1964-80
Elec

—

104i/2
105

bpar to 2.90%
b3.00 to 3.05ft
b3.25 less 1

Loup River Pub Pow Dist—

bl.70 to 2.35%

103

b2.00 to 3.00%
b3.10 to 3.50%

'Consumer Pub Power Dist—

—

1.60s
1.70s

bpar to 3.00%
b3.00 to 3.70 ft

HAMPSHIRE

3 Vis Nov 1 1964-88
l%s 1964-1980
Highway—

1964-76
1964-68

M-N
A-O

Af-N

Af-S

Turnpike 2 Vis 1964-1983_AT-S
Concord (City oft—
4Vis U T D 1964-65
T-D

b2.00 to 3.20%
b2.00 to 3.40%

b2.00 to 3.25%
b2.00 to 3.00%
b2.00 to 3.40%

b2.00 to 2.60%

Manchester—

IVis Aug 1 1964-68——_.

2.90ft

b2.00 to 2.50%

NEW JERSEY

Highway Auth (Garden
State Parkway) —

MISSOURI
State of Missouri—

2y4s 1964-1971
2Vis 1972-1977
State Bldg bonds series
2 Vis 1964-1975
2Vis 1976-1979

Af-S
If-S

bl.85 to 2.50ft
b2.45 to 2.70ft

Af-N
Af-N

bl.70 to 2.55%
b2.65 to 2.75%

Lt Wks Rev)

J-J

1972__J-J

St Louis (City of)—
2Vis Feb 1 1964-1977—
Water Revenue 1963 Issue)
5s 1964-1973
3s 1974-1979

3.20s

Helena High School District—
2 Vas Jan 1 1973 opt 1963
Missoula County Sch Dist—

__

bl.50 to 2.75%

102%

Kansas City—
33/is various 1964-72
3s 1964-75
Af-S
2 Vis 1967
J-J
2*is 1970-73
J-J
2 Vis 1964-75
A-O
Airport rev 4'/4s 1964-79 J-J
Water Works Improvement
IVis 1964-67
Af-S

bl.60 to 2.10%
b2.50 to 2.90%

—

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

2%S 1964-1970
_F-A
2Vis 1964-1970
_F-A
2.40s Aug 1 1971.
J Vis Feb and Aug 1 1972
2.60s Feb and Aug 1 1978
2 60s Feb and Aug 1 1974
3s 1964-1969
F-A
3.10s 1969-1971
;_F-A
3s 1964-1966
F-A
2.90s 1967
F-A

4Ks

bl.70 to 2.30%
b2.50 to 2.75ft
b2.80 to 3.05ft
b3.10 to 3.15ft
b3.30 to 3.35ft

b2.20 to 3.30%

F-A
M-N
_F-A

R?ver Bridge Authority—
S.60s Nov 1 1994

1964-1972
1973-87 opt

1

99

3Vis 1964-89

MISSISSIPPI
General obllg School ser D
3'/4S 1965-1968
M-N
3 Vis 1969-1975
M-N

4%s

b2.75 less

__

bl.50 to 2.50%

bl.50 to 2.25%
b2.35 to 3.00%

Independence (Elec
bl.70 to 2.50ft
b2.60 to 2.75ft
b2.80 to 3.10ft

bl.80 to 2.10%

bl.60 to 3.00%

M'nneapolls-St Paul—
Metropolitan Airport Com—
2s 1964-68
Af-N
2 Vis 1970-78
Af-N
Olmsted County—
Independent S D No 8
1 & l'Aft 1964-67
J-J

.

—

b2.00 to 2.85ft

b2.10 to 3.05ft

—

Highway Bonds—
—

Highway Construction series X
3s 1965-1979
A-O
Trunk Line H'way (series I) —
4s 1964-19651
F-A
3s 1966-1970
F-A
ZV*s 1971-1978
F-A

—

—

bl.80 to 2.10%
—

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

2.00

—

__

bl.40 to 3.12ft

St Paul—
3 Vis Aug 1 1965-1992
3.20s 1964-1989
J.40s Wat Wks 1969

1
—

Sliver Bow County S D No 1—

bl.75 to 2.00%

—

—

MICHIGAN

bl.65 to 2.10%

bl.75 to 3.75%

—M-S

2.30s Imp 1970-78
2'/is 1964-1984
2.20s 1964-1969
2.20s 1970-1984

"

—

Af-N

3y8S 1964-2003

99

2.40s Sept 1 1969 opt 1959

—

102%

b2.00 less

2s and 2 Vis June 20

1964-68 opt '58

bl.50 to 1.85ft
bl.50 to 2.00ft
bl.50 to 2.75%
bl.50 to 2.90ft
bl.50 to 2.25ft
bl.50 to 2.70ft

2.30s Imp 1964-68

Veteran Bonds—
1 "as Mar 15 1965 opt 1952__
iy4s 1964-65
M-S
Detroit Expressway series HI
5s 1964-1965
Af-S
3 Vis
1966
Af-S
3s 1967-1972
Sf-S
3 V4s 1973-1978
Af-S
3%S 1970-1982
Af-S
3 Vis 1983-1984
Af-S
Limited Access Highways—
Revenue bonds series I
2 Vis 1964-65
A-O
2s 1966-76
A-O

__

bl.50 to 2.75%

Housing Authority—

bl.70 to 2.40%

bl.60
bl.60
bl.60
bl.60

1964-66—

2y2s 1964-67
2.30s various 1964-79
2.10s various 1964-79
2s ref 1964-69
1.90s 1964-74

Springfield—
3.10s 1964-1981
2s new dlsp 1964-88
1.60s 1964-81

2.60s

To
Net

Cascade School District No 1
(Great Fails)—

bl.85 to 2.10%

Minneapolis—
.

(City)—

Somervllle

M-S

J-J
State Building Certificates—
38 1964-1976
F-A

—

ot

Ask

NEBRASKA
F-A

Rural Credit Def Fund—
1.70s 1965-1967

—

—

Framingham (Town of)—

Lexington (Town of)—
l%s J1964-1978

__

bl.50 to 2.30%

State Building ctfs—
3.50% May 1 1964-1979

bl.75 to 3.60%

2.20s 1964-71
Gardner iClty ot»—
2.20s 1964-71—

bl.70 to 3.65%

War Veteran's Compensation—
2 Vis 1964
3s 1972
Montana (State of)—
1.60s Sep 1 1964-69 opt *59_

optional 1964

F-A
of lndebt—

3.40s July 1 1964-1970
Trunk Highway
2.90s
1964-1973—
2i/is 1964-1977

bl.75 t

Af-N
J-D
Af-N

.

bl.70 to 3.25%

.MINNESOTA

__

—

bl.75 to 3.10%
bl.75 to 3.50ft

IVis 1964-70
-Brookllne IVis 1964-79
Chlcopee 23/is 1964-68
Fall River (City ol)—
2s 1964-80

—

__

bl.90 to

—F-A
J-D

Brockton

__

__

District—

ll/4S 1964-69
IVis 1964-69
1%S

bl.80 to 2.50ft

Bia

MONTANA

99

M-S
Wavne (County of) —
4 Vis water 1964-65
Af-N
4s wtr 1966-68 opt '65-Af-N

3.50

—

1964-78

104 y2
110V2

99

Saginaw Water Revenu
lVis-l3/4S-2s 1964-76.

3s May 1 1992
2 Vis
1964-1968

103
109

—

Boston—

2s

.Af-S

Yield Basis

Bonds—

Net

Ask

Royal Oak (City of)—

l"4s 1964-68
US
IVis Met Dlst Wat 64-78 J-D

1V4s

1964-751M-S

1 Vis-2s-2 Vis-3s

__

To

or

Biu

1980-1992

b2.05 to 3.05%
b3.15 to 3.75%

__

__

__

__

21/4S 1973-82
Waterworks Rev

(1957 ser)

4V2S 1991-1997

M-N

A-O

bl.50 to 3.00%
—

bl.50 to
b2.05 to
b2.40 to
b2.80 to
b2.90 to

2.15%
2.35%
2.80%
2.95%
3.00%

3.05
__

__

__

__

__

State Higher Education—
b2.00 to 2.65%
b2.00 to 2.65%
—

_

b2.50 to 2.65%
b2.00 to 2.75%
b2.50 to 3.55%

b2.00 to 2.95%

__

__

2.20
__

__

4s 1964-1967
3 Vis 1968-1970
3Vis 1971-1973
3.40s 1974-1975
Revenue
3 Vis series C 1988
4Vis ser D ft R 1988

bl.50 to 1.90%
b2.00 to 2.25%
b2.40 to 2.50%

J-J

J-J
J-J

961/2
106Vi

Rev 3.20 ('51 Issue) '86__J-J
Revenue 3 Vis Jan 1 1985
3Vis 2nd series 1988
J-J
3e 2nd series B 1988
J-J
2.80s 2nd series B 1988
J-J

99
100 Vi
102 Vi
94

bl.65 to 2.50%
b2.55 to 2.80%
b2.85 to 3.20%

b3.20 to 3.60%

__

„

__

Institutional Construction—
3 Vis series A July 1964-66
4Vis series B July 1964-67
4s series C April 1964-69
2 Vis

—

_

2.60

98
108

93

1001/2
1021/a
1031/a

__

__

__

97

96

Highway Extension—
4 Vis ser B of '30 July '64-67
3 Vis ser C of *30 Nov '64-69

b2.50 to 2.80%

__

Turnpike Authority—

b2.00 to 2.85%

b2.10 to 2.40%

__

__

__

Springfield—
Public Utll Rev series A—
2s 2Vis & 2Vis '64-69 M-N
Public Utll Rev 1955 ser—
2s 1966-72
A-O

State-Guar Parkway ser A—
3s
1964-85
J-J
2 Vis 1986-88
J-J
State Guar Parkway ser B
3s 1964-68
if-J
2 Vis 1969-71
J-J
2 Vis 1972-77
J-J
2 Vis 1978-83
J-J
2 Vis 1984-88
J-J

3.75

ser D May 1964-70
1.20s Nov 1 1964-65

bl.50 to 1.90ft

__

bl.60 to 2.10ft
bl.50 to 1.85ft
__

bl.50 to 2.20ft
bl.50 to 2.30%
bl.75 to 2.15ft

__

1.50
__

__

__

85

STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS

April, 1963

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29, 1963

Yield Basis

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

Bonds—

Bonds—

2 Vis series F July 1964-83
Recreation, Conservation etc—
4.15s 1965-1968
M-S
3s 1969-1983
MS
3.20s 1986-1991
MS
2s 1992
..MS

bl.50 to 3.10%

bl.80 to 2.10%
b2.20 to 2.90%
b3.00 to 3.10%
__

__

__

__

3.50

__

J-D

b2.20 to 2.40%

Bayonne—
4Vis school 1964-67
F-A
Sewage Dlsp Sys fser B)
M-N

Bergen County—

Authority
1964-65

1964-1968_

J-D
J-D
J-D

Af-N

2.25
2.50

.J-J

4s 1964-68

Camden (Housing Author)5s%s June 1989
Clifton 3s 1964-75F-A
2Vis 1964-78
M-N

East Orange—
4Vis 1964-1969
3s school 1964-74
Elizabeth—
2%s 1964-1978
6s 1964-72

97
93

bl.75 to 2.70%

J-D

1964-1970

J-D
A-O

:

MS

__

__

b2.15 to 2.35%
b2.40 to 2.65%
b2.75 to 3.00%

2.80
2.90

__

__

3.00

__

ioO

101
100

99'/2
bl.80 to 3.35%

bl.60 to 2.55%

__

Paterson—
4Vis 1964-1968

A-O
F-A

bl.85 to 2.70%
b2.50 to 3.25%

Perth Amboy—
5s Feb 1964-77
F-A
Plainfield IVis 1964-70
F-A
Ridgewood 4Vis 1964-68—M-N

b2.40 to: 3.257#
bl.60 to'2.40%

1.20s

1964-1969

bl.85 to 3.50%

__

__

__

__

__

_I

South Jersey Port District—
Marine Terminal—
4Vis 1964-1973
—A-O
South Orange—
4Vis 1964-70
-J-D
4Vis 1964-1967
i
T-D
Tenafly 1.20s 1964-74
F-A
Trenton—
3s gen imp 1964-67
M-N
3s 1964-70
A-O
23is gen fd & ref '64-68 F-A
2%s ref 1964-66—
A-O
2 Vis Em House 1964-71-M-N
17/8s 1964-74
J-D

bl.85 to 3.20%
bl.60 to 2.55%
bl.60 to 2.35%
b2.40 to 3.407#

bl.60
bl.60
bl.60
bl.60

__

—

Lnion County—
2.80s June 1 1964-1965—

bl.80 to 3.65%

bl.65 to 2.00%
b2.15 to 3.25%
b3 25 to3.60%
bl.65
b2.40
b2.90
b3.25
bl.60

to
to
to
to
to

__

_

..

3.25%
3.40%

to 2.50%
to 2.40%
to 2.25%
bl.60 to 2.55%
bl.60 to 3.30%

2.40s Sch Dist 1964-67—J-D
Weehawken 3 Vis 1964-70—J-J

1996
.J-J

J-J

3 Vis 1973-1977
3.30s 1978-1979
3.40s

bl.60 to 3.25%
bl.60 to 2.90%

A-O
M-N

bl.60 to 3.60%
bl.60 to 3.75%

Glen Ridge—
4Vis Mun Bldg 1964-70-F-A
l3As SCh dist 1964-85
M-S
Gloucester Citv—
5Vis water 1964-66
M-S

A-O

J-J
J-J

1980-1985

A-O

Thruway Author (3rd issue)
2%s 1985-89
J-J
2.45s 1990
J-J
2.60s 1991-92
J-J
2 Vis 1993-95
—J-J

Hackensack 3s 1964-66—_M-S
Hamilton (Township » —
3'/2s sewer 1964-1978
J-D
Hudson Cou?itv—
4Vis 1964-78—
2.65s 1964-70

Af-N
M-N

2.40%

bl.65 to 2.25%

A-O
I— (f-D
J-D
M-N

b2.00
b2.00
b2.00
b2.00
bl.75

M-N

2.00
2.10

__

2 V4S Mar 1 1966

—

b99% to 2.65%

BuUding Institution—
l%s July 1 1964-65-

I_

bl.80 to 2.20%

Albuquerque—
2Vis 1964-70

-J-D

b2.00 to 3.10%

Sewer Authority 1st ser—
3 Vis 1966-1992
J-J

__

__

__

—

__

—

—

2s 1964-71

4'/2s

water 1964-70
1964-70
Linden 2.45s 1964-85
1.60s 1964-69

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

State Canal Improvement—
4Vis Jan 1 1964
J-J
4 Vis Jan 1 1965
J-J
4s
Jan 1 1966
—J-J
4s
Jan 1 1967
J-J

bl.65 less
bl.80 less
bl.90 less
b2.10 less

Barge Canal 5s 1971

b2.40 less

Vis March 1 1965
4s
Sept 1 1965

__

Newark 6s 1964-72
4 Vis 1964-83
4s 1964-1970
3.10s April 1 1964-77
2%s Jan 15 1964-76
2.40s 1964-1974
2 Vis 1964-1968
2.20s 1964-1967
1.60s Aug 15 1964-70
Housing Authoritv—
3 Vis 1964-1997

J- J

b2.00 to 2.85%
bl.75 to 2.90%

Af-N

bl.75 to 2.75%

Af-S
F-A
tf-D

A-O
J-J

M-N

J-J
J-D

A-O

to
to
to
to

2
3
3
3

March 1 1967

Af-S

J-J

1993-1995

Af-S
M-S

Vis

Aug 1

A-O
F-A

1965—

I'is Dec 4 1980—
J-D
llis Dec 3 1981
—J-D
1 Vis Dec 1 1996/88—
!%s June 15 1990
2'is Dec 1 1985
2 Vis Dec 1 1990/88
2'2s Dec 1 3970.
2Vis Jan 35 1978
2'is Jan 15 ! 985
2'is Jan 15 1991
3s Julv 1 1979
3s Julv l 1983

:
—

__

__

Power Author 3.20s 1995
General Revenue series
4.20s Jan 1 2006
General revenue series
4s
1965-1969
3y«s 1970-1974
4s
1975-1979
General revenue series
4yas Jan 1 2006
4%s Jan 1 2006
General revenue series
3Vis Jan 1 2006-

1.90s

bl.90 less
bl.90 less
b2.i0 less

Va
Va

Vi

111

110
113

105

106

—

J-D
M-N
J-D
J-D
M-S
—M-S
M-N

1964-69
1964-70

1964
1964-73
1964-73
1964-79

75%
10%
25%

1976

b2.40
b2.50
b2.65
b2.75
b2.85
b3.30

less
less

%
3i
%

less
to 2.80%
to 2.90%
to 3.40%

1977-1978
1979-1980
1981-1984

bl.50 to 3.30%

...A-O

Va
less
Vi
less
Vi
to 2.75%
to 2.85%
b2.90 to 3.05%>
b2.65
b2.65
b2.70
b2.80

Thruway Authority—

bl.75 to 2.75%

2%s 1970-79

bl.75 to 2.60%
c

J-J

g

—

3.10

—

3.10

__

3.10
3.15

b3.00 to 3.10%
__

—

__

—»•

_

Va

b3.05 less
—

b3.50 less
—

b3.50 less

—

3.15
3.15

__

—„

%

2.90
—

3.4n
—

-—2.05
Va

—

b3.60
b3.65

3.65%
3.55%

b3.30

3.15%

b3.45

3.30%

b2.40
b2.85
b3.25
b3.30
b2.85

2.20%
2.70%
3.10%

—

3.50
—
—

—

—
—
__

—

3.20%

—

2.70%

—

2.85%
2.80%
1.90%

—

1.75%

—

1.50%
1.60%
1.75%

—

—

bl.70 to 2.80%

__

b3.00
b2.95
bl.65
bl.75
bl.95

—

—

—

to
to
to
to
bl.70 to
bl.70 to

bl.70
bl.70
bl.70
bl.70

2.50%
2.60%

1.90%
3.10%
3.10%
3.70%

bl.60 to 2.60%

94 Vi

112%

b2.10 to 2.60%

b3.00 to 3.50%
84
85 Vi

Less Va.

bl.65 to 2.40%

bl.65 to 2.90%
bl.65 to 3.40%
bl.65 to 3.00%

bl.65 to 2.20%
b2.20 to 2.30%
bl.55 to :

bl.80 to 2.60%

__

J-D

bl.75 to 2.30%

—

bl.75 to 2.70%

—

F-A

bl.75 to 3.75%

__

Union Free School District
No 16 2.20s 1964-72—J-J

bl.75 to 3.507#

—

—

Hempstead—

Mamaroneck 3.90s 1964-68-J-J
Mineola (V) 4.40s 1964-68_J-J
Mount Vernon—

f Flat price.

bl.70 to 2.60%
bl.75 to 2.757#

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

County—
4.20s 1964-86
3.90s 1964-1989
3.60s 1964-1990
3y2s 1964-87
3.40s 1964-85
3.10s 1964-1991
2 Vis revenue 1975

bl.70 to 3.00%

bl.70 to 3.35%
bl.70 to 3.40%
bl.70 to 3.40%
bl.70 ot 3.35%
bl.70 to 3.30%
bl.70 to 3.40%

Nassau

2»/2S 1964-82
2.10s
imp
2s 1964-80

1.60s

2 70s Julv 1 1994—

b Basis,

93 Vi

111%

J-J

%

sewer 1964-66
A-O
Greenburgh Un Sch Dis No 9

4'As school 1964-72
b2.40 less

A-O
A-O
A-O

3.05

__

Freeport—

2.80s 1964-84

Oct 1 1971
Oct 1 1975

3.30

—

_

—

—

Hempstead 2.30s 1964-67—J-J
Central High Sch Dist No 1

Thruway Authority (2nd issue)
2'is
2'is
2.60s
2.70s
2Vis
23is

A-O
M-N

—

2.20s
—

95

2.70s June 1 1980-81
2 Vis June 1 1982-84

—

__

•

1.70s 1964-1981
J-D
Various purposes
2.70s 1964-1976
J-J
Sewer Authority—
2.10s ser I 1964-67
M-N
l%s ser J 1965-66
M-S
Erie County—
23As gen imp 1964-83—F-A

98

Thruway Authority—

Thr"wav Authoritv—
3.10s July 1 1994
4.15s July l 1996

Less 1.

