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BANK and




REG. U. S. PATENT OFFICE

Stock Exchange

Quotations

Range for November 1963
PAGE

-i
American Stock Exchange
Boston Stock Exchange.—.

——

30
51
45

Detroit Stock Exchange
Midwest Stock Exchange
—_
40
New York Stock Exchange—Bonds-4

PAGE

Exchange—Stocks— 16
Pacific Coast Stock Exchange
46

New York Stock

Philadelphia-Baltimore-Washington
Stock Exchange

—

44

52

Pittsburgh Stock Exchange—

General Quotations
OF OVER-THE-COUNTER

Values

as

of November 29
65

Investing Companies Securities

Banks and Trust Companies—

Domestic

SECURITIES

——.—.——-—

Canadian

90
90

Equipment Trusts (RR.)

54

Exchange Seats
Federal I^tnd Bank Bonds

57
80

Foreign Government Bonds-—

81

Industrial Bonds
....—.....—67
Industrial and Miscellaneous Stocks 69
Insurance Stocks
79
—

Municipal Bonds—
80

Domestic

...J.

Canadian

—

82

Public Utility Bonds.

58

Public Utility

62

Stocks

Railroad Bonds

53

56
United States Government Securities 80
Railroad Stocks

Other Statistical Information
1

Call Loan Rates
—
Dow-Jones Stock Averages—

1

Foreign Exchange
Money Market

2
1

—

1
Securities Called for Redemption— 94

Prime Bankers' Acceptances..——
Time Loan Rates

1

Volume of Trading

1

December 1963
William B. DanaCompany,
25 Park Place,

Publishers

New York 8, N. Y.




BANK and QUOTATION RECORD
REG. U. S. PATENT OFFICE

Copyright in 1963 by WILLIAM B. DANA COMPANY in office of Librarian of Congress, Washington, D. C. Entered as
Class Matter, March 14, 1928 at the Post Office at New York, N. Y., under Act of March 3, 1879—Issued Monthly
.

Second

New

VOLUME 36

York, December, 1963

NUMBER 12

Rates for Money at New York
Call loans

BANK AND QUOTATION RECORD

Range

(Published Monthly)

for

Nov. 1

3%@4j/2

33A©4Y*

334 @4y2

33/4@4>/2

_____

4Ya@43/a

4y8@43/s

4% @4%

4y8@43/8

4Va @4%

4y8@4%
4y8@4%
4y8@4%

4y8@4%
4y8@43/8

4y8@4%
4V8@4%

4y8@4%
4y8@4%
4y8@4%
4Ya<S4Ya
4Va@4%
4>/a@4%

4y8@4%
4 V8 @4%

4y8@4%
4y8@4%
4Ya@4Y*

4y8@4%
4y8@4%
4% @4%
4y8@4%
4y8@4%
4y8@4%

4y8®4%
4ya®4%

37a @4%

3%@4%

3%@4%

3%@4%

3% @4%

Five
Six

Publishers
York 7

:_

months
months

Four

La Salle Street.

WILLIAM B. DANA COMPANY,

months

Commercial paper—
Double and
single
names
(prime 4
to 6 months)

25 Park Place, New

Call Loan Rates

Stock

sales

1962

96,057,140

93,971,836

(shares)

Exchange

1961

87,794,408

Low

1960

62,002,284

'

$

S

$

g

167,238,000

110,592,000

135,710,000

101,281,000

8,000
5,886,800

7,701,000

1,000
5,128,000

8,018,700

173,132,800

118,293,000

140,839,000

109,299,700

1963

Bond sales (par value)Railroad and misc.

1962

1961

881,192,955

938,862,054

$

$

International Bank

Foreign

New York Stock

1963

govt—,

United States Govt.

y ,:
Total bond

sales

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30—

Stock sales (shares) 1,047,584,581
$
Bond sales (par value)
—

15,000

317.000

84,541,600

102,255,200

govt

Foreign

1960

689,339,233
S

1,146,435.460 1,261,435,400 1,437,030,000 1.147,585,000

Railroad and misc.
International Bank

1,000
63,271,000

High

Nov.
Nov.

5_ Holiday
6- 3% <6)41/2

3_
4_

33/i@4y2 334@4Va

Nov.
Nov.

7_ 3%@4»/2 3 34 ®4i/2 3% @41/2
8_ 3%@4y2 3% @41/2 3% @41/2
Nov.
9_ Saturday
Nov. 10_ Sunday
Nov. 11_ 3% @4V2 3% @4% 3%@4y2

on

-

1962

1960

1961

19,967,604

37,872,418

24,976,060

5,369,000
194,000
32,000

6,795.000
175,000

4,832.000

2,324,000

govt..
Foreign corporate-

140,000

33,000

53,000

94,000
190,000

sales

5.595,000

7,003,000

5,025,000

2,608,000

(shares)

Bond sales (par value)

—

Domestic

Foreign

Total bond

sales

1963

(shares)

Bond sales (par value)

1962

448,994,102

1960

1961

281,453,394

68,470,000

Total bond sales

71,940,000

2,994,000
476,000

Dow-Jones
Industrials
30

257,268.754
S

$

$

$

—

Domestic
Foreign govt
Foreign corporate-

Nov.

s

$

$

285.481.102

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30—

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

69,139.000
1,775,000
1,277,000

72,191,000

44,869,000

26,871,000

2,299,000

1,347,000

1,505,000

1,253,000

29.471,000

48,673,000

Closing Stock Averages

Railroads
20

Utilities
15

Big Board
Volume

Stocks
Total 65

1

753.73

170.56

138.99

263.51

Saturday
Sunday
749.22
Holiday
744.03

169.84

138.43

262.10

.

16
17

740.00
Saturday
Sunday

18
19

734.85
736.65

20_
21
22
23
24

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov. 25
Nov. 26

Nov. 27
Nov. 28
Nov. 29
Nov. 30
■

169.07
170.16
171.80

137.45
137.88
138.12

260.46
261.33
263.04

5.598.140
4,322,940
4,565,930

173.78
173.98
173.71
173.41
172.34

138.10
137.59
138.00
139.05
138.36

264.33
263.49

3,964,460

4,610,680
4,714,683
4,612,823
4,791,560

263.72
262.81

261.12

742.06

137.98
138.67
138.07

*732.65
711.49

169.89
166.41

136.92
134.97

4,726,550
4,429,980

259.37
260.14

261.07
*258.21
252.06

"

5,329,270
5,683,820
6,631,700

Saturday
Sunday

President Kennedy's Funeral
743.52
170.80
136.49
741.00
170.36
136.15
Thanksgiving Day
750.52
171.85
136.44
Saturday

260.64
259.85

9,323,960
5,215,260

262.41

4,812,970

'
.

f

averages for the 30 industrial stocks and for the 65-stock com¬
posite average give effect to the E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co.'s dis¬
tribution of 36-100ths of a share of General Motors Corp. common stock
for each share of du Pont common stock held. This changed the divisor
for the 30 industrials to 2.876 from 2.914, and that for the 65 stocks
to 14.23 from 14.34.

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on

Mixed Collateral

60 Days

90 Days

5 Mos.

6 Mos.

4'/a @43.8

4(4 @4%

4'/a @4%

4Va@4%

4'/s@4%.

414 @434

414 @434

4 V'8 @434

4Ya @4%

4%@4%

1
2

Sunday

Nov.

4

4y8@43/8

Nov.
Nov.

5
6

Holiday

Nov.
Nov.

7
8

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

9
10

4V8(ffi434 4y8@434
4 (4 @ 4 % 4i/a @4%
4ya@4% 4y8@434
Saturday
Sunday

11
12

Holiday
4y8<@4%

13
Nov. 14
Nov. 15
Nov. 16

4ya@434
444@434

4 Mos.

Saturday

3

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Ncv.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

4ya@4%

4y8@4%
444@>434

444 @438
4y8@4% 444@4%
Saturday

17
18

4y8@4% 4Vs®434 4ys@4% 4V8@4%
414 @43/8 4(4 @4% 4 Va @4% 4(4 @4%
4Ye@4Ya 4(4@4% 4Vs@4% 4Va@4%

4(4 @434 4Va@4% 4,a@4% 4(4@4%
444@4% 4y8@43/8 4(4 @4% 444®4%
444@4% 4ya@4% 4(4@4=,4 4Ya®4Ya
4y8@4% 4Va@4% 4y8@43/4 4Va@4%

Sunday

4y8®438 444 ®434
444@4% 444@4%

22

414 @4%

444 ®4 38
444 @438

19
20
21

4Ya@4Ya

4% @4%
Saturday

23
24

4Va@4%
4Va@4%
4Va @4%

444@4%
4Ya@4*/a
4 44

—

4(4

@4%

4(4 @4%

444 ®43/8
4y8 @4%

@4% 4Vs@4% 444@4% 444@4%

Kennedy's Funeral
444@434 444@43/8 44s@4% 44s@4%
44a @4% 444 @4% 4% @4% 444"®4%
Holiday
4Ya@4% 4y8@4% 4y8@4% 44a @4%

Days

Bid Ask
1
2
3

4% ®4%
444 @4%

444(6)4%
444 @4%

44s@4%

4% @4%

150 Days

180

Saturday

30

Nov.

444 @4% 4Ya@4%
4Ya®4% 4ya@4%

President

Prime Bankers'

Nov,
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

4y8@4%
44a@4%
4(4 @4%
4y8@4%

Sunday

25
26
27
28
29___
30

33/4 @344
Saturday

Acceptances

60 Days'

90 Davs

Bid Ask

Bid Ask

3%@3%

344@3%

120 Davs
Bid Ask

Bid Ask

Days

Bid Ask

3% @3%

@3%

4

@3%

33,4@3% 33/4@3% 3%@3% 3%@33/4

@3%

4

@3%

@3%
@3%
@3%

4
4
4

@3%
@3Va
@3 Va

Sunday

4
5

Holiday
344@3%

6
7

Nov.
8
Nov.
9
Nov. 10
Nov. IX
Nov. 12
Nov. 13
Nov. 14
Nov. 15
Nov. 16
Nov. 17
Nov. 18
Nov. 19
Nov. 20
Nov. 21
Nov. 22__.—Nov. 23
Nov. 24
Nov. 25
Nov. 26
Nov. 27
Nov. 28
Nov. 29
Nov. 30
—.

170.73
171.18
171.30

Nov. 20_ 3% ®4i/2 33'4®4y2 3%@41/2
Nov. 21_ 3%®4i/2 334®41/2 3%@41/2
Nov. 22_ 334 @4ya 3%®4i/2 3%@41/2
Nov. 23_ Saturday
Nov. 24_ Sunday
Nov. 25_ Pres. Kennedy's Funeral
Nov. 26- 334@41/2 3% @4% 3%@4%
Nov. 27_ 3%@414 334@4% 3%@41/2
Nov. 28_ Holiday
Nov. 29_ 3% @4% 3% @4'4 3%@41/2
Nov. 30_ Saturday

Rates

5.399.660

745.66
750.81
Saturday
Sunday
753.77
750.21
751.11
747.04

Renewal

Daily Record of Time Loans

5,237,450

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

3%@4>/2

Nov.

Exchange

25,421,240
$

sales

High

—————

Nov.
Nov.

American Stock

1963

Month of November-

Stock

3% @41/2
3 % @ 4 '/2
3 3/4
412

bond sales 1,249.007,660 1,345,992.000 1,500,304,100 1,216,244,250

Volume of Business

Low

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

3% @4%
3% @41/2
334 @4%
3 34 @41/2

4y8@4%
47s @4%

Nov. 16_ Saturday
Nov. 17_ Sunday
Nov. 18_ 3% @4Va. 3% @4Y2 3% @4%
Nov. 19- 3%@4y2 334 @ 4 V2 3% @4%

Sunday

Nov. 12_ 3% @4 I2
Nov. 13_ 3% @4%
Nov. 14_ 3% @4"%
Nov. 15_ 3% @4y2

4y8@4%
4Ya@43/a

the New York Stock Exchange

Renewal
3%@41/2

1_ 33/4®4y2 3% @4%
2_ Saturday

30 Days

Stock

on

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

68,654,150
4,500

2,000

United States Govt.
Total

Nov. 29

3% @4 Vz

eral)

copies are sold at $4.00 per copy.

Month of November—

Nov. 22

Thirty days,
Sixty days
Ninety days

is
outside of United States extra. Single

on

Nov. 15

week

eral)

to the Bank and Quotation Record

Volume of Business

Nov. 8

Time loans (mixed &
industrial collat¬

Terms of the Chronicle are $80.00 per annum within the
United States and U. S. Possessions. $83.00 in Canada, $80.00
In South and Central America, Spain, Mexico and Cuba, and
$87.00 in other foreign countries.

CHICAGO OFFICE—135 .South

Stk. Exch.:

(mixed and in¬
dustrial collat¬

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

The subscription price
$45.00 a year. Postage

on

344@3%
344@344

344 @3% 344@344
344 @344 344 @3%
3 44 @ 344 3 44 @3%

3%@344
3%@344
3%@344

3 44 @ 344

3 44 @344

4

344 @344
3 44 @ 344
3 44 @344

344 @344
3 44 @344

4
4
4

Saturday
Sunday
Holiday
344 @ 344
344 @344
344 @ 344

3%@344

34a@344

<®3%
@3%

@344
@344

444 ® 4

4ya@4

4ya@4
444 @4
4ya@4

4ya<5>4
4y8@4

4y8@4

Saturday

Sunday
344@344 344 @ 344 3 44 @344
344@ 344 3 44 @ 344 3 44 @344
3% @344 3% @344 3 44 @3%
344 @344" 344@3% 344@ 344
344@3% 344 @ 344 3 44 @344
Saturday
Sunday
President Kennedy's Funeral
344 @344 3% @344 3 34 @344
334 @ 344 3 44 @344 344 @344
Holiday
344 @ 344 3 44 @344 344 @344
Saturday

@3% 4 Va @4
4ya@4
@3% 4y8@4
4(4@4
@3% 4y8<®4
4y8@4
344 @344 4
@374 4
@374
3%@344 4
@374 4
@374

4
4
4

3% @344
3% @3%

@3%
@3%

4
4

@3%
@3%

3% @344

-@3%

4

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FOREIGN EXCHANGE

2

Daily Rates of Foreign Exchange
figures shown below are the approximate cable rates in the
New York market for each business day of the current month.

The

f

{Argentina

{ Australia
Pound

{Austria

UBelgium

Schilling

Franc

Brazil (Cruzeiro)-

Bolivia
Boliviano

2.2294

.0200

.0850

.0545

Free
.00167

.0386

.0200

.0850

.0545

.00167

2.2291
2.2291

.0386
.0386

.0200
.0200

2.2291

.0386

.0200

.0850
.0850
.0850

.0545
.0545
.0545

.00167
.00167
.00167

2.2291

.0386

.0200

2.2293
2.2295
2.2294

.0386
.0386
.0386

.0200
.0200

.0850
.0850
.0850
.0850

.0545
.0545

.00167
.00167
.00167

2.2295
2.2294
2.2294
2.2295
2.2294

-066&:

.0386

2.2293

Peso (Free)

.0386
.0386
.0386
.0386
.0386

.0200
.0200
.0200
.0200
.0200

.0850
.0850
.0850
.0850

.0850

.0545
.0545
.0545
.0545
.0545

.00167
.00167
.00167
.00167
.00167

Official

Saturday
Sunday
.0068

Holiday
.0069

.0069
.0069

Saturday
Sunday

Holiday
.0069
.0068

.0069
.0069

.0200

.0545
.0545

.00167

Saturday
Sunday
.0068
.0068
.0069
.0069
.0069

Saturday
Sunday
®
Holiday (President Kennedy Death and Funeral)
2.2292
2.2292

.0386
.0386

.0200
.0200

.0850
.0850

.0545
.0545

.00167
.00167

2.2380

.0070
.0071

.0386

.0200

.0850

.0545

.00167

Holiday
.0072

Saturday

Dollar

Peso (Free)

Korana

Denmark
Krone

f Czechoslovakia

Colombia

Chile
Escudo

{Ceylon
Rupee

{Canada

.2102

.3400

.1006

.1400

.1448

.2102

.3400

.1006

.1400

.1448

.2102
.2102

.3400
.3400
.3400

.1006
.1006
.1006

.1400
.1400

.2102

.1448
.1448
.1448

.2102
.2102
.2102

.3400
.3400
.3400
.3400

.1006
.1006
.1006
.1006

.1400
.1400

.2101

.9276

Saturday
Sunday
.9278

Holiday
.9278
.9278
.9278

.1400

Saturday
Sunday

Holiday
.9278
.9278
.9278

-

.9278

.1443

.1448
.1448%

.1400
.1400

.1449

Saturday

Sunday
.9278

.2101
.2101
.2101
.2101
.2101

.1006
.1006
.1006
.1006
.1006

.1400

.1449%
.1449%

.1400
.1400

.1450%

.1400

.1449%

.1400

.1400

.1450%
.1450%

.1006

.3400
.3400
.3400
.3400

.1400

.1006
.1006

.3400

.9278
.9278
.9278
.9278

.1400

.1450%

.1450

Saturday
Sunday

Holiday (President Kennedy Death and Funeral)
.2101
.3400
.9278
.2101
.3400
.9278
Holiday
.3400

.2101

.9276

Saturday

{France
90 Days

{Finland
Markka

2.7971

2.7965

.3105

.2040

2.7978

2.7974

2.7968

.3105

.2040

,7976
,7976

2.7977
2.7978

2.7972
2.7973

,7976

2.7978

2.7973

2.7967
2.7978
2.7979

.3105
.3105
.3105

.2040
.2040
£040

.7976
,7978
,7981
.7980

2.7977
2.7980
2.7980

2.7973
2.7976

2.7975

2.7969
2.7972
2.7970

2.7979

2.7975

2.7968

.3105
.3105
.3105
.3105

.2040
.2040
-.2040
.2040

7981
.7979
7980
7981
7979

2.7980
2.7978

2.7976
2.7974

2.7971
2.7969

.2040
.2040

2.7981
2.7980
2.7980

2.7976
2.7975

2.7971
2.7971
2.7970

.3105
.3105
.3105
.3105
.3105

2.7970

2.7967
2.7985

.3105
.3105

.2040
.2040

2.7967

2.7963

.3105

.2040

-{England (Pound )-

Egypt
2.7979

30 Days
2.7976

2.7978

2.33
2.32
2.32

Sterling

Pound
Nov.

2.33

Nov.
Nov.

Saturday
Sunday

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

2.33

Holiday

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

60 Days

(Metropolitan)
New Franc

Saturday
Sunday

Holiday
2.32
2.32
2.32
2.32

—

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov. 20
Nov. 21
Nov. 22
Nov. 23
Nov. 24
Nov. 25
Nov. 26
Nov. 27—
Nov. 28

NOV. 29
NOV. 30

Saturday
Sunday
2.32

2.32
2.32
2.32
2.32

.2040

Saturday

—

Sunday
Holiday (President Kennedy Death and Funeral)
2.7977
2.32
2. 7977
2.7975
2.32
2 7977
Holiday
2.7969
2.32
2.,7971

Saturday

All ether footnotes on page




2.7975

.2040
.2040

3.

2.7972

FOREIGN EXCHANGE

December, 1963

Daily Rates of Foreign Exchange—Continued
{Germany
Deutsche Mark

{India

Indonesia

Rupee

Hong Kong
DoUar

Rupiah

Italy

{Ireland

Iran

Iraq

Rial

Dinar

Lira

Pound

{Japan
Ten

.0016

.0027

.1755

.2096

.0235

.0135

2.80

2.7979

.1755

.2096

.0235

.0135

2.80

2.7978

.0016

.0027

.1755
.1755

.2096
.2096

.0235

2.80
2.80

.2096

2.7976
2.7976
2.7976

.0027

.1755

.0135
.0135
.0135

.0016

.0235
.0235

.0016
.0016

.0027
.0027

.2514

.1755

.2095

.0235

2.7976

.0016

.0027

.1755
.1755

.2095
.2096

.0235

.0135
.0135

2.80

.2515
.2515
.2515

.1755

.2096

.0235
.0235

.0135
.0135

2.80
2.80
2.80

2.7978
2.7981
2.7980

.0016
.0016
.0016

.0027
.0027
.0027

.1755
.1755

.2096

.0235
.0235
.0235
.0235
.0235

.0135

2.80
2.80
2.80

2.7981

2.7979

.0016
.0016
.0016
.0016

.0027
.0027
.0027

.2514

Saturday
Sunday
.2514

Holiday
.2514
.2514
.2514

2.80

Saturday
Sunday

Holiday

Saturday
Sunday
.2515
.2515
.2516
.2515
.2515

.2095
.2096
.2096
.2096

.1755
.1755
.1755

.0135
.0135
.0135

2.80
2.80

.0135

.0335

.2099

.1755

.2516

2.7980
2.7981
2.7979

.0135
.0135

Saturday
Sunday
Holiday (President Kennedy Death and Funeral)
.2095
.0235
.1755
.2516
.2099
.0235
.1755
.2516

Holiday

2.80
2.80

2.80

.0135

.0016

.0027
.0027

2.7977
2.7977

.0016
.0016

.0027
.0027

2.7969

.0016

.0027

Saturday

Guarani

2.7701

.1397

.2101

.0081

.0375

.2570

.2775

2.7700

.1397

.2101

.0081

.0375

.2570

.2775
.2776

.1397

.2101

.2101
.2101

.0375
.0375

.2570

.1397
.1397

.0081
.0081

.2776

2.7699
2.7699
2.7699

.0081

.0375

.2570

.0800

.2775

2.7699

.0081

.0375

.2570

.2775
.2776

2.7701

,1396
,1396

.2101

.0800
.0800
.0800

.0081

.0375

.2570

2.7704

.1397

.2101
.2101

.0081

.0375

.2570

.2776

2.7702

.1397

.2101

.0081

.0375

.2570

.0800
.0800

.2776
.2776

2.7703
2.7702

.1397
.1397

.2101
.2101

.0800
.0800
.0800

.2777
.2777
.2778

2.7702
2.7703
2.7701

.1397
.1397
.1397

.2101
.2101
.2101

.0081
.0081
.0081

.0375
.0375
.0375

.2570
.2570
.2570

2.7700
2.7700

.1397
.1397

2.7700

.1397

.3270

.2776

.3270

.0800

.3270

.3270
.3270

.0800
.0800
.0800

.3265

.3270

.3265

.3270
.3270

Pound
.3220

Saturday
Sunday
^220

Holiday
.3235
.3250

.3255
Saturday
Sunday
Holiday

.3270
.3270

.3270

Saturday
Sunday
.3265
.3250

.3270

.3255
.3260
.3270

Philippine Is.

Paraguay

Rupee

{Netherlands

{Malaysia
Malayan Dollar

Peru
Sol

Pakistan

Krone

{Mexico
Peso
.0800

Lebanon

.3270
.3270

.3270

.3270

Guilder

{New Zealand
Pound

{Norway

Peso

.2570

.0081

.0375

.2570

.0081

.0375

.2370

.2101
.2101

.0081
.0081

.0375
.0375

.2570
.2570

.2101

.0081

.0375

.2570

Saturday
Sunday
Holiday (President Kennedy Death and Funeral)
.2778
.0800
i3270
.3265
.2777
.0800
.3270
.3265
Holiday
.3265

.0800

.3270

.2777

Saturday

Saudi

{Portugal
Escudo

.0348

Singapore

Arabia

Malayan

Riyal

Dollar

{So. Africa
Rand

{Switzerland

{Spain

{Sweden

Peseta

Krone

Franc

Turkey
Lira

Uruguay
Peso (Free)

Venezuela
Official
Free

.2250

.3270

1.3937

.0166

.1925

.2316

.0850

.0575

.3003

.2206

.3278

1.3936

.0166

.1925

.2316

.0850

.0575

.3003

.2206

.2250

.3278

.0166

.1925

.3278

1.3936

.1925
.1925

.0850
.0850
.0850

.3003

.0166
.0166

.2316
.2316
.2316

.0575

.3278

1.3935
1.3935

.2206

.2250
.2250
.2250

.0580
.0580

.3003
.3003

.2206
.2206

.2250
.2250
.2250

.3278

1.3935
1.3936
1.3938
1.3937

.0166
.0166
.0166
.0166

.1925
.1925
.1926
.1927

.2316
.2316
.2316

.0850
.0850
.0850
.0850

.0585

.3003
.3003

.2206
.2206

.3003

.2206
.2206

1.3938
1.3937

.0166
.0166
.0166

.1927
.1927

.2316

.0850
.0850
.0850

.0585
.0585
.0585

.0166

.1927

.1927

.2316
.2316

.0850

.0166

.0850

.0166
.0166

.1927
.1925

.2316

.2316

Saturday
Sunday
.0348

Holiday
.0348
.0348
.0348

Saturday
Sunday
Holiday
.0348
.0348
.0348
.0348

.2250

.3278
.3278
.3278

.2317

.0585
.0585
.0585

.3003

Saturday

Sunday
.0348
.0348
.0348
.0348

.0348

.2250
.2250
.2250
.2250

.2250

.3278
.3278
.3278
.3278
.3278

1.3937
1.3938
1.3937

.1927

.2316
.2316

.2206
.2206
.2206

.0590
.0590

.3003
.3003
.3003
.3003
.3003

.0850

.0590

.3003

.2206

.0850

.0590

.3003

.2206

.0850

.0590

.3003

.2206

.2206

.2206

Saturday
Sunday
Holiday (President Kennedy Death and Funeral)
.3278
1.3936
.2250
.0348
.3278
1.3936
.2250
.0343

Holiday
.0348

.2250

.3278

1.3936

.0166

.1926

.2316

Saturday

Exchanges rates certified by the
market for cable transfers, payable

iForeien
New York




Federal Reserve Bank of the Treasury under tariff act
in the foreign currencies as shown. ^Official rate.

of 1930. These are the noon buying rates In tha

New York Stock

Exchange—Bonds

Monthly and Yearly Record
RANGE OF BOND PRICES FOR NOVEMBER

Bond Sales

1962

1963

November

1962

1933

Bond Sales—

8173,132,800 8118,293,000

.81,249,007,660 81,345,992,000

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30—

The tables on pages 4 to 29 furnish a complete record of the transactions on the New York Stock Exchange during
November 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
list. The italic letters in the column headed "Interest 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

which interest is in default.

on

January 2, 1909. Quotations after decimal point represent

This method of quoting
of a point.

bonds became effective

one or more 32nds

New York

Sales In
November
Value

»

U

S

GOVT

interest
Period

BONDS

Treasury Bonds—
4V4s_May 15 1975-1985
4ViS_Aug 15 1987-1992
4'/as May 15 1989-1994
4s_
4s_

Feb
—Oct

4s

—Aug 15 1970
Aug 15 1971

4s_
4s
4s

15

1969

1

Feb

1969

15 1972

Aug 15 1972
Aug 15 1973

4s
4s

Feb 15 1980
4s
Feb 15 1988-1M3
37/8s
May 15 1968
3%s—
Nov 15 1968
37/«s
—Nov 15 1971
37/as
Nov. 15 1974
3%s
.—Aug 15 1968
3%s
May 15 1966
3%8
Nov 15 1967
3 'As_
Nov 15 1980
3'/a s
Feb 15 1990
3 '/as
Nov 15 1998
3% 8
Nov 15 1966

3'/iS_Jun
3'As
3s
3s
3s

2%s
2%s_Jun

Nov. 1

1963

BONDS

15 1978-1983
May 15 1985
Feb 15 1964
Aug 15 1966
Feb 15 1995
Feb 15 1965

15 1962-1967
15 1963-1968
2Vas_Jun 15 1964-1969
2%s_Dec 15 1964-1969
2%s_Mar 15 1965-1970
2Vas_Mar 15 1966-1971
2%s_Jun 15 1967-1972
2»/as_Sep 15 1967-1972
2'/2S_Dec 15 1967-1972

2%s_Dec

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

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

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

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

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

Opening or
Ask

Bid

103.28 104.4
104
104.8

101.16 101.24
101.1
101.5

101.9

101.13

101.2

101.10

101.20 101.24
101.17 101.25
101.16 101.24
101.1

Opening
Bid
101
101

101.30 102.2
101.26 101.30

101.5

100.30 101.2
100.21 100.25
95.18
95.8
92.28
93.4
91.28
92.4
99.28 100
91.10
91.18

91.10 91.18
99.30 100
98.24

98.28

88.18
98.23
96.11
94.20
93.22
93.2
92.24

88.26
98.27
96.19

Nov. 29

Ask
101.8
101.8

98.13
99.26

98.17
99.30
99.30

99.26
99.25

99.29
99.17

99.13
99.6
99.3
98.21
98.4
97.26
99.16
99.8
98.7
97.7
98.28
99.22

99.10
99.7
98.23
98.12
98.2
99.20
99.10

101.16
101.14
98.24
100.6
100.6

100.2
100.6
99.30 100.2
99.19
99.23

99.19
99.3

99.23

98.11
97.13
99

99.20
99.14
98.21

99.24
99.16
98.25

97.25
98.29

99.24
98.23
92.10

99.22
98.26
92

98.2
98.31
99.24

90.2
89.6
98.25

89.18
88.20
98.25

89.4

88.16
89.14
99.29
98.3
85.28
98.27

98.21
92.2
89.26
88.30
98.23

88.28
88.26

89.2
99.29
98.8
86.9
98.26
95.31
93.24

99.27
98.4

Sale
Prices

Sale
Prices

Ask

101.8
101.6
98.20
100.2
100.2

Sale
Prices

Highest
Sale
Prices

Lowest

99.7
98.20
98.4

91.24
90.8

90.12
88.16

90.16

90
90.2

89.26

Bid

Highest

Lowest

or

98.20
97.28

93

91.16
90
89.24

Closing

or

86.1
98.24
95.27
93.18
92.18
91.26
91.12

88.7
88.6

88.13
88.12

94.28
93.30
93.10

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

-PRICES IN NOVEMBER-

Price Jan. 2,

Stock Exchange

92.24
92.2
91.16

88.22

96.2

93.28
92.28
92.4
91.24
90.24
88.28
88.16
88.16

98.28
92.8
89.26
88.28
98.27
88.24
89.22
99.30
98.5
86.4
98.29
96.6
94.2
93.2
92.10
91.30

90.30
89.2
88.22
88.22

International Bank for Reconstruction & Development—
Feb
Nov
Dec

5s

4%s
4%S—

4%S__

2,000

4%8_
4'As—
4s

May

J-J
F-A
M-N

102.16 103.16
102.24 103.24
100
101

1979

J-J
M-S

100
101
100.16 100.28

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

100.8
100.24
99
99.24
97
98
95.24
96.24
93
95
88.16
89.16

1973
1977

15

Sep

15 1965
1 1964

May 15 1968
1 1969
15 1971
May 15 1975
Oct
1 1981
July 15 1972
Mar
1 1976
Jan
Oct

3s
3s

,

105.8

Oct

!

3'As
3y2s
3%S
3'/4S__

,

107.8

104.8
102.16

1980

Jan

3%s—
3%s

.

106.8

1
1 1982
1 1978

Jan
Feb

4y2s__

6^000

F-A
M-N
J-D

1985

15
1
1

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

91.8
89

Inter-American Development Bank—
100
J-D
Dec 15 1982
4y4s—

103.16

92.8
90

106.16
103.24
101.8
101.16

101.8

107.16

106.16 107.16

104.24
102.8

103.16 104.16
101
101.24

102.16
102
100.8

100.24 101.16
100.24 101.16

99.8
99.8
100.8
100.8
100.24
100.12
100
98.16
99
98
97
96
97
94.8
93.8
89.8
90.8
90.16
91.16
88.16
89.16

99

99.24

99.8
100.4

102.16 Oct
7
101
Nov 13

6

102.16 Oct
7
101
Nov 13

99.16 Sep 18

99.24 Nov

91.8

91.8

7

96.24
94

89.8
91

101
Nov 13
99.24 Nov 7

103.16 Mar

100.16
99
97.24

96
93

101
Nov 13
99.24 Nov 7

6

99.24
100.20

100
98
97

103.16 Mar

90

88

91.24
89.16

99

99%

Sep 24

Sep 24

-••J.

100%

99

99%

99% Sep

4

101

Apr 11

NEW YORK CITY

Transit Unification—

52,000

corporate stock
1980
GOVERNMENT
Akershus (Norway) 4s
1968
Amsterdam (City of) 5V4S_1973
•AAntioquia (Col) 7s A—1945
3%

FOREIGN

•AExternal s f 7s ser B_1945
•AExternal sf 7s ser C-1945
•AExternal sf 7sserD_1945
A 7s 1st series
.—1957
A7s 2nd series
.1957
A7s 3rd series
1957
3s s f S bonds
1978
Australia (Commonwealth of)
20-year 3'As
1967
20-year 3'As
1966
,

92,000

1969
-1971
-1973
.—1972
1978
1979
Apr 1980

9~000
59,000
29,000

39~000
9.000

24,000
15.000

23,000
1,000

15-year
15-year
15-year
15-year
20-year
20-year
20-year

3%s__
4%s
4%s

20-vear

8,000

5y«s—.
Oct 1980
5'As
—1981
5'As old
Jan 1982
5'As new—July 1982
5y2s
Oct 1982

20-year
20-year
20-year
20-year
20-year

5s
5s

5'As
5y»s

—1983

5s

Austria (Rep)—
5 %s external s

Austrian

f $
Government-r

.1973

1980

4'As assented due

•ABavaria (Free State)—
External 6%s
1945
.

4%s debt adj series 8—1965
Belgian Congo—
133,000
23,000

25~000

5Yts external loan—

.

For

footnotes,




1973

Belgium (King of) extl 4sl964
5«As external loan
1972
5%s extl loan s f
1976
5%s extl loan s f
1977
see

page

95.

J-D

97%

Sale

971?

Sale

9713 Nov

97 3®

97is Nov 29

1

July 24

99% Mar 25

91'A Feb 19
100
July 30

Sale

92
July 25
105% Jan 11

A FOREIGN CORPORATE ISSUESM-S
M-S
J-J
J-J

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

91

93%

103 y2105 y8
96 VB
90 y8
96 y8
96 y8
96 Vb
96 y8
—

_

—

—

—

—

96 y8

__

J-J

58

Sale

3-D
3-D

98
97

98%
98 y2

3-D
J-D
M-N

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

J-D

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

Sale
99'/4 100 Va
99% Sale
101% 102'A
ioo y8 101
103 y4
Sale
97

Sale
100'A
100% 101 y2
102
Sale
102'A 1031/4
101% 102'/2
102% Sale

104
—

Sale

88

100%

103% 106%
103'A 104
101%

96'/a
96'/8

96 '/a

96%

125

Sep

3

125

Sep

96'/a
96 »/E

96'/a
96 Vb

125

Aug 30

125

Aug-30

96'/a
96'/8

9 6'/a
96 Vb

57% Jan 24

65

Oct

10

97%

95 % Aug

99

6

98%
97%

96% Sep
5
95% Aug 14
98
Aug 9
3
99% Jan
99% Aug 13

Jun
Jun

96'/a
64

Sale

64%

97

981/4
96%
991/4

99

98%
Sale

96'/8
63%
96%
97%
96%
99%

65

64% Nov 12

99 y, Nov

65

Nov

4

1

100% Nov 15

102
Nov 26
103'/4 Nov 12
102 '/4 Nov
7

104% Nov 19
103

Nov 12

103% Nov

104%

Nov~18

101

101

103%
100'A
103%

103%
101'A 102
103% 105

102

103

101% 102%
103% 104%
104% IO51/4

102

104
104

105 y4
105
100% 101

105'A
104% 105%
101
102'A

101

Nov

102

103

102% 103

103

Nov 18

91

__

101%

37
Sale
100 V* 101

93%
io3y8

102%

42

__

48

991/4 100
102%
101 '/8 1031/4
101%
__

__

103%
105
104

103
Sale
105'A

104

Nov

7
7

1041/4 Nov 19
104
Nov
4
8

102

100
101
100
100

Nov 26

40
100

101
Julv 23
100 y4 July 22
100
July 22

103

101% Aug 16

98% May

Nov 18

87% Jan

103%
103

101%

41% Nov 27
99% Nov 6

46

Nov

15

100% Nov 15

__

Sale
__

3

3

100% Feb 15

__

43%
100'A

23
26
22
22

Nov
4
Nov 21
Nov
7
102% Nov 20

__

101 y4

Mar 27

July
July
July
100% July

105
105
105

7

102

Nov 13

103

Nov

4

t

36

Jan

2

99'/4 Sep
3
100
July 26
100
Aug 14
97
Aug 15

3

99%
19
98% Jan 31
101% May 14
101% July 9
104
July 5
102% Feb 18
105% Jun 28
103% July 16
103% July 8
105
Apr 24
6
105% Jun
105
105

Nov 21
Jun 24
102% Nov 20

104% Jan
91

7

Oct 31

101% Mar

7

50
101

5

Aug

Feb
7
105% Jan 25
105
Feb
1
102% Mar 1

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

December, 1963
Salts in

New York
Stock Exchange

November
Value

Price Jan. 2,
Interest

BONDS

9

ABerlin (City of)

Period

1958

6s

*A6%s external loan—1950
47/8s debt adj ser a
1970
4%s debt adj ser B
1978
•ABerlin City

1955

Elec 6s

A6%s s ? debentures
1951
A6Mis s f debentures—1959
•

Berlin Power & Light Co—
Debt adjustment

2,000

1978
1978
(US of) extl 8s_1941

4%s deb series A
4%s deb series B
•ABrazil

Nov. 1

Stamped pursuant to
Plan a (interest re¬
duced to 3.5% )
1978
A Extl s f 6%s 1926
1957

J-D
A-O
A-O

Opening or
Bid
Ask

91

Opening

100 Ms

A-O

Closing

or
Ask

Bid

Bid

RANGE SINCE
Lowest
Sale
Prices

Highest

Sale

Sale

Prices

Prices

or

Ask

5

BONDS

PRICES IN NOVEMBERNov. 29
Lowest

—

1963

—

94% Jan

__

97%

99%

J-J

80

80%

J-J

75%

97%

80

80%

96

99%

JAN. 1
Highest
Sale

»Prices

8

Jan 29

102% Mar 12
101
Apr 30

A-O

J-D
F-A

75%

__

Nov

8

80

Nov

4

77% Feb

6

80% Mar 29

75% May

80

—

6

78

Mar

4

J-D

j-d

83

87

98%

78

80

90

92

88

Sale

88

Nov 26

90

Nov

79%

90

Sale

88

Sale

88

Nov 29

90

Nov

Jan

4

98% Oct 10

4

78

Jan

3

99

Aug 12

1

78

Jan

3

99

Aug 12

83

83

Jan 28

78

Jan

94%

a-o

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

82,000

Stamped pursuant to
Plan a (interest re¬
duced to 3.375% )—1979
A Cent Ry 30-yr 7s
1952

48,000

a-o
A-O

_

a-o
J-D

78

J-D

83

92

A-O

78

80

1974

J-J
Af-S

60
87%

1975

Af-S

56%
86%
86%

1978

J-J
M-W
Feb

90
41

100

90
41

100

—

Stamped pursuant to
Plan A (interest re¬

duced to 3.5% )
1978
5% funding 1931 due 1951

95

99

98% Oct 23

Stamped pursuant to
11,000
10,000

21,000
10,000

7,000

2,000

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

1978

Caldas (Dept of) 3s
Canada (Dom) 2%s

2%s

25-year

Cauca Valley (Dept
3s s f S bonds
•AChile (Rep) ext s
•A7s assented
A Extl s f gold 6s
A6s assented
A Extl s f gold 6s

f 7s_1942
1942

1960
1960

Feb 1961

1963
1993

A6s assented
Extl s f $ bonds 3s

222,000

AChile

(Mtge Bank)6%s_1957
A6%s assented
1957
A6%S assented
1961
AGuar sinking fund 6s_1961

A6s assented
AGuar sinking fund
A 6s assented
A Chilean Munic Loan

A7s

5,000

89%

89

63%

65%

63% Nov 19
84% Nov 18
82% Nov 6

65

63 % Nov 19

Nov 13

84
82 Vi

85%

85

87

82%

85

65

63%

__

of)-^

A 6s
assented
Feb 1961
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

2.000

88

65

63%

—

assented

1961

6s_1962
..1962
7s_1960
1960

•ACologne (City of) 6%s_1950
4%s debt adjustment
1970
A Colombia (Rep of)—
1928
Oct 1961
of 1927
Jan 1961
3s extl s f $ bonds__1970

a-o
A-O
F-A

F-A
J-J
J-J

49%

43%

Af-S
M-S
Af-N

90
41
90

100
43 %
100

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

41

43%
46%

__

.

J-D
J-D
a-o
Af-N

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

A6s of

J-J
a-o

__

__

56% Jan

48

Nov 13

96,000

83

4
9
2

Aug 13

45%
48%

48%

3

65% Oct

9

92
48

Jan 15
Nov 13

104% Oct

15

92

Jan

93

Mar

—

__

48

Nov

8

99

July 26

1

93

Mar

__

1

__

48%

__

__

Sale

48%
45%

__

Sale

48% Nov 27
45 % Nov 26

48% Nov 27
47% Nov
8

Aug 2
May 16

103% Aug 21
48% Nov 27

40 Ys Jan 22

47% Aug 30

101
46

100

43 %

43%

__

__

100

48%
48%

__

—

100

43%

__

48%

46

__

May 20

46

May 20

100

100

43%

__

100

48%

__

100

43%

__

48%

__

48% Nov 14

48 %

Novi 14

92% Jan 31
48% Nov 14

II

95%

95

II

89%

Sale

90

Sale

88% Nov 12

90% Nov 27

May" 2 7

172

95%

Sale

13

48

__

100

94%

79%

Aug 12
65% Oct
9
88% Jan 30
87% Jan 25

99

100
__

100

41

Nov 12

100

43%

90
41
90

64

a-o

A 6s

43%

41

56% Jan
82
Oct

100

100

Sale

48%
48%
100

__

100

M-S
M-S

90
41
90
41

40%
90
41
41
90

6

Nov 20
85% Nov 4
82 % Nov
6

100

,

43%
100

41

6

100

43%

90

Nov

89% Nov

__

89%
63 %

May 27

79% Jan

7

92% Jan 31
48% Nov 14
95%
180

93%

Sep~30
Aug

6

Aug~26

Copenhagen (City of)—
5%s extl loan—__

1978

Copenhagen Telep 5%s
5%s s f $ debs

1977

Af-N
J-D

1978

a-o

Costa Rica (Rep of)—
3s ref dollar bonds

1972

A-O

63

J-D
J-D
J-J

106

37,000

322~000
4,000

100

Sale
—

69

101%
100

__

101
70

67

99% 100
101

100

Nov 20

100% Nov 11

100

100

Nov" 26

100% Nov ll

65

Sale
69

67 % Nov 13

69

Nov

6

97
99
96

8
July 23
Aug 14
Aug

63 % Jan 30

100 Va Oct 28
103% Jan 28
100 Va Nov 11

71

Sep 11

Credit Froncier De France—

39,000
12,000
60,000

5%s gtd extl loan.
Cuba (Rep of)
Cundinamarca

4%s extl

1979
1977

3s
1978
Czechoslovakia (State)—

28

Sale
28%
58%

104% 105

104%

25
64

28

22

Sale

65%

32

28

34

103

102

"104

Sale
25 Va
Sale

104% Nov

8
Nov 11
63% Nov 12

25

105% Nov 20
Nov
4
65% Nov 27
26

AStamped assented (interest
reduced to 6% ) ext to '60
Denmark (Kingdom of)—
5%s extl loan
1974
.

42,000
1,000

5%s external loan

1977
5%s extl loan_
1978
El Salvador (Republic of)—
3%s extl s f $ bds Jan 1 1976

a-o
F-A

102

Af-N
Af-S

100%

f $ bds Jan 1 1976

J-J
J-J

Energy Supply Schwaben—
5V4S debt adjustment
1973
AEstonia (Republic) 7s
1967

J-J
J-J

3s

extl

s

86

86

Sale

92
89

99% 100%
99
99%
89
89

92

4%

88

100
100

Nov

7
Nov 13

95 %
__

4%

107% May 15
28% Jan
4
65 Va Nov 27

4

July

1

33

July 23
96% Aug 15
96
Aug 12

105

99

99 % Nov 20
100
Nov 13

Oct 10
Jun

13

101% Jan 1«
100

Nov 13

Jan 18
Jan
3

92% Mar 28

95% May 27

95% Aug 13
5
Jan 21

86
86

92

88

95%

4%

99% 100

July 22
May 9
Feb

19 %

34

102% 103%
99% 100

101
20
57

__

4% Apr

__

3

8!£& Oct 10

European Coal & Steel
47,000

45,000
5,000

160^000

Community-—
5%s secured (7th ser)_1975
5s sec (11th series)
1978
5%s (13th series)
1980
5Vis s f debentures
1982
Finland (Republic of) 6s_1973
•AFrankfort on Main 6%s_'53
Extl Loan 4%s__May 1 1973

a-o

J-J
A-O
a-o
Af-S
Af-N

Af-N

103% 107
101 % 102
104
Sale
102% 103

102% 103 %

99% 100%
102% 103
100%

__

103
101 %

99

101% Nov 27

97

102% 103
% 102%

103

4

103

Nov

4

98% Nov 26

99

Nov

1

Nov

13

104

101

99

Sale

99

Sale

95%

94%

Nov 18

100% Nov 13

102 Va Nov

Sale

II

95%

II

July 23
Aug 14

106

Jan 16

102% Jan 11

100% July 16
99% July 26
97% May 14

104
Jan
2
104% Jan 15
99% July 29

Mar" 15

"~95% Mar" 15

95%

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

5%s dollar bonds
1969
dollar bonds
1972
Prussian conv 1953 issue
4s dollar bonds
1972
International loan of 1930—
5s dollar bonds
1980
3s dollar bonds
1972

5,000
9,000

3s

2,000
20,000
1.000

22,000
50,000

54,000
2,000

Greek Government—
A 7s part paid_
A6s part paid

1968
•AHamburg (State of) 6s_1946
Conv & funding 4%s__1966
•AHarpen Mining Corp 6s_'49
4%s debt adjustment
1970
Heidelberg (City) 7%s
1950

International Tel & Tel—
Sub America 7%s debs_1977
Italian (Rep) 3s
:
1977
Italian Credit Consortium
for Public Works—

1,000
For

1964

30-year extl s f 3s_.
•A7s series B

footnotes, see page 95.




1977
1947

a-o
a-o

104%

A-O

100%

—

108%

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

__

105
92

105

92

95

30%
29%

Sale
Sale

101

101%
110
96
38

.34%

—

—

Sale
Sale

101%
110
96

—

—

34%

36

33

35%

101%

Nov 11
Nov 12

105% Nov 14

101% Nov 11

101% Nov 11

110
96

Nov 11
Nov 26

110

36
34

Nov 26

105
92

Nov 18

92

96

Nov 12

Nov 11
Nov 26

38% Nov 12
4
35% Nov

104% Jan

4

Jan

7

107% Apr 24
94% Jun 20

101% Jan 10

102% Mar 18

7
9

110% Apr 16
97
May 6

92

107% Jan
94% Jan

30
Jan 18
26% Jan 30

40

Jun

36% Jun

3
3

Jan""l8

101% Aug 14

95% Feb 21

95% Feb 21

101%

101%

95%

J-J
J-J

112

95%

J-J
F-A
J-J

J-J
Af-S

98

Sale
Sale

Sale

102% Nov

102% 102%
79
84%

78

84%

79

Nov

6
12

82%

78

82%

79

Nov

4

79

79

Nov 12

98
79

2
Jan
Oct 29

79

Nov

79

Nov

104% Nov 15

4

4

106

Feb

26

86% Jun 25

86'

Jun 17

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BONDS

vmS"
«

Price Jan. 2,

1963

EXCHANGE

BONDS

-PRICES IN NOVEMBERrNov. 29
Lowest

Nov. 1

Interest Opening or
Ask
Period
Bid

—

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Highest
Lowest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices

Highest

Opening or

Sale
Prices

Bid

Ask

Bid

Ask

79

82

78

85

...

—

—

175

175

Nov~14

95

93

Nov 11

Prices

Italian Pub Util Credit Inst—

82^

Sale

30-year gtd extl s f 3s_1977
•
A 7s series B__
1952

1,000

J-J
J-J

SAltaly (Kingdom of) 7s_195l

3-D

—

—

—

MS

91

92%

94 %

Sale

99%

98%
Sale

102%

79% Sep 16

—

•

/

......

175

Nov~14

Nov~14

175

Jamaica (Government of)—

9,000

5%s external loan

1974

10,000
52,000

Japan 5Vis extl loan

_1974

2,000

18,000

27,000
20,000
19,000
1,000

147,000
7,000

14,000
151,000

96,000

1,000

5%s extl loan
1980
Japan Develop Bank 6s
1976
6s gtd external loan
1977
6s gtd external loan
1978
Japanese (Imperial Govt)—
A6Vis extl loan of '24
1954
6Vis due 1954 ext to
1964
A5Vis extl loan of '30—1965
5 Vis due 1965 ext to
1975
*5 A Jugoslavia 7s
1957
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines—
4%s conv subord debs
1979
tKreuger St Toll class A—
A 5s uniform ctfs of dep_1959
AMedellin (Colombia) 6Vis_'54
3s s f S bonds
1978
Mexican (U S) 6%s
1978
•
A Milan
iClty of) 6Vis__1952
5Vis extl loan
1978
Mlnas Geraes (Brazil)—
ASec extl s f 6Vis
1958
Stamped pursuant to
Plan A (interest reduced to 2.125% )_2008
ASec extl s f 6Vis
1959
Stamped pursuant to

J-J

98

M-N
M-S

M-N

F-A

—

102

102%

Sale

93

100%

——'

Sale
—

Sale
Sale

97%
102%

99% Nov
Sale

4

97% Nov 18
102 % Nov 15

94% Nov

1

100% Nov 20
98% Nov 13

Sale

101 & 101%

M-N
A-O

99%
24%

Sale

100

26

28%

Sale
29ys

MS

84

Sale

85

85 Vi

%
57 Vi

59

1%

101% Nov 18

102% Nov 15

Oct 23

240

Oct 23

100y8

100Vi

Nov" 11

100A Nov 14

100 Vi NOV 11
5
217% Apr

103

Jan 23

100

Nov

1

100% Nov 27

29% Nov

7

98% Jan 16
24% Jan 29

Sale

64

100% 104
29%

__

85%

Sale

2

1%

2

65

63%
100%

~

100% 100%

3-J
A-O
3-J

MS

1%

102% July 5
Nov 30

102% Nov 15
103
Nov 11

Nov

M-N

MS

23

July 11

1

102

97% Jan 7
99
Aug 15
240

101%

3-D
J-J

Jan

98

95

101% Jun 25
98% Jun 19

103
101% 104

102

F- A

F-k

92% Feb 15
97% Jan 14
94% Aug 8

Sale

84% Nov 12
1% Nov 12
64

Nov" 20

100% Nov

8

29"% Nov
86

7

Nov 14

82% Jan

4

103

102% Jun 11

5
217% Apr
102 % Apr 22
7
29% Nov

89

Mar 20

% Jan 24

2% Jun 20

57% Feb~Ii
98% Aug 13

65
Oct 10
100 % Sep 12

l%Nov 12
64% NOV
100% Nov

—

M-S
M-S

52%

M-S

42

95%

96

95%

95%

95 Vi

Nov" 21

96

Nov

4

95

Aug~16

97% Oct

49

52

48

52

50

Nov 18

50

Nov 18

50

Nov 18

Sep 24

54
90

Mar 28

90

—

Nov 29

46% Feb 19

54

May 22

104% Nov 20
104
Nov
4
102% Nov .18

100 s' July 22
98 * Jan
2

1

—

—

Sep 24

Plan A (interest re-

5,000

duced to,2.125% )__2008

9,000

New Zealand (Govt) 5Vis_1970

J-D

26,000

15-year SVis
1976
15-year SVis
1977
Nippon Tel & Tel Public Corp

A-O
M-N

48,000

48

102
103
98

103
104
Sale

95

98%
Sale

104%

103% 104
101% 102

103% 104%
101% 102%

102 Vi
102%

103

6s gtd dollar bonds
6s gtd dollar bonds

A-O
M-S

59,000

1976
1977
.—-—1978

5%s $ bonds
Norway (Kingdom of)—
4%s s f extl old

3-J

1965
1965

A-O
A-O

100

100%
100% 101

101

1973
1976

A-O
M-N
F-A

101% 102 Vi

101%

5,000
3,000

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

1,000
5,000
22,000

1977
1978

92,000
2,000

Municipal bank extl 5s_1970

10,000

*ANuremberg (City of) 6s_'52
Oriental Development Co Ltd—
A5Vis extl loan (30-yr)_1958
5Vis due 1958 ext to
1968
Oslo (City of) 5Vis extl—1973
5%s s f extl loan
1975

"

122,000

1,000
5,000

SVis s f external loan
1977
5Vis s f extl loan
1978
•APernambuco (State) 7s_1947
Stamped pursuant to
Plan A (Interest reduced to 2.125% )
2008
A Peru (Rep) sec s f 7s„1959

ANat'l loan ext s f 6s
ANat'l loan ext s f 6s
'APoland (Rep) gold 6s

1960
1961

1940

A4Vis assented
1958
AStabilization- loan 7s_1947
A4Vis assented
_1968
*AExternal s f 8s_
1950

•

42,000

A4 Vi assented

39,000

1963

M-N
3-D

98Vi

—

Sale

99% 100%

102

102%

99% 100

103

101

—

101

99%
97% 100

Sale

103

21,000
19,000

•

49

52

98%

—

_

__

103

Nov

7

99Vi 100
100%
101%
102 %
Sale
101% 101%

100 % Nov
102
Nov
102 % Nov
101% Nov

99%

Sale

99

__

104% Nov 20

103% NOV 4
102 Vi Nov 12
102% Nov
1
99 Vi Nov 15

__

99 %

Nov 29

102% 103
99% 100

__

102%
101%

49

Sale

99% Nov 14
14
13
13
12
99% Nov 11
99
Nov 29

49

103

Nov

7

99% July 29

98

Jan

18

105% Jun
3
105 % May 21
102% Nov 18
103% Jun
103% Nov

6
8

103% Nov
8
99 Vi Nov 13

97% Jan 24
98
Sep 12

100
101

99% Nov 14
99% Sep 17
99
Apr
5
98
Aug 16

101 % May 15
101% Jun 24
9
103 % Jan

July 23
Aug 14

103% Jan 4
99% Nov 22
8
100% Oct

Nov
Nov
102
Nov
102% Nov
101% Nov

27
7
13
13
12

99% Nov 22
99

Nov 29

98
96

98% Feb 13

100% Oct 30

103

Jan

3

F-A

M-S
M-N

168
98 Vi

J-D
J-D

102% 103%
104
104%

A-O
J-D

101

—

101 %

99%
100%
101%

98

100

„

102%
102%

__

__

100% 101%
98%
Sale

—

__

101%
98%
Sale

103% Nov 14

103% Nov 14

97
101

Jan

7

Aug 21
July 26

Aug 16
95% Aug 16

97

100

98%.

Nov"" 1

98%

Nov"22

100% Apr 17
104
Jan 15
5
106
Feb
Jan 17
98% Nov 22

103

M-S

MS

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

86

91%

86
86

91%
91%

7%

10
9
10

55%
91%

__

91%
91%

__

__

9
8
9

7
8

8%

7

Sale
15%

10

12

8
9

7%

9

11

8%

8%

9%

11

10%

J-J

7

3-D

58%

69

J-J

57

Sale

50%

M-N

76%

78

75%

70

75

77%

80

54%

60

57%

60

64%

64y8

75

3-D

62

65

70

66

—

—

Nov 27
Nov 13

98
97

Nov 27
Nov 13

98
97

60

86% Jan 18

~9

8

Nov 21

10 % Nov

12

9

Oct

98
97
8

9

Apr

2
8

Nov 27
Nov 13
Jan 18
11% Oct
9
8% Jan 18
11% Oct
9
Oct 14
12

Jun

5

11% Oct

9

Nov 13
Mar 8
Jan 28

~9%

Nov

ll

97
7
7
7
7
7
7

69

Nov 29

60

Mar

8

69

Jun

5

49

Feb 28

57

Jan

2

11

75

A-O
J-D

Feb

4

49

59%
—

"8% Nov" 2 7

8

Apr 15
Jan

Porto Alegre (City of)—
8s 1961 stamped pursuant
to Plan A (Interest re-

1,000

duced to 2.375% )
2001
7%s 1966 stamped pursuant to Plan A (in¬
terest red to 2.25% )
2006
Rhodesia & Nyasaland—

8,000

5%s exterinal loan
•

1973

ARio de Janeiro (City) 8s_'46

69

69

Sale

52

53%
78 %

Nov 29

57

__

69

__

78% Nov 26

78% Nov 26

73

May

3

91

Sep 11

77% Nov 20

77% Nov 20

70

Jan

8

79

Oct 30

57% Nov

6

54% Jan

8

59

Apr 26

70

6

Feb

Nov

A-O

Stamped pursuant to
Plan A (interest re-

2,000

duced to 2.375% )
•

38,000

A

External

sec

6%S

2001

A-O ~

1953

F-A

Stamped pursuant to
Plan A (interest reduced to 2% )
—2012
Rio Grande du Sul (State of)
*

A8s extl loan of 1921

1946

F-A

80

57

Nov 27

A-O

Stamped pursuant to
Plan

7,000

A

(interest re-

duced to 2.5% )
1999
A 6s extl s f gold
—1968
Stamped pursuant to
Plan A (interest re-

duced to 2% )

17,000
A 7s

extl loan

2012

of 1926__1966

65%

64% Nov 12

62

Nov

7

70

Sep 24

103

62 % Jan 11

70

Jun

Mar 18

71

Nov 22

63
103

66

67

66

Nov

6

66% Nov 22

71%

62

72

67

Nov

4

71

Nov 22

58

__

63

68

Nov 26

68

Nov 26

60
173

-

6

Sep 24
6

M-N

Stamped pursuant to
Plan A

8,000
4,000
___

(interest re-

duced to 2.25% )
2004
7s 1967 stamped pursuant
to Plan A (Interest reduced to 2.25% )
2004
• A Rome (City of) 6%s
1852
Sao Paulo (City)—
•A8s extl secured s f—1952

M-N

55

J-D

58

_

60

66

Jan
Feb

18

68

28

178

Nov 26
Jun
3

77% Feb

__

A-O

6

00

July 23

96

Nov 22

89

Aug 16

25
24%
7%
6%

Jan 22
Feb 14
May 15
Feb 4

31
Nov
6
31% Nov 19

98 % Jan 10
98% Aug 7
97% Sep 27

100
Mar 19
100
Jan 17
100% Feb 25

M-N

Stamped pursuant to
Plan A (interest reduced to 2.375% )__2001

M-N

A6%s extl secured sf—1957
Stamped pursuant to
Plan A (Interest re¬

9,000
2,000
8,000

iTooo
33,000

duced to 2% )
2012
Serbs Croats & Slovenes—
A 8s secured external
1962
A 7s series B sec extl
1962
ASilesia (Prov) ext s f 7s
'58
A4%s assented
1958
South Africa (Union of)—

M-N

4Vis external loan
1965
5%s extl loan
Jan 1 1968
5%s extl loan
Dec 1 1968

For footnotes




74

_

72

92

M-N

see

paae

05.

97

_

M-N

24%

25%

M-N
J-D

25

26

J-D

7%
7%

96 '

30%
30 %

35
35

10%

15%

98%

Sale

_

8%

J-D
3-D

98% 100%
98% Sale

V-J

98

99

98
98

30%
30%
9
9

98%

—

35
35
15%
10 %

Sale

100
97% 100

98

96

Nov 22

31

Nov

30% Nov

6
4

"8% Nov" 19
98% Nov

1

97

Nov

8

31
Nov
6
31% Nov 19

"5%
100

Nov 19

Nov 26

7% May 15
10% Oct 11

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

December, 1963
8ales (n
November
Vatoe

New York
Stock Exchange

<

BONDS

5,000

Price Jan. 2,
1963
Interest Opening or

Bid

Af-S

103 V4

Af-N

101 Vi

J.J
J-J

100

Sale

1971

A-O
A-O

100

Sale

Uruguay (Republic)—
3%-4-4%% ($ bonds '37)
Extl readjustment
1979

Af-N

83%
84

85

J-D
F-A
J-J

96

A5Vis extl loan of '27
5 Vis due 1961 ext to

39^000
5,000
32,000

Extl

1961

1979

conversion

3%-4%-4lJ % ext1 conv 1978
4-4V«-4Vis extl readjust_1978
3Vis extl readjustment-1984
Valle Del Cauca—
See Cauca Valley

Bid

1961 ext to

6s due

Sale

or

Ask

104%
98 Vi

98%

Sale

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

-PRICES IN NOVEMBERNov. 29
Lowest
Closing or
Sale
Bid
Ask
Prices

104% Nov

104 %

7

BONDS

Highest

Sale

Lowest
Sale

Prices

Prices

Prices

Highest

104% Nov

1

1

—

—

—

98 Vi Nov

7

Nov

4

98 Vi Nov

7

Nov

4

100

81% Nov 18

84

1971

F-A
F-A

Sale

102% July 12
97

99

—

July 23

216
July 23
98% Nov
7

105% Jun

12

103% Mar

f

216
100

2

July U
Jan

—.

100

101%

83
92
Sale

_

97%

99

Sale
93 Wi

84

90

Sale
92
90

■

88
84

88

—

100

100

91 Wi
Sale

Nov 29
1

99

Nov

89
86

Nov
1
NOV 19
89
83% Nov 27
99

Nov 19
Nov
4

(Dept of)

•fAWarsaw (City) extl7s_1958
•§A4Vis assented
1958
Westphalia United Elec Power
1st mtge 6s ser A
1953
A Yokohama 6s of '26
1961

1,000

Opening

Sale

Af-N

South European Pipeline—
5 Wis s 1 debs
1982
So Italy Development Fund
Qtd exter loan 5%s
1974
Taiwan Elec Power Co Ltd—
a 5 Wis (40-yr) s f
1971
5 Vis due 1971 ext to
1981

Tokyo (City of)—

30,000

Ask

Period

Nov. 1

—

7%

10%

13%

6Vi

8%

9%

J-J
J-D
J-D

100%

F-A

107

—

—

9
7%

—

99

Mar 18

81% Nov 18

101% Jun 12
91% Mar 20
Apr
9

4

94

1

99

Nov

9
83% Nov 27

97

Jan

86
92

Mar
Mar

88

Sep

89% May

1
4

6

7% May 3
6% Jan 15

13%
9%

9
7% Jan
9% Oct 11

—

100

100

Nov 21

.

100

Nov 21

100

Jan

4

101% July 18

108

Nov 14

101 %

July 23

92% Apr 17
92
Apr 5
81% Mar 20
96
Aug 6

110% Jan 15
95% Oct
3
95% Jan
3
81% Mar 20
96% Nov 20

RAILROAD AND INDUSTRIAL
COMPANIES

Air Reduction Co Inc—
3%s conv subord debs
1987
Alabama Gt Soutbn 3%s_1967
Alabama Pwr 1st M 3Vis_1972
1st

mortgage 3 Vis
Albany & Susq RR 4Vis
Aldens

1984
1975

M-N

J-J
Af-S
J-J

92%
94Vi
96 Vi

A-O

131%

J-D

103%

A-O
J-D

conv

4%s

s

subord

debs___1981

f debentures

Allegheny & West 1st 4s
296,000

3.367,000
36,000
138,000
66,000
107,000
47,000

12~000
11,000
187,000
390,000
550,000
932,000
111,000
646,000

148,000
262,000
60,000

60,000
10,000
322,000
185,000
224.000
228,000
2,761,000
842,000
119,000
51,000

1,000
1,000
20,000

20,000
39,000

401,000
396,000

1986

1998

Allied Chem & Dry 3Vis__1978
Allied Stores Corp 4 Vis
_1981

Alum Co of Amer 3Vis

3s s f debentures
4 Vis 8 f debentures
3Vis s f debentures

A-O
A-O
A-O

1983

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

93
104 Vi

M -N
MS

107%
65%

American Distilling Co—
4%s conv subord debs
1986
Amer & Foreign Pwr 5s
2030
4.80s junior debs
1987
American Machine & Foundry
4 Vis conv subord debs
1981
American Optical Co—
4.40s conv subord debs_1980
Amer Smelting & Refining Co
4%s subord debs
1988

Sale
__

Sale
103 Vi
60
64
94
95
103% 105

F-A
J-D
J-J

4Vis 8 f debentures
1980
American Airlines 3s debs_1966
American Can Co 3%s
1988
4%s debentures
1990

107
95

93

97

96

95
84

96%

Sale

105 % Nov 26

__

94 Vi
84
—

93

Nov" 21

94%

Nov~20

96

Nov~~6

96 %

Nov~25

117%
103 %

Sale

113

103%

—

115%

111

Nov 22

Sale

68
92 Vi

92%

101%

Sale

96%

Sale

67%

99%

93%
103%

70
Sale
Sale

lOOii
88%

Sale
Sale

96 % Nov 29

99 Vi 100
88 Vi 89
101
Sale
96
98
99 %
101 Vi 102%
_

96%

97 %
93%
_

J-J

63

Sale
Sale
Sale

Af-S

90%

Sale

A-O

122%

Bale

Sale

99

88%
__

71

,

•

•

95%
99
101

Sale
100

101%
97% 101 Vi
92 Vi
92

—

—

Sale
Sale
99 % 100
Sale
101%

100%
94Wi

97% 101%
Sale
104%
92 Vi

—

106%

68%

Sale
Sale
Sale

69
67

Sale
Sale
Sale

89%

Sale

91%

Sale

106 Vi
71 Vi

128

135

128

135

92 Vi Nov
4
Nov 13

101

99% NOV 20
88% Nov 8
99% Nov
7
94 Vi Nov 26
98% Nov 27

100% Nov

6

5~000
22,000
5,000
75,000
164,000

8,000
50,000

12,000

1,000
12,000
27,000
271,000

71,000
9,000
656,000

416,000

315,000

4

111
103

Nov 22
Jan 22

140% May 22
104% Mar 13

99% Nov

1

96% Nov 29
102
Jan 11
61% Jan 17
5
92% Sep
101
Nov 13

102% Jan
bt
103% Jan
'•
70
Jun 28
95
Feb 14
105
Feb 18

93% Nov 29
103 % Nov 29

99

100 % Nov
4
95% Nov
1
100
Nov 14
101 Vi Nov 26

99% July 22

87,000

349,000

31,000
153,000

103,000

94 J/4 Nov 26
98 % Nov 27
100% Jim 19

96% Apr 16
92
Sep 24

Nov 20

66% Nov 29

Nov
69% Nov

89% Nov

1

92

Nov 20

Nov 26

135

Nov 13

121% Jan

9

142

8

103% Nov 19

128

6
6

105
65
63

May

8

Jan
Jan

2
2

88% Oct 23

101% Nov

8

103% Nov 19

101% Nov

1993

A-O

107%

Sale

107%

Sale

107% Nov

1

107% Nov

104% July 22

1980
_1975
1986
1982
1987

F-A
A-O

82

Sale

J-J
A-O
J-D

76Vi
80%

81 %
84%
75%
78

debentures

1973
1971

J-D
F-A

debentures
debentures

1984
1990

M-S

93%
91%
86%
94%
102 Vi

2Vis debentures
debentures
debentures
debentures

debentures
conv debs
American Tob 3£ debs

1985

1973

1969

3 Vis debenture's
1977
Anheuser Busch Inc 3V4s_1977
Ann Arbor 1st g 4s__July 1995

Apco Oil Corp 5Vis
Armco Steel Corp—
4.35s s f debentures
4Vis s f debentures
Armour <& Company—
a 5s inc subord debs

4Vis conv subord debs

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

Q-J

316
96

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sa>
Sale
Sale

58
100%

Sale

100%
370

Sale

_■'

Sale
Sale

Sale

97%

Sale
Sale

91

92%

91%

85%

93

Sale
Sale

91%

92%
90%
85 %
92%
101%
379 %
97%
91

Sale
Sale

Sale
80 Vi
Im

Sale
Sale
86
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

91%

80% Nov 20
84%
74 Vi
78%
77
91%
90
85
91%
100 Vi
362
97
91

1
Nov 15
Nov 11
Nov 19
Nov
8
Nov 26
Nov
6
Nov 29
Nov 11
Nov 22
Nov 26
Nov 12
Nov

A-O

1984
.1986

A-O
J-D

102

1984

M-1V

1983

Af-S

91%
106%

Sale
Sale

F-A
F-A

101%

Sale

J-D

1977
5Vis debentures
1979
4Vis debentures
1983
4Vis debentures
1984
Atchison Top & Santa Fe—
General gold 4s
1995
Stamped 4s
July 1995

102%

Atlantic Coast Line—
Gen unified 4Vis ser A-1964
Gen mtge 4s ser A
1980
Gen mtge 4Vis ser C—1972
Gen mtge 3Vis ser D
1980
Gen mtge 4.95s ser E
1st mtge 4Vis ser F

1988

1988
Atlantic Refin 2%s debs__1966
3 Vis debentures
1979
4Vis conv subord debs
1987
Automatic Canteen Co of Amer
4Vis conv subord debs
1981
Avco Manufacturing Corp—
5s conv subord debs__1979

F-A

106

101
101

A-O

96
86

M-N
J-D
Af-S

96 %

104%

Sale
Sale

97

103%

Sale
Sale

96
103

4
Nov
Nov 27

J-J

Sale
Sale

80

J-J
J-J

96%

—

—

90%
112%

96%
__

Sale,
Sale

F-A

214%

Sale

F-A
M-S
A-O

81%
71%

Sale
Sale

70
78
67

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
105%
102
100

104% Nov
100

Nov

6
8

106%
103% 105

105% 106%
103% 105

100%

100%

94%
90 Vi
100

90%
95
82%

Sale

Sale
—

101%

91%

96%

99%

93%
90 Vi

98

Sale
—

100% 101%
90
95
82

102%
99%

97%
Sale

89
113%

Sale

98%

201

Sale

89

89%
Sale

208

104%
103%
100%
97%

101% Mar
99% Sep
103% Sep
103% Sep
103% Sep
99% Oct

111% May 14

108% Nov 14
100% Nov 26
,

7
9
7
Nov 27

Nov
Nov
Nov

93% Nov 12
90
Nov 18
100 3*2 Nov

6

90% Nov
95
Nov

89%
Sale

112

Sale

99

Sale

Nov

1

98 Wi Nov 15

197% Nov 22

1st cons mtge 3Vis ser A-1970
1st cons mtge 4s ser B—1980
1st cons mtge 4 Vis ser C-1995
AConv 4Vis inc
Feb 1 2010

4Vis conv debs ser A
2010
Baltimore Gas & Elec Co—
1st ref mtge 3s ser Z
1989
1st ref mtge 3 Vis
1990
1st ref mtge s f 4s
1993
4Vis conv debentures
1974
Baxter Laboratories Inc—
4s conv subord debs
1983

May
J-J
j-j
J-D
Af-S

80

80%

—

76%
77

87%
73%

Sale
Sale
Sale

88% Sale
77 % 77%
Sale
77%
70% 72%
71% Sale

87%

Nov 14

Nov
1
77
85% Nov 19
Nov 27
71

87 Vi
95

JL, mmm,

.

106 Wi Nov 18
103% Nov 19
7
100% NOV
1
98 % Nov
95

Nov

1

90% NOV 20
101%
90%
95
82
102%
99%

Nov 27
Nov 7
Nov 6
Nov 26
Nov 12
Nov 20
97% Nov 14
89 % Nov 19
114% Nov 12
100

Nov

4

212% Nov 11

Nov
8
Nov 26

136%

Sale

92
145

95
Sale

93
130

142%

93
141

A-O

109%

Sale

111%

Sale

111

111%

110% Nov

96%

89% Nov

6

7

78% NOV 22
Nov 21
Nov
1
73% Nov
1
78
88

—

J-J

95

7

—

—

—

--

88

76% NOV

83
Mar 13
88% Jan 14
77% Jan 21
82
Aug 8
7
80% Jan

98% Oct 22
111% May 3

—_

7
6
82
Nov 26
102% Nov 12
99
Nov 11
96% Nov 21
89
Nov 21

94

96%

89
112

—

_

2

91% Jan
2
103
Sep 30

Nov

97

104% NOV

•

102 Vi
Sale
99%

95%

J-J

Sale
101

_

101%

100% 101%

Af-S
J-J
A-O

F-A

_

101%

100

May

4

7
1

100% Nov 13
1
101% Nov

102

Sep

102% Mar 12
104
Mar 4

100%

—

77
Nov 19
8
91% Nov
89% Jun 14
84% Apr 16
91% Nov 29
100 % Nov 11
2
313
Jan
2
96
Jan
91
Aug 15
90% Aug 16

108

Feb 18

98
Oct 24
101 % Sep 12

100

90% Nov 27
68% Nov 27

7

Sep 17
Nov 15
Nov 11

98

100% Nov 19
101% Nov 8

4

68%

May

113% Jan 24
78
May 9
75% May 9

3

389
Nov 20
98 Va Nov
6
91 % Nov
6

102% Nov

——

80
84%
74%
78%

May 21

95% Jan 18
91% Feb 27
8
87% Jan
96
Jan 16
103% Jan 18
389
Nov 20
6
98% Nov
8
92% Jan
93
Jan 30
70% July 1
104% May 17

103%

98 Vi

92%
96

Nov 18

78

93% Nov 1
90% Nov
1
85% Nov 20
93% Nov
1
101% Nov 27

103

104%

F-A
A-O
Af-N

80% Nov 26

90% Nov 27
68% Nov 27
104
Nov 19

90%

90%
68%

105% 106%

5 Vis debentures

81 % Nov
8
85% Nov 27
75% NOV 27

101
100
101% Sale

1981

3Vis conv subord debs_1993
Associates Invest 4Vis
1976
5Vis subord debs
1977

1

102% 103

92%
63%

Mar 19
Jan 10
Sep 30
Feb 20

108
72

Sale

81
84%
74%
79%
77%
93 %
90%
85

100
102%
98 %
95
106

Mar 25
Jan 21
Jan 23

Nov 22
Nov 20

Nov 14

102%

Sale
Sale
77%
81 Vi

Nov 26

106
68

104

Sale

86 Vi

101%
90
101%
97%

Nov 14

102

Co—

For footnotes, see page 95




88

104

Novli-

Baltimore & Ohio RR Co—

127,000
426,000
238,000

July 19
Apr 16

101% Nov 26
88% Nov 8

92% Nov~18
104% Nov
8

92%

Ashland Oil <fc Ref—

1,194.000
11,000

Nov

118

—

A-O

Sugar

5.30s subord debs
American Tel & Tel—
2Vis debentures
2Vis debentures

2Vis
2Vis
3 Vis
2Vis
3 Vis
3%s
4Vis
4 Vis

93%

Sale
——

__

1964
1979
1982

Aluminum Co of Can 3%s_1970

American

239,000

Z

99%

.1980
debentures
1981
Allegheny Ludlum Steel—
4s

94%

Inc—

5%s

112,000

95%

106 %

——

5s conv subord debs^

172,000

Sale
95 Vi

______

93
Nov
8
145% Nov 12
112

Nov 14

63 % May
100

Oct

97% Sep

7

21

25
13
4

13
31
6

93% Nov 12
89

July 31

99% July 25
90
Sep 25

94% Oct
81

Jun

3
6

101% July 24
99

Nov 11

96% Sep
6
89
Sep 18
109% Oct 15

102

Feb

1

108%
107%
104%
103%

July

9

99

Mar 18
Jan 11
Jan 15

Aug

7

3
96% Jan
92% Jan 18

10211 Jun 17
94
Apr
9
98 'Mar 15
82
Nov 26
103% Sep 11
99% Nov 20

97% Mar 12
91

Feb 27

118% Apr 18

95

Jan

7

102

197

Oct

8

252% Jun 12

81% Jan
2
68% Mar 28
Jan 22
Jan 18
64% Jan 16

68

72

90

May 15

Oct

4

78% Nov 22
78% Jun 10
92% July 16
78

Feb 28

79

Jun

3

81

Feb

82
93

Apr 17

86

Jan 25

8
7

152

Feb 27

113

Nov

135% Jan
106

7

96% Feb 12
Sep 13

Sep

5

Sales In

November
Value

New York

Price Jan. 2,

Stock Exchange

1963

$

BONDS

30,000

29,000
48,000

1~000
449,000

Interest Opening or
Bid

1977
1981

M -N

104%

J-D

105

1970

J-J
M-N
J-3

91%

92

91%

85 VA

—

M-N

97%

Sale

J-J

102%

Sale

M-S
3-D

84% 85%
103'/4 104 V.

87%

Ask

4Vas conv subord debs—1980

6,000

Borden Co 27/bb debs
1981
4%s 8 f debentures
1991
Boston & Maine RR—
1st 5s series AC
1967
AInc M 4%s Ser A July 1970

7,000

May

36
17

F-A

—

96 %

1983
1988

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

84%
77%
98 y.

1st. mtge 6s series ss
1965
Bristol-Myers Co 3s debs.1968

5,000

Brooklyn Union Gas Co—
General mtge 27aS
1976
1980

1st

3,000
5,000
4,000
661,000
4,000

mortgage 3s
1st mortgage 4.¥as
1st mortgage 4%s
Brown Shoe Co 3%s debs

103

85
103

102
85

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

86
100% 101V*

Closing

Bid
105

90%
84%
85%
lOOVs

104%
84%

47%

48 ¥2

48%

17%
52 %

17"%
Sale

15%
50 Vi

Sale

97%

.84%

103% Nov
4
102
Nov 11
90

__

Sale

Sale

101% Nov

86

85
100

91% Nov

102

Nov 18
84% Oct 28
84
Sep 24
97% Jan
2

Nov 11

Nov 11

41% Jan

7

92% Jan 17
88
Apr
l
87% Jan
8
112
Apr 15

Feb 26
S7
Mar 27
104% Jan 28

106

53

94%
100
96

97% Nov 21

84% Nov 13

84

Sep

96% NOV 13

95

July 22

Nov
6
93% Nov 29

99% July 9
93% Nov 29

101% May 13
96% Jan
9

84
Nov
84 % Nov

81% Nov 26
84% Sep 24

96% Apr 11
86% Jan 14

Sale

84% Nov 19

96%

96 Ya Nov 13
100
Nov
6
93% Nov 29

1971

3-J

96%

Z

J-3

1975

M-N

91%
85%

Sale
86%

83%

Buffalo Niag Elec

84 %

Sale
85

82%
84%

1981

3-D

109%

Sale

104%

Sale

104%

California Elec Power 3s
1976
Canadian Pacific Ry—
4% consol deb (perpetual)—
Caro Clinch & Ohio 4s
1965
Carthage & Adlr Ry 4s 1981

J-D

94

93%

Sale
Sale
—

Aug 12

Nov 22
46% Jan
2
97
Jan
7
15

9

23y« Mar 11
Aug 9
97% July 24
59

85% Jan

79%
__

8

48% Nov 27
17% NOV 4
52% Nov 11

84%

Sale

47
15

100

105% Jan 18

105% Jan

21
22
26
29

Sale

48%
Sale

96% July 26
84% Jan 17

104% Nov 29
85
Nov 19
100% Nov 8

19

4

July 24

90

1

85% Nov 19
103% Nov
4

6

Nov

II

86 ¥a

103% Nov

Nov 27

103% Nov 15

85% Nov 19
99% Nov 22

97

—

105

Nov 18

Nov
NOV
50% Nov
97
Nov

Brunswick Corp—
4Vis conv subord debs 1981

2%s

Sale

Sale
Prices

__

100

Sale
Sale
—

Sale

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices

Highest

Sale
Prices

or
Ask

101% 103

42 34

46%

A-O

4,000

M-S

Bid

103%
Sale

Boeing Airplane Co—

223,000
157,000

or
Ask

84

Cons mtge 2%s ser J
1976
Cons mtge 3s
ser K—1979
314s conv debentures
1980

441,000
31,000

Opening

Period

Beneficial Finance 5s
47aS debentures
Bethlehem Steel Corp—
Cons mtge 2%s ser I

-PRICES IN NOVEMBERNov. 29
Lowest

Nov. 1

100

81% Nov 26
84 % Nov
6

8
7

99

18

Feb~25

Burroughs Corp—
736,000

18,000

38,000
6,000
50,000

629,000
86,000

11,000
219,000
13,000
24,000
68,000

167,000
769,000
4,000

5,000
187,000

25,000
40, (TOO

28~000

4Vis conv subord debs

Case (J I) Co 3%s debs__1978
5 lis conv subord debs
1983

1977

Caterpillar Tractor 4%s

4 7a s s f debentures—
1986
Celanese Ccrp 3s debs
1965
3 Vis debentures
1976
Central of Georgia Ry—
1st mtge 4s series A
1995
a Gen mtge 4 Vis ser B.2020

Central Illinois Light Co—
4%s conv debentures
1974
Cent RR Co of N J 3%s__1987
Cent N Y Pwr gen mtg 3s_1974

J-J
M-S

87

77
100

J-D

54

F-A
A-O

57%
74

Sale
100%
60 %
61 Vi
Sale

M-N

103% 104%

J-D
A-O

105

A-O

91

J-J
May

78%
72%

J-D
J-J
A-O

118%

Sale

40%
88%

Sale

97%

Sale
98%
Sale

75

—

1974
1968

F-A
F-A

5%s conv subord debs

1979

M-N

101

Sale

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

103
98
103
98

106
101
106
101%

J-J
J-J

97%
91%
107
110

Chadboum Gotham Inc—
5.908 conv sub debs ww_1971
Without warrants
6s conv sub debs ww
Without warrants

1974

86
_

85%

__

80% Sale
100
IOO1/4

80%

99%
60

76 Ya

88 ¥2

80

Sale

101% Sale
103 % 104%
97% 98%
89% 91%

79

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

94

85%

86 %

102

101%
100
89

Sale

103% Nov

82
__

65
Sale

80% Nov
99% Nov
63% Nov
77
84

100 % Nov 27
6
90% Nov

95

80 % Nov 13
76 Vi Nov
4

81% Nov 27

Sale

111

Sale
89

41

87%
95%

—

112% 114 %

109%

__

88
93

97%

98 ¥2

87%

87

78

120

87% NOV

7

Sale

89%

114% Nov.

107% Nov 22

87 Ya Nov 12
87
Nov 19

93

23~000
34,000
70,000
25,000
65,000

3%s debentures
1965
1981
3%s debentures
4%s conv subord debs__1984

Chesapeake & Ohio Ry—
General gold 4%s
1992
Ref & Imp 3 Vis 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

2,000
26,000

■%-

4"000
209.000
9.000
292,000

1989

97%

99

20,000
76,000
587,000

759.000
5,000

F-A

II

3-D
J-3
J-3

83%
85%
80%

Sale
—

S~ale
__

99
83%

Sale

99

84%

79

Sale

84

81
95 %
89

84

81%
94%
89
82 %

Sale

58

M-N
M-N

64%
29

Sale

M-N
J-J

71

April

62%

73
Sale
Sale

April

48%

Sale

April

36

Sale

J-J

77%

78 %

82

April

78%

81%

82¥4

April

56 V'a

79
Sale

M-S

54V4

Sale

64
64

Sale
Sale

80
80
62%
63%

April

49
51%

Sale

65

Sale

64

53

61

A 5s

income debs

Jan 2054

1982

F-A

J-J

85%
86%

86
89 Vi

78
94%

82

74%

97%

59%

__

100

Sale
90

89%
82
97 Ya

—

Sale

35~6OO

RR
4 Vis

2%s series A
1980
income debentnres_1995

J-J
M-S

71%
76%
102
105

J-J

9,000

Chicago & Western Ind RR—
1st coll trM 4%s ser A_1982

M-N

M-N

103%

55%
51%

57%

96

86

8
1

97 ¥a Nov

84

Sale

77
53

Sale

591/2

601%

58%

59%

66

75

68

70

84
77

62% Nov 29
81
69

68 ¥a
64%

97%

8

__

73
81

i7
Sale
69
Sale

98%

—

111
40
87

Nov 22

86

Jan 23

Sep 24
Nov

8

Sale

63
61

80 % Nov 26
Nov
8

90

Jan 10
Feb 28
100% Nov 27
91% Jan 14

105

106

82

80

Feb 20
Jun 18

127% Apr 23
47% Jun 24
91

Jan

8

87"% Nov

8

Feb

19

96

100% Jan

2

115% Oct 28

Oct

8

110
105
111
106

87
85

Sep 25
Sep 7

97% Oct 10
79

Nov 29
Oct 30

Jan 11
Jan 11
Jan 24
Jan 15

98% Mar 12
92% Mar 14
112
Jun
6

101

July 12

84% Jun 19

73

8

1

86% Aug 13
98
Mar 5
89
Aug 1
82
Jun 10

1
85% Feb
9 '
86% Jan
82
May 27
94% Jan 25

86 ¥2
90%
82¥4
97 ¥a

81
94

Sep 18

Nov 19

59% Jan

3
Mar 29
Jan
2

85'/a Sep 16

68
29

77
57

6274 Nov 29
7
73 ¥a Jan

77

Mar

6

84

Jun

6

60 ¥» Mar 22

701/4 July 10

2

45
36

2

60
Oct 23
71 ¥2 Nov
7

8

3
77% Jan
78¥2 Feb 11

82 ¥4 Jun 24
83
Nov 15

Nov

Apr
Jan

56

¥a_Jan

1

54

Jan

64

Nov

2
3

61

Nov

4

2
49
Jan
531/2 Jan 16

73

Nov 19

71% Jan 24

667s Nov 13

101

Feb 25
Apr 10

58
55

3
3

77

L03%

Nov" ~8

Oct
1
Sep 27

6
7

■

85%

Aug 20
Oct
2
Oct 29
May 23

82

Nov 26
4
Nov

—

85% Jun 25
3
100% Jan
66
July 15

8

83
Nov 15
1
64% Nov

62¥4 Nov 22
7
62 ¥2 Nov

Sale
67%

Jan 14

711/2 Nov

8

65
Sale

103% 104%
66
66

Nov

r

Nov
7
Nov 19
4
Nov

597s NOV

57Vi Nov 13
67 »A Nov 20
82

8

Nov 13
Nov 15

55% Nov
69
83
70

817s Nov 11

59

—

.

Nov 13
4
Nov

83

Nov
—— —

1
Nov 15
Nov 27

83

1041/4

Nov

97 ¥a Nov

811/4 Nov

80
69

67%

7

901% Nov 20

8

62%

81

55

Nov

891/2 Nov

Sale

53%

77% May 7
71% Apr 22

87

86% Jan 28
80% Jan 21

Sale
69

72%

100

J-J

83 % Nov
4
83% Nov 11

Nov 29
81
Nov 20
94% Nov
1

81 ¥2

__

41,000

39,000

F-A

99% Nov

79

68

__

1st mtge 5%s series C
1983
Chic T H' & Southeast—
1st & ref M 2%s-4%s—1994
Income 2%s-4%s
1994

98% NOV 14

83
77

89% Oct 28

Nov~27

111%

1

Sale
78
Sale

82
75 ¥2
55 ¥2

Nov 12
Nov 29
Jan 30

92 Ya May 23
104% Mar 14

___

—

Chicago Rock Island & Pacific
5,000

108% Nov

86

86
Sale

1

2

97% Nov 21

—

April

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
A 2d M Inc 4%s A
Jan 2003
Chic Milw St Paul & Pac—
4s series A
1994
4 Vis series A
Jan 2019
4 Vis Conv inc ser B_Jan 2044
A 5s inc debs ser A
2055
Chic & North Western Ry—
,A 2d M cv inc 4%s_Janl999
1st mtge 3s series B
1989

71,000

98%

Chicago & Eastern 111 RR—
A Gen M inc 5s (conv)_1997
1st mtge 3%s ser B
=_1985

Chicago & Erie 1st g 5s

75,000

M-S
M-N

108%

18

90
86% Oct 21

—

Sale

Jan
Feb
Jan

Nov"l5

89%

97% Nov 21

92%

92%
108%

F-A
F-A
F-A

32,000

34,000

—

Chic Burlington <& Quincy—
1st & ref mtge 3%s
__1985
1st & ref mtge 2%s__.__1970
1st & ref mtge 3s
1990
1st &ref mtge 4%s
.1978

22,000
44,000

J-J

—

.

57%
73%
101 %
101 %
97 %

97% Nov 21

Nov" 15

87

8

89% Nov 13
89% Nov 27

Champion Paper & Fibre—
2,000

8

55

114% Jan 24

95% Apr

89%

—

Nov 21

Nov 13
43% Nov 13
87% Nov 13

Nov 22
Nov 22
Nov
8

87% Nov

6

103% Nov 13

—

82

82
87
87
88

Nov
Nov 26
Nov
8

NOV

2
76% Jan
99% Apr 15

1
4
6

97% Nov
4
89% Nov 18

42%

87%
95%

90
102

Nov

Sale
91%

113'%
87%

Nov
7
Nov 22

NOV

101% Nov 12
101% Nov 29

119 % 121
Sale
42%
90

80%
100
63%
80 %

6
6
6

Sale
Sale
Sale

78%

6

84% Jun 14

80%
76%

87

103% Nov

__

82
Sale

77%

106% Nov 20

6

104% Nov
69

Nov

1
4
1

Jan
Jan

68

May 27
6

6674 Sep

75% Sep
July

61

73
86

6
8

Nov
Jun

19

1057a Sep

6

3

69
Oct 17
647a Nov
1

66
Nov 29
62 ¥2 Nov 15

64% Nov

981% NOV 26

99¥2 Nov 12

96¥2 Sep 13

100

98% Nov 27

101% Nov 15

98% Nov 27

106% Jan 23

Jan

7

Chock Full O'Nuts Corp—

212,000

4Vis conv subord debs—1981

Sale

100

Sale

98%

_

85

85 ¥2

85%

II

80
97

Cincinnati Gas & Elec—

25,000

19~6O6

2nd
1st
1st

mtge 2%s
mtge 2%s

1975
1978

mtge 4%s

1987

Cincinnati

6,000




Term—
1st mtge gtd 3%s ser E_1969
1st mtge 2%s series G—1974

A-O

J-J
M-N

85%
98

—
.

Union

95%
86

96%
_

—

97%

85

Nov

97

Nov"20

4

93% Nov 21

93¥4
86

II

Sale

—

85 % Nov 14

84

Sep 17

97"%

Nov 18

96

Juiy"l8

93% Nov 21

92

July 11
Jan 15

86

86% Jan

100%

18

Feb'Ii

96% Jan 23
87% Mar 4

Value

5

Friice Jan. 2,
1963

New York
Stock Exchange

BONDS

Sales in
November

interest
Period

C I T Financial Corp—

90,000
327,000
90,000
233,000

3%a debentures
-1970
4y4s debentures
1971
Cities Service 3s s f debs_1977
City Products Corp—
5s conv subord debs
1982
Cleve Cine Chicago <fc St L—
General gold 4s
1993
General 5s series B
1993
Ref & impt 4%s ser E_1977
Cine W & M Div 1st 4S-1991
St L Div 1st coll tr 4s__1990

5,000

148~000
29,000

90,000
14,000

Cleveland Elec
1st mortgage
1st mortgage
1st mortgage

Ilium 3s—1970

1982
1985

3s
2%s

9,000

1st

4~000

1st
1st

1986
1989
_1993

3%s
mortgage 3s
mortgage 3%s
mortgage 4%s

329,000
10,000
10,000
44,000
24,000

13,000
26,000
21,000
57,000
10,000
7,000
26,000

1994

Colorado Fuel & Iron Corp—
4%s ser A s f conv debs_1977
Columbia Gas System Inc—
3s debentures series A—1975
3s debentures series B—1975
3%s debentures ser C—1977
3%s debentures ser D—1979
3%s debentures ser E—1980
3%s debentures ser F—1981

3,000

4~000

4%s debentures ser G—1981
5s debentures series I
1982
4%s debentures ser K
5yas debentures ser O—1985
3%s conv subord debs—1964
Columbus Ac Sou-Ohio Elec—
1st mortgage 3%s
1970
1st mortgage 3%s__
1983
1st mortgage 3%s
1986
1st mortgage 4y2S
1987
ComDusuon

346,000

26,000

2~000
19,000

4,000

1983
1983

debentures ser J

4%s

3%s

conv

9

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE — BONDS

December, 1963

Engineering Inc—
1981

subord debs

Commonwealth-Edison Co—
1st mortgage 3s ser L—1977
1st mortgage 3s ser N
1978
3s s f debentures
1999
2%s s f debentures
1999
2%s s f debentures
2001

Opening or
Bid

-PRICES IN NOVEMBER
Lowest
Nov. 29

-

Ask

Nov. 1
Opening
Bid

Closing

or

Ask

Bid

M-S

96%

Sale

96

A-O
J- J

ioi y4

Sale

J-D

105

87

80

80

76

J-J
J-J
M-N

72%
53%
80 %

59
85

83 %
63
83 %

J-J

93 %
80 y8

Sale

93%

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

72 y8
82

81

J-D

89 %
89 %
89%
91 y4
92 %

F-A
A-O

J-J

....

91%

Sale

Sale

90
88%
89%

92

91%
Sale
93

Sale

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

103% 105%
100%
100
101 y4 104%
104% Sale
97%

9ey4

94%

Sale

88 V8

89%
Sale
91%

89%

91
91%
91%
Sale
94 %
103 y4 104%
Sale
104 %

93

Sale
93%
103 y2 104%
104 % 104%
99%
104
104%
Sale
105

99%
103% 104

104% 105%

1
7

91% Sep 17
80% Jan 22
76
July 24
85
May 31

94% Aug 21
82%, Aug 22
78% Jan 28

78 % Nov

6

78

Nov 27

80% Mar 13
97
Feb 5

81
—

100

Nov 14

100

Nov 14

100

7

86

Nov 19

81

Jan

2

87% Jun 14

Nov 15
90
Nov 29
89
7
89% Nov
6
91% Nov
Nov 13
92
94% Nov 22
8
104% Nov
Nov
4
105
99% Nov 4
Nov 22
104
105% NOV 19

88
88

Apr 22
July 22

Feb 26
17
90%
13
92%
5
93 y4
28

NOV

84

88%
88%
89%
91%
91%
93%
103 y4
103%
99%
103 %

92% July

Nov 22
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

8
7

27
21
1
21
13
4
Nov 18
1
104% Nov

92% Nov

92

__

Jan 29

88

Nov 27

99%

99

92%

99

89

91%

85

78

84%

Sale

2
Jan 22
Jan 21

Apr 26
Apr 25
July 5
Jun 17
Feb 20

Nov

93% Nov

91% Nov 29
81
Nov 7

92%
—

91%
92

56
81

—

78
92%

68
80
84
64%

72% Jan

—

100% 101

85

1
4

83 y4 Nov
63
Nov

82 y4 Nov 20
61% Nov 22

Jan

62% Jan 2
79% Jun 21

__

86%

78%

11618 Aug 29

105

—

81

86%

Sale

95
104

93%

83%

—

66

70

M-S
A-O
A-O

M-S
M-N

61

2

4

Nov

67% Nov 11

....

__

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

99

114

67% NOV 11
83%

Sale

81

——

80
78
94% 95%
101
102%

J-J

110y4 Nov 13

67%

J-D

J-D

Sale

67%

Sale
80
Sale

Sale

94% Sep 11
Sep
5
85% Sep
5

7
96% Nov
100 y2 Nov 12
86 y4 Nov 15

95 y8 Nov 26
99% Nov 4
85% Nov
4

96
100

113%

62%

M-S

Sale
Sale
Sale

112%

Sale

Sale

J-D

Prices

85%

99% 100%
85% 86

86%

Sale
Prices

Sale

or

Ask

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices

Highest

A-O
M-S

101%

"

100 %

Sale

100 %

J-D

100%

Sale

104

Sale

103

F-A
J-D

88%

Sale

86%

87%

86
84%

A-O
A-O

77

80

78

~

73

76

Sale
78

77

72 y«

A-O

76

78

75%

Sale

79

75% NOV

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

80%
83%
90 y2

80%
83%

80 %

85

~

79%
81%
88%
89%
84%
83 y8
86%
87 %

—

Sale

Sale

86%

Sale

85%

85%
77

100%

Nov"

4

92% Nov

4

1

100% Nov

1

102% NOV 26

Nov 11

106

1

86% Nov 12

Nov .29
Nov *27

77
Nov 29
73 % Nov 19

85% Nov

85%
73

8

75% NOV

1

89%
90%
91%
93%
101 y4
103 y4
98%
102 y2
104
98%

8

Nov 14

Nov
7
Mav 21
Nov 21
Oct 31
9
Sep
Feb 14

Sep 10
4
Oct

103% Feb

91
90

96y2

Jan
Jun
Mar
Jan
Jan
Apr

8

29

5
104%
106% Jun 10
102% Feb 28
105

Jun 26

9
8

106% May 16
99% Oct 17

92% Oct 7
86% Jan 24
91
Jun 13
100
July 3

Jan 30
86% Jan 24
91% Apr 30
102% May 21

Oct
Jan

100% Jan

2

95

110

May 22

89% Jan 4
May 15

85% Sep 26
84% July 10
77
Nov 29
72 Ya Jan
8
75
Apr
5

88

Sep 16

82
84

79% Feb
73% July

5

2
76% Aug 19

Consolidated Edison Co N Y—
1st

refunding mortgage
1982
1977
1972

&

2%s series A
2%s series B.
2%s series C
3s
series D.
3s
series E.
3s
series F

31,000
11,000
31,000
70,000
5,000
16,000
37,000
25,000

1972
1979
1981
1981
1982
1983

87,000
121,000

3%s series G
3%s series
3%s series I
3%s series J
3%s series K
3%s series L
4%s series M
5s
series N
4s
series O

1,000
33,000

4%s series R
5s
series S

1990
1990

9,000
41,000
66,000

4%s
4%s
4%s
4%s

T

1991
1991
1992
1992

28,000
55,000
11,000
8,000
161,000

21,000

105,000

series
series
series
series

1984
1985

2,000

56,000

65,000
113,000
46,000

13~666
1,000
5,000

13,000
95,000
28,000

4,000
58,000

W

T—1976

ser

U__1981
X—1986

4% s debentures
5s
debentures
4%s debentures
5s
debentures
4%s debentures

1982
1982
1983
1985
1986

.

f debens

1986

4%s debentures
4%s debentures

.1987
.__1988

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

187,000
331,000

103%

J-J
A-O

J-J

A-O

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

1975

1987

1988
1989
1990
1st mortgage 4%s
1991
Continen Baking 3s debs_1965
4%s conv subord debs_1983

Continental Oil Corp 3s
4%s debentures

J-D

M-S

mortgage 4%s
1st mortgage 4%s
1st mortgage 4%s

Contln Can 3%s debs
4%s debentures

J-D
A-O

J-D
M-N

F-A
A-O
A-O

1st

1976
-1985

1984
1991

5s conv subord debs
1979
Corn Products Co 4%s
1983
Crowell Collier Publishing—

Sale
99%

97
Sale
105
106%
105%
105
104
Sale
102%
Sale
102

1975

Copperweld Steel Co—
77,000
50,000

89

105%

1978

s

88%

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

debentures

4%s

J-D

89'/.
90%

90%
1C1% 102%

Consolidated Natural Gas—
2%s debentures
1968
3y4s debentures
1976
3%s debentures
1979
3s

90y4

Sale

1987
1988

ref M 2%s ser
1st ref M 2%s ser

15,000
19,000
14,000
3,000
8,000
23,000
15,000
17,000
10,000
14,000

F-A
J- J

—

1986
1986

:

U_.
V

ref M 2%s

88 Ya
89

M-N
A-O

Consolidated Electrodynamics
4%s conv subord debs—1984
Consol G E L & P (Bait)—
1st
1st

85%

—

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

M-N
A-O
A-O

85%
82%
—

93%
90%
85%
85%

Sale
__

83%
—

_

__

__

—

103%
106
Sale
101% 102%
105% 106 y4
101
102%

—

87% Sale
146%
Sale
104y4 Sale
102% 104
103% 104%

85

86

84%

87%
Sale

99

89
Sale

98%

Sale

106

Sale

106%

Sale

96 %

Sale

95%

89%

Sale

104 %
105% 107
104

104
103

-

104 %
104 y2

Sale
88 y8
89%

Sale
105 y2
105 y2 107

104% 105%

101

Sale
Sale

104
99% 100%
Sale
101

104%

Sale

102%

Sale

86 %

84%

104

97%
104
91%

85

79
75

94 %
89%
87
86

Sale
—

—

94
.

91

104% 105
ioo y2 100%

Sale

87
86
104
105

Sale

99% 100%

86%

100

100%

86%

86%

Sale

Sale
159 y4
103% 104%

157
103%

Sale

101% 102%

105%
101% 103

Sale

__

101% 104%

103%
98% 98%
100
103%
90% Sale
103%

85 y4
102 %

85%
102%

103%
98%

Sale

90

Sale
103%

99

92
142

Sale

96%

Sale

Sale

1,000
41,000

ACurtls

Publishing Co 6s_1986

Daystrom Inc 5y4s
For

footnotes,




see

page

95.

1980

M-N

99%

92%

A-O

66%

A-O

102%

95
Sale
__

21
8
1

18
27
29
14

101

15
11
6
1
Nov

105

Nov

Sale

101% 105%
103 %
—

88%
130

90

Sale

70 Va
104

100 %

Sale

95%
Sale

4

—

6

104% Nov 22
104
Nov 11
99% Nov 15

Nov 26
101% Nov 21
100 y8 Nov 18
103

86%
155%
102 y4
101 y4

Nov 12
7
Nov
Nov 20

4
Nov
101% Nov 15
102
Nov 14
1033/4 Nov 19
98% Nov 20
103% Nov 26
4
90 y4 Nov
—

4
94% Nov
90% Nov 13
7
87 y4 Nov
6
86
Nov
104 J/4 Nov 22

105

100%
104%
100%
104

101%
101 y4

NOV
NOV
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

29
6
6
21

95%
72%
—

98

Nov 29

104% Sep 18
93"% Nov 11
Oct 17
105% July 26
103% Oct
8
102 y2 May 14
99% Nov 21
99% Sep 13
104

102

Sep 18

84
79
74

Oct 31
Oct 23
Jun 11

102
102

y4 Nov

Sale

8
85 y4 Nov
101% Nov 19

Nov 11

104

4

Nov 20
Nov 14

90% Nov 19
—

85% Nov 27
102% Nov 29
Nov

1
8

102% Nov 13

103% Nov

88 y2 Nov 26
125 «/8 Nov 27

93 y8 Nov 11
1
142
Nov

99% Nov
95% Nov
69% Nov

1

7
8

—

—

-

99% Jun

6

Oct
3
99% Oct 25

104

100'/a Nov 18

103 3/4 Nov 19
98% Nov 27
105
Nov 6

106

Sep 30
Apr 24
Mar 14
Jan
7
Mar 21
Nov 11

1

86% NOV 19
1
159 »/4 Nov
104% Nov 15
101

93%
90y4
87
85%
103%
104

101% Apr
1
100% Oct 10

100
Nov 22
7
95 y4 Nov
72% Nov 29
—

—

July 12
July 11
Sep 5
Sep 27
Nov 11
May 20
Sep 16
88
Apr 19
86 y4 May 3
84 y4 Nov 29
88
May 29

21

20

—

Crown Cork

29,000

Nov 29
Nov

7
Nov
100% Nov 21

——

Sale

87

104

103
101% 101 %

99%
ioi y4

Nov 29

94

86

Sale

103

98%
104

Nov 18

102

90'A Nov 22

89%

104

106
103

Sale

85 Va Nov
89
Nov
99% Nov
106% Nov
96% Nov
105% Nov
107% Nov
104 y2 Nov
104 V4 Nov
NOV
101

77%
81%
87%
88%
83%
82 y4
84 y4
85%

-

Mar 25

July 3
90% Feb 21
Jan 25
Jan
3
Jan 24
Feb 15
Jan
7
91% Feb 13
Jan 14
89

92

86%
85%
89
89%

88% Jan 15
7
92% Feb
102% Jan

107% Jun
99% Jan
106
May
109
July
106% Jan
105% Jun

4

27

11
7
2

14
18
Jan 15
103
102% Mar 8

111% Jun 13
87% Mar 22
Mar 18
Jun 11

84
74

—

105
104
99 % 100%

100% 102
104% 105

—

80 % Nov 18
82 Ya Nov 20
1
88% Nov
4
91
Nov
84 y4 Nov 15
4
84 y4 Nov
8
87
Nov
1
87 y2 Nov
89% Nov 20
87% Nov 18

—
—

105

_

—

79 y8 Nov 14
Nov 13
82
Nov 13
88
89% NOV 11
84 y4 Nov 15
82 % Nov 11
Nov
7
86
86% Nov 11
Nov 26
88
86 y4 Nov 21
84% Nov 29
Nov
8
89
Nov 29
98
105% Nov 26
93% Nov 11
104% Nov 13
105 y2 Nov 27
104% Nov 15
102 % Nov 14
99% Nov 21
Nov 27
100

86%

100%

102

M-S

subord debs

87%

J-D
A-O

& Seal Co Inc—
4%s sf debentures
1988
Crucible Stl 1st mtge 3%s_1966

conv

89
91
85 y4
84

88 %
87 y8

Sale
Sale

85%
103%

A-O
A-O

5s

89%

M-N
M-N

1981
1983

4%s conv subord debs

91

85%
84 y2

80%

83
87
86%
88 y8
86%

__

104% 105
102
104%

Sale

79%
82
88

85 y2 Apr 11
4

142% Mar
102
Aug
100 % Oct
101 y2 Nov
102
Oct
101% Oct
96% Feb
103% Feb
90% Nov
101 % Oct

20
1

15
24
1
11
6
4
2

94%
92%
88y2
86%

Oct
Feb
Oct
Sep

31
28
23
19

Jan 14
106 y4 Jan 29

106

102y4 Jan 25
108 y4 Jan
7
103
Jan 22
105% Aug 7
104 % Jan
9
101% July 31

88% Jan 14
180
Aug 22
105 % Apr
4
104 % July 15

104% Mar 8
102% Feb 27
105
99

Feb 13
Mar 14

109
Sep 25
92% Feb 15
104% May 2

101% Oct 23

85% Mar 15
104% Jan 23

100% Feb
101% Oct

8
7

107

Sep

6

106

Jan

9

84
Apr
114% May

8

99% Jan
157 % Oct

4
9

100% May

8

85 % Sep 26

9

99% Apr 18
93
Feb 6
63% Oct
1

95% Oct 23
82% Feb 14

10

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

Sales In

New York

November
Value

6

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

Stock Exchange

BONDS

—

BONDS

-PRICES IN NOVEMBERNov. 29
Lowest

Nov. 1

Opening or

Closing

Bid

Bid

Ask

Sale
Prices

Sale
Prices

or

Ask

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices

Highest

Dayton Power 81 Light—

8,000

1st mortgage 2%s
1st mortgage 3s
1st mortgage 3s ser
1st mortgage 3 Y<a
1st mortgage 3s

84%

F-A

84
83

Z

81%
81%
85 %

84

79

97%

Z

Dayton Union Ry 3V4s

27555
17,000

7,000

84,000
13,000
17,000
128,000

21,000
20,000
1,000

Deere & Co 2%s debs
3Vis debentures

1965
1977

J-D
A-O
J -J

1983

P-A

4Vis subord debs

A

.

Delaware Lack & West RR Co
N Y Lack & Western div
1st & ref M 5s ser C-1973
A Income mtge due
1993
Morris 8c Essex division
Coll trust 4-6s May 1 2042
Pennsylvania division
1st M & coll tr 5s
1985
1st M & coll tr 4Vis B_'85
Delaware Pwr

8c Lt 3s
1973
1st mtge 8c coll tr 3Vis_1977
1st mtge 8c coll tr 2%s_lS79
2%s 1st mtge 8c coll tr_1980
1st mtge & coll tr 3Vis_1984

1st mtge & coll tr 3Vis_1985
1st mtge & coll tr 3%s_1988

86%

A-O
J-J
J-D

1975
1978
1978
1982
1984
1965

M-S

100

51%
11%

M- N

M-N
M-N
A-O

J-D

100%

84

84% Nov 19

Nov 26

84
•79

98%
Sale

100

Sale

100% 101%

101

85 y4 Nov

85%

85% Nov 20
97% Nov 18
89 Va Nov 22

Sale

100 y4 Nov 20

52%

53%

25

14

21

100

91
101

31 %

Sale

40 %

Sale

35

35%

34

42%
37

44%
Sale

88 %

90

50

48

88 %
86

88%

78%

«?-D

82%

Nov

97 Va Oct
87
Jan

7
7

99% Apr 11

100
91

Nov~27
Nov

1

102% Feb 21

63

Feb

15

28

Sep

4

43%
38%

53%
Sale

49
38

Nov
7
Nov 29
NOV

4

Nov

4
6

51% NOV 19
13
Jan 11

40 y4 Nov

1

31% Jan

2

43% Feb 15

51

7
6

43% Jan

43% Nov

37

Jan

4
2

54 Va Feb 12
49% Jun 21

Nov

4

87

Jan

30

May

9

98

8

87

Apr

2

90% Sep 11

Nov 19

87

Jan

8

94% May 20

1

86 Va Aug 29

21

6

88

53%

43%

Nov 27
Nov
1
Nov 4

55% Nov

51 Va Nov 19
17
Nov 26

79
76%

88
Jan 30
82% Jun 12

84% Apr

57%

23

79%

85
Jun 13
82 Va Jun 12

Nov 26

94

54%

16%

—

20

82 %

97%

86% Jan 17
01% Jun 17

84

__

—

J-J
M-S
Af-N

81% Jun 17

Sale

86
85%

91

May

M-N

84 Vi
__

•

88

NOV

89 % Jim

12

Feb

1

—

__

__

J-D

94%

96

J-J

89

90%

87

90

87%

89%

88

April

80%

88

89%

92

89%

91

89% Nov 14

J-J

85%

85

_

85

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

92%

94

94

__

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

7,000

1%

contingent int)

1993

Inc mtge series A

(4%9fc
contingent interest) 2018

42,000

Denver & Salt Lake—
Inc mortgage (3% fixed

96,000

17555
3,000

50,000

86,000

2,000

1% contingent int)
1993
Detroit Edison—
Gen 8c ref 3s
ser H—1970
Gen 8c ref 2%s ser I__1982
Gen & ref M 2%s ser J.1985
Gen & ref 3%s ser K__1976
3 Vis conv debentures
1969
3%s conv debentures
1971
Gen 8c ref M 27/8s ser N_1984
Gen 8c ref 3 Vis ser O
1980
Detroit 8c Mackinac Ry—
1st lien 4s
-1995

81%
79%
90%
240
190
81

87%

_

Sale
Sale
—

92

92

Vi

91%

82

77

78%

78
77

90%

91

82%

80%
86%

80%

J-D

Detroit Toledo 8c Ironton RR
2%s series B
1976
Diamond Gardner 4s debs.1983

72 y«
71

M-S
A-O

—

1,177,000
432,000

81,000
32,000

96%

92%

74%

77
Sale

74%

Sale

94

95 %

98

Sale

4s

J-D

74

subord debs

1977
1978

F- A
A-O

1982
debentures
1988
Dresser Industries Inc—
4'/8s conv subord debs 1977
Duquesne Lt 1st mtge 2%s_'77
1st mortgage 2%s
1979
1st mortgage 2%s
1980
1st mortgage 3%s.__
1982
1st mortgage 3%s
1983

J-J
M-S

426

M-S

97

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

85

conv

5s s f debentures
Dow Chemical Co—
3s conv subord debs

15,000

79,000

.

4.35s

1st

10,000

mortgage 3yas
a-st mortgage 3%S
1st mortgage 3%S
1st mortgage 4%s
5s

t

debentures

1984

1986

1988~ A-O
M-S
1989

_

72%

29,000
1,000

El Paso & SW 1st & ref 5s_*65
5s stamped
1965
Erie Railroad Co—
AGen M inc 4%s A Jan 2015
1st cons mtge 3 Vis ser E_'64
1st cons mtge 3%s ser P_'90
1st cons M 3y8s ser G-2000
A 5s income deb—Jan 1 2020
Ohio Div 1st M 3%s
1971

66,0O0O
103,000
476,000

85,000

Family Finance Corp 5s 1981
Fansteel Metallurgical Corp—
4%s conv subord debs 1976
Federal Paper Board 5s
1981
Firestone Tire 8c Rubber—

10,000
15,000
20,000
50,000

157,000

281,000
34,000

2%s debentures
3%s debentures
Flintkote Co 4%s conv
fFlorida East Coast—
A 1st
2nd

196,000
.

40,000
186,000
18,000

1977
1980

mtge 5s series A_2011

98

13

Sale

A-O

80%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

34

33%
12%
71%
—

—

106%

__

104

"

102 y4
Sale
Sale

17%

Sale
76%
37%
38%

—

102%

106% 109%
103%

99

J-J
M-N

88 Va
90
102

A-O

90%
__

130% Nov 22
99% Nov
7
96

Nov 19
7

82% Nov

Nov 14

141% Nov 12
100% NOV 20

1

97

Nov

83

Nov 14

104

17
22

257

Jun

28

218

78% Sep 20
85 y4 July 25

2
Jun 10
Jan 20

81% Jan

92%

Oct 16
Aug 16

81% Jan 29
1
89% Feb

72 y8 Jan 18
71
Mar 27

73

Nov 12

72% Oct

1

Jan 24

74 y4 July 10
96% Jan
4

73
94

Nov 11
Jan
2

78
Jan 14
4
98% Oct

3
7

142% May 1
100% Nov 20

22

99% Mar 21

124
Jan
99 y2 Nov

96
May
82% Sep
77 y8 Apr

6
9

92 y4 Apr 16
79 y4 Oct 15
87 y2 May 8

'

__

89%
92
98
Nov
4
105 y2 Nov 12

96%
105 Va

1Q6

104

98

Nov

106

Nov

4
6

88
July 18
96% Oct 24
104
Jan
4

104

106% Nov

6

101

Nov 26

— —

'

102%
90% Nov

100% 101 %
iooy2101 y2

4
100% Nov 27
101 Va Nov
1

12%

Sale

12% Nov 18

60
32

Sale

60
Nov 29
31 Va Nov 22

Sale
75
—

31%
10%
—

Sale
—

Sale

Sale
Sale
7«-

91%
106

31% Nov 26
10 y2 Nov 20

90% Nov

4

101 y4 Nov
101% Nov

4

1

17% Nov
1
74y8 Nov 13
36% Nov 4
37
Nov 12
15% Nov
1

86
Jan
77 Va Apr

10

9

90%
104

100

97

Nov

8

100

Nov 13

—

Ll

,

106

92 y4 Apr 16
80
Oct 25

89% May 28
94
Feb 15
100% July 19
106% Jan 11

3
4

106% July 1
108% Oct 11

100% Aug 20
90% Sep 17

103
Mar 28
92% May 15

100 y2 Nov
101
Jan

102% May 3
101 \'z Ailg 12

27
4

12y4Nov 18
Nov 29
31% Nov 22
60

31% Nov 26
10 % Nov 20
67
Oct 11

24%
88 y4
41%
41%
19%

Feb
Mar
Feb
Feb

76

Feb

14
28
19

14
Feb 11
6

102 Va Jan 29

102% 103%
99
103

Jan

107% Feb

88

81

80

■Z—.

... _

91%

101
101 %

A-C
M-N

—

7

108%

90%

37%
38 V8
15%

93% Jan 10

—

108%

104

11

90% Nov 15
91
NOV
7
104

Nov 26

75

Nov 22

J-J

72%

Sale

75

77%

75

75%

J-J

32%

33%

46

Sale

44

Sale

42% NOV 26

A-O

94

91%

Sale
94%

95
95 Ye

94%

J-J

96 y4

96

Sale
Sale

93
96

85

81

88

81

155

135

155

147% Nov 11

107

107%

106

Nov

4

97
101

114

Nov
8
Jan 11

88% Apr 23
90
Jan
7
102

104

Feb 19
Oct 30

90 Va Nov 15

92% May 14

Jan

11

106

76% Nov 11

70 Ye Apr

3

79

48

30% Feb 12

88

141

90y8 Nov 15
Nov 7

91
106

104% Apr 15

Oct 29
Feb

15

mortgage 5%s conv

income series A
2011
Food Fair Stores Inc—
4s conv subord debs
_1979
Foremost Dairies 4%s
1980
Fort Worth & Denver Ry Co—
1st

5,000

1972

Sale
84%

'

106

Apr

M-S

Sale
Sale

92%

—

Sale

A-O
A-O

97

89

87
97

__

101
101

J-J
J-J

76% Nov 26

Nov

——

___

Apr
July
Oct
Apr
May

95
Nov 11

——

92%

106

A-O
A-O

Nov 12

92%

81

—

73

95

96%

'

—

Nov 12

136%
100%

Sale

91
78 y4
77 y2
89

74y4 July 10

73

73

81%

90%

80% Nov 15
86% Nov 15

Sale

82%

_

F-A
M-S

80
Nov 12
86 Va Nov
4

97 %

Sale

__

100%
107%

78% Nov 19
91
Nov
6

79%
95 Vi

84 y8

„

99

90% Nov 29

1

96%

96%

__

M-N
J -J

__1987

97%

92 %

90%
94

78% Nov 19

92% Nov

72%

__

83%
76%

93%

80%
87%

72%

__

Sale

134

__

87%

91% Nov 27

10
4

254

Sale
79%
78%
Sale

75%

__

Eastern Stainless Steel Corp—
5s conv subord debs
1973
Ed El 111 N Y 1st cons 5s_1995

Ekco Products 4.60s

'*

__

Sale
85%

M-S

Elgin Jol 8c East 3y4s A—1970

72%

99%

2010

a

8,000

828,000
96,000

86%

75

95%

gold 4s

Douglas Aircraft Co Inc—
395,000
83,000

90%

—

1995

A Second

90

250
200

198
__

88 y2 Nov

204

Sale

78%

243

Nov 26

mortgage 4%s

1982

Gardner-Denver Co—
4y4s conv subord debs
1976
Gen Amer Oil Co of Texas—
4%s conv subord debs 1984
Gen Amer Transportation—
4s conv subord debs
1981
General Cigar Co—
5%s cum inc sub debs
1987
Gen Electric 3%s debs
1976
General Foods Corp 3%s_1976

M-N

A-O

129

M-N

112

M-N

165

178

J-D
M-N
J-J

103% 104
94 y4
Sale
92%

102

Sale

_

109%

Sale

Sale
197

175

NOV 14
Nov 20

95
Nov
96 y4 Nov

93

Nov

91% Jan

14
3

81 Va Jun 24

102
Nov
1
93 Va Nov
1
90% Nov 14

102% 103
93% Sale
90% 91%

Sale
Sale
Sale

iooy4
94%

92%
Sale

93%
105%

Sale
Sale

91% Nov 6
104% Nov 27

Sale
95%
105 Va
Sale
106 Va 106%
102% Sale
102% Sale

97%

Sale
Sale

951/4 Nov
4
104% Nov
8
105% Nov 29
101% Nov 19
101 y4 Nov
8
99% Nov 29

Feb

96 y4 Nov

4
4

84% Oct 17

Nov 27

114

Jan

3

Feb

197

Sep 13

Feb

109% Nov

106

—

101

4

128

1

49% Oct 17

155% Jun

147% Nov 11

170

Nov 27

Sale
Sale
91%

93%
90%

Nov 11

20

1

101
Apr 15
93 Va Sep 16

105% Jan 24

7

89% Sep 18

94% Apr 23

101% Nov 26
96% Nov 12
94% Nov 19
93% Nov 26

2
98% Jan
92
Sep 10
32% Oct 18
91% Nov 6
104% Sep 17

101% Nov 26
96% Nov 12

103% Nov 19
94 Va Nov 13

90% Nov

9«

Feb

1

General Motors Accept Corp—

51,821,000

2%s debentures

439,000

debentures.
3%s debentures
3%s debentures

250,000

5s

debentures

2,323,000

4s
5s

debentures
debentures
debentures—

398,000
297,000

691,000
99,000

3s

5s

1964
1969
1972
1975

94%

Sale
Sale
Sale

M-S
M-S
M-S

M-S
M-S

97% Sale
Sale
106 y4
106% 107
Sale
104
104
Sale

908,000

4 Vis debentures

1985




Sale
94%

1979
1980
1981

1977

1982
1983

footnotes, see page 95.

98%
93%
93%
105%

4%s debentures
4%s debentures

For

J-J
M-S

M-S
F-A

422,000

537,000

J-J

—

99%
93%
93 y8
92 y8

iosy2

94

105

105%
101%
102

99%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

99

Nov

93% Nov
93

Nov

4
6
1

106
97%
105 Va
107

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
102% Nov
102% Nov
100 Va Nov

22
26
15
12
12

18
27

95 y4 Oct 21
9
104% Sep
4
105% Feb
101
Oct 21
101
Oct 18
99% Nov 29

96

Jan

9

95% Jan 18
107
Jun 19
98% Jan 18
107

Jun

19

107% Jun 12
104% Mar 7
104% Jan 3
100y4 Nov 27

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

December, 1963
Sales <n
November
Vatue

Stock Exchange

$

BONDS

85,000

915,000

631,000
555,000

2~000
10,000
117,000
25,000

New York

debentures
1977
General Time Corp—
4%s conv subord debs
1979
General Tire & Rub 4%s_1981
Glmbel Brothers Inc 5s
1981
Glidden Co 4%s debs
1983
Goodrich (B F) Co 2%s__1965
4%s s X debentures
1985
4%s

conv

49,000

70.000
3,000

Gen

270,000

28,000
3,000
3,000
30,000
10,000

16~000

J-J
J-J

C
D

1973
1990
2000
1982
2010

J-J
J-J
J-J

1,000

2^000

1976

45,000

44,000
384,000

8,000

—

Hocking Valley 1st 4Vis—1999
Hooker Chemical Corp—
5s conv subord debs__1984
Hotel Corp of America—
6s conv coll tr debs
1972
Household Finance 2%s
1970
4 Vis debentures
1968
4s
s f debentures
.1978
4%s s f debentures
1977
4%s s f debentures
1984
5s
s f debentures
1982

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

J-J
J-J

1987

J-J
J-J
J-J

Hunt Foods St Industries—
4%s conv subord debs
1986

J-J

s

1981

f debentures

4%s debentures

.

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

mtge 3%s ser C
mtge 3%s ser F
1st mtge 3 Vis series G

1974
1984
1980

1989

Cons
Cons

Sale

H

1980

96

Sale

—

Sale

107

108
102 V8

73 3 i

Sale

82

83

142

86%

92 Vi

80%
73
83 Vi

79%

Sale

7

345

120

94%

176

Nov 29

—

176
Nov 29
182% Nov 29

Sale
105

72

Jan

95% Nov

1

100% Nov 14

87
101%
102%
101 Vi
97%
102%

Nov 12

104
102

Nov 15

102%
102
97%
102 %

Nov 13
Nov 11
Nov 15

100% Nov 27
103% Nov 27

174

Nov 22

183

100

Nov 20

Nov 13

Nov 12

105% Nov

1

103% Nov 11

103% Nov 20

105 Ya Nov 21
4
101
Nov
7
74% Nov
71
Nov 13
1
73% Nov

107 Ya
102%
74 %
71

87

6
71% Nov
4
86% Nov 26
83% Nov
8

83%

81

72

86%

4
NOV 27
7
Nov

Nov

Nov 13
1

73% Nov

Mar 18
Apr 18
Nov 12
2

Aug
Jan 24

Nov 15

153% Mar

1

88% Nov

Nov

6

91% Nov
73
Nov
86% Nov
86 Vi Nov

14
29

146

Nov 22

131% Nov 21

182% Apr 15

81

Jan

15

26
21

73

81

Nov 22

81 Vi

Jan

2

93%

Juiy~26

83

Jun

5

80% Oct 16
84

Apr~15

__

__

79% Jan 14

—

79% Jun 13

—

152

351

Sale

99 Ya

94%

___

119%
82

325
Nov~26
98% Nov
4

Sale

118

__

90

91%
100

98

102

101

96%

100%
97

101%

Nov

1

104% 105
102% 105%
99 Va
—

384

Nov~15

98% Nov 13
120

Nov 21

Jan

24

Sep 30
95% Jan 15

263

115

Mar

7

97% Nov 20

99

Nov

7

2
85 Vi Aug
3
90% Jan
5
98 Va Sep
4
95% Oct
100
Oct 22
4
100% Sep
103
Sep 13
102% Sep 19
97% Oct 16

90
Nov 20
91% Nov 20
99%'Nov 21
96% Nov
4
100% Nov 18
103 Vi Nov
___

,r

90% Nov 20
91% Nov 20
100

97% Nov 15
100% Nov 26
__

6

Nov 21

105

■

Nov 27

r

99

Nov 18

96% Nov 29

82
87

79

81%

80 Va

Sale

85%

84%

79
Nov 12
84% Nov 20

80 Vi Nov 20
85 Vi Nov 11

79
Nov 12
84% Sep 26

85% Nov 12

85% Nov 12

85% July
85% July
86% Jan

85%
85 Vi

85%
85%

86

88
82

82

79%

91% Nov 14
74
May 29
86% May 23
87% May 31
Oct 11

96% Nov 29

79 %

11

82

Sale

74%

Jun

79% Apr 10

97 Vi

82

60

__

—

79

4

107% May 27
103% July 3
77
Apr
3
74% Sep
5
77
May 31

Sale

Sale

5
27
15

104% July 30
99% May 8
73% Oct 21
68
Jan
3
71% Jan 22
56% Jan
4

65% Jan
2
86% Apr 29

__

103% 105
102
103%
97% 99

82

18
H

106
Oct 18
104% Jan
3

97%

ir

201% Jun

14

95
Jan
7
103 % Oct 15

Sale

Vi

100% Nov
101% Apr
106
Apr
103% Mar
100% Nov
105% Mar

92% Jan li
80% Oct 16

__

Sale

98
96
100

2
2

144

148% Jan

-—

99

90%
91%

94% May 20

182 Vi Nov 29

91%
Sale

118

—

91% July 19

4
6

131% Nov 21

84

82

________

88

Nov 12

_

84

88

Nov 12

84

Nov 22

82

1.

u

82% Nov

4

Jun

79% Feb
74% Jan

9
9
2
18
6

288
384
100

Sep

4

Nov 30

Apr 30

121% Sep 24
94
92
101
99

103%
104%

Jan 25

July

1

Mar 26
Jan 31
Mar 8
Mar 14

Apr
4
105% May 15
105

101% Mar 12
105% May 31

82% Mar 22
87

Jan

8

88
Mar 18
85% Aug 14
88% July 11
82
84

Jun 18
Nov 22

8
79% Mar 14

___

II

79% Aug 23
83
Jun 24

198
July 11
88% Nov 27
103
104

_

J-D

Co—

conv

debentures

1972

1st mtge 3.20s series I
1st mtge 3Vis series J
1st mtge 4%s series K
1st mtge 4Vis series L

1982

M-S
Af-S

1981
1987
1989

J-J
J-J
F-A

102% Sale
102% 104

Sale
101% 102%.
100%

International Harvester Credit
4%s debs series A
1979

175

__

87%
91

M-N
F-A
Af-S

104 %

J-J

101%

F-A

128

M-N

225

4.90s s f debentures
1987
Interstate Dept Stores—
45/«s conv subord debs
1981
Interstate Oil Pipe Line—
3Vis s f debs series A—1977
4Vis s f debentures
1987
Interstate Power Co 3%s_1978

A-O

104%

F-A

120

..

_

—

1980

mortgage 3s

I T E Circuit Breaker—
4Vis conv subord debs!

Af-S
J.J
J-J
J-J

1982

A-O

95

85

Jersey Cent P St L 2%s__1976

Af-S

Joy Manufacturing 3%s__1975
Kanawha St Mich Ry 4s__1990

Af-S
A-O
J-D

Af-S

88

100

Sale

70%
85

J-D

79
80%

J-D

81

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

90
Nov 22
99 Vi Nov
1

90
Nov 22
100 Vi Nov 12
101% Nov 13

—

101

1
4
1

102
Nov 19
103% Nov 22
103% Nov 13

100% Oct 22
101% Sep 26
101% Sep
9

July 11
104% Jun 14

9

123% Nov 12

102

101% Nov 13

101%

100% Nov
102

Nov

92% July 26
Feb
1
Jan 14

104% Mar 15
106

Sale

118

Sale

114

Nov 22

123% NOV 12

101

Jan

Sale

134

135

137

Sale

130

Nov 18

137

Nov 29

125

July 25

148

265

Sale
103%

274
103

Sale

265

Nov

233

Mar 21

288

Sale

181

234

Sale
124
__

101%

—

179

86%
99%
90%

103

103

—

Sale

102% Nov

1

275

Nov

101% Nov 15

103

Nov 18

164% Nov 26

183% Nov 14

87% Nov 13

86%

4

87 % Nov 13

—

—

90%

__

75

93%

Sale

91%

92%

93

Nov

1

95

Nov 15

_

84%

—

84%

84% Nov 29

_

91%

__

91%

__

91% Nov

84% Nov 19
91% Nov 27

_

__

__

__

__

—

—

__

__

__

—

86%
—

85%
82%
82

—

82

83

98

F-A

63%

Sale

72%

J-J

61%

63

73

_

84%
94%
100%
126

81%

Sale

82

94%
__

—

94%
100% 102%
126
165
__

100%

81% Nov 27

81% Nov 27
—

—

94% Nov
100% Nov

8

94% Nov 7
101% Nov 4

1

101

8

Nov 26

98%

Sale

99%

Sale

98% Nov

64

66%

65

67%

65

__

_

99% Nov 21

99Vi Nov 21

Sale

73

76

72 Vi Nov

72% Nov

Sale

75

Sale

72% Nov 11

—

98% 100

118% Mar

1

87 Ya Nov 13

Jan 25

Sep 20
104% Apr 2
185

Oct 28

90% July 17
101% Jan 18
92% Mar 13
75
May 22
Jan 28

91% Oct 24

96

Feb 4
Jan 16
Jun 10
85% May 28
85% Mar 14

85 Vi Jun 24
91% Nov 27
70
Jun 10
86% Mar 14

84
90
70

85% Mar 14

—

—

92

92

—

—

91%

Sale

7

—

82

91%
95% 100
104
105%
125% —
99
Sale

Sale

101% July 11

99% Jun 18
90% Jun 7
75
May 22

__

Sale

F-A

9ft.

90
100

121%

59%

page

Sale

Mar 7
87% Jan 24
90
Nov 22
99% Oct 29
101% Sep 24
192

Sale

J-D

see

88% Nov 27

—________

Sale

J-D

For footnotes,

88% Nov 27

102%

—

102

Lake Sh St Mich So 3%s_1997

Lehigh Valley Coal—
1st St ref 5s stamped__1974
Lehigh Valley Harbor Term—
1st mtge 5s extended
1984
Lehigh Valley Ry Co (NY)—
1st mtge 4%s extended-1974

Sale

88%

103%
102% Sale

78
85%

A-O

90

90
99%

75

89

90

200

208

88%

103%

debs series B
1981
sub debs
1988
Internatl Minerals & Chem—
3.65s sub debs (conv)
1977
International Silver Co—
5s conv subord debs
1981
International Tel St Tel—
4%s conv subord debs
1983

4%s
4s/is




92% Nov

164% Nov
166
Nov

Sale

352
98%

18,000

106,000

91 Vi Nov 12

138

79%

—

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

12,000

Sale
Prices

87%

__

299,000

4,000

70
72

84

105%

85%
85%

Sale

105 Va 108
102% 102%
Sale
74 %

Sale

96% 97%
Sale
102%
102 Vi 103%
104

M-N
M-N

Sale

—

85

101

86

99

Sale

90%

101%

180

87

82%

—

Sale
Prices

—

100% Sale
102 Va 103%

89%
72 %

—

87

94

Highest

Sale
Prices

Prices

Ask

99 Vi
Sale
101%
103% 104%
101% 103

88%
71 Vi
86 %

II

115

176
182 Vi

65%

84

95%

91 %
82 Vi

Lowest

Sale

Sale

Steel

Kansas

25,000
10,000

__

70 Vi
73%
—

RANGE SINCE JAN. I

Highest

__

101% 103
97% 105
102% 103%

' 1st mtge 3 Vis series C—1984
City Term Ry 2%s_'74
Kentucky Central 1st 4s__1987
Kimberly-Clark Corp 3%s_1983
4%s s f debentures
1986
Kings Co El Lt St Pwr 6s_1997
Koppers Co 1st mtge 3s—1964

8,000

Sale

101

103

83%

J-J
J-D

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

Sale

81

84%
92
79

167

M-S

166
170

Sale
104 Vi

86%

79 %

J-J

Sale
__

105%

J-U

Hackensack Water 2%s
1976
Haloid Xerox Corp—
MVis conv subord debs-1981
Called bonds (Nov 29)

92
82 Vi

Sale

104%

73

1983

Bid

186

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

Bid

178

82%

55%

Closing or

or
Ask

Sale

78%
65

Kansas City Pr St Lt 2%s_1976
1st mortgage 2%s
1978
1st mortgage 2%s
1980
Kansas City Southern Ry—

8,000
11,000

Sale
98%

Apr

mortgage 3%s

1st

57,000

73%
68

—

Apr

J-D
M-N
J-D

4,000
5,000
107,000
10,000

155,000

100

Opening

11

BONDS

-PRICES IN NOVEMBERNov. 29
Lowest

Nov. 1

101%
102%

Sale

1980
1981
1982

Inland
3 Vis

666,000

105

Sale
—

142%

mortgage 2%s
mortgage 3%s
mortgage 3VaS

1969

Indianapolis Union Ry Co—
2 Vis series C
1986

191,000

—

Sale

Sale

J-D

1979

1978

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

34,000

96%

.

71%

J- J
J-D

69,000

70,000

97%
103 Ya

Sale
_

J-J
J-J
J-J

1976

39,000

28,000
30,000

5s series
4 Vis ser
3 Vis ser
3 Vis ser

Gulf States Utll 2%s
1st mortgage 3s
3s debentures
1st mortgage 2%s

4%s
1,002,000

89
101%
104%

1978
1987

Great Western Financial—
5s conv subord debs
1974
Gulf Mobile St Ohio RR—
Gen M inc 5s A
July 2015
Gen M inc 4s B
Jan 2044
1st & ref 3%s ser G
1980
A 5s inc debs ser A
2056

1st
1st
1st
1st

77,000
76,000

F-A
A-O
J-D

166

mtge
mtge
Gen mtge
Gen mtge
Gen

94,000
3,000

146

148%

M-N

Gen

8,000
34,000

M-N

J-D

1975

conv

Gen

11,000

82 Vi

103

Grand Union Co—
4V«s conv subord debs
Grant (W T) Co 4%s
Great Northern Ry—

7,000

91 %

N
O
mtge 2%s ser P
mtge 2%s ser Q

3%s

26,000

J-J

Af-S

M-N
Af-N
M-N

(W R) St Co—
subord debs

Grace

689,000

.

Gen Motors Corp 3%s
1979
General Shoe 3.30s debs
1980
General Telephone Corp—
1971
4s conv debentures

65,000
150,000
8,000

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

—

Nov 21
1

66% Nov

75

7
1

Nov 29

81

Jan

82% May
82
Apr
94% Sep
100% Nov
125% Mar
98% Aug

14

17
18
27
8
4

13

91% Apr 25
59% Jan 2

83%
83%
84%
96%
104
126
101

Apr 22
Jun

11

Aug 1
Feb 18

Apr 25
July 11
Nov 26

91% Apr 25
70
July 8

Jan

8

63% Jan

2

77

Jun 27

63

3

75

Jun 24

98

Jan

100% Feb

5

NEW YORK STOCK

12
Sales In
November
Value

New York
Stock Exchange

11,000
53,000

32,000
11,000
38,000
405,000

Opening or
Bid

Bid

49Vi

53%

57%

54%
Sale

60
65 Vi

Sale

35

36%
40%

37%
39%
44

A-O
A-O

70

Sale

34%
37
40%
72%

101

J-D

113%

Af-N

1976

Closing

Ask

May
May
May

Lehigh Valley Term By 5s_'79
Lexington & Eastern 5s
1965
Libby McNeil & Libby—
5s conv s t debs

Nov. 29

49
51
58Vi

Af-N
Af-N

Ser B 4Vis fixed int
2003
Ser C 5s
fixed int
2003
ASer D 4s
cont int_2003
A Ser E 4 Vis cont Int_2003
ASer F 5s
cont int_2003

16,000
1,000

Nov. 1

Interest Opening or
Period
Bid
Ask

Lehigh Valley BR Co—
Gen consol mtge bonds
Ser A 4s
fixed int__2003

BONDS

—

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale

-PRICES IN NOVEMBEB-

Price Jan. 2,
1963

BONDS

EXCHANGE

__

Sale

100

114%

55%
62%

64%

—

Sale
Sale
Sale
73 Vi
102%

__

33
.

Sale

35

36

39
39
40
73 Vi
77%
100 J/4 102%

Sale
Prices

Sale
Prices

or

Ask

53%
59%

Highest

Lowest

53 Vi Nov 26
60
Nov
1
64% Nov 15

55% Nov

Nov 26

34% Nov

Nov 21

37% Nov

33
36

.7
Nov
1
64Vi Nov 15

60

73

Nov

1

1
1
73% Nov 20
41

39% Nov 15
4

Nov

50
Jan
Jan
54
58% Jan

4
9

2
26
Nov 21
39% Nov 15
Jan
2
70
33
36

Nov

99% May 13
NOV 13

112 %

Sale

112% Nov 29

116

104%

McNeil & Libby
5s 1976 partially called

Prices

Prices

Sale

104 % Nov 26

109% Nov 13

89% Nov 29
83% Nov
8
107% Nov
8

110

Aug 28

57% July 16
62% Mar 26
66%
38%
40%
44
77%
101

Mar 18
Jan
9
Jan 28

Jan

28

July 12
Mar 25

120% May 23

Libby
62,000

104 % Nov 26

Ling-Temco-Vought Inc—
438,000
641,000
1,818,000

247,000

922,000
29,000
58,000
——

5 Vis "conv" sub debs_1976
5Vis subord debs
1976
4%s conv sub debs___1976
Lionel (The) Corp—
5Vis conv subord debs.1980
Litton Industries Inc—
3 Vis conv subord debs
1987
Lockheed Aircraft Corp—
3.75s conv subord debs_1980
4.50s debentures
1976
Lone Star Gas 4%s
1982
4 Vis s f debentures
1987

Long Island Lighting Co—
2,000
1st mtge 3%s ser D
1976
_—Lorillard (P) Co 3s debs—1976
20,000
3%s debentures
1978
6,000
4Vis s f debs
1986
Louisville & Nashville RR—
3,000
1st & ref M 3Vis ser F_2003
27,000
1st & ref M 2%s ser G-2003
6,000
1st & ref M 3%s ser H-2003
1st & ref M 3Vis ser I_2003
16,000
Coll trust 4%s_
1987
St Louis Div 2d gold 3s_1980
5,000 Louisville Gas & El 2%s__1979
1st
1st

5,000

mortgage 3 Vis
mortgage 3 Vis
1st mortgage 4%s
1st mortgage 47/is

1982
1984
___1987
1990

M-S

Sale

83%

86%

Sale

89%

Sale

81%
105

M-S
m-s

Sale
Sale

82%
104%

Sale
Sale

86
Nov
6
80% Nov 26
103% Nov 20

63%

Sale

56%

Sale

55% Nov 29

Sale

121 %

Sale

117

210
97

Sale
Sale

199% Nov 7
96% Nov 15

A-O

60%

Sale

A-O

110%

Sale

125

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

226

Sale
97

195

96%
__

J-D

■

90

Af-S
A-O

103%

84%

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

M-N

_

88

94

104% 105 %
71%
60%
75%
71
__

77%
__

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

—

70
—

_

_

—

__

105%

101

77 Vi
79

—

—

—

202

100
101 Vi 102%
99% 101 %
__

91%
87%
94%
102%

70%
63%
78%

127

1

Nov 14

212% Nov 11
97
Nov 14

100% 102 3i
100% 101%
90%

95%

Nov 20

95%

94

94%

Nov~15

102 % Nov

69%

—

G5

101% 102
72%
78%
80%
79
103%
__

—

1

70% Nov 14
Nov 13
Nov 26

101%

Nov~13

102

Nov 19

79%

__

Sale

72%
78%
80%

Nov~15

102% Nov

64
78

Nov~20

—

102

—

Nov 20

Nov
7
Nov 26

63
78

65

75%
68%

__

71

70% Nov 14

„

63

1

91
94%

^

—

Sale

__

__

55% Nov 29
104% Mar

1

184
Sep 23
96% Nov 15
101 % Oct 11

100% Jun 14
91

—

86%

__

79 %

Nov~20

—

89% May 24
85% Aug 20
109% Aug 27

69% Jun

5

131% Oct 22
238

9

May

Aug 20
103% Mar 15
102
Mar 22

100

90% May

7
86% Feb
6
93% Feb 11
102
Jun 13

93% Feb
7
88 % Mar 12
94% Aor
5
105% Jan 21

69% Jun 10
60 % Jan
7
7
75% Jan
71
May 2
7
99% Feb
70 % Apr 22
78% Apr 19
84 % Apr
8

May 16
65% Aug 27
78% Oct 29
71
May 2
103% Apr 18
72
Jan 29
80% Oct 11
84 % Apr
8
79
Mar 12
104
Nov 21

103%

~

104

Nov 21

104

NOV 21

79
102

Mar 12
Oct 11

102

__

—

Nov 22

63% NOV

80% Apr 16
74% May 2
98% July 19

109 % Nov 13

Sale

102

Nov 29

103

Nov 13

102

Nov 29

72

103

MacAndrews & Foroes Co—

13,000

73,000

5s

debs

1987

F-A

Mack Trucks Inc 5 Vis

1981

A-O
M-N

conv

subord

Macy (R H) & Co 27/8s__1972
34,000
27,000
15,000
12,000

5s conv subord debs
1977
Macy Credit Corp 43/4S
1981
Maine Central RR 5Vis_1978

Marathon
May

Oil

4%s

1987

97%

102% 103%

98

88

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

173

189 Va

Sale

83

—

2,000

1972
1978

J-J F-A

85
88

f debentures

1980

85%

466,000
2,000

1977

102

F-A
F-A

104 Va
83%

F-A
Af-S
M-S

107

4%s conv subord deb* 1992
McCrory Stores 5 Vis debs_1976

4Vis debentures

1980

4Vis conv subord debs

5,000
60,000
1,000
6,000

35,000
9,000
45,000

1975

Metropolitan Broadcasting—
6s conv subord debs.
1975
Metropolitan Edison 27/eS_1974
1st mortgage 2%s_;
1980
Michigan Bell Tel 3Vis
1988
1991

Michigan Central RR—
Ref & imp 4Vis ser C 1979
Michigan Cons Gas 3Vis 1969
1st mortgage 2%S
1969
1st mortgage 3Vis
1969
3Vis debentures
1967
Minneapolis Honeywell Reg—
3%s s f debentures
1976
3.10 s f debentures
1972
Minneapolis & St Louis Ry—
1st mortgage 6s
1985

102%

Sale
Sale

119%
80%

Sale
Sale

90
101

86 % Nov 20
88
Nov 19

88

Nov 18
7
Nov

106

Sale

J-J

79%

Sale

A-O
M-N

79%

80

F-A
A-O

84
82

J-D

99%

J-J

82

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

96%

1st M 4 Vis inc ser A_Jan 1971
AGen M 4s inc A__Jan 1991
Minnesota Min & Mfg 2%s_'67

93%

87 %

220%

Sale

86%

84

1st mortgage 4s

1990

100

Feb

73

May

104

Nov 26

8
108
Nov
93 % Nov 19

104
93

Sale

Sale

204

87 % Nov

1

Nov 21

192

CO CO £ fc o > 12

225% Nov

4

.

|J

-

91

96%

95%

95%
96

92

92V4

95%
93%
951/4

97 Va
— —

97%

95%

M-N

95%

Sale

97% 100

May
May

Sale
Sale

88%

88%

59 %

A-O

81
52
93%

J-D

55%
66%

—

91%

-

8

Nov

8

——

Nov 29
96% Nov 20
93% Nov 29

Nov 29
Nov 19
93% Nov 29

92

Nov~22

98

95% Nov 27
6

91% Nov

—

80
—

—

97%

Sale

95%

Sale

Nov

92
95

—

—

—

80

Sale
Sale
Sale
96

II

96%
92

91%

81 Va
100 Va

553,000

A5Vis subord inc debs_2033

17,000

106,000

Missouri Pacific RR—
4 Vis series B

1990

4 Vis series C__
A4Vis series A

2005
—2020

A4Vis series B
2030
A 5s income debs
2045
Mohawk & Malone "1st 4s_1991
Monongahela Railway Co—
a 1st mtge 3 Vis ser B
1966
Monon RR 6s
Jan 1 2007

Nov

15

.20,000
737,000
2,000

179,000

4%s debentures——
1980
4Vis debentures-;
1981
5 Vis subord debs
1981
Morris & Essex 1st 3%s_2000
Mountain States Tel & Tel—
2Vis debentures—
1986
3 Vis debentures
1978

NAFI Corporation—
5Vis conv subord debs 1980
Nashville Chattanooga & St
Louis 1st mtge 3s ser B 1986

9

Nov

8

82

80

99% Jun 26

92% Jun 11

98% Feb 15
93% Nov 29

96

Apr 26

95% Nov

94% July 31

91% Nov

91

July 18

97% Jan 31
93
May 21

2
2

93%

94%

94%

—

93% May 23

89% Mar 20
60% July 8
95% Oct
9

56%

60 %

62

61%

61%

Sale
Sale

80

93%
21%

Sale
Sale

92%
20

85%
82 Va
78%
77 Va
76%
67

Sale

85%

Sale

85% Nov

1

83%
78%

Sale
Sale

82% Nov
78% Nov

1
1

77
77

Sale
Sale

4
1

67%

66

67%

76% Nov
76% Nov
66
Nov

96%

97%

971/4

61%

Sale

59%

Sale

97 % NOV
8
58
NOV 18

Nov

66

Sale
Sale
65 %

93

26%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

105%
103% 104%
104% 106
—

102
101

Nov 22
Nov
4

61

Nov

6

62

Nov 21

57

Jan

3

65% May 27

80

93
Sale

— —

104

101% 103%

102%

101

35%

Sale

41 Va

M-N

76%
85

77%

74

76%

A-O

86

M-S

78

Sale

F-A.

69%

77

■

•

104%

105
Sale

J-D

Jan
Jan

94

85

36%

Sale

87%

86

Nov

4

85
94

Nov 27
Nov 27

66% Jan
84% Jan

2

89

2

Nov 27
26% Feb 18

55

85 %

Sale

83

84%

71 Va

77

69

92% Nov 14
19% Nov 26

4

102 % Nov 20
101 % Nov
6

103% Nov 26
33% Nov 2"1

1

19% Nov 26

86% Nov 26
84
Nov 27
79% Nov 11

3
78% Jan
77
Jan 16
2
67% Jan
2
65% Jan
2
62% Jan
59
Feb 21

21% NOV

78

Nov

20

78% Nov 15
67
Nov
4

97% Nov
61% Nov

8
1

102 Va Nov 20
101% Nov 15
104
Nov 21
41% Nov 4

87%

77

95

Apr 17

25% Jan

4

101% Oct 23
101 Va Nov
6
103 % Nov 26
33% Nov 21

Nov 12

82% Nov 26

74

Nov 12

85% Nov

1

74

Nov

12

85

74

Sale

A-O
J-D
A-O

105% 106 %
103% 105
102% 103

104% 104%
104%

104 Va

100

101

M-S

104%

106% 108




.

May 21

81
52

1987
1985
50,000
4Vis s f debentures
1987
National Cylinder Gas Co—
83,000
5 Vis conv subord debs
1977
For footnotes, see page 95.
——

99

88% Nov 19
8
60 % Nov
4
94
Nov

162

70,000

Nov 29

92

Jan
3
94% Sep 23

87% Nov 26

"Af-N

debs

3

102'/a Jan 2.3

89%
Sale

1976

6s conv subord

National Biscuit Co—
4Vis subord debs—
Natl Cash Register 4Vis

9

July

82

Jan

18

Sale

242

Sale

.

247

__

101

107%

Nov 27

94

6
87% Jun
7
85% Jun
79% Nov 11

78

Nov 20

78% Nov 15
67
Oct 25

97% Nov
8
61 % Oct 25
105
105

July 12 J
July 12
106% Jun 14
43% Feb 14
77% Jan 16
87
Sep
6
.

8

77% Jan 17

a8

Apr

8

72

Oct 24

70

Mar

National Airlines—

673,000

Oct 28
9

88
Jan
83% Jan

88%
56 Va

Sale
Sale

J-J
F-A
F-A

229

Sale

Montgomery Ward Credit Corp
3,000
25,000

12

88 Va Nov

100% Oct 16

Sale

22%

Jan
7
86% Sep 19

116

14
8
103% May 1

93% Jan 21

79

F-A

8

113
Feb
94 Va Oct

99 % Nov 20

77%
68%

April

78% Jan

122% Nov 15
88% Mar 7

6

J-J

56%

101% Sep 26

104

98

J-J-

M-S

Nov 26
Jun 13

19
7
Jun 18

88% Oct

99%

Sale

63%

7

20

98

84%
21%

April
April
April

18

86 Va Nov
88
Jun

83% Jan

I

82
101

Jun 10

86% Aug 21
86
Aug 28

122% Nov 15
1
80% Nov

87 Va

80

85

7
79% Nov 26

93% Nov 19

88 Va

Sale

F-A
A-O

April

15,000

2

July 19

118% Nov

—

95

J-J
A-O

873,000

Jan

234 Va Nov 20
104
Apr
8
90
Sep 27
103% Mar 22

101 Va Oct 29

101% 103

98%

Prior lien 4Vis ser D
1978
ACum adj 5s ser A_Jan 1967

447,000

17

101% Nov 18

92%

97

3,000
46,000

378,000
270,000

4

Sep

101% Nov 18

—

Missouri-Kansas-Texas RR—

278.000

Jan

176
101
83
100

Sale

105

108 Va

91%
102
104

86% Nov 20
Nov 19

15

Feb

103% July 10
91
Jan 29

Sale
Sale

80

—

Missouri-Kansas-Tex Ry Co—

37,000

100% Nov 21

__

121

Minn St P & S Ste Marie—

51,000
148,000
1,000

86 Va
87
88%
101%

104%

(J Ray) & Co—

5s subord conv debs
1972
McKesson & Robbins 3Vis '73

4Vis debentures-

-r

89

88

May Stores Realty 5s

Af-S
F-A

s

Merritt-Chapman & Scott—.
330,000

234% Nov 20
101 % Nov 14

Sale

230

86 Va
88

McDermott

248,000
4,000

225
Nov
1
101 % Nov 14
89
Nov 21

100% NOV

91

105

97% Jan
3
Jan 15
88

Department Stores—

2%s debentures
3 Vis s f debentures
McCall Corporation—

97,000
340,000

234
102
90

Sale

100%

225
Sale
101% 105
90
89
99% 101

3 Vis

11,000
3,000

1

100%

Sale

91

103%

99%

100%

102% NOV 22

Sale

231

Nov 26

253

Nov 11

149% Jan 16

273% Aug 30

Sale
104%
Sale

104

Nov 27

105% Nov 15

105
103

108 Va Nov

Sale

100%,

Nov~27

105% Nov 19

Nov

6

104
Sep 17
103% Jan 25
100
July 19

108% Nov

8

104

101

Jan

4

108% Mar 14
Aug 15
Jan
7

8

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE—BONDS

December. 1963
lilM la
November

New York

Valwe

8

Price Jan. 2,
1963
Interest Opening or

Stock Exchange

BONDS

26,000
3,000
15,000

13,000

35,000
568,000
16,000
10,000
40,000

122,000
5,000

Period

Nat Dairy Prod 2%« deb«_1970
3a
debenture®
1970
3%a debentures
1976
4%s s f debentures
1992
National Dlst & Chem 4%s_'83
Natl Distillers Prod 3%s—1974
National Lead Co —
4%s subord debs
1988
National Steel Corp 3%s—1982
1st mortgage 3%s
1986
1st mortgage 4%e
1989
National Tea Co—
3Vis subord conv debs—1980
5s s f debentures
1977
New England Tel & Tel—
3s debentures
„1982
3s debentures
1974
New Jersey Bell Tel 3%s—1988

247,000
17.000
8,0000

10,000
2,000
5.000
6,000

876,000
601,000
3,000
20,000

1,000

5,000
32,000
5,000
20,000
2,000
22,000
8,000
6,000
7,000

10,000
39,000

96,000
83,000
65,000
15,000

A-O

83%
87Vi
80%

M-S

J-J
F-A
M-S

Sale
_

91%
102%

82%
87%
77%

—

90
82

__

Sale
__

__

__

__

61%

Bale

67%

F-A
F-A

53

Sale

57

68
58

52%

56

60%

J-O

86%
80%

86%
81%

-

2043
2043

N Y Lack & West 4s ser

Gtd 4Vis series B

A.1973

1973

N Y New Haven ds^Hartf'd RR
t A 1st & ref M 4s ser A-2007
tAGen mtge inc 4Vis A-2022
Harlem Riv & Port Chester
tA 1st mtge 4Vis ser A-1973*
N Y Power & Lt 23/is
1975
N Y & Putnam 1st gtd 4s_1993
N Y State El & Gas 2%s_1977

1st & cons M 4s ser A_2004
A Gen mtge 4 Vis ser A_2019
N Y Telephone 23/is ser D-1982
3 Vis series E
1978
3s series F
1981

4Vis series K

—

—.—

1989
—1996
-—1991
1993

Niagara Mohawk Power Corp
General mtge 23,is
1980
General mtge 2%s
1980
General mtge 3Vis
1983
General mtge 3Vis
1983
General mtge 4%s
1987
Nopco Chemical Co—
434s conv sub debs
1987
Norfolk & Western 1st 4s_1996
Northern Central Ry—
Gen & ref 5s
ser A__1974
Gen & ref 4Vis ser A—1974
Northern Natural Gas Co—
3%s s f debentures
1973
3 Vis s f debentures
1973

debentures
4Vis s f debentures

3 Vis

1974
1976

debentures
1977
4%s s
1978
4%s s f debentures
.1980
4Vis s f debentures5 Vis s f debentures
1979
4%s s f debentures
1981
4%s s f debentures
1981
4%s s f debentures
1983
North'n Pac Ry prior lien 4s '97
General lien 3s
Jan 2047

impt 4Vis ser A_2047
Collateral trust 4s
1984

Ref &

A-O

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

84%
59%

J -J

16%
6%

May

74
85

_

43
46

63%
75

_____

88

86

A-O

55%

J-J

85
86

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

_

70%

Sale

Sale
Sale
84

May

31%
78%
86 %

77%
83
85

69

80%
88

Sale

82 Vi

81%

79 Vi
82%
101%

86
Sale
Sale

91% Nov
101 Vi Nov
101% NOV

91
93
91

1
8
1

Sale
88

100%
86

93%
102%
87
100

88%

80

86% Nov
6
94% Nov 21
103 Vi Nov 14

99% Nov

100% Nov
4
86% Nov
6
94% Nov 21
104% Nov 13

87
Nov 26
102 Vi Nov
6

102% Nov

8

93

Nov

8

102% Feb 15
87
101

4
6

Nov 26
Jun 28

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

1975
1978
1979

3Vis

1982

1st

1st
1st

mortgage

mortgage 3Vis—1984

Sale
70

81
88

70

Sale

93

96

93%

94%
_

100% 101%
101
—

104%
102% 106%
103%
—

M-N

Q-Jan

87%

Sale

Q-Feb
J-J
A-O

59%
93%
93%

Sale
Sale

94%

F-A
A-O

84
86

Sale

1
Nov 27
Nov 29
Nov
8

98

4
4
1

Nov 20

mortgage 4s
mortgage 5s

1988
1990

1st
1st
1st

mortgage 47/aS
mortgage 4%s

1991
1992

mortgage 4%s
1993
(Wise) 1st mtge 2%s—1977

M-S
A-O

1979

MS
J-D

80
102

J-J

125%

mortgage 3s

1986

1st mortgage 4%s—1987
Northrop Corp—
5s conv 6Ubord debs
1979
Northwest'n Bell Tel 2%s__'84
3 Vis debentures
1996

Nov 12
Nov 12
7
60% Nov

May 29
May 29
Sep 10

2

65
71
78
98

__

79

60% Jan 29

1
Nov 27
Nov 29
67% Nov 27

__

—

87%
Sale

Nov 21

18% Nov
1
7% Nov 12

85% Nov 19

85% Nov 19

85

59

62

55% Jan
79 Vi Jun

v

73
Sale
—

__

__

83

101% 102%

77 Vi
80 Vi
85

97

Nov 14

Nov

6

95
94

99
96

96%
92% 93 %
94%
100%
100% 103%
100% Sale
102% 104
104%
103%
101%
100
Sale
89% 90 Vi
61% Sale
95% 95 Vi
95%

__

111%
92

Nov 29

31% Nov

7
Nov
6
86% Nov 22
82 Vi Nov 12
78

82%

Nov" 27

101
95

Nov
6
NOV 22

80

Nov 18

84
Nov 21
101% Nov
1
96% Nov 15

103% Nov 12

105 Vi Nov

8

110

112% Nov 12
94% Nov 18

94

93%
101

__

Sale

100% 103%
100%
102 Vi 104%
105
105 Vi
__

__

100%

104

Sale

89 Vi

90

61

63
Sale

95

95%

—

55%
87%
64%
82

May 15
Sep 19
2

6

85% July 26
82
Oct 22
78% Jun 13

105

94
92 Vi

20% Feb 14
8% Aug 21

86% Nov 22
82 Vi Nov 12

18
6
12

99
96

16% Jan
6% May

59% Jan 11
25% Apr 26

80
Nov
81 % Nov
84
Nov

93

93

55% Feb 18
Feb 15
58

68
Nov 29
31 % Nov
7
79% Nov 20

81 % Nov 15
84
Nov 12

Sale
94%

Nov 14

93% Nov 18
98% Nov

7

95
Nov 18
92 Vi Nov
6
93 % Nov 13
101
Nov 13
100% Nov 22
100% Nov 4
102 % Nov 26
105 Vi Nov 13
103 Vi Nov 15
4
101% Nov
100
Nov
1
89
Nov 14
60% Nov 20

98% Nov

95

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
105 Vi Nov
104
Nov
101% Nov

92%
93%
101%
100%
100%
103 Vi

7

18
14
13
27
22
1
15
13
15
4

81
101

~~95

Nov

6

Apr 30
Sep
4
Sep 30

77% Jan
81% Nov
84
Oct
88
Sep
103% Nov

15
15
22

17
12

95

Nov 13

61% Nov 13
95 Vi Nov
6
95 Vi Nov
7

Sale
Sale

104

Sale

80%
87%
84%

89%
Sale

.1980
1st mortgage 2Vis
Oklahoma Gas & El 2%s. .1975
.1979
1st mortgage 3s
.1980
1st mortgage 2%s
1st mortgage 3%s— .1982
1st mortgage 3Vi8_— .1985
.1988
1st mortgage 3 Vis
.1987
1st mortgage 4%s.
.1993
1st mortgage 4Vis
Olin Mathteson Chemical Corp
5Vis conv sbord debs_ .1982
5 Vis conv subord debs_. .1983
Owens-Illinois Glass 3Vis .1988
Oxford Paper Co—
4Vis conv subord debs_. .1978

M-N
F-A

84
84

86%




95.

94%
103%
104

98
Sale
Sale

J-D
M-N

Sale

84% Nov 26

85% Nov 11

116

II
94

104%
104

Sale

79%

97
95%
Sale

80
98

Nov
8
Nov
6
1
94% Nov
103% Nov
1
104
Nov 22

81
98
95%
105

100 % Nov

100 % Nov

104

Nov 19
Nov
6
Nov
6
Nov
8
NOV 22

99% 100%
99

84

120%

100

15

13

__

rm_

—

85%

80%

""

95

J-J
M-S

103%

M-N

113%

M-S
J-D

113%
92%

95

A-O

112

Sale

—

86 %
85
86 Vi
—

__

—

—

85

100% 101 %
101%
—

Sale
Sale

117% 118%
119%
Sale
92%

109%

94

Sale

79%

83%

80%
88
100
__

120

118%
92

ill

Mar 28
Feb 14
Mar 26
Jan
9
106% Mar 7

Oct 23

91
87

Apr 15

98% Nov

Jan

14

97

Sep

93

Jan 17
Jun 27
Nov 13

96
94

Mar
Jan

92%
93%
99%
100%
99%
102%
103
103%
99%

May

3

Nov 22
Oct 22

120
97

Jan

96% Apr
102

7

Feb 20

Feb

7
6

8
4

9
12

104% Mar 4
103% Jan 18

Sep 19

105

Jan

105% Nov 13
105% Mar 13
103% Jun
7
100% Oct 30
91% July 11
62% Mar 26

8

July 15
Oct 15

Feb

4

93
94

Jan
Jan

83
84
84

Jan

Sep 24
July 16

86% Jan
9
85% Mar 18

Jan

80

80
97

Nov

98
96
8

7

Feb
Feb

18
7

86

Jun

19

94
Apr 15
103% Jun 21
103% Feb 18

Jan
7
Oct
8
85
Jan
ft
100
Jan 17
97% Jan
7
105
Jun 27
104
Jan
7

100% Nov 15
82% Apr 22

100Vi Nov"13
83% Feb 26

Sale

101

Nov 21

101

Nov 21

101

116

Nov

124

Nov 12

114

1

78

87%
85%
78%
84%
81%

81%
84%
87%
91

July 22

July 23
8

July 12

87

75

Nov~21

104

Oct 2S

134 Vi Jan 14
77
Jan 21
80% Jun 14

Apr

8

80% Jun 14
__

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

85%

79

87%
85%
79%
85 Vi
81%
79%
83%

6
Oct 22
35% Feb 13
81% Feb 21
87% Jan 29
3
84% Jan
4
83% Jun

Sep

69

80
85

87

100%

100%

78%

-r

M-S
A-O

footnotes, see page

82%

84%

__

99% 100%
82%
84
85%

82%

F-A

J-D
J-D

87

81 Vi

Ohio Edison Co 1st 3s— .1974
.1975
1st mortgage 2%s

M-S

86

14
27
Feb
1

Jun

93

59% Jan

Nov

71

July 26
Jan

110

99% Sep
87% Jan

95

8

78

100% Nov 12
89% Nov 4

83

85Vi
83%

Sep 16
May 8
July 19
July i6

39% Nov 26
46% Jan 14

64% Jan 23
68

81

—

8

50

Nov 21

85
—

76
76

6% Nov 22

79%
95

3

17

82
82

7

70

52

__

Apr 38
Apr 19

89

Nov 19

4

Jan

8

Jan

10

87

2

Mar 19

51

46% Nov

1

Jun

70% Jun 26
59% July 1
63% July 18
82
90
71

88

.

55Vi

85%

83%

85

__

69 Vi May 22

59% Jan
89
May
70% Jan

.

___

5

86% Jan 18
80% Jan 21

Sale
Sale

6%

31%
78%
86%

Jan

39% Nov 26

69
68

100%

77

May 23
103% Mar 18

2
2
2

52% Feb
52% Apr

83

82

J-D

107

Mar 13

Sale
48

73

Sale
93%

97% 101%
96
104

101% Sep 24
87% Jun 26
96% Feb 25
104% Jan 7

88

58

—

83

J-J

1st
1st

4Vis

3
Mar 11
103% Jan 30
90% Sep 25

85% Jan 11
89
Mar 15
83% May 22

68

,

79 y4

93

110 Vi

M-N
M-N
M-N

Nov 14
Nov
4
Nov 29

77%

17 Vi

53

.57
60

82

8434

.

73
73
41
40

67

57
Sale

61%

88

—

68%

67%

Nov 21
Nov 26

59

83Vi

88%
83%

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

1st mortgage

July

88

86% Nov

81
88
67

72
96

"

105%

63% Nov
67% Nov
75 Vi Nov

86% Nov

91%
Sale

60% Nov 26
64% Nov 26

88

87

M-S
M-S

77
87

Jan 31
Feb 20

55% Jan
59% Jan
65% Jan

—

85
86

81
88

81 Vi

112% 115
94 Vi 97

F-A
J-D

92%
95%
92%
103%

81% Aug 14
86% July 17
81% Jun 26
69
Apr 25
84% Mar 8

—

68

13
10
18
18

99% Nov
8
86
July 19
94
July 25

82%

86%
77 %

Highest

Feb 28

Aug
Sep
100% Nov
100% Nov
89% Feb

__

86%

70
81

J-J
A-O

M-N

90%

Nov 21
Nov
4

Sale

80
Sale

M-S

102%

101% 102

lOOVi Nov 18
100% Nov 18

92
93

64

97%

89%
104%

M-N
M-N
M-N
M-N
M-N
M-N

—

4
6

Nov
Nov

56 %
60

96

93

91%

100%

1

93
91

66%

68

A-O
A-O
F-A

91% Nov

94%

92 Vi
91 %

Sale

55%
85%

35

J-J

Prices

Sale

Sale
Sale

59%

98%

Prices

96

54
85
62
79 Vi

Sale

29%
79%
86%
84%
80
101%

Prices

72%

54%

57

A-O
M-N
J-J

Sale

Prices

Sale

18%
7%

45

47%

63%

J-J
A-O

Sale

Sale

74
46
50

J- J

J-J

Sale

61%

88
73

J-3

F-A

Lowest

66 %

88

Sale

65%

J-J
M-S

Ask

Highest

90

_

84

68%
69%

Bid

or

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest
Sale

Northern States Power Co—

1st

For

102%

_

88
96

J-J

20,000

65,000

98%

F-A

_

100%

96%

1,000

700,000
446,000
4,000

96

103%

86%
94%
103%

_

Sale

14,000

29,000
2,000
6,000

M-N

—

86%

88

7,000
3,000
31,000

44,000

M-N
M -N
J-D

67%

(Minn) 1st mtge 2%s__1974

464,000

A-O

__

Sale
Sale
Sale

23,000

2,000

90%

59%
65%

4 Vis series J

3,000

Sale

91%
Sale
100 % 102
101% Sale

89

Closing

Sale
—

55%

39,000
21,000

10,000

_

91%
91%

F-A

3%s series I_.

145,000

92Vi
Sale
91%

Bid

A-O
A-O
A-O

20~000

37~000

101%

Ask'

or
Ask

1998

3s series H

1,000
12,000
5,000

102%

Opening

Ref & impt 4Vis ser A-2013
Ref & impt 5s
ser C-2013
Collateral Trust 6s
1980
N Y Cent & Hudson River—
Gen mortgage 3%s
1997
Lake Shore coll g 3%s_1998
Mich Cent coll g 3Vis—1998
New York Chic & St Louis—
Ref mtge 3 Vis ser E
1980
Ref mtge 3s
ser F—_1986
4Vis lnc debentures
1989
N Y Connect'g RR 2%s B__'75
N Y & Harlem gold 3Vis_2000

New York Central BR—
Cons 4s series A

tN Y Susquehanna & West'n
Term 1st mtge 4s_
1994
4,000
3,000
41,000
3,000

93%
91%

Nov. 29

M -N

Mtge 4s series A
Mtge 4s series B

124,000
3,000

92

-PRICES IN NOVEMBERNov. 1

68
87
90

gtd 1st 4s—1986
New Jersey Pwr & Lt 3s—1974
New Orl Terminal 33/4S__1977
N J Junction

352,000
402,000
450,000
143,000

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

Bid

13

__

86%
80%

Sale

87% Nov 19
84% Nov 13
79% Nov 8
84% Nov 29

88% Nov 18
85% Nov 22
79% Nov 8
84% Nov 29

Marl

86% Sep 17
84% Jan 2
79% Nov 8
84% Jan
8

86% Jan 14
79% Nov 8
86% Jan 14

79% Sep 18
85
Jun 27

81% Oct 11
85
jun 27

91

Feb

12

__

—

__

__

95
100

101%
101%
Sale
Sale
94

112%

Jan

3

July 24
99% Apr 26

117

2

4
4

120% Nov 11
121 % Nov 13
92% Nov
4

113% Jan

117% Nov
92% Nov

113

2

109% Nov

6

111% Nov 22

107% Aug 16

Nov 26

92

Jan

July 30

95

Jan

3

102% Jun 24
99% Jun 13
121
Aug 15
121% Nov 13
95

Feb

20

116% Mar 15

NEW YORK STOCK

14
Sa!es->n

New York

vahJe"

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

Stock Exchange

BONDS

,

Pacific Gas & Electric Co—
1st & refunding mortgage

3%s series
3s
series
3s
series
3s
series
3s
series
3s
series

2,000
20,000
28,000
101,000
67,000
9,000

1966

I
J
K
L
M

1970

N

1971
1974
1979
1977

23,000

2%s series P

1981

13,000
1,000

2%s
3%s
3s
2 %s

.

9,000
..

.

141,000
120,000

100,000
19,000

:_.1988
__1986
1989

3%s series CC

53,000
36,000
15,000
33,000
10,000

611,000

.—1984
1984
1987

1978

4%s series DD
5s
series EE
55/aS series FF
4%s series GG
4%s series HH-_.

36,000

114,000

„1985

3%s series Z
4%s series AA.
5s
series BB

129,000

6,216,000

T

3%s series Y

14,000
37,000
117,000

39.000

1983
—1976

S_

3 Vis series W
3yss series X

42,000
5,000
20,000

24,000
31,000
5,000
12,000

—1980
1982

Q
R

3%s series U_

1,000

36,000
22.000
15,000

series
series
series
series

1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995

4%s series

.

n

Pacific Tel & Tel 2%s debs_'85
2%s debentures
_^_1986
3 "as debentures
1987

1978
1983

3Vis debentures
3 Vis debentures

3 V2s debentures
1981
3%s debentures
1991
4%s debentures
1988
Pacific Western Oil 3%s_1964
Pan Amer World Airways—
4%s conv subord debs 1979

Pennsyl Pwr

Light 3s—1975

Pennsylvania RR—
General 4Vis ser A
1965
General 5s
ser B
1968
General 4Vis ser D
^1981
Gen mtge 4 Vis ser E
1984
Gen mtge 3 Vis ser F
1985
A Peoria & Eastn Ry 4s—1990

j-d
j-d

97%
92%
92%

—.

■

J-D
j-d

85%

Sale
Sale
86

J-d
j-d
J-D

87
81
84

84%
83

J-D

j-d

j-d
J-d
j-d
j-d

j-d
j-d
j-d
j-D
j-d
j-d
j-d
j-d
j-d
j-d
j-d
tf-d

90

Nov. 1

Opening or
Ask

Bid

97%
915/2
91%
88%

85
85
86 V2

78

81%

Sale
79%
82%

81%

87

84%

Sale
87 %

81%
84

Sale

£1%

86 %

84

84
82%
83%
85 '/a

87=5*4

79%

—

76%

1011/4
85

Sale

100

F-A
A-O

104%
88%

Sale

171'/a

Sale

J-D
J-D

100%

Sale

100%

101 %
75
74

Sale

102%
82%
81%

1980

M-S

781/2
81 y4

82%

771/4
79%
82i/4
87%
Sale

88

Sale
Sale
59%

83%

68

831/2
83%
85 Vi
83

86%
85

100%
1041/2
92%

Sale
Sale
100
Sale
104% 106

104

Sale

Nov 26
Nov
83
4
84% Nov 12
Nov
78
7
81% Nov 11
841/2 Nov 19
8i y4 Nov 29

NOV 21
4
Nov
Nov
6
85
1
851/4 Nov
79% Nov 20
82 % Nov 27
84 y2 Nov 19
8
81% Nov

85%

91

Nov 13

88

77

771/4
81 %
88

82%

83 Va Nov
6
831/2 Nov 12
85 y4 Nov
6
83% Nov 15
100% Nov 22
IO41/2 Nov 26
6
921/4 Nov
100
Nov 27
104% Nov 21.
102
Nov 12

100% Nov 15
99% Nov 20

IOO1/4 101
99% 100
98% 99

87

871/2

89

f-a
j -j

87%

__

J-D

April

Sale

.93% 93=54
100%
1051/2
1021,4 103%
iooy8101%
100%
Sale
98 Vi 99

Sale
87

83%

84

1011/4 102 1/4
106 Vi
Sale

89
85
90
91 Vi

—

78

85%

85

_,

102
Sale
105 %
Sale
95=54
103=54
103
106
102
Sale
103
Sale
1021/4
102% 103%

58%
66%

Nov 26
Nov 22

971/2
91%
91%
88%

861/4

Sale

M-S
m -S
M-N
F-A

J-J

Sale
Price*

971/4 nov 26
91% Nov 27

99

Sale
78

Nov

6

76% Nov 15

__

78
81

Sale
83 %

86% Nov 6_
82% Nov 26

89
90

87

-

Nov 20
Nov 18

Nov 27

87% Nov 27

102 V4

87

64%
68%

87%
101 >/2

Sale
Sale

175%
86%

Sale
87%

159% Nov 22

100%

Sale
Sale

100 y4
102%
82%
81%

90

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
65

103 y8

83%
83

Sale

100

Nov

11

86 y2 Nov

4

Nov

6

Nov

7
1
1

Nov~13

831% Nov
83% Nov
85% Nov

6
1

6

83% NOV 15
4
1021/4 Nov
1
106 Va Nov
93% Nor 19
6
6
Nov 29
104
Nov 21
101
1
1001/2 Nov
99
Nov
6

101% Nov
1061/4 Nov

Nov
Nov

77%
781/2
811/4
88 54
83%

Highest

Lowest
Sale
Prices

Highest

85% Nov 13

85%

83%
861/4
82%
82%
841/2
Sale

79%

A-O

91%
88 y8
83

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

A-O
A-O

J-J

971%
91'/2

84

84%

j-d

F-A

93

92i/2
91%
Sale

Sale
Sale

85%
87%

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

-PRICES IN NOVEMBERNov. 29
Lowest
Closing or
Sale
Bid
Ask
Prices

87%

1974

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

98 ya

EXCHANGE —BONDS

Feb

97

Sale
Prices

25

90% Aug 27

89% Sep
5
871/2 Oct 22
Nov
84% Nov
78
Sep

4

83

Sale

69

65%
68%

69

Sale

84%

91%

94%

95 y4

101%
95

89
94%
87

Sale
Sale

64

Nov

Nov
Nov

6
—

General 5s series B

6,000

18,000
45,000

60,000

General gold 4%s serC-1977
Philadelphia Electric Co—
1st St refunding 2%s
1971
1st & refunding 2=543
1967
1st St refunding 2%s.
1974
1st & refunding 23/is—1981

11,000

1st & refunding 2yaS

1978

25,000
24,000
12,000
14,000

1st <fc refunding
1st & refunding
1st & refunding
1st St refunding
1st St refunding
1st St refunding

3Vis

1983

3Vis
4%s
3%s

1985
1987
1988

35.000

17,000

7,000

1st St refunding 3

Vis

1982

4%s
1986
5s
—1989

Phillip Morris Inc 4%s

1979

J-D
M-N
M-N

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

87% Mar 14
82
84%
84%
83%

801/2 July 26
3
82 % Oct
811/4 Nov 29

84% Sep 13
85% Aug 1

99% 100

69.000
36,000

15~666
7,000

Mar 29
82
82J/2 Sep 25
85'A Sep 26
83% Nov 15
100 Va Apr 15
104% Nov 26

106% May 21

92'/4 Nov
100
Sep

6

97

9

104

Mar 6
Nov 12
Oct
7

104
102
100
99

Sep 30
981/4 Sep 24

76'/a Nov 15
77% May 9
80
Aug 13

80

6
86% Nov
82% Nov 26

90
87

103

178% Nov 12
87% Nov
8

2
104% Jan
85% July 10

174% Oct 25
89 % Jan 16

101% NOV 27
Nov 12

3

101

101% Nov 27
104
Sep 20

88

881/4 Nov
101 % Nov

Nov 27

87

104
85
84

Jan

100

Nov 13
Nov 15

65% Nov 29
'

—

—

59
68

3
2
2
Jan 29
Jan 22

84

Nov

Jan 22

Jan
74% Jan
74
Jan

J-D

102%

A-O
J-D

105%
103%

J-D

2.000
5.000
15,000

4.000
9,000
62,000

M-N

—

1975

General 5s series B
Gen mtge 3%s ser E

1975

—1974
1977
Planation Pipe Line 3%s_1970
C

d__^

mortgage 27/8s__

1984

St Gamble 3%s
1981
Public Service E & G Co—
1st St ref mtge 3%s
1968
1st St ref mtge 5s
2037
1st St ref mtge 8s
2037
1st & ref mtge 3s
:
1972
1st & ref mtge 2%s
1979
3%s debentures1972
1st & ref mtge 3ytS
1983
Procter

,4%s debentures-,

93%

74%

99%

93
90 Vi

94
—

_

71V2
g8%
97 %

98%
96%

j-d

—

J-d

For

M-S
A-O

88%

_

90

88

—

88%

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

J -J
J-J
j-d

—

—

76
—

—

96%

97%

95%

108

—

110%

—

92y2

__

91%

1964

J-J

1977
1969

J

M-N
M-S
A-O

F-A

Sale

101% 104

98%

—

45
101%

—

Sale

89%
85

A-O

120

M-S
M-S

__




85%

Sale

88% Nov 13
94 % Nov
7
851/2 Nov 11

Nov 11
95% Nov 18
87
Nov
1

88% Nov 13
93
Sep 11
83
Apr 17

9C
87

Sale

83

83% Nov

82

100% 103%
89%
Sale

89
10O

105y2 106%

99 iS

99 SI

Sale

Sale
104%

112%

Sale

__

__

__

Sale
Sale
99
__

Nov
8
81% Nov 13
103% Nov 18
89% Nov 13
loo
Nov 20
106% Nov 21
103% Nov 8

99^ Nov
110

6

Nov 15

831/4 Nov 19
81% Nov 13
103% Nov 18
90% Nov 18
100% Nov 20
106% Nov 21
8
103% Nov
101

Nov 26

113% NOV

6

103%

__

93%

74%
99%

Mar 26

84 y4 July
Nov
82
81% Nov
102
May
89% Nov
100
Apr
105
Jan
102
July

103% Oct
Jun

9

25

90% Jan 15
Jan

21

Oct 29

81% May 6
85% Feb 26

13

18

104

8

13

3
3

31

98% Feb

5

110
NOV 15
101% May 20

Feb

19

108% Sep
3
104% Jan 11
101

Nov 26

119% May 22
101% May 20

21

98

Aug

1

2

75

May

2

Jun

__

75

May

—

99 % Jan 30

•

4

87% Feb 19
84% Jan
9
85% Apr 22
104% July 5
94% Mar 6

17

93

__

99% Jan 30

Sale
Sale

98%
96»/4

99
__

99 y8 Nov
97% Nov

1
1

98% Nov 18
96% Nov 15

101

99 y4 Nov 27
96% Nov 20

Jan

101

July 19

91%
71%
98%
96%

Jan

99

Aug 30

Jan

Aug

77 Vi Aug 28
99% Feb 11

Sep

98

Jan

10

88%

Jan~25

88

Nov 15
4

98'% Nov

94

Oct

4

90
89

Jun
Jun

21
13

81% Oct 29

99y4
98

94

.

122%

52%
__

90%

87%
__

76
76 y8

—

94 y2
110 y2 112 %
165
169%

__

__

88%
92

—

87 %
93 y2
90

102%

102 y2

Sale
Sale

99%

99%

Sale

—

54
100%

Sale

91%

50
100

89%

127y2

Sale

109%

Sale

104%

Sale

104

A-O

66% 71

129

Sale
lOOti

90%
Sale

100

94%

104

89%
69

77%

95

Nov 22

94 y2 Nov 13
165
88

Nov" 2 7

92

Nov 11
Nov 12

Nov 18
83% Nov 22

86

91% Nov 15
102% Nov 27

99

Nov 26

94% Nov 13

84

Apr 24

95

Juiy~22

98

Feb~21

94

July 23

9T

Feb

165
89

Nov 27
1
Nov

Sep 13

Nov 27

98% Feb 27

101

2
Sep 23
89% Jan
9
85
Jan 21

58% Jun 28
102% Jan 11
92
Jun 24

101

22

6
6
1

85

Nov 21

85

123

Nov 22

131

90% Nov
Nov 21
Nov 11

45
100

Jan

85

Jan

11

•4% May 21
87% Jan
7
94
July 25
105
Jan 31
Nov 27

85% Apr

4

122

Jan

3

143

100

Apr 26

100

93% Sep 10

96

Jun

14
3

Sep

4

Apr 26

94y2 Nov 19

94% Nov 19

6

110% Nov 13

104

Nov

6

111

Jun

Nov 20

102

Jan

2

107

Jun 24

89% Nov
62% Jan
66 % Feb

4

105

Sale

105

Nov 15

—

165
88

6

110% Oct
2
170 % May 16
92
Jan 14

6
92% Nov
86
Nov 12
4
91% Nov
103 Va Nov 19

83%'Nov

53% Nov

106 %

—

Jan

Nov 18
83% Jun 18
92
Nov 11
86
July 5
91
Sep 30
101
Oct. 9

100 y2 Nov

nov

90%

18

108

Nov 15
Nov 22

104

__

Nov ~~1

49% Nov 22

Sale

89%
69 y8
77%

96

100
90

109

92

8

——

.

Sale

71

Nov

__

—

"
J-D

90

__

96%

Sale
87 y4

8

—■

96%

__

Nov

__

Sale

94

61

1996

99%

88%

90

89

—

100

.

88%

.

102

__

85

J-J

95.

94%
110%
165
89

86y8

—

M-S

page

96

A-O

—

Saguenay Power 3s ser A-1971

gold 6s.

86
76
76!s

A-O
M-S

M-N

J-J

see

95 %

82

Mar

—

5%s conv subord debs—1977
Royal McBee Corp—'
6%s conv subord debs—1977

footnotes,

94%

—

1977

,

D_

Gen mtge 3%s ser
Rohr Aircraft Corp-—

2nd

96

7

15

Sep 12

_

—

St Lawr & Adirondack 5S-1996

1,000

99%
97 y4
75

—

83%
92%
86

Revnolds (R J) Tob 3s
1973
Rheem Mfg Co 3%s debs_1975
Richfield Oil Corp—
4%s conv subord debs_1983
Rochester Gas & Electric—

96,000

__

__

93=%

8,000

327.000

99i7e
113

—

„

104

90%
100 Vi
Sale
106
107
102
103%

j-d

Reading Co 3y8s ser D
1995
Republic Steel 4%s debs__1935

series

—

II

j-d

.-1975

3%s debentures—,

4%s

7

89

13

Nov
Nov

•1% Mar 12

84% Jan

79% July 26

166
86%
83%

49,000
30,000

5,000

Sale

7

15
26
21
28
Feb 18

Ry—

Quaker Oats 2%s debs

1.079,000

J-D
A-O
A-O

Pgh Consolid'n Coal 3%s__*65 j-j
Pittsburgh Plate Glass 3s_1967 A-O
Pittsburgh & West Virginia Ry
3 %s series A
1984. M-S
Pittsburgh Youngstown &

71,000

1.000

Sale

74%

1st

23,000

—

102%

93%

3%s s f debentures
1986
Potomac Electric Power—
1st mtge 3%s_.
1977
1st mortgage 3s
1983

5,000

_

99

Ashtabula

35.000

94

114%
103y«

J-D

1

85
84
66
75

95»/4 Nov 20

81%

F-A

Nov

86

9

Jan
Mar
90% Mar
91% Jan

Nov 29

83%

Jan

80% Jan 16
84 % Mar 13

95

83
93 y4

104% Mar 11
7
103% Jau
100% Jan 16

Sale

6

Apr

87% Nov 27
100
May 29

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

__

Nov

Mar 12

3
106% Feb 14
104% Mar 25

Nov

7

Jan 30

6
11
12
19
6
21
11
29

__

103% 104%

85% May 13
104

84

gg,

82
86

A-O
M-S
M-N

F-A
J-D

Pgh Cine Chic St St Louis RR
General 5s series A
1970

101

84%

Phillips Petroleum 2%s.
1964
4 %s conv subord debs—1987
Plllsbury Co 4%s sf debs_1986
Pillsbury Mills 3y8s debs__1972

1st gen 5s ser
1st 4%s series

3,000

95%

80%
84%
85%

Pitts Cin Chic St St L Ry—
Cons gtd 4%s ser J_——1964

1,096,000

90%

90y4
95%

Pitts Bessemer & L Erie RR—
1st mtge 27/8s series A.1996

2,048.000

_

Jan 21
Jan 23
May 15
Feb
1
86% Mar 21
Jan 23
88
85% Jan 21
Jan 21
86
Jan 24
88

15%

86

16

Jan

86% Mar 27

12

Pere

14,000

91

26

99

Sale
84

8
98% Feb
94 y„ Jan 11
7
94% Feb

89j/4 Nov

4

107

89 y4 Nov

4

3
1

90% Jun 26
74% July 15
77% Oct
8

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

December, 1963
Sales in
November
Valne

New York
Stock Exchange

S

BONDS

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

St Louis-San Fran Ry—
1st mtge 4s series A
1997
A2nd inc M 4Vis A Jan 2022
1st mtge 4s series B
1980
A5s 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
St Paul Un Dep 3yss ser B_'71

53,000
98,000

135~000
5,000

5~000

Val & New Eng RR—
guaranteed 4s
1989
Scott Paper 3s conv debs_1971
Scovill Mfg 4%s debs
1982

J.J

May
M-S
M-N

M-N
J-J

J-D
A-O

76%
74 y8
72
69 %
89

80%
92%
85%

Sale
Sale
_

Nov. 1

PRICES IN NOVEMBERLowest

Closing

Bid

Bid

80%
84 %
86%

Sale

82

92%

89 %

97%

84%
94%
87%

82

81%

84%

80%

87 ya
Sale

83
81

92%
85%
95%

88

84%
95%

Sale

Sale
Prices

Sale

Prices

Prices

or

Ask

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest

Highest

Nov. 29

Opening

or
Ask

15

BONDS

—

82
81%
86 %

80% Nov 12
80

Nov 26

81% Nov
84% Nov

6
4

82

81%

Nov~20

83

Nov

7

92%
85%

89

Nov

89

Nov

6

6

95%

Nov" 8~

93%

92

Nov 27

92

Sale

140

NOV 26

147

97% Nov 12

Sale

Prices

76% Jan

2

74

2

Jan

83% May
69 y4 Jan

8

89
Jan
80 »/4 Apr

7

2

15
94 % Apr 10
85% Jan 29

83
85%
87 V'a
85 V4

17

Jun

July 18
Aug 15
Oct
1

92 y4 Feb 11
84 y4 July 3

97% Nov 12
87% Mar 17

Scioto
1st

Seaboard Air Line RR Co—
1st mtge 3s series B
1980
3%s s f debentures
1977
Seaboard Finance—

5Vis debentures
1980
Seagram (Jos E) & Sons—
2Vis debentures
1966
3s

1974

debentures

Sears Roebuck Acceptance Corp
4%s debentures
1972
4%s subord debs
1977
5s
debentures
1982
Sears Roebuck & Co 4%s_1983

30,000
33,000

.

