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MONDAY

N

May 23

ISSUE

In 2 Sections

■-j

""si/less

Section 1

—

Reg. U. 8. Pat. Office

VoMme 187

Number 5745

New York 7, N.
Y.,

Monday, May 26, 1958

Price $1.25

Copy

a

News
RAILROAD

PUBLIC UTILITY

-

INDUSTRIAL

-

-

MISCELLANEOUS

for

cargo

ACF-VVri^ley

Stores, Inc.—Notes Placed
Privately—
This corporation, it was
announced
on
May 22, has
placed privately with
institutions, through Allen & Co.,
$4,000,000 of promissory notes due Nov.
2, 1971.--V. 187,
.

.

INSURANCE

-

2217.

p.

servos

1957

In This Issue

;

claims

operations

(&

Subs.)—Earnings Up

3 Months Ended
March 31—

£

•

1958

Sales
belore

Provision

Net

Income

for

,axes—j

Federal

and

income

taxes

4,676.000

per

common

187, p.

The

$1.16

has

Act

shares

Co.—Merger With

issued

stockholders.

the

connection

Under

the

Investment, the

the

State

liabilities

Street

of

of

exemption

Issuance

of

a

of

under

State

personal
of

agreement

latter

will

Adams.

Investment

the

shares

of

Formerly

Montreal

shareholders

and

will

Ehd'ed

Mar.

31—

1958

income.

—

V.—_

_

This

39,048

corporation

has purchased

Equipment

Corp.,

100';

Hartford,

of

the

Conn.,

undisclosed sum.
"The new acquisition will
be known
of Advance
Industries, Inc., and will

large

and

service", in the
small

44

45

Allied

Chemical

elected

was

below.—V.

&

Perlocl End. Mar. 31—

35

1958—Month—1957

-Earnings—
1958—3 Mos.—1957

■<

Railway

oper.

revenue—

$257,224

$326,437

$799,827

Railway

opcr.

expenses.

265,780

163,352

'584,769

*$8,556

$163,085

$215,058

*71,565

35,811

*21,177

operations

way
Net

103,261

General Corporation & Investment
News-Cover
State and City Bonds Offerings
Dividend)) Declared and Payable.

Foreign Exchange

Rates

Reserve

Net

income

48

Net

before Federal

taxes

1957

$6,111,032

*159,931

Net

per

Cr84,372

408,579

$392,322

Nil

.

$0.52

share (on 747,373 shares
at March 31, 1958)

common

as

loss.—V.

186, p. 2045.

Dec. 31,'57

$8,826,395

$17,120,431

$20,928,660

264,091

651,277

2,905,206

200,000

150.000

350,000

The*company on May 8 filed a letter of notification
covering 150,000 shares of common stock (par 10 cents)

1,603,000

at

—

187,186

114,091

301,277

1,302,206

share—

Fed.

taxes

inc.

Net

$0.16

$0.10

$0.26

$1.13

(est.)—

earnings

•Earnings

per

SELECTED

i

BALANCE

SHEET

1958

Mar-

Working

capital

Current

ratio

Stockholders'

—

—

•Based

paid in

shares

the

1957.

The

pared
—V.

of

p.

11,439,068

2.44

Net

11,363,670

to

1

capital

assets

of

1,156,944

1.101,852

at

as

March

of

the end

of

31,

the

a

%5f,'o

fiscal

to

foreign

income

$46,243,507
8,568,250

taxes

stock

snares

Sept.

ago

outstanding

3.08

was

year

on

30,

to

Sept.

dividends

during

the

(based

respective

on

number

average

1

30,

Operating
Operating

periods).—V.

1958—6 Mos.—1957

revenue

$20,756,000

187.

taxes

Operating

com¬

Other

income

income

$3,066,000

—

Preferred

$3,746,000

Gross

Dr48,000

26,000

Dr50,C00

Int.

etc.

Net

$3,696,000

$2,901,000

435,000

947,000

851,000

$2,540,000

$1,911,000

$2,749,000

CANADA...

Net

51,000

51,000

101,000

101,000

broadcasting

income

Earns,

Canadian securities

Research

other
are

investors

invited

Department for

to

owning

consult

—V.

per

187,

opinion

as to

A copy

of our current Monthly Bulletin
will be mailed
upon request.

States
All

the

revenue

Net

$1,860,000

$2,648,000

capital

86,200

4,145,809

for

the

second

$0j40

$0.45

'

$0.41

quarter
are
not
known
yet,
the quarter is currently run¬

$2.69

$2.01

$2.86

and
of

at

t.ieatre

last

the

business

for

despite

strong competition and present eco¬
Goldensou, "President, reported to stock¬
meeting ox the company on May 20.—V. 187,

year,

Leonard

annual

H.

Months

Ended

(& Subs.)- -Earnings—

March 31—

1957

s

$2.11

1938

$

$1,949,000
Sales
Net

Ross, Knowles & Co. LtJ.

the

of Canada

If

WEST—TORONTO, ONTARIO

the

$13,216,000,
disclosed
of

Inc.

of

corporation

P.

on

M.

and

an

Thdhias,

April

$1,099,000

23

was

and represents
$664,000.

an

and

$14,107,000

were

company

in
also

President,
the
the

increase

its

and

rentals

profit after cliaiges

and

annual

highest
65',c

of

1957,

of

assets

Nov.

12,

and

James

report.

in

per

220,137,507 213,083,645
7,056,773
7,498,907

and taxes
share—_

common

$0.41

$0.43

1957

same

would

have

preferred
basis

Revision

of

been

stock.

for

S.

-

rights

of

All

confidence

sidered

Pedler,

t

about

sions

history

the

its

in

$1.61

This

had

been

after

in

effect

for

Its

President,

future

the

firm's

and

by

the

told

in

stockholders

the

fact

outlook

that

no

for

that

the

business

reductions

are

company's
generally is
being con¬

original planning for 1958 capital expenditures of

He

1956

completing

Alabama,

net

new

phase

name,

pur-

,

Freight,

Inc.

a

can

said

tnat

this

investment

will

of

new

large Marathon Division pulp

a

include

provi¬

Dixie

Cup

Division

manufacturing

and paper mill In

plant in

Kentucky,

plant in Texas and completion of installations in the current
the

coil

company's

processing

The

program..

latter

will

(

include

the

machinery

525,000

Stolk,

in

illustrated

$80,000,000.
for

of

financing plan,

States

C.

concretely

1956

a

operating

providing for preferred dividends.

..

the

over

com-

highest

over

1957.

the present capitalization
income per share on the

tive

the

6.7'yr

an

the

•After
'

William

predecessor

for

increase

Interstate Commerce Commission-approved
successor
firm, which spells out Incorporated in

effective

net

Freight,

of

company,

Under
chased

Exchange

of

this

for

revenues

income

income




$2,489,000

Freight, Incorporated—Higher Earnings—

States

history

Chairman,
the

The Investment Dealers' Association

80,750

4.149,363
gains)—$0.43

(including capital gains)

American Can Co.

1309.

Operating
pany,
in

25 ADELAIDE ST.

$1,779,000

-

1537.

Three

share

com,

p.

holders

to
—

$1,958,000

'

—

(excl.

results

conditions,

•Earnings

their

prospects.

Members: The Toronto Stock

applic.
Siuc *

104,000

$1,743,000
36,000

our

All
an

stock—

ahead

nomic

p.

pt'd.

common

com.
com.

final

1,934,000

$1,854,000

$2,050,000

deductions—_

on

share

$3,677,000

2,059,000

requirement

per

1957

$3,913,000
tax

outstanding—

per share

ning
—

income

Divide,

and

shares

While

48,000

$2,346,000

1958

income

earnings

Earns,

$2,853,000

$3,018,000
478,000

—.

,

income

Inc.—

tax

below

Federal

dividend

Common

569.

Institutional

for

Consolidated

1958—12 Mos.—1957

$2,320,000

SEC

;

31—

operating profit before capital gains (net)
Capital gains (net) after applic. income tax—'

$16,901,000 $31,031,000 $26,834,000
14,581,000
27,285,000
23,981,000

17,690,000

the

be offered

to

Theatres,

Net

1885.

p.

capital gains

Earns,

&

cxp.

31.

1957.

and

of

March

operating profit before Federal income

Provision

Corp.—Semi-Annuo 1 Earnings—

Period End. Mar. 31—

This

1957,

Gas

Net

$1.16

dividend

March

on

stock

Broadcasting-Paramount
''

Quarter Ended

$4,333,945

$0.88

_

with

without

Earnings Up—

4,234,305

$3,370,716

u

share

common

3,378,336

share,

per

American

1957

-

6,749,052

——

!

per

♦After..preferred

$8,220,780.

of

as

year

1958

&

$9.82

amounted

$8,562,678

1958

taxes

Federal

profit

•Earnings

$9.89

——

year,' and $6,787,957

ratio

income

for

$2

Co., Lansdowne, Pa.—Files With SEC—

underwriting.'The proceeds are to be used
for engineering, manufacture of static
test, preparation of design data
and for working capital.
1
»

$43,254,129

before

Alabama

working

current

fiscal

current

with

187,

1958,

net

the

Profit

Altoscan

Subs.)—Earnings Off—

Ended March 31—

sales

Provision

.

31,

with

Net

2.44 to 1

—

outstanding—J

'

1953.-

March

close

$8,562,678

1.156.944 shares presently
outstanding.

on

compares

1

.___

•Book value per common share

{Common

$8,220,780

.___

equity

31/58 Sept, 30,'57

3.08 to 1

—_

—^

Air Reduction Co.,
Inc.,(&
3 Months

ITEMS

,

On

'

-

1957

800,901

*

•$75,559

outstanding
*

1958

$4,040,249

-

income

on

income

Earnings

48

Redemption Calls and Sinking Fund Notices. 48
The Course of Bank
Clearings
47

taxes

income,

on

$510,351
129,385

Mich.—Reports Loss—

,

387,186

—

taxes-.

$961,979
451,628

1645.

p.

Three Months Ended March 31—
sales
x.

Federal

Banks

187,

Net

48

Statement of Member Banks of
Federal Reserve System
Combined Condition Statement of Federal

—6 Mos. End. Mar. 31—

income

oper.

Allied Products Corp., Detroit,

53

11

Condition

569.

ry.

•Deficit.—V.

$8,294,036

.....

before

the

181, p. 1873.

Northern RR.-

Mar. 31/58
sales

Earnings

to

19j7.

p.

Manufacturing Co.—New Interests—

Steel Corp.

Alabama, Tennessee

Miscellaneous Features

Aeroquip Corp.—Semi-AnnuaL Profits Lower—

Net

ap¬

Net revenue from rail¬

outstanding stock of the
Cambridge, Mass., for

3 Mos. Ended

of

Allison Steel
See Kaiser

Averages 35

the Horton Equipment Division
continue to provide its established
p.

been

35

SEC Index of Stock Prices

as

187.

lines

Vice-President of General Dynamics
Corp.,
board of directors of Allied Chemical
Corp.—V. 187,

Transactions New York Stock Exchange____ 35
Transactions American Stock Exchange
35

leasing of equipment and machinery to both

companies..—V.

has

Allied Chemical

Senior

40

Section
Markets
Dow-Jones Stock and Bond
Averages
National Quotation Industrial Stock

and

an

nationwide

41

$1,897,629

—

Hortou

39

40

1957

$2,322,456

,

sales

Net

39

Exchange—

Over-the-Counter

receive

on

each

investment in Canada of more-than
$50^000,000,

an

iugs, coke, dyes, tars, pitch, oils, and
many other products.
Head office of Allied Chemical
Canada, Ltd., will be located at 1450
City Councillors St., Montreal, Canada. The
parent corporation of the
subsidiary, which recently changed its name from AlLed
Chemical &
Dye Corp. to Allied Chemical Corp., has
headquarcers m New York. It
ranks among the
leading companies in the chemical Industry in North
America.
Last month, Mr.
Notman, President of Canadair Ltd. and a

38

Toronto

asamne

Adams

of

of

Expand in Canada—

conduct

Canada
include sulphuric
acid,
and
other industrial
acids, soda ash, calcium chloride,
sulphate, C. P. acids and ammonia, fine chemicals and re¬
agents, refrigerants, -detergents,
roofing, felts, insulating board, sheath-

36

Toronto Stock Exchange—Curb

company
witn 76
it
and
State

between
assets

Stock

for

2149.

p.

aluminum

36

;

186,

hydrofluoric

36

_

income

net

Thereby, earnings

newly established- Dominion corpora¬
and future development of a

a

the

share.

share.—V.

chemical, building materials

Product

38

Canadian Stoc'& Exchange..
Stock Exchange

manu¬

a

the

Industries, Inc.—Sales Up—Earnings Off—

Six Monthe

Net

31

_

by

for

Increasing

per

per

Canada, Ltd., will be the successor
and related businesses ox five
longestablished Canadian companies: The. Barrett
Co., Ltd.; Brunner Mond,
Canada, Ltd.; National Aniline & Chemical
Co., Ltd.; The Nichols
Chemical Co., Ltd., and
Semet-Solvay Co.. Lid.

27

_

___

backed

Effective June 2,

.

15

(Bonds)

Philadelphia-Baltimore Stock Exchange
Pittsburgh Stock Exchange.

Investment

Investment
Adams Manu¬

D.

holding

merger

acquire all the

The

shares

the

Street

the

Advance

Stock Exchange (Stocks)
Stock Exchange

York

Canada, Ltd.,

responsible

was

to

Midwest Stock Exchange
Stock Exchange

State Street In¬

with the merger of J.
State Street Investment.

is

Page

.

American Stock Exchange
Boston Stock Exchange.

the
basis
of
relative net
asset
company, except that the net asset value
shares of State Street
Investment will be adjusted to reflect
the addition
of a 3l*>2
premium.
As
of Dec.
31, 1957, Adams had
outstanding 246.754 shares with a net asset value of
approximately
$8,600,000.—*-V. 187. p, 2113.
value

of

.

.

it

be

of

cents

announced on Mr.y 15
by R. W. Atkinson,-who
pointed President of the new corporation.

Pacific Coast

order

an

permitting
in

,

Cincinnati Stock Exchange
Detroit Stock Exchange

facturing Co. with and into
facturing company^ Adams
Street

$1.01

Corp. Cleared—

SEC

Company

3,742,872

I

■

New York

$3,876,578
3,738,970

share

(J. D.) Adams Mfg.

Corp.

$4,438,002

1645.

vestment

;

New

profit

Earnings

all

7,982,112
4,105,534

will

business

Stock and Bond Quotations

$29,311,464

——

State

Common shares
outstanding—
—V,

i

1957

$33,023,709
9.114,002

—

_

Protlt

effect

38

$1.23

Allied Chemical Corp.—To
tion,

Abbott Laboratories

the
or

to

amounted

Allied Chemical
i.

had

approximately $200,000

from

the

full

year,

opening

of

a

installations

at

large

new

Houston,

plant
Tex.;

in

Indiana

Hillside,

N.

and

J.;

major

and

Los

Angeles.-^-V. 187, p. 1646.

shares

outstanding at Dec. 31,
dividends on the cumula¬

deducting
with 91

compared

cents

per

share

on

the

and

re-

1956.

accounting policies w7ith respect

to depreciation

American Express
An

impressive

financial

modern

requirements

of

Co.—Opens Pakistan Office—
office,

designed

American

and

to

meet

Pakistani

the

expanding

businessmen,

was

The Commercial and Financial Chronicle

opened

April 25 by this company the worldwide financial
which operates the only Amencan bank

on

in

The
of

over

Provision

accounts, foreign exchange transactions, transfer of
funds, overseas payments, collections in all parts of the world, and
-commercial letters of credit; as well as the granting of short-term
commercial loans, overdrafts, and discounts.—V. 186, p. 2257.
an(i time

Net

Co.

expenditures of
Sargent

suspending trading on the American Stock Exchange
capital stock of this corporation for a further 10 day
1953 to May 29, 1958, inclusive.—V. 187, p. 2218.

bringing the total capacity to 1,344,062 KW, excluding Argentina.
Plants
under construction
at the end of the year, which will be
completed in 1958, would add an additional 201,000 KW.
Mr.

Federal

income

Net

Earnings
*

Import Bank of Washington and
$52,500,000 of the issue up to the
that this financing, which marked the
further

tract

$2,000,000.
27.

involved

consideration

The

approximately

was

casualty company founded in 1950.
American Title announced last December that it was retiring from
the fire
and casualty business
and would confine its operations to

Reliable

planned

Co.

Insurance

it

was

of

sale

"The

to

these

merge

achieved the same objective,'"

General actually

Equity

pointed out.
"The proceeds of the sale
General stock will be added to Reliable, thereby increasing

policyholders of Reliable

to

of Equity
the surplus

substantially."—V. 187, p. 570.-'

very

This

company

drill

M.

on

Grubbs

®f

;

first

the

for

f ...

wells

four

to Talara,

Inc.

Co.,

Peru,

Pa'yment

contract
and

Co.

by Peruvian Pacific
Richfield Oil Corp.

Amotape,

through

producing wells
Lima, Peru.

its

A

corporation,
presently operates four
subsidiary, Petrolera Amotape S. A. of

!

Railway oper.

expenses,

Net

inc.

oper.

ry.

Federal
Net

-

after

The

taxes

income

*Deficit.—V.

2,539,414

2,593,615

872
*65,722

175,977
133,889

52,588
41,703

187, p. 1886.

'

SEC

issued

has

an

V.

Horner,

C.

Tools,

Inc.,

Introduced—

the

both

of

and

this

end

first

the

of

new

basic
p.

research

•

chemical

product

development

activities.—V.

System,

Inc.

—

Signs

Bank

Loan

,0
t

rubbers

type

cup

the multi-

and

of

Street

Credit

line

Boston,

National

Shawmut

Bank

of

Trust

was

Co., and Irving Trust Co.
not disclosed.—V. 181, p. 410. "

Second

Boston,

amount

The

Bankthe

of

bid

Bids

100.03.

Net sales

Halsey,

Net

Income

before

610,578

292,912

taxes

Net income after taxes

Earns, per share on com. stock

—V.

(exclud. class B)

to

high

record

a

.

Rise—

&:

$0.39

$0.37

1958

$

Net

sales

Profit before
Prov.

Net

353,971,987
inc.

for Fed.

redeemed

after

May

will

about

be

used

for

were

incurred

general

of

the

Kings

Brooklyn

of

11.873,211

6,320,000

6,389,680

3,663,927

7,316,642
411,682
3,256133

2,049,181

1,340,662

1,320,868

2,696,136
1,187,098

$3.52

$3.43

$3.01

$2.85

42.




3,060,255

March

of

the

the

1958,

meters,

5,553,211
467,136

come

ended

to

and net

March

$6,930,000,
income of

of

the

bonds

company

will

2,163,410 shares of

of

&

the

/<•

-..•/•

up
\

transfezTed

the sale. Offers for the
public advertisement in

the

the vessels have been
long-established traffic

that

fact

been

their

routings

to

the

cover

service previously provided,

2218.

p.

sale

'

1J1.6999;

Co.,

and

101.2699;
at

company

op¬

<

redeemed

those

served

is

This

company

of

revenues

1958

the

stocks

operating

with

at.10

par

sale

the bank

$87,149,000

stock,

purchasers

of

the

In

$10.—V.

named

of

below

loans,

have

p.

per. com.

187,

of

direct

Mo.—V.

of

Sale? and Earnings Down

2,660,547
$0.29

-

4,000,849
$0.44

6,065,596
$0.64

$246,671,924
18,615,693
$2.04

:

1999.

p.

1958—4 Mos.—1957
•,

Belleville, Inc.

,=

(111.)—To Redeem
,

May 15, last, $25,000
obligation serial notes dated May 15, 1951 at 100%. Pay¬
being made~-at the St. Louis Union Trust Co., St. Louis,

were

186,

recently

p.

called

2258.

*„

for

redemption on

•.

,

first

new

Central Hudson Gas

capitalization
and

agreed

»

—Public

r

debt;

2218."

severally

—

$51,972,436 $60,003,893 $179,433,765

share

ment, is

long-term

187,

taxes

There

•

the

of

lines

distributors for the Roxbury
throughout the Middle "West.

1958—Month—1957

after

Notes—

$70,010,000

1957.

varied

/;

Per. End. Apr. 30—

Net, profit

in¬

revenues

Tractor Co.

*

Sales___a_______"___L_

12

net

the

3.,

Sharply—

Earns,

Co.* are «also

other, major distribution points
p.

Catholic Diocese of

and

including
in

at Roxbury's

Scott'and

Pirie

Carson

—V.. 183,

1,033,000

the

$73,187,000

calendar year

to

retirement;
of

to

ot: Roxbury goods
manufactured

Velvets

and

Wiltons made

line

The

during

-

has

Street, Pittsburgh 22, Pa.
.

residential.

company

610.

p.

Roxbury's Saxonvilie plant,
Whittall Mill in Worcester, Mass., and
the Tufted goods from Roxbury' Southern Mills, Inc.,. in Chattanooga,
Tenn., will be maintained by Carson in their warehouse at 10 Eighth

on

3,600,000.

approximately

175,

Co.—Appointed Distributor—

,.

Richmond Gas Co.
they were consolidated

966,000 were

amounted

effect

consist

serving

was

about

Scott &

■

.

Facilities-

Co.

Carpet

Complete

&

at

;

-

-

been appointed distributor for all lines mf the
inrWest Virginia and most Western Pennsylvania
counties, according to an announcement, by D. H. Coiville, Vice-Presi¬
dent in Charge of Sales.
The appointment, effective July 1, creates
a
dual distributorship in Western
Pennsylvania, since the WarrenAllen- Carpet Co. has been
for some time and will continue to be a
Roxbury distributor fmthis area.
;
i
'
" '
"
;

general funds and

estimated

May

Co..below.—V.

Pirie

Axminsters

the new first mortgage
bank loans, now totaling

of New York.

Columbus, O.—Bonds Sold—It
21 that an issue of $400,000.

Corp.,

on

.;,'r

'

Power

Roxbury

of

be added to

Square

Duke

see

being

for those redeemed

all in the City

territory

common

PURCHASERS—The

of
through

purpose

immediately

management,

of

have

Caterpillar

compared

the

the

for

.t»v

of the fleet has been

Carolina Mountain Power Corp.—Sells

.

natural gas in a territory of
includes most of the Borough
Richmond
(Staten
Island)
and
a

$6,318,000 for the

and

view

1647.

■'■p.

which

company

31,

•*

5%% sinking fund debentures, due March 1, 1958, and
due March 1, 1978, has been sold to Ohio Investors
through The Ohio«. Company, Columbus, O.—V. 187,

distributes

miles

CAPITALIZATION—Giving
mortgage

100%

company's

of which

EARNINGS—Operating

Canada

invited

announced

—V.

31,

customer

months

6,930,000

of

of New York
Co. at the time

Borough*

287,352,312

13,319,680

dividends paid
Com. shares outstanding
Earnings per com. share

187, p.

$

431,003

Lighting
Gas Co.

company

population

i

-

the* assets, by- sale;* and wind

service sinze July 4, 1957 has meant that

Capitol

Union

square

the

was

from

stipulated

Weld

stocks

preferred

to

be

CNSS."—V., 187,

by

purposes.
Of the bank loans, *$14,300,000
construction purposes and $3,700,000 for, the retire¬

for

will

extended

and

at

corporate

County

Brooklyn,

present

1955

$

7,739,000

Common

—V.

1956

15.055,642

393,988

the

and the balance will

BUSINESS—The

active

7,674,000

Preferred dividends paid

from the

retire

to

issued on May 21 by J. A. Sauve, Gen¬

was

obliged to make other arrangements and the
.^outlook for the future made it most unlikely that heavy operating
losses could be avoided.
Private carriers have expanded their schedules

the

the

$

received

was

price

105.30%» for

1959 to

1,

May

proceeds

used

$18,000,000,

Its

'

ot the

the eight vessels

registry of

connections

1982.

PROCEEDS—Net
bonds

to

prior

2,

v

Canadian National (West Indies) Steamships Ltd.:.

Carson

<jointlyi,

option

from

ranging

portion of the Borough of Queens,

15,275,678

7,601,678

prices

redemption

<

Co.

&

the

at

of

taxes_

_

redeemable

rate

the

White,

were;

279,651

inc. taxes

profit

rate

570,829

1957

342,086,657 325,024,681

Smith

175

(& Subs.)—Earnings Higher—

4Vs%

with

&

and F. S. Moseley
Co. Inc., 101.2599.

are

'

press.

out of

prior to May 1, 1959, to 100% xor those redeamed on or after Miy 2,
1982;
and at special redemption prices ranging
from 101.18%. for

At

Years Ended Feb. 28—

computing
;/

-

*.:■*<»* % v

Trinidad

"In

of $106,-

Bonds Offered—The First

—

approximately

187, p. 453.

Beatrice Foods Co.

quarter-million-dollar

)

1999.

p.

Preference will be given to any Canadian company which
intends to operate the vessels in the Canada-British West Indies trade.
Owners reserve the right to sell the vessels any time if a satisfactory
offer is received.
;
" '
"
'
'
'
C
the

-

Fenner

4%%

a

Inc.,

into

$9,545,197

for

Co.,

bonds

The

1957

$10,177,595

.

*

expect

in

bonds

the

lor

Stuart

&

Blyth

and

1958

"The

from

Harriman Ripley & Co. Inc. and asso¬

Pierce.

Lynch,

ment

(A. J.) Bayless Markets, Inc.—Earnings Higher—
Quarter Ended March 31—

187,

management

vessels

-

quarter.

invested

money

other

One

Merrill

or

This corporation on May 15 announced the signing of an open-end
revolving multi-million dollar loan agreement with five banks headed
by First National Bank of Boston and including Merchants National
Bank

of electronio

sufficient savings* to be
computer operation to equal the

they

t®? abandon the"'service, dispose of
completely the company's affairs.

petitive sale May 21 on a bid of 100.3299%.

those

Agreement—

State

-.

Canadian National (West Indies) Steam¬
ships Ltd. has completed a careful exploration of what was involved
in a restoration of ~its service .between Canada and the West Indies.
As a'result of its appraisal of all the factors, management has decided

on

tional

Rent-a-Car

:

■

be

soon

,

that

12

May

on

iollowirig-statement

The

price of 101.172% and accrued interest, to yield 4.05%
maturity. The group was awarded the issue at com¬

187,

1202.

Avis

a

to

below.—V. 183, p. 766.

on

and

21.860

answering roll call at
' " '
• '
.
■
Burroughs 205 computing system in midwill

yeoman

in-,, the first. 24 months of
of installing and operating the

'"The

May 22 offered publicly an issue of $22,000,000
of first mortgage bonds, 4V8% series due May 1, 1983, at

ciates

May 23 dedicated its new Technical Center in a
short ceremony at the company headquarters in suburban Wilmington,
Del.
The $3,000,000 facility,
located next to the company's general
office which was opened three years ago, will house
the company's
company

said

eral Manager,

.

climbed

corporation

Boston Corp. and

Atlas Powder Co.—New Technical Center Dedicated—
This

electronic

Naval Shipyard. «.•
the installation of a

system.—V.

April 30, it was announced by Francis F. Randolph, Chair¬
President of this mutual investment fund, now in its 29th

Brooklyn Union Gas Co.

19S8.

Arizona Bancorporation—Sells Allison Steel Stock—
See Kaiser Steel Corp.

:

315.

p.

three-ton

costs

Broad Street Investing in the month
of April totaled $928,474. Market appreciation of the diversified fund's
portfolio securities accounted for the balance of the rise in assets.
—V. 187, p. 1539.

'

p.

186,

$1,382,535
,

realized

A

assets

Net

to Appalachian Power. The proceeds thereof will be used
Appalachian Power, to the extent necessary, for the prepayment
of some $32,000,000 of bank notes; and any remaining proceeds will
be added to Appalachian Power's treasury funds and applied to prop-

187,

16.81c

,

'
9.37c

.

t-

This is almost $4,000,000 greater than the previous high
$102,440,150, set on March 31, 1958.
Per share asset
value was $21.41 at April 30—up from $20.82

authorizing this company to issue and

improvements.—V.

$718,340

28.65c

$112,315

S.

—1

Officials

The

Net

by

and

$474,775

per

1

yard in U.

per

With

810,000,000

additions

13,565

4,273,900
20,524

July, the 158-year-old shipyard will embark on its new era
data processing.*- .
;
'
v '

subsidiary.

a

features

line

swab

new

type.

man

sell, at competitive bidding, $25,000,000 of first mortgage bonds, due
May
1,
1988.
The Commission also
authorized American Electric
Power
Co., Inc.
(parent), to make a cash capital contribution of

erty

1,656,900

3,209

gold-^.
at $35 U. S.

" •'

*

6,324,500
39,501

1,198,500

".Assets—

year.

„

order

by

318,431 at

Appalachian Power Co.—Financing Cleared—
The

1958—9 Mos.—1957

1958—3 Mos.—1957

and

fine

Boston

with

Broad Street Investing Corp.—Assets

!

,

...

*31,483

*51,581

income

*

pair of either kind fits onto the streamlined two-piece
rubbers are designed for extreme flexibility of operation;
they automatically adjust themselves to different loads.—V. 187, p. 2218.

1958—4 Months—1957
$2,816,426 $3,203,535

1958—Month—1957
$668,488
$826,173
622,740
653,495

v,%*$2.93

.

shares

of

Burroughs Corp.—To Ship Computer—

interchangeable rubbers is r an¬
Vice-President and Manager of sales for

swabs

tubing

of

Jackson

Byron

RR.—Reports Deficit for April—

Period End. April 30—

—V.

'

2813.

p.

line

new

body.

Railway oper. revenue—

125',

nounced

disc

Ann Arbor

$5.53

Dredging, Ltd.—Production Report—

dredged

cents

Detroit,

National Bank,

Manufacturers

made at the

be

Borg-Warner Corp.—Own Swab Line

!

Cities Service

owned by

Co.,

States

United

a

Petroleum

will

Mich.—V.

Petrolera

-

Value

l,,next, $21,300
1961, at 100%.

corporation has called for redemption on June
second mortgage bonds of
1951, due Dec. 1,

The

of 'its

by Mid-Continent
Amotape's pi'operties

shipped

are located along the Pacific shoreline 40 miles northwest of Talara.
They adjoin the producing fields of International Petroleum Co. and
Lobitos and are adjacent to the area held under similar

,

Value

Redemption—

Tower Garage, Inc.—Partial

Book

<,

was

late in April.

*1,108,417

1,225,361

Canadian National Rys.—West Indies Lines to Sell

April 25 announced a contractual agreement with
Dallas, Texas, aad a group of Texas oil men to

oil wells In Peru.

20

Material

Supply

3,364,390

6,886,748

2150.

p.

Amotape Oil Co.—To Drill Wells in Peru—
David

Ounces

months encjed March 31,

nine

—

stock dividend and a

sluiced

1958, this corporation reports
$20,803, equal to approximately
two cents per share on 900,000 outstanding shares of capital stock.
Net
sales for the period were $12,979,914.
Because in 1957
the company changed its accounting period from
the calendar year to the fiscal year ending June 30, there is no com-,
parable nine-month accounting period ending March 31, 1957.—V. 186,
the

—

share--:.;:—

number

the

on

5%

Bulolo Gold

consolidated net income after taxes of

a

__:

.

Earnings—

Book-of-the-Month Club, Inc.—Reports
For

,

.

Weintraub

Mr.

' '

124,711,618
15,188,748
8,302,000

—-

taxes

$
52,325,798
7,129,390
3,765,000

$

"

,

1956

1957

-

.

*•'

_1—-_"-J—*

common

ounce

high.—V. 186, p. 314.

all-time

an

*$0.10"

YEARS

CALENDAR

FOR
••

,

Period End. Feb. 28—

Co.-

was

30.

June

effective

Mining

$136,176

'

stock split and the 5% stock dividend

EARNINGS

L--1_.

per

Yardage

A

transferred to a subsidiary,
and Equity General. At that time,
two fire and casualty companies

business
of Dayton,

casualty

and

fire

Its

set

business exclusively.'

insurance

title

-107,500
330,345

Judge J. W Haussermann, President, on May 6 announced that this
company and Balatoc Mining Co., which is 64V'2% owned by Benguet,
milled an average of 3,181 tons of gold ore per day during March,
an all-time
record. Gold production, totaling $718,148 for March also

General is a fire and

Equity

107,500

*

Balatoc

subsidiary,

mining

is scheduled to be effective May

of ownership

change

Colo.,

—$803,598
$0.50

shares outstanding—_——

■Based

$428,536
$494,189
$0.04
$0.04
The above figures do not include the earnings from Benguet's sub¬
sidiary, Heald Lumber Co., or from its new subsidiary, United Finance
Corp.
However they include Benquet's 64%%,
interest in its gold
taxes-share

per

1958
.
1957 '
$27,804,449 $19,159,530
1,803,598
289,176
1,000,000
153,000

outstanding at year end, "aftfer
two-for-one stock split in 1957
SUBSCRIPTIONS—The recent issue of 8,593,200 of 434% convertible
subordinated debentures was 97 %%
subscribed by April 16 when the
rights offered to shareholders expired.
The small balance was taken
up by the underwriters.—V. 187, p. 1892. r-V ,
,

1957 ' '

327,786

Co.,

&

—-——•

—-_—

taxes,
State income

&

profit

reflecting

.

______

._.

income

Fed.

for

Earnings

$1,102,258
170,224

—

and depletion

—

;

..r'""'

.

before

Profit

Net

$1,052,581
188,759

——

profit after

Earnings

The

company

;

Hibbs

(& Subs.)—Sales Up

<■

;

'
: '•
sales, services and other income

Prov.

items—to be completely paid in
and payments on chrome con¬

litigation

Depreciation

Equity

this

by

tax

275,000

220,000

Adjusted for the two-for-one
in 1957. - *

Total

1958—refunds

Net

and a group of Swiss companies of
General insurance Co. to Allied Colorado Enterprises of Denver,
has been announced by Joseph Weintraub, Chairman.
Sale

income

275,000

Co.i_

&

Fleming-

Nolan,
B.

330,000
275,000

Co.—_

...

■

CONSOLIDATED
W ■'

Act of 1934,
in the $1 par
period, May 20,

1958

u

Brothers

31—

share.

440;00Q

Co._

&

Southwest

Stern

Corp.

&

:_1—-—

Folger,

taxes

.

following

before

sources

_

Extraordinary

Co.—Sells Unit—

American Title & Insurance

all

from

for

Provision

re-entry of Foreign Power into
country, should facilitate the
United States.—V. 187, p. 141.

private capital markets of this
raising of private capital in the

the

profit

deductions

Michigan

—

per

Co

Leonard

Boettcher
First

825,000
550,000

distributed

Inc.—Quarterly Earnings—

Quarter Ended March 31—
Net

to date
Exportthree other investors will purchase
end of 1959. Mr. Sargent points out
have been purchased
Life Insurance Co., the

of

Lynch

income

Common

issue of 57a% sink¬

reported that $29,000,000 of a new

Sargent

fund debentures ol the company
under agreements whereby Metropolitan
ing

%

.

taxes-

before

year,

Benguet Consolidated,

2218.

Income

to the Securities Exchange

Issuance of an order pursuant

properties to

Moore,

First

1,100,000
p.

825,000

Co

&

Milwaukee

Brunswick-Balke-Collendcr Co.

19 announced the

Exchange Commission on May

and

Securities

The

The

1,100,000

—

Quarter Ended March
Consolidated net sales

Continued

Corp.—Stock Trading Suspension

Bellanca

1,750,000
1,100,000

W.

—V.: 187,

& Co.,

825,000
Blair

William

Sons

&

Baird

W.

Ball, Burge & Kraus____

Inc.

Colombia.

Henry B. Sargent, President, reports construction
$83,200,000 by the Foreign Power System during 1957.
Mr.
points out tliat the company is proceeding with its program oi in¬
stalling larger and more efficient units on its operating
meet the rapid growth of power demand in the areas served.
Addi¬
tional
generating capacity of 127,000 KW was installed during the

Robert

Hallgarten & Co._—.— 1,100,000
Hemphill, Noyes & Co._ 1,100,000
W. C. Langley & Co.— 1,100,000
The Robinson-Humphrey

21,870

Million Order—

New $2

Brown

Walker & Co.__„$1, 100,000

1,750,000

Inc

Co.

&

Alex.

.

.

principal

respective

following
H.

G.

Union

Weeks

&

Blair

1,999,701

_

shares in

lieu

in

the

company

Co.

&

Hornblower

Burbank, Calif., has awarded Beech Air¬
craft Corp.
a
follow-on contract valued at approximately $2,000,000
for an additional quantity of USAF T-33 jet trainer wing assemblies,
Frank E. Hedrick, Beech Vice-President-director, announced on May 14.
Deliveries on the new order will extend T-33 wing production through
the Spring of 1959.
Beech has been building wings for Lockheed's high
performance jet trainer since early 1951. /
% ,'■
Under other subcontracts with Lockheed, Beech currently manufac¬
tures aft fuselage sections and 200-gallon pylon tanks for the super¬
sonic
USAF F-104
"Starfighter" jet fighter-interceptor.
Beech has
also produced wings for the Navy T2V-1 jet trainer and USAF F-94C
interceptor built by Lockheed.
For Beech Aircraft, follow-on T-33 work is an important addition to
the company's military backlog at its Liberal, Kansas Division, where
sub-assemblies are produced, and at its main plant in Wichita, whece(
final assembly lines are located.—V. 187, p. 1538.

net

devaluation of the peso in

the

by

494,012
of $27 a sh.

(74,063 shs.) at value

payment

Receives

income of Foreign Power for 1957, which gives
effect to its operations in all countries served except Argentina, was
S2.03 per share, compared with $2.09 per share in 1956. Consolidated
net income
for 1957 was adversely affected by delays in obtaining
rate
increases to compensate for increased operating expenses,
and

-

Monday, May 26, 1958

.

.

bonds:

Corp.^_$2,980,000

Dillon,

Securities

$1,586,406
" 471,792

$1,633,498

dividends paid—.

Inc.

Eastman

the

1983

Ripley, & Co.,.
1- 2,980,000

Harriman

Lockheed Aircraft Corp, of

with 80 cents in 1956.

share, as compared

*

of fractional
connection with stock dividend

e

a

—

the

of

The First Boston*

$49,005,887 $48,313,125
3,557,149
3",477,906
1,923,651
1,891,500

-

income
income

on

-

stk. div.

10%

Cash

Co., Inc.—Reports Record
Profits—Sale of 5%% Debentures—
The net income for 1957 reached an all-time record, according to
the company's Annual Report, released May 14.
Net income for the
year was $12,577,000,
or $1.72 a share compared with $11,900,000, oi
SI 63 a share in 1956.
The report states that this result was achieved
despite
declines in currency values in Brazil, Chile and Colombia,
underscoring the benefits of the company's diversification resulting
from its public utility investments in 11 Latin American countries.
Foreign Power increased its dividend rate from 20 cents to 25 cents
share in the second quarter of 1957, paying total dividends of Jo
Consolidated

-

taxes

for

income

Cash

American & Foreign Power

cents

'.

-

Income before taxes en

completely modernized at a cost
services as the maintenance ox

American Express office,
$100,000, will provide such

new

curient

sales

Net

Pakistan.

from

purchase

amounts

1957

1958

Six Months Ended March 31—

to

Up J

(& Subs.)—Sales and Earns.

Beech Aircraft Corp.

and

organization

travel

*

.

(2330)

2

bonds due May 15,

*

offering

& Electric Corp.—Bonds

Offered

$18,000,000 4% % first mortgage
1988 was made on May 22 by an un¬

of

derwriting group managed by Halsey, Stuart &

Co. Inc*

Volume

187

Number 5745

The Commercial and Financial
Chronicle

(2331)
-The bonds

were

priced at 102.172%. and accrued interest, to yield 4%. The group was high bidder for the issue
at
competitive
sale
May 21, specifying a
price
of
101.38999%; for the bonds.

4-

Other bids
100.6899, and

additional

scheduled

"

*

Corp.
They

for

-

.

interest.

•/•PROCEEDS—Funds

received
Hudson
Gas

Used
by Central
short-term notes,

1 construction

proceeds

program,

Y.

from
&

of

and

BUSINESS—Company

N.

tures

the

toward

has

sale

Electric

which

of

to

were

the

applied
for

payment

to

principal
office
extending, about 85

Kingston.

/

•

.

company's

4i

-

construction.

net

income

for the

$4,014,000.

year

The

in

ratio

1957

of

1957

5.20.

was

totaled

to

mwha

©mounts

e

of

Halsey,

purchasers

//>—••*>>€
1988

Stuart

Dick

&.

__

Francis I. duPont

&

1,200,000

Wm.

R.

Illinois

Kenowcr,

Inc.™

MacArthur

Ladehburg,

Thalmann &

Central

;*

The

•

.

2218.

p.

/'// '/•'

corporation

months

of

J.

Brothers

S.

Strauss

Stroud

<fc

<te

& "Co.,

Co.__„

be
*

82

$3

or

'report.

all

Inc.r___l

800,U00

million

Two

new

less

far

this

of

than

for

unit

i

the

for

to

Cuban

engineer

American

and

shipped from
and

Moa

Bay,

on

:•

common

equip

Nickel

full

1958

year

last

60

days

period.—V;

hydrogen

a

Co.'s

nickel

Oriente, Cuba,

lor

also

advised

Mi*.

For

r

$2.62

per

will

454

p.

-

sulfides'",
metallic

of

-

.

Edward

A.

O'Neal,

charges and

as

Jr., President,

1958,

amounted

taxes

were

to

up

reports

to

For

that
all

•

sales

of

for

net

for

A."

S.

the

first

in

.

quarter

sales

after*

Gas
all

nylon
Mr.

remainder

textile

O'Neal

fibers

said,

ising."
To

*
.

the

is

.

'

"Sales
cord

An

prospect
demand for

fibers

'•

looks

for.

/V,
; 4

all

.

,

Instrument

corporation

April

on

Corp.,
filed

30

a

Of

notification

May,

offering will be underwritten
proceeds

by

Drexel

&

Co.,

1958.

Philadelphia,

^

Pa.

were

on

West

10

of

gathering

The

to- $1.30

$152,376

with

compares

365,

$2

or

a

net

common

reported

Ei'nest

holders.

Tne

000

in

invest,
needs

of

S.

share

Fields,

company

property,
oyer

earnings

plant

for
on

service

same

stations

Interstate

and

A

The

in

May

19

a

the

a

7,665,705

period

in

12

engaged

related

some

additional

1958

of

Beebe

investments

1959,

to

of

meet

$32,030,and

year

area.

'

new
172,000 kilowatt generating unit at the
company's Walter
Beckjord Generating Station has been
installed, tested and is now
in commercial
operation.
Work is progressing
satisfactorily on; the

also

NOTE:

**♦„

On account)

of

j

th© fluctuations in




the

Afowhc-

rate

of

-*

*>?r>

exohango,

21

Corp.—Stock

that

(par 20 cents)
H. Kook & Co., Inc. See
V. 187,

•

-

and

Division,

that

187,

where

will

31,

the

of CEC's Central

research

and

development

Mr.

1958,

Miller

also

oil

Orders

told

stockholders

on

hand

that

to

profit

key personnel

for

the

common

quarter

ended

resulting

on

April

the

from
l

period in 1957.
:
•
indicate a second
quarter
he predicted

"forecasts

of

first

quarter," but
economy measures."
.

•

$21,900,000; compared with $25,-•
year, Mr. Miller and L. F.
Williams,
orders awaiting Federal
Power Com¬

to $7,100,000 have been
received,
bacxiog.—V. 187, p. 572.
•
"
■

-Cornucopia

Gold

Mines—New

See Eastern
Investment

*

i

„

were

approval amounting
inducted in the

not

production

Control—

& Development
Corp.

but

are

-

'

•

<■

below.—V. 187, p. 15401,

Columbia

.

miles

Five

gas

to

bxit

engineer

was

Development
field

gas

in

corporation
above the

for

the

three

months

ended

corresponding 1957 period despite
on May
10 by W. H.
Garbade,
about to begin on Crescent's
Many

announced

stated,

drilling is

Alberta,

with

19

Crown Western

.

The

of

corporation on May 16 filed with the
SEC an amendment to
lt-8
registration statement covering an
additional 350,000 shares of Diversi¬
Income Fund series D-2.—V.185, p. 609.
<
;

fied

pipe line
of these- *

properties

this

22%

it

Investments, Inc., Dallas, Texas—Reg¬
isters With Securities and
Exchange Commission—
:

.

.

.

Crucible Steel Co. of
America—New Product—
For the first
for immediate

time, holder block steels are now available to
customers
delivery from warehouse stock. This additional
marketing
launched recently when the
company
began prod cition
8nd distribution of
its Maxel Holder Block
Steel, a pre-heat-treated
machined block available in full
range of sizes for die
casing and
plastic holder
service

is

designing in natural

contract

of

was

where it owns '50%' of
net reserves, ,Mr.
wells scheduled for
1958 to meet contractual
requirements for initial sale of
gas in October to
Saskatchewan Power
Corp. Crescent's synthetic graphite
operations at its
newly established
California plant'are
running below expectations, but with
the antici¬
pated economic pickup later this
year, graphite sales, volume should
continue to register good
growth, he added.
Reflecting the ~ coxiibined
influence. of reduced oil allowables and low level of
graphite produc¬
tion, Crescent's earnings for the
quarter ended March 31,
1958, con¬
solidated except for Hugoton Plains
Gas ana Oil Co.,
were
$22,000
or two cents
a share, with no
liability for Federal income taxes, aftef
applying $118,000 or eight cents a share
directly to retirement of out¬
standing production payments. Cash flow
from operations was
$392,000, including .amounts, applied to
retiring pruauction payments. There
were
1,411,265 shares
outstanding March 31, 1958.—V. 187, p. 1784. •

204,779

350

1958,

allowables,

Garbade

; '

that

31,

Islands

$503,749

owns

and

a

being
•

unissued

net

of

at the beginning of the
Chairman, said. They also said

President.

670,074;

The. main..30-inch

has

is

...

approved a stock option
plan for
shares- of
authorized but

900,000

March

$196,455

engineering and

work

-

50,000

shipment level equal
"increased earnings

reduced

14,000 horsepower.

company

sold

has awarded this
corpoi-ation a
contract for a
mass
spectrometer
be used in materials
research and

1783.

p.

mission

$1,173,823

-458,466

also

been

987.

p.

Center

development

system

\

reserves

1958—3 Mos.—1957

»

has

516,696

.

52,658

.

Sold—

of

$601,449, or 46 cents per share, on
shipments of
$13,015,734.
This
compares
with
profit of $1,310,549, or
$1.01 per
share, on shipments of $18,337,227 for
the like

*

/

4

total

a

stock

stock for the granting of options.
E.
L.
Miller, President, reported

_

and-

was

blocks..
Although Maxel, a high quality,

Pipe Line

marketed
In

by Crucible for

addition

used

in

to

the

excavating

this

road

other

items.—V.. 186,

axles,

oil

years,

successfully
of machine
tools, transportation, equipment,
machinery, cement mill equipment, logging
tools,
drilling and pumping equipment and numerous

manufacture

and

car

i

.

free machining alloy steel has been
its use in holder blocks is new.
application it is extensively and
many

new

xnine

p.

2750.

*

•
••

Cuban American Nickel
Co.—New Unit Planned—
See Chemetron"
Corp." above.—V.' 186, p. 838.

:

announced

that

-

-

5

feet.

-

Day Mines, Inc., Wallace,
Idaho—Profit Increased—

;

second

a

grade dock bumper lias,
ft.• lengths).
This will bo

" *

_

Quarter Ended March 31—
operating profit
Depreciation and amortization
Net

f

of vinyl, the bumpers are
tough, resilient and do
-They are also long-wearing as the elemeixts do.

187,

22i8.

p.

*

;

Net

(

not
not

mark

—V.

-

profit before
187, p. 1893.

♦

;

depletion and Income

.1958

$233,071

1957

\

$133,728

60,000
taxes

$173,071

-

$112,720
*

(

'

,

Commonwealth Investment Co., San
Francisco, Calif.
—Assets, of Three Funds at New High—.
J

Debevoise Co.—Banker Elected

a

Director-

Bradford A. Warner, Vice-President
.of Manufacturers
been elected a director.—V.
171, p. 359.
^

Trust Co.,
k

v

r

Total

assets

$134,000,000

of

three

compared

Lewis

V.

Commonwealth

with

Coleman,

May 13.
One

Commonwealth

mutual

$119,000,000

as

Vice-President
<,

important contribution

-

,

of
in

•

funds

now

stand

Dec.. 31,: 1957,
of
sales,

charge
*

; *

•

;

•

•

at
an¬

on
<

to .this: Increase, added Mr.
Coleman, is
Fund, the newest member of the Common¬

Income

21,000

affect
-

has
•

Delaware Power & Light
Co.—Registers Bond Offer¬
ing With Securities and Exchange Commission—
*
;

The

•

company on May 21
filed a registration statement with
the
covering $25,000,000- of first mortgage and collateral
trust bonds,
1988, to be offered for public sale at
competitive bidding.
1
Net proceeds will be
used to redeem $15,000,000
.of first mortgage

SEC
duo

William B. Dana

Company; Publishers 25 Park Place, New York 7, N.
Y., REctor 2-9570. Herbert D.
Seibert, Editor and Publisher;
advertising issue) with a statistical issue on
Monday], Other offices: 135 S. La Salle
Street, Chicago 0, Illinois
matter February 25, 1942, at the
post office at New York, N. Y., under the Act
of March 3, 1879.
vpbv
in Dominion of Canada
Subscrfpttoaa
$68.00 per year
Other
Countries, $72.00 per year.
remittance for foreign subscriptions and advertisements must be made
in New

Company

c

Petroleum

May

'

which

March

the larger size (in 100
by operators of large Marinas and in minimum
quantities:

the: vinyl.-r-V.

the COMMERCIAL AND
FINANCIAL CHRONICLE (Reg U. S. Patent
Office)
William Dana Seibert
President.
Published twice a week [every Thiursday
(Telephone STate 2-0613)'
Copyright 1958 bv William B
Dana

k

use

nounced

The

on

common

The stockholders

.

the

on

Cuban

shares.

$654,921

Made
boats.

will

expanding

1.

The stockholders on
April 30 approved a proposal to
increase the
authorized number of common
shares to 3,000,000
shares from 2„000,00Q

»•

i

$14,299,-

over

the

for

or 5,000

This

C.

-i-

sold

share;

shares.

1957

during the past

and

re-

31,: 1958^
*
pipe line system'
transmission pipe line from

miscellaneous

The

of

Crescent Petroleum Corp.—Oil
Output 22% Higher-

announced

company

with

in -consulting,

fields.

it

June

,

.

are

owns

York,

from

Cooper-Bessemer Corp.—Stock Increased—

oil

.

months

common

.

research

done.—V.

1958,

natural,gas

Louisiana.

each

New

due

has

Wright Air Development

Research

new

Mr.

the

eeqUipmerit

$76,000,000 during

its

the

for

$1.99

7,140,000 shares then outstanding,
President, in a quarterly report to share¬

made
and

and its subsidiaries

$15,260,547, or
outstanding

the

year,

31,

share

per

59,266

•

been'introduced in

on

debentures

information will lead to im¬
performance of missile and
aircraft structures.
'
type of system will also be
capable of analyzing
plastics, lubrlcants, and gases, according to Dr.
Charles F. Robinson

common

boat and/or dock
bumper for the small boat -field has been
developed by ' this company, according to G.
Richard Beebe,- SalesManager of its New Products Division/
;

Cincinnati Gas & Electric Co.—Continues
Expansion—•.

dividends,

per

the

on

30-inch-main

lines

compressor stations

,

preferred

fund

This

then

operates

Virginia.

St.,

purchase

sinking

proved

Columbian Rope Co.—Introduces New
Products—

.

Net earnings of this
company
March 31, 1958; totaled

cents

.

and

owns

'860 miles

The

.

after

77

•

.

of

,

are

ended

loans

May

June" 1,

The system will be
designed to detect minute
impurities in metals,
ceramics, and other critical
materials—impurities that have never before
been pinpointed.
It is believed that
this

Apxll

Cd., which proposes to
a
natural gas pipe line system from West Texas
to California.'
Byrd and F. 8. Young, now serving
as, President and Vice-Presi-;
dent of Gulf Interstate Gas Co., will continue in the
same
positions
with the Gulf Interstate Co.
The present key
engineering personnel of
Gulf Interstate Gas will serve in
their respective
capacities with1 the
new company.
Gulf Interstate Co. has been
retained to render engi¬
neering services to Columbia and its subsidiaries.—V.
187, p. 2218.

to be used to repay bank
loans, pay for addition to
plant and for working capital.
.
"
'
The debentures may be
immediately converted into common stock at
$12.50 per share.—V. 187, p. 2218.
>
.

-

on

Hy

with

bank

pay

on

due

called for
redemption on June
1,1958, $11,500
mortgage, sinking, fund bonds, series
A,. at 100%
Payment will be made at the
City National
Co.
of Chicago, 208
LaSalle St.,
Chicago 90, 111.—V-

announced

of

analysis.

were

build,

the
SEC• covering $275,000 of. 5%- 10-year convertible
debentures to be
Offered for subscription by stockholders on the basis of
$100 of deben¬
tures'for each 40/shares of cOmmon stock
held as of
net

comments

the
samq
period last
months
ended
March

share

design the facilities of Transwestern

Shadyside, Md.—Files

letter

;

SEC

interest.

instrumentation

[

down,

.

Interstate

primarily

{

Chesapeake
Tlie

were

Corp.—Reports Loss—...

President,

to

gas

,

.

'1

year

automatically operated by remote control.
Gujf Interstate Co,,, a wholly owned
subsidiary of Gulf Interstate
Gas Co., will not be'
acquired by1 Columbia but will be sold or otherwiser
distributed, to the stockholders of Gulf
Interstate. This subsidiary of

,

..

this

understanding with the management of Gulf Interstate.
to the acquisition by Columbia of
substantially^

of

Gulf

the

... ...

of

respect

Gulf

lateral.and

.

^

the

compressor

'

orders, Chemstrand is sharply stepping
up its
The. current increase in production
involves the
1,100 plant workers furloughed
early in February."
The company's production of its
acrylic fiber, Acriian, was at
capacity
throughout the first three months.—V. 187, p. 1783.
'

of

of

has

prom-,

'

Young,
an

Louisiana

production.

recall

for
12

25,541

/

,

consisting

increased

nylon

incmne/i_-1648.

p.

with

Co.

Gulf

year,",

acrylic

Co.—Earnings Lower

899,000

«

upturn of customer demand
for the second half of the
Acriian

1958

$85,707

;

the

bidding.
$2,000,000, incurred

Consolidated Electrodynamics
Corp.—New Contract—

The

,

are
again
April indicate an appreciablewnich wc expect to continue

for

yarns,

year.

was

shares

•

,

;

were

in

"and

'

meet

of

expenses-

with

competitive

first

Trust

through

Interstate assets,
"
1
!.
> '
•/'
The transaction is
subject to approval by1 the stockholders of Gulf.
Interstate and the consent or
approval of certain goveimment. agencies.
These approvals and consents will be
sought in the near future. Theholders of each, share of Gulf Interstate Gas
Co. common stock willreceive 0.79375 share ol common stock of The
Columbia Gas System,
Inc. ajid Gulf Interstate Gas
Co- will be dissolved when the transac¬
tion is concluded, which is
expected to be prior to'Dec.

...

the

'

'

1958—Month—1957
$245,397
f
$3B8,301
159,690
235,925*

revenue-^

oper.

187,

,

inventories

approaching normal levels.
upturn in demand for tire

ry.

George S.
has reached

;

year

at

by the company at 90 Broad
(EDT) on June 17 for the

a.m.

2212.

p.

-

Columbia Gas System,
Inc.^-Proposed Acquisition—

quarter

fifth

,

for

It
'

the

.

the

and

Railway-oper.
Railway oper.

—V.

the

statement

sinking fund debentures,

sale

to

received

11

Consolidated

near- *

-

adversely affected by the pinch
start-up cost of new facilities.
The/
demand for chemical textile fibers was restricted
by inventory liquidation policies pursued
by our. customers.
•'■*
j The improved order pattern
beginning in March in nylon, both for
textile and tire cord yarn, indicates that mill
downtrend

of

its

&

185,

Colorado & Wyoming
Ry.—Earnings—
Period End. Mar. 31—

way operations

,

strand Overseas,

that

u

Net

earnings

1957*—its

a

/©fa

was

-

,

be

to

accrued

Bank

.

31,;

Net revenue from rail-

volume

*■!«.;-Profits

construction

President, in his

stock

used

Proposed

:

meeting.

quarter

of

public

be

_

one-

187, p. 2218.

$32,184,000 and

$1,885,000.

>-

producer of chemical textile fibers—the
company achieved a sales!
of $146,043,000 and net
earnings of $20,055,000.
These sales,
and earnings were the
highest on record.
"Sales and earnings
this,
year," Mr. O'Neal noted, "for the first time are
being reported on a
„i' consolidated basis,
which
includes
tne
results
of
the
two
foreign
subsidiaries, Chemstrand Limited of. the -United
Kingdom and Chemi

March

,

the

-

Chemstrand Corp.—-Reports
Quarterly Results—

ended March 31,

,

at

-

,

auxiliary facilities for liquefying

all

$1.22

:

.

.

outstanding

•'

requirements,

common

during

,

*

$0.26

...

outstanding.
/ ••
■
•
sharply curtailed due to lower
sales demands which
prevailed generally throughout the steel
industry. •'.
As
a
result of curtailing
operations, the corporation has reduced
its inventories in excess of
$10,000,000 since Nov. 30, 1957.—V.
186,r
p. '2755.
Operations

:

of

preferred
shares

and
dividend

will

up

corporation

outstanding.
corresponding quarter in 1957 were $9,635,092 $4,552,392 after Federal taxes,
equivalent, '

the

taxes,

'3,383,626

;

production

for

Federal

/after

generating:
producing.
the Girdler.

cobalt

earnings

before

for

will

Co.—Registers

SEC—

are

through

corporation has reported a net loss of
$2,837,396 before Federal
taxes for the quarter ended March
31, 1958; and a net loss
amounting to $1,390,096 -after provision for Federal
income taxes,
equivalent, > after- allowing for preferred dividend
requirements, to a.
loss of 45c per share on
3,384,463 shares of common stock
Net

Girdler

and-a-half tons per day lor
standby purposes.—V.

the

$3,000,000

offered

above-mentioned $3,000,000
187, p. 2000.

plus

The

Nickel unit, latest application
of automatic hydrogen sulfide
processes developed by Girdler Construction to
meet industrial
require-toents for cn-site
production, will produce r's tons of gaseous
hydrogen
sulfide per day and have

...

$1,156;830
./ $1.09

income

-

cobalt

1/ The Port

"

$1,289,938

shares

common

*

.

*

397,088

.

outstanding shares.
This compares with
$2.64 per share earned iri the
calendar year 1957.
In the same
quarterly periods revenues advanced from
$31,600,000 in '
1957 to $32,100,000 in 1958 —V.
187, p., 1431.

■

/"

438,432

Electric Illuminating

Lindseth.

were

Service

registration

Conlon-Moore Corp—Partial
Redemption—
The

79,790

103,762

.

•

earnings

a

1978.—V.

.

ported

1957,. with

for further

Y.,

the

$1,474,128

$277,861

shareholders

Earnings ,for the first quarter
share, compared with 79 cents

21,

-

N.

company
con¬
actively to negotiate a number of
acquisitions and to investigate
others.—V. 187, p.
1783.
9

Colorado Fuel & Iron

will

and

187,

sulfide

and

the

Rosenthal

be

proceeds

Bids

:

have risen much faster
than revenues," he said.
"As a result,
company's rate of return on
property and plant is the lowest in
last four, years, and the
tatoid is downward.
/
\
,,
"This
is
why the company last month
announced
that
it
was'
applying for an increase in electric rates.
"The
increase averages 5%
for
all
customer classifications.
For •
the typical home this
means
less than a penny a
day."

Construction recently
engineered a 60-tonliquid
hydrogen
sulfide
plant—largest ever built—for ore,
processing at the Cuban end^qf/the $119,000,000
nickel-cobalt, project, 1
being constructed by Cuban American, a
subsidiary of Freeport Sulphur
Co.
'
'
'/.'■•
/.
•
.,..

/

j-

40,147

,

$0.28

1,059,159

Oct

additions and
improvements, and the balance will be
expenditures for such
purposes.
Construction expendi¬
estimated at $3,850,000 for
1958, of which approximately
$1,000,000 will be obtained
from
the
sale
of
the
debentures (after
repayment of bank loans in
June 1958), and the
balance from tha
company's operations.-

the

esti-

', per-day
...

share_

filed

property

used

5,376,326

$1,688,223

,

11,007

,

$291,375

com.

to

tures

.

and

cobalt.

per

for

pre- ;

Madison

the

year;

budget

facilities at Port Nickel,
La., was announced on
May 20 by
-Construction Division of the Chemetron
Corp. "
•
'
'
The
hydrogen sulfide will be used to refine nickel
nickel

t

Public

company

Net

$6,850,454:

5,888,663

-.

$370,616

„

6,142
110,155

,

$7,576,886

operations

an

Offering With

1958, covering

1978,

...

under

Chemetron Corp.—To Equip Sulfide
Plant—
Authorization

*»,t

for

;

the

have been added to the lines
within the
be available for
operation during the peak load

r,/•

15,

/- "Costs

the $75,000,000
estimated in the annual
units, with a capability of
245,000 kilo-

//watts,

i

shares

year/ are

expenditures

generating

for

650

and

.

$395,388

_____

So reported Elmer
L. Lindseth,
22 to stockholders at the annual

,

?'

probability

This

office-of

1958—12 Mos.—1957

$1,799,828
1,429,212

Earnings of company for the first
quarter
despite a slight increase in revenues.

reported

ended

in

at

Commencing

$100,000

Community

-

7.74.

p.

1958—3 Mos.—1957

(net)____

-

300,000

,.

Large Expenditures

number

mate# and

corpox-ation

,.•'•••.'

1958

so

this

$2,020,070
.1,624,682

taxes

Cleveland

period

April 30, 1957.
•'
Construction expenditures

on

'

800:000
500,000

-

*

the

presented

of

187,

<&

Co.__

picture.
>
For the 12 mouths ended
April 30, 1958;/electric revenues of
the;;
system aggregated $138,872,390. a
gain of 5.7%; over the
corresponding
/period ending in 1957. Consolidated net income
amounted
to
$2.44'
per share on
10,207,317 shares, an increase of
9.9%
over
the $2.22
per share on approximately the same

"

Y.—V.

tinued
still

•

»*

N.

■

Mr.

&

1.200,000

& South West Corp.—Plans

corresponding

at

June- 30

funds.

of

Debenture

1949

necessary
to
treble
present
wholesale
sales
of
electricity by Citizens' Nogales, Arizona
district to Cia.- do
Servicios Publicos -de
Nogales, S. A., serving the
community of Nogales,
Sonora, Mexico.

consolidated electric revenues for
the first '
of
$41,959,800, approximately 3.9%
over .the
of. last year.
John S.
Osborne, President told
V the
annual stockholder's
meeting on May 20 that although commercial
and industrial sales
during tne period have shown little
gain over last
year's level, due
largely to reduced activity in the oil,
steel, lead and zinc industries, an
increase of (>.6%
in residential revenues
has been;
V
a
sustaining iactor in the over-all
four

*

to

1,

plus accrued interest to June 30
and
1%. They are to be

L. Rosenthal,
President, stated that
ing. completion
on
facilities

-

250,000

Bros,

Co.

V:

•

interest

attached

coupons

'

...

Richard

600.000

_

Shearson,-".* Hammill

200.000

187;

&

-Based

.

■

Inc..

Stern

Co.
*—v.

■/./

Co.,

.

.

_____

Co.,

Hutzler

1,200,000

.

McMaster Hutchinson <fe

&

$18,000,000 of

indenture dated April

an

amount

revenues,

1958.

"150:000'

W.

Salomon

200,000

•/.'•Co.

Pollock

will
redeem
on
its 2%% deben¬

its

of

of

assets

3

offering price of $8, this Fund's
total size is now in
excess of
$5,500,000 on an asset value of
share as of
$8.04 per
May 13.
Dividends of 10c a share from
the Fund's In¬
vestment income have
bsen declared for each
of the first two
of this
quarters
year.—V. 187, p. 987.

•

&

Co.

$800,000

Pressprich & Co. 1,200,000
Raffensperger, Hughes &

500,000
500,000

___■

Co.

E.

Inc.

Co

:_

it
of

all

family

initial

Bank; 43 Exchange Place, New
York, N. Y.
placed with institutional
investors, will

interest, etc.-^____;

"Earns,

&

___.

that

amount

prepay

plus accrued

unmatured

wealth

-

•

amount

Ne,t income

.

Corp. ,_///____

face

under

■

income

Bond

"•■/■■

Hanseatic

Patterson, "Copeland
Kendall, «Inc.

1,200,000
&

York

1540.

p.

Citizens Utilities Co.—Quarterly
Earnings Higher—'
Period End.

Other

agreed/

Qeneratlng Station,

Prepay 2%% Debentures

also

principal:

"

Securities

Freeman

severally

187,

announced

charge- of Is of
principal office

York,

Operating income

r

respective

all

Fort

1959.

issued

their lace

,

$4,200,000
1,000,000

Co.

have

following

New

,

Merle-Sinith__„ 1,200,000

Equitable
Corp.
The

/

.

2 Inc.

below

:

-

,

Co.

Bache & Co.___—:

the

company

bonds;

&

named

15,

face

Mar, 31-r-

...

PURCHASERS—The

1900.—V.

will

the

at

Oper. exp.

and.
charges

to. fixed

at

New

Operating

"

$29,862,000

earnings

at

with

prepayment

Avenue,

'•/

*

,

prepaid

payment

-

revenues

April

Miami

privately

be

Poughkeepsie, ""
miles
along the '

in

20

and

debentures

redeemed

Chase Manhattan
The 3t2 % >
notes,

•

"

„■

EARNINGS—Operating

.

1959

The
"

serves
a
territory
River and
comprising an area of some 2,500 square
miles
containing a population of
approximately 350,000 persons.
The area
Served includes such cities
as
Poughkeepsie, Beacon, Newburgh and

Hudson

2%%

be

1,

due

presentation

be

the'

at

will

April

notes

The

Will

.

the

at

$50,000,000

due

3 '/a%

outstanding

all

future

its

and

bonds

retire

.

early

corporation on
May
30, 1958 the entire

June

t;

operation

This

'-v

White,

(jointly

for

unit

C. I. T, Financial
Corp.—To

.

the bonds
as
4V8s were: Kidder,
Peabody & Co.,
Weld
&
Co. , and
Stone* &
Webster
Securities
100.1899.
Two
other
bids
sougnt a rate of 4(4%.*
were:
The
First Boston Corp.,
101.7899, and Eastman Dillon,
Union Securities &
Co., 101.759.
''
j
The bonds will
be
redeemable at
the option of the
company at
prices .ranging from 106.30 % to
100%, plus accrued

4

,

172,000 kilowatt

(general

Reentered

4

news

and

as 'second
no

class

hp-

York fundi.

*

The Comviercial and
4

Financial Chronicle

.

.

.

Monday, May 26, 1958

(2332)
together own 29#

which

5# series due 1987, at the redemption
price of 106.16# of principal amount (aggregating $15,924,000) .plus
interest.
The balance of the net proceeds together with internal cash
will be applied to the cost of the 1958 construction program of the

field

Colo.

intends

It

to engage,

Denver

as

Family Life will not exceed $750,000.
Management, officials and principal stockholders include
Derryberry, President,
and Jack G. Padgett, Senior
In addition
to options granted Messrs. Derryberry and Padgett
invested

stricted

However,

is

Delaware,

the

"If

approximately $667,000,000," the
government's proposed judgment

companies told
were adopted,

to Christiana and Delaware
about 55# of their present
taxes of about $111,000,000
and by a decline of about $191,000,000 in
the value of the shares.
"Moreover, even the receipt of this $365,000,000 in proceeds
would
be all but outweighed by the loss in the value of the du Pont stock
held
by Christiana and Delaware, referred to above, which would
the net proceeds of these shares
would amount to about $365,000,000, only
value. The balance would be eaten up by

onq

tney and
options to

stocK

no

Court.

the

..
to issue and sell an additional. 18,771 com¬
offered for subscription by stockholders at $48 per
share and at the rate of one new share for each 12 shares held.
As
owner
of 220,324 of
the 225,250 outstanding shares of Fall River
common, EUA proposes to purchase its pi o rata part of such additional
shares and all such shares not purchased by other stockholders.
Fail
Itiver will apply
the proceeds to the prepayment of its-outstanding
short-term bank loans.—V. 186, p. 1149.
Pall

$362,000,000."
noted also that while the Supreme Court reversed
the
District Court's dismissal against the du Pont company "solely
because,
in its view, du Pont's acquisition and holding of General
Motors stock violated Section 7 of the Clavton Act," Christiana and

Period End. Mar. 31—

Railway oper.

revenue

Railway oper.

expenses.

Net revenue

from rail¬

187, p.

$5,485,433
2,691,941

$2,894,292
1,453,956

$2,026,062
977,921

income

oper.

ry.

—V.

$7,490,174
3,929,105

1648.

Dominion Tar & Chemical

Co., Ltd.—To Redeem

Debs.

called for redemption on June 2, 1958, all of
outstanding 5# sinking fund debentures, 1952 series, due April 1,
1967 and 5#
sinking fund debentures, 1953 series, due June 1, 1969,
at 102#.
Payment will be made at any branch in Canada of the
Royal Bank of Canada,' v".
The corporation
has also called for redemption on June 2, 1958,
all of its outstanding 5#
debentures, 1953 series, due' June 1, 19591963 at prices ranging from 100.605; to 102.845#, according to ma¬
corporation has

The

its

7-'
7.
.
branch in Canada of the Royal

turity.
•
'•
Payment will be made at any
of Canada.—V. 187, p. 880.
:

-

Bank

■■

v.

Development—

Co.—Announces New

Dow Chemical

conducting an evaluation on a textile material
tape, it was announced on May 7.
Dow emphasized that the material, known as Q-957, is still ill the
development stage. It said applications in the industrial, automotive,
agricultural, home furnishing and decorative fields are being considered.
The evaluation, in selected markets, is based on material supplied
in
small quantities
from a pilot plant at the company's Midland,
Michigan, division. A decision on commercial production hus not been
The

is

company

described

as

thin, narrow

a

made.

fabrics having good

Q-957 can be woven into lightweight
relatively high tear strength.

said

Dow
cover

and

the direction of the
alloy fiber, is to be
apparel applications.—V. 187, p. 1784.

development is another move by Dow in
textile market.
"Zefran," the company's acrylic
The

fall in

launched this

Drilling: & Exploration Co.,

Inc.—Completes 2 Wildcats

discoveries — one in Louisiana and another in
Oklahoma have been announced by this company.
Drilling & Exploration Co., Inc. et. al. have announced the comple¬
tion of a
discovery well in St. Martin Parish, La. The Number 1
Williams, Inc. was completed at a total depth of 13,007 feet in an area
known as the Mystic Bayou. The well was completed through perfora¬
tions in 5Va inch casing from 12,478 to 12,486 feet..
In Stephens
County, Okla.,< upon a 640 acre unit, the Number 1
McKinney has been completed as a discovery at a total depth of 15,826
feet in an area known as the S. E.
Carter-Knox Field. Drilling &
significant

Two

working interest in this
the immediate vicinity.

Exploration Co. owns approximately 6# of the
unit, and three additional 640 acre units in
—V. 183, p. 1612.

the

acquire

Commission

Power

distribution facilties

electric

Carolina Mountaih

Power

this

authorized

has

Corp.

will pay $105,000 for Carolina's facilities. Carolina
small public utility company which operates in parts of Hender¬
Rutherford and Polk Counties, N. C. Carolina plans to retain

The Duke company

Is

a

son,

Duke has agreed to
after con¬

only its hydroelectric plant near Lake Lure, N. C.

purchase the entire output of this hydro plant for 25 years
summation of the merger.

Commission

The

in

that

to

Carolina's

greater

Duke

in

will result in
—V.

plans

to

capacity

customers

187, p.

the
a

that the merger

said

electric

.

>

I

.

will be in the public Interest

to make substantial improvements and additions
properties which would result in a considerably

meet

area

the

affected.

present
The

and

FPC

future

also

and

charged with participation in

a

Delaware.

and

tiana

Pont's General Motors holdings which are allocable
Delaware and Delaware stockholders are also not to be
them" the companies said, "but it is not entirely clear from
the government's plan whether these shares are to be voted by the
other du Pont stockholders or whether they are not to be voted at all.
"There is no more justification in the record or in the decision of
"The shares of du

Christiana,

to

voted by

Court for this attempt to disenfranchise Christiana,
Delaware and stockholders of Delaware during the 10-year transitional
period than there is for the provisions disqualifying them from par¬
ticipation in the distribution. Nothing in the record establishes any
misuse by these defendants of their voting, power.
Indeed . . . this
Court found a complete failure of proof that these defendants voted
their stock for unlawful purposes."
On
the
other hand, Christiana and
Delaware said, the du Pont
the

Supreme

"effectuate a divestiture of all of the attributes of
Motors holdings which could possibly give rise to
consequences," and would "fully and fairly" accom¬
plish the objectives of the Supreme Court's decision.
"Moreover," the companies said, "the du Pont plan would meet
iully the objections of Christiana and Delaware to the specific provi¬
sions of the government's proposal relating to them. The plan would
recognize the limited status of these defendants in the litigation and
would not subject them to relief, except to the extent of requiring
them to pass through to their stockholders the voting rights of their
allocable shares of du Pont's General Motors stock, which they are

liability in confiscatory
stockholders by a dis¬
criminatory disqualification from participation in a distribution
to
all other stockholders. It would not arbitrarily remove their substan¬
tial property rights and gratuitously present them to others. It would
not seek to affect the rights of innocent stockholders of Delaware."
Christiana Securities Co. is a publicly-owned investment company,
It

amounts.

which

of

not

subject them to forced tax
not treat them as tainted

would

to purchase a substantial block of du Pont stock
du *>nnt «'islr>d to s°ll. Sine its incepMon, Chris¬
approximately 27# of the outstanding common shares

1915

in

organized

Coleman

T.

has owned

tiana

Pont company. Delaware Realty & Investment Co. was
in its present form in 1924 to receive substantial holdings
Christiana and du Pont and other securities from Pierre S. du Pont,
exchange for h life annuity for him and 'his wife. See also V.
du

the

organized
of

requirements

of

noted that the merger
Carolina.

substitution of Duke's lower rates for those of

1648.

Development Corp., Monroeville, Pa.—Control Changes— *
Edward H. Talenfeld, President, on May 19 announced that he and
his sons have sold their interest in Eastern to a New York-Pittsburgh
syndicate, headed by Earl Belle.
Among the assets of Eastern is the
controlling interest in Cornucopia Gold Mines, a diversified acquisitioin
Investment

firm listed on

addition

In

1958—Month—1957

Period End. Mar. 31—

the American Exchange.
to its control of Cornucopia,

interest in Consolidated
utility, and Tru-Val Homes Inc., a

trolling

Eastern also owns con¬
Transmission Co., a Pennsylvania
large residential builder.

Eastern's

activity has been in the fields of industrial real estate and
Murray A. Talenfeld, President of Cornucopia and an
of Eastern, stated, "My brother and I are continuing in the

primary

construction.
officer

period net was $9,007,313.
After
provision for dividends on
income
was
$7,736,148, or 45 cents

first

Net

deficit
way

Net ry.

—V.

f

from

rail-

operations
deficit

—_

oper.

187,

p.

.

1958—3 Mos.—1957

$935,303
6,309,659

$1,556,807
6,797,525

$1,739,702

$5,314,356

1,837,896

5,442,487

$5,240,718
5,456,159

..

$1,719,060
1,779,111

1648.

~

Investment

Corp.,

publicly

we

owned

are

Through our holding company, National
completing negotiations towards acquiring a

manufacturing concern in the electronic and
throughout the United States." Commenting

Duplan Corp. (& Canadian Subs.)—Earnings Lower—
1958
$10,267,000

Net
Net

Net
—V.

sales

loss
loss

187,

from
per
p.

operations

share

1957
$9,417,000

153,000
$0.16

6 Months Ended March 31—

102,000

$0.10

880.

(E. I.) du Pont de Nemours & Co.
Stockholders

(Inc.)—Two Large

Approve Alternative Plan Filed by

and Oppose Government

Firm

Proposal—

innocent of any viola¬
antitrust suit told the
U. 8. District Court on May 15 a decree proposed by the Justice
Department would virtually confiscate their entire interest in General
Motors, currently valued at $667,000,000.
Christiana Securities Co. and Delaware Realty & Investment Co.,
Two investment

tion

of

law

in

companies which were found

the

du

Pont-General




Motors

Burton Talenfeld, Eastern's Treasurer, added:
"My father, brother and I feel that we have received an excellent price
for
our
holdings in Eastern Investment and Development.
We are
assuming a inore aggressive position in the residential and commercial
real estate and construction field in the Pittsburgh area.
Furthermore,
we had decided to expand our community industrial development pro¬
gram to selected areas throughout the country."
Mr.

copia

on

Belle,
as

a

the

sale,

who has been associated with both Eastern and Cornu¬
Vice-President and Director, would not reveal the exact

$5,000,000, but

price for the companies whose total net worth exceeds
said the transaction was in cash and represented a substantial

figure.

resigning from all boards of the affe'e'. companies, and that he would announce his proposed slate of
officers and directors within a few days.
Mr.
Belle
stated, "Our group does not contemplate
any changes
in the administrative personnel of Eastern or its affiliated companies.
We are continuing the diversification program initiated for Cornucopia
earlier this yur."
Mr. Belle also said that Cornucopia's annual report
this year would show a favorable earnings picture for the first time
in over 15 years.—V. 185, p. 2556.

He

preferred stocks,

remaining net

per share on 17,022,124 shares
with first period 1957's $7,94o,927, or 48
cents per share on 16,457,615 shares outstanding.
t
For comparative purposes,
earnings per share for the -first quarter
1957 are based on total outstanding shares, including shares of com¬
mon
B stock outstanding at that time.
The common R stock, which
automatically became common stock on Jan.* 1, 1958. was issued in
exchange for Pacific Northwest's common stock and did not-participate
in dividends for 1957.—V. 187, p. 1893.
outstanding,

contrasted

as

Electric Bond & Share

Co.—Asset Value Up 5%—-

-

stock of this company at March 31, 1958
was $155,561,700,
or $29.03 a share, an increase of $6,980,000, or 8#,
over
the end of 1957, according to* the quarterly report released on
May 2. I Asset value reflects
investments with a quoted - market at
market
quotations, Ebasco Services Inc. at its capital and surplus,
and other investments for which there are no market quotations at
value of the common

Asset

i

cost.

the first quarter of 1958

income for

Net

share,

a

was

$1,952,879, or 37 cents

11# increase over the $1,767,166, or 34 cents
the same period a year ago.. The gain was due to

an

a share,

increased
and receipt of a
quarterly dividend from Chemical Construction Corp. at e rate of 25#
greater than dividends received semi-annuaily in 1957.
Sales of energy by Foreign Power subsidiaries in the "first quarter
rose
7#
and preliminary
corporate earnings for the quarter were
approximately the same as last year. Operations in Cuba are prac¬
tically normal, although there was some damage to plant as a result
of the
recent trouble, and
collections were somewhat slower. First
quarter power sales in Cuba were 10#
ahead of a year ■ aso.—V,' 187,

earned

lor

diviuend income

p.

American & Foreign Power Co.

ironi

2001.

Corp.—Earnings

Electrolux

Show Improvement—

April 24 reported for the three months' period
net profit of $490,695 after taxes and all
other charges, equivalent to 40 cents a share on the 1,230*500 shares
of common stock outstanding.
This compares with a net profit of $366,319, equivalent to 30 cents
a
share, for the corresponding 1957 period.—V. 187, p. *44.
corporation

This

March

ended

31,

on

1958,

said

that the Talenfelds

Eastern Utilities

are

Associates—Proposes Borrowings for

Investment in Subsidiaries—
joined with two of its subsidiaries in filing a
financing proposal with the SEC;
and the Commission has given
interested persons until June 4, 1958, to request a hearing thereon.
Under the proposal, EUA will make borrowings from The First National
TMs

corporation has

Inc., Long Beach, N.

Associates,

Electronic

J.—Sales

Earnings at Higher Rate—

and

;

Christianson, President and Chairman of the Board, on
May 17 reported that for the year 1957 net earnings roseate $1,001,998,
an
increase of 8#
over 1956.
Net sales for 1957, as represented by
completed contracts, rose to $12,298,000 a 39# increase over the total
for
1956.
1957 earnings per share amounted to $1.64, as -compared
to $1.52 for 1956.—V.
187, p. 1313.
Lloyd

F.

National Watch Co.—Gets
Component—

Elgin

$500,000 Contract-—

New Missile

announced on May 15 that its Micronics -Division has
received a $500,000 contract covering development and. prototype pro¬
duction of a new guided missile fuze device.
The contract brings
to $1,300,000 the division's new contracts re¬
ceived since Jan. 1 for development and custom production, of highprecision devices for missiles and aircraft, according to -George W.
.Fraker, Jr., General Manager.
He added that the division is now involved in eight different mis¬
This

sile

company

programs.

The

new

contract

This
its

to

West -Coast plant
the missile involved could
187, p. 1313.
t.

handled at Micronics'

be

will

Chatsworth,
Calif.
Mr. Fraker said
not be identified for security reasons.—V.

at

Corp.—To Add New Service—

corporation will add service from the United States to Hawaii
international air freight forwarding operations beginning June

announced on May 19 by John C. Emery, President.
Maclver-Campbell, Vice-President in charge of Emery's west¬
with offices in Los Angeles, Calif., will complete arrange¬
ments with Hawaiian Hauling Service, Ltd.,
the organization which
will service Emery agents on the islands.
Emery will use all airlines between the U. S. and Hawaii as well as
in
the U. S.
to assure customers a fast schedule and -to minimize
delays due to cancellations.
Emery charges include pick-up, delivery,
wire and cable costs normally assessed as extras by other air services.
—V. 187, p. 1313.

26,

it

was

M.

A.

region

ern

Equity Oil Co., Salt Lake City, Utah
Firm Under Contract—

acquisitions.

field of industrial

further

$607,749
2,347,451

$392,219
2,111,279

including Pacific
$9,622,407. In 1957,

and its subsidiaries,

company

Corp., for the first quarter was

Northwest Pipeline

&

missile field doing business

Railway oper. expenses-

Kayser,

the

of

income

2225.

Eastern

large

Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range Ry.—Earnings—
Railway oper. revenue™

Paul

year,

13.

Net

do.

to

would

"It

last

606

May

General

Pont's

anti-competitive

willing

Company continued to
compared with $71,156,President, reported to stockholders on

revenues of El Paso Natural Gas
climb in the first quarter, reaching $91,389,752

would

proposal

du

*

Gas Co.—Revenues Still Rise—

El Paso Natural

Emery Air Freight
to

company

transmission line of

and a

even

never

Act.
Delaware Realty

characterized the government's
proposals as to voting of General Motors stock owned by them and
allocable to them as "not only unjustifiably harsh and discriminatory"
but lacking in "any semblance of rational basis."
The government proposes, they said, that during the 10-year period
of the trustee's sales and distributions,
du Pont shareholders would
vote not only their own pro rata shares of the undistributed General
Motors stock, but also the stock deposited with the trustee by Chris¬

187, p.

Federal

"were

the Clayton

of

Christiana

in

Acquire Certain Facilities—

Duke Power Co.—To
The

Realty

Delaware

violation"

operations

way
Net

companies

The

be

to

Operating

exceed

RR.—Earnings—
1958—Month—1957
1958—3 Mos.—1957
$5,917,013 $7,262,842 $16,967,946 $"20,158,149
3,890,951
4,368,550 11,482,513 12,661,975

Grande Western

Denver & Rio

also proposes

River

shares,

mon

part of

and

acquire the 60,000 shares above referred to at
three of such individuals have received re¬
acquire 180,000 shares at $1.75 per share.

to

persons

share,

per

a

to rights offerings.

Company.

however,

Richard S.
Vice-President.

other

five

$2

in

wnich are imposed

the tax consequences of the distribution. Sales of du Pont
stock to escape the tax impact of the distribution, the companies said,
could cause a decline in the market value of du Pont stock of about
15#.
Sales of General Motors stock by du Pont stockholders who
would require cash to pay taxes on shares received in. the distribution,
together with the sales which the trustee would have to make, could
depress the price of General Motors stock by 25#
to 40#.
"Based on a market value of $35
for General Motors stock, the
value
of
the
shares held
by Christiana, and of that portion of
du
Pont's General Motors holdings which is allocable to Christiana

Acceptance has received net proceeds ol
the sale of its stock. The latter also intends to invest

soon

and Fall River Eleciric
of additional shares of their
Brockton
proposes
to offer
an
additional 21.664 shares for subscription - by
stockholders at $65 per share and at the race of one new share for
each 12 shares held.
As owner of 253.519 of the 259,968 outstanding
shares
oi
Brockton
common,
EUA proposes to purchase its pro
rata part of such additional shares and all such shares not purchased
by other stockholders.
Brockton will apply the proceeds thereof to
the
prepayment of outstanding short-term bank loans and to ,tliIs
purchase of additional securities, of its subsidiary, Montaup Electric
Edison Co.

Brockton

subsidiaries,

two

have proposed the issuance and sale
stock to stockholders, pursuant

common

trustee who

as

Family Life Insurance
Acceptance

as

owns

with

business
$200,000
from
additional
proceeds from this financing to expand the operations, of Family Li.e
in Colorado and into other states as rapidly as is economically prac¬
ticable;
and
Denver
Acceptance may also acquire control of or
organize a second life insurance company to aid in the expansion,
and spread the risks, of both it ancl Family Life through reciprocal
reinsurance
arrangements.
The ultimate amount expected to be
as

would be

General Motors stock). The stock would be deposited
would distribute it over a 10-year period to du Pont
Christiana, Delaware Realty and the stock¬
holders of Delaware Realty would not receive the 21,172,720 shares
allocable to them, but would receive the cash proceeds after these
shares had been sold by the trustee.
Christiana
and Delaware Realty noted, as du Pont did in the
memorandum it filed May 14, that adoption of the government's pro¬
posal would result in large sales of du Pont and General Motors stock
Realty

time

one

The

Co.,

Department's proposal, filed last October, would require
disposition of du Pont's 63.000,000 snares of General Motors stock and
of
535,500 General Motors shares owned
by Christiana (Delaware

stockholders.

any

purposes.

Pont
Pont pro¬

Justice

The

chapter for a life insurance company named
of America, which is expected to be organized by Denver
a
wholly owned subsidiary.
Family Life is to commence

Co.

stocknolders and the national economy
government's proposed judgment."

the

by

business of writing life insurance and
annuity policies.
According to the prospectus, the Insurance Commis¬
sioner and Attorney General of Colorado have approved the form of
a

law
parties

rather than by

innocent

formed or acquired, in the

to be

the

without

so

1958, under Colorado
subsidiary companies

organized on March 11,
through one or more

Acceptance was

Denver

law.

of

satisfy

SEC on May
its $1 per common stock. This
at $2 per share. The offering
is to be made on a "best efforts" basis by DAC securities Corp., lor
which it will receive a selling commission of 40c per share, the ex¬
penses of registration and issuance to be borne by the issuer.
Man¬
agement officials and sole stockholders of the underwriter are also
stockholders and management officials of the issuer.
An additional
55,000 common shares are under option to the underwriter at $2 per
share, and 60,000 to organizers of the company at the same exercise

at

tne shares allocable
by the 4,000 stock¬
the companies tnemselves.
the companies told the Court, "would fully
objectives of the Supreme Court decision, and would do
the coniiscatory and unjusliiiable results for the parties,
Font's 185,000 stocknolders, except that
and Delaware Realty would be voted

those companies
"The du Pont proposal,"

19, 1958, covering 1,000,000 shares of
stock is to be offered for public sale

price.

mi

•»-

$10,600,000

exceeding

Cnristiana

holders

registration statement with the

corporation filed a

The

14

voted by du

Registers

SEC—

Stock Offering With

Proposed Common

—

an^iuacive «,o tne government pian, au
that its 63,000,000 shares of General Motors stock

May

posed
to

Acceptance Corp., Denver,

Denver

the period ending July 1, 1959, in amounts not
in the aggregate and not to exceed $2,650,000
outstanding. Proceeds of these borrowings will. be
used to
make additional investments in two subsidiaries, to prepay
an
outstanding bank loan of S300.0CO, and
for general corporate
of Boston during

Bank

Pont company's outstanding com¬

a

in

case."

of $2,500,000 of
such sale).
for 1958.—

loans

bank

oam

sum.-.,

mon

and its subsidiaries (Including the retirement
incurred for construction .purposes pricr to
Construction
expenditures are estimated at $22,500,000
V. 187, p. 2116.
company

of the du

nicmoraiiUum to me chj-ao,:
"All
of
this
would be strong medicine, indeed, even for a
violator; it makes no sense at ail wnen imposed upon innocent
without any real need in terms of tne objectives of the
The two companies gave their approval
to tne proposal du

bonds,

trust

collateral

and

—

Plans to Sell

Gas to El Paso
This

has reached

company

Gas Co. for

its

Piceance

on

a

basic agreement with El Paso Natural
feet daily of natural gas from
Colo., field, it was announced

the sale of 100 million cubic
Creek, Rio Blanco County,

May 14.

The contract is subject to

approval of the Federal Power

Commission.

President, told shareholders at annual stockholders'
meeting, "The matters agreed upon are that this company will sell
El Paso 100 million cubic feet of natural gas per day for a contract
period of 20 years at the initial price of 16 cents per 1,000 cubic
feet—this price to be escalated one penny for each five -years after
commencement of delivery." Price is at the well h«>ad.
He said the contract figures roughly to be worth $13,000 daily to
Equity, after payment of royalties.
And this figures out at a gross for the first year of operation at
16 cents per 1,000 cubic feet, or nearly $5,000,000 for the Salt Lake
L.

j.

Dougan,

independent.
Between

"25

field to develop

and

18

be erected in

30

drilled at the
cubic feet. . Equity has

wells" would probably have to be

the deliverability of 100 million
at Piceance Creek now.

producers
Not include1 in

some

contract i

the question of

the field for the extraction

a

gasohne plant to
Equity

of natural gas liquids.

ownership in these.
Mr. Dougan said the bulk of the gas for the contract would come
from developments in the Mesa Verde formation at around 9,000 feet
retains

Piceance

at
the

Creek

has a 100# interest in 89,823 acres,
of which is believed to be productive of

where Equity

"substantial percentage"

gas.

The
a

M°sa

Verde

gas

is

"wet," he added, meaning that
recovered in any gasoline plant. The

relatively

good amount of liquids could bo

Volume

187

Number 5745

.

.

The Commercial and Financial
Chronicle

.

(2333)
pltuit

would

treat

virtually all of the

100

million

cubic

feet

daily of

he noted:

gas.

(Such

plant

a

would

cost

There has been

estimated

an

according to authorities in the

natural

no

understanding or
dling of the liquids and the conditions
constructed
All

and

detailed
of

approval

for

their

the

provisions
by the FPC

contract

statement

a

to

to

.

remain

In

application
be

The

requesting

worked

out,"

Mr.

Ford

to evaluate these prob¬

necessary

lems and

contract for

than

the sale

likely.,"

Mr.

of

could be completed
said.

gas

Dougan

Other production

at Piceance

Creek

comes

this year

appears

/

from

the

Fort

of

its

affiliated

Piceance Creek

intent!,

Union

Pacific

by El Paso
Pipeline Corp. now

Northwest

area.

t>

for¬

serving

amount

sufficient

to

insure

has

The
gas

started
on

one

new

deliverability

in

of

million

100

This

cubic

See

is

is

completing

another

has

and

completion,

latest

Piceance
"from

Cr^e'-,

all

Verde,

v

Mr.

six

Dougan

miles

from
Draw

will

in

result

said.

(Salt

the

Fall

River Electric

Bond

Lake

No.

"Tribune"

of

production

1

wildca

producer"

from

May

at

which

.

the

Mesa

15.)—V.

168,

be

p.

Registers Proposed

—

This company filed a
registration statement with the SEC on May 16,
covering $3,000,000 of first mortgage and collateral trust
bonds,
due 1988, to be offered for

public sale at competitive bidding.

the net proceeds will be used to purchase at
par $1,110,000

principal amount of debenture bonds and $950,000
par value of common
of
Montaup Electric Co.
(which
latter company
is owned by

stock
Pall

River

and

two

other

Fall

River

also

will

obtain

to

EUA;

of

the

such

and

sale

of

prepayment

subsidiaries

funds,

the

in.

part

$900,000

of

its

a

to

be

are

proceeds to be

used

by

of

additional

bala.rce

applied

loans,

to

the

finance

sale

amounting
of

at $800,000

for

for

each

of

investment

tion

will

program
additional in

The

SEC

1958,

$2,060,000

in

1959.-

has

to

186,

be

issued

request

order

an

hearing

a

the

by

its

further the

to

debenture

installation

in

and

1960.

securities

of

complete its present construc¬
1958
(.see
above) and $2,000,000

interested

the

above

until

persons

bond

Signal Corp.—Acquisition— 7

June

Acquisition by this corporation of the Lackner Co. of
Cincinnati, Ohio,
producer of quantity illuminated plastic
displays, has been
by the Federal corporation.
F.

Feerer, Vice-President of Federal, stated that the
national

to

purchnse.

are

at

Production equipment and

Oliio

firm

Federal's
to

.some key personnel of the former
as a full department in Federal's
head¬
already the nation's largest electrical sign
facility.

a

suburb

Later

quantity

plastic display operation will be the first
depart¬
the
company's newly acquired plant now being

into

move

remodeled

and expanded

of

this

Chicago,

at

136th

where it

plastic division 'in

the

new South

The

is moving from

company

St. in Chicago in order to
Expressway.—V. 187, p. 1432,

Route

make

its

The

debentures

1,

tures

will

will be

redeemable

interest.

way

this

the

at

into

class

B

$2

stock

common

share. The

per

company's option at

to

the

company's

additional

financing,

proceeds

from

general

the

sale

funds.

of

The

the

accrued

special

emphasis,

where

debentures

of

deemed

will

intends

company

working capital for the expansion

with

its

to

current

cessors

since

Mr.

desirable

and

be

as

subsidiaries

is

engaged

is

almost

holding

a

entirely

company,

on

financially

and

through
placing

in

purchasing and
primary and secondary mortgages on real property, for the
purpose of
holding said mortgages to maturity and collecting the installments of
principal and interest.
CAPITALIZATION

GIVING

EFFECT

TO

PRESENT

will

Notes

payable

Class

A

creation

of

have

the

a

at

The

tions

of

bonds

the

from banks
are

Outstanding

phasis

on

rate

of

and

its

1959,

and

owned

the

at

are

of

Watnvatosa

corporation

to

subsidiaries

all

The

loans

corporation,
due five years after issuance

ending July 31,

1961.—V.

May 15 opened a new multi-million
plant at North Judson, Ind., to serve

company

on

producing

the

Mid-Western

the

building

The

new

area

and

to

187, p,

meet

the

located

only

80

southeast

of

miles

dollar

Insul-

Chicago

and

new

to

new

feet

North Judson

of

interior

yard area.—V. 187,

p.

plant,

floor

situated

space

with

on

a

30-acre

113,000

tract, has

square

feet

of

49,000
paved

1541.

Florida East Coast
Railway
Railway

oper.

revenue..

oper,

expenses.

operations

Net
—V.

ry.

oper.

187,

p.

income—.

the

for

company

announced

speed up

the

next

future

no

Net

Mohican

above

markets
The

than

paper

1894.

stores
The

11

name.

acquired

by

Grand

Newington,
Westerly, R. I.

Grand

Union

will

be

East
•

-

ore

in

Haven,

.)/

;

operating

Eastern

stores

Union

Bloomfield,

seventh is in

acquisition,

in

six

be

to

Hartford,

total

a

states, the District of Columbia and
Connecticut will bring to 25 the number
In that state.—V.
187, p. 2225.

in

1958—3 Mos.—1957

revenue—

$430,206

$396,509

$1,207,489

$1,171,669

oper.

expenses-

276,781

283,258

845,239

807,728

$153,425

$113,251

$362,250

$363,941

57,672

27,098

110,066

...

Net

yet.

as

RR.—Earnings—

1958—Month—1957

oper.

operations

way

several

plans

ry.

—V.

income

oper.

187,

;■

94,873

1649.

p.

Growth Industry Shares, Inc.—Asset Value
Up—
As of—

Net

May 20 announced
Development—which
and engineering facilities of all

New

research

on

for
of

Net

V.

the

swiftly-growing

which

to

up

industrial

three

years

Wis.

It

will

be

built

and

187,

The

ry.

$796,179

220,506

292,203

673,632

$69,753

$3,056

$117,547

Aircraft

Canadair

♦39,355

8,023

In

contract

G.

M.

the

DC-8.—V.

(B.
A

a

stream.
and

186,

by

7,496,683|

9,048,822

$2,394,019

new

made

man

An

459,496

for

in

program

supplier of

number

its

of

and

was

instruments
its

Oil
O.

does

tensile

rubber

associate.

Goodrich-Gulf
be

can

Semon.
not

It

and

controls

not

can

has

Preparation

Chemicals,

of

the

Inc.,

of

those

of

made

think

now

Semon

black

of

reinforcement

to

deuterio

said.

"Our

rubber

rubber.

that

Eventually,

rubber

a

this

of

commercial
that

be superior

may

type

to

be
however,

might

used for some very special purposes.
At present,
great value will be in helping scientists to'learn more about
properties of conventional rubbers."—V. 187, p. 1785.

sale

Grace

said

would,

Federal

with

United
be

a

be

new

States

the

Mr.

Grace

informed

cals

and

the

plant

bonds
of

Government.

toward

will

for

the

go

into

go

this

into

American

external

to

for

seven

These

commerce.

in¬

a

utility amphibian; the Gulfthe
Ag-Cat,
an
agricultural

boats,

trucks,

canoes,

trailers

would

be

the

in

that

the

Rosa

about

company's

group,

which

building development activitese;

by

interest

$21,000,000
and

the

Made

secured

and

Santa

June

above.—V. -187,

677.

p.

.

also

of

such

and

The

from

bids

$25,800,000
chemical

this
of

by

well has recently been drilled
12
It reporteoly is omy the second
well ever discovered in the Gulf

oil

was

a

mobile

new

offshore

the

potential

per

from the triple-producer
day.—187, pp. 2002 and 2117.

Bonds

—

year.

the

cap¬

$20,-

paper,

chemi¬

$28,700,000, for

steam¬

totals

Offered—Lehman

an

the

bonds,

Fenner

also

Smith

<fc

Stuart

&

Co.

4s,

as

received

were

bonds

will

106.70%
to

to

be

redeemable

at

Eastman

Dil-

regular redemption prices ranging

100%, and at special redemption prices receding from
plus accrued interest in each case.

Stock

common

share
syndicate

was

Offered—Public

offering of 240,000
(no par) at a price of $43.121/i>
on May 20 by an underwriting
managed by Merrill Lynch, Pierce,
stock

also made

jointly

Fenner & Smith and Lehman Brothers.
award of this issue on

May 19

The group won

its bid of $42,015 per

on

.

Competing bids

tional

Merrill

White, Weld & Co. .(jointly),
101.835; Stone & Webster Secu¬

100%,

Common

share.

from;

and

Inc.,

The

common

000,000

for

First

the

stock

common

Boston

Corp.,

offering

$41.67

were

share;

per

'submitted

Carl

M.

as

Loeb,

$41,475; and Stone & Webster Securities Corp., $41,425.
proceeds from the sale of the bonds and the addi¬

shares

short-term

will

be

due

notes

used

by

Sept.

the

23,

company

1958,

issued

to

pay

to

off

$16,-

finance

con¬

struction, and to provide funds to carry forward company's construction

and

other

corporate purposes.

BUSINESS—Company Is engaged in the business of generating,
tributing and selling electric
and

south

connected

central
and

Louisiana.

maintains

in

energy

The

an

area

company's

additional

in

of

power

with

communities
steam
La.

other

within

products

utilities.

electric

interconnections

their

business

Electric

territory.

and

sells

energy

The

system
for

is sold

company

natural

gas

in

dis¬

southeastern Texas

the

Paula

group,

platform

location.

Utilities C«.

for

Halsey,

shares of

by

securities

hole

drilling

that

headed

PROCEEDS—Net

mort¬

Santa

September,

includes

ship

first

are

Pierce,

program

insured

La.

rities Corp., 101.571; and Salomon Bros. & Hutzler and
lop, Union Securities & Co. (Jointly), 101.55999.

steamship
possible

oil

Leeviile,

The group won award of the issue at competitive
May 19 on a bid of 101.965%.

on

follows:

sources.

finance

summer.

principal

About
of

service

shareholders

would
South

cost

and

security

time

100%

of

which

expenditures

of

some

legislation,

ships,

400,000

type

offered

payment

used

subscription

of

jack-pot

States

101.919;

Grace & Co.—Plans Large Expenditures—

internal

currently producing

floor.

Lynch,

the

This company has set capital
expenditures this year at $71,900,000,
compared with $63,800,000 spent in 1957, J. Peter Grace,
President, told
shareholders on May 12.
The capital expenditures, Mr. Grace
said, will be financed by about
from

System, Inc.,

triple-producing

its

Rhoades & Co.,

$23,000,000

and

underwriting group which offered
May 20 $20,000,000 of 4% first mortgage bonds due
May 1, 1988 at 102.655% and accrued interest, to yield

re¬

high

indicates

wcrk

some

its

(W. R.)

is

military

cargo-passenger plane;
the WF-2 Tracer,
the FIIF-1- Tiger, a fighter; the F9F-8T,

on

rub¬

new

develop

having

as

preliminary

and

and

crude

Grumman

the

a

Jr., President of Dixilyn, said the three separate
profitable oil-producing sands were encountered at approxi¬
of 10.275 feet, 10,550 feet, and 11,300 feet beneath the

Brothers

in

Cleveland,

coast
or

on

per

Dr.

for

Boring,

3.85%.

vulcanized exactly like crude rubber, accord¬
good tensile qualities in pure gum stocks

carbon

interesting properties

many

to' carry
out
the
anti-sub
Navy carrier units as well as
anti-submarine weapon.

depths

Gulf

to

properties.

"We

with

Tracker,

Trader,

approximately 725 barrels

projects including the
jet aircraft,

gives

require

role.

with

Corp.

of

102.707o

Deuterio
and

the

Gas

the

Reports

commercial

company.
He reported that the material had been
the B. F. Goodrich Research Center by a team headed

by

required

land-based

a

triple-producing

tne

was

M.

this

sponsored

Grumman's

units.

G.

strata

943.

research

to

an¬

desig¬
S2F-1, an

Mexico.

Gulf

Canada.

missile

for

f

Other

Craig,

an

LeTourneau, Inc., ol Longvisv, Texas, designed and built the
platform, which in etfect is a 4,000-ton tnree-legged island.
It is
owned by Dixilyn Drilling Corp. of
Odessa, Texas, and is drilling for

1.

material, known as "deuterio rubber," was announced
recently by Dr. Waldo L. Semon, director of polymer

David

to

airplane,

Corp.—Unique Oil Well Discovery—

unusal
01

Drilling

accelerometer prod¬
in Canada,

new

ing to Dr.

ital

1,221,328

of

rubber, more "rubbery" than the natural product,
to help scientists find out why rubber has the

been

as

and
subsidiaries produce
containers.—V. 187, p. 1785.

three-in-one,

program

May

on

Ohio.

$3,126,283

418,534

announced

missiles

p.

of

fleet

executive ! transport;

Columbia

which

a

to

Gulf Oil

F.) Goodrich Co.—Produces New Rubber—

Dr.

ber

Is

with

Company

cargo

Gulf's

a

were

operational
units

TF-1

an

biplane.

missile

Co.

carrier-based

version

new

early-warning airplane;
fighter/trainer; the SA-16 Albatross,

mate

for

is

Reserve

the

w;ere selected by Canadair, licensee for Douglas

Thor

produced
properties it does.

the

$1,188,183

&

Co.

the

types of aircraft

selected

Giannini

a

.

new

an

the Giannini licensee in
Canada, Aviation
Montreal, for production of the Giannini designs. The
these products is approximately
$1,500,000.

Douglas Aircraft
Sparrow II and

Navy

contract

plane remain classified, Its predecessor,
first airplane designed tq .
detect, identify, track
submarines.
Prior, to its development two-plane

other

of

lor

The

16.

operational

the

enemy

addition

miles

President,

Sparrow

now

clude

♦18,611

also

Electric Ltd.

on

of

was

S2F-1

Naval

Giaiinini & Co., Inc.—Contract With Canadair

Co.'s

S2F-3

destroy

The

1649,

The Giannini designs

corporation an $11,642,577
anti-submarine
airplane, according

huiiter-killerf teams

$94,584

30,733

Putnam,

New

—

this

May
Tracker, is

details

S2F-1,

and

744,451

corporation's advanced designs of gyro and
have been adopted in the Sparrow II missile
H.

$15.14
sources.—

.

the

from rail¬

This

Donald

issued

aircraft

While

R.

ucts

624,913

from-capital

Engineering Corp.

awarded

futuristic

a

the

nated

$839,033

-

per-share

Gulf Interstate Gas Co.—May Be
Acquired—

$295,259

187, p.

cents

1958—3 Mos.—1957

$290,2o9

income

has

nouncement

See

1958—Month—1957

—_

71

•

expenscs_

oper.

(G. M.)

will

/ *$913,3.93

Navy

produce

owned

1542.

p.

of

Grumman Aircraft

Co.—Builds New Warehouse—

suburb),

*$13.72

distribution

$9,460,443

778,305
-*$12.88

Contract—

pri¬

was

812,039

186, p. 2049.

electronic

ago

!__

share

per

Mar. 31, '57

$11,143,280 $10,021,685

—

assets

"After

radio-TV

Mar. 31, *58 Dec. 31, '57

assets

Shares outstanding

Product

revenue-

"Deiicit.—V.

1958—3 Mos.—1957

3,221,801




better

are

Net revenue from rail-

its program of diversifica¬

electronics,

for

Instrument,

operations

way

$9,890,702 $12,175,105

2,515,795

981,192

operations

trading, manufacturing,

Co.—Acquires Mohican Markets—

Green Bay & Western

\

Milwaukee

(a

Railway oper.
Railway oper.

gages

2.001.

Latin-American

Period End. Mar. 31—

Georgia & Florida RR.—Earnings—

recent

Ry.—Earnings—

Net Revenue from rail¬
way

to

division

Period End. Mar. 31—

Mr.

1958—Month—1957
$3,429,188
$4,409,984

390

Railway
Railway

trucking will be through interior docks.
The building will
the entire
warehousing operation now conducted in seven multi¬
buildings,
Reuben Kritzik, Treasurer, said that the use
of the
facility will result in substantial economies and
improved service

program

Period End. Mar. 31—

Option

on

customers.—V.

65

southeast of Flintkote's big Chicago
Heights plant, will have an
capacity of 60,000 tons of Insulrock when it swings into full
production.
It is the third Insulrock
plant; other plants are located
in Linden, N. J. and
Richmond, Va.

The.

established operating divisions are
operations are snowing generally

of Grand Union food markets

house

story

it

annual

square

the

has

Merchandise

possibilities,"

Chicago and
steadily increasing demand for

miles

some

in

the

Canada.

on

stock,
Plan.—V. 187.

All

cars.

1649,

slab product.
plant,

SEC

111., and leased to GMC on a
occupancy is expected in June, 1959.
It will be served by a
private switchtrack entering the, northwest corner
for a distance sufficient to
permit the complete enclosure of six
freight

obliga¬

for

option of the

Flintkote Co.—Opens New
Producing Plant—
roek

the

common

by Klefstad Engineering Co. of Chicago,
long-term basis. Completion and

The

406,810 shs.
the

subordinated

are

wholly

guaranteed by the corporation, and

commencing Dec. 31,

subsidiaries

12%,

callable

are

Stocic

with
par

May - 20 announced that construction has begun on
529,000-square-foot one-story warehouse.
David Kritzik,
President,
stated
that
the
building will be constructed on a 33-acre site in

Germany

50,000 shs.

1,500,000 shs.
the

the

of

anti-sub

General

synthesized at

50,000 shs.

of

"all

p.

With

components, but whicn currently
has more than 30% of its
$40,000,000 volume in Industrial and mil¬
itary electronics, "is aiming for a sales breakdown of 60%
industrialmilitary and 40%
'entertainment'
by 1960," Mr. Benedek stated.—
V, 187, p. 1432.

search

corporation

with

government

products

General

570,000

and others,

company's

move

a

and

manufacturer

a

299,000

the

the

He

disposal
branches.

new

market."

marily

299,000

obligations

are

Registers

—

division, according to Board Chairman Martin H.
Benedek,
"will' apply Itself to all electronic
branches, but with particular em¬

series

banks^-^

interest at

Corp.

new

63,300

(par $lj____

bear

while

West
Milford and Stratford.

Co.—Hotpoint President Retires—

its

$266,950

(par $1»_

♦These

to

special

company's

63,300

common stock

Class B

and

to

that

Domestic

company is engaged in shipping,
cnemical operations.—V. 187,

Six

of

remain

industrial

$266,950

common stock

profits,

noted

year.

Connecticut,

a
registration statement
100,000 shares of its $2.50

corporation, in

in

series

Debentures—8%—1958

He

profit."

a

They will be operated under the Grand Union

2225.

p.

General Instrument Corp.—Forms
New Products Div.
This

has

FINANCING

Authorized

Bonds—12%Debentures—8%—1956

last

common

being operated by Mohican, it was announced on
May 19 by
Lansing P. Shield, Pvesident.
Acquisition of the seven markets will be effective on June
2, 1958.

Build—

filed

consultant.

a

use

realty.
corporation

187,

to

187, p. 2001.

tion

modernizing various

of

BUSINESS—The

per

This company has contracted with
The Mohican Co. of New
England,
to acquire seven supermarkets in Connecticut
and Rhode Island

July

Sharp

months

—V.

realty

advantageous,

purchasing customers' mortgage notes from reputable
strong companies in the business of improving and

types

Co.—Subsidiary
Transportation
With SEC—

Plan

Electric

after

deben¬

plus

par

less than

Inc.,

Co., a division of General
Electric, announced on May 20
retirement
of
John
C, Sharp,
President and General
Manager,
eifective May 31, 1958.
Mr. Sharp has held those
positions since May
12, 1952, and has been associated with
Hotpoint Co, and its prede¬
1, 1929.

principal amount.