4'is
4 Vis
3 Vis
2 Vis
2'As
1.70s

4 Vis 1964-1967
2.90s 1964-1975

J—

State Guaranteed—
2>is June 1 1971—
2'is .Time 1 1973
2'is June 1 1975
2 60s June 1 1977-78

__

__

Y

-

1964-68

4.40s 1964-1965

N

—

Buffalo—
105

109
112

Southern State Pkwy Rev—
Jones Beach State Pkwv
Auth 2Vis Nov 1 1988

25%
bl.75 to 2 75%
bl.75 to 2 75%
bl.75 to 3. 20%

a

—

Albany (City of)—
—

b2.20 to 2.50%
b2.60 to 2.90%
b3.20 to 3.30%

Gen Revenue series B—
2Vis 1964-69
J-J

option date,

b2.70 to 2.95%

110

„

Hew Brunswick—

4Vis sch & wat '64-69_jf-D
4 Vis 1964-67
J-D

—

Albany County—

%
Vi

97

_.

__

b2.05
bl.90

Binghamton 4'/2s 1964-71-A-O

General housing loan *61 A
4s 2004
M-N

bl.75 to 3 00%
bl.75 to 3 .30%
bl.75
bl.75
bl.75
bl.75

Vi

Housing Finance Agency

bl.75 to 2.75%
bl.75 to 2.85%
bl.75 to 3.60%
bl.80 to 3.15%

Af-N

M-S
M-S

4s

3.25%

bl.75 to 2.60%

v8

__

3.10%
3.00%
3.75%.
3.75%.

J-D

J-J

4

Maplewood (Township)—
4s 1964-1967
Mlddlese'Borough»
3%s 1964-67
I
Montclair 2>/2s 19S4-70
Morristown
4s 1964-69

'—

Va

Highway Improvement—

Kearny—
5 Vis

—

3.50
3.35
3.40

„

J-J
J-J

1991
1992-95

1
1

1 1967
4'is Jan 1 1PR5
4'is Sent 1 1963
4'is Jan 1 1964
5s March 1 1965

YORK

Grade Crossing Elimination—
1.50s 1969-71 opt 1968—J-D

b3.25 to 3.90%.

Water 2.60s 1964-76
Water Series D—

NEW

__

b3.25 to 3.30%

—

4s March

bl.75 to 3.25%

Hospital 2 60s 1964-76—M-N

to
to
to
to
to

b3.10 to 3.15%
b3.30 to 3.35%

b3.10 less

3s March 25 1987
l%s April 19791.60s June 18 1984

__

Jersey City—
5s 1964-69
4 Vis
1964-1967—
4s 1964-1987

b2.85 to 3.05%

b3.10 to 3.30%.
b3.40 less
%

Various purposes—
3 Vis March 15 1981

bl.90 to 2.85%

Severance Tax—
2s July 1 1964-65

bl.60 to 3.00%

bl.60 to 3.10%
bl.60 to 2.50%

—

2.65
2.75

__

Thruway Author (4th.Issue)
2%s Jan l 1985-91
2 70s Jan 1 1992-93
2%s Jan 1 1994-95

3 45s

bl.70 to 2.40%

2 30s Mar 1 1965

I

bl.60 to 2.45%
bl.60 to 3.65%
bl.80 to

103
104
b2.40 to 2.65%

-J-J
..J-J

3s 1971
3.10s 1972

Thruway Auth (7th Issue) —
3 Vis 1985-1990
J-J
3.40s 1991-1992
J-J

bl.70 to 2.50%'
bl.70 to 2.40%
bl.70 to 2.70%

Highway Debentures—

b3 40 to

bl.60 to 2.40%
bl.60 to 2.85%

b2.75 to 3.05%
b3.10 to 3.35%

series

Revenue

3.60s July 1
6s 1967-1970

1

bl.65 to 2.50',

3.25%
bl.65 to 2.90%
bl.65 to 3.25";

—

2:50

__

Thruway Authority—

315s Jan
3.10s Jan

bl.60 to 2.10%

2.25%

bl.60 t« 2.50%
bl.60 to 2.40%

b2.10 to 2.40%

Thruway Author (6th issue)
3s Jan 1 1985
J-J
3.05s Jan 1 1986
J-J
3.15s Jan 1 1987
J-J
3.20s Jan 1 1988-90
J-J

to 2.35%

-

J-J

1964-68

Westfield—
4 Vis 1964-66
West New York—
4V2s Oct 1 1964-68

2.40%
2.90%

b2.50 to 2.80%

..J-J
—J-J
-J-J
—J-J

__

bl.80 to 2.60%

J-J

1964-90

price to

series
1966-1968
5 Vis 1969
3%s 1970-1973
3.90s 1974-1979

__

J-J

C

Revenue

6s

__

3'is March 15 1981

Essex County—
1.70s 1964-87




J-D

96
92

__

bl.80 to 2.80%

J-D

Camden County—
4Vis 1964-70

tBid

J-D

NEW MEXICO
1964-69

4s 1964-70
Ref 3 40s 1967-70

1.40s

Gen

2 Vis 1964
2 Vis 1967
Passaic—
4Vis water 1964-70
Passaic County—

4Vis
J-D

3Vis 1969-1974
J-D
3Vis 1975-1989
J-D
3 60s 1990-1997
J-D
Bloomfield 4Vis 1964-1968-J-D
Camden—
4V2s water

Thruway Authority—

Union Township School Dist

23AS 1966-76
2.70s 1977-89
8ewer System series F
6s

__

__

A-O

3Vis 1964-93

—

bl.50 to 2.15%

Atlantic City—
Ref bonds of 1944
3 Vis 1964-67
3s Dec 1 '67 opt '48 to '54
4Vis gen imp 1964-79
A-O

2Vis

__

__

3*4s 1975-1979
/-D
3 Vis 1980-1984 'opt *75—J-D

Sewer

__

J-D

A-O
A-O
A-O

Bonds—

Gen

bl.50 to 2.507#

Yield Basis or T«
Bid
Ask
Net

To
Net

Refunding of 1945—

__

4Vis
Btate Institution Constr—
1.90s 1964-68
M-N
State Teachers' College—
1%S 1964-65
F- A
1%S 1966-68 opt 1965
F-A

Wat Dev Series B—
3Vis 1968-1971
3s 1972-1977
3.10s 1978-1984
3 Vis 1985-1988

or

Ask

North Bergen—

Highway Improvement—

Water Development—
4s
1964-1968
3s 1969-1974

Bid

1964-79

1964-89

New Rochelle—
4 Vis 1964-65

1.80s 1964-68

A-O
M-S

M-S

94
bl.70
bl.70
bl.70
bl.75

M-N
M-S

bl.70 to 2.25%
bl.70 to 2.807#

M-S
.

A-O

F-A
M-S

to
to
to
to

3.70%
3.75%
3.90%
4.00%

—

—

—

86

STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL. SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH
29. 1963
Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

Bond*—
New York City (varlous)4M»s Dec 1 1979
4Vis Dec 15 1971
4 VaS July 1 1967.
4Via June 1 1965—
4y4s March 1 1981.
4y4s Nov 15 1978.
4y4s Jan 1 1977.
4y4s Feb 15 19764y4s June 1 1974.
4y4s April 15 1972
4y4s April 1 1966
4y4s March 1 1964
4s Oct 1 1980

116

113

112%
112 Vi
lllVi

114%
114

111%
110 Vi
105%
101%

112

110

3y4s July 1' 1975

113%
113%
111%
106 %
102%

110%

4s May 1 1977
3 Vis Jan 15 1976
—

New York City Housing Auth—
2s March 1 1990-2000
2y4s March 1 1990-2000
2 Vis May 1 1985-1995
2y4s June 1 1991-1999
3s June 1 1980-1990
4s Jan 1 1995-1997

Yonkers—
4s July 1 1964-79
3.90s June 1 1964-77

A-O
A-O

bl.50
bl.50
bl.50
bl.50

100 Vi
101 Vi

Issues dated Oct 1 1950—
l%s April 1 1965-70

3%s
3 Vis

b3.90 to 3.75%
b3.80 to 3.65%
b3.75 to 3.60%
b3.65 to 3.50%
b3.50 to 3.40%
b3.60 to 3.45%

1965
1966-1979

M-N
M-N

A-O
A-O

M-S
J-J

Onondaga County—
3s highway Feb 1 64-76.F-A

IVis Jan 1 1965-69
lVis Jan 1 1970
Secondary road of Jan 1 '51
IVis 1964-81
J-ig
l%s 1964-66
1-J
2s 1967-70
J-J

*

bl.50 to 2.80%

110

103 Vi
100

101%
96%
95%
97 Vi
93 Vi

102%
97 %

l%s

f

t

96 Vi
71 Vi
67 Vi

97%

imp 2-1-64-89-F-A
May 1 *64-69_M-N
1 *64-76_J-D

—

__

—

bl.50 to 3.40%
bl.50 to 3.35%
bl.50 to 2.40%
bl.50 to 3.45%
:'.ri

■

:3-':

1

bl.60
bl.60
bl.60
b2.65

M-N
A-O
A-O
1953—

M-N
M-N

F-A

1964-78
1979-83

_

F-A
F-A

bl.60 to 2.80%.

bl.75 to 2.60%
b2.70 to 2.90%

bl.60
b2.40
bl.60
bl.65

J-D

1964-1965

J-D
_J-D

__

M-N

2.20%
2.50%
2.80%
3.25%

bl.50 to 3.35%

bl.60 to 3.40%
bl.60 to 3.00%

Raleigh 4%s 1964-67

2.05

A-O

3.10s sew Jun 1 1964-76-J-D
Tonawanda City S D—
3 Vis Jun 1 1964-86
J-D

bl.50 to 3.40%
bl.50 to 3.00%

bl.50 to 3.40%

—M-N
M-S

Cuyahoga County—
I%s Co Bldg 1964-68

A-O
Imp 1964-73
A-O
County Offices Bldg ser B
Rd

2s

1964-1969
A-O
Dayton 2 y4s Nov 1 1964-73—
l3As S D bldgs '64-72—M-N
Franklin County Is '64-68_M-S

City l"/2s 1964-71
M-S
County Is 1964-69
M-S
1st mtge W'at Wks Revenue

__

__

—

__

__

__

1964-70

A-O

~

'

•

•

■

bl.60 to 2.10%
bl.60 to 2.40%

A-O

Water and sewer bonds—
2Vis 1964-70
J-J
2%s 1971-80
J-J

106%
110%

109 Vi

3.70s May 1
3 Vis Mar 1

1964-82
M-N
1964-79
M-S
4s water Mar 1 1964-77-M-S
2.90s serially to 1977
A-O
Watertown—
2.70s Apr 1 1964-76
A-O
1.60s sch Jan 1 1964-79_J-J
Watertown City S D—

Water

bl.70 to 2.50%
b2.90 to 3.45%

Works

3.20s sch Nov 1 '64-87
a

L*ss




I.,

b Basis,

M-N

d Less

iy4.

n

Nominal.

__

__

__

__

__

bl.70 to 2.60%
bl.70 to 2.50%
bl.70 to 3.40%
bl.70 to 2.90%
bl.70 to 3.10%
bl.70 to 3.30%

bl.70 to 2.10%
bl.70 to 2.30%

bl.70 to 3.20%
b2.50 to 3.25%

bl.50 to 3.50%

__

bl.50 to 3.30%
bl.60 to 3.40%
bl.50 to 3.35%

__

—

bl.60 to 3.50%
bl.60 to 3.75%
bl.50 to 3.20%

__

__

—

__

bl.75 to 3.20%
bl.75 to 3.40%

bl.75 to 3.20%
bl.60 to 3.40%
bl.60 to 3.40%
b2.00 to 3.30%

t>

Wilson (Town of)—
2 Vis 1964-65
2 Vis 1964-78

bl.70 to 3.50%

A-O
A-O

bl.70 to 2.00%
bl.70 to 3.25%

Winston-Salem—
4Vis 1964-73
M-N
2s refunding 1964-68
J-J
l%s refunding 196S-73_A-0

Portsmouth (City of)—1st Mtge Water Revenue—
2 Vis 1964-65
A-O
23As 1966-68
A-O
Steubenville 2y2s 1964-79-M-N

b2.00 to 2.15%
b2.25 to 2.70%
bl.90 to 3.60%

1964-73
S D—

Extension—

J-J
J-J
J-J

Korean Conflict Compensation
3s May 15 1964-72

bl.75 to 2.80%

b2.00 to 3.75%
b2.00 to 3.85%
__

2Vis 1982
Zanesville City (School Dist)
2s building 1964-1969.
M-S

__

bl.75 to 3.20%

State of Oklahoma—
4s 1964-1978
3.20s 1968

bl.70 to 2.65%

2.80s 1969-1972

J-tf

3s 1973-1978
3.20s 1979-1982

b2.35 to 2.45%

J-J
J-J
J

b2.60 to 3.00%
b3.05 to 3.30%
b3.35 to .345%

3.30s

bl.60 to 2.50%
bl.60 to 2.20%
b2.10 to 3.05%

J-J
J-J

Okla

1983-1986

__

Turnpike Authority—

33As 1990
Yield 2.50%

F-A

100

—-

to call (8-1-63)

108%

109%

b2.45 to 3.40%

Turnpike Revenue—
Northeastern Turnpike—
3.60s 1970-1982
33As 1983-1993

bl.50 to 2.00%
b2.05 to 2.30%
b2.35 to 2.45%

J-D

J-D
J-D

J-D

Oklahoma City—
1st May 1 1964-71.

bl.50 to 2.35%

bl.00 to 3.00%
b3.05 to 3.35%

b3.45 to 3.80%
b3.65 to Par

bl.50 to 2.50%

Issues dated May 1 1953
2 Vis 1964-68

99%

_.

Serial L—
3 Vis 1964-1969
3.40s
Series C

1970-1972
3s

M-S

M-N

bl.50 to 2.30%
b2.35 to 3.25%

J-J

bl.50 to 2.20%

1.10s 1964-1965
J-J
Waterworks and Sewer—
2 "As 1964-1973
J-tf

b2.25 to 2.40%

102 "A
Tulsa—
Is 1964-1966
.

____M-S
1965-1972__M-S

M-N

2%s 1969-78

Turnpike Revenue No 1—
3 Vis June 1 1992

__

3.00

__

__

3.90

Youngstown New Housing
Authority—

3 "As 1964-1965
3y2s 1966-1969

J-D

bl,75 to 3.30%

revenue—

Warren (City of)—
2Vis 1964-82 w w Rev
2%S 1964-90 w w Rev
23As 1991

;

J-D
J-D

bl.65 to 3.45%
bl.75 to 3.40%

3.50
__

OKLAHOMA

Major Thorofare Construction

bl.50 to 3.40%

__

b2.00 to 3.40%

2s

(City)

Extension—

3%s-2s-l%s 1964-80—A-O

Construction—
3 Vis
1964-1966
3s 1967-1971
2.85s 1972-1974

bl.50 to 3.20%
bl.50 to 3.10%
bl.50 to 3.00%
bl.50 to 3.05%

bl.50 to 3.00%
bl.00 to 3.60%

bl.50 to 2.95%
bl.50 to 3.10%

2 "As imp 1964-72
J-D
Marion (City of)—
Is and l"As 1964-71—J-D

Lima

General Obligations-

Troy—

s

__

bl.75 to 3.30%

Wilmington—

OHIO

103 %

105%

__

bl.50 to 3.00%

M-S

__

1.90%
2.15%
2.35%

103

3 Vis Jan 1 1985
3*48 Jan 1 1985-=r
4s Jan 1 1985

to 3.25%
to 3.45%
bl.50 to 2.90%
bl.50 to 3.00%

__

bl.80 to 3.40%
bl.75 to 3.30%

Munic Auth Water System
Ser B 3.30s 1971-2000-J-J

b2.10
b2.30
b2.45

to 2.00%
to 3.15%

A-O
J-D

__

__

2 "As 1964-71
D l3As 1964-70

43As July 1 2001
Triborough Bridge & Tunnel
Authority Revenue—
2 V'b s July 1 1965
2 Vis July 1 1967
2 Vis July 1 1969

b2.10
bl.50
bl.50
bl.50

.

2s

23As opt '56 due '64-69—J-D
2Vis opt 1956 due 1970-J-D

b2.05 to 3.25%

__

Tonawanda (Town)— "

3y4s Apr 1 1964-86

__

—M-S
—M-S

Columbus—
2 Vis 1964-1980
—J-J
2s 1964-1974
A-O
■l%s 1964-72
M-N
Unlimited tax bonds—
3%s 1964-1997
A-O
Limited tax bonds—
3y2s 1964-2001
A-O
Waterworks 2s 1964-87-M-S
Various purposes
3y2s Jan 1 1964-1986

Toledo—
Waterworks

bl.65 to 2.10%

Rocky Mount—

to
to
to
to

_

__

-D

__tf-D

Waterworks Extension1st mtge revenue
2s 1964-1965
F-A
2y4s 1966-72
Aug 1
Waterworks Extension1st mtge rev ser
2s 1964-1972
F-A
2 Vis
1973-1976
F-A

__

bl.70 to 2.35%
b2.50 to 2.90%

.

b2.10
b2.30
b2.60
b2.90

__

1st mtge

-

Syracuse Housing Authority—

3%s May 1 1964-78

2.30%
2.65%
2.20%
2.50%

'

3s

Tonawanda (City)—
4s Imp Apr 1 1964-88—M-S

to
to
to
to

J-D

1967-71

2s 1966-75

bl.50 to 3.10%

Ref 1st issue series A—
2.10s Aug 15 1965

Cleveland—
5 Vis 1964-1970
4s w w 1964-1968
23/4s 1964-1983
2 Vis 1964-1973
l%s 1964-72
iy2s 1964-1971

Library
:_J-D

bl.50 to 2.85%

2s Aug 15 1966-67
2.10s Aug 15 1968-70;
2s Aug 15_1971-73
2.10s Aug 15 1974-79
Syracuse New Hsg Auth—
3Vis Dec 1 1964-2000
J-D

to 3.20%

Macklenburg County—

bl.50 to 3.35%

M-S

__

S

5s water ser 1964-68

l%s

Syracuse—
2.20s hway 3-1-64-72

__

bl.55 to 3.00%
b3.10 to 3.30%

High Point (refunding)—
3%s 1964-69'
M-N
3 Vis 1970-75
M-N

2s

■

Schenectady County—
3s hosp bldg Jul 1 '64-89 J-J

to 2.80%
to 2.05%
to 2.70%

bl.95 to 3.10%
b2.75 to 3.30%

Kinston (El Lt & Street Imp)
2 Vis 1964—68
J-D

Schenectady City S D—
2%s Feb 1 1964-83

101

bl.60 to 2.40%
bl.60 to 3.00%

Elisabeth City (pub imp)—
3%s 1964-67
A-O
3s 1968-70
A-O

73

68%
63

101

99%

M-N
M-N
—F-A

Durham (County of)—
1%s 1964-1969

87

61 Vi

__

>

93%

85

_

2%s
2 Vis

90
90

92

Limited tax improvement
2 Vis 1964-78
M-S
Unlimited tax bonds—
3 Vis 1964-1984
J-D
3 Vis 1964-1989
MD

__

bl.80 to 3.30%

Hamilton—

98%
.95%

88 %

99%

l%s April 1 1964-66

sewer Jun

__

(City of) —
Municipal Improvement—

98

*;88%

3.60s wtr May 1 '64-91-M-N

__

__

.

2s school 1964-72
M-S
2s 1964-90
M-S
l%s water wks 1964-70-M-S
l%s school 1964-73
M-S

Durham

Schenectady—
3.60s gen
3s sewer

4 Vis 1964-70
4Vis 1964-79

1964-77
2%s 1964-66
2 Vis 1964-72
2%s 1973-80
Issues dated Nov
2yss 1965-75
2%s 1976-85

105%
104%
103%
103
103 Vi

102%
99%

bl.50 to 3.25%
bl.50 to 1.95%
b2.00 to 2.35%

Charlotte—
__

111%

104%
103%
102%
102
102 Vi

23Us April 1 1985
23As Sept 1 1984
Air Terminal—
2 Vis Oct 1 1979
Air & Marine Terminal—
2.20s Dec 1 1980
General & Refunding—2s Aug 15 1974
iy4s April 1 1985
l'.-S Anril 1 1985
iy4s March 1 1986

2Vis Sept 1 1964-76

__

2.75

__

2%s-4s gen ref July 1 1976_

3s

3s Nov 1 1982
2.90s Dec 1 1983

__

1.80

—

Buncombe County—

.