16,000

225,000

M-N

M-S

90%
127

J-J

79%

Sale

99

Af-N
M-S

91

J-J

94

Sale

100
81

87

106%

93
146

—.

80%
88%

—

105 %

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

102% Sale
100% 102%

102%

105%

Sale

J-J

78%
90%
105%
90%

79
Sale
91

101%
99%

Sale

J-J

J-J

102%

Sale

96%

Sale

85

99%

Sale
84%

94%
86%

106

107

101

105%

79%
88%

103%

96%
86%

J-D

—

Sale

101%
Sale
Sale

96%
86%

80%

—

80% Nov 20

103% Nov

120% Mar 19
100
May 22

94% Mar 27
148% Aug 30
100
May 22

80% Nov 20

79% Jan
9
87% Feb 11

80% Jan 22
87% Feb 11

Nov

Sale
102
Sale
100 %
105
106

104

Nov

8

91

Jan

30

102% Feb 20
95% Jan 22
86% Apr 23

102
Nov 26
100 y4 Nov 29
105
Nov 14

104

80
92

82%

81

103% 103%
89% Sale

104

106 %

103

103
99

104%

8

—

Sale

104%

8

Nov 27

99%

96%

J-D

88

142%

Nov

4

Nov 12
4
106
Nov 15
104% Nov 22
103

101% Nov

106% July

8

96% May 14
86% Apr 23

102
May 2
100 y4 Nov 29
105
Jan
9
104
July 24

104
Jan
103% Feb
107% Jun
105% Jun

15
19

Jan 30
90% Jan 10
103
Sep 26
88% May 22

90
Jun 18
92% Mar 7
105% Feb 19

100% Jan

28
17

Seiberling Rubber Co—
5s conv subord debs
1979
Service Pipe Line 3.20s
1982
Shell Oil Co 4%s debs
1986
Shell Union Oil 2%s debs_1971
Sinclair Oil Corp—

11,000
53J)00

107,000

4%s

280,000

subord debs_1986
1965
Smith-Corona Marchant—
5 Vis conv subord debs
1979

200,000
19,000

Socony Mobil Oil Co Inc—
4Vis debentures
1993
Socony-Vacuum Oil 2Vis 1976

546,000

conv

Skelly Oil 2%s debs

Soutnern Bell & Tel
3s
debentures

34,000

&

1979
1987

(Oregon Lines)

4Vis

1977

4%S
1969
Gold 4 ViS
—1981
San Fran Term 3%s A-1975
Southern Pacific RR Co—
1st mtge 27/os ser E_
1986

167,000
26,000
1,000
10,000

1st mtge 2%s ser F_
1996
1st mtge 5yis ser H
1983
Southern Ry 1st cons 5s__1994
1st mtge coll tr 4%s__1988
1st & gen M 4%s ser A_1988
Memphis Div 1st g 5s 1996
New Orl & N'east 3%s_1977

6,000

23,000

84%

84

Sale

86%
77

Sale
80

89%

Nov

Nov 21

85

103 Vi Nov
4
89
Nov 26

104

Sale
Sale

101% Nov 20

6

103% Nov

Nov" 13

89% Nov 29

78

3

97%
100

83%

90% Mar 20

99 %

1

Apr 16

105% Sep
99 ya Mar
108

Sale

96

1

100

Nov

1

96

Nov

1

Sale
84%

99
Nov
7
83% Nov 27

100

Nov 19
6

99
83

Nov

7
15

85%
Sale

83% Nov 26
76% Nov 6

85 % Nov 13

77% Nov

1

69%

J-J

Gold

162,000

J-D

85

92

A-O

J-J
F-A

South'n Indiana Ry 2%s^l994
Southern Natural Gas Co—
4Vis conv s f debs
1973
Southern Pacific—

183,000

J-D

1985

Southern California Edison—
3 Vis conv debs
1970

12,000

A-O

83%

68% Nov

70

8

Nov

84% Nov

Jan

4
6

Jan 28

100% Aug
85% Jun

Tel—

2%s debentures
27/ss debentures

20,000

A-O
F-A

84%
77%

218
56

J-J

130

Af-S
Af-N

99% 100 y4
103 y4
Sale

60
.

Sale

231
68%

76%

77%

J-J
A-O

61
105 %

66y4

J-J

105%
95%

—

Sale
_

—

Sale
__

__

66%
404%

Sale
98% 100
101%

105
__

102%
85

_

—

100%

__

100% Nov 14

Sale

96% Nov

7

86ya

Sale

86% Nov

4

77% Nov 13
66% Nov
4
103% Nov 14
104% Nov 27

77% Nov 13
66% Nov
4
104% Nov 6
106
Nov
7

102

77%

59

150

96%

100%

74

Nov

101% Nov
1
102% Nov 15
97% Nov 1
86 % Nov
4

Sale

Sale

J-J

__

6

132

101

82
Sep 20
76% Jun 28
77% July 19

231

218

301%
97%
86%

86%

97%

—

138

Af-N
J-D

J-J
M-N

83%

Sale

78

J-J
J-J

F-A
J-D

85

Sale
Sale

__

6iy8 67%
103% 104%
104ya Sale
100
102%
100%

101

Nov 26

__

—

__

85

May 13
Feb

6

86% Jan
3
80 y4 Jan 11
79% Jan 22

238

Jan 29

70

Nov

8

Jan 22

168% Jun 21

99
Sep
6
100% July 17
96
Jan 17
86% July 12

101% July 2
103% Jun 25
100
May 28
86% Jan 21

74
61

Jan 23

Jan

3

103% Nov 14
104% Nov 27
97% May 1
101% Sep 26
100
Apr 15

77% Oct 29

66% Nov
107
Feb
108
100%
103%
104 %

4

7
Feb 25
Oct
1

Aug 30
Mar 12

Southwestern Bell Telephone—

85

1985
1983

A-O
Af-N

1984

J-D

114

debentures
1983
Standard Oil of Cal 4%s_1983
Standard Oil (Indiana)—

A-O
J-J

103%

Sale

102%

Sale

A-O
A-O

88 Ya

2%s debentures
3%s debentures
Spiegel Inc—

13,000
296,000

5s conv subord debs

81,000
221,000

5%s

3 Vis

201,000

debs

1982

4Vis debentures

45,000

1983

conv

Standard Oil Co (N J)—
2%s debentures:
1971
2%s debentures
1974
Standard Oil Co (Ohio)—
4 Vis s f debentures
1982
Stauffer Chemical 37/ss
1973

47,000

30,000
5,000

7,000

80

84

77%

76 y4

116

115% 116ya
103 y4 104%
100% Sale

4 Vis

conv

subord debs.1982

Sunray DX Oil 4%s debs.1987
Sunray Oil Corp 2Y8s debs_1966
Superior Oil 3%s debs
1981

M-N

87%

J-J

88

88%
88%

100%
97%

4~000

2%s

1982

A-O

109

105
155

1971
1972

debentures

Sale
—

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

98%
89%
91

114

Nov

8

4%s

sub

conv

debs

Talcott (James) Inc—
5Vis senior notes

1979

16~000

J-D
J-D

1978

capital cony notes
5%% senior notes
Tandy Corp 6 Vis debs

J-D

1979
1980

5s

56,000

Ref &
Ref &

_

Sale

J-J

50l000
2,968,000
4,000
15,000

imp M 4s ser C.2019
imp 2y8s ser D_1985

_

160

Texas Co 3%s debs
Texas Corp 3s debs

1983

1965
Texas & New Orl RR Co—
1st & ref M 3y»s ser B.1970
1st & ref M 3%s ser C_1990

14,000
62,000

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

74,000

Thompson Products 47/as_1982
Thompson Ramo Wooldridge—
5%s debentures
1986

22,000

Tidewater Oil 3%s
Trans World Airlines—
A6Vas sub inc debs

8,415,000
13,000

13~000
28~000

101

Sale

100% Nov 13

101

Nov

1

100% Nov 13

124% May 17
105 % May 13
103% Jan
3

85

Sale

86

Nov

7

85
102

2

104% Jan 18

09% Jan 30
89% Feb 7

85

For

footnotes,




see

page

95.

93

98%

A-O
A-O

88
70

%

88y4
Sale

88 y4
86%

Sale
Sale

87% Nov 6
86% Nov 29

88% Nov 18
87% Nov 1

87% July 11
86% Nov 29

99%
97%

100% Nov 15
97% Nov 20

100% Nov 15
97% Nov 20

99% Apr 18
97% Sep 20

101% May

101% Nov 13
99% Nov 15

94
98

101% Nov 13
101% May 16
98 % Mar 26

87%
87%

87

97%
99 Va
98 y8
94

89%
93%

98%
—

II

97% Nov
98

95%
Sale
89 V'4

93% Nov 22
99% Nov
8
89% Nov 15

Nov

6
6

103% NOV 26

97%

95

__

Sale

99%

100

—

99%

93% Nov 22
100

Nov

8

89% Nov 15

93%

_

117y4 118%

117

Sale

103% 106

104
126

106
Sale

126

105%

Sale
__

105%

94 %

83 Va
78
91%
98%

Sale

8

118

Nov 12

120% Nov 26

126

Nov

88
80
Sale
Sale
_

_

90 %
77%

__

__

91

99%
90 ya
77%

92%

__

J-J

68

70%

100%
81%

83

80
114

81%

__

Sale

111

103
87

Sale

87%

88%

104%
87%

Sale

F-A
J-J

104 %

1978

J-D

73%

Sale

95'/4

Af-N

94%

95%

A-O
Af-N

84
94 %

J-D
Af-N

78%
87

93%
84%
94 %
82 y4

_

85%
_

85

1

Nov~19

94% Nov

7

96%

83% Nov

83

80
92
Sale

115% Nov

__

96

J-D
J-D

110

Sale

A-O

coll tr 3%s_1982

Continued on page 95

Af-N
M-N

79 y4

6

103% Jan 25

103%

1986

Union Elec of Mo 3%s___1971
1st mtge & coll tr 2%s_1975
3s
debentures
1968
1st mtge & coll tr 2yas_1980
1st mtge &

81%

Mar

117% Nov 14
104
Nov 14

93

J-J
A-O

9

84% Jan 25

103% Nov 11

1

83% Nov

1

92

7

Term RR Assn of St Louis

2,000

Jan

3

Sale

102

Sale
_

105%

61

Oct

Sale

117

Symington Wayne Corp—
83,000

76% Nov 13

Nov 29
1
102% Nov

86

__

100% 101 y4
97%
95% 96

1973

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

22,000
1,000

95%

6

99% 101%
97%

—

Sale

Af-S
Af-N
J-J

76% Nov

103%

112

Stokely-Van Camp Inc—
372,000
41,000

76% Nov 13

82

85

82

103%

J-J
M-S

76%

80
92
Sale
__

__

91
Nov 19
98 % Nov
1

90% Nov
77% Nov

8
7

101% Nov 26
90% Nov
77% Nov

8
7

100% Nov 15
81% Nov 4

111

1

114

88%

87% Nov 13

89

94%

Sale

91

85%

92%
84%

85%

—

93

Sale
__

—

83

100

81%

__

81%
110% 112
__

81%
84

Nov

Nov

8

8
6
97%-Jan 30
93% Nov 22
98% Jan 11
89 % Aug
9
91% Jan 29
109

May

Nov

Jan

3

102% Oct 22
120 % Nov 26
104% Mar 5
91
Jun
7

90% Jan 25

99

Nov 27

9

Jan 31

96
100
93

Mar 11
Feb 15
Apr 16
93% Jun 18

127

Sep 16

106
169
105%
96%

Oct
7
Jan 18
Jan
8
Nov 19

Mar 22

82% Feb 29

87

Apr 22

80

91

Oct 23

Feb 15
94% Jan 24

98% Jan

4

101% Nov 26

88

7
4

91
Oct 11
77% Nov
7

Jan

70% Feb

92% Jan
70
80
108
104

__

__

Oct

79
Nov

100
Nov 19
81% Nov
4

—

Nov 29

86

7
4

101
83

Mar 27
Oct 10

120

Jan

Mar

4

July 12

May 14
Sep 6

81% July

105% Aug
89

6

Apr 25
9

Nov 27

Nov 22

98% Nov 11

70% Jan 23

99% Sep 11

92% Nov 27

93% Nov 22

92% Sep 26
84% Sep 27

05% Feb 20
85% July 19
94% Apr
5

93%

Nov"22

94% Nov

84

Nov 20

85

83

4

Nov~27

93% Nov 22
80% Sep 12
84

Nov 20

83

Jan

18

88% Feb 27

16

New York Stock
Monthly

Exchange—Stocks
and Yearly
Record

RANGE OF STOCK PRICES FOR NOVEMBER

1963

1962

93,971,836

96,057,140

Stock Sales—

(Shares)

November

——

Stock Sales—

1962

1963

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30 (Shares). 1,047,584,581 881,192,955

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.
NOTICE

Cash

and

New York

Aggregate Sales

since

in

"l"'"
42,600

35 400

557,800
823,100

74*800

61*100 $147,400

21*000
28*000

167,700
517,100

21 100
12 400

260,200
207,700

2,038,400

292*100

1,841,800

29,200

185,500

24 300

350,100
662,300
1,204,400

58200

117*,100

Stock Exchange

STOCKS

1 300

284*400

deferred delivery sales are

P„

1
10
1

Adams Express Co
Adams-Millis Corp

2.50
1
1

Air Control Products
50c
Air Products & ChemicalS-1

Air Reduction Inc
J Industries —
Alabama Gas Corp

•

2

561,800

88 900

1,067,000

46 400
13 000

52 800

1,130
826,200
169,200
847,800

Alco Products Inc
Aldens Inc common
4'/2% preference

29,600

452,000

74,200

2,500

61,100
205,200
456,900

13 100
29 500

10,180
497,600

830

71%
13%

*

Addressograph Multig
Admiral Corp
Aeroquip Corp.—

40J0O

4*100

Sale
Sale

*

Acme Markets Inc
Acme Steel Co

7*900

3,490
245,600
174,900 2,450,600

Sale

16V*

1

Abbott Laboratories
ABC Vending Corp
ACF Industries Inc

A

50 200

40 V*

5
1

Abacus Fund

327,600
99,300

32 900

gtd_100
1
Allied Chemical Corp ——9

Alleg & West RR 6%
Allen Industries Inc

—5

Allied Mills Inc——.
-*
Allied Products Corp
—5
Allied Stores Corp com
*
4% preferred
100
Allied Supermarkets Inc
1
Allis-Chalmers Mfg com__10

568,800

Alpha Portland CemenL__10

39,900

602,800

Alside Inc.";
—*
Aluminium Ltd—_
Aluminum Co of America—1

15^400

274,000

18 800

217,100

140,300 11,390,900
310 300 3,289,600

*700

9.400
629,000
41,400
3,000
990.500
264,900

38,600

5*100
*660

51,000

16,'500

4.08% conv preferred—100

Amalgamated Sugar Co

Amerace Corp

——

12.50

Amerada Petroleum Corp—•
American Airlines com
1
3V2% conv preferred—100

American Bakeries Co
,■_*
American Bank Note com—5

6!400

100,600

63^200
5I000

406,600
68,500
431,800

4L900

*160

•

3,780
104,400 2,145,400
10.700
231,600
130|200 1,675,700

48 000

2,300
15 60O

42*000

241,300
1,530

_

1,197,800 11,124,000
35,600

728,200

12,700

222,200

10,100

125,400

2,573,100 7,053,200
63,400
879.600
70 900 1,899,200
340
1,450

23,400
15,600

437.100
160,800

22,000

142,300
806,200
99,100
1,970

45,400
7,400
160

701,500

$919,500
242,100

1,559,400 6,450,300
316,800 4,886,300
4,360
48,470
For

J




44%
110

43

45%

14
50 Vb
70

Sale
Sale

18%
27%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

45

Sale
Sale
Sale

18%

Sale

11
50
67 y2
16 y2

27%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

26% Nov 26
8% Nov 26
56
Nov 22
2iy2 Nov 22
27 Vb Nov
1

1
Nov
29% Nov 11

16 Va NOV
6
56% Nov 13

17% Nov 14
61% Nov 29

52 y8 Nov 22

57% Nov

16%

Sale

17

Sale

61%

Sale
Sale
Sale

56

Sale
Sale
Sale

3

Sale

35%

Sale
Sale
96
Sale

23%
24 Vb
94%
9%
31

23%
24%
10%
32%

32%

Sale
Sale
Sale

9

61%

40

^48%

Sale

52%

Sale
Sale
SaleSale

29%

Sale

93

25 y8

Sale
Sale

34

19%
44 Va
13 Vb
40%

Sale

IV*
49%

Sale
Sale

88 %

Sale
Sale

11%
14%
88%
16%

94

v* 102 y2
Sale
30%
Sale
54%
13% 13%

Sale

Sale
90%
Sale
Sale

16%
92
13 y8

Sale
Sale
Sale

54%
23
22 y2

Sale

53
90
13

Sale
Sale

18%
Sale
97 V2 103

Sale

18
27 %
61

Nov 22

13
42

Nov 11
Nov 21

7% Nov 29
52% Nov 26
89

93

91

12%

Sale

12% Nov 22

27%

Sale

25 >A

25 Va
24%

67%

Sale
Sale

64%

32%

Sale

30

Sale
Sale
Sale

23

22%

30 V2
Sale

70 V*

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
30VB
140
155
19% Sale

24%

Sale
32%
160
145
Sale
19%
24

24%
64%

Sale
66 V*

24%
23%
59 Vb
29%
22%
63 V*
29%
145

Broadcasting-Paramount Theatres Inc.——1
American Can com
12.50
1% preferred
25

33%
45%
40 y2

Sale
Sale
Sale

34%
42 y8
41%
9y2

32%

Sale

28

42

Sale
Sale
Sale

American Chain & Cable—*
Am Commercial Barge Line 3

47 %
21 V4
24 %

Sale
Sale
Sale

40%
40%
9
51%

4oy4

41%

93

38%
35%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
24%
Sale
Sale

18 Va

Amer
5V*%

Amer

1

American Motors

American Natural Gas
American News Co
American Optical Co.,

1-66,i

10
*

1

Equip
.*
Potash & Chemical—•

Amer Photocopy
Amer

& Stand San_5
preferred
:
100
Am Research & Dev Corp..1
Am Radiator

7%

American Seating Co__
10
American Ship Building—_•
Amer Smelt'g & Refin'g
•
American Snuff Co com_8y3
6% non-cum pfd
..100
African

Ltd
Amer Sugar Co

29%

Sale

26%

9
36 y4

Sale
Sale

10

52%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

15%

14%
20%

Sale
107

5 44% preferred
American Tel & Tel
American Tobacco—

footnotes,

see

page

29.

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

20%
81

31%
101

14%
27%
16%
41%
23%
61%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

11% Sale
Sale
30%
Sale
12%
147% 150
Sale
16%
30% Sale
Sale
9y4
Sale
57%
21V* Sale
125
127%

44%
64%

20%

16% 16%
22%
Sale
104y2 106 y2

17%
91%
36%
112%
18%

30%
21%
43%
21%
74%
12%
31%
16%
161

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

SaleSale
Sale
162

25%

Sale

33 Va
12%

Sale
Sale

87

Sale
Sale

2334
129 V*

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
100 y2
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
9V2
Sale
44%
60% Sale
20% Sale
16% 16%
Sale
21%
104% 106%

18 y8
91

Sale
92%

37%
113%
18%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

30%
19%
42 V*

Sale

72%

Sale
Sale

14%

Sale

31%
16%

Sale
Sale

20%

161
25
33

12%
82%
24 Va

126

__

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
129

Inv Co

£1
com—12.50

Common
6% preferred

Sale
Sale

99

Sale

104

Metal Climax com

99%
57%
36%

40%
9%
521/4
32%
23%
951/4

Sale
Sale

prior preferred—100

4V*% conv preferred—100
American Metal Products—2
American Meter Co.,—.—-

24%
96%

'

38%
42%

22

Mach & Foundry—
Common
VZ5
3.90% preferred
—100

54
33

65

56%
35 y2
37%
43 %

•

1
Invest Co (Del) com_l

63%

26%

32

27%

12.50

.

■

Sale

33y3
6.25
100

Sale

.

Sale
128

Sale

14

133%

29%
130

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

6
22
22
22
22
22
6
7
22
26
8

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

22
22
29

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
NOV

15

18
24
65
13 y2 Nov 22
49%. Nov 22

Sale
Sale

Amer Hospital Supply.
American International

Nov 18

91

Sale

14%

Corp—12.50

Nov 11

12% Nov 21
14% Nov 26

50%

American Home Products—1

1

49

Sale

Amer Hardware

Nov 27

94
.

31

23%
85

98%
53

22
Nov 26

27
22
12
22
22

34%
36% NOV 22
Nov
7
40
24% Nov 22
9% Nov 29
40 % Nov 22
57 Va Nov 22
19
16
21

Nov 18
Nov 26
Nov 26

17% Nov 22
1
91% Nov
34% Nov 22
Nov 26
Nov
6
29% Nov 20
Nov 22
16
41% Nov 27
Nov 26
20
68% Nov 26

108
18

11% Nov 22
30% Nov 22
16 V* Nov 22

27% Nov 13
4
9% Nov
66% Nov 12
28

1

1
3% Nov
36% Nov 12
24
Nov 20
24% Nov 1

10% Nov
33

1
1
4

Nov
40% NOV
54 Ve Nov 13

'
35% Nov 21
54% Nov 12
13% Nov 19
45

Nov

1

8% Nov 4
54y2 Nov 15

130

26 3A
130%

Sale
Sale

129

26% Nov 21
Nov 26

Feb

19

Jan

3

21% Nov 22
9
91
Jan
9ya Nov 26
27% Nov 22
2
32% Jan
3
47% Jan

93

Jan

19% Jan
42% Mar
13
40
7

2
2
4

Nov 11
Jan

2

Feb 15
2
49% Jan

3
2
2
89
Jan
3
12 V* Nov 22
Jun

11% Jan
14% Jan

6
2

1

51V4 Mar 22

1
Nov 18

7
20% Jan
2
22 Va Jan
$62 y2 July 22

32% Nov

24
73% Nov 11
32% Nov 18
150 >/2 NOV 27
1
19% Nov
25% Nov 20
65% Nov 15
1
16% Nov
51% Nov 12

35

Nov

42% Nov
41 % Nov

14
1

1
Nov 12
Nov
1
Nov 11
Nov
7
101% Nov 11
1
99% Nov
58% Nov 14
37 y2 Nov 18
4
39% Nov
44% Nov 14

10
54 Vb
34%
24%

Nov
10 Va Nov
Nov
45
64% Nov
20% Nov
16% Nov
22% Nov

30

19%
92%
37%
113%
19

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
NOV

4

3
17% Jan
Feb 11
2
17% Jan
7
21% Oct
62
Jan 14
2
13 y2 Jan
48% Jan 11

97

27%
40%
39%
9%

Jun

19

Nov 22

July

8

Oct 25
2
47% Jan
20
Jan 25
22
May 20
3
41% Jan
88 V* Mar 12
2
47% Jan
34% Nov 22
32% Mar 1

$29% Apr
17% Jan

4
2

2
8% Jan
34% Jan 30
49% Mar 25

18% July 19
Jan
3
15
2
20 Vb Jan
101% Mar 18

12
21
29
29
14

31% Nov 29
22% Nov 11

17 VB NOV 22
81
Jan
2
3
30% Jan
2
101
Jan
14% Jan 2

26% Mar 18
16

Jan

2

39% Feb 26

44% Nov 18
21% Nov 20
75 Va Nov 12

20
61

14% Nov 4
33% Nov 14
17% Nov 14

8% Aug 20
26% Jun 24
2
12% Jan

140% Nov 21

Sale

35

3
12

20 Vb Jan

13% Nov
8
Nov 22

139%

26
26

Oct

24% Nov

32% Nov 8
30y8 Nov 12

Sale
Sale
Sale

26
26

3

1

30% Nov 29
26 V* Nov 26

127

13

14% Jan 3
56
Apr 18
50 V* July 19

28% Nov 12
25 % Nov
68 Vb NOV

7

11
Nov 22
2
$45
Oct
67 % Nov 27
2
13% Jan
25
Mar 1
8% Nov 26
43% Mar 18
3
11% Jan
22 y4 Mar 4

87

11
19

22%
"31%
11%
81%
23 V*

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

39% Jan

Sale
Pricee

72% Jan 17

90
Nov 22
1
13 Va NOV
1
16% Nov
93
Nov
8
1
13 Va Nov

Nov 19
27% Nov 12
Nov
4
34
13% Nov 15
1
87% Nov
24% Nov 26
130 V* Nov 13

160

27
13%

30%

62 y2 Nov 29
1
70% Nov
1
18 y2 NOV

__

Sale

49'A

Nov 26
Nov 22
Nov 22

30% Nov

15%

American Consumer Indus-*
Amer-Crystal Sugar com—10
4%% prior preferred—100
Amer-Cyanamid Co
10
American Distilling Co
10
American Elec Power
6.50

6

115'A Nov 29
14% Nov 13

_____

51

American Cement Corp——5

Nov

9y8
27y2
36 y2
50 Va

Sale

Co

Nov 22

96
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

13%

-50
Corp___2

Nov 27

Sale

73 Va

Sale
Sale

3

Nov 22
Nov
1

35% Nov 27
23 V* Nov 26
21% Nov 22

100% 102
Sale
30%
54 y8
Sale
13 Va
Sale
41% 42
Sale
7%
Sale
54%
89 y2 90%
Sale
12%
16
Sale

Sale

8%

89
Sale

27
20 Va

37%
50%

101

45

45 V* Nov 11

13%

58
56%
35%

43 Va Nov 21
107% Nov 7

Sale

62 V*
69

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

19%

Sale
Prices

Sale
Prices

ii5y4

Sale

3'A

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest

Highest

Sale
Prices

or
Ask

48%

Amer Brake Shoe

Amer-So

29.500
65.900
8,300

Bid

9%
64 %
27%
27'A

Sale
Sale

3%

Amer

441,200 2,917,100
160
2,590
79,700 1,175,800
2.820
46.165
18,700
339.100
8,800
90,800

Closing

Ask

Bid

*

6% preferred
Amer Bosch Arma

American Enka Corp
2.50
1,141*500' Amer Export Lines Inc„40c
1,235,091
Amer & Foreign Power
•

14,900
322,800
12L800 1,693,500
98,600 l,506j200

Opening or

29%
62%
Sale

*100,600 $900,100
38,600

.

Sale
Sale
Sale

14 V*

63 V*
55 VB

Amer

162,500 1,805,500
138 800 1,457,500
11,900
113,100
42,500
422,900

-PRICES IN NOVEMBERNov. 29
Lowest

Nov 1

Sale
Sale
Sale

11%
23 %

5

—100
Alleghany Corp common
1
6% conv preferred.i___.10
Allegheny Ludlum Steel
1
Allegheny Power System
5

55,700

75,900 1.538;400

25 yB
12 y«
50 V*

29
91 %
11%

1

Allied Kid Co——

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

37%

1,820,300

300,500 3,128,100

13

2

32 400
140 800
300

12,500

Price Jan. 2,
1963
Opening or
Bid
Ask

162

14

Nov

29% Nov
131

Nov

1

1
11

Nov 26
Mar 7

150

Jan
7
2
16% Jan
29
July 22
2
9% Jan
56 Ve Jan
2
2
21% Jan
124% Mar 11

26% Jan
$23% May

3
7
13 V* Apr 30

47
July 29
120% Aug 23
15% Jun 14
62 y2 Nov 29

80

Jan

15

20% 8ep 11
27% Nov 13
13 % Jan 24
Oct 23
28 % Oct 28
29% Nov 11
68

18% Aug 28
67% Jun 3
61% Apr 16
4% Jan 14
38% May 10

25 V* May 24
31% May 21
95
Aug 13
13

Jan

11

42% Jan 11
42% Sep
6
58
Aug 30
103
35%
55%
15 Va
47%
9%

Apr

2

Nov 21
Oct 29
May 6
Jun

11

Mar 11
57% Apr 18
91
Jan 17
13% Jan 10
4
20% Jun
96
Apr
19 V* Apr

16

42% Sep

6

16

5
27% Jun
70% Oct 17
37
May 21

26

Apr 29

6
81% Sep
32 Vb NOV 18
150% Nov 27

26%'May 24
29 V* Jan 17
67
Feb 26
18 V* Oct 16
4
58% Apr

38%
47%
42%
12%

Jan 14
Feb
1
Jan 30
May 20

55%
34%
28y4
101V*

Nov 11
Jan 24
Nov 11

May 21

Oct 16
6
62 y2 Sep
44% Jan 23
4
39% Nov
44% Nov 14

102

33% Jun 17
13 y2 May 20
49% Sep
4
65% Oct 29
4
23
Jan
16% Oct 11
23% Jun 10
106
July 3

24%
92%
40 y8
115

21%
33%
23
45%
25%

Feb
1
Nov 21
Jun 26

May 16
Sep 12
Oct 14
Feb 14
Oct 10
Jun 26

80

Sep

15

Jan 25
30
5
Sep
Jun
7
6
Sep
July 3
NOV 15
Oct 17

4

34%~Sep
18%
162

33%
34%
13 VB

89%

28 Va May 17
130 V2 May 27

39% Aug 20
30% May 21

2

14 Va Jun
5
140 y2 Nov 21

26% Nov 21
126% Sep 30

136% Mar 26

114% Jan

33% Apr 17

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

December, 1963
November

Since
Jan. X

Shares

Shares

in

3,800

87,900

20

STOCKS
Amer Water

2,520

29,900
2,000
705,900
11,400
74,400
9,900
548,500
49,800
621,700 7,238,600
611,000
53,100
547,500
30,200
117,100 1,774,300
57,230
3,860
311,100
34,400
290
1,610
366,200
33,100
998,100
64,100
739,600
29,500
254,500
15,600
89,400 1,192,800
583,600
101,700
74,900 1,190,000
116,300 1,085,900

Par

5%
5%

preference

24

Amphenol-Borg Elect Corp-1
Amsted Industries Inc
1

21%
30%
40%
26%
28%

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

S3.75 preferred
Armstrong Rubber Co

6,700
15,300
49,500
26,700
56,600

11,000
120,800
13,720
72,600
358,600
700,600
239,900
478,700

11,600
16,300

26,400
249,000

Constable Corp

Arnold

Aro Corp
Arvin Industries

5
1

87%
34
10

*
1

5

4%
100

Atlantic Coast Line RR
Atlantic Refining com
$3.75 pfd series B

149,200 2,477,800
103,200
9,500

Atlas
5%

151,700
40,400
385,100
15,100
36,900
3,100
139,300 2,130,600

Atlas

36,900
405,500
313,000 3.035,400
195,700 3,370,600

—50c
1
Avco Corp
3
Avnet Electronics Corp
5c

152,900

1,390
13,900

104.200

15,270

8,800
13,900
139,200
7,600
15,100

102,100
248,100
788,500

Baxter

24.000

1227,000
3,610
543,700

470

26,800
144,500 1,388,300
340

44,600
37.000
90

32.900

61,700

7,810
116,100

551,400
1,700
546,900
850,500
63,700

3,300
148,000 2,513,100

31,500
78,700
52,800
2.100

399,400
871,400
594,300
23,800

900
16,400
135,000 1,175,000

17,800
20,000
22,400

305,200
176,700
458,100

*
100

2.50

Beckman Instruments
Beck Shoe 4%% pfd
Becton Dickinson &

Beech Aircraft Corp
Beech Creek RR Co

Inc—1
100
Co
1
1
50

Beech-Nut Life Savers
Belco Petroleum Corp

Belding-Hemingway
Bell & Howell Co
Bell

5
1
1

5
Intercontinental Corp_l

Bendix Corp
5
Beneficial Finance Co com_l
5% preferred
50
$4.50 conv pfd
100

Benguet Consol Mln—2 pesos
Berman Leasing Co
1
Best & Co Inc—
Bestwall Gypsum

Co

_1
40c

Bethlehem Steel Corp—

397,200 3,816,800
45,600
4,100
396,900
33,500
1,150

57000

161,400

410,000
21,700
87,700
7,100
788,700
76,000
544.900
43.900
227,600 2,131,300
202,400
23,500

11,500

81,300

656,000
54,000
77,200 1,069,700
10

2,470

39,700
19,900

410,400

3,500
4,200

87,900

387,400

75,300

260.000
15,900
75,200 1,280,200

81,300
20,600
97,200

320,700
275,600
$122,800

160

1,910
For




Common

5

7% preferred
100
Bigelow-Sanford common—5
4%% pfd ser of 1951—100

Blacks Decker Mfg Co—50c
Blaw/Knox Co
10
Bliss & Laughlin Inc
2.50
Bliss (E W) Co
50c
Bobble Brooks Inc
•

Boeing Co (The)
Bond Stores Inc

5

1

Club Inc
1.25
Borden Co (The)
7.50
Borg-Warner Corp com
5
3 Vifo
preferred
100
Borman Food Stores Inc—1
Boston Edison Co
10
Boston & Maine RR com—•

5%

preferred

49%

Sale

44% Nov 21

50% Nov 29

90
Sale

90
58 y2

88% Nov 27

6
Nov
8
5974 Nov
54 V4 Nov 13
88 y2 Nov 11
17% Nov 8
1
3% Nov
1
18
Nov
1
11(4 Nov
1
21(4 Nov
8
30(4 Nov
1474 Nov 11

43
87

53 y8
88 y8
17

88
57%
52%
85%
16 y2
3
17%

90

33/4

12%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

3%
49%
9%
11%

Nov
1
Nov 22
Nov 18
Nov 22

35

Sale

34

Nov 22

Sale

91

92

36
52

36%
53 %

35% Nov
51
Nov

6
7

12%
Sale
Sale
Sale

18
85 %

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

18(4
80(4

Sale

16% Nov 22

Sale

79

10(4
41(4

Sale
Sale

11(4

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

10%
42%
12(4
35(4
33
28

41%
29%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale
102%
28% Sale
Sale
69(4
6474 67
41 %
Sale
13(4 Sale

35

35%

47
101

Sale
Sale

42 ^
16

19%
23 %

20%
Sale

9%
55

Sale
Sale

1774
26%
10 %

51%
51%

Sale
Sale

114% 116

1%

Sale

32%
27%

Sale
Sale

28% Sale
150% 151%
21%. Sale
87%
87
51% 52%
Sale
27%
Sale
22%
12% Sale
Sale
23%
Sale
37 %
Sale
18%

22%
57%

Sale
Sale

42%

Sale

84%
10%
35%
3%

85

2.50

10%
5%

Sale
Sale

36%

37%

88

91%

36%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

37

31%
27%
39%
27%

Sale
Sale

Sale

48% Sale
100(4 102
Sale
27%
Sale
7474
63% 65
Sale
46(4
Sale
13%
35% 36%
42% Sale

15%
17%
2374
49%

14
22
26
22
19
6
51% Nov
Nov 26
119
1
1% Nov
20% Nov 26
6
24% Nov
Nov 22
31

21
25 Va
31%

Sale

30%
155%
30%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

58 y4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

18

Sale

47
88

3174
157

157%

32% Sale
99% 102 %
60%
29
26 Ye

13%
23%
34

18%
2oy4
65
47%
87%

12%
42
4
8

30 y2
12

5%
45%

59(4
94

88(4
Sale
Sale
Sale

27%
26
14
23 Ya

38(4
18 Ya

633/4
1274
40

3%
63/4

Sale
Sale
Sale
88(4
Sale
Sale
374
7(4

Sale
Sale

29(4

Sale

Sale
Sale

1274
6%

Sale
Sale
Sale

43 y4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
9434.

5734
94

6
64% Nov
39% Nov 22
6
12% Nov
35% Nov 18
41
Nov
4

18
Sale

57 y8
51 y4
122

iy8

1

4
100% Nov
26 % Nov 18
6
66% Nov

14% Nov 26

Sale
59
51 % 52%
120
119
Sale
1 (4
Sale
24
25% Sale
Sale
33 y8

49%

Nov

16% Nov
22% Nov
8% Nov
48
Nov
54% Nov

29% Nov 22
155

Nov

8
1

1
12(4 Nov
38(4 Nov 13
4
3374 Nov
8
30(4 Nov
1
4174 Nov
2974 Nov 4

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
521/4
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

49(4

47

11

4274 Nov

12
71

Nov 18

30% Nov 29

Nov"l3

18%
26%
10%
49%
59%
52%
122

Nov
Nov
Nov

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

4
1
4
12
1
4
29
1
1
15

1% Nov
Nov
24
261/s Nov
33% Nov 15

32
Nov
1
157% Nov 12
33% NOV 4'
1

Nov

6

17% Nov 15
61% Nov 22
42% Nov 22

20% Nov
65% Nov

6

Nov 20

Nov
Nov
Nov
6% Nov
28% Nov
Nov
11

4
21
18
27

94

Nov

1
Nov 19
Nov 14
NOV 29

48% Nov
87% Nov
12% Nov
42
Nov

4% Nov
Nov
8

30% Nov

26

12% Nov
7% Nov
45% Nov
59% Nov
Nov
94

1

4

Nov

21

1
5% Nov
42% Nov 26
55% Nov 26

974 Nov 22
39% Jan
7
1074 Nov
7
3374 Sep 30
26
Jan 21
22 y4 Mar 6
Aug

9

$273/4 Nov 22

Jan 8
Nov 14

28%
14%
24%
38%
19

87%
12 Ya
38%
3%

92

16% Nov 12

Nov 22
7
22
Nov 22
34
Nov
1
17% Nov 20

13% Nov

2

39

1
4
20
1
1
7
1
1
29
12
12
4
1

20%
61
57%
38%

Mar
Oct

12%
33%
34%
12%
16%

Nov

6
9

July 1
Sep 27
6

Apr 10
Jan

7

21% Aug 29
May 3
12% Feb 25
46% Feb 25

3

Jan

53% Nov

$45% Apr 18
100
Jan
3

Nov
NovNov
Nov
Nov

60 % Nov
29% Nov

25

37
Sep 20
106% Feb
6
94
May 28
40% May 17

Nov 21
15
13
19
6
29
Nov 14
35% Nov 18
44
Nov 22

48%
102%
28%
77
65
46%
13%

25% Nov 22

57

Jan

Jan 22

14% Oct 31

32% July 24
Mar 18
Jan
3
Jan 16
Jan
2

18% Nov 14
1
85(4 Nov

Nov 26
9% Nov 22
40% Nov 21
7
10% Nov
1
35% Nov
29% Nov 26
26% Nov
4
39% Nov 26
27% Nov 22

5% Jan
7
July 10

58
14

100
88
26y2
4674

37% Nov 14
7
53% Nov

50

41% Jun 12
81 % Nov 11
29% Jun 12
24% Mar 18

46 y4

1

1

17% Jan 23

3% Oct 30
Feb
5
974 Nov 18
11% Nov 22

1
Nov 29

Nov

Nov

13% Aug 16
28% May 16
38% May 16

Apr
1
2174 Oct
8
13
Sep 26

1
35% Nov
104% Nov 12
9374 Nov 12

101% Nov 26
90% Nov 22

18

3

Nov 22

30 y4 Aug 28

Sale
Sale
50%

35%

34%
13 %

5%

101% 103

89% Mar 14

59

374 Nov 15
1074
14% Nov

18% Jun 21
7
3% Oct

16% Nov 26
24% Nov 26
123/4 Aug 7

4
Nov
81(4 Nov 11

53

60% May 31
56% Apr 16

1474 Jan

91

34%

3.50

35 y8

51 %
10%

19

2

10

90
Sale
Sale

•

100

10%
14%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

3%
53

11% Jun

27
14% Jan 11
2y8 Jan
2

Sale

99% 100%
21
Sale
105%
Sale
64
66%

15%
34

80(4
22%
14 y8

Jan

48
Jan
85 y2 Nov

104

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Briggs & Stratton
3
Bristol-Myers Co new com_l
3%% preferred
100

footnotes, see page 29.

Sale

88(4
58%

24(4 Nov 11
14 y4 Nov 12

Book-of-the-Month

Brach (E J) & Sons
Branlff Airways Inc
Brlggs Manufacturing

45%

21% Nov 22
13% Nov
1

40%
27%
24%
43 %

Laboratories
1
Bavuk Cigars Inc
•
Beam (James B) Distilling_2
4%?4 preferred
Beaunit Corp—

10y4 Jan

19

25

Nov 12

Sale

13 %

50

50% Nov 29
94
Apr
4

11(4 Nov 18

5Sale

40%

Products

Jun 11
Jan 10
46% Jan 21

29

23%
13%

71

30% Jun 25

27
Nov 21
10% Nov
1

36

47%

2
2

Sale
Sale

32% Nov 29
77% Nov 22

Sale

65% Oct 29
48% Apr 15

66% May 16

28%
1074

Sale
Sale

5%
Sale
Sale

32% Oct 25

54% July 26

1

32%
85%

Sale

22% July 9
44% Oct 11
33% Aug 23

Aug 26
Sep 25

Sale
Sale

Nov 22
Nov 22
Nov 26
Nov 22
16% Nov 26
24% Nov 26
12% Nov 26

6

Jun

98
Nov 15
39% Jan
8
41% Jan
7

3

9%
1674
26%
25%
2%
4374

6074 NOV

15%
2%
17%
10

Jun 14

Jan
2
Jan
2
Jan
2
Jan 22
Nov 26

34 Va Jan

59% NOV 22

Nov 21
Nov 22
85% Nov 27

July 11
Nov 14

109% Oct 28
92% Feb
1
43
Jun
7
13% Jan 25
20Va Feb 13
34% Mar 27
31
May 13
4% Aug 29
51% May 15
22% Oct 17

Sale

57
52

Nov 13
Nov 29

35% Feb 14
35% Apr 11

2

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

54

Oct

87

Sale
Sale

10%

7
8

42% Oct 28

Jan
2
243/4 Nov 26
1474 Oct 7
15 Va Feb 27
39
May 16
28 V* July 17
21% Aug 8
51% Mar 19
38
Nov 22
66% Jan
7

4y«
49(4
19%
60

13%

12%
13 Ya

10

.

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

Sale

5%

series B——100

—_

Sale
Sale

Nov

13%

Sale
Sale

10%

Common

29

Sale

38
10
18(4
3iy4
3034
4y4
5074
21 y4

Sale
31%

49

*

Beatrice Foods Co—

18%
30%

Nov

22 y2
30

21%

Corp
—1
Bath Iron Works Corp.
10
Bausch & Lomb Inc
—10

161,400
129,100

Sale
Sale

91

Sale

25 %

Co—

preferred

41

10%
19%
27 y2

1

conv

Sale

59
Nov 18
38
Nov 22
98% Nov 22
88
Nov 27
36
Nov
7
9% Nov 13
17% Nov 19
28% Nov 26
27% Nov
1
3% Nov
4
48% Nov 29
19
NOV 26

Nov

3274 Nov
6474 Nov
41% Nov
1033/4 Nov

19
15
12
1
1
12
7
1
15
41
12
19
12
18

3%
17%
ny8

12%

5%

Sale
Sale

33

.

15

Corp—1

Basic

63%

2874 Jan

2
2
3
2

92

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

88
28%

Bangor & Aroostook
Barber Oil Corp
Basic Inc common

Nov 22

30% Jan
40% Jan
27 y4 Jan

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

series C
—100
Ohio com
10o
4% non-cum pfd
100

143,900
90,900

7,300
4,500
16,900

25

24%
54%
33%
22 %
29%

Nov 22

18

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

60%

4%
pfd
Baltimore &

6,400
1,700

Sale

9%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

4% % pfd

43% Nov

38

28

32%
100%

4,510
125,300
33.600

Nov 18
Nov
1

Sale
10

Sale
Sale

24% Nov 26

98
Nov
27(4 Nov

28% Aug
26
July

14% Mar 19

19% Nov 12

Sale

60%

32(4 Nov

1774 Nov

89 (4

Sale

49
Nov
33 y8 Nov

12
14
19
1
1
1
1
15
1
14

Nov 26

87 %

3%
50'4
20 V4

Nov 22

36% Nov 26
45
Nov 22
31% Nov 27
30% Nov 26
97
Nov 11

29

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

30% Oct 14

2

Jan 16
Jan
2
13 Ya Jan 18
42
Mar 19
25% Mar 6

13

5474
3074
22 y4
24(4
42 Ya

Nov 26

100(4

Sale

9%

24 y4 Nov

Sale

25
24

25% Nov 22

15%
17 %
43
30%

92

38

28

Nov
1
NOV 13
25
Nov 27
21% Nov 22
50
Nov
1
27
Nov 22
16
Nov 22
18

Prices

22(4 Jan

Nov 15
NOV 13

29

28

355a

1
(The)_9
1
Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton —13

340

102 (4
91 (4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

14 ya

Babbitt (B T) Inc
Babc'k & Wilcox Co
Baker Oil Tools Inc

Baltimore Gas & Elec
Common

Sale

>

18%

of

624,900
12,830

40%

27

31

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale
99
Sale
Sale

Prices

Sale
Sale
Sale

16%
18 %
43%
31%

Sale

30%
30%
64 y»

Sale
32

2574

Sale
Sale

18%
43 y4

25%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Highest

Sale
Prices

Sale
Prices

Sale

19
28

10

10c

43,200
1,100

32

96%
27 %
16%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
98(4

18%

90

Austin Nichols <fe Co com—*
$1.20 conv prior pref
•
Automatic Canteen
2.50
Automatic Retailers
America
AVC Corp

42
49

54%
29 %
19%
22%
38
45%
31
30%
97 y2

■

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

47%
48 %
88%
15 %
2%
14%

100
Chemical Industries—1
Corporation com
1
preferred
20
Credit Corp

22%

43%

preferred_10
Atlantic City Electric—

Atlas

50
29 y8
20%

25%
10%

non-cum

Common
4%
preferred

27%

28

31 y8
28 y8

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

61%

50c

Associated Spring Corp—10
Associates Investment Co_10
Atchison Top & San Pe—
Common
10
5%

34%
10%

17%

Inc

Goods

Sale
Sale
Sale

26%
25%
2%
45%

2.50

2.50
Ashland Oil & Refining
1
Associated Brewing Co
1
Associated Dry

Sale

67

100
4,060
311,200
16,100
133,700 7,094,600
19,820
1,030
109,100 1,211,700

21,100
295,000
27,900
423,500
61,800
545,400
117,500 1,249,400

27%

33%

52
42%

10

Steel Corp

Armco

1,060
18,000

86,700 1,679,300

22%

41%
30%

Archer-Daniels-Midland —•
Arizona Public Service—2.50
Arlan's Dept Stores
1
Cork Co com

215,000

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

37%
16%

1

Apco Oil Corp

Co

670,300

22%

37%

& Co_21%

Film Cp_20c

Anken Chemical

Armstrong

212,900 2,499,400

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

27 y2

Sale

24%

92

*

$4 preferred
Anderson Clayton

Ask

2574

16%

1

Bid

25%

25V*

shs

Opening or
27

46 %

1

AMP Inc endorsed
Ampex Corp

Nov. 29
Closing or
Bid
Ask

Nov .1

Sale
26
Sale

13%

Lead & Smelt—1
Ametek Inc
—I
*
Amer Zinc

Armour <&

15,700

25

25
25

preferred

519,300

51,000

22 y*

Works Co com_5

28,500

380

1963
Opening or
Bid
Ask

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

-PRICES IN NOVEMBER—

Price Jan. 2,

New York
Stock Exchange

Aggregate Sales

17

STOCKS

—

2

15% Jan 29
45% Jan
9
34% Aug 21
31% Oct 28
47% Jan 10
32% Oct
1

49% Mar 14
7
28% Oct 17
115% Jan 14
67% Oct 11
46% Oct 17
8
16% Jan
37% Sep 13
45% Sep 23
19% July 2
103 % Mar

20% Jan 18

21 Ya Mar 29

30% Jun 13

8% Nov 26
Nov 22
40% Jan 15
50% Aug 1

12

48

114%
1%
17%
24 %
26%

Mar 1
3
Oct
Apr 17

Nov

6

Jan

2

2
4
20% Jan
3
86% Mar 27
51% Jan
8
7
25 Va Aug
2
21% Jan

28% Jan
153
Jan

2
12% Jan
21% Sep 30

30% July 26
17% Nov 20
17% Nov 15
57
Mar 18
41% Jan
8
85
Jan 11
10% Mar 4
35% Jan
2
3% Jan
2
5% Jan
2
28% May 21
9% Apr 16
4% Feb
4
37% Jan
3

May 28
59% Jan 24
63
Aug 26

55% Jun
3
125% Aug 26
1% Feb
6
25% Oct 28
35% Jan 15
36
Sep
3

34% Apr 16
Jun
3
33% Nov 4
99% Oct
7
64% Aug 26
33% Apr 16
26% Apr 15
16% Apr 23

160

27% Jan 14
4
40% Feb
20% May 22
23% Jan
9
67% May 24
51% Sep 13
89
Oct 15

14% May

9

43% May 21
5% Feb 14
9% Feb 13

35% Aug 27
13% Jun 13
7% Nov 12
47% Oct 14

Oct

2

59% Oct 25

87% Jan

2

94% Aug 23

$55

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

18

Abnegate Sales
November

Jan.
Jan

New y0rk

Stock Exchange
CTnriTC

1

Shares

Shares

17,200
1,150
8,800
637,300

225,800
16,380

82,700
7,460,400
1457,800
668,500

236,700

42,800
67,400
141,900
4,400

28,100
6,200
487,900

118,400
18,700
216,200
3,800
2,100
64,800
44,600
29,400

Price Jan. 2,

475,900
1,304,600

4,800

BlULiVS
Brooklyn Urilon Gas
5.50% pfd Series A
Brown Shoe Inc
Brunswick. Corp

par

10
100
15
•
Buckeye Pipe Line.:
•
Buckingham Corp cl A^___l
$5

preferred

"455,600

40

2,450

176,500
140,000

11,500

202,400

730

6,020

22,300
12,900
47,900

270,300
185,100
395,400

940

8,910

2,500

24,600

790,900

86.600

364,100 2,606,000
9,260
315,260

59,100
446,400
141,000 1,763,100
6,400
53,400
328,200 2,065,200
438,900
895,900

-

25%

143/8
28%
21
9%
8%
24%
4%

lp/, sale
12% sale
96 % Sale

51

sale
Sale

728,500
109,500

46%
26%

Caro Clinch & Ohio Ry—100

Carolina Power & Light

•
5
10
50
Carriers & General Corp__l

Carter Products Inc
Case (J I) common
7% preferred.

48

29

54

7
64%

100
6%% 2nd pfd
7
Caterpillar Tractor
•
Ceco Steel Products Corp.lo
Celanese Corp of Am com..*
Rights

3% sale
3714 Sale
197/3 20%
38% Sale
__

1% 2nd preferred
100
4%% conv pfd Ber A—100

Certain-teed Products
Cessna Aircraft Co
Chadbourn Gotham Inc

11%
85%
4%

__

95 %

Sale
153/4 Sale
Sale
Sale
sale
Sale

"

33%
46% Sale
ggy4 100
24 % Sale

-

41%

Sale
Sale

30

131%

igy8

1
__1
1

157^
21
43/8

684,100
1,416,400
239,200
41.400
508,900

Champion Spark Plug Co_l%
Champlin Oil & Refin Co__l
Checker Motors Corp
1.25
Chemetron Corp.
1

30%
21%
18%

Chesapeake Corp of Va
5
Chesapeake & Ohio com._25

5%

Chesebrough-Pond's Inc...2
Chicago & Eastern 111 RR_*

52%

3
42%

Sale
17

29%

21%

Sale

9
16%
i4i/a

16

371/4
sale

30

40,700
70,000
13,400

114,100 1,271,500
1,700
46,900
74,200 1,075,100
1,100
78,400
431,900

87,200

6,000
420

7,800

r

19,700
3,000

195,100
75,800

55,000

982,100

$4.50 preferred

•

Chemway Corp
3%%

Class

conv

preferred—100

40

A

Chicago Great Western__50
5% preferred
50

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

84%

"

Sale
Sale
18

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

103%
39% Sale
36
Sale

101

Sale

33

__1

32%

Sale

99

17%
35
47%
99%
24
41%
26%
31%

Sale

353/,
sii/2

10.020

52%
39%

9

Sale
sale
Sale
Sale
sale
Sale

744,300

33%
25%

Sale

27% Sale
18% 1834

21%

3914
22%
45 y4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

147% 149

Sale

90

Sale

46%
25% Sale
50% Sale
s/8 Sale

132% 133%

20 %
25%

Sale
Sale

9% Sale
44% 447/.
64% Sale

102

98

62

110

Sale

18
28%

Sale
Sale

20%
36%

sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

34% Nov 27
8
28% Nov
8
17% NOV

Nov
1
Nov 22

2

16

1

2
7
2

92%
37
17%
69%
32%
42 Va
19%

16% Nov

10% Jan

69

55

1014 Nov 12
8% Nov 11

26

30

32

Nov

7
4% Nov 22
11% Nov 22

13% Nov 29
101% Nov 1

Nov

5% Nov
1
13% Nov
1
14% Nov
107% Nov 29

1
4
4

27% Nov 29

Sale

34*%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov 26
31% Nov 22

9% Nov 8
35% Nov 12

Nov 29
Nov 26

42% Nov 20
24% Nov 20
1
13% Nov
106
Nov 13
Nov
70
7
1
36% Nov
41% Nov 19
Nov 26
49
3.3% Nov 1
1
80% Nov
12% Nov 8
8
101% Nov
5% Nov 11
47% Nov 13
25% Nov 18
55% Nov 14
1% Nov 11
1491/2 Nov 27
1
95*4 Nov

Nov
Nov

9

40%
23%
12%
103 %
66%

Nov 29

Nov 27
Nov 27
32
Nov 22
6
39% Nov

48% NOV 18
32*A Nov 8

4%
47%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

25%
53*%

Sale
Sale

24% NOV 11
43% Nov 22
1
A Nov

147% 151%
94*%
Sale

147% Nov
4
93 % Nov 27

25%

Sale
18%

66% Nov 22
10
81

Nov
Nov
4% Nov
44
Nov

22
13
26
22

18% Mar
8% Aug
7
Nov
23% Apr
4% Jan
11
May
12% Jan

14
7

93
51

11%
88

25% Jan

13
Nov 22
22 Va NOV 22

26% Nov

71 %

Nov

94

20
6
51% Nov

21%
91%
50
9
22%
39%
23%

Jan
2
Oct 24
Nov 26

60% Jan

10
Nov 22

?48

'20%
.54
7

Jan
Jan
64% Jan
3% Jan

34%
20%
36%
A

Jan

2
2

46% Nov 22
Nov 22

52%
40%

38% Jan

34

18%
33%
44%

Sale
Sale

17 % Nov 26
33% Nov 26

19%
35%

Sale

98%

99%

43% Nov 22
98% Nov 15

48%
100%

22%

Sale
Sale

9
27 %
14%
22%

Sale
9%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

22
11
20
22
26
1
11

Nov
38% Nov
32% Nov
17% Nov

29

8%
26%
14

Sale

21%
2%
40% Nov 19
30
Nov 22

99

Sale

99

40

Sale

33%
18%
24%
8%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

3%
40%
31%

43
Sale
66%
Sale
103
105
57%
Sale
16%
Sale
25
Sale
19
Sale
36% 37%

26
22
22

23% Nov 26
7% Nov 22
43

Nov 13
64% Nov
1

55% Nov 22
16% Nov 29
25

Nov 29
16% Nov 19
1
36% Nov

22

Jan

2
15 y4 Jan
7
33
Jan
43% Nov 22
7
98% Jan

9%
31%
16%
23%
3%
42%
33 Va
100%

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

15
11
1
4

13
29
4
8
1
14
1
14
4

40% Nov
36*4 Nov
21% Nov
26% Nov
9% Nov 8
6
44% Nov
67% Nov 13

62%
18%
28%
211/4

1
Nov
1
Nov
1
Nov
Nov 12

38

Nov

18

Sep 3
Aug 20
Sep 19

4

9

9

Oct
7
Oct 29
Nov
8
Nov

8

Oct

7

29

11
11
25
27
4

38% July 15
49% Apr 22
102% Apr
4

26% May
47% Feb

22% Mar 11

29

11
Aug 23
July 9
Apr

18% Oct 24
54% Sep
3
40% Nov
4
19% Nov 19

41
26

1
43% Nov 20

Aug 19
Sep 25

30% May 21

2
15

24% Nov

Feb 18

47% Oct
27% Sep
56 y8 Sep
% Oct
149% Nov
95% Sep

2

15% Jan

NOV 15
Jun 20

5

8

Jan

Oct 11
Nov 20

35
81%
12%
101%

Mar
Oct 31

90

May 13

51% Aug

2
2
1
3
4

133% Jan

Jun 25
Aug
6
Jan 15

43% May

.2
2

Mar
Jan

May 16

May 13

41 y4 Jun

July 23
Jan
2
Jan
3

Sale

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

3

July 19

12% Nov 29
2
101% Jan
32
36

Jan 10
Jan
8
Nov 27

27% Nov 29
94 y4 May 22
55
Apr 25
10% May 3
35% Nov 12
49% Apr 10
29% Feb 12
15% Apr
8
108
May 21
71% Oct
7

4

38

22% Nov 26

7
2

2

Sale

41
26

33%
7y8
15
17
108

24
3

Jan
Jan

21

42%
26%

22

Jan

27% Nov
18% Nov

1
6
Nov 14
Nov
4
Nov 19
Nov
4
Nov 13
Nov
4

34
22 y4
11
11%

19

92% Apr 17

25% Nov 27
18% Nov 27

18
50

2
2

4
26% Nov 12
20% Nov 18

15% Nov

Sale
53

12% Sale
103*% 104V2
Sale
67%
Sale
32%
40%
Sale
48% Sale
32% Sale

17

Jan
9% Jan

13
Nov
22% Nov
2t>% Nov
9
Nov 27
7
Nov 22

Sale

24

14% Jan
11% Jan

27%

41%

Jan 28

25

7
Nov 21
32% Nov 20
42 % Nov 15

6
6
22
22
1

2

93%
20%
34%
31%
18 y8

79 Va Jan
28% Jan

93%
51 %
9

'

46 ~7July 9
114% July 26

Sale
Prices

6

15*/4 Nov
30% Nov

39% Nov

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

93% Nov 26
121/4 Nov 11

Nov 12
Nov 22

23% Nov

Sale

107 %

Sale

80%

4
4

14% Nov 22
66% Nov 14

9%

13%

Sale

33% Sale

Nov

29% Nov 22

Sale
Sale

12*%

94
5334

68
Sale
36% Sale
40% Sale
49*% 50%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

7%

Sale

104

Sale
sale
Sale
Sale
30
sale
sale
Sale

3714

1
1

Central Aguirre Sugar Co__5
Central Foundry Co
1
Central Hudson Gas & Elec.*
Central Illinois Light com.*
4%% preferred
100
Central Illinois Pub Serv—*
Cent & South West Corp_2.50
Central Soya Co..
•
Century Industries Co
•
Cerro Corp
5

Sale

101%
62
363/n

Carpenter Steel Co
Carrier Corp common.;
4%% preferred.

13%

sale

i47/s

30%
26%
16%
12%

Sale

30%
4%

42% Sale
24% Sale

Sale
Sale

Chain Belt Co
10
Champion Papers Inc com.*

320

9

9% Sale
34% Sale

93

42

113% Nov

87

15%
67%
31 %
41%
14%
25%
20%

Sale
Sale
Sale

50

Celotex Corp common.
1
5% preferred
__20
535.500 Cenco Instruments Corp
1

6,300
66,500

86
30

36% Jan 3
4
111'/2 Jan
78% Oct 17
10% Nov 26
<28% Jun 27

Prices

Nov 14
87
Nov 12
10% Nov 26

Sale

Highest

Sale

40% Nov 26

Sale
Sale

17%
13%

Sale
Sale
sale

49%

120,800
28,300

726,200

33
26%

Lowest
Sale
Prices

Highest

112

Sale
Sale

10%

10%
22%

21%

Sale
113 %

91%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

26%

5,100
3,600

50,900
51,700

Saie
Sale
Sale
10
Sale
Sale
Saie

Sale

129,400

655,900

Sale

Sale

974

93

5,700

18,800
116,200
12,800
203,700
25,300
205.500
1,100
9,280
29,400
451,800
64,700
759,790
13,500
191,700
5,400
128,600
237.500 1,460,100
79,000 1,430,400

Sale
sale

91%

2,850

39,700
59,100

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

10%
59

or

11 %

Sale

$4.25 conv preferred
•
Canada Southern Ry Co_100

230

^

30%
15%
68*4
26%
40%
15
25
20%
9%
7%
31
5%
13%
14%
101%

14*4

Canadian Breweries
»
Canadian Pacific Ry
25
Carborundum (The) Co/
5
Carey (Phillip) Mfg Co
10
Carlisle Corp
•

6,580

30,400
16,700

Sale

29

Canada Dry Corp com_1.66%

330

16,900
333,500
130,700 1,217,500

88%

791/3

Calumet & Hecla Inc
5
Campbell Red Lake Mines__l
Campbell Soup Co
1.80

68,200

86%

Sale

11%

58,900 Buffalo Forge Co
1
373,900 Bullard Co
10
163,900 Bullock's Inc
5
1,732,900 Bulova Watch Co Inc
5
2,584,500 Burlington Industries com__l
224,600 Burndy Corp
;
1
2,608,700 Burroughs Corp
568.000 Bush Terminal Co
1
48,900 Byers (A M) Co
33%
1,216,400 Calif Financial Corp
1
567,400 California Packing
2.50
639,300 Callahan Mining Corp
1

430,500
451,100
409,500

Saie

Sale
Sale

113

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest
Saie
Prices

Ask

411%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

__

•

24,900
20,800
30,800

Sale
Sale

41%
112%
87%
11*4
31%
27%
16%

Sale

85%
13%

Bucyrus Erie Co
5
Budd (The) Co common__5

Closing
Bid

Ask

Bid

111% 112

28%
15

Nov. 29

Nov. 1
Opening or

Ask

Bid
37

—PRICES IN NOVEMBER-

—

_
1963
Openmgor

STOCKS

—

Nov 22
Nov 11
8% Nov 20
2
19y8 Jan
6
13% Jun
20
Aug 6

1

7
32
Jan 22
14% Jan 23
33% Oct 16
19% Feb
6
25% May 23
4% Mar 13
47 y4 May 31

2% Sep 25
33% Jan 2
2
25 y« Jan

331/2 Sep 25

96 y4 Jan 22
2
32% Jan
29% Feb 12
17% Nov 22
2
18 % Jan
2
5% Jan
3
37
Jan
2
51% Jan
92
Mar 7
2
51% Jan
2
9
Jan
16% Jan 14
2
14% Jan
29% Jan 17

102% May 24
41% Oct 24
37% Oct 21

26% July 31
27% Oct 21

11% July 10
Sep 18

46

67% Nov 13
107
Oct 17
62% Oct 11
19
Sep 13
28% Nov
1

27% Jun 25
39 % Sep 17

Chic Milw St Paul & Pac
5,000
62,200

43,600
36.200
68,000
4,010

83,400
830,800
610,100
445,500
1,144,100
128,300

700

20,700

100,800

942,400

93.400

819,500

,797,800115.898.400
39,600 t361,300
1.700

17,130

790

9,790

22,600
191,000
138,800 1,426,000

93,500 1,233,400
8.400
119,900
62,200
362.300
12,600
110,700
15,100
292.800
29,000
178,000
58,300
963,100
6,200
89,700

192,000 <560,900
4,260

440

45,600

568,700

"■200

303.000"

710

4,730

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__25c
Chris-Craft Industries

Chrysler Corp

1

12.50

Cincinnati G & E com__8.50
4%

4%%

preferred

100

preferred

.100

Cincinnati Milling Mach

C I T Financial Corp.

Cities Service Co com

10
•

.10

q3/8

14i/2

20%

Sale
18%

|a3e

„
__

13% Nov 26
59

29%

Sale
Sale

Nov
6
26% Nov 22

Sale

50%

Sale

32

Sale
Sale
Sale

46*4 Nov 22
30% Nov 13

Sale
Sale

25
20

13%

25%

Saje

94
104%
44%
39%
65
113%

Sale
Sale
Sale

15

Sale

941/* |ale

S e
__

91%

sale
106%
39% Sale
431/
Sale

105'

$4.40 conv preferred
•
$2.25 conv preference..*
City Investing Co
5

56%

Sale

106%

Sale

21%

Sale

24%

•
5
10

25%
8%
30%
37%

Sale
Sale

City Products Corp
City Stores Co
_

Clark Equipment Co.
Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Co

I

Cleve Elec Ilium

__

Sail

2834
20%
Sale
Sale

20%

icy" Sail

12%

Sale

60

48%
33
25%
28

Sa e

18%

14%

Sa
dale

o8vl

Sale

27%
187/8
23%

Sale

61%

Sale

503/® 5it/7
13i£ %\(i

Sale

Sale

25 Va
26%

20%
14%
13%
85%

Sale
90% Sale
104% 105%
42% Sale
39
65

Sale

33%

Sale

8%
43%

Sale
Sale
Sale

__

48%
33

Sale
Sale

46%
31%

Sale
64
37

69%
40%

Sale
Sale

68
39%

Clevite Corp

38%

sale

39%

Sale

39%

l

40

59%

34%
7%
44%

Sale

90

109

54%
23%
32 %
7%
42 %

Sale

46

Sale
69%

30%

40%
Sale

40

Sale

49
136

67%

37%

Cluett Peabody & Co—

129,500 1,609,100
49,600
605,900
14,100
181,100
91,100

1584,400

210

7,620

<*•500

1304.700

75,600 1,683^400
53.400
505,700

Common

3.25

1% preferred
100
Coastal States Gas Producing
Co
;
33%c

Coca-Cola Co
•
Coca-Cola Bottling Co N Y_1
Colgate-Palmolive——
Common
$3.50 preferred
:
Collins & Aikman Corp
...

Collins Radio Co...

•
•
1

iwn'1,8on?nS Co]°f®Ldo preferredIron com.5
Fuel & ser B—50
20,100
5%%
For




footnotes,

see

page 29.

Sale
141

.

136

Sale

Snip

34%
104%
22 %

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
82%

40

Nov 29

81

Nov

Sale
Sale

22% Nov 22

Sale
Sale
Sale

19% Nov 4
8% Nov 22

36%
103

Sale

20%

Sale

24

Sale

42%

Sale

»i

Sale

81

Sale

22%
_

__

Sale
_

8% 33%
Sale

32%

Nov 22
Nov
4

Sale
Sale

Sale

_

54%

57%
137%

115%

_1

Colonial Corp of America_50c

1,500

45%
140

Nov 13
6
Nov 22
Nov 15
Nov 18
Nov 15
Nov 19
Nov 26
7
Nov
Nov 18
Nov 29
NOV 26
Nov 26
Nov
6
1
Nov
Nov 27

103% Nov

Sale

Sale

lale

78% Nov 22

24% Nov 19

38

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sail

6
Nov 21
Nov 18
14% Nov 22
12% Nov 22

Sale

112%
58%
23%

58%

__

Sale

53
.36%

...—

Sale
Sale

24%

com
Clev&Pitts RR Co 1% gtd_50
Special gtd 4% stock
50

—

Sale

24% Nov

19%

sale

40%
81%
27%
24%
20%

9%
37%

38%

Sale

9%
37%

26%
26%

lall
Sale

Nov 22
6
22% Nov 26
29

102% Nov

23

1

Nov 22

37*4 Nov 12

15% Nov 12
1
61% Nov
32% Nov 12
52% Nov 12
33% Nov 4
27
29

Nov 11
Nov 13

7
20% Nov
161/2 Nov 13
15% Nov 11
95% Nov 12
25% Nov 1
1
94
Nov
105 Va Nov 12
1
44% Nov
40% Nov 13
1
651/2 Nov
6
113% Nov
1
59% Nov
26% Nov 15
1
341/4 Nov
9

Nov 29

451/4 Nov 15
48% Nov 22
33
Nov
1
70

Nov
401/2 Nov

65% Aug 30

34i/4 Aug 28

2
3

53% Aug
34% Jun
28% Sep
38% July
23% May

2
22
Feb 20
4
18'/s Jan
14% Nov 22
12 Va July 24
151
Mav 6

19 y4 Jun
18% Apr
99% Oct
28 y4 Apr
97% Sep
106% Jun

<24% Nov 19
90
Mar 22
103% Nov
6
361/4 Mar 20
38

Nov

49 y8

1
Nov
1
Nov
Nov 11
Nov 14
Nov 12
Nov
4
Nov 19

13
19
15

24
29
5
13

May 13

54% Nov 19
2
20% Jan

65% Aug 5
26% Nov 15

24% Jan

34% Oct 28

106

Jan

7V2 Nov
29% Feb

3
18
5

9% Jan

2
37% Jan
<30% Nov 26
Jan

35% Oct
42
136

Mar
Nov

34% Aug
70 Va

8

<40
80

<22%
22%
1117%

Nov
Apr
Nov
Jan
Aug
July

1

8%
32% Jan

147

40% Sep 20
106% Nov 14
24% Oct 2i

2

3

_

57% Oct 31
May 14

4

29
17
22
2
15
19

5

July 22

40% Nov
6
46% Jun 11

9

28% Feb 20
84% Jan 3
20% Jan

11

451/4 Nov 15
50
Oct 16

36% Jan 22

36% Nov
1
106% Nov 14
24% Nov 12

3
30
29

46 y4 Feb 26
72% Aug 6
121
Aug 6

55% Jan

6

1
Nov 12

15

15
2
4

64

57% Nov

42%
81%
281%
26%
22%
9%
38%

16% Aug 28

2
3
2

1

40% Nov 12

139

9% Jan
5iy4 Jan
13% Jan
20% Jan
26% Jan
18% Jan

49

Aug

5

84% Mar

4

30
'

Sep 13

35% Jun
4
23% May 15
10% Apr 16

39% Sep 18

•

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

December, 1963

New York
Stock Exchange

Aggregate Sales
November

Since
Jan. 1

Share*

Shares

550

10,200

in

Par

Colorado & Southern—
4% non-cum 1st pfd—100
Columbia Broadcasting

2.50

System

354,800 2,498,300
85,600 1,202,100
140

664,900
2,980

10,500

186,400

Columbus &

49,800

527,000
649,300
26,500

10
5

Columbia Gas System
Columbia Pictures com
$4.25 preferred—

32,900

66,700

1,200

*
So Ohio Elec—5

Combustion Engineering.—1
Commercial Credit com
5
41/2% conv preferred—100

1
121,400 1,404.800 Commercial Solvents
4.5% conv pfd ser A wi 20
11,500
11,500
827,300 * Commonwealth Edison_12.50
75,100
•
249,100 Conae Nast Publications
30,500
10
757,800 Cone Mills Corp
161,100
,

95,300
27,900
2,000
71,900
6,900

546,900
418,800

6.600

128,200

48,200

521,100
562,500
108,500
417,900

22,200
15,800
22,400
117,400

2,000
928.200
96,200

924,000

40,600

663,500

3,600

37,020
9,420
3,690

240
340

80,200 1,068,300
330

10

267,000 3,479,200

14,600

191,500

7,410
123,400 1,277,000
680

700

7,860

31,700

577,900
6,100

124~000 1,189,200
66,500
73,300

694,100

880,100

163,400
73,800
120,600
19,100
1,329,200 7,135.700
165,100
23,700

14,200
31,200

268,700
502,100

224,700
20,000
604,800
43,000
246,200
16,900
103,800 1,376,400
460,000
29,900

1,850

40

1,070

160

7,000

152,600

9,500
12,900

303,300

200

4,100
287,900
81,500

121,600

28,100
9,400
137,900
11,400
119,000 1,684,400
213,400 2,172,400
18,590
1,100
60,800

894,200

J3.920
1,010
120,000 1,829,000
400
7,100
264,800
28,100
440,900
25,200
300
15,200
.

1,800
4,800
87,300
9,000

4,200

45.100
87,500
782,500
185,300
65,200

129,300 2,988,700

Congoleum-Nairn Inc_

Consolidated Cigar Corp
1
When issued—
1
Cons Edison Co of N Y Inc_*
$5 preferred———
*
4.12% conv pref ser A_100
Consol Electronics Indus___5
Consolidated Foods
1.33V*
Consol Laundries Corp
5
Consol Natural Gas
10
Consolidation Coal Co
1
Consumer Power Co—
Common
————*
$4.50 preferred
•
$4.52 preferred
•
$4.16 preferred.
Container Corp of America

5
100

Common

preferred

4%

Continental Air Lines
1.25
Contin'tal Baking Co com__5

$5.50 preferred
*
Continental Can com
10
$3.75 preferred
•
Continental Copper <Ss Steel

$2 conv.

Cooper-Bessemer Corp
Cooper Tire & Rubber
Copeland Refriger't'n
Copper Range Co

Crane Co common

3%% preferred
Crescent Petroleum com

1
lc

25
100

preferred—100
C T S Corp
•
Cudahy Packing Co com
5
414% preferred
100
514%

Cuneo

conv

Press

Inc

5

10,200
19,300
25,600

240,600

104,500

1,111,500

59,800
13,300
20,100

648.900
239.700

15,500
17,200

57.000

283,900

22,600
16,500

474,700
190,700

219,400

463,100

657,300
63,700
91,800 1,223,000
458,900
18,800

189,100 1.699,300
57,000 1,007,900
For

Sale

Sale

106

Sale

109%

Sale

86

107%
110%

31

Sale

35

34%
24 Va

Sale

49%
30%
67%

57

35%

42%
101

24%
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

102% 103%
93% 94%
2414
94

6%
44

49%
45

100%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

26%
21%
48%
13%
16

12%
69%
34%
85%
106 %
110

Sale
Sale
Sale

102 % 1023/4

34

Nov 22
106
Nov 11
109% Nov
7

Sale

Sale
Sale

49

44%
100

34% Nov 22
46% Nov 27

Sale

30% Nov
1
63% Nov 29

Sale
Sale

46% Nov 22

Sale
Sale

43% Nov 14

94%

Sale
94%

34%
95 %

Sale

32

__

Sale
Sale

13

Sale

13%

50%

Sale

49

95%

Sale
Sale

44%

42

Sale

42%

Sale

87%

88

89%

Sale

88

90

Sale
18
Sale

5%
18%
57%

Sale

12

Sale
19%
Sale
Sale

Sale

61%
55%

59%
10%
54%

514

54%
12%
57%

Sale

90

90

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
90%

93

95

97

98%

14
5

Sale

11%

Sale

12

21%
16%
32%
50%
160 %
88

42%
82

44%
100%
22%

31%
16 %

Sale
Sale
Sale

19 %
24%
40

Sale
Sale

58%
203%

13%
23

23%
19%

10%
19%
6%

22

30%
14%
21
24

39%
58
197

90%

96%

54%

48%

48

Sale
Sale
Sale
107% 110
21% Sale
Sale
7%
57
55
11
11%

52%
10%

Nov 27
43 Va Nov 29

Sale
Sale
Sale
98

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

53

14

19
23%
36%
185

Sale

20%
7
37%
11%

11

82%
10%
21%
25%

18% Nov 22
Nov 27
20% Nov 26
6% Nov 27
53 % Nov 27
10% Nov
6
20 % Nov 26
6% Nov 6
Nov 26
33
11% Nov 22
17% Nov 22
36% Nov 1

107

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

20%
6%
34

26
22
26
29

50% Nov 18
4
95% Nov

53%

Sale
Sale

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

14% Nov 22
24% Nov 22
48% Nov 7

109
108
Sale
22%
Sale
6%
11

Nov 26

4% Nov 27
57% Nov
1

Sale

51%

Nov 22
Nov
1
Nov
6
Nov 22
Nov 22
Nov 21
Nov 22

90%
97
NOV 15

Sale

96%
23%

4%
58%

Nov 22
Nov 18
Nov 22

6
92% Nov
21 % Nov
4
29
Nov 27

82%
11%
21 %
25%
19%
33 %

52%
96%
23

Sale
Sale

52%
11%
54%
53%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

83

11
-

Mar 20
21% Nov 27

29
21

May 3
Aug 12

11

34% Nov 29
87

Nov 15

17% Nov
111% Nov

1
4

38% Nov 12
49% Nov 7
6
33% Nov
1
67% Nov
50% Nov 11

45% Nov

1

1

14% Nov 12
1
50% Nov
108% Nov 26
42% Nov 18
1
89% Nov
Nov

1

57% Nov"!
12% Nov 29

62% Nov

4
1
45% Nov 19
111% Nov 20
56

Nov

24

18

32

7
12

Nov
Nov
16% Nov
21
Nov
26% Nov

29
14

41% Nov 11
60% Nov 4
1
203% Nov
90 % Nov 22

98

NOV 22

11% Nov
5% Nov
60

83%
13 %
22%
26%
21%
33%
48%

4
8
8
15
1
7
12
1

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov 29
Nov 18

53% Nov
8
97% Nov 12
23% Nov 29
107% Nov
7
24

Nov

7%
54%
11%
21 %
7%

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

11
1
12
26

Sale

41 Va Nov 29

90% Nov 20

13
14

Sale
Sale

16 Va
21%

Sale

16

Sale

21%

Sale
Sale

19

Common

27%

Sale

29

Sale

27% Nov 19

30% Nov

8

86

Sale

86

87

86

Nov

4

87 %

85%
88%
45%

86%
92

86
86

84 Va Nov 26

84%
88%
45%

29
84
84

Sale

3.75%

84% Nov 14

84% Nov 13
87% nov 27
45% Nov 11

Delaware <Sz Hudson Co

1

Delaware Pow & Lt Co—6.75
Delta Airlines Inc
-3
Dentists Supply Co of NY-2.50
Denv & R G West RR Co—•
De Soto Chem Coatings—_1
Detroit Edison Co
10
Detroit Steel Corp
1
De Vilbiss Co
Diamond Akali Co
Diamond National Corp
Diana Stores Corp

—15

51%
20%
47%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

20%
18%
32%

10%

Sale

13 y2

31%

Sale
Sale

34%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

57%

Sale
Sale
Sale

43

46%

Giorgio Fruit Corp—2.50
Diners Club Inc
1
Disney (Walt) Product—2.50
Distill Corp-Seagrams Ltd_2
Divco Wayne Corp
1
Dobbs Houses Inc
16%c
Dr Pepper Co
•
Dome Mines Ltd
•

13%
19%
27%
44%
19%

1

Donnelley (RR) & Sons 1.25
Douglas Aircraft
*
Dover Corp
1
Dow Chemical Co
5
Dresser Industries
50c

73

26%
19%
9%
31%

1
50c

Dominick Fund Inc

Sale
Sale

20%
53 Va
59%
28%

47

Di

45%

10%

Sale

21%

21%

23%
20%
21

Sale
Sale
Sale

25%
22%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

56

22%

47
9ys

15%
23%

50%
27%
16%
41%
26%
20%
26 y4

46
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

68%
213/4
52

68%
27
21

Sale
46
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale •"

Sale

17%

Sale

32%

Sale
Sale

Sale

14

Sale

Sale
Sale

33%

Sale

48%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

56%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

22%

Sale
Sale

32

Sale

62%
25%

Sale
Sale

9

15%
22%
42%
47%
27 Va
18%
39%
25%
213^
26%
24%
31%
63%

25%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

40%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

v

87% Nov 27
45% Nov 27
67 y2 Nov 22
20% Nov
1
51
Nov 26
52

Nov 22

26% Nov 27
20 Va Nov 11
16% NOV 22

37% Nov 29
55% Nov

1

89 y8 Apr

16y4 Nov
1
21% Nov 14

13% Jan

743%
213%
53 y8
683%
29%

Nov
4
Nov 27
Nov
1
Nov 29
Nov
4

21% Nov
19 Va Nov

4
4

32 y2 Nov 22

33% Nov 13
45% Nov 22

34% Nov 1
48% Nov 29

56
Nov
6
8 3% Nov 26
15
Nov 26

58

47
25

16%
38 Va
25%
20 Va
24%

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

22
22
1
26
15
26
11

2iy8 Nov 22
30% Nov 22
60
25

Nov 22
Nov 21

4
3

43% Nov 11
90% Nov 20

32
Nov
1
123% Nov 15

20% NOV 26
38% Nov 22

3

Mar
Jan

14

Oct 2

90% Oct 1
98
Nov 2
15% Jan 31
6% Sep 23
60

83%
14%
25%
27
24%

Nov
Jan
Jan

8
8
8
19

Feb
Sep 19

Oct 10
6
39% Jun
48% Nov 18
58

100

Apr 24
Jan 23

4
25% Sep
109% Oct 11

25
10

Jun
Jan

13
25

63% Apr 10
12% Oct 18

39% Feb 14
3
13% Oct

903/4

87%
45%

Jan

210
-

3
25% Jan
8% Aug 20
17% Nov 22
3
33% Jan
52
Aug
7

87 %

Sale

42% Sep 1
60% Nov

1
Nov
1
Nov 11

41%

Nov 22

10

Jan
4
Nov
4
Jan
2
Jan
7
Jan
2
Nov 27

17
6

24% Jun

Sale

15% Nov 20

45

11

Sep

19%
5% Sep 23

91%

20

2
Mar 29
152% Mar 6
87% Jan 24

95%
16%
103
17%
6%
52%

Sep

26% Jan 1
26% Nov 1

49

2

Jun

1

Oct 25

6% July 12
20% July 9
64% Feb 15
13% Jun
5
66 % Sep 13
56
Nov
49% Sep 11
111% Nov
28% May 2
34% Sep 2
17% Jun

32% Jan

14% Apr

Nov

91% Jun

2

24% Nov 22
44
Feb 27

4

Jan 18
Mar 25

48

52% Nov
10% Jan
2
53% Jan
53% Nov 27
2
41% Jan
36% Mar 7
21 % Nov
4
27 Va Jan
2
12
2
Jan
18% Oct 23

4% Mar 21
2
42% Jan
81% Apr
5
10% July 2
21% Nov 26
20% Jun 20

7
6
Aug 5
Oct 25

5
109% May 31

2
3
22
2

10% Sep 26

15
25

Nov
Nov

35
96%
14%
54%

4

Feb 21

29

18
19

37% Nov
12

105
98

105% Oct
4
40% Nov 22

91

Jan

29
21
17

50% Aug 26

Jan 23
6% Jan
2
5
43% Apr

16% Jan

18
19
Sep 13
Nov 13
Sep 16
Nov
1

102% Jan

94

4% Jan
17 Va Jan

Feb
Feb

39% Sep 11
49%
33%
68%
51 %

2

87% Jan

14

115% Feb 13

23% Jan 18

Nov

95% Nov 19

42%
90%

Nov 22

109

6
3
2

35

Sale

53 %

Sale
Sale
Sale

Feb
Jan
Jan
35 y8 Jan

Oct

16% Nov
12% Nov
75% Oct
34% Nov
89% Feb

Apr 16

93

91%

19%
37%

2
Jan
Jan 21

94% Nov 29

88%

19%
36%

48%
111%
30%
22%
54%
14

Nov 21

41

,

11%

84

74
Feb 25
29% May 22

2
49% Jan
34
Nov 29
2
81% Jan
1053/4 Apr 18
109
Feb 28

27%
333/8
24%
563/«

14

29% May 10

40% Mar 4
983/4 Apr 15
3
1013/4 Sep

Nov

55%

25%
8%

44%
8%
10 %
8%

Jun

84% Oct 28
30% Jun 12

22

1
Nov 18

101

4% Nov 22

Sale
Sale
Sale
84%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
48%

57%

24

1

43%
105%

Sale
18%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

5%
Sale
84%

5

Sale
Sale
83 %
Sale
23%

16% Sale
102% 105
1714
774
51%

54

4
13
1
1

31% Nov 26

107% 1081/4

18

30 % Nov
22% Nov
50% Nov
14
Nov
16% Nov
12% Nov
73 % Nov

80

38
Nov 22
101 »/2 Sep 17

Sale

95% Nov 19
11% Nov 22
48% Nov 19
NOV 19
106
40% Nov 22
88 % Nov 19

7

6
4

Sale

—

Jan

43 Va Nov
106
Nov

103

Sale
Sale

106

Sale
Prices

28% Nov 21

99
Nov 27
101% Nov
6
93
Nov 21

1013,4 102%

95%

Nov 29

84

Sale

46%
30%
63%

93%

106% 1071/4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

34%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Highest

7
2
21 y8 Nov 22
2
77 Va Jan
2
67
Jan
24% Mar 19

Sale

footnotes, see page 29.




83%

58

7
preferred ser A_100
3.75% preferred ser B_100
3.90% preferred ser C-100
Decca Records Inc
50c
Deere & Co
1

37,900
391,400
311,800

49%

10

4,360
2,880
730

2,500
35,900

Sale

Sale

307,600

686.500
989,200

13%
15%
10%
72%

Sale
Sale

34

190
150

65.000
75,600

50

Sale
Sale

17%

21,800

934,100

9
12
10

1

40,900
43,400

54,800

44%

38

40

_

Nov 26

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

3%% preferred ser A—100
Dan River Mills Inc
5
Dayco Corp
50c
Dayton Power & Light-

783,200

28%

Sale

20
Sale
26%
9%
Sale

Cunningham Drug
2.50
Curtis Publishing com
1
$4 prior preferred
•
$1.60 prior preferred
•
Curtis Wright Corp com
1

Dana Corp common

47,000

104%

Sale

1.050
556,800
818,600

16,700
164,800tl ,371,200
115,000
5,600

41

Sale

306,900

378,400
267,000

Sale

96%

16,700

89,600
20,100

Sale
Sale

Sale

44%

45%

251,700

73,100

72%
27%

5

common

17,900

967,400

Sale
Sale

$4.20 preferred•
Crucible Steel of Amer_12.50

61,900

8,900

Sale

46%

5,400

150

67

•

Zelierbach Corp—

Class A
Cutler Hammer-:

10

82

48

preferred

24% Nov 22
21% Nov 27
47% Nov 20
11% Nov 22
13% Nov 22
10% Nov
6
65% Nov 22

Sale
Sale

233/a

83

Sale
Sale

$2

Nov 22
104% Nov 21

23%

33%
44%

Crown

Sale
1033/4 105

Sale

Sale

13%
22%
25%
20%
32%

1

convertible pfd
25
Crompton & Knowles Corp_*
Crowell-Collier Publishing—1
Crown Cork & Seal
2.50
5%

70% Nov 19
26% Nov 19

23%
77 %

27%

Coty Inc
Coty Int'l Corp class A

Sale
Sale

24% Nov 11
833/4 Nov 18
8
73 % Nov

Sale
Sale

5
Co—1

5

21% Nov 22
82 % Nov 21

78%
28%

23%
Sale
Sale

Products Co (Del)_50c
Corning Glass Works com—5
3 Mi %
preferred
100
3%% pfd ser of 1947—100

Sale
83%

Sale
Sale

25%

CE JAN. 1

42% Jan
26% Jan

80%
29%

23

Corn

84% Nov 11
1
29% Nov

Sale
Sale

Sale

Copperweld Steel

72% Nov 21
27% Nov 12-

44%
26"%

41%

Corp_l
5

41

57

71%
27%

Sale
Prices

59% Nov 15

Sale

7
50c
5

Continental Steel Corp
Control Data Corp
Controls Co of America

Ask

58

4%

*

preferred

Bid

or

60

17 y»

Continental Insurance
5
Continental Motors Corp—1
Continental Oil of Dei
5

Bid

Ask

Closing

or
Ask

57%

2

preferred

Opening

Sale

24

RANG!E SI
Lowest
Sale
Prices

Highest

Lowest
Sale
Prices

Nov. 29

.

42

25

Common

5%

Bid

Nov 1

*19

STOCKS

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price Jan. 2,
1963
Opening or

STOCKS

—

Nov 21

Nov

1

9% Nov 11
16'% Nov
4
24% Nov 12
44% Nov 11
52% Nov
1
28% Nov 13
19% Nov 11
41 Va Nov
1
27% Nov
4
21% Nov 18
27
Nov 27
24% Nov 29
33% Nov 11
64% Nov 11
26 Va Nov 11

40% Jan
13

Jan

7
3
2
2

27
82

Jan 21
Mar 4

84%
87
45%
51 %
18%
46 Va
*36 y«

Nov 14
May 10
Feb 18
2
Mar 27

Jan

3
Jan
Mar 6
26
Feb 15
2
19 Va Jan
2
9% Jan
2
31% Jan
2
10% Jan

6

8% Feb 14
24% May 16
38% Feb 26
67% Apr 15
46% Sep
3
93
Aug 2
16% Oct 25
22% Sep 16
32
Sep 18
88% Jun 28
87% Jun 12
90
Jan 29
46
Apr 25
75% Oct 25
23 Va July 11
56% Sep
3
68% Nov 29
32% Jun 12

May 29
19% Nov
4
35% Sep 17

23

15% Sep

11

31% Jan 24
44% July 22
3
45% Jan

39% Jun 11
54% Feb 19
4
61 % Oct

8% Oct
liy8 Mar

12% Jan
16% Nov
25
Oct
46% Sep
53% Oct
30%Oct
20
Sep
44% Oct
33 % Aug
21% Jun
29% Apr
29% Jan
35% Aug
66
May

7
6

18% July 31
2
27% Jan
2
43% Jan
19

Jan

3

15% Oct 30
3
213/4 Jan
23 Va Jan
2
19

Mar

6
4

20% Jan
20% Oct
9
22% Jan 22
55

Mar

22% Jan

4
2

15
4

30
16
24
25
16
7

20
10

24
14

26
1
28% Aug-12

20

NEW YORK STOCK

Aggregate Sales
.

New York

Price Jan. 2,

Jan. 1

Stock Exchange

1963

Shares

In

STOCKS

Since

November
Shares

18,000

34,300
500.000
9,030

4,370

2,530

34,400
5,540
3,880
3,470
177,800
1,536,800

50

1,190
10

805~500
12,900
1,120
29,840
28,200
497,100
139,600 1,379,900
330
2,550

60

4V4%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

22%
16 %
56

13%
10%

12,900

17,400
12,200

203,600
235,000

.167.800 1,030,200

5,910
20

970

42,700
60,600

363,300
832,100
466,600 tl,385,800
45,700
611,700
26,300
298,600
11,900
72,700

2,200

46,900

172,700 2,395,300
7,600
77,500

Eurofund Inc
Evans Products

46%

49

18%

48
25 %

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

10%
24 %
22%
23%

18

14%
30 %

20%
19%
47

Sale

90

Sale
Sale
Sale
101
Sale

12%
108%
99%
34%

11

Sale

57%

95
Sale

29%

5%

Sale

10
*-00
1

Co

50
1

Co

5

Eversharp Inc

Fairbanks Whitney Corp—
Common
-1
:

$1.60 conv preferred__.40
Fairchild Camera &

40,400
68,400

509,600
801,400

30,000

37,400

128,700
361*100

14,300
38,000

274,100
613,100

16,600
35,600

81,900
340,300

1,500

33,900

51,300
7,300

843,800
192,500
219,600
469,500
705,800
549,800
±660,800
1,433,100
2,035,500
280,200
490,500
981,000

68,500
28,200
25,400
79,000
90,600
202,700
24,200
39,500
81,500

1,620

260

1,040
1,000
27,400
41,200
47,600
11,500

30,500

201,400

4,000

70,500

170,300 1,189,700
253,000 3,131,700
470
6.530
28,000
252,000
22,400
23,800

15,800

±366,900
For




Sale
Sale
Sale

10
38

65%

m
114%
99 y4

Sale
Sale

35%
28%

Sale
Sale

12

30%

9%

5%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

63

Sale

62%

Sale

34%

Sale
Sale

10%
18y2

Sale

25

31
Sale
Sale

33 y4

31%

Sale
Sale

11%
50%

Sdle
Sale

30%

23%

Sale
Sale
Sale

16%

Sale

63 %'
13 Ya

65

24%
41 y8
2%
13%
63 y2

Sale

13 y4

19%
34%
36%
39%
42%
12%

Sale

20

3

38%

5y2% conv 2nd pfd A..23
Federal Paper Board com..5

17

39
Sale
Sale

27

7y8

32
29

13%
97/a
16y4

45%
6%

Foster-Wheeler Corp.
Foxboro Co

see

page

29.

41%
5%

5%
43%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
97
Sale
13
Sale
Sale
Sale

67

14%
36

21%

94%
17

12%
11%

10%
45%
8%
28%

-—-1

30%

Sale
Sale
Sale

30%

Sale

50c

1
10
Fruehauf Corp common
1
4% preferred
;
100
Gamble-Skogmo com
5
Conv. preferred—4
i_40
Gardner-Denver Co
-5

footnotes,

40

10

Fram Corp
Franklin Stores Corp..
Freeport Sulphur Co

Sale

Q

Sale
Sale
Sale
85
Sale

22%
24%
84

43%

——
'

—

96

97%

18%

Sale

13%
16%

14y4

Sale
Sale
33

41
48

Sale
Sale

15% Nov 11

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
67
Sale

95% Apr

65

7
1

41

Nov 27

Nov
23 % Nov

Nov 20
Nov 29
Nov 11
Nov
6
36
Nov
4
32 Vt Nov
1

6% Apr

I

8

80% Sep

25

43% Oct

1

3iy4 Mar

9
17

Nov 19

24

July 23

30

Sep 26

Aug 26

Nov 29

12%
20%
27%
31%
37%
33

Oct 24

Apr
Aug
July
Sep
Sep

22

15
1

24
25

13% Oct 28
50% Nov 13
57% May 14

49% Nov 18

42% Jan

2

51

18% Nov 15
69 y2 Nov 15

14
Jan
63
Jan
19% Jan

3
2

23%
80%
29 y2
45%
4%

36% Nov
6
39 Va Nov
1
40
Nov 29
11% Nov 22

Nov 26

39% May 21
31*/b Apr 30

§20% Mar 27

41

1

Aug 28

8

46

Nov

5
11

Jun

40 y4 Oct

13% Nov 12
50% Nov 13

17%. Nov 22

13

5% Jun 14
±35 y2 NOV 26 "

3
27% Jan
30% Nov 18
9
Mar 20
34% Mar 1

27% Nov 15
42% Nov 13
1
3Va Nov
1
161/4 Nov
65
6
Nov
13% Nov 12
20i/4 Nov 12
35% Nov
1
40% Nov 14
43% Nov 29
4
43% Nov
12% Nov 12

2% Nov 18
13 % Nov 19
65
Nov
6

9
2

30
102

38

Jan

3
2

2% Nov 18
13% Nov 19
58% Mar 11
13
July 3 8
9% Jan
2
423
Nov 22
36 Vb Oct 15
3
37% Jan
40
Nov 29

Mar

6

May 20
Jun
5
Jun
3
May 16
Jan 13
21% Feb 13
65
Aug 29
16 Vb Jan

25

Sale

44% NOV 19

Sale

Sale

16
34

Nov
Nov

8
1

46
7%
16%
37y8

.

23%

24%

24% Nov

4

24%

Sale
Sale

54% Nov 22
13'% Nov
4

58 Vb Nov 14
14 y2 Nov 15

Sale
Sale

40% Nov 22
31% Nov
1

45
Nov. 11
34% Nov 8

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

30 % Nov 22
30 y2 Nov 22

35

Nov

8

33%
49%
38 %
36»/8
56%

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

7
6
1
1

32%
31%
31%
47%

46o%
7%
421%
721%
15
50%
21%
95%
17%
13%

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
90

Sale
47
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

97%
Sale
14

10%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

24

Sale

10%
2274

35

Sale

39%

Sale

32%
8%

Sale

30%

Sale

Sale

8%

Sale

Sale
Sale
88
Sale
Sale

321/b
30
87

Sale
Sale
88

29%

Sale

36

Sale

Sale

35%

Sale

3oy2
36%
36%

30

Sale
Sale

22%
88%
101 Ya

Sale
Sale

17

38% Jun 12
28 y2 Nov 29
15
Feb 18
64
Sep 27

Jan 24

29 y4 Oct
26% Jan

18% May 29
122% Apr 26
101
Apr 30

50

Sale
89
100% 102

Sale
Sale

4
22
6
8

Oct 21

105 A Nov 27

36

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

24

77

4

6
50% Nov
32 y2 Nov 26
29% NOV 1
15
Nov 12
11 Vb Nov 14

16

Sale

Sale
Sale

27

2
2

4
Apr 23
Sep
4

Jan
Jan

16%

Sale
Sale

47%
8%
43%
69%
16%
51%
20%

12% Jan
106% July
98% Mar
33% Nov
26 % NOV
1110% Nov
50 % Jun
91 Va July

2

Mar 21

Oct 22

45%
6%

Sale
Sale

88

46 y4 Jan
90
Jan

50

27%
15%
31%
24%
29 Va

12
8
22
13
Nov
1
9% Nov
1
15% Nov 26

Sale
Sale

31%
28 y2
86%

44

11%
18%
25%
31%

51
Sale

37%
34%
52%
20%

12
52

30%
31%
30%
10%

19
22
29
21
18
22
6
29
7

5oya
31%
27%
1374
10%

Sale

23%

1

7
16% Jun 19
10 Vb Nov 22
23
Nov
6
2
20% Jan
19
Apr 16

55% Nov 11
6
8% Feb
27% Sep 20

Sale
Sale

85%

May

32% Apr 19
5% Aug 26
2
22% Jan

26%
27%

preferred
;
*
$4.50 conv A 2nd pfd__100
$2.25 conv B 2nd pfd
•
Florida East Coast Ry Co_25
Florida Power Corp
2.50

46

47% Jun

47% Aug 6
50 y4 Mar 7
48 y4 Jun 21

55% Nov 11
6% Nov 11
27 y4 Nov
1

24

$4

23%

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

5% Nov
25% Nov
50 % Nov
3iyaNov
26% Nov

43%
3i y2
33 y2

22

ioy8 Nov 26
17

40% Nov 22

Sale
Sale

19
18
84
90

Nov 22

Sale
Sale

13%
42%

50%

43% Apr 15
47 y4 Apr 26

Nov 20
109% Mar 15
89% Jun 18
34% Aug 19
45
Aug 13
50
May 31

261

6% Jan 11
20% Oct 15

57 Ya

1
5

Nov 22

Nov 27
Nov
1
Nov 19
Nov 12

Sale

Sale
Sale

Nov 27
Jan
2

66
Sep
4
16 Va Sep
4
18 y4 Nov 12

4y4 Apr 16
May 1

Sale

-*

55
29

6
39%
66%
36

43%
6 %
25j/2

24%

Nov 20

105% Apr 24
84
Apr 10
2
30% Jan

25% Jan 15
22% Aug 30

15

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

35%
56%

4

5% Nov 6
19% Nov 11

14

32

Sale
Sale
Sale

5% Nov

35 y2 Nov 26

311/4 Nov 15
28% Nov
4

474 Nov
1
17% Nov 26

56Vz

•

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov 26

Sale

Sale

38

1
1

4%
18%

Sale

15%

48%

20

5

2
Jan
Apr 10
2
Jan
Jan 29

11%, May 29

43 Ya
is y8

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

15

12%

Federated Dept Stores—1.25
Fenestra Inc
10
Ferro Corp
;
1
Fibreboard Paper Products.*
Fifth Ave Coach Lines
10
Filtrol Corp...—
—1

34%

1
8
21
14
29

12%

23%

—

18
Nov
115 y4 Nov
100 y4 Nov
36 Va Nov
28 y2 Nov
12 y4 Nov
58 y4 Nov
93
Nov
29% Nov

Sale

23%

1
•

105-fr Nov 27

Sale

25

Financial Federation Inc
Firestone Tire & Rubber
First Charter Financial
First National Stores—
Fischbach & Moore Inc
Flintkote Co common

4

29

43%

Sale

33

70% Nov

14
13
13
1

40 y2

.38%

35%

19
15
21

Aug

Sale
Prices

21% Oct 21
41
Oct 17
7
46% Feb
48 y2 May 2
49% May 1
16 y4 Jan 14

16%
34%
24 Ya

4.60% preferred

Nov
46% Nov
48
Nov
25% Nov
12 y4 Nov
26 y8 Nov
23
Nov
26y4 Nov

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
51 y4

30%

48

Sale

51
27 Vb
50%

41
46

-Nov

47% Nov 27
46% Nov 4

33%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

7

43

39

Sale

51

220

Sale

19%

15 %
16%
53 ya
13%
10 y#

Nov 20
4
108y2 Nov
1
86% Nov
4
32 % Nov

261

Sale

16%

5%

Nov 11
Nov 13
4
NOV
4
Nov
Nov 12

Sale
Sale

4%
16%

5

Nov 22
99% Nov 29
33 y2 Nov 22
26% Nov
6
10% Nov
8
56% Nov 27
92
Nov
6
27% Nov 27

Prices

16%
21%
65%
15 Vb
18 y4

Highest

Sale
Prices

98% Jun 24

35 y2

Sale

7%
23 y4

Sale

Sale

11%

.45%

Sale
Sale

Sale

67%

Sale

no

29% Nov 12

Sale

Sale

Sale

28

67%

37%

Sale

64% Nov 22
104% Nov
4
15 y4 Nov 22

Sale

66

Sale

Sale

105%

28%

15%

4014

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov 21
22% Nov
7
10 y8 Nov 22
23
Nov
6
21
Nov 21
22% Nov 22

Sale

Sale

14

48

15

30 y2

60
Sale

2%
15%
58%

48
Sale

5%

42

26
27
15

Sale

Sale

38

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

47% Nov 13
46 y8 Nov 13

94

Sale
Sale
Sale

63
20

31

3.7 %
101

Sale

14

13%

220
Nov 22
106% Nov
8
85
Nov 29

44

28 y4

49%

Nov 21

13% Nov 18
16% Nov 26

Sale

Sale
Sale

43%
48%
31 y4
17

Sale

64

48%
46 y2

Sale
Sale

11%
17%
24%
30%
35%
32%
12%
45%

15% Nov 26
19% Nov 26

48

91

Sale
Sale

C-

SINCE JAN. 1

RANGE
Lowest

Highest
Sale

Prices

41
47

56%

101

46

Fed-Mogul-Bower Bear
5
Federal Pacific Elec com..1

Food Giants Market com—1
100
7,900
4% conv preferred.
10
23,500
257,100 Food Mart Inc..—
2
33,400
807,100 Fcote Mineral Co
1
744,900 9,662,500. Ford Motor Co
—2.50
122,400 2,004,500 Foremost Dairies Inc
.2
601,500

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

633,400

180,300

10

17%

8%
15%

—

238rl00

Sale

Sale
Sale

.

19,400

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

35 %

35%

17%

7,130
34.700
612,600
478,400
734,700 Florida Power & Lt Co
*
298,500 Fluor Corp Ltd—
2.50
86,200 1,589,500 *FMC Corp
10
57,000
608,100 ^Food Fair Stores common—1
M80
$4.20 pfd ser 1951
15

32,800

93

39

1

Ex Cell-O Corp
.3
Factor (Max) .& Co* cl A
1
Fafnir Bearing Co
10
Fairbanks Morse & Co
.*

11,700

15,500

35%

54%

—

46%
44%
47%
45%
46%
24%
11%
25 y4
21%
26 y4

69
Sale
104% 105
18
Sale
113"% Sale
99%

26%

32%
Sale

1,970
180,800

100

41

46%

48%

32%
26%

Instrument Corp
1
Fairchild Stratos
1
Fairmont Foods common_50c
5% junior preferred..—50
Falstaff Brewing Corp
1
Family Finance Corp
1
Fansteel Metallurgical
5
Fa wick Corp___
2
Fedders Corp.
;
1

499,100 2.937,000
64,200
911,200
7,900
264,900

Sale
Sale
41 y2

47

99%

preferred series A.100

Erie & Pitts RR

85
31 %

Sale
43%

48

92%

Equitable Gas Co
8.50
Erie-Lackawanna RR Co
*

5%

Sale

20 %
64

10

v—-

Endicott Johnson com
4% preferred
£.■
Englehard Industries..

46,010

Sale
Sale

46%

42%

366,900

234%
107%

47

Empire Dist Electric Co

820

Sale
Sale

Sale

STOCKS

Sale

•

Ask

13%
17%

49%

28"%

43,800

15%

or

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

48
46
47

Elgin National Watch Co_5
El Paso Natural Gas
3
Eltra Corp common
_25c
$1.40 conv pfd
34.50
Emerson Electric Mfg
1
$1.00 conv pfd ser A
.5
Emerson Radio & Phono .5
Emery Air Freight Corp-20c
Emhart Mfg Co
...7.50

[X When issued

42%
47%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

46%

29%

10

86%
31%

or
Ask

48
47

29,400
369,000
356,100 2,530,200
35,300
168,900
8,000
84,700
43,200
940,400
5,300
9,200

/-. /

16%

Sale
Sale

Elec Storage Battery__6.66%
Electronics Associates Inc
1
Electronic Specialty Co
50c

120.000
116,500

14%

42%
46%

813,700

20,400
4,400

16%

86%
30%

44,500
±57,300
223,200 2,291,700
135,700 1,979,500

790.600
199,400

Bid

108

Share
Elec & Musical IndustriesAmerican shares..
10s

83,000
24,700

Bid

252%

.1
5

of
America
;
Electric Bond &

Closing

Sale
87
Sale

100

.

Opening

20 %
65 %

—

—PRICES IN NOVEMBER—
Nov. 29
Lowest

Nov. 1

Sale

238 Va
109

100

preferred
Elastic Stop Nut Corp

421,400

Ask

Bid

2.50

com

4%%

87,500

•74,900

preferred

Ekco Products

240

14,800
41,100

.

_

239,800
79,800
1,230
313,600

16,600

1

._

788,200
20,600

42,200
4,100

1

1
•

5%
preferred
50
4.20% preferred
50
4.10% preferred
50
$2.10
preferred
50
DWG Cigar Corp
5
Dynamics Corp of America.l
$1 conv preference
2
Eagle-Pieher Co
5
Eastern Air Lines
1
Eastern Gas & Fuel Assn—
Common
...10
4%% prior preferred. 100
Eastern Stainless Steel
2.50
Eastman Kodak common
10
$3.60 preferred
50
Eaton Mfg Co
;
1
4% % conv preferred
.25
Echlin Mfg Co
1
Edison Bros Stores com
1

14,100
176,300
9,200
114,100
14,800
273,700
153,700 2,375,700

104,900
20,600

1

DuPont de Nem & Co (E I)
Common
;
5
$4.50 preferred
•
$3.50 preferred
•
Duquesne Light Co com _5
3.75
preferred
,_50
4.15% preferred..
50

887,800
77,000

50

Par

Duplan Corp

632,400
383,600
291,400
455,000

1,110

Opening or

Drewrys Ltd USA Inc
Du Bois Chemicals Inc
Duke Power Co
Dunhill International

217,000

78,600
6,900
27,200
23,200
83,800
6,600
2,800
35,700

EXCHANGE

16

Sale

11%
5174

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

23

Nov 22

26
26

6% Nov 26

40
34
32
52

Nov 22
Nov 22
Nov 21
Nov 22

19J/4 Nov 22
1974 Nov 22
88
Nov
6
100% Nov 22
46
Nov 22
7% Nov 26
42% Nov 26
69% Nov
1
14% Nov 26
49% Nov
6
20

Nov 21

16% Nov

4

4
NOV
Nov 15
1
Nov
Nov 13
Nov 13

1
Nov
1
Nov 11
£ o > 13
Nov 27
1
47% Nov
9% Nov 11
44% Nov 4

22
23%
00 0) £
104

Nov 13
4
Nov
Nov 14
Nov 29

7474
16%
52 y4
21%

__

.

16% Nov 27

18% Nov

1374 Nov
15%* Nov
10% Nov
48
Nov

13y2 Nov
17 y4 Nov
12 y4 Nov
53% Nov
10% Nov

8
18
13
1
4
1

24
Nov
42 y4 Nov

1
15

18
22
27
22
10
Nov 26
22 y4 Nov 13

33% Nov 6
29
Nov 21
8% Nov
1
30y2Nov
26% Nov
87
Nov
28% NOV
34% Nov
33% Nov

4
22
11

27
27
21

3274 Nov

1
874 Nov 29
33% Nov 15
30% Nov 14
88

Nov 15
4
1
1

31% Nov
36% Nov
37% Nov

8

3
Jan
Nov 21
Oct 28
2
Jan
15% Nov 26

37% Mar 12
6% Apr 5
16
Oct 18
30 Vb Aug
2

51 %
39%
34
23%
ii %
19%

8
11

Jan
Jun

Apr 30
Feb 19
Nov 14

May 17
48% Oct 10
gy4 May 8

19% May
42

8

Mar 21

23% Jan

3

24% May 22

42% Jan

2

58 Ye Nov :

12% Sep 16
2
35% Jan
23 Vb Mar 20

18% Jun
46% Sep
34% Nov
37
Sep :
36 y4 Apr
66
Apr
39
Oct :
46% Sep :
60 Ya Jun
23% July
23% Sep

26

Jan

2

2
27% Jan
±40
Nov 22

32

July 23

31% Jan 24
2
50% Jan
2
18% Jan
2
17% Jan
85% Jan 23
2
90
Jan
41 Va Jan
3
5
Jan 23
40% Feb 25
65% Jan 2
2
14
Jan
2
35% Jan

20

95

______

July

30y4
26y2
12%
8ya

Nov 21
Sep 20

16 Va Mar 13
4
13
Jan
2
11% Jan
9% May 3
42
Mar 1
8% Jan 2
22 y4 Nov 13

26% Mar 19
29
Nov 21

7% Aug
22%
24%
84
28%
35%

6
2
Jan
2
Jan
Jan 15
Nov 27
Nov 26

$31% Mar 14

90
104

Jun :
Nov :

47% Sep :
11% Sep
46 y2 Jan
78 y4 Sep
20
Jun :
52 y4 Oct :
25% Feb

97% Oct :
24% July :
18% July
17 y4 Sep
15% Sep :
59
Sep :
11% Sep :
31% Apr :
42 y4 Nov

:

38 y2 May:
9% Jan 1
33
Nov :
33% Jun
89 y4 Aug :
43% Jan
36% Oct :
39% Jun :

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

December, 1963
Aggregate Sales
in
Since
November

Jan. 1

Shares

805,100

Stock Exchange

6,900

9,500
80

47,400

.518,500
15,500
176,300
78,000
137,700

3,810
786,300

53,900
57,600
1,320

347,700

20,200
11,300

186,800

736,300

29,420
143,000
563,100

30,300
7,940
1,800
259,200
17,300
32,600
347,500
250,500 2,859,700
247,100 3,230,100
19,300
+39,300
71,700 1,051,500
365,800 1,292,600
65,200 1,137,100
1,230
14,400
1,204,800 9,530,600
1,600
9,000

1,600
101.200

76,300
4,100
74,300 1,178,800
277,400 1,612,600
100

68,400

57,700
47,900

7,050
933,600
918,300

532,900

76,300

492,100
1962,900

2,500
2,510

36,600
26,010

17,600

650,900 5,415,500
329,100 1,458,200
251,400 2,332,800
590
7,420
750
6,790
501,800
30,600
62,100
2,400
95,200 1,322,300
19,800
177,600
284,400 2,267,900
377,100
40,000
327,000
31,000
47,800
4,400
341,600 5,760,300
16,100
388,100
397,100
39,600
360,900 2,454,200
38,900
242,000
100,500
11,400
17,900
141,000
138,800 1,831,700
185,100 2,596,700
165,300
10,600
133,700 4,633,900

3,300
81,600
48,300
769,200
125,500 1,241,300
334,400
23,400
506,100
24,500
330

6,720
720,600
1,308,400
352,200
291,300
854,000

36,800
122,100
54,700
26,800
41,000
313,000 2,890,600
679,500
26,800
540
9,720
23,700 ,175,000
97,600 1,245,700
68,700
1,800
110,500 1,335,800
48,100
500

658,000
110.000

306,400 4,432,700
954,400
76,300
270
2,300
9,410

970

1,110

~130
90

38,500
4,800
9,200
60,300

59,300
1,300

12~200
45,800
88,900

28,200
80

13,500

22,700
45,300
29,800
4,400
42.400

1,180
2,300
391,200
34,300
91,600
631,600
813,000
45,800
1,910
151,800
570,900
1,566,200

545,700
1,320
262,900
362,400

471,500
213,900
t82,800
574,900

95,200
3,290

5,400
100

145.200 1.422.400
26,900

30,100
40,600
43,400

245.900
1420,700
570,800

150

468,400
2,640

53,500

508,200

26,600

39,500
For




Opening or

STOCKS

Shares

154,500
24,600
1,500
14,900

Price Jan. 2
1963

New York

Bid

Par

Gen

7%
91%

Sale
Sale

Sale
14
Sale
84 Y*
Sale
5%

13%
36%
83%
30%

1

28%
76%

5

Sale
Sale

Sale

11%
31%

Sale
Sale
115
Sale

114
58

$3.75 preferred
.—-—*
Gen Portland Cement
1
Gen Precision Equip com
1

87%
17%

341/4

Sale

•

38
5%
32 y8
114

40
Sale

$1.60

conv

preferred

General Public Service
.10c
Gen Public Utilities
2.50
General Refractories
5
General Signal Corp
6.67
General Steel Industries
1

114

26%

$1.25

Georgia-Pacific

Gibraltar Financial
Gibson Greeting Cards
Gillette (The) Co
Gitnbel Brothers
Ginn & Co—
Glen Alden Corp
Glidden Co
Globe-Union Inc

103

35%

47%
55
is y8

Co_l
1

1
5

—1
—1
10
5

Granby Consolidated Mining
Smelting St 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
fGrayson-Robinson Stores—1
Great Atlantic & Pac Tea
1
Great North Iron Ore Prop_*
Great Northern Paper Co_25
Great Northern Ry
.—•
Great Western Financial
1
Great Western Sugar com_*
7% preferred
_100
Green Shoe Mig Co
3
Greyhound Corp common
3
4% % conv pref
50
Grumman Aircraft Eng Corp 1
Gulf Mobile & Ohio RR
•
$5 preferred
—
*
Gulf Oil Corp
8.33Vb
Gulf States Utilities com
•
$4.20 preferred
$4.40 preferred

.

$4.44 preferred—

100
100
100

100
100

$5 preferred
$5.08 preferred
Gustln-Bacon Mfg Co

2.50

Hackensack Water
.12.50
Hall (W. F.) Printing
5
Halliburton Co
—__—.5
Hallicrafters Co
.—
1
Hamilton Watch common—1
4% conv preferred
__100

Hammermill Paper Co
Hammond Organ Co_

2.50
1

(M A) Co
,
2.50
Harbison Walker Refrac—
Common
;
__7.50
6 % preferred
_100
Harcourt Brace & World Inc 1

Hanna

__.

Harris-Intertype Corp
1
Harsco Corp ++
+1.25
Harshaw Chemical Co____5
Hart Schaffner & Marx
5
Harvey Aluminum Inc
1

Corp of America com—1
5% preferred
___50
Haveg Industries
40c
Hawaiian Telephone Co_
5
Hayes Industries Inc
5
Hazeltine Corp
•
Heinz (H J) Co com
8.33 Mi
Hat

page 29.

21

101V*

5
,—4

Globe-Wernicke Inc
5
Goodrich <B F) Co
_10
Goodyear Tire & Rubber
•
Gould-Natl Batteries Inc
4
Grace (W R) St Co
1

see

10%

Inc_5

_

3.65% preferred
Helene Curtis Indus
Heli-Coil Corp

22%

80c

Corp

Gerber Products
Getty Oil Co
Giant Portland Cement

footnotes,

26%
27 y4

25

preferred

100
cl A—1
._•

Sale
Sale
Sale

'

14%
28%
33 %
30%
33 y4
23%
10
36 V*
20

27
28

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

94

35%
5

26%
83%

Sale
95
Sale

103 32
36%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

90%
22 y8
34%
36%

5%
32%
15%
28%

75

16%
38%
115%
78%
78 y2
114%

34'%
5%
32%
15%
27 %
24

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
34 y«
95 %
93 y2
95 y4 96 Y*
97 y2 100
107
108

106% 108

20%
12%
24%
34
32%
38%
28 Va

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

32'/,

Sale

32%

Sale

39%

Sale

27%

41
37%
45

16%
19%
24%
15%

24%
84
4y8
40

Va

16%
51
52 V*
17

50%
154'%
23%
44'/8
90%
40
43 Ya
92%

22% Nov 14
15% Nov 26
23% Nov 20
82
Nov 12
3% Nov
7
37% Nov 21
13% Nov 20
46
Nov 22
52
Nov
6

47% Sale
153'% 155

43% Nov 22
153'% Nov 26

Sale
Sale

23 Ye Nov 27

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
94

108'%
108
Sale

15'%
24'%
85

4y8
38%
13%
51%
53%
16'%

23%
46'/a
93

19%
28%
20

46%
85%
26%

41
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
87

Sale

22%
26%
19

44%
87%

21%
26%

1
90% Nov
4
353/4 Nov 22
42 »/4 Nov
6
44% Nov

1
8

32% Nov 29
28
Jan 11

Nov

17

39 %
Sale
Sale
Sale
23
99
Sale

38
Nov 26
35% Nov
1
48% Nov
1

Sale
Sale

25% Nov 26
35 % Nov
7

Sale
35%
129% 132

129% Nov 22

38%
36%
53%
9%
22%
92%

34%
25%
37%

8% Nov 26
23% Nov 22
34 %

35

Nov" 27
Nov 27

Sale

23

Sale
Sale
Sale

38%
19

Sale

7%

Sale

Nov
Nov
Nov
22% Nov
Nov
38
17% Nov
NOV
7

42%

41%

42%

42

52%
31%

Sale

40%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
88%
Sale

21%
25%
17%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

41

86%
20%
24%

88

Sale
Sale

32
51
31

29
26
26
27
26
26

21

NOV

6
34% Nov 22

20% Nov 22
Nov 22
22
Nov 26
17
39% Nov 21
86% Nov 22
17% Nov 22
23% NOV 22

44% Aug 19

Nov
15% Jan

16

22 3A Nov

1
2
14
2
2
8
4
21
20
2
2
22
2
4
27
2
3

Nov 14

12% Jan
20 Vb Jan
81% Jan
2y8 Jan
37'% Nov
13 3% Nov
35
Jan
43% Jan
15
Nov
33% Jan
143
Jan
23% Nov
31% Jan
61% Jan
35% Nov 22
2
30 Vb Jan

8
Nov
4
Nov
Nov 26
4
Nov
4
NOV

2
Jan
82
4
38 y8 Jan
2
34
Jan
923% Nov 22
94'A Nov 13

108 Ya Nov 12
8
107
Nov
22 % Nov 12

6
99% Feb
4
105
Sep
106
Feb 20
16% Aug 6

Nov 15

Nov 26

5% Nov 14
1
Nov
1
Nov
4
Nov
Nov 11
6
Nov
52
NOV 12
1
154% Nov
24% Nov 11
483A Nov 21
96
Nov 19

40%
163A
51%
54 Ya
17 3A

42% Nov 29

Nov
34% Nov
Nov
56
32% Nov
25% Nov
Nov
41

1
4

4
7

19%
7%
42
46
22%
27%
19%
45%
87%

Nov
Nov

7
1
1

NOV
Nov

6
1

22

Nov

Nov 13
Nov 11
Nov 11
Nov
4
Nov 14

27% Nov

4
1

Feb
13% Jan
56% Oct
43% Oct
42% Feb
49% Jun
25

21%
21%
33%
16%
26%
86%
6%
49%
19%
52 Vi

18
9
14
25
11
3

Apr 25
Oct
Apr
Aug
May
Jun
Oct
Apr
Aug

8

22
12
9
27
8
4
28
Oct 14
July 2

55
24% Apr 15
54
Oct 25

154% Nov 1
30% Mar 18
48% Nov 21
96
Nov 19

52% May 13
46% Sep 13
94'% Nov
8
50% Sep 11

39%
97%
100 "4
101%
108%
110%
22%

Mar
Jun
Feb
July
Jan
Jun
Nov

28
28
28

23
30
18
12

40% Sep 23

31% Jan 7
126
Jan 22

38% Nov
132

16% July 12

36% Nov 15

6
1

36% Nov

9
15

36

1
28
Nov
1
38% Nov 14

24

Nov
4
Nov 15
Nov 29
Nov
1
Nov
6

17
26

29
48

Jan
I
Apr 29
Oct 30
8% Nov 26
22% Feb
6
4
93
Feb
2
29% Jan
6
21% Feb
3
26% Jan

39%
36%
53%
10%

15

6
15

2
2

31% Mar 1
Nov 26
37% Feb 28

25% Nov 11

96

25

5

11

3
2

34

Nov 11

85

16% Jan

8

36% Apr
37
Sep
40% Aug
41% Apr
30
Mav

15% Nov 26
9% Nov 29
2
42% Jan

19% Nov 4
24% Nov 15
16

1
18
20

9% Jan
36% Jan

1

45

27% May
103% July
107% Nov
38% Apr
104% July
56% Sep
71% Nov
26 V* July

33
Jan
23% Jan

8
39% Nov
28% Nov 12
16% Nov 15
1
42% Nov
1
17% Nov
1
10% Nov
56 % NOV 15
42% Nov 12
8
38 % Nov

_______

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Nov
34% Nov

34

94'A Nov 13

106% Nov 15
106% NOV 12
20
Nov 26

10

7
1

Sale

__

Jan

52

24% Nov

92

102%
106 3/4
105% 107
20'% Sale

3
20% Jan
Apr 16
4
101V* Jan
34
Oct 3
99% Oct 23
43% Mar 6

100

12

12% Nov

42% Nov 22
34% Nov
1
92=4 Nov 22

95
99
106

29% Nov 29
15% Nov 14

17% Jan 10
11% Nov 12
22% Nov 29

Sale
Sale
95%

92%

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

4

Jan

28 % Jun
27% Jan

9% Mar 19

20
107%
15
36%
13
102%
1
54%
6
71 % Nov
25% Nov 27

94

36%

26

25% Nov 13

91%
45 y8

Nov 26

3
5% Jan
4
31% Jan
2
11% Jan
25% Nov 27
121% Mar 1

15% Nov 14

103

3

2
17% Jan
27% Aug 20
35% Nov 20

8
1

Nov

45'%
94%
473%
37%
94'%

33

Sale

Nov 22

Nov

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

36

15

Nov
1
Nov 22

38
6

o

Jan
Jan

114
87

37% Nov 12

44 y8

34%

Sale
99

Nov 22
Nov 26
38'% Nov 22

38
34

77% Mar 4
11
Apr 18
2
31% Jan
113
Apr 16
2
57"% Jan
76% Nov 21

Nov
6
Nov 14

41%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

52% Nov 22

91
23

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

39%

1
Nov 27
Nov 26
Nov 29

Nov

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

27%

7%
42
44%

Nov 26
Nov 22

24

38
131%

Sale

38'%
27 V*
13 Y*
40%
15%
9'/a

16
17

32% Sale
127% 128

8

32'% Nov 29
30 V* Nov 22-

16
Sale

Sale
Sale

"sale

Nov

20% Nov
11'% Nov
22% Nov

15%
18%

48%
10%

40%
19%

67

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

35

Sale
Sale
Sale
99%
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

46% Nov

43%

40%

39%
35%

55%
31%
22%

NOV

101

4
4
4
6
22
26
6
12
29

54'%

Sale
Sale

23%
95%
36%

Nov 22

102'% Nov
106 Y* Nov
35% Nov

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
47 V*
Sale
34%
94'% 95
95% 96
100'% 102
107
107

21

1

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

37

17%

2

6
27 Va Nov
113% Nov 22

Sale

19

22% Jan

Sale

20%

28

29% Nov 29

Sale

14 y2

20%

52%
32%

8

29%

Sale

Sale

Oct

Sale

17 Ye

Sale

26% Jan 22

Sale

10

Sale
Sale

27% Nov 29
26% Nov
1

27%
13 V*

Sale
Sale
Sale

14

8

27
Nov
26 Ya Nov

68

tl8% Oct

34% Nov 20
15% Nov
1
28% Nov 4
24% Nov 29

Sale
Sale

24% Sale
102'% 103'%
106
107 Yx
Sale
36%
101% 102
Sale
52
Sale
69%
Sale
25
12 Ye
Sale
Sale
23'%

Jan
4
May 24
23 %Jun 27
71% Mar 6

20%
87%
16%
39%
115%
87%

Apr 15
Mar 21
Oct 28
Nov
1

9% Jan 24
18% Aug
1
60% Oct 21
103 32 Nov 21
38% Nov 18
5
5% Jun
7
29% Feb
85% Oct 29
9
22 % Sep
90% Sep 13
16% Nov 29
7
42% Oct
1
116 % Feb
91% Oct 29
79
Nov 27
118% Jun
5
95% Mar 1
23 % Aug 23
43% May 31
39% May 1
6
Jun
6
34'% Feb 14
16% Jun 24
34
Jun
6
31% Jun
3

8
Apr
July 19
Jan
2
Jan 15

1
32% Nov
12
Nov 22
25% Nov 27
7
21% Nov

27%
26%

100% 101 y2
54
Sale

8%
13%
36 %
83%
29%
4%

Nov 12
Nov 14
Nov 29
Nov
1
Nov 21
Nov
1
79
Nov 27
115% Nov
1

Sale

Sale
24%
102 y2 103
105 y2 106%
36 Va
Sale

81% Jun
7
10% Aug 23
130
Aug 13

9

Jan

7
83
Nov 22
12 Ya Nov 22
36
Nov 22
113'% Nov 14
74% Nov 22
76% Nov 21
114
Nov 26
87% Nov 2C
4
21% Nov
27% Nov 22
35% Nov 18
7
5% Nov

27%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Nov 22

19'% Nov

27
26 Vb

14%

31%
62

26%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
36'%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

41%

Sale

29%
22%

Sale

Sale

29 Y*

95

Sale

Sale

33%
144% 145%

29%
51%
12%
25%

Sale

13%

14%
35 Va -Sale
Sale
43%

39%

Sale
Sale
Sale

42%
17%
10%
54 %

18

30%
82

Sale
Sale

Nov 26
Nov
1
Nov 29

4% Nov 22
23% Nov 22

22%
30%

Sale

112

67% Jan 28
2
7% Jan
3
91 % Jan

97

Nov 20

Sale
Sale

89

Sale

20
19
8
Nov

30% Nov 22

Oct 28
26% Mar 8

11

37

86%

Sale
Sale
37 %
Sale

22

6%
33 %
22 V*
13%
31 %
100 %
40%

17% Nov 26

6
8
1

Nov
Nov
Nov

58% Nov
1
103
Nov 21
38% Nov 18
5'A Nov 11
26% Nov 29
84 % Nov
1

20

91

18
6

11%
30%
100%
34%
76%
8%

7
Mar 28
Mar 27

58 V* Nov

40% Mar 20
3% Jan
4
2
19
Jan

58% Nov 7
4% Nov 29
28V* Nov 29
18% Nov 1

56
Nov 22
4
94
Nov
1
35 Va NOV

Sale
Sale
103'%

Sale
Sale

17%
15%
27%
12%
20 y8
81%
3y8

44%

Sale

105

22
22
19
26
12

9% Nov 19
16% Nov 4

4%
26%
82 y2

Sale

Sale
Prices

Prices

55% Nov
4
Nov
25% Nov
17% Nov
11 Ya Nov
29'% Nov
9934 NOV
30'% Nov
74% Nov
7% Nov

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
5
Sale
Prices
Prices

Highest

1
8% Nov
15 Y* Nov 22

Sale

Sale

18

8y8
112

9'%
16y2
57 V*

86%
13%
39%
114% 114%
87% Sale
115 y2

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

75 y2

Sale
Sale
Sale

12%
42%
33%
36%
40%

39 Vi

Sale

Sale

16%
58%

22

General Tel Co of Florida—
$1.30 pfd series B
25
General Telephone &
Electronics Corp
3.33Vs
General Time Corp
2.50
General Tire &-Rubber Co—
Common
30c
$5 preference
__100
5% % preference—
.100
Genesco Inc common
__1
$4.50 conv preferred
•

7 6 Va

Sale
Sale

'

Sale
Sale
Sale

*

Sale

ny>

Sale
30%
99% 100 '%
Sale
33 V*

20

77%

18

31

9

9

Sale
Sale
Sale

11%

8%
109%

37%

4%
27%

57

33%

70

Sale
Sale

28%
95

-2

$5 preferred

18%

Ask

Sale
Sale
28
Sale

11%
30%
100

100
1

Dynamics Corp

4'/a
26%

Sale
Sale
97

12%

*
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%
When distributed
1%

Bid

or
Ask

56 y8

Sale
Sale

20%

General Cable Corp com—*
1st preferred
General Cigar Inc_
Gen Contract Fin Corp

Bid

3y8

3
19

$4.50 preferred
,_100
Gen Amer Oil of Texas___5
Gen Amer Transp Corp_1.25
Gen Baking Co com
5
$8 preferred —
*
General Bancshares Corp—2
General Bronze Corp
—5
4%

-PRICES IN NOVEMBERLowest
Nov. 29
Sale
Closing or

Sale

42%

Garrett Corp (The)——_—2
Gar Wood Industries com—1
4'%% conv preferred
50
General Acceptance Corp—1
60c conv preferred
Gen American Investors

Ask

Nov 1
Opening
.

21

STOCKS

—

28

Jan

2

43% May 2
30% July 26
18% May 9
132% Mar 20
17% Jan
2
7

Nov 21

40% Jan 16
2
19% Jan
20%
122
17
39
85%
19%
$24

Nov
Nov
Nov
Apr
Feb
Nov
Nov

22
22
26
2
19

21
20

54% Aug 30
15% May 27
27% Apr 10

108% Aug 23
37

Oct 31

28% Oct 21
38% Oct 24

38% Oct 11
142'% July 15
35
May 10
57%
35%
25 y8
41 V*

Oct 21
6
Jun
7
Nov
Oct 29
23 % May 6
9
Feb 11
3
44 V* Jun

48% Oct 25
25V4 May
32
Sep
25% Feb
50% Sep
89% Jun
30% Jan
29% Oct

3
11
20
12
10
8
21

22

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

Aggregate Sales
November

Since
Jan. 1

New York
Stock Exchange

Shares

Shares

STOCKS

70,800

686,600
48,800
6,910
280,700

in

3,900
250

44,400

Price Jan. 2,
1963

Opening or
Par

Bid

17%
35%
37 V*

(W. E.) & Co
25c
Helme (G W) Co common_10
7% non-cum preferred—25
Helmerich & Payne
10c
Heller

Ask

—PRICES IN NOVEMBER—

Nov. 1

Nov. 29

Opening

36

Sale

13%
38%
39
9%

38

Closing

or
Ask

Bid

Bid

Sale
Sale
39 %
Sale

Lowest
Sale
Prices

or

Ask

12%
39 %
38
10

sale
Sale
39

38

Sale

750
100

4,130
6,850
405,100

20,400

84,900

861,400
714,000
627,300

52,200
30,800

8,200
111,900
75,200 1,025,400
460,700 4,316,100
79,100
741,600
39,500
326.900
76,600
270,200
158,800
30,700
54,300
56,600

Common
5%
preferred
$2 conv class

Hertz Co (The)
Hess Oil & Chemical
Heublein Inc_.
Hewitt-Robins Inc
Hewlett-Packard Co

411,100

908,800

230
60

4,180
3,980

16,200
14,200

{98,900
193,200
10,600
365,100

1,400

34,000
1,400
33,700

19,500
621,800
5,650

430
870
50

2,690
2,370
{563,900
328,400
80.600
599,900

43,100
28;100

3,200
36,600
4,500

preferred
4%
preferred
4.40% preferred
Ltg & Power
Howard Johnson Co—,
Howard Stores Corp

114,400

92,400 1,530,300
200
6,100
12,400
130,700
19,900
39,500

338,200
749,400

53,700
10,600

598,100
374,800

44,700

577,800

290
280

12,010

50
190

4,050
103,600
379,600
218,100

28,100
38,500
19,800

4,600
33,300

60,700
525,600

30

610

100

6,650

12,200
212,900
167,500 2,435,500
56,800 1,072,500

Sale
Sale
Sale

27

101%

Sale
Sale

8%
43%
14%

Sale

Sale
Sale

"

39%

Sale

34
23%
52%
51%

49%
47%

50
48

82%
87%

Sale
98%
Sale
Sale

453/8
83%

Sale

97

42%

89
Sale
Sale
Sale

11%

98% 100
73/4
Sale
423/s 43%

43%
Sale

49%

48

49

Sale
Sale
Sale

46
15

Sale

48%
463/4
153/4
26%

24

Sale

32%

Sale

31%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

53/4

5%

5Va
793/4

78

Sale
157
162%
43% Sale

34% Sale
36% Sale
99% 101
24%
Sale

.

Sale
Sale
155
160 y2
42% Sale
34

23%
388%
49%

Sale
Sale

494%
60%

Sale
Sale

Sale

166%

Sale

161%

Sale

65"%

Sale

63%

Sale

85%

85

87

85

Sale

7%
64%
14%

Sale
Sale
Sale

64
14

6,800
1,190
34,700
40,300
3,200
30,400

17,400

250,000
1,000
241,800 2,014,600
1,740
20,740
1,770
56,770
100

5,260

15,460

12,400

{79,700

1,600
89,800

56,300
943,000

23,800

211.100

8,900
24.700
11,900
6,000
49,800

228,800
{96,100

Sale

Intl Pipe & Ceramics Corp.l
5% conv preferred
100
Internatl Rys of Cent Am—•

28
104%

29
Sale
11%

10%

5%
preferred
International Rectifier

100

Int'l Resistance Co_
international Salt

10c

9%
27%

•
•

71%
25%

.

1

International Shoe Co

International Silver—
Common
1
7% preferred
25
International Tel & Tel
•
4% conv pfd series B
100
4% conv pfd series C
100
A.% conv pfd ser D
100
International Utilities—
Common
2.50
$2 conv preferred—
25
Interstate Dept Stores
I
Interstate Motor Freight

49

50
Sale
Sale
Sale

79
27

Sale

40%

42%

Sale

100%

Sale
_

—

37%
39%
49 %
101%
101%
101%
21%

—

28%

7 Va

23%

34%

44%

28

Sale

39%

—

34%
Sale
99% 100

110
6
51

Sale
Sale

44 %

48%

95

July 18

{42
May 6
39% Jan
2
9% Jan
2
9%. Nov 21

47% Jan

2

26% Nov
98% Jan
98% Feb
6% Aug
40% Jan
14 Va Oct

6

10

20

88
Mar 26
92% Mar 21
100
May 9
48
Sep
5
55% Oct 23
13'/a Aug 22
14
Jun 20

55% May

6.

36% Jun
7
103 V* Aug 21
103
Jun
4

9ya Oct 21

15
8

16
15
31
31
6
20

45
18

Jun

14
5

42
48

47%
523/4

98%

80
87

Nov 26
Jun 21
2
Jan
2
Jan
9
Jan
Aug 13
2
Oct

38
45

50%

46%

•

Nov 26

9
9

52

83

35,300
34,800
32,920
619,500
604.200
79,700
334,900

6
6
101
Nov
1
8% Nov 11
43 % Nov 11
1
14% Nov

2

12

Sale
Sale

41%

130,500

28 % Nov
102
Nov

Jan

101%
{19%
2%
15 %
18%
40%
45 %

39% July
May
106% May
24% Aug
3% Feb
17
May
29% Oct
46
May
61% Aug
99

36% May 23
26% May 24
59% July 10
57% Jun 25

51%

Sale

6

3

32% July 31

Chemical Corp com
5
4%
preferred
100
International Mining
1%

700

54% Nov

Jan

21
Mar 18
45 Va Apr
5
393/8 Jan
2

473/4
52%

26%

%

12 %
103/4

93

Nov
6
53% Nov 11
513/4 Nov
1

5,400

8,800

53

2
6

24

Sale
34%
Sale
100
101
24%
Sale.
485%
Sale
58
Sale

;—

97

43%

32% May

34% Nov 11

813,200

preferred

89%

Nov
1
Nov 14
Nov
7
4
Nov
Nov
1
Nov 15
1
Nov
8
Nov
Nov
1
Nov
6
Nov 11
Nov 29
Nov 15
1
Nov
4
NOV
1
Nov

6% Sep 30
583/4 Oct 25
34% Jun 14
533/4 Aug 8

22 y8 Nov 21
49 Vz Nov 22
49
Nov 22

1,000

$4

60
83

35% Nov 18

2.50

Nov 22

43% Jan

7

2
2

28% Jan 25
4
10% Jan
25
Sep 30

33% Nov 22

65,900

,

25

Nov

Nov 22

33/4 Jan

Sep 25

Sale
Sale
Sale

157%

Common

Jan

8

Oct 16

14

Jan

Sale

7% preferred
100
International Minerals &

223,000 3,116,100
700
10,200

30

Nov

55

23%

169,410

62,900 1,361,900

4
7
May 3
May 16
Feb
1
Apr

Jun

34%

45

Sale
Sale

543,4
17 Vt
22%
24%
27%

Sale
Sale

Sale

62%
17%

37

41% Feb 12
12% Oct 30
16% Jan 2
3
19% Jan
9
18% Apr
25% Apr 17

Aug

141%

453/4

—

30% Oct 28

Nov

213/4
2 3/4
16%
293/a
45%

6
Nov
Nov 13
Nov 27
Nov 22
6
Nov
1
Nov

37

Internatl Nickel of Canada •
International Packers Ltd—1
International Paper—

2

Mar 11
Jan 11

1

15
6
17

1

16

43% Jar
118
69

Mar

143/8

31%
97%
Sale

97%

34 Va July 23
115
59

Nov 11
1
Nov
Nov 29
1
Nov
Nov 13

97
105

27
22
21

44%

_

131/8 Feb 28

27% Nov 14

1

Sale

6
5%
Sale
66y4
153 y2 160
Sale
37%

31%

26%
100 %
99
7%
43%
14%

H8 % Sep 27

48
37

4
29
4
1
29

45%

—.

30 Vi
30

Sale

45
55

2,290

46,700 {96,500
87,700 1,504,500

103

27%
101%
101

42%
53
12

16

5
.•

Business Machines
Inter Harvester common
Int'l

Nov

18% Jan 24
41% May 22
39 ^ Aug 22

57

52% Nov 26

96%

51%

Inspiration Cons Copper 10
Corp com?—5
4%% preferred
100
Interlake Iron Corp
1

95

Sale

98%

47%

Interchemical

21% Nov 11

35
Jan
8
37% Jan 28

12%! NOV 26

453%
16%
6%
20%
5%

7
7
29
26
26
27
22

52%

82%

89

82
87

52 y2

35,500

353/4 Nov

Sale

21%

■

1
Nov 11
Nov 12
8
32% Nov
47
4
Nov
14% Nov 14
20 % Nov 15
1
22% Nov

117
62

44% Nov 29

54%

81%

20%
2%
15%
29%

Sale

48%

—*

;

46%
25

Sale

59%

51%

lOOp

15
6
17
4%

Sale

Sale

373/4
45 y4

Ingersoll-Rand common
•
6% preferred
100

27%

10

33

50

Indianapolis Power & Lt

96%
103

45%

50

Industria Electrica
De Mexico S A

36%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

183/4
21 %
19

Sale

45

Sale

_1
•

45

13

12%

Sale

46%

_1

27

31%
413/4

37% Nov

Nov 26
Nov 12
Nov 26
Nov 22
Nov 22
Nov 26
Nov 26
Nov 26
Nov 22
Nov
8
Nov 12
Nov 22
Nov
1
Nov 22
Nov 22

10%

Sale
Sale

50

Indian Head Mills Inc
Indiana General Corp

4%
523/4

Sale
95
105 %
Sale
Sale
16 %
Sale

2%
16%
29%

38%

Inland Steel Co

{317,600
322,900

105

46
48

98,900 1,400,700

19,200

94%

50

preferred

4.20%

56%

34% Nov 22
115
62

32%
Sale
98% 99
98
99%
7%
Sale
403/4 41%
16%
Sale

_

preferred

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

1
6
39
Nov 15
10% Nov 18

Nov 21
6

Sale
Prices

Sale
Prices

13% Nov
39% Nov

8% Nov

48%
11%

2%

47%

5

4.70% preferred-.
4.42% preferred

19%
42%
15 Ve
6%
18%

Sale
Prices

Nov
19% Nov
2% Nov
15% Nov
27
Nov
45
Nov
54% Nov
82
Nov
87
Nov
97
Nov
42% Nov
48
Nov
11% Nov
9% Nov

12%

Ideal Cement Co
5
Illinois Central Industries-*
Illinois Central RR Co
•
Illinois Power Co—
Common
15
4.08% preferred
50

4.26%

13%
19%
22 %

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

21%

preferred ser A
100
5% preferred ser B—100
Hupp Corp common—
1
5% preferred ser A
50
Hussmann Refrigerator
5

2,500
5,700
1,960

200

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

13%
19%
22%
20%
44%
16%
6%
20%
4%

36%

*

Co,.

Sale

44

Sale
93%
Sale

2%
15 %
18%
40%
47%
80%
87 %
97%

5

Power

31%

35
93

5%

Idaho

Sale
Sale

46

Sale

Hunt Foods <fe Industries—

82,600 1,058,500
440
14,900
590
4,310

31%

47

1

Common

62

26%

Sale
Sale
Sale

&

59%

Sale

39%
9%

Smelting Co Ltd

Sale
116%

62

Sale
Sale
Sale

101%

35%
115

60

Sale
Sale
Sale

1

Howe Sound Co_
Hudson Bay Mining

Sale
Sale

29%

100
100
100
.'_*
1

Houston

37%
116%

43%

•

3%%

Sale
Sale

30

Holt Rinehart & Winston-l
Homestake Mining
12.50
Hooker Chemical Corp com_5
$4.25 preferred-.
*
$5 2nd preferred ser C—•
Hoover Ball & Bearing—2.50
Hotel Corp of America—*—1
5% conv preferred
25
Houdaille Indus Inc com—3
$2.25 conV preferred
50
Household Finance com—_•

486,000

Sale

~3%

10

Sugar Corp

Holly

Sale
Sale

27%
9%

5

Furnace

Sale
Sale
Sale

16%
19%
24%

50c
1
5
1

High Voltage Engineering—1
Hilton Hotels Corp
2.50
Hoffman Electronics Cp_.50c
Holiday Inns of Amer—1.50
Holland

Sale
117
70

32%
44%
13%

•
1

824,000

21,400
54,600

115
67

•

A pfd

Chocolate

Hershey

41%

11/24
100

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest

Highest

12% Nov 26
37% Nov 26

Hercules Powder Co-

131,000 1,605,700

STOCKS

—

28Va
110%
6%
52

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
42

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

8%

Sale

Sale
Sale

34% Mar
45
Nov

46% Nov 21
51 % Nov 13

48% NOV

6
6

46% Nov 21
50% Aug 15

49% Jun 25

48 y2
46
14
23 Va

48 y2 Nov
463/4 Nov

7
1
8
4
1

48 % Nov
7
46
Nov 29
13 Va Oct
8

50 % Mar 20
49% Feb 20

Nov
Nov

Nov

Nov
30 ya Nov

5ys Nov 29
74 y2 Nov
8
158
Nov 18
4iyB NOV 11
33

Nov 22

33% Nov 15
99% Nov 6
24Va Nov 26
461

Nov 22

55% Nov 22

160% Nov 22
58
85

Nov 22
Nov 29
7% Nov
1
61
Nov 21

Sale
99%

26 Va
Sale
103
107
6%
7%
50% 51 „

107
6

Nov 22
Nov 22

25% Nov 18

5% Nov 6
79% Nov 29
158
-

35y2 Nov
37

25ya Nov
495% Nov
61
Nov
167% Nov
65%
86y4
8%
65
14%

101
101

Nov
Nov

7
8

1
6
7
1

1
4

1
Nov
Nov
7
Nov 29
Nov 12
Nov 12

34% Nov 14'
100

Nov

7

28% Nov

6

52

34% Nov 22
39% Nov 29
43 % Nov 22
101 % Nov
1

Nov

100% Nov 13

50% Nov 22

Sale
39%
Sale
50%
Sale
103% 104
103%
Sale
102%
Sale

Nov 18
1

43% Nov

110

6
Nov 22
21
Nov 22
75% Nov 21
26% Nov 18

Nov

16% Nov
28
Nov
32 «/2 Nov

Nov 18
Nov
6

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

38

52

7
29
22
27
26

12% Nov 26

6%
22%
76%
26%

Sep
9
Feb 21

1
8

8

29
99

99

Apr

Nov
Nov

Nov

Sale

32%

31

Nov

4

7% Nov 26
Nov

4
7% Nov 4
24% Nov 11
6
80
Nov
27 Vt Nov
8
38
Nov
39% Nov
50% NOV
103% Nov
103% Nov
103'/2 Nov

27
29
4

27
21
21

Sale
44%
Sale

21%

Sale

20% Nov 22

43 %

49%

Sale
Sale

42 % Nov 22
40 % Nov 22

22
Nov 12
44% Nov
8
50% Nov 14

21%

22% Nov 20

6
8

23% Nov 27
29% Feb 25

53

Jan-30

17% Sep
5
36% Jan 29
33% Sep 18

Jan
2
Jan 28
Mar 1

6% Jan
9
81% Oct 29
159
Aug 20
46% Sep 11

{31
Sep 30
4
30% Feb
96
Mar 5
2
23% Jan
2
384 Vt Jan
2
49% Jan
2
157 Va Jan

38% May 23
40% Aug 28
101
Oct 29
26% Apr 15
501% Oct 28
63 Vi May 20
175
Jan 17

40 y4 Jan
3
83% Jan 15

65% Oct 31
87% Sep 18
11 y4 Jan 30
68% Feb
1
20% Mar 14

5% Nov 29
65
155
36

{7
Oct 29
56% Aug 1
12% Nov 26
26 ya Jan

98

2

Jan 16

25% Nov 18
104

Jan

4

36y4 Sep 20
100
Aug 2

35% Jun 25
114% July 15
29

5y2
48 Va
6
20 Va
71

Nov 22
Mar

4

86

24

Aug

1

28% Apr 23

34

July 24
2
3

41% Jan 25
39% Nov 29
6
53% Sep
109
Aug 30

7

106% Sep

July 19
Oct 10
Apr 22

38% Sep 16
41% Jan
99% Jan
101
Nov

100% Sep 30
{20

Aug 14

42 y2 Nov 22
28 y4 Jan
2

11

Jan

64% Jan 25
10% Jan 28
7
29% Feb

104

Jun

5

Oct 10

25% Jun
52

11

6

Jun

3
50% Oct 28

_

—1

System

260

506,200
3,040

40,300

238,500

Interstate Power Co
3.50
Iowa Elec Lt & Power —2.50
Iowa-Illinois Gas & Elec
1
Iowa Power & Light Co
10
Island Creek Coal com—50c
$6 preferred
1
I-T-E Circuit Breaker Co—5

14,300
25,200

130,700

Jaeger Machine Co

5

■Tanan Fund Inr_

463,000

720

28,100

9,420
234,200

10

350

26%

Sale
Sale

22%
25%

Sale
Sale

—

30

Sale

28%

49%^ Sale

52%

Sale

53

50
Sale
19%
Sale
120
122%
14
Sale

54%
28%

54%

15%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

11%

Sale

1

30,700

22%
Sale

—

147,000
231,300

25.200

70,900 1,048,500
47,600
415,700
64,500 1,157,100
For




Jefferson Lake

Sulphur Co_l
Jersey Central Pwr & Lt—
4% preferred
100

Jewel Tea Inc- common

3%% preferred
Johns-Manville Corp
Johnson & Johnson
Jonathan Logan Inc

footnotes,

see

page

29.

-1

100
5
5

50c

23%

10%

Sale

129%

16

Sale

17

86
50%
86%
43
74
'

Sale

86%

87%

Sale

50

Sale

87%

89
48

90%
Sale
Sale
Sale

15%

Sale

Sale
Sale

%
107%
18 %

Sale

30
128
17

Sale
131

Sale

11
Sale
9 Va
Sale
18 -< Sale

87%
51%
87 Va
47

106%
17%

Nov
Nov

4
19
Nov 29
Nov
1
Nov 13
Nov
1
129
Nov 20
15 y8 Nov
1

25%
28%
52%
52%
28%

10% Nov 27
8'% Nov 22
15
NOV 26

Sale

86

Sale
91
Sale

50
89
46

Sale
Sale

95

Nov 18
Nov
1
Nov
8
Nov 22
Nov 22

14% Nov 22

26%
30%
54%
55%
31%

Nov
1
Nov
6
Nov
8
Nov 27
Nov 13
130
Nov
8
17 Va Nov 29

11% Nov

21% Oct 16
23% Jan
2
{27% July 24
49
Jan
3
3
49% Jan
2
19% Jan
121
Apr 16
13% Jan 2

1
9y4 Nov 29
18
Nov
8

10

87 Va Nov
55 y4 Nov
89
Nov

84% Jan

7

49 % Oct

29
5
2

487/e Nov
114

Nov

18% Nov

Jan
2
8% Nov 22

12

Sep

85 V* Feb
42
Jan

5

2
73% Jan
14 V* Nov 22

27% Jun 24
28 y4 May
2
31% May 28
55% Apr
3
58% May 21
31% Nov 13
131
July 1
17% Apr 23
13% May 6
9y4Nov 29
19% Feb
1

90
6iy4
89%
51%

May 15
Apr 30

Jun 20
6
Jun
124% Oct 16
21% Jun 24

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

December, 1963
Aggregate Sales
in

November
Shares

Since
Jan. 1
Share*

145,000 1,750,490
1,050
3,800
38,400

79,200
2,100
1,400
1,000

16,550
82,800

859,200
952,100
30,200
13,800

200

25,600
6,400

16,300

U71.500

110
100

380

24,500
1,600
16,200
14,400

1,870

3,080
3,340
1,760
5,210
502,400
69,200
226,100

142,000
95,100 1,696,300

25,800

1106,700

25,000
325,000
19,400
258,500
84,900 1,281,800
47,800
368,900

118,200 1,552,100
3,700
43,700

27,500
42,300
5,200
20,400
1,350

69,700

847,600
290,600
90,600
47,600
214,600
12,960

332,400 3,759,800
33,500
535,200
6,000
766,500
14,100
100,200
56,600 1,017,100
17,700
212,000

New York
Stock Exchange

STOCKS

Par

Jones & Laughlin
Steel Corp common
5% preferred ser A

47%

10
100
Jorgensen (Earle M) Co
1
Joy Manufacturing Co
1
Kaiser Alum & Chem_33%c
4Ya% conv preferred—100
4%%
preferred
50
4%% cv pfd (57 ser)—100
4%% cv pfd (59 ser)—100
Kansas City Pow & Lt Co—
Common

101 %

13%
19%

35%

4.20%
4.35%

100

100
100
100

1

Kayscr-Roth Corp
Kellogg Co
Kelsey Hayes Co

82
Sale
100% 102
94% 95
81
95

33%
30

Keystone Steel & Wire
1
Kimberly Clark Corp
5
King-Seeley Thermos Co
1
Kirkeby-Natus Corp
l
KLM Royal Dutch Air_100Q
Hoppers Co Inc common 10
4% preferred
100
Korvette (E j) Inc
—1
Kresge (S S) Co
10
10

5

Company

1
KVP Sutherland Paper Co_5

53%
33
12

39%
85

28%

21%
16%
13%
23%

27%

513,200

Laboratory for Electronlcs_l

13%

37,800

203,000

27%

100

500

Laclede Gas Co
4.32% preferred ser A
Lane Bryant

66,200
66,400
82,000
600

57,500
15,600
7,300

13%
22%

653,000
531,200
14,100
710,000
215,000

Lehigh Portland Cement 15
Lehigh Valley Indus com_50c
$1.50 conv pfd series A
•
Lehman Corp (The)
1

16%
1%

160,700

Leonard

11,360

Lehn

&

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass
Libby McNeil & Libby

5
7
Liggett & Myers Tob com_25
7%

preferred
Lily Tulip Cup Corp

100
5

Ling-Temco-Vought Inc__50c
Belt

Link

Co

_5

Lionel

Corp (The) com-2.50
3%% non-cum conv pfd 20

T.itton

Industries

Inc

1

Lockheed Aircraft Corp
Loew's Theatres Inc
Lone Star Cement

Common
s% series B pfd
4.25% series D pfd__
4.35% series E pfd

34,800
19,400
38,700

7,400

91,800
700

31,600
1,500
39,700
69,700

382,100
383,400
335,000
305,700
461,700
75,600
900,000
23,900
314,400
21,780
570,500

942,100

5,400

54.400
13,600 *135,200
254,900 2,912,900
41,100
301,100
9,800
121,300
6,500
78,500

1,890
230
140
330

20.400
16,500
50,600
5,800
14,400

22
27 %
34

9%
52

12%
66%
150

43%
16%
4714
5%
16%
65

21%
18%

76

Sale
Sale

27%

43
Sale
22%
Sale
14

Sale
Sale
Sale
22 %
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

9%
44

28%
19%
15%
19%
35%
15%
lVa
21%
30 Va
31%
10%
54 Vs

15%

Sale
85
Sale

Sale

95%
99%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

39%
Sale
43%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
46
Sale
19%
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
22
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

134

Sale

Sale
Sale
144

104

105

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

47
153

15%
24%
36 %

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

39%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

36%

81%
12%
44%
20 Vs

26%

Sale
Sale

SIV4

92

Madison Fund Inc

1

22%

1
_•
3%

1%
8%

93%
Sale
Sale
Sale

72%
94%

1

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

28 Vs

22

24 Vs

12%
37%
33%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Martin-Marietta Corp
Masonite Corp

1
•

21%
36%

Sale

Sale

5,190
2,340
2,860
221,100
431,400

5
•
$3.75 preferred 1947
•
$3.40 preferred
•
3%% pfd series 1959—100
Mays (J W) Inc
1
Maytag Co (The)
•

54%
82%
81%
73%

412,400
164,800
109,600

MCA Inc common
$1.50 conv pfd
McCall Corp

McCrory Corp common
3 % % conv preferred
$6

4%%

footnotes,

preferred
pref B
conv pref B

conv

5%%

see

conv

page

29.

5%

Sale

1

41%

14%

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

30%

Sale
106
97

103
93

95
96%
Sale
11
Sale
43 %
153
152
Sale
36%
Sale
82%
12% Sale
Sale
42 Va
Sale
18 Va
Sale
26%
37% Sale
Sale
51%
Sale
74%
Sale
94%
Sale
21
1% Sale

8%
27%
42%
40 Va

Sale

28

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

11%

Sale
Sale
Sale

34 Vs

Sale

32%

36%
19%
40%
50%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

37

17%
38 Vs
63
37 %

32%

22%
16%

Sale
Sale

82

83

22%
11%
75 %

83%

Sale

78 Vs

85%
56%

1%
21%
28%
27 %
10%
52 Va

68
152 %
34
15
52

4%
13%
74%
33%
16%

11

20%
42
46%
68 Vs
843/4

15

42%
90%
39%
26%
24%
18%
29

12
1
8
4
13
29
29
15
11
21

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
85%

94
20

22
22
11
26
26

1

Nov 26

233/4
8%
50%
19%

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

11
26
18

21
Nov 29

31
28 % Nov

22

9% Nov 22
32 Va Nov 27
36
NOV
4
18% Nov 6
40 Va Nov
1
43
Nov 22
65% Nov 21
84% Nov 13
84
Nov 19
75 % Nov 18

85

86%

75%

76 %
88

Sale
Sale
Sale

58%
36 Va
33%
22 Va

Sale
23

Sale

21%
11%

Sale
Sale

10% Nov 26

78

73

75

74

Sale
90
Sale

81%
89%

82%
94 y*
Sale

78% Nov
87
Nov
55% Nov

Va
Va

Sale
Sale
Sale
36%

86
16

Nov
6
Nov 22

36% Nov 27
52 % Nov 22
35% Nov 22
313/4 Nov
6
...y

*

7
Nov
Nov 15
Nov 15

Nov 18

37% Nov 13
85
Nov 15
123/4 Nov 29
1
443/4 Nov
20% Nov 11
26% Nov 12
1
40
Nov
51 % Nov 29
76
Nov 20
95
Nov 26
4
21 % Nov
1
2Va Nov
8% Nov 4
31
Nov 11
44% Nov 15
44% Nov 6
29
Nov 11

24% Nov 19
8% Nov 11
56
Nov 29
6
23 Va Nov
1
3434 Nov
1
32% Nov
1
113/4 Nov
1
34% Nov
37% Nov 13
21% Nov 13
42
Nov 29
51% Nov 12

69% Nov
86
Nov

1
7

1

8
6
4

Nov

77%
87%
17%
38%

Nov
Nov 27
8
Nov
Nov 15

63

Nov

35

1
1

Nov 14
—

Nov 11

1

86

37% Nov

6
5

19
7
22

31

43% Sep
5
86
July 19
96% July 17
102
Mar 7
97 Va Mav 2
100% ADr
48% Jun
21% Mar
35 Va Sep
53% Feb
24% NOV

1

25
25
11
26

13

44% Nov 12
42

Jun 21

5
Sep
May 2
Jan 10
Apr 22
Sep 16
Sep 20
3
50
Sep
24% Nov 20
16% May 31
43% Apr 16

42%
79%
78%
42%
40%
72%

91
Oct 14
40 Va Oct 28
4
29 Va Oct
7
27 Va Oct
18% Nov 14

31% Aug 26

34% Sep 16
15% Jan 15

35% May 7
51 Va Apr 26
29% Oct 15
25% Aug 19
18% Aug 14
24
Nov 11

21

„

203/4 Nov 26

Jan
2
2
Jan
Jan 22
2
Jan
2
Jan

17
24
23

7% Nov 27

Nov

154

Nov 26

Nov
6
Nov 22

21%
16 %
13%
23%
27%

65
Oct
105% Apr
15% Oct
29% Sep
42 Vs Jun
100 Va July
52% Aug
113% Aug
110
Jan

25% Nov 12
44
Nov
8
22% Mar 7

96% Nov 22
1
13 Va Nov
1
47
Nov

Nov 26

40
38
27

Mar 22

18
Nov 26
14% Nov 26
3
13% Jan

31
105
97

Nov 15

1% Nov 26
8 3,a Nov 26
25% Nov 22

25

1

Nov 11
Nov
1
1
15% Nov
1% Nov 18
22
Nov
8
31% Nov 29
1
31% Nov
1
10% Nov
54% Nov 13
15% NOV
73% Nov
153% Nov 29
1
36% Nov
18
Nov 29
55% Nov 29
1
5% Nov
15% Nov 4
82% Nov 11
39% Nov 12
17% Nov 15
21
Nov
1
23% Nov
1

13
22
6
27
29

Nov
1
Nov 22

2

36

22
8

Nov 26
Nov 22
Nov 26
Nov 18
Nov 22
Nov
6
71% Nov
6

Jan

39% Mar 8
84% Jan 10

24

Nov
1
Nov
6
Nov 22
Nov 22
Nov 20

Nov

12

19% Nov
16% Nov

96% Nov 22
10
NOV 26
42% Nov 27
151%
35 %
81 %
11 Va
38
17%
25%
36 %
50

52% Mar 13
32 Ya Jan
2
22% Sep 18

28% Nov

29% Nov 22
104% Nov 19
97

2
2
2
60% Nov 22
2
34% Jan
3
34
Jan
33
30

9% Nov
27% Nov
44

Sep 27

Jan
Jan
66% Jan

4
1

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov 14
1
Nov
Nov
1
Nov 14
Nov 12

31% Nov

21

87

61

Nov

45% Nov
24% Nov

27

Nov
Nov
Nov
NOV
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

NOV
Nov
Nov
Nov

70

8
26
26
26
6

78%
87 %
Sale
Sale

22%

77%
66%
38%
39%

Nov 18
14% NOV 26

19%

34%

Sale

-

22%

Sale

14%
29%

Nov
Nov
Nov
14% Nov
19% Nov
28 Va Nov
14% Nov

Nov

145

130

86
16
37

41

7% Nov 27
44
25
18

*36

44% Nov 12
41% Nov

Jan 24
Feb 12
Nov 21
Jan 10
Sep 26
4
Jan
8
Jan
2
Jan
Nov 29

38%
19%
27%
47%
16% Mar 18

1
52% Nov
24% Nov 13

25% Nov 12

Sale

21%
31
29

87%

81
93
99

97

Sale

Sale

86

Sale

17%
20 %
22%

22 %

83

120

39

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

8%
Sale

82

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

77%

Sale

Sale
Sale

8%
55%

74%

65

Sale
22%

24

83

105

1%
21%
31%
29%
10%
52 Va

Sale
8%
Sale

32%

*37% May 28

Nov 19
Nov 18
Nov
1
NOV
1

44% Nov 13
21 % Nov 21
33% Nov 13

Nov 22
20% Nov 4
6
31 % Nov
47% Nov 29
21% Nov 29
Nov
1
41
38% Nov 26
38% Nov 26
71% Nov 29
60% Nov 22
34% Nov 22
37% Nov 29
Nov 22
66
40% Nov 20
22% Nov 13
1
13 % Nov
Nov 26
40
Nov 11
88
27% Nov 22
24% Nov 26
22% Nov 26
16% Nov 27
28 Va Nov 18
29% Nov 15
41

Sale
Sale

8%
53 %

69 %
86
86

*

100
100
100

2%
8%
30%

Sale
Sale

27%
24%

3
50c
100

21

43

_1
Corp
5
Marlin-Rockwell Corp
1
Marquardt Corp
1
Marquette Cement Mfg Co_4
Marshall Field & Co
•

When issued
McCord Corp

30%
15%

18

15Va

16
Sale
Sale

Sale

•
•

20

41

25%

15

81%
35%
17 Vs
20%
23 Vs

102% Feb 28

95%

Sale
Sale
46
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

8 Va

26%

Sale

99

49%
34 %
22%

Sale

4%
13%
80%

12%

•

Sale

Sale

97

$3.75 preferred 1945

17%
28%
30%

Sale
22
Sale

Sale

97

May Dept Stores common

25%
21%

18
53

96

Mattel Inc

37

Sale
Sale

95

.

37%
66%
45%
24%
14%
40%
88%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
14%
Sale
Sale
Sale

35%

95%

Maremont Corp
Marine Midland

37 Va

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

94

Manning Maxwell 6c Moore

71%
64%

Sale
Sale

36%
15%
53%
5 Va

50

Magma Copper Co
Magnavox Co (The)

22 Vs

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

preferred

48

Sale

17
Sale

41%
85%
94%
101%

NOV
1
84% Nov 15,
93% Nov 15
99
Nov 21

41

Mar 25
4
104% Jan

50

99 Va

68 Va
153

46%

Square Garden

21
Sale

32%

39

46%

conv

20%

39%

56%

60c

Sale

Sale
Sale

514% preferred (x w)
50
Macy (R H) Co Inc com
1
414% pfd series A
100
Madison

42

1
50 Ya Nov 14
Nov
4
112
Nov
7
107

91% Nov

Sale
Prices

47% Jan 2
8
100% Jan
4
13% Jan
2
19% Jan
31% Nov 14
90
Jan
2

63% Nov 11
105 % Nov
6
Nov
1
15
1
26% Nov
1
34% Nov
95% Nov 29
50% Nov 12
Nov
4
112
Nov
7
107

55% Nov 22
104% Nov 15
Nov 26
14
24% Nov 26
31 % Nov 14

95%

Sale

100
100
25c

common_5

92%
97%

43%

107
97

10

92%
101
99

Sale

30%

32%
59%
9%
39%

86
94 Va

Sale
Sale

103

42%

Sale

83

73%
153 Va

Sale
22%
Sale
132
140

143

41%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale




40%

17%
28%
30%

31

For

41
40 Va

Sale
Sale

21%
5%
44%

35,250
1,310
30,220

83%

14

Tnc
12.50
Maracaibo Oil Exploration_l
Marathon Oil Co
•

790,300
3,630

110

24%

5

83~,000

105

Sale

Sale
Sale

Manhattan Shirt Co

481,200
652,800
6,360

107

Sale
Sale
85%
Sale
Sale

34

36%
42%
22%

278,100

104

66%

5

Forbes

Trucks Inc

111

100

Lykes Bros Steamship Co_10
Mack

108

37%
39 Va
69
43 Vs
22%
13 Va
41%
89 %
38%
26 Va

1

484,300 4,117,600
12,100
377,800
61,700
43,600

100

Lorillard (P) common
5
7% preferred
100
Louisville Gas 6c Elec (Ky)_»
Louisville & Nashville
50
Lowenstein (M) As Sons
1
Lukens Steel Co
3.33%
MacAndrews 6c

112

51
112 Va

Sale

Mallory (P R) & Co

4,400
144,700
65,700 1,024,000
42,800
585,100
29,300
534,500
26,100
542,000
36,100
600,700
13,000
239,300
29,800

Loral Electronics Corp

50%

Sale

1
1
4
10

Lone Star Gas common

t684,300
1,240
520

1
3

Fink Products
Refineries Inc

4.84% preferred
Long Island Lighting—

93,300 1,653,400
980
9,570

13,900

22
16

1
—5
5

3,020
102,100 1,489,300
17,100

24%

1

Lanvin-Barfums Inc.
Lear Siegler Inc
Lee Rubber & Tire

970

40
100
10

38

•

Leesona Corp

70,300
751,300
233,200 1,512,400
24,800
260,600
75,500 1,921,600
3,600
32,700
301,800 4,202,400
272,200 11,145,600
57,500
821,200
78,100 1,189,000
103,900 1,658,800
110,500

25

985,200

72,600 1,166,200
30,400 1,383,100
61,500
778,200
560

4

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
50%

95%
50 Va

92

22%

56,900

7,300
164,600
9,500
262,600
86,700 1,447,100
39,800
374,800

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

33%

Sale

34%
33%

Mfg Co

Sale

16%

Kerr-McGee Oil Industrles-l

Kroger

34%

48

•
2.50

Co

Sale
Sale

Sale

32 Vs
52 Va

66%
73%

&

25%

Sale

Sale
Prices

Prices

Ask

62%
104%
14%
24%

63%

Sale
Sale

8

H)

Bid

98%
Sale
19%

97%
38%
19%
27%

1

Kennecott Copper Corp
Kern County Land Co

Bid

Highest

Lowest
Sale
Prices

Highest

Sale

Closing or

or
Ask

94%
101%
94 Va
98%
43%
20%

50c

Kendall Co

Opening

105
15

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN NOYEMBERNov. 29
Lowest

Nov. I

41%

100

Kansas City South Ind
•
Noncumulative pfd
25
Kansas Gas & Elec Co
•
Kansas Power & Lt Co_8.75

Kress (S
Kroehler

Sale
Sale

*

.

preferred

4%%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

90
50% 52
104% 105 %
106
106 %

preferred
preferred
preferred
preferred

3.80%
4%

Price Jan. 2,
1963
Opening or
Bid
Ask

23

STOCKS

—

Apr 17
14% Nov 21
1
l % Aug
21% Sep 23
2
26% Jan

27% -Nov 22
2
9% Jan

50% July 24

12% Mar 26
66% Jan

2

Jan
2
33% Oct 29

150

'

13% July. 10
46% Jan
2
4% Aug 13
13 % Aug 14
57% Mar 1
*33% Nov 22
15% Aug 13
17% Jan
2
22
Feb 28
132% Jan
7
*29% Nov 22
Jan
7
94% Mar 8
96
Jan 16

104

1110

Sep 17
56% Aug 15
16% May 2
83 Va May 6

159%
47 Va
18 ya
57 Va

Apr
3
Mar 29

Feb 27

Sep 25

7% Mar 14
22
Mar-14
86% Oct 24
44

Jun 25

23% Jan
4
23 Vs May 24
24% Feb 15
143% Feb 14

34% Jun 12
107
97

July

2

Nov 15
99% Oct 10

18% July 12

24
Jan
35 Va Oct

46% Jan

3

Jan

2

91% Sep
19% Mar
1% July

4

1
9

8% July 18
Jun 26

32

Jan 22

54% Apr 17

38
Nov
15% Jan

21%
5%
43%
19%
26%
24%
9%
32 Va

4

2
3
7
2
2
22
2
2
15

59% Jan
9% Jan

*25
35%
36%
22%

Sep

Jun 19
Feb 12
Jan 31
9
Oct

NOV 26

42 Va Jan
142% Jan
32
Jan

56

44 Va
20 Va
1%
23
31%
39 Va
12%

Jan

2

July 30

154
39

Nov 18
4
Jun

85% Oct 17
5
13 Va Sep
49 Va Apr 15
23
Oct 10
30
Jan 17
46% Apr 15

52
May 27
76
Nov 20
2
96% Apr
24

Jan

2%
9%
32%
45%
48%

Jan
Jan

Sep

8
16

16
6

Jun 24
7
Feb

Jan

2

33% May 24

Aug

9

Jan

7

25% May 14
9 Va Oct
9
59% Aug 15
35
Jan 23
35% Sep
6
33% July 22
15% Feb 26
40% May 23
38 ya Feb
5
22% Jan 30
46% Jun 13
61
Sep 13
9
70% Oct
4
87% Jun
86% Jun 10
80
Sep 20

Feb 27
Nov 21
Jan
2
2
Jan

Sep 19
Nov 27
3
Apr

18
July 26
36% Jan 10
43
53

Nov 22

75

July 29

82

Jan

May 27
82% Jan 2
83
Feb 26
3

14% Jan
29% Jan
48
Jan
34% Jan
19% Mar

87% Nov 27
19% Jun 21
39% Oct 16
6
68% Sep
6
39% Sep
35
Nov 14

—

22% Nov 14
4
11% Nov

20% Apr 5
9% Sep 26

23% Jan 28
17% Mar 4

Nov 11

71% Sep 30
7
77% Oct

89
94

80
Sep 26
52% Sep 26

108

74

82% Nov 13
90
63

Nov

8

NOV 12

Feb
Mar

7
4

Apr 19
73% Mar 13

24

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

Aggregate Sales
In

New York

Price Jan. 2,

November

Sinoe
Jan, I

Stock Exchange

Shares

Shares

STOCKS

127,000 2,108,900

67,000
45,500

Sale

23%

Sale

23%

52%
38%
29%

Sale
Sale

58

37%

1

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

29%

1
Mclntyre Porcupine Mines_*

16%

42%
16%

Sale
Sale

41%

40%

16 %
Sale
Sale
Sale

18

40%

10

Sale

3,800
10,000

52,000
168,200

7,800
64,500
21,700
64,000
16,200
8,300

McKee (A G) & Co
McKesson & Robbins
McLean Trucking Co
McLouth Steel Corp
McNeil Mach & Eng

560

107,000
608,200
363,400
157,700
194,300
76,400
362,900
3,630
118,300
511,200
11,090

7,000

101,000

Mercantile Stores

9,400

78,500

59,760

McGraw-Hill
Publishing
McGr-egor-Donlger Inc—
Class A

18

1
2.50
•

McQuay-Norris Mfg Co
Mead Corp common
4¥4% pfd 1st series

10
5
100

Medusa Portland Cement
•
Melville Shoe Corp com___-l

4%

preferred ser B

100
1.83y3

B£erck & Co Inc com 16%c
$3.50 preferred——
•
Merritt Chpmn & Scott_12.50

868,300
5,700
109,300 1,025,600
98,300 1,088,500
15,700
159,400

Mesabl Trust units bene int_
Mesta Machine Co
5

65,500 1,325,700

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc_*

200

117,500 1,736,900

Bid

or
Ask

57%
37%
23%

35,900

490

Bid

Ask

23 Vz

McDermott (J Ray) & Co
1
McDonnell Alrcraft___
2.50
McGraw-Edison Co_
1

946,300
749,600
720,800

20,200

Opening

Opening or
Bid

11

Sale

Sale
22

87%
26%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
98
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
90
Sale
Sale
Sale

11%
11 y4
29%

20%
19%

Sale
Sale

88

96%

20%
Sale

77%

47

95

39
93
20
26%
86 y2
22%

20%

Sale

24%

21%

106%
89%

Sale
90%

48%
10%
51%
22%

12

13%

27%

17

15%
47%
10%
49%
22%

20%
45%
96%
19%

17%
86 %
26 %
102%
89%

Ask

Sale
Sals

Prices

17%
Sale

40% Nov 19

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
98
Sale
Sale
88

Sale
Sale
92 ¥2

27%

Sale
Sale
Sale

30
33%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

30
37

100

87

88

85%

87

86

100
_100

97

Sale
Sale

97%
86%

99

96
86

861%

85

86

52

15

211 ¥a Nov 22
47
Sep 23
34% Feb 12
2
23% Jan

1
24% Nov
58
Nov 29
39% Nov 7
1
30 ¥2 Nov

21 Ye Nov 22

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

12%
13 ¥4

Sale

Prices

17

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices

Highest

Nov 22
36 ¥2 Nov 26
27% Nov 22

32
15%

_1

Metromedia Inc

STOCKS

-PRICES IN NOVEMBERNov. 29
Lowest
Closing or
Sale

Nov. 1

1963
Par

—

18 ¥4 NOV
42 ¥4 Nov

Nov 22

17% Nov
Nov
10% Nov

1
4
4
1

52
Nov
23 ¥2 Nov

Nov 26

46% Nov 22

1
8

49

10
Nov 18
46 ¥4 Nov 22
20% Nov 26
19% Nov 26
45
Nov 26
96 V2 Nov
4
19% Nov
7
17
Nov 22
86 % Nov 21
24% Nov
8
100% Nov 27
89 y4 Nov 14
11% Nov 19
11 ¥2 Nov 22
27
Nov 22
27 ¥2 Nov 26

20% Nov 29
47% Nov 4
97

20%
19 ¥3
88

26%

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

14
1
1
1
15
1

Nov

12

107
89 ¥4
14
1
12 Va
8
14%
12
29 ¥a
1
30 ¥4 Nov
4
37% Nov

30% Nov 21

16
40

7

■

Jan
Jan
10¥s Jan
39 ¥4 Jan
9% Jan
46 ¥4 Nov
20% Nov
19 ¥2 Nov
37 ¥s Aug
93% Jan
19% Oct
17

22
3
2
3
2
22
26
26

8
7
23
Nov 22

86% Jan 2
20 y4 Mar 11
2
77% Jan
3
88 % Jan
11% July 16
2
11V* Jan
27
Nov 22
27% Nov 26
2
15
Jan

31%
60 V*
40%
32 y4

5,330

3.90% preferred

170
190
20
30
72,200

1,710
1,670

4.35% preferred
3.85% preferred.

11,700
480

9,600
37,700
60,400

900
670

888,100
236,700
7,940

129,700
503,400
860,800

129,800
995,400
4,400
53,700
2,200
42,100
172,400 2,156,100
47,300
427,600
10,300
201,400
31,800
307,700
59,900
319,700
53,900
759,500
23,600
257,400
18,000
227,000
21,200
123,300
9,400
113,300
181,000 1,329,600
100
100

1,420
2,840

18,600
1,100
19,200

348,900
17,600
197,100
270,900 2,430,800
20,500
246,500
24,200
284,600

2,700
60,600
293,600 2,968,900
15,200
36,700
50,200

75,700
13,100

29,100
42,000
11,700
40,300
111.500
16,600

100
1100
Middle South Utilities
10
Midland-Ross Corp com
5

5%% 1st preferred
Midwest Oil Corp
Miles Laboratories Inc
Minerals & Chemicals

100

10
2

Philip Corp
1
Minn-Honeywell Reg __1.50
3% convertible pref
100
Minnesota Enterprises Inc.*
Minn Mining & Mfg
•
Minn & Ontario Paper 2.50
Minnesota Pwr & Lfc Co
*
Mission Corp__
1
Mission Development Co
5

Mississippi River Fuel
Mo-Kansas-Texas

RR

_10
•

Missouri Pac RR Class A—*
Missouri Portl'l Cement_6.25

870

8.240

106,900 1,517,600
9,800
221,300
67,500
3,800

998,500
72,700

19,400

414,600
161,500
65,800
351,900
1170,900

Montgomery Ward & Co

*

5
1

1
10

Nfttco Corp

National Can Corp

1
5
.5

10

National Cash Register
National Castings Co

5
*

National City Lines
1
National Dairy Products—5
National Distillers & Chem_5
4V*% pfd ser of 1951-100
4%% preferred (conv)_50
National Fuel Gas Co
10
National General Corp
1
National Gypsum Co com 1
$4.50 preferred
•
National Lead Co com
5
National Linen Serv Corp__l
National Propane Corp
1
National-Standard Co
10
Nat Starch & Chem Cp__50c
National Steel Corp
National Sugar Refining
National Tea Co_
Natl Vulcanized Fibre Co

5
•
*

334,500
109,200




For

4%

conv

pfd—

100

Newport News Shipbuilding
& Dry Dock Co
1
New York Air Brake
5
New York Central RR
1
N Y Chicago & St. Louis—15
N Y Shipbuilding Corp
1
N Y State Elec & Gas Corp
Common
•
$3.75 preferred
100

footnotes,

—

see

page 29.

18

25%
54%
35%
37 y8

16

36%
11
26 ¥4
26 ¥4
78 y„
41 ¥4

35%

21%
22%
28%

Sale

26%
41 ¥4
27 ¥B
21 ¥4
18 Va

22%

24 y8
'

29
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

.