:

PROCEEDS—Net
added

convertible

of

1958 at prices ranging from $1.40 to
be

17,143

*

Corp. of Delaware—Debentures
Offered—Gold, Weissman Co. of New York City on May
20 offered $299,000 of 8% convertible
subordinated de¬

Sept.

830,797

20,786

Hotpoint

Mortgage

bentures due May 22, 1968 at 100%

be

$1.90

or

The company on
May 9 filed a letter of notification -with the SEC
covering 15,500 shares of common stock (par $10) to be offered
at $15
per
share, without underwriting.
The proceeds are for capital and
surplus accounts.

Net revenue

Federated

495,914

4,49o

and

location.

new

201,860

5,190

The

Western Ave. in Blue Island, 111.,
be set up for immediate
production.
plant and general offices'will join the

present site at 8700 South State

would

year

is

inter¬

exchange

retail in 288

at
also

the

conducts

Baton

a

Rouge,

area.

EARNINGS—For

the

12

months

ended

Feb.

28,

1958,

the

-

that "

company on May 12 liled a letter of
notification with the SEC
covering an estimated 6,750 shares of common
stock (par $2.50) to be
purchased on the open market
by trustees under the company's Stock
Purchase Plan.—V.
178, p. 2476.

will

Federal's entire

year,

for the city's

regional
point-of-

being combined

quarters at Chicago,
ment

would

move

and

identification

said.

at

Grand Union

a

40-year-old

Don

122,478

above.—V.

pursuant

The company

*

announced

permit a major extension of Federal's service
advertisers
requiring illuminated product

the

$8,790,649,

but

Great West Insurance Co., South Sioux
City, Neb.—
Files With Securities ahd
Exchange Commission-—

.■'*/

Federal Sign &

of

earned

708,319

78,002

financing proposal.

1628.

p.

1959,

River

to

giving

upon

1958,

years

Fall

$1,500,000

profits,

Files With SEC

stock

the proceeds
River to the

of

Fall

by

bank

Montaup from

1958 will be used

requirements

417,912

38,Jo9

2001.

will

Montaup in order to enable the latter

4,

sale

the

be

about

year's

Associates).

100,000 kilowatt generating unit in its Somerset
Station, expected
placed in service in 1959. Fall River's construction
expenditures

estimated

Cash

—V.

the

witi

will

Utilities

•

bonus and stock in
of

Eastern

short-term

$2,050,000.
The

of

from

together

.

bonds,

new

Corp.

covering

issued

months

the

The

the

1958,

Grace

last

18,260

163,491

American

General

Light Co.

Offering With SEC—

A part of

lower

5,276

General Crude Oil Co.,
Houston, Tex

nearest

Unit

good

a

G45.

p.

128,605

] 1,599

98,310

Sulphur

1958

and

program,

predict

now

corporation

May 16,
to

Standard

-

indications

42,755

3,688

_/

Chemetron

TUe

let

Creek, Mr. Dougan told shareholders.
The

trucks

;

Stock Option

"farm outs" of prospective oil and
Intermountain West other than Piceance

the

27,233

1,216

feet

number of

of

areas

and

Freeport
bil¬

750

,

company plans a

acreages

operating

2001.

General

well,

third.

a

561,454

the

daily to El Paso, he said.

contract

358,282

and

:

six

then

company

to

"First quarter results of the
company . . _ are customarily either the
or
near the
lowest quarter of the year in sales
and profits,".

132,520

18,079

p.

first

early

share.

Mr.

80,231

cars

The

year.

too

was

lowest

carjj.

187,

it

earnings for the

■*

•

said

1958—4 Mos.—1957

"

1,949

Total

Equity is speeding up its wildcat and development program at Piceance
Creek in anticipation of the completion of
contracts with El Paso.
The

firm

■

which reflects the replacement
general business group.

the

He

.

Dougan said it is estimated that Equity has more than
lion cubic feet proved reserves of
gas at Piceance Creek now.
of gas

lor

during

1958—Month—1957

Trucks

—V.

ships,

trucks

in

69,314
7,752'

Total

•

the sys¬

on

Mr.

an

a

•

;

Tractor
utilized

follows:

Lincoln

n.

would be

gas

breakdown

passenger

Edsel

Equity and El Paso at this juncture is in the
o.

Presumably the natural
tem

for

were

more

mation, which is relatively shallow.
The agreement between
form of a memoraauua

units,

tractors

Mercury

the preparation of a formal contract are under
way.
In view
these developments, the
hope expressed by your management that a

of

5,190

Period End. April 30—

shareholders.

engineering and legal studies

Thunderbird

addition,

and

April production
four-month total of
12,260.
produced in April for a total of

20,786 to date in 1958.

.

to

4,596

were

Output Declines—

company produced 98,310
passenger
cars
a
year-to-date total of 495,914.
Included

April for

which

the

and

Ford Motor Co.
(Mich.)—Car
The

$2,500,000,

business.)

relating to the han¬
a
gas plant will bo

agreement
under

extraction.

contractual

Dougan said in
'"The

operated

$2,000,000
transmission

gas

5

company

*

Financial Chronicle

Commercial and

The

6

.

.

.

Monday, May 26, ^58-

(2334)

equivalent

524 675,

series

series

3%

due

due

3Va %

1983—-—10,000,000
1986 s~.~.
———
15,000,000
4Ta% series due 1987——17,000,000
4% series due 1988-.-—----20,000,000
3% debentures due Jan. 1, 1969.15,000,000
$100

cumulative,

stock

Preferred

(issuable in series (:
$4.40 dividend preferred

In

par

which
limit

such

within

shs.
shs.
shs.
shs.
shs.

stock—120,000
50,000
60.000
70,000
50,000
75,000

v a

PURCHASERS —The

to'purchase

Brothers

Lehman

Robert

Baird

W.

Co., Inc.

Corp.

Richards

Hill

110.000
440,000
1,000,000

Corp.--

Harold

165,000

purchasers named below
from the company the following
The

v.

Shares

.

Co.—

11,000

Bell

Co

Co.

2,000

6,000

Model, Roland
Mullaney

<fc Stone
Wells & Co.

Raqd As Co
—
Squudors, Stiver & Co.Stern, Frank, Meyer <fc

Cook

Newhard,

4,500
4,500
4,500

Co.-j.
Co.Co..

&

Ryons

Irving Lundborg <te

&

Fox

2,000

—

2,000

aecelerometers was

Development of a new series of high-temperature
by this corporation 011 May 22.
as- the
Glennite AXT-Series,
these high

generating aecelerometers features the use of bender type piezoelectric
construction,
which provides superior performance in low acoustic
extremely small size, lightweight ancl high frequency re¬

due

debentures

will

ment

at

Glennite

The

AXT-Series

includes

instruments

tridlrectlonal measurements.—V.

ancl

187,

for

■

Sales

last

66%-

a

The

increase.

share

was

stock

the

time

that

loss

net

* v

Commenting on this year's earning
that,
"Notwithstanding
the
generally
in the automobile industry, we expect
of

shown

a

sales

company's

The

year.

prospects,

substantially

year

are

—V.

187,

.Mr.

the first three months of the current
than for the same months of 1957 "

for

greater

■

The

Pierce,

a

letter

of

notification

with

working capital.

Th

'

-

at

new

White,

will

Lynch,

the

of

option

the

The

company

for those redeemed

i959, to 100% for those redeemed

on or after May 2,
redemption prices ranging from 102.66%. for
those redeemed prior to May 2, 1959, to 100% for those redeemed on
or after
May 2, 1987.
'•
r!
1987;

and

/
1

.

Trust

.

PROCEEDS—Net

from

proceeds

the

sale

of

the

bonds

are

to

new

construction.

during

1958-60

t

The

Securities

has

15

Mhy

respect

a

Exchange

an

order

registration

from

to

and

issued

exemption

Commission,

temporarily
under

the

proposed public offering

it

of stock

announced

was

suspending

Securities

by

a

Act

on

Regulation
1933

of

A

with

this corporation.

ing

Commission's

circular

facts.

false

is

order

The

suspension

on
the question
permanent.

and

provides

whether

order

asserts

misleading
an

the

in

the

respect

opportunity
suspension

that

of

company's offer¬
various
material

for

hearing, upon
should be vacated

request,
or

in

1958,

distribution

materially
transfer

of
of

the

promoters,

and

gas

the

to

consideration

the

company,

received

the

cost

by
to

them
the

for
pro¬

properties so transferred, the value and productivity of
the extent of oil
reserves
on
the
properties,
the
reference to "new" techniques for oil recovery, the adequacy of the
company's financial statement, and the failure to disclose that the

moters
the

of

and

estimated

the

properties,




company's

construction

,

*

to

be

engaged primarily in the generation, trans¬
sale of electric energy and the distribution
Electric service at retail is supplied

total
in

1956.

operating

revenues

4

of

revenues

$82,268,629

of

the

and net

in - 1957
compared with

below have

severally

agreed

•

''

i

Settled—Shares
*

|

an

were returned to Kaiser Industries <
the McEachern stockholders.—V. 186,..

in escrow, 113,107 shares
the remainder distributed to
'

This

May

on

Bancorporation,

17

by

and
Jack
Steel.

W.

substantial investment in stock of
of Phoenix, Ariz., it was jointly Bimson, President of the Arizona
Ashby,
Vice-President and General*

L.

R.

Manager of Kaiser
As
4

a

'y,

-

Corp.—Acquires Stock Interest in Allison

corporation -has made a
Steel
Manufacturing Co.

announced
'

named

to

1848.

Allison

,

purchasers

-

Kaiser Steel

CAPITALIZATION—Giving

PURCHASERS—The

and
p.

company

effect to the sale of the new bonds,
capitalization of the company consists of $176,120,000 in long-term
debt;
980,000
shares of
cumulative preferred stock, par $50;
and
6,420,000 shares of common stock par $15.

'

Investment

placed
>

income of $14,145,330

,

'

,

^

population

$87,132,725 and net income to $14,599,192,

operating

*

Industries Corp.^— Litigation

agreement between the stockholders of J. A. Mc«
CO./ and Kaiser Industries Corp. entered into at
the time of the merger of J. A. McEachern Investment Co., into Kaiser ;
Industries on May 28,
1957, 166,099 shares of the common stock of '
Kaiser
Industries
issued to the McEachern stockholders under the
terms of the merger .were placed in escrow pending final disposition :
of certain litigation.
The litigation has been settled and Kaiser In? %
dustries Corp.'s share of the settlement and its expenses in connection *
therewith have been paid and of the 166,099 shares of common stock ;
Pursuant

Eachern

program

in Illinois.

aggregate

EARNINGS—Total

leases

the

made

to

oil

of

of 880,000 in 290 incorporated
municipalities and adjacent suburban and rural areas and at whole¬
sale for resale to five municipalities, 14 rural .cooperative associations
and seven other electric utilities.
The company supplies natural gas
service at retail to 64 incorporated municipalities having an estimated
population of 680,000.
an

amounted to

interests

'cost

and sale of natural gas

s

the Commission's order, Hart Oil's offering circular is
false and misleading in various particulars, including the

According

The

is estimated at. $99,000,000,
with $35,000,000
$35,000,000 in 1959 and $29,000,000 in 1960.

BUSINESS—Company is
mission,
to

In its Regulation A notification, filed April 11, 1958, Hart Oil pro¬
posed the public offering of 1,000,000 common shares at 25c per share

The

spent

. f.

for redemption

called

Distributed^.

;
'

3.73% . the 195T; ;

Redemption—

Utilities Co.—Partial

4

bank

Hart Oil Corp., Seattle, Wash.—Stock Offering Tem¬
porarily Suspended—

Co.,

Kaiser

/

be

applied first to the payment of approximately $9,000,000 in short-term
loans incurred for financing construction,
and the balance to

of $34,946,364 exceeded by
$33,688,480.—V. 187, p. 574.

on June 1, 1958, for the
its first mortgage 53,4% ' bonds,., »
will be made at the Northern t
Chicago, 111., or at the Chemical Corn Exchange Bank, 165
New York 15, N. Y.—V. 186, p. 944.
'
*'
has

company

Broadway,

,.

,4

:

account of the sinking fund, $50,000 of
due Aug. 1, 1987 at 100.71%'.
Payment

special

at

quarter

Iowa Southern

*.
at

redeemable

be

v •

April 19, 1958 > were

first quarter (16 weeks ended

net sales
first quarter net sales of

Halsey,

were received from
Weld & Co. and Merrill

also as 4s,

general redemption prices ranging from 106.66%

prior to May 2,

of

1958

101.6299;

(jointly), 101.2199.

bonds

on

April 17 reported net profit in the first three
$2,274,138, equal to 74 cents a share. In the first
quarter of 1957, net profit was $3,118,107, equal to $1.01 a share
Federal income tax provision during the three months just ended
was $643,900 and charges for depreciation, depletion, amortization and
development were $202,158.—V. 187, p. 988.
of

bonds,

the

Inc.,

Forgan & Co.

Hanna Co.—Reports Lower Profits—

company

Earnings for the

,

3.73% Gain—•-

or
85 cents per share on 956,713 shares, compared with
$1,039,082, or 97 cents a share, for the corresponding period last year,
it was reported on May 14 by R. L. Nafziger, Board Chairman. , »
•

Fenner.

•The

months

for

Co.

&

See also V. 187, p. 2117.

Bakeries Corp.—Sales Show

$927,674

.

& Smith (jointly), 101.6099; Eastman * Dillon, Union
Securities & Co.,,10L579, and Rarriman Ripley. &.Co.;Inc., and Glore,

SEC

(M. A.)

bids

.Other
Stuart

filed

12

May

sold.

May

due

Interstate

First

the

en

debentures have been

.

Illinois Power Co. first mortgage bonds,
4% series due May 1, 1988, at a price of 102.655% and
accrued interest to yield 3.85% to maturity. The group
was awarded the issue at competitive sale May 20 on a

covering 50,000 shares of common stock to be offered at $1 per
share.
No underwriting is involved.
The proceeds are to be used for

corporation

subscribed* :
the rate of
$100 principal amount of debentures for each 25 shares '
of capital stock held on May 6, 1958. Subscription rights '
expired May 21, 1958. Kuhn, Loeb & Co., managing .
underwriter on May 22 announced that the unsubscribed
15, 1983 was 95.36%
been offered at par at

$25,000,000

bid of 101.92%.

Handicapped Industries, Inc.—Files With SEC

Telegraph Corp.—Offering
corporation's offering to stock-; '
$28,692,000 of 4%% convertible subordinated,

These debentures had

issue

an

new

debentures
.'

'

publicly

are

a

holders of

Offered—The First Boston

Corp. and associates on May 21 offered
of

1314.

p.

'

Holdings Ltd.—Probable Merger—

International Telephone &

186, p. 2050.

2467.

below,—V, 167, p.

Holdings Ltd.,

International

Illinois Power Co.—Bonds

Hirsch stated
depressed 'state
of business
that 1958 will prove to be a
substantial earnings for the company. The
company
has
profit during each of the first three months of the current

.

year

See

.',

95.36%" Subscribed—This

$457,385.

was

>

oc
this corporation and of Hydro-Electric Securities *
considering the possibility of merging the two companies
Ainericar>. investment company formed for that purpose.
Such a step would not result in any materia^ change in. the type
)
of
business
carried
on,
but it would allow investment" in Canada
which is not now permitted under the Canadian Companies' present
tax status:—V. 156, p. 163.
•
"V
,,'j. *

into

is in process of "regis¬

Securities Corp.—Probable Merger—

Hydro-Electric

company's earnings were the highest since the present manage¬
headed by Mr, Hirsch, took. working control early in
1954.

The

At

•

directors

The

Corp.,

to

1956, equal to $1.86 per share as against 62.5 cents in 1956.
ment,

" " '

••'*'

.

Lauderdale,

withdrawn last year.—V.

"

•

-

International

the SEC 50,000 shares of common stock
(par $li to be
offered to agents only as a sales incentive at a cost of $5 per share.
The issue of
116,366 shares which were to have been otfered to
$6 per

memories: The new Research Center will alsb
being carried out at other'locations—in the-,;
computers to such projects as the automatic trans¬
languages and abstraction of .technical, articles into onecore

studies—now'

"

with

stockholders at

of

the new center will be the largest single IBM
laboratory,-?and" will be administrative headquarters for other
laboratories
in New
York City, San Jose, California, % and Zurich,
Switzerland., Present temporary ,headquarters, are, in. the
town of
Cortlandt, N. Y.-^-Vr 187, ' p. 2226. '
* •/
' " '
' ; ,
research

•'

'.v

r'

"/

completed,

When

V

common

Fort

announced on May 20,

it was

company,

tering

totaled $9,000,000 as against $5,000,000 in
1956,
Net profits were $589,931
as
against $197,138 in

year

A

Co.,

Insurance

Life

Owners

Home

class

1958.—V. 187, p. 45'.ty'l'f

Plans New

—

/

May 21

on

paragraph' digests.

•

Fla.—Offering to Stockholders Withdrawn—

reported
on
April
30
that
this
company's
1957
earnings
were
three times higher than those of
the previous year
and that sales rose to the highest level in the
company's 49-year history.
President,

Hirsch,

D.

into

converted

be

may

and including June 26,

:

(C. M.) Hall Lamp Co.—Triples Earnings in 1957—
Harry

debentures

The

unidirec¬

both

2117.

p.

of

lation

at 1-00%
plus accrued, interest. 'Pay¬
branch in Canada of the Canadian Bank of
'
r-;

any

sponse.

.

application of IBM

1971

15,

Dec.

be made

Commerce.

.

'

J

for'construction

magnetic

and

account

sensitivity,

tional

"

»'

corporation has called for redemption on June 27, next, for theof the sinking fund, $109,500 of its 5%%
secured convertible

The

self-

temperature,

2757.

announced that, it haS , approved final- ,
its Research Center at Yorktown, N. Y.
Construction will begin in the Spring of 1959.
The ceritcf, comprisiftg a 450,000 square fool,,.two-story building, will be.©recced on a 224-acre.
site purchased by IBM last year.
\
. v,.
-• • •
v I ,
The research
to be'conduc ted at the new center covers a broad
range.
Much of it will be in solid state physics, dealing with the-*'ferro-magnetic substances. which are eliminating vacuum and cathode ,
ray tubes in electronic computers and replacing them, with transistors
corporation

This

plans

($1
be used for
oil and. gas

Co., Ltd.—Partial Redemption—v

Home Oil

announced

Known

'

properties.—V. 187, p. 45.

Development

Center—

Research

transient pas-

share), without underwriting.
The proceeds are to
expenses incidental to acquiring, exploring and developing

187, p. 2002.

Gulton Industries, Inc.—Announces New

will

be offered .at par

of common stock to

shares

covering 31,410

SEC

*

^

*

Privately—The

Business Machines Corp.

Inter national

it is anticipated that our
margins.'.'—V, 187, p. 2002.

per

'J'

'

*

-•

.

April 28, 1959.—V. 186, p.

will dispose of vehicles
from such disposition
'
- . .
:

that, "with the corporation's fleet of

'

•

"

Hill-Valentine Oil Co., Inc., Edgemont, S. D.—Files—
The corporation on May
19 filed a letter of notification with the

j

1

4

coordinate

2,000

Corp.

we

profits

will create

which

-

Mr. Jacobs added

-

—V.

normal condition when

more

losses."

than

cars now in balance with demand,
operating profits will also return to normal

2,000

Securities

Carolan, President of

has arranged to place privately, through White,$3,000,000 of first mortgage bonds, series C,
: due May 1, 1978, it was announced on May 20, 1958.
Of «
-these
bonds,
$1,000,000 will not be delivered until

market.

program
we
will adopt measures which
of any recurrence of these conditions,

sengtr

,

-iw-

i

-

Stetson

the

to

2,000

4,500

Lane,

effect

the

circumstances

2,000

Norfolk

replacement

rather

of

Corp.

have been the case in a normal

would

under

2,000

4,500

&
Inc.-

Co.

&

——

Co.——.110,000
110,000

Weld & Co.,

vehicles were sold, we experienced losses as contrasted with
profits in previous periods.
Although these vehicle losses cannot be
termed 'non-recurring losses,'
in our future planning and handling

return

2,000

Investment

Corp.

Lester,

Inc.

165,000
.110,000

Co.--—>—

&

Marx &
McKelvy & Co

Hugo

company

"Currently

2,000

6,000

—

Dain

Space

1

Hanrahan

220,000

&

Inc.—2—_—

Intermountain Gas Co.—Bonds Placed

there appears to be a firming-up and improvement in
the
used-car market.
Wo do not anticipate any further dosses on
vehicle sales for the year 1958, but rather we look toward a gradual

Corp.

Michigan

Johnson,

The

Turner,

»

to

2,000

Inc.—

Co,

V-'r-— ■'>

Whiteside

Winslow,

A.

*

proportionately

minimize

Guerin At

Eppler,

Tyson

•

Chace,

t ■

Boston, Inc.—New Directors—
the Union Savings Bank of Boston,

Fund of

George

■

increase

not

did

2,000

Co.——_

<te

&

Dittmar

T

.

"When

of" our

.;

2,000

—

6,000

Granbery, Maraclic
M.

Co

&

—

Redpath

Co.

&

4,500

Lerchen & Co.
Hough, Inc.——

Davenport

11,000
<fc

Parker

4,500

Branch, Cabell & Co.—

Jackson

——

of

Watling,

11,000

Auchineloss,

Co.—_

&

1

areas.

volume

consequence,

a

longer than
"V
■'

Bioren

—

Paine, Webber,
& Curtis

4,500
&

4,500

Bros.

Sutro

Marks

M.

Laurence

—

&

Stone

Hornblower &

"As

4,500

Weeks—

&

—

B.

William

•

2002.

p.

Income

•--% ■'

operating expenses, especially the depreciation on revenue earning
equipment just mentioned.
The suclden deterioration of the used-car
market, coincident with the economic recession, impeded the taking'
of, immediate remedial measures.
Conditions in the used-car market
were
such
that
the disposal of surplus and replaced vehicles took

_

Staats & Co.

William R.

—

Hayden,

J.

Scranton

W.

Chas,

those

materialized, in

that

-

4,500

.

Reinholdt <fe Gardner

11,000
11,000
11,000

Corp.

Hallgarten

Co._

Northwest

Securities

Equitable

110,000

Shares

40,250
40,250

Lehman "Brothers,.-,—

220,000

-

Co._

&

•

Pacific

Lynch, Pierce,
Fenner <fc Smith

First

1—
Wood

E.

haw severally agreed to purchase
numbers of shares of common stock:

Merrill

&

Cartwriglit

Co.

&

440.000

220,000

Co..

&

Simon

M.

'

1,500,000

Curtis

&

Swency

Co.

&

Jones

D.

330,000

Co._

Webber, Jackson

Paine,
I.

&

Northwest

Pacific

440,000

&

Share Corp.
Edward

550,000

330,000

Co

&

Co.—
Indianapolis Bond &
Hogle

A.

J.

220,000

Co.

Wells

Mullaney,

Economic Re-

Co

187,

220,000

Co.—

i

110,000

—

Mid-South Securities Co.

Co

&

330,000

Dallas

Corp.

&

Ferris
—V.

&

Suplee. Yeatman, / ;
;
,
Mosley Co. Inc.:—! 220,000
Townseiid, Dabney & r .r.' .

275.000
275,000

.

Co

& Co

Carl McGlone & Co., Inc.

275,000

Inc

Co..

Bros.

"

2,500.000

——

Inc.—-

Co,

&

Metropolian

220,000

—

-

Securities

Haupt

Ira

LOewl

110,000

Securities

First Fidelity

Co.

&

2,000,000
1,5/0,000

—

Co.—

"

Thalmann

Ladenburg,

550,000

—

Ellis, Holyoke & Co. —
T. J. Feibleman & Co._

First

4

Co.—'—

Kohlmcyer &

——.

&

>

$165,000
110,000

John B. Joyce & Co.—

$6,330,000

&

Baxter & Co.—

Drexel

company

—

&

&

Starkweather

Schmertz

Cunningham,

V

J

Co..—Securities Corp.

Clayton

275,000
275.000
275,000
220.000

i.

Rippel

Watts &

Baker,

O'Connell & Co.,

•

>

below:

forth

275,000

Kreeger &

Inc.

McLaughlin, formerly a director of the Investment
Walter L. Jacobs, President, on May 19 announced that he expected
Adviser, have been elected to the board of directors of this Fund.
Ilcrtz to attain a 25%
increase in volume to the $100,000,000 level this
Karl E. Weiss, President of the Arlington National Bank, also was
:
year despite the economic recession.
elected a director of the Investment Adviser to the Fund, Boston Adi
Mr. Jacobs also said he expected the Hertz board of directors to
ministrative & Research Co., Inc.
' ;
•
.,
V.
declare the
regular 30-cent cash dividend for the second quarter.
Mr.
Carolan is p.iso a tmsoee for private trusts and an executive
,
when the board meets June 5.
.'
>
officer and director of well-known corporations, t He is a trustee of
,
He pointed out that Hertz revenues in the first quarter of the year
New England Gas & Electric-Association; a director of Eastern Massa-'
were 16%
over the corresponding peeriod last year, notwithstanding the
chusetts S< reet Ry.
Co. and Union Freight RR. Co.; Secretary and
unseasonable weather and economic conditions.
Treasurer of Massachusetts Port Authority; and Chairman of the.Board
;
"Therefore, I believe
that, unless the current business recession
of Commissioners of Sinking Funds of the City of Boston. .
;
.
becomes
more severe,
my forecast,
made in January this year, of
Mr
McLaughlin is also senior partner of McLaughlin Bros., a trustee-, ;
$100,000,000 revenues for the year 1958 should be attained," he said.
for substantial trust funds and an executive officer and director of
■
Hertz 1957 rcveneus were $80,698,637.
well-known corporations.
He is Chairman of the board of directors of
Mr" Jacobs tolcl stockholders that the first quarter revenue increase
C. J.
Maney Co., Inc.; President, Treasurer, and a director, National
of $3,000,000 was approximately $1,000,000
less than anticipated "in
Dock & Storage Warehouse Co.; a director of the Armstrong Co.; and %
the planning of our vehicle fleets, our facilities ancl our personnel."
trustee of The Codman Trust and The National Dock Trust.
In addition to being President of the Arlington National Bank, Mr.
"We took $1,000,000
more
depreciation on our vehicle fleets this
; Wdiss is the President, .Treasurer and a director of New England Lead
year than we had for the corresponding period of the pervious year,"
Burning Co., Inc., New England Lead Burning Corp., Industrial Linings,
he.said.
"Thus increased depreciation aosorbed a considerably greater
Inc., and California Lead Burning Co., Inc.
These lead-burning com-,
portion of the revenue increase than would have been normal. "■
panics are the largest fabricators of lead and thermoplastic materials
"Prolonged unseasonable weather, primarily in the southern resort
in the United States, consisting of installations in chemical and muni-- ■
areas, which normally provide a substantial portion of your corpora¬
tions plants, for the Atomic Energy Commission, for atomic reactors,
tion's profitable operations in January, February and March, resulted
and in other fields related to corrosion resistance and protection from
in'too large a fleet of vehicles on hand for the volume of business
atomic radiation.—V. 187, p. 2117. ;
'
•

..

named below have severally agreed
the respective principal amounts of

purcnasers

the

from

set

bonds

new

Hewitt

Bodine

&
&

'

440,000
440,000
,440,000
275,000

—

Corp.—

Securities

and

•v

bonds of any series
to the terms of said
supplemented and modified,

as

275,000
275,000
275,000

Homer

1,100.069

Newhard. Cook & Co._—

31 cents,

were

year

/;■'

cession—

•

this

Volume Predicted Despite

1958

Record

/

„

Co.

decline in the \ used car
year.
Net income for the

cents in 1957.

compared with 52

Inc._—

Sutro

Co.,
1—

&

Baird

W.
-

First

President, told stock¬

Walter L. Jacobs,

1957,

in

that unseasonable weather and a
affected first quarter earnings this

quarter last year was $1,042,411,
Per
share, earnings for the
first quarter

provide for the issuance of
from time to time pursuant

Mortgage,

of

period

same

market

*

resolution

the

holders

Co.——

Co.

Jones,

Granbery, Marache &

corporation on May 16 reported revenues of $21,771,094 and
and net income of $647,509 for the first quarter of 1958.
While revenues for the quarter increased over the total of $18,848,400

%

Southwest

Gairdner

1,500,000

The

J20.000 slis.
50,000 shs.
60.000 shs.
$4.20
70,000 shs.
$4.44
50,000 shs.
$5.00
sas.
75,000 shs.
Com. stock (no par or
6,250,000 shs.
4,761,832 shs.
Authorized by the Indenture of Mortgage of the company dated
Sept. 1, 1926, as supplemented and modified, and by stockholders'
Indenture

Struthers & Co.—

Wood.
Robert
Inc.

11,850,000

stock—__
1949 ser.
stock——
stock___—
stock-—
stated value)—

$4.40

$0.09

Corp.—Quarter Revenues Up—

Hertz

principal

& Townsend,

Crouter
First

1,500,000
1,500.000
1,500,000

Co._

&

Hayden,

first

dividend preferred
div. preferred stk.,
dividend preferred
dividend preferred
dividend preferred

$4 50

$0.08

—

Stone & Co.—_
Spencer Trask <fc Co—_

Hallgarten

$96,035
1,055,700

$82,591

185, p. 2019.

—V.

13,000,000
10,000,000
10,000,000
10,000,000
15,000,000
17,000,000
20,000,000

1980—.-..^—.—13,000,000
1981
———•—10,000,000
1982_i—
10,000,000

series due
series due
series due
333'* series due
4%% series due

2%%
33,a %

„

Common

1957

■

1,055,700

after

profit

Earnings

10,000,000

10,000.000

1979———---

Net

27,000,000
12.000,000

respective

following

DeHaven

—

1958

31—
taxes—
shares outstanding—1
per common share.—

Months E"nded March

Three

200,000,000
28,000.000
12,000,000

(issuable in series i
1976
series due 1978-.—.
mtge*. bds.

the

company

Corp._S6,180,000
Goldman, Sachs & Co.— 2,000,000
Lehman Brothers
2.000,000
Wertheim & Co
2.000,00u
Boston

First

The

Manufacturing Ce.—Earnings—

Hastings

$

$

the

from

of bonds:

amount

187,

V.

—

purchase

to

reasonable

materially in excess of the
owned by - the company.

is

properties

the

of

1894.

p.

Outstanding

Authorized

2^8%

value

EFFECT TO PRESENT FINANCING

CAPITALIZATION GIVING

•First

price

market

stock

the

of

offering

net income of $11,-

revenues of 362,954,085 and
to $2.25 per common share.

total operating

had

.Tesult

of

the

transaction,

.

which

involved the

Bancorporation of both common stock and preferred
Steel, Kaiser Steel will hold approximately 45%
of
of the company.
The sale involved only a portion of

.

.

..

—

sale by Arizona
stock, of Allison !
the voting stock Arizona Bancor-

Volume .187

Number

5745

.

The Cornmercial and Financial
Chronicle

.

.

(2335)
poratlon's

holdings,

stock "in

Allison.

neighborhood

{ Allison
produces

to

disclosed

was

retain

that

the

,

and

common

sale

price

preferred
was
in
the

.

Link-Belt .Co.—Registers Stock Plan—

for

variety

of

cars
and tanks.
Allison
and employs betweeit 400

specialized

Steel
and

steel

operates

500

products,

17-acre

a

people.—V.

1958,

including mine
Phoenix,

—V.

plantain

187,

1895.

p.-

.

.

Construction

of

series

.a

of

antenna

systems

375-mile

R

network,

will soon-be in ,operation
of Misiuata and
Benghazi, with a
to

Donald S.
In

and

to -the

-

will

Power

Undei

the

Shares

No.

•"•'••'A

r>

assets_____:

"

1.

.,

ij&U 1958

-A ■>>•

•„

authorization

Lone

stations

.'.X{

Asset
—V.

value

186,

6,522

2051.

p.

west

T,030,181

Keystone Fund

v

75 AS of March 31— ■>
As of March31—7

of

,,
>
v

■

Canada, Ltd.—Assets;-Etc.
;

>v

-

,

.

.
»

--

t

"ilSfsS

shareholders,

•

-

6,522

Asset/value

per share
•—V. 186, p. 2051.

eomlnon

.

acquisition by this company
negotiated by Loewi & Co., of

of

•{,{

Milwaukee,

May 20.—V. 187,;

2226

p.

.

Ka-Mo

^

stock

Wis., it

">•;

has

been,

announced

~

»•.

on

: The

:

«««

:

M-

"-leading

of

'

electronic controls,
instruments, ;^and heat-treating v
Occupancy of the building is scheduled for
ipid-1959. , .
The" 65,000 square foot
building will be located near one edge of the
company's, tract, with a frontage of about 525
";feet ; facing " from a 1
distance toward the L&N
automatic-controls plant completed in 1956.-

bring the

400,000 square

haa.tai,,

p'.-

■■

which

space

erected

now

is

approximately as
offices and plants-at

headquarters

The

sale

tract to

the

on

much'

share, with
was

too

x-.

the

as

subscribed

"

of

the

to

from

*

sale

the

Deficit/—V.

187,

them

in

the

begin

the

Gross

Months

Ended March

Bridgeport

construction

Greater

a

sales______—_____—

Profit
before
Provision for

income
State

^

taxes

:

income

profit__

$3,486,356

This

$407,504
*
122,289

$758,548

Lehigh Valley

2076.

:

•

■

r-T

-

Period End. Mar. 31—

expenses!'

dollar

volume

ry.

.'4;.;'• 'f
*

sold

187,

$800,384

*539,339

104,186

$57,911$2,160,226
*2,062,447:
69,073

*.

Th;e corporation has franchised 1,623 new dealers
>for; its vacuum
Cleaner line during the last, three
months, bringing the dotal well over
10,000 in the United States and
Canada, it was announced on April 28
T>y Henry Dorff, Vice-President. '
•
three

of its

months

efforts

©ales
•

result

a

came

said

to

dealer

period

build

a

charts pointing

drive,

of

a

bigger

Lewyt's

year

to 15,000 by

sales

ago,

dealer

$5

to

would ..be

the end of

the

Mr.

l

■

Charles Delmar, Chairman of the
Board,
.the directors have declared a 20%

per

unit.

the

stock

board

share

record

;Vln

declared

May
is

-

this

to

arranged
shares

is

the

of

37 V2

are

25

which

he

payable

third

the

the

Delme.r

into

-

has

Mr.

regular

regular

at the $1
consecutive

June

at

quarterly, dividend

months

annual

rate.

the

year

corporation

of

the

at

;

four-for-one

in

total

a

and

it

.

declared

as

a

,

,

the eight year period.
,
corporation .maintains executive offices in
the Woodward Build¬
ing and operates inv excess of 100
consumer finance offices in
10 states.
•—V. 184, p.' 1914.
.




.

Net sales for

/shares of class

&

the

compared with
The net income

long

value

of

gain

$10.14.

distribution

$10.31

to

$10.93

March

share,
31,

per

on

of

March

A

shares

of

the

trust

exceeded

redemp-

the

months

and common

ended
the

-

corresponding period
a

share

stock outstanding at March
or

37

cents

share

a

a

year

2,115,500

on

31.
on

ago.

Compa¬
the

same

corporation,

it

was

announced

on

May

15,

has

withdrawn

its

request

for a hearing on the question whether to
vacate, or make
the Aug. 29, 1957, order of the SEC
temporarily suspend¬
Regulation A exemption from registration with respect to a
public offering of stock by that company.

•permanent

ing

In

a

its

suspension

order,

offering circular failed

to

the

to

(other

Dec.

than

31,

1957

the

are

amounts

of

against
refund¬

redemption

of

outstanding,

dividends on com¬
distributions on or purchases

and

from
are

by
earnings

otherwise

purchase

is

held

issuable
against the retirement of

or

applied

$5,000,000

with the net
be withdrawn in

bonds

not

are

bonds

the

limited

proceeds
to

of

common

stock

earned
surplus arising
plus $2,000,000, less the amount of
any preferred stock
determining earAed surplus for this purpose,
deprecia¬
taken at the greater of the actual
charges or the re¬

be

fund

requirements.'/

Halsey, Stuart

&

"

Co.

Kenower,

Inc.

$7,600,000

Allison-Williams
Anderson

&

Co.

&

Loewi

200,000

200,000

Mackall

Parker &

MacArthur

Co.

150,000

Strudwick_

Auchincloss,

<fe

Co.

&

Inc

150,000

Coe

250,000

New York Hanseatic

Redpath
Ball, Burge & Kraus___

500,000

Patterson,

600,000

I

Corp.

500,000

William

—

Byrd

Blair

&

Co

&

&

Co

Co.,

Dick

Raffensperger, Hughes &

&

Inc.__^_
Merle-Smith

Co., Inc.
Rand

/

150,000

&

1,250,000

&

Evans
First

250,000

&
of

Foster

Co.

Inc

&

Ginther

400,000

Marshall

&

Co

Green, Ellis & Anderson
Ira Haupt & Co.
Johnston, Lemon & Co._
John

B.

Joyce

&

Harold

&

&

300,000

Brothers
&

Thomas

&
E.

Co.,

&

Co._

750,000

Co._

300,000

Wood

L.

150,000
Wright

&

Co., inc.
F.

150,000

S.

500,000

Inc

Co.

Arthur

500,000

Co.

750,000

<

Deane

Stroud

400,000
500,000

To Redeem 5%%
The

Stern

150,000
250,000

Corp.'__

•

Scribner

150,000

Iowa

400,000

Hammill

Co.

Singer,

Co.

250,000
Co

<te

Shearson,

Elkins, Morris, Stokes
.

150,000
150,000

500,000

Cunningham, Schmertz
&

&

Kendall, Inc.
Peters, Writer &

250,000

Middlebrook,
200,000

Courts
j

.

600,000

Copeland

Christensen, Inc.

Brothers

Inc.

Yantis

200,000

-

&

Co., Inc.

250,000

Bonds—

has called for redemption on June 18, 1958, all of
its
outstanding 5%%
first
mortgage bonds, series B, due Nov.
I,
1987, at 107.46% plus accrued interest.
Immediate payment will be
made
at
the
Boston
Safe
Deposit & Trust Co., 100 Franklin St.,
Boston, Mass., or at the Irving Trust Co., One Wall St., New York,
N,
Y.—V. 187, p. 2227.
company

Mcrritt-Chapman & Scott Corp.—Backlog Increases—
The

corporation's consolidated volume of work ahead rose to an.
high of $721,000,000 following award to it on May 12 of »
$66,000,000 contract for a second portion of the Niagara Power Project

SEC

disclose

at

Lewiston,

N.

Y.,

according

to

Robert

E.

Senior

Harvey,

Executive

Vice-President.
The

.

award

new

raised

to

,

the total contract value to
date of Merritt's work on the
Niagara Power Project.
A $99,000,000
contract for the Lewiston Power Plant portion of the
project had been
awarded to Merritt's Construction
Department earlier this year by the
New York State Power Authority.
total

asserted
certain

that

McCullough

material

facts.

At

Motor's
the

of

current

re¬

record

$681,000,000

$109,000,000

$165,000,000

low

bid

a

backlog

year

ago.

of

$721,000,000
backlog

Current

with
exclusive of

compares

&

is

»

entered

by New York Shipbuilding Corp , a sub¬
sidiary, for construction of a sister ship to the super-liner "SS. Unltett
States.". A bill authorizing construction of the vessel was approved
by
the U. S. House of
Representatives late last month and is now awaitingSenate action.
.

In

addition

-

.

to

construction and shipbuilding, Merritt engages in tnechemicals, paints and metallurgical products, including
reinforcing steel, and in marine salvage and derriqk.
hoisting.
Subsidiaries in addition to New York Ship include

production

of

arfd

heavy
Devoe

Of

&

Raynolds Co., Inc., and Tennessee Products & Chemical Corp.
current
backlog, construction
contracts account
for

Merritt's

$377,000,000,

shipbuilding for $263,000,000, and long-term ferroalloy#
for $65,000,000.
The company's other operations are lrrgely
short-term delivery basis, with correspondingly nominal backlogs,
Harvey pointed out.—V. 186, p. 1315.

contracts
on

a

Mr.

McCuIlough Motor Corp.—Withdraws Hearing Request
The

stock

ferroalloys

March 31, 1958, were $10,509,458

equal to 23 cents

in 1957 were $788,830
number of shares.—V. 187,
p. 777.

.

of

C

-

earlier.

new

rable earnings

limit

a

which

series

complying

of

series O bonds

any

In

to

of

deposited may

amount

be

may

after

Merritt's

12,000 new shareholders were re¬
quarter's end numbered; 191,464, a 14%

$505,407,

so

(to

upon

(except stock dividends)

common

is

series

any

issue

all-time

$10,561,933 for
was

or

as

stock

of

(The

purchasers named below have severally
agreed
to purchase from
the company the
principal amount of series C bonds
set opposite their
respective names.

also

Co.—Sales Maintained—Earns. Off—

three

i

PURCHASERS—The

capital.
$250,000; and it has
President, Andrew J.

1957.

year

Cash

principal

tion

a

made

Max Factor

stock

1950.

The

at

almost

the

because

'

bonds

cash

time),

additional property

dividends.

agreement with Mr. Hurley
to purchase 35,000 additional shares
to receive an additional 25,000

is

of

1958

by investors of
by $14,066,722 during

trust

per

the'common

has

of
its

difficult

/

of

after that date

with tho

first quarter.
During the period the
purchases
totaling $25,597,633, while sales of portfolio
equity investments totaled $11,640,040.—V. 186,
p. 2475.

time

1956 the stock was split
two-for-one,
three-for-two. >Previously, the stock
Therefore, an Individual holding 190
shares previous to the
four-for-one split will hold-1,440
shares,, and
-the annual dividend will
equal $1,440 against the annual dividend
of
$150 paid on 100 shares in
1950—-an increase of
approximately 960%
..in- return over

split

of

were

shareholders, the trustees reported that during the

Shareholders
over

end

Purchases

tions

com¬

cents

dividend,
on

to

"

Indenture.

one

above.

financing)

subscription

agreed

Hurley

the

three

increase

<

quarterly

So

subscribed

statement

was

that

projects, some of which it was
during the next several

'

amount

the

any

xi'

shares

it

said

business

new

,

provision).
the deposit of

the
net

bonds,

mon

the company,
sales agent; and

borrowings

share in February, is
with a per-share net asset

$9.72

letter to

^

of

same

out, the

to

like

a

under

bonds of any series.

198-

to be made by

capital
equivalent

their

corded.

per share on the
June 12 to stock of

pointed

is

$50,000

per

and

first

-

Mr.

for

promotional services.

17-cents

cents

-

after

Stock split or a stock
dividend. In
and in 1957 the stock was
split

.was

•i

and

bank

for

-compared

May/14 announced that

quarterly dividends

stock,
dividends

registration

a

special

175, p.* 422.

the-

10,995

that
He

this

Against
trustee at

able

Gruber,

open-end investment trust reports total net assets on
1958 of $1,045,828,118.
The net asset value per share was
This
amount,
together with a

In

At

were

into

2227.

p.

refund
to

available

cents

■

This

1956

1.

announcement

payable

was anticipated that
etock would continue
This

regular

cash

on

dn July

payable

To

placement
"j-

materialize

187,

(C)
the

Massachusetts Investors Trust—First Quarter
Report—

.

with

stock^dividend to. holders

12,

preferred

Both

26.

making

June

the

$1.50

stock.

dividend
„

record

the

on

common

.

of

Lewis

year,

stated

$9,300,000.)

(B)

1651.

n.
p.
>

Sale of the units

,

mon

36

31,

Lincoln Service Corp.—Dividend
Increases Announced

'

last

to

shares,

share.

He

Dorff.

continued,

year.—V.

filed

per

the

11% -above

rose

according

force

.

V-r*

.

its

should

business.

new

1958

Additional bonds of any series
may be issued as follows;
; >
(A) Against 60% of the available net
additional
property (additional
at the lesser of cost or fair
value, minus net retirements),
but only
when net earnings are at least
twice the annual interest
charges on all bonds
outstanding and applied for and on all
equtaj
or prior lien
indebtedness.
(As at Dec. 31, 1957 the
approximate net
additional property available
against which bonds might be issued
was

$1,320,709
*413,091

in

for

for

$90,000,000

property

/

/

.

quarter

any

remaining

May- 20

on

Hurley, and has entered
at

Lewyt Corp.—Franchises More Dealers—

The

10,000.common

shares

'/As

corporation

■pursuant

1650.

p.

•

by certain persons acting as the
company's
selling, commission is to be $20 per unit.
The company was organized Feb.
17, 1958, under California law for
the primary purpose of
building and operating an all-year resort iiotel
at Mammoth
Mountain, Mono County, Calif,
According to the pro¬
spectus, the U. S. Department of Agriculture has
granted the company
a ,term special use
permit on 20 acres of U. S. Forest Service Land on
the Minarets
Highway in the Sierra Nevada Range, Inyo National
Forest, Mono County, Calif., approximately 320 miles from Los
Angeles.
On
these
20
acres
the
company
proposes
to build a
resort
hotel.
Construction of the inn has started and is
expected to be completed
by Dec. 15, 1958. Cost of constructing the inn is estimated at
$850,000,
and equipment $150,000.
$75,000 is to be used for working

$173,770

•;

$148,906

income___

oper.

for

share, 39,005 shares

Inc.

The/company has

operations

.

t

Net revenue from rail¬

♦Deficit.—V.

Co.

would

requirement

the

'

r f

1958—Month—1957 v.1958—3 Mos.—1957'
$4,798,401
$5,732,854 $131747,742 $17,022,071
•4,649,495 " 4,932,470
13,689,831
14,861,845

revenue

oper.

Net

*1,207,245

assisted

-

>

oper.

Railway

of

covering $350,000 of 6%' subordinated sinking fund debentures
due 1908 and. 70,000 shares of
$5 par common stock.
The company
proposes, to offer these securities for
public- sale hi units consisting
of $100 principal amount of
debentures and 20 common

.

173,770
•

-

RR.—Earnings—

Railway

way

$428,174

210,343

SEC

.

$4,7.89,229
,

„1_ "" *$226,813

♦Net loss.—V. -183, p.

&

price of $200
1957

.,-2,400

—

sale

.

.

outlook

than

about

Coburn

Lower-

:>_/!>■; .*324,413

tax______

the

1958—3 Mos.—1957

*

-

1958

earnings

more

present indications the
be at least
equal to that

Merrimack-Essex Electric Co.—Bonds
Sold—Mention
made in our issue of
May 19 of the public offering
through Halsey, Stuart & Co. Inc. and
associates of $20,000.000 of 4V2% first mortgage
bonds, series C, due May
1, 1988 at 102 y2 and accrued interest.
Subscription books
were
quickly closed. Further details follows:

/

■

Net

:

the

that

from

was

Mammoth Mountain Inn Corp.,
Beverly Hills, Calif.—
Registers Financing Proposal With SEC—

modern,

"1958;

».•»,•

from

of

that

10

taken up by the underwriters and offered to the
public
at $13 per share. See V.
187, p. 1896.
-

plant.
of

Subs.)—Earnings

31—

each

^over^iSeB^MS.l^S^in

Brooks

p. 1544.

Three

and

half

stated

backlog of

said

.

:

for

first

15

the

He

year.

The

May 15,

on

share

this

the

of

corporation on May 13 filed a letter of
notification with the SEC
covering $'23,800 of 5%% 12-year capital
debentures to be offered at
par,
through Guardian Securities
Covin, -San Francisco, Calif.
Th#
proceeds are to be used for working
capital.-—V. 187, p. 1545.

at

for; including 12,532 shares by its officers and directors
./and 7,364 shares by the
underwriters, headed by P. W.

will be
Mintet

quarter
share. This

Co.—-Backlog $75,000,000—
April

on

corresponding period of 1957.
longer term, Mr. Widdell

pursuant

per

first
a

$353,393,

awarded the
company thus
with volume last
year,
construction work this year

new

the

jthen funded

"

of

Mercantile Acceptance Corp., San
Francisco, Calif,—
Files With Securities and
Exchange Commission—

$5,555,808 $15,748,893 $15,675,966
4,797,260
15,320,719
14,355,257

5,134,121

highest

April 22 at $12

laboratory,

office building on the
property early this fall.
Lees halted its
operations in Bridgeport on April
21, by which time
the sale was in its final
stages of negotiations. Before the end of
May,
Minter Brothers.-will start
modernizing the plants it;-will occupy and
expects to begin production in the new
location by fall.—V. 187,-

(&

of

Maine Fidelity Life Insurance
Co.—Subscriptions—Of
the 50,000 shares of capital stock
recently offered by the
company for
subscription by stockholders of record

allied

©ne-story

Co.

new

stock

per coinmon share) for the same period
President, announced on April 17.—V.
es
n * announced °n April 17.—V. 187,
187.

£

:

Lehigh Valley Coal

its

/

purposes,
i) Of the more than
500,000 square feet contained in the
buildings pur¬
chased, Clayton A. and Ira W. Minter, co-owners
of the 38-year-old
.confectionery firm, said approximately 300,000

will

one

.

administrative
personnel.
^' ' •*
In addition to the office
building, the Lees company "will lease back
40,000 square feet, which will be
renovated and

Philadelphia area, consolidating
In addition,Minter Brothers

of

dividends,

and

square feet
Used
by
their
company
for
its
manufacturing operations.
Brothers wil suspend its activities in
four other plants in the

for

favorably

prospects for
185, p. 1277,

.

1651.

p.

1957

contracts

that

.

comparable 1957 quarter; and net
earnings of $5,597,012 (equal
gfter Referred dividends, to $1.90
per common share), up 369%
over
-earnings of $1,192,671 (equal, after preferred

carpet .company's modern
Bridgeport-office building/ at 4th and
Coats Sts., was not
involved in the sale.
It will ;contpiue <"to serve
as the
company's

;

for

of

for

months.—V.

com-

'•

a

"with

order

spending had decreased, the
company's backlog had declined
$75,000,000.
On
the
favorable
side,
the
company
was
preparing bids on a number of sizable

(P.) Lorillard Co.—Quarter Sales and
Earnings Up—
Achieving

.-*•

used, for

the

$53,000,000.

new

compare

Widdell, President,
satisfactory in view

predict

to

2118.

exercise

upon

1958—Month—1957

1; The

r

for

common

$5,541,625

income-___'

oper.

earnings for

capital

of the total of 696,260 shares

subscribe

of

expenses-

of

not

good.—V.

start

For

amount

-

volume

stated

profit
the

equal

manufacturing property, including ware-housing facilities, at Bridgeport, Pa., to Minter
Brothers/,confectioners,"
was announced
jointly by the two companies on May 9.

and

of

concession
p.

E.

be

the

to

on

operations

way

,

about

16%-acre

product research facilities, offices, cafeteria

at
net

,

income

oper.

Net ry.

company

Manufacturing Props,

headquarters for its 270 executive

H.

secon-

shareholders for subscription
share.

"187,"

„

dealer's

a

completed.—V. 187,

%the

v

(James) Lees & Sons Co.—Sells

i

•

feet,

floor

*

•-V*'''

.

.

total

hearing

on
May 14 stated that
$234,137, equal to 6l cents

were

quarter

does

year

look

will

Net revenue fromrail-

r

will

Secondary Offering — A

to 97.7%

Period End. Mar: 31—t-

Railway oper.

2

furnaces.

It

not

.

principal

the

Strike

any

shares were purchased from the
subscription price by an investment
banking, group
Blyth & Co., Inc., The First Boston
Corporation -and W. C„

proceeds

Railway

^company

Shoemaker

for

rescinded

President,

year

first

(Arthur G.) McKee &

1

—

Long Island RR.— -Earnings—

<,.

Co., Philadelphia, Pa.j for ^construction Of
,the
jirst building of a Research Center on
the company^ property
adjoinr
ing the town of North Wales, Pa. Leeds &'
'Northr.up is "a

manufacturer

it

y-.

*

R.

enable

this

still

V.-187,'p. 2226.

Leeds & Northrup Co.—New Research
Center Planned
y A contract for. about $1,700,000 has been awarded by this

to

to

pipe-

of first
mortgage 4ya%
bonds, sold at
May 14, Will be used to pay for additions to
property and to repay bank loans incurred both for that
purpose and
to "retire $12,000,000 of
mortgage bonds which were paid on Jan, 1, 1958.
See also

for redemption on June
f, 1958, $25,090, of. "
mortgage serial bonds due Dec.' 1, 1958
.at?,J.0Q%y plus accrued
interest.
Payment will be made at the Mercantile'
Trust
Co./1 St.' "
fymis, Mo." •
V
*'•"

v'

Strike,
this

take

It

entitled

.competitive bidding

first

I'

far

the

Langley & Co.

'■•-r-te

(Gleneoe, Mo.)—Partial Redemption

There, have-been-called

were

at

headed by

$20,000,000

La Salle Institute

plants

shares held of record April 29, 1958.
The
remaining 16,085 unsubscribed
company

was

—

lateral

various

Under the terms of the
subscription offer which, expired

shareholders

..

*
Inc.,

request
it

from

were

'-rights, equivalent

$11.84

,

•

Tools,

>*

.

treating

build

to

per

^Sr*'^,(freii
4765^, a price of $22.25
,;

Koehring Co.—Acquisition—- J.

will

,fl

per

$9.93

The

Although

at

Mr.

Lighting Co.—Subscriptions—The
May 16 announced that 680,175 shares

—

f

-.

1958

Island

.(••»•?••• pany- on;
'

S.

with

to

to
—

company
*■—*

during

6,000 shares of common stock (par
$1).
May -16 by Courts & Co. and First South¬

on

—

No.

Star

and

'-V '*

Corp. at $20

Long

-

r?

:'f^i957

*te-"1058
loss

•

facilities

believed

•.*'<
-

the
and

or 81
cent#
share. Volume of
engineering and construction work
completed during
the first quarter amounted

$11.84

v

■

of

thereof;"

1631,

p.

a

m natm'al gas which it will purchase

of 75 cents per share.

4,765

$9.93

share___-._tel.tel

per

made

was

/.-v. ite,1957

1,216,769

withdrawal

renewal

any

186,

for

compares

•

^__:_^„i_„_______^__„__;.$12,081,767 $12,202,695

outstanding™^--^^-,-™-^-,^--,--.,-^''

shareholders-

earnings

this

------

pipeline

•

net

authorized

-7-

\...;--v
Lone Star Steel Co.
Keystone Fund of Canada, Ltd.—Asset Value
Lower—dary offering of
-

1786.

p.

■

.

-

As-of March'31—

Firm—

187,

gfnara. af®a of. th® system. The total cost of
e,m
f, overall construction, program will
Px.cred $350,000, Lone Star said. V. 187, p. 1895.

of Washington, D.
C., who will
supply'the'electronic'portions'.of'the*1:
equipment,.—-Vi .187, q>.i-2002.,: r :S' v ..-''.a,
< w#.v-r>r. r vte-'te V:J''
V- v,' "
-v?
v*'/

*>.

permitted

to

(F. H.) McGraw
€0.—Reports Lower Profits—

$1,750,000.

sy,s

of

has

.

the, systems-forte

Hycon te
Engineers, 'inc.'

Total

prejudice

Clifford

below.—V.

Commission

•%.

..

supply ^wave-guidec°mpressor

developing

Inc.

.

»•

Hycon-Page-Libya of Cambridge, Mass., a joint venture
fcastern; Inc. of Cambridge and Page Commuiiications

Co.,

®P®ra^.e
estimated cost of

station

company

Kennedy, is

Industries, Inc.—Buys Westrex

Western'Electric

The .Federal

- a
primary toll
«■.
Mediterranean-towns f
at Sirte, accordinga

the

SEC

hearing.—V.

Lone Star Gas Co.—To
Build New Facilities—

v

-

"" '

antennas,'the

installation service.

'

The

-

parfcr'of

between

repeater

Kennedy, President.

addition

runs

.7

company, the SEC on Oct.
7, 1957, ordered a
hearing:
whether the suspension
should be vacated or made
per¬

determine

manent.

2226.

p.

Litton
See

for

Installation along
in. Libya was announced

Troposphere Scatter radio link
on May 7
by this company.
'
\ The quarter- of a;, million dollar project,

187,

the

%

•,

..

(D. S.) Kennedy & Co.—Receives
Large Contract-

...

to

company filed a registration statement with the SEC
on
May 7,
covering 25,982 shares of its $5 par common
stock, to be offered
only to a selected group of officers and
employees of the company and
its. subsidiaries .under its-Additional
Provisional Compensation Plans.

extensively engaged in structural steel fabrication
buildings,- bridges, dams and other structures. It also

of

quest

The

,

is

wide

a

continues

$1,000,000.

Steel

and erection

It

of

it

and

Microveer, Inc., Santurce, Puerto Rico—Stock Offering
Temporarily Suspended by SEC—
The
Securities
and
Exchange Commission,
it was announced
on
Xvlay 19, has issued an order temporarily suspending a Regulation A
exemption from registration under the Securities Act of 1933 wifcn
respect to a public offering of stock, by this corporation.
-

In

a

notification

filed

Microveer proposed the

with

the

Commission

public offering of

on

Aug.

6,

1957,

47,500 shares of its common

\

Financial Chronicle

The Commercial and

..

.

.

Monday, May 26, 1958

(2336)

8

pursuant to an exemption. The Commission s
order asserts that Microveer's offering circular is false and misleading
in respect of material facts, and that its use in the offering and sale .,
of Microveer stock "would operate as a
fraud or deceit" upon pur¬
chasers thereof. The order provides an opportunity for hearing, upon
request, on the question whether the suspension should be vacated or
$4

at

stock

share

per

'

permanent.

made

of

made

efficiency

April 12,
1957. Natural proposes to make the additional volume,together with an additional 20,000,000 cubic feet daily to be
through the expansion o. tne system of its affiliate, Texas Illinois
Natural Gas Pipeline Company, of Chicago, available to all of its

obtained

present customers and those of Texas Illinois.
The applicant said it would not sell any oi
to unv
local distributing companies on a firm

of production,
V
...
„
the Algoma, Ontario, uranium area, Milliken holds a
with Eldorado Mining & Refinery Ltd., lor $94,500,000
worth of uranium oxide.
.....
,

mine development

design and
early in 1957.
plant

Mining

by The Rio Pinto

financing arranagements,
resumed at the property

were

V.

187,

.

Borrowings

Co.—Proposes Bank

Milwaukee Gas Light

construction.

p.

$402,220

4th hearing, inquiry will be

whether the notes to be

others,

company,
Section 7

of

through

January

SEC

The

of

be

61

of 1958 were $61,000 as com¬
period of 1957.—V. 186, p. 1956.

quarter

used

75 cents

or

a

reported net income of $4,277,927, equal

share, for the first quarter of 1958.
period last year, the company earned $5,255,119,
For both periods, per share earnings are based on

share.

shares of common stock outstanding as
quarter sales were $73,165,631, compared

6,959,758
First

first

the

last

quarter

of March 31,

1958.
with $76,307,511 in

the

of

—V.

two

Gas & Electric Association—Eants. Up—
a summary of earnings for the 12 months ended
March 31, 1958, shows a balance to surplus for that period of $3,785,150
on a consolidated basis compared
with $3,477,628 for the same period
last
year.
After allowance for dividends on
the preferred shares,
the balance of $3,735,364 amounts to $1.53 per average common share
issued
and outstanding in
the current period compared with $1.41
per
average
common share outstanding
for the corresponding pre¬
vious period based on 2,438,329 and 2,416,883 average common shares
Association

of

can

launcher.

the

Montana-Dakota

classified.—V.

contract is

Utilities

Dollar

The

last

After

cents

and

73

requirements,

dividend
cents

$1,684,893 in the
in the like three

earnings

respectively,

share,

a

the

on

equal

to

shares

of

were

2,000,221

stock

outstanding in both periods.
Net
operating income for the
quarter
was
$2,087,533. compared
with $2,008,598 in the like period a year ago.—V. 187, p. 1208.

common

Motor Wheel Corp.—Sales and

New

England Telephone

Earnings at Lower Rate

Net

This

company

both
each

the
of

He

third

and

these

first

quarter showed

fourth

quarters

of

a

decided
Losses

1957.

improvement
were

over

sustained

in

declared

that

National

in

car

this

quarter

Corp.

adversely

were

production.—V.

187,

owns

2,547,411

which it expects to continue,
therefore

arises,

additions

and

(Ohio)—Debentures

Sold—

Exchange Commission—

187,

made

corporate

including

purposes,

Large construction
to obtain large amounts of new

it necessary

1897.

p.

of

New Hampshire

Bankshares, Inc., Nashua, N. H.—Files"
May

corporation

on

16

filed

letter

a

notification with the
stock (par
The proceeds
bank and for working

of

of class A non-voting common

covering 30,000 shares
to

are

be

to

used

pay

off

notes

payable

to

non-cumulative convertible
No underwriting

6%

involved.

be converted into one share of voting
at any time after issue until Dec. 31,
of the holder.
The holders of the
preferred stock shall be entitled to receive out of earned surplus, as
and when declared by the board of directors, a non-cumulative divi¬
dend at the rate of 6% per annum before any dividend shall be set
apart or paid on the common stock for such year. Any such preferred
stock not exchanged into common stock may, at any time after Jan. 1;
1961, be redeemed at par plus a premium of 5%.
Each

preferred
stock,

common

share

may

par

value,

no

at

inclusive,

net

additional

for

option

the

PROCEEDS—The

and

proceeds

are

to

be

used

for working

capital

equipment.

1956 in Penn¬
Warreri Avenue at

BUSINESS—Corporation was incorporated on Dec. 31,

sylvania.

of

Its

nuclear

of

and

pressing
of

In

engages

sintering

and

located

on

,

presently markets nat¬
uranium oxides and

The company

operations.
uranium

enriched

and

sulfate,

power

mining

exploratory

arc

business is the production and fabrication
and ceramic materials used in the manu¬
reactors; this does not include mining or

primary
metallurgical

company's

chemical,

ural

and plant
Apollo, Pa.

offices
Street,

Seventh

facture

compounds,

such

as

ceramic and metallurgical fabrication (e.g.,
of enriched uranium oxid.o pellets,
melting

alloys).
The

Access

been

has

company

mission

Permit

No.

awarded by the U. S. Atomic Energy Com¬
1410, facility clearance for the receipt and

of classified documents, Source Material License No. C-3762,
as
amended, and Special Nuclear Material License No. SNM-145, as
amended.
The latter license authorizes
the company to convert ura¬
storage

hexaflouride

nium

well

as

enriched

in

isotope

the

compounds,

chemical

to

as

fabrication,

and

to enriched uranium
to engage in scrap re¬

U-235

and

research

and

development with

services indicated above, the com¬
pany has facilities for wet chemical and instrumental chemical anal¬
ysis, metallography, mechanical and physical testing, leak detection
and corrosion testing.
These facilities are used not only for quality
control
of
the
company's
production,
but also for analytical and
testing services for other companies and for research and development
addition

to

the

products

and

work.

.

fabrication facilities also enable
it to
and
indiction
melting under vacuum

metal
milling,
arc

company's

do
or

special atmospheres, heat treatment, and vacuum and innert atmo¬
sphere welding.
Laboratory scale production and research and development activities

in

began

August,

version

of

March,

1957;

full-scale

a

hexafluoride

to

production

the con¬
completed in

facility for

oxide

uranium

was

1958.

uranium

CAPITALIZATION GIVING

EFFECT TO PRESENT

FINANCING
Outstanding

Authorized

Convertible

preferred

srock

Common

(no

100,000 shs.350,000 shs.

(par £10)_

stock

par)

including 29,600 shares reserved for conversion
preferred stock.—V. 187, p. 2119.

•Not
of

Ohio Fuel Gas Co.—To Build

29,600 shs.
*143,440 shs.

of 29,600 shares

Pipeline—

has applied to the Federal Power Commission for
construct a total of about 51 miles of natural gas pipe¬
line on various parts of Its transmission system in Ohio.
,
.
The company's application, which has just been accepted for filing
■.by the FPC, also proposes the abandonment of a total of about 39
miles
of
pipeline, which would be replaced by sections of the pro¬
This

company

to

posed new pipe.
The proposed construction is estimated
to
$2,163,000, and the retirement cost

to be offered at $10 per share, without underwriting.

$5)

on

preferred stock at par ($10 per share).

authority

The

mately

cost a total of approxi¬
is estimated at $91,000.

from the retired sections of line, however, is expected to total
about $109,000.
The sections of new line would be located in Belmont,
Carroll,
Cuyahoga,
Fairfield,
Logan,
Lorain, Marion, Muskingum,
Stark and Wayne Counties, Ohio.—V. 186, p. 2052.

The company on May 12 filed a letter of notification with the SEC
covering an undetermined number of shares of common stock (par $1)
not to exceed an aggregate value of $300,000 to be offered at market,

Bond

Salvage

without underwriting.
—V. 187, p. 885.

a registration statement with the SEC on May
covering $2,300,000 of interest in its Employees' Savings and
Stock Purchase Plan,, together with 100,000 shares of National's $5 par

may

be

purchased

pursuant

thereto.-—V.

187,

Co., New Haven, Conn.—

12

months ended March
Net

12

stock

three months ended March 31, 1958

the

income

months

Up—

15 reported that the balance of net income
was equivalent to $1.15 per share for

on May

31,
share of

1958.

and to $3.18 per share for the
-

and for the
March 31, 1958, includes 11 cents and 32 cents, re¬
result of reduction in Federal income taxes attributable

per

stock for the quarter

common

ended
as

a

the use of accelerated depreciation for Federal income tax purposes.
Pending determination by the New York P. S. Commission of the
accounting to be followed with respect to the reduction in Federal

•

&

Electric Co.

Registers Proposed

—

Offering With SEC—

filed a registration statement with the
first mortgage bonds, due June 1, 1988,
at competitive bidding.
;■
Net
proceeds of this financing will be used to pay part of the
expenditures incurred and to be incurred under the company's con¬
struction program.
Construction expenditures are estimated at $33,;000.000
for
1958,
$23,000,000 for 1959, and $13,000,000 in 1660.Bids will be received by the company, at The First National City
Bank of New York, 55 Wall Street, New York 15, N. Y., up to 11 a.m.
(EDT)
on
June 16 for the purchase from it of the abovementioned
$15,000,000 first mortgage bonds due June 1, 1988.—V. 187, p. 1209.
This

SEC

common

Gas

Oklahoma

The proceeds are to be used for working capital.

New York State Electric & Gas Corp.—Earnings
This corporation

spectively,

2227*

& Watch

to

applicable to the

«

corporation filed

which

need
extensions,

of borrowing from such company, as

general

for

New Haven Clock

19, 1958,

P#

licly

shares

Pa.—
May 12 offered pub¬

Equipment Corp., Apollo,

&

corporation

improvements to its telephone plant.

expenditures have

<,

stock

covering 735,245 shares of its $100

proceeds of the stock sale will be applied to the repayment of
advances by American Telephone and Telegraph, which
are expected
to amount to $85,000,000 on June 16, 1958.
Advances from the parent
are obtained in conformity with an established practice of the company,

National Distillers & Chemical Corp.—Registers With

common

Nuclear Materials

affected

was
announced on May 21 that an issue of $290,000
six-year 5%-% sinking fund debentures, dated April 15,
1958, and due April 15, 1964, has been sold to Ohio in¬
vestors through The Ohio Company, Columbus, O.

The

registration statement wit hthe

a

Net

1545.

p.

It

Securities and

filed

16

16 filed a letter of notification with the SEC
of common stock (par 25 cents) to be of¬
through McDonald & Co., Inc., -New York, N. Y;

shares

per share,

29,600

Files

May

on

300,000
$1

—

-

Files With Securities and Exchange Commission—

earnings

passenger

Building

company

at

Exchange Commission—

and

Stock Offered—The

capital.

quarters.

by the decline in

May

on

shares (69.29% ) of the outstanding shares of New
England Telephone stock,
and intends to exercise its subscription
rights for 509,482 of new shares.
Co.

SEC

period.
the

fered

The

capital stock (common).

the 1957

said

The

covering

(Texas)

American Merchandising Co.

Securities

machining,

Securiteis and Exchange Commission

capital.—V.

Cotes

Telegraph Co.—Proposes

&

Stock Offering—

earnings in the first quarter, ended March 31, 1958, amounted
to $68,405, equal to eight cents a share, compared with $530,376, or
63
cents a share,
for the like period one year ago, M. F. Cotes,
President, informed stockholders at the annual meeting on April 22
First quarter sales totaled $14,140,158, compared with $19,443,186 in
Mr.

date of

letter of notification with- the SEC
(no par) to be offered at $27
proceeds are to be used for
p. 576.

a

share, without underwriting.
The
expansion and working capital.—V. 187,

In

noon (EDT) on
mortgage bonds,

to

up

company

filed

per

covery, fuel element
enriched uranium.

The stock is to be offered for subscription
at par by stockholders of record June 11, 1958, at the race of one new
share for each five shares then held.
American Telephone & Telegraph

year.

preferred

this

by

purchase from it of $10,000,000 first

1988, it was announced on May 21. A bidding
had previously been indicated.—V. 187, p. 2228.
due

H,
11

June

received

be

now

the

for

9

series

par

Co.—Earnings Up—

May 2 reported net earnings of
March 31, compared with $1,624,094

ended

months

187, p. 1787.

cm

company

quarter

76

of

amount

will

Bids
June

II.—Files With SEC—

Nichols, Inc., Exeter, N.
The corporation on May 13

metal

Co.—Bidding Date Changed—

New England Power

operational with
be fired at a moment's notice from its selfWith the new development front line troops will
be able to use either the nuclear warhead or conventional explosive
"as
th
tactical
situation demands,"
said Clyde A.
Parton, General
Manager
of
Honeywell's
Ordnance
Division,
which
developed the
warhead..
Work on the project is being done at the Ordnance Division's main
plant in Hopkins, Minn. Technical supervision is under direction of
the
Army's Picatinny Arsenal,
Dover,
N. J.
forces,

field

propelled

latest 12 months
corresponding

$47,476,282

new

a

announced

Army

.

the

for

compared with $44,930,739 for the
period last year, an increase of 6%.—V. 187, p. 989.

by this company on May 8.
The "Honest John," a tactical support missile now

was

in

$26.71

35

of

covering 11,111 shares of common stock

North

187, p. 2004.

were

nuclear warhead that will enable the
Army's "Honest John" missile to deliver "a massive battlefield punch"
development

outstanding bank notes of $1,000,000 and $1,180,000,
and to provide new money for construction expenditures
subsidiaries
or
to
leimburse their treasuries therefor.

1,802,703

—'$24,46

dividend

pay

outstanding in the respective periods.
Total
consolidated
operating revenues

year.-

Develops New Warhead—
The

to

New England

common

a

comparable

two subsidiaries of New

authorizing

order

an

1,802,703

_

share—

per

deducting

The

first

April 21

on

company
cents

the

issued

has

respectively,

Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Co.—Profit Lower
The

Borrowings by Nees

—

England Electric System, Boston holding company, to make borrowings
from NEES, as follows: Granite State Electric Company, $1,100,000; and
Northern Berkshire Electric Company, $1,245,000.
The funds are to

The

In

England Electric System

48,152,261

cents per share payable June 13,
1958 to stockholders of record May 29, 1958. J
J
Dividends declared from accumulated capital gains during 12 months
ended April 30, 1958 totalled 88 cents per share.—V. 1ST, p. 678.
,
.
"After

gain.

of sales
for the

pared to $57,000 for the same

to

earnings and sales
company.—V. 187,

'-44.088,888

„

shares

assets

Not

1960,

New

were

creasing tempo
Net earnings

1957

Subsidiaries Approved—

approxi¬

were

Capital

is

1545.

companies in

1958,

March

fCorrected figure.
S. Lindemann, President, said the net
were
the highest in the history of the

Joseph
for

ahead of the same period for last year.
Sales in April
18%
ahead of April of last year, indicating an in¬

5%

1958

period,

the

for

Sales

mately

^Giving effect to 5%
dividend paid in

outstanding at the end of 1957.

18%—

Minneapolis Brewing Co.—April Sales Up

$0.61
$0.41
stock dividend paid in March, 1957 and 50%
December, 1957 and based on 659,879 shares

stock

Co. (parent),
the

reasonably adapted to the earning power of
and whether the notes meet the applicable standards
of the Holding Company Act.—V. 186, p. 1849.
notes are

the

whether

—

1957

195B

April 30—

assets

Net

r

conducted into the questions,
issued by Milwaukee Gas are

reasonably udapted to its security structure and other
the holding-company system oi American Natural Gas

$272,466

—-—

earnings

"Earnings per share

(

At a June
among

$8,012,128
501,330
228,864

2119.

p.

5

1956,„

1957
i
$9,009,461
-—767,775
.
1365,555

taxes..—

Earnings before
Income
taxes
Net

of

As

With

31—

Sales

has

company

187,

1988.—V.

1,

Niagara Share Corp.- -Asset Value Off From 1957-

North

Dec.

Ended

Year

applied to the SEC for permission to borrow
$15,000,000 in the aggregate from six banks and
to tsgue Its promissory notes therefor; and the Commission has scbeduled the application for hearing on June 4, 1958.
According to the aoplication, Milwaukee Gas requires a large amount
of cash for its major expansion program now in progress to deliver
increased
volumes of gas to existing customers and
to serve new
customers, in addition to Its substantial cash requirements for normal
additions and. replacements of property.
It proposes to consummate
a permanent finance program in 1959 in an amount sufficient to retire
the promissory notes then outstanding and to provide funds for further
This

June

the increased quantity
basis for the purpose

Nestlc-LeMur Co.—Correction—

amounts not exceeding

Bond Fin'g

Power Corp.—Proposes

corporation on M">y 16 filed a registration statement with the
covering $50,000,000 of general mortgage oonds. due June 1, 1638,
to be offered for public sale at competitive bidding.
Net proceeds from the sale of the bonds will be used tc reimburse
the company's treasury and to finance in part its construction
pro¬
gram.
Construction expenditures are estimated at $132,000,000 for 1958
and $100,000,000 for
1959.'
:
Bids will be received by the company at Room 1840, 15 Broad St.,
New York, N. Y., up to 11 a.m. (EDT) on June 11 for the purchase
from it of the above-mentioned $50,000,000 general mortgage bonds due

1897.

p.

2119.

p.

SEC

United States Steel Corp. or Inland Steel
Co. in
the Chicago-Gary area that are proposed to he made by Mid¬
western Gas Transmission Co., of Houston, Texas, pending the final
FPC decision on the proposed Midwestern sales.
By the amended application, Natural proposes to construct about
232 miles of 36-inch loop line between Joliet, 111., and Beatrice, Neb.,
in
lieu of about 59 miles; about 258 miles of 36-inch and 21 .miles
of 26-incli loop line between Frltch, Texas, and Beatrice, in lieu of
about 337 miles of 30-inch line; two new compressor stations in Texas
and
Oklahoma, with a combined installation
of 12.285 horsepower;
and metering facilities as originally proposed. Part of these facilities
were
included by Natural in a previous application.
Omitted from the facilities originally proposed are additions of com¬
pressor horsepower in four existing stations. The cost of the facilities
as
initially proposed was estimated at approximately $62,668,000.—

in

Management of Milliken was taken over
Co. of Canada Ltd. in the Fall of 1956.
Following
the successful completion of

187,

Niagara Mohawk

making the sales either to

of

contract

'

capacity

increase

to

proposes

000 600

Mines Ltd.—Now

the stage,

its daily system sales

company

185,000,000 cubic feet over its present authorized capacity of 510,cubic feet daily and the 35,000.000 cubic feet per day of addi¬
tional capacity installed under a temporary authorization issued
on

by

Producer—
This corporation became a producer of uranium oxide late in April
this year, it was announced on May 2 when W. H. Bouck, President,
commended mine personnel for their working in bringing the property
Located

with the
gas pipe¬

company

The

an¬

The

has amended an application previously filed
Federal Power Commission to seek authorization for natural
line facilities estimated to cost approximately $86,158,000.
Tills

May 16

\Vas postponing plans for re¬

issue of $70,000,000

an

funding

$86,158,000 Facilities—

cation to Seek

Refinancing Plan Post¬

principal amount of re¬
mortgage 4,/2% bonds, series J. sold last year.

funding
—V.

—

President, on

McHugh,

S.

nounced that the company

Appli¬

of America—Amends

Natural Gas Pipeline Co.

Club (111.)—To Redeem Bonds—
The Association has called for redemption on June 1,
1958, $6,200
of
its general
and refunding mortgage 15 year 4Va%
sinking fund
bonds
due J"ne 1. 19«5 at lOiT nlus accrued interest.
Payment will
be made at the
Continental Illinois National Bank Ar Trust Co. of
Chicago, 231 La Salle St., Chicago 90, 111.—V. 185, p. 2217.

sales

Materials handling receptacles
broadening potential, Mr. Perry
especially as other industries meet demands for greater
and lower handling costs.—V. 186, p. 1850.

declared,

Midlothian Country

to

new

as

transportation equipment.
of vulcanized fibre also have a

and

hold

Co.

Telephone

York

New

poned—Keith

...

for the purpose of producing
and marketing a laminated product consisting of polyester film, wood
veneer of
1/125 inch thickness and aluminum foil. In its order, the
Commission challenges a statement in its offering circular that the
problem of source of supply of extra-thin wood veneers of l/12o inch
thickness had been solved} a statement concerning laminating wood
to metal, ami the omission to disclose the degree of technical control
necessary for suei> process; statements that some 50 indications of in¬
terest bv potential purchasers of the company's product "Microveer
exist; statements indicating that $100,000 to be invested in machinery
is adequate for the company's needs; and the failure to furnish f'»ancial statements of thfe issuer and of its predecessor.—Vf 186, p. <31.

Milliken Lake Uranium

gain

to

continue

organized in August, 1957,

Microveer was

1958 production level and the possibility
copper-clad Phenolite for printed circuits
applications are found in commercial, house¬

added, with an uncertain
industrial strife. Sales of

he

be

company

cn

16

May

covering $15,000,000 of
offered for public sale

to

National Vulcanized Fibre Co.—Earnings Lower—
Consolidated

net

sales

for

totaled $4,248,478 compared

Eugene

«

Perry,

R.

after taxes

the

to

informed

$91,700 for

comnion share.

were

months

with $5,214,849 in

President,

amounted

three

the

ended

the

March

31,

1958

like period of 1957,
Net
earnings

stockholders.
first

quarter of

1958, equal to

For the first quarter of 1957, earnings

$203,505. or 35 cents per share.
Discussing prospects for the remainder

of

the

current

year,

Mr.

Perry

stated

niade

by

future

purchases will be geared directly to the rate of sales they attain.

Business

his

belief

customers
from

the

in

that

the

little

further

electrical

automotive and




and

inventory correction
electronics

allied industries

is

can

industries

more

be

and

speculative,

taxes

income

resulting from the use of accelerated depreciation in
computing such taxes, the company is using the amount of such reduc¬
tions

to

The

further

Net

stock

its

current

earnings per share

shares of

common

income
was

compared

stock

after

$4,236,876

864

as

to

for

$3,741,814

compared

1957.—V.

187,

p.

to

calculated

charges
the

for
12

three

basis

of

the

3,337,475

the

and before dividends on preferred
months ended March 31, 1958 as

three

months

ended

months ended March 31,

$11,759,380

1897.

the

for

the

12

months

Street Fund, Inc.

of this Fund through

program.
on

outstanding at the end of each period.

fixed

Such net income for the

construction

are

One William

March

31,

1957.

1958 was $12,210,ended March 31,

—

Sales of Shares as

Open-End Fund Will Commence June 3—Lehman Bros,
has announced that sales of the initial offering of shares
group

dealers pursuant to current selling

terms will not be made after

3:30 p.m., New York

Time, today, May 26, 1958. It is expected that William
Street Sales, Inc. will commence offering shares of the
Fund as an open-end fund on June 3, 1958.
The

the

SEC

has

securities

issued

and

cash

an

of

order

permitting the sale to this Fund
Corp. in exchange for shares

Aurora

of

of

Volume 187

Number 5745

.

.

The Commercial and Financial Chronicle

.

(2337)
the

stock

common

which

of

the

Lehman Brothers

Fund.

has

is

Aurora

acted

private

a

investment

as

investment

adviser

since

for

and

Novem¬

of

ber,
1956.
Substantially all of its portfolio securities and
cash,
amounting to approximately $37,000,000, are being sold to the "Fund in
exchange for the latter's stock.
This sale is to be made simultane¬
ously
with
the
delivery to the underwriters
(headed
by
Lehman
Brothers)
of
stock
of
the
Fund
sold
by
them
during the
public
initial offering (at a $12.50
per share)
of 16,000,000 shares of the
Fund's stock; and sale of the Aurora assets is
contingent in part on
the receipt, by the Fund of at least
$25,000,000 from the sale of the
Fund's shares to the underwriters.
The number of the Fund's shares
to

be

delivered

value

of

the

to

Aurora

securities

will

be

determined

transferred,

by

the

plus

dividing

cash

to

the

be

Aurora

in

the

sale

amount

its

The

this

acquiring

net

of

stock

election

new

on

firm

partner
Mr.

Francis

Weisl

Reed

Mr.

is

Fund

by

$11.5625,

will

Edwin

and

L.

Weisl

sponsored by Lehman Brothers,
is a partner in the New York

Blair

special

,

National

counsel

to

Securities

the

&

was

and

American

News

is

187,

Production

the

pla.it. marks

wide

expansion program of
Other Outboard Marine

plant

outboard

motors,

Sales
a

rotary

opening ceremonies

|The 70,000
next

foot

square

few

will

employ

will

of

to increase

years.

be

tional

Canada.

marketed
S.

A.—V.

Outside of

throughout
187.

connection

SEC

on

tures

with

filing of a
proposed public offering of

a

due

June

1,

1988,

to

be

the

to 500 employees

first

five

interest
'

The

sinking

statement

with

which

shipping

fund

and

Owens-Illinois

19

will be

of

second. quarter
the

longest
D.

In

of

anticipating

the

storm

year

$510,486,900

and

rain

level

Pacific

Coast

stretch

President,
quarter of the

first

For

the

in

1957

recorded

of

shipments
drys

area

Total

April

in

the

past

in

109

on April
24.
shipments were reduced

three

the

ended

with

first

March

three

31,

$2,243,791

months

1958,
for

total

the

the

of

income

first

three

current

fiscal

amounted

months

to

year,, the

$1,875,541

last

of

Alter all charges, net Income was
$168,395,
the 516,422 shares of common stock now

the

quarter

1957

of

Pacific
The

Gas

directors
June

on

&

on

years,

of common stock In the ratio of
,

The board also declared

quarter

compared
share

a

31,

to

the

-

.

effective

week.

filed

last

An

date

of

the

Stock

share for each

registration
for

P.

to

U.

the

issue

..

the

will

shares

be

in

New

1958,

York

Investment

A.

City

was

$17.15

shares,

a

share

share

Mr.

Dec.

at

Merkle

close

31,

said.—V.

of

1957,
187,

the

earnings

$614,718.

of

reported

by

93.2%

for

the

previous

the

In

1958.
cents

The

preceding

share

a

502,910

on

187,

p.

year,

earnings

net

common

stated

20

used

The

and

$61,987,000

carrying forward the company's
in retiring bank borrowings
to

or

be

made

under

the

•

to

(not

company's

credit

decision

The

its

not

to

dividends

pay

took

also

into

said—V.

187,

1436.

p.

j

'

Pittston

elected

of

Directors.

charge

and

Mr.

Hanson

will

continue

as

The
election of Mr. Curtis followed the
resignation
Dalbeck who had been President and Treasurer for the

—V.

1.87, p.

The
for

first

$66,786,000

creased

Net

loss

of

on

three
the

in

Passenger
revenues

May

16

months

reported

of

first quarter

revenues

off

less

of the

down

were

than

1958

H.

l'/c

to

for

Inc.—Reports Loss—

that

were

J.

to

$7,087,000.
-

the

$1,494,000

this

preceding

P.

Routh,

*

"

M.

Day

3,500

_

3,500

Julicn

6,000

Cruttenden, Podesta

Collins

J. M. Dain

&

3,500

Co./^l_

&

&

1,000

Co.

Elworthy & Co.-.

6,000

Fulton Reid & Co., Inc
Garrefct-Bromfield & Co.__

6,000

Stern Brothers <fc Co

4,000

Sullivan

J. A.

6,000

Co

Co

Cougbltn
The

Co.,

&

Securities

Hogle & Co

J.

&

K.

Co.,

1,000
500

Inc

Mullen

Invest¬

.

ment Co
Newman

3,500

Corp.Rhoades &

1,000
1.000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

Co., Inc

6,000

&

&

L.

Wood, Struthers & Co..

6,000

Inc.

& Hutzler—

Loeb,

500

and

Co

500

Earl M. Scanlan<&

3,500

Smith, Moore &

Public Service Coordinated

Co

500

500

Co

Transport—Tenders—:

755 Broad Street, Newark, N. J., will
receive tenders for-the sale to. it of
its 4'/tt, 5%, 53/4%
and 6',7 first and refunding mortgage bonds, due
Jan. 1, 1990, to an amount sufficient to exhaust the sum of $500,000
at prices not to exceed 100%
and accrued interest.—V. 186, p. 1094.

Fidelity Union Trust Co.,

to

(EDT)

noon

28

May

on

Pullman Inc.

;

(& Subs.)—Earnings Show

3 Months Ended March 31—

Gain-r-

1958

1957

9Sales

other

and

revenues

before provision for income
Provision for income
taxes

$

105,645,134

taxes

91,269,433

6,136,166

.

—

Income

5,196.454

3,239,000

2,711.000

$2,897,166
$1.31

$2,485,454
j
$1.12

the

.

i

income

Net

Earnings per share

—

will be below those of
period for 1957.
A continuation of the slow tempo of in¬
coming orders experienced thus far this year will have further impact
on
third and fourth quarter operations.—V. 186. d. 2156.
Earnings for the second quarter of this year

,

for 1957 were $7.15 per share on the
dividends, or an increase of 18%. This
in which net earniugs have exceeded

same

Pullman-Standard

year

After

year.

Chairman of

today

of

hand, the oil

cellulose*

p.

at

200

Car

Manufacturing

Co.

—

Moves

the Chicago executive offices of this company
Michigan Ave.. Chicasro 4. 111.—V.
187.

(May 26.)

located

be

the Board, reported that earnings for the
as against $1.92 in 1957, or a drop
This has been due mostly to the severe drop
in steel operations, resulting in this industry taking considerably less
metallurgical coal.
The trucking and warehouse divisions have been
affected to a less degree by present economic conditions.
On the other

South

679.

Rayonier, Inc.—Reports Lower Earnings—

sales

colossal

the

world

187,

1,

and

with

Moss

will

an

be

No.
one

expected

Mine

is

—V.

production

of

45

tons

per

man

per

conditions

since

the

first

North American
led
to reduced

earnings.

of

187.

p.

577.

.

Red Owl Stores,

day.

Inc.—Seeks Rise in Sales—Three New

Directors Elected—

1317.

p.

business

existing overcapacity in
operations and

Rayonier's

expected

to start producing
of the largest and lowest cost mines in
3

and

general

with

affected

Net sales amounted to $25,578,251 in the first
1958,
in
comparison with $28,235,979 in
the previous
$30,042,718 in the first quarter of 1957.
Net income
was $477,918, or nine cents per share of common stock, compared with
$1,310,755, or 23 cents per share in the previous three months, and
$1,976,159. or 36 cents per share In the first three months of 1957.

share.
new

mills,

quarter

to have a favorable decision from the Interstate Com¬
Commission almost any day, which would allow the merger of

into the United States Trucking Division.
It is anticipated
that this would Increase Plttston's annual earnings
approximately $1.0o
The

combined

year,

quarter- and

Pittston hopes
merce

the

In

deterioration

Further

distributing divisions are expected to increase their profits
due to larger margins being obtainable.
Fixed charges were also higher,
reflecting the large capital expenditures in the last few years.

a

3,500

3,500
R.

Dean Witter & Co

4,000

The

up

company

preferred

successive

3,500

approximately 26','c.

—V.

first

in

quarter

1957.—V.
''

Paramount Pictures

of

187,

for

Sales

■

r

year.

and

Operating
•

freight

expenses

in

10

share blocks at $10.25
are

to

be

was

$3,360,000,

to

per block, without underwriting.
The pro¬
purchase real estate; and for construction and

the fiscal

year

ended Feb. 28, 1959 are expected to exceed

as

against-

a

r

Tills
corporation reports estimated consolidated net
earnings from
operations for the first quarter 1958 of $1,405,000
representing 75 cents
per share based upon 1,884,916 shares
outstanding at March 29, 1958

$200,000,000, Ford Bell, Chairman, said at the annual meeting of share¬
holders. In the year ended March 1.1958 sales amounted to $176,429,754.
The

company

with

cities

Co.

—

Investments

in

Subsidiaries

The SEC,

it was announced

izing the company to make
its
subsidiaries, as follows:

on May 19, has issued an order author¬
additional common stock investments in

Potomac

Light

&

Power

Co.,

$400,000

(4,000 additional
additional
funds

for

shares); and South Penn Power Co., $250,000 (50.000
shares).
The subsidiaries propose
to use
the
additional

property additions

and

improvements.—V.

187,

p.

1789.

will place more emphasis on developing large stores In
concentration of population, although a smaller

heavy

In Milwaukee,

Wis., with two more reasonably assured by the year end," shareholders
told.

For

Edison

Cleared by Securities and Exchange Commission—

a

of stores will be opened than In the past year.
"Four stores are contemplated for early Fall openings

number

were

-

576.
.

used

working capital.

in¬

Corp.—Quarterly Profits Higher




The corporation on May 9 filed a letter of notification with the SEC
covering 20,000 shares of class B common stock (par $1) to be offered
ceeds

$47,788,000.

Properties, Inc., College Park, Md.—Files—

Potomac

1958
p.

Pizza &

*

gross
operating revenues
$64,308,000,
compared to

preceding

3%

4'/.

loss

Donald

6,000

Co.,

Smith

Weld

3,500

—V. 187, p. 2005.

out¬

consideration

Co.

'

corporation

the

the

about Oct.

of

&

&

Spencer Trask & Co
Tucker, Anthony &

6,000

Webster

American

first quarter of this year were $1.37

of

manu¬

past two years

Ripley

Marks

Christensen, Inc.

~j

Co.

M.

Moseley & Co
Peters, Writer &

6,500

Inc.

will

576.

Pan American World Airways,
■i

of

Controller.

F. 8.

16,500

Securities Corp

Brink's Inc.

-

Also announced were the elections of Roger L.
Putnam, Jr. as Execu¬
tive Vice-President and J. Edwin Hanson as
Treasurer of the company.
Mr.
Putnam, Jr.
was
formerly Vice-President in

facturing

of

after

fourth

those of

agreement.

Curtis, formerly Vice-President in charge of sales, has been
President according to Roger L. Putnam,
Chairman of the

the

was

$18,-

Package Machinery Co.—Changes in Personnel—

16,500

—

Lynch, Pierce, Fen-

&

White,

Co.—Quarterly Earnings Off 26%—

stock

.

Shares
Laurence

Brothers

&

ner

tlie company will incur during the movement of
operations to the new plant in Mt. Pleasant, Pa., Mr.

Pittsburgh

common

program

borrowings were used or are to bs used for property addi¬
improvements.
Construction expenditures are estimated at
for 1958.—V. 187,
p.
2229.

<fc

Salomon Bros.
Stone

Carl

on
May 20 took no action on the quarterly dividend
capital slock usually declared at this time.
D.
Greenshields. President, explained that the company did
not expect
to earn Its regular dividend during the second quarter.
The co?npany paid a 12 V2 cent dividend during the first quarter when
earnings of $84,542, or five cents a share were reported.

Lewis A.

Board

Merrill

1957.

directors

Greenshields

exceed

"

16,500

Kidder, Peabody & Co.

non-recurring expenses

1316.

construction

preferred stock:

Donn

a

and

maae

bank

tions

in

1953

new

named below have severally
the following respective number

6,000

Lehman

the

on

The earnings
filed

the

of

company

Inc.

Pittsburgh Screw & Bolt Corp.—Omits Dividend—

also

registration statement with the SEC
coveTlng $20,000,000 of first mortgage bonds, due July 1, 1988, to be
offered for public sale at competitive"
bidding.
Net proceeds of the
bond sale, together with cash on hand and to be
internally generated,
be

shares

Harrinian

1317.

per

65,000 shs.

160,000shs.
3,352,OOOshs.

underwriters

Goldman, Sachs & Co

were

share are based on the number of shares
standing at the close of the respective periods.—V. 187, p. 2005.

Light Go.—Registers Proposed Bond

The company on May

The

—

to purchase from the

Securities

share

Amounts

100,000 shs,

5,000,000 shs.

Eastman Dillon, Union

reports consolidated net income for the first quarter
$3,200,886 or 35c per share as compared with $6,291,452
for tho first quarter of 1957.

of
per

•

175,000 shs.

($10 par)

Blyth & Co., Inc
Smith, Barney & Co.__
Kuhn, Loeb & Co

equivalent to
outstanding at March

shares

-

650,000 sbs.

Shares

company

1958
68c

Offering With SEC—

will

of

to

previous

fiscal

-

<■

30.000,000

1788.

for the fiscal year ended March

exceeding

$318,191

15,000,000
20,000,000

mortgages,

Co., Detroit, Mich.—Record Earns.—

to

amounted

$10,000,000

:

preferred stock ($100 par)
cumulative preferred stock

agreed

initial

adjusted

p.

:

♦Authorized amount of bonds which may be issued under the mort¬
gages,
including the 27b
series due 1977 of the company, is not
limited, but further issuance is subject to restrictions of the

company

the

at

—

;

$40,000,000
10,000,000
15,000,000
20,000,000
30,000,000

cumulative preferred stock—...;.
4 '/a % cumulative preferred stock
4.64% cumulative preferred stock
Common stock

v

Outstanding

4!M;>

the

Power &

1978—-

1984___

scries due 1987

4.20%

FINANCING

•

1977-.——-

series due

series

'

;

PRESENT

•

Cumulative

Natural Gas. C<*«—Debentures Sold—The com¬
sold to Ohio investors an issue of $137,500

high

TO

series due 1981-.:—_

3Vs '/

4:i8%

May

on

with

Merkle,

a

"

-

3'/8%
■

aggregated
$86,437,845 at the
President, announced on

compared

due

series

UNDERWRITERS

against

EFFECT

3 'A %

t

1897.

$17.52

was

.....

GIVING

mortgage bonds:

*2%r,b

has

or

to common stockholders on or about June 20.
The subscrip¬
period is expected to open on June 23 and close on July
8, 1958.
No action will be required
by stockholders until recqipt of the warrants.
The
company expects to make arrangements to- have
the offering
underwritten by a nationwide group of underwriters who will
purchase

through
000,000)

♦First

Bosworth,

The

p.

;

Boettchcr

filed

was

—

Authorized

Asset Value Increased—

3,

Operating revenues of the company during% 1957
$91,007,519 and net income to $10,877,575 compared, with
of $83,266,879 and net income of $10,267,333. for

to

revenues

1956.

Meeting Adjourned

...

-

EARNINGS
amounted

operating

time, to enable the judges to continue
votes for directors and to render a
until June 2, at 11 a.m., was carried

Edward

year,
value

outstanding

of

tion

'

center

of

closed-end

March

distribution and sale of natural-gas. The company's
operations
within the State of Colorado, the principal, distribution'
being in the City of Denver and the Immediate vicinity.' 1
*■<

wholly

arc

Co.

be mailed

Pacific

mission,

Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Co.—Earnings Off—

Commission.

subscribed for by stockholders.—V. 187,

this

of

of

asset

1958,

52

Assuming
all
necessary
approvals
are
obtained
from
regulatory
authorities, it is expected that a prospectus describing the proposed
offering, and transferable warrants evidencing rights to subscribe, will

all shares not

BUSINESS—Company is an operating public, utility engaged, together
with its subsidiaries,
principally in the generation^ purchase, trans¬
mission, distribution and sale of electricity and in. the
purchase, trans¬

earnings alter provision for preferred dividends equalled 78 cents
share on the 723,406 shares of common stock outstanding at March

31,

shares then held.

20

'

be

:

Financing—

statement, which

authority

the California

sub¬
con¬

a

a

application

week with

year

ago

Net

cash dividend of 60 cents a share on the
applicable to the second quarter of the year, to stock¬
holders of record on June 17, 1958, payable on
July 15, 1958.
The subscription price for the common stock will be
determined prior
this

second

to

assets

months,

record

rights to common stockholders of
them to subscribe for 853,781 shares

one

year

a

proceeds from the sale of the stock will
funds of the company to be Used
toward

program which

CAPITALIZATION

Consolidated net income, after taxes,

stock,

common

amounted

Frank D. Boynton, Chairman, and T. Kenneth Haven,
President, on
May 8 announced that this company in its 20th year ended March 31,
1958, experienced an all-time high both in volume of business written
and net earnings.

year.

equal to 33 cents

Co.—Plans

company

net

general

letter of notification with the SEC

a

''

tabulation

Pioneer Finance

allotted

21

1958, entitling

parent

of stockholders

the

the

of

net

Pike

work

were

Electric

May

17,

sales

net

construction

sales

,

for

31,- 1957.—V.

-record

1958,

to-the

Its
is expected to cost $102,000,000
during the
years. 1958-60., Of this amount,
approximately $3,700,000 had. been,
expended prior to March 1. 1958, on which date the
company had
about $5,300,000 available for construction
purposes.

period
April 24.

on

May 1, 1970, through The Ohio Company, Columbus, O.,
it was announced on May 21.—V,
183, p. 2295.

outstanding. Earnings for
$288,825, equal to 56 cents per share
on
the 515,766 shares then outstanding.
The stated earnings do not
reflect the benefit of pending increased depletion
allowances.—V. 187,
p. 678.
'
first

announced

-

PROCEEDS—The
added,

like

6% sinking fund debentures, dated May 1, 1958, and due

on

the

31,

the

over

The First Boston Corp

from

as

not refundable with the
proceeds of borrowed funds or
preferred stock, on or prior to June 1, 1963, at a lower
to the company. Otherwise, it is redeemable- at the

of

money

the company at redemption prices
ranging from $105.50. for
redeemed prior
to June 1, 1963, to $101 for stock redeemed
1, 1973.
>

stock

28.

present

commercial,
Federal,
State,
and
Municipal projects
was
sharply curtailed by unsuitable ground conditions for installation
of vitrified clay pipe
sewage lines.
For

March

May 1 filed

meeting

as

beginning

and

residential,

on

net

$90,176,269

pany

out

stock is

of

option of

Investors

lower

a

reported
year,

adviser

shares

on

motion

A

The

higher

a

the

as

Fredericks,

the

higher1

adjourn
without opposition.—V. 187, p.

outstanding
capitalization
of
comprise $100,000,000 of long-term debt, 822,991
value preferred
stock, and 7,146,287 shares of
See also V. 187, p, 2229.

is

President,

the

of

'

*

.

complete

par

company

14%

Stock Of¬

Barney

sale

cost

Jersey Cooperative Association, Phillipsburg,

annual

report.

,

John

part

the

485,234

adjourned

and

„

Pacific Clay Products—Earnings Show Decline—
This

were

Association

The

will

$100

stock.

common

ended

rose

(

glass containers, conainerboard, cor¬
bulbs,
scientific
glassware,
glass
closures, plastic containers, glass block

other daylighting products had sales
earnings of $35,810,000.
Upon
completion
of
the
financing

1958

Pendleton,

months

of

-

.

television

plastic

and

of

B.

of

Penn-Texas Corp.—Stockholders'

the

produces

boxes,

metal

underwriter

The
the

covering 10.000 shares of common stock to be offered at par ($5 per
share), without underwriting.'. The proceeds are to be used for inven¬
tory, equipment and fixtures and for operating expenses.

sinking fund deben¬
offering of debentures

public

net

shares

quarter

Pennroad Corp.—Net

company

tableware,

a

The

cost.

rugated

its

and

investment

of common stock
outstanding at March
Earnings for the like period last year were $278,689 or 57
sharp, based on the same number of shares.—V. 186, p. 1958.

Penn

i

$50,000,000

payments beginning in 1963.
debentures
will
be
non-refundable
at

the

years,

its

.

the books closed.

N. Y.—Files With SEC—

...

maturity

annual

three

the

on

last.

during

in the company's
history, it was announced that the company
required to
retire
80','c
of
the
new
debentures
prior
to

through

Pasadena;

$0.18
$0.33
in part and" is subject

1898.

p.

Co. of Colorado—Preferred
Boston Corp., Blyth &

First

31,'57

Co., Inc. and
& Co. headed a group of .investment
bankers who on May 21 offered
.publicly an issue of 160,000 shares of 4.64% cumulative
preferred .stock at par
($100 per share). This offering was oversubscribed and
Smith,

Its

company.

income tax__

187,

Mar.

$5,778,371 - $6,448,441
184,071...
335,557
*
88,354
161,067

share

per

Public Service

a

registration

first

of

investment

Mar. 29/58

above statement of earnings is estimated
at the end of the year.—V.

fered—The

2579.

p.

1
—

to audit

during

^

the

187,

"

first

which

Owens-Illinois Glass Co.—Proposed New Debentures—
In

Peckham

Management Corp.;

Morris

2 %"

cents

' ;

'

people

2119.

p.

the

the

share

Omisa

subsidiary of Outboard
the products of the new plant
by Outboard Marine Interna¬

Belgium,
the world

period.—V.

Show Decline—

income

Profit before Federal income tax
Profit after provision for Federal

out¬

volume, Mr. Pendleton said.
Pico
Precision
Products
Co.
and
Duplex Manufacturing Corp.. Pendleton
Tool's newest subsidiaries,
provided the remaining 12%; increase,
r
Net income after all
charges was $255,799, equal to 53 cents a

Gale-Buc¬

and

....

as

open-end

Corp.

tributed

Belgian

16.

150

that

See details in V. 186,

diversified,

E.

Plan Fund

ago,

For

31

about

,

Robert

;s

for

year

,

world¬

the

include

scheduled for June

are

plant

This is expected

the

in

mowers

during

then

ago."

-

-

Outboard Marine Belgium S. A. functions
Marine

These
power

Income

shares

to $4,760,134 compared with $4,166,841 for- the similar quarter a
Through stepped up marketing efforts, the divisions and

.

of Evfnrude

Corp.
produced by

special

no

1.971,316

on

fund filed a registration stament with
the SEC on May 19,
covering 20,000 shares of its $1 par common stock.
The fund

sidiaries

forward

1957

; Pendleton Tool Industries, Inc.—Sales 14% Higher—

Marine

-

initial production.
the

Lawn-Boy

saws.-

Official
...

Outboard

step

products will be
facilities are completed.

additional

as

caneer

chain

the

another

in

Co.—Earnings

Three Months Ended—

Gross

after June

immediately.

Completion of

period

May 21.

on

Investments

Outboard Marine Belgium S. A. on May 15 announced that the first
plant to manufacture Outboard Marine
Corp. products outside of the
United States and Canada has been
completed.
and Johnson outboard motors will
scart

was

newly-organized

a

Peckham

2228.

p.

Prophet

special

Earnings

President

Corp.

Senate

Co.—V.

Income

other

This

1958,

a

Outboard Marine Corp.—Opens New Plant in
Belgium

-

special

and

Peckham Plan Fund, Inc.,
Pasadena, Calif.—Registers
With Securities and
Exchange Commission—

Preparedness Subcom¬
mittee inquiry Into the missile ana satellite
program of
the ;country.
He is also a director of
Paramount Pictures Corp., Allen B. DuMont

Laboratories Inc.

same

There

nounced

of

is

after

films

$300,000 ten-year 6% sinking fund notes, dated Dec.
1,
1957, and due Dec. 1, 1967, has been sold through The
Ohio Co., Columbus, O., to Ohio
investors, it was an¬

City

Weisl

Research

the

the

directors

as

of

The

which

from

receive

share

per

sale

Park Loan, Inc., Ironton, O.—Notes
Sold—An issue of

market

Reed

Hubbard,

director of

a

the

$4.43

or

2004.

p.

transferred

& Reed, and Mr..
firm of Simpson Thacher & Bartlett.

law

is

C.

company

Hughes,

the

transferred),

which

of $8,352,000

representing instalment

for

standing.

underwriters.

May 21.

of

in

Reed

Mr.

of

securities'

share

the

investment

announced

law

the

per

to

income

reported

(including approximately $110,000, representing the brokerage paid by

is

net

$6,947,000

transactions, after deducting applicable Federal income taxes.
The foregoing earnings
compare to $1,299,000 or 66 cents per share

9

year

the
ago,

months

Mr.

of

March

and

April, retail sales

were

20%

above a

Bell said. Wholesale sales were up 8%.

stockholders

elected

three

directors.

They are L. W. Rixe,
Vice-President and Treasurer of Red Owl 8tores, Inc.; Merrill Cohen,
Executive Vice-President #f J. M. Dain & Co., Inc., Minneapolis Invest¬
The

new

ment

banking firm; Donald G. McNeely, Vice-President rtnd a director

of S.

Paul Terminal Warehouse Co., St. Paul, Minn.

This

corporation, which operates in an eight-state area in the upper
owns 152 stoves and supplies merchandise to 376 stores oper¬

midwest,
ated

as

ReJ Owl

agencies.—V. 187,

p. 991.

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The Commercial and Financial Chronicle
10

-

1958
1957
$15,849,000 $15,383,000
*419,000
$552,000

Ended March 31—

Quarter

fialS

_

income-:::::::™::"::

Ket

share on shares outstanding at
March 31, 1958 and 1957 but excluding 200,000 shares issued March 20, 1958

Earnings

of

$0.42
No

$0.30

; To Build New Terminal—

.

Monday, May 26, 1958

.

■

.

'

.

looms,
the

well

as

1693.

p.

Sales

for

fiscal year ended Jan. 31, 1958 were at a
according to the company's annual report
the
preceding fiscal year the company's

In

14.

Mav

was

gage

corporation

Snook

named

were

to

drop

a

who

made

were

Bowles

Mr.

IiOan
of

Texas

Vice-President

Senior

is

immediate

Association,

with

it

bonds

of

a

Purchase

and Loan

Savings

Past

Dallas

of

President

Savings

Federal

and

and

Shook is

immediate

President

Past

Association.

and

director

a

:

batch

already

sold

next

fine

Those named as Honorary Directors were Kenneth D. Steere, Repub¬
Board Chairman from 1935 to 1957, a former partner in Paine,
& Co. of New York, Chairman of the Board of C.&E.I. Rail¬

In

summer

more

I.,

L.

Y.

N.

the

in

amount

$465,^27

of

for

new

a

weight

light

Computer

Segundo,

plane now in operational use as
capabilities.—V. 187, p. 1789.

Inc.

and

the

U.

S.

newly-adapted weapons systems in
Brooks, President.
that The Siegler Division had signed
$250,000 with the U. S. Air Force for compass

aircraft,

Brooks

Mr.

another

also

contract

'J.

Cor^act^

through

contract

amplifier to be used
according to John

pass

'

-

its Olympic Radio & Television Division,
with both the Chance Vought Aircraft
Air Force for the production of a new ME 1 com¬

corporation,
signed a

just

approximately $37,000,000 of

airplane

attack

light

a

nuclear

Siegler Corp.—Division Signs

in
G.

pointed

for

,

a

out

New President of Hufford Unit Elected—

beverage orders ever placed at one
than $200,000,000 at wholesale, with

announced

retailers—was

May

on

El

this

by

20

and

this

but

a

good

according

well,

as

to

President

Calif., a subsidiary, it
Siegler, President.

of

announced

was

'

,

Hufford

The

oni May

Corp,,

by

13

Brooks,

and
General Manager of
Hufford, succeeds Merrill L. Bengtson. Mr. Bengtson is Chairman of
the executive management committee
of Siegler, a position he was
named to last fall following the merger of Hufford into Siegler. He
continued to hold both
positions until Mr. Burns' appointment.
Mr.
Bengtson also is a director of the parent corporation.—V. 187, p. 2007.
Mr.

1437.

year

G.

elected

been

has

Burns

Segundo,

John

means

187, p.

season,

W.

Dan

as much as possible of these goods over the
hopes to deliver them all by Aug. 31, it was
that Sehenley is assured not only of a

deliver

effect,

sales executives.—V.

lic's

worth

to

months

four

stated.

alcoholic

of

cases,

corporation.
Sehenley will

-

:

largest

much

Dallas

the

of

f

■

.

,

El

This

Sclienley Industries, Inc.—Receives $200,000,000 Order
The

Appraisers of Dallas.
He is a director of Dallas Title
Co. and Mercantile Securities Life Insurance Co.
Mr. Stewart is Vice-President of First National Bank in Dallas.
Mr.

Airspeed

has

$50,000,000

time—4,845,940

of Resi¬
and

Past President of Society

League,

Westbury,

Airspeed Computer Order—

amplifier field testing equipment.

South¬

of

director

a

orders

manu¬

the consolidation of the West Coast
has just occupied a new plant at

have been awarded Servomechanisms, Inc(,
Calif.,
division
of
Douglas Aircraft Co.
The
miniaturized computer is
designed for use on the A4D-2N, a new,
still-to-fly version of the A4D Skyhawk, lightest and smaller U. S,

True

$5,500,000 from a year ago.
the* second "quarter .shows-considerable

included, the company now has
outstanding.—Vi 186,
p.
1938.

Avenue,

(

components

largest

company's

by
Mechatrol

True

Hawthorne.

at

the

unaffected

divisions.