3.40s Sept 1 1986
3%s Dec 1 1993
3%s May 1 1988
3y4s Sept 1 1993
3s May 1 1986

Akron (City of)—
3s var purpose '64-83—M-N
Cincinnati—
5s July 1 1965
J-J

__

bl.80 to 2.50% —

Asheville—
2%s-4s gen ref July 1 1976_

bl.50 to 3.00%

Nov 1 1991
3.40s Oct 1 1993
3.40s Feb 1 1987

3.10%
3.00%
3.25%
2.95%

b2.30 to 2.40%

-

bl.50 to 3.30%
bl.50 to 3.30%
bl.50 to 3.45%

3 Vis

to
to
to
to

—

Secondary Road—

bl.50 to 2.95%
bl.50 to 2.30%
bl.50 to 3.05%
bl.50 to 3.55%

Port of New York Authority
Consolidated—
4 '/4s Oct 1 1989
3%s Oct 1 1987
3%s Feb 1 1989

2.95%

bl.90 to 2.65%

Road bonds dated July 1 1949
l%s Jan 1 1968-69—

Niagara Falls City S D—
3.10s Apr 1 1964-78
2.90s Apr 1 1964-87
2.30s Mar 1 1964-83
1.90s Jan 1 1964-78

3.25%
2.90%

bl.95 to 2.65%

Capital Improvement—

.

1 1964-78
A-O
3.20s pub imp 4-1-64-67-J-D
2%s June 1 1964-79
J-D
1.80s wat Nov 1 64-80—M-N

2.90%

NORTH CAROLINA

Niagara Falls—
3.10s Apr

to
to
to
to

bl.50 to 3.35%
bl.50 to 3.15%

2%s May 1 1964-78—_A-0
3%s Aug 1 1964-76
A-O

103
100
100

99
99 Vi
100'/a

1969

bl.50
bl.50
bl.50
bl.50

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

Bonds-

lllVi
105 %

104%
101 Vi
99%

3s June 1- 1980
3s Feb 1 1979
3s Jan 1 1977

15

109
105 Vi
115

104%

__

2y4s July

113%

108

Westchester County—
3.20s Oct 1 1964-81.
_A-0
2.30s Sept 1 1964-83
_M-S
4s June 1 1964-80
J-D
4Vis June 1 1964-81____J-D
2.10s Oct 1 1964-81
A-O
2.70s July 1 1964-81
J-J

118

112'/a

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

Bonds—

bl.50 to 2.35%
b2.35 to 2.45%
bl.90 to 2.40%

_

General obligations—

b2.00 to 2.50%

__

2.30
__

__

__

__

STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS

April, 1963

87

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29, 1963

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

Bonds—

OREGON
i.-0
Highway lVss 1964-71
Highway series 1953 "B"
2 Vis 1964-1966
M-S
State Highway (series 1962-A)
2.40s 1964-1968
J-J

2.60s
2.70s
2.80s
2.90s

1969
1970
1971
1972—.

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

1978 opt '71

F-A

2Vis April 1 1967
2yas Sept 1 1972-73
2.80s

Veterans' Compensation—
IVis Oct 1 1964-1966
IVis Oct 1 1967-1972
2s 1964-65 opt '63
2Vis 1966 opt 1963

A-O
A-O

Sewer Disposal—
1»/2S 1964-65 opt '55_M-N
IVis 1965-66 opt '55-M-N
Salem (City of) —

iy2s 1964-70

Chester Municipal Authority—
Water rev 2s 1964-1969—J-J
2y2s Dec 1 1986-1988
Term 2s 1988
-J-D
Del Riv Jt Comm Bridge

Philadelphia-Camden—
Ref bdge Is June 1 1966—
2.30s bdge rev sec A '84 M-N

„

2.40

__

2.50
2.55
2.60

—

„

_

2.35s bdge rev B '84

2y8s

__

2.00

99%

__

99%

l%s

—

b2.50 to 2.70%
b2.75 to 2.85%

—

2s

bl.50 to 1.90%
b2.05 to 2.10%

J-J
J-J
J-J
^__J-J
J-J
J-J
J-J

Korean Conflict Veterans'—
Series O serial bonds
3 y4s 1965-1971
3%s 1972-1975 opt '73State Highway & Bridge Auth
Series of 1952—
2.30s 1965-1966
J-D
2.40s 1967-1970
J-D
2.50s 1971-1974
J-D
Series of 1954—
IVis 1964-1965
J-D
1.90s 1966-1967
J-D
2s 1968-1970
J-D
2.10s 1971-1973
J-D
2 Vis
1974-1977
J-D

—

1964-19724Vis 1973
2%s
1974-1975
2.90s 1976-1978—
3s
1979-1980
3.10s 1981-1982
3.20s 1983-1986
3.30s 1987-1994

M-N
M-N
M-N
M-N
M-N
_M-N
M-N
M-N
M-N
M-N

Is 1995
1.10% 1996-2001

Turnpike

to
to
to
to
to

2.90s western ext

J-D

1986

Delaware River Extension—
2V4s June 1 1970
3s June 1 1982—

1967-1978
1964-1984
May 1 1964-1970
1964-1972
1964-1980

1964-1965
IVis 1964-1974-

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

Sewer Revenue series C—
2.70s June 1 1965-67—J-D
3s June 1 1968-71
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 l7/8s 1964-76
J-D
S D Is 1964-1974
F-A

Allentown

b2.55 to




for

J-J

b2.70 to
b3.00 to
b3.20 to
b3.30 to

Issues dated April 1 1953—
1964-1969
3 Vis 1970-1973
3s 1974-1987

J-J
J-J

average maturity,

b3.25 to 3.45%
b3.55 to 3.80%
__

_

—

3.85

bl.00 to 3.00%
bl.80 to 3.50%
bl.00 to 3.60%

_

_

_

b2.00 to 4.05%
__

__

4.50
__

b2.00 to 2.50%
__

b3.15 to 3.60%
__

b2.10 to 4.00%
b2.15 to 2.80%
b2.75 to 4.25%
b4.20 to 4.30%

bl.85 to 2.90%
b3.10 to 4.10%

_

3.60
__

3.35

2Vis impt 1964-73
2%s 1964-77
2s 1964-74
iy4s 1964-1970

Water
2%s

State Institution—
IVis 1964-70
2s 1971-74
State School
2.35s 1964-75
2.30s
1964-74
2.20s 1964-68
3.10s 1964-78

b2.35 to 2.50%

b3.00 to 3.05%
b2.95 to 3.05%
b99y2
99
b3.15 to 3.20%
b3.25 to 3.30%
b3.30 to 3.40%

__

—

__

__

__

__

101Vi

102

97
ioi

97 y4
ioi y2

iooy2

ioovi

97 y4

97%

b2.30 to 3.40%
bl.60 to 3.50%
bl.60 to 2.75%
bl.75 to 3.40%
bl.75 to 3.80%
bl.75 to 2.40%
bl.75 to 3.70%

b2.30
b2.60
b2.90
b3.10
102
bl.75
bl.75

to 2.50%
to 2.90%

to 3.00%
to 3.30%
105
to 3.70%
to 3.80%

bl.75 to 2.90%
b3.00 to 3.70%

b Basis,

n

__

bl.95 to 2.75%
b3.05 to 4.00%
__

__

__

b2.30 to 2.95%
b3.00 to 3.85%

b2.25 to 2.75%
b2.80 to 3.10%.
b3.15 to 3.80%

3.25

b2.15
b2.55

2.45%

2.05%

b2.55
b2.35
b2.15

M-N

b2.55

2.45%

Charleston—
3 Vis wat wks 1964-78
A-O
Greenville 3Vis 1964-76
Af-N
Water rev 2Vis 1964-71-A-O

b2.80
b2.80
b2.55

2.70%
2.65%

J-J

b2.05

1.85%

M-N
M-N

b2.45
b2.65

2.25%
2.45%

J-D

b2.35
b2.65
b2.45

1.75%

F-A
Af-N

lVis~i964-68_A-0

4y2s water 1964-65
York (County of)— 2 Vis 1964-68
2.60s

1969-71—

i.

1964-68

.J-J
J-J
J-J
J-J

1977-85

b2.05
b2.05
b2.05
b2.20

to
to
to
to

__

__

4.35
4.50
__

__

1964-65

J-D

4Vis July 1 1964-67
H'way & Educ Institutional
4s 1964-69
Af-N

3.30s

2.60s

1970
1971-72

2.70s

__

T-D

Series AA—
IVis 1964-66
IVis 1967-69
Ser B 2Vis 1964-69
3s 1968-78

b2.50 to 3.00%
b3.40
3.20%
bl.90 to 2.75%
b2.70 to 3.25%

__

_

__

J-D
Af-N

4Vis

General obligation 4Vis
General obligation 5s
Water 4Vis
:
Electric revenue ser A 1949
2 Vis 1964-65
F-A
2 Vis 1966-68
F-A
1969

F-A

__

__

__

RHODE ISLAND

Highway 2s 1964-72

M-N

Cranston IVis 1964-83____A-0
2y2s series G 1964-74___F-A
4s 1964-66
<J-J
4y2s Mar 15 1964-78
M-S
___

Newport—
2 Vis waterwks 1964-71__Af-S

Providence—
4s Oct 1 1964
3.20s 1964-1984
2.30s 1964-1977

A-O

Af-S
J-J

2s

1964-77
J-J
l%s 1964-1971
__J-D
New Housing Authority—
2yes 1986

b2.00

1.90%

b2.95

2.85%

b2.60
2.50%
bl.90 to 2.35%

bl.80 to 3.10%
b2.00 to 3.85%

bl.80 to 3.30%
bl.80 to 2.25%
bl.80 to 3.25%
bl.90 to 3.15%

b2.00
bl.70
bl.70
bl.70
bl.95

Woonsocket—
4 Vis 1964-1967

NominaL

__

__

__

__

__

__

__

__

__

__

TV A Lease Rental rev—
3 Vis
1965
J-J
3s 1966-1969
J-J
2 Vis 1971-1973
J-J
2-2 Vis 1974-1978
J-J

1979-1982
J-J
3s 1983-1985
__J- J
Elec Dist System rev—
Series of 1963—
4s 1964-1966
J-J
2 Vis 1967-1971
J-J
2 Vis 1972-1974
J-J
2.90s 1975-1977
J-J
3s 1978-1981
_J-J
Electric Plant—
1.40s 1964-1969
J-D
4.40s 1992
Board of Education—
Is 1964-75—
—J-J
General liability IVis
and IVis 1964-77
F-A
IVis various 1964-74
Af-N
2s various 1975-81
M-N

3.40%

T-T>

bl.90 to 2.60%

b3.70

3.50%
3.60%

3.70%
3.60%

bl.90 to 2.25%
b2.25 to 2.50%
b3.00
2.75%

__

bl.85 to
b2.25 to
b2.60 to
b2.85 to

2.15%
2.80%
2.95%

bl.65 to 2.00%
b2.15 to 2.55%
b2.65 to 2.80%
b2.85 to 2.95%

bpar to 3.10%
bl.40 to 3.40%

110%

112%

bl.40 to 3.90%

b2.00 to 3.75%
b2.00 to 3.75%
b4.00 to 3.90%

bl.40 to 2.70%
bl.40 to 3.75%
bl.75 to 3.75%
bl.75 to 3.90%

b3.75 to 3.60%
bl.40 to 3.50%

A-O
A-O

__

—

__

par

J-J

Street improvement—
1.10s 1964-69
Robertson County—
2 Vis 1964-66
2 Vis 1967-70

1.75

par

bl.40 to 3.10%
b3.25
3.10%

2y4s 1974-81
3.50

bl.80 to 3.50%

b3.70
b3.80
b3.90

1964-67
J-J
2Vis school 1964-88
A-O
IVis 1964-74
J-D
Is 1964-74
J-D
Elec Power Rev ser C—
IVis 1964-66
J-J
2s 1967-73
J-J

3.25%
3.35%
3.45%

A-O

bl.80 to 2.60%

Nashville—
4 Vis

1.90%
to
to
to
to

Warwick

(City)—
3y4s 1964-91

__

bl.60 to 3.20%

bl.80 to 3.10%
bl.80 to 3.25%

b2.00 to 3.50%

Memphis—
„

2.90s

4s charit inst 1965
M-S
4s June 1 1977
J-D
4Vis bridge 1970
F-A
IVis Dec 1 1964-66
State of Rhode Island
and Providence Plantation
3y4s 1964-85
Af-S
2y4S 1964-74
A-O
2s 1964-75
J-D

bl.80 to 3.00%
bl.80 to 3.25%
b2.00 to 3.10%

County (Rural School)

2s

bl.90 to 3.20%

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

City ref 3Vis 1964-70

Electric Revenue ser A
IVis 1964-1965
2Y2s 1964-68

F-A

bl.75 to 3.00%
b3.30 to 3.10%

Davidson County—
2Vis rural sch 1964-74
J-J
1.80s rural sch 1964-75-A-O

Knox

b2.00 to 3.00%
b3.10 to 3.75%
bl.00 to 3.60%

106 Vi

Electric Power Revenue—

94

3.50%
3.70%
3.90%

106

104Vi

J-D

103 Vi

104

Power bonds 1962 ser B
4 Vis Feb 1 1987

102 Vi

Chattanooga-

bl.90 to 3.

3.20%

2.50%
2.60%
2.70%

U;

Tennessee Valley Authority—
4.40s Nov 15 1985
M-N
Power bonds 1961 ser A

Johnson

to
to
to
to

b2.60
b2.70
b2.90

Af-S
Af-S

Blount County—
2 Vis
1964-72
2 Vis
1973-76

bl.90 to 2 30%
bl.90 to 2, 50%
bl.90 to 2. 70%
bl.90 to 2 90%
bl.90 to 2 50%
bl.70 to 3. 00%

b2.40
b3.20
b3.50
b3.75

bl.40 to 2.70%

Af-S

2Y2s 1969

b2.00 to 2.60%
2.80%
b3.00
b2.75 to 2.90%
3.00%
b3.15

Af-S

1976-79

.

b2.10
2.00%
bl.70 to 2.40%

Af-N
Af-N
Af-N

1970-71

4Vis July 1 1986
__

3.35%
3.75%
3.65%
3.65%

J-J
J-D

IVis 1969-79
2s 1964-1975
York School District—
iy4s imp 1964-70

__

2.45%

TENNESSEE
2.00s

Highway'^.4s 1964-68

__

__

2.05%

2.25%
2.50%
2.25%
2.45%
2.20%
2.05%

A-O

3 Vis 1972-75

series A—

Williamsport Munic Water
Authority (Water rev ser A)
l5/ss 1964-68
J-J

4.10
4.25

__

revenues

2.80s

2.90

A-O

Knoxville—
General obligation

2.70s 1968-72
2 Vis 1973-76

b2.00 to 2.25%

__

bl.95
b2.15

__

Westmoreland County
(Mun Auth of)—

b2.45 to 2.65%

__

__M-S
J-J
A-O
F-A

1964-65
F-A
1.20s
1964-66
F-A
2s 1964-68
A-O
1.80s 1964-69
A-O
l%s ref '58 ser A '64-67-F-A
3%s 1964-1981
J-J
Gen Public Improvement—
1.80s of '51 A '64-71-J-J
Pub Parking Authority
Project A Rev ser A—
3y2S 1981
A-O

bl.80 to 2.40%
b2.50 to 2.65%

b2.00 to 2.90%

J-J
J-J
J-J

Is

b2.50 to 2.75%
b2.85 to 2.95%
b3.00 to 3.15%

2.55%

of Indeb't—

M-N
State H'way 1.70s 1964-67-J-D
State H"way & Port purposes
2.10s ser G 1964-1968—J-D
2.55s ser B 1964-1978—J-D

__

Pittsburgh-

b2.00 to 2.10%
b2.10 to 2.45%

2.55%
3.05%
3.35%

b2.75
b3.15
b3.45
b2.65

__

Philadelphia School District—

2.65%
2.90%
3.15 %
3.25%
3.35%

Authority—

Water rev 2s 1964-69
2VsS 1970-1977
tBid

l%s 1964-1965

3s

b2.05 to 2.10%
b2.25 to 2.50%

1964-71
1972-77
1978-93
U) 2Vis 1964-82

Spartanburg—

Term bds 2%s 78 opt 68 Af-N
Issues dated June 1 1950—
3s Jan 1 1964-1969
2 Vis Jan 1 1970-1986
2s Jan 1 1987-1994
iy2s Jan 1 1995-2000
Issues dated Oct 16 1951—
2s 1964-1967
J-J
2y4S 1968-1977
J-J
.

bl.75 to 2.35%
b2.50 to 2.80%
b2.95 to 3.05%
b3.15 to 3.25%
b3.35 to 3.40%

Allegheny Co—
2y2s
2%s
2y4s
l7/8s
l%s
l%s

1986-1992

.

J-D
J-D

July 1
July 1
July 1
(series

State H'way Ctfs
iy4S 1964-65

b2.30 to 4.00%
b4.15 to 4.30%

—

2.65%
2.85%
3.00%
3.30%
3.45%

revenue—

3y4s term 1988
3.10s (1954) ser 1993

2y2s
2Vis
2.70s
School

3.10s
__

State Pub School Bldg Auth—
6s

1

Jan

J-J
T-J

IVis 1966-1983
7-J
l%s 1984-1996
J-J
Serial bonds (1948 issue)—
3s 1964-1970
J-J
2%s 1971-1998
J-J

„

104%

104%

bl.75
b2.75
b2.90
b3.20
b3.35

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

J-D

1964-81

IVis 1964-1965
J-J
3y4s July 1 1986 opt 1956_
3y4s ref 1975 to 1985
3Vis Jan 1 1975 opt 1962_
Ref (dated Feb 16 1951)—
iy2s 1964-76
J-J
Serial bonds—

bl.60 to 1.95%
b2.35 to 2.55%

J-J
J-J
J-J
J-J

90
97
97

Refunding bonds—

b2.35 to 2.50%
b2.65 to 3.05%
b3.30 to 3.40%

_J-J

f-N
A-O

2%s 1964-1990 •
IVis 1991-1999
2 Vis Jan 1 1965-1985

bl.60 to 2.45%
b2.45 to 3.05%
bl.75 to 1.95%
b2.00 to opt

J-J
J-J
J-J

1964-1968
3.40s 1969-1970
3 Vis
1971-1973
3.60s 1974-1979
3Vis 1980-1986
12th Series—
3s 1964-1966
3.20s 1967-1971
3.40s 1972-1974
3 Vis
1975-1979
3.60s 1980-1987
16th Series—
2y4s 1965-1966
2y2s 1967-1969
2Vis 1970-1972
3s 1973-1977
3 Vis 1978-1981
3.40s 1982-1983
3VjS 1984-1989

_

3.90

Public Service Authority—

Philadelphia (City of)—

__

Eighth Series—

3y4s

_

•f

(City of)—
l%s imp 1964-71 —
2y2s 1964-1982
Lehigh (County of)—

PENNSYLVANIA

3.40s 1965-66
3 Vis
1967-74
3.70s 1975-83
11th Series—

__

Erie

b2.80 to opt
b2.85 to opt

.