37¥4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

18%
34 ¥B
ny8
24%
26

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

82%
40 Va
25 ¥2

Sale

19%
18%
38 %

Sale
Sale

8%

8%

58 V4
36
27 y4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

40%
27 ¥4

8
60
37 %
28%

57%
14'%
79 ¥2
29 ¥2

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

34y8
11
47%

Sale
Sale
Sale

103%
72

Sale
Sale
Sale

36 ¥4
18
15

42%

Sale
Sale

31%
40

Sale
Sale
Sale

50%
24 ¥b
14 %

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
10
Sale
Sale
Sale
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Sale

50
20%

7

30 ¥4
78

243/4
43%
86

17%
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

"Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
88 >/3

17%

73/4
93/4
6%
27%
41 ¥4
19 ¥4
70 ¥4
28%
51%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

63%
95%

Sale

88
89 ¥4

Sale

108%

Sale

48%

42%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

I2y«

12%

40%
82V*

28 V*
15

44%

Sale

29

Sale

20%
39%
11%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

42

82%

82

Sale
Sale

133/4
173/g
73/4
11 ¥1
6%
25

39%
17%
69
28 ¥4

52%
85
83
107

57%
42

37%
3%
70%
30%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
30%
Sale
Sale
40y4
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
86 ¥2
Sale

Sale

10%
72
83

28%
19%
34

56%
38'%
37%

;

19 ¥4 Nov 29
1
36% Nov
12

Nov

11

1
.'26% Nov
27 V8 Nov 11
82% Nov 29
42 ¥t Nov 14

98% Apr 24
3
34% Jan
2
49% Jan
Mar 22
101
601/4 Jan 22
2
24% Jan

18% Jan
84% Jan
79% Jan
14

2
2
2

Apr 17

52% Jan
18 y4 Jan

2
2
8
6
6

40% Feb
44y8 Mar
29% Mar
35% Nov 22
2
2% Jan
2
48% Jan
28
Nov 14
2
22% Jan
8% July 5
66
Aug 5

76% July 12
18
Jan
2
11% Apr 16
9% Jan 16
49
35
36

Jan 17
Nov 13
Nov 20

14
Oct
32 ¥4 Jan
8% Jan

18% Sep 18
Apr 22
18% May 1
51% May 14
Feb
Oct
Mar
Feb
47% Nov
97
Jun
25% May
27"% Jan
12
54%
29%
23%

90

23

93

13%
15%
37%
37 y4
38%

7
1
22% Nov 11
6
39
Nov

25%
19 ¥4
173/4

7% Nov 21

6
22
22
22

26
21

8
33% Nov
9
Nov 22
46 y8 Nov 29
99
Nov 15

69

Nov 21

6
19
1
31% Nov
39% Nov 22

28% Nov
14

47 ¥4
20
13 ¥2
17 ¥a

Nov

Nov 15
Nov 22

Nov 20
NOV 15

7% Nov 20
9% Nov 14
6¥» Nov 18
24 ¥4 Nov 22
39
Nov 22
17 ¥2 Nov 26
67% Nov 20
273/4 Nov 26
51
85
82 ¥2
107

8% Nov 4
Nov 29
60
38% Nov 12
28% Nov 29
1
59% Nov
15 y4 NOV 12
1
82% Nov
33% Nov 13
26
Nov 13
65% Nov 13
1
25 y4 Nov
1
94% Nov
4
50% Nov
35 y2 Nov 15
7
11% Nov
1
48 y8 Nov
1
103% Nov
72% Nov 14
31 y4 Nov 19
15 % Nov 15
Nov
7
32
1
41 y4 Nov
513/4 Nov
Nov

24 ¥4
14 ¥2
18
8 ¥4

Nov
Nov

Nov
11% Nov
6% Nov
28% Nov
413/4 Nov

1'9% Nov
70 ¥2 Nov
29 ¥a Nov

52% Nov
Nov

Nov 20
Nov 18

88

Nov 21
Nov 18

110

12

Sale

43% Nov 21
27% Nov 26
19% Nov 22
38% Nov 22
11% Nov
4

41V4

Sale
Sale

80% Nov

40% Nov 22
7

89% Nov
Nov

1
6
1
1
12
19
1
12
12
4
1
4
14
1
1
1

30%

July 18

Jan
2
Jan
2
2
Jan
98
Feb 13
2
68 Va Jan

25% May 27
Nov 19

28% Feb 25
38% Oct
9
34% Mar

6
Jan
2
13% Nov 20
15 y4 Mar 19
18

6% Feb
6
8% Sep 30
6y4 Aug 8
2

Apr 24
17 y2 Nov 26
67 y2 Nov 20
2
24% Jan

t32

2
43% Jan
Nov 18
2
61% Jan

85

16% Sep
73 y4 Oct
24% Sep

'49

58% Aug
Nov
Feb
4% Feb
73 y4 May
37% Mar
27
Apr
11% Jan
42
44

72
83
30 %
21
34
60 Ya
42%

10

Jun

2
1
1

3
2

3
2

Nov 1
Nov 1

May 2
Oct 2!
Nov

Sep 2
Apr
39% Sep

48%
31%
27 y4
22%

Oct 18

May 16
Nov 11

Nov 29

Sep 19
Jun

6

Sep 13
Jan 15
Feb
1
Nov 11

40% Sep

6

10% Mar 7
70% May 16
41% Sep
3
31

Jan

15

59% Nov
1
18
Sep 6
85% Oct 24
34
Aug 12

May 24
67% Jan 10
6
27% Sep
96% Feb 12

28

8
Feb
36% Sep 17
12% Feb 25
50
May 2
103% Nov 1
78% Aug 27
31 % Nov 19
15% Nov 15
33 % May 29
47
Apr
5

54

53
28

Sep 11
May 21
18% May 31
19% Jan 29
9Vs Apr 15
13% Jan
7
7% Feb
1
30
Aug 22
42% Oct 30
33
85
29%
54%

Jan

14

Apr

8

Oct

3

July 31
89% Apr 29
89% Oct 30
Nov

53

15

Jan

38

Mar 11

43% Nov 18
Nov 20

24% Sep

43% Sep 23

41

84

3

142 Ya Oct
93
Sep

110

Jan

27% Nov 20

12

Oct

1
80% Oct
33% Apr 15

2

94

47% Nov
6
29% Nov 11
22 % Nov 12
Nov 11
Nov 18

Oct 10
Aug 20
Sep 16

12%
31%
27 y8
82%
44
30

Nov 22

18% Jan

2

2

22% Jan
3
59 V8 Mar 19
23% Mar 4

14

July

May 22

2

21% Jan 16
25% Mar 5
7
43 Ya Jan
11% Jan 2
65
July 19
20% Jan
2

48%
29 y4
7%
40 y2

1

11

7% July 29
54% Jan
2

92

Feb

May 17

41% Jun

Jan 11
2
3
Jan
Nov 26
Nov 22
Feb 12
2
Jan

28
Nov
21 ¥4 Nov

Nov 26
Nov 22
Nov
1
Nov
1

89
87%
103%
39%
67y2
106

Aug
May
May 31
Oct 28

23% Jan

July 30

25%
19 ¥4
i8 y8
37%

23

SO

101

Jun
Apr

4
20
20
3
14
11
28
14
29
19
8

2

16% Jan 17
5
Apr

58
35

Jan

27% Oct
109% Oct

13
11
29
1

7

21% Jan

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

24

85% Sep 23
Apr 10

84

1
263/4 Nov
43% Nov 21

43%
28 y2
22%
39%

83 y2

23 y8
44

Nov 12
Nov
6
Nov 26
Nov
1
Nov 12
Nov
1
Nov 29
Nov 26
Nov 13
Nov
1
Nov 12
Nov
1
Nov
4
Nov 15
Nov 18
Nov 18
Nov 11
Nov 13
Nov
8
Nov
1
Nov
1
Nov
8

84% Sep 27
7
96% Jan

24
37 % Nov 22

23% Nov 22
92
Nov 22
48% Nov 21

Sale

Sale
50%

31%
41 V*

91%
16 VB
67%

Nov 22
Nov 13
Nov 20

22
21
6
29
22

Nov 12
Nov
4
Nov
1
Nov
1

22% Nov 13
138

3
64
28

55% Nov
13y8Nov
75'% Nov
28% Nov
24% Nov
63 y8 Nov

24Vj>

28%

31

26

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

92¥2

28y4
42

35i/4

Sale
Sale

Sale

14%

51
31 Ya

57
Nov 15
28% Nov 22
26% Nov
4

Sale
50¥2

28%

69%

22
27
27
26
1

Nov 26

94'%
49'%

69%
30y2

20%
41%

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

25Va

99

59

10

Sale

10

64

104

20% Nov 27
114% Nov 22
90% Nov 21
1
15% Nov

23%
25 ¥4
72%
40¥a

24%

46V4

1
22
6
12
20
22

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

93
Sale
48'% 49>/2
29% Sale
7% Sale
40V2 Sale
98% 100
68 Va
Sale
26"% Sale

49
33%

86i% Nov 20
I
103i% Nov
1
38% Nov

20

16
Nov
1
32 ¥4 Nov 20

31%
24%
65%

25%
64%

22

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

98% NOV 13
4
861% Nov

54
35
36

20%
22%
63%

Sale

Nov

87

13

Sale
Sale
Sale

81

82%

59

102% Nov
65 % Nov
28% Nov

29

Sale
18%
Sale

59%
14%

11%

85i/4 Nov
98% Nov
86% Nov
86i% Nov
103i% Nov
37 % Nov

Nov 31
Nov
1
Nov 14
22% Nov 26
1
9% Nov
Nov
4
71
Nov
82
8
25% Nov 22
17% Nov 21
Nov 21
24

Sale
Sale
Sale

1

Power

27%

Sale

Co

Nevada

3%

Sale

5

1

57%
39%
36 %

Sale

17

Neptune Meter Co

16,400
4,600

6,290

82

72
84

61%
34 ¥4

11%
6%
18 ¥4

770

308,500

70%

42

Sale

5

Co

100

810

Sale

65%
21%

Sale

Nautec Corp
Neisner Bros Inc

Natomas

New England Elec System
1
New England Tel & Tel
20
N J Pwr & Lt Co 4% pfd-100
Newmont Mining com
10

21,900

231/4

8%

17%

593,500
453,300

81,400

22%
io y4

23%

1
1

Newberry Co (J J) com_ •
3%% preferred
100

14,000

69 %
30

15%

Sale
Sale

8y4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
16
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

23%
32%

54%
24%
29%
43%

Sale
Sale
Sale

77%
Sale
12%
Sale
Sale
Sale

66%
75%

__1

Sale

68

33

5

National Acme Co
National Airlines Inc
National Aviation Corp
National Biscuit Co

69
31

20%
130%
90%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

45%
31%
38 Ye
2%
48%

18%
30%

Sale

Sale

18%
42%

49%
38 y4
37 V*

Montecatinl Mia & Chemical
Am shs (5 shs or 5,000 lire)

30%

103"%
38%
61 y4
102%

Sale

99%

Sale
33%
Sale
Sale

80%
14%
53 ya

2
5
•

560,800
19,910

311,900
18,200
231,500
183,100 2,630,300'
48,300 1,423,500

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

85 V*

25
*

31.700
1,850
34,500
51,400

23.000

18%

87%

87
85 %
103 %
Sale
Sale
38%
Sale
60%
104
105
69% Sale

Sale

18%
11%
9%

*

Munslngwear Inc
Murphy Co (G C)
Murphy Corp
Murray Corp of America

127,800 1,629,200
18,900
83,400
12,600
12,600
7,200
68,400
7,100
87.000

66%
25 V*

Monarch Machine Tool
Monon RR class A---.
Class B
Monsanto Chemical Co
Montana-Dakota Util Co
Montana Power Co

178,100
425,700
417,700
219,100

53,200 1,279,500
77,400 1,348,300
35,800
392,000
20,200
235,100
46,100
577,900
112,600 1,400,900
1,700
44,510
900
22,500
37.800
319,200
108,600 2,149,100
58,500
584,600

84 V* 86
100
101
Sale
36 Ye
Sale
49%
101
101%

22%
9%

352;000
761,400

89,800
119,100
247,400 3,186,100
20,000
241,500
/ 42,000
753,100

86%

Missouri Public Service Co_l
Mohasco Industries com _5
3%% preferred
100
4.20% preferred
100

Moore-McCormack Lines
5
Morrell (John) & Co
10
Motor Wheel Corp_
5
Motorola Inc
;
3
Mountain Fuel Supply Co.lo
MSL Industries Inc
•
Mueller Brass Co
1

306,800
545,400
878.400
762,100
109,900

4,100
8,100

19.600
6,700
19,700
18,100

3.80% preferred
4.45% preferred

%

Feb
6
May 16
Sep 23

51

Metropolitan Edison—
320

Apr 26

2

10% Sep 13
40

Jan

80% Nov

3
7

1

Apr
8
33% Feb 13
24% Sep 25
45% July 2
13% Apr 26
3
46% Sep
85% Feb 25

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

December, 1963

New York
Stock Exchange

Aggregate Sales
in

November

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

42,900

797,300

STOCKS

Opening or
Bid
Ask

Par

Niagara Mohawk Pwr Corp
■

540

preferred

7,690
26,190

3.60%

13,310

3.90%

3,500

1,350

10,520
9,270
116,993
175,900
991,366

4.10%
5.25%

940

7,300
21,300
44,400
200

14,500
21,300

2,800
28,400
197,100
179,000 1,831,400
67,300
349,900
20,400
210,600
9,900
326,500
600

34,100
36,200

5,280
456,400
375,200

210
440

4,100
14,940

1,480
38,700

16,980
817,500

30,200

420,900

2,000
1,040

15,140
7,820
1,490

40
400

7,660
1,080
2,500
137,300 1,187,400
79,400 1,594,200
14,600
171,300
4,800

25,000
62,500
12,000
52,300
1,700
850
180

290
24,400

2,000

53,200
309,700

470,900
28,400
404,100
18,420
11,240
10,970
6,010
+356,400
27,000

150

2,090
223,700
172,700 2,312,900
16,200

6,500

79,300

28,000
143,700

$136,000

984,900

preferred
preferred-

3,750
12,200
62,800
41,900
15,200
16,000

44,960
94,400
600,900
577,300
87,500

171,700

2,500
38,200
17,600
191,400
121,700 1,298,700

62,300

638,500

38,700
630.100
114,800 1,6.77,600

43,700
1,160
18,400
26,300

414,200
12,960

185,800
325,100

93.900
687,800
102,000
724,200
460,700 5,712,000

25,300

514,800

100

100

preferred
preferred

4.85%
100
Niagara Share Corp
5
Nopco Chemical Co
1
Norfolk & Western com—25
Adjustment preferred—25
6%
preferred
10
Norris-Thermador Corp—50c
North American Aviation—1
North American Car Corp—7
North American Coal
1
North Amer Sugar Ind
10
Northern Central Ry
50
Northern Indiana P S Co—*
Northern Natu'l Gas com_10
5%% preferred
100

72%
44%

Sale
Sale

43

Sale

24%
112%
23 y4
13%

53%
23

Sale

9%
22%
78

55%
52 y8

109%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
108 %
110
Sale
Sale

100
1

92%

93%

23 %

Sale

92%
19%

37%

64
53%
20Vs

43%
35%

9%
21
78
50
108

Northwest
Northwestern Steel & Wire_5
Norton Co
10

44%
20%

66%c

43%

Sale

47 %

98%

Sale
Sale

86

Sale

10
3%

Airlines
Bancorp'n

Norwich Pharmacal

4.44%

preferred

102% 104
100
101

100

Oklahoma Gas & Elec—
Common ■. X
-2.50
4%

36%
31%
15%

17%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

55%

Sale

30c

13%

*

22 %

Sale
22%

17%
95%

^—-20
100

preferred

4.24% preferred
Oklahoma Natural Gas
7.50
Olin-Mathieson Chemical—5

Opelika

Mfg

_£

Corp

5

Orange & Rockland Util
Otis Elevator Co

Manufacturing

•

1
1

Owens-Corning Fiberglas

57
73 %
101

Sale
Sale

31%

19% Nov

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

6
62yz Nov
49% Nov 22

22 3%
69%
53i%
20%
43%

51%
19%
40%

34%
21%
47%
96%

Sale
105

100% 101%

Nov

91

Nov 22

1

1

Nov 13
39% Nov 22
32% NOV 26

19

21V* Nov 29
47 % Nov 19

95

85'1/4
103
100

Nov 27
Nov
8
Nov
7
Nov 15

58%
10%

Sale
Sale

58% Nov 29
10'/4 Nov 26

31%
Sale
143
144
144%
6%
6% Sale *
18
17% Sale
16%
16% Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

31
Nov 26
140% Nov 27

Sale
98

Sale

Sale

•

60%

"Sale

Ltd

1

Teleph

Teleg—

Packard-Bell Electronics_50c
Pan American Sulphur
70c
Pan Amer World Airways
1

31%
145%
5%
16%
9%
11 %
21%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Panhandle E'astern Pipe
Line Co common
■—•

67%

Sale

preferred

100

95%

97%

.1

26

26%

preferred
preferred

100

Pennsylvania RR Co

100
10

46,400

267,500

Pennzoil Co

4,500

People's Drug Stores Inc
5
Peoples Gas Lt & Coke
•
Pepsi-Cola Co
33 %c
Per kin-Elmer Corp
1

800

62,800
582,100
663,900
546,300
223,100
26,300

33,000
11,300

33,000
196,900

com

1

14/700

5% conv preferred
50
Permian Corp
10c
Pet Milk Co common
*
4%% preferred
100
Petrolane Gas Service Inc.l

70,500

798,200

Petroleum Corp of Amer—1
Pfaudler Permutit Inc
5
Pfizer (Chas) & Co.—33 %c
Phelps Dodge Corp
12.50

67,400

common. •

preferred.

100
100
4.30%
preferred
100
4.68%
preferred— —100
Phila & Reading Corp NY 50c
Philip Morris & Co com.—5
4%
preferred
100
3.90%
preferred
100
Phillips Petroleum Co
5
Phillips-Van Heusen Corp—1
Pillsbury Co Inc common.'
preferred

31%

17

Sale

51%

Sale

18%
53 y8

69%
96

Sale

68%

98

97

6

Nov 14

17'/2 Nov 27
15y4 Nov 22
16% Nov 7

43

36
30 y4
33

30%

101%
100%

Sale

13 y4

Sale
Sale
Sale

27

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
31%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

1
26V2 Nov
15 Va Nov 26

20

Sale

48%

Sale

49%

Sale

46%

53%

Sale

49%
57%
47 y4
15%
55 y4

44
50

46
13 y4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

35%
47%
46%

45% Bale
99% 100%
17
26
47
54%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
29%
101% 102%
Sale
87%
Sale
100%
106
105
Sale
35%
Sale
73 %
85 y4
84%

83

84

48%
19%
52%

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

50% Sale
100% 102
24% Sale
17% Sale
Sale
27%
Sale
507a
Sale
60%
Sale
33%
101% 102%
Sale
86
Sale
99
104% Sale
Sale
37%
Sale
76%
Sale
87 y4
Sale
84
50% Sale
19% Sale
Sale
52%

50%
52%
15%
55%
12%
48

100%
24 y4
17%
27%
49%
61 y4
33
102 %

84%
96%
104

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

55%
Sale
Sale
100%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

4
Nov 27
Nov 19
Nov 27

32

Nov 22

Nov

Nov 26
Nov 27

101% Nov 27
97i% Nov 27
19

Nov 22

46

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

43
49
50
43

22
26

21
22
22

14% Nov 22
551/4 Nov
1
10% Nov 22
47i% Nov 22
23% Nov 15

16% Nov 22
26

Nov 12

443% Nov 22
58

32%

Nov 22
Nov 27

Nov
6
Nov 21
96i% Nov 19

101

105

104

71%

Sale
Sale

54%

14%
6%
36i%
43 y4
40y4
30%

84

Sale

88%
83%
48%
18%

19% Nov 22

86
98

36%

84%
Sale
Sale
Sale

Aug 16

14

11

21
14
8
12

20% Aug 20

19% July 15
49% Sep 10
72 y8 Jan 24
Oct 25
96
30»% Nov 26

Nov 12

53% May

1
1

May

l

Nov 29

Nov 22
Nov 22

1

HIOI/4 Nov 26

32'4 Nov 22

30% July 19
140% Nov 27
5% Jan
2
13% Apr 25

4
1

18% Nov 12
18% Nov 11

Feb

1
18
20
8

45% Sep
44% Jan
26T4 Oct 16

26%
183/4
98 y2
40%
45%

Aug 29
Oct 10
Apr 26
Oct 18
Oct 21

17% May 13
33
Aug 23
59% Jan 30

16% Nov
24% May
231/4 Jun
68% May
891/4 Oct
105
Jan
37% Sep

14
1
27
14
18
18

11

19% Aug 15
16% Aug 20
34% Jan 29

20% Jun 24
63% Jan 17
14% May 13
35% Apr
Apr
7% Oct
19% Sep
18% Nov

157

25
25
31
13

11

67% July 30
40% Oct 22

15%
22%
14%
6%
37%

Sale

$27% Nov 6
45 Va NOV 22

23

48% May 24
29% Jan 28

26

41%
30%
33%
101%
97%
23 y4

Mar 25
Jan
7
Nov 11
May 29
Jan
2
Jan
2

53% Nov

401% Nov 29

Sale
Sale

32 %
Sale
Sale

4

9y4 Jan 28
55 % Nov 15
36 y4 Sep 11

26%
15 %

44 Va

95% Mar

35% Mar 8
24% Mar 20

53% Nov 22
38% Nov 15

Sale
Sale

$22 %
17%
941/4
34 Va
31%
15%

Nov 18
1
Nov

Nov

19

1
7% Nov
55i% Nov 15
1
33% Nov

Sale
Sale

44%
41 %
32 y2
32%
103
100

Sep 11

15%
123/4
30 y8
13

NOV

Feb

Jun 20

80 3/4 May 13
98
Jan 17

40

Sale

100

1

144
7

96
95

67% Nov 22
96
Jan 10

Sale

7%
36%

8

98
Nov 20
1
33i% Nov

111% Nov

38% Jun
5
81% May 29

Nov 20

53 y4
40%

Sale
Sale

2
Nov 13
Jan
9
Nov 22

70% Nov 19

8

Sale
Sale

14%

Jan

97

Nov

56%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

76
91
91%
91

96

Nov 22

6% Nov 22
48% Nov 22
251% Nov 22

17 y»

33% Mar 29

67% Nov 22

47

Sale

•

451/4 Nov 12
16% Nov
1

Nov
Nov

2

18% Nov 20
53% Nov 12

7%
53%
32%

Sale

Jan

2
2
2

Sale
Sale

23%

43

11V* Jan
21% Jan

Sale

Sale

110% Jan 17
487# Aug 15

18

18'% Nov 21
53% Nov 12

54%
33

18

5

Permanente Cement

13%
31

7%

8%
41%

25% Nov 15
18% Nov
4
95
Nov
4
38% Nov 20

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

Jan 11

13 V* Jan

18y4 Feb 21
4
46
Nov
20% Mar 4
7% Apr 29
13% Jan 14
2
72% Jan
4
433/4 Jan

53
Sep 12
101% Oct 24
89% May 7
105
May 2
102% Jan 25

30% Nov 22
13
NOV 22

69

Sale

39

Jan 18

Apr 15

461/4 July 26

1011% Nov 18

48'% Nov

111% May 2b

Sep 26

231/4 Nov 26

95
Nov 27
85 V* Jan
9
102
Jan
7

Sale
Sale

11
12
22
26

Nov 20

107

7

1
1
1
8

14%

8

107

Jan

4

8
1
6

17%
14'%
31%
14%
60%

1

104y4 Jan 11

Jan 22
97% May 31
110% Feb 28
106% Jan 30
25
Jan 18
29% Jan
9
125
May 31
24
May 20
14% Jun
6
233/4 Nov 19
2
68% Jan
26% Sep 16
10% Nov 21
26% May 21
80% Jun 21
57% Aug 15
58
Aug 26
109
NOV 12
88

69 y8 Nov 29

16% Nov 22
123% NOV 29

Sale
Sale
95
Sale

82% J*n 23

35% Jan 10
42% Mar 6
19% July 29
36
Aug 2
32% Nov 26
21% Nov 29

Sale
Sale

16y8
21%
20 y4

14%
Sale
21%
Sale
21V8 21%
58
Sale

Petroleum

Pendleton Tool Industries
1
Penick & Ford Ltd
1
Penn-Dixie Cement Corp
1
Penn Fruit Co Inc com
5
4.68% conv preferred
50
Penney (J. C.) Co
1
Pennsalt Chemicals Corp
3
Penn Glass Sand Corp
1
Penn Power & Light com
•

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

55 Va Aug 14
77
Aug 27

95% Jun 21
25% Jan 14

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

46%

Lighting Corp

51

Nov
Nov

72% Jan 11
76 y4 Jan
3
83 Va Jan
8
913/4 Nov 21

92% NOV 15
19
Oct 29

16%
22%
21%
61V«
89 y4

29

Sale
Sale

Transportation _•
Peabody Coal Co common—5
5% conv prior pfd
25

1

Nov 19
Nov 29
1
Nov

353% Nov
24% Nov
52
100%
88%
104

1

13% Nov 22
2iy8Nov
1
193/4 Nov 26
56
Nov
6
84% Nov 6
96
Nov
1
30% Nov 26

Sale
Sale

59%
11%

Pictures
Davis & Co

1

Sale

28%
45%

15%

14%

Packaging Corp of Amer—5

92i% Nov
92'% Nov
92
NOV

29% "Nov 11

37%
43%

16 y4

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

6% preferred
+.100
Pacific Tin Consol Corp
1

4
1

27% Nov
6
45 Va Nov 22

95%

18 y8
94

31%

29.

92

351/4 Nov
79
Nov

Sale
Sale

95
38 %
44

25%

Sale

page

Nov 26
Nov 13

Sale
Sale

Sale
18%

31%

see

77
91

24% Nov
17% Nov
94% Nov
371/4 Nov
37
Nov
15% Nov

24%
18%

Pacific Gas & Electric
.10
Pac. Intermountain Exp Co 5

footnotes,

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
86
100% 102
101
99

17

14 2/7

78i% Nov

Sale

Sale
Sale

Common

Nov 11
6
56
Nov
7
52% Nov 20
109
Nov 12
110
Nov
4
109% Nov 18
47% Nov 13
23

93%

17%
14 y8

&

533% Nov 29
243% Nov 11
103% Nov 21

22%
69%

18%
13

.

Sale

141/4 Nov 11
233/4 Nov 19

92%

17%
12%

American Corp
5
Cement & Arreg—5

4.40%
3.80%

Nov
645% Nov 26

108

105
22

93i/2 Nov 15

32 y«

Co

21%
9%
19 Va
77 %

25
Nov 11
1
116 y2 Nov
4
231/4 Nov

92% NOV 15

91%
91

Sale

Phila Electric

Nov
Nov 22
Nov
6
Nov 22.
Nov
6
Nov 26
52
49 y4 Nov 29
106% Nov 22
Nov 20
107
"46

103% July 12
20% Jan 3

33% Nov 27

Sale

4.40%

1
4

2

107

Sale
Sale
92 y2
92%
92

87%
97%

4%%

20% Nov

Jan

104% Nov 6
23% Nov 18

78
91

Sale

4%

NOV 26
Nov 26
Nov 21
Nov 26
Nov
8
22% Nov 26
23 y4 Nov 26
111% -Nov 27
4
23 y4 Nov
13% Nov 11

77 y4
84%
91%
107%
103%

46

Sale

Prices

l
533% Nov
1
75% Nov
1
79
Nov
86% Nov 12
1
92
Nov
1
108% Nov

34%

85 %
96
33

Owens-Illinois Glass com 6.25
4%
preferred
100
Oxford Paper Co common.15

Pacific
Pacific
Pacific

50 y4 Nov 26
72% Nov 26

&

Co

Outlet Co
Overnite Transportation

Pacific
Pacific

Prices

Sale

Sale

88%

Prices

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

104

Sale

Sale

Prices

Sale

52

100%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Lowest
Sale

Highest

Lowest

47

24%

1

Nu Tone Inc

Ohio Edison Co common.15
4.40%
preferred
100
3.90%
preferred.
100
4.56%
preferred
100

24
14 y8

108% Sale
108% 109%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Northwest

—

53%

94
Sale

.

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

92

30%




23%

47%
23 y4

93%

Corp

104%

Sale
Sale

100

Sale
Sale
Sale

For

107
103

23

92%

Northrop

93
108 y4

Sale

92

4.11% preferred
$4.16 preferred

85%

14

92%

100
100

preferred
preferred

$4.10
4.08%

24%

98,100 1.477,700
715,100
16,020
1,620
240
5,940
269,900 3,022,200
11,300
159,700
27,500
267,900

84%

20%

79
92

•

56,300

78

74
Sale

Sale
23%
14 y4

34%

Parke
Par melee

5,610

24%
115%
23 y4

Sale

Sale

2,770

108%

Sale

36 %

500
190

90

76
91%
90%
92%

1

14,750

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

35%

Paramount

600

92

5

preferred

Papercraft Corp

1,300

51

72%

100

Common

$3.60

724,500

697,300
8,680

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

104%
23%

Ask
Sale

53

109
46 y8

565,700

150,100
169,900
13,800
210,400
15,700
150,600 2,008,700

Bid

74%
79
86 y4

Sale
Sale

99,100

1,560

or

Ask

109 %
40

44,600

28,900

Bid

107%

2,220

66,100
52,500
85,600

Opening

104% 105%
108% 108%

390

453,500 5,962,300
6,400
63,100
50,800
693,700
100
8,400
7.300
158,900
178,000 1,070,800
75,200
642,600
27,800
231,500
690
17,880
95,100 1,440,000
20,900
377,000
3,800
60,500
357,600
32,700
1,260
20,050
1.380
13,260
490,000 5,313,400

Nov. 29
Closing or

Nov. 1

5.80% preferred
100
5.60% preferred
—100
Northern Pacific Ry
5
Northern States Pow (Minn)

Outboard Marine

343,300 1,870,700

—100
100
100

preferred

650
230

1,700

46% Sale
74
73
Sale
77
Sale
84 %
91% 93
108
107
104% 105
20% 20%
25% Sale
108% Sale
Sale
22%
13% 13%
18% 18%
66% Sale
24% Sale
8%
8%
13% Sale

*

Common

3.40%

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Highest

—PRICES IN NOVEMBER-

Price Jan. 2,
1963

25

STOCKS

—

Nov 12
35% Nov 21
69% Nov 22

Nov
83% Nov
Nov
47
17% Nov
50% Nov
87

13
8

22
29
13

57

Nov 14

1
26% Nov
16% Nov 11
25% Nov 8
Nov 20
15

7%, Nov

1

38 »/4 Nov 26
45% Nov 19
42'% Nov 4
6
32% Nov
33% Nov 29
103% Nov 15
4
100% Nov
23 V* Nov 29

9% Jan

6% Apr

9

25% ADr 10
$15 Va Nov 26
17% Jan 14
4
14 Va Nov
6% NOV 27
1
36y2 Oct
40
July 31
34

3
3
Nov 22
Jan

30% Jan
32
101

Apr
5
97% Nov 27
13% Jan

Nov

31 y2 Jan

46% Nov

35% Feb

51

46
46
38

2

50

8
4
Nov 15

1
57% Nov
54% Nov 12
16

Nov 27

56% Nov 15
13% Nov 18
5034 Nov 14
24%
17%
27%
51%

Nov
1
Nov
1
Nov 18
Nov
1
Nov 14
62
34% Nov 15

102% Nov 12
6
1
Nov
Nov 18
Nov 15
Nov
1
Nov 19
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov 20

.861/4 Nov
99

105

38%
77

88»%
84
50%
19%
54%

2
8
Feb 11
Jan
2

Aug 1
131/4 Jan
2
51 y4 Mar 14
10% Nov 22
42
May 27
99% Mar 8
23% Nov 15
16% Feb 12
24% May 31
443/i Nov 22
52% Mar 6
29% Jan
2
7
100
Jan
Nov 21
96% Nov 19
103
Apr 16
33 Va Jan 21
69 y2 Nov 22
84

84

July 19

81% Jan 10
47
Nov 22
17% Apr 15
50 y2 Sep 30

27

Feb 27

19% Apr
26% Oct
19% Jan
10% Feb
50% Apr
50
Apr
471/4 Sep
36% Aug
36
May
106% Feb

25
31
9
14

2
29
20
19
16

28
Feb 13
231/4 Nov 29

103

50
47

Nov 11
Oct 29

56% May
58% Sep
54% Nov
19 y4 Oct
563/4 Nov
13% Nov
59
lot3/*
283/4
18%
31 y8
55%
631/4
36%
105
92
103
108

15

20

12
3
15
18
Oct 11

May 20
May 2
May 1

Sep

6

Aug 29
Sep 10
Aug 23
Mar 1
Jun 21

Feb

5

July

2
41% Apr 24
90% Apr 22
91

Feb

14

881/4 May 6
7
SSI's Jun
21% Jan 18
64% May 20

26

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

Aggregate Sales
In

November
Shares

Shares

37,800

422,800
455,500

New York
Stock Exchange

Since
Jan. 1

38,900

27,900
160

183,000
2,660

1,800
19,400

305,400

270

■'

3,220

7,100

92,900 1,000,100
66,900 1,637,900
710

9,020
51,500

2,600
7,000

98,700
980

24,400

271,000

320
17,130
21,900
446,200
458,200 4,517,000
15,700
175,100
480
11,735
124,100 t685,300

71,500
977,600
55,000 1,029,600
v

66,600
7,000

-

170
340
310
520
670

31,100
260

1,400
800

120,400
280

997,400
78,700
3,320
2,960
11,270
8,850
10,390
445,100
4,950
18,510
8,900
379,300
2,290

30,000

212,700
52,100
649,400
98,600
933,400
131,200 1,894,200
28,900 199,300
24,100
250,400
180

12,000

17,030
66,000

1,596,100 6,827,800
18,400
110,200

Price Jan. 2,

Sale
Sale

39% Nov 11
47 ya Nov
4

18%
79%

Sale
81%

15

72%

Sale
Sale

35 Va Nov 22
44
Nov 22

Sale
83

71

79

Sale

14%

Sale

19%

Sale

14 Ve Nov 22
78% Nov 6
75% Nov 18
19% Nov
1

18% Nov
1
82
Nov 21

69

134%
51%

Sale
Sale
Sale

139
59 Va

12%

Sale
Sale
Sale

7
37
40

38
41

68
73

69
Sale

34%

Sale

30%

Sale

121% 123
57% 58%
104% 106%
31% Sale
;I42% Sale

75
1.25

Polaroid Co
1
Poor St Co
—10
Porter Co 51/a% si pref_100
Potomac Electric Power
10

;

94
71%

Procter St Gamble Co
•
Pub Serv Co of Colorado—5
Public Serv Elec St Gas—
Common
*
$1.40 dlv pref com
•

Sale

"sale

91
108

Sale
Sale
Sale
95
92
Sale

96
107

108%

Sale

111%

94%

24%
23

6%

39%
24 %

5
•

Pure Oil Co—
Purolator Products Inc

37%
62

141%
27%

,

59,700

832,200

119,000
989,200
72,800 1,087,200
37,200
209,200
125.900
10,200

20,000

303,200

20.800
6,000

385,700
167,900

85,700

736,200

12,500

231,300
1.300

59,800
49,700
9,300

69,900
23,800
309,300
61,500

452,300
861,800
174,000
456,000
341,400
4,775,400
737.400
128,300
336.000

12,900
29,700
18,500
176,700
66.700 1.507,300
233,400
233,400

61,800
670

958.200
15,080

-i—
153,800

976,300

11,300
27,000
2,200
65.100
26.800
,205,300
21,300
73,500

3,400
166,500
7,600

160,900

36,900
161,900
10,700




21%

Sale

145%
35%

Sale

61

85

77% Nov 15

2.50

Sale

33

Nov 12

17

Sale
Sale

16%
9%

Sale
Sale

16

Sale
Sale

40%
12%

Sale
Sale

Nov 18
27
4

24%
11%

Sale
Sale
Sale

16%
13%

17
Sale

24%

Sale

14%
16%

Sale
Sale
Sale

29 % Sale
Sale
24%
11
Sale
16% Sale
13
Sale
Sale
22%
Sale
13 %
15% Sale
10% Sale
Sale
22%

.

Rayonier Inc
Raytheon Co
Reading Co common
4% non-cum 1st pfd
4% non-cum 2nd pfd
Red Owl Stores
Reed Roller Bit Co

1
5
50

5o
50
•
„•

Reeves Bros Inc
Reichhold Chemicals

50c
1
10

•

28%

7%
15%
12

9%
40

12%
29

Sale
Sale
Sale
—

15%
12%
10%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Reliable Stores Corp
Reliance Electric & Eng Co_5
Reliance Mfg Co com
5

18%
39%

3%% conv pfd—.
Republic Aviation
Republic Corp com

100
50c
50c
10
10
5

53
16%
6%
14
34%
36 %

Revlon
Inc
1
Rexall Drug & Chem Co_2.50
Reynolds Metals Co com
*
4%% preferred ser A
50

40%
33
23%
50

4%% conv 2nd pfd^__100
Reynolds (R J) Tob com
5
3.60% preferred
100
Rheem Mfg Co_
1

102%
41%
87 %
10%

Sale
89
Sale

4%

Sale

58
39%
32%

10%
22%
41%
12

50%
Sale

Sale
Sale

$1

conv

preferred

Republic Steel Corp
Revere Copper St Brass

Selection Tr
£
Richardson-Merrell Inc_1.25
Richfield Oil Corp
•
Riegel Paper Corp_.
10
Ritter Co
2.50
Robertshaw Controls Co
1
Rochester Gas & Elec Corp.*
Rhodesian

Rochester

Telephone Corp.10
Rockwell-Standard Corp
5
St Haas
Common

5

4%

preferred ser A_.
Rohr Corp
Ronson Corp
Roper (Geo D) Corp
Rorer

14%

19%
24%
27%
37

34%

Sale
Sale

(Wm H) Inc—

Royal Crown Cola Co
Royal Dutch Petrol Co

100
1
.1
1
8%c

1
_20g

Royal McBee Corp

1

Rubbermaid Inc_.
Ruberoid Co

1
1

Ryan Aeronautical Co
Ryder System Inc

•
2.50

Sale
Sale
Sale

1.66%

4.30% conv preferred
St Joseph Lead Co_^

100
100
10

page

29.

Sale

10%

Sale
58
Sale
Sale
15%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

57
15%
8%
14%
40%

Sale

Sale

106%
41%

Sale
Sale
86 %
Sale

104%

Sale

6%
53 %
44%
32%
30
27%
33%
44%
39

86

15%
6

Sale
Sale

54%
44
34 %
:

Sale
Sale
34%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

28%
27%
34%
44%
42%
137%
96

15%
32%
44 Va

Sale
99
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

48

40%
37%
30%
51
39%
87

16%

131
99

51%
Sale
Sale
88 %
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

17%
31%
44%
35%
36 Va
48%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

12%

Sale
Sale

11%
13%

Sale
Sale

11 %
13 %

Sale
Sale

27%
16%
9%

Sale
Sale
Sale

26%
17%

Sale
Sale

26%

Sale
Sale

11%

Sale

27

43%
9

46%
93%
200

25%

Sale
Sale
360
Sale

18
10%

•fa

.

Safeway Stores com
4% preferred

see

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

40

35%
39%
45%

Rights

footnotes,

Sale
Sale

50%

Sale

19%
Sale
Sale
37 %
Sale

Sale
41%

14%
8%
15%
40%
47%
41%
39%
33%

Sale
Sale

114
Sale
113*^2 115%

16%
23"%
19

55%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Co—

St Joseph Lt St Pwr Co
•
St Louis-San Fran Ry com_*
45,800
5% preferred ser A
100
1,447,200
St Regis Paper Co
5
373,300
San Diego Gas St Elec Co__10
3,542,500 San Diego Imperial Corp
1
233,300
Sangamo Electric Co
5
1,052,500
Schenley Industries Inc.1.40
88,800 .
Convertible pref
35c
1,603,200 Sobering Corp common
1
97,800
5% conv preferred
30
1,106,000 Schick Inc
1
585,700 Schlumberger (Ltd)
1
956,700
SCM Corp common
5
139,100
5conv preferred
50
For

64

147%
40%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

161,200
771,800

_■

40%
22%

Sale

Rohm
10

30%

34%
27%
38%

78%
33%

Sale
Sale

32,000

35

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

15
6
22
6
22
12
22
22
26
26
18
1

98

21%

1,600

19%

85
19

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

Sale

Sale

190,500 2,781,800
10,700
248,200
120,900 1,589,400
64,000 1,020,900
241,400 3,070,900
2,100
58,900
5,200
81,700
288,300 4,716,700
1,200
15,940
75,600 1,028,100

7%
87

Nov 26
Nov 21

Sale

8%

293,500
730
2,800
87,100 1,041,900
25,100
374,200

Sale

38%
77%
23%
23%
6%

95%

Raybestos-Manhattan
•
Raymond Intl Corp 3.33%

25,300

23

.

79%
36 %

176,700
597,800

53,300
107,200

86%

19% Sale
Sale
35%
Sale
28%
Sale
40%
23% Sale
65% Sale
147% 148
35% Sale

Sale
Sale

1,500
6,600

23%

Sale
Sale
24%
24%
Sale
87%

61%
94%
375

Sale
Sale
425

44%

Sale

Sale
Sale

Nov 22

9% Nov
39% Nov
11% Nov
27 Va Nov
20% Nov
10% Nov

22
21
22
22

14% NOV 22
12

21%
13%

13%
9%

Nov 21
Nov 29
Nov 26
Nov 22
Nov 22

Nov
38% Nov

22

6

18

9% Nov 22
54% Nov 4
Nov 22
8% Nov 27
Nov 26
15
38% Nov 22
45 % Nov
6
Nov 22
37
Nov 22
36%
28 % Nov 22
6
50% Nov
102% Nov 26
38% Nov 21
Nov
86
6
14% Nov 22
14

5% Nov

7
Nov 26
40% Nov 22
31% Nov 26
27% Nov 22
25% Nov 22
32% Nov 27
43% Nov 26
34% Nov 22
51

127% Nov 22
99
Nov 29
1
15% Nov
28% Nov 21
41

Nov

22

33% Nov 22
34 % Nov 22
44% Nov 20
10% Nov 22
13% Nov 27
25% Nov 26
16% Nov 8
10y8 Nov 29

7/64 Nov 22

59%

Sale"

55% Nov 22

92%

Sale

92 % Nov 26

325
425
Sale
41 %

:

25%

Sale
94%

24%
92

93

26%
35%

Sale

36% Nov 27

11%
9%

18%
9%

Sale

21%

Sale

10

Sale

39%
33 Va
6%

Sale
Sale
Sale

43 Va

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
10
Sale

10% Nov 26

12

33%
36%
11 %
9%

92 % Nov 26
31% Nov 22

11%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

10

Sale
Sale
Sale

93%
33%

66%

Sale

13%
52%

Sale

13

Sale

51

Sale

52%

Sale

57%

106% Aug 27
108
May 27

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
31
42l/a Nov
Nov
25
Nov
66
149
Nov
41
Nov

1

1
7
6
18
19
27

32%
75%
23%
23

Aug 21
Nov 15
Mar 29

6
84

Jan
Jan

Jan

3

2
4

18% July

1

4
18

34% Nov 12
2
23% Jan

11
8

36% Jan 11
$21% NOV 26

1
11

141

11

99% Nov 14
4
1
4
17% Nov
Nov 15
10%
40% Nov 11
1
12% Nov
30% Nov 11

79% Nov
36 Va Nov

61

Nov 26
Jan

2

27% Jan

2

56
77

2

Jan

Apr 17
31% Aug 7

15y8 Feb 26
8
9% Oct
$38
Aug 9
2
8% Jan
2
21% Jan
19% Aug 27
7% Jan 21

25% Nov
11% Nov
16% Nov
14 y8 Nov
24% Nov
14% Nov
16% Nov
10% Nov

7

22% Nov
41% Nov
Nov
12
57% Nov
15% Nov
9% Nov
15% Nov
41% Nov
48% Nov
43% Nov

1
4

18%
38%

1

22
2
14
Nov 22
2
6% Jan

40

Nov
Nov

7
4
4
1

1
1
4

15
29
8
4
11

22
11
1
1

14%
10%
$21%
13%
12

9%

9%
53

14

37
29

7
13
31
1
27% Nov
4
34% Nov
45% Nov 15
Nov
Nov

42% Nov

1

137% Nov
99

1
Nov 29

17% Nov 29
33% Nov
1
45% Nov 15
1
37
Nov
1
39% Nov
48% Nov 29
12 % Nov
4
14

Nov

12

26% Nov 29
18% Nov 21
11% Nov
1

-ft. Nov 29
61% Nov
95% Nov

4
1

14
29
26
2
22
4

3

2
2
2
Nov 22
Mar 6
Jan

102 Va Jan

35

2
8
3

36% July 17
84% Sep 23
10% Jan
2

4% Jan

2

July 30

Jan
28 % Aug

19% Jan
Aug

23
27

8% Nov 27
19% Nov 26

9% Nov 12
39
32

211 %
20 Ya

Jan

37% Jan
34% Jan

2
5
3
1
3
2
2

104
94

Feb 12
Mar 19

15

Oct 11

21

Mar 18
18% Jan
2
33% Nov 22

26% Jan

2.
43% Jan
2
8% July 22
11% July 23

2

4
5

Sep
6
May 27

101
Nov 19
23% Apr 18
81% Oct 18

32% Sep

6

79% Aug 13
32% Feb 18
95
Feb 21

97% Apr

5

100 % Aug 21
109% Jan 15
112
Oct
8

July 25

40%
81%
25%
24 y8
8y8
87 y2
22
40%
31%
47%

Jun

Aug

14

7

Jan 22
Nov 18
Nov 19

May 24

Jan
4
May 14
Aug 27
25% Oct 24
73% Aug 28
151% Aug 30
41
Nov 11
99%
82
40
18%
13%

Nov 14

May 22
Jan 24
Aug 22
Jan
7

44% May 1<»
13% Oct 28
33% Sep

17
Oct 25
14% Sep 18
34

Sep 18

16% Sep
29% May
17% Feb
17% Sep
14
Jun
23 % Aug

Nov
6
108
42% Nov 11
87% Nov 27
17% Nov 13

8

38% Aug 28

21

23% Jan
49% Jan

51
39

Jun

130

Mar
Nov
Nov
Jan
Nov
Jan
Jan
Nov
Jan

33%
51% Nov 15

1
6% Nov
8
58% Nov
44% Nov 11

133% Oct
70% Jun

Apr 30

34% Jan
36% Jan

18

28
21

16
19

27

47% Jun 17
20% Jan 17
69
Jan 17

18% Feb 26
10 % Apr 19
16% May 2
44
Sep 11
53
Aug 27
48% Jan 12
42% Oct 28
37% Jun 11

52% May 21
110
47%
88%
17%

Jan

Feb
8
Oct 18

6% Oct
65% Feb
50% Sep
36% Apr
31% Sep
30% Oct
38% Aug
45 % Nov
44% Oct
145

99%
17%
34 Va
47%

2

May 14

28
21
4

16
4
21

26
15

28

9
Sep
Sep 18

9
Jan
Oct 29
Oct 22

6
44% Sep
39% Oct 29
49% May 1

12% Oct 24
2
14% Oct

7/64 Nov 22

1
31% Feb
19% Jan 10
14
Jun 12
fa Nov 29

4
22

64% Sep
9
98 % Aug 30

25% Nov 26
16% Mar 21
9

Jan

45% Feb
91 % Apr

94%
34%
37%
12 Ya
9%

Sale
80%

Sale

Nov 13
1

2

19

80

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

93
120
Nov 27
69% Mar 1
27% Jan
2

25

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

3
Jan 14

21% NOV 18
25% Nov 7

20%

11%
62%
11%

6

6

39 Va
80%
24%
23%
8y8
87%
19%
35%

May
Nov

80
Aug 27
40% Jan
8

120% May
15% Jan

20Va NOV 1
23 % Nov 26

Sale

32%

Jan
Jan

2
68% Jan
30 Ya Jan
2
90 y2 Nov 18
93% Sep 16
95% Nov 13

98% Nov

82
May 10
22% Jun 21

—

20%

39%
32%
12

76% Nov 19
31% Nov 20
92 % Nov
4
6
95
Nov

Aug 12
18% Oct 30
86
May 7
53

1
14% Sep
4
72 y2 Aug 28

122
Jan 17
57y8 Nov 22
105% Jan 3
28% Mar 20

51 % Nov 29

Sale

20%
9%

28% Nov

6

44 Ya Nov

19%
18%

37%

29y8

108

Sale

17%
12%

57,800
253,500
748,300

Sale
24%

78

101
21%
79%

15

38
41

39% Nov 11

143
60

134% Jan
51% Jan
7
Jan

111% Nov

Sale
Sale

_2.50
1

5,200

38%

36%
189 %
18%

28% July 1
39
Feb 26
13 Ya Oct 25
72% Jan
2
73
Jan 10
14% Jan
2

14
1
4
12
11

Nov
4
Nov
6
Nov
4
Nov 12
Nov
1
Nov 19
Nov
1
Nov 15
Nov
7

108% Nov 26

57%

Ranco Inc
Random House Inc_.

17,400
68,300

Sale
Sale

Nov
Nov
12% Nov
69% Nov
74
Nov
32
Nov

95
Nov
6
95 % Nov 13
106% Nov 20

78%
34%

340,100
221,900

57,300
1131,600

91%
92% 95
97% 98 %
106% 107
109
110

•

16,900
23,200
5,000

60,200

Sale

72
Nov 22
7
30% Nov
90 Va Nov 18

Sale
Sale

•

688,700

10,100
3,300
11,000

90

98%
107%

61
112

Radio Corp of Amer com

57,900

155,800 1,797,900
321,300 3,767,800
14,300
269,700

92%
95%

85

Sale
Sale
Sale

$3.50 1st preferred
Ralston Purina Co

33,900

74%
30%

80%
24%
23%
6%

Sale
Sale

Quaker Oats (The) com
5
6% preferred
100
Quaker State Oil Ref Corp_10

Sale

39

Sale

•

Sale

Nov
1
Nov 18

141
60

57 Va Nov 22
Nov 18
108
31% Nov 26
Nov 22
155
17% Nov 22
1
99% Nov
Nov 27
20
77% Nov 22
27% Nov 26

Sale

113
Sale
Sale
18% Sale
100% Sale
Sale
20%
Sale
79%
Sale
28%

Sale

79
22

Nov
1
Nov 22
10% Nov 22
66% Nov 26
69
Nov 26
28% Nov
7

139
56

Sale
Sale
68%

33%
177%

91%
94%

Sale
85

_10

67
71
30

73%

24%

84

11%

30 %

Sale
Sale
Sale

33
76

—

Sale

57

111

Sale

97

139%

112
114
Sale
35%
169 Va
Sale
18% Sale
99% Sale
20 %
Sale
Sale
79%
Sale
28%

69%

4.08% preferred
._100
4.18% preferred
100
4.30% preferred
100
5.05% preferred
100
5.28% preferred
100
Public Serv of Indiana—
Common
•
3%%
preferred
100
4.32%
preferred
25
4.16% preferred
25
Publicker Industries com
5
$4.75 preferred
•
Puerto Rlcan Cement Co
1

78
Sale

131% 134
Sale
60%

28

30%

80
75%
20 %

132% 134
Sale
60%

$15% 15%

—

Inc

Sale

Prices

37
44 %

13%

1

Puget Sound Pwr St Lt

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Priees
Prices

Highest

Sale
Sale

100

Plough Inc

—PRICES IN NOVEMBER—
Nov. 29
Lowest
Closing or
Sale
Bid
Ask
Prices

37%
45%

40%

5Va% 1st ser pr pref—100
Pitts St West Virginia
100
Pitts Young & Ash Ry—
7% non-cum pfd
100
Plttston Co common
$3.50 conv preferred

STOCKS

Sale
Sale

30

Pittsburgh Steel Co com—•
preferred class A

or
Ask

Bid

Ask

Bid

Par

Piper Aircraft Corp
1
Pltney-Bowes Inc__
—2
Pitts Coke St Chemical—10
$5 conv preferred
•
4.80% conv preferred
•
Pittsburgh Forglngs Co
_1
Pitts Ft Wayne St Chi Ry—
1% guaranteed pfd
100
Pittsburgh Plate Glass—10

Pullman

Opening

Opening or

STOCKS

5%

Nov. 1

1963

—

Nov 22
Nov
6

10% Nov 22
54
NOV 22
11% Nov
1
50% Nov 22

6
Nov
Nov 11
Nov 11
Nov 12
6
Nov

22% Nov 15
10
Nov
43% Nov
32% Nov

1
4
7

13% Nov 12
62% NOV 1
14 Va Nov
53% Nov

4
8

Jan

7

51V4

Nov~29

Jan 10
2
18% Jan

21% Feb 20
26% July 5

79

94% Nov

Jan

26% Jan
35
Jan
10

Jan

8% Nov
18% Jan
9% Jan
35% July
31% Oct

8
2
2
2
27

37

6

Sep

4
39% Mar 15
13 % Sep 16
13% Jan

10

15
22

23% Oct 14
10 % Jun 27
47 % Sep 18

15

35 t/b Jan

2

16

2
6% Jan
54
Nov 22
1
10% Aug

13% Nov 12
75% Apr 26

48 % Aug

59

1

16% Jan 23
Jan

22

NEW YORK STOCK

December, 1963

Shares

Jan"
Share.
Shares

136,900 1,682,800
420
3.260
100
4,570
46,100
664,150
50

610

24,800
56,200

231,000
951,500

54,300

782,500

16,500
*96,400
19,500 *172,300
163,600 1,791,300
5,200
124,900
56,400
587,300
1,290
32,400
203,000
15,700
346,700

10,900
47,800
28,300

202,000
477,500
364,200

25,400
243,000
112,700 1,963,000

68,300
22,500

583,000
298,400
882,600
115,600

79,400
7,900
16.800
184,700
22.600
280,300
6,400
76,500
14,900
280,700
190.000 2.541.100
53,200 1696,800
23,500
313,300

25,500

374.300

61,200 1,212,000

88,400

724,500

164,200 1,949,200
32,900
800,700
24.000
247,800
200
6,200

5,500
86,400
203,400 2,343,100
1,400
40,900
23,500
172,100
116.200 1,723,900
65.400
742,100
2,300
60,200

23.656

481:800

159,700 2,144,100
57.900
721,900
25,900
196,700
60
l!l50

Prl^°-2'

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

NeW York

Aggregate Sales
—1
November

EXCHANGE — STOCKS

-

Stock Exchange
STOCKS

opening or

Par

Scott Paper Co common
$3.40

preferred

$4 preferred

*

--—n

Scovill Mfg Co common__25
3.65% preferred -—---100
Screw & Bolt Corp of Amer 1

20
Seaboard Finance
1
Seagrave Corp (The)
2.50
Sealright-Oswego Falls
5
Sears Roebuck & Co
3
Seiberling Rubber Co
1
Servel Xne common
1
$5.25 preferred
•
Servomation Corp
1
SFC Financial Corp -----1
Shahmoon Industries Inc 2.50
Seaboard Air Line RR

Shamrock Oil & Gas
Sharon Steel Corp —
Shattuck (Frank G) Co
Shell Oil Co

Sheil Transport &

76% Sale
»% 10
9% Sale

38

1

Simplicity Pattern Co—50c

-5
10
25
—10

Smith-Douglass Co Inc
5
Smith Kline & French Lab_*
Socony Mobil Inc
15
Soo Line RR Co
—•
So Caro El & Gas com__4.50
5% preferred
50
South Jersey Gas Co
2.50
South Puerto Rico Sugar 5
8% preferred
25
Southeastern Pub Service 1
Southern Calif Edison
8%
Southern Co (The)
—5
Southern Indiana Gas & El_*
Southern Natural Gas„7.50
Southern Pacific Co
—•
Southern Ry Co common..*

preferred_20
Mobile & Ohio Ctfs
100

5%

non-cum

25,100
12,300
31 800

301,100
140,100
463 700

Southwestern pub Service_l
Spalding (A G) & Bros lnc_l

17.900

466,100

Sparton Corp

5,800 1,038,000
290
2,170

1,509,000 14,751,900
1,270
16,430
55,200 1,159,600
270

5,630

38.000

664,700

9,600
26,800

60,200
447,800

950
14,040
92,900 1,064,100

233,000 1,919,300
21.600
132,000
174.600 1,938,800
699,900 6,142.300
17,500
303,400
200
5,300
114,100 1,000,700
1,500
11.100
14,800
160,900
13,200
154,000
26,400
271,100
44,300
460,400
88,500
433.700
1,200
28,500
55,500
739,700
10
360
3.600
41,800
170,200 tl.266,900

56,700
26,100

790,500
364,000

58,100
512.700
4,000
58.600
11,800
211,800
6,700
105,600
13,800
299.700
10.600
117,800
768,300 7.821,800
38,000
24,900

394,700

4/700
19,200

305,110
121,300
175,500

520

4.270

24,400
39,300

281,600
282,900
429,200

24 700

589:200 8,343:600
15,700
33,400
2 620

1:129,300
781,900

4,700

66,110
76,800

101.400
24.200

816.100
443.500

43,500

812,900

27,100

373.600

Spartans Industries

Spencer Chemical com
4.20% preferred

1

2.50
6

100

Sperry-Rand Corp com__50c
$4.50 preferred
25

For




—

sale
Sale
Bale
Sa 1#
bale

22/. Sale
19% Sale
10 A Sa e
16% Sale
24% Sale
32% Sale
28 A 29%
22% Sale
36
Sale
—
—
56
Sale
23% Sale
23% Sale
64% Sale
58% Sale

11 A Sale
56% Sale
52
54

Sterchi Bros Stores Inc
1
Sterling Drug Inc
2.50
Stevens (J P) & Co Inc__l5
Stewart-Warner Corp
2.50
Stokely-Van Camp com
1
5% prior preference
20
Stone & Webster Inc
1
Stone Container Corp
1
Storer Broadcasting Co
1

Stouffer Foods Corp
Studebaker Corp

1.25
1

Suburban Gas
1
Suburban Propane Gas
1
SuCrest Corp
1
Sun Chemical Corp com
1
$4.50 preferred series A__*
Sun Oil Co
•

Sunbeam Corp
1
Sunstrand Corporation—__5
Sunray DX Oil Co
1
Sunshine Biscuits
6.25
Sunshine Mining Co
10c

superior Oil Co (Calif)
25
Sweets Co of Am—1.38 8/9
Swift & Co
25
Swlngline Inc class A
1
Symington-Wayne Corp
1
Taft Broadcasting Co

1

TelAutograph Corp
1
Tennessee Gas Trans Co—5
Texaco Inc
,
12.50

footnotes,

see

page

29.

24% Sale
23
23 /4
8% Sale
15% Sale
22% 23%

51

9%

34
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
78%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

40%
97% Sale

13% Sale
94
94%
25% Sale

17'A Sale
95
Sale
28
Sale

35%

45%
35%
72 A
84%
14%

Sale
Sale

—

,

64% Sale
83

18%

Sale
Sale

Sale
95% Sale
48%
59%

Sale
Sale

53% Sale
89% 91%
14% Sale
49% Sale
24% Sale
25y8 25%
12% Sale
21% Sale
7% Sale
31
32
35% Sale
83y« 84
16y»
~

Sale
-

30% Sale
30¥» Sale
18% Sale
18% 19
51
Sale
15% Sale
31% Sale
23% Sale
6% Sale
17%

Sale

25^8 Sale
18% 19

8% Sale
86
441A Sale
43% Sale
23
Sale
25% Sale
—
—
7% Sale
1087 Sale
84

15% Sale

40% Sa e
31% Sale

15% Sale
17% Sale

-s-a'e

JV* l"e
5% Sale

18
Sale
61% Sale

106 /2

|a|
14^2 Sa
18% baie
34 g

20% bale
11% Sale
43% baie
g

26 /a
22 /4
7%
15
20 /a

saxe
bai

gale

baie

35 A |aJ®
44 Sa e
34% Sale
23 .a Sale
31% Sale
51% Sale
56% Sale
51
Sa e
34% Sale
61
Sale
20/a 21A
77% 79%

53%

36
19%
13%

82%

Sale
I9 [|
S
S
baie
|ale
Sa
Sale
ba
Sale

37% 38
43% Sale

52

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
96%

12%
7%
29%
95%

105

sail

30% Sale
40% Sale
61.a Sale
64^ Sale
20% Sal

33%
61
20%
77 %

35
15

37% Sal
MM

90%
31%
31%
4 /.
39%
19/4
9
27%
97%
11%
6%

31% Sale
43% Sale
64
Sale
67% Sale
22
Sale
55% Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
74

Sale

Jfosig or
Bid Ask

48
Sale
45% bai
27„'4
34% Sale
31 Sal
45% Sale
44 /2 Sal
84% Sale
81% Sale
65 A Sale
67
Sale

Sale
Sale

43
29Va
56%
20ya
71%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

48% Sale

51%
50

63

$1.20 conv preference
20
6% conv preferred
20
Standard Pressed Steel Co_l
Stanley Warner Corp
5
StanrayCorp
1
Starrett Co (The) L 8
«
Stauffer Chemical com
5
3%% preferred
100

1«4
18^
35%
20 /.
12 /a

33ya
22
32%
52%
56

Sale
Sale
Sale
30% Sale

^CaHfornia1 common

$3.30 conv
Indiana
25
New Jersey
7
Ohio common
10
3%% pfd series A__100
Standard Pckg Corp com__l
$1.60 conv preference__2o

37/a Sale
90% 91
19,3ale
33% Sale
78g 8 °,
4% Sale
39/2 Sale
28 Sale
10
Sale
28 ,a Sale
99,4 Sale
11% Sale
6% Sale
103/2 1M
20% |a*«

|ale

-

6.25
preferred—•

Bid iUk

33
29%
31
23%

Spiegel Co Inc common
•
$4.50 preferred
•
Square D Co
-5
Staley (A E) Mfg Co
10
Standard Brands common.*
$3.50 preferred
»
Standard Kollsman Ind Inc_l

a mSSo affraymc—''"s
li-To InliSS

47,200
330,300
367,300 4,234,500
'69,200 3,285,000

—

9%
3/%
18 A
12

Simonds Saw & Steel Co—*

Skelly Oil Co
Smith (A O) Corp

105

—
--

N Y shares ordinary
Sheller Mfg Corp
__1
Sheraton Corp of Amer__50c
Shoe Corp of America
_1
Signode Steel Strapping Co_l
Simmons Co—*
Sinclair Oil Corp
Singer Co

—
—

103

Opening or
.

32% Sale
85% 87
l{Vm |ai*
21 % Sale
77
7 8(|
4/fe Sale
33% Sale
17Sale

—
—

1
*
•

Trading

BW Ask

Noy 4

89% Sale
Sa e

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
64% Sale

95% Sa e
62
Sa e
71
Sale
68% Sale
93% 951
13% Sale

47%
23%
24%
11%
24%
10%
30%
34/a
82ya
12%
30%
33%
37%
20%
20
60%
17%
41%
31%
6%
16%
27%
21%
9
94
51%

53/a
21%
33%
53
10.a

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sa e
Sale
Sale

85%
13
Sa e

Sale

Sale
Sale
20%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sa e

Sale

95%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sa e
Sale
Sale

1,262
21/a
41%
36 A
18'A Sale
23% Sale

51/2 53/2

33%
18%
13%
8%
12
98

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
innu

18^8 Sale
96% 97
2/,4 Sale
90% Sale
46 4 Sa e
33% Sale
74% Sale
83
Sa e
13 Va Sale
60
Sale
92% Sa e

60% Sa e
71
Sa e

Sale
95%
Sale
44
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
85%
Sale
Sa e
Sale
Sale
Sale
20%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
5% Sale
16% Sale
26y4 Sale
20 Sa e
9 Sale
94
Sa e
51
Sale
51% Sale
21
Sale
31% Sa e
52 A Sale
9/4 Sale

66%
94
12%
42
22
21/«
11%
21%
12%
31
35%
83%
13
29%
35 A
33,a
22%
20%
57
16,4
39 A
31

1.255 Sale
19 19 A
41% Sale
34 A Sale
18/A Sale
25% Sale

90% Nov 29
Noy 2g
31
Nov 22
7g
Nov 15
4% Nov 1
3?
Nov 22
19% Nov 26

ova

1

11
26
12
4
14
13
15

91

1Q1

__

20% Noy

^ 22

20 A Sale
66% Sale

92

77

Jan

4% Jan
32% Jan
17 Va Jan

18
2

2
2

Jun
4
36% Apr 25
101 % Sep 25
16
May 20
11% Jan 22
106
Mar 12
14

18% Nov 26
125% Nov 21
74

9

Jan

17

Mar

6
22

6% Aug
103% Jan
17% Oct
13% Jan
9% Jan
33 V* Nov
18
Nov

x

8
29
24
2

23% Sep 13

16% Jun 7
25% Sep 16
43% Apr 22
24 % Apr 16
17% May 7

Nov 22
Nov 22
331/. Nov 26
Nov 20
11%Nov 29

15% Nov 4
20% Nov 6
35% Nov 1
20% Nov 4
12% Nov 1
1

34% Jan 16

49 Va Sep 11

4

26% Nov 29
23ya Nov 4
8y« Nov 1
i53A Nov 11
22% Nov 11

22% Feb 11
2
19 y» Jan
7y2 Nov 26
2
14 Va Oct
19% Nov 19
32% Jan 2

26% Nov 29
25% May 23
13 Vs Jan 14
19% Feb 18
26% Jan 28
49% Nov 14
32% Feb 11
36% Aug 28
50
Sep
3
87"% Sep 20
69y«Aug 7
34% Sep 17

14

23% Nov

46% Nov

N(jy 22

^

26
197/8 Nov 19
43¥4 Nov 22
^
^
Nov 26

3^% Nqv

Noy
,, „

^
^ ^
53% Nov 29
Nov 27
N
97

40% Nov

,

7

2 /4
31/a Nov 27
51 A Nov 27
55/a Nov 26
49% Nov 26
33 nov
59
20% N
78 Nov 6
33% Nov 27
18% Nov 26
12 Nov 29
8 Nov 22
97% Nov
1
Nov 22

15 % Nov -2
94% Nov 21

o|s^nov 26
88^Nov 26
45 A Nov 1
33 A Nov 29
71A Nov
82% Nov 29
12 A Nov 27
57% Nov 22
92% Nov 20
55% Nov 18
64% Nov 18
65% Nov 18
95 Nov 7
12 Nov 27
43 Nov 22
21% Nov 22
21_.a
ll^a Nov 13
23% Nov 26
10% Nov 1
30 A Nov 8
33 A
84 Nov 21
12% Nov 21
26 Nov 22
33 A Nov b
33
20% Nov 1
19% Nov 14
54 Nov 22
16% No
39 Nov
30^8 Nov 4

5% Nov 26
15% Nov 22
?oy, Nov 21
19% Nov 21
8 /■4 Nov 2
94 Nov b
47 A Nov 18
48 A
^o
29% Nov 22
51 A Nov 13
9,a Nov 2
1175 Nov 22

26% Aug
22
Jan

35% Jan
163
Mar

1

84% Nov 1
G7./4 Nov 29
31% Nov 1

6

26 % Nov 22
31 Nov 22
|i % Nov 22

->■*

Noy

22

buys

26
20
11% Nov 29

49% Nov 14
2g7/g Noy 14
35 Nov 6

f

55% Jan
23
Jan

31 /. wov
44 Nov 11

34% Nov 29
Noy
^
53:y4 Nov 15

56% Nov 20
^
_

Noy 14

78% Nov b
36 Nov ^1
1334 Nov g
13Nov 8
^nov o
98% Nov 21
18% Nov 29

NOV

6

97 NOV b
90% Nov 29

90 A Nov 29
47 A

75% Nov 19
84% Nov 22

H4 ,a ^

15% NOV

64% Nov 1
95 A Nov 4
62% NOV o

72 A Nov 4

®9/lN 7
95
13 a N
48 Nov ^
3, Nov j
12

25% Nov 8

31
Nov 29
357/, Nov 11
Nov 21

«4

13 Nov 4

35% Nov 29
^ i
24% Nov 12

24Va nov
2Jy ^ ^
4

^ ^
42y8 Nov 12

32i/4 Nov 15

6 ,a nov
17 Nov 4
22
Nov 4
22 nov 4
ua

54i/z Nov

22% Nov
54
g

1

1

Nov 26
Nov x

1290 nov a

6

40 ,a NOV 3b
33 A Nov ^2
17 A nov <

41% Nov

23% Nov 1

25% Nov 21

Nov 26

ai^a «uv

19% Nov

63 Nov it

2iy

b<,BNov

50

43

Jan
Jan

2

2

^

28% Mar

37% Aug 15
68
July 10

1

55 % Mar

35% Nov 19

p7

51% Aug 13
69% Aug 20
75
Sep 17
25% Aug 29
61% Apr 24
54
Feb
4
41% Aug 23
49% May 21
25% Feb 25
27
Feb 18
34% Aug 16
57 Va Sep
6
58
Oct 16
53% Aug 9

2
11% Jan
53
Jan 21
51% Mar 18
32% Jan
2
28% Jan
2
30% Jan
4
20% Oct
7
30
July 18
51 y« Jan
2

46% Nov 18

/

7
7
2
1
3
2

23% Jan 2
59 y2 Nov 18
2
58 y» Jan

67y4 Nov 1
24 Noy u
56% Nov 8
52
Nov 27
38
Nov 4

«v.

19 A Sale
65% Sale

38% Oct 29
Apr
5
103
Sep
4
34% Nov 12
82
Jun
4
5% Oct
1
41% Nov 13
22% Jun 14

Mar 15
Jan
8
9
97 V'a Jan
2
21 Va Jan
86

12 Nov 11
7% Nov 15

x

Sale
Prices

31

10% Nov 1
9g% Noy ±

2jJ% Nov 26
Noy ^
liya Nov

Price.
Nov

38

Highest

Lowest
Sale
Prices

Nov
Nov
34% Nov
78y4 Now
4% Nov
417/a Nov
21 % Nov

Price.

35% Nov 22

^

High^
Sale

|
^ z 74
if Ie 2I| || 14* NOV || 22J. Nov ||
Sa
5% Sale
5 Nov 26
Nov 7

4 in
5A

53% Sale

Sale

27

6

5
19% Feb
72
Jan 31

21% May
80
Aug

33% Mar

1

38% Jun 21

Jan
10% Mar

2
6

20% Oct 18
15% Sep 18

15

10% Sep
41% NOV

3
6% Jan
25% Mar 19
94 y4 May 7
12%
93
25
82 Va
35%
33%
64
81
12%

Apr 24
Jan
3

5

7

32% May 16
92
Sep 18

2
2

Nov 29

49
Sep
3
43% May 29

Jan
2
Jan 22
Aug 13

85% Apr 15
20% Feb 14

57 y8 Nov 22
92% Nov 20
2
46% Jan
2
58% Jan
2
52% Jan
90
Jan 22
12
Nov 27
43
Nov 22

21% Sep 19
21% Nov 29
11% July 18
20% Mar 25
7y* Jan
2
29
Mar 18
31% July 23
82
Aug 7

12y«Oct 15
*24% July 23
29% Jan 18
29 Va Feb 25
17% Jan 11
18% Jan 11
50!A Mar 20

14% July 12
Jan
2
23% Jan
2
5% Nov 26
31

15 y2 Nov 22
2
25 Va Jan
3
18% Jan
2
8% Jan

85

1

98% Nov 21
4
19% Oct
7
98% Feb

Mar 26

Jan
Jan

3

Jnn

7

3
43 % Jan
4
41 yB Jan
20
Nov 22

25% Jan

2

6
2
7% Jan
1045 Jan 21

*50% Aug

15% Jan 2
38% Sep 30

July

76

5

69 V* Apr 24

98% Apr
9
65 7A Aug 16
73% Sep 20
70% May 13
95
Nov
7
16% Feb 26
,

53% Jan
26

27%
16%
25%
12 V*

Jan
Jan
Jan
Sep
Nov

9
17
29
24
25
19

31% Aug 12
38% Jan 15
85
Feb 27

17% Feb

6
Sep 12
38% Aug 2
37% Oct 31
24% Jan 25
21
Aug 20
62
Aug 29
19% Oct 21
45% Aug 29
34% May 14
9% Sep 16
35

21% Apr 16
31% May 14
28% May 21
5
10% Feb
98% May 10
59
Sep 20
55 V* Jun 25
28%
39%
56%
12V*
1559

May 23
Oct 21
May 2
Jun 12
May 14

22% Oct 25

44% Apr 10

2
2

40
Aug 29
20 V* Sep 13

17% Jan

2

28% May 20

25 yaNov

18

42 y« Jan

130% Jan
4
5y8 July 12
1114% Nov 22
4% July 22
17% Jan
2
59% Jan 7

49% Sep

29% Anr
15% Jan

18
6

7% Oct 18
29% Jan 23
7% Jan 25

21'/, Sep

9

74% Aug 28

Aggregate Sales
in

•November
Shares

100,900 3,096,600
327,400 2,949,700
151,100 2,444,400
12,300
12,300

22,500 1,249,800
86,700 1,226,600
66,300
980,500
76,000 1,497,900
2,000
52,200

45,400
588,500
191,700 1,971,500
11,400
122,100
1,500
19,500
49,600
1,530

681,700
10,680

4,100
46,000
498,900 1,652,700
11,300
39,100

168,900
486;900

11,700
23,300

217,100
362,800
117,600
321,500
267,800
1,732,800

198,000

Price Jan. 2,
1963

Stock Exchange

Opening

STOCKS

Shares

115,200 1,427,700
17,000
225,300

10,700
17,500
28,700

New York

Since
Jan. 1

Par

Texas Eastern Transmn_3.50
a
Texas Gas Transmission
Texas Gulf Producing—33 V3
Texas Gulf Sulphur..
,—•
Texas Instruments Inc
1
When issued
1
Texas Pacific Coal <Se Oil-lO
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
Thompson-Ramo Wooldridge
Common

-

4%

9,300
84,700
10,200
830,100
2,500
33,300
189,300 2,184,500
13,000
135,700
14,800

499,000

17,400
16,500

397,300
714,400
133,000

33.000

42,900

184,200
713,100

60,000
133,500 1,5767600
53,100
1,520
20
1,280
550

1539.800

15,310
390

7,580

4,430
874,200

58,300

98,200 1,626,500
56,400
749,300
35,100
762,200
6,600
98,700

219,600 1,821,100
103,500 1,011,400
800

5,000
64,100

8,800
95,500 1,081,200
29,800
429.500
2,400
133,800
7,300

173,700

63,500 1,006,200
7,400
40,100
13,800
217,200
53,000
991,100

120,500 1,640,000
65,700 1,075,300
9,700
163,800
17,100
23,100

205,600
710,600
389.900

28,600
1,050

444,600
19,030

28,400
240

383,800
2,790

51,200

15,600
39,600
22;900

154.000
580,400
531,300

590

4,010

91,500 1,288,500
500
4,000
20,800
213,000
200
7,900
53.800
751,100
9,700
133,900
29,400
459,000
60

1.040

75,500 1,053,100
4,660
50,310
20,200
143,300
360,500 6,646,300
22,600
645,000
832,700 9,539,300
13,100
19,900
900
24.900
34,400
26,400

144,100

241,000
7,700
378,100
348.200
287,800
531.600

53,800
1,300

35,200
20,500

5,400

20,300
421,900
12,900
187,000
570
4,250
149,300 2,204,600
81,700 1,920,100
88,300 1,016,200
20,200
249,300
25,500
442,200
4,400
95,600
44,900
400,000
6,900
93,300
351,600 2,501,800
80.300 1,080,300
871100
776,800
45,200
2,500

654.400

100,900
For




48%

Sale

68%

17%
51%

17%

27
54

Sale
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Sale
Sale
Sale
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30
32

25%
28 %

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Sale
Sale
Sale

28%

Sale

11

11%

49 %

Sale

46

Nov 22

91

94

92

Nov 19

28%

26% Nov 21
1
24 Va Nov

26%
15%
51Vb
150%
6 Vs

Sale

28%

Sale
Sale
Sale

15
50

5

1

—-1
1

:

Union Electric Co
$4.50 preferred

68

10%
17%
45
136

6%
9%
42%
_....

43%
Sale

45
30 Vb

10

Sale

7%

Sale

203/s

Sale

16

Sale

26%
19%

22%

100'

•
*

82%
77%

$4.00

preferred

-•

25
Union Pacific RR com
10
4%
preferred _r.
10
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 & Carton
•
United-Carr Fastener—2.50
United Corp (Del)
1
United Electric Coal Cos
5
United Eng & Foundry-:
5
United Financial Gorp
1
United Fruit Co
•

—

Sale
Sale

113%

(Sale

27%
101%

91%
80

33%
8%
27 %
23%
32%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

40
9%

51%
107%
102%
28

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

39%

40%

33
16

163/i

30

30%

8%
54%

Sale
Sale

18

Sale

21%

Sale
Saie
Sale
Sale

34%
8%
47%
18%
24%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

21%
38 %

Sale
Sale

26%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

21%

19

17%
1%

47%
33%

U s Borax & Chem com—l
4 % % preferred
TOO
U S & Foreign Securities
1
U S Freight Co
_•
U S Gypsum common
_4
7 Vr preferred
.100
U S Industries Inc com
l

24%
98%
26%

34

8c'r non-cum 1st pfd
100
H S Shoe Corp
_•
U S Smelting Ref & Mng_50

.50
16%

U S Steel Corp com_
7<V preferred
TOO
U S Tobacco Co common—•
!% non-cum preferred_25
U S Vitamin <fc Pharmactl.l
United Utilities—
5

150

Sale
Sale
39%

1

Vanadlum-Allovs Steel Co
5
Vanadium Corp of Amer
1
Van Raalte Co
10
Varian Associates
.1
Vendo Co
_^1.25
Victor Comptometer
1
Va-Car Chem Corp com
1
.

_.

preferred

50

Sale

41% Sale
98% 102
88

Sale
Sale
Sale

22%

18%
1%

35%

31%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

99%
30%
42%
87%
171

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173

9%

Sale

44

47%

42%

Sale

9%
19%
25%
59%

10%

88

46%
170%
29%
86%
70
54%
154%

28%
40%

■

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Sale
Sale
90
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Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

39

-

24%
Sale
37
Sale
160% 162
13%
33%
32%

Sale
Sale
Sale

28%

Sale
40 %
Sale

40

10c
12.80

Sale
39
Sale

6%
7%

35
1

Utah Power «fe Light

Sale

26%
38%
23%

United Whelan Corp
30c
Universal American Corp.25c
Conv preferred
_5

Upjohn Co
Uris Buildings Corp

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

44%
82%
40%
J 61%'
29%
48%
58%
44%

5

2,50

8%

25

—

26

37

54
35 Vb

15%

10
5
U S Playing Card
__5
U S Plywood Corp com
1
3% <"„ pfd series A
100

33%
25%

Sale

8%

45%

77%

20

39%

73%
160%
13%

83

Sale
•Sale
Sale

Sale
99
Sale
Sale
Sale
162
Sale
48
40

39

50

Co_l

Sale
Sale
Sale
92
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

21%

Universal Leaf Tob com
*
8% preferred
100

Sale
Sale

63%

36%

pfd 1st ser..
Universal Cyclops Steel

Sale
Sale

40 %

91%

10

common.

19%

83%
78%
93

United Gas Improvemt
4.50
United Greenfield Corp
_10
United Merch & Mfgs
1
United Park City Mines
1
United Shoe Machinery
25
6% preferred —
_25

Universal Match Corp
Universal Oil Products

Sale

Sale
45%
Sale
Sale

38%

Union Oil of California

693,4
19%
28%
63 Va
20 Vb

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

1493/4
5%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

10

Sale

63

46%
54%
18%
433/4

44%

28%
6%

Sale
Sale

20%
13 Vb

Sale
Sale

Sale

543/4

Sale

—

preferred
preferred

—

53%

20%

$3.70
$3.50

4%% pfd series A___
U S Lines
common4"s% preferred ^
U S Pipe & Foundry Co

47

53%
197/b

45 %

34%
101%

•

Corp

Sale
Sale

Sale

5

com

Conv 2nd

Sale
...

Sale

10

14%

—

__

Sale
Sale
Pale

17%

.1

New common
Union Bag-Camp Paper_6%
Union Carbide Corp
•

29.

Sale
94 Va

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

6%
6%
38%
25 %

Sale

28 %

15%
32%
48

38%

Sale

36%

28

28%

32

13%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

13%
28%

33%
26%
9
40

40%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

36%
Sale
162 % 163

20%

28

22
22
26
22
Nov
6

50 Va
93

21 Va
65 Va

58%

22
22

10%

Sale
Sale
Sale

(Therj

New
commonUnilever N V—

page

10% Nov 21

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

10%

20%
29%
61%

58 Vb
20%

69% Nov 22
68% Nov 1

25%
10%

Sale
Sale

Nov 22
Nov 22

Sale

39
29%

25 Va

26%

NOV 22

21%
26%

37%

Sale
Sale

53%
18

Nov 22
NOV
1

20%
53%
33 %
38 %
28%
18%
24

54

25 %
71

Unarco Industries5
Unilever Ltd Am dep rets ord

see

39%
42 %
29%
23%

23%

Sale
Sale

1
2

Sale

19%
44
58 %
16
84

Sale"
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

28
32%

•

Sale
Sale
Sale
sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

20th Century-Fox Film
Twin Industries Corp

footnotes,

Sale

29
25

preferred
50
Tung-Sol Electric Co com 1
5% pfd series of 1957
50

prior

92%

Sale

$2.50

5 9c

Sale

29%

Tri-Continental Corp com

preferred

Sale

17

Sale

46%
59%
19%
89%
71

29%

2
4%% conv preferred__100
Transitron Electronic Corp_l
Transwestern Pipeline Co
1

lc/r

58%

20

22 Vb
25

Corp com

U S Rubber Co

Sale

Sale

Torrington Co
Tractor Supply Co

United Gas

Sale

44

89%

Thor Power Tool Co——•
Tidewater Oil Co com__—10
$1.20 preferred--25
Timken Roller Bearing
*
Tishman Realty & Const—1
Toledo Edison Co (The)
5

Udylite Corp

20%

88%

Transamerica

513,500

->

Sale
41%
Sale
Sale
Sale

Bid

523/4

906,700

42,500

16%
41%
41%
14%
63%

or
Ask

——5

-

Trane Co (The)
Trans World Airlines Inc
Trans-World Financial Co

105,100
67,800 1,002,000
38,600
526,200

Bid

Opening

20
17

12%
77 %
85

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

KANGI SINCE JAN. I

—PRICES IN NOVEMBER—
Nov. 29
Lowest
Closing or
Sale
Bid
Ask
Prices

—100

.

preferred

444,000

24,300
45,800
J.6,500

or
Ask

Nov. 1

Sale

'

19%

38%
38
112

26%
100%
81 %

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

82%

76

77

92
80%

Sale

41%
9%

Sale
Sale

18%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
163/4
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

23%

Sale

21%

Sale
Sale

33%
24%
40%
46

101%
88

21%
31%
16%
33 %

8%
48%

37%
25%
20 %
18%
1%
54%
35%
29%
98

30%
41%
87%
168
9

43%
39%
9%
18%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
35%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
170

Sale
46

45%
168 %

Sale
10%
Sale
Sale
Sale
91%
Sale
Sale

28 %

Sale

85%
69%

Sale
Sale
Sale

24"%
62%
89

53%
152%

Sale

27%

Sale

41
27
39

42%

6%
6%
27%
25 %

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
383i
Sale

27%
35 Va

Sale
Sale

161

14%
30 y8

47 %
19
36%

30%
13%
28

18%
16%
12%

Sale

77

85%

84%

162

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
86

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale
Prices

Sale

Sale
PriMt

20% Nov
47
Nov
60% NOV
19% Nov
95% Nov

Prices
11

20

14
29
8
76% Nov 12

68% Nov

4

27% Nov
57

1
NOV 18
NOV
1
NOV
1
Nov 19
Nov
4
Nov 14

39%
42 %
31%
24%
27 %
10% Nov 18
52 Vb Nov

12

6% Nov 29

93 Vb Nov 21
29% Nov 4
34% Nov 27
8
25 Va Nov
4
73% Nov
1
20% Nov
29% Nov 19
64% Nov 15
1
21% nov
1
65 Va Nov
29% Nov 18
16
Nov
1
52
Nov 15
152% Nov 18
4
6% Nov
6
10% Nov
47% Nov 12
55
Nov 26
.21% Nov 14
45 Va Nov 11
4
31 Va Nov
6
'7% Nov

Nov 22

21% Nov 20

25
63

Nov 19
Nov 22

19
Nov
28 % Nov
60 % Nov
18% Nov
60
Nov
21
Nov
14
Nov
49
Nov
149% Nov

26
13

6
26
22
22
22
22
29
5
Nov 22
9% Nov 22
42 % Nov 22
53 Va Nov
8
18 Va Nov
7
43 Va Nov 19
20
Nov 22

20

12% Nov 22
25% Nov
6
19% Nov 26

Nov
1
26% Nov 15
20
Nov 18

37% Nov 26
36% Nov 18

39
Nov
40% Nov

110% Nov
26% Nov
100 % NOV
81% Nov
76
Nov

35

7

15
22
21
G
4

27

19
27
Nov 22
Nov
8
Nov 22
Nov 26
Nov
6
Nov
4
Nov
8
Nov 22
Nov 12

Nov 29
28% Nov 20
39% Nov 22
84% Nov 22
167
Nov 20
8% Nov 21
7
42% Nov
98

37% Nov 22
9% Nov 18
Nov 22

24% Nov 20
1
593/4 Nov
89

Nov

6

41% Nov 22
166% Nov 20
27

83
68
45%
1523/a
27%

40%
26%
38 %

Nov 19
Nov 27

Nov 22
Nov 22
Nov 20
Nov 27
NOV
6
Nov 26
Nov 27
Nov
6
Nov 26

6%
6%
37% Nov 21
Nov

1

25
25 % Nov 22

33% Nov 19
161 % Nov 20
Nov 22
13
28% Nov 22
45% Nov 22
NOV 22
18
Nov 12
36

29%
11%
26%
15%
15 Ve

Nov 26
Nov 22
Nov 26
Nov 22
Nov 22
Nov 22

11
73 % Nov 18
80% Nov 18

83

Nov

78% Nov
92
NOV
80% Nov
413/'a Nov
9% Nov
34
NOV
26
Nov
42% Nov
46
NOV
105
Nov
89
NOV
23 % Nov
33% Nov
17% Nov
341/4 Nov
8% Nov
48% Nov
19% Nov
24% Nov
22 % Nov
38% Nov
27
Nov
21% Nov
19% Nov

1
5

8
8
29
1
12
7

20
29
21
12
15
18
20
1
1

29
1

1

12
12
1
12
14

4
1% Nov
55% Nov 11

35% Nov 13
31%
99 %
30%
42%
90%
171%

Nov 20
1
NOV
Nov
1
1
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

8

7
1
9%
4
443/4 Nov
42 3/8 Nov
1
6
9% Nov
19% Nov
4
25% Nov
1
-633,4 Nov 12
89% Nov 15
47% Nov
8
174% Nov 12
4
29% Nov
7
102% Nov

NOV
54% Nov
154% Nov

4
1

28% Nov

4

77

7

Nov 11
42
29% Nov 13
7
340% Nov
1
6% Nov
7
Nov 13
39

Nov
8
25% Nov 29
1
28% Nov
37
NOV
4
163
Nov 13
15% Nov 14
32% Nov 12
8
50% Nov
1
20% Nov
37% Nov 19

32 Vb Nov

1

4
14% Nov
28 % Nov
1
20% Nov 14

Nov
1
13% Nov 13
17

78

Nov

84% Nov

■4

1
7

11

May 22
11

Jun
Nov
Oct
Nov
Nov

29
23

12
12

32% Sep 23
3
583A Sep
40% Oct 29
43
Oct 29
35 % Apr 30
4
29% Jan

30% May 31
14
Feb 18
60 Vb May

8
93% Oct 23
33% Feb 13
34% Nov 27
25% Mar 20
73% Nov
4
22

Sep 24

30% Sep 20
3

733/4 July

29% May
76% Apr
29 % Nov
22 Va Apr
54% Aug
161 Vb Sep
7% Jan
12% Apr
49 Va Sep
55% May
28% May

Nov 22

14

44% Jan
133%
3%
9%
42%
53 Vb
143/4
43 3/a

3

Feb
Aug
Mar
Mar

4

8
1
4
8

Nov

Jan
2
Aug 15
20
Jan
2
6% Nov 29

17 Vb
8 Vb
21%
$19 %

Jan
2
Jan
3
Jan 29
Nov 26

$37% Nov 26
34

July

1

100

21

40%
02%
193/a
97%
76%
76%

3

58% Jan

101% Nov

1

20% Nov

18% nov 26
60
Nov 22
10% Jan 31

26

29% Nov 27

18

89% Jan 11
26 % Nov 21
19% Mar 4
243/4 Mar 13
53% Jan
2
16% Apr 26
253/4 Mar 1

2

Nov 29

1%
53%

Nov 22

46

1

34% Nov 22
1
41% Nov

243/4
19%
18%

10 Ya Nov 21

lOO3,^ Jan

24

36%

2
25% Jan
18% Sep 26
6
24
Nov

$263/4 July

6

31%

21%
21

17% Jan
3
50% Jan 24
29 % Mar 21
32
Jan
2

26

Nov 22
Nov 26

Nov
99
87 % Nov
19% Nov
30% Nov
15% Nov
Nov
33
8% Nov
46% Nov
18 3/8 Nov

1

2

4
41% Jan
2
13% Mar 26
57
Apr
5
69% Nov 22
47% Jan
2

4
1153/4 Nov 14
27% Nov
6

20
Nov
91
7
75 % Nov 22
,38% Nov 22
9

16

16% Jan
41 % Mar

2
Jan
81 % NOV 21
75% Jan 25
1
89% Oct
59% Jan 25
2
33 % Jan
2
83/4 Jan
2
26% Jan
2
23% Jan
3
31 % Jan
40% Oct 10
95% Oct 25

85% Oct
173/4 Aug.
30% May
15% Nov
29
Jan
8
Jan
46 % Nov
173% Aug
20% Mar
20
Oct
35% Mar
21% Jan

21

20
1
6
28
2
19
16
19
9

14
2

13

15
July 1

50
37

Jur

11

Jan 22

3

23 Va Apr

18
17% Oct 18
27Va Aug 26

20

Nov 18

40% Oct
42
Sep
115 3/i Nov
29 3/b Sep

8
20
14

3

102 3/4 May 17
85% Sep
3
82
Mar 14

95
Jan 14
83% Aug 29
42
May 21
93/4 Oct 14

35% Jun 12
4
32% Jun
43% Jun 24

53% Jan

8

Jan 18
2
102% Jan
32
Feb 21
40% Jan 10
31
Jan 10
112

38% Aug 27
8% Aug 30
59
20

Jan 21
Jan 30

4
29% Sep
30 Vb Apr 22

4
39% Sep
28
Sep 30
233/4 May 16

19

Jan

17%
1 Vb
47%
33%

Aug 12
Jan
2

19 Vb Jan 30

July 15

56% Oct 18

Jun 28

36

24% Jan

2

1

24
18
15
16
4
24
3
6

2

1% Apr

5

Mar 18

32 % May 23
100
July 19
33% Sep
4
4
47 Va Sep

Nov 29
3
Jan
36% Feb 11
2
73
Jan
4
161% Jan
1
8% Oct
7
42 Va Nov
37 % Nov 22
3
8% Jan
2
15% Jan
243/a Nov 20
3
423/4 Jan
4
81% Jan
2
40 % Jan
2
161% Jan
26"% May 28
48 Va Jan
2
56
Jan 10
2
43 % Jan

49"% Aug 26
1743/4 Nov 12
3
33 Va Sep
113% Sep 13
87% Sep 12
57% Oct 17

2

157% Mar 28

2
26% Jan
4
38% Jan
23 Va Feb 25
353/4 Apr 18
6
May 6
6% Nov 26
37% Nov 21
24% Oct 21
243/4 Jan
2
33% NOV 19
160% Jan
3

31% May 14

98
26

_

150

Jan

.

13

Nov 22

28% Nov 22
32% Jan
2
16% Mar 20
36
Nov 12

28% Jan
113/4 Nov
26% Mar
15 Va Nov
15 VB Nov
8% July

3
22
1
22
22
22
39% Jan 22
53
Jan
2

8
90 % Nov
7
171 % Nov
153/4 Jan 29
50% May 9
493/4 Jun
7
4
10 Vb Oct
20% Aug 16
27% Feb
4

633/4 Sep 24
89 Va Jun

42

31%
41%
8%
9%
41 %
25%

14

Nov 11
3
Sep
May 7
Jan 25
Feb 14

4
Sep
4
Sep
33% Apr 15
40
Aug 30
166 Va Sep
5

20% Jun 13
8
42% Jan
50% Oct 21
24% Jun 18

41% Apr

4

36% Apr 16
15% Oct 17
4
30% Jun
37 V« Jan

14

32% Jan 23
13 Va Nov 13
81% Sep
3
87 % Sep 17

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

December, 1963
New York

Aggregate Salas
November

Sinee
Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

99.200

1210

$649 200
13 735

200
100

3,900
2,690

310
11,000

6 460

1891600

59 400

822,200

31,100

645,500

470
510

10,800

3,240
8,220
290,500
87,600

13 300

t40 400

in

*120

2,*230

21,100

4*700
57,900

164/700
365,400

67,400

502,400

8.40O

1790

134,500
18 700

30,100

295T00

61,700

830,900

10,800

116,700

«fnr>k

1963

Nov. 1

Opening or

crrArirc

SJLOCKo

Par
com—*
-100

Opening or

Virginia Elec & Pwr

preferred
$4.04 preferred

$5

Bid

—

110

100

.

90

94

100
100

$4.20 preferred
$4 12 preferred

$4!80 preferred

92%

—

Sale
91
95
93

104% 105
22
Sale
19
Sale

100

Von's Grocery Co
1
Vornado Inc
10c
Vulcan Materials Co com—1
6%%
preferred
100
Wabash RR 4%% pfd
100
Wagner Electric'Corp
15
Waldorf System.
•
Walgreen Co
5

Ask

10% Sale
104% 105
85

20
6%

Sale
Sale
7%

—

Sale
26% 27
7
Sale
54%

Walker (Hiram) G & W
•
Wallace & Tiernan Inc__50c
Walworth Co
2.50
Ward Baking Co common
1
5%% preferred
TOO
Warner Bros Co
•
Warner Bros Pictures
1.25
Warner Co
10

7%
66
—

14
29%

7%

Sale
—

Sale

Sale

29

STOCKS

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price Jan. 2,

Fwrhanffe

—

Bid

42%

108%

91

95

Ask

Sale

Sale

92%
95%

94% 95%

104% 106
25% Sale
22Ve Sale
11%
105

Sale
Sale
83% 84
20% Sale
7% Sale
23% Sale

53%

Sale

27% Sale
5%
8%

61%

Sale

Sale

Sale

Nov. 29
Closing or
Bid Ask
42% Sale
109
Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

93%
93%

90% Nov 21
92% Nov 20
94% Nov 19

93% Nov 14

104 105
26
Sale
20% Sale

104% Nov 12
25% Nov 22
17% Nov 22

88% 91
92%
91%

11%
106
83%

Sale
Sale
84

9%
23

Sale
Sale

20%

Sale

54% Sale
28% Sale
7%

7%
56

Sale
Sale

57%

26% Sale
106
Sale
69% Sale
41% Sale
36% Sale
47% Sale
37% 38
35
Sale
9% Sale

26% Sale
105% 106
69% Sale
41% Sale
36
Sale
47% Sale
38
Sale
34% 35
9% Sale

13%
29%

Sale
Sale

Highest

Lowest

Prices
42% Nov 1
110% Nov 18

31% Sale

Sale

Highest

Prices
41% Nov 6
108% Nov 26

32
Sale
14% Sale
28%

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest

11% Nov 22
105 Nov 1
83% Nov 4
20% Nov 7
7% Nov 7
22% Nov 27
53% Nov 1

27% Nov
5% Nov

7

58

95
Nov 6
94% Nov 19

93

Jan

105% Nov

6

Nov
Nov
84 Nov
21% Nov
9% Nov
24 Nov

4
29
14

10% Jan
104
Jan

Sale

Prices
14

47
113

May
Jan
98% Aug
99% May
97
July

23

21
20
3

104% Oct

27
22%
11%
10614

Nov 6
Nov 19

13

29
11

55% Nov 12

29% Nov 4

1

7% Nov 29

1

7
21 Jan 16
18% Mar 22

13
10

21
20
17

106% Apr

5

28% May 14
29% Jun 11

2
4

14%
108
87
25%
9%
25

50% July 29
23% July 25

56%
29%

79 July 18
19% Jan 2
6% Mar 6
$22% Nov 27

Apr 24
Aug 21
Jan 10
May 13
Nov 29
Sep 23
Jun 5
Nov 4
Feb 11
May 24
Jun 17

1

34 Nov
14% Nov

5% Oct 8
6% May 3
58
Nov 26

1
1

17% Feb 20
Mar 11

Nov 15
16% Jun 17
31
July 10

27% Nov
107% Nov
69% Nov
41% Nov
37% Nov
49% Nov
38% Nov
35 Nov
10% Nov

8
14
1

23% Jan .2
103
Feb 14

29% Apr 8
110
May 14

Nov 22

79
Sep 23
42% Sep 20
40% May 28
51
Feb
1
40% May 22

8% Nov
62 Nov

Nov 15

Nov 26

29% Nov 6
13 Nov 22
28% Nov

Prices
$40% Oct
108% Sep
90% Nov
92% Nov

4

30

1

Nov 14

8%

9

76%

34

12% Mar 20

25

Warner Lambert

148,100 2,088,760
2,600
60,400
29,600
133,100
21,500
162,900
9,900
134,500
12,900
197,100
1,800
35,600
1,700
34,900
47,500
309,000
14,100
222.300
40.200
235,200
45,500
451,900
3,100
114,900
1,580
12,920
20
1.240
100
1,350
54,000
821,200
240
4,750
97,800 1,089,700
48,900
781.500
17,200
237.200
400
25,300
19,000
235,400
156,600 3,390,400
64,000
599,400
404,100 4,875,900

3,200
20

27,500
130

-

377,400
17,930

27,000
1,000

59,800 1,054,500
300
23,200
17,200
107,300
95,100
130

$837,700
4,130

12,600

193,900

400

8,100

1,500
10,200
3,700
11,100

10,900
121,800

11,900
43,000

113.500
$13,900
568,300
348,800
18,200
114,000
605,500

49,300

$292,200

60

2,100

9,700
35,300

86,700
386,700

5,400
89,600
53,700
500
4,900
4,600

134,200
927,100
613,800
6,320
69,600
147,700

35,800
41,600
800

.

Pharmaceutical com
$4 conv preferred-

1

100

24%

104%

1

33

*
*

5

36%
47%
31%
30%

*

Washington Gas Light .
Washington Water Power
Waukesha Motor Co
Wayne Knitting Mills.
Webb (Del E) Corp

—

•

Warner & Swasey Co
Warren (S D) Co

__

5

1
Welch Scientific Co
1
Wesco Financial Corp
1
West Kentucky Coal Co
4
West Penn Pwr 4%% pfd_100
4.20% pfd series B
100
4.10% pfd series C_—100
West Va Pulp & Paper
5
4%% preferred
100
Western Air Lines Inc
1
Western Bancorporation
2
Western Maryland com
•
4% non-cum Znd pfd
40
Western Pacific RR
•
Western Union Teleg
2.50
Westinghouse Air Brake__10
Westinghouse Elec com—6.25

3

WelbiltCorp

preferred ser B-100
Wheeling & Lake Erie
100
wheeling Steel common __10

preferred
*
Whirlpool Corp common
5
4%% conv preferred—_80
White Dental Mfg (S S)—20
White Motor Co common—1
5%% preferred
100
White Sewing Machine
1
Prior preference
20
$3 conv preferred
50

New
Wilcox
Wilson
$4.25

common

Oil Co
& Co common

10,300

84,100

53,900

889,200

76,200
497,300
415,900 3,416,700

—

95
91
31

96

92%
Sale

100
101
31% Sale
33% Sale

19

28
29%

26%
25%
32

88

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

88%

109% 114
27% Sale
92
92%
35% Sale
77
78
34
Sale
—

101

6%
21%
39

18%

36

—

102%
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

—

preferred
Windsor Industries Inc—10c
Winn-Dixie Stores Inc
—1

—

26%
38%
87

Sale
Sale
Sale

6%
27%

Wisconsin Electric Power—

564,000 3,142.500

Sale
—

9%
102% Sale

*
*

10

6% preferred
100
Wisconsin Pub Serv Corp.10
Witco Chemical Co Inc
5
Woodward Iron Co
10

—

9%

5

Common

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

__

1
5
2.50

White Stores Inc
Wickes Corp

—

—

3.80%

$5

Sale
Sale

—

129

44%
28
24%
64

Sale
Sale
—

130

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
86

3
13

40%
12%
100
94

92%
42%
101
70%
42%

37%
89%

114%
31%
98%
55
88%
53%
30%
104%
9%
25
46%
14%
46
22%
31%
37%
90
9
29%

90%

119
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
26
47
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

45% Sale
3814 Sale

28% Sale
75% Sale
35% Sale
92% 93
9914 Sale
9% Sale

84%
104%

5
Xerox Corp
1.25
Young (L A) Spg & Wire—5

9%

10%

157%

Sale

369

25%
85 %
18%

Sale

Youngstown Sheet & Tube_*
Youngstown Steel Door
•

34
128
31%

Zenith Radio Corp

55%

Sale

82%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

21% Sale
29% 30
37% Sale
32% Sale
28% Sale
36% Sale
87%

114%
30%
99
52
89
47
30%
104
9%
25%
48
13%

23%

27%
131%

26%

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

95%
92% 93
41
Sale
101
110%
71% Sale
40% Sale
94

28% Sale
133
135

100
•

1

Sale
Sale

38%
12%
99%

29%

4%% prior preferred
Wrigley (Wm) Jr

Sale

95

Sale
Sale

3

13%

Sale
Sale
91

10
10

Wyandotte Worsted Co

Sale
12%
Sale
95%

20% Sale
29% 30%
35% Sa e
33% Sale
29% Sale

Woolworth (F W) Co
Worthington Corp com

Sale

Sale
Sale

88 %

117%
Sale
Sale

Sale
94
Sale

Sale
105

Sale
26%
Sa e
Sale
—

Sale

Sale

35% Sale
88% 90%
8% 9
29% Sale

44%

42
27%
79%
37%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

9214 93
97% Sale

9
374%
33

126%
33%
80

9%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

24% Nov 22
105% Nov 6

64 Nov 22
39% Nov 26
35% Nov 27
47 Nov 22
37 Nov 8

34% Nov 22
8% Nov 22

2% Nov 8
12% Nov 7
35 Nov 22
12% Nov 4
98% Nov 8
94% Nov 6
92% Nov 18
39 Nov 22
99% Nov 7
65 Nov 22
38 Nov 22
19% Nov 6
29% Nov 21
35% Nov 1
29% Nov 22
28% Nov 22
32% Nov 22
87% Nov 27
114% Nov 11
28% Nov 22
98% Nov 29
51 Nov 22
88% Nov 1
44 Nov 22
28 Nov 22

104

8%
25%
46%
13%
44%
22%

Nov 22

Nov 26
Nov 21
Nov 6
Nov 22
Nov 1
Nov 1

2614 Nov 26
34% Nov 22
89 Nov 18

3

42% Nov

23
30%
38
34%

74% Nov 1
35% Nov 1
89% Nov 22

96% Nov 19

9
330

1

13

1
22
15

6
18
1

15

8
1

Nov 14

Nov 11
Nov 19

Nov 4
114% Nov 11
31% Nov 4
100% Nov 18
90

55% Nov 1
90 Nov 18
53% Nov 1

31%
105%
9%
26%
48
14%
48
24%

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

31% Nov
37% Nov

4
6
4
11

13

1
15
18
1
1

90
Nov 4
9% Nov 14
30 Nov 1

v

4414 Nov 29
37% Nov 6
27% Nov 29

11
21
1
13

Nov 8
30% Nov 15
37% Nov 1

8% Nov 20
27% Nov 26

27% Nov 29
131% Nov 29

Nov

15% Nov
40% Nov
12% Nov
101 Nov
94% Nov
92% Nov
43 Nov
101% Nov
72% Nov

1
19

28% Nov 1
133 Nov 4
45% Nov 4
43% Nov 18
2814 Nov 1
80% Nov 15
38

Nov 21

92% Nov 6
100% Nov 14

Nov 21
Nov 21
32% Nov 26

9% Nov 14
403
Nov 15

28 Nov 22
72% Nov 22

34% Nov 11

120

Nov 22

34% Nov 19
128% Nov 1
83

Nov

1

64
32

Jan

3

33% Mar 4
47
Nov 22
31% Jan 2
30% Feb 5

35
Sep
9
13% Aug 22

8% Nov 22
2% Nov 8
12% Oct 8

35
Nov 22
9
Mar 11
98% Nov 8
94% Jan 14
91% Jan 14
30% Jan 2
99% Nov 7
28
Jan 8
31% jan 17
i8% Jan 2
28
Jan 2
29
Jan 2

25% Jun 25
25
jan
31'/a Jan

2

2
86% Apr 19

no
27
92

Feb 15
jan

2

Jan 3
35% Jan 7
77
jan 4
337/, Jan 4
$27% July 22
100
Jun 25
6% Jan 2
21% Jan 2
39
Jan 2
13% Nov 22
34
July 24
$22% Nov 1
25% Mar 6
34% Nov 22
87
Jan 2
6% Jan 2
26% Mar 1
$27% Nov 29
129% Oct 4
42% Jan 30
28
24%
62%
26%

Jan 2
Jan 3
Feb 5
Jan 2
85
Jan 7
96% Jun 28
9
Nov 21
146% Jan 24
25% Jan 2
84% Jan 2
18% Jan 2
51

Mar

6

3% May

-

8

21% Jan
53% Apr
13% Oct
106% Feb
98
Mar
94% Mav
45% Oct
103
Mar
72% Oct
43% Sep
24% Aug
32% Jun
39% Jun

23
15

17
15
12
17
17
4
29
12

29
3

3

85%'Oct 23
32
May 16
41% Oct 11
90% Oct 30

116% Sep 11
35% Sep 6
101% May 27
55% Nov l
90
Nov 18
56
Qct 31
34% Sep 25
107
Jun 10
10% Aug 14
29% Aug 13
48
Nov 13
19% Jan 15
48% Oct 25
24% Nov 18
37% Sep 13
44

Jun 13

93% Feb 12
9% Mar 28
32% Sep 6
32%
136%
47
43%

May 17
Apr
8

29'4
80%
38
94
107

Sep 16
Nov 15
Nov 21

12
403

Mar 29
Nov 15

May 13
Nov 18

July 18
Jan 25

37% Sep 17
128% Nov 1
34% Nov 11
84% Oct 28

•No par value.
tCorrected volume. ^Companies in receivership. §Transferred from ASE to NYSE in 1963. High and low is combination of both
Exchanges. Volume shown Is Big Board trading only, a Deferred delivery sale, r Cash sale, wd When distributed. wiWhen Issued, x Ex-cUvidend.
y Ex-rights.
tThe volume of trading* and range of sale prices published here, is simply the trading and range for the new shares since this issue
was either split, or since new stock was issued in connection with
a stock dividend. The range and volume for the old shares can he
found in the back issues of the BANK AND QUOTATION RECORD, in the month when the issue was removed from
trading.

1963 STOCK DIVIDENDS
Basis of
Name of

Issuer

ACF Industries, Inc.
Amerada Petroleum Corp.
American Enka

Corp.
American Sugar Co.
Formerly Amer Sugar Refining
Beam (James B.) Distilling

Date When

Split or

Admitted

AND/OR SPLITS-UPS

Stock Dividend

Two-for-one
Two-for-one
Two-for-one

Two-for-one
Five-for-four

to Trading

Aug 30 wi
May 7 wi
Mar 19 wi

Basis of

Name of Issue

International Utilities
Iowa Electric Light & Power
Kansas City Power & Light
Kellogg Company

Apr 22 wi
Aug 13 wi
Feb 25 wi
Oct 2 wi
May 2 wi
Apr 17 wi

Lockheed Aircraft Corp.

Long Island Lighting Co.

Beatrice Foods Co.

Four-for-three

Bristol-Myers Co.
Buckeye Pipe Line Co.
Chrysler Corporation

Two-for-one
Two-for-one
Two-for-one

Cincinnati Gas & Electric
Cleveland Electric Illuminating

Two-for-one

Apr 25 wi

Magna Copper Co.
McCall Corporation
Nevada Power Co.
Oklahoma Gas & Electric
Orange & Rockland Utilities

Two-for-one

Colgate-Palmolive Co.

Five-for-four

May 20 wi
Jun 19 wi

Pendleton Tool Industries
Potomac Electric Power Co.

Collins & Aikman
Consolidated Cigar Corp.
Deixa Air Lines, Inc.

Two-for-one

Electric Storage Battery
Emerv Air Freight Corp.

Three-for-two
Two for-one

Empire District Electric
Eversharp, Inc.

Three-for-two
Two-for-one
Five-for-four
Three-for-two
100% in stock

Financial Federation
Gardner-Denver Co.
General Finance Corp.
General Steel Industries
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Haves Industries. Inc.
Hoover Ball & Bearing Co.
Houston Lighting & Power

Inspiration Consolidated Copper
International Mining Corp.




Two for-one
50% in stock

in stock
25% in stock
100%

stock
Two-for-one
Three-for-one
50%

in

Two-for-one
Three-for-one

Aug 6 wi
Nov 27 wi
Feb 5 wi

Qct

3 wi

Nov 29 wi
Nov 12 wi
Sep 20 wi
Mar 12 wi
Jan 18 wi

July 29 wi
Feb 5 wi
Jan 29 wi
Mar 12 wi
July 10 wi
Apr 26 wi

Apr 23 wi
Jan 25 wl

Purolator Products, Inc.

Raybestos-Manhattan, Inc.
Red Owl Stores. Inc.
Seagrave Corporation
Sealright-Oswego Falls
Singer Company

Sterling Drug, Inc.
Sunshine Biscuits. Inc.
Texas Instruments
Unilever, Ltd.
Unilever, N. Y.
Union Electric Co.
Virginia Electric & Power
Walgreen Company
White Motor Co.

Wickes Corporation
Wisconsin Electric Power Co.

Split

or

Stock Dividend

Date When

Admitted

Two-for-one

to Trading
May 10 wi
May 15 wi

Two-for-one

Dec 31 1962 wi

Two-for-one

Two-for-one

Two-for-one

Aug 12 wi
Jun 18 wi
Apr 17 wi
May 14 wi
Nov
6 wi
Apr
5 wi
Mar 7 wl
May 28 wi

Three-for-two
Two-for-one

Apr 24 wi
Apr 17 wi

Three-for-one

Two-for-one
Two-for-one

Hep 25 wi
Apr
3 wi
Jan 22 wi

Two-for-one
50% in stock

Mav29wi
Jan 28 wi

Two-for-one
Three-for-one
Two-for-one
Five-for-four
Four-for-three
Four-for-three

Feb 18 wi
May 14 wi

33%% in stock
Two-for-one

Three-for-one

Three-for-two
Three-for-two
Two-for-one

Two-for-one

Three-for-two
Two-for-one
Two-for-one

Two-for-one
Two-for-one

Apr 16 wi
Nov
7 wi

Sep
Sep
Apr
Apr

16 wi
16 wi
22 wl
18 wi
Sep 19 wi
Jun 7 wl

Oct 25 wi
Apr 22 *ri

30

American Stock Exchange
Monthly and Yearly Record
STOCK AND BOND PRICES FOR NOVEMBER

RANGE OF

in the month's range unless they are the only

American

in
November

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

6,900

CTAPITC

75,100
132,200
26,400
89,700
236,200

5,200

2,900
5,700
17,600
6,500

Par

Aberdeen Petroleum cl A

1

Acme Hamilton Mfg Corp.lOc
Acme Missiles &
Construction Corp cl A_25c
Acme Precision Products—1
Acme Wire Co
10
ADG Liquidatg Mfg Corp.lOc
Admiral Plastics Corp.:
10c
Aero Flow Dynamics Inc
1

88,800

1

28,300

445,400

Aerojet-General Corp

10,800

118,100

38,100
1,200

420,100

Aeronca Mfg Corp
1
Aerosol Techniques Inc—lOc
Aid Invest & Discount Inc.l
Aileen Inc
1
Airport Parking Corp of

31,900

1,700
750

8,700
650

14,600
30

5,500
59,600
28,600
27,600
1,400
19,200
400

15,300
34,100
15.700
3,800
6,700

81,100
240,200

America class A
•
Ala Power Co 4.20% pfd_100
Alan Wood Steel Co com.10
5% preferred
100
Alaska Airlines Inc
1

20,500
5,600
143,500
5,141
55,900

Algemene Kunstzijde Unle—
Amer dep rets Amer shs

44,420
81,300
778,700
517,200
364,100
18,900
357,300
9,100
72,000
326,500
102,200

All Amer Engineer'g Co—10c
All-State Properties Inc
1

Alleghany Corp warrants
Allegheny Airlines Inc.:

41,600
5,900
302,300
19,200
34,000
3,900
95,200 1,162,000
170,800
10,800
291,100
29,000
64,600
4,300
25,100
1,200
59,600
2,900
2,800
2,800

Anglo-Lautaro

620,200
32,900

Corp
2.40

Angostura-Wupperman

1

Chemical Co
Anthony Pools Inc

1

Ansul

Apache Corp

Apollo

1,220

28,500

411,800
49,500 1,000,600

Argus

X

.1.25

5

Industries Inc

Appalachian Power—
4%% preferred

24,500

100

50c

Inc

Arkansas Louisiana Gas_2.50
Arkansas Power <fc Light—
4.72%
preferred
100
Armour & Co warrants
Arrow Electronics Inc
1
Asamera Oil Corp Ltd
40c
Associated Baby Services—•
Associated Elec Industries.—
Amer dep rets reg—_„_£1

4,175

3,600
83,600
1,300
30,100
37,100 1,419,000
4,600
112,900

5,300
71,200

80,500
2,900
172,000 2,426,300
85,100
7,000
31.500

208,400
224,500

116.300
16,500
10.400

756,600
216,600
49,400

2,300

47,800

28,400
18,700

433,000
231,800

49,900

658,600

84,000 1,361,900
70.400
427,500
218,400
11,300
17,400
19,000

324,500
364,200

8.700
9,300
9,500

101,600
86,000

4,100
150

84,900
11,650

2,000

20,300

1,100
6,700

356,000
115,700

84,200
38.600

242,900
157,600

7,200
127.900

140.700

202,900

Associated. Food Stores.
Assoc Laundries of Amer

1
1

Associated Oil & Gas Co—lc
Associated Products Inc
1
Assoc Testing Laborat's_10c
Astrex Inc
33Vac
Astrodata Inc
_—

Atco Chem-Indus Prod
10c
Atico Financial Corp__
1
Atlantic Coast Line Co
•
Atlantic Research Corp
I
Atlantic Thrift Centers Inc_l
Atlas Consol Mining &
Development Corp_10 pesos
Atlas Corp warrants
—
Atlas General Industries—1
Atlas Sewing Centers
Audio Devices Inc
Aurora Plastics Corp

Inc—1

—10c
1
Automatic Radio Mfg Co
1
Automatic Steel Products—1
Avien Inv L___.
10c
Avis Industrial Corp
5
Avondale Corp
—10
Ayshlre Collieries Corp
3
-

Bailey & Selburn Oil & Gas

For

544,600

footnotes,




46V*

Sale

Class A
1
Baker Industries
1
Baldwin-Montrose Chemical
Common
50c
Conv preferred
•
Baldwin Securities Corp
lc
Banff Oil Ltd
50c

see

page

96.

2%

3% Sale

10%

4%

Sale
4%

—

—

17%
88%
12%

Sale
90%
Sale

62% 64%
3%

Sale

56
4%

Sale

2%

7%
5%

Opening or
Bid

Sale
Sale

2%

Sale

2%
3%
7

Sale
3%
Sale
Sale
Sale

3%

7%
7%

Sale
Sale

4%
3%
47%

Sale
3%
Sale

2%
18%

Sale
Sale

3%
15 %

Sale
Sale

13%
90%
19%
77%
3%
71 Va

7%

4%
9%
2%

7%

Sale
Sale

4

7

8
8

7%

4%

Sale
—

46%

Sale

19
41

18%

Sale

77

78
Sale

Sale

3%

72%

73
4Vs

4%
Sale
Sale
Sale
10

Sale
8%
8 V.
Sale

6%

Sale

Sale

3%
4

Sale
Sale

3

6%
4%
7%
2%
8
9 Vs

Sale

12%
11%

11%

12%

Sale

4%

4%

5

13%
11%

3

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
—

3%

12

24%
2%

Sale

Sale

25%
3
—

—

7%

Sale
Sale

97

11%

28%

Sale

Sale

102%

99

26%
2%

25
2

4%

Sale

12
21%
5 Vs
9%
9

Sale

98

4%
33%

22 Vs
Sale

2%
11%
13%
11%

8%

6%
%

13%

A

11%
13%
4%
4%

Sale
13%

12%
27%

Sale
%

3
6

Sale

33%

Sale

31% NOV 22

102

2

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

2
17% Jan
93% Jun 18

Mar 15
Nov 26

80
May 3
5% Feb 14

••

Jan

2

74
Nov 19
6% Jan 14
9
4% Oct
9% Jan 11
6% May 9
11
Aug 27

Nov

19% Nov
78% Nov
3% Nov

20%
1%
%
4%

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

22
11
20
26

1
6
6

Nov 19
4% Nov 12
1
3% Nov

74

Nov

4% Nov

1
6% Nov
7% Nov 20
7
3% Nov
2% Nov 4

4
Mar 18
5% Jan
4
2% Nov 26

2% Nov 14
1
2% Nov
7
45
Nov
8% Nov 8
4
3% Nov
1
12% Nov
1
5
Nov
1
13% Nov
12% Nov 14
8% Nov 27

Sep 25
2y8 Aug 26
37
Jan
4
4% Jan
2

42

Nov

5%
12%
1%

Sale

16

Sale
Sale

%
11

27%

3%

8A
8

Sale

9
10%

Sale
Sale

10

5

Sale
Sale

7%

7%

4%
1%

Rale

6

8%

10

13% Sale

15%

Sale

1%

4%

Sale

2

a

2

Nov 22

10% Sep 19
4V* Jan
3
11% Jan 10
May 29
7% Nov 27

11

3

1
Nov
21% Nov 12
5% Nov 13

10
.

Jan

3

Mar

8

17% Aug 29

Nov 20

14% Feb

4

10
Jan 24
6% Jan 31

6"% Sep 20
Feb 28
6% Feb 18
6% Jan 30
8% Jan
8
22
Aug 29
52
Jan 15

89

16
17
5% May 27
4% Jun
3
7% Sep

9 % Jan

3% Mar 29
3% Jan 14

47%
8%
5%
14%

May 16
Jun
4
Feb
4

Mar

7

5
Aug 26
13% Aug 22

16% Jan 17
8% Nov 27
4% Nov 19
Oct 17
16
Jan 10
13

6% Oct

16
6

7% Mar 11

14% July 16

8

96% Nov 27
3% Oct 10

99

Nov

1
4% Nov
34 % NOV 11

102%
2 5'A
1%
11
4%

Nov 29
Nov 29
8
Nov
7
Nov
8
Nov

100% Jan 10
20 y8 Oct 15
1% Jun 14
% Mar 29
3% Jan
3

103

Feb 12
Jan 25

4% Jan 21
2% Jan 21

6

4

8

Nov 13

A Nov
13 % Nov
28% Nov

4
1
1

28% Jan

1% Nov 21
4

Nov

22
9

12 % July
5
Nov 26
6
3% Nov
12% Nov 22
1
1% Nov
7 % July 18
55% Jan
2

8% May 14
5% Nov 29

6% Jan 3
% Feb 11

3% May 22
9

Jan

2

5
71% Jun
14% Feb 18
8% May 3

15% Aug 29

%
10%
13%
2%

Feb

27

Apr 19
Jan
3
Nov 22

lev. Jun 19
30% Oct 17
9
5% Jan

4% July 23

6% Sep 17

Nov 22
Jan
8

8
4% Jan
22% May 15
15
Mar 14
48% Jun
5

7% Nov
13 % Nov
4% Nov
% Nov

11% Nov 15
15% Nov 15
4% Nov 14
i? Nov
8

3% Jan
II Jan

2
3

1

2 V. Mar 28
6% Aug 26
16% Sep 12
4
9% Jun
Mar 18
8
7
29% Oct

1% Oct 9
17% Nov 14
% Jan 18

Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov

May 15

2V4 Feb 13

2

11% Nov 14

Nov
8
Nov
1
Nov
7
Nov 18

2% Jan
3
1% Sep 24
6% July 15

Jan

10% Nov 26

Nov
7
Nov 15

30

13

Sale
10%

9

4

Aug 28

1% Nov 1
17% Nov 14

45

30

37

1% Nov

3%
6%
2%
19%
14%

101
Jan
13 % Jan

2

13% Nov

6
1
4

10

7

10% Nov 22
1% Nov 6
14
Nov 22

4

Jun 12

3% Jun 12

9% Nov

1

Nov 26

4

4

14 V* Sep

5% Nov

8

23% Oct

2% Jan
4
9y. Nov 14

14%
Sale

18%

24% July 25

4

10% Nov 26
24% Nov 26
2% Nov 22
5% Nov 22
2
Nov 22
Nov 26
18
7
14% Nov
4
42% Nov

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

3% Nov 12
65% Apr 15
4
4% Jan

Nov

10

5% Nov 29

16

iy« Jan

4% Nov 19

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

70
9%

2% Nov 26
2% Nov 26
17% Nov 22
41
Oct 31

12

5%
4%

8

6% Nov 29
3% Nov 26
3% Oct
1
$3% July 10
83 Va Nov 27
4
Nov 26

Nov

1
4% Nov
1
14% Nov
1
6% Nov
I
4% Nov
21% Nov 12
2% Nov 29
8% Nov 13
70
Nov 19
10% Nov 11

18%
2%

7%
2Vn
7%
7ya

Aug 26
Mar 11
Nov 22
Nov 11
Jan 11
May 22
Sep 26
Jan 23

1
1
4
8
4
8

5

6%

4

8

May 28
Jan
8
Jan
3

4
2
6
4

1
1
4
10
Nov
3
Nov 14
8
Nov 12
10
Nov 20
7% Nov 1
5V'a Nov 14
6
4% Nov
6y8 Nov 22

7

NOV 29

2

1
1

Nov 22
13% Nov 26
5
Nov 26.
3% Nov 6
12% Nov 22
1
1% Nov
4
7% Nov
6
67% Nov
8% Nov
6

43

Sal*

13%
89%
12'A
62 y«
3 V.

13% Nov
91

Sale
Sale

43%

II

4% Feb 18
24% Aug 16

1%

14%

Rni»

3% Sep 23
13% Nov 22

4%
14%

42%

3s'-

7
3% Nov
16% Nov 12

3% Nov 19

Sale

10%

Sale
Sale
4%

Nov 29

102

4
4% Jan
5
Sep 30
11% Jan 14
QV* Jun 11
4
7% Jan

10y. Jan

1
2% Nov
1% Nov 21

43

8%

Sale
Sale

3% Mar 8
1% Jan 10

19% Nov 11

Sale
1%

12

19%
14%

4% Nov
1
11
Nov 29
21% Nov
4

96% Nov 27
3% Nov 26

2%
18%
14 %

2%

7%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
12%

4

11

4%

Sale

13%
1%
15%
%

2

10%
4%
13%

1
Nov 22
Nov 22
Nov
4
Nov 14
Nov 27
Nov 27

97 V*

1%
%

Sale
IS

7% Nov

Sale
Sale

25'A
1%
n

5%

Nov 29

42

Sale

23%

9

6

8%

Sale

Sale

Nov

Sale

6%
4%

—

Sale

7

Sale

23 %

69

5% Nov 22

9%

1%
Sale
Sale

Sale

1

Sale

4%
14%

56%
13%

13%
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

9

Nov

26
14

5% Nov
1
9% Nov 14
8
Nov 22

102 Vs 102%

20 %
2
8

'

5%

5%
3%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
223/8

6%
Sale

2%

5%

4%
11
21%

6%
2%
1%

Sale

Sale

2% Nov 8
2% Nov 29

Sale

—

12
22
29
26

2%

5
2%

—

Nov
8% Nov
6% NOV
3% Nov
3% Nov
5% Nov
8

2 V. Nov 13

4%

7%

Sale
2%
8%
9%

Nov 22
Nov 11
7% Nov 27
2% Nov
1

2% Nov 26

Sale

7

6
4

2% Nov 27

Sale

4%

1%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

3%

4%

7

5%
7Vs
3 Vs

Sale

3
Sale

4

Nov

Sale
Prices

45% Nov 27

41

%

3%

Nov

4

Highest

1
Nov
3% Nov 12
51
Nov 11
2% NOV 6

Sale

2%
2%
42
8

Sale
Sale

72

Nov 18
2% Jun 19

5

18%

2%

4%

75
Sale
Sale

6% Nov 21
7
Jun 20
4% Nov
6
2% Apr
9

41

2%
2%

5

13% Nov 11
90% Nov
1
16 % Nov 22
77
Nov 18
3% Nov 26

1

% Nov 22

7% Nov 26

3% Nov
3% Nov
19% Nov

2%
Sale

7%
2%
12%

45% Nov 27
2
Nov 29
17% Nov 27
3% Nov
1
13% Nov 22

2

2% Nov 26
2% Nov 26
17% Nov 22

2%

44

11

1
4

85% Nov

2Vs

37

Nov

3

2% Nov
3% NOV
7% Nov

83 V* Nov 27
4
Nov 26

Sale
Sale
45
Sale

18

2

Sale
Sale
Sale
3%
Sale

4Vs
2%
3 Vs

2%

2%
36

Nov

Nov 18

1
1

84%

3%

Sale

2

3% Nov
6
6% Nov 21
7% Nov 1
4% Nov
6

3 JAN. 1

Prices

2 Va NOV
1
NOV

Sale
Sale

Sale

7

% Nov 22

7
4%
3%
5%

IV*

5%
3%

Sale
5%

Sale

78

Sale
7Vs
Sale

5

3%

13%

Sale
Sale

—

Sale

91

85%
4%
3%

3%

Sale

13%

84% 85
5%
5%
—

2%
18
3%
15%

90

4%
4Vs
5%

—

47%

Sale
Sale

3Vs

Sale

6%

_

4%

Sale
Sale

Sale

5%

7%

Nov 18

2

RANGE S
Lowest
Sale

Sale
Prices

Price.

2%
%

4%
3%

Sale
11

Bid

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Ask

or
A-k

transactions^ oristhe ^ month, such
No account
taken of and

Highest

Sale

Closing

11

2 V.

1

titrate

"A" shares

210,600

14,500

10c

Andy Gard Corp

12,300

8,500

Sale

12%
7%

20,600

100

7%
2%

8

9,400
104,500
200,800

6,000

- —

—•

9%
7%

Rainwear Corp
1
Alsco Inc class A
1
Aluminum Co of America—
$3.75 preferred
100
Ambassador Oil Corp
1
Amco Industries
1
American Beverage Corp
1
American Biltrite Rubber—•
American
Book Co
20
American Book-Stratford
Press Inc
Li
1
Amer Business Systems
.•
American Electronics Inc
1
Amer Inter Aluminum
25c
American Israel Paper Mills
Ltd American shares
£l
American M ARC Inc
50c
American Mfg Co
12.50
Amer Petrofina Inc cl A
1
Amer Realty & Petroleum.lOc
American Seal-Kap Corp
2
American Thread 5% pfd
5
Anchor Post Products Inc—2
Andrea Radio Corp
1

273,100
328,000

800

9%

10
50c

Almar

122,700
64,800

1,300

Sale
Sale
10 %

preferred

conv

Alloys Unlimited Inc

257,400
28,300
53,200
19,476

56,200

4
3

1

Allied Paper Corp

39,800
442,300

20,900
16,400

2%
Sale

7%
3%

5%%

1140,700

11,400
2,500

2V«
It

£1

Allied Control Co Inc

.

Opening or
Bid
Ask

Alliance Tire & Rub A
Allied Artists Pictures

61,800

3,800
39,100
9,800
4,400
7,100
3,275

1

Nov 1

1963

„

alUtlVa

65,100
294,800

PRICES IN NOVEMBER
Lowest
Nov. 29

Price Jan. 2,

Stock Exchange

Shares

4,900
36,500

footnote in the month in which they occur,

a

$5,595,000 $7,003,000
71,940,000 72,191,000

—

—

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

285,481,102 281,453,394

NOTICE—Casn ana aererrea delivery sales are disregarded
when selling outside of the regular monthly range are shown in
sales in computing the range for the year.

Aggregate Sales

November

24,976,060

25,421,240

November (Shares)
Jan. 1 to Nov. 30 (Shares)...

1962

1963

Bond Sales—

1962

1963

Stock Sales—

2

11%

11% Jan 10
40% Mar 8

8
8

Nov 26
Jan
7

11 y« May 14
12% Sep
4

5

Jan

2

10% Jan

7

11%
15%
4%
111

Nov 15
Nov 15
Jun
4
Nov 11

Aggregate Sales
in

November

American

Shares

132,80Q
781,700

19,700
9,000

Nov .1

Opening or

Opening or

Closing

Bid

Bid

STOCKS

169,600

7,400
168,500

1963

Shares

19,400

Price Jan. 2,

Stock Exchange

Since
Jan. 1

113,200
91,700
245,500
854,900
179,900

25,700
88,900
11,200
17,300
3,800

14,900
1,550

Sale

11
10 Va

Sale
Sale

it
1%
14%

Sale
Sale

8%
2%

Sale
3%

49%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

1
1

Engineering Co
Wright

Corp
Barton's Candy Corp
Baruch-Foster Corp
Bayview Oil Corp
Barry

1
50c

—25c

Ask

1%

7%
31
8%
9%
1

1%

Sale
Sale
Sale

2%
7%
31%

Sale
Sale

9

8%

Sale
Sale

Prices

1%
1%
17%

Prices

Sale

1% Nov

1

2% Nov 14

Sale
Sale

7% Nov 26

8% Nov 20
35% Nov 12

Sale
Sale

Sale

24

8%
8%
%
1%
17%

Nov
Nov

6
1

9 Va Nov 21
9% Nov
,6
1% Nov 26
1% Nov 19
19% Nov
1

Nov 26
Nov 13
Nov
1
Nov 29

6%
2%
49%
4%
7%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

6
NOV 22
2% Nov 29
49 Va Nov 26
3% Nov 22
6% Nov 21

7%
7%

Sale
Sale

6% Nov 22
6% Nov
1

3%

Sale
Sale
Sale

3% Nov 22
19% Nov 15
17
Nov 26

Sale
Prices

Sale

Sale
Prices

Sale

or

Ask

RANGE SENrCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest

Highest

50%

Sale

49%
4%
7%
8%
6%

2%
Sale

20

Sale

20

18%

Sale

17

Sale

3%

Sale

3% Nov

1

3% Nov 18

3% Nov

Sale

Sale
Sale

5%
8%
7%

Sale
Sale

5% NOV 26
7% Nov J4
7% Nov
1

6% Nov
1
8% Nov 20
7% Nov 7

12% Jan 11
10% Jan
7

Sale
86%

Sale

1%
1%
22%
8%
3%
53%
6%
10%

5% Sep 11
7% July 5

4

Berkey Photo Inc

1

8%
6%

Frocks Inc
Bethlehem Corp (The)

1
*

8
2%

Bickford's

1

Berkshire

Inc

26

2.50

Binney & Smith Inc

—

—

4%

Birdsboro

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov
Nov
50% Nov
4% Nov
7
3

1
1

47%
3%
6%
6%
6%

8
1
7"% Nov
1
9% Nov 4
7% Nov 29
4% Nov
1
20% Nov 4
18% NOV
1

2

9% Apr 22
44% Oct 21

8
Oct 29
8% Nov 26
% Jan
3
% Feb
1
14% Jan
2
6
Nov 22
1% Oct
7

Sale
4
3%
Corporation
4
cnanged to ( lie Industries Inc
6%
Bloomfield Bldg Ina cl A_10c
7% Sale
7%
Bloomfield Industries Inc—1
7
7%
Blossman Hydratane Gas—1
7%

123,400

4% Jan

1% Oct 31
6% Jan
3
14% July 29

Sale
Sale
Sale

Bell Telephone of Canada.25
Belock Instrument Corp—50c
Benrus Thatch Co Inc
1

Sale

—PRICES IN NOVEMBER
Lowest
Nov. 29

19
7
3

Bearings Inc
•
Beck (A S) Shoe Corp com_l
Bell Electronic Corp
•

82,700

10,700

Sale
7

4

Barnes

91,500
27,050

4,700

Ask

Bid

6%
19%

Industries Inc
10c
Bargain Town USA Inc—10c

99,100

28,500
11,900

Par

Banner

76,100
60,400
433,800
155,800
291,500
65.900

2,600
38,000
11,800

31

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

December, 1963

July 19

Nov 22
Nov 21
Jan
2
Sep 12
2Va Feb 11
19
July 23
16% July 22

July 10
Mar
Aug
Jan
Oct

15
21
14

18

May 9
May 9
May 31

9% Sep 25
9% Jan 28
4% Oct 31
28% Jan 16
20% Sep
4

4% Mar 18

1

Blauner s—name

12,400
7,500

307,600

5,300
8,700

70,600
107,300

240

6,685

18,900

1,900

315,700
20,400

Bourjois Inc__

27,600

240,000

Bowling Corp of Amer

47,300

32,000
2,600
41,600
3,400
103,200
88,900 1,452,500

12,800
3,750
6,800

Sale

6%

—1

12%

13%

12%

1%

Sale

1%

Sale

~2

182,560
149,600

Brillo

1

8%
20%

Co—•

27%

811
8 it
18%

9
9
Sale

6A
3
10%

Sale
Sale
Sale

14%

22%
22%
7%

23%

28%

Sale
Sale
Sale
4%

26%

Mfg Co

British

23,500
32,800

American

Oil

459,100

British Columbia Power
•
British Petroleum Co Ltd—

76,500 1,789,200
8,800
109,300
47,000 1,002,200

American dep rets reg
£1
Brooks Instrument Co
25c
Brown Company
1
Brown Forman Distillers—
Class A common
30c
Class B common
30c

700

9,200

15,600
138,400
75,100

10,100
28,600
7,600

474.200
258,200

13,000

13,600

2,200
3,900

33,600
38,800
591,300
34,900

10

preferred

4%

5% Nov 22

12%
_

Sale

Sale

12% NOV

1 Va

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

1
Nov
8
9% Nov 26
1% Nov
4
14% Nov
6

18
88

Nov 26

84

1

1

16% Nov 26
81% Jan
2
5
July 22

4

12% Sep 10

1

Nov
8
9% Nov 26
1% May 31
14% Oct 29
2% Oct 28
6% Nov 26
20% Jan 2
24% Sep
3

Nov 15
Nov 21

6% Nov
13
NOV
lVa Nov
14%
1%
17 Va
2%

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
7% Nov
39% Nov
26
Nov

Mar 25
8
Jan 29
24% Jan 22

6% Jan 20

90

1

4
1
15
12

2
Jan
14% Nov
2% Mar
23
Apr
4% Mar
10% Jan

38

Sale
14%
Sale
Sale
Sale

1%
16%
2%
7
39

25%

26%

25%

Sale

7%
7%
22%

Sale

22% Nov 21

23

Nov

1

18 Ya Feb 26

3%

Sale
Sale

8 A Nov
4% Nov
14% Nov

1
1

6% Jsn
2
2% Apr 23

14%
2%

7%

Sale
Sale
Sale

2% Nov 4
6% Nov 26
38
25

Nov
1
Nov 26

4
21
13

Jan 25

7% Jan 3
16
Jan 30
24
4

1
26
15
23

41% Aug 29
28% Jan 16

—

dep rets ord bear—10s
dep rets ord reg
10s

Am
Am

~1%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

16%
2%

1

Brazilian Tr Lt 8c Pr ord—•
Breeze Corp
1

208,600

85

16% Nov 26

5%

Sale

10c

Brandywine Raceway

British Amer Tob Ltd

1,200
2,100
6,400

6%

17 Va
84%

10%

Sale
Sale

20 Va

Bowmar Instrument Corp—•
Brad Foote Gear Works
20c

32,000

17%

81%

Bohack (H C) Co common.'
5%% prior preferred—100
Borne Chemical Co Inc
1.50

Sale
Sale
85 Va

8% Jan 28
10

Bruce 'E L) Co Inc
BSF Company

1

66%c

9%
4%

23

8%
4%

8

10%
5%

7%

7ft Nov 22

8

7 A Nov 22

Sale
Sale

14

Sale

7% Nov 22
3% Nov 12
12% Nov 22

28%
Sale

27%
26 Va

28%
Sale

25% NOV 22

Sale
Sale
5%

8
10 %

Sale

Sale

5

Sale
Sale

Nov 11

28
8
10
5

Nov
1
Nov 22
Nov 29

14%
10%
3%
17%
8%

Nov 26
Nov 12
Nov 18
Nov 22
Nov 13

7% Nov 19
7% Nov 21

1

28% NOV 13
26% Nov 6
8% Nov 7
10% Nov 14
5% Nov
7

7% Jun 14

7ft Jun 14

9% Apr
10

Mar

5
7

23% Sep 26

8ft Sep
5

Jun

4
17

2

15% Sep 13

22% Jan
3
22% Jan 3

28% May 17
28% May 17

10 V# Jan

7% Jan

7

8% May
4% Jan

7
3

8% Aug 23
12% Jun 21
8% Jan 21

Budget Finance Plan—

27,600
7,200

10
1

2.50
1

15%
10%
3%

Sale
Sale

10 %
5 Va

8%

Sale
Sale
Sale

21

Sale

3%

9%

Sale

Sale

ft

Sale

4V.

3%
5%
7%
16%

15

Sale

10%
3%
18%
9%

10%
Sale

%
3%

Sale
3%

5%

7%

Sale
Sale

16%

Sale

10%

50c

New common

6% serial preferred
Buell Industries Inc
Bunker Hill (The) Co
Burgmaster Corp

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

16

Nov

6

10% Nov 4
3% Nov 26
21

Nov

9% Nov

1
1

14% Nov 26
10 % Jan 21

3% Oct 15
3
8% Jan
8% Nov 13

16

Oct 30

10% Feb
4
6% Jan 14
22% Oct 25
14

Jun

10

Burma Mines Ltd—

35,100
4,200

242,100
63,700

2,600
3,600
72,700

141,900
108,900
724,600

27,800
9,200

27,800
143,100
441,800
8,450

21,400
450

dep rets ord

Amer

3s 6d

Burnell & Company Inc—25c

Burroughs (J P) & Son

1

Butler's Shoe Corp

1

B

V

D

Co

1

Inc

fc
•

Caldor Inc

Calgary 8c Edmonton Ltd

California Electric Power
1
$3.00 preferred
_50

Va
4

~8%

Sale

16%

Sale

231,800

Class

20%
23%
63%

20%
Sale
65

17%
29%

567,400

4,800

53,600

"300

6~l0O
150

166,700 1,377,600
750
2,850

20

Canada Sou Petroleum vtc_l
Canadn Dredge & Dock Co_*

41,000
15,500

363,100

7,500

149,200

193,700

Oil

24,200

258,500

3,000
3,000
5,100
5,700
26,400

20,800
75,300
59,000
116,850
383,700

31,000

417,900

600

11,010

23,400
3,500

125,900
71,000

200

4,280
113,400
29,800
42,400
197,400

43,000

977,600
28,300
472,800

790
100

5,410
1,475

7,800

115,900

650

14,225
19,300
148,200
11,600

Ltd

Oils
Canadian Indus Gas
Canadian Javelin Ltd
Can

116,500 3.991,600

13,900
2,500
2,500
22,000
75,800
6,100

Canada Cement Co Ltd
$1.30 preferred

Homestead

partic

2% Nov 22

6%

6% Nov 15

3ft Nov

4

2% Nov 22

4

6
34%

5

5%

4% Feb

7%

-4%

26%
26%
Sale
8

35

3A

4

26
Sale

~3% Nov"22

3%

Sale

3

3%

1

Sale
Sale

1

% Nov 26
% Nov 27

Sale
Sale

8%
11%

8%

8% Nov 26

Sale

9% Nov 22

3%

Sale

3%

Sale

3% Nov 18

Sale

11%

Sale

4%
%

Sale
Sale

11%
Sale

11% Nov 26
3% Nov 26
A Nov
6

1

3%

3%

10

9%
5%
A
14%
6%
17

Sale

17%

Sale

pfd_*

B ord

Carter (J W) Co common
1
Castle (A M) & Co
10
Catalln Corp of America
l
CCI Corp
50c
Central Charge Service
__1
Central Hadley Corp
1

Sale

Nov 26

Sale

12%

1
5.50

3

%

Sale
Sale

Carey Baxter 8c Kennedy

Nov"14

36%

8%
8%

Capital Cities Broadcast—1
Capital City Products
1

Sale
76%

25

•

50c

75%

34

2.5o

Canaveral Internat'l

16%
29%

26
Sale

33
25

Sale
Sale

Props Ltd
1
Minerals
6c
Canal-Randolph Corp
1

%
Sale
Sale

4

4%

88

Sale

11
5%
10%

Sale
5%
Sale

3%

Sale
..

,

.

%

8%

ft

15

Sale

5%
20%
16%

Sale
Sale
17%

9% Sale
103% 106

109% 111

107% 109

_

Nov 18
Nov 22
4
Feb
Jan
8

Sale

1

preferred

Carreras Ltd—
Amer dep rets

24

8%
15%
22%
63%

6%

1V«

Canadianwide
Can Williston

Carnation Co_.
Carolina Pwr & Lt $5

26%

10% Nov 22
17% Nov
1
30% Nov 12

2%

7%

16%c
10c

Canadian Marconi Co
Canadian Petrofina Ltd—

6%

8

Nov 18
NOV 22
Nov 22
Nov 8

Sale
Sale

3

5

14% Nov 22

6% Aug

Sale
4%

•
•

17% Nov 12

8% Nov 11

3%
4%

Bread Co Ltd

Canada

15% May 21
6% July 31

7% Nov 26

Sale

1

7

7% Nov

Sale

11 %

Inc

2

9

8

1

Machine

% Jan
3% May

Sale

8

Ltd

Mines

Campbell

8%
15%
28%
74%

A Nov 18
3% Nov
4
5% Nov 4

75

Campbell Chibougamau
39,000

1
% Nov
3% Nov 22
5% Nov 26
7% Nov 21
14% Nov 22

Sale
Sale
76

10c

A

Sale
8
Sale

—

Cameo-Parkway Records Inc
6,400

4

%

11

4%

ft
14%
4%
20%

Sale

17

Sale

Sale
103
Sale
111% 112

13
4%

13%
4%
2%
9%
li

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

12%
4%
2%
9%
%

76
89
Sale
Sale

75
85

%

100

72

73

100

84%
17%

86%
Sale

75
86%
19%

28
7

28%

31

Sale

9%

4%

11

Sale
Sale

14% Nov
4
Nov
17% Nov
17
Nov
8% Nov
100% Nov
111
Nov

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sate

7% Nov

36

Nov 22

~4% Nov~13
4

27% Jan 3
25% Oct 30
3% Mar 8
3
Oct 17

76

Sep 12

12% Jan 15

4% May 16
7% Jun

36%

3

Apr~18

25% Oct 30
4% Jan

2

lft Nov

4
7
6

7% July 19

1
3% Nov 29

8% Jan
2
3% Nov 18

18% Jun 21
4% Jan 29

12% Nov 12

9% Jan
2
3% Nov 26
% Fab
6

12% Sep 24
6% Jan 18

12 Nov
9
Nov
12% Nov

4% Nov
% Nov
15

Nov

1
6
1
1

17

22
6

1

10% Nov 22
22% Feb 28
31
Aug 19

4

12
6

1

6% Apr 9
9% Jan 17
19% Aug 21

Nov

5% Nov
21% Nov

4
Nov 26
2 Va Nov 14
9Va Nov 18
% Nov 4

Sale

Nov 14

22

% Nov 4
3% Nov 29
12% Nov 29

____

4

26
26

76

A Jan 2
5% Jun 24

7

Nov 12
10% Nov 14
108
Nov 11
112
Nov
6

12
4%
13%
4%
2%
9%
li

Nov
8
Nov
6
Nov
7
1
Nov
Nov 15
Nov
4
Nov
1

76

Nov
6
Nov 14
Nov 29
Nov
1
Nov
4
Nov
6

% Jun
3
% Nov 27

13% Apr 15
4

Nov 26
2
15% Oct 22
4% Jun 21
83
Mar 12
107
Sep 17

16% Jan

8% Jan 11

1% Jan

1T« Jan
17% Apr

10 Va Jan
3 Va Jan

2
3
2% Nov 14
8
Aug 6
% Feb 25

4

8

7% Jan 22

24% Apr 23
19

Jan

lo

10% Nov

14

112
112

H Mar 25

?'i Nov 29
3% l

2

lft Feb 27
9A Aug 16

Sep 13
Nov

6

% Feb 11
6

Jan 11

14% Mar 8
5% Sep 27
3

Jan

11

10% May 31
1% Apr 15

Central Maine Power Co—

1,000
21,000
200

229,700
30,100
83.800
2,700
22,400
1,600
527,200
20,600
437,500
43,100
72,200 1,297,800
244,500 2,403,000
19,000
274,800
10,400

126,900

For footnotes,




3.50%

preferred

Cent Pwr & Lt 4%

pfd

Central Securities Corp
l
Conv pref $1.40 series B_*

Century Electric Co
10
Century Geophysical Corp_l

4%

7%
Sale

Chamberlin Co of Amer_2.50

5

5%

Charter Oil Co Ltd

1

Sale

1

Sale

7

Sale

7

Sale

lft

1%
12%

8%

Sale

31%
8

"

2% Nov 22

3

7

1

7% Nov 14

Sale
12%
27%

1% Nov 1
11% Nov 22
26% Nov
6

Sale
Sale
Sale

1« Nov 14
12% Nov
4
28
Nov
7
2% Nov 8
5% Nov 18
19% Nov 1
16
Nov
4
32% Nov 12

12

27

Sale

15%

Sale

17
13%

Sale

1%
5%
14%
10%

Sale

30%

Sale

28%

Sale

26

Development Ltd—name changed to Deltona Corp
Cable Corp
10c
5%
5%
3%
4

3%

Sale

Cinerama Inc—
Circuit Foil Corp

14

19%

96.

.

1c

25c

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

1%
5%

86%
20%
31
8%

Sale
7%

13

Sale

23%

Nov

4
Nov
8
19% Nov 26
29% Nov 11
7% Nov 22

26%

10%
22%
1%
5%
12%

see page

8%
2%

75

86

26%
2%
5%
19

Cherry-Burreli Corp
5
Chicago Rivet & Machine—2
Chief Consol Mining Co
1
Christiana Oil Corp
1
Chromalloy Corp
10c
CKP
Clark

20%
30
7%
2%

76

86%

Nov

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

26
26
22
22
22

3% Nov 27

4

Nov 11

4
72% Jan
85% Jan 17
17% Jan 2
28
Jan
4
7% Jan
3
2% Nov 22
5
Jan
8

Sep 23
Sep 10
20% Oct 22
32
Apr 15
9% Aug 15
6% May 2

5
II Feb
1
10% Feb
22% Jan 22
1% Jan 4
5% Jan 2
12% Jan
8
10% Nov 22

111 Nov 14
13% Aug 29
29
May 27
3
Feb 20

19

Mar

2% Sep

1

6

78

89

9

8%
23%
17%
39%

Feb

18

Jun 21
Oct
4

Sep 20
Sep 25

«% Mar 18

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

32
American

Aggregate Sales
Smee

la

November

Shares

Shares

11,300
25,900

147,900
315,700
18,600

700

10,000
53,800
12,500
24,300
5,500
21,800
4,200

32,200
4,400

Price Jan. 2,
1963
Opening or
Bid' Ask

Stock Exchange

Jan. 1

cinrirc

Par

Clarostat Mfg Co Inc

l
1

Clary Corporation
4
Clayton & Lambert Mfg.
1
Clopav Corporation
Coburn Credit Co common.1

73,300
348,400
48,770
397,300
89,000
189.700
26,200
480,600

6% conr preferred———20
_1
Conu Electronics lnc_
Coleman Company Inc—
5
Colonial Sana & Stone Co.l
Commercial Metals Co—
5
Com'ty Discount Centers.-10c

113,700

Community Pub Service

Nov. 29

Opening

Closing

Bid

Bid

or
Ask

Sale

5

Sale
Sale

67a
IV*

13
3

13%
Sale

19%
27b
137b
27%
4%
38%
17 y8
6%
iy4
39%

672
1%
Sale

7%
2 7a

Sale
Sale

47a
4%

Sale
Sale

2774
37a

277a
Sale
10 y4

7%

■

'

—.

——

Sale

3%
"

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

137a
4

lo

1%
43%

1

10 %

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale

PRICES IN NOVEMBER
Nov. 1

•

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

12

Sale
Sale

24

25%

25Vb

Sale
Sale

37

Sale
Sale

4
37

Sale

13%

Sale
Sale
40

1 y4

4%
13%
5%
1%
39%

27b

Sale
Price*
7

5% Nov 20
672 Nov 26
19% NOV
1

21%
2%
12%

Sale

Highest

Sale
Prices

or

Ask

5%
7ya

Sale

Sale
Sale

Lowest

?

5%
38%

22

22
26
27
26
27

4
15

Prices

Prices
4% Aug 19
4% Mar 25
12% Apr 11

1
15

77b Nov
21% Nov 29
3y8 Nov 12
1
14% Nov
1
28
Nov
1
47b Nov
4
397b Nov
1
17% Nov
(5% Nov 14
1% Nov 22
8
40
Nov

2% Nov 26
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

Nov

.

2% July 26
9% Mar 29
20 y4 Mar 18
3% Apr 11
29% Apr 30
13 y8 Sep 26
4
1

Jan

2

Jun

14

Oct 21

38

77a Jan 10
9y» Jun 13
21% Nov 29
3% Jan 31
14 y4 Oct 29
28
Nov
1
5% July 5
42 y2 Sep
5
18% Feb 11
7

Aug 19
1% Jan 23

46

Feb 20

Compo Shoe Machinery—
10,200
24,800
2,100
13,800
2,400

29,800
10,900
61,000
5,700
11,000

Vtc ext to 1965

124,600
683,000

tCompudyne Corp
Connelly Containers

55,900
171,800
70,800

382,000

Consolidated Royalty Oil
•
Consolidated Sun Ray Inc
1
Construction Products A
1
Con't Aviation & Eng Corp_l
Cont Commercial C.orp_.
1
Cont Connector class A
50c
Cont Materials Corp
10c
Continental Telephone Co_l

118,500
718,000
49,500

61,200

61,600
31,900
99,100
330,100
340,100

2.300
6,000

27,200
65,100

1,900
11,200
39,500

Cook

20,800
5,500

14,400

97,900

11,100

92,000
65,900
607,400

Crown Drug Co

_25c
Crystal Oil & Land Co
1
Cubic Corporation
•

4,000

Curtis Mfg Co class A.
4
Cutter Laboratories Inc—
Class A common
1

600.100

Class B

79,500

16,800
8,100

164,500
49,800

1,400

15,300

1,900
21,900
2,200
19,000
200
2,700

25,800
162,700
123,800
389,200
5,100
60,400

19,800

159,100

3,000

10,400

177.800

26.800

248,800
33,100

10%

107a

Sale

3874

Sale

93/4 Nov 13
377b Nov 26

4

Sale

37b Nov 27

41
Nov
474 Nov

2%
77b

Sale

2% Nov 20
8

Nov
6
3
Nov 20
1174 Nov
1

Sale
Sale
Sale
974

1% Nov 19
7% Nov 29

970
640

33.400

92.400

880,900
224,600

12,700

196,400

footnotes,

2%

23/4
:

——

6 7a

87a

872

117a
1174

Sale
Sale

1672

4%
3%'

Sale
Sale

7
2Vb
24

4%

4%

4%

Sale
Sale

5%

29%
11 Vb

Sale
30%
Sale

5%
35%

Sale

26%
4Vs
5A
35%

11

11%.

11

5%

Sale

6
12%
30%

Sale

10s
_1
10c

774

__

Sale

19
143

Sale
Sale

7%

872
572

Sale
Sale

,

Duro Test Corp
Duval Corp
:—
Dvnalectron
Corp.

Sale
Sale

"Electronic Assistance

Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov 22

153/a Nov 26

5% Nov 21
11% Nov 27
1
30% Nov
157
Nov 18
6% Nov 29

13% Nov
4% Nov

29
1

7
8
Nov
6
1
3% Nov
15
Nov 27
1
17b Nov
8V2 Nov 1
7
Nov
1

1774 Nov 22
167a Nov
4
7

llVa Nov 12
6

12%
49%
159
7%
15%
57b

%

%
Sale

A

%

% Nov 18

Sale

%
%

Sale

11

Sale

6

4%
Sale

5-A
9%

5%
Sale

Sale

2%
2%

2
3
13

2%

13

17%

Sale
1872

Sale
2%
Sale

15

17%

15%

9ya
1GV*

9%
Sale

14%
15%

Sale
Sale

13%
15%

15V4

16

19%

21

19

1174
343/b

Sale
35

1274
3434
77b
3334
1772

—

—

12

Sale
3%

Sale
16%
14

Nov 26

A Nov

3/4 Nov

Sale
23

10% Nov
34% Nov

2%

274 Nov 18

Sale
Sale
Sale

77s
3672
474

Sale
Sale

672 Nov 26
35% Nov
8
4
Nov 22

Sale
l3/4
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

7% Nov
1% Nov
67b Nov
42 Va Nov
474 Nov
303/4 Npv

774
4174
4%
1974

73/4
Sale

44

Sale

Sale

17874 190
163% 1673'4
Sale

10

'

—.'
—1_ —

„

U
5
15

„

■

674
47s

3372
192
178

1434
872

47b

Sale

47b
3174

196

18174
Sale

1372

191
180

Sale

227b

Sale

277b

1074
117b

Sale
Sale

1034
1172

Sale
Sale

Sale

6%

Sale

8

Sale
Sale

188
174

Sale
Sale

Sale

12%

434
333/4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

ii
57a

Electronic Communications_l
Electronic Research Assoc—
Class A
10c

7
43

107a
7b
472

12

Sale
5%
Sale
Sale

Sale
44 74

7

3
2

4% Jan

2
1% Oct 14
12 % Jun 26
3% Nov 22
5
May 2
Jan

8

10% Apr

2

30

5% Nov
10y4 Mar
187s Jan
142% Jan
6% July
8% Jan
4% July
10% Nov
24% Jan
% Aug
10% Jan
2% May

21
19
3
2

11
2

23
26
3

23
8

2

% Jun 26
% Apr
2

4-& July

3

1
9% Nov
1% Apr 11
2 Vb Jan
4
10% Jun 14
16y8 Nov 14

9% Jan

15y4 Nov
16
Jan

7
22

7

1
1
7% Nov 29
37% Nov 13
5% Nov
4

Sale

2V4

874
172

113/, Jan
1174 Jan

Nov 19

5A

~1V2 ~1%

43/4 Nov 26
77b Jan 21

Oct

Sale

Sale

1% Nov 19
53/, Aug 30

Sep 23
Nov 26

Sale

"2%

2
3

10

6

Sale

Jan
Oct

34
7
30
14%
574

574

2 74

3
11

18

35
8
36 3A
18

Sale

Sale

6 3/4 Jan

1274 Nov 27

57b

774

2Vb Sep 20

4
7
7
Nov 26
30
Nov 22
1772 Nov
4
574 Nov 26

Sale

Sale

4

—

Sale
35%

13% Nov

16% Nov 14
14% Nov
1
157s Nov
1

Jan

35% Mar 11
3% Jan
9

Nov 26

2% Nov
8
3% Nov 27

13% Nov 22
15 74 Nov 22

20

78 Nov 26
1

Nov 22

2

2% Nov 14
12% Nov 22
16% Nov 14

Sale
1872
Sale

2 34
674
3534
47b

1

5% Nov 29
9% Nov 15

Sale
15

18

3% Nov

57s Nov 20
9% Nov
1

8
36%
17 7a

Sale
Sale

Nov 18
Nov
4

15% Nov 18

3y8 Nov 26

Sale

Nov
1
Nov
7
Nov 18

4

Sale

—

1

27

lO'A Nov 26

3%

5%

Nov

2% Nov 4
28ys Nov 20
4% Nov 8
5% Nov 7
' 35% Nov 1

Nov
1
Nov 13
11% Nov 29
8
29% Nov
Nov 13

Sale

4%
lOVa

4

—

3%

1

7

■

2%

4 74

page 96.

6%
14y2
4%
11%

93/4 Nov 13

43/4 Nov 26

2%

10c

see

6

14% Nov 29

_

1

7A Feb

Sale

—

^Electrographic Corp

16

14%

77b

1
3

74 Oct

Sale

7%
387»
147b

25c

Sale
160

17 y2 May 8
17
May 8
9% Jan 22
26
Sep 17

6

15%

*

_

43%
157

15% Jan 15
Apr 26
7% Oct 28

7% Nov 11

1

28y8
lg

Sale

Earl Scheib Inc
1
Eastern Air Devices
1
Eastern Can Co class A
1
Eastern Company
25
Eastern Freight Ways
20c
Eastern States Corp com
1
$7 preferred series A
•
$6 preferred series B
•
Edo Corporation
1
Eitel-McCullough Inc
1

1574
4%

Sale

7% May 20

6% Nov

2872
Sale

3574

_10c

Sale

159
7% Sale

156

Sale

57i

57a Sep 30

7% Nov 11

5% Nov 27
1% Nov 20
22 ys Nov 6
3% Nov 22
5A Nov 18
35V2 Nov 1
10% Nov 21

12

20 y4 July 15

6

28y8
%

1274

15c

Sale

2

5% Feb

Sale
2

Sale

14% Nov 18

17 Va Jan

7% Nov 11

6

Sale
Sale

1

Aug 1
% Jan 16

6% Nov 27

Sale
%
Sale

34 y2

1

5%

7% Nov

Feb 20
8
Feb

% Aug 15
117a July 11

1

24% Nov

3

Jan

21% Apr 22

16

Sale
Sale

63/4 Mar 27

2y4
8%
5%
10%

4
5

Sale
Sale

1%

6% Oct 10
57a Apr 23

20% Apr

17
16

Sale
Sale

Nov 29

1

14% Jan 31
3% Oct
8
5y» Apr 17
5% Aug 28
27 % Oct 25
4% Feb
6
113/4 Sep 20
IV* Oct 25

6
20% Nov 27

24%
li
10%

7.50

5

Sale
Sale

16

87a

63,4 Aug 26
% May 23
43/4 Mar 19
4 7a Apr 18
2174 Jan
4
3
Nov 26
8% Jan 15
3/4 Mar 12

16

Sale
Sale
Sale

32.50
1

Driver Harris Co

331,900
116,900
142,200 ^Elco Corporation
281,000 'Elder-Peel Ltd—
44,900
Electro-Voice Inc

147,000
18,700

Sale

Sale
97.

3

137a

Sale

8,500
19,700
56.000
tl5,750
152,700
108,200

4

—

—

7

25c

4

2% Nov

8
Sale
Sale

27a
77a

7

Sale

562,400 1,755,700




103/4

4

56,800

For

1074
40%

3
77b

146,200

18,900
24,600
4,600

Sale

Duraloy (The) Company

4,600

10
100
21,600
36.900

6%

19,000

14.100

5.100
4,000

Sale

6%

33,800

2,600
3,200

750

Sale

6

81,300

4.500

67b

Drug Fair-Community Drug_l
Dunlop Rubber Co Ltd—
Amer dep rets ord reg_10s

7,500

8.500
500

6%

Sale

Draper Corp

300

6%

—

1074
87a

Class A convertible
4
Dome Petroleum Ltd
2.50
Dominion Bridge Co
•
Dominion Steel & Coal ord_»
Dominion Tar & Chem Ltd_*
Dominion Textile Co Ltd
•
Dorr-Oliver Inc com
S2 preferred-,
Dorsev (The) Corp

18 3/4 Nov
6% Nov

20%

1%
77a

1

7,750

173,4 Nov 19
SVa Nov
8

7% Nov
4
23% Nov 27
20% Nov 27

Dielectric Products
Engineering Co Inc—
1
Dilbert's Quality
Supermar'ts Inc com_10c
7% 1st preferred—
10

264.700

I834
Sale

233/4
203/4

Sale
Sale

—

375

•

7
% Nov
143/4 Nov 18

7%

17b
872

Defiance industries class B_1
Deltona Corp
_1
Dennison Mfg Co class A
5
8% debenture stock—100
Desilu Productions Inc
1
Detroit Gasket & Mfg Co__l
Detroit Industrial Prod
1

26,600

1
6
63,4 Nov 18
72 Nov 1
13% Nov 4

23»/4
20%

.

Diversey (The) Corp.
Dlxilyn Corp com

772 Nov
572 Nov

Sale
53/4
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

_10c

Distillers Co Ltd—
Am dep rets ord reg

17a
174
872
5%
7%

29

Nov

24%
20%

Sale

Devon-Palmer Oils Ltd

66,200

1

7%

2%
6%

166,800

7,000

10

12

jg Nov 27

Sale
Sale

8
4
Nov
1
Nov
1
Nov
Nov 20
Nov 12
1
Nov

3% Nov

26

24 y4

_50c
50c

Corp

87b

1
1
4

47b Nov
47a Nov
27V4 Nov

21
22

7%

3 7a
14 7a

1
Day Mines Inc
10c
Davco Corp class A pref_35
D C Transit System cl A_20c

Dialight

3

Sale
Sale

6
21

20y2
20%

^_1

Davidson Brothers Inc

47a
47a
267b

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

20%
20%

Sale

common

2772

1
77b Nov
2% Nov 11

67a Nov 27
2

17
171/2
Sale

Sale

399,200

392,600

16 %
151/2

3 7a
1174

Detroit Mobile Homes Inc_l
Devoe & Raynolds Co Inc
1

3,800

17 y2

_—

Industries Inc
Data-Control Systems

34,900

174,400
315,900

173/4

15 y2

7

Sale
Sale

25c
5

Daryl

7,410

167,700

16

16

1

Daitch Crystal Dairies

24,400
334,000
4,800
233,600
169,800 2,845,300
13,900
213,000
5,300
173,400

5,800
38,800
3,800
5,700
54,600
16,700

16

2%

Crown
Crown

10,000

57a

25c

115,000
87,300

30

Sale

33/4

6,300
18,700

43.700
214,000
454,700
1.170

18

1

Crowley Milner & Co

3,600

Sale

7%

Crose-United Corp

11,600
220,100

1872
674

Sale
47a

14,000

2,200

Sale
Sale

7%

25,800

280

17%
5%

36%

1,900
1,200

"

Sale

%
1472

5

Crestmont Consolidated

46,500
6,200

12

£1

51,600

79,000

Sale

Creole Petroleum Corp

4,800

5,300

872
572

Sale
Sale

1

Alum Industries
Cent Petrol (Md)

Sale

7a
1

7ya

1.50,

.

Sale
Sale
53/4
Sale

72
137a

9

Sale

1%
7%
572
77a

372

5%

England Inc
Courtaulds Ltd—
Am dep rets ord reg

146,900

1

43/4
47a
263/4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

6%
1
•

New

100
6,200
84,500 1,025,800

5,800

7

10

27a

14%

$1

preferred A
Cott Beverage Corp—
Name changed to
Cott Corp
Cott Bottling Co of

21%
3%
8%
7a
17a

7

14%

15
-J

Class B nonvoting
Coro Inc
Corroon & Reynolds com

70,500

100

Varnish
Tn^

Corby H Distillery Ltd—
Class A voting

400

1,900

&

rrnnper-jftrren

1,300
4.700

Paint

4%
47a

„50c

Consol Diesel Elec Corp
10cConsol Mng Sz, Smelt Ltd
•
Consolidated Oil & Gas
20c

Sale
Sale
4%
Sale
Sale
4
Sale
Sale
2 7a
Sale

3

25c

5

192
178
12 74
572
7

A
47z
2172
974

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

22
4

22
29
29

26
22
6
26
22
22

22
21
6
6

974 Nov 22
6

Nov 27

Nov 19
Nov
1
Nov
1
Nov 13
5% Nov 14
6

Nov

23/4 Nov

9%
1%
7 Vb
45%
494

Nov 13
Nov
6
Nov 14
Nov 22
Nov

6
4

3372 Nov
192
Nov 22
178
Nov
6
15

Nov

9

Nov

127s
3/4
57a
27%

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

117/b Nov
113/4 Nov
8

Nov

1
7
4
1
1
29
14
4

1

4

Nov 22
Jan
8

Nov 26

Jan

2

274 Aug

6

4

674 Jun 21
31% Jan 18
2 7a Jan
2

772 Nov 22
IV2 Oct
1
67a Nov 22
38
4

May

8

Mar 22

1974 Jan
17574 Mar

2
6
Jan 11

165
10
Jan
2
572 Nov 22
6% Aug 23
A Nov 22
472 Nov 21
15
Jan
2

3% Mar 22
974 Nov 22
4% Jan

2

Feb

8

18

1074 Oct 18
4574 Aug 29
5% Jun

6

3% Jan 21
8% Apr 22
574 Jan

11

15

Nov 27
27b Feb
7

8% Sep 26
12% Jan 18
9% Oct 16
17 7b Sep
167b Sep

4
5

7% Aug 15
4% Jan 14
37
Sep 13
5% Apr
4
6y8 Mar 13
35 y4 Sep 17
11 y2 Oct
4
8% May 20
July 17

137a
49%
160
9
16%

Nov 18
Oct
3

Sep

8

Oct 21
7% Jan 16
11% Nov 29
32
Aug 28
7a Jan 23
15% NOV 18

4% Sep

3

1% Jan 10
iy2 Jan

11

5% Nov 29
11% Feb 17
8
2% Nov
3% Nov 27
13% Apr 18

21% May
16

Oct

6
10

18% May 10
20
Oct 29
13% Feb
41
Jan
9
Feb
40% Feb
25% May
7
Jan

1

29

13
7

24
14

6
1
Nov
3 72 Feb 19
3
7% Jan
373/4 Nov 13
4
5% Nov

9%
3 7b
9
51
5%

Nov 13
Feb 11
Jan 21

May 21
July 2
35% Sep 24
19972 Sep 26
1863/4 Sep 26
4
16% Oct
11% Oct 17
1374 Oct 17
17a Feb
7
6% Jan 11
27% Nov 29
11% Nov 14
14% Jan 30

972 Sep 17"

American

Price Jan. 2,

Stock Exchange

1963

Aggregate Sales
in
November

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

12,900

106,900

14,400
15,600

181,3(50

Par

Electronic St Missile—
—

20,400
49,500

26,600

276,600

3,000
2,300

57,900

94,400
477,000
328,900
19,400
271,400
524,600

440
5,800

15,260
62,300

20,900
8,000
7,300
4,000
8,700

373,900
129,600

27,100
10,100

240.300
191,600

4,600
4,800
2,500

28,700
50,500

47,400

Sale

9

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

1%
2y2
7

5%
14%

ItV

Sale

4%
12%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

6ys
8y2

Sale

3%
10 %

2.50

1
1

1
1

1
1
•

Industries

50c
1

Inc

Inc_

Gateway Sporting Goods 2.50
Genl Acceptance warrants—
General Alloys Co
1
Gen Battery & Ceramic
1
General Builders Corp
1
General Development Corp_l
Genl Elec Co of Gt Britain
Amer dep rets ord reg—£1
General Fireproofing
5
General Foam Corp_
_1
General Gas Corp
2.50
Seneral Plywood Co
50c
General Stores Corp„.
_1
General Supermarkets Inc_8c
Genung's Incorporated
1
Georgia Power $5 pfd
•

•

$4.60 preferred

Giannini Controls
_50c
Giant Food Inc class A
1
Giant Yellowknife Mines
*
Gilbert (A C) Co
•
Gilchrist Co__——
Glass-Tite Industries
4c
Glenmore Distilleries cl B
l
Globe Security Systems
_•
Gloray Knitting Mills Inc_l
Gluckin (Wm) Co Ltd
£1

178,800
129,500
103,200

1

1%

14%
12%

Sale
Sale
Sale

14%

"Sale

5%

162

Sale

53,400
119,000
45,900

2,700
550
13,800

81,100
6,450
160,900

700
300

9,300

5,100

14,200

235,700

Great Western Producers_60c
6% pfd series A
30
Greer Hydraulics Inc
50c
Grlesedieck Company
1
Grocery Store Products
5
Grow (The) Corp
^__10c
Guardsman Chemical

2,100
8,400

39,900
47,300

41,000
160,500
1,403,300
119,400
55,100
266,100
320,600

25,100

495,700

4,000
22,800

65,500

Gordon

Great Amer Industries
Great Basins Petrol Co

10c
20c

Great Lakes Bowling Corp_l
Great Lakes Chemical
1

Coatings

Inc

_1
•

Guerdon Industries

Gulf American Land Corp_l
Gulf Sts Land & Indus
Gulf Sulphur Corp
Gulf & Western Indus
Gulton Industries Inc

50c

10c

_

28,900
33,000
19,800

404,000
304,300

5,100
9,700
5,700
4,800
14,400

53,200
114,100
70,100
69,200
77,600
52,900
128,900

168,100

749,700

Munning

164,700'

.

Sale

2%

4%

2%
Sale

3%
31%

Sale
Sale

11,700
4,300

65,000

230
20

1,420

.

Harvey Radio Co Inc

Harvey's Stores class A
Hastings Mfg Co
Hazel Bishop Inc




see

preferred

14%

Sale

3
11%
1

3%
Sale

3
11"%
1

Sale

5ya
2y8

6%

Nov
Nov
33/4 Nov

Sale

1%
Sale
Sale
7y2
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

1% ~7

12

Nov

1

Nov 29

Nov

4

20% Nov 22
7% Nov 20
3% NOV 18
8
Nov
6

Sale

Sale

4%

4%

1%

1%

Sale
Sale

10

5%

Sale

6

2%

Sale

Sale
Sale

5%

5%

8%

8%

29 Ya

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
11%

Sale

23%
8%

Sale

15 J/4

Sale

15%
1%
15 ya
11%
108

99

12%
10 y2
10%
34%
13%

21

33/fe
1 Ya
3Vz
5

2%

Sale
Sale

5Ya

Sale

8%
24%
7%
14%
14%
1%
16
12
106

9%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
108

12 %
10 Ya
10

Sale
14%

29

Sale
10Vi
Sale
Sale
141/4
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
223/4
4%
12%
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

10

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

13%
4%

18%
17

19%
10%

1%
22 y4

4yt
12

22%
8

%

Sale
Sale

4%

4

5%
Sale

4%
Sale

4

Sale
8

2

Sale
28
Sale

27

27%

23/4
12%
34 Va

12%
36

14%
43%

2%

Sale

13%
41%
4

9%
3%
6
143/4

10 %
Sale

9%
7%
5y8
24%

Sale

29%
23%

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
2%

Sale
Sale

Sale
25
Sale

6%

23%

9Ya
2%

99%

19
21%

12%
22%
8%
11

4%
Sale

98%

19%

24 Va
41/4

4%
13/4

Sale
Sale

Sale
20 ya

5%

1%
Sale
Sale
9%
Sale
3%

110

2ya

2%

Sale.

Sale

Sale
Sale

6%

2%
13%
40

Sale

27%
Sale
Sale
47 y2

13

14 % Nov 22
11% Nov 20
110
Nov 15

98% Nov 6
liya Nov 22
10% Nov 13
9% Nov 29
29
Nov 29
14
4
18

Nov 12
Nov 22
Nov 22

163/4 Nov 26
16

Nov 22

9% Nov 6
1% Nov 8
22% Nov 27
4

Nov

7

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
3% Nov
4% Nov
1% Nov

22
22
22

11%
20 %
7%
%

26
26

19
26

6% Nov 26
26% Nov 14
2

Nov 13

133A Nov 14
43% Nov
7
3Va Nov 22

3%

Sale

9%
73i
4%
2iy2
4%
28 ya
20 %

Sale
Sale

Sale
22%
Sale
Sale
Sale

9Va Nov 19
73/8 Nov 27
4i/a Nov 26
22
Nov 22
3% Nov 22
28 Ya Nov 29
18% Nov 22

Sale

2%

Sale

2% Nov 27

Sale

3
11%

Sale
Sale

3

1
1

25
1

1
1
2
10c

11%
7

16%
6y4
40%
2%
3%
4%
7%
sya

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

50c

•

100

5ya
13%
9%
28
103
79

6%

Sale
Sale
Sale

16%
6%

16%

46%

Sale
Sale

2

3%
3%
7%
5%

6y2

10%
11%

6V4
16%
6%
451/4
1%

Sale
Sale

3%
3%

Sale
Sale

7%
5ya

5%

5%

Sale

5Va
22%
11%

Sale
Sale

Sale

35

Sale

20 y4
103/4
33

Sale
Sale

105
80

103
80

104

803A

103
79

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
45%
1%
3%

Nov 27

10% Nov 22
8%
9%
5%
16%
6ya
451/4
1%

Nov 22
Nov 22
Nov 11

Nov
Nov

.

8

8
11 Ya Jan
22 Ya Feb 25
1
Oct 22

US July 29
3% Sep 20
5% Jan 2
6
Aug 2
4% Jan

4

13% Nov 26

3% Nov 22
13% Mar 13
7% Oct 30

3% Sep

5
6

8
Nov
4
159
Feb
4% Nov 29

% Feb 27

1
6

1
1

10% Jan

3

11% Nov 12

4ya NOV 21
1% July 26
7% Apr 30
2% Feb 13
4% Sep 27

5% Jan 16
23% Nov 7
7% Aug 12
12% Jan
2
12J/4 Nov 22

il

Jan

4

13% Aug 13
11 Ya Aug 23
102
Jan 11

11

Jan

gya Aug
iy8 Jan
22 Va Nov
3% Apr
9ya Mar
20 % Nov
3% Jan
Vz Nov
2% Apr

47 Ya

2%

Nov

6

Nov 27
Nov 22
Nov
6

5%
22%
12y4
35
104
80

Nov
Nov

3

26
9

4% May 6
1% Nov 26
Mar

4

24% July
2
Apr

1
8

6

12% Jan
8
33% Aug 29

2
2

4
4

11% Sep 13
3% Aug 13

7% Jan 14

8% Nov 26
34% Feb 27
10% Jan 24
16% Aug 3024% Feb 15
1% Jan 16
16% Nov 15
12% Apr 16
110

Nov 15

2% Jun 25
33 y4 Feb
8

9% Oct

4
1
Nov 14
Nov
1

7% Jan 15
2% May 13

liy2Apr 15

3% Jan

Nov
Nov

2% Nov 13
20y4 Jun 19
15 ya Sep
3

2
27
4
15
22

4
Sep 26
13 Ya Aug
9
3% Nov 22
2
26% Jan
18% Nov 22

2

Feb 27

8% Nov 22
9y4 Nov 22
5% Nov 11
16
Mar 7

8

7y* Aug 29
4% Jun 27
36% Apr 25
9Ya Oct 24

3

1

1
7
Nov 14
Nov
7
Nov 20
Nov
1
Nov
4
Nov 27
Nov
1
Nov
4
Nov
4

18% Feb 13
186% Jun II
6% Feb 27
4% May 23

23

ll% Apr 11
1
3% Feb
16 Va Apr 10
12% Apr 23

11'

Nov

12% Jan 14
4% Apr
9

13% Feb
6
12% Aug 26
38% Oct 24
22 Va Jan
3
6% Oct
9
23% Sep
5
19y4Nov 4
22% Oct 17

3

Nov

6

10% Apr 19
9% Nov 29
133/4 Jan 18

11

1% May

1

7% Feb

27 y2 Nov 12

1013/4 Feb
8
-16% Jan 14

12%
11%
6%
17

7%

9% Nov 14
18
Feb 13

16
Apr 24

98 Yt Jan

3
Aug 20
10% Nov 22

Nov

Nov 19
Nov
4

Nov

2% Nov

6%

103
80

1% Mar 28
4% Jan 2
2Va May 14

33/a Nov
1
12% Nov 12

4
8
Nov 15

Nov 26

6
4
6
1

5% Nov 4
1
24% Nov
5% Nov 18
1
30% Nov
1
23% Nov

6

43A
18%
9%
32%

Nov

9% Nov
8

43/4 Nov

3

6

Nov 14
Nov
7

Sale

S=,

7

14
45
4

3%
3%
7%

page 96.

5% Jan 21
21% Sep 12
9% July 1
4
143/4 Feb
35% Sep 16
2
1% Jan
3
2 IS Sep
8% Jan 10
14% Sep 16
8% Apr 18

3% Apr 22

Nov

3% Nov 22
7% Nov 15

105
82

7
3% Jun
4% Jan 15
7% Aug 2

12% Apr 19
1% Feb
5

8
28

3%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
34

13
Sep
9
83/4 Nov 11
Nov 22
5%

6

24 y2 Nov 29
8y2 Nov 1
1
15% Nov
16% Nov 14
1
iy8 Nov
16% Nov 15
4
12 Ya Nov
110
Nov 15
99% Nov 12
13% Nov 12
4
103/4 Nov
4
10% Nov
36y2 Nov 12
14% Nov 6
1
5% Nov
20% Nov 6
19% Nov 4
1
21% Nov
10% Nov 12
2
Nov 11
1
24ya Nov
5
Nov 12
13
Nov
6
23
Nov 26
9% Nov 14
1
12 Nov
6
4ya Nov
5 Ya Nov 13
1
2% Nov

Nov
2% Nov

Jan 28
Mar 22

93/4 Mar 28
1
Feb 26

8% Nov 26

Nov 22

2%

10%

10 Ya Nov
2-/a Nov
6% NOV

Jan
3
Jan 10
Jan 14
Jan
7

2% Jun

nov 11
Nov 29

4% Nov
1% Nov

12% Nov 22
1%N0V
1

3%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

133/4

8% Nov 13
23% Nov
7
7% Nov 26

Sale

16%

16

7

July 17
July 17

Nov 26
8
Oct
Jan 11

2% Nov 13

4
1% Nov
143,i Nov 26
11% Nov 12
4% NOV 21
13/4 Nov 7
8
Nov 22
4
2% Nov
5ya Nov 22

Sale

Sale

8% Nov

2%
5%
4%
4%
9%
11%

Feb

4% Sep
3
7y4 M-y 20

7% Nov 26

8%

6% Sep 11
105
4
55

Apr 15

30% Mar 15

Sale

Sale
Sale

6
Sep
Nov 27
Mar 7
Aug 23
Jan
2
6
Feb

BVa Feb 21
8% Sep 27
3 Va Jan 14

4

33/4 NOV 1
9% Nov 12

2% Nov 21
31 ya NOV 29
7% Nov 26

2

6
3
10

4

Sale

15%
133/4

Oct

9

2% Nov 18
8
7
Nov
1
3ya Nov
1
32 % Nov

2%
31>/4

Sale

Jan
Mar
Jan

1
165
Nov
5V4 Nov 12

Sale

Sale

Nov

3Ya Nov 20
98
3
443/4
iya
4ya
3ya
3%
5%
63/4
2ya
3%
8 3A
43/4
3ya

Nov 26
4% Nov 29

159

3ya
32%

8%

26%
5%
9%

8

1% Nov 27
4% Mar 6
1 Ya Nov 26

6

4% Nov 1
27 y2 Nov 12

3% NOV 22

1% NOV 27

3

Sale
12%
105
102
98
99%
Sale
15
Sale
12%
Sale
10%
15%
15
203/4 Sale
Sale
4y«
16%
16
13% 14
10% 11
Sale
10

3% Nov
113/i Nov
iya Nov

2% Nov 19
11

6% Nov 27

Sale

1

21

6
1
Nov
4
2
Nov 29
4
Nov 20
8% Nov 22
6
Nov
1
6
sya Nov
13% Nov 26

6%

15%

1
11

5% Nov 22

6

6%

Sale

19
29
14

Nov 15
8
8% Nov
13% Nov 14
Nov 19
30
1% Nov 4
2Ya Nov 19
1
4% Nov
13
Nov 12
8
6% Nov
9% Nov 14
14% Nov 18

Sale

2

8%
123/4
193/a
IS

3v4 Nov
4% Nov
8% Nov
9% Nov
3ya Nov
6% Nov
liy2 Nov
8% Nov

7
4
7
1

4% Nov 13

Sale

Sale

Nov

Nov 22
73/4 Nov 26

4%
2ya

13

11

5

3% NOV 26

4

Heller (W E.) & Co—
5%% preferred
—100
4%

4%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

NOV
Nov

2%

Hecla Mining Co
25c
Heinicke
Instrument—16%c

510

Sale
Sale

13%

165

Nov

29
18
27
19
22
22
21
6
26
4
22

28% Nov

Sale
Sale

23%
7»A
3%
8%
159 %

Nov

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

4%

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

20
7
26
8

4
2% Nov
6% Nov 11
1
l3/4 Nov
4% Nov 1
1
105
Nov
33/4 Nov 15
4
50
Nov
1
1% Nov

15

Sale

1%
Sale
Sale
7%
Sale
Sale

iy4
4i%
3ya
3%
6%
8Va
2V4
5%
83/4
5%

27
26
26

Sale

25c

—.

Inc

4%

1% Nov
Nov
1% Nov
3% Nov
Nov
103
3% Nov
48 % Nov
5

Sale

63/a
9ya

4%
25 y4
7%
3%
8%

Sale

Prices

Sale

.—3.50

Stores Inc
Electric Light
Harvard Industries Inc

Helena Rubinstein

13
29
1
2 1*6
4

Sale

Prices

33%

10

Kosher Foods

Sale
3y2
104
106
3% Sale
48 y2 49 y2
Sale
iy4
4%
Sale
Sale
3ya
4
3%
Sale
6'/2
8'/4
Sale
3ya
Sale
6ya
Sale
9%
Sale
7%
Sale
3%

1%
3y4

3%
17%
7%

Sale

Prices

26%

2
1

Harnischfeger Corp

130,700
436,000
403,200

Sale
Sale

11%

1%
10%

Hebrew National

20,700
42,100

1%
5%

Sale
Prices

or

Ask

10c

Hardeman (Paul) Inc
Harn (The) Corp

Hartfield
Hartford

12%
28%

Bid

1
1

H & B Corporation
Hall (CM) Lamp Co
Handleman Company
H&nson-Van Winkle-

22,800

19%
8%

Closing

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

8%

SYa

Goldfield

Corp
1
Goodman Mfg Co
16%
Goodway Printing Co Inc—•

4

2ya

3

Gale

9,475
505,200

For footnotes,

-2%

4%
33/a

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
29%
Sale

10

Jewelry class A
1
Gorham
Corporation—
_4
Gray Manufacturing Co—5

5,800
8,600

7%

8

2,100
124,500
9,200
188,500
28,000
930,900
85,900
166,100 2,752,100
1.400
23,500
574,000
46,500

55,100

7%
Sale
2%
Sale

10c

tiaran

103,900 1,598,800

5,300

Sale

preferred

Fresnillo (The) Company—1
Friendly Frost Inc
10c
Fuller (Geo A) Co
§
Fulton Industries
Inc
2

15,900
780,300
274,900

81,600

4

5

Inc

City Enterprises
Fotochrome Inc

124,600

10,100

Sale

7y2

Forest

48,200
3,200
51,000 1,259,600

1,400

1%
4%
3y4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
7%

Ford Motor of Canada

490

5,600
9,300

Sale
5%
Sale
Sale

44%

n%
26 Ya

Sale
Sale
50%

3%
4%

Florida Capital Corp
Flying Tiger Line Inc

58,500

12,200
16,600

105

3%
4%

Firth Sterling Inc
Fisher St Porter Co
Fishman (M H) Co Inc

3,300
95,200
131,600
436,500
21,800
63,700 1,881,300
173,800
22,600
186,500
37.500

600
61,400

Sale
Sale

3%
49 %

Construction com

200

12,100

13/a
4 ya

4y2

60c conv
Warrants

7,900
11,300

.

Sale
Sale

Sale

25c
Financial General Corp—10c
First National Realty &

44,500
46,900
685,700
150,200
8,100
79,300 1,138,800

700
31,200

2%
5ya
4%
4%
7ya
63/4
2ya
3%

or

Ask

6

3%

Film ways

32,400

20

44

2Ya

~6% ~6%

Faraday Uran Mines Ltd
1
Fargo Oils Ltd
1
Federated Purchaser
10c
Felmont Petroleum Corp
1
Fields Plastics St Chem.
1

123,700
54,200

5,100

Sale
102
105
3% Sale

Bid

5%
11 vb
5%

67,100
20,100

10,200
33,600
58,000
1,100

4%
Sale
Sale

Nov. 29

Opening

Family Record Plan Inc
1
Famous Artists Schools
2c
Fanny Farmer Candy Shops_l

72,300
191,100
132,600
342,800
887,200
49,100
1,640,200
98,600
211,500

3,600
86,100

or

Ask

Fairmont Chemical Co
1
Falcon Seaboard Drilling_l%

75,000

197,300 1,109,700
4,700
29,700
55,500

1

Espey Mfg St Electronics
1
Esquire Inc
1
Esquire Rad & Electron—10c
Essex Chemical Corp
1
Ets-Hokin Corp
1
Evans Rule Co
1
Exquisite Form Indus
10c

100,400
518,800

9,400
18,200

1

ERT Corp

694,000
83,800

1,900

10

6%
1st preferred—
Ero Manufacturing Co

76,700
116,300

40,700

1%
4%

Corporation
1
Empire Dist Elec 5% pfd-100
Equity Corp common
10c
S2 conv preferred
1
Erie Forge St Steel Corp
1

67,900
53,900

55,000

4%
5%

of Amer.

Emenee

13,800
242,000
30,300
49,200

450

14,100
2,600
5,700
5,000
3,700
6,500
11,300
40,600
19,600

25c
1

"

Facilities
Electronics Corp
El-Tronics Inc

121,100
42,900
100
1,290
83,100 1,036,100

Bid

KANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Highest

—PRICES IN NOVEMBERNov. 1

Opening

STOCKS

5,100

33

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

December, 1963

5% July 31
40% Jan

2

iy2 Oct 30
3

Nov

6

3% Aug 19
6% Mar 15
33/4 Oct 10

43A Nov 27
13% Jan
5% Aug
27% Jan
102
76

Jan

8

15% Oct
26% Feb
9% Nov
1% Jan
5% Jun
6% Sep
3% Jan

7

24
15
14
8
11

8% Oct

1

6
10

28% Sep 26
3Va Jan 28
14% Feb 11
45
Nov -7
4% Oct 24
14% Mar
8% July
6% Jan
24% Oct
5 Ya Nov
35% Apr
36% Jan

14

30
7
30
18
22
29

4
Jun 11
5% Feb 13
12% Nov 12

18% July 11
17% Jan 10
9
May 28

18% Apr 11
8% Jan 31
49% Sep
9
9
2% Jan
4% May 22
9
5% Jan
1
8% Feb
6ya Nov

4

2

6% Aug 22
23% Oct 23

9
4

38% May

Jan 17
Jan 14

15

110
85

Oct

8

6

Sep 17
May 1

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

34
American
Stock Exchange

Aggregate Sales
Since

In

November

Jan. 1

Shares

10,600
19,700
3,500

291,000
47,800

STOCKS

Shares

86,100

Price Jan. 2,
1963

Opening or
Par

Bid

Henderson's Portion Pak—1
Hercules Gallon Prod
10c

1

'183,000
34,400

25,100

2,300
2,500
11,000
6,200
6,700
6,000
5,800
7,400

5%

24,300
15,200
2,500
100

4,500

8,300
8,900
650
920

6,200
160 '

48,300
188,600

.

77,100
91,500
186,800

65,500
93,300
305,650
213,400
33,100
$50,350
46,900
138,000
94,900
21,725
8,020
80,300

1,500

3,180
15,250

7,000

29,700

2,900
2,700

46,000
47,700

16,500
13,600
14,700
29,000

95,900
124,900
214,100
339,400

63,000 1,058,100
6,200
57,100
5,300

53,900"
823,700
104,800

4,300

77,100

13,100
17,100

9,000

278,800
200,700
225,200

60,700

$1,700
221,900

1,480

5,420

57o.

conv

__

12,000
2,000
209,000
6,200

69,900
29,100
92,900
28,200
372,400
106,800
61,900
689,500
.75,700

1,300

463,500

64,200
3,900

64,200
82,300

4,700

94,800

1,900
3,800

25,200

1,900

29,200

80.500

90

520

21,700
1,100

348,200
285,800

Hollinger

Consol

Holly Corporation
Holly Stores Inc

:

•
5
Home Finance Group Inc—1
Home Oil Co Ltd class K.—*
dass
•
_

&~Co"~7~50

5%

27,800
6,800
72,000
4,700
4,100
29,000

225,500
23,900
46,500
9,200
69,800
5,600

19,600
1.600
28,400
1,800
85,700 2,439,800
9,500
162,200
22,000
125.700

213,000

800

17,700
75,000

17,700
16,700

1,100

338,000
6,200

Sale

101 ¥4

27%
4%

28

Sale

17%
17%

17%

291/4
13'/a

Sale

--y

'

17%
Sale
..