Receives

offered on April 21, and the books were closed the
substantial over-subscription.
This issue is part of
first mortgage bonds authorized
in 1952.

publicly

day

With

Loan Conference, First Vice-President and director

dential

i

was

total

unit

new

Division,

is

Prospect

combat

the

Guaranty

Bar

1200

with

same

the

centralized

now.

unit,

component

organizations..

western Savings and

are

facturing

March.
in Canadian dollars, amounted to

has consolidated
single unit to be

a

Mechatrol

The

jet

pany

in Dallas is also
a director
of State Fair of Texas, Cotton Bowl Athletic Association,
American
Airlines, Republic National Bank and other business and
civic

functions

improvement over the first quarter, 'particularly , in-, newsprint ship¬
ments.
This is due to the fact that^ as usual,,.the company built up
newsprint inventory for shipment" after tlie'opening of navigation.
The new issue of $12,500,000 5% first mortgage bonds of the com¬

Bank

A

<

Divisions—

Two

Constituting

yeax'vend."fixed assets

C
Republic National

of

into

the

for

$0.19

31, 1958, was $10,300,000.
orders of $2,200,000 were added

March

corporation

by

were up

of

as

1958, new

production and personnel remains intact but sales and administrative

in

profit

outlook

141,255

its two West Coast Components
known as the Special Products
are
the facilities of the former
Magnetics Division
at Hawthorne,
Calif., and the former Vacuum
Film Products Division at El Segundo, Calif.
Both plants will continue
The

divisions

Division.

of

company's

$4,559,835

115,812
$0.15

backlog.-

Consolidates

reductions reflect the continued increases in costs, par¬
ticularly in wages, wood and freight.
Working capital at the end of March was $37,400,000.
This was
down
about $1,000,000
from March 1957 but up slightly from the

These

backlog

,1957

1958

—

of April,

1

$5,575,280

__

.

share_l.
nth

:i

;

Subs.)—Earnings—

(&

——

corporation's

the

to

approximately $18,700,000 versus $21,200,000 in 1957, a decrease of
12.2%, Operating profit was down 27% -and total net profit was down
37%. Net profit per common share, after deducting preferred dividends,
was
19 cents a share versus 32 cents in the first quarter of
1957.

,

directors

four

succeed

1

Drop—Sells $12,-

of this corporation do not give cause for
President, told the annual meeting of share¬

up some 2,800 tons at the end of
Total sales from these shipments,

D.'Steere,' Chairman of the'Board, oh May 7 announced that
W. Aston, Lloyd S. Bowles, Robert H. Stewart III and John

,

profit after taxes

with

compare

-

__

During tH*.

Fox,

8,369,303

of

Out¬
7,384,930 a

the 1957 period.

first quarter, the same as-in

the

sales

The

13.9%. Newsprint shipments were down 14.6% and
kraft products were down 8.5%.
Newsprint production exceeded ship¬
ments, the company's mills stocks or inventories of newsprint being
tons,

job

Honorary Directors.
Mr. Aston, President

a

Net

of 1957 the corporation is down substantilly in shipments,
particularly in net profit.
...
Shipments to customers in the first quarter of 1958 totaled 123,392

Republic Insurance Co. of Texas—Four New. Directors

Jamc-s

M.

P.

equal
gain

paid in January). These figures compare with $62,718,346
share on March 31, 1957. Income dividend of 7 cents a share

Three Months Ended March 31—

;•*

Corp. Ltd.—Earnings

investment company at March 31,

this open-end

of

Net

replace

to

used

quarter

manufacturing firm,

Eouis

p.

be

will

funds,

other
1371.

sales and profit,

David

,

with

183,

results

quarter

Tire
•

assets

paid for

was

navigation is closed, tends to be its low point of the year in
shipments and sales and hence in earnings. Compared with the first

salary increase for

,

$8.49

or

Ont., Canada—

when

which affect some 2,200 clerical

.

,

Shares, Inc.—Asset Value—

distribution

holders held April 30. He noted that the corporation ships its products
extensively by water and consequently the first quarter of the year,

company
a

Lawrence

First

Mr. Ryan said.
said also that the maximum rate for salary increases
classification (or grade i hud been moved up to reflect
the general increase, and that raises would continue to be automatically
made on a quarterly basis up to and including the previous maximum
rate. Beyond that, to the new maximum rate, increases will be deter¬
mined op a merit basis, the announcement said.
Mr.
Ryan said that Republic has also introduced a cost-of-living
plan for this employee group to provide for salary adjustments based
on
changes in the Bureau of Labor Statistics consumer price index,
©alary adjustments in this area will be made on a quarterly basis.
—V. 187, p. 2119.
••
M,;
v
;
The

within

credits.—V.

celebration,

and secretarial employees,
6hop clerks and draftsmen, range from $4.40 a week to $7.80 a week,
according to John J. Ryan, Vice-President.
The increases will amount
to a boost of well over a $500,000 a year in the payroll of the jet
aircraft

Total net

.

500.000 of Bonds—

$905,741, which
share, compared with a like provision
share in the preceding year.—V. 185, p. 2562.

May 15 announced a general
overtime personnel.

on

Dividends of $1.05 a share were paid
dividends of 30 cents each
187, p. 1359.

quarterly

year

1958, as reported by Edward P. Rubin, President, were $63,920,172
to $7.64 a share (or $7.92 adjusted for reinvestment of capital

and progress

Clarkson,

Co.,

Cement

together

proceeds,

St.

salaried

non-executive,

current

Selected American

Earnings per

for Federal tax in the latest fiscal year was

The raises,

the

In

paid on Feb. 20 and May 20.—V.

Servomechanisms Inc.

construction

■*

The

1957.

were

Privately—The company has arranged to

The

Republic Aviation Corp.—Sets Salary Boost—
Its

the

equal .to $1.58 per common share.

*

Securities Corp., Ltd., an issue

equal to $1.54 per common

<

and

privately, through Blyth & Co., Inc., and Royal
of $12,250,000 first mort¬
bonds, series B.

place

that the year's record was achieved despite some
falling off in sales in the final quarter of the fiscal year.
Net profit for the year was $792,640, equal to $1.35 per share on the
687,459 shares of common stock outstanding, compared with $1,002,798
or $1.68 per share in the prior year.
The decrease in earnings, accord¬
ing to the report, was occasioned by these factors: an increase in
reserves for bad debts; a substantial charge against earnings from loss
Incurred in liquidating stores in the Detroit area; and the higher cost
of labor and services and narrowing merchandising margins.

of $1,133,323 or $1.90 per

of

of gift, estate and inheritance taxes on the
desirability of some diversification of holdings
in connection with plans to meet the taxes.
The business of the com¬
pany has been under the management and control of the Searle family
since it began the manufacture of pharmaceuticals in 1883.
Net sales in 1957 totaled $30,597,046 and net income was $6,922,787,
family,

standing shares at March 31
year ago.—V. 187, p. 2006.

Bonds Placed

■

Provision

typewriter sales,

rising

Lawrence

St.

released on

$27,115,672.
The report stated

was

approxi-

impact

prospective

Searle

of the company's
to reduce its finished goods inventory.—V. 187, p. 2006.
from

program

volume

:

the sale is completed,

After

company.

the company's shares results from consideration

their holdings of

the

Conn.,

record high

the

$27,810,919,

of

of

500 production employees in the corporation's Hart¬
typewriter plants will be recalled from a layoff status
this
month, according to an announcement May
14 by Philip M.
Zenner, President.
Over 200 have already returned to work, he noted.
Mr. Zenner said that the recall reflects an increase in production

Record Sales—

Stores Corp.—Reports

due

was

relocation

the

of

of the company's outstanding common stock will be owned

Approximately

ford,

resulting

Reliable

May

both the Saxonville,
Chattanooga, Tenn./
carpets, operated at
by Mr. Anderson to
at Worcester, Mass., which makes Wilton broadin part to the completion of the new mill and
of all operational facilities.—V. 187, p. 1547.
'

division

and

final

public offering about June

proposed

a

by members of the Searle family or be held in trust for their benefit. *,
The selling shareholders stated that the decision to sell a portion

1.

Royal McBee Corp.—Recalls 500 Employees—

dry

of extensive bulk handling of
"'"v,';:; '

being capable

as

187,

chemicals.—-V.

payable

stock,

common;

director

a

mately 51%

dividend
10, 1958 to

in

terminal were made by a team of RCI s engineers
and chemists headed by P. J. Ryan, Vice-President in charge of the
©outhern Division, whose responsibilities will include its overall oper¬
ation.
The terminal will have a capacity of several million gallons of
liquids

and

-

-

.

the new

for

Plans

of

for

shares

President,

Anderson,

stock

common

by a group of underwriters headed by Smith, Barney & Co. Of the
to be offered,
180,000 shares will be sold by trustees of the
Marion Starlc Trust and 70.000 shares by John G. Searle.
President

1958

for Federal and

,

,

,

share

per

B.

Whittall

the

,

19.

quarter of

after provision

$87,019,

its

of

11

first

the

explained that
Mass. division and Roxbury Southern division at
which manufacture axminster, velvet and tufted
a
profit for the period. The loss was attributed

deep

May

on

cents

20

Charles

water terminal on the ship channel at Mobile,
Ala., will be built by this corporation, Henry H. Reichhold, President,

eaid'

period of

the

for

the same period last year, but it showed

over

stockholders of record as of May

provision was made for such deferred tax in 1957.
$ Includes $130,000 profit from sale of investments.

$1,000,000

for

sales

its

that

State.taxes on income.

reserved for deferred income taxes.

of $52,000

deduction

loss

net

a

reveals

company

$5,056,641, up 2lhr/o

Despite the operating loss, the -directors recently declared a

•

A

The

were

per

*After

shares

Roxbury Carpet Co.—Sales Up 2.%.%—

.

Inc.—Sales Up—Earnings Off—

Eeithhold Chemicals,

.

*

.

.

(2338)

company

Vice-President

previously

Burns,

Webber
road

and at present

organization.

Scott Paper Co.—Plans Expansion—

Honorary Chairman of" the Board of the Republic
Adams, Honorary Chairman of the Board Of
in Dallas and a Republic director since January,

Nathan

First National

Bank

Thomas

1940; E. E. Shelton, President, Dallas Federal Savings and Loan Asso¬
ciation, who was elected to Republic's Board in January, 1951, and
W. H. Shook, Attorney and former General Counsel of the Insurance
Company, who was named a director in March, 1929.—V. 173, p. 1683.
»

:

;

B.

President,

McCabe,

expressing

is

company

its

19, announced that this
the future by planning an

in

and

This

does

office building.—V.

not include the
187, p. 1938.

of

cost

Safim

Metallic!), Italian firm
have formed a jointly owned
A.

Lightfoot

Walker,

The

firm

new

to

will

It

manufacture

SEC—

capital

$1

value.—V.

par

185,

p.

2603.

Total Assets Up—

steel

concrete forms.

Net

Number

..

agreement

Airlines,

corporation

750,000
sale

the

in

July

Rhem

1,

and

Safim

company.—V. .187, p., 1359.

new

each

of

asset

—V.

will

■

•

shares

through

underwriter
Use

its

The

of

has

public

its

James

'best

Inc.—Registers
May

on

10c

H.

agreed

efforts"

offering

filed

15

the

offered

Gables,

shares

250,000

distribute

and

be

Coral

of

Inc.,

Co.,

purchase

to
to

price

&

to

stock,

common

par

Price

shares

value

per

outstanding.
share

615,299 f
$21.69

.

>

department

187, p.

at

terms

are

public

Fla.

for. resale

"remaining

underwriting

Asset Value

—

Mich,

Niles,

The

and

to

500,000
shares.
to be supplied

Total

net

Number
Net

and

assets

value

•

2,005,687

outstanding---,
per

share-_-_-

;

„

-

on

There are no senior securities.

1958.

March 31,

outstanding on

each

the

common

$36.34

dividend

A

187, p. 928.

CAPITALIZATION

AS

MARCH "31,

OF

a

period of five
Riddle

years at

Airlines

is

an

in the United States

prices ranging from 75c to $3 per share.
all-cargo air carrier which serves various cities

and

Rico.

Puerto

It

for day

to day operations, the payment
liabilities.—V. 186, p. 1890.

current

to

proposes

proceeds of this offering for working capital.

Such

net

use. the

funds will

of accounts payable,

cash

be

and

used

other

Common

Seaboard & Western Airlines, Inc.—Service Extended

This

-

ended

corporation
March

29,

reports
1958

for

revenue

of

the

$10,929,206,

three

periods

compared

to

All-cargo air service from the United States has been extended to
Basel, Switzerland. The heavily-utilized Swiss port of trade on the
Rhine River has become the
16th European city served on the cor¬
poration's international all-cargo routes.
Other cities on Seaboard & Western European routes include Glas¬
gow,
London,
Brussels,
Amsterdam,
Hamburg,
Dusseldorf,
Cologne,
Frankfurt, Nuremberg, Stuttgart and Munich.—V. 187, p. 2271.

Sealed Power Corp.

(12

weeks i
for

1957, an increase of 6.2%.,
Galen

decrease

J.

Roush,

of

6.3%

Operating
first

on

a

last

calendar

of

three

quarters consist
In the fourth quarter.
The

of

earnings

class

were

and

A

per share

equal

common

stated

year's
of

to

that

13

each,

$206 066

was

of

a

$219 930

periods,

periods

the

with

per

share

on

before

taxes

on

estimated

31—

1958

Federal

and

'

$4,475,000
Canadian

.

1957

periods

with

shares

19

"

taxes

on

693,000

66,000

income

358,000

Net' income
per
p.

187,

$85,000

$335,000

$0.16

$0.62

share
928.

Robertshaw-Fulton
$16,574,093,

Controls

Thomas

T.

After provision
amounted

for

the

to

first

for Federal and State

$674,432.

quarter

This

31,

1958

earnings for

1957, were equal to 34 cents

share

taxes

of

totaled
of

1957

The

$782,000, net income

with

the
per

•

preceding
share.—V.

quarter,
187,

p.

UNDERWRITERS

ended

shares

of

—

stock
and

Earnings
first

outstanding
69

cents

before

quarter

they

for

Federal

the

at
the

income

amounted

end

same

to

of' the quarter, compared

period

taxes

in

were

$910,495.—V.

1957.
$953,119.

common

stock

set

187,

p.

!

In

2006. "

the

1957
,

Dec

31

This company on May 22 filed with the Securities and Exchange
Commission
a
\ registration statement covering 250,000 outstanding

740,126 shs.
of

wholly-

the plant of the Australian

i

below

named

have

severally
number

below:

forth

Shares

Shares

Clark,

Eichler & Co
& Kirk-

15,000
3,000
8,000

Hallowell, Sulzberger, Jenks,
Kirkland & Co
Ira Haupt & Co
_
Hill Richards & Co

3,000

Higginson Corp

Hirsch & Co
—_
J. A. Hogle & Co
Howard, Weil, Labouisse,
Friedrichs & Co
The Johnson, Lane, Space
Corp.
Straus, Blosser & McDowell
Wagenseller & Durst, Inc.

Landstreet

Patrick, Inc
Davenport

Podesta
&

&

Co.

&

5,000

3,000

Co

Davis, Skaggs & Co

Halle &

with

on

1

underwriters

The

Arthurs, Lestrange & Co.

Goodbody &

<G. D.) Searle & Co.i-Registers With SEC—

-

1437.

common

$450,995

current

-Outstanding

$221,985

agreed to purchase from the selling stockholders the respective

Fusz-Schmelzle

corporation reports for the first quarter of 1958 net sales of
$10,970,703, compared with $11,406,674 for the first quarter of 1957.
Net profit
totaled $474,819, equivalent to 73 cents per share of

of

amount

mortgage

5,000

Co.,

5,000

Inc.

6,000

,5,000

Co

Stieglitz

'2,500

The

net income of $1,384 037
earnings were equal after
to 40 cents per share versus 84 cents

compares

of 1957.

preferred dividend requirements,
per 6bare a year ago.
Common

Marcd

total

balance of which in Australian pounds is the

principal

Francis I. duPont & Co

cents

Co.—Earnings Off

compared with $19,620,019 in the first quarter
Arden, President, announced on April 18.

the

equivalent of $77,056), all of which has been guaranteed by the company.
^Includes 18,000 shares reserved for issuance pursuant to the com¬

Cruttenden,

—V.

in

$800,000 shs.

—

pany's Employees' Stock Option Plan.

Bateman,

151,000

income

Sealright-Oswego Falls Corp.—Earnings Higher—

*,£!LS£leS for the three months ended

indebtedness

subsidiary, the

Lee

$5,887,000

company's

four

:

(& Subs.)—Sales & Earns. Lower

March

Estimated Federal & Canadian

1,150,000

combined, compared
187, p. 1437.

Ended

;

Earnings

cents

18

stock

profit

ligure

four-week

three

in the 1957 period—V.

net

12-week

Months

sales—

Income

President,

from

Three
Net

$1)

(par

owned subsidiaries (including a

of

$10,292 469

stock

*Excludes

■

Roadway Express, Inc.—Gross Up Net Down—

1958

Authorized

by amendment.

Ir. addition to the underwriting and selling commission,
the company has agreed to sell to the underwriter, for $6 000
trans¬
ferable warrants to purchase a total of 600,000 common shares over

stock which have been paid

1946,

since

year

share.

per

1,99.5,729

$33.59

'

»

Simplicity had net sales of $17,303,000 and
equal to $1.76 per share on the 740,126

1957

$1,300,000,

are currently at the annual rate of 80 cents
of 20 cents per share has been declared, pay¬
able June 23 to stockholders of record June 9
*-

in

$67,361,807 $72,528,793

_

of

DIVIDENDS—Dividends

1957

1958

of shares

asset

—V.

income

net

shares

As of May 15—

patterns.
Primary outlets are
Operations are world-wide but
Canada. Plants are located
in Canada, Scotland and Australia.
•
i
chain

and

of sales are in the United States and

90%

928.

stores

the
stores.

describe

which

material

fashion

654,714
$24.43

EARNINGS—In

covering

for

identified
')

are

BUSINESS—Company and its subsidiaries are engaged in the busi¬
of
manufacturing
and selling printed
patterns primarily - for
clothing and in the publication of catalogs and

Lower—

statement

is

:

With SEC—

registration

a

financing; pro¬

women's and children's

.

Scudder, Stevens & Clark Fund, Inc.

Riddle
The

effective

interest

an

represent new

not

ness

1958
1957
$17,684,593 $15,992,886

.

•

50%

does

to selling stockholders who

go

apply

It
,

As of May 15—
Total
net
assets

a

will

sale

the

company;

completion of this sale, the company intends
for listing of its stock on the New York Stock Exchange.
currently traded on the American Stock Exchange.
<

to

containers, water heaters and highway guard rails under
license from Rheem, as well as certain other products now made by
©afim, including Safim steel construction angles, kitchen cabinets and
Under

the

LISTING—Following

.

Scudder, Stevens & Clark Common Stock Fund, Inc.—

chipping

have

from

with

sold

stock

PROCEEDS—The
ceeds

amendment on May 19,

stock,

in Milan, Italy, according to
and Commendatore Francesco

Rheem-Safim.

investment company filed an

registration statement covering an additional 200,000 shares

of

Fusti e Imballaggi
make Rheem products,

:

named

is

1950

company

Bonelli, Safim President.
<

This New York
1958 to its

Azioni

per

President,

Rheem

on

research center

new

a

Scudder Special Fund, Inc.—Registers With
(Socleta
licensed since

and

company

Higginson Corp. headed

which

'

Rheem Manufacturing Co.—Italian Affiliate Formed—
This

an underwriting group
May 22 offered for public sale 112,500 shares
of $1 par value common stock at a price of $13.50 per
share. This offering was oversubscribed.

—Lee

expenditure of $14,000,000 in 1958 for additional plant, machinery and

equipment.

Offered

Simplicity Pattern Co., Inc.—Common Stock

,

May

on

confidence

Walston
—V.

&

5,000

5,000
5,000
3,000
6,000
5,000
5,000
5,000

Co., Inc

Winslow, Cohu & Stetson—

186, p. 1741.

3,000
5,000

5,000
'

Southern

Frontier Finance

isters Proposed Stock
The company filed a

1958,

covering

stock

is

to

be

offered

shares
for

>

Offering With SEC—

registration statement with the SEC on May

2,000,000

'

Co., Raleigh, N. C.—Reg¬

of

public

(Continued

its
sale

50c
at

par

$1

on page

common

per

52)

share

stock.
by

15,

The

company

Volume 187

Number 5745

,

The Commercial and Financial
Chronicle

.

.

(2339)

11

11

Par

Name oJ

Dividend announcements
tables.

In

nounced

during the

a

second

the

are

grouped in two separate
indicate all the dividends an¬

first we

current week.

table in which

Then

Name of Company

Abbott

Laboratories,

41*

.

preferred

Adams

(quar.)

Agricultural Insurance Co.

A

at

(N.

for

6-16

Consolidation Coal Co.

6-

6-16

7-

1

6-16

Crown

7-

1

6-16

Crucible

30

at

$100
6-30

25c

6-13

(quar.)

40c

6-27

6-

2

7-

6-

2

(N.

50c

6-24

6-

6-10

5-27

6-7

5-29

50c

7-

6-13

3

6-11
6-11

Diana

6-

Diversified

$2.25

2

Common

6-30

78c

5-29

'

6-17

50c

4-1H

Dover

6-12

6- 3

:

Industries, Ltd.

Three shares of 51*
for each share

Drilling

<fc

7-1

6-16

Duncan

Electric,

50c

6-30

6-

$25c
Ltd.—

5

6-30

6-

7-15

5-27

9

*

du

$1.50

6-16

124 c

7-

6-16

paying

3.751*

the

American

Being

5-23
6-

2

6-13

G-

4

in

paid

Calumet

&

Wire &
A

6-

2

2

,

.

(Philip)

Castle

M.)

Co.

;
!

;

action

this

(quar.)
Corp.
(quar.)——

taken

Chile

Copper

-Christiana
7'r

Securities,

4%

6-16

6-

American

7-

1

G-

Funsten

G

payment

(quar.)

deposit receipts ordinary

7-

3

6-30

5-30
5-30

6-30

f

5-30

Gary
>

(R. E.)

Co.,

Railways,

40c "

7-18

9

7-18

$1.15

6-

,

2

5-29

6-30
777-

1

5-16

1

1

,

6-10
6-10

7-

1

6-10

6-13
6-19
6-24

6-

2

6-

3

6-

6

4c

6-

2

5-20

6-

2

5-20

6-

2

5-20

7-

1

6-13

—

(quar.)
2nd preferred
(quar.)-

(quar.)_
(quar.)

50c

7-

3

6-

4

Manifold

&

Corp.

General Telephone

$2.371 i
$1.25

preferred

$1.40

Printing Co.
(quar.)

Co.

preferred

General Telephone

(quar.)

—

40c

6-28

$1,124

7-

1

374c

7-

2

6-16

6-30

6-16

6-30

6-13

6-

this

6

65c

7-

1

6-

7-

1

6-

61*

5

$1.50

5

6-12

6-

6- 6

9

6-20

Maine

6-25

6-10

Kuhlman Electric Co.,

6-16

6-28

6-16

75c

6-30
6-12

6-

7-1

6-

5-26

Glens

1

6-20

Globe-Union,

6-30

6-12

Gold

50c

6-25

6-11

Goodrich

$1.75

7-

.1

6-17

$1

1

6-17

Quarterly

Co.

(N.

Y.)

(quar.)—

(quar.)

Telegraph (quar.)
F.)

Co.

(quar.)

5-29

7-1

6-2

$2

6-21

6-

50c

—

6-13

6- 2

6-16

5-31

$15c

—.

■

6

•

•

;

(quar.)-

35c

6-30

$1.07

7-

6-

9

$3

6-9
6-9

7-

$1.08

1

7-1

$1.1216

6-9

1

6- 2

5-19

(s-a)—_

$3

6- 2

5-19

$3

6-

5-19

2

6-16
6-14

5-31

60c

7-

6-13

$1.50

'

6-

l->

6-23

-

2

5-29

6-16

6- 2

7--1-

6-

25a

7-

1

G- 2

20c

(Increased)—

6-12

5-30

8-1*^

7-19

6-15

6-

6-

5-21

1334c

—

(quar.)

.

>

7V6c

.

15c

Blower

Co.

(dividend

Ins.

Corp.

2

6

5

deferred

at

this

(Richmond, Va.)—
15c

——

(quar.)

3-26
2

Lincoln Service Corp.

6-16

5-

6

Common

6-15

6-

2

$1.50

7-

6-

6

Lincoln

51*

1

124c

6-25

6-

2

6-

1

5-23

9-

1

8-22

Lionel

(Wash.,

5-30

6-16

5-29

7-

1

6-11

$1.75
25c

—

6-12

5-26

20'*

7-12

6-12

374c

—

—

this

at

6-12

6-16

3c

(quar.).C.) —

(quar;)
Inc.
(dividend

6-13

5-26

payment

time)

Corp. (quar.)
(P.) Co., common
preferred (quar.)

Lorillard
71*

D.

(quar.)

Stores,

omitted

G- 6

6-23

4c

dividend

preferred

6-20

20c

6-

20c

(interim)

6-30

70c

7-

$1.75

7-

1

6-18

10-

1

9-17

Louisiana Land & Exploration
(quar.)
Luminator-Harrison (quar.)

6-23

6- 6

Machlctt Laboratories

6-30

6-

6-

1

-

7-1

«-

2

5-16

$35c

7-

1

6-

2

7-

1

6-

2

7-

35c

Co., Ltd.—
1st preferred (quar.)
-51* 1st preferred (quar.)—
MacLaren Power & Paper Co.

6-

2

Madison Gas & Electric

6-

6

7-

1

6-

6

Magor Car Corp. (quar.)
Mangel Stores (quar.)

7-

1

6-

6

7-

1

6-

6

$1.25

7-

1

6-

6

7-

1

6-

6

6-13

5-27

124c

7-15

6-30

374c

7-31

7-17

7- 1

6-

7-

1

7-

1

5

35c

"

6-16

7-

1

6-16
6-14

25c

6-

2

5-23

124c

6-

2

5-23

$1.15

7-

1

6-13

20c

7-

1

6-13

124c

6-12

6-

2

6-12

6-

2

c

6-12

6-

2
2

6-12

6-

25c

7-

1

6-13

20c

6-10

$1.50
55c

1

6-30

6-13
6-

6

6-30

6-10

5-19
5-27

*

9-31

3-13

8-29

6-27-

5-30

45o
50c

6-27

0-13

30c

—_—

0-10-

6-15

6- 5

$$1.40
"

7^2

$30c

7—1

30c

$1,124

6-

7-15

12c

3114c

6-29

6

7- 2
-

6-27

7-

6-14

1

8- 9

7-1

•

1

7-

-

6-9

Massachusetts Investors Growth Stock Fund,
Inc.

5c

Matson

Mays

Protective

Assn.

(J.

W.),

Inc.

Corporation

McCrory

(quar.)
(quar.)
(quar.)

Lumber

34'*

McDermott
Common

$1

McGraw-Hill

Merck & Co.,

$4

2nd

Mesta

common

35c

preferred

6-27
6-12

6-

6

6-

6

5-30
6-

3

7-

1

6-20

7-

1

6-13

7-

1

6-13

874c
-

5-30

6-12

$1

,1—

6-12

6-30

30c

;

7-1

15c

(quar.)

(qiiar.)

6-27

6-14

25c

(quar.)
(quar.)

Co.

1

$30c

(s-a)

(quar.)

preferred

Machine

5-23

6-16

-

50c

(quar.)

Refrigerating Co.

7-10

7-

15c

(quar.)

participating preferred

6-20

6-16

35c

.

Wo

Merchants

1

6-30

15c

(quar.)

Publishing

1

6-10

88c

McKay Machine Co.
Melchers Distilleries, Ltd.—
McLellan Stores Co.

78-

20c

(quar.)

—

Co.

6- 5

15c

(J. Ray) & Co., common (quar.)
voting trust certificates (quar.)

McGraw-Edison

5-26

6-16

25c

(quar.)

Stores Corp., com.
preferred
(quar.)

5-29

5-29

40c

.

8-25

374c

(quar.)

Navigation Co.

McCloud River

$3.50
$$1

6-10

'

$50c

Maryland Shipbuilding 6s Dry Dock—
Common
(quar.)
441* preferred (quar.)

5-29

7-

•

5-29

|

$$1.25

.

Manufacturers Life Insurance (Toronto)
(s-a)
Maple Leaf Gardens Ltd. (quar.)—
Marquette Cement Mfg. Co., 61* pfd. (quar.)
Marsh (M.) & Sons (quar.)

McCall
53c

0-10

$$1.25

(quar.)
(quar.)—

1

6-30

10c

6-10

5c

(quar.)

6-13

174c

—

6

6- 3

6- 3

MacKinnon Structural Steel

6

10c

Insurance

6-13

45c

5-26

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. of Canada, Ltd.

7-

6

V

40c

6-13

124

7-

7-

(s-a)

C

25c

10c

(B.

•

$0,087

6-13

6-14

" 6c

40c

Leverage Fund of Canada, Ltd
Lexington Venture Fund
Liggett & Myers Tobacco, 71*/. pfd.

6-13

& Stock

.

preferred (quar.)

Leonard Refineries

2

1

Inc.

s

Increased

6-20

1

Falls

common

5161*-preferred A (quar.)
Kuncr-Empson Co., common

6-r«

25c

7-

6-24

1

time)

7-

50c

6-13

7-

2

$1.25

(quar.)

6-30

25c

6-

$1.23

Co.
(quar.)
Co., class A (quar.)—

$1

89V6c

—

6-14

(quar.)

B

'

•

Corp
(quar.)—

6-28

(quar.)

Cement

6-13

35c

6-16

preferred

Distilleries

6-30

*

-

——

Copper
Oil

Massachusetts

Extra

2

!

-*

6-30

31'Ac

(quar.)

2

6-

-

preferred B

$1

6-

5-30
6-

6-16

time)

75c

6-16

6-30'
6-20

25c

(quar.)—

25c

6

6-13

&

non-cumulative

Kewanee

6- 2

1

25c

Kimberly-Clark Corp. (quar.)
Kirsch Company (quar.)__

preferred

Glenmore

$1216c

.

—.6—

Gas

Kennecott

6- 6

10c

'7-

:

-

Kellogg Co. (quar.)
Kelscy Hayes Co. (quar.)

5-26

$5.00

Portland

'

40c

31* non-cumulative preferred
Katz Drug Co. (quar.)

5-31

6-30

10c

6-10

G-30

.

-

& Electric Co., com.
preferred
(quar.)
4161* preferred (quar.)
$4.32 preferred (quar.)
Kansas, Oklahoma <fc Gulf Ry.—
6'r* cumulative preferred A (s-a)

6

6-

59%c

—

(quar.)
General
Telephone Co. of Pennsylvania—
$2.10 preferred (quar.)
Georgia Marble, common (quar.)
Wo preferred (quar.)
Georgia Power Co., $4.60 preferred (quar.)—

Class

Y.)

6-30

$50c
'

Battery Co. (dividend payment omitted

at

6-12

of Illinois—

(quar.)
Co. of Ohio—

preferred

Giant

Chemicals—

t.

K W

5-31

20c

General Fireprooflng Co.. (reduced)

65c

^

6-16

15c

$1.75




$$1.75

25c

^

$1.10

(interim)

5

$4.92
6-25

(N.

20c

(quar.)

preferred (quar.)

General

6-10

&

2c

Texas

preferred "$100 par" (quar.)preferred "$20 par" (quar.)

General Shoe

25c

preferred

6-

$$1.25
of

51*

6-10

1

75c

common

1

c

$$1.38
Co.

6(*
51*

6-10

7-

15c

Oil

General Contract Corp., common

9

$1.15

(quar.)

General Box Co.

8-

2c

preferred (quar.)

6-10

6-10

35c

preferred

5-29

8-

874c

Wo

6-20

r

—

51*

(quar.)—.

6-30

- -

501*

—

7-

574c

(quar.)

7-

524

5c
common

6-20

*

—

50c

Ltd.,

6-30

$2

56'Ac

—-——

7-15
6-30

$1.3716

-

5«y4C

———

6-30

•

time.*

Storage, Ltd.—
convertible preferred (quar.)

G>*

5

15c

6-13
1

this

—

5

6-

15c

Inc.^—

American

at

Co.

Jersey Mortgage Co., $4 non-cum. pfd. (s-a)
Manville Corp. (quar.)

Stock

(quar.)

6-30

7-15

$1.25

•

8c

common

6-30

7-15

$1.16

«

10c

(quar.).

-

Gatlneau Power Co.

General

'

-

(quar.)-..—

Machinery

series

Garrett Corp. (quar.)
Stock dividend

5-31

6-30

Paper

(quar.)
4',2 % preferred (quar.)
4 Va'/W preferred (quar.)

5-31

6-14

&

7-18

:

$1

—_

1

7-15

93^40

:

5-29

5-29

-8-

30c

—

omitted

Minerals

Johnston Terminals

5

6-

$1.25

—

—

9

6-12

25c

(quar.)^_

—„^

6-

6-23

6-12

1216c

Johns

at

Common

\,,.6- 6

6-14

50c

i

6-

1
1

•

61*

Life Insurance Co. (stock dividend)
Fundamental Investors, Inc.
(quarterly from
net
Investment
income)

6-10

6-30
6-30

-

(quar.)

1

77-

•

Y.)—1

Franklin

6

payment

Irving Trust Co.

Franklin Custodian Funds—

624C

City Products Corp. (quar.)
Cluett Peabody &
Co., com.
71*

6

3-28

$1

Co.

preferred

6-

5-28

$1.50

(quar.)

7-

$0.51875

—

20o

«
-

common

'

"

7-2

-

124 c

(quar.)

5

Ford Motor, Ltd.—
Corrugated

*

Y.)

5

6-

—

—

Steel

$1.1834

(N.

5

6-

1

25c

—

Bank

6-

1

7-

—

(quar.)—

Worth

4c

Quarterly
Chesebrough-Pond's Inc. (quar.)
Chicago Great Western Ry., com.

1

7-

—

(quar.)

(quar.)—

Worth

15c '

—

(quar.)—

7-

50c

(Jersey City)

common

Forth

60c

41*

& Lumber

Bros.,

(quar,>

Investment Co. of America—
From net investment Income

Lau

2

30c

A

National Bank

preferred

com.

-

Telephone

Lawyers Title

6c/o

(quar.)

—_

7-10

524c
$0.46875

Bell

"

2

7-31

'

'

—

7-10

7-25 V

•

6-

$43^40

———

;

7-25

35c

(quar.)

(N.

dividend

6-

on

:

874c

'

1

6-30

—————

class

B
(quar.)
preferred (quar.)
Chemical Corn Exchange

$5

taken

time

6-23

$$1

•

—.

on

Fisher

2

time)

Class

preferred

6-

.*■

this

7

$20c

Certain-teed Products Corp. (quar.)
Chance Vought Aircraft (increased)

5'*

6-30

Carpet Co.—
action

No

6-10

$25c

•

Chicago Mill

f

374c

(quar.)

preferred (quar.)—
preferred (quar.)
61*
preferred (quar.)
Century Electric Co. (quar.)

,

4-

7-10

20c

—:—_

(no

Manufacturing,

5-29
.

$20c
com.

5-26

—

Forth

(quar.)

conv.

Chatham-

12c

20c

10c

Warehouse
(quar.)—
Power Co., com. (quar.)
preferred (quar.)
4.6'* -preferred
(quar.)

4.61*

Firth

2

Insurance

20c

Maine

4.751*

1

Preferred

3.50'*

,

6-16

Fire

41*

Detroit

Central

6-16

2

Inc.

6-13

6-30*

»

25c

(quar.)—

15c

Shops,

'

40c

(quar.)
preferred (quar.)
International Telegraph of

5-29

—

6-17

.

41*

5-29

6-14

Extra

Fidelity-Phenix
Quarterly

Ltd.—

Tractor, common
preferred- (quar.)

4.201*

6-

7-

60c

Caterpillar
Central

6-16

$15c

Mfg.

General

"&

(A.

at

2

7-

101*

:

Corp.

6-

20c

,

-—

payment

2

6-

H H 00

Cable Co.,

Products

Carriers

Federal United Corp., $3 preferred
Federated Publications (quar.)

$0,016

(quar.)

dividend

5-15
6-

dividend

fquar.)—
preferred (quar.)

Capitol

2

6r,23

6-12 *

preferred

Carey

6-

First

common

B"(quar;"J
Canadian Celanese, Ltd.,
$1

Fanny Farmer Candy

6-12

Class

$1.75

6-13
6-13

'

Campbell Soup (quar.)
Class

5-29

1
1

35c

cash

5-27

624c

Electric

Bond & Share Co. (quar.)—
Electrol, Inc.
Emery Air Freight (s-a)
Excelsior Insurance Co. of N. Y.
(quar.)

7-

6-12

—

$4.75 preferred' (quar.)

Canada
-

6-13

3114c

——-—_■

Inc.,

6-16

$1.1834

Corp. (quar.)

Hecla

6-16

1

—

J

-

6-27

-

(Calif.)—

4.281*

7-

35c

,

:=-

5-20

1

50c

a

—

67o preferred (quar.)
Edgewater Steel Co. (quar.)

Ltd.—

of

;

$1.50

-Burlington Steel, Ltd. (quar.)
Burma Mines, Ltd.-*American deposit rets, ordinary
Burry Biscuit (s-a)
C I T Financial

2

7-

*

10c

——

lieu

67-

25c

$1A3:,4

Watch Co.

(quar.)

Power, Ltd.—
preferred (accum.)

2

4

■

Ltd.—

Common

5-27

6-10

Kootenay

50c

Brooklyn Borough Gas (quar.»
BroWn-McLaren Mfg. (stock dividend)———
Buffalo Eclipse (stock dividend)
Bulova

6-10

50c

-

6G-

6-13
<

:

International

6-11

51'Ac
-

$25c

(quar.)

shares

2

6-13

(quar.)

Eastern Gas & Fuel
Associates, com. (quar.)
441* preferred (quar.)—
Eastern Stainless Steel Corp.
(quar.)
Eastman Kodak, common

6-20

$1

—

Co.,

7

$1,124
—

6-2
v

payment.

Insular Lumber Co.-1—

2

50c

;

6-16,

6-16

25c
.

preferred

Co.

6-

6-13

(quar.)—

Stores,

Aluminum

(quar.)—

6-16

75c

Inspiration Consolidated Copper (reduced)—

6-24

6-16
"

10c

*

6-9

50c

Arner. dep. rets,
ordinary (stock dividend)
Imperial Life Assurance (Canada)
(quar.)—
Imperial Tobacco (Canada), Ltd.—
Ordinary (Interim)

9-30

$1.50

(quar.)

preferred

10-31

$1.25

1

30c

—

Brummell Ties (quar.)—Beech Creek RR. Co.
(quar.t
Belgium Stores," Ltd., 51* pfd. (quar.)—
Bessemer & Lake Erie RR.
Co., $3 pfd. (s-a)
Black, Sivalls & Bryson, common (quar.)—
$4.75 preferred (quar.)

Mfg.

-•

5-23

25c

(quar.)
Imperial Chemical Industries—

2

6-30

20c

8-

40c

—

British

6-

7-31

20c

_

—

East

of Amer.

(quar.)
& Lomb Optical, common
(quar.)_preferred (quar.)—_—

Brillo

6-25

'

Co., common

5-23

„T

Common

1

$25c
$25c~

7-10

(reduced)

5-23

6-12

6-12

,

50c

6-16

$1

.

Industries

(quar.)
Inc. (quar.)
Book-of-the-Montt» Club (quar.)
"Briggs & Stratton (quar.)

A

5-23

6-12

Guaranty Co. (Brooklyn, N. Y.)—

preferred (quar.)
5161* preferred (quar.)

5-27

5-23

5-28

124c

1

71*

Bausch

$5.75.

6-10

0-20

——

7-

100'*

Beau

Bond

6-15

5-23

6-12

50c

-

51*

5-23

6-30

6-12
6-12

134c

Houston Oil Field Material Co.—

Kaonsas

45c

(quar.)_—-

Paper Mills
Building & Equipment Corp.
Quarterly

6-10

,

2'Ac
-

—

(quar.)—
preferred (quar.)
4.IOC* preferred
(quar.)
4.15C* preferred (quar.)

Badger
Bank

6-20

-5-26

1334e

preferred (quar.)—
preferred (quar.)„
4A01* preferred (quar.)—

5-23

6-20
6-13

2

12'ic

41*

Illinois

preferred

4.201*

6-20

45c

41*

distri¬

5-29

*"

6-30
6-

25c

3"41*

5-15

6-12

12c

Worts,

Household Finance Corp.,

3-31

1

6-13

25c

Co., common
preferred (quar.)

$2.10
of

'

6-30
"

6-30

20c

•

Duquesne Light

single payment in¬
Payable and record

"

&

preferred
$4.50 preferred

5-31

6-

6-10

:

*

1

3

-

(reduced)--—
(quar.)—
■

(E. I.)

$3.50

r.

6-

5-29

124 c

—

common

preferred

Pont

class

(reduced)

Dunham-Bush,

.

Furniture

Industries

Class B
51*

241*

-

1

(stock dividend)
preferred ($0.10) stock

held)
(quar.)
Exploration Co.

Dresser

6-16

,

7-

20c

20c

Fund, Inc.'—

25c

37160

:
Honolulu Rapid Transit Co., Ltd.,
51* preferred (quar.)__:

*

6-13

7-

Quarterly
Home Title

'

$1.50
*

(quar.)

-

1

6-27

5-26

5-26

40c

(quar.)

—

'

$1.08

5-29

124 c

—:

7-22
7-1

(quar.)

Action deferred on dividend
Home Fire ,& Marine

.

*

$20c

Insurance

5-29

—

Quarterly from net Investment income-.
Donnacona Paper Co. Ltd., common

$1.18

that

and
a

6-

6-17

the balance of

cover

5

6- 2

6-10

7-13

1

12Vjc

(See
Walker
(Hiram)
Holly Stores, Inc.—

5

6-

$1.25;

—

53 V»c

(quar.)

-

quarterly.

6-10
-•

6-26
6-30

•

(quar.)wM.-

dividend, to

7-10
'

50c
30c

25c

pfd.

Industries,

6-

6-26

6-16

;

1

-*

6-16

6-20

78c

(quar.)—

2

Stock

6-30

Horders, Inc.

2

Corp.

6-10

'

6-20

'

$$1.29

common

6

5-29

8-

37MiC

.

preferred

Quarterly

-

-

Growth

6-10

1

$1.50

—

Stores

6-30
7-

$1.50

7-

G

*

50c

-

common

5-26
6-10

10c

:

Preferred

Telephone,

6-20

121/ac

(quar.)
Sugar
(quar.)
Less 51*
Haytlan withholding tax
Ileileman (G.) Brewing Co.
(quar.)
Hewitt-Robbins, Inc. (quar.)
Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co.—
Increased quarterly
Hiram-Walker Gooderham <te

5-26

624c

7-

6-13

6-10

40c

-

7-

6-30

3

6-10

31*

(quar.)
(quar.)_
(quar.)-

224c

5-29

7-

6-30

45c

Consolidated

Detroit Steel Corp.,

5-29

7-19

'

Mines—
shares
Del Monte Properties Co.
(quar.)_

-

Haytian-American

(quar.)-

(quar.)

Engineering Corp.

preferred (quar.)
preferred (quar.)
5.10'*
preferred (quar.)
5\21* preferred (quar.)

time)

America

6-

51*

*

75c

4334C

1

6-10

15c
-

dates
have
not
yet
been
determined.
Automatic Canteen Co. of America
(quar.)-.:
Stock dividend (subject to stockholders
approval on July 16th)
Automatic Fire Alarm Co. (Del.)

4%

5

2

624c

40c

20c

(quar.)-

(Interim)

this

(quar.)
;
Dewey Portland Cement Co., class A
Class B (quar.)
Dl-Noc Chemical Arts
(quar.)
Diamond Alkali Co.
(quar.)-—

_

(quar.)_„_

Transport, Inc.—
61* conv. preferred (accum.)
Atlantic Co. (quar.)
Atlas Corp.—
Company declared its Intention

Bassett

66-

6-13

*6-6
" 6- 6

$1

4.801*

6-30
6-16

6-30

5-12

6-30

(quar.)
:
(quar.)

Co.

'

6-30

Harris-Intertype Corp.

5.301*

at

-

DeBeers

Hawaiian

124c

Common div. payment omitted
at this time
5 So preferred
(quar.)

4

10c

■

Corp.

year,

6-

5-29

10c

Associated

of

6-13

6-10

<

Hart-Carter

50c

Extra

5-29

35c

(reduced!

(quar.)_«rf-

com.

R Pilot Plants

American

(quar.).

the calendar

6-14

30c

(quar.)

D &

5

5

50c

Dayton Malleable Iron—

,

bution would be in

1

J.)—

(from ordinary

-

of

66-

174c

±

Corp.

Co.

6-12

6-16

5-23

35c

'

6-10

$1.25

Ltd., class A (quar.)
Mfg. Co. (quar.)
'
;

6-16

"

-

6-10

2

Brass,

30c

5-29

7-

6- 2

2

$1.06>4
—

Insurance (quar.)
Ltd

Hamilton

6-2

25c

Arkansas Power &
Light, 4.321*
4:721* preferred (quar.)
Art Metal Construction

stead

Ilalin

6-16

„

Steel

Curtiss-Wrlght Corp.
Cutler-Hammer, Inc.

$1

(quar.)

Anderson-Prichard Oil Corp., coin,
(quar.)
4.1A1*. preferred (quar.)
Anglo American Corp. of South
Africa, Ltd.
Apex -Smelting "Co. (quar.)

,

6-16

7-

$1.75
12VaC

9-20

1

6* 2

6-15

30c

Mines,

1

25c

dividend

Zellerbach

Gulf Life
Gunnar

1

(quar.)
Petioleum
(quar.)

Stock

6-20

6-20

15c

-

'

1
1

Aircraft

10c

preferred

Costien

1

7-15

7-

7-

7-

—

Cunningham Drug Stores

(quar.)
Surety Co. (N. Y.)«.
Telephone& Telegraph Co. (quar.)
Anaconda Company

stock

6So

6-16

2

7-

(entire issue

American

Electric

5-20

6-

$1.25

American

Ltd.

(dividend omitted
preferred' (quar.)—

s

Refining,

Corp.,

5#

$1.25

American Laundry
Machinery Co.

Oil

3

50C*

874c

American Locker
Co., class a
American Optical Co.
(quar.)

7*<•'- preferred

2

6-

'

Grumman

2

7-

■

Cooper^Jarrett Corp.
Copperweld Steel Co.—

30c

(quar.)

American Stamping Co.
American Sugar

6-

6-

1

10-

(quar.)

(quar.)(quar.)_

25c

(quar.)

Co.

:

American Rock Wool Corp.

6-13

6-15

American Export Lines
(quar.)
American Hoist & Derrick

Ordinary

(quar.)

Common

Quarterly

American Intornational
Corp.

1

6-14

133;c

June

on

7-

25c

7-

35c

-

Continental Commercial
Corp. (quar.)-;
60c preferred
(quar.)
^
Continental Copper <fc Steel
Industries (quar.)
Continental Insurance Co. (N.
Y.) (quar.)
Continental Steel Corp.

2

6-19

10c

(quar.)—

6*13

6-

6-30

6-15

,,$1.10
;

preferred (quar.)
Grinnel Corp. - (qua*.)

$1.25

common

6-23

6-23

6

.5-29

10c

(quar.)

preferred

(quar.)

Sugar, common (quar.)
(quar.)
Gregory Industries (quar.)__
Greyhound Corp., common (quar.)
4'41* preferred (quar.)

Holdera

Payable oj Rec.

15c

preferred

10c

7- 1

$1.25

341* preferred (quar.)
American District
Telegraph.

Associated

-

;

$4

$5

6-

_L

Western

25c

40c

$4

6-10

preferred

common

51*

(quar.)—

Consolidated Cigar Corp.,

3

2

6-16

10c

(quar.)

common

40c preferred
40c preferred

Great

When

Share

Paper,

21*

(s-a)

_

redemption

Fuel

Connohio, Inc.,

Power

1

share

Arkansas

10c

—

plus this dividend)
American Commercial
Barge Line
American Cyanamid. Co., common

income)

Connecticut Light &

5-30

71*

;

7-

time)

(quar.)
American Brake 8hoe, 4%
pfd.

a

6-20

dividend)

6-12

Per

Company

Northern

4.401*

534c

at

6-27

6-

name oj

time.

(qtiar.)_-

payment

(quar.)„

Y.)

American BosefaAnna
Corp., com.
51*
preferred A (quar.)__
51*
preferred B

Asbestos

2

this

preferred

common

-

6

7-

on

Columbia Title Insurance
(Wash. D. C.) (s-a)
Combined Insurance Co. of
America—
Commercial State Bank
(N. Y.—

6

6-

8c

{quar.)
Amalgamated Sugar Co.
(quar.)

per

6-

1

4)4It-

taken

15c

Artists -Pictures
Corp.—
541* preferred
.tquar.)
Aloe (A. S.) -Co.

called

1

action

this time.

(Stock

Payable of Rec.

Great

at

65c

preferred, ^-quar.)
Industries (quar.)

Allied

7-

payment omitted

this

Allen

of Rec.

7-

iquar.)

Alabama Great Southern
RR. ordinary
6 ye partic.
preferred (s-a>
Alan Wood Steel Co.
(com.
5 1*

Payable

$1

Express Co. <from
ordinary incomei
Insurance Co. (Hartford) (quar.)

Aetna

Holder»

45c

(quar.)

Engineering Co., class

Adams

When

Share
common

No

Share

.

omitted

*

Holders

Co.—

payment

Coleman Company,

we

Per

Company

(Dan)

Dividend

follow with

we

show the payments
previ¬
ously announced, but which have not
yet reached their
payment date.
.

Cohen

When

■

7-

1

6-13

624c

7-

1

6-16

6-

4

-

Financial Chronicle

The Commercial and
12

.

Monday, May 26, 1958

.

(2340)

Name of Company

this timet

omitted at

National

37 %C

7-15

6-20

—

Stock series

—-

3c
—

Car Corp., Ltd.
Co. (quar.)

7-15

6-16

Sonoco

6-30

6-20

South

25c

Cement

5-29

7-

6-10

—

England Electric System (quar.)—
England Gas & Electric Association—
Common
(quar.)
—

New

25c

$2

(quar.)

preferred

Oak

5-31

Casualty Insurance

Co., common

Ohio Edison

r.

6-

12c

6-16

66c

6-30

,

2

6-16

7-

1

6-16

Stuart Company (quar.):
Sundstrand Machine Tool

1

6-16

Swift

6-13

6-13

6-30

6-16

20c

5-28

Orange & Rockland Utilities, Inc.—
Preferred "D"
(initial)————
(quar.)—.
Oshkosh B'Gosh Inc. (quar.)

Pacific

Clay

Pacific

Coast

G%

2nd

Products
Co., 5%

Co.

Parker-Hannifin
Paton

quar.)

.

G%

.

preferred

Penn-Dixie

(J. C.)

Penney

(quar.)

Cement

——

(quar.)

Co.

Permian

Basin

Pet Milk Co.,

Pipe

—

Line

Pickle

Piedmont

Natural

Gas

Brewing

Pittsburgh
$2.50

Mines

—

Co.

under

(accum.)-:

Co.

Electric

7-25

6-10

7-

6-10

17 %c

1

6-13

6-

7-

6-

1

Title

Todd

6

6-25

——

6-30

6-10

Transformer

7%c

6-20

6-

7-

1

6-10

7-

1

G-10

6-10

5-20

3

Electric

6-13

6-

6-30

5-31

6-16

5-30

1

6

Common
$1.40

(quar.)

pref.

Disc

,

6-30

30c

6-30

5%

3

6-

5

6-15

6-

2

7-

6-16

1

6-30

6-30

$1.02

6-30

5-29

$1.2614

6-30

5-29

75c

6-2

6-12

Raybestos-Manhattan

7-

1

6-13

7-

1

6-13

85c

(1

penny

per

5

share)
(interim)
Antelope Copper Mines,

American

Ross

Gear

Ltd.

&

Tool

Oil

Dividend

Co.,

10c

6-30

6-20

6-16

6-

(quar.

7-25

2

7-21

the

2

1

CO

40c

)
shares)

$0.9223

7-15

6-

7-30

6-13

6-

3

2

5-15

6-20

5-28

omitted

at

2

6-

5

this

Mfg.,

preferred

Aluminium

7-

6-28

6-11

1

7-10

Ltd.

Aluminum

(reduced).

common

(reduced)—...

8-

1

7-10

8-

1

7-10

8-

1

7-10

$3.75

8-

1

7-10

American

8-

1

7-10

Aluminum

Co.

of

)

America,

preferred

—

Aggregates Corp., common

1

7-10

1

7-10

7-

1

6-

10c

6-13

5-23

American Art Metals Co., 6%
6%
preferred (quar.)

25c

7-

1

G-13

American Bakeries Co., common

25c.

7-

1

6-13

4%%

43c

6-

2

5-23

American

40c

5-31

5-21

37 Vac

6-10

6-

—

6%%
2nd

7-

1

6-16

470c

6-10

—

6-

1

5<fc

6-10

6-

5-26

—

___—

(quar.t

Cast

preferred

American

Chain

American Chicle Co.

5-29

American

Dryer

6-30

American

Electronics

7-15

6-30

(quar.)

Inc.

5c

Ltd.,

7%
>

U.

"

Gas

Greetings Corp., class A

5-

»

7-

1

7-

1

6-13

8-

1

7-

the

Utah

Hotel

Utah

Power

:

Co., com.

Assurance

Home

(s-a)

Corp.

(DeL)

(quar.)

—

(quar.)-:

Corp.

American Insurance

American Investment

(quar.)—:

(Newark, N. J.)

,

(quar.)

.' '

Co. of Illinois—

6-10

5-29
6-

9

Common

6-23

6-

9

5%%'preferred (quar.)

:
1

50c

6-10

5-27

5%a% preferred (quar.).*

"—_—________

•

'

6-

6-

6-16

6-

._

6-

5

7-15

7 Vac

6-19

6-

30c

6-16

66-

2

6-16

5-29

6-30

6-

50c

30c

Co.

6-16

7-

1

6

6-

dividend

40c

6-20

5-20

7- 1

20c
32%c

6-16
6-2

~ ~

34-Vsc

9- 2
6-13

50c

5

30c

6-20

(quar.)

non-cum.

preferred

>

5%

non-cum.

5%

non-cum.

preferred

8-21
5-29

6-10
*

6-16
9-15
5-29

5-29
6-10

$1.25

6-20
9-19

$1.25

12-19

12-10

6-24

5-28

$1.25

(quar.)

:

American Radiator & Standard Sanitary Corp.
Common (reduced)

7%

preferred (quar.
Seal-Kap Corp. of Del.—
Common
(stock dividend)
5% conv. 2nd preferred (quar.)

5-26

6-20
7- 1
10- 1
6-13
6-13

/

preferred (quar.)

■>

25c

$1

Ltd.—
(quar.)____

5%

6-10

6-10

30c

i__

(quar.)

A

6-13
5-26
5-21

6-10

(quar.)

com.

5-15
6-13

6- 2

40c
25c

6- 5
5-12

7- 1

40c

—__

quarterly
1
Potash & Chemical,

preferred

6- 1
7- 1
.

30c

(quar.)
(quar.)__

(quar.)

6-30
'

..

(

$1.12%

com.

Co.. (quar.)

American President Lines,

"

10c

9-10

$1.75

6-

1

5-23

3%
$1.25

5-29
6-30

5-12
6-23

30c

6-5

5-9

50c

5-29
6-13

5- 2
5-23

7- 1
7- 1

5-29
5-29

6-20
6-2

6- 8
5-9

37%c
3438c
25c
$2.25
25c
415c

6- 2
6- 2
6-13
7- 3
6-23
6- 2

5-15
5-15
5-29
6-27

430c

6-2

5-9

American

changed to Sin¬
see

Meter.

Inc.,

»

5

6-

50c

-

$4

2

6-16

30c

(quar.)

American

4

-25c

(quar.)

new

5-15
5-14

25c
$1.31Vi.

American News Co. (quar.)—'
American Photocopy Equipment

6-13

43 Vic

(quar.)

Oil

American
'

5-15

6-1
6- 2

Increased

(quar.)_.
of; Del. (reduced)

name

Metal Climax

4%%_ prefercrd

5

.

-

Varsity Fair Mills, Inc.. (quar.)
Veeder-Root, Inc. (quar.)

American

5

6-16

(quar.)

American Machine & Foundry Co.

2
5

6-16

-—75c

(N. Y.)—■

under

6-

15c

annually)—

Venezulean

6-16

1%

—

(quar.)

Light

6-13

8c

1394 c

;

pfd.

50c

--

5-26
5-26

30c

Insulator

6-16

6-23

.

5-12

20c

Semi-annual

(quar.)
common

6- 9
6- 9
6- 1

$1.16

Products Corp.

12 %c

—

7-18
10-18
6- 5
5-21
5-20
6- 2
5-15
6-20
5-12

6-10
6-10

30c
30c
35c

(quar.)

preferred

Home

6-26

30c

—

Co.; (quar.)—

nouncement

40c

(quar.)..

25c

common

&

25c

Co.

(quar.)—
(monthly)__
American Hospital Supply Corp. (quar.):
American Indemnity Co. (Galveston, Texas)

coni-

(quar.)

Co. (quar.)
(quar.)

Power

Electric

&

(quar. 1

$4.64 prior

American

4

meeting to be
be asked to apof

B

Ameriean

6-13

4:40c

(quar.)_

Class

1

Foreign

7VsC

semi

Utilities

clair

American

i5c

—

Truck Lines Inc.

United

American

5-23

U5c

common

(quar.);

non-cum.

S.

6-13
6-16

5-23

6-13

8- 1
11- 1
6-14
G-10
5-29
6-16.
5-29
6-30

12%c
15c
50c

(quar.)

6-28

$1.34

6-20

1

(quar.)...

Corp.

7-

&

1

7-

37%c
37%c
62%c
75c

Ameriean Encaustic Tiling (quar.)
American European Securities (s-a;

1

7-

25c

—_

"

6-10

5-23
5-23

$3
common

(quar.)

6-

$1

6-14
6-14

...

Cable

&

7-15

40c

25c

5-31
5-31

1

Co.—

Corp.,

6-13

37 Vac

6-16

(s-aj

Cement

$1.25

(quar.)
pfd. (resumed)

6-16

20c

25c

Iron Pipe

6-10

Films

1

$1.62%

6-20
5-14
6-18
5-15
5-15
7-19

1

—

(quar.)_

common

30c

.

5-14
5-14

66-

5- 9
5-20

Rubber Co.—

$1.12%

(quar.)

10-20

60c

preferred (quar.)
$1.50 preferred (quar.)

2

9

v

$1.12%

(quar.)

$1.50

2

70c

—

6-

40c

—

(quar.)_

87V2C
15c

preferred (quar.)

American

7- 7

7-15

25c
(quar.)..

5-9

Broadcasting-Paramount Theatres,

American

1

6-

31 Vic

(quar.)

2

6%

55c

55c

(s-a)

pfd.

5%

9

6-

5-5

6-1
5-31
6-10
7- 1
5-28
7- 1
6- 1
6- 1
8- 1

11- 1

457c
30c
93%c
25c

15c

preferred (quar.)

preferred

Inc.,

G-

pfd.

(quar.)

Biltrite

American

1

6-16

$1.25

preferred

6-10
6-5

$1.25

.

8-

.—

(quar.)

preferred (quar.).
American Airlines, common (quar.)
3V2% conv. preferred (quar.)..

8-

—

(quar.)—

com.

(quar.)—

5%

2

6- 5

425c

preferred (quar.)
4%% preferred (quar.

$1

6-30

$1.02
37Vl>c
417V2C

5-16
6-24
5-15
6- 2
5-23
5-15

Ltd.—

Canada,

4%

8-

6-10
7-21
6-2

25c
...

(quar.)

Co.

75c
75c

—

fquar.)__

of

Co.

5-16
6-13
6-13
5-16
5-30
5-16
6-14

6-30
6- 2
7- 1

(quar.)_

40c

preferred (quar.)

an¬

American Seating

name

Co.

(quar.):

'

Vita

Food

Products

12c

(quar.)

Wagner Electric Corp.
(H.)

Walter

(Jim)

6-16

River

&

Worts,

RR

(increased quar.)
(s-a)

CD

9

CD

Machine

Wilcox

Si

(quar.)

(quar.)

Works

:

(quar.)

Gay Sewing Machine Co.—
pfd. series A (s-a)

5',«

conv.

$1.25

7-

6-13

5%

conv.

7-

4

6-20

1

6-16

2

6-20

American

Smelting

&

Refining

pfd. series B

(s-a)

Steel .Foundries

American

Stores

6-

6

6-14

5-31

6-10

5-15

50c

7-

1

6-14

25c

6-

8

5-22

6-16

5-28

$1.25

6-16

5-28

(quar.)

60c

Co.

Tobacco
Water

12%c

Co.

(quar.)

:

$1

Works—

6% preferred (quar.)
5%%
preferred (quar.)
American

50c

7%c

Quarterly
American

(quar.)
Amoskeag Co.. $4.50 preferred (s-a)
Writing Paper

Anchor

Post Products

Anaian

$1.25

Co.
(quar.)

(quar.)_—
American Thread Co., 5%
preferred (s-ai_
American Title & Insurance Co.
(Miami)—
American

6-30

15c

Hydrocarbon

2

7-

12 %c

Kentucky Gas

Westpan

6-

$3.50
11c

Western

6-16

7-15

35c

9-

(quarterly from net invest¬

income;

37 %c

-

9-18

435c

Ltd

Corp.

Wellington Fund
ment

50c

(quar.)

Gooderham

Whitin

time

1

Chalmers

4.08%

Alpha Portland Cement

55c

—!

-will

Weyenberg Shoe Mfg.

Ltd.—

payment

4

American

Life Insurance

S.

Ware

15%

(final)


5%
preferred A (quar.).


6-

annual

19

Gas.

preferred

Walker

7-

:

Ltd.—

(20 guilders

5-29

4-30
4-30
5-16
5-16
6-13
5-16

6- 6

425c
12VaC
5c

$1

(qunr.)

American

or¬

3c

(Ordinary),

Royal Dutch Petroleum
Royalite

par

shares

Rolls-Royce,

6-10

$0,007

shilling

dinary
Roan

1

6 Vic

(s-a)__

Rliodesian Selection Trust, Ltd.—
American shares
(interim)

Ordinary

6-16

15c

New York shares

Venezulean Petroleum
7-

Allis

1

6-10

6-18

6- 2
6- 2
6- 5
6- 5
6-25
6- 2
6- 2
7- 1
7- 1

62V2C
$1.12V'2
10c
40c

to

$1.21

-

(quar.)
Real Estate Title Insurance (Wash.)
Reeves Brothers
(reduced)

7-

50c

6-12
' 6-11
6-2
6-14

Corp.—

Dye

Corp.

Stores Corp., common
preferred (quar.)_

4%

7%c

&

changed

Chemical

$1.14

—:

conv.

Fastener

5-29

$2

.

6-14

50c
30c

__x_

'

preferred (quar.)

6-16

20c

common

dividend

U. S. Tobacco,

5-29

8%

1

(quar.);

(Increased

5-29

6-30
6-30

(quar.)

7-

partic. 2nd pref. (quar.)

Carbon -Co.

-Stock

5-29

$1,041/2

common

30c

Chemical

Name

Allied

2

6-

6-10
6-10
5-20
5-12
5-31
5-23
6- 2
5-15
5-20

5-26
6-15

30c

C.)

$1.19

—_

five-for-one split

a

United-Carr

5-29

35c

$1.07%

Co.,

7-

—-

5% %

4.30%

Pyle,-National

6-10

sliaies,

United Cities

6%

45c

(quar.)

Allied

5-29

(quar.)

June

on

mon

United

U.

.

2

6-

6-20
1

5c
10c
25c
25c
10c
37%c

(quar.)

Ltd. (quar.)
Business Machines (quar.)—
Allen Electric Si Equipment (quar.)

G-13

_

$1.25

$1.50

United Fruit Co.

preferred (quar.)
preferred (quar.)
preferred (quar.)
5.05% preferred (quar.)
Pullman, Inc. (quar.)

6-17
.

7- 2
7- 2
6-16

$1.05
$1.15

Steel,

(R.

$1.19

of Canada. Ltd.

Extra

6

6-

•"

Gas

Allen

1

$1.21

—

—

United Aircraft Products
6-

4.18%

Products

held

Union Sugar

;'

Co.—

4.03%

Purolator

Co.,

non-cum.

; prove

6-24

Natural

Algoma

6-18

1

7-

(quar.)

(quar.)

Uniop Stockyards of Omaha Ltd.
-

Alabama-Tennessee

6-18

1

7-

A (quar.)—

Clutch

Union Gas Co.

6-10

17 %c

(quar.)

Co.,

Corp.,

Coach

6-10

1

6-18

7-

-

Stockholders at

7-

425c

(quar.)

American

7-1
8

pfd.

62 % c

(quar.)
(quar,)

Century-Fox

Twin

60c

30c

—

(quar.)
—
(stock dividend)-.

—

common

Temper

Twentieth

3

6-

4.20%
(quar.)

Co.,

5-26
6- 2

87%c

(quar.)

preferred

5c

16C

—

(quar.)

common

preferred

prior

4.60%

2

6-10
6-30
5-26
5-26
6- 2

412c
427V2C
(quar.)

common

(quar.)

Corp.,

Alabama Power

5-20

6-

(Los Angeles)—

Union Acceptance Corp,,

6-12

$3.50

(quar.)

Mfg

Gas

$1.16

(s-a)
Products

Brass

Allied

—,

Trust

Unilever, Ltd. N. V.,

30c

1

Inc.,

_

Ltd.—

(quar.)

Co.

preferred

$4.50
Akron

5-20

1

6-

6-14

50c

(quar.)—

General

7-18

8-

6-

50c

—

4%% preference (quar.)
5% preferred A (quar.)

,

(reduced)—-

Trust

$2.80 preferred
True

$1.75

Gas

7-

Engineering Co.

preferred

$1

Truax-Traer Coal Co., common

.

Co.

&

5-29

7-23

—

Tropical Gas (stock dividend)

(dividend payment omitted at this

Service

6-13

50c

.

—

Packing

Bearer

time)
Public

5-22

——,

Shipyards Corp.

Treesweet

Ry.—

.

(quar.):

5-22

2

——l———

Trans-Canada Shares—Registered

6-12

30c

$1.75

Power

2

6-

$1.25

B

Toronto

-

Ltd.

6-

Alabama

.—

(quar.)

Insurance Sc

Tobin

2

announcement

-

Aetna-Standard

Agnew-Surpass Shoe Stores,
Common (quar.)_.

25c

preferred
(quar.)——

Quarterly

Co.—

Progress Manufacturing (quar.)
Prudential Industries, Inc.—
Class A

10c

9

name

Development,

Precision

5-29

Consolidation

(quar.)

Oil

5-30

6-13

$4.37%

(Second quarterly payment omitted at this
'.time)
; .
.......

Plymouth

6-

6-13

30c

(quar.)

G-16

5%%

—

(quar.)—_—

6-16

Air Reduction

(quar.)

,

1

King

Twin

preferred (quar,)
Pittsburgh Screw <fe Bolt—

Potomac

6-17

435c

22 %C

(quar.)

7%

Placer

7-31

Process

Corp.

Inc.

1

—

(quar.)
—
Thompson Paper Box, Ltd
Title insurance Corp. of St. Louis

45c

(reduced)

Pittsburgh Forgings (quar.)
Pittsburgh Ft. Wayne & Chicago
Common

Class

25c

Ltd.

dividend

see

new

8-15

5c

(quar.)

7-

Corp. (quar,)——
Thomas Industries, class A (quar.)__

6-14

75c

—

Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal
Name
recently changed to
Coal

Thermos

6-17

7-

1

Utilities

Texas

Co.,—

preferred

conv.

6-19

7-15

Products

Co.

7-

(quar.)——

(quar.)
preferred (quar.)
preferred (quar.)

$4.84

$1.12%

common

Gold

Crow

6-30

3

40c

(quar.)———

Co.

(quar.)
4%% preferred (quar.)
Petroleum Exploration
Petroleum & Trading Corp.—
$1 partic. class A (quar.)

Aeroquip

25c

(quar.)
(quar.)—.
Texas Power & Light, $4.56 pfd.

6-19

15c

(quar.)

Co.

6-

6-30

75c

(Manny Moe & Jack)

Pep Boys
Pepsi-Cola

Acushnet

6-16

5c

preferred
$4.64 preferred

S4.7G

6-13

31 Vic

30c

(quar.)

Corp.

7-15

1

Precision

40c

(quar.)

—

(quar.)

preferred

(quar,)
■.
Inc.
(quar.)

Wire

5-31
5-31
5-21 >
5-21
6-13
5-12
5-12
5-19
5-19
5-16

7- 1
6- 1
6-10

412 V2C
430c
4$1.25

(quar.)

Acme

J42VaC
+28V8C
5c
31 Vic
50c
50c
$1.31%
25c
40c
50c

Ltd.—

(quar.)

28Vic

$4.84

3

30c

(quar.)

Corp.

7-

70c

Co.,

& Ford,

7-25

60c
.

(increased

1

$4 preferred

.—

Ltd., 7%
pfd. (quar.)
Ltd.
—.—
Peninsular Metal Products, com. (reduced)—
Mfg.

Penick

5-20

2

30c

;

preferred

Chemical

6-

$4.76

6-23
6-18

37 %c

(quar.)
pfd. (quar.)

(quar.)
Pacific Gas & Electric
(quar.)
Pacific Indemnity Co. (quar.)
Park

1

6-25

20c

—

(quar.)

Corp.

7-

Aircraft

,

Industries

Acme

7-

(quar.)—

Corp. (quar.)_
Texas Electric Service, $4

25c

,

7-

(quar.)
Refineries

Sugar

preference

8-

————

Tennessee

6-13

2

5%

34 %c

preferred (quar.)-.

Temco

5-20

30c

$1

Orangeburg Mfg.

Owens-Corning Fiberglas

7-

1

Common

6-10

Tccumseh Products (quar.)—:
Telechrome Manufacturing, class A (quar.)__

5-20.

1

6-

Class A

8-

7-15

—':—-——

(quar.)

Co.

&

5%

6-23

10c

$1.12%

3

5-23

6-16

5-23

7-

6-

6-10

"

1

$1.11

6-18

1

———

pfd.
(reduced)-.

Co.

Sc

Acadia-Atlantic

(quar.)—

A

7-

425c

(quar.)—

Co.

Debenture

&

Loan

<S.)

5

25c

B

Stroock

6-

Co.

$1.07

(quar.)—.—
Strawbridge & Clothier, $5

5

6-

class

Mills,

6-12

(Louis)

6-30

(quar.)———-————,

Webster

Allis

$1.16%

preferred (quar.)—1

&

Stone

(quar.)^r,

9

9

(quar.j

(s-a)____——_

(quar.)..

6-

$1.25

Stephenson Finance Co.—
Common (increased quar.)-

Stonecutter

Co.

6-23

; *

•

preferred (quar.)

$1.20

5-24

5-29

2

Acme

6-12

5%%

5%

20c

40c

1

25c

Ontario

Allied. Kid Co.

$1.50

—

Talcott (James), Inc., common

(accum.)
.
Olympia Brewing (increased)
——
Omar, Inc., 4%% class A pfd. (quar. I———

5-26

12 % c

6-20

15c

40c pfd.

Old Town Corp.,

6-20

6-

7- 7
5-8'
5-15

25c

Corp.

common

30c

$1.10

preferred (quar.)———
4^40% preferred (quar.)—
——
4.44% preferred (quar.)—--i-.r
Okanagan Helicopters preferred (quar.U
Old Line Life Insurance Co. of America-

6-30

(quar.)

97 %c

3.90%

5% preferred (quar.)
Alleghany Ludlunr Steel

Allied Finance Co.,

Co.—

(quar.)

preferred

Class

Co. (quar.)
(quar.)-—r——

5-29

5-30

6-10

2

7-29

6- 2
6- 2

;

(quar.)

6-13

7-

6-13

4%

12%c

Ltd.-—

Co.,

5-8
5-28

6-27

(quar.)

Paper

-

10c

(quar.)—

Inc.

&

5-26
6-14

25c

—

Dairies
Power

Holder*

When

Payable of Ree.

_62VaC
—

dividend

Incorporated

25c

50c

6-13

Abbotts

—__—

(reduced)

Wrigley Stores (quar.)

6-14

Standard Shares (s-a)———

25c

5-29

& Electric—

Investment

Sprague Electric

.

6-10

(quar.)—

Corp.

Industries

F

50c

6-13

6-

AMP,

C

C F

75c

1

$$1.37

5-27

A
A

Allied Gas

7-

——

6-12

450c

15c

pfd. (s-a)—

5

25c

——

previotui

in

Share

425c

preferred (quar.)————

$1

6-30

7-10

$1.50

time)

this
Ohio

5-29

6

Ltd.—

—

5-27

1

preferred (quar.)
Abrasive & Metal Products, common

(quar.) —

6-10

week,

4%%

.(quar.)
(quar,)—

preferred

preferred

53%%

(quar.) —

(quar.)—_———
(dividend payment omitted at

Mfg. Co.

Official Films

1

6

66-

payment at

com.

(quar.)

Indiana Gas

Southwestern

Vending

6-

6-20

30c

4.65%

6-13

6-10

7-

$1

—

——

Nopco Chemical Co. (quar.)—
North Canadian Oils Ltd., 5 % %

6-30

ABC

6-20
6-30

4$1.75

Gas,

2

15c

Per

Common

.

6-

6-16

Abitibi

*———————

4.28%

6

6-

1

7-

50c

Y., Chicago & St. Louis RR. (quar.)—
Telephone (Ohio)
<quar.)_
Newark Telephone Co. (Ohio) —
6%

6-11

1

2

6-14

The list does not include divi¬
these being given in tha

paid.
this

Name of Company

38c

(quar.)
.—J—————
4.80% preferred (quar.)
—
Southwestern Gas & Electric, 5% pfd. (quar.)

6-24

7-

4

6-

the dividends announced

give

preceding table.

5

10c

<QUar-)

Georgia Natural

$6 preferred

G-24

1

6-30

50c

N.

Newark

Niagara Frontier Transit System

1

7-

45c

(quar,)——-——

Co.

Gas

7-

6-16

50c

Common

$1.12%

4%%' preferred (quar.)—
—
New England Telephone & Telegraph (quar.)
New Humpshire Fire Insurance (quar.) —
Haven

1

1

/

1

6-

1

—

announced

30c

(quar.)

Products

Southern

New

6-

7-

$1.12

(quar.)——
—
Pattern
(quar.)—
—
Venezuelan Oil Co.
(resumed) —

Sinclair

6-12
6-14

6-20

Publishing—

SkiLCop. (quar.)

2

6-

30c

we

6-13

7-

15c

$3 pref.
Simplicity

50c

(quar.)_———
Britain Machine (quar.)

New

5-31

40c

tseiow

6-27
6-20

$1.12%

(quar.)

/veeks and not yet

4

$1.25
62 Vac

(quar.)

(quar.;

2

6-

5-29

30c

$1.25

Silknit,

Simmons-Boardman

440c

(quar.)—-—
(quar.)

National Shirt Shops of Del.

5-16

Inc.

dends

Ltd., common
(quar.)
preferred (quar.)

6-17

5-22

6

6-12

6-10

:

Yard-Man,

—

Canada,

of

Co.

5-31

5-31

6-

15c

12%c

(quar.;

Lothrop, com.

preferred

4Va%

5-16

$1.12%

(quar,)

1

20c

6

&

preferred (quar.t__„—.

25c

Hoist Corp
dividend

on

6-16

.

6-16

6-

26c

————

America

of

Corp.

5%
9c

taken

6-16

7-

62 %c

(quar,)—
Research—

Shoe

5

6-

Ltd.—

Co.

—

Crane &

preferred

7%

5-29

5-21

1

Worthington Corp., common

Stock

Trading

&

Sherwin-Williams

6-13

1

7-

6-14
6-

5

time

this

50c

6-

Products—

action

No

15c

-

Series

New

Sherman

6-16

(quar.)

Shcpard-Nlles

•

& Mfg.

Growth

National Tank

5-29
6-30

20c

Income

National Steel

6-12
7-15

6-

Woodward

common

shares

6c

(quar.)

Oats

Co.

York

50c

——

(quar.)—;

National Securities &

6-13

6-30

10c

Oil

Transport

New

6-27

5-30

51.02%

(quar.)
—
(quar.)——--——.
(quar.)
—-———
Shattuck (Frank G.) Co. (quar.)—
Shelby Salesbook Co.
——

Shell

5-2D

62 %c

_——

6-16

~—--

preferred A
4.50%
preferred

6-20

7-15

$1.65

(quar.)

National Screw

Nazareth

415c

4-30

6-10

5%

5%

2

6-

1

5-29

22 %c

(stock dividend i

425c

&

Rubber,

Sciborling

6-10

6-28
7-

2

6-

6-16

15c

Shell

Muskogee Co. (quar.)——
Mutual System Inc., common
6% preferred (quar.)
Corp.

5-23

6-16

25c

$1.25

& Telegraph Co.

Muskegon Piston Ring Co.——

Natco

5-30

.

Mountain States Telephone

National City. Lines

5-30

6-20

? 40c

Morningstar-Paisley, Inc. (quar.)—Motor Finance Corp., $5 pfd. (quar.).——
Mount Royal Dairies Ltd. (quar.)
Mount Vernon Mills, Inc.—
r
(Common
dividend usually paid m June

5-29

6-13

6-20

440c

(increased) ————.—Chemical Co. (quar.)

B

Class

6-27
6-27

6c

40c

2%%

Wood Newspaper Machinery Corp. (quar.)—,
(Alan;
(see Alan Wood Steel;—

(quar.)
Water Service—

—

Payable of Reo.

Wood

preferred

Stevens

Share

of Company

Wilcox Oil

(quar.)_
Clark Fund—
(Quarterly irom net income)
Scudder,
Stevens
& Clark Common Stock
Fund (from net income) —
.
Seabrook Farms, 4%%
pfd. (accum.)——
Seatrain Lines (quar.)-i———-———
Security
Title
Insurance
(Los Angeles;—>,
Quarterly
——
.——
4.10%

Scudder,

(quar.)_
..—
Ltd., class A (increased) —

(quar.)

Common

6

6-

6-20

15c

Mississippi River Fuel Corp.

Monsanto

5-30

~—

Income

Molson's Brewery,

6-25

name

25c

Bridge,
Ltd.
Scranton-Springbrook

5-29

10c

Inc. (quarterly from inand an additional of 3c
capital gains
—-

Fund,

long-term

6-13

of Rcc.

Holder»

When

Par

Holder»

taken on second quarterly pay¬
the common shares)

Sarnia

6-10

1

7-

45c

for

ment

When

Payable

Ry. Co.—

Francisco

(No action

2

6-

6-15

37 %c

Laboratories (monthly)
Minneapolis Brewing Co

from

5-26

25c

Miles

Minnesota
vestment

5-19

6-10

of Company

Louis-San

St.

5-29

30c

Mexico

Name

of Jlec.

Payable

10c

Disintegrating (quar.)
Refractories (quar.)
Michigan Gas Utilities Co. (quar.)
Middle South Utilities, Inc.
(quar.)
Miehle-Gross-Dexter Inc. (quar.)_
Metals

Par

Share

Holder*

When

Per

Share

National, Ltd.

(quar.)
(reduced s-a)_^

Anglo-Canadian Telephone
Class
A
(quar.)

6-11
5-16

Co.—

he Commercial and

Financial Chronicle

(2341)
Per
Name of

Company

When

Share

Payable

Par

of Rec.

—:

Angostura-Wupperman Corp.

$5c

(quar.)

7%c

iftnheuser-fausca -(quar.)__

Anthes-Imperial Co.,
$5.25

«

preferred

(quar.).
Midland (quar.)

1

6-

2

5-19

6-

$1.50

Corp. (quar.)
Corp., Ltd., common
Public

Service

(quar.)

$2.40

preferred

preferred

(quar.)

Power

Co.,

com.

common

A

55-

6-13

5-16

4%%

6-16

5-31

4%

7-

6-16

4V2%

30c

(quar.)

*

-

(quar.)_

&

British

-30c

6-

6-12

5-12

6- 2

5

5-

6-13

5-

:

—,

7-

1
1

6-14

5-19

6-

5-

$1.31%

6-

2

5-

65c

7-

1

35c

Spring Corp. •(quar.)
Associated Telephone &
Telegraph Co.,

6-10

partic.

class

A

5-29

$1.50

6-16

5-15

7-

6-

com.

(quar.)_

$1

2%c
Fe

Ry Co. (quar.)
(Conn.) (quar.)
Atlantic Coast Line RR. Co.
(quar.)
;
Atlanta'Gas Light Co., com.
(quar.)
:
% 4.60%^
preferred'(quar.)—.—
—-

'*■

'>

5%%

50c

A

5-16

6-

1

5-16

6-

1

5-16

6-16

5-2J

50c

$55c

-

(quar.)

5-12

2

6-14

(from

20c

6-10

5-29

(stock

2

5-15
5-

i

6-20

5-29

6-16

6-

.

5-29

2

Ltd.

$31%c

6-

1

6-

1

-

6%

IOC

(quar.)

6-

1

—

47 %c

$1

'

7-

77-

1

Bldg.

J80C

6-11

6-10

6-

5%

2

Electric
California Ink Co.

6-26

$1.50

7-15

6-30

$1.50

10-15

9-30

$1.50

1-15-59

12-31

$1.30
5-23

Canada

$1

6%

6-20

5-23

pfd. (quar.)
pfd. (quar.)
&

$1
1

t50c

.

25c

IV2%

(quar.)
common

5c

——

(reduced)

25c

preferred

Beauty

(quar.)
Counselors (quar.)

Beaver

Lumber

$1.25

40c

a..
,

Co.,

Ltd.,

com.

(quar.)

$25c

preferred

(quar.)
preferred

Creek RR. (quar.)
Beech-Nut Life Savers Inc.

Heminway

Co.

6-25

3

6-25

6-

2

5-15

—:

6-10
7-

7- 2

6-10

2

6-14

6-27
6-

6-

2

Corp.,

40c

2

6-2
6-16

6-

6-16

6-

6-

(quar.)

Booth

Brass

Fisheries

Boston

Fund

vestment

Bowater
5%

(increased

5-19

75c

6-30
6-

2

5-21

20c

9-

2

8-21

20c

(quar.)
pfd. (quar.)__

Paper,

Co.,

25c

95c

^

from
:

7-

1

2

5-

45c

6-

3

5-16

7-

1

6-11

in—

12c

5-27

4-30

Ltd.—

$68%c

Ltd

22y2c

Ltd

7-1
6-

2

6-6
6-6

4-22

$$1

Extra
-

5-30

5-15

20c

Boyertown Burial Casket (quar.)




7-1

6- 2

5-22

6-

5-22

5c

2

Records

Carson

19c

6-

1

6-16
6-19

7-

5-

6-27

7-

2

6-

Carthage

9-

&

Mills

2

6-16
7-15
2

7-

6-16

6-16

6-16
2

2

6-13

7-

2

6-

2

7- 2

6-

2

6-2

5-15

7-

2

6-

7-

2

6-2

7-

2

6-

2

2

6-16

6-

2

y7-15

y7-

2

6-

67-

2

2
2

5-21
5-

9

6-16
5-30
5-30

7-

6-13

$75c

6-19

2

6-

5

6-

2

5-15

6-

2

5-15
6-

2
2

(quar.)__—

$$1.25

7-

2

2

6-

$15c

6-

2

5-21

$10C

6-

2

5-21

$20c

(quar.)—

6-

2

5-15

Ltd.—
—1

6-

2

5-15

75c

6-

6

5-22

6-

6

5-22

$30c
—_

25c

6-30

6-16

15c

6-30

6-16

40c

6-10

5-16

6-

5-14

2

7-

1

40C

6-

2

50C

(quar.)

6-10

5-26

$2

:

Class

B

5-31

5-15

56 %C

5-31

5-15

5-31

5-15

6-

1

5-15

6-30

6-13

$1.12%
50c
25c

6-10

5-23

$1.75

(quar.)

Canada

Investments,

A

(quar.)

6-12

6-

1

5-15

$12c

5-31

5-16

5-31
5-31

5-16

5-31

5-16

7-

2

6-20

5-31

5-15

$$2.50

5-16

$1.12%
$1

87%c

5-16

59%c

6-30

6-20

6-

7-7

$2
$1.25

1

6-

6-20

6-13

12-18

$1.25

€-26

Co.

9-25

.11-20
,7-15

6-13

40c

6-14

5-23

1

5-17

■

40c

Milling

5

6-13

5-23
2

6-16

6-

2

2

5-20

6-13

5-21

6-

$1

7-

1

6-16

7-

1

6-16

60c

6-

9

5-16

>

.

•

5%

6-2

5-10

$1.25

6-

2

5-10

25c

6-

2

5-23

$1.37Va

7-

1

6-20

6-

(quar.)
(quar.)_

56%c

2

5-19

25c

6-14

5-23

50c

6-10

5-23

$1.25

1—

(quar.)

6-14

5-23

—15c

(s-a)

5-30

5-23

$1.50
(quar.)

7-

1

6-20

1-1-59

12-19

35c

$1.12%
50c

(initial)

10c
87%c
50c

$35

6-13

6-

3

6-13

6-

3

5-

9

6-

2

6- 2

5-16

Insurance

Co.

7-

1

6-13

2

5-15

6-30

6-12

6-

5-20

2

4%C

5-29

5-

8

25c

6-14

6-

2

7%c

6-30

6-3

27 %C

5-19

50c

—

5-19

62%c

(monthly)

common

5-19

11c
11c

5-

7-16

$1.12Va
62 %c

^
—

'

68 %C

35c

7-16
6-30

5-29

6-30

5-29

6-

5-15

1

6-13

5-29

25c

Insurance

6-13

5-29

60c

(quar.)

Life

Ltd.

6-10

5-15

Co.

(quar.)_

6-10

tl5c

(quar.)

of America

6-

2

6- 2

4-30

10c

6-10

5-29

(quar.)

6-

1

5-

6-

2

5-20

15C

Co.

25c

7%c

—

preferred (quar.)

6-

2

5-20

5

70c

(quar.)—

(From investment income)
Title

6-30

6-

6-13

5-29

6-26

5-

70c

Shearing & Stamping
Commonwealth Income Fund—

20c

10c

Commercial

Land

6

6-16

50c

6-

5-22

2

8

Insurance—

(quar.)
preferred (quar,)
—

Life

6-13

6-

25c

1

$1
Co.

6-

1

5-22

5c

Insurance

(quar.)
Public Service

6-

1

5-15

32 %c

6-14

5-20

(Louis¬

(quar.)..
(quar.)

20c

5-31

5-16

;

20c

5-31

5-16

Assn., (quar.)

$50c

6-15

common

(quar.)

Life

6-13
1

$5c
15c

Combined Locks Paper Co., class A
(quar.)
Commerce Discount Corp., common

Confederation

7-

87 %C

(quar.)

preferred

7-

63c

(s-a)

(quar.)
System Inc.—

Enterprises

Mills Corp.,

5- '1

5-22

$7.40
Ltd.

(quar.)

Combined Insurance Co.

Commonwealth

9

7-

$1

;_

Common

9

5-

/
—

Elevator

Credit

5-

12-20

11c

National

Commonwealth

2

5-31

10%

—___

(quar.)-_;—

Carbon

2

6-

Co.

(stock dividend)

&

6-

12-28

to

(quar.)

4%

6-

6-

'

...

common

(quar.)

Community

6-30

5-17

6-16

'

(quar.)

Broadcasting

A
B

Cone

5-23

Illuminating—

preferred B

Ky.)

5-19

6-14

$1.50

(quar.)__

Class

ville,

9

$1.75

(quar.)

Iron,

Life

Class

4%

1

6-

$1.50

preferred

Commercial

6-

$1

'
—

'

Colorado Fuel & Iron Corp.—
5% preferred A (quar.)

6%

7

40c

(quar.)_

(monthly)
(monthly)

(Boston)

6-

9- 5
11-

$1.18%

class B

preferred (quar.)
preferred (quar.)
Colorado Central Power,

Combined

6

10c

5%

Columbian

0-

40c

'4%

5%%

3

1128

$1.25

Colonial Acceptance Corp., class A
Colonial Life Insurance Co. of Amer.
(quar.)
Colonial Sand & Stone Co. (quar.)
Colonial Stores Inc., common (quar.).

Colorado

7-11
10-

$1.25

——

Coca-Cola International Corp
Cochenour Williams Gold Mines,
3% % preferred
(quar.)
Collins & Aikman (resumed)

Common

4

$1

Coca-Cola Bottling Corp.-(Cine.)—
$2.50 class A (quar.)—

Common

2

6-20

Pittsburgh RR.—

States

Coca-Cola

'

7-15

8-

25c

Machine

—

Connelly Containers,

;

common

40c

preferred
Consolidated Cement

Ltd., $2.50

Corp. (quar.)
Coppermines Corp. (reduced)

Consolidated

Edison Co. of N. Y. (increased)

Utilities

Laundries

1

6-

5

5-

2

6-

5

5-

2

20c
—

pref.

Electrodynamics Corp.
Consolidated Freightways (quar.)

Consolidated

2

6-28

6-13

10c

6-20

6-

$$1

6-30

5-31

9

Standard Securities,

Consolidated

Gas

9-

12-

5c

(s-a)
Consolidated Discovery Yellowknife Mines___
non-cum.

2

9-15

12-15

40c

(initial)

1

Consolidated Diversified

6-

$50c
$50c

Quarterly

Consolidated
-

1

;

Electric

Consolidated

Ltd.—

5% preference
(s-a)
Central Electric & Gas—

preferred

6-12

1

$13c

(quar.)_

1

7-

$25C

Products, Ltd., class A

7-

11%C
30c

(quar.)

Extra

4.75%

9

60c

Extra

Central

6-20

5-

GOcl
,

—-

6-

25c

Mahoning Ry.

&

Columbia

$15c
$$1.25

6-

(quar.)—

5-16

$1.18%

12%c

common

preferred

Coastal

4%%

6-16
6-16

$20c

Co.

(Atlanta, Ga.)

6-13

7-

12 %c

preferred

■

5-15

7-

2

(quar.)—

1

(quar.)

Co.,
name
changed
Clinton Engines Corp. (stock dividend)

6-20

5-16

6-

Electric—

Equipment,

Clinton

5-15

$13c

conv.

Food

5-23

$1.06

7%
guaranteed
(quar.)
4%
special guaranteed
(quar.)
Cleveland Worsted MIII3
(liquidating)

6-10

2

2

Cascades

$1.20

Controller

Cleveland

5-31

7-

7-

pfd.

5-16

—

preferred (quar.)
Cleveland Sandusky Brewing

5-12

7-

4%%

2

6-10

$4.50

5-16

$25c

(quar.)

Scott,

6-

6-16

5-15

Corp.—

City Investing Co., 5%% preferred
City Specialty Stores, Inc.—
4%% conv. preferred
(quar.)

$4.50

2

1

6-

5-30

$$1

Plywood Corp. (quar.)
Case (J. I.) Co., 7%
pfd. (quar.)
6%% 2nd preferred (quar.)
Catalin Corp. of America—

5-23

$3.50
7%c

—

Co.

Cleveland-Cliffs

2

10-

(quar.)

&

Semi-annual

5-20

$$2

(•

Pirie

Service

Clearfield &

4-30

$$1.25

Telegraph

6-10

45c

5%
preferred
(quar.)
^Claussner Hosiery Co. (quar.)—

6-13

6-20

10c

(quar.)

Co.

30c

4% preferred (quar.)
4%%i preferred
(quar.)

Clark

5-29

1

(quar.).
'.—

(quar.)

6-10

1

37 %c

Citizens Utilities Co.,

5

5-30

30c

________

Co.,

5-12

1

:

(quar.)
Ctiy Water ; (Chattanooga)—
Common
(stock dividend)
5% preferred (quar.)___

5

6-

7-28

*

Catelli

$62(ac

.

75c

common

'

5-15

2

,

Corp., common (quar.)
4'/2% • preferred (quar.)
4.80% preferred (quar.)

2

9

.

$15c

Carrier

6-23

6-

87V2c

-

6-

60c

(quar.)

6-16

6-

preferred

Cities

6-30

$18%c
$15c

-s

Gas

1

7-

7-31

Columbian

Natural

6-

*

Cincinnati ^Gas

5-23

$31 %c

_____

Carpenter Paper (quar.)
Carpenter Steel Co. (quar.)

5-16

2

Ltd.

Carlisle Corp. (quar.):
Carolina Telephone &

5-20

6-

4

7-30

$37 %c

—

6-

10-23

7%

2

30c

Chicago Yellow Cab (quar.)
Chrysler Corp. (reduced)

•

(quar.)

Carborundum

11-20

6-10

22c

Corp.

11-29

25c

6-

:

6

$25c

Extra

6-21

20c

Corp.

Western

Mills,
B

Capitol

6-16

(quar.)
preferred (quar.)

Bowater
Bowes

Cannon

5-10

(quar.)

5-15

$$1.10

preferred (quar.)__
5% % preferred (initial).

6-16

1

6-16
6-30

1

$10c

4%

5-19

7-

6-

$29 %c
$90c

a_.u-——■—

Canadian

6-16

20c

6-

—

(quar.)

i.—^—__—

(quar.)

—

Class

preferred

5Va%

6-

7->7\

Cos.—

Extra

5-19

30c

quarterly

Oil

Canadian Tire

5-19

$1.40

income* ;—

:

preferred

redeemable preferred

7-' 1

5-21

$25c

5%

5-21

6-21

1

Corp. of North America,

5%

Canadian

5-19

$1.06%

6-27

5-31

——

Corp. (quar.)

Co.

redeemable preferred
preferred (quar.)

6-

7-9
5-23

7-21

$50c

:

5 %

6-

7-29
6-16

$$1.15

——

B

2

28]/2c

Corp., $3.80
Company (quar.)
<Borg (George W.) Corp. (quar.)
iBorg-Warner Corp., 3'/2 % preferred
Borden

Electric

6-

6-

7-9

$37 %C

(quar.)

Securities, Ltd.—

1

36c

1

preferred

General

7-

$1.05

7-29

$37 %c

—

—

4%

1

6-13

$15c
$15c

$25c

(quar.)

income)

5

6-

6-13

5- 8

$1.12%

:

(quar.>

1

8

6-

5-26

75c

4% preferred (quar.)—
Chicago Pneumatic Tool (quar.)
Chicago Rivet & Machine (quar.)
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific RR.
Chicago Title & Trust Co.-(quar.)
Chicago Towel Co.* common

5-13

6-24

5-

6-16

50c

Cincinnati Milling Machine, common

3-28

$30c

—

5-

6-

5-28

$31 %c

2

7-

8

$$1.50

com.:(quar.)—

6-

50c

8

5-

5-31

10c

37%c

A

Cleveland

(quar.)_
Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd. (quar.)
Fund, Inc.
(quarterly from net

Common

6

$1.25

(quar.)

&

2

$1.12'/a

Bond Investment Trust Co. of
America
Aluminum

6-

5-

6-

$$1.50

Co.

$1.75

Quarterly
Quarterly
Boeing Airplane Co. (quar.)—,—,—
Bohn

1

$1.18%

Blackstone Valley Gas & Electric—
4%% preferred (quar.)
5.60%
preferred
(quar.)—
Co.

1

»6-

Canadian International Investment Trust Ltd.

6-17

7-

8

6-24

$! 1(1.06%

60c

(quar.)
(quar.)
(quar.)

Bliss & Laughlin
(reduced)
Bloch Bros. Tobacco,
6%
(Blue Bell, Inc. (quar.)

6-

7-

3%

(quar.)

preferred

6-13

50c

5-

$25c

—

(quar.)

Class'A;—1
Class

'5-8

5-27

5%

Canadian Ice Machine, Ltd., class A
(quar.)
Canadian Ingersoll-Rand,
Ltd.
(quar.)

5-29

50c

dividend)-——
(quar.)

Co.

preferred
preferred

6-10

15c

75c

(s-a)—

.Canadian General

2

8

$32 %c

preferred

Canadian

2

75c

com.

(quar.)
(quar.)
Blgelow-Sanford, 4y2% preferred (quar.)
Bird & Son, 5% preferred
(quar.)
Black Hills Power & Light, common

Blaw-Knox

5-

6-

$7%c

conv.

investment

2

6-16

preference

Canadian

5-15

20c

20c

.__—

preferred

4.56%

6-

Ltd.—

—'

Canadian

5-16

3%

'

_____

Co.,

com.

•

—

Malting Co., Ltd.,
y2%'preference (quar.)

60c

5-16

6-

4

6-13

3%

preferred (quar.)
Series A preferred (quar.)
:
'
Series A ;preferred
(quar.)_____—:
Chicago Molded Products -Corp. (quar.)—1—
Chicago iRiver & Machine (quar.)

i

—

.

4.20%
4.75%

5-13

5

6-

$$3.50

preferred (quar.)
Canners, Ltd., class A (quar.)
Canadian Drawn Steel,
Ltd., common—____

5-15

6-

preferred

$1.25

5-16

—

4%
preferred (quar.)
Bestwall Gypsum Co.
(stock

(quar.)

Canadian

6

2

2

(quar.)___—i!

—

Mfg.

6-

15c

(quar.)__

com.

6-13

1

37%c

Clark

Ltd.,

6-13

1

(quar.)

Series

'

20c

flic

(quar.)

Foundries

1

7-

(quar.)
Common > (quar.)

.

•

.

Vinegars, Ltd. (quar.)_„
Canadian Breweries
Ltd., com. (quar.)

5-29

6-

•

5%

5-29

$1.06V4
$1.183/4

(stock dividend)
Bessemer & Lake Erie RR. Co.—
$1.50 preferred (s-a)—

7%

7-14

2%

(quar.)

Canada

6-13

25c

Beryllium Corp.

Cement

(quar.)

7-

7-

$1.17

(quar.)

(quar.)
Unadilla Telephone
preferred (quar.)--—

4%%

2

$1.04

-

&

Common

9

25c

Safeway, Ltd., 4.40% pfd. (quar.)—
Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd.—

5-16

1

6-20

12%c

Bemis Bros. Bag

A

2

7-

35c

—

(Quar.)

(quar.)
Paper Co., class
(quar,)_.

6-

17%c

preferred

Bibb

8- 1

25C

Stone,

Extra

6-10

(quar.)

4%%

Steel

5-12

l%d

Canada

5-15

50c

.

Bethlehem

6-2

31V4C

Canada Permanent Mortgage

0-10
6-10

37%c

(reduced).
(quar.)
Co., common
(quar.)
preferred (quar.)
*

&

5-16

5-

$1

(quar.)—

Canada Life Assurance

5-29

2

7-v 2

2

.—

Corp.

Lime

5-28

40c

Canada
•

2

6- 2

$25c

(quar.)—

Cut

Iron

4%%

5-15

1

7-

Howell

Bessemer

5-22

87 %c

(quar.)

preference

Canada

5-15

6- -1
6-

6-

(quar.)

4%%

,

3

$1.18%

(quar.)

Bell & Gossett

.

5-29

7-

7-

40c

Beech

B

6-16

$35c

(A. S.) Shoe, 4%%
Belden Mfg. (reduced)

Class

1

...

Canada & Dominion Sugar, Ltd
Canada Flooring Co. Ltd., class A
(quar.)
Canada Foundries &
Forgings, Ltd.—
Z Class A (quar. )-:

I

$25c

;

•Beck

.

6-

dividend)

preference

5-15

$1.19

1

Chesapeake & Ohio Ry., common (quar.)
3%% 'conv. preferred (quar.)
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy RR.___—
Chicago Medical Arts Building——
Chicago Milwaukee St. Paul & Pacific RR.—

5-22

30c

Crushed-&

preference

6%

8-22
5-

2

25c

_

;

(quar.)—

Bergstrom

6

>

-

7%c

dividend

Aircraft

9-19
6-

Paper Co., Ltd.—

Bayuk Cigars Inc. (quar.)
Beam (J. B.) Distilling (quar.)

&

6-

v

deduc¬

(stock dividend)
& Burlington
County Ry. (s-a)
Campbell Red Lake Mines, Ltd. (quar.)
Canada Cement Co., Ltd., common
(quar.)

8-22

Bell

6-

________—

com.

i—;—
—;

preferred

Chenango

6-17

6-15

$1

California Packing Corp.

6-20

Bell

6-27

25C

Power,

6-

5-31

\

—

preferred

4%%

•

2

50c

,

Co.

6-13

67%c
•

Common

Camden

9-19

Belding

5-15

6-

$1.50

(stock

4-30

(quar.)

preferred

4%%

a

in-

preferred.(quar.)—

25c

$1.40

5-29

(quar.)

California

5-23

7-15

Bros,

25C

A

i 6-20

2

2

3c

ordinary (final)

,

6-10

12 %C

(quar.)

Terminal

(quar.)

Class

7-1

$1.05
$1.12 %

A

5-29

a

25c

pfd.

Chattanooga Gas C#. (quar.) ___—
Chemetron Corp;; common
(quar.)

5-16

5-12

,

Co.

Butler

5-15

6-16

(quar.)

Terminal

(quar.)

Extra-

1

20c

-

Butterfly Hosiery Co. Ltd., 7% pfd.
Byllesby (H. M.) & Co. (Del.)—

6-10

1

12 %c

(quar.)

■

1

7-

BU6li
Bush

6-10

1

$1.06

___

,

5-15

7-21

$1.75

'_

_

(quar.)__,

Class A.(reduced)

i

6-

$1.25

(s-a) *—
Burns & Co., Ltd.
(quar.).

Common

$5

6- 2

6-

—

(quar.)

5-15

42%c

Co., com. (quar.)
(quar.)
:Chance (A. B.) Co.
(quar.)
Chapman Valve Mfg. Co., 7% pfd. (s-a)
$4.50

9

5-

25c

preferred

Common

r

5-23

35c

common

1

$3
preference
(quar.)
Champion Paper & Fibre

5-21

1

6-

(quar.)
Burton Dixie Corp.
(quar.)

5-15

preferred (quar.)
Baltimoie & Ohio RR—

Bearings, Inc.
Beaunit-Mills,

4

6-13
6-

10c

(quarterly from net

Burrard;Dry Dock, Ltd., class

5-15

|36c

!

6%

Stock

6-

4-25

$1.25

less

6-

6-

Chain Belt Co.
(quar.)
Champion Oil & Refining—

depositary.

Burnham Corp.,

9

6-20

—_____

Industries (quar.)_
Baldwin Piano, 6% preferred

Power

Century Industries Co.

35c

tax

6-18
t

common

6

25c

Mines, Ltd.—

tion of

on

6

6-30

income).:
Inc., common

Burndy .Corp.

dividend

6-

55c

(quar.)

Ltd.

Stock

6-

35c

Burroughs Corp.

Baker

-i

Fund,

6-18

6-16

—

(quar.)

,

Ltd.—

•

(Canada)
Corp.

5-28

5%

dividend)—

preferred "A (quar.)..—
•4%% preferred .(quar.)..—
7%
preferred
(quar.)

Barber-Ellis

6-

10c

inc.)

5%

4%

non-cum

common

6-30

>.

1

25c

6-18

6-30

(quar.)

(.

1

6-11

6-13

6-30

$1.12%

Telephone Co., 5.40%

7-

15c

—

5-20

10c

preferred

7-

10%
16 %c

(stock

American deposit receipts
Free -of British income

5-23

___

__—

4%

6

vestment

Burma

5-23

6-14

35 c

Corp.

(quar.)
2nd preferred
(quar.)
Baltimore Radio Show (quar.)
Bangor Hydro-Electric, common

Bathurst

6-

-

6-13

6-10

42c
$1

$69c

preferred (quar.)
4.20% preferred (quar.)
4%% 2nd preferred (quar.)-

5-27

6-

25c

Oil & Gas,

non-cum.

1

1

1

$1.06%

$63c

4%

11-26

,6-10

t20c

.

preferred

4%

7-

—

(quar.)___
_;
4% preferred tquar.)__________
.—
Bulolo Gold
Dredging, Ltd. (interim.)
Burlington Industries, common
(quar.)_—_
3% % (.preferred (quar.)_

'

Voting Machine (quar.)

preferred

12-15

*4c

(quar.)
Stock dividend—

6%

-

Bullock's

8-26

25C

Ayshire Collieries

Barden

6

7-

(quar.)

preferred
(quar.)
4.15%; preferred (quar%—
4.65%.. preferred (quar.)
Century Food Markets Co.—

6

5-29

6-10

7-

$1.23

Central Vermont Public Service Co.—

6

66-

$$1.19

—

preferred (quar.)
Buffalo Forge Co

,

5-13

9-15

60c
.'

com.

6- 2

25c

tl2%c
_

?•

Co.,

Bullock

5-16

1

:

Avon Products
(quar.)
Axe Science & Electronics

5%
5%

1

1

(quar.)

Aztec Oil & Gas

5-

6-

6^

1.

Co. .(quar.)

Bailey Selburn

6-

1
1

30c

$5

1

6-30

35c

(tjuar.)

4.75%

7-

12-10

5-15

$1.16

com.

Corp.
Electric—

Louisiana

y-10

12-20

2

$1.12Va
—

(quar.)
Central & South West
Corp.
Central Steel & Wire Co

4-28

>7-

«

Ltd.,

Automatic

6-12

40c

(quar.)

Aunor Gold Mines, Ltd.
(quar.)
Auto Electric Service
Co.,
Class

1

50c

<

1

5-

$1.15

preferred

Powder

6-12

,7-

10%

.

4.50%

t$l

(quar.)

Budd

2

$56c

—

.

6-

t53c

_______

Buck Creek Oil Co

4-25

7-

Petroleum Co., Ltd.—

Buckeye Pipe Line Co.

5-20
.

$1.11

-(quar.)
Atlas Corp./ 5%
preferred (quar.)
5% preferred
(quar.)

Atlas

3

$1.12%

4(/2% .preferred (quar.)-—u.—___—
4.44%' preferred (quar.)

'.Atlantic* Refining Co., .common
Atlantic Wholesalers, Ltd.

6-

6- 2

Central

9-20

(initial)—

4%% preferred (quar.)
Central-Illinois Securities

5-23

2

com.

(quar.)
(quar.)

preferred

of Reo.

6-20

$1.25

preferred

Central

—

2

30c

_

.

1

1

6-10

6-10

dividend)
Bruning (Charles) Co. (quar.)
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co., com. (quar.)
$5 preferred (quar.)—
Brunswig Drug (quar.)_

9

4%

5-16

2

of

and voting trust
certificates
Brown Shoe Co.
(quar.)

6-13

Associated
$5

deduction

preferred (quar.)
(quar.)
preferred (quar.)

Mfg.

7-

6-

of

—

...

Astron Corp. (reduced)
Atchison, Topeka fe Santa
Atlantic Coast Line Co.

Ltd.—
of 8d free

Com.

9

7-15

Co.,

preferred

Brown-McLaren

2

5-15

t25c

_

?.

50c

2

$1.60

(quar.)

Company (quar.)
Brown & Sharpe
Manufacturing Co.—

5-19

37'/2c

,

Associated Dry Goods Corp.—
Common
(quar.)
5.25% preferred (quar.)
Associates Investment Co. (quar.)

6-14

(quar.).

Brown

5-19

$1.25

preferred
(quar.)
$1.50 preferred (quar.)

6-14

6-

4.92%

Holden

6-

$1.25

.

Service,

6-16

15c

payment
tax
less
Z

Income

1

93%c

pfd.

Tobacco

final

7-

45c

(interim)

6.40%

6-16

50c

—

receipts Ordinary (final)
Broderick & Bascom
Rope Co. (quar.)
Brown & Bigelow •
(quar.)_

6-10

25c

__

6-16

When

Payable

$1.25

$1.25

preferred (quar.).
preferred (quar.)_.
Central Illinois
Light, new
4%% preferred (quar.)
4.64% preferred (quar.)
Central Illinois Public

5-15

6-30

Amer. dep.

6-10

7-

J18c

.

(quar.)

2

6-30

Columbia Electric Co.—

British

Ltd.—

common

(quar.)

preferred (quar.)__.
preferred (quar.)
5%% preferred (quar.)

5-15

1

6-

125 c

$28 %c

Share

pfd. (quar.)
Ry., 5% preferred (quar.)

5%

5-15

4%%

9

6-

2

5%

9

93%c

56%c

_

tl5c
■.

Refining,

1

(a

6-

(quar.)

Depositary)
British

6-20

75c

—-

—

(quar.)

Oil

25c

$1.16%
22 %c

$5

•

5-

6-

(quar.)

B

Ordinary

6-

(quar.)

Hardware Co.

Class

5-

t30c

Company

Central Foundry
Co.,' 5%
Central of Georgia

5

t72%c

Oil vLtd.

American

6-

(quar.)

(quar.)

Class

British

5

5-

per

Name of

6

5-

1

(quar.)

Corp.

American

60c

4%%-pfd.

Ashland

British

5-

6-

6-

6•

1

$25c

—

common

preferred
Brass

62y2c

.

-

.3%%

1

!«-

common

Brockton Edison
Co.,

5-

6-

of Reo.

7-

tl2%c

—

(quar.)

Bristol-Myers Co.,

$1.08%

»
4.65% preferred (quar.)
Arkansas Western Gas Co.
(quar.)
Armco Steel Corp.
(quar.)

(J. H.)

6-

27Vie

(quar.)_

$2.50

Ashdown

4-30

2

(quar.)

(quar.)

Manufacturing Co.

Bristol
30c

$4.35
preferred uquar.)
Arkansas Louisiana Gas Co.-

$3.75 preferred
Aro Equipment,

6-

120c

(quar.)

Armstrong Cork Co.,

5-14

59c

preferred

Arkansas-Missouri

5-24

6-13

preference

preferred

Brillo

Co.—

(increased quar.)
preferred (quar.)

$2.36

/

$2.90

9

2

25c

Common

$1.10

6-

5-

Payable

$1

(quar.)

Bright (T. G.), Ltd.,
5%

1

A

Holdert

Bridge & Tank Co. of Canada, Ltd.—
Common (quar.)

6-20

50c

75c

Oil

Argus
!

Class

5-12

7-

participating preferred (quar.)
Arcus Realty Corp., $3
preferred (s-a)

Arizona

9

6

$$1.31%

$3

Argo

6-

6-

Ltd.—

Archer Daniels
Arden Farms Co.—
*

6-16

30c

~

Brach (E. J.) & Sons (quar.)
Brantford Cordage, Ltd., class B

,6-6

A

When

Share

Name of Company

Anglo-Newfoundland Development, Ltd.—
Reduced

13

Holdert

Corp.

Corp.

(quar.)

(quar.) —

(quar.)

10c

6-

2

5-

1

70c

6-16

10c

6-13

5-27

20c

6-13

5-29

22 %C

6-16

5-26

6-

5-15

25C

2

5-9

,

.