Af-S
1.45s series N 1966-67
F-A
Delaware River Port Auth—
3y2s 1st ser rev 1983J-D
The General State Authority
of the Commonwealth of Pa

1977-1984

2s 1985-86

bl.75 to 3.20%

iy2s series M 1964-65

A-O
A-O
A-O

Field Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

Bonds—
SOUTH CAROLINA

bl.70 to 2.90%
b3.60 to 3.70%

Easton (City of) Authority—
Sew rev 1951 series—

2.75

—

M-N

2s 1973-1976

b2.00 to 2.75%
b2.75 to opt

blOO to
blOO to

1977-1978

—

bl.60 to 2.30%

_

Veterans' Welfare series XV—
3s 1970-1974
J-D
3.20s 1975-1978J-D

„

bl.60 to 2.10%

J-J
J-J
J-J
____J-J

Veterans' Welfare—
3y«s Oct 1 1972-1975
3 Vis 1976 opt '71
3y2s Oct 1 1975
3.40s 1977 opt "71
3.40s

bl.60 to 3.15%

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

Bonds-

b2.00 to 2.60%
b2.70 to 3.20%

—
_

—

—

—

—

—

—
—
—

88

STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS
QUOTATIONS FOB ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29, 1963
Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

Bonds—

TEXAS
Texas Turnpike Authority—
Dallas-Fort Worth Revenue
2.70s (1955 ser) 1980—tf-J
2 lis (1955 ser) 1995—J-J

Yield Basis
Bonds—

1 Vis 1964-65

94
93

96
95

bl.70 to 1.90%
b2.00 to 2.75%

_

—
..

b2.85 to 3.75%
J-D
J-D

3%s

—

b2.00 to 3.70%

3y8s Aug 15 1964-79
Various 2.80s 1964-82
Burlington—

1988-1991—

—

J-J
-J-J

J-J

Toll
3s

bl.80 to 2.60%
bl.80 to 2.65%
bl.80 to 2.75%

-M-S

bl.90 to 3.10%

Colo Riv Mun Wat Dist—
Water Revenue Bonds—

J-J

Dec

1

1991—

1964-84
M-S
Charlottesville—
Street Imp & Wat Syst—
1.40s 1964-72
M-N

tf-D

bl.70 to 2.95%

—

llOVi

5 Vis ser B July 1 2000—
5His ser C July 1 2000-:
Danville (City of)—

4Vis

bl.70 to 2.30%

J-J

bl.70
bl.75
bl.75
bl.90

>- A

___,

F-A

l3oAp,riL,1.i964"68
?!/ 1964-67
lHis

to 2.30%
to 2.50%
to 2.60%

Fairfax

to 2.40%

2s

School Dist—
Series A of 1949—
1 Vis 1964-66
J-D
1Vis 1967-69 —_———J-D

1969-74

—J-D
J-D

Fort Worth—
3His Nov 1 1964-67
3s
1964-73
2 Vis 1964-72
2Vis
1964-71

M-N

1964-65

to
to
to
to

F-A

bl.80 to 2.20%

„

Richmond—
4'is July 1 1964
1 Vis

bl.80 to 3.20%
bl.80 to 3.40%
bl.75 to 3.30%

F-A

b2.40 to 3.40%

3s 1972-82

bl.80 to 2.25%

.

—AT-N

bl.80 to 2.80%

Bonds—

M-N
J-J

—

1964-73—

——J-D

IVis 1964-68—.

bl.65 to 2.30%
.

—J-J

4 Vis 1964-68
F-A
2 His 1964-66
—M-S
2s Nov 1 1964-66
Elec & Gas—
Rev ref lHis 1964-71—F-A
Electric & Gas Rev Imp
(1962 series)
5s 1964-70
F-A
2 His 1971-74
F-A
3s 1975-79
F-A
3.10s 1980-81
F-A
3 Vis 1982-84
F-A

Waco 4 Vis 1964-68
Wichita Falls—
2His Dec 1 1964-74

•BMs for average




J-J

—

bl.80 to 2.00%
bl.80 to 2.10%
bl.70 to 3.00%

Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax
Revenue (series B) —

bl.70 to 3.10%
bl.70 to 3.50%
bl.65 to 2.30%

bl.60
bl.60
bl.60
bl.60

to
to
to
to
bl.60 to

3.10%
2.15%

2.10%
2.50%

2.50%

bl.60 to 3.10%
bl.60 to 2.55%
b2.55 to 3.10%
—

bl.50 to 2.40%
b2.45 to 2.90%

J-J
J-J

„

__

—

—

98'/a

__

__

__

maturity,

b Basis,

n

bl.60 to 3.30%

—

Dunbar Bridge—
Revenue 4s Feb

-J-D

1992,

Kanawha (County) —
IVis 1964-75
Board of Education
3 Vis
1964-1969—

bl.60 to 3.20%
f57

„—

65

J-J

bl.75 to 3.70%

J-D

bl.60 to 2.40%

„

—

__

—

__

__

3.10

WISCONSIN
Madison City
3Vis June 1 1964-1980

__

__

bl.50 to 2.85%

„

Library & School purposes
2'is 1964-1971
2 His
1972-1976
3s 1977-1982

1.60
1.75

J-D

J-D
J-D

bl.50 to 2.30%
b2.40 to 2.65%
b2.75 to 2.90%

—

—

__

Metropolitan Sewerage. Dist
2s

extension

1964-67—_F-A

bl.60 to 2.10%

—

__

__

Milwaukee (City of)—
lHis 1964-71
;
IVis school 1964-71

J-J
M-N

bl.60 to 2.30%
bl.60 to 2.30%

A-O
A-O

bl.80 to 2.40%

Pub improvement ser E
2 Vis 1964-1968
Jlf-S
2 His 1969-1974
_M-S

__

bl.80 to 2.50%
b2.50 to 2.75%

Corporate Purpose
2 Vis 1964
2 His 1965-1973

106

bl.70 to 3.75%

Veterans series V—
lHis Dec 1 1964-71—

—

101

bl.60 to 2.20%

70Vi
72'/a

:

__

1.60

__

Milwaukee
—

County—
Metropolitan Sewerage Area
1964-67

F-A

bl.60 to 2.10%

__

3.20s

1964-1981

F-A

—

Housing Auth 3Vis Sep 1 '94
b2.00 to 3.25%
b3.10 to 3.60%

b3.25 less

__

Racine street imp
1 Vis 1964-66

&

sewer—
—F-A

98

1.60

100

bl.75 to 2.20%

_.

1

—

Fuel Tax—
lHis 1965-72 opt

lHis
lHis
lHis

b2.90 to 3.00%
b3.05 to 3.10%
b3.10 to 3.20%

bl.80 to 2.90%

f66Vi
f68Vi

Charleston—
2 Vis 1964-72——,
__

State H'way Motor Vehicle

2.25%

b2.00 to 2.50%

__

rev

7_
Pub Sch & Inst Bldg Const—
2s May 1 1971 opt 1959

b2.00 to 2.50%
b2.00 to 2.85%

bl.80 to

—J-J

lHis 1965-67

Expressway bonds

2Vis Sept 1 1964-69
2'/as Sept 1 1970-76

—

—

bl.75 to 3,30%
bl.80 to 3.50%

__

—

—

J-J

Is 1964-70
Road Bond series C—

3His Dec 1 1989—
1989

b2.40 to 3.00%

j_j
—J-J

Roanoke—
2His water 1964-68
A-O
Gen obligation—Water
System
IVis 1964-75
j-j

—

bl.60 to 2.10%
bl.65 to 3.50%

Turnpike Revenue (ser A)—

WASHINGTON
bl.70 to 2.00%
bl.70 to 2.10%
bl.80 to 2.50%

-J-J

1964-67——

2 Vis

San Antonio—
5 Vis w w 1964-654 'is 1964-67
!

101

—

bl.65 to 3.00%

bl.50 to 2.30%
bl.50 to 2.90%
bl.60 to 3.15%

Turnpike Authority—
3.45s Tpke rev 1995
4 Vis Tpke rev 1995

b3.10 to 3.40%

b2.00 to 3.00%

—

2.15

Richmond-Petersburg—

bl.80 to 2.35%

Lower Colorado River Auth—
Revenue Refunding
2s 1964-70—

3.30%

b2.30 to

b3.45 to 3.75%

—J-J
j-j
J-J
—J-J
j

1964-71
IVis 1964-69_
Public Improvement— ~
2 His 1964-71—_____

b2.40 to 2.55%

April 1 1964-71
Various Imp Purposes—
2 His
1964-68
J-D
23is 1964-69
J-D
Houston (Ind Sch Dist)—
23is 1964-74
J10-J
2 Vis 1975-78__
J10-J

F-A

Water of 1948 series A—
2Vis Dec 1 1964-77__
1962 issues
5s 1964-72
_j.j
3 Vis 1973-83
j.j
3.40s 1984-85
J-J

—

_M-S

WEST VIRGINIA

7

Bldg 1964-68—F-A

4'is July 1 1965
l3is 1964-68__

M-N
M-N

__

—F-A

2 Vis gen imp 1964-67_M-N
2.40s water 1964-67
J-D
2His gen imp 1964-72
J-D
4 Vis
1964-72

2.90%
2.90%

bl.80 to 2.50%
bl.80 to 3.05%

bl.70 to 2.05%

J-J
J-J

1969-78

1

Bridge—

4VaS Dec 1

Norfolk—
1.70s gen Imp 1964-71

2.15%
2.75%

M-S
F-A

Flood Control District
lHis 1964-65

Is
Is

bl.80
bl.80
bl.80
bl.80

M-N
A-O

Harris County—
2His Road 1964-68
1.70s
1964-75

Houston—
2 Vis 1964-76
2s 1964-76
lHis April 1 1964-71

bl.80 to 2.25%
b2.35 to 3.00%

b3.25 to 3.90%

Sept 1 1967-75

—

IVis

Lynchburg 1.30s 1964-67__M-S

El Paso—

b2.00 to 3.50%

b2.00 to 3.25%.

112'/a

110

J-D

3s

1964-76
Newport News—

J-J

b2.50 less

3s

23is 1964-68

IVis

b2.00 to 2.50%
b2.50 to 3.25%
b3.30 to 3.60%

—

Hampton (City of) —

bl.75 to 2.20%
b2.30 to 2.50%

M-S

Tacoma Narrows Toll
33/is revenue 1978

County—

2.30s Pub

Impt 2Vis 1964-68

112Vi

bl.65 to 2.20%

F-A

1964-71

b2.00 to 2.75%
bl.85 to 3.25%
b2.75 to 3.70%

__

Fredericksburg (City of) —

bl.75 to 2.40%

Independent

2000

Rev.—

—

llO'/i

Sewer (series A)
6s 1964-65
J-J
4 Vis
1966
J-J
2% s 1967-75
—J-J
2.80s 1976-89—
J-J

b1-90 t0 2.50%
b1-75 to 2 40%

—

M-N

revenue

Pw

b2.00 to 3.00%
b2.00 to 3.25%

Tacoma—Revenues—
General obligations—1 His July 1 '64 opt '62_M-N

Road

Independent School District

2His

1.30s

111V4

114

1964-68
J-J
Elizabeth River Tunnel Dist—

M-N

b2.00 to 2.90%
b2.00 to 3.30%

Central Library Building—
1.70s 1964-67
__M-N

2s

Dallas—
4Vis 1964-70
3 Vis 1964-1973
13/4S
1964-69
1.70s 1964-1970
Is April 1 1964-68

106 Hi
116Vi

Spokane Co Sch Dist No 81

bl.65 to 3.30%

Tunnel District—
4 His ser A July 2000

—

&

Spokane—
1 Vis 1964-72—:

bl.65 to 3.20%
bl.65 to 3.35%
bl.65 to 3.50%

J-D

Lt

3'/as 1978-88

bl.65 to 2.85%
b2.90 to 3.10%
b3.15 to 3.25%
104 Vi
—:

Chesapeake Bay Bridge &
bl.80 to 2.80%

104Hi

2s 1964-67
.—J-J
2 Vis 1964-74
F-A
2 His
1970-87
M-S
1958 Series—
6s 1964-67—
,
M-S
3 Vis 1968-77—M-S

101

99

2 His

b2,00 to 2.40%
b2.50 to 3.10%
b3.20 to 3.35%

J-D

119

115

1964-68—.
J-J
lHis sewer 1964-68
M-S
Seattle Light & Power
2 Vis 1964-70
J-J
2s ref ser LS-5 '64-70-F-A

bl.80 to 2.90%

—

Alexandria 3s 1964-83
2 Vis Dec 15 1964-77

Corpus Christ!—
Gen obi 3 Vis 1964-73
Waterworks Revenue—
3 Vis 1964-1978

118

2 Vis

revenue

3His

2s Jan 1 1964-66
2 Vis Jan 1 1967-72.
23is Jan l 1973-76

—

100

Seattle—

bl.80 to 3.15%

(series 1949) —
(series 1954) 1994
M-S
Virginia State Ports Authority
Port Facilities Bonds—
3s 1964-71
J-D
3 Vis
1972-75
—J-D
3VzS 1976-79———J-D

bl.90 to 2.60%

Ll

M-N

Public Utility Dist No 2
3His 1956 series Nov 1 2005
4His 1959 series July 1 2009

bl.80 to 2.10%
bl.90 to 2.80%

Municipal

bl.90 to 2.40%
b2.30 to 3.20%

A-O

Beaumont—
4 Vis 1964-1970
4s 1964-77

bPar to 2.90%

M-N

Grant County—

2.80%

bl.70 to

VIRGINIA

Austin—
1 Vis
1964-1968
1His 1967-75

Interstate

Vancouver-Portland
Toll Bridge—
3 Vis 1964-68
3.20s 1971-.

par

—

F-A

l'/is various 1964-75
Rutland—
2.20s various 1964-75

b2.00 to 2.40%
b2.50 to 2.80%
b2.75 to 3.10%
b3.15 to 3.20%

J-D

1.90

—

b2.00 to 2.65%
b2.70 to Par

State 3s 1964-81—
_M-S
State 2s 1964-66—.
—J-J
School Bldg 1 Vis 1964-74—M-S
School Bldg & H'way Const—
3s 1964-77
i
J-J

b3.15 to 3.40%

—_J-D
J-D

—

VERMONT

Veterans' Land Bonds—
Series 1961-B—
3 Vis 1966-1971
3s 1972-1976
3 Vis 1977-1987

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

108

Chelan County—
Nash Dist No 1 5s 2013

b2.00 to 2.20%
b2.25 to 2.95%
b3.00 to 3.15%

2.40s 1978-81
T-D
2.40s 1982-89 opt '64—J-D
Series
1961-A
3 Vis 1966 1991
tf-D

Various bonds—
3s 1965—
2.60s 1966-75
2HiS 1976-78
2.80s
1979-80

Bonds—

Washington Toll Bridge Auth
Second Lake Wash Toll
Bridge rev—
4.90s Jan 1 2000—
J-J

UTAH

—

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Aak
N'»

To
Net

UNITED STATES

1966-74
1975-79

Series of 1953—
2s 1966-68
2 Vis 1969-77

or

Ask

See pages 4 and 80

Veterans' Land Bonds—
lHis
13/4s

bin

lHis

*61—M-S
1969 opt '61
M-S
1966-67
M-S
1968
M-S
1971-72
—M-S

lHis 1973-75
M-S
Washington Pub Power Supply
System Parkwood Lake
3His 2012
M-S

Nominal.

(Flat

once.

WYOMING

Cheyenne—

b2.75 to 3.50%
b3.30 less 1
b3.00 less 1
b3.10 less 1

b3.30 less

1

b3.60 less

1

97

99

__

Waterworks improvement
6s 1964-1971
A-O
3.30s 1972-1976
A-O
3.30s 1977-78 opt '76_A-0
3.40s 1979-82 opt '76_A-0
3 Vis 1983-87 opt '76_A-0
3.60s 1988-91 opt '76-A-O
Sheridan (wat) 3Vis 1964-65

bl.95 to 2.90%
b3.00 to 3.15%
•

—

—

b3.25 to 3.30%
b3.30 to 3.35%
—

b2.10 to 2.40%

„

„

3.20
„__

3.40
—

89

INSURANCE STOCKS

April, 1963

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29. 1963
OVER-THE-COUNTER
INSURANCE STOCKS

'

Aetna

Insurance

Lite

Agricultural

Insurance

All American Life 6c

3.50

Casualty

Allied Security Ins Co

(S C)

American Bankers Life Assurance
Co of Fla class A

1
Amer Equitable Assurance Co._2.50
American Fidelity Life Ins Co
1
American Foundation Pioneer ~
Western Life Ins (Ark) class A_*
American Founders Life (Austin).*
American Genl Insur Co Texl_1.50
American Heritage Life Ins Co

(Jacksonville

Fla)

11%

1

1
3
1
2

J

6.25
10

Bankers

7%
35%
3%
23%
15
53%
72%

125
18%

20

5%

5%
ov,

734

2

.

Citadel

Life

Ins

(N Y)_.

Civil

ile InlVra.nce c° of NY.2
Employees——
5

American Life Ins

.

4534

Insurance

9%

Dallas
Denver National Life Ins

10

68

71

l66

78

81 %

sy4

2

(D C)

™*,Fo^stir
7
Title 8s Guaranty

5
10

:

25c

Eagle Fire (Newark)

1.25
T
1.50
10
•
•

Eastern Life Ins Co N Y
Educators Ins of Amer (Cal)

Employers Casualty (Dallas)
Employer's Group Associates
Employers Nat Life Insur Co
Employers Reinsurance Corp

5

53/

1

(Ind)

Franklin

1

(Springfield 111) new

20
a2

69%

5

27%

Life 8c Casualty (Nashville Tenn)_3

Life

Insurance

Co

of

Georgia

Life Insurance Co of Virginia
Lincoln American Life Ins
(Memphis)

Lincoln Income Life Ins Co (Ky)_l
Lincoln Liberty Life Insur Co
1
Lincoln Natl Life (Fort Wayne)—5
Loyal American Life Ins
£ •
~
(Mobile Ala)
1
Maryland Casualty Co
1

Massachusetts
Insurance

Co

General

Life

.

3

2

70%

Mutual Savings Life Ins

84%

National Casualty (Detroit)
10
National Fire (Hartford)
10
National Life
Accident Insurance

54

78

n

62
72Va

64

<

76%
104

13%

14%

66%

70%

395

429

isy8

29%
34%
10%

5%

5%

16y4
__

35 %
11

6%
5%

4
2X4

='

63%
4%
224 :

(Ala)

1

(Nashville)
National Old Line Life Ins—

5

Class AA common
Class BB common
National Union Fire

1
1

(Pittsburgh) .5
National Western Life Ins
—1
Nationwide Corp class A
2.50
New Hampshire Insurance Co
—5
New York Fire Insurance
5
North American Life (Chic)
2
North American Life 8s
Casualty Co
1

Northeastern

3.33%

(Hartford)

North River Insurance (N Y)
2%
Northern Insurance Co (N Y)_12%
Northwestern Nat'l Ins (Milw)
5

Northwestern National Life
(Minneapolis Minn)

10

1
Ohio Casualty Insurance
1.25
Ohio State Life (Columbus Ohio)
Occidental Life Ins Co of N C

Life Insurance Co
Germantown Fire
Gibraltar Life Ins Co

(Dallas)
Glens Falls Insurance
(Glen3 Palls N Y)

of
;

2.50
30
America
•

16%
130

13%

17%
150

14%

Shares split 2-for-l
Old Line Life Ins Co of America—2
Old Republic Insurance (Pa)
5

>

42%

45%

Old Republic Life Ins

Government

Employees Corp

2

Employees Insur

4

32%
72

Pacific Employers Ins (LA)

Government

30%
70

value

:

66%

Georgia International

•No par

r

a

(Chic)

Pacific Indemnity Co

Called for redemption, see page 94.

kLast sale,

n

31%
39

73
30%

34%

200

50

15%
32%

16%

28
35%

(Ohio)

Wilshire Insurance (Calif)
Wisconsin National Life Ins

50%

Canadian dollar value.