_

Sale
18%
99
100 Va
33 Vi
Sale
5
Sale

17%

Sale
Sale
Sale

98% 100
32
5 ¥»

33
Sale

18%
17%

Sale
18

18 ¥b

18%

17%

Sale

311/2
11%

Sale
Sale
Sale

34

341/4

11%

Sale

19

Sale
Sale.
Sale
Sale

19
6

Nov 22
Nov 22
Nov 18
Nov
8

Nov 19
11% Nov 26

27% Nov
7
1
99% Nov
17 J/2 Nov 29
98% Nov 13
31 % Nov 20
4% Nov 14

4 ¥4

Sale

4%

4%

4%

Sale

4 ¥2 Nov 21

8A

«A

(Canada)
•
Imperial Tobacco of Can
•
Imperial Tobacco of Great
Britain & Ireland Ltd—£1.
Independent Telephone
1
Indianapolis Pwr & Light—
4%
preferred——
_100

40%

Sale

9%
391/2

13 ¥a

Sale

12%

Sale
39%
Sale

9%
40%
12 ¥a

Sale
Sale
12 '/a

6A
9 J/2

6%
Sale

6 ¥4
11 ¥2

91

90 'A

Oil

__

8%
8 81/4

90'/4

90

1
4
1

8% Nov 22
3% Jan 28
13% Jan 11

1
4 J/2 Nov
4 J/4 Nov 11
1
20 J/2 Nov
4
3% Nov
1
1% Nov
7% Nov 12
4
1% Nov
it Nov 19
Nov
7
25

3¥a Nov 22
3% Nov 26

9% Nov
5% Nov
22% Nov

l¥a Nov 14
9 ¥4 Nov 14
42'% Nov 4
2 8'/a Nov 18
4
14% Nov
4
12% Nov
4
14 V4 Nov
6
27% Nov
6
102 J/2 Nov
4
19% Nov
7
99% Nov
34% Nov 11
5'A NOV 29

Nov 22

2% Nov 26
2'/a Nov 22
5

Nov 22

Nov

18

4

7

Nov

5

12J/4 NOV 26

9% Nov 20
41'A Nov 21
13 ¥a Nov
8

Sale

~9¥2 Nov"

II1/2

92

89 J/2 Nov 20

6%

9 J/2 Nov
39
Nov

7
4

1

Nov" 27

91% Nov 18

Jan
2
3'A Nov 27
l¥a Nov 11

13

7
1

Jan

2

May 16
A Mar 22
2
19% Jan
% Nov 20
4% Mar 8
2
32 J/2 Jan
28 ¥a Nov

18

12% Aug

1
9% July 29
10% July 24
27
Aug 6
99%
17 J/2
95 ¥»
28
4%

3

3'/4

Sale

16

9%

8

941/4
3%
33
5

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

95'/4
31/2

Sale

21 Va

2%
8¥a

Kav Jewelry Stores Inc
1
Kidde (Waiter) & Co.__2.50
Kilembe Copper Cobalt Ltd.l

Kin-Ark Oil Company
10c
Kingsford Company.
1.25
Kingston Products—
1
Kinney Service Corp—.——1

12 1/4

Sale
Sale

12%

31/2

Sale
Sale
Sale

85

19'A

31%

Nov 19
Nov 22
7
3% Nov
35¥4 Nov 27
6
6ya Nov
1
3 ¥2 Nov
1
20% Nov

90

4
16
Nov
6 J/2 Nov 11
1
Nov 21

12%
3%

11% Nov
3 J/2 Nov

7

3 ¥2

'/a
16%

871/2
Sale

85

1

13%
¥4

Sale
Sale

9%
3%

Sale
Sale
Sale

1
8% Nov
31/2 Nov 22 1
3% Nov 22

Sale
Sale

4
61/2 Nov
2% Nov 12

Nov

1

13% Nov 22
8
30% Nov
11% Nov 27
1
J/4 Nov

"a

Sale

8 ¥4

3%
101/2

Sale
Sale
Sale

8%
3%

Sale
Sale

4%
1%
2%

4%
2 Va
21/a

"4 ¥4

6%
2%
2'/4
121/2

Sale
Sale

Sale

6%

Sale

7

11%
Sale

6'%
1 ¥a

Sale
Sale

7%
1%

Sale
Sale

7

Sale

6 ¥2 Nov 22

1%

Sale

114 Nov 11

Sale
Sale

15%
28 ¥a
5%
25%
8 ¥4
13%
2l«
1%
1%
4¥a

97%
11

14'/a
9 ¥4
23%
7%
12'A
2%
1%
1 '/a
3
14 Va

4%
17

15%
1%
4%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
3 »/4
Sale
Sale2%
Sale

12%
Sale
Sale
Sale
1%
Sale

9%

Sale

Sale

3%
11%
14»%

2%
5

22%
2%
2

4
70c

10%

Liberty Fabrics of N Y
51 preferred—

1
10

22%
7%

4

99

9%
2%

1

i

17 ¥2

l¥a

1
Nov
4
Nov
Nov 27

Sale

-

9%

—

85

1

3%
2'/2
7%
7%

A

-

1

Levine's Inc
Levitt and Sons In'-

Sale
6 ¥2

Sale

12

Leslie Fay Inc class A

19%
6%

Sale
851/2
Sale
20 ¥2

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

4%

Sale

9%

Sale
Sale

19 ¥2

Sale

82%

Sale

Sale
Sale

l¥a

Kleinert (IB) Rubber__2.50
Klion (H L) Inc...
25c
Knott Hotels Corp
£
__5
Kratter (The) Corp cl A—1

Lanston Industries Inc
Larchfield Corp..i
1
Lease Plan Interna! Corp.l
Lee Filter Corp....
1
Lee Motor Products cl A
1

3'/a
35J/2
7'/a

~6%

19-%'
2%
13 Va

10
5

7%
91 J/4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Kirby Petroleum Co ...
:1
Kleer-Vu Industries Inc—10c
Klein (S) Dept Stores Inc—1

Kropp (The) Forge Co_33%c
Kulka Smith Electronics.lOc

8

"6 J/4

Lake

25c

6%
31/2

2%
9 1/2
81/4

11%
3¥4

—5

—1

100
Ipco Hospital Supply Corp_l
Irving Air Chute
1

Kawecki Chemical.

36

4»/4
21/2

Sale

IV*

"c

intex Oil Company—,—33¥a
investm't Prop Builders
10c

Katz Drug Company..—_—1
Kaufman & Broad Bldg Co.l
Kavanau Corporation
,.1

3%
2'/a
9%

9%

international Products
5
internat'l Stretch Prods—_1
New common
——.-1

Investors Funding Corp
(N Y) class A
Investors Royalty Co
Iowa Public Service Co—
3.901c
preferred

3'/4
3 ¥2

Sale
Sale
Sale

14%
Sale
Sale
Sale
3¥a
2 J/4
Sale
11 Va

21

331/2
3%
12 J/4
10%
4¥a
17%
10%
2¥a
41/4
8%
10

-

4

41/4
6%
2%

101
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

13%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

■

7¥a
3

2'/a
11'/a

97% 101
13

33%
51/2
23%
9
13'/a

2%
3

1%
4'%
19

Sale

27%
3 J/2
11%
9%
3%

18

16

Sale
Sale

10%

8

Nov 26
Nov 22
Nov
1

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
18
Nov
23
Nov
3 '/a Nov
10% Nov
9% Nov

22
1
1
1
1

26
26
20

26
26
31/2 Nov 26
16
Nov 29
8 J/4 Nov 22

4
4

20
Apr 16
20% Apr
8

26%
10%
12%
5 A
2%
1%

Feb 20
Nov 26
2
Jan

July 19
2
Jan
Apr 19

7% Nov
11/2 Nov

1
4
4
12
20
1

99
Nov
15% Nov
33% Nov
5% Nov
26 ¥2 Nov 13
9
Nov 22
14

Nov

8

3% Nov 14

5

Nov 29
4
Nov 11
1
Nov
1
Nov
1
Nov
Nov 13
4
Nov
1
Nov
Nov 18
1
Nov
1
Nov
4
Nov

9

NOV

3

1% Nov
4%
21

33i%
3%
12%
10%
4¥a
17%
IO1/2
2%

10 J/4 Nov

Sale

2'/4 Nov 14

16
Sale

17% Nov 29

211/2 Nov
16% Nov
19J/4 Nov

Sale

18
2

Sale

6%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

36 J/2

Sale

2'/4
11/2
8 '/a

2%
Sale
Sale

¥a

Sale
Sale

2'/4

1%
Sale

101/4

10

Sale

5

11%
8 ¥4

Sale

8%

10 ¥2
8

Sale
8¥»

15

Nov 22

2
Nov
6 ¥4 Nov
Nov
32
2¥a Nov
I'/a Nov
7% Nov
Nov
10

7
19
22
1
26
27
7

4% Nov 22
10

Nov 26

7% NOV 14

35%
14 '%
20%
6%

Nov 20
3
Jan
Oct 17

May 20
3% Apr 19

Nov 22
2
15% Jan

5 ¥2 Jan 10
9% Sep 13
22 Va Apr 15

Mar 28

6% Jun 10

7'% Jan 28
36% July 19
12
Jun 21

42 ¥a May 17

5

4

9% Sep 24

14% May

7

Aug 13

6A Sep 23

8 ¥2 July

22

11J/2 Nov 27

Apr

8

Oct

17

$6

88

2%
2%
7%
71/2

Sep 16
Nov 27
Oct 23

90

Aug
1
3¥a Aug 22

31

Feb

15

4'/a May 15
2% Jan
2
7¥a Feb 11

02% Jun
5¥a
4%
17 ¥2
11 ¥4
102%
5 ¥4
36'%
8 ¥a
5%
21%
21%

4

Nov
7
May 24
Feb
1
May 24
May 1
Feb

4

Sep

4

Nov 13
Feb
1

Oct 17
Nov 19

Nov
Jan

4
3

May

6

1% Jan 18

10'/4 Feb
3 ¥4 Jan

7
2

15J/4 Feb 28
3% Jun 17

83% May 20
9% Jan
7
20 ¥2 Jan
7
11% Nov 27
¥a Mar 22

9

88

Jun

5

Aug 13

18% Oct 22
40 ¥2 Aug 27
16'% Oct 24
% Mar 28

12% May 2
6% Apr 19
10% Jan
9

3¥4 Jan 16
15% May 8
8% Oct 31

7y8 NOV 22

1%

10

Nov

7% Nov 26
1% Nov 12

2%
15J/2

4
10

7¥4 Nov 26

Nov 29
1
21/4 Nov
1
12% Nov
1
7 ¥2 Nov

Sale

Nov 22

Feb
Jan
Jan

4t»„ Jan
9
Hi Jan 10

.

3

Sale
Sale

4

2

71/4 Nov 26

8

1% Nov 26

23

Oct

May 23
Nov
4

8
Jan
2
3 ¥2 Nov 22

4¥a Nov
4'/a Nov

7%

4%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

5J/4
20%
8 '/a
12%
2 IS
1%
1%
4'/a

1

15
13 ¥a
14 ¥4
34 ¥4

20
: <v
31
19

Nov 18
7
4

10

Sale

2V4

10

Sale
Sale

Nov
4
Nov 29
Nov 22

1
1
7

Nov
Nov
is6 Nov

Sale
Sale
16%

1%
8%

5%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

99
13
26

32
16

8%
1%
4¥2

2'/a

7¥a
37%
2 ¥a

Sale
Sale

7
Nov
Nov 26
5% Nov 12

2
11

Nov 19

171/2 Nov

1% Mar
Oct
42% Oct
31% Jun
10

Jan 15
Jan
4

Jan

1

88

13
11
4

17% Jan

1

Nov 18
4

13

2% Jan 17
91/4 Jan 17
4% Jan 14
11 Jan 21
27 Vi Jun 12

124

17

6

3% Nov

Feb
Feb
Oct
Jan

2

Nov

13

9%
7%
25'A
7%

Jan

l¥a Nov

7

18

5% Oct 25
23% Oct 25

100% July 22
35 'A May 8
6% May 13

16
6

Sale
Sale
Sale

21/2
16 J/2
191/4
2

2 ¥,

7
Nov
6
Nov
4
Nov
4
Nov
4
Nov
1
Nov
4
Nov
8¥a Nov 13
5
Nov 15
1
21 ¥4 Nov
21% Nov 19

5¥a
2%
91/2
8 ¥4
95%
3%
36%

15 Va Jan

Nov
1
Nov 29

Electronic

Hardware
Corp
50c
Industrial Plywood Co
25c
inland Credit Corp cl A
1
inland Homes Corp
1
insur Co of North Amer—5
international Breweries
1
internat'l Holdings Corp—1
Internat'l Oil & Gas Corp
1

Jefferson

Sale

Sale
Prices

35% Nov 20
12% Nov 12
19J/2 Nov 20
7
6'/4 NOV
6
3
Nov
8
2'% Nov
7% Nov 14
20
-Nov 12

Nov
4
Nov 26
Nov 22

Magnetics Corp...33¥3c
Imperial Chem Indus Ltd—
Amer dep rets ord reg
£1

Imperial

Sale
Prices

311/4
10%
17¥2
5%

171/4 Nov 27

IMC

Sale
Prices

18% Nov 13

15%

5%
2%
2%

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest

Highest

17% Nov 14
17% Nov 15

Sale
Sale

For footnotes, see page 9fi.




99%

Sale
Sale

% Nov 20
7 J/4
37 J/2
28 J/a
14 J/4
11%

5%
17%

48.800
57.100
355,300
25,900

7,600

12%

Sale
Sale
39
28 ¥4
14 J/2

Nov 26

Sale
Sale
Sale

4.400
2.400
19.600

.29,800

12

•

24

21/4
7¥4
17%

Lamson & Sessions Co

3,500
3,600

27 V4
14 ¥4

14%. Sale
12%
Sale
13% Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

72.800

100.600
58,100

28%

Sale

3 J/4 Nov 27
1'% Nov 11
7 J/2 Nov
1
1 J/2. Nov
1
A Nov 6

5%
5 'A

68.200-

2,600
3,100

8%
38%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

4.100

73,100

236.900

Sale
Sale
Sale
29%

1

8%
42 %

3% Nov 26
18'/a Nov 27

2%

L'Aiglon Apparel Inc
1
Lafayette Radio Electro*\__l
Lake Shore Mines Ltd
1
Lamb Industries Inc.
.3
Lamson Corp
———5

7,000

33,000
8.900

%
24%

3 J/a Nov 22

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Kaiser Industries Corp.
4
Kaltman (D) & Co...—50c
Kansas G & E 4»%% pfd-100

640

Sale
Sale

Sale

2%

130,600 1,701,800
27,500
232,300
142,500
355,100
177,900
595,800
56,000
50,500
223,600
647,600
402,400
292,300
201,400
575,000
50,000
236,800
25,200
336,000
15,700

Sale

%
24%

.

27%

Husky Oil
Hycon Mfg Company
10c
Hydromatics Inc
1
Hydrometals Inc__
2.50
Hygrade Focd Products
5

Petrochemicals Ltd
1
Series B warrants
Jetronic Industries Inc;—10c
John's Bargain Stores
25c
Jupiter Corp (The)-.
75c

20

1%

3%

Sale

Hatcher Inc—1
Canada Ltd1

116,100
83,000
123,500
116,200
418,200

12,900

Sale
Sale
Sale

20%

27%

and

Jeanette Glass CO
__1
Jefferson Construction
_1
Jefferson Lake Asbestos
1

129,400

Sale

Sale
111%
Sale
19%
94% 96

.

120,900
274,600
108,300

7,000

Sale

1%
7%

3%
4%
18 Va
3 ¥4
1%
7%
1%

23

Hoskins (The) Mfg Co
Howell Elec Motors Corp
1
Hubbell
(Harvey)
Inc—
Class A common
5
Class B common
5
Hudson & Manhattan Corp
A
10
Class
Hudson Vitamin Products
1

Hughes

Sale
Sale

110

100
2.50

preferred

Sale

4Vs

1 VB .Sale
5%
5%
32»/a Sale
Sale
28%
12% 13
Sale
10%
10% 11

Hoiophane Co Inc
Holyoke Shares Inc

New common wi
50c
Israel-American Oil Corp_10c

11,100
10,900
8,200

3%
%
19 '%

50c
1

Hormel ( Geo" A~)~
Horn & Hardart Baking
•
Horn & Hardart common.*

4%

Sale
4

7

M—5

G

$25,400
22,400
75,800 3,109,600

6,600
13,100
7,500

6%
1%

Hoffmann Industries Inc_25c

Industrial

30,500
2,300
6,000

13

2.50
10

Class A
Hoftman International

22%

14

9%
5'/a

Ask

5%
Sale
Sale
Sale

7

preferred
10
Hill's Supermarkets Inc..50c
Hilton Hotels Corp warrants
Hoe (R) Co Inc common—1

Trailer Indus—
Common ;
1.25

Bid

Sale

13 %

■

Sale

4

Highway

Opening or
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

14%

Higbie Mfg Co

Ask

—PRICES IN NOVEMBER
Nov.. 29
Lowest
Closing or
Sale
Bid
Ask
Prices
8%
Sale
8% Nov 22
5%
Sale
5 J/4 Nov 15
22 %
Sale
21'% Nov
8

Nov. 1

2¥a Nov

Nov
71/a Nov

2

38J/2 Nov 18
8
2% Nov
2

4
1
10'/a Nov 14
5% Nov 18
1
11% Nov
8 ¥4 Nov 11
Nov

8% Nov

3% Sep 11

2
11

7

July 26
3% Aug 16
6 ¥4 Mar

1

l'/4 Oct 16
97

Jun

6

7
10% Jan
4
13% Jan
4% May 23

3

Oct 24

8% Sep 12
8
2y»Feb
•>
100
Apr
17

34
10

Oct 21
4
4
Jan
Sep 12

Sep

20% Nov 22
6 ¥4 Mar 29

34%
9 J/2 Sep 11

3

15
Feb
8
3% Nov 14
3
Nov 29
1% Aug 30
5
Apr 17
23 Va Sep 30
47
Sep 20
4 J/4 Oct 24
14% Mar 13
14
Feb
6

12

Jan

2
2% Jan
1 Va Apr 29

Mar
3'/a Jan

1

7

3
14
Feb 25
18 ¥a Mar 6
2% Apr 22
6
10 ¥a Aug
9% Nov 26

3y8 May 20
15% Mar 28

7% May 1
1% Jan 18
4

Jun

28

8
Aug 19
7% Nov 26
1% Jun 20

2¥a Oct 16
3
111/4 Jan
3
14% Jan
2
Aug 19
5
Jan
2
22% Jan
2
2¥a Aug 29

11/2 July 22
7% Nov 27
10

Oct

3

4¥a Aug 13
10
Nov 26

5%
19%
171/a
2%
5%

Jun 21
July 25

12

Jun

Jan 18
Feb 21
Jan 28
5

14% Jun 13
2% Jan
41/4 Jan
171/4 Sep
21J/4 Oct
3% Mar
7% Oct
40 ¥a Oct
3% Jan
2% Feb
11% Mar
12 ¥a Feb
5% July

29
22
16
18
7

25
23
2d
5
11
1

8

4
23% Jan
8 ¥2 Oct 15

Aggregate Sales
in

American

November

Jan. 1

Shares

Price Jan. 2,

Stock Exchange

Since

1963

Nov. 1

Opening

Openfng

Shares

STOCKS

3,100

47,800

15,500

212,000

2,400

217,000

21,200
3,600

Louis Lesser Enterprises—
Class A
10c

125,500
404,300

14,500

Lodge & Shipley (The) Co_l
Longines-Wittnauer Watch_l

54,300
54,400

8,200
29,700

410,800

Friday

Mines

900
15,900

56,700
17,300

474,700

235,600

43,300
26,100
3,600
8,600
3,000
13,100
15,100

497,100
43,000

Maine

145,900

73,700
7,400
74,200 1,538,300
$128,100

25,500

597,400 3,273,300
69,400
7,100
145,900
19,500
3,300

3,300

18,800

640,100

600

12,900
125,800

2,600

29,800
3,100
160,600
12,900
59,900 1,660,400
308,800
14,700
119,500
13,900
26.900
419,900
64,200
5,400
11,700
1,600
628,700
52,600
110,000
22,900

10c

474
25 7a

Sale
2574

7%

Sale

1%

Sale
Sale
Sale

3,600
275
4,200
8,700
21,300

;

1
1

Massey-Ferguson Ltd

_•

Maule Industries

_3

Corp_

Inc-

340
130

5,520

A_

Melnor Industries Inc
Melnor Industries Inc—
New common
Menasco Mfg Co

1
10c
1
1

1
Merchants Refrigerating
l
Merrill Island Mining Ltd—1
Miami Extruders Inc
10c
Michigan Chemical Corp
1
Michigan Sugar common—1
6 fo
preferred
10
Micromatic Hone Corp
1
Microwave Associates Inc—1
Mid-West Abrasive Co—50c
Midwest Investment Co—_5
Midwestern Financial
50c

Aluminum Co
Missouri-Kansas-Texas
Mohawk Airlines Inc
Mirro

2,330
870

_270
44,700

12,140
84,700
410,400

L500

1,900
16,700

12,300

43,700
$284,100
50,700
1

44,600

10,500 ) 172,400
529,200
10,600 ' 109,500

190.800

431,400

15,600

9,500
132,200

15,500
22,700
8,700

56,100
476,500
158,900
162.000

449,300
117,000
36,562

83,500
31,800

8.000
182,800
108,400 1,231.900
50,300
6,700
177,400
16,800
$73,300
8.600
35,600
14,100

160,800
17,300
64,900 1,077,100
33,900
10,800

10c
ctfs_

1

Molybdenite Corp of Can—1
Molybdenum Corp of Amer.l
Monogram Industries
1
Monongahela

9,400
2,800

474

Power
pfd
cum pfd ser
4.50% cum pfd ser
Montgomery Ward &
4.40<?r
4.80%

cum

Co—
_100
B 100
C—100
Co A_*

Electro Products—25c
Clemens Metal Prods
1

Morse

Mt

6%

preferred-.

.

4

Mount Diablo Company
1
Mount Vernon Mills Inc 2.50
Mountain Sts Tel&Tel—12%

Movielab Inc class A com_l
Movie Star Inc class A—50c
MPO Videotronics class A
1
Muntz

TV

Inc

1

Murray Ohio Mfg Co
2.50
Muskegon Piston Ring 2.50
Muskogee Co
10
Muter Company
—50c
Nachman Corp

Napco Industries Inc

5
1

Nat Nast Inc class A
25c
Nat Alfalfa Dehydrating
& Milling Company
3
National Bellas Hess
1
National Bowl-O-Mat Corp_l
National Casket Co
5
National Company Inc
1
Nat Elec Welding Mach
1
National Equipment Rental_l
National Petroleum Ltd
25c
Nat Presto Industries Inc
2
National Rolling Mills Co
1
National Rubber Mach
5
National Transit Co
1
Natl Union Elec Corp—__30c
National Video class A
50c
Natl Work-Clothes Rentl_50c
Nedick's Stores Inc
20c
Needham Packing Co Inc_*

6

m

Sale

oale
Sale
Sale

3274

1774

Sale

—

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37%

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6%
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5

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7%

12%
7%
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4%
12

Sale

63,800
11,900
9,200

525,600

50c
New Jersey Zirtc
25
New Mexico & Ariz Land
1
New Park Mining Co
1
New Process Co
»
N Y Auction Co_.—
*
N Y & Hond Rosario__3.33%
New common wi
1

A

II
36%
12%
4%

Sale
Sale
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83

Sale

33%

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34

36

Sale

36%

37%

69

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8

31 %
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2%
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8

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52

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10 %
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10%
5
11

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11 %

12

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%
35

117 s
3%
69%
37

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Sale
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Sale

July 12
22

8
35

2
27% Jan
14% Sep 27
ll3/8 Feb 13
2
474 Jan
274 Aug 20
7% Nov 27
17% Feb 13
574 Apr 9
9% July 2

May 2£
May <

20% May 2c
17% Oct 21

7% Apr 2
8% Feb
<
1074 Oct 31

28% Jun

8% Sep
12

Jan

10

Nov 26

Jan 24

Nov
3% Nov

4
4

13
1

Nov
6
Nov
1
4% Nov 22

103

29

Nov 13
6
Nov 22

1% Nov
9

6% Nov
20

29%
8%

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10%
5%
32%
16%

48%
3%

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Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

6
19
1

15

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22
1
22
22
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6

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Nov 15

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4% Nov 21
3574 Nov 19
4
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18 % Nov
4
103
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6
4
3274 Nov
1
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4% Nov 4
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7
28% Nov

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
6
Nov
10
Nov
8
Nov
2% Nov
15% Nov
11
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2

Nov

14

Nov

374
3174
474
12%

Jun 25
Jan 15

102

4

Nov 11
Jan
2
Jan

10

22% Apr
4
4 74 Jan
2
474 Jan 24

51

94

Jan

8

7% Nov 26
21 % Nov
1
3074 Nov 27
10% Nov 18
7
3% Nov
13% Nov
8

Aug 20

Nov 20

8% Jan
1774 Sep
474 Jan
36% Jun
8 74 Jan
18% Oct
107
May
3274 Nov
674 Feb
6% Mav

4

17
11

12
14
22

21
4

14
3

li Feb 15

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2
Nov 26

Oct 25

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21

22
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Sep 16

32% Sep 11
-

2

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Jan

22

Apr 10

2

106
May 71
103
July 29
166 74 Nov 22
474 Jan
!)
1474 Oct 16
4
Apr 11
8
July 23
2174 Nov
1

26% Jan 2
8% Nov 15
3% Nov 29

31% Apr 19
11% July 17
474 Apr
2

Jan

155

174
5%
3%
574
13

n

July

1

1
Feb
Jan 11
Jan
3

Jan

574 Jan
2
4% July 12

4% Nov 15

Jan

374 Nov

6

5% Nov 27
67-a Nov
4
2% Nov
8

474 Oct 29
574 Nov 21
174 Apr
8

874 Jan 10
97b May 24
5% Jan
4

26

9% Nov

7% Feb 13

6
7
12

6
Nov
1 % Nov
307b Nov

1174 Aug 12
874 May 23

26

67'a Nov
10% Nov

6

67 b Nov 14
4
6
52
Nov 22

37% Nov
20 % Nov

22

87 b Nov

26
12

253 Nov
16% Nov

19
5

Nov
Nov

6
6
1

2

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1

11% Nov 22
6% Nov 26
9% Nov 22
7
4% Nov
11
Nov 20
11
Nov 13

1% Nov 26

74 Nov

36% Nov
1274 Nov

11% Nov 27

Sale

Sale

36

1

1
11
19
1
7
1
1
1
14
11

Nov
13
21% Nov 12
67 B Nov 21
4
2% Nov
I4?e Nov 18
77 b Nov 14
7
11% Nov
5
Nov
7
11% Nov 12
1
12% Nov

33% Nov 22

Nov

3% Sep

101% Jan 10
97% Jan 16

137s Nov 13

174 Sep 17

11

1

1

874 Aug 14
24% Apr
4

2
7

4% Nov
4
5% Nov 21
1% Nov
6

8%
5%
13
28%

1% Nov

Nov 26

9

137k Oct 24
6% Nov 14
3974 Oct 30
2074 Oct 21
52
Nov 22
5% Mar 11

3 % Nov 13
56% Nov 22

Sale

Oct

15

Nov
1
Nov 12
Nov 14
Nov
1
Nov 15

474 Nov
83
37

Nov

6
1
1
1
1

Nov 13
4
Nov
4

61% Nov 26
19%

tie

7% Jan
29% Jan 7
1274 Sep 11

9% Apr 25
13% Oct
4
1974 Jan
3
4% Oct 23

7
34% Nov
4% Nov 11
17% Nov 6

974
Sale
11%

Oct 29
Mar 7
Oct 15

Maj 21

22
22
1
26
6

14

7%

8% May 24

8%
15%
11%
12%
14%
21
574

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

2274 Jan 10

7
14

165% Nov 22

4

2
4

8%
16%
10%
1674
1374

164

Sale
Sale

Mar 14
Nov 22

6
Jan
2
2% Jan 28
117a Jan
4
7% Jan 23

20%
4%

99 % 101
165 % 167%
Sale
1%
Sale
1274
4
3%

July 30

Nov

9

Sep 18
Sep 3
May 16
4% Apr 26

374 Nov 13
15V4 Nov 12

Nov 26

10

97% Nov
104% Nov

26%
9%

9

1
7
Nov
1
2% Nov 11
Nov
1
10
8
277s Nov
7% Nov 6
12
Nov 20

94
Nov 18
103% Nov 19

20%
29%

6%
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16% Nov

4

Jan

3% Nov 20
13% Nov 22

14%

102% 103
30%
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4%
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1
1
1

1%
7%
23
18%

1

4% Jan
3
2074 Jan 14
ft Jun 26

21
Sale

Sale

Nov

6

32% Nov
18% Nov

4% Nov

4% Nov 14
22% Nov 15
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1

35

20%

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23% Nov 13
1
9% Nov

4ft
4%
17%
6%

Feb
8
Oct 30
2674 Apr 15
24% Jun 20
7
Oct 17

Nov 26
4% Nov 26
21% Nov
8
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10%
10%
13%

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8

95 %
94
103% 104%

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19%
48%

9

0% Nov

10
7

Jun 27
Jun
5

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67'a Jan

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13

44%

Nov 22
6% Nov 26
4
10% Nov

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7% Nov

ft Nov 22
23% Nov 22
12 Nov 26

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20

19

2

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96.

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74

1

2% Nov

27%
1%

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page

—

Nov

6
22

Sale
Sale

1

see

674
—

%
4%
20%
12%

7
1

4% Nov 21

2

For footnotes,

Sale
Sale

7

2% Nov 21
7% Nov 27

Nov 13

5

Nov 13
Nov
7
Nov
13% Nov

6% Nov
18% Nov

Sale

Nestle Le Mur Co
New Idria Mining &
Chemical Co

5,000

Sale

7

1074 Jun

21
Nov 11
8
6% Nov
1
4% Nov

1
11% Nov
28% Nov 14
4
8% Nov

Sale

Nelly Don Inc

102,743
$8,000

774
23 %

16%
1574

4% Jun 12
174 Jan 14

Mar 20
8% Feb 15

1

14% Oct 16
2974 Feb 20

4

ft

50,800
113,600

4,200

2%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

1
1
7% Nov 26
4
Nov 22
31
Nov 22
15% Nov 22
14% Nov 22

1974 Oct 18
15% Jan 23

Aug 22

4% Apr 16
257a Jan
3
77b Nov 22
2
1% Jan
15
Nov 22
18% Nov 26
% Jan 10
5
2% Feb

Nov

4%

2,600
9,300

156,100
202,400
95.900 1,918,600
111,190
7,725
22,200
2,600

574
32 74

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

5% Nov
19% Nov

974 Mar 27
14% July 22

3874 July 25

32% Nov

6% Nov 26

5

2

29% Nov 22

2
Nov 22
18 % Nov 26

Aug

Nov 26
Feb 18

25% Jan

80% Nov

27
27
21
21

Sale

10% Aug 28
474 Mar 12
22% Sep 17
90
Apr 19

22

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

Prices

2% July 15
1774 Jan
2
70% Jan
2

Nov 20

%
4%
207s
12 %

Highest

2% Nov 19

5

Sale

10%

114,600
81,600

8

974
Sale
22
Sale

Sale
5
12

10,800
6,700

22

8% Nov
3% Nov

76

5% Nov 26
1
3% Nov

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

12%
44%

Nov 13

6%
77/2
8%
7%

Nov 11

9

2% Nov 26
20% Nov 29

19%

67a

: 7

26 %

5

1
1

19

9%.

Sale

Sale

5%
37

Nov
8% Nov

Sale

97% Sale
103% 104%
99% 100%
164% 165
2

3074

3% Nov 11
1% Nov 6

1

Sale

35
Sale
Sale
102
103
29
Sale
Sale
5%
4% Sale

ft

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

2% Nov 19

Sale
Sale

Sale

4

9

7% Nov 12
8% Nov
1
18 % Nov
7
10
Nov
7

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

774

34%
5%
18%

%

97%

96
155

.

16
7
2 74
10

__

22

31
7%
12%
102
24%
41/4

306,800

12,500
1,600

1174

50c

McCulloch Oil Corp
Mead Johnson & Co

m

■

4%

McCrory Corp warrants:
class

■

2774

4.%%
conv
preferred—50
Mil'o Electronics Corp
1
Mining Corp of Canada
•
Minnesota P&L 5% pfd—100

46,500

12,700
42,300

,

__

—1

Maryland Cup Corp

29%

2874

1

Sale
Sale

Highest

15
26
22
19

6%
7%
13%
914

574
17%

%

4%
574
1974
974

Prices

8% Nov 22

1974
6%
374

4%

Miller-Wohl

57.700

36,100
1,100

374

15%

441,000
169,900
626,600

1,800

2074
67a

4

Prices

7
27% Nov
7% Nov 22
4% Nov 22
15
Nov 22
18 % Nov 26

Sale

574
2174
1374
2%
1874
7%

Prices

Sale
Sale

28

8

Sale

Sale

Sale
28
Sale

6%
18%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
674

574
2174
13

874

1174

3

17a

1

2774

l

%
274

Corp__
2.50
Co common_50c

39,300
106,700

22,700

36,000
13.900

7

18

23%

2,600
88,000
40,900
2,700

8,300

30%

Sale

374

Sale

Sale
Sale
9%

9

Sale

Ask

674

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest
Sale

or

774
1574

5%
274
2074
7974

32

8 74

Bid

3%

Sale

Class A

Factors

874

Closing

Sale
Sale
Sale

2574

Martin-Marietta "wts"
Mary Carter Paint com

Mill

1

_

78,000

17,400
275

7.200

9%

3%

Silver-Lead
10c

Public Service

Medco Inc

Sale
1%
9%

8074

American dep rets
£1
Marlene Industries Corp_10c

Masco

374
1%

97k

22

Mansfield Tire & Rubber_2%
Marconi Internat Marine

200

107,200
4,900
211,600
31,500
142,300
11,000
441,700
60,600
153,000
15,700
36,500 $153,900
454,900
.68,700

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
10

Sale
Sale

Majestic Specialties Inc
*
Mallory Randall Corp—10c
Mangel Stores Corp
1

39,000
267,400
229,000

8%
1374

7%
874
17%

18

Magellan Petroleum Corp—
Voting trust ctfs—L
lc
Magna Oil Corporation—50c

1,000,000

Sale

6%

7174

Lynch Corp
2
MacFadden-Bartell Corp_50c
Mack Trucks Inc warrantsMacke Vending Co class A_1
MacKey Airlines Inc
33 %c
Macoid Industries Inc
*

55,700
3,700
109,500 1,450,400
156,000
43,900

Bid

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Lunkenheimer (The) Co_2.50

$21,500
227,000

Bid

or
Ask

Sale

Company
Lundy Electronics &
Systems Inc

93,000 1,098,700

or
Ask

—PRICES IN NOVEMBER—
Nov. 29
Lowest

*274

-

Louis Sherry Preserves
1
Louisiana Gas Service
10
Louisiana Land & Explor_30c

Lucky

-

Par

Lithium Corp of America__l
Lithonia Lighting Inc
*
Livingston Oil Co
10c
Locke Steel Chain
2.50
Lock wood Kessler &
Bartlett class A
25c

26,300
357,600
6,500
83,200
186,000 1,768,100
1,200
40,100

35

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

December, 1963

71% Nov

19% Nov 29

24

26

Jan

1274 Jan
45

2
e

5 74 Oct 23
% Oct 17
22
Jan 31
6
Nov 26

974 Jan
8

Nov

l{i May
15 % Feb
5% Jan
$1974 Oct
3% Jan
2
May
674 Jan
674 Nov
874 Jan
474 Oct
10% Jan

1074 Feb

3
22
6

374

12

18

2
28
3
8

14%

2
26
7

31
2
8

% Apr 29
28 74 Mar

1%
33
8
12 74
1474

6

974 Mar 20
174 Mar 14
3274 Jan 14
2974 Mar 26
3774 Jan 3
1974 Nov 29

25

6%

2%
15%

Jan

lu

Sep
Apr

9

Jun
Feb
Oct
Jan
Jun
May
Nov
Jan
Jun

4

25
8
11

24
6
3
21

15
25
874 Sep
3
11% Oct 30
7
8% Jan

147a May 17
1674 Jun
4
4
% Oct
3872 Aug 16
16% Sep
4
574 Aug 14
102
Aug 13
4
3774 Oct
747a Sep 16
23% Oct 31

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

36
American

Aggregate Sales
Since
Jan. 1

in

November

Shares

Shares

15,000

323,700
232,400
124,500
38,200
449.000
428,700
3,970

15,700
12,900
3,100
35,600
20,700
160
570

10,990

218,600
686,100

15,600
88,600

Stock Exchange

STOCKS

Par
——1
—.
1.25
Norfolk Southern Ry Co—1
North Amer Royalties Inc__1
North Canadian Oils Ltd_25c
Northeast Airlines—
1
North Pennsylvania RR
50

5,700

104,850

1,400

9,930

6,000
1,700

89,700
48,500

4,150
1,400
2,800

59,650
50,500
24,500

2,500
19,000

tl45,300

10,300
25

1,900
617,000

82,400
24,700

2,400
4,100

197,700
42,800
25,800
85,000
30,500
47,300
41,000

2,200

22,100

21,000
2,980

185,100
33,717
4,200
12,390
2,440
10,890
122,700

3,200
3,000
6,300

.

800

190

1,080
210
180

12,600

388,000
306,400

41,200
306,400

2%
2%
66%;
93%

2%

Sale
58
Sale
Sale
Sale

20c

13%
20%
5

Sale
Sale
Sale

23%

Sale

98

Sale

n y8
5

11%
5%

51

Sale
Sale
Sale
3%

Ohio Power 4%% pfd
100
Old Town Corp common.—1
40c preferred
7
O'okiep Copper Co Ltd—
American shares _—— 10s
O'Sullivan Rubber Corp
1

Co—

Inc

475

133,000
19,700

800

26,700

633.600

11,300
2,000

52,700
37,400

3,800
38,600
58,800
112,100
26,200

38,500
787,300
762,500
522,900
520,600

■

622,700
47,700

1

.—

.

50c

11

1%

26%
24%
24y8
4

99%
96

102

33

Sale

20%
20%

Sale
Sale
20%
21%
Sale
Sale

29%
27%

29%

27%

26%

26%

Sale
25 %
24%
Sale
Sale

26%
24%

Sale
Sale
24%
3%
Sale

Sale
—-

3%
•

11
33

27

6% Sale
103
103%
.

9

Sale
Sale

23%

3%

78 V*
5

3%

—

—

56

Sale

24

3%
98%
95%

97

Sale
Sale

102
155

Dohrmann

50c

$2.50 cOnv preferred—2.50
Pato Cons Gold

Dredging—1
-2.50

Penn Traffic Co_
Pentron Electronics

Corp—1

Pep Boys (The)
1
Pepperell Mfg Co (Mass)—20
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co
of Long Island Inc.—_25c

_

3ft

Sale

7%
2%

7%
Sale

11% 12V.
71% 72%

Sale

V*

9

Sale

4y8

Sale

1

33
Nov
1
9% Nov 15

203/8

20% Nov 20

20% Nov 20

10%
323/4
29%
27

26%
26%
26%
24 %
24
4

98%

25

Sale

fel_10p

4

Sale

20.900

292,900

12,900

76,700

5,800
20,500
1,100

100,900
89,200
130,100

20,200
6,600

321,400
91,200

Pittsburgh Railways Co.
Plant Industries Inc:

4,100
6,100

57,700
118,800
13,000
407,500
85,100
86,800

Phillips

*
50c

96
96%
1013/4 102

151

953/4

Materials &
Polymers Inc.:
10c
Plume & Atwood Mfg Co—*
Pneumatic Scale Corp
10
Polarad Electronics;
_50c
Poloron Products class A—1
Polycast (The) Corp__;—2.50
Polychrome Corp
;
__1
Polymer (The) Corp cl A—1
Potter Instrument Co Inc 25c
Power Corp of Canada
*

—

3%
8%
34V4
4%
1%
4 V*

Sale
8%
35%
Sale
1%

155

96%

Sale

12
45

Sale
Sale

17%
38

5
Sale
Sale

25%
25%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
26 y2
25%

1%
3ya
7%
9

300

4,200
5,300

10,300
29,200
3,300
8,900
2,150
5,800
2,200
28,300

40,300

58,600
67,600
195,300
302,600
22,200
87,900
23,900
236,700

Prairie Oil Royalties Ltd—1
Pratt & Lambert—.
Precision Microwave Corp—1
Precisionware Inc
—1
Prentice-Hall Inc —66%c
—

Sale

Sale

211

Sale

31
2%
3%
34%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

4,700
9,000
10,400
12,100

1,300
4,800
5,100

187,400
176,700
259,800
11,100

70,400
70,600
8,095

1,225
2.700

56,800

8.000
206,200

101,400
782,300

6,700

169,500

6,300

65,000

For

10c
——10c

8%
8%

Preston Mines Ltd—
Proctor-Silex (The) Corp__l
Progress Mfg Company Inc_l
SI.25 conv preferred
20

6%
3%

Class A
Class B—

10%
20%
233/4
12%

Prophet (The), Company—_1
Providence Gas Co
.•
Public Service of Colorado—
4% % cum preferred
100
Puerto Rico Telephone
20c
Puritan Sportswear Corp
*
Pyle-National Co
.
5

9
26%

1
1

8%
2%

Quality Importers Inc
Quebec Lithium Corp

footnotes, see page 96.




——,

93'/4

49%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
213/4

1%
13 Va

Sale
Sale

91%

Sale

87

89

2i/2 Nov
6
6% Nov 21
11/2 Nov
1
13y8Nov 1
89
Nov 11

9%
Sale
Sale

9%
41/4

Sale

Sale

IS
5%

Sale
Sale

ft Nov 4
5% Nov 22

44%
4%

Sale
Sale

3%
iov4

Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov 22
4
3% Nov 29
9% Nov 26
4
7% Nov
6 3/4 Nov 22
11% Nov 6
Nov 26
120
24 Va Nov 11
21/4 Nov 26

4%

Sale
5
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

2 y2

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

3%
10%
42%
4%
3%

3%
Sale
43 Va
Sale
Sale

3

Sale

Sale

103/4 Sale
11% Sale
9%
9%
210
Sale
31 Va 31%
Sale
%
4

33%

4%

Sale

Sale

8%
8%

8%

9%
7%
13
121

Sale
Sale
122

25%
2%

Sale
Sale

3%
83/4

Sale

40
4
2 3/4
23/4
6 Va

9%
10

9%
2 IS
30%
%
4

41

Sale
3
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

30%
Sale

Sale
Sale

8%

8%

Sale

9

8

Sale
710
Sale

95
50
Sale

94%

95

61

16%

Sale
16%

Sale

59%

Sale

Sale
2%

12y4

Sale
2ft

2

9

343/i

Sale
Sale

91/4 Nov 4
3% Nov 22
13

Sale

Sale
25
Sale
Sale

Sale

9
Nov 29
25% Nov 12
253/s Nov 22

Sale
7
Sale

3%
15%
24%
21%
12%

24

37y2 Nov 29
iy8Nov
1
3 Va Nov 26
7% Nov 22

21*6
6%
13/4
14%,

Presidential Realty42,700
86,700

2.800

11% Nov
4
371/2 Nov 22
17 Va Nov -1

Sale

6%

12%

Nov 27

2%
6%

Plastic

24,200
6,700

is

9% Nov 22
55 y2 Nov 26

7%
11%
121 %
25%

—

Sale
Sale
24 Va
Sale
Sale

10 Va
55 y2

7
IV*
9% Sale
104% 106%
23 V* Sale

6%

263/4

9%
54 y2

4%
10%
8y8

11%

Sale
Sale

10% Nov 11
32 ya Nov 26
291/4 Nov 13
6
26% Nov
263/8 Nov 12
26% Nov 7
8
26i/4 Nov
24% Nov 26
6
233/4 Nov
4
3% Nov
Nov 26
98
95% Nov 20
101 % Nov
1
153% Nov 19
8
95% Nov
Nov
3
8

Sale
Sale

4
Sale
Sale

3%

21
Sale
Sale
Sale

11%
56%

42

Phillips Electronics & Phar¬
maceutical Industries
5

51

313/4 Nov 26

5% Nov 22
102% Nov 29
4% Nov 7

Sale

4
6
4
6
1

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

Nov
5% Nov
17% Nov
3 Va Nov
221/4 Nov

32%
9%
19"%

53/4
102%
43/4

5%

Nov
43/s Nov

3%
Sale

22% Nov 22

-

23V4 Jan

96y» Nov 29
7% Apr 18

3
19

20 Va

73/4
4

153/4

Sale

25

25 %

21%
123/4

Sale
Sale

91%
613/4

92%
Sale
Sale

16
603/4

11%
lis

Sale
Sale
1%

Nov

4

34

4% Nov

Nov 13
Nov 22
Nov 27
Nov 22
Nov 26
23/4 Nov 29
Nov
8
6
8% Nov 21
6% Nov 22
9% Nov 12
2H Nov 14

3%
8%
40%
3%
23/4

30%
.%
3%
32%

Nov 21
Nov
1
Nov 22
Nov
6

7%
7%
73/4
3%
15%

Nov 22

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
25
Nov
20% Nov
123/4 Nov

22
26
26
6

11

26
4

1
8

11% Nov
33% Nov

Nov 14
Nov 20
4
27% Nov
30
28

7

26% Nov
26i/2 Nov
Nov

1
1

Nov
Nov
Nov
961/4 Nov
Nov
102
Nov
155
96% Nov
3% Nov

14
14
20
20
1
1
27
6

Nov
1/2 Nov
6% Nov
105 V* Nov
53/8 Nov
12 Va Nov
47
Nov
17 y8 Nov
393/4 Nov

4
11
1

24%
24%
4y8
99 y4

25

21
1
20
4

12
1
1% Nov 8
7
33/4 Nov
8% Nov 12
I
10
Nov
261/4 Nov 15
261/4 Nov 14
_

l
1
1

Hi/4 Nov
56 y2 Nov
2 3/4 Nov

6% Nov 27
8
l3/4 Nov
151/4 Nov 11
92% Nov 4

10% Nov 14
1
4% Nov
141/4 Nov 12
Va Nov 19
4
6 3,4 Nov

Nov 29

Jan
2
43/4 Oct 25

3%
11%
42%
43/4
3%

Nov

4
4

Nov

Nov 18
Nov
4
Nov
1
4
3% Nov
6% Nov 12
1
10 34 Nov
1
12% Nov
8
9% Nov
1
210 Nov
32% Nov 12
10 Nov 26
Nov
7
4
353/4 Nov 14

9

8%
8%
4%
16 3,4
25%

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

1
4
6
6

Nov 12
Nov 14
4
22
Nov
4
13% Nov

10% Nov

12% Nov

75

2

101V* Aug 19
11% Jan 25
6Va Jan 25
79

Oct 31

73/8 Feb 14

4
Jan
Nov 26

11%
35
31%
29%
27%

Oct

Oct 22
Nov

6

3
263/8 Oct 24
26

24%

233/4
3%
97%
95%
101 y4
140

95y8
3

Sep

Feb
Nov
NOV
May
Oct
Sep
Mar
May
Jan
Jan

6
26
6

2
29
19
15
7
11
22

22% Nov 22

ft Nov 27
53/4 Feb 28
101% Aug 20
3% Jan 3
83/4 Jan
8
371/2 Nov 22
17 Va Nov
1
35% July 24
ft Jan
3
3 Va Apr 26
2
5% Jan
6% May 9

19% Jan
19V* Jan

3
7

9% Nov 22
54% Jun 24
6
2% Nov
61/2 Oct
1% Apr
11% Apr
72 V* Jan

4
9
4

3

8% Mar 12
33/4 Nov 22
12 V* Feb 19
y2 Aug 27

5% Apr 10

3% Jan
91/2 Apr
5% Jan

6% Apr
8% Aug

4
16
3n

7
7
105
Jan
211/2 Jan 17
2% Jun 21

2% Apr 26
7% Apr
3
33
Apr 15

3% Aug 16
7
1% Jan

1
Nov
Jan 17
4
Jun
Jun 21
1
Feb

27% May 2
27% July 11
26
Apr 17
25 Va Jan 28
9
5y8 Jan
101
Jan 30
991/4 Jun 13
104 Va Jan 28
163 Va Jan 24
3
98% Apr
4

May 27

263/4 Feb

19

Va Nov 11
8% May 10

1063/4 May 29
6% Oct 21
12 Va Nov 20
66% May 22
21% Jan

8

42% Jun
2y8 Sep
5y8 Sep
9% Aug
12
Sep
26 V* Nov
26 V* Nov

3
23
6
15
4

15
14

16
Jun 27
571/2 Aug
1
3 li Aug 12

7%
2%
15 y4
92%
10y4
7y8
16
iy8
8%

May 17
Jan
9
Nov 11
Nov
4

Nov 14
Jan 21

Apr 15
Sep 23
July 30

52% Sep 11
6% Aug 2
4% May 29
13% July 3l
9% Nov 29
8% Feb 18
133/a Nov 15
126
Aug 28

323/4 July 18
5

5
13%
493/4
6

Jan 11

Sep 30
Sep 30
3
Sep
Jan 23

22
19
14
1

1
3% Nov
6% Feb 27
7% Apr 29
13% May 27
14% Oct 28
9% May 17
3% Feb 15
35% Jun 10

Va Oct
3% May
29
Jun

3
1
6

3% Jan 24
4% Oct 21
37
Jan 17

7%
7%
6ft
3%
10 Va
21%

5

2% Aug
4% Sep
8% Nov
6% Nov
$7% July
210 Nov
29 Va Aug

Apr

9
4

21

July 29

8%
9%
9%
5%

Sep 16
Sep 16

Jan
3
Jan 21
Jan
2
Jan 17
20 Va Sep 27
12% Jan 21

Jun
3
Jur 25
17% Aug 26
25% Nov 14
25% Feb 27
14% Apr 18

91% Nov 26
49% Jan 4

96
July 2
69% Jun 12
16"% Nov 14

9
Jan
2
23% Mar 19

1
4

8% Feb 26
US Nov 26

.

17% May 17
343% Sep
5
81/2 Oct 25
34Ya Sep 18

37% July 9
13Vi Feb 27
22
Mar 19
23
May 6

Jan

Nov 15

Nov

6

8
3

2
18
2
Jan
3
Jan

25%
8%
20
19%
7 V*
32 Va
29 Va
26 y2
26%

4

Nov 20
122
28% Nov 15
1
2% Nov

Mar

12% Oct
2% Jan

4
17 V4 Nov
4'/2 Jan 24
241/2 Sep 18

4
10% Nov
9% Nov 29
1
7% Nov

133,4 Nov 15

»

10% Jan
4
3ya Oct 23
117% May 17

23% Apr 11
9
33/4 Jan

7
93% Nov
64% Nov 13
16% Nov 14

8

2

52% Nov 12
53/4 Nov 20
8
41/4 Nov

91% Nov 26
59% Nov 7
15% Nov 6
52% Nov 26

It* NOV 26

12% Oct 14
19% Jan 30
4% Mar 20

1

15ya
3%
18 V*

7

96

2
8

1
8
4

15%

Feb

llj

Nov

79

3

16

Apr 15

1% Apr

4

8% Apr 16
10% Feb 14
2'/a Oct 16
2% Oct 21
4% July 25
67 y2 Aug 12

32% NOV
100

Nov 14
Nov 7
Nov 14
1
Nov
Nov 22

Nov

Sale

Jan 25
Oct 25
Jan
2
8
Jan
2
Jan

13

75

9

534
1%
7%
1%
lft
2%
57%

22
1

75
5

4%

Prices

Jan
Jan
92
5% Jan

' 1

73%
4%
15 Va

Sale
Sale

7

1
21

10

24%
hi

45%
17%

1
20
7
7

15% Nov 11
30
Nov
1
8
Nov 13

Nov 26
Nov 29

Sale

~6% Sale
104% 106%
5% Sale
11% Sale

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
21/4 NOV
3% Nov
Nov
67
Nov
95
11% Nov
2% Nov

6%
1%
93/4
21/8

9
4

24 V*

1

Fhillips-Eckardt Elec__

6% Nov 26
NOV 11
96y4 Nov 29

Sale

Sale

Sale

31

3

%

Philippine Long Dist

7

Sale,

12%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

95
Sale

96

9%
4%
13 ya
%
6%

5

13 y2 Nov 29
21
Nov 22

94

Nov
7
Nov 27Nov
6
Nov
7
Nov
4
Nov 22
Nov
1

95%
3y8

Perfect Photo u
—
*
Permian Corporation.:
10c
Peruvian Oils & Minerals—1

9%

Sale
Sale

65%

Co—

Common

Sale

Sale

64%
9%
2%

Nov 22
Nov
1
Nov 26

53/4
1%
8%
1%
13/4
23/4
65%
93 y2
8%
1%

Sale
Sale
Sale
2

Highest

Prices

Sale
Prices

Ask

Sale

3

96 y4

Sale
Sale

162
95%
Sale

1%
1%

Sale

Sale

156
95%

9

31

16%
3%

96%
102%

6%
1%

Sale
Sale

Sale
53/a
16%
Sale

19%
Sale
Sale
29%
Sale
Sale

Bid

13%
28%

10
43/8

Sale
Prices

Lowest
Sale

Highest

Closing or

Sale
Sale

15

29y8
7%
32 %
100
9%
4%

—

Screw. Company_10c
Phoenix Steel Corp (Del)—4
Piasecki Aircraft Corp
Pierce Industries Inc
1
Pioneer Plastics Corp..
1
Pitts & Lake Erie RR.
.50

32,300

2ft

Page-Hersey Tubes Ltd
19% Sale
39%
Pall Corp class A_L.
_1
36% Sale
1 %
Sale
Pancoastal Petroleum vtc Is
% Sale
3%
Sale
Pantasote Co
1
3% Sale
8
8%
Park Chemical Company
1
5% Sale
10
Sale
Park Electrochemical A
10c
8
8%
25% 26
Parker Pen Co class A
_2
19% 19%
25% 25%
Class B
-2
19
19 V*
Parkersburg-Aetna Corp—Name changed to Paco Inc
Parvin

10,100

27

—

Paddington Corp cl A

78,100
1,525

29%
27 %
27 %

Rights

Paco

10,600

20
18%
7%
33%

Tel-11

Pacific Petroleum Ltd -wts"
Pacific Pwr &Lt5% pfd_100
Packer's Super Markets—1

8,000
99,300
5,100
55,500 1,454,200
107,800
8,000
44,500
3,400
86,200
3,700
600
19,600
46,000
1,700

10

4.36% red 1st pfd
-25
Pacific Industries Inc
_2
Pacific Lighting $4.50 pfd__»
$4.40 div cum pfd—.
•
$4.75 div preferred
*
Conv $4.75 div pfd
$4.36 div preferred
-*
Pacific Northern Airlines—1

527,000
77,900

1,400
30,400
58,000

25 %

Pacific Clay Products
8
Pacific Coast Co common—.1
5% conv preferred
25
6% conv 2nd pfd A
.25
Pacific Coast Properties
1
Pacific G&E 6% 1st pfd__25
5Va% 1st preferred
-25
5%
1st preferred—
25
5% red 1st preferred
25
5% red 1st preferred A-25
4.80% red 1st pfd
25
4.50% red 1st pfd
—25

Pacific Northw't Bell

Sale
Sale
Sale
2'/4
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

22

6%
10%
3%

^1
Oxford Electric Corp
1
Oxford Mfg Co class A—._1
Overseas Securities

468,500

350

2 3/4
57
93 Va
5%

50c

284,100
10,060
23,900

6,800

123,400
2,500
4,200

1%
Sale

1

Ohio Brass Co

34,500
199,800
3,120

1%
9%

1%

Ask

6%

Sale
Sale

1

823,300

2,500

Sale

North Ind PS 4 %
pfd_100
Novo Industrial Corp
___1
Nuclear Corp of Amer
10c

69,700

59,000

Bid

Lowest

Nov. 29

Opening or

6%

ItV

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN NOVEMBERNov. 1

2
7%

Noma Corp
Noramco Inc__

Oak Manufacturing Co
Occidental Petroleum
Ogden Corp—

10,300
148,400
253,100 3,257,100

Price Jan. 2,
1963
Opening or
Bid
Ask

75

Nov 15

14% May 16
3% Jan 23

American
Stock Exchange

Aggregate Sales
Since
Jan. 1

in

November
Shares

624,400

400
22,400

10,600

5,200
4,400
700

17,100

Reda Pump

210,000
832,700
243,200
1273,400

63,900
90,400
42,100
14,200

2,100
27,800
16,200
23,200
20,300

R.

11%
23%

Sale
Sale
Sale.

8%
4%
10%
48%

Sale
Sale
10%
Sale

1

20 Ya

Sale

21%

Sale

1
1

9%
7%
1%

Sale
7%
1%
28

7%
6%

Corp

2,500

19,100
720
700

5,700
9,900
100

2,900
8,500
11,900
13,000

1,900
10.400

17,200
14,400
8,100
35,700
18.000

8.520

51,800
21,700
3,500
200

6,100
13,600

Royalite Oil Co Ltd

2.800
400

22,400
7,300
8,800
257,400
189,600
78,400
53,200
204,900
172,200
1,815,450

1,400
8,700
12,700

5,000
4,700
12,800
7,800
53,300
700

7,800

5%

5%
24%
4%

Sale
Sale
Sale

87 %

87%
4%

16,200

2,880
4,550
341,000
162,000 1,902,900
1,425
5,970

481,600

169,500 1,054,400
11,400
106,200
8,500

9,100

450
800

44.200

3,030

51,290
8,000
204,100
162,700
72,600
108,700
178,200

500

10,000
13,000
8,800
6,500
8,000

13,000

2,300

25,600

9,400

77,200

6,200
500
7.300

29,700
8,100
98,000

5,200

74,100

700

12,800

For

footnotes,




Ltd

50c

1

25c

Corp

Industries Inc_l
Security Freehold Petrol
•
Seeburg (The) Corp
1
Seeman Bros
3
Sel-Rex Corp
1
Seligman & Latz Inc
1

150

500

20

series.

Corp of America

,_1

Servomechanisms Inc
20c
Seton
Leather.
*
Shaer Shoe Corp
1
Shattuck Denn Mining
5
Sherwin-Williams
Co
12.50
4% preferred
100
Sherwin-Williams of Can
*
Siboney Corp
.10c

Signal Oil & Gas class A
B

Class

■

2
__2

8%

Sale

5%

85%
4%
11%

Sale
4%
12

14

Sale

87%
4%
13%
15%

3%
Sale

3%
5
■

—.

7%
4%

8%
11

8

4%
Sale'
Sale

2%
11%
13%

Sale

3%
2%

Sale
Sale

15%
3%

Sale

3%

Sale
Sale

Sale
3%

4.78%
4.32%

cum

preferred

cum

preferred

96.

7%

7%

7%

9Vz
1%
5%
13%
31%
3%
16%
2%
3%

Sale
Sale

8%

Sale
Sale

1%
5%
13 %

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

3%
3%
18%
2%
3%

Sale

3
Sale

7

6%
6%

13%
9%

Sale
Sale

Sale

4

11%
___

5

80%
94%

21%
%
26%
26%

4%

Sale
Sale
Sale
11%
____

Sale
Sale

%
1%

15

3% Nov 29
13% Nov
6
9

Nov 22

5
7

Nov 27
Nov 12
Nov 14
Nov 26
Nov 22
Nov
1

8%
1%
5%
13 y4

2% Nov 22
3y8 Nov 22
16% Nov
7
2ya Nov 26
3V4 Nov
1

10% Nov
7% Nov
7% Nov
9% Nov
1% Nov
6 % Nov 11

13% Nov 4
3% Nov 15
1
Nov
18% Nov 29
3 % Nov 14
7
3% Nov
4

Nov
Nov

18% Nov

Nov

1

Nov
Nov

1
1

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale-

7

7%
2%

2%
5%

Sale

9%
5%
11%
3%
20%
17 %
6%
2%
5%

5%

Sale

4%

6%

6%
23
8

5

Sale
Sale

Sale

~7
3

12%
7

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

6%
23%
■

7%
14%
15%

Sale
Sale
Sale
7
Sale
Sale

Sale

3

Sale
Sale

8%
84

98%
25

■fir
25 %

12%
1°G
2%

Sale
Sale

9%

28

33

17

—

7
8
82

Sale

Sale
Sale
99%

2
27

25%

4%
33%
4%

Sale

16

Sale

Sale

35%

29

29%
Sale

30%
26%
231%
23%
22%
18%

2%
86

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

31%
Sale
Sale
23%

4%
13%
32%

30%
"26

23%
23 %

Sale

221/4
17%

Sale

2%

23

88

84

Nov
23% Nov

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

8%
16%
15%
7%
3%

26
29
22
22
8
Nov 20
Nov
1
Nov
7

9% Nov 18
ft Nov
1
1% Nov 27
Nov 27

16% Nov 22
33 V* Nov 22
48 y2 Nov 27

55

4%
33%
4%

Nov 13
Nov 22

29

54

5% Nov
6% Nov

33

Sale

1
1
Nov
Nov
6
Nov 29
Nov
1
Nov 18
7
4
2% Nov
1
5% Nov

Nov

Nov 27

22 V2 Nov 22
25 Ya Nov 19

Sale
Sale
Sale

35%

5Va

Nov 26
Nov 22
Nov 26
Nov 26

ft Nov 21

Sale
Sale

27% '

51%

Nov 20
Nov 20

Nov 11
98% Nov
6
22 y2 Nov
1

—

%

Nov 27

4% NOV 20
4%
6 50
17 Ya
7
14
13
5y2
2%
11V8

Sale

12%
8%

Nov 26

Nov 22

4

5
Sale
7 Ya
Sale
Sale
Sale

6%

Sale
28

2%

8%
5%
10%
3%
19y2
13%
6%
2y8

5%
11%

7

12%
7%
8%
85%
99 %

1
4
13
14

4

Nov 26

29
4

4
3

17
27

20

28
2
9
1
Oct
Nov 22

4% Nov 20
4% Nov 27
6

13
7

Feb
Jan

13
2

8
14
Nov 29
12% Feb 28

Nov
8
Nov 14
Nov 29
Nov
7
NOV 15
Nov
4
Nov
6

Mar 13
2% Nov
8

Nov 19
ft Nov 15
1
26 % Nov
28

2
-

7

Nov
4
Nov 20
Nov 29

25

Nov

6

12% Nov
1
II Nov
7
2% Nov 14

Aug

4

10% Apr 19
7
6% Jun
Jan

o

74% Feb

12
11
16

Oct 17
Apr 16

July 31
15
Apr 18
Sep 19
Jan

Jun

10

10% Jan 7
12% Feb 19
3% Mar 25
12% Jan 10
13% Jan
2

May 13
Oct
4
Nov 29
Jan 27
Jun 21

5%
4%
18%
3%
4%

Mar 19
3% Jan
9
May 21

23
Apr
9
20% May 16
22% Apr
5
1% Sep 11
11% Apr

7% Sep 24
Sep 23

12%
5%
25%
19%

Mar

4

May

8
28
23
21
26

Aug
8% Apr

4% Feb
6% Aug

9% Jan 28
12

Jan

16

7}* Apr 29
24% Oct

11%
16%
18%
10%

15

Jan 24
Nov 20

July 10
Sep 27

5% May 1
16% Jun 26
9% Mar 14

19

10% Aug 19
Sep 20
Jun
7
Jan 25
% Apr
1
31% May 22
32 % May 22

7
l
1% Jan 14

13% Oct 28
II Jan 18
3% Jun 20

Nov 27

49% Jan 22

5
96

Jan

22% Oct
i~6 May 29
22% Nov 22
25 Ya Nov

3% May
% July

Nov 11

29

17% Nov
4
34% Nov
7
55% Nov 20

28

31

9
22

Jan 23
Jan 21

89%
5%
15%
17%

24

1%
9%
6%
11%
4%
20%
17%

9%
6%
11%
3%
20%
17%

11

S7/a Jan 25
Nov 26
9% Jan
8

7% Jan

1

20

1ft Nov 20

16
15
14
30
20
4
10

21

21

lft

12
3

25

Aug 16
1% Nov 4

19

19
Nov
19% Jan
4i Jan
8Ya Jan
4% May
9% Mar
3% Nov
16% Feb
9% Jan
6% Jan

19%

5
13
11

6% July 31

5
6
16
12
8

8

lft

3% Jun
5% Aug
1V* Nov
46 Ya July
13% Apr
21% Aug
6% Oct
5% Jan
18% Jan
9% Jun
14 % Jun
3
Sep
8% Mar
14
May
% Jan

3% Jan 21
3% Nov 29
♦ 13% Aug
30
7% Mar 22
3% Mar 1
6% Sep 23
8YB NOV 14
lVa Nov 26
5% Oct 31
9% July 22
2% Nov 22
2% Jan
2
14% Jan 2
2
Jun 26
3
Mar 18

4

Nov 26
Nov 29
19% Nov 11

3
26

2
13 Ya Jan 24

Nov

Nov 22

2
16
8
2

11% Apr

1
4

20
2

Jan

3% Sep

19% Nov

1

4

15

23

2

85

Nov 14

4% Nov 14
6
14 % Nov
15% Nov 11
4% Nov 22
8
3% Nov
13% Nov

26

2
4% Jan
24% Nov 21
4% Nov 11

6

Nov 26
5% Nov 15

25

88

3

4% Jan

22

Nov

1% Nov

16%

Sale
Sale
77

Nov 22

5% Nov

11

1

19

27%

75

4% NOV 26
11% NOV 22

33
Sale

Sale
23%
23 %

Nov 21

87

4% Nov 22

16%

Sale

18%
2%

4% Nov 11

4%

32 %

7%

22%

4% Nov 22

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
6 Vk
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

17%

6%

ey4 Nov 14

24 y4 Nov 21

Sale
Sale

34%

6%

7

2

ft Nov

21

Sale
Sale
1%

,

1

ft

Sale
20 Ya
1%
Sale

27

5%

Nov

14
Mar
3% Jan
3% Sep
13 y2 Oct
6yS Aug
4% Jan
1% Jan
6% Jan
10% Jan

8
Nov
Nov 13
Nov 13
8% Nov 8
4
11% Nov
2% Nov 4
7y2 Nov 26
6
13% Nov
% Nov 12

26
26

Jan

2iyz

28

M

23%
23%

8

11

21
19

23
Sale
Sale

5%

26%

2%

$37 Ya Nov 18

15

8%
84%
99%
22%
%
26%

96

18
27
27
22
29
26
26
22
6

Sale

....

13%
4%

3
2ya Jan
2% Nov 26
y2 Aug 30

Nov

1
Nov
Nov 11
1
Nov
Nov 19
1
Nov

16%

5%

_...

7

3

3%
iy4
42
12%
19%
6%
4%
16y2

Sale

19%

2%
5%

9% July 10

18 %

20

6%

5% May 13

20

19%
%
8%

Sale
Sale
18
Sale

7% Nov 11

Nov
Jan

Sale
Sale

Sale

9%
3%
17%
9%
6%

Nov
NOV
Nov
Nov
Nov
NOV
7ysNov
7% Nov
2% Nov
7% Nov
12% Nov

9% Jan
7% Jan

19
21

1

27

1%

Sale
19%
Sale

5%

Nov 20
Nov 26
Nov
4

8
8
Feb 19
Jan
Jan

2
4
2
Feb
1
31% Nov 20

20

21%

it
83/i
5%

5% Apr 24
5% Nov 19

Sale
Sale

1

25
_25

5

3%

1

1%

20

1
1

4.24% cum preferred25
4.08% preferred
25
Southern Calif Petroleum
2
Southern Realty & Util
1
Southland Royalty Co
-5

see page

Sale

5%
13%

Southern Calif Edison—
5% original pfd
8.33%

4%
12%
15%

7% Nov

5% Nov

12%
%

4%
3%
13%
9%
5%

3%
13%
10%
7

20

Sale

Corp
Manufacturing Co__
South Coast Corp

411

20

14%
27%
41%

Soss

ft

Sale
Sale

•

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

4%
14%
7%
9%
2%
7%
12%

4%

22

46

Sonotone

6

88

19%

44%

dep rets ord reg shs_£l
Skyline Homes Inc cl A 50c
Slick Airways Inc
»

17%

Sale

21%

Simmons-Boardman
Publish
Corp S3 conv preferred
*
Simpson's Ltd common
»
Sinclair Venezuelan Oil
1
Am

12
Sale
Sale

— —

Silicon Transistor Corp—20c
Silver Creek Precision
10c
Silvray Litecraft Corp
25c
Simca Automobiles—
Amer dep receipts
lOOf

Singer Mfg Ltd—

Sale

•

Season-All

1,300
27,600

93,300

& Elec Co—

Scurry-Rainbow Oil Ltd_3.50

279,300

Sale

4%

7%

Seaboard Allied Mill'g Cp_l
Seaboard Plywood & Lum
1
Seaboard World Airlines
3

Servo

1%
6%

1%

7%

Screen Gems Inc

100,900
794,000
145,700
50,230
66,500
426,700

18.600

— —

20%
Sale

Industries Inc
_25c
Paper Corp com—25c
6% conv preferred
10
Sayre & Fisher Co
1

679,700
10,800

5,200
44,700
19,500
3,950
7,200

Sale
Sale

2%

pfd 4%% series
20
series—20

Sealectro

14%
8%

20%

Saxon

91,400
9,400
51,800
1,400
99,900 1,007.500

35,300
10,800

1
1

Savoy

100,600

Sale
17%
Sale

51/8

15%
3%
4%

Sale
15%
Sale
Sale

11

16 pesos

Cum pfd 4.40%
Sarcee Petroleums

2,500
176,500 1,510,100

11 %

Sale

....

19% Jan 22

Nov 19
Nov
4

2%
2%
%
37 Ya
11 Ya
17y2
5%
3%
13 y2

8

23% May 16

1

5% NOV 22

3
Sale
Sale
Sale

5%

'

*
2.50

Corp Ltd
Salem-Brosius Inc
San Carlos Milling Co
St Lawrence

55,400
61.200

2%
2%
%
39 %

Sale

1
50c
1

Ryerson & Haynes

Cum

3
Sale
Sale

5%

*

Industries
Russeks
Inc
Russ Togs Inc class A
Ryan Consol Petroleum

Ltd
San Diego Gas
Cum pfd 5%

2%
3Ve

July

19% Feb
6
14% Feb 25
63% Aug 20

21% Nov

6
6 % Nov
4
1% Nov
31% Nov 20

1
29

Sale

Sale

1
*

Rusco

279,600

6% Nov 26
5% Nov 19

4%

Brothers Inc_.
1
Products Inc
1
Rowland Products Inc
5
Roxbury Carpet Co
.1
Royal American Indus—50c
Royal School Laboratories_lc

21,600
79,000

Sale
6%
Sale

1

extended

Rosenau

446,900
48,500
60,600

6
1%

ft

Ross

409,000
432,300

7%

6%
1%
29%

ft

Broadcasting Inc—1
Rolls-Royce Ltd—
American dep rets reg-fl
Roosevelt Field Inc
1.50
Roosevelt Raceway
1.20

66,100
236.700
131,900
128,800

Sale

Sale

Rollins

234,500
45,200

20y2 Nov 27

6%
10%
%

—10c

—

Rodney Metals Inc
Rogers Corporation

7,300
36,800
$78,000
131,700

Sale

11

16
11 Ya
9%
16

3% Sep 27
10% July 23
23
Mar 1

Nov 22
1
5% Nov
1
8% Nov
1
4% Nov
12% Nov 11
50
Nov 11

Nov 20
Nov 26
Nov 27
Nov 22

Sale

2
8y2 Jan
10 y2 Feb 11
4% Nov 26
3
6% Jan

13% Nov 14

20%

~6%

Prices

Nov 22
4% Nov 26

11

10%
42%

Sale

Prices

10% Nov 22
..

TVs
3%
10%
29%

8

4%

Highest

Sale

Prices

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

*

1
•
1

Ritter Finance Co Inc— '
Class B common
1
River Brand Rice Mills_3.5o
Robinson Technical Prod_20c
Rochester Gas & Electric—
4% preferred F
100

18,100
47,000
87,900

Sale
11%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
3
7%
Sale
Sale

1
1

Ridgeway
Rio Algom Mines Ltd
Warrants series A

76,900
2,500
178,300

Sale
Sale

%

11%
10%
4%

%
41%
11%
19%
6V4
4%
151,4
7%
11%
2%
7%
13%

1
5

1
Mining—50c
Corp
1

RIC Group Inc
Rico Argentine

Vtc

2%

2%
3%

lVa
29

Sale

7

—

—

Broadcasting Corp_l
5c

Rio Grande Valley Gas—

7,900

27

1
25c

Company

M.

Resistoflex Corp
Restaurant Associates

321,500

18

.

Republic Foil Inc
Republic Industrial Corp
Republic-Transcon Indus

27,200
17,400
331,400
454,800

6%

l

Remington Arms Co Inc

491,500
115,800
161,300
242,000

36,700

Sale

10%
8%

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Sale

Highest

Prices

Ask

Bid

Ask

5%

Industries Inc
Reis (Robert) & Co
Reliance Insurance

192,100
52,300

27,500
21.600

D.

Reeves
Reeves

•

260,400 4,062,500
600
100

E.

Bid

-PRICES IN NOVEMBERNov. 29
Lowest
Sale
Closing or

11%

Realty Equities of N Y

455,900

Opening or
12%
10%

Real Estate Investment
Trust of America
Real Properties Corp of
America class A

8,500

16,100

Nov. 1

10
—40c

Rayette Inc

Warrants

Sale
Sale
Sale
7

8%

25c
*
20c

1

Rapid American Corp
Rath Packing Co

231,000
72,000
46,600

Ask

Bid

Par

Inc
Ramco Enterprises Inc
Ramer Industries Inc
Ramo Inc

147,900

10,700

Opening or

Radiation

278,300
417.500
18,500
33,200
842,200
10,400
122,300
90,100 1,030,200
7,600

Price Jan. 2,
1963

STOCKS

Shares

32,800

37

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

December, 1963

12% Mar 25
Jan
3
41 Yt Jan
2

91
100
25

21

Jun

19

35% Oct 17
60
Apr 29
Mar 28

30 Ya Nov 22
4y8 Nov
6

35% Nov 11

Sale
Sale

4% Nov 29
12 y2 Nov 26
30% Nov 26

5% Nov
4
13% Nov 14
35% Nov
1

4% Oct 16
11
Jan 18
4% Nov
6
4% Nov 29
12% Nov 26
27% Jan
3

31%
26%

26%

26% NOV

1

28% July 23
26% Feb 28

Nov 27

23% Apr 11

May 16
27% Jan 24
Feb 12
25

24 % Nov
8
23
Nov 12

4
23% Oct
22% Nov 18
16
Apr 11
1% Nov 26
74% Mar 4

25

Jan

23%
19%
4%
93%

Aug 21
July 31
Feb 26

4% Nov 11

5
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
23%
22%
Sale
Sale
86

-

Nov" 12

23 Ya Nov 19
23% Nov 19
22 y2 Nov 18
17% Nov 22
1% Nov 26
86

Nov 11

5

5

24

Nov 12
Nov 20

19% Nov 6
2% Nov 13
88% Nov 18

6

41%
7%
8%
17 %
40%

Sep
Jan

3

8
Jan 14
Jun 13
May 21

33

Oct

30

3

38

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

Aggregate Sales
in

American

Since

November

Stock Exchange

Jan. 1

Shares

6,900

STOCKS

Shares

80,300
94,800

12,000
6,500

Par

Speed-O-Print Business
Machines
Corp___
1
Speedry Chem Prod cl A_50c
Spencer Shoe Corp__
1
Sperry Rand Corp warrants-

113,600
125,900 2,061,900
27,900
14,500

330,900
303,100

Sports

10,100

6,500
.0,300
2,000

153,400
43,200

450

3,200

Standard

123,800
54,800
408,300
810,300

100,500
15,700

class

B

steel Co of Canada
Steel Parts Corp^__

854,700

Stelma Incorporated

13,900

122,500

9,700
8,500

246,300

1,700

_*

10c

or

Ask
Sale
Sale

Closing

or
Ask

Bid

Sale

6

Sale
Sale

6
4V4 Nov
6% Nov 8
7% Nov 22

Sale
Sale

IVt
24%

Sale
Sale

Nov 27
22% Nov 22

9%

Sale

9y8

Sale

26%
12%

26%
12%

26
13

4%

Sale

4

Nov 22
26 % Nov 14
12% Nov 26
8
3% Nov

Sale
Sale

32 y4

Sale

4%

Sale

4>A

3%
8
%
22V*

3%

4%
10 %

4%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
21%

4

8%

U
21%

9
17 V*

Sale
Sale
Sale
17 %

21 74

17y4

Sale

Sale

23
15 %

8

12%

Sale
Sale

Sale

16%
20%

Sale
Sale
21%

22

Sale

21

Sale

14%

1674

Sale

10 74

84,100

10%

1074

1474

Sale
Sale

16 Va1074
1474

1774
Sale

16

Sale

1674

900
34,700

1
Sterling Breweries IncL_
Sterling Precision (DeD _10c

1674

53,600

26,600'
664.900'
5,700
255.600

Stetson

174
2574
1974

26
Sale

41,800
43,500

504,200

174

5%
7

Sale

2
6%

Sale

II_1
Stop & Shop Inc
1
Strong Cobb Arner Inc.
Struthers Wells Corp
1
Stylnn
4
Cnrp
;

1974

51,400 r sunair Electronics Inc—_10c
810,800
Sunset Internat Petroleum_l
76,500 TSupercrete Ltd—i
25c
61,500
Superior Window cl A_
10c
71,700
Supermarkets Operating_50c
.'77,000
57,500
Supronics Corp
i
25c
8,300
125.000
Swanee Paper Corp,
l
372,100 5,034,200
Syntex Corporation
2
,185,400$!,314,200
New common -J
1
48,900
48.900
Systron-Denner Corp
*

618,300
112,800

16,300

:

4.500
67,000
10,000
8,500
3,500

567,200
; 9,100

42.000
1,800

47,300 1407,800
41,800
673,300
185,100 3,308,900
14,500

175.800

9,900

154,300

Talley Industries Inc

1,000
2,200
725

11,475

3,400
28,200

16,800
258,300

3,300
54,400
7,800
96,600
660,400 1,398,000

17,400
.7,000
9,200
9,300
26,100
•2,200 "

14,200
3,000
2,1004.800
12,400
.5.300

73,500
34,500
2,900
2,800
45.200

112,100
97,500
108,700
123,400
376,200
36,400

174,800
45.500
14,100
18,000
17:300
82,400
415,000
480,600
51,300
88.000
379,900

5,500
2.550

i.

190

3,300
3.400

58.300

28,400

59,200
326,100

15.200

104.600

11.000

101,200

11,000
5,100

37,000

For

97,000

footnotes,




7674

147a
8%

_

8

8%

26%

Tel-A-Sign Inc—

20c
10c
1
*

2V*

Sale
Sale

Industries—

Television Industries

1,900
4,000
38,500

229

.

Sale

67,200

200

2

1674

Sale

Telectro

2%
5%
5%
2%

1

2%

3%

2

Sale

Tenney Engineering Inc„10c

32%
i9ys
iy4

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Warrants

__

.

;

Term-Hudson EIectronics_25c
Texas P & L $4.56 pfd
*
Texstar (The) Corp—
10c
Textron Electronics Inc__50c
Textron Inc warrants: 7
Thew Shovel Co—
5

Thompson-Starrett Co

10c
10

70c conv preferred
Thorofare Markets Inc——5
Thriftimart Inc class A
1
Tillie Lewis Foods Inc
_1

Tobacco Secur Trust Co—
Am dep rets def reg
5c
Am dep rets reg
5s
Todd Shipyards Corp—__20
Toledo- Edison 4%% pfd_100

Tonopah Mining of Nev
Tower Universal Corp
Town Photolab Inc
Trans-Lux
Corp—
Trans World Airlines

1
1
5c

1
'wts'

Transportation Cp Amer 10c

7%

96

Tri-Continental Corp warr
True Temper Corp
;
10
Unexcelled Chemical Corp
5
Union Gas of Canada
*
Union Investment Co
4
Union stk Yds of Omaha_20

Unishops Inc
.-.
i
United Aircraft Prod
United
United
United
United
United

Asbestos Corp_.
Canso Oil & Gas vtc_l
Elastic Corp__—20
Foods Inc_J 4
1
IrriD & Inv Corp-2.60.

United Molasses Co Ltd—
Amer dep rets ord reg_10s
United N J Rv & Canal_100
U S Air Conditioning
50c
U S Ceramic Tile Co
5
[T s Natural Gas Corp
l
U S Rubber Reclaim Co
1

United Stockyards Corp__25c
Universal American Corp-—
1962
1955

see page

series
series

96.

warrantswarrants—

2%

1
2 y4

Sale

%
5%
13%
20%

Sale
Sale
Sale

174
Sale
Sale

1%

15 Vt Nov 26
9
Nov 26
13% Nov 26
1
16
Nov
174 Nov 4
25 % Nov
4
17% Nov 26
574 Nov 6
8
Nov 22
6% Nov 29

Sale

1474
Sale
Sale

1874
7
8%
674

Sale

174
16

iTi

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

.1%
11%

Sale
11%

16%

17V4

22%

Sale

2A

90%

3y4
3%
3

12%
4%

Sale

9%
33%

10

29

8

167-8
12%
2174

~4%
3 A
3
40
7

4%

29

Sale

17%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

iy8

1%
Sale
Sale

•

Sale

15

Sale
Sale

Sale

17%
12%
22

1574

4%
14%
37%

Sale
Sale
Sale

25

2574

674
19%
14 Vz
2074

1974
14%
20 V4

12

Sale
Sale
Sale

40%
Sale
Sale

4%
474
18474 186
2% Sale

3%
2 196
1%
38%
8 74
2%

Sale

%

2

6y8
1974

14%
18 74

39%
8%

39%
7%
2%

3%
2 Va

ll6iT

5ii
198

874
5S4

8%
Sale

274
2%

Sale
2%

1%
174

1%
1%

1 Vz
174

Sale

3
101

% Nov

1
Nov 19
4
12% Nov 22

Sale
Sale

9
Nov
10 Vz Jan

26
3

23 y2 Feb
2iy« Jun
16% Oct

1574 Oct
1% Apr

8

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
1%

4% May 21
6

Feb

8

2 Va Nov

7

174 Aug 26

6y2 Nov
74 Nov

1
4

574 Nov 25
2
74 Oct

6
4
Nov
4
87% Nov
19% Nov 19

Nov
8
3

1%
2V4
374
10174
%
4%

Nov

Nov

4

8
11
8

Nov
Nov

4
1
Nov
1
Nov 12
Nov
6

Nov

1

11

6
Nov 22

10% Nov 13
7% Nov 26
14% Nov

.

4%
11%
34 y4
34%

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
2
Nov
1% Nov
Nov
39
7% Nov
2% Nov
6

1874
14%
17%
9%
3%

6
19
26
22

26

26
7
7
21

26
26
26
22

12

16
24

774
25 74'
93%
474
3 74
3%

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

74 Nov 29
13 74 Jan

174
9%
35
6374
1274

4
12

Nov
Mar 6
*>
Jan
Oct 29
Nov 22

10% Aug 21
8

Jan

3

123
May 17
16% Feb 23
8% Jan

2

1% Nov 15
1% Nov 26
4% Mar 19
4% Mar 19
1% Mar 8

% Mar 12
1% Nov
7
274 Aug 12
4
98% Jan
15
ig Aug
1
4
Oct
11% Mar 19
20% Jan
2
l»/4 Nov 26

4
20
19

2iy4 Mar
90 % Jan

2

29

8'/4 Nov

8

16% Nov 13
13

1
14% Nov
37% Nov 12
36 y4 Nov 27

7

Nov

19% Nov
Nov
2074 Nov
12 Va Nov
3% Nov
15

1
4
11
4
1
1
6
1

Nov
1.4 Nov
40
Nov 22
4
8% Nov
1
3VB Nov

2U

7

7

12% Nov
13 Va Nov

Nov

Feb

613 Jan

12
12
1

5

11

29

7

9
3% Jan
274 Nov 26
2% Jan 10
10% Oct 30
4ya Jan 15
7% Mar 7

9%
3%
9%
3274
29

Jan
4
May 22
Mar 27
Mar 6
Jan
2

196% Nov 20
2 y4 Nov 20
7
7% Nov
10

Nov

8% Nov
5y2 Nov

1
4
6

1% Nov 27
1

Nov

4

19874
274
8%
11%
10%
574

Nov 27
7
1
Nov 15
Nov 14
1
Nov
Nov
Nov

1% Nov
1% Nov

4
6

12
13

29% May 24
16% Nov 29
21% Oct 17
2714 jun 24
16% Oct 25

P.
10
9

17% Mar 27
1% Jan 23
40

Jan

2

26% Apr

5

8

Sep 16

9% Nov 14
8

2% Jan
774 Jan
1? Mar
1% May
2574 Aug
374 Jan
1774 Oct
260
Nov
8774 Nov
1974 Nov

11
1C
28

10
26
25
8
4
4
19

17% Oct 11
9

Apr

26 y2 Oct
46 y4 Sep
22
Sep
2% Jan
3VB Mar
6% Jan
9y8 Oct
3% Oct

2

25
11
13
2
14
4
21
14

4
2% Jan
3% Mar 8
7% Jan 31
102
July 12
% Jan 29

6% Mar 1
16% Oct 29

25% July 18
2% Feb 15
13 y8 Jun
3
9
18% Jan
24% Jan 11
Jun 25
8

8
3% Feb
Apr 23
Aug 15

8%
27%
94%
4 Va
5V8
4%
14%
13*4

Jun

28

Aug 28
Feb
Feb

6
11

Sep 20
Oct

31

9% Jail

2

18% Aug

1

Aug 29
17% Oct 18
41% Sep
6
6

36Vz Sep 16

5% Oct

3

10% Jan 25

17% Mar

4

21

Jun

15%
23%
12 74
5y8
31?

Oct 24

12% Jan

17

Oct

30

20

9% Nov 26
3% Nov 26
2

Nov

26

iy8 Jan
36

2
Mar 13

Jan

2

2% Sep

9

4'/4 Jan

26
22

6y2
199%

3

25 y8 Oct
3
17% Nov 28
4 74 Jan
2

2% Jan 22

374 Nov

4%

40

6% Jan 14
614 Aug
7

374 Nov 27

92

8V4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

4y8 Nov 27
3% Apr
5

20%
6% Nov 12

Nov 18
Nov 22
Nov 26

3V2 Nov

Sale

16% May 23
17 y4 Jun 26
34 y« July 12

14% Sep 24
20 Vz Nov 26
6% Jan 18

11
15

374
Sale
Sale

36%

12% Nov 21
11
Mar 5
30
Feb 28

Nov
1
Nov
1
Nov 14
4
1% Nov
4
11% Nov
4
15% Nov
6
21% Nov
1
67-a Nov

21% Nov 22
iy4 Nov 26

Sale
Sale

574
574

10

Nov 27
7
Nov 26
Nov 12

6
2 % Nov 26

1174

36y4
35%

5%
5%

Sale
Sale

22
26

iy2 Nov

Sale

274
7%
1174
10 V2
5y2

5
7

26
26

Sale
Sale

10

5%
6%
19774 199%
2ya
Sale
8%
Sale

1%
4%
5%
2%

15

7»/2 Nov 21
2474 Nov 22

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

•

Nov 22

4% Jan 28

1574 Nov 26

Nov

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

27Va July 15
17 V* Jan 25

4
1174 Nov
1574 Nov 18
1674 Nov 26
174 Nov 1
8
27
Nov
1
19 Vt Nov
7
Nov 29
974 Nov 14
4
7
Nov

8% Nov 20
1
26% Nov
35 31 Nov 12
19V2 Nov
1
4
1% Nov
7
2% Nov

374 Nov 27

16 y4
4 74

2
7% Jan
23% Feb 11
12% Nov 26
3ys Aug 6

1774 Nov 12

15

Nov 26
Nov 22

2

Nov 27
Jan
3

1

15% Nov

Nov 26

374

.

18%

8

14% Apr 23
6% Jan 22
Jan 14
12
4
9% Oct
2% Jan 21
26% Oct 22
11% July 2

19 y8 Jun
iy» Feb

8
8
16% Nov 29
8
21 Va Nov
4
23 Vz Nov

Nov 22

10%
8y8
24 y8
24 %
14%
iy8

Sale
Sale

1

29
1

7% Jan 16
% Nov 26
Nov 22
19
814 Mar 15
i7y8 Mar 12
4
16% Jan
7% Apr 23

•% Nov
22 Vz Nov

Nov

Sale
24%
9374

12

1
4% Nov 13
12
Nov 12

74 Nov

774
24%

1274
8

4% Nov

2

374

3%

7

17
260

1274 Nov 22

Sale
31/4
102
100
Sale
%
Sale
4'/a
Sale
14 Va
Sale
22
Sale
1%
11%
11 y8
Sale
15%
Sale
207/8
6% Sale

92
4
3

Nov

32

1

8
4

Nov

1% Nov

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

7y8
2%

4

Nov

6

2% Oct
6% Nov
6% Apr

6

Sale

2
5

13% Nov
13% Nov

Nov

Sale
Sale

8*4

Sale

24%

1% Nov 21
1
25% Nov
1
9% Nov
26% Nov 20
13 % Nov 12
1
4% Nov

,i74 Nov

21

Sale
Sale

Sale

374
11%
13 74

374
274

8y4

Nov 27
Nov 26
Nov 4
Nov 29

7% Nov 27
8% Nov 27

23

Sale

8%
Sale

3 74
8
2574
Sale
4
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

25
92

Sale
374

"474

13

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

274
7%

374

9y8

Sale
Sale

12

6%

21%
Sale

4%
Sale

8274

NOV 22

4
7% Nov
5% Nov 19

15ys Nov 26
20574 Nov 22
65 Va Nov 26

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Prtce»

19
12

Sale

15%

11%

7

2174

1%

1674

15 Va
21

3

6%

22

23%
1%

;

__

174
5%
%
74

Sale
Sale
22V2

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

16

12

27%

6

Nov 26

Sale

26

74

374
99'% 101%
11
Sale
4 74
Sale.

6y8
Sale
Sale

:_10c
50c
1

5%
7%

98y»
Sale

Transue & Williams Steel

Forging Corp _j
*
Trav-ler Industries-.
1
Triangle Conduit & Cable--*

Sale

21

29

26
22
22

20% Nov 26

1674

Sale

2174

'

8%

212.300

55,900

1374
2%
12

A
iHs

74

20%

10,400
14,800

6,900

1274
274
1174
3574

174
674

Sale

1

11,800

43,400
6,200
42,600
1,800
6,900
8,400

74
%

1

TelePrompTer Corp_
Teleregister Corp

521,200
2,975
556,700
86,400
806,400
89,100
331.800
17,800
70,400
97.200

6
9
674

2%

Inc__

Technicolor

21,500
193,000
93,100 1,079,200:
5,300
82,400

125
23,500
7,200

474

Talon Inc 4%

preferred
10
Tampa Electric Co_
*
Technical Operations Inc__*

-

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

40

8% Nov
Vz Nov
Nov
19
Nov
12

21%
Sale

Sale

*

4% Nov 27
3% Nov 26

12

Sale

12 %

B)

Sale
4ys

Vz

1^ 74

(John

Nov 22
31% Nov
4

9%

1974

Stepan

12% Nov 21

32%

1
Chemical Co
_50c
Stephan (The) Co
5
Sterling Aluminum Prod :

:

9

Sale
Sale

12%
12%
31%

Nov 29

1

26%

Sale
Sale
32%

Highest

Sale
Prices

Prices

Sale

13%
31%

Lowest

Sale
Prices

6

6

-

Highest

Lowest
Sale

4%
8%
8%

13

*

Ltd

Nov. 29

1%
25%

Sale

12%
31%

Stanley Aviation Corp_; :10c
Stanrock Uranium Mines
1
Star Industries Inc cl A
1
Stratham Instruments Inc_l

114.700

4,800
66,900

13%
4%

1

Tube

Sale
24
Sale
Sale

23%

1

Standard

232,500
53,200

500

_1

Standard-Thomson Corp

206,600

48,000

Brands Paint-

7

5%
7%
8%

Sale
Sale

7%
lS/8
18%
7%

lc

Bid

5%
Sale
Sale

9%

Standard Forgings Corp___l
Standard Metals
-3c
Standard Motor Prods Inc—
Class
A
.___2
Standard Products Co__
1
Standard Shares Inc
1

52,800

9.800
1,300
20,000

Inc

Opening

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN NOVEMBER-

Nov. 1

Sale

11%
5%

Standard Dredging Corp___l
$1.60 conv preferred
20

23,900

129,300
12,660
77,900
645,600

Arenas

Price Jan. 2,
1963
Opening or
Bid
Ask

o

184% Jan
2 74 Jan

4

7

5
6

Jan
Jan
5% Jan

2
2
17
3

4% July 31

May 28
Nov

8

Jan

4

1H Aug 29
41
Jan
4
9% Apr
4*
5y8 Jan 10

674 May 23
202
May 15
3 % Apr
1
9
Oct
9

1274 Sep 23
11% Aug 29
6y4 Jun
7
2% Jan

1

3

4

1

Apr

1% Nov 27
Nov

7

Feb

10
14

American
Stock Exchange

Aggregate Sales
November

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

in

STOCKS

Par

159,000
50,700
270,500 1,743,400
575
7,600
37,600
309,200
24,700
77,700
39,000 1,241,700

Universal Automated Ind_10c
Universal Container A
10c
Universal Controls Inc
25c

7,400
68,500
15,700
99,500
12,600
259,300
219,600 1,777,300
79,600
532.400

Valspar Corp
Valve Corp of

36,200
3,900

29,000
3,200

1,900
15,900

433,000
48,000
62,700
101,700

6,300
31,900
1,700
9,300
6,400
19,500
34,800
473,500
265,000 3,299,900
800
18.160
51,100
141,000
4,800
74,900

5

~9%

Sale

1

6 3/i
9%

Sale
Sale

4 V'b

Sale

7%
3%

Sale
Sale

America—25c
Capital Corp
1
Co—1
25c

Instrument

Victoreen

Viewiex *nc class A_.

Virginia Dare Stores Corp—name changed
l:-on Coal & Coke__
2 '
9% Sale
Vita Food Products Inc—25c
lo% Sale
Vogt Manufacturing Corp—*
11
11%
Va

1

VTR Inc

& Bond common
4
6% conv preferred-:
10
Wakefield Corp
.
1
Waltham Precision inst Co_l
Webb & Knapp Inc com_10c
S6 series preference
»
Weiman & Company Inc.—1
Wentworth Mfg Co —.—1.25
Waitt

West Chemical

Products_50c

5

ft

10c
1
10

Sale

Sale

12%

Sale
Sale
Sale

1%
14%
4%

46,800
33,800
202,300

221,200
190,200

Williams-McWilliams Ind_10
Williams (RC) & Co
1

15

14,500
225
150

800

156,000
11.525
2,500

17,300

15,900
103,190

2,000

44,500

800

23,600

14~000
25,200

400
.44,300
235,900

Wilson. Brothers

,

688,300
439,900
47,600

pfd_100
Wood (John) Co
*
Wood Newspr Mach Corp
1

1
40c

"%

preference
Corp

Wright-Hargreaves Ltd
Express

Class

1974

26%

27

58%

62
Sale

7,ion Foods Corp.

Alsco Inc 5%s conv

6%S
1972
A Amer Steel & Pump 4s 1994
Appalach'n El Pwr 3%s_1970

Sale
2%
Sale
Sale

13 Vs
4

Sale
Sale

8
3

4%
Sale
Sale

8%
11

17%

8%
2
16%

11

14

4%
4%
21%
8%

Sale
17%

9%
2%

2

21
11
12

26

22
8

Nov

4

5% Nov 22
16% Nov 29
98

Nov

4

8% Nov 4
10V4 Nov 22
17% Nov 26
8 ft Nov

8

—

15% Nov 22

Sale
Sale
4%

12% Nov 22

Sale

21 Vs Nov

Sale

7% Nov

Sale

3

4

Nov

4% Nov

Nov

1

1
4
1
22
7

2,000

25,000

32,000

755,000
198,000

837.000
389,000

26,000

496,000

140,000 1,163,000
325,000 1,713,000

39,000

762,000

411,000 5,803,000
101,000 1,012.000
29,000 1,282,000
288,000 1,107,000
26,000
762,000
50,000
501,000
11,000
460,000
104,000
772,000
847,000 11164 000
58,000
734,000

9% Mar

4

Nov 26

13

10% Jan
4
4% Oct 31
3

6%
6%
1%
%
42

6Y*Sep 17
12 Va Aug 21
20% Mar 15
16 Va Aug 15

5% Feb 15

Nov. 8
Nov
8
Nov 22

4% May 27
9% May 24

July 25

9
8
Jan
8
87
6% Oct 13
Jan 11
5

Jun
Aug

6
6

3% May 24
3% Nov 26
21 % Jun
3

8% Sep 27
2% Jan
iy» Jan

27% Sep

4

A Aug 29
25% Feb
6
29% Nov
1

1

4
1

1

—_.

7
1

Nov 14

94% Jan

10

9% Jan

3

% Sep

5

19% July
9% Jan
1% Nov
13% Sep
4Vj Oct
12% Nov
5Vs Jan
5% Nov

17
9
21
9
22
26

2
8

14% Sep 25
14 Jan
8

27% Sep
19
Sep
2% Jun
16% Apr

20
12

Feb

6

6

18

18

18% Apr 19
7
8% Oct
17% Mar 8

Nov 22
Jan
2
Jan 10

2% Nov 26
8% Jan 25
19% Mar 27
102
Jun
4

8% Nov 4
10
Oct 21
16% Feb 19

13 Vs Jan
4
20% May 16

6% Jan
4
2% Mar 11
15
Oct 28
ii Jan
2

8% Nov
1
2% Mar 29
18% Nov
7
1
Feb
5

8Vs
3%
3%
15%
4%

17 % Jun

HI
5%
15%
95%

July 23

Mar 25

May 28
Jan 11
Jan
2
Jan
3

9% May 17

18

4% Feb 25
4
4% Nov
23

Nov 14

3

Nov

7

9% Sep 12
4% Feb 13

4

27

Jan

3

85% Oct 30

8

80

Nov 26
58% Apr 26
92 V* Sep
5

102% Feb
4
65
Sep 17
95% Jun 14

8% Nov 29
3% Nov 20

81

85%

80

90

82

Nov 18

85 Va Nov

83
62 Va

83
62 Va
93%

Sale
64%

Nov 26
80
64 % Nov 11

93%

85
65
Sale

94

93

Nov 21

84
Nov
65
Nov
94 % Nov

4
6

Sale

109%

104

Nov 26

115% Nov

1

70

Sale

86%

Sale

86

Corp—

1975

6s series A

Bethlehem Steel 6s

1998

6%S
———1977
Boston Edison 2%s
1970
Brandy wine Raceway

Assn 6s debs

-1978

BSF Corp 5%s conv
3%s

126% 128

113
126%

Sale
—

1969

107 %
90%

Sale
Sale

100
70%

71%

89

93

100% 100%

101

102

92 Va
91%

94
Sale

Sale

102
125

Sale

107
—

89
89 Va

91
92 Va

84 Va Nov

100

7

Nov 26

89 V4

92

ser

rev

'47

1978

100% 102

00

£ B S 13

113

Nov

89
90

1
—

—

102

102

102

6s conv subord debs

1976
a%s conv subor debs_1978

Nov 26
Nov
4

Nov 22

92% Nov 11
1
91% Nov

102

NOV 22

4

92 Va Nov 19

100 Va Nov 26

100% Nov 11

92

Nov

175
113

Sale
Sale

145
106

172
Sale

168
100

Nov 26

6

88% Aug 19

100
Feb 11
126 Va May 21

148 Va Jun
4
128
Aug 26

86

Sep 26
89% Sep 25

115 Va Jan 28
92 V4 Feb
6

Nov 22

100
Feb IS
71% Jan
8

102

100% Jan

102% May 16

7

Nov

1

118 Va Mar 27

4

100

6
8

39% Nov

1
6

30

69 Va Mar 13
Nov 15
83
Nov 27

83% Nov

4
4
1
1

84% Nov

1

72

175
114

120 Va Sep

11

68% Jan

Nov

Nov 19
Nov 22

30

104

96

July 19

175
114

Nov

6

3

4

Oct 29
Oct 29

42

liy4 Jan

Jun

Lack & West RE

Lackawanna of N J Div—
1st mtge 4s ser A—1993
Alst mtge 4s ser B.1993
First Nat Realty & Constr

30 VA
11 V4

30%

39%

Sale

15

16 %

31
12 Va

34%

12

14

Nov
13% Nov

69%
53%

77 Va
49%

85 Va
78

72
48%
83 V4
80%

74'ft
Sale
Sale
82

Nov 15
83
Nov 27
791/4 Nov 15

50
86

83%

78 Vs
Sale
Sale
Sale

77% Nov

1975
1981

71
Sale
87
Sale

73% Nov 13

1981

1977

87%

Sale

84%

Sale

81%

Sale

81

Hartfield Stores 5%s

1981

76%

Sale

73V4 Nov 26

85

55

77
60

74%

1973

70
80

Sale

Hoffman Inter'n 7s
Hudson <fc Manhattan
1st mortgage 6s

55 Va

Sale

52

Nov 22

99

98
78

Sale
Sale

99%

99%

73

75

98
72

Nov

65

52%

41V*

_1976

Corp 6%s ex warr
Fotochrome Inc 5%s
Gen Development 6s_
General Foam Corp 6s
Gulf American Land—

6%s convertible

1982

ATrust 6%s liq tr ctfs
Kaltman & Co 6s
IP'*'*
Kawecki Chemical 4%s_197o

Livingston Oil 5%s
1982
Mergenthaler Lino 3s__1977
(Continued on page 96)

96.

86

44

Nov 26

15

Nov

Nov
Nov

98%
61%
44%

Sale
116 W
lbrr% 104%

99
109

Sale
117%
101% 102

203%
101

43V4
102%
Sale
Sale

101%

Sale
42 V,
95
101%
Sale
IO6V4
Sale
183
104
101

41 %
100
105
161

1
Nov 27

Nov 14
Nov

12
Nov 26
Nov 22

100% Nov

4

44

77% Jan 15

Sep 25

Feb 19
19% Feb 18
78
62
96

Aug 14
15
May 24
84% Feb
8
15

79
86

14

69% July 30

100
78

Nov 20
1
Nov

96 Va Feb 20
61
Jan
7

100

44

Nov 18

41V4 July 19
99
July 24

48 Va
127
116
223Va
106 %

102% Nov 21
109% Nov 11
7
Nov
104% Nov 15
210

50

103
112

Feb

27

Jan 28
Mar 1

100% Sep

17

Jan

93% Jan

4
76 Va Nov
57
Nov 11

Corp—

Hyarometals 6s A
—1972
Italian Power Realization—

For footnotes, see page




4% Jun
6
14% Oct 25

Oct 14

7% Jan
2
2% July 24

3
7

Chem—

1972
Instrument

uetaware

120,000
35,000

3

2

Coburn Credit Co Inc—

77,000
769,000
200,000 1,313,000

9
Jun 11
19% July 23

ft Jan

3

Chicago Transit Authority
12,000

5% Mar 5
9% Jan 31

19 y4 Jan
22% Jan

14% Nov 13
4 Vs Nov ¥1
4% Nov 4
23

19% May 21

3% Sep 23
4V» Oct 25

18% Nov
8
99 Va Nov 14
8% Nov 29
1
11% Nov
4
19% Nov

18% Nov
%
Nov

2

9% Jan

2yS Apr 23
2% Mar 3

2% Nov 26
1
6% Nov

_

July 17
fl% Feb 12
13
Aug 26

1

4

7
14% Nov 20
5% Nov 18
8
13% Nov
7% Nov 19
9% Nov 15

8% Nov

Jan
7
Jun 27
Jan
7

97% Mav 31
12% Jan 10

12% Nov 13
ft Nov 4
23 % Nov
17
Nov
1 Va Nov

3
6%
5 Va
81

Nov 22

3%

Bloomfleld Bldg Indus

13,000 1,685,000
17,000
444,000

29% Nov

Nov 21
Nov 22

2

1
% Nov
24% Nov 29

__

Sale
Sale

Ii Nov

Nov
Nov

3
4

Sale
Prices

4

6

115%

94

1975
Montrose

7s
Belock

11,000

8%
Sale
19%

%

4%
21%

21
22

95 % Nov
3 % Nov

Highest

Apr 16
Nov 13
8% Jan
2
9% Nov 22

Co

6s
Baldwin

87,000 1,288,000

4

Sale
4 Vs
4%

20% Nov
11
Nov
1V4 Nov
14% Nov
4% Nov
12% Nov
6% Nov
5% Nov

24% Nov 13

Realty <& Petrol Co—

Associated Oil & Gas

221,000 1,209,000

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

8% Nov 13
2

1%
4%
4%
37%

SINCE JAN. J

BONDS

S

149,000 1,433,000

9

1

-50c

2
17 Va

Sale

8%
3%
3%
15%
4%
4%

,_25c
._25c
5

392,100
17,300

Amer

—

Inc—

System

A

_1

579.000
46,000
811,000

8%

6%

Wear

99

3

13

1

Sale
Sale
Sale
99 Va
Sale

98

6%

6%
2%

5

6

% Nov

2%
6
16%
98%

Sale

Sale
18%

19

12%
1%
14%

12% Nov

Sale
Sale

2 Vs

8%

21

22

Sale
Sale

7%
7%

6%
18 %

11%

7

26

Sale
Sale

Sale

,

5c
£1

Sale

Sale

Sale
17%

_2

Work

7%

Sale
Sale

Woodall

Industries Inc
Woolworth (F W) Ltd—
Amer dep receipts

Sale
Sale
Sale

15%
96%

12%
17 Va

157.400

17,000 3,162,000
15,000
6,000
36,000

1

25

5% preferred
Wisconsin P&L4%%

Yale

58,400
72,900
6,000
12,700
41,000
2,400

2ft
7

1
Va Nov
Nov
8
25% Nov 19

Sale

IV2

1

2% Nov 26
3% Nov 26

Sale

14%
4%
13%
7 V*

of Tex
common

Sale
Sale

%

2%

Nov 22

2%
3%

22 %
17

S~ale

6%
1%
ft
42 Va
4%
3%

2

is

Nov 14
1
Nov
Nov 4
Nov 29

94% Nov 22

3
Nov
6 V* Nov

Sale

%

9 Vs
Sale

10%
15%
16
5%

96

12%

23%

1
Nov
3% Nov 11
14 % Nov 13
5% Nov 15

23%

Sale

24%
25%

14%
5%

Co

3%
23%

Sale

1%

Oil

44
5 Vs

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

14%
5%
13%

Wilshire

4%
3%

Sale

23 %
27%

Sale
20

Wichita River Oil Corp—
1
Wieboldt Stores Inc
•
Williamhouse (The) Inc_10c
Williams Brothers Co
1

5%

Sale
Sale

8V2 Nov 11
15

1
Nov
1
ft Nov
47
Nov 12
7
6% Nov
8
3% Nov

7

/'2

2

4
1

Nov 22
1
Nov
Nov 21
Nov 22
4
Nov
Nov 26
23% Nov 22

3%

6%
6%
1%
ft

Sale
Sale

8%

Nov 26

4% Nov 18
7% Nov 18

3%

6%

2%
3%

3%
6%
7%

1

8
8

Sale

Sale

ft

11% Nov
17% Nov

9% Nov 22
15

Nov

2

4
5% Nov
6
5% Nov
39
Nov 21
9% Nov 27

6
7% Nov
8
8%
7% Sale
13% Nov 26
Sale
Sale
15%
14%
1
3
Nov
Sale
Sale
3
3%
8% Nov 22
Sale
12%
12% Sale
4
Nov
7
Sale
Sale
5 Vs
4%
to Atlantic Thrift Centers Inc
1
9% Nov
Sale '
Sale
10 %
9%
13
Nov 26
Sale
Sale
13%
15 Vs
14 Va Nov 26
Sale
14%
15% 16 Va
1
5
Nov
Sale
Sale
5
5

Sale

Whlppany Paper Board—10c

477.800 1,186,300

Sale
Sale

3%

59,500

16,700
33,000

10
16

3

2,300

1

Sale
Sale

94
2%

1

Laboratories

8% Nov 26

Sale

Weyenberg Shoe Mfg

Whitmoyer

Sale

96%

63,300

Class A

9

2%

19 %
23 Vs

55,900

37% Nov 13

95 %

Western Stockholders Inc—
Amer dep rets ord shs—Is
West Tablet & Stationery—*

155,500
91,600

38%

Sale

272,200
52,700

3,200
29.000
5.900
1,700
2,500
16,700

37%

94%

29,400
7,500
15.100

White Eagle Internat'l
White Stag Mfg—

38
Sale

93

481,000
582,100

577,300

1 Vs Nov 21
4% Nov 22
1
4% Nov

Sale

31,800
33,500

5c

Sale

24%

9%

Sale
Prices

Sale
Sale

Sale
48

Westbury Fashions
Western Equities Inc
Western Nuclear Inc

Sale
Prices

1%

ft
46 %
4%
3%

44,200

Highest

4%
4%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
4%
22 Va

West Texas Utilities Co—

10e

Ask

2%
II
80 Va
37/b
4%
22 Va

1,630
332,900

100
10c

9
11%
17%

Bid

3%
7

130

-preferred

37%

Closing or

3%
6%

35,700

4.40

2

4%
4%

34 %
Sale

Universal
Uris Building Corp wts
Utah Idaho Sugar Co

or
Ask

Bid

Lowest

Nov. 29

Opening

Sale

4%
33 >4
8%

RANGE
Lowest
Sale
Prices

-PRICES IN NOVEMBERNov. 1

~4% ~5

Insurance—17.78
Marion (Fla)
*

Universal

Venture

Price Jan. 2,
1963
Opening or
Bid
Ask

2,300

47,600

39

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

December, 1963

90

Jan
Jan

15

Nov 20
Aug 14

Mar 1
Feb 11
Sep 12
Oct 18
Jun
3

40

Midwest Slock Exchange
A
Stock SalesNovember

November

3,465,000
38,465,000

(Shares)
(Shares).

Shares

Shares

4,000
5,500

102,300
84,100

3,400
13,300

15,800
125,300

4,065,000

Opening

Par
5
10

Abbott Laboratories
Acme Steel Co

Bid

or

Ask

75%
13%

Sale
Sale

46,100
25,400

2,700
1,300
4,800

2.50

(Un)

Admiral Corp
-_1
Advance Ross Electronlcs_25e
Alleghany Corp (Un)
1

11%
3%

Sale
4
11%

Opening
Bid
110
18 %

11

10%
11%
54%

American Can Co (Un)_12.50

33 %
45 %

33%
Sale

3,700

90,700
43,400

American Cyanamid (Un)_10
Amer Home Products (Un)_l

49 Va
52%

Sale

2,100

Sale

34%
42%
57 Va
63%

7,200
700

29,800
16,900

American Hospital Supply-*
American Investment (Ill)_l

22,800
48,300

189,100
496,600

Sale
Sale

20%
22 Va
17%

16%

Sale

21%

140,700
1,600

183,000
116,200

53,900
17,500

346,400
260,800

American Mach & Fdry_1.75
Amer Motors Corp
1.66%
American Photocopy
Equipment- Co (Un)
*
Amer Radiator & SS (Un)_5
American Tel <3i Tel____33%
Amer Tobacco Co (Un)_6.25

20%
20%

12%
116%
29 Va

Sale
Sale

2,000
16,000
1,000
6,900
1,700
16,100
4,500

59,200
112,900
18,900
71,100
141,600
294,200
81,000
103,300
36,500

60%
16%
30%
40%
11%
28%
52

60%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

3,900
5,300

27,200

10,600
5,100

1
1
150

1.25

Arkansas-Louisfana GaS-2.50
10
_5
1

Armco Steel Co (Un)
Armour & Co

Oil & Ref
Associates Investment Co-10
Atch Topeka <fe Santa Fe
10
5% non-cum preferred
10
Ashland

8,700

242,300
46,100
13,700
26,300

Athey Products Corp
4
Atlantic Refining Co (Un)_l0

15,500
11,400

141,300
118,500

Automatic Canteen Co
of America
Avco Corporation

1,400
3,900
2,700

24,550

600

31,400

44,000
12,100

5,700
8,800
2,900
16,600
500

7,600

127,700
82,100
93.800

237,100
6,000
73,500

3,150
4,300

27,550

81,800
12,500
2,200

100

800

58.200
1,800
8,200

596.500

2.50

3

Baldwin-Lima-Ham (Un)
13
Bastian-Blessing•
Belden Mfg
____10
Bell & Gossett Co
2
Bell & Howell Co
•
Bendix Corp
5
._.

Benguet Consol Inc (Un)_p2
Bethlehem Steel Corp (Un)_8
Binks Manufacturing Co—1
Boeing Company (Un) :
5
Booth Fisheries Corp
5
Borg-Warner Corp
5
BraCh & Sons (E J)
*
Brad Foote Gear Works
20c
Brown Shoe Co
15
Brunswick Corp
•

43%
Sale

20 %

Sale
Sale

54%
18 %

42%
26

25 y#
10 Vs

22%
48

13%
25

6,100
10

5,000
4,800
3,200
3,500
2,900
4,400

112,500
42,200
202,900

60,300
32.100
48,200
4.346

26

—6,871
2,600
1,300

53,600
40,400
66,300

2,500
800

41.600
42,600

2,300

Caterpillar Tractor (Un)
•
Celanese Corp of Am (Un)_*
Central & South West
2.50
Central Illinois Pub Serr
•
Certain-Teed Prods (Un)__l
Champlin Oil & Ref com—1
S3

conv

1,700
3,600

2,000

106.800

512,500

18%

25

Ry (Un )
Chic Mil St Paul & Pac

30
63

1

Chemetron Corp.
Chesapeake & Ohio

51%
9%
13%
20%
18%

•

Chicago & Northwest Ry
5*7- series A preferred
100
Chicago R I & Pac Ry
•

Chrysler Corp

26,400
56,800

Cincinnati Gas & Elec
Cities Service Co___

12.50

Sale
Sale
28 V2

80%
19%
373/4
453/i
9%
321/2
63V4
39%
28%

81 Va
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

12
Nov 22
16 3,4 Nov
6
1313/a Nov
6
26 % Nov 21

Sale

78 Va Nov 21
16% Nov 22

Sal?
38.%

Sale

363/4
453/4
93/a
32%
59Va
38V4
28 Va

Nov
Nov
NOV
Nov
NOV
Nov

633/4
Sale

1
1

11

22% Nov 12
14% Nov

4

17

4

Nov

140% Nov 21
29 Va Nov

1

Nov
4
Nov 14
NOV
8
1
Nov
Nov
7
Nov
8
64% NOV

81
22 %
41 %
49
10
34

Nov 21

Sale
9%
Sale

Nov
Nov
Nov

NOV.26
29
26
22
18

41% Nov
30% Nov 12

26
6

29
11

Sale
Sale

133/s

Sale
Sale

133/s

Sale

23%

Sale

13
22

Nov 26

223/a

14
Sale

123/a

12%
Sale

113/4 Nov 22
22

Sale

213/a

Sale

21

12

13% Nov

22

22 Va Nov
22% Nov

Sale
Sale

22%
Sale
12
1 Va
22%
Sale
48%
Sale

34
35 Va

47%
—

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

23%

49%
lVa
30%
29%
38 %
34 %
463/4

•

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
35
Sale
—

—

—

%
14%

Sale
Sale

11%
133/4

40 Va

Sale

25
21

Sale

41
25

5%

Sale
Sale

13%
13

x 11

34%

Nov 26

22%

5
1
1

26% Nov" ~1
49% Nov 11
1% Nov 21

Nov" 22

Nov 22
1
1% Nov
29% Nov 22
29
Nov
6
1
34
Nov
48

31%
29 3/4
38 Va
35 %

34% Nov 26
44 % Nov 15

48

1
Nov
Nov 19
Nov 29
7
Nov
Nov 11
1

Sale
14
Sale

"13/4 Nov" 18

J?

10 Va Nov 26
13% NOV 22

12 Va

46%

24%

24

Sale
Sale

16
36
63 %

41%

1

■83 o >

18

Nov" ~6

15% Nov
Nov
Nov

6
15
12

193/4
5 Vb

Sale
20
Sale

19
5

Nov 27
Nov 22

42
26
21
5 3/4

Nov
Nov

1
6

Sale

12%

123/4

12

Nov 22

13% Nov

1

1a
Sale

34

33

li Nov 13
Nov 21

%

40

22% Nov

1

34%

NOV

7
22

1

Sale
50 %
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
64

463/8
53%
42

223/4
14%
33%
64

64%

Sale

66

14

133/4
293/4
50%

21

28%
48 %

14%
283/4
483/4

19

25 Va

Sale

25

463/4
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
67

66%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

i

1

1

47% Nov 13

44
Nov 22
44 Va Nov 22

41% Nov
22% Nov
14
Nov
33% Nov
64
Nov

1

13
14

Nov

w <2 g <
1

50

Sale
9%
13 V»

6

1

Sale
Sale

64%
18%

143/4 Nov 11
24 Vb Nov 11

Nov 22

Nov

Nov

Nov 11
1
27% Nov
54 Va Nov 13

i

10%

Sale

17%
x94%

Sale

18%
86

56%

Sale

25%
643/4

25%
36%

Sale

34%

3t>/a

48

483/4

95

95

96
33

98

99

Sale

31%

"4%

Sale

"5

4,800

16,700
27,958
40.050

Coleman Co

3,100
2,900
5,000
22,600

Sale

10

City Products Corp-

Inc—

163%
139 3/8
26%

Nov 13

Nov 22
Nov 22

8.50

5,672
20,200

150

14%

Sale
Sale
65%
Sale

2,200

.

Sale
Sale"
Sale

19%

63
201/2
22 Va
19%

26
52

12.50

:
.•
Cleveland-Cliffs Iron com
1
4(4% preferred—
__100
Cleveland Elec Hluminatg—*
Clevite Corp
1
Club Aluminum Products
•

200

18%

5

14,200 -Colgate-Palmolive (Un) ___1
41,000 Colorado Fuel & Iron Corp_5
95,200
Columbia Gas Sys (Un):
10
285,000
Commonwealth. Edison_12.50

54 Va Nov 15
8
43% Nov
1
24 Va Nov
1
16
Nov
1
36
Nov
64
Nov 13

1

27
26
20

13

1
64% Nov
133/a Nov 26
6
273A Nov
48% Nov
7
6
243/4 Nov

67% Nov 14

153/b Nov 12
32% Nov 12
523/4 Nov 12
27
Nov 11

24%
64

33%
_

46%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

333/4
47%
Sale
32

19%

98

Nov

Sale

26%

27
Sale

44%

100
33

12

303/4 Nov 26

4% Nov

1

19 v4

"5%

19
95

243A Nov 22
59% Nov 18
32 % Nov 22
47
Nov 19

___

5%

Nov 12
Nov 12
1
25% Nov
64
Nov 29
1
34% Nov
47
Nov 19

17 % Nov
6
79% Nov 22

'

.

——

Nov 21
1
Nov
—

5% Nov 19
——

42%
9%

Sale

40 Vb

9%

9%

Sale
Sale

28%

29
Sale

283/4
48%

Sale
Sale

50

40 Va Nov 29
9
Nov 22
27% Nov 12
47% Nov 26

42 Va Nov.

93/s Nov
29% Nov

1
5

4
50 Va Nov 11

•No par value. ^Corrected volume, a Deferred delivery sale, r Cash sale. x-Ex-dividend. (Un) Issue admitted to unlisted




Sep 27
42% Mar 1

Oct 28
Feb 13
Jan 11
Oct 29
55 Va Oct 29

2

20% May 23

2
Mar 25

27% May 9
70 Va Oct 17
32 % Nov 15

14ys Jan
20 Va Jan

52

3

Jun 18
Nov 22

48 V4 Jan
2
49% Mar 25
19 Va Nov 18
2
20% Jan
171/2 Nov 22
2
16% Jan

83/4
12%
114%
26 Va
59

Oct 17
Jan
2
Jan
2
Nov 21

Apr

14%
30%
40%
9%
28 Va

Mar
Jan
Jan
Nov
Jan
52
Jan
38% Nov
26
Jan
60% Oct
25
Jan
10% Jan

1
18
2
2
26
2
2

26
2
22
2
7

22
Sep 12
48% Jan 3

12% Oct

9

21 Va Oct

8

11% Aug 14
22
21

Nov

13%
21%
48
1 Va
283/4
24%
30%
26%
41%
29%
l3/4
90 %
10 Va
12%
25%
22 Va
19

6

Nov 26
8
Jan
8
Feb
Nov 22

Oct
Jan
Jan

4
2
11

July 26
12
Mar 6
M*.y 21

Jun

Nov

18

May

2

37% Jan
47 % Feb

24
4

62% Sep 6
Sep 20

65 Va
20%
23 Va
24%
23

4
Oct
Jun 16
Feb 14
Feb 14

14% Nov
4
18% Sep
6
140% Nov 21
33% Apr 18
81
Nov
4
22 % Nov 14
42
Oct 25

53%
14%
36%
65%

Jun

7

July 31
Aug 29
Oct 29
48Ya Apr id
31
May 13
60 Va Oct 22

30% Jun 25
11% Jun 19
28% Oct 24
56 3A Apr 16

17% Jan 22
29% Jun 12
14% Oct 31
25% July 17
26% Feb
8
21% Apr 22
30 % Jun 13

58 Va Jan
1% Feb
34% Apr
30
Jun
40 Va Feb
35 % Oct
51 Va Sep
35% Aug

25
18
16
25
4
31

13

28

Nov 26

2
Jan 11
90 % May 2
8
20% Jan

Mar 19
Jan
2

42

Nov 22
Nov 27

4% Mar 22
11 Va May

6

15% Jun 25
Nov

15

Feb 18
24
Mar 19
6% Jun 28
34

15

3

1% Jan

% May 31

Sep

14

23 % Jan s/8
37
Jan
2
50
Apr
2
34% Mar 21
37 % Feb 26
41 % Jan
2
22% Mar 4
6
133/4 Jun
29% Feb 12
62
Aug 13
3
19% Jan

35% Nov 14
42
Apr 17

2
3
4
3
3

67%Nov 14
16% Aug 28

51%
93/4
14%
213/a
19%

Jan
jan

Feb
Jan
Jan

50
47%
55 Vs
46 "Va
26%
19%

Apr

2

Oct 29

Sep 10
Feb

7

May

1

Jan 31
37% Oct 21
64% Mar 14
Feb
1
22

34

Aug 28

53% Aug 19
28% Sep 30

and

South Bend RR

25,000
4,700

.

15%

•

preferred

Chicago South Shore

19,500
49,400

41%
23%

Sale
Sale

67% Oct 23
28%
6 Va
13 Va
11%

6
2
Jan
4
Jan
Nov 21

28
41

1
42% Nov
58 y8 NOV 12

26%
52 vs

12

47%
37 Va
38%

20%
211/4

Sale

Sale
Sale
21%
Sale
Sale

Sale

52% Aug

34% Nov 11

30% Nov 22
Nov 22
41
54 Va NOV 22
6OV4 Nov 27
19 Va Nov 18
21% Nov 22
17% Nov 22
16 % Nov 22

10% Nov 11

"sale

37

Sale

Sale

27

18%

1

Sale
63%

Sale

41%
56
603/4

120% Aug 23
20 % Sep 24

113A
3%
9%
9%

17% Jan

Sale

37%
35%
Sale
33%
2 Va

22%

32

Sale

73% Jan 21
2
13 % Jan

32% NOV 15

11

37
35
42

Oil
Ltd
16%C
Canadian Pacific (Un)
25
Carrier Corp common
—10
4%% preferred
50

34%
Sale

Sale

Nov 22
14% Nov 26
24
Nov 22
60% Nov 22
291/2 Nov 6

50

103/4
25%
52%

Sale
26

14,300
22.000

64%
32%

Sale.

Sale
65

1
1
54% Nov 12
1
16 % Nov
1
25 Va Nov
1
67Va Nov

10% Nov
HVa Nov

93/a Nov 21
10% Nov 29

28 vs

28%
25%

700

2,800

2IV2 Nov 22

Sale

49%
1%
31%
29%

11%

66 % Nov 12
1
28
Nov

58% Nov 21

10%
Sale
Sale

26 Va

5

114% Nov 29
1
18 Va NOV

4

10%
27%
533/4

Sale

Calumet & Hecla Inc
Canadian Export Gas &

Nov

16% Nov 22

28

54%
1%

51,200

108

Sale
10%
23%
48%

54%
1%

2,800

15%

10%

23%
13%

1

Burton-Dixie Corp

24

9%
33%
64%
403/4
28 %

22%
13%
22%

2

Sale
Sale

Sale

13%

33%

Sale
54 %
Sale

54

42%

22 %
22 %

Business Capital Corp.

17,900
2,600

Sale
Sale
Sale

~9%

Sale
Sale

49

Sale

32,200

1,100

Sale

~9%
10%

Sale
Sale

80%
20%
413/4

13%

11%
25%
28%
21%
5%

Burlington Indus
Burroughs Corp

Sale

16%
133%
29 Va

13%
22%

1
5
12%

5

Budd Co__

16%
25%
67%
30 Va

123/4

(Un)

92,900
119,000
10,800
188.500

Sale

Prices

_____

59,800

43%
14%

Prices

Sale
Prices

'

90,000

25

64
Sale

613/4

Pricea

Highest

Ask

Sale
Sale

Highest

Sale

Lowest
Sale

Lowest

or

114%
17%

25%

4,300

A V C Corp (Un)
Ampex Corp (Un)
.
Amsted Industries Inc
Anaconda Co (Un)
Apache Corp

Sale

Sale

Sale

10,200

128,600
48,000

Bid

Sale

American Broadcasting
Param't Theatres (Un)—1

5,400
3,900
15,500

Ask

64%

173,300

13,500

Closing

or

28

Allen Elec & Equipt Co
1
Allied Chemical Corp__^—9
Allis-Chalmers Mfg
10
Aluminium Ltd
•
Aluminum Co of Amer (Un)_l
American Airlines (Un)
1

4,600
105,100
139,600

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

—PRICES IN NOVEMBER—
Nov. 29

$1,000

$2,200

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

Nov. 1

Addressograph-

Multigraph

November

35,831,000

1963

Stock Exchange
STOCKS

1962

1963

Bond Sales—

—

Price Jan. 2,

Midwest

Jan."

1962

1963

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30
Aggregate Sales

compilation of the round-lot transactions only

10% Jan
51% May

2
6

24% Nov 22
2
56 Va Jan
2
25% Jan
39
Jan
8
93% Jun 27
30 3/4 Nov 26
39% Feb 4

3% Jun 25
18% Jan
9
40 Va Nov 29

19

May 27

99% Oct 24
28% Apr 29
71% Aug
7
34% Oct 28
49 Vb Oct 21
100

Nov 21

34'/. Aug
5
39% Feb 15

5% Nov 19
34% May 9
48 Vb Aug
5

8% July 18

10% Apr 16

3
2

30% Jun 11
54 % Sep 16

26% Jan
44% Jan

trading privileges,

y

Ex-righta.

Midwest

Price Jan. 2,

Stock Exchange

1963

Nov 1

November

Since
Jan. 1

Opening

Shares

STOCKS

Opening

Shares

2.000
4,000
12,600
22,000
5,600

50,500

Aggregate Sales
in

Consolidated

Par

1.33%

Foods

or
Ash

Bid

34%
42%
24%
44%
58%

Sale

49%

Sale
Sale
45
59

45
35
42

10%

or

Ask

Sale
Sale

PRICES IN NOVEMBER
Lowest
Nov. 29
Sale
Closing or
Prices
Bid
Ask

1,600

47%

48% Nov 22

45
Sale

43% Nov 15
31 y2 Nov 26

Sale

41

NOV

Nov 22

Continental Motors

(Dn)—1

10%

36,700
10,200
64,800
76,300

.

1,100

6,300
2,600

Continental Oil (DelXUn) 5
Controls Co of America—5
Corn Products Co
50c
Crowell-Coliier Publishing-l
Crucible Steel Co of

53%

54

61

61%

56%

23

23%

22%

22 y8

49%

50

39 Mi

Sale

58%
20%

Sale
Sale

21%

22%
19

12.50

45,300

94,700

Curtiss-Wright Corp

3,200
3,900
4,300
9,800
1,400

36,300
47,200
52,200
71,000
18,600

Deere & Co
Detroit Edison

5,200

6,000

40,200
48,300

28,300

246,400
281

____

2;3Q0

72,900
100

-

9,400

20,900

13,600

167,600

America

16%

Sale

(Un)_l

17%

17%

1

1,100

7,300

51%
28%

(Un)

5
5
5

Dodge Manufacturing—
Dow Chemical
du Pont
(EI)

Sale
Sale
56
Sale
31% 31%
234y4 235

_10

(Un)
Co

(Un)

19%

Eastern Air Lines Inc
1
Eastman Kodak (Un)
10
El Paso Natural Gas
3
Elder Manufacturing Co_7.50
Emerson Electric Mfg
1
Erie Lackawanna RR Co
•

Eversharp

Inc

Sale

106% 107 y4
17 Ya
Sale
28

28Va

31%
42 %
54%

Sale

53

12

12%

12%

11% Nov 20

Sale
Sale
Sale

56% Nov 27

57%
19 y8

19%

Sale
Sale

23

23 y4

19%

19%

74
32 Va

Sale
Sale

68 y2
32 y8

69

41%
62 y8

Sale

38%
63%

250

Sale
251

23%

Sale

114

234

26

Sale
Sale

18%

Sale

17%

114%
143/4
33 y8

15

4
61% Nov
23% Nov 12
4
60
Nov

4

21 Ya Nov 26

22% Nov

1

17% NOV 22

19% Nov 11

68y4 Nov 27
32
Nov
6

74

1

Nov

Nov 22

32% Nov 19
1
41% Nov

Sale
235

6
6iy4 Nov
231
Nov 27

64% Nov 14
260
Nov 20

Sale
Sale
Sale

22% Nov 22
110 y4 Nov 20
17
Nov 22

26
Nov 29
7
115
Nov
18% Nov 29

32%
39%

39

— —

33%

34

Sale

Sale

5

Sale

33% Jan

4

40% Mar
23% Jan

4
3

41
53

11

Nov
6
Nov 22
Jan
8

28% Nov 22

35
48

Nov
1
Jun 17

64% Feb 18
13% Jun
5

4
5
3

66 y4 Sep 13
28% May 29
60
Sep
4

Apr

2

24y4Oct 10

2
16% Jan
17% Jan 16

25% Sep 11
24% May 16

51% Jan
2
31% Jan 14
28% Jan
2
55% Mar 1

74% Oct 28
35% Sep 20

229% July 26

2
19% Jan
106% July 24
17

Nov 22

35% Nov

4

35 Va Nov

32% Nov 27

48% Nov
8
50 y8 Aug 23

Jan
Nov
Jan

54%
21%
49%
14%

1

12% Mar 1
3
27% Jan
3% Feb 25
28 3/4 Nov 22

8

4% Apr 16

___

__

1

_ _____

Sale

35%

8
49% Nov
1
45% Nov
1
35
Nov
29
42 % Nov
1
571/4 Nov
12 y8 Nov 22

20% Nov

—

.

6

21% Nov
5
55 y2 Nov 22
17% Nov 21

...

1

(Un)

57%
11%

Sale
Sale

35%

12%

Sale
Prices

47

48,400

Sale

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices

Highest

44 %

20,300

151,200
141,500

3,200

___

Bid

.

Consumers
Power Co
•
Container Corp of Amer
5
Continental Can Co (Un)_l0
Continental Insurance Co__5

43,900

41

MIDWEST STOCK EXCHANGE

December, 1963

Oct
3
65"% May 1
260
Nov 20
42

29y8
122
20%
16 y2

Sep

4

Apr 26
Apr 22
Oct 15

37% Sep 24
3% Feb 25
41

Oct

17

'

1

4%

Sale

Instrument Corp (Un)—1
Firestone Tire & Rub (Un)_*
First Wisconsin Bankshs
5

45%

Sale
Sale

51%
38

Flour Mills of America Inc_l

6%
45%
8%
24%
8%

Sale
7%

49
5
52 Va

Fairbanks-Whitney Corp

5

4% Nov

4

5% Nov

6y8 Jan 11

Fairchild Camera &

7,900
4,300

150,400
140,400

5,300

39,300
7,450
460,900
60,100
113,450
48,800

'

40,800
900

11,800
3,950

14,100
3,100
7,300
228

4,600
11,100
17,300

19,900
110,000
6,862
102,000
157,900

149,700
200

■

2,600

5,400
1,500

37,900
93,800
717,600
72,600
28,400

38,700
5,600

227,900
252,000

5,700

76,300

7,000

39,400

2,500
476,100
5,800
13,700
8,950
1.3,000

1~500
1,300
6,100

1
10

Corp
5
Contract Finance_2
General Dynamics
1
General Electric (Un)
5
General Finance Corp
General Foods Corp_

26,100

5,400

2,000
2,400
2,600
1,050
9,000
2,400

39,500
39,350
25,175
57,200

18,400
868

~450

5,200

15,600

175,400

4~500
2,450

1.500
58,500
15.100

1,450

49,750

700

36,000

8,650

15,800

z

9

11%

9

Sale
10

5%

Sale
Sale
13%
5y8
Sale
Sale

9
3 >4

123/4
4%
26%
84

32

23
21

86%
39%
87%

Sale
Sale
bale
32%

323/fl

87%
Sale
Sale
Sale
32%

Sale
Sale

27%
241/4

Sale
Sale

22 y„

31%

Sale

9%
36%
14%

10
Sale

32%

9
3

42%

42%

4%

82

24% Nov 22
77
Nov 22

86%
38%
79 Ya
22%
32%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

843/4 Nov 19

291/2
241/4

Sale
Sale

28
96 %

317/8
12%

Sale
41%
12%

29% Nov 18
25% Nov 14

23
Jan
2
20% Jan 16

__

Sale

39 Va

Sale
Sale

39%

Sale

26%
15 Va

26%

15

23

6%

8

13%

16

15%
Sale

20%
133/4

Sale

1
6

38% Nov 20

42

45

61% Nov

Nov 27

Nov~18

133/4 Nov

451/4
36%

Sale

43

363/4

3514 Nov

37%
22 y4

27% Nov 18
35% Nov 11
213/4 Nov 14

20

20

Sale

46
145

—

Sale
Sale

32
Sale

3iy2
6

13%

150

—

1
8

Nov 22

4

Nov 29
48% Nov 20
8
1334 Nov
64

5
473/a Nov
37
Nov 26

Nov 22
12% Nov 26
43 Mi Nov 20

27% Nov 18
38
Nov 14
1
22 Va Nov
20% Nov 14
4
13% Nov
4
46 34 Nov

31'A Nov" 20
5% Nov
4

31% Nov 21
7% Nov 27

■

Sale

8 y8

Sale

52%

Nov

6

~8Va Nov"

28

Nov

1

29% Nov

24%
Sale

24

Nov

6

4934 Nov 22

58

53

24
52

8

Sale

7%

53

Nov

24% Nov 12
52
Nov 29
60 y8 Nov 14

89

Nov 22

~8

—

43%
28%

Sale

Sale
Sale

36%

36%

25

25%

•

49%

50 y8

60%

489%
Sale

•

40%
62%

411/4
62%

65%
X641/2

Sale
Sale

2.50

26%

Sale

34%

Sale

_•
•

25
41%

25%
42 y8

27
49%

Sale
Sale

9
43

Sale
43V2
6%

48%

Sale

63%

488

30

6

41% Nov" 11
2814 Nov 26

90

12
8

Nov 20

43% Nov
29
Nov

"I
6

563/4 Nov 20

488% Nov 15
1
60% Nov

Sale
64

59 >4 Nov 22
6134 Nov 22

65% Nov
x64% Nov

Sale

31% NOV 22
26% Nov 19

34% NOV 14

Sale

27% Nov

8

Sale

48% Nov 22

50% Nov

4

6% Sale
46% Sale
5
6

6'4 Nov 12
x46% Nov 26

485
58
63
631
32

Sale
Sale

469

Nov 21

1
1

10

Jefferson Electric Co
5
Johns Manville Corp (Un)_5
Johnson Stephens Shinkle.*

6

10

47%

7

5

Sale

Sale
6

Sale

60%

Sale

Deferred delivery sale, r Cash sale, x Ex-dividend.

Sep 26
Mar

Jan
Mar

96% Apr

'

_

13
53
32

28

13%

13

Feb 11
44 y2 Aug 29
Jan 15
18

40% Nov
6iy2 Nov

58

46%

20%

2
Mar 14

1
3
Aug 28
Aug 26

38% Nov 20

Nov

62 >4
45 V* Nov

36
Sale

36% Jan

May
Sep

39
Sale

Nov 22
Nov 29
Nov 29

Sale
Sale

64

Jan H
Jan
4

Nov 18

15% Jan 10

Nov 27

13%

621/2
Sale

621/4
451/4

35%
221/4

_

28

29%
27%
36 y4
68%
40%
12%

12% Jun 27

40%
13 Va
53 34
40 Va
19%

96%

Sale
34%

23%
Sale

34% Nov

91
Oct 29
23% May 13
34% Feb 25

4

96i/2

47
34

45
153

Nov 22

Sep 13
7
42% Oct

13% Nov

_w .

17%
44%

31

20
90

12 Va Nov 22

58
28

Sale
52%

a

87% Nov 13
1
39% Nov
1
87% Nov
23
Nov 14
33% Nov 19

Sale

38%

24>/4

volume,

6

Nov 22

4% May 24
23 Va Jun 27
72% Mar 6
2
20
Oct
78
Mar 1
3
31% Jan
57% Jan 2
2
17 ya Jan
32
Oct 24

6
Jun
Jan 24
7
Feb
Oct 25
5
Jun
U
Feb
Oct 29
o
Oct

17% Jan
4
22% Nov 14

611/2

52

Steel (Un)

21

2
12

81
9y4
3%
13%
5%
29%
85 Ya

24% Nov 15

Sale

19%
Sale

Int'l Tel & Tel (Un)
Iowa Power Ac Light

271/4 Nov

Feb

8

7
33% Jun
12 Y* Oct 29

7

12%

18%
39%

Internatl Paper (Un)
International Shoe Co

32% Nov 29

9

4

8

Sep 11
11% Sep 23

22% Nov 14

Sale

Illinois Brick Co
10
Illinois Central RR
•
Illinois Tool Works Inc
10
Indiana & Michigan Electric
Co 4%% preferred
100

Int'l Minerals Ac Chum
Int'l Nickel Co (Un)

NOV 22
75
Nov 22
21% Nov
4
37

67% Mar
8% Apr
2% Jan

TV* Feb
59

56% Oct 28
43
Oct 24
4
20% Oct
33
Apr 16

231/4

541/2
40%
19%

Sale

•

9% Nov 22
3 % Nov 11
13
Nov 11
5% Nov 11
2 6 3/4 Nov 29
1
84
Nov

Nov 11

39% Oct 29

8
42% Nov
8
14
Nov
56 y8 Nov 15
42
Nov 14
19% Nov 18

42

13%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

14

13%
54%

28

_•

Nov
1
Nov 26

Sale
Sale

28

15%

25%

Inland Steel Co
Interlake Steamship Co
International Business
Machines Corp (Un)
Int'l Harvester Co

Sale
13%

9
3

10

7%
24%

.

~9y8

12% Nov 22
4% Nov 21

123/4
4%
26%

Sale

1
10

Ac Door

48
Nov 22
10 Va Nov 27
5
28% Nov
1
11
Nov

5

___

Mar 26
541/4 Jan
4

Grlesedieck Co
1
Gulf Oil Corp
8.33%
Gulf States Utilities Co
•

Hupp Corp
Huttig Sash

_

36

40%
60%

1
Hammond Organ Co
Hanna (M A) .Co_
-2.50
1
Heileman <G) Brewing.
3
Hein-Werner Corp
.25c
Heller (W E) As Co
1
Hertz Corp
,.
Hibbard Spencer Barlett
25
20
Holmes (D H) Co Ltd—
1
Howard Industries Inc,
Hubbell (Harvey) class A—5

6

71

78%

17%

3

Greyhound Corp

•No par value. ^Corrected
Ex-stock dividend.




11%

Sale
Sale

Jones & Laughlin

57,600

11%

4
53% Nov
5
10% NOV
30% Nov 14
11% Nov 11

45

44,800

20,900

10
30

Sale
10 y4
Sale

44%

2,700

2,020

51%

10%

5

81,800

Sale

131/2

5,400

26,100

53% Sep 11

Oct 15
42
Feb 28
2
8% Jan
2
24% Jan
2
8% Jan

Sale

85,400

2^300

443/4 Jan 16

13%

1,600
2,900

7 800

4

1

1,800

47,500
94,400
2,000

Nov

10%

Sale
Sale

58

Great Atlantic & Pacific
Tea Co Inc (Un)
1
Great Lakes Dredge & Dk_*
Gt Lakes Towing Co com
•
7% non-cum preferred_10o
Greif Bros Cooperage cl A
•

8~7(X)

16,000
10,200

49

28 %

Indianapolis Pow & Light_*

13,800

Nov 22

19%
Sale

41

190,200

48

191/4
24%

1,900
122,500
34,050

20,100

Sale

55

.

•

20

600

48 y4
5

6

•
6.25

Gray Drug Stores-

215,600

5
32% Apr
32% July 23

41

66,200

14,100
3,600

Nov 11
1
Nov

Sale
18
Sale

6,450

70,000
4,382

38

33%
17%
27%

Steel

56

41% Nov 29
36
Nov 22

55

Sale

Sale
Sale

Granite City

4,100

Sale

37%

Sale

77%
313/4

General Telephone Ss
Electronics
Corp
3.33y8
General Tire Ac Rubber
30c
Genesco Inc
1
Gerber Products Co
5
Gillette (The) Co
1
Glen Alden Corp (Un)
1
Glidden Co (Un)
10
Goldblatt Brothers
8
Goodrich (B F) Co (Un)_10

28,100

3,192

41%

Sale
Sale
493/4

Sale

5

General Mills
General Motors Corp_1.66%
General Portland Cement—1
Gen Public Util (Un)
2.50

95,200

150

Sale

28%
76%

1
•
3

Goodyear Tire & Rubber
Gossard Co (H W)

?72

8%
2%
9%

Candy

174,000

2,900
23,100
1,233

70

Amer Transport 1.25
Bankshares Corp—2
Box Corp
1

5,000
1,500
11,200

1,400
1,500

45

2.50
2

Ford Motor Co—
Foremost Dairies Inc
Fruehauf Corp.
FWD Corp

General
General
General
General
General

35%

7 Nov 1
48% Nov 1

—

—

60% Nov 29

633,a Nov

1

1

3
7

1

31

Oct 11
6
Jan 11

96% Apr

1

8
2
2
12% Jan
8
38% Jan
34
Oct 22

Jun
7
65
48 Va Nov 20
14
Oct 15

Mar 6
Jan
3
Jan
4
Jan 25
Nov 26
Feb 12
Jun 26
Jan
4
Oct 22
Mar 7

27% Nov 18
38 */2 Oct 24
23% Sep 18
21
July 16
18% Jan 28
54% Jun
7
181
May 14
31% Nov 21

60

Jan
31% Jan

22
26 V<
16
13%
12%
42
140
24
5%
17%
6%

Aug 12
3
25% Jan

50% Sep 11
39% Sep
4

8% Feb
17% Mar

4
7
9
Oct 21
30% Jun
3

2
39% Jan
47% Sep 16

26% Mar 8
59
Jun 24
60 y8 Nov 14

Nov 22
Mar 13
Mar 1
Jan
4

92
May 10
33 y8 Oct
3
46 y2 Sep 11
32
Apr 23

19

89
31
36
26

Jan

8

3
4

495% Oct 21
63
May 20

3

24
Aug
42% Mar 21
55% Mar 28

1
65% Nov
67% Jan 31
36% Sep 23
28 V< Apr 24
53% Sep 20
55% Mar 28

6y8 Sep 4
43 Jan 3
5 Oct 15

10 Jan 15
51 Jun 6
6% Mar 19

47% Jan

65

453% Oct

50% Jan
40% Jan
57'/a Aug

26% Jan

2
2
2

2

Oct 17

(Un) Issue admitted to unlisted trading privileges, y Ex-rights,

42

MIDWEST STOCK EXCHANGE

Aggregate Sales
in

Midwest

November

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

STOCKS

1,700

32,000

200

11,000
4,600

3,700

74,800

4,400
1,300
4,000
1,800

6,800
41,000
23,500
6,500

11,100

28,300

550

9,300

1,400
1,700
2,200
18,550

2,300
103,100

Price Jan. 2,
1963

Stock Exchange

35.400
56 300
480
60 600
10 600

5,300
3,800
7,800
10,200
4,100

par

Kaiser Alum & Chem
33VaC
Kansas City Pr & Lt
*
Kansas Pwr & Lt (Un>—8.75
Kennecott Copper (Un)
_*
Kerr McGee Oil

Bid

Sale

Sale

Sale

Prices

or

Prices

Prices

Trices

Ask

33 Va

33%

33%

Sale

31%Novl4

33% Nov 29

47%
66%

48 %

52

48

Sale

75%

52%
76

48 %
Sale

50

51%

72% Nov 29

Sale

37%
69 %

Sale

7%

28%

28%

28%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

36

6%

Sale
Sale
7%

37

54%

26%
21%

27%

26

26%

21%

22

53%
15%
73
4%

Sale
Sale
73%
Sale

1

(Un)

Laclede Gas Co
Leath & Co__
Libbey-Owens-Ford
Glass Co
(Un)
Lihby McNeil & Libby

4
•

27%

5

__

Sale
46

__

J igTemco Vought(Un)_50c

(Henry C) Si Co

12%
Sale

9

16%

i ton Industries Inc (Un)_l
a ckheed Aircraft -(Un)
1
_/jne Star Gas Co (Un)
10
Lorillard (P) Co (Uni
5
Louisville Gas & Electric
•

Lytton

__

12%
66%

ilncoln Printing Co com_50c
f;3.50 preferred—
—•

10,600

Sale
20

19%

7
J( gett & Myers Tob (Un) 25

s

Closing

Lowest

Sale

Co

Company

Bid

Highest

1

(Un)
Kimberly-Clark Corp
Knapp Monarch

Ask

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest
Sale

1
5

Industries

Kroger

Nov. 29

or
Ask

35%

33,00?
19,100
45,600
1,500

——

Did

PRICES IN NOVEMBER—

Nov. 1

Opening

Opening or

15%
81%
35%
23%
47

—

_

_

—

42%

42%

66%
7%

Sale

52

14%
68%
3%

x

16

80

36

38%
22%
43%

-

23%
Sale

36

Oct 23

Nov~15
8

8%

8%

8%

8%

2

38% Oct
4
72% Sep 20
8% Sep 18

28% Nov 11

28% Nov 20

30

25% Nov 12
'