Chronicle

The Commercial and Financial

14

25c

Consolidated Textile,
(s-a;

B

Class

6- 2

5-

6-

5-

1

$1.13

7-1

30c

——

5-29

—

1

25c

6-30

6-13
5-22

6-14

45c

1

6-30

$1.12.%

5-2.9

40c

35c

"0-13

5-29

Eastern

2

5-16

Eaton

riti~

6-30

1 Co

v

31 %C

6-

1

5-

7

6-

prefevred (quar.)
Copper Range Co. (quar.)
Cosmopolitan
Realty
(quar.)

7-30

Edison

6-

1

5-15

4% %
preferred
(quar.)——
Edison Sault Electric Co. (quar.)___:—

6

5-23

preferred

iquar.)__^

6-

2

5-15

$4.50

preferred

12 %C

6-

2

5-19

$4,72

preferred
preferred

1

$4

8-15

8-

$4

11-15

11-

IOC

$50c

voting-

$50c
25c

Board Products (quar,).._
Corp. (increased)
Coro, Inc. (quar.)

27 %c

25C

Reynolds Corp.—
$1 dividend preferred (quar.)
Corson <G & W H) Inc. (quar.)

$5.40

1

El

6-10

5-21

Common

5-12

4.10Co

5-29

,6-10

5-10

5-31

6-18

6-30

Corroon &

25c
5c

15c

93%c

(qUar.)

6

4-21

2
1

7-15

-

10c

6-10

Elox

7-

1

25c

10-

1

9-10

6-16

5-10

50c

preferred (quar.)
Crown Zellcrbacb Corp., $4.20 pfd.
(quar.)
Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co., Ltd. (s-a)
,.
Crum & Forster, common (quar.)

$1.05

6-

2

5-

6-

2

5-

'

50c

6-10

6-30

6-16

28c

6- 2
9-

2

8-15

7%

6%--preferred
(quar.)
Cuno Engineering Corp., common
$1 preferred (quar.)
Curtis Publishing Co.,

,

A

Class

D.

T.

M.

.(quar.)

Equity Fund
Erie &

7-

1

6-

6

Erie

6

6-

5

9-

5

Erie

12-

5

6-10

6-26

5-28

6-27

6-13

12-31

20C

75c

6-

2

5-28

5-15

6-16

6-

5

7-

3

93 %c

7-15

$1.50

7-

1

6-14

t$7

8-

1

3-31

15c

6-

2

5-15

6-13
5-14

5-14

Denver

to

$3.50

preferred

Denver Union Stock

Yard

1

6-

2

5-12

3

G-16

5-29
6-13
5-

5

5-

5

Federal

3

5-

2

5-15

5

Cement

Dome

Mines,

(quar.)

Ltd.

,.

preference

2

5-23

5-23

6V

6-11

5-23

1

6-13

7-

2

6-14

5-15

7-

6-14

1

Oliver, Inc.,

$2 preferred

5%%

Dow Chemical Co.
Dravo

Corp.,

4%

Drewry's, Ltd.,
Drexel

U.

Furniture

National Mortgage Assoc.
Pacific Electric
(quar.)

Federal Paper Board,

Federal

4.60%

$1.25

Sign & Signal,

5-29

1

Ferro

Field

Oil

Class

A
B

5-30

5-15

Co.

Corp.

87 %c

5-30

5-16

8-

1

7-

2

6-

2

$$1.25

20c

$15c

(quar.)_

1

5-

1

8-

8

12-

1

11-

7

6-

6

20C

5-28

5-13

General Tire

5-31

5-13

Genuine

2

5-13

George

6-25

6-10

(quar.)

(quar.)

Drug Fair-Community Drug Co., Inc, (quar.)

:

6-

5-23

8-

1

7-18

6-

2

5-

35c

7-

1

5-23

$1

7-

1

5-23

50c

6-20

6- 2

$50c

6-14

5-23

„

5%

5-15

1

5-15

6-

1

5-20

First Security
&

Porter

5-

8

6-

5-

8

(quar.)

30c

(M.

H.)

Co.

Flintkote

Co.,

(quar.)

—

common

5-23

6-16

1

5-15

2

5-15

56c

5-31

6-

3

55c

7-

1

6-

3

59%c

7-

1

6-

3

66c

7-

1

6-

3

7c

Falls

Globe

Wernicke

7

Gold Seal Dairy Products

7-

10c

5-28

5-16

6-

1

5

6-

1

5-

Power

Corp.

Florida

Power

& Light,

6-16
6-20

Florida

40c

6-10

5-23

Flying Tiger Line,

35c

6-

Food

5-

5-20

(increased)

Corp.

5-20

9

5-29

9

5-29

6Co

60c

6-10

5-23

6%

lc

6-15

6-10

6%

6-15

6-10

8%

17c

6-16

5%

—

pfd. A

(s-a)„

3',4Co

preferred (quar.)

5-27

6-

6-15

5-29

2

8%
1

8%
8%

8%

2

6-14

6-

6-

2

6-

2

5-13

8%

6-

Grafton

&

6-27

6-

6

A

&

5-23

6-13

5-15

1

5-16

6-16

5-16

6-

5-

6-11

5-23

6-11

5-23

20c

30c

5

1

6-

6-16
6-

2

5-20

2

'

1

'

Products
10c
lc

$1.50
60c

.

—

6-

6-18

4

6-

6-18

4

1

6-13

6-16

5-15

7-

6-16

6-

2

6-

2

5-

2

6-14

6-

3

25c

(quar.)—

50c

50C

..

Co.,

6-25

6-10

5-22

60c

class A

American

7%

11-18

6-10

5-20

5-20

$2

9-10

8-19

$2

12-10

11-18

$2

-

;—

6-10

5-20

$2

(quar.)

8-19

12-10

11-18

$25c

—

9-10

$2

6-16

5-26

$25c

9-15

8-25

$25c

12-15

11-25

20c

(increased)

4-28

5-29

5%

Realty,

&

preferred

8-19

12-10

$2

4-28

6-16

5-20

5c

(quar.)

class A

Pacific

5-29

40c

Granite City Steel Co. (quar.)

Atlantic

9-10

$1.50

dividend

Great

6-10

$1.50

—.

;

6-10

$1.50

(quar.)

common

(quar.)
(quar.)

Grand Union Co.
Stock

5

4-25

6-

-

15c

(initial-quar.)

Co.,

A

Class

6

2%

6
2

35C

preferred (quar.)
preferred (quar.)
preferred (quar.)
—
preferred A (quar.)
preferred A (quar.)
preferred A (quar.)--;
preferred B (quar.)—
preferred B (quar.)
preferred B (quar.)

Class
6-16

6-

6-

10c

5-13

75c

20c

27 %c

(quar.)

Co.

Batteries

R.)

(W.

Grace

5-31

G-16

W.)

(H.

New common

6-

7-

6-25

1

$1

5-31

5-

1

$1.75

Tea

5-31

5-

1

6-10

5-16

Co., com

(quar.)

6-14

6-

4

6-14

6-

4

Great Lakes

Dredge & Dock Co.

20c

Great Lakes

Power Corp., Ltd.—..

40C

(quar.)—

5-26

5-1.5

$1.12%

6-

1

5-15

6-

9

5-16

Great

Lakes

1

5-29

Great

Northern Gas Utilities, Ltd.—

7-

85c

6-10

6-

5%

1st preference

$2.50

2

$2.80
6-

2

5-15

17 %c

6-

2

1

6-30

6-

35c

6-30

6-16

1—

Co

2

$31 Vic

(quar.)_

Towing

$62%c

preferred (quar.)
preferred (1957 series)

$70c
75c

(quar.)—;

6-

1

5-21

6-

1

5-21

6-16

5-21

5-15

Great Southern Life Insurance
7-

6-

5

6-30
6-30

6-20

6-16

5-22

6-16

5-22

6-16

5-22
5

40c

-

American

A

Great

Greyhound Lines (Canada)

5-16

1

5-16
5-30

25c

6-17

5-

1

50c

6-30

6-

81V4C

6-16

2

Western Financial Corp.

6-

9

5-

9

6-

9

5-

9

7-

1

6-13

(stock
30c

(quar.)

$21%c

(initial)

2

6-

1

100%

(stock dividend)

deposit receipts ordinary

5-29

1

1

12-

100%

Ordinary shares
dividend)

6-

6-20

9-

12-10

Great Universal Stores—

6-24

6-

1

9-10

40c

6-20

6-

6-

6-10

40c

38c

15c

(Houston)—

Quarterly
Quarterly
Quarterly

6-20

$1.08

(quar.)

Inc.,

5-27

Government Employees Insurance—

6-

$1.12%

Machinery & Chemical, com. (quar.)

6

-

50c

common

6-

(quar.)

changed
to
Gold
Seal
A (quar.)
(quar.)
Gold & Stock Telegraph .(quar.)

6-10

6-

6-21

(quar.)

3

6-13

6

1

B

Gossard

6-10

6

6-

Corp.—

Gould-National

$1

preferred (quar.)
preferred (quar.)
Steel

Industries

1

25c

2

6-

6-27

10c

Goodyear Tire & Rubber (quar.)
Gorham Manufacturing Co.
(quar.)

-1

6-

6-27
7-

——,—-

Class

Class

6-20

2oc
2%

.

(quar.)

Name

-

6-11

7-

40c

Cement

Glens

7

$1.12 %

(quar.)

Florida

4.32%

Portland

2

5*16

5-19

1

40c

50c

5-

5-28

5-29

17 %c

In¬

$15c

6-

,

5-29

6-13

& Co.—

5-

6-15

3

6-

7-. 1

preferred

5-27

1

5-15

6-30

(quar.)

Co.

5-15

1

50c

Glen-Gery Shale Brick, common %quar.)
6% 1st preferred (quar.)

5-22

6-12

(G. M.)

6-

$1.25

—

(from

—

conv.

Gillette

60c

(quar.)
preferred (quar.)

7-25

6-

(Interim)

6-14

$1.25

$4 preferred

7-25

55c

(quar.)Giant Yellowknife Gold Mines, Ltd.:—

12c

(quar.)_

7-25

6-15
6-15

$1.25

6-20

*30c

1

8-15

-

2

(quar.)

Boston

preferred

Great Northern Ry.

—

6-10

6-

-

5-27

5c

(s-a)

2

1

7-

50c

—-

of

—

5%%

7-

50c

(quar.)

6-20

;

53 Yb C

40c

4%% pfd. (quar.)_

5-27

62 %C

40c

(quar.)—„—

1

7-15

6- 2

27 %c

(quar.)_

Great

(increased-semi-annual)

Corp.

7-

7-31

22y2c

<

Extra

35c

—

7-15

8%c

Fund
income)

Getty Oil Co., 4%

28%c

Fund

50c

5-22

6-30

(quar.)—

Products

Gerber

8

30C

(quar.)

30c

2

6

40c

25c

40c

6-16

5-29

9

6-

preferred (quar.)

Giannlni

(quar.)—

Fleming Company, common—,
5%
preferred (quar.).

1

6-

6-26

dividend

Stock

68%C

—

5-15

6-

6-28

X'

33c

Rubber Co.

&

Parts

Putnam

vestment

6-14

$1.50

45c

6-

6-

-45c
50c

.'i'

32 %c

certificates

American

25c

(quar.)

Fittings, Ltd., class A

5-15

6-15

y4%

6-15

7 VaC

Fishman

2

5-27

$1.18%

preferred (quar.)
4.40% preferred (quar.)
—4.75% preferred (quar.)——
5.28% preferred (quar.)
General Tin Investments, Ltd.—

9

9-

.

5-1$

6-

5-27

6-15

(quar.)—,
Telephone Co. of Ohio—

10c

(quar.)

25c
-

(quar.)_

4

31 %c

5-16

15c

.

6-13

25c

2

1

5-27

6-15

75c

preferred (quar.)Telephone Co. of Pennsylvania—
preferred (quar.)
General Telephone Co. of Wisconsin—
$5 preferred
(quar.)
General Telephone Corp., common
(quar.)_

5-29

6-

(quar.)

6-14

6-

6-15

40c

$2.20

(see Marshall Field)

& Co.

First Bank Stock Corp.

4%%

•

6-30

6-10

$1.25

$37 %c

2

7-

$31 %c

(quar.)

*

9

5-

1

6-

20c

(quar.)

Financial

Fischer

_

4-25

6-10
50c

—

(stock dividend)

Corp.

(Marshall)

Class

1-16

25c

—.——

$2.25

10c

pfd. (quar.)

common

7

5-20

6-10

General

$1

preferred (quar.)

5-16

1-30-59

34%c




5-

(monthly)

Federal United Corp., $3 preferred

4%%

A

1

Federal Screw Works (quar.)

First National Stores

(quar.)

S.

6-

'

7

7-

1

—.———

preferred

General
.

Finance Co. of America at Baltimore—•

$12 %c

(quar.)

preferred

$1.12%

-

Filtrol

50c

;

1

(monthly)

6-30

Ltd.—

(quar.)

(quar.)

5-

Bearings

Firestone Tire & Rubber,

(quar.)

preferred

1

20c

6-30

Douglas .Oil Co. of Calif.—
Dover Corp.

6-

(quar.)

1

125c

common

40c

45c

7-30

t25c

Ltd

Dominion Stores, Ltd. (quar.)

Dorr

5-15

—

7-

•

Ltd.

2

(Battle Creek,

Fifteen

25C

.$1 preference (quar.)

Bros.,

6-

-

5-20

$62 %c

& Sons

12 %C

(Syracuse

1

Investments, Ltd.—

Dominion Tar & Chemical Co.,
Common (quar.)
*

Donohue

5%

$1.18%

7-

1

8-

Telephone Co. of Kentucky—

5c

6-

25c

(quar.)

Donnelley (R. R.)

General

5-23

5-31

U7%c

:Dominion A Anglo Investment Corp., Ltd.—
5Co preferred (quar.)
r

5-15

;

39c

(quar.)

(quar.).

<■

.

5-29

25c

(quar.)

15c

Dominion Electrohome Industries,
Dominion Scottish

5%

2

6-

50c

-

■

6-

6-12

130c

Dominguez OH Fields (monthly)
Monthly

-

Federal

10c

(quar.)

Dodge Mfg;, $1.56 preferred

•

Federal

6-16
6-

5%

Co.

$1.32

(quar.)
(Del.), class A (monthly)

Mortgage
B

6-16

4%

dividend

Pepper

Class

6-27

$1

(quar.)
Distillers Corp.-Seagrams, Ltd. (quar.)

Dr.

$1.30

5-15

lc

Federal Insurance Co.

6-10

30c

dividend)-.

Inc.

5-29

5-29

10c

Federal

2

5-15

8-

60c

(quar.)—
preferred (quar.)
preferred (quar.)

5-10

6-13

45c

Federal-Mogul-Bower

2

6-10

preferred

5-30

(quar.)

5-15

15c

Productions

$1

5c

30c

(quar.)

Casualty Co.
(quar.)

Mich.)

25c

—

(quar.)

(quar.)

Houses,

5-20

51.12%

pfd.

6%

&

Federal Glass Co.

25c

A

Dictaphone Corp., common
4Co preferred (quar.)—

Stock

6-10

15c

Life

2

6-

6-27

Dobbs

30c

■—

6- S

50c

(quar.)

Devoe & Reynolds Co., class
Class B

^

6-20

1

5-15

12- 5

6-

(stock

5-10

.

1

60c

Life Insurance

6-15

$1

50c

V

—

$3

:

12-15

6-16

(Walt)

5-23

6-16
5-30

6-

Extra

(quar,;

5-15

Equipment—

(reduced)

(quar.)
General Refractories Co.
(quar.)
General Steel Castings Corp. (quar.)
General Telephone Co. of California—
4%% preferred (1956 series) (quar.)
5% Co preferred (quar.)General Telephone Co. of Florida—
Common
(quar.)

1

5-

7-

(quar.)

62 %c

.

2

(quar.)—

General Portland Cement Co,

5-15

35c

Corp.,

62 %c

(quar.)

(quar.)—

9

5-15

5-29

3c

Extra

3

6-

6-

$1.25

preferred (quar.)—
$3 preferred (quar.)
1
$4.75 preferred (quar.)—,

'

2

6-

-

Fedders-Quigan Corp., common (quar.)
5%% preferred 1953 series (quar.)
Federal Compress & Warehouse (quar.)

3

30c

Club

6-

6-14

$10c

& Traders

Y.)

1

Co.

Disney

6-30

35c

Co

«fc

Brewing

Extra

6-

6-

6-20

10c

93%C

$1.60

22 %c

-

Farmers

6-

$2

1

—

Co.

5

6-

7-

'

5

5-16

6-16

$1.25

(quar.)—.—_

common

5-16

2

b-

20c

quar.),—

Co.

(quar.)
Advertising

Outdoor

Common

5-14
6-

$1.25

Equipment Acceptance

7-

25c

preferred

General Precision

5-14

2

6-19

•

Farm

Detroit

Diners

•

—

—:—

preferred (quar.)

General

5-14

2

6-

$3.75

$1.25
—

6-13

6-26

Inc.

6-

-

25C

(quar.)

2

7-15

Diebold,

$.160

$1.25

$5

5-14

-

2

6-

$1.42

Gc

7-

50c

Portland

2

(quar.)

5-14

(quar.)

Diamond

6-

Merchandise

General Motors Corp.,

7-

50c

(reduced

com.

(quar.)

General

5-14

$1.25

5-14

Detroit Edison Co.
Harvester

$1.41%

Industries,

preferred

•

(quar.)

Corp.

5-14

•

25c

2

$1

Tramway Corp.—
1st preferred

$2.50

5-29

Oil

Finance

5-14

2
2

$1.65

2

40c

$2.50 to $3.50

6-14

2

6-

5c

6-

40c

(quar.)

6-13

25c

(quar.)———
(quar.)

Co.

(Del.)
General Foods Corp.' (quar.)
5%

6-

35c

6-

12 %c

Supply Co. of New York

''-'J. 25c

6-27

General

$1.34

V

(quar.)
Famous Players Canadian Corp., Ltd.—
Quarterly

N.

debenture stock (quar.)

Dentist

6-13

6-16

5-14

6-2

$1.37%

—

Fansteel Metallurgical Corp.

2

6-27

50c

5-14

$1.37%

50c

97 %c

(quar.)

31%c

2

6-

SI.06%

2

6-17

6

6-

6-14

1

5-15

Crude

G-30

5-15

7-

6-

General

6-

5- 9

6-10

1

5-23

$1.02%

2

$2

1

30c

93 %C

RR. -(s-a)

common

Morse

Extra
Falstaff

6-

5-28

6-

6-14

7-

Foods, common (quar.)
—-—
preferred (quar.)
Fajardo Eastern Sugar Associates—
$2 preferred (quar.)
Falconbridge Nickel Mines, Ltd. (s-a)_——

1

7-

6-16

$1.50

6-2

Cigar

Fairmont

2

35c

5-16

—

General

convertible pfd. (quar.)—

Co., 6%

Fairbanks

7-

37 %c

(quar.)-

5-23

.4%

6-

2

preferred

5-23

Eafnir Bearing Co. (quar.)

$1

6-

2

6-

:$i

Georgia-Pacific Corp., common (quar.)

60c
93 %c

5-31

32 %c

5-23

90c

Fairbanks

4-28

1

6-15

5-15

City Steel Inc.—

General

preferred (1957 series) (quar.)
Erlanger Mills, common (quar.)_
4%% preferred (quar.)
Essex Co.
(extra)
Excelsior Insurance Co. of N. Y. (quar.)

11-

34c

1

(quar.)
Corp.—

1

11-15

/.—

$1.35

1S2.50

Dennlson Mfg.. common A (quar.)

Voting

preferred
Rcsister

8-

10c

(quar.)^

(quar.)__—

1

.—

-i—.—
Co., 7% gtd.

RR.

8-15

50c

12-20

2%

security profits)

Delaware

;

—

2

50c

1

(quar.)—

Pittsburgh

5-19

6-

pfd. iquar.)

7-

—

Railroad, $5 preferred
preferred (quar.)

$5

9-26
12-26

end a-distribution of 3%c from real-

come

8Co

5-20
6-

35C

Deere A Co., common
(quar.)
-t-7-%-? preferred (quar.-)
Delaware Fund'(9c-from net investment in-

.

1

1

25C

-——

Crystal

ized

5-20

1

67-

60c

5%.preference (s-a)

««

6-

50c

,

.

9

50c

Dairies (6tock dividend)
Dana Corp., common
(quar.)
3 %%
preferred
(quar.)!
Davidson-Boutell Co., 0% conv. pfd. (quar.)
David & Frere, Ltd., class B
Day-Brite Lighting Inc. (quar.)
Dayton & Michigan RR. Co., 8% pfd, (quar.)
Dayton Power & Light, common (quar.)_.—
3%% preferred A (quar.)
3% Cor preferred B (quar.)
3.90%* preferred C (quar.)
Debenture & Securities Corp. of
Canada—

■:

6-

50C

Formerly Diamond T Motor Car Co.
Daggafonteln Mines (lrreg.)_
Dahlstrom Metallic Door Co. (quar.)
Daitch

6-27

$5

(quar.)

Corp.

9

15c

1

A
(quar.)
Mines (quar.)——

Cyprus

1

75c

(quar.)

(quar.)

A

6-

12 %C

(quar.) —

$4 prior pfd.

preferred
(quar.)
Curtiss-Wrlght Corp.-—
Class

9-57

6-27

25c

$1.60

Class

—

9-29

$2
$1.50

(quar.)

common

7-

$1.75

preferred (quar.)
Telephone,

6-17

$1.75

preferred (quar.)

7%

6%

7-

4%'% preferred (quar.)
—
Equitable Credit Corp., 50c pfd. (quar.)-—
Equitable Gas, common (quar.)
4.50% conv. preferred (quar.)
Equity
Corp.,
common
(stock
dividend).
(13/lp0th of a share of Financial Gen¬
eral Corp. common for each share held)
$2 convertible preferred (quar.)

5-15

28c

6-20

2

-irr

7-

•

Cuban American Sugar

Cuban

7-

.

preferred

1

6-

25c

5-23

Corp. (Mich.)
Williainsport RR. Co.—

5%

7-11

7-

General Acceptance Corp., common iquar.)__
General America Corp.
(quar.)—.—

1

7-15

Emporium-Capwell Co. (quar.)—
Elox Corp.
(quar.)
Empire District Electric, com, (quar.)..—„

5-23

$2

preferred (quar.)
Crystal Oil & Land Co.—
$1.12 preferred (quar.)
$1.12 preferred (quar.)

7-21

15c

■■■

$1.03

preferred (s-a)
Emery Industries (quar.)

8

25c

68%C

10c

$1.18

7%

9

$30c

8%

6-20

Co.

Service

6% Co

5-31

7-

Elmlra &

25c

(quar.)

6-12

6-15

Elizabethtown Consolidated Gas (quar.)

Crown Cork & Seal Co., $2

5-15

75c

$1.12%

Investment

Electronics

2

General Baking Co., $8 preferred (quar.)—
General Builders Supply Corp.—
5% convertible preferred (quar.)__.

(quar.)

Co.

6-

4%

5-16

.

Electrolux

7-15

1

8-

(reduced)

Battery

Storage

fnc.,

Trailer,

Gate

32 %C

Co.

6-16

,

(quar.;—„

•

Gas

——

Electrographic Corp. (quar.)
Corp. (quar.)

5-16

8-

$3

.

►«»

Gardner-Denver Co., common

1

6

1

25c

5-23

•;

6

5-

7-

25c

—

5-16

6-16

5-

25c

pfd. (quar.)_™__—
of the Loom, Inc.—
non-cumulative preferred (s-a)
-I.¬

Fruit

2

6-10

1

20c

(quar.)

Auto-Lite

Electric

5-29

6-

(quar.)

.Class A

6

6-16

10c

(quar,)
Crown Cork. International Corp.—
.Class A

5-23

6-

,;6-

28 VeC

conv.

Class B

-

6-20

1

7-

25c

preferred
preferred

Electric

preferred (quar.)
Crossett Co., class A (quar.)

,

7-

Fruehauf

6-

6-16

40c

(quar.)——~—
4%%
(quar.)
5%% preferred (quar.).
—
5.36% preferred (quar.)————
5.50%
preferred (series of 1956) (quar.)
5.65% preferred (quar.)
5.68%-preferred (quar.)
6.40% preferred (quar.)
—
$5 second pfd. (series of 1957) (quar.)

5-12

2

6-

5-15
'

2

6-16

Company

Quflrfccrly
Friendly'Finance

Paso Natural Gas Co.—

6-

2

common

3-26

2

6-

6-16

—

preferred <quar.;_™

5-16

6-13

$1.06%

~

(quar.)—
(quar.)
v—.
(quat\)i„_.._-._.-.„

5-26

(quar.)

6-13

(quar.)r

C-

$4.12

Natural Gas

4%%

Co.,

40c

$$1.50

Cornell Paper

Coty International Corp
Crane Co., .3%%
preferred
Cribben & Sexton Co.—

Electric

common

5-13

$$1.25

(quar.)

(quar.)

Inc.

6-15

;quar.;_..—

6-12
5-15

75c

_

Quarterly
Copeland Refrigeration (reduced)
(H.) Distillery, Ltd., class A
Class B non-voting

Stores,

1

5-23

6-12

$$1.25

Bridge Works

Pitt

5%%

•'

1

Paso

1

6-14

6-

+25c

7-

2

6%

(final)
class A

(quar.)

$37 %c

6-

6-

60c

25c

1

El

6-14

7-

7%C

(quar.)—

20c

6%

1

25c

;

8-

35c

Freeport Sulphur Co. (quar.)—
Friedman
(L.;
Realty
(quar.).

5-30

7-

15c

$1

Eddy Paper, Ltd., common
Class A
(quar.)
Bros.

6-14

$25c

'

Ordinary

B

Foxboro

—

25c

common (quar.)—
preferred (quar.)
——
Cooper-Bessemer Corp. (quar.).
——
Copp Clark Publishing Co., Ltd.—
V, ; V

5-31

—

6-16

prior

Corby

Corp.—

5-13

6-12

(quar.)

Foster-Forbes Glass Co., common

5-23

6-16

—

1

Cook Paint-Varnish,

6-10

$$1.75

(accum.)

32 %c

—

Motor

Foremost Dairies

6-12

6-30

30c

7-

(quar.)——*

Ford

Fort

pfd.

5-26

20c

(quar.)

Ltd. (Ordinary)
(Canada), Ltd.,

Ford Motor,

'

$$1.30

1

4-25

5-30

55c

$1.13

I

5-26
6-16

50c

Corp.
;;
Baler (quar. )„

Ecuadoreun

5

Ford Motor Co.

3%

(quar.)__,--__~~~*—---—

(quar.)

Corp.

5-23

Class

Paper

Economy

6-

6-10

31 %C

(quar.)—

Lines

Air

Eastern

6

6-16

—

(stock dividend)—

7.

5-13

3%

(quar.)
Forbes & Wallace Inc., class B

10c

—

<qu~r)

Co.

preferred

5.20%

6-13

7-

93% C

l——

Easy Washing Machine Co., Ltd.—
5%' 1st preference A (quar.)
—
East Tennessee Natural Gas, com. (quar.)—

5-20

6-

quar.)

Kootenay Power Ltd.,

East

$1

monthly

pay

preferred (quar.)

Eagle-Picher

—

(Chicago) (quar.)
Continental.Can Co.. common (quar.)
$3.75* preferred (quar.)
;—
4.50%' conv. 2nd'pfd (quar.)—
Continental Oil Co. (Del.) (quar.)
—
Continental Oasualty Co. (Chicago)
(quar.)
Continental- Copper & Steel Industries—
Common 1otoek dividend)
5% preferred <quar.)
Continental Gin Co., 4%% Pfd. (quar.)
Continental Life Insurance (Toronto) (s-a)_
Controls Co.-of -America

7-1

i

5-20

5-26

12 %c

—

Foote Mineral Co.

Dynamics Corp. of America—
$1 convertible preference (s-a)

6-6
6-6
6-6
5-14

1

Co.

Duriron

35c

Mart, Inc. (quar.)
Stock dividend

25c

on).

now

Duro-Test Corp., common

4-30

5%

7-

(will
1—j.—
.

1

6-

-

Payable of Rec.

Share

Company

Food

5-15

Hol&ere

When

Par

Name of

of Rec

6-10

5c

(resumed)
( quar.)_

International

from

5-13

5-28
5-30

$1.12'/a

4# preferred (quar.
Continental Assurance Co.

Corning

2

$37 %c
$1.04

preferred (quar.)——-$4.52 preferred (quar.)
Consumers Wuter Co. (Me.)
(quaiy
Container Corp. of America—

;

Monday, May 26, 1958

.

Holder»

Payable

Share

Company

U. H.( & Son
Bradstreet. Inc.

Dunhill

1

_

—-

$4.50

$3

Dun &

$10c

<quar.)_

preferred

$4.16

Dulany

5-15

Co.—

Power

Consumers

5-20

2

30c

(quar.)

Paper

Consolidated Water, Power &
Glass, Ltd. (quar.)

2

6-

U2c

--

Consumers

6-

50c

(quar.)
5% pfd. (e-a)——_—_
Consolidated Theatres Ltd^ class A (quar.)
Paper Co.

Consolidated

Name of

Payable of Rec.

>

When

Per

Holderi

When

Par

Share

Name of Company

;

,

.

(2342)

Griesedieck Co.,

5%

convertible pfd.

Grocery Store Products Co.
Grolier

37%C

(quar.)

(quar.)

Society (quar.)

(Continued

6-14

6-30
8-

1

,

7-25

on page

48)

20c

6-13

5-23

20c

■

6-16

5-29

Volume

187

Number 5745

.

.

The Commercial and Financial
Chronicle

.

(2343)

Stock Record «» New York
Stock Exchanae

VF«p^L*re6L°eMlIBcICDELc,

WEEItU V0U,"E W TMDIM

YEARLY RANGE OF SALE PRICES
Range for Previous
Year 1957

Lowest
-28

Oct

21

92

2

17

30% Jan

3

43% Jan

13

102% Jan

7

17% Jun 10

14

NEW YORK

Highest

5174 July 15
104 7'2 May 22

Nov 13

11% Jan

Lowest

337a Jun

37% Feb 12

STOCKS

Range Since Jan. 1

Highest

57% May
110 % May

2

4%
ABC

19 74 May 23

30

12 U Oct

21

21

Dec

27

3874 Jan

8

1974 Jan

24% Jan

3

20% Dec

24

277/2 July 18

20% Jan

2374 May

6

24

Mar

132

Feb

1

12

204

45% Oct 21

30

July

2

Dec

Jun

30

2

114

Oct

.

Jan

31

2

2% Jan
11% Jan

3

72

240

Oct

146

Sep

Jan

2
16

Corp
Alabama, & Vicksburg
Alaska Juneau Gold

Mar 17
Jan

2

681a Nov 18

98% Jan

23% July

3

21

2

Jan

3612 Dec 24

59

Oct

4

40% Jan

23% Dec 30

30% Jan

8

27

,

Jan

30

477a Jun

19

1074 May 19
35% Jan
2

20

82

30

74

6

237a Nov 19

39

Jau

53 Ya

July

8

July

8

30

102

80% Feb
25

4

99

27

;Jan
2
26% Apr 10.
00% Jan
2

Jan

Inc

No

Corp

4.08%

Mfg

common

convertible

22

Jan

IS

10

27% Jan

21

36

Apr 29
May 23

33% Feb 21

44

j.

88 % Nov

13

59

22

Oct

14

Dec
Oct

30

31*4 Jan

7

77

113

25
2

767a May 12

14% Jan

2

2

85% Jan

13

9774 Jan

3

25

Oct

21

32 % Dec

2774 Apr

7

51

Sep

5

lft%Fcb

9

3774 Aug
8
99% Mar 28

34 % Jan

937a Nov 13

16 "a Oct

11

27

5

May

9

8

33% Jan

8

78

140

18

July

108% Apr

37% Feb

4

13

Jan

2

20 Ya

6% July 11

3% Jan

2

45% July 25
42 % Mar
7

41% Jan

18

2

38% Dec 30
53

% Jan

25

28

Oct

24

.

75% Nov 26

351/4

Oct

May

6474 July
64
Sep
39 % Jan
93% Feb

22

2

10

Jan

40

5

Feb

2

39% Jan
62% Jan

2/

29% Jan 17.
80% Jan
3

27

48% July 15

25

30

Feb

.

38% Jan

2

11% May
7
137a Dec 30

May 22
1774 Aug 27
277a Jan

35

49

297a Oct

22

39 %

16%

Dec

70

Oct 28

23

12

1

1974 Jan

2

11% Jan

2.

23% Jan

107s Oct 21

2

82% Feb

17% Apr 23

19% Dec 30

14% Jan

7

16% Jan

3

135

Feb

2

18

75

84% Dec
5
15 V2 Aug 19

73
13

Jan

97% Jun

7

34

Jan

3

13

Feb
Jan

'

■

a

92

15% Jan

>

93

10

Oct

2

17% Jun
102

11

Jan

7

9ft

12

May 27
43% July 10

Jan

32% Jan

78

Aug 28

83

79

41

Jan

21
22

17% Jan

28

99% Feb

92

• Apr 21
14% Jan 27

20% May 7
102
Apr 11

17

Jun

108

•

Oct

5874 July 18
28% Jun 13

47% Jan

16

88

20% Dec 20
24

Dec

11

5% Jan

4

6

29

July 31
31
July 31
16 % Jun *12

Nov 14

"44"

Feb

11

7

18% Dec 23

3374 May

30% Oct 22
10 % Dec

24

141

Nov

15

35% Dec 31
133 % Nov

4

39% Oct
Oct

30

27% Dec

31

47% Jan

113

3

45% Mar 12
6
22% Nov

6774 Dec

9574 May 16

28

.

23 V4 Mar
23 74 May

7

1

Jan

2

14% Apr

Jan

2

2

1474 May 12
60% May 23

20% Jan
36

2

39% Mar

2

154

,

Jan

22

6

42% Jan

7

11% Jan

6

28% Mar 13

Apr 21

3374 Apr

9

1474 Mar 13

9

157

Jan

5
1*

*3

Jan

15

,

11774 Jan

3

2774 Jan

56
Apr 29
12574 May
1
3374 May
6

31

65% Jan

6

Apr

24

25% Feb

12

Oct

24

34 74 Apr

25

31 Ye Jan

tt

7% Oct

24

12

75
Apr 28
3074 May 23
33% Apr 23

2

8% Jan

2

11% Mar 19

4

167% Jan

2

178% May 23

31

74% Feb

27

87 % May 22

.30

160

Oct

22

69% Aug 22

111% Aug 19
25

Dec

30

8% Oct

22

24

Nov

40

Jan

179% Mar
78% Jan
1317c Feb

14

122% Jan

8

44% July 11
1174 July 26

25% Jan

2

9% Jan

2

7

2774 Feb

6

Jan

8

22% Oct

4

2574 Jan

23

23% Jan

9% Oct

10

21

7

10% Jan

2

3.9% Oct

22

19 72

Mar

26

5

39% Dec 30

33% Aug
72% Jan

9

40

Jan

45

13

81

2

4774 Apr

8

Dec

31% Feb

30
2

84

Aug 29
32%. Dec 30
22% Oct 21
24% Oct 22

*21 footnotes

May

45

Dec

95% May

134

Apr

23

31

Apr

10

147« M«v 23
'

2274 Jan

2

'

11

41,

28 74" Mar

3

26% Mar 13
1274 Jan

2714 May
48

28

7

Mar 24

57% Mar 25

3

31%

274

-

16%

3174

114

114

2074- -,•2074

80

77'4

7774

4%

5 74

5

4%

20%

'190

210
90

16

34%

;■

95

*13%

1374
70

3 4 74

90

*87

16

367a

•'

1374
76 74

7574

*24'/4

24%

2474

42

■.■>92

7674
24-7#

43

t

7

54

2

100

May 21
May 13

Inc

4 3 74

43

74

34 74

*13%

74

13% s

74

.

1674

1674

45.900

6,300

11674'

2074

,20

20%

1.400

80

5

20

574

17,200

210

~2Q

90

16

1674

12,900

35%

.

2.5.74

21,700

95

"13 74

■'

74

43,

700

76%

24.400

25

900

42%

76

1374

7574
25

7574
,Oq

43

9.000

35

3474

35

1074

1074

1074

1074

45%

11%

1174

44',4

1174

44%

1174

117a

4474

4474

44

79

79

44%

4374

44

79

79

79

79

2274

7874

78%

200

21,500

79

35

3574

35%

35%

3,900

.

8,300
11,500

2274

22%

95%

23%

X9574

2274

2374

9574

23 74

*9574

237,,

3171.

31%

9574

3174

►95 74

9 6 7a

31%

•95%

967V

2674

2774

3174

31 %

2674

317 a

2774

31%

313

4

657#

2 7 74

06

2774

277#

2,100

6474

31%
27 74

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27%

2774

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6774

73,900

67 7a

68

67%

67%

25,300

32

35

22

%

"

43 74

46

43 74

44

43

36%

*35

*3474

36

*35

44

40

42

35%

35%

4274

4374

937-1

9474

39%

39%

947a

9474

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75 74

75

75

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75%

17%

17%

1774

17%

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9374

93 %

41

93%

4074

407,

105

3074
-

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105

41

1057V 10574

30%

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65

*03

*

31

41%

104"'a

106 7

30%

307 a

65

65

73%

18%

93

21%

34%

2171,

34%

94

41

4074

34%

34%

700

-

35,500
400
r

4074,

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3074

3074

30%

30%

700

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•

217b

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14,700

74

17%

94

1067a

65

2074

-

747-4

41

21 >4

*99

9674

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a

*

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7,000

17%

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20%
*99

200

44

95

1774

17 7 a

92 %

41

10

940

36

43

74 74

1774
92%
.-

'

36

200

*

100

1

ft% preferred
20
American Cable & Radio
Corp
1
American Can Co common
12.50
7%
preferred,
25

*65

67

65

70

500

,

65

70

21%

34%

-

2174

2174

23 74

53,700

34 7 u

34%

34%

34 Tu

3,100

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—

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17%

177«

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1974

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43%
77'.,,

43 7 o

437',,

44

76%

7674

76 7

77

*99

4174

41

47

*19%
5

1774

17%

20

*19%

5

46!

a

17%

47%

15.800

20

5

100

5

467a

5,700

46 7 a

29,500

'"

Ye

41%

4174

44
a

77

417a

4474
,

77,'

4174

44%

7674

44
.

■

77 '.

4174
44

3,300
1,000

77

5,000

3474

34 74

35 74

3574

94

93%
46%

9374

94

94

„

47

47%

47

477a

"

30%

30%

3174

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10

31 74

4374

44 7

4374

1

44 74

17%

1874

18

5

74

19 74

17%.

1774

1774

17%

37

3674

3674

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24'4

2474

24%

2474

2474

25

2474

25'

25%

26%

6,300

13 '4

137#

13%

13%

14

14 74

14

1474

17,200

23%

137,,.
2374

13%.

23

237a

24

6,000

40c

No par
12.50
10

l
No par

*30%

*77

90

1574
*1.03
*13 74

1

19%

*10074

4

81

9074
15%
110

1374

1974

23 74
*78

1574
*103

19%

•-

36

*33%

95*

•94

3674

3374

*8474

3374
86

50%

5174

1

20%

20%.

*95%

97

*10174
3374
*84

74

477n

36,300

31%

3174

327a

32

327a

44

43

437a

43%

43 74

3,500
27,600

1874

1974

1874

187#

1874

197-V-

177 a

1774

1774

18%

18

187a

37' '

•36

90

16

100

247a

24

24%

81 '

81

9074

9074

91

9174

4,800

167a

2,000

19%

13%
197a

"

24

.

1674

1674
110

•103

13%
19

16%:

110

•103

13%

"200

13%

1374

102

102

102

•197 a

10274

Co

600

1974

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1974

3474

X3374

34%

80

*84 7a

86

3474

34,

♦8474

86

34 Ya
•84

3474

3,800
—

20

15,100

85

52

52 %

53

5374

53%

1,900

2074

2174
97

102

51%

52 74

2074

102

2174

2074

21%

2174

2274

47,800

97

95 74

9574

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*95%

1

98

30

21

4.400

20%

2071

20-%

20%

207 a

2074

2074

20%

20%

20

preferred

5,300

80

110

137a

1974

10,700

38

80

167 b

■103

1374

•36

-

90%

90

1574

38 74 '

'

80

*78

5174
*95%

30

.

47%

2

com

900

94 7 <

4774

43%

110

*1374

3574
•94

4774

80

89 74

35% '

'

102

100

par

common

preferred

American Molasses

4674

•

46%

5%% prior preferred
100
American Mach & Fdry common
7
3.90%
preferred
100
Amer Machine & Metals
No

convertible

47

1774
.*

*9374

10

20

1

574%

40%

17%
20

5%

3474

100

Products

5

43%

preferred

American Metal

5%

10

No par

common

Inc

,

4174

American International Corp
American Investment Co of III

Climax

5

41%

American Home Products

4%%

74

41 >4

100

American Hardware Corp
American Hawaiian SS Co

Amer Metal

5

47 Ya

com

American European Secur
American Export Lines Inc
American & Foreign Power

noncumui&tlve

17%
19%

5

4674

American Cyanamid Co
American Distilling Co__l
h American Electric Power Co
American Encaustic Tiling
American Enka Corp

American Ice Co

16%
19%

No par
No par

Cable,

American Crystal Sugar
4%% prior preferred,,

*22%

23%

*2274

2374

*22%

2374

*2274

2374

*22%.

23%.

*13%

14%

•1374

14

13%

13%

14

14

14%

400

5

13%

13%

13

14

13 7a

147a

1374

1374

1374

13"',,

139,100

25

5974

60'4

60

60%

6074

607a

60!

60::

607a

607

American News Co
American Optical Co

No par

24%

247,

25

25

247a

25%

2574

2574

25

25

1

3674

37

37

3774

37 74

37%

3774

88

38

38

Amer Potash

& Chemical

No par

3774

37-%

37 74

37%

377

38%

38

39

37%

387 a

24,200

Amer Rad

Std Sany common

12

23,100

1

American Motors Corp
American Natural Gas

&

Co

5
100

Co

29 7„

62%

62'#

63

42 ? 2

43

43

150

149

151

100

155

*153
29

2974

62

61

61 ?

44%

44%

45

27,800

151

240

62

62

44

43%

44%

44

15174

*150

151 %

*61

150

54%.

54 7 4

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5474

54 7 „

52%

125%

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12574

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125%

12374

1247a

•1237a

32%

32%

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31%

317a

31%

317,,

32!,,

31%

70 74

717V

25
25
5

69

69,74
29
33 74

33%

1074

10

177

54

5374
1257

2,800
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4

180

1,000

a

40

31%

4; 900

7374

3,200

29 74

09%
*29

29
33 %
*10

55

1,300
2,200

29

63

150

xll%

7.000

155

2674

29%

*12374

29%

29%

29

30

30%

307*

2,100

33 3

33%

33%

3374

3374

33 V"

'33%

10

1074

9%

107a

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10%

600

1777a

1787«

74,400

83%

8574

34,500

7074

4

-10

7274

72

74

177 74

17774

177%

17774

1777a

8674

86-%

87%

83 74

178

737a

1,400

100

&

&

85%

85%

13174

13174

1317a

1317a

132 ?'a

2874

2874

2874

2974

2874

28%

2874

2874

28%

2874

32,600

5

12%

13 '

1274

1374

13%

1374

13 74

137a

1374

14%

21,100

132

132

1317a

131

690

500

27 %

27'4

74

2774

*27 7a

28

277-4

2774

28

28

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2074

*2574

26%

♦2574

26%

*2574

2674

26

26

11%

113 8

117«

1174

11%

1174

117a

1174

11%

25%

25%

2374

257-4

257a

257a

2,000

4374

43%

44

44 74

44%

45%

32,500

50

50

517a

51

5174

530

54

54

54

53

5374

2,600

100

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103

♦100

1

11

27

1

25%

25%

25 74

25%

50

4274

43 7«

43

43%

No par

49 74

49 74

4974

50

51%

53

52%

53

Corp

Cable

Common

6.25

88,

Jan

33.

Jan

2

22

Jan

13

37% Apr 28
2974 May 8

40

Mar 20

$4 preferred
Anderson Clayton & Co
Anderson-Prichard Oil Corp

2574 Apr

21

30

Andes

Mining—

133

25

Smelting

,

8774

25

series

Lead

85 3 h

25
com

17674

25

common

Amphenol Electronics
Anaconda Co

Copper

11%

„

100

5%%

Wire

1174
*153

29%

1

preferred

Anaconda

12

157

„

100

1

American Viscose Corp
American Water Works Co
Preferred 6% series
Zinc

153

a

__25

common

Co

American Tobacco

Preferred

150

a

11%
*

29%

American Sumatra Tobacco
American Tel & Tel Co
:

American

1174
157

30!,,

Amer Sugar Refining common
7%
preferred

6%

11%
*153

29%

6% noncumulative preferred
American Steel Foundries

American Stores

11%
157

14

No par
No par

Ship Building; Co

Amer Smelt & Refg com
7% preferred
i

American Snuff

11%
*153

%

10

Co

9

12

2,100

3%

*114
"

'

160

3%

*92

137s'

-13%

-

42

9374

common

July 12

Feb

"

95

*49

Anchor Hocking Glass Corp—
Jan

*154

1674

347V

900

32

90

16%
35

1374
-

225

90

16

3474

95

19,000

*190

34%

*92

1.700

583 4

Broadcasting-Paramount

Theatres

b%

210

1674
95

2174

*77%

1574
*92

1974

:
;

574

*190

100

8,500

58

3174

80

5

210

7574

:

43%

*7774

3474
;

*

247a

11074

<

1,500

9%

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2074

574

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<

>20 < '

4,500

190

19%

17 v

*114 !

;

•

21
'•

3%

1674

'

"1

8

78

*190

*87

20 ?

2%

4.900

297a-

9f74

'

3174
160 '

*154'
.

11674

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-

•

58%?
223

'3174

'

17

*114

20%;

'

2%

1674

2174

•5774/

'

*21774

160

274

17

1

i9o

197,,:

21 Ya'

".

32

*154

2%

16%

114

*

.

160

18 7 a
•

*2974

9'%,

1

222

39%

.No par
100

May 31




3174
'154

t-i

1974

*2167#

97a

;:

21 ?e
58 74

•

39%

2

43%

nape

31%

215

90

.No par

coin,.

50%

SAP

56%

9474

_

3

2174

57

93%

50

American

May

46% Mar 24

22

5674

39 "a

6%

7% preferred
American Seating

154

21%

210

100

60

35% Jan
145
Apr

187#

974

23

2974
189%;

35%
41%

1
-

May 12
3074 May 13

22% Jan
4374 Apr

97% July 3
63% Jun 11
155 74 Jan 24

45% Jan
12374 Feb

22 74 May 23

2

8

Apr
4
3474 Jan 10

18

84 % Apr 14
57% Mar 24

11

158

17.% Oct 21
52% Dec 31

14

6

48% Jan

377a May 17
66 34 July 11
187'a Jan
9

22

Jan

37% Feb

22% May

64% Jan 31

33% Oct

Jan

•

20% Feb

872 Mar 21

Oct 22

■

28

May 8
'16% Mar 11

2

vo

-

Jan

93

J

29%. Oct 22

14%. Apr 28

2474 May 22

27

16

26% May 23

31

16% Jun

'10% Feb 12

Jan

Apr 30

187b

9 7a
1874

<"

j

*29%

*18774

95 74

1

I

1HC1C11C

Bakeries Co

American Chain &

37

2

Nov 29

12% Oct 22

73%.Nov 26

VUliYCiVll.'iC

American Chicle Co

4574 May 2
1974 May 20
18% Apr 21

1374 Jan 30

14

Jun

3174 Feb

Oct 21

,w

8

4774 May 22
13274 May 9

9%

s211

160

,

74

1
w

American

8

May 22
96% Mar 6

214

9

23 74'

2274

.No par

45% Feb
36,

24

.

Apr 28

974'-.

'
;

.No par

7974 May

•

89% Jan 17

29 72 Apr

23% Oct 22

May 19

42% Jan 21

2

3

4

25

574 May 15

48

,

24

8

,

.19 3

Apr

7V

2974
189

—12.50
;

8

May

237k

'7874

50

6

90

Mar 31

:

1877a

Co—

prefen

23 74 May 23

2

37% Nov 27

35% Jun 20

May 21

*2974

18774

v

t

*22 74

28,000

-

1074

100

>

Amer

24Ya Jan

convertible

2

.65

t

1974 Feb 25

19

Aug
8
3% Oct 22

6%

24

32% Jan

59% Mar 19

577a July

32% Dec 30
104% Feb 12

113 8 Dec

31

Mar

66,

29%

186

2974
186

'

19%

4474

10

17
25

*29

2974

43%

1

,

95 74 May 14

4274 Apr

207a

34 74

No par

96% May 23

6474 Jan.

3

Jan

Feb

16

70% Aug
24% Jan

30

81

52

20%

75%

10

May 23

53% July ,3
147% Jun
7

22%/'

24%

5

preferred

Amalgamated Leather

21

31

22%

1574

_ioo

Aluminium Limited
Aluminum Co of America

30% Feb

Dec

22%

3374

No par

.

Alpha Portland Cement,/

29 % Jan

33

47,600

227a

20%

*92

Dar

—

common

32% Mar 12

2474 Nov 13

20

*87

NoDar

_

3474 Mar 11

217a Dec 27

20

474

-18

preferred

Allis-Chalmers

74% Mar 24

3,300

1974

20

>180

,__1"

Allied Products Corp

Allied Stores

16

39

1974

20'4
*7774-

IIHI —5

Allied Laboratories
Allied Mills

4%

X3874

20

114

.100

gtd

Allied Kid Co

80% Apr 22
2674 Jan 22

3974

1974

conv

Industries Inc—
Allied Chemical Corp

May 13

■•187a

387a

2074

1674

.100

Allen

47% Mar 19

•-

•

2274 May 19
91% Jan
8

4

271'2 Dec 23

20

39

19%

—1

Alleghany & West Ry 6%

4974 Mar 24

Dec

36% May 9
119
May 16

14% Feb

9

187«

39

274

1

prior preferred,—_No par
preferred
.,10
Alleghany Ludlum Steel ~Corp" .,,1

3774 Mar 11
Jan

! —2

preferred A

200

39

conv

6%

3574 May 23
1574 Jan 21

70 % Dec

17

$4

2

35

,Jan

27

13

Nov

Jan

5%%

96

2

12

22%!Aug 13

17

1874 Mar 28

91. Apr 18
-1274 Jan
3:
,72% Apr 29

3

20'4 Nov 26

Apr

91% Jan

21

16% Nov 25

7

211

5,300

10874

*108

20

31%
*154

.100

474% preferred—_/
Alleghany Corp common

700

5574

20

*210

,1111Z .,,5
IIII" .100

/"

3774

5474

10874

1774

Shares

'37 Yt

55 74

19 74

*18%
19%
*22 74 " 22 %V
56
56%

.100

Mining

1774

38

5474
*108

19%

9

.,,2

7%
preferred-,,
1
Aldens Inc common,.

1774

*37%
'

10874
17%

,3874

1.84

1

Alco Products Inc common

Apr 21
Apr 30
5% Jan 27

.

100

RyZZZZ'Z

10874

Sales for
the Week

1974

1

—No par

pfd 1951 series

Alabama Gas

2

80

2

-

80

3

5974 Dec

May

conv

5474

-

Friday

1974
22%

10

Aetna-Standard Engineering Co
4.50%

39

17%

v

—III—i_Hl

Air Reduction Inc
common

6

21

* Jan

165

13

Nov

1

5574
109

3774
5574

May 23

Thursday
May 22

,

May 21
*3774

1974
22%

No par

~

54%
*108

17%

Wednesday

3 7 74

197%
-

_i

__

55%

38%"

1

"Jo

Corp

3 7 74

109

17%

~~~25

Corp__

Aeroquip Corp

74 May 22
1774 May 7
114
Apr 28

474 Jan

14% Apr
3074 Jan

65 % Apr

87

Admiral

5474

*10874

Inc""I

Addressograph-Multigraph

3

2

5

110.% Jun

22

201s Dec

May 23

Mar

33

2

Jan

14

24

Dec"30

121b Oct

210

5

1

Tuesday
May 30

37%'

*37

100

~

Adams-Mlllis Corp

5874 May 23

8

24% Jan

6

25 74 May

4SR4 Jan 13

14

93,14 Dec 17

28-8

*

common

preferred

Vending Corp

LOW AND HIGH SALE
PRICES

Monday
May 19

Par
1

ACF-Wrigley Stores
Acme Steel Co
Adams Express Co,

1074 May 15
21% Jan
8

2

193% Jan

108

9% Jun

17

SO1-! Dec

190

28

Jan

8

30

190

1674 Jan

18% May 13
77% Jan 14

13% Dec 20
Oct

2

Jan

Aug 28
3% May 28
19% Jan 10

25

3'? 4 Dec

Jan

-7

257a Dec 16

"

70

143

7

3074 May

conv

:

ACF Industries Inc__—

160

1
23

lO'a Dec 30
107

6

7

5

14

207a May 21

2474 Jan

31% July 23
65 % July
8
232% Jun 28

176?a Feb 15

155

14% Jan

Jun

317s July

31

.23'a Dec

45% Feb

1474 Jan

11

16% Dec

37% Jan

27% Jan 11

■6% Dec 30
19% Oct

..

Abacus Fund
Abbott Laboratories

6

36% Dec

64% May 17
16 74 May 27

STOCK

EXCHANGE

37 74 May 12

Jan

FOR EYERY LISTED SYOCK

No par

21.80

10
,14

*100

3574

103

35%

2774

27%

*2674

277#

*100

*35%
27

*26%

103

537-a
100

74

103

30

3,000

10

35%

35%

35%

35 3 a

35%

35%

35%

600

27 7a

27%

28%

27%

28%

2774

287a

10,900

27%

*20%

277*

•2674

277*

*2674

2774

15

The Commercial and Financial

16

Chronicle

.

.

Monday, May 26, 1958

.

(2344)

EXCHANGE STOCK RECORD

NEW YORK STOCK
Bange tor Previous
Year 1957

25

29

Jan

2

21% Dec 31

36

Jan

4

2?

Feb

25

28% May

39% Dec 10
10% Oct 21

65% Jan

39% Apr

7

49% May

16% Jan

2
8

12 Va Feb

10

20% Nov 18

30

Jan

4

22 '/s Jan

2

5
14

92

79

Sep

18

Feb

15% Mar

Feb

18

Feb

26

32% Jun

5

16% Apr

7

3% Jan

7
8

May
Jan

22

6% Jun

86

7
22
13
1
5

27% Apr
90

3% Oct 22

Archer-Daniels-Midland

35% Mar 24

39% Apr

18

28% Dec

No par

33%

5

27%

29% Jan

23

16% Jan

23% May 20

16

Ashland

36% July 19
19% May 6

Feb

25

27% Feb

12

30% May 20

22

6% Jan

9

9% May 21

6Vb Jan

2

27% Oct

8 % Nov

22

15

Oil

88% Nov
G3% Nov

103
78

4

4

Jan

28

27%

28%

7,100

48

49%

48%

49%

14%

14%

14%

14 Vb

35,700
19,600

27

26%

26%

12,900

89 Vb

83%

88 %

50

13%

14%

27

27 %

27

616%

com

27%

26%

27%

26%

89%

*88%

89%

88%

88%

*88 %

17

*16%

17

17

*16%

7%

8

8

15%

15%
29%

15%

29%

.

29%

,

8 Vb

-

9%

-

8.%

24%

8 Vc

8 Vb

34,300

24 Vb

24 Vb

2,700

->'15%

29%
9%

6,900

15%

29%

•

9%r

9%

■-

15%

29%

29%

1,500

9Vb

23,300

15%

*29%

15%

15%

29%

v

•

9% >

100

17

17

17

t

24 %

8

8%
24

24

30%

8%

9

8%

*16%

8%

24
15%

23%

24%

24

2.50
1

Dry Goods Corp—

2

preferredAssociates Investment Co
5.25%

5

May

7

77% Feb

32%

1st

33

102%

1
100
10

Common

34% Apr 25
105

6

67

27%

48

9

-

,

*

2

Jan

94% Jan

\

28%

14

preferred $1.50 series—No par
Products Corp_
5

Associated
29

May 6
Jan 28
Jun
6

34

27%

47%

2nd

ASR

34%

13%

1

.

Refining

&

33%

46%

"88 %

Industries

Arvin

34 Vb

13%

_—5

Carpet Co Inc
Inc

Artloom

33%

46%

13%

4,500

33%

46 %

5

$3.75 preferred
Arnold Constable Corp—

9

27%

33%
47%

1
No par

Armstrong Cork Co common

8% May 20

S

34
28%

33%

34
27%

Shares

May 23

May

10

& Co

Armour

31% May 31

17

Corp
Steel Corp

Armco

17

Dec

27 Vb Oct

Oil

Argo

14% Dec 24

28

May 21

the Week

Friday

Thursday

Wednesday

May 20

Par

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Tuesday

May 19

EXCHANGE

Sales for

PRICES

SALE

HIGH

Monday

STOCK

YORK

NEW

1

Range Since Jan.

AND

LOW

STOCKS

,

103

103

103

103

-

*102

104,

,

72%

,

33%

33%

33%

\

;

72%,;

72%

72 Tb

*72

72%

72 Vb

33%

33

33%

33

103

1,800

33%

1,400

73%

73

I n

150

104

'102

-

73*

■t !.]
i

Topeka & Sante Fe—

Atchison

29% Jan

10

Jan

83% Nov

50% July 15
57% Jun
6

27% Jan

31% Dec

27

95

1

26 % Nov 13

86% Nov 13

86

11% Jan

24

18

Jan

24

14 % Jan

30% Jan

2
2

47% May 23

18% Mar 22
May 15

25% Oct

21

4% Oct

22

7% July

5

1

48% July

3

5% Jail

16% Apr

8

34

3% Jan

6

16

9 % Jan

2

15

34% Jan

6

30

Baltimore

8

97% Jan

2

105

Feb

10

4Va%

Mar 18

95

Feb

21

4%

Mar

39% Apr

102

July 22
22% Dec 10

95

58% July 25

22% Apr

45% Dec 23

63

May 16
2
57% Jan

45% Apr
29 % Jan

July 23

49% Feb

25 '

80

17

89

Nov 14

60

28

Feb

90

8

7

53% Feb

5

2

34

15% Jan

18

19% July 25

16% Jan

21

71% May 22

45 % Apr

8

Mar 24

23

15% Aug

16% Jan

16

17% Dec

6

148

Apr

18

3%%

Apr
5
20% Jan 11

93

Jan

9

103% Feb

14

4% Yo

10% Jan

2

Jan

28

l6
86% Aug
9
31% Jan 24

18 Vb May 16

25% Jan

2

73% Jan

3

83

Jan

2

29% May 23

23

26

15% Oct

I 74 u

22
1

27% Feb

12

10% Mar

18

14

-35% July

2

28% Jan

2

13% Aug

1

10 % Jan

2

8

11% Feb

24% Jan 31

36 % Mar 15

50% Jan

2

42

Jan

10

89% Feb

6

90

Mar

4

85

Jan

44% Apr

18

21

May 14

18 Va Jan

2

18

48

May

45

66% May 17

Oct 21

42

Jun

1% Jan

% Dec 20

9
28

Aircraft

Bell

&

Apr

26

Dec

30

32% July 15

28 % Jan

33% Apr 21

15

47% Dec

16

45 % Jan

57 Vs May 23

Best

30 Yt Oct

21

54% Jan

33% Dec

18

48% May 22

20

149% Jan

3

6% Dec 23

15% Jan 11

6% Jan

2

136

Jun

Bestwall

42

33% Jan
36 % Jan

66

Jan

2

64

64% May 17

36

Jan

30

45

May 21

21V* Dec 18

43% Jan

2

23<% Jan

2

19 % Dec

31

33 % Jan

2

18% May 20

12% Dec 23

29% Jan

14

12% Jan

2

2

34% Feb

25

5

Boeing

9

14% Jan

2

18% Feb

5

Bohn

7
8

221/2 Jan

27

Jan

9

14% Jan

2

17Tb May 23

29

Oct

75

11

Apr

61 Vs Jan

10

14

Dec

31

25

20

Dec

31

32

11

Dec

6

14

Oct

22

,Jan
Apr

3

16% Jan
17 % May

9% May

15

May

9

27

Bliss

&

Bliss

(E W)

42% May1

13

2

11% Dec

5

10 Vb Jan

2

63% Dec

2

60% Jan

6

68

25% Dec

24

46

Jan

10

73

Oct

30

87

Jan

22

25% Apr 23
78
Apr
9

85

45

Oct 30

48 Vs Jan

Bon

541% May

3

7% Jan

Borden

16

10

18 Va Apr

6% Oct 22

HVa Jan

6% Jan

2

27% Dec

Dec

2

10

26% Jan

2

5

Braniff

Feb

35 Vb May

13

30

87

Jan

15

92

13

34% Jan

6

44

Jan

15

11 Vb Jan

2

48 V4 May 22
36% Aug
7

30

42% Jan
32% Jan
22 % Jan

15

88% Mar 11
22

preferred

3%%

29
14 Vb Apr 18

Brooklyn Union Gas

17

51% May

Brown

13

43

13

Bigelow

&

Brown

9

May 23
52% Jan
9

26 Va May 20

25% Mar 26

31% Feb

4

21 Va May

17

13% Jan

2

16 Va Jan

8

Budd

90 Va Jan

15

30

79

Nov 20

25Va Nov 27

29 Vs Jan

9% Dec 26

21

82% Jan

27

Jan

2

31

May 12

Buffalo

Forge

10

Jan

2

15% Mar 27

Bullard

76

8

21 % Dec

3

29

Jan

11

22 Vb Jan

10

lOVaJan

10

3% Jan

15

45% Jan

16

20

Jan

6

24

104% Feb 26

98

Jan

9

101

46

4 Va %

32% May 23

7

3Va Dec 23
18 Vb Dec

24

96% Dec 30

36% Oct 22

18

26 Vb May

44 Vb Jan

11

39 Vb Jan

31

2% Oct

22

7Vb Jan

2

3V2 Jan

2

Dec

30

2

9Vb Jan

9

Jan

Butler
Butte

14

ers

May 21

7

May 22

4Tb Jan

29

May 23

4% Oct

28

15% Aug
6% Jan

8

5Vs Jan

9Tb May 20

32 Vb Jun

24

37% Jan

4

35 % Jan

41% May 20

13 Vb Jan

2

16 Vb May

8

14% Jan

18% Mar 31
90

74
50

July 31
July 8

84

Feb

27

81

Jan

56Tb Jan

29

46

May

May

50V8 Jan

5
7

23 % Oct

23

10

31

29 Vb July 15
36% May 13

26 Vs Jan

21 Vs Dec

21% Jan

2

26% May

45% Dec

16

52

47% Jan

6

54Tb May 12

For

footnotes

see




Jan

page

2

26

preferred

9

31% May 12
9

7%

*

Copper & Zinc
(A M)

common

participating

34Va
63
*90Va
42%
14%

9Vb
21
9

9

9Vb*

21%

28%

28Tb

27Tb

46%

46

46

45 Tb

46

7%
35

IV*
35

63
92

42%
13%

63%
92
43
13Tb

'

v

21%
9%
28

' 7%
35
63
92
43
14'A

7%
35

9

,

7Vb
35

62
92
42 Tb
xl3%

63 Vb
92
43
14

-

9'A
21
9%
28
46 Va

7?b
34%
63Vb
*90

42%
13%

92

*90
42%
14
50%
39%

28
46%

7Vb
34%
63%

#

42%
13%

*59
*71

1

5
10

preferred—100

California Packing Corp
5
Callahan Mining Corp
1
Calumet & Heckla Inc
5
Campbell Red Lake Mines Ltd
1
Campbell Soup Co
1.80
Canada Dry Corp common
1.66%
$4.25 conv preferred
No par
Canada Southern Ry Co
100
Canadian Breweries Btd!
No par
Canadian Pacific Ry
25
Cannon Mills Co
No par

,13%
; t.10%

13%
10%

68%

12%
*67.Va * 68%

12 Vb
68'%

*59
*71
31Tb

61

61

31%

61
73
32

12
*68
*59
*71 31%

17
26%

17
26%

17%
x26%

17VA
26%
4%
22%

*17
26

17%
26%

4%
*22%

4%
23

*100% 101

45
3%
12%
8%
40%
17%
89
*48
*30%
25%
*53%

4%
22%

73
32

*100% 101

45%

45

3%
12%
9%
40Tb
17%
89
49
31%
25%
54Tb

3%
12%
9%
40%
18
*89
*48
*31

25Tb
54

45

,

4%
4%
23
24
*100% 101

45Tb

89%

3%
12%
9VA
41 Vb
17%
89%

50
31%
25%

*30%
25%

3%

12%
9%

41%
1$

54

73
32%

49

54%

45%

3%
13%
9%
41Tb
18Vb
89Vb
49
31 %
26Vb
54%

13Vb
10%

12
*68
*59
*71
31%

17%
26%
4%
*23%

26%
2553

.

13%
11%
12 /»

68%

61
72
32Vb
17%
26%
5
24

100% 100%

45%
3%
13%
9%
41%

18
*89
*48

*30%
26%
54%

-H7"
*78 *
*29%

13%
11
12
68
*59

*71
32%

*17
26%

5%,
*24

*100%

45%

46

»

3%

3%

13%

13%

9%

9%

41 %

41 Vb

10

u-

29,800
9,700
900
24,400
1,200

2,800
6,600
139,200
900
5,200

r
:

-240

5,000

'

12 Vb

2,500
3,300
42,500
900
1,940
2,260

10,100
1,800
3>0°0

17%

66%
27Vb
80
52%

23,100
30
6,o00

1,400

10

3,200

22

9Tb

15,500

28 Vb

15,500

46%

1,300
1,700

Vb

7

1,600

35 Vb

64 Vb

„

4,500
60

92

42%

2,600

14

1,600

50%

500

39%

30,100

26%

1,500

25%

9,600

14%

11.600

79%
300

20

13%.

3,800

11%

6,500

12 Vb

14,300

68 Va

40

61
72

24,400

32:%

17%

800

26 Vb

4,100

5%

2,700

25

500

101

20

6,400

45%

8,100

3'%
14
9V

..

8

14,000
24,100

41 VA

6,500

18 Vb

18

18%

18.10Q

90

89

89

70

.

49

'

48

48

170

*31%

31%

28Tb

26%

26 Vb

54 VA

*53%

31 Vb

i

3,100

' 6%

9%

63%

*67%

1
100
-100
-100
5

29%

13%
10%

80
30%

2,700

26,400
14,100

41%
17 Va

21%
> 9Vb

13%
10Tb
12

160

2,700
23,200
-100
20,400
120
6,500

27%
18%
14%

80
52%

9Tb

13%
10%
12 Vb

13Tb
79%
29%

2,100

45

26%

21%
9%
28%
46Va '
7%
35%

13%
10Va
12

15

Bros

Co

7VA

9

20%
8Tb
27%

1,400

9%
65 >

9%
17%
>11%
66%

1^1"
79%
29%

5

Burroughs Corp

5% Feb
May

second

26%

26%
26

Inc

Bush Terminal Co

46

8%

*3V#
*78
29%

10

3

20
9

26%
25%

2

3

16 Va Mar

*8%
20
8%
28%

26%
26

May

64% Jan

27% Apr

52%

13%
*78

9

3

26%
83

26%
25%

Apr

25

26%
*80
52%

-

44

66%
27
83
52%

26%
25%
14

59

Jan

52Va

66JA
26%
*80
52%

5,500
14,300
*

"l'A

9%
*62%

9%
17%
11%

9%

13%
*78
*29%

Mar 26

19

26%
81

17%
11%

'

600
1,000
5,000
3,200

31%
57Vb
48V3 48Va
41 Va 42
155Va 155%

12

26%
25Va

Bulova

52% July 10

67%

9%
17%'
11 Va

12

14Vs
79%
29%

Burlington Industries Inc com
4%
preferred
3%%
preferred

74 Va Jan

12
12%
9
: 9%'
17Va 17%
11% .11%
66% 66%'

26Vb
25%

16

8

13

17
12'A

60
30

.19,600

57

18%
14%
40%
17'A

26%
25%

10
10

16% Oct

41Vs

1%

8,200

48%

31%

18%
14%
41%
17 *
12%

xl3%
*78
29%

Apr

56

18%
14%
40%
17

-

24,800
27,700
19,300

23%- 23%
50
.'50

50%
40%

12% Jan

24

18Va"
14%
40% '41%
16%"' 16%

*50%
39%

70

Jan

62 Tb Nov

Co
Co

t

50%
39Vb

12 Vb Apr

Oct 29

27% Dec 23

Watch

-

800

46

.

48%

43
48%
23% 23%
50
50
1 Vs
1*A
*31% 32
56% 57
48% 48%
40% 41%
155% 155Va * *
9
9%
63% 64
45
45"
26% 27%

*50%
37%

2

64

*91

14Vb

14Va

52%

93

62%
93

18%

18%

26%
*80

19

62

50%
37%

25

63

26%

12
9
17%
11%
66%

18%

50
37%

Feb

74%. Jan 23

18%
14%
40%
.*16%

,

50

9% Jan

141A Jan 23

30

26%
*80
52%

44

■;

37%

9% Feb 28

2

Jan

19

Dec

11%

67%
26%
83
52%

62%

43Tb
25%

41V® 41 Va
*159
165
*101% 103
12% 12%
19Tb 20%
83
83
26
26%
29% 30
37'/4 37%
11% 11%

37%

Co

Nov

11%

66%

No par
1

preferred

78% May 16

9

16%

62%

19Va

63

47% 48%
23% 23%
49% 50
1 Vb
1%
32Va :32%'
56J/8
56%
47% 48%
40% 41 t
154% 155 '
9% " 9%
62'A .62%
44
45 >
26
26%

,

19%

50

Co common

5

62

65

$5

(The)

11

34% July

8% Dec 31

17
13%
9%
17Vs

12
9

32Ya
32% "
55%
56
47
47%
40%
40%
154%- 154%
8%
9

93.7

29%
*51%' 52 i
33% 33 Va
50'
51 i
27%: 27Va
50% 51%
24% 25V#
28%

»

7% -7%
27% 27%
11% 11%
39
39%
100% 100%
'*91% 93
28% 29%
*51% 52
33 Va 33 Va
49% 49% •
27% 28%
50% 50%
24% 25%
19% 19%
41% 42%
*164
168
*102
103
12% 12Tb
20
20Ya
t
81% 82
27% 29Va
*29% 31
»
36% 37%
*11% 11%
13% 19%
*
62
62%
91
91

•

5

Bucyrus-Erie Co

30

28

40%

17

'

46

No par
5

Buckeye Pipe Line Co

24

8

40V's

No par

Dec

24

18Va
14%

15

Shoe Co Inc

13 Vb Dec

21% Nov

154Va
8Tb
63
43%
26

40

13Tb

Brunswick-Ealke-Collender

V8 Mar 21

47%

55%

61%
*91

48
23%
49Tb
1%

*91

19%

.

Vb "

26% 27%
11% 11%
38% 39
*100
101 Va

27%
51%
24%

40% 41
*155
165
102 : 102 >
12'% 12%
..
19% 20%
„ '
.82
82
25 Va 26
.29% 29%
37% 37%
11% 11%
18% 19V#

18

'

Briggs & Stratton Corp
Bristol-Myers Co common

8

*49%
1%

26

100
2.50
5
50
3.50 • ;
3
2.50
100
10
1

Inc

Airways

23

Mar 13

47%
23%

49%
1%
32%

*18%

No par

Briggs Manufacturing Co

Apr

47%
23%

8%
63
43%

5
100

preferred

20

65V4 May

53% Jan

Dec

62%
93

154%

—25

Bridgeport Brass Co common
4Va% conv preferred

28

8Vb Jan

36% Jun

91

Aug 26
81% Oct 22

25% Oct

5Vb Jan

ClVb July 12

82

11

14

47

21

5%

48 % Mar 21

6

Jan

5

9% Mar

38% Jan

•,»

19

15

Common

Feb

36

27% May 21

11

13% Jan

26% Nov 19
Jan

8

Jan

48

4% Dec 30
41

2

411/4 July

24

85 Va Nov 18

*

-

27
50Tb
23%

Maine RR—

&

May 23

25

3

12Tb
12%
18% .19%
*80
83
25%
25 Va
30
30
36%
37%
11%
11%
18%
19%
61%
64
*91
93

40V2
39%

8

'

,.

11%

1.25

Co

.

:

*19%

50%
23%

49%
1%
32%
54%

1

(The)

33%
50%

47%
23Va

No par

Inc

Edison

Boston

1

30
37%

•

40%
40%
*154
158
*101 VA 103

25V*-25%

5
5

Co
& Brass Corp

Borg-Warner Corp common
3V2% preferred

6

Jan

93
28Vb
51 Va

17%
61 Va
*89%

No par

Co

27%

2.50
1

Bonk-of-the-Month Club Inc

Apr 11

103%

*101
*91

46-

7%
7%
26% , 27%
11 %.. 11%
'" 38% 38% s
*100% 101%
*91% 93
28% 28%
51% 51 Va
33% 33%
49% --50% *

7%
27
11%
38%

26%
11%
37%

1IV4

1

B

Stores

45-%

46

7%

7%
27

29
37

10

Airplane

10

14

47% Jan

7%

1
common

Co

Aluminum

Boston
19 Va Jan

7%

1

Laughlin Inc

Class

3OV4 Jan

30

xjcc

45-%

6%
*45%

_1

Ami Co class A

Bono

19

12% Feb

12

7% Dec 30

45%

6%

45Tb

1 peso

Co

24

9% Jan

19~/b

6%

1

Decker Mfg Co

&

15% Mar 13

2

6%

5

Gypsum Co
Steel (Del)

Blaw-Knox

28% Mar 27
231/4 Jan

61% Feb

53% Jan 24

6%

■

Black

2

35% Dec 23

Dec

6%

7°/o
preferred
100
Bigelow-Sanford Carpet (Del) com_5
4Va% pfd series of 1951
100

24
May 8

66

6%

40%
40%
*157
160
102
102
12%
13
I8V4
18%
*79%
83

Apr

10

46%

—50

Bethlehem

May 23
156% Jan 29

13

46%

100

Inc

32,900

45%

10

Inc

Foods

6%

43 Vb

,_1
1

Co Inc-

Best &

Feb

25,700

42%

10

Corp

.200

47 Vb

18 V

6Tb

2,000

10%
18 Vb

10

18%
43

*17%

I (

700
,

10%

10 Vb

41 %

18%"'

200

1,000

*17%

11

10'A
18%

27%
52
33

100

:

10%

10 Vb

10%

2

? i
i t

16,100

63 Vb

*62%.

63%

41 Vb

11%
38Va
38Va
102
102
91 Va: 91%

2.50
1

Corp

xG2%

63%

*

;

0

16

16

16

I-»

16,600

7 Tb

7Va

7 Tb

7%

15%

16

18 V2

7%
26%
11%

100
100

pfd

*88

7Tb

63%

6%

1

preferred—
Benguet Consolidated

26

7

64

*45%

12.50

5%

43

50% July 16
155
Jan 24

64

...50

Aviation

Bendix

25

1% Feb

Jan

16%
64 Vb

19%

Beneficial Finance Co common

25% May 12
50

Jan

39

*19Vb

-

preferred

88

19%

Howell Co common

4%%

9

Jan

63

10

16% Oct
40

Bell

89

19%

Belding-Heminway

20

% May 14
9
91
Apr 11

89Tb

7 Vb

*15%

27 Vs

Beech-Nut Life Savers Corp

19

7

89%

89

26%
50
23%

Beech Creek RR

65% May

14% Feb 25

11% Oct 22

.

89

27Va
49%
23%.

Aircraft Corp

Beech

5
37% May 22

89 %

26%
48%
23%

Inc

(AS) 4%%

Beck Shoe

May 22

35%

52%
33
49%

prior preferred
preferred
Instruments

35

49%

conv

Beckman

35%

10
10

.

Beaunit Mills Inc

33 Va Feb

May 19

29

Apr 22

42

Nov

80

«ijr

35 Vb

7Tb

100
1
10
1

Beatrice Foods Co common

3

89% July 12
10 Ya Dec 23
72% Dec

41% May 22

3

81%

35 Vb

No par

Bayuk

Jan

102

Dec

Cigars Inc

31%

35

x27%
x51V2
33 Va
49Va

Corp

20% Mar 20

7

31%

35 Vb

16'A

100

Bausch & Lomb Optical Co

33% Jan

136

Works

Iron

Bath

127

Nov 11

21

7

31

Mar 24

May 20

35% May 20

29% Nov 25
116

57 Va Jan
27

31%

*9%

100
u-100

noncumulative preferred

4Yo

3

30% May

6

89% Oct

Elec

&

Bangor & Aroostook RR
Barber Oil Corp
Basic Products Corp__

6

May

54% Jan

Gas

preferred series B

preferred series C

31 %.

40%

Corp.:
13
com—No par

Baltimore & Ohio common

29% May

7

(The)

120

2,300

32

V' 34%

7%

t

7,200

31%

35 %

16 Vb

i

22,600

35%

90%

9%

91

31%

7%

1
9

Inc

Wilcox Co

&

Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton

Jan

15

30

90% July 26

27% Dec

Babcock

9%

35 Vb

*89%

Tb

9

35%

*18%

pref

Babbitt (B T)

20

Jan

*89 Vb

90%

32%

*63%

...

12% May 15

35 Vb

35

34%

*16%

20

20
Np par
($1.20)—No par
Automatic Canteen Co of Amer—5
Avco Mfg Corp
(The) common—3
$2.25- conv preferred
No par

May 16

9

26% Apr 29

11

*89Vb

7%

Co

prior

91

90 Vb

?

42,900

'

34%

Austin Nichols common
Conv

35

*89

common

powder

Atlas

22
22

7% Jan
47% Jan

Mar 14

5%

35% Feb

Dec

31% Nov

B

Jon

43

4

5% Jan
46% Jan

31
21

preferred

18% May 13

79% July 16
14
Mar 29

69

Nov 26

Oct

f

8

Corp

34 Vb
90 Vb

'

31Tb

common———10
preferred
100
1

series B

$3.75

9%
34 Vb

21 Vb

20%

21

9%

9 To

9%

9%

9%

9%
34 Vb

-No par

Coast Line RR

Atlas

7% Jan

Dec 30

7

16% Nov 26

*90

Atlantic Refining

16% Jail

56

8% Dec

5

28
65% Apr 17
11
May 22

Dec

29

15

2
2
2

14

38

Jail

8% Feb

90

6% Jan

17

9
16

Atlantic

40% Jan

Jan

30

100

preferred

4Yo

33% May

10
preferred
10
Co com__6.50

—

non-cum

Atlantic City Electric

28

Feb

92

Feb 25
9
2

34

86

Jan 25

94

1

6% Dec

5%

24

9% Jan

8
2

Ye Jail

75% NOV

38% Nov

Common

35% May 23

17% Jan

li

10% Feb

2

8% Nov
27

9 % Jan

2
2

21% May 12

6

13
Jan 23

Jan

7

16% NOV 19

20 VA

20%

20 Vb

20%

20 Vb

20Tb

20

54

6,000
400

'u

I

Volume

187

Number 5745

.

.

The Commercial and
Financial Chronicle

.

(2345)

NEW YORK STOCK
EXCHANGE STOCK RECORD

Range for Previous
Year lf>."»7

Lowest

21

Lowest

30

26% Jan

4

22

28 V) Oct

51% Jun

13

Oct

22

90 y2 Nov

105

NEW YORK STOCK
EXCHANGE

Highest

107a Jan

2

1874 Feb

6

307a Apr

32% May 22

11

STOCKS

Range Since Jan. 1

Highest

97a Dec

7

357/a Jan

29

Carborundum

28% Feb

21

Carey

24

Jan

13

947a Apr

Mar 21

9

227a Nov 19

25% Nov 10

2574 Jan

2

407) Dec

19

3972 Jan

13

30

51% May 12

32% Jan

2

42

47
Apr 26
23% Aug
6

3872 Jan

3

43

20% Jan

2

13

37

Aug 15
18y2 Oct 22

19

Dec

30

25

Oct

24

22

187a Jun

19

19% Jan
1474 Apr

Nov 13

110% Jan

14

101 y2 Jan

3

5Va Oct

22

55 Va Dec

5% Mar

23

99% May 9
10074 Mar 13

55 %

98

Dec

31

55

Dec

Apr

14

97

Feb

5

12

Jan

2

99

22

24

177s Jan
70

23% Oct- 22

Jan

3874 Jan 11

Oct

23

17% Dec

31
3

Jan

16

Mar 20

May 22

2

2

<

69% May
3374 Feb
19 y4

974 Jan

2

4974 Feb 21

" 8

54

13% May 22
July 29
July 29

44

29

80

72% Mar 19

167a Jun

15

Jan

7

28

76May 8
1772 May 12

Apr

7

29% Apr 23

99

Feb

25

Oct

14% Nov 19
88% Jun

20

26% Nov
17

3274 Dec 27

3

Oct

31% Jan

36

21

177a Mar 21

972 Jan

-

417a Jan

7

Jan

7

Jan

3

8

5978 Jan

24% Mar

3

172 Jan

2

3

May

2

57

Feb

11

23

45% Oct

11

69% Jan

3iy2 Oct

22

38

861% Jun

24

99% Jan 29

3174 May

Jan

11

17'/a Dec

30

20% Oct

10

31

34

Jan

2

In

2
497i Jan 24

4% Dec

J an

2

10% Mar 28

12

2

3

32% Jan

2

22

7

Feb

12

31% Jan

4

23

Jan

2

23

69% Jan

9

89% Dec

47% Apr

7

26

11074 Jan

9

2374 Jan

25

30

11

30% Mar 11
42

July 25

40

22

30

18% Dec

23

3174 Jan

2

1172 Jan

2

4574 Jan

10

127a Jan

2

53% May 23
18% May 19
28% May 22

1872 Feb
197a Apr

27

7

22% May 12
247a May 23 !

147a Jan

7

18

22

6

127a Jan

9

49% Oct

21

64

52% Dec

30

9

8274 July 24

2374 Sep
82 72 Oct

257a

Jan

30

11
22

50% Jan

12

47-

477a Oct

21

71

Dec

30

15

23

Dec

33

Dec

30

Oct

99

23

16

70

Oct

Jun

Oct

46

Dec

23% Oct

2
0

133

Jan

15

95

Apr

6

-

48

2

187a May 13
437a Jan 20
36
Apr 16

6

46

Apr 23

•47

59
57

Mar

22

367a May 15
4

3

30% Dec

30

4872 Jan

4

3174 Jan

26

2

22

Oct

32

357a Oct

31

31

307a Jan

17

237a Jan

2

4274 Dec

22

91% Oct

Dec

347a May 17
52% May 14
19% Jan 11

20% Sep 21
4274 Oct 22
97a Dec 30

104

13

Feb

14

107a Apr 22
67a Jan 17

4

Dec

9

Dec

24

1474 Jan

6% Dec

24

17

30

297a Dec

31

97a Oct

24

95% Nov

6

257a Oct

30

Nov

14

7y2 Jan

3

167a Sep 19
Apr 15

Dec

20

Oct

22

16

Aug

19

17

13

23

23% Jar

2

7

42

Oct

22

14

89

Jun

487a Jan

4

10174 Jan

22

98

10174 Jan

22

87

Oct

Aug

167a Nov

25

6
6

837a Nov 27
267a Oct

28

927a Sep

12

38

Oct

7974 Oct
106

Oct

22
16
22

9572 Mar 27

207a Apr
9
94
Apr 24
3374 May 3
105
48

Mar 29
Jan

4

9274 Feb 15
118

Mar 12

j^oi^ootnote^seejiage^^




30

May 15
JaD

98% Jan
94

17
88

Jan
Jan
Jan

14

2
3

30

7
13

347a Apr

Feb

207a May

2

Jan

6

40% Jan

2

86

Jan

6

95

109

Jan

3

120

106

*20 7a

44%

23%

2174

9-%
36

Feb

23%

46

423 7a

11%

*10%

28 Va

28 7i

11
28 7o

10

10

107o

3672

2 %'°
51%

*38

367a

3,100

21%
46%

300

46

-

23%

23%

1,700

11

Va

1174

1,100

29

Va

30

8,300

9%

2 7a

37%
27a

3674

27«

2%

*50 72

517a

51 %

51 %

97a
37%

8,000

2%

2%

3,100

2%

50%

9%

377u

2%

37

51

7

25

24,900

52

900

4 %

C I T Financial

20

437a

4474

44 %

45%

4474

41%

41%

7a

874

8%

87a

33%

33%

33 7u

9 7a

974

87»
277a

8

33%

33%

9

28

*27 7a

537b

53%

*91%

927)
11%

11%

17 7b

53

53%

7a

44%

54,500

8%

34

87a

34

34

V)

974

4,000

87b

27 Va

9 Vb

28

23 %

10,900

54%"

54%

54%

27%
54%

92 7i

55%

92

92 -

14,000

927)

11%

92%

11%

200

117a

4,600

28

700

19 Va

11%

21%

11%

3672

367a

217a

36 7t

*2074

36%

21 Va

*3674

3774

3774

37 Va

*36%

37 7a

367b

377a

3774

2,400

*20

15 7a

37%

147b

15 Vb

377a

14%

52

15%

15

527a

527a

37%
15 V)

5274

53

6,600

187a

17%

527)

5374

1,400

18

18 V)

1

18

,

*

2172

74

18%

1874

187a

26%

2777

27

287a

207a

217o

20%

20%

400

217«

'*2274

237a

16

16

*16%

167a

107a

*10%

11

37'%

37%

377a

377a

38

38

46%

46

467)

387a

46 7b

130

46%

46

467a

33,500

33%

7,500

*16

'

16%

107o

10%

457a

*37

46%

32 7a

457a

32%

91%

32%

93

100

*104 7a

105%

10

34%

No par

common

3474
52%

52

51%

51

52

51 7b

52

52 7a

15%
*102 7a

106

41%

42

5

16%

17

*100%

15%

*105

457a.
148

*70

73

•

40%

15%

*102%

16%

167 B

*10072

102

x44%
*130

<

4072

*100 7a

73

10574

63

*62

63

*35 74

36

No par

407a

100

*132 74

40%

40 7»

167a

4074

407a

68

'"3574

16 7a

2,200
7,800

73

397a

6,900

105 V)

105

290

*61 Va

63

*35%

■

3,000
2,400

148

397a

36

1674

40%

44%

*70

36

16%

407a

*130

-

106

62
-

42%

447B

4074

14,800

106

1674
167)
*100% 102

%

78

106

16%*

1027a
42%

148

40

36

167ft

44

537s

16

102,

*70

4074

10574

52%
*

106

447)
*130

*62

16 74

53 7a
167a

16

4574.

*3574

16%

9.900

16%

36

1678

53

43

*3574

1

52%

16 7i

63

10

527a

42%

*62

370

106'/a

7,600

i48

40

10674

91

*105%

34

*102 7a

102

*70

40

200

33%

16%

447a

73

*70
105 72

90%

42%.

*130

200

34

52%-

106

*100%

4574
148

33 Vb

91

25,600

Va

11

52 7b

16%

4274

33%

16

9,900
13,300
7,000

34

53

16

*102%
427b

1672

407B

10672

167ft
106

42 7a

7B

102

44

5% noncumulative preferred,.. 100
Cleveland Electric Ilium com
15
$4.50 preferred
No

Clevite Corporation

34%

51 %

5

Cleveland & Pitts RR 7% gtd
50
Special guaranteed 4% stock—50

34%

34%

*10%

106%

*105%

..

24%

*16

11

*90 7a

1057a

27%
21

16%

337a

90

1057a

277a

207i
247a

„

24%
*16 7a
11

3374

90

105%

52

100

par

33

9172

*104 72

5174

No par

100

32%

91 Va

34%

.

22%

*1072

37%

*37

10

4074

90

167a

2,660

41

1,800

1674

40 V)

133

*132

133

*132

133

*132

133

*9§,

100

133

*95

133

100

*95

100

No par

Colgate-Palmolive Co

5,100

9

27 72

8.50

Corp

*95

100

114

1147a

95

114

95

115

114%

115

No par

113

114

*850

112

100

Coca-Cola Internat'l Corp

60

217ft
22 7s

100

(The)

7,000

12,700

26%

*130

10

com—

*850

61%

62

:■

*850

*850

V)

30
10

113%

6,100

*850

6172

6272

627B

No par

6374-

*84%

62%

867a

627a

62

62

*84%

8672

847a

V)

85

84

16,300

No par

preferred

Collins & Aikman Corp

*1774

847a

85

17%

85

177a

1874

17-%

17%

210

18

18%

177a

18

1872

187a

18

1874

18%

187o

*43%

18%

197b

447a

*4372

18%

44%

1974

447a

1,800
19,400

Colorado Fuel & Iron com—No
par
572% preferred series B
—50

Colorado & Southern Ry com—100
1st pfd

100
pfd—100
2.50
—2.50

Gas

8%

%

38

1007a
20 V)

22%

15
C & St Louis .Ry Co com—100

Columbia

87a
33

38

100%

9%

*91%
11%

11%

38

27% 7

City Stores Co common
474% convertible preferred
Clark Equipment Co
—:

Columbia

874
34

5374

92% "

*20

a

i 18%

8

28

*91%

11%

25

Cluett Peabody & Co com
7% preferred
4% 2nd preferred

f

97a

*27 7a

5

preferred
Products Corp

$3.50

43%

20 7a

21%

Co

Co

100%

19%

257V

5% %

Coca-Cola

*99%

207a

22 7a

—

City Investing Co

C C

37%

1007a

19 7b

217a

preferred
Cincinnati Milling Machine Co

City

38%

1007a

19%

39

—8

-L

i

Service

38%

100%

19%

41%

25

preferred

Cities

38%

No par
No par

4%%

System

Pictures

Inc——10

common

—5

$4.25

*37

38 %

*49%

51

*46

477a

31

3174

*44

*37'

3874

*37 7a

*49%

51

51

4772

51

447a.

3874
51

*37

*46

30%

317e

317a

*46

477a

477a

477a

49

49

31%

32

317a

31%

18,400

317a

317a

317a

317a

32

31%

32

,

45

*44 7a

3874

*37

3874

51

*49'/a

52

40

3174

307a

317a

18%

18%

1874

187a

1874

18%

18

177a

18%

•17%

317a
187b

17%

43,700

177*

177a

65

65

177a

1774

65

13,800

63%

177a
63%

63

637a
39 V)
33%

39

Commercial

Commercial Credit Co

~70

18%

33%
27 V)

1

300

18%

337a

Engineering Inc

45

177ft

3974

*64

65

*64

39

39

397a

39 Vo

26%

9,500

630

2,800

26,800
10,400

10

54%

5574

56

567a

Solvents
1
Commonwealth Edison Co com—25
4.64% preferred
100

10%

10%

107a

57 V)

10%

11

13,100

107a

5774
1174

57

10%

4674

47

117a*

46

11%

46%

4574

4674

46%

46%

477a

16,100
11,700

—

5.25%

preferred

100

Comptometer
Conde

28

Va

*9974

207a

14%

Cincinnati Gas & Electric—
f
Common

Cone

16

8,600

23%

100

19%

40

11

50%

"5

•'

2974

9%

37

35%

39

99%

,

Chrysler Corp

10

497a May 22

May

45%

101%'

35%
*20%

21%

45%

2374

11

*20 %

97a

367ft-'

*2%

23%

2,800
1,700

29%

101%

35%

2174

45

29%

104

35%

287a

9%

*50%

'

28 7a

297a

*102

36

*20%

45%

29%

103

35-%

267a

22

96
Apr 10
397a May 22

27% Jan

2174
45%

52

Chile Copper Co

15

104
Apr 21
10374 Apr 25

99

21

297a

102

800
200

767a
177a

17 Vo

33%

5

527s May 22

99

36

44%

*75

177a

257a

197a Mar 31

4074 Jan

Jan

297*

103

36

77%

167)

1,100

97a
47 V)

*46

*75

16%

33%

487a May 16
397a Jan 15

14

58

297a

*100

36

47%

777a

16%

267a

2

497a Jun

29 78

103

35%

*46

300

20

97a

46

,;

1974

20

33%

8

4672 Jan
497a Jan

4,100

*1874

97u

257 b

3

19

29%

16%

97a

337a

14% Jan

22

3,700

25%

15 74 Jan

367a Oct
22% Oct

67%

39

1374 Jan

22,100

29%

3372

18
3574 Mar 24

100

177a

67%

24%

26% May 6
197a May 23
1774 Apr 29

99
110

287u.

387a

28

297s Nov

29%
*100

97a

*75

167a

14%

Corp—
Publishing Co—No

Nast

Mills

105

105

1117a

6

*110

6 Vb

*5'/a

5

5572

105%

467a
104% 104 %

112

1107a

6 V)

67a

6

Vb

1107a

104

*110 7a

104

*103

105

600

111

111

130

112 r

67ft

*6Vb

5 V)
117a

574

574

11%

117a

f

67 b

'

6%

6 Vb

800

5%

2,500

127a

1,800

V)

5 V)

5

11%

12

117)

—No par

11

117a

117a

117b

11 Vb

11

31

31

11%

307)

31

31

11V)
31%

117b

1

9,900

31 Vb

317)

Coppermines Corp—5

12

12

317b

317a

117)
54 V)

12

12

12

12 Vb

1274
557a

127b

127a

1,400
2,800

55 Vb

1067a

26,100

Consolidated

Foods

Consolidated

Gas

Consolidation Coal

247ft

247)

1

5
10

pfd

100

Co

Consumers Power Co

30

1.33 73

Consolidated Laundries Corp
6%

106 7a

297)

1

Corp

Utilities

Cuba

1067a

50c

Consolidated Natural Gas
of

5474

54 V)

No par

preferred

Consol Electrodynamics Corp
Consol Electronics Industries

RR

111%

5
par
10

Consolidated Cigar Corp

Consol

•

547a

117)

Congoleum-Nairn Inc

$5

105

55%

11%

Corp

Consolidated

8

7772

16%

527a

Consol Edison of N Y com—No
par

2

*75

167u

14%

24

24

46

51 %

25

Jan

4674

77

*75

*46

100

147s Jan

277s Feb

46%

No par
*

5574 Apr
10774 Apr

19% Jan

207a

97a

377a

2

103

*20

197)

36 7

2

19

*18%

20

*18%

21%

13

23

1974

2974
197i

*19 74

117a Jan

23

29%

*36%

2974 Jan

Jan

29%

*36%

447s Jan

3572 Jan

29

50

3

5474 Jun

2974

Del_50

10

107

297a

19

9%

__i

Dec

5

297a

1974

1

Jan

,

19,600

16%

6874

347*
25%*

1274 May
1
347s Mar 20

:

3,200

617a

*108%

67%

197a

1

18

12

81

Feb

99

16%

68

570

6%

607a

99%

167a

116

67b'

►108% 110
66 V)
677a

110

68

9%

1

4572 Jan

15

22

6

127s Apr

16%

178,200

116

67a
61%

687a

*23

33
"

4072 Oct 23

2

16%

674

387a

7

May

574 Apr

2

9% Jan

*99

*10872

-

34,400

26%

33%

111% May 13

3

'"4% Jan

■!

100%

*99

600

29%

20%

24%

48 7a May

14

16%

1097a

*

61

120

22%

29%
20%
117 ;

116

67a

617)

4174

22%
297a

Combustion

8
15

Ma y

5774 May 22
12% Jan 16

25

16%

1087a

16%
110

j

674

60%

'■

340

41

*41

22%

6

40% May
35% Apr

3

Jan

4

*99

116

*22%

preferred
No par
Columbian Carbon Co
-No par
Columbus & Southern Ohio Elec—5

2

7

Jan

18
May 19
68% Jan
9

106

100 Va

100%

*10%

com

Class B

2

4

preferred

31% May 20
187a May 9

107a Jan

9

.

Columbia Broadcasting System—

46% Jan

1017s Jan

67a

61%

11

Class A

27

11474

67a

607a

23%

Chicago Pneumatic Tool
Chicago Rock Isl & Pac RR
Chicago Yellow Cab
Chiekasha Cotton Oil

May 20

417a Jan

1087a Feb

37a Dec 30

3

5%

■

noncumulative 2nd

2

11474

67a
bO"!*

197a

com__No par
series A
^._100

noncumulative

2

19%

2874

pfd

4%

Jan

20

*1874

& North Western

4%

May 23

1974

114

11

Milw St Paul & Pac__
5% series A noncum

3

127a Jar

1974

19

40

Great Western Ry
preferred

5%

30

11

29

28

Chic

20

78% Jan

18 7a

2974

100

39%

41

22-%

28 7a

1

•

Feb

19

41

*22 7a

28%

114

■'

'

417a

22%

27%

1

Jan

19

41

38%

-

2274

—_5

;

Jan

117a Dec

>

397a

22 7a

9%

1

Corp

49

28

4174

*

50

3874

197a

9.50

—

51

32

*40 7a

41

30

*4974
•

*9 %

No par
No par

41

28

50%
3974

*19%

5

Inc

7

24 7a Feb

16

8
8
16

4774 Mar

1,300
14,200

50%
38%

—No par

9

247a Feb

63

May"21

867a May
197a May

4,700

49%

30

5074
38 7a

*4674

__5o

May

68% Dec

21

9

227a Jan

29%

497a

30

100%

18%

No par

Corp—

Jan

3572 May 15
18
Jan
8
2072 Jun 14

14% Oct

9

Mar 12

May

6374

137» Mar 18

k

10

1177a Apr 30

Jan""!

797a Feb

2

50% Feb 28
50% Apr 25

22

Feb

457a Apr

Jan

86

9872 Jan

4

187s Mar 11

127

Apr 17
177s Nov 12

30

227a Oct

37

8

8
17

23

747a Jan 13

5

33% Jan

Nov 14

May 14
Jan

407a Feb

2

Jan

9

106'A May 20
62 7a Feb 26

23

32

83

10

48

Jan

1574 Jan

'

12

38

29

Apr

150

Mar

13

Sep

35

2

Jan

14

45% May 21

-

377a Feb 25
997a Jan
60

5

49% Dec

18% Dec 30
45

1

7

Jan

800

26

Nov

2

Apr
Apr

3

1147a May

21

13

18
101

3574 Jan

6

Feb

May 22

2

106

23

73

43

139

25

Feb

102

17

68

14

437a Mar

14

140

25% July 19

Sep 25
Dec

Jan

-

40% May

31% Dec 23
123% Jun 27

May 23
53% May 23
16 % May 23

Feb

157a Jan

25

7172 Feb

5

95

Jan

Apr 28

53

977a Jan 23

437a May 20
104

8

157a Dec

13

357s Jan

24

175

83:

102

9

Dec

677a July 2
May 18

21

Oct

577a Nov
3372 Dec

Jan

37

21

23

90

44

107a Jan

207a Apr

4

Dec

6

Jan

7

33% May 22
9574 Apr 30
10674 Apr 22

27

23

Nov

73

17

Jun

57% Jan

1047a Apr 14
27
Jan
2

447a Feb

7

162

88

Mar 21

117a Apr 21
4474 Mar 21
♦

8

6

23

9374 Jan

Jun

25

187a May 31
10372 Nov 20
4672 Jun
4

19

1007a Sep
357a Dec

4

30

Mar 11

Apr

2874 Jan

9472 Jan 31

Dec~24

7a Jan

37

44

Apr 24

39% Feb
10

11

29%

497b
3974

30

997a

297ft

of Va
5
Chesapeake & Ohio Ry common"—25

Chic

7

37% Jan

99%

30

49%.

297a

100

-

19

$4.50 preferred

Chic

-

Mar 26

30
10

1,500

16%

5

Co

Class A

2

19% Dec

27

68

3%% convertible preferred
100
Chicago & East 111 RR com
No par

72 Jan

137a Jan

9% Nov

'

1674 Mar 24

-

27

99%

*108 7a

1

—

Chemetron

37% May 22
37% May 23 *

Mar 15

18

ZZ

Chemway Corp
Chesapeake Corp

30

34% Apr 29
4372 Apr 29
2974 May 10

30

Dec

10

27

997a
29%

__1.25

127a Apr 17
237a Mar 5

207a July 25
6172 Jan 14

19

Dec

18

2674 Jan

99

27

4,900

99

"OVA

-

..

Champlln Oil & Refining Co
Chance Vought Aircraft
Inc—.
Checker Motors Corp

30

92% Jan

1772 Mar 19

10

11

14

56% Apr

Apr 17
97a Mar 14

31

30

9% May 9
28% May 22

89

9% Dec
18% Dec

24% Dec

10% N44 11

v

20% Jan

45% May 22
8% May 21
3774 Feb 14

474 Jan

9,200

32%

58%
*99

)i0o
Service—-7 0

Co

Gotham

Belt

Common

100% May 21

7

6% Oct

Oct

6

2

231/B Nov

18

39% May

177a Jan

46% Dec

31

Chain

157i

31%

Champion Paper & Fibre Co-

317a Jan

507a July 11
107a Sep
5

Chadbourn

157a

32%

18%

__20

Cerro de Pasco
Corp—.
:
Certain-Teed Products Corp
Cessna Aircraft Co

7

477) Jan

1% Dec

40 % Nov

Century Industries

10% May 7
37% May 23

23% Jan

874 Jan

■

43% Jan
3% Jan

15%

327a

27

113

7

Central Violetta Sugar Co

327a Mar 24

20

11 7b Jan

24

Feb

4%%■'preferred

15

32 74

26%

27%

-

Gas & Elec__No
par

Central Illinois Public
Central RR Co of N J
Central & South West

467a May 23
2574 Feb 20
11V2 Apr 29

16

21

19% Dec

30

:

19

Central.Hudson

147a

3174

267a

27%

—10

/

Shares

147a

327a

227a

100

Central Illinois
Lgt common

May 1
36
May 16
2174 Apr 25

10-

12.50

the Week

267a

3874

~~i

—

Friday
May 23

May 22

31%

41

Central of
Georgia Ry com__No par
5 % preferred
series B__
„100

104
'

May 20

437a May 22
22% Jan 10

16% Apr
1
G % Dec 31
24% Oct 22
8

Jan"II

1007a

4

Oct

34% Jan

7

Jan

7%

Sales tot

Thursday

31%

50
-

1

Celotex Corp common
'
5% preferred
1__
Central Aguirre
Sugar Co
Central
Foundry Co

107a Jail 29

3

20

v

5

.

147a

2674

29%

io
■

147a

99

50

Co common

15

31%

ser'es A_10Q

4

2

(J I)

May 21

26 74

4.20% preferred
Z.100
Celanese Corp of
Amer com__No par
7%
2nd preferred
100
4%% conv preferred

May 12
May 2

177a Jan

Co

preferred
6%% 2nd preferred
:
Caterpillar Tractor common

7

70

41

'

Apr 28
17% May 6
1097a May 14

37 V2 Apr

778

Case

101

267a Feb 28
17 7a Jan
7

187a Feb 28
23

Jan

557a Jan

8

Steel

Wednesday

May 20

14%

5

—

20% May 22
117

I

Co

Cartrier Corp common
4 7a %
preferred
Carriers & General
Corp_
Carter Products Inc

67a May 22
687a Jan 30

8

10

10% Oct

8% Jan

*

6
Mar 19

30

3

1097a Aug 20

88% Oct

16

6

Carpenter

May

237s Apr 21

2

5 % Jan

12% Oct
99

l

(The)

HIGH SALE PRICES

Tuesday

May 19

(Philip) Mfg Co
lo
Carolina Clinchfield &
Ohio Ry_l00
Carolina Power &
Light—
No par

10014 May 21
3074 Apr 14

317a Dec

747a July 16
65% Jan 11

LOW AND

Monday
Par

Capital Airlines Inc

31V)

247b

24%

25

257b
187a

25

177a

187b

18%

187a

16 7ft

167b

1674

16V)

16%

18

177a

18

167b

16%

177a
48 V)

33%

18 V)
48

*33 7a

32

32

51V)

101

101

102 V)

1037)

No par

*94 7a

101

96

*101V)
*94 V)

x

547a
107

547)
1067b

x31V)

107

55
106 74

107

317a

32

23

25%

2,200

197a

28,300

16%

1,400

18 V)

*18 V)

48 V)

477)

487ft

477a

48 Vb

47%

48

337)

33

33

33

33

31%

32%

327)
51%

327)

327s

32 7o

33 74

32

32%

6,500

517b

52

5174

52 Vb

51%

52

5,500

101

187b

101

96

1017a

101V)

103 V)

1017a

*94 V)

96

*1874

187b

101

101

102

103

*94 V)

20 V)

*93
38

1037a
X48%

207a
96

preferred

93

109

*118

122

207b

20V)

96

*93

38Vb

38 V)

*103 7a

104 V)

104 V)

20^8
96
39

2074
*93

3974

"

487a

1047b
49 V)

1047a

49Vb

*91

49

93

38

48%

103 V)

No par

207b
*93

38 V)

94

91%

917a

*917a

*118

122

5

*118

122

4974
*120

*

6,300

23

}

2,200

317)

18 74

18 V)

100%

V)

95

101

*102%

104

*9474

96

600

9,000
150

300

60
—

America—

preferred
2nd

30%

5174

4% preferred
—100
Continental Baking Co common—5
$5.50 preferred
No par
Continental Can Inc common
10
conv

54 s b

1067b

517a

5

$4.50

547a

16%

No par

Common

May 23

11%

30 V)

31V)

No par

>4

57b
12

106 V)

1

—

$3.75

177b
48

*32 V)

5 Vb

30

No par

com

$4.50 preferred
$4.52 preferred

$4.16 preferred
Container Corp of

2

18

*16 7b

V)

20%
96

20 %
*93

397a
104%

104

397a

20%

12,800

96

397a
104

12,700
120

497a

49

49%

14,000

93

91 %

917a

120

124

1197a

120

200

»

i

11

The Commercial and Financial Chronicle

18

.

.

Monday, May 26, 1958

.

(2346)

NEW YORK STOCK

EXCHANCE STOCK RECORD
LOW

STOCKS

for Previoua

Range

Range Since

Year 1957

Lowest

Highest

Lowest
'

31
4

39 V* Nov

14

54% May

26% Jan

2

38% Feb

12

36

May 15

37

16% Jan

8

43% Jan

19% May

40% July 11
54% July 25

50% Jan
52

July 18
12% Dec 24

57 V* Feb

22

*

•

2% Jan

1% Dec 24
22
Oct 22

30

Aug

11
5

17% Oct 11
5% Oct 21

Jan

11

5%
(23 Vz
7%

17

Dec

18

12

59% Jun>

19%. Jan

17

22

23% Dec

0

Jun

«4% Jan

40Ya Oct

7

41Y* Apr

Aug

15

43 Ya Jan

2

4

83 Ya Jan

10

87

Jan

22

Mar 26

88

Jan

28

Preferred

Preferred

21

73

Nov 15

86

Mar

72

Oct

24

86

Feb

75

Jun

19

88

83

27

11 Ye Jan

Y14 Ya Oct 22

5

83

Mar 18

88 V* May 20

3

15% Jan
137/8 Jan

2

17s/e Mar 14

I6Y4 Mar 10

Decca

6

27 Ye Jan

2

36

1

30

32 Ye May

: 26

31Y2 Feb

7

'

30
18

25 Ya Jan

7

6 Ye Apr

„

7 Ye Apr

10

5lYa May 13

40 Ye Feb

18
48 Y4 July 17
41% May 21

16% Jan

35 V* Oct

23

22 Ye Jan

8% Dec

2

9

17

-

Ye Jan

Jan

21

59% July

17

39

Jan

58

9

12

Lines

30

7

16

Stores

Disney

Jan

2

24

2

29 Ye May 22

Distillers

97/a Jan

2

12 Ye Apr

10

HY4Jan 14

206

May 23

Jan
Jan
Apr
Jan

■J

89 Ya Feb

76Ye Nov 14

1

30Ya Oct 23

37Y4Apr

36Ya Nov 14

45

41

49% Jan 29

2

•

'

34% Jan

2

39Ye Oct

28

49

Jan

24

41
Mar 5
46% Mar 13
44
Jan
8

41

18

50

Jan

31

48

Aug 27
Nov

40

July
July

41

14

Oct

Jan

25

>
-

48% Jan 29
50
Jan 22
I6Y4 Jan 10

1
I
24

-•,

27 Y4 Dec

30

47% Jan

11

Oct

11

51% Jan

4

30

30% Apr
3
42 Ya July 15
81% Mar 5

27

16 Ya Dec

23 Y. Dec

18

72

31

Dec

24 Ye Dec 23

60% July

81 % Feb

13

115

143 Yi Nov

6

158

1
18

Feb

28

38 Ya Dec 31

64 Y4 Jan

14

22 Y. Oct

27Ye May

74

NOV

21
8

8

81Ya Apr

11

21% Dec 19

40

Jan

16

82
Aug
0
17% Dec 23
24% Dec 30

91

Apr

8

3 Ya Jan

2

25 Ya Dec

27

T

6% Dec 30

24

27% July 3
40% Apr 25
4% Aug 15
35 Y< Mar
1

14 Ye Jan

Dec

23
22

34

31

44% July

22 Ya Oct

33/4 Oct 22

8
May 20

6Yb Jan

8

44Y» Feb 28
48
Jan 13
14% Jan 14

14

2

33% Feb
38Va Feb

3

31 Ye

3

27 Ya Feb

3
2

37 Ye Mar 25

97% Jan 13
Mar 20

May 22
12

107 Ye Apr
159

2

22 Ya Jan

2

29% May 22'

Jan

9

83 V* May 22

22 Ya Jan

2

27 V* Mar 19

Jan

17

14 Y4 Apr

15

86

-

46 Y4 Jan

95

28

Mar 27

20 Ya Feb

3% Jan

2

5% May 14

2

32% May 20

6% Jan

2

27

Jan

2

29

Jan

10

4Ya Jan

2

93/4 Feb
33

38 Ya Apr

90

24% Nov 13

32% Apr

30

26 V* Jan

22

17% Jan

90

33

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32 7/o
20%

32 Ye
20

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7%

7 Ye

32 %

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20%

20 Vo

7

7%

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16%

17 Ye

16%

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7.600

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55 V

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19

1

44% Jan

Feb

28

55 Ya Feb

25

11

31

31 Ya

31%

39%

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39%

33 Ya

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32 7

32

32 Ya

32 V*

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32 Yi

32

31%

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32%

16

22%

23-Va

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24

29%

297

29%

1,000

29%

29%

29 Ye

29%

12

12%

12 Yn

2,100

11%

12

12%

12

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10%

10%

700

1014

101/4

10%

10%

17 Ye

23,700

16%

16 Ye

16%

17 Va

17 Ya

16%

16 Ye

60%

18,600

60 Ya

61

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60%

60%

61

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1,100
38,900
24,900
1,400

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14%

14%

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14%

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53 V4

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54

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52%

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37

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20

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2,500
2,400

17,900

175V4

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110

110

109%

110

110

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90%

90%
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90%

38%

3 8 Ye

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46

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50

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50

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47%

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50

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32

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10

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100

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5

34%

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43
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100

83
24%

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30%

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32 Ya

31 Ye

31%

24 Ya

25Y4

24%

25%

82

82

81V-4

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37 Va

37 Ya

14,600

103%

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10,600

157

31%
31%

30%

31V*

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25Ya

82 %
36%

82%

104%

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42% ' 43V*
28%
83
24%
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14%
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29Ya
83
24%
93

14%

14%

14%

29
4Ye

30 V*

29 Ya
4Ye

30%

Electric

32

32Vz

32%

32%

8Ya

3%

8%

32

32%

35Y4
6 Ye
21%

36

32V*
36

32Ya
36 •

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21%

6%

6V4

21Vz

21%

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Co

Gas

Electric Mfg Co

Phonograph

10

5

5

7%

3

31%

7Ye
317;,

4

35%

35Ye

5
10

8.50
No par

common

33

104
•

100
50

6
21%

*36Va
88
31 Ye

7Ya
53
*55

GV4
21%

37

*36Ya

88
32 Ye

*87
31 Ya

7Y4
53

7 Ye
52
*55
11 Ye
17Ye
36

57

10% Nov 13

20

Apr 30

30

14 Ya Jan

29

Evans

12% Oct 22
28% Dec 23

18

Jun

13

13% Jan

3

197/e Apr

Inc

1

I6V4

17

10

28% Jan

2

39

14
1

Eversharp

51% Apr

Ex-Cell-O

Corp

3

35Ya

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Products

Co

5

11

7%

11 Ye

5

14Ya

4%

30%
5 -

32%

32%

37
88Ya
32 Ye
7V4
52

*36Vz

57

*55

7%
52
57 -

87

3134
7%
52

37
87
31%

11

11 Ye

17Ya

17V4

36%

36V4

17Ya
36Y*

11 Ye

100

17

31%
'

50

17'4

30%

'

190

51 Ya

*48

51 Ya

50

*49%

49%

31%

31

600

47

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49%

3lYe
25%
82 V*
36Ya

81 Ya
34%

51

,

50

17 Ye

25

50

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16%

16 Ya

30Ya
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82

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47

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,

51

-

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49%

47

46

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47

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50

*48 Ya

50
50

50

10,300
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10

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51

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;

47 Ya

47%

46

46

46

*48%

700

38%

38 Ya

38%

1,000

90%

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91

90%

38%

90%
39

8%.

8%

llOYa

38Ye

39 Ye

176%

174%

175V4

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9Ya.

9%

9i%

110 Ya

91

8%

9%
8%

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50
50

Co

27%

9%

8 1/4

*

38%

27 V a

1,500

27%

27 Ya'

27'Yo

175%' 177 Ya

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90%

19-%

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.

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175Ya

8

19%

19Ya

19%

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19%

19%

28

8 Ya

175 Ya

a

28

x!9%

9Ya

9'%

5
No par
No par
10
50
—50

Corp

a

14'%

5

preferred series A
Pittsburgh RR Co

3,600
28,400

15V4

15%

231/4

*90%
14%

5%

900

:.

10Ye

Corp of Amer

Erie &

xl5%

33

16Ye

'

Equitable Gas Co

•3,800

*31 Va

10'%

:

Empire District Electric Co

32%

32%

15 Ye

1

Emerson

9,B00

32%

16%

preferred

Emerson Radio &

32%

32 Ye

15%
-

23 Ya

22%

& Co—

Watch

39Te

32 V*

»

22%

16

•

Electric Auto-Lite (The)
5
Electric & Mus Ind Amer shares—.

Paso Natural

800

.»

10 Ya

preierred

Elgin National

25,900

12

Erie RR

May

30%
♦34 V a

32%
•

10

12

*29

3
6

11%

11 Ye

16

Mar

ll»i

29 Ye

Endicott Johnson Corp common—25
4%
preferred
100

57

55

10%

23-%

30
8
25

May

55

11

31 Ya

■

4.600

56%

*55

11 Ye

Ekco Products Co common

El

39 Y«

29 Va

Edison Bros Stores Inc common

Storage

39 Va

22%

Kodak Co common—___10

4Ya%

3,400

39%

2
1

preferred

Elastic Stop Nut

4,600

40 Ya

*34 Ya

32

39%

"

10

preferred —
Eaton Manufacturing

17%

;_2.50

Ltd

Steel

2,7C0

17 Ye

40%

53

55%

10%

lOYa

Ye

10

53

17 3i

40%

39Va

'•

39%

*55

2

52%

17 Yo
40 %

53

40%

39%

39 %

39%

10 Yo

-

17 Ya

4014

17%

39

53 Ya

53%

53%

52%

52

51%

8 Ye Jan

6% Jan

Feb

62

Apr

i

33Ya

20%

20-Y.

7

20

2,700
7,700
36,900

33%

33%.

20
'

15 Ya

35Ye

14

19%

*30

Ye

16%

32 Ya

50

:

90

Y*

'

14 Yj

36-

,

V*

35 Va

lG7a

16%

16 Ye

16%'

84 Va.
87 Va

*88

l4Ve

60 Y4 Feb

7

77

3




*88 Yi

35%

32 Y4 Apr

Jan

12

20% Jan

3

29
37
May 13
6% May 13
Apr

31% Jan

7

4

26% Jan

79

Dec

90

14. Ye

6%

*V4 7c

31% May 16

Jan

14

July

*88%

353%

!

Stalliless

Eastman

3

76

10

Jan

Eastern

38 Ya Jan

89% Jan

6Y2 Dec 23

88 V*

1,400

487/«
'

*84

Ya

10

Corp-Seagrams

4 Ya%. prior

25

Mar

35 % Apr

56

87

14%

20

4.10% preferred
$2.10 preferred
DWG Cigar Corp

82 V* May 16

6

43

*84

35

Eastern Corp
_•
:
Eastern Gas & Fuel Asn com

16% Jan

76

Nov

87 Ya

14%

Eastern Airline Inc

73 Ya Jan

15V4 Oct 22
30% Dec 23

21

87%

*84,

35%

Eagle-Picher Co

22 Ya Apr

25

84"

14 Va

3

4.20% preferred

17

151

86

34%

Common
Preferred $4.50 series
Preferred $3.50 series
Duquesne Light Co common
$3.75 preferred
• $4.15 preferred
(.
'4% preferred

5

2

26 Ya Jan

86

„

No par

du Pont de Nem (E I)

»

27% Jan
29 Ya Jan

Jun

'

Jan

48 Ye

86

16%

2,300

33

48%

*84

16%

17

'

32%

-'48 Ye

86

*84

12,700

Ya

*10

•

31%

48 Ye

48%

48 Ye

47%

117

*10%

11

14%

Dr. Pepper Co
—No par
Dome Mines Ltd
:
No par
Douglas Aircraft Co-—
No par.
Dover Corp
1
Dow Chemical Co
5
Dresser Industries
—
—50c
Drewrys Limited U S A Inc—„1
D T M Corp
2
Dunhill International
1
Dunlan Corp
1

188 Ya Feb 4
112 V* Apr 21
91Y4 Apr 28
39Yi Apr 24
47YeMayl3
50
May 12
48ViMar 3
50
Jan 17
51
May 217
53
Jan 31
l87/aMar20

172 Ye Apr 10
106 Ya Jan
8
85
'Jan
«

Mar2<7'

-

24

105/e Jan 31
17 Ye May 20
747/e Jan> 9
14% May 14
59 Y» Feb 4
427/e Feb 4
20
May 9
3lYaMarl4
103/e Jan 23
8 Ye Apr
9

3
2
8
2
52YeMay22
33
Apr
7
167/e Jan 3
24YaJan
2
9
Mar 26
6 Ye Jan
2

July 16

110

27

1,300

'

2C

31 Ye

Vz

35

Divco-Wayne Corp

Jun

6,700

*

14%

(Walt) Productions

14

25% Jan

99

46%

34%

Corp.—

5

•

■-

*16%

preferred

$1.50
Diana

May 13

14

160% Oct 21

46%

46 %
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91

50c

Corp com

16

6

45%

31

157/p,

15

50%

*10 Ya

321/4

Jan

50 :

31 Ya

15%

9 Ye Aug

50%'

3«/a
11

10 Ya

88%

15

13 V* July

12

47 %

1,300

3%

321/2

4

15 Ya Dec

20

48 7 «

77.900
.

*3%

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1

34 Y2 Jan

20

34

Vp

3%

90

—

6

5% Dec

26 Ye

33

*3 V4

48%
87 Ya

50

200

25 Ye

34"

3 Ya

*3%.

86

*200*

.20

25%.

*3%

I5Y2

9
5

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25..,
33 Ya

?;.,4

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19YiMay

20 Ya-

34 Ye *

,

11%

25

257/e Jun

*20

56%

25%

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50c

113/4 Jan

68 Yi Jun 17
57 V4 May 13

;*,2O0

»

11%

*

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Detroit Steel Corp
De
Vilbiss Co

32% May 21

29Y4 Mar 20

-

56%"

■

46%
91;

32%

12

'55 Y4

Ya

321/4

Jan 14

21,600

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i

11 Ya

32 V 2

24 Y4 Jan 29

8%

11%

321%

91

323/e

8 Ye'

11Y*

.,1

147/e Jun

; 32-%,

8%
56%

45%

Diamond-Gardner

24

9%.

32%

9

>

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:

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V*

■9

9%

32%

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,

47%

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4.700

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11%

11

48%

10Ya
66

.

90 Ya

31%

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24Ye

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45%

3 Ya

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.

11 Ye

11 Ye

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66

66,200
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50

19

19 Ye

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1,700

;
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48 V*

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'98

24%

>

36%

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;

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44%

Grande West RR_No par

17

9 Y2 Aug

47

32 % Apr

*

..

46%

11

Inc

22

24

33%

2

10

99 Ya

33%

;33%

34

32-% 1

24

47%

'•4- 20

23 Yi

32V4

Dec

36%

98 Ya

32%

50*.

20

•

23%

31 Ya

HY2 Dec

4,000
26,800

"

90

Western

&

Dec

22

>

20

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50Ya Oct

18 Ye

21%

337e

20

23 Ye Oct

21

56%

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20

23%

*

32%

8Ya
11 Ye
54%
12

11,600

17%
20%

33-%

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•

8%;. ■9

39%

Mar 29

34

18 Ye

*

8%

:

8,300
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20%

66

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9

.8%,

"56%

23 Ye

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8 Ye

32%

9%

8%

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1

.

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*

32%

90

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10 Ye

66

32 '/a

34

18Ya Oct

<64'/a

32 Ye

157/sJan 14

16Y4 Oct

-

;

8%

.

i

*,

10%

10 Ye

10 V*

*34%

^3 Ye Dec 30

36 Ye Dec

8%

23%

23%

23%
60

„*19%

Detroit Hillsdale & S W RR Co„100

May 23

43% Feb

25 V* Jan

Oct 22

*23 Ya

10

2

49

23%

r_2~

38 V* Nov 12

7

18

23%

Devoe <fc Raynolds class A
Diamond Alkali Co

37 Ye Mar 13

11

17Yc

*84%

90

33 Ya

48 V*

99%
18%

17%

:

17%

37Ye Mar 13

57% Jan

Dec

100

1,700

28

IB
.

36%

2

-

47%
99%

100

34Ya Mar 17

30

8

36

48%

47 Ye

*99%

3

19

Apr

37%

37Yz
t

8,200

2Y'4

2 Ye

27*14

,20 Yt

.

-

20 V*

37 Yi

5%

5%

5Y*

27%

18%

19%

34 Ya Mar 17

29% Dec

9 Ye

13

'

29 Ya Apr

25 Ye Dec

13

18%

26,400

47 Ya

33Ye

*33%

33%

19Ya

2%

*34%

90

*84%

90

3
31

30 Ya Apr

28%

27%

28%

•••

10

87

19%

*

28 V*

2

2 Ye

•

19%

5 Va

5Ya

5%
"2

20%

50c

common

Edison

Detroit

8

Jan

Air

Denv & Rio

40% Mar 11

Feb

34% Dec

37

37 Ye Jan

55

19

18%

.

19%

"*55%

Delaware Power & Light Co—13.50

41% May

23

18%

24%

%

Delta

17

34 Ye Apr

Jan

65

Nov 25

87

19%

86 Ya

*85

86

*85

37%
47%

•

20 Ye Feb

2

55

*85

87

18 %

100
100

I

Hudson

Lack

86 Ya

*85

33 Ye

44%

preferred

Delaware

21

*85

18%

47 Ye

*85

Ya

85%
87

20 V*

*32%

53 Ya May 20

18

30
22

7%

Delaware &

6

6,700

.-

"*41 Ya Feb 25

26% Apr

Feb

23

& Co

Deere

May 22

33 Ye May 23

Feb 25

19% Mar 18

28% Apr 25

83%

"

common—2.50
_.
20

Inc—.

Records

Y4

28 V*

5

Dayton Rubber Co

2

19% July 22

83

*84%

1

series C

3.90%

Apr

2
.'26% Dec 31

,13 Ye Jan

83 Y.

2

100

series B

3.75%

83%

24%

Daystrom Inc 1
10
Dayton Power & Light common__7
Preferred 3.75Vo
series A
100

493/a Apr 23

84 Y2

7'17%.

convertible preferred

5Vo

7
16

23 Ye Jan

'

33 Ya Oct

Jan

35

Davega Stores Corp

23 '

3 Ye Jan

.

21

' Mar 10 V

30

83%

46%

common

49 Y2 Apr

22

'

3;70C

83%

5

4GV

Dan River Mills Inc—

'

11 Ya May 21

15Ya

5

*33%

preferred series A

3%%

10 Ya Apr

Oct

15 Ye Dec

Corp

Dana

Apr 29

3
1

40

.

90

3
Id
■9Ye Jan 14
3
Mar 11

15%

33%

,

310

15%

19%

23'%

11,700

166 Y4

15

18

T'lOYe
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Y4

42

106%

15

2

28%

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54

42

Ya

167

167

18

90

"

42

42 Va

'

15

2 VH

*33 V*

42 »/4

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54

*51 Y<

54

%

4,800

25,900

53

*105

85 V*

1
——10

- Class
A
Cutler-Hammer Inc

5

48% May

83 V* Jan

,

..

50Ya May 23

27

27 Ya Oct

6 Ye Dec

43% May 21

3

6% Feb
47 :

■

9

.■

13 Ye Apr

16
18

Nov

28% Jan

,

9

22

19 Ye Dec

5

21

*51

53

15

165%

*85

*84 V*

Cunningham Drug Stores Inc—2.50
Curtis Publishing common
—1
$4 prior preferred
—No par
'
$l.GO prior preferred—
No par
Curtis-Wright common —;
1

,•

12 Ye Jan

3 Ye Dec

Dec

23% Feb

5
6

40 %

86% Mar

8 Ye Oct

10

5

30% Mar
Mar

.

Apr 26*

10Yd Jan 21 '
56% Feb 13. '

3

-.20% Mar

14

-

20%

41%

5

28%

■.— 5

Cuneo Press Inc——.—w.

9 V* May 22

33

Mar 11

55

19% Mar

July 12
1

61

21

793/a Jan

..•66% May

20%

*51

167

18

5

* Cuban-American Sugar .J
10
6' ->Cudahy Packing Co common,-—5
6 ' •' 4Ya% 'preferred i
i——100

11V* May

.

87

*2

24% May 22

,

13

Jan

29

.8%; Apr
•'

47% Jan 11
47
,Jan 11

30% Nov 21
38% Oct 11

27Ya Jan 24

17
2
66
Jan
7
-6% Jan
2
•

■■

t
5
4

13% May

Jan

53% Feb

.

'

lOOYa Apr 28
19Ya May 23

,7% Jan

Feb

May 12

39

49% Jan 30

19 Ya

19%

2,600
18,000

83

86 Ya

17%

Cream of Wheat Corp (The)
2
Crescent Petroleum Corp
1
Crown Cork & Seal common—2.50
$2 preferred
No par
Crown Zellerbach Corp common—5
$4.20 preferred
No par
' .Crucible Steel Co of America—12.50
' Cuba RR 6% noncum pfd
100

21% May 23

<•

2

16 Ya Jan

6
33% Jan. 26
;

19% Apr 28

18% Jan

65% Jan2
9

34Ya Mar 27

3

15% Feb 20

-

;

-

•

2

19

Nov 20

NOV

.■;54;

3

2214

14%

82%

100

preferred

3%%

23 Ya

22 V*

53

*51

42

105%

81%

25

Crane Co common

Mar 13

84 V* May 16

Jan

Petroleum

Inc

55

41 Ya

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1
1

29

7
3
11
95% Mar 18

32% Apr 17
"30% Apr 25

31

-15% Dec

Coty International Corp

Cosden

4

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Coty

2% Feb

13

Corp

5% May 22

13
Jan 24

12

16

38% Jan

3%%

9

43 % Apr

Feb 18

100

5

preferred
100
preferred series of 1947-100

3Y2 c/o

25% Jan

i

58% July 11

40% Oct 22
22
85
, Oct
16% Dec 23

;

Corning Glass Works common

1

36

22%

22%

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15 Ye

15

1

Apr 16
19 Ya May 22

87 Ya Apr

357e

22%

19 V*

19%

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164

164

Cornell Dubilier Electric Corp

89

36

21 Ya

21 >/4

21 Ye

53

42%

41%

100

preferred

7%

14% Mar

<5

4
16% July 23
31% Feb 18

31

56

79

17% Oct

Jan

53

*52

23

35

21 Va

51

'

convertible preferred

6%

Corn Products Refining

28% Jan

22

10% Dec

14

*51%

Jan 30
Apr 17

22
86% Mar 26

Jan

1% Jan

Mar 14

23% Jun

.

50
50
common_10

52

24% Jan

36% Apr 22
86

26% Oct

19 %

55

13

4% May

Nov 29

74

20%

19 Ya

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12
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2

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20 Ye

12,500

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5%
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49 Va

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5

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52

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9

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51 Ye

51

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Friday
May i3

Thursday
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20

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74% Feb

May 17

25

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Sales for

PRICES

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Continental Steel Corp

16 Y2 Jan

2

96% May

79% Oct 31
Dec 30
4
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19%

49 Ya

5

168 Ya Jan

85

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51

50%

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12% Apr 16

106% July 11
89
Jan
3

13

Oct

74

8%

19%

8%
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May 22
23% May 19

Mar 20

159

166% Dec

145

Jan

33% Jan

27
17
27% Jan 14
34% Dec

11

Feb

Continental Oil of Delaware

2

52% May

3
2
13
20
20
14

79% July 11

28

Motors

18% Jan

30

Dec

Continental

28 V* Jan

49% May 21
51

May 15

10

19

23

Dec

IB

Jan

2

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1
5
14

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43% July 25

24
17'/e Dec 23
16% Dec 30

26 Va Dec

20

Jan

6

14

70% Jun

22
30

5Vz Oct
41 Vz Dec

44

Jun

9

Industries

Continental

SALE

Wednesday
May 21

May 20

& Steel—

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52% Mar
7

8

18% May

Jan 20

10

8% Apr 29

7
7
3

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9

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AND

Tuesday

May 19

Par

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371/2

Volume

Number 5745

187

.

.

The Commercial

.

Year 1957

Oct

6

Range Since Jan. 1

Highest

39'/a Nov 25

Lowest

Jan

65

11

17

37% Apr

12',4 Jan 24

7

16

Jan

22

82% Apr 30
18 % Mar 25

~22% Jan 22
67
*

67% Jan

Aug 23
41°,a Oct 21
3 7b Dec
10

7% Jan

22

Oct

177a Oct

22

29

Dec

31

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10

2

30% May 13

53% MaTli
4% Apr 25

14

11% Jan
50

32

34% Jun

11

29% Jan

28

Jun

18

16 % May

10

16% Jan

32

14

30

75 % Oct

28

39

22,

Oct

105

May
29% Jan

2

66

30% Nov 13
i 81% Nov 13

2

83% Jan

2

106

Feb-

8

57

Dec

14

97

10

53% Feb

16% Apr 25
38% Apr
7
82% Apr 16
101 % Jan 14
55% Feb 14

101% July 23

Mar 12

47

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5

15 % Apr

,6% Dec

.

12% Jan

16

34% Oct 22
79

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95% May 10
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11

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1674

♦167b

5

167 b

167 b

1674

16 7 b

29%

29%

29%

29%

1

374

100
1

"1597b
537

10

a

33b

3%

165

•1597b

54

53%

17b

Jan

20

Green

Bay <Sfc Western RR

Green

(H L)

Co Inc

74bs

5

5

747b

5 7b

73%
*32

5 7b

39bb

40 7 b

40

34

34'%

3474

3474

5

12.50

*16 7b
30

3%

♦159%

3 7b

165

547b

547b

30

30%

3%

374
165

267 b

♦1597b

55%

547b

267b

2674

95%

*93

16%

*

30%
37b
165

567b

16 7

95%
2

30

37b

*159%
55 74

7374•32

46 74

46

'

16,900

174

17 b
57b

5%

73%

747b

74 74

75

3274

*32 7b

33

457b

467b

4534

46

174

17b

174

57 b

5%

40%
35 %

40

357

+

57b

57b

'

5%

407b

397b

40

35%

36'%

357+

36 7b

357a

34%

34%

34 7 b

34 3 4

3474

35

35

84

8474

837b

83 %

*83 7b

85

*83

87b

8

8%

8 74

257b

♦25'/+

8

174

40

4074

357b

85 7 b

257b

29,300

32%

34%

25 7b

9,500

57%

46%
17b

8

25 7»

374
165

747b

*84

•

300

17,700

32%

-

1

5

300

16%
30%

•

74%

32%

100

Ore Prop__No par

May 23

40

37%

487b

27

1 btt

75

30

377b

36 3 b

17b

26 %

94

30,600

4874

26%

No par

preferred

8774

4674

38 7b

357b

45%

Ry Co
Sugar com

46

49

•927b

1

45 3 b

Northern Paper Co

46%:"

13674 136%
♦87

36 %

327 b

7 c,'o

;

24

*32

Co (The)
City Steel

27

19%

X4574

Grand Union

*26

19

5

Granby Consol M S & P

'

457b

10

Graham-Paige Motors

27

46'4
197 b

1

Great Northern

*26

4574
19

4

Great

27

1974

5

Telegraph Co

Great Western

•25,7b

'

& Co

(B F)

Iron

27

467b

—No par

(W R) & Co

Northern

3,300

197s

Gould-National Batteries Inc

Gt

11,100

357b

45%

4

Brewing Co

Granite

20

1974*

Goodyear Tire & Rubber
-Grace

-2,700

1974
35

.

46%

1

(The)

Gold & Stock

27

.*25 7b

10

Co

$4.50 preferred

Goodrich Co

*26

r

100

common.

Gladding McBean

26%

19-74:,*

35%*,

•i

'

27

100

Gillette (The) Co
Glmbel Brothers common

Goebel

*25.7 a;

100

preferred

-Glidden Co

a

lo

Products

2674

,2674 %'

*

100

:

preference

Getty Oil Co

26

267b

26
.

83 %c

Georgia-Pacific Corp
Gerber

-

267b-.

19
.

conv preference
preference

5%%

2674

457b

10

com

preferred—

•26

25

_io

4% %
1

"257b

25 34

25

Grant (W T) Co common

20

21

"

1774

50
'

92 X

3,100
10,500

19%

3 %V preferred
Grayson-Robinson Stores

122% Nov 11

1774

50 7a

1-

937 b

677b «■'

»"

774

42%

-

427b
*91

337 b

86

May 12

:.i8

>7

-

19'4

18

45% Nov 20

647b

*90

.

93%

66%

4174

•

7%
43%

*91

6674

39

•

7

427b

937b

337b

86% Apr
6% Apr

May 8
8% May 20

50,800

19bb

71% Oct 31

27

2,000

177+

34 7 b

36% May 22

3

10

647+

25 %

35% May 23

17

177b

337b

3

Apr

177 a

-

30

-18 be

15

57'o Jan

177b

64%

4974

120,
95% '

"

50

Public Utilities Corp^

31

79% Mar 21

64

64%

:

-

11%

..No par

27% Jan

22

«

104

6474

,,

77b
43%

T77S

__i

:

'.J

7

42%
*91

.

38%

5

com

92

41% *%!% :

5

...

33% Jan

15

867b
*103

64%
v

98

-

407+

867b ''
103

66%

2174

*94

50'

_

Corp..

28 % Jan

35 % May
8
85
Jan 14

5,800

8574

67.:

55%

.

common

2

11

91,

*138%

4

21

871-

*95%

407b "41%

647b

517b

______No par

6

Oct

49%

7%

427b

*17 7b

10 bb

59% Jan

5

<

18

5

36% Feb

21% Dec

4174

2,100
6,300

637b

6678

2.50

17

18

4,600

187b

I 667b

"

11%

common

23

Apr

64

287 b
..79

27

43

7%
92

29 34

26% Dec
Dec

•8,700

51%

103

177b

42

100'b

General

6

25

774
42%

" "91

*99 b 4

Railway Signal

2,000

277a

177b

98

t

31%

TexasZ

preferred

207a

25%
507b

64'4

17

2074

2674

1874

87
104

177 b

177b

3,800

50%

'

■

64

177 b

•

10c

4

Jan

867 b

10,700

18%

18%

*1027b

1,300

377a

177a

*95%
50%

42

64%

207b

377a

_10

$1.32

7

164

86%
104

64

11%

Castings Corp
1
General Telephone Co of Florida—

7

Jan

517 b

18 74

4074

.

2,800

207b

•

#.67

General

47% May 6
21% Feb 24
80

5074

<

97%

357u

>'■

'

1

5

3

Jun

79

5

26% Feb

*95 7b

35%

1,600

General Realty & Utilities.
General Refractories
General Shoe Corp

May 23
37% Feb
4

Apr 29

95 % Apr

'

'

Feb

•

85

*102%

55

comZZZ~l.

$8 convertible preferred
General Public Service

General

41%

1774

*115

Preferred $3.75 series
General Outdoor-

General

6

26% Mar

2

36% Oct 22

27% May

18%

85%

*11%

■

Motors Corp common

conv

18 74

4074

*

267b
98

■

,,.^__No~par

preferred

$1.60
-

20
-

14

15% Dec 23

'

'

;

.

51%

18%

"21%

X.No par
Advertising
_15
General Portland Cement Co
1
'General Precision
Equlpt Corp
1

22% May 23

-

'

'

:

May. '2
May 23

>

'

$0

25%

51%

'40%" 4

""

Corp

Mills

General

6

July 19
18% July 31

Bronze

Co

Instrument

24

% Feb

5

2

21% Apr

52

26%

20%
2674

207b

26

1

■5% preferred

/Jari 20

31% Feb

2

7

39% May 22

41

20

*90

100

General

39 % May" 9>
117% Jan lfl
92% Jan 22

14
65% May 23

20

10

i

General

38% Apr1

May 14
277s May 16

34

-

:

29

•44% Jan
>

•

8

34

4

57% July 15.
5 % Jun 13

•

77% May 22
116% Jan 20

112% Mar 20

Apr 12

47% Dec

2

33% Jati
■»

1

30% Oct

»% May 23

112

47% July 16

1

2

20'A

par

common

Corp
General Foods Corp

C

*:

1

preferred^

General Dynamics
Corp
General Electric Co
General Finance

9

4% Jan

»

30

33% Dec

13

60% Jan

'

4

115

10174 Nov
-•

11

July 26

'100
•

8% Jan

Apr
Jan

19%

17%

100

Contract Corp common
6% scries preferred
General Controls Co

.

*

100

General

24

2

5

15% Feb

17%

"

ZZZZZZZlo

General Cable Corp com:
4% 1st preferred—
General Cigar Co Inc

9

40
4

General

24

Apr 29

177b

J

Transportation

General Baking
$8 preferred

14% May 23
11% May 9

55

177a

1

Investors

4

8

52% Feb

'

„

177b

63%
66%

1

$4.50 preferred

30

■

[

General Amer Oil Co of
General Amer

Mar 18

28% Apr

12

68% Apr

'

.

30

3574

1774

7%

100

convertible preferred
General American

18

3574

17 74

X42%

■^T"'~~g
Inc_.Z__ZZZZ._ZZ2

Inc

19%

34%
197«

4,700

197+

207b

"x91

15

-,

Industries

100

1974

,20

397b

64

..

Wood

557a

34%

20%

17%

__i

6%

May 12
52% May 6

2

22

Jan

71,;.

(The)—~__,_Z_ZZZZ2

Corp

*53 7b

37%.

103

5

4%% convertible preferred
General Acceptance
Corp
General American Indus com

90

2

26

15

•

49% Dec 31

Dec

Gar

7

34% Feb

14

6

20

10%

46% Oct

(

i

3

Mar

9% Dec

.

.

'

139

2

30

'Garrett

5474
347b

3874

5

preferred

(The)J.
Gardner-Denver c.g

5474

34%

357b

*95%

1,000
9,300

3474

20%

7i

7,300

474

13%

54 74

357b

5274

46 %

47a

133+

37%

26%

86

44%

474
14

207b

64

2 5o

Co

47+
1374

377 s

85

;

Inc

44 34 : 457b

47b

14%

20%

*102

preferred.ZZZZZlo
Corp_Z~10

(The)

convertible

Gamewcll

307b May 21
82% May 2
11% Mar 19

2

2

Apr 30

5%

21

Feb

Apr

102

10

; 17%

'

47b Jan

Co

Gamble-Skogmo

30% May 13
157b Feb 20

24% Feb 25

May 16

Gabriel

37%'May, 1
38% May 23
57b May 14

23

;

19

*76

:

35%

18

r,Zr

No

Fruehauf Trailer Co common.
4% preferred

45% May 23

22

1,400

1,600

86

37

20

60

1774
29

35%.
20%

177b

8274

17%

287b

J

Franklin Stores Corp

llJ/8 May 23

; 40%

Dec

817+

177b
29

20%

"

"coZZZno"par

Freeport Sulphur Co

1974

94

2

Foster-Wheeler Corp.
i.
Francisco Sugar
Co.—ZZZ^Zno

6

8 % Dec

J

'

Foremost Dairies

19%

94%

6 25

preferred

Mineral Co
Ford Motor Co
■-

3

May

3 %V

34

*19%

443,'i

4%
*53 7b

8174

4,500

17

*76

13%

.

44,600

367b

*26%

& Chein

convertible

Foote

5

6%

;

'

1

18% Apr 22
37% Jan 10
12% May 22
11% May 21

65

Machinery

3%%

92% May 12

2

convertible

Food

May 1
44% May 23

13% Feb

4%

-

347b

19%

40

$4.20 div cum pfd ser of
'51
Food Giant Markets
Inc__J__

94

41% Feb
-

25% Feb 25

3

Mar 17

57
May 22
115% May 21

2

92

96

x33 7b

35%

20

"

common

25% Maf 20

2

July 11

24% Jan

14

30

547b

~

inn

Florida Power &
Light
Fluor Corp Ltd..
Food Fair Stores Inc

10

47% Jan

5

17% May
12 % Jan

68% Nov 14
8% Dec 10

Jan

51% May 13

Jan

100

18% Apr 29
67% July 6

32% Dec 30

20

-

3

7% Jan

61% July 16
59°,a Mar 19

35% Dec 30
113% Oct 22

t.

(

87

May 15

93 % Aug

3

60% JVxay 2J

12% Jan

65 % May 15

134

9

Apr
39% Jan

93
Apr 25
18'% Aug
2
8 v Nov 27-

6
21

Jan

*53 7b

34%

17

ZNtfpar

(The) Carpet Co
Flintkote Co (The)
common
$4 preferred...
Florida Power Corp

44 74

4%
147 b

51%

(wij

44 7 b

4%

500

12%
25

287a

,

86

54'A

Firth

45% Mar 20

/ 937b Feb

43% Jan

5% Oct

(,

6

Corp

*76

137b

5

^

43 7b

4%.
14

100

& Rubber
com.

4%% preferred
First National Stores

Firstamerica

10

8

64

7% Mar

8% Jan

10

13

;

6

64% May 13
17% May 23

56% Jan

59% Jun

<

Firestone Tire

103% Mar

25

37% Jan

17% Nov 20
34% Oct 22
78
Nov 13

,

g"t?olAComeC°aChLtoea

6

87% Jan

...

44% Aug 27
i

5

43%

86

38 7b

12%
25

36%

com__No par

93% Jan

1774
287b

*76

387b

127+

*20%

25

p,S, convertible preferred
fJJS F Phenix Fire Ins NY

17

17

287b

7874

40%

Shares

2474

b

8114

177b
29

19%

2 50

45% Feb

6 % Mar 10

-,

Mar 24

24% Mar 14

f

82

177b

35%

"

Corp
Fibreboard Paper Prod

237b

*81

the Week

May 23

24'

13

23%

28%

34

_

Ferro

*38

Friday

12 7 b

12%

24
82

4%

Co <?ommonI_5

_V_

387o

13 7«

*81

177b

43

5

Federated Dept
Stores,

127b
x24

28 7a

13%
*52