BROAD STREET. NEW

HA 5-4900

32%
52%

90

95

4%

5%

29%
81%
24%

83

80

81

32%

27%

3%

3%

7%

7%
32%

31

49

16%
75

64%

52%
18%

68

10%

11%

43

46%

a—

—

25
5

38%

83%
7%

4

73%

35

1
2

10
Wolverine Insurance CO (Battle
37%
Creek) class A
10
35%

tNew stock,

EXCHANGE
AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE (ASSOCIATE)

TELEPHONE

\ 2%

88

YORK 4. N. Y.
TELETYPE

212-571-1813

x Ex-dividend,

7%

3% s- 3%
3%
3%
5%
5%
23 Va
25%
121
124

7%
Southwest Indemnity 8c Life Ins_2
1%
1 ••
Southwestern Insurance Co—.
1 131
4%
5
Southwestern Life Ins (Dallas)
5 r
21% 22% Springfield Insurance Co
53%
13% 14%
Common
-2 102
153
154
$6.50 preferred
10
Standard Security Life
r'r-f11
6%
7
Insurance Co of N Y
2
2%
51
53% State Life of Colo
-1
50
t
Stuyvesant Insurance Co
5 *
15
15% Stuyvesant Life Ins Co (Pa)
10 200
88
Sunset Life Ins (Wash)
10
16%
54
56
Surety Life Ins (Utah)—
10
33
36
39% Telephone Employees Life Ins
10
3%
3%
4
Tidelands Life Ins (La)
1
24%
600
Title Guaranty Co (N Y)
8
58%
71
75
Title Insur 8s Trust (Los Ang)_2.50
Travelers Insurance Co
5 179
32
6%
7% Trinity Universal Life (Dallas)
5
11%
92
96% Union Bankers Ins (Texas)
1
11%
25% 25% Union Trust Life Ins (Minn).
1
32%
10%
11% United American Life Ins (Denver) 1
6%
60
70
United Family Life Ins Co
50c
78
128
134% United Fidelity Life (Dallas)
10
56
United Insur Co of America
2.50
19%
93% 94% United Security Life Ins (Ala)
1
64
United Services Life Ins
—1
60 Va
27%
29% U S Fidelity 6c Guarantee (Bait) .5
30%
27%
28% United States Fire Ins Co
3
45
47% U S Life Insurance Co in the City
76 1
8%
9
of New York
2
15% 16% Universal Life 8s Accident
27
34
36%
(Dallas Texas)
—
10
44
48
Variable Annuity Life Ins Co
9%
30% 32%
of America
1
Volunteer State Life Insurance
19%
19%
(Chattanooga Tenn)
10 107
17% 19% Vulcan Life 8s Accident Ins—
20%
42
44%
iBirmingham Ala)
2.50
81%
a50%
53Ye Washington Nat'l Insurance (Ill)_10
49
35% 36% West Coast Life Insur (San Fran).5
Westchester Fire (New York)
2
34
290
310
Western Casualty 6c Surety
5
47
10%
Western Insurance Sec common
•
180
27% 28%
Partic pref A
•
57
Western Pacific Ins (Wash)
.10
18
35%
Western Reserve Life Assurance
17

48%

r

$1.50 conv preferred

Southland Life Ins (Dallas)

NEW YORK STOCK




2

32

10

Southern Equitable Life Ins (Ark).
Class A common
10c
Class B common
10c
Southern Fire 8c Casualty Co
•

MEMBERS

BANK STOCKS

56

54

2*for—1 plus 33 Ms /o S§OCE QXV——
Security Life 8c Trust
(Winston-Salem N C)
5
Security Title 8c Guar Co (N Y)_5

MIDDENDORF, COLGATE & CO.

51

7%

6%

1
5

(Dallas)—
Ex-50% stock dividend—
Reserve Insurance Co (111)

tlvldand

INSURANCE STOCKS

18%
11

136%

1.50
5
3.33%

Nominal,

•*

130

_1

.

16 /8

51

195

10

28%
27%
42%

2%
9%

32%

-

lb

22
40

3%
26%

28%
38

2

Michigan Life Insurance
50
Midwestern United Life Ins Co
1
Ex-10% stock dividend—
Mission
Equities Corp
(Calif)..*
Monumental Life Ins (Bait)
10
Mtge Guaranty Ins Corp (Milw)__ 1

60

1Q

-

5
Liberty Life Ins (Greenville S C)—2

Mercury Casualty Co (Cal)

2
-

c

(Richmond Va)

55%

of Wls_.45c
-

Lawyers Title Insurance Corp

55

Life Insurance

General Life Ins Corp
General Reinsurance

15,
15 A

49

Insurance Co
5
Mercantile Security Life (Dallas).lO

a99

2.25

stock dividend—

68
91%
128%
84

70%

1

15
52%

(Battle Creek)
10
Fidelity Bankers Life Insurance
1
Fidelity 8s Deposit Co of Md
5
Fidelity Union Life (Dallas) __—10
Financial Corp of Amer (Calif)
1
Firemen's (Washington D C)
20
Firemen s Fund Inc (S F)
1.25
Colony Life Insurance

————-_

12
47

10
375

12"^ National Life Ins (Ariz)
First United Life Ins

--

__

2

ft0iz_

_

62%

16%
9%

1.

34%
3.50
Grande Natl Life (Dallas)—_10
90
93% st Paul Fire & Marine Ins Co._6.25
36
39% seaboard Life Insurance Co of
3,000 3,120
America (Florida)
1
8%
8% Seaboard Surety Corp (N Y)
-5

^

Massachusetts Indemnity 6c Life

Excelsior (N Y)
6
Farmers New World Life
10
Farmers Underwriters Assn (L A)_l
Federal Insurance Co. <N J)
4
Federal Life & Casualty Co

First

61%
150

162

10

—

Insurance

'

<

Boston)
Criterion

2.
48%

i48

CaTsualty Co--7Tv-rT—5
(Chic)
1

Life

30%

37%
21 %

53

15%

31%

Life Assurance Co of Perm

20%

10
5

19%

Liberty Nat'l Life Ins (Birm)
14

33%

Cosmopolitan Insurance
Craftsman

Ex-10%

__

28

Combined Ins Co of America
1
Commonwealth Life (Louisville)_-2
Connecticut General Life Ins —5
Natl Lite Ins (Ind)
1
.

ClftSS A

49%

13

26%
9%
18
3%
11
2%
19%
21%

5

10
Provident Life & Accid't (Tenn)_10
Public Savings Insurance (SC)—1
pyramid Life Ins (Charlotte)—
New $5 par (reverse split on »
one-for-five basis)
Quaker City Life ins Co
5
Reinsurance Corp (New York)
2
Reliance Insurance Co (Phila)
10
Renewal Guaranty Corp
1
Republic Franklin Life Insurance—
class A
1
Republic Insurance (Dallas)
5
Republic National Life Ins
$2 convertible preferred

29%
6%

65
87
124
80

5

Ex-20% stock dividend—
Protective Security Life Ins (Cal).l

Providence-Washington (Prov)

27%
5%

7%

28%

5

in.

Lamar Life Insur (Jackson Miss) .2

;

Service

25
8%
14%
3
9
1%
19

50c
5

.

AOCM""

70

48

9%

14%
4%

10

™

ff., f?,,
14% 15%

Coastal States Life Insurance__1.25
Colorado Insurance Service
•

(Wilmington Del)
Continental Assurance Co

.5

62

46%

.

8%

50c

Kansas City Life Ins
100
Kennesaw Life & Accident (Ga)
1

36*

Citizens Casualty Co of New York—
Class A common
2

10
74

10 ~ 114
119%
5
70% 73%

& Insurance Co..
Home (New York)

413/

74-

5
10

Postal Life Insurance
Professional & Business Men's
Insurance (Denver)
Protective Life Ins (Birm Ala)

(Greensboro N C)__
Jersey Insurance Co

2 L
38":

; ~
'
"
States Life Ins—2.50

Calif Western
Life (Ft Worth)
Cherokee Insurance Co (Tenn)

56%
11%
75

.

A

Amprim

of

,

48
53%

67

»
Co

2
10
5
5

60

To

&shiDneM

Pioneer Home Owners Life Ins

Hamilton Life Ins Co of N Y
Hanover Insurance Co
Harbor Insurance Co
;
Hartford Fire Insurance
Hartford Steam Boiler Inspec

100

10
Piedmont Southern Life Ins
10
Pioneer American Life Ins (Tex)—1

49%

39

1

Phoenix Insurance (Hartford)

47%

64

Tno

Y)

Philadelphia Life Insurance

8%

Je^erson Standard Life

2%

Peerless Insurance Co

50%

Interstate Life 6c
Accident Ins (Tenn)
1
Investors Security Life Insurance
(Illinois)
17%c
Jefferson National Life Insurance.l

_

Assurance Co (Calif)
Pacific Southwest Life Ins

7"%

Independence Life Insurance Co of
America (Calif)
1.50
Inland Life Ins (Chicago)
50c
Insurance Co. of Oregon
2.50"
Insurance Co of the South
5
Intercoast Co Inc
10
International Fidelity (Dallas)
•
Interstate Fire & Casualty (Chi)—5
International Life Insurance Co of
Buffalo
2

~4

Pacific National Life

Ask

64 ft

59

Pacific Insurance Co of N Y
10
Pacific Mutual Life Ins of Calif—T

15% Peninsular Life Ins (Fla)
1% Peoples Life Ins (Wash D C)

1%

Bid

60 %
6%

Par

■

47%

Illinois Mid-Continent Life
Insurance

14%

19

Aviation Employees Corp
10c
Bankers National Life Insurance.2
T(f»

13

/

'

2.50

(Jacksonville Fla)

4%

45
3%
a34%
6%
32%
3
22%
13"%
5%
69

Appalachian National Life Ins—-1
Argonaut Insurance (Cal).
1

(N

14
46%

Stocks— ;

r

__5

Insurance (Dallas)
Gulf Life Insurance Co—

94

AmerZ—2

Society

3%
46%
80%

12%

Co_l
2%
American Life Companies Inc
1

„.nlr„c

12%

3%
43
76%

'

73

14%

1

(Mobile)

30

25%

3%

70

Guaranty Savings Life Ins

28%

Amer Independent Reinsurance
American Insurance (Newark)

American Life Ins (Ala)
American Mercury (Wash D C)
American Motorist Ins (Chic)
American National Ins (Galv)
American Pioneer Life Ins
American Re-Insurance (N Y)
American Surety Co (N Y)
Amicable Life
(Waco Texas)
Animal Tn.nr.ni-* Co of

9

42

120
123
63%
66%

Greatamerica Corp
3
Guaranty National Ins (Colo)—50c

23%

1

American Home Assurance com_2.50
$4.64 prior preferred
15
American Illinois Life Ins
25c
American Income Life Ins (Ind)
1
American Indemnity Co (Oaiv)
10

^ Ask t

Great National Life (Dallas)
2
29% 32%
Great Plains Life Ins of Wyo
1
4%
5
Great Southern Life (Houston)—10 .138
148

21 Ya

8

Bid

Great Amer Reserve Ins (Dallas)—3

93

21

1
1

Par

Government Employees Life Ins. 1.50
American Ins Co (N Y)
5

143% 148
a40%
43%

5

10

«'.?

.

Great

4%

3%
89

30c

Co
Co

f Stocks—

*""
Bid
Ask

Par

Academy Life Ins (Colo)
Aetna Casualty 6c Surety Co

f

,

4%

8%
2
134

56%
107%
11%
3

92

18%
35

4%
26%

61%
185

35%
12 %

12%
33 %

7%

85%
59%
21%
68%

63%
33
80 Va
—

10%

21
83 Va
52%
36%
50

18%

18%
5'A
66

64
a—

y

Ex-stock

19 CONGRESS STREET
BOSTON 9

MASSACHUSETTS
233 SANSOME STREET
SAN FRANCISCO 4

CALIFORNIA
KEYSER BUILDING

BALTIMORE 3
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90

Banks and Trust

Companies

Quotations in this department are quoted per share, not per cent, and are as near as possible for the closing day
of the month preceding date of issue, though they often are nominal. An asterisk (*) denotes a recent sale.
QUOTATIONS FOB ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29. 1963
———

——————————————

———

Par

ALABAMA
Bld

Exchange-Security Bank

Amertcili"Natlonal
First

«
7

6%

1

ifvre'Sad.

National Bank
Merchants National Bank
Alabama National Bank
First National Bank
Peoples Bank & Trust Co
Union Bank & Trust Co

27*

iSL?HA^;c1F--!8
C°

10

**w

—

—

l2?

66 lfz
32

5
1

68 h.
34

7

5

7%

63

64

Belmont Natl Bank of Chicago-lO

~

^^New

BTnkFlO

Haven NaUonal

General Bank & Trust Co
seCond
Bank

Nat?onal
Tr^smen's National

10

12 50

Ba^

r

37%

m

6o
42 V*

120

10

39%

Citizens National Bank
-2
Commercial National Bank
20
Cont 111 Natl Bank & Trust—33%

52%

Cosmopolitan National Bank—100
Devon-North Town State Bank
20

37

50%

100

5ev5rl?

a

12%

New London—
Union Bant & Trust Co

'

-

"

union & New Haven Trust Co—10

nmAU a

SSTJiSStSLS==Sl

55

g

-Rank Ar Trust Co

44y4
_

District National Bank
Drexel National Bank
Drovers National Bank

10
40

Exchange Natlonal Bank

—

10

io

40
~
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55
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21

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12V5.

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33

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54%

Par

—

»g*£
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_

185

^_10

ARIZONA

Bid

H5

Home National Bank & Trust CO-10

25
10

Montgomery—

10

coBl & Tr co"::io

South EndBank & TrUSt

10

Bank & Trust_10

•

Glastonbury Bank & Trust

Alk

«

FiTi« *atlonal Bank

—

eS
::

43

_

34

36

2I| si!
4b
40

—

173
18b

176

68

76

--

38
4Z
29ya
43

__

—

51

—

10

,

.

68
72
49

20
10

National Bank of Commerce-

38%

40%

_______

"

'

n

5

Lo« Angeles—

Citizens National Bank

26

10

wKr,L?u*8!ln"Bank

27%

a92%

7-50

97

22

25,4

23%

25%

40

39

42%
74

10
50

Pacific State Bank
Mar Vista—
Fidelity Bank
Oakland—
Central Valley National Bank

36%

37%

3

Oakland Bank of Commerce
Pacolma—

270

3.50

San Bernardino—
American National Bank of

12%

14 y8

San

Bernardino
5
San Diego—
First Natl Trust & Savings
Bank—5
San Diego Trust &
Savings Bank_25
U S

60

4i«a

auA

94 ia

97 ia
74

60%

63%

61%

64%

Rights

—

fs
61%

10

o3%
30
62%
-

——10

66

10

74

66%
74%

10

75%

75%

CXsCtonbur?^tl°nal Bank
Glastonbury Bank
Trust Co
Putnam"*TrusT Co

23%

10
25
10
10

of Miami

National Bank

^atl

10
10

—10
Co

20

Bk of West Palm Bch-lO

78

TrSsfto *0?oSgii
01 Georgla
Na«

Citizlnsn

10

& Trust Co

i^uthern

&

82

50

51%

53%

4 A

36%
24o

38
270

46
74
63

5

18*

5

19^

10

113

10

53

See comprehensive
stock dividend.

69%

Idahl^st

25

38%

39%

45
35

46
37

__

—

7J
73
24

—
—

24

Yi

b4

2
—

10

_

71

footnotes
:

below,
-

d

Ex-rlghts.
V

:

eEx-5%

60
70
105

—

33
33
54
51)

40
—

—

34
46
225

37
49

2|

-

|4
f7

£5
9®
.

44

-5
48
4f>

u

21
22

—

26
101

!90

--

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i»o

600
130
73
50

—

78

.

Chicago Trust Cos—
Amalgamated Trust & Sav Bk__100
Chicago City Bank & Trust Co__50
colonial Bank & Trust Co
10
Harris Trust & Savings Bank
20
" Lake View Trust &
Savings Bank_2o
Northern Trust Co
—20
South Side Bank & Trust Co
_10

8f.,

94 /2

*74^
58

_

*>4
97
-

63

38

42

•»»

^

40

45

53
87

__

88

58%

59%

58%

60

325

80
120
34

—

108
145
146

144

10

—

112
—

.

Peoria—

N,ati °aJ Ban

v

=n

pirst National Bank
90
20
Jefferson Trust & Savings Bank__10

loXsid^Trust

&

Sav"B~ank:il00

38

43%

185
"

20

120
33

25

H

33

Qnincy_
Broadway National Bank

Mercantilteat^ustn&~SaT¥ankZI—5^

100

Rockford—
American National Bk & Tr Co__40
Central Natl Bank & Trust Co__25
City National Bank & TrustNew
20
First Natl Bank & Trust
40

100

II

llo
100
90

30

87%

—

!'

R

160^165
160

62

20

University National of Peoria

—

First National Bank-

20

70

10
25

Illinois National Bank_^
SpringfieId Marine Bank

34
100

88%
—

46

INDIANA
...

EvansvIHe—
8

.

54%
59%

55%
60ya

«

_

Citizens National Bank

_.«
10

54%,

57%

»,>v
42 h

.7,A
4 ,2 ■

lb

1/

s-sM?££±===^ IS
Gary—

%

Bank of ^diana

10

IIIIMflTC
ILLINOIS

Aurora—
Aurora National Bank

10
10

state Bank of Clearing
100
Steel City National Bank
-10
Univ National Bank of Chicago_100
Upper Avenue National Bank
50
Uptown National Bank—
25
Western National Bank of Cicero-20

50

55

—10 500

-

Gary
Amer

25

90

stock dividend.

—-12.50

Lamasco Bank

—

"

62%

—

__

86%

National Bank

10

South Chicago Savings Bank
South East National Bank
South Shore National Bank

23

HAWAII
llxi. ff All

55

10
10
20
20
10
20
100

peoples National Bank

14%

IDAHO
AU-fAHVT

53

20

Qak park r^g,. & savings Bank_50
Park National Bank
10

13%

Natl Bank__10

_

Live Stock National Bank
Madison Bank & Trust Co
Main state Bank
Manufacturers National Bank

Northwest National Bank—-——20

22

*45 31

h.™.™. C

10
25

JJorth

49
76
65
23

10

Bank of Hawaii—
:
First National Bank of Hawaii

10
25

South Side Bank of Quincy

Atlanta—
Bank of Georgia (The)
10
citizens & Southern Natl Bank—10
First National Bank
10
Fulton National Bank
10
Georgia Savings Bank & Tr Co—100

24ya

25
10

Connecticut Bank & Trust Co_12%




10
20
4

-10

Savannah Bank & Trust

10

a

10

Liberty National Bank & Trust—lo

10

City Trust Co

y Ex-20%

Atlan

4^% lo°

To

CONNECTICUT
Bridgeport—

Hartford—

—

/,rAnru

r

.

32

Pioneer Trust & Savings Bank
25
Sears Bank & Trust Co—
—25

First Natl Bank in St Petersburg—5
Florida National Bank
25
Union Trust Co—
12%

wvIIuvIIvAjLI vl

price,

Barnett National Securities
Central National Bank

CitSy-BPaenkr&UTr7st

/"•/"If An \ T\f\

&

—

uLUKulA

Canada—

Denver U S National Bank
First National Bank

ib
49

Palm Beach

mrrnrn

•Sale

Jacksonville—
American National Bank
Atlantic National Bank
Barnett Natl Bk of Jacksonville

Orlando—

UUlDlL

Central Bank & Trust
Colorado National Bank

175

iv
4

Citizens National Bank10
First National Bank of Orlando—10

,

of

Co

172

391/,

A

Provfncfal~Bank~~o~f ¥anadall
Royal Bank

::

Bank of Albany Pk—12%
Bank of Austin
50
Bank of Commerce
20
Bank of Hyde Park20
Boulevard Bank
20
Natl Security Bank of Chicago
25
Shore National Bank
10

FLORIDA
I WA1I/A

i
t,
w
,
1 Bank 0f

Tnrnntn
Toronto Dominion iT.";
Bank

8?
28
55
43

National
National
Natlonal
NatlonaI
Nationai

135

Anm ,

FirVt

Banm,0f CBnadlenne—
Banque 5ont,r.eal

25

Miami Beach First Natl Bank

3.00

16

in
10

Metropolitan Bank

UWIAKIU
.

Sf
?TeC.U^%
Union Trust

Riggs National Bank

73%

2.95

—

61

Miami—
First National Bank
10
Florida National Bank & Tr Co__25
Little River Bank & Trust Co
10
Merchants Bank of Miami
10

72

100
15%

57

35%

_

Cnnarilon°^rrri PCr

17

25

Marquette National Bank
Merchandise National Bank
Mercantile National Bank
Metropolitan State Bank

—

-I
10

International Bank-—

59%
20%
97%
57%
61%

71%

—

30

70 %

10

-—

10

58

_

33
17
60

38%

"0

Bank of Commerce

Industrial Bank--

56ya
18%

.