52% Mar 13

26% NOV

8
21% Nov 13

25 y2 Nov 12
19 Va Jan 14

35% May 7
23% Apr 22

54 y4 Nov 14

52% Nov 18
12 y4 Jan 22

54% Oct 15
16% May 1
83% May 6

21% Nov

1

52% Nov 18
14% Nov 26

Sale

68% Nov 21
2% NOV 12

1
73 Va Nov
7
4% Nov 20

15% Nov

2

66%
2 y4
27 y2
13%

82% NOV 12
39 y8 Nov 11
23% Nov 15
47
Nov
1

2
Jan
Nov 12
Oct 11

75

NOV~29

18

6
Nov 22
35% Nov 4
23
Nov
6
42% Nov 27

Sale

6% Jan

15% Nov

75

23%

8.%-

79% May

69% Nov 11
8
Nov 11

Nov 22

July 12

34
Sep 23
23
Oct 31
42 % Feb 28
36
Apr 19
8y8 Oct 29

—

1

May 22
Jan
2

42
Jun
5
42 % Aug 13
53 % Mar 7

66% Nov 29
7% Nov
6
28% Nov 20

Sale
37
Sale
Sale
Sale

-18

Sale

38% Nov

Nov 22

31%
38 %
49%
66%

Nov 14
Oct
9

77 % Nov 13

Nov 19

52%
14%

37

__

Sale

77%

Highest

8%

Oct

9%
43%
18 Va
86Va
43%
23'%

1

Jan
2
Jan 28
Feb 27
Oct 24
Jun 24

Sep 26

Apr 18
37 y8 Sep 11
11 % Apr 26
64

y

4,400

29,800
57,000

3,500
5,500

123,700

6.600

2,400

76,000
368,200
1,500
3,500
2,769
25,650

300

28,200

43,100
1,500
——-

496

1,700

19,800
35,300
6,379
10,700
58,900

2,700
250
50
-

2,300
4,800
10,100
2,500

52,700
244,300
81,000
100

~~~r

450

14,100

6,130

„

14,200
32,000

115,200
266,300

®

7,600
63,900

4,600
300

3,800

Magnavox Company (Un)
1
Marathon Oil Co
•
Marquette Cement Mfg
4
Marshall Field & Co
•
Martin-Marietta (Un)
„1
Masonite Corp (Un)
•
McCrory Corp
:_50c
McKay Machine Co
•
Means (F W) & Co
•
Merck & Co (Un)
16%c
Merritt Chapman &
Scott

12 Va
4
•

12
5%
9ya
17

35%
Sale

38%
12%

53
38%

Sale
Sale

67
37

Minneapolis Brewing Co
1
Min & Mfg (Un)
_•
Mississippi River Fuel-—10

Minn

Missouri Portland Cem't_6.25
Modine Manufacturing Co_*

Monroe

Chemical

Motorola Inc
Muter Co

1,300
2,300

13,300
68,800

4,100
2,100

59,200
33,100

350

5,150
350,800

Nor Amer Aviation (Un)
North American Car Corp

26
4

11%
4%

900

7,800

2,800
3,200

Sale
Sale
74%
Sale
4%

26 Va
3

4%

74 y4

60%
3%

56%
36%
75

77%

36%

26%
3%
Sale
Sale
75'/2
Sale

71%
82%

4%

3%

59%
82

57%
79%

80%

24%

Sale

25%

1

40%

40%

47%
4%
13/4

Sale
Sale

24%
46%

Sale
iy8

3%

70

Sale

80%

Nat>1 Gypsum Co (Un)

50c

.

5 —

iyz
70

lT306

65

63,300
38,400

1~600

42.400

4,400
5,600

51,800
103,700

1,500

10

172,200

10,700

96,900

7,800
1,300

155,600
52,300

2,400
6,200
24,300

166,500
308.900

4,550

82,550

44,400

400

240,200
par

value,

Sale

47

47%

46

34%
52

34% Nov 22
50 V2 NOV 13

48

52
Nov
1
38'/4 Nov
4
45
Nov 12

13%
38




38%
43%

43%

Sale
36%

53 Va

25

33%
—

■

30%
Sale
Sale
46%
Sale
Sale
Sale

47

54%
49

16%
14%
70%
'

•
_•

——

'

.

*

60 y8

50%
168%
11

79%

32%

32%

39

24 y.
37

Sale

37%

28%
40%

Sale
543/s
Sale

52%
53%
32%

Sale
53%

47
Nov 22
51% Nov 26
28
Nov 22

53% Nov 13
55% Nov 15
4
33% Nov

62%

Sale

-

_.

r

sale
Sale

23 y8
50

57
Sale

51%
49%

60%
Sale
Sale
Sale

60%

48%
177 Va

9%
14%
79%

'

■

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
61%
Sale
178
11
Sale

38%

40% Nov 29

Nov 27
Nov 22

45% Nov 18
23 Vb Nov 29
51
Nov 15

Nov 27
Nov 29
Nov 19
6
Nov

4
Nov
1
Nov
61% Nov 12
1
50% Nov

56
51

Nov 22
Nov 22
Nov
1

188% Nov 12
liy2 Nov 11

"

—

78

-

Nov 18

— —

■

•

—

—.■

■

— -

jm

M

79% Nov 29
■

—'

•

38% Nov 19
27% nov 22

41

40%

39

Nov 27

1
Nov 18
8
417/8 Nov

65%

66%

63%

Sale

61

Nov 26

64% Nov 13

Sale
Sale
Sale

98%
23%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

85

Nov 22

•99% Nov 14
25% Nov
7
41% Nov 11
42 Va Nov 12

Sale

28

40%
39%

42%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

22% Nov 27
38% Nov 26
38% Nov 22

37%
30%

38

37% Nov 27

30%

29

38%

Sale
Sale

28

Nov 22
38 Va Nov 22
6
27% Nov

Nov

39
31

39% Nov
33% Nov

-1-.,

Sale

delivery sale,

45%
r

Sale

Cash

48

sale,

Sale

45

t Ex-llquidatlng

Nov

'

—

6

1
1
11

42% Nov
28y4 Nov 22

'

43%

— _

■'

——"

Sale
Sale

Nov""15

39 Va
44
19
49 Va
51
48
59 Va
47
159
10

39%
30%

Sale

Deferred

31% Nov 15
187/8 Nov 12

4

30
40

28

a

17% Nov 27

-

Rlrhman

'1'

30% Nov

18%

——

,

39%
33%
41%

volume,

31 Va

17%

14%

.

Sale
Sale

5
Royal Dutch Petrol (Un)_30g

31

44%

33
23%
41%

•

Sale
Sale

44%

95%
24%
40%
41%

—

8

Sale

40 Va

49%
56%
50%

Sale

'

53 y4 Nov

37%

40

20

18%
,

35y8 Nov

4

48% Nov 19
37% Nov 12
38
Nov 22

44%

13%
47%
46%

Nov 26

47*/2
37'/2
42*/2

39%

——

•
•
5

51%

Feb 28

1%
69%
3
15 y4

Nov

19

46%
21
15
57%

Sep 23

Nov 22

Feb

5

Jan

2

Mar
Jan
Jan

5
7
7

88

Apr 19

5y8 Apr

3

84% Oct 24
27% Sep
6
50
May 3
5% Sep 23
3
Sep 23
78% Aug 27

5% Mar 27
24% Sep 25
64% Apr
8
26% Sep 16
18% July 22
67

Oct

29

distribution,

—

Nov 22

48

x

43% Jan

4

57% Aug 15

43% Jan

2

57% Aug 26

39 y8 Jan

17

48% Sep

3

33% Mar 29
43% Jan
8

38% Jon
53 y4 Nov

8
8

13% Jan

Nov 27

_

Sale

36%
24%

30%

Nov 18
Nov
8

_

52

22

2
5
1
10
•

64

_

Sale
36%
Sale

Sale
28%
Sale
Sale

Ex-rights.

56
Nov
7
52 Va NOV 13
47 VB NOV 13

46%

57%
28%
35
40%

y

53

49% Nov 29

1

Corp of Amer (Un)—•

l Corrected

66

53%
Sale

Raytheon Company.....
8
Republic Steel (Un)
10
Revlon Inc
•
Rexall Drug &
Chemical (Un)
2.50
Reynolds Metals Co (Un)
•
Reynolds (R J) Tob (Un)_5

trading privileges,

63% Nov 29

Nov 29
Nov 29
Nov 11

Sep
5
39% Aug 21
13% Oct 17

59 y8 Oct 21

4
41% Jan
3% Nov 12

49%

62

Bros Co
Rockwell Standard Corp

22%
53%
24 y4
16%

8
2

82% Nov 29
Sy8 Mar 14

May
Mar
Nov
Jan
Nov
Sep 17

24

53

31

1

_

Nov 22
47% Nov
1
21% Nov 22
Nov 29
16

Feb
Jan

5
9

Nov

1
1

Sale
Sale

17%

(CharlesMUn)
33%c
Phelps Dodge (Un)
12.5P
Phillips Petroleum Co (Un)_5
Polaroid Corp
1
Procter & Gamble (Un)
Pub Serv Co of Colo
Public Serv Corp of Ind
Pullman Co (Un)
Pure Oil Co

1% Nov 4
72% NOV 14
3% Nov 4

20

Apr 26

72% Oct 24
43% Feb 18
36'% May 16
31% May 24
4% Apr 17
60
Sep 20
41% Jun 12

Jan

1

4%.

13 %
6
9%
20

9

Nov
Nov

48

Sale

Sale

Pfizer

Radio

6

17
2
2
22
16
13
26
17
20

25 '/a Nov

18

23
Sale
Sale

16%

Peabody Coal Co
Penney (J C) Inc (Un)
Pennsylvania RR
Peoples Gas Lt & Coke
Pepsi-Cola Co
33 Vic

Potter Co (The)
Process Corp

3% Nov 12
1% Nov 19
69% Nov 22
NOV 29
3

Nov

22%
16

32

•

79

53%

1

Airways Inc (Un)

Nov 27
7
Nov 12

5

57% Nov

Sale

15%

Packaging Corp of Amer—5

20,800

32,700

Feb

Jan

58% Apr
4
Aug

4'/4 Nov 15

55%
52

15%

13y8
47y4
36%
31V2

Nov

"29

23%
17
Sale

Oak Manufacturing Co
1
Ohio Edison Co
15
Oklahoma Nat Gas Co
7.50
Olin Mathieson Chemlcal__5
Owens-Illinois Glass Co_6.25

3.33\

Paramount Pictures (Un)
Parke-Davis <fe Co
Parker Pen class B

4

82 % Nov

5
4

16%
65%

Sale

51%

5

(Un)

73% Nov

Sale

7

.

Sale
i3/4

3%

53%

.

3% nov 26
54
nov 27
32% Nov 20

46% Nov 26

22%

52%

24

4~000

17

52% Nov 18
51 y4 Oct 29
107% Aug 30

4% Oct 31
54 y8 Oct 10
65 Vb July 22

14
3% Nov 12
1
56% Nov
4
36% Nov

24

3%

44%

5,419

4
22% Jan
40% Nov 14

Jan

10y8 Jan

Sale

20%

34%

579

59% Aug 16
40 V* May 23
5
38 »/4 Feb

17

53
35%
36%
25%
3%
49
32%
72 Va

46%

3%

Sale

127,000
13,400

44 Va Oct 24

35

26 y2 Nov

6

79%

20%
47%
23%

1

Nov

5
Nov 27
56 Va Nov 12
75% Nov 18

gaie

Northern Illinois Corp
•
Northern Illinois Gas Co__5
Northern Indiana Public
Service
Co

7% Apr 29

___

26

"sale

Sale

34%

4,900

2
4

Sep 30

4

■

Sale
4%

3%

Sale

9,900

7

11 Va July 16

13% Nov 15

Nov 22
35% Nov 22

Sale

153/S
64%
24%
15

35%
44

207,000
86,000
26,500
69,600
30,600

Jan

79'/4 Jan

72

1

(Minn) (Un)
Northwest Bancorp

39,000

Nov

1
67 Va Nov
37 Vb Nov 14

60

4

1

Sale
39"%

900

6

NOV 19

12 y8 Nov 20
4
4% Nov
8ya Nov 15
17% Nov 29
1
38% Nov

Nov 20
12% Nov 6

70%
Sale

39%

6,100
288,300

35

38

;

Sale

43%
39%

121,400

50% Nov
104

Nov
4
17% Nov 29

13%

3Va
54%
33%

39%

500

13% Apr 30
46% Sep 23

8

26%

5

National Homes Corp

4%
8%
Sale

25 Va

58%
81%

__

Chem

Corp (Un)

Pacific Gas & Elec

52 Va Nov 18

11% Nov 26
4y8 Nov 19

Sale
Sale

Northern Natural Gas Co_10
Northern Pacific Ry (Un)_5
Northern States Power

15,600

No

66

4

Pan American World

•

38%

17%

31,100
45,600

41,600
31,600

40

Nov 21
47% NOV 22
103
Nov
7

12 y8

38%
13

8

•

6,600

unlisted

11%
4%

Sale

35,900
60.200

52%
Sale

4%
8Va
19%
Sale
Sale
Sale

58%

17,600

1,600

17,600

12 Va

17,700

1.400
1,700

Sale
Sale

44 Va Nov 14
55
Nov 13
34% Nov 4
37 % Nov 13
21V4 Nov 13
40% Nov 14

49

Sale

Sale

8
19

27

49%
32%

Nachman Corp
5
National Biscuit Co (Un)__5
Nafl Cash Register (Un)
5
&

1
38% Oct
43 v2 Feb 28
32% Nov 29
32% Apr
3
18
July 26

Nov 19
32% Nov 29
36 Va Nov
5
18% Nov
6
40
Nov
7

102 % 103%

56,600
16,300

*

51

■

3
__50c

Warrants
National Lead Co (Un)
National Tile & Mfg
New York Central RR

80,500

41 y8 Nov 26

____

•
Monsanto Chemical (Un)__2
Montgomery Ward & Co •
Morris (Philip) Inc (Un)_5

Nat*1 Distillers

2,000
4,000

Sale

55%

"

Co

3,800
65,100

4,500
3.200
12,100

48%

106

35%
10%

1
Utilities—_10

1,200
4,900

4,900
30,800
7,600
6,900

Sale
Sale

51%

105

Mickelberry's Food Prod

21'100

17,400

41%
55 %
32%
36%
20%

Sale

Middle South

i

oi'oo0

1,500

51
51

12 Va
Sale
Sale
17 Va

Meyer Blanke Co

71,900

28,200

16%
Sale
Sale
78%

16

47%
35%
77%

Metropolitan Brick Inc—

3,900

77,000

Sale

53%
Sale

.

1,400
44,100

36,800

37
33%
21%

Sale

53%
34 y8
36%
19%

Sale
Sale
34%

.

1,200
700
700

12,500

42%

44%

7
46y8July26
34% May 31
31% Jan
2
72 Va Jan 24

17% Apr

30 y8 Nov

34% Jan 28

14

4

Apr 25

21% Jan

4

36

Mar 20
24% Mar 20

22%
29%
43 y8
13%
46

May

9

Jan 28
Oct
9
Jan
2
Feb 12

46% May 27
47

Jan

53
47

Mar

2

1
Nov 22

153 y4 Oct 23
10
Sep 17
15
May 21
70 Va Mar 1
28 7/a Apr 10
32% Jan
4
24

Jan

2

36% Jan

11

61

Nov 26

56%
19 Va
347/8
38y4

Jan

Ex-divldend.

19% Sep

3

53% Nov 13
55%
36 Va
24 Va
40 Va

Nov 15

Sep
Aug
Oct
45% Oct
23 y8 Nov
56 Va May
58 y8 Sep
55 Vb Aug
62% Sep
55% Jun
192 y4 Sep
17

Feb

11

16
22
24
29

15
19
29
6
7
23
5

16% May 21
81

30%
40%
31%
47%

Oct 18
Aug 14
July 25
Jun

3

Aug 27

72% Aug 29

Sep 25

99% Nov 14
34
Oct 25

2
Jan
Nov 22

48% Jan 24

29y. Mar
23%
36%
27 y8
39%
43%

1
52'/2 Sep 11
40Va Oct 17
45y2 Oct 21
81
Sep
3

Jan

July
Jun

May
Jan

3

8
2
17
27
6
2

(Un) Issue

44

42

37%
47 y4
30%
40%
49%

Sep 11
Oct 28
Jun 12
May 14
Jan 24
May 22
May 1

admitted

to

Midwest

Price Jan. 2,

Since
Jan. X

Stock Exchange

1963

Shares

Shares

STOCKS

2,000

2,700
4,181

Aggregate Sales
in

November

Opening or
Bid

Par

Ask

ilioo
5,100

2~900
3,300

1,232
14,900
1,700
5,500
1,800

2,700
■

Vwiilk13,200
8,200
5,300
42,200
200

58,200
62,700
127,600
4,300
31,100
54,500

19,408
161,200
24,900
27,600

17,300
49,600
2,000
165,800
106,300
90,900
151,000
12,300
45

—_

67,000
2,500
1,000

660,000
49,900
20,400
1,000

5,000

31,600

4,200

58,600
244.500
446,300
35,200
34,700
10,100
37,600

19,000
36,700
3,000
2,600

27400
1,100
53,900
1,700

2,600
43,800
14,400
39,400
15,600
11,800

16,074
529,200
39,600
32,200

Sale
Sale

13%
26%

Sale

10

18%
40%
Sale

76%

Sale

1

9 Vb
8%
8%

9%
8%
8%
Sale

8%
8%

1

38

1

Co

Signoae Steel Strapping.—;_1

24%
Sale
Sale

23%

Sinclair Oil Corp.
5
Socony Mobil Oil (Un)
15
Southern Co (Un)
—
5
Southern Pacific Co (Un)__*
Southwest'n Pub Serv Co.l
Sparton Corp 6% pfd
100
Sperry-Rand Corp (Un)_50c
Spiegel Inc__
—•
Square D Co (Un)____
5
Standard Dredging
__1

35%
58%
51%
29%
34%

7%

.50

Prices

Ask

21%

49

Sale
51

Sale
Sale

32%
10%

33%
Sale

32

84

77

81

99%

Sale

96%

97%

43

6%

46%

7

8%
9%
Sale

45% Sale
67% Sale
53
Sale
33% Sale
35% 36%
93
__

20%

20%

40

Sale

6%

7

8%
43 %

44%
64%
51%

—

—

—

14%
64%
62
71

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

68%
13%

Sale
Sale

13

13%
60
Sale
Sale
Sale

60
71

66%
12%

12%

—

—

12% Nov 27
57% Nov 22
56

Nov 19
——

72% Nov

5
1
1
4

69% Nov
13% Nov

4
1

15

Nov

64% Nov

Nov 18

62

64% Nov 18
65% Nov 19
12
Nov 27

Nov

Nov 22

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

20%
66%
20%

Sale
Sale
Sale

19%
65%
20%

Sale

59%

29

Nov"

20

18

52%

Nov' 22

Nov 26

61%
16%
41%

Sale

37%

Nov 26
5% Nov 26

1

1
1
5
4

800

400

3,000
____

1,400
1,300
231

15,700
25,100
2,136

300

8.900

6,500

7,200

93,300
78,600

800
3,800
6,100

18.000
101,800
41,600

5,300

56,700

800

60,800

6,300
35,900
7,300
3,900
1,500

51,700
518,700

1,700
13,500
2,600

6,900
145,700
40,700

3,600

17,000

127,400
206,500

1,700

48,400

3,500

25,800

85,400
62,900
52,700

640

2,800
4,200

16,500

1,100
13,700

23,000
170,500
3,600

400

24,100
5.900

400

5,900

400

20,500

15,900

165,700

Texas Gulf Sulphur (Un)
Texas Utilities Co

19% Nov 18

Textron The.
Thiokol Chemical

Corp

Electric

19

Sale

39%

39%

37

37%

35%

23%

Sale

21 %

Sale

19% Nov 22

52%
29%

50%

51%

49

49%

51% Nov 14

26%

26%

29

44%

45

51

51%

49%

50%

50
45

28%

28%

42%

42%

46%

47

46%

Sale

20

20%

30%

77

28 %
79 %

Sale

72%

30%
77

34%

35
Sale

39%
xll3%

40%
Sale

27%
79%

27%

.

101

(Un)

5

80 %

—

37% 38 ya
111% 112%
27
Sale

79%

80%

25
10

33%

63%
Sale

40

Sale

41

41%

United Air Lines Inc

10

31%

32%

36%

36%

40%

40%

•

21%

Sale

21%- Sale

73%

74
40%
Sale

21%
87%

Sale

4

88%

46%
54%

Sale
Sale

15%
32%
48

Sale
Sale
Sale

23%

Sale
Sale

United Fruil Co
U S Gypsum

(Un)

U S Rubber (Un)
5
U S Steel Corp
16%
Universal Match Corp__2.50
Universal Oil Products Co„l
Upjohn Co (Un)
1

Walgreen Co new common.5
Webcor Inc
1
Western Bancorp (Un)
2
Western Union Teleg
2.50
Westinghouse Electric
6.25
Whirlpool Corp
5
White Motor Co
1
Wieboldt Stores $4.25 pfd_*
Wilson & Co (Un)
•
Wisconsin Elec Pwr (Un)_10
Wisconsin Public Service
10
Woolworth (FW) Co (Un)_10
World Publishing Co
1

Wrigley (Wm) Jr—

•

Yates-Amer

S

Machine.

Youngstown Sheet & Tube_*
F.nnlth

Monroe

AaritA

r«tp

BONDS
Chemical 5s

i

_

1
.1985

63

1

7

-

28% Nov

40%
44%
137/s

Sale
38%
Sale

38%
33

Nov"

.'5

'

~6% "sale
32%
26%
32

32%

35%
79

Sale

22% .23%
5% Sale
40
40%

;

44%
64%

34

Sale

32%
Sale

51%
30%

52%
30%

46

Sale
Sale
Sale
75

32%
35%

36%

37%
55
31

84%

38%
t

5
42%

46

Sale

37 Va
28%

Sale
Sale

35%
27%

Sale
Sale

75%
15%
98%

Sale
Sale

79%

99%

79%
17 y8
97%

17%

17%

mmmm

9
9%
103% 105

14

14%

85%

Sale

54%

Sale

—

—

128

82%

68

Sale
Sale

—

Oct 24
Jan 15
Feb 25
Nov
1

50 %
9%
54%
28

Sep 30
Sep 13
Jun 24

2
7

May 23
39% Oct 21
43% Apr 10

62
19

Jun

12

Nov 29

12

52

7

Nov 15

79% Nov 18

;

Nov 22

Sep

6

May 31
79% Nov 18

2
7

42
43

21% Nov 13
89% Nov 13

20 Oct
73"% Jan

9
3

30 May 22
89% Sep 3

7
4

Nov

1

37% Nov

1
1
1

55
31

Nov
Nov

37ya Nov

35% July 25
101

Jan

22% Nov 27
4% Oct 15

24% Oct 22

32
Jan 17
25% Jun 25
3
31 % Jan
36% Jan 11

28% July 19
Feb 25

7% Jan 7
43% Sep 12
35% Oct 23
41% Oct 11
Nov
1
34% Sep 25
81
Apr 4
55

44
32

13% Jan
85% Jan

128

1

51% Mar 20

Nov

Sale

72% Nov 22

83

Nov

17% Nov 18

34%
27%
42%
63%

50% Oct 21

1

128

3
21

49% Aug 27
57% Oct 17
20% Jun 13
42% Jan 9

46%
79%
17%
106%

17
Nov 19
123% Nov 15

Jun
Jun

40% Jan 3
43% Jan 2
13
Nov 22
28% Adt 2
33 Jan 2

Nov 22
Nov 27
Jan 30
Feb 13
9
Jan
9
96% Nov 19

1

16% 17%
126% 126%

.

4% Jan 10
49
36

33% Jan
32% Jan

34

—

54% Aug 16

Nov 15
Nov 20

23% Nov 13
5% Nov 22
42% Nov
1

Nov 22
Nov 22
Nov 22
NOV 22

25% Oct 23

29% Sep
3
88
Aug 30

5
32% Nov 12
' 49% Nov 13

1

24
1

26% Sep 30
60% Jan 25

47% Nov
x54% Nov
' 15% Nov

22% Nov 27

75% May

5

41 % Sep 20
115% Nov H

41
42

6
7

Oct

1

2

98%

—

20

70 %
16 Vb
9%
37%

59% Jun
32% Feb
30 % Sep

-

Sale

14

24
15

47% Oct 11
30% July 23
25% Mar 1
70
July 25
25"% Oct 23
44% Feb 5
4
Apr 2
42% Mar 4
21% Jan
4
71% Jan
7

79% Nov~15
17% Nov 29
97
Nov 20

68

38% Oct

75

■

20% Feb
Apr
65% Aug
73% Sep

69

4

75% Nov~"l
15 % Nov 22
96% Nov 19

80

20

25
Nov 22
Jan

Mar 18
19% Oct
4
32 % May 20
48
Aug 28
10% Jun 20

4

28% Nov 13

—.

42

Jun 21

24% Nov

34% Nov 22
27% Nov 27

Sale

Sale

3

5% Nov 26

38
96

4

37 % Nov 26
115% Nov 14
27% Nov 6
80% Nov 8

29

28% May

25

5
57
Sep
37% Jun 25

19

37% Nov 26
110% Nov
6
26% Nov 26
77% Nov 20

51%

22
2
2
2
27
2

22% Mar 4
3
49 % Sep
75
Sep 17

4

75

Sale
Sale

14

12% Aug
57% Nov
47
Jan
58% Jan
52% Jan
12
Nov
7% Jan
29% Feb

Sep

52% July 1
40% Oct 30

47% Nov 12
28% Nov 15

Nov

2
16

5
9
9

29% Mar 21

Nov 22
26% Nov 21
77
Nov
5

5
39%
29%
33

Jan

8% Jan

22

Sep
Sep

4

28% Nov

8

14%
31% Sale
47% 47%

45%
Sale

36

Jan

51% Nov

44% Nov 26
45% Nov 22
13
Nov 22
30% Nov 22
47% Nov 4

45%

22% Mar 4
2
35% Jan
58% Jan 22
2
51 % Jan
28% Feb 28
33% Mar 8
95
7
Jun
13
Jan 11
2
25% Jan

11V*
9%
9%
47 %

X24% Nov

21
Nov 26
86% Nov 27

53%
14%

Nov 29
8% Nov 19
34% Jan 16

Aug 26
101% Sep 25

52% July

Nov 14

Nov 29

38%

Nov 22

39% Nov
36% Nov

8

105

21% Sep
9
74% Aug 28
20% Oct 29
45
Apr 17

60
19

Nov"22

Sale

87%

•No par value. {Corrected volume, a Deferred delivery sale. rCasb sale, x Ex-dividend.




Nov

16% Nov

59

2

17
22

9
23% Oct
46% Sep 17

17 % Jan
59% Jan
16% Jan
41% Mar
43% Jan
13% Mar 27

4%

4

6%

of

29 %

Calif—
Union Pacific RR (Un)

S

2,200

17%

.1

Union Bag-Camp (Un)
Union Carbide Corp.

Union Oil

17%

29%

Trav-ler IndustriesTri-Continental Corp (Un)_l
20th Cent-Fox Film (Un)_l
208 So La Salle St Corp
•

Union

Sale

*
50c

(Un)

42 %

3

22

7
8
1

42

41%
14 %

•

25

61% Oct 18
55
Sep 23
14
Apr 25
37
Sep 24
13% Apr 15
13% Jan 11

21% Nov
66% Nov
20% Nov

5

I'M

Jan

9% Oct
18% Jan
35% July
59
Jan
74% Jan
6% Aug

9
2
2
2

41% Nov

19% Nov 26
63 % Nov 19

59%
Sale

Jan

25% Jan

34% NOV

59

Sale

8
6

30
Nov 22
40% Nov 22

2

2
—1

.—

29

49

54

Tenn Gas Transmission
5
Texaco Inc.
12.50
Texas East'n Trans Corp 3.50
Texas Gas Transmission.
5
Texas Gulf Producing_3.33%

Transamerica Corp (Un)

47% Nov 19

6% Nov
53% Nov
22
Nov

478.800
170,900

Trans World Airlines Inc

18% Nov 12

48% Nov

Sale

200

15% Nov 22
27
Nov 6
45% Nov 1

44

41%

27,400
4,400

—

1
Nov
1
Nov
Nov 15
Nov 21
NOV 14

49
Sale
51%
Sale

Sale

5

45%
67%
53%
35 %
35%

48 %
5%
51
21

Sale

Trane Co

8"% Nov 11
9
Nov
6
46% NOV
1

Sale
Sale
54%

40%

Toledo Edison Co

1
1
Nov 15
Nov

33%

25

5,000

8

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Sale

4,900

Nov
Nov

34

31%

5
•

43%
84
99%
' 7%

Sale

Sale
Sale

Thompson Ramo-Wooldr
Thor Power Tool Co

8

37%

21%
33%
41%

6,900
2,500

Nov

"

Sale
Sale

300

22

.

22%
25%

15,100

10

-

~.

5
1

8,500

Nov 12

—

'

—

59%

Sunray D X Oil Co

49,500

13% Jan
26% Jan

41
Nov 22
62% Nov 22
51% Nov 29
33% Nov 26
34% Nov 18

Sale

48%
6%

i7555

Nov~14

Nov 29
8% Nov 19
42% Nov 19

Sale
33% Sale
33% 34

Sale
Sale
43

10,400

48

12

8

Sale

Prices

56% Nov 22

NOV 14

34%

Nov 22

19% Nov 26
40
Nov 29 V
X73
NOV 26
93
Nov 22
6% Nov 6 **-''*

Sale
Sale

6%
42%

146,800
5,300
59,000
163,000

4

53

10% Nov 27

Sale

8

393,500
51,700

Swift & Co

61% NOV

56% Nov 22
49
Nov 27

Sale
43%
Sale

Highest

Prices

59%

17% Sale
27% 27%
45% Sale

Sale
Sale

31

Sunstrand Corp

Prices

61 %

91% —
18% Sale
27% 28
46% 47

Sale
Sale

30

Storkline Corp
&
Studebaker Corp (Un)
1
Sunbeam Corp
——,_1

Bid

Sale

or

Sale
Sale

59%
53%
14%

1

Ask

Closing

19
Sale

18%
62
47

_1

Packaging

Sale
Sale
34%

89% 96
13% Sale
25% Sale
36% Sale
7%
8%

1-1
.25
Standard Oil of Indiana- .25
Standard Oil N J (Un)— -7
.10
Standard Oil of Ohio

or

Lowest
Sale

Highest

Lowest

11%

11%
18%
40%
59

A_1

Class B

Standard

33%
11%

1

Inc

Sale

Nov. 29

51

3

Sheaffer (WA) Pen Co cl

Shell Oil

Bid

53

5
.1.40
1

Sangamo Electric Co
Schenley Indus (Un).
Sobering Corp (Un),
Schwitzer Corp
Sears Roebuck & Co
Servel

Opening

61%

Inc (Un)
1.66%
St Louis Nat Stockyards
•
St Louis Pub Serv cl A
12
St Regis Paper Co
5
San Diego Imperial Corp—1

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

—PRICES IN NOVEMBERNov. 1

Safeway Stores

173

43

MIDWEST STOCK EXCHANGE

December, 1963

67

9
2

Jun 24

Jun 14
Jun 21

May 13
Nov 15

Sep 18 J
Feb

5

18% Oct
Nov

84ys Oct 28
68

Mar 20

(Un) Issue admitted to unlisted trading privileges, y Ex-rights.

44

Philadelphia-Baltimore-Washington

Stock Exchange -^.^3-SsSS'' i

■;v j

Monthly and Yearly Record

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE PHILADELPHIA-BALTIMORE-WASHINGTON STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales—

November

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

November

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

5,445

41,422

in

13,682,038

(Shares)—

12,877,434

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

Opening
Par

Nov. 1

Opening

or
Ask

Bid

Bid

Nov. 29

RANGE
Lowest

Closing

or
Ask

Bid

Highest

Lowest

Ask

Prices

SINCE JAN. 1

Highest

Sale

Sale

Prices

Sale
Prices

Sale

or

§248,400

§26,700

—

—PRICES IN NOVEMBER-

1963

STOCKS

</'■

November

Price Jan. 2,

1962

1963

Bond Sales—

1,296,445

Phila.-Balt.-Wash.
Stock Exchange

Aggregate Sales

1962

1963

1,148,372

(Shares)

Prices

LISTED ISSUES
Acme Markets Inc

1

71%

Sale

7054

Sale

12 %
62%

12%
64%

19%
77%

19%
78

77

115%
24ya

Sale
25
44

133 %

Sale

26%
45%

Sale
Sale

10%
139%
26%
49%

9
11

Sale

Sale

69%

Sale

67% Nov 29

70% Nov

62

Sale
19
78

57% Nov 22
17% Nov 21

66

18%

1

67% Nov 29

80% Jan 15

Nov 12

55% Sep 26
5
12% Feb
69 % Apr 10

68% Oct 23
4
22% Oct
75% Sep 11

Addressograph-

3,475
1,360

5,547
6,244

100

345
100

59,927
2.160
3,602
1,806
1,901
704

17,810

1,070
2,930
1,356

46,736
32,917
13,292

469

2,056

40

18,557

3,234
185,115

2,410

26,166

37,421
24,412
2,991

'

.

'

1'!. T

55

718

1,588

14,981
66,135

5,534
752

326

1,382
4,274

130

Arundel Corp
Atlantic City

17,660
1.676

"229,626
29,932

~300
764
100
231

41,356
130

~305

300

17,831
500

3,548
442,415
2,039
200

3,320
890

40
785

790
1,069
25,122

1,800

7,600

235

190

43

13%

Sale

13

Sale

8

8%
11%
94%

13%
10
14%
102%

23%

9%
17

10c
13

..1
5

11%

Campbell Soup Co
__1.80
Central Charge Service.
1
Central RR of New Jersey_50
Chrysler Corp
12.50

94%

Curtis Publishing
D C Transit System—

22

20c

6.75

Duquesne Light Co
5
Electric Storage Battery—
New common
6.66%

__20
__1
1

New common
50c
General Acceptance Corp __1

..1
5
1

Hudson Pulp & Paper—
5% series A preferred___25
5.12% series B pfd______25
$1.41 cony 2nd pfd
24,50
International Resistance.lOc
International Utilities
2.50
Lanston Industries
.5

Lehigh Coal Navigation

1,709
16.185
961

36,417

9,000
63,938
989
120

91,187
476,748
8,368

209
270

8,525
7,125

19,720
22,552

275,291

15,768

Sale

Sale

29 %

35,787

150

244,976

31

■
•

....

Sale
Sale
Sale

20%

8

Sale
6%

Nov 22
79
6% Nov 15

Sale

11
51

Nov

1

50% NOV 29
10 % NOV 12

15% Nov

1

4

8
6

107 % Nov 29
4
9% Nov
19
Nov
8
Nov 12
95
7% Nov 19

11

Nov 13

114% Jan
24% Jan
41% Nov
8% Nov
10% Oct
11% Aug
8% Jan
12% Jan
92% Apr
8
Aug
14% Sep
51% Apr
5% Aug

2
7

22
6
9

2,164
372

24,863
5,958

10

350

2,500
6,936

135,518

3,735

23,372

1
1

10%

27
29
20

11% Jun
4
56% Aug 28
34% Aug 19

13

Sale

1

Sale
Sale

35% Nov 29
23% Nov 21

39% Nov 1
25 % Nov 12

35% Nov 29
23% Jan 14

40% Oct 16
26% Feb 15

8

25

Oct 29

25% Jan 21

27

Nov

8
4

Nov 18

24

5% non-cum preferred
Oxford Mfg class A

..7

21% Nov 29

35% July 26
21% Nov 29

Sale

25% Nov 18
19% Nov 21

51%

Sale
10 %

48
10

Sale

21% Nov 29
17% Nov 29
8
11% Nov
Nov 20
17
Nov 22
75
10 % Nov 19

4
8
18
Nov 11
1
88% Nov
10% Nov 13

Nov 26

10% Nov 12

22%
24%
21%
20%

Nov 27
Nov 27
Nov 26
Nov 22

22% NOV 27
25% Nov 13

18%
20%
18%
100%

Nov 27
Nov 22
Nov
6
Nov 27

10

Nov 22
Nov 22

53% Nov
10% Nov

4

42

21%

18
88

17%

79

Sale

13

10%

19
Sale
10%

16%

Sale

17%

58 %
12%
33%
9

1

21% Oct 10
19% Nov 21
41% Feb 28
8% Jan
2

Nov 11
21% Nov 12

21

18%

...

10%

18% Nov
11% Nov

33%

10%

9%

21

22%

12

8%

22

22
22

Sale

22%

"2%

19%
2074
19%
105%

Sale

52
7

25%

22%
24%

"2

—

59

70%
7%

—

9

10%

22

25
23%

27

26

60

_

18%
20%
20%
102 %

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

60%

62

71
7%

—

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

24% Nov 12
20% Nov 22

20%
21%
21%
105%,

Chemicals Corp_3
Pennsylvania Gas & Water.*
Pennsylvania Pwr & Lt
•
Pennsylvania RR
.10
Peoples Drug Stores Inc
5
Peoria & Eastern Ry____10O
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co
of Long Island
;
25c
Inc

34%

34%

40%

35%

Sale
Sale
Sale

52

41%
Sale

33
20

Sale
Sale

Sale

46%

Sale
53%

32%
13%
35%

52

—

Sale

9%

9%

41%
50
33%
23 %
43
51
10

9%

Nov 13
Nov
1

63

»
10

22%
22 %
241/4
20%
20%
2%
6%

Jun
Oct

Sep

16
7
10
19

Apr
Nov 22
Aug 22
May 28

Common
$2.44 preferred

41%
Sale

40% Nov 26
49% Nov 29

Sale
Sale

32

Nov 20
18% NOV 22
42
Nov 26
51
Nov 11

54

9% Nov
4
Npv

Sale

6

22

29%
6%

Sale
Sale

33%
10%

Sale
Sale

33

10%

Sale
Sale

32 % NOV 20
9% Nov 22

21%

Sale

20%

Sale

20

51

52

51
51

10

$2.46 preferred
Progress Mfg Co
Public Service Elec '& Gas
.

50
50
1

42 %
52
33%
23%

Nov 22

1
Nov
Nov 29
Nov 29
46% Nov 4
56
Nov 15

•

Reading Co..
Riggs National Bank.

50
...25

Ritter Finance class B
Scott Paner

.1
_•

Smith Kline &
French Laboratories

109% Oct 28

58% Oct 18

8
37% Feb
30% Jun 13
4
32% Jan

371% Feb
8
471/4 Sep 19

Nov 11

58% Oct 18

10% Nov 14
4% Nov 14

8% Mar 11
3% Oct 22

10% Nov 14
7% Jan 21

35% Nov 22
10% Nov 12

29% Jan 2
5% Jan 15

36% Aug 26
11
Oct 11

21% Nov

20
51%
52%
11%
68%

July 17

24

Apr 18

Jun 18
Jun 18

51%
52 %
15%
79%

Jun
Jun

51

21
495
900

3.368

69% Aug 21

33 % Jan

Nov" ~4

21% Aug
43% Jan

1

16% Jan

41% Jun
3
26
Apr 29
58% Sep 20
20% Oct 31

Sale

19 % NOV 22

49%

Sale

Sale

50%
8%
6%

Sale

~8

8%

8%
7%

Sale
7%

27
9

Sale

25%

Sale

47% Nov
8% Nov
Nov
6
24% Nov
8% Nov

28%

Sale
Sale

■

White Motor Co
Woodward & Lothrop—
Common
Dreferred

__

102%

Sale

8%
,

Sale
——

36%
88%

••

6%
9%

36%
88%

139

103%

20% Nov

Sale
92

21

52 % Nov 12

8% Nov 7
7% Nov 22
27

Nov

1

8% Nov 19
30
Nov 15
36
Nov 22

134

103%

■

__

52%

29
13
27
19
Nov 26
28
35% Nov 26

9

92

Nov" 19

Nov 11
5% Nov 7
1
38
Nov

218

__

30

Baltimore Transit Co—
1st deb inc 4s ser A
1975
Cum inc deb 5s ser A.1975
6%% inc subord debs.1977

31

36
98

96%

96 %
96%
88

36

38
98

Sale
_

169

Jan

8

4"% Apr 17
30"% Mar 19

2
6

4
2

47% Nov 21
2
8
Jan
6
Nov 13
2
21 % Jan
5
8% Feb
25% Mar 11
33% Mar 5
87
Aug 16
143% July 26
102
Jun 18

28% Aug

1
1.25
100

5%

May 17
Aug 13

59% Nov 18

20

■

Feb 21
2
Jan
4
7% Feb

6

48%

_/■

76% Nov 21
1
11% Nov

18
18

4

Sale

.l1n

6

Nov

50%

■

May 16

64

Sale
Sale

36%

52ya Sep 20
36 %

23% Nov 29
47% Oct 29

32

38% Nov

51%
20%

87%
123

14
4

59% Nov 18

Sale
Sale

Washington Gas Light com.*
$4.25 preferred
.*
$4.60 conv preferred
.:
•
$5 preferred
•

4

Jan
22% Jan

24

34% Nov 20

43%
16%

__

24% Jan

18% Nov 27
19% Jun 25
17% July 26
77% Jan
2

Sale

37%

_

Sep 10
May 1
7% Aug 6

Sale

Sale

37%

21%
8%

Jan 29
Feb
7

61%
35%

63%

Sale

Family Life Ins___l

29
29
23
3

Sale

Sale

United Gas Improvem't.4.50
Universal Marion Corp..
*
Warner Co
10

22% Jun 18
23 % Oct 18

37%

Nov 11
Nov 14
34"% Nov 26

218
5

6374

__5

10"% Jun 11

Sale

228

33 %

—1

26
29

38

220

•

31,360
1,903
19.097
37,988
234
10

6
72% Nov
10% Nov 21

Sale
Sale

South Jersey Gas Co
2.50
Southeastern Pub Serv
10c
Sun Oil Co
•
Texas Eastern Transmn_3.50
Thomoson Ramo-

Woolriridge
United Corp

4
1

4
5

209

166

162

74%
10%

14% Feb
38
Apr

14

Sale
Sale
214

73%
11%

Sale

11,380
13,168
7,189

4,376

Sale

68%

Nov 27

32%

1,168
486

1,104

—

—*

75,113

2

51%

29

8
11
23

Nov 20
2
12% Jan
2
35% Jan

51
51

-.

Nov 11

25% Feb
59
Sep
11% Sep
46% Oct
21% Nov
22% Apr
12 % Apr
18% Apr
91 % Oct

__

•

Philadelphia Electric
Phila Transportation

17% Nov 29
8
11% Nov
5
16
Feb
2
57% Jan
10% Nov 19
1
38
Apr
8% May 7

27

58% Oct 18

Nov 13
Nov 12

1

Pennsalt

United

16

10% Mar 20
46% Jan
3
30
Apr
1

Sale

—

58

5,267

1,398

Oct

11 % Nov
53% Nov
32% Nov

18%

—

Sale
Sale

1~731

2,004

12

Nov 15
Nov 26
30% Nov 26

Sale
Sale

—

__

21%
77%

.—

13

29%

44

Martin-Marietta Corp
___1
Merck & Co Inc
__16%c

33,617
17,810
1,659
39,646

2.137

Nov

14% Oct 30
11
May 21
Jun 25
16
107 % Sep 20
10
Sep 12
24% Jan 17
Oct 24
100
8V« Feb 18

13
3
3
17

Potomac Electric Power10
10
818

11

140% Nov 21
28% Feb 11
50% Nov 29
14% Jan 31

24

■

52%

23%

Photo

1

9% Nov
Nov
17

•

Sale
Sale

•—

23
22 74

Perfect

Sale
Sale
19

9% Nov 15
13% Nov 22
1
102% Nov

___

1

116,776

.

35%
25%

31%

6%

11%
Sale

Natl Bank of Washlngton.lo
National Mtge & Invest—
Common
1

23,451

10%
51%
31%

52%

16%

1.66%

Macke Vending Corp cl A
Madison Fund Inc......—

1,207
4.693

85%

16

Sale
Sale

•

1,478

75

Sale
Sale

11

39%

9,998

15,012

107%
9%

—

50c

(Julius)

232

148,763

11% Nov
13% Nov
Nov
10

9%

38 %

—2.50
Inc..
..2

60c conv voting pfd
$1 preferred
General Motors Corp
Giant Food class A;
Oimbel Bros
Homasote Co

10% Nov 12
12

13%

Sale

21 %
46 %
8%

Food Fair Stores—

Garfinkel

Sale

12%

140% Nov 21

of

Co

Washington (D C)_.
Fischer & Porter Co
Ford Motor Co
Foremost Dairies

27

Sale
Sale
20

5

Insurance

26% Nov 4
41% Nov 22
8% Nov
6

10%
12%

Eltra Corp
________25c
Finance Co of America—

Class. A_

26%
Sale
Sale

Nov 22

6

Nov 13

11
Nov 13
130 % Nov 22

Sale

11%
Sale

11

47%
30%

11

Sale

10%

7

11%

19% Nov

9%

14%

94%

"~6%

1

Class A common—
Delaware Pwr & Light

1,908
'

1

-

710

37,776

4.33

Electric

Atlantic Research Corp
Atlas Credit Corp
Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton
Baltimore Transit Co
Budd
Co....

Firemans

4,348

Tel—_33%

American Tel &

1,399

124

—10

5%
preferred—
100
American Safety Table.—10

415,688

23,433

2.50

Multigraph
Alan Wood Steel com

Nov

1

38

Nov 13

6

29% Mar

4

14% Sep 18
Nov 11
218
5% Jan 29
38% Sep
3

60

May

8

May 31
8
Sep 11
27% Sep 25
9

9% Aug
1
31% July 10
40% May 29
90
May 21
143% July 26
Jun 18
104
32% Oct 25
38

Nov

13

BONDS
S
17,000

3,200
6,500
•No par value.




tCorrected volume/

a

Deferred delivery sale,

98

98%

98

99

98%

__

99

99

r

Cash sale,

x

97 % Oct

2
98% Oct 22
97
Sep 17

99
__

102

Ex-dividend,

y

Ex-rights.

98% Jun 14
99
99

Oct 18
Oct 22

45

December, 1963
\

Detroit Stock Exchange
Monthly and Yearly Record
RANGE OF PRICES ON THE DETROIT STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock

Sales—

November

1963

251,096

(Shares)

Aggregate Sales
November

Since
Jan. 1

Detroit
Stock Exchange

Shares

Shares

STOCKS

337

47,953

ItO

18,819
22,784
28,451

in

925
242

157

~731

400

Borman

32,633
12,009

Budd

Co
Company (The)—

6~410

3,353
86,809

Buell

Industries

2,110

Stores

Briggs Mfg Co

Bid

Bid

6%

1
1

11 y2
14

2

183,884

Chrysler Corp

1,206

10~213

540

1,905

~200

615
300
470

20,805
265

Detroit Edison Co
Detroit Gasket & Mfg

546
640

7,188

Eaton

2,407
649

18,454
18,025

12T029

248~,678

23,009

109,837

Mfg Co
Economy Baler Company

6,338

Ex-Cell-O
Fed Mogul

57,319
3,137
9,214

Hall Lamp
Handleman

839

3,866

548
850

■

Co

Hastings Mfg Co
Higbie Mfg Co
Hoskins Mfg Co

100
270

2,203
8,950
14,380
911

792
190

2,301
1,991
3,223

154

2,100

3,385
2,223

120
100

100

12,288

171,105

683

97995

656
643

67,229

Hughes & Hatcher Inc
International Breweries

iy4
—

Sale

10%

Sale

31%

~4%
10%

52% May 10

99% Oct 24

9y2 NOV 29
41
Mar 4

—

11%
_

1
7

85%
9%

Sale

80% Nov 26

Sale
45

9ya Nov 29

"

12%

44

NOV

11%

12 y2

12 Ya

Nov"i5

19y8 Nov

_____

_____

8

memm

4

___________

Nov 21

12Ya Nov~18
19% nov 11
_____

8

____—_ ___

Nov 21
_

—•

Sale
9 Ya

11%
3%

32%

Sale

32%
13%

13%

14%

Sale
Sale

Nov 6
13% Nov 29

32

Sale

14

12%

Nov" 18

32%

Nov~29

13% Nov 29
14

Lansing Stamping Co

1
2

1

1

LaSalle Wines & Champ
Leonard Refineries Inc

Lynch Corp

3
2

Macoid Industries Inc
*
Madison Square Garden—1
Masco
Corp
1
Michigan Chemical Corp
1
Michigan Sugar common
*
6% preferred
10
Micromatic Hone
Corp _1

Mid-West Abrasive Co
Motor Wheel Corp
Mt Clemens Indus com
6% preferred

Nov 29

1%

~5

~6

~5

35% Nov

"5%

40
45

46

24%

25%

2%
58

45C

51%
28%

Sale

3

3%
Sale
Sale

Sale

51%
29%

5

Sale

87%

O

6

Nov 21
36% Nov
7
45 % NOV 22
5

Corp—

Sale
30%

50%

Nov~26

28% Nov

4% Nov

Sale
Sale
Sale

6

8

75
55c

Nov 22
Nov 27

"2
3%

~3

~2

3

5%

~9
—

2

Nov" 29

Sale

~2

11

12

11% Nov" 2"l
7% NOV 4

~7%

—

—

—

—

„

33% Nov
29 YB NOV

7
4

7,744

59,848

Studebaker

577

13,114

Udylite Corp

1

Union Investment Co
United Shirt Distributors

4
1

Mfg Co

Standard Tube class B

Corp
Superior Tool & Die Co

Upjohn

The) Co

Vinco Corp
Woodall Industries

1%
—

26
12

2%

2

3
30

~

~2

3%
2

—

5
1
10

1

Apr 19

22

Oct 30
2
Jan
Jan 10
9
4% Aug
11% Jan
8

16

Sep

6
15

Apr 26
Sep 11

Jan" ~3
4

Aug 20
5% Sep
5
35 % Sep 19

Sale

11
1
4
2
10

12

Sale

^kle

26% Jun 19
24

Jan

37 y8
5y4
45%
48%

Jun 3
Oct
2
Feb
6
Oct 21

Sep 12

Sale
3

3% Jan
57% Jan

6% Mar 28
90% Oct 29
iy8 Jan 22
6% Sep
5
3% Jan 10

4% Nov 29
87 % Nov
69c Nov

4
7

45c

Jan

4% Aug
2

Nov 29

12% Nov" 12
7% Nov 4

33% Nov~~7
29 y8 Nov
4

iiiiii

4% Nov

8

26 V* Nov 19
1
12
Nov
1 Vt Nov
6
4% Nov 4

10% Nov

17%

3% Nov
2

1

4y8 NOV

6

4

3

17% Nov" 20
14% Nov 20
7% Nov 19

9%

II

~9%

2

9
2
2
2

Oct 30

3% Oct 31
11% Nov 21
7
Jun 12

17% Aug 19
29 y4 Jan 22
20

Jan 18

13% Aug 13
3% Oct 10
36

Feb

1

3% Jan 11
21% Jan
2

33% Jun

5%
12%
7%
21%
34

Feb
Nov
Jan
Oct

17%

Nov~20

14% Nov 20
7% Nov 19

3%

4

26

Sale

Sale

33%

Hale

21

2%

~3% ~4

12% Nov 21
3% Nov 13

2%

9

4% Nov

5
July 16

1% July 10
15% Oct
l
liy8 Jan 29
2% Jan 29
12
Jan 10

Jun

18

6% Apr
3% Feb

4
1

Sale

10% Nov 8
29% Nov 22

10% Nov
33% Nov

8
1

26

26

2%

2%

2%

3% Nov 27

2 y4 Sep 23
9% Jan 25
10% Nov
8
24% Mar 21

22

22

4

20V4 Sep 26

4

2% Nov

31%

2%

3y*

1

Nov 14

Nov

2% Nov

4

7

10

Nov 14

Nov

2% Nov 26

35

42

44

38

40

40

Nov 20

40

23%

Sale
Sale

21%
25 %

Sale
26%

20%
25

Sale
Sale

20
25

NOV. 22
Nov 29

26

19

20

6%

5y2
Sale

5%
Sale

13% Nov" 20
4y4 Nov 12
5% Nov 26

13% NOV~25
4y2 Nov 12
6% Nov 1

24

20% Nov

21% Nov 21

l
1

6%

_10

3% May

2
10

21

12% Nov 21
3% Nov 13

10

34
18

6

2% Apr

2y4 Oct
17% July
16 y8 Sep
10% May

8
4
24

28
31
14
11
6

4
18

26
17
22

16

Oct 23

11%
13%
26%
13%
3%

Aug 21
Aug 9
Oct 24
Oct 17
Feb
1

31

2%
24%

18

Mar 22

Nov 29

13
12

29% Oct 29
18% Sep 17
7
4% Apr
44% July 17

Jan

8
88c

7

25
23
Aug 6

4% Nov
29% Oct
13
Sep
2% Feb
4% Oct
2% Feb
12
Sep
9% Aug

9% July 26
13% Aug 9
25

8

58

4% Nov 7
24% Nov 26
11% Nov 22
88C Nov 29
3% Nov 7
6

9

42
Feb 28
3
25% Jan

10% Nov

25 V*

11

Nov 21
21% Jan 16

Nov
4
30% Nov 14

53

13

16%

•

~4

H

Sale
Sale

10 %

4

1%

27
Sale

1%
4%

2%
10%

1

300

Scotten Dillon Co
Sheller Mfg Co

Universal Controls Inc

■

Jan

36y2Oct 31
38
Mar 12

11

____

3%

Sale
7%; SYi
1%
2
3ya
3%

6

2

17%
4%
31%
9%

8
8

9% Aug

—

21%

30

Rudy Mfg Company
Soss

lr.'

_

4

Rickel (H W) & Co__
Rockwell Standard Corp

6% Jan
8
6% Jan 22
21% Jan 16

13% Jun
5
26% Jan 14

7

6

~7

7
4

Nov 19

40

45% Nov

"

—10

Prophet (The) Co

Jan

19 Ya Nov

Jan 28

34% Aug 5
4% Jan 29

■

!

1

Natl Brewing Co (Mich)—1
Nat'l Elec Welding Mach—1
Nautec Corp
5
Parke Davis & Co
*
Parker Rust-Proof Co
2.50
Peninsular Metal Products.l

11

13

49% Aug 27
101% Jun 21

35% Nov 6
5% Nov 15

50c

5

10% Mar 1
4% Apr
5
65c Jan 25
12% Mar 18

18% Oct

~4

10

100% Apr 11

_

mmwm-

„

_

Nov 15

—

_

__

Nov 22

JaD

2% Oct 15
34% May 1

4

•____

_

12

19 y8

10

1,567
1,381
2,890

Nov

21% Nov
Nov

0

4
7

2

34%
17
23%
20%
13 y2
4%

Jan

17

Jan
4
Mar 25
Jan
2
Jan 23
Nov 20

May 2
5% May 22

4% Jan 10

12%

Jun 26
8

10% Nov
36

Sep 11

24% Feb 27
3
July 1
43% Aug 14
25% Aug 26
27% May 24
25
May 24
17% Jun 13
5% Aug 9
9% Sep 16

1

25c

1
1

14%

T
4%

24

18

~3
-

12%
1%
4%

1%
5y2

4%

6

—

2%

5%

1% Nov
4% Nov

2% Nov 20
5

Nov

4

19% July
12% Apr
1% Sep
4% Apr
33% Jan
75c

2

•No par. a Deferred delivery sale, r Cash sale, x Ex-dividend, y

12%
1%

19
5
25

25

3
Feb 19
7
18% Oct
30
Aug 9

"2% "5

Young (LA) Spg & Wire—•




1

1% Nov

24

4y4

Jan 11

94

r

14% Nov

Sale

July 29

10% Nov
1
44% Nov 19

..M.,rn

13% Nov 26

1%

12%
13%
21%
4%
21%
4y4
34%
14

Oct 21
Nov 22

4

12% Nov 21
7% Nov 13

14

6% Jan 21
12% July 1
15% Jan
4
2% Jan
3

24

Nov
.

,

1
13

Sale

Prices

253/4 Nov 13

4

4

1

Kresge (S S) Co
Kysor Industrial Corp
Lakey Foundry Co—

~309

3,600

•

Highest

Sep 13
Aug 30
Oct 24
Oct 31
May 1
May 8
7% Nov 13
1% Aug 2
15% Jun 25
5% Feb 25
34
Feb 18

"

Co—1

27,701

501

18% Nov 22
4y4Nov 19
19
Nov 11

1

Thermos

503

1,445

_

1

1,730

"380,

Sale
:

3

14,389
45,880

343

_

12% Nov 21
6% Nov
6
1
NOV 15

__

2.50

Houdaille Industries Inc

Murray
1,324

4

25%

1%

_■

2
1

Kingston Products Corp

"310

11%

;

5

3,817

6,822

NOV

13
7

_____

1

111,442
65,554
55,639
111,350
1,696

1,000

Nov 11

12
6

~6

5

—

10%

2
_1

Co

870

700

10%

—

1

7,016
4,086
7,447
17,799

151

28%

10

King-Seeley

8,793

4y4

_

11%
5%

44

2.50

1,238

~443

.

18% Nov 22
4y8 Nov 18
4

94

Gar Wood Industries
1
General Motors Corp
1.66%
Goebel Brewing
1
Great Lakes Bowling
1
Gt Lakes Chemical Corp
1

3,006

4%

ri

Nov 21

11

Nov 21

'

Corp
3
Bower Bearings_5

Fenestra Incorporated
Ford Motor Co
Fruehauf Trailer

460,512
199,869

7,345

33/4

10%

10
1

Industrial Prod
Detroit Steel Corp

1~542

365

18%
3%

98c
12

1

1,233

~207

19

8

1
l
1
1

1,371
3,084

18

11
__ __

5

Dielectric Products Engr
Divco-Wayne Corp
Drewry's Ltd USA Inc

450

15

13
19 y2

27%

1

DWG Cigar Corp_
Davidson Brothers Inc

32,245

~839

11 %

12

11

1

"859

10%

,

»
•

Detroit

740

11%
13%

19

'

Refrigeration *.1
Cox Instruments Corp
1
Crowley Milner & Co
1
Cunningham Drug Stor's_2y2

1,425
1,002
283,359
10,587

33,785
19,825

11

12%

Copeland

796

2/794

-7

12.50

Continental Motors

Prices

Ask

—

10%
4%
92C

Consolidated Paper
10
Consumers Power Co com
•

$4.50 preferred
$4.16 preferred

Bid

Sale
Prices

Sale

■

5

103,591

Ask

12%

M|_|"

5
1

12,800
5,214

or

—

•

1

:■

Ask

2%

5
5

23,492

154

1962

2,251,133

Lowest
Sale
Prices

Highest

Lowest

Nov. 29
Closing or

.

Opening

*
_1
5

Burroughs Corp

39,985

Nov 1

Opening or

Brown-McLaren Mfg

937

5,858

Food

(Shares)—

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Par

14,852
19,449

1963

3,050,229

Sales—

Stock

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

201,353

1963

LISTED ISSUES
Allen Elec & Equipment
Allied Supermarkets
Amer Metal Products Co
Associated Brewing Co
Avis Industrial Corp
Bethlehem Corp
Bohn Aluminum & Brass

11,100
2,312

1962

Ex-rights.

23
13
3

Apr 18

July 26
May 14
5% Jan 8

41% Aug 14
3

Jan

11

19% Jim 28
36% Sep 16

46

Pacific Coast Stock Exchange
Monthly and Yearly Record

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE PACIFIOiCOAST STOCK EXCHANGE

Pacific Coast
Stock Exchange^

Shares

5,000

Bid

Par

Southern Pacific Co

Opening

or
Ask

Bid

Ask

$5,000

November
Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

Nov. I

Opening or

Bonds

Shares

5,000

Price Jan. 2,
1963

Ask

4%% '69

Nov 18

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices

Highest
Sale
Prices

Prices

102

SM00

5,000

PRICES IN NOVEMBEENov. 29
Lowest
Closing or
Sale
Bid

1962

1963

Bond Sales—

4,051,858
46,427,524

4,171,269
48,215,282

November (Shares)
Jan. 1 to Nov. 30 (Shares)Aggregate Sales
In
Since
November Jan. 1

1962

1963

Stock Sales—

Nov 18

102

Nov 18

102

50%
113
27%
57%
3%
3%

5
Nov
Nov 27
1
Nov
NOV 4

74
12

Jan
Jan

53
3

Aug 14

Nov 18

102

Stocks
420

702

1,584
14,807
1.397
1,792

22,402

265

1,900
50
510

5.344
150

5.802

2,239

1.005
525

71,721
16,361
26,003

1,174
16,416
7,407
17.342
105,210
2.23J
71,135
85,133

47.343
13,735

23,090

21,668
248,594

859

21.949

4,417
636

48,235
59,708
81,455
10,490

3.880

84,807

2,310

9.342
6,009
616

616

127448

23^017
7,271
2,100
121,655

3,014
47,874

48,024
590,854

3,741

25,462

3,017
1,859

91,338
19,540

58,987

16,349
11,377

44,978
518

4,945

396.049

312,562
169,332
390.644

7.554
87,877

14,472

~~85

2,027
87,354
26,527
53.458

199

1,964

,1,571

18,797

~837

30,160
35,923
254,265
11,111

6,696

14,836
475

617

12,225

49,647

6,487
2,665

104,730
19,586

2

1,235
15.710
1,708
9,148

12,891

841

14,018

153,103
38,793
68,024
118,216

20
160

1,464
1,848

207

281

3,927
43,221
8,635
17,414
3,079

6,647

103,650

3,058

22,622

5,422
1,376
1,106

530

26,004

10

4,141
252,965
144,100
7,420
9,643
59,700

24,505

8,301
865

1,486
5.949

19,433
2,900

117,054
11,428
26,579
2,541

1,548
1,451
50

2,614
210

25
5
1
•

(Un)

Air Reduction
A J Industries

(Un)

.

Warrants (Un)
Allied Artists Pictures Corp.l
Allied Chemical Corp (Un)_9
Allied Supermarkets (Un)—1

—

54%
14%

Allis-Chalmers Mfg (Un)_10
*
Aluminum Co of Ainer (Un) 1
Ambassador Oil Corp
1
HAmerada Petrol (Un)
-*
Amer Airlines Inc (Un)
1
Amer Bosch Arma (Un)
2

78%
13%

Amer Broadcstg-Paramount
Theatres (Un)
^
1

33

5%

"i

"sale

30%

32%

Sale

15%

5%

Sale

23%

24%

42%
9%
25%

American Cyanamid (Un)_10
American Electronics Corp_l

~3 %

"3%

3%

20%
16%

Sale
Sale
t

Standard
(Un).
.5

99,872
2,900
130.254
163,449
396.174
42,589
34.497
21,690
1.555
44,055
9,299

Sanitary

12%

Ref (Un)
•
American Tel & Tel
33%
American Tob (Un)
6.25

Sale

A

2% Nov 20
54% Nov 12
Nov 14
13
6
16 % Nov
25 % Nov 13
66% Nov 11

,

Sale

29%
40%
9%
25 %
53%

"

25%

~2

~2%

18 %

Sale

17%

Sale

2% Nov 15
17% Nov 22

6
Nov 11
NOV

Nov

Nov

18
1

34% Nov 14
1
42% Nov
9% Nov 14
25% Nov 15

Nov 22
Nov 22
Nov
7
Nov 22

25
55 7/s
3

19%

5
72%
32%
15%

Nov 22

3%

5

58% Nov 14
1
3% Nov

9% Nov 18

Sale

9"% Nov 11

3

Nov

NOV

Nov"_4

19% Nov 11
2% Nov
1
22% Nov 13
33 % Nov 14

14
3
8

3% NOV 12
9% Apr
4
Mar 25

2% May 21
Mar

43

1

12% Mar 28
2
14% Jan

95% May 23
119
Aug 22

28% Oct 28
61
Apr 22
4

Jan

5%
12%
9%
3%
55
13%
20%

Feb
Jan
Jan
Jun
Oct
Apr

10
18

11
11
12
29
15
3
9

20% Jan

Jun
27% May

4% Oct 16
64% July 23

69% Oct 21
6% Feb 15
5
82
Sep

2
51% Mar 21

Jan

3

13'* Jan

2

18

28
Jun 19
40% Nov 22
9% Nov 22
7
25
Jan
3
48% Jan
Mar 18

9% Jan
2

30% Nov 27

Sale

40%

Ampex Corp
Amphenol-Borg Electronics_l
Anaconda Co (Un)
50
Anthony Pools Inc
:
1
Apollo Industries Inc
5

Sale

48%

(Un)
*
Ashland Oil & Refin'g (Un)_l
Astrodata Inc
•
Atch T & S Fe Ry (Un)_10
Atlantic Coast Line RR
*
Atlantic Refining CO (Un)_10

30%

42 %

—

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

5%

Sale
5%

8%

5
Nov 20
Nov
6
Nov 21
Nov 22
Nov 22
21% Nov 26
45 % Nov 26
8
5% Nov

r

17%
86%
140%
29%
81%
22 %
22
48%
5%

17%
2%
16%
26%

3
Feb
7
Oct 25
Aug 23
Jan
2
Jun 24

NOV 14

12% Jan

Nov
7
Nov 21
Nov
1
Nov 11

58 % Jan

Nov 14
Nov .26
Nov
1
Nov 14

8%

46

a__

30% Nov 21
32% Nov 22
60% Nov 18
39% Nov 29

—

39 Va

Atlas Corp common (Un)
Warrants (Un)
5% preferred (Un)
Automatic Retailers of

1

25%

20 Va

Sale

Sale

Baldwin-Lima-Ham (Un)_13
Baldwin Securities (Un)—lc
Bait & Ohio RR (Un)
100
Baruch-Foster Corp__
50c
Beckman Instruments
—1
Beech Aircraft Corp
;
1
Bell Electronic Corp
_*
Bell Intercont'l Corp (Un)_l
Bell & Howell Company
*
Bendlx Corp (Un)
5

Benguet Consol (Un)
2p
Bestwall Gypsum (Un)—40c
Bethlehem Steel (Un)
_8

Boeing Company (Un)

5

Bond Stores Inc (Un)
Borden Co (Un).;

1
7.50
5
•

.

Borg-Warner Corp
Brewer (C) & Co Ltd
New common wi

48%
2%

Sale

53%,'

Sale

Sale

3%|f

Sale

Sale

22 %

13%

14

5
*

—

32%
33 %
63 %
40

Nov 15
Nov 12
Nov
Nov

4

6

—

3

3%

22%

:5

2.50

Sale

Sale

10%
12%

Sale

Sale

Caterpillar Tractor
Celanese Corp of America

*

—

~2% ~3%
25%

Sale

Sale

31%

Sale

18%
65 Va

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

36%

35

74

Sale

32%
18%

Sale
Sale
2.15

37%
11%
2.05
—

10%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
~

13%
10%

13%
2%

Sale
2 7/s
—

—

-—

—

30%

Sale

EI
—

—

Corp

(Un)_

Cerro Corp (Un)
Certaln-teed Prods Corp
Chadbourn Gotham Inc

~8% ~8%

6
19

26

Nov
66
5
13 % Nov 11
2% Nov 14
9% Nov 15
23% Nov 26
48% Nov 21
1
1% NOV

45
63

Sale
Sale

1.85

2.00

1.75

13%

Sale

13%
14%

Sale

20%

21%
Sale

18%
41%

4%
31c

Sale
Sale
35c

25 Va
4

7%

Sale

7%

Sale
Sale

18%
30%

Sale
Sale

40
25

19%
31%

20

Sale

30c

19
Sale
Sale
Sale

33
2.05
35

10%

Nov 22
Nov
5
Nov
8
Nov
4
Now 15
Nov 22
Nov 26
Nov
1
Nov 29
Nov 26
Nov
4
Nov 29
Nov 15

4%

~3% ~4
40%
U%

~3% ~4%

EE

Sale

26%

Sale

37

37

Sale

46%

Sale
Sale
Sale

50

Sale

Sale

11%
33%
53%

47
—

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
—

66 %
19
40
24

Nov

14

Nov
Nov

8
1

Nov

5

3% Nov 21
30C Nov 29

41%

Sale

27%
16

Sale

Sale

—

;;

r all other
See page 50 for all other footnotes.
footnotes.

Jan
Jan

18% Nov 27
Nov
7

30

37

Nov~14

77

13%
3

9%
257/s
497/a
1%

Nov
Nov

Nov
Nov

19
15
4
15

Nov 11
NOV 12
Nov
1

317/s Nov" 1
Nov 15
37
1
18 7/s Nov
1
65 Va Nov
48
76

Nov

Nov

4
4

18
3.00(Nov 14
37% Nov 4
5
12% Nov
1
2.051 Nov
6
15% Nov
15% Nov 5

35

NOV

68% Nov

1

8
Nov
41% Nov 19
25% Nov 11
1
4% Nov

19

35c

Nov

6

8% Nov 12
19% Nov 19
32

Nov

14

a

26% Nov
3?1 Nov

33%
40

4
6
Nov 21
Nov
4

33
45
46

A
41V4
27%
14%
2%

27% Nov 22
Nov
5
357/8 Nov 13
4

26%
26 Va
16%
25 Vs
47%

Aug 30
Jan 28
Nov 26
2
Jan

Jan 22
2
48% Jan
2
2Va Jan

'/8 Mar 20
15% Jan 28

Oct

62

29
Jan
31
July
18 Va Nov

597/a Apr
41% Mar
37
Jan
33
Nov
1.80 Oct
28
Feb
10 Va Nov
1.75 Mar
12% Mar
13% Jan
10 Va July
55
Jan
8% Jan
26
Jan

30c
7
18%
23%
93%

4§%

Nov 20

30 % Nov
5
15% Nov 11

3% Nov

7

8
9
6
9

26
31
27
26
26
19
3

23
17

Nov 29
Nov 27
Nov 27

Apr
Apr
217* Mar
3% Mar
23 % Jan
7Va Jan
26% Jan
34% Mar
37
Feb

Nov

2

26

3
3
5
24
Nov
3% Nov 21

37% Oct

-

9
2
2

Aug
Aug
9% Nov 15
8
21% Feb
48% Oct 15
8
1% Oct
28 % Jan 31
13
2

12% Nov
37% Nov

Nov 22
Nov 26
Nov 22
Nov
1
Nov
5

1
Nov 29
Nov 26
Nov 15

40% Apr 17
28% July 17
29% Jan
7
52
Mar 6
38% Sep 27

41

Nov 21
8
4
47% Nov 13
55% Nov 14
13 Nov 8
50% Nov 8

10% Nov 22

2
7
5

21% Oct
8
13% Sep 26
9% Nov 19
11% Aug 14
37* Apr
9
4
30% Jan
'/a Jan 21

Nov 27

7

49%

2.50
5

1
Apr
Mar 19
Nov 26

30 % Aug 28

a__

a—

a__

4%

2
Jan
Nov 21

4

24

a_

29%
34%
18%
64%

11%

—

3

2
15

Nov 11
14% Nov 20
10% Nov 29
14% Nov 11

35% Nov

a

35

68%

Iff

to unlisted trading privileges.

15
26

Nov 14

Sale
Sale

1

1

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

53 % Nov 13
6
3% Nov
4
1% Nov
a.

—

35
22
13%
9%
12%

12

21% Nov 11
29
Nov 12
59% Nov 12

.

*

1

a

68
34

—

Rights
Cenco Instruments Corp
Central & South West

22

a

Campbell Soup Co (Un)_1.80
Canada Drj' Corp (Un)__l%
Canada Southern Pet Ltd
1
Canadian Pacific Ry (Un) 25
Carrier Corp (Un)
—10
Case & Co (J J) (Un)
12%
Castle & Cooke Inc-,
10

26

a

29%
37%

11,778

—2.50

23%

22

26
1 % Nov
7

Sale*
—-

1 Va

~lVa

13%

.

Sale
Salei

.

Budget Finance Plan com_50c
6% preferred
10
(Un)

Nov
58% Nov
52 % Nov
3
Nov

27

37

%

1.95

Budd Co_

Sale

30 % Nov

a

1
5

—

Sale
Sale
Sale

2.55

Brunswick Corp
Buckner Industries Inc

52%
3%

1%

_

Broadway Hale Stores

28%

„f
25

Nov~ 26

16% Nov 26

4-

Rights

Bullock's Inc
Bunker Hill Co

—

20

Avco Mfg Corp (Un)-_
3
Avnet Electronics Corp
5c
Baker Oil Tools Inc
—-1

28 %

Sale

I.

50c

America

—

1147/s
26 Va
59%
14 Va
21%
40%

8% Apr

—

^

.

356

(Un) Admitted

139%
26%
80%
19%

16% Nov

83%
131 %
26%
78%
16%

Warrants

1,640

16,293

8%

Sale

Sale

44.089
39,363
37,867

Sale

Sale

18

169.255
77,707
51.459
20,295
21.688

16%

a

24%

73.265

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
5%
9%

5

~7Va ~8

Archer-Daniels Midland
*
Arizona Public Service—2.50
Arkansas-La Gas (Un)—2.50
Armco Steel Corp (Un)
lo
Armour & Co (Del) (Un)—5

California Packing

12,992

Sale

80%
20%

151,136
8,738
9.615
60.981

16%

16%

25
——_—1

V C Corp (Un)

%
Sale
18%




—

Sale
Sale

132 7/8
29

%

670
3.213
1.249
1,025

—

2%
21 Va

Sale
Sale

114%
29%

8%

1,192

—

—

,

Amer Smelt &

Cabol Enterprises Limited—*
Calif Financial Corp
1
California Ink Co Inc—5.50

12,295

Sale

,

_

16,883
226.353
25,073

7,032

26

~2% ~3

Sale

5.640

Sale
Sale

Sale
—

32

Can Co (Un)
12%
American Cement Corp
5
$1.50 preferred
25
Amer

American & Foreign Power
Co Inc (Un)
•
Americ'n-Intl Alum Corp 25c
Amer Machine & Fdy
1.75
American MARC Inc—50c
Amer Motors
(Un)
1.66%
American Pot & Chem
•

Sale
Sale

4
Nov 26

Nov 14
Nov 22
Nov 20
61% Nov 22
Nov
5
6
68 % NOV 21
Nov
29%
6
14% NOV 27

"4%

48% Oct 25

7

a

52 %
13
15
24 %

1% ~5

"

7
Nov
Nov 12
4
10% Nov

2% Nov

--

Sale

Sale
Sale

20 %

Aluminium Ltd

4%

5,179
5.184
13,655
12,640

Sale
Sale

a—

Buttes Gas & Oil Co

455

25%
55%

Nov
5
Nov
8
Nov 18
Nov 29
Nov
3
8
3% Nov 12
i9% Nov 6

50%
108%
22 %
55%

1

Alleghany Corp (Un)

Burlington Industries (Un)_l
Burroughs Corp—
5

12.884
2,897
10,821

Sale
Sale

E

1

s

97.087
85,015
675,422

4,356
7,474
53.876
2.525

277/a

-2

Airlines

Alaska

109 Va

32% Nov 18
18% Oct 16

37% Oct 28
47% Jan

2

12% Jun 21
28% Apr 22
62
Sep 16
i% May 27
13% May 27
3% Aug 22
24 Va Jan 31
3% Sep 23
23
Feb 14
33% Nov 14

Amer Radiator &

225

4,553
1,955

ACF Industries

Abbott Laboratories
Admiral Corp—

24
19

22
13
16
15
3
2
1
25

& Oct 31

18%
88%
140 Va
33'/a
81 Va
22 %

Sep

6

Oct 29
Nov 21

Apr 17
Nov 11
Nov 14
28% Jun 17
6
54
Jun
6% Oct 17
3
8% Apr
42'/a Aug 30
33% Aug 23
36% Aug 28
65% Oct 17
48
Apr
28
Apr
30% May
29
Oct
30% Jun
59% Nov
56% Apr
3% Oct
1% Oct
17% Oct

16
9
13
7
6
12
17
7
8

20

41
Jun 12
29% Jun 11
24% Mar 7
Jan 22

14

14% Oct 31
4% Jun
4

37% Aug 30
1
114%
16%
3'/a
11%
30%
57%
1%

Jan 10
Jan 14
9
Jan
Oct 18
6
Jun
Jun 13
Jan 23
Feb 12
3
34% Oct

34% Apr 16
40% Feb 27
20% May 20
67 % May 23
51% Sep 16
78% Oct 23
35
Nov 18
3.00 Nov 14
38
Oct 22
8
20% Jan
2.35 J an 28
15% July 2

21
10%
69
22%
41%

Oct
Aug
Oct
Oct

14
29
14
24
Nov 19

34
6

Feb
Jan

18
17

1

Jan

10

11% Apr 11
22
Apr 22
33
Aug 19
107 % Sep 18
27% Nov 22
4 A May 21
35% Nov 13

42%
12%
37%
47%
56

May 19
Nov

8

May 22

Oct 29
Sep 11
% Oct 25

40% Jan 10

54 V8

41%
197/a
13%
2%

44% Aug 23

Nov
1
Jan
3
Jun
4
Nov 15

Sep

3

33% Oct 16
19% Feb
6
4% jjan 11

Pacific Coast

Aggregate Sales
in

November

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

2,152

19,404

2,000

2,750

8,008*

46,488

857

14,648

2.045

31,620

662

10,029

2,635

24,358

98,520

711.482

4,314

45,951
16,220

749

1,563
1,901
19,333
3,670
1,339
12,166
3,567

12,560
47,153
80,143

518

5,824
5,628
11,357

56,652
30,899
45,864

44,357

682
635

8,662

4,200
4,139

33.891
3,662
46,217
97.619
53,036

89

6,228
23,805
1,282

1,123
38,228

165

2,611

7,731
9,707
103,006

560
512

5,835

791

69

50,804
10,535
6,043
89,553
1,047

3,531
1,110
836

6,218
152

37,487
3,201
27,061

1,334
26

14,500

8,485
21,184

4,763
500

34,264
29,082
65,643

1,042
1,400
14,154
5,348

64,861
16,283
4,011
1,240
69,792
58,928
50,106
29,153
40,331
55,019
7,712
20,228

838

750
125

6,838
10,140
3,454
3,203
1,537
6,641

6,012
7,986

5,462

197510
146

168,956
3,785
146,521
2,214

186

700

416

8,190

47

PACIFIC COAST STOCK EXCHANGE

December, 1963

Price Jan. 2,
1963

Stock Exchange

Opening

Stocks

Par

Champlin Oil & Ref (Un)_l
Charter Oil Co Ltd
1
Chesapeake & Ohio (Un)_25
Chicago Mil St. Paul &
Pacific RR (Un)
•
Chicago Rock Island &
Pacific RR (Un)
•
Chris Craft Industries
1
Christiana Oil Corp
1
HChrysler Corp
—
12 Va
Cities Service Co (Un)
10
Clary Corp
1
Cohu Electronics Inc
1
Colorado Fuel & Iron
5
Columbia Broadcast Sys_2.50
Columbia Gas System (Un) 10
Commercial Solvents (Un)_l
Commonwealth Edison—12%
Consol Edison of NY (Un)_*
Consolidated Foods
1%
Consol Nat Gas Co (Un).—10
Consolidated Oil & Gas_20c
Consumers Power (Un)
*
Continental Can (Un)
10
Continental Copper & Steel
Industries
2
Continental Insur (NY)
5
Continental Motors (Un)—1
Continental Oil Co (Un)
5
Controls Co of America
5
Corn Products
50c
Crane Co (Un)
25
Crestmont Consol Corp
1
Crown Zellerbach com
—5
$4.20 preferred
Crucible Steel Co
America (Un)_

—•

Bid

Nov. 29

Opening

or
Ask

Closing or

or
Ask

Bid

Bid

33%
—

.

Sale

14

~5% ~53/4

Ty4

Sale
g

92%

Sale

85%

Sale

~7%

Sale

~7°

j

;

56%
4.^1

4%
—

4ya
9y4
773/4
28%
26%

5

MM

-

—

MM
•

—

44%
—

.

_

Sale

—

—

——

—

86

—

Sale

,

M_

Sale
Sale

Sale
4%
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

85 Va

64%

MM

Sale
Sale

MM

MM

Sale

—

—

—

—mm

59%

::

___

—

Sale
«...

Sale

46
"

::

3%
52%
—

MM

—

22%

4%
Sale

Sale
Sale

4
—

—

Sale

8
....

17%

2

2.15

16% Aug 28

6

26% NOV 14

Nov 21
Nov 29
Nov 22

14% Nov 12

3
19% Jan
12 y4 Mar 18

28% Sep 30
18 y4 Apr 11

Sale
—

Sale

7
19

Sale
Sale

19

—

—

-

_

6

Nov 19
Nov 22

i6ya
15%

16%
16%

16%
16%

2.60

2.65

56 % Nov" 26
58% Nov 26
Nov 13
50% Nov 18
4

95% NOV

—

MM

—

11%
11%
2.25

Nov 15
Nov 29
7
4% Nov 27
8% Nov 22
72 % Nov 21
27% Nov 13
26 % Nov 29
47% Nov 20
84 y4 Nov
7
48% Nov 21
64 Va Nov 27

Sale

6

20% Nov 22
6% Nov 27
7
Nov
1
17% Nov 21

Dome Mines Ltd (Un)
Dorr-Oliver Corp com

•

7%

32%
*

Dow Chemical Co
5
Dresser Industries
—50c
du Pont de Nemours (Un)_5
Eastern Air Lines (Un)——1

Eastman Kodak Co (Un)_10
Eichler Homes Inc—
*
Fitel McCullough
1

Elder Peel Corp Ltd
1
El Paso Natural Gas
3
Electric Bond & Sh (Un)—5
Electronic Specialty
50c
Eltra Corp com (Un)
25
$1.40 conv pfd (Un)—34%

5y4 Nov 29
51 y« May 6
2
56% Jan
4% Mar 22
2
3% Jan

5% NOV 13
94% Nov 12
64'/4 Nov 6
1
7% Nov
7
4% Nov
5
9y4 Nov
Nov 11
84
Nov
5
29
Nov
4
30
7
49% Nov
86% Nov 15
48% Nov 21
Nov 21
66
3% Nov 12
45% Nov 1
Nov 22
41

8% July 19
8
44% Jan
Feb
27
22 Va Apr
44 y4 Jan

2.50

17
17

16 % Nov

8

41

Nov 19

"7%

Sale

13%
28%

15%

43%

Sale
Sale

14
Sale

_ _

...

12
34

12%
35% -

_

MM

_

11

11%

34

35
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

22%
62

25%

mm

252%

___

_

153/a
42
26
12

__ __

Sale

55%

~6%

«

—

34%
24»/4
MM

Sale
15%
Sale
Sale

12%
36%
Sale
__

MM

26

—

Sale

""""

~8% "9%

~73/4

Sale
Sale

6%
%
is y4

Sale

34%

17%

Sale

8%
%
17%

24%

Sale

34%

M

■

^

1

%

%

Sale
Sale

Sale

18,200

844

75,418
16,494
4,259

51,100

516,902

12,528
6,300
4,637

83,845
146,731
75,186

7,775

66,214

12,907
445
555
976
772
335

69,401
14,801
4,620
13.620
9,984
5,420

505

4,344

Phonograph (Un)
Emporium Capwell

5
10

Erie-Lack RR (Un)
Fts-Hokin Corp

12%
45%

•

1

Eureka Corp Ltd ($1 or 25c)
Eversharp Inc com wi
1
Oil Co Ltd "A"
Factor (Max) & Co
Efreter

Fairbanks Whitney—

Fairchild

1
—1

1

Sale

37%

Sale

11%

46%

47

2%
9%
23c
33%

__ _

nx_

11%

mmm

A

%

35 y8

"".40

Sale
,r

—

30c

Sale
Sale
Sale

33c

MM

39%

43/4

—

Sale
■Sale

43%
5

Sale
Sale
Sale
10

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

45 y4 Jan 22
53 y« Jan
9

46

Apr 23

74

Oct 28

19% Mar 29
6% July 31

23
May 29
8% Aug 26

11% Feb 28
2
28% Jan
24% Jan 15

16
46

2.65 Nov
46

4

Nov 19

16

Nov

5
1
4
8

11

55

Nov 29
4
114% Nov
4
9y8 Nov

8

28% Nov 20
35% Nov 12

Mar

22% Jan
July
19 Va Apr
106% July
7% Nov
6% Nov
% Mar
17
Nov
28% Jan
20% Mar
24% Sep
30 y4 July

233

26

8% Nov

Oct 21

34% Nov 8
20% Oct 11

8
24 >/4 Nov 29
64% Nov 14
Nov 12
26
Nov 20
262

30% Nov 22

31c

Nov 22

39% Nov

4% NOV

1"
1

13
47
3

11%

Nov 12
Nov 29
Nov
4
Nov
1

32c Nov
35% Nov

7
1
8

Nov
43 Va Nov 29

40c

5% Nov

5

Camera &

Instrument Corp (Un)
Fairchild Stratos (Un)

5

45%

Sale

1

7y4

Sale

Family Record Plan

1

Fansteel Metallurgical (Un) 5
Fargo Oils Ltd
1
Fawick Corp.
2
Fedders Corp (Un)
_1

—

•—

51%
_

Sale
—M

MM

sy4

«

—

_

7%

83/4

10%
—

16%

Sale

45%

Sale

38

—

8y8

—

—

Sale

—

Sale

41% Nov
5% Nov
8yaNov
13% Nov
2% Nov
10% Nov

16% Nov

—

27
22

15
85
13
1

.

1

3

55% Nov 12
6
Nov
8 % Nov

6
8
14% Nov 15
2 % Nov
5

10% Nov 13
16% Nov
1

7,117
50,424
31,307
128,290
51,310
6,348
15,198
35,219

295

310

•

1,247
10,299
7,808

108,492

Bearings

5

Fibre Board Paper Prod
•
Firestone Tire & Rub (Un)_"

First Charter Financial
*
Flintkote Co (The)
—5
Florida Power & Light (Un)-"
Fluor Corp Ltd
2.50

Flying Tiger Line Inc

1
10c

38%
_

""""

Garrett Corp

2

864

5

2,331
1,450

22.892
87,312
128,995
395,183
35,635
41,884

Gen Amer Oil Co of Tex
General Dynamics Corp
Gen Electric Co (Un)

90,933
2,974

615,535
30,169

58%

1,634

28,175

General Motors Corp
1%
Genl Public Serv (Un)___10c
General Public Util (Un)_2%
General Telephone &

54,553
12,460
2,775

392,105
158,778
59,408
5,916
73,480

Electronics Corp (Un)_3%
Gen Tire & Rubber
30c

23%

8,726
11,539
25,348

595

5,299
3,530
324

26,482
246,288
3,853

3,220

28,017

22,125

320
5,774
118.483
11,695
126,247 1,101,288
6.046
76,864
77,624
4,386
41,581
2,006

Genl

Explor Co of Calif

General Foods Corp (Un)
General Mills Inc (Un)

_2
—1

1
5

1

__

45%
8%
24%

Sale
Sale
Sale
.

~8%
___

MM

Sale

53
__ __

_____

28%
56%

Sale

Sale

21

Sale
83/4
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

15
8
49

— M

MM

Sale

55%
32%
24%

80%

Sale
Sale
Sale

15

Sale

13%

8%

82%
15%

Sale
Sale

1
5

1
lo
Goebel Brewing Co
,_1
Good Humor Co of Calif_10c
Goodrich (B F) (Un)
10
Goodyear Tire & Rubber
*
Grace (W E) & Co
1

7§

Sale

—

Sale
—

—

27%
24
—

~48
.83

29%
24%

Sale
Sale

8
1

6
23% Nov 11

Sale

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

26
7
5

15
22
26
5

24
15

26
15
19
7

28
30
16

Feb
4
NOV 22
31c Nov 22
3
37% Jan

4y4 Apr 17
32%
5%
7%
13y4
lit
8y8
16%

Apr
Sep
Sep

38
24

Mar 13
Jan
2

July 30
Mar

7

Sep

4

33% Nov
27% Nov
83% Nov

22
11
19
18

16

Nov

87% Nov
39

Nov
Nov
Nov

Sale
Sale

76% Nov 18
534 Nov 18

87%
5%

33% Nov

4

27% Nov
6
22% Nov 26
50 y8 Nov 26

T

Sale
—

Sale
Sale

_____

32%

MM

Sale

23%
32%

Sale
Sale
Sale

13%

Sale

14%

Sale

54c

Sale
Sale

54c

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

48c.
_

_

44%

MM

41c

54%
40%
»

See page 50 for all other footnotes.

20% Nov
23
31

Nov
Nov
39% Nov
13% Nov
42% Nov

50c
38c
54
40%

5

29
22
14
11
4

Nov 26
Nov 26
Nov 6
Nov 26
Nov ?■»

Jan 24
17% Jan
2
69% Mar 6
14% May 14

8%
24%
40 V4
32%
23 y4 Aug
72% Mar
7% Jan
77% Mar
31% Jan
58
Jan
5% Mar
31% Jan

21
22

29% Nov 29
25% Nov 13
54
Nov 11

25%
24%
34%
39%

Nov 27
Nov
6
Nov
8
Nov 14

16

Nov 15

4
Nov
7
6
52c Nov
56% Nov 15
42% Nov 12
4*% No"
I

1

32

4
14
6
8
29
1
1
14
6
1
6
22

58

1A May 17
20% Apr 22
31
Apr 29
43% Oct
1
27% Aug 20
30 y4 July 16

13% Oct 28
47

4%
13
85c
40%
62c

Nov 29
Feb 13

Sep
Mar

9

5
Oct 17
May 3

48% May 3
6ya Jan 11

22% Feb 18
2% Sep
3
10% Nov 13
19% May 17

35%
20%

26

4
Sep
120% Apr 25
9% Oct 29
11% Oct 17

Oct 29

4

10%
30%

Nov 20

55% Nov 12
8% Feb
6

32% Aug

42

29% Jan 11
65% Apr 30
29
Aug 12

5
6
9

11
15
29
1

53

4

29

9% Nov 26

Nov
Nov
Nov
NOV
Nov
Nov
Nov

51%
21%

Nov

3

Sep 16
32% Aug 20
13% Jan 29
39% Feb 5

262

15c
23

8

6

Apr 25
Apr 1

2.75 Oct

16

9% Mar 1
34% Mar 1
2% Nov 18

16% Nov
10

—

MM

40

1

34
Nov
38
Nov
35 y8 Nov

.

1,

—

Nov 21
Nov 22

45% Nov

32% Nov

25
31

78 y8

84%
38%

"f

—

27%

33 %
27

Sale

86%

49
10

57

26 %

Sale

20%

Sale

Sale

"7%

223/8

8%
50%
21%
51%
10%

Sale
Sale

______

28%

Sale

-

1
Nov
1
Nov
Nov 18

"

3

(Un) Admitted to unlisted trading privileges.




34%

45%
31%
36%
32%

•

Georgla-Pac Corp (Un) 80c
Gerber Products Corp——5
Getty Oil Co
4
Gibraltar Financial Corp
1
Gillette Co
Gimbel Bros (Un)
Glen Alden Corp (Un)
Glidden Co (Un)

4533
Sale/
MM

Sale

23

51%

23,584

1
2%

Sale

14%

5,602

10,970
501,696
184,562

Sale

17%

95,5l4

739

44%
32%
■

__

FMC Corp
Food Fair Stores Inc
Ford Motor Co
Foremost Dairies Inc
Fruehauf Trailer Co

45,780
10,753
10,704

39 y4
Sale

15

24

Jun

6% Feb 14

23

Federal-Mogul Bower
7.049
1,909
14,851
4,989

Nov 29

5

Sep 16
25% May 8
59% Nov 1

17% Sep 5
16% Sep 10

18 y4 Nov 29

2% Nov 18
9% Nov 26
23c NOV 29
23
Nov 22

59
5%
67%
99

Feb 18
Jun

7
13
Mar 8
2.15 Jan 21

Nov 26

17

11% Nov 19
45% Nov 26

July 10

11% Jan

17

3
6

Emerson Radio &

3,260
4,174
3,553

6%
64%
13%
65%

24 y4 May IS
37% July 10

34% Nov

Nov 19
28% Nov 20

6

17% Jan
2
37% July 10

7% Nov 20
19% Nov 12

34y4 Nov

%
Sale

Sep

25% Sep
4
10
Jan 25

45% Jan
95% Nov

44(4 Nov
26% Nov 18
Nov 22
12

Nov
5
23 Va Nov 13
111% Nov 21
7% Nov 15
6% Nov 26

54

89% Sep 20
48% Nov 21
66
Nov 21
4% Feb 11
48% Aug 14
47% Jun 24

17% Jan 30
6% Oct 23
5% Sep 24

15 V4 Nov 22
39% Nov 22
26
Nov 29
11
Nov
8

Nov 22
Nov 5
Nov 20

84% Oct 28
5
30% Jun
30% Sep 13

23 y4 Nov 11
8
7
Nov

21% Nov
7% Nov

21%
60%
25 Va
251 Ya

72% Aug 5
9% Jun 13
5y4 Oct 2
10% Apr 16

50
Jan
2
46% Feb 12
3
3% Jan

20% Nov 14
6% Nov 29

8

8% Jun 20

99% Oct 24

1
Nov 29
59
4
4% Nov
53% Nov 11
5
96 y4 Nov

59% Nov

a

~7% ~7%

Nov 22

4% Mar 19

2~50 Nov~ll
46

__

5
2
7

53 y4 NOV 22
3
107/b Jan
Jan
4
55
1
23% Oct

Nov
4
12 Va Nov 21
7
61 y4 Nov

57

a

2.70

5

83% Jan
8
34 y4 Jan
58% Apr
8
3% Oct 30
40% Mar 4

a—

—

1

2.50

,

10% Mar 27

a—

Sale

59

—•

Cypress Abbey Co—

preferred
Douglas Aircraft

14% Nov 11

53 % Nov 22
11% Nov
8
60
Nov 15

57%

—

mm

11%

$2

Nov 19

MM

Sale

■

1

2.50

Oct 18

4

a

::

-

MM

50

1

DiGiorgio Fruit Corp
Disney (Walt) Prod

"

1% Jun 18
67 y4 Nov 26

—

1

«...

13%
5 V*
79%
60

44
41

—

MM

11

•
1

37

.

1
lVa Feb 19
52% Jan
3

3% Nov

.

45%

1

Denver & Rio Grande
Western RR (Un)
Desilu Productions Inc

Sale
Prices

1% Nov 7
67 y4 Nov 26

Nov 26
7

24% Nov

Class "A" (Un)
Cutter Laboratories Inc—
Class A common
Class B common

50C

33

bale
-i
Prices
36
Nov 13

<

—

Decca Records Inc—..
Deere & Co (Un)

•

Highest

Lowest
Sale
Prices
29% Mar

Highest

1% Nov
65 Va Nov

—

of

12.50
Cudahy Packing Co (Un)—5
Curtis Publishing Co (Un)_l
Curtis-Wright Corp (Un)_l

Lowest
Sale
Prices

Ask

-

—

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

-PRICES IN NOVEMBERNov. 1

Nov
Jan
Nov
Feb
Jan
Jan
Mar
Nov

23

Jan
Jan
Mar
Jan
Jan
23
Nov
28% Jan

20%
44%
53%
17%

36% Aug
10 Va Jan

42% Nov

38% Jan

60c

45c
38c

7
3

15
28
7
2

9

Jun

28

48% Oct 24
34'

Nov

39
46
23%
74%

Oct 28

8

Sep 20
Sep
5
May 13

19% Jun 14
16

Feb

13

51% Oct 29
24% Feb 27
59
Sep 11
11% Sep 23
35% Jun

20
21

:f 58

Nov

40

19

30

Jan
Feb

18

85% Oct
17
Aug
89% Sep
40% Sep
91% Oct

4
1
7
2

20
11
2

16
13
28
10

29
11

29

29
13

24
29
5% Jan 28
34% Sep 18

29% Nov 2£
1

27% May
55% Sep
68
Aug
26 y4 July
36% Apr
40% Aug

£

3C

15
1=
2£

7

40

3
4
2

16% July 12

Jan
Nov 26
42% Jan
3
32% Mar 6
77% Mar 1

Oct 22

44% Sep

2

1.10 Jan 22
95c Jan 11
66% Oct 15
43
Oct 24
49% Jun
4

48

PACIFIC COAST STOCK EXCHANGE

Aggregate Sales
id

Since

November

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

1,211

31,223

Pacific Coast
Stock Exchange

41,799 1,052,972
1,710
80,425
3,868
73,699
14,736

229,880

34

586

6,417

55.115
888

1,959
1,184

17,052
33,895

1,331

14,262

18,365
1,024

253,389
45,884

4,216"

491

4,646
4,939
690

802

7,373
8,480
500

5,507
2,750
141
106

1,875
514

58,653
291,735
53,814
17,227

168,080
45,274
5,605
38,415

37,344
2,096
796

27,103
10,677

705

17,196
8,393

8,640

34,476

1,095

1,749
8,083

1,223

20
171

26,151
3,465

5,380
2,785

41,504
51,158

1,246

28.116

2,766

235

161,261
2,492

230

7,260

3,915

27,124

14,962

3,659

64,003

18

3,378

100

13,565
417,764
52,310
36,164
40,767
50,880

20,018
3,139
2,487
2,265

2,631
50
24

258
292

5,750

107,471
2,238
80,303

175

5,110
6,541
250

3,142

49,601

2,131
140,263
887
693

87

60

6,838
14,358
1,445
529
735
723

3,370
4,452
466

19,734
18,599
220

3,501

10,098
7,890

57.602
673
421

13.603
1,991
2,218

27,928

9,422
3,462

3.300
37,071
112.775

14,034
22,948
5,872
34,481
37,066
43.722

7,025
242,541
75,448
4,207
67,146
79,019

28,816

767,554
7,742
6,640
112,048
61,558
23,411

350,922
79,508

21,704

911
310

4.783
18,392

821

19,843

350

10,535

26,747
203,164

397

14,519

1,635

19,793

Stocks

Price Jan. 2,
1963

Opening
Piir

Granite City Steel (Un)_6Vi
Great Basins Petroleum—20c

Great Lakes Chemical
—1
Great Northern By (Un)—*
Great Western Financial
1
Gt Western Producers
60c
Greyhound Corp com
.3
4%% conv pfd
50
Grumman Aircraft

Engineering

1

(On)

Gulf American Land Corp.l
Gulf Mobile & Ohio RR
Co (Un)
•

Gulf Oil Corp (Un)
87a
Hammond Organ Co (Un)_l
Hartfield Stores
1
Hawaiian Telephone Co
5

Bid

~37a
2

Holly Oil Co

1

Home Oil Co Ltd cl A
Class B

♦
Homestake Min'g (Un)_12%
Howe Sound Co (Un)
1
_

^

^

Sale
2%

Opening
Bid

~4

or
Ask

Sale

2

2%

Sale

18

5%

BY*

4

•

31%

Sale

1%
53 %

17

Sale
8%

16%
6%

7%

2%
Sale

52

Sale

15

7%'-

Sale

Inc

Sale
6%

39
5

Sale

5%

4%

Sale
4%

38%

Sale

47

Sale

44%

Sale

43% Nov 20

~6

"£%

6%
22%

6%
Sale

~6% ~6%

27 % Nov 15
6% Nov 27
21 Ya Nov 22

44%
6

42

38% Nov 22
4% Nov 27

1
class A com—1
Kropp Forge Co
33%c

41%

23%

a

S~ale

Leslie Salt Co
Lewis (Lillie) Foods

Sale
16%

9%
1.60

10%
10%

IIVa

Sale

15

~6%

Sale

1.65

Sale

1.50

1.60

12%

12%

11%

10%

13%

14

12%
44%

Nov 20

7

37

433/8
20%
16 3/4
3%

6%
1.65

Sale

44% Nov 29

15

41

64

Sale

54% Oct 17

64% Sep 4
45% Sep 12

43% Nov 20
Nov

64

34% NOV 12

Sale

8

603/4 Nov

1

Nov

1

a

483/4 Nov 26
6

3%

Sale
Sale

6%
5

48%

6%
Sale
Sale

6%
4%

6%
Sale

Nov 27
Nov 22

67s
5Ya
48%
617s

Nov
5.
Nov 12
Nov
1
Nov 20

Nov 22
Nov 14

15

Nov

33% NOV 11

8% Nov
5
4% Nov 21
463/4
60%
14 y8
31%

Sale

15

35%

a

Sale
a

48

6%
Sale

7%

Sale

6%

Sale

Sale

773/s Nov 13
4
66% Nov
23 y4 NOV 20
1
10% NOV

Sale
Sale

10%

Sale

~8%

72 y2 Nov 29
62 Ya Nov 27
22 3/s Nov 12

Sale

8% Nov 22

26%
58

2.85
Sale

2.65 Nov
6
i4ya Nov 29

"sale

30
58

Sale
Sale

60

62

6%

Sale
65%

58

6%
Sale

16

6%
64%

Sale

2.70
14%

7

7%

6%.

81
36

Sale

80%
383/4

Sale

6%

Nov 29
6% Nov 14
Nov 15
15

Sale
Sale
Sale

68% Nov 22
15% Nov 4
6s/8 NOV 29
Nov 22
75
35% Nov
5

6%
17%

Nov 22

Sale

17

18%

Sale

Sale

Sale

46%
8%
31c

20%

Sale

28c

30c

8%

20%
43 Va
5%

Sale
Sale
Sale

28c

Sale

1%

1

36%

Sale

Marathon Oil Company

*
1
1

12%
21%

Sale
Sale

42 Va

50c

Sale
Sale

50%
9%

1

11%
19%

Sale
Sale

20%
47

7%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

McDonnell Aircraft (Un )_2.50

16%
4%
1.55

Sale

4%
1.65

18%
4%

18%
4%

183/4

Sale

4%

4%

1.75

Sale

1.50

1.60

193/4

Nov 26
Nov 21

42% Nov 27
5ys Nov 13
Nov 22
Nov
5
1% Nov 12

3% Nov 14
I6V4 Nov
31
62

6%
15
73 3/s

177a

7%
82 V*
39%
17

Nov
NOV
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

2

Nov

40% Nov
6
51% Nov 20
6
10% Nov

44% Nov

6

7% Nov 27
523/4 Nov
6
463/4 Nov
7
18% Nov 21
4% Nov 11
1.55 Nov 27

103% Nov

6

117a Nov

13
5
15

Mar 8
Jan 13
Feb 26
Nov 14

54

Nov

113/s Nov
211/4 Nov

1

48

2
Jan
67 Ya Jan
3
627a Nov 27
17'A Jan 14
7 3/4 May 1

3

26% Apr 15
500 Ya Oct 28
63
May 20

67% Jan 31
Sep 20
34% Sep 11
4
107
Apr
36

10% Jan 28

53% Sep

3

27% Sep 16
9

Jun

5

5% Oct 17
51

Jun

6

643/4 Oct 17
15% Oct 23
42

Jun

5

8% Sep 12
63% Feb
1
79% May 1
78% Jan 10
23% Nov 20

Nov
463/4 Nov
183/4 Nov

56

1.80 Nov

5% Apr 16
2.60 Oct 28

77s Oct 25
3% Jun 13

147s Nov 29
2
267a Jan
54% Apr 24

6% Sep 27
12% Jan 16

29
4
8

13% July
6% Nov
577a Mar
333/4 Sep
17
Sep
18% Jan
42% Nov
5ya Nov

6
5
14
15
6
1
13

8
7

11

43/4 Nov 15
103% Nov

Jan 18
Oct 30
30% Mar 19

67

513/4 Nov 13
93/8 Nov 1

5

6% Mar

11

4
203/4 Nov
Nov
1
47
8% Nov 11
Nov
Nov

Nov

1
18

11
Nov 26

29c
71

19

26% Jun

3% May 13
43%
49%
13%
31 %

Oct 21

17a July 16
30% Mar 19

27c
71

443/4 Nov 20

9

36% May 23

a—

1
73/4 Nov
50% Nov 18

72%
62 %

Sale

1043/4 Jan 17
674 Nov 27
3
42% Jan
26
Feb 13
2
6
Jan

a

Sale

2.75
16%

16
5
15

a

6% Nov 21
5oyz Nov 18

76

15%

30

a

a

6%

1

12
29

57% July 31
27
Mar 4
28% Oct 30
.

1
7% Nov
50% Nov 11

6 % Nov 27
a

14

42% Jan
7
363/4 Mar 18
24% July 31
4287a July 22
50% Jan
3

61% Nov 22

6%

1.85 Jan

12% Sep 16
117s Feb 4
53
Aug 2
13% Jun 19

19

503/4 Nov 20

% Nov 13

a—

46% Sep 13
50% Sep 11
27% Oct 21
7% Jan 10
24% May 6
A Oct 11
43 V* Jan 15
52
May 16
26% Jan 11
7
283/4 Feb
7% Jan 14
4
10% Jan

Nov 26

a

~7 %

SaVt May 13
6% Jan
8

53

484

Sale

8
12
19
12

48% Nov 21
62% Jan 3

Nov 14
Nov
6

468
Nov 22
56 % Nov 22

Sale

9

55
July 2
24% Apr 15
a—

34
24

a

Sale

Nov

33/4 Nov
6
Nov
1.50 Jun
97a July

8

22% Nov 21

60%

Feb 11

18% Apr

8% Nov 11

50% Nov 20
a

Magnavox Co (Un)

Meter^fc Frank Co Inc
10
Menasco Manufacturing Co_l
Merchants Petroleum Co_25c
Merck & Co (Un)
16%

43

a__

Nov 27
33"% Nov 18
22% Nov 22
8

42%

A Oct 2
Va July 24

31% Apr 15
5% Jun 7
3% Jan 10

11% Feb
443/4 Nov
10% Oct
6% Aug
323/4 Aug
21 ya Mar

47% Nov

a

McKesspn & Robbins (Un)_9

35

Nov
7
Nov 29
Nov
8
Nov
1
Nov 12
Nov 29
NOV
1

12
13

Sale

Macy & Co Inc (R H)
1
Madison Sq Garden Corp—1

McCulloch Oil Corp

32

22% Nov 14

a

M J M & M Oil Co (Un)_10c

_

Jan
4
38 V8 Jan
7
21% Mar 4
57a Aug 20
21 y2 Nov 22

a

Litton Industries Inc
1
KLockheed Aircraft Corp
1
Loew's Theatres (Un)
1
Lone Star Cement (Un)
4
Lor ilia rd (P) Co (Un)
5
Louis Lesser Enterprises_10c

Corp

8
44% Nov
5
47% Nov
273/4 Nov 12

a—

Ling-Temco-Vought (Un)_50c
Lithium Corp of America__l

Martin Marietta
Mattel Inc

4yaSep 27

a.

Sale

Sale
1.70
11

1
Libby McNeill & Libby
7
Liggett & Myers Tob(Un)_25

Marquardt Corp

38% Nov 22

Nov
7
433/a Nov 29
Nov 26
19
Nov
15
8
33/4 Nov 12
Nov 19
6
1.50 Nov

Sale
Sale

3

6

1

10

*31% Jan ~2

N0V~21
29

4

1
1

Jan 16
Nov 22

44
15

5yaNov

37

43%
19%

Kirkeby-Natus Corp

Laclede Gas Co (Un)
Larchfield Corp
Lasco Industries
Lear Siegler Inc—
Lehman Corp (Un)

2% May 2
2
Aug 29

42 Ya Nov

Nov 27

44

Lghlin Steel(Un)_lo
Jorgensen (Earle M)
1

Kratter Corp

48%

5

Sale
Prices

23% Nov 13

62% Jan

Jones &

Kaiser Alum & Chem—33 ¥2 c
4%% cum preferred
50
4 Va Yr
conv preferred
100
Kaiser Industries
4
Kansas Pow & Lt Co(Un) 8%
Kennecott Copper (Un)
*
Kern County Land Co
2.50

Nov

Highest

Prices

24% Nov 11
1
4
NOV
5
2
Nov
54% Nov 13
6
17% Nov

Nov
6
Nov 22

45

•

(Un)

Prices

a—

Idaho Power Co
5
ideal Cement Co
5
Illinois Central Industries

Illinois Central RR (Un)—*
Inland Steel Co (Un)
*
Interlake Iron Corp (Un)—*
Int'l Business Mach (Un)
5
Internat'lHarvester (Un)—•
International Nickel Co of
Canada Ltd (Un)
•
Int'l Paper Co (Un)
2.50
Int'l Pipe & Ceramics com_l
5% conv preferred
100
Int'l Rectifier Corp
1
Int'l Tel & Tel (Un).—;
•
Interstate Power Co
3%
Intex Oil Co
33 %c
Jade Oil Co
50c
Johns-Manville Corp (Un)_5

Sale

Lowest
Saie

Highest

23% Nov 13
3% Nov 26
2
Nov
5

Sale

1

Hupp Corp (Un)

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

—PRICES IN NOVEMBERNov. 29
Lowest
Closing or
Sale
Bid
Ask
Prices

52%

Rights
Hercules Powder (Un)_l 1/24
Hertz Corp (Un)—:
1
Hewlett-Packard Co
1
Hilton Hotels Corp
—2.50
Warrants
1
Hoffman Electronics
50c

or
Ask

Nov. 1

Jan

27c

3

19

187a Aug 13
31
69

Nov 18

Aug 1
7% Jun 27
167a Mar 2
82% May 3
18% Feb 27

29

9% Apr 18

1
23
23

86% Oct 24
43 Ya July 3

2

27
13

Nov 22

56% Jan 23
iy2 July 15
36% Jan
2
44% Jan
7
9% Sep 23
18
July 28
443/4 Nov 20
77a Nov 27

48 3A Oct
40% Mar

17
2

1
1

2
16% Jan
4% Jan 10
1.30 Jun 11

19% Feb 19
23
May 24

54% Apr 18
10% July 29
39c Apr

72% Oct
2% Jan
45% Mav
59 y8 Aug
15% Feb
22% Jan

9
29

i6
27
23
26
4

60% Sep 13
97a Jun
3
S7y2 July 11
50% May 13

1974 Apr 10
6% Feb 8
2.10 July 29
1057a Aug 28

1
6

8074 Feb 28

4

113,4 Sep 20

13% Apr 26
37

Jun

39
72

Oct 24

Merritt-Chapman &

1,303

27,949

310

19,616
74,008

5,748
37
453

1,874
8,900
15,398

1,051

3,519
21,732
96,102
66,021

252
847

5,894
12,610

11,458
1,195

188,591

47,922

43

7,593

3,427
1,294
3,079

90,468
15,052

110

2,820

28,722

6,108

83,277

1,661

26,520

132

671

6,015

6,015

6,499

31,661

30,143

532,495

Scott (Un)—
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
In&y (Un)

12%

12

Sale

•

30

Sale

Middle South Utilities
10
Minnesota Min & Mfg
•
Minn Pwr & Lt Co (Un)—•
Mission Development (Un)_5
Miss River Fuel Corp
10

Monogram Precision Indus_l
Monsanto Chemical (Un)—2
Montana-Dakota Utl (Un)_5
Montana Power Co
*
Montgomery Ward (Un)
*
Motorola Inc (Un)-'
3
Mt Diablo Co
1
National Airlines Inc
1
National Biscuit Co
5

Register (Un)—5
National City Lines Inc
1
Nat'l Distillers & Chemical
Corp (Un)—
5
National Gypsum Co (Un)_l
National Linen Serv com—1
Natl Propane Corp com
1
Natl Steel Corp (Un)
10

67

38%

Sale

1%

Sale

37%

5%

General

(Un)

Company

1

1

1.455

36,845

10,679

37.,197

250

9,475

2,742
1,513

23,582

New Eng Elec Syst (Un)__l
New Idria Min & Chem_50c
N Y Central RR Co (Un)__»

29,948




Nov 29

37% Nov 27
1
67% Nov

35% Jan 14

343/4 Nov 21
367a Nov 8
Sale

1%
54 Va

42

Sale
Sale

Sale

Nov 19
547a Nov 26

82%

Sale

56% Nov

78

Sale

Nov 22
56% Nov 14
7774 Nov 21
33

Sale

4

3772 Nov~12
36 % Nov
4
79
Nov 26

367a Nov~14
3272 Nov 20
78% Nov 13
37

Nov 26

36% Nov 12
1 Ya, Nov
1

1

Sale

&37% Nov" 18

24%
40%

Sale
Sale

25

Sale

24%

Sale

24

Sale
Sale

11

Sale

24%

Sale
U

28%

Sale

25
48

1
Nov 20

Nov

a

A

U

Sale

143/a NOV 19

157a Nov 15

10
7 3/4

Sale

4874 Nov 18
9% Nov 26

497a Nov
11% Nov

7% Nov 21
277a Nov 26

8

Nov 13

29

1
Nov
% Nov 22

Sale

""% ~~%
22%

Sale

% Nov 22
20 V2 Nov

5

51% Nov 20

See

page

50 for all other footnotes.

23

Jan
Jan

18
4

66
July 26
22% Jan
8

1

14%
8
7

Apr 18
5% Jan 3

61

5774 Nov 18

5

a

Nov 19
3
49% Jan
1
38% Oct
363/4 July 5
32 Ya Nov 20
1

82% Nov

Nov 14

47% Nov

3
53% Jan
42% Feb 25
31
Apr 17
36% Nov 8

44

a

Niagara Mohawk Pow(Un)_*

(Un) Admitted to unlisted trading privileges.

30

a

Nat'l Cash

National
Natomas

28% Nov 21
37% Nov 27
64% Nov 22

6
36

Nov

27% Feb 28

Sale

~1%

12

6
7

227s Nov 26
4
5274 Nov

24

Feb 28

40%
28%
143/a
35%

Jan

Oct

2
8

Nov 19

Mar
Jan
6% Feb
243/4 Jan
8

% May
15% Jan

467a Jan

1
2
8

2
3
16
7

3

Aug 29

46% Sep 19
42

Nov 26

42% Mar

8

1% Jan 22
59% Sep 17

42%
39%
4174
79

Apr
July

8
5

Jun 12
Nov 26

7% July 22
4174 Aug 30
58% Oct 29
Oct 24
85
27% Jun 20

277a Sep

6

49% Apr 30
8
28% Oct
157a Nov 15

5274 Sep 4
12% Feb 25
9
Apr 15
297a Oct 2
7
% Jan
24% Sep 25

557a Aug 15

Aggregate Sales
Since

in

November

Jan. 1

Shares

308,605

Pacific Coast
Stock Exchange

Price Jan. 2,
1963

Par

3 Ya

1

1.30

18 Vu
64%
23%

5,991
9,413
2,698

101,831
18,796

68

1,970

Norris-Thermador Corp—50c
North Amer Aviation (Un)_l
North Amer Invest com
1
6% preferred
25

7,775

North Amer

48,400

12,339

102,220

9,362
6,425
2,752

304.677
9,997
69,863
25,078

499

29,705

3,559
1,030

40,031
24,285

65,023
6,237

543,965
62,698
16,287

625

690

663
295

1,660
792
255
476

3,909
17,639
9,278

1,962
3,767

2,788

2,604
23,422

5,270

55,734

15,862

200,803

"loo

166
854
105

25

108

14

360

51
400

4,920

6,030
131,477

131,477

6,860
3,997

107,746
63,777

*71,255

2,070

Royalties
Northern Pacific (Un)

23
20%

Occidental Petroleum
20c
Ohio Edison (Un)
15
Olin Mathieson Chemical—5
Outboard Marine Co
30c

19%
28%

Sale

Sale
33 y4

29
27

29%

32%
29 y2

26%
26%
26%
24%

Sale
27 y4

26%
26%

27%
27 y.

26 y.

23%
4%

24%
Sale

—25
25
_25
—25
4.80% red 1st pfd_.
25
4.50% redeemable pfd 25

5 Yz %

4.36% red 1st pfd
25
Pacific Industries Inc.—___2
Pacific Intermountain
Express Co_.
.—2
Pacific Lighting Corp com_»
$4.75 preferred—: •

*
1

Rights
Pac Oil & Gas Devel—33y3c
Pacific Petroleums Ltd—_1
14 2/7

120,460
365

79,420
180,818

Packard-Bell Electronics_50c
Pan Amer World Air (Un)_l
Panhandle Eastern Pipe

207

2,481
45,527
210,533

Line Co
•
Paramount Pictures (Un)_l
Parke Davis & Co_
—•
tIPendleton Tool Indus
1
Penney (J C) Co (Un)
1

—,

31

27%

Sale

Sale
33 y.

—_100

1,417
7,102

15,266
60.383

Permanente Cement Co com 1

118

1,948

3,870
26,644

3,047

36,444

5% conv preferred
50
Petrolane Gas Service—. _l
Pfizer (Chas) &Co (Un) 33y3

2,591
713

46,873
32,992

7,704
202.028
75,195
36,071
31,493
84,276

Phillips Petroleum
Polaroid Corp

55,656
31,274
19,923
2,506

244,551

Radio Corp of Amer

16%
12%
32 y4

17 y4
Sale

31

32%
29

27%
27 y.
27 y.
26%

26%
26 y4
26%
26 y4

24%
23%
3%

25%
24%

24

59%

25%

Sale
102%

101
153
97 y2

—

100%

3%

1,724

4,964

8,841
44,224
3,271
6,608
12,947
19,637
4,140
2,662
3,560
4,602
822

4,907

122,540
114,068
24,748
24,929
50,265

148,017
486,225
54,611
59.017
207,096

292,902
63,712
68,047
55,617
85,446

10,152
48,488

207,114
15,358
74,718 1,075,225
79,978
7,744

Procter & Gamble
Pullman Inc (Un)
Pure Oil Co (Un)

(Un)

99

97%

96%
3%

94%
3y.

96%
3%

23%

23%

24

24%

~2l40

Sale

10%

Sale
11%

11%

11%

6y»

6'%

6%

~4%
31%

Sale

"5%
_

31%

Sale

II

II

51%

Sale
_

Sale

33%
16 Ya

23%
3%

—

29%
271%

26%
26%
26%

4

*
1

II

H

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

94

190,466

78,290

2,251
5,753
2,114

27,375
46,296
47,455

18,070
10,987
1,411

153,520
106,105
20,416

1,125
927

3,936
3,470

2,734

81,551

379

5,913
358,245
5,920

21,966
3,000
5,127
4,401

7,045
100

30,857

"550

118,297
7,335

113,577
1,465

347,291
4,743

4,264

2,284

26,564

30

1,958
675

Sale'

23%

3y.

2%

3y.

Sale

15%
8%

Sale
Sale

40%
7%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

37%
30%
38%

Sale
Sale
Sale

20%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

20%

1

Sale

1.70

Sale
Sale

*

Sale

8%

—

'

—,

1

Sale

—

—

Sale

45%

Sale

17
48

1.85

17%
Sale

2.50

171%

Sale
Sale

17%

—;

—

—■

—

—

—

Sale

—

Sale

8

7
Nov 6
Nov 22

21

36 Ya
21

20

19

Sale
Sale

11%
20%

Sale
Sale

20%
99%

Sale
Sale

•
Seaboard Finance Co
1
Sears Roebuck & Co
3
Servel Inc (Un)
__1
Servomechanisms Inc
20c
Sharon Steel Corp (Un)
Shell Oil Co
1
Shell Transport & Trading
Co Ltd (Un)_
——£1

Sale
Sale

43% Nov
19% Nov
54% Nov
15% Nov

4
27
5
14
6

~4%

3
46

Sale

Signal Oil & Gas class A

2
.__2

Sale

26%

—

~3y.

Sale

—

6%
2%
—

25 y.

23% Nov 26
48% Nov 22
Nov

5

5
Nov
6
47 */4 Nov 18
162% Nov
6
78
Nov 19
29
Nov 22

89% Nov 22

1.00 Nov 13
17
Nov
8

10% NOV 27
7/64 Nov 27
56 y4 NOV 22
47% Nov 14

32% Nov
6
36% Nov 29

Sale
22
20 y4

85%

—

—

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
36 y2 Nov
19% Nov
Nov
94
6% Nov

10%
19%
39%
12%

Sale
Sale

—

24% Nov 13
Nov 22

Sale

22%
27%
41%
81%

Sale
Sale

63%

1
22

26
18
4
2% Nov
5
18% NOV 22
43% Nov 18

Sale
3

82

27
26
29

Sale

Nov 6
Nov 18

Nov 19
62% Nov 22

Sale
-

mm mm

1

26%
24%
23%
23%

'

•

'

32%
30%
26
23%

23y.
22

Jan

2

Sep 26

Oct 15
Feb 11
24% NOV 11
24% Feb 20

Apr 24
Jan 18

July 24
Apr
1
24% Apr 4
4% Feb 7

154% Nov

7

13% Nov 8
53% May 1
102
May 2
142
May 8

20
63 %
104 Yz
154%

98
Sep 23
100% Mar 6

Nov
8
Nov 11
Nov 18
Nov
6

Jan 28
Nov
7

Jan 14

100% Mar 14
100% Mar 6
97% Apr 18

3y. Apr 16

3% Jun 12

22% Jun 19

26% Feb 19

& Nov27
2.25 Apr 29
10 y4 Nov 26

% Nov 11
6
Mar 11

95

14% May 13

6Yb Oct 29
31% Nov 20
143 y2 NOV
7
18 y4 NOV 11
54
Nov 13

8y4 May 14

30% July 19
143% Nov
7
9y2 Jan 2
21% Jan
7

35
Apr 25
155 Yz Apr 24

68% Oct

55%
33%
16 y4
45%
23 y4
56
16

Nov 15
1
Nov
1
Nov
Nov 19
NOV 29
5
Nov
1
NOV

1
Nov
1
61% Nov 12
Nov 11
73

24% Nov
51

5% Nov 19
Nov
4

50%
186%
79 y4
30%
41%

Nov 12
Nov 26

Nov 14
Nov 26

99% Nov 14
30 y4 Nov
8
25
Nov
1
3% Nov 14
15% Nov 29
9y. Nov
7

2

Jan 18
24% Mar 6
15% Nov
4
40 ya July 31
13% Feb
4
46 y4 Jan
2
13% Mar 25
51% Mar 15
23% Nov 26
48
July 24
53% Mar 7
70% Nov 27
36

18 y4 Nov 11
54
Nov 13

77%
55 y.
36%
19%

56% Jan
21% Jan

Jun 11
Nov 15

Sep 11
May 1
49'/. Apr 25

23 y4 Nov 29

57% Sep 20
3
55% Oct 24
28% May 2
55
Aug 29
19 y4 Oct

63
90

6

Sep 11
Apr 23

Aug

2

55% Jun

7
5

4'/. Aug 21
47% Nov 18
120% May 6
70% Mar 11
23% Jan
3
36% Jan 11

210

Sep

81
Oct 18
31 y4 May 15

47% Aug 27

3

99 Yz Nov 14

2

33 y4 Sep 13
34
Oct 25

19% Sep 30
2% Nov 26

5% Aug 13
18% Feb 27
10% Jun 17
44
Sep 11
11% Jan 25
48% Jan 23

5
4
42% Nov 11
39% Nov 4
32% Nov 4

14% Oct 15
7
7% Jan
2
34% Jan
7y2 Nov 12
38% Nov 21
29 y4 Mar 8
2
23% Jan

41% Aug 23
37 y. Jun 12

42% Nov 11
17
Nov 13
20% Nov 11

36% July 17
10% Jan
3
4
17% Jan

47
May 15
17 y4 Oct 17
22 Yz Aug 29

41

Nov

8% Nov

1.90 Nov 13
44% Nov
4
42 Yz Nov
4

17% Nov 12
48
Nov 29
1.85 Nov

1

1.70 Nov

1

2.85 Jan

2

3
39% Jan
3
34% Jan
15
Oct 11
2
43% Jan

50% Sep

4

75c

Jun 21

I8V4 Nov 22

16% Mar 21

11% NOV
8
11/64 Nov 29

9y4Jan 2
7/64 Nov 27

61% Nov 12
Nov 27

45% Jan 30
25% Jan 17

50

a34

Nov~12

38 y4 Nov
aJ_

5

19'/.
26%
35%
21%

Jan
Jan
Jan

4
2

4

July 31

10

Jan

2

18% Jan
3
35% July 23
11
July 25
31%
17-%
74 %
6%
2%

Mar 15
Jan
2
Jan 17

99%: NOV 1
7% Nov 15
3%:NOV 14
19% NOV 11

18% Nov 22

1

34% Jan 16

46

Nov

25%
26%
27 y2
44%
83%
65 Yz

Nov 21
Nov
1
Nov 6
4
Nov
5
Nov
NOV 12

Oct
Nov

4

5

Sep 20

17% Jan
49% May
2.05 Sep
19% Jan
13% Jun
11/64 Nov

12
29

64% Sep

9

14
1
26
14

50

Nov 27

26%
36%
39%
22%

July 3
Sep 20
Mar 28
Jan 13

13% Apr 15
23% Oct 11

46% Sep 17
16% Jan 24
38% Oct"29
22 Ya Jun
100
Oct

18
4
11% Jan 22

5 % May 3
23
Oct 4
48% Sep 11

3

25% Nov 21

22% Nov 22
27
Aug 22
35% Jan
2

31% May 22
31
May 21
49% Sep
3

Oct 15

86% Sep 24
75
Sep 17
24% Mar 4

23

79

Jan

58% Jan 21
23
Aug 2

23% Nov 18

26% NOV 5
23% Nov 26

22% Oct 9
22% May 22

a

43

a

a—

Nov 12
Nov
1
Nov
4
5
14%:Nov
Nov
1
38
Nov 15
21

12
22
43

26y. Nov 19

all other footnote*.

Mar 5
Feb
4
Jan 17

4
12

Nov 27
3y4Nov
8

Feb 13
Oct 21
Nov 14
Oct 16

28 y.
27%
27 y4
26%
25%

60 y. Nov

14y4Nov

24
23%
23

26 y.
23%

24 Ya

32 y.
29 y4
27
26%
26%
26 y4

26%

26%
23%

July 16

3% May 22

33%

22%

50%
45%
16%
87%

30
July 22
29 y. Aug
5

Sale

32

23%

19% Mar 1
46 y4 July 26
32 % Jan
3

32% Nov 12

31%

2

48% Aug 15
25 y. Jan 18
5
34% Sep

39 y# Jan 17
19
Oct 29

Nov 14

4

Oct

2y» Oct 15

3iy2Nov 21

Sale

33

23%

See page 50 for

7

a__

a

31

24% Nov

a

a.

Sale
Sale
Sale

43%
84%

Sale

Nov 26
2% Nov 26
14% Nov.
5
8% Nov 26
39 y4 Nov 18
7% NOV 12
38y2 Nov 21
37 y. Nov. 26
28% Nov 22
38y2 Nov 29
15% Nov 7
20
Nov 13
1.70 Nov
1
41% Nov 22
39% NOV 21
15% Nov
1
.44% Nov 18
22

...

Sale

6

a

a—

■

37%
19%

6

a

6
51% Nov
28 y2 Nov 22

—

—

39%

5

25

58%

13
38

Diego Imperial Corp 1
Schenley Indus (Un)
1.40
Schering Corp (Un)
1

25

16
45

Sale

22

.Sale

Sale
18 y.

11/64

21
19

San

_25
_25

—

1.25

11%

San Diego Gas & Electric_10
5%
preferred
20
4%% preferred-.
20

8%

Sale
Sale

15%
Sale

—

Class B
Sinclair Oilr-Corp
5
Singer Company
10
Socony Mobil Oil (Un)
15
Southeastn Pub Ser Co
10c
So Calif EdisonCommon—
2
—8%

1.75
43

——

50c
*

(Un) Admitted to unlisted trading privileges.




Sale

Sale
3%

23 %

Sale

*
5

St Louis-San Fran Ry (Un) •
St Regis Paper Co (Un)
5

4.32% preferred
4.24% preferred
4.08% preferred

98 y.

41%

SCM Corporation
Scott Paper

Nov

39% Nov 26

14%

(Un)_5
Rohr Aircraft Corp
1
Royal Dutch Pet (Un)
20g

Original preferred
4.78% preferred

Sale

; ■

Royal Properties Inc
Ryan Aeronautical Co

31

27% Nov 21

Sale
Sale
3%

Safeway Stores Inc—1.66%
St Joseph Lead (Un)
10

3,223

30%

39%

81,604
7,300
22,699
44,919
97,722
2,873

8,638

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

4,933
1,211

335

Sale

29%
40%

33

Ryder System Inc

86
95

Sale
Sale

40%

27,961
1,700

620

sy.

Sale

169

4%
48%
175 y4

Sale
Sale

2,343
1,700

2,441
6,853

II

II

5%

25c

Rhodes Western
Rice Ranch Oil Co
Richfield Oil Corp
Rockwell Stand Corp

lO'A NOV 26

15% Nov

Sale

34%
8y.

Reynolds Metals (Un)
;
Reynolds Tobacco (Un)
Rheem Manufacturing Co

Rights

Sale

Nov
26% Nov

24%
Yz
2.90
11

6

28

34% Jan 28
34% Jan 21
31
May 28

95

143% Nov
Sale

Jan
Feb 2b
,1% Jan 23

30% Nov 22
Nov 26
Jan 10

27

95
Noy 27
3 % NOV
8

2.30 Nov

4
3

17% Apr
1
16 y4 Aug 20
37
July 9

6

—

—

7

Sale

23 V*

4%

3y*

Rexall Drug & Chem

154% Nov

60

Reeves Industries Inc—_5c

Revlon Inc

8
58% Nov 29

10%
5%

Sale

23% Nov 19
64% Jan 2
32 y. Aug 27

Jan
Nov

12% Nov 29
25
Jan
3

14 y. Nov

~3% Nov" 11

70% Nov 27

Republic Aviation Corp—50c

1
1
2.50

24% Nov 11

Nov 27

44

24%
51

_

5

50c
_10

Nov 18
26% Nov 27

23% Nov 18

Sale

2

18 ya
46 y4
25
26%

11 Ya Aug 26
72% Jan 24

a—

24%
24%

8% Jan
4
1.65 Mar 18

1
Nov
Now 8
Nov 12
NOV 14
NOV 29

a

&26%

Sale
2.60

15%

29%
49%
44%
16%
87 y2

5
7

Sale

Sale

47% Nov 26
22% Nov 19

31% Nov
33% Nov

Sale
Sale
Sale

15%

—

18
7

30y2 Nov 22
32 Ya Nov 26

44%

Sale

30
Nov
27 >/2 Nov

Sale
32%

Sale

32%

23% NOV 19
53 Ya NOV 12

1.70 Nov 15
1.05 July 15

16

24 Ya
ii
2.40

17
53 y.

1.25 Nov 21

32% Nov

58% Sale
101 Va 102%
150 y2
97% 99%
95 y2 97
95 Y* 97

31%

2.50 Nov 29

32y2

20

46%

21%
28 Ya

Republic Corp (Un)
Repub Steel Corp (Un)
Reserve Oil & Gas Co

NOV 22
5
14% Nov
87 y2 Nov 29

a

*
5

Rayonier Inb
Raytheon Co (Un)

46 y. NOV
6
1
19% Nov
24% Nov 22
8
49% Nov

Prices

1
6

*

(Un)

4
46 % Nov
7
26% Nov
27 Ya Nov 26

Sale

Prices

12% Nov 29
32
Nov 13

—

94%
2'/.

5
1

—„_

1.70 Nov 15
1.10 Nov
8
1
20% Nov

13 y. Nov

Philippine Long Distance
Telephone Co
lOp

58,363
11,436
3,396
3,531
2,241

Sale

Phelps Dodge (Un)
12%
Philip Morris & Co (Un)
5

5,210

87%

30

26%

Pennsylvania RR Co (Un)_10
Pepsi Cola Co (Un)
33%c

42,659

Sale

5%

-

preferred,

Sale

95%

Telephone Co———IT

Common—

—

22%

Sale
33 Yz

Sale
101% 102%
99

.*

Northern Airlines
Pacific Northwest Bell

27%

Sale

17%

60

155%

_»

Pacific

6%

__

—

32%
32'/.

9,793
19,921

"

Sale

10

—25

31

14,488
81,631
206,528

30

25

Warrants—
Pacific Tel & Tel—

29

28

-8

$4.75 convertible pfd
$4.50 preferred
$4.40 dividend pfd
$4.36 preferred

27

25

Pacific Clay Products
Pacific Gas & Electric—

1st preferred
5%::
1st preferred
5% red 1st preferred
5% red pfd ser A

Sale
Said

20%
47 y8

18%
13
26

1st preferred

22%
52%

Sale
Sale

17%
12%

Common

Sale
Sale

Sale

Pacific American Corp
5
Pac Cement & Aggregates—5

6%

1.2Q

Sale
Sale

1.90
1.15

Sale

Prices

Prices

Ask

2.45
1.20

Sale
1.35

_6.25

Glass

Ask

Bid

Highest

Sale

Sale

Closing or

Lowest

Highest

37

14,423

4,096
11,761
1,646
15,785

Ask

27%

1
5
1

Northrop Corp Inc

Owens-Illinois

Bid

25c

Corp Ltd
Norris Oil Co

Nordon

66,753
27,455

1~955

Opening or
Bid

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

—PRICES IN NOVEMBERNov. 29
Lowest

Nov. 1

Opening or

Stocks

Shares

28,134
11,815

49

PACIFIC COAST STOCK EXCHANGE

December, 1963

23% Sep 24
Apr
1

23 y4

34% Aug 16
32% Oct
7
26% Oct 25
24% May 16
24% Apr 17
23 y4 Apr
1

50

PACIFIC COAST STOCK EXCHANGE

in

Since

November

Jan. 1

Pacific Coast
Stock Exchange

Shares

Shares

Stocks

4,964

46,308

Southern Calif Gas Co—
6% series A preferred

Aggregate Sales

539

3,575
2,448
3,358
9,446
1,112
1,375

60,848
4,110
1,518
696

373

223

48,149
252

5,246

30,536
1,017
1,961
5,232
6,580
5,006

1,643

7,432
39,633
36,571
8,335
322,484
31,926
7,870

625,122

41,340
40,704
6,950
4,106
18,569
413.329
1,594

99,961
299,740
11,815
47,643

Southern Calif Petroleum—2
Southern Co (Un)
5
Southern Natural Gas.
7.50
Southern Pacific Co
•
Southern By Co (Un)
*
Southwestern Public Serv—1

Sperry-Band Corp (Un)—50c
Warrants (Un)
Spiegel Inc
•
Standard Brands (Un)
SFC Financial
Standard Metals Corp
Standard Oil of Calif

696

2,269

595

5,796

30,850

442,705

17,365
11,903

186,270
150,756
93,196
7,272
105,918

24,076
54,723

935
50

16,875

14,552
1,957
2,458

65,954
15,083

625

35,463

3c
6%
•
25

$3.30 conv pfd

Sale

29%
13%

Sale

25%

Sale

18%

4

4%
Sale

62%

3%

41/4

64%

Sale

21%

3%
60

4%

USterling Drug Inc(Un)_2.50

Propane Gas

1
1
Sunset Interna'l Petroleum_l
Superior Oil Co (Nev)
25

Sunray D X Oil Co

Swift

&

Co

(Un)

25

6%

Sale

18%
25%

Sale

Sale
Sale

40%

Sale

TelAutograph Corp
Texaco Inc

10c
12%

(Un)___

Texas Kastern Trans
3.50
Texas Gas Transmission
5

Texas Gulf Sulphur (Un)__*
Texas Instruments (Un)
1
Textron Inc common
_50c
Warrants
1
$1.25 conv preferred
•
Thiokol Chemical (Un)
1

Sale

40% Nov 19
16% Nov 29

8
4
1270 Nov 12
7
41% Nov
19 Va Nov 19

Sale

19%

Sale

6ys Nov
8
19% Nov 26

6y8 Nov
8
21% Nov 11

Sale

65%

Sale

20

6%

Sale

Sale
Sale

>%

2,795

42,540

332

2,751

13,067
50,379
13,225
111,036
87,384
55,898
126,149
41,335

500
148

6,696
5,855

2,862
3,611
2,738
17,640
9,017
10,106

80,044
40,642
41,536
334,310
92,572

io

4,252
16,725
6,541

31%
6

Sale

18

1.85

Sale
Sale

60%

Sale

16%

Sale

20%
1.30

17%
92%

Sale

18

17

6

18% Nov 20

86% Nov 22
36% Nov 20
13% Nov 22

95
Nov 11
39 y8 Nov
4

15%

16

14

Sale

27%

Sale

25%

"sale

21%

¥ale

1

22

22%

20%

20%

22

Sale

32%

Sale

-

24%

Sale

Tishman Realty & Const'n_l
Trans World Airlines Inc__5

26%
123%

Sale
Sale

45

Sale

51%

2.40
43

Sale
Sale

~2~45 "2.50

28%
12%

Sale

9,562

121,116
512,244
96,182

1,273

1,519

29,249
15,4:50

390

35,439
4,370

32,273
13,980

217,512
84,670

1,590
800

20,341
3,600

"lOO

216
400

1,587

4,434

63,405

Sale

50

Mining Co (Un)__

50
16%
.

13

Nov 26

63%
33%

Sale
Sale

23

Sale

1%

Varian Associates
Victor Comptometer Corp

.1

Coal & Coke Co

Vons Grocery Co_

2.20

Sale

113

Sale

Nov
4
47% Nov 12
35 y4 Nov 26

30% Nov

4

26% Nov 22
40

28%
36%

Sale
Sale
Sale

"1% "1%

77
40
28

Nov 19
Nov

40%

30%
Sale

36y2 Nov

45

Sale

44

30

1%

1%

Nov
Nov

1% Nov

1
5
1
7
5

36%
5 3/a

5%

Sale
Sale
6
Sale

7

6%

21%

Sale

21% Nov

Sale

6%

Sale

37 Va Nov
6 Va Nov

83c

9%
10 %

.85

Nov 21

Sale

7
87c

Sale
10 %

7
70c

Sale
75c

6% Nov
70c

Nov

1
26
27
6
14

9%

16%

Sale

19%
12%

32%

Sale
7

Sale

Western Pacific RR Co
_1
Western Union Tel (Un)_2%

26%

Sale
Sale
27

113,132
2,178

886,212
6,166
31,395

598

12,357

16,443

43,432

789

26,980
130,167

544

25,679

Exploration

18%
47%
20%
19%
25

Sep 27
Nov 20
Sep 25
Mar
Jan

4
8

17% Jun 13
10% Jan 30
4% Feb
1
14 V* Nov 26
44% Jan
3
150
Apr 26
2.20 Nov 13
42% Mar 1
32% Mar 5

21% Jan

4

Nov 29

13/s Nov

5

102 Va

July 22

26% Nov 22
60
Jan 24
2
33% Jan
2
23
Jan
4
32 y8 Jan
41 y4 Oct 11

1% May 13
May 8

4
24% Nov
213/4 NOV 13
38 Va Nov 13
1
7
Nov
7y8 Nov 18
4
83c NOV

20% Mar 19
20
Oct
9
35% Mar 18
5

Mar 19

5% Jan 11
68c

Sep 26

9% Nov
1
10% Nov 11

Oct 10
6% Jan 29
9

2

Sale

28 3/4 Nov 22

15%

16%

47% Nov 22
15
Nov 26

18%

Sale

16

12%
25

Sale
26

12

Nov 14
Nov 22
Nov 22

25

Nov 26
12
8

1

Sale

25% NOV

47%

48%

~6%

13%
47%
383/4

Sale
48
Sale

Sale

5%

Sale

13%
47%
36%
5i/4
7%
66 y2

42%

8

7

7%

Sale

Nov 22

Nov
5
Nov 22
Nov 26
Nov

Nov

14
5

Nov 26
Nov
5
30% Nov 22

39

Sale

29%
37%

Sale
Sale

28% Nov 22
36%

Sale

Nov
Nov

14
13

8

6
15% Nov
13% Nov 12

32% Nov 22
291% Nov 27

2

13% Apr
4
28% Nov 22
34% Jan 22
10% Jan 22

123/4 July 30
Nov 22

203/4 Nov 14
13% Nov 13

16

26% Nov

5

233/4 July 19
4
41% Jan

7
771/8 Nov
10 y8 Nov
8
26% Nov 20

423/4 Jan 16
10 y« Nov
8

a—

25%

7%

54%
153/4
32 Va
50

Va

14
49

Nov 14
Nov 13

40% Nov 4
6% Nov
1
7Va Nov 14
73
Nov
7
42 y2 Nov
1
38

Nov 26

34% Nov

8

301/4 Nov 15
37% Nov
3

31% Nov

6

1.50 Nov

4

8% July 22

21 y2 Jan 16
13

Mar 20

(Un)

_10c

.90

(Un)

Zenith Radio (Un)

•
1

Sale

_

55

Sale

1.40

Sale

374%

Sale

79%

Sale

1.15

367

79%

Sale

1.10 Nov 26

Sale

35% Nov 18
741/4 Nov 5
36 Va Nov
5
329% Nov 21

38
410

Sale

124% Nov 19
74 Va Nov 21

126% Nov
82% Nov

351/4 Nov 18
79% Nov 14
Nov 21
Nov
7
8

1

Oct 29
Oct 29
Jan
Jan

11
4

68% Jan 21
243/4 Jan 14
33% Nov 27

25% Mar 26
21% Sep 25
29% Nov 18
13

Nov

4

22% Apr 15
54% Aug 16
160
Aug 29
3.00 May 16

49
Sep 12
40% Sep 11

36% Jun
27

3

Aug 23
Nov 14

115

29% Sep 3
Aug 29
May 31
May 3

83%
41%
33%
43%
53%
1A
8%

Jun
Jan
Oct
Aug

21
15
10

21

29% Sep 4
36
May 22
30% May 3
7% May 31
7% Feb 20
98c

Feb 20

1% Aug 15
15% Jan 29
11 Va Sep 25
63% Sep 23
49% Aug 27

121

Sep 12

571/4 Oct
20% Jun
42% Jan

13
8

Nov

8

50

4

19% May 21
15
37

Oct 16
Jan

14

13% Nov 13
31
Aug 20
783/4 Oct 28
77 Va Nov

7

12% Aug 21
28
May 14

253/4 July

1

15% Jun 14
50 % Jan 31
52% Apr 15
8% Sep 30
8
Oct 28
7
73
Nov
43% Sep 12
38% May 22
35
Oct 23

26% Jan

7

32

32
Jan
29 y8 Aug

2

41% Oct 11

5

34% Apr 15

50c May 3
35% Nov 18

1.55 Oct
9
38% Aug 23

63
Feb 13
27% Jan
4
201% Jun 25

79 % Nov 14
38
Nov 21
410
Nov
7

87% Jan 18
51% Mar 19

126% Nov 8
833/4 Oct 28

47% Oct 29
36 3/8 Nov 22
3
May 17
53/4 Mar 14
28 y4 Jan 17
31% Jan 17
31
Jan 10

Oil

Wilson & Co Inc (Un)
•
Woolworth (FW) (Un)___lO
Worthington Corp (Un)
10
Xerox Corp com (Un)
1.25
Youngstown Sheet & Tube

Company

40%
17 Va
333/4
29%

Feb 27
33% Jan 11
12

50% Jan
43% Jan

Sale

33%

Sale

29% Mar 20

7

36

32%

20% Oct 31
47% Aug 26
18% Nov 20
96% Oct 23

4

Westipghouse Air Brake

Basin

45

9

16% Jan
2
42% Jan
4
13% Mar 26
74
July 25

Nov
Nov

Nov 22
Nov 26

25%

6%

Williston

41% Nov 19

7% Jan 25
21 % Sep

59% Feb 11

102y4 Nov

84% Nov 21

76 y4 Nov

10
1
2

841

Nov 20
Nov 20

44% Apr 10
19 y8 Nov 19

2.80 Jan
2
74 Va Aug 28

47
14

10 Va Nov

~4%

5
July 16
17% Jan
2
1.10 Oct- 17

Sale
Sale

a.

1

16% Nov 29

8

13

Sale
48

1205
Nov 20
38 % Sep 30

2

Sale
17%

14%

39% Oct 21
7ya Jan 18
4
1,450
Jun

Jan

i8

47%

25% Jan 2
5% Nov 27

40% Jan

14%
31

Westates Petrol common
5% preferred

Company (Un)
10
Westinghouse Electric
6.25
Wheeling Steel Corp (Un)_lo

41
30

70 % Oct 24
25% Sep 25
16 y4 Nov 29
38% Jan 15
34% Sep 12
6
61% Sep

9y4 Sep 13

44

Sale

*
1

30,637

27% Nov 8
80% Nov 11

73% Sep 20

21% Apr 18
31 Va May 10

8

143/4

Warner Bros

221,372
8,533

Nov 14

7

Jun

26

21% Jan 21

115

16

26
25% Jan
2

7

54

Washington Water Power
Wesco Financial Corp__

23
21

Nov

Sale

17,017

2
18
29
9
8

541/4 Jan
20 y2 Mar
8% Apr
31% Aug
24% July
51% May
5% Nov
15 y2 Nov

Nov

Sale

14,665

2

62

92%

26%

Jan

58% Jan

47

47

54

3

69% Apr 24
97 Va Sep 23
65% Aug 16

8

Sale

9% Oct

4% Jan 28

Jan

45% Nov 29

Sale

56 Va Jan 14
52% Aug 6
37% Aug 16
67% July 10
36 Va Jan 28
19 y4 Oct
4

7
58 y2 Nov 2297% Sep 23

14

Sale

51
43%

24

32% May 16
74% Jun 28

45 %

Nov

Jan

34% Jan 24
19 Va July 31

2
4
17

1% Jun 28
8
7.

34

6% Mar 26
25 Va Jan
66
Jan

11%

62

25%

5

11%

Sale

33

28% Feb

55% Mar 13
34% Mar 13
12% Mar 29

9y4 Nov
ioy2 Nov

40%

571

2.792
13,806

4

a__

9%

31% Oct
7
32
July 17
16
Apr 11
51% Oct 10
43% Jan
4

8

22

1

Western Air Lines—
Western Bancorporatlon

2750

2.20 Nov 13

112% Nov

2

(Un)_1.25

15% Nov 4
51% Nov 19

46% Nov 27

21%

1

Victor Equipment Co
1
Virginia-Carolina Chemical •
5% prior preferred
50

4

a

1

Upjohn Company (Un)
1
Utah-Idaho Sugar Co (Un)_5
Vanadium Corp of Am (Un)_l

Nov

a
—

2.50

Universal Oil Prods (Un)

333/4 Nov 27

26% Nov 26

1,075

9,425
47,876
61,737 1,666,305
390
17,431
6,132
95,851
6,949
213,526
823
11,267
4,731
66,581

13

1
51
Nov 13
213A Nov
5

a

.

Pict

Nov

•

California
United Fruit Co (Un)__;
•
United Gas Corp (Un)
10
United Industrial Corp com 1
Series A conv pfd
8.50
Warrants
United Park City Mines Co (Un)
1
U S Industries Inc
1
U S Natural Gas Corp
1
U S Plywood Corp1
U S Rubber Co (Un)
,
5

Va Iron

Nov 12
Nov
7

253/8 NOV 26
20 Va Nov 12
29% Nov 18

25% Nov

35% Nov 26

*

Union Pac By Co (Un)
10
Union Sugar Co
5
United Air Lines Inc
10
United Aircraft Corp (Un)_5
United Canso Oil & Gas
1
United Corp (Del) (Un)
1
United Financial Corp of

U S Steel Corp
Universal Match

a

Nov 22
Nov 20
Nov 21
Nov
1
Nov
8

14% Nov 26

1

5
25

4

11

Warrants
(Un)
Twentieth Century-Fox Film

fiUnion Elec of Mo (Un)
Union Oil Co of Calif

15% Nov

18%
473/4
20%
24%
25 Va
20%
25 y,

Sale
Sale

15

Warrants
Trans World

Nov

a

25

Unilever Ltd "Adrs".
Union Carbide Corp

66% Nov 11
20% Nov 11

Sale

14

Corp (Un)

a—

19% Nov 18

Sale

13 %

Tri-Continental Corp (Un)_l

Nov

6% Nov

a

U S Smelting & Refining &
46,828
8,988

a—

5
7

Nov

27

34

63% Nov 19

Sale

Financial
1
Transamerica Corp com
2
4%% conv preferred
100
Trico Oil & Gas
50c

16% Nov

1205 Nov 20

10

com

Nov
8
Nov
5
Nov 11
Nov
8
Nov 29
Nov 11
NOV
8
59% Nov 4
1
6% Nov

62 y4
72 %
68%
25 y8
16%
35%
30 y4

Sale
Sale

'

33%

29%

Inc.

1

64% Nov
a—

16%

Thompson BamoWooldridge 5
Thriftimart

15
a

54% Nov 22

Sale

1
5,

74%

34% Nov 22
26% Nov 21

Sale

Sale
Prices

3% Aug

29 y8

57 % Nov 19
Nov 18
65
65% Nov 18
23% Nov
6
13% Nov 13

Sale
Sale

Nov
1
Nov. 13
Nov 21
Nov 12
Nov 13
NOV 26
Nov
4
Nov 20
Nov 27
Nov
4

5% Nov 26
15% Nov 26
26 y8 Nov 22
Nov 22
30
5% Nov 27

Systron-Donner Corp Capital

Tenn Gas Transmission
Terex Corporation

16%
34%

35

58% Nov 22

Sale

Sale
Sale

25%
6%

*6%

12%
Sale
Sale

18%
8%

a

Sale
12%
34%
30 Va

52%
513/s
35 y4
60%

a—

70%

33 y8 Nov 29
32% Nov 14
Nov
6
19

6

Nov 22
16
NOV
8
5
273/4 Nov
7
74% Nov 27
Nov
15
4

Sale

Highest

Sale
Prices

Sale
Prices

52 % Nov
8
Nov 14
51
333/s Nov 8
59 % Nov 18
Nov 13
35

Sale

16%

Lowest

Highest

32% Nov 6
18 % Nov 26

Sale

Stanley Warner Corp (Un)_5

360

42,202
30,979

33%

Nov

32

Sale

Sale

58,632
33,031
51,378
122,257
4,875
114,069
20;644
7,331

148,957

Sale

Sale
33
17 Vz

Sale

9,523
22,442
3,059
8,983

2,336

17

18%
52%

71%

1,286

750

33 %
3214

62

209

455

Sale

Sale

$1.20 preferred

1,297

32%

Sale

14,736

4,704
3,392
13,781

18%

3214
32%

58%

83,514

5,186

Sale

32 y4
Sale

47

10,237
1,809

9,080
2,022

Ask

Standard Oil Co (Ind)
Stand Oil Co (N J) (Un)__7
Stand Oil Co (Ohio)(Un)_lo

Tidewater Oil Co

1,658

or

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

—PRICES IN NOVEMBERNov. 29
Lowest
Closing or
Sale
Bid
Ask
Prices

•
;—1

Suburban

40,007

19,400

32
31 %

11,624

109

292

25

.25

79,347

16,981

8,218
4,538
2,583

Bid

Stone <fc Webster Inc (Un)_l
Studebaker Corp (Un)
1
Suburban Gas (Cal)
1

441,069
188,413

423

Bid

16,305

39,531
12,750

7,662

Opening

or
Ask

Statham Instruments Inc—1
Stauffer Chemical
.5

453,346

Nov. 1

Par

preferred

6%

2,

Opening

10,342
87,349
32,836

54,573
6,194
1,305

2,269

Price Jan.
1963

May 16

•No par value. JThis issue was either split or a stock dividend was paid during year 1963. The volume and the range shown here is simply
the trading and the range for the new shares. i!This 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 1963, the details of the basis of exchange can be found in the footnote on page 29 or 96
of this record, a Odd-lot sale, r Cash sale.
(Un) Admitted to unlisted privileges, x Ex-dividend, y Ex-stock dividend, z Ex-liquidating distribution.




51

December, 1963
•
-

•

.

\,

•

Boston Stock Exchan ge
Monthly and Yearly Record
RANGE OF PRICES ON THE BOSTON
Stock Sales—

November

409,989

(Shares)

483,022

;

Boston

Price Jan. 2,

Stock Exchange

Nov. 1

Opening or

Opening or

Shares

Since
Jan. 1
Shares

1963

3,682
29,887
3,223

9,949
59,816
207,080
17,866

American Agric Chemical—•
American Motors
1.66%
American Tel & Tel
33%
Anaconda Co
—50

1,586

28,168

10

202

~240

1,092
6,050
1,376

Boston Garden Arena Corp_l
Boston Personal Prop Tr
•
Boston & Providence RR_100

3,014

574

11,653

Calumet & Hecla
Cities Service Co
Copper Range Co

Aggregate Sales
In
November

STOCKS

Par

Bid

Ask

Bid

STOCK EXCHANGE

Stock Sales—
Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

1962

1963

1963

PRICES IN NOVEMBERLowest
Closing or
Sale
Bid

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices

Sale
Prices

Prices

Ask

4,811,168

Highest

Nov. 29

Ask

5,092,273

(Shares).

1962

LISTED ISSUES

401

546

5,059

137

8,757

Boston Edison Co

Eastern Gas & Fuel Assoc—
Common
10

Eastern

y2
133%

35%

36 y8

41%
4%

42

68
70

57%

16,906
91,198

5,291
4,346

66,002
108,529

2,823

13,458

934

17,197

11
255

170
488

46%

47 V*

68%

Sale

65 Va

65%

64% Nov 18

Ry—

preferred B__
pfd adjustment

First National Stores
Ford Motor Co

Olln-Mathieson




y

Ex-rights

22

20

Nov 14

11%

Sale

10% NOV 29

11% NOV 15

7% Jun 12

12

Nov 18

Jan 16
18
Jan
8
Oct 21

Nov

83% Nov 1
34y4 Nov 8

71% Mar 6
28 Jan 11

85 Oct 29
41% Aug 26

28Va

Sale

29%
72y8

Sale
Sale

28% Nov 1
72y8 Nov 29

20y« Jan 3
67% Jan 3

3iyi Nov 13
79Yb Oct 17

15

__

31% Nov 13
77% Nov 13
15% Nov 11
20% Nov 6

14% Mar 5
18% Jan 2

15% Jan 30
23y8May27

Nov
6
10»/4 NOV 29
29% Nov
6
52% Nov 15

92% Jun 18

10'
Feb
8
li% Apr 25
29% Oct 4
55
July 31

24%
43%

—

Sale

74%

Sale

15y8

—

20%

Sale

103

80%
10»/4
28%

93

Sale
Sale

9% Nov
4
27% Nov 26

52

Sale
84

51
80

Sale
Sale

41% Nov 27
19% Nov 22

45% Nov 12
22% Nov 29

~6%

3% Nov 14

102

9%
Sale
Sale

9%
28%
51%
so y2

69

Sale

43%

50

31%
13%

13%

20

25

24

26

31%
3y8

6

2

2%

3

15% Nov 11

20% 21

66

10%
29
Sale
84

Sale
Sale
32%

80%

43

22%

19% Nov 27

102

Nov 13

Nov 22
Nov
6

29

3%

103

9% Jan

3

24% Jan

2

43 % Jan

2
7

Jun

12

45% Oct
22"% Sep
32% Sep
3 % Sep

21

~3% Nov~14

2
13% Feb
1
26% Mar 13
2% Mar 26

Oct 25

Feb

80

Nov

6

68

Feb

31% Jan

85

33

33%

39%

40 Va

37%

38

37% Nov 26

39 % Nov 15

29% Mar

8

34%
19%

Sale
Sale
57%

37

38

37%
18%
63 y4

38%

37% Nov 8
17% Nov 26
60% Nov 6

38% Nov 26

Va
60%

Sale

37% Feb
4
17% Nov 26
58% Jan 3

42
27

57

2.50

42

22

Sale

48%

Sale
Sale
73

6%

Ex-dividend,

Nov 14

40
20

40
20

75% Nov 22
30Va Nov 22

•

Wichita River Oil Corp

18%

11

1

Sale
Sale

49%

Westinghouse Electric

Nov

32%

Chemical

System Inc

38

82

Machine

Association.

44

Sale
Sale

Chemical

Company

34

1

45c Aug
2
28% Apr 25
15
Mar 29

%

%
Sale
22
12

83%
32%

Quincy Mining Co.
Reece Folding
Rexall Drug &

%

%

Sale
Sale

United Fruit Co
•
United Shoe Machinery
25
U S Smelt Ref'g & Mfg Co_50
Vermont & Mass Ry Co
100

x

74% Oct 22

76y«
30%

49,791
27,480

36,426

7

5
1

Stop & Shop
Torrington Co (The).

3,171

48% Jan

60% Jun 26
59
Sep 11

Pennsylvania RR

Waldorf

1

68% Nov

50% Jan 2
41% Feb 28

8,822

2,423

2

.2.50

25,950
3,292

263

3

16% Jan

4
4

94
9

32,876
1,459

55% Jan

24% Nov 12

56% Nov
53% Nov

Narragansett Rac'g Assn
1
New England Elec System
1
New England Tel & Tel—20
Northern RR (N H)
100

25

Oct 29

14% Sep
3
72% Aug 2
25% Sep 16

52 % Nov 27
49
Nov 22

500

2,088

70

Sale

5,203

1,548

Sep 23

5% Sep 26
74% Sep 16

52%

Island Creek Coal Co
Kennecott Copper

Shawmut

44

52
52

General Electric Co
Gillette Company

4,996

56% Jan
2
29% May 30
11 y* May 7

23
Feb 14
140% Nov 21
50% Oct 17

57
Sale

Maine Cent RR 5% pfd—100

502

36% Jan
3
4% Jun 18

54% Oct 21

56%
51%

857

1,044

4

2
2
2

Sale
Sale

15,179

20

59y4lJov 18

15% Jan
114% Jan
40% Jan

50%
45%

14%
18%

7,392
22,159

3,076

22

Loew's Boston Theatre—
25
Lone Star Cement Corp—10

388

•

38
19 V*

1%

40

34,822

944

13% Nov"l
65 Y* Nov
1

24»/8 Nov

20%

1

4

12% Nov 27

24 y2

67y«

65,557

12%
65%

24

19%

32,279

12%
64%

41% Nov

5% Nov 29
70
Nov 26

-

Sale

66%

5,875

Sale
Sale

28% Nov 12
140% Nov 21
487/s Nov
1

38% Nov 27
5
Nov 12
67% Nov
6

24 y4

_•

2,694

Sale
90

Sale
70 y4
90

Sale

50c

401

Sale

5
69 y4
65

5%

55%

10% 12

1,905
6,710

39%

Nov 22
45% Nov 29

130

16%

100

4,554

139%
45%

15% Nov 22

Sale
Sale
Sale

55%

100

6%

5%

19%

13%
65 y4

%

2,062

48%

Sale
Sale
Sale

12

35%
16

148
210

21

11%

100

3,096

327

Sale
40

100

240

150

117 Va
40%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Common
6% 1st pfd series A

1,680

22% Jan 16

23%

Massachusetts

Street

1,305

5
10
5

23%
15%

II

6.25
1

71

32%

7
Sale

19

21 y8
54 y4

87%
81%

61

63%

Sale

21%

Sale

Sale
Sale
86

54 Va

54%

85%

86
85

21
Nov 26
53 y4 Nov 26
83% Nov 22
82
Nov 14

Sale
Sale

7% Nov 11
33% Nov 22

7%

8%

37%

Sale

1%

Sale

2

80

9

36%
1%

2

19% Nov
4
65
Nov 15

22
55 %
102 Yt
82

Nov 14
Nov 12
Nov 7
Nov 14

9ya Nov 29
37% Nov 4

Apr
73% July

25
26

23

15

5
3

Jan
2
Jan 10

30% May 22
56% Oct 18
113% Sep 13
86
Sep 18

6% Feb 21
3

41% Oct 11

19%
47%
49%
72

Oct

9

July 15

31% Jan

9y8 Nov 29

Pittsburgh Stock Exchange
Monthly and Yearly Record

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE PITTSBURGH STOCK EXCHANGE

Stock Sales—

November

Since
Jan. 1

in

Pittsburgh

61,345

Stock Sales-—
Jan. 1 to Nov. 30 (Shares)

STOCKS

Nov. 1

1963

Opening or

Opening

Bid

Bid

Par

L

Ask

Nov. 29
or

Ask

Closing
Bid

or

Ask

Lowest
Sale
Prices

5,586
756

;

318

4,499

487

5,918

3,101
1,500

9,953
1,535

5,052
1,224

41,182

343

1,578

5,697
8,242
25,306

175
600

18,200

""54

886
831

7,430

350
86,577

10,830

403

"50

335

~961

■

33%
7%
66%

.5
.1

Blaw-Knox Co
Columbia Gas System

10

29%

Sale

10

29%

Continental Com'cial Corp_l

Sale

Prices.

5%

100%

5%

5Y<

Sale
6

~8%
Sale

27%

Sale

~5%

Sale

36% Nov 26
100 %

40

Nov~27

103%

26% Nov 22
27% Nov 13
5% Nov 29

Nov

4

Nov'il

30% Jun 18
5% Aug 19

NOV 13
8

7
31

7%

31% Nov 26

32% Nov

8.50
7%
*

38%

Sale

42%

Sale

40%

Sale

40% Nov 29

42% Nov
38 % Nov
30

NOV

Jeannette Glass 7% pfd_100
McKinney Mfg Co.
1
Mountain Fuel Supply.:
10

92%

99
70c

Natco Corporation

Penn Federal Corp.

Pittsburgh Forgings

Co

28%

97
70c

91
50c

98
70c

95
70c

~9

"7% ~8%

Sale

~5

4%

25
:1
10

35%

4%

5
36

4%

United Engineering & Fdy
5
Vanadium Alloys Steel Co—5

18%

Sale

Westinghouse Air Brake
10
Westinghouse El Corp .6.25

25%
32

__

6,889
597

1,088
3,224

10,229
45,439

Deferred delivery sale,
-

'

•

r

Nov"27

Sale

~4%

59%

Sale

Cash sale,

Sale

30

38% Jan

2

45% May 15

4

31% Jan

7

4

23% Mar 19

38 % Nov
30
Nov

Nov 20

80% Apr 17

Nov

50C
35

7

~7% Nov" 19

37%

Sale

Ex-dividend,

i

y

7

5

Nov

1

7

Feb
1
Mar 28

7% Aug 14
75c Apr
4% Jan

8
9

99
75c

4
4

Nov 20

May 17
43% Aug 16
9% Jan
9

75c Apr
5

Jan

8
18

—

36%

Ex-rights.

15% Jan "16
51% Jan 2

22% May~23
59% Nov 8

42% Nov 4
4% Nov 13

34% Jan

2

44

4% Aug

5

5% Mar 13

18% Nov 22
31% Nov 13

19% Nov
1
31% Nov 13

17% Aug 22
29% Jan
4

20
Apr 30
36% Apr 15

30% Nov 15
37% Nov
1

25% Jan
31% Jan

31% May 16
41% Oct
9

Sale

56% Nov 26

20% NOV
59% Nov

Sale

37% Nov 22
4% Nov 11

Sale

Sale

x

Sale

6

9% Jan 21
34% Aug 19

28% Nov 27

56%
38%

19

Nov

Nov 22

1

36

Sale

675
50

7%

20% Nov

—

Sale

Rockwell-Standard Corp
5
Screw & Bolt Corp of Amer.l

■

5% Oct 30

2

_

1

51%

Pittsburgh Plate Glass

Nov 20
Nov
7

Jan

Jan

65c

50c

S2.50 conv preferred..

27%

~S

60c

30%

8

36% Nov 19
27% Nov 26

87
60c

__

5

com

Nov 22

28

Sale

24

13% July 15
104% Oct 28
33% Apr 16

Sale

(Joseph) Co

42% Aug 26

7% Mar 15
66% Jan 7

4

7%

Harbison Walker Refrac

33% Mar 11

8

31 %

Equitable Gas Co

Sale
Prices

25% Aug

Sale

7

.

.

27

7%
32 %

8

*

Highest

29% Nov 4
29% Nov 1
5% Nov 29

Sale

7,375
2,570




7%

#-<5

Sale

5
5

564
112

: :

8%

Prices

8 '

Pittsburgh Brewing

714,513

Lowest
Sale

31%

Duquesne Brewing of Pgh
Duquesne Light Co

21,540

a

Sale

.1

Apollo Industries Inc
Armstrong Cork Co

1,497

•No par.

Sale

Allegheny Ludlum Steel_

Home

1962

731,984

—

Highest

LISTED ISSUES
574

1963

Price Jan. 2,

Stock Exchange

Shares

Shares

1962

66,225

(Shares)

Aggregate Sales
November

1963

—

Sale

32

Nov 22

8

2
3

Aug 12

53

December, 1963

General Quotations
OF BONDS AND STOCKS
We

are

publishing under this heading of General

Quoations the month-end values for only the

Over-the-Counter

stock and bond issues.

The values for the Listed issues (either the last sale or the closing bid
earlier part of this publication, under the particular exchange the issue is
The following is an

index to the different classifications of

securities quoted:

Page
Banks and Trust

90

Companies

57

Exchange Seats
Federal

Foreign

Land

80
81

Bank Bonds

Bonds.

Government

Industrial Bonds
Industrial and Miscellaneous

Insurance Stocks

__

.

Investing Companies Securities
'Municipal Bonds—Domestic

_

Canadian
Public Utility Bonds-

67
69

Stocks.

____

and asked quotation) can be found in the

traded.

_

_

Page
79
65

Public Utility Stocks
Railroad Bonds
RR

80
82
58

Equipment Trusts

.

Railroad Stocks
Securities Called for Redemption
United States Government Securities

56

94

80

is, that the accrued interest
in making payment. In the
is employed to indicate

The letter "f" prefixed to bond prices denotes that the quotation is a flat price—that
forms part of the price, and therefore the purchaser does not have to provide for it separately
case of income bonds and bonds in default, the price is always "flat," and no designating mark
the fact.
:,x

1:^

the price.

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 securities
are merely nominal, but in all cases the figures are obtained from sources which are considered reliable.
The following abbreviations are often used, viz: • "M" for mortgage, "gtd" for guaranteed, "end" for endorsed, "cons"
for consolidated, "conv" for convertible, "sf for sinking fund, "lg" for land grant, "opt" for optional.
The italic type in the letters showing the interest period indicates the month when the bonds mature.
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963
NOTICE—All bond prices are "and interest" except where marked "f" and income and defaulted ponds
.

Bonds

Net

Ask

Bid

Cleveland Terminal & Valley—
1st 4s gold guaranteed 1995-M-N
Connecting Ry (Philadelphia)—
1st mtge 3 Vas ser A 1976——MS
Delaware Lackawanna & Western—

OVER-THE-COUNTER
RAILROAD BONDS
Canton & Youngstown—
Cons mtge 4s ser A 1988
A-O

Akron

Cons mtge
Akron Union

4%s

ser B

1988

77

Passenger Depot—
4%s ser A 1974
J-J
Vicksburg Ry—
5s series A 1974—M-N
Albany & Susquehanna RR—
1st mtge ext 2%s 1971
A-O

t

94

90

& Northern—
1 2002
M-S
■

-

99 %

;

:

84

Atlantic Coast Line RR—

irreg ctfs of indebtedness 5s_J-D

100

Atlantic & Danville Ry Co—
1st 3s July 1999_______
■

Battle Creek & Sturgis Ry—
1st guaranteed 3s 1989

J-D

72

J-D

72

Bay City & Battle Creek—Tst 3s 1989
Bedford Belt Ry—
1st 2%s-4%s Jan 1 1994
Belt Railway Co of Chicago—
1st mtge 4%s ser A 1987
Boston

&

Albany

f 60

F-A
improve't

414s

100%

F-A

1978

Fort Street Union Depot
1st sinking fund 3%s
101%

77

Green Bay

80

Canadian National Railway

Co—

May 15 1968
2%s Sept 15 1969 out '64
2%s Jan 16 1971 opt '66
3% Feb 1 1974 opt *72
5s May 15 1977

B

Refunding and impvt mtge—
2.80s series G-23 1964_____F-A
2.85s series G-24 1965
F-A
2.90s series G 25 1966
F-A

93%
84%
83

Kans

91

%
80%

1st
Kansas

98

89%

90%

1st mtge 3%s 1980
M-S
Kentucky & Indiana Term RR—
1st mtge 4%s 1986
M-S

88%
86%
88%
86%

91%
89%
89 %
88 %

99%

9814
96%




for

redemption,

40

100% 101 %

b4.40 less %
b4.45 less %
b4.801ess%
b4.50 less
b4.50 less
b4.55 less
b4.60 less
b4.60 less
see

page

99% 101

M-S

68

72

76
73

80
76

City St Louis & Chicago RR—
4%s May 31 2022

Lehigh Valley RR Co—
Cons 4%s Apr 1 1989
J-D
Louisiana & North West RR—
General sinking fund 5s 1974_tf-J
Non-cum income deb 5s 2008_July.

94.

1
1
1
1

1965

2008

Mexican International RR—
1st cons 4s Sep 1977 (1922

—J-J

101

102

—

1966-—M-S

96
97

99 V's

3%s '66_J-D

100

102

74

79

98

RR Co—

1st 4s 1995
7-J
Sturgis Goshen & St Louis Ry—
1st 3s Dec 1 1989
J-D

88
67

70

74

Toledo Peoria & Western RR—
1st mtge 4s series B 1967
Toledo Terminal RR—

99%

f26

f93

£49%

•

f Flat price.

86
72

97

A-O

99

85

mtge 4%s

1982

Union Terminal Co

—

76

Warren RR (see D L & W)
West Virginia & Pittsburgh—
•1st gold sinking fund 4s 1990

93
75

f38

Vicksburg Shreveport & Pacific—
Ref & imp 5s ser B 1973
M-N

55

kLast eale.

A-O

82

Wheeling & Lake Erie RR—
Gen & ref M 23/«s ser B 1974 F-A
Gen & ref M 23/4s ser C 1974 F-A

n84
84

n Nominal,

r

—

Canadian dollar value.

—

—

—

40

99

41

52 %

-.

(Dallas)—

Vera Cruz & Pacific RR—
1st 4%s 1934 Plan B

__

99.632

63

J-J

1st

f21

52%

—

mtge 3s 1978
J-D
United N J RR & Canal Co—
1st 4%S Sep 1 1979
M-S
Gen mtge 2%s 1976
M-S
Utica Chenango & Susq Ry Div—
See Del Lack & Western

97
f40

(formerly 4%s 1926)
Extended to Jan 1933

eEx-interest,

80

Spartanburg Union & Columbia—

ass'nt)

National RR of Mexico—
1st cons 4s Oct 1951
Plan B

b Basis,

—

1st

Stamped Plan B__—.
Sterling 4%s Sep '47 ('22 ass'nt)
Stamped Plan B
Mohawk & Malone—
Consolidated gold 3%s 2002__M-S

Plan B

b4.50

1st mtge 4%s series O 1988—J-D
Southern Railway—
Aiken Branch 4s 1998
J-J

90
90

1

J-J

RR—

fund 3%s

Seaboard Air Line

86

f74

6s

—

Portland (Me) Terminal—
F-A
1st mtge 6%s 1986
Providence & Worcester RR—
1st mtge 4%s ser A 1967
A-O
Richmond Term 3%s 1965
M-S

85

M-S

debs

105%

& Gulf—

Lakefront Dock & RR Terminal—
1st mtge s f 3%s ser B 1974-F-A
Lehigh & Lake Erie RR Co—
1st 4%s extended 1994——_M-S

inc

J-D

J-J

mtge 3%s ser A 1975_.

Piedmont & Northern

85

Oklahoma

4%s ser B 1967

1st sinking

96

Maryland & Pennsylvania RR—
1st extended 2-4s 1981
M-S
1st cons ext 2-6s 1993
A-O

b4.25 less %
b4.35 less %

.__

1 1965
1 1966
1 1967
1 1968

4%s June 1 1969
43^s June 1 1970
4%s June 1 1971
43/4s June 1 1972_
4%s June 1 1973
Called

.

J-D

5%s

Serial debs series B—

»

77

1st mtge

f80
105

Jacksonville Terminal—
1st mtge 3%s ser A 1977——J-D

Macon Terminal 5s
Maine Central RR—

96

J-D

J-D

82%

80%

_M-N

June
June
June
June

146

Fhila & Reading Term

923/4

95

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

Illinois Terminal RR Co—
1st mtge 4%s ser A 1987
Indiana Harbor Belt RR—
1st mortgage 5Vis 1982

96

Chicago Great Western Ry —
37/ss coll trust 1969_
F-A
Cine Indianapolis & Western:—

Serial debs series A—
3%s June 1 1964

J-D

North Pennsylvania RR—
3%s mortgage 1972
Norwich & Worcester RR—

a—

4s 1964
Peoria Sc Pekin Union Ry—

90%
79%
97

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

Chicago Union Station Co.—
1st mtge 4%s sf 1988

88

44

82

_•

3-5s 1965

f87

f41

J-J

91%
88 %

Chesapeake & Ohio—

(stp mod)

84

J-J

19

913/4

4s

1st

J-J

Collateral trust 53/is 1980

£17%

95

;

.

£82

Feb

"assented" 1932

85

J-V

Oswego & Syracuse (see D L & W>
Denn & N Y Canal & RR—
Cons 1st extended 4%s 1969-A-O
Cons extended 4s 1969
A-O

84

f36

f25

New Orleans Great Northern—
Income debentures 5s 2032
New York Central RR—
Collateral trust 5%s 1980

f80

92%
83%
813/4

Canadian Pacific Ry—
Conv coll tr 3 Vis 1970
Conv coll tr 3%s 1966
Conv coll tr 4s 1969
Coll trust 334s 1972
Coll trust 5s Jan 1983—

38
35

41

f40

Feb

90%
87 %

.__

Feb 1 1981
5%s Jan 1 1985
5s Oct 1 1987

24

43

139

Jan 1914

3 yr 6% $ notes
Plan B

1st

Guaranteed bonds (payable in
Canadian Currency)
3s Jan 3 1966 opt '61
2%s Jan 2 1967 opt *64
5%s Dec 15 1964
4Vis April 1 1967
5s

20
35
30

f41%

1913

Pennsylvania Company—
5%s coll trust 1985Pennsylvania RR—
Secured serial bonds—

Guayaquil & Quito Ry—
5s

34

Net

Ask

1977

3 mos 6% notes Dec
Plan B

1965—J-D alOO

certificates

Debenture

Bid

1

Plan B
Sink fund 4s Oct
Plan B

Co—

certificates A

Bund 1

National Rys of Mexico—(Cont)
Prior lien 4%s July 1957

69

30

& Western—

Debenture

4S

Net

71

First RR & Banking Co of Georgia
Coll trust 5s 1988.
_F-A
5s conv debs 1977—
M-S
Fonda Johnstown & Gloversville—
2nd conv income 4%s 2011—Apr
Conv debs 5s 1988
—
Fort Dodge Des Moines & South—
1st inc 4s Dec 31 1991
An-May

27

f20

66

Oswego & Syracuse—
4-6s May 1 1993Utica Chenango &; Susquehanna
Ry Div 1st 3-5s May 1 1992
Warren RR 1st ref 3Vis 2000-F-A
2nd 4-6s May 1 1992
Detroit & Toledo Shore Line—
1st mtge 3 %s series A 1982—J-D
Elmira & Williamsport—
Income 5s 2862—
:
A-O

86

1st mtge
Alabama &
1st mtge

Atlanta Knoxville
1st con 4s Mar

80
88

84

A-O

Ask

Bid

Bonds—

85

54

RAILROAD

EQUIPMENT TRUST CERTIFICATES

RAILROAD EQUIPMENT TRUST

June 30,1963

CERTIFICATES

Chesapeake & Ohio Ry (Cont'd)

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 June 30,
1963, valuations, published on the assumption
that little change has taken place in the quoted

Jan

15-Dec

15

Ann Arbor Railroad—
3%s series C April 1 1964-72

99% to

Atlantic Coast Line RR—
2%s series J March 1 1964
2%s (J 2nd) March 1 1964___
414s series K Jan 1 1964-72_
4%s series L July 15 1964-1975
414s series M Aug 15 1964-1975414s series N (1st part)
Jan 1 1964-1977
4%s series N (2nd & final)

4yas series S Dec 1 1964-1978—

Jun 1 1964-74
414s of 1960 nov 1

to

98%
100% to 101%
10014 to 97%

100
to
100 Vi to

99
96 %

99% to
99% to

Jan
Jun

95%
95%

2%s Of 1951 Mar 15 1964-66-__
3s (1st 1952) May 1 1964-67
3yas (2nd 1952) July 1 1964-67

99% to
99% to
99 % to

92 Va
94%
98

3%s (1st 1953) Apr 1 1964-68_
3%s (2nd 1953) Jun 15 1964-68
3%s (3rd 1953) Aug 15 1964-68
2%s Of 1954 Mar 1 1964-69

99% to

96ya

100% to

99%

100% to

97%

2%s

(1st 1949) Jun 1 1964
(2nd 1949) Aug 1 1964
2y4s of 1950 Apr 1 1964-65

98y4 to

NOV 1 1964-1969
Boston St Maine RR—
4%s series I (1st and 2nd)
March 1 1964-1971—
6s series I (3rd install)
March 1 1964-1971

98

to

70%

99

to

77%

2%s (2nd 1954) May 1 1964-693%s Of 1955 July 15 1964-70
3%s (1st 1955) Nov 1 1984-70—
3%s (2nd of '55) Nov 1 1964-70
4%s of 1956 Jun 15 1964-71
5s (2nd of '56) Nov 1 1964-71—
5 Vis

(3rd of '56) Nov 15 1964-71
5 Vis of 1957 Mar 15 1964-72
6s (2nd of '57) July 15 1964-72.
5Vis (1958 1st & 2nd part)
Jan 1 1964-73.
5%s (2nd of 1958 1st part)
Oct 15 1964-73—
5Vis (2nd of 1958 2nd part)

5s series D Jun 1-Dec 1 1964-72

Central RR of New Jersey—
2 Vis of 1950 Apr 1 1964-65
3%s of 1952 Oct 1 1964-67
3%s of 1953 Mar 1 1964-68
3%s Of 1954 Apr 1 1964-69

99 % to
99 y4 to
99% to

98% to
99% to
99 y4 to

98Vi to
to

99%-to
99

to

98Vi to
98% to

i

96 %
96%
97

92%
93

92 y4
100% to 101%
101 % to 104

99

Central RR of Pennsylvania—
2%s of 1950 Apr 1 1964-63
3s of 1951 Aug 1 1964-66
-

96%
95%
95%
90%

96%

95%

Chesapeake St Ohio Ry—
2 Vis

(3rd 1949)
Feb IrAug 1 1964
2s (4th 1949)

98%

May 1 -Nov 1 1964
2 Vis of 1950

98

Jan 1-July 1 1964-65
2V8s (2nd 1950)

98% to

96%

Apr 1-Oct 1 1964-65
2%s (3rd 1950)
Mar 1-Sep 1 1964-65
2Vis (4th 1950)
May 15-Nov 15 1964-65
2Vis of 1951
Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-66

.

98% ot

96%

98% to

97

98% to

96%

98% to

95%

98% to

96%

99% to

97

98% to

96%

99% to

97%

99

to

95%

99

to

—

2%s (2nd 1951)
May 15-Nov 15 1964-66
3s (3rd 1951)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-66
2%s (4th 1951)
Apr 1-Oct 1 1964-68

3yas (5th 1951)
Jun 15-Dec 15 1964-66
2%s of 1952
Mar 1-Sep 1 1964-67
2%s (2nd 1952)
Apr 15-Oct 15 1964-67
2%s (3rd 1952)
Jun 1-Dec 1 1964-67
3Vis




redemption,

95%

99% to

99

to

96%
95%
95

95
95%
96%
96%
91%
91 %

Jan 1-July 1 1964
2yas of 1950
Mar 1-Sep 1 1964-65
3%s of 1953
May 1-Nov 1 1964-68
2%s (2nd 1953)
May 1-Nov 1 1964-68
2%s of 1954
Jan 1-July 1964-69
2%s (2nd 1954)
Jun 1-Dec 1 1964-69
2%s of 1955
Jan 5-July 5 1964-70
3Vis (2nd 1955)
Mar 1-Sep l 1964-70
3y8s (No 1 of 1956)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-71
3%s (No 2 of 1956)
May 1-Nov 1 1964-71
3%s (No 1 of 1957)
Mar 1-Sep 1 1964-72
3Vis (No 1 of 1958)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-73
3%s (No 2 of 1958)
Apr 1-Oct 1 1964-73
3%s (No 3 of 1938)
Jan 1-July 1 1964-73
4%s (No 1 of 1959)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-74
4%s (No 2 of 1959)
Jan 1-July 1 1964-74
5s (No 3 of 1959)
Mar 1-Sep l 1964-74
4%s (No 1 of 1960)
Jan 1-July 1 1964-75
4%s (No 1 of 1961)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-76
4Vis (No 2 of 1961)
Jun 1-Dec 1 1964-76
4%s (No 3 of 1961)
May 1-Nov 1 1964-76
4%s (No 1 of 1962)
Mar 1-Sep 1 1964-77
4s (No 2 of 1962)

96%

99% to

96%

see

page

94.

b Basis,

99% to
99% to

1-Dec

Mar 1-Sep 1 1964-76

f Flat

price,

sale,

92%

99% to

93%

99% to

96%

100% to

99%

to

97 %

100

100% to 100%

100% to 103%

100%toi02%

97% to

95%

Apr 1-Oct 1 1964-66
2%s series K
May 1-Nov 1 1964-66

98% to

96

98% to

95%

100% to 102%

3s series L
Jan 1-July 1
2%s series M

99% to

95%

93%
94

100

to

101

—

Chicago Rock Island St Pacific RR
2%s series G

to 101%

97%

Jun 1-Dec 1
2%s series J

101

101% to 106%

1964-67

—

Apr 1-Oct 1 1964-67
2%s series N
Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-75—

101% to 104%

2Vis series O

101% to 102%
100% to 101 %
100% to 100%
100% to 96%

Jan

98% to. 94%
98%

—

t

.

,

1-July 1 1964-65

3s series p
Jun 1-Dec 1
3Vis series Q

1964-67

" 99

l.Pfe

tov 97%

98% to

95%

i 89% to

96

1964-72

100% to

97%

4%s series S
Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-72

100% to

99%

99% to

92%

to

96%

4%s series R
Jun

!

99% to

95%

99

to

94 %

99

to

92

98% to

92%

to

93%

99% to

15-Dec

15

1963-74

May 15-Nov 15 1964-75
4Vis series X
May 1 1964-75
4%s series Y Feb-Aug 1 1964-78

93%

99% to

Jun

100% to 104%

92%

100% to 100%

95%

99% to

100

4%s series W

97%

99% to

t*

93 %

99% to

earipc

1

5s series V

92

99% to

1-Dec

Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-73
4Vis series U
Feb 15-Aug 15 1964-74

91%

99% to

100

100% to 100
100% to 102
101

to 105%

100% to 101%
100 % to

98%

100% to

97%

100% to

97%

100% to

95 %

100

to

95%

100

to

94%

100% to

97%

100
to
100% to

96%
98%

98% to
to

96%
95%

100% to

99%

99% to

99%

09% to

98%

98%
98%
98% to

96%

Chicago St Paul M & O Ry—

3 Vis of 1951 July 1 1964-66-^—
3 %s of 1952 Jun 1 1964-67

4%s of 1953 July 1 1964-68
Cin

New

Oris

&

Texas

99

Pac Ry-

3%s series L (1st Inst)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-67
3%s series L (2nd inst)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-67

Delaware Lack & Western RR—
2%s series H
Mar 15-Sep 15 1964
2%s series I Apr 1 1964
2%s series J Apr 1 1964-65
3s series K Mar 1 1964-67
3%s series L Jan 15 1964-68
2%s series M
Feb 15-Aug 15 1964-69
3%s series N (1st inst)
May 15-Nov 15 1964-71
3%s series N (2nd inst)
May 15-Nov 15 1964-71

99

to

99% to

94%
93%

98% to

89%

99% to

92%

99% to

92%

99%

100% to

Denver St Rio Grande West RR—
2%s series^N
_

1964-78

k Last

98% to

.

% to 102%
100% to 104%
101% to 108

99% to

ollc

1

1

92 %

1964-65

99% to

96%

4%s (No 4 of 1963)
1-Dec

to

99

95%

98% to

1964-78
(No 3 of 1963)
Jan 15-July 15 1964-78

Jun

94

92

;

3%s (No 2 of 1963)
Jun

96

99% to

98% to
99% to

98%

Jun 1-Dec 1 1964-77
(No 1 of 1963)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-78

95%

to

4s series ZZ

2%s of 1949

4s

3%s (5th of 1952)
Apr 15-Oct 15 1964-67
for

to
to
to
to
to
to
99% to

96%

99

May 1-Nov 1 1964-68—

95%

98% to

(4th of 1952)
1-Sep 1 1964-67

Called

Oct 15 1964-73
5ViS (2nd of 1958 3rd part)
Oct 15 1964-73—
5%s of 1959 Jan 15 1964-'
5s of 1962 Apr 1 1964-77
4%s of 1963 Apr 15 1964-1978-

4s

Mar

•

.

98 Vi
98%
98 %
98%
99%
99%

98% to

instal) Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-72—
4Vis series WW
Jan 1-July 1 1964-73
4 Vis series XX
Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-74
4%s series. YY (1st part)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-75
4%s ser YY (2nd & final inst)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-75

98

Chicago Burlington & Qulncy RR—

Georgia—

3%s series W May 1 1964-67
3%s series X Nov 1 1964-67
3%s series Y Sep 1 1964-68
2%s series Z Aug 1 1964-69
3 %s series A Mar 1 1964-70
3y4s ser B Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-71
4%s ser C May 1-Nov 1 1964-71

i

90%

96

92%

pp

3%s series UU
Jan 1-July 1 1964-71
4s series VV (1st inst)
Feb 1-Aug l 1964-72
4%s series VV (2nd and final

98%

2%s

94

95 %
91%

95%

96%

98% to

2%s series TT
May 1-Nov 1 1964-69———

100% to 100%

98% to
98% to

99 % to

95%

Chicago & North Western Ry—

95 %

98% to

to

to

99% to

Mar 1-Sep 1 1964-67
3Vis series QQ
Mar 1-Sep 1 1964-67
3 Vis series RR
Jan 1-July 1 1964-69
2Vis series SS
Jan 1-July 1 1964-69

96%

99% to

96

99% to

% to

100

98%

Apr 1-Oct 1 1964-66

99

99y4tO

3 Vis of 1952 Apr 1-Oct 1 '64-'67
2%s of 1954 June 1 1964-1969—
2%s series P of 1954—

98

98

97%
96 y8

Bangor & Aroostook RR—

•

1964-65

to
98% to
99yato

1964-1972—
3%s (2nd and final)
Dec 1 1964-1972

•'

1

Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-67
3%s series J
Mar 1-Sep 1 1964-68
4%s series K
Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-72
5s series L July 22 1964-72

98%
98%

99

1-Dec

95%

98%

Apr 1-Oct 1 1964

98%

3Vis series I

95
95

100 y4 to
ioo y4 to

1-July 1 1964

95%
95

98%

2 Vis series LL
Jun 1-Dec 1 1963-65
2%s series MM
May 1-Nov 1 1964-65—
2%s series OO

100% to 102%
100% to 98%
100% to 99 %

2%s series H

98% to
99% to

2%s series HH
Apr 1-Oct 1 1964
2 Vis series J J
Mar 1-Sep 1 1964
2%s series KK

2%s series G

98%

1

Central of

1964-75

__

98% to

Chicago Milw St Paul & Pac RR—

Chicago & Eastern Illinois Ry—

97%

4y4s (1st install)
Dec

96%

07/oc

to

100

Baltimore & Ohio RR—
2 Vis series AA July 1 1964
2 Vis series BB Jan 1 1964-65
3s series CC Sept 1 1964-66
3s series DD March 1 1964-67
3yas series EE June 1 1964-67
Series FF—
3%s (1st & 2nd) Dec 1 '64-67
3%s (3rd inst) Dec 1 1964-67
Series GO—
1st & 2nd 3%s Jan 1 1964-71.
3rd St 4th 3%s Jan 1 1964-714y4s series HH Jan 1 1964-72
4s series II (1st install)
Feb 1 1964-72
4Vis series II (2nd install)
Feb 1 1964-72
Series JJ—

99%

98%

3%s (1st 1953) Oct 15 1964-68.

100 % to 101

-

99
100

2%s (1st 1949) Mar 1 1964
2%S of 1951 Mar 1 1964-66
3%s of 1952 Aug 15 1964-67

91%
93%
97 y8
98%

4%s of 1963 Aug 1 1964-78
414s of 1963 (2nd and final)
Aug 1 1964-1978
100% to

98

15-July 1964

Chicago Indianapolis & Louisv RR

100% to 100%

41/as of 1959 (1st part)
1st install Jun 1 1964-74
4%s of 1959 (2nd and final)

98%

Jan 1 1964-1977
4y8s series O Aug 15 1964-19774s series P Jan 15 1964-1978

4s series Q Mar 1 1964-1978
4yas series R Sep 1 1964-1978--

2nd & 3rd Jim 1 1964-72

94Vi

92%

100% to

4y8s 3rd of 1956 Oct 23 1964-71
3%s of 1957 Feb 25 1964-72
414s of 1957
1st install Jun 1 1964-72
4%S of 1957

100 Vi to 100%

97%

Jan

99% to
99 % to
100
to
100% to
99% to

3%s 2nd of 1956 Jun 4 1964-71
3%s 3rd of 1956 Oct 23 1964-71

Jane 30,1963
Bid Price

1963-1967

99% to

1st install Feb 20 1964-71

95%

99 % to

1964-70

95

99% to

—

1-July 1 1964-68

3S of 1955 Aug 1
3s of 1956

*

2%s (2nd 1949)

9914 to

Apr 1-Oct 1 1964-683%s -(3rd 1953)

serial issues, we are indicating the bid for the
lowest, and the bid for the highest maturity.

June

Bid Price

Chicago Great Western Ry-

of 1953
Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-68
314s (2nd 1953)
3s

value of the bonds since that date. For the
certificates issued since June 30, the bid prices
at the time of issuance are shown. For the

Alabama Great Southern RR—
4%s series K—

Jane 30,1963

Bid Price

100% to
n

Nominal,

r

1-O^t 1)1964

Apr
2Vis series

98%

Jun 1-Dec 1 1964
2%s series P
Jun 1 -Dec 1 1964-65

98%

98% to

96%

99

94%

3s series Q
99%
Canadian

Jun

1-Dec

dollar

1

value.

1964-66

to

98% to

May 1-Nov 1 1964-68
3%s series S (2nd installment)
May 1-Nov 1 1964-68.
2%s series T
1-Dec

97

Illinois Central RR (Cont)—
4%s series 1949
May 1-Nov 1 1964-75
4s series.' 50
Mar 1-Sep l 1964-75
4y8s series 1951 Dec 1 1964-75
4s series 52
Mar

98% to

1964-70

1

95 %

98% to

1

94%

99l/4 to

—

3 Vis series U

99% to 93%

May 1-Nov 1 1964-72

99% to

99V2to
100% to

92 Vi

3%s series W

1-Sep i 1964-73
4s ser X Mar 1-Sep 1 1964-74—
4%s series Y
Jun 1-Dec 1 1964-75
Mar

100% to 102%

4%s series Z
July 1 1964-76
4Vis series AA
Apr l-Oct 1
series

4s

Feb

100 % to 100
100 V* to

1964-77—

BB

w

97%

to

96%

100

97%
98 y8

to

96

99
98% to
99% to
99% to

96%
94%
94%

98% to

99

97

Great Northern RR

CC Aug 15 1964
DD Apr 1 1964-65-.
EE Feb 20 1964-68—

FF May 1 1964-69—

98%

2%s (2nd 1949) Mar 15 1964..
2%s (3rd 1949) May 15 1964..
2%s (4th 1949) July 15 1964
2%s (5th 1949) Oct 1 1964
2%s of 1950 Jan 1 1964-65
2%s (2nd 1950) Jun 15 1964-65
2%s (3rd 1950) Nov 15 1964-65
2%s of 1951 Jan 1 1964-66
3%s (2nd 1951) Dec 1 1964-66.
3%s of 1952 Feb 1 1964-67
3%s (2nd 1952) May 15 1964-67
3Vis (3rd 1952) Aug 15 1964-67
3%s of 1953 Jan 1 1964-68___
3%s (2nd 1953) Mar 15 1964-68
3%s of 1955 Sep 15 1964-70
4%S of 1957 Jan 1 1964-72
4%s (2nd 1957) Apr 1 1964-72.
5s (3rd 1957) Sep 16 1964-72..
5%s of 1960 Jun 1 1964-75
4%s of 1961 Feb 15 1964-76
4%s (2nd 1961) Jun 1 1964-76.
4%s of 1963 June 15 1964-78..

_

98% to
99% to
99
to

97

95Y4
92 Ya

Kansas City Southern Ry—
2%s series I
Feb 1-Aug 1 1964
2%s series J
May 1-Nov 1 1964
2%s series K Sep 1 1964-65

,

1964-78.

1-Aug 1

97%

Nashville Chatt & St Louis Ry—
2%s series E Feb 1 1964.
2Vis series F May 1 1964-652%s series G Feb 1 1964 67.
2%s series H Dec 15 1963-67

New York Central RR-—
2%s of 1949 Jan 1 1964

100% to

100% to

98%

2%s 2nd 1949 Sep 15 1964—
2y4s of 1950 Feb 15 1964-65.
International
2%s series
2%s series
3y4s series
2 %s series

98 Vi

99%

100

1-Sep 1 1964-76

99 % to

"

100% to

Indiana Harbor Belt RR—

95%

1-July 1 1964-71
3Vis series V

Monon Railroad—
4y4s (1st 1956) Nov 15 1964-71.

91%

Jan

Bid Price

Bid Price

Bid Price
Den & Rio Grande West (Con't)—
2%s series R
Jun X-Dec 1 1964-67
3-%s series S

Jane 30, 1963

Jane 30,1963

30,1963

June

Jun

Erie RR—

98%
—

98 Vs

•,"V.

—

98% to

96%

98% to

96
95 y8
95%
92 Va
94 y8

2%s of 1950
99yato
99y8tO
98 % to
99 y4 to

Jan 15-July 15 1964-65
3s of 1954 Jan 15 1964-69

3s of 1955 July 15 1964-70—3%s Of 1956 Jun 15 1964-71
4Vis 1957 Jan 1 1964-72

4Vis

99% to

96%
92
89

Louisville & Nashville RR—
2%s series K Sep 15 1964-66—

2%s series L July 15 1964-67—
3y4s series M Aug 15 1964-68—
2%s ser M (2nd) Aug 15 1964-68
3s series N Dec 15 1963-68
3s series O Mar 15 1964-71—3%s series P Nov 15 1964-71..
3%s series Q Jan 1'5 1964-73 —
3%s series R Mar 1 1964-73—
3%s series S Apr 15 1964-73—
4 %s series T Jan 15 1964-74..
4 y2s series IJ Jun 15 1964-74—
4%s series V Apr 1 1964-75
4%s series W May 15 1964-75—
4s series X Sep-- 1 1964-75
4 Vis series Y Nov 15 1964-75—
4 Vis series Z Jan 1 1964-76—
3%s series A A Mar 15 1964-76.
4y8s series BB Jun 15 1964-76.
4s series CC July 1 1964-77
4s series DD Sep 1 1964-77
4s series EE Mar 15 1968-1978.
3%s series FF June 1 1964-1978

91%
94%

(2nd 1957)

—

100% to 97%

July 15 1964-72
Great Northern Ry Co—
2s of 1949
Jun 1-Dec

i.

1 1964
2%s of 1950
Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-65
2%s of 1951
Apr l-Oct 1 1964-66

97%

—

98% to

to

99

97

96%

3s

(2nd 1951)
Jun 1-Dec 1
2%s of 1953

to

96%

99 y« to
99
to

94 y2

99

1964-66—

1-July 1 1964-68.
2%s of '54 Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-69
Jan

92%

2%s (2nd 1954)
1-Dec
of 1956

Jun

3%s

1

98% to

1964-69

Apr l-Oct 1 1964-71
33/4s of 1957 Mar 1-Sep 1 '64-72
4Vis (2nd of 1957)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-72
3Vis of '58 Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-73
4s (2nd of 1958)
Mar 1-Sep 1 1964-73
4y8s (3rd of 1958)
Jun 1-Dec 1 1964-73
4Vis of 1959
May 1-Nov 1 1964-73
of 1960
Feb 1-Aug

5s

1

91%

99% to
99 % to

93%

ioo y» to

99%

99% to

93%

95%

98%

May 10 1964-72
4y4s series B Aug 26 1964-73—

Mar

3y8s series A
Jan 1-July 1
2%s series B
Feb 1-Aug 1

100% to 101

_

100

to

96

to

97

to

95%

4y8s of 1963
4s

Mar 1 1964-1978
(2nd of 1963)
Jun 1 1964-1978

Gulf Mobile & Ohio RR—
2Vis series E Feb 15 1964.
3s series

98%

F

99% to

Apr l-Oct 1 1964-65
3y8s series G
Mar 1-Sep 1 1964-68,
4y«s series H
Jan 1-July

99% to

.1-

100% to

1 1964-72:

series D
Feb 1-Aug 1

88

Apr l-Oct 1 1964-78—

Illinois Central RR—
2%s series FF
Apr l-Oct 1 1964-66

99%
97

95%

ioo y8 to
100% to

95%

99

to

99 Va to

May 1-Nov 1 1964-66
2%s series HH
Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-67

96%

96%

_

95%

98% to

94%

99% to
99% to

94%
94%

90%

to

90%
93%

99% to

91%

to

97%

99

1 1964-71

100

1 1964-72
4%s series 44
May 1-Nov 1 1964-72
4Vis series 45
Jan 1-July 1 1964-73—

100% to

98%

100% to

_

Apr l-Oct 1 1964-74

...

99

100

4Vis series 46

series 48
Mar 1-Sep 1 1964-74.

90%

99% to

,

98% to
98% to

Mar 1-Sep 1 1964-69—
2%s series 39
Apr l-Oct 1 1964-69.
2%s series 40
Jan 1-July 1 1964-70
3%s series 41
Jan 1-July 1 1QKd.-71

to

97%

100% to

96%

4%s

a

Called




for redemption,

.

100 Va to 101

see page

94.

b Basis,

100% to

98%
97 V*

99% to

98%

99% to

96%

99% to

97 y8

99% to
99% to

96%
95%

99% to
99% to
98% to

97

92%

98% to

90%

99% to

91%

Jun 1-Dec 1 1964-71
3%s (2nd of 1956)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-71
3%s of 1957
Mar 15-Sep 15 1964-72
3%s of 1958

99% to

93%

99% to

93%

99% to

95%

Feb 15-Aug 15 1964-73
4%s of 1959
Jan 15-July 15 1964-74
4%s of '60 May 1-Nov 1 1964-75
4%s of '62 Feb 15-Aug 15 '64-72

99% to

94%

N Y Chicago
2s of 1949

& St Louis RR—

Apr 15-Oct
2%s of 1950
-

"

Jun

3s

of

15 1964

15-Dec
1951

15

1963-65..

Jan 15-July 15 1964-66.
3 V'as of 1952
Jan 1-Julv 1 1964-67

2%s of 1953 Oct 1 1964-67
3%s (2nd 1953) Dec 15 1963-67
3%s (3rd 1953) July 15 1964-68
2%s of 1954 Sep 1 1964-68
2%s (2nd of 1954)
May 1-Nov 1 1964-69
2%s of 1955
Jun 15-Dec 15 1963-70
3%s of 1956

4%s (2d '62) Mar 1-Sep

1164^2

97%

100% to

97%

100% to

97%

100 % to
100 Va to

98%

98%
100% to 101

N Y New Haven & Hartford RR—

99% to
—

97%

98% to

2%s (1st 1949) Feb 15 1964_
2%s (2nd 1949) Dec 1 1964
3%s (1st 1953) May 1 1964-68
3%s series A (1st 1954)

95%

Jan

3s

98% to

95%
3s

98% to

95

1 1964-69

series B

(1954 No 1)

—

(1955 No 1)
Jan 1 1964-70
4%s (1956 No 1)

99
to
99% to

——

98% to

66

96% to

67%

to

60%

96% to

57%

95

Jan 1 1964-69
(1954 No 2)
Oct 1 1963-69-

95 %
93

3s

91%

95

to

56

1964-71

95

to

59%

5Vis (1956 No 2)
May 1 1964-71

95

99

to

62 y4

99% to

95%

99% to

93%

100% to

98%

100% to

99%

July
98%
98%
98% to

96%

99

to

99%
99%
99 y8
99%

to

96
97 %
96

1

97

98% to

to
to

95%

to
99% to
99% to
99% to
99
to

95%

99% to

91 %
91%
92%
93 Ya
100
93

99 y4 to
99 Vi to
99 y4 to

ioo ya to
99% to
99% to

95%
97 %

93%

91%

94%

99% to

95%

to
to
to
to
99% to
100% to
100% to

97 %
100 %

100 Va to
100
to

97%
98%

100% to
100
to
99% to

97%
94%
94%

100

to

94%

100% to

Aug 15 1964-1971
4%s series F (final instal)
Aug 15 1964-71
:
4%s series G Jan 15 1964-72
4%s series H Jun 1 1964-72
4%s series I Sep 1 1964-72
3%s series J Jan 15 1964-73
4Vis series K Sep 1 1964-73..
4%s series L Aug l 1964-74..—
5y8s series M Oct 15 1964-74
5s ser N (1st part) Jun 1 '64-75
4%s series N (2nd part)
Jun 1 1964-75
4%s series O Feb 1 1964-76

k Last sale,

100% to 102%

98%

2%s series XX Mar 15 1964-69.
2%s series YY Jan 1 1964-70_
3s series ZZ Feb 1 1964-70
3%s series A Jun 15 1964-70
3%s series B Sep 1 1964-70
3y2s series C Jan 1 1964-71
3%s series D Apr 15 1964-71
3%s series E Jun 1 1964-71
3%s series F (1st instal)

f Flat price,

97%

100% to

98%

2%s series LL Apr 15 1964
2%s series MM Aug 15 1964
2%s series NN Apr 1 1964-65—
2%s series OO Jun 1 1964-65—
2%s series PP Feb 1 1964-66—
3%s series QQ Dec 15 1963-66.
3%s series RR Mar 1 1964-67—
3s series SS May 1 1964-67
3y«s series TT July 1 1964-67—
3Vis series TTTJ Mar 2 1964-68—
3%s series W Jun 15 1964-68.
3y8s series WW Jan 15 1964-69.

4Vis series P May 1 1964-76
4s series Q May 1 1964-77
4s series R Jan 1 1964-78
4s series S (1st Inst)
May 1-Nov 1 1964-78
4%s series S (2nd & final)
May 1-Nov 1 1964-78

100% to

4%s of '63 Apr 15 1964-78

Missouri Pacific RR—

99%

99% to

2%s series 35
May 1-Nov 1 1964-67
3s series 36
Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-68
3s series 37
Mar 1-Sep l 1964-68
2%s series 38

4s

—

15-July 15 1964-67
3%s of 1956 Sep 1 1964-71

3s series GG

1964-73

1964-72

99%

100% to

4y8s series M Aug 1 1964-1978.

to

100% to 100

May 15-Nov 15 1964-66
3%s of 1952

100% to

15 1964-77-

1-Dec 1
series 47

92 Va

95%

100% to

Apr l-Oct 1 1964-77
4s series L

Jun

:

Jan

1-Sep 1 1964-76

3s series 42
Mar 1-Sep
4s series 43
Jan 1-July

99

Jan 1-July 1 1964-66
2%s (2nd 1951)

4y«s series J
Jan 15-July
4s series K

1964-69

Missouri-Kansas-Texas RR—
2%s of 1949
Feb 1-Aug 1 1964
2 %s (2nd 1949)
Apr l-Oct 1 1964
2%s (3rd 1949)
Jun 15-Dec 15 1963-64
2y8s of 1950
Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-65
2%S of 1951

4%s series I
Mar

100% to

4%s

96%

100

—

99%
97%

ioo y4 to

95%

100 y8 to

98%
98%
98%
99 % to 98 y4
99 Va to 97%
98% to 97%
$8
to 96%
99% to 96 %
98% to 97
99% to 96%
99
to 95%
98% to 95%