~~~Zl

Fenestra Inc

20% May 12
27 % May
9

47% Feb

9

Jan

39% May 22
23% Mar 13

20% Jan

■

July 12

57

19% Dec 20

100% Oct

Jan

}««*• Pap«r Board
4.60V preferred

12%
24 Va

17%

t,

Federal Pacific
Electric Co

3874

28%.

i

Mogul Bower Bearings

2

38%

Sales for

Thursday
May 22

r

May 21

82%

"76

Fedders-Quigan Corp common
1
*5 ,c?uv Pfd 1953 series
ZZgg
Federal

357b May 2
20% Mar 70

19 % Jan

-

Fawlck Corp

38 bb

PRICES

Wednesday

'

12%
24%

~H0

Metallurgical Corp

23

Jan

~
B

387b

"82

commonZ__Z~l

;0

preferred series
Fansteel

5

"38%

.100

._

Brewing Corp
Family Finance Corp

Mar 20

36% Jan
22

31% Jan

Dec

19% Oct 22

,

3

18 % Apr

16

t

54

29 % Jan

20% Nov 12

:

14% May

27

Mar

36% May 14
20% Jan 31

27% Jan 21

2

Feb

convertible preferred

Tuesday
May 20

May 1!)

1

jo

5

43

16% Apr 23
61% May 13
45% July
8
25% Jun 17

45
Sep 30
31% Dec 31

*

San

May 19
3% Apr
7

24 %

4

Falstaff

12

64% July 10

30

2

Par

Fairbanks Morse & Co__
No Dar
Fan-child Engine &
Airplane Corp.l
Fairmont Foods Co
common

25% Mar 13

9

Apr
15% Jan

17% July
1
25 % Nov 29

25

LOW AND HIGH SALE

Monday

EXCHANGE

43 % May
5
13 'A May 14

2

79

Sep

STOCKS
NEW YORK STOCK

.

Highest

22 % Apr
15

Financial Chronicle

NEW YORK STOCK
EXCHANGE STOCK RECORD

Range for Previous
Lowest

and

85

100

8,500

4,800
1,600
4,200
10,300
4,800
180

74

87b

874

87b

8%

21,500

257a

25%

25%

*25%

257a

700

38

38 74

37%

387b

383a

38%

3874

39 74

39%

40%

9,100

No par

347b

35%

34

347b

3474

3674

36 74

37%

36

367b

16,100

No par

25%

257b

257b

26%

263a

26%

267a

267b

2574

26

.8,300

139%

139%

25

100

1397 b

1397+

*68%

717b

*68%

71%

*68 7b

1397+
71%

139%

100

*68%

71%

*68%

717 b

1

25l/2

25 7b

25 3 b

2574

25%

267b

26 7'+

267a

2674

26 Va

140

*139

page 26

4

•139

139%

40

3,600

The Commercial and Financial Chronicle

20

.

.

Monday. May 26

.

(2348)

EXCHANGE STOCK RECORD

NEW YORK STOCK
Ik

76% Nov 20

7

34% Jan

11

15',4 Oct

81

Jan

17% Mar 20

14

Jan

2

14 Vb Dec

10

32% Jan

11

14

May

9

17% Jan

11

80% Jan

16

52

Mar

5

61% May

May 13

101

25

117% May

6

152

105 Ml Oct

21

34% Jan

24

81% Aug

6

81

Oct

28

88

NOV

Feb

10% Jan

39% Jan
119

Jan

10

109

3

41% Feb 21

38% Jail

3

17

49% Apr

7

Jan

21

*8%

9%

*8%

9%

14 r%

14%
59%
112%

14%

43

43

42%

95

*93

95

:

43

100
10f)
100

>100

102

-

*100

*98

101

101

i

*98

108%

*105

dividend preferred
dividend preferred-

preferred—

9»4
15%

*oD%

11,800

60%

113%

*98

/

>105

108%

*105

102

;

"

43

43

*93

95

*93

102

dividend

30

14,900

%

15%

ly-'u
60

113%

19,700

22%

*y

15

59%
112%

43

43%

-

*93
*100

$4.44

22

9%

60

Shares

16%
86%

22%

*9

113

59 %
112

15%
*85

86%

21%

9 %

•

dividend preferred—...—160

$4.40
$5

*9

15%

15%
*85

22 Vs

21 %

May 23

113'/a

-

1,600

17,100

y

No par

—

59%

60

112%

111
J

14%
111%

14%

14%
*59

No par
25

15%

the Week

Friday

May 22

86 Va

*85

22%

Common

1

May

21%

States Utilities Co-

$4.20

30

98% Mar 11

104% Apr

21%

preferred—
Gulf Oil Corp

May 13

-102

3

95% Jan

92

Jail

95

86

21%

$5

9

44% May

6
10

Jan

86

Mobile & Ohio RR com.No par

Gulf

Gulf

41J/aJun 11
93% Feb
5
98
Apr
2
96
Jan 29

4

25

15%

15%
86 Va

>85

Sales for

Thursday

May 21

Sugar—__—,——1

Guantanamo

10
20
5

7% Apr

12V4 May 10

15%

15%

15 Va

PRICES

Wednesday

May 20

Corp——.-*.1

Grumman Aircraft Eng

47 Vb Dec

9

Par

Greyhound Corp (The) common—3
4%% preferred—,
—100

14
87
Apr 17
22% May 23
16% Apr

2

89

18

Dec

14

*

14% Jan

30
Feb 13

EXCHANGE

Highest

Lowest

16% Apr

SALE

HIGH

AND

Tuesday

Monday
May J!)

STOCK

YORK

NEW

Range Since Jan. 1

Highest

Lowest

fc

LOW

STOCKS

Range for Previous
Year 1957

9.4

*105

108%

-

431

*9*

r

100%

';;

101

*98

101

43%

V

100% TOO

*98

108 Va >

4,800

j»

:,5

•'/'

100%

170

101

slbJ

lU6 %

H
Nov

4

,63% Dec

30

18% Dec

20

88

89% Jan

20

Jan

2

13% Dec

31

28V4 Jan

11

Dec

24

111% Jan

11

70

20% Dec

24

45% Jan

15
31
23
14
11

24 % Dec

39

May
40% July
Jun

23

29% Oct

21

127% Oct

14

23

% Dec

138

39% Mar

30
24

29V4 Dec
20

Oct
Dec

8

Jan

2
13

Jan

9

Jan

29

22% Jan

20

3% Jan

9

16
20% Apr 28
4% Jan 27

Dcc~18

~18% Jun~19

23% Jan

/

6

9
14
43% Jan
2
86 % Mar 14

18% Jan 22
24% Jan 16

17 % Jan
23 % Jan

2

341% Mar

32% Jan

2

26

54

19

91

July 24

15% Oct

10

19

80% July 23

17% Jan

47% July 11

Jan

21

103% Oct

22

47% Jan

23

Hoi/2 Jan

118

30

112 J/4 Mar 21

53% Jan
3
36% Apr 24

12

24% Dec

24

40% Jan

4

20% Jan

21

17% July 16

11% Jan

13

78

60% Sep

9
70% Nov 27

Jan

/ 73

2

86

21

88

86%

87%

23

23%

29%

117%

59

59 %

37%

Nov

8

16% Sep

22

22% Jan

9

Apr

18
5

May

23

May

2nd pfd

84%

Hilton Hotels Corp—

G

12 % May 22

Hires Co

2

27% May 22

Hoffman Electronics Corp

(Charles E)

3

Feb

5

25% Jan

2

30

May 21

11

40% Jan

10

32% Jan

2

45

71% Jan

4

39% Feb

24

May 20
25

22% Dec

23

39% Jan

10

23% Apr

7

31

28% Jan

Jan

31

2

4

Jan

16

19

10

16% Jan

92

Jan

23

Jan

30

4

18% Nov 26

3

3

8

23% July 24
39% May 29
30 % Nov 18

Sep
6
2% Nov 27

341/4 Nov 13
69

Aug

30

85

Mar 13

72

Oct

25

88

Apr

87

Nov

20

100

78

22

31

15

Jan

18

5% Dec

18

18% Jan

8

V

Feb

20

Jan

7

■/

8% Jan 22
5% Jan

19

May 22

57% May

/

9% Mar 24

10
,

Howe Sound

4'Hudson

1% Jan 16
0% Jan 16

<fc

Manhattan

Apr
4
16% Jan 14

14

13% Jan

27

17% May 23

Hunt Foods &

72% Jan

17

84

May 21

6

2% Jan

.

4

2

Dec

30

35% May 23

20 % Jan

2

May 22
28% May 23

12% Dec

23

22

Jan

13% Jail

2

16% Feb

17

40

May 31

35% Feb

11

21/4 Dec
19

<

23

291/4 Jan
Dec

4

75% Aug

26% Dec

11

63% Jan

50

4

12
9

51% Jan

Ideal

23

29 % Jan

Jan

13

32% May
46% Mar

9

38

8

44

Mar 20

47% Jan

21

40

Jun

19.

47 % Apr

2

45

Mar 26

46 % Apr

18

52

Feb

11

22

48

Jan

15

Nov

6

40

Nov

14

40

July 16

26

Nov

7

52 Va Jan

7

50

7

47 % Feb

3

2

33% May.

5

7% Feb

5

Apr 28

5

13"% Dec

23

39% Jan

14

59

Nov

148

88% Jan

U

156

Jan 16

69

14

8

2

17

4
11

73

23

55% Jan

20

Nov

13

23% May 14

29% Oct

21

52

Jan

2

92

Jan

21

35% Jan

3

81

Nov

4

18

Dec

24

270% Oct
25% Dec
137

Nov

25 % Oct
65

376 % July

22
23
11

22

Nov 14

66% Oct

6% Oct

22
22

82% Nov 19
82

Jan

10

27

Jan

2

156% Jan

25

148% Mar

11% Feb

.

68% Jan
70% Jan

20

109% July
98

26% Jan

Feb

7

12%

12 %

12%

2,500

277b

27 V b

27%

13,200

107a

10 ib

10 Va

21%

21%

217b

22%

21Tb

22Vb

21V;

21%

7,900

28%

28%

297b

30

30

30

30

2,600

44%

45

447 b

44%

44 3 «

44

49

49

49%

49Vb

487b

49 Va

28Vb

2874

287b

297b

*89Va

91%

91 Vi

'91%

10%

96

21

71
114

34% Jan

14

40

25

Jan

13

32% Jan

28

Jan

2

31% Mar

5

29 % Jan

13

.35% May

7

Feb

20
'

w May 20
36% July 16

22

21% Jan

3

22% Jan

17

24

28% Nov

4

33% Dec

2

28% Mar 29

24

54% Jun
130

22

Jan

13

22

50% July 15

13% Jan
31

2

Jan

28

27% Jan

2

291/4 Jan

13

,118

Jan
36% Feb

10
27

3% Feb

4

6% Jun

11

4% Feb

10

13% Oct

11

28% Jan

9

15% Jan

2

473i July 11
91

Nov 19
Jun

11

47% Jan 28

191/4 Feb

25

Jan

24

82

Jan

15

60% Aug

2

56

Feb

3

89% Feb

28

75
Aug 29
34% Dec 10

52% July

89

97

Feb

12

May

7
29

31/64 May
7
28% May 22
27% Mar 24

*96

29

41 % Jan

8

6% May

9

Jan

24

Jan

24

99

May 12

64% July 24

35

Jan

2

76% Jan

17

see




page

26.

93
38

Apr
Mar

11
4

May 22

41% Jan
99

16

May 20

44 % Mar 12

54%

54%

9%

*97b

8%

8Tb

''*1%

1%

*174

8%

8%

1%
4%

1%

1%

81

3%

3%

14%

41

33%

34

33%

33% i.
45 Va

46%

45%

46 V4

*46%
*51

7,600

177a

40

4-.,/'

a

52,400

Li

1,000

28%

28%

15

15%

51
47 %

*50

51

47%

*46%

47 V2

*46 Va

33

7%

7'%

*7)4

7%

16%

17 %

17%

17%

17 Va

17%

17 Vt

78%

78%

78%

77%

78%

77 V'*

77%

*157

165

7:!a

•

34,900

33 Va

2,500

46 Va

500

46'%

50

.33.
*15,

...

1,700

51 Va
70

,51,

*46

17'%;

79

*7%

32%

47 Va

'

32%

7%

6,000

65

51

32 %

3,100

41%

*51

33

33

33

'

46 %

51%

51'

32%

t

47%

51 Va

%

*51

*46%

33, :
7 %

Va

t

2,660
1,200

17)4
<

18

14,300

77%

78

5,200
20

158

158

165

*157

165

*157

165

*157
89

89 Va

88%

89 Tb

5,600

88

89%

87

87

89

87

30%

30%

30%

29%

32 Vh

30

3174

7,700

24

24

24 U

*24

24%

38%

38 %

38%

38

38 %

92'a

91 Va

30:%

30%

30%

24

24

38%

38%

38%

92

92

92

92

19

19%

19

19%

20

*24

.

34 Va
I08 Va

27%

27%

■

common

No par
No par
25

3.50

1

10
,50c

1
5

__1
5

Sulphur Co.,
1
Jersey Cent Pwr & Lt 4% pfd__100
—1

100
—Jj
12%

10
100
—1

*74%

76

34%

157 V*

27%

27%

34%.

157 Va

34%

27%

77

*75

73%

73%

75 Va

74r;b

9%

9%

9%

9%

9%

9%

9%

95

*95

10%

10%

10%

65%

*64

*110% 111%

62%

.

38%

38%

30

30%

31

33%

33%

33 %

21/64

23/64

141

27%

27%

27%

27%

25

25 Vs

25%

25%

16%
32%

33%

33%
123

*121
37 Va

'

37%

6

34%
%

30%

307.;

31

30 Va

30 Va

*30%

34 Vu

347b

34%

34%

27 Va
*25

27 Va
25V4
17

37%

*6

37%

6 V4

89

67%

67

67 V4

20%

*86

37%
*97

20%

123

*37%

37%

200

24,700
900

28%

27%

27%

25 Vr

257«

2474

25 %

2,700

16%

17

17

17'/8

13,100

37
32%

36%

37

4,900

32

32%

3,500

35%

35

35%

5,600

*121

124%

10

37%

800

10,500

347a

34%

140

GOO

3,600
1,100

28

35

*121

31

34:%

800

1,100

361,800

32 V

34%

39

31

31

r% 25/64

36%

123

38Tb

30%

34%

2

11174

111

38%

36 3 i

33%

4

30%

321%

*121

38Tb.

2

383s

32

27%

98

111

111

36%

89

37 Va

64:%

32%

26%

89

64 V

17

92

37

64 Va

64 Va

37"

26%

*97

10 V

16%
x31%

26%

*86

94 Va

10%

16%

20%

67%

96%

94 V

37

,

15,800

95%

38%

*30%

32

*20%
*89

64

111%

4,600

10%

10%

111%

28,600

9 Va

95

96

*63

100

76%

,9%

10%

95

30%

*30%

.

9%

*94

38%

37

75

76

11

31

16%

75

95 Va

29%

32%

15,200

75

95 Va

38%

37

390

287a

*10%

64

25,100

35

159%

*94

111%

15,600

27%

x94%

111%

180

13,400

157 V a

95%

'

a

195a
352%

19%,

28!«

157V4:

96

94%

95

91 Va

34 5 it

35 Vb

400

1,000

39

77

*75

72%

94%

24%

%

350',

352%

73 3 s

95

6

19 "V;,

19%
349

351

157

76

38%
*91

19%

19 Vb
349

350%

.349

*24

91

91

157%

Laughlin Steel com
5% preferred series A
:
Joy Manufacturing Co

32%

7%

Jefferson Lake

&

047a

31%

*50

27%

Corp

1,800

4314

31%

41%

647a

33 Va

47

157%

Johnson

V

4Va

.

64 3 »

41%

64 3 «

51

27%

preferred

300
I

41%

417b

32%

51%

156%

;

300

21,700

"

46

33%

Co

'

-

32%

preferred
...
.25
International Telep & Teleg.No par
Rights
—
International Utilities Corp
5
Interstate Dept Stores
1

Jones

15

*46

7%

&

14Tb

*50

7.50
——No par
Int'l Rys of Cent Amer com—No par
5% preferred—...
„
100

3% %

147s

*50

Paper

Johns-Manville

14%

*45

34%

I-T-E Circuit Breaker Co

'

6,400
*

82

37

1

28%

*51

4

*4Vb

82

/,

4

64%

349%

i

81

51%

32 3

J IV 4

177b

177b

287b

-

33%

preferred..—

17 Vb

*26%

15%

87 a

42%,

43

40 %

*27%

14%

9%

1%

81

37b

55%

8%

"
-

1,830

97

*9;,a

*'

130

'

54%
~

3%
277b

*51

preferred—

Johnson

28ir

4,000

89%

*88

*4Vb-

42Vi

82

97"'

17 Vs

3%

3%

.uc'u,

;

3474

817b

89%:

81

*79 %

81

27%

*46%

4%

42%

16%

16%

*79%
3%

40%

of

(F L)

42

14%

*27

72%

Jacobs

*4%
42%

4%

■

16%

16%

16%

*74%

$6

<<4%
42

41%

,

3,300
'

17b

8%

—

16%
38

34Vb

87«

348%

Island Creek Coal common

16»b
♦37

97b

8%

100

Light Co

5,300

55 Va

9%

*79%

_u_5

Jewel Tea Co Inc common

42

54 %

9%

—1

69% Apr
88

3

55%

9%

8%

1

Jaeger Machine Co

Mar 24

Jan

54%

9%

*1%

No par

23% Apr 17
28 Vb May
9
90 % May 12
2

55%

46

Iowa Power &

124% Apr

98%

•55

47

Iowa-Illinois Gas & Elec Co.i

3-%

!' 22%

97

45%

Interstate Power Co

37% Mar 13

98%

97

*46%

May 15

4

*88

47

May 19

32 3

10

3%

•*217;

81 Va"

98 Va

45

17 % May 12

81%

89%

45

International Shoe.,

79%

*96

%

26,400

91%

-

1

*88

*4

9,200

291,4

:

*91

34 Vb

89 Va

41

20.500

44T«

28'a

16%
37Tb
"

81%

33%

International Silver common

34 Vb

*96

33%

—

34%

*88

5

International Salt

167a,

34

'

*79%

*9''a

400

49 Vb

48 Va

3-'%

89 Va

33%

37

85

99

"<»moies

Mar 25

34% Apr 23

3

35% Dec

17

87

Feb

July 11

35% Dec 18
00% Nov 6

1*'

4

7
13

100

33% May 10
14% Feb 19

30

18

4

Jan

37% July 10

~23

78

13% Feb

v

57% Jan

July 12

24% Jan

Oct

13

441%

*22%

81%

33%

**

•

7b

*88

al5

'

*29

*79

1
Nopar
—100

_*

3%

*22

793 4

34%

33

.a—

y

*36%

38

*37 y

38

34

16 %

16%

16%

*37

34%*

34lb»

100

$4

..y

38

*37

16%

227b

ft22

23%

*22

16%

37a

3 %

3%

64

Inc

preferred-:—
Nickel

-

23%

16%

International

22

35

9

S3

7% Jan

3%

International

6

Jan

40% May 23
51% Apr 23

24

Dec

2

16

3%

Canada—.—No par
Packers Limited
1

Int'l

97% May

Jan

3%

-

*

91%

common—_a._No par

Ha-rvester

4%

May 8
79% Mar 13
11 % Apr 21

85% Feb 27

26

28

17

*89%

:

"

V

28

91%

*22 %

preferred—.—
100
Int'l Minerals & Chemical -com—,.5

76

13

27%

27%

°89Va

7%

29

30% Mar 10

92

Dec

111% Jun 28

13

8

22

Oct

159% Jan

Int'l

■

'*

41

Int'l Business Machines

9

50-

63%

Corp.—.

Iron

44%

■•/•

40%

preferred-——1

4Va%

Interlake

29

32 V*

Intel-chemical Corp common

35% May 22

3

Jan

May

Ctfs

10%
21

64

—

8,900

107ii

32%

Inspiration Cons Copper—:
Insuran,shares

7

Mar 13

9

34
*

12

357

Co.—

22%

HT-J

_—100 pesos

Inland Steel

92% May 13
22% Jan 27

7

300

125

Dec

16

8

17

20% Oct

41

11

11

22

24% Mar

29

86% Jan

Oct

25% Oct

13

Apr

18% May

85

Dec

36% Mar 24

22% Jan

65% Dec

27% Dec

89% May 22

2

25% Jan

26% May 10
106% May 10

30

2

Jan

85 Va

277b

63 %

Ingersoll-Rand common:
6%
preferred%

6

10

a

22%

.

107 b

Mexico

De

200

6,200

74

11Tb

:

A

11,800

127 b >< 12 Va
*727-;
*837

227b

Yi

2,100
:

31

*30%.

85

22

38%

27%

32%

Industrial Rayon

25

Feb

37

31% July 10
76
May 2
115% Apr 23

S

Mar 31

79% Apr
158

38% Jan

.

July 30

7% Dec

19

2

Jan

65

25 Va Dec

,

Jan

157% Apr

11

99% Jan

10

Dec

Feb

6% Apr 25

307 b"

*83

22 Va

22

22%

10

common

Electrica

Industria

9% Apr

21%

20

597 b

38 Vb

■

117b

—10

—

387a

30 %

v

117

59 Va

59 Va

38

27%

No par

<——

*115

117

59 Vb

*10%

.50
.50
4.70% preferred
—-50
4.42% preferred..
a
.50
4.20% preferred.,
,—.—.50
Indianapolis Power & Light a—No par

29% Jan

30

—

4.08% preferred—.
4.26% preferred

44% Jan

6% Dec

Co

Illinois Power Co

49% Jan
47 % Feb

46% Apr 23
31% July 5

13

34% Apr 28

2

Cement

12%

—No pat-

Illinois Central RR Co

Idaho Power Co.—

9

>

10%

Inc com——5

42% May 13
65% Mar 10

13

25% Oct

44

Indust

37Tb

27%

5%

34 % May

2

28% Jan

4

Bay Min <fc Sin Ltd

59Va

37%

11%

preferred series A
100
Hupp Corp common.
—1
5% convertible pfd series A
50
Hussmann Refrigerator Co—
.'—5

23

*115%

116

597b

170

10%

pat-

85% Apr

Apr

13,300

116

<

31

27%

27

8

40%

a

11%

49

23

30

40 V

27%

43%

12% Oct

Dec

40%

40 Vt

11%

29

70

Sep

600

4074

/■'%:

27%

21

47

43

14%

37

2G%

100

com

147a

85

noncumulative preferred—100

Hudson

297 b

*36%.

14 Va

*11%

40 % Apr

90

900

2934
37 Va

*83

1

Co——

297b

29 V b
*14

85

...

5%

Mar 24

.

2,200

*36Va

*83

—1

Corp

50

237b

40 74

r

'

Howard Stores

8

3,000

83

l4Vb

85 %

100
100
100

.

2,800

.

51%

23Tb

127b

—50

4%

77

37%

*84

preferred
preferred
—
4.40% preferred
,
Houston Lighting & Fower—No

3% %

237b

72%

Household Finance common_.No par

29

10% Mar 19

1
Apr 18
3% Apr 18

4% May 6
11% Apr 29

6

Feb

97

92

54

Apr
1
60% July 11

8% Dec

Feb

89

25

Apr

23 Vb

30%

54 U

*86%

727h

25

preferred

87

12 74

..Nopar

convertible

86 %

*

73%

of America common—1

$2.25 convertible preferred

83

Feb

84

5'/a

20

12Va

21%

1,500
■

*76

31

21%

40

39,200

*13% /13%

54%

*72

Houdaille-Industries Inc common..3

19
Jan
6
38% Apr 22
37

13
Apr 14

26

46% Oct

3
23

9

,

27% Jan

Jan

1% Sep

7

10

36 % Jan

25

3

Jan

15% Feb

Hotel Corp

59

12 %

800

30% v 31

77

297 b

37%

*36%

300

4%

32%

30

54%

*30%
127b

•

3

3% Oct

$4.25 preferred

13:{ 4

73%

Hooker Electrochem Co common—.5

29% May 22

87% Apr

Feb

6% Jan

97

81

51 % Apr

■;

32%

*72

31

-26

4-%
327b

V

73%

Holly Sugar Corp common
10
5% convertible preferred——30
Homestake Mining
..12.50
Honolulu Oil Corp.—,—
alO

22

1

117%

37%

26

4-%
33

:i2%

5

Holland

Oct

40

Furnace Co

11% Jan 27
22 Va May 21

9% Jan 20

82'/a Oct

25% Nov

*116

x58%

"26 %

a

*72

1
100
No par
2.50
—_1
50c

(conv)

2

17% Jan

40%

i

16,200
/ 2,700

12

*30%

5

10

24
11

40

37%

20%:

14

14

*13%

117%

1

•

15% Oct

37

37 %

20%

30%

:

23 Vb

*36 Va

37 V

29%

28%

*36%

1,700

36'%

30

23 74

;

3,100

20%

*76

88

29%

37

•

•

24%

24

'

34

136

'

76%

88

V.*

1,000

38

Va

13%

i

30

29%

*87 V«

3.>%
*135

'

•24 V4

43«

54%

54%

29 '

23:%

*321

54 Va

%■

40 V*

Heyden Newport Chem Corp.
3%% preferred series A

9 % Jan

Jan

*75

54

14

.

16% Jan

2

% 29%

76%

55

...

7

25% July

29%

*75

76%

%

54

39%

Hewitt-Robins Inc.

14% Mar 27

Jan

22

30

31

Jan

22

29 %

29

29

Corp.—No par

Hertz Co

60

8% Oct

15% Dec

13%

14

—

Chocolate
(The)

13 %

10

3,300

23%

*26

4%
33

13%

13%

33% I

20

32%

13%

28%

136

1,000

74%
22 V;

■>'

36

■i

31

=

32%

33%

_100

common

preferred

Hershey

1

3
Apr 18

74

17 »/4 Oct

5%

Powder

44% Feb

17

July 19
22% Jan
7
10% Jun 20
87

Hercules

26

%

4

29%'

33

21

*32 Va

V

31%

No par
2 1/12

Hercules Motors—

33

22

200

23%

36

4%

*4%

22

*135

23%

35%,
20%

,

*75

(G W) common.
—10
noncumulative preferred—25

7%

25%

25%
*32%

33 Va
136

23%

31%

E); & Co—/

Heller (W
Helme

Apr 23

61% May

14

10% Oct

271/4 Feb

■

% 29%

*13%

100
-25
100

preferred

4

41% Feb

1

July 25
42% Sep 19
62

3.65%

29%

!

%

*73 %

<22

r"

20%

4%

13'.;

73%

74

26

35%

33

13%

73%

•

43 Va

137«

13%

13 Va
22 >4

*135

34%

26%

2,700

// 33

33 Va
i 136

x26%

4%
*32

9.800

22%

*29

<

20%

*25%

55.V4

22%

13%

34%

10

54»«

•221"

44

*72 %

%

34 Va

54%

',22';

44%

X22

,

23%

*20%

53

22%

;

%

29%

33

5

preferred

7

.15% May

25

38% May

3%%

22

.

23%

2.50
„

/

*135

23%

Heinz (H J) Co eominon

89% Feb 21

6

Feb

10

10

30

0% Dec
35

8

33
136

23%

of America common.
1
preferred
—^50
Haveg Industries Inc—
...
—1
Hayes Industries Inc
:
5
Hecht Co common
;
15

May 19

55

33

4%%

24% May 9
29% May 12
37
May 20

43 'A Dec
83

76% Jun

29%

*135

Hat Corp

30% May 23
75% Apr 30

28% Apr

9

22% Sep

Hart Scliaffner & Marx

6

33% May 16
15
Mar 14

25
Apr 11

22% Jafi
72% Jan

2
20
May 6

21% Nov 22
69 % Oct

Nov

Mar

34

22% Apr
14%

May 221

38

22%
29%

22%
29 %

'

—-—100 : •.*
__1

G'/o: preferred

Harris-Intertype Corp——
Harsco Corporation
Harsh aw Chemical Co

7

25% Jan

2.50
—1

Co——
Co——,

Paper

22

43 %

533«

22 %

74%

Mar 17

13

.13

13%

*72%

Hammermill

20% Apr

34% Jan 21

13%

74%

Hammond Organ

May 23

Apr*7

30

13%

*72%

preferred.

convertible

Harbison-Walk Refrac com——/.50

34

140

23

28% Jan

Nov 27

28

30

""*13%

100

Printing Co—

(W F)

4%

«

44

53%

,*43%

22%

53%

—5

Hall

32% Feb

,

22%

22%

j

24% Feb 11
14

2

129

8
30% July 2
32% Mar 25
6% Jan
7

30

3% Oct

21% Jan

% *43%
53%

44%

53%

22%

44%
-

"

Hamilton Watch Co common——__1

21

16% Jan

*43%
53%

25

__—;

Well Cementing—5

Oil

Halliburton

74% Apr 14

2

Jan

26 % Jail

51% Aug

8

22

i

;

13% May 20

67

24

Hackensack Water

5
58 % Jan 29
23
May 6

44% May

a

122

37%

122

3774

37 Va

6%

6%

20%

20

20

20:%

20%

1,400

26%

277 a

27

277a

27

27%

9,200

88

89

88

88

67%

67 Vb

67%

67%

67-b
201

a

6%

6%

*86

67 a

89

88

>87

67%

677 b

170

1,300

89

e8(i

*86

89 %

37 Va

37

37%

36%

37%

98

98

98

97%

200

*97

97%

97%

39%

40%,

40%

35,500

39

39%

40

38%

98%

9S%

98%

750

33%

38%-

3C%

11,800

89

37%

37%

38%

98

98

98 Va

99

98%

98%

98

39 Vs

39%

38%

39

38%

39

38

37 V

a

387a

27,400

1958

Number 5745

Volume 187

.,

The Commercial and Financial Chronicle

.

(2348)

NEW YORK STOCK
EXCHANGE STOCK RECORD

Range for Previous
Year 1957
Lowest

Range Since Jan.

Highest

Lowest

STOCKS
1

NEW

Highest

YORK

LOW AND

STOCK

Monday

EXCHANGE

Par

Tuesday

May 19

HIGH SALE PRICES

Wednesday

May 20

K
22

Dec

46% May 15
109 ft May 9

30

671/z Dec

30

37

Dec

19

82

Dec

13

333/a Oct

23

80

Nov

68% Jan

2

38 ft Jan

2

45% May 22

Jan

15

88

Feb

18

96 ft Mar 11

96

Feb

25

96

Apr

3

Dec

11

77% Jan

4

32

•Nov

38 ft Jan

31

7

22

21

32% May

3

83

•

2

86

ft Mar 21

J90

L_IHlQ0

*93

97

*9474

,_No par

68%

69

50

36%

36%

.No par

35 ft

36

8 75

27 ft

27%

"5
ZZZZZZZl
™™~No par
~_~___2.50

*14%

14%

27%

27%

85%
41%

Jan

2

ft Apr

27
2

Feb

38

4%

28% May 23
.16
Feb
3

7

75 ft Jan

33% Jan

Kansas Gas

33ft Jan
91

30

20 ft Oct

28

32 ft July

5

20% Jan

7

43ft Jan

3

30

2

33 ft May

Jan

Co

Kennecott

Copper
County Land

Kern

Co

_

;

Co

Kerr-McGee Oil Indus

25ft May 23

26

com

preferred

Electric

Kayser (Julius) &
Kelsey Hayes Co__

Mar 24

29 ft Dec

&

Kansas Power &
Light Co

42% May 13
48% May 23

25

non-cum

4ft%

conv

common

Keystone Steel &

Wire

22

50ft July 25

46ft Jan

16

56 ft May

1

Dec

26

35ft Jan

19 ft Apr

22

27 % Jan

19

ft Jan

2

29% Feb

7

34

ft Jan

2

43

Mar 17

94 ft Apr

78% Jan

2

85

May 20

9
22
23

10

Dec

30

Dec

17

27 ft Apr

11

ft Dec 30

34ft Jan

4

21% Mar

17

Dec

30

26 ft

47

Jan

17

7

66ft Dec

9% Feb 17

,33% May

2

33 ft Apr

20% Feb

61

27

Jan

*10114

104.

*101 ft

930

104

96 ft

*93

96 ft

*93

96

97

*9474

97

ft

69

69

70

*9474
69

97

6814
*3614

37

37

37

*37

3714

300

3614

36%

36%

3714

3674

36%

2,300

27%

28

28

28

2874

3,900

68%
37

36 ft

36 ft

27 ft

27

ft

70 ft

3,700

*14%

14%

1414

.2774
*14

27%
85%

29 ft

29%

29%

2974

2974

86%

2974

2974

5,300

87 ft

86%

87%

87 ft

8874

88

8974

41%

41%

42 ft

19,600

4214

42 ft

4214

4274

4174

42 ft

9,200
21,400

.

*14

1414

*14

1414

44 ft

44%

44 ft

45%

4574

47 ft

4774

24%

4874

24

24%

24 ft

24%

25

25 ft

25

25

32%

32%

32

ft

3214

3274

32%

3214

3274

55%

5574

56 ft

5574

5674

5574

56

20

19%

19%

20

20

19%

1974

600

*2574

26 ft

26

26

2674

2614

1.80Q

3614

36 ft

3674

37

37%

3774

8,600

~

Kresge (S S) Co
(S H) & Co......
Kroehler Mfg Co__
Kroger Co (The)__

32%

55 ft

55%

*19%
36

*19%

26%

26%

i

55 ft

20

x25%

36 %

*84

26

36

85

36

85

.-

ft

85

*85

10 ft

"10

10%

10%

10%

27%

10

Kress

75% Mar 19

9214

44 %

"lOO

.

6

17 ft May 23

5

88

*9014

32%

5

4%
preferred
Korvette (Ej) Inc

9
2

ft Jan

*85

9214

24%

Corp
ZZZZZZZl
Royal Dutch Airlines___100 G
Koppers Co Inc common
10

10

2

24

9

May

12% Feb

22 Ya Jan

88

*90 ft

44 %

KLM

23

4514

400

*85

ft

25,100

1

King-Seeley

25

33

36% July 11
65 ft Jan
2

68%
*36 ft

2574

25

Co

Kimberly-Clark Corp

6

23 ft Dec

5,400

4574

2514

__i

prior preferred

5

45 ft

2574

4574

104

96 ft

*94%

Kansas City Southern

900

*10114

104

*93

97

10%

Dec

*101 ft

96 ft

37 ft May 22

9374

92

*94%

70 ft May 23
37
Mar
5

*92%

88

*93

2

9374

45%

IIlOO

10

200

92

*85

"-IIIIlOO

Jan

46 ft

*9014

preferred

34

80

*44

90ft.

preferred

29% Jan 10

*7814

4614

88

90 ft

104

4.35%

50% Jan

80

*44

44%

4474

*85

93

101 ft

*

4.20%

25

76ft Nov 11

88

*90 ft

____Il00

25%
*78 ft

9214

ft

Shares

78 ft

92 ft

92

ft

6

15
Apr 17
49% July 10
128ft Jan
4

4

44

the Week

25%

ft

3

5

26

*92

44%

*85

100

__

preferred

92 ft

Friday
May 23

May 22

45

78
45

Feb

31

40 ft Oct

preferred
preferred™

4 ft

92 ft

25

79 ft

Feb

Dec

47% May 31
75% Jun 19

3.80%

4.50%

25%
45

45

44%

COIb-No par

7

25%
*78 ft

94

29 ft Dec

17

Co

ft

78
45

96

2

22

14

May

preferredllllOO

convertible

25

78

7

Tan

22

Feb

24%
*44

50

City pr & Lt

91% Jan 30
103

preferred

2

25

77 ft Dec

4%%
4%ft

Jan

26 ft July 11

32 ft Oct

7

31

93 ft Jan

29

38 ft Oct

Kaiser Alum & Chem
Corp
33%
4 Yo%.
convertible preferredll.100

30

96% Jan

81 ft Jan

ft Oct

Jan

45 ft Mar

2

98

Aug 28

89

7

Jan

102

21

29 ft Mar 13

39% Jan

Mar 12

47

25 ft Oct

28

83

84

22 ft Oct

Feb

5
39% Jan 24

741/z July 23
791/2 Nov 12
88

14

Feb

49

105 ft Aug

23

Sales for

Thursday

-May 21

,

28 ft

28%

28 ft-

33%

«

33%

33%

10

86

85

85

*85

ft

33%

3,000
1.100

ft

10,600

86

ft

10%

1074

1074

10%

2814
33%

2874

2814

2874

110

1074

28%

1

2874
33%

33%

3314

18

18

17%

17%

17'/a

1714

17

73%

ZZl

ft

ft

74

73

73%

72%

7374

3374

73 ft

ft

33 ft

1714

1714
7314

3,300

4,000

1714

75

12,100
,

74

1,000
13,900

h
12 ft Oct

22

15% Jan
27

17

20 ft

Oct

2

13% Jan

2

Mar 22

20% Oct 16
3ft Nov 19

22 ft Jan

6

4ft Jan 24

22

July 15

18% May 21
27% May 16
3% May 9

3ft May 19
17

Jan

2

19% May

Laclede Gas Co
1

17% Dec

27

24% July

8

20

Jan

24

36 ft Apr

4

25

Feb

20

29 ft

May

94

9

83

Jan

17

89

Mar 28

Nov 27

10% Dec

19

45% Jan

4

2% Jan

18 ft Jan

17% Mar 14

11

10

1

Dec

12
22

20% Jan 24

'

3

Oct

22

7% Feb

5ft Dec 10

17 ft Jan

4
4

2

9% Mar 26
28

Jan

1

27

Lees

1

Jan

2

1% Jan

2

17% Feb

13

6

5ft Feb

13

•

4

May

5ft Jan

2

21

32ft Jun

14

22% Feb

28

25% Feb

19

Jan

15

25 ft Dec

31

24% Feb

10

22

65 ft Dec

23

Apr 29
84% July 17

7'/a Dec

31

13% Jan

50

19

68ft Jan

31

150% Mar

9

Jan

18

67

461/4 Dec

24

7

72% Jan

9% Dec

30

14% Jan

ft July 18
9

16% Apr 18

7ft Dec

26

2

7% Jan

2

65% Jan

2

25

52 ft July

143

ft Jan

Oct

10

3

10

22

11

29% Oct

25

191/4 Oct
93

22

Aug 26

80

Nov

Aug 26
15% Jan
2

116

July 24
23% Oct 22

17ft May

92

25

Mar

4

Lone

Mar 11

39% May

9

116% May

8

7

Jan

35

2
2

18

***r 28

101ft Jan
82

26

2
4

86

Mar

88 ft Apr
8
100% Apr 14

106

Apr

4

34

Dec

5

133 ft Dec

27

Jan

5

27% Feb

14

128

10

Long

23

30

93% Jan

8

55ft Mar

4

16

22

7

11% Jan

2

Jan

10

45% Feb

12

Jan

122% Jun 28

60

76

15 ft

1,600

27%

8714

*86

8714

*86

87 ft

1174

12

1214

3,900

32 ft

33%

7,300

114

1,700

87 ft

33

*86

lift
33

1%

87 ft

Island

4.35%

11%

11%

1174

32%

33

32%

3274

1%
16

1%
-

114

lft

15ft.

15 ft

15ft

*15ft

*414

*47A

414

614

4ft
Oft

6%

1

4ft

4ft

4ft

414

6

6

6%

6%

*

■

16

24%

24 ft

24%

24%

24%

2474

24

61/4
24%

33 ft

33 ft

33%

33 %

33

3374

32%

33%

1%

*15%
*414

16

200

674

3,500

2474

13,000

33 ft

ft

32 ft

3,600

17%

17%

17%

171/4

1714

1774

7914

78%

79%

791/4

7974

7974

80 ft

6,300

914

9%

914

974

91/4

914

914

9%

22,000

71%

7214

6974

7214

6974

7014

18,400

15574

15574

156ft

25

71%

72 ft

*154 ft

155 ft

71%

72%

155

155

157

156

3,800

156ft

130

*74

74%

7414

74%

75

7614

7514

7574

7574

.77

3,700

54

54 ft

53

54

5314

54 ft

53

54

53 ft

54

12 ft

12 ft

2,400

12 ft

1274

1274

1274

1274

1274

6%

6%

674

674

6%

674

,674

674

3,800

4474

46 ft

4474

46%

45

44,900

47

47ft

47 %

4774
1674

47 ft

4574
48%

3074

1614
31%

32,800

31%

3774

3774

38

11514

116

.

%

12 ft

■12 ft

6%

6%

10c

43 ft

45ft

45

ft

46 ft

;

•

1

46%

47%

46%

47%

16%

16%

1614

16 ft

4

30%

IlO

30%

3114

37%

31

37%

X37

*115%

117

Xll6

24%

25 ft

25%

*100 ft

102ft

*100 ft

100

*87 ft

;_100

*90

100

107ft

10

;

1674

1574

31%

3074

3714

116

100

common

1614
3074

37 ft

.10

com

I

3714

37%

-

'

100

Lighting Co

7% prefe'-red
Louisville Gas & El Co

58%

100

*140

(Ky)_Nopar

90

if

26

ft

*88
*90

92

110

111

58 %
141

58%
140

59%

116

116

2574

25%

2574

25%

10214

*10014

10214

*10014

*8814

9014

*90

*8814

"92
11114

5814
140

*yo
*111

5974

567-4

140

*140

9014

59

*8814

ft

141

92

*110

111

56

74

140

1,000

58 ft
140

31ft

31

31ft

31ft

3114

31%

59%

60%

60

60 ft

60 ft

14%

14 ft

14 %

5974
14 ft

6014

14%

1474

1414

1174

1374

67 ft

66%

08%

6874

70

69

7074

69 ft

193,100
-

14

67

7074

31ft
6074

25,800

90 ft

*90

92

112ft

31%

Nashville..

13,500

102ft

50

&

39,600

240

2574

11114

.

1,500

3,000

2574

90 ft

140

116%

*100 ft

102ft

107ft

92

116

16

(M) & Sons Inc
__1
Lukens Steel Co..
:
___3.33ft

Louisville

Lowenstein

Mar 19

200

474

6ft
24

900

17

preferred.

(P) Co

3274 -33%
*1% •'lft

%

ft

15

•

1174

18%

78 ft

series E preferred
series G conv pfd

4.40%

*86

11%

No par

conv

Lorillard

14% Apr 10

Dec

19

27%

1874

17

series B preferred
4.25% series D preferred

140ft May 16
32% May
9
62% Apr 25

11

1974
27 ft

1814

9%

5%

ft Mar 21

54% Dec

1914
*27%

18%

17

Star Cement
Corp.:

4.84%

92% Feb 11
111ft May 21
59% May 21

10

30% Jun

32% Jan

Jan

1974
27ft

79 ft

Lone Star Gas Co common

May 20

104

300

19 ft

2714

914

Loew's Inc_.

Feb 28

89

78 ft Nov 12
93

10

Jan

18%

1914
27 ft

1

12 % Apr

28ft Jan

18%
27 ft

*15 ft

2.50

11

31

2,200

*19%

lift

15

Corp

48% May 23

107ft Feb

6,300

374-

5

2

7

1874
28 ft
-

17'

Litton

9

*314

10

38% Jan

23ft Jan

4

1
6

18 ft

*2714

374

78%

com

Industries Inc
Lockheed Aircraft Corp.

Jun

103

May
7% Jan

*1814

1874
2814

*314

374

7

Link Belt Co
Lionel Corp (The)
List Industries

13

18%

1814
*27 ft

18%
28

No par
10

Co

Lily Tulip Cup Corp

5

*3 ft

19 ft

100

Feb

18 ft

*27%

3ft

27%

1

preferred

2

Jan

117

7

7 ft

May 23

57

2

Corp

46 ft May 20.

40 ft July 16
36% May 13

11

99 ft Oct

Jan

6% Apr

Lerner Stores

1814
27 ft.

*3 ft

19 ft

*85

10
,

'

19 ft

100

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass
Libbey McNeill & Libby
Liggett & Myers Tobacco

May 22

77

preferred

36% Mar 11

57 ft Jan

lift Oct 31
25 ft Oct

30

157

22

46% Jan

4

80ft May 15
9% May 23
73 ft May
6

7

Jan

CO

10% July 16

36 ft Oct
26

18%

18%
*27

3ft

27%

common,3

non-cum 1st
preferred
No par
50c non-cum 2nd
pfd
__No par
Lehigh Valley RR
;
__No par
Lehman Corp
(The):
1
Lehn & Fink Products
Is

May 13
17% Apr 28

2

70 ft Jan

14

18%
27 ft

3ft

"

S3

34 ft

14 ft Oct

26

18
*27
.

-

7% Jan 20

Oct

Co

Lehigh Coal & Navigation Co
Lehigh Portland Cement..
Lehigh Valley Industries com

9

15 ft Apr

(James) & Sons

3.85%

12ft May 9
35% Mar 14

2

22

62 ft Aug
130 ft Aug

4

"25

,

Jan

26 ft Oct
12 ft Oct

common

preferred series A__

Consolidada 6% pfd-75 Pesos Mex
Lane Bryant
1
Lee Rubber & Tire
__*[
^5

9

24% Dec
82

4.32%

La

140

31ft

3174

2,400

6014

6074

2,600
3,800

20,300

M
22 ft Dec 16
112% Dec 26

39ft Mar 22
125

Mar

4

19% Oct

22

27

Oct

22

32% May 17

77

Nov

18

86% Jan 30

32% July 12

7% Mar 28

23

Jan

2

116

Jan

15

21% Jan

2

28

Jan

'78 ft Jan

30ft Jan
125

26% Feb
34

Jan

2

31% Jan

10

23

44

Jun

12

30 ft Jan

2

Dec

27

530

23 ft Dec

24

Nov 19

28 ft Dec

55

385

May 27
50ft Jun 17

4% Nov 12
4% Nov 26

11

Jan

10

9ft July 23

Hi/4 Dec 23

17 ft Jan

20

37% May 13
15 ft July 17

Dec

z4% Oct
15 ft Dec

18

16
24

38

14

Jan

2

17% Oct 22

20 ft Apr

10

49

54% Feb

7

25

ft Dec 26
Dec

26

29 ft Oct

23

77

35% July 19
37 ft May
8

Nov 13

91

Jan

28

26 ft Aug

15

47% Jan

22

23 ft Dec

20

35 ft Jan

8

331/2 Dec 30

40% July

69 ft Nov

83

69

Nov

61ft Sep
22

Dec

11

390"

Apr
Feb

37

22

57 ft Apr

10

425

31

Mandcl

7% Jan

30

14% Apr

24

27% Feb

4

Manning,

5% Jan

2

7ft Feb

4

Maracaibo

2

Marchant Calculators Inc
Marine Midland Corp common

18

2

20ft May
21% May
58

25% Jan

36

May

29% Jan

38% May

81 ft Jan

90

31

36% Jan

Mar

25 ft Jan

79

Jan

70

4ft

2i

5
May 23

42 %

May

4

82ft May

23 ft Jan

2

29 ft May 16

55

Maytag Co

53 ft May 19

$3

13

16% May 23

McCall

24

McCord

39

42 ft Apr

18ft Apr
39 ft Jan

Oct

30

11

Dec

60

Dec 30

23

30

Jan

13% Mar 11
«

62

17

4

47

Jan

May 14
50ft July 24

31% Apr

34% Feb 11

Jan

10

Dec

15% July 18

10ft Jan

2

67

Dec

23

47 ft Oct

22

12

122ft July
63

July

8

68ft Jan

2

52

•

12 ft Dec

30

13 ft Dec

30

33

Apr

1

81% Nov 27
21

Nov

6

74ft Nov 25

19% Jan 29
20

Mar

40ft Jun
93

7
17

May

Jan

14
27

9% Jan

12% Apr
13 ft Jan

15

15 ft Feb

5

2

33% Apr

37 ft Jan

86ft Jan

96

Apr

25

ft Apr 24
88ft Jan 29

22 ft Jan

26% Apr

14

79

Jan

85

May

56

Jan

92

May 23

34

ft Mar 21

19

Dec

20

25 ft May 20

19ft Jan

29 ft Feb

12

44 ft Nov 29

36% Jan

89

26

79

Jan

8

86

Nov 29

109

ft Jan

72% Sep 10
105% Jan
3

61

Aug 12

Feb

128

76

3614

3574

*86%

87 ft

*87

87ft

8714

33%

33%

33%

3314

29-14

29 ft

2974

2974

41ft

41%

*81%

83 ft

8,700

41

4114

*83

84

*83

8414

*83

84 ft

*82

83 ft

*82 ft

84

*82 ft

84

*8214

84

74

*71%

7214

73

73

*72%

7414

*7214

7414

29

41ft
83 ft

42

41ft

4074

10

60
110

29

29

29

29

1,100

5314

53

53

*53

5314

7,440

1574

1574

.16

16

16%

1614

1.500

*20%

21ft

*21

2114

2114

21ft

21ft

21ft

21

21

41

42

*42

4214

*41

42 ft

*41 ft

4214

10 7s

11

10%

11

11

11%

1074

11

1074

11

*79%

80

*79%

80

79%

79%

7914

79 ft

7914

79 ft

—3

..1

3

Inc..:

1
5
18

1

Co

1
__10

,

common

Inc

l_1

35%

35

3514

35%

3574

3574

33%

34

3414

34 ft

34 ft

34

44

44

44

4414

44%

44%

44

ft

*4174

3574

300

42 ft

90

6,200
190

36

5,700

3474

ft

3414

3414

4514

45 ft

46

5,400
2,000

36%

14ft

14 ft

14%

15

15

15

1474

15

80

81ft

8114

85

84%

8574

8414

84%

83 ft

8414

4,500

01 ft

61ft

6114

63

62 7 a

63

62

63

61

6114

9,000

9

12%
*15%

9ft

12%
16

1474

1474

914

914

9

914

127a

13

13

12%

13

13%

33%

16

1574

1574

♦15ft

16

1574

15%

ft

3574

3514

3574

3474

3574

6,600

9ft

12%
*15%

35

35%

35

35%

35

100

*95

9514

95

95

%

95

914

95

9%

*9414

914

96

*94 ft

96

4,000
1,400
.

400

4,200
60

1.1

28%

25%

2514

26

2514

25 ft

2574

2574

2514

2514

4,100

100

83 ft

84

8314

8314

8314

84

83 ft

83 ft

*8314

84 ft

330

80%

85

1

82

85

2314

5274

5374

86

86

86

*84

147

148

148

150

*83 ft

Apr

9

4.35ft

26

3.35ft

preferred series

100

17

85

Jan

31

88

Mai- 11

3.80ft

preferred series

100

19

97 ft Jan

14

103

Mar 28

4.45ft

preferred series

100

5

Co

Metropolitan Edison 3.90ft

pfd
:

100
100

90

23

5214

51

12.50

87

23

52

23

50 ft

..No par
1

88

23

52%

22%

No par

preferred

85

2314
50%

3%

16%c

1

common..,

preferred series

35

333,4

5

.

90 ft Feb

26

41ft

42

83 ft

82

290

29

24

page

2,300

90

*53

10




35.600

2974

15%

Jan

see

3374

2974

53

Jan

'

89

3314

29

86

Feb

88 ft

3374
2974

2914

15%

94

103

.

53

84 ft Jan

86 ft Apr

1,600

29

9

July 10
July 25

9,200

3674

ft

18

92 ft May 13

36

3574

15%

Feb

102

3574

3574

53 ft

May 23

2

400

3574

29

104 ft Jan

94

60

15%

Mcsta

89

*57 ft

29

7

28

500

53

Co

Robbins

Machine

Oft

8814

3374

29 ft

*6

33 ft

8714

32%
29 ft

50

10

For footnotes

3574

36 ft

2

Sep

90

3514

36 ft

39

Jun

77

35%

July 12

Aug 30

15,500

36

$4 conv 2nd preferred..
Mergenthaler Linotype Co
Merritt-Chapmao. & Scott

85

6,400

2174

34%

5

75

2014

34%

3

May

1974
2114

35%

Jan

Jan

2,800

35ft

19 ft Feb

63

674

58

39

May 23

674

2174

157

8

1,900

6 74

20 ft

2

24

.21% Jan

614

1974

10

69% Apr

29

2314

2114

15% Jan

20

14 ft Oct

24

S3.50

2314

614

2314
674

23

53

30 ft Mar 10

37 ft Dec

37% Dec

May 20

Co

7 ft.

23 ft

23%

19

50

Trucking

&

4,100
1,300
100

3274

5814

ft

Merck

714

700

2574

*1214

2174

common

Mercantile Stores Co Inc

54% May 23

2514

6 %

674

1874

*7174

56

425

1214

13

2114

82

56

6%

13

6%

714

3574
*410

400

12ft
2314

*6

12 ft

5814
x35%

(J Ray) & Co Inc

&

71/4

774

2374

1874

preferred series B
Mengel Co (The)

23 ft May 12
10

6%

2514

26

56 ft
425

5814

ft ft

4

6%

1,9C»0

3674
ft

*415

21 %

preferred (Lst series)
Melville Shoe
Corp common.,

7

" eft

3574

56

56 ft

18%

Stores

Corp

4

23

16,800

21ft

McQuay Norris Mfg Co
Mead

23 ft

714

4374

No par

McLellan Stores Co

22

*23%

714

42%

26

36 ft

6%

ft

900

4274

*57%

preferred

McKesson

16 ft Mar 20

8

30

Corp

McLean

*6
12

11%

41

425

25 ft

88

11%

58%

McGregor-Doniger Inc class A
Mclntyre Porcupine Mines

Mar 31

714

6%

12 ft

26%

5574

88

11%

19

No par

McGraw-Edison

30

64

7%

25%

36 ft
*409

12,600

88

11%

21%

McGraw-Hill Publishing

8% Feb

25%

56%
425

34

88

—No par

common

McDermott

J5ft May 6
85% May 21

36

56 ft

33

18%

Corp common__50c
,3ftft. convertible preferred
100

May 23

x36

*412

17,400

21%

No par

Corp

McCrory

66%

4074

500

25ft

*57%
34ft

No par

preference

$2.50

36 ft

41%

No par

series

46

23

2

1947

79% May 13
36% May 22
37ft Jan
3

2

39

8

ft Feb 28
12% Feb 12

28% Mar
29% Nov

Jan

42

30% Apr

75ft Apr

2

4174

11%

No par
5

preferred

50ft Jan 31

4

11%

11

2674
124

24%
33 ft

4

preferred

30

3374
88

87%

2674
*120

2414
3374

No par

com..

common

pfd

17 ft Apr 22

3314
88

33%

2674
124. '

*120
24

87%

424

2674

2674
124

2474

24 ft

1

$3.75

21% Dec 31

*26

*120

24Vi
33%

5

preferred

$3.75

May 21

-

124

23? a

50

Co

$3.40

«

5

*120

..100

Co

Corp
May Dept Stores

2

32ft Feb 25

73

ft ft

Martin

83 ft May 20
17

1

Masonite

8

Jan

12.50

convertible
&

*6

124

12 ft

5

Exploration..

Marshall Field

7

714

No par
.

Maxwell & Moore

preferred
Marquette Cement Mfg Co

30 ft Mar 13

Jan

Bros

Manhattan-Shirt

9
ft May 21

25%

1

2

ft Feb

*409

1

3

13

35%
*56

50

8

34

9

39%

Jan

78 ft Jan

Jan

40%

5ft Apr

Mar 22

Jan

39%

12 ft Jan

Feb

7

*10%

Manati Sugar Co

83

30

lift

.1

28

77

12 ft Dec

88

11

50

7% Jan

6

23

33%

87ft

10

28% Jan

18 ft Jan
51ft Jan

26%

32%

Magnavox Co (The)
4%7<?
conv
preferred

Oil

*26

100
.No par

2

21

ft

26

24 ft

Magma Copper

9

26ft
24

•'

Apr 30

-

*122

5
No par

Macy (R H) Co Inc eom
4ftcfe preferred series A
Square Garden

Madison

Mar 11

10
100

i

29

4

49% Nov

May 23

common

Trucks Inc-L

23% Apr
5% Jan

8

20

Mack

preferred

Mahoning Coal RR Co_____
Mallory <P R) & Co.™

31

Jan

14

6%

•

88
May 14
lift May 2
49% Mar 24

89

33

3

3

1

Jan

MacAndrews & Forbes

17

6

lift July

8

23

Apr

%

88

90

*23

5274

92

1,310

23%

900

54%

46.600

*83

86

*83

87

153

157

2,800

15114

155

155

34%

34%

34%

34%

3474

347a

35

35

35

3574

17%

17%

17%

18

18

1874

1774

1814

1774

18

48

48

48%

48

48

4874

4814

4814

400

9114

180

146

92%

92 ft

*4714

9114

*48

91

92

92

*100

102

101

*88

89 ft

88

88

*88

8914

*88

*87

88 ft

*87

88 ft

*87

88 ft

87

*100

*101 ft

102

10214

*101'4

10214

*10114

9114
101

102 ft

*100

101ft

91ft
102

*90
*100

102

800

26,500

10
30

8914

*88

8914

87

*87

8814

10

10214

50

10114

102 ft

21

|

The Commercial and

LOW

STOCKS

f«r PrwtaM

31

60% Jan

2

38% Jun

2€% Dec 26

40% Jan

30% Jan
Dec

77«

Dec 31

12% Dec

23

7314 Jan

29

''

7% Dec 31

5
Deo 24
Dec

17

29 Ve Jan

9

35% Jan

2

30

15

88% Sep
20% Dec

17
30

35% Apr

Feb

13

28% 8ep

4% Dec

17

12% Jan

25

6

30% Jan

20

Apr

24% Apr
23% Jan
Jan

5% Dec

26

<30% Feb

26

52

18% Oct

22

<17

>27% Dec 80
; Dec 27

fl0% Oct 22

19% Jan

3

81% July

2

13
7

47

31

May

»

30% Dec 12

30% Jan

10

31

July 28

60

May

1,

38

18% Dec

Tool-.

Morrell

Motorola

30 %

30%

26%

26%

53

53

17

17%

Motor

1

*67

■>•' 20

*17%
*1014

68%

1114

1114

;

1814

1814

••

18%

11%

6814

«

11%

58

T
;:

(i834

*11%

*10%

11%

10,000
27.700

6%
'

11%

18

25%

6%

•

58

67'

•

24%

:

8.0(30

*11

11%
*

''

51a

i

70

10(J
•

-700

11%

*6 ■•'

200

>

•6%

*518

5%

*5%

5%

5%

x30%

30%

30%

30%

30%

30:%

30%

31

26%

26%

26%

26%

26%

2614

26%

2614

2,700

53

53%

53

53

53

2,500

16%

1714

-

,

i

/

*16%

17%

23%

22%

23 %

35%

35%

35%

-

>

65.900

53%-

*53

53%

*16%

17%

*16%

17%

23%

23%

23%

35%

\ 23

-

-35%

3514

3,500

23%

24%

14.500

35%

35%

17,200

19%

19%

14%

14%

—No par
12

"19 Yb
14%

14'%

1414

14%

14%

14%

14%

14%

35%

36 ya

35%

36%

36%

37

3614

37%

37%

37 %

42%

43

43%

44%

42%

43%

4,400

13

13'

13

13

13

13 Yb

2.400

23%

23%

2314

23%

23%

1,200

i

3

19%

19%

-

4214

>

19%

19%

2,600

-

2,700
3,800

40

41

12%

12%

.1

*23%

23%

23%

19%

19%

*19%

19%

19%

19%

19%"

19%

19%

19%

5
1
10

"38y4

38%

38%

38%

3814

3814

38

3814

38

38 y4

2,100

26%

27%

26%,

26%

2614

26%

26%

27

28%

26,609

*40%

43%

4314

42

42

*41

43 %

100

—No par

—

Myers

19%

19%

19%

T 3514

12%

—

44% Apr

.

40

10
5

Corp

Murphy Co (O C)
Murray Corp of America

17

4.400
'

49%

22%

Inc'

Munslngwear

7.900

7%

r

10

i

Products

87.900

35 Yb

Lines!

Motor Wheel Corp
Mueller Brass Co

20,00(1

31%

1,800

,

1

& Co

Inc

18

5.900

21%

7-%

■

61a

18-

67

18

*10%

-6%

3714

13,800

•

-

43

'

58

*1114

11%

241a

6%
*57

*56%

07

'

13

r

-

11%

No par

Moore-McCormack

(John)

*66

614
58%

43%>

24%

24%

5%

■

58

'*11%

10%

'

7%

47%

4714

23;!4

>

5%-

*56%

*5

v

24%

5%

'j

'

7

46-%

47%

23%

5%

33%

'

7

*6%

26%

.

46%

*10%
■

5

(The)

39% Apr
8
28% May 23

Feb 23

18

-No par
2

•

,<'/• 7

7

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6

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.

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28%

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PRICES

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25

EXCHANGE

Highest

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AND

Tuesday

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STOCK

YORK

NEW

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Year 1961

.

EXCHANGE STOCK RECORD

NEW YORK STOCK
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Financial Chronicle

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see

page 26.




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6,500

96

i_l

Mining Corp
Newport News Ship & Dry Dock
Air

1

*91

7,100

48%
165

47 y4

20

,_1
_1

:

——+

Central

3

Apr
31% Mar

*91%

*92

York

87

23%

England Electric System
—1
Jersey Pr & Lt Co 4% pfd_100

York

38% Dec 31

23%

31%

New

18

3

16%

16%

82

New

Apr

22

45%

.31%

16

Apr

30

2214

45%

*81

20

18

26 % Oct

22%

100

14

95

72% Sep

22%

45%
16%

(J J) common—No par

16% Jan

Mar 11

32 y4 Oct

63

92%

5,000

28%

48%
165

12%

01%

23%

'

preferred'

44% Jan

103

1

12%

6214

23%

5

Fibre Co
•.
1
!

,1

,

21% Feb

.

.

13

!

12%

61%

.10

Newmont

81% Mar 24

11

4% Dec

_.

Newberry Co

17% May 22

Dec

14

Corp

3%%

Dec

,

12%

61%

*16%

;.l.No par

Co

Inc—

Neisner Bros IncI

10

3

13% Mar

12%

11;,

-

a

Radiator__

Natomas Co

94

.

14

36% Apr 30
17% Jan
2

12%

60%

5

;•

National Vulcanized

81% May 23

14

Jan

12%

61%

5
100

3,000

12%

28%

49
166

*JG5

44%

Cast-No par

,

National U.S

98

118

Ref

National Theatres

27

32% May 13

Feb

Jan

National Sugar

National Tea Co

11% Feb

14% Jan

17
87

Steel

&

14% May 14

26% Jan

30

Malleable

166

22

1

National Shares Corp ——-2

f

400

14%

■

12%

29

48a4

48%

48%
*165

16614

60%

1

National Steel Corp

28%

2814

28%

.

48%

48%

•

'

12%

100

7

12%

14%

14%

%

49%'

49%

"

-28%

28 r

166

166'%

*166

10
5
1
5

100

6

9% May 23

13% Jan
10% Jan
77 % Feb

22

Natl

5

6-% May 15

18

48%

14%
*12%

12%

f'

50

1,300

12

11%

12

14% f 141-4
12%
1214

*49%

5014

*4914
-

•

10

:

16% May

9 % May 22

26

28

48%

Service Corp

National Linen

12% Jan

Feb

Co„

preferred A
preferred B

36% May 14

,

85

Oct

7%
6%

-

54% Apr

,

7% Jan

7% Jan
9% Jan

27 Vs

Co common

56% Jan

2

33% Jan

19

(66% Nov 13

13

5

26% Feb
.•

4% Jan

4

Oct

14

(76

*

11

14% Feb

!

Nov 13

71

i

Jan

8

,

Dec 23

1

,

11

6% Dec 30
«% Oct

6

42% Jan

0% Sep 16

17

Dec

•
«

Jan

30% Jan

Nov 29

44

2

15 j*

Gas

15% May 20

47% Apr 11

<29ya Nov 22

142% Jan

21% May 13

M4% Deo

-

12%

1214

•

7

12% Apr 12
21% Dec 30

14%

12%

$4.50 preferred—No par
National Lead CP common-!
_5

May
•103% Feb

Mar 25

20

124y2 Aug 23

143 y2 Aug
-

July

'

pfd series of 1951—:

48% May 22

'

,35Y« Oct 22

14%

100

National Department Stores
Natl Distillers & Chem Corp com

17% May 12

0

23 ye Jan

19

22

16% Oct

2

28% May 21

13% Dec
19% Oct

preferred —
Can Corp
i
Register
National City Lines Inc
National Dairy Products

National Cash

7

23% Feb

19 y» Jan

37% Jan

14 %

.

12

12

12

11%

50
14'/a

5

common

7%

f

11%
49% ;'

10

Inc

National

24

11%
49%

_1

_1

■„

Corp

wiscuit Co

ii.i.

:

_1
;

National Aviation
Na

63 % May 23

50% Jan 17

24% May 22
38% Mar 18

18% Dec 23

: *33

8

13% Apr

t

2

9% Jan

2

11%
49 yz

5

.

National Airlines-

49% May 12
168
Jan 20

158% Mar 26

,

National Automotive Fibres

31

Jan>

Corp

National Acme Co-

27

13% May

41 % Jan

8
4

15% Jan

9% Nov 14

*

18% Jan

;

23% Mar

5
Dec 80

Natco

4

53% Mar 10

>•

9% Jan

I
14

42% Deo

142% Aug 19

14% Fab

Jan

93

22%

23%

2314

13%

14

13%

14%

14

2314

23 y4

21%

*23

37%

37%

91%

*23

37%

39 %

14%

'

38%

24

39

"

r70

38%

38%

11.300

20%

20

*4

9,100

81%

150

*91%

14%
*23

38%

10

^2

ic

^

310

39%

5.600

24

Volume

187

Number 5745

.

.

The Commercial and Financial Chronicle

.

(2351)

NEW YORK STOCK
EXCHANGE STOCK RECORD

Range for Previous
Year 1957
Lowest

STOCKS

Range Since Jan. 1

Highest

Lowest

*

NEW YORK

Highest

STOCK

LOW AND HIGH SALE
PRICES

Monday

EXCHANGE

rar

Tuesday
May 20

May 19

/

Wednesday
May 21

o
4234 Oct 22

52% May
9
101% Mar 18

767-4 Jun 27

Oct

Dec

14

4

3

Jan

15

28% Mar

38 % Oct

22

18| 4 Oct

21

37% Jun

Apr

2

13% Dec

30

89

35% Nov 18:
SG"

68

24

Nov 12

43

Nov 18"

7-

Oct

.

21

16% Jan
•' Jan

26% Jan

21-

43% Oct 22

43% Apr
51 % Jun

4

-

23

Oct

12% Oct

9

-

2
2

132

.

Jun

7

7% Apr

2

117% Jan

•19% Jan

22;

36

130

Apr 21

5% Feb

4

3

15% Jan

14

36% Jun

11

30% Jan

12

63% Dec

11

63

26% Jan

2

56% Jan 16

37

Jan

2

J«n

8

7% Dec 27

12% Jan
31

*

2

*

22

Apr

10

30 % Dec

31

40% Jan
13% Jan

2% Dec 30

9

8

11

Nov 26

25'% Jan

Jun

12% Oct

21

48% Nov 20

40% Dec

30

64 %

22

45% Jan

90% Oct

28

86% Nov

6

11 % Dec

106

30'

28% Dec

101

29

Jan

7

35*

Feb

23

85

21
25

92

25

Oct

-

Jan

52 % Mar

104

2

2

7

48 %

82% Mar 11
19% Jan
2
60

Jan

95

Jan

40Apr 30
25% May 9

10

14

56

--

102

13% Dec 20
2% Dec 27

20% Jun

7

14% Jan

3

16% May 12

Aug
7
July 15

Jan

2

65 %

49% Jan

13

4% %

5;
Apr 10
68% May 13

5%

12

3

85 % Sep

10

97

Feb

25

92

Jan

37% Dec

23

63% Jan

2

37

Jan 22

34% Oct 21
10% Aug
92

40% May 21
23

37% Jan

6

21

Feb

99

Jan

9

..

87

Aug 26

104% Feb

94-

Nov

106

.11

Oct

53% Dec

38% Oct
68

18
22

23

Jan

94% Jan
102% Jan

6

10

102

3

107

27% Jan

40% May 22
17 % Mar 25
65

46

Dec

12

82

Feb

12

74% Jan

79 % Feb

19

75

53 % Jan

94% Jan 21
39% Jun 26
Nov

3

•96% Jan

3

94*

Jan

Jan

11

97

Apr

54% May

14
6

6

14'

Jan

2

70% July 12
27 % Mar 20

Oct 21
15% Oct 22
82% Dec 31

Jan

52% Feb 26
16% Jan
2

64

82% Jan

92

May

95'

Mar 20

98% May 15
20 %

18% Apr

16

May 21
19% Feb
3

6

84% Jan
7
14% May 13

May 16

May 21

Nov 11

150

Jun

25

150

14% Dec

30

64

Oct

6% Dec 23
14

Dec

to

Dec

io¬
ns

Dec

Apr 17
15% Jan
2

10

67% Feb

8 Viz

Dec -24

67

13
21

85% Jan

8

Jun

■
Feb
31% Jun

30

6

July 19

37% Jan
80% Feb

23

85

11

128

78

6% May 23
14 y« Jau

62

;

J

7

2

23

69

29% July 25

18

Jan

Jan

May

6

Dec

3

135

22

84

Jun

18

68% Oct

39% Jan

21

117

Jun

20

69

14

Feb

12

21% Dec

22% Dec

19

38

30

Nov 14

116

Mar 19

7% Feb
16% Jan

22% Feb

10

Mar 29

22

4

16

Apr 24

122

Feb

5

13

:.52% May 22

,

53% Dec

xl4%
49 7-»

53%
46

102 %
100

34%

46%

7.

34%

*iqo% 102
15%
157b
66 %

100

91%

91%

92

41%

100

s

102

..100

Phlla & Reading Corp

.106..

1

common

preferred series A
Philip Morris Inc common
preferred

j

5

Phillips Petroleum

62%
54
85

39%
9%

*95%

.

39%-

97a
98

-

*83%
39

53%

9%

96

96

53%

-

Pitney-Bowes Inc
85

convertible

.

4%

66

*99

J%

46'%

41%

417b
*22 7a

*97

104

104

67;

66

41%

106

1057a

106 ?

39

39

40%

147b

147b

15

547b

63%

63%

55%

52%

•106

98

98

17%

1774

63%

63 >A

'

-

*83 74

857b

'•83%

397v

39%

10

39%
•97b

98

•95%

'

10
98

98

•97%
18%
63 '•«

63

90
95

9274

10

SO

Jan 29

31

31

Apr 24

*14%

14%

147 b

15

147b

*135%

145

99%

18%

•135% 145

130

•130

177b
•88

ia%

800

63'%

2,200

177 b

3,300

1774

1774

90 :

*88

3,300
40

90

50

93%

1.00a

15 y»

■

95

15%

3,300

.

*135%

145

•135%

•129%

131

130%

145

130%

130

,

131

•135% 145
130

.

.

J

17%

17%

177a

17% '

177b

1874

18%

20%

10

70%

72

691/4

70'A

69%

707b

6974

70%

1

'

GTS,

10

15%

6%
157b

6%

157 b

7

6%

16

157b

6%
16

6%
16

'

13074

1974
:

67 a

16%

70%

67v

16%

-

440

20%

7oy»

-

67b

9,900

'

10,900
-

19,800

,

16%

*63

65

*63

65

*63

65

•63

65

•63

69%

*69 %

70

•69

70

•69%

70

70

8,700

65

*68%

100

100

70

18%
*119

18%
125

18

18 %

*119

17%

•119
50

1774

125
51

•120

18

177v

■

125

•120

100

177b

1,200

125

47%

48

76

76

*76

79

80

80

28%

*28%

28%

28 "2

28%

29

297b

29%

297b

2,100

22%

231/a

227a

23

2274

23'a

23 %

23%

4,800

6174

108,700

5

22 711

'

177b

125

28%

1

75
2.50

23

*

1,200

537v

x63

15 ->

Plough Inc
Plymouth Oil Co

10
98

93%

17%

IOO

50,800

•97%

:

*91%

403^

97b

18%

64

i

52%

99'%

18

62%

210

77,100

85%.,

*95%

.

537b

•88

Plttston Co (The) common
$3.50 convertible preferred

:

64'%

84%

177b

230

12,200

39%

17%

1474

7

13,300

537 b

95

Pittsburgh & West Virginia
Pittsburgh Young & Ash pfd

■

89'%

90

14%

190

397 b

52%

53

200
.280

15%

'*•62%

17%

'

107.

•84%

53%

300:

91' /

15

18

■'

62

5,400
;
•

55%

98

17%

17%

41%
22%

87%

53%

61%

14(900
220

•85

•95'A

5374

1,900

101%
:

'
2,600

27,100

39'%
*9 7a

'

.

47

•83%

;

10

■

:

105

•100

700

,4

"

102

89%

•85

84%

.

/ 39%

90

100

Jan

22%
105

t

100

27,800

54%.

66 %

91;

387b

92

*91

pfd

19% Jan

'

700

6,400

-

102

41%

2274

104'%

47 7 a

47«

46%

•

-240

16!«

*99

477b

—

20.700

4

47b

-

—

360

157b

•

102

93

.

21% Mar 20

i
'

100'%

:

'

6,000

2434

*53%

>100%

474

67

3,500

4074

-

24%

16 7

99

227i

47%

•

157a

467b

0,400

%

34 3

•40

■

i

90

'

7

♦34

47b

—

--

3,400

12%

i2ya

-

54

•100% 102

1574

47%

247a-

17%

;r_—100

1st series prior

47%

4074

.1.25

preferred class A

26% Jan 16

102

t

1

4774

-

247b
*53

52%

2,300

101

*89

Pittsburgh Plate Glass C04
PlttsDurgh Screw & Bolt.
Pittsburgh Steel Co common
5%%

53%

,

*51'%

<

*87%

Metallurgical Inc

5%

•40
-

50%

103

35

477b

4074 '♦

1ft V*

10274

91

'

17%

Pitts Ft Wayne & Chic Ry com.100
guaranteed preferred..
100

7%
Pitts

15

1

*

94%

127/

35

10,400

95'4

49'%
,

6,700

4'a
19

1007b; " *100%

•12%

1

27

4'/a

1874

,

53'%

10

Pittsburgh Forgings Co
'

15
51

No par
No par

common

preferred

$4.80 preferred <conv%
'

9474

100'%

•

247b

•62

55

61%

2

%

Pitts Coke & Chem Co

267b

4%
18%

100

6274

39'/4

*95%

52%

-

27%-

147V

89%

*85

84%

1,200

91

(

2,300
72,900
4,000

102

147 V-

1,600

1,500
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■27 b

35 7«

•1057b

39

21'

11

*100'%

106

;

2%

2234

94%

127b

91

'

.

""
:'" k

213a
21

3574

46

A

10,600

'

11:

1874

'

48

417a

120

;

22'%

4%
•

3474

104

14%
62%
537b

*83%'

■

36.200

10%

; *

12-

•*22%

38%

5

101

x66

2,100

.

'

95%>:

357u

10274

4%

41%..

14%

20,500.

;

22'%
;

99

38%

Phillips-Van Heu6en Corp com
1
5%
preferred
•
100
Flllsbury Mills Inc common
25
$4 preferred
I
No par
Piper Aircraft Corp.:
1

j

106

463«;;

95

,

4774
477b
102% 103%

157a

2274
92

115'a.,

37a

47

*100'%

677b

102

J4'/?
45

21'A.21%"/
*21
" 2.7 'A •,

.

14%
49'/4

■

105

*100%

106

85

*'

_

102

53%

1.100

—100

77 3 4

•51'%

53 la

467b

14%
--

777;:

15%

247b

102

38

1Q0

•

417b
*22%

4,100

•

37 %

53%

*40

-

4'%

62

3

3%%

41%

3,640
.360

.

•.

4%

94%

50%

3474

-

'

45

;

4%

t

7,200

3.700
r: 300

j

139

(i

37%' ,•'

27

47%

55

*99

138

;

..

:

;

3,700

,

.

26%

357b

102%

121/4 ;
'3474 ;

55

99

26 %.

130

.

107 b

100 %

,

55%

67%

*25%.

"

2274

4674

55 %

45%

|

♦51%

-

99

4 45%.

'

.

i

37

50

V

•

44%

■

147b

50

24%

preferred.

Corp

15

53%

40

66 %

2,100-

56%
453.!.

"77

,

"

947b

4%

100.

1,400

-

•

187a
52

56%

4%

*3

9374

40

.

107a

1297v

♦

..."

;

127b:•

15%

o

35'A

48 %

4%

_

21% ;;
217 b

2%

94

24%

15%

97b

4574'

4%

24%
102

7674

7874

1874

40%

4%

.

10

1^7's;

■

r

37'%

414

24

*15%

,

2,400
,'2,100

96%

457b•
94'%.

2

1874

*40

>100%

*5

*

47i%

98

•18'a
517v
;

v

f

4'A

,4574 «:•
95
/■

26%

47«

103%

12

47%

45%:
26

7,900

12%.

-

45'%

100

7,300

-

,

107a

<.

1,

26 I

^.•139 A 140

■*

*22%
-

100% 100 %

12%

34%

■/■

129%" 129'%

i

4%

21'A

46%

100%

56'%

1...