36/4

123
a500

55

NOVA SCOTIA

„

American Security & Trust Co—10

52%

.
ANAn A
II

Bank of Nova Scotia

»

10

Irving State Bank—
Jefferson State Bank——
Lake Shore National Bank
La Salle National Bank new
Lawndale National Bank
Lincoln National Bank—

—

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Riverside Bank
State Bank of Jacksonville

54%

4o

Washington—

2q

RT/VlVg"
Halifax—

—

^3/.

90

19%

Wilmington—
Bank of Delaware
10
Colonial National Bank
10
Commercial Trust Co
10
Delaware Trust Co
5
Farmers Bank
5
First Natl Bank of Wilmington—10

A

_

18%

.

.

okv! First Bank & Trust Co
74
Florida National Bank

94

67

DLLAWAKt
„T1

443a

i9n
47ja

Natlonal Bank
10
Santa Monica—
Santa Monica Bank
3
San Francisco—
Bk of Amer Natl
Tr&Sav Assn-6%
Bank of California N A
In
Bank of Trade
10
Century Bank
——15
Continental Bank
15
Crocker-Anglo National Bank
lo
First Westn Bank & Trust
Co_12.50
..Golden Gate National Bank—
_5
Hibernia Bank (The)
25
Pacific National Bank
10
„ United
California Bank
12%
^Wells Fargo Bank—
American Trust Co
10
San Jose—
First National Bank.
5
n • 1>

~~

64

i ttr 1 nn

National Bank of Washington

San Fernando
Valley Bank

I

"

nni

.

City Natl Bank of Beverly Hills

*

wa,-erDury

77

CALIFORNIA
^

_

.

Colonial Bank & Trust Co
10
Connecticut Natl Bk of Bridgeport_5
Waterbury National Bank
12%

62
67
47
73

20
25

Pine Bluff—

55

3**

Little Rock—
Amer Natl Bank No Little Rock—20

Commercial National Bank
First National Bank (The)
Union National Bank

™

10

Natip^al Bank

"Fletcher

10

Natl Bk & Tr Co__ 10

Indiana National Bank
Live Stock Exchange Bank—
—

Merchants Natl Bank & Trust

tNew stock,

x

Ex-dividend.

zEx-10%

20
10
10

51%
90%
36
65

55

95%
—

6

%

stock dividend,

BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES

April, 1963

91

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF MARCH 29. 1963
Par
South Bend—
American Bank
10
First Bank & Trust Co
—10
National Bank & Trust Co
10
St Joseph Bank & Trust Co__.—20
--

Bid
22

37
29

57

Aal
23
39
31
60

Far
Baltimore—
Canton National Bank
Carrolton Bank of Baltimore

100
10
10

Equitable Trust Co

Terre Haute—
Merchants National Bank
Terre Haute First Natl Bank

_25

50

—20

First National Bank of Md

•73

.

——

10

Bid
a225
35
128
58%

IOWA

Liberty Trust Co__.

Cedar Rapids—
Guaranty Bank & Trust Co

Bank

20
50

Peoples Bank & Trust Co

20

Merchants

National

64

10

51
1100
50

25

10

Bk_lo

100
100

Des Moines—
Bankers Trust Co

25

Capitol City State Bank

100

Central National Bank & Tr Co__5o
Valley Bank & Trust Co
100

90
173
373
17b

lo
20

10
10
10
_10

Farmers '& Merchants Bank

Hagerstown Trust Co
Nicodemus National Bank
Second National Bank

400

New

39%

42

150

100
10

Wichita—
First National Bank

390

10

35%

100

First National Bk & Trust Co
Peoples-Liberty Bank & Trust

10
10
100

Bank—

49
37

88

40
92

66

71

-10
10
10

J

25
Citizens Union Natl Bk & Tr Co_10
First Security Natl Bank & Tr_12%
Second National Bank <fc Tr Co_100
Louisville—
Citizens Fidelity Bank & Trust
10
First National Bank
No par
Liberty National Bank & Trust—25
Louisville Trust Co
10
Royal Bank & Trust Co
10
Stock Yards Bank
20

Newport—
Newport National Bank

39

42%
50
36

45%

J

a220

County__10

3i

25

125
82

10

52%

41

lo
10

Bank

10
50

32

Essex

Trust Co

10

10

72

31%

34%

Bank of La in New Orleans
Bank of New Orleans &
Trust Co

10

31

10

4y
5u
46

53 Vb

45%

48%

Natl Amer Bank of New Orleans_10

National Bank of Commerce

10

Whitney Holding Co

•

—-

49

Shreveport
National Bank

25
__12%

First National Bank

_______

Preferred

Hibernia National Bank

70
65

67

MAINE
Augusta—
First National Granite Bank
Depositors Trust Co

39

5
10

150
45

49

23%

22
43

10
10
10

Safe

Deposit & Trust Co
__10
Security National Bank
lo
Third Natl Bank of Hampden Co_10
Valley Bank & Trust
lo

20

12.50
_100
100

.___

20

Lewlston—■
First-Manufacturers National
Bank of Lewiston & Auburn_12.5o

51
53




20

45
45
49

a

20

25
Boatmens' National Bank—
New common $10 par split 2-for-l
plus 5% stock dividend
Bremen Bank & Trust Co
2o
Cass Bank & Trust Co
20

Clayton Bankshares Corp

Taunton—
Bristol County Trust
__25
First Machinists' National Bank
10
Worcester—
Mechanics National Bank
100
Guaranty Bank & Trust Co
____10
Industrial City Bank .& Bkg Co
10
Worcester County Natl Bank
10

43

Bank

20

30

1

12

14

44

45

Hampton Bank

10

18
45

33%
50

41%

40

35
73

37
__

50
42

39
-

40

58

20

78

lo
20

26%

27%

37

41

20

33
34

36

48
20%

49
21%

St Louis Trust Cos—

Chippewa Trust Co
Lindell Trust Co

105
29%

650

37%
45%
53

5%
35

lo

lo

27

55

4%

Crestwood Bank Shares Holding
Co
First National Bank-

20

63

45

65
50

1

Southern Commercial & Sav Bk
South Side National Bank
Southwest Bank..
Tower Grove Bank & Trust Co

10
12.50
10

Mercantile Trust Co
Mound City Trust Co
North St Louis Trust Co
St Louis Union Trust Co
.

56

20
10

85

68

70

NEBRASKA
First National Bank & Trust Co_2o
National Bank of Commerce

MICHIGAN

&

320
140
43

Bay City Bank
Peoples Natl Bank & Trust Co
48

10

_.

—12%

35 %

25
:

25

62

lo

37%
38
75

Detroit

Bank

&

Manufacturers

Trust

Co

National Bank

National Bank of Detroit
Public Bank__.
-

Savings Bank
25

49

52

See comprehensive footnotes

Genesee Merchants Bk & Trust

on

page

93.

20

First National Bank
Omaha National Bank_.

—

61

5
10

.—

.

56
42
57

58

12 %

57
67

58
68

25

13

13%

20
10

69
61%

—

37%
37%

29

10

10

44
58

Flint—

65

Savings Association

81%

Omaha—

36
31
28

Detroit—
Bank of the Commonwealth
16%
City National Bank of Detroit
10

33

36
70

Dearborn—
Bank of Dearborn

.20
10

Citizens Commercial &
Westbrook—Westbrook Trust Co

price,

250

St Louis Banks—
American National Bank
Baden Bank

Security Trust Co

55

Portland-

•Sale

475

100

59

Lincoln—

Eastern Trust & Banking Co
Merchants' National Bank
Merrill Trust Co—

Waterville—; Federal Trust Co—;

54

2o

Bay City—

Casco Bank & Trust Co
First National Bank

58

100

10
36%

- •

200
300

Westport Bank

75

36

Springfield—

Bangor—

Canal National Bank

100
100
25
10

Jefferson Bank & Trust Co
20
Jefferson-Gravois Bank
30
Manchester Bank
lo
Manufacturers Bank & Trust Co_20
Northwestern Bank & Trust Co
20
St Louis Co National Bank
20

Salem—

Common

12.50

35

50
lo

Merchants-Warren Natl Bank
Naumkeag Trust Co—

18

100
20

'

34
50

Crestwood

.

New Orleans—

420

10

New Bedford—
First Safe Deposit National Bk
Merchants National Bank

65

35

100

Maiden—
First National Bank
Maiden Trust Co

1

71

Lynn—

42

20
100

Big Bend Bank

Lowell—
Union National Bk of Lowell__12%

~

37
175
59
20U
140

33%

St Joseph—
First National Bank

35

lio

45

University Bank
47%

30
80

Bank

20

South Side Bank
Traders National Bank
Union National Bank

1350

'

67

21
60

25
100

Plaza Bank of Commerce
Southeast State Bank

44

25
20
10
20

Manufacturers & Merchants Bk

Lawrence—

78

Kansas City Bank & Trust Co
Linwood State Bank
Livestock National Bank

170

Bay State Merchants National_12%

__

102
74
74

Bank

Merchants-Produce

TO
29

National

62

25
20

National

50

Holyoke—
Holyoke National Bank

LOUISIANA
Jefferson Parish—
First National Bank
National Bank of Commerce

87

77

59

42

110
77
225

20
10

Park

49
43
71

20

Grand Avenue Bank

31
5i

Haverhill—
Haverhill National Bank
10o
Merrimack Valley National Bank_20

56

250

Community State Bank

25
25
_100

Gloucester—
Cape Ann Bank & Trust Co
Gloucester National Bank

32
64

MISSOURI
Kansas CityBaltimore Bank
100
Blue Hills Bank of Commerce
20
Central Bank
20
City National Bank & Trust Co 25
Columbia National Hank
25
Commerce Trust Co
20

Bank
Mercantile Bank & Trust
Missouri Bank & Trust Co
National Bank in North KC
Park National Bank
Peoples Bank

Fitchburg—
Safety Fund National Bank

60

38

_10

—_

Fall River National Bank
Fall River Trust

125
81

33%

25

First

Fall River—
Durfee (BMC) Trust Co

22
350

92
31
62
27b

8

78%

Vicksburg—
First National Bank of Vicksburg

56%

x37

50

Lynn Safe Deposit & Trust
Security Trust Co_

Commercial

x54%

25
10

Cambridge—
Cambridge Trust Co

Lexington—
Bank of Commerce

52

10

First National Bank_

._

Everett—
Everett National BankMiddlesex Co National

200
22
37

76%
50%

in
the

MISSISSIPPI

35

12%
England Merchants National

Home National Bank
Natl Bank of Plymouth

Covington—
Covington Trust & Banking Co—10

5

throughout

Jackson—

Beverly—

KENTUCKY

Security

47%

12.50

Harvard Trust Co.

Citizens National Bank

etc.,

Depos Guaranty Bank & Trust

Beverly National Bank
Beverly Trust Co

74

47

71%

Quotation

Brockton—

Fourth National Bank
Union National Bank

68%

Ninth Federal Reserve District.
on page 65.

35%

52%

51

banks,

150

.

25

25

First Bank Stock Corp—
Holds controlling interest

25
—5

Bank
State Street Bank & Trust Co
United States Trust Co

375

100
25

52

Minneapolis—

20

lo

First National Bank
National Shawmut Bank

Topeka—

Topeka State Bank

54

MASSACHUSETTS

KANSAS
Merchants National Bank
State Savings Bank

50

95

Deposit & Trust
City Bank & Trust Co

100
First National Bank of Topeka
10

33

MINNESOTA

25

Trust

Boston—
Boston Safe

Fidelity State Bank

31

Montrose—

Second National Bank

43

Maryland
Hagerstown—

57

10

Montrose State Bank

39%
29

Fredericktown Savings & Trust

40
210
225

54%

54

30

Western

City National Bank
Council Bluffs Savings Bank
State Savings Bank

57
—

10

Lansing—
Michigan National Bank

45

10

—

Frederick Co National Bank

Council Bluffs—

53

350
52 %

Saginaw—

Frederick—
Farm & Mechanics-Citz Natl

1200

10

100
lo

20

60%
78
66

77
76

Union Trust Co_

Central Bank
Citizens Industrial Bank
Old Kent Bank & Trust Co
Union Bank & Trust Co_—

Ask

Aak

Rapids

Grand

Maryland National Bank
10
Mercantile Safe Deposit & Tr Co_10
Cumberland—
First-Second National Bank

Bid

Far

MARYLAND

d Ex-rights, t New stock,

—

x

71
63

NEW HAMPSHIRE
Manchester—

Amoskeag National Bank
Nashua—
Indian Head National BankNashua Trust Co
Second National of Nashua

100
25
25
100

110
90
250

20

60

Portsmouth—
First National Bank

Ex-dividend,

y Ex-stock dividend.

1,200

zEx-50%

stock dividend-

BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES

92
Par

Bid

Bid

NEW JERSEY
Asbury Park—
Asbury Park St Ocean Orove Bk 5
Pirat Merchants National Bank_2.50
Atlantic

29
10 Mi

31

107»

City—

Boardwalk National Bank—
New $10 par (split 2% tor

1)—-

Guarantee Bank St Trust

1

Bayonne—
Broadway National Bank
Bridgeton—

50

Bridgeton National Bank

100

Cumberland National Bank—
Farmers St Merch Natl Bank

100
-20

CamdenCamden Trust Co
-5
First Camden Natl Bk St Tr Co_6 7»
Merch an tvllle Natl Bk St Trust
5

ElizabethCentral Home Trust Co
Elizabethport Banking Co

25

6%

7%

175

49 Va

477s

36
80
75

10

43

46

FreeholdCentral Jersey Bank St Trust Co—1
Hackensack—

23

26

Bergen County National Bank
25
Peoples Tr Co ot Bergen County__5

160
29
31

32%

/

Commercial Trust Co
10
First National Bank
10
Hudson County National Bank—10
Trust Company of New Jersey—2%

Maplewood— >.
Maplewood Bank St Trust

20

Morristown—
First National Iron Bank
Trust Co of Morris County
Mt HollyUnion Natl Bank St Trust

10
20
10

Newark—
Bank of Commerce
Broad National Bank

25
30

Fidelity Union Trust Co

5

Natl Newark St Essex
Banking 10
National State Bank
6.25
New Brunswick—
National Bank of N J
10
New Brunswick Trust Co—
Common
3% class A preferred
Peoples National Bank
Passaic—
Bank of Passaic & Clifton

10
-10
25

10

Faterson—

47

40

28%
11%

50
43

St Trust
First National Bank of

6%

Passaic County
25
Franklin Bank
10
New Jersey Bank St Trust
Co
11
Peoples Bank of Hawthorne
10
Prospect Park National Bank—'— 25
Plainfieid—
Plainfield Trust State Natl
Bank—5
Point Pleasant—
Ocean County National
Bank
50

Rahway—

192
39
69

—

—

32

—

52

50

43

5374
3b%
40 %

5574

38%
42 7a

48

46
14
10
70

Rahway—.

12%

33

99

102

32
42

y4

15

35
43 7»
17

50

40
23

12.50

Toms RiverFirst National Bant

5

Trenton—
Broad Street National Bank
First Trenton National
Bank
Security National BankTrenton Trust Co
Union City—
Hudson Trust Co

24

300

26

—

874

42

3174

50

53

2574

2674

43

47

400

•

_

37%

2lo
Brook)Zl0

40
85
63

43
88
66

10

51

—

Eastern National Bank of
L I (Smithtown)
5
First National Bank (Bay Shore) lo
First National Bank (East Islip)
5
First Natl Bank (Southampton)
10
Hampton Bays National Bank
loo
Natl Bank of Lake Ronkonkoma_20
North Fork Bk & Tr (Mattituck).lo

Oysterman's Bank & Tr (Sayville) 5
Patchogue Bank (Patchogue)— ~5
Peoples Natl Bank (Patchogue)„I5
Seaside Bk (Westhampton Beach)_20
Security Natl Bank of Long Island
(Huntington)
5
Suffolk Co Natl Bk (Riverhead) lo
Tinker Natl Bk (East Setauket)—10
25

8o5
——"

32 7a
65

115

Colnmbus—
City National

30

50

in

~~lo

Empire Trust Co
ZZ__5o
Federation Bank St Trust Co_
10
Fiduciary Trust Co
10
Irving Trust Co
"lo

Trust~CoZl5
25

~

Rochester—
Central Trust Co
'
Lincoln Rochester Trust Co
Security Trust Co

82

10
25
-5

52

62
78

—•

iq
_40

op
20

52%

547a

380
385
83%
8474

8774

8774

34

35
98

21

9774
450
48

74

■

|

12.50

67

NEW YORK

50
47

477a
577»
5674
119
119%
337a
32%
120
157

140
160

74
85

78
89
66

45
53

56

5

29

First Trust & Deposit
Common
2 50
Lincoln National Bank St Trust
Co of Central New York—
10

-ZZZlo

.10

—

10
7%
10

Natl Commerial Bk & Tr Co
State Bank of

Albany

Auburn—
0 ;
National Bank of Auburn
Last sale at $150 on old.
yet

after 25%

on

new

51
80

150

•

BuffaloBank of Buffalo
Liberty Bank and Trust Co
Lincoln National Bank-

10

Watertown—
Northern New York Trust—_—.—25
Watertown National Bank
£._40

10

St Traders Tr Co

5
5

31
41
14
29

Westchester County—
. V ' j ,
County Trust Co (White Plains)—5
First National Bank
(Mount Vernon)
25

44

30%

Cohoes—
Elmira—

Chemung Canal Trust

Co

100 a400
5

27

—

18

20

41

43

4f

46

-

Tompkins County Trust Co
•Sale price,

a

120

—10

54

See comprehensive footnotes

on

(North Tarry town)
First National Bank of
Yonkers

page

93.

140

50

112%

—lo

35%
2874

10

34%

60
59

78

20

Trust Co

10

Mahoning National Bank
Union National Bank

28 V2

OKLAHOMA
54

a5l7a

lo

51

5574

10
10
10

4474

4772

29
43
28

31

6474
347a
16%

6574
35%

7374

7474

10

35

10

Tulsa—
First National Bank St Trust
Fourth National Bank
National Bank of Tulsa
Utica Square National Bank

10

24

38
28
43

15

Oregon_12%

20
20
2o

Security Bank of Oregon
United States National Bank

46
30

1772

Allen town—

First

National Bank

Lehigh Valley Trust Co
Merchants National Bank

10

Altoona Central Bank & Tr Co—10
—

75

—

20
65

41

34

53%

54%

170

.-100

1,000

—

.2.50

;

17%

18

3074

3174

d Ex-rights,

10

59
50

10

35

—.—5

53

10

62

10

53

5
20

41
78

First National Bank

Berwyn—
Upper Main Line Bank
Bryn Mawr—
Bryn Mawr Trust Co
Carlisle
Farmers Trust

Co

Chester—
Delaware County

100

First National Bank

First Weschester National Bank
(New Rochelle)
5
National Bank of Westchester
„5
(White plains)

31

52
53
34

PENNSYLVANIA

com¬

Kings and Queens County—

6074
52
43%

—

Oneida National Bank St Trust

Brooklyn-

85
54
323
38

OREGON

60

62

50
No

51%

50

25
20

:

Youngstown—

Portland—
First National Bank of

'

18

of~the~

Mohawk Valley

stock dividend

National Bank of Cohoes

20

~

Utica—
Bank of Utica
Marine Midland Trust Co

54
84

318
36
60

56

Altoona—

Union National Bank

85
51

84
63

56
104

Oregon (The) Bank of
—

537»

Bank St Trust Co—lo

Bank

Trust—
Liberty National Bank St Trust

Troy—

First Trust Co

Mechanics St Farmers Bank

80

8
1

Oklahoma City—
First National Bank St

312
41
54

302
40

ZZl6

Merchants National Bank

Albany—

54%
45

43

Dollar Savings &

567a

56

25
25

Mohawk National Bank

4774

—

38

120

25
16
50
10

Bank

Ohio Citizens Trust Co
State Bank of Toledo—
Toledo Trust Co

29

27

64

Snffern—
Rockland National Bank
46 74

45

10
.20

—

Lucas County Bank
National Bank of Toledo

Syracuse—

First National Bank

44
82
617a

—10

■

50
2674

26
65

ZZZ25

Citizens Trust Co

23

Co

.

Schenectady—
8

10
25
10
50

.