99 Vi to 94%
99% to 96%
99% to 93 %
100 Ya to 98 %
100
to 96%
100% to 100%
100% to 101%

92%

to 97%
100% to 101
100% to 101%
ioo y2 to 101
100 Va to 96%
100% to 97%
to 97 y4
100
99% to 93%
ioo y4 to 97%
100 Va to 95%
100 Va to 95%
to 95%
100
to 94%
100

99 y4 to

4VaS series C
May 1-Nov 1 1964-71

100

May 1 1964-77..

99% to
100

1964-67

.

1964-76__

99% to

Ste Marie RR—

100% to 104%

1-Sep 1 1964-75

91 y2
97 ya
94 %
94

Minneapolis St Paul & Saulte

100% to 105%

1964-75

99% to
ioo y8 to
99% to

4%s series A

100% to -97%
100y4to

to
99
99% to
98 y2 to
99% to

Minneapolis & St Louis Ry—

4%s (2nd of 1960)
4s of 1961
Mar 1-Sep 1
4s of 1962

55

RAILROAD EQUIPMENT TRUST CERTIFICATES

December, 1963

98%

100%
ioo y8
100%
100%

100%
100 %
93%
98%
101%
101% to 105 %
100% to 104%

n Nominal,

r

Norfolk & Western Ry—
3%s series A (1st & 2nd instal)
Feb 1-Aug

1 1964-72

3%s series A (3rd instal)
Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-72
4%s series B (3rd part)
Jun 1-Dec 1 1964-72
4Vis series B (3rd part)
Jun 1-Dec 1 1964-72

4%s series C (1st part)
May 1-Nov 1 1964-72
3%s series C (2nd part)
May 1-Nov 1 1964-72
3%s series C (3rd & final 1958)
May 1-Nov 1 1964-72
3Vis series D (1st instal)
Apr l-Oct 1 1963-73
3%s ser D (2nd & final Instal)
Apr l-Oct 1 1963-73
4s series E (1st instal)
Apr l-Oct 1 1963-73
3%s series E (2nd instal)
Apr l-Oct 1 1963-73
3%s series F (1st Instal)
May 1-Nov 1 1964-73
4s series F (2nd instal)
May 1-Nov 1 1963-73
...
4Vis series G (1st instal)
Apr l-Oct 1 1963-74.'
4%s series G (2nd instal)
Apr l-Oct 1 1963-74
4%s series H Aug 1 1964-76
3%s series I Jan 1 1964-78
4s series J May 1
4s series K July 1

1964-78
1964-1978

4%s (2nd & final)
July 1 1964-1978
;;= 4%s series L Nov 1

Canadian dollar value.

1964-78—•

100% to 100%
to

96%

99% to

92%

99% to

91%

99% to

96%

99% to

97%

99% to

96%

to

96%

100% to

97%

99% to

98 y4

100

100

100

to 101%
97%

100% to
ioo y. to

95%

100% to
ioo y4 to

96 y4
94%

100
to
100% to

99%

98%

56

RAILROAD EQUIPMENT TRUST CERTIFICATES
June 30, 1963
Bid Price

Northern Pacific Ry—
2%s of 1949 Mar 15

1964

2%s (2nd 1949) Jun 15 1964
2y8S (3rd 1949) Nov 1 1963-64
2%s of 1951 Mar 30 1964-66..
3s (2nd 1951) Nov 30 1964-66—
2%s of 1952 Dec 16 1963-67
2%s Of 1954 May 14 1964-69
2%s (2nd 1954) Aug 10 1964-69
2%s of 1955 Jan 18 1964-70
3s (2nd 1955) Jun 16 1964-70—
3s (3rd 1955) July 14 1964-70—
3%s (4th 1955) Dec 20 1963-70
3Y*B of 1956 Feb 16 1964-71

3%S (2nd 1956) July 12 1964-71
4%s of 1957 Jan 17 1964-72
4%s (2nd 1957) Jun 12 1964-72
3%s of 1958 Jan 9 1964-73
3%s (2nd 1958) May 8 1964-73.
4%s of 1959 Mar 12 1964-74

4%s
4%s
4%s
3%s
4y4s

(2nd 1959) July 30 1964-74

of 1960 Jan 7 1964-75
(2nd 1960) Apr 28 1964-75
(3rd 1960) Sep 15 1964-75
of 1961 Aug 23 1964-76—
3%s of 1962 Jun 14 1964-77
3%s of 1963 Jan 10 1964-78—

98 y8
98%
99(4
99 yB
98%
99 Ya
98%
98%
99%
99 y8
99'/a
99%
99%
99%
100 y8
100%
99%
99%
100%

Louis-San Francisco Ry—
%s series D Mar 15 1964
2(4s series E Dec 1 1964
2%s series F May 1 1964-65
2%s series H Dec 1 1964-65
2%s series I Aug l 1964-66
3y8s series J Dec 15 1963-66
2%s series K Dec 1 1964-67
3%s series L Jun 1 1964-68
2

to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to

to
to

to
to

95

91%
92(4
91%
92%
92%
93%
92%
94%

3s series M Jan

to

100% to
to
99% to

100

1

1964-69

2%s series I Feb 1 1964-66
2%s ser J Apr 1-Oct 1 1964-66
3s ser K May 15-Nov 15 1964-66
2%s series L and M Jun l-Dec 1
1964-67
;
3s ser N May 15-Nov 15 1964-68
2%s ser O Jun 1-Dec 1 1964-69
3s series P (1st part)
Nov 1 1964-70.
;
2%s series P (2nd part)
Nov 1 1964-70

95

95(4

.

....

3%s series Q (1st instal)
Oct 1 1964-71—
4s series Q (2nd instal)
Oct 1 1964-71
4y4s series R (1st & 2nd instal)
Aug 1 1964-72:
3%s series R (3rd & final)
—

Pennsylvania RR—
2%s series W Nov 1 1963
2%s series X May 1 1964
2%s series Y Jan 1 1964-65

Aug 1 1964-72
4%s series s

98%
to

99

Apr 1-Oct 1 1964-71
3%s series FF (2nd instal)
Apr 1-Oct 1 1964-71

97%
96%
96%

99% to

94 y8

99% to
99 Ya to
98% to
99 y2 to

94%
91%
90 y4
91%
92%
91%

99% to

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 (4 s series DD Nov 1 1964-70—
3V4s series EE Jan 1 1964-71
3y0s series FF "(1st instal)
1

98% to
98% to

99% to

2y4s (Z 2nd) Apr 1 1964-65
2%s (Z 2nd) Apr 1 1964-65
3s series AA (1st part)
Mar

99 y4

95%

99 Yb to

Jan

1-July 1 1964-72

100

3%s series HH
Apr 1-Oct 1 1964-72

to

99% to

4 %s ser II Jun 1-Dec 1

1964-72

Peoria & Eastern Ry—
2%s Of 1950 Nov- 15 1964-65—

ioo y4 to

98% to

1st & 2nd instal Jun 1 1964-74

98%

_

_

Pittsburgh & Lake Erie RR—
3s (2nd
2%s of
3s (2nd
3%S of
3%s of

1951) Nov 15 1964-66—
1952 Apr 15 1964-67

98% to

1952) Aug 1 1964-67
1953 Sep 1 1964-68
1956 Nov 15 1964-71—.
3%s of 1957 Feb 15 1964-72
3%s (2nd 1957) Apr 15 1964-72
4y4s (3rd 1957) Aug 15 1964-72
4%s (4th 1957) Nov 1 1964-72
3%S of 1958 Feb 1 1964-73
3s (2nd 1958) May 15 1964-73
4s (3rd 1958) Oct 15 1964-73—
4y4s of 1959 May 1 1964-74
4%s (2nd 1959) Sep 15 1964-74

99y8 to
99% to
100 Va to
99% Ot
99% to
100% to

4s of 1960 Oct 1

1964-75

99

to

100% to
99% to
99% to

96%
95 Ya
95%
95%
97 Ye

95%
94%
99%

99%
93
89
97%

100 y4 to
ioo y4 to 98%
100% to 102 Yb
iooy4 to 96 %

Reading Co—
2%s series R
Apr 15-Oct 15 1964-65—
Ol/.C

CPTIPC

Jun

Jun

15-Dec

15

1-Dec 1

cpfipo

99

1963-65

—_

cpt*i pc

Feb
*J lAe

1964-68—

94%

94%
88%

98% to

89%

99y4to
99% to

1-July 1 1964-72

99% to

value.
y Ex-stock dividend.

-

a

Southern Ry—
2%s series QQ
Apr 1-Oct 1 1964
2%s series RR
Jun 15-Dec 15 1963-64
2%s series SS
Mar 15-Sep 15 1964-67..
3s series TT
Feb 1-Aug 1 1964-68
4y8s series TJU (1st instal)
Jan 15-July 15 1964-67
3%s series UU (2nd instal)

9iy4
93%

93%
-

99% to

2%s series DD Apr 1 1964-65—
2%s series FF Mar 15 1964-69.
par

Southern Pacific Co—
2%s series AA Apr 1 1964
2%s series BB July 1 1964
2y8s series CC Nov 1 1964
2y8s series DD Jan 1 1964-65—
2%s series EE Apr 1 1964-66-u.
3y8s series FF July 1 1964-66—
2%s series GG Sep 1 1964-66
3%s series JJ July 1 1964-68—
3%s series KK Sep 1 1964-68—
3s series LL Nov 1 1964-68
2%s series MM Jan 1 1964-69—
2%s series NN Apr 1 1964-69..
2%s series OO Sep 1 1964-69—
2%s series PP Dec 1 1964-69
2%s series QQ Mar 1 1964-70..
3yas series RR Sep 1 1964-70—
3y4s series SS Jan 1 1964-71—
3y2s series TT May 1 1964-71—
3%s series UU Aug 1 1964-71—
4s series W Nov 1 1964-71
4Vis series WW Jan 1 1964-72..
4%s series XX Jun 1 1964-72—
4%s series YY Aug 1 1964-72..
4V2s series ZZ Oct 1 1964-72
3V2s series No 1 Dec 1 1964-72
3y4s series- No 2 Mar 1 1964-73
4y8s series No 3 Feb 1 1964-74.
4y4s series No 4 Mar 1 1964-74.
4%s series No 5 Jun 1 1964-74.
4%s series No 6 Aug 1 1964-74.
4%s series No 7 Nov 1 1964-74.
4%s series No 8 Feb 1 1964-75.
4Vis series No 9 Jun 1 1964-75.
4y8s series No 10 Aug 1 1964-75
4y4s series No H Feb 1 1964-76
4s series No 12 Mar 1 1964-76
4y4s series No 13 Jun 1 1964-76
4%s series No 14 Dec 1 1964-76
4%s series No 15 Feb 1 1964-77
4s series No 16 Mar 1 1964-77
4s series No 17 Jun 1 1964-77
37/aS series No 18 Sep 1 1964-77
3%s series No 19 Jan 1 1964-78
4s series No 20 Mar 1 1964-78.
4s series No 21 May 1 1964-78.
4VaS series No 22 Sen 1 1964-78
4s series No 23 Nov 1 1964-78

Jan

St. Louis Brownsville & Mex Ry—
2%s series CC Aug 15 1964




99 ' to

V

4%s series Z (2nd instal)
Jan 1-July 1 1964-72

•Without

93%

98% to

3%s series Y (1st instal)
May 15-Nov 15 1964-71
4s series Y (2nd instal)
May 15-Nov 15 1964-71
4%s series Z (1st instal)
Jan

98% to

xv

Apr 1-Oct 1 1964-70

•-

95%

99y8 to

...'

1-Aug 1 .1964-70

cpripc

to

"it

Apr 1-Oct 1 1964-68
*)tic

95%

C

2%s series T
Apr 15-Oct 15 1964-67
3%s series U
o l/,c

97% to

Called

94 Va

98%

98% to

97

99

91%

for

to

redemption,

94.

kLast

sale,

97

96

93%

Texas & Pacific Ry—
2%s series P Jan 1 1964-65
3s series R Jan 1 1964-66
3s series S April 1 1964-68
3%s series T Apr 1 1964-69—
4%s series U May 1 1964-75—
4%s series V 1964-1978

99 % to
97%
99% to
94%
99% to
97%
100 % to 100 Vb
100% to 98%

96%

Virginian Ry—
2%s series B July 1 1964-67—

98% to

94%

99V4 to
99 y4 to
99% to

94%

98% to
ggy8 to
98% to

95%
94%
91%

99% to

95%

+'o

92%

98%
98%
98%
98 y4 to
98 y4 to

98% to

96%
96%

99

93%

91%

99% to

96V*

96%
96
96 Ya

27/as
2%s
3%s
3%s

series C Feb 1 1964-68—
series D Feb 1 1964-69—
series E Oct 1 1964-71.—
series F (1st instal)

April 15 1964-72

gg

100V4 to

2%S (1st C) Jun 1 1964-65
2%s (2nd C) Jun 1 1964-65
2%s series D
Jan 1-July 1 1964-68
3%s series E Sept 1 1964-68
2%s series F May 1 1964-70—
3s series G April 1 1964-71

98

100% to

Wabash Ry—
2%s (1st B) Mar 1 1964
2s (2nd B) Mar 1 1964
l%s (3rd pt) Mar 1 1964

99%

4s

94%

to

99

99 Yb to

series H (1st instal)
Jan 15 1964-72

93

93%
90%
9oy8

to

98% to
99% to

96y8

4%s series H (2nd instal)
Jan

100% to 101
100% to 102
100% to

99%
98%

96%
95y4
96%

98Va
98%
97%
99

.

to

96%
97%

100 Va to 100 y2
100% to 98%

1964-72

101

Western Maryland Ry—
2 (4s series N Mar 15 1964-65—
2%s series O Oct 31 1964-65—
3s series P July 1 1964-66
3%s series Q Jun 15 1964-68
3s series R Dec 15 1963-68
3%s series S Jun 1 1964-71—
3%s series T Oct 1 1964-71—
3%s series U May 1 1964-72—
4%s series V July 15 1964-75
4(4s series W Nov 15 1964-78—

to 103%

98% to
98 y8 to

96y8
96(4

99 Ya to

97

96%
99% to
94(4
99% to 93%
100
to 96%
99% to
95%
100% to 100%
100% to 99%
99 Ya to

97 Va

99ya to
99 y4 to
987/8 to

15

4(4s series I Oct 1 1964-72
47/as series J Sept 1 1964-74

99% to
99V2 to
987/a to

Wisconsin Central Ry—
4s series D
Jun

96
97%
96%

99y4 to

94%
927/8

99

1

1-Dec

1964-68

100

47/8s ser E Apr 1-Oct 1 1964-72
4%s series F

to

98%

1007/a to 103Va

92

to

98% to 91%
98%to 917/8
99y4 to 92y8
99*% to 93ya
99% to 93%
99% to 94%
99% to 95y2
100y4 to 98

100% to 102 y8

Apr 1-Oct 1 1964-73..

OVER-THE-COUNTER

RAILROAD STOCKS

Values

as

of Nov. 29,

Par

1963

Akron Canton & Youngstown..
Alabama Great Southern—

Ordinary
6% participating preferred

*

30

41

50

93

96

-50

93

96

44
55

48

to 102Yb
1007/8 to 103y8
101% to 104ya

Albany & Vermont gtd
100
Atlanta & West Point
s
100
Certificates or participating
Baltimore & Cumberland Valley
RR Extension Co guaranteed
50
Bessemer and Lake Erie RR—
$1.50 preferred
;
_50
$3 preferred
50

100%
100 »/4
100y4
100Yb

Boston & Albany (gtd NYC)
Central RR Co of N J

100

Chicago Burlington & Quincy
Cincinnati Inter-Terminal—
4% preferred gtd—

_

100y8 to 99%
100% to 100%
100% to 10iy4
1007/8 to 101 Ya
99% to 93%

99%
100
100y8
100%

to
to
to

9iy2

977/a
977/a

to 103
to 98y2
to 97y2
to 987/a
100
to
96%
100y4 to 98>/4
100% to

987/s

100Ye to 100
100
to 96%
100% to 957/8
100
to 95Vi
997/8 to 95J/4
100
to 96
100% to 97'/4
100Yb to 98ya
100Yb to 96%

Cine New Orl
Common

&
-

1%
55

3%
58

36

71

100

143
15
150

155

100

80

83

100
98

103

50

53

155
76

160
80

26
3

29

50

150
18

Texas Pacific—
2o

...

5%

preferred—
100
Clearfield & Mahoning gtd
.50
Cleve Cine Chicago & St Louis—
Common gtd
100
5% non-cum preferred gtd
100
Colorado & Southern common:
Consol RRs of Cuba 6% pfd
Cuba RR 6% non-cum pfd

100

100
100

99V* to

95%

Dayton & Michigan common gtd_50
8% preferred gtd
50
Delaware & Bound Brook gtd
25

99»/4 to

95

Delaware (gtd Penn)

997/8

Detroit & Mackinac Ry com

99

5% non-cum preferred
Detroit Manufacturers gtd

1%

3%
2

98y2

99% to

100y8 to

15-July 15 1964-67

page

96%
96%
94%

98%

99% to

4Vis series VV (1st instal)
Apr 15-Oct 15 1964-76
4Vss series W (2nd instal)
Apr 15-Oct 15 1964-76
4s series WW
Apr 16-Oct 16 1964-77.
;
4Vis series YY
Jan 2-July 2 1964-77
4%s series YY (2nd instal)
Jan 2-July 2 1964-77
4s series ZZ (1st inst)
Feb 15-Aug 15 1964-78
4s series ZZ (2nd instal)—
Feb 15-Aug 15 1964-78
4%s series AAA (1st instal)
Mar 16-Sep 16 1964-78
4s series AAA (2nd & final)
Mar 16-Sept 16 1964-78
see

98% to

96

96%

—

95

95%

96%

98% to
99 y8 to
98% to
99ya to

4y4s series V Feb 1 1964-77
100Yb to
4s series V (2nd part)
Feb 1 1964-77
100% to
3%S series W Feb 1 1964-78—99% to
4s series W (2nd part)
Feb 1 1964-78
100% to

97%

97y8

98%
98% to

ggi/2 to

4%s series T May 1 1964-75.—
4y8s series TJ Aug 1 1964-75

4%s series GG

98 y8
99 y8 to

99 Ya

2%s series H Sep 1 1964-65

...

to
to

to
to
to
99% to
99% to

2y8s series G Apr 1 1964-65—

94%
99%
103(4
104 y8
98%
95%
98%

Spokane Portland & Seattle Ry—
2%S Of 1949 Apr 1 1964
3%s of 1957 Apr 1-Oct 1 '64-72

98%
97%
98 %
97%
98%
99%
98%

Seaboard Air Line Ry—
2%s series E Jan 1 1964
2%s series F June 1 1964

to 101
to 96%

100% to
100% to
ioo y» to
100

97%
96%
96%

to 100%
to
to

Jane 30,1963
Bid Price

Jane 30, 1963
Bid Price
St

25
100
100
100
100
50

28

72
33
37

30
75

35
39

61

65
60
70
50

75

987/8

75
55

100% to

97%

100 y8 to

55

38
59

50

41

44.

Fairport Painesville & East'n RR 20
First RR & Banking
1
Ft Dodge Des Moines & Sth Ry
10
Fort Wayne <& Jackson RR—
5Va% preferred gtd
100

24

27

17%
4V4

—

95%

100% to

98%

100% to

97 %

100

to

95%

100

to

to

98ya

100% to

97%

Genesee &

n

gtd

35

18%

95%

100

;

Dover & Rockaway gtd
East Pennsylvania gtd
Elmira & Williamsport com gtd
50
Preferred gtd
—
—50

Erie & Kalamazoo

100% to

Nominal,

r

Wyoming

100

Green Bay & Western
100
Hudson & Manhattan RR Co—
Class B
10

Canadian

dollar

value,

t New

stock,

x

84

88

200
82

210
84

56

58%

Ex-dividend,

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL
Par

Stocks—
Kalamazoo

Allegan is Grand

Rapids RR

100

Kansas City Southern common
•
Kan Okla is Gull Ry 6% pld A-100

Bid

Ask

84
84
85

28

35'/a

38

gtd

Special gtd betterment stock—50

Louisville Henderson & St Louis—
5 % non-cumulative preferred-100

Mahoning Coal RR common
5% pfd (gtd N V Central)
Maine Central common

50

50

100

100
100

5% preferred

Massawippi Valley gtd
Michigan Central gtd

100
100

Central

75

Pittsfield is North Adams gtd
Providence & Worcester gtd

Class B
Mobile & Birmingham—
4% non-cum preferred

640

50

100
650

Richmond Fredericksburg Ss
Potomac RR common

700

45
42
82

103
750

100
25

(gtd L & N)
25
Hartford RR—
100

Unstamped

N Y New Haven is
Common

59& series A preferred
100
N Y Susquehanna <Ss Western—
Common vtc
*

57»

preferred

North Carolina (gtd Sou RR)
Northern RR of N H gtd
Norwich <Ss Worcester pfd gtd
Ontario & Quebec gtd

6%
7 7c guaranteed
Roch & Genesee Valley

Rutland &

*

n

No

par

Nominal,

r




135
65

100

70

80

25
RR gtd.100
Whitehall gtd
100

112
112
112
112
50

53

Exchange. J583
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
N Y Stock Exchange
1,366
Boston. Stock Exch
97

—

55
57

St Louis Southwestern Ry
57c non-cum preferred

78

35
35

com_100

Saratoga is Schenectady gtd
Stony Brook gtd

80

38
38

%

11

1%

lVa

28

100

35

100
100

140
80
45

145
85
55

100

100

104

Tennessee Ala & Georgia vtc
Tennessee Central Ry common
7 7c
convertible preferred
Texas is Pacific Ry

Troy is Gr'bush (gtd N Y

100
100
100
5
5
100
100

137
93
65

20
24
60
85

_

22
27
73
90
48

44

.100

81
75

85

100

105
50

110
53

50
40
12
100

value. } 583 regular members and 306 associate members, a Called for
Canadian dollar value,
t New stock, x Ex-dividend, y Ex-stock dividend.

,

10,000

650

400

650

7,500

5,000

9,000

850

700

950

1,700

1,600

2,800

750

500

800

200,000185,000 215,000

1,500

1,100

2,250
8,000
16,500
3,900

Trade.1,402
500
Chicago Merc Exch

r9,900
14,900
3,050

3,000

12
11
54

8,000
1,000
4,000

3,600

4,000

5,750 5,000
10-,500
3,500

5,500
11,000

Canadian Stock Exch.

96

Chicago Bd of

Cincinnati Stock Exch

...

City (Bd of Tr)
Memphis Cotton Exch
Midwest Stock Exch
Minn Grain Exchange
Montreal Stock Exch.

211
175
400
446

78

,

„

_

r40,0G0

New Orl Cotton Exch
Pac Coast Stock Exch
Los Angeles division
San Fran division—

480

150

80
80

.

.

7,000

200
59

Kans

Phila-Balt-Wash
Stock Exchange

Pittsburgh Stock Exch
Stock Exch
Spokane Stock Exch.
Toronto Stock Exch
Winnipeg Grain Exch
Salt Lake

51
7
65

75,000

_

98
68

Cent)_50

Vermont is Mass gtd.,
Wabash RR common
Ware River RR
West Jersey is Seashore gtd
Western Maryland RR—
17c 1st preferred
5 7c 1st preferred
Western Ry of Alabama

63,50031,000
9,500 8,500

Amer Stock
N Y Cocoa

Limited membership
Detroit Stock Exch

700

$

S

$

■

7%

33

100

100

140
70

25
25
25

obligations
guaranteed

Dividend

530

Nashville & Decatur—

Original (gtd L & N)

122

190
126

published below does not

necessarily indicate that the transaction has been
consummated.
No.
Last Sale Bid
Ask

Regular membership
6%

490

gtd

102

103

99

Missouri Pacific RR Co—

Reorganization Issues—

97
180

100

EXCHANGE SEATS
NOTE: The last sale

mm mm

54

100

is Northern
Pittsburgh Fort Wayne is
Chicago common gtd

90

51

Philadelphia Germantown is
Norristown RR gtd
.
50
Phila is Trenton (gtd Pa RR)—100

1963

As

Bid

Par
100
100

Stocks—
Peoria <Ss Bureau Valley
Peoria is Eastern Ry

88
88
90

26
72

SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29,

Piedmont

20
50

Lake Superior is Ishpemlng
Little Miami original gtd

Mississippi

57

RAILROAD STOCKS

December, 1963

11

70

__

25

100

_____

250

37,000
135

200

9,000
7,50012,000

15/0 00

8,000

6,000

8,000

100

100

41

750

11

400

~350

~7o5

113 rlOl,000 55,000 100,000
400
424
r275

redemption, see page 94. b Basis, f Flat

price. kLast sale,

58

Public Utilities
(Includes street and electric railways, gas, electric power, water, telegraph, telephone and bridge companies)
NOTICE—All

bond

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963
prices are "and interest" except where marked "I" and income and

Bonds—

Bid

OVER-THE-COUNTER
PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS

91%

1st mtge 3%s
Alabama Power
1st mtge 3%s
1st mtge 3%s
1st mtge 3%s

A-O

94%

A-O
J-D
M-s
A-O
__M-N
J-D
_M-S
M-N
tf-J

87%
88%
85%
86%

1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st

__

__

Co—

1977
1978
1981.
mtge 3%s 1982__
mtge 4%s 1983
mtge 3%s 1985—.—
mtge 3%s 1986
mtge 4%s 1987
mtge 37/aS 1988
mtge 47/as 1989
mtge 5s 1990
mtge 4%s 1991
mtge 4%s 1992
mtge 4%s 1993

.

-

..

1st
M-N
1st
A-O
1st
M-S
1st
J-D
1st
_M-N
American Gas Co ynits
American Gas & Elec 3%s '77-J-D
American Telephone & Teleg—
2%s debentures 1970
j-d
32 year 4%s debs 1992M-N
37 year 4%s debs 1998:
J-D
32 year 4%s debs 1994_S
;_F-A
34 year 4%s debs 1996
—A-O

96
87

101%
91%
103%
104

100%
99 %
99 %
24

25

88%

90%
104 Vb
104%
102%
99%
100

•6-year 4%s debentures 1999-M-N

__

104%
104%
100%
100%

Appalachian Electric Power—
1st

1st
1st
1st

mtge 3 VaS 1977_
mtge 2%s 1980
mtge 3%s 1981
mtge 3%s 1982
mtge 3%s 1983
mtge 4%s 1987

j-d
M-S

93%

A-O

•_

87
82

^-D

88%

_____j-d
m-s

101%

101%

A-O
J-J
p-A

83 %

1st mtge 3%s 1974
1st mtge 27as 1977
1st mtge 3Vas 1978

104

98%
88%

85%

81%
89%

95%
98%
103
82
82

84%
101 %
92 %
101 %

101%.
99%

98%
84%
86

99
98

.•

104%

__

92%
91%

1971—

—

65

70

94
89'%

.

.

90%

94

90%

91 %

86
93
94

94

101%

104

97%
100
page

98%
101

94.

109
103
117

172
149

95%
87%
86
105

79%
102%

94%
104%
98%

84%
96%
103%
101 %
90%
.

89

104

M-S
M-N
M-N

M-S
A-O
M-N

M-N

89
86

104%
106

89%
88
83%
88%
83
84
94%
104
86%

84%
82
88%
87

84%
102

81 %
97
99%

4%s debentures 1998
F-A
Ches & Potomac Tele Co of W Va—
5s debentures 2000
M-S

99%
106

Chesapeake Utilities Corp—

Ex-interest,

f Flat

A-O

J-J
-M-N

Ask

—

__

82
—

90%
101%

104
100

102'A
99

99

86%
84%
95%
100

85%

81%
87%
90%

—

4%s
4%s

s

f debentures 2004

s

f

s
s

debentures

.A-O

98%

102'A
76

J-J

91%

J-J

2008

f debentures 2009
f debentures 2011

102%
104%

J-D

Community Public Service Co—
1st mtge 4%s series G 1993—J-J
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—J-J
1st & ref 4%s ser P 1990
F-A

101

98%
88%

92'%
104'A

__

Consolidated Edison Co of N Y—
1st & ref 4%s ser X 1992
J-D
All other bonds listed NYSE

100

J-J

All bonds listed NYSE
Consumers Power Co—

1st
1st
1st
1st
1st

price,

_A-G

1st mtge
1st mtge

95

.

83'A

J-D
F-A

82
32

J.—F-A

94%

A-O
M-S

82'A
88%

4'As 1986
4'As 1993

F-A

f-a
J-D
F-A

86%
82%

98%
98

Dayton Power & Light Co—
All bonds listed NYSE
Delaware Power & Light Co—
All bonds listed NYSE
Des Moines Transit Co—
Income 5s series A 1974
Detroit Edison Co—
All bonds listed NYSE
Diamond State Telephone Co—
4%s debentures 1994
A-O
Duke Power Co 2%s 1979
F-A
1st & ref mtge 3'As 1981
A-O
1st & ref mtge 3s 1975
J-J
1st & ref 3%s 1986
M-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
.

f26

104%
82 %
86%

__

__

__

88
89

104%

__

101% 103'A
98%
—

Duquesne Light Co—
All bonds listed NYSE
East

Kootenay Power Co—

33As series A 1967
_!
M-N
East Tennessee Natural Gas—
5s conv debentures 1968
M-N
Eastern Lt & Pow 4s A 1965
J-J
Eastern Utilities Associates—
Coll trust 3%s 1979
J-D
Elizabethtown "Water Co—
4%s debentures
1992
F-A
El Paso Electric Co 2%s 1976—A-O
1st mtge 3%s 1984
M-S
1st mtge 4'As 1988
j-j
4%s s f debentures 1978
J-J
1st

mtge

4%s

1992

El Paso Natural Gas Co—
5%s conv debs 1977

f-a
M-S

Emp Dlst Electric Co 3%s 1969-M-S
Equitable Gas Co 3'As 1973___J-J
3%s s f debs 1970
M-S
River El Lt 3%s 1983
J-J
1st mtge & coll tr 4%s 1988.A-0
Florida Power Corp 3%s 1974—J-J
1st mtge 3'As 1978
M-N
1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge

mtge

3%s 1982
3%s 1984

M-N
J-J

37/8s 1986
4%s 1988

J-J
J-J

105%

1st mtge 4%s 1990

100

1st mtge 4'As 1992

k Last sale.

84
85 %

A-O
.

Dallas Power & Light—
1st mtge 2%s 1979
1st mtge 3%s 1983
3'As s f debentures 1980
1st mtge 3%s 1986

1st

M-N
_J-D

M-S

mtge 2%s 1977
mtge 3%s 1981
mtge 3 %s 1987
mtge 3s 1984
mtge 3%s 1990mtge 4s 1986

Fall

(Wash D C) —

e

78

93'A

J-J

1st

93%
89%
85%
87
88%

94%

1st mtge 2?8s series
1st mtge 3%s series
1st mtge 3%s series
1st mtge 3%s series
Charleston Cons Ry Gas & Elec—
Consol gold 5s 1999
i
M-S
Ches & Potomac Telep Co
of Bait City 3%s debs 1995—F-A
4%s debentures 1993
J-D
4%s debentures 2002
J-J
Ches & Potomac Telep Co

b Basis,

Columbia Gas System Inc—
5%s debentures 1986
J-D
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

3%s
3%s

93%
84%
86%
84%
82%
89%

J-D

6s debentures 1983
Cincinnati Gas & Electric—
1st mtge 5s 1990
1st mtge 4%s 1992_—

Cincinnati Transit Co—
4%s cum inc debs March 1998
Citizens Utilities Co 3%s 1972_M-S
Cleveland Electric Illuminating—
All bonds listed NYSE
Colorado Interstate Gas Co—
1st mtge pipe line 3.35s 1974
1st mtge pipe line 4.70s 1979_M-S

101%
99%

1st mtge 4%s series S 1987—M-S
1st mtge 3%s series T 1988—M-S
1st mtge 4%s series U 1990_M-S

88%
96

A-O

Central Power & Light Co—
1st mtge 3%s series A 1973—M-N
1st mtge 3%s series B 1977
A-O
1st mtge 3s series C 1980_
M-N
1st mtge 3%s series D 1982—M-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 1974
J-D

95

debentures 1993
4%s debentures 2002

M-N
1st mtge 3%s series R 1986—J-D

81%

106
101
113

4%s

Commonwealth Edison Co—
1st mtge 3%s series O 1982
1st mtge 3s series Q 1984

90

M-S
M-N

Corp—
1975—F-A
F 1980—M-N
G 1981—F-A
h 1982_M-N
K 1984—J-D

__

Bid

Telep—
A-O
JP-A

1st mtge 3%s 1984
1st mtge 4%s 1988
1st mtge 4%s 1992

86%
92%

J-J
M-S
m-S

Cent Vermont Public Serv
1st mtge 2%s series D

—

bonds

.

105

.——J-J

3%s series T 1981
3%s series U 1983
3%s series V 1985
4%s series W 1987
5%s series X 1990

74
81

British




1987

3%s series Q 1978
3s series R 1979_
2%s series S 1979_

.

see

mtge 4%s

defaulted

Bonds—

Consolidated Natural Gas Co—

Central Maine Power Co—
1st & gen mtge bonds—
3%s series L 1970
3 % s series M 1972
2%s series N 1976

_

redemption,

__

__

100%

j-d

Central Illinois Public Service—
1st mtge 3%s series A 1971
A-O
1st mtge 33'8s series B 1977
M-S
1st mtge 3%s series C 1979
J-J
1st mtge 3%s series D 1982
F-A
1st mtge 3%s series E 1982
M-S
1st mtge 3%s series F 1984
J-D
1st mtge 4%s series G 1988
F-A
1st mtge 4%s series h 1989—tf-J
1st mtge 4%s series I 1993
M-N
2%s s f debs 1970
j-d
Central Indiana Gas 2%s 1971.M-N
Central Louisiana Electric Co—
1st mtge 5%s series I 1989—A-O

86%

■

for

84%
88%
100%
101%

M-N

lst^mtge 4s 1988___
47/aS 1st mtge 1990
1st mtge 4%s 1993

.

Called

82

Canada Electric Co Ltd—
1st s f 3%s series A 1967
-f-a
1st 4s series B 1968
F-A
Gen s f 4%s series B 1972
M-N
Carolina Pwr & Light 27/as '81-F-A
1st mtge 3%s 1982—
A-O
1st mtge 4%s 1988
M-S
1st mtge 4%s 1991
M-N
1st mtge 47/sS 1990
A-O

—

a

84%

89%

1st

81 %
89%
92 %

Baltimore Gas & Electric Co—
1st & ref mtge 47/8s 1980_.
J-D
104%
47«s s f debentures 1986__ J-D
105
1st & ref mtge 4%s 1992_
_J-J
99%
Baltimore Transit Co—
~
Debs 4s series A 1975
f97%
J-J
Debs 5s series A 1975
f 98 %
J-J
Bell Telephone of Canada—
3s series E 1977
73
m-s
3'As series F 1973
79
~_f-a
4 %s series J 1967
j-d
97%
3%s series K 1979__.
83%
_M-N
4s series L 1970
92%
z—j-d
4s series M 1981
85
j.D
6 %s series R Jan 2 1978__.
97
6s series U Jan 2 1986
96
I
Bell Telep Co of
Pennsylvania—
3s debentures 1974
88 %
A-O
3'As debentures 1996
80%
.__M-S
3%s debentures 1989
90%
F-A
4%s debentures 2001
104%
m-n
4%s debentures 2003
F-A
99%
Birmingham Elec Co 3s 1974
88
F-A
Blackstone Val G & E 3s '73—M-N
88%
1st mtge & coll tr 4%s 1983.M-S
96
Boston Edison Co—
1st mtge 2%s ser B 1980——A-O
81
1st mtge 3%s ser D 1982
j-j
84%
1st mtge 3s ser E 1984
F-A
81%
1st mtge 4%s ser F 1987
J-D
102%
1st mtge 4%s ser H 1992—J-D
97%
Brazilian Traction Light & Power

.

100

98%

_

—M-S
Columbia Electric Co Ltd—
3%s series A 1967_
•.
J-J
3%s series B 1967
A-O
3%s series C 1968_^.
A-O
3%s series D 1969
F-A
4 %s series K 1981
F-A
5s series L 1982
..f-a
5%s series M 1988
_____
(f-J
5%s series N 1989
-m-s
5%s series A 1977
A-O

a

1st mtge 3%s ser C 1975
M-N
Cambridge Electric Light Co—
2%s notes series A 1974
_A-0
37/8s notes series B 1988
J-J

90
103

Associated Telephone Co Ltd—
1st 3%s series D 1977
M-N
1st 2%s series F 1979—
M-N
1st mtge 3%s series G 1981
A-O
1st mtge 3%s series H
1982—A-O
Atlanta Gas Light Co—
1st mtge 4S 1981
_j-j
1st mtge 4%s 1988
M-S
4%s debentures 1982
—F-A
Atlantic City El 2%s ser A '80_M-N
ir; 1st mtge 3s 1984
;
m-S
1st mtge 3%s 1985
m-S
Is tmtge 4%s 1987
tf-.j
1st mtge 37/as 1988
A-O
1st mtge 4%s 1991
M-S
1st mtge 4%s 1992
j-j
1st mtge 4%s 1993
M-S

4%s

102 %

92%

87%
83%
84%

.

II

86

F-A

Central Illinois Light Co—
1st mtge 2%s 1979

81

_

84%

5%s conv subord debs 1970
j-d
Central Electric & Gas Co—
4%s conv subord debs 1973
M-N
5s conv subord debs 1975
.—J-J
Central Hudson Gas & El Corp—
1st mtge 4%s
1988
M-N
Central Illinois Elec & Gas Co—
1st mtge 3s 1975
F-A
1st mtge 3%s 1985
J-D
1st mtge 5s 1990
J-J

94
99 %

1st mtge 2%s 1979^
A-O
1st mtge 27/8s 1980
J-D
1st mtge 3%s 1981—A-O
1st mtge 3%s 1982
—M-S
1st mtge 3%s 1984
f-a
1st mtge 3%s 1985
A-O
3%s s f debentures 1974
m-s
1st mtge 47/es 1991—
m-N
1st mtge 4%« 1993—
.—.f-A

California-Pacific Utilities—
1st 3'As series B 1971—
California Water Service—

Cascade Natural Gas Corp—
5%s subord debs ww 1983_
5%s ex-warrants 1983

88

Appalachian Power Co—
1st mtge 4s 1988
•
m-N
1st mtge 4%s 1992
A-O
Debentures 4s,'as 1992
.—A-O
Arkansas Louisiana Gas Co—
1st mtge 5 l/as 1979
j-d
1st mtge 4%s 1983
A-O
Arkansas Power & Light—

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%s 1989
d-O
1st M & coll tr 4%s 1993
A-O
California Electric Power—
1st mtge 3s 1978—
J-D
1st mtge 2%s 1980
J-D
1st mtge 3%s 1984
M-N
1st mtge 3%s 1985
M-S
1st mtge 4%s 1986
A-O
1st mtge 4%s 1987
A-O
1st mtge 4%s 1988————M-S
1st mtge 5 %s 1990
m-N
1st mtge 5s 1991
—_______J-J
.

87%

_

1st
1st

Ask

Cincinnati & Suburban Bell

1st M & coll tr 3s 1978

A-O

C 1971

Bid

Brockton Edison Co—

Alabama Gas 3'/as ser A 1971
ser

Bonds—

Ask

11 Nominal,

r

Canadian

A-O
M-N

dollar value.

95

120
97%
87 %

__

__

103

84%
83

—

98

101%
102%
103
93 %

90%
93%
91 %
9 9'A
91

87%

87%
83
92%

__

__

105
__

__

__

—

—

__

—

__

96

104%
98

__

PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS

December, 1963

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES^ ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963
bond price* are "and interest" except where marked "f" and income and

NOTICE—All

92 Vi
92
93 Vi

1st mtge 3V2S 1974___
—-J-J
3 Vis s f debs 1972
3-J
1st mtge 3%s 1983
A-O
1st mtge 3 '/as 1984
—
M-N
1st mtge 4%s 1986
3-D
1st mtge 4 Vis 1988
.__
A-O
1st mtge 5s 1989
_-i
J-D
1st mtge 4Vis 1992
F-A
Fort Worth Transit 4Vis 1973—J-J

83
99 Vi
96
105
101 Vi

-T-

—;
—

102

97
90

88

102
100

95 y4

88 Vi

—

—

—

95 Vi
104

--

—

103

—

101V4

--

98 Vi

99

100

1st mortgage 4Vis 1998—__—M-N
Gulf Power 1st 3Vas 1971
M-S

90%
84%

3Vis 1984—
3-J
4s 1988
F-A
4Vis 1989
A-O
5s 1990
—
3-J
States Utilities Co—
1st mtge 4s 1988
—
Af-N
1st mtge 4Vis 1989
—tf-J
1st mtge 47is 1990
3-J
1st mtge 5 Vis series A 1989—JrD
4%s debentures 1981——
A-O
1st mtge 4Vis 1992
Af-N
mtge
mtge
mtge
mtge

94

102%
104 Vi

94 Vi
102%
104
106

102%
99 V4

F-A
F-A
—3-D

Af-N
J-D

3Vis 1982
3Vis 1983—

J-D

3Vis 1986
3Vis 1988—

—J-J
(Del)—

J-J

«f-D
M-N
—3-D

;

mtge 3Vis 1981——
J-J
1st mtge 3s 1984
Af-N
1st mtge 4Vis 1988
Af-S
1st mortgae 4Vis 1993
M-S
Iowa Southern Util 3 Vis 1983—F-A
1st mtge 4Vis 1992
M-S
Jacksonville Coach Co 5s 1971—J-J
Jamaica Water Supply Co—
1st mtge 2Vis sef C 1975
Af-S
Jersey Central Pow & Lt Corp— <
1st mtge 3 Vis 1984—
:——J-D
1st mtge 3Vis 1985——
M-N
1st mtge 4Vis 1986—
F-A
1st mtge 5s 1987
J-J
1st mtge 5Vis 1989—.
J-tf
xst mtge 4ViS 1992
;
M-N
jgk mtge 4%s 1993-———-A-O
4Vis debentures 1988
A-O

& Light—
mtge 3Vis 1983
J-J
1st mtge 3y4s 1985
F-A
1st mtge 5s 1990_
—J-J
Kansas Gas & Electric Co—
1st mtge 3Vis 1982i_.
—J-D
—
1st mtge 3 Vis 1978_—
Af-S
1st mtge 3Vis 1983—
-A-O
—Its mtge 3Vis 1985—
—_Af-S
1st mtge 3Vis 1986—
-F-A
Kansas City Power

-r

1st

1st mtge

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

—

4Vis 1993

Hawaiian Electric Co Ltd—
4.70s series J 1987
4.65s series L 1991-.
Houston Lighting & Power—
1st mtge 2%s 1974
1st mtge 3 Vis 1986
1st mtge 4Vis 1989_
: 1st mtge 4Vis 1992
Idaho Power

Co

3 Vis

87%
92
99 V2
98 y4

Af-S

86%
83 Vi

F-A
F-A

104

101%

mtge 4%s 1991——J-J
Kansas-Neb Nat Gas 3Vis '65—A-O
Kansas Pwr & Lt 27/8s 1979
A-O
Kentucky-Ohio Gas Co 2s 1973-J-D
Kentucky Utilities Co—
1st mtge 3s ser A 1977—
Af-N
1st mtge 3Vis ser B 1979
J-J
1st mtge 2%s ser C 1980——J-J
1st mtge 3Vis ser D 1982_
J-D
1st mtge 3Vis ser E 1983
A-O
1st mtge 3Vis ser F 1985
A-O
1st mtge 3V4s ser G 1986
-A-O
Kentucky & West Va Power Co—
1st mtge 3s 1979—M-N

mtge 4Vis 1987
-J-J
4Vis s f debentures 1983
A-O
1st mtge 4Vis 1988_
A-O
1st mtge 5s 1989
Af-N
1st mtge 4Vis 1990—
M-N
1st mtge 4Vis 1991
M-N
Illinois Bell Telephone Co—
1st mtge 3Vis ser C 1984—A-O
1st mortgage 3Vis ser D 1995-J-J
1st mtge 4Vis ser E 1988
M-S
1st mtge 4Vis ser F 1994
Af-S

4Vis
4Vis

ser
ser

1st
1st
1st

mtge
mtge
mtge
mtge
mtge

4y2s
81%
99V4
iosy4

99%

3-J
—A-O
Af-S
M-N
3-J
Af-N
J-J

3Vis 1982
3 Vis 1983
3Vis 1986

1st
1st
1st
4s 1988
1st
4%s 1993
Indiana Assoc Tel 3s 1975M-N
Indiana Bell Telephone Co—
4%s debentures 2003
J-D
Indiana Gas & Water Co—
1st mtge 2Vis ser A 1980
M-S
Indiana & Michigan Electric Co—
1st mtge 3s
1978—
Af-S
1st mtge 2Vis 1980
J-D
1st mtge 3 Vis 1982
.J-J
1st mtge 3Vis 1983—
M-S
1st
1st
1st

mtge
mtge
mtge
5 Vis s f
1st mtge

3Vis 1984
3Vis 1988
4Vis 1988

_A-0
F-A
M-N
debentures 1986
J-D
4Vis 1993
—__F-A
_

Indianapolis Power & Light—
A-O
1st mtge 3s 1974__i—_____
A-O
1st mtge 2Vis 1979
—M-S
1st mtge 3Vis 1983
i
(f-D
1st mtge 3%s 1986—______
—M-S
1st mtge 4Vis l988_—
—A-O
1st mtge 4ViS 1990_
_J-J
Indianapolis Rys 5s 1967Inland Natural Gas—
-

series A 1977—i
Inter-County Tel & Tel Co—
4s conv subord debs 1978
J-J
Intermountain Gas Co—
6s subord debs 1982
J-D
5Vis subord debs 1987
.—A-O
5 Vis

Interprovincial Pipe Line—
s

coll

887i
88 Vi

__

—

__

__

__

__

__

91

94%

__

98

86 Vi

__

100

82

84%
80 Vi

85 %
90

82%
92

__

__

__

__

103%

__

105

99Vi lOOVi

88

82%
89 %

89%

__

__

96

102%
93

__

89

91

117

119

100

102
103

100

trust

Called




for

3Vis

1970

redemption,

J-J
see

95

page

94.

9iy4
84%
81 Vi

85V4
87
89Vi
89Vi

102 Vi

84%
87 Vi

84%
88Vi
81 Vi
98Vi
99%
92%
99V4

—

—

—
—
—

—

—
—
—
—

Mississippi Power Co—
1st 3Vbs 1971—

—

—
—

lOOVi

—

s

85Vi
86Vi
81 /a
88Vi
92 Vi
85%
90V4

—
—

1st 2 Vis 1976
1st 2%s 1979
1st mtge 3%s
1st mtge 4V2s

—

—

__
—

1st mtge 3Vas

—

—

Louisville Gas & Electric Co—
All bonds listed NYSE
Lower St Lawrence Power—
1st ref 3V4s series B 1965
M-S
Madison Gas & El Co 2Vis *76—J-J

M-N

1st mtge 2Vis 1979
1st mtge 4%s 1988_
Maine Public Service Co—

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
Meridionale Electric Co—
7s series A 1957

Metropolitan Edison Co—
1st mortgage 3s 1977—
1st mortgage 3s 1978
1st mortgage 3Vis 1982
1st mortgage 3 Vis 1984

.—

99% lOOVi

85%
103Vi
95 Vi
104%

—
—

—
—

100
88
86Vi

83 Vi
82 Vi
103Vi
104 A

Ex-interest,

f Flat

81%
79%
102V4
85V4

M-S

A-O

—

—

—

M-S
M-S

A-O

J-D

M-N

price,

J-D

F-A

85V4
85
85V4
83

—

—

—

—

__
—

—

90
f65

J-J

F-A

'—

M-S

——F-A
-A-O
J-D
A-O

1981

mtge 3%s 1983

;

mtge 4%s 1984

A-O
A-O

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

_M-N
M-N

84
84 Vi
81 Vi
89

95%
84%
80%
84 Vi
101%

87%
86

84%
87 Ys
89%
103

83
87

A-O
J-D

93%
88%

J-D
M-S

104%

95

F-A
J-J

80 y4

_F-A

100%

87%

A-O
J-D

106
101

F-A
M-N

105

92%

88

84%
87
88 y2

1st mtge 3Vis series C 1982_
1st mtge 3%s series D 1983_.
1st .mtge 3 Vis series E 1986National Fuel Gas 3s debs '73
3 Vis s f debentures 1977
3»/4s s f debentures 1979—_
4%s s f debentures 1983
5yas s f debentures 1985_
s

85%
101%

Narragansett Electric Co—
1st mtge 3s series A 1974
1st mtge 3s series B 1978—_

4Vis

98%
93 »/4
90 Vi
90 Vi
105 Vi
101 y4
ioi y4

-A-O

Mountain Fuel Supply Co—
3%s debentures 1971
3 y8s debentures 1974
4s debentures 1983
4%s debentures 1986
Mountain States Tel & Tel—
3s debentures 1989
3%s debentures 19904%s debentures 19885s debentures 2000
4%s debentures 2002
Mystic Valley Gas Co—
1st mtge 3Vis ser A 1974
1st mtge 6s series B 1977

87%
88 Vi
88 Vi
8674
103%
106

104

f debentures 1986___.

Natural Gas Pipeline Co of
America 4Vis debs 1978
J-J
4%s 1st mtge pipe line 1978-M-N
4Vis 1st mtge pipe line 1979-A-o
5s 1st mtge pipe line 1980
A-O
4Vis debentures 1981
M-N
4%s 1st mtge pipe line 1982_J-tf
Nevada Power Company—
1st mtge 4%s ser G 1993.
A-O
New Bedford Gas & Edison

Light Co 37c notes A 1973—M-N
New England Electric
3s debentures 1967

System—
J-D

J-D
New England Gas & Elec Assn—
3%s

debentures

1977

—

—

—

k Last sale,

102
102
103%

101%
101 Va
98 y4

88%
95%
87%

97%

1st mtge 3s series B 1978
J-J
1st mtge 2%s series C 1979—J-J
1st mtge 2Vis series D 1981—F-A
1st mtge 3%s series E 1982__tf-D

84%

1st mtge 3Vis series F 1985—J-J
1st mtge 4%s series G 1987—F-A
1st mtge 4s series H 1988
J-D
1st

92
68

101%

M-S

4s series C 1971
New England Power—

104

105
100

J-J

1984
1992

88 Vi

—

170

Extended 5s series A 1975
Income deb stock 5 Vis

e

98

J-J
_M-N

Montana Power 2%s 1975
1st mtge 3y8s 1984
3 Vis s f debentures 1979
1st mtge 4%s 1989
1

—

105
99

M-S

1st mortgage 4%s 1987
1st mortgage 5s 1990.
1st mortgage 4%s 1992
Mexican Light & Power Co-

b Basis,

.

—

—

101

M-S
.A-O

1st

—

102
,105
104'%

J-J
J-D

1st

—

87

87
87%
83 Vi

88 Va
85

M-S
J-D

mtge 3s 1965
mtge 3%s 1976
1st mtge 3Vas 1975
1st mtge 3%s 1979
1st mtge 5yas 1983
1st mtge 4%s s f 1982.
1st mtge 4y2s 1987

—

98

80Vi
85%
91 Vi

90
83%
80 Vi

Montana-Dakota Utilities—

—

4Vis s f debentures 1988.—M-S
Long Island Lighting Co—
1st mtge 3%s series E 1982—A-O
1st mtge 3Vis series F 1983—M-S
1st mtge 3 Vis series G 1984 .J-D
1st mtge 3Vis series H 1985—M-N
1st mtge 4Vis series I 1986—J-D
1st mtge 4Vi sseries J 1988—M-N
1st mtge 5s series L 1991
F-A
Louisiana Gas Service Co—
1st mtge 4Vis 1987_
J-D
Louisiana Power & Light Co—
1st mortgage 3s 1974.
A-O
1st mortgage 3Vis 1978
M-S
1st mortgage 3s 1980—
M-N
1st mortgage 3Vis 1984
A-O
1st mortgage 4V4s 1987
-J-J
1st mortgage 5s 1990_
A-O

97

1st
1st

—

89Vi

f debs 1983

103%

Sf-S

mtge 3s 1977
mtge 3V4s 1979

1st
1st

—

'74—M-S
3-D

—J-J
F-A

88%
90

A-O

Monongahela Power Co—
1st mtge 3s 1975

—

83

86Vi
103
103Vi
101

102%

A-O
J-J

Mississippi Power & Light—
1st mtge 3'/as 1974
1st mtge 2%s 1977
1st mtge 3y8s 1979
1st mtge 2%s 1980
1st mtge 3%s 1983
1st mtge 4Vas 1988
Missouri Power & Light Co—

J00% 101

82%

88%
92 y4
96
106

F-A
M-S

;

1981
1986

1st mtge 4%s 1987
1st mtge 5%s 1989
1st mtge 5s 1990
1st mtge 4%s 1992

—

f20

106

F-A
M-S

M-S

:

mtge 2%s 1977
mtge 2%s 1980_

1st
Is mtge 3%s
1st mtge 3VaS

—

99Vi

102Vi
99 Vi

M-N

105
104 Vi
103 y2

—

84V4

87
86 Vi
89 Vi
86
85Vi

M-N

M-S
J-V
___M-S

1975
1981
1st mtge 4%s 1987

1st mtge 3 y8s
1st mtge 3%s

—

—

85Vi
84Vi
105

—J-D

mtge 4y8s 1981

1st mtge 5%s 1985
1st mtge 4%s 1987
Minnesota Power & Light Co—

—

—

Af-N

103%

1st

—

85%

105%

89
106

100%

1st

104

86%
92%
88%

6y2s subord debs 1980
_M-S
Midwestern Gas Transmission Co—
1st M pipe line 5V4s 1980
J-D
Milwaukee Gas Ligbt Co—
1st 3yes 1975;
M-N
3%s s f debs 1970
M-N

—

94

87Vi
96

104%
105 y4
103

1st. mortgage 4%s 1988
Af-S
Michigan Wisconsin Pipe Line Co—
1st mtge pipe line 5V8S 1980_J-D
1st mtge pipe line 5%s 1981-J-D
1st mtge pipe line 47/is 1983-J-J
Mid-American Pipeline Co—

—

__

69

Units
1st

82%
80 Vi

—

88Vi

Laclede Gas Light Co—
1st s f 3 Vis 1965-!
F-A
Lake Superior District Power—
1st mtge 3s ser A 1975
A-O
1st mtge 2Vis ser C 1980
J-J
1st mtge 3V4s ser D 1981
M-S
1st mtge 3Vis ser E 1983
-_M-S
Lone Star Gas Co—

99

85Vi
96 Vi
85 Vi

-—

—F-A

—

1st mtge 3 Vis 1979
1st mtge 47is 1982
1st mtge 4Vis 1985_

84

Af-S
F-A

1975

Laclede Gas Co debs 3Vis

101

Af-S

mtge 2Vis 1979—
mtge 2 Vis 1980

3 Vis

104%

G 1997—3-J
H 2003
J-J

Illinois Power/Co-—
1st mtge 2Vis 1976
S f debs 2Vis 1966—
1st mtge 3 Vis 1978

Kings County Lighting—

86 y8
101 Vi
97 Vi
101
105

1981—_A-O

1st

1st mtge
1st mtge

—

101 Vi

M-N
Af-S

—

101%

A-O

81V4 '
174

M-N
F-A
F-A

Michigan Consolidated Gas—
1st mortgage 3s 1975
M-N
1st mortgage 3yss 1976
___F-A
1st mortgage 3%s 1979—.
_J-J
1st mortgage 3%s 1980
M-N
1st mortgage 5 Vis 1986
J-D

—

-

1st

Hackehsack Water Co—
3 Vis s f debs 1985
Hartford Elec Lgt 3 Vis 1971
1st mtge 4Vis ser E 1988

—

__

104

1st

81Vi
88%
86 Vi
82 %
85 >4
88%
104 Vi

83Vi

—

& Light Co—

mtge 3y4s 1973
mtge 3s 1978
1st mtge 2 Vis 1979™

Bid

4Vis debentures 1992
4%s debentures 1994
4%s debentures 1996

__

M-N

47/bS 1991.

4Vis 1991
Service Co
1st mtge 2Vis 1976
1st mtge 3 Vis 1978
1st mtge 2Vis 1975

104 Vi
102 y4

87Vi
104Vz
103V4
98%

T05

1st
1st

mtge
mtge
mtge
mtge

Ask

Michigan Bell Telephone Co—

——._—-A-O

1990

1st mtge
Iowa Public

104 Vi
101 Vi
98 Vi

Georgia Power Co—
1st mortgage 3%s 1977
.—_J-D
1st mortgage 2%s 1980A-O
1st mortgage 3Vis 1981_.
tf-D
1st mortgage 3%s 1982
J-J
1st mortgage 3 Vis 1984_
A-O
1st mortgage 3%s 1985—
M-N
1st mortgage 3%s 1986_
A-O
1st mortgage 5 ViS 1987—
J-D
1st mortgage 4Vis 1988____
M-S
1st mortgage 5%s 1989
M-S
1st mortgage 47is 1990_
M-N
1st mortgage 4%s 1991A-O
1st mortgage 4%s 1992_
M-N

1st mtge

Iowa Power

1st
1st
1st
1st

100%
104 Vi

M-S
J-D
MS
J-D
J-D
1st mtge 4%s series O 1993-M-N
General Telephone Co of Florida—
1st mtge 5s series G 1990
MS
1st mtge 4%s series H 1991
M-N

1st
1st
1st
1st
Gulf

92

86

4Vis series J 1986
1st mtge 5s series K 1987
1st mtge 4Vis series L 1988
1st mtge 5s series M 1989
1st mtge 4%s series N 1991

Interstate Power Co—
1st mtge 3Vis 1982-tf-J
1st mtge 5s 1987
__Af-N
1st mtge 4Vis 1991__
Af-N
1st mtge 4Vis 1993
Af-N
Iowa Illinois Gas & Elec Co—
1st mtge 2Vis 1977-MS
1st mtge 2Vis 1979——
_A-0
3Vis conv debs 1968
_Af-S
1st mtge 5s

Gatineau Power Co—
1st mtge 3s series C 1970
_J-D
3 Vis
series D 1970—
J-D
General Telephone & Electronics—
4%s s f debentures 1987_
4Vis s f debs 1988—
M-S
General Telephone Co of Calif—

Bid

Bonds—

Ask

Bonds—

Florida Power & Light Co—

defaulted bonds

Bonds—

mtge 4%s series I

1991—M-N

series J 1992—J-D
mtge 4l/2s series K 1993-M-N

1st mtge 4%s
1st

n Nomina!,

r Canadian

dollar value.

81
81%
85 Vi

84%
100
94%
102 y2
100
101

NOTICE—All

Pacific Northwest

England Tel & Tel—
3'As debentures 1977
3yas debentures 1988-.
3 Vis debentures 1991—

J-D
-J-D
U-N
A-O
—A-O
J-J
.

debentures

1993
debentures 1999
debentures 2002

4%s
4'As

87'A
81
82'A
95'A
103
101 %

__

—

—

__

Jersey Bell Telephone—

2%s debentures

Af-S
—Af-N

1990

3'As debentures 1984

74'A

Af-N
J-D
—A-O

85
79'A
83'A
92

—U-N

debentures 1989
3%s debentures 1995
3%s debentures 1993
4%s debentures 2000
3s

105'A

New
1st

Jersey Power & Light—
mtge 3s 1978
J-D
list mtge 2%s 1979_^_.
J-D
1st mtge 3yas 1984
—_F-A
1st mtge 4y8s 1988
Af-N
1st mtge 4 yes 1990
J-J
.

New Orleans Public Service Co—
1st mtge 3y8s 1974
J-V
1st mtge 3'As 1978
A-O
1st mtge 4 Vbs 1983
A-O
1st mtge 3y«s 1984
J-D

__

—

84'A
82

82%
96
104

A-O
—A-O

_________J-D

104%

mtge 45/8s 1987
mtge 3%s 1988

1st
1st

mtge 4%s 1991

-Af-N
f debentures 1992—J-D
New York Telephone Co—
: ' : % yRef mtge 4%s series L 1997
A-O
Ref mtge 4%s series M 2002
if-J
Ref mtge 4 Vis series N 2000—J-J
4%s

.

A-O
Af-N
M-S
AT-N
F-A

1st
1st

1st
1st
1st

s

Niagara Mohawk Power Corp—
Gen mtge 3%s 1981
J-D
Gen mtge 3y8s 1984
P-A
Gen mtge
Gen mtge
Gen mtge

3%s 1986
3%s

86
103

Gen mtge 4%s 1991

87 'A
83

101'/4

Carolina Natural Gas—
2nd mtge 1981
A-O
6s sub inc debentures 1983
P-A
North Shore Gas Co (Mass) —
1st 4s series B 1975
J-D
Northern Illinois Gas 3'As '79—J-J
1st
mtge 3%s 1981
A-O
1st

mtge 5s

1st mtge
1st mtge

1984

45/8s 1985__
4%s 1988

tf-D
J-J
J-J

:

Northern Indiana Public Service—
1st mtge 3'/,s series C 1973
P-A

1st
1st
1st
1st
4s

mtge
mtge
mtge
mtge

4%s
47/8s
4%s
4%s

conv

debs

series J 1989
J-J
series K 1990 P-A
series L 1992—Af-S
series M 1993_A-0
1976

_A-0

89 %

92%

120

125

nf77
86

92%
105

102%
98%

101%
104%
100

1011/4

92y4

94 y4

1031/4
1031/4

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

3%s
3%s
3'As
3%s
4'As

1981
1983—
1984
1985
1986_
4%s 1987
4%s 1989
.

—

_

.

_

_

-

.

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

U-N
-U-N
—A-O

Ohio Water Service—
6s conv subord debs 1977
A-O
Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co—
All bonds listed NYSE

Orange & Rockland Utilities—
1st mtge 4%s ser F 1988
J-D
1st mtge 4%s ser G 1991
A-O
Otter Tail Power Co—
5y4s conv debs 1967
1st mtge 4%s 1991
1st mtge 4%s 1993

M-N
P-A

I

U-N

Pacific Gas & Electric Co-—
1st & ref M 4%s ser JJ 1966 tf-D
All other bonds listed NYSE
Pacific Gas Transmission—
5%s conv debentures 1986
P-A
Pacific Lighting Gas Supply Co—
Sink fd debs 5s ser A 1980_A-O

•Without par value,




a

Called for

87'A
80%
105%

—

__

101'/8

Puget Sound Power & Light—
1st mortgage 4'/as 1988
_Af-N
5 %s debentures 1983U-N
1st mtge 5%s 1989—
U-N
1st mtge 5%s 1990
—— --.A-O
1st mtge 4%s 1991
F-A
1st mtge 4%s 1993_
-U-N
Quebec Natural Gas Corp—
5%s subord debs 1985
A-O
Quebec Telephone Corp—
1st 3'As series B 1967
_F-A
1st 4s series C 1967
F-A

—

—

—

103

104'A

—

90

84%

88%
99%

.

—

—

—

.

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

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'As series T 1991
U-N
Rochester Telephone Corp—
1st mtge 2'As 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 3%s series C 1978
J-D
1st mtge 3%s series D 1981
1st mtge 3%s series E 1983
A-O

93 Va
89

84%
si y4
87
96 Va

82'%
92%
94'%
105
105

102%
106%

mortgage 4%s 1991—
J-D
Pennsylvania Telep: 2%s 1975
J-J
Peoples Gas Light & Coke—
1st & ref M 3V4s ser I 1979—J-J
1st & ref M 4%s ser J 1986_Af-N
Philadelphia Electric Co—
All bonds listed NYSE
-

St

■86
80%
85%
100

__

99% 100'A
103
86

1st mtge 3'As 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

86%
102'A
82%

105
99%
88

92%

95

tr 3yas 1978. -J-J

tr 3'As 1977_ _J-D
tr 3%s 1981, .A-O
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
1st mtge 3%s 1990
D
1st mtge 3%s 1991
J-D
1st mtge 4%s 1993—
J-D
1st mtge 5 Vis 1994_.
1st mtge 5s 1995
-J-D
1st mtge 4%s 1982_^
-J-D
1st mtge 4%s 1998——

Public Service Co of Colorado—
1st mtge 27/as 1977
_J-D
1st mtge 3 Vis 1978
A-O
1st mtge 3'As 1981
A-O
1st mtge 3y8s 1984_.
_A-0
1st mtge 4%s 1987—.
Af-N
1st mtge 4%s 1989
Af-N
1st mtge 4%s 1991
A-O
Public Service Co of Indiana—
1st mtge 3yas ser F 1975
M-S
1st mtge 3yas ser G 1977
U-N
1st mtge 3s ser H 1979
J-J
1st mtge 3%s ser J 1982_.
J-J
1st mtge 3%s ser K 1984
J-J
1st mtge 4%s ser M 1989
F-A
Public Service Co of N H—
1st mtge 3'As ser A 1973
J-J
1st mtge 3'As ser C 1978
J-J
1st mtge 3'As ser D 1978
A-O
1st mtge 3s ser E 1979
J-D
1st mtge 3y,s ser H 1984
U-N
1st mtge 37/as ser I 1986
J-D
1st mtge 4%s ser M 1992
J-J

105

—

84%
84

98'A

101%
104
87 Va
8 6'A
83

351/2
98'A
104
102%

133

100

103'A

104
99

106%

1st & coll 3%s ser H 1970
if-J
1st & coll 3'As ser J 1970_.
F-A
1st & coll 3s series N 1971
Af-N
1st & coll tr 3'As ser P 1973-A-O
4%s 1976 series R
;
A-O
5'As conv debs 1972
A-O
Sierra Pacific Power Co—
1st mtge 3yas 1978
A-O
1st mtge 3%s 1984
—U-N
1st mtge 5'As 1986
U-N
1st mtge 4'As 1988—
A-O
1st mtge 5s 1991
—Af-N
1st mtge 4%s 1992_;
J-D
5s debentures 1988—
J-J
South Carolina Elec & Gas Co—
1st refunding 3s 1980
M-O
South Carolina Power Co—
1st & ref 3s 1975
J-J
South Jersey Gas Co 4yas 1977_A-0
Southern Bell Tel & Tel—
3yas debentures 1989
M-S

106'A

3y4s debentures 1995

A-O

4s debentures 1983
4%s debentures 1993
5s debentures 1997
4%s debentures 1998
4%s debentures 2001___
4%s debentures 2003—

A-O

86

98'A
88%
88'%

—

__

—

218

103%
-_

__

114

88
86

87%
87'A
101%

77%
83%
92'A
84%
89'A
103

102%
100

84%
86 y4
83
86 Vi
100
103

101 y4

88%
87%
84
87

86%
100

90%
87
87

83%
84%
92 y4
102

Public Service Co
—

.—

101 %

101.72

119

104

redemption,

1st mtge 3%s 1986_
Af-N
1st mtge 5%s 1987
U-N
1st mtge 5yas 1990
._J-D
5 Vis debentures 1985
J-D
Scranton Spring Brook Water Serv
1st mtge 2 % s 1976
M-S
5%s s f debs w w 1984
A-O
Shawinlgan Water & Power Co—

__

86

—..

IOO1/4

Savannah Electric & Power Co—
1st mtge 3y4s 1984
A-O
3%s debentures 1979
A-O

__

84

1st mtge & coll
1st mtge & coll
1st mtge & coll
1st mtge & coll

1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st

mtge
mtge

mtge

of Oklahoma—
2%s ser A 1975_
.J-J
2%s ser B 1978
P-A
3yas ser C 1981
A-O
3%s ser D 1983
Af-S
3s ser E 1984
F-A
4'As ser F 1987
F-A

mtge
mtge
mtge
1st mtge 3%s ser G 1988
U-N
1st mtge 4y8s series I 1993—J-J
Pub Serv Coordinated Transport—
1st & ref 4s 1990
1st & ref 5s 19901st & ref 5%s 1990—:
1st & ref 6s 1990
see page

94.

b Basis,

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

f Flat price.

_J-D

1st mtge 3'As series D 1982—A-O
1st mtge 2%s series E 1984
A-O

96

J-J

A-O
J-J

San Diego Gas & Electric Co—
1st mtge 3%s 1970_
—J-J
1st mtge 3s series C 1978
Af-S

__

85(4
83%
85'A
87
82

98%

92%
96'A
93

104%
108
112

kLast sale,

80%

Ask

__

86
100

104%
102% 103 Y*
105 y4
__

__

104'A

--

100
100

103%
103% 104
__

95'A
103%
105'A
104'A

101%
101 Va
84

—

__

—

__

101%
87

94

95%

__

84 y4
87
86
104 Va
105

101%
75%
103

103'A
85 y4
92%

92

Joseph Light & Power Co—
1st mtge 2%s 1976
1st 3s 1979—
1st mtge 5s 1989_

121

-

1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge

2%s 1979
3%s 1982_
4yas 1983
3/as 1984
3%s 1986.
4s 1988
5s 1989___.

Portland Gas & Coke Co—
1st mtge 3yas 1976———.
J-J
1st mtge 4%s 1976—
A-O
Portland General Electric Co—
1st mtge 3yas 1975
J-J
1st mtge 3%s 1977
U-N

Bell

—

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

;

Pittsburgh Rys Co 5s 1970

89%

J-J

A-O
J-J

__

Co—

—

Af-S

__

1st & ref mtge 3%s ser B '70_J-D
Pioneer Nat Gas debs 5'As '77_Af-S

90

F-A

Telephone—
4%s debentures 1989
Af-N
4%s debentures 1998
J-D

—

Af-N
Philadelphia Transportation Co—
Consol mtge 3-6s ser A 2039
J-J

.

Ohio Edison Company—
1st mtge 3y»s 1984__
1st mtge 3'As 1985—
1st mtge 4'As 1988
1st mtge 4'As 1989
1st mtge 4%s 1991
Ohio Power Co—
:

100%

1st mtge 4y8s 1988

Co—

Northwestern Public Service—
1st mtge 3s 1973
1st mtge 5y»s 1987—

101%

Potomac Edison Co—.
1st mtge & coll tr 3s 1974—. -A-O

Ontario Nat Gas—
5%s subord debs 1982
J-D
Northern States Power Co (Minn)—
All bonds listed NYSE
Northern States Power Co (Wis) —
All bonds listed NYSE

4%s debentures 2003

J-J)
P-A

Philadelphia Elec Pwr 2%s 1975-J-J
Philadelphia Suburban Water—

Northern

Northwestern

M-S

.

__

86
122

101%
104

„

1st

Northern Natural Gas Co—
All bonds listed NYSE

Northwest Natural Gas
1st mtge 5y«s 1984
1st mtge 5%s 1986-

_M-S
A-O

.

91%
104

conv

86%

Quotes under old name of
Scranton Spring Brook Water Ser
Pennsylvania Power Co—
1st mtge 2%s 1975
U-N
1st mtge 2%s 1980
Af-S
1st mtge 3 y4s 1982_
_P-A
1st mtge 4%s 1992
M-S
1st mtge 4%s 1993___________J-D
Pennsylvania Power & Light—

103
103 Vi
98

North
6s

J-J
P-A

Bid

Bonds—

Public Service Elec & Gas Co—
1st & ref M 2%s 1980
Af-N
1st & ref M 3'As 1984
Af-N
1st & ref M 4%s 1986
.U-N
1st & ref M 4%s 1987
M-S
1st & ref M 4%s 1988
F-A
1st & ref M 5%s 1989
J-D
1st & ref M 4%s 1990
M-S
1st & ref M 4%s 1992
F-A
1st & ref M 4%s 1993
J-D
4%s debentures 1981
A-O
4%s debentures 1983—
A-O

Pennsylvania Gas & Water Co-

101 %

M-N

1990

101%

Telephone &/Telegraph—

mtge
mtge
mtge
mtge
mtge
mtge
mtge

Ask

92%

103'

at-n
J-D
A-O

1988

4%s

A-O

1st
1st mortgage 5s 1990-—
1st mtge 4%s 1991_
5 'As debentures 1986

85'A
84%

101%
99%

3'As debentures 1979:
M-N
3%s debentures
U-N
5 %s debentures 1980
F-A
4%s debentures
U-N
5VaS debentures 1993
P-A
Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line—
3'As s f debs 1973_______
P-A
2%s debentures 1975
J-D
3%s debentures 1974_.
_J-D
4%s debentures 1982
A-O

1st

1st mtge 3s 1978
1st mtge 3V4s 1984
1st mtge 3%s 1985

M-N
M-S

.

1st mtge 3%s 1972
1st mtge 3yas 1973
1st mtge 2%s 1976

N Y State Elec & Gas Corp—

1st

4%s conv debs 1974
1st mtge 4%s 1992
1st mtge 5y8s 1990
1st mtge 4%s 1992
1st mtge 4%s 1993

Pennsylvania Electric

88%
86%

Bid

Telephone—

Bell
1994

4%s debentures
4%s debentures
4%s debentures
Pacific Power & Light Co—
Is mtge 3'As
1977
1st mtge 3%s 1984

Pacific
—

96
84 y4
101 'A
101 %

1st
1st

mtge 4%s 1987
mtge 4'As 1992
1st mtge 5s 1991

Bonds—

Ask

Bid

Bonds-

New

1980

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OP NOVEMBER 29, 1963
bond price, are "and interest"/.1 except
wher» marked "f** and income and defaulted bonds

New

4s

20 3

PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS

60

J-D
J-D

Af-S
A-O
F-A

81%
83%
105
93'A
8 4'A

85%
80
84 Va
104 y4

102%
102'A
84
87 Va
92 y4

—

__

__

—

—

—

—

__

—

__

—

105
105

105'A
84

—

87

101
83 y4
83 Vi

84%
84%

80 y4
80%

811/4
81%
87%
93'A

86
92 y4

84%
83%

104%
99%
103%
102%

103%
82%

__

—

__

__

__

—

__

_

87

96'A

—

81

81%
95Y4

__

—

103
106

99%
99%
99%

__

__

99%

Southern Calif Edison Co—
All bonds listed NYSE
and/or ASE
Southern California Gas Co—
1st mortgage 2%s 1977
J-J
1st mortgage 3'As 1978
Af-N
1st mortgage 2%s 1980
J-D
1st mtge 3'As series A 1982
A-O
1st mtge 3%s series B 1981
J-D
1st mtge 5%s series D 1984
A-O
1st mtge 4%s ser E 1988_
—J-J
Southern Counties Gas (Calif) —
1st mtge 3s 1977
Af-S
1st mtge 3y4s 1978
Af-S
1st mtge 3%s 1981
A-O
1st mtge 3Vis 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 5'As 1992 (1959 ser) J-D
1st mtge 5'As 1992 (1960 ser) J-D
1st mtge 5'As 1992 (1961 ser) J-D
1st mtge 4%s June 1 1992
Southern Indiana Gas & Elec—
1st mtge 3 yas 1984__
A-O
Southern Natural Gas Co—
1st mtge pipe line 3s 1968_
J-D
1st mtge pipe line 27As 1970_J-D
1st mtge pipe line 4s 1973—Af-N
1st mtge pipe line 3yas 1974-F-A
4'As s f debentures 1978
-J-J
1st mtge pipe line 4%s 1979
J-J
Southern Nevada Power Co—
1st mtge 5'As series D 1989_Af-N
n

Nominal,

r

Canadian dollar valne.

84%
87 y8
82

—

—

*

88%
93%
107

—

—

99% 100'A
85%

—

87

88%
84%

95%
103

__

__

—

106
106
106

99'A

—

82%

—

94%
89%
96%
88%
99 Vi
102
103%

__

—

—

—
—

__

NOTICE—All

bond

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963
prices are "and interest" except where marked "f" and income and
Ask

Bid

Bonds—

Southern New England Telephone—
3 Vis debentures 1985
J-J
3Vis debentures 1989
g-D
4 Vis debentures 1991
M-S
4%s debentures 2001
J-D
Southern Union Gas Co—
4Vis s f debs 1976___
M-N
5Vis s I debentures 1982
A-O
5Vis s f debentures 1985
J-D
Southwestern Bell Telephone—

4%s debentures 1992
A-O
4%s debentures 1995
F-A
4Vis debentures 1997
F-A
Southwestern Electric Power Co—
1st mtge 4%s

series I 1993—A-O

Southwestern Gas & Electric Co-—
1st mtge 3Vis ser B 1978
-J-J
1st mtge 3s ser C 1979
J-D
1st mtge 2Vis ser D 1980
J-D
1st mtge 3%s ser E 1982
M-S
1st mtge 3 Vis ser F 1984
M-N
1st mtge 4%s ser G 1987
g-J

Service Co—
1st mtge 3 Vis 1978
F-A
1st mtge 3.20s 1979-—.
—J-D
1st mtge 3.35s 1981—F-A
Staten Island Edison 2Vis 1979-M-N

Southwestern Public

-J-J
1st mtge 4 Vis 1988lst mtge 4Vis 1993
M-N
Tennessee Gas Transmission Co—
1st mtge pipe line issues—

2Vis April 1 1966
3s Sept 1 1967
3s Sept 1 1970
3y«s Feb 1 1971
3Vis Sept 1 19713 Vis June 1 1974—
3 Vis Aug 1 1975—
3Vis Feb 1 1976
4Vis Nov 1 1976
5 Vis July l 1977
5 Vis Nov 1 1979__

84%
82%
96%
99%

'

——

■

:

104V4
104%

—

104% 105 y2
"

——

86 »/4
84
82

'

102

99%

86%
84 Vi

—;

90 ya
86 y4
87 ya

■

_____

82 Vi

1st mtge pipe line
5s debentures 1982

—

97

100 Vi
102

.—F-A

99 Vi

—

—

—

—

—

1st mtge 3s series L 1974
M-N
1st mtge 3s series M 1978
M-S
1st mtge 2Vis ser N 1979
M-N
1st mtge 3y4s ser O 1982
A-O
1st mtge 3s series P 1984
A-O
1st mtge 4Vis series Q 1987___J-J

4%s ser S 1992
4Vis ssr T 1992

1st mtge
1st mtge

—

West Texas Utilftles Co—
1st mtge 3yas 1973
F-A
1st mtge 3s series B 1978
M-N
1st mtge 3Vis series C 1981—M-N

1st

mtge 3Vis series D 1985 A-O
1988 J-J

1st mtge 3Vis series E
1st mtge 4Vis series F

105
95

103
93

4Vis 1982-M-N
J-D

98y4
101
103%

100%
101%,
102 y8
100%

99Vi
100

M-S
M-N

88

85%
82 Vi

85%
82
104 y4

101%
100

__

84 Vi

1991

F-A

Westcoast Transmission Co Ltd—
Subordinate debentures
5 Vis series A 1988_
A-O
5y2s conv series C 1988
J-J
Western Light & Telephone Co—
1st mtge 3s series A 1975
J-J
Western Massachusetts Electric Co
1st mtge 3y8s ser B 1984
A-O

4Vis

1st mtge

ser

89%
84%
89 y4

85%
92 y4
102 y2

95%

99

96

99 %

87%

__

A-O

83
100

M-N

100

F-A

104

A-O

165

4Vis series C 1987

__

...

93

——

91
93

99

__

101

101% 103
102

103%

94
96
99

;

—

—

Eastern Transmission—
1st mtge pipe line issues—
4Vis Mar 1 1977

101

____

'

—

■

101%
100%
100%

E 1992

104%
103
103

f debentures 1985

-A-O
M-S

91 y4
85 y4
87 ya

J-V
M-N

1st mtge 4Vis 1987
1st mtge 3 Vis 1982—,
1st mtge 4Vis 1988
1st mtge 4Vis 1993

104
85%

-J-D

M-N
-A-O
F-A

Corp—
—J-D
a

Imprmt 3Vis 1966—J-J

97Vi

J-J
M-N

86Vi
96 %

J-D

——

•

.

—

__ __

105
86

106 y4

102%

mtge 2Vis 1976
mtge 2"is 1980
mtge 3Vis 1981—
mtge 3Vis 1982—.—
mtge 3 Vis 1984
mtge 3Vis 1985
mtge 4Vis 1990
1st mtge 4Vis 1992
—
1st mtge 4Vis 1993

1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st

84'/4

M-N
A-O

82
89%
88Vi

A-O
A-O

M-N
M-S
M-S
If-D
A-O

84

89Vi
103%
101%
101

1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st

M-N

& ref 3y4s ser L 1985
J-D
& ref 4Vis ser M 1986_. A-O
& ref 4Vis ser N 1987
J-D
& ref 3Vis ser O 1988
J-D
& ref M 4Vis ser P 1990-M-S
& ref 4Vis ser Q 1991
J-D
& ref 4Vis series R 1993-M-N

83
84%
96%
10iy2
92 y2
103

104Vi
100

___

Washington Gas
Ref mtge 3 Vis
Ref mtge 3 Vis
Ref mtge 4Vis
_____

_____

...

___

101%
100

Upper Peninsula Pwr 3Vis 1977-M-N

Virginia Electric & Power—
1st & ref 3y8s ser K 1984

■

100

Electric Service Co—
3Vis s f debs 1973—
1st mtge 2Vis 1975
1st mtge 3Vis 1981

•Without par value,

——

103 Vi

Texas

Texas Gas Transmission
5s debentures 1982

100%
ioi y4

conv

subord debs 1978

——

Light Co—
1976
1980

1986

J-J
J-D
M-N

91'%

88 Vi

103 y4

Washington Water Power Co—
1st mtge 3 Vis 1982
A-O
1st mtge 4%s 1987_
J-J
1st mtge 4Vis 1988
J-J
1st mtge 4%s 1988
—F-A
4Vis s f debentures 1983
J-J

103 Vi
95

F-A

102%

1st mtge

4Vis 1989-

5Vis s f debs 1985
1st mtge 5Vis 1990

Called for redemption, see page 94. e Ex-interest,

M-S
M-S

conv

debs 1975

1st
1st
1st

mtge
mtge
mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge
1st mtge

2%s 1980
3y4s 1982
3 Vis 1984
3Vis 1986
4yas 1988
5s 1990

A-O

92%

A-O
M-N

84%

4%s 1993

A-O

ioiy4

Wisconsin Natural Gas Co—

mtge 2Vis 1975
mtge 4%s 1986
1st mtge 4Vis 1987

J-D
A-O

M-N

Wisconsin Power & Light—
1st mtge 3%s ser A 1971
F-A
1st mtge 3yas ser B 1978
T-J
M-S
1st mtge 3y8s ser C 1978
1st mtge 2Vis ser D 1980
-J-D
1st mtge 3Vis ser E 1981
A-O
1st mtge 3y4s ser F 1982
A-O
1st mtge 3 Vis ser H 1984
A-O
1st mtge 4Vis ser J 1989——M-S
1st mtge 4y4s series K 1992-M-N

Wisconsin Public Service Corp—
1st mtge 3s 1977
M-N
1st mtge 3yas 1978
F-A
1st mtge 2Vis 1979
M-S
1st mtge 2Vis 1980
M-N
1st mtge 3y4s 1984
A-O

4Vis 1987
1st mtge 4Vis 1993

1st mtge

Wisconsin Telephone Co—
4%s debentures 1992
4Vis debentures 1995

4Vis debentures 2002,

85

103%
99%

92%
86%

86%
82
87 y4
85%
84 y4

103

98%

86 y4
86 y4

82%
82

84%

J-D

100

A-O

100

J->f
M-N
M-N

101%
105

99%

J-D

f51

Worchester County Electric Co—
1st mtge 3%s ser B 1981____M-S

86

98%

f Flat price,

-

84 y4
103%

Wolverine Power 3-4%s 1979

1st mtge 3Vis ser D 1985
A-O
Worchester Gas Light Co—
1st s f 3%s ser A 1969
F-A
1st s f 4s ser B 1973
M-S
1st mtge 5y4s series C 1979—J-D

106
105

96
106

A-O
M-N

1st
1st

k Last sale, n Nominal, r Canadian price.

„

__

83

3%s 1981
4%s 1991

mtge 3s 1978

1st mtge

80%
85%

Power Co—
A-O

Wisconsin Michigan
1st mtge
1st mtge

*T-D
M-N
M-N

88

98%

175

Wisconsin Electric Power—

1st

All bonds listed NYSE

_____

97%
—

91 Vi
100
104 Vi
104y4

Utah Power & Light Co—

101% 102%
99 y2 ioo y4
99 Vi ioo y4
i04y2
103
99% lOOVi

103

—

99%

1st mtge 3%s 1979
1st mtge 4y«s 1983
1st mtge 5y«s 1984

Texas

5Vis Sept 1 1977
4Vis April 1 1979
4Vis Dec 1 1981—;
5s Jan 1 1981
4Vis July 1 1983
Debenture issues—
4Vis March 1 1974
5Vis Dec 1 1976
6s June 1 1977
5Vis Aug 1 1980
5Vis Aug 1 1981
5s Oct 1 1983

104y4

—J-J

1st mtge 4Vis 1993
United Gas Corp—

104»/4

101

100

5%s

101.322

United Gas

94

—_

4%,s

96Vi

Union Lt Heat & Pwr 5s 1989—J-J

■

94
92
94

102




90 Vi
85 Vi
83
89 Vi

Union Electric Co of Missouri—
1st mtge 4Vis 1990
M-S
1st mtge 3Vis 1986
J-J
1st mtge 4Vis 1988
_M-S
1st mtge 4Vis 1990
M-S
1st mtge 4Vis 1991
J-J
1st mtge 4Vis 1993
M-N

97

101

s

—

J-J
J-J

A-O

—

Western Utilities Corp—

4Vis Mar 1 1983

5Vis

Ask

—

104

Debenture issues—
4Vis Sept 1 1974
4s April 1 1975
4'/is Jan l 1977
5s May 1 1978
5 Vis May 1 1981__.
5 Vis Dec 1 1981
5s April 1 1982
5S Sept 1 1982
6s Nov 1 1977
5s June 1 1983

Bid

Bonds—

West Penn Power—

Vi

85
85

99%
lOOVi

Transwestern Pipeline Co—
5s subord debs 1969 (ex-stk)-M-N

98%
ioi y4

103

1

85

J-D

M-N

1st mtge 4Vis 1986
1st mtge 4Vis 1988-—
1st mtge 4Vis 1991
4Vis s f debentures 1987
1st mtge 4Vis 1993

Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line—
1st mtge 4Vis 1978—.
_J-D
1st mtge pipe line 5s 1977
A-O
6Vis debentures 1978._M-N
1st mtge pipe line 5s 1979
F-A
1st mtge pipe line 5yas 1980-F-A
1st mtge pipe line 5y4s 1980-M-N
1st mtge pipe line 5s 1981_: M-N

■

___

101

A-O

Trans-Canada Pipe Line—
5.60s Jan 1 1987
5.85s Jan 1 1987

—-

,

-A-O
A-O

Toledo Edison Co—
1st mtge 2Vis 1977-

—

■

A-O

S f deb 3Vis 1973
1st mtge 3 Vis 1982
1st mtge 3Vis 1984
1st s f debs 3Vis 1977

—

97

103
ioi y4

M-N
A-O
A-O

mtge 2Vis 1975
3s 1977
1st mtge 3s 1978
1st

■!-

Ask

Light—

1st mtge

'

1979

Jan

Bid

Bonds—
Texas Power &

defaulted bonds

Western Power & Gas Co—

Tampa Electric Co—

5 3,s s

61

PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS

December, 1963

85 Vi

93%
97

105%

__

__

62

Public Utility Stocks
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963

'

Stocks—
; G: Par
Central Power & Light 4% pfd_100
Central Telephone Co common
10
$1.35 preferred
;
*

OVER-THE-COUNTER
UTILITY STOCKS

Without warrants
Alabama Power Co—
4.52 %
preferred
4.60 c/o preferred

American

100

-1

Gas

*
1

Telegraph Co

Anglo Canadian Tel Co class A—10
Appalachian Power Co—
4.501o s f preference
.—100
Arizona Public Service Co—

preferred
preferred

$1.10
$2.36
$2.40

109
103

4.96%

series A
—

99
105
25
91

100
22 Ya
n48
51
50

preferred

25

4.15% preferred

1061/2
26
96

100

5.44%

ccnv

series A 2nd pfd

50

Central West Co

23 Va

52Va

100

preferred

5.48%

Arkansas
Western Gas
2.50
Atlanta Gas Light Co—
Common
5
4 Va % preferred —
100
4.44% preferred
———100
—

Corp

Aurora

23%

2oy4

22%
17 Va
4414

._—

96

Commonwealth

16V4

17%

Concord Electric Co
Concord Natural Gas

28%

29 y4

92 Va
94

97

—

1

9%

Common

5

-—

——

100

preferred
preferred

4% % preferred

Barcelona Traction
& Power Co Ltd
Berkshire Gas Co

1°°
—100

Light
ordinary

193A
141
82
88

-*

—10

25%

25V2
4414

Blackstone

Valley Gas

21 y4
147

86
92

4.25% preferred--—.——~—100
4.78% preferred —
1°°

94
104
47
47

4

27 Va
27 y4
473 a

—*
25
20

preferred
Bridgeport Hydraulic Co__
5.28%

com—10
-—-50

Brockton Taunton Gas Co
$3.80 preferred

*

Calgary Power Co
Calif Interstate Telephone Co
California-Pacific Utilities—
Common
1st 5%

5

————5

preferred—-———■—20

20

5%: convertible preferred

California Water Service
12.50
California Water & Telephone—

—6.25
preferred
—.———25!
$1.24 convertible preferred——25

Common

—

——

$1.20

$1.25

25

preferred —__———-!

Carolina Natural Gas

Corp—.—.——1

49
33 Va

95 Va
105 Va
49

•

.

100
100

414:% preferred■
4.75 %

.

preferred

—.—4

4.10% preferred series
4%% preferred series
4.80% preferred series

100

A

C

—100
100

D_

Consumers

Water

4.92% preferred
Central Indiana Gas

—100
5

Co———

Central Louisiana Electric com.

Central
New

Maine! Power
common

3 Va %

(ex

a

preferred

4.6% convertible
6% preferred

•No par value,
a
dividend, z Ex-rights.




32%

35

*
100

Dallas Transit Co
7% preferred
Delaware Power &

■88
96

*'

•

_i_————
common
10

—.——100

24%

3.70% preferred
4% preferred

93
nl05!4
J8Va
95

100

Power

Co

;
5
pfd B_i_100

5.36%

Duquesne Natural Gas common
lc
$1.50 convertible preferred,
—25

1914

__

29

2914

20 Va

21%

93

94 y4

98
102

5y2

414
29

31

%
1414
1614

16
18

8%
108
22c

14

%

*

4.10% 1st preferred
$5 conv 2nd pfd (1957

23 %
40 y4

5.36%;: preferred

23%
6

.'

preferred

.514%

614

5.50%

5.65%

7%

series)—*
—100

preferred (series 1951)_100
preferred (series 1956)_100

preferred

100

(1957 series)_100
6.40% pfd (2nd 1957 series)—100

94

4614

49

13%
10 la

14%
1014

95

98

96
28 Va
n88
n99
11100

Elizabeth Consolidated Gas—
Elizabethtown Water Co (N J)

-

30
90

•

101
86

102Va
24%
35

87 Va

26%

S3

373/b

t20%

20%

100
100

74%
190

76

120

Called for redemption, see

10
*

Empire & Bay States Tel gtd—-100
Empire District Electric—434% preferred
100
Equitable Gas Co—
4.36% convertible preferred—100
Ericsson (L M) Telephone—
Class B
L: 35kr
Essex Company
:
50
Co__,
10
Fitchburg Gas & Electric Light
25
Florida Gas Co
i
1
Florida Power Corp—■
4% preferred
100
4.58% preferred
^—100
—

4.60% preferred

—100

Florida Power & Light Co—
414 % preferred
_100
Florida Public Utilities common
3
$1.12 convertible preference—_20
Florida Telephone Corp class A__—5
Florida Water & Utilities1
Fort Worth Transit Co_.
10
Galveston-Houston Co
:
5
——

page

94.

k Last sale,

n

19%

$2.50

preferred-

_!

—

21%

23 Va

50

51

40

*

.

21%

22

50

General Telephone Co of Iowa—
514 % preferred
25
General Telephone Co of Kentucky
5 % preferred—
50
5.20%
preferred
—100
General Telep Co of Michigan—
$2.40 preferred
__50
General Telephone Co of the
Northwest 4.80% preferred
__25
General Telephone of Ohio—
$2.20 preferred
•
$1.25 preferred v

24

——

50
100

_

—

50

—

24%

—

45%
25%

—

General Telephone Co of Fenn—
$2.10 preferred
*
$2.25 prefered
•
General Telephone Co of the
Southwest 5.10% preferred
20
$2.20 preferred
__•

46
49

50

21%

21%

45 Va

General Telephone of Wisconsin—
$5 preferred
z
100
$4.50 preferred
100
General Waterworks Corp com
1
5% preferred
:
_100
5.10% preferred
100
$5 voting preferred—.. —100
80c convertible 2nd preferred1
$6 voting preferred
100

—

101
96

—.

27%

28 V*
97

95

95%
95
27%

97
103

100

$4.60
$4.60

preferred
preferred

(1954
(1962

series)—*
series)
*
series)
*

Greenwich Gas Co common
$1.50 preferred 1—___—
Gulf Cities Gas Corp class A
Gulf Natural Gas Corp
Gulf Power Co 4.54% pfd
4.64%
preferred^-.
Gulf States Utilities Co—-

$4.52

*

*
l
100
_100

preferred

.100

Hartford Gas Co—
Common

49

51%

2314

25%

27 Va

91

96
102

8%

12.50

preferred

12.50

Haverhill Gas Co_
Hawaiian Electric Co
Hoyoke Street Ry Co
Holyoke Water Power

■

—_

_10

6.66%

10
10

.

99
99%
101.32

175

180
%

%

17%

20%
17%

19

*

28c
19

22

98
98%

25 %

•

1%
3%

1 Vb

2%
n99
97
__

41 Va
49

52

'

99

101.57

51
—

43%
21%

44%

37
31%

39
32 y4

8
58

—

Houston

—_100.

.

5.68% preferred
92
110

19%

19 y8

Hartford Electric Light Co—
3.90% preferred
50
4.50% preferred
—_50
4.96% preferred
50

9%,
109

El Paso Natural Gas Co—

$4.72

i9y4

New 414% preferred
_20
5 % preferred
—20
514 % preferred
;
20
General Telephone Co of Illinois—
$2,375 preferred
*
General Telephone Co of Indiana—
§2 preferred.
_—____»

$4.60 preferred (1963
Gold & Stock Telephone gtd
100
Great Lakes Natural Gas Corp—50c
Green Mountain Power
3.33V3

82

Dominquez Water Corp

Telephone Co of Calif—
preferred ____iL
20

Georgia Power Co—
106 V4

86
92

Tramway common.

70
89

50
50

100

Light Co—

Eastern Utilities Associates——.10
Edison Sault Electric Co__
5
El Paso Electric Co (Texas)—
Common
*
$4.12 preferred
$4.50 preferred

5

—100

45

22%

2 for 1 split)
—

314

*

414% preferred

Duke

Co

preferred

3/.

23 Va
43

26%

100

preferred

4%%

O

*
1

Dallas Power & Light Co—
$4 preferred
——

50

n92
69 VA
87

—

41%

~5

Co_

Fall River Gas

Central Illinois Light Co—
4.64% preferred
—:
100
Central Illinois Pub Serv Co—
4%
preferred
—-_10Q

37 Va

43

.—*

-

General

Ash

42

56

44%

1st preferred _:
*
Des Moines Transit Co
1
Detroit & Canada Tunnel
5
Detroit International Bridge_^__l

52 Vs
35 Va

Central Illinois Elec & Gas—
Common

*

■

$2.00 preferred
$1.90 preferred
Connecticut Ry & Lighting
Connecticut Water Co

Denver

.Carolina Power & Light—

$4.20 serial preferred—
—*
$5 preferred
Carolina Tel & Tel Co—..—r——20
Cascade Natural Gas Corp com
1
44ft : nrpferred
* i
Central Hudson Gas & Electric-

48
45

24%
19%
3414

—-1

Carolina Pipe Line Co

*

-

73

19
22 Va

35

.————100
4.20%: preferred _4_—
Z—100
4.28% preferred
100
4.56% preferred __i.
:
._100
5% preferred—:
100

Boston Edison Co—

Bridgeport Gas Co common:

*

.

$4.24 preferred
$4.80 preferred

& Elec—

preferred

:

Corning Natural Gas Corp

88

——-—1°0

•

5

714
323/4
24%

—

85

4*/4%

31%
23 Va
53
33

Corp

Bid

391/2

___—_—

91
95
6 3/8

5

$2:20 preferred
$2.06 preferred series E

7%

103

Connecticut Light & Power Co—
Common

4 3/4

17

41%

10
;•,/

Telep Co (Pa)

.

314

Biddeford & Saco Water Co
25
Black Hills Power & Light com—1
4.20% preferred
-—100

1

$2.04 preferred

4%

Baltimore Transit Co
Bangor Hydro Electric Co—
7%
4%

Commonwealth Gas Corp
Commonwealth Natural Gas

(Illinois)———.———1

—

21 y4

—

—

Par

4.25% convertible preferred—
4.36%' convertible preferred
5.28% convertible preferred

414%

104%
8%

163/4

22 Va

25 7/a

102 %
8

15%

Electric Co—
preferred —
—-100 s 103
City Sewerage-—
—-*
21
Utilities Corp
.1
6%

24 Va
83
92 Va
58

8Va

20

City

Atlantic
4.75%
Atlantic
Atlantic

253/4

42
22 Va

19

94
106

27
51
26 Va

49

73/4

____—

Arkansas Louisiana Gas—
90c preferred——-——
20
Arkansas Missouri Power Co—.2.50
Arkansas Power & Light Co—
4.32 % preferred
—_
10c

37 Va

26Va

39
20 Va

—

52

56 Va

6%

Gas Co
Chenango & Unadilla Telep
Chesapeake Utilities -.4

Stocks—

Gas Service Co
10
General Telephone & Electronics—
—

l
l

Chattanooga

__

101 Va

Ask

85

20
_1.75
Cincinnati & Suburb Bell Telep
50
Cincinnati Transit Co
12.50
.Citizens Utilities Co—
■
;
Class A
16%c
Class B
4
-_l6%c
City Gas Co of Florida—
1
Colorado Interstate Gas Co com
5
5.35%
preferred
100
Columbus & Southern Ohio Elec—
444% preferred —:
100
4.65% preferred _•_
100

4j/4
52

100

4%% preferred

101

3%

•

Central Vermont Pub Serv Co—
Common
—:—
—6

100

51

-25
—50
50
50

—

—

preferred
preferred

$2.50

$2.50 preferred series A
»

100
100
100

Co_—.__

Gas

2%

2%

-——

.

American District

Ask

Bid

Par

Stocks—

Alabama Gas Corp com "wts"_
$5.50 series A preferred ww

4.92% preferred
Alabama-Tenn Natural

Bid

.

Nominal,

r

S4
97 Va
102
102 Va

__

98 Va

IO31/2
104

102'4

103%

—

103 Va 105
'106
107 Va

38%
29%

41%
32 Va

55

98

102

106

103

33%

34%

25

38%

40%

62

65
10%

9%
87

89

100% 101%

Lighting & Power—
$4 preferred
_*
Houston Natural Gas Corp—
Common
—u__——
_5
5% preferred "$50 par"
5% preferred "$25 par"—
5V4% convertible preference—100
Hugoton Gas Trust "units"-—
Hugoton Production Co
—1
Idaho Power Co 4% preferred_100
Illinois Bell Telephone Co
_20
Indiana Gas & Water Co
*
Indiana & Michigan Electric—
41a % preferred
100

Indiana

Telephone Corp
*
Indianapolis Water Co
10
Inter-County Tel & Tel com__4.16%
5% preferred series A
25
Intermountain Gas Co
,_1
Inter-Mountain Telephone Co_
.10
Interstate Power Co—
4.36% preferred
J 50
5%% preferred _____4
—,_50
Iowa Electric Light & Power Co—
—

4.80%

69

91

38%
51

41
52

25%

26%

350

49%

86
74

87 Va
76

29%

31%

90
40
34
43 Va
24%

92
—

-

35
44 Va
—

18%

19%

19 V*

20

47
53

50

preferred

12%

11%
46%

51

100
100

93
90

100
100
100

72

53

100
98

22%
24%
2414

100

25%
26
26V4

7%
5

87/a

5%

5%

6

Iowa-Xlllnois Gas

& Electric—

$4.36

preferred
$4.22 preferred
Iowa Power & Light Co—
3.30

%
4.35%

preferred
preferred

4.80%

preferred

Canadian dollar value,

t New stock,

—

x

Ex-dlvidend.

■—K:

93
103
y

Ex-stock

63

PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS

December, 1963

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963
Bid

Par

Stocks—

Ask

_5

Common
3% % preferred

100

4.20% preferred
Iowa Southern Utilities
So

10

91

85

23%

•
•

preferred series A

4.50%
preferred
4%% preferred (1949 series)

100
100

98
98

19%

4.28% preferrd series A
100
4.32%
preferred-.
100
Kansas-Nebraska Natural Gas—
Common
5
$5 preferred
•

24%
76
102

73
98

Kansai Electric Power Co—
American deposit receipts
Kansas Gas & Electric Co—

Kansas Power &

100

20%

94
95

283/4

29%

103

100
100

99%

101%

—

—

Kentucky Utilities Co
preferred

5%

preferred

100

Co

103

1
253/4
27%
101

26%
291/4

12%
91

100

preferred
100
preferred 2nd series_100

Co

common

—100
100

—100
100

5% preferred
Lowell Gas Co

-

102

25
_

—

92

98

(Ky)—

—

10

10

——

4.22%

preferred
4%%; preferred
4.40%
4%%

conv

preferred—
4%% preferred
5% class A preferred^

28
36
51

283/4

39%

42%

38

Michigan Gas & Electric com
4.40% preferred
Michigan Gas Utilities:
Mid-America Pipeline Co
Mid-Continent Telephone Corp
Middlesex Water Co

10

.100

49

97
nl04
12
12

105
13 Vb
13 V8

92
g3

95

21%

16%
20%

17
21

•

35%

37%

36%

38%

20

20%

20%
41%

,_1

41

100

preferred

108
103
101
98

100
.—100

S5.10 1st preferred
5%
preferred
—

Mississippi Power Co 4.60% pfd.100
Mississippi Power & Light Co—
4.36% preferred——
100
4.56%
preferred
;
100

100

99

25%

Missouri Natural Gas Co
2.50
Missouri Power & Light Co—
3.90%
preferred—
_100
4.30% preferred—.
100
Missouri Public Service Co—

1414

26%
15

84

86

„

4.30%

preferred-.

5.52 %

preferred

87

—100

—

.

n88%

100

90

105

-

Missouri Utilities Co common
5% preferred new —
5% preferred old
Mobile Gas Service Corp com
4.90%
preferred—

1

24

100
-100

Monongahela Light & Power—

50

31%
94

333/4
96

—

100
-100

92
96

100

96
35

10

37%

_50

50%

100

99

Co—
5

100
—100

4.52% preferred
4.72% serial preferred
5% serial preferred
5.40%
5.64%

preferred
preferred

15%

—3.25

;

—

73
88

•

Pacific Gas Transmission Co
Pacific Power & Light Co—

23%

•
•

preferred
preferred

Common

5134

- —100
-100
-100

:

24%
90

25%

16%
24%

nl00% 100%
96%
103
107

108%

Panhandle Eastern Pipe
4.64% preferred
Penn Ohio Gas Co_

97
32
97
45

5

26%

.

100

101

10c

4.60%

preferred
preferred
preferred
preferred

series C
series D
series E
series F
preferred series G

102%

33%

33
96
81
89
101
98
100

100
100

100
100

100

35
98

$4.70

—100
100

Montana Power
36 preferred

95
nlOO

•
*

preferred——
preferred

116

$4.20 preferred
Muscle Shoals Natural Gas

1

93
13

Narragansett Electric 4Va% pfd—50
4.64% preferred
50

•

Common

4.10% preferred
Pennsylvania Power Co—
4%% preferred
4.24% preferred
4.64% preferred
Pennsylvania Power & Light
3.35%
preferred
4.60%

100

100

90

50%
91

100
100

94

96

49%

93%
95%
101
103

100

74

100

102

5%

preferred
Philadelphia Suburban Water—
i.

21

50

of
preferred—:—100

105

America

5Va%

5%%

preferred

preferred
5%% preferred

5.40%

New

_100

.

5%% preferred
Nevada Northern Gas Co
Nevada Power Co—
5.20% preferred

100

;

1

20
20
20

—

England Gas <& Elec Assn

8

New England Power Co 6% pfd—100
4.60 %
preferred—
100
4.56% preferred
100
New Haven Gas Co
25
-New Haven Water Co_.
50
New Jersey Natural Gas Co—
Common
——
-5
6% preferred
—-20
-

New

--—

104
103
a24
21

21%
21%
33
122
100
100

25%
22

34
126

101%
102

45%

47%

86

88

20%
21 %

22

22 %

31%

100

100

100

43/4% preferred
100
Newport Electric Corp com
10
33A% preferred———100
•No par value, a Called
atock dividend.
* Ex-righta.




102
33'%
36
70

•
»
5c

25

common

4.55% preferred
43/4% preferred
5%
preferred
5.05% preferred
5.35% preferred

1
100
100

100
100
100
100

100

Southwest Gas Corp common
$1

conv

1
5

preferred

Southwest Gas

Producing

1

Southwestern Electric Power
4.65% preferred
4.28%
preferred

.100
100

preferred

-

■

—

1.

—

343,4
96
37%

21%
10%

95

28%
18%

30%

36
90
97

3634

14%
52

15%
54%

31%

33%

93 Vb
99
98
SI
93

93%
98

20

_

95
100

—

40 %

41%

40%
7%

43V4
8%

101
94

100

103%

1

21%

Southwestern Electric Service

preferred

100
.1

25
25

—

23%

78
83

86

87

89

23%

23%

100

-25

26

24 %

99

10
16%
110%

Gas Light

—

24%

Portland General Electric—
3.75
Potomac Edison Co 3.60% pfd—100
4.70% preferred series B
100
Potomac Electric Power Co—
$2.44 serial preferred—
-50

serial

$2.46

preferred

10%

18%

87

8%
92
25%

75

99
51
51 %

50

52%
53

Public Service Co of Colorado—
4.64%
preferred
—
100
4.90% preferred
100
Public Serv of New Hampshire—
Common
-5
3.35% preferred
100
4%% preferred
:
100

102
103

103%

27%

29%

29%

73

5

100

99

102%
13%

Public
4%

Service

85%

for redemption, tea page 94.

k Last tale,

n

Nominal,

II
14%

87%

92

102% 104
r

de

100
100

Mexico—

"Adrs"

$5

55
27

6%
21

94%
92
103

non-cum

8.85
11
32
40

5

preferred

l
1
1

Tennessee Gas Transmission
4.10% preferred

93

28%
6%
—

96 Vb

93%
105
9.05

12%
33
_

Co

100
100

—

4.25%

preferred

4.50%
4.60%

conv

4.72%
4.90%

conv

2nd

preferred

100

preferred
4.64% preferred
4.65% preferred
2nd

100
100
100
100
100
100

preferred

preferred

4.92% conv 2nd preferred
5% convertible 2nd preferred_100
5.08% preferred
100
5.10% preferred
100
5.12% preferred
_100
5.24^
5.25%

preferred
preferred

100
100

Tennessee Natural Gas Lines
Texas Eastern Transmission—
5% preferred

Canadian

5.52%
5.60%

preferred
preferred

5.85%
6.70%

pfd

preferred

94
95
99

102

98
97

100
99

95%
96%

98% 100
94
99

103

95

100%
104

102% 103%
101
101
101
103

103%
102%
102%
104%

101% 103

t New

atock.

13%
99 %
111
117

143s
101
112

103% 105
104
105%
160

104% 106
104% 106
105 Vb 107

-

89
99
100
104

$5.08 preferred
Texas Gas Producing

value,

mn
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

preferred

Texas Electric Service Co$4 preferred
$4.56 preferred
$4.64 preferred

dollar

3

100

5.75% subord conv
5.80% preferred

of Oklahoma—

preferred
100
4.24% preferred
100
Puget Sound Power & Light Co—
4.84% preferred
100

100

.

—

__1

•

5.125% conv preferred—^.
5.35% subord conv pfd_l

__

Public Service Co of New Mexico—
Common
5% series A preferred
5.25% pfd w w 1959 series
Without warrants

1

25%

52%

105

26 %
71
87%

—

Susquehanna Corp
Syracuse Transit Corp

24

18

17%

*

S1.44 conv preferred
Springfield Gas Light Co

Class A
Class B

32%

7%

1
25
25
10

31%

31%

•

common

Common
$1.32 conv preferred

(Bearer)

88

94
100

Southern Union Gas Co
4%% preferred
4%% preferred

5
•

Telephones Inc
Telephone Service Co. of Ohio—

102

Philadelphia Transportation Co__ 10

Public Service Co of N C_

Jersey Power & Light—

4.05%
preferred
New Orleans Public Service—
4.35%
preferred

10

22

„

22%

32 Vb

n93

21
n96
9%

Telefonos

43%

3.75

TlTPfPTTPri

Natural Gas Pipe Line Co

40%

36%

Southern California Water
Southern Gas & Water Co com
$4.50 preferred
$5 preferred
Southern Gulf Utilities Inc
Southern New England Tel

36%

41

South Atlantic Gas Co com
5
5% preferred
100
South Georgia Natural Gas Co
1
South Pittsburgh Wat 4%% pfd_100

Tampa Electric Co—
4.32% series A preferred—
4.16% series B preferred
5.10% series C preferred

76

100

preferred

100

Phila Suburban Transportation_2.50

Portland

47
50

5
100

35%
23%
23 %
23%

Southwestern States Telephone—

Piedmont Natural Gas Co com—50c
S5.50 convertible preferred
•
Pioneer Natural Gas Co
3.75
Pioneer Telephone Co_
33%c

Co—

& Power Co

preferred
4.40% preferred
4.60% preferred
5% preferred

83
91

Pennsylvania Gas & Water Co—

Common
5% preferred
96 %

z

—

100

3.75

4.15%
4.36%

Montana Dakota Utilities—

4.50%

!

Southwestern Public Service Co—
3.70% preferred
100
3.90% preferred"
100

%

Pennsylvania & Southern Gas—1.25
Pennsylvania Electric Co—
4.40% preferred series B
100
3.70%
4.05%
4.70%

4%

Line—

95

100

17

34%

Orange & Rockland Utilities—
4.65% preferred series A.
S3.60
$4.40

100
12.50
25
25
25
25
25

4.36% preferred series A
Sierra Pacific Power Co

90

4%% preferred
Ohio Water Service Co

4.50%

94
97

5

Mississippi Valley Gas Co

Savannah Electric

32%
103%

100

preferred
4.40% preferred

~7%

67
31

Southeastern Telephone Co

4.20%

Otter Tail Power
Common

101

—

6%
4%

com

preferred series A
preferred series B
4.70% preferred series C
4.70% preferred series D
5%% preferred series E

5%

—10

5% preferred series C
Minneapolis Gas Co common

60%

16%

3

Ohio Power Co—
4.08%
preferred

138

of

Middle States Telephone Co
Illinois common

5%%

46

19%

preferred —_™———100

59
81
86
96

Oklahoma Natural Gas Co—
4%% preferred A

2.50
•
•

common

n98%

—100

.

Madison Gas & Electric
8
Maine Public Service Co—
4.75%
preferred—
—
50
Massachusetts Electric—
4.44% preferred
100
4.76% preferred —
——100
Mexican Light & Power Co com
•
$1 preferred
13.50

.100

4%%
43,i%

104

100
100

preferred

89
103

.

5% preferred A
San Jose Water Works

96

100
100

-

100

—

100
com

100
100

109

94
94

._—

Telephone

87
89
101

7%
29

St. Joseph Light & Power—

100
100
junior preference
40

preferred

28

100
100

Rochester Telephone Corp—
5%
preferred
Rochester Transit Corp.
Rocky Mountain Natural Gas.
$50 units
$20 units
—

Northern Indiana Public Service

4%%

90
96

100

;

4.96%
preferred
Louisville Gas & Electric

7%

103
130
106

-100

.

Northwestern Public Serv com

136

Light Co—

preferred-preferred:

Co

64 %

.

104

Gas

28
63 %

Northern Ontario Natural Gas
*
Northwest Natural Gas Co—
Common
9.50
5% % preferred
_100

30

10

conv

4.16%
4.44%

Hi
13 %

10

4%%

85

Tel

Louisiana Power &

Lynn

31 %

17%

25

Tel &

l*

5

5

Ask

7

5

12%

com

Bid

1

4% % preferred series I
4.10% preferred series J
4.95% pfd series K

0

North Penn Gas Co
North Shore Gas (Mass)
Northern Illinois Gas Co

5% preferred
5% conv preferred
5.50% preferred

14

4%

Par

Quebec Natural Gas Corp
Roanoke Gas Co (Va)„
Rochester Gas & Electric—
4% preferred series F
4.10% preferred series H

13

13%

50 yen

.

—

12%

North Carolina Nat Gas Corp—2.50
North Carolina Telephone Co
1

Northern Ohio

10

.

Light common
preferred

Lincoln
5%
5%

29%
101%

100

La Crosse Telephone Corp
10
Laclede Gas Co—
:;
5% preferred series B__.2—
-25
Lake Superior Dist Power com—10
Lawrence Gas
Lewiston Gas

dep shares

—.

10

Common

5%

American

—

Light Co—

4Va% preferred
5% preferred

4%%

Niagara Frontier Transit System_10
Nippon Electric Co Ltd—

Stocks—

Ask

Gas—

4.15% preferred series 1954

90

Co
Jamaica Water Supply common

<fc

27%

26
82

100

.—

Bid

Par

Stocks—
N Y State Electric

Iowa Public Service Co (Iowa)—•

25c
x

16%

Ex-dividend.

101

17%

PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS

64

QUOTATIONS FOB ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963
Par

Stocks

Texas Gas Transmission Corp—
5%% conv 2nd preferred
100
4 96%

preferred

5.40%

100

preferred

II

S4.B*

nr<,forrp>i

preierrea

•

88

~

'

Toledo Edison Co
4 56% preferred

—

>

;

'

102%

II

101

*

101

*

■

., A1

"

101

—

100

100

—

29%

50c

22%
52

$2.55 preferred
$4.90 preferred

*

$5 60 preferred

*

$5.70 preferred

•

104%
105

$5.26 preferred
$5.96 preferred
•
Tucson Gas & Electric Lt & Pow_5

1




104ya
—

105
106%
207/s
22%

15%

100

961/

•

37%

99
39

4%% preferred series A
^100
United Traction (Albany NY)
•
•No par value, a Called
dividend, z Ex-rights.

22%
53

15%

Illuminating Co
United Telephone Co of Pa—

for

40

5%% preferred

__

26

99%

100

26%
__

Utah Power & Light Co—
$1.28 preferred series A

25

$1-18 preferred series B

25

25%

Utilities & Industries Corp

2

18

26%
18%
~

*

97
19

Virginia Telep & Teleg Co

10

Volunteer Natural Gas—

23

1

7%

$4.25 preferred
$4.60 convertible preferred

preferred

103%

10

39%

41%

5

$1.44 junior conv preferred
West Ohio Gas—

102

•

Common

22%

23%

25
—5

55

i6%

a—

n52%

50
1

92

134

»

Washington Natural Gas Co
West Coast Telephone Co—

49%

50

53

14%

P°Wer C°~
—
100
Wiscons^ Michigan Power—
Wisconsin Power & Light Co

White River Propane Gas

_

II

_

18%

•

84% 89

•

94%
13%

2
5

16%
23%

17
25%

4

15

too

~o

78

79%

101/

Trio

00

78

t

4.40% preferred

laOM,

1

53%

54

100

preferred

IOO

JRR
tow n=1 J? p,,l,u
rvTrn
Wisconsin Public Service Corp—
n

92

**100
JR?i,
101 h

100

5

"

__

103

g.glt pref^IZ:_-I_-_lSo lol
Wisconsin Southern Gas
lo
32

13%

Western Gas Service—
Western Kentucky Gas

,

51
51

49% 50%
50%

50
50

Western Utilities Corp—:

8%

*
—*

$4.80 preferred
$5 serial preferred

50
50

*

3.60% preferred—

.

West Texas Utilities 4.40% pfd_100

see

4.72% preferred 1st series

4.72% preferred 2nd series

5.44%

50
50

24%

Westcoast Transmission Co Ltd

redemption,

5% preferred

Wls^sin

88%

38% 41%
—
32
34%
31
32%

-5
Western Massachusetts common—_5
Cos —50c
Western Power & Gas
Common

$2.55 preferred

West Penn Power Co

99

Western Light & Telephone—

$2.75 preferred

vlrginla Electric & Power Co—

Bid

Par

Stocks—

4.75% preferred series A
4.75% preferred series B

27

30

101%

100
103

4%%°P^fl"P"Vement~
United

50

Washington (D C) Gas Light—

*

United Cities Gas Corp (HI)

1

5% preferred

Ask
8

All issues listed NYSE

.

Trans-Canada Pipe Lines Ltd—
1
Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line—
Common

Bid
7%

Upper Peninsula Power common—9

q9%

101

$4.56 preferred
$4 76 preferred
.

Par

Stocks—

United Transit Co common
135

III—100

Texas Power & Liaht Co
$4 preferred

Ask

Bid

page

94.

k Last sale,

n

Nominal,

r

York County Gas
York Water Co

Canadian dollar value,

t New stock,

20
lo
x

Ex-dividend,

38
35
y

II
38

Ex-stock

65

December, 1963

Investing Companies Stocks and Bonds
OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS

NOTICE—All bonds prices are
OVER-THE-COUNTER
STOCKS AND BONDS

Ask

Aberdeen Fund Inc
25c
Admiral Finance 614s 1970
Advance Growth Capital Corp
1
Advisers Fund Inc
1
Aetna Finance Company common.l

2.35

2.57

98 %
l7/s

~2%

conv

subord debs

1975—F-A
1.25

Affiliated Fund Inc
Aid Investment & Discount

6%

Inc—

M-S

capital notes 1972

16
112

8.70

82

1%

5

7
38 %

Business Shares Inc
1
Discount Co of Georgia-*
European Securities
*

4.22
31
29
15 34
6.54

32 y2
30
17 y4

ft

U

Financial

Corp

Growth Fund Inc
American Investors Corp—;

American Investors Fund
American Mutual Fund Inc—
American Realty

Trust-

*
lc
—1
1
1
1

Savings & Loan Assn__3314 c
Anchor Corp class B non-vot
50c
Anderson New England Capital—1

Amer

Bancorporation
10
Associated Fund Inc trust shares—*

Arizona

Atkinson Corp common5 % preferred
Atomics Physics 8s Science
Fund Inc
—
—

5

100

33 %c
Automobile Banking Corp com—25c
Class A purchase wts
.

$1.50 preferred
•
6% convertible B preferred
614s capital debs ww 1976

25

10
F-A

Axe-Houghton Fund A Inc
1
Axe-Houghton Fund B Inc—
1
Axe-Houghton Stock Fund Inc——1
Axe Science & Electronics Corp—lc
-7.50
Baystate Corp
-1.25
Belmont Savings & Loan
1
Beneficial Corp
Beneficial Finance Co—
—J-D
4.45s debentures 1988
1
Blue Ridge Mutual Fund Inc_
1
Bondstock Corp.—
1
Boston Capital Corp
1
Boston Fund Inc
—50
Boston Investment Co
—1
Brentwood Financial Corp
_50c
Broad Street Investing Corp

Commonwealth Income Fund Inc—1
Commonwealth International &
General Fund Inc
1
Commonwealth Investment
1
Commonwealth Loan 4% pfd
100
Commonwealth Realty Trust—
Certificates of beneficial interest-

9.62
10.10
10.06
81

8y8

1

16.46

Composite Bond & Stock Fund
Composite Fund Inc

50c

50c
1

$18.56
9.57
9%
6ys
14 74
5%
20
1.53

20%

2'/a
8

Class

4~.56

7.07

1~0.46
10

6%
15
6 V4

21

1.69
22%

70

5.22

5%
niy8

6V4

22
7
99
9.06
4.10
11.12

55%
16 Va
35%

6%
9.74

6.26
9.35
4.48
12.09

57%
17%
38%

12.93

5.18
7ya
10.64

143

10%
14.49

Consolidated Investment Trust
1
Consultant Mutual Inv__
_l0c
Consumers Acceptance Corp—
Class A
10c

Continental Capital Corp
10
Continental Investment Corp
3 Mi
Continental Mortgage Investors
•

Corporate Leaders Trust Fund B
Investments Inc—
Diversified Income Fund
.
1

11%
15.56

6s series A

California Financial Corp
5s conv subord debs 1977
California Fund Inc
California Growth Capital Inc

A-O
1
5

Cambridge Financial Corp cl A—lc
Canada General Fund (1954) Ltd-l
Canadian Fund Inc
1
Canadian Inter'l Growth Fd Ltd
1
Capital Life Insurance & Growth
Stock
Fundlc

Century Shares Trust' (Boston)
Channing Financial Corp
Chase Fund of Boston
Chemical Fund Inc

7%

Securities Co com

preferred

11.52

4%

1

Centennial Fund Inc
Central Invest Corp of Denver

5V2
tli:89

2.50

1.25

1

1

1

25c
1.25

100

.

14.66
7

106
109
8.48
7.76
4%
5%
%
%
16.94
18.51
16.66 18.03
11.03 12.05

.1

Capital Southwest Corp
Carolinas Capital Corp

Christiana

97
13.38
6%

12.63
5'A
6 y2

T35

15.10 16.50
n%
7 74
7.22
6.61
12.39 13.55
216
208
141
135

5V8S debentures 1980—
J-J
4%s debentures 1979.
J-J
4V2s debentures 1984
M-S
Series debentures—
4%s
—July 1 1964
4%s
July 1 1965
4%s
.July 1 1966
4%s
July 1 1967
4%s
-July 1 1968
434s
July 1 1969
43As
July 1 1970
Citizens & Southern Capital Corp_l
Civic Finance Corp
2
Colonial Acceptance Corp—
Class A common 1st series——1
.

Colonial Fund Inc
1
Colonial Growth & Energy Shares-1
Columbia Savings & Loan Assn—2
_.

Commerce

Commercial

Investment Corp

1

1

Delta Capital Corp

1

Dempster Investment Co
Denver Real Estate Inv Assn
Developers Small Business

1

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

4%9& subord notes 1977
5% notes 1977
4Ya% notes 1978
J-J
4%% notes 1979
M-N
4%% notes 1980
J-J
5 %% notes 1980
A-O
4% % notes 1981
F-A
4 %% notes 1985
Commonwealth Financial Corp—_10
Commonwealth Fund—
Plans A and B
Plans C and D
•Without

Ex-dividend,




14%
6%
11.23
12.24

10%
n%

3%
15
7

12.28
13.38
11 ya
1 74

par value.
y Ex-stock

98%
92
99
98%
104
102
102

105'A
98 y4
100
5%

Economic Investment Trust—
3s series B 1964_.
Electronics Capital Corp
Electronics Investment Corp
Electronics International

J -J
1
1

—£1

Empire Financial Corp
Empire- Fund

1
1

Equitable Credit Corp (N Y) —
20c participating preferred
2
Equitable Credit & Discount—
6%s junior conv sub debs '77 F-A
*

Common

$Net asset value,
dividend.

16%

3

38
9.84

14

17%

6.99

7.60

92

89%

94
91 y4

92

95

35
18

39
11
20

4%
i4y2

15 %

lc
lc
lc
l

10%

7.04
13.03
9.40

8y4.

47s

7.72
14.27
10.30
974
19.02

_

99 %
8
5.00

5%
1%
60
15%

$23.72
$22.28
n5
93

5.46
6

1%
65

16%
—

—

—

94

28%

2%
30%

9.29

9.63

%
$26.71

%

2

17%

--

19

10.43
18.39
17.61
10.45
90

17.01

16.20
9.56
85
5

13y4

8%
_7%

5%
14%

15

574

7274
95

1

1
1

Corp

1

.10c
1

Mutual Fund

Foursquare Fund Inc
Franklin Corporation
Franklin Custodian Funds—
Bond series

stock series
Preferred stock series
Utilities series
page 94.

5.04

5.51

10c

12%

13%

9%
9%
8 7s

1674
6

15

16%

9

1074
3 74

2%
6

574

19%
10%
X5.90
2.19

5%
20%

9

9%

3%

3%

J-J

99%

99%

1

3%

lc

Capital Investment Corp

lc

93
.60

10c
1

2.34
8.37

9.41
7.18

Income F undation Fund
Income Ft nd of Boston Inc

Institut onal Growth Fund
lc
Institutional Income Fund
lc
Insurance & Bank Stock Fund Inc
Insurance Securities Inc
«
International Resources Fund Inc lc
Interstate Finance Corp
1
Interstate Securities Co
5
Investment Co of America
l
Warrants
Investment Corp of Florida
;
2c
Investment Trust of Boston
.1
Investors Capital Exchange Fund
Investors Diversified Services—
Class A non-voting
1
Investors Mutual Inc Fund
Investors Stock Fund
Investors Selective Fund
Investors Variable Paymt Fund

Investors Intercontinental
Investors Research Fund
Istel Fund Inc

Japan

12.05
10.94
7.35
7.37
25%
4.74
21

9%
11.12

4

8.65
3.91
2.56
9.15
10.28
7.85

13.17
11.96

8.03
'8.06

27%
5.18

21%
10%

2%

12.15
15%
2%

11.85

12.95

14%

$80.87
228

1
1

11.37
18.47
10.52
7.01
6.17
13.33
35.86

1

238

114.14

I

12.29
19.97
11.26

7.58
6.67
14.57
36.53

(The) Fund Inc

listed NYSE
Johnston Mutual Fund Inc
Now

Keystone Custodian Funds Inc—
Class A com non-vot
*
B-l Investment Bond Fund
1
B-2 Medium-Grade Bond Fund—1
B-3 Low Priced Bond Fund
B-4 Discount Bond Fund

K-l Income Fund

1
1
1
l

Keystone International Fund Ltd-l
Knickerbocker Fund
1

16

1674

X24.50

25.57

23.26

25.38

16.75

18.28

10.16
9.12
X5.21
22.13
12.61
15.22
4.33
14.51
6.41
6.78

11.09
9.95
5.69
24.20

13.76
16.60
4.73
15.70
7.03
7.43

Knickerbocker Growth Fund Inc

1

1

5

1
1
1

16.87
11.31
32%

17.75
12.36
33%

25
1

29%

3074

6
18.20
7.16
4

19.89
7.81

5%% conv preference
Liberty Real Estate Trust

11%
6.48

X6.53
11.09

2 39
7.10
12.12

6%

774

2.56
6.51
2.63
7.61

2.82
7.16
2.89
8.36

k Last sale,

1
„l

La Salle Street Capital Corp
Lazard (The) Fund Inc
Lexington Income Trust
Liberty Loan Corp common

6%

4%
5

H-DA

Hamilton Management Corp—
Class A com non-vot
Hawthorne Financial Cl-p
Hilton Credit Corp
Household Finance Corp- —
4%s debentures 1991

K-2 Growth Fund
S-l High-Grade Com Stk Fund-l
S-2 Income Com Stock Fund
1
S-3 Growth Com Stock Fund
1
S-4 Low Priced com Stk Fund
1

Investment

1

10c

Hamilton Funds fnc—■

-

2

106
105
9674
95
4.71
4.30

8%

10c

"574

Investors Group Funds—

9.60

Mortgage Investors
*
Real Estate Trust-*

4%

Incorpora ed Income Fund
1
Incorpora :d Investors
1
Institution *1 Shares Ltd—
Institutional Foundation Fund lc

~8%

374

10

1

Imperial Capital Fund Ibc
Imperial Fund Inc

2%
iy4

lc

18.47

$22.70

Illinois

5c

J-D

1
1

Series

9.72

13.75
15.37

14.22

1

see

—

—

Gulf-Southwest Capital Corp

—

12.73

First Financial Corp of the West-*
First Investors Corp class A
1
First Lincoln Financial Corp
*
First Midwest Capital Corp
5

redemption,

__

17
13

Aerospace-Science
Common (The) Stock Fund
Fully Administered Shares
Growth Capital Inc
Growth Industry Shares Inc

974

3.74
5.31
20.05

10

for

97%
99

Group Securities Inc—

11.20

First Connecticut Small
Business Investment Co

Called

100%
102

127

67a
___

3.40
4.91
18.45

71%
90 y2

Corp
First
Small Business
Corp of N J
First Southern Co
First Virginia Corp—.
First Western Financial

—

—

123

2%
1%

10.24

Pennsylvania
10
Financial Corp of Arizona
5
Financial Corp of Santa Barbara—1

First

112

—

5

Gibraltar Financial Corp of Calif—
4%s conv subord debs 1976
J-D
Government Employees
Financial Corp
2
Great Southern Real Estate Trust-*
Great Southwest Corp
1
Greater Washington Indus Invest_l
Greenfield Real Estate Inv Tr
•

1

10c
1
1
1
Fiduciary Mutual Invest Co Inc—1

First National
First Research

99%

of Canada Ltd—
4s June 1 1964-

12%
15%
22.10

$46.49

—

;

8.98
X8.87

1
1

Financial Corp

Federal Street Fund Inc
Federated Growth Fund
Federated Investors Inc—
Class B non-vot
Fidelity America Financial Corp
Fidelity Capital Fund Inc
.
Fidelity Fund Inc
Fidelity Trend Fund Inc

Common

1.58
1.63

36%
$22.42

Equitable Savings & Loan Assn
4
Equity Fund Inc_
20c
Equity Investment Corp
10c
Exchange Fund of Boston
Far West

99 y4

Guardian Mutual Fund Inc

Eaton & Howard Balanced Fund 50c
Eaton & Howard Stock Fund
50c

Founders

6%

11.16

2%
$9.95

I

Florida Bancgrowth Inc
Florida Growth Fund Inc„_
Florida Mutual Fund

95%

14%
20.26

11

8%

Dreyfus Fund Inc

First Bank Stock Corp
First Boston Corp

102

102
3

y8

lc

5%s subord s f debs'ww 1978
Without warrants
Financial Industrial Fund Inc

100 %
101 Ya
101%
102
102

12

*

Dial Finance Co
*
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

Capital Ltd

J-D
A-O

General Investors Trust
l
General Motors Acceptance Corp—
4%s 1985 (now listed NYSE)
General Motors Acceptance Corp

9%

2
1
5>/4
6

—

9%
8.29
11.16

4%s Dec 15 1969

8%
1074

63.32
11.09
12.20

Financial General Corp—

99 Y\

Credit Co—

3%% notes 1965
3%% notes 1976
41/4% notes 1974

x

104
101

—

62.69
10.15

Fiinance Co of

C I T Financial Corp—

20.50

1
1
1

A

9y4
7.63
10.18

General Contract Finance Corp—
5%% conv preferred series A
20
General Corp of Ohio
1

10%

7.27

Energy Fund Inc

Subord cap inc debs 2010. -Q-J
1
Bullock Fund Ltd
8
Business Funds Inc

$9.98

F-A

474s senior debs 1983—
General America Corp

—

6.65

Electro-Science Investors Inc com_l
5%s debs ser A 1972
M-S

Finance Plan—

10 Ya
19.00

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

Senior debs 6s 1980
5s conv subord debs 1981

1

De Vegh Mutual Fund Inc—
Decatur Income Fund Inc_—
Delaware Fund Inc
Delaware Valley Financial Corp—

Class

General Acceptance Corp—
Senior debs 4%s 1971
Subord debs 5s 1970
Subord debs 6y4s ww 1974
Senior debs 5%s 1976

$12.46

Crown Western

Investment Corp
Devonshire Street Fund Inc

98%
11.88
4.74

1

—.

Class B

4.78

5.76

B

1

Ask

—

17.99
5.25 10.05
8.42 9.15

$93.77

Congress Street Fund Inc_
Consolidated Credit Corp—

*
1

Fundamental Investors Inc

11.04
10.99

7%

Bid

Par

Franklin Realty—
Shares of beneficial int
Fund of America Inc

10.51

Concord Fund Inc

1

Allied Capital Corp
Allied Finance Co

Budget

7.58

class A—lOc

All-State Credit Corp

American
American
American
American
American

109
8.04

Stocks and Bonds—

Ask

Bid

Commonwealth Stock Fund—

Bid

6.88
15 V*

marked "I" and Income and defaulted bonds

Par

stocks and Bonds—
Par

5%s

"and interest" except where

Life Insurance Investors Inc
Life Insurance Stock Fund Inc

Livestock Financial Corp

1
1

1

Loomis-Sayles Canadian 8s

5%

6%

474

Lytton Financial

n

1

$30.27
$15.58
31

Major Finance Corp

2

2%

3%

lc
lc

xl.78
xl.63

1.95
1.78

International Fund Ltd
Loomis-Sayles Mutual Fund Inc

Managed Funds—
General Industries shares

Special Investment shares
Nominal,

r

.1

1

Canadian dollar value,

31%

t New stock.

INVESTING COMPANIES SECURITIES

66

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963
NOTICE—All bonds prices are
Stocks and Bonds

Bid

Par

Marine Capital Corp
Mass Investors Growth Stock

Mercantile Financial Corp
Midland Capital Corp

25.83

11.35

12.40

11%

11%

•

1

Co

is%

7%
10%
40c

7

1

10V4

.10c

Capital Corp
Monmouth Capital >Corp
Morton (B C) Fund Inc—
Minnesota

7%
19%

7

1

Capital

16.56

X15.15
23.63

2

Midland-Guardian

8.99

X8.23

Massachusetts Investors Trust—
Shares of beneficial interest_33%c
Massachusetts Life Fund
1
Medical Securities Inc
1

33c

1

6>A

5%

Growth

Series
Insurance Series

6.86
9.21

Investing Foundation—
Mutual Investing Foundation
Growth Fund
Mutual Investment- Fund

Mutual Shares Corp
__1
Mutual Trust Inc—
Shares of beneficial interest- _25c

+

16.78

4.49
9.75
15.71

10.70

2.76

1
—1

7.48
10.09

15.52

1

Mutual

Stocks and Bonds—
Price (T Rowe)
Fund Inc

8%
1

Fund Inc

Mid-States Business
Midwestern Corp

Ask

"and interest" except where marked "t" and income and defaulted bonds

2.82

4.85

Par

Bid

Nation Wide Secur Co Inc

1

3%

4%

(Md)„1

22.29

24.11

National Investors Corp

1

15.95

17.24

National Realty Investors

•

9%
91/2

10%
10%

n.83

12.93

1

6.15
4.24

6.72
4.63

1
1
1

7.25
x5.91
7.98

7.92
6.46
8.72

1
1

} x8.25

9.02
10.64
12.43
9.79

Nat'l Securities & Research
National Securities Series—
Balanced Series
Bond Series

'Dividend Series
Preferred Stock
Series
Stock Series

8y3C
1
1
a

Series

Income

Growth Stocks Series
National Western Fund
New

England Fund

4.71
11.50
9.69

1

New Horizons R P Fund Inc
1
New York Capital Fund Ltd
34c
North River Securities (N Y)
1
Northeast Investors Trust—.
Nucleonics Chem & Electronics Shs_l
Oceanic Trading Co

Ohio

Capital—

1

15.73

15.89

Provident Fund for Income Inc
1
Puerto Rico Capital Corp
1
Puritan Fund Inc
1
Putnam (George) Fund of Boston—

4.21

4.6O

2%

3%

8.56

9.75

X15.14
8.74

Sec

35

30

117.00

__

Over-The-Counter

13~72

12.55

1

14~ 59

1

16.39
5.87

17.91
6.38

1

Fund Inc

Cos Inc

13.35

1

6%

6Va
7.04

7
7.69

1
1
Putnam Management Co Inc.
•
Quarterly Distribution Shares Ine_l

Research Investing
Revere Fund Inc
1
Ritter Finance Co—
6% conv preferred
50
6y2s subord sf debs 1975 ww_i!f-N
Rittenhouse Fund
Riverside Financial Corp
1
Rochester Capital Leasing Corp—
Class A
1

9.55

10.93

11.95

12.20

13.26

J-J

50

A-O

Af-S

—

77i

Capital
1
Science Capital Corp
—1
Scudder Fund of Canada Ltd—.25c
Scudder Stevens & Clark—
Balanced Fund Inc
1

23

3%

77s
4

14.17

14.57

7 Va

118.62

—

±10.42

—

±14.75

1

Second Centennial Fund Inc
Securities Invest Co of St Louis—

4%s

debentures

J-D

1968

18c 1
50c

16%
2%

151/4
1%
±17.95

Pennsylvania Real Estate
Investment

8

Trust

Pennsylvania Utilities Investment_l
Peoples Securities Corp
50c

Philadelphia

—1

Fund Inc

Pine Street Fund Inc
Pioneer Finance Co common

20

$1.25 preferred
$1.60 conv preferred—.
Pioneer Fund Inc

x

* Without
par value.
Ex-dividend,
y Ex-stock




_50c
1

j

10%

11%

22
7.74
11.94
tll.69

24
8.48

~8%

8 7s

25
_

13.08

16
25%

2.50

x9.18

17

10~03

± Net asset value,
dividend.

2%
8.26
10.61

4%
2%

4%
27s

~1

12.00

1

7%
10%
27y2

13.11
sya
11 Va

97

10.85

.1

12.10
15.93
40%

*

11.07
14.60
37%
4%

1

9%

9%

Inc—
*

Finance Corp—

4%

n2,300

1
XOc

5%.
1%

5%
1%

1

1%

1%

Southwestern Investment Co

2.50

5%s senior notes 1975
5 %s capital notes 1975—

Af-S

13%
100

Af-S

100

Corp_

29%

25c

%

7a

10

SY*

IV*

J-J
5
Transcontinental Investing Corp—

1
25

Class A common
6%% preferred
6%s conv subord debs 1981
Tri-Continental Corp—

92

94

14%

14%

7%
19

7%
21 Vz
86

81

99%
4.40

4.81

1
1

11.65
7%

1

10.66
6%
±18.22

1
——1

15.04
12.58

16.44
13.75

1

6.99
9.80

10.55

UBS Fund of Canada
Union Financial Corp
United Funds Canada Ltd
United Funds Inc—

United Accumulative Fund
United Income Fund
United Science Fund
International Fund

United

United Investors Corp

2

Southwestern Capital

*

Townsend Corp of America—
Common
5% conv preferred
Traders Finance 5%s 1973
Trans-Coast Investment Co

ploee

—

Ltd—£1

3%

CorpI—1111111

1

37%

Shares of beneficial interest
U S Realty & Invest Co of N J-I.50

574

1
1

7.38
5.26

U S Realty

Investments

(Ohio)

Value Line Fund Inc
Value Line Income Fund Inc

14

Value Line
Fund Inc

—

7.64

(Del) —

A

United Pacific
Smith Investment Co
Southeastern Capital Corp
Southeastern General Corp

common—1

5

—

10.03

Small Business Investment
Co of New York-—

2%
7.58
3%
9.71

20th

Selected American Shares Inc—1.25

Shareholders Trust of Boston
Shares in American Industry
Shawmut Association
Sierra Capital Corp

13.03
8%

3%s debs series A 1966
MS
Century Growth Investors_10c

Scudder Stevens & Clark—
Common Stock Fund

13%

8

22

St Louis

101
12.05
7%

—

1

Thrift Investment Corp
$1.50 conv preferred

99

±13.17

9ya

33A
40
97a
674
8.07

5.75

Special! Situations

8.43

9.11

5

6ya

6%

1

14.99

16.42

1

6Vt

;

7

3.51
147a

1

5.38

5.88

1

5%

6Y*

WaddeH & Reed cl A com n-v——1
Wall Street Investing: Corp
1
Wallace Investments Inc
„
2'
Washington Mutual Irnr Fund Inc_l

18

9.70

19 Yb

10.60

5%

67s

10.67

11.66

24%

6% preferred
25
3%s debentures 1966
M-N
5.40s s f debs 1980—__—
J-J
5.40s s f debs 1981
J-D
5%s subord debs ww 1978
M-N
5%s 1978 ww_
M-N
5%s 1978 ex-wts-—
1
5%s 1978 w w
5%s-1978 ex-wts
4%s s f debentures 1983
J-D
5%s capital subord debs 1983-J-D
State Street Investment Corp—_10
Stein Roe & Farnum
Balanced Fund Inc
1

24%

26

6%

—

94.

96
102
102

—

106
106
nl02
nl06
98
97

103%
108
100

97

40.50" 43.25
±38.29

6%
al'/a

1%

1

X14.17

15.45

24%

25V4

West Bay Financial
Western Industrial Shares Inc

Westland Capital Corp:
Westminster Fund Incr
Whitehall Fund Inc
Windsor Fund

1

n

8

5.20

_1
_1

1

—1

Winfield Gtrowth InduoFUnti Inc_10cWisconsim Fund Inc———
_E

__

kLast sale.

1

Wellington Management Co—
Class A common (nom-voting)_10c

22%

Investment Trust—
Water Industries Capital Corp—
Ex-distribution

Wellington Fund—

1

—

see page

3.21
147a

Vance Sanders & Ca Inc

Washington Real Estate

State Loan & Finance Corp—
Class A_

a Called for redemption,

10c

Virginia Capital Corp

50c,

50c

Vanguard Fund Inc

Southwestern Investors Inc

Sovereign Investors Inc
Spring Street Capital Co

98

±32.63
11%

Television-Electronics Fund
50c
Templeton Damroth Corp
10c
Templeton Growth Fd of Canada—1
Texas Capital Corp
1
Texas Consumer Finance—
80c

Techno Fund Inc

Thorp

7%

95
9872

--1

Stock Fund Inc

Stephenson Finance
2.50
6s sf subord debs 1978
—M-N
Sterling Investment Fund Inc
1
Supervised Investors Services Inc-lc

Texas Fund Inc

n48

Southw't'n Research & Gen Inv
Pacific Finance Corp—
3%s debentures 1965
4%s debentures 1971
4 Vis capital debs 1967
Pacific Savings & Loan Ass'n
Parker Finance Corp
Penn Square Mutual Fund—
Ctfs of beneficial interest

Ask

16.55

Ctfs of beneficial interest
Putnam Growth Fund

.

4%

4ya
117.94

10c

One William Street Fund Inc__
Oppenheimer Fund Inc

Oxford Finance

115.48

Bid

Far

Stocks and Bonds—

Stein Roe & Farnham—

—

Narrangansett Capital Corp

M-

Ask

Growth Stock

87s
5.69

8%
±11.29

87«

13.84
14.08

14.96

7.93
6.96

15.30
8.67
7.52

Nominal.. 2 Canadian doUaar value.. tNew stock,

December, 1963

67

i-r'-'.'-'r--"...'

Industrial and Miscellaneous Securities
Under the heading "Industrial and Miscellaneous Securities" we include all Bond issues which do not
the previous three headings, namely "Railroads," "Investing
and
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963
NOTICE—All bond prica* arc "and interest" except where marked "f" and income and defaulted bonds
INDUSTRIAL AND

MISCELLANEOUS

subord debs
Abitibi Power & Paper—
1st 3%s series A 1967
4%s series A 1966
6'As series C 1977
Acme Steel Company—
47/sS S f debs 19774%s

conv

1972-A-O

A-O
•

—M-N

102

Ask

96%
96'A

98

98'A

Allegheny Airlines Inc—
6%s conv subord debs 1975—F-A
Allegheny Pepsi-Cola Bottling—
6%s sub s I debs 1977 W W—J-D
Without warrants

1976—M-N
Ltd—

3%s debs 1971
J-J
American Biltrlte Rubber Co—
4%% conv subord debs 1983_Af-N
American Brake Shoe Co—

4%s s i debentures 1982
F-A
4%s s f debentures 1987
F-A
American Cement Corp—
5s s f debentures 1978
A-O
American Electronics Inc—
5'As conv subord debs 1973—A-O
American Export Lines—
4.50s sept 1 1985
——
American Greetings Corp—
4%s conv subord debs 1983—F-A
American Hide & Leather Co—
5s conv inc debs 1975
A-O
American Optical Co 3%s 1968-Af-S
American Petrofina Inc—
5% % subord conv debs 1973—J-J
American Pipe & Construction—
4%s conv subord debs '77—Af-S
American President Lines 5s —1981
American Saint-Gobain Corp—
5%s subord conv debs 1983—A-O
American Silica Sand Co—
Income 5s 1973 w s_
Anderson Clayton 414s 1998
~
Anelex Corp—

3-D

1974

Arden Farms Co—
5s conv subord debs 1986_
6s conv subord debs 1990

3-J
3-J

Arkansas Valley Industries—
6s conv subord debs 1977
6s conv subord debs 1976
Arlan's Dept Stores Inc—
4%s conv subord debs 1982—M-N
Ashland Oil & Refining Co—
3s s f debs 1965
F-A
3'/2s s f debs 1971M-S
3s debentures 1970
J-3
4%s s f debentures 1987
A-O
4.35s s f debs 1988—
—
—
Assembly Products Inc—

debs 1972
Associated Dry Goods Corp—
4%s s f debentures 1980——A-O
Atlantic Co debs 5s 1980——A-O
Atlas Corporation—
5s conv subord debs 1977—F-A
5%s conv subord

Atlas Plywood Corp—
5%s conv subord debs 1975—M-N
Automatic Canteen Co of Amer—
5%s s f debentures 1981
3-J

Automatic Retailers of America—
47/8s subord debs ww 1983_Af-S
Without warrants —-——
Avis Inc—
6s conv subord debs 1970
A-O
5%s conv subord debs 1972-F-A
Baltimore Paint & Chemical—
6%s s f debentures 1973
A-O

BarChris Construction Corp—
5%s conv subord debs 1976—Af-N
Barium Steel Corp—
5%s conv subord debs 1969—3-D
Bausch & Lomb Optical Co—
4%s conv subord debs 1979-J-D
4%s

conv

subord debs 1980—3-J

Belco Petroleum Corp—
6s

conv

subord debs x-stk 1974—

5s

conv

subord debs 1977

Af-N

Bell Electronics Corp—

5%s conv subord debs 1977—A-O
Benson Manufacturing Co—
6s conv subord debs 1971—M-N
Berman Leasing Co—
5%s conv subord debs 1983_Af-S
Billups Eastern Petroleum—
7s debentures
1993—3-J
Billups Western Petroleum Co—
6s partic debs 1984
M-N
Boeing Airplane Co—
5s debs 1978
F-A
Boston Insurance Exch Bldg—
5s due 1953 ext to Apr 1968 ws„
Bowl-Mor Co Inc—
5%s conv subord debs

1976

Briggs Leasing Corp—
6%s conv subord
Units

debs 1972 A-O
—:

~.

Bristol-Myers Co—
3%s debentures 1977
J-D
British American Oil—
3%s s f debs 1974
__M-S
British Columbia Forest Prod—
4%s s f debs 1981
J-3
•No par




65

115

123

133

139

93
99%
86

—-

118

J-3

116

96

4%s

subord debs 1981

conv

86

f84

95

—

89

—

98

99'A

59%
100

90

23

subord debs 1975—A-O

6%s subord debs

107

1975

ww

A-O

97%

6%s s f subord debs 1977 ww_J-J
6%s ex-warrants 1977
Duriron Co Inc—
4%s subord debs 1975
_J-D
Duro-Test Corporation—
5%s sub debs ser A 1982 ww A-O
5%s without warrants 1982

95

100

90

159
106
97

debs

99

1988—

J-J

99%

—

Laboratory Inc—

4%s conv debs 1976.
Eddy (E B) Co 1st 4s

A-O
s

159

f 1974

810 South Spring Bldg.—
1st cum inc 3-5s 1966 ex-stk—J-J
Eitel-McCullough Inc—
5'As conv subord debs 1974 M-N
European Coal & Steel Community
See High Authority (below)
Executive House Inc-—
6s subord s f debs 1971
A-O
Units

3-J

92%

94%

flf-N

80'A

82

85

90

S8

101

83

87

102

F-A
Cary Chemicals Inc—
6'As subord debs 1979 x-s—.M-S
1st 6s 1976
Celotex Corp—

87

88

111

4%s conv subord debs 1976_Af-N
Cenco Instruments Corp—

F-A

109

111

Farrington Manufacturing Co—

F-A

105

115

(w s)__M-S
(w s)
Af-S

fl37
fl47

5%s subord conv debs 1972—F-A

85

Fed-Mart Corp—
6s conv subord debs 1979
Fedders Corporation—
5%s s f subord debs 1979
Federal Shell Homes Inc—
9s conv subord debs 1981

165

86
96

Eichler Homes Inc 6%s debs 1973

Canadian Breweries Ltd—
4'As 1981

__

Manufacturing Co—

Economics
■S

107%

93

Doughboy Industries Inc—
5%s conv subord debs 1977—A-O
Dulany Industries Inc.—

—

96

Ask

102

Without warrants

Eaton
4%s

2—
88

—

conv

Bid

Producing Co—

Dorsey (The) Corp—
•

.

102

60

5%s

fl35

5s cons subord debs 1979
F-A
Brooklyn Fox Corp (N Y)—
1st 4s extd to Aug 1967 w s——
Brown Co deb 4%s 1975
3-D
Burroughs Adding Machine Co—
3%s s f debs 1977
J-D
Burroughs Corp—
4%s s f debentures 1983
J-3
4%s s i debentures 1988.
J-3
Bush Hog Inc—
6%s conv subord debs 1973—A-O
Units
Calif Eastern Aviation Inc—
6s conv 1968
F-A
Canada Dry Ginger Ale Inc—
4s s f debentures 1976
3-D

—

102

5'As s f debentures 1981
Af-N
Albee Homes Inc—
5s conv subord debs 1982——3-D

-M-S

Broadway-Hale Stores—

98

3-D

5%s subord debs x w

Corp—
(W s) 1966

4-6s

Bid

Aerojet-General Corp—

Allied Stores Corp 4%s
Aluminum Co of Canada

Bonds—
Dorchester Gas

Broadmoor

BONDS

ACF-Wrigley Stores Ino—

Ask

Bid

Bonds—

OVER-THE-COUNTER

appear under

"Public Utilities."

Companies"

102

103%

Canadian Petrofina Ltd—
4s series A 1972
.

99 %
100%

Capital Airlines—

102

Carrier Corporation—
4'/as conv subord debs 1982

59

4%s

64

113

4%s

101

6s

21

1976

103

87

23

f1

72
90

conv

1975

w

w

Chanin Building—
2d leasehold 2s 1970
3d leasehold Is 1970
Charter Oil Co Ltd—

—

11.2%
83

debs

subord debs 1980
Central Charge Service Inc—

f$10
93

98%

conv

5%s 1977 ex-all warrants—
f debs 1980 w w.
1980 ex warrants-

s

1st mtge 5s

92
103

76
76

series A 1983

104

—

89
—

3-D

73

101
98

94%
94 %
100
100

106%
—

94
110

98
87

—

Community Charge Plan¬
es subord debs 1976

87

90

101
98

100

125

131

179

68

Units
Consolidated Cigar 4'As 1975—3-D
Consolidated Diesel Electric—
6s conv subord debs 1975_
3-D
Consolidated Leasing Corp of
America 6%s debs 1978
_A-0
6%s 1978 ex-warrants
Container Corp of America—
3.30s s f debentures 1980
J-3
4.40s s f debentures 1987
3-D
Continental Air Lines Inc—
4%s conv subord debs 1970
M-N

83

96'A

72
— —

—

85

90

103
85

108
87

89
99'A
160

—

165

102%

106% 108
98%
96%
103
168

113

—

86
f2

76

81

104

108

127

133

102% 104%

118

100

f99

75

90

37

85

110

90

79%
90

value; t Net asset value, a

117
97

120
99

83
80
80

88
85

(The) Press Inc-—
5s conv subord debs 1978

81%

Af-N

100

A-O
J-J

116

Ann Mar

fl28

Ferro Corp 3%s debs 1975
51 East 42nd Street—

J-D

debentures 1988
Company 4%s 1977
4%s s f debentures 1981

40

3-J
A-O

115
88
89

83

59

50

99
98

A-O

101%

Food Fair Properties Inc—
5%s debentures 1975
M-S
Food Fair Properties Development—
6s coll trust 1984_
3-D
Units
Food Fair Stores Inc 3s 1965
tf-J
3%s s f debentures 1974
M-S
Food Machinery & Chemical Corp—
2%s S f debs 1969
F-A
3.80s s f debentures 1981
_J-J
Fram Corp 6s conv s f deb '66

J-D

Frontier Refining Co (Wyo)—
6s conv subord debs 1969
M-N
Fruehauf Trailer Co—3%s s f debentures 1974 —J-D
Debenture 4s 1976
Af-S
Conv subord debs 4s 1976—_Af-S

Gabriel Co—
5%s 1974 ww
5%s 1974 ex wts
Garrett (The) Corporation—
5%s debentures 1982

J-3

123
—

—

85

88%

83

86

42
98

45

90%
93%
93%
300
100

103

93
94
112

115

104
—

M-S
Gem International Inc—
5%s conv subord debs 1979
Af-N
General American Transportation—
4.55 eq tr ctfs ser '59 1981—A-O
General Portland Cement Co—
5s conv subord debs 1977
A-O
General Tire & Rubber—
6s subord debs ww 1982
A-O

108

99

103

Georgia
98

84

J-J

—

Cuneo

113

92

100
108%

110

192

Pacific Corp—

Subord debs 5s 1976
J-J
Gera Corp 6s subord debs 1970-J-D
Glastron Boat 6s debs 1966
F-A

Glenmore Distilleries Co—
4s s f debentures 1972
4%s conv subord debs 1981
Grace Line Inc—
SS Santa Paulo 4.20s 1978
SS Santa Rosa 4%s 1978

99%

—

98

78

F-A

92

A-O

98

A-O
J-J

84

99%
99%

101

Gray Drug Stores Inc—
5%%

101%

—

514s conv subord debs 1980 J-D
Crampton Mfg 5%s 1975 ww
M-S
Cudahy Packing Co—
1st mtge s f 2%s ser C 1967-AT-N

Daitch

80

f97

248

70

74

114

242

96

111

93%

Gateway Sporting Goods Co—
5%s conv subord debs 1977

Cowles Chemical Co—

109%

65

Control Data Corp—
4%s conv subord debs 1977-M-S
Cooper Tire & Rubber Co—
5'/4s senior sf debs 1974 ww_A-0
514s 1974 ex-warrants—
Coral Ridge Properties Inc—
614 s sf subord debs ww '77 A-O
Without warrants.
Cornell-Dubilier Elec 3%s 1972_Af-S
Cott Beverage Corp—
Conv subord debs 5s 1976
J-J

9%

Firestone Tire & Rubber Co—

Collins Radio Co—
91
107

74

100

4'As

4%s conv subord debs 1980_. .M-S
4%s conv subord debs 1983. ,_3-J
Colonial Stores Inc 4.90s 1977— Af-N
Combustion Engineering Inc—
Af-N
3Vis s f debs 1979

110
82

J-D

Flintkote

103%

8%

55

218

104%

71

convjsubord debs 1970—A-O

104

—Af-S

90

FMC Corporation—
3 Vas conv subord debs 1981
A-O
Fairb'ks Morse & Co. 2%s 1967—Af-N
5%s conv subord debs 1972
3-D

3s with stock 1966

640

106

73

-

—

5%s

Clark Equipment Credit Corp—
5 Vis debs series A 1981_.
M-S
Coastal States Gas Producing Co—
5%s s f debs w w 1977
.3-D
6s
6s

93

nf85

5s conv subord debs 1982_.
Great Plains Development—
l-4s notes 1965 w w

Crystal Dairies Inc—
conv

subord debs 1979-A-O

Dayton Rubber Co—
5%s conv subord debs 1980
F-A
Deere & Co 4%s debs 1986A-O
Deere (John) Credit Co—
f
47As debentures ser A 1985
A-O
4%s debentures ser B 1981—A-O
Dejur-Amsco Corp—
6s conv subord debs 1974
3-D
Detroit Steel Corp 47As 1970—A-O
Devoe & Raynolds Co 2%s '65—A-O
Diamond Alkali Co 3%s 1978
F-A
Dilbert's Leasing & Development—

debs 1979

—3-D
Wholesale Drug Corp of

5% s conv

—

District
Wash 6s 1976
A-O
Dixon Chemical Industries Inc—
6s subord debs 1978-.
J-D
6S conv debs 1981
I—

Donnelley

(R R)

& Sons—

3%s debentures 1978

Af-N

Called for redemption, see page 94. e Ex-interest,

85
99

101'A

101
—

;

100
22

24

M-S

75

85

6s conv subord debs 1976 ww M-S

78
73
58

83
78
65

Green River Steel 3%s 1982.
Greer

5%s

Hydraulics Inc—
conv

debs

-

1965

—

Without warrants
Units
Hammermill Paper 3s debs *65
Harshaw Chemical Co-—
5s debentures 1978
A-O
—

74
100
96
91

78

—

M-N
High Authority of the European
Coal & Steel Community—
Serial secured notes (14th series)

Hathaway Bakeries 4s 1966
fl2
103

16
—

59
54

96
101
88

99%
99%

4%s Oct 15 1964—
5s Oct 15 1965

Highway Trailer Industries—
95

—-

6%s

conv

subord debs 1975

95

100

4%s Oct 15 1963
56
48

93%

Gyrodyne Co of Amer Inc—

102

98%

92

M-S

61

—

—

65

f Flat price, k Last sale, n Nominal, r Canadian dollar value.

■

/

;r-f ■

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS BONDS

68

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963
prices are "and interest" except wbere marked "F and income and defaulted bonds

bond

NOTICE—All

Bid

Bonds—
Hilco Homes Corp—
6%s conv subord debs
Hilton Hotels Corp—
4%s conv debs 1970

1979—M-S

J-J

6s subord debs 1984 W W
Without warrants

Holly Sugar Corp—
4%s conv subord debs
Home Oil Co Ltd—
5%s conv debs 1971
os conv subord deDs

76

—

94
89

91
87

J-D

91

93

J-J

1104

117

1972-M-S

115

subord debs 1973—A-O
Hotel St George Corp (Brooklyn)—

171

subord conv debs
(Joseph) Co—

Home
5%s conv

Oil & Gas 4s 1975_Af-N
Imperial Oil Ltd 3%s 1975
F-A

4%s

80%

3-D

84

Indiana Limestone 4s 1975
J-J
Insurance Exchange Bldg
(Bost)—
5 Va °/» land trust ctfs

f68

A-O

57
n87

-

87%

International Airport Hotel System
conv

Units
Interstate

subord debs 1977
Hosts Inc—

5s conv subord debs 1981—M-N
Iowa Beef Packers Inc—
6s subo sf debs ser B ww 78-A-O
Jelierson Lake Asbestos Corp—
"

Units

•

97

56
50

jessop Steel
5%s conv

Co—
subord debs 1975
J-J
Kaiser Nelson Corp—
6%s conv subord debs 1974—M-W
Raman Aircraft Corp—
6s conv subord aebs 1974
J-J
Kearney (James R) Co 6 Vis 1976—
Kentucky-Jockey Club 6s 1973-J-D

KeyeB Fibre Co—
5Vis subord debs ww

■

'

J-06 Va

A-O

•92

A-O

58
90

Lafayette Radio Electronics—
5 Vis conv subord debs 1976—M-S
Lehigh Portland Cement Co—
4V.s s f debs 1979-----A-O
Leraer Stores Corp 3s 1967—J-J

91

95

M-S

77

Af-N
F~
4%s conv subord debs 1975—M-S
Libby McNeill A Libby 2%» '67-F-A
At Brothers 4s debs 1970
At-8
Loblaw Groceterias Co Ltd—
6Vis conv subord debs 1973
Lewis Business Forms Inc—

120

108

94

120

94

100
79

106
93 Vi

111
95 Va

68

73
81 Vi

92

nf32

36

103 Vi

105 Vi

90

5 Vis senior notes 1977
A-O
taust Coal St Coke Corp—
5%s s f debs 1977
A-O
4%s conv subord debs 1983__J-D
I'•ad Corp 4s debs 1983
J-J

100
102
113

A-O

flOO

Af-S

f58
f57
93
121




—

100

102
IOO

99

M-S
CO—
J-J

81

fis

104
48

3.45s s f debs 1981
Penobscot Chemical Fibre

105

J-J

100

J-D

65
22

95
93

page

94.

109

Aircraft Oorp—
conv subord debs 1971_A-C>
-Textron American—
5s conv subord debs 1971
_J-J
Textron Inc—
5s subord debs ww 1984
.F-A

108
109

102

A-O

98Vi

103 Vi

125

J-D

113

130

A-O

86

111
55

*15
98%
f235

89

102

4Vis

20

J-J

99%

111
230
94 Vi
90
91
102

—

100
96 Vi

117

126% 127Vi
99 %

102% 105Vi
125% 126%
93%

94%

84
q0

84

95
95

86

'

s

.

s

99%
87

_

102

105

A-O

78

A-O

f debs 1988

97%

__

M-N

93%

96

-J-J

J-D

g5
400

F-A

F-A
J-D

White

129
jqi

150

94
96

M-S

95%
86

f63

A-O

90

A-O

94

conv

subord debs 1979

98 %

J-J
A-O

—

102
106

72

97
95

7%e cap inc s f debs 1989
J-J
Shin Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
6%s conv debentures 1977—_M-S
k Last sale,

J-D

J.02%

__

75

80

99
91

101

Af-S

f29

31

i~>'

102
106

110

Wyle Laboratories—
5%s

100% 101 %
100
103

97%
96
f87

f87%
103
n

99

debs

1977-M-S

5%s

Consolidated

105

conv

subord debs 1975

______

r

■

Canadian price.

__

Industries—

Zanata Petroleum Corp—
Ss
rnnvertible
debs
1972
5s 1975
i

—

Nominal,

subord

Express System Inc—
4%s conv subord debs 1983-F-A
York Corp 3%s s f debs 1974—A-O

Yale

Yuba

98

conv

90

19

______

A-O

97

Stores Inc—

Debentures 3 Vis 1974
Winn-Dixie Stores Inc—
S f debs 3%s 1976
Winston-Muss Corp—
6%s conv subord debs 1981
Units
Wltro Chemical Co Inc—
or sf debentures
1980-

70

104

X42

Jf-S

4%s

66

103

92

Wllloughby Tower Bldg Corp—
(Chicago) 1st 4s 1965
A-O
Winn St Lovett Grocery Co-

—

105

117
97
95
la?
87

A-O
J-J

Westinghouse Air Brake Co—
3%s debentures 1978

__

fl72

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 Si Paper Co—
3 Vis debentures 1971
debentures 1978

62

98%
82

4s
—

95

104

F-A

6 Vis s f debs ww 1975
Without warrants
Walter (Jim) Corp—
9s Dec 31 2000
5%s 1st sub deb 1981 w w
Without warrants

116
250
98

99
99

85

s

Wallace Properties Inc—
6%s conv subord debs 1975
Wallace (Wm) 6Vis 1981

—

96 Vi

J-D

68
26

priee.

114

a

subord debs 1971
J-D
subord debs 1970-M-N

Walnut Grove Products Co—

64

A-O

conv

—

100

.

f Flat

90
90

Norman

4%s

nf25

5s w w 1967
______
Without warrants
4%s 2nd conv debs 1967_;
Af-S
6%s cum inc sub debs 1981—if-J

e Ix-interest.

87
86

97

Vulcan Mold St Iron Co—
0s conv subord debs 1981
Wacker Wabash Bldg—
5s w s '65

105

El

debentures w w 1979
Without warrants

62%

Jf-S

f debentures 1975
Industries Inc—
4%s conv subord debs 1976
Victor Comptometer Corp—

133

St Sons—
4%s debentures 1983
A-O

6s

99

Buildings Corp—

6%s

102

_

conv

Oil 4s 1978

2.65s 1964
,
Universal Container 6s 1971

__

lOOVi 100%

5%s conv subord debs 1973

s

94

99

J-J
f debentures 1981
J-D
5Vis s f debentures 1985
A-O
United States Steel Serial Debs—

60

87

M-N

s

(Joseph

95

loi
103

U S Plywood Corp—
3.40s s f debs 1980

f90

J-D

4%s conv subord debs 1978
F-A
Redman Industries Inc—
6s conv subord debs 1975
A-O
Units
-_L
Republic Pictures deb 4s 1965--J-D
Riegel Paper 3%s debs 1980—_Af-N
3%s s f debentures 1981
F-A
5Vis s f debentures 1985
Af-N
Ritter Company Inc—
4Vis conv subord debs 1980 J-D
Rogers (John) Co—
6s conv subord debs 1976
A-O
Roosevelt Hote* deb 5s 1964
Af-N
Sachar Properties Inc N Y)—
8s conv 1970__:
M-S
Safeway Stores 4%s ser B '69—M-N
Salem-Broslus Inc—
.

92

105

Uris

A-O

1977

f debentures 1988

Reading Tube Corp—

Seagram

—

114
77

110
101

5%s
4Vis

96

Inc—

i debs ww 1974
Ex-warrants
Red Owl Stores Ine—

101

104

Union Sulphur St
U S Industries—

90

5%s

109
72

—

102

Van

f debentures 1987
Sheraton Corp of America—
—

115

Co—

Af-N
3Vis

99

94%

97

•

subord debs 1975. A-O

Purina

93
87%

__

85

World Airlines Inc—
6 %s sub Inc debs 1978 ww
J-D
6%s 1978 ex-wts
Traeerlab 5s conv debs 1970
M-N
Traveler Radio 6%s 1975 w w
Triad Oil Co 4%r~1971
M-S

88

s

99%

Trans

f87

Corporation—

Ralston

103

A-O

Tokyo Shibaura Electric Co Ltd
6%s conv debs 1978
Af-S

__

-A-O
104Vi
•-».
—
-■L-t'.
k.

Poll-New England Theatre—
Gen Income 5s Nov 15 1983
conv

89

4%s conv subord debs 1981—J-D
Thriftimart Inc—
6s conv subord debs 1977
J-J
5s conv subord debs 1980
J-D

105

112Vi

conv

5Vis

106

98%

warrants

Thompson Products 3Vis 1971
Thor Power Tool Co—

Inc—

Puerto Rico Brewing Co

123

105

Temco

103

subord debs 1980—A-O
Perrine Industries Inc—
6'is conv subord debs 1979
J-D
Pet Milk Co 4 Vis s f debs 1982.J-D
Photon Inc 5s conv sub dbs '71-J-D
5Vis

121

6 Vis conv subord debs 1974—Jf-S
TelAntograph Corp—
4%s conv subord debs 1965
J-T
6s conv subord debs 1978
J-J

22

Without

1st mtge 4Vis 19T4
A-O
5%s conv subord debs 1980—J-D
Photo

1983

5%s

102

5%s conv subord debs 1976

87

91

5%s conv subord debs 1976—Jf-N

46

J-J
A-O

Peabody Coal Co SVit 1976
Pennsylvania Salt Mfg. Co—

80

1976

Tel-A-Signs Inc.—

Ex-warrants

1973

84

debs

•"alley Industries Inc—

98Vi
104

Park Place-Dodge Corp (N Y)—
5s Sept 1972 (w s)
.
M-N
Parkview Drugs Inc—
5Vis conv subord debs 1977 J-D

4%s

•

see

5 Vis

J-J

subord

Sylvania Electric Products Inc—
3%» > f debentures 1971
M-N
4s s f debs 1978
F-A
4%s s f debs 1980
Jf-S
5%s sinking fund debs 1964-M-N

140

5s conv debs 1977
5Vis s f debs ww 1973

Packaging Corp of America—
4%s s f debentures 1987

f71

5s

J-D

6Vis conv subord debs 1978

Servomechanisms Inc—
5s conv debs I960Shamrock Oil St Gas Corp—
3%s s f debentures 1987

92

MS

Rr conv subord debs 1975
__J-J
5 Vis conv subord debs 1978-M-N

redemption,

1979

Servo Corp of America—
6s conv subord debs 1974

98%

1988_.—F-A

.

for

63
63
98
132

101 Vi

A-O

ississippi River Fuel Corp—
4%s s f debs 1978
M-Jf
5%s s f debentures 1980
J-J
Ississippi River Transmission—
5s s f debentures 1981
_Af-N
itsui St Co Ltd—

Called

116

101

A-O
5s '72-J-J

19771980_
iuneapolis-Honeywell Regulator—

a

101
120

93
101

:icrodot 5Vis conv sub debs
dies Labs 4%s conv sub debs

.

85

Pacific Air Lines, Inc units
6 Vis conv subord debs 1976
Pacific Far East Line Inc—
Merchant Marine 5s 1981
Pacific Petroleums Ltd—

4%s

Co Inc—

6%s conv s f debs 1978
odern Homes Construction
6s
subord debs 1981
Units
ohawk Airlines Ine—

81

3

98
100

4Vis s f debentures

88

Oklahoma Cement Co—
6 Vis subord debs 1974
J-D
5%s s f debentures WW 1976-A-O
Old Empire lno—
6s conv subord debs 1971
J-D
One Hour Valet 0s 1975
Oswego Falls Oorp.—
4%s conv subord debs 1970
A-O
Outdoor Development 7Vis '76
J-D

f20

-J-D

innesota St Ontario Paper—
3 .70s s f debs 1975

85

76

6s

4s 1965

nf32

.

1980

55
125

7s s f debentures 1977
F-A
Quincy Market Cold Storage—

103

4%s sf debentures

45

J-D

debs

Polymer

103

M-N

1986

136

72

Perfect

86

Without warrants
Malllnckrodt Chemical Works—
5s conv subord debs 1974
—
Mansfield Tire St Rubber Co—
5s conv debentures 1974
Marine (The) Corporation—

4%s debentures

132

Pauley Petroleum Ino—

93

F-A

Magnolia Park Inc—
6s subord conv debs 6s 1969—A-O
Major Realty Corp. 6s ww 1967 F-A

elvllle Shoe Corp—
47„s
debentures 1980
[erchants Refrigerating
(ami Window Corp—
6%s s f debs ww 1974
Without warrants —

A-O

Northern Chemical Industries—
5 Vis subord debs 1909
J-D
Northwest Nltro-Chemicals Ltd—

94%

;

Lyntex Corp 6Vis sf debs 1977——
Macco Realty Co—
6s conv subord debs 1977-97
Mack Trucks Inc—
5y8s subord debs 1981 ww
A-O

[astan

103

Ozark Air Lines Inc—

79%
74

4Vis conv subord debs 1980—J-D
Lowenstein (M) A Sons—

debs 1979
Marsh Supermarkets Ino—
5s conv subord debs 1980
iartln Paint 7s 1971

—

100

__

115

A-O
M-S

conv

-

101 Vi
91

Lestoil Products Inc—

4-Vis

104%

—_

J-D

82

Subord

70

97%

6s conv subord debs 1975
J-D
Sperry (The) Corp 3Vis 1969
J-D
Sperry Rand Corp—
o Vis s
f debs 1982 ww
-M-S
5%s 1982 "without warrants"
Sprague Electric 4%s 1988
M-S
Staley (A E) Mfg 3%S 1877
J-J
States Steamship Co
5s
SS series 1981
J-D
4%s SS series 1987
M-S
Steel Crest Homes—
Sinking fund debs 8s 1981
M-S
Sterling Drug 3 Vis debs 1980—A-O
Stouffer Foods Corp—
4Vis conv subord debs 1981_A-0
Sun Chemical Corp J%s 1966—F-A
Sunset Internat Petrol 6Vis 1974—

95

M-N

60

—

93

f60

J-J

6s

—

—

100

subord debs 1971

subord debs 1981

J-D

M-S

6Vis subord debs 1980

85
65
66

Korfund Inc—

4%8 cons

88%

1975

4sk
130
101

Special Metals inc—

93%

J-D

Munsingwear Inc—
5s conv subord debs 1980
National Bagasse Products—
Subord debs 7s 1967

100

103

ll6

—

4Via series D 1978
6s series E 1977
Loral Electronics Corp—

61
98

9.4

105
103 Vi

J-D-

1985

Co—
debs 1976

A-O

1986

125
99
96 Vi

Speedry Chemical Products—

National Equipment Rental Ltd—
6s s f subord
debs 1970___F-A
Newark Electronics Corp—
5%s conv subord debs 1982
A-O
Nixon-Baldwin Chemicals Inc—

—

80
60
61

.

Steel St Wire Co—
4%s conv subord debs 1981
Kldde (Walter) A Co Ine—
5s conv subord deb« 197S

Lester Engineering
6s conv subord

Vi

—

93

Inc—

Keystone

6Vis conv
Units

85
82
86

90

1977.J-D

Without warrants

f20
102%

—

—

—

ierr-McGee Oil Industries
5 Vis s f debentures ww
Without warrants —

debs

Southern industries Corp—
7s income debs 1982.
Southwest Forest Industries—
Sub inc debs 6Vis 1985

102%
IOO

A-O

—

Mueller Brass Co—
3%s codv subord debs

99% 100 Vi

subord debs 1972—J-Z>

_-,6 Vas ser A

3Vas debentures 19/1
3 Vis debentures 1974
4s
debs
1983

—

96%
83

Hudson Bay

6s

'

113
100
100

100

JT-A

1969

--

84

5 Vas 1971
Houston (The) Oorp—5s subord debs
1908-

S F debs 3s

Motorola Inc 4%s debs 1986
Mountain Fuel Supply—

Co—

Homesiake Mining
ovas

1975

Simpsons Ltd 5s series B 1976-J-D
5 %s
series C 1979
M-S
4%s debs 1973
J-J
Soutn Coast Corp—
Cum inc sub deb 5s 1973
M-N
Southern Bakeries 7 Vas debs 1989

100

110
97
97

Bid

Bonds—

Ask

S8

_______

127

124

1983—Af-N

Bid

Mohawk Rubber Co—
4%s conv subord debs 1983—_F-A
Monarch Marking System Co—
4Vis conv subord debs 1983-M-S
Moutecauni 5 Vas debs '79 w w-j-D
Witnout warrants
Moore McCormack Lines Inc—
SS Argentine series 5s Nov 1978S S Brazil 4.20s 1983
J-J
Morris Snell Homes Inc—
8s suoord deos 1986
J-J

87%

_

Bonds—

Ask

J-J

69

December, 1963

Industrial and Miscellaneous Stocks
We are publishing in this section the values for the Over-the-Counter
in the earlier part of this publication, under the particular exchange the

shares only. The listed issues
stock is traded.

can

be found

:R 29, 1963
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963

INDUSTRIAL AND
MISCELLANEOUS
STOCKS
Par

Bid

A & E Plastix Pak
•
ABC Air Freight
10
ABC Cellophane—
Class A
;
10c
ABC Industries 10c
A G Foods—
Class A common
•
A K Electric Corp
lc
A. L. D. Inc
1
ATU Productions
10c
Aaronson Bros—
70c conv pfd
—2.50

10%
2%

Abbey Rents

10%

1

Abercrombie & Fitch_l
$6 preferred
75

Aberfoyle Mfg

25

Abitibi Pwr & Paper—
Shares split 4-for-l_
Accurate Electron _25c
Ace Trophies Corp
lc
Aceto Chemical
lc
Acme Electric Corp
1
Acme Industries
1
Acme Visible Records-1
Acoustic Chemical
10c
Acoustica Assoc
10c
Acushnet Process ____2

Addison-Wesley
Publishing B com
•
Adelphi Electronics-lOc
Adirondack Indus
Adler Built Indus

1
10c

Adler Electronics

10c

Adley Corp

2

Admiral Benbow
Admiral Homes

Inn_*
1

Admiral Photo
10c
Adson Industries
10c
Advance Industries
1
Advance Mortgage
1

Ask

Ya
3/4

13/8
1%

5%

6%
%

33/4

8

—

1%
7

3%
15%
A

27/a
31

55c preferred
5Yi% prior pfd

10
20

Aerotest Lab'tories _10c
Aerovox Corp
Aetna Maintenance
Alnsbrooke Corp

Ainslie Corp

1
•

1
1
5c

Airbalance Inc

Aircraft Armaments -1

Express Int'l
Agency Inc

Airpax Electronics
Air-Springs Inc

1
2c

Dynamics
•
Airtronics Int'l
Corp of Florida—10c
Airwork Corp
1
Ajax Magnethermic
•
Airtek

Aksman

(LJ)&Co 10c

Allied Maintenance

18

4Ya% conv pfd
Allied Radio Corp

Shipbuilding
Alaska
Int'l Corp

13/4
_50c
Altamil Corp
8% Alterman Foods
.2.50
4% Alton Box Board.10
16% Aluminum & Chemicals

■fir

3%

Alaska Oil & Min
Albee Homes Inc

15c
•

34

Specialty—5
Amalgamated Leather-1

%
6

%
al%
6»%
8%
IV4
n yb

iyb
ali
x7%

25% '5 Ye 1st
preferred
%
America Corp com
6%
$4 preferred
%
$6 preferred
1%
6% Amer Aggregates91/.
1%

"l%
1

7y8

1%

1%

33/4

4

%
3%
IYb
2%

3/4
4ya
1%

23/4

2
5

2 3/4

1%
3Ya
1%
6 Ya

n%
1

1%
1 Ya

6%

7

4y8
2y4
63/3

20%
2ya
%
Ya

21 Ya

%
5 Ya

Yb

9

1%

27/a
Yb
Ya

6
10 Ya

2ya

n48
2c

V*
4%

50
5c

Ya
5%

2nd preferred
Amer Boatbuilding—15c
Amer

American Building
Maintenance Indus."
Amer Consumers Ind
6% non-cum pfd_100
Amer Cryogenics
50c
Amer Dredging
12%
Amer Duralite
—10c
Amer Electronic
Labs class A
1
Amer Express Co
5
Amer Factors Ltd
10
American Felt Co
10
Amer Foods Inc
10c
Amer Forest Prod—2ya
Amer

4J%

5




value,

1

(Chicago)

Amer

Gas

Gypsum

Co

1

Co
SS

10

Heritage Pub_25c

7%

29»%

l3/4
3

3^
63/4

83/4
lYt
83/4

4Ya

8%
3iy8

5%

6%

1

10c

110
15

16

1%

IYb
7/„

2%
3%
'/a
7%
10

13/4

Class A
1
Class B
20c
Amer Maize Products •

9%
5

%
Called

•

Safety Thread.

•
10c

Amer Potash & Chem
$4 pfd series A

for redemption,

see

page

Systems
1
Apell Petroleum
1
Applied Arts Corp—
Split 2-for-l
r__
Antenna

Archltectur'l Marble 25c
Arcs
Industries.
10c
Arden Farms com
_1
$3 partic pfd
•

46%

48

31%
15%
1%
24% Argyle Publishing
lc
5% Arizona Agrochem
2%
Arizona Biochemical-lc
Arizona Color Film

23%
43/4

25
3%
36%

5%
119
7

16%
%
17%

Processing Labs

19

4%
2%
17%
223/4

23%

2%

1%

4%
18%

6%

25c

50

pfd

5%
2%
19

233/4

25c

14%
133i
1 Ya

1

213%
45

5

18»%
7%

433/4
27/8

22
50

1%

3c

6J/4
193%

7%
46 ya
3ya

—

6

11%
4%

11%
5%

%

Ya
Yb
%

%
n%

12%

13%

20 %

15%

21 %
17

17

17%

26

Stamped

%

%
%

5

Electronics
10c
Atlas General Indus
51.26 conv preferred

7„

28

*
•

8%

10%

9

11

40c

3%
1%

3%

5%
%

5%

Atlas Hotels, Inc_

Atraos-Pak Inc

Augusta Chemical Co_l
Australian Oil & Gas_5s
Australian Oil Corp
1
Authenticolor Inc
5c
Auto Solar Co
1
Automated Building
Components Inc 50c

3/4

•A

fie

5

5Vi

3

3%

6

6%

Automated Merch'g

1

Capital Corp

Automatic Cafeterias
for Industry Inc_10c

Electric

12

2%
%
1%

16 Ya
57 '/2

15

54%
1%

fir

ii

3%

3%

33/4

4%

%
4%

1

Avery

15c
%

8y8

7

%

Adhesive

6%

16

1

n%
nl%
n2%

5
5

preferred

Avis Inc
5
Avondale Mills
1
Avon Products Inc 2.50

__1

10c
B/G Foods Inc
1
BMC Industries com_lc
B S R Ltd
Amer deposit rets
B T U Englneering_10c
Babcock Electronics
1
Bacardi Corp
10
Bacharach Industrial
Instrument Co
1

Baird-Atomic Inc
Baldwin-Ehret-Hill

1
1

133/4
10%

Baldwin (D H) Co
8
12
Baltimore Arcoil_1.66%
Baltimore Paint &
14 y8
Chemical Corp
50c
11%
QYa% conv 1st pfd 20

%
3%

Bait Radio Show
20c
2
3/4 Bank Bldg & Equip
3/4 Bank Leuml le-Israel„

11

Bond

Bard (C R> Inc
25c
163% Harden Corp
1
9% Bargain City (USA)_1
Barnwell Industries_50c
4% Barr Corporation
25c
5% Barrlngton Industries^
Class A com
10c
3>/8
19'/2 Barry (R G) Corp___l
13 Ya Barry-Martin
Phar¬
maceuticals A
10c

15

83/4

•
1
•
•

a4%
4%
27/a

Asgrow Seed Co
10
Ashland Oil & Ref—
$5 preferred
•
4%
Assembly Products
1
Associated British Food*
Ltd "adrs"
Associated Develop
<5z Research Corp
1
2%

13%

19

1%

r Canadian

94%
94%
21%

2%

__

__

22%

12%

2 Yb
13%

5c

loc

7%
1%
5%

8%
2%
5%

53

56

23

24

30

33

7%

8%

613/4
9%

62%

4%

10
5%

5%

5

44

16%

17%

3%
15%

37/8
16%

5%
30%

33%
1.45

9
63

10%

12%
14%
4%

127%
14Yb
4%

27%
103/4

28
10%
Ya
2%
1%

■A
2%

Ya
Yb
3%

%
43/2

1%
3%

1%

10c

7%
9%
17c

Basic Properties com_l
Class A_
1
13/4

%
4%

1%
5%

Barton Distilling
Barton Instrument
1.10 Basic Atomics

1

8%

90c

32
129% 133
40

5
8%
9%
23c

Barth Vitamin cla3sA_l

100
7%

12

31

<fe

_

—

11%

2%

1.35

ordinary

Bankers

Mige
Guaranty Co of Am •
Bankers Bldg (Chi)
5
Bankers Dispatch
1
5
60% Barber-Greene Co
Barcalo Mfg
17
8%
6

4%
%

17%

1

Products Inc
Avildsen Tools <fe
Machines com
5% prior pfd

1%

15%

1
1

5c

2%
5%
Backstay Welt cl A •
1% Badger Northland
1
Badlsche Anilin &
20c
Soda-Fabrik "adra"
Yb Bagdad Copper Corp_5

4%
13/2

Liqueurs Corp.l

Nominal,
" ""

Autosonics Inc

4%% preferred
100
4Ya% pfd '47 ser_100

147/s
3%
13 y8
31/4
Ya
2%

13%
3%

57i/2

Arrowhead & Puritas
Waters Inc
Art Metal Inc
Arts & Crafts Mate¬
35c
rials Corp
12% Arvida Corp class A
Arwood Corp

1

Ya
Ya BBC Industries

%

Yb

10

Corp Ltd

Automatique Inc

A

Co

10c

Automation Indus
1
Automat'n Lab Inc-lOc

Aztec Oil & Gas

a 44

n

107

103

Atlas

Ayres (L S) & Co com_5

t5%

4 Ya%
preferred
50
Arrow Hart Hegeman

k Last sale,

9

27%

Golfo

Processing

3

—

70

8%
26%

Automatic Data

Ya
2%

%
2y8
2%

5

Arrow

Del
Co

2%

17c

4

3% Aro
Corporation

5
20%

1%

Atlantic City Racing
Association
50c
Atlantic Co
•
Atlantic Improv
25c
Atlantic Steel Co
5

Sugar

133/4
13

2

Asbestos

43/8

94.

conv

Arnold Graphic
Industries Inc

7%

7

1

Associated Transport _•

Atlantica
—

18
104
100
92 %
10 Ya
10%
2
2%
8
8%

Arnold Altex Aluminum
Common
1
35c

2%

1

4y8 Arizona Valley Devel_l
Arkansas Valley
Industries Inc
3
39 Ya
Arkay International 10c
6ya Armstrong (A J) Co—1
122
Armstrong Paint &
Varnish Works
5
IYB
10c
17% Arnav Industries
%

85

•

Anglo Amer Ship'g—£1
Anheuser-Busch Inc—4
Anodyne Inc_
lc

31 YB

•

Amer President Lines
Class A common
•
5%
preferred
100
Amer Recreation

1

Angelica Uniform

11%

113/4

55 5/9c

2

10 Y\

Amer Precision

Centers Inc

Corporation—1

Applied Electronics
101
Corp of N J cl A-10c
14
13%
Warrants
110
100
Applied Physics
1
% Applied Research
%
25c
Aqua-Chem Inc
1
Aquariums Inc
1

5

Construction

Industries

20

73/8

14%
iya

8%

listed ASE

Chemical
Industries Inc
lc
Ansonia Wire & Cable.l

Amer Locker Co—

American Micro
Devices cl A
American Pipe &

•

8

—

Anscot

10c

Corp

1

Warrants

25

American Mason

10

a

Hydrocarbon. 10c

American Insulator

Kosher
Provisions Inc

6%

par

Anelex

3/4C

Amer

7%

Without

Now

Ye
Ya

Amer Furniture Mart

Bowling

%

53/4

•

26

Amer International

6%

Ex-stock dividend.

1

Furniture Co

17%

-1
10c

y

Anchor Coupling
27% Andersen Labs
26% Andy Gard Corp—

Bowl'g Enterpr_l

16%

Alico Land

1
50c

100
*

1st pfd

Amer

1%

_

1.25

25 y4
55 y2

%
53%

Warrants

Ampoules Inc
*
1
10% A M T Corp
1%
Anacon Lead Mines_20c
Anadite Inc
*
50

Amer Beverage Corp
20c prior preferred-l
Amer Blltrite Rubber—

6%*

Inc—_2%

Ask

1

6% conv pfd
100
Associated Truck Lines
Class A
3
3%
4
Astron Corp
10c
Astron Industrial Assoc
Inc
20c
1
% Astro-Science Corp
Atlantic Bowling Corp •

17 Ya
530

Dept Stores—

Ampco Metal

American Bank

24%
52 Y*

_1
•

Allegheny Ventura
Allegri-Tech Inc

5%
YB

Bid

5c

Analysis class A

Atlas Tack Corp

Class A com
50c
Ames
(W R) Co_
.2
Amoskeag Co com
•
$4.50 preferred
•

Anemostat Corp
of America

_•

Stationery Co

3/4

5'/a
10 ya

3

Amer Hoist <fc Derrick 1

Impulse class A
Algoma Steel Corp

Allegheny Pepsi Cola
Bottling Co
50c

%
9c
6
1

Automatic

Vending Corp

%

fir

%

5
lp

Amer Asiatic Oil
American Assets Inc

33/4
3%

1%

Ames

Par

Supply Co
5%
9%

1.50

19 Ya

2c

25c

1
Amer Greetings Corp—
Class A common
1

20c
•

Allx of Miami Inc—
Class A 'is
25c
Alkon Industries
10c
All Star World Wide 10c
All State Auto Rental_l
All State Freight
1
All-Tech Industries_10c

a6%
25%
17%

45

1

8%
8%

8
8

19%
2%

2

53/4

Alcolac Chemical
Alcon Laboratories
Alden Electronic &

Development Co
Inc

23/B

Stocks—
Associated Mortgage
Companies Inc
Associated Sales

Class A com

.

223/4

2%

26%

American Air Filter
Amer Alloys Corp
6% conv pfd
.

A.mer

Alison Ayres

2%
3%

10

20%

Amer

Corp

10

1

*
1

Ask

3Yb Amer Urethane Inc—1
New com (no par)
3%
Exchgd 1 for 10
Amer Variety Sts
10c
Amer Vitrified Prod—1
7
27% Amerline Corp cl A—1

33i
24%

10 Ya
1
35

10

25

Bid

93/8 Amer Sterlizer—3.33%
4% Amer Techn Mach—10c