187a, '

'102 %

103 %

12

*51%

187b'
51%:

56

140

-

3074

-

9 7v-:
.

>:

i

517V

i.-

139

,

10%

*18%

-

-

1

27

10%

46%

1

2

Jun

50%

104

Philco

68% Feb
3
74
Feb 27

3

44% Oct

Jan

20% May 22

25

4

Jail

140

15

22%

-

134

94

<■■■

•95

9,600

28.000

69'%.

1 30%

.

190

•

44

9774

:

20

50,800
26,600

13

:

69%

:

97b ' i'
12%;--

1274

-.10

56% v

•

i

.4

t.

43

-

2,800

■

,

267b

4%
187,,
93 7h

105%

*

139^

26

•

•"

517-4 '7

217b

35%

*22%

preferred
4.68% preferred.

1

%
V

11

26%

96%

46

14/2

,

22 %

35%

104'A

4.30%

2

16% Mar 11

10-74
22 %

3.80%

May 23

93

24

14% Dec 30

98

10%
35%

31'A

c,

•

*94%

3%

22%

9774'

31

*9

12% ■1

1075 »

X36%

21%

3%

,

697S

*95

18%/;

;,457b

;/

21%

21%

100

3.90% series preferred

90

21%

3

100

4%

16

78 3A

No par
No par

Mar 12

May 14

37%

21

69%;
9774

a

;

400
'

102

*12%

42%;

5.900
-

117a

*100

13

.

A

'

11%

'•--

-»

471/2.

"

78%

21%

,

139

••

i

..100

com.

on

:

j'j

"

9%
-

•

:• 101

*12%

31% V

4%

367«

45%

101

<:'• :4034;

129% 129%

T

95J%

25

common

(

41% r,

96%

'45%

•'

80

%

,

,

13

55%

-

•

37

preferred.—.

Mar 18

10*

/ '

129%
.138

95%

I5

86:

42% Jbn

27

*25

129%

■

%

50

No par

89

6
21 % Apr 23

11% Oct 21

May

Apr

55% May 21
29

36% Feb 27
7% Jan
2
95% May 7
42% Jan
3

2

44% Jan

4

44

82% Dec

43

4

13% Jan

22

May la

i-

■

45'A
95%

14%

-

:

101

■r

' '.51%

46

51 %

45%

*51%

12.50

preference

28

*8%
12%

-56

4.40%

conv

27%

"10%
*18%

45%

33 %c

Phlla Electric Co
81

9%,*
(.
£
18 .7 * *

50%
551/2

46

—5

Phelps-Dodge Corp

27%

4%

93%

No par
100

Brewing Co

277a

307»

10%

■

'

!

537b"

♦95

-

4%

Petroleum Corp of America

5

67% Jan

21

Oct

May

12% Jan

Nov 13

35% Nov 13

88

3

31% Apr 22
18% Apr 15
68% Jan 16

22,

67% NOV 22
7

19

Jan

89

41% May 23
23
Apr 21
107% May 6
93% Feb
7

*18%

18%

1

common

83

53'a

40%

12%

'

133

4%

Pfizer (Chas) & Co Inc common
1
4% 2nd preferred (conv)
100

Mar 19

47% Mar 24

6

1
12

100

2

Feb

105% Apr
94% Feb

14

Nov 11

76% Nov 14

21% Oct

7

18%

18%

lq-

83

537b"

*121/4

(

'1434

26

100

preferred

Pfelffer

10J/4

35

1

Peoria & Eastern Ry Co.
Pet Milk Co

.12%
'

10%
22%

10

Pepsi-Cola Co

May 13
May 9

*87a.

12%

10

2

83

82

*

40

Pennsylvania RR
Peoples Drug Stores Inc
Peoples Gas Light & Coke

May 20

83
53%

..

53% •'54%.*
27%
27% '

V-

2%.

25

Corp

34%

96%

4%

*20%

No par

4%% preferred.
4.40%- series preferred.

35% May 13

2

Jan

Chemicals

34

117 b

31 >A

4%

78

1

Penna Glass Sand Corp
Penn Power & Light com

25
17

42% Feb

•

Pennsalt

7

34%

11%

3174

14%:

1

preferred

3374

34%

,'11%

101

%

36%

3.50

$1.60 convertible

12

41%

UV4. -.14%'

*94

..5
1

'•

12%

*95

140

21%

Ford

32

70

50%

-

No par

Penney (J C) Co
Pennroad Corp (The)

Apr 25

101% Apr
13% Jan

&

31%

82':

101

453;

1

Penn-Dixie Cement Corp
Penn-Texas Corp common

47 % May 23

28% Jan

26

Penick

317 b

97%

,56
-46%
*'
*24
•
26 %
129% 129%

_2.50

Transportation.

31%

69%

4%
.

No"par

Patlno Mines & Enterprises
Peabody Coal Co common
5% conv prior preferred

97

97%

45%

138

•

100

ZZ

18 to

70

55%

-

-

1

_•

*18%
*95%

9772

10%
-•

50%.

-

.

No par

•

preferred...

Parmelee

20

37

24% May 9
60% Aug
2
98% Mar 28

16 % Oct

45% Feb

Apr

2

11% Feb 28

49% Apr 24

11

13

95

25

357 b Dec
32% Dec

Jan

97% Jan

25

22% Jan

19

49

41% Jan

9

*18%

25

Parker Rust Proof Co

4% May 1
19% May
1
95% May 12
15% Feb
3
87
Jan 24

49% May 15

July 19
Jan

10% Feb

12—25

Paramount Pictures
Corp,
Parke Davis & Co

11% May 1
23% Jan 31
35% May 23

82 % Jan
13 % Apr

July 2
70% July 12

39 V:: Oct

9

3% Jan
13% Jan

16

4%

22% May 8
21% May 20
3% Jan 31

23% Jan

85% Mar 13

27

6

2

2

19% Jan
6
30% Jan 10

2

75

21

7% Jan

22% May 1
4'% Jan 24

2% Oct 21."

2

Jan

Common

Apr 15
38% Feb
7
81% May 6

'

69%

9%
'•'

*10%

Corp..

187b'

95'%

97%

*8 7 V

12%

1

Pan Amer World
Airways Inc..*..~l
Panhandle East Pipe Line—

98

19% Mar
15% Jan
2% Jan

__5

10

-

187a

951%

971/4

97

95

lNo~i>ar

47%

18%
31%

'

'

40%

41%"

23,500

957a

70

-

32

—

47% Apr 30

SO

May 17

'

69 %

95

Pacific Mills
.1—
ai
No par
Pacific Teiep &
Teleg common—100
6% preferred
„100
Pacific Tin Consolidated

May 15

143

27

22

Oct

May 21

2

13

12% Jan

18% Oct

21

48% May 14
27

13
"

41

Inc_15

,

Pacific Finance Corp.:..;—
Pacific Gas & Electric.^.
Pacific Lighting
Corp

57% Apr 21

•

95

30

■

May 23

Feb

42% Feb

17% Dec 27
24% Jim
3

.

Jan

Dec 17
84% July 23;
28- Oct 22 •

14% Dec

52

17

4

4

*12'%

317V

101

34 7e

18%

277a

103'.'

30

34%
47%

31%

54 %

*101

190

*94%

81%

32

1

"

27%

15

Amer Fisheries Inc
Pacific Cement &
Aggregates

.

96

160

101%

•

53

No par

;

Pacific

131

22

common

35%

-

104

•10O

34%

81

53%

•100

3,200

*102%

47%

11

'81

92

102'%
101%

35%

33%

'27%.

99'%

102%

47%

11%. '

'

55'%

92

347b

34%

28%

%

99%

47%

10%

52%

55

92%

347b

*94%

"11

"

557a
9974

♦92

47%
18%

33%

""

_iqq

.

Pacific Coast Co common!
5% preferred
•
'

18% Jan

40% Jan
2
20% Feb 21

137% Mar 12

v

;

11% Apr 22
13% Mar 24

.

22

.

iNopar

12% Jan 27

2

47% Jan

4% preferred
Oxford Paper Co
$5 preferred

101 J/a

34%

*80
-

30p

Overland Corp (The)
j
Corning Fiberglas Corp""
Owens-Illinois Glass Co com
i.6.25

9

*100%

31%

11

g.25
'

—__

102'A

31%

—

preferred—IlOO

;

18%

*102

33

Owens

May 12
96% May 5

17

Jan

Apr

Shares

99;A

92

31%
....

~1

Outboard Marine Corp

7

the Week

7

55%

100

92

102

.34%
40%
*18%

96

557b

100

102

-•

Corp—_5

:-i

convertible

Otis Elevator

70 % May 16

-May 22
18% Jan 17

40

Chemical

Outlet Co

34

9% Jan

13

33% Jan

112.% Oct 22
119% Oct

99;

2

7% Jan

13

40% Dec

«

33% Sep 25*
19% Nov 19

8

15

18%
*94%.

.7 59

55%

,

r

92

*100%

34%
46%

46%

_

7

10

8

4%%

-

55%
100

102

102%

34

20

!

99%
91%

♦100%

"lOo

;

Oliver Corp common

44% Mar 21

7

Feb

Jan

Mathieson

May 13

13% Jan

Jan

87

9

Olin

100%

"

10

com

55%

*99%

No par

preferred—..

Apr

i

25% Jan

2

Nov 19«

May

29

111

.

55 %

*92
;
92%
♦100%' 102

100

IHlOO

1

4.24% preferred.
Oklahoma Natural Gas

4

May 22

56

7

31

27

-17

„

83

17% Jan. 22

Nov 18'

Jan

3

Jan

94

15

•10

:33'4.

11% May 22

59
<

Mar 13

96 .".Man

8% Dec- 23'

2

2

82% Mar ,4
12% Apr
2
37% Feb 24

3

Jan

32% Apr 23

43% Feb

'

%

*

"1 np

Li

Oklahoma Gas & Elec Co
4%

55

iqo

preferred

®ki° Oil Co

95 % May 22

7

7

40% Jan 13

6

'Jan

104

28

12

4.44% preferred

47% May 20
18% May 19

Jan

preferred

4.56%

35 % May 21

6

20% Jan

11

Nov

66% July 25

Nov 13.

£5

•

3.90%

May 16

Friday
May 23

}

Ohio Edison Co common
4.40% preferred

17

66

16% July 15

-50% Oct. 21,

i

92

Jan

26% Jan
31% Apr
7% Jan

7

61% July 11
13 % Jan 11

90% May 31
49% Jun 19

73

102

8

17% Jan

97

30

103.

28% Jan 13
39% Jan
9

Jan

Apr 25

101% May 14
92% May 16

7

18

30

64-

Jan

Jan

56

9

44% Jun 14

19

Dec

98
96

29

44% Jan

16% Sep 26
81% July 24
22% Oct 22
7

1

Jan

103% Mar

21

37% Dec

14

89

S534 Nov 12
631.2 Nov 13
28% Dec 30
35

507% Jan
94% Jan
84% Jan

99% Mar 25

8312 Oct 24

Sales tor

•

Thursday
May 21

,

4774

49'%

.

507b
•80

52%

51%

52

•80%

85

81

9,200
400

11

43% Jan

15 % Dec

30

32% July 22

16% Jan

69% May 5
20% Jan 30

62%

24

23% Dec

Polaroid Corp
Poor & Co

61%

2

19% Jun

10

18%

18%

18

%

18'%

22% Jan

18%

18%

18'%

18%

18%

10

25% May 21

18%

2,400

Potomac Electric Power Co

10

25 %

25%

251/a

25!%

25%

257b

25%

257b

25%

25%

4,600

55

62

Procter & Gamble

61-

61%

60'%

61%

60%

60%

60 74

607b

60

46

47

451/2

46

45

45

45

45'%

46

467*

35 %

35%

35 %

35%

35%

367b

3574

36 7o

36

36%

29%

29'A

29%

31

2

44% Jun

2l

57

Jan

31

37% Oct

22

48

9

May 7
49% Feb 14

24

May 20
32% Feb
4

42% Jan

28% Jun

29% Jan

2

28

36% May 21

29

2

'

24% Jun
77

Sep

81

Nov

81% Oct

.

2

Public Serv Elec & Gas com

27

7

93

Feb

18

4.08%

Mar 13

preferred

89% Jan

10

95

Apr

18

4.18%

Feb

preferred

91% Feb 26

98

Apr 23

4.30%

preferred

105% May 19

May 9
79% Mar 19
24% Feb
4

4

23% Feb
;

72

22

31

Aug

5

30% May 22
66% Apr 24
48% Jun
7

•29% Nov 14

2

$1.40

37'

*

Jan

2

107% Apr 22
41% Apr 16

75*

4

9% May 15

1

Oct

1

40

-

26

42% Dec

Feb

30% May

Jan

10

80% Mar 13

23

Mar

6

24% Jan

21% Mar 11

10
No par

10

div

5.05'/

Public

preference

preferred

Serv

Co

of

31/2%
4.32%

preferred

No par
100
...

(.

Feb

25

34% Apr 28

Pure

37% Feb

11

43% May

Quaker Oats Co (They/common

136;

Jan

9

24

Jan

2

29

May

2

$4.75

•90

97

105%

*105'%

106%

407b

40%

*78

*23 %

24

*23%
*23

40 TV

79

*23%

24

7%

106%

4074
•78

24

24

92'%
•9674

61

61%

60%

6,800
1,700
-

26,700
2,200

29%

92

29%

90%

297b

91%

80

92%

420

97

100

92%

92%
97

•96'a

~

106%

79

*23

7%.

297b

92%

•96%

25
5

90

•92

96

25
com..

90

90

60%

29%

92%

41

:

29%

96

80

52

8

29'A

92%

40%

preferred.

Publicker Industries Inc

•89

•

63 %

92%

*78 %

7

Jan

-

105%

90

100

2

2

59%

96

No par

Jan

Jan

96

....100

—

Indiana

Jan

5%
67%
28%
43%

*89

*91%

100
100

preferred

4.16%

•

com

23% Feb
4
8% Apr 21
74
Apr 25
30% Apr 21

•

-

64%

*

92

4% Oct 22
20

1

Public Service Co of Colorado

95

92

11

Mar

4

12

22

64

Feb

23

11

33% Oct

'20% Sep
19% Sep

31

26% Jan
85% Jan

65

Oct

Dec

62

1

10674
4074

10674

10674

24

*78

41 %

•78

7874

23 %

23

•23%

23 7a .!

23

'

106 3 4

40Tb

41%

'

24

100

*

-

77V

77b

23

'

23

8

8

,'

8

**2274

8'a

.

8

190

11,100

79
-

2374
8'b

300

11,600

*

preferred

No par

72%

72 %

•72%

73%

*72 7b

73%

72%

72 "a

29%

29%

29%

29%

29%

29%

297-t

29%

297 b

29%

No par

...

50%

50%

50%

5074

507«

51

517«

51%

52

5

33%

33%

33%

50%
34',4

3374

347b

34%

347b

347b

34%

Puget Sound Power & Light Co..10
Pullman
Oil

Inc

(The)

71%.
.

72%

110

6,500
5,100

.-

18,500

Q
^ -8 Jan

2

123% Aug 13
•3% Oct 22

3912 Sep. 13
138% Dec
"

Fee- footnotes-

30

29Ta Jan"
see




page

7

2C.

2

146% Apr 23
28% May 12

5

41%

415b

4134

417n

100

141'v

141%

141'%

141%

Quaker State Oil Refining Ccnrp—1Q

27%

2774

*27%

6%

preferred

28

41 %*

141%

*2774

4174

40 74

141'%

♦141%

277b

277a

417 b

41'a

*141%

143

28;

.

277a

1,900

41%

143

«277b

,

*

40

900

2?

/

24

Chronicle

The Commercial and Financial

.

.

Monday, May 26, 1958

.

(2352)

STOCK EXCHANGE STOCK RECORD

NEW YORK

Highest

Lowest

24

69% Jan

6

6
7
11

16% Apr

10

45 % Apr

8

Mar 22

213/4 Aug

Feb 11

59% Jun

14

Dec

343/8 Jan

14% Jan

28

19 % May 19

34% Jan

4

Jan

10

32

Apr

2

2

26

Apr

24

39

30% Nov 18
25
Dec 20

Jan

36

Oct 29

41 % Apr

31% Jan

12

31

123% Jan

Raybestos-Manhattan

35

6% Dec

6%

375 Dec 31
3074 Dec

30

Dec

18

10% Jan

7% Oct 22

12
62 Va July 22

4

20% Dec 23
23

Dec

29% Mar

26% Aug 19
22'/a Dec 24
Oct

285

19% Oct 22
20% Dec 31

2

35% May

Ritter Company

Jan

2

5

Roan

May
Jan

6
2

5%%

37 % Jan

40% May 16
35
Nov 25

16

153/s Jun

Apr

80 % Jan

4%

*33

2774

*2674

27

*32

37

10,200
1,300
1,700
7,000

19

1874

1874

18%

18%

674

'874

674

77a

774

774

300

6

5%

5%

574

*574

137a

137a

1374

137 a

*1374

3274

3274

3274

3274

33%

2174

21%

*2174

2174

6074

*58

6074

25

2574

327a

32%

32%

22

32%

4

37

*32

37

-

574

13
"

20%

13%

574

5%
13

22

2174

Rome

574

5

Feb

21

10 % Mar

14

19

5%

1374"

1,200

■

1,500

"

24

22', j,

22%

2374

30%

31

31%

15

14%

15 Va

38 %

45%

45%

76 Va

2%

V

15

1.5,000

39!'a

45%

*45

45 3 4

1,000

74%

35,700

*45

457 a

76 Va

76%

72%

7174

28%

28 74

2874

3374

34%

3474

3474

3374
474

474

474

474

23 V4

2374

2374

2374

237.

30%

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30 14

Va

*28

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2774

:

1

1,800

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,! 5,600
5,300

74

4

2,500

24 3 a

200

30

30

36

35 %

35%

357a

3G 7-4

36 74

3674

3;200

36

25%

■

2574

257a

257a

2574

2674

257'.

26

4,800

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370%

376%

37574

369

371%

37174

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06

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29

371

96

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.

28%

29

28%

29%

18%

18%

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1874

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8%

8%

Va

187a

874
157a

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15%

15%

15'%

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43 %

43%

43%

447a

44 %

447 a'

17%

18

17%

18

3374

3374

34

3474

18 Va

33%

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9

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9

1874

19 74

700

1,900

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8

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8,200

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8

8

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96

29 74

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8

950

376 74

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%

29 Va

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8.100

7274'.

2774

33%
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30%

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7174

72

474

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23 %

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%

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33

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3374

43/a

372%

8

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6,800
12,600

117.

27 '

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11%

2

2 Va

,

400

101

11%

1174

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86%

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101

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101

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39

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70

30

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87%

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31

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75% /:76

99

4574

38%

,39

38%

101

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46 74

574

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30%

5,100

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574
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44%.

1,300
11,800

: 1074

4 5%

10%
23%

67

5

Ruppert (Jacob)

5%
10%

437a .447a

26%

1

(The)

Ruberoid Co

37% Feb 19

43:%

11%

1
20 G
1

(Geo D) Corp
Dutch Petroleum Co
Royal McBee Corp

Royal

25

247a

25%

'

25

247a

57a

:■'*

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6074

10%

5%
10%

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1
5
1

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6074

247u

24'%

101

5

Corp

Cable

60%

*89%

20

Ronson Corp

V

7 *58

-

100

preferred series A

22

75%

Corp—No par

Rohr Aircraft Corp

7
15
10% Jan 24
16% Jan 10
46% May 1

13
7
2

Jan

8

11

33%

27

1874:

8%

45%

25

convertible preferred

Rohm & Haas Co common

21% Jan

7% Apr 17
12% Jan
2

60% Jun 10

3374

27%

*32

18%

8

8 Va

37%

—5

Rockwell-Standard Corp

9
28

29% May

30

20

34

14%

Antelope Copper Mines

Rochester Gas & Elec

8
27% Jan 27

30

19

2074

30%

Robertshaw-Fulton Controls com—1

31% Mar 21

400

26
24

4

36% May

2
2

Feb

73/4 Oct

series
series
Rheem Manufacturing Co
Rhodesian Selection Trust

26% Mar 20

2

2

.—.—

Preferred 3.60%

Preferred 4.50%

Mar 21

5

17% Apr

2

2674

20

22%

5
1
2.50

.

2

17% Dec
28

10

10

22 % Jan

13% Jan

2674

37 -

18%

18%

43%

10

Corp

Corp

July 24

22% Aug 22

15

267a

*32

37

5%

Corp

22% Jan

21

2074
33 7a

*10%

Oil

28% May 13

23

2074

24%

1
50c

Riegel Paper

Jan

,726%

*58

Richfield

90

26%

2674

26%

32%

1
50
(R J) Tobacco class B—10

Common

2% Mar 21

Apr

157'a

74

*21 %

283/4 May 22

96

32

Co

72% May 22

312

15 74
26

13

10
5

19 % Jan

5

15 7a

2674

*4%

10

preference

Feb 28

28 % Jan

Jun

37% Dec

7

13% Feb

1% Jan

8

15

18%

22% Jan

Dec

8%
11

6

96
May 29
33% May 21

4

Nov

81%

May

78

10% Jan

31% July 24

423% May

21

477a

15 Va

*32

5
preferred 3%% series—100

Reynolds

83% Feb

22% Jan

49 %

19%

Reynolds Metals Co common
43/4% preferred series A

Mar 24

102% May 12

4

*4874

15 Va

26%

——10
—100
100
1
5s
No par

27% May 6
7J/a Apr
8
36% July 19
44% July 17

2
21

49 %

15

(Robt) & Co—

Inc

6
10

4

49 %

15%

8

Rexall Drug Co—

9431/4 Jan

333/4 Jan

18% Dec 23

50

15

50c

Copper & Brass

45

55

17 %

27Vt

Revere

45% May 19

4
1

17 Va

27

Revlon

99

18

800

12,600
21,700
7,400

17%

/.267a

30

87% May 22

% Apr
Aug

487a

47%

17%

27

33% Mar 20
16% May 7

29% Jan

83% Feb

21% Jan

2,100

477a

17%

27

Republic Steel

78% Jan

3

28

4

11% Feb

22
Mar 4

80

Oct

46% May 22

10

63% Jan

1,200

177-4

50

noncum

Republic Aviation Corp
Republic Pictures common
$1 convertible preferred

20

7% Feb

73% Sep 19

30

193/4 Jan

„

82 y4 Jan

1% Oct 21
66% Dec

7

May

GO

32% Jan

5

66 y4 Dec

6

24
87 y4 Jun 24
10
Dec 23
72 y4 Jun

75

17%

*3374

Conv

2

41% Jan

74%

177a

17%

Reliance Mfg Co common

% Jan

8

4

347a

75

1774

'

10

25% Jan

3374

75

34

Reliance Elec & Eng

May 20

22

22% May 12

16
46 % Mar 29

39 »A Nov

5

25% May 12

373/4 Apr

65 74 May

82% Dec 30

68 Vu Jun

9% Jan

2

6

Feb

8

Jan

33%

74%

20

Reliable Stores Corp

2
7
2

16 % Jan

July 19
July 11

39
40-

Mar 12

21

5

593/4 Jan

18

21% Dec

37

54

6
1374 Apr 25
8y4 May

3374

337 a

-

74 Va

19 %

$1.25 div prior

14% Feb
35

25
9

Jan

1
10

32% Jan

Oct 22

9

Feb

Jan

20% Feb

Mar 29

62

6

4% Dec

31

7
13

12% May

33

75

34

Reis

8
July 31

33 Va

74%

34

Reeves Bros Inc—

6% Jan 28

2

3% Jan

153/4 July

20% Dec 24
62
Dec 10
13
Oct 10

"7

37,200

327i

74%

1st preferred
50
4 'jo noncum 2nd preferred
50
Real Silk Hosiery Mills
5
.No par
Reed Roller Bit Co

8% May 21

Jan

6

8

Feb 28

45

10
10

1374 Dec

22% Feb

17% Jan

Shares

May 23

3375

20

4%

the Week

Friday

Thursday
May 22

32%

♦33

Reading Co common

Sales for

PRICES

74

1
5
.—50

Rayonier Inc—
Raytheon Mfg Co

343/4 Jan 24
30
Mar 7

12

16% Dec 30

Ranco

52% Mar

13

21% Feb

233/4 Aug 13

11

Inc

19% Jan

May 20

May 19

Par

com—No par
No par
5
No par

of America

1st preferred

$3.50

21
3
17 % Mar 12
27% May 5
25% Jan 20

17

23

Radio Corp

14

Jan

78

16% Mar 18

Jan

35

75% May 12

48 >/4

22% Dec

2

30% Jan

May 13

40

Oct 22
64 % Jun 24

27

Highest

Lowest

HIGH SALE

Wednesday
May 21

Tuesday

Monday

YORK STOCK
EXCHANGE

NEW

1

Range Since Jan.

Year 1957

AND

LOW

STOCKS

Previous

Baare Tor

1574

*1574

200

P.'4474

4574

44

44%

97,500

1774

18 V

17 74

17%

8,000

/347a

35'%

3474

34'/a

87a

8%

9

*87u.

9

6,300
.

"

200

'

93

176

23% Nov 20

July

137

Feb

2
14

22

Dec

30

78

preferred —
4.30% conv preferred
St Joseph Lead Co
St Joseph Light & PowerSt L San Fran Ry Co com—No par
Preferred series A 5%
100
St Louis Southwestern Ry Co—100
5% noncum preferred
100
St Regis Paper Co common
5
1st pfd 4.40% series A
100
San Diego Gas & Electric Co
10
Sangamo Electric Co
10
Savage Arms Corp
5
Schenley Industries Inc
1.40

22

Feb

4

2

27

24

Jan

2

28% May 20

10% Jan

2

7
20

53

Apr

Oct

235

Jan

304

5

61% Apr 28

Feb

261

3

333% May
96

90

2

9
Apr 15

24

2
Jan 20

26% Jan

Feb

96

30

13% Feb

Jan

48 y4 Jan

23% Oct 22

4%

201 % Apr

22% Jan

2

205

May 23
Oct

933/4 May 12

74 y4 Feb

13

85

2
24

6

26% Jan

9

Feb

190

Safeway Stores common

46'/a Mar

10

50 y4 Dec

235

31% Apr 28

25 y2 Dec

213/4 Oct 24
10 ya Dec

July 17

10

84a/4 Jan
161
Jan

4
Mar 22

Mar

7

17 74 Oct

11

23% Jan 29

£0% Jan

29% Oct

22

393/4 May

26% May 22

343/4 Feb

3

113/4 Dec

24

10% Apr

14% Jan

3

16% Oct

2
173/a July
1
23% Jun 13

22

37% Nov 27
36
Nov 15

31V* Oct 21
29

Sep 25

11

Dec

62

Nov

17
18% Feb 12
32% Jan 13

Schick Inc

7

Scott Paper Co common

17

84% May

2

7

94

Jan

8

99% Jan 24

33y2Jan

2

19

May

5

28

Feb

3

1

773/4 Jan
21% Apr

9

85% Apr

10

Mar

8% Apr

7

85

Oct 22

102

Mar

21

Dec

19

75

Jan

7

May

Mfg Co common
preferred
Seaboard Air Line RR Co3.65%

Dec

23

36

Jan

4

15 y4 Oct

23

18

Dec

13

17 % Jan

7
10

25% May 22
20% Mar 14

82

Sep

19

52 % Feb

12

67% May

1

Seaboard Oil Co

16% Jan

24

8% Jan

2

113/4 Feb

4

Seagrave

19

8y4 Dec

8 '/a Oct

22

274 Aug

Jan

25

Jan

393/i May

9

3

10% May

123/4 Jan

22

9

4 % Mar

5yaJuly

12

423/4 Jan

22

90

8% Jan

263/4 Jan

25

13 % Jan

23

28

Nov 19

33

Oct

1

26% Feb

25

34

Apr

25

Dec

23

58% Jan

2

25% Apr

11

31

Jan

9

Sharon Steel

7% Mar 12

10% Sep

9

8% Jan

13

93/4 Jan

3

Shattuck

Feb 12

77% May

9

10

17% Feb 24

21% May

30
17% Jan 25

13 % May 20

16% Jan

Nov 13

93

58

May 21

G)

23

<9% Oct

29% Jun
213/4 Apr

19

13% Dec

22

10

Jan

17

32 % Apr

49% Jan

17

49

17

89

York

shares

16% Jan

Siegler

41

Mfg

Corp
Signode Steel Strapping Co

16

25% May 22

22

Simmons

Mar 21

Simmonds Saw & Steel

8

50% Jan

2

61

45% Dec 23

68% Jun

6

46% Mar

3

56% May

49

Nov

14

80% May 27

Feb

25

59% Mar 25

Skelly

28

Dec

30

7

31% May 23

Smith

21

3675 Sep 23
23% Oct
2

25% Apr

14% Oct

2

19% Feb

12

20% Jan

11

14% Jan

2

22

70% Dec

6

58% Jan

10

17% May 23
75 % May 23

Smith-Douglass Co Inc
Smith Kline & French Labs

521% Apr 25

Socony Mobil Oil Co Inc
Solar Aircraft Co

14

Nov

63% Oct

48

15% Jan

Apr

25

Sinclair Oil Corp

8

45'/a Dec

23

653/a July 15

44% Jan

13

1534 Sep

25

21% Jan

18

15% Apr

3

6% Oct

22

10%Jun

6

6% Jan

2

2074 Jan

2

27

May 20

13

47% Jan

14

52

May

18% Jan
43

Nov

2
14

23% May

51% Feb

18% Jan

2

24% Oct

21

11

25% Jan

7

30

Sep

23

35% Jan 25

32% Jan

13

44% Sep

10

513/4 Jun

13

49% Jan

2

39% Jan

24

9% May 20
9

283/4 Mar 11
3534 May

571/4 Apr

8

16

29% May 23

20% Jan

2

25% Dec 20

24% Jan

13

25% Oct

22

32

28% Jan

2

32"% Apr

29% Dec

23

49% July 17
46% Jan 10

33

2

40% May

2

44% May 20

45% Jan

30

10

39% May -9

33

Nov 26

28% Dec

11

May 27

16'/a Nov 27

19% Feb

76% Oct

81

26

4

Jan

8
4

Jan

84% Jan
Jan

16% Jan

2

23

78

36% May

22

34% Dec 31

82

Jan

10

31

18% Jan

10

12

31

6% Jan

7

40

Jan

Jan

3

45% Apr 25
79% Nov 13
11% Dec

30

17% Dec

30

82% Nov

4

8% Dec
60

Nov

19% Dec
For

11
11

24

footnotes

65

Jan

61

July

6
20

Apr

2% Dec

28

5

Feb

76

12% Dec

29

173/4 Feb

17

Oil Co

:
(AO) Corp—

Smith-Corona

3

9

14% May 22

i

preferred

Apr

22

15

Jan

24

Spencer Kellogg & Sons

26% July 15
98% Jan 15

17% Apr

17

20% Jan

16

85% Jan

2

Sperry Rand Corp
$4.50 preferred

12% Apr 11
72% Jan
7

353/4 Jun 11
see

page 26-




9% Jan

2

15% May 21

62% Jan

8

73

21 % Jan

6

May

9

24% Mar 11

common

Spiegel Inc common
$4.50 preferred
Square D Co

2274

22%

2274

2674

2274
2674

22%

26%

2674

267a

2774

10 %

10%

10%

1074

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21%

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5

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58

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5874

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pfd
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Spencer Chemical Co common
6

7

2274

26%

10%

*9

Spear & Co $5.50

92

2,000

2274

267a

27%

22

2

\

2274

33%

Apr

7

I

120

11%

90

Jan

16,000

94

88

5
Elec_No par
Southern Natural Gas Co
7.50
Southern Pacific Co (Del)—No par
Southern Railway common
No par
5% non-cum preferred
20
Mobile & Ohio stock tr ctfs
100
Southwestern Public Service Co—1

12% Jan

33

93%

10%

7%

Co (The)—

Spalding (A G) & Bros Inc

t

3274

27

21%

r

\

*210

'

f

95

*9374

95

•

33 7-4

22%

29

31

May

*93%

95

*10%

Jan

95

*93 %

95

■

245

*238

"

3274

3374

59 la

245

*238

245

*210

30%

Southern Indiana Gas &

4.20%

33%

3274

33%

.

32%

";
1

61

*3.-* 7a

*210

*210

1074

Sparton Corp

6

*238

*238

;.

64%

18

59% Mar

245

59
245 '

19%

Apr

22

591a

24

4

88

59

20

3

49% Apr

*57%

59

59

200

*80%

8

9

10,400

63

Jan

8

2,400

1374

*96%

5

Inc_

14

94% Jan
19% Jan

2874

12%

*81

2% Jan
47

2814

9%

1
South Amer Gold & Platinum
1
South Carolina E&GCo com—4.50
5%
preferred
50
South Porto Rico Sugar common—5
8%
preferred-.
25
Southern California Edison
25
Southern

rA

1374

*35%

No par
No par
5

Co

Jan

Dec

28

36'%

ordinary

Corp
Sheraton Corp of America

Apr 17
33% Jan
2

H

30

Sheller

121/4 Mar 27

2

13V4 Mar 27
19% Dec
33% Dec

New

1
30

2574

2874
1274

21%

/ '

Shell Transp & Tr—

18% Dec

2614

13%

1

Shell Oil Co

64

2574

287a

127u

No par
No par
7.50

Corp—i

(Frank

26

2874

13

33%

Shamrock Oil & Gas

25

2574

2874

12 Va

26 %

1
No par
2.50

Shahmoon Industries Inc

2574

28 %

22%

1

$4.50 preferred

Apr

10

67% Jan

76% July 15
2

7

8% Oct

T

*X25%

*10

3

)

■

11,100

13

*93'%

5
5

Servel Inc common

8% May 21

210

*195

205

*195

205

*195

205

80

'

28%

33

Seiberling Rubber Co

32'A May 23

153/4 Jan

24y8 Oct 22

24

30,600

921a

25%

*58

Corp
Sealright-Oswego Falls Corp
Sears Roebuck & Co

29% May 22
29% Jan
7

223/4 Nov 19

927a

26

*210

—20
—1
1

Seaboard Finance Co.

533/4 Nov 13

20

9274

*195

205

*238

25
-.100

Scovill

3074

9274

*

No par

14% Jan 23
65 % May

Jan

86

3074

9274

12%

$4 preferred

17
12

78

83

4

307a

*92 %

28

$3.40 preferred

2

30%

92%/

24%

1—1
30
1
No par
No par

Schering Corp common
5%
convertible preferred

44% Mar 20
353/4 May

20

55% Feb

22 75 May 29
64% Jun 14

30

21

71% Ot

Feb

34

23% Mar 24

x30 Va

92%

92%

*92%
*195

3074

3074

30%

30%

30%

1.66%
100
100
10
No par

24% Jan

263/8 Dec

73

22%

90

14,000

I

iVolume

187

Number

5745

.

.

The Commercial and Financial

.

Chronicle

(2353)

25

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
STOCK RECORD
Range for Previous

STOCKS

Year 1957

Lowest

37% Jan
71

Range Since Jan. 1

Highest
2

Oct

42% May 9
82 74 Feb 13

23

5% Nov

4

2% Oct

12

35% Dec

9% Jan

22

4374 Feb

23

85% May

3

Jan

3

43% Feb

25

42% Feb

24

8

88% Jan

6

13

10% Jan

Mar

36% Dec

31

45% Feb

5

13% Jan 24

Feb

59

Apr 23

10% Jan

35% July 15
23% July 15
41% Apr 23

15

29% Jarr 14
17% Jan
2
29

18% May 15

31

15% Nov

7

19% May 21
18% Mar 5

15% Jan

May

10% Jan

21

15% Dec

11

8% Apr 11
57% July 23
7
18% Nov

Stevens

37 % Jan

46 % Apr

Stix

15
25
29

20

25% May 23

Jan

.2% Jan

39%

2

Feb

15% Jan

Stone

2

722

25

27

16% Jan

17

9

Apr

1

Apr
U% Jan

Sundstrand

Dec

27

26

93

14

79

Jan

16

83% Apr

30

59

Apr 24

Jan

2

67%

Nov 26

82

20

Dec

20% July 26
28% Oct 22

29% May 16
24% Apr 11
38% Jan 18

22% Jan

25 % Apr

34% Apr

25

74

72

87% May 21

Jun

3

Mar 20

8
July 15

27% Nov 13

43% Jun

19% Dec 27
26% Nov 13

27% Jan 29

29% Dec

20% Jan

15% Aug

2,000

17

42% Jan

10

25% May

10

Jan

13

6% Jan;
1360

69

2

7

Feb,25

1680

Sutherland

2
2

46% Jan

9 >

31% Jan

31

89

8

35% Apr 17
4
37% Feb

72% Jan * 2

18% Feb

6

9

3 % Dec

30

8% Oct

21

20% May 17
8% Jan 11
18% Jan 31

18

60% Jan

34

Dec

11

li

76% Jun

31

49% May

14% Dec

2

18% Jan

3

24% Apr

8

9% Jan

2

35% Jan

2

55% Feb

24

9
10

22% Jan

13

30

33

Jan

12

31% Jun 19

26% Jan

2

22

40% Jun

24% Feb 25

5% Oct

22

10

Oct

160

9

Jan

49 %

14

4

May

15% Oct

11

21

26

47% Jan

28
27

42«% Oct

Jan

Aug

2

53

2

98% Jan

_

Apr

J2

2

125

2

42% Jan

6

50

Apr

2

41% Feb

25

16% May 21'
55% Jan
9

42% May 27

20

26

30% May
<

53% Jun

13

85

31

Mar 13

Jan

90

2

Jan

May 20

23% Feb

4

25% Apr

18

Jan

2

15% Dec 23

19% Nov 21

37% May 14

16% Jan

2

21

Jan

30

22

13% Mar 20

12% Jan

7

Oct

21

14% Apr

18

42

28% Oct

22

56% July 22
41% Apr 24

23%

Dec~30

9% Oct
26

50

14

Jan

15

31 % Jan

2

9

21% May 15
23% Jan 21

4

July

10

20% Jan

21

Oct

48% Jun

34% July 16

% Jan
27% Jan

24

57

53

Jan

53% May
40% Apr
25% Apr

29

37

34% May

2

58

16% Dec

30

2

16% Jan

30

61

Jan

9

43% Feb

37% Jun

20

23 % Feb

20

43

Oct

22

50% Sep

20

30% Jun

19

17

32% Dec

27

2% Oct

17

45

6

Apr

7
21% Mav 23

10

30

9% Dec

3

16

2

Jan

41% Oct

19% Dec

25

Feb

13% Jan

2

21% Dec

31% Jan

7

25

2

47% May 15
26% Mar 25

Jan

3

48

6

21% Jan

2

Jan

14

10% Jan

8

30% May 20
13% Mar 10

Jan

2

32 % Jan

6

17

10% Jan

10

12% NOV 14

30% Jan

18

3% Jan
13% Jan

13

50

10% Dec

30

16% Apr

29

12% Dec

24

33% Jun

26

18

8% Apr 11
37% July 22
124% July 10

5% Jan
2
30% Mar 25
83% Apr 17

26 % Oct
90

Nov

22
14

24% Oct 22

29% Mar 19

86% Nov 15
75

Dec

68

100% Jan

27% Jan
96% Jan

Jan

12% Feb
22

10

21

1974

974
*

10

8574

*84

,

*8374

6374

6374

24%

2474

24

-10c

774
-

1540

3474

2474

87

87

87%
1530

1540

34 74

3474

34

22

22

4

Udylite

8

13,100

100

3374

33%

34%

3574

3574

3674

11,900
6,400

8374

*8174

83

190

8%

9

7,500

3374
3574

8174

81

81

82

22%

23%

290

22%

33%

9

1550

*2174

3574

874

774
1540

800

8%

874

8%

*2374

2374

2374

2,200

"

9

4774

5

28

28

647#

65

2674

2774

674

674

674

674

2374
6%

23 74

6V4

1374

74

1474
4774

1474

1,700
1,200

1474

14%

1474

1474

14%

21,500

47%

48

48

4874

48 %

48%

28

28

2874

28

2874

28

2374

6574

30,100

6574

66

6574

66%

6574

6674

27

31,100

27%

27

2774
19%

2774

2874

20,600

1974

2074

49,600

3674

3574

3674

3574

3474

35

6%

74

47

X2774
6474

2674

27 74

19

1974

1974

1074

X1974

1974

1974

3574

3574

35%

3574

36%

10

33

33%

33

36%
3374

3374

34

3574
3374

1

10

10

10

10

T02

107

*102

107

2374

6%

6

3,300

5,500
18,600

"

1074

1074

10%

10274

102'%

*10374

49%

50%

4874

4974

48 %

4974

48

48%

1074

4774

4874

1074

16,900

1074

1074

1074

11

1074

11

11

1174

17

lb '/a

16,500

17 %

17

7#

1774

1774

1774

*1774

2974

17%

900

2874

2874

2974

29

2974

2974

29%

20,400

69

68

6974

69:

70

69 7 4

70%

4,670

1,400

*16

2874
68 74

70

28%
6774

*10%

11

4074

11

50

*4374

46

46

46

*15

1074

10%

1074

107

1074

1C4

104

10,200
200

1074

1074

1074

10%

1074

46 74

*4574

4674

*4574

46 74

90

1674

*45 7a

1674

1674

1674

1674

1,100

'

5

common

100

44%
*89

1574
4474

1574

4474

15%

2074

457V

9174

90

90

21

2074

2174

2174

10

22

25

1574
4474

4574

*90

44%
*90

9174
22%

2174
*2174

4574

9174

45%
*90

.

46%
92

2174

2174

22

22 74

22

22

2274

2174

2174

11,700
80

9,300

1,300
10,200

24

24

2374

2474

2374

23%

2374

24

3574
18%

36 74

3574

36

35 74

3574

3574

3574

1

1874

1874

1874

1874

1874

1874

1874

18%

—5

2,000

1374

14

1374

14

137a

.14

1874
1374

14

13%

1374

2,700

2

5074

50%

5074

5074

5174

5174

5174

11,700

No par

*4974

5074

50

2374
.

24%

3574

36

8,900

No par

Inc

_5

i

1

39

39%

3974

40

3974

4074

4074

40 74

40,000

2174

22

2274

2274

2274

23

2274

2274

30,200

2474

25

25

25

25

2574

2674

27

30

1174

1274

11%

12

74

*11%

33

3374

33%

3374

3374

5674

5674

1

1974

1974

*4674

1

24%

24%

50

common

50

prior preferred
Co

3974
2274

34%

50

(conv)

Co

39

21%

2
—

50

52

5674

5674

1974

1974

*4674
2474

52

2474

(The)

5674

1974
24%

29%

2974

3074

2874

1274

12%

1274

1274

12

12 74

*3.6

40

*774

*36

47

40

774

774

18

18 74

18 %

18%

2074

29

57

56%
2074

56 74

600

2174

6,200

52

*4674

2474
4674

*4674

2974

2974

3074

76,800

12%

12%

12%

2,600

24%

52

2474
47

4,300
100

40

12%
*35%

8

*36

8

5,900

19,300

*4674

47

*4674

1274
3474

2474

3074

*46%

12%
3374

1974

2474

46

1274

34%

*4674

52

46

3,200

11%

3374
*56%

1974

*46 74

28%

1

1

-

(The)

12

33%
5674

*7%

7%

774

1874

1874

1874

1874

12,000

774
18%

1874

39

*36

40
8

4,300

1

1074

10%

1074

1074

1074

1074

1074

10%

3,000

1974

1974

1974

1974

18-74

1974

10%
18%

1074

Corp
No par
Asbestps & Rubber Co
5
Bag-Camp Paper Corp
6%

1874

1874

19

6,800

774

774

774

774

3374

34

3374

'3474

3474

3474

3474

34%

3474

35

Union

Carbide

Corp

8474

8574

3574

8674

8574

8674

8574

83

8674

8774

38,000

Union

Elec

common

10

29

29

29

29%

29%

29%
10074

2974

2974

29 74

29%

26,800

100

8774

*85

7

Underwood
Union

7

Union

Jan

8

30

Apr 24

102% Feb

3,300

2274

3574

15

Airlines

Corp

86

*2174

100

common

Corp

8574

8

3474

3374

47

50c

1,900

8774

22,500

3474

3574

14

No par

3474

3,800

3474

33%

24 Vt

24%

34-74

1540

35%

874

'

2474

2474

65

74

3374

87#

6474
2474

774

1525

3474
23

4,100

86

24%

8674

874

1520

*84

34%

*3474

8674

1074

4,600

25

2474
*2474

3474

8074

6%

No par

pfd series of 1957

Coach
Oil

2474

2474
3474

3574

1374

common

Electric

conv

Twin
TXL

6474

2474

1510

2,200

10

86

3474

34

4,400

1974

*

65

S3

35 %

24

*84

6474

774

45 74

1074

2474

774

83,800

45 74

1974

10

2474

774

574

*1974

4574

1974

86

64

7,400

574

574

45 74

1074

34%

*22

3374

64

457 V
I 19%

2474

'

23

.

74

774

1500

1

33 %

1974

1014

8574

86

No par
1

1974

974

3474

9

4574

1974

10

83 %

62%

1

—_25

45

257a

10

,

Co

Preferred

No par

7

7

*7

774

7 '
J

774

3,000
8,900

$4.50 series

No par

10074

29

Preferred $3.70 series

No par

*85

Preferred $3.50 series
Preferred $4 series

No par

78

No par
25

*90

4674

48

47%

47%

47 74

48%

4874

49%

49

5074

35,100

10

29

29%

29 74 7 2974

29%

2974

29%

2974

29%

2974

23,700

12,000

9% Mar

22

8

8

26% Jan

Apr

Apr

2

Apr 25
50% May 23
30% May 3
9

Jan

Union

Oil

Union

Pacific RR Co

27

4%

2

24% Feb

6

2

28% Feb

17

Dec

19

64

14

152

May

5

Jan

14

111

Jan

31

128

Oct

10

115

Jan

May

8

2

91

JaD

101

Dec

2

17

15 % Jan

2

25% July 22

25% Oct 22

31% Dec

52% Jan

2

31

29% May 14

15

93

Jan

3

27% May 16
71% Jun 13

Aug 22

19

Jan

10

45

Jar

2

100

18% Dec 30
Nov 26

22

Apr

46% May 8
7% May 20

36

6% Jan

8

35% Jan

28

22% Jan

2

11

11% Jan

9

34"% Jan

22% Dec

4

11% Dec

24

10% Jan

33% Dec 30

47% Jan

17

11

38% May
8
38% Feb 19

33% Oct 23
Oct

23

6% Jan

11

10% Dec

30

15% Jan

9

31
23

3

May 21

United

37

15

United

100% Mar 12
26% May 1
54
May 20

United

41

Feb

7

Gas
Gas

9

May 15

2

1374 Apr 24

United

Jan

3

1% Mar 13

United

2

43% Mar 28

United

3

6%

18

34% Jan

76% July 11

22

33% Apr 29

37% May 20
48% JaD
8

80

90

31

39% Jun

20% Oct 22

5

2

Jan

2

4

65% Jan

14

12

159% Apr

3

69% Dec

8

165

-




Dec

Mar 27

26% Jan

34% July 16

18

tge

26.

21%

30%

3074

30%

3074

3074

3.074

3074

1,200

2074

2074

20

20

20

2074

20%

2074

20

r.074

2,400

5

Jan

U S

31

May 22
24% Jan 16

79
May 2
171% May 22

U S

U

8

1%

2474
61

2474

6274

*122

140

100

100

100

100

1

Carton

2174

21%

2174

2274

3074

30%

3074

3074

*9874

10074

*9874

100%

Corp

2474
61%
*122

22

3074

(Del)

24

24

24

5274

53

54

53%

5

*3674

3674

3674

3674

36

—

Co

*24

2474

62%

6274

2574

13,300

63

17,600

150

101

101

10074

10074

22%

22%

2274

22 74

2274

3074

3074

31

3174

317a
10074

9974

*9874

24 74

*24

2474

x24

5374

X5274

53

53

3674

*36 74

2674

3674

9974

874

8

24

5374
3674

1,100

15,800
4,800
30
400

4,700
600

874

17,500

2674

200

8

2674

5

1374
4774

1374

1374

1374

1374

1374

1374

1374

1374

1374

4,800

4774

47

47%

47%

4774

4774

4774

4774

4774

12,500

3174

28,600

10

3174

13%

*40%

10
2

8

8

*2574

8

2574

x7%

2574

8

2574

774

26

26

32

3174

31%

3174

31%

30%

3174

3074

40%

40%

407#

4074

4074

4074

4074

12

117#

12

12

1274

1174

11%

8%

574

874

874

874

874

874

374

874

26,300

13%

1374

13%

1374

1374

137a

1374

1374

1374

1374

17,200

174

2,400
5,400

17#

174

41%

4174

4174

37

36 74

*36 74

1

174

4274
3774

1

42%

1
42 74

1

1
42

*3674

3774

210

32,200

3674

36%

*36%

37%

37%

39 74

3874

4074

4074

4174

85

84

8474

84

8474

180

3774

3874

84

84

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1

2874

29%

2874

29

29

2974

29%

No par

2374

23 74

23

2374

2274

2374

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4274

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3,800

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100

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874

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1

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4074

100

common

25%
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25

& Foreign Securities
Freight Co

6374

1

Merch & Mfrs Inc
1
Park City Mines Co (The)__l
Shoe Mach common
25

preferred

2574
150

*125

5
No par

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Improvement Co

6274

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24

51%

10

2474
140

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No par

(Del)

Gypsum Co
pi eferred

6174
140

100

Borax & Chemical
Corp com

U S

2474

*124

No par

preferred

4% %

2

24%
X6074

100

Greenfield Corp
United Industrial
Corp

Jan

32»

94

3074

United

10% Jan

2

*90

320

~S0

3074

Engineering & Foundry

United

91

87%
78%

3074

United Fruit

United

;

100

8%

United

17

*90

94

78%

874

48% Apr 24

Feb

*90

100
*85

874

2

Apr 28

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87%
7874

874

2

15

*90

100

874

Corp

33

92

78%

78

8-74

Electric Coal Cos

40% May 20

78

874

10

America

Fastener

10074
*85

874

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2

8774
78

5

Carbon Co_.

United-Carr

102

78

No par

of
&

'85

No par

Co„

$4.50 preferred

United Board

*10074

78

8%

United

89% Dec

1

Biscuit

8774

874

(ser of 1956) conv pfd
Artists Corp

2

13

Car

10274

10

8% Mar 13
26% May 7
14% Jan 30

11% May 16
5% Jan
2

1% Jan

75% Nov 12

4%

34% Jan

39% Sep

preferred

United Aircraft Corp common
4%
convertible preferred

May 23
22% Apr 28
Apr

Tank

27% Jan

35

Dec

> non-cum

common

Union Twist Drill Co
United Air Lines Inc

18% May

21% Jan

Oct

2

California

Union

77

90% Jan

of

31% May 12

48

llHlllloll

4474

19%

1

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series A

conv

5%

7

8

101

Aug

574

457a

4474

24%

Mar 24

31

hH

4474

44
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Apr

33% May 16
43% Jan
4

147

25

81

20% Dec 23

51% Apr

2474

574

94

24% Nov 22

Nov

2474

574

84

2

25% Oct

2474

574

Century Fox Film—
1
Twin City Rap Transit com—No par

2

J

13

39

2474

574

5

40% Jan

il Dec

24

574

2

24% Jan

30% Sep

24.

5%

3

64% Jun

30% Dec

2374

Jan

31% Jan

5

1774

4474

81 % Feb

6

25 % Dec

*1674

4474

87

23

6% Oct

2,809

1774

44

73 % Jan

21

Oct

*1674

4374

2

Oct

44

1774

44

24

89% Feb

Dec

38

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Jan

82

16

7% Nov

15

17%

43%

20th

98

2

24

86

200

*1674

4374

(The)—

May
8% May
35% May

6

40

18% Oct

1874
13%

79% Jan

Aug 20

78% Sep

21

1874
1274

Truax-Traer Coal Co common

5%

2,200

33 74

1874
12%

2474

Tri-Continental Corp common
$2.70 preferred.
1

Tung-Sol

3374

3374

800

12%

8374

Transue & Williams Steel

4

8% May
19% May

10% May 22
12% Jan
2

5% Dec

30

Feb

9,600

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3474

Co

Transamerica Corp
Ex-distribution

Preferred

2174

1874

V>4%

preferred

World

33

30,700

2174

1274

25

Tishman Realty & Construction
Toledo Edison Co (The),
i

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3274

3874

1274

issued

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2174

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12.50

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:
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Trane

387a

2174

18%

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—

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38

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38%

1274

common

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Thompson Products Inc
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22 % May 22

2,900

11

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5

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500

6274

1174

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1

(J R)

Tidewater

7074

62

18%

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$2.50 convertible preferred

Thompson

7074

1174

17%

Thatcher Glass Mfg Co common
5
$2.40 conv preference
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Thermoid Co common
1

28

70
62

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1

Coal & Oil
Pacific Land Trust—
Sub share ctfs ex-distribution

7

May

200

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1

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conv

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1,700

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1274

1874

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4374

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Textron

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13

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1

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6,70a
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6

71

12
36

3274

1374

62

2174

34

Texas

14 V* Jan 28

21% May 20
23% Jan 30

20

2174

33%

88,500

96

70

3874

2174

3274

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Gulf

&

13

6

Dec

3774

2174

33

Corp

Utilities

3

30

Oct

3874

21%

33

lei.nebsee Gas Transmission Co

Texas

25

Aug

30

38%

21%

54
4774

43,500

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,

62%
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5

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Texas

25

19% Dec

27

1174

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30,000

20

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28

Feb
~

80

Feb

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Feb

53

Oct

Nov~12

62

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4374

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4374

130

3

4974

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46

21

7374

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13% Feb 11
17% Feb 11

7

14% July 16
89% May
8
95% Apr 18

28

16

874

3

96

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1274

1574
68

12%

TelAutograph Corp

10% May 22

28

22

Aug
15% Apr 12

18

10% Jan

6% Jan

9% Apr
15% Jan

62

10

21

36% May

1274

16%

%

Texas

44% Jan

21 % Jan

17% Jan
Dec

15

8% Mar 15

87% Nov 13

38% Jan

4

1274

1574

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Tennessee

4274

12%
71

3374

Aircraft

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6174

Paper Co__

Talcott Inc

12%

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16%

25

Temco

68% May
1
29% May 8
20% May 23
37% May 8

2

15% Feb

28

42

12%

Symington Wayne Corp__

7
May 2
14% May 20
48% May 23
29% May 6

6

Jan

7

42

74%

Sylvanla Elec Prod Inc com—7.50
$4 preferred
—1
No par

31

3% Jan

26

Oct

Jan

9% May

25% Mar 18

54% Feb
24

Dec

7% Jan

84

42%

1374

38%

common

Mining

Sweets Co of America
Swift & Co

29% Jan

1374

16

No par

33% Jan 28

5

1374

12%

5

Co
Superior Oil of California

2

13%

62%

Tool

23

30

Apr

Mach

3

24

May

Jan

13%

12%

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3

May

47 74
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85

4974

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5374

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9574

3774

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5374
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Sunshine Biscuits Inc

9% Jan 24

53%
4774

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9574

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,

1

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4%%

5374

the Week

5374

874

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4274

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5

Sun Oil Co

1

5274
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5274
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8%

4874

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13%

1

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19% Jan

Dec

14

48%

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31% Mar

6% Dec

72

4774
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10

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23

30% Mar 19

65% Oct

2

10

53

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Dec

30

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9

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4874

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874

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3

5274
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8

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Baer & Fuller Co__

5%

3

8

25

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10

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6% May 14

14

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3%

8%

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Sterling Drug Inc
Stewart-Warner

8

6.25

Equip Mfg Co
Stanley Warner Corp

25

13% Apr
17% Apr

8

24

42% Oct

1.210

85

8%

Sales for

Thursday

52%

85

Standard Ry

3

9
34% Apr 29
18% May 16

15% Jan

10% Dec

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40% Apr
22% Apr

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29

52

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15

30

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12% Feb 11

21

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51%
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Stauffer Chemical Co

10 % Nov

,

Ohio

18

21
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2

30

51%
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—100

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Standard Packaging

74% May 19
68% Jan
2

25% Feb

2% Dec

Standard Oil of

6
4

57

85 '/a May

4

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51

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14% Jan

23

50

9

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PRICES

May 23

84%

Standard Oil of Camornia
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May 21

1

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22

22

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Wednesday

May 30

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preferred

12

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18% Dec 31

5

May 12

Tuesday

No par

Standard Coil Products Co Inc
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Monday
May 19

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com

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19

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LOW AND

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4

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6

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2

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30

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6

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6

21

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36

135

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68% Jan

10

Inc

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2
5% Feb 28

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Dec

52% Jan

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21

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4
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5
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50
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39

Par

Sales for

PRICES

SALE

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16

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.

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7
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Jan
7
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45
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24
Dec 31

YORK

EXCHANGE

Highest

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NEW

1

AND

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STOCKS

Range Since Jan.

Monday, May 26^ 1958

.

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Zenith Radio Corp

17 Va

17
30

Whirlpool Corp common
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4 ¥4% convertible preferred
80
White Dental Mfg (The S S)^
20
White Motor Co common
1
5¥»¥f preferred
100
White Sewing Machine common—1
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20
:
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50
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5
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Nc par
Wilson-Jones Co
:
10
Windsor Industries Inc—
10c
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1
Wisconsin Elec Power Co com
10
6% preferred
100
Wisconsin Public Service Corp— 10
Woodward Iron Co
10
Woolworth (F W) Co
10
Worthington Corp common
10
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Wrigley (Wm) Jr (Del)
No par
Wyandotte Worsted Co
5

Yale & Towne Mfg Co
Young Spring & Wire Corp
Youngstown Sheet & Tube
Youngstown Steel Door

61%

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61 ¥4

62

2

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100
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10
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125

38 ¥2

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Western Pacific RR
Western Union Telegraph
Westinghouse Air Brake

May 23

22% Jan 16

,

7
83% Jan
6
16% Feb 21

113

7

19% May 23

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17% Jan

129% Feb

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6
24% Oct 25

21

3

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2,200

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—

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68% July
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23% Feb

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63

33 »A May 14

128

9

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17% May 9
100
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Feb

96

Sep 19

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25

37% Jan
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4

48 ¥2 Jan

2

Apr

6

May

92% Apr

4
28

14 V« Jan

87% July U
88% July 11

23

Mar

19 ¥1 May 13

25% July 31
16% July 30

17 ¥2 Oct

,

96% Mar

104 ¥2 Mar 20

92% Nov 11

May 20

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38

13 ¥4

Indies Sugar Corp—

1
4
5
pfd
100
4.20% preferred series B
100
4.10% preferred series C
100
West Va Pulp & Paper common—5
4 ¥2% preferred
100
Western Air Lines Inc-^
1
Western Auto Supply Co com
5
4.80% preferred.—
:—100
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4% noncum 2nd preferred
100

5

100

61%

*60

61 ¥2

37%

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10
No par

We&i iwntucky Coal Co
West Penn Electric Co__
West Penn Power 4¥2%

4

*60 ¥2

61%

38 ¥4

38

Stamped

4

19% Feb
31 Vb May

62

*60%

100
15

-2.50
1
8% preferred
100
Ward Industries Corp
1
Warner Bros Pictures Inc
5
Warner-Lambert Pharmaceutical
1
Washington Gas Light Co
No par
Washington Water Power
No par
Waukesha Motor Co
5
Wayne Knitting Mills
5
Welbilt Corp
1
Wesson Oil & Snowdrift com—2.50
4.80% preferred
50

4

Mar 21

14

Apr

30% Oct 22
30
Oct 22

Walgreen Co
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Walker (Hiram) G <fe W
Walworth Co
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6

30!4 May 22

6

80

Mar 11

41

5

11% Jan

18% May 29
16 ¥s July 12

Wabash RR 4Vz% preferred
Wagner Electric Corp
Waldorf System

72¥2 Feb 24

60'A May 20

24

Jan

77

22

receivership or petition has been
filed for
changed from American Gas & Electric Co.

the company's reorganization,

84

a

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sale,

29%
85¥2
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76 ¥4

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220

6,000

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1,200
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1.900

12,700

distributed,

Volume 187

5745

Number

.

.

.

The Commercial and
Financial Chronicle

(2355)

Bond

Record
The

¥

««

New York Stock

FRI DAY

italic

letters

in

the

WEEKLY

-

Exchange

YEARLY

-

column

headed "Interest Period"
Indicate In each case the
month when the
after decimal
point represent one or more 32nds of
a point.

Figures

.

.

27

Jonds

mature.

-

.

Range for Previous
Year1937
Lowest

Range Since Jan.
Lowest

1

4s

3%s

Feb

3y4s

;

88.10

8

87.16 July

May31

FetTH

92.24

94

Jan

;

29

: 94

Jan

Dec 15

Mar

Mar28

97.8

Sept 15
Dec 15
_Mar

Treasury 23/bS—i:

Mar 28

15

93.9

,

99.16
*

Oct

36.24

28

104.24 Feb

Aug 15

99

4

Nov

105.16

29

Feb

24

101.24 Feb
103.8

6

Apr

23

4-14$
105.16

Feb
Feb

6

Apr

23

•"36.16

Apr 25

96.16

Apr

83.16

Nov 29

9Q

14

Feb

92.16

14

92.16 Feb

14

Jan 1

Friday

-

bonds;
r

"

New- York

Stock

'•

New York

Transit Unification
;

3%

Interest

Exchange

Period

100.14

♦100.13

104

100.15

*103.24

104

*103.24

101

104

♦100.30

101

*100.31

101.1

—

*101.6

101.10

*101.4'. 101.8
♦99.4
99.8

—_

or

on

99.8

*99.6

100.16

*100.14

100.18

*98.4

98.8

*98.10

98.14

*98.6

98.10

- "'97.2

97.6

*98.6

*97.8

98.10

97.12

*97.8

97.12

♦97.6

97.4

*97.6

97.10

97.10

*97.4

97.8

♦97,4

97.8

*96. J
*96.16,

96.30

"96.22

96.26

♦96.22

96.30

96.20

♦96.12

96.16

♦96.12

96.16

; 97.4

100.8

*96.2

96.6

*96.2

96.6

_

*96.8

*100.8

100.24

100

Bonds

100

York"

96.8

•96.4

96.8

•100.17

100.18

100.17

*99.30

*90-30

100.24

100.2

*107.24

100.2

*100.24

*100.10

100.11

*100.16

inni

100.17

100.2

*99.30

100.,4

100.-8

100.2

*99.30

99.30 100.2

-

100.28

—-

100.2

*100.24

100.28

108.24

*107.24

*107.16

106.16

108.16

*105.16

106.16

*105.16

106.16

*105.20

106.16

*102.24

103.24

*102.16

*102.24

103.16

103.24

♦102.24

•102.24

103.16

103.24

*102.24

103.24

100.16

*100.4 ' 100.16
•100.16" 101

*100.8

100.16

#00

•100.8

101

♦100.16

1969

*100.16 101

100

*90

"

100

*99

'

*97.21

108.24

103.24

•102.24

103.16

100.16

*100.8

100.24

*100.16

101

*100.16

101

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100

,..*99

*97.24

98.24

*96

97

*96

97

95

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95

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95

95

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95

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95.8

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*93.16

94.16

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95

99.24

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95
94.8

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"

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•94

1976

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100

*98

99

101

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101

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101

100

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98

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98
as

95
95
1

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<

°

g«

98

.97

yet been admitted

to Stock Exchange' dealings.

Week's Range

Friday
Interest

Exchange

Period

Last

Friday's

or

Sale Price

June-Dec

96

96

96%

98

97

•

13

97

95% :••• 96%

->

•96%

——June-Dec

High

96

•96%
7 97

fL£

_June-Dec

-3%s series No. 15—
3 %s series No. 16—

Jan. 1

Low

No.

*96%

June-Dec

June-Dec

——

Range Sine#

Sold

High

(continued)—

—

Bonds

Bid & Asked
Low

3%s series No. *3—
33As series No. 14—

*96%

93

99

96%

——June-Dec

*96%

93

97%

—June-Dec

*96%

98-

96%

3%s series No. 17—

June-Dec

"

3%s series No. 18—

.—;—

_

—:

98 %
98

•96%

96%
95%

98

.June-Dec
—

97%

97%

96%

►

97

*96%

97'

97

*99

—-June-Dec

——

.

97%

95%

,

-

*96%

*96%

June-Dec

,3'!4s series No. 21—

-33As series No. 22—

97

*96%

June-Dec
June-Dec

—_

3%s series No. 19
33As series No. 20—
.

97

!!3

33As series No. 10—
3%s series No.,.ll_.
3%s series No. 12—

-

99

*96

*99..

99

97

*98.8

97

*100.16
;
/'

.100
.

BONDS

'

;

*99.16 100.16

.■

* *99

98.24

*94

-

...

"*98

New York

102 'is

*97,24
*96
"

-

94.8

100.16

ENDED

•

98.24
97

*

95
-

*93.3

*99.16

WEEK

*102.24

108.24

*100.8

100

"

98.24

•107.24

*94

"

High

98''2

99.30

ion'lO
100.10

103.24

11981'
1

108.16

*100.16

FOR

Low

14

.inninmniQ

.JSS'q
*100;9

:

*105.16

Jan. 1

No.

&

98

99

3%s.esries No. 23—

Exchange

Broadway, New

96.8

*96.4

96.10

*102.24

Wertheim & Co.
Stock

*96.4

96.10

*96.6

106.8

Range Sine*

Sold

High

,100

96.10

•96.6

Sept. 15 at par. tCa-lled for
redemption on June 15 at par. UThis "issue has not

Bid & Asked

ft

*96.6

96.12

*100.16

100.2

*100.20

•

96.12

100.2

.

—

96.12

*100.9.100.10
*10015.100.16

100.15:

1 00.16

,

*96.8

100.9

*100.12

.

*96.3

"*96.2.96.6
' *100.15 iOO-W

100.18

103.16

,

95

99

June-Dec

♦95%

97

07

———_June-Dec

•96%

97

98%

:33As scries No. 26—
*

—

-3%s series No. 27—
3%8 series No. 28-,

«

NY 1-1693

.

June-Dec

3%s,series No. 24—
3%s series No. 25—

T eletypm

—i

^

96

*96%

98

—_June-Dec

*95%

95%

96%

June-Dec

*96%

96

97%

—June-Dec

•

-97%

95%

97

-June-Dec

_

Municipal

•96%

—June-Dec

: -33/4S'series No. 29—
! -3%s series No. 30

;

and

*

_

99.8

*105.8

Foreign Securities

Foreign Government

96.24

,96.14

100.14

♦107.16

•

.120

*96.20

" *96.10

*99.4

*100.14

•102.16

•

.

,

99.10

■

'*

REctor 2-2300

*97

.

-100.9

*100.20

*

Members New York

97.2

1950

RANGE

Range
Friday'*

Low

June-Deo

■

101.10

*99.4

*100.12

Brazil

Telephone

100il 100.13

99.8

.*97

.——Feb 15 I960
——-Feb 15 1961
Feb 15 1962

Week's

Last

Sale Price

City

1980

*103.22

100.16
"98.8

;*100.13

Issue—

Corporate Stock

*100.12

*103.24

*100.30

*

_

tCalled for redemption

97.24

100.31

Feb 15 1959

J

.102.8

103.30

.Sep 15 1959

...

2s

2s

*102.4

101.6

July 15 1972
—Mar

2s—

102-28

102.10

*100.29

103.30

,

-May 15 1975
—Oct

2s

*97.16

*102.24

*102.6

102.10

97.22

102.30

*101.2

—Oct 15 1971

.

103.8

*97.14

"■102.26

100.30

*

Oct 1 1958

—

*103.4

97.24

101.8

'

:

Serial bonds of

1

100.10

*98.4

.-—-—-May 15 1968

3s.—i
H2%8

♦Bid and asked
price. No. sales transacted this
day.

102.6

*96.30

1977

*

*102.2

*100.9

'

15 1960

1

3s.—

4

102.8
100.11

103.10

*97.16

*102.^.8 103

*99.4

Jan 15 1979

3 Vis—

Feb

103.6

*103.6

97.16

102.28

Development

„x

"3%S—

5

Feb

*103.2

*97.8

*102.24

*100.12

_-.»T.May 1 1978

*

3ViiS
90.30 Mar
92

102

*99.30

-

Sep 25
July 5

34.16

*101.24

*100.14
**99.30

3j,26—
82.16

102.2

*100.28

1980

!;3%s

.

25

*101.26

103.2

100.2

1

-!13%S—-x

.

-

109.14

105.28

100.2

Nov

4Vis—_

•

,

*109.6
*105.20

*99.30

—

4Vis

-

109.14
106.2

*99.30

4%s—i-L.^.a:i-i.:Jan

24

101.24
103.8

*109.6

*105.26

1959-1962

Nov

109.18

109.14

97.14

*103.22

lo 1958-1959.

&

*109.10

Bonds <S)

106.4

1959-1962

Reconstruction

the Week

High

102.8

Dec 15

International Bank for

Low

109.16

*105.28

June 15

Treasury 2% s
Treasury 2%«Treasury 2%S

NovJ7

*109.6

Sales for

May 23

High

*109.8

*101.4

15 1961

June 15 195«

tTreasury 2'As—Sept

Nov"-~7

83.9

15

109.16

*102

102.26

1965-1970 V *96.20
96.24
1966-1971'1
*96.10
96.14
1967-1972
*96.2
' 96.6
1967-1972 1 "96.2
,96.6
1967-1972
; *96.2 : 96.6
1958-1959
*100.15 100.16

June 15.

tTreasury 2%s
97.8

15

*109.8

Low

105.28

*100.9

1963-1968
1964-1969

Mar

109.8

*105.20

.

*102.4

1964-1969

Treasury 2%s
Treasury 2Mas

29

*102.22

-Dec 15

109.12

Friday

May 2'!

High

102.2

103

June 15

Thursday

h

*102.30

*102.28

*97.6

High

*109

'

1964

15

May
Low

-*101.26

105.24

June 15 1962-1967
Aug 15 1963

2yas
2y2s
2 %s
2%s

109.4

PRICES

Wednesday
,

*109.4

101.30

Nov

2%S_
2'/as
Treasury 2y2s

8

*108.23

*105.16
*101.22

Sept 15 1961
June 15 1958-1963
Dec 15 1960-1965
Dec 15 1958

2%s
2'/as

109.12

Aug 15, 1966
.Feb 15 1995

3s

3s

*109.4

Low

.

1990

Feb

Treasury 2%s

91.20 Mar 28

15

High

1978-1983

June 15

3s

Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury

Low

Oct 1 1969
Nov 15 1974

37/8S—

Tuesday

May 19

EXCHANGE

Treasury 2%s
tTreasury 23As
Treasury 2%8

87.16 July

Monday

NEW YORK STOCK

Highest

Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury

8L20 Mar 28

LOW AND HIGH SALE

GOVERNMENT BONDS

-

Highest

96

96%

44%

*96%

48

Akershus

(Kingdom of Norway) 4s 1968—
JUor-Sept
Amsterdam
(City oi) 5Vis 1973
Afar-Sept "
fAAntioquia (Dept) collateral 7s A 1945—Jan
-July
§AExtemal sinking fund 7s ser B 1945

Jan-July
gAExternat sinking fund 7s ser C
1946—Jan-July
gABxtftrnak sinking fund. 7s ser D
1945—Jan-July
ABxtetnal sinking funds 7s 1st
ser
1937_April-Oc£
^External sec sink fd 7s 2nd ser
1957_Aprll-Oc£
A External sec
sink fd 7s 3rd ser
1957_April-Ocf

*98

103

99

«8'

102 V'B 103

52>;4

'3_

'?

•

3s

f $

s

bonds 1978-,'

*90

Australia »Coimm>nweaKlv:
ofj~-

1

t

June-Dec

-V

—

;

—

assented

due

98%

5V»8 external loan 1972—!
A Berlin.
{City of) 6s 1958—
§A6%8 external loan 1950——:
4%a deb adj ser A 1970—_—
4Vis debt adj

IABrazil/(U

S

B

ser

of)

8s

s

f 6y2s of

1927 due

Stamped pursuant to Plan A
reduced to 3.375%) 1979
gA7s

(Central Ry)
1952
pursuant to Plan A
reduced to 3.5%) 1978—
funding bonds of 1931 due

Stamped
5%

Stamped

pursuant

to

Plan

reduced to 3.375%) 1979
External dollar bonds of 1944
3%s series No.
1
33/4& series No.
2
3% 3 series No.
3%s series No.

A

1957

98

98%
99%

103% 103%
*119

footnotes

95%
-

98

—r'

.Zv

98%

100%

79%

,

?

?

16

94%

99

W..-•>
97% 100%
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1

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156

89

,

80%

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70%
135

89 3 i

86
:

118

136
160

.

72

April-Ocf
72

72

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72%
—




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sink

91%
118

5

:

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66'%

72%

66'%
138

72%
138

89

89

89

Mortgage Bank 6%s

*71%

__

June-Dec

<■

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78%

*37

%

.

•

*77

38%
81

39%

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80%

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78%

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32

39%
80%

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June-Dec

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June-Dec

•37%

April-Oct
April-Oct
May-Nov

*77

——

1961

sinking fund 6s

Consol

1962

1962—

1960

39

39

Mar-Sepf

*77

81

81

Mar-Sept
June-Dec

*37%

38%
8%

39%
8%

Rica

1927

(Republic

bonds

.

Mar-Sept

—x

Oct

89%

89%

89'A

80%

1961

117

90

119%

1961

gASinking fund 7s of
$

♦7

Mar-Sept

April-Ocf
Jan-July
38 ext sinking fund dollar bonds 1970—ApriZ-Oct
gAColombia Mortgage Bank 6%s 1947
April-Oct
§ A Sinking fund 7s of 1926 due 1946
May^-Nov

ref

*37'A

1960

7s
—

4%s debt adjustment 1970
AColombla (Rep of) 6s of 1928

JACosta

•37%
*77

May-Nov

AChinese (Hukuang Ry) 5s 1951
gACologne- (City-of) 6%s 1950

1927 Jan

.

;

Municipal

assented

of

•77

June-Dec

assented

A Chilean

*

^

assented

AGuaranteed

72%

of)

due

1953

due

7s

1947,

21

55

50

56

Feb-Aug

1951

1972——

54'A

May-Now
April-Ocf

*71

58'A

74%
58%

8

50 y4

74y4
59

Czechoslovakia

99%

99%

99%

99%

98

99 %

98

95

98

97

97

95

99

*99%

June-Dec

99

99 %

*96%

97

97

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96

96%

98

98

-

■92 Ya
48

-77'A

*77

sinking fund 6s 1961

AGuaranteed
-

-

1957-.

A6%s assented 1961

67

99%

*96%

assented

Cuba

99 %

98

6'/a 8

92

99'%

June-Dec

1957

June-Dec

"

A

•

89

(interest

April-Ocf

$

79%

•37 Vz

May-Nov
__May-Nov

1993

-A 6s

138 V4

bonds

3s

..

93%

fund

"

-44%
77%

i

-

83 Vb

June-Dec

page

Extl

3s

(Plan B>—

June-Dec

:

6s 1963—
assented 1963—_———

A 6s

A 6s

72

79%

—

AExternal sinking fund

>90

•37 %

.

;

83 %

June-Dec

9

.

■'

w'

1951

-

'

96V'b
98%

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i

13-

*130

April-Ocf

June-Dec

,

93

36

ni

91'A
56

*77

79%

•

98%

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80%

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—

102% 104%

,

April-Ocf

June-Dec

7

see

-

t

99

."'J

92%

/

,

x—June-Dec
(interest

5

*or

•

*155

April-Oct
April-Oct

June-Dec

8

■

99

April-Oct

April-Ocf

4

3%s series No.
33/is series No.

■

u •

(interest

3

3%s series No.
3%s series No.

90

48

95%

;95

.

4

44%

'91%

»

'14

99 Vk

June-Dec
Stamped pursuant to Plan A (interest
reduced
to 3.5%)
1978——a
June-Dec
AExternal s f 6M28 of 1926 due 1957

AExternal

98 %

—

'

,

AChile

1941

Stamped pursuant to Plan A (interest
reduced to 3.375%) 1979—

•'''

•

109

132

*94%

—June-Dec *

1978—

external

1

*"•

•

99

*85%

1960—1—Aprfi-Oct
;A6s assented I960———
x
April-Ocf
AExternal sinking fund 6s Feb 1961——Feb-Aug
„A6s assented Feb 1961
Feb-Aug
A"Ry external sinking fund 6s Jan 1961, Jan-July
A 6s. assented
Jan
1961,;——
Jan-July
AExternal sinking fund 6S Sept 1961
Mar-Sepf
v.
'A6s absented 8ept 1961
Mar-Sepf
AExternal sinking fund 6s 1962
April-Ocf
A 6s
assented 1962—l
April-Ocf
v

>

92'

"-

..

^5.'-

98

Mar-Sep£

—

98%
98%

3

103 V2 104

Jan-July

lABavaria (Free State) 6V2S 1945_
'JFeb-Aug
4%s. debs adj (series 8)
1965—a
Feb-AugBelgian. Congo 5V4s extl loan
1973,
April-Oct
Belgium. (Bllngdom of) extl loan 4s 1964-June-Dec

94

"

98 Va

«7

,.

6s

93

91%

91%

2

47

92

Mar-Sept

Mar-Sept

.

AExternal sinking fund

90

.

■

-v.: 8

98%

94

—

93 V4

9734
■\

-Afay-Nov
Afar-Sept

1980—

4744

93 v;

97 3 4

June-Dec

—

Austrian. Government—
4%s

Feb-Aug
June-Dec

;

——

.

92%

'

87;

98

92 3 b

92%

-June-Dec

90

•-

46 V;

;

20-year 3V^a 1967—:——
20ijtear 3Vas 1966
:
15-year 33»s 1962

15-year 3^*8 1969
15-year 4V£>s 1971
15-year 43i& 1973——.—
15-year 5s 1972

*90

Jan-July

(Dominion of) 2%s 1974
2%s 1975_—4;

47

1978_Jan-July

(Dept of) 30-yr 3s s f bds 1978Jan-July
gAChile (Republic) extemar s f 7s 1942x„May-Nov
SA7s assented 1942—,—
May-Now

B9%. 89 Va
89% • 89%

*90
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The Commercial and

28

Financial Chronicle

.

.

Monday, May 26, 1958

.

(2356)

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1933

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86

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*—
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1963_Jan-July

95

88

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100 "2 101

,

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,

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101

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65

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f 3s 1977

s

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3'/as

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15

97%

97%

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1979——_May-Nov
conversion J979_
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4

15

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1976

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79 Va

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58

98 %

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series

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series

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86

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1979

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98

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53

86

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57

54%

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;

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94

8674

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51

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debentures

4

19

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*

1975—.

&

subordinated

4 7bs

55

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67

39

—

5574

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1958

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1995

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f

s

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91
105

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first
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first

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89

104

99%

89V4

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—

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ser

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conv

5s

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89 Vb

;
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gtd 4Vis 1961„_ApriZ-Oct
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1
*
•
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Columbia Gas System Inc—
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0

98

Vb

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97

12

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.

104

Mich Div 1st 4s 1991_jan-JwZy
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Jan-July

.

gold

Duquesne
*86 Vb

&

—

1

100VA

*100

June-Dec

mortgage 3s 1982
First mortgage 2%s
1985

91

1047b 104%

Jan-July

First

99%

91

.

Jan-July
—Mar-Sept
April-Ocf

1993

4s

Dow

—April-Oct

1977—,,

2%s

3%s series

Diamond

59%

96 V*

St Louis Division

Cleveland Electric

62

96%

Refunding and impt 4%s series E 1977
Cincinnati

57

•

Cleveland Cincinnati Chicago & St Louis
Ry—
General gold 4s 1993——
June-pec
General

2

96 VA

/

ref
ref

Mack

64%
44

*—

Jan-July

1985

{conv from Oct.

&

98%

fixed

debentures

&

97

94%

96

12

—

Douglas Aircraft Co Inc—

1982

..—

debs

57

59 VA

May-Nov

1976

debentures

107%

93%
91 %

97Vb

53

55

Mar-Sept
Jan-July

1993

J

ser

K

ser

105%

9474

54

—

4V2S 1961
May-Nov
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l976_Mar-Sept

1963——_Jan-July

1959——

1971—*—

274s

37bs

convertible

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97 Vb

4s debentures I960———:
3%s
debentures
1970

4Kb

1

59 VA

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Feb-Aug

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ref

27

~5

95 74

*39

May-Nov

1987

(3 %

92

114

—

92

1982—May-Sept

ref mtge

convertible

Detroit
61

A

ser

interest)

Gen

90

101

61

.

-May-Nov
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1975_ApriZ-Oct
1st mortgage 4 Tbs 1987
May-Nov
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0 I T Financial

&

Detroit &

Jan-July

A

ser

5s

Gen

Jan-July

series

&

Gen

59%

*

37bs

contingent

34

65%

tr

coll

&

217

48 Vb

5s

89%

88

95

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--

April-Ocf

mtge

58 Vb

■

tr

87%

-

2042

1

*82

3

-

May
-

.

_

100%

106%

97

May-Nov

53VA

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Mar-Sept
1st mtge 574s ser C 1983__
—Feb-Aug
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1994_Jan-July
4
Income 2%s-4%s 1994
-Jan-July
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mortgage

coll

52

—Jan-July

1st mtge 27bs ser A 1980
4%s income debs 1995—

First

&

First mortgage series A

73 Va

'

1999—April

1989_

mtge

56 VA

51

-

93

166

8874

Co—

due: 1993

trust 4-Gs May

18

11374

■93

1973—May-Nov

Essex Division

36%

9574

Income mortgage series A
4Mi% 2018
April
Denver & Salt Lake Income
mortgage (3%
fixed VJo
contingent interest) 1993
Jan-July
Detroit Edison 3s series H 1970
:
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81

73

73 Vi'

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RR

Denver & Rio Grande Western RR—

.

77

Mar-Sept Jt, 531/8

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1st

1st

717b

,

80%

Western

36%
37

36%

106 74 107%

—Jan-July
1963_:
May-Nov

extended

&

34%
34%

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;

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82

43

-

4s

29 Va

34 Vs

June-Dec

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Delaware Power & Light 3s 1973
t
1st mtge & coll tr 274s 1980

103%

403b

6

Hudson

High

37

97 % 100

—

—

April-Oct

1st

71 Va
54

100

&

1°/o
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mortgage 4s series A 1994:
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2019—April
4%s conv increased series B Jan 1 2044
ser

&

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.

Low

27%

35

88 %

u.May-Nou

1965*

1977-*

Jan.1

No.

2874

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—

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47

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64 Vb

67

1987

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103 %

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11

9774
113

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87

847b

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debs

Co

Morris

-i

April-Ocf

New York Lackawanna & Westei'n Div
First
and
refund
M
series C

101%

'

1984—*

Range Since

Sold

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86

82

86

5s

debentures

Delaware

>

"*"

inc

&

'/as

Delaware

s' 86

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April
—

lOOVa

96

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April

mortgage 474s inc ser A Jgn 2003
Chicago Milwaukee St Paul & Pacific RR—

3

Deere
3

97

mortgage

3s

Bonds

34%
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Dayton Union Ry ,374s series B 1965

94

? 98 Va

86

May.-Nov

A 2nd

1st

mortgage

Friday's

-♦27

June-Dec

*

94

88

13

or

Bid & Asked
Low
High

Jan-July

Imp

First

112 Va

89

:

*96

1988—Jan-July"

2038

95%

5

991/2

.

95%

17

94

..'98

April

—

A

90 Va

Week's Range

Sale Price

Daystrora Inc 43As conv debs 1977
Mar-Sept
Dayton Power & Lt first mtge 274s
1975—April-Ocf
First
mortgage 3 %s 1982
—Feb-Aug

91%
93

937b
105 VA

93Vb

93

v99»A

May-Nov
__May.-Nov

Chicago Indianapolis & Louisville Ry—
A 1st
mortgage 4s inc series A Jan 1983

A 5s

;

RRk>—

mortgage inc conv 5s 1997-.
mortgage 3%s series B 1985-

income

45%

__

93

93

69%

90

Last

Period

1st mortgage 4s June 30 1970
& equip 4s 1970
a 1st lien
& ref 4s series A 1970
A 1st lien &
ref 4s series B 1970
A Curtis
Publishing Co 6s debs 1986

93

109 Va 10974

Jan-July

A General

First

60
38 3A

907b

Interest

Stock Exchange

A

A

7

"95 V4

Second consolidated gold 4s 1989—
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Chicago Burlington & Quincy RR—
"
;
First and refunding
mortgage 3Vss 1985—Feb-Aug
First and
refunding mortgage 2Tbs 1970—Feb-Aug
*•
1st & ref mtger 3s 1990-i
.%
2._—Feh-Aug
1st & ref
mtge 4%s 1978_
,-Fel>Aug

Chicago & Eastern

11

York

Cuba RR—

76 Va

93

*95 Vb

23

Friday

High

44

*93

*

consol

'

MAY

BONDS

83

90 'A

*,

debentures 1981—
JanrJuly
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Refund and lmpt M 374s series D 1996__May-JVou
*
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1996__Feb-Aug
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June-Dec
first

Low
73

91 Va

ENDED

New

83

42

3%s

div

No.

4

Feb-Aug
_Feb-Aug
*_Jan7July

WEEK

Jan. I

-

75

">63%

42 7 b

April-Oct

FOR

Range Since

Sold

*83

—Jan 'July

1965

Bonds

High

*73%

May

2020

Central Pacific
Ry Co—
'
J
First and refund 3 Vis series A 1974
First mortgage 3%s series B
1968-

R & A

Friday's

Bid &• Asked
Low

mortgage 4%s series A Jan 1
AGen mortgage 4 Vis series B Jan 1
Central RR Co. of N J 3 Vis 1987—_
Central New York Power 3s 1974

Paper- ■&

Week's Range

Last
Sale Price

Feriod

AGen

Champion

Friday

Interest

Exchange

Central of Georgia Ry—
First mortgage 4s series

RANGE

107

»—

110%

1
——

1

8574
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100

93

100*
102

4

99

1

105

107

108

110%

—

103%

29
f

The Commercial and Financial Chronicle

30

.

.

Monday, May 26, 1958

.

(2358)

EXCHANGE BOND RECORD
WEEK ENDED MAY

NEW YORK STOCK

FOR

RANGE

Friday
Interest

Last

Period

BONDS

Sale Price

A 1957—Feb-Aug

J| A Hudson & Manhattan first 5s

Bid &

Asked

High

No.

2%s series A 1981—Jan-July
June-Dec
HI Cent RR consol mtge 3%s 6er A 1979
May-Nov
Oonsol mortgage 3%a series B 1979
May-Woo
Consol mortgage 3%a series C 1974_i.—May-Woo
Consol mortgage 3%s series F 1984
Jan-July
1st mtge 3'As series G 1980
Feb-Aug
1st mtge 3%s series H 1989
Mar-Sept
3Vsrfi s f debentures 1980
Jan-July
Indianapolis Union Ry 2%s ser C 1986—June-Die

14%

15%

12

87%

7

85%

90

79

80 'A

,*79

77

t debentures
Power

,

—;

Clear

1st

1959

4s

Jersey Central Power 6c Light 2%s

96

June-Dee

Joy Manufacturing 3%s debs 1975

93%

93%

«n3H

'

111%

106

93

96%

96%

%

98%

98

95%

9

*86

86

89

*90%

Mar-Sept

89

96

90%

95

4%s

•

*

Y

N

Y

N

Kanawha

1st

Mich

&

Kansas City Power &
1st
mortgage 2%s

1st

April-Oct
June-Dec

Light 2%s 1976
1978.
1980

1984_June-Dec
Aprll-Ocf
Karstadt, (Rudolph) 4%s debs adj 1963
Jan-July
Kentucky Central 1st mtge 4s 1987
Jan -July
Kentucky & Indiana Terminal 4Vis 1961—Jem-July
Stamped 1961
Jan-July
Plain

4y2s

1961_,

Lake Shore & Mich

3%s

A

C

Series

D

4s

ASeries

E
F

5s

Interest

May-Nov
May
May
May

2003

contingent interest 2003
contingent interest 2003—

101

subord

4.50s

debentures

lALombard
Lone Star

debentures

1980

93

90

90

series

7s

4%s

(P)

Co 3s

debs

A

1952—.
D

Nashville RR—
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First & refund mtge 3%s ser H 2003

1st mortgage

Macy (R R)
5s conv

96

76

-

76

61%

82

73

4

68%

68'%

—

-

T

«

'

40

53

:

49%

62

1

47

62

62

66

53

55

47

1

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51%

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65

29%

30 Ye

19

25%

38%

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30'%

32'%

30

28

43

37

72%

72%

2

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103

103

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72%

105

f

s

11

92'A
■

97

' 104%

,

May Stores Realty Corp—

.

—

.

i

.

Gen mtge 5s s f series 1977!
McDermott' (J Ray) & Co—
5s

subord

conv

debs

Feb-Aug
Feb-Aug

96%

95%

21

Feb-Aug
Feb-Aug

McKesson & Robbins 3Y2s debs 1973

*97%

97

-

4y2s

subord debs

conv

78

Jem-July

Metropolitan Edison first mtge 2%s 1974
mortgage 2%s 1980.
Michigan Bell Telephone Co 3Yas
4%s debentures 1991—
:

May-Woo

—

1

79

78

6

78

f

s
s

debentures
debentures

102

103 7

subord

f

s

inc

1967

>/4

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75

76;

83

87

*

89

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92%

107'% 107%

107'%

91

91

106 V2

5

92

28

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lien

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Missouri
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5s

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4

93

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—

*

,93

'

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—

81 Va

,

95

,

95

1

5s

89

—

5s

Pacific

•

*

86%

3%s

1984

Jan

Reorganization
4%s series B Jan 1 1990

4'As series C Jan

1

2005

mtge Income 4%s ser A Jan
mtge Income 43/4s ser B Jan

income

debentures Jan

1

4%s

1987

^

r

first

&

80

100% 101'%
91
—~'
»_

91

91

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99%

r

80

June-Dec
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mortgage 3s

*

.

99%

96

1

debentures

70 %

26

95%

95%

4

90

73%

75%

75%

6

74'%

For footnotes

see

page

f

debs

31.




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105

106%

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116

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&

series

&

refunding

&

ref

M

3%s series Y

1987_

&

ref

M

3%s

1988—

&

ref

M

3Y8S

94

94

98%

94

97%

91%

93 Ya

mtge

series

74 %

78

75%

72%

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ref

&

63%

58%

58%;

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2%s

X

debentures

debentures

88 %

88'%

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debentures

91

91

87

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104%

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4%s

88%

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.

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93%

94%

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1985

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57

97% -101

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93

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91

series

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1965

6
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95
98

93

100

91

96

refunding 2%s 1971
refunding 2%s 1967

2%s 1974;
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refunding

1st

&

ref

1st

&

ref

3YbS 1983—
mtge 3YbS 1985
1st & ref mtge 4%s 1987
mtge

111

95

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94%

94%

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105

105%

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June-Dec

:

June-Dec
April-Oct
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100

86%

95

90

95

92

89

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92%
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May-Wou
—.—May-Wou
June-Dec
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June-Dec
April-Oct
Mar-Sepf

103%

11
f

100

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96%

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87

91

70.

85%.

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100%

87

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June-Dec

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84%

87 %

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100%

General 5s series B 1974
General gold 4'%s series C 1977—1

&

107

108

82 Ya

Philadelphia Electric Co—
&

f

97%

103%

7

•98%

1960—Feb-Aug

series B 19.68
4'As series D 1981

Eastern first 4s external

&

*

'96

1

8534
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April-Ocf

1975

Philadelphia Baltimore & Wash RR Co—

First

92

106% 107

92%

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—
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_

91

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,

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91

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93%

161

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3s

87

90%

85%
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25

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—

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•

90

92 y.

■:

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98'%

81

92%

68

6

100%

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90%

June-Dec

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General mortgage 3%s series F 1985—^.Jan-July

83s

97'A

6

92%

92%

97

96'.a

13

49%

Aprii-Oct

10J

93

—

96(a

96%

97

110% 110%

56%

:

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102% 104'A

100%

110%

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51

611

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40

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98

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11

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June-Dec

1978

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Power &

66 %

50

94

03%

91%

43'/a

51

431

94

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1988-^

62

57%

63"

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1989

—

debentures

64'%

98%

90'A
104 y»

103

93%

1991

Pennsylvania

87%

so

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/

88%

1981—

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94

—

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June-Dec

:

debentures

78%

86%

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June-Dec

1983

3%s

83

49

91%

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88%

65%

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97%

1978

65 Ya

-

90%

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debentures

1987

3'As

516

55

95

11

94%

1984

1986

&

1,076

92

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1974__April-Pct

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106%

105 ya

106%

91

1984—

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debentures

2%s

;

94

104%
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91

2020

57 %

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1985 June-Dec

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22

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62

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1983

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59

19

92

93

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3s series S

&

67

80

88

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1st

68

92

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.

58%

52

88

89

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%

95%

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23

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ser

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89

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.

'

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83

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83%

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90%

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(quar)

—

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74%

•"• '

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First mortgage 2%s 1975
Oklahoma Gas & Electric 2%s

112%

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debs 1986

—

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.'

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04:
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81

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Inc 4s conv 1975
Northwestern Bell Telephone 234s 1984

109%

9oy4

110% 112%

mortgage

First

82

88

128

92 «/a

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1972

Minnesota Mining & Mfg 2%s

3%s

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Northrop

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—

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1976

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first

mortgage

mtge

83 y4
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10

80

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;
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3%s sinking fund debentures 1967
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95

1974

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82

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4

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74

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trust

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•

1975—

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registered

(Minnesota)

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4s registered 1997
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4'/2s

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—

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47/as 1987
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85

55%

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First mortgage

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2%s

55%

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72
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Louisville Gas & Elec 1st mtge
1st mtge 3 Yak; 1984

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1st mtge

95% .100%

12

90

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55%

2013—.Aprll-Ocf ;•
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,
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2%s series D 1982
Jan-July
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Aprll-Ocf
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Niagara Mohawk Power Corp—
General mortgage 2%s 1980_—
Jan-July
'«■ Genwal
mortgage 2%s 1980.
Aprll-Ocf
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April-Ocf
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Feb-Aug
4%s conv debentures 1972
—Feb-Aug
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Mar-Sepf
Norfolk & Western Ry first gold 4s 1996—April-Ocf
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t
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13

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—

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ASeries

40

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interest 2003

contingent

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10

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fixed

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»

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.

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to

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83

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170

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1983

Lehigh Valley Harbor Terminal Ry—

108

101%

1961

-

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3s 1964
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unguaranteed

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—

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income

4'%8

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t

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93%

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88

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90%

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_

2%s

mortgage

1990

4s

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,

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1976—Mar-Sept

106;« 107%

3'%s 1997
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3%s registered 1997
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April-Oct

104%

103

*

Apr-Oct

trust

Central &

Y

General

96 Ya

88%

98%

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Jan-July
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1978

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N

109%

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94%

94%

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Collateral

'

1987
3%s

Co

107

;

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100

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93

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150%

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89 Ve

101%

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Jan. 1

.^1
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Jersey

New; York

92 %

,

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4 (As B

83

>

92

,

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No.

101 % 102%

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Jan-July
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99%

♦92

92

Range Since

Sold

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102%

debentures ,1974,

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1st mortgage

3V«s

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85%

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3Yi8 debs 1972

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1982—

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,

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Corp

3%s •1986k—

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National

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lAAdjUbted income 5s Feb 1957

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45%

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86%

45%

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National

High

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Sale Price

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York

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or

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Last

Period

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Number 5745

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(2359),

new

york

stock
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debentures

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80

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1

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.

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1
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in

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25/bs

1

2029

r.
.

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60

60
—.

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1976

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delivery

the

3Vis 1971

Jan-July

Light & Power 2s/sS

year's

sale

range,

not

60 Va

15

101

56%

64%

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40 Va

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40

66

83 Va

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.

,

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included

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the

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n

included in the year's range,

year's

sale not

range.

..

82

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the year's

e

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sale not
r Cash sua

range,

y Ex-coupon.

the

Negotiability impaired by maturity.
"
tCompanies reported as being in bankruptcy, re.ceivershlp, or reorganized under Section 77 of
Bankruptcy Act, or securities assumed by such companies.
* ;
•Friday's bid and asked prices; no sales being transacted during current week.
A Bonds
selling flat.
I
•

yearly

-

record

For footnotes

see

page




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800

5%

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7

Mar

16 V4 XI6V2

400

14 Vi

Apr

21

Jan

67 b.

7

1.300

678 May

8

7

8

20,500

47b

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8

274.

2%

1,100

174

Jan

274

10 Va

300

8V2

Feb

10 Va

Last

74

Jan

May
Feb

10'4 May

Sale Price

Exchange

High

67 b
7

*

High

374 May

7%

Stores

Friday

Jan

1

Manufacturing

Surpass Shoe

23

American Stock

..

3%

l

Corp

Supply

MAY

STOCKS

Range Since Jan. 1

300

Aero

ENDED

Sales

Shares

37 b

16 Vi

WEEK

for Week

3*4

l

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Range

FOR

3 7a

Consol Industries Inc
Aeronea Manufacturing
Adam

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of Prices

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;

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RANGE

Last

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90

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A Jan

ser

67

76

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50

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series

-..

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May-Wow
Jan-July

66%

66

80

66

66

In the following extensive list we furnish a
complete report of the transactions on the American Stock Exchange for the week beginning Monday,
May 19 and ending Friday, May 23. It is
compiled from the report of the American Stock Exchange itself and is intended to include every security whether
stock or bond in which
any dealings have occurred during the current year.
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'
1
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,

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90

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included

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73 Vi

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92

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1

98

99

*—
*.._

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guaranteed 2361

income debentures

1st mtge

100%
9874

93 Va

91%;

_May-Nov
'75_June-Dec

105

83 Va

-

1967———Jan-July
May-Wow.
94V4
Whirlpool Corp 3l/aS s f debs 1980
Feb-Awy:
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—Jan-July

60'

119

92%

*

877b

95 Va

fr,
\

__

.

—

135

,

1981

gtd gold 3V2S 2000

2361

374s

132%

55

.

97

%«—

'

Westinghouse Electric Corp 25/aS 1971
Mar-Scpit
Wheeling & Lake Erie RR 27is A 1992
Mar-Sepi
Wheeling Steel 3%s series C 1970—*—_Mar-<Sepi.

92%

83

857i

86Vi

A Jan

Maryland Ry 1st 4s ser A 1969
1st mortgage 3V2S series C 1979
5VaS debentures 1982
Western Pacific RR Co 3 Vis ser A 1981

114

87%

88

•88%"*90

—

Jan-July
Mar-Sept
May-Nov

Western

96 Vi

104

4

.

105

94 Va

April-Oc£

Electric

Penn

5s

9174
*83

Mar-Sepf

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3V2s 1974
3V4s series I 1966

Penn

West

94

106%

*4

"1
.26

907b

105

Co—

mortgage 3s

i

'1007a
92

1976

Power

105

mtge income 4V4S series B Jan 1991
April
mortgage 3%s series B 1971——
FebrNov

'

96

10974 HOVi
88

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~ -

•

:

115

89

30

10974 HO'i

v

t)07b

June-Dec

ref

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96

105%

*98

iio Vi

1969

Washington Terminal 2%s series A 1970
Feb-Aug
Westchester Lighting gen mtge 3V2S 1967—Jan-July

T

,

Sale Price

>

92%

96

94

*90

,

STOCKS

v

•83% 111 >
90
96%

429

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

American Stock Exchange

*

102

101

-

106''3 110%

-

-

-

_

9774 101%
87 Vi
90

12

90V4-

--

93%

C L_

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105

94

Jan-July
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Jan-July

2013

99

■

April-Oct

108%

—

Jan-July
Jan-July
Jan-July
April-Ocf
Jan-July

'

.

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110 Vi

—Jan-July
April-Ocf
May-Nov

3Vis

A

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debs

&

Gen mtge 4s income series

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mortgage

First
First

10GV4 107 Vi

Co—

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.

&

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I_i_

mtge 3%s

77%

92

11

99Va lOOVi

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310

May-Nov

San Fran Term

87

10674

118

88

*88

—May-Nov

1968

debentures

subord

conv

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82

94

98

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ser

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;
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1973-Aprll-Ocf "

89

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—Jan-July •"

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4
3

82

»•__

.

1975

84 V4
72 Va

87 Va'

101

987a

*81

Feb-Aug
Mar-Sept
AprtZ-Oct

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k

82

*95Vi

Jan-July
__Jan-July

I960

Gold

103%

..

,

(Oregon

37as

84

138

■'

-

90

883/a

—

72 Va

82

May-Nov
1966—April-Oct

274s

1967

subord

First

1970

1994

Southern Natural Gas Co 4V2S
Southern' Pacific Co—
First ,4 Vis

10474

103%

261

103

Co—

debentures

Southern Indiana

2

104Vi. 106%.

185

.

June-Dec

mtge 3Vis ser J 1982
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"

April-Oct"

1

2748

1st

.

.

1

L_

94 V

*103

.

and ref mtge 2%s ser H 1980
Mar -Sept
mortgage & refund 37as ser I 1981—June-Dec

1st

»

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.

1985

91

87

107 Vi

,

Jan-July
April-Oct*

1963—

85 Va

3

.

3

99Va 101 •'

May-Nov

.

.

trust

*89 Va

;

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*92

;_April-Oe£
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-April-Oct
Sinclair: Oil Corp ,43,«s conv,debs 1986
June-Dec'
SkelJy Oil 2 Vis debentures 1965
I
Jan-July
Smith-Corona 6s conv debs 1978
—May-Nov
Socony-Vacuum Oil 2%s 1976
June-Dec
South

95 V

.

977b

90

*91 vi;

Union

.

.89%

2

10474 106Vi

72 Vi

First and refund mtge 27is ser E 1975
Mar-Sept
First and refund mtge 3s series F
1978—Mar-Sept
First and refund mtge 27/ss ser G
1979—June-Deo

First

Shamrock Oil & Gas C.orp—\
I
5%s eonv subord debentures 1982—

Shell

9»Va.
.90%
95 Va.

Corp of America—

conv

4V4s

'

1982_

81 Va

84 Va

*_June-Dec

tr 4V2S 1977
2%s debentures 1976

Virginia Electric

100

77

May-Nov
debs

647u

977b

101 Vi 3 02 Vi

*—.

Feb-Aug

1982_s

3Vbs

597b

97

104

June-Dec1
_____JnAe-Dec

—

94 V.
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20

*84

Mar-Sept

-

1909

America

sinking fund mtge

Vanadium

98

977a

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43,8s ^debentures 1972
;
4%8
subord debs
1977

Service Pipe Line 3.20s

77 Va

50

Sears, Roebuck Acceptance Corp—
.

1980—I

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56%

134

May-Nov

2%s 1966

94 Ve
97

89

.

June-Dec

§A3Vis assented series C 1951

71%
76

68%

'63

♦977a 100

Jan-July

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mtge 3s series B 19801.—
3lis s f debentures 1977—.

3s

71%

82

57

1989_Jan-July

1st

100 Va.' 102%

•

65

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-

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4

98

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1960

1972

debentures

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1

91

'

77Vi

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debentures 1974

>

:

91

80

64 Va

cons

(Jos

1

96%

coll

89%

'

gold 4s 1968_Jw?te-Dec
Depot 3V4s B 1971
—__April-Oct
Scioto V & New England 1st
gtd 4s 1989—May-Wow
Scott Paper 3s conv debentures 1971

Seagram

"

70Vi

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Scovill

^

*__

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certificates Nov

first

93

2%s

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-

April-Oct*

1980

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*91

1982

impt 334s

Works Corp—■
§ A6V2S debs series A 1947
1
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107

-

&

debs

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United

10474-107

Mar-Sept 4
gold 5s 1996_Jan-Jnly

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Ry—
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and

of

5

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—

f

s

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88

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ser

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_

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.

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1st

1977

1st

1st

86

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_-

1

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90%

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1982

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92

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.

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I
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f.
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177

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Co

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•

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.

-

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„

1977

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conv

♦156
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1977_:

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Ohio

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;

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2019

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'

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;

98

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of

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222

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94

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94

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70

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i

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;
;

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May-Nov
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1975-ApriJ-Oct
t
3s debentures 1968
:
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;

91V2.
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99 Va

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.

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Tidewater

96 Vi
88

95 Vi

C

series

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V',

174

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debs

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r

1st

I

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June-Dec
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Reynolds (R J) Tobacco 3s debs 1973
Mfg Co; 3%s

101

87

__

91

■

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22

•

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101

173%

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tif

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—Jan-July

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102

99n4 100V4

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,

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mtge 6s 1971
debentures 1972

27is

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,

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.

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Texas &

*-*110»bt-__

.

refunding mortgage 8s 2037—Jime-Dec
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c

^

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..June-Dec

1st

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110

;

■;

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1:

.

1067a

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-

96

88%

10874 110

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1963-

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May-Nov

5s

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•

927b

94%

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103

927b

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debentures

Sylvania

10174

101

94

-*94

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1

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_

i

103

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*.

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2%s

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98

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.

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Plantation

Products

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11

9774

100

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Superior Oil Co 874s debs 1981

J

84

84-

96

•

'

98

95

Friday's

or

Bid & Asked

Standard Oil Co (Ohio)—
4V*s sinking fund debentures' 1982
—Ja n-July
Stauffer Chemical 3%s debs 1973-—.—

100

98

w.

85

*9674

„

Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal 3 Vis 1965—Jan-July
Pittsburgh Plate Glass 3s debs,1967
-April-Oct
Pgh'Youngstown & Ashtubula Ry—
I

97

99

84

-'

Sale Price

(Indiana) ;3 Vis conv 1982_. -ApriUOct
Standard Oil (N J ( debentures 27is 1971._May-Nov
274s
debentures
1974__
:
Jan -July

94

96 %

•

•

Week's Range

Last

Period

.

*96 7« l)97a

85

Friday

Interest

Exchange

Standard.-Oil

112

92

—

Stock

Low

99%

76

*98

York

High

96

*76

RR—

record

23

-

99

Feb-Aug 1
1963—Feb-Au#.
19G4_Ma2/rNov

Consolidated guaranteed 4 Vis.ser J

Pittsburgh Cine Chicago & St Louis

Jan.

No.

99 Vi

109 Vi 1107b

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bond

MAY

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=

*

ENDED

.

.

ser

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High

9914
110

WEEK

f

Friday's

Low

t

exchange

FOR

Range

Bid & Asked

.

Feb-Aug

Consolidated guaranteed 4s

or

Sale Price

1964—Feb-Aug

subord debs 1987

conv

Week's

Last

1'eriod

Phillips Petroleum ,27is debentures
4l,4S

Friday

ZX

Way Industries Inc
Ajax Petroleums Ltd

Alabama
Alabama
Alan
514

Great

Southern.'

Power

Wood

3
50c

4.20'4

Steel

Alaska

Airlines

Inc

17 i.

2

10

for Week

.

'

7b

16'A

LOW

High
800

2

5«

20

~4%

1%

-u

16Vi

17

4%

434

122

Jam

18

Apr

126 Vi May

Apr
-

225

86%

900

16 Vi May
75% Apr
3% Mar

3,100

High
2%

Jan
Jan

900

100
-1

Hange Since Jan. 1

Shares

1267a 126 V2
92 V4
94 Va

J

50

preferred—100

Co

cumulative preferred

Range
Low

Par
Air

Sales

Week's
of Prices

Jan

95

Feb

19Vi

Jan

77% Feb
5

.

Apr

'

Chronicle

Commercial and Financial

The

12

.

.

.

Monday, May 26, 1958

(2360)

EXCHANGE

AMERICAN STOCK
Last

STOCKS

Algemene Kunstzijde N
Amer
dep rets Amer

4%

■ ---

4%

1,000

2%

3'/4

3%

251300

2%

Allied Artists Pictures Corp

Control

Investing cap

Corp
Aluminum Co of America—
$3.75 cumulative preferred
Allied

Paper

American

-

Apr

10

May

10

52

Jan

66

May

Carnation

1,600

1

Jan

125

65

Jan

84%

350

88%
GG

1%
80

Jan

Feb

1% May
80

May

13%

10,500

11% May

15% Jan

27%

7,300

21%

Jan

28

May

30%

32

1,300

28% Mar

32

Jan

33%

34%

600

27%

Jan

34% May

33%

33%

25

31%

Jan

35

Apr

11%

11%

11%

11,400

10%

Jan

13

Jan

41%

38%

41%

21

Jan

41% May

7%

8%

10,200
1,850

7% May

9% Feb

3%

4

8

May

13%

14%

4,400

8%

Jan

3%

3%

2,900

2%

Jan

4 % May

ft

%

ft

4,200

ft

Apr
Apr
Feb

% Feb

11%

100

11%

9%

10%

3,600

8%

15,800

4.71

6

5%

6%

1

5

47a

5

12% Jan

Jan

7% Jan

Jan

5

Jan

103

0

4%
95%

1,160

13% Feb

May
Jan

9872

260

39%

12,600

33%

Feb

39% May

317a

32%

22,800

26

Jan

33

May

93%

32

9974

38

38%

0

Gas Co

19% Jan
16

3%

11%

Jan

98

May

Arkansas Power & Light—

—100

preferred
& Co warrants

4.72%
Armour

preferred
Aro Equipment Corp
Asamera Oil
Corp Ltd
Artists

Productions

Jan

15% May

3%

4

2,000

3%

Apr

4% Feb

4%

5

(iOO

4%

1572

400

13%

Apr
Jan

5% Feb
15% Jan

2ft

15,400
6,700

1%

Apr

8%

Jan

10%

Apr

6-ft. Feb
1% Jan

618

Jan

.