Toledo-

Bank of Commerce
10
Bank of New York (The)
~I~100
Chase Manhattan Bank
12%
Chemical Bank New York Tr Co
12
Commercial Bank of No America
s
First National City Bank
20

York—ZZZ_20

31

5372

Huntington National Bank
2o
Dayton—
National Bank of Dayton
12.50
Third National Bank & Tr Co_12%
Winters National Bank & Trust—10

130

65

51

Bank

Union Commerce

33
75

4174

25

Co

Central National Bank
Cleveland Trust Co

Society Corp vtc

—

39%
36%

<.-

National City

.

65
23

22

First National Bank of Canton__lo
Harter Bank St Trust Co
100

Provident Bank
South Ohio National

63

60

Continental Bank—s—
50
63

4172

60

Cleveland—
Capital Bank

—

—

n66

National Bank
Northslde Bank St Trust Co_.

80

40

.

57

5

First

72
26

•

5

Co

Firestone Bank
First National Bank——
Canton—
Canton National BankAJlIUe JJOUn.
—
Dime Bank —

Cincinnati—

16%

75
38
45
60
65

275

OHIO

Central Trust Co
Fifth-Third Union Trust

jl5

61

Co. .10'

30

Akron—

Peoples Merchants Trust
5

~

Trade Bank & Trust Co.
Underwriters Trust Co
U S Trust Co of New

Albuquerque—




30%

357a

Morgan Guaranty Trust Co

44

NEW MEXICO

Ithaca—

27
28

50

Schenectady Trust Co

Manufacturers

26

48

New York City Trust Cos—
American Trust Co
Bankers Trust Co

25

20

.

See

54

10372
25%

County__5

Branch Banking St Trust
Winston-Salem—
Wachovia Bank St Trust

51

53

28

8

Wilson—

38

10

3274

95

Raleigh—

35

Valley Natl Bank of Long Island—5

2574

3174

5

Durham—
Central Carolina Bank St Trust—25
Mechanics & Farmers Bank
5

First-Citizens Bank & Trust

Long Island—

Grace National Bank
100
Merchants Bank of N Y
~6 25
Royal National Bank
_5
Sterling National Bank St Trust—15

170

M

al.OOO

37
21
First National Bank (Glen Head)_5 a500
Franklin National Bank of
48

Manufacturers Hanover

Rutherford

mon

*

45

Meadow Brook National Bank
5
Nassau Trust Co (Glen Cove)
Is
Oceanside Natl Bk (Oceanside7_10o
Peninsula Natl Bk (Cedarhurst)_6.25
Second National Bank St Trust

2474

5

First Union National Bank
North Carolina National Bank

Hickory—
First Natl Bk of Catawba

——
'

5

35

10

Charlotte—

230

Newburgh—
Highland National Bank

58

54

50

.

I

119

100

Bridgehampton National Bank-

Rutherford—
National
Community Bank

as

...

75

Z_5o

Long Island (Nassau County)—
Bank of Rockville Centre Tr Co 100
Bank of Westbury Trust12 5o
Community Bank (Lynbrook) " 207a

Bank of Babylon
Bank of Smithtown
Bk of Suffolk Co (Stony

Monmouth County National
Bk—1

quotatloh

—

300

Long Island (Suffolk County)

13

10

NORTH CAROLINA

73

(Hempstead)

30%

115

Asheville—
Bank of Asheville

New York City Banks—

Broadway Bank

of

40
60
52

37
58

20

_

4.60 preferred
~ ~ioo
Hempstead Bank
5
Ixrng Island Natl Bk (Hicksville)—5
Long Island Tr Co (Garden City)_5
Matinecock Bank (Locust Valley) 5

31

12.50

Scarsdale National Bank St Trust
Co (Scarsdale)

—

50
75

~10

_

Jersey City—

Red Bank—

10
National Bank of Far Rockaway_100
United Industrial Bank
100
United Natl Bank of Long Island.10

Natl Bank

(Chappapua)

30

Common

Haddonfield—
5

36

County National Bank (Mineola)-lo
First Natl Bank (Farmingdale)_100

42%

Haddonfield National Bank

32
54

5
5

State of N Y National Bank

84
80
45%

State Bank of

Kings and Queens County—
Bensonhurst National Bank
Central State Bank

Kingston—
Kingston Trust Co
Rondout National Bank

20
20
10

National State Bank
Union County Trust Co

5

~

1

133
250
36

48%
46%

10

Kings County Trust Co
Lafayette National Bank

27

Ask
Northern Westchester

Jamestown—
Bank of Jamestown
First National Bank

Natl Bank

Doylestown—
Doylestown Natl Bank St Trust
Doylestown Trust Co
Harrisburg—
Dauphin Deposit Trust Co
Harrisburg National Bank &
Trust Co
Keystone Trust Co

10

63%

2874

66
28

57
—

—

113
29

20

2874

10
.10

5472

Lancaster—
Farmers Bank St Trust.
Fulton National Bank—

10

20
.10

t New stock, x Ex-dividend, y Ex-10% stock dividend, z Ex-25%

69

66

29
68

42

44

stock dividend.

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF

•

f

Lemoyne Trust Co
McKeesport—
Peoples Union Bank & Tr

Ask

Bid

Par

Lemoyne—

39%

—10

10

34%

—

Montgomery County Bk & Trust_10
Philadelphia Banks—
Central-Penn National Bank
10
First Pennsylvania
Banking & Trust Co
5
Philadelphia National Bank
10
Second National Bank of Phila—10

32%

33

56

56%

31%
54%

31%
56

Co—12.50

Natl Bank_10

Cumberland County
National Bank & Trust

Norristown—

Philadelphia Trust

43

Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Co

5

10

Frankford Trust Co
10
Girard Trust-Corn Exchange Bk_10
Industrial Valley Bank & Trust—5

Liberty Real Estate Bk & Tr Co__ 10
Pennsylvania Warehousing & Safe
Deposit Co
100
Provident Tradesmen's Bk & Tr_12
Sonsitaly Bank & Trust Co
50
Pittsburgh—
Allegheny Valley Bank
50
Avalon Bank
50
Brookline Savings & Trust
12.50
Commonwealth Bank & Tr Co—100
Hazlewood Bank (The)
10

Dollar Savings

Mellon Natl Bank & Trust Co

Deposit Bank

Pittsburgh National Bank
St Clair Deposit Bank
Union National Bank
Pottsville—
Miners National Bank

33%
8%

5

100
10
40

84%
73%
a70%
29%

75%

90
140
55
48
35
250
77
90

Trust Co
Peoples Trust-City Bank
Reading Trust Co

80
43

41
28
42

10

Williamsport—
First National Bank
West Branch Bank & Trust

Memphis—
First National Bank
10
National Bank of Commerce
_lo
State Savings Bank—
100
Tri-State Bank of Memphis
100
Union Planters National Bank—10
Nashville—
Union Bank
10
First Amer National Bank
10
Third National Bank in Nashville_lo

American Bank & Trust Co__
Bank of Services & Trust Co
East Dallas Bank & Trust

First National Bank
Grand Avenue Bank & Trust
Greenville Ave State Bank
Grove State Bank
Hillcrest State Bank
Industrial National Bank—
Lakewood State Bank
Mercantile National Bank
Merchants State Bank
National Bank of Commerce
Northwest National Bank
Oak Cliff Bank & Trust Co
Park Cities Bank & Trust
Preston State Bank__
;

41

•Sale

price,

20

42
55

10

a

42%

52

10

50
29

38

40

100

Bank

220

10o
10

45

National Bank of Commerce
Seaboard Citizen National Bk

38

5
10

39%

86

Portsmouth—
American National Bank
Citizens Trust Co
Merchants & Farmers Bank—

10
100
10

Richmond—
Central National Bank
!
First & Merchants Natl Bank
Southern Bank & Trust

44%
36%
46%

7.50
lo
15

65%

64
225

33%

35%

__

__

44
48%

47%
82

United

37%
38
75

Virginia Bank Shares Inc.lO
Virginia Commonwealth Corp
10
Trust

Co

20

Roanoke—
Colonial-Amer National Bank
First National Exchange Bank
Mountain Trust Bank

lo
10

38%
38%
__

42%

__

48
42

lo

50

60

30
62
59
430

__

43

Virginia

45

25%

12

10
10
10
20
12%

._10

WASHINGTON
Seattle—
Marine Bancorporation
Pacific National Bank

29%

31%

27
38
70

29
41

31

35

No

Peoples National Bank of Wash
Seattle-First National Bank
Seattle Trust & Savings Bank

172
35%

34
70

20
lo

64%

65%

20

53

55

Spokane—
First National Bank in Spokane_100
Old National Bk of Washington
10

130

135

National Corp

42%

41

10
loo

Tacoma—
Puget Sound National Bank

41
525

550

10

Washington Trust Bank

38%

169

par
10

43

45

67%

70

42%

.100 1,000
-20
74
-10
.-10
-20
_10

_10

University State Bank
Arthur—
National Bank

WEST VIRGINIA
Huntington—
First Huntington National
Guaranty National Bk
Twentieth Street Bank

52%
95
32

73

12%

(The)

90

45

55
76

t

Half Dollar Trust & Sav Bank
South Wheeling Bk & Trust Co

78

50

25

Wheeling—

74
60
500

2o

South Main State Bank

61

59
30
84
40
60
51

„5
-20
_20
-10
.100

Security Natl Bank & Trust Co
Wheeling Dollar Sav & Tr Co

25

69

25
20

110
75

25

89

98

101%
47%
49%

Alamo National Bank—
New $10 par split 2 for 1—

National Bank
First National Bank
Frost National Bank
Bexar County

Groos National Bank

40

70

See comprehensive footnotes below,

d Ex-rights.

tNew stock,

Milwaukee
American State Ban!
Marshall & Hsley Bank.

50
41

—

31

—

10
x

60
53

City Bank & Trust Co

5o
10
30
100 1,350
100
39

Kelly Field National Bank—
Split two-for-one
National Bank of Commerce

WISCONSIN

—

San Antonio—

—

lo

20

Port

Greenville—

Peoples National Bank

50

21
60

Texas National Bank

Columbia—
First National Bank of South
5

41%

%

101

Reagan State Bank.

SOUTH CAROLINA
5

20
20

20

—10
Bank- 20

National Bank of Commerce
North Side State Bank

First

10

2o
10

20

-20
Long Point National Bank
MacGregor Park National Bank. -20

59%
39%

45

Norfolk—

60

Houston Bank & Trust Co
Houston National Bank
Lockwood Natl Bk of Houston. _10

28

42

VIRGINIA
38

-20

Harrisburg National Bank

Providence—

12

Lynchburg—
Lynchburg Natl Bk & Trust Co_10

Old

Fidelity Bank & Trust Co
First City National Bank

RHODE ISLAND

35
33
36
28

Houston—

Chimney Rock National
Citizens State Bank

35

53
85

Montpelier—

Worth—

31

22%

55
37
76

80

50
60
48
55
14

20
100

American Bank & Trust Co
Bank of the Southwest N A
Central National Bank

York—

80
25

39

75

10

60

Drover & Mechanics Natl Bank—10
First National Bank
10
Industrial Natl Bank West York—10
National Bank & Trust Co of
Central Pennsylvania
i
10
York Bank & Trust Co
33

37%

67%

Continental National Bank

42
32

49
80

Brattleboro—
Vermont Bank & Trust Co

33

68

20

First National Bank
Fort Worth National Bank
Riverside State Bank
Union Bank

60

36
72

VERMONT
31

20

El Paso National Bank
Southwest National Bank
State National Bank

30
50
38

54%

33

Co_20

El Paso—
Chelmont State Bank

41
30%

53%

57 %
60
200
209
105
110
59
62%

33
30

12

105

10
10

Carolina

20

Wynnewood State Bank—

20
-10
10

-50
Citizens Trust Co.
-10
Columbus National Bank_
Industrial National Bank
.10
of Rhode Island
Plantation Bank of Rhode Island_10
Rhode Island Hospital Trust Co—10

24

10
10

54

Fort

10
10

20
10

Empire State Bank
Exchange Bank & Trust Co
Fair Park National Bank
First Citizens Bank of Dallas

52

63

67

Trust

44%
8%

TEXAS

South Oak Cliff State Bank—
Texas Bank & Trust Co

71

34

25

Dallas—

23%

48
50
127
52
68

Co—10

Tracy-Collins Bank & Trust Co_6.25
Walker Bank & Trust Co
25
Zions First National Bank
10

Salt Lake City—
Continental Bank &

Rutland—
Rutland County

Republic National Bank

41
65

52
43
8

55

1.25
Co—25c

-

Montpelier National Bank

38

35
50

Charleston—
Citizens & Southern Natl Bank
South Carolina National Bank

315

36%
22 %

20

Wyoming National Bank

310

5
5
10

East Scranton State Bank
25
Green Ridge Bank
12.50
North Scranton Bank & Trust
15
Northeast Pa Natl Bank & Tr__18
Scranton National Bank
50
South Side Bank & Trust
25
Third National Bank & Trust
25
West Side Bank
25

Hanover National Bank new
Miners National Bank

100

55

Scranton—

Wilkes-Barre—
First National Bank

86

20

Reading—
Berks County

76

n45

10

83

Knoxville—
Hamilton National Bank

85%

160

Ask

Commercial Securiy Bank
First Security Corp
First Security Investment

85

11

41

40

10

Tr—20
2o

34

70%
30%

Bid

Par

Ask

Ogden—

American National Bank &
Hamilton National Bank

Commerce

Cos—

Broad Street Trust Co
Citizens & Southern Bank

North Side

UTAH
Bid

Chattanooga
46

Western Pennsylvania
New Cumberland—

MARCH 29, 1963

TENNESSEE
Par

45
44

Iron & Glass

93

BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES

April, 1963

First Wisconsin National Bank-

Home

32

30

Savings Bank

56

52
45

20
20

32
48

Marine Corp
Mitchell St State Bank

10

53

20

50

West

20

47

Bknk

Layton Park State
Side Bank

54

Ex-dividend, y Ex-5% stock dividend, z Ex-50% stock dividend.

Comprehensive Footnotes for Banks and Trust Companies
(Mergers, Acquisitions, Etc.)
American Bank & Trust Co. (New Haven)
stockholders have approved merger with and
into Second National Bank (New Haven).
Merger was effective March 15 and American
holders received 1.165 share for each share

held.

of Rockville Centre Trust Co. (N. Y.)
stockholders approve acquisition of all assets

Bank

by Chemical Bank N. Y. Trust Co.

If

agencies approve stockholders
receive 14 shares for each share held.

latory

regu¬

will

Canton National
Bank
(Bait.) stockholders
vote on April 23 on proposed merger with
and into American National of Silver Spring,
Md. If approved holders will receive 13 $10




(Farmingdale, N. Y.)
Bankers Trust Co.
(N. Y.) and existing subsidiary, but pres¬
ently inactive may acquire shares by ex¬
change of 12 Bankers Trust shares for each
share held.
Proposal has been filed with

First

(Washington, D. C.) to be
acquired by Riggs National Bank, five shares
to be exchanged for each one, subject to
approval of Comptroller of Currency.

Bank of Commerce

par

Citizens National Bank (Los Ang.) proposed
merger with and into Crocker-Anglo Na¬
tional Bank (San Fran.) by exchange of 1.9
shares for each share outstanding. Merger
is subject to acceptance of Citizens directors.

shares for each $100 par shares held.

National

holding

state
First

Bank

company

of

and Federal regulatory

National

Bank

agencies.

(Southampton,

N.

Y.)

with and into Security National Bank
(Huntington, N. Y.) became effective
March 14. Stockholders received four shares
merger
of L. I.

for each share held.
First National Bank A Trust Co. (Okla. City)
share exchange offer made by First Okla¬
homa Bancorporation (seven for one).

Girard

Trust

stockholders

Corn

Exchange

approve

Bank

merger

with

(Phila.)

Phila¬

delphia National Bank. Name of new insti¬
tution will be Philadelphia Girard National
Bank & Trust Co. Girard stockholders will
receive 1.2875 shares for each share held,
and Philadelphia stock will be exchanged
share-for-share.
Home National Bank

holders
merger

will

vote

(Brockton, Mass.) stock¬
April 3 on proposed

on

with Plymouth National Bank of
Plymouth, under title of Plymouth-Home

National Bank.
If approved, stockholders
of Home will receive 5.1515 $10 par shares
of new bank for each share held, and holders

of

Plymouth 2.4615 shares for each one held.

of Cohoes (N. Y.) proposed
and into Manufacturers Na¬
tional Bank of Troy is subject to approval

National

merger

Bank

with

of stockholders and

regulatory agencies.

Securities Galled for Redemption
We

attempting to indicate in this tabulation not ONLY the issues being called for redemption, but also
offers, special interest payments OR dissolutions
the various companies (both listed and over-the-counter issues) quoted in this Record.
are

the details of any contemplated mergers, purchase or exchange
of

BONDS
Atlanta Gas Light Co. 5VsS Oct. 1, 1982, entire
issue called for redemption on April 27 at

106.10.

Long Island Lighting Co. 5V4S series K, due
July l, 1989, entire issue called for redemp¬
tion

April 17 at 106.77.
Texas Industries, Inc. 4.60s due June 1, 1975,
entire issue called for redemption on April 26
on

at 101.

Underwood Corp. 5Vis due Oct. 1, 1971, entire
issue called, for redemption on April 22 at
103. Convertible into common at $21.70 per
share to April 8.
Utah Power & Light Co. 5 Vis due Oct. 1. 1987,
entire issue called for redemption on April 22
at 106.24.

Agricultural Insurance Co. see Channing Finan¬
cial Corp. in this tabulation.
American Insurance Co. (Newark, N. J.) pro¬
posed acquisition by Firemen's Insurance
Co. of San Francisco is contingent on ap¬
proval of capital increase and acceptance
by holders of 80% of American shares. If
approved holders will receive one share of
new common for each share held.
Ansonia Wire & Cable Co. shares were split
two-for-one on Feb. 26, to holders of record
Feb. 21.
Astron Corp. merged with Renwell Electronics

Corp. to form Renwell Industries, Inc. Each
Astron common is being exchanged for l/9th
common

share

of

combined

company.

Manufacturing Co. 4Vfe% pfd.. entire
issue called for redemption on April 15 at
$105 per share plus 18%c dividend.
Blue List Publishing Co. stockholders approve
acquisition by Standard & Poor's Corp.
Holders receive .45 share for each one held.




approval.
Channing Corp. new holding company is Chan¬
ning Financial Corp. Formation is to acquire
stock of company and several other firms.
Channing Financial will receive 1.7 common
shares in exchange for each company share.
Others will receive as follows: 10.6 shares
for each Federal Life and Casualty Co. share,
5.1 shares for each Wolverine Insurance Co.
class A share, 1.9 shares for each Secured
Insurance Co. share, and two 80 cents conv.

pfd. shares for each Agricultural Insurance
Co. share.
Commerce

STOCKS

Bates

Bush Terminal Buildings Co. stockholders will
vote on April 17 on possible liquidation
which would result in initial distribution of
about $36 per share.
Company expects to
distribute about $40 a share within year of

Drug Co. company acquired for
cash and stock by Maradel Products Inc.
Milner Corp. stockholders approve ac¬
quisition by American Cyanamid Co.
E & B Brewing Co. merged into Associated
Brewing Co. Stockholders received one share

Dumas

for each five held.
Federal
Life &
Casualty

Co. see Channing
in this tabulation.
General Telephone Co. of the Southeast 5.80%
preferred, entire issue called for redemption
on April 20 at $26.25
per share plus $0.00806
Financial Corp.

dividend.

Gradiaz-Annis & Co. proposed acquisition bv
General Cigar Co. calls for exchange 3/5th
common share for each share held.
Jones & Lamson Machine Co. if stockholders
approve

may

be

acquired

by

Pneumo-

Dynamics Corp.
Lenahan Aluminum Window Corp. may merge
with and into Pacific Coast Co. Stockholders
will vote on the proposal on May 8.

Meehan-Tooker Co., Inc. acquired by Blue List
Publishing Co. effective February 28.