25 ya Amer Univend

Amalgamated Sugar

22

25c

Amer Safety Table_10c
American-Saint—
Gobain Corp com 7.50

Shopping Centers.
lc
Class A pfd
_1
43% Amer Stamping Co
2
32
Amer Steamship Co 100

42 y2
31
9

10c

Aluminum

Amer-Hawalian

Alberta Gas Trunkline
Co Ltd class A
5
Alberto-Culver Co_
•
Albertson's Inc—
Class B common
1
Alco Chemical Corp
*
Alco Oil & Gas
3%c

51
8 3/8

8

30c

Corp (Del)
Aluminum Insul.

American

•
3c

48

31c

Dock

&

50
1

1

5% preferred
5% Amer Self Service
Stores Inc
213/4
1% Ames Service com
20%

5%
193/4
1

Bldg
Alabama Dry

_1
.3

9% Allied Thermal Corp-25
11 % Allis (Louis) Co
10

Air

50c

57%

56%

dep rets

Alloys and Chemicals.l
Allvac Metals Co
1
27
30
Allyn <fc Bacon Inc—50c
100
96
Almo Industrial
37
40
Electronics cl A_
1
Aloe Creame Labs
1
12 Ya Alpine
tll%
Geophysical
%
Yb
Associates Inc
10c
26c

American Rubber St
Plastics Corp
American Safety

Equipment Corp

Inc

Ya

10%

9

Allgemeihe ElektridAmer

■fir

5

4%

Par

Stocks—

Ask

taets-Gesellschaft

12

2%

3

Bid

Allen (R C) Business
Machines Inc
1
Allen Organ class B—1

Amer

Aero-Chatillon
10c
Aero Geo Astro20c
Aero Industries
25c
Aeroflex Lab'tories
1
Aerological Res
10c
Aeronautical Elec'tr
1
Aeronca Mfg Corp—

Pai

Stocks—

OVER-THE-COUNTER

dollar value,

•

t New stock,

x

Ex-dividend,

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS BONDS

70

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963
Bid

Far

Stocks—

Basic Witz Furniture
Industries Inc
10
Bates
Bauer

Mfg Co

14
8%

10

Aluminum
50c
Bausch & Lomb Inc—
4% preferred
100

1%
81

9%

Bayless (AJ) Markets.l

Boston Sand
Gravel Co

15

Beehtold
Beecham

2'/a

30%

33
78
2%

70

Englneer'gJ!5c

2

Group Ltd—
Amer deposit rets
Behlen Mfg Co
1
Beklns Van & Storage-5

5%
7%
11%

Television

9%
%

10c

Belle Isle Corp.
20c
Belmont Iron Works
5
Bemis Bros Bag
_25

8%
12%

10%
%
14%

3%

4

50
7

~7%

5%

6%

a—

10c

1%

"1%

10c

1

1%
16 Yb

•

14%

814
56

YB

1

Class B com..
5%% preferred
Boyertown Buriai

16

3'4

~3%

1%

2%

6

22%

10

Co

14%

151/2

13%

141/4

3

4

41/4

4%

414

Warrants

Branston Instrum'ts—1
Braun Engineering
1

:l

Warrants

Brenco
Breskin

—

1

Corp

Publications—1

5

1%
11%

%

—

Hi/4

44

43
34

35%

23

24

-

al6%

Bergstrom

Paper

Class A
Berkshire

5%

Co—
1

common

15%

Hathaway__5

9

17%
9%

Air King Corp
Class A
2
Bernz o Matic Corp—
Class A
i
Berry Industries
1

4

Beryllium Corp
50c
Beryllium Mfg Corp_25c
Besco Enterprises
..1

16%

4%

21%
1%

Best Plastic

Corp

10c

n50c

Best Plastics Corp
10c
Bevis Shell" Homes_50c

1

1%
15c

12.50

20%

Bicor

Automation
Industries class A 10c

21%

1%

Big Apple

Supermarkets Inc.lOc
Big Bear Stores—
Big "C" Stores
Big Drum Inc
Big

H

33 %c

com

20%
3
11

♦

_•

deposit rets

Corp

i0c

i

Petroleum Co
Biochemical
Procedures Inc

l

18
88

Black-Clawson Co

87

Bryson
Blackman

i

com

(M)

5%
l

37

18%
23

12.50
5

Blyvooruitzicht Gold
Mining Co "Adrs"

19%
24

4%
l

i%

4%
1%

Sc

6%

Corp 5
Bolt Beranek
and Newman Inc _•

6%

30%

Bogue Eire Mfg.;
Bohn Business
Machines
Boise Cascade

Bon

Ami

,

Co

Bonanza Air Lines—1
Bonneville Ltd
1
Bookshelf of Amer_10c
Boonshaft & Fuchs_25c
Boonton Electronics 10c
Booth Newspapers
*.
Borax (Holdings) Ltd
Am dep rets def ord
:

11

*

6

•

,

T

r

4%

7%
4%

%
2%
1%

Boston

Insurance Ex¬
change Bldg $5 pfd_*
Boston PneumaticsClass A
10c
*

Without

par




value,

(W A) Mfg

_•
1

Machinery Co

1

Bruning (Charles)

2.50

2

2%
10c

23

25ya

13%

15

6

6%

3%

4%

%

Buek Creek Oil

%

43

45

24%

25%

6%

3%
2

2%

%
7%
15%
28

28%

Burnham Corp com
15
.! 6% preferred
50
Burns (William J)
Internat'l Detective

20
40

i Agency class A
1.50
Burrus Mills Inc com.*
4% To preferred
100

18%

19%

13
61

14

Burton

Stubs
Business Property
Associates

1

Called

%
7%

Wr
oia

Common

25

_

4%% 1st pfd
Butterlck Co com
non-cum

pfd

100
1

50

Bzura Chemical
25c
C E I R Inc cl A _16%C
C F M Co
._1
C W S Waveguide
lc

for

redemption,

see

2
1
page

9%

11

36
85

"

38

Industries

1%

%
1%
1%

2

2%

3

3%

2

Inc

9%

9%

%
1%

67

•

—

1

%
19%
81

83

Chicago Helicopter
Airwavs Inc
—1

78

81

Chic Mill & Lumber_10

5%
10%

11

Chicago Molded Prod_l
Chicago Musical
Instrument Co
1

21%

Church & Dwight

6%
29%
7%

6%
30%
8%

23%

25%

1

Carboline Co

50c
Inc.10c
Caribbean Cement—
Amer deposit rets—
Inc
Carhart Photo

Caressa

Caribbean

-lc

Corp

8*4
2%

3

4%
15c
1

20c
3%

Eauipment_10c

2%

Corp

1

——

1

12%
1%

8%

(Win)

1%
40c
4

%

7%
51

50

48%

49%

1

10

Ultrason _10c

Cavitron

Ceco Industries

9c
1

9%

10

5%
2%
33%
2%
3%

2%
1%
30
41

Central Instrument —1

4%
20
8
42 %

Clifton Precision
Products Co

20

1

7%
6%
1%
7%
%
1%
%
5%
20c

4%
24

8%
—

al9%
1%

20%

6%

7%

90
6c

4%
Coastal Caribbean Oils
1%
& Minerals Ltd
Is
Coastal Publications 60c

40c

2%
34
3

1%

—

47c

%

~5%

%

25

27

31%
23%

32%
24%

33

.1

Coastal Ship Corp

37%
7%

Coastal States Gas
4%
Producing Co—
%

2

18c

Cloverleaf Kennel
Club class A——1
Cluett Peabody—
4% 2nd conv pfd.100
Clute Corp
lc

23

25

Cedar Point Field
Trust ctfs of ben lnt
Center Labs Inc
10c
Central Airlines—12 %c
Central Coal & Coke.l
Central Cold Storage 20

Clayton Silv Mlnes_10c
Cle-Ware Indus
•
Cleve Builders Supply.*
Cleve Trencher Co
5
Clifton Mfg Co
—20

1
Clinton Engines Corp.l

81

140

5

%

6

%

3%
%

V,

1%

6

250
21

1%
6%

Southern—_10c

49

100

6%

Clayton Corp
lc
1% Clayton Mark <fc Co
5

6%

5
2C

%
6%

10c

Clalrtone Sound
•
Clarise Sportswear_10c
1% Clark Oil & Ref
1
3% Clarkson Labs Inc
lc

274
7%

2%

23

%
21%
14%

Circle K Food Stores-1

23% Claude

33
71

22

*

Churchill Downs Inc
•
Churchill Stereo
5c
Cincinnati Enquirer
*
cm Union Stock Yds_*

Circle Controls

__

50

Co

30
65

10

5%

Caribbean Shoe
lc
Caribe Stores Inc.—50c
Carlon Products—
—*
Carmer Industries—10c

Carolina Freight Car¬

—

%

%

25c

Chilton Co

Series A "wts"
Series C "wts"

Coca-Cola Bottling of
Los Angeles—
—_•
2%
St Louis
1
1% Coca-Cola Bottling
35
Plants (Port'd) Me_*
44
Coca Cola Int'l Corp *
Colber Corp
20c
Coleco Industries
*
3c

2%

—1

6

Central Steel & Wlre_5
Central Transformers

57

7%
7%
2.300

8%
—

2

2%

3%

4%

Central Wisconsin
Motor Transport

1
Properties—1

Century

Century-Special

—5c

Cole National Co—

Class A com
Cable

7%

8% Coleman

7%
3%

8%

18c

4
23c

Industries—

Certified

17%

18%
16%

15%
3

3%
%

Ys
%

Pip

oc

Certlf'd PharmacalllOc
Cetron Electronic—.—1
Chadbourn Gotham—
Warrants

11%
%

3
12

%

8%
%
25c

39%
4%

4%%>

conv

50

pfd

-h

35c
40%
5%
2%

kLast

Chalco Engineering. 10c

Challenger

10c

Prods

Chamberlain Co of
America 5% pfd—25
Chambersburg

Engineering
sale,

n

10

Co

Nominal,

r

20%
5%
5%

22%
10c

%

New common
Colonial Board Co—Common
—5

5%
23%
%

Warrants

6%
24%
1%

17%

-25

18%

28

8%
1
5c

21
n3c

*
Aircraft—_10c

Co

$1.50 preferred

_

~6c

2c

5%
4%

Collyer Insulated
Colonial

2

A

20

10
&

Wire class A
1
Coleman Engineering.!

Wire

50
32

94.

20

*

Chicago Builders
Building vtc

g
5%

Properties

a3%

100

%
3%

Central Manhattan

Butler Mfg Co—

Cadre Industries
Cahokia Downs Inc
a

1

10%
14%

10c
%
45c

5%

5
18

Chicago Aerial

5yz
4%
4%

Catalyst Research—32c

9%
13%

%
3

Instru't—1

Chester Electronic
Laboratories Inc

—1

Corp
Castle & Cooke

Amer deposit rets.
Burnham & Morrill

Chesapeake

50c

Cassco

%

Cabol Enterprises Ltd.*
Cabot
Corporation
1

28

11%
35

Inc

Cary Chemicals
10c
Casa International
50c
Case Pomeroy St Co—5
Caspers Tin Plate
1

5%

Amer dep receipts
Burmah Oil Ltd—

Buttrey Foods
•
Lyer-Rolnick Hat
10
iy8 Byllesbv (H M) Co_10c
7% Bymart Tintair cem_lc
5% preferred
__1
17

30%

%

.

Chlldcraft Equip

Carthage Marble vtc.l

.*

Burgess Vibrocrafters_3
Burma Corp Ltd—.

2%

29%

YB
10%
32%

Products

Carter

40c

10c

Corp

ci/.
72

(George S)
Class A
——1
Carrols Inc
1
Carrtone Labs
10c
Carson Pirle Scott & Co
Common
5
4% % preferred—100

5

%

20

5

Carrington

1

Mfg Co
Bush Hog Inc
7% Bush Term
Bldgs—
5%
8%

4%

53A
4

Industries

riers

1%

5c

1
A pfd

1

Capitol Foods
Capitol

2%

IYb

4.80% 2nd pfd
4Yz% prefered

1

Corp—

\h

Carolina Metal Prod_l
6%
Carolina Pac Plywood •
91/4 Carolina
Pipe Line—_1
Carpenter (L E) & Co_l
7.% Carrier Corporation

5%
8%

_25c

Buffum's 'Call
Bulolo Gold

1

9%

8

1

com

Co

Industries

3

Brunswig Drug
Brush Beryllium Co

5%

"

y Ex-stock dividend.

31

146

Boro Electronics
35c
Boss-LJnco Lines cl A_1
Boss Manufacturing-25
Bostitch Inc—
Class A common
4
Boston HeraldTraveler Corp
•

21

2%
5% conv pfd A
10
% Buckeye Steel Cast—*
6% Buehler Corn
•

35

Brothers

Tobacco Co
Blue Bell Inc

1

11% Burger Brewing

5%
%

_•

20%

Dredging Ltd
5
Bundv Electronics _10c

11

l
25c

Co

Bliss (EW) Co
$1.80 conv pfd

Bloch

1%

25

Merchandls'g

Class A

Cap & Gown Co cl A_1
Capehart Corp
(N. Y.)
50c
Capital for Technical

Browning-Ferris

8%

y

Inc

1

Browning Arms Co
a

—

23

Black Sivalls &

Engineering

Buckeye Corp

6

•

3

19

2%
n%

Cannon

rarnaco

Manufacturing Co_10

Brown

B

7%

10c

Common class A

Brown

25c

1%

$5 preferred
100
Birtcher Corp
x
Bischoff Chemical. 10c
Bishop & Babcock
•
Bismarck Hotel Co
•

1

& Perkins

Brown Fintube-—
Class A common

7%

Bird & Son common..•

Blatt

Proprietary Co Ltd_£l

4

12

2%

1

1

Shoe

•
25

com

2

Broken Hill

\a/ Browne & Sharpe

3

21c

Billups Eastern
Petroleum Co
Billups Western

deposit rets.—

Mills

1%

2.30

Electronics—lc
Brockway Glass
5
Broderick <fc Bascom

,,

15

12

5%

6%

Brothers Chemical

Horn-Powder

River

Cannon
Class

Britton

Brooks

Class A

5

Rope Co
%

10c

Class A common—lc
Cannon Electric
1

Const

Common
5% conv

Chemical Products
1
Chemlrad Corp—
10c
Chemsol Inc
.—50c

Enterprises

British Oxygen

60c

9

Oil
Ltd.l

3%
5%

1

30% Chemex Industries_25c
Chemical Contour
•
9%
Chem Enterprises—25c

Canandaigua

22% British Columbia
Forest Prod Ltd
•
2%
% British Motors Ltd—
Amer

Bibb Mfg Co

4%

5%

Chase General

Chemtree
Cdn Delhi Oil Ltd—10c

11%

Warrants

Amer

Container

Canada Dry Bottling
Co of Florida
_5

3%

Materials Ltd

i

1%

Co

Canadian Husky
Warrants

2%
4%
2%

Chemalloy Minerals—.1
1

Can

10
1%

British-Amer

161/4

14
9%

29%

2

Brass

Amer deposit rets—

7%

___1

Canal Bank Trust
Ctfs of bene lnt

British Aluminum Ltd

61/2

-10c

Corp 10
Dynamics
_lc

Co

Drilling
Bristol
Bristol

Berns

Camp Chemical
Campbell Taggart

Cdn Superior Oil
Canal Assets Inc

%'

(Rich D) & Co_l
Brewster-Bartle

Brew

13%
8%
1%

Campus Casuals
of Calif
Can (R C) Co

22%

95

-2

Assoc Bakeries

6%

a20%

1
10c

16% Charter Co
Charter Credit

xl6%

Hecla

Fastener.

See R C

5%

50c

Inc
1
Charles Town Racing
Association _.—_50c
Chart-Pak Inc
J

10

Liquid Gas
1

Camloc

Bradford

Speed Pack¬
aging & Develop't—1
Bradley Industries _—1
Bradley Real Estate

9
t

&

1

36% Charles of the Rltz,

36

$4.75. pfd series A—.*
7%
6%
.1
23% Cameo Inc_

6%

Benton

1

Inc

.

(A B) & CO—5

4% Chandler, Leasing
2% Charles Jacquin
Et Cle Inc

3%
1%

1

■

,

10c

Rebuilders
Chance

50c

-

2 >4

1%

Ask

Par

Stocks—

Champion Parts

_10c

Corp

28

Trust

%

Products

Calumet

(Mass)
1
Bramalea Consolidated

9

58

Calgon Corp
Calif Computer

Ask

Bid

&

Calandra Photo
Class
A common—1
Calbiochem (Cal)
1
Caldor Inc—
Now listed ASE

California
Bowmar Instrument—
Now listed ASE
Bowser Inc Co com
1

Par

Research

Develop Corp

13

Developments Ltd—•

13
.

Benbow AstronauticsClass A_ii
5c
Benson Iron Ore
1
Benson-Lehner Corp
1
Benson Mfg Co
^1

Harbor
Malleable Indust

1

Bowl-Mor Co Inc
Bowl America
Bowman Products

Casket

Belknap Hardware &
Mfg Co
Bell

6

Stocks

Ask

&

Botany Industries
1
Bourbon Stock Yards.*
Bourns Inc.
50c
Bowater Paper Corp—
Amer deposits rets—
.10%
Bowey's me.
1

2%

Bid

Cal-Val

9%
2%

Beam-Matic Hospital

Supply Inc
—__10c
Beauty Counselors
1
Beaux Arts Prop
1

Par

Stocks—

Ask

%
1%

%
1%

16%

25

15

17

Canadian

dollar

Colonial Stores com 2.50
4% preferred
50
5% preferred
50
5% pfd being called
for redemption
Color Craft Proa
1
Color

value,

44
49

3%

Reproductions.lc

t New

stock,

x

4%
74

Ex-dividend.

NOVEMBER 29, 1963

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF
Bid

Ask

1

17%

19%

3
_25

12 y4
24

13% Cornet Stores.

25c

4%
1%

Colorado Milling —
Elevator Co
Colorado Oil &
Gas Corp com

$1.25

pfd

conv

Colorlte Plastics

Warrants

24
5%
2%
8
2

88
7

Corrigan Communic

lc

19%

20

Commerce Clearing
1

33%

Commercial Filter -1.50
Commercial Shearing
and Stamping
1
Commercial
Solvents—
4.5% series A pfd
now listed NYSE
Commerzbank—

4%

House

Inc

Warrants

32

7%
2%

4

3%
7%

10c

5c
•

8%

y2

3
10%
%
10%

Corp
34% Country Set Inc

Courtesy Products
Cousins Properties

1

1

Cove Vitamin & Pharm
Common
50c
Warrants

21

20

60c

10c

Cosnat

5y8

31

1

%

A

1%

2%

Dejur-Amsco Corp—

De

A

Laval Developm't-*

40

30

DeMarco Business
Forms cl A com—•

20%

Decitron Electronlcs_lc
5
% Deco Aluminum
Deer Park Baking
25c
23
Defense
Electronics_lc
12% Dejay Stores Inc
50c

1%

1%

1%

Inc
1
Doman Helicopter
10c
Donaldson Co Inc
5
Donbar Development—
Class A com
10c

18%
%
17%

19%
%
17%

%
3%

4%

Par

3%

Donnkenny

%
%
7V4

21V2

12
8

%

nYs

Inc

1

1

Dorchester Gas

3%

Dean Foods Co
•
Dean Phipps Stores—
Common
1
5 V2 % preferred
10
Dechert Dynamics
10c

3%
1%

3

1

1

%

10

dep rets

10%

3

Producing Co
•
Dorm an Long & Co—
Amer

3%
11%
1%
ny4

3%

Stocks—

25

Class

—

6%

t24

De Beers Cons Mines—
Amer deposit rets—

14

30c

Combined Locks Paper
Class A
1

5

4%

10c

12%
6%
2%

(G & W H)—1
Cory Corp
—1
Cosmetic Chemlcals.lc
Corson

16%

1%

~7%

5c

Ask

3%

Dole Engineering
Dolly Madison Foods

%

Bid

Documentation Inc.lOc
Doeskin Products
1

Ask

Equipment
50c
Dayton Malleable Iron
Shares split 3-for-2_
&

5%
5% Cosmo Book
Distributing
7% Cosmodyne Corp
18% Cosmos Industries

iv2

Bid

€

Dayton Aviation Radio

Cornell-Dubilier
Electric Corp—
$5.25 pfd ser A—

Columbia Cellulose
•
Columbia TechnicaL.10c
Columbia Toys cl A_25c
Columbian Bronze
1
Columbus Plastics
Products Inc
•
Colwell Co
1

Par

Stocks—

Ask

Bid

Par

Stocks—

Par

■toeki—

71

STOCKS

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS

December, 1963

3%
1

Dirnost Publishing
lc
Dcrsett Electronlcs_25c

Dorsey Corp "wts"
6% pfd A ww

%

%

2%
52 %

2

50

Doughboy Indus
1
Dougherty Bros
25c
Douglas & Lomason—2
Douglas Microwave_10c.

51

Co

8%

2c

Inc

Commonwealth Thea
of Puerto Rico

*

'

5%

8%

6%

Community Charge
25c

Plan

Community Research &
Development
lc
45c

preferred
5
Compagnie Francaise
des Petroles

—

2%

3%

11%
7%

12%
8 V4

Components Corp of
1

2%

Computer Applica's 10c
Computer Control
•

11%

America

^

Computer Equipment-*
Computer Instrumts 25c
Computer Oriented
Research & Eng
*
Computer Sciences _50c
Computer Systems _l0c
Computer Usage
25c

12%

Barrel

Superm'kets
Craig

12
13

7 y8

1

Electronics

1

Crampton Mfg com

A
7%
4%

3%
%

1

23%
2
18 %,

25%
2%
19 y4
%

2%

15
3

Creative
Playthings l
Crescent Engineering
& Research Corp.;.*

4%

5

1

lc

14%

16

20

17
3

2%
18

8%

3%

14%

16

2%

3%

7

Conolite class A
10c
Conrad Carson
Electronics Inc
1
Consol Aerosol
10c
Consolidated Airborne

6%

Consolidated American
_1
Services
Consol Bottling
1
Warrants
Consol Bowling

_10c

Consol Freightways_2%
Consol Leasing Corp
of Amer com
50c

7%

pfd

conv

Units
Consol Oil

10

%
1%

vb
%

1%

1

Cresson

10c

Consol Gold
nlOc
12

Crossway Motor Hotels
Inc common
50c'
Co

*

20c

%

%

20%

l

Crown-Bremson
Industries Inc

3%

22%
8%

8

(Wis)
12.50
Consol Rendering _6.25
Consolidated Rock
Products Co
Consol Sun Ray

5% preferred

5

Inc—
.20

Consul & Designers
Consultants Bureau

_1

10

Enterprises cl A

4%

pfd

1%

%

26
17

Cooper (Peter) Corp—
6V2% preferred _100
Cooper Tire & Rubber
Warrants

4%% conv pfd
20
Coplay Cement Mfg—
10

20

Copymation Inc
50c
Coral Ridge Prop—
Class A common
10c

•




A
iy8

•
1
50c

2.5o

Curley Co Inc
Cos

4%
%
5%

*

31%

7

8

Dravo Corp

1

63

33%
64%

iy4
23

1%
24%

—1

6

16%

6
4%

2%

*4%

25
3

a50%

—

2

6%

6%

1%
6%

1%

A

10%
A

9%
%
19%
4y8

10%
%
20%
4%

15%

17%
7%

8y8
2OV2
20%
15
19
8

7'/2

Drexel Dynamics Corp •
Orexel Enterprises_2.50
Du Pont of Can Ltd—•
Dubrow Electronics
Industries Inc
10c

16

? j4
8

1%

1

5%

25%
2%
13
14

—

27

Amer

Inc—10c

Development Corp
of America
Devonbrook Inc

10c

10c

Dextra Corp
Diamond Alkali
$4 preferred .

16%

1

6%
10 %
2%

6%
%

a

2

5

15%
8%

16%
8%

1

20
24

25%

50c

2

2%

10c

Dudley Sports
Duff-Norton Co—
Split 3 for 1

64y4

67%

22
22

23
23

1

18%

18%

4%
5%

Bradstreet

Class
Class
Duncan

A

B

1
2.50
2.50

Foods Co

1%

1% Duofold Inc
1%

1%

3y8

Dura Corp
Duriron Co
3%
Duro Pen

10

3

lOc

8

50c
,10c

4%
%

Class A non-vot
10c
Dillon (J S) <fc Sons
Stores Co
5

Duro-Test Corp
Warrants
5% conv pfd
series of 1956
13%
11/2

46%

48

26%
4%
54%

27%
4%
57 %

1%

3

3%

94.

k Last

1%

24%

25

60

1
Dyna-Tberm Chem—1

40

Dymo Industries

20c

Dynacolor Corp

8%

21%

23 y4

27%

26

%

.lc
—1

3

-40

Dlrectomat Corp
Disc Inc class A
DIsct Corp of N Y_

200

%
3%
215

Sundry
4%

Sales Inc

514

3%

414

4%

DIT-MCO Inc
—•
Diversa Inc common
1
$1.25 conv pfd_
5

Ais,

4%
5%
20%

Dynamic Films Inc 10c
Dynamic Gear Co__10c
Dynamic Instru't
10c

%
al2%
%

"l%

43%
%
13
1
1

1%

Dynamic Vending—10c
Dynascan Corp
1

2%
37/a

3

20c

1%

2%

ECPI Inc
E Z Paintr Corp

25<-

3
29

Furniture Co
Dob

sale,

Corporation-

n

Nominal,

fv4
6
/8

22%

Eastern

3%

514

r Canadian

3%
12

24
65c

28 y4
70c

1%

Bowling Corp
common

1

%

%

Eastern Camera &
Photo Supply

10c

%

1%

Corp

1

Class

A

Eastern Lime

Assn.*
*

Eastern Shopping
Centers Inc
Eazor Express

Econo-car
Class A

1

1

Inc

10c

International
10c

Economics Laboratory 1

15
4

4%
17%

1%
10%

12

18%

19%

17%

18

51%

1%

1%
10 y8

3y4 Ed-U-Cards Mfg
lc
6% Edgcomb Stl Co (Pa) 5

20%

t New stock,

1%

48%

9y8

dollar value,

16

15%

Economy B'kbind'g_10c
Ecuadorian Corp Lfd_5

2%

4%

11 y4

10c

Mfg Co Inc

Eckerd Drugs of
Florida Inc

31%

1

Eason Oil Co—
1
East Utah Mining—10c
Eastern Aluminum

Eastern Racing
$1 preferred

%

25c

5%
iy4

1%

2%

35%
26%
3%

33

Dynatronics Inc

8% Diversifax Corp

8

26%

1%

-1
%
50c

Co

5%
6

97

Engineering 55c pfd 8

%
8%

page

2%

1% Dunlap

Dixon-Powdermaker

see

1%

2

Ducommun Inc

ny4

%

il

37

1

6%

1%

Called for redemption,

DIebold Inc
Dielectric Products

District Theatres
1
Dist Wholesale Drug

3%

3

•

8%

lc

5
2

Corp of Wash cl

Data Processing—
Class A common.

36

%

Dunham-Bush Inc
2
& Associates-1

1

95

Dictaphone Corp
Dictograph Products

% Discount

%

.20

Mach_10c

22 y4

Duncan Elec Mfg—

c,

63

dep rets——

Deval Aerodynamics

2%
15%

_i

Specialities Inc
5
Darling (L A) Co
1
Dart Drug Corp cl A_1

y4
21%

Duffy-Mott Co Inc
Duggan's Distillers

1%

6%
%

Danly Machine

8%

Dun &

1%

•

Dan River Mills
5% preferred

8%

11%

Products Corp
Detroiter Mobile Homes
Now listed ASE
Deutsche Bank A G

1

3%
23 y8

Datatrol Corp
Datom Industries-

1%
7%

a

12%
11

iy»

2%
22%

nil

l

Drew Properties—
Class A

Diapulse Mfg
10c
Dickey (W S) Clay
1%
Mfg Co
•

•

Inc

4%
8%

18
5%

12%

4

Dallas Airmotive
Dalto Electronics

7%

17

2.50

96

12

Des
See Machine Bull
Detrex Chemical Ind_2

Salt Co

Sutler Federal Inc
Cyprus Mines Corp

I ashew Busi

7%
19%

Inc_10c
Machine Bull—

7% Diamond Crystal

1%

Dale System

3%

12%

9

2

%

Corp
•
% Daggafontein Mines Ltd
Amer deposit rets
Dahlstrom Mfg Co
1
Daisy Mfg Co,
2

62%

HV2
11

87%
8%

61%

deposit rets

Dressen-Barnes
Electronics Corp ——1
Drever Co
-40c

4%

8

Dresdner Bank—

—

10c

11

9%

Pharmaceut'l_l

3%
51%

2%

%
42

Deseret

Designairomcs

10c
26% Dewey (GC) Corp—lc
20%

3

Inc

Curtis Electro Corp—
Class A
_50c
Curtis Industries
•
Curtis Mathes Mfg
See Mathes Curtis

Co_

5

4

86%

5%

Customllne Control
Panels Inc

5

par value,
dividend.

Without

y Ex-stock

Crystal Tissue
Culligan Inc.

18% Custom Credit Corp Ltd
(Australia)
5s
Amer Deposit Rets
28

27

10c

Continental Transport
Lines Inc
1
Control Circuits Inc 10c
Cook Coffee Co
1
Cook Electric Co
1

n

28

10
1

60c conv pfd
Cormac Chemical

10c

Custom Components 10c
Craft
Marine Co Inc
-25c

w

10c

Continental Screw Co.l

Drackett

£ Custom

36%

7

Common
6% preferred

Cryplex Industries

Curtis

6
12
29

5
11
27

Continental Device
•
Cont'l Enterprises _10c

Chicago
Trucking Co

Industries,

9%

10

Continental Tob

lc

Cryogenics Engin'g.lOc
10c
Cryogenics Inc

9%

Commercial—
conv

A

Inc

Daffin

Continental-Atlantic _1
Cont'l
60c

Cryo-Therm

4% Cumberland
Shoe
1% Cummins
Engine
4%

Consumers Automatic

Vending Inc

Crown Self-service
Stores Inc units

4
1
4

Consolidated Papers

Inc

1
5

Y*

13%

1%
10

-rowley's Milk

2%

Paper

Ltd

Dow Jones & Co
Downtowner Corp

Denver

l
5

Co

2%

—

Consolidated

Corp

6%

& Gas

Warrants

%
2Va

Amer
Delta Electric
—7.50
Delta SS Lines
5
Deltown Foods Inc
1
Denie's( John A)Sons-2
Denny's Restaurants—1

8

10c

•

%
1%

9 Vb

Crouse-Hinds

Connohio Co Inc com_l
40c conv pfd
10

Systems class A

5c

1%

Crescent Niagara

Cross

11

1
5

1

lc

2%

10%
1%
16%

Conlon-Moore Corp
Conn
(C G) Ltd

Oil-

3%

%

Conductron Corp—
Class A common
Cone Mills 4% pfd

Dekcraft Corp—_—75c
Del Electronics
10c
Delaware Barrel &
Drum Co
50c
Delford Industries
10c

Delhi-Taylor

4

14

10
1

Mining & Milling
2

%
6%
3%

Inc_10c

Systems

Cramer

11 y4

2%

1%

1
6

Cracker

21

1

Warrants
6% conv pfd
Crawford Corp

48

46

Broadcasting

ny8

1
8
4

Dover Construction

Refining

63

62

Amer dep rets
Commonwealth Oil

Cow Gulch Oil
10c
Cowles Chemical Co
I
Cowles Magazines St

4

4%
21%

x Ex-dividend,

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS

72

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963

5
Edge Ltd___
25c
Edgerton Germeshausen
& Grier Inc
1
Edgewater Steel Co
•

9%
1%

n874
1

11

9%

58 %

7%

changed

Farrel Corp

2

3%

4

1%

174

n

%

31

29

to

Electro Corp
Instruments
1

38

12.50
Mfg—_—*

6%
»A

Foods Inc
5
Fed-Mart Corp
——*
Federal Bake Shops—1
Federal Bowling
Centers Inc
lc

Federal Compress

814

Si Warehouse

39 y2
7

y2
17

15

3%
22 74

25

27
12

Fearn

374

2874
1374

3%

n

2c

6c

Electro-Miniatures
Electro

10c
10c

Networks

Electro-Nite. Engin'g

% Federal National Mtg
Association
100
314
2V4 Federal Resources _50c
Federal Screw Wks
1

%
214
-"174
2

•

2474

gi/4

Electro-Tec

2%

Corp

_10c

Electro-Temp
Systems
Electrolux

Federal Sign <Ss Signal

1c
1

Corp

1
•
10
•

Common
$1.20 con pr pfd
$1.25 preferred

10

3%

Federal Steel Corp
21 Federated Electrcs-lOc
5474

1V2
5134

Publicatns.*
Dynamics
25c
'■ZS3 Ferson Optics Inc
•

Electromagnetic

Federated

Industries Inc
lOo
114
Electronic Accounting • WEJ*
Card Corp
1
5

2

Ferro

5%

10c

Fiat Metal Mfg

1
*

25

xl7

1

_

1
6

1%

1%

34 y4

35 y4

Franklin Balmar Co

l
•

28
13

15

19%

1474
16

374
14

74

..._I0c
_50c

21%
1574

Electronic Components •
Electronic Controls_25c
Electronic Dlscovery_lc
Electronic Engnieering
Co of California
1
Electronic Products
•
Electronic
Wholesalers
20c
Electronics Missiles &

3

—

414

5
1

y2

■

47a

534

1 "A

1%

5

.

10c

;

Motors-

ISA
Amer dep rets
3V4 Fieldcrest Mills
*
5th Avenue Cards—10c
Fifth Dimension
50c

174

Communications
10c
Electronized Chemicals

Corp

Fiat

nie

•

11%

2.50

35%

I
2ys Fritzi of Calif Mfg
-.1
is y2 Frontier AirlinesFrontier Refining Co_l

6%

7%

6%
6%

7

5%

6

5 y.

53 State St Corp
100
Filmohn Corp——10c
Filon Corp——
20c
Fireco Sales Ltd

19 Ye

2074

174

174

2 y8

1

Fuji Photo Film

45c

50y

59

174
374

774
50c

Ye

%

%

Fuller Industries ___lc
Full view Industries—
Class A common_50c

13 %

5
Fundamental Develop's

74
174
9%
4%

Funded Securities A..2

Furman-Wolfson
10c
974 Putterman Corp cl A_1

~1
2

ioy2
474

Corp

-

Common
6% conv

*

74

pfd
10c
Elgeet Optical Co—1
Elion Instruments
50c
Elk Horn Coal Corp
•

1

74
■

1

74
16 74

174
174
3A
1774

1

Southern Co
1
Realty
1
Fischer & Porter Co—

4%

574

1374

13 A

Automation—
Amer deposit rets
Elmar Electronics
•
Elox Corp
v_j._ x
Emac Data

Glass

Class A

6.20
2%
5

6.40
3
6

-I

Fisher Governor

Co—1

114

120

1

74 Fleming Co Inc.

2.50

1

a!5%

Empire State Oil

21c

25c

_1

Endevco Corp___
Enflo
Corp.

i83/4

_xoc

%

Business

Forms

Inc
Entron Inc..
Eon Corporation

2.50
loc

1
1

Epko Shoes Inc
Epsco Inc.
Equity Oil Co..

_•

IlOc

.2.50
12.50

S5

2874

30%

1274
27

1774
174
6'A

1

11

14 74

17%
30

74

2574

2674
974

1

Fluorocarbon

40c

Co

274

9

674
14

10c

374

23

18%
32%

Equipmt.IOc

Executive House Inc__l
Warrants
Executone Inc
i
l
Exolon Company
•
Extrin Foods Inc —10c
F R Corp
Faber Coe &

Fabien

j

50c

Gregg

•
50c

Corp

Fairbanks

Co
,
10
Fair Lanes Inc cl A—1

Fairey Co "Adrs"

7
15

174

1074

1174

974
4%

1074

2%

2%

10

574
1%

L fa

Warrants

274

5

674
1%

X74

18c

23c
11 y4

!■&

10c

.*
.1

10%

•

12%

13%

Distributors Inc _25c

5%
3%
1874

6%

Gateway Chemicals

Qem

Transp

Instrument

Gelman

9%

9

Electronic

Gem International—70c
General Abrasive Co

1

General Aniline &
Film class A
1
•
General Artists
10c

Mines

Ltd

.

1%
ioy4
14

%
33

%
1034

Economic

General

Assoc class A




61 4
62

100
22c

1034

174
74

64
103

%

Syndicate class A_10c
General Electronic
Control Inc
10c
General Electronics—
Class A
10c

28c

4

1

,

2%

-

3%

3

50c
•
Gilpin (Henry B) Co-

Group Inc
Gilfillan Corp

1174

12%

Class A common..*
Girard Industries—50c

15%
5 74

16%

Girder Process—
Class A
Girltown Inc cl A
Gisholt Machine—
Glamur Products
Glasrock Products

Glasspar

lc
1
10
8c

4y8
174
3

10c

Co.—__50c
—•

Glatfelter (P H) Si Co
Common
-5
474% preferred
50

4%%

38%
46
47

50

pfd

Glen-Gery Shale
Brick Corp..
Glen Mfg Inc

174

1%
6y4
1274

10

6

674
13 y4
30c
4 74
2

~

374

4074
—

5%

674
4'

50c
1

574

674
474

$2,125 preferred
Glitsch

(Fritz W)

•

5074

49

&
2

6%

774

Devices class A—10c

3%

3%

Prod—50c

1%
8%
974

2
9

Sons

Inc

Global Construction

Global

Steel

Industries
Globe Rendering

*

Globe

—

Globe Rubber

20

Products

*

12%

10c

Corp

%
8

1

Godfrey Company
Goebel Brewing
11%
60c conv pfd

1474

74

—

174

—5
10

2174

20
>- *1

15% Goff Oil Co
10c \
iy4
3674 Golden Cycle Corp—10
iy8 Golden Triangle
11 y4
Industries Inc. .80c
Goldsmith Bros —_25c
Gordon & Breach
Science Publish _10c

2

N%

274

6y4

774

%
2%

1%
274

%

y2

.

1%
35c

Gorton's of
Gloucester Inc
•
Gould Properties cl A-l
Graham Chemical _10c

30%
8%

Grain Elev Whse Co 10c
Granco Inc class A—I.....

%

%

Electronics
LaboratoriesClass A
33y3C
General-Gilbert
1
General Industries
4

%
2%
17

1%

25c

General Kinetics

1

50c

Magnaplate

27c j

2'A

It3!?
574
45

2%
2'A
45

674
n5%
274

13

4% General Precision
15
Equipt $4.75 pfd

12%

13%

50
32

6%
3%
574

5

3374c
Forbes & Wallace—

11
8c

57s
43 74
2

174

4

Belding

Forcite Inc..
4...
Foremost Dairies

474%

%

50c

1474
74

15%
74
74

46
13 y4

48

1

1%
3%
18
174
1%

preferred

47

47%

Forest Laboratories.lOc

24
74

25
74

Forman

Realty Corp.lo
Formsprag Co
1
Forst (Alex) & Sons.lOc

nl3T4
574

~5%

Fort Worth Steel <&

Machinery Co
Fortuna Corp

"42"

•

674

10c

Products Ltd

7

1%
7%

10c

974

Foster Grant Co

a

10

Called

_1

Foundation Co (NV)__1
for

redemption,

see

page

20

16%
%

94.

n%

Gen Resistance inc.lOc

General Shale
Products Corp
General Stone &
Materials Corp

•

31%
9y8

134

Grand Union Co—

4%% preferred
50
Granger Associates—.1
Great Amer

18%
7

7%

Gen Tin Investments
Ltd "ADRS"
Gen Tire Si Rubber Co
S27.50 warrants

1%

174

45%

Gen United Corp..—2
General Utilities Inc—1

4
3c

47%
4%

Gunge Industries
Genisco inc.
Genuine Parts Co
c.«»ochron Labs

5
lc

20%
1774
74

k Last

America

sale,

n

Nominal,

10
1
r

opment Co Ltd

21
33
9

Canadian

1

16

1

11

Great Universal Stores
Ltd class A
5s
Greater
All
American
Markets
1
Green (Daniel) Co
10
Green 'A P) Fire
Brick Co
5
Green Giant Co com.*
5%
preferred
.100

2%
8 Ye
23%
% Grieseriieck

value,

8y4

3%

374
49

46

98
9c

2%
1%
n2

1974
39 V2
100
11c

274
2
234

Co

pfd
30
22
uriess-Pfleger Tan
5
35
Griggs Equipment.._50c
9% Grinnell Corp
—•

dollar

12

774

19%
38y2

Green Mountain Uran
Class A
lc
Green Shield Plan_25c
Greene (M J) Co—10c
Gremar Mfg Co
•

5%

._60c

Georgia Marble Co
Georgia Shoe Mfg

2%
7%
22%
ny8

6c

ft

10c

Great Lakes Term
W'house (Ohio)
134 Great Plains Devel¬

20 y8

1374

Realty—

98

"

5

Geophysics Corp of
5174 Foster-Forbes Glass 1.50

94

•

■jTr

50

15c

41

1

Foote-Burt Co.
Foote Cone &

__

5c

5074

*
Without par value,
y Ex-stock dividend.

%

347
320
7
6%

General Crude Oil—274
General Devices Inc
1
Genl Drive-in Corp—

S3 class A
•
Class B non-voting.*

,,

•

Family Circle

17 y2

16

Data-Systems

—lc
Inc
Gilbert Marketing

Goddard Inc
Goddard Indus

Gen

y2

Food Plus Inc

-

5

Falconbridge Nickel

iy8
3%

1

Class A

Executive

2%
1%
4y4

.

Glidden Co—

14%

General

Flying Tiger Line
5% .preferred

Foamland USA
25e
Food Si Drug Research
Laboratories
50c
Food Fair Properties, lc

Ethyl Corp—
Class A com
3
Class B com
3
6% series A pfd_100
Eureka Corp Ltd
25c
Evans Inc
1
Exchange Buffet
274

44

43
2

Glaxo Group Ltd
Amer dep rets ord

—

14

.

2

15

1174

374
1374

t21%

General Atronics
_•
General Automotive
Parts Corp
_•
6y2
1
174 Gen Brewing Corp
Genl Castings Corp 10c
1

y2

Florida Tile Indus—
Class A common
^1
1874 Floyd BennetirStores 5c
174 Fluke (John) Mfg__50c
7

7%

13%
2774

%

10

174

Erie Techno Prod
__±
90c conv pref
Estey Electronics

7*

1
1

Florida Hillsboro
Florida Palm-Aire

i

Common

^7
9

10c

2074 Florida
Properties
4 74
Florida Steel Com

Ennis

R3/

174

1
1

._

674
890

Hills Uranium—lc

Gateway

80

C
1

Flexible Tubing
Warrants
Flora Mir Candy

Corp—

8'A
874

834
%

Fitchburg Paper Co
Class A com

common. 10c

Empire Devices
Empire Petroleum

10

preferred

7%
%

1.66

Garsite Products
Gas

2%

Fisher Foods com—2.50
S5 preferred
*

Elliott

Emmer

r,y

First Union

Garden Land Co
.1
Garden State Racing
Garfinkel (Julius)—
Ex 100% stock div

lines

iyB

5%

Processing Corp___lc
Emery Industries—_•

674

First

10c

Garrett Freight-

R

of

3%
1%

474 Garland Knitting Mills
1474
Class A common
1
2
Garlock Inc
1

1

First Republic Corp
America class A

3%
1%

.1

0 Gap Instrument

574

Hartford Realty

Corp
Electrosolids

Gabriel Industries
22
1 A
3

50c

First Flight Co
First

174

L Industries
20c
M S Stores
___10c

G
.G

17

374

5y«
2%

4%
274
14

74

Fulton Market Cold

Storage (111)

14 y8

n

7%

2

Machine Tool
Industries

Giffin

Gilbert

83 y2

23

234

2%
874

36 %

17'A

4y8
2174
iy2

1%

Giddings & Lewis

1

974

6%

Photo-

Gevaert

Glastron Boat Co
Electronic Communica¬
tions 6% convpfd_10

74

5%
%

•
Geriatric Pharmac.lOc
Geriatric Services—10c
Gertsch Products
•
Gestetner Ltd—
Ord A Am dep rets—
Getchell Mine Inc
1
Getz (Wm) Corp
•

Production "adrs"_*
16% Giannini Scientific.lOc
10c
4y4 Giant Food Prop
Giant Tiger Stores
15
•

9
iiya

22
1974
234

874

5%

Oil

Frouge Corporation

iy2
274

y8

.

5

Franklin Electric.
Frantz Mfg Co.
Free State Geduld
Mines Ltd "ADRS" 5s
Fremont Petrol
lc
French (Fred) Inv—_•

%
11%

2,000

Gerber Scientific
Instrument Co

Products
Franchard Corp
Class A
Franco Wyoming
Frank (Albert)
Guenther Law.

Ye

-

—

Photo

Fox-Stanley

Frito-Lay Inc
8274
174

4

Aak

10 y4

Geoscience Instrumts lc
Geotechnical Corp
.1
9% Seotechnics Si
Resources class A.25c
8y2
Gera Corp (N J)—100

30c

8%
7%

1

Bid

Par

Stocks—

Ask

20c

-

Frisch's Restaurants

%

Electro Refractories &
Abrasives Corp
1

--

■

Freoplex Inc
Frigikar Corp

Electro-Mechanical

Systems Inc
1214c
Electro-Mechanics__10c 1

■

_.

Co—12

Bid

59 y4

7 Ye

Par

Four Corners Oil &
Minerals Co
Four Star Television
Fownes Bros & Co
Fox St Louis Prop—
Units
■:
■
-

914 Farrmgton
314 Fastiine Inc
——10c
74 Fate-Root Heath Co—1
Faultless Caster
1
Faultless Rubber
1
2y4

8

2%

EICO Electronic
Instrument Co
.1
Eldon Industries
1
Electrada Corp
____1
Electric Hose & Rub.10
Electro Consol Corp—

Electro

64

Biscuit

s

Curtis

63

2214
Amer deposit rets—
4014 Farbwerke Hoechst A G
2
Amer deposit rets—_
Farmer Bros Co
1

38 %
IV2

Common
___1
Class A
10
Edwards Engineering_l
Edwards Industrles_50c

Name

Industries, Inc
20c
Faradyne Electronics 5c

1%
274

Farbenfabriken Bayer

21

Educational Develpmt.l

1%
2%

"1

Stocks—

Ask

Fanon Electronic

Edgcomb Steel of
New England cl A

Educator

Bid

Par

Stocks—

Ask

Bid

Par

Stocks—

27

conv

t New

i.tock.

„

10

5%
82

x

5%
86 y2

Ex-dividend.

Bid

Far

Stocks—

51 %
23 V*
8%

Grolier Inc_
Gross Telecasting.
Grosset & Dunlap,
Gruen Industries
Guantanamo Sugar

3

Guardian Chemical_10c

2VB
2 ¥2

Guardian Packaging

5%

Guidance Tech
Guild Musical
Instrument Corp
Gulf Coast

1
10c

12c

Foods

9 ¥4
3 ¥4
2 ¥2

23/4
6%

15C

%

5c
3/i
5¥4
2%

Gulf Interstate Co
1
Gulf Resources
10c
Gulf Sulphur Corp—

Now, listed

54%
24 ¥4

11
6 ¥4
23/4

Par

Stocks—

Ask

<

Leaseholds Inc-—20c

Guv's

Products

Hexcel

_1

Bid

17 y2

12.50

Common
1st pfd 5% ser
Hi-Shear Corp

B__25
•

21 ¥2
15

3%

78
2 ¥2

5% conv pfd
10
Hickok Electrical
Instrument Co cl A_1

8

Hicks-Ponder Co
1
Hico Corp of Amer—1

7

1¥4

2

8

1

7%

8%

_50c
1
1

Hager

*

Hajoca Corp

1

Chem

Halco
Kalle

Bros

1 ¥2
42

¥2

3/4

23
44 ¥2

24 ¥2

(Units)
5

common

$2.40 conv pfd

Hallidav

1V4
40

50

Hilco Homes Corp
•
Hines (Ed) Lumber_10
Hirsch (P N) & Co
1

Hobam

6c

Inc.

3/8
24V?
18 ¥4

1
25 ¥2

Lithograph _1
*

10%
8%

11 ¥2
9 ¥4

•

1
._25c

8 ¥4

—10c

2%

13

10c

I2V2
16® 8
3/4

Hancock (J W) Inc—
Common
10c

%

5

443/4
24 ¥2

•

Hobart Mfg Co_
Hoerner Boxes
Hofman Labora¬

Halo Lighting
Hamilton Cosco Inc

Hamilton Mfg
Hampton Sales Co

6%

•

l¥a

1

Bandmacher-Vogei

.

Handschy Chemical
1
Handy ft Harman
1
Hanna Mining Co——1
Hanover Equities—
Class A
1

3%
10 ¥2
9

116
4

15 ¥4
11%
1%

Systems
33 Vic

4V4

1

Hapman Corp
Hardee's Food
Inc

Hamischfeger Corp
6% conv pfd
100
Harper (H M) Co
1

Harris-Teeter
Super Markets
Hart-Carter

Hartebeestfontein

4%
16 ¥4

12¥2
1%

4%

100 % 104%
9 ¥2
97/a

1%

14 ¥2
22

6¥4

A

2.50

com

4¥4

2¥»

2%

3

33/s

1¥4

10C

__

113/4

1

14
7 ¥4

Hastings Raydlst

Hauserman (E F) Co_l

Hausman Steel Co
5
Havana Racing Co.lOc

Industries _10c
Hawaiian Pacific Ind-*
Haven

6%
3c

Hawley Products Co__5

Hawthorn-Mellody ___•
Hayden Publishing—lc
Hayes Int'l
;
2.50
Hazel Park Racing

1

Voting Trust ctfs
Head Ski Co Inc„_1.50

7
6c

3c

5c

53/4

4

n3%
26

12%
21S/8
3%
12 ¥2
4 ¥2
4¥a
27 ¥2

Helm's Express Inc—
Class A common
1
Hendrick Ranch Roy_l

Drive-In

•

Heppenstall Co com_50
4%% preferred
50
Hercules Gallon Prod6% B conv pfd
20
7% pfd ser A
90
Hsrff Jones Co
1

Heritage Industrial
1
Heritage Petroleum—1
Herman & Appley Ine
Class A com
10c

Hermetite Corp
•
Hershey Creamery
5
Hewitt-Robins Inc—
5% preferred
10
Hewlett-Packard Co—

pfd
Hexagon Labs Inc
•

conv

Without

30 ¥1

32 y8

33/4
16 ¥2
23 ¥a
19%

Houston

l3/4
¥2

par

-1
1
value,

26

125

Hubinger Co
Hudson Pulp ft

6%
60

Class A common
1
$1.41 2nd pfd
24.50

pfd series A—25
25

5.12% pfd B
Hudson Wholesale
Groceries Inc
Hudson's Bay Co

19 ¥4

21 ¥4

23 Ya

24%
22
22%

25% International Railroads

1

3%j

Qas

2.50

14 Va

A

10c

2 ¥4

2%

__25c

2%

3%

com.

Inc

Brick

97
36 ¥2

143/4

Hydro-Electronics
Hydrocarbon Chem
Hygrade Pack cl A
Hyster Company

35^

Interstate
8 ¥4

lc
1
1

13/4
3%

50c
50c

1

33 ¥4

10

Components Corp_10c

pfd 50

2
4 ¥4
1%
35 ¥2

80

1

3/4

1

a

2%

234

-4 ¥2

283/4
1 yB
514

2%

3%

23%

Chemical Corp —50c

Indiana Limestone

6%

193/4
1%

10

Yards
50

preferred

50

Industrial Instruments
Inc
—_50c
20% Industrial Timer
1

iy4
25%

ft Mining
-10c
Jupiter Corp $1.50 pfd *

Industrial

Vinyls

10c

Petroleum_5c
Justrite Mfg Co
—1

Kaiser Steel
Common

7% Kalvar

1

Bearer

25%

(Richard

11%

1%

.

63%

1
1
A_1

16%
93%

3
15

15 ¥4

15%

88

n85
26 ¥4

5

163/4

28%
173/4

J E Plastics Mfg 10c
J-F Machine Diesel

4%

3%
7 ¥4
10

n%
IOV2

11

7 Va

6%

5%

4Y<
45
l¥4

100

——

1%
5 ¥4
3¥s

4%

KelloggJAmerlcan—10c

2%

*

30%
14

Kellwood

16
16 ¥4

—

9

Keene Packaging
Associates
—10c
Keith (George E) Co—
Common
*

pfd

—

8%
195
3%
6%

3% Kellett Aircraft Corp_l
Kelling Nut Co
3

15%
17 ¥4
95

__

98

100

shares

$5 prior

3%
14%

D)__*

1%

8% Kaymarq Consol—
84c preferred
1
12%
Kearney ft Trecker—3

8
12 ¥4

10%

0% preferred——100
Ir'ing (John) Shoe 1
6% preferred25

6%

1

76% Kavanaugh-Smith
27% Kay Foods Corp
91% Kay Windsor class

1

Iowa Beef Packers_1.50

5%

American shares

6

8 V*
'

7%

Kansas City Stock
Yards (Me)—100

53/4

3

1

Class B
1% Kane-Miller Corp
Kann-Ellert
Electronics

5%

"4 ¥4

-ft

7%

Aircraft cl A_1

11

40
115
57

iy»

21%
193%
25%
23%
164
150

»
20

23/8
Kaman

1%

28 ¥s
3%
2 ¥2

1

Corp-

22c

ft
«

Corp—
—--

17
5

1%

1

Electronics

6%

22 ¥4.

!

iy8
16¥4
4%
19c

1

Jurgensen's (Cal)

$1.46 preferred

21%

lc

1V2

Co

1

Kendall Company
$4.50 pfd series A—*

31 ¥4

15%

97

94
26%
20 ¥2

4%

(J B)

ft Co

Jackson's

Inc

1

1

5% conv pfd

50

Jacobsen Mfg

Jacquin
see

-ft

6%
1%

Organization Inc—_1
Kentucky River Coal

%

Minit

(F L) com

1

Kennametal Inc

Kenrich Corp—
Class
A
20c
Warrants
Kent Dry Cleaners_10c
Kent-Moore

%

10c
•

ft Electronics
J-K Industries

10
5

Kendall Refining

6¥b
1%
39 ¥2

w

/*

(Charles)

Kerite

Charles Jacquin

8c

2 y2

2%

24 y2

25%

77
55

—-

3
19 ¥2

2%
18%

10

Company

%

%
2c

Corp
25
10% Kentucky Stone——_10
Kenwin Shops Inc
1

10%

27%
22%

5%
Jaguar Cars Ltd—
Amer dep receipts
3¥a Jahn ft Oilier
Engraving Co_.
Jahncke Service Inc

23/4

24
54

22
50

3/4
4 ¥4
»/8

Called for redemption, see page 94.

1
5 ¥4

Jantzen

Inc——.

n

Nominal

2

1

% Jarecki Corp

k Last sale,

1

1
1

Corp
Jane Colby Inc

Jamesbury

10%
7
26

Canadian

Kerr Addison

Gold

Mines
Kerr-McGee Oil
1964 warrants
11 ¥a
1967 warrants

4¥4
ioy4

1
r

191A
12 /a

11%

40

37

9 ¥4

2

Class A
Ionics Inc_

l¥s

-

2 Va

Israel Development _25
Israel Investors
1
Itek Corp
l

26 ¥2
%

$1.25 preferred
20
Indian River Citrus
Fruits Inc
—2
Indiana Gas ft

Common

8c
26

1

Vending
Investors Counsel—

1% Irwin

l¥a

4/4

5c
24

Motor

Interstate

10c

Kelly Girl Service

40

5c

Electronics

%

5 ¥4

s/e K
D»I Corp
85c
Kahn's (E) Sons
_*
Kahr Bearing Corp_10c
3/4 Kaiser-Nelson Corp_10c

85

Lines Inc

9

%

Indep Coal ft Coke Co 1
Indian Head Mills—

__

8%

julyn Sportswear—

K A

¥4

100

3% Interstate Hosts

Markets

¥2

48%

76

Interstate Engineer'g_l
2.50

3

2%

n75

I C I Organics
I D Precision

37 ¥2
15 ¥2

1

4%

justheim

45V4

5
1

Line Co
—:
Interstate Bakeries
$4.80 preferred

1

5% preferred
Karstadt (Rudolph)

Interphoto Corp
Common class A
Interprovincial Pipe

Jacobs

...

2¥s

nl%

%

10c

2%
35

34

_

10%

Int'l Talc common
5
7 % preferred
100
Int'l Textbook Co
•

2 ¥4

1

Kokenge—_*

&

Class A
2.45 juniper Oil

2.30

1

Int'l Ultrasonics

1

Co

2% Indianapolis Stk

2
45

4%

14%

&

13%
2 ¥2

4/8

33/4

3%
14 ¥4

Ideal Precision
Meter Co
10c
Hikon Corp
10c
8
•
5 ¥2 Imac Food Systems
50c
33/4 Imperial 400 Natl

¥4

Iron

14%

53/4

Int'l Recreation Cp 50c

Hupp Systems
Class

1

Proteins.

Int'l Publishing
Amer dep rets

Weighing Corp

13%

Co Ltd

Hurletron

Int'l

Ivey

20

.,,

5¥a

%

_•

Joyce)

(Leslie

see

58

13%

33%c

Class A
Joyce Leslie—

16

55

Jostens Inc—

Julie Research
Laboratories

lc
1

lYa

15

Joseph & Feiss Co_2.50
Joslyn Manufacturing
& Supply Co
1.25

83/4 Julian

5 ¥4

18%

23

13
2

23/8

2

lc
•

~7%

19
30

21

51/2

Flight

73/8 Int'l Oils ft Metals.
Int'l Packings Inc

£1

Income Properties—
Class A
50c
16
25

5

Caterers Inc
Int'l Industries Inc

6%

Paper

153/4
3 ¥4

7 ¥4
3 ¥2
3

234

Internat'l Marine

11

29

14 ¥4

23/4

2 ¥4

.

Class A common_10c
Intl Flavors ft
Fragrances
50c

4

%

10c

Inc

Co

Int'l Electronics

Int'l

2

Field

Oil

Material com
1
5%% preferred
100
Howell Instruments—.*

ITI

Pub—

pfd
25
Heath (DC) & Co
5
Heck's Inc class A_10c

r

293/4

3%

I-T-E Circuit
Breaker 4.60%

90c

5%
=/8

2

Motor Go

Jones

7y2

8

5% Int'l Correspondence
6%
Schools World
2.50
l¥s International Data
Systems Inc
12%c
32¥8 International Dist
ft Vintners "adrs"

15
21%
17 ¥2

Hygiene Industries

Henry's

4 ¥2

lc

Horizon Land Corp

1¥2 Husky Oil Co (Del)
6 ¥2%
preferred 100
12% Huston (Tom) Peanut *
*
15 ¥2 Huyck Corp
73/4 Hyatt Corp of Amer
1
Hydra-Power Corp_10c
Hydraulic-Press

53/8
11%
21 ¥s
3 ¥4
11 ¥2

3 ¥4

16%

15

l¥s
%

%
%

25 ¥4
12%

Lamson
Machine Co-'

Jubilee

"adrs"

Tabulators

Home Enterprises.
1
Hot Shoppes Inc
1
House of Vision
1
House of Westmore.lOc
Houston Fearless Corp l

Hudson's Bay Oil
7Ye
4%

1

Publishing

10c

Class A common
Int'l Computers Sc

7%

9%

24%
11 y2

Int'l Cablevision—

15

Gold

Harvill Corp

Hearst Consol
7% class A

—

Company—

Class

5%

13%

Harvey House
10c
Harvey Wells Corp—:1c

A

17 ¥2

1¥4

20 ¥2

Amer deposit rets
Harvest Brand Inc-lOc

Class

16%

1

Mining Co Ltd—

Harwyn

5 ¥2 Int'l African
45%
American Corp
1
25 ¥4 Int'l Airport Hotel
System Inc
1
83/4 Int'l Book Distributors
3 ¥2
Inc
—IOC

%
7
10

20

„

/4

%

,10c

6%
11 ¥4

10%
Ya
6%

Jones ft

..

Co

—5

Co

13%

10
120

Harper ft Row
Publishers Inc
•
Harper Vending
Be
Harrington & Rich¬
ardson Arms
—1

123/4

Intercontinental
17%
Dynamics Corp

4¥s

3%
6

Jonker Business
Machines "units"—
% Jorn's Greeting Card

36 ¥2

10

32%
29

27

52

38

10

1

Cos

al0%
31 ¥2

5

Johnson Service

7c
16

Bldg (Chicago)
Intercoast

1%

50

lc
13

183/4

Valve

Honeycomb Products-*
4% Honeggers Inc_ —•
Honig's-Parkway
10c
Hooghovens—
12%
Am dep rets
_20fl
Hoover

1
1

Hanover Shoe
Hansen Mfg Co

Hollingshead (R M)__l

3/4
Manu f acturing
2
% Honda Motor Co Ltd
Amer deposit rets—

%

ASE

listed

7%
3/4

17%

Handleman Co—
Now

Faximlle

Homestead

—2

pfd

conv

tories

Hogan

2 ¥4

Insul-Cup Corp of
America
lc
Insular Lumber
10
Insurance Exchange
~

3/4

7% preferred
10
Jenkins Bros
25
10 y2 Jergens (Andrew)
*
Jerrold Corp
10c
3
Jervis Corp
1
8
Jessop Steel Co
1
1
Jet-Aero Corp
10c
Jewell (J D) Inc1
1% Jiffy Steak Co
1.25
Jodmar Industries—10c
Johnson Electronics—1

—25c

Industry Inc
33

17%

deposit rets

10

lc
10
25c

Asbestos "warrants"-

Jefferson Lake Sulphur

50

7¥s

31
3

Hitachi Ltd
Amer

Inc

Coal_»

Jeddo Highland

8¥a

49

Ask
8%

Bid

7%
80

7 ¥4

Inland Underground

Facilities

Par

S\ t cts—

Jarrei.-^sh class A—1

534 Jefferson Lake

Instruments for

Hidden

n6%

1/.

4

»

Inpak Syscems
Insley Mfg Corp
73^ Instrument Systs

5 ¥2

Ask

¥s

50c

74

2

Inc

Class A common

Hialeah Race Course_l
Hiawatha Oil 8c Gas 10

2%

Bid

Industro Transistor_10c

Information for
Industry Inc
25c
16% Infrared Industries—
*
4%
Inland Container Corp

Gyrodyne Co of
America

Par

Stocks—

Ask
19 ¥2

Heywood-Wakefield—

Splendor
Mining Co
Higbee Co
Hightstown Rug
83/4

ASE
Inc

73

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARK AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963

December, 1963

-

3

——

value,

t New

stock,

16

-

5
19

9%

16 ¥2

33%
32%
17%

1%
x

9%

32%
31 y2

Ketchum ft Co Inc—1
11% Kewanee Oil Co—
v7%
Class A
10
26%
Class B
10
Keyes Fib Co com
1
7
Warrants

dollar

6

5%

1
Indus

2%

Ex-aividend

Ex-stock dividend.




1

74

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963

Mocks—

Par

Bid

Ask

l

5

5%

1

4%
%

Keystone Alloys
Keystone Discount
Inc

Stores

Keystone Electronics 25c

Par

Stocks—

%

Keystone Portland

Lena Home

Cement Co

3
•

Kinetics Corp

1%

-

King Kullen GroceryClass A

i
1

11 Va

King Louis Int'l
King Oil Inc (Del)
1
King's Dept Stores
l
Klngsport Press
1.25
Kingwood Oil
i
Kirby Lumber Corp l
Kirby Petroleum Trust

Leon Ld
Leonard

12

4%

.4%

70c

20

55

57

Certificates No 1
Certificates No 2

153/4

-

Stocks—

2%

'3

1

iy4

Kirk Industries
Labs

1
20o
8

Cattle;—10c
Oil Devel—25

&t

y2c

%
6

Klondex Inc class A_lc
Knape & Vogt Mfg__2
Knaplc Electro Physics
Class A com
_2
Knapp & Tubbs Inc_50c
Knox Glass Inc
6.25

24j/8 Madway Main Line
ya
Homes, Inc
1
10c
Magazyn Byenkorf
114
Amer deposit rets
614 Magic Fingers—.—_10c
/
Magma Power—
10c

4%

13

6

3%
173/4

4y4 Magna Pipe Line
19%
Co Ltd com

Koehrlng Co
5%

Koeller Air
Kogel Inc

D

Kollmorgen Corp
Korfund Inc

2.50

%
17%

10c
lo

Koster-Dana Corp
Kroger Co.—
Kromex

A pfd

Corp

Co_!5

-Crylon Inc
Kuhlman Electric
Kullcke & Soffa Mfg
Kurz
Root Co
Kusan Inc (Ky)

=71/

Products

r-

qy

•

3%

Warrants

La Pointe Industries
1
Laclede Steel Co.
20
I-aeuna Nlguel Corp
Units
Laird & Co
Lake Arrowhead

5%

Warrants
Lite-Vent Indus
—1
Lithoid Inc
10c
Little (J J) <fe Ives_50c
10%
Little Ruffy Togs
lc
13%
.2.50
1% Littlefuse Inc
Liverpool Indus
10c
Living Aluminum
1

4

9V2
123/4
1

31
145

1
152

L N C Corp
;

13%
3%

•

614

7y8

Amer

pfd
i5
Lakeside Industries.
I
Lakey Foundry Corp__l
4.75%
Lamston

Lock Thread Corp—10c
Lockhart Corp—_
1

I.omart Perfected
Devices Inc
50c
London Terrace Inc—
class A_.
1

214
40c
1°
3 y2

3

%

Londontown Mfg——1
lone star Brewing—1

1

Lone Star Steel Co
1
1 onecharnps Inc
—1

Sessions—
44

pfd A_50
(M H) Ino 1

45% Long Island Plastics 10c

914

Lamtron Industries
Class A
10c
Lance Inc_„
2 50
Land Equities Inc^.
Class A common.
lc
Land Title Bid*
"—
Landa Oil Co
I 10e
Landis Machine
2

Cement Co

jy.
1414
iy8
52

li/2

i Long Mile
__

• ■ :

"414

3%

Latrobe Steel Co
Lau Blower Co.

2.50

17

_1
i

19

.

Oil!!

16/2i
—

i
joc

•ts

I

Lee (H D) Co Inc..
•
Leece-Neville Co
50c
Leeds & Northrup__50c
Leeds Travelwear—
Common class A
1

Inc.

7

Warrants
Magnasync Corp
1
Magnefax Corp
•
Magnetic Metals
1
Magnetics Inc
1
Magnin (Joseph) Co__l
Mahon (R C) Co
5
Majestic Penn Statue—•

1%
%

.

& Recreation Inc.

53/8
6

2%
37%
13

n%

1

Major Pool Equipment
Corp
10c
Major Realty Corp
lc
Mallinckrodt Chemical
Works cl A com.10
414% convertible
pfd series C_
_:50
Malone & Hyde Inc
1

10c

5% Mandrell Industries

•

%
3
5c

40%

fZ
18
20%
16%

3%
n2%
21

4%
2"%

(B) Co.*
Mannesmann. (A G)—•

Amer deposit rets

•Without par value,
♦~*J: dividend

4

22

Manpower Inc.

_66%c

5

13

1434
63/4

6

a2%
%
%
2

ft
n234
10

V*
4y4
8 3/s

33/a

"

=/4
%
2%
%
23/4 Marine View
Electronics Inc
10%
3/4 Markan Inc..
4% Market Basket

1414
31%

Marley
8 3/8

6%

71/4
■A

14
133/4
4%
4

34%

37%

35
83/4

37%
9%

41/4

51/4
2c

13c

4Vs
2%
8%
5

10

93/4
a

15%

2%

i0

24%
24%

13

9

10c
61/4 Meredith Publishing—5
6% Meridian Electron's 10c
2
Merry Bros Brick &
3/4
Tile Co—
—2.50
6

38

40

20%

%
24%
1

263A
13/8

6%

7%

2%
%

23/4
3/4

%

6%
3
Mersick Industries—
Class A common
1
38%
10c
14% Mertronics Inc
1% Messenger Corp
_1
Met Food Corp
1

%

13

1%
l3/4

"l%

1
•
10c
1

Met Sports Centers
Metal Bellows

Metalcraft Inc
3% Metalfab Inc_

2%
3/4
4%

3Vs
1%
5V4

2

15c

Metal Goods Corp_3.75
42% Metal Hydrides Inc
5
Metalphoto Corp
lo

18 34

21

14%
9%

13 V*

83/4
ls4

Metallurgical InteFl 10c
Class A
Metallurgical Resources

,

17%

25%
25

2%
9%
2

85

%

2 Va
-

iy8

—

Indus——1%

6%

7%

5%
17%
13/4
9%
33/4
9

30c
4% %
preferred
100
Mastan Co
.1
Mass Protective Assn—
Ex 33 % %
stk div—

6

._1

lc

7%

2%
1

22

McDonough r-o com—*
8%
5% preferred
—25
4
McGill Mfg Co
50
1% McGowen Glass Fib.lc

24

ft
a6

3c

V*

,—1

11%
5%

McGraw;YF H) & Co_2
% McGraw-Hill
Publshng
Class A
—1

7%
% McLean IndustriesClass A—
—_lc
11%
$3 preferred
6%
—5
7% McQuay Inc
—1
48
Mecanair Inc
•

k Last sale

Nominal,

r

Canadian

Co

5

MiamijData Processing
—10c

Inc.

Center,

6
18

Miami Tile & Terrazzo 1
Miami Window Corp—
2%
Common
50c

103/4
4%
9%

70c conv preferred
8
Michaels (j) Inc
1
Michelin Rubber & Tire

Michigan Bakeries
1
5%% conv pfd
20
Mich Seamless Tube 5

11%
%
2%

11%
1 yB
3%

2%
13

23/4 Micron Plastics
10c
133/4 Microton Industries. 10c

16%

1Q3,

99

jrgy

11
108

20

16%
19
4%

*

Microdot Inc
Micro Metals
Micro Precision

10c

20c

1%
10

%
2%

10C

15c

11%

12%

42%

43%

7

8

2%
%

1

7%
74
203/4
171/,

47
34

8

10c

"3/4

1

2%
45c

1%
n35c

10%

19

4%^ preferred
50
Midwest Technical
Development Corp„1
Miehle-Goss-Dexter
7.50

National—

High Kennel

—10c

Milton Bradley Co—

Minerals

3
20
17%
814

2%
17
17

18

1

8 Miner Safety Appli—10
Mine Industries——lc

50

190

10%

1

Miles-Samuelson—
1
Milgo Electronics.
1
Milgray Electronics-25c
Miller Bros Hat
1
Miller Mfg Co—
1
Miller & Rhoades—
11
' Common.
;.
20
134
4.75% preferred—100
Mlllipore Filter
1
01/

4 34
185

8%

18
5%
16%
2%
9%
43
2%

10q

3%
5%

11%

Inc

a95

-ft

3/s
n2%

97/8

Class A common

434 Mil

3%

7%

Club (Colo) cl A—1

40

1%

%

1

Midas-International—

Mile

8%

20

16

ElectronlOc

Mid-State Raceway

Midwest Rubber Re¬
claiming com 2.50

113

6%
%

4

10

—

%

37%
4%

46

-

--

%

iy8

5%

42%
5%

42

434

4

%

1%
9%

9

3%
7%

6

sy8
734

7%
28
96

——

14%

28%
i5y2

67
2%

72
3

27

■ft

V*

Englneering-1

3434
Miniature Precision

.

Bearing class A——2

4%

31
21

Mlnitone Elect'nics.lOc
Minitronics class A_20c

TV
A

21%

Miracle Mart Inc
Miss Elliette Inc

3%

33/4

1%

l3/4

3/4

1
50c

5

■ft
y2

3%

3

3/4

1

1 Va

22

Miss Pat (Cal)
23% Missile Components

Missile Sites Inc
Missile Systems

3%
44

15%

—

n

Class A common
»
Meyer (George J) Mfg
Co
5

3%

1

McCandless Corp
*
McCloud Riv Lumb_25
McCord Corporation—
$2.50 preferred—50
McCormick & Co——*
McCormick Selph
Associates Inc..
*

•

dollar

■

1%

Oil—

%
35

7%
%

•

1

134

Corp..—10c

Mexican Eagle
Ordinary

Microwave

& Drydock—Common

Mayfair Super Mkts.

Metro-Tel

% Meyercord

n%
34
26%

Maryland Shipbuilding

Mayfair Markets

preferred
-10
Metropolitan Playhouse
7%

ft

i3a
3/4

lc

Common

Metatronics Mfg
5c
Metcom Inc
50c
Metro Inc common
1

Meyer (Fred) Inc—

87

43/4
16%
1%

6%

...

page 94.

lS/8

16%

2%

7
46

Photo—
A

Class B—-—

Maul Bros Inc.
25c
Maust Coal & Coke
1
Maxam Inc.
1

2%

1

6%

1

Lines

Motor

Class

36

3% Matthiessen & Hegler
Zinc Co
20

l3/4
%

M &r. D Store Fixture—1

54
7
25c
10 Va

x52

20%

1% Merchants Fast

iy8

27

iThe) Corp
1
i Warrants
Lusk Royaltys
•
Lynch Communication
System Inc com
1
$8.50 warrants.
Lyntex Corp
25c
Lvon Metal Prod
214
Lytle Corp.:
_*

Lr.sk

se

Martinall

2% Mathews Conveyor—1
Mathias (A L) Co
•

%

•mptio \

Martin Yale Business
Machines "units"

2934
Mastic Corp.
92
—1
Mastro Industries—10c
2
171/4 Matiies (Curtis) Mfg-1
Matheson Co Inc
1

ft

rec

Herrington
1
Marquette Corp^
—1

20%
Maxson Electronics., 3
57%
Mayer (Oscar) & Co. 10
14
Mayfair Industries —1

1014 MacDonald
(EF)
1
10% Machine Bull "ADRS"

Called for

2

19%
561/4

•

Laminates

6% Ma^co Corp
Ma ico Realty Co

Co

Industries.lOc

.___

_

M 8 I Electronics

5»/4

1%

7i/4

25c

"?

16c

25

al5i/s
27%
88

(The)

Marmac
Marmon

-25c

Marsh Supermarkets^
•
Marshall Electronlcs_lc
Marshall Industires
1

26

6%

50c

2
1414 Marrud Inc
53/8 Marsan Industries—
Class A common
10c
414
Marsh & McLennan—*
Marsh Steel corp..;
1

41/4

23

10c
—10c

16%
9%

—.—

;

714
4%,

Ludlow

%

1.05

9

Markite Corp

3%

29

Mann Research
Laboratories Inc
50c
Maradel Products
1
Marcon Electronics
1
Maremont Corp—
4%% conv pfd
100
Marine Petroleum Tr—
Units of Interest

15%
93/s

_•
1.25
•

%

10c

Megadyne Elect'nics 10c
Melpar Inc
1
23% Merchants Acceptance
53/4
Class A common-—•

Major League Bowling

1

__

Lunn

13%
2914

_50c

Lefcourt Realty
25o
Lehigh Coal <fc
Navigation Co
1
Lehigh Industries &
Investing
lOc
Lehigh Press Inc
•




53/4
6

2%

Luminal Paints Inc 50c
Luminator Harrison—1
914 i I urn's Inc class A—10c

2014

Lee Way Motor
Freight Inc
l
Lee Wilson Erigine'g_*

10

18

14

Mercury
•

2

Corp

Medtronics Inc

iy4
%

50c

214
10%

27
20

3%
21/4

Milling

and Science

J,.
33/a

_2c

Typograph
6% i Liidwig Engineering

•

Leaseway Transport'n 1

Leetronlcs

5

95C

Manischewitz

Louisiana State Rice

—

9'4

.

—•

21/4
1014 i Lowe's Cos Inc
18% Lucks Inc
6% Lucky Stores Inc
19% 'Ludlow Corp

6
1.20
2

7

1

Lowell Toy Mfg

„

6y8

Maire Tool &

Mfg 1
Le Tourneau (RG)-.l
Leach Corp..__
20c
Leader-Durst CorplClass A common.SOe

....

10

Layne & Bowler Pump

Rubber

Longs Drug Stores—.—2
Longvlew Fibre—.—7.50
Lor togs Inc.—.—
1

Los Angeles Drug.
Louisiana-Delta
Offshore Corp..

31%

%
1%

-1.25

Long-Lok Corp—.——•

14%

16
29

Co '
Cuno

22%

.

Assistance—

n4%

Longhorn Portland

Bakeries Inc com. 1
$1.60 preferred
25
Langley Corp
i
Lannett Co inc
2
Larsen Co
6%

Chemicals"!

12%

Medford

Management

10 %

Langendorf United

Lawter

—1

43/4

4

18

71/4

21

9

conv

deposits rets

Lodding Engineering—1
5% Loft
Candy Corp.
.1

2
30c

v

1

3% Loblaw Inc

5y8
20

Portland Cement_l

<fe

17

11/4

Lobitos Oilfields Ltd—

143/s

Lake Ontario

i.e

__!i
1

4

Lake Central Airlines—
Common1
6 % % conv pfd
io

Lamson

100
%

—i

J

warrants
5% conv

90

•

Lion Match Co.

3c

—

„

8

24

2

-

Le

—

—30

4%% pfd A_.

334

114
5 V*'

"\Oc

Inc..

$40 warrants

101/

1
1

5

Ling-Temco-Vought Inc
$30 warrants

gi>

12

Chromatel Inc—
A "double stmp"
r.a Consolldada S A
Common.
75 pesos
6% pfd_—.—75 pesos
La Crosse Cooler
2.25
La Maur Inc
ioe
Laboratory Procdres lo

Development

101

2%
12%
21/4
1041%

Lindly & Co Inc
10c
Lindy Hydrothermi 1

I.

!!_

2%
11%
1%

5

7? Lindberg Steel
Treating class A

,

«
* /a

8%

2

*

—

34

8

•

Corp of America

4

1

iqnZ Lincoln Stores

54%
6Va

50

Class A com
Limestone Products
%

1
2

j

Krueger (W A)

L.

22

57

Vz

—

5

55

5c

ser

Copper
10c
Lexington Ave & 42nd

46

Prod

4.3%

Lewisohn

•

pfd

27%
18%

3

3%

ley*

—

22

53/8 Magna Pictures Corp 5c

n2

50

com

conv

10c

1%
8%

Ex

1

Wharf Co—
distribution—.

Street Corp cl D_.lc
Ley (Fred) T & Co
1

19

5c

1
2

pfd

cony

$2.75

1%
13

Lewis

614 Medallion Pictures—50c
9
Medex Inc
le

Ask

Bid
n3%

1414 Mechanical Handling
Systems Inc
1

Units

2%
10c
9'A Lido Corp
Lightcraft-General
1
1
29% Li'L Gen stores—
20 y8 Lilly (Eli) & Co cl B_5
48
Lily Lynn Inc—

Knudsen Creamery
Co of Calif
.

3y8
24 y2
1%

13%

8

MacWhyte Company—
%
Ex 50% stock div.

121/4

Engineering Corp

2

Par

50c

Corp

2c

ft
22 V*
%
3c

Stocks—

Ask

53/4

.•

1959 warrants

•

Levlngston Shipb'ldg

IV*

Bid

Mechanex

com.

50c
.

Lewis Business Forms-1

3%
23%

A

Par

Corp

Mack Trucks Inc—

Lewis Welding &
Kirk (C F)
Kirsch Co

Shirt

1961 warrants—.

Ic
1
2.50

Common
Class A

11%

6
2

2% Mack

Class

Leslie (Joyce)
10c
Lester Engineering
1
Lestoil Products Inc—

80c

15%
19%
10 %

Ask

2'A

Beauty

Products—..
13V8
2% Lence Lanes Inc
Lenox Inc

12

Bid

20c
Lei Inc
Leland Publishing
Ltd
*
Lemke (B L) & Co.50c

*

*
25c

10c

10c
4% Missile-Tronica
45
Mississippi Glass Co.10
17% Mississippi River
A
Transmission Corp _1
value,

t New

stock,

x

6%

5%
3/s
1%
4%

7/a
2

47/a

■k

ft

26

28

10%

11%

Ex-dividend,

y

Ex-

75

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS

December, 1963

QUOTATIONS FOB ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OP NOVEMBER 29, 1963

1

16%

Laboratories Inc _10c
MITE Corporation—1

i%

Research
4

NYSE)
5% conv 2nd pfd_25

1%

nlYs

Developm't Corp _10c
Mitsui & Co Ltd—
Amer deposit rets
Mobilife Corp
50c

BVe
2

Model

Engineering &
Mfg Corp
Model Vending Inc
1

8%
National Resources
2%
Nat'l Screw & Mfg
Nat'l Shoes Inc
National Tank Co

8%
1

5%
5%

5%

Electronics
International
_1

System

60c

•

.

26

10

Nazareth Cement
Neb Consol Mills

5
2

26

12

13%
12%

12

preferred

4%%

25
2 Ya

100

Paper Co———10

1

50

preferred
Moore-Handley Inc

1

10%

20

13%

50
1

Moore Products Co

Newark Electronics—
Class A
2

19

Moore
(E R) Co
•
Moore Drop Forging—1

4%%

(John J)—50c
3% Networks Electr'ics_50e
Neuhoff Bros Pk'g
10

9%
11%
17%
40
9%

14%
13%

12%
19yB

New
New

10%

10

29

100

107

10

1

28%
8%

•
_100

New

a8%
27

Mos'inee Paper Mills_10
Mosler Safe Co

.1

Mother's Cookie
.*
Motor Colls Mfg
50c
Motor Mart Garage—1
Motor Parts Indus—
Class A
____10c

Electron

50c

Mt Isa Mines Ltd—
Amer deposit rets
Moxie Co

•

—

Hampshire Ball

*

30%

%
5%

O K Rubber Welders-10
Oakland Consol Corp •
1% Obear-Nester Glass
.*
18% Oberman Mfg com
1
1%
57c conv pfd
10
4%

18
1
4

11
9%
7%
9%

11
8%
6%
8%

Techniques Inc
New York Airways
N Y Fruit Auction

2% N
4%
65c

1
*

A

Merchandise
2%
N Y Trap Rock
Y

10

•

Yorker Mag—-10
2% Nicholson File— —1
6% Nickel Rim Mines Ltd_l
New

—1

Nissen Trampoline
N ixon-Baldwin ; ?^

4%

Murray Co of

13%

14%

89

Chemicals

32%

M V T Industries

Myers

1

2%
n3%

Emporium
ord

(Australia)

5s

4%

1

__62%c

Nalley's Inc

19
2%

23/s

29%

4%

23
15%

25

North & Judd'Mfg-12%
North American

Oil & Gas:
$1.20 conv pfd-

16%

National Bagasse
Products class A_1
Warrants
Nat'l Brewing Co
of Mich
__1
National Cleaning
Contractors Inc
1
Nat'l Cleveland Corp_l
-

—

45
•••

1%
%
2%
14%

North American
Van Lines Inc——*
% North Amer Ve^dint
Mfg Corp —
10c

16 %

North Central
Airlines Inc
20c
"North Central Co—I
North European Oil—1

National Equipment
Rental Ltd "wts"

North Hills Electric_lc
North Star Oil
10c

3

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

1%

80
9

12

8%

7%

40

19

18

19%

65c

73c
8c

—

4%

ii

4S

6%
41

38

19
10%

Supply Co Inc—_10c
National Instrument

%

%

10c

%

%

lc
Co—*

National Musitime
Nat'l Nu-Grape
National Patent

Development Corp_lc
•Without
y

par

Ex-stock dividend.




value,

275

250

110

2%

20c

11%

a

25
1

10c
10c

15

Ohio Leather Co
Ohmart Corp

5

*

6.25

Old Empire Inc_
Oliver Tyrone Corp

10c
10

3%

A
%

%

4%

5%

1%
4%
4%

2%

.

-fs

22

1%
5%

173/4

19 Ya

n5

23

A
49
4

30c

Northwest Engineering

A——*

Northwest Nitro
Chemicals Ltd_—.lc
Northwest Paper Co—5

Plastics_2.50
Production_l

8%

Northwestern

Glass

-5

Northwestern States
Portland Cem't Co_*
Norwalk Company
.1

Called for redemption,

-50c
Panacolor Inc_
20c
Pan Amer Resources 5c
Panoil Co
10c

5

5%

52c

16c

shares

60c

21c

Pantex Mfg Co—

11
15
11

18
13 %
5c

1%
13

9%
1/2
1%

10%

10c

3%

3%

1

55
17%

1

2%

2

Paramount Foam
Industries
Paramount Motors
20
Pargas Inc
20
28% Park Lexington
Parker (A-J) Co

24

26%

5c

Common
___12%c
Papert, Koenig, Lois—
Class A
30c
Para Industries
10c
Paradynamics Inc _lc

24

23
22
18
19

1%
%
6

10%

6%
35%

1

18%

10

175

185

•

2%

•

2
30

31

Parkview Drugs
Paterson Parchment

1

15

16

10

12

12%
5%

1%
1

6%
11 %

7%
36

%

%

20

shares.

4%

1
_1

2%

Onego Corp

Paper Co
Pathe Equip cl

4%

A—75c

Enterprises Cons—

1
Oneida Ltd com
12%
67c preferred
25
Onondaga Pottery
•
GDyx Chemical Corp
•
Orbit Instrument
Ore-Ida Foods Inc

10c
*

4% Orkin

Exterminating-*

3

3%

Supply Co of Del—*

7%

8

1

14%

16

(M F) Dental

5

3% Pauley

%

%

25%

27%

41

26%

34%
%

Ormont Drug &
Chemical Co

23

Fearce Simpson

1%

18%

18

6%

7%

18 %

20%

2%

2%

10c

1%
34%

1%

1%
33%

5000f

1%

-20

nl5%

2.90

-lc

3%
n50c

3.00

2.20

2.40

%

A

%

Corp—5c
Anthracite unitrv

9

13

24
3%

26

10

2% Penn Controls——2/ )
Penn Dairies class A v
Penn Engin'ing Corp
17
'

%

preferred

9%

Penn-Akron
Penn

1%

27%
2%
343A

8%
%

Peerless Tube Co
2
P«ll Pharmaceut's —5c
Pend Oreille Mines
ft Metals Co—
1

35%

1%

%

26

.

6%
1%

6
1

%
%

%

Inc_50c
-1
25c

Brewing—
Pearson Corp
2% Fechiney Co

3

Osborn Mfg Co
_5
35
Osrow Products
10c
% O'Sullivan Rubber—
5 7c

%
%

43

24 %

Petroleum

Paulsboro Chemical
Industries com —1
67c
ser
A pfd—5
Pavelle Corp
10«

Penguin Books Ltd—
Ordinary 4s ——1

Ortronix Inc

82

3%

American shares
1
Patrician Paper Co_10c

1

-

Oregon Metallurgical.l
24% Oregon Portland Cem—
%
Class A common
•
51 % Originala, Inc
10c
4%

2%
8%
17

18%

see page

0vitron

Corp.

Owl Drug Co

10c

%

11%

334

Pennsyl Industrial

40

Chemical Corp:——1
Penobscot Chemical
65c
Fibre Co
———1

4

13

12%

14%

Class A

Co of

common_25c

Oxy-Catalyst

•

Ozon Products
50c
Oz Publishing Corp_20c

26

25

Air Lines——*

Oza rk

Ozite

5

Corp

63/a
18%

3%

Pepsi-Cola
Pepsi-Cola

10%

12

11%

ll3/4

1.10

1.25

%
30c

%
40c

3%

4%

7%
1%

8%

33%

34%

1%
18%
42%
3%
94

General

1

11%

123/8

■—1

6%

73/a

Industries class A_10c
Perfect-Line Mfg
10c

V*

%

%
3 3/4

%
4

2

2%

Inc—-

Bottlers

United

20

3%
22

13%

14%

18

18% Perini Corporation
2% Perlnl Electronics

Inc

Bottlers
Perfect Fit

P <fe C Food Markets_5

a33
6%

4%

7%
9
19%
ts

8

ri%

al%

Wash D C_10c

14%

4

Pepsi-Cola Bottling
A Oxford Chemical—

Va

Industries class B—•

Northwest
Northwest

Pan-Alaska
Fisheries

Pantepec Oil Co—

Olivetti—

116

111

North'n Engin'g Wks_l
Northern Instrument lc

2%

2%
7

12 %

1

Pearl

13/4

National Hospital

Nat'l Licorice com—100
67c preferred
100
Nat'l Mercantile
10c

25

Ohio Crankshaft

Adrs for pref
Olson Brothers
18% one-Hour Valet

17

Northern Chemical

Co class

Laboratories

3
12

.lc

2.50

Corp:

Patterson

2%

18%

11%

Developers Ltd—
73/4
Ordinary
Is
20c
Palomar Mortgage
1

Palace

Inc—

Common
4 7c preferred
Oceanarium Inc

Oklahoma Cement__25c
Okla Miss" River
Products Line Inc_lc
Old Ben Coal Corp—-_5

150

••

1%

1

1

Contracting Corp-lOc
North American
Refractories Co—10

Dehydrating & Mill'g
50

%
Pakco Cos Inc.
20%
Pako Corporation
5%

American

Oil Inc
(Nev)
X
Oil Recovery Corp
lc
Oil Shale Corp_.
,_l5c

20

19

1

Nortex

pfd_.

1%
43/4

Outdoor Developmt_15c

National Alfalfa
Co 5%

10%

•

Parker-Hannifin

2%
9%

2
10

1

7%
10c
21 %

5

12

1%
9%

Nat'l Aeronautical

14%
131%
9%

78

1.66%

Nashua Corp—
Class A

13%
12%
8i/4

Ocean-Spray

Oilgear Co

10c

10c
3

Narda Microwave
Narrow Fabric Co

1
5

Oglebay Norton Co—.1

48
18

Business

Machines Corp

60%

57
11

%
19%
5%

Industries class A

20%

19

Inc—10c

3% Nopco Chemical
4 7c pfd series A_100
4
Noranda Mine* Ltd—*
1
4% Noranda Oil Corp^
Nord

1.25

Nalco Chemical

39%

Pak-Well Paper

Oceanic Instruments lc

Music Fair

Enterprises Inc ?_J50c

Ask

37%

Airlines
•
Pacific Vegetable
11%
Oil Corp
5
Package Machinery
10
32 % Packard Instrument—*

New Medical

PIqcc

30

Drilling &
Exploration Co
Ocean Products

Cranberries

16

15

%

3%

Bid

Par

84
15

%

%

%
%

::

Nielsen (A C)

—2.50

18

*

5%

1

4%

3%

24%
7%

2

Multnomah Kennel
Club class A

%
32

—10

22%
6%

Multi-Amp Electron 10c

11%

Nu-Era Corp__
Nucleonic Corp of
1
America
10c
33%
Nunn Bush Shoe
_2.50
5
1
18% Nytronics Inc

36%

1

4
55c

13%

Stock*—

Pacific Southwest

Patino Mines &

46%

2
2

*

Equipment Corp

Bearings
2
New Hampshire Jockey
29
Club vtc——
*
9% New Haven Board «5c
9%
29%
49% New Jersey Realty

Multnomah Co

•

Eng Laundries—•

Carton

Morton Foods
-.1.50
Morton Mfg Corp
1

Inc

82

45

n42

England Fish-—

New

11%

•

com

Morrison-Knudsen
Morse Shoe Inc

Texas Inc

Mach

Common Class B

Morrison Cafeterias

Consolidated
1% preferred

Britain

Preferred—

Morgan Engineering _1
Morningstar-Paisley _1

Data

Oceanics Inc
Official Films Inc

Meter
preferred

Neptune

8%

Montgomery (H A)—5

_1

common

nuclear Materials &

k

3%

Moog Servocontrols

•

Noclear-Chicago Corp 1
Nuclear

Nekoosa-Edwards

2%

$2.40
Nesbitt

(£1,000)

Mountain

20c

Neiman-Marcus

Marking
Co

Ask

Ocean

Navajo Freight Lines_l
Navigation Computer-*

3%

%

Monmouth Electric 25c
Monmouth Pk Jockey
Club common vtc_lc
Monroe Auto Equi
1
Montecatini Mining &
Chemical Co—

Italy

10c

.

Class A com

Monarch

Monarch

Homes_50c

Nationwide

15% Natpac Inc
25%
% Naturizer Co

3
22

Electric A__*

1
_1

10c
Nat'l Telepik
lc
Nat'l Terminals Corp_5

14%

45c

%

Nat'l Tel-tronlcs

35c

24%

Bid

Palm

27c

Mohawk Electronics 40c
Mohawk Liqueur
1
Mohawk Rubber Co„l
Mohican Corp
__1
Moki Oil & Rare
Metals Co
5c
Molecular Systems
Ic

1

Class B

11
1

10

•

9%
1%

5

Modern Homes Const-*
Modern Materials
-1

Par

Stocks—

Ncxzema Chemical

Publications _
_1
Nat'l Pool Equipment_l
2
« Nat'l Propane Corp—
4%
Common (now listed

18%

Mitron Research &

Moloney

Ask

Bid

Nat'l Periodical

Mississippi Valley
Barge Line Co
Missouri

Par

Stock*—

Ask

Bid

Par

Stock*—

113
40

PEC Israel
Economic Corp
25
P & P-: Industries
20c
P-G Products Mfg—50c
P & H Tube Corp_
.1

Warrants

—

Pabst Brewing Co
*
PaLfic Air Lines—50c
Pac Airmotive Corp..

2%
2%
2%
25c

19%
4%

2%

111

19

20

5

Pacific Gamble

11%

20%
44%
33/«

k Last

sale,

n

Nominal,

r

Pettibone

1%
8%

Canadian

7%

8%

31%

—30c

2%

2%

31 %

32%

Howell &

•

class A

Petroleum Explor
Petrolite Corp
1

Pacific Mercury Elec—
Name changed to
Warwick Electronics
Pacific Nutrient &
Chemical Co
10c
Pacific Outdoor Adv
5

%

32

12%

7%

1%

%

Electronic
Inc—

1%

20%

•

peter Paul Inc
Peterson
Die Co

Peterson,
Heather

Robinson

%

18%

Permanent Filter—__•
Permeator Corp_
10c
Perrine Industries—
20%
Class A common—1
4% Personal Property
2%
Leasing Co
1
50c

Pacific Car & Fdv—20 nl08
Far East Line
-

—1

2%
2%

Pacific

Common

1

n68

10
*

27%
24

Mulliken__20

1.35
52
2%

Pextile Corp of Amer_l
l% Phila Bourse—.—50
10
r>n<ladeiphia Labs -—•

dollar

value,

t New

stock,

x

72
28%

26%
1.50
3%

Ex-d'viaeno

76

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER
29, 1963

Stock*—

Par

Bid

Ask

Stocks—

Philippine Oil Develop't

Producers

Company
lc
Philips Gloeilampen

%c

%

40%

42'A

Assistance Corp
20c
Photo-Marker Corp_50c

25c
2J/a
113/4

1

Photronics Corp
10c
Physio-Chem Corp
lc

13'/4
41/2
23/4

Products Research
2
Professional Golf
50c

10 %

6

Purex

»/2

83/4

6%

Pittsburgh Standard
4
26

43/4
263/4

1%

23/,

"

11

11%

7

71/2

1%

1%

Plastoid Corp

ii
nl%
12 J/2

Plymouth Cordage
25
Plymouth Rubber com 5
Class B_
5

PneumoDynamics

72
7 »/a

7J/2
93/4

1

Inc..50c

Class A

6%

i

1

8%

preferred
Pyroil Co Inc
Pyrometer Co of

100
1

America
New common

8

8%

4%

22 J/a
4.90

Quik-Chek

V

%
85

Portable Elec Tools—1
Porter (H K) Co (Del)
Common
l

30%

100
Potash Co of Amer
5

97

1

32

2.50

13

Precision Apparatus
Precision Automotive

Components

Co

Dynamics

1

29 y2

3/4

iy8

1

3/4

1

Preco Industries
Premier Albums
Premier Corp of

3/8

10Q
7 J/2

32%
28

2

23/4

25c

1%

s/a
2%

10c

7Va

23/4
8y8

Ramcor Inc
1
Ranchers Exploration
& Develop
10c

3/4

Bearings Inc
Rank

1

America

Premier Industrial
Premier Microwave

1
1

President Brand
Gold Mfg "Adrs"
5s
President Steyn Gold
Mining Co Ltd
5c

Prevor-Mayrsohn
Preway Inc:
Prirnex Equities
Class A
Prince Gardner

1%

> 2%
1

41/2

7%
%
Ya'

8y4
%
Ya

%
4%

10c

%
5%

2

2J%

17

18 3%

%

10

9.05

2.50

Industries

—1

2%

5

4'A

2%
4y2

Class A

%

iy8

10c

iy2

l7/s

lc

com

Ray-Dyne

5y2
343/4

7
37 y4

Ravrhem Corn

•

Raymond

Engineering
Laboratory Inc
1

—20c
•

1%

Reardon Co
Red Kap Inc
Redman Mfg &

1

—8

7
16 J/4

1

2%

Engineering

Redman

Industries

l

4 Va

43/i

9J/4
22

10%
24

Reheis Co class
Reher Simmons
Research Inc

10c

A

8%

preferred

100

•Without par value,
•toek

dli '(* »nd




10y*
180 V2
a

11 Va

Jomar

Rek-O-Kut Co Inc
Remco Industries

1%
9

17

2%

"Units"

9%

Remington Corp

6

6J/2

44

5%

5%

5
52 Yt

53J/2

St Paul Ammonia
Products Inc.

'

30c

Saladmaster

351/2"

■

10

3J/4

3%

3%
10%

4%
11 J/4

3J%
40

251%
2%

281/4

•
•

56
25

1

1

73/4
4%

25c

Rochester & Pittsburgh
Coal common
•
5% non-cum pfd.100
Rochester Button Co.l
Rock of Ages Corp.
•

Rockwood & Co com.*
5% series A pfd.100
Rodale Electronics
50c

8y4
8i/2
41
37

J/2
23/,
%

32

34

65

Products

1

Rogers Bros Co

3

Rotating Components lc
U3/4 Rothmoor Corp
40c
37
Roto American Corp.l
Roto Cylinders
10c
Rotron Mfg Co
5c

3/4

11/4

4
2

21/2
16

16

71/2

2%
3%
17 y4

2%
41%
is j/4

31

32

83A

10

7

7%
—

—

10
9%

10*%
10%
4

Associates—
1

common

Sandura Co common_5c
60c conv pfd
7ya

.15

30 Yt

32%

7y4

8%
81/2

53/4
19%

6%
21%

8

26%
10%
36

11%
38

10'/4

113/4-

12 y4

13%
1%

nl%
2 J/4
10 Yt

23%
12

y4

%

4%

51/4

•

43/4

Scherer-Tumico Inc—2
Schield Bantam Co—5
Schjeldahl (G T)
1

nl J/2
a7

51/4
2 J/4

Schenuit Rubber—
Class A common

8%

.—15

39

2.50

8 3/4

25

Schultz Sav-O-Stores .1
Research
Associates Inc
•

391/2

y2

261%
%

%
6ya
4%

7
5 J/8

%

27

273/4

11J/4
6%
iy4

12

1
Scot Lad Foods Inc—1

9 J/4
20 y4

93/4
22

41/4 Scott Aviation Corp 1
2% Scott & Fetzer
5
31/4 Scott, Foresman <Ss Co *
173/4

9%

lOVs

29 ya

25%

30 J/2
27

3'/2

4%

13%

k Last sale,

7ya

3y*
Sanders

33/4 Science

21/2
233/4

Rose Marie Reid
Ross Gear &c Tool

._

1%

2Va
223/4

3

5 was declared
New common
New vtc
;.

90
75

1
10

Industries

9%

Schmieg Industries —1

5

(John) Co

9%

1%

6%
21/2 Schlitz (Joseph)
1%
Brewing
23/4 SchluderbergKurdle
27

%

3
13 J/2

Hi

common

a6
2

25

2ya

50c

Assn

19%
173/4

1%
2y4

6

13

Voting trust ctfs
Reverse split of 1 for

181/2
17

J/8
18J/2

9%

1

Sawhill Tubular Prod.*
Saxton Products
—1
•
373/4 Scam Instrument
Scantlin Electronics 10c
%
Scenic Oils Ltd
•
Schaevitz Engineering
2%
Class A common.lOc
%
Scheib (Earl) Inc—Now listed ASE

10c

25c

San Jacinto Petrol

9
42

Roddy Recreation

Rondout Corp

6%

10c

10c
Savannah Sug Ref_25c
Savin Business
Machines Corp
10c
9%

91/4
3/8
19%

63/8

Air.

8% Sargent & Co43/4 Sav-A-Stop Inc

83/4

•

Helicopters

3% Sanitary Paper Mills—•
Santa Fe Drilling
1

151/4

73/4

Sams (H W) & Co
1
San Fran & Oakland

59
27

Industres class A_10c
Robosonics Inc

2%c
50c

4%
43

*
1

Robbins & Myers
$1.50 partic pfd
Roberts & Porter
Roberts Co (N C);

Corp

311/2 San Juan
Racing

1

12'A

Called for redemption, see page 94.

Manufactur'g Co_50c

St Lou Steel Casting_5c
431/4

10

4%

Coupon shares
St John Del Rey
%
Mining Co Ltd
£1
273/4 St
Johnsbury Trucking 1
St Louis ShipbuildingFederal Barge
1
~7%

%

7

3 y2

—

26

8

%
3/8

1

Class A

2

2%

10

Saint Gobain "ADRS"

n40

River Brand Rice Mills
Now listed ASE

1%
7%

15c
9

9J/2

Sagamore Mfg—

1

1

25c
50c
l

8 3/4

Corp

1.00 Sage International
St Clair Specialty

Plastics—

Rocket Research
•
6% Rockower Bros..
30c
243/4 Rockwell Mfg Co._2.50

Printing Corp of
America
1
Procter & Gamble Co—

13 J/4
12c

%

1%

75c

Tidelands_80c

Ltd ord'y 10s
Ripley Co Inc
—50c
Ripley Industries &

6V4 Roper

35 J/2
li

1%

12 y2
5c

30J/2.

5/2

11

Reece Corp..
Rego Industries

1%

3

rtogers

3'/a

5 J/2

50c
1
10c

87

Engineering Corp_75c
Rocket Power, Inc
1
5%
233/4

Sacol Inc cl A com.lOc

Safticraft

Rocket Jet

Offshore Drilling—

Common
Class A conv

Ya

84

1
9.15 Roberts Lumber
2.50
3 V. Robertson (H H)
1
47/a Robins (A H) Co Inc.l
Robins Industries
10c

1

Corp—
10c
10

1%

Roblin-Seaway

America
Raritan Plastics

Red-O-Lier Corp—
Class A com
10c
Red Rope Stationery
10%
Industries
10c
3%

75

lc
10

$4 pfd series A
Rieke Metal Prod..

Rimrock

16

Safeguard Corp
Safran
Printing

41%

73

Optics

27%

Roberts Consolidated
Industries Inc

Organization

"A" Amer dep rets

Ranney Refriger

33/4

IYa

3

10c

8% Sachar
Properties

33/4

3»/4

60c
8

1

Class A
S. O. S. Photo-Cine-

26

Roadway Express
iya Roanwell
Corp

23/4

45c
6

S & P Nat'l Corp—
Common

8%

7/a

3V3C

5c

113/4

5
*
5

21/4

Rand Development
Randall Graphite

10 J/2

73/4

Rio Tinto-Zinc

Rare Metals Corp of
—

4

5c
25c

33

25c

Tool
Corp
Inns Inc

40 J/4

7%

Riegel Textile Corp—■

Corp

34%

1/2

Precision Instruments-*
Precision Special
10c
Precis Transformer_20c

3%

—1

Frequency

39%

381/2 Salant & Salant cl A.5

Risdon Mfg

2%

2%

1

2%

A

90
26c
38

Common

10c

Industries Inc
Photo
Industries, Inc

12*3

%

1

iy8

Corp—

.

Power Designs
10c
Power Indus Prod—
Class A com
.—10c

23/4

3/4

y8
y8

Plastics Corp cl A—1
Class B
5c
Russell Stover
Candies Inc
1
Rust Craft Greeting
Cards Inc
1

5c

8%

Rich's Inc com
•
33/4% preferred
100
Riddle Airlines
10c
Ridge Tool class A.—•

4%
18V2
11%

2c

deposit rets

Rich Ice Cream Co
*
Richards Aircraft
Supply Co
10c
Richardson Co
12.50
Richmond Cedar
Works
1.25
Richmond Homes
1

3%
16%
11%

Riley-Stoker Corp

35

Ragen Precision

RAP

Potlatch Forests
Powdrell &
Alexander

56
1.90

Rainbow

100

271/2

53
1.80

1

Radio Shack Corp

23/8

63%

preferred

51/4

32y4
2YA

Ram

1%
*

434

23%

*2 J/2
r

%
2%

Electronics

& Photo Corp
1
Quincy Market Cold
Storage & Whse—50
Quinta Corp
5c

Radiation

21/4

Electric Pow "Adrs"..
Rhodes (MH) Inc.—1

%
1%

Q-Line Instrument _lc

—

3

5
5

Porce-Cote Research
& Dev class A
10c
Port Huron Sulphite
& Paper Co
1

A

A

Westphalia

Develop Co Ltd—
English shares
71/2 Rhodesian Anglo-Amer

125

11

23/4

10c
_1

17

Rhine

11J/4

I
_•
—_1

3/4

40%

Amer

Ramada

Popell (L F) Co
Popular Library

A
111/2
1%

Reynolds & Reynolds—
Class A common 10

7

50c
1

Radar Design
Radiant Lamp
Class A

76i/a

1%

com

7%
15 y2

313,4
sya

Pyle National

21/4

2%
3/4

10c

preferred

4Vt%

29%

13%

1%
%

Polymetric Devices.lOc
Polytronics Labs—

11%
iy8

1 i'e

3%

Poly Repro Int'l Ltd_5c
Poly-Seal Corp
10c

35

75

10'/4

—

nA

25c
Resource Ventures
:1
Revere Racing Assn •
Rexach Construction
1

70

*

iy8

9% Russell Reinforced

101/2
11/2
3/8

Resitron Labs Ltd

4

Ask

1

Russell Mills Inc

15c
9

Rhodesia Broken Hill

Radio

Pope & Talbot

Corp Ltd.

.

of America
__lc
Plated Wires & Elec_10c
Playskool Mfg Co____l

J/2

8
n5c
n7

1
*

Bid

10c

Rudd-Melikian
Russell Mfg Co
%
20c

25c
1

Class A

% Rucker & Co

.

5c

Resiflex Laboratory

13/4

6%

•

%

.

%

Par

Royal McBee Corp—
4ya% pfd series
100

22

Supply Co

Resistance Welder
Resisto Chemical

3%

t21

10c

Stocks—

1%
%

of Calif
10
Rese Engineering——_l
Research Specialties
1

Reser's Fine Foods
pl/

33 y2

2% Puritan Fashions—
Purity Stores Ltd

8

i0c

3 Ya
1

9

Publishers Co
^40c
Pueblo SupermarketsClass A common—•

Alegre Sugar—1
Purepac Corp
5c

6

1

Conduit Co
5
Placer Development
*
Plastic Applicators
1
Plastic Wire & Cable «
Ex a 120% stock div
Plasticrete Corp
l

2%
%

Corp .1
Corp. 10c

Ask

1%
J/4

10c

Republic

Punta

n

J/a

Republic Graphics

6%

103/4

Renmar Corp
50c
Renwell Industries
Shares split 2-for-l_
Reon Resistor
lc

Industries

01/

Bid

1

Republic Electronics

r,y

Progress Webster

1%

5

6J/4
7%

Par

Foods Inc

2%

Reflector—

Books

25

1%
5%

dep rets

Inc

10c

preferred—

1%
iy2

ll3/4

%

Pir-O-Wood Indus 10c
Pirelli Co of Italy—

Pocket

Common

Electronics

Stocks—

16 %

1%
a6%
a31

Prom Motor Hotel—
Class A
-•
Prufcoat Labs Inc.
1

2

9 J/2

Pioneer Metals
10c
Pioneer Texas Corp

Plastiline

16

33/4 Pubco Petroleum..—1

1%
3"%

5

—

Progressitron

4
2 J/a

10c

B.

%

12 J/4

Pinnacle Explorat'n 10c
Pioneer Aerodynamics

Class

3
13 Va

Y2

Pickering Lumber..3.75

Amer

50c

15c

Pickwick Internat'l
lc
Pickwick Organiz
10c
Pictorial Product'ns 20c
Piedmont Aviation___l
Pierce >& Stevens
Chemical Corp
2

Systems
Pioneer Astro
Industries Inc

Ask

Renaire

1

6%

Photographic

Pittsburgh

Co

Stubs

Inc

Bid

Oil

Producing Properties

Fabrieken N Y
shares (25 florins)

Photon

Par

Cotton

Scope Inc

71/4
1%

Scott-Mattson Farms
Rowan Controller..2.50
Rowe Furniture Corp.l
Royal Dutch Petrol—
New

York

shs

florins)
Royal Industries
n

Nominal,

r

6

13%

6%
141/4

(33%

1

Canadian

80J%
3%

81%
41/4

dollar value,

inc
1
Scott (O M) & Sons—
Class A common.100
Feott & Williams
5

13 y4

14%

Scripps-Howard
Broadcasting Corp.l

183/4

203^

t New

Stock,

x

10

9%

Ex-dividend,

y

Ex-

December, 1963

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS

77

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963
Stock*—

Bid

Par

Stocks-

Ask

Par

Bid

Ask

Scripto Inc—
Class A common_50c
Scrlvner-Sterens
10

6%
9%

Scruggs-Vandervoort
Barney com
1JS

a

$4.50 pfd series A
•
Seabd Electronics
10c
Seaboard World
Airlines 5 year wts
10 year warrants

Seacrest Industries
Sealed Air Corp
Sealed Power Corp

96 "'
3

2 Vi

2%

lc

%
2%
34 y4

7%
10

Snia Viscosa "adrs"
Snyder Corp
Sollte Products

1

lc

Solitron Devices
5c
Sommers Drug Stores.l
3%
50c conv preferred—5

97

Sonar Radio Corp—10c
2% Sonex Inc
25c
3% Sonoco Products
5

10
1

Searle (O D) & Co
2
Seatrain Lines
4
Sea-Wide Indus
10c

Security-Columbian
Banknote Co.
See's Candy Shops
•
Seiberllng Rubber
5% preferred A
100

iya
2%

Sonoma Quicksilver
Mines

Amer

51
55
25

4%% prior pfd__100
Seismograph Service 1

27%

Sel-Rex Corporation—
Now listed ASE

Selas Corp of Amer
Selmer (H & A) Inc

South Chester Tube
South Shore Oil <b

Development

Southbridge

1

K3/

6
20

1

Seminole Oil & Oas_5c
Seneca Falls Mach
1
Seneca Oil class A.50*
c ervice
Photo
Industries class A_lc

5c

1%
2%

Stand Instru

2.50

10c

41

42%

6c

12c

10c
3

ft Southern Bakeries

.7

6%

conv

Common class A_
1
Seven j Stock Farm
1
721 Corporation
—1

1%
%

1%
1%

19 ya

Seven-Up Bottling Co
(St Louis)
Sexton (John) <Sc Co
Shakespeare Co

1
•

11
26

5

Shaler

•

17%
15%
14 y8

Co_

Shatterproof Glass _50c
Shaw-Barton Inc
2.50
Shell OU Co Of
Canada class A
•

10

Shell

Industries

6.50

lOe

Shepard Niles Crane
& Hoist Corp
Sheraton Corp—

%

5

Sherer Gillett com—1
Class A
•

6.65
%

1%
%
5

8%
11%

Trust certificates
Shieldtron Inc
Shin Mitsubishi
Amer dep rets
Shinn Industries

1

%
100

27
1

84

—

6%

7%

11

11%
14

28%

24

6%

5%
36

38%

1%

1%

12
5

n50

15%

i6y4

65
4y4
8c

65%
5

3

Aircraft

Special Metals
2
Specialty Converters.lc
Specialty Electronics
Developm't (N Y)_4e

5%
3%

U
4%

Farms
Spiral Metal Co
Spotless Co
Sprague Electric

5

Fprague

7

'

4%
11%

—

Engineering.!

8%
20%

1

21%

Sta-Rite Products
2
Staff Business & Data
Aids Inc
10c
Stainless Steel

%

Products Inc
1
Staley (A E) Mfg Co—

%

lc
5c

Sivyer Steel Castings.*
Siostrom Automations
Class A
-10c

65c
8

1

KSr"

Skiatron Electronics

10c
1
2%

12%
9%

Simplicity Mfg Co—
Class A common

1

Spiegel

4

lOe

Ski) Corporation —2
Slater Electric Inc—
Class a
20c
Smilen Food Stores—
Common
1
Units.

Smith Industries
International Inc
•
Smith's Transfer
Corp of Staunton 2.50
Smucker (J M) Co
•

Smyth Mfg Co
5
Snap-on-Tools Corp—1
Without par value,
Ex-sto^k dividend.

2%
25 %

17
1

70c
9

$3.75

•

preferred

—

Stancil-Hoffman Cp—•
Standard As
Poor's—1
Standard & Shell
2%
Homes Corp
25c
26% Standard Aircraft

Equipment Co
50c
2% Standard Beryllium.lc

1%
2%

2%
t24
137

26
"

—

4%

■

4%

3%

2%

11%
34
17

21%

8"%
12
35

.

1

8%

7%

1-fe

11

16

15

92 %

A
3

%
5c

2%

_

2%
8%
2%

-

redemption,

see

%
22%

85

2%

86%
3%

60c

70c

Swiss Chalet common.*
70c 1st preferred Ig

4%

9

16

40%
%

19%
20
11%
7%
%

-ft Symington

Wayne

Warrants
Syracuse Supply
8
Systems Inc.
43% Systron-Donner Coip—
iya

21%
21
12

8%

Now

Szabo
5%

listed ASE
Food Service

conv

9%

1

pfd

10

5%
11

I.

M. E.

6%
12

1%

2%

4%

4%
8%

8

T-Bowl Internat'l _50c
T.

5

10%

A

-?g

1

Freight 2
Taddeo Construction
At Leasing Corp
iuc

23%

25%

%
%
19%

22

5%

6

Tally Corp
Warrants

10c
1

1%

1

Shake Inc
(Delaware)
50c

14

16

Taffet Electronics

Steel Co (Wales)Amer dep rets.
Steel Crest Homes

„•

3%
6%
8%

1

3%

Steep Rock Iron Min_l

3%

Sternco Industries—
Class A
10c
Stetson (JB)
87e preferred
25
Stevens Markets—
1

13%
2%
iy2
%
n4
6

•i/2

*3

7/
/s

9%

1

Tang Industries

64%

10c

Taylor Corporation

7

6%
2.65
7

12%

7
2 85
3

12%

10%
68%

5c

20c

1%
27%

2%
29%

Tanganyika Concess'ns

Amer deposit rets
4% Tappan Company
5
14% Tassette Inc cl A
10c
2% Tasty Baking Co—
1%
Class A"common_50c
it Taylor-Colquitt Co
5

1%
16%

17%

18

20

.3

3%

25c

Taylor Devices
Taylor Instrument

5%
43%

5
5

T*yIor Publishing
Taylor Wine Co

1
2

13%

Tech Laboratories
10c
Tech-Ohm Elecronic 10c
Techbullt Homes
10c
Techmation Corp
lc

2

16

n2%
1%
%

4%
6

44%
%
13%
16%

~1%
1%

Technl Electronics._10c

%
%

1

Technical Animations
Class A
10c
Class B
iOc

%
%

1%
1%

%
14%
2%
U

%
15%
2%

%

35

2%

3%

13%

Lloyds Ltd
5%

Still-Man Mfg Corp—
Class A
75c
Stinnes (Hugo) Corp_5

25c

ini/4 TamP« Inc
iu/2

Taylor International

12

rcts_

Tamar Electronics
Industries Inc

1%

6%

6%
35%

7%
38%

3%

3%

Technical Information
Systems & Service.l
Technical Measure't20c

Technicolor Ltd
Technifoam Corp

5s
.IOc

1

Technograph Printed

Stocker & Yale
•
Stockton Whitley
Davin & Co
4
3%
Stonega Coke & Coal 15
Stowe-Woodward Inc 5
vw Strategic Materials
1
10c
Stratford
10c
3% Stratoflex Corp
Inc
2.50
$5

3

preferred

100

9%
17
7
2%
1%

11%
23%
104

9%
3

%

9y4
y4

7%
A
%

1%
10 ya

1%
10%

10

13

45
a7

46%
7%

25%

27

4%

5%

11%

13 %

88

Straza Industries
1
Strolee of Calif
•
Strouse Inc
5c
Struthers Scientific &
Internat'l cl A
10c
Struthers Wells—
$1.25 preferred
•
Stubnitz Greene Corp.l

Studebaker Corp—
$5 conv pfd
100

Subscription TV
Sullivan County

1

Harness Rac cl A 1
Class B
1
Sulray Inc
10c

Summers (John) &
Sons Ltd "Adrs"
Summit Industries
Sun

Drug Co
_1
Sunbury Milk Prods 5

Sunset Color Labs
Sunset House

lc

Distributing Corp

1

Sunshine Consol
25c
Sunshine Park Racing
50c
Assn
5c
19%

40c

2
105

2%

62

X23%
1

19%

115
64
25 %

1%
20%

24% Tele-Film Electronics
106

Engineering Corp.lOc

Telecomputing Corp

4%
1%
5%

nlOc
2

1

Telecredit Inc
7%
Teledyne Inc com
4%
SI series A pfd
2% Teleflex Ltd

12c
2%
5%

6%

7"

17%
6%

lc
1
1
*

Telescript-CSP

lc

18% Telex Inc
7%

l

Temperature
Engineering Corp_25c

Templet Industries_25c
Tenax Inc
10c
190
200
Tenney Corp class A 1
12
12% Tensor
Electric
Development Co lbc
2%
2%
50c
%

4%
1

Electronics

Teco Inc (111)
lo
l
10 % Tecumseh Products
Tejon Ranch (Calif) 1
19
Tekoll Corp
.1
7%
*
2% Tektronix Inc
1%
13 %

3%
2%
46
n20c

16
80c

1%

55c
1

Terminal Transport
•
Terre Haute Malleable

and Mfg Co
Terryphone Corp

5
5c
4% Terry Steam Turbine_5

16%
90 c

1%

26
26

11%

12

2

6%

2%
7%

%
%
1%
2%
%C 1%C

A
3

11%

5%
2%

•?*
3%

11%
6

2%

32
90C

34
1.10

50c

22%

1

4%

22%
4%

4% Tesco Stores "adrs"
2%
48
35c

4%
24
25

Tex-Star Oil & Gas

Corp
Tex-Tube Inc com
6% conv pfd
Texaco Canada Ltd
Texam Oil Corp

10

n8

51%
2%

10c

Texas Amer OU

50%
1%
3%

4%

a%

1

18%

%
19%

*

1

15c

2%

3ya

1%

2%

4%

5%

Super Food 8ery Inc.lc
Super Market

7

7%

Distributors Inc.
rl
Super Mold Corp
5
Super Valu Stores
1%

3%
17%
26%

4%

Superior Cable Corp

1

Texas Butadiene &

9%

19%

27

Chemical Corp
Stamped
Texas Industries

9%
Texas Tenn Industries

Thatcher Co_
10
Standard Fruit <fe SS
Common
2.50

for

1%
%

7%
125
2

21%

n

bs

6%
A
%
8%

35c
19

6%
100

Swank Inc
1
Swedish Ball Bearing—
Clasg B
4
23 y4 Swift Homes Inc
•

_

%

•
50c
5

4
4

■As

_.

Stewarts &
Amer dep

•

4% Suval Industries
Swan Finch Oil

Standard-Coosa-

18%
$3 partic pref
•
22% Standard GUsonite.lOo

s Called

Ltd
Steak

Ask

%

10c

18%
2%

Standard Commercial
Tobacco Co.

8

1
1
1

Star Tank & Boat
State Exploration
statmaster Corp

Class A common

t23
17

1%

2%

Star Market Co

Stern <& S tern Textiles 1

18

■hs

Spencer Gifts Inc—25c

%

17%
5%

8%

6%

10

5

8% Sterling Precision
5% conv A pfd
5
5% conv C pfd___10
1
17%
19%
1
6% Sterling Seal Co
Sterling Sugars
•

%

Packaging Inc

Sutter Basin Corp

-

10c
10

Bid

37% Swimming Pool Devel_l

34

le

66%c
Sterling Electronics 5f>c
Sterling Extruder
10c
Sterling Oil of Okla 10c

—

17

1

Inc class A com

n5%

6%

27%

Spector Freight System

oia

Simplex Lock Corp
1
Simplex Paper
1
Simplex Wire & Cable •




Spartan

2%

8%

Simmonds Precision
Products Inc
1
Simon (wm) Brewery. 1
Simon Hardware
•

v

*

10c

Standard-Toch
Industries

Stein Hall & Co

Corp_50c

10c

Discount
Centers Inc
Siltronlcs Inc

12c

Silo

•

_•

Spectron class A
10c
Speedee Mart Inc
Speed-Way Food Sts.le
Spellman Engineerg.lOc

5c
1

20

Strawb'ge & Clothier_5

38%
noaz,
78

Standard Screw Co

Warrants
Steel Improvement
8c Forge Cc

13

3%

Sovereign Resources_4c

Spandex Corp

21%

Par

2% Susan Crane

Steadman Industries

—

7%

1

Slghtmaster Corp
Sigma instruments

Television

Industries

preferred

1

Stanley Industries
Stanley Works

Southwest Forest

Spaceonics Inc

o
2

35%

1

Commerc'1.1

Developm't

35%

.

Amer deposits rets
Sierra Electric Corp—1

&

New common

Space Age Materials 10c
Space Research and

Siemens & Halske

Simulatics Corp
Sioux Oil Co

Southland Racing—50c
Southland Texas Corp

--

24%
1%

5
•

ya

(Henry I)—
A

Southland Paper Mills •

S5 1st

24
10c

Shulton Inc—
Class A common
50c
Class B common—50c
Shwayder Bros
1

Class

Southern Spring Bed.*
Southern States Oil_lc
Southern United
1
Southland Corp—
New common

Realty &
Development Co
20c
Southwestern Drug —1

y4

Shippers Warehouse 100
Shop Rite Foods
Shore-Calnevar

Southern Diversified
Industries Inc —10c
Southern Industries—•
Southern Nitrogen
10c
Southern Pipe Line
1

10

3%
3%

Common non-vot

13

Southwest

Sherry-Netherlands

1
—1

Stange (Wm J) Co
1
9% Stanley Home Prod—

8

Southwest Airmotive—1

%
%
3%
36%

warrants

15%

25

Southern Chemical
Cotton Co

21% Southport

19

warrants

16%
15y4

10%

i5y8

Transp <fc Tr—
Ordinary registered-

12
28
19

pfd

voting.

4%

4

Propane

Southern Airways

Sessions Clock Co-

Class A n-v

3%
2

10c

1% Southeastern
2%
Gas Co

4%

Standard Milling—
Class B

—■

Plastic

Southdown Inc

cl A—20c

Magnesium
& Chemical Co
10c

Standard Register

7%
■

1%

Stocks—

Standard

%
15%

7
7
3

Ask

iy4

7

167

10c

S'eastern Gen'l—,

22

2ya

Southern Calif Petrolm

Siegel

Bid

9

8%
6%
%
14%

13%

dep rets

Products class A.—1

$10
$25

Par

Standard-Thompson—
5%% conv pfd.12.50

Inc
10c
Sonora Electromatics—
35
Class A common—lc
8%
9%
Sony Corporation
146 %. 148
Amer deposit shares.
3 y«
37/s
5
%
% Sorg Paper Co com
5%% preferred
100
Soroban Engineering—
Class A common
1
6ya
6% SoundScriber
Corp
4
13 %
14 y4
Source Perrier—

i

Sea Pak Corp

Shenk

Stocks—

Standard Industrles_75c

page

20

19

11%
68
14c

94.

Superior Electric

1
Superior Industries.lOc
13
Superior MauufaCg &
73%
Instrument Corp
50c
18c
Superpak Vending
•

k Last sale,

n Nominal,

r

10

1%

11%
2%

Class A common_20c
Texlze

4%
4%

Canadian

value,

t New

6%

stock,

1

4%

"5%

lc
le

Chemicals

4% Texo Oil Corp
5% Texota OU Co

dollar

6

Warrants
5c

6%c
4%

4%

x Ex-dividend,

)

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS

78

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963
Stocks—

Par

Textiles Inc
1
Thalhimer Bros com_5
3.65% preferred
100
Therm-Air Mfg Co_10c
Thermal & Electronic*

Ask

18% Triumph Storecrafters 1
12% Tropical Gas Co
lc
True Taste Corp
*
~2% T'runz Inc

12
77

1%

Engineering Corp

1

2

Co

Thermogas

2%
31

2%
12%

1*6
8% Tube Investments—
Amer dep repts.-

3% Tuboscope Co
2
32
"21" Brands Inc
1
2% Twin Disc Clutch
♦
13% Tyson Metal Products

Thompson (HI)

22'A
19%

•

5Va

50c

fa

1

14%

Fiber Glass Co
Thrift Courts of
America

Thrift Drug of Pa

Thrifty Drug Stores—•
Thrlftway Foods
2
Thurow Electronics—
Class A com
2.50

12

"acirs"

—

Tidewater Lumber—lOe
Tidewater Marine

1

Inc

Service

21% Ultra Dynamics —10«'
Ultra Electric Holdings
5%
"ADRS"
Ultra Plastics cl A—5c
136 Ultramar Ltd—
15%
Ordinary regis
Amer deposit rets—

21%
%

14%

10

11

Co
•
Tlnsley Labs Inc_16%0
Tintlc Stand Mining—1

33

12%
35%

%
2%

1
3
•

Class A common
Tobin Packing Co
Tokhelm Corp

Tokyo Shibaura
Electric Co Ltd
Amer Deposit rets.
Toledo Scale Corp
1
Tonka Toys Inc 66%c

3%
6%

3%
7%

%
97/s

11

11%

United Bowling
Centers Inc

25%
22

1

-56c

Oil, Inc

Engineering Corp

1

Controls
lc
Torrlngton Mfg Co 6.25
Torque

Tower Commtinicaf n_*
Towle Mfg Co
•
Towmotor Corp
1
Town Enterprises—50c
Towne Mines com—20c

$1.75 prior pfd
5
Trade Winds Co—
1
Traid Corp (Calif)—1
Traileurop Inc
10c

3%
sy4

%
i

%
35

1%
53
26

%
6%
21

3%
5

15%

5%

15c
47/8

lc

3c

%

1

16%

4
10c

12c

6%

6%

80c

70c

6%
5%

Co 5

7%

19%

19%

United Piece Dye
10c

7%

8%

75

Works com
$4.25 preferred
United Research

74
4%

76
5%

2

2%
2%
%

3%

Trans-Sonics Inc
1
Trans-United Indus¬
tries Inc
1
Transcon Lines
2.80

3

3%

Laboratories, Inc lc
United Screw & Bolt

%

%
Class B
•
30% United Sheet Metal—•
US

Trans-Mountain Oil

Pipe Line Co
•
Transcontlnent TVClass B
2.50
Transcontinental Bus
System Inc—
1
Transcontinent'l Oil 280
''

|

-

•

.

12%

13%

20%

19

>.

-le
Transistor Electron_20e
Transistor Special—lOe

16%
4%

16
4

Transitube

%
%

Electronics
10c
Transnation Realty 10c
Transogram Co Inc

1

4

Transport Motor
Express Inc _.

1

9%

Treesdale Lab <& Tex'le
Processing
50c
Trenton Foods
50o
Tresco Inc
*.
10c
Iri-Metal Worfcs__6%c

1%
10%
4%

5%
19

pfd

1
10c

Triangle Instrument_lc
Trico

Products

•

15c

%
2%
5c
86

13 L

•

2%
15

13%

11%
6%

25c

15%
1%

7
3

1%
7%
3%

2
8

3

3%

3%

1%

13

14

5

26

27

•

6%
20

3

%c

10c

5%

5%

10c

3%

41/8

Chemicals Inc
50c
S Radium Corp
2
s Servateria Corp_l
S Sonlcs Corp
•
S Sugar Corp
1

U S Time "units"
o
S Truck Lines of

14

15

8

9

7%
%

8%
%

55%

59%

58

63

1

19%

21%

1%

United Steel (England)
American dep rets

3%

2%

United Technical

%
25c

15c
91%

Delaware

-

Industries

1

4
•

1

Dusen

Van Sciver

v

•Without par value.
Kx-ateek dividend.




*

4

Universal

8%

Processing Corp
Universal Drilling
Class jA com

4

55c

100

70

5

Called for redemption,

see

2%

1

1%

page

94.

20%

25

27%

2.50

Common

100

11%

9%
C31V4

12%
10

33%

%

%
23

18

1

17%

50

44

1

2y8

8

2% Waste King common
i/„

iW
17%

6%

7%

13%
Va

2%

15%
y4
5%
2>/4
3y8

4%

5y4

sy8
1%

4% Watson-Wilson

4

11%

12%

Transportation
class

System

A

37%

Vanity Fair Mills
Vapor Corp

74
30

1

40%
Waverly Oil Works
77%

10c
•

Vassar Corp
10c
Vector Mfg Co
•
Veeder Root Inc
12%
Vermillion Bay Land_l
Vernitron Corp
10c

Vernors Ginger Ale

•

Va
%
a4y4
45 Va
17 y4
5%

~6%

6

6%

A-

Warrants
Vibration Mountings
and Controls
10c

Viclad Industries
25c
Victor Products
1
Victoria Investment
1

Va

%

nfa

A

1%

1

Victory Markets

2

2%

14%
19%

5

5%
26

1

%

1

Virginia Chemicals
& Smelting Co
•
Virginia Coal & IronNew $25 par split

9%

$6

preferred

6%

1

Class A

Vitamix
Pharmaceuticals Inc 1
Vltramon Inc—.—10c
Vitro Corp of Am—50c
Vocaline Co of Am_1.50

Vogue Instrument

lc
Volkswagenwerk (AG)
Amer deposit rets
Volt Technical Corp—
Class A
50c
Voss Oil cl A com_.—•
Class B com
•
Vulcan Corp
Common
50c
S3 prior pfd
•
S4.50
preferred
*
Vulcan Mould & Iron_l

7%

60c

Products Inc
10c
Welded Tube Co
of America class A_1

70c

7%

3%

3%

Industries Inc
_1
2%
17% Wellington
Electronics
75c
21%
Wells Gardner Elecs
1
Wells Industries
50c

8

3

5c

4

6%

7%
25%
30c

2.50
25c

5% Welsbach Corp
28
Welsh Panel Co
% Wen Products

24
20c

13%
2%

14%
3ya

1
1

10%

10%
1%
3%

Trans'tion

Wespak Inc

9

1%

10c

3

1

52% Weat Driefontein Gold
West Point Mfg

10

West Va

85

10 y4

WeJ-it Expansion

13

—

,

22%

32c

40c

4

5

14

21%

Mining Co Ltd "adrs"
Virginia Skyline com_l

%
4%

3%

Weissberg (H R) Corp

West Coast Airlines

50%

4%
1%

%
3%

fa Wellco Ro-Search

13 Va

16%

4%
%

Inc :
25c
Welnschel Eng'nerlng_i
Weiss Bros Stores
Class A
1

Werner

11%

~6%

14%
3

Weatherford (R V)
•
Webb (Del E) Corp
%
Warrants
7%
Webb Resources
10c
iy4
5%
46% Weinkles Liquor Stores

7

Versapak Film Sc Pack
Machinery
5c

10
6

1
Wayne-George Corp —•
Wayne Mfg Co
1

32

—

1

86

5
1

18%
—

6% C conv pfd—17%
Waterman (L E) Pen_*
Water Treatment
10c
Waters Mfg Co
1
Watsco Inc
1

80

4y4
305

Production Co

10c preferred

1

16

"1%

1%
Westbrook

6%

4%
8

1%
%
75

285
23

2%

5c

15c

lc

3c

6%

"1955 series"

13%

32

30

24

12%

Western Natural Gas_l
5*
conv
preferred
"1952 series"
30
5*
conv
preferred

77

2%

Thompson

7%
Hold'g Corp
07264
•
4% Western Electric Co
8% Western Holdings Ltd
Amer deposit rets
1%
%

34

35

32

A

Western oil Flelds__l%
Western Publishing
1

2oy8

21%

Western Tablet &
Stationery 5%

61
71

6%

7%

2%

2%

100

Preferred

100

Westgate Calif Corp—
Magnetics_50c

Common
1% preferred
Walnwright Stores
Wakefield Corp
5% preferred
2%

k Last

96

•

Assn

(J B)

•

sale,

n

Nominal,

9%
%

%

fa

100
10c

11
1

5

preferred

r

22

Canadian

Westron

56%
9%

38

39 Vz
17%
25

value,

t New

16%
23%
33%

1

Corp

1

Inc

Weyerhaeuser Co

dollar

10%

54%
9%

6%
preferred
Westmoreland Coal—20
Wetterau Foods

25

9%

70
10

Class A—

5%

_

•

3%
12
5
2

Washington Trotting

Aircraft

Wagner Baking—

Data

9%

19%

Washington Mills
25
Washington Steel Corp

5% class A
100
Van Waters & Rogers_l

Wabash

3%% conv pfd
3%
7%
3%
35c

3

110%
4%
1%

1

4.80* conv pfd

%

United Whelan Corp

Trinidad Petroleum
Develop Ltd ord
£1
Trinity Steel
1
Trlon Inc
50c
Trio-Tech, Inc
10c

Inc

3%

92

Valley Gas Prod Inc

100
Vista Industries
lc
3%
Visual Art Industries lc
2c

•

1% U
10% >J
5% B
U

Co

27%

3%
8

,

iy4
9

4 y8
12 y4

4 for 1__

10c

6

25%

6% Warren
Brothers
10
20% Warren
(S D) Co—
16ya
$4.50 pfd
•
2y8 Warshow
(H) <fc Sons
Class A
1
1%
Warwick Electronics 50c
9%
Washburn Wire
12.50
2

6

19%

3%
11%

Dev—

Chemical (Del)
S Plastics Inc

Walter (Jim; Corp—
Commo"
_16%c
Walter ReadeSterling Inc
25c
Waltham Watch Co 2.50

Washington Engi¬
neering Serv Co

3% Viking Pump Co
17% Vlnco Corporation—

2
&

5%

18% Warlick Press Inc
25c
15% Warner Electric Brake
& Clutch Co
1

18
14%

Forge

1% Viking Freight—
Class A com
11%

US Plastic and

10

%

.

—

1%
10%

.3/2 U S Photo Supply—10c

A

warrants
Travelers Express-.--1
Travelodge Corp
25c

conv

Corp—_1

(Florida)
U S Polymeric

purchase

40c

10

1%

•J

U S Leasing Corp
1
U S Lumber Co
1
U S Magnet & Alloy 10c
U
S
Markets
25c

4/4

Transportation Corp

Trl-Point Indus

preferred

U S Homes
Class A

U
of America—
2nd series class

30
25

Warrants

30c

16

10c

1%

10c

Dielectric

36% U S Finance

%

I'ransdyne Corp

10c

U S Envelope com—10
7%

34
20c

Corp

Brass

U S Crown Corp
US

i'

•

•

13%
7%

6

Weldotron Corp

Class A
28 %'

1

9%

12%

1% Ward Industries com_l
$1.25 preferred
25

1%

United Scientific

1

5
10

Concrete

Varlfab Inc
6% Varo, Inc

6
8C

Service Co
10c
United Gold Mines_10c
United Industrial

United Nuclear Corp—1

4%
9%

CO vM

3y8

-.7%
4%
5%

10

Common
$5.50 prior

%
1% United Electro-

25

50c

Supplies Inc
6% Vangas Inc

%

United Milk Prod

Valley

Van

1

Corp common
1
Warrants
Conv pfd ser A—8%

2%
68

%

United Discount

2%

55

18

oy4

2

Wards

Univis Inc

12% Valtronic
10c
Vamco Corp
10c
25c
Van Camp Sea Food
1

20c

6

55
27
1%

1

pfd
Corp

11%

4%

Trak Electronics
1
Trans Air Systems—10c
Trans-Aire Electro_10c

.

/s

15
15

4%

23

Walnut Grove
Products class A
Warrants

Valley Metallurgical
Processing Co
*
Galley Mould & Iron—

2

2%

1

Dynamics Inc
United Exposition

1%

13%

Products class A

United Control Corp—T
United Cuban Oil—16c

&

10

Vacu-Dry Co

20%

19%

5c

1
37

pfd

conv

8
Vacuum Electronics—1
30 Vz vahlslng Inc ___-_
10c

18

22% United-Buckington

%
21

6 <7r<

VSI Corporation

20

7%
28%

Freight Lines A
1
Components_10c

Tool Research and

—

2

Co
1
Utah Const & Minlng_2

1

26

7

17%

Leasing
Wallace Business
Forms Inc

10% Utah Concrete Pipe

13%
13%

25%
25%

10
2y8 Wallace (Wm) Corp 50c

48c

66

Distributg com_50c

Upson Co

United Air Lines
wts
wts

1%

40c

n

Waldorf Auto

1

1

2%

%

19

1

1% Universal Surgical
15c
Supply Inc

5c

United

Topsy's Intern d A_10e
Torch Rubber
—10c
Toreador Royalty-62Vfco
Tor Education
10c
Toro Mfg Corp
1

34

1%

50c

ufacturing Co

:_10c

18 y4

10c

Corp of Amer

United Artists
Theatre Circuit
United Australian

6%
23%
23%

f ibre Glass
Universal Pictures

22 %

Carbide

Union Miniere
du Haut Katango—•
Union Spring & Man¬

%
13%

fa

Universal Publishing &

19%

Australia Ltd
£A1
Union Elect Steel_2.80
Union Mlg Co
25

1966
1968

Tip Top Products

314
lO

Vacuum

Union

13%

Ask

A
12%

Walston Aviation

Universal Marlon—
4% % preferred _100

Units

10

Par

■Vakefield Engineer'g_»
Waldbaum Inc
1

Universal Mouldec

1

89

Times-Mirror

29

•

Vending
Service Inc
Unilever Liu
22 %
Amer dep rets

lc

Stocks—

Bid

Ask

Bid

4%

4%

10c

2%

37

Timely Clothes—

gi/2
16 %

9
al6

21%
%

Inc

Par

Universal Electronics
Laboratories
10c
Universal Foods Corp_l
Universal Foods Prods
Inc
lc
Universal Lighting
Products Inc

2.50

Uarco

87%

1

Inc

Time

4%

3%

Tyson's Foods Inc—2
22%

35

•

Tiffany & Co

1%

32%

Uneeda

Va

2

Thyssen (August)
Huette

15%
1%

9%

3514 Ultrasonic Indus
13% Underwood Corp

33

3%
16 Vz

2%

:

Stocks—

Ask

3%

—1

Inc

Thomas Industries
1
Tbomasville Furniture
Industries Inc
§

Bid

Electronics_25c

Trygon

Industries Inc
10c
1 hernial Power Co
1
Thermal Research <Ss

Therm-O-Disc Inc
1
Thermoplastics Corp_l

Par

Stocks—

Bid

17%

7%

stock,

x

35%

Ex-dividend

79

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS

December, 1963

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963

Wham-O-Mfg Co

n

-■

14

Willner's

White Shield Corp—luc
Whitehall Cement

12%

11%

Manufacturing Co_10

15%
14%
4
50
60

•

3

Majestic
Corp—4
Wiley (John) <& Sons_l
Will & Baumer Candle •

16%
i6 %

%
17%

%

Electronics

__

Willcox & Gibbs

•Without

5%

4%

1

par

14%

15%

3%

2%
11

1%
1%
6%

Wyle Laboratories
Wyman-Gordon

1%

value,

a

•

•
1

10

1% Xtra Inc com
$1.40 conv pfd
10%

21

23

Yankee

5c

27

26%

1

%
2%

iy2

1%
6%
17%
50
22%

7%
18%
54ys
24%
18%

18

7%

3%

Yardney Electric
7% Yellow Cab Co of
4%
Philadelphia

k Last

sale,

n

Nominal,

%
3

3
r

12

2%

Youngwood

24

23

Electronic

Metals Inc
*
Younker Bros
Youthcraft Creations:—
Class A common
1
Yuba Consol Indus
1

%

1

5%

6

44

.

ih

16

1

7%

21%
1%

1%

2%
3%

2

2%

60

55
all
6

Mercantile Inst
50
Zonolite Co
——1
,13% Zurn Industries
1
2%

Canadian dollar value,

13

12%
6%
20

1
f.T Zayre Corporation
22 y2 Zeigler Coal & Coke_10
32% Zenith Laboraiories_10c
% Zep Aero—
—
1
Zero Mfg Co
i— 1
31/4
41/4 Zion's Co-Operative

21%
31%

25c

18%

Zausner Foods—
Class A common

82

3%
2%

17%
10
1%

8%

79

2

Freight Lines Inc__ 1

Par

15% Youngstown Research
& Development Co-1
%
3%

15

1C

Inc_.

32%

31%
6%

25

Plastics-

Yard-Man

94.

86
2c

lc

Ask

Stocks—
Yellow Transit

%

%
82

Yardley <fe Co Ltd
Ordinary A Regis

1

Called for redemption, see page

Ask

lc

Bid

York Hoover Corp
:i0
York Research cl A___l

Bid

6%

X-Ray Monitoring—10c

Tanning Co
—2.50
Wometco Enterprises—
Class A common
1
Wood Conversion
5

Wood-Mosaic Corp

*>ar

Wyandotte Chemicals_l
Wyatt Industries
20
Wyckoff Steel Co—.—10

12
2

Wolverine Shoe &

Wilcox-Gay

y

*

Service Equip
10c
24% Wolverine Aluminum_l
5% Wolverine Brass
10

'4%

Wiegand (Edwin L)_5

Sewing Machine

2%

27

25 %
23

Wilbur Chocolate
Wilcox Electric

2%

Wolf (The) Corp cl A_1
Wolf (Howard/B) Inc_l
Wollard Aircraft

__

28

10c

Class A
Winchell Donut

iya Wings & Wheels
Express Inc
lc
17% Winkelman Bros
15%
Apparel Inc cl A___3
4% Winston-Muss Corp—•

i

17%
%

27

;4"J.

Woodland El'tronics 10c
Woodman Co
10c
Woodward Governor—1
Woodward Oil
5c
World Color Press-—-1
Worldmark Press—10c
World Toy House_33%C
World Wide Helicopters
Ltd Am -dep rets—£1:
Wrather Corp
•
Wurlitzer Co_—10

12

%

-

Stocks—

Ask

10
16

Liquors—10c

House, Inc

Whitehall Electrncs 10c
Whitin Machine
Work»
12.50
Whiting Corp—_
5
Wlatt (Norman) Co—1
Wichita Union
St'kyards com
100
4%
preferred
100

Bid

1.25
5% Will Ross Inc.
Win-Chek Industries

4%

class A—_25c

(Cal)

Par

Stocks—

2% Williams (R C) & Co
5%%> preferred—25
1
15 "■ Williams & Co (Pa)__l

1%

50c

Wheaton Industries 10c
Whitaiter Cable
1
White Lighting Co

Ask

Bid

Par

Stocks^—

~6%

x Ex-dividend

t New stock,

Ex-stock dividend.

INSURANCE STOCKS
NOVEMBER 29, 1963

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF

Par

30c

Academy Life Ins (Colo)
Aetna Casualty & Surety Co
Aetna Life Insurance Co

Bid

a2%

3.50
5

10

Agricultural Insurance Co

93.9% of stock now held by
Channing Financial Corp
All American Life & Casualty
Allied Security Ins Co (S C)
American Annuity Life Ins:

:—1

1
3.20

American Bankers Life Assurance
Co of Fla class A
American Capitol Ins (Texas)

1
•
Amer Equitable Assurance Co—2.50
American Fidelity Life Ins Co
1
Amer Foundation Life Ins (Ark)—
QlasS A "
"
—-^
1

1.

-

American Founders Life (Austin )_•
American Genl Insur Co Tex—1.50
American Heritage Life Ins Co—
(Jacksonville Fla)
1
American Home Assurance com_2.50
$4.64 prior preferred
.
15
Amer

Hospital & Life Ins Co—

^

American Illinois Life Ins
25c
American Income Life Ins (Ind)—1
American Indemnity Co (Galv)—10
Amer Independent Reinsurance Co_l

American Life Companies Inc
American Life Ins (Ala)
American Mercury (Wash D C)
American Motorist Ins (Chic)

1
1
1
3

American National Ins (Galv)
1
American Pioneer Life Ins
2
American Re-insurance (N Y)
5
American Surety Co (N Y)
6.25
Amicable Life (Waco Texas)
10
Animal Insurance Co of Amer
2
Appalachian National Life Ins
1
Argonaut Insurance (Cal)
1
Avemco Corp—
___10c
—

.

115

Ask

2%
122%

165% 171
35
37

22%
11
6

32
3

a29%
22

22%
11 y4
6%

—

17%
2y8
12%

6%

6%

17%
4%
66%
24
168
10

5%
12%

1%

Citadel Life Ins (N Y)
10
Citizens Casualty Co of New York—
Class A common
2
Citizens Life Insurance Co of NY_2
Ex 12%% stock divivdvend
Civil Service Employees
Coastal States Life Insurance
Colorado Insurance Service
Combined Ins Co of America

35%
3

23 y4

18%
5
70
26
12

5%
13%
1%

2

60

63

Security Life Insurance
Society (N Y)

1

Bankers & shippers
10
Bankers Union Life Ins (Colo)—
Class A
:
10
Banlife Corp ---.£—
——
10c
Beneficial National Life Ins (NY)_I
Beneficial Standard Life (L A)—
Class A
1
Boston Insurance Co
5
Business Men's Assurance
—

—

Co of America™

4

Calif Western States Life Ins
2.50
Cherokee Insurance Co (Tenn)
5
Chicago National Life Ins ;
1
•No

dividend.

par

value,

a

Called for

53%
55%
188
49

11%

57 %

59%
195
51

12

•
1

5

Life Ins
Ins (Ind)

25

15%
35%
29%
29 %

1-ft33
90

33%
35%
163% 170

_5

1

(Wilmington Del)

8

8%

10

90

95

5

.

Continental Assurance Co
Continental Casualty Co
Craftsman Life Insurance
(Boston)
Criterion Insurance (D C>
Crum & Forster

134

141

79%

2
5

—10
Dallas Title & Guaranty
Denver National Life lns_.
—25c
-1.25
Eagle Fire (Newark)
Eastern Life Ins Co N Y
Educators Ins of Amer (Cal) ITio
10
Employers Casualty (Dallas)_.
Employer's Group Associates
Employers Nat Life Insur Co_.

(N Y)

Excelsior

—

52 %

2%
3%
26
15
50
90
74

—5
—6

84%
9%

Farmers New World Life
lo
Farmers Underwriters Assn (LA)_1
Federal Insurance Co (NJL
-4
Fidelity Bankers Life Insurance
1
Fidelity & Deposit Co of Md
—5

525
72

Fidelity Union Life (Dallas)
Financial Corp of Amer (Calif)

730

(Washington D C)

70%
17 %
77

10
l

16%
29%

20

2%
3%
28

18%
92

87%

10%

74
19%
81%
775

17%
__

1.25

35

37%

2.25

13%

14

First National Life Ins (Ariz)
First Pyramid Life Insurance
Co of America
First Surety Corp
First United Life Ins (Ind)
Franklin Life Insurance

1

5

8

5%

330
355
17 Ya
17%

1
1

6%.

2

59%

60%

40%
76

43

43%

Georgia International
Life Insurance Co
Germantown Fire

19%

21

13

14%

75

redemption,

SPkiMtoku tsiiak&elb

see

45c

4%

10

240

2.50
30
Gibraltar Life Ins Co of America
(Dallas)
•

page

94.

k Last sale,

n Nominal,

21%

5
250

21%

175

18

G01

5
2

52%
35%

40 %

4

j

Insur,
.'hfe

81

83

67%
58%

71%
61 %

98
29
37

31

1.50.

Commonwealth Life Ins
National Life (Dallas)
Northern Life Ins (Ind)
Plains Life Ins of Wyo
Great Southern Life (Houston)

Great
Great
Great
Great

*

2
1
1
10

—

14%

15%
%

%

53

8%

9%
57%

56%

59%

49

51

47%

48%

11

12%
66%

63%
141

149

64%

12%

27

-

Independence Life Insurance Co of
America (Calif)
1.50

67%

12%

5

Inland Life Ins (Chicago)
Insurance Co of Oregon
Intercoast Co Inc

12%

1%
173
184

Hamilton Life Ins Co of N Y
Hanover Insurance Co
10
Harbor Insurance Co
5
Hartford Fire Insurance
5
Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection
& Insurance Co
10

-50c

42%

11%

Greatamerica Corp
3
Guaranty National Ins (Colo)
50c
Guaranty Savings Life Ins
(Mobile)
1
Gulf Insurance (Dallas)
5
Gulf Life Insurance Co—
-2.50
(Jacksonville Fla)

Illinois Mid-Continent Life
Insurance-

__

28%
7%
11%

50c

7

2.50
10

11
13

International Fidelity (Dallas)
*
International Life Insurance Co of

14%
3%

2%

2

25%
23%

Jefferson National Life Insurance_l
Jefferson Standard Life
(Greensboro NC)
5
Jersey Insurance Co
10

16%

5%

Interstate Life & Accident Ins
(Tenn)
_1
Investors Security Life Insurance
(Illinois)
17 %c

27

15%

Casualty (Chic)_5

5%

25%

39%

41

112% 116%
33% 37%

Kansas City Life Ins
_100
Kennesaw Life & Accident (Ga)
1

3,275

3,325

8%

9%

Kentucky Central Life Ins Co—
1

16

17%

Lamar Life Insur (Jackson MIss)_2
Lawyers Title Insurance Corp
(Richmond Va)
5

61

63

29%
34%
73

37 %
74

t35
33%

35%

Class A

7%

26%
General Life Ins Corp of Wis
General Reinsurance-

Ask

(N Y)
5
Great Amer Reserve Ins (Dallas )_3

Buffalo
Interstate Fire &
74

Bid

Par

Stocks—

Glens Falls Insurance
(Glens Falls N Y)
Government Employees
Government Employees
Government Employees
Insurance
Great American Ins Co

Home (New York)

24

.

Employers Reinsurance Corp

16
60

51%

10

82%

13
57

5

(Springfield 111)38

28%
1 J?«
32%
85

67

(Louisville)—

Flremans Fund Ins (S F)
First Colony Life Insurance

Bankers

27

5
1.25

46%

Continental American Life Ins

Firemen's
Bankers National Life Insurance

13%
32%

1

.

~3%

2%
22%

t44
64
39

20

Co

Commonwealth Life
Shares split 2 for
Connecticut General
Consumers Natl Life

3%
34

Insurance

3%
31%
24 Ya

95

11
46

Cincinnati

Commonwealth Land Title Ins

17

Ask

_

34

3%
87
95 y2
109% 113%

16%
1%

Chicago Title & Trust Co——
New $6.66% par (shs split 3-for-l)

.

2%

15%
51%

Bid

Par

Stocks—

OVER-THE-COUNTER
INSURANCE STOCKS

Liberty Life Ins (Greenville S C)—2
Liberty Nat'l Life Ins (Birm)
,_2
Life Assurance Co of Pa—
New $4 par value (shs split 5-for-4)
Life & Casualty (Nashville Tenn)_3
Life Insurance Co of Georgia
10

(Continued

18%

r Canadian dollar value,

t New stock,

MIDDENDORF, COLGATE 8c CO.

200
on

x Ex-dividend,

30%

39
210

page

y Ex-stock

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United States and

Municipal Bonds

State and municipal securities is to quote them on the basis of the return the
bonds yield per annum. Therefore, in 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
The custom in reporting prices for

yields 0.90% and the later maturity is yielding 2.8>5%, :
Therefore, in the following list, it must be remembered the word "to" indicates that the figures shown
yield basis for various maturities; all other figures are bid and asked prices.

are

the bid

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963
Bid

Bonds—

STATES

UNITED

Oct

1969_.

1

1970-:
Aug 15 1971_

4s Aug 15
4s

15

.

:

1972

Feb

3Vis
37/bs
37/as
37/8s

1988-1993

15
15
15
15

1968
1968
1971
1974

3%S Aug 15 1968
33As May 15 1966——
3%s Nov 15 1967——
3 Vis Nov 15 1980
i—■
3Vis Feb 15 1990
aVis Nov 15 1998
3%s Nov 15 1966—
3Vis June 15 1978-1983—
3 Vis May 15 1985
3s Feb 15 1964
3s Aug 15 1966
3s Feb 15 1995
2%s Feb 15 1965
2Vis June 15 1962-1967
2Vis Dec 15 1963-1968—
2 Vis June 15 1964-1969
2 Vis Dec 15
1964-1969
2Vis Mar 15 1965-1970
2Vis Mar 15 1966-1971
2Vis June 15 1967-1972—
2 Vis Sept 15 1967-1972—
2Vis Dec 15 1967-1972

4s
1 Vis

Aug

Oct

3%s Feb
1 Vis

Apr
3%s Aug
IVis Oct

IVis Apr

1

15
15

15
15
1

15

89.26
98.27
88.24

89.14
99.29

89.22
99.30
.98.5
86.4

98.3

85.28
98.27
96.2
93.28

92.28
92.4

98.29
96.6
94.2
93.2

88.28
88.16

91.30
90.30
89.2
88.22
88.22

'

15 1964

1 1965
15 1965
15 1965

96.26

99.11
99.13

—

96.30

99.13
99.15

95.26

1965
15 1965
15 1966
1 1966
15 19661 19.6615 1967
1 1967—
15_ 1967
1 1967
1

95.30
100.11
95.4

100.9
95

—

—

—

__

—

—

__

—

—

—

3Vis Sept 15 1965.

__

99.29
99.27

99.31

99.31
99.29

100.1

99.27

99.29

99.24

99.26

99.30
99.28
99.25
99.27
100
110.2
99.31 100.1

99.20
99.16

99.22

Apr 9 1964
Apr 15

Oct 20 1964
Oct 20 1965_
Dec 20 1965-

4s
4s
4s

3%s Feb 21
3 Vis May 2
4Vis July 20
4s
May 22

1966
1966
19661967

4Vis Oct 23
4Vis Mar 20
4s
Jun 20
43is Mar 20
4%s July 15

1967

5Vis Feb 20
3'is Apr
1

1968

100

100
98.28
98
100.8
99.24
100
100.8
99.16

100.8

99.12

19691970—

105

—

4Vis Feb 20 1974
4Vis Feb 20 1978-1973

97
106
101
102
95.8
96.8
99.16 100.16
97.8
98.8
102
103
99.8
100.8

Subject to all Federal taxes,

99.227
99.157

—_

98.947
98.908

98.876
98.790

:

98.721
98.654

—

__

—

—

—

--

—

—

—

98^200
97.715
97.232
96.920

see page 94.

96.595
96.299

__

—

3.30
3.35

__

__

A-O

b2.25 to 2.45%

A-O

b2.50 to 2.70%
b2.85 to 3.25%
b3.30 to 3.40%

A-O

A-O

1979-1981

__

__

—

__

Highway Authority—
Highway Auth series D
A-O
A-O
A-O

b2.25 to 3.10%

M-N
M-N
_M-N

3s 1964-1968
3 Vis 1969-1973
3.40s 1974-1979

b2.25 to 2.70%
b2.80 to 3.00%
b3.10 to 3.40%

„

__

3.15

__

3.20

__

—

__

__

Birmingham—
Industrial Waterworks—
Ref IVis 1964-70
School Building Bonds—
IVis due 1964-70
A-O
Is due 1971-76
A-O
Water Supply rev ser A—
2.25s 1964-66
J-J
2.40s 1967-68
J-J
2.50s 1964-73
J-J
2.75s 1974-80
J-J
2.80s 1981-90
J-J
Mobile (City of)—
3 Vis gen ref 1964-70____A-O
Mobile County—
Gen fund 4Vis 1964-66
J-D
2 Vis
1976
Sheffield 4s 1964-68

b2.35 to 3.00%
b2.30 to 2.90%

b3.00 to 3.30%
b2.30
b2.70
b2.30
b3.20
b3.45

to 2.60%
to 3.00%

to 3.10%
to 3.40%
to 3.70%

b2.40 to 3.10%
b2.30 to 2.50%
__

M-S

b2.10 to 3.00%
b3.10 to 3.45%
—

Utility

b2.10 to 3.30%
b3.30 to 3.45%
__

b3.50 to 3.55%

b2.10 to 2.60%
b2.70 to 3.30%
b3.30 to 3.60^
b3.45 to 3.60%

b2.25
b3.25
b3.35
b3.60

to
to
to
to

__

—

—

__

__

__

__

__

__

3.15

__

b2.40 to 3.00%

__

b2.50 to 3.85%

various

1964-82

b2.75 to 3.90%
b2.75 to 4.00%

87

__

__

_

b2.25 to 3.85%

__

b2.25 to 4.00%
b2.50 to 3.75%

_

__

b2.25 to 3.75%
b2.25 to 4.00%

„

__

ARIZONA
(City of) —

Water Revenue

(1st issue)
1964-1977
J- J
Water Wks Rev (Ser 1949)
3s 1964-66
J-J
2s

2 Vis
2 Vis

1964-73
1974-78

J-J

J-J
1952 Water Bonds—
3s 1964-71
J-J
3 Vis 1972-77
.—J-J
Salt River Project Agric

—

—

3.90

:

Imp & Pow District—
3'As Jan 1 1981
3Vis July 1 1978
Tucson (City of)—
Wat rev IVis Mar 1 1967—
Water rev ref 1962 series
4 Vis 1964-1970
J-D
3 y«S 1971
J-D
3s 1972-1978
J-D
3.20s
3.40s

1972-1985
1986-1991

J-D

J-D

bl.75to3.35%
bl.75 to 2.20%
bl.75 to 2.90%
b2.95 to 3.35%

bl.75 to 2.80%
b2.85 to 3.30%

3.30
3.30

__

__

__

2.50

_

bl.90 to 2.90%
__

—

2.90

__

b2.95 to 3.30%
b2.95 to 3.40%
b3.40 to 3.65%

__

__

__

ARKANSAS
__

__

3.50
7

Highway refunding—
3s April 1 1969-72

A-O
3y4s April 1964-72
A-O
Hot Springs 3s rev 1964-83
Little Rock wat 4s '84-78-F-A

b2.75 to 2.95%
b2.30 to 2.95%
b2.50 to 4.00%
b2.20 to 3.25%

__

__

__

__

CALIFORNIA

4Vis Olympiad 1964-71

_

State

_

3.65

n

3.60s

Nominal.

J-J

b2.00 to 2.80%

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

b2.00 to 2.85%

__

Construction—

Act of 1958 series F—
5s 1964-1972
4s 1973
3V*S 1974-1976
3.40s 1977-1978
3 Vis 1979-1981

3.10%
3.35%
3.60%
3.70%

f Flat price,

rev

Phoenix

105

102

1964-1978

Ketchikan (G O & I S D)
Various coupons
1964-75

Yield Basis or to
Bid
Ask
Net

b Basis,

1980

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
Water rev various
1964-72

98.285
98.215
97.740
97.255
96.945
96.623
96.320

■

Called for redemption,

b3.10 to 3.25%

__

Anchorage (G O & I S D)

__

—

b2.25 to 2.45%
b2.50 to 2.75%
b2.90 to 3.00%

ALASKA

98.521

PUERTO RICO
(Commonwealth of)
5s 1964-1970
J-J
3'/as 1971-1983
J-J
2s 1984—
J-J
Aqueduct & Sewer Auth—
4s July 1 1992
Water Resources Authority
Electric revenue ser 1962
Ref 3 Vis 1964-1977
tf-J
Ref 3'is 1978-1982
J-J
Ref 3.60s 1983-1985
J-J
Ref 3.70s 1986-1988
_J-J
Water Resources Authority
(
Revenue (Series 1962)
5s 1964-1966
;
J-J
3s 1967-1976
J-J
3 Vis 1977-1984
J-J
3.40s
1985-1991
J-J
Water Resources Authority
Electric Revenue (series '63)
3 Vis 1965-1972
_J-J
3s 1973-1978
_J-J
3y4s 1979-1987
J-J
330s 1988-1998
J-J
3 Vis 1999
J-J

__

A

M-S
M-S

1964-1966

Various

98.434
99.365

i

b2.20 to 2.40%

Selma Housing Auth—
__

98.673

98.417
98.346
98.271

w

"—

Highway Auth series E

98.892
98.807
98.739

98.504

1964

b3.30 to 3.45%

M-S

3.60s 1964-1974
2s 1975
3.60s 1976

98.590

30

—

3.25

M-S
Af-S
M-S

3.40s

—

—

98.959

98.574

;

ser

3s 1967-1969
3 Vis 1970-1978

98.663

7 1964
14 1964

b2.10 to 3.20%

Capital Improvement series C
5s

98.920

___

a

3.70s
—

99.164

99.018

2

J-J

3.60s 1971-1974
3.70s 1975-1978
3 Vis 1979

99.097
99.029

99.086

.

__

3.95

__

Education

5s 1964-1966
3 Vis 1967-1970

99.371
99.302
99.236

99.294

1964_

3Vis refunding 1964-65-

Authority
Capital Improvement

99.518
99.446

98.644

Nov

—

106

96
105

__

99.599
99.590

99.364

July 15 1964
Aug 31 1964
Sept 30 1964
Oct 31' 1964

__

__

100.8

101.8

'
—

99.728
88.658

99.510
99.438

_

_

99.810

99.592
99.583

»

b2.10 to 2.60%
b2.70 to 3.25%
b3.25 to 3.95%

ALABAMA

__

99.863

99.719
99.650

;

May 28 1964

__

98.16
100.24
100.8

101
102

1970.
July 20 1970
Oct 1 1970 opt '673Vis May
1 1971
4lis Feb 15 1972-1967
3Vis Sep 15 1972-




100.6
100.8

99Vi

99.854
99.797

May 21 1964

__

99.24

100.9
100.1

99

to
Net

or

__

91.24
89.16

May
May

__

100
102
103

1968
1969-

5 Vis
4 lis

•

100.5
99.31
100.2

__

99.31
100.1
100.1
100.2

Apr 16 1964
Apr 23 1964
Apr 30 1964

—

Federal Land Bank Bonds—

4Vis Apr 20 1964
3Vis Aug 20 1964

__

99.29
99.30

100.24 101.16
99
99.24
99.8
99.24
100.4
100.20
100
100.16
98
99
97
97.24
96.24
96
93
94
89.8
90

Mar 19 1964

100

100.1

__

99.30
99.29

and cents
Not in 32nds
99.974
99.976
99.914
99.919

Apr 2 1964
99.30

__

—

88

Feb 13 1964
Feb 20 1964
Feb 27 1964
Mar 5 1964
Mar 12 1964

—

100

99.31

99.22
100.16
98.24
101.16
103
100.16

100.24" 101716

91

Mar 23 1964
Mar 26 1964

99.30

__

103.16 104.16
101
101.24

-July 15 1972

Dec 5 1963
Dec 12 1963
Dec 19 1963
Dec 26 1963
2 1964
Jan
Jan
9 1964Jan 15 1964
Jan 16 1964
Jan 23 1964
Jan 30 1964
Feb 6 1964—!

—

91.10

__

Quoted in Dollars

__

91.30

100.2
100.24

Public Improvement bonds—
4 Vis
1964-1966
J-V
3s 1967-1975
J -J
3 Vis
1976-1983
-J-J
3.40s
1984-1986
J-J
Public Improvement—
5s 1964-1975
J-J
3.40s 1976
J-J
3.30s 1977-1987
J-J

106.16 107.16

—

91.2

Federal Home "Loan Banks—
3.20s Jan 15 1964
3 Vis Feb 17 1964
3.85s Feb 17 1964
3.40s Mar 16 1964—.
3.30s Apr 15 1964
3.70s May 15 1964
3Vis Jun 15 1964

:

—

91.26

Banks for CooperativesColl Trust debs—
3%s Feb
3 1964_,
—
3.80s Apr
1 1964
3%s Jun
1 1964
:—

99.31
99.31
100

—

99.9
92.28

1 1968

99.27
99.28
99.29

—

99.3
94.2
99.11
93

99.1
93.30

99.27

.

—

Bonds—

99.30 100

3s
Mar
1 1976
Inter-American
Development
Bank 4Vis Dec 15 1982

_-

__

105.24 106.24
101
102
100
101
102
103

—

.

100
100.5

101.16 102.16

99.28

Yield Basis
Bid
Ask

Net

99.16 100.16

1971

3.45s April 1 1964—
3.65s May 4 1964
3.75s Jun 1 1964
3Vis July 1 1964
3 % s Aug
3 1964
3.95s Sep 1 1964

—

99.30 100
99.30
99.28

99.11
100.19
100.4
100.30
100.4
98.22
98.20
101.4
101.2
100.2
100
97.26
97.22
101.9
101.7
100.1
100.2

99.28
100.2
99.30
100.16
99.14
100.8
98.8
100.16
102
99.16

International Bank for
Reconstruction & Devel—
5s
Feb 15 1985
4 Vis
1 1980
—Nov
1 1973
4 Vis
Dec
4 Vis
1 1977"
Jan
4 Vis—
Feb 1 1982
4 Vis
:
May 1 1978
4 Vis
Jan 15 1979
4s
—Sep 15 1965
3Vis
Oct
1 1964
3V-4s
May 15 1968
3 Vis
Jan
l 1969
3 Vis
Oct 15 1971
3 Vis
May 15 1975
3 Vis
Oct
1 1981

92.10

91.24
90.24

88.16

•

88.28

99.9
100.17
100.2
100.28
100.2

1964
1964
1964
1964
1964
1964
1964

3.95s July 15 1964
3.90s Aug 17 1964
3Vis Oct 15 1964

99.24
98.28
92.8

98.25
88.16

IVis Oct 1 1968—

.

98.31

Ask

Quoted in 32nds

5Vis Feb 10 1972
4Vis Jun 12 1972
4Vis Jun 12 1973
4Vis Feb 10 1977
Federal Intermediate
Credit Bank Debs—
3.20s Jan 2 1964
3.25s Feb
3 1964
3.30s March 2 1964

3s

Treasury Notes—
IVis Apr
4 Vis May
3%s May
5s
Aug
3Vis Aug
1 Vis Oct
4%s Nov
3Vis Nov
IVis Apr
4%s May
37/ss May
IVis Oct
3 Vis Nov
3%s Feb
1 Vis Apr

4Vis Aug 10
4Vis Sept 10

98.4
99.24
99.16
98.25
98.2

89.18
88.20

Treas Ctfs of Indebtedness—
3 Vis Feb 15 1964
3 Vis May 15 1964
—

__

99.7
98.26

97.28
99.20
99.14
98.21
97.28
98.29
99.22
98.26
92

1980-

15

May
Nov
Nov
Nov

99.3
98.20

1973—

4s Aug 15
4s Feb 15
4s

101.16
101.14
101.6
98.24
98.20
100.2
100.6
100.2
100.6
100.2
100.6
99.30 100.2
99.23
99.19
99.19
99.23

1972

Aug 15

Feb

4s
4s

101.8

Bid

Federal Natl Mtge Asso—
3%s May 11 19644s Sept 10 1964
3Vis Dec 11 196
4%s Jun 10 1965
3%s Mar 10 1966
4 Vis Dec 12 1966
3%s Mar 11
4Vis Apr 10
4s/is Apr 10 1970.
4Vis Sep 10

Quoted in 32nds

All

Treasury bonds—
4y«s May 15 1975-1985
4Vis Aug 15 1987-1992
4Vis May 15 1989-1994
4s Feb 15 1969
4s

Bonds—

Ask

Values shown below

1982

__

b2.95 to 3.05%
b3.10 to 3.15%
b3.15 to 3.20%
__

—

2.90
—

—

__

3.25

81

December, 1963

SPECIALIZING IN
CALIFORNIA MUNICIPAL BONDS

AMERICA

BANK OF
'

•

N T & S A

DEPARTMENT

MUNICIPAL BOND

SAN FRANCISCO

-

LOS ANGELES

STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963

State School Bldg ser G—
2 Vis 1964-66
8f-N
3s 1967-74
Af-N
3s 1975-79 opt *74__
_Af-N
State School Bldg Aid
Law of 1958 series W
5s 1964-1967
M-S
3 Vis 1968-1972
M-S

—

_—

b2.00 to 2.40%
b2.50 to 2.85%

__

—

b2.15 to 2.85%

__

Af-N

1973
1974-1977

__Af-N

2.90s 1978-1980
3s 1981-1988

-__Af-N
Af-N

Veteran's Bonds Act or 1956
series S— »
5s 1964-1966
A-O
4s 1967

2.90

—

__

__

b2.90 to 3.10%
b3.15 to 3.20%

__
-_

b3.20 to 3.40%

—

b2.00 to 2.30%

—

4s

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

___

—F-A

1980

1981-85 'opt

F-A

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

b2.00 to 2.30%

b2.50 to
b2.80 to
b3.15 to
b3.20 to

__

2.40

__

2.70%

__

__

—

__
__

J-D

to 2.80%

—

"3.10
__S

—

3.10

b3.15 to par
bPar to 3.35%

3-D

.__

bPar to 3.45%

3-D
3-D

__

__
__

__

3.85

Toll Bridge Authority—

Carquinez Strait Bridges
Toll Bridge Revenue—
4%s ser B 1995
M-S
Toll Bridge Rev Series A
4%s 1964-1972
3-D
3Vis

1973-1979.

J-D

Rafael Brge
3%s rev ser A 1992—M-S
Imperial Irrigation District—
2s

—

Water

Los

b2.10 to 3.00%
b3.00 to 3.35%
__

b2.10 to 2.50%
b2.60 to 3.50%
__

__

Refunding rev issue of 1943
l»/2s June l 1976

b2.10 to 3.05%
b2.10 to 2.80%
b2.10 to 2.60%
b2.10 to 2.70%
b2.90 to 3.95%
__

-

Elec Plant Rev
2 Vis

1964-68

2»is 1969-77
2%s 1978-83

(1953 issue)
A-O
-A-O
A-O

t CallSti Sept 1 at 104.




a

b2.20 to 3.00%
b3.00 to 3.70%

b3.80 to 3.85%
b2.35 to 3.35%
b3.40 to 3.75%
__

par
par

__

__

—

—

b2.10 to 2.80%
b2.90 to 3.25%

__

__

b3.25 to 3.30%

__

3.75

—

b2.75to3.65%
b3.55to3.85%

__

b2.00 to 2.75%

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

b2.85 to 3.00%
b3.05 to 3.10%

Af-S

b2.15 to 2.50%

4 Vis 1972-1975
3.20s 1976-1978

3s 1979-1984
3.10s 1985-1989
3 y4s 1992-1993
3.30s 1994-1999

El Paso County—
School District No.
IVis 1964-65

J-tf

3%s 1964-1988
3 Vis 1964-1981
3yas 1964-1982

A-O

3s 1964-1979
2.60s July 1 1968-1975
2%s 1964-1977
2y2S 1964-1978
2S 1964-1974

Af-N

IVis 1964-1984
iy*S 1964-1970

A-O
M-N

A-O
A-O

b2.10 to 3.55%

__

b2.10 to 3.90%
b2.10 to 3.85%
b2.10 to 3.30%
b2.10 to 3.55%
b2.10 to 3.50%

—

__
—

__
—

—

109Vi

—

bl.90 to 2.65%
—

b2.10 to 2.90%

__

1 '

b2.00to2.60%

F-A
J-D

;

6s
4s

Fourth Series
1964-1966
1967-1968

fJ-J

--J-3
J-J
J-J
7-3
J-J

3 Vis 1969-1973
3%s 1974-1975
3 Vis 1976-1989
3.60s 1990-1991
3%s 1992-1993
3.65s 1994-1997
Sixth Series
3y4s 1968-1981
3.30s 1982-1989
3 Vis 1990-1997
Seventh Series
6s 1964-1966
4 Vis 1967
6s 1968-1969
5s 1970-1974
4y2s 1975-1977

J-J

__

__

3.75

—

-A-O
A-O

—

—

b2.15 to
b2.20 to
b2.20 to
b2.20 to

b2.00
b2.35
b2.55
b2.95
b3.05

to
to
to
to
to

2.35%
2.50%
2.90%
3.00%
__

—

__

__

__

__

__

3.40%

__

__

3.40

3.45
3.50

b2.55 to 3.20%
b3.20 to 3.40%
b3.40 to 3.55%
b2.05 to 2.30%

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

__

__

__

2.30

b2.35 to 2.45%
b2.45 to 2.75%
b2.80 to 3.00%
b3.05 to 3.45%
b3.50 to 3.65%

__

__

__

__

System

1967-1968

J-D

b2.40 to 2.50%

2>/4s
2 Vis
2.60s
2 Vis

1969-1971
1972-1975

3-D
J-D

b2.60 to 2.80%

1976-1977
1978-1980

J-D
3-D

b3.15 to 3.25%
b3.30 to 3.40%

2.80s 1981-1983

J-D

b3.45 to 3.55%

Af-N

b2.25 to 3.30%

__

__

b2.85 to 3.10%

__

__

__

__

Hartford (City of)—

b2.00 to 2.30%

b2.50to2.60%
b2.70to2.85%

b2.75to3.05%
b3.00 to 3.25%
b2.40 to 3.00%

b2.40 to 2.60%

—

—

1964-1983

__
—

County—

Metropolitan District—
2y4s 1964-78
2s 1964-89
Meriden 1.40s 1964-70

__

—

b2.20 to 3.30%
b2.20 to 3.55%
b2.25 to 3.20%

A-O

New Haven lVis 1964-68 F-A
1.40s 1964-69
J-J
1.70s gen imp 1964-71
</-J
Gen Pub Corp 3s '64-81-A-O
Norwalk (City)—
3.40s 1964-1979
Af-N
Stamford (City)—
2s school 1964-68
F-A

b2.20 to 2.85%
b2.25 to 2.95%
b2.25 to 3.10%
b2.20 to 3.60%

M-N

to 3.00%
to 3,20%
to 3.75%

M-S
Af-N

1964-71

IVis 1964-1979
b2.00 to 3.10%

J-J
M-N

2s 1972-1974
2.10s 1975-1977

2Vis 1978-1982
see page

94. b Basis,

M-N

M-N
M-N
M-N

__

__

__

__

b3.05 to 3.10%
__

b3.05 to 3.10%

b2.20 to 2.80%
b3.00 to 3.30%
b2.20 to 3.25%

b3.25 to 3.35%
b3.35 to 3.40%
b3.50 to 3.60%

__

__

__

b2.10 to 3.20%
b2.20
b2.10
b2.20
b2.20

to 3.15%

__

__

__

__

__

__

__

__

__

DELAWARE
__

3.40s various 1964-1977

3.30s Sept 1

b2.00 to 2.60%

-

—

1.30s

State H'way fund rev ref—
3s 1964-1967
J-J
2.60s 1968
J-J
2.40s 1969
J-J
2 Vis
1970
J-J
2.60s 1971-1972
J-J
2.65s 1973
J-J
2Vis 1974-1975
J-J
Colorado Springs (City)—
Utility Revenue—
1.70s 1964-66
1.75s 1967-72
_M-N

Called for redemption,

__

J-J

Waterbury 5s 1964-71

Anticipating warrants—
1964-1971 ——
J-J

__

b2.10 to

b2.45 to
b2.15 to

J-J

Gen Obi Highway

Hartford

82

2 y»s

__

__

__

3. 00%
3. 30%
3, 00%
3 .05%
2 95%
2 90%
2. ,95%
3. .05%
2. 95%
3 50%
3. 10%

3y4s

Colorado (State of)—
State H'way Fund Revenue

__

to
to
to
to

tf-J
J-J
—J-J

M-S

__

__

b2.10
b2.10
b2.10
b2.10

J-J

1978-198S
4Vis 1989-1997

lllVa

b2.65 to 3.45%

Af-N

4.20s

COLORADO

__

__

__

b3.30 to 3.50%
b3.35 to 3.45%
b3.35 to 3.45%
b3.50 to 3.55%

Fuel Tax—

__

__

_

Greenwich-Killingly—

CANADA
See page

3.60

3.85

—

Expressway Rev & Motor

—

b2.10 to 3.35%

_J-J
J-J

—

b2.10 to 3.20%
b2.10 to 3.40%

__

—

__

CONNECTICUT
1964-1980

2.65s

—A-O

—

__

__

11

__

—

4'is 1967-77
Spring Val 4Vis 1967-69.J-J

__

A-O

School District No. 1
2.10s 1964-67
Water bonds—

3.10s

b2.00 to 2.50%

2 Vis 1969-1971
2Vis 1972-1976
2Vis 1977-1983
Hetch Hetchey

__

b2.45 to 3.00%
b2.15 to 3.00%

—

2s 1967-1968

3.60

M-N

par

—

b3.45 to par

—

A-O

IVis 1964-68

3.35

__

b2.00 to 3.00%

IVis 1964-1971
b2.10 to 2.80%
b2.80 to 3.50%
b3.40 to 3.65%

'

J-J

6s 1964-1966

3rd issues of 1944

IVis 1964-76
-F-A
2s
1969-75 ——A-O
IVis 1976-78
A-O
Issue of 1949
2 Vis 1965-72
M -N
2V2S 1973-85 _____M-N
2Vis 1986-89
M-N

system extension

Various purposes
Dated April 1 1963

Angeles (City)—

3Vis water wks 1964-75
4Vis water 1964-70
A-O
4s 1964-68
J-J
4%s 1964-69
Af-S
2s 1968-87
A-O

__
__

Airport bonds (1945 ser C)
2Vis 1964-68
—
F-A

.

b3.40 to 3.60%

Electric Revenue—
1st division (10th issue)
2%s 1964-70
J-J
3s
1971-78
-3-tT
2Vis 1979
J-J
2nd division (10th series)
2Vis 1964-66
J-J
3s
1967-80
J-J
2%S 1981
J-J

__

109

IVis June 1 1964-1968
2s June 1 1967-78
San Fran (City & Country)—
5s water 1964-69—
-J-J

b2.10 to 3.35%

J-J

1%S 1972-76

__

108 Vi

Irrig District 4Vis 2010

104

tf-J

__

San Diego—

b2.00 to 3.05%
b3.10 to 3.30%

102

-

__

,

4y2s water 1964-77

105 Va

b2.80 to 2.95%
bPar to 3.05%
bPar to 3.15%

Oroville-Wyandotte

(9th issue)

1964-71

1964-89

Metropolitan Water District
of Southern CaliforniaWaterworks Bonds
3.10s Nov 1 1964-70

Richmond-San

Electric Rev

_Jlf-N
M-S
Af-S

5Vis March 1 1983—_

b2.95 to 3.05%

2.70

—

__

Authority—

to 3.35%

J-D

3 Vis 1979-1984
3.30s 1985-1988
3.40s 1989-1991
2s 1992-1993

Af-N

2Vis 1964-83
3Vis 1964-83

to 3.05%
to 3.25%

J-D
-3-D

3.40s 1977
3.30s 1978

Los Angeles County
Flood Control District—
2 Vis 1964-94
A-O

1964-89
Los Angeles Metro Transit

Municipal Utility—

District "series"—
4s 1974-1976

Dist

College

3Vis

b2.00 to 2.40%

b2.50
b2.85
b3.10
b3.25

Junior

1964-1970
F-A
3Vis 1971-1982
F-A
3.40s 1983-1985 ________F-A
2 Vis 1986-1987
F-A
Water Wks Rev (issue of '491
2 Vis 1968-78
M-N
2 Vis 1979-89
__M-N
Los Ang City High Sch Dist—
2 Vis 1964-72
J-J
2s 1964-72
J-J
Election 1952 series C—
2Vis 1964-1979
J-J
Election 1358 series F-—
4s 1964-1985
J-D

4s

M-S
M-S

M-S

1983-1986

City

4.40

-M-S
M-S

____:

3V2s 1972-1976
3%S 1977-1982
East Bay

__

—

5s 1964-1967
3 Vis 1968-1971

4s

__

—

b2.10 to 3.25%

.

b2.00 to 2.95%
b3.00 to 3.15%
b3.20 to 3.25%
b3.25 to 3.30%
b3.30 to 3.35%

Vis 1988 opt '83
F-A
Veterans' and State School

Building Aid

__

3.15%
3.20%
3.30%

2.60%

3 Vis May 1 1964-1983
Unified School District
4s

Veterans Bonds Act of 1958

__

3.50

__

__

b2.10 to

__

bParto3.35%

__

BondsDenver (gen oblig)—

1.70s 1965-68
b2.35 to 2.90%
b2.90to3.40%
b3.40to3.50%

J-D
3.30s 1985-1986
J-D
3.40s 1987-1988
J-D
3 Vis 1989-1993
__J-D
Flood Control District—

__

b2.95 to 3.30%

J-D

3 Vis 1981-1982
3.30s 1983-1986

2.40

__

b2.50 to 2.90%

3i4s 1968-1973
3V2S 1974-1984

series U—
5s 1964-1966
4%S 1967
3y2S 1968-1970
3V4s 1971-1978
4s 1979-1980

2Vis 1969-1973
2%s 1974-1977
A-O
2.70s 1982-1984 ______A-0
Electric Plant Rev (2nd 1963)
5S 1964-1968
3-D
2.80s 1969
J-D
2.90s 1970-1972
3-D
3s 1973-1975
J-D
3.10s 1976-1978
J-D
3.20s 1979-1980
J-D

—

__

Aid—

Net

Issue)
A-O
A-O

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

To

or

Ask

Bid

(City)—
Elec Plant Rev (1954
2.00s 1965-1968

__

b3.00 to 3.15%

Af-N

______

2%S

b2.00 to 2.30%
b2.40 to 2.95%

b2.90 to 3.30%
b3.30 to 3.35%

M-S

4s 1985-1986
State School Bldg.
5s 1965-1972

Bonds—

Los Angeles

M-S

3%s 1973-1984

3V2S

Yield Basis

Yield Basis or to
Bid
Ask
Net

Bonds—

__

2.70
3.00
3.00
—

3.20
__

1964-1978

3y4s April 1 1964-1980
3s 1964-1979
2.90s 1964-1982

__

__

Af-S

1964-1982
A-O
2Vis March 15 1964-1977
1.80s 1964-1971
M-N

2.80s

b2.00
b2.00
b2.00
b2.00
b2.00
b2.05

to
to
to
to
to
to

J-J

IVis 1968
Delaware Turnpike
4Vis 2002

._

A-O
:

b2.00 to 3.00%
b2.00 to 3.00%

3.05%
3.05%
3.15%
3.15%
3.00%
3.05%
__

__

__

__

__

__

__

__

2.80

rev

J-J
Highway and Capital Imp—
1.40s 1964-1968
J-D
1.40s 1969
J-D
Sussex Co IVis 1964-73
M-N
Wilmington 1.70s 1964-81-J-D

104 y4

105

b2.25 to 2.90%

__

2 95
b2.25 to 3.25%
b2.15 to 3.55%

fFlat price. kLast sale, n Nominal, r Canadian dollar value.

__

82

STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963
Yield Basis

Bonds—

Bid

or

Ask

To
Net

Yield Basis
Bonds—

FLORIDA

Great Britain—
4s fund loan 1990 opt I960.
3s savings bds 1965 opt 1955

Florida Develop Commission—
Pinellas County Road & •

Bridge revenue
5s 1965-1974

3-D

4.10

__
~~

iTo Greater Prague (City of)—
6s extended to Nov

99

101

Israel

University System Imp Rev
1965-1983

F-A
F-A

4.15s 1984
4.10s
1985-1986
4.15s 1987-1990

b3.90
104

F- A
F- A

3.70%
107

104

4s

107

II

Florida State Turnpike Auth—
43As (1961 series) 2001-M-N
FSIC Lower Tampa Bay—

109'A

Bridge rev 3Y4s Sept 1 1981-

110'A
—

3%s

5%s

—

1972

F-A

3.30

F-A

F-A

4.05

_A-0

1964-1966

A-O

__

J-3

Fort Myers ref 3s 1978
Ft Pierce—
Wat Si El rev 4s 1987

3.40
3.80

—

Electric

certificates

revenue

2y4s

1964-72

Util tax

rev

J-3
J-3

4.60s 1994

Expressway Rev series

3.20

__

110

111'A

—

1957

3.90s 1968-1971
4s
1972-1977
Elec rev ctfs 1963—

3-J
J-J

2.70s 1970-1971
23As July 1 1973

J-H

2.90s 1974-1975
3s July 1 1976

3-J

3.75
3.90

__

__

b3.00 to 2.80%
b3.10 to 2.95%

3.20
3.25

__

Jacksonville Expressway—
Revenue 4'As July 1 1992—
Miami (City of) —
Wat Rev 2s Dec 1 1967
Wat Rev 27/aS 1980-82__J-D
Sewer rev 4.30s 1993
J-3
Orlando Utll com 3'As '80.A-O

106'A

107'A

—

102

St Petersburg—

2^4s non-call ref 1979—M-S

b3.65

3.25%

Utility Tax ctfs (1963 issue)
3.40s 1964-1966
A-O
5s 1967-72
A-O
3.40s 1973-1982
A-O
1.10s 1983
A-O
Sanford ref l%s-2(A» 1977

2.90

__

b3.30 to 2.75%

80

__

3.60

__

_

4.75

—

__

—

Tampa—

Special Obligation—
Cap imp 3.70s 1983

A-O

Sewer rev 23As 1985
iSewer rev 3Wis 1985
Sewer revenue 1962 series
5s 1966-1975
F-A
4s 1976
F-A

3'As
3'As

1977-1982
1983-1986

3.65
3.75

__

__

3.80
3.90
4.00

__

__

—

__

b4.00 to 3.75%
85

__

—

Bank of Colombia 7s 1947_A-0

s

f 8s 1945-

External 7s 1958
External s f 7s 1969

Adjustment

l-3s

fll4
f 114

fl6'A
fiey2

Brazil United States—
5s of 1931 due 1951—

150

ii'A II
—

—

126
62
99

65
•

f8
f50
fl3

Montreal

Called




for

24%
24%
38

opt 1959.

redemption,

83

__

93
93 y2
92 (A

91'A
86y295'A
86'A
873A

—

51%
see

page

94.

b Basis.

fFlat

96
77 3A
96

80'A
75
86
91
75

i—,

__

——

90%

90%

__

98'A
95 »A
91%

88

89

100
102

102
104
103

101

iooy4

99 y4
88

90
91
92 y2

89

90'A

90'A

88 y2
96

98
89
98

93%
103

98%
95%

88%
89'A
104

97%
87'A
86%
95%
88%
103

96 y4
89

94

87
90%
100%

99%
99
100

97

90
91
107
99

89
88
97
90
105

97%
91
96

89

92%
102%

—

94%
93%
90%
103

98

100
93%

91%

108

99 w 100
93%
94%
92%
94
97

99

101

103

99%

100%
103
101%

100%
102
.105
103

Nominal,

r

97
92%
89%

98

86%

87%

93%
90%

96%

95
102

104

93%
101

103

103%
105%

105%
107%

94%

100
101
101

98

100

99

101%

bl.80 to 2.20%
b2.30 to 2.75%

bl.80
b2.80
b3.25
b3.40

to
to
to
to

2.75%
3.20%
3.40%

3.60%

—

__

__

__

__

__

State

~

Highway Auth (ser B-61)
4'As 1964-1972
3-J
3'As 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
Revenue Series 1953 A—
3.60s 1964-67
M-S
3.70s 1968-71
M-S
Revenue Series 1954 A—
4s 1964
M-S
2'As 1965-68
—M-S

__

b3.30 to 3.40%
b3.40 to 3.50%
b3.50 to 3.60%

bl.80 to 2.90%
bl.80 to 2.70%
b2.75 to 3.00%
—

1969-70

M-S

b2.20 to 2.70%
b2.80 to 3.00%

1971-74

2.70s
2.80s

__

bl.80 to 3.25%

M-S

b3.00 to 3.30%

M-S

bl.80 to 3.30%

«

__

—

__

—

„

__

__

1.80
__

__

__

__

Wat Wks Rev (1954 ser)

92
89
101

n

92%

GEORGIA

Atlanta—
2'As 1964-79

93

sale,

90%

98
99
99

State Bridge Bldg Auth—
Revenue series A of 1953—
2.70s 1964-65
3-J
2.60s 1966-69
3-J
State Highway AuthorityState Highway series 1961-A
4'As 1964-1968
3-J
3.60s 1969-1975
3-J
3%s 1976-1984
3-J
3.90s 1985-1991
J-J

•

87
96

106

Aug l 1967
5s June 1 1969
5s Jan 15 1970
Greater Vancouver—
W D 4'As Aug 1 1967
Greater Winnipeg—
W D 5s Feb 15 1970

—

63'A

.

k Last

July 15 1984 opt '69

'

—

(City of) —

price,

__

4y2s

87'A
88 3A

89%

.

(Province)—
Apr 1 1971__

Vancouver—

92'A
87 y2
96'A

97%
94 y4

3s Oct 15 1967
3'As Oct 1 1970
4 %s Jan 1 1976
5'As Mar 1 1977 opt *67
4%s Nov 1 1978 opt '68
5s Nov 1 1978 opt '68
5%s Nov 1 1979 opt '69
5%s June 1 1980 opt *70

__

July 1 1978 opt '73
4%s Dec 15 1978 opt '73—
5s June 1 1979 opt '74
5%s Mar 1 1980 opt '75—

—

(Internal)

.

99%

84

97

4s

93'A

92 3A
92
92'A
91 y2

61'A

37/as May 1 1965

with

90%
103

89

98%

.

3y2s Dec 1 1975.
3%s Dec 1 1983.
Toronto (Metropolitan)—
4yas Aug 15 1976 opt *66_
4%s July 1 1977 opt '72_.

86
85

84

85
90
73

1983

3%s May 1 1971
3%s May 1 1975
3%s May 1 19815%s Dec 15 1978
4%s Apr 15 1983

95
93

83
91
92
102

(City of)—
3%s May 15 1966
3'As May 15 1970

'75

Manitoba—
3%s June 15 1971 opt '57_
5'As Nov 15 1984 opt '74

principal amount flat

a

Canada

88 y4
101

99%

Toronto

Edmonton—

fl27

Great Britain—
All British Issues are quoted
In U S dollars per £20

Certificates
2'As Annuities
2'As "Consols".
4s "Consols"
3s fund loan 1969

31

95

-J14.UW

British—See Great Britain

Prices are per bonds
American Ownership

of

93
91

100

88

Saskatchewan—
3y»s Feb 1 1966
3yas Aug 15 1970
4s Apr 1 1973 opt '58
3y4s June 1 1974 Opt *72
33As Jan 2 1976 opt '66
4%s Jan 2 1984 opt *74

fl26

79 y2
74

15 1978 opt
Oct 1 1979

Sept 1

99%
98%

92

5s

763A

(Province)—
4'As Jan 23 1969
3y2s Aug 15 1976 opt '61
3%s Feb 15 1977 opt *62
3%s June 15 1976 opt •61
33As June 15 1981 opt '61
4%s Apr 15 1982 opt '67
33/4s June 15 1986 opt •61
4%s Apr 15 1987 opt *67

fl6'A

J-3

Caldas Extl s f 7%s 1948—J-J
Call (Colom) s f 7s 1947_Af-N
30-vr s f S bonds 3s '78-J-J
Cailao (Peru) 7Vas 1944
J-3
Carlsbad (City of)—
4s extended to Jan 1966
External s f 8s Jan 1954
Ceara (Brazil) 8s 1947
J-D

65

f62
103
103

British Columbia

fl45

3-J
Af-S

1993

126

95

,

April 1 1976.
Jan

105

98%

2%s
3y4s debs Dec 1 1972 opt '57
5%s Oct 1 1979 opt '74
Quebec Hydro Electric Com—
4%s Feb 1 1977 opt '67
3y2s Dec 1 1978 opt *58
3'As Jan 1 1981 opt '61
4'As Dec 1 1981 opt '66
33As Feb 1 1983 opt '68

100

opt '74

Municipal Financing Corp
4%s May 15 1984 opt 'BO¬
SS Dec 15 1984 opt '70
47/as June 15 1985 opt '70_

fl45

Bogota (Municipality of)—
Power & Light 6s Apr 1947_
Bolivia (Rep) Ext 8s 1947 M-N

1976

Alberta (Province)—
23As Mar 1 1965
23As Mar 1 1967;
2Yes Mar 1 1970
2%s Mar 1 1972

Over-the-Counter Issues

External

1975

Victory Loans—
9th 3s Sep 1 1966 opt '81

3.75

FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS
AND CITIES

A-O

Oct 1
June 1

5s June 1 1988
33As Mar 15 1998 opt '96
3s Sept 15 perp opt '66—
Govt

33As 1964-84

Sinking fund 7s 1948
Bogota (City of)—

5'As
3'As
5'As
33As
3'As
4yas

3.50

__

F-A
F-A

3'As 1993-2000
3s 2001-2002
,
F-A
Vero Beach ref 3s 1979
West Palm Beach (City of) —
Wat & Sewer rev ser A

3.90
3.80

__

__

F-A
F-A

3.40s 1987-1992_

3.75

__

3%
3'A

Ownership

of

103

91
89

Quebec

f29

1956

Canada—
Payable in U S currency
23As Sept 1 1974
23As Sept 15 1975
Payable in Canadian currency
4s May 1 1964
33As Sept 1 1965
4'As Dec 15 1966
4'As June 1 1967_
4'As Jan 15 1968
23As June 15 1968 opt '67
5'As Apr 1 19693'As May 1 1970
4'As Sept 1 1972

Government

3.40

__

F-A

f85
f3'/a
f3y8

Quotations based on bonds
bearing Certificate of
American

98%
103

90

4s June 1 1965
4s June 1 1967
4'As May 15 1970
4s June 1 1971

CANADA

3.75

__

101
f75

All Canadian issues shown be¬
low are quoted in U S funds

3.10

__

A-O

7%s 1952

5s 1st series Nov

__

96'A
100

91

3%s May 15 1981 opt *61
4s May 1 1983 opt '68
4%s Feb 1 1984 opt '69

(Republic of)—

Yugoslavia

__

104%

3'As Feb 1 1975 opt '60___
3%s Nov 1 1978 opt '60
3y8s Mar 15 1980 opt '60__

fll4

Santander (Dept) Colombia
External s f 7s 1948
A-O
S f 3s July 1 1978
Santiago (City) Chile 7s '49_J-J
External s f 7s 1961
Af-N
Tolima (Dept of)—
External s f 4s Nov. 1 1947United Kingdom of Gt Britain
and Ireland—See Gt Britain

Jacksonville—

102%

3'As May 15 1971 opt *60
3'As Sept 1 1972 opt *60

fll4

A-O

f 8s 1947

s

3.85

__

(Province)—
2.80s Mar 15 1964

f200
fl85

External
A-O

102

Ontario

Rio de Janeiro—
External 6s 1933
__A-0
Russian 6 As June 18 1919.—_
5'As external loan Dec 1921
Santa Catharina (Brazil)—

2.80
3.30

101

95

issue

91

Prague (City of)

106

A-O

3.30s 1967-1980
Ft Lauderdale—
4s refunding 1964-71

104'A

95

94

33As July 15 1966 opt '60—
33As Oct 1 1971 opt '60
3'As Jan 15 1972 opt '60
3'As Jan 2 1976 opt '66
5yss Apr 1 1980 opt '70

98

94

Montreal Transportation—
4y4s Jan 1 1973 opt '60
5Y4s Mar 15 1977 opt '67
New Brunswick (Province) —
5%s s f debs 1985
F-A
Nova Scotia (Province)—
3%s Mar 15 1964 opt '60

98

M-S

-

B)

—

97

1947
Panama (Republic of)—
4.80s extl sec 1993

3.00

__

fl8

Mortgage Bank of Bogota—
7s (issue of May 1927)
1947
-Jf-N
7s (Issue of Oct 1927)

2.80

__

97

(City) Peru—
Extl s f 6'As 1958

99

5%s Feb 1 1985 opt '70

—

Development

Lima

Montreal Metropolitan
Commission 5s May 1 1966
Montreal Metropolitan Corp—

__

33'A

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

Bonds—

__

54

4s due 1974 and 1975—__
4s due 1976 and 1977—~_

__

Highway 5s 1964-66
Special Co Building—
Road Revenue—
6s 1964-1969
4.10s 1970-1988
Port Authority (Ser
4.70s 1999
Duval County—

1969

To
Net

—

49%

Montevideo (City; 7s 1952-J-D
Extl s f 6s 1959 ser A—M-N