1574

1574

iji

2

9%

9%

974

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—-El

American dep rets reg

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Food

America

of

Associated Oil & Gas Co

Associated

Tel

A

Coast

1%

1%

200

2%

2%

2,100

Line

Atlas

Co

Feb

1% Jan

2

Apr

2%

1,100

1

Corp common
Charter Oil Co Ltd

Cherry-Burrell common
Chesebrough-Ponds Inc

Inc

Colonial Sand

ext to

Jan

Vtc

Jan

Connelly
Consol

Jan

9% Mar

Consol

3

3%

12,100

2%

Jan

3%

Jan

Consolidated

I

5%

5%

5%

1,200

Jan

Consol

11%

11%

11%
2%
3%

1,900

1

Non-voting non-cum preferred
Machine
Ayrshire Collieries Corp common

2%
3%

100

2%

100

3% May

Apr

12% May

Electric

Diesel

Corp

& Smelt Ltd

Mining

Feb

Continental

Air

4%

Jan

Continental

Aviation

Class

20

1,300

16

Jan

20

May

Continental

Commercial

30

32

500

x29

Feb

33 % May

Continental

Industries

Inc

Continental

Materials

Corp

Baldwin Rubber

Baldwin

97a

l

l<j

37,100

7%

Jan

10% May

127a

100

10%

Apr

14

137a

27a

Corp

2%

3

3

Jan

3

May

272 Mar

4

Apr

1%

2

20

American

Banff

shares

Oil

Ltd

Barcelona

Tr

Barker

Power Ltd

8s

•

Corp

Brothers

6%

(A

Shoe

S)

Black

Starr

Blauner's

common

common

class

(H

5 Va %

(S)

C)

Co

&

Amer

10%

Jan

137a

Jan

Crown

40%

Jan

43

Feb

77b

Jan

107a

Apr

5%

47a

574

3,400

Jan

147a

200

"*4% ~5%

400

4%

400

35%

500

•

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common

British

3572

Power

(The)

Co

class

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Feb

400

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GOO

17a Apr
6

lVa May

67a

6
—

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6

7

__

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55,800
2,700

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574 Feb
26 78

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-

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6V2 Mar

287s May

200

39

41

38%

39%

33 72

Jan

42

2,500

347b

Jan

403/a May

Apr

39%

6ft

6ft

6%

3,300

5ft Feb

6 3/4 May

67a

67a

6%

3,900

574 Jan

67b May

39%

39%

39%

900

387a Jan

4274 Mar

14%

1474

14%

34,000

107a

10%

117a

3,400

1174 Feb
974 Jan

1574 May

1

17%

16%

187a

2,300

137b Feb

18 Vb May

2.50

B.

Plan

—

(The)

1

-

1

;

2.50

Company

674

G%

1,300

574 Jan

772

63/a
— —.

7%

900

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ll3/4 Mar
6 7b May

8Va

Feb

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50

53

107a

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107a

167a Mar

603/4 May

2,100

874 Jan

107a May

*

1
1
50c
9
10

common

Die & Machine Co

Hill

Apr

2

7,000

77a
1%

17a

3%:

1,100

6%

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1.400

10%

1072

100

3%

—

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2 7a

974
2

27a

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14-

9%

—

9%

300
300

274 Mar
57a Jan
8

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77a
2

Jan

May

14

8,GOO

11% Jan

107a

1,900

97a Jan

4Vb May
77a May
107a

Apr

97b May

27b

Jan

153/4 Mar
Feb

11

dep

rets ord shares—3s 6d

(J P)

8s Son Inc

1

Burry Biscuit Corp

1272o

47a

7b Feb

74

ft

7,200

74 Jan

1%

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800

17a Jan

274

Feb

47a

4%

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3% Jan

4%

Apr

74
——

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C Television

10o

Corp

H

1%

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312,000

1% May

Cable Electric Products common—50o

Calgary & Edmonton Corp Ltd
Calif Eastern Aviation Inc
California

Electric

*

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6% cumulative

Co

2

16%

25%

8,200

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For footnotes see

page




35.

1%

Jan

25% May
2%

Feb

50

13% Jan

17

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50

57

Apr

55%

300

54

Feb

4%

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29%

29%

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25

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30% Mar

5%

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18,500

4

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9,700

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17a Mar

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May

6

May

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1

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5

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18

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19%

Jan

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600

174

Jan

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9%

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7%

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5%

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Jan

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300

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174 Mar

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672 Mar

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43
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127a

Feb

29

9% Jan
2374 Jan

Apr

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Jan

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574

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8% May

100

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Jan

Xl572 May

12.900

3%

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500

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5,500

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Jan

6%

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8

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2,100

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•
2.50

100

17

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—

133/a

72

18

17

—

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19%

*

8,300

,

3%

27b May-

Jan

3,400

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Apr

25 y2 Mar

370

.

31%

Jan

48 y2

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Apr

9,200

Feb

1%

200

6 7b May-

874 May

Jan

7

200

.

:
Mills

8%

Davidson Brothers

Day

1

Inc

4%

10c
35
50c
5

Inc

Mines

Dayton Rubber

class A

Co

Dejay Stores common
Dennison Mfg class A

common

—
—.
—

100
1
Detroit Gray Iron & Steel Fdrs Inc—_1
Development Corp of America
1
Devon-Palmer Oils Ltd
25c
Diners' (The) Club Inc
ft
8%

debentures

Manufacturing

Detroit Gasket &

Distillers

Co

American

Mar

Jan

Textile

Ltd

Co

common

$2 preferred
Douglas Oil Company
Dow

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—*
1

Draper Corp common—
Driver
Duke

Exploration

Harris
Power

DuMont

Co

Co
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1

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Duro

Test

Corp

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—

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.

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reg

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preferred series A
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$7

400

.

9%

.

— ft'
ft
33i

.

7%

4

2% Mar

3% Jan

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Jan

4074 Mar

Apr

11

Mar

8

Jan

233a

*

3%

18%

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227a

100

10

Jan

13% May

Jan

9% May

200

900
25

7%

*
*

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10%

Jan

13%

Jan

33

Jan

35

Jan

2,700

3% Jan

4% Mar

34% May13 3 a Jan

36 y2 May

2.000

14 7e

Feb

874 May

9,800

4

678

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50

39%

Jan

48

May

30 3

Jan

39 "

May

1,400

"

4

Jan

4.400

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57a

4%

Feb

2ft Jan

4% Mar

100

—

—

900

23%
3%

16

19%

6,300

16

22%
372

ft"
1—25
I
1

Feb

22 7b Mar

900

48

39

37a May
13

11% May
24% Jan

100

2

16

__

Apr

1

100

14
874

3774

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Feb

22

3% Mbr
5

37a

1,500

.a

9

3%

-

674

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3

48 4

377s

Feb

Apr

10,900

32%
—

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3;i4- 4
13%

,

8

138

4%

9,000

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21
13% 13

E

States

Jan

10s

1

class B common

Eastern Malleable Iron
Eastern

2Jb
47a

20

,

2Ye May
35

2

11S

Co

Dynamics Corp of America

128

800

1,100

.

—

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May

57a Jan
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37a May

Jan

40

:

12.
12
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.

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17
13

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2772 May

Jan

23

.

Jan

Apr

27

2%

-

...

2JA Jan
30

200

Laboratories—

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10
*

:

Co

(Allen

-

.

—

14

1,500

Apr

140

133
134
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5

*

Ltd

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*

7.50
32.50
1

Dorr-Oliver Inc

Jan

4%

272 Mar

—

2672

.ft
...

—

Jan

9%

2,800

2%

—

.,

6s 8d

Corp_
1
Dome Exploration Ltd
2.50
Dominion Bridge Co Ltd
——*
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•
Dominion Tar & Chemical Co Ltd
•
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—

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dep rets ord reg

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13
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1
2.50

Dairies Inc

Hosiery

Davenport

Jan

48%

55

1
,

18% Feb

48%

50

Fire Insurance
Bread

22%

55% Apr

50

preferred

Campbell Chibougamau Mines Ltd
Canada

2%
16'%

50

Calvan Consol Oil & Gas Co
Camden

25%

I

67b May

T

.

.

■

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Daitch Crystal

Durham Hosiery

lOo

Power

Apr

Jan

Jan

50c

Dunlop Rubber Co Ltd—American dep
rets ord

C
C

3%

Jan

Atlantic Sugar common

Drilling &

Mines Ltd—

American

Burroughs

Feb

4

5
Cuban Tobacco common
•
Cubart-Venezuelan Oil vtc
—%c
Curtis Lighting Inc common
2.50
Cuvtis Manufacturing Co class A
4

Jan

93/4

97a

77a

£1
1

Corp

Buffalo-Eclipse Corp
Bunker

1072

8

Ltd—

preferred
6% serial preferred
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Apr

•

common

Co common
Ltd

Finance

Apr

Jan

77a

3%

-

'*

Drug Co common

Cuban

4%

Mar

93

£1
£1

convertible

60c

53/a

3674

Jan

83

•

B 8 F Company common

Buckeye

4% Jan

•

77a

1

Budget

—

Feb

972

10

Mills

"

——

„

cumulative preferred

(E L)

83/4

53/a May

2674 Jan

■

Brown Rubber Co common

Bruck

May

'

•

dep rets ord reg

Bruce

3472

■

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•

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Brown Forman Distillers

4%

4%

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4

67a
15

Jan

Jan

9,400

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7a

-

Tobacco—

Petroleum

American

Apr

87* Mar

—

1

rets ord bearer
rets ord reg

dep

47b May
13 3A

Jan

3%

27a

2,500

Cuban American Oil Co—:

147a

1

17%

Jan

4,400

"4%
17s
117s
36%

8%

Crystal Oil & Land Co common
$1.12 preferred

8 Ye

Jan

27a

7

receipts (ord reg)—£1
50c
Creole
——5
Crowell-Collier Publishing Co
—1
Crowley Milner & Co
-1
Crown Cent Petroleum (Md)
5
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•

500

Oil Co

Columbia

British

57a Mar

147s

GYa

Industries Inc
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800

common

dep

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100

3,000

5 74

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300

common

American

Amer

Jan

5

''

1% May

Jan

674

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9 74

Bridgeport Gas Co
Brillo Manufacturing Co common
British

Jan

4%
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11%

674

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1174

1

American

Apr

378

Corp

42%

Gear Works Inc
20c
Brazilian Traction Light & Pwr ord
•

British

67a

9,500

%

67 b

1
•
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42

Inc

Corp

17a Mar

Jan

5% Mar

157b May
1% May

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5c

common

117a

87a

Brad Foote
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Jan

27b May

-

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prior cumulative

Bourjois

s/a
3%

5,500

'

Feb

14

Jan
Jan

2,400

2%

•

lOo

Courtaulds Ltd—
Crane

Jan

872

Apr

1

117a

,

Co

Apr

5,500

13

—

1
*
preferredLlOO
Borne Chemical Company Ino
—5

Bohack

7a

12

73/a Mar

872 May

74

472

47b

2%

20

4274

A-

common

Blumenthal

1,400

147a May

May

1,G00

4%

-

137b

5

Beverage

Apr

25

6,000

>

__10c

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Cott

90

Jan

107a

.

1
25
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—

Gorham

&

1374

Apr
Jan

Jan

43/a

Jan

2174

1774

Inc

Reynolds

&

Jan

72

100

267b Mar

Corp

1

Corp

Benrus Watch Co Inc
Inc

47b

~27a ~27a

~2 7a

1

common

Bell Telephone of Canada
Beiock Instrument Corp
Biokford's

6

800

io

25o
.50c

Inc
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500

72

8

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convertible class A

Beau-Brummel
Beck

1374

1

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10,000

67a

1274

8

14%

6%
77a

6%

1

Jan

3% May

137a

14

1

class B

Bayview Oil Corp
<

2ft
'

•*.*.

4,

Corp

Barry Controls Inc
Basic Incorporated

Bearings

2ft

27,400

'

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Steel

Barium

600

2

Corroon

Jan

12

107b

650

1,200
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100

Gold Mines

Cornucopia

1572 May
27b Jan

Jan

1% Mar

200

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Banco de los Andes—

10%

Feb

5%

14
18

Class

ft May

272

8,200

3

Securities

11% May

300

1274

46% Jan

47b May

2874

(H) Distillery Ltd—
A voting—,
————
Class B non-voting
:

Jan

500

1,900

Feb

.20

2874

Corby

Jan

1274

1274

.common

10%

127a

10

1

-.*5%
15
413 - lift
10Ye 11%

10

19%

l
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Apr
■8% Mar

Jan

May

13%
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&

30

C'ooper-Jarrett

A

Industries

1,100

-

73%

2%

1.25

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Lines

20

Bailey & Selburn Oil 8c Gas—

x

89-

Jan

7V2
16

2874

Cook Paint 8s Varnish Co

Baker

18

50

43 Vz May

—

_1

3

B

18

200

__

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3

May

1%

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Retail

~8

—.
—

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1
50c
20c
10c
*

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•

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3%
;3%

Jan

10

Petroleum Corp

Cuban

7%

6%

—

Feb

66y2

1
1

19G5-—

Containers

75

.

".

Feb

25

11%
3672

Public Service
Compo Shoe Machinery—

1%

*'90

Jan

Jan

*

Commodore Hotel Inc

30%

*...-125

Jan

2 y«

10%

22 y2

24%

9%

Apr
Jan

10c

vtc.

Stone Co

&

Feb

7%

•

•

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(Can)

Ltd

6%
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2,900

5

Co

Community
101% May

—

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Caribbean

Oil Co

12,800

--

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14%
1%

Cockshutt Farm Equipment Co—
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8%

v

2,500

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Jan

77e Mar

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25 ♦
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!5V« Mar

•

Jan

i%

-

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86 %

Clayton & Lambert Manufacturing—4
Clopay Corporation
1
Club Aluminum Products Co
•
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"

14%

—1

Co

Jan

4% May
374 Jan

x82

---*

1

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Jan

*

7%

—.

Jan

Jan

47b

9%

75

.,-;

May

108%

13%

23%

y <

51

Jan

Mar

1,300

►.

9%

1%

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lc

Claussner Hosiery

8%

y

—.

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4,400

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9%

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Jan

6%

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16
'

24%

10c

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Clary

2,500.

v

4

Jan

26% Mar

3974
104

60

1ft
1%

Jan
Jan

7%

100

*

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17b

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Co

Manufacturing

Clarostat

>7

107

9% May

74

6%
8.%
1%

1

—

Controller

Clark

•v..

49%

49%

5% Feb

24

1,200

106-

.1% May

1

5,100

ft ---75

i.

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1

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Corp

ft

0,200

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1%

26 %-2648

4

„

4 "

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Cinerama

.3,600

:~9%. 10%

18

Rivet 8s Machine
Consolidated Mining

Chromalloy

Jan

1% Mar

400

..3%

—.

Chicago

Christiana

Feb

16%

*-.v

-—2
—10
2.50
10
1
5
10

Charls

Chief

2%

Feb

y.

—

100
100
-10

pfd

of America

Chamberlin Co

Mar

14

' *--.•••

Power

5,700

1

ord

B

Century Electric Co common
Century Investors Inc
Convertible preference—

9%

Inc

rets

Feb

2

500

;■

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Co common...

preferred—•
8s Light 4%

3.50%
Central

10c

Products

T

Central Maine Power Co—

3

Ihc

Steel

$5

2H

2,600

•.1ft

26%

2s 6d
——1
Casco Products common
*
Castle (A M)
& Co
10
Catalin Corp of America
1
Cenco Instruments Corp
—1
Central Hadley Corp
1
Central Illinois Secur Corp
1
Conv preference $1.50 series———'•
(J W)

Jan

4% May
7% Mar

8s Light

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.,

5

Jan

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297* May

2%

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•

412

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Feb

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1%
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14%

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14%

—1
5.50
49%
pfd——106

common—

dep

.American

Carter

8%

10peso#

Corp

Devices

Automatic

,

High

23Ya May

Jan

3%

11,000

4ft

rllS

.

1%
8%
• .1%
..'lft

Carreras Ltd—>

9%

option warrants
Plywood Corp

Audio

Jan

Co

Power

Jan

■

26%

400

30

29

30

97% Mar

130

1%

lVa

1%

—•

101%

101

101%

—•
—lOo

Corp

Atlas

2% May

1%

Atlas Consolidated Mining 8c

\t. Development

2ft Jan

Tel—

&

participating

Atlantic Coawt Indus Inc
Atlantic

6,500

1%

1

_lo

—

2%

2%

~2Vz

i

Inc

Stores

Laundries

Associate

Class

13%

147a

5

25o

Inc

Feb

2,800

15%

4%

157a

-

—1
4
—2.50
40o

Convertible

900

6% Mar

37a

•

Armstrong Rubber class A
Arnold Altex Aluminum Co

Assoc

~5% ~6

6

Carolina

Jan

4

Jan

14%

pfd—100
—8

Co 4 Ye%
Corp

Jan

18

10

Angoetura-Wupperman

3%

3,500

2.40

shares—

Arkansas Louisiana

vtc
Ltd vtc

Gas Ltd

Oil Producers

Capi^l City Products common
Carey Baxter & Kennedy Inc

90

11%

20c
.2

Anglo Amer Exploration Ltd
Anglo-Lautaro Nitrate Corp—

Oil

Canso- Natural

x23%

X33%

3
—5

Incorporated
Gil Company class A
Anacon Lead Mines Ltd
Anchor Post Products
Amur ex

Power

Canal-Randolph Corp

Apr

32

2
B
5

common

AMI

Fuel

Apr

9%

Canso

87%

11%

Co

American Thread 5% preferred
Writing Paper common

Appalachian

5%

changed to

American

Arkansas

Jan

45

Low

412

•

6c
1
—1
1

Minerals

V.'illistou

Canadian

24

•
American Natural Gas Co 6% pfd—28
American Petrofina Ino class A——1
American Photocopy Equip Co——1

"A"

Apr
Jan

5%

(effecMay22)

Petrol Corp

Seai-Kap

Feb

5%

Inc

Amer Maracalbo Co. Name

American

34%
5%

GG

Co

Meter

Apr

7%

700

76%

Felmont

—1
Ltd partic pfd__10

4,100

76%

American

Marconi

Canadian Petrofina

4ft

Range Since Jan. 1

25%

300

—

—

....

142
.2%

Canadian

5%

-100
1
Laundry Machine
—20
Manufacturing Co coin——25

American

Apr

9% May

8%

1%

Book

3% Mar
22

. ■

__

478 May

5%

1%

Industries common
5% conv pfd

Electronics

4%
4%

'to

Canadian Atlantic Oil

Apr

8%

8%

87%

American Air Filter

American

Petroleums Ltd vtc_l
Co Ltd
2
Canadian Dredge & Dock Co Ltd
*
Canadian Homestead Oils Ltd
10c

6 %

Canada Southern

*

American Beverage common
American

Jan

Jan

100

38%

38%

100
—*
15
1

Aluminum

3%

2%

100

9

9

——10
1
stock—I
—8

Inc

Co

Allied Internat'I

Jan

23% May
4% May

15%

1

convertible preferred

Apr
Jan

2

GOO

15,700

2%

*

Allied

2%

"3% "4%

-J

Alles 8s Fisher common
5 %%

Feb

20
—

100

33%

Shares

-

33%.

.31%

•
20

Cement Co Ltd common
preference

Canada

for Week

Range

of Prices
Low
High

Par

High

Low

High

V—

shares
Engineering Co
Alleghany Corp warrants
Allegheny Airlines Inc
American

All

1

Range Since Jan.

Shares

of Prices

Low

Par

Last

Sale Price

American Stock Exchange

Sales

Week's

Friday

23
SlUtAo

WEEK ENDED MAY

FOR

RANGE

/

for Week

Bang*

Sale Prioe

KxekaafC

Americas Stock

Sales

Week's

Friday

27b

4%

Jan

Jan

5% May

May

207t Mar

Jan

23% Mar

Jan

-

47a

Jan

357a Mar

30 V\

-

—

17%

17%

18

,2

—

—

1,500

Jan

1374

Jan

19

142% Jan

155

Feb

150

Mar

135

*

—

—

•

Jan

May

Number 5745

187

Volume

.

The Commercial and Financial Chronicle

.

.

(2361)

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE
Friday
STOCKS
iMriuo

Week's

Last
Ixchaar*

Sto«k

Sale Price

of Prices

Par

Edo

Corporation class A

Low

-1

—.

5

Corp common
Communications Inc

—1

Electronic

_1

500

6%

Jan

9

Feb

Industrial

IS

13,800

%

Jan

lft May

Industrial

30%

Hardware

15,300

27%

Jan

31% May

Industrial

13%

13%

200

Plywood

12

13

Corp

of

America——::—^1
5c

10

20c

12%

..

Corp

Insurance Co of North America

5

Jan

13%

104%

Feb

International

1

900

6%

Jan

Jan

International

Jan

3%

Feb

International Petroleum capital stock.*
International
Products
5

cum 1st preferred
Manufacturing Co——
Esquire Inc
i
i—.—.
Eureka Corporation Ltd
Eureka Pipe Line common

67e

14%

International Resistance Co

7,800

14%

14% May
3% Mar

2%

Jan

33%

Jan

7.

5%

Jan

7% May

1,200

9%

Jan

6%

200

5%

Jan

11% May
6% May

Jan

14% Mar

6%
11%

8% Jan

Jan
Mar

11%

11

-1

13%
101

6Q0
2,400

.6%

'

Feb
Jan

7,700

36%

36

7

10%

49,300

3

2%

-

"

1
10
1

_—

L'ro

12%

ib '. a

:.

2%

36%

2,500

2%

900

1% Mar

1%

1%

800

1%

11%

12

%

'ft

1,300
33,500

7

$1 or 25c

10

9%

9%

30

9

a72

41% Mar

Apr

%

Jan

Apr

12

Jan

101% 104%

2,750

90%

Jan

3,900

10 Va

Jan

15

May

31%

Oil

Iowa

Royalty

Public

Iron

18%

46%

48%

63,100

9%

1,300

9

~4

3%

S.4C

9%

10%

Co

3.90%

2%

2%

80%

80%

13

•

Irving Air

3%

Jan

4%

Jan

7%

Jan

2

Jan

10% Apr
2% Feb

Feb

80% May

74%

13%

2,800

8%

Jan

3%

200

2%

Apr

3% Jan

11%

12%

3,100

8

Jan

12% May

H

1

Corp

lO'/a Jan

3%

5,200

1

Chute
Israel-American Oil

Jan

May

Apr

7%

50

13

19 '/a
49 Va

900

pfd—100

11% Mar

Feb
Feb

2,800

2%

Manufacturing vtc

Jan

32

2,300

10%

Inc

Apr

2% May
1% Apr
105
May

18%

1

10c

a.

Service

Fireman

Ironrite

11%

18%

33'Ac

Company

Investors

10%

*

20

12

10c

Israel-Mediterranean Petrol Corp Inc.lc

%

%

10,500

%•

15'/a Mar

Jan

1

Apr

% May

A Jan

Jan

Jan

Intex

Inc

Machinery

High

12% Mar

48%

Breweries

Cigar

Low

16%

11%

7%

1%

.100

Range Since Jan. 1

High

15%

"l%

10,800

92

1
10c
1

commoiu-——

$2 convertible preferred——
1
Erie Forge & Steel Corp common

Inc

Shares

2%

50c
25c

2%

; 11%

pfd——100

Empire Millwork Corp~

Equity

Co

15%

6%

•

-

Empire District Electric 5'?e>

Mfg Co

for Week

t

of Priees

Low

1

6%

2'A

.

Inc

2

6%

Inc__—:

% Mar

Enterprises

Sales

Range

Sale Price
Par

7%

12

Electronics

Last

High

11% Feb

Week's

Friday

STOCKS
LOW

'

El-Tronics

Emery Air Freight Corp

33

American Stock Exchange

29%

13%

Eleelrograpbic

MAY

li!

30%

Snare

1ENDED

12

common

&

week

'7%

IS

Bond

for

Range Since Jan. 1

High

'

Electric

RANGE
1

Shares

'

1

Elder Mines Limited—

Sales
for Week

Range

¥
Factor

(Max)

Fairchild

shs

12%

14%

16.900

24%

24%

24%

2,400

15 ;

beneficial

1

int—

Firth

Hi

Motor

1% Jan

6fS

6%

7"i\r

20,800

1

Corp..

5Va Jan

7%

7%

7%

10,000

6%

Jan.

6%
8 A

6%

6%

7% May
7% May

6,700

5%

Jan

7

i

—

7%

8V4

21,200

7

Feb

-9%

9%

Jan

10% May
8% Feb

1

"6%

1

—

6%

*

4,000

78%

1,000

Class

♦

Ford

voting,..

Motor

.

—

Jan

68

Jan

67

—

£1

rets ord leg——
Brewing Co
—
Fresnillo
(The)
CompanyFuller (Geo A)
Co_

5

Head

1

5

ft

Apr
Jan

81% May

Jan

80

Feb

5%

4,100

4%

Feb

1%

1%

5% May

6,400

1%

Jan

2

Mar

6 Va

6%

1,700

5%

Jan

7

Feb

300

15%

Jail

-

6 'A "

17%

.

Feb

5'A

1%

i

May

1%

6% Apr

Ltd—

Co

American dep

Fox

00 *-4

17%

Jupiter

18%

Feb

'•

Galkeno

5%

Ltd

Mines

Gatineau

Power

1

Mfg

Co

General

Alloys

General

Supply Corp
5% Convertible preferred—
General. Development Corp

General

1

18%

dep rets ord rcg—

16%
18-%

25c

21'A

preferred

16%
18

16%

100

19%

-

20%

21%

100

Alden

Glenmore

Union Co Inc

(Adolf)
Seal

A——

Inc___

Products

*

——.—1

10c

Feb

7%

Apr

3,000

9%

Jan

xl4%

Feb

Manufacturing Co
16%
Manufacturing common
4
Grand Eapids Varnish ..I
1
Gray Manufacturing Co—
—A.—5

100

2%

5%

6>

24%

Atlantic

Non-voting

Pacific

&

.

19%
24%

200

700

23%

Great

Oil &

6%

Financial

Western

Great

Kawneer

Producers

Kidde

Freehold

Kill-Ark

Films

Gulf

—60c

Klein

(S)

Kleinert
Knott

Land

Common

2%.

9c

A

1

Feb

B American

&

2%

2%
21%

50

7%

2% May

Jan

500

320

Jan

1%

2,300

133

Lamp Co
Harbor Plywood
Corp..
Harnlschfeger Corp

Jan

3,200

Jan

3%

18% Feb

194,000

2%

Hartfield

Stores

Hartford

Electric

4%

—

Harvard

Investors

5

1,000

Inc—

Heller

5%

Jan

9% May
20% May

3% May
6

Jan

4%

Gallon

Radio

&

<R)

Class

Hofmann

f ■*

■

7 Va

Hurd

&

Hydrometals

Apr
Jan
Jan

10

May
Feb

60% May
3% Feb
3% May
4% Apr

1%

Feb

'A

15.700

2%

Jan

4% May

6,000

30%

Jan

7%

1,100

37% May
8% Jan

25%

24

450

74
2

2

-

__

22

6% Jan
24

Feb

28%

Jan

Jan

96

Feb

20

67% Jan

80

Mar

l'A

1,000

16% Jan

22%

Apr

4%

3,700

5%

Jan

2'A

21%

800

22

4 %

2

Jan

•'

7% '
2% -

•'

23%

•

Mar

2%

Jan

700

18%

Apr

7%

7%

500

6%

Feb

2'A

__

2'A

7% May

1.100

2%

Feb

2%

Jan

7%

7%

4.400

7% May

10%

Jan

2%

22%

%

2%

1,200

24

%

2

Jan

2,100

20% Jan

9,000

13

% Mar

*

i

2%

38%

39

Apr

25

May

3%
24

Feb

_

lnc___

Inc

Chemical

American

500

31%

Jan

39

19,700

14%

Jan

20 3

16,300

14%

Jan

20% May

19 V4

24%

25

900

18%

128

*

32

98

Va

50%

31%.
98

32
98

19% Mar

25

17

Feb

ord

50%

Jan

56

Mar

115%

Jan

130

Apr
Apr

1,100
'A

70

*

27

Jan

34%

96

Jan

Jan

54 Va Mar

52%

50%

6,500

53%

54%

41%

Feb

5

6Va

1,300

4%

Jan

11'4.

10%

11'A

1,800

8%

Jan

12%

11%. 12%

4.500

7%

Jan

300

15%

Feb

Refineries

Le

footnotes

see

page




35.

class

(R

Tourneau

10%

100

5%

5%

2,000

6

18'A

7

18'A

6
42

43%'

14%

14'A

2.000

14%

6

6

89

90

10,300
900
I

100
30

5

Feb

39%

Feb

13

Jan

5%

2

2%
7%

Jan

Jan

2

200

B

5

5%

5%

5%

7,100

5%

500

20%

X20%

102

May
Jan

7

May
11% May
13% May
19% Mar

6%

11% Apr
17'A May

Jan

3%

2,300

6%

xl8

Mar

5% May
12

Jan

May

2V2 Jan

Jan

3%

7'A May

Locke

G)

Lynch

4% Apr

800

13%

Jan

15

May

800

19% May
x9% Feb

27

Jan

100

10

9

137/a Apr
10
Apr
6% May

Jan

6%

53,000

2%

3%

7,800

2V4 Jan

12%

1,500

11%

Jan

13%

lan

42

42

30

Jan

45 Va

May

1

50

3%

2%

10

6

2,900

2%

200

6

15

15

6

1%

3% May

Jan

3% May

5% Jan

125

1%

1
—1

4'A Jan

13 Va

6

Jan

1

Jan

100

12

Feb

14 Va

37%

Jan

49

May

25% Jan

33

-«»b

12%

12%

30c

49

45%

49

26

26

26 Va

200

8%

9%

6,600

9

8%

9

2,400

8%

9%

9%

9%

2,575

10

800

l7/a

8% Feb

!>
Tit

•h Apr

2

Corp

9%.

.

Jan

15'A May

2,000

2.50

Co

5% May
7y8 Jan

Jan

12%

5

(The)

3%

15

-5%

6%
3

12%

1

Inc

5'A Apr
17% Mar

300

20%

10

—3

Lodge & Shipley (The) Co
Longines-Wittnauer Watch Co
Louisiana Land & Exploration
Lunkenheimer

14%

25c

A—

Chain

Steel

5%

1
5

4% Jan
16% Apr

-5

Inc

M

14,800

7%

Feb

Jan

xlO'A Feb

Apr

Truck

warrants

Inc

10c

Sporting Goods

50c
7

Corporation

Oil

Magna

Public

Service

Co

Rubber

&

-5

Jan

9Va

Jan

10% May
% Jan

6%

2,800

67/a May

19 Va

20%

2,300

4%
15%

Jan

20%

Jan

14

14

14

800

13%

Jan

20% May
15% Jan

59

63

170

30%

Jan

69% May

17%

17

17%

3,000

13%

Jan

17% May

6%

1
*

Co

.

H

International Marine

Marconi

Communication

*
3

Inc

10

Inc common
Aircraft
Corp

Jan

x8%

8

8
10%

Va

1,900

6

1,500

7%

Jan

12,200

3H

Jan

10%

Jan

8% May
13

May
14% Apr

13% Mar

1

W)

(J

3 if

£1

Ltd

Co

Industries

Mays

.*

■

1

Publications Inc

Macfadden

5
*

27%
36%

27

28'A

35%

37

1,800

33

1

51%

50%

52%

9,400

43 %

Jan

53 % May

1
1
—1

5%

5%

6 Va

24,600

4'A

Jan

6'/a May

100

\l

Jan

13 Mar

1

34%

33%

36*

6,900

24'A

Jan

36% May

5
Michigan Chemical Corp
1
Michigan Plating & Stamping Co—1
Michigan Sugar Co common—
1
6%
preferred
—
—10

16%
18%
3%

16

16%

1,200

15% Jan

19

Feb

17%

19

13

19

May

McDonnell
McKee

(A G)& Co common

Johnson & Co—

Mead

Menasco

Mfg Co
x.
Merchants Refrigerating Co
Island

Merrill

Mining Corp Ltd

Metal & Thermit Corp—

Micromatic Hone Corp—
Middle

States

Midland

Oil

Mid-West

Midwest
Miller

Piping

Wohl

Mining

8% Jan

10'A May

1,200

9

Mar

10% Mar

12%

79,900

8'/a Jan

12'/a May

Clemens

1% Apr

10%

125

10%

Feb

12

10%

11

800

7%

Jan

12% May

23

22%

23

3,600

5
•

5%

1,000

33%

75

5'A

50c

33

50

preferred

BOVa Jan
4% Mar
32

Jan

23
,

May
"eh

5% May
33% Mar

11'A

11%

1,000

5% pfd
100
Company——10c

100%

Jan

104

21%

21

21%

400

17%

Jan

22

1

16%

15%

16%

2,900

12%

Jan

1

1%
24%

Vr

1%

22,600

16% May
l'A Feb

23 Va

25 Va

45.100

16

Feb

25 Va

10%

11%

8,800

6

Feb

11'A May

*

Service

common

1

—

Metal Products

cumulative preferred
Mount Vernon Mills Inc

States Tel

&

Apr
May

May

91

40

87

Mar

92

Feb

30

84% Feb

100

May

92

50

89 Va

92

Jan

163

163

90%

43%
2

44%
2

500

75
200

157

Feb
Jan

37%
2

163 y4 May

Jan

-44% May

Apr

3% Feb

4
2.50

10%

10

—100

Tel

U J»n

11% May

92

1

6%

1

9% Jan

98 Va 100

100
B—100

100
Montgomery Ward &; Co class A
*
Moody Investors participation pfd—•

Muskegon

1,200

%

10%

Monongahela Power Co—
4.40% cumulative preferred
i
4.80% cum preferred series
4.50% preferred series C

124%

124

1

27%

11

10

2 Va

Jan

3% Feb

May

13% Feb

Jan

124% May

500

-%

1,000

28%

4,300

20%

Apr

28% May

100

21 Va

Jan

27% May

25%

25%

5

2,700

124 Va

f.V

—1

25%

6

6%

25

25%

112%

% Jan

600

5%

Jan

400

18%

Jan

7,300

2%

Jan

%

7

Apr

common

Feb

3%

3%

15%

14%
2%

2%

100

2%

Apr

6%

6%

6%

800

6 ye

Apr

3

Company

2.50
10
50c

10

Piston Ring common

Muskogee Co common
Muter

4,200

10 V*
X9

1%

H

Public

Mountain

1%

9%
11%

Molybdenite Corp (Can) Ltd
Molybdenum Corp of America

Mt

4'/a Jan

9'A

10%

Pwr & Light

Warrants

May

3% Mar
1% Jan

10%

common

Aluminum

Missouri

9Va May

IOV2

1

of Canada

Corp

Minnesota

Jan

■

Feb

12%

Co

Co

200

28 Va Mar

40

preferred—*

common

conv
:

convertible

4%<y7

Mirro

$1

11,300

3%

3%

Jan
Mar

50c

Petroleum

Corp

Abrasive

22%

8

""% "%

1

5%

5%

5%

1,100

6

Apr

7'A Feb

1

3%

3%

3%

6,400

3

Jan

3% May

1%

Jan

2

4

25% May
4
May

N
Nachman

Corp.

Namm-Loeser's

Napco

1

Inc

Industries Inc

1

National Alfalfa Dehydrating

Milling
National

Co
Bellas

Hess

common

Brewing Co (Mich)
National Casket Company
National Electric

National

Affg

Weld

Machines.

& Stores common

Petroleum

Ltd

Apr

National

44% May
14 % May

National

Starch

National

Steel

Feb

6

Apr

84% Jan

90

May

Rubber

Inc

Transit

common

21

13%

Apr

15'A May
3%
10

Feb
Jan

18%

21%

2,720

17

Jan

'an

21% May
Feb

Jan

16%

Jan

11% May

16%

16 Va

2,000

11%

11%

11%

100

10%

m

2-r'ir

10,700

1%

9%

9%

200

13%

13%

14 V*

1,100

14%

500

27'A

27%

400

26%

Apr

31 % Mar

*

23%

23%

23 Va

100

21%

Apr

23 Va May

10c

8%

8%

9

15,600

5%

Apr

9'A May

1

3%

3%

3%

500

3%

Apr

4% Jan

1

16%

1
2

2

14

10

common—1

Ltd

National Telefilm Associates
National

5

1

Machinery
Products

Car

600

1

25c

Presto Industries

15 %

&

National

National Research Corp.

6 %

42%

16%
10%

Jan

May

4'A Jan
% Jan

Feb

12 % Mar

500

8

Liberty Fabrics of N Y
5'k cumulative preferred

National

(Canada) capital stdck
•
Imperial Tobacco of Canada
5
Imperial Tob of Gt Brit & Ireland—£1
Indianapolis Pwr <fc Light 4% pfd__100
For

16%

16%

Jan

A Mar
9%

Feb

3%

May

43%

5

£1

reg

16 %

5%

50c

Realty

19% May

75

.350
■>

128% :128%
*

May
May

10

19'A

50%

4

Industries-

dep rets

18%

5

Murray Ohio Mfg Co

20%

5

Imperial Oil

3,900

10

common

Lecourt
Leonard

National

Imperial

3,300

13

Jan

3

4,900

%

■

2

University

Feb

20%

2.50

Hygrade Food Products

Lear

Extension

3%

18%-

»

Securities

3%

—

Muntz TV Inc

19%

24%

2

11%

—

Murphy Corporation—

19%

100

Refining
1_
Manufacturing Co

Salle

Feb

19%

•
;

Inc common

La

Jan

•

15

1%

M

Co

1%

*

10
*

&

Jan

Jan

37%

.-7%

4%

5

Bearing Co

preferred
Oil

-

34'A

20%

60c

Inc

Lock

2%

2% Mar
1 Va

4

72

-

•

—

25c

:

Hormer (Geo A t & Co__
Horn <fe Hardart
Baking Co_
Horn & Hardart common

Humble

400

2%

86

—2.50

:

Hydro-Electric

•

•

*

1

:

common—

(Harvey)

2,200

3'A

~4
;•

24%

1

Home Oil Co Ltd class A

Hubbel!

56

3'A

3

.

*

5%

7

550

00%.

*

3'A

4%

Holophane Co

Horder's

8% Mar

20%

1

&

31% Mar

Jan

1

Holly Stores Inc

Ball

"*

37%

25c

i,

Class B

18%

Feb

10c

.

Inc

Hollinger Consol Gold Mines.—
Holly Corporation—i__J

Hoover

Jan

27%

1,100

2%

6

Inc

12 Va

800

.

8Va

~

100

common

Industries

2,700

29

60

"4

!*

;

common:

& Co Inc

17'A

28%

100

Electronics

A

5% Mar

-

25c

Hevi-Duty Electric Co
Higbie Mfg Co common
Hoe

•

3%;

*

pfd

Products

9,300

—

10c

:

Henery Holt & Co
Hercules
Herold

10 :

>8%

1

,_r.

-

preferred..

1%

—'—10c

common.—.,

5 %%

& Co

•

60%

1

_*

Rubenstein

(WE)

Sessions

&

Jan

Jan

1,600

1

Foundry Corp
of Delaware

3

21% May
8% Jan

7,200

8'A

2

—

Corp

Mining Co__

Helena

17

28'/a *

9% :

25

.

2'A

2 Va

•

2% May

3%

Masscy-Ferguson Ltd

4% Mar

Jan

10%

Lanston Industries Inc

Feb

16%

*

1

'jj.

Havana Lithographing Co
Hazel Bishop Inc

Hecla

2 Va

_2
1

:

Inc.

Hastings Mfg Co__
Hathaway Industries Inc..

Hazeltine

—lOo

—

Light—*.

Lakey

Lamson

Maule

Apr

2

1% Feb

%

3%

12'/a Apr
12'A May

3,900

10%

—75 pesos
1

Lamson Corp

Jan

Jan
Jan

*

...

10

,

2

Jan

Jan

2,400

1

Ltd

Mines

Feb

1%

2% Feb
6%

May

—

Co

1%

Apparel Inc

Shores

44

Jan
Jan

18

9
'•

50c

.

Machine

N1%

May

Mar

33V3C

11,500

H
H

2%

9%

100

11

7.50

2%

*3 V* _3%

3%

2%

2%

Mesabi Iron Co

Gypsum Lime <fc Alabastine

Hull

Lake

24%

37%

25y2 Jan

10%

5

Consolidada S A

La

21

123%

20 % May

800

1

Stores

Maine

:

10c

2%

2%

1

Mages

*—

5

common

Inc

2%

5

L'Aiglon

Apr

110

227/a May

V

i.1

Kroop (The) Forge Co.
Krueger Brewing Co..

21%

5,100

Jan

400

Mangel Stores common
Manischewitz (The B) Co

4%

—"

11%

Co

Feb

7%

.

11%

Corp

Jan

4%

.

———

Rubber

B)

7%

21.%

,

^7%

11

4% May

18 Va

1,500

11Va

Inc_i_„

7%

3,300

23

lOYs Jan

Jan

300

11

Corp class A

1G% Jan

Industries—

&

(I

Hotels

22%

21%

23

20c

Dept Stores

Jan

1 %

Feb

1

Jan

40

Jan

2%
95

10

.

1.25

Company

6

1%

30

Leases

Company

States

Oil

5

39%

50c

Company
Stores Products

Grocery
Guild

40

7%

Jan

Jan

2% May
6% Mar

1% Mar

2ft Mar

11%

Kirkland Minerals corp Ltd

Mack

241

4

Feb

2,100
'

5

Kingsford Company
Kingston Products
Kir by Petroleum Co—

Jan

725

Apr

liS

6,100

4%
100

22%

-5

200

317

2%

2.50
10c

Co

&

9,600

.129% 129%

■~1% '

1

Inc.

Griesedieck

(Del).

Inc

(Walter)

7 V

2

1

Co

Co

Hydraulics—,—"

Gridoil

Co

Kennedy's

0

8%
100

25c

7%

304

500

8,900

2%

4

4

1

Kawecki Chemical Co

Mansfield Tire

preferred series A

Greer

2%
308

&%

Katz Drug Company

6%

100

Chemical

Western

Jan

19%

Jan
Jan

4

Corp

& Company—,—
50c
Gas & Electric 4% 1o pfd—100

Kansas

13

%

2-fV

(D)

6%

"6%

•

1st preferred—u.

7-%

Great Lakes

8% Mar
9%

5% Mar

Tea—

stock

common

400

8,000

19%

..

10c

—

5,900

U

Apr

■

11% May
17'A Jan

15% May
1% Apr

ft

.

._

Great

4

1,200

2 %

%

15%

5%

1

Industries Inc

7% Mar

2,700

2%

A__

cl

100 % May
7% May

8%

16%

Jan

Jan

11%

15%

Mines—

—

24%

ilr Jan

1,200

16,400

16%

16%

Feb

Jan

6 Va Mar

93%

7%

7%

Goodman

Amer

25

1

107-

11%

Gorharn

Great

100

18%

19% May

Feb

7

7%

_5

Corp

Consolidated

Jan

% May
17% Jan

7%

Wernicke Industries

3oldfieId

11%

7

1

B

Globe

Gold

45% Mar

7

11.

.

class

Globe
Gobel

x29% May
16 % May

:___

___,

Corp

Distillers

7%

3% May

16% May
19% May

5ft Jan

'8,100

*

Jan

Feb

100

1

common.:

1%

Apr

9,800

.

27/a

2^

Feb

Apr

Jan

8%

2%

common

Feb

2%
7

May

12

46,200

%

-

•

5,400

%

•

%

J*

.

Giant Yellowknife Gold Mines—

Glen

37%

107

Jan

1% Jan

200

68,200

*

Gilbert

(A Cj
Gilchrist
Co

17,100

16%
19'

X29%

*

preferred—

$5

1

4%

50c
1

^General Stores corporation—
Transistor Corp

$4.60

600

16%

5

General

Georgia Power

1%

£1

Indus

General

4%

18

-

May
36% May

Mar

900

3~

•2%

•:

1

Jan
Mar

6%

1

2%

Fireproofing common
Enterprises
L_.
Plywood Corp common.:

General

5%

Vv

Ltd—

Co

Jan

2

com__l
—25

_—

American

2,500

A
28

105

*

Co

Electric

1,200

1

warrants—jA"

Corp

Builders

General

U
3618

35%

100

common——

Acceptance

15

*

common—

preferred—--

Gellman
General

Industries

Kaltman

Kobacker

,

Co

1

-15c

Co

Ltd

K
Kaiser

Knox

G

Glass

Oils

26% Mar
28

Canada-

of

Class A non-voting____.—
B

14% May
26

2.50

Inc

Co

Flying Tiger Line Inc^_
Ford

11,300

_10o

Sterling' Inc—
<M

300

1%

—1

Fargo Oil? Ltd—_________i—..—,
Felmoht Petroleum Corp

Fishman

15%

1%

-1

•

General

Jeannette

Feb

1%

—30

$2 preferred' i—t—_—
Faraday Uranium. Mines Ltd

Financial

9

19 %

Associates-

Sugar

of

12%

1

Instrument—

&

Fajardo Eastern
Common

—1

& Co class A

Camera

9

12%
13

Jan

2*«

Jan

Jan

11% Mar

Apr

15% May

Apr

18% Jan

33

Financial Chronicle

The Commercial and
34

.

.

Monday, May 26, 1958

.

(2362)

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE
Friday
STOCKS

22 %

1%

600

22

22Tb

1,000

10%

800

1%

5

Neptune Meter common
Nestle-Le Mur Co common

1%

1

1

14,500

ft Jan

1% Feb

7,500

18% Jan
7Vb Jan
ft Jan

21%

20%

22

12%

11%

1%

1%

12%
1ft

20,800

Tu

1%

7,200

1ft

"1%

000

94
Apr
1% Feb

300

11% Jan

ft

1

4,900

■

New Process Co common——.

—II l
——

Superior Oils
Yoik Auction Co
New York &! Honduras
New

»

common-

New

New

CzIH.SS

North

RR

Penn

4'%

4Tb

4%

14,400

4%

Apr

3

2%

3

9,500

2%

Apr

6

6

6%

1,300

5% Apr

28Tb

500

28%

4%

4Tb

4%

2,200

4% Apr

3 Lii

3%

4%

6,100

2% Jan
4% Apr

5 Tb

5%

65%

66%

92Tb

92%

93%

160

1

—

5 Va

65 %

.100

pfd

3 Tb

3ft
2ft

3%

27,300

2%

8,600

1ft Apr

3,100
00

'7

65%

Apr
89% Jan
2%

Apr

1%

1Tb

1%

900

1% Jan

ft 1T«

1Tb

l!b

3,600

1Tb Apr

—

b

p.—

■

2 %

—

of America

Apr
Mar
Mar
Jan
May
Jan
Jan
96
Apr
4(,\ Feb
3ft Feb
1% Feb
1 % Jan

Jan

2 6

.-25

Ltd

7%
32%
30%
5%
4%
6%
72

Jan

26

-10
i

Co

A

4% Jan

1

—

Corp

Class

6.000

._50

Northspan Uranium Mines
Warrants

6%.

::io

rrrr-M-n

.!>«»...■■-»;

Northern Ind Pub Serv 4'A c/o

Nuclear

~0%

.

Western

Metals Inc
Securities Corp General
Sceburg (The; Corp
Seeman Bros Inc.
Sentry Corp—
.
—
Serrick Corp class B_.
Servo Corp of America
Seaporcel

Oil

Ogden

Corp

Ohio Brass

Company

common
Co class B

Ltd

Oils

Okalta

Okonitc Company
Old

common

preferred

Power 4%%

Ohio

common

Corp common

Town

40c cumulative

:

8%

ft-

2%

8% i

9

175

230

101

1%
'50%

1%

13,000

64%

63

'

7.

52%

9,800

2%

100

100

\

2,000
775

1 ft

52Tb

100

2%

2%

Feb

2% May

Apr
60% Jail

11% Apr
66% May
102
Jan
1ft Feb
62
Feb
2'aMar

2

8%

95% Jan
1% Jan
50% May
1% Feb

4% Apr
12% Apr

3Tb Jan

-7
1

.preferred

Inc

Omar

2%

1
00c
•
100
.—00c
25
-1

11%

53%

1,050

im

14%

200

3%

O'okiep Copper Co Ltd Amer shares_10s
Securities,..
—■
Oxford Electric Corp—
—
1

1,075

48%

53 %

12

3%

1,500

Overseas

7% Jan
40

Jau

11

Jan
Apr

25

r

3% Jan

57

20%

5%

redeemable 1st preferred

5Yo

28%

26%

26%

26 Ta

25%

26

25%

1st preferred—25
4.50 l/o
1st preferred—25
4.36% redeemable 1st preferred—25
Pacific Lighting $4.50 preferred
•
$4.40 dividend cum preferred
•
$4.75 dividend preferred
•
$4.75 conv dividend preferred
•
$4.36 dividend preferred
•
redeemable
redeemable

Airlines
Pacific Petroleums Ltd
Pacific

Pacific Power & Light

5%

Petroleum

pfd

(C A)

Pentcpec Oil (C A l
Paramount

Penn

of

Traffic

Corp

Co

Aircraft

19 V»

18%

19,900

•ft

%

1%

i%

Mar

102

28% May
4% Feb

%

Jan

21

91% Jan

■

4,ZOO

65

Mar

5

Mar

6%
5%

v
,

15

100

141.V

Fph

ifUi,

14%

14%

500

14

jfS

15% Mav

5%

2,700

RVo

3,500

6%
5%.

4%

.

Jan

'

300

55%

56 To

300

47

Tan

56

18%

18%

200

16%

Anr

19

Vi

1ft

7,900

~5 Vu

"5%

1,800

ki/

ZJU

-it/

it Jan.,.
ft T-ln

r

2%

2'/»

...

6%

;

~1%
66%

6%

10

24%

25o
.1

*•

20c

Power Corp of Canada common-,..
Prairie Oil Royalties Ltd

1

ft

1

:

%
on

14

1

9

•

—

1 A

'

ot/4
2 \4

6 /a Mar

18% Jan

1,300

1%

400

col/

A

Jan

ci*
6/4

200

KK3'3 iojF

3,200

3ft

50

1,800
27,500
900

9To

3,500

Co

co

i/
a.v

Apr

common

5

^
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to»F

rt
v!!
.i/fwJX

•
5
1

15%

15

15%

50O

lS^i Jan

26%

20%

27%

8,800

16% Mar

27% May

■

ft

5ft

x88

Jan

May

1,800

a1"

.

fij'o

Mav

4i<r-May
—

^

1

——

17%

18

'

17%

$1.25 convertible preferred
Reda Pump Co

20

18%

17%

9,700

50

7 Tb

1,150
-700

7%
18%

1,000

"%

1

Oil Corp—
Co—

50c
——10

40%

1

8%

Republic Industrial Corp

1
;

11

16% May

n

6%

%

8%

40 Tb

Thiokol

9T4 Feb

1,300

18% Jan

Thorofare

17% Jan

Thriftimart

%

6%

20,700

1%

1%

1,200

2

2%

2,800

41%

Jan

Tb
2

Jan

Jan
Jau

6Tb

9

9

1

3

2%

3%

4,TOO

2vs

Jan

100

85

83%

85%

80

82 /a

Jan

2%

2 Tb

8,600

1Tb

Jan

1965

pfd F

Inc

1

Rolls Royce Ltd—
American jdep rets ord reg
Roosevelt Field Inc

Jan

Jan

500

8/2

Jan

i

10,8 Mar

£1

Russeks

Fifth Ave

300

12

13

page

a

May

5Tb

5%

500

4%

Jan

6Ve May

6Tb

6

6Tb

17,500

4%

Jan

10%

10%

10%

900

Jan

7
Mar
11% Jan

11%

11% May

May

20% Apr

;,

Jan

1-

.

Apr>

29% May

Feb~

44Tb May

ft

43a

4

4',4

7,700
8,700

9Tb

8Tb

9%

A

"

1,000

2% Jan

Jan.y

.Y*, Jan
? f

41%, Apr

Jan-,
Mar

2

25,200

% Apr

ft': 3%; Jan
8Tb

Tb May

;

,

•,

4Tb May

,

10% Feb

Jan-

33

13%

14%

6,890

11Tb

21%

20Tb

21Tb

1,400

16% Mar

39%

391

397b

3,500

32% Jan..

Jan

May

21% May

Mar..

95
a

Feb

15

31% Apr
14%

115% Jan

•

40% Apr ;
'
"

4%

4 "

4%

1Tb-

2

2,500

•

lTi Feb

3Tb Jan

.

27% Fely

27% Feb-7%

17%

35%

35 Vb

36

7Tb May
6% Mar"

5% Jen--

900

5%

15%

5% Jan

22,600

7%

5%

17%

2,000,
3,700

17Tb May

; 12 TV Jan

„

31

:

36 Tb May

Jan

56Tb Apr
26% Jan

Jan

Mac;'

25

600

Jan

ft 6

3Tb Feh

5,100

1Tb

3%. Apr

Jan'.

3%

26%

25%

26%

25%

25%

25%

47

4734

200

23%

23%

23%

1,300

21% Mar

227a

22Tb

23

300

21% Mar

23% Apr

21 Tb Mar

23Tb May

\

25T*May
45%- Jan
ft "42
Jan

700

2%

400

3

3

10Tb

65%

24Tb Jan

3% Jan

Jan

6

May.

1Tb

Feb

-.ft;. 8% Mar

.'Feb

X51

12

ft

9.3,b Jan

300

66

25% May
.52%, Apr
48% Apr.-

■

"

.

66

ft

'

!

100

10Tb

66 r

'

1

Jan

May

2% Feb

2%

600

rlVb

900

Tb

Jan

lfo Mar

6

6 Tb

1,200

4Tb

Jan

65a May

4%

5%

2'< (OUIl

4Tb Mar

5Tb May

-ft. 2% -Feb

2

2

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5

2%

2%

100

9%

8%

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3,000

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23%

50

7%

7%

7,200

13%

800

56 %

1,000

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2,700

19

5.500

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13%

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55
10

9 Tb

19

183i

7

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2%

2 Tb

143

4

15%

5,900

57 Vb

60%

-

14%

ll%

3% Feb
46%
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2%

60% May

Jan

13 % May

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1%

Jan

21!' May

400

15 Vb

Jan

18% May

17%

18%

31%

34

15%

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28%

1,600

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.

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.

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33b

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3,500

;

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2%

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3%

3%

3%

153b

16

15%

15 Tb

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2,200

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May
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2
16

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24,600

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'

300

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1%

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,

4% May
.

..

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1
1

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11%

12%

17,400

3

23b

3%

1,700

2%

Jan

«

3

700

2%

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3%

__

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27%

28%

1.600

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5%

700

2%

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3% Feb

43b

4%

4%

3%

3

3%

.

28% May
Apr

Markets

3% Feb /
3% May

Cuba

Trans

Lux Corp

Triangle Conduit & Cable Co
Tri-Continental warrants

40Tb

Trunz

-pwo

3Vb

Jan

Apr

5%

2%

2%

2%

1,100

2

2%

2

2%

11,600

1

99 Vb

99%

1

6

ft
•

963 b

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J

-

Mar

5Tb May
2Tb Jan
2% May

ii May
101

May

19Tb May

25% Mar

14,300

38% Jan

46%

Tb

200

4

Jan

'

Jan

Feb

1% Feb
17
Feb

15

700

20%

Jan

25% Mar

19%

Jan

24%

1,200

10Tb

Jan

15% May

Jail

1?6

22Tb

15

1,700

2

24 Vs

23%

•

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24%

1.650

98

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126

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126

192

91

91

91%

200

88%

6%

Apr

Feb

2}I May
Apr
•

Jan

2%

23b

2%

900

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2Tb May

4%

3Ti

4%

1,600

2%

Jan

4% May

10 V*

10%

10%

2Tb

2%

2Tb

5,600

%

ft

17,400

400

9%

Jan

2% Jan
%

Apr

12

Jan

3%

Feb

1Tb

Jan

4%

Jan

3%

3%

600

3%

20%

20 %

20'b

700

18 Vb

Feb

20%

20%

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20 3 4

23,300

13%

Jan

21% May

1,000

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Apr

73/8

37«

17% Xl8

Jan

xl8

Jan

May

29 Vb Mar

7%

7%

2,200

6Tb

30%

Jan

6 Vb May

8%

Jan

.

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U
Chemical Corp
Union Gas Co of Canada
Union Investment Co
Union Stock Yards of Omaha.
Unexcelled

May

8

Jan

25

1,-R°9

1

6

6

Jan

ft

-

41% May

1.300

447b

1

Jan';

17,500

10

ft

17%

...

Jan

21,000

5 Va

10
*

Inc

Guys

16

5%

from Harrison Inc——_10c

True Temper Corp

16% May

Feb

34 Vb

433 b

50c
1
•

Oil Co class A

Trans

Jan

5,400

43%

—25c
1

Inc

4

12%

133

41 Vb

20

10c
—10

Inc

TV

19%

Tonopah Mining of Nevada
1
Tower Acceptance Corp class A
1
Trans Caidbbean Airways class A—10c
Trans Cont Industries Inc
1

3% May

2%

1




10

a

2%

1

35.

.

—

500

1,200

7
39

5
—*
4
20

6

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8%

%

80

83b
20%

,

15Tb Apr

Apr
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'

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May

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14%

Apr

14

Jan

38,100

18%

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15
Apr
15% Apr

Jan

2%

33%

1%

5% Mar

.

.

12

-

3

3% Jan
15TV May

4% Jan.

131

500

,

Apr
Feb

8% Feb

.

,

13% May

...

■

15

Jail

6%- Jan
213

6TV Apr

...

825

::

33/a

Feb

Jan;

1% Jan

300

15%

Feb

113

.

200

gov;

Apr

56% May
12% Jan
19May

4% Apr;-

,

300

8%
3 Vb

Mar

8

17

Apr

'"•45% Jan9% Apr
15% Jan

700

7 Vb

10% Mar
26

5°/a Jan

13%

31,7no

3 Vb

3Tb Apr

.

Jan

22% Mar

900

2 Tb

~4%

20

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1.25

Company
Ryan Aeronautical Co
Ryan Consolidated Petroleum
Ryerson & Haynes common
see

13

5%

•

common

C)

For footnotes

13

Feb

2% May

1

Carpet

(The F

13

3,4 May
86%

30c

Company
Royalite Oil Co Ltd—
Russell

2%

1.50

Roosevelt Raceway Inc

Roxbury

.ftft % Apr

.

300

%

.

Apr

1Tb

3

Jan

May

1

Sons

\

32

.

9% May

Vtc

Rochester Gas & Elec 4%

Feb

36

Jan

...36

2%

5

Inc
1
Tobacco Security Trust Co Ltd—
Amer deposit rets ord registered—£1
Amer deposit rets def registered
5s
Todd Shipyard Corp common
20
Toledo Edison 4%%
preferred—^
100

Tilo

IS Jan

ft Mar
34
4%

5%

1%
2%

% Jftn

Jan

Corp

,

Jan

Feb

Ex-li-juidating distribution
Grande Valley Gas Co—
3

Chemical

17

7%

1

;

Thompson-Starrett Co Inc
70c convertible preferred

•

•

pfd

Thew Shovel Co common

1978 Feb

2,800

9

1
25c

Texas Power & Light $4.56

52T2Mar

26,700

ft
39%-

—1
—20c

Co

Jan

Rio

Jan

Calgary

6% Mar

Ridgeway Corp—

&

7

Corporation

Oil

Texam

18/a May

Jan

45/4

400

50o

Ltd

Rico Argentine Mining Co

(I)

10

cumulative preferred—

16%

300

1

Co

Remington Arms Co inc

Rokeach

o

-5

Technicolor Inc common
Tel-A-Sign Inc
-

Tin

6% Jan

;

„

17

17%

to

17

5,400

44

%

.

Talon Inc class A common
Class B common

Texas

49%

extended

,42%

43%

*
1

25c

>100

27Tb

J

—

Symington Wayne Corp warrants

95
Feb
I5nb Feb

7%

.

10c

Sunrise Supermarkets Corp
1
Sunset International Petrol Corp.—-L
Superior Tool & Die Co
1

50

17%

Petroleums

cominon.5
1

(Del)

9% May

lu llu
8%

5
•

IV

lib'8 "toF

1,900

49%

Rlchwell

1

*

.

34 % May

4.600,

lij

3% Feb
149% May

i

Jan

:

96% Jan,

.

25

V;

25c

Sun Ray, Drug common

9%

4%

common

Insurance

1
10

Stroock <S\ & Co common

i

90'ft

10
1

Reliance

-1

Stylon Corporation—

9%

Raymond International Inc
Reading Tube Corp common

Reiter-Foster

19%

i%

6% Feb
27 Vb May

'

.

Apr

130-

;
..

9 Tb May
31% Apr

■,

.

Jan

24
2Tb

.

800

19%

19%

-1

Stop & Shop Iuc——

4^

'

90%

10

&

36

~7%

Stinnes (Hugo), Corp.,
Stone Container Corp

m!F'
4 wtw

E

(Robert)

200

.

u

20

Tampa Electric Co common

Quebec Lithium Corp.
Quebec Power Co

Reis

99

36

.

1,100
■ft 500

2%

Inc

Sterling Precision Corp
Stetson (J B) common

Q

Co

98

ie

1

ordinary

Sterling Aluminum Products
sterling Brewers Inc

3ft May
"

to

5

anr

4%

Packing

2Tb

ft

/

,

Pyle-Natioual Co

Rapid-American Corp

.5,5001

26%

2%

-

..

4%% cumulative preferred—
—100
Puget Sound Pulp & Timber coin
3

Rath

Enterprises

of Canada

11Tb Feb
5-Vb Jan

26% Janr
4% Jan

2 Tb

5

Ltd

Steel Parts Corporation.
stein ,A> & Co common

111/

2% Mar

A

5,400

ft
6'%.
14

26%

1
50c

Steel

of " moS

62

29%

4

144% 146%

-&
1

Statliam Instruments Inc

26%Mar

"5;?

53

8,300 *

6

2%

—1
-1
1
1
1

Statecourt

Apr

I7Q3'

oil/

100
400

29

/2

93

534

Jan

1

2,900-

8%

6

25

Uranium Mines

15% Apr

Apr

3% Apr
6Tb Feh

5

Jan
Jan

6

Jau

Tb

500.

4%

8Tb

4.56% convertible preference
25
4.48% convertible preference
25
4-32% cumulative preferred
jo
4.24% cumulative preferred——25.
4.0854 cumulative preferred—-.26
Southern California Petroleum Corp—2
Southern Materials Co Inc
2
Southern Pipe Line 1

Stanrock

?rt,

10

8%

'

..ft

23%

%
5ft

9

■.

9

.

Jan

1% Jan

3Tb May

„

.

300

1%

or

ci/

2,200

25

24%

13

9%

Apr

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^
Jan
t

^
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rF™
8/4

1,350

6%

"

3%

——1

Colorado—

6

66%

53
20

10c

Progress Mfg Co Inc
Frophct (The) Company,

att

62

,—2.50

Preston East Dome Mines Ltd-

1%

9Tb

•

Co.

Anr

1,500
1,300
9,100

1%
23%

-

•

Pratt

7:
9

1%

.

common——2.50

Prentlce-Hall Inc common—4
Pressed Metals, of America-

2%.

6%
8%

.

1%
1 *

4,200

9 Vb

ft,.-

% Jan

-

300,.

13y,t

4%

Starrett (The) Corp—
50c convertible preferred

Jau

1

3,400 ;

4*i-.

2i7a Mar

2Tb

8% Mky

Standard Shares Inc common
Standard-Thomson Corp
Standard Tube class B

Mav

6% May

Jan

ft

50

Standard Forgings Corp—.
Standard Oil (Ky)
Standard Products Co

Mar

~5% "5%
55%
18%

•

.

j<tp

5% May
7

Jan

6

Anr

7«/!

4»4 Feb

Jan

ft

1

Spencer Shoe Corp
Sperry Rand Corp warrants
Etahl-Meyer Inc
Standard Dredging Corp common
S1-60 convertible preferred
Standard Financial Corp

1Tb Jan

Jan

Jan
Jan

1%

.ft.-5% Mar '
1% Apr

500

'5%

Specialty Stores Co Inc..

% Jan

1%

~4
13%

•

Spear & Company—

6% May

57
4%

1%

7% Apr

"

§'

Inc
(Howard) Paper Mills

Southland Royalty Co

29Tb May

ft Jan

9,400

5

Anr

15

50

Porto Rico Telephone Co

of

2%

Anr

125

14%

1

Gas,

16%

20,000

—1

common

Lambert

93% Jan

Jan

1% Mar

6%

;

■

——1

,

Inc

Alexander

8614

9%. Feb

Apr

2

1Tb

25
100
•
3
10c
_•»

cumulative pfd

23% Jan
98
Jan
94% Apr

5

Corp

Scale

Service

800

99%

lOo

Polaris Mining Co
——
Poloion Products class A

Public

150

2 Tb

99

10 pesos

Pittsburgh Railways Co

Providence

1,600

93%

*5%

1

Pittsburgh & Lake Erie-—

&

Apr
May

2.50

Industries

&

101

120

93%

*6%

1

Pioneer Gold Mines Ltd

Powdrcll

Jan

Feb

18%

2

Oils & Minerals

Pneumatic

Jan

2

Philips Electronics Inc
Philippine Long Dist Tel Co
Phillips Screw Co
Pierce

87%
107%

2%

Boys
(The)
1
Pepperell Manufacturing Co (Mass)—20
Perfect Circle Corp
2.50

•Piasccki

100

93%

Pep

Peruvian

jln

Jan

6

20,600

5% original preferred ------25
4.88% cumulative preferred

'

.

Ltd-

Canada

90%

118% 119%

2

Parkersburg-Aetna

teS

22% Jan

V

•

Class B
Patino

26%
24% Jan

95%

Amer shares—IBolj
Corp
1
-1

Motors

24% Feb
23% Anr

100

Chemical Company—
Parker Pen Co class A

273'4 Jan

000

23%.
96

93 %

—lc

Park

3£

Mar

26

500

24%

24%

95%

vtc__2 Bol

Oil vtc

Pan Israel

1,200

.

23%

1

Page-Hersey Tubes common
Pancoastal

400

280

24%

1

Northern

3

900
.

7

500

24,600

So^M^u^acturhTg"^"common
K£ Fenn"
Southern California Edison—

30% Apr

28%Mar

200

28%

26%

redeemable 1st pfd series A—25

4.80cj>

500

zoo

;

26%.

Jan

16,000

2%-

Airways

&

Yz Jan

\

ft

6%

4%

19% Feb
23 Vb'''Apr

'

6%
8

Publications—
preferred
*
Simplicity Pattern common
1
Simpson's Ltd common
Sinclair Venezuelan Oil Co——
-1
Singer Manufacturing Co
20
Singer Manufacturing Co Ltd—•
<
Amer dep rets ord registered
£1
Skiatron Electronics & Telev Corp—10c

1,700

29%

29%

29%

25
25

5'/a % 1st preferred
5% 1st preferred

Feb

7", 4

7%

$3 convertible

Smith

33%

33%

33%

1st pfd—25

Jan

21%

Jan

19 Vb May

Jan

Simmons-Board man

>

Slick

Pacific Gas & Electric 6%

18Vb

1.200

23

%

%

25c
5,000 fr

Silvray Lighting Inc
Simca American Shares

Mar
14% May

2Tb

'"22% May

700

22%

22%

2
1
10c
——1

Ltd

Mines

Jan

200

19%

18 Vb

2

Precision Corp—;

Silver-Miller

20%

2134

6%

common

Silex Co common.

Oceanic

7 Tb Apr

19%

1
20c
—.—*
5
•
1

B

Creek

Feb

2

Breweries Ltd—
—
Signal Oil & Gas Co class A

Silver

Apr

7%

Sicks

class

13

2

preferred
Sherwin-Williams of Canada
shoe Corp of America common
Siboney-Carlbbean Petroleum Co—

,

3,300

21

21%

———10c
——.
_1

Servomechanisms Inc
Seton Leather commonShattuek Denn Mining
Shawinigan Water & Power
Sherman Products Inc
—
Sherwin-Williams

5,300

16%

7

—_—10c
—
1
1

.

18

13%

~G%

Airlines-

14Tb Jan

14 %

16

1

Oil

Seaboard

25
Mar
1ft Jan
1 ft May
6% May
5
Jan
6 Tb Jan

3% Apr

14,200

.%

i<;

*

Airlines-

Northeast

l;i

-:■■■'■

Savoy

Apr

12%

.1
2oc
1
—50c

Petroleums Ltd—
Inc (Del;
Sayre & Fisher Co—
—
Scurry-Rainbow Oil Co Ltd—
Sapphire

May
May
May
Jan
Apr

51% May

39% Jan

.10C

Royalties Inc—
Oils Ltd

American

North

North Canadian

.

G3%

_50c

Cement class A_

ir.Hll.linMlMM

Jan

1% Jan

1

Norbute Corporation
Noreen-Ketay Corp
Norfolk Southern Railway
North American

■'.'ft-

■

„—_
—

ft

13% Feb

IV.
1 <1

1

Inc_

Lites

ft

1

50

49

ft

49

■ft .ft'

——

15

14'%

„10

—

Ltd

Mines

Niptssing
Noma

"lio

Rosario—

Merchandise-,

York

Nickel Rim Mines

1%
.5 ft; ./

Feb
May

22Tb
13
1ft
1%
98
1%
17 Tb

High

Low

High

13

common.!—
*
——2.50

Ltd

16 pesos
gan Diego Gas & Electric Co—
Cumulative preferred 5Vo series
20
Cumulative preferred 4 % Yo series_20
Cumulative preferred 4.40% series_20
5.60% preferred
20

144% May
3% Feb

125

2,200

f " X".

%

gt Lawrence Corp

galem-Brosius Inc
San Carlos Milling Co Ltd

l3/e Feb

Jan
% Apr

700

13.600

lft
141

New England

New Haven

1% Apr
23% Mar
11% May

Jan

1

19% Jan
5% Jan

1

Range Since Jan.

Shares

of Prices
Low

Par

g

for Week

Range

Last

Sale Price

American Stock Exchange

Jan. 1
High

lft Jan

1%

140% 144%

_50c

Chamberlain Petroleum
_100
Tel & Tel
—
1
Clock <fc Watch Co—
_50c
New Idriu Min & Cliem Co
_25c
New Jersey Zinc._
„——
1
New Mexico & Arizona Land—
_20C
New Pacific Coal & Oils Ltd
1
New Park Mining Co
—.—
«
New

Low

10

-30c

Electric Corp

Union

National

Range Since

High

Sales

Week's

Friday

MAY 23
STOCKS

Shares

of Prices
Low

Par

WEEK ENDED

for Week

Range

bale.Price

Exchange

American Stock

FOR

RANGE

Sales

Week'*

<

Last

6Tb May

4,700

4%

86

925

68 Vb

-Jan

81 b
20%

200

7 Tb

Jan

9%

Apr

19% Jan

20%

Feb

200

Jan

86

May

Volume 187

Number 5745

..

The Commercial and Financial Chronicle

:

(2363)

3|

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE
RANGE

Friday

I

Par

United

Aircraft

Products

„50c

common

Corp

8%

81/2

United

19,600

515

10,100

5/jt Jan

2,500

Milk

Corp
Products

United Molasses

Co

29

_I_l5

common

American Stock

100

Jan

34

3% May

ADanzig Port & Waterways

United N J RR &
United

registered-

3 V2

Canal——

Foil

S

A Hanover

Feb

7s

4% Feb

1+2

Vitamin

100

21,300

1952.

——Feb-Aug

1947

$190

—

$176

3

Feb

1947

74a May

100

40

10,500

815

(10+0

redeemed).—...

100

2+4 Mar

1,400

14a Jan

stamped (Plan A) 2V5s 2008—.Mar-Sept
Peru (Republic of)—
Sinking fund 3s Jan 1 1997—
Jon-July
Rib de Janeiro stmpd (Plan A) 2s 2012r..Jan-Jnlp

300

39% Feb

31

Jan

40

May

44

Jan

244« Mar

25

151a

37,200

34%

36,100

134a Jan
22% Jan

34»/4

33

3,200

4% Jan

5%

5%

1

154a May
344a May
6 +4 Mar

_14%

.15

6

Mar

,^° ,par value,

Vanadium-Alloys

Steel

1
2

_

Virginia Iron Coal & Coke CO
Vogt Manufacturing

1,700

343/4

3614

21/4

21a

500

4

41a

2,700

2+4

-2+4

21a

3%

3

3I/4

84 s

~

5

415 Mar
78% Apr
30% Jan
2
Jan

2+4
4
*

1

Vlnob Corporation——

7,800

5

361,4

5

Co
warrants

Industries

41#

.1
5

Victpreen ijrhe) Instrument Co

3

99%

101

•

53

50

434a

50%

374a

Ex-liquidating

(not included

distribution,

in

year's

g

39%

8%

200

Feb

38% Feb
2% Jan

.

1,100

2%-May

4V5

4

'

-

.

,

.

,

.

.

.

3% Jan
Jan
Feb

10

8

May

2

Apr

2% Jan

2 % Jan

*

J

*

415 Apr

600

34a May
2% Jan

4

"

sales being transacted during the current week.

Abbreviations used above—"cod," certificates of deposit; "cons," consolidated; "cum," cumulatlve; "conv," convertible; "M," mortgage; "n-v" non-voting stock; "v t c," voting-trust certificates:
w 1,
when Issued; "w w," with warrants; "xw," Without warrants.1
>

May

80

no

SReported in receivership.

.y.

d Ex-interest.

h Ex-principal,
n Under-the-rule
transaction
cash
(not included In year's range),
xEx-

dividend,
rTransaction for

y Ex-rights,
z Ex-liquidating dividend.
ABonds being traded flat.
-

57

—

(not included in year's range>,

Ex-stock

range.)

484#

$39(5

a Deferred delivery transection

^Friday's bid and asked prices;

Van Jforman

101

47

474s

dividend.

:

Valspar Corp common
$4 -convertible preferred

101

$53-

115 Feb

42 +2

61%

$72
101

Parana

44a Jan

1+2

61

..

$72*

A7s

2% Jan

2%

Insurance—,

'

(issue of May 1927) 1947
—May-Nov
(issue of Oct 1927) 1947—_April-Ocl
Mortgage Bank of Denmark 5s 1972——June-Dec

'

—

$60

A 7s

Apr

Apr

$7342

2008—May-Wo®

2844 Mar

2*8
41

—

173

Mortgage Bank of Bogota—

37 +2

—.

Utah-Idaho Sugar

161%

■

197

$26

1%

common-

"

20

194

•

$165

Jan

1%

High

19

(City of) Germany—

1939

Feb-Aug

26+4 Apr
3% Apr

2+4 Apr
20

9

Jan. 1

Low

No.

__

—..June-Dec

7a

$16

Range Since

Sold

High

Jan-July

(Prov) 6%s 1949
—Feb-Aug
ALima City (Peru) 64as
stamped 19^8
Mar-Sept
Maranhao stamped (Plan A) 24es

Apr

2%

-

Oil

Universal Marion Corp
Universal Products Co

6%s

Bonds

-Bid & Asked

Apr

189

Apr
7a Jan

Friday's

or

Sale Price

Jan

3ii

391/4

Corp

Consolidated

Universal

1+2
27%

*>

United Stores Corp common
Universal American Corp.

Universal

3+2

3%

Jan

9

600

25%

Reclaiming Co_

United States

2,450

23

3+4

B

168

6,000

27%

Tile Co

class

U S Rubber

20%

21%

—

70

178
178
1%
2%

2%

Profit

U S Ceramic

Week's Range

Last

Period

AHanover

Sharing common—
lOfo preferred—.
-.—
U S Air Conditioning Corp
——
U

Munic

AS f secured 6s

Ltd—

dep rets ord

Cons

ai»erman

*

Amer

Interest

Exchange

Low

9% May
744 Apr
IVa Jan

Jan

% Apr

*

Elastic

United

33

Friday

6%

7

MAY

Range Since Jan. 1
Low
High

High

-10c

United .Asbestos

ENDED

BONDS

Shares

+.,

1

United Cuban. Oil Inc

of Prices

Low

WEEK

for Week

Range

Sale Price

American Stock Exchange

FOR

Sales

Week's

Last

STOCKS

2% Feb

Below are the
Waco
■

'Aircraft

*

Co

Wagner Raking voting ctfs ext
+1%

*
100

^preferred

Wflttt '.jfip Bond Inc--

.

Jan

56

20

-604a

00%

144a Jan
24

—1

j

Webb'& ICnapp .lnc_______
+$6 series preference

'.. Webster Investors Inc
Weim&n

&

—

14a

14a

2,600
1,600
27,200*

10944 1104a
17% 18

2+a

1.25

14a

1+4

900

.lJ/4

1U

107

200

18

3
_1

West Canadian Oil &

V
Rights
:
..
.West Texas Utilities 4r.40% pfd.100
+ Western Leaseholds Ltd
-I
—*
Western Maryland Ry 7% 1st pfd—100

GOO

w

4a

______

300

as

■>

,

20

91

91

„

1194a Jan
18

Ttf

7,400

May

24a Jan

10

■T-:•

dep rets- ord

Amer

shares:

(Western Tablet & Stationery

Westmoreland
Coal--Westmoreland Inc——

Weyenberg Shoe Mfg
Eagle Internat

White

White

Stores

542 %

River

2544

sa

457.10

111.98

77.62'

158.04

455.98

111.47

77.71

157-71

May 20.
May 21.
May 22.

459.83

112.65

77.79

158.87

458.50

114.01

77.78

158.96

460.24

114.95

77.94

159.64

Oil

23% Apr
X254a Mar

Co

Oil

preferred—

;

144a

25

28%
2%

500

12(5

12:,5

400

1015

1215

9,900

5(5

450

5

5(5

4,(500

1715

150

Woodall

Industries

Inc

Woodley Petroleum common—;
Woolworth (F W) Ltd—
Amer dep rets ord reg
6+0

1715

'

12(5

12%
554a

8

Wright Hargreaves Ltd
Zapata Petroleum Corp—:

*52 %

564a *

84a

9+4

Period

Stock Exchange

A Amer Steel

debs 1994
Appalachian Elec Power 344s 1970
Bethlehem Steel 6s Aug 1 1998
Boston Edison

2%s

series

A

134a Feb

12

Apr
Jan

19% Feb
56(5 May

1%

Jan

11

815 Apr

Friday's

-

High

$45

Feb
Jan

Blonds

Range Since

Sold

Jan. 1

Low

No.

50

41

94%

22

97%

97

97

"

135

$130

High

90.05

93.07

90.11

82.53

93.15

90.17

Range for 1958
82.60 May 23

81.69

High

81.71

Low

Wed. May 21
Thurs. May 22—

81.90

82.11

High

Fri.

82.60

Low

May

23

——

72.75 Jan

•-

2

Range for 1.957 '

95.07 July 26
71.50 Dec

24

SEC Index of Stock Prices
The SEC index of stock prices based on the closing prices of the common
stock for the week ended May 16, 1958, for composite and by major Industry

with highs and lows for the

groups compared with the preceding week and
current year are as follows (1939=100):

-1958-

Durable

319.6

—1.4
—1.7

354.3

441.3

244.1

251.1

168.3

299.0

403.5

433.9

Goods

324.1
403.5

348.3

—

324.1

396.7

Composite
Manufacturing

LOW

High

Change

May 9, '58

May 16, '58

373.3

-1.7

" '

332.2

V

354.3

—1.7

'

"

402.2

441.3

-l

219.7

—2.8

251.1

168.2

1-0.1

168.3

155.5

300.0

303.6

—1.2

303.6

263.2 »

296.2

Transportation
Utility
Trade, Finance and Service
Mining

299.0

—0.9

299.0

261.3

,

.

50

94%

21

92

96

84%

25

77

85

45

46%

5

42

49%

TrMsacfioas at Hi* New York Slock Exckaage

Lack & Western RR—

VI

33

Guantanamo

& Western

A Italian Power

RR 4s

1970—,

Realization Trust 6+2+0 liq

Midland Valley RR 4% 1963
National Research Corp—,

convertible

subord

debentures

+4

92

85%

85

854a

53%

■

11

Dailj, Waaklf awl Yearly

28

86%

86%

4

83

83

83%

11

England Power 3+4+1961.
May-Wow
Nippon Electric Power Co Ltd—
*€%8 due 1953 extended to 1963—
Jan-July
Ohio Power 1st mortgage, 34»s 1968
Aprll-Oct
j»
1st. mortgage 3s 1971—
—.——April-Oct
Pennylvania Water & Power 3V4s 1964—June-Dec
3448 1970
——i
Jan-July
Public Service Electric & Gas Co 6s 1998—J an-July
Rapid Electrotype 7S deb 1967—-—May-Wow
Safe Harbor Water Power Corp 3s, 1981—May-Wow
Sapphire Petroleums Ltd; 5s conv deb '62—Jan-July
Southern California Edison 3S 1965—
Mar-Sept
3 (58 series A
1973
—Jon-July
3s series B 1073-i
Feb-Aug
24sS series O 1976
Feb-Aug
3488 series U 1976Feb-Auj
315 s series B 1978
Feb-Aug
3s series F 1970
-Feb-Aug
3%S series G 1981
ApriZ-Oct
4448 series H 1982
.—Feb-Aug
4%s series I 1982.,
-Jan-July
-4.%s serieS J 1982...—
_.Mar-Sepf

$101
100(5 101

10042

1

$13142 133
93 '
94%
$46

994a

60

93
100

100

Corp deb 6s

ser A

1963

Washington Water Power 3428 1964~
Webb & Knapp Inc 5s debs 1974-.—
West Penn Traction 5s i960
Western Newspaper Union 6s 1959——

Jan-July
June-Dec
—Jnne-DeC

$109

.

12,536,930

$27,261,000

94

78

Stocks—No.

564a

96+4 10015
85
954a

64

0

102

102

102

5

13

and

Period

Last

Bend*

Bid & Asked

Sold

7s 1951
Jan-July
Central Bk of German State & Prov Banks—

(Germany)

AGs aeries

A

1952

A08 series. B 1951




.

Feb-Aug
Ar::! Or.'

Low

$190
t1P5

$20,552,000

$503,866,120

$408,052,350

High
—

59,000
24,464,120

____.

Industrial—I

$70,000
55,000

93

89%

Total

98

101

Daily, Weekly and Yearly

10O

48

64

Stocks

Domestle

1004a

No.

103
Mon.

63%
694s
101+4 102%

Wed.

98

Tues.

May 19
May 20

$42,000

791,135

Foreign
Government

Foreign
Corporate

Total

Bonds

Bonds

Bonds

—

May 23

—

$24,000

Stocks—No.

-

1,000

5,000

39,000
49,000

*32,000

9,000

90,000

$257,000

$62,000

$33,000

$352,000

"~2~000
14,000

1958

23
1957

3,948,382

4,751,890

67,352,566

89,338,664

$257,000

of Shares—

$217,000

$7,529,000

$4,823,000

1957

Jan. 1 to May

Bondt

Domestle
Foreign

$74,000
74,000
61,000
53,000

73,000
54,000

Week Ended May 23

High

$8,000

703,780.
780,472
807,905
865,090

3,948,382

Thurs.

May 21
May 22—

1958

Range Since
Jan. 1
Low

Bonds

Shares)

Municipalities

Sale Price

Interest

BONDS

American Stock Exchange

479,339,000

$28,525,200

Railroad

92

95%

99

Week's Range
Week's Ranee
or Friday's

Friday

27,261,000

18,642,050
389,285,300

$4,000
——

TotaL

v»Mi«

213,579,441

$1,115,000
19,437,000

Government

Fri.

$10242 1034a

Foreign Governments and

231,930,228

11,179,487

Bondt
8.

International Bank

944a 100%

10145

$97

195?

1958

1957

12,536,930

Shares-

(No. of

60

Feb-Aug

Jan. 1 to May 23

$1,264,200

of

944a

95

64

61+4

$28,525,000

$1,264,200

1958

10044

88%

66

6,668,000
6,109,000

5,738,000

268,000

Week Ended May 23

$91

June-Aug

321,000

5,225,000
5,521,000
6,347,000
5,841,000

914a

106% 110%
100

$90

$100

Sales

$4,594,200
5,416,000

89+4
97% 100
105%
104% 1094a

$10942
100

Bond

Bonds

103

__

-

Total

Government

$267,200
191,000
217,000

$4,327,000

May 23

United States

Bonds

Bonds

87%

89+4 89+4
99%
99%
10415 10415

-

97%

99

—

Southern California Gas 3%s 1970
Apr-Ocf
Southern Counties Gas (Calif.) 3s 1971
Jon-July
Southwestern Gas & Electric -3%s 1970——Feb-Aug
United Dye .& Chemical 6s 1973
Feb-Aug

Foreign

Bonds

1024a

92%

93

Int'l

Bank

Railroad
and Miscel.

1,910,860
2,514,330
2,587,610
2,956,780
2,567,350

Total

101

87%

$86

8944

Fri.

97%

63

$86

10415

87

May 19

May 20
Wed.
May 21
Thurs. May 22_

U.

944a

$93

100

86%

80%

50

.

—

86

Tues.

130% 136
32

54

99%

99

—

Mon.

$93

.

—

854a

93

$94(5

■

Shares

77

88

100+4 10044

*

Stocks
No. of

54

99
13

$914i

-

99

987/a

$100%

New

40

984a

87
49

-

86%

1976—Jan-July.

33%
96

3

99

92

$47%

Jon-July
tr ctfs—
April-Oct

•

33%

$97
92

Flying Tiger Line 5%s conv debs 1967——Jan-July

A Baden

4 92.97

82.43

135

837a

1st mortgage 4s series A 1993_j__
May-Nov
A 1st mortgage 4s series B 1993
May
Finland Residential Mtge Bank 5s 1961-—Mar-Sept

Wasatch

82.38

89.35

Closing

Lackawanna of N J Division—

6s

90.05

99

130

94

Jan-July

93.00

89.30

20—

5 +4 Mar

Jan

T%

Bid & Asked

June-Dec

1970—

Chicago Transit Authority 3 %s 1978
Delaware

1004a Feb

17

Low

June-Dec
June-Dec
Quar-Feb

& Pump 4s inc

82.40

89.32

19—

7% Jan

Week's Range
or

■-

90.17

89.33

95.65,

"

Sale Price

93.09

95.55

May

Non-Durable Goods

Last

Bonds

,

82.62

95.66
^

May

5(5 May
1842 Mar

600

Friday
American

Jan

5,000

Interest

B O NO S

:

95.46

Tues.

—

1%

40

ities

89.30

Percent

115

"1%

Util¬

Rails.

1642 Feb

8

_5s
£1
♦
10c

preference—:

-

39% Jan

200

95.65"

Mon.

May
29
May
2% Apr
134$ Jan

Apr
May

15

5,200

■}.

Jan

3% Jan

400

12%
1715

1715

2

—

27 % Mar

934a Jan

1715

pfd
Wood (John) Industries Ltd—
Wood-Newspaper Machine.

25
100
-•
1

Grade

Rails

(35 Stocks)

Date—

15

11% Jan

'

'4

-

Compiled by National Quotation JBureau, Inc.

Mar

28

14a Jan

Jan

10

54a

*5

1215
>—w'

544

Wisconsin Pwr & Lt 4+2%

1%

242

12%

1

preferred-

100

"24a

i;

-6%

5,400

•

j,:

28% May

40

Apr
% Apr
9+4 Jan
194a Jan

600

14%

284a

14+4

—1
5
10
—1

Industries

-

''VI

35

—1

(R C) & Co
Brothers common—

Wilson

25

15

Williams

*

<■2644 May

G50

264a

Corp—

Williams-McWilliams

100

7a

■

Total

Over-lhe-Cottnler Industrial Stock Averages

Apr
Jan

254a

264a

trials

16 :

Mar

135

Feb

28

-1
10c

Grade

Indus¬

65

Stocks

16.
19

May
May

44a Jan

2415

10

ities

—■———

Second

93% Jan

28

—_:

(The) Corp.:

Wickes

;

ft

20

common

convertible

Wichita

,

Inc

Is
common.*

—

Util¬

roads

——

10

First

-

Invest Ltd—»

Rail¬

trials

10

-

2-fa Mar

% Jan

120

•

Total

.; 15...

.

Indus¬

Date
f

'

Western Stockholders

20

Jan

2

4% Feb

200

% Jan

14a Jan

Apr

44a

44a

1

164a Apr
24a Apr
1V« Jan
115 Apr
4a Feb
91
Feb

300

'

Gas Ltd-

May

%'May
« Jan

110

2%

-ii

company Inc——

Wentworth Manufacturing—_____

/

14a

•

—•

(Del)

2414

1
1

IVa

10c

:

24

2414

1

"Bonds

,v;.—-—-—-stocks——
,30

27% Jan

_30

„_____

Walt-ham precision Instrument Co

,

3% Apr
21% Apr

'

.82 cumulative. "preferred_l:_—-.
Wallace ifc Tientani Inc

.

daily closing .averages of representative stocks and bonds
the New York Stock Exchange as compiled by Dow, Jones & Co.:

on

i

Mar

69

.1% Mar

200

3

3

1

listed

eovf»rnmpT*

—i
.....

00

The Commercial and Financial Chronicle

.

Monday, May 26, 1958

..

.36 ~ (2364)

OUT-OF-TOWN MARKETS
WEEK

FOR

RANGE

MAY

ENDED

23

Last

STOCKS

Range

Sale Price

Low

Par

34

2,835

Boston Edison

4274

.—25

52%

«

RR common

preferred

5%

Mar

Jan

4774 Mar
54 7« Apr

Sunray Oil

Service

48Vs Jan

10

Texas

•

Feb

Union

2374

Apr

U 8

3974 Jan

44

Feb

10
100

Fuel Assoc com

Eastern Gas &

44 %

Feb

Carbide

423

47%

Feb

80

42%

Feb

48% May

5'%

10

2%

5%
25

1

Feb

6% May

50

21% Jan

25% May

37

23

•

5534

Feb

13

27

(F

W>

Jan

1

174

2,102

50c

Jan

54

57'%

105

50

Jan

49%

51'%

170

49'% May

pfd

7

9%

1,405

6 Vo Mar

Jan

63 Va

115

51 Vi

63%-May

58%

43

57'% May

65%

45

80

37%

45

53

$6,050

Jan

Jan

Feb

May

BONDS

Cincinnati Transit 4 %s— i—s

,1998 '

53

6434 May
41 % Jan

V

.

-

57%

48'/2 Mar

Jan

97% May

55Feb

Apr

.95%

57 Va May

6c/o pfd class

14%

84 % May

53

10

—

Feb

110

44%

-12%

55

87%

61%
57%

116%

14%

84%

58%

j

64%

13%
87 %

.

66% Apr

64%

——5

_

Steel

13'% May
53 74 May

Apr

Jan

974

1% May

Rwy Co com—

Eastern Mass 8t

,—100
B——.
—•
100
adj—-————100

1st pfd class A

6%
-

54

48%

—-25
i—

Westlnghouse

21'%

134
395

2574

Jan

52%

*

:1

___1

Co

8% Mar

208

53'%

5074

2474

Co

20%

47%

1

—

T

High

Apr

55% -May

53%

7

-

—10

Toledo Edison

9%

20 % May

118

13'%

12%

5

Calumet & Hecla Inc

.1

J)

(Ohio)

—

Woolworth

Cities

(N

Oil

Jan. 1

LOW

17%

92

18

178% May

Feb

42

43%

1474 May
30

39%
,

9%

/ 427*

Feb

1677a

920
34

91/8

*

Prop Trust

Boston Personal

53

20%'* 21%

"160

—

26 '/a

91

44i/o

52

.—50

Standard

Studebaker-Packard

8'/a Mar

496

29 Vo

1767a 1787b

177%

Anaconda Co

Oil

Standard

High

Low

~

141%

28 7'e

Sugar Refining common. .—25
..100
American Tel & Tel
American

Boston & Maine

High

13%

13%

5

American Motors Corp

Range Since Jan. 1

Range Since

Shares

High

17 7%

„50c

Rand

Sperry

Shares

of Prices

Low

Par

for Week

for Week

Range
of Prices

Sale Price

Sales

Week's

Friday

Last

STOCKS

Exchange

Sales

Week's

Friday

Boston Stock

5%

First Nat'l

Co

—

Coal

Creek

Island

Co

common

6374

45

39'%

358

37Ha

5774

59%
367-4

35*%

57

15

Apr

64 >4

37%

36 74 Mar

F

Corp

Racing Association
National Service Companies

England Electric System
England Tel & Tel Co
Northern Railroad (N H)

_.

Jan

9074 Mar

8%

Feb

10

31%

"'60

12%

20

Jan

3474 Mar

11

Jan

13'%

5c

Jun

2,682

14'%

Jan

302

12574

Jan

70'%

Jan

900

6c

16%

17
143%

75%

7

75%

Feb

28'%

17%

6c

20
100
100

New

7574

22

141 % 143%

—1

New

220

9%

12%

1

Narragansett

88%

31

,~

—25
10

Theatres——

Lone Star Cement

85%
974

*

Corp—

Copper

Boston

Loew's

Apr

7c

b

Manufacturing

Briggs
Budd

Chemical

54

11%

Inc_—

Feb

80

43%

44 %

24%
48

Jan

Apr

13%

15% May

Feb

55% May

'Jan

46

Apr

Jan

25

Corp

Chrysler

United

Fruit

1,319

•

Co

United Shoe Mach
U

S

U

S

Rubber

System

41%

Jan

48%

Apr

Inc

»

31% Jan

43% Mar
34%-Mar

33%

12.50

57"%

33%

5

31% May
26% Jan

35 Va

Apr

13%

20

12% Mar

13%

Feb

57%

*

*

Westlnghouse Electric Corp

32%

13%

50

.

1,105
198

43

31%

43

5

Smelting, Ref & Min Co

Waldorf

47%

25

Corp common

Company

58 %

435

57% Apr

65% Feb

Cincinnati Stock Exchange
STOCKS

Last

■'■!
Aeronca

1

■'

Par

'

r

■

Champion Paper
Gas

Cincinnati Gas
Cincinnati

"

'

Low

High

LOW

High

8

774

470

574

Jan

23%

2774

520

2274

Jan

28 74 May

20%

23

216

16

Jan

23

3374

•

8

May

May

37

39%

102

34'% Jan

3974 May

3274

3374

487

29

Jan

33 74 May

100

91%

91'%

50

—10

3474

3474

10

84

86'%

common

Electric

&

corn-

1—8.50

preferred

Milling Machine
Telephone

Cincinnati

*»•'

774

Baldwin Piano

Cincinnati

•

.

86

Cincinnati Transit

-12'%

5

—

5

87% Mar

9474

Apr

27 74

911
d

—

10

—..t

!.

Gibson

Art

Hobart

Manufacturing

31

Jan

36%

Jan

Kahn

474

Jan

2

U

*

common.

Unlisted

Allied

156

2974

51'%

252

46'% May

34

315

33

74%
60

39V4

39%

5,036

—1
1

11%

10%

11%

1,337

11%

11%

410

34%

34'/4

34%

1,767

38:,4

38%

39

—

11'2

11%

1,597
1,383

51,2

51/2

400

.37%

38%

5,835

Steel

Radiator

6

May

4%

Apr

5% Jan

Jan

40% Mar

Jan

11% May

11% May

11% May

32%

38

Corp—
Corp

—

Federal-Mogul Bower Bearings
Inc

Fenestra

General

Motors

Corp

Brewing

Lamp

—

—,

_—

38V'e

Mtrs

—

36% Jan
21% Jan

Jan

4174 Mar

9V4

Jan

Feb

337a

1,330

2'/2
6

Feb

113

20

50

Jan

5%

140

4%

Jan

6'% Mar

;6%

139

4%

Feb

6% May

———_

Inc

—1

1

1974

1

174

Drug

—

—

22'%

325

21/4

2 74

200

17'%

18'%

—

J—1

—

100

261

Jan

5

6%'

preferred

4

—

Jan

174

Jan

Jan

13 V2

Jan

Apr

2%

Jan

2

15'%

Apr

274

374

Jan

3% May

May

1174 Jan

3%

1,422

8

8 74

450

8

4i/2

47 b

700

3% Mar

974

750

7'% Mar

•274

315

2'%

Feb

6'%

Feb

17'%

Jan

Jan

33'% Feb
52

Jan

Jan

36'% Jan

Ricxel

(H

W)

—-1

f

1

—

274

i

.u~

8%

874

72074

—10

Dillon

Scotten

*9

______2

Co.._

&

Manufacturing

Rudy

.

4

5

Brewing

1,034
730

2174

574

5%

162

Mar

674 "May

.10%

1074

382

1074 Feb

1Z74 Feb

43'%

68

40

45 74

Walxer

1

1 15'%

157-2

200

15'% May

16

43%

36%

Mar

Apr

176% 178%

436

100

178%
84:

Jan

2%

1

Inc

Co

&

common

;

500

2%

274
'

471/4 Mar

14%

Jan

18

42

Jan

39%

70

Jan

47 % Apr
47% May
14% Mar

11% May
168% May

50
49%

1

A

274
3

3V4 Feb

Apr

Apr

87

95

75%

44 3 it

20

39% Feb

46%
15%

49%

85
120

39% Apr
15% Feb

49 % May

15%

Friday

47% Mar

6%

.190

Feb

5%

Jan

87

May

16% May
7% Jan

•

42

40%

42

12%

12%

325

36% Jan

42

50

10% Jan

121/4

25

55

53%

55

95

49

Mar

55%

25

46%

46

46%

20

44

Apr

10

18%

18%

19

408

16

Jan

19

23%

25%

136

22 %

Apr

Apr

57

Columbia

May

27%

*

Gas

Curtiss-Wright

1

May
Jan

Steel

1

Aluminum

Investment

Chemical

48%

,_5

Kodak

53%

5

174%

10

DuPont

104%

48%

53%

54%

88

174% 176 %
104% 104%

271

172%

Apr

May

Laboratories

Jan

Allied

Paper

98%

Jan

107 %

Jan

431/4 Jan
53% May

American

Am Broadcast Paramt

Airlines

774

Jan

10

900

7'%

Jan

474

400

474

Jan

4 V.

Jan

200

5'%

2.50
5

General Dynamics
General Electric

37Va

39%

38%

216

30%

38%

39%

123

37% Jan

3074 Jan

37Va Mar

300

41

Jan

48*% Mar

8»%

8'%

23%

2274

23'%

6674

67%

300

1

800

•

2,900

6'%

1

57

5674

57

5

104

55% Mar

73% Mar
31% Mar

27%

27

2774

2,600

26'%

Apr

-1

17%

1774

18 %

2,100

14'%

Jan

18% May

;

1774

1774

600

13 74

Jan

12.50

46%

46%

47

1,700

41'%

Jan

10

(Un)

47%

46%

47%

1,400

3974

Jan

17% Apr
47% May
47% May

-

810

16

Jan

20% May

100

33

Jan

377a

Theatres (Un) _1

May

38% May

American

Cyanamid Co

41%

American

Investment

Co (111)

1

1974

19'%

Machine

Foundry.

7

3374

3374

13'%

1474

9,700

11%

11%

700

17674 17874

2,200

16774

Jan

75

Feb

25%

Jan

65%

Jan

'

59

58%

59%

169

57

38%

37

3874

264

15%

1574

1574

113

33% May
14% May

39% May
16% Apr

American Tel

& Tel Co

100

10

57%

56%

57%

67

33

58% May

American Tobacco (Un)

25

Lorillard

Jan

American

Motors

American Rad

&

American Viscose
Amurex

Chemical

3

Cash Register

30%

Dairy
Distillers

5

I

II

T—

Central
•.

;

12

Glass

365
20

29%

Apr

51% Jan

45%

50

37%

Jan

23%

10

20%

Jan

87%

60

85

1474

26

13 %

5474

5574

152

69'%

55%

25

4674

86%
14'%

86%

•

Ohio Fd'«en

30%
61'%

2374

g
5

3074
61'%

5

7074

95

36%

Jan

Armco

46% May
23% May

Apr

Feb

Apr

16%

Jan

51

Jan

611/4

Jan

55% May
70% May

Co

Ashland
$1.50

Atchison

Corp

class

A

(Un)

&

Corp

Co

Oil

&

i
common

2nd

non-cum

Avco

24%

10

St Regis Paper
Sears
Roebuck

3

—5
gep

nn.ee




*4

30

Feb

preferred

39%

90

36 V*

Feb

41V*

34'%

21

29%

Feb

34%

Apr

43'%

3

38%

Apr

44% Mar

7674 '

131

64%

Jan

1

87

1,100

2874

29

900

14% Mar

1787(4 May
87
May
307%

3% May

374

900

274 Mar

4274

45'%

477% Mar

49'%

1,100
1,600

Feb

46'%

3974 Apr

4974 May

3'%

40

157% Mar

1374
'

•

* *

1474

400

12%

Jan

1574

1574

200

15

Feb

16%

30

—

30

200

27'%

Feb

GO

Jan

May

!

974

6%

1

10 Ve

974

200

9'%

Jan

21% May
9% Feb

3574

21

10
10
3

3574

500

34 74

Feb

40 V.

Jan

678

674

1,600

574 Jan

774

Jan

20'/a

21'%

3,700

17'% Jan

33%

30

29% May

76% May
331/4 May

28%

2974

77

25%

Jan

29% May

55

40

47

Feb

55V2 May

30

30

15

25% Jan

30

May

Bailey Selburn Oil & Gas class A
Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton

(Un)

Bastian-Blessing Co
Bearings Inc
1
BpIcIpi) Manufacturing Co
1
Bendix Aviation Corp
—
Benquet Consol Inc (Un)

*
50c
10
5

PI

61
278

9%

1074

600

1174

13

1174

200

60

61

200

774 Jan

1074 May

9%

12

CO

May
63% Mar

Jan
Apr

274

2%

5,320

274 May

37%

Jan

2574

48%
1%

2574

150

247a May

30%

47'%

4874

1.600

45

527%

Apr
Jan

174

1'%

3,200

Apr
Jan

'

;

Apr

Jan

74

Manufacturing Corp

.

83'%

14% May

874 Mar

11'% May

25% May

54'%

29%

—5

Co

Jan

33%

5

Oil

footnotes

74

19%

43'%

10

210

3474

Oil.

Republic Steel
Reynolds Tobacco class B_

2474

3974

Phillips Petroleum

24%

28%
3%
44%
48%

5

10

Common

5%

84

50
10

(111)
Refinina

1777a

5

common

(Un)
(Un)

preferred
Topeka & Santa Fe—

conv

13%

5

25

(Un)

Company

Steel

Armour

103 72

Oil

Anaconda

62 Va May

5

Corp
Stand San

Atlantic Refining Co

Pepsi-Cola

,

Jan

64%

(Un)

3

Apr

Jan

Jan

Can

&

Apr

61

*

1%

Motors

Greyhound

_

9 v.

2674

Jan

22'% May

American

Feb

Jan

100

43'%

American

Federated Dept Stores
Ford Motor

5V«

35

5

74

May
97% May
5V4 Jan

4274

(Un)_

Co

400

9'%

35

1

Feb

9%

9 74

8
10

Aluminium Ltd

Feb

57% May
2374 Jan

5'/a

America

59'

Jan

42%

Manufacturing

49% Apr

1974

41

—.—

Corp
of

1,200

207b

97%

-

High

Jan

700

1974

8V2

1

44

5574

—-1
1

Alleghany'Corp (Un)
Allegheny Ludlum Steel
Allied

187 Va

38

108

9%

5
^—_1

Castings-.

Discounts

&

Low

High

474

10

Range Since Jan. 1

Shares

54%

54%
20%

5

Corp

Advanced

Aluminum Co

7

common.L

Co

Allis-Chalmers

Dayton Power & Light

of Prices
Low

Par

Laboratories

Abbott

Aid

''

'

Sales

for Week

Range

Sale Price
■

transactions only

Week's

.

Last

STOCKS

■

Exchange

of the round-lot

compilation

178% May

84

6%

3

Midwest Stock

May

44%

25

Chrysler Corp

For

Feb
Apr

1

130

C & O

Southern

37%

8V2 Mar

21 y2

10

Products

Snerman

Admiral

Sinclair

Apr
9% May

Udylite Corporation

11%

11%

_1

Pure

5

Studebaker-Packard

11%

5

Burlington Industries

Owens-Illinois

Jan

7574 Mar

147

Bethlehem Steel—

York

1874 May

Apr

2

2

9

'

1

Products

Metal

Peninsular

Acme

New

May

17%

6274 May

47%

10

Ns'^nnnl

29

Jan

Apr

1174

374

345

Jan

1%

1774 May

47

—

National

26

Jan

2

common.-—.—•_—1

Metals

Clemens

1.954

1%

1274

Feb

3%

Apr

28%

174

1

3

19% May
l'/4

1274

—

Michigan Chemical
Mt

175
425

—3

Products

Screw

Masco

•

n

17 b

_i— 1

Refineries

Leonard

19 7

2774

2874

10

Kresge Co (S S)
Lansing
Stamping.——_—

100

374

3',4

———

Seeley

5474 Jan

20

_

National Lead

May

%

6%

5

V*.""

1

Apr
61'% Jan

117

...

Ashland Oil

Monsanto

25

17

17%

43%

10

AVCO

Hational

May

3% May
9% May

Jan

2,067

25

Feb

5% May
39

Jan

592

47

Armco

General

13 y8

3% Jan

9%

9

25

Manufacturing—5

&

16% May
37 V2

3%

3%

3%
9%

—10

Bearing—

Electric

Lock

•

57%*

—1
1.66%
—1
.5

Wood Industries^

300

17

17

5

«

Trailer

Fruehauf
Gar

..

——_i_10

—

Motor Co

Ford

9%

540

43%

Anaconda Copper

Eastman

1,270

6174

17%

American Telephone & Telegraph
American Tobacco

Dow

5

17

46%

*

Cyanamid

American

4%

7474

1

Can

American

100

6

6

■*

9% May
6% Jan

72'%
60

12.50

:

Airlines

American

Jan

Stocks

Stores

American

6 V4

4274

1

Procter & Gamble

Printing

840

*974

*9%

17

Kroger
S

3174

3374

*

Apr

8674 May

76

338

50

10

Feb

5i*%

Apr

31

•

.

14%

Jan

<

Prophet Company (The)

Picher

Jan

48%

—

Pfeiffer

Eagle

12%

608

—~1

Detroit

Jan

Apr

1,290

9%

51%

/—I

.—;

57%

44»/2

13%
51%

13%
'

39%

King

24'%

1
—

805

15% Feb
32% May

Apr

—20

Kinsel

22%

Manufacturing
Laundry

27%

46%

46%

13%

*
——1

Edison

Ironrite

Range Since Jan. 1

Shares

'

American

2% May

1.% May

'.,560

32%

Jan

8

Apr

„

Mar

22% Mar

Jan

•

for Week

of Prices

Apr

5%
131,2

14

321,4

__

—_—10

Crowley-Milner :—;———
Detroit

Hurd

Sales

Range

Sale Price

6,403

3

20% Mar

200

.13%

Davidson Bros ,1—_1

Howell

Week's

700

••

,"-2%

2

ti

32%

common

Motors

Hoover Ball &

Friday

—!)

——25

.

Paper

Power

Continental

Hall

-

2%.
J_

7%

20% May

Jan

•

Goebel

:.

100

>''.496

7%

—5

—

—_

2-8

2 Va

20%

20%'

.

—1
.

Corp

Divco-Wayne

Torrington Co

———.

——

14V2

20%

2%

•:

-

..

—*

1,123

19%

High

LOW

High

Low

Feb

34%

356

46%

Feb

22%

60

24

43%

Jan

47%
38

•

.

Apr

9

53

1,884

*

Webster

&

15%

52 %

31%

154

12%

14%

.7

325

34%

11%

12%

50
2.50

Pennsylvania RR Co
Rexall Drug Co
Standard Oil (New Jersey)
Stone

3374

5

.

._-J2

Range Since Jan. 1

Shares

May

Consumers

MathiesOn

.,-.1

Manufacturing

Company

Burroughs

—

for Week

of Prices- '

19%

1

———

——

Brown-McLaren

Consolidated
Olln

—

_—

American Metal Products

Mar

171/4 May

1437

Stores

Electric

Allen

Kennecott

Wrigley

Sales

:

Range

"

Par

C

Exchange
Week's

r

Saiei'rleft

V',:

A

-

Last

Jan

Jan

Friday
STOCKS

Jan

Apr

30

397

35%

Jan

33 Vt

1,577

35'%

5974

5
—1
50

General Electric Co—

Gillette

•

_—®

Ford Motor Co

Jan

Detroit Stock
6374
38'%

—•

Inc—.—

Stores

55

174 Feb

"

Volume

1&7

Number 5745

.

The Commercial and Financial Chronicle

.

.

(2365)

OUT-OF-TOWN MARKETS
RANGE

Friday
STOCKS

Week's

Last

Range

Sale Price

of Prices

Par

Bethlehem Steel

Binks-

——8

(Un).

Corp

Booth Fisheries Corp_.
Borg-Warner Corp
Sons

(E

Borthers

417s

24

24

41(4

41

.—5

?

500
450

Apr

2,500

78

78

50

25%

Minneapolis

42

May

Minnesota

Jan

13%

16

Far

41% May
26% Jan

Feb

34%

27

High

Jan

20%

41(4

15%

16

May

Mississippi River Fuel

Middle

South

C Television

&

78

13%

14%

May

1,100

13%

Apr

16

Jan

12

500

9%

Jan

13%

Apr

900

27%

26%

20%

100

KB

2,800

13(4

500

Apr

22(4

,

1

32(4 May
■26% May

Calumet

&

Hecla

Inc_

1

5

Canadian Prospect Ltd
Celanese Corp of America

13%

1%

Jan

$3

convertible

&

common

700

9(4

i%May

Jan

13% May
2% Mar

1(4 Jan
12

Jan

17(4 May
2% Feb

i

45%

46(4

500

41%

Jan

35%

35%

100

31%

Jan

'

9%

20(4-

19%

-

55

.——1''

Manufacturing Co—
Chemical Co
Monsanto Chemical (Un)

10%
20(4

55

5 %

series

A

*
100

com

preferred

—I

20(4 Jan

New

57

33%

100

33% May

37% Feb

55

900

48

Apr

55

14%
17%

15(4

500

11%

Jan

18(4

200

13%

Jan

May

Service

46(4

J__8.50

Electric—,

Co

33%

4%

—I

preferred _———__J

Coleman Co Inc. _!
Colorado

Fuel

&

*

National

Tile

York

Corp

Columbia Gas System

'

'

p

Northern
Northern

Natural

Gas

18% May

Northern

Pacific

27%

27%

400

19%

24%

600

19(4

9%

1,300

7%

Jan

10% May

46%

1,100

44%

Apr

57

Jan

27% May

Apr

Northern

24(4 May

5.25%-

preferred
Consolidated Cement

.

Jan

33(4 May
53% May

Oak

Feb

Jan

42% May

35%

1,500

28

Jan

35 %

84%

86

200

79%

14

300

12

Jan

19

500

86

18% May

*

May
May

14

Jan

T«

18(4

Jan

18 (u

18(4

18%

1,700

16

Jan

18(4 May

46%;'

46

47

1,800

41(4

Jan

48

May

50

108%

Feb

112

Jan

5,600

18%

Jan

19%

1,900

14%

Jan

'

Olik-Mathieson

Pacific Gas & Electric

(Un)

___.

51%

20% May

prior preferred
Pennsylvania RR
People's Gas Light & Coke

Jan

49

% May

Pepsi-Cola

9%

9(4

1,700

6%

Jan

10

May

26

(Un>

(E I)

13(4

3,200

11%

2834

200

19(8

1,800

24%
15%

*

>

23%

26

2,010

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3%

Mfg

42

5

.