Mobile Rentals Corp. acquired by National
General Corp. on a share-for-share basis.
North Shore Gas Co. (Illinois) merged with
and into Peoples Gas Light & Coke Co.
Stockholders to receive 3A share common for
each share held. *
Northern Insurance Co. (N. Y.) stock purchase
offer provides that Maryland Casualty Co.
would acquire company's stock
of stock on a share-for-share

Maryland's 5%
Oz

basis

after

common

stock

stock dividend.

Corp.

Publishing

by exchange

80%

of

acquired by America Corp.
Pacotronics, Inc. see Transvision

Electronics

in this tabulation.
Postal Life Insurance Co. stockholders approve

merger with and into Bankers Security Life
Insurance Society.
Two shares are being

exchanged for each share held.
Sagamore Mfg. Co. 80% of stock acquired by
United Industrial Syndicate,
Inc. through
purchase offer at $12 per share.
Secured Insurance Co. see Channing Financial
Corp. in this tabulation.
Transvision Electronics, Inc. may merge with
Pacotronics, Inc. into a new corporation to
be called Precision Apparatus, Inc.
Water Industries Capital Corp. directors voted
to recommend

to stockholders that the cor¬

poration be dissolved and its assets be dis¬
tributed. Date has not been set for meeting,
proposal also subject to approval of SB A.
Webster Publishing Co. may merge with and
into McGraw-Hill Publishing Co. If approved
each

Ya

share

share of

of
a

Webster stock will receive
class of McGraw stock.

new

Wolverine Insurance Co. see Channing Finan¬
cial Corp. in this tabulation.

Zonolite Co. acquisition by W. R. Grace & Co.
by exchange of 1.02 common shares for each
four held is set for completion on April 10.

April, 1963

95

New York Stock

Exchange—Bonds

Continued from page 15

Sales in
March
Value

New York

Price Jan. 2,

Stock Exchange

1963

$

BONDS

Interest
Period

Vanadium Corp of America—
3y8s conv subord debs
1969
4%s conv subord debs—1976

J-D
M-S

6,000

92,000
135,000

10,000

13,000

6,000

Vendo (The) Company—
4Vis conv subord debs
1980
Virginia Electric & Power—
1st & ref M 2%s ser E_1975
1st & ref M 3s
ser F-1978
1st & re" M 2%s ser G-1979
1st & ref M 2%s ser H-1980
1st & ref M 3%s ser I_1981
1st & ref M 3y4s ser J-1982
Va & Southw 1st
Gen mtge 4y4s

12,000

gtd 5s—2003
1983
Virginia Ry 3s series B—1995
1st lien & ref M 3y4s ser C '73
1st lien & ref 4s ser F_1983

6^ 000

150,000

6s subord income debs.2008
Vornado Inc—
5s conv subord debs—.—1982

8,000

Wabash RR Co—
Gen mtge 4s ser A Jan 1981

3

34,000

Gen inc 4%s ser B Jan 1991
1st mtge 3%s ser B—__1971

MS
M-S
M-S
»r-D
M-S
J-D
A-O

Opening
Bid

or
Ask

79

85

79%

Sale

106

Sale

86%

17,000

60,000
40,000
<92,000

89%
86%

87

J-J
M-S
M-N

84%
75%

105

Mar 19

86

87 y2 Mar 1
Mar 26

Mar 22

Mar 11

87% Mar

86

80

77

1
Mar 12

109

Mar

8

Sale

Prices

Feb 13
Mar 26

104

86% Mar 25

Highest

86

Jan

3

Mar 22

90
82

Feb 21
Jan 25

114

Jan 15

86% Jan

8

A-O
M-N
F-A

90
91%

92

116%

M-S

91%

Sale

April

74

April

73%
87 y8
33 y4

88

__

—

89 %

88

88%

87 y4 Mar

5

87% Mar

88% Mar 13
5

87% Jan 11
86% Feb 11

89% Feb 20
87% Mar 5

Sale

.77% Mar

4

77% Mar

77% Jan 17
90% Jan 18

90% Jan 23

86

91%

.'

77%
90
91%
119%

88%

87%

91%

__

_

89%
__

84

_

.

___

__

76%

91%

_

.77%
"

'

90
91%
120

Sale

Sale

S0y2 Mar 27

95

Mar

79
Mar 4
74% Mar 18
89% Mar 19

80

75%

79

75%

81%

Sale

82

77

80

88%
Sale

88%
37
86
98 y4
80
92

89%
37
86
98 Va

91%
40%

A-O
J-J

98

May

98
105
86

85 %
98

79%

___

99
85
—

57%
57%

99 y8

Sale
Sale

59y4
58

_

..

99
85

80

92;

—

Sale
60
59

98%
59%

98

15

91% Feb
120 y8 Jan

19
31

96% Feb

7

74
Jan
73% Jan
87% Jan
33% Jan

Mar 12

Sale

Jan

90% Mar 27

82

91.

78

19
7

2

80

2
4

Feb 27
89% Mar 19

91% Feb

119% Mar

120

Sale

40%

4

4

95

95%
80%

Registered
2361
Maryland Ry Co—
Gen mtge 4s ser A
1969
1st mtge 3y2s ser C
1979

107

;

J-J
A-O

1966
2361

77

106

——

99 y4 100

West Penn Power—
1st mtge 3%s ser I
West Shore 1st 4s gtd

1967

90

79

85%

__

J-J
J-J
J-J

mtge 3s gtd

85%

77%

105% 109

Lowest
Sale
Prices

Sale
Prices

'

91

Gen

1970

or

Ask

Highest

____

M-N

Wash Term 2%s ser A
Westchester Lightg 3%s

Bid

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

lowest
Sale
Prices

'

1979

gtd 3%S 2000

Closing

Sale
Sale

87%
79%

87%

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

Warren RR 1st ref

March 29

_

West Penn Electric 3%s—1974

2,000

prices in marchMarch 1
Opening or
Bid
Ask

Mar 11

117% Jan

1

Mar 8
89% Mar 19

2

Mar 12

82

40% Feb 18

•"

Sale
85

98% Mar 22

98% Mar 12

98

15

99

Jan

92

—

Jan

Feb~13

92

Feb~13

100
61
61

Jan
7
Mar 19
Mar 7

59

99
Sale
Sale

98% Mar 14
59% Mar 4
58 y2 Mar .4

99 y8 Mar 1
61
Mar 19
61
Mar 7

98% Mar 14
57% Jan .2
57 y4 Jan
2

97%

Sale

96 V2 Mar 22

98% Mar

95% Jan
2
80 y2 Jan 25

7

Western

50,000

7~000

13~000
355,000

5y2s debentures

Westinghouse Elec 2s/ss

48,000
6,000

60,000

1982

Western Pacific RR 3y8s_1981
5s income debentures
1984
Western Union Tel 5Vis—1987

1971

Wheeling & Lake Erie RR—
Gen & ref M 2%s ser A_1992
Wheeling Stl 3y4s ser C—1970
1st mtge 3Vis ser I>
1967
3%s conv debentures—1975
Whirlpool Corp 3V2s
1980

F-A

M-S

May

4~boo

A4»/2s inc ser A_Jan 1 2029
Wisconsin Elec Pwr 2%s_1976
1st mtge 27/8s
—1979
Wisconsin Pub Serv 3Vis_1971

j-j

51,000

Yonkers Elec Lt & Pr 25/8s_'76
Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co
1st mtge 4%s ser H_.
1990

2,000

*

....

98%
98%
86%
86%
97%

J-J

46,000
369,000

Sale
106

75%

Wilson & Co 4y8s sf debs_ 1978
Wisconsin Central RR Co—
1st mtge 4s ser A
2004

1W00

__

M-S

J-J
J-D

M-S
J-J

A-O

Negotiability impaired by maturity.
selling flat.

A Bond

„

97%
80%

..

——

70

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

_

100
102
78 y8
98 y8 1001/2
106
107%
89
__

99

67%
66%

69

Sale

____

90
_____

—

99% 100%

99 y4 Mar

7

98% 100%
106
89

Sale

98 y8 Mar 8
105y2 Mar 25

98% Mar

5

Jan 21

80% Jan 25
100% Feb
7

97% Jan
4
104'% Feb
6
88% Jan 22

107% Feb 21
88y2 Jan 22

~7

98

___

'

98% Mar

8

Sale

67%
84 y4

Sale

69
66

85

84% Mar

4
1
4

83%

84

85

«...

...

——

83%

85

92%
79

—

92%

_

100%

Mar~25

•-

99%

——

5

■

93

86%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Mar

_________.

99 % Mar 26
99% Mar 27
89 y2 Mar 4

99

107

•

99% 100 y4
99%
89 %

100% Mar 25

__

71

99%
91

Mar

100

5

71

76%

76%
99%
98%
89%
86%
97%

.

_____

_________

'

99% Mar

6
99% Mar 27
91
Mar 14

—

99

Jan
98% Jan
88% Jan

86% Jan 16
97% Jan 10

______

99..

7
11
3

Mar 12

99% Mar 6
99% Feb 14
91% Feb 19
86% Jan 16
99
Mar 12.

79

65 ya

57

80
102

104

102

Sale

either

102

partially

None.
a

by such companies

t Odd-lot sale.

r

Mar
Mar

81

'

Deferred delivery sale,
Cash sale,

71% Mar
68% Mar
'84y4 Mar

5
5

92% Mar

103%

or

102

Mar

called for
entirely:

65% Jan
Jan
83% Jan

57

4

-

___

IT The following bonds have been

redemption,

t Companies reported as being in bankruptcy
receivership or being reorganized under Section
77 of the Bankruptcy Act or securities assumed




80

4

92% Mar ' 4

1

102ViMar26

■-

'

-

.■

71% Mar
68% Mar
84y4 Mar

5
5

4

.__ ■

92% Mar

102

3
2
2
4

Jan 30

93%

JaiT~4

102y4 Mar 26

Sold ex-interest.
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:
:
x
e

None.

American
Continued Irom page 39

American

Aggregate Sales
Since
Jan. 1

in

March
126.000
17,000

391.000

372,000

941,000

94,000

211,000

341,000

240,000
35,000

78,000

2,000
22,000

Opening

BONDS

s

s

Bid

Natl Bellas Hess 6s
1984
National General 5%s—1974
National Research 5s—1976

Sale

70

38,656
33,000
135,000

69,000
501,000

Rapid-American 7s
5%s conv sub debs

1977

125
98
90

26,000

42,000

lYa% sub deb ww

1972

7,000

38,000

230,000
7,000

691,000
16,000
12,000

6,000

2,000
24,000

17,000

41,000
37,000

2,000
10,000

110,000
123,000

32,000
38,000

33,000
26,000
33,000

6,000
2,000

19,000
11,000

34,000

8,000
19,000
7.000

64,000
67,000
132,000

44,000

194,000

26,000

76.000

12,000

24,000

1,000
12,000

7,000

87,000

Realty Equities Corp—

Safe Harbor Wt Pr 3s_1981
Southern Cal Edison 3s_1965
3 V»s series A
1973
1973
series B
3s
1976
2Ybs series C
1976
3Vss series D
1978
3Yas series E
1979
3s
series P
:
1981
3%s series G
1982
4.y4s series H
1982
4%s series
1982
4Yas series J_
1983
4%s series K
1985
5s
series L
4%s series
1986
4%s series
1987
4y«8 series
4'As series P
1987

274,000

14,000
32,000

82,000
57,000
53,000
347,000

America 6% a.
1973
United Improvement &
Investment Corp 6s
1976
U S Natural Gas 6s
1977
Wash Water Pr 3%s
1964
Webb & Knapp Inc 5s_1974

24,000
208,000

Sale

94 Ya

101 Ys

Sale

Sale

85

Mar 27

89

Mar 14

85

Mar 27

84

87

82

Mar

7

84

Mar 26

72

Jan

84

85

Feb

85

98% Mar

f

Feb
Jan
Jan

85
99
86
88 3/4

mmmm

85

91

86/2

87%
Sale
94y2

11

87

89

92%

93
87
Sale

85Y2
93 YB

100

Sale

103%
103

104

102% 103 Ya
100 1/4
96
100
101%

Sale

96

»■

~4

Mar 25
ln

I

99
Mar 12
91Y8 Mar 1

- - -i,

Mar 1
92% Mar 26
87

86
Mar 22
92 Ya Mar 7
100
Mar 27
102
Mar
1
104
Mar 22

103

Mar 25

1043/4 Mar

5
100 Ya Mar 12

87% Mar 19
923/4 Mar 14
86

Mar 22
8

93% Mar
Mar
101

4

1033/4 Mar 21
105

Mar 8
Mar 13

1033/4
105% Mar

6

102% Mar

Mar

4

101 Yb Mar

1

5
103Ys Mar 18
101% Mar 7
102
Mar 26

103
101

Mar 21

93% Feb

4

26
2
85
Mar 25
88% Jan
2

6

86% Jan 22

i„

111m

■

103 YB

101%

—

!

Mar 26

Sale

f,
s f

91% Jan 15

102% 1041/2
104Ys 107

103
101

_

5
1
5

89

103% 1033/4
1043/4 107
97
102/4

n

Mar
Mar
Mar

17

89

86 Ya
92 %
94%
101
100
Sale
102
104

M

127
100
91

Jan

97

Sale

923/4

103% ■mm
104% 106
101 Ys
102 Y4

125

27

Sale
Sale

91

87

Sale

92% Mar 25
973A Mar 19

__

Feb

88

111®/* Mar 18

97
90

99

86%

'

92% 93%
100/4 101 %
Sale
104%

26
2
14
4
90% Jan
86% Jan 22

87

89

98% Jan

Mar

99
92

1

92% Mar 26
86
Mar 22
92 Ya Feb 18

99% Feb
102
104
103

104%

Feb
Jan
Jan
Jan
Mar
Jan

106

Jan

87%
93%
101%
104 Y4

7

Mar 1
Jan
2
Mar 25

105

104% Jan 17
100% Mar 12
1023/4 Jan

Feb 20
1

94% Feb

11
11

10
4
8
10

3
9
104 va Jan 28

103% Jan

Jan

2
17

100% Feb

1

1013/4 Mar 21

101

102

Mar 26

943/4

Sale

94%

1—

94%

Sale

94 y4 Mar 29

943,4 Mar 20

94% Mar 29

95% Feb 26

91

91%

91 y4

92 y2

913/4

92 Ya

913/4 Mar

913/4 Mar

91% Jan 17

91% Feb 15

94

Mar 22

94

93 Ya Jan 24

94% Jan

90

Mar 14

87% Feb
66% Jan

7

92

8
Feb 25

73% Mar 14

90% Mar 26
75
Mar 13

3

75

Mar 13

90Ya Mar

7

92% Mar 19

90 Ya Mar

7

Mar 13
Mar 6
Mar 7
Mar 22

164
Mar 7
99 % Mar 19
70
Mar 4

90
67

92

91

92%

93%
89

73%

72%

75

75%

90%
76 Ya

100

Sale

913/4

92%

92

Sale

93 Ya

93%

Telereglster Corp 6s
1980
Transportation Corp of

69,000

«...

79

104

99

Feb
7
93
Jan 15
Feb
7
100
94% Jan 24
Mar 5
127
100
Jan 14

Mar

108% Jan 25

90

983/4
91 Ya
89 V*

n

93%

77
98

8

104% Mar 26
82 Ya Jan 10
105
Jan 30

Mar 27
Mar 29
Mar 4

85
Sale

— —

66% Mar 19
96 Ya Jan 22
Feb 20
90
97 Y4 Mar 19
4
94% Feb
124
Jan
8
Mar 29
97
Jan
89
9

Mar

__

Sale
Sale

81

85

Szabo Food Service 6s__1973

220,000

80

86%

8

97% Mar 18
92 y4 Mar 25
99
Mar 25

94 %
125
127

__

87

75

South Calif Gas 3y»s
1970
Southern Counties Gas
of California 3s
1971
Southwestern Gas &
Electric 3%s A
1970

59,000

88%

'

71

97

98%

__

90

85
99
89
88 Ya

66% Mar 19

97 Ys

106 Va
86

81%

Sale

88

Broadcasting &
Development 6s
1976

Reeves

Sale

97
92 y4

Sale

__

Sale

Mar
1
85% Mar 25
1113/4 Mar 18

68

111%

97 y4 97Ye
92 y4
97 Y4 100

129

Sale
Prices

Sale

Sale

Sale

94%
125%
100

Highest

107

70

96%

Ask

Lowest
Sale
Prices

104% Mar 26
84 V* Mar
1
109
Mar 1

109

__

94 ya

Bid
105
85

_

973/4

Closing or

or

Ask

Sale

Sale

Penn Water & Pw 3%s_1964
3 Vis
1970

March 29

107
84 y4

Sale

97 ye
90

30.000
8,000
58,000

1957

Bid

Sale
Sale

1968
1971

Pub Serv El & Gas 6s—1998

Opening

or

82%
108

Nuclear Corp of America—
5%s conv debs
1976

Ohio Power 3Yis
1st mortgage 3s

March 1

Ask

107

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices

-PRICES IN MARCH-

Price Jan. 2,
1963

Stock Exchange

87
146

98
160

94
140

96
155

99%
Sale

99
69 Va

99% 100 V*
70% Sale

943A
155
99
63

96
165
99%

Sale

94
155
99
62

7

95

7

Mar 22

Mar

8

101 Ya Jan

90
Feb
1
140% Jan 31
983/4 Jan 18
62
Mar 22

2

100

Jan 10

164

Mar

7

99% Jan
3
70% Jan 11

FOREIGN GOVERNMENT
AND MUNICIPALITIES
ABaden

(Germany)7s
1981
ADanzig Port <fc Water¬
ways Board 6%s
1952

3,000

5Y»s series A

1967

97%

4%f>

1967
1949

94%

97%

—

3,000

2,000

—

series B
AHanover (Prov) 6%s

110

6%

6%

13%

German Sav Bank & Clear
Assn debt adjust debs

120

120

120

__

97% Mar

4

97% Mar

4

97% Feb

97% Feb 8
Feb 25

95

95

95
110

95
110

_

97%

__

9

8
Feb 25

Maranhao

24,000
18,000

3,000

(State of) Brazil
Stpd pursuant to Plan A
Int red to 2Y»%
2008

Mtge Bk of Denmark 5s_1972

99

99%

65
99 y4

70
99 Ys

99%

70
99 Ys

99% Mar

(Brazil)—
Stpd pursuant to Plan A
Int red to 2%%
2008

50

61

50

61

51

60

59

43%

Sale

46%

Sale

47 Va

Sale

46% Mar

44

54

47

54

46

48

46

63%

65

7

6

66
99

Jan 30
Jan 21

Feb 19
68
99% Jan 24

Mar 13

59

Mar 13

60

99 Ys Mar

Parana

4,000

4,000

Peru (Republic of)—

257,000

567,000

13,000

3s sinking fund
Rio de Janeiro—

35,000

1997

Stpd pursuant to Plan A
Int

red

to

2%

2012

y Ex-rights,
z

Corrected

42% Jan 18

47% Mar 26

Mar 18

47% Mar 18

46

49

volume.

Mar 18

Deferred delivery sales, of

which

no

Feb 14
account

is taken in computing range, are given below:
No sales.

Under the rule sales, of which no account
is taken in computing range, are given below:
No sales.

"m"—Mortgage.
•*n-v"—Non-voting,
"vtc"—Voting trust certificates,
"xw"—Without warrants.

Ex-dividend,

Mar 13

473/s Mar 26

"cons"—Consolidated,
"conv"—Convertible,
"cum"—Cumulative.

g Ex-stock dividend.
rSold for cash,

60

4

ABonds being traded flat.
Abbreviations used above:
"cod"—Certificates of deposit,

•
No par value,
t Reported in receivership,
a Deferred delivery sale,
d Ex-interest.
f Ex-liquidating distribution,

x

Mar 13

Cash sales, of which no account is taken In
computing range, are given below:
No sales.

tThe volume of trading and the 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 RECORD, in the month when the issue was removed from trading.
was

Details of all 1963 stock dividends and
Basis of

Split
Name of Issue

Burroughs (J P) & Son




or

Stock Dividend

One-for-three

split-ups,

are

indicated below in alphabetical arrangement.
Basis of
Split or

Date When

Admitted
to Trading

Apr

1

Name of Issue
Oxford Manufacturing

Stock Dividend

Co.

100%

in stock

Date When
Admitted
to Trading
Mar 21wi

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