99

Coral Gables—Ref of 1944
3'As optional 1979
Dade County—

54%

Independence Issue
3'As May 1966
Development Issue

__

3.95

—

(State of)

1960

or

Ask

52'A

3s savings bds 1970 opt 1960
4s victory-bonds of 1919
3'As war loan 1952_

3.50

__

4.85s 1974-1989
J-D
4.80s 1990
J-D
Palm Beach County Road &
Bridge rev 3.65s 1983.F-A

4'As

Bid

2'As April 1 1964-74
Wat Wks Rev (1955 ser)

bl.80 to 3.10%

23As 1964-75
3-J
3%s 1964-1986
i.
J-D
Augusta (City)—
2%s 1964-78
-*_A___J-D
Water Works Revenue

Anticipating ctfs 1952 ser
3s-2s-2-20s Aug 1 '64-72
Chatham Co 2s 1964-81
J-J
Coastal Highway District
Savannah River Crossing

bl.80 to 3.20%
bl.80 to 3.40%
bl.80 to 3.20%

__

__

__

__

bl.80 to 3.00%
bl.80 to 3.50%

3%s Bdge Rev 1982__M-N
Columbus (City) 2s '64-77_A-0

95
98
bl.80 to 3.40%

De Kalb Co 2s 1964-77
J-3
Fulton Co l%s 1964-76
J-3
3 %s 1964-1987
J-3
Macon (City of)—
2'As gen oblig 1964-75-M-S

bl.80 to 3.50%
bl.80 to 3.30%
bl.80 to 3.40%

bl.80 to 3.30%

__

__

__

—

__

Muscogee County—
School 2s 1964-70
School 2%s 1971-80

Canadian

dollar

value

J-3
J-J

bl.80 to 3.10%
b3.15 to 3.40%

__

__

83

STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS

December, 1963

1963

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29,
Yield Basil or To
Bid
Ask
Net

Bonds-

Richmond (County)—
Board of Ed 2Vis '64-79-J-J

bl.80 to 3.40%

J-D
J- D

bl.80 to 2.70%
bl.80 to 3.50%

Savannah 2 Vis
2s

1964-67

1964-1980

Bonds—

Cook County

(Continued)—
Expressway, series G
3 Vis 1966-75
-J-D
Expressway series H

__

—
__

3%s
HAWAII

State (G O)—
Various
1964-77
Hwy rev various
1964-89
Aviation rev 4.30s 1984
J-J
3s 1964-1971
M-N
3 Vis 1972-1977
M-N
3.40s 1978-1981
M -N
Gen obiig ser B of 1962
2 Vis 1965-1972
M-N
2Vis 1973-1980
M-N
2.90s 1981-1982
M-N
Hawaii Harbor rev____1964-77

b2.15
b2.25
104
b2.15
b2.95

to 3.20%
to 3.60%

..

3.40s

b2.25 to 3.30%

,2.10s

3.45%

b2.25 to 3.45%

1.10s 1985

b2.30 to 3.20%

Board of Education—
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-J
3 Vis 1974-1979
J-J
School Bldj 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
Sewer &

Superhighway—

IVis 1964-66
Transit

J-J

b2.25 to 3.15%

__

—

—

3.10

—

__

3.15

b3.30 to 3.40%

—

b3.40 to 3.50%
_

—

3.45

__

_

—

__

3.50
4.45

4Vis July

92 Va

106'/i

3s 1971-1979:
3 Vis 1973-1979

J-D
M-S
M-S

3y8S 1982-1985
MS
Calumet Skyway Toll Bridge
3%s revenue 1995
J-J
4Vis revenue 1995
J-J
Chicago-O'Hare Int Airport—

4Vis revenue 1999

a

2 Vis

IVis
IVis
South

__

__

Called




for

__

__

__

__

__

__

3.35

„

....

__

3.40

b2.00 to 2.80%
b2.00 to 3.00%
b2.50 to 3.00%
b2.00 to 3.10%

„

—
—

_

—

b2.00 to 3.20%
b3.25 to 3.40%
b2.00 to 3.10%

—

—
—

b2.00 to 3.10%

—

to 3.25%
to 3.10%
to 3.25%
to 3.25%

__

__

__

__

b2.00 to 3.00%
b3.05 to 3.25%

__

__

b2.00 to 3.20%

__

b2.20 to 3.50%

—

3.40

__

bPar to 2.70%

__

b2.00 to 2.60%
b2.70 to 3.25%
100 %
102

Council Bluffs—
1 Vis
1967-71
—J-D
Des Moines—
Lib Mem 2s 1964-71
J-D
Scott County—
iy4s 1964-65
Waterloo (School Building)—
IVis 1964-69
M-N

Kansas

104%

__

3.20%

__

3.40%

__

3.30%
3.30%
3.40%

f56

__

—

59

iny4
100'/a

b2.00 to 3.00%
b2.00 to 2.20%

bPar to 3.00%
bPar to 3.10%

bPar to 3.10%
bPar to 3.15%
bPar to 3.20%

b2.00 to 3.30%

A-O

b2.00 to 3.00%
b2.00 to 3.20%
see

page

94.

__

b2.80
2.70%
b3.10
3.00%
b3.30 to 3.70%

I-D

b2.20 to 3.40%
b3.50 to 3.70%

._J-D

Jefferson County—
School Bldg rev 2Vis 1970—
2 Vis 1964-1973

b3.00 to 3.10%
b2.20 to 3.20%

Louisville—

J-D

4Vis sewer 1969
4y4s ref 1965
AVaS Jan 1 1970
IVis June 1 1976-87.
Water Revenue
2.40s 1964-1965
2.40s 1966-70
2.40s 1971-74

b2.80 to 2.90%
b2.40
2.30%
b3.00

2.90%
b3.50 to 3.85%

_M-N
_M-N
-M-N

b2.20 to 2.30%
b2.40 to 3.15%
b3.20 to 3.25%

M-N

b3.30to 3.50%

2%s 1978-84

Louisville & Jefferson County
Sewer Revenue (series 1949 ).
2s 1964-73
M-S
JU-S
IVis 1974
2Vis 1975-94
-M-S
4s 1990

b2.10 to 3.15%
b3.50
3.40%
b3.40 to 3.65%

Elec Lt & Pow rev ('51 «er)
2 Vis 1964-68
M-S
2 Vis 1969-78
M-S
Electric Light & Power rev
Station No 2 series
3.90s Jan 1 1991
Paducah 4Vis w w 1970
A-O
Electric—

b3.50 to 3.60%
bPar to 3.00%

bPar to 3.50%

4 Vis 1969
4y«S 1972
4s 1973-1978
3.90s 1979-1982

bPar to 3.00%

bPar to 2.70%
bPar to 2.85%
bPar to 4.40%
bPar to 3.65%

4s 1983-1985
3 Vis 1986-1988

2%s 1973-83.
Wichita (City of) —
Board of Education—
IVis Feb 1 1964-69
Waterworks rev (series
5s 1964-70
4y4s 1971-76
4.40s 1977-79
4 Vis 1980-87

bl.80 to 2.90%

A-O
-A-O

b2.60 to 3.10%

b2.00 to 3.10%

__

b2.25 to 2.45%

__

b2.10 to 2.95%

__

__

—

b2.10 to 2.85%

__

b2.90 to 3.00%
__

b2.15 to 3.10%
b3.15 to 3.65%

b2.20
b3.i5
b3.35
b3.45

to 3.10%
to 3.30%
to 3.40%
to 3.65%

b2.10 to 2.35%
b2.40 to 2.65%
b2.10 to 2.35%
b3.00 to 3.55%
b2.75 to 2.90%
—

__

b3.20 to 3.50%

b3.45 to 3.55%
b3.60 to 3.65%
b3.65 to 3.75%

2000

Voted Veterans Bonus—
3s
1974-1976
3%s 1977-1982

f Flat price.

1983-1889
1990

J-J

J-J
J-J

J-J
J-J

_

3.75

b2.30 to 3.45%
b3.50 to 3.60%

Af-S

b2.00 to 2.70%
b2.80 to 3.45%

M-S
M-S

3.70

—

—

__

2.80
3.20

b2.00 to 2.70%
b2.75 to 3.10%
b3.15 to 3.85%
b3.40 to 3.60%

A-O
A-O

3y4s 1976-1981
3.40s 1982-1988

2.50

__

—

1970-1975

A-O

3s

101Vi
97 ya

__

—

__

__

__

__

__

3.05
3.15
__

__

__

__

__

__

103
99 y2

108

__

—

__

__

__

__

4.40

__

__

2.60
2.70
3.00

b2.90 to 3.15%
b3.20 to 3.75%

Ferry Authority—

2001

105 Vi

M-N

106 Vi

Atchafalaya Levee District—
5s Sept 1964-72
M-S

b2.00 to 3.10%

Caddo Parish—
Wide S D 2Vis 1964-76

b2.00 to 3.20%

East Baton Rouge Parish—
Consol Sch Dlst No 1:
2Vis Feb 1 1966
Recreation Ss Park Com—
2 Vis 1964-68
A-O
Greater Baton Rouge Port—
2Vis ser A 1964-68
M-N
2.60s ser A 1969-73
2Vis ser A 1974-85
2.80s ser 1986-94

2.40

b2.00 to 2.90%
b2.00 to 2.70%
b2.80 to 3.15%
b3.25 to 3.70%

M-N

M-N
M-N

b3.75 to 3.85%
b2.15 to 3.05%

3Vis series B 1965-71—M-N
3.30s series B 1972-77—M-N
Greater New Orleans
4s Nov 1 1994

__

__

—

__

__

b3.10 to 3.40%

Exp'wy

lOOVi

—

—

102 Vi

103
104 y2
b2.50 to 3.30%

—

__

__

New Orleans—

4Vis serial gold 1964-80
2 Vis 1964-69
2 Vis 1970-89
Union Passenger Term
3s 1964-67

110

b3.20 to 3.30%
b3.25 to 3.50%
b3.50 to 3.60%

—

Mississippi River Bdge Auth—
3.60 Bridge rev 1994—M-N
Monroe 2y4s 1965-72
M-N

102

109 y2

—

__

par

109

__

b2.10 to 3.00%
b3.05 to 3.20%
b3.25 to 3.50%

—

b3.00 to 3.55%
b3.60 to par

ioo y2

A-O

Public Bldg series C
5s 1964-1970
M-S
4s 1971-1975
M-S
3y4& 1976-1984
M-S
Veterans refunding bonus—
2Vis dated Jan 15 1953—
Mature in 5 years
2.20s matures in 6 yrs
jr-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
Ascension St James Bridge

4.45% bdge rev

3.60s 1982-1985
J-J
3.70s 1986-1987
J-J
3 Vis 1988-1990
J-J
Bridge Revenue—
Project No. 18 Sy4s 1983
Project No. 19 3Vis 1984
Turnpike Authority of Ky.—
Central Ky Toll Road Rev
3 Vis 1969-1975
J-J
3y4S 1976-1982
—J-J
3.80s 1983-1985
—J-J

Turnpike Toll Road—
4.85s July 1 2000
Highway Authority—
Eastern Ky Toll Road Rev—

__

3.70

b2.10 to 3.05%
b3.15 to 3.50%

3.40s
1.10s

b3775to3.5i%

—

Chef Menteur Hammond
Ar New Orleans Highway—
3Vis ser C dated Jan 1
1938 matures In 5 yrs—
Institutional Improvement—
iy4s ser B dated May 1 '48

and

1994—J-J

__

__

J-J
J-J

Tun. pike Revenue—
2 40s (series 1954)

__

b3.45 to 3.65%

-

Highway Series C, LR—
3.40s 1964-1969

87 Va

KENTUCKY

—

__

—

b2.30 to 3.25%

'57)
A-O
A-O
A-O
A-O

103 y2
3.00%

b3.00
2.90%
b3.15
3.05%
b3.20 to 3.40%

4 Vis 1964-1967
3 Vis 1968-1982
2 Vis 1983

__

A—

Commonwealth of Kentucky—
G O Highway
3s 1964-1967
-J-J
2.90s 1968-1969
J-J
3s 1964-1967
J-J
3s 1973-1986
J-J
G O Park & Hwy purposes
3.60s 1970-1971
J-J
-J-J
3.60s 3Vis 1972.
3.60s 3Vis 1973—
3.60s 1974-1990.
Veterans Bonus Bonds—
3 Vis 1964-1972
3 Vis 1973-1981

—

102 Ya

b3.10

__

__

LOUISIANA

Turnpike Authority—

Lawrence (City of) —
Wat & Sew Sys Rev ser
2s 1964-72

__

3.75

b2.20 to 3.00%
b3.10 to 3.40%

Louisiana Fiscal Authority—
4y4s 1965-1982
J-J
4.30s 1983-1987—
J-J
Fiscal Authority (series D)

100

86 Va

_

Ovensboro (City of)—

bPar to 3.65%

99

—

Matures in 5 years
Matures in 10 years

3Vis Turnpike Au 1994—A-O
Kansas City Exp way Rev
5s 1964-1970
Af-N
4 Vis 1971-1973
Af-N
4Vis Terminal 1997—Af-N

__

51%

98 y2

b2.20 to 3.85%
b2.20 to 2.40%
b2.50 to 3.75% ~__
b3.75 to 3.90%

J-J
J-J
J-J

_—

Util Rev—

Gas

Korean Service Compensation
2 Vis Dec 1 1964-1976
J-D

__

f49Vi
noy4

87%

__

__

bPar to 3.10%

to
to
to
to
to

86%

KANSAS

b2.00 to 2.60%
b2.00 to 2.80%

b2.00
b3.20
b2.80
b2.40
b3.35

/

Net

& Pow Rev

2%s 1966
^
2 Vis 1970
3s 1975-1984
Hpnderson (City of)—
Elec Light & Pow Rev
2 Vis
1964-1976
3s 1977-1985

__

A-O

redemption,

—

3.30

—

IOWA
—

b2.00 to 3.10%
b3.15 to 3.40%

b2.00
b2.00
b2.00
b2.00

3%s

M-N

1964-1967
J-D
1964-1969
J-D
sewer imp 1964-81
J-J
sch bldg 1964-70—A-O
Bend Housing Auth—
Aug 1 2000

4.80s

J-D

„

__

b2.00 to 3.00%

4s revenue 1995—

Expressway series C
2 Vis 1964-73
Expressway series E
4s
1964-77

Waterworks rev of 1951—
2%s 1964-76
J-J

_-

b2.00 to 2.50%
b2.60 to 2.90%
b2.95 to 3.10%

Chicago Regional Port Dlst—

Cook County—
Expressway series A
2 Vis 1964-75

b2.30 to 3.00%
b3.05 to 3.25%
„

Covington 2 Vis 1964-86
J-J
School Dist 3%s 1964-65-J-J
3s 1966-1980 _jJi
J-J
3y»s 1981-1996 iSr—J-J

To

or

Ask

Metropolitan Sewer Dist—

1964-74—M-S

Indiana Toll Road Comm—
3 '/as 1994
Indiana Sanitary District—
2Vis of Jan 1 1964-'87
Ind State Office Bldg Comm
4.20s 1980-88
J-J
East Chicago—
2s sch dist 1964-69
J-J
Fort Wayne—

__

b2.00 to 2.20%
b2.30 to 2.80%
b2.85 to 3.10%

-J-J

J-J
Chicago Sanitary District—
2Vis construction series 12—
Jan 1 1968 opt '64-69_J-tf
2s ref 1966 opt *64-65__J-J
2 Vis 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
2 Vis construction series 18—
Jan 1 1971 opt '64-70
2Vis construction series 19
Jan l 1972 opt '64-71

—

INDIANA

3%s

93 Vi
107 Vi

b2.00 to 2.20%
b2.30 to 2.75%
b2.80 to 3.10%

103 Vi

J-D

2y3s

Indianapolis

1 1982

Waterworks System—
Ctfs of indebtedness
4 Vis 1964-1978
4s 1979-1984

1964-73.J-J

Indiana University-—
2%s 1964-69

Authority—

Revenue series of 1947:
3 Vis 1964-65
J-J
3%s 1966-72
J-J
3 Vis 1978
J-J
Revenufe series of 1952—

b2.05 to 2.95%

Bid

—

ILLINOIS

IVis 1964-72
if-N
Bloomlngton—
Sewer rev 2Vis 1964-70-M-N
Sewer rev 2Vis 1971-79
Chicago (City) —
2Vis 1968 opt 1964-68
J-J
2s 1964-70
J-J
IVis 1964-68
?-J

rev

—

4.55

4s 1964-1966
A-O
2 Vis 1967-1975
A-O
3s 1976-1986
A-O
Various purposes ('62 issue)
4s 1964-1966
J-D
2 Vis 1967-1976
__J-D
3s 1977-1987
J-D
Various purposes ('63 issue)
2 Vis 1964-1969
A-O
2 Vis 1970-1979
A-O
3s 1980-1988
A-O
Service Recognition ser A—
1

—

__

b3.25 to 3.50%

Illinois State Toll Hwy Comm
Northern 111 Toll Hwy
33/4S revenue 1995
J-J
4 Vis revenue 1998
J-J
Illinois (various purposes)—

b2.00 to 3.30%

„

Yield Basis
Bonds—

Franutort—
Elec Light

b2.00 to 3.15%

b2.10 to 3.60%

1964-79

Springfield (City of)—
Elec

J -J
J-J
J-J
J-J
J-J
J-V
J-J
J-J

1

Water Rev 2y2s 1974-79.J-J
3%s gen oblig 1964-79—J-J

Imp Series D—
6s 1964-1972
5s 1973
4 Vis 1974
3.70s 1975-1977
3 Vis 1978-1980
3.40s 1981-1982
3 Vis 1983-1984

Sept

EVanston—
Water Rev 2y4s

b2.15 to 3.35%

,

1983-1984

2 Vis ser C 1972 opt '64-70
3s ser D 1973 opt '64-72—
Decatur (water revi—

b2.15 to 3.25%
b2.25 to

J-J
J-J

Superhighway bonds—
2%s 1969 opt 1964-69
2 Vis ser B 1970 opt '64-70

b2.95 to 3.25%
b2.25 to 3.40%

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
M-N
3Vis 1976-1989
M-N
Is 1990-1991
M-N
Consol System Rev Ref &

J-J
I-J
J-J

1966-1971
3VaS 1972-1979
3.30s 1980-1981
3%s
1982

b3.05 to 3.35%
b3.40 to 3.45%

Water rev various_1964-81
Kauai County G O

—

Bldg Rev Ser of '63)—
4s

b2.25 to 3.05%

.

____A-0

1964-76

Expressway series I—
27/aS 1964-1977
M-N
Expressway series J—
3s 1964-1973
J-D

b2.20 to 3.10%

Public Bldg Commission
Cook County (Public

—

to 2.90%
to 3.20%
b3.25 to 3.30%

Hawaii County G O
Various
—._1964-78

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

i

2 Vis 1968-78
2 Vis 1979-87
2s 1998

bl.90 to 3.30%

M-N

b2.00 to 2.90%
b2.95 to 3.75%

M-N
Rev
1-J
J-J
J-J
J-J

•

b2.00 to 2.60%
b2.65 to 3.60%
b3.70 to 3.90%
_

Orleans Parish—
School bonds series B—
>T2 Vis 1964-73
M-N b2.00 to 3.10%
3s 1974-92
-Af-N b3.20 to 3.90%

__

__

—

__

__

4.00

__

—

STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS

84

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963
Field Basis

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

Bonds—

Shreveport—
5s Dec 1 1964-69_
IVis 1964-67

J-D
J-J

'.'-i .•'

'•

•

•

Bonds-

-

—

—

1.70s

-3-J

A-O
1966 •76
Gen Obllg H'way St Beige—
^
1.90s
1964-87

Mar 1 1998

b2.00 to 2.50%
b2.50 to 2.60%

School Bldg Auth—

1.60s

3.50
102

101

3.00
3.00

M-N

1964-1971

1.70s

Portland Water District—
2s 1970
2y8s 1978
1%b 1972

3.00
3.20
3.30

MARYLAND

Bridge & Tunnel Revenue
Term 3s Oct 1 1994

102 »/4

104

Northeastern Expressway Rev
4'/as 2002
.
-J-3
Certificates of Indebtedness—

104 y2

106 y2

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

3y4s 1964-1974

1964-1975
2%s 1966-1978
2%s 1964-1973
IVis certificates of
3s

indebtedness 1964-68
iy»s 1964-66

256s

1964-66———F-A
F-A

2.60s 1967-68

b2.30 to 3.65%
b2.25 to 2.85%
b2.95 to 3.40%

M-N

M-S

M-N

M-N

M-N
J-D

M-N

M-N

Metropolitan District—
1 y2s 1964-65
F-A
1.60s 1966-83
F-A
156s 1905-76
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— «T-D

M-N

4'/2s 1964-68

1964-68—
M-S
Refunding of '45 series 8
iy2s 1964-73
M-S
Gen imp 2 56s 1964-72—M-N
Prince George's County—
3s
;

1967 —
Washington Sub San Dist—
2.70s Oct 1 1964-87
—__
2.40s Aug 1 1964-673-D
2y4S 1964-68

__

b2r2~0 to 2.75%
b2.80 to 3.30%
b2.30 to 3.60%
'

—

;

'

—

—

—

b2.30 to 3.75%

—

4Vts ser A Jan 1 2002
4-58 ser B Jan 1 2002
2 Vis 1962-2005 ——
F-A
256s 1964-1976
F-A
3 Vis 1964-1978
A-O
Tunnel Revenue—
4Vis Apr 1 1999—.
Mass Port Authority—
4Vis rev ser A 1998
Highway Imp & Capital outlay
356s Feb 1 1964-2009
F-A
3 56s 1964-2010
A-O
Various Bonds—

1964-2009
__A-0
3.10s capital outlay 64-77-A-O
3.30s

3.10s various 1964-82
3s 1979-1998
3s May 1 1964-2002
2.80s May 1 1964-1983
2.30s Highway 1964-75
2 V46 1964-1978
.
1.90s 1964-67
1.70s 1964-70
IVis 1964-79
1.60s 1964-69

Reg 156s Jan 1
1.30s 1964-70
Reg Is 1964-65




___

M-N
J-D
M-S

M-S
J-J

1964rl972___

Guaranteed Housing
IVis 1964-69
IVis 1970-91
1%8 ! 1964-91 i.
2s Oct 1 1964-91
2 56s 1964-92
256s 1964-92
b Basis,

A-O
J-D

M-S

b2.40 to 2.70%
b3.10 to 4.00%
b2.60 to 3.05%

b2.15 to 3.65%

■3-3

b2.10 to 3.25%

-J-D

b2.20 to 3.65%
b2.15 to 3.10%
b2.10 to 2.65%

M-S

Newton 2%s 1964-69
A-O
Pittsfield (City)—
1.90s Vets Hous 1964-68-M-S
1.80s water 1964-68
T-3

b2.10 to 3.10%
b2.10 to 3.10%

J-J

b2.10 to 2.80%

Somerville 2'/as

1964-69

Weymouth 156s 1964-70—M-N

__

__

__

__

__

__

—

__

—

J-J

—

—

b2.20 to 3.40%

__

b2.20 to 2.80%
b2.20 to 2.70%

—
—

b2.35 to 3.65%
b2.20 to 3.25%

2.60s

—
—

Detroit Expressway
5s 1964-1965
3 56s 1966

series HI
M-S
M-S
M-S

3s 1967-1972
3 Vis 1973-1978

-M-S
M-S

3%s 1979-1982
356s 1983-1984

3.20

b2.20 to 2.80%

b2.20 to 2.85%
b2.20 to 3.10%

M-S

bl.80 to 2.20%

bl.90 to 2.10%

107
3.90

—

b2.10 to 3.25%
b2.10 to 3.10%

3s 1965-1979
A-O
Trunk Line H'way (series I) —
4s 1964-1965
F-A
3s 1966-1970

—

Sy4s
3 Vis

109Vi

110Vi

„

10956

11056

—

V:

b2.10 to 3.70%
b2.10 to 3.70%

F-A

—F-A

1971-1978
1979-1982_

"

•

__

Trunk Line H'way
5s 1964-1968
4s 1969-1971
4

F-A

to
to
to
to

3.70%
3.15%
3.20%

3.60%

to 3.70%
to 3.30%
to 3.30%
to 3.50%

to 3.10%
b2.30 to 3.30%

b2.30
b2.25
b2.50
b2.70

to 3.90%
to 3.20%
to 3.70%

to 3.60%

b3.00 to 3.20%

NominaL

bl.95 to 2.50%

-M-N

bl.80 to 2.30%
bl.80 to 2.40%
bl.80 to 3.65%
bl.80 to 3.60%
bl.80 to 2.60%
bl.75 to 2".£

M •S

35is 1964-2003

bl.80 to 3.80%

M'nneapolls-St Paul—

—

Metropolitan Airport Com—

__

2s 1964-68

__

M-N
M-N

2y4S 1970-78
Olmsted County—

bl.80 to 2.40%
b2.80 to 3.40%

__

Independent S D No 8

__

1

__

& iy4%

1964-67

bl.80 to 2.40%

__

—

St Paul—

—

3'/4s Aug 1 1965' 1992
3.20s 1964-1989.
2.40s Wat Wks 1969
2.30s Imp 1964-68

__

—

1964-1969
1970-1984

•F-A

b2.00 to 3.60%
bl.90 to 3.50%

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

bl.90
b2.70
bl.90
bl.90
b2.70

—

2.60

—

to
to
to
to
to

2.40%
3.30%
3.60%

::

2.90%
3.40%

__

MISSISSIPPI
General oblig School ser D
3 Vis 1965-1968
M-N
356s 1969-1975
M-N
River Bridge Authority—
3.60s Nov 1 1994

—

to 2.85%
to 3.15%

to 3.20%
to 3.30%

__

__
__
__

103

10356

10456
105

101%

104 Vi

__

Highway Bonds—
2 Vis 1964-1970

bl.85 to 2.15%
b2.40 to 3.35%

b2.90
b3.00

__

b2.25 to 3.05%
b3.00 to 3.30%
b3.30 to 3.40%

2.80%

b3.00
b3.10

3s 1964-1969
3.10s 1969-1971

b2.20 to 3.10%

256s 1964-1970
2.40s Aug 1 1971
256s Feb and Aug 1 1972—
2.60s Feb and Aug 1 1973
2.60s Feb and Aug 1 1974—

b3.10

2.90s 1967

2.80%
2.80%
2.90%
2.90%

b3.10
b3.15

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

?S 1964-1966

b2.10 to 3.10%

3.00%
2.90%

9956
99
b3.10

10156
101

2.90%

„

MISSOURI
bl.90
b2.30
b2.80
b3.15

to 2.10%
to 2.75%
to 3.15%
to 3.20%

State of Missouri—
2 Vis 1964-1971
2 Vis 1972-1977

__

__

M-S
M-S
M-S

bl.90 to 2.60%
b2.65 to 2.80%
b2.85 to 3.110%

M-S
M-S

4 Vis
.

1964-1972

4Vis

1973-87 opt

b2.10 to 2.70%

J-J

1972—J-J

b2.75

3.00%

b2.10
b2.95

2.90%
3.05%

b2.25
b3.30

3.25%
3.90%

b2.15
b2.15

State Bldg bonds series B—
2 Vis 1964-1975
M-N
2 Vis 1976-1979
M-N
Independence (Elec Lt Wks Rev)

__

(series II)
.

Vis 1972-1976

2.85%
2.95%

—

Trunk Line
b2.10
b2.10
b2.10
b3.15
b2.10
b2.10
b2.20
b2.20
b2.20

bl.80 to 3.00%
bl.80 to 3.10%

Housing Authority—

—

—

•'I

bl.95 to 3.00%
b2.95 to 3.20%
b3.15 to 3.30%

-A —O
M-S

2s ref 1964-69
1.90s 1964-74

—

Limited Access Highways—
Revenue bonds series I

1964-65
A-O*
2s 1966-76
A-O
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
2y4s 1976-78
A-O

bl.90 to 2.90%
bl.90 to 3.10%

2.30s various 1964-79—-M-S
2.10s various 1964-79
-M-S

__

2.30

__

b2.45
b2.90
b3.15
b3.25

bl.90 to 2.70%

2.10

__

_

bl.90 to 3.30%

Highway Construction series I

98
111

97

1964-66

2.20s
2.20s
__

—

MINNESOTA

2.30s Imp 1970-78
2 Vis 1964-1984

Veteran Bonds—
156s Mar 15 1965 opt 1952__
1 Vis 1964-65
M-S

b2.00 to 2.20%
102 54

Minneapolis—
—

MICHIGAN

256s

110
106

b2.20 to 3.15%

b2.00to3.70%

__

(City)—

iy4s 1964-69

—

3.10

__

b2.00 to 3.10%
b2.00 to 3.60%
b2.10 to 3.70%
b2.10 to 3.60%
b2.20 to 3.30%

9956

Trunk Highway
2.90s 1964-1973
F-A
256s 1964-1977
M-S
State Building—
2.70s 1965-1974
tf-J
3s 1975-1981
-J-J
3.10s 1982-1983
-J-J
State Building ctfs—
3s 1964-1976
F-A
3.50% May 1 1964-1979
Rural Credit Def Fund—
1.70s 1965-1967
-J-3

__

Springfield—
3.10s 1964-1981
J-J
2s new disp 1964-88
M-N
1.60s 1964-81
M-N
IVis St & Sew 1964-79-J-D

_

9956

-F-A
Aeronautics ctfs of indebt—
3.40s July 1 1964-1970

__

—

b2.25 to 3.90%
b2.25 to 3.70%

b2.10 to 4.10%
A-O b2.10 to 4.10%
A-O b2.10 to 4.10%
n

b2.10 to 3.25%

b2.00 to 2.25%

2Vis 1964-1983

256s 1964-67
J-J

bl.90 to 3.65%

-M-S

_

__

of)—

Lynn 2s 1964-69

„

b2.20 to 3.90%
b3.75 to 3.90%

Authority
J-3 b2.20 to 3.30%
J-3 b3.30 to 4.20%
A-O b2.15 to 4.20%

f Flat price,

b2.15 to 3.40%
b2.30 to 3.75%
b2.30 to 3.80%
b2.30 to 3.85%

J-J

Ref 3s-3Vi« 1970-73
optional 1960-61
Saginaw Water Revenue—
156s-lVis-2s 1964-76
M-S
Wavne (County of) —
454s water 1964-65
M-N
4s Wtr 1966-68 opt '65-M-N

3.70

__

J-J

Worcester

MASSACHUSETTS

Rev
'94

—

1)2.15 to 2.90%

b2.20 to 3.30%
b2.20 to 3.35%
b2.20 to 3.35%
b2.10 to 3.70%
b2.20 to 3.30%
b2.10 to 3.60%
b2.15 to 3.80%

__

b2.30 to 2.60%

156s

Mass Authority Turnpike
(ser 1954) 3.30s May 1

__

__

3.70
3.85

„

„

__

(Public
Sch Const) 2s 1964-73—J-J
Montgomery County—

—

3.25

—

1967

Harford County

__

Lexington (Town of)—

.M-N

1968-73
IVis 1969
Baltimore 3V2s 1964-69
3V6s water 1970-1981
156s 1964-72
156s 1976
—
156s 1979
IVis 1964-77
Baltimore County—
IVis 1964-65

b2.10 to 3.50%

Boston—
3s May 1 1992
2 Vis 1964-1968
J-D
2y«s pub ways <5s sewers
1964-73
A-O
IVis May 1 1964-77
iy2s 1964-1976
-J-D
iy4s 1964-78
F-A

1964-1978

bl.90 to 3.20%

opt 3% % to maturity-

_

b2.10 to 3.10%

1964-80

Ref 2Vis 1964-65Ref 256% to 1965

_

Framlngham iTown of)—

b2.20 to 2.65%
b2.70 to 2.90%

-J-3

2.40s

b2.70 to 3.40%
b2.20 to 3.90%

Capital Outlay bonds—
3Mis Oct 1 1964-1979
Metropolitan Water District—
3.60s Oct 1 1964-1989

IVis

Allegany County—
1.90s 1964-74
Anne Arundel County
2y4s 1964-06

Hagerstown 1568

114 s 1964-68
M-S
IVis Met Dist Wat 64-78 3-D

~

1964-75-M-S

102

Royal Oak (City of)-

_

Metropolitan Sewer Loan—

2.20s 1964-71
Gardner (City of)—
2.20s 1964-71—

1Vis-2s-2 Vis-3s

3'/2s-l3/4s-2s

b2.30 to 2.95%
b2.70 to 3.20%
b2.20 to 3.25%
b2.20 to 3.90%

M-S
—J-J
A-O

Fall River (City
2s 1964-80

b2.15 to 2.85%
b2.20 to 2.60%

State Roads Commission
Revenue series E—

b2.20 to 3.80%

,

to 3.05%
to 2.90%

__

101
104

Muskegon (Water Revenue)—

Metropolitan District—
iy4s 1964-69
M-S.
IVis 1964-69
F-A
l%s 1964-72
F-A
2s 1964-1980
J-D
Brockton 156s 1964-70
M-N
Brookline iy2s 1964-79
J-D
Chicopee 2Vis 1964-68
M-N

to 2.90%
to 2.95%

b2.10
b2.10
b2.20
b2.10

__

b2.20 to 3.50%

.J-J

1964-77

Bridge Authority—
Bdge rev ser A 1994—J-3
5Vis Jan 1 1994
Midland (Water Revenues) —
48

b2.15 to 2.55%

_M-N

2s reg 1964-68114s 1964-66—
IVis 1964-69

b3.90 to 3.70%

4Vis

1964-1981

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

Bonds—

Mackinac

Metropolitan Water Loan—

b2.10 to 2.60%
b2.10 to 2.60%

1972
Maine Turnpike Authority—
4s rev ref St ext 1989
J-3
Portland (City of)—
IVis July 1 1964-69

To
Net

b2.20 to 2.50%

Metropolitan Dist Wat Main—

3s 1964-1968
Gen Oblig 2 Vis

Maine

Services Fond—
IVis 1964-65
M-N
2.40s 1964-66
Jf-N
Highway Imp st Met Sew—
2.10s 1964-75
M-N

or

Ask

Veterans'

b2.00 to 2.80%
b2.00 to 2.80%

MAINE

156s Aug 1 1967
Bangor Water 3 Vis

Bid

—

—

__

.—
—

Kansas City—
3%s various 1964-72
3s 1964-75—
2 Vis 1967
2Vis 1970-73
256s 1964-75

H'way (series VII)

5.s 1964-1967
3 Vis
1968-1971
3V6s 1972-1976
3 Vis 1977-1982
3yas 1983-1986
Korean Veterans'—
2'is 1964-1966
IVis 1967-1970

M-N
M-N
M-N

M-N
—M-N

bl.90
b2.60
b2.85
b3.15
b3.30

to 2.45%
to 2.80%
to 3.10%
to 3.25%
to 3.35%

.

-A-O

rev 45is 1.964-79 J-J
Water Works Improvement
156s 1964-67
M-S
St Louis (City of)—
2Vis Feb 1 1964-1977
Water Revenue 1963 issue)
5s 1964-1973

Airport

tf-D
J-D

Detroit—
Public Sewer bonds—
2s Dec 15 1964-65.
2 Vis Dec 15 1966-761
156s Dec 15 1977-78
Pub Sew Pub Imp & Util Ltg
5s 1964-1972
_F-A
4s 1972
F-A
4 Vis 1973
F-A
4s 1973-1978
F-A
4 'As 1979-1982 —
.F-A
F-A
Is 1983-1985

bl.80 to 2.15%

b2.70 to 2.95%

b2.00 to 2.25%
b2.35 to 3.40%
—

—

b2.00 to 2.95%
—

—

_

__

b3.00 to 3.25%
b3.30 to 3.45%
_

—

__

3s 1974-1979

3.90
—

2.90

3.00
__

__

4.15

1980-1992

bl.90 to 3.40%

__

—

b2.70 to 2.90%
b2.15
3.00%
b2.50 to 3.90%
b2.25 to 2.90%

b2.15 to 3.10%
b2.25
2.95%
b3.00 to 3.25%
b3.25 to 3.55%

__

2.40
_

__

__

„

__

_

Springfield—
Public Util Rev series A—
2s 2Vis & 256s '64-69 M-N
Public Util Rev 1955 ser—
2s 1966-72
A-O
—

2

Vis 1973-82

Waterworks Rev

Lsiming (City of) —
Elec Plant 156 s '64-74—M-N

3.20s

—

__

456s 1991-1997

A-O
(1957 sen
M-N

—

b2.15 to 2.70%
b2.50 to 3.15%
b3.15 to 3.55%
—

.'

__

__

__

__

3.90

85

STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS

December, 1963

QUOTATIONS FOB ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963
Yield Basis or T»
Bid
Ask
Net

Bonds—

Highway Improvement—
2Vis series F July 1964-83
Recreation, Conservation etc—

MONTANA

War Veteran's Compensation—*
2 Vis 1964
2Vis 1970
I
Montana (State of)—
1.60s Sep 1 1964-69 opt *59_
___

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

Bonds—

100
b3.00 less

1

b2.60 less

1

4.15s 1965-1968
3s 1969-1983
3.20s 1986-1991
2s 1992

MS
Jf-8
Af-S
MS

North Bergen—

b2.00 to 3.60%
b2.10 to 2.50%
b2.60 to 3.15%
b3.15 to 3.25%
—

__

Refunding of 1945—
2y4s 1964

__

__

—

__

3.85

2y4S 1967
Passaic—
4Vis water 1964-70
Passaic County—

1964-68 opt '58.

1.90s 1964-68
M-N
State Teachers' College—

98

Helena High School District—
2yas Jan 1 1973 opt 1963—
Missoula County Sch Dist—
2.40s Sept 1 1969 opt 1W59__

(Butte) 3%s July 1'73 opt 63
Yellowstone Co S D No 2—
Billings 2,30s Feb 1 1974—

optional 1964

b3.10 less

1

b2.80 less

1

Water Development—
4s 1964-1968
3s 1969-1974

J-D
J-D
_J-D

—

__

Wat Dev Series B—
3 Vis 1968-1971
3s 1972-1977
3.10s 1978-1984

—

1

A-O
A-O
—A-O

3y4S 1985-1988

b2.25 to 3.25%
b3.35 to 3.70%

4Vis gen imp 1964-79—_A-0

„

__

__

2.25
2.65

__

2%s 1964-71
J-J
Western System Revenue—
First Issue of 1947—
2V*t 1964-71
J-J
Western System Revenue—
Issue of 1950—
IVis 1964-80
J-V

4y4s school 1964-67—

Sewage Disp Sys
3 Vis 1964-93

b2.25 to 3.35%
b3.45 to 3.65%
—

—

b2.40 to 3.25%
b3.35 to 4.00%
b2.20 to 3.25%

__

3.05
3.20

—

—

__

—

3.20

3Vis 1964-89

b2.25 to 3.65%

b2.25 to 3.65%

b2.35 to 4.00%

b2.25 to 4.10%

Omaha (City of)—
Pub Pow Dist (Elec Rev)
Issued in 1949—
2s 1964-69
F-A
2y4s 1970-79
F-A
Pub Pow Dist (Elec Rev)
Issued in 1950—

99Vi
99%

100%
100
b2.30 to 3.40%

2'/2s

F-A
F-A

—

__

—

__

__

1964-651

Camden—
4Vis water 1964-69
4s 1964-70
Ref 3.40s 1967-70
Camden Countv—

J-D
J-D

b2.10 to 2.35%
b2.50 to 3.35%
b3.40 to 3.75%

J-D

J-D
J-D
J-ZJ

Af-N
J-D

4'As
1964-70
T-J
4s 1964-68
Camden (Housing Author) —
5: Vis June 1989——
Clifton 3s 1964-75
F-A
2y4s 1964-78
—M-N
East

b2.50 to 3.25%
b3.15 to 3.£

Elizabeth—
2Vis 1964-1978
6s

b2.10 to
b2.80 to
bi.15 to
b3.50 to

South Jersey Port

_J-D
A-O

b2.00 to 3.20%
bl.70 to 3.15%
bl.70 to 2.90%
bl.70 to 2.75%
b2.00 to 3.40%

Af-N
MS

b2.00 to 3.25%
b2.00 to 3.00%

J-D

_J-D

3.10%
3.50%

Tenafly

Turnpike 2Vis 1964-1983—Af-S

Manchester—
1 Via Aug 1 1964-68

b2.10 to 2.80%
b2.25 to 3.05%
b2.80 to 3.05%
b2.10 to 2.85%
b2.10 to 2.65%

NEW

A-O
M-N

b2.00 to 3.75%
b2.00 to 3.85%

b2.10 to 3.00%

M-S

b2.10 to 2.50%

J-D

4s

b2.10 to 3.20%

1964-1978

1964-69
4y4s 1964-1967
4s
1964-1987

A-O
—J-D
J-D

Hospital 2.60s 1964-76—M-N

»

b2.00 to 2.50%
b2.60 to 2.70%
b2.90 to 3.15%
b3.15 to 3.25%
—

Water 2.60s 1964-76
Water Series D—

b2.00 to 3.75%

-

__

__

3.30

State Higher Educatlon-J-J

D & E 1988—J-J

Turnpike Authority—
Rev 3.20 ('51 Issue) '86__J-J
Revenue 3 Vis Jan 1 1985
344s 2nd series 1988
J-J
3e 2nd series B 1988
_J-J
2.80s 2nd series B 1988

J-J

Highway Extension—
4Vis ser B of '30 July *84-67
3 Vis ser C of '30 Nov '64-69
Institutional Construction—

3Vis series A July 1964-66—
4y2s series B July 1964-67—
4s series C April 1964-69
2Vis ser D May 1964-70
1.20s Nov 1 1964-65—
tBid

price to option date,




96
105

iooy4
94Vi
92

100

100 y2
ioiy4
97
95

b2.00 to 2.40%

a

to 2.35%
to 2.40%
to 2.60%

to 2.70%
to 2.60%

Less 1.

Kearny—
water 1964-70
1964-70
2.45s 1964-85
1964-69

4s 1964-1967
Middlesex (Borough)—
3 lis 1964-67
Montclair 2Vis 1964-70
Morrlstown—
4s 1964-69

b2.00 to 2.60%

b2.00
b2.00
b2.00
b2.00
b2.25

to 3.25%

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

b2.20
b2.20
b2.20
b2.20

to
to
to
to

2.90%
3.00%
3.60%

b Basis,

Newark 6s

1964-72
4yas 1964-83
4s 1964-1970
3.10s April 1 1964-77

3.50%

N

J-D

b2.20 to 2.70%

J-J

Af-N

b2.20 to 3.00%
b2.20 to 3.10%

Af-N

b2.20 to 2.90%

Af-S
F-A

b2.20
b2.20
b2.20
b2.20
b2.20
b2.20

-J- D

A-O

23As Jan 15 1964-76
T-3
2.40s 1964-1974
M-N
2 Vis 1964-1968
_J-J
2.20s 1964-1967
J-D
1.60s Aug 15 1964-70—

Housing Authority—
3Vis 1964-1997

A-O

__

d Less

—

b2.15 to 2.35%

Af-S

M-S
MS

——

M-N

1963

J-J
J-J

Tf-J
J-J
J-J

.—

—

b2.15 to 3.15%

—

2y2s June

2.60s June 1

1

1977-78

2.70s June 1 1980-81
2 Vis June 1 1982-84

to 3 50%
to 2. 95%
to 3. 25%
to 3. 35%.
to 3, 30%
b2.20 to 3. 00%
b2.20 to 3. 00%
b2.20 to 3. 40%
__

1V<».

g

b2.20 to 2.95%
b2.20to2.85%

Less Vi.

f Flat prlee.

y2

b2.90 to 3.10%

b2.15 less

»/4

b2.15 less
b2.40 less

y4
%

b3.75 less

iy4

—

b2.50 to 2.85%
b2.90 to 3.05%

—

—
__

par

b3.15 to par

bParto3.35%
bPar to 3.45%

—
—

par

96

97

107

108

b2.30 to
b2.80 to

2.70%
3.10%

b3.20 to 3.35%
106 Ya
109 Ya

107 Vi
HI

103 Vi

105 Ya

—

—

—

__

—

97 y4

(2nd issue)

Thruway Authority—
3.10s July 1 1994
4.15s July 1 1996
Thruway Authority—
2*is 1970-79
2.70s July 1

b2.40 less
b2.40 less

b2.60 less
Vi
b2.80 less 1
b2.90 less 1
b3.00 to 3.05%
b3.10 to 3.45%
b3.40 to 3.50%

1975

Thruwav Authority
2Vis Oct 1 1971
2yas Oct 1 19752.60s 1976
2.70s 1977-1978
2 Vis
1979-1980
234s 1981-1984

Ya
Vi
y4
3s

bl.95 less
b2.15 less
b2.30 less

J-J

Y Thruway Authority—
State Guaranteed—
2Vis June 1 1971
2Vis June 1 1973—

—

to 3 20%

b2.20 to 3.40%

Tf-J

Gen Revenue series B—
2 Vis 1964-69

4lis sch & wat '64-69—J-D
4'is 1964-67
J-D
Less W.

b2.05 to 2.25%

March 1 1967

__

Brunswick—

c

2.30

Southern State Pkwy Rev—
Jones Beach State Pkwy
Auth 2Vis Nov 1 1988.

Maplewood (Township)—

__

2.20

__

Power Author 3.20s 1985—J-J
General Revenue series F—
4;20s Jan 1 2006
J-J
General revenue series G—
4s
1965-1969
J-J
3 Vis 1970-1974
J-J
4s
1975-1979
J-J
General revenue series H—
4V8s Jan 1 2006
4%s Jan 1 2006
;—
General revenue series J
3Vis Jan 1 2006-

to 3.20%
to 3.05%
to 3.85%
to 3.90%

b3.20 to 4.00%

__

98
107

99
99 Vi

M-N

b2.20
b2.30
b2.30
b2.30
b2.20

Authority 1st ser—
3y4S 1966-1992
J-J

__

2.95

—

3Via aeries C 1988..—J-J
aer

b2.00 to 2.40%
b2.50 to 2.60%
b2.70 to 2.85%

—

YORK

Bridge Revenue series of

b2.10 to 3.20%
b2.10 to 2.90%

Sewer

Linden
1.60s

bl.90 to 2.85%

3s 1971-1974
3.10s 1975
3 Vis 1976-1979
3.30s 1980-1983
3.40s
1984-1987
3 Vis 1988-1989

b2.20 to 3.50%

4Vis
5 Vis

—

—

J-D

4s 2004
—

__

__

—

—

2.40%

Heusing Finance Agency
General housing loan '61 A

b2.30 to 2.80%

M-N

2s 1964-71

3.35

bl.70 to 2.50%
bl.70 to 2.40%
bl.70 to 2.70%

bl.75 to

5s 1967-1970

Af-N
Af-N

5s

__

__

A-O

Highway Improvement—
4 Vis March 1 1965
4s
Sept 1 1965

b2.00 to 2.75%

Hudson County—
4Vis 1964-78
2.65s 1964-70

__

bl.75 to 2.00%

.

-J-J
4s
Jan 1 1967—
Barge Canal 5s 1971
-J-J
Grade Crossing Elimination—
1.50s 1969-71 opt 1968—J-D

Jersey City—

b2.00 to 3.10%

bl.60 to 2.40%
bl.60 to 2.25%
bl.60 to 2.55%
bl.60 to 3.30%

A-O

State Canal Improvement—
4Vis Jan 1 1964
J-J
—J-J
4Vis Jan 1 1965.
T-J
4s
Jan 1 1966—

b2.00 to 2.50%

State-Guar Parkway aer A—
3s
1964-85
J-J
244a 1936-88
J-J
8tate Guar Parkway aer B
3s 1964-68
tf-J
2V4» 1969-71
T-J
2 Via 1972-77
J-J
244a 1978-83
J-J
2 Via 1984-83
J-J

bl.60 to 2.50%

Albuquerque—
2y4s 1964-70

b2.10 to 3.50%

Hackensack 3s 1964-66
Hamilton (Township)—

NEW JERSEY

bl.60 to 2.35%

-A-O

Building Institution—
IVis July 1 1964-65

b3.65 to 3.50%
b2.10 to 3.00%
b2.10 to 3.50%

4y4s Mun Bldg 1964-70.F-A
IVis sch dist 1964-85
M-S
Gloucester City—
5y4s water 1964-66
M-S

Highway Auth (Garden
State Parkway) —

_M-N

NEW MEXICO

Glen Ridge—

b2.00 to 2.60%

J-D

bl.60 to 2.55%
bl.60 to 2.35%.
b2.45 to 3.50%

Highway Debentures—
2.30s Mar 1 1965
2 Vis Mar 1 1966
Severance Tax—
2s July 1 1964-65

Af-S
T-J

b2.00 to 3.40%

Concord (City of) —
4Via U T D 1964-65

1964-67

b2.00 to 3.15%

J-D
J-D
F-A

1964-74

1.20s

b2.00 to 2.60%

b2.10 to 2.75%
b2.10 to 3.00%

1964-90

sewer

A-O

3.65%

—J-D
—A-O

1964-72

3Vis

District—

Marine Terminal—
4 Vis 1964-1973
South Orange—
4 Vis
1964-70
4 Vis 1964-1967

Westfield—
4 Vis 1964-66
West New York—
4Vis Oct 1 1964-68—

2.70%

Orange—

4Vis 1964-1969
3s school 1964-74

1.40s

4Via

b2.00 to 3.45%
b2.40 to 3.30%
bl.65 to 2.40%

F-A

b2.60 to 3.35%

?

1.70s 1964-87
M-N

4s 1964-1967.
3 Via 1968-1970
3%a 1971-1973
3.40s 1974-1975
Revenue

F-A

Lnlon County—
2.80s June 1 1964-1965
Union Township School Dist—
4 Vis 1964-68
T-J
2.40s Sch Dist 1964-67—J-D
Weehawken 3 Vis 1964-70—J-J

b2.30 to 3.85%

3.60s 1990-1997
—J-D
Bloomfield 4 Vis 1964-1968.J-D

b2.35 to 3.00%
b3.10 to 3.60%

HAMPSHIRE

1964-76
1964-68

bl-85 to 2.70%

b2.30 to 2.85%

Af-N

—

2 Vis 1966-76
2.70s 1977-89
Sewer System series F
6s
1964-1968
3 Vis 1969-1974
3 Vis 1975-1989

__

__

F-A

B)

tser

Essex County—

1.60s
1.70s

A-O
F-A

2V4s gen fd & ref '64-68 F-A
2Vis ref 1964-66
A-O
2tta Em House 1964-71-M-N
l'/ss 1964-74
J-D

Sewer Authority

__

_

1%S 1964-1980
Highway—

bl.60 to 2.50%

Rldgewood 4 Vis 1964-68—Af-N

Trenton—
3s gen imp
3s 1964-70

Bergen County—

3.00

Loup River Pub Pow Dist—
Elec rec ref St impr ser C

3 Vis Nov l 1964-88_
2.90s 1964-1993
2.80s
1964-1983
2.60s
1964-1977

bl.75 to 2.70%

1.20s 1964-1969
Perth Amboy—
5s Feb 1964-77
Plainfield IVis 1964-70

__

First Issue of 1949—

NEW

—J-J

Paterson—
4 Vis 1964-1968

Bayonne—
Consumer Pub Power Dist—
Consol Eastern System and
Western System bonds—
2s 1964-69
J-J
IVis 1970-71
J-J
2V*s Jan 1972
J-J
1st Issue of 1951—
1 Vis 1964-67
J-J
1Vis 1968-81
J-J
First Issue of 1948—
2Vis 1964-71
J-J

1964-72

100
96

__

b2.50 to 2.65%
b2.70 to 3.00%
b3.00 to 3.15%

A-O

Atlantic City—
Ref bonds of 1944
3'As 1964-67.
3s Dec 1 '67 opt '48 to '54

NEBRASKA

__

b2.00 to 2.50%
b2.60 to 2.80%

3y4s 1975-1979
3 Vis 1980-1984 'opt '75—J-D

100 Vi

b3.10 less

Central Neb Pub Power and
Irrigation Dist Elec Rev—
2%s 1964-72
Af-S
2 Vis 1973-77
MS

b2.00 to 2.90%

IVis 1964-65
F-A
IVis 1966-68 opt 1965—F-A

Silver Bow County S D No 1—

1973-80

99 Vi
95

State Institution Constr—

2s and 2'As June 20

2s

J-D
.J-D

_J-D

4Vis 1964-1970

Cascade School District No 1
(Great Falls)—

IVis

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

Bonds—

1994

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

J-J

J-J
J-J

b2.60 less
Vi
b2.90 less 1
b2.95 less 1
b2.95 to 3.00%
b3.05 to 3.10%
b3.15 to 3.30%
92 Ya
108 Vi

93 Ya
109 Ya

b2.40 to 3.00%

b3.00 to 3.50%
80
82

—

__

—

__

—

—

STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS

86

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963
Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

Bonds—

Thruway Authority—
Gen Revenue series
6s 1966-1968
5 Vis 1969
3%s 1970-1973
3.90s 1974-1979

—J-3

b2.60 to 2.80%
b2.90 less
%
b2.85to3.10%
b3.20 to 3.80%

—J-J

—

—7-3

—

—J-3

Thruway Authority—
Gen Revenue series
3.60s July 1 1996.
6S" 1967-1970
3s 1971
3.10s 1972
3%s 1973-1977
3.30s 1978-1979
3.40s
1980-1985

101

Vi

b2.70
b2.90
b2.95
b3.15
b3.40
b3.55

_J-J
J-3

103
to 2.90%
less 1
less 1
to 3.35%
to 3.45%
less IVi

—

_

—

2'/is 1985-89

b3.40 to 3.45%
b3.50 less 1 Vi
b3.50 less IVi
b3.55 less 1

J-J

1990
1991-92

2Vis

1993-95

J-3
-J-3
:

J-3

__

—

2.70s

1

Jan

1

1985-91
1992-93

b3.50 less

Thruway Author (6th issue)
3s Jan 1 1985J-3
3.05s Jan 1 1986
—J-3
3.15s Jan 1 1987_
„J-3
3.20s Jan 1 1988-90—
1-3
3.15s Jan 1 1991
J-3
3.10s Jan 1 1992-957-3

b3.20
b3.25
b3.30
b3.30
b3.30
b3.35

less

1

iy4
iy4

Thruway Auth (7th issue) —
3 Vis 1985-1990
3.40s 1991-1992
3.45s 1993-1995

J-3
J-3

-J-3

3 Vis Jan 15 1976.
3 Vis July 1 1975

-

1.90s

b3.10 to 3.20%
b3.30 less I Vi

b3.30 less

b3.95
b3.90
b3.55
b3.70
b2.60
b3.15
b3.40
b3.65
b3.00

b3.l5
b3.25
b3.10

b2.40

Jan

Albany
4 Vis
4 Vis
3 Vis
2y4s
1.70s

—

—J-D

Onondaga

IVi

—

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

3s

/

3.05%
3.35%
3.50%
2.90%
3.00%
3.10%
2.95%
2.25%

Bingham ton 4 Vis 1964-71-A-O
Buffalo—
4 Vis 1964-1967
A-O
3.10s Sept 1 1964-1993-AT-S
2.90s 1964-1975
1.70s 1964-1981

Various

purposes
1964-1976

2.70s

Sewer Authority—
2.10s ser I 1964-67

l%s

ser

J 1965-66

Erie County—
2%s gen imp 1964-83

M-N
J-D
J-J

M-S

F-A

J-J

Feb 1 1989—;
Oct. 1 1994—.
Nov 1 1991
Oct 1 1993
1

;

1987

3.90%
3.85%
3.70%

3.60%
3.60%

bl.50
bl.50
bl.50
bl.50

to
to
to
to

bl.50
bl.50
bl.50
bl.50

3 Vis

3%s

1986
May 1 1994
Dec 1 1993
May 1 1988
Sept 1 1993
3s May 1 1986

2.95%
2.30%
3.05%
3.55%

108
101
100
98 y4
98 Vi
96 y2
100
99 vi

—

__

2.00

Air Terminal—
2Vis Oct 1 1979
Air & Marine Terminal—
2.20s Dec 1 1980
General & Refunding—
2s Aug 15 1974

—

IVis April 1 1985

—

IVis March 1 1986

b2.00 to 3.25%

—

—

—

—

3.60s wtr May 1 '64-91-M-N
3.60s gen imp 2-1-64-89-F-A
3s sewer May 1 '64-69-M-N
l%s sewer Jun 1 '64-76-J-D

—

b2.10 to 2.60%
b2.25 to 2.50%

b2.00 to 3.25%

b2.00 to 3.50%
b2.00 to 2.60%

b2.00 to 2.70%

b2.00 to 3.50%

b2.00 to 3 .45%

b2.00 to 3 .45%
b2.00 to 3 40%
b2.00 to 3 35%
b2.00 to 3 .40%
b2.00 to 3 .80%
bl.90 to 3 85%

a




r

b Basis

b2.00 to 3 75%
b2.00 to 3 ,75%
b2.00 to 3 90%
b2.10 to 4 00%

d Less

b2.00 to 2.25%
b2.00 to 2.85%
IVi.

n

J-J

—

2.75

bl.50 to 3.25%
bl.50 to 1.95%
b2.00 to 2.35%

—

—

_

102 Vi

101 y2
101

—

V

—

F-A
M-N
A-O

A-O
1953—
M-N

1

Nominal.

bl.60
bl.60
bl.60
bl.60
bl.60
b2.65

to 2.40%
to 3.00%
to 2.80%
to 2.05%
to 2.70%
to 3.20%

M-N

bl.95 to 3.10%
b2.75 to 3.30%

(City of)—
Municipal Improvement—
2 Vis 1964-78
F-A
2%s i979-83
F-A

93

85

M-N
M-N

bl.55 to 3.00%
b3.10 to 3.30%

Durham

98 y2

87

94%
94
97
90 y2

Durham

(County of) —
IViS 1964-1969

87 Vi

87 Vi

96Vi

Elisabeth City (pub
3 Vis 1964-67

J-D

98 Vi

bl.60 to 2.80%

imp)—
A-O
A-O

3s 1968-70

73
69

b2.10 to 3.00%
b2.75 to 3.10%

High Point (refunding)—

bl.50
bl.50
bl.50
bl.50

to
to
to
to

bl.60 to 2.30%

b2.40 to 2.65%
bl.65 to 2.50%

3%s

3.40%
3.35%
2.40%
3.45%

1964-69

Klnston (El Lt & Street Imp)
2 Vis 1964—68
J-D
2s 1967-71
J-D

Schenectady County—
3s hosp bldg Jul 1 '64-89 J-J

13/4s

bl.50 to 3.10%

bl.50 to 3.35%

bl.50 to 2.85%

1964-83

M-N

3 Vis 1970-75
M-N
5s water ser 1964-68-.—J-D

62

Syracuse—
2.20s hway 3-1-64-72

—

1 1976_

M-S

:

bl.60 to 2.20%

bl.70 to 2.35%
b2.50 to 2.90%

-J-D
J-D

1964-1965

2s 1966-75

bl.65 to 2.10%
b2.05 to 3.25%

A-O

bl.60 to 2.10%

A-O

bl.60 to 2.40%

WaT.er and sewer bonds—
2 Vis 1964-70
J-J
2 Vis 1971-80
J-J

bl.70 to 2.50%
b2.90 to 3.45%

Raleigh 4Vis 1964-67
1964-70

3s

—

Rocky Mount—
2.05
b2.10
b2.30
b2.60
b2.90

to
to
to
to

2.20%
2.50%
2.80%
3.25%

Wilmington—
Water

imp Apr 1 1964-88—M-S
3%s May 1 1964-78—M-N
Tonawanda (Town)—
3 Vis Apr 1 1964-86—A-O
3.10s sew Jun 1 1964-76-J-D
Tonawanda City S D—
3 Vis Jun 1 1964-86
J-D
Triborough Bridge & Tunnel
Authority Revenue—
2 Vis July l 1965
2 Vis July 1 19672Vis July 1 1969
—
3 Vis Jan 1 1985
3%s Jan 1 1985

Works

Extension—

3%s-2s-lVis 1964-80—A-O
Wilson (Town of)—
2 Vis 1964-65
bl.60 to 3.40%

bl.60 to 3.00%
bl.50 to 3.40%
bl.50 to 3.00%

bl.50 to 3.40%

b2.40
b2.65
b2.95
102 Vi
103 Vi
106%

—

2 Vis 1964-78

A-O

——A-O

__

_

Winston-Salem—
4 Vis 1964-73

M-N

1

refunding

1964-68
J-J
l%s refunding 1969-73-A-O

2s

2.25%
2.50%
2.85%
103%
103%
107 Vi

OHIO

bl.50 to 3.20%

2.90s serially to 1977—-A-O

bl.50 to 3.10%
bl.50 to 3.00%
bl.50 to 3.05%

Korean Conflict Compensation
3s May 15 1964-72

Watertown—
2.70s Apr 1 1964-76
-A-O
1.60s sch Jan 1 1964-79-J-J

bl.50 to 3.00%
bl.00 to 3.60%

Watertown City S D—
3.20s sch Nov 1 '64-87—M-N

bl.50 to 3.40%

1985

Troy—
1 1964-82
M-N
Mar 1 1964-79—M-S
4s water Mar 1 1964-77-M-S

bl.60 to 2.50%
bl.60 to 2.20%
b2.10 to 3.05%

-w

3.70s May

1

bl.70 to 2.00%
bl.70 to 3.25%

w

General Obligations—
Construction—
3 Vis
1964-1966
3s
1967-1971
2.85s 1972-1974

4s Jan

bl.70 to 3.50%

bl.50 to 3.35%

3 Vis

95

M-S

_

_

101 Vi

99%

Syracuse Housing Authority—

Hempstead-

M-N

—

bl.80 to 2.50%

Buncombe County—
23/is-4s gen ref July

98

F-A

1

4s

New Rochelle—
4 Vis 1964-65
1.80s 1964-68

b2.30 to 2.40%

J-V
J-J

4%s 1964-70
4Vis 1964-79
3s 1964-77
2 Vis 1964-66
2 Vis 1964-72
2 Vis 1973-80
Issues dated Nov
2 y8S 1965-75
2%S 1976-85

Tonawanda (City)—

1964-80
1.60s 1964-89

—

Macklenburg County-

Schenectady City S D—

—

2s

1.80

__

_

102 Vi

Schenectady—
—

b$k00 to 3.65%

1964-79.

„

bl.90 to 2.65%

IVis April 1 1964-66

—

F-A

imp

3.10%
3.00%
3.25%
2.95%

101%

98%

71
67
60

13/4s April 1 1985

Syracuse New Hsg Auth—
3y2s Dec 1 1964-2000
J-D

2.10s

to
to
to
to

Asheville—
2%s-4s gen ref July 1 1976_

102 Vi
101 Vi

91

1984

—

3.90s 1964-1989
3.60s 1964-1990
3 Vis 1964-87
3.40s 1964-85
3.20s 1964-1992
3.10s 1964-1991
2Vis revenue 1975,
2 Vis 1964-82

bl.50
bl.50
bl.50
bl.50

1949

2s 1967-70

110

97
92V2
92 Vi
95
88 y2
86 '
86

b2V00 to 2.65%

Nassau County4.20 s 1964-86

M-N

IVis 1964-81
l%s 1964-66

98
96%
96% —98

1

2%s Sept 1

,—

to 2.50%
to 3.30%
to 3.10%
to 3.75%

'4Vis school 1964-72——M-N

—

Secondary road of Jan 1 '51

to 3.30%
to 3.45%

bl.50 to 2.80%

1982—
2.90s,Dec 1 1983
2%s April 1 1985 _.

b2.00 to 3.70%
b2.00 to 2.60%

Mamaroneck 3.90s 1964-68-J-J
Mineola (V) 4.40s 1964-68_J-J
Mount Vernon—

_

bl.50 to 3.15%

bl.95 to 2.65%
M-N

1965
1966-1979

Road bonds dated July 1
l%s Jan 1 1968-69
Secondary Road—
IVis Jan 1 1965-69
l%s Jan 1 1970.

to 3.00%
to 3.30%

3%s
3%s
3%s
3y4s

1964-67—J-J
Central High Sch Dist No 1

Union Free School District
No 16 2.20s 1964-72—J-J

—

bl.50 to 3.35%

Charlotte—

—

2.80s 1964-84

l%s April 1 1965-70
Capital Improvement—

Authority

b2.00 to 2.25%

Hempstead 2.30s

—

NORTH CAROLINA

4.00%

b3.70

—

sewer

97
99i/4

b3.75

b2.10 to 2.65%

1964-66

—A-O
Greenburgh Un Sch Dis No 9
4.40s 1964-1965
-J-D

2.20s

_

105

b4.00
b3.95
b3.80

3.40s Sept 1

b2.00 to 3.10%

b2.00
b2.00
b2.00
b2.20

—

3.25%
2.90%
2.95%

102

b4.10

Ref 1st issue series A—
2.10s Aug 15 1965
2s Aug 15 1966-67
2.10s Aug 15 1968-70-.—
2s Aug 15 1971-73
2.10s Aug 15 1974-79

Freeport—

IO71/2

96

3%s Oct 1 1987

2%s Feb

M-N

104

1081/2

County—

3.40s Feb

b2-00 to 2.65%
b2.00 to 2.75%
—

Yonkers—
—A-O
4s July 1 1964-79
3.90s June 1 1964-77— —A-O
2%s May 1 1964-78. —A-O
3%s Aug 1 1964-76— —A-O

1081/4

96
98

highway Feb 1 64-76-F-A

3%s
3"Vis
3 Vis
3.40s

b2.00 to 2.80%

„

2.90%

1001/2
98 Y*
97

97y4

Consolidated—
4y4s Oct 1 1989

3.85%
3.80%
3.40%
3.60%
2.50%

(City of)—
1964-69
1964-70
1964
1964-73
1964-79

to
to
to
to

__

Albany County—
1964-68

1964-78

1

3s Nov

1.90s

110
109 y2

bl.50
bl.50
bl.50
bl.50

110

City Housing Auth—

Port of New York

Various purposes—
IVis Dec 1 1996/88.
l3/4s June 15 1990—
2y4s Dec 1 1985
2 Vis Dec 1 1990/88—
2 Vis Dec 1 1970..:
2 Vis Jan 15 1978—_
2 Vis Jan 15 1985—
2 Vis Jan 15 1991.
3s July 1 1979
3s July 1 1983
3s July 1 1995
3 Vis March 15 19814s March 1 1967

1061/2
103%
111
110 Vi

3s June 1 1980
3s Feb 1 1979
3s Jan 1 1977
234s July 15 1969

Niagara Falls—
-A-O
3.10s Apr 1 1964-78.
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
Niagara Falls City S D—
3.10s Apr 1 1964-78
A-O
2.90s Apr 1 1964-87
A-O
2.30s Mar 1 1964-83
M-S

1
1
1

less
less
less
less

110

108 Vi
108
107
103
106 y2
106
103
100 1/2
98V2

May 1 1977

Westchester County—
3.20s Oct 1 1964-81— —A-O
—M-S
2.30s Sept 1 1964-83
4s June 1 1964-80
—J-D
4Vis June 1 1964-81— —J-D
2.10s Oct 1 1964-81— —A-O
J-J
2.70s July 1 1964-81-.

114i/4

109
109
108 »/2

2s March 1 1990-2000
2y4s March 1 1990-2000
2 Vis May 1 1985-1995
23/4s June 1 1991-1999
3s June 1 1986-1990
4s Jan 1 1995-1997

1V4

less

102ya

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

Bonds—

Issues dated Oct 1 1950—

b3.30 to 3.40%
b3.45 less 1 Vi

23/4s Jan 1 1994-95

112 Vi
108 Vi
105 Vi

33/4s July 1 1975

New York

Thruway Author (4th issue)
2%s Jan

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

i

New York City (various)4 Vis Dec 1 1979
4 Vis Dec 15 1971
4Vis July 1 1967
4 Vi s June 1 1965
4Vis March 1 1981
4V»s Nov 15 1978
4Vis Jan 1 1977
4%s Feb 15 1976
4%s June 1 1974.
4%s April 15 1972
4Vis April 1 1966
4s Oct 1 1980
4s

—

Thruway Author (3rd issue)
2.45s
2.60s

Bonds—

—

—J-D
—J-D
J-D

b2.00 to 2.30%
b2.40 to 2.65%
b2.70 to 2.80%

b2.00 to 2.70%

Turnpike Revenue No 1—
3 Vis June 1 1992
Akron
3s

97%

98%

__

(City of)—

var

purpose

'64-83—M-N

b2.10 to 3.50%

—

8?

STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS

December, 1963

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963

Yield Basis

OREGON

Cincinnati—
5s July 1 1965

J-J

2Y<s Sept 1 1964-76
2s school 1964-72
2s 1964-90

M-S
M-S

.

IVis water wks 1964-70-M-S
IVis school 1964-73
M-S
Limited tax improvement
2yas 1964-78
M-S
Unlimited tax bonds—
3y«s 1964-1984
J-D
3 '/as 1964-1989
J-D
Cleveland—
5 Vis 1964-1970
4s

W

w

Bonds—

Net

2.00%

b2.10
hi.90 to
bl.90 to
bl.90 to
b2.00 to
b2.00 to

Highway iyas 1964-71
Highway series 1953 "B"

__

3.15%
3.25%
3.50%
3.20%

__

2y4s

__

State

__

bl.90 to 3.30%

__

bl.90 to 3.20%
bl.90 to 3.35%

J-D
tf-D

M-S

2%s 1964-1983

2 Vis 1964-1973
M-S
IVis 1964-72
M-jV
iyas 1964-1971
M-S
Waterworks Extension—
1st mtge revenue
2s 1964-1965 ,
F-A

Aug 1

2y4s 1966-72

—

bl.90 to 3.60%
bl.90 to 3.00%
bl.90 to 3.25%
bl.90 to 3.35%

IVis

b2.10 to 3.50%
b2.10 to 3.30%

Dayton 2y4s Nov 1 1964-73__
IVis S D bldgs *64-72—Af-N

Franklin^County Is '64-68-M-S

Lima (City)
S D—
2y4s imp 1964-72—
Marion (City of)—
Is and iy4S 1964-71

__

series M 1964-65
M-S
1.45s series N 1966-67
F-A
Delaware River Port Auth—
3 Vis 1st ser rev 1983
J-D

b2.10 to 3.35%

__

b2.10 to 3.20%
b2.10 to 3.25%

__

3.40s 1965-66
3 Vis
1967-74-;
3.70s 1975-83
11th Series—

—

—

3y4s

__

b2.20 to 2.35%
O2.40 to 2.85%
b2.20 to 3.70%

—

J-J
J-J

3.20s 1979-1982
3.30s 1983-1986
J-V
Okla Turnpike Authority—
3Vis 1990
—F-A
4Vis July 1 2001——
Eastern Turnpike ser A Rev

__

b2.35
b2.60
b3.05
b3.35

to
to
to
to

J-J
J-J
J-J

3V4s 1978-1981

J-J
J-J
J-J

3y4s 1965-1971
3%s 1972-1975 opt '73

3.60

State Highway & Bridge
Series of 1952—

__

__

__

__

__

110

.

b2.45 to 3.40%

__

Turnpike Revenue—

bl.50 to 2.30%
b2.35 to 3.25%
b2.00 to 2.45%

t Bid

for

__




:

—

__

2.55

bl.50 to 2.20%

Par

—

—

term

1988

3.45%

J-D

_

4.45

b275~0

to 3.95%
b4.15 to 4.55%
—

_

b3.15 to 3.60%
99

__

3.60
__

b2.35 to 4.05%

b2.90 to 4.35%

—

b4.35 to 4.55%

—

b2.30 to 3.10%
b3.20 to 4.10%

—

__

J-J
J-J

b2.10 to 3.15%
_

—

3.15
3.20
3.25

1977-78—.J-J

b3!30to3.35%
bPar to 3.45%

—

par

1.80s of '51 A '64-71-J-J
Pub Parking Authority
Project A Rev ser A—

A-O

3yas 1981

—

__

b2.30 to 3.00%
b3.50 to 4.10%
_

—

__

__

b2.60 to

3.25%

b3.25 to 4.00%
b2.30 to 3.00%
b3.20 to 3.30%

b3.30 to 3.90%

3.45
„

__

4.40
4.50
__

—

__

__

__

b2.30 to 3.55%
b2.30 to 4.00%

b2.35 to 3.95%
b2.50 to 3.80%
b2.10
b2.10
b2.10
b2.10
b2.20

to
to
to
to

2.50%

2.70%
2.80%
2.90%

to 3.00%
b2.00 to 3.20%

b2.10 to 2.5CL%

—

91

„

Westmoreland County

(Mun Auth of)—
Watei

1964-68
2.70s 1968-72
2 Vis 1973-76

b2.10
b2.50
b2.75
b3.10
b3.25

to
to
to
to

2.65%
3.00%
3.20%
to 3.40%

Water5

Williamsport Munic
Authority (Water rev-ser *A)
l%s 1964-68
IVis 1969-79

100 Vi

99
96 Vi

99 Vi
97 y4

imp

1964-70

b2.20
b3.00
b3.40
b3.60

to 3.00%
to 3.30%
to 3.55%

to 3.80%

b2.30 to 3.10%
b3.20 to 3.75%
b2.20 to 3.50%

T-D

F-A

b2.20 to 3.10%

M-S

b2.25
2.15%
b3.15 to 3.05%
b2.80 to 2.70%
b2.30 to 2.75%

__

—

RHODE ISLAND

—

—

—

—

b4.35 to 4.50%-

961/2

iy4s

3.10

4.25

1013/4
97 Vi
101 Vi

J-J
-J-J

2s 1964-1975
York School District—
—

b3.60 to 3.75%

101

J-J

revenues

2%s

2.35%

__

series A—
--J-J
J-J
J-J

2.80s 1977-85

b2.25 ta£.35%
b2.45 to 2.75%
b2.80 to 3.00%

charit Inst
4s June 1 1977
4s

1965-

T-D

4Vis bridge 1970
F-A
IV2S Dec 1 1964-66
State of Rhode Island
and Providence Plantation
3y4s 1964-85
M-S
2 Vis 1964-74
A-O
2s 1964-75
J-D
Highway 2s 1964-72
M-N
Cranston IVis 1964-83
2 Vis series G 1964-74
4s 1964-66
4Vis Mar 15 1964-78

A-O
F-A

tf-J
M-S

b2.00
b2.00
b2.00
b2.00
b2.25
b2.10
b2.10
b2.10

to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to

__

__

__

__

3.40%
3.35%

3.45%
3.30%
3.90%
3.40%
2.40%
3.40%

Newport—

Allegheny Co—
1967-1978
M-S
2%s 1964-1984
-M-N
2Vis May 1 Kftk-1970.
l%s 1964-1972
M-N
l%s 1964-1980
.-M-N
IVis 1964-1965
M-S

IVis 1964-1974
Allentown l%s 1964-76
S D Is 1964-1974

Authority—

Water rev 2s 1964-69

maturity,

3:25%
3.30%

b3.25 to 3.30%
b3.35 to 3.40%
b3.40 to 3.45%
b3.45 to 3.50%
b3.50 to 3.60%

(1954)

Allentown

b2.25 to 2.40%
b2.00 to 2.50%

3.15%

M-JV
M-JV
M-JV
M-JV

2 Vis

Par

bpar to 3.30%

2.95%

b2.15 to 3.05%

M-JV
M-JV
M-JV

__

_

—

bpar to 3.15%
__

2.40%

M-N
M-JV

ser 1993
J-D
2.90s western ext 1986—J-D
Delaware River Extension—
2Vis June 1 1970——
3s June 1 1982

3.10s

__

J-J

Philadelphia School District—
2Vis impt 1964-73
M-S
2 Vis 1964-77
—J-J
2s 1964-74
A-O
iy4s 1964-1970
F-A
Pittsburgh—
Is 1964-65
F-A
1.20s
1964-66
F-A
2s 1964-68
A-O
1.80s 1964-69
A-O
IVis ref'58 ser A'64-67_F-A
3%s 1964-1981
J-J
Gen Public Improvement—

Auth—

M-JV

__

3.75

b2.30 to 4.05%

J-J
2y4s 1968-1977
J-J
Issues dated April 1 1953—
3s 1964-1969
J-J
3y4s 1970-1973
J-J
3s 1974-1987
J-J

Auth

J-D
J-D
J-D

b2.20 to 3.50%

J-J

IVis Jan 1 1995-2000
16 1951—

2.70%

Turnpike revenue—

.

—

Issues dated, Oct
2s 1964-1967

b3.10 to 3.20%
b3.25 to 3.40%

_.

b2.85 to Par
b2.95 to 3.05%

J-J

average

—

b2.65toPar

F-A

General obligations—
1.10s 1964-1965
J-J
Waterworks and Sewer—
2 Vis 1964-1973
J-tf

__

bl.50 to 2.50%

F-A

F-A
F-A
F-A

State Pub School Bldg
6s
1964-1972
:
4% s 1973
2 Vis
1974-1975
2.90s 1976-1978
3s
1979-1980
3.10s 1981-1982
3.20s 1983-1986
3.30s 1987-1994
Is 1995
1.10% 1996-2001

3 Vis

F-A

3.20s 1982-1983

bl.00 to 3.00%
b3.05 to 3.35%
b3.45 to 3.80%
b3.65 to Par

J-D

1964-1990

Term bds 2Vis 78 opt 68 M-N
Issues dated June 1 1950—
3s Jan 1 1964-1969
2y4s Jan 1 1970-1986
2s Jan 1 1987-1994

b2.20 to 2.75%

J-D
_J-D

—

100

2.80s 1973
2.90s 1974-1975
3s 1976-1979
3.10s 1980-1981

1964-1965

1.90s 1966-1967
2s 1968-1970—
2.10s 1971-1973
2 Vis 1974-1977

__

.345%

100
107 Vi

IVis

__

__

—

b2.85 to 3.00%

J-D
J-D
J-D

2.40s 1967-19702.50s 1971-1974
Series of 1954—

2.30

3.30%

1965-1966

_

b2.30 to 3.25%

1979-80—L J-J
3.40s and 3.30s 1981-83—J-J
3.40s 1984-88
J-J
3 Vis 1989-1993
-J-J

b2.10 to 2.40%
b2.50 to 2.85%
b2.95 to 3.05%

b2.25 to
b2.50 to
b2.80 to
b3.00 to
b3.20 to
b3.25 to
b3.30 to

b3.20 to 3.40%
b3.45 to 3.70%

Various purposes—

Korean Conflict Veterans'—
Series O serial bonds

__

4.00

100

Tulsa—
Is 1964-1966

J-J

3.80

97

b2.20 to 3.40%

iyas 1966-1983
7-J
IVis 1984-1996
J-J
Serial bonds (1948 issue)—
3s 1964-1970
J-J
2 Vis 1971-1998
J-J

__

2.45%
3.00%

,L

3y4s 1984-1988

J-D
J-D
J-D

__

_

90
97

A-O

IVis 1964-76
Serial bonds—

b3.05 to 3.20%
b3.25 to 3.35%

J-D
J-D

1982-1983
3Vis 1984-1989—.

bl.70 to 2.65%

5s series B 2003__
Munic Auth Water System
Ser B 3.30s 1971-2000-J-J

Northeastern Turnpike—•
3lAs 1964-1965
J-D
3 Vis 1966-1969
J-D
3.60s 1970-1982
J-D
3%s 1983-1993
J-D
Oklahoma City—
1st May 1 1964-71
Issues dated May 1 1953
2 Vis 1964-68
-M-N
2Vis 1969-78
M-N
Issues dated Aug l 1963—
4s 1965-1969
F-A
2Vis and 4s 1970
F-A
2%s 1971-1972
F-A

__

2.50

b2.00 to 2.30%
b2.50 to 2.60%

103V4

—

M-N

iyas 1991-1999
J-J
2 Vis Jan 1 1965-1985
2s Jan 1 1986-1992
Refunding bonds—
3y4S July 1 1986 opt 1956_
3y4s ref 1975 to 1985
3y4s Jan 1 1975 opt 1962.
Ref (dated Feb 16 1951)—

b2.10 to 2.60%
b2.70 to 2.80%
b2.90 to 3.00%

3s 1973-1977

__

3.10

b2.20 to 3.20%

—

4V4s series A 2003.

__

b2.25 to 2.35%
b2.50 to 3.05%
b3.10 to 3.30%

2Vis 1970-1972

b2.20 to 3.80%
b2.20 to 4.00%

A-O

1964-81

3 Vis and 3.20s
3Vzs and 3y4s

J-J
J-J

3.60s 1980-1987

OKLAHOMA

J-J
J-tf

—

b2.40 to 2.75%
b2.90 to 3.05%

J-J
J-J
J-J

1964-1968

16th Series—
2 Vis 1965-1966

b2.20 to 3.00%

__

is/as
23/4s

f

2 Vis 1967-1969

__

J-J

__

J-J
J-J
J-J

3.40s 1969-1970
3 Vis
1971-1973
3.60s 1974-1979—
3 Vis 1980-1986
12th Series—
3s 1964-1966
3.20s 1967-1971
3.40s 1972-1974
3 Vis 1975-1979

—

2.30s

3.20s 1968
2.80s 1969-1972
3s 1973-1978

b2.40 to 2.80%
b2.90 to 3.40%
b2.05 to 2.45%

Eighth Series—
__

b2.15 to 3.40%
b2.20 to 3.40%
b2.20 to 3.40%

;

State of Oklahoma—
4s 1964-1978

—

The General State Authority
Of the Commonwealth of Pa

__

b2.20 to 3.40%
b2.25 to 3.40%

J-J

Dist)
M-S

__

__

b2.10 to 3.35%
b2.20 to 3.35%

3.40s

J-J
J-J

b2.85 to 3.00%

b2.50 to 3.50%

1 Vis

—

Youngstown New Housing
Authority—
Zanesville City (School
2s building 1964-1969

A-O

A-O
A-O

b2.20 to 3.00%
b3.70 to 3.75%

To
Net

Philadelphia (City of)—

—

b3.05 to 3.10%

A-O

2yas 1977-1984
2s 1985-86
Erie (City of)—
l3/is imp 1964-71
2 Vis 1964-1982

4yas 1965-1975.
3yas and 3.60s 1976

b2.20 to 3.50%

Warren (City of)—
2 Vis 1964-82 W W Rev
2%s 1964-90 w w Rev
23/4S 1991

Sew rev 1951 series—
2s 1973-1976

or

Ask

Lehigh (County of)—
—

PENNSYLVANIA

__

Philadelphia-Camden—
Ref bdge Is June 1 1966
2.30s bdge rev sec A '84 M-JV
2.35s bdge rev B '84—M-N
Easton (City of) Authority-

2.70

__

Portsmouth
1st Mtge

2 Vis 1982

__

b3.00 to 3.05%
b3.10 to 3.15%

IVis 1964-70

__

b2.10 to 3.00%

J-D

2Vis opt '56 due *64-69—J-D
2yas opt 1956 due 1970-J-D

b3.05 to opt

(City of)—
Disposal—
lJ/as 1964-65 opt '55.M-N
iy4s 1965-66 opt '55-M-N
Salem (City of) —

b2.15 to 3.40%

Steubenvllle 2l/as 1964-79_M-N
Toledo—
Waterworks Extension—
1st mtge revenue—

.F-A

3.05

b3.00 to opt

Sewer

__

b2.10 to 3.30%

J-D

(City of)—
Water Revenue—
2'/as 1964-65
A-O
2%s 1966-68
A-O

__

__

Portland

__

Hamilton—

City iy2s 1964-71__
M-S
County Is 1964-69
M-S
1st mtge Wat Wks Revenue
2y4s 1964-71
A-O
S D IVis 1964-70
J-D
Library 2s 1964-73
M-S

2.95

Chester Municipal Authority—
Water rev 2s 1964-1969
J-J
2yas Dec 1 1986-1988
Term 2s 1988
J-D
Del Riv Jt Comm Bridge

__

b2.10 to 3.50%
b2.10 to 3.70%

Various purposes
3Vis Jan 1 1964-1986
Cuyahoga County—
IVis Co Bldg 1964-68
A-O
2s Rd imp 1964-73
A-O
County Offices Bldg ser B
2s 1964-1969
A-O

__

2.80
2.85
2.90

b2.95 to opt

F-A

2s 1964-65 opt '63
2y4s 1966 opt 1963

b2.10 to 3.45%

3yas 1964-2001
A-O
Waterworks 2s 1964-87-M-S

—

__

A-O

IVis Oct 1 1967-1972

__

3.50%

A-O

__

F-A

3.20s 1975-1978
J-D
Veterans' Compensation—
1 Vis Oct 1 1964-1966

__

bl.90 to 3.20%
b2.80 to 3.30%

b2.20 to

__

b2.95 to 3.05%

Veterans' Welfare series XV—
3s 1970-1974
_____J-D

__

bl.90 to 2.70%

M-N

1964-72

Unlimited tax bonds—
3 Vas 1964-1997
Limited tax bonds—

__

b2.05 to 2.70%

A-O

2 Vis Sept 1 1972-73
2.80s 1977-1978

bl.90 to 2.15%

J-J
A-O

__

b2.05 to 2.50%

J-J
J-J
J-J

3.40s 1978 opt '71
2y4s April 1 1967

Columbus—

2y«s 1964-1980
2s 1964-1974

J-J
T-J

Veterans' Welfare—
3y4s Oct 1 1972-1975
3y4s 1976 opt *71
3yas Oct 1 1975
3.40s 1977 opt '71

bl.90 to 2.75%
bl.90 to 2.60%

F-A
F-A

b2.40 to 3.45%

Bid

Bonds-

__

Waterworks Extension—
1st mtge rev ser D—

2s 1964-1972
2y«S 1973-1976

M-S

1964-1968
1969
1970
1971
1972

2.70s
2.80s
2.90s

r.

1964-1968

1964-1966

2.60s

__

A-O

Highway (series 1962-A)

2.40s

3.30%

Yield Basis

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

To

or

Ask

Bid

Bonds—

_.

b Basis, n Nominal.

2VsS 1970-1977

b2.65
b2.00
b2.00
b2.20
b2.20
b2.20

to
to
to
to
to
to

3.30%
3.70%
2.95%
3.20%
3.70%
2.30%

2Vis waterwks 1964-71—M-S
Providence—
4s Oct 1 1964
A-O
3.20s 1964-1984
M-S
2.30s 1964-1977
J-J
2s 1964-77 :
J-J

b2.10 to 3.30%

b2.20 to 3.40%

J-D

to 3.45%

J-D
F-A

b2.20 to 3.50%
b2.20 to 3.40%

IVis

1964-1971

New

M-JV

J-J

to
to
to
to

2.00%
3.40%
3.60%
3.70%

Housing Authority—

2y8S

1986

__

Warwick

(City)—
3Vis 1964-91

J-J

b2.10
b2.10
b2.10
b2.10
b2.25

bPar to 2.90%
b3.00 to 3.55%

Woonsocket—
4Vis 1964-1967

—

—

A-O

b2.10 to 3.70%

J-D

b2.10 to 2.60%

__

__

—

__

__

—

3.70

88

STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963

Yield Basis
Bonds—

Bid

or

Ask

Yield Basis

To
Net

SOUTH CAROLINA
Public Service Authority—

Bonds—

Bid

b2.90

State H'way ctfs of Indeb't—
IVis 1964-65
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
State Institution—
l%s 1964-70
A-O
2s 1971-74
A-O
State School IVis 1964-68_A-0
2.35s 1964-75
;
J-D
2.30s
1964-74
F-A
2.20s 1964-68
Af-N
3.10s 1964-78
M-N

Charleston—
3V*a wat wks 1964-78
A-O
Greenville 3 Vis 1964-76
Af-N
Water rev 2Y*a 1964-71_A-o

3.20%

b3.65

3.50%

b3.10

b2.70
b2.90

2.50%
2,7 5 %

2.50%

b2.90 to 2.75%
b3.00
2.90%
b3.00
2.80%
b3.00
2.85%
b2.90
2.70%
h2.70
2.55%
b3.00
2.85%

Veterans' Land Bonds—
Series 1961-B—
3 Vis 1966-1971
3s 1972-1976
3 Vis 1977-1987
3 Vis 1988-1991

2.90%

4Vis water 1964-65

J-J

York (County of)—
2 Vis 1964-68
2.60s 1969-71
i

b2.50

2.25%

M-N

b2.90
b3.10

J-D

J-D
J-D
J-D

IVis
IVis

__

1964-1968
1967-75

—J-J
-J-J

—

Beaumont—
4Vis 1964-1970

3.00%

—J-J
-A-O

4s 1964-77

Colo Riv Mun Wat Dist^—
Water Revenue Bonds—
2s Jan 1 1964-66
2 Vis Jan 1 1967-72

TENNESSEE
b2.10
2.00%
bl.70 to 2.40%

4Vis July 1 1964-67
H'way & Educ Institutional

2%s Jan

1973-76

1

4s 1964-69

Af-N

3.10s

b2.00 to 2.60%

Af-N

b3.00
2.80%
b2.75 to 2.90%
b3.15
3.00%

Corpus Christi—
Gen obi 3yas 1964-73-__J-D

bl.40 to 2.70%
b2.60
2.50%
b2.70
2.60%
b2.90
2.70%

tf-D

3Vis 1972-75
3.30s 1976-79
Highway 4s 1964-68-;

j|f-N
Af-N
JJf-S
Af-S

2 Vis

1969
2.60s 1970
2.70s 1971-72

flf-R

Af-S

Waterworks Revenue—
3y4s 1964-1978

100Vi

4%s July 1 1986.
Power bonds 1962 ser B
4Vis Feb 1 1987

103

Blount County—
2 Vis 1964-72
2Vis 1973-76

Electric Power Revenue—
Series AA—
IVis 1964-66
J-J
IVis 1967-69
_J-J
Ser B 2 Vis 1964-69—J-J

3s

independent School

103

Is

1968-78

J-D

Davidson County—
2 Vis rural sch 1964-74—J-J
1.80s rural sch 1964-75-A-O
Johnson City ref 3 Vis 1964-70
Electric Revenue ser A
1 Vis
1964-1965
J-D
Knox County (Rural School)
2 Vis 1964-68—
Af-N
_

Knoxville—
General obligation 4Vis
General obligation 4Vis
General obligation 5s
Water 4Vis
Electric revenue ser A 1949
2 Vis 1964-65
F-A
2% 3 1966-68
F-A
2s 1969
-F-A
—

b2.00 to 3.25%
b3.30 to 3.10%

3.50%
3.60%
3.70%
3.60%

b3.70

_J-J

J-J

—J-J
2-2% a 1974-1978
J-J
2.90s 1979-1982J-J
3s 1983-1985
J-J
Elec Dlst System rev—
Series of 1963—
4s 1964-1966—
2 Vis 1967-1971
2 Vis 1972-1974

J-J
J-J
__J-J

2.90s 1975-1977
3s 1978-1981
;
Electric Plant—
1.40s 1964-1969
4.40s 1992
Board of Education—
Is 1964-75

J-J

bl.65
b2.15
b2.65
b2.85

2.00%
2.55%
2.80%
2.95%

J-J

bpar to 3.10%

J-D

bl.40 to 3.40%

io8Vi

noy4

General liabilfty IVis
and IVis 1964-77
F-A

bl.40 to 3.90%

IVis various 1964-74

JIf-N

2s various

M-N

b2.00 to 3.75%
b2.00 to 3.75%
b4.00 to 3.90%

-J-J

—

__

„

—

_A-0
-J-D

.

IVis

1964-74
1964-74

Is
-J-D
Elec Power Rev ser C—

IVis 1964-66
2s 1967-73
2Vis 1974-81
Street Improvement—
i
1.10s 1964-69—

-J-J
-J-J
—J-J

bl.40 to 3.10%
b3.25
3.10%

3yas

J-D

_

b2.00 to 3.00%

b3.05 to 3.15%
b3.15 to 3.25%
105
107
b2.00 to 3.35%
b2.00 to 3.40%

J-D

2Vis Dec 15 1964-77
2 Vis 1964-84
—M-S

b2.00 to 2.90%

Robertson County—
2Vis 1964-66
2Vis

1967-70__

—A-O
A-O

b2.00 to 3.20%

1.40s

1964-72

Af-N

Tunnel District—
4 Vis ser A July 2000
5 Vis ser B July 1 2000
5V4s ser C July 1 2000-

b2.00 to 2.80%
b2.00 to 3.00%
b2.00 to 2.80%
b2.00 to 2.90%
b2.00 to 2.60%

Danville (City
2s 1964-68

1964-68

Waco 4Vis 1864-68
Wichita Falls—
2Vis Dec 1 1964-74

b2.00 to 2.60%

UNITED STATES

b2.60 to 2.90%

See pages 4 and 80




b Basis.

n

Nominal,

f Flat

b2.10 to 3.40%

112
115

109%

of)—

Fairfax County—
Sewer (series A)
6s 1964-65—

b2.00 to 2.60%
110

108

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

b2.55 to 3.60%
b3.65 to 3.90%

J-D

b2.00 to 3,20%

J-J
J-J

b2.00 to 2.60%

4V4s
1966
2 Vis 1967-75
2.80s

114
118

108 Vi

—J-J
Elizabeth River Tunnel Dist—
4Vis revenue 2000
-F-A

b2.00 to 2.65%
b2.00 to 2.60%
b2.00 to 2.60%

1976-89

2s

1964-71

Hampton (City of) —
2 Vis 1964-68

M-N
M-N
A-O

Af-S
F-A
F-A

Lynchburg 1.30s 1964-67—M-S

b2.00 to 2.60%
b2.00 to 2.90%
b2.00 to 2.85%
b2.00 to 2.95%

b2.00 to 2.60%
b2.00 to 3.75%

b2.00 to 2.50%

iy4s

__

—

—

M-N
_M-N
F-A

b2.00 to 3.35%
b2.00 to 3.65%
b2.00 to 3.45%
b2.50 to 2.70%

b2.00 to 2.65%
b2.00 to 2.75%

J-J

2.40s water 1964-67
2Vis gen imp 1964-72
4 Vis
1964-72

IVis

—

to 2.30%

--

b2.10
b2.85
b3.35
b3.60
b3.60

to 2.90%
to 3.30%

to 3.60%
to 3.65%
to 3.70%

b2.00 to

2.75%

1964-71

IVis 1964-69
Public Improvement—
2 Vis 1964-71

b2.60 to 3.25%

b2.00 to 3.25%

1

Richmond—
4 Vis July 1 1964
4y4s July 1 1965
IVis 1964-68

3s

to 2.60%
to 2.60%
to 2.40%
to 2.55%

J-D

_J-D

b2.10 to 2.30%
__

—
__

—
—

1972-82

price.

b2.00 to 3.15%

b2.70 to 3.10%
b2.10 to 3.20%
b2.10 to 3.70%

b2.00 to 2.70%

b2.00
b2.00
b2.00
b2.00

to 3.25%
2.60%
2.50%
2.75%
2.80%

to
to
to
b2.00 to

b2.00 to 3.20%
J-J
J-J
J-J

3s 1975-1981
3.20s 1982-1986

b2.00 to 2.20%
b2.30 to 3.00%
b3.10 to 3.40%
b3.25 to 3.35%

b2.10
b2.10
b2.00
b2.00
b2.00

F-A

Newport News—
2.30s Pub Bldg 1964-68—F-A
Norfolk—
1.70s gen imp 1964-71
F-A
2Vis gen Imp 1964-67_Af-N

1962 issues
5s 1964-72
3y4S 1973-83
3.40s 1984-85
Issues dated July
5s 1964-1974

b2.50 to 3.65%

Af-N
J-J
F-A
.-Af-S

1964-76

Water of 1948 series A—
2Vis Dec 1 1964-77

b3.60 to 3.70%

bl.40 to 3.50%

•Bids for average maturity,

b2.00 to 3.50%

Charlottesville—
Street Imp & Wat Syst—

__

2.45
__

b2.00 to 2.80%
b2.85 to 3.15%
__

—

—

—

—

—

__

__

—

__

__

—

__

3.20

1963—
J-J
J-J
J1J

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

J-J
J-J

J-J

b2.00 to 2.95%
b2.95 to 3.10%
b3.10 to 3.20%

_

__

__

bPar to 2.75%
b2.05 to 3.25%
b2.05 to 3.30%

bl.90 to 2.65%
b2.70 to 3.05%

__

—

__

1.90
2.10
—

__

—

—

Richmond-Petersburg—
Turnpike Authority—
3.45s Tpke rev 1995
J-J
4Vis Tpke rev 1995
J-J
Roanoke—
2Vis water 1964-68
A-O
Gen obligation—Water System
iy4s 1964-75
J-J

100
106

101

b2.00 to 2.50%
b2.10 to 4.00%

WASHINGTON
—

Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax rev
Revenue (series B) —
2y4s Sept 1 1964-69
2 Vis

Sept 1 1970-76
Pub Sch & Inst Bldg Const—
2s May 1 1971 opt 1959
State H'way Motor Vehicle

b2.10 to 3.25%
b3.10 to 3.50%

b3.25 less

1

Fuel Tax—

IVis 1965-72 opt '61
IVis 1969 opt '61

M-S
M-S

IVis 1966-67
IVis 1968
IVis 1971-72

M-S
-M-S

IVis 1973-75

b3.75 to 3.60%

b2.30 to 2.50%
b2.60 to 3.05%
b3.10 to 3.20%
b3.20 to 3.30%

J-D

3s 1969-78

Elec & Gas—
Rev ref IVis 1964-71..F-A
Electric & Gas Rev Imp
(1962 series)
5s 1964-70—
F-A
2 Vis 1971-74
F-A
3s 1975-79
F-A
3.10s 1980-81
—F-A
3y4S 1982-84
F-A

—

99

98

J-D
—J-D

1972-75
1976-79

3Vis Dec 1 1991
Alexandria 3s 1964-83

b2.00 to 3.60%

2 Vis 1964-66
2s Nov 1 1964-66

bl.40 to 3.75%
bl.75 to 3.75%
bl.75 to 3.90%

Nashville—
4%s 1964-67
2Vis school 1964-88

3y4S

b2.20 to 2.60%
b2.70 to 3.20%
b3.25 to 3.40%

J10-J

San Antonio—
5Vis w w 1964-65
4yas 1964-67

—

bl.95 to 2.95%

Fredericksburg (City of) —

Lower Colorado River Auth—
Revenue Refunding
2s 1964-70
Af-N

—

J-J
1-J
J-J

Port Facilities Bonds—
3s
1964-71

__

__

J-J

Virginia State Ports Authority

2 Vis 1975-78
J10-J
Public Imp purposes—
4s 1964-1965
J-tf
2 Vis 1966-1973
J-J
3s 1974-1979
J-J
3y4s 1980-1983
J-J

—

b2.00 to 2.95%

2 Vis 1968-1976
2.90s 1977-1979
3s 1980-1984

b2.00 to 2.60%
b2.70 to 2.95%

2%s 1964-74

bl.40 to 2.70%

1975-81

Af-S

Virginia Public School Auth
School Financing 1963 A
4y4s 1965-1967
tf-J

b2.10 to 2.75%
b2.10 to 3.25%

J-D

4y4s
J-J

b2.10 to 2.70%
b2.50 to 3.35%

b2.00 to 2.60%
b2.50 to 2.70%

2Vis 1964-68
J-D
2Vis 1964-69
J-D
Houston (Ind Sch Dist)—

3.20%
to
to
to
to

J-J

F-A

VIRGINIA

Various I(np Purposes—

b2.20
2.00%
b2.20 to 2.50%
b2.80 to 2.90%
b2.90 to 3.00%
b3.00 to 3.10%
b3.30

Const—

Toll revenue (series 1949) —
3s (series 1954) 1994—M-S

J-D
J-D

2y4s 1964-76
2s 1964-76
IVis April 1 1964-71
Is 1964-65
Is April 1 1964-71

2.75%

b3.00

b2.25 to 2.65%
b2.65 to 3.05%
b3.10 to 3.20%
b3.25 to 3.30%

Houston—

bl.90 to 2.25%
b2.25 to 2.50%

Par

bl.90 to 2.75%
bl.90 to 2.90%
bl.90 to 2.95%

M-S
M-N
J-J

Rutland—
2.20s various 1964-75

Dist—

Harris County—
2Vis Road 1964-68
1.70s
1964-75
Flood Control District
IVis 1964-65

b2.00 to 2.50%

b3.80
b3.90

b2.25 to 3.75%

School

Fort Worth—
3Vis Nov 1 1964-67
3s 1964-73
2 Vis 1964-72
2y4s
1964-71

b2.00 to 3.50%

b3.70

Af-N

Impt 2Vis 1964-68
2 Vis 1969-74 i

bl.80 to 3.00%
bl.80 to 3.25%
b2.00 to 2.90%

—

bl.90 to 2.90%
bl.90 to Par
bl.95 to 2.25%
bl.95 to 2.80%

School Bldg & H'way
3s 1964-77
3 Vis Aug 15 1964-79
Various 2.80s 1964-82

El Paso—

bl.90 to 2.75%
b2.70 to 3.10%

—

School Bldg I Vis 1964-74—M-S

2.50%
3.20%
3.35%
3.60%

Series A of 1949—
IVis 1964-66
iyas 1967-69

rev—

3s 1966-1969
2 Vis 1971-1973

—

Independent

b2.50 to 3.00%
b3.40
3.20%

—

1-90

VERMONT

District

IVis 1964-67

Memphis.—
TVA Lease Rental
3 Vis
1965

:

April 1 1964-68
2s 1964-67

Chattanooga—

1

102

"
—J-D
J-D

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

3y4s 1964-1973
IVis 1964-69
1.70s 1964-1970
Is April 1 1964-68—

104Vi

101Vi

to
to
to
to

—

—

b2.50 to 2.65%
b2.70 to Par

Chesapeake Bay Bridge &

Dallas—
4 Vis 1964-70

Tennessee Valley Authority—

4.40s Nov 15 1985
M-N
Power bonds 1961 ser A

b2.20
b2.60
b3.20
b3.40

-A-O

State 3s 1964-81
State 2.90s 1964-1983
State 2s 1964-66

Austin—

2.75%

.J-D

—

_A-0
.A-O

iyas various 1964-75

—

3.10%

b3.00

-A-O

Burlington—

3.10%

b3.20
b3.20

Series of 1953—
2s 1966-68
J-D
2 Vis 1969-77
J-D
2.40s 1978-81
J-D
2.40s 1982-89 opt "64—J-D
Series
1961-A
3 Vis 1966 1991
tf-D

__

92

99
95y2

bl.90 to 2.10%
b2.20 to 3.20%
b3.25 to 3.70%

.

2.30%

95 Vi

2.60s 1966-75.
2Vis 1976-78

2.80s ,1979-80
Veterans' Land Bonds—
IVis 1964-65
;
IVis 1966-74
IVis 1975-79
:

Spartanburg—

M-N

Various bonds—
3s 1965

2.95%

b2.80
b2.70

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask
Net

Bonds—

UTAH

Texas. Turnpike Authority—
Dallas-Fort Worth Revenue
2.70s (1955 ser) 1980—tf-J
2%s (1955 ser) 1995—J-J

2.75%

b3.30

2.70s July 1 1978-93
School (series U) 2 Vis 1964-82

J970-71

To
Net

TEXAS

2Vis July 1 1964-71
2%s July 1 1972-77

2.00s 1964-65

or

Ask

M-S

M-S

b2.50 to 3.50%
b3.25 less 1
b2.85 less 1
b3.00 less 1
b3.30 less 1
b3.60 less 1

Washington Pub Power Supply
System Parxwood Lake
3%s 2012

Af-S

97

—

—

NOVEMBER 29, 1963

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OP

Bonds—

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask Net

'

Second Lake Wash Toll
Bridge rev—
4.90s Jan 1 2000

ser

Municipal

100'/a
110 %

WEST VIRGINIA

102 %
112

b2.80 to 3.05%
b3.10 to 3.25%
b3.30 to-3.35%

__

__

__

b3.45 to 3.50%

—

b2.00 to 3.00%
b2.00 to 3.25%

Pw

__

—

J-D

1977-1982

to
to
to
to

F-A

b2.00 to 2.35%

J-J
M-N

1964-67

Milwaukee (City of)—
1%S 1964-71.
l%s school 1964-71

b2.00 to 3.00%
b2.00 to 3.00%

Corporate Purpose
2%s 1964
-A-O
2%S 1965-1973
A-O
Pub improvement ser E
2%s 1964-1968
M-S
2%S 1969-1974
M-S
Milwaukee County—
Metropolitan Sewerage Area
2y2s 1964-67
F-A

2.35%
3.60%
3.50%
3.70%

b2.20 to 2.65%

b2.00 to 2.40%
b2.50 to 3.00%

b2.00 to

Turnpike Revenue {ser A)—
33is Dec 1 1989

f66

1989

2.40%

b2.00»'tO 3.15%

3.20s
1964-1981
F-A
Housing Auth 3%s Sep 1 '94
Racine street imp & sewer—
iy2s 1964-66
P-A

66
71

f62%

100

—
—

—

—

—
—

1.90

__

b2.10 to 2.85%

Expressway bonds

b2.00 to 3.60%

__

—

—

_

__

102

b2.00 to 2.50%

—J-D

2%s 1964-72

F- A

2%s

1970-87-;
Series—

M-S

b2.00 to 3.25%
b2.75 to 3.75%

6s 1964-67
3 Vis 1968-77

M-S
.M-S
M-S

b2.00 to 2.70%
b2.70 to 3.35%
b3.30 to 3.60%

Dunbar Bridge—
Revenue 4s Feb 1992.

Cheyenne—
Waterworks

b2.00 to 3.35%
157

Kanawha (County)—
1%S 1964-75
Board of Education
3%s 1964-1969

J-J

J-D

WYOMING

—

Charleston—

b2.00 to 2.75%

:

_

bl.90
b2.00
b2.00
b2.10

series V—
l%s Dec 1 1964-71

Rev—
J-J

1978-88

b2.00 to 2.80%
b2.90 to 3.15%

__

Veterans

1964-67
2 Vis 1964-74

3%3

100%

J-J

l%s 1965-67

b3.05 to 3.15%

J-D
J-D

1964-1971
1972-1976

extension

2s

J-J

1964-73

IVis 1964-68
Is 1964-70
;
Road Bond series C—

4yas Dec 1

J-J
LS-5 *64-70_F-A

&

3s

b2.00 to 3.15%

Metropolitan Sewerage Dist

3.40

__

b2.00 to 2.90%
b2.00 to 3.00%

Lt

J-J
J-D
J-J

Madison City
3%s June 1 1964-1980
Library & School purposes

1

•

Road Bonds—
3s 1964-67

1%S

J-J
M-S

2s

1958

M-S

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask Net

Bonds—
WISCONSIN

2y»S
2%s

Tacoma Narrows Toll Bridge—

1963—

Seattle—
2%s
1964-68
l%s sewer 1964-68
Seattle Light & Power
2%s 1964-70
2s ref

115

114

3%s 1971-1974
A-O
3%s 1975-1978 ____A-0
3.60s 1979-1982A-O
3%s 1983-1984 —A-O
3.70s 1985-1988
A-O

—

b2.25 to 3.00%

Dist No 2

of

b3.25 to 3.75%

b2.25 less

3%s revenue 1978

Rev Series

—

Central Library Building—
1.70s 1964-67
M-N

37/8s 1956 series Nov 1 2005
4%s 1959 series July 1 2009
Pub Util Dist No. 2 of Grant
Co Wanapum Hydroelectric
Ref

b2.25 to 3.50%

Tacoma—Revenues—
General obligations—
l%s July 1 *64 opt '62-M-N

bPar to 2.90%
101

M-N
Hf-N

Chelan County—
Nash Dist No 1 5s 2013
Grant County—
Public Utility

HI %

110%

J-J

l%s 1964-72
J-J
Spokane Co Sch Dist No 81
1.30s Sept 1 1967-75

Interstate

374a 1964-68
3.20s 1971

Yield Basis or To
Bid
Ask Net

Bonds-

Spokane—

Washington Toll Bridge Auth

Vancouver-Portland
Toll Bridge—

89

STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS

December, 1963

improvement

6s 1964-1971
1972-1976
3.30s

60

b2.15 to 3.00%
b3.15 to 3.20%

A-O
A-O
'76-A-O

bl.90 to 2.60%

—

3.25

3.30s 1977-78 opt
3.40s 1979-82 opt •76-A-O
3y2S 1983-87 opt •76-A-O
76_A-0
3.60s 1988-91 opt
Sheridan (wat) 3%s 1964-65—

b2.00 to 3.80%

—

b3.30 to 3.40%
b3.40 to 3.50%

—

—

3.55

__

b2.25 to 2.40%

__

b Basis.

INSURANCE STOCKS
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OP NOVEMBER 29, 1963
Stocks—

Par

Continued from page 79
Life Ins Co of Ky__
,
Life Insurance Co of Virginia
Lincoln American Life Ins

Bid

32

138

i

4%

Lincoln Income Life Ins Co (Ky)_l
Lincoln Liberty Life Insur Co
1
Lincoln Nat'l Life (Fort Wayne)—5
Loyal American Life Ins

23 %
20 y.

(Mobile Ala).—.

l

Madison Life Ins Co (NY)
Manhattan Life Insurance Co
Maryland Casualty Co
Massachusetts General Life

2
5
i

Insurance Co

3

164

4%
23
149

Co

5

(Ex 25% stock dividend)
Mercantile Security Life (Dallas)-lO
Mercury Casualty Co (Cal)
2
Michigan Life Insurance
50
Mid-West

l
l

•
1
1
10

Mtge Guaranty Ins Cosp (Milw)„1
Mutual Savings Life Ins (Ala)
1

24

21%
167

5%
25%

29%

55%

57

52

56%

3%
815
13

68

4%
14
70

5%
4V2
8%
7%
6
5%
125
120
26%
25%
13%
12%
9%
11%

10
5

55

2

50
112

National Fire (Hartford)—.
10
National Investors Life Ins (Ark)_l

4%

28%

National Casualty

(Detroit)
National Empire Life Ins
National Fidelity Life Ins Co

142

48%

National American Life Ins Co__50c
National Aviation Underwriters
Inc
___i
50c
—

3fi3,i

46%

Massachusetts Indemnity & Life

National Life Ins
Midwestern United Life Ins Co
Mission ^Equities Corp (Calif)
Missouri Fidelity Life Ins
Missouri National Life Ins
Monumental Life Ins (Bait)—

8%
14%

—

.5

National Old Line Life Ins—Class AA common
1
Class BB common
l
National Union Fire (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 (Chicago)
2
North American Life &

121/4
65

9%
52
122%
15%

Casualty Co

1

Northeastern (Hartford)—
3.3374
North River Insurance (N Y)
2 y2
Northwestern Nat'l Ins (Milw)
5
Northwestern National Life
Insurance (Minn)—
2.50

Occidental Life Ins Co of N C

104% 105%
25
24

42%
8%
14 %
a53%
31%
31%

34%

18%




value,

a

Called for

33%

34%

27%
42%

•No par

55
34

251/2
20%

1

dividend.

26%
241/2
45%
9%
15V4

25
18%
48%
31

Ohio Casualty Insurance—.
1.25
Ohio State Life (Columbus Ohio)_2

Old Republic Insurance (Pa)

5

Old Republic Life Ins (Chic)—1.50
Pacific Employers Ins (LA)
5
Pacific Indemnity Co
3.33y3
Pacific Insurance Co of N Y
10
Pacific Mutual Life ins of Calif—1
Pacific National Life
Assurance Co (Calif)
100
Pacific Southwest Life Ins
—50c
Peerless Insurance Co
5
Peninsular Life Ins (Fla)—
5
—

Peoples Life Ins (Wash D C)

Philadelphia Life Insurance

Phoenix Insurance (Hartford)
Piedmont Southern Life Ins

5
5

10
10

Bid

73
13%
33%

Ask

76
15

34%

32

33

35%

55%
7%

59%

27i%

30%

1

71
43
78
131
113

74%

82%
134

118%

74

78

Pioneer American Life Ins (Tex)—1
Pioneer Home Owners Life Ins
1
Poulsen Ins Co of America
1
Professional & Business Men's
Insurance Co. (Houston)
1
Protective Life Ins (Birm Ala)
5
Protective Security Life Ins (Cal)_l

18
al3
11

21

Providence-Washington (Prov)
10
$2 convertible preferred
10
Provident Life & Accid't (Tenn)_10
Provident Life Ins (Bismarck )_2.50
Public Savings Insurance (S C)
1
Pyramid Life Ins (Charlotte)
5

28

13%
12%

67

2%

—

68I/2
2%
30

46%

50
108
40
41%
7%
8%
27%
2974

103

51%
33%

__

28%
44

Quaker City Life Insurance—
New $2 par

plus 5%

value split 21/2 for 1

stock dividend

Reinsurance Corp (New

York)

2

Republic Franklin Life Insurance—
Class A—
1

Republic Insurance (Dallas)
Republic National Life Ins
(Dallas)
Insurance Co fill)
Rio Grande Natl Life (Dallas)
Reserve

5
1

3.50
10

Marine Ins Co—6.25
Seaboard Life Insurance Co of
America (Florida)
1
Seaboard Surety Corp (N Y)
5
Security Insurance Co of N H—lo
Security Life & Accident (Colo)—2
Security Life & Trust
St Paul Fire &

(Winston-Salem N C)_—.

5

47%

48 %

21%

23%

674
31

6%
32

60

17%
—

65%

49

70

50

109

3%

10c

2

2%

•
25

5%

6

23

n

2.50

1
1

8
Ang)_2.50

Tokio Marine & Fire Ins Co

Ltd—'

Travelers Insurance Co

5

Trinity Universal Life (Dallas)

5

-l
Union Bankers Ins (Texas)—
-1
Union Trust Life Ins (Minn).
United American Life Ins (Denver) 1

United Fidelity Life (Dallas)
United Insur Co of America

United Life & Accident Ins
United Security Life Ins (Ala)
United Services Life Ins
U S

10
;_2.50
1

1
1

Fidelity & Guarantee (Bait)—5

United States Fire Ins Co
U S Life Insurance Co in
of New York
Universal Life & Accident

3

145

149

69%

73%

15%
3%

16%
3%
2%

2
9
50
200

10

1*JO

14%

15%

4%

5%
21%
2%
39%
59%

21

2%
33

55%

21%
21%
194
200
42
4574

10%

9
10

11

32%

33%

105%
72
69%
34%
33
98

34

19%
91%
74%
36%

X80%

84%

18%
87

71%

the City

(Dallas Texas)

of America
Volunteer State Life Insurance

2
10

30

32

-1

13%

14

10

145

2.50

26

Washington Nat'l Insurance (Ill)_10
West Coast Life Insur (SanFran)_5
Westchester Fire (New York)
_2
Western Casualty & Surety
5
Western Empire Life Ins
25c

87

91

64%

66

37
45%

47

—

Vulcan Life & Accident Ins—
27

5274

66%
47

2%

k Last sale,

Telephone Employees Ins Co
Tennessee Life Ins Co
Tidelands Life Ins (La)
Title Guaranty Co (N Y)
Title Insur & Trust (Los

10

,10

Ask

10

Southern Equitable
Class A common
Class B common

redemption, see page 94.

5
-10

(Birmingham Ala)
9%

8

$1.50 conv preferred

Stuyvesant Insurance Co_ .
Stuyvesant Life Ins Co (Pa)
Sunset Life Ins (Wash)
Surety Life Ins (Utah)

(Chattanooga Tenn)
63

7%
8%

Southern Fire & Casualty Co

Insurance Co of N Y
2
Standard Union Life Ins (Ala)
2
State Life of Colorado
1
States General Life Ins (Texas)—1

Bid

174
184
8%
9%
2%
2%

6 5 y2

16%
100

Security Title & Guar Co (N Y)„5
South Coast Life Ins (Houston)—*

Life Ins (Ark)
-10c

Far
Southland Life Ins (Dallas)
5
Southwest Indemnity & Life Ins—2
Southwestern Insurance Co
1
Southwestern Life Ins (Dallas)
5
Springfield Insurance Co
2
Standard Security Life
Stocks—

"Adrs"

a6%

10%

National Life Accident Insurance

(Nashville)

Par

Stocks—

Old Line Life Ins Co of America—2
1
10

(Memph is)

Insurance

Ask

9%

25%

Western
Partic
Western
Western

Insurance Sec common—•

pref A
Pacific Ins (Wash)
Reserve Life Assurance

(Ohio)—
Wilshire Insurance (Calif)
Wisconsin National Life Ins

nl05
190

39%
205

—•
._10

57%
18%

19%

1

16%

18

2

4%

10

78

574
82

Nominal, r Canadian dollar value, t New stock, x Ex-dividend, y Ex-stock

90

Banks and Trust Companies
closing day

quoted per share, not per cent, and are as near as possible for the
of the month preceding date of issue, though they often are nominal. An asterisk (*) denotes a recent sale.
Quotations in this department are

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963

ALABAMA
Par

Birmingham—
Birmingham Trust Natl Bank
Exchange-Security Bank
First National Bank

Bid

10
-1

41%
5%

10

52%

MobileAmerican National Bank & Trust_10
First National Bank.
10
Merchants National Bank-

26%
210
60%

Ask

6%
54y2

27%

10
5

First National Bank
Peoples Bank & Trust Co

1

Union Bank & Trust,Co

5

69
33

10
10

Matanuska Valley Bank—

Bridgeport—
City Trust Co—
Connecticut National Bank

Putnam

34

7%
65

35

37

44

47

5

60
20%

63
22 %

115

5

9Q

30%

Valley National Bank of Arizona:

S

67%

69

ARKANSAS

10

12%
10

73

Idaho First National Bank.

Trust Co

Hartford—
Connecticut Bank & Trust Co
Glastonbury Bank & TruBt
Hartford National Bk & Tr Co
Riverside Trust Co

Commercial National Bank—
First National Bank (The)
Union National Bank
Pine BluffNational Bank of Commerce

10

66

76

72
74
52
80

40%

42

71
50

CALIFORNIA
Beverly Hills—
City Natl Bank of Beverly Hills

.5
5

28

10
10

lo

Simsbury Bank & Trust Co
South End Bank & Trust Co

10

Meriden—
Home National

21

23%

10

19

21

10

22

Hollywood
Guardian Bank
Los Angeles—
Bank of Los Angeles—
Commonwealth Bank
Manufacturers Bank of L A

.7.50

Peoples Bank

—12

10

Security-First National Bank. .12%
Union Bank.
Wilshire National Bank

1
__

-7.50
-7.50

Winthrop Bank & Trust Co

40

26%

27%

37
32

40
34

82%
76

83%
76%

22

24

35%

37%

Oakland—

Stamford—
Fairfield County Trust Co
Stamford Fidelity Bk & Tr Co
State National Bank of Conn

lo
_50-

35
365

35%

115
62
57
100

63%

Chicago Banks—

58

58

5

74

San Diego—

First Natl Trust & Savings Bank

5

Savings Bank-25

47%

50%

155

10

44%

San Francisco—
Bk of Amer Natl Tr & Bav Asan_6 %
Bank of California N A
lo
Bank of Trade
10

63%
65%

66
69
23

Century Bank

15

Continental Bank
15
Crocker-Citizens National Bank__10
First Westn Bank & Trust Co_12.50
Golden Gate National Bank
5
Hibernia Bank
25
Pacific National Bank
10
'United California Bank
12%
Wells Fargo Bank
10

21
27

14%

29%
161/4

52

53

a—

34

36%

106

109 %

58%

61%

68
82

72

85%

5

33%

35%

3

;

29

31%

in

22%

Wilmington—

Bank of Montreal

;

Provincial Bank of Canada
Royal Bank of Canada..

97

lo

160

10o

Bank of CommerceIndustrial Bank

480
30
4

10

1

10
10
25

Security Bank
Union Trust Co

71

71%

10
10
2

10

lo
lo
10
lo

62%
a60%

.25

lo

44
17

l6I

60%
106
201
122
50

163

4%
63
248

54%

FLORIDA
Jacksonville—
American National Bank
Atlantic National Bank

10
10
20
4
10

Barnett Natl Bk of Jacksonville
Barnett National SecuritiesCentral National Bank

46
104

82

49
107
84

28%

29%

13
22

10

50
45

15
25
51
47

10

First Bank & Trust Co
Florida National Bank
Riverside Bank
State Bank of Jacksonville

36%

38

10

25

Miami—

27

61%

27%
62%

62%

6314

79

80

53%
73

5414
73%

10
25

22.25
82

23.25
85

63%
73
36
23

38

10

Metropolitan Bank of Miami

10

19%

20%

10

72

10

100

22

Florida National Bank—
25
St Petersburg Bank & Trust Co
10
Union Trust Co
12%

42
21
45
28

45

50

48

GEORGIA
Atlanta—
Bank of Georgia (The)
Citizens & Southern Natl Bank

First National Bank
Fulton National Bank

10

62
83
63
63
325
34

10

173

lo
10

lo
10

Georgia Savings Bank & Tr Co
Peoples Bank (The)
Trust Co of Georgia
Augusta—
First Natl Bank & Trust Co

100

Liberty National Bank & Trust
Savannah Bank & Trust

Ex-rights.

e

Ex-5%

10
10

*48.15

65
85
64

43 %

45
55
31

Exchange National Bank

10

55

60

First Commercial Bank
First National Bank (Chicago)
First National Bank of

20
2q

59
75

77

10

18
15
30
28
55
39

Lincolnwood
First Security

—20
10
25
10
25

Lawndale National Bank—
Ex 100% stock dividend
Lincoln National Bank

s

10
20

Marquette National Bank

20

Merchandise National Bank
Ex 10% stock dividend
Mercantile National Bank

10

33

32
42

47%
37

59

50
x33

35

20

52

55

100

Metropolitan State Bank

500
65

20

Mid-America National Bank
40
Mid-City National Bank
100
Mutual National Bank of Chicago—1
National
Bank of Albany Pk—12%
National Bank of Austin
50
National Bank of Commerce
20
National Bank of Hyde Park
20
National Boulevard Bank
20
Natl Security Bank of Chicago
25
North Shore National Bank.
10
Northwest National Bank
20
Oak Park Trust & Savings Bank.30
Park National Bank
10

Peoples National BankName changed to National City
Bank of Chicago
10
Pioneer Trust & Savings Bank
25
Sears
South
South
South

21

32
72
110
38
35

10

Manufacturers National Bank

-

45%

-

25
20

Live Stock National Bank
Madison Bank & Trust Co
Main State Bank

83

75

13%

Trust & Sav
Guaranty Bank & Trust Co
Irving State Bank

Bank & Trust Co

25

Chicago Savings Bank

62%

East National Bank
Shore National Bank

10
.10

State Bank of Clearing..
Steel City National Bank

100
10

Western National Bank of Cicero_20

115
265
36
*

38
84
57
57
95
80
52
77
110
24

41

22
95
100
200
38

26

57

42

39
180
24
700

160
74
50

Chicago Trust Cos—

Amalgamated Trust & Sav Bk

20

80
125
37
106

Lake View Trust & Savings Bank_2o
Northern Trust Co
20
South Side Bank & Trust Co
10

150
136
10

100
50
lo

110

140

Peoria—

Commercial National

Bank

.20

.20
First National Bank
Jefferson Trust & Savings Bank- .10
.20
Prospect National Bank
South Side Trust & Sav Bank
100
.20
University National of Peoria
Rockford—
American National Bk & Tr Co. .40
Central Natl Bank & Trust Co
25
.20
City National Bank & Trust
First Natl Bank & Trust
.40

50
62

15
34
120
34
100
90

30
87%

Springfield—
First National Bank
Illinois National Bank

.20

Springfield Marine Bank

85

44

46

80

.10
,_25

100

43

INDIANA

—

83
38

stock dividend.

41%

Devon-North Town State Bank
20
National Bank
—10
Drexel National Bank
40
Drovers National Bank
10
District

Colonial Bank & Trust Co
Harris Trust & Savings Bank

*76%
20
39
20
38
26
45

d

42
165

Bank

National

Chicago City Bank & Trust Co

Petersburg—

City Bank & Trust Co
20
First Natl Bank in St Petersburg
5

•Sale price,
a See comprehensive footnotes below.
Ex-20% stock dividend.

Continental 111. Natl B & T Co..10

Cosmopolitan

Chicago.lOo
Upper Avenue National Bank
50
Uptown National Bank
25

Merchants Bank of Miami

10
Savannah—
Citizens & Southern Natl Bank—10

Denver—

48
40

Univ National Bank of

First National Bank
10
Florida National Bank & Tr Co 25
Little River Bank & Trust Co.—10

63%

2
20

—25

Beverly Bank
Central National Bank
Ex 25% stock dividend.;
Citizens National Bank
Commercial National Bank

Michigan Avenue Natl Bank

Washington—
Security & Trust Co

Central Plaza Bank & Trust Co_14

COLORADO
Central Bank & Trust
Colorado National Bank

10
25

33
17
70
41
16
110

49

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

St.

ONTARIO

Banque Canadienne

46%

6.25

Wilmington Trust Co

10

68

30
49
88
40

Jefferson State Bank
Lake Shore National Bank
La Salle National Bank

DELAWARE

Peoples Bank & Trust Co

110

.

a50

West Palm Beach—
Atlan Natl Bk of West Palm Bch.lo

—10

QUEBEC

42%

Palm Beach—

NOVA SCOTIA

Toronto—
Canadian Imperial Bank of
Commerce
Chartered Trust Co
National Trust Co
Toronto Dominion Bank

40%

73
20%
40

First National Bank

Canadian Dollars

Halifax—
Bank of Nova Scotia.:

Si %

74

Miami Beach First Natl Bank

CANADA
are

42%

38
50%

43%

473-8

Prices

40%

Waterbury—
Colonial Bank & Trust Co
10
Connecticut Natl Bk of Bridgeport_5
Waterbury National Bank
12%

5

40
15

Bank of Chicago (The)
Belmont Natl Bank of Chicago—lo

55 %
41%

Farmers Bank
First Natl Bank of Wilmington

23
65

36%

10

lo
5

12%
10

Avenue St Bank Oak Park

10

10
10

90

36

62%

Bank of Delaware
Colonial National Bank
Commercial Trust Co

25

Aetna State Bank—.
American Natl Bank & Trust

60 %

International Bank
National Bank of Washington
National Savings & Trust Co
Riggs National Bank

San BernardinoAmerican National Bank of
Bernardino

54

Aurora—
Aurora National Bank

10

American

Central Valley National Bank
Oakland Bank of Commerce.,

San JoseFirst National Bank
Santa MonicaSanta Monica Bank

.25

Delaware Trust Co

Mar Vista-

Fidelity Bank

San Diego Trust <fe
U S National Bank

First New Haven National Bank lo
General Bank & Trust Co
12.50
Second National Bank
12%
Tradesmen's National Bank
lo
Union & New Haven Trust Co—10

29%

-3
3

Hawthorne—
Pacific State Bank

—10

56%
60%

56
60
55

8

ILLINOIS
74%

New London—

20
20
25
_20

lo
20

IDAHO

65

New Haven—

Little Rock—
Amer Natl Bank No Little Rock

HAWAII
Bank of Hawaii
First National Bank of Hawaii
Hawaiian Trust Co

Co—10

Bank & Trust Co.lo
Meriden Trust & Safe Dep Co
25
Puritan Bank & Trust Co.
—25

The Arizona Bank.:




275

Greenwich—

Phoenix—

y

10

Ask

39%

Boise—

Glastonbury Bank & Trust

ARIZONA

San

250

Bid

Par

Ask

Glastonbury—

ALASKA
Alaska State Bank

Bid
38 %

Bank.

CONNECTICUT

43

Montgomery—
Alabama National Bank

Denver U S National
First National Bank

Evansville—
Citizens National Bank
Lamasco Bank

tNew stock,

x

Ex-dividend,

~

12.50

43

45

10

16

17

z Ex-109&

stock dividend.

8

'h

v

rr

Bid

Par

10

Gary—

35
500
61
101

10

Bank of Indiana

10

Bank
Indianapolis—

Oary National

Natl Bk 8c Tr Co—10
Indiana National Bank
20
Live Stock Exchange Bank
10
Merchants Natl Bank 8c Trust—10
Amer Fletcher

50

65

39 %

42%

68 %
22

20

23

30
57

10
10

Bank
National Bank 8c Trust Co
8t Joseph Bank 8c Trust Co

32
60

50

25
20

70

So

100

25
Capitol City State Bank
100
Central National Bank 8c Tr Co—50
Valley Bank & Trust Co
100

95
180

100

400

410

190

KANSAS
100
25

100

25
100

10
10

Fourth National Bank
Union National Bank,

55
54

25

25
5

Deposit <fc Trust
City Bank & Trust Co
First National Bank
National Shawmut Bank
New

12.50
12%

Co—10

State Street Bank & Trust
United States Trust Co_

10

400
42

53
150
75
390
49
48

43
56

Bank of Commerce
25
Citizens Union Natl Bk 8c Tr Co_10
First Security Natl Bank 8c Tr_12%
Second National Bank 8c Tr Co_100

225
22
39
22
350

42
88

51
37

54
40
41%

38%

53

25
-10

Everett—
Everett National Bank
Middlesex Co National

—10
_10

Bank-

53

135
98

31
56

115
85
245

.50

94
31
60

32
62

170

20

56
55 %

—

60

30

1600
65

10
50

30
80

Bay State Merchants National_12 %

41

70

Lowell—
Union National Bk of Lowell—12%

10
20

70
92
39
80

Essex

.10

Louisville Trust Co_
Stock Yards Bank

Newport—
Newport National Bank

—

38

National Bank of Commerce

—

20%

New Orleans—
Bank of La in New Orleans
10
Bank of New Orleans <Ss
Trust Co
—12.50
Hibernia National Bank
10
Natl Amer Bank of New Orleans_10
National Bank of Commerce
10

72%

40%

—

59%

—

49 %

53%

61%
52

50
10

165
47

Bk

5
10

66

22%
45

Shreveport—
Commercial National
First National Bank

Bank

70
70

25
12%

10

Naumkeag Trust Co—

—10
10

;

36

80
10

10
10

Trust Co
Security National Bank

Safe Deposit 8c

Third Natl Bank of Hampden

Co_lo

lo

34 %
57

Granite Bank
Depositors Trust Co Bangor—

Banking Co
Merchant's National Bank

Eastern Trust 8c

Merrill Trust Co

—

20

price,

a

10
Co—10

10

25

20

Co__ 10

Detroit—
Bank of the

46%
76

50

See comprehensive

Bay CityBay City Bank-

44%

Westbrook—

Westbrook Trust Co

46

70

iI5

72
125

33%
23
47

,47
37
210
60
200
140
59
200
300
50
37
55
350

100

20

55

250

45
45

St Louis Banks—
—

20

20

30

25

49

Boatmens' National Bank
Bremen Bank & Trust Co
Cass Bank & Trust Co

10
2o
20

40
65

Clayton Bankshares Corp
:
1
Crestwood Bank Shares Holding Co

4%
11%

47

10

44

Hampton Bank

52

—

42

55

Units
First National Bank

10

20

Jefferson Bank 8c 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
Security Trust Co
—10
Southern Commercial & Sav Bk—

Split 2%

for

45
40
37

74
50
51

45

39

20
10

Southwest Bank
Tower Grove Bank 8c Trust Co—20

43

44

t29

1

30

77
25

26%

49

St Louis Trust Cos—
—

20

Chippewa Trust Co
36%
—

28

30

12.50

35
58

10

21

10

43
64
59

66

42 %

44

10

Mercantile Trust Co
Mound City Trust Co
North St Louis Trust Co—
New $10 par (spUt 2 for
St Louis Union Trust Co
Webster Grove Trust Co

1)

60
22

32

NEBRASKA

38%
46
53

_____

57

LincolnFirst National Bank & Trust
National Bank of Commerce

Co_10

20

67

5
10

Savings Association

First National Bank
Omaha National Bank

MICHIGAN

38

67

20

46

Omaha—

36

25

Trust Co

10

65
42
102

100

&

44

Watervllle—

20
100
100
25

Southeast State Bank
South Side Bank
Traders National Bank
Union National Bank

650

100

Peoples Natl Bank & Trust

73

100

Plaza Bank of Commerce

80%

59

105

72

Taunton—
Bristol County Trust
25
First Machinists' National Bank—10

325
35
44

Lewiston—
First-Manufacturers National
Bank of Lewiston & Auburn_12.50
Portland—
Canal National Bank
10
Casco Bank & Trust Co
12%
First National Bank
25

25

Trust Co

State Bank
20
Livestock National Bank
lo
Manufacturers & Merchants Bk—20
Merchants-Produce Bank
2o
Mercantile Bank & Trust
25
Missouri Bank 8c Trust Co
100
National Bank in North KC
2o
Park National Bank
100

76%

Big Bend Bank

55

100
20
20

20

25

—

54

12.50

Grand Avenue Bank
Kansas City Bank 8c

American National Bank
Baden Bank
Bank of Crestwood

37
44

Valley Bank & Trust

Guaranty Bank 8c Trust Co
Industrial City Bank & Bkg
Worcester County Natl Bank

Augusta

20

Lindell Trust Co

55%

MAINE
First National

20

Community State Bank
First National Bank

South Side National Bank

Worcester—
Mechanics National Bank

•

Whitney Holding Co

—

37
425
a37

Springfield—

44

25

54

—

72

100
10

Salem—
Merchants-Warren Natl Bank
Common
Preferred

Co_25

Westport Bank

Maiden-

First National Bank
Maiden Trust Co
New Bedford—
First Safe Deposit National
Merchants National Bank

65

1
10

10

Trust Co

Lynn Safe Deposit & Trust
Security Trust Co

LOUISIANA
Jefferson ParishFirst National Bank

—

Lynn—

4-2

Columbia National Bank
Commerce Trust Co

-20

St Joseph—
First National Bank.

10

Bank_20

52
50
44

20

Peoples Bank
_____

Lawrence—
—

.25

MISSOURI
Kansas City—
Baltimore
Bank
Blue Hills Bank of Commerce
Central Bank

Linwood

75

10o

Haverhill National Bank
Merrimack Valley National

30

Bank of Vicksburg

University Bank

Holyoke—
Holyoke National Bank
Park National Bank

275

Louisville "trustee ctfs"_—
•
Liberty National Bank & Trust—25




57

Gloucester—

Cape Ann Bank 8c Trust Co
Gloucester National Bank

8

Vlcksburg—
First National

City National Bank 8c Trust

—

36

-25
25
100

Safety Fund National Bank—

99
100
68 %
70%

10

65%

Haverhill—

Louisville—
Bank of Louisville-Royal Bank «te
Trust
Co_____.
—10
Citizens Fidelity Bank 8c Trust
10
First
National Bank—
Shares split 2-for-l
First National Lincoln Bank of

•Sale

—

Fitchburg—

100

Covington Trust & Banking Co—10
First National Bk 8c Trust Co
10
Peoples-Liberty Bank <& Trust
10
Security Bank
..
100
Lexington-

Federal

•

37
84
62

Cambridge—
Harvard Trust Co

KENTUCKY

150

40

Brockton—
Natl Bank of Plymouth County—10
Plymouth-Home National Bank
20

5

Depos Guaranty Bank 8c Trust
First National Bank

10

Cambridge Trust Co

51
50

Jackson—

-25

Fall River '-National BankFall River Trust

Covington—

73

21

England Merchants National

Fall River
Durfee (BMC) Trust Co.

Citizens National Bank

69

Holds controlling interest In
banks, etc., throughout the
Ninth Federal Reserve District.
Quotation on page 65.

MASSACHUSETTS

Beverly—
Beverly National BankBeverly Trust Co

Bank of Topeka—10

41

25

Bank

38

MINNESOTA

30%

10

Boston—
Boston Safe

210
225

100

Wichita—
First National Bank

Saginaw—

.10

MinneapolisFirst Bank Stock Corp—

46

lo

65
65

Lansing—
Michigan National Bank.

42
30

10

Maryland Trust

Bank

MISSISSIPPI
1,200

40

—10

Topeka State Bank

68

Frederick—
Farmers and Mechanics

52

20

Merchants National Bank
State Savings Bank

58
80
71%

122
60
82
73
70

Bid

Old Kent Bank 8c Trust Co„
Union Bank 8c Trust Co

51

1,100

Des Moines—
Bankers Trust Co

National

117

10

Hagerstown Trust Co

20

Topeka—
Fidelity State Bank

35

20

Liberty Trust Co

Hagerstown—
Farmers, & Merchants Bank

Cedar Rapids—
Guaranty Bank & Trust Co
Merchants National Bank
Peoples Bank 8c Trust Co
Council Bluffs—

Ask

Bid

Second National

Cumberland—
First-Second National Bank

Western

IOWA

City National Bank
Council Bluffs Savings Bank
State Savings Bank—

10
10
10
10
Maryland National Bank
Mercantile Safe Deposit & Tr Co_10
10
Union Trust Co

Natl Bk_10
Frederick Co National Bank
10
Fredericktown Savings 8c Trust 20

Terre Haute—

Merchants National Bank
Terre Haute First Natl Bank

Par

Baltimore
Carrolton Bank of BaltimoreEquitable Trust Co
First National Bank of Md

Grand Rapids
Central BankCitizens Industrial

—

South Bend—
American

Par

MARYLAND

28
38

27
36

10

National City Bank
Old National Bank

First

91

BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963

December, 1963

Commonwealth—16%
City National Bank of Detroit—10
Detroit Bank & Trust Co
10
Manufacturers National
National Bank of Detroit
Public Bank
FlintCitizens Commercial 8c
Savings Bank
Genesee Merchants Bk

footnotes on page 93.

Bank—lo

12%
25
_20

& Trust. -10

d Ex-rights, t New

35
31

58
43%
61 %
70
77

46%

36

56%

44%

—

42%
60 %
69
76
17

77%
65

—

NEW HAMPSHIRE
Manchester—

Amoskeag National
Nashua—

17%

Indian Head National BankNashua Trust Co
Second National of Nashua—

79%
67

Portsmouth—
First National Bank

stock, x Ex-dividend, y Ex-stock dividend.

100

450

25
25
100

x70

20

Bank

60

90
260

zEx-50% stock dividend.

92

BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963
Par

NEW JERSEY
Par

Bid

Ask

Asbury Park—
First Merchants National Bank_2.50

New

Jersey

Trust

Co

of

Park

5

Atlantic CityBoardwalk National

10%

10

Asbury

Bank

28%
25

10
1

Guarantee Bank <Sz Trust

30%
27

6%

.

7%

Bayonne—

Broadway National Bank

50

Bridgeton—
Bridgeton National Bank

100
Cumberland National Bank
100
Farmers A Merch Natl Bank
20
Camden—
Camden Trust Co
5
First Camden Natl Bk & Tr Co_6%
Merchantville Natl Bk & Trust
5

180
136
260
37

Home Trust Co

51%
54

53
56

60

10

State Bank

81
82

46
45

Union County Trust Co

—10

Freehold—
Central Jersey Bk & Tr Co

2.50

Hackensack—
Bergen County National Bank
25
Peoples Tr Co of Bergen County—5
Haddonfield—
Haddonfield National Bank5
Jersey City—
Commercial Trust Co
10
First National Bank
10
Hudson County National Bank
10
Trust Company of New Jersey—2%

63

11

90
49

48

12'/a

185

28

29

37
51
/
41
30 %
11

54
44
33 %
12 %

Maplewood—
Maplewood Bank & Trust-

20

190

Morristown—
First National Iron Bank
Trust Co of Morris County

197

10
20

43
75

46

Mt HollyUnion Natl Bank & Trust

5

Kings County Trust Co__

10

Lafayette National Bank
10
National Bank of Far Rockaway_100
United Industrial Bank
100
United Natl Bank of Long Island_10

10

37 %

39

.

New Brunswick—
National Bank of N J
New Brunswick Trust Co—

-10

Common
3% class A preferred
Peoples National Bank.
Passaic—
Bank of Passaic & Clifton

10
10
25

50%

49
55

57

33%

35%

42

44

46%
14
9
80

10

& Trust
First National Bank of

Passaic County
Franklin Bank
New Jersey Bank & Trust
Col
Peoples Bank of Hawthorne
Prospect Park National Bank
Plainfleld—

25

Plainfleld Trust State Natl
Bank—5

Common

5

4.60 preferred

Point Pleasant—
Ocean County National Bank

50

375

42

25%
__

100

Hempstead Bank
5
Long Island Natl Bk (Hicksville)—5
Long Island Tr Co (Garden City)_5
.

Matinecock Bank (Locust Vailey)_5
Meadow Brook National Bank
5
Nassau Trust Co (Glen Cove)
5
Oceanside Natl Bk (Oceanside)-lOo
Peninsula Natl Bk (Cedarhurst)_6.25
Second National Bank & Trust
(Hempstead)
10
Valley Natl Bank of Long Island
5

State Bank of Rahway

1*2%

Bank of Babylon
5
Bank of Smithtown
10
Bk of Suffolk Co (Stony Brook)_10
Bridgehampton National Bank
lo

Toms River—
First National Bank

5

Trenton—
Broad Street National Bank
First Trenton National Bank

7

43%
28 %

L I (Smithtown)
5
First National Bank (Bay Shore) 10
First National Bank (East Islip)
5

North Fork Bk & Tr (Mattituck)-lo
Oysterman's Bank & Tr (Sayville)_5

Patchogue Bank—
Name changed to Island State Bk

51
36
25
58

46%
47 %
100
102
24
25 %
27

28
55
23 %
44

28
29
58
24 y2
46

400

37 y2

52
39

42

37
alio
63
a55

18
74
40
75
44
60
90
50

(Riverhead)-lO

39
130
67

19
78

Fiduciary Trust Co
Irving Trust Co

8

10
10
5o
10
10
10

—

Trade Bank & Trust

Co
Underwriters Trust Co
U S Trust Co of New York

10
40

.

30

10

36

38

25 %
40

5
5

26%
42

97
8

Hickory—
First Natl Bk of Catawba County—5
North Wilkesboro
Northwestern Bank
10

28

30

86

90

Raleigh—
Wilson—
Branch Banking &

300

5

70

5

36 %

37%

10

64

65

Canton National Bank
50
Dime Bank
First Natlonal Bank of Canton—10
Harter Bank & Trust Co
100

GO
22

23

Trust Co

Winston-Salem—
Wachovia Bank & Trust

OHIO
Akron—

Canton—

Peoples Merchants Trust Co
Cincinnati—
Central Trust Co
Fifth-Third Union Trust Co
First National Bank
Northslde Bank & Trust Co
Provident Bank
South Ohio National Bank

65

39%
37%
52

25
10
25
10
50
10
20

44%

41

38%
54
—

98
65

96
62
150

59%

62

55

Cleveland—
75

Capital Bank

25
16
50

390

55

Central National Bank
Cleveland Trust Co
Continental Bank
National City Bank
Ex 10% stock dividend

10

48

66

62%

63%
400
52

8

55%

56%

1

50

51

44%

45%

Society Corp vtc
Union

65

Commerce Bank

10

Columbus—
31

32

City National Bank & Trust Co—lo
2o
Dayton-

160

63
55
140

93%
79%
31%
109
600

82
110

Huntington National Bank
National Bank of Dayton

Manufacturers Hanover Trust Co_15
Morgan Guaranty Trust Co
25

45

10

Cbarlott
First Union National Bank
North Carolina National Bank
vuai lvvnv

47

70

New York City Banks—
Bank of Commerce
10
Bank of New York
40
Chase Manhattan Bank
12%
Chemical Bank New York Tr Co 12
Commercial Bank of No America—5
First National City Bank
:
20
Grace National Bank—
100
Merchants Bank of N Y
6.25
Royal National Bank
5
Sterling National Bank & Trust I5
New York City Trust Cos—

60

NORTH CAROLINA
Asheville—
Bank of Asheville

First National Bank

351/2

-62

25

57

First-Citizens Bank & Trust Co—10

Peoples Natl Bank (Patchogue)
5
Seaside Bk (Westhampton Beach )_20
Security Natl Bank of Dong Island
(Huntington)
5

Bankers Trust Co
Empire Trust Co
Federation Bank & Trust Co

30

Red Bank—

Monmouth County National Bk
1
Rutherford—
National Community Bank
of Rutherford
12.50

48
34
23
56

Long Island (Suffolk County)—

American Trust Co

Rahway—

10

Durham—
Central Carolina Bank & Trust—25
Mechanics & Farmers Bank
5

Long Island—

Newburgh—
Highland National Bank

34

23%

73

__

106
41
16
180

75

120

Long Island (Nassau County)—
Westbury Trust
12.50
Community Bank (Lynbrook)
20%
County National Bank (Mineola)-lo

Suffolk Co Natl Bk

33

25
10
11
10

65

75

232

Tinker Natl Bk (East-Setauket)—10

57

6%

Paterson—

Broadway Bank

48%

60
350
70

45

Scarsdale National Bank & Trust

41
59

100

Hampton Bays National Bank
25
Island State Bank (Patchogue)
5
Natl Bank of Lake Ronkonkoma_20

47%

Bid

5

(Chappaqua)
66

39
57

20
50

Eastern National Bank of

Newark—
Bank of Commerce
25
Broad National Bank.
30
Fidelity Union Trust Co
_5
Natl Newark <Ss Essex
Banking 10
National State Bank
6.25

Par

Co (Scarsdale)

Kings and Queens County—
Central State Bank—

First National Bank (Glen Head)_5
Franklin National Bank of
85

Ask

a38

—5

Bank of

20
20

Elizabethport Banking Co

National

-10

State of N Y National Bank

_

Bid

Northern Westchester Natl Bank

Kingston—
Kingston Trust Co
Rondout National Bank

ElizabethCentral

Jamestown—
Bank of Jamestown
First National Bank

57
143

93%
80%
32%
110
650

50%

52%

26
64

12.50

57
34
37

Third National Bk & Tr Co—6.25
Winters National Bank & Trust—10
Toledo—
Lucas County State Bank
50
National Bank of Toledo
25
Ohio Citizens Trust Co
.20
Toledo Trust Co
.20

Youngstown—
Dollar Savings & Trust
Union National Bank

85

145
64

62%
75
42
42

10

.10

26%

35
53
308

OKLAHOMA

67

37
54

312

39%

40%

55

46%

58
47

52%

53%

109
33%

110
34

120
65

130
67

74
81
70

77
83
74

Oklahoma CityFirst National Bank & Trust

First

10

54

Okla

Bancorporation
5
Liberty National Bank & Trust—10
Tulsa—
First National Bank & Trust
First Okla Bancorporation
Fourth National Bank
National Bank of Tulsa
Utica Square National Bank

60

9%

97/s

55

51

10

57
55
10

8%

5
10
10
15

31%

___

50

46

30%

—

20
10

Security National

Bank
Trenton Trust Co—
Union City—
Hudson Trust Co

25
5

8

82
60
70
78

21'

Rochester—
62--

Suffern—
National

Rockland

2o
20

25
16

49
54
60

-5

_

.12.60

46

Bank—

First Trust & Deposit—
Common—
2.50
Lincoln National Bank & Trust
Co of Central New York
10
Merchants National Bank
10

48

Troy—
Union National Bank
Utica—
Bank of Utica-

,

First Trust Co
i 10
Mechanics & Farmers Bank
10
National Commercial Bank &
Trust
Co of Albany
7.50
State Bank of
Albany
10
—

„.

—

Anburn—
National Bank of Auburn

50

90
67

53
87

56

Mohawk Valley
Oneida National Bank & Trust
Co of Central New York
Watertown—

Liberty Natl Bank & Trust Co

10

Marine Midland Trust Co
or Northern New York.
Watertown National Bank.

10

Lincoln National Bank
5
Manufacturers & Traders Tr Co—5

Chemung Cana] Trust

Co

Ithaca—

Toapkina County Trust
•Sale pries,

a

Co

145
75

5

10

50%

21

77

81

100
a39

55

30

5

29

32

10

55

60

See comprehensive footnotes

100

First National Bank of
Yohkers
2.50
First Westchester National Bank
(New Rochelle)
5
National Bank of Westchester
(White Plains) ——/»——
5
.

on

page

93.

d

-

Ex-rights,

—

t New

92

10
10
10

42%

44%

27
42

30
44

Altoona—

Altoona Central Bank & Tr Co—10
First National Bank
10

50 %

42%

10

58%
'

—

—

Bryn Mawr—

19%

40

(North Tarry town)

Allen town—
First National Bank
Lehigh Valley Trust Co
Merchants National Bank—

Bryn Mawr Trust Co
Carlisle—
Farmers Trust Co

—5

49

10

62

County Natl Bank
10
Doylestown—
Doylestown Natl Bank & Trust
5
Doylestown Trust Co
20
Harrisbnrg—
Dauphin Deposit Trust Co
_10
Harrisburg National Bank &
Trust Co
10
Keystone Trust Co
10

58

56

1000

51

—

Chester—
Delaware

25

16%

90%

Berwyn—
Upper Main Line Bank

First National Bank

14
28

Klmlra—

41%
46%

Westchester CountyCounty Trust Co (White Plains)—5

120

31
48

—

.

BrooklynSee Kings and Queens
CountyBuff &io—
Bank of Buffalo—.

40

20

16

20
2o

80 %
34

PENNSYLVANIA
18

44%

78%
33%

_20

64

16%

20

Marine Midland Trust Co of the

97

Oregon_12%

Security Bank of OregonUnited States National Bank

38%

25

.

Bank.

OREGON
Portland—
First National Bank of

Oregon Bank

Syracuse—

NEW YORK




.

25

Citizens Trust Co
Mohawk National Bank
Schenectady Trust Co

23

Albuquerque—

Albany—

—

Co

Security Trust Co
Schenectady—

NEW MEXICO
First National

Central Trust Co
Lincoln Rochester Trust

41
80

66%
114
30

—

44

—

—

Lancaster—

20%

21%

31

32

Conestoga National Bank
Farmers Bank & Trust

33

33%

Fulton National Bank
Lancaster Co National Bank

20

69

10
20
10

a29

71
30

65
a42

44

70

stock, x Ex-dividend. yEx-10% stock dividend. zB* 25% stock dividend.

93

BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES

December, 1963

QUOTATIONS FOR ALL SECURITIES ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1963
Par

Par

Bid

Lemoyne—
.10
Lemoyne Trust Co_
McKeesport—
Peoples Union Bank 8c Tr Co—12.5o
Western Pennsylvania Natl Bank_10

Columbia
First National Bank of South
Carolina

40 %
47
53

Bid

Bank

Groos National

52%

51

Greenville—
54

Asa

Ask

Peoples National Bank

-10

78

Kelly Field National BankNational Bank of Commerce

—

UTAH

Cumberland—

New

Cumberland County
National Bank 8c Trust

TENNESSEE

36

10

Norristown—
34

56

57

29 %

Montgomery County Bk & Trust_10
Philadelphia Banks—
Central-Penn National Bank
10
First Pennsylvania
Banking & Trust Co
5

35

30%
52%

10

51%

Second National Bank

10

58

Philadelphia

Trnst

Cos—
5

Broad Street Trust Co
& Southern Bank

Citizens

5

10

Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Co

Frankford Trust Co
10
Girard Trust-Corn Exchange Bk_10
Industrial Valley Bank & Trust—5

Liberty Real Estate Bk 8c Tr Co 10
Pennsylvania Warehousing 8c Safe
Deposit Co
.
100
Provident Tradesmen's Bk 8c Tr_12
Sonsitaly Bank & Trust Co
50

33 %
9
95
82
77
30
a 54

35
11

96%
78
31

Allegheny Valley Bank

50

70%

Pittsburgh National Bank
St Clair Deposit Bank
Union National Bank

90
180
54
a58
250

Pottsvllle—
Miners National Bank

83%
42'/a

33
26

5

Scranton—
East Scranton State Bank
25
Green Ridge Bank
12.50
North Scranton Bank 8c Trust
15
Northeast Pa Natl Bank 8c Tr
18
Scranton National Bank
5o
South Side Bank <fc Trust
25
Third National Bank 8t Trust
25
West Side Bank
25
Wilkes-Barre—
First National Bank
20
Hanover National Bank
20

86%

44%

34 %

56%
41
65
60
57
138

52
33 Va

49%

10
lo

36
*55

30
52
39

lo
10
10

24
36

10
33

31
42

26
38

-50
-10

Industrial National Bank
of Rhode Island
10
Plantation Bank of Rhode Islahd_10
Rhode Island Hospital Trust Co
10

69 Va
128

71
130

365

80
26

51%
40
82

30

54 Va
43%
85 Va

a

10

55
14
50
43
52
a35
55
60

45

10
5

112
54

116

29%

Mountain Trust Bank

32%

34%

SeattleMarine Bancorporation
INo par
Pacific National Bank
10
Peoples National Bank of Wash
20
Seattle-First National Bank—!
10

31

34
44

55%

70

40

Bank

of

Smithtown

offer

to

acquire control

by Marine Midland Corp. was withdrawn.
Bridgehampton National Bank (N. Y.) merger
proposal by Long Island Trust Co. was
cancelled

by

mutual consent.

Chartered Trust Co. (Toronto) effective Dec.
4th merged with Eastern Trust Co., of Hali¬

52

67%

National
.12%
Guaranty National Bk (The)—50
Twentieth Street Bank
25
25

25
20

25

Commonwealth Bank & Trust Co. (Pittsburgh)
if stockholders and regulatory agencies ap¬
prove
may merge
with and into Union
National Bank of Pittsburgh.
Farmers Bank & Trust Co. (Lancaster, Pa.) if
stockholders and Comptroller of Currency

82

540

County

County
Farm¬

stock will be exchanged share-for-share,
and
Lancaster
holders will -receive one
share for each 1% held.

ers

Mount Vernon (N. Y.)
stockholders approve merger with and Into
Chemical Bank N. Y. Trust Co. by exchange
of 2Ve shares for each share held. Merger

First National Bank of

regulatory

agencies.

Co. (San Fran¬
California Bank.
National Bank (Pa.). See




Liberty Real Estate

Trust Co. in this tabu¬

Bank & Trust Co. stock¬

approved merger with and into
Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Co. by exchange
of 0.7 shares for each share held. Merger is
still
subject to approval of regulatory

holders have

agencies.

52%
43

36%

68%

69%

135

44%

46%
43% 45%
525
550

60

62

67%
90
45

70

50

*74
110

79

•90%

__

WISCONSIN

89

a80

approve may merge with Lancaster
National Bank to form Lancaster
Farmers National Bank. If approved

held.

45

84

10

First Huntington

Milwaukee—10
American State Bank10
Marshall 8c Hsley Bank.
First Wisconsin National Bank
10
Home Savings Bank
10

Layton Park State Bank—
Marine Corp
Mitchell St State Bank
West

tNew stock, x Ex-dividend, y Ex-5%

Lancaster County
Farmers Bank &
lation.

100

Puget Sound National Bank

90

First Western Bank & Trust
cisco) acquired by United

is being changed to Eastern &
Eastern shares are be¬
ing exchanged share for share, and Char¬
tered holders receive 11 shares for each 10
name

173
35%

130

Wheeling Dollar Sav 8c Tr Co

100
34

County National Bank—12%

Chartered Trust Co.

fax;

43
51
41

Spokane—

South Wheeling Bk 8c Trust Co
Security Natl Bank 8c Trust Co

55
43
36
1575

approval of

43%
42%

Wheeling—

10

to

47%

110
42 V*
42
83

58

Half Dollar Trust 8c Sav Bank

65
53

76

subject

47

WEST VIRGINIA

20

still

46

46%

Huntington—

100
54
84

is

40%

20

Comprehensive Footnotes for Banks and Trust
(Mergers, Acquisitions, Etc.)
Bank of Jamestown (N. Y.) stockholders ap¬
prove merger with and into Manufacturers &
Traders, Trust Co. of Buffalo. If regulatory
agencies approve holders will receive 1.75
shares for each one held.

48%
"'40

.10
-10

Seattle Trust 8c Savings Bank

32

20

d Xx-rlghts.

42

36%

Tacoma—

Houston Bank & Trust Co
Houston National Bank
Lockwood Natl Bk of Houston

Bee comprehensive footnotes below,

40

.10

Washington Trust Bank

64

—100

50

34%

First National Bank in Spokane_100
Old National Bk of Washington
10
Old National Corp
10

42

42

-10

48%

WASHINGTON

62%

10

First National Bank
Frost National Bank—

20

59%

225
29
60

10

San Antonio—
National Bank.

10

Roanoke
Colonial-Amer National BankFirst National Exchange Bank-

25%
58%

20

Port Arthur—
First National Bank

10

100
10

Central National Bank
7.50
First 8c Merchants Natl Bank
10
Southern Bank & Trust
15
United Virginia Bank Shares Inc-10

65

Long Point National Bank
20
MacGregor Park National Bank—20
National Bank of Commerce
10
North Side State Bank
5
Reagan State Bank
20
South Main State Bank
20
Texas National Bank
10
University State Bank.
100

5

Virginia Commonwealth Corp
Virginia Trust Co

1000
85

10
10

220

Richmond-

29

20

100

100

Bank

National Bank
Citizens Trust Co
Merchants <te Farmers Bank

49y2

Chimney Rock National Bank

40

1)

for 1

plus 10% stock dividend)
Central National Bank

38

Virginia National Bank

450

10

20

Montpelier National Bank

Portsmouth—

20

American Bank 8c Trust Co
Bank of the Southwest N A-—
New $10 par (shares split 2

47

American

20
100

10
10
10
20

44

Montpelier—

73%

63

Continental National Bank
First National Bank
Fort Worth National Bank
Riverside State Bank

37
70
50

VERMONT
Brattleboro—
Vermont Bank 8c Trust Co_

30%

:

12

10

10

50
60
48

10

State National Bank
Fort Worth—

120

25

33

Bexar

Charleston—
Citizens 8c Southern Natl Bank
South Carolina National Bank

price,

20

8%
34
65
45
115

NorfolkSeaboard Citizens Natl Bank—
New $5 par (shs split 2% for

38

Alamo

SOUTH CAROLINA
•Sale

12
100
10

25c

Lynchburg—
Fidelity National Bank

72%

Harrisburg National Bank

RHODE ISLAND
Providence—
Citizens Trust Co.
Columbus National Bank__

.

Citizens State Bank
Fidelity Bank & Trust Co
First City National Bank

of)

Banco Credito y Ahorro Ponceno_20
Banco Popular de Puerto Rico
20
Banco de Ponce
100

10

57
44%

VIRGINIA

28
30
33
30

20
10
First National Bank
10
Grand Avenue Bank & Trust Co_20
Greenville Ave State Bank
20
Grove State Bank
.—20
Hillcrest State Bank
20
Industrial National Bank
10
Lakewood State Bank
20
Mercantile National Bank
10
Merchants State Bank
20
National Bank of Commerce
10
Northwest National Bank.
Oak Cliff Bank <fe Trust Co
lo
Park Cities Bank 8c Trust
Preston State Bank
12

Co

Walker Bank & Trust Co
Zions First National Bank

35
34
36

20

55
43

Trust Co 10
Tracy-Collins Bank & Trust Co_6.25

63

Houston—

PUERTO RICO
(Commonwealth

90

El Paso National Bank
65

31 %

9%
69%

36
45
95

34
44

El Paso—
Chelmont State Bank

63
60

10

Central Pennsylvania
York Bank 8c Trust Co

-

Southwest National Bank

10

d59%

10
24

South Oak Cliff State Bank
Texas Bank & Trust Co
Wynnewood State Bank

72
105

Wyoming National Bank

66
200

10

Republic National Bank

58

Miners National Bank
Willi amsport—
First National Bank
West Branch Bank & Trust
York—
Drover 8c Mechanics Natl Bank
First National Bank
Industrial Natl Bank West York
National Bank & Trust Co of

Dallas—
American Bank & Trust Co
Bank of Services & Trust Co
East Dallas Bank 8c Trust

Fair Park National Bank
First Citizens Bank of Dallas

56

_5
10

63 Va

8%

-25
.1.25

Salt Lake CityContinental Bank 8c

Rutland—
Rutland County

Exchange Bank 8c Trust Co—

30
42

20

Beading—
Berks County Trust Co_
Peoples Trust-City Bank.
Reading Trust Co

60

Empire State Bank

95

10
.10
10

,

First National Bank
10
Guardian Central Trust
1
5
National Bank of Commerce
lo
State Savings Bank
100
Union Planters National Bank
10
Nashville—
Commerce Union Bank
10
First Amer National Bank
lo
Third National Bank in Nashville-lo

325

TEXAS
72%

47

10
40

Mellon Natl Bank 8c Trust Co
North Side Deposit Bank

320

55%

Pittsburgh—
Avalon Bank
50
Brookline Savings & Trust
12.50
Commonwealth Bank & Tr Co
100
Iron & Glass Dollar Savings
100

.100

Memphis—

162

Security Bank-

Commercial

First Security Corp.
First Security Investment

45
88

Knoxville—

Hamilton National Bank-

Philadelphia National Bank
of Phila

Chattanooga—
American National Bank & Tr—20
Hamilton National Bank—
20

Ogden—

20
10
20
2o

Bank

Side

60

49%

52%

54

35
45
51
50

54

50

stock dividend. * Kx-50* stock dividend.

Companies

National Bank of Commerce

(Dallas) proposed

with Texas National Bank of Houston
would change name to Texas National Bank
merger

of Commerce.

Co. (Lynn, Mass.) if stock¬
Comptroller of Currency ap¬
proves may merge with Danvers National
Bank of Mass. under title of SecurityDanvers National Bank.

Security

Trust

holders

and

Texas National Bank

See National
this tabulation.

(Houston).

Bank of Commerce item in

Bank (N. Y.) merger with
Banking & Trust Co. under title
of National Bank of Northern New York
was effective Sept. 30.

Watertown National
Massena

Winthrop Bank & Trust Co. (New London)
may merge with
and Into -Hartford Na¬
tional Bank & Trust Co. of Hartford.
If
stockholders and regulatory agencies ap¬
prove holders will receive three shares for
each

one

held.

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.

Securities Called for Redemption
We

are

attempting to indicate in this

tabulation not ONLY the issues being called for redemption, but also

the details of any contemplated mergers, purchase or exchange offers, special interest payments
of the various companies (both listed and over-the-counter issues) quoted in this Record.

BONDS

Brockton Edison Co. 5Vis due April 1, 1989,
entire issue called for redemption on Dec. 6

at 105%.
Banking Co. of Georgia 5s due
Aug. l, 1988, entire issue called for redemp¬
tion on Dec. 3 at 103.

First

Fort
1,

RB.

&

Street Union Depot Co. 3%s due Dec.
1965, entire issue to be redeemed on

Dec.

1

common on dollar-for-dollar basis at closing
market price on Nov. 29.

.

California Eastern Aviation 6s due Aug. 1,
1968, entire issue called for. redemption on
Dec.
17
at 102.
Convertible into Dynalectron Corp. common at $3.24 per share
to Dec. 2.

Bush Terminal BIdgs, an initial liquidating
distribution of $36 was paid on June 14 to

holders of record June 7.
of
the Ritz
stockholders
approve
merger with Lanvin Perfume and change of
name to Lanvin-Charles of the Ritz. Lanvin
\ holders will receive 7/10ths of a share of
common and 3/.10ths of a preferred share

Charles

for each share held. Ritz shares will be ex¬
changed 1.3 common for for each common

held.
Clifton Precision

Products

assets

may be ac¬

quired by Litton Industries if stockholders

at 100.

approve.

Home Oil Co., Ltd. 6s due Jan. 15, 1975, en¬
tire issue called for redemption on Dec. 30
at 104% in Canadian currency.

Cummins Engine if stockholders approve may
merge with White Motor Co., and change
name
to White-Cummins Co. If approved

Temco Aircraft Corp. 5 Vis due Oct. 1, 1971,
entire issue called for redemption on Dec. 27
at 102.

Cummips holders will receive 1.59 common
shares of new company for each share held,
and White stock would be exchanged share
for

STOCKS

Academy Life Insurance Co. subject to stock¬
holders approval may be acquired by Secu¬

rity Life & Accident Co.
Electronics, Inc. stockholders approve
of assets
to Litton Industries, Inc.
Public stockholders are to receive stock
valued at $15 for each share held.

Adier

sale

Industries, Inc. proposed acquisition

Advance

by Wilson Brothers calls for surrender of
present
holdings
for concellation, after
which each 6.25 Advance shares would be
exchanged for one company share.
Altamil Corporation merger agreement with
American Bosch Arma Corp. has been aban¬
doned.

Equitable Assurance Co. share ex¬
change offer made by Reliance Insurance
Co. (Phila.). Company will offer 0.79 share

American

of its $5 par common for each share to
holders of less than
15,000 shares, and
0.79 of a share of $50 par class A common
for each 10 shares to .holders of 15,000 or
more

Aro

shares.

Corporation, 4%% pfd., entire issue called

for redemption on Dec. 2 at $52 per

share

plus 56 V\ cents dividend.
Arts & Crafts Materials Corp. 51% of stock
has been acquired by Allegheny Pepsi-Cola
Bottling Co.
Bowey's Inc. stockholders approve merger into
Capitol Food Industries, Inc. on a share'

for-share basis.
Breskin Publications, Inc. may merge with
and into McGraw-Hill Publishing Co. Merger
calls for exchange of $17.50 in cash or
0.58 shares for each share held.

Brunning (Charles) Co., Inc. stockholders have
approved merger with and into Addresso-




graph-Multigraph Corp. Plan calls for each
Brunning
for

0.6

common

common

Brunning

share to

shares

preferred

to

of

be

be exchanged
Addressograph.
exchanged for

share.

Empire Devices, Inc. acquisition by Singer Co.
has been effected by exchange of shares.
Jefferson Lake Sulphur subject to approval of
stockholders
may
merge
with and into
Occidental Petroleum Corp. Common stock¬
holders
will receive 65/1000ths for each
share held, and it is contemplated that
the 7% preferred will be redeemed.
Litecraft Industries, Ltd, stockholders approve
merger into Silvray Lighting, Inc. The new
.name is Silvray-Litecraft Corp., and it is
expected the shares will be listed on the
American Stock Exchange.

Rubber Corp.

assets

acquired by

Associated Oil & Gas Co. Stockholders re¬
ceive 0.895 shares plus $11.55 in cash for
each share held.
M

&

D Stores Fixtures, Inc. If stockholders
Dec. 16 approve may merge with and
into Suburban Gas through an exchange
of stock.
on

McCloud

River

Lumber

Co.

stockholders

ap¬

acquisition by United States Plywood
Corp.
The
first
liquidating distribution
of $15 is payable Oct. 21 upon surrender
prove

of

certificates

to

First

Bank of
Minneapolis. Second distribution to be made
on Jan. 15, 1964.

National

Morton

Foods, Inc. subject to approval of
stockholders may be acquired by General
Mills, Inc. If approved each four shares
will be exchanged for one of General Mills.
Nevada Northern Gas Co. if stockholders ap¬
prove on Dec. 20, may merge into Southwest
Gas Corp. on the basis of 0.6 shares for
each share held.
New York Fire Insurance Co.

offer
made
(Phila.). 1.45

by

Reliance

share

exchange
Insurance Co.

$5 par common shares for
share to holders of less than 15,000
shares and 1.45 $50 par class A shares
each

or

10 shares
shares.

more

to

holders

with

15,000

Northwest Nitro-Chemicals Ltd. exchange

being

offer

made by

Commercial Solvents Corp.
at the rate of one share of series A pfd.
for each 12% shares of Northwest held.
Northwest Paper Co. if directors and stock¬
holders approve company may merge with

and into Potlatch Forests, Inc. If approved
holders will receive 1V« shares for each
share

held.

Pioneer Home Owners Life Insurance Co. pro¬

posed merger into American Life Insurance
Co. (Dallas) by exchange of one American
share for each 2% held is subject to stock¬
holders approval on Dec. 2.
an

Producing Properties, Inc.

initial liquidat¬

ing dividend of $5.25
declared

to

holders

on the common was
of record Sept. 30. In

addition, $31.62% will be paid

on

preferred

of same record date.
Professional

& Business Men's Insurance Co.
merger with and into Kentucky
Life Insurance
Cos.
already ap¬

(Texas)

Dynacolor Corp. acquired by Minnesota Min¬
ing
Mfg.
Co.
Stockholders
receive
one
share for each five held.

Long Mile

each

for

OR dissolutions

Central

proved by stockholders, has also been ap¬
proved by the Kentucky and Texas State
Insurance Departments.
Stockholders will
receive one non-voting share for each 2%
held.
Rocket

Jet

Engineering Corp. being acquired

by Gulf & Western Industries. Stockholders
to

receive

4.6

shares

for each share

held.

Schield Bantam Co.

ring
shares

Co.
of

common

being acquired by KoehStockholders will receive 0.13

new

5%%

class D pfd. for each

share held.

Scruggs-Vandervoot-Barney
stock

95%

of

common

acquired by Marshall-Wells Co.
through purchase offer of $16.35 per share.
was

Sprague Engineering Corp. merger with and
into Teledyne, Inc. was effected on Oct. 31.
Each Sprague share will be exchanged for
Teledyne series A prefered on basis of one
for 3.53.
Texas Butadiene &

dating

Chemical Corp. 2nd

liqui¬

distribution

of $3.80 paid on July
Initial of $10 was paid in Aug. 1962.
Assets acquired by Sinclair Petrochemicals,
12.

Inc.

Tuboscope Co. acquired by American Machine
&

Foundry Co. Stockholders will receive
9/10ths of a share for each share held.
Vector Manufacturing Co., Inc. may merge
with and into United Aircnaft Corp. If stock¬
holders approve, shares will be exchanged
at rate of one share for each nine Vector
held.
Water Industries

Capital Corp. dissolution

ap¬

proved by shareholders calls for a liquidat¬
ing dividend of $8.35 paid to holders of
record May 13.
Western Power & Gas Co. 5.44%
preferred,
entire issue called for redemption on Dec. 6
at $52.50 per share plus dividend.
Zonolite Company merged Into W. R. Grace
& Co. Stockholders receive 0.255
each share held.

shares

for

95

December, 1963

New York Stock Exchange
Continued from page 15

November
Value '

Union Oil of

2,000
5.000

a,408,000
20,000

6,000

4~000

38,000
8,000
19,000

12~000

California—

4%s conv subord

1,579,000

27~000
45,000
73,000
46,000

8,000
-12,000

(610,000
1,000

215~000
381,000

175,000

102,000

17,000
2,000
21,000

47,000

21~000
227,000

4,000
14,000

19~000
64~000

F-A

Vanadium Corp of America—
3 %s conv subord debs—1969
4%s conv subord debs—1976
Vendo (The) Company-—

■.<s

1980
Virginia Electric & Power—
4%s conv subord debs

1st <& ref M 2%s ser E_1975
1st <fe ref M 3s
ser F_1978
1st & ref M 2%s ser G-1979
1st & ref M 2%s ser H_198o
1st <& ref M 3%s ser L.1981
1st 3s ref M 3%s ser J_1982
Va 3s Southw 1st gtd 5s—2003
Gen mtge 4%S
1983

Virginia Ry 3s series B 1995
1st lien 3s ref M 3%s ser C '73
1st lien 3s ref 4s ser F_1983
6s subord Income debs.2008

1982

debs

Wabash RR Co—
Gen mtge 4s ser A Jan 1981
Gen inc 4%s ser B Jan 1991
1st mtge 3%s ser B
1971
Warren RR 1st ref gtd 3%s 2000
Wash Term 2%s ser A—_1970
Westchester Lightg 3%s
1967

mtge 3s gtd

1979
3%»—1974

A-O
M-S
J-J

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

26,000

nlooo

■Cooo
30,000
9,000

1966

1st mtge 3%s ser L
West Shore 1st 4s gtd

.-2361

2361

Registered

Western Maryland Ry Co—
Gen mtge 4s ser A——1969
1st mtge 3%s ser C
1979
5%s debentures
_.
1982
Western Pacific RR 3%s_1981
5b income debentures
1984
Western Union Tel 5%s—1987

Westinghouse Elec 2%s

1971

Wheeling 3c Lake Erie RR—
Gen 3s ref M 2%s ser A_1992
Wheeling Steel Corp—

75,000

24,000

49,000
6,000

debentures—1975
Whirlpool Corp 3%s
1980
Wilson 3c Co 4%s sf debs_1978
3%s conv

Wisconsin Central RR Co—
1st mtge 4s ser A
2004
A4%s inc ser A_Jan 1 2029
Wisconsin Elec Pwr 2%s_1976
1st mtge 2%s
_1979
Wisconsin Pub Serv 3%s_1971
Yonkers Elec Lt 3s Pr

2%s_'76

Youngstown Sheet 3s Tube Co
1st mtge 4%s ser H____ 1990
•

104

Sale

93%
100%

—

J-D
A-O

139

M-N
A-O

J-J
A-O

—

Sale

Sale

Sale

93%

100%

Sale

141

Sale

__

__

Nov
7
94% Nov 13

26
11
15
12

97% July

107

90

96

Nov 26
94% Nov 13

99%

1

Nov
8
98
Nov
1
99% Nov 20
102% Nov
7
103
Nov 20
102
Nov 19
100

Sale
Sale

139

Sale
Sale

96%
101%

»

Nov 22
Nov 20

Sale
88

87
94

96%
101%

Sale

97%
103%

93
91

7

99% Nov

Sale

88

17
23

96% Nov

II

103% 104%
101% 103%

87
94

97% Nov 27

Oct
89% Jan
95
Nov
94y» Jan
92% July
98% Sep

112% Nov 19

99%

104%

144%

96% Oct 24

4

95

99%
Sale
100% 101
103%

103

85

97% Nov 27

Nov

104

95% Nov 29
101% Nov
6

87

Nov~12

101% Apr 19
132
85

5

Mar 26
92% July 15
101% Jun 25
91% Sep 25
103 % Feb 18
101% July 24
103% Jan 17
106
Jan 14
105% Jan
9
105
Mar 27

98
Oct
4
99% Nov 20
102% Nov
7
103
Nov 20

Nov
1
Nov 27

3
Jun 10
Jan

97

91% Apr 25
99% Sep 12

101 Nov~22
99% Nov 29
101% Nov
1
105% Nov 19
104% Nov 26
103 % NOV 13
146
88

1

84% Nov 29
69% Jan 11
99
Aug 23

Nov~12

109

96%
Sale

95

100%
98% Sale
101%
Sale
103% 104
__

112% Nov 19

114% Mar

85% Nov
7
71
Nov 18

101

__

Oct 14

89% Jan
2
104
Sep 10

6

—

__

100

Sale

101
102

_

103% Nov 26

Nov

Nov~26

94%

96%

Sale

Prices

81% July 8
106% Jun 11
134% Aug 30
87% Jun 25
72
May 13
100% Mar 20
106% May 7

91

104% Nov 26
131% Nov 12

91

94%
91%
99%
91%

—

97%

89%

__

Sale
Prices

103%

Sale

111%

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Highest

Lowest
Sale
Prices

Highest

91
Nov
6
104% Nov 26
127
Nov 18
84% Nov 29
70
Nov
6

—

96%

97

89%
91
96

89%
96
94

99%

Sale

96%

95
92%

105
Sale
84% Sale
69% 71

103% 105

105

109%

103
104% 105%
103% 105%
103
104

Feb 12
Jan
8

161
88

Nov 27

9

94

Aug 29

93% Jan
96% Nov 29
102% Nov 27

95% Nov 29
101% Oct 23

Nov 29

84% Oct 15
75% July 16

Sep

4

98% Jan 15
104% Jan 11

SO
82

Feb 21
Jan 25

114

Jan 15

J-D

79

85

79%

Sale

85%
76%

90
Sale

85%

M-S

78

Sale

76

Nov

4

78

Sale

92%

Sale

91%

93%

91

Nov

6

93 % Nov 20

91

87%

85%
82%
80%

83

86 Va

85% Nov 26

85% Nov 13

84% Oct 14

86% Jan

78
Nov
7
86% Nov 20

78

Nov

7

88

Nov 22

78
Jun 18
85% Sep 27
85
Oct 10
86
Apr 30

78
Jun 18
90% Jun 18

M-S
M-S
M-S
tf-D
M-S

106

86%

——

78

89%

87%
82 %

88
86

87

J-J

84%

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

91 %
75 %
90

91%
116%

M-S

91%

Sale

94

Sale

April
April

74

Sale

78%

73%
87 %
33%
85%

Sale
88%

78

Sale

38
86

79%
79%
92%
38%

98

99
85

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

86%

76%

92
91 %
77

92

90%

__

—

M-N

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

95%
80%

May
F-A
M-S

M-N

86%

F-A
J-J

86%
97%

J-J

65%
57
83%

J-D
M-S

Sale

79

91

90%

79% Nov 11
79% Nov 29

74
Jan
73% Jan
87% Jan
33% Jan

2
2
4
2

81% May 22

Sep

17
18
6

99

Apr 15
57% Jan 2

100

Jan

7

63% Jun

3

2

63

3

79%

91%

89
35

38

97%

Sale
65

72%
64
.

.

36 Va Nov 22'

83%
81%

98%
60%

98%
—

Sale
Sale
60%
—

79%
100% 101%
100
105

87%

97

Nov 14

r_

83

.*

102

104

101

—

103%

redemption, either

92

—

Sale
Sale

Sale
91

92% Nov 27

98
60

Nov

4
4
6

59

Nov
Nov

97

Nov 27

100 %

Nov~~l

91

99
Nov 22
61 % Nov 12
61 % Nov 13

100
Nov 26
104% Nov
7
87% Nov 29

97% Nov
101 Ya

Nov~~4

100
106

Nov 26
Nov 26
Nov
7

Nov 18

t

62
92

Feb 27
Oct
3

40% Feb 18

—.

.

Sold ex-interest.

e

The following

Nov 18

73

64% NOV

6

4

______

__——

95% Jan
2
79% Apr 30
98
Jan 21
80
May 22
97% Jan 4
102% Jun 26
87% NOV 29

Oct 14

93

Nov

83
—

sale,

transactions were made dur¬
month and are not included in

7

93
—

—

93% May 20

Jun

99% Aug 26
81
May 24
101% Oct 15
81
May 28

100% Sep 30
107% Feb 21
91
Apr 23
77

Oct 14

93

Apr 16
90% Jun 19
99
Mar 12

65% Jan
57
Jan

73% Oct 15
72
Apr 26

88% Jan

3

3
2

83% July 26

84% Mar

92% Mar

4

95

Jun 14

75% Oct 22

80

Aug 12

——

95%

Jan
7
83% Oct 25

86% Jan 16
97
Aug 16

Nov 27

71% Nov 29

Odd-lot sale,

x

90

57% Jan

77

63% Nov

partially or entirely:

Deferred delivery
Cash sale,

88

——

None.
r

6

—

89

May

98

—

Sale
64

97

92% Nov 27

—

71%
62%
83

_

ing the current

98% Nov 19

80 % Jun

80

89
87

m

80

a

39% Nov 13

85

96

95 %

J-J

78
Nov 21
75% Nov 21

—

93

83%

79%
Sale

78

85

J-J

A-O

Sale

Sale
Sale

78

__

89%
89
97

—

Apr 26

104% May 24

96%

77

„

94% May 24
121

90% Mar 27

__

100
104% 105%
87% 88%

90

Nov 8

78% Apr" 10
90% Jan 23

94% Nov 21

59

80

—

118

6
76% Nov
90% Jan 18
91% Feb 19
116
Aug 5

90% Nov 26

Sale

81

75%

4

Sale

61
61

59%

Sale

77% Nov

92%

98%

106

6

5

94% Jun 18

117% Nov 21

60

100%

70
98
105
86

76% Nov

87% Mar

8

117%

117

92%

97%

M-S

May

Sale
84 %

91%

.98

6

—

97%
83 %

—

__

___

90%

99% 100
57% Sale
57% Sale

J-J

76%

.Tr—

117% 118%

—

79%
91

A-O
A-O

•

92

—

88
86

•

Sale

Nov

.

82%
92

_

——

82%
80 %
77%

J-D
A-O

selling flat.




70%

99% 100 %

—

—

J-J
M-N
M-N

Companies reported as being in bankruptcy
receivership or being reorganized under Section
77 of the Bankruptcy Act or securities assumed
by such companies.
I The following bonds have been called for
t

129

70

104% 105%

91%
102

Negotiability impaired by maturity.

None.
A Bond

104

Sale
86 %

129%
85%

84% 90

A-O
M-S
M-S

West Penn Power—

29,000
43,000
54,000

104% 105%

,

1972
debentures—_1973

West Penn Electric

91

91

69% Sale
99% 101

debs—1988

& coll tr 4%s_1977
& coll tr 4%s_1978
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
2%s debentures
1967
United States Steel Corp—
4s > f debentures
1983
4%s s f debentures
1986

Gen

2~6oo

M-S
A-0

F-A

F-A

debentures

Vornado Inc—
5s conv subord

J-D

J-D

Ask

Bid

89% Sale
104% 106%
118% Sale

J-D

1986

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
3%s s f
1st mtge
1st mtge
4%s s f

Opening or

Interest Opening or
Period
Bid
Ask

23/4S 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
Union Tank Car Co 4%s_1973
5s s f debentures—
United Aircraft Corp—

Nov. 1

1963

BONDS

»

—PRICES IN NOVEMBERNov. 29
Lowest
Closing or
Sale
Bid
Ask
Prices

Price Jan. 2,

New York
Stock Exchange

Sales in

Nov

7

101

Oct 18

4

102% May 16

the year's range because of the reason shown
below:
Haloid-Xerox, Inc. 4%s due May 1, 1981,
entire issue called for redemption on Nov.
29 at 104.

96

American Stock

Exchange

Continued from page 39

American
Stock Exchange

Aggregate Sales
Since

in

November

Jan. 1

648,000

119,000

972,000

5i"666

9~6OO

124'/a

70

Sale

66

97%

Sale

1971

90

95
90

97%
94%

98%
96%

Penn Water <Si Pw 3V«s_1964

177,000

1970

3'As

26,000

Pub Serv El & Gas 6s—1998

129
Sale
Sale

1972
&

88

1976

75

85

Rapid-American 7s

30,000
127,000 3,642,000

53As

1957

debs—1977

sub

conv

7%%

201,000

sub deb ww

Broadcasting
Development 6s

Reeves

6,000
251,000 3,132,000
10,000
70,000
2,000
58,000
8,000
80,000
86,000
8,000

110,000

42,000
67,000

368,000
749,000

24,000
31,000

127,000
207,000

3%s
4%s
4%s
4%s

14,000

264,000

4%s series

K

series

L

163,000
29,000
6,000
13,000

78~000

Sale

99%

Sale

90

88%

89 3/4

Sale

99'A Nov 29
88 % Nov
4
113
Nov 26

101

Nov 12

71

115

H7%

70

70

Sale

65

95%

95

95%
91%

94% Nov

99%

98% Nov

80

99%
■.

r

124%
80 Ya

Sale
Prices

Prices

98%
94%

|L'-

Sale

121

125

Nov

4

Nov 13

98% Nov

59

5s

4%s series M.

314,000
185,000

4%s series N
4y«s series O

94% July 29

6

~6

Nov" 20

99%

Feb 20
97% Mar 19
93 % Aug
2
122
Nov 20
74
May 17
50
Oct
1

Nov~26

I

124% Nov

4'As series P
4%« Series Q

447,000
394,000
285,000

Jan
Feb

100

Jan

May 15
127% Apr 16

79% Nov 18
54
Nov 26

90

91

90

93%

90

Nov 27

92% Nov 14

85

Mar 27

92 y« Nov 14

92

94%

92

Sale

87

Nov 26

92

72

Jan

95

85

Feb 26
7
Mar 25

86
Feb 26
99% Apr 29

Sep 10
Aug 20

90% Jan
87
Apr

85
Sale

Nov 11
Nov 11

85
60

98%

Sale

Sale

98%

93%

88%

90%
98% Sale
104 y4
a.—'
104% 105
'

-r-

'

.

94%

Sale

Sale
98

99%

93 Ya

104,000

91

91%

92 Ya

Southwestern Gas <5?
Electric 3 Vis A
.1970
Szabo Food Service 6§- .1973
.1980
Telereglster Corp 6s

93%
90
67

92

93%
90%
76

73 %

85% Nov

6

91% Nov

6

Nov 29
8
102
Nov
6
104
Nov 26
102 y2 Nov 20
90

97% Nov

99
90

85
87

82

6

91% Nov

86% Jun 3
91
Sep 19
83% July 24
90
Sep 17

6

90% Nov 11
100 »A Nov
7
103
Nov 21
103

Nov 21

97% Nov
8
101% May 17
102% Apr 18
101% May 17

99'A Nov
6
99
Nov
8
96'% Nov 20

101

Nov~29

104% Jan 17
Oct 18
99

Nov 22
100% Nov
4

104% Nov 27

——

95

100% 100%

—

85% Nov

97% Jun

Nov 26
Nov 27
87% Nov 15

1

"

—

96 Ya
95

—

Nov 27
87% Nov 15

98

99% 100%

Sale

92%
80

—

94%
93%
77

4

98

102 y4102 y2
1043/4
Sale
99%
100 y4100 y2
96
96%

107

'

'

Sale

104% 105

101%

99%
100%

87%

90

80
87 y4
80
923/4
83
85
90 Ya
Sale
Sale
98
102 y2102%

92%
86 y4
92 Ya

105

98% Nov

85%

87
91%
84

Sale

85 y2
80

85%

__

Nov 12

75

90
84

Southern Counties Gas
of California 3s
1971

Nov 22

99% Nov 18
93

Nov 22

101'A Nov 28

99

96% Nov 22

96
98

Oct

a

Oct 23
Oct 25
99% Nov 18

98

93% Feb

31,000
102,000

284,000
557,000
36,000
229,000
61,000 1,366,000

America 6 %s
.1973
United Improvement &
Investment Corp 6s
1976
U S Natural Gas 6s
1977
Wash Water Pr 3%s
1964
Webb & Knapp Inc 5s_1974

100

Sale

102

92

Jan

89

94%
87%
93%
101%
104%
105%
104%
106

—

.

90%

96
155
99% 100'A
70 Ya
Sale

87
146

Sale
Sale
Sale

76
225
99%
55 %

75

100% 102 V*

99%
53 y4

Sale

Feb 20
1
Feb
Feb 11
Jan 11
Jan 10
Jan
4

Aug 27
Jun
Jan

17
3
9

103% Jan
104% Jan 28:
101% May 14
102

Mar 26,

105

Sep

4

93% Nov

6

93

Sep

7

92 % Nov

7

91

July 25

93% Nov

7

93 y8 Jan 24
87% Feb
7

94% Jan

8:

72

77

Nov

4

66% Jan

92% Aug

3

82

1
9

100 Ya Nov 26

104 Ya Nov 18

90y» Mar

7

104% Sep 30

75
210

78
225
99%
55%

75

1

100
235
99%
70%

92 % Nov

93%

73

75
220

14
4

93% Nov 20

93%

93%

102%

14
6

Sep 16

Nov 22

6

95% Jan 2294

July

Nov
Nov

54

1
7
99% Nov
1
54
Nov 12

10%

10% Nov

77
225

99%

Nov 18
Nov
1
Nov
7
Nov
1

Nov

140% Jan 31
98% Jan 18
51

Jun

10

5

May

Transportation Corp of
86,000 1,325,000

6
15
7

Sale

294,000

709,000

93
100
95

Sale

South Calif Gas 3 Vis

41,000
114,000

98% Nov

58

■

1970

Jan 17

80%

9 4 V*

1987
1988

77

Sale

92%

__1986
1987

8

127% Oct 25

59

100% 101%
104% Sale
Sale
104
103 y4
104% 106
101%
Sale
102 %
'
101%

1985

Apr

108% May 24
90
Sep 13

57

85
93 Ya
79

—1981
1982

series G
series H
series
I—.
series J

Oct 23
10
30

82 '/a Jan
105
Jan

90

122

124

7

98

Nov 20
89'A Nov
4

80

88%
86%

1985

64,000

13,000
3,000

or

Ask

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
Lowest
Highest
Sale
Sale
Prices
Prices

Highest

88%

99 •
89

1982
1982
1983

88,000

20,000

Bid

Lowest
Sale

Realty Equities Corp—

139,000

36,000

96%

125
98
90

Safe Harbor Wt Pr 3s
1981
Southern Cal Edison 3s_1965
3Vis series A
1973
3s
series B
1973
2%s series C
1976
3 Vis series D
1976
3%s series E
1978
3s
series P
1979

145,000
897,000

44,000

Sale

1968.

Ohio Power 3'As—
1st mortgage 3s

99,900

9,000

108

82%

Closing

or
Ask

Bid

99%
89%

107

Nov. 29

Opening

Ask

Sale
Sale

Natl Bellas Hess 6s
1984
National General 5 %s:—1974
National Research 5s
1976
Nuclear Corp of America—
5%s conv debs
1976

50,000 1,270,000
62,000
770,000
118,000 3,529,000

45,000

Bid

PRICES IN NOVEMBER—

:

Nov. 1

Opening or

BONDS

S

$

Price Jari 2,
1963

Jan 10
Oct
8

July
Jan

3
11

FOREIGN GOVERNMENT
AND MUNICIPALITIES
ABaden

(Germany )7s

1981

100

110

120

a

1,000

5,000
5.000
11,000

35,000
43,000

10,000

Danzig Port & Water¬
ways Board 6'/2s_____1952
German Sav Bank & Clear
Assn debt adjust debs
5Vis
4%s

series A
series B
AHanover (Prov) 6'/2s

13%

Sale

10'/2

97%
94%

97%
94%

1967
1967
1949

110

Maranhao (State of) Brazil
Stpd pursuant to Plan A
Int red to 2y89i
2008
Mtge Bk of Denmark 5s_1972

99

99%

993^

50

61

45

60

43%

Sale

51

Sale

44

54

7%

63%

10% Nov

7% May 31

1

80

__

95%

__

100

97% Aug 6
Feb 25

95

—

100

71

60

__

1

50

97%

__

69
—

101%

66
99

Nov~19

Jan 30
Jan 21

50

101% Nov 19

Jun 19

10% Oct 14
67% Feb

8

95% Sep 18

70
May 9
101 Va Nov 19

Parana

13,000
192,000 3,076,000

(Brazil)—
Stpd pursuant to Plan A
Int red to 2y8%
2008
Peru (Republic of )—
3s sinking fund
1997

45

50%

Rio de Janeiro—

60

Sale

50Ya Nov 27

51

Nov

1

60

Mar 13

18

52

Oct 25

Mar 18

53

Jun 27

42 Ya Jan

Stpd pursuant to Plan A
1,000

Int

57,000

red

to

2%~

2012

•

No par value,
t Reported in receivership,
a Deferred delivery sale,

Ex-interest.

f

Ex-liquidating distribution,

r

Sold for cash,
Ex-dividend.

yEx-rights.
Corrected

z

51

47

Nov 12

"conv"—Convertible,

Ex-stock dividend,

x

45

ABonds being traded flat.
Abbreviations used above:
"cod"—Certificates of deposit,
"cons"—Consolidated,

d
g

51

49

"cum"—Cumulative.
"m"—Mortgage,

.

"xw"—Without

No 12

46

Deferred delivery sales, of which no 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.
..."v..
..

"n-v"—Non-voting.
"vtc"—Voting trust certificates,

volume.

47

warrants.

Cash sales, of which no account is taken in
computing range, are given below:

No sales.

JTbe volume of trading and the range of sale prices published here, is simply the trading and range for the new shares since this issue
was either split, or since new stock was issued