'

&

Central RR

32(4

100

—

Iron

55%

——10

52

common—_—j._1-

Mar

53

a

Co

*

■

28

55%

23%

(Un)

10

;

—

'

45%

9%

25

Cincinnati Gas &
Cities

80%

5

North American Aviation
(Un)
North American Car Corp

Apr

9%

~

City Products Corp
Cleveland Cliff's Iron

73% Feb

100

1

Jan

22(4

.

Chicago-Rock Island & Pacific Ry Co_"
Chicago South Short & So Bend—12.50
Chrysler Corp

400

30%

0

(Un)

Mar

52(4 Mar

Co

Standard

Northern
*

Chicago & Northwestern Ry

76%

30%

50c

9

5

53(4

-

15(4
'

76%

_•

Gypsum Co

National Lead

'

Chicago Milw St Paul & Pac—___•

76%

11%

I
class A

Company

National

Apr

6% Jan

_3

National

43%

1,300

•

Inc

National Distillers & Chem

High

341/4 Jan

3

17(4

200

600

55

Muter

200

7%

•

conv

Low

41

7%

—

_

Montgomery Ward & Co
Morris (Philip) & Co
(Un)
Muskegon Motor Spec

Range Since Jan. 1

High

7%

12.50

46% May
35% May
11% Jan

33%

25 ~

_

1% Feb

46%-i

_25

Ry (Unt

.

35 (a

—^-1

—

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preferred

Ohio

6,100
700

2

2

1'

lUni

Chemetron. Corp

Chesapeake

17

i7,; Mar

-

Central & South West Corp.*.
5
i
Illinois Public Service— —10

Champliiv Oil & Ref

16(4

—50c

Central

Products

2

17

*
*

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Certain-teed

12%

-16%C

(Un)

'

1

•harea

•

Monroe

12%

32%

Bales

far Week

1

Missouri Portland Cement

31%

41

10

30% Jan

Apr

72% Mar

14'/8 *

lOfe"1

1

Corp

Brewing Co
& Mfg
(Un)

Range
•f Prtees
Low

10

Min

Motorola
C

Utilities

Modine

15

—

36(4

50

Week's

Last

Sale Fries

32%

5

IIZJ

23

Friday

4,000

26%

•<

MAY

Range Since Jan. 1
Low

78

J)_

ENDED

STOCKS

Shares

15 (a :■
26%

5

:

Budd Company
Burlington Industries (Un)_
Burroughs Corp (Un)_.

.Butler

393;

5

Boeing Airplane

&

413;
24

WEEK

for Week

High

1

Co

Manufacturing

Brach

Low

FOR

Sales

__

Apr
13% May

Woolworth

World

«F

Wj

Co

fUn)

Publishing Co

Youngstown 8heet & Tube.

.10

44%

-1

85

36

Jan

85% May

31

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The Commercial and

.

.

.

Monday, May 26, 1958

(2366)

38

OUT-OF-TOWN MARKETS
WEEK

FOR

RANGE

MAY 23

ENDED

Last

Exchange

Pacific Coast Stock

Corp

39%

39%

185

38% May

20

20%

512

14%

9?JS

9Va

9%

410

95c

94c

1.00

12,750

58

230

2%

3'A

5

5

Allegheny Corp common <Un)_.
Allied Artists Fictures Corp

4

-1

75%

76%

221

22%

23%

1,472

Ltd
——
Petroleum (Un)—
—Airlines Inc com (Un)——1
Bosch Arma Corp (Un)——2
Edcast-Para Theatres (Un)_l
Can Co (Un)
12.50

Aluminium
Amerada
American

American
American
American

Cement

American

Cyanamid Co »Un>_—

Feb

Fluor

Apr

95%

14%

Jan

18!#

19%

Feb

23

Apr

Feb
Mar

Mach

17

100

13%

Jan

858,

42 V«

Feb

47% May

320

22'2

Feb

25

Apr

General

25

39%

Jan

47% May

General

668

2,302

Inc
1
Factors Ltd (Un)—
20
Motors Corp (Un)
ft
Potash & Chem Corp—
Radiator & S S (Un)
5
Smelting Ac Refining (Un)—•

12 '/it

—100
29

178%

Electronics

American
Atuericua

American
American
American

American Tel & Tel Co

(Un)

American Tobacco Co

Co

(The)

Anaconda

Atlas

7,335

81/4 Mar

s

May

39

325

34% May

41%

Jan

14% Mar

11?8

1,038

11 % May

44

45

1,600

36

177% 178'h

2,928

84

87 %

1,117

28%

29

770

43

45

1,254

84

45

,

Jan

167% Jan

45

May

Feb

87 % May

Jan

30%

Apr

40% Feb

47% Mar

28

27%

28%

610

22%

Feb

32

32 %

980

26%

Jan

32% May

Apr
Feb

49

Apr
Jan

33% May

3934

49

1,579

14

14'%

530

12%

33%

33 %

190

3138

20%

21 Vh

2,109

17%

35%

35

35%

805

7%

7%

7%

1,034

46%

49

21

1

,

3

3

3

6%

May

147s Mar

Co

Motors Corp

Paint Corp

12% May

1,000
132

6

Apr

8

Apr

1,400

21c

Jan

50c

Apr

20%
a25% a29%
477 b
48%

1,398

18% May

25%

Jan

1%
48%

2,500

48'%
39%

a29%

Bethlehem Steel

42

4,197

36%

Apr

42

10'%

Jan

13% Mar

1

4'%

Jan

7

145

18%

Feb

40!»

45%

Apr

52 %

Mammoth

6c

7c

1,639
6,00(»

13%

14

429

7c

5c

Min—

Cons

13.7B

2

Blue Diamond Corp

12%

12%'

12%

2

Bishop Oil Co
Black

41%

8

(Un)

C'orp

Jan

1

36%

Jan

Jan

4c

May
Jan

I %

Mar

48% May

May

7c

May

Mar

15

May

34% Feb

42

May

13

41%

1,998

Bond

(Un)

Airplane Co

Chlca

Bolsa

Oil

11%

13

7,506

G?u

17

lUmJ—:—_

Inc

Stores

12

-1

Corp

17%

200

14%

.—5

C

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(Un)_.

Case

12

2.850

28%

28-%

100

21%

21'%

74

45%

4571

703

39%

17 ?8

45%

18?«

605

14% Jan

17%

lii

Apr

II

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Mar

31

Apr

21% Feb

4.18

5)',

3,616

3%

Apr

25%,

26%

230

23'%

Feb

liV Apr

108

^
,—
—

Oil

Hancock

45% May
18 % Apr

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5

26% May
1%

Feb

44%

987

32% Jan

44% May

55

53

927

48%

Apr
19% Mar

55

45%
53 Vb

315

22 ?«
46%

22%
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Apr

57

45

Feb

53 % May

53%

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19%

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31%

31%

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2,136

18%

25

47%

Jan

44

3%

10

May

23% May

2,231

18%

-

2.50

Motors

Continental Oil Co

common

Com Products

Crane

Oil

Crestmont

itawaiian Pineapple

Crucible Steel Cc

Curtis

"iirtlss-Wrlght

Corp

28%

341 # Mar

Feb

14

Apr

32

18%

450

14%

Jail

18% May

49%

416

40%

Jan

49% May

9%

425

Jan

10

300

40

Feb

51

May

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543

33%

Jan

42% May

28%

160

25%

Jan

4%

4%

425

4%

Jail

5%

Feb

Jan

49%

Jan

4f

6%

2,455

48%

44%
96

Mar

Records

Di

McNeil!

Oil

Loew's

Douglas

Aircraft

Oil Co

Dow

Chemical

J

Menasco

El

Pa60

Kodax

Co

diddle

28% Mar

May

100

Electric

Emerson

Mission

For

footnotes

18

22% May
116% May

Feb

301

Feb

40%

47

110,129

25%

Feb

47

23%

23%

179

22%

Jan

24 %

8!«

8%

8%

370

938

9

9%

2,182

40%

3934

40%

215

21?b

22

615

2634

463-'i

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40% May
22% May

21%

Jan

27'% May

55c

Jan

27%

943

62c

66c

1 300

2.30

2.60

550

2.00

Apr

20%

20%

135

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831

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44.

44%
48%

165

3%

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—

76c

3?#

45c

32?#

650

7,000

43c

44c

7

Jan

44% May

40

Fell

50

2%

National

Jan

National Biscuit Co

26

2,174

1.15

105

1.10

14%

5
*

.

2.50
j

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14%

250

34%

35%

35%

1,130

17%
—

205

72

—

18

72

2

23%

22%

23%

16%'

16%

17!

4,376

19% May

Diablo

40c

65c

Apr

"

(Un)

41

100

37

Mar

41

May

64%

387

00%

Feb

65

Mar

32

33%

470

28%

Apr

33% May

33%

34%

1,540

28%

Apr

75%

75%

220

71%

Jan

34% May
77% Mar

96

95

96

377

85 %

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96% May

34%t

33%

34 3 «

947

29%

Feb

35

10%

10%

210

7%

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Apr

57c

Jan

Jan

'f-*'

2,600

Mar

37c

43c

43c

37%

270

85%

Apr

41

37%

40

426

35

Apr

40%

23

Feb.

29

25%

25

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1,914

8%

9

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7%

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88%

85 3 4

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18

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Feb

75

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22%

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348

37%

Feb

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112

8

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70%

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72%

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67

6%

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100

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-

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45%

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44%

46%

1,985

37% Mar

48

46%

48

1,045

39

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Jau

13%

Feb

17% May
42 % May

Nordon

11%

120

11%

Apr

12%

Feb

54%

Apr

74 %

Jan

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3%

Jan

4%'Mar

North

59 3 4

142

3%

3%

1,300
1,559
350

176% 176 %

471

33 %
173

Apr

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33 3 «

393

31 %

May

103% 104%

1,973

97%

Jan

32%

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27

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33

103%

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32%

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13

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59%

4,043

33%

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59% May

1,859

35c

33%

40c

18%

20! #

41c

337

b

20%

15

33% May
20% Apr

(Uni„

1.023

31%

Feb

1,193

227 a

Jail

25%

63

100

52%

Jan

63

5%

5%

615

4%

Jan

1.75

1.90

1,150

1.85

May

50%

53%

980

37 V\

Jan

18

18 %

633

16%

Jan

19%

41

42%

825

37%

Jan

42% May

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Jan

5%
1.90
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12.50
41

12,750

37%

Feb

107 % May
32 %

Apr

Oahu

2c

2c

21%

1G1

18%

Feb

23

31%

145

28%

Apr

317

a

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30%

30 %

30%

1,200

30

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30%

Jan

267k

26%

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170

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page

44.

(Un)

48%

48%

297

42

Jan

48 7

23%

24 %

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21

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24% May

43%. Jan

48'a May

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8%

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Feb

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5

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16%

17%

297

14%

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1

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31%

3,725

1.50 Jan
25%

170

26% Mar

30% May

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18

18

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17

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1.75

1.70

1.80

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2%

2%

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Feb

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Corp

5

Feb

Jan

29%

12%

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Jan

2.00

33%

237b

34%

230

3%

3%

200

34%

34 %

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34%

Olaa Sugar Co Ltd lUm

310

6?a May

31%

1

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9% May

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6'%

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9%

]

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15%

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12%

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6

6% May

Jan

•

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15%

Jan

4%

10

ft

(On)

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30%

Feb

Mar

326

25

V-

5

4

12%

12' i

1

common

831

a

313

12%

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1

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5-

1,684

4%

35:%

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(Un)

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35%

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Power

Sugar Co Ltd
Co

Feb

1

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Feb
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3c

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Co

eviuemui

Jan

1.95

53 % May

31%

1

Aviation

Tceanlo

5% May

21 %

in

Corp (Dili

Invest

Northrop

Jan
May

31 !a

5

Co

American

.Feb

Jan

33 7h

24 3,a

63

■

Ltd

Pacific

36%

32%
24%

Mines'—p 10

American

Northern

Apr

50c

Jan

28%

739

Jan
Mar

125

24%

*

preferred

Jan

40%
188

Oil

Norris

May

48

1—18

(Un)

Co

Mohawk
Corp

Feb

7'/a

40% May

33%

5r

Company

Niagara

Jan

733a May

16 3 8

100,

10

Client

&

Feb

Jan

9%

56%

—

25c

England Electric System

38

6 % May

4?#

487

Fibres

Central RR Co

394

89% Mar
42 7 a May

2
&

Gypsum

Natomas

Feb

Mar

367

(Un»

National Theatres Inc

245

52%

1

70

Jan

May

37%

1

Auto

National

a

59 34

—

.

16%

Mar

16

3534 May

41

59 3 4

10
com

Jan

Jan

41

Co

Distillers

42

3%

•

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Watrd

'ontuoinery
Mt

11%

41
■

-

14

27%

May

3?a May

Jan

64 ?i»

64%

10%c

Utilities

Montana-Dakota

1.45

3.i

1.15

23

26

May

2.75 May

20% May
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.

Jan

-38% May
16% Jan

62c

48%

Apr

10

Feb

7%'

May

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8

8% May

2.30

Chemical

Monsanto

Feb

(Un)




843

813

6%

Co

Lode

Co

Jan

Corp

see

Mother

Develop

28'«

(Un)

Co

22%

112 113%

40%

Mississippi River Fuel Corp..,

21% Mar

37%

Products

21%

Jan

53%

Radio & Phono

Apr

24%

Inc

Jan

'Un'

Auto-Lite

Electrical

Util

Soutn

3%

7.50

Co

Jan

16 ?a

534

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10%

_

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2%

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113%

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Apr

Co

Gas

Mfg Co
Petroleum

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Apr

of Calif

Natural

J art

39%

—

Inc < Un ►

Merchants

8%

Co

Air Lines

Eastman

2%

14%

1

Co

2%

1
1

Feb

44

132

1,070

57%

Robbins

&

15%

Industries

Eastern

38%, Apr

2%

15%

1

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McKesson

620

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956

2%
15%

24%

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Martin
Matson

60(i

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&

39 3i

37% May

Jan

2%

1

(Un)

M & M Oil Co

1,338

50c

deNemours

39%

■

1% Feb

i% .Mat

15%

•

9

(Un)

Dresser

31%

(Un)

Co

(P)

2%

10

duPoni

625

35?h May

40'%

(Un)

Inc

Loriilard

19%-

Dorr-Oliver Inc common

Douglas

1,700

36%

-ti

'24%

Corp

8%

2

Fields

Aircraft

Lockheed

2%

pfd~
(Walt) Productions

Dorrrtnguez

1%

34%

83% Jan

Feb

Jan

-.1

Llbby

&

17%

Inc

Ltd

1%
36%

Apr

•

t,—— —50c

Liggett & Myers Tobacco (Un)_
List Industries Corp <Un%
Lltion Industries Inc

19%

(Un)

Dome Mines

—•

(Un)——_—

Co

112

cum

Disney

54c

7

—

Salt

99%

Giorgio Fruit Corp class B
83

Feb

Mar

—10

Iiic

Lear

98

Abbey Co

Deere & Co

30C

33

70 %

•
2%

County Land Co

Kern

158

Feb

Jan

Apr

Al'r

29%

29%

4

1

(Un)

*

8%

Jan

2.20

Jan

175

235

com—33 %o

Kaiser Alum & Chem Corp
Kaiser Industries

Kennecott Copper

\ai'l

Decca

Laughlln Steel (U11)

Jones &

Mindanao

47%

-

'18

May

51

50c

com

(Uif)

Corp

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(Uni_12%

America

.

15%

104

10o
ft
10

Oil

Jade

47% May

27%
47%

1.65

723

35?«

•
Internatl Nickel Co of Canada (U11) •
International Paper Co (Un)—:
7.50
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•
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—
33 %«

Jan

18%

42

:

38

"

—

M

54%

ft

:

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Jan

27% May

Feb

33%.

73%

International Harvester

Macy & Co (R H) common
Marchant Calculators

55

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Corp common
I

350

73%

(Un)—50c

18?# May

1,466

51

29%

34 7 «

Cc———.v—-10
Ideal Cement Co
———10
Illinois Central RR Co
(Un)—
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31% May

55

9%

46 ?i May

Apr

357 it

31% May

11% May
44% Jan

lo

Publishing Co (Un)

Cypress

Maryland Mines Corp

Jan

42

48%

Jiiil

23%- Jau

7,300

Idaho Power

Feb

300

1

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460

1

40:%

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50c

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25

12!,<

5

Apr

44 % May

23%

657;

1,867"

47c

■

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Feb

39% May
21

Jan

47c

—.—-10

Honolulu OH Corp—

Jan

377

May

38%

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2.50
50c

—

200

.

Jan

Jan

59:-

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33% J»n
14% J ley

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439

4,859-

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32

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44%

—

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Hercules

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24 7 0 Mar

12%

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57

8

2.40

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355

64

55

57!

1,861

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15 %

5

Financial Corp
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Western

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2,155

20

65%

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59

3

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415

10

197#

56%.

58%

com

Steel Co (Un)—-—12.50

Feb

16%

97b

19% Jan

58

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59

16%

30% May

Apif
Apr

30%

759

2.00

13%

61

Feb

14

1.95

67%

9%

24%

600

2.00

Apr

16%

Jan

882

14 %

3%

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55%

-

39

30%

36%.

879

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36

14%

36 %

20% May

61%

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39

25 3 4

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14%

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26%

3,376

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1,774

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11 %-

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20%

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May

Jan

4?8

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32% May

19%

26%

1

7% May

23

Feb

Feb

39%

24%

12.50
10
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Columbia Gas System

Apr

8

1'

13 Va

1,180

253i

19

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Apr

Apr

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46%

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(Un)
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B

27%

56%

50

24 ',#

1

(Un)

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&

9?# Jan

468

2

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Chesapeake & Ohio Ry

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Jan

6%

338

1
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125

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32'%

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6%

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12

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Colorado

0%

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Certain-teed Products Corp

Clary

Jan

25

Oil Co

Co

Vought

May

16

12

1%

(Un»__
Caterpillar Tractor Co common
Celanese Corp of America

Chance

25

Apr

32%

5

Natural Gas Ltd

I.

Apr

13%

5.50

—_

Packing Corp
Dry Corp (Un)

(J

19%

186

1

Canadian Pacific Railway (Un)
Canso

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2,509

14

10c

California

Canadian Atlantic

1,661

25

5

California Ink Co.Canada

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1

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14

26 ?«

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Burroughs Corp

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17% May
29% Jan

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Jan

Jan

25

1

18%

Jan

56)4

Idaho

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40%

41%

.—S

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18%

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Jan

26

325

Feb

15

17%

59

Hilton Hotels Corp

1%

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Bengnet Cons Inc (Un)
—
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41%

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May

17% May

„

29%

Lakes Oil & Chem Co

Great

6

18%

20

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1,536
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24%

Goodyear Tire

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38

37%

39

39

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53 a

57%

15% Apr

215

43%

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37c

37c

19%

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35
27

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:

44%

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Jan

6%

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48%

—

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17%

444

7% May

Feb

21

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7%

280

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675

55

33

1,554

Telephone (Un)
10
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General

Apr

5'8

1
——,———5
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1
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1
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18%

148

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—

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Greyhound

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Jan

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55

General Tire

2% Feb

Jan

17%
42%

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Utilities

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Great

9%

27

17%
42%

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General

Granite City

2.85 Mar

34%

25%

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—„—

General Foods Corp

Feb

1,386

;

34%

27

17%

Exploration Co of Calif.

Jan

3%

3',8

34%

21% May

11%

11%

Baltiwin-Lima-Hafnilton Corp (Un)—13
Bandini Petroleum Co
1

May

Dynamics Corp
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(Un)

8%

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13

Jan

1.10 Jan

Jan

86c

507 8

General

39 3 a

1,530

Jan

5iV

Oil of TexasControls Co

Jan

520

6%

—

7%

500

Amer

34% Mar
7

490

7

Jan

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38%

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May

29

14%

12%

6%

178 % May

76

26%

32 VH

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1

(Un)

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14%

44%

10
(Un)—.—_.——10

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Warrants

Avco

25%

11%

Santa Fe (Un)

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Jan

39

•

Atlantic Refining Co

27

25

10
5
10

Anderson-Priehard Oil Corp (Un)
Arkansas Louisiana Gas (Un)
Armco Steel Corp (Un)
Armour & Co (111) (Un)——.—
Associated Dry Goods Corp

May

150

13%

29
60

(Un)
(Un)

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American

Jan

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7

6%

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15

14 7

May

12%

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1134 May
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47

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17

13%

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24%

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17%

46 %

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500

12%

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Flintkotc Co (Un).

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90c

12%

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500

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46%

25
10

preferred

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4% May

100

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,

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—1
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—.—
5
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58

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200

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10

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(

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32

34%

20
1.25

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49 %

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Jan

7'4

1

—100

Feb

43%

•

---

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25

—

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Air

High

Low

Par

Emporium Cap well Co — „
Erie Railroad Co (Un)

Range Since Jan. 1
LOW

_2.50

Industries Inc (Un)——
ACF Wriglev Siores Inc (Un)
Admiral Corp i.—
L—

Alaska

Shares

Range Since Jan. 1

Shares

High

Low

Par

for Week

.

Sale Price

ACF

Aeco

Range

of Prices '

Last

STOCKS

for Week

Range

of Prices

Sale Price

Sales

Week's

Friday

Sales

Week's

Friday
STOCKS

3%

1.50

Jan

May

14% Mar
2.05

Jan

2% May
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May

35s Mar

4

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Apr

43

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Commercial

and Financial
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153

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37

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60%
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8

33%

33%

33 Va

6
15

26%

Western

Union

Feb

Westinghouse

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Feb

5544

Feb

62

14%

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1544

265

45%

Jan

699

CO CO
6

Va

154a

29%

Feb

3444

30%

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35%

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14%

Jan

17%

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21%

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130

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31%

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5% Jan
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1,399

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1,353

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16

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Seheriner

Corn

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Incornorated

32 %

327b

417

27

Jan

224b

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693

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237b

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21%

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common

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575

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World

Airlines

Tri-Continental Corp
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Union

Carbide

2944 Mar
244

32 %

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35%

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33%

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Pacific

Union

Sugar

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Air

Aircraft

Lines

Cuban

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Feb

5244

1

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3844

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32

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115

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185

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162

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Pittsburgh Screw & Bolt
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3

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—

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1

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41

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Pittsburgh Slock Exchange

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n

c

Steel Mills

Premier

Telephone

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32%

125

28

Jan

38%

20

1,679

14%

Apr

20

May

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63

39%

Apr

46

6%

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5,406

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32%

31%

32%

3,550

26

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32% May

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525

43%

Jan

48

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400

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12%

Apr

25%

75

22%

Feb

25% May

88

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90

-

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Pipe Line Co

class

Corporations

May

8

Feb

46

22 %

Apr

24% May

64%

Jan

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1,300
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44

25

42%

24%

24%

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10

70

70

25

a3.40

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25

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Mar

Apr

May

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Jan

27% May

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63c

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120

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37

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38%

50

50c

Feb

9% May

31%
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Jan

May
Feb

85c

Jan

13% May
Apr
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38% May
37

May

41% May

41%

41%

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12

12%

800

10% Mar

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57

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59%

2,110

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63

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630

66

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21

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170

18

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21

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•

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May

82% May

cum

"A" pfd__50

59

59

100

59

May

59

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United Fuel Invest Ltd

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Jan

7

69

7%

44

25

'71% May

64

68

7%
44

69

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pfd

Mountain

25%

25%

25

21

Mar

25% May

13%

Ltd

6.9%

Jan

77% Mar

12

83%

Feb

94

May

45%

46%

3,764

31%

Feb

47 %

May

a27

Algoin Uranium Mines Ltd

a27

100

21%

Jan

27

May

44%

Alscope

45%

1,430

37

Jan

45% May

22%

23

450

18%

Jan

23

May

Ameranium

19V2

Am

21

May

Anaeon

a91% a91%

a2l% a2l%

10

10

29%

Apr

.

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25%

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40
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Union Gas of Canada Ltd

50

«

36

5% Jan

al3

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9
May
43% May
14% May

com

Jan

16 %

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B

Jan

Bloedel class ~~

61%

350

1,296

12%

NU^tamon&Structural steel
MacMillan

200

37

41%

23

64

37

40%

•

Feb

May

50

41%

3

6

2,700

class A

Corp

Mar

10

2o

38%

Traders Finance

Jan

Jan

38%

Standard

30

9% May
40% Mar
a__

21%

37%

19% May

Jan

May

100

38%

Apr

Apr

40% Mar
a__

9

May

45

1,100

1.28

25 y2

8%

151

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1.26

13%

Jan

May

25

11%

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Mar

39%

Feb
Feb

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79

6

67c

38% Mar

221

260

141

Jan
Mar

24

1.28

Ltd

Power

1,275

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I
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10

9%

1

1

3,426

Ufbatt Limited

500

2,000

13%

1,445

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45

*

28%

Windsor

151

a46

-

46

pfd
100
Paving & Materials Ltd..
=>

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19%

Interprovincial Pipe Lines

Jan

66% Jan

5

•

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Ltd

(1957)

Save

27%

g

32c

2,065

13%

19%

International Utilities Corp

2,300

79

5
*

common

Inc

Gas

28%

74

45c

,

1

50

Ltd.

Corp

Industries

Maurice

&

part 2nd pfd

(Canada)

Southern

70%

33%

34

5

5
*

common

Corp 69b

19

46%

20

a50

Royal Dairies Ltd
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Newfoundland Light & Pow Co Ltd__10
Northern Quebec Power Co Ltd com.."

32%

73%

46%

Jan

9%

alO

19%

May

Apr

•a40

Light & Pow Co Ltd com_13.50

Mexican

42%

Jan

9%

88

Melchers

33% Feb

17%

a50

*
100
10

Paper Co.,
4% pfd
Distilleries Ltd 6% pfd

29% Mar

29'

a40

25

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May

1/09 Jan

100

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Power &

McColl-Frontenac

2.30 Mar

53

975

151

151

44%'

1
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Apr

215

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2.05

8.00 May

34

45c

0

com

2.00 Mar

46

50

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15%

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76%

78%

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1,280

46

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Paper Ct Ltd

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Apr

coin.."

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Co

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conv

Trans

Jan

19

Mar

Corp

Investment Foundation Ltd

Class

May

45

14

10

Hydro-Electric

Shop

22

41

135

Goodyear Tire & Rubber of Can Ltd..*

St

Jan

May

250

19

34

Russell

Mar

22

Ltd

Quebec

Apr

151

150

'

Oilcloth & Linoleum Co Ltd *

Ford Motor

65

39

Jan

42%

Fleet Mfg

Power

Apr

34% Jan

42

Dominion

37% May
7% May

Mar

5

46

Jan

Feb

250

17

al9

Feb

Apr

39
150

38%.

20%

*

Apr

Jan

42

17

5

5%

Mar

25% May

Jan

42

Ltd

Standard

Engineering

34%

80

Jan

35%

22

1

Co

Dominion

54

34

20%

*
♦

Crown Zellerbach Corp

725

Jan

555

1,725

..

150

Consumers Gag

100

Apr

25

41%

39

Consolidated Paper Corp Ltd

Moore

May

23 %

class A_*
Ltd...
*

Westinghouse Co

Lowney

May

8

1

Internatl

London

Feb

6

May

S

1.00 May

150

Rand Co Ltd..:.

Canadian

,6%

1.00 May

63c

*

Canadian

Hotel

Jan

41%

23%

*

Co...

Canadian Ingersol

Hinde

s

Jan

5

"

Arena

Canadian Dredge & Dock Co Ltd

383

79

36c

13,900

55c

<■

Class B
Canadian

7%

27%

■

-High

Low

High

50c

55c

*
*

Canada Packers Ltd class A.

3

i

Apr

Range Since Jan. 1

Shares

450

1,430

7.50

May

for Week

Range

8

9

Ltd

29

.32
May
48% May

Sales

Week's
of Prices

500

14%

Petroleum Co

28% May

105%

Exchange

1,250

79

I^wmttonal Nickel common
of Canada" com"_"

Jan

5%

Development Co Ltd

41%

International Paper

42

1.00

37%

52%

150

5%

28%

12%

48%

1.00

79

52%

Jan

5%

28%

a

26%

1.00

79

10

425

Feb

103% Mar

5

28%

50

30

Low

•

Timber

&

9

~

30

Expressed In Canadian Dollars

Par

13%

$2.75 preferred

24%

25

29%

.30

Last

40%

BBNuid Cement Preferred

Jan

2

29

105 105 %

105

Fabrics Products Co Ltd class B_*

37

a

Feb

1,781

4.00

Friday

9

__

Feb

5.QO Jan
14

29%

Sale Price

41

common

Mar

29

STOCKS

13%

Corp

4.25 Mar
12

3.75

Canadian Stock

•

preferred

Jan

29

Prices Shown Are

32%

•

29%

13%

•

Imperial Tobacco of Canada" corn _IIII•

_Z

43% May

20%

48%

•

Imperial Oil Ltd

38% Mar

685

~—

•

common

May

60
200

4.00

......

preferred

100

101

•

Zellers Limited common
4%%

Jan

95

58% May

43%

43

27%

*

j

Feb

a..

Jan

27%'

100%

27%

•

Jan

45%

43%

29

preferred

Feb

35

Class B

6%

Apr

...1

& Worts

(Canada) Ltd

Weston (Geo) class A___

•

""

Imperial Investment

International

.29%
45%

278

45%

*

-2

o

Glass B.

Howard Smith Paper
Hudson Bay Mining

£2/25

29%

•

Pipeline

Steel Corp
Walker Gooderham

United

•

I™

26 %

3,530

10

Bank

Oils

Triad

7%

37%
•

common

Jan

25%.

Mount
•

common

23%

25%

100

preferred

5%%-

Steinberg's

Feb

May

10%

—

1

Fraser Cos Ltd common
•
French Petroleum preferredIIIIIIII_lQ

Steel

30

Jan

12%

•

Foundation Co of Canada.:

General

Jan

97%

71

20

Corp

Ford Motor Co

General

14% May

23%

10

15%
19%

13%
12 •

Famous Players Canadian Corp

5% %

Jan

650

15%

•

Eddy Paper Co class A pfd

5%

30

30
a 99%

a

73%

23%

Dow Brewery Ltd
Dm Pont (1956) common

H)

14%

29%

•

common

Ltd

Bros

Jan

a99%

29%

•

common

Redeemable preferred

Dominion Textile

(T

2 5',4

3,196

•

Coal

&

Dominion Tar & Chemical

Estabrooks

1,530

22%

•

Dominion Stores Ltd

Electrolux

28%

21%

"lO

preferred

Donohue

28%

22

«

May

32% May

a—

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28%

•

~

May

38

Jan

45

Anglo-Nfld

May

29

coin"™~»
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19

Jan

20

3,170

:

18%

__

Jan

27

60

Jan

2

Corsets

14

140

a52

Mar

8

Jan

•

Dominion Foundries & Steel
Preferred

'90

58%

Toronto-Dominion

Jan

Mar

37

a52

i

....

Jan

13

14%
100

18% al8%

55%

Mar

6

•

22

Jan

57%

Consolidated

Distillers Seagrams
Dominion Bridge,

Apr

95

Jan

25% Feb

29%

13% May

•

A_

12

4.65 May

14%

31%

*
*

Power

Canada.

May

211112222

Distillery

Crown Zellerbach

145

100

*

Canada

of

Co

Feb

11%
__

10?8 Feb

8,913

38

48

14%

11%

13

1,040

Jan

27%

13%

Combined EnterprisesConsolidated Mining & Smelting
Consumers Glass

Apr

42

45%

28

coghiin <B j)

21

42

Abitca

14%

•

90

,

42

19% May

1,998

«

Equipment

6%

22,660

Feb

May

555

Jan

79c

64%

11

20?a

16

25%

Mar

3.10 Mar

1,750

20%

1,235

25

53

7,645

.

20%

2,180

70c

6,141

60? a

»

17%

25%

25

PStrofina Ltd preferred-. 10

Jan

25%

6% May

Mar

5

1,934

100%

»

Feb

25%

Jan

Simpsons

15

79c

22222

Canadian

31

9.70 Mar

812

2 12
common"

Jan

295

7%

•

Jan

98

Sicks* Breweries common

Southern

Feb

14% May

12%

"8,825

100

29%

Southam Co

Feb

13

16% Mar

1,424

t>

May

370

'14%'

11%"

100

14% Feb

Feb

50

13'/a

~

Canadian International Power

Apr

13

150

6

(i5VB
13'A

12221

common

27

25

♦

1

11

Jan

Apr

645

30%

32% May

3.00 Mar

20

15

15

30%,

*

al4

14%

"20

pfd
Husky
Canadian Hydrocarbons

Jan

105

14%

25

Canadian Cottons 69c

695

9%
a3.00

u22% a22%

__

♦

Canadian

301/4

9%

30%

—

•

%

a3.00

30 %

•

common

^

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Feb

35%

•

Rights
Canadian Pacific Railway

24%
51

•

36

Canadian Canner class A
Canadian Celanese common

•Preferred

29% May

97

25

Canadian Oil Companies

Apr

May
31% May

121/4

—

Industries

70j/2
103

•

;

$1.75 series

Mar

42

i2~50

Warrants
'Bronze

24% Feb
26% Jan

2.821

29

common

Preferred

Corbys

Jan

30%

Canadian British Aluminum

Cockshutt

Jan

97

29

Bank of Commerce

Canadian Breweries

Canadian

62

10

31%

Foundries common

Malting -common
Canada Safeway Ltd 4.40% pfd
Canada Steamship common 1
:6% preferred
Jl
"

Canadian

595

103

20

Canada

Canadian

69%

'

"

common

$1.30 preferred

Jan

69

C9%
.100

.

36%

103

common

Preforred

Canada

39

25%

Jan

31%

*

com

preferred

Steel

-

Building Products

a

50
50

preferred.

Jan

30%

18%
37

*

A

Class

Series A 4%

Feb

%

a96%

*

preferred
Class B-5%% preferred
5%%

A

12% Mar

11%

27%

a96 a96%

13

100

preferred

43% Mar

20

12%

*

•

395

Brown

-

11

•
1

60% May

100

10

Corn common

.

000

U

"

11

-

Jan

'

♦
100

St Lawrence Cement class A

Feb

Jan

1,570

25

.11

,

Mai

34y2 Mar

54%
34%

437

12

32%'.

32

May

-28% May
10% Jan

Apr

500

2,990

40

11

(James)___

(Canada) common..

Preferred

5%

30

11%

.

,

00%-.-

24%

25'

50

37%

38%

■

59

*

50

38%

9.90

common

—*

•

20%

:

29%

Transport

50

m

21

Apr

32% May

28?a

5%

,

Jail

470

25
25
Shawinigan Water & Power common
*

Telephone

19

39%

Salada-Shirriff-Horsey common

Rights

400

600

May

British Columbia

.20

82% Mar
135

9.90

May

British Columbia Power

Jan

9.90

96

8%

130

29%
60%

47

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220

28 %

;

•

Jan

9?8

-155

26% May
8.00 Jan

Jan

9%

Jan

2,200

89%

9%

26

27% *.28%

42

•

127

16%

80

_

40 '/4 Mai

Feb

1,935

275

preferred

Jan

80

18

96

Columbia Forest Products

10% May

35%

205

17?^

47

W preferred

Feb

1,417

>• 19%

1__*
1

5% % preferred
Royal Bank of Canada
Rights _•.
:
Royalite Oil Co Ltd common

Class

10

40%

20

*

St Lawrence

22"% May

81 •r". 81
a31% ;v32%

•

Co

Apr

,

common

(A V)

Ib'Vs May
36 % May

19?e

17%

95

5%%

100

Apr
Mar

14%
25

*

46

British

10%

40

27%

May

155

46
'

1,122

-

a31%

96

preferred

22%

10?ii

50

red

preferred
preferred

50

22%

,40%

100

cum

325

35

.

4%%

4%%

860

"10

4.10 May

4.10

_•

common

35% May

35%

1

common

:

Company

&

Robertson

42

Jan

35%

16

*

22%

•
__100

Power

58

16%

Light & Power

British Columbia Elec 4%

45

«Jan

25% May

...

Quebec Natural Gas

58

40%

Paper

British American Oil

Jan

41%

,

•

_

Telephone
Bowater Corp 5% preferred
6.preferred
BraatUan "Traction

38%

3,979

21

B

Befi

Bowater

45

'

•

10
—•

Banque Caiiadienne Natlonale
Bathurst Power & Paper class A

44%

44%

io

m

24

Feb

23

200

24

23

2,040

Jan

33

Co Ltd

Bros

Provincial

Bailey Selburn 5 7o ^fd

Mar

26

31 %

of Canada

Power Corp

18% May

48

P0

Mar

77

31%
'

i.

preferred

Products

Powell River

May

Jan

16

81

Page-Hersey Tubes new common
Placer Development
:

Mar

Jan

4b

35

•

Pacific Petroleums

May

50

54

35%

•
*

Corp common
Weaving

Ogllvie Flour Mills common
7%
preferred.
...

20

•

*
.

Jan
Mar

a42 %' a42%

50
50

Steel Car

Niagara

Northwest

1,561

48

48

5

Noranda

May

50

36

53%

,

•
•

Trust

National

jr';;,

29

•

Corp

Atlas Steels Ltd

Montreal

95

90

•

B

Montreal Locomotive.

a51% a51%

•

\

82.40 preferred
$2.50 preferred

25

19,268

Class

Apr

a__

Jan

23

481V

50
Anglo Canadian Pulp pfd
____,__50
Angio Can Tel Co 4lMi> pfd
50
preferred

26%

Mar

47%

pfd—,..-25

of iCan VJo

Aluminum jpo.

a

25%

26%

Aluminium Ltd

Asbestos

Jan

23

■

5% preferred

4%%

24%

35

8,035

u90

50

Molson Breweries Ltd class A

4,150

19%

—

Algoma Steel

High

28
'29
a28% a23?«

28%

_i»

4 te*

High
-8% May

Feb

8%

89

a

50

100

preferred

Paper 5%%

Mersey

High

Low

a

100
L

McColl Frontenac Oil

Range Since Jan. 1

Shares

of Prices

5%

7%

7%

•

Preferred

for Week

Range

Sale Price

1

Massey-Ferguson common

Sales

Week's

Friday

Jan. 1

Low

High

Low

Par

Range Since

Shares

of Prices

Sale Price

in Canadian Dollars

for Week

Range

Last

STOCKS

Sales

Week's

Friday

Montreal Stock Exchange

10

375

10

May

29

29%

1,035

24

Jan

10%

Feb

29% May

Mining

Altex

and

OiI

Exploration

Oils

Mines

♦

Mines

Mining

Ltd

Corp

Aull Metal Mines Ltd

:

;

_"20c

1
*

Jan

IB

12c

Jan

30c

500

9c

May

10c

Apr

5c

3,000

4%c

Jan

6c

Feb

51c

51c

500

42c

Apr

68c

Feb

13c

13c

1,000

15c

Apr

13c

13c

500

21c1

10c

a9c

s

Ltd.

DO

35,000

10c

1

26c
a

—

4%c

—.

—.

—

'

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18

26c

18

18

1

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Ltd

Ltd..

Lead

Anthonian

Stocks—

a
-

6%C Jan
6c

Jan

Mar

14%c May

Volume

5745

Number

187

.

.

The Commercial and
Financial Chronicle

.

(2309)

41

CANADIAN MARKETS
Friday

STOCKS

Last

Oil

&

Gas

Ltd

"A

Low

1

Baker Talc Ltd
Band-Ore Gold Mines Ltd
Baska. Uranium Mines Ltd-——

1

—-—

24c

Mines

27c

7,500

4V2C

4%C

2,000

27c

3c

27c

700

21c

Uranium Mines

I

Apr

51c

Feb

41c

3,600

Jan

23c

7c

Jan

24c

1,000

May

13c

May

21c

Jail

21%

.24%

5,050
400

4.00

5.10

5.25

Feb

4.75

5.80

300

1.85

500

16c

3,700

15c

8,500

10c

1.40

3 Vac
8.00

5c

5c

40c

1

1

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-

•

1.G0

Mines

Marttim.es

Mining Corp Ltd
Exploration Ltd

i

500

6c

Feb

9c

1.500

20c

May

28c

13%

Jan

18Vs May

100

6.10

Jan

8.10 May

3,000

2%c Jan

1.00

49'/a C Apr

25c

4%c

2 5c

a

57c

78c

Jail

23%
42c

May

100

14c

Jan

40c

Jan

50,000

3c

Jau

6%c

Feb

1,430

15

200

15

4c

5,000

45c

—

80%
78c

25c '

78

.

81%
78c 1

70c

40c

40c

10%
10c

10c

1.15

4

43c

10% '
10c

Jan

Feb

4c

Jail

May
Jan

500

Sc

Mar

16c

Jan*

42c

Feb

60c

Apr.

2,000

18c

410

1

Jan

45c

65c

5 V2C

5 VaC

1,000

1.41

1.46

6c
Apr
5Vac Apr

6.MW)

85c

9c

10c

33,800

4c

23<;

Feb

21c

23c

68,350

Vac

15c

Jan

4c

4 %c '

1.500

3c

Nocana Mines
Nortartic

Ltd--—

Mines

North American

Rare

'

<1945)

Okalta

Oils

Ltd—.—J

Jan

1.000

78c

Apr

4,000

4c

Mar

18c

2,000

9 VaC May

17c

4,510

85c

May
May

21c

90c

3.15 '

I,400

85c
3.00

1

5c

8,500

85c

1—

13 VaC May
30c
Feb

10c

3.10
'

9%c'

1.25

1.30

2.75

2,700

14c

14c

14c

3.500

# Openxisca

Explorers' Ltd-—.———1;
Opemiska Copper Mines (Quebec) Ltd_l

9% May

22,500

1.28

Ltd--.—-——-a——-90c

11c

8-..10

8.15

6c

Apr
Feb

1.15
13c

Apr
Mar

Gold

Mining Co Ltd—

Porcupine Prime Mines Ltd
Portage Island (Chib) Mines Ltd
Quebec

Chibougarnau

14c

Feb

1.35

Gold

Goldfields

Feb

—

Atlin-Ruffner

Feb

May

18c

Mar

1.58
18c

Feb

Jan

Gold

Tache

Lake Mines

Tarbell
Tib

Mines

Mines

Ltd

—1

Ltd

1

Feb

1.98

2.21

10,7 i5

1.58

May

15 VzC

16C

1,500
17,500

13 %c

2.21 May
19c
Jan

2,oH8

38'A

Jan

51

Jan

Bankfield
Bank

of

Bank

1

Asbestos

Bicroft

Uranium

Black

Bouzan

!

Montauban

United

Oils

Mines

Ltd

I

Valor Lithium Mines Ltci

Vanguard Explorations Ltd
Ventures Ltd

VioiaM&e Mines

Virginia
Weedon

.

Westburne Oil Co Ltd
I
Western
Decalta
Petroleum
Warrants

,

57c

Mar

Warrants

10c

5.00

3,500

2.38

14,600

6c

1.65

8c

9c

3,500

1.67

1.50

1.67

20,300

*

26

24%

26

1.16

1.19

500

1

16c

16c

1.110

1

20c

20c

•

80c

85C

6c

1.35

600

Jan

Amer

4.55

Jan

11 Va Mar

British

Feb

30c

May

13c

Jan

Jan

Apr

4.25

Feb

2.74

1,400

41

9.943

85c

8,ZOO

12,097
20,500
100

Jan

3.00 May

42%

Jan

85c

Feb

1.25 Mar
18c

Jan

1.35

82c

Jan

60c

9c

Jan

Jan>

20c

IIV4 May
20c

Jan

Apr
12% Jan

'

25c

5,000

5c

8 Vac

27,000

lOc

i«n

8c

7,000

6c

Jan

9%c

Apr

9c

10c

4,100

7c

Jan

17 %c

Jan

43c

35c

Apr

41

Jan

25c

>

43 Va

44

14,310
255

48'/2

49

210

39"

1

Jan

30c

4%c Jan

Jan

60c

Jan

45

42% Jan

Feb

49% Mar

4.10

760

8c

9c

9,500

6.05

6.25

8,040

5%

6%

43,652

5%

Apr

6%

Jan

21

21V4
46%

275

19 Va

Feb

-21 'A

May

11

11%

25
332

3.50

Jan

4.30

Jan

6.25 May

46% Jan

21

21

110

5Vt
17%

1.87

20.844

1.35

48

Jan

Jan

Apr

11

Feb

1.62

—

4.10 May
16c
Jan

7%c Mar

% May
May

21

,1.87 May

37 Va

38%

9,540

33%

Jan

100
—50
—50
-100

81%

81%

70

77

Jan

43'A

431/4
46%

25

39% Feb

45%

280

42

Jan

46%

96

96

293

83

Jan

96

May

50
50

pfd

49%

50 Va

890

44% Mar

51

Mar

38% May

51%
9%

51%

1,320

•

10

4,000

A—*

12%

100

•

37%

12%
38 Va

6,434

75c

78c

61,585

*

Packers

class

Columbia Power

Reef

41

753

1

56c

60c

6,300

—1

10'A

10%

200

1

4 Vac

5C

4,000

1

6c

6V2C

5,500

1

2.70

2.85

5,850

Telephone

Brunhurst

—

Mines

&

Smelting

Buffadison Gold

Buffalo

Ankerite

Apr

Buffalo

Building

Feb

Bunker

Red

Jan

Dry

Dock

12%
13

Jan

95c

1.95

62c

6c

6V2C

11,000

5c

12,100

73c

8c

Mar

VaC

Jan

Jan

2.90

8V2C

10c

9,000

4Vac Jan

12c

38

38 Va

424

35% Jan

42

7 Vac

8c

1,540

6%c Jan

12%

13

946

10'A Jan

class A

7

.7

150

6% Apr

8

13

*

Jan

May

1.34 May

*

1

;

Jan

7c

,

Jan

1.15

Jan

May

7%c

Apr

1.00

Apr
Feb

11% Mar

Jan

8%c Jan

Feb

44% Mar

Apr

9% Jan
4c

Apr

41% Mar

36% Apr
Apr
38% Jan

*

Lake
Ext

*

Burrard

51%

Mar

61c

40 %c

81% May
44

8% Jan
12

1.00

1

1

-——

Products
Hill

40

25

Mines—

48

■

•

9c
13

May
Mar

Feb

May

7VA Apr

1.67 May
26

May

Cable

Mines

Oils

1

33c

25,666

12c

Petroleum

-25o

53c

52c

55c

19,150

45c

Jan

•

24 Va

23

24'/a

1,485

17%

Feb

24 % May

•

697/a

68%

69%

475

62 Va

Jan

70 %

97

Jan

1.24 May

Calalta

Calgary & Edmonton
Calgary

16c

Jan

34c

Feb

3,500

18c

Mar

25c

Mar

2,400

61c

Jan

85c

May

30c

33Vac Apr

Jan

65e

Jan

•

5%

Power common

preferred

—

35

103

Apr
Apr

102 Va

103

4.00

—100

4.00

125

3.00 Feb

4.25 Aor

5.00

5.25

9,525

3.95 Feb

5.90 Mar

•




*

Calvan

'

Cons

—

Pnmnhell

Oil

Chiboueamau

1
....

-1

5.20

v

Jan

7 VaC

——^—

*

Feb

t -55 Jan

IOV2C Jan

10,950

20c

11%

63c

Apr

17c

39% Jan

21,565

1.10

1.30

Jan

1.06

Jan

34C 38 VaC

Rights

May

Jan

Jan

19

Jan

12c

86c

2.45

Oil

Columbia

7.00

10c

66c

8,845

11%

Columbia Forest Products

British

2.64

May

41 Va

28c

common—

preferred
5%% preferred
British

1.26

1,700

3,000

1.10

72c

pfd—>—

5%

5 VaC May
18c
Feb

2.33

75c

1.00

40%

preferredpreferred ——
4%% preferred

10c

1.16

230

4.10

1.04

British Columbia Elec 4%

Jan

21 Va
■

4.25

15
Apr
I7%c Jan
3.55 Apr

Mar
,

Apr
Apr
Apr
Apr

34 Va May

200

45,300

15 VaC 15 Vac

*

Burns

1

4.25

-1

Mines

10c

Ltd—

—*

240

16 Va

20c 23 VaC

—

Mining

2.25

36%

10%

70c

—

Brunsman

10c

36'A

21c

Bright (T G) common
Britalta Petroleum

Brunswick

2.32

36 %

46%

Jan

1

.

Ltd

Mining Corp
Pyrite & Copper Corp Ltd

•
1

—

Mar

1

1
———

13%c May

Preferred

15c

*

Ltd

Jan

common

Jan

24 Vic May
6c
Mar

May

10c

—

Traction

23c

HI

29c

Jan

4.i0

British Columbia

5,000

Feb

Jari

6c

—1

—

Brown Company

81,350

30c

12c

Mines

Mines

Broulan

6.50

18c

Paper

Gold

Feb

7 VaC

May

6,500

——

Jan

€c

Jan

83c

14,600

pfd——_

8c

6.50

May

fel1

20c
-

206,100

—

Ltd-

Mines

Corp 5%
5%% preferred

16c

1

64c

Apr
Jan

7c

—

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Bowater

A

Gold

Mar

Jan

10c
51c

19c

— ——

May
May
Mar

500

3,400

29c

1

Mines

Mines

8c

8c

Jan

12c

Feb

58% May

18c

—*

Uranium

Bay

3c

30c

19o

--

25c

Ltd
class

Hats

4.000

2,250

38,330

12 VaC

•«45 % May

6 VaC

—

Mines

6.700

15,325

Apr
6%c Jan

77 c

17c

Warrants

Bidcop
Biltmore

17.000

10c

Jan

6V2C

Mines

4c

42c

7.05

7*c

13c 14 Vac

20c

30c

2.55 May

15% :Apr

27 Vac

Mines

19c

37c

36 VaC 38'/ac

58

Jan

Va) Jan;

•

Paper class A

———

Bevcon

Apr

13c

58 V4

13

12c

19c

Telephone
Bethlehem Copper Corp

71c

9c

.

•
_

Bell

Jan

24 VaC

1

Corp Ltd

United

•

40c

i

37c
75c

—1

Mines

3c
■

_1

10c
45 V*'

.

611

58%

—1

Power
B

44 %

—

Uranium

Class

9c

45

.1«

Mines

Bathurst

9 Vac

—

Exploration Ltd
Metals Mlnlng-

30c

1

Titan Petroleum Corp
Torbnt Silver Mines Ltd
Trebor Mines Ltd
United

7.1

Nova Scotia

Barymin
Base

16c

1
—

Mines

Barn at

14.000

11c 14 Vac

—

10c

1

10

Mines

Cons

Montreal

of

"Jan

Feb

1

.

—50o

Bankeno Mines

6c

May

Apr

-

1.93

2.10

Oils

Banff

Apr

8%

Feb

16c

Jan

May

3c

1.83

10,o 00

Apr

20C

Apr

6c

Feb

8c

10

4 %%

2,300

11 VaC

May '

33c

25

4%%

1.90

Vac

1

10c

,

23% Feb

Jan

1.83

19.500

12,600

Jan

Jan

Mar

Apr

14c

10c 10 Vac

Jan

4c

21% Mar

6c

Jan

12c

10c

6c

17 %c Mar

21

24c

4c

12c

6c

855

Feb

1.83

.

1

—

■

Apr

6% Apr
Apr

18

450

Jan

9%c Jan

14,200

21c

6%c

6.00

Mar

12,235

5c

4,230

2,500
59,300

—1

Mines

5

15% Mar

10

16c

2,000

10c

22c

20c

3.90 Jan

350

6V2C

9c

9c

1

'

3,153

24

2,500

3,60(1

6

18

Apr

109% Apr

23 Va

3.000

5c

1,356

6

17%

Jan

9%

Jan

24

6,300

13c

5.25

4.95

18

*

common

8% Jan
95

9.15

20c

10%

290

22%

4 Vac

5c

2,315

9.50

19c

10c

9 %

•22%

British

9.90

14

100 Va

Bailey Selburn Oil & Gas class A——1
5% preferred
25
5%% preferred
25

4%C

.—*

Ltd——:

Jan

55c

10c

Ltd_^_—1

Ltd——:

Exploration

6c

Jan

5c

9

99 Vs 100%

9Vn

25c

13

315

Jan

34c

10c

10

10% May

2.65

90c

10%

1.60 Apr

100

15%

Jan

6%c Mar

South

4,200

11

2.36

Jan

Jail

Dufault Mines Ltd—i——1'
Standard Gold Mines Ltd—„,—-—1
Steep Rock Iron Mines Ltd
—i
1

1.93

10%

15 %

2c

3.90

1.88

11

2.50

70c

1,150

1.90

17 %c May
2.25 Jan

15%

500

58c.

Jan

17c

1

II,000

4.35

May

l*>c 17^0

7c

—0

5c

Feb

4.35

May

47

common

75c

5c

55c

53

Jan

109 °0O

Mines

Electric

Auto

Bridge & Tank

10c

56c

19% May

Jan

41

1

Brazilian

26,500

Rexspar Uran & Metals Min Co Ltd—1
Sherritt-Gordon Mines Ltd-.
——1

Tazin

8.40 May

681,500

20c

Jan

43%

495

Aumaque Gold Mines

Bonville Gold

10c13 VaC

*

14

632

5.10

River

Bordulac

25c 26 %c

1

1,870

47

Mines

May

500

18%

52%

Mines

May

2,500

1.26

18 'A

Atlas Yellowknife Mines

35c

-6c

Jan

4 5'A

•

82c

44c

.

Jan

52 V5»

—

Feb

6%c

May

6c

52%

50

—

Jan

5c

28% May

3%c Jan

—•

Acceptance

Aumacho

23c

Feb

50

—

-—

Steels

Aubelle

Jan

40c

Warrants

■

Jan

12c
20 Va

1.18

Gold Mines

15c

42c

12%

18%

Corp common..
preferred

33c

6 VaC

;

Mar

Feb

13c

42c

8.70

Feb
Feb

51% May
13% May

54c

1,000

1

68c
25c

Jan

159,750

51.800

1

48 %

1.26

Feb

26c

Ltd_l

Mines—

Sullivan Consolidated Mines

Feb

40c
Apr
13%c Jan

1.02

1.55

1

Quebec Labrador Develop Co Ltd
Oil Development Ltd
Quebec Smelting Refining Ltd—
Crest

4c

45

—1

4.65

1

Quebec
Red

75c

4c

1

8,366

15,600

51%

*

Mines

Boymar

Pitt

55c
20c

513A

May
May

Bralorne

24c'

Mar

40c

Jan

69c

Jan

86c

Jan

Feb

24 c

35c

25c

29c

60c

Jan

May

25c

22c

75c

15c

64c

25c

Jan

G3c

50c

I8V2C

Corporation

Apt-

-

5,500

Feb

20c

18c

2

18,550

82c

May

60c

32o

10c

—«.!•

17 VaC 18 Vac

77c

24c

Jan

3,500

-

17 Vac

Feb

Jan

May

36c

Jan

8,200

;

IOV2C

5c

15.000

.

1,000

II,675

12c

16c

Mining Corp
Phillips OH Co Ltd...

19c
40c

600

25c

Pennbec

49

19c
37 c

2,100

8.40

5.90

23% May

Jan

7,500

14c

Mines/Ltd—1

Apr

45%

13c

23'aC

Ltd—*—*

31% Mar- '

22

16c

15c

Mines

Uranium

Jan V

25'A Apr

40c

77c

'

May

60c

9c

23 %c

Lake

19,473

29

14c

1

Uranium

Paudash

26%

90

'

-

15c

Partridge Canadian Exploration Ltd—1

Orchaa

Apr

———1

Nickel

Bouscadillac

9 'sic

Jan

41c

Apr

82c

—1

21%

14,500

Feb

1.46 May

9%c

18c

2,695
6,250

.

May

98% May"
6.70 May

4c

7Vac

82c

—1

Ltd

Jan

8%c

9%c

1

Metals

Nortfcspan Uranium Mines
Obalski

9 VaC

———1

Ltd——

29
45c

-18

3 VaC

14c

1.25 Feb

Jan

4

27%

55c

Belcher Mining Corp
Belleterre Quebec Mines

89c

9c
"

Jan

59c

May

1.43

■

Apr

3VaC

Apr
Apr

Feb

60c

5Vac

New Spring Coulee Oil & Minerals Ltd *
New Vinray Mines Ltd
._L_—1
New West Amulet Mines
Ltd——:—1
Nickel R-i'm Mines Ltd————;—•—-1

Jan

4.15

20c

Beattie-Duquesne
Beatty Bros —
Beaucage
—-——,——
Beaver
Lodge Uranium

61c

Jan

Ltd——20c

Ltd_—,——1

Pacific Coal & Oils

Jan

May

12c

34c

Santiago Mines Ltd———50c

New Ooktvue Mines
New

Feb
Mar

.11

85c

5, *01

94 %

% 12,205

18

660

Resources

May

2.760
6,200

Jan

100

6.70

,

"

Cons

Baska

14,500

7c

12%

98%

5.75

16%

•

Bata Petroleums Ltd.

58c
65c'

13,945

98%

Jan'
Mar'

225

87c

9% Jan
7Vac Jan

7c

43c

3,022

81 % May

1.15

c

Apr

22,577

Jan

2,500

—

34VaC

23c

Feb

52c

■

8,000

Jan '

May

13%

38c

100

40c

7c

28 V a

68Va

9,600

40c

20o

62c

6,000

1.45

17c

Barvue
h

61

1

New

19

7VaC Feb

1.00

■

Feb

17

58c

—

Jan

2,000

."46c

22c

Jan

Jan

10c 10 Vac

1.60

Jan

27 Va

Aunor

5c

1.00 May

Jan

19

•<

Jan

1.15

21c

Atlas

Jan'

25c

15%

4c

1.80

500

28V2

Atlantic

Jan

20%

15%

4c

10c

Mining Cdxp of Canada Ltd———*
Mogador Mines Ltd———————-—1
Molybdenite Corp of Canada Ltd
1
Monpre Mining Co Ltd
1

Formaque Mines Ltd———

3%c
75c

I,325

—-1

Debentures

Jan

5,225

42c

6,700

1.60
1.35

23%

Associated Artists Prod com

May

23%

5 Vac

1.50

48%

Ashdown Hardware class B

Jan

91c

4c

15 Va:..
.

Mclntyre-Porcupine Mines Ltd———5
Merrill Island Mining Ltd.—-—
.5
Mid-Chibougamau Mines Ltd
—1

Montgary Explorations Ltd—■—

64c

Apr

18 Va

1

New

13c

Feb

30c

19

1

—

•—

Jan

70c

22%

4c

♦

1

Labrador

5 VaC
39c

500

25c

a

Mining & Exploration "Coi—1
Lingside Copper Mining Co Ltd—
1
Louvicourt Goldfield Corp
1

1,500

18%

41cy

Mar

Apr'
May

1.30

47 V*

Asamera Oil

Jan

10,500

95c

23 'A

Mar

May.1.

*

Arjon

Jan

45c

4,200
1,000
2,075
90,600

4c

10

1

$2.40

May

6c

84c

3c

1 r

Ltd

11c

71c

...

6% c

75c

65o

—50c

$2.50 preferred

May

23c

1

voting trust-

13c

17%

93c:-.

Mines——1

Gold

Mar

9c

40c

8.10

Jan

23%

Mines

Argus

May

Jan

8.10

33c

Warrants

Jan

17c

Mar

-

40,450

•

1

Petroleums

Arcadia

2.10 Mar

May

7c

63c

60c

Jan

Apex

Mar

Jan

3c

7c

74c

1

Area

84c

———

Kerr-Addison

8Vac
2c

■

Jan

Jan

May
3.75 May

Antlies Imperial

16% May'

1.G0 May

51c

18

Ltd—

34c

Jan

4,000

23c

.

15 Va c

Mar

11

5,000

*

:

20c

9,700

—_—1
•

10%c May

4c

44c

45c

25%

American Leduc Petroleums Ltd—

Feb

71c

1

3,300

Jan

80
21c

8% Feb

26%

American Nepheline

Jan

67c

1
...

55c

T60c

2.31

48%

Amalgamated Rare E&nh

Apr

10c

3 VaC
6 Vac

Jan

17%

5

1.70 Feb

4c

6%c,

31c

24,750

20

Jan
Feb

23 V%

25

pfd

Amalgamated Larder Mines

Mar

4.00

Apr

—

'

61,485

5C

common

4%

Ansil

3 VaC

1

Ltd
Co

74c

76c

60,000
38,000

1,650

55c

•

Jan

400

9%

51c

Anglo Canadian Pulp & Paper pfd—50
Anglo Huronian
*

May

700

3.75

9 Va

-

42c

preferred

Anchor

7c

1,050

3.30

.100

—

Anacon Lead Mines

52c

1.65

13c

1,055

40c

1.14

1,500

14c 16%c
10c
13c

-

*

Jardun Mines Ltd

4V2V0

Jan

3,000

•

5C

14,500

1.50

15% May
7c
Jan

4c

1

—

Co

Aluminum

Jan

8,000

a27c a29%c
16
16 Va

12c

.

15c

5,500

21c

1

Jan
2.50 May

100
.

8C

,

1.60

15c

.

Haitian Copper Corp Ltd:
;.—_1
Hamlon
Mining
1
Headway Red Lake Gold Mines Ltd—1
Hollinger Consol Gold Mines Ltd5

Marpic

7c

1

Ltd-—
Golden Age Mines
Ltd—-———:

Oil

75c

7c

1

a

Ventures

Continental

1.27

7%c

20c

Mining—

Mar

67c

14c

1

Futurity Oils Ltd

Iso Uranium

5c

1,000

19%

5 VaC

29

Roxana

7c

Feb

1,000

39,680

«•

Mar

19 Va

62c

1

55c

Jan

3.35

19

Mar

Jan

Apr
May

a85c

10% May

1.30

—

Jan

3c

2.50

1

Cons Oils

16c

10%

70c

lv

-1

Mining & Exploration Inc
Fatima Mining Co Ltd—
Fontana Mines (1945) Ltd—•,
Fundy Bay- Copper Mines Ltd

Israel

30c

Gold
-

IIV2C

4,000

1.27

1

Ltd

500

Jan

6.60

Aluminium

Jan

41c

9

60c

——

Jan

5,875

GVaC

♦

a

Fano

Mines

Jan

105

V?.c

Algoma Steel
Allied

8.15 May

Jan

6c
7 VaC

a85c

1

-

-i.

Warrants

33c

4,500
1,000

Feb ; '
Jan

7c

Yellowknife

debentures

Arcan

Ltd-

Ltd.:

1,700

.

15'/a
6 VaC

♦

-

Minerals Inc
Metal Mines Ltd
—(

Gunnar

14%

2i50

—-1 j
——1

Feb

10'A

Ilioc

——

Warrants

17V2C Jan
5VaC Jan

Feb

6c

Gc

15V4

5c

-

24% Feb

9%

*

common—

Uranium

5'<?

Jan

.

May

11c

Feb

Apr

6.20

500

10c
35c

1.77

Shoe

Pacific

Algorn

Feb'
Jan

Jan

48c

2 VaC Mar

1,800
.

2.40

29

23

3.60

mil

Ltd

Explorations

Alberta

Jan

120

/

53c

Mines

Voting trust

High

24 %

13,130

21c

7

*

Alberta Distillers common

Feb

33c

Apr

7c

Alba

23%

10%
19 %

Kaiifev. K/ince Jan. 1
Low

29

•

mil

Mines

Oil

&

Surpass
Mines

Akaitcho

Feb

21c

Feb

10c

500

11c

10c

35c

1.16

2,000

-

41c

9c

10c

-

.

6.05

common-

A.iax Petroleums

u

Apr
May

15c

4,000

13c

3 Vac

vie;

Apr

1.75 Jan

95,510

10c

5.05

1,500

48c

12c

———1,

Empire Oil &

Oil

-

45c

;

•

5.25 May

Jail

7.90

3

•

Agnew

•

Shares

High

28%

23%

—25

—

Gas

Agnico

5.90 Mar1

,

3.75

7 VaC

.—

Galkeno Mines

Feb

4.00

16c

48c

Copper Rand Chib Mines Ltd-——-1

Gaspe

3.95

400

1.35

Consolidated Denison Mines Ltd—.
1
Cons Quebec Yellowknife. Mines
Ltd—1
Consolidated Sudbury Basin Mines Ltd "
Continental Mining Exploration Ltd—1

Fab

Acme

Feb

Sugar

Uranium

Acadia

4.00 Mar

100

11c

_—-

1,200

10c 10 %c

llic-

•

10%C

,

Compagnie Miniere L'Ungava_——1.50

Mines

9c

4.80

.1

i

Atlantic

Class A

\

24% May

4.00 Mar

1.85

Chipman Lake Mines Ltd
Cleveland Copper €orp_—

East Sullivan

Jan

4.05

5.80

40c

Dolsan Mines Ltd
Dome Mines Ltd

Feb

4c

4.70

Ltd—-—v.-———*

Mining Corp Ltd

17%

4.05

4.05

Chibougarnau Jaculet Ltd—i—75c

Dablon

12c

950

5c

4.00

1.

Coulee Lead & Zinc Mines Ltd
Cournor Mining Co Ltd—.

Acadia

—-—

28'A

Sales
for Week

Range
of Prices
Low

*

Paper common-

Preferred

Mar

25,750

,

Ltd

Apr

13c

Ltd—-—_•

Mines

11c

15c

5.15

r—1
Capital Lithium Mines Ltd——_——1
Cartier-Malartic Gold Mines Ltd.
1
Central-Del Rio Oils

Cadillac

Jan

13c

4.00-

1

Central

May

6c

Par

Abltlbl Power &

,

Advocate

Canalask Nickel Mines Ltd
—-—1
Can-Met Explorations
Ltd——.———_1
Canorama Explorations Ltd

Cons

35c

2,000

5c

———>-3

Ltd--—;

"

30,500

,

12Vac

241/4;

Last

Sale Price

Mar

8%c

1

Canadian Homestead Oils Ltd--——10c
Canadian. Lithium Mines Ltd

Mines

24c

Jan

>/2c

Ltd-——2

Central Manitoba

Jan

4c

17c

Canadian Collieries Resources Ltd---

:

13c

6 VaC

Week's

Friday
STOCKS

Jan

May

3,300

13c

Cpnsol Oil & Gas Co Ltd
1
Campbell Cnibougamau Mines
Ltd—_1
Canadian Atlantic Oil Co

Canuba Mines Ltd

5c

27c

15,000

15c

12

Calvan

Cotnmop —■—<;
:>
Canadian. Devonian Petrol

Jan

7c

15 c

*

Ltd

May
Mar

16c

6 VaC

Ltd———1

Calgary & Edmonton Corp Ltd

20c

Exchange

Prices Shown Are Expressed in Canadian Dollars

9.90 May
35c
Jan

15c
36c

Ltd-.—1

23

Toronto Stock

5%c

■

__

M

39c!

MAY

High

7.10 Feb

1

Bonny ville Oil &" Refining Corp—
1
Bomite Copper Corp.—
——1
Burnt Hill Tungsten Mines

Canmiot

4.375

0

—

ENDED

Range Since Jan. 1
Low

9.90

24c

Baieman. Bay Mining
1
Beatrice Red Lake Gold Mines Ltd—1
Bellcchasse Mining Corp Ltd-.
1

Belle-Chibougamau

Shares

High

9.10

WEEK

for Week

of Prices

Par

Selburn

FOR

Sales

Range

Sale Price

Bailey

RANGE

Week's

f

The
42

Financial Chronicle

Commercial and

Monday, May 26, 1958

. .

.

(2370)

CANADIAN MARKETS
RANGE

MAY 23

WEEK ENDED

FOR

8.80

8.90

750

31%

30%

32

1,760

25

Jan

29

275

27

Jan

29

28%

7%

7%

7%

100

28'J,

27

28%

880

4
25

185

40

125

.20

Preferred

Cut Stone—
foundries common
Canada Life Associates
—
Canada Malting common
Canada Crushed

10

iron

.

185

—10

Lauds—

Permanent

Canada

75c

77c

400

42%

125

35

39

1,425

89%

91%

120

common—

12

12%

225

12

Feb

13

200

12''a

Anr

14%

Re

Mar

7e

4.75

4.70

4.85

1,800

47

40%

47

2,260

Canadian Celanese

preferred

30%

30

30%'

9%

9%

30^1 May

550

3.25

3.25

3.25

90

9fi3c

50

-

150

13

30%

30%

280

28% Mar

5%

5%

5%

1,725

4.75 Mar

1.01

!—_25

—

99c

1.17

30,250

'

30%;:

08c

08c

1.50

1.60

*

Wright

Curtis

,r

4

expired on May 14

Warrants

5.75

6.75

5.85

20%

21%

2,858

1.03

18,340

7%

1,300

7

100

7

Jan

7

Jan.

40

40

50

37

Jan

40

May
Feb:

16%

16%

700

16

17%

17%

200

1.75

1.85

5,125

18

15% Mar

1.80

Jan

9.55 Mar

17% May
2.40 Feb
13% May

4.50 Mar

8.25 May

S

1.65

13%

13 %

13%

:7.75

7.65

8.25

7%

7%

7%

10,714
5,400
3,877

22c

2Gc

4,830

22c

May

69,950
2,443
41,289

19c

Jan

•

39c

30c

37C

Gold
•
Canadian Oil Cos common———»•
- Bights-:
///''
Malartlc

25%

24%

25%
78c

70c

79c

8.96

8.85

8.90

1.30

1.55

25%

24%

39c

Apr

51c

Apr

27% Feb
93c May

warrants

1953

5.50 Mar

10% Jan

7,160
5,283

25
10
16% /
—11

Canadian Pacific Railway
Canadian Petrofina preferredCanadian
Canadian

Tire

Canadian

Corp

Nat

West

OilWestinghou.se

1.80

2,200

7%c

7%c

3,500

98'%

100

130

81

Jan

27%

30

375

21

Feb

20'%

20%

1.42

1.50

1

Canadian Western
Canadian

453

1.80

pfd_20

5%%

Gas

14%

7%C

common—

14
1.70

100

j

Vickers

Canadian

13%

14%

27%'

Prospect
Thorium Corp

Canadian

25%

Apr
20% Jan

20

May

30

20% May
1.50 May

Mar

53

14c

15c

Apr
Mar

23c
22c

80

19c «'

17c

18c

1.39

1.30

1.45

61c

G7e

1.03

1.03

1.15

Jan
Jan

2J

20

1
-•
18

4oR

45c
38

I2V2C

Feb'

1.78

Jan'

1.30Mar --

2.10 Mar

1,60 May

15c

Jan

Mar-

42c

May-

30c

15% May

14% May
37 ' Feb-

40% May

26c

Jan

10c

1.02 May

Jan'

19c

7

Jan

'

34c

Jan

18e

}

Jan

Apr

12c

*

35c

Jan

Jan

22c

24c

Mar

21
14%

Apr
Jan

1.18

1.78

7.20 May

Jan

Jan

Jan

30

Feb:

13c

-

5%c Apr

Jan

48c 1 Apr

Jan

30c

Jan

33"

:

25%

Feb

-

15c

dMicMar
26

Jan
Feb

80c

.

Jan

5.00

May.-

19>

i-19

Mar

41c

Mar

25

Apr
Jan/

14%

Feb
Feb

40%

33% Jan

,

Feb

2.50

2.00 May

^

,

Mar

7c

50
g
6,625

©8%

28 * 28 4
4L
42c 4bc

__

;

6%c Mar
;

»

.

Feb

-10C

r

«

*

Jan

17c

Apr

'544

6.85 6.90

Feb

"Mar

3 020
.

1(1,500
3,575

:

.

Jan

1.05

'

5.028
10g
760
7 935

16%'

16

! «
l.Ji

—
-- -

45,GOO

67c

Famous Players Canadian
Fanny Farmer Candy——
1
Faraday Uranium Mines
—1
Warrants
Fargo Oils Ltd—
—25c
Farwcst Tungsten Copper
—
1
Federal Grain class A-————

Preferred —
Federal Kirkland
Fleet Manufacturing

May

44

3,266
65,600

18c

.

15a. Jan* *
100
May

May
Apr

75c

4,574

53

51

53

2.35 Mar

Jan

60

250

18 %c

—.—»——1

Candone Exploration

Apr

1.40 Feb

2434

18c

7c

-

-

9% Apr
Feb

Feb
Jan

11c

40 ^

j ^ j

Feb

13'a May

-

8c

40 467

o3:l'a

24%
1<J '
16
1-40

—

Jan

7%

74.425-2 000

25c

May

23

62% May

Jan

10

28^100.

22c

'(■:

50

25c

it> ,..c

Jan

// 24

May

18% Jan

lo'snn-

x c

10c
2ooc

May

11% Jail

9% Jan

60c

Jan

30

-

Jan

22

•

.

11c

10c

16% May

,23%
100

Jan>

-

97

--

:

i/a 11% May
r

^J.bou

©7c

20% May

Feb

23 %

5 500

1%.

1.62 May

/
,

7.70 Jan

20%

49'850

.

-

11% Jan •

8,800

/.oa =

041'

+.

.

Falconbrldge Nickel

4.00 Jan
26
May
16% Jant

50c

d

——1

Jan

Jan

^9
' fio
15J, pt£Z.-~-—
J5J,
50

10c
2.00
2
18 ,2c

1

Apr

96c

25'4 Jan

o'H00

1.58 1.75
1-|0 1.70.

—lOc

El Sol Mining Ltd—
Erie Flooring class B
Eureka Corp
Explorers Alliance——

May

23%

200

1.55

8% Mar
26c May

5% Jan

.

1955 warrants

'

Feb

/Jan

a son

R

East Amphi Gold
1%
East Malartlc Mines
J
L70
East Sullivan; Mines
}
1-61
Eastern Metals »———i.—
i
Eastern Mining & Smelting Ltd-..—1
■ ■
38°
Easy W«.hlnB Mach
20
15%
Eddy Paper —
Elder Mines —
4
—1
SOc

7% May

6% Apr

May

13c

8,500
1,400

7.2c 8,2c

Jan

98c

7%
r

——

Canadian

Jan

49c

8c

26c

23%c Ap;
/
12
Mar

Jan

67c

4,876

}3c

44 ?®

13c

1

.,.

1J

Mar

46c

^

ni/n :

14c

37c

3,886
4 876

12c 13%C
80c 83c

13c

1

15% May

73/« Feb

m..

" .S

12,2

12% •

Duvex Oils & Minerals

21 % May

85c

24c

Rights

Jan

'15

Mudge

&

--

Feb

47

-

7%c Jan

2,1

;

L

24
**
19'} 62j?

24

1
*

iw

99%

100

Duvan Copper Co Ltd—

Foh

r 90

Anr

17%

———

Oils

Canadian Hydrocarbon

nn

40

"
•
lOo .
Canadian Husky. Oil—'.
[—1
/ Warrants ; —---L——'■
Class B

Donnell

91c

General Securities cl A

Canadian

Canadian Homestead

8%

-

Jan
Feb
May

22 %c Apr

450
8.139
1.705

30

28 A

29j«

Chemical common—*

Mines

Do„alda

7%

■

.100

—J————

r

6,120

21%

•
•
Canadian Dyno Mines
—1
Canadian Eagle. Oil———————
Canadian Pood Products class A
*
Devonian Petroleum
Canadian Dredge & Dock—

Preferred

Feb

16%
213%

May

20

7%c Jan

20:486
5,444

146 «

28% 28%
10% 10%
15% 16%
21%
22

•

Dominion Tar &

Dominion TextUB common

1 Rfi
Anr
1.65 Apr

pltl

1.35

•

Canadian

■

.

Decalta Gas & Oil Ltd—

Canadian

Jau

65c

*10,600

1%

.

8c

8c

|c

28%
10'%

_—

ll%c Feb

7%c Mar

17,000
251
1,275
7.332

28c

28c

wt

1.13 Jan
4.85 Feb
72c
Feb

Apr

4.00 Jan

3,450

72c

1.55

1

16% Mar
31
Apr
6% May

Feb

80c

1,305

4.05

4.00

4.05

8

—

-

15

15

•

common

—

16%
43%

19c 21c
8
8

-2
—>2.50
•
Dominion Bridge
•
Dominion Foundry & Steel common-*
Preferred
-100
Domin on Magnesium ———
*
Dominion Scottish Invest com—
1
Domin on Steel & Coal common•
Dominion Stores
*

15% May

13

*

Canadian

mK

h

li.bo

Jan

1.90

Aiir
Mar

6c

51,700

8
28c

S^mSS-oSZ: ,
Distillers Seagrams——.

3 60 Jan

1.25

M0

20c

•
1

,

Dome Exploration
Dome Mines —

2.20 Jan

10%c Apr

12c

1

4.00 Jan

1.60 Mar

1,10

15

,

2.90 Jan

Apr

3.40 Mar
'

20%c -23c

22c

-.1

Anr

Feb

7%c Jan

zu

15

D'Ekjona Gold Mines,

Anr

16'%

AM

2 75

1,640

13%

30%

Tan

Mar

8

13%

Canadian Chieftain Pete
Canadian
Collieries common—
Preferred

5 40 MW

IVA'Z

5,444

30

9%

Chemical & Cellulose—

Canadian

fS

3 75

30%

30%

•

—

—

—

1,000

7c

Daragon Mines
J
Leather class A
Decoursey Brewls Mines

Apr

fl%c Jan

10c

;
*■

14

I^^t'nevv—ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZlO
SmS1-!-::::::::::::::™!

12% Mar

12%

—1—25

Canners class A

Canadian

$1%

35%

Jan

•2.50

fU

Crows

lio jaS

Jan

.

l-yu
^
1;50 1.50
8 ,c 10c

20

78c

®

3.90 4.10

—
--

Jan

7c

9 noo

4 in

n nn

L99
9c

1
50
-1
10

18% May 0

"ooo

3

VS

--

Feb
Apr

33c

^J'420

J?®

2.60

m

Warrants

rod

a

British Aluminum—
—

3,000

5,050

'

-

Crcstaurum Mines —
Crestbrook Timber common—
Croinor Pershing
Crown Trust

fflUZ

S

g

Jan

1.75

1.07

™

- y

60c

High

LOW

16',4

1.30 L42

M*

•

\

Oree Oil of Canada

Apr
May
Feb
Jan
Jan
May

12%

20

Canadian Bank of Commerce—
Preferred

80c

4.15

/4

36

121

<*

Cable class B_
Canadian Astoria Minerals .— ".ZiZZZi
2
Canadian Atlantic Oil
Wire &

Canadian Breweries

75c

35%

—12.50

—

Jan

It

3.90

76c

——II
Petroleum
♦
Canada Steamship Lines com—
Preferred

Mar

70c

40%

38%

Southern Oils warrants.

Warrants

Feb

1.50 Mar

91%

20

Mortgage-

Canada

Canadian

Feb

23

39

Canada Southern

Canada

50%

185

6,900

77c

B

Class

512

25

58

42'/a

—

29

190
58
25
2.00
90c
42'%

Jan

1.75

56

SSS«t
Grsis

• !> "5
Apr

*»

Jan

1.65

1.74

Packers class A

Canada

32
May
29'a May

24%

58

Preferred
Canada Oil
Warrants

8.90 May

Jan

5.15

Jan. 1

Since

Range

Shares

low Higii

««*'•
1
1-40

'
Copper Rand Chiboug——
Corby Diatille^ class A
Coulee Lead Zinc
—~

Hleh

T.nw

8.80

1

Campbell Red Luke—
Canada Cement common

Canada

Shares

High

Low

Par

-

,

of Prices

Sale Price

'

■

for Week

Last
Range
Sale Price of Prices

STOCKS

for Week

Range

Last

Sales

Week's

Friday
Friday
STOCK3

'

/

Sales

Week's

Can Met Explorations

—1 *

—

Warrants
Causo Natural

Cariboo

Cassiar

Central Porcupine
Charter OH
.

Chesterville Mines

—

Lake

Combined

lie

12c

4,500

44c

43c

19%
11%

100

19'%

11%

7,411

15c

16,500

16 %c

16 %c

17c

12,000

20c

25 %c

1

6%c

6'%c

7c

*

11%

11%

il%

i

;

158*

•'

58c

•

-

■

158

'

465

9,000
500

2.500-,

7c

7'%c

10c

ll'%c

8%

9%

1,320

7%c

•

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tan

Jan 1

if
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3.500

*

1

,

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%;12„
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37

^

inn

-

Jan

Apr
Jan

•7

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qp

ion
Jan

Oo dcrest

Consolidated

Bellekeno
Beta

Consolidated

Mines

1

Gamma

12cl2%c

—,

*

•

13c

Consolidated

Central

Cadillac

1

Consolidated

Denison

Mines

1

1,000

7c

Mines

Manilou

Golden
,4%

,

11 %c May
9% May

10c

Mar

Discovery

6c

500

15%

38,838

10'A Jan

5.25

5.60

21,125

3.20

6c

>

1

3.15

3.10

Consolidated Dragon Oil

1

25c

25c

26c

Consolidated East Crest

*

41c

43c

Consol

Fenimore Iron

—,—,

—

,
.

Jan

2.30 Jan

18,830

GTeat

Great

•

15% May
Apr

3.25 May

5,733

22c

Jan

32c

Jan

29c

Jan

44c

May

Gillies

Consolidated

Golden

48c

Jan

70c

May

70c

65c

75c

1

7'%c

7'%c

7%c

2,000

1

34c

31c

35c

94,850

1

Lake
Arrow

34c

31c

36c

159,950

9,559

Consolidated Halllwell
Consolidated

Consolidated

——

Consolidated

Mic

Consolidated

Mining

May

Mar

38c

Jan

25c

Gas

common

Great

Plains

Class B
Great West

—

Saddlery

Greyhawk Uranium
Greyhound Lines
Gridoil Freehold

1.96/

2,300

2.15 May

Guaranty

28c

28c

30c

8,000

19c

Jan

36c

Jan

Gulch

60c

60c

62c

4,500

29c

Jan

67c

May

•

2.50

2.70

2.99

9,333

2.10

Jan

•
1

18%

17%

18%

8,070

16%

Jan

1.31

1.16

Oils

Mac

Ltd

& Smelting

i

1.95

1.40 ;

7,185

1.62 Jan

1.13 May

—1

Explor

21c

19c

21c

6,050

17c

2

Morrison

Consolidated Mosher

60c

60c

60c

1,250

49c

34c

31c

Mar
Jan

2.99 May

19%

Jan

Trust
Mines Ltd

Gulf Lead Mines
Gunnar Mines

30%c

30c

—

6.00

*

19%c
10%

•
9c
—10

1
1
1

28c.

Jan

75c

Feb

Gypsum Lime & Alab

38c

47,591

16c

Mar

7c

7c

5,00<>

4c

Jan

8%c Jan

Hallnor

Mines

35c

41c

4.115

24c

Jan

42c

Feb

Halmon

Mining

.——1

—

5c

Hamilton Cotton preferred
100
Hard Rock Gold Mines
1
Harrison Minerals
1
Hasaga Gold Mines
1
Head of Lakes Iron—
———1
Headway Red Lake
1
Heath Gold Mines
1
Hees (Geo H) & Co_—
♦
Heva Gold Mines
1
Highland Bell
1
Highwood Sarcee Oils
20c
Hinde & Dauch Canada
*
Hi Tower Drilling—
*

Consolidated

Peak

Consolidated

Pershcourt

Oils

Mine-

—1

6%c

6'%c

2,500

Apr

8c

Feb

—

10c

11c

2,000

9%c Jau

12c

Mar

8Va

14c

-

12'/2CMar

18c

1

9c

14c
9%c

20,200

Mines

13c
8%c

May
Feb

53,000

4%c Jan

12c

May

Basin

1

75c

67c

75c

9,500

Jan

90c

Mar

Petroleum

•

7.00

6.85

7.10

1,950

Jan

7.50 Apr

10

33%

31%

33%

3,421

Consolidated Red Poplar

1

9%c

9%c

9%c

1,000

Consolidated

1

13'%c

Regcourt Mines Ltd

Consolidated Sannorra
Consolidated

Sudbury

Consolidated West
Consumers Gas Co

5%%

A preferred
Exploration

Copp Clark
.

common

series

Conwest

Coppercorp
Copper-Man
For

•

Publishing—
Ltd
Mines

footnotes

,

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.

see

100

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page




44,

—

3.50
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10c

106 106%

70

55c

4.85

24%
104
2.29

Jan

Apr
Jan
Jan

3.50

3.90

3,610

5%

5%

100

18c

18c

5,300

15c

Mar

9c

10c

6,000

7c

Jan

4.40 Mar

—

18c

7c
17n4
7.45

May

35c

7c

'

33% Feb
107

Feb

4.00 May
5.50

Apr

34c

Jan

12 'Ac

Jan

_■-}
7/2

47 000

15%
47
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9t
5.25;
33c

,

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850
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900

--

1.3ij>

6

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5.00

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80
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2.00

2.00

13-686
7-5

1.44
21,2c

1.52
23c

7,900

5c

45
6%

6c

45
6%

1°.500
-

2.10 Apr
Feb
Jan

May

12c

May

Jan
Feb
Feb
Jan

7c

Mar

May

48% Feb
7%

Jan

6

Jan

36c
151

/,11c

Jan

'

Jan

5.25 May

,

-,55j
-r

,

16c

4.00 Feb

o'fififi

0~,

7.05 May

18c

45%

:

26 %c Mar

12.800

no,**;

Feb

•

21c

135
•

16c

14 %c Mar

May

5c

•'

0700 :V.C

;

Jan
Jan

May

-8

Jan

Jan
Jan

28c

.

.

,

3'0?",1
35

41.4 41^
325
340
18% 18'4

8c
33%

*

41c

——1

—

-1

1

Mines-,.

7i,3I0
. .

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28^2

—

*

Nicholson

LI?

12c

38% May

14c
Jan
7%c Jan

;/

21300

30

Mines

Negus

Consolidated

r-

7%

18%
6

Consolidated Northland Mines

Consolidated

I--4
287a

•
*

Warrants
Gurney Products preferred
Gwillim Lake Gold

1.50 Mar

.

151
47

•
1
*
——*
1

_

1

Develop

•3.80 Jan

5c

16c

13c

10%c.

8%c

Great West Coal class A

1

—

™

Jan

65

32% Feb
2.75 Jan

.

...

1,000

,3/?5

preferred
B warrants

Class

1

1

Consolidated Mogul

Consolidated

35c

15c

10%c

Apr

18% May

-Jan

8

2,600

"c./ \%y.
17cj.

17c

6%

Jan

4.90

Feb

53% May

.

-17c

Warrants
' $2.80

Mines

Marbenor
Marcus

7%c Feb

Northern

Gold Ltd

Gold

Howey

Consolidated

5%c Feb

16'/ac Apr

.

Lakes Paper—

13 % May

,

50

Mines

110% May

Jan

5%
3.05 .3.10
- 6g0
8. 14c
8
0 10%c
14c
fa.bUU
9c
i3«
» ij»'
300 /:; 4.25
6.90 : 6.70 7.0o5,1 <8 ./— LIO
1.48
145 1.65
4,850.

3.10
8
14c

o

Mines

106

Jan

7.95

600

55% f

54%
36%

6
8%c
o-OO

5

Consolidated

Grandroy

Jan

103%'

/. 441

—151
50
47

Granby consolidated

rtranbv

Great Lakes Power common

5.85

1
1

1; %

*"
1

Jan

•

Consolidated

I

preferred

Feb

7%c Feb

'

Gordon Mackay class A
Graham Bousquet- Gold

Jan-

2,055

7

Mines

3.10

1

:—•
-1

1
r~~",
7Z~—1
1.

10c

6%c Jan

14%

5.50

Consolidated

6c

15%

-

V Warrants

Mini's™

36%

1.03 May

35% May

101

30

Jan
Jan

6,979

'

Apr

13c

30c

16,900

363»

/

;

1

20c

19c

Feb

10,100

8c

-

:

7%c Jan

5,500

8c

12c 14'%c

8c

Flin__

Calllman

Mines

go f Slf Gold

Granduc

Consolidated

-

Goodyear Tire Canada com

To!!

9c

tvt(vip«

nnvioio

•

Wav
May

158
orp

6'%c

Gi?nnVranium

27c Jan

Feb

Minina

Glacier

19%c Feb
47%c Jan
9c
Jan-

4%c Mar

500

62c

57©

20%c

Giant Yellowknife Gold Mines

11% May

325

•'

—

AHenbce

Consolidated Bakeries

.

oSSf iSSS

o^v *fay

Utf? fb
10%c Jan

21,000

General Pete Canada class A
General Steel Wares common,
r.)1PY
Mlripa
Ltd

*

6.4cn„2
4.00 Feb

KMan
7% Jan

'■.* 36,100-

-

2.20 '

157%

'

-

2G'%c 26 %c

2.50^

i—;

—

27c '

2.20

—:—10

Life

Mines.
Development

Consolidated

;fi4r vMav

*-■

—-—-l^

—

Apr

5% May

27

40

6%
6%
17% Wk

—

17%

1

nvnumlc*

SotorT

1

1.085

110% 110%
13 13'i

13%

r

—_<1

Bakeries

o#.iit»ral

Jan

38,600

^

34%

♦ ;

ino

2.15 May
78

May

4%c Jan

160,800
31,740

34% 34T'8
106.

85c

CggSS D^lopmeSri—1-——-1

May

3.00 May

12c

*

44c

50c

1

.

16c

May

100

19%
10%

1

May

31c

/.f

r

aSeraf

Jan

10c
-

35,450

-

15c

•
1

Mines

Key

Couro

3.05 !

*

.

Petroleum

Conlngas Mines
Con

64c
3.00

2.8G

-

Pre^*JLrr-

Jan ;
Jan

Apr
•

8,150

52c
3.00

12c

22c

Jan-

60

-

23.500

■

G3c

63c

G3c

/: 58c
2.8(5

Copper

Confederation

7,500

40c

Enterprises

Commonwealth

14% Jan

8%c 11%C /
83c
88c

ll'tc

1

25% Mar
9.00 FeM

Jan
Jan
Jan

5 %

100

5%

5%

1

o?tln??u
°
nrefcS common—-

2.05 Jan
17% May

Apr

1,000

Equip—

Yellowknife

Colomac

7c ■

19c

——1
common

1.18 May

1.55

100

M:

Jan

1.18

63

—

°

^

'

9%c Jan

66c

1,600

17 '

17

Jan

7%c Jan

18,700
7,000

6c

Gold Mines

Coldstream

-

19c

Cody Reco
Coin

1.80

tic

1

Cochenour Wtllans

Farm

1.18

8'%c

1.75

——*

Knitting class A

Dunlop

8.15 May

17

Chhno Gold Mines

Cockshutt

3.60 Jan

Jan

19c

Cop Min
1
Jaculet Mines
75o
Chibougamau Mining & Smelting——11

Cochrane

Apr

6.10

1.11

Dhib Kayrand

Bar

3.25

27,187

7%c
1.80

Chiboug

Circle

900

8.10

*

Cheskirk Mines

8.25 May

5.45 Jan

8.00

3.60

1
—1

Wines

Gai

Chateau

1.11

•

Fruehau^Trailer" Co"""'
Fruehaui lrauer to

May

7.80

1
—

5,500
1,820

84c

Jan

50c

7.55

7.85

1

!

Central Pat Gold

84c

.

Jan

22% May
9%c May

7.00

If!

3.200

78 Vn

Jan

22%

839

78

76%

Jan

16%

J

37%

78

*

li 111•

3.50

•

Del Rio

Central

8.00

1

Castle Tretliewey

Canada class A

Ford of

40,000

80e

83c

1
•

Quartz
Asbestos CorpstLtd
Gold

1.20

•

18c

18 %c

Ltd

Mines

19c

1.10

1

Producers—

OH

Canso

Captain

1

Gas

Ford Motor Co (U S)~

66%
5c

•

1

Mines

Can Erin

15U
Z4U

..

.

Feb
27% Jan

49c

Feb

17

Jan

1.35 Mar

92c

34

21%

Mar
Apr

6%

Jan

8% May

3.00

Jan

3.85 May

39','2

Jan

43

Feb

2.25

Jan

3.50

Apr

Jan

18% May

15

5%

6% Feb

Jan

4.75 Mar
12

Mar

16%C Apr

10% Mar
3.75 Mar

20% Feb
8%c

Jan

7c

Jan

12%

Jan

5.70

Jan

6

May

4%c Jan
27

1.70
49c

80

Jan
Jan

Apr

May

f.

5.25 Apr
20% May

24 %c
11

Jan

Apr

4.00 May
22
18c

May
May

13c

Jan

18% May
8.60
7
11c

Apr

May
Feb

35% May
2.00 Feb
1.04 May
80

May

8%c

Jan

13c

Jan

8c

Mar

18c

May

12 %c

Apr

i8%C Jan
10c

May

33c

Jan

79c

Jan

Gc

Jan

8%cMay

Feb

2.00 May

4%c Jan

6%c Feb

6c

1.50

1.10
18c

Apr

Jan

Apr

39% Apr
6% May

1.60 May
30c
45

Feb

May

7% Apr

Volume

187

5745

Number

.

.

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The Commercial and Financial Chronicle

(2371)

43

canadian markets
RANGE

Friday
Last

Week's

Sale Price

of Prices

STOCKS

j-'.'.i,

''

■"!

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Holden

Mfg
Oil

Home

:

Gold

•

P

—

3,802

15% Mar

18

1.02

1.10

9,100

36%

37

75

1
25

v

~

u

-_i_

'•'

*!■•

Vr

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Nickel

—

47%
9

—

6%c
32'/2

Jacobus

Mining Corp
Exploration

Jan

'

5% Jan

11,000

25%

Jan

9.90 May

44

Jan

50

3.90

—

2.85

.

5%
15%
2.75

r6

26c

10
45
12%
1.25
1.65

44
12Va
1.10
1.61

13c
1.30
78c

13c
1.18
74c
9%c
; 15c

n

5

—

15c

—-——1

26'/ac

—•

.

12c
11c

Mines

.10

.

16c

..

.

22 %c
2.05

Gold

2.00

5%

18%

18%
1.75

13

Jan

1.97

Jan

Kerr-Addison
Gold
Copper

Kilembe

30c

Jan

78c

Mar

13c

Jan

23c

Feb

2,500

20c

15

8,504

38c

Jan

60c

-

Kirkland Townsite

——,

—

Labrador

Lake

•

Lake

Mining

20c

Apr

29c

37c

15c

4.20

75c.

3,500

Mar

2.10

19

15,584

14%

19

Jan

May
Apr

1,000

8c

18%

16

825

Mar

14c

Jan

1.15

1.02
73c

1.15

22,360

91c

Apr

80c

8,800

40c

Jan

3.30

2,800

83 34

647

—1

934 c

934 c

10c

5,000

7c

Jan

12c

Jan

1

26c

24c

29c

21,600

16c

Jan

29c

May

-1

5.20

5.05

5.20

3,671

1

—

2234 c

25c

14,000

•

—

2.95

3.15

200

1,800
4,500

Leitch

2.70
23c

27c

21%

21

2134

540

1

Secord

23c

3

1.59

1.52

1.64

*

Latin American
Laura

—

50c

Mines.

Gold

Lamaque

14% May

3.15

Mines

Luz

23% May
17% Jan

Jan

Gold

Candy

2.85

80c

2.70 Jan

5.25
26c

Mar

2.75 Jan

Class

-

1956

Feb

2.95

May
Jan

25,500

5c

15,0()0

4c

•

2.30

2.01

2.30

33,175

_*

—

103

103

50

3134
2834
28%

31%
27%

31%
2834
2 8 34

46%

46
434c

30

;;

*
•

Preferred

Lomega Explorations
Long Island Petroleums

50
—1
•

Mines

1

—

—...

28c

Lorado

'

,

Uranium

Warrants

Louvicourt

■

1

Lyndhurst

Mining

Co

—

Lynx Yellowknife Gold Mines

—'

*

Goldfield

I-owney(WM)
r

434c
9c

—

1
•

16c

9c

26 34

1.50

Macdonald

Macfie
•

Mines

1

-

Explorations

Jan

1,050

28 %

1,534

22
22

May
32% May
28% May

Feb

4,705*

Jan

46%

1,404

9c

5c
9c

24,366
4,000

51c

54c

25c

30c

6,720
1,350

11c

11c

24
10c
9c

24
17c
10c

—

28% May
46% Apr

41% Jan

2734c

Jan

11 %c

Apr

49t

Mar

68c

Jan

24c

May

50c

Feb

8%c Apr

16c

22

Feb

24

46,400

.10c

May

29c

Feb

3,500

5c

Mar

11c

May

1,000
W

100

Jan

May

12,225

3.15

1,600

29c

2.40

3.15 May

Jan
Jan

24c

Feb

35c

9%c

8c

8c

16,000

5c

Mar

1.08

1.15

Apr

2934

23%

Jan

2.65

2.65

2.80

29% May
2.80 May

1
•
1

534c

6c

534c
4c

..

99c

37,330
8,000

534c
4c

Jan

1.70

4c

Mar

Jan

7c

Jan

5,000

30

Jan

6c

Jan

20,100

1.10

90c

May

1.20

Jan

>

Marigold

Preferred

Ltd

Red

McWatters

Merrill

Meta

Lake

Gold

Chipman

Island

Mersey

9c

Feb

17c
47c

Paper

24c

28c

734

734

834

10,440

.90

8934

90

94 "i

May

65c

Jan

8%c Jan

28c

May

5%

8% May
90% May

Feb

77% Mar

21c

23c

342,200

13c

1234c

13c

4,700

12o

May

50c

Jan

Jan

18c

Jan

56

54

5634

462

50

Jan

56% May

90

90

90

105

50

Jan

90

80 34

7 8 34

83
23c

345

67%

Jan

83

May

26,000

lO'/sC

Jan

25c

May

734c
18c

3,500

0%c Jan

2,000

14c

2.61

4,520

12c
12c
78c

7,500

*

1.25

& Development-50o

Knit

534%

20c

7c
—

2.59
—

Mines

11c
12c

2.20

Jan




35c

Jan

23c

Jan

r;

59c

Feb

' *

18 %c

Apr
'"

Mar

2.01
T.0G

'2,000 ■"

2.59 Feb

Jan
Mar

9c

.

Feb

'•

Feb

•1:40 Jan

-4%c Jan

'"5,000

Jan

8c

:

.11,150

;

23c

7%c 10'/aC-

lie

Mar,

19c

.4,232
3,425

14c

12C I2%c.

10c

Apr

18c

Jan

13c

Mar

24c

May
May

15C

Feb

6c

Jan

-10'/a C

7c

7c

.79,171
4,500

6c

Mar

9c

Jan

r

13c

J 15c

37,300

13c

Mar

20c

Jan

r

22c

26c

2,000

21c

Api

.

40c

Jan

8c

19,000

7c

Apr

17c

Jan

18c

102,550

14c

Jan

36 %c

Jan

6%c

6c

7c

2,000

4VaC

Jan

6c

6c

700

5%c

Jan

223,440

r

—1

7c

5c

7c

__1

1.20

>1.15

1.20

79c

77c

80c

1.49

1.42

1.50

"3,175

5%c

39%

6c

: i5c

14c

18c

2.40

2.40

2.43

41,000
1,100

19 %c

19c

20c

9c

10c

9c

30c

23c
3.75

1.80

1.60 May
7c " Jan

Feb

5 VaC

40% Mar
9c "^Jau

Apr

7c

Jan

23c

Feb

14c

Jan

Apr 7

12c

/..,31c

May

'

-71.75

4.15 May
35% May
1.95 May

Feb

29 %

975

Feb

1.10

1.60

90

43c

40c

44c

99,230

3.05

3.00

3.30

26,720

2.71

Apr

2.00

2.30

4,810

1.85

Apr

13%

13'/a '

1.60

Apr

4.60 Feb

42

42

42

805

a

100

13%

575
235

75c

1.30

4.00

3.70
1.07

1.07

500

12%

12%

13

2,245

3.20

*
•

Gas

Telephone

3.20

300

21c

21c

500

20

Ltd

20

21c
82

1

82

82

15c

17c

4.05 May

1.30 Jan

Feb

13%

Apr

Jan

18c

4.25

Jan

Mar

82

Jan

77

Jan

33c

May

lO'/aC Mar

16c

Jan

14 %c

5,000

19c

Feb

7 1.90 Jan

Aor

2.70

8,625

•

Mines

1.01

Feb
Jan

14

Jan

10

610

13c

Apr

May

4.00

May

2.40

2,100

15c

100

pfd

-

44

Jan

13

4.00

•

Natural

3.00

3.50

13%

13%

14

Apr

39

-

•

Jan

11

410

%

3.50

Feb

3.50

"

*
50
-•

Feb

72c

Mar

37c

Jan

36c,;

May

7 Vac Mar

1,350
_

-

May

2.70

2.23 Mar
18c

664,000

3.80

1.70

Jan

Jan

35% Jan

8,900
11,875

31c

3.80

i'

Jan

1.51

5c

116,478

May

1.34

Apr

1.18

"-'1,942

8c

7c

Jan

75c

II,000

40%

5%C

7c.

9%c Apr
7%c Apr

May

1.05

1,966

1.05

Oils

4c

14,700

2.11

5c

23c

Jan

Jan

Ontario

15 % May
9c

6c

6%C

4,500

5c

13%C

14c

2,000

11 %c

Jan

1.18

Jan

23c

Mar

6%c

May

Jan

Feb

1.55

1.25

1.25

1.28

6,878

15 %c

15 %c

17c

28,000

11'/2 c

Apr
Jan

2.10

1.95

2.10

30,450

1.55

Jan

2.10 May

55c

45c

55c

Jan

55c

Wu

9'/8

9%

—20
——-1
•

Class B preferred

Copper

*

36c

5,000

9% May

Jan

8% May

8%

8%

8%

8.30

8.10

8.45

23,210

3.10

3.40

400

12c

—I

May

7% Mar
7

100

29C

17%c Jar

665
'

1

Gold

Minerals

Ormsby

65c

Feb

10

Preferred

Orenada

Apr

13'/a

13 %C

Warrants

Opemlska

4c

45 %c

800

•
•

Malartic
Jockey Club common

O'Leary

Jan

7c

6,500
10,950

15'/a

9Qo

Oils

Okalta

56c

15'%

Mar

Gc

60c

"

57c

*
*
1

Rockland Gold

5.75

8.45 May

Feb

2.15

4.00 Mar

Jan

12,400

Feb

20c

Jan

2,000

11 %C 12 %c

lie
19c

Jan

33c

Apr

25c

Jan

36o

Jan

15%

29c

30c

7,500

Mines

_1

29 %c

28'/aC

30C

1

17%

17%

18%

4,651

Apr

20'/a Jan

Petroleums

28'%

27

28%

26% May

29 % May

Porcupine

*
•

58c

60c

Oils

10c

26 %c

Lake

Osisko

Pacific

Page Hersey Tubes new common
Pamour
Pan

Western

1
1

Amalgamated Mines
Parker Drilling
;

Pardee

Exploration Ltd
Pembina Pipeline common
common

Gas

Permo

Oil

Peruvian

Petrol

Jan

Pitch

8,600

21c

57,626

14c

Jan

May

88c

Mar

Prairie

8C

Apr

12c

Premier

11%

Jan

12%

Jan

12 34

12%

317

1.05

1.10

43.640

49c

65c

Jan

Jan

73c

45c

Jan

60c

Feb

24c

24c

28c

18,881

19c

Apr

28c

May

2.57

2.36

2.63

314.645

1.77

Jan

2.63

3.20

1.750

1.95

Jm

9 2"

3.15

3.15

1.75

Feb

Feb

'"r*:

v

55c

18,400

38c

Jan

65c

Jan

73c

77c

6,100

60o

Jan

90c

Jan

14,574

98c

Jan

1.18

1.65

6,000

5%c

10%
32c

15,000
2,125
4,600

1.05

Jan

8.00

10'/a

30

1,475

37c

2,700

36c

59%

Apr

5 4'/a

Jan

2.25

Jan

3.15

1.07

1,000

5.80

6.45

12,780

5.00

4.60

5.25

11,475

21 %c

35c

27,890

13c

Mar

1.19

3.900

70 n

.Tan

1.05

-

T

"■

Jan

5c

2.90 Jan

Jan
4.25 Jan

70c

3.80 Feb

»

t

Apr

Apr

Feb

26c

3.15

-1

Feb

1.73

7'/aC Feb

28% Apr

105

1.23

Jan

5c

150

1.15

Feb

1.05

32c

r--r

Jan

52c

3,300

••

40c

1.00

7,000

6.35

—

2.05

-1.05 Mar

Feb

3.35

Electric

n

25'/a Mar

Jan

25c

1.02

Prospectors Airways

~

70c

5%c

.20c

Mines

Feb

8'A May

8,636

3.25

Worrontt

Omvc

Apr

,

13,800
8,050

5%c

Dome

18c

27c

59%

Gold

East

200

Jan

Border

Uranium

9,050

1.55

May

21c

1.80

36c
—

Pronto

47,758

50c

May

Mar

62c

*

6% Feb
23

4.00 Jan

25c

1.10

Gold

Preston

1.10
1.70

50c

135

1.61

Columbia

Royalties

1.10 May

97c

23

9.90

Premium Iron Ore

1.45

3,975

—

Corn

Apr
1.13 May

50c

1.25

Rouyn

pnwor

President

2,499

7%

29%

Powell

Oil

16c

7

23

River

12c

16c

Feb

v

Jan

33c

Feb

60c

1.70

26c
1-00
52c

1

"

5c

British

Uranium

Powell

47% May

4,000

of

11 %c

Jan

13c

Oils

Feb

3.00 Jan

Jan

50c

Development

Ponder

Feb

100

28c

Gold

Ore

37 %c Jan

3.00

1

OH & Gas

Placer

3%c Jan

22,406

Apr

9c

17c

Pickle Crow Gold Mines.

Jan

2.70 May
18c
Feb

8,500

58c

30c

48c

1

Phillips Oil Co Ltd

Pioneer

5%C

May

Jan

4%c Jan

3.00

--

3
—

Minerals

&

5c

51c

62c

20c

48c

"

Mines

3,000

19%c
16c
7%

*

—

preferred

Oil

&

Gold

Perron

7c

Apr

1
1
1.25

•

Consol

PCE

Penmans

28c

4lc

-1

Pater Uranium Mines Ltd

Paymaster

5%c
51c

26c

4,008
12,925
5,000

G'/aC

58c

1

Paramaque Mines
Farbec Mines

Jan

11c

•

6a

r

Jan

16c

35c

49,500

1.25"

5%c

"25c

23,300

*

""

13C

Jan

1.33 Jan

7c

1

11c
'

1

napp

5'/2C

•

22c

Apr

•

spp

14c

"i:i5

Feb

27c

Jan

16c

Mines

5c

10c

1.08

Milton Brick

2.55

13c

"35c

1.01

16 %c

Mines

46

10c

1.50

Uranium

3,225
15,000
34,300

2,45

V:

Gold

61C

245

-

Petroleums

53c 7

13c

9%c

t;

Lake

145

47%

•
i.

18c

48c

: 21c

O'Brien

18,100

70c
47

—

1

Industries Gas

28c

18c

.

2;48
\

Obaska

Jan

47

i

Mining

Warrants

3,200

:

1.60

Mines

11c

78c

Midrim

footnotes

7c
18c
2.55

*
1

1.07

Lake

20c

50

pfd

52c

Apr
Mar

r

1.16

28c

18c

4c

17,200
"

1.14

28c
V

Mar

•

For

26c

eb

1

22c

—

Milliken

Feb

8c
4t

18c

*

City

9,300

2734c

Mexican Light & Power com
Midcon Oil & Gas

Mill

18c
47c

•

1

Mines

Mining

Uranium

Mldwes1

15c
44c

26,050
250,640

1

Petroleums

Exploration

Mercury

May

Jan

•

Lake

Red

McMarmac

Mentor

65c

5c

•9% Feb

•

common

Porcupine

MedalliOD

Mar

5,250

—

Feb

100

Frontenac

Mclntyre

25c

734c

64c

1

Preferred

McKenzie

769,875

734c

834

May

7%

•

Consol

Maybrun Mines
McColl

150

1
common

-

Matachewan

3,500

2 0 34
8%
65c

•
1

Mines

Massey-Ferguson

Feb

8c

2 0 34
8%
48c

100

Martin-MrNeciv

Jan

22

7c

20 34

1

Oils
Mining Corp

Maritime

12c

18

7c

•
•
1

Mines

Mareon

6%C Mar

•

Ltd

21c 23% c

t.

Jan

Jan

18c

"16,000

8c

7c

22c
1.16

Jan. 7,:

Jan

May

1.15 Jan

2934

28,100
1,200

90c

29%

Mines

Uranium

7%c

6%c

5 Vac

1

Oka Rare Metals Mining

-1.10

1

Maple Leaf Gardens
Maple Leaf Milling common
Maralgo Mines
;

> 4c

6%c

—

Nudulama

Ogama

6%C

7%c Mar

"

Maneast

8,000

735c
7 7c

—.1

Ocean Cement

3'Ac Mar

1

Goldfieids.

Magnet Cons
Majortrans

3.00

Jan

7"

Jan

.

103

Feb

1

Bloedel class B

Madsen Red Lake Gold Mines

Malartic

3.05

19c

—.——

Ontario

Norvalie

•

!—

Macleod Cockshutt Gold Mines

Macmillan
v

1

Mines

Macassa

8,024

25c

Uranium

Northland

2.30 May

Jan

81

±

Orange Crush
•

35c

35c

50

Northwestern Utilities

A

27 %c

1

——*
1
1
*

Northern Canada Mines

6c

9c

Ltd—.,

warrants

1957

Jan

Jan

8c

434c

preferred
Cos Class

lie

warrants

12c

9c

1st

Jan

l

Class A

Jan

434c

Class B

6c

40%

Common warrants

Northern

1

Loblaw

9,000

warrants

A

1.68 May

1

common

9%C

_1

Preferred

Jan

Mines

Groceterias

8%c

—1

—

Rankin—

95c

Mines

Long Lac Gold

7c
*0c

9%c"

,

67,825

Gold

Little

7

,7

—1

Mines

Northern

Gold

Loblaw

Apr
Jan

...1

—

—

Ltd

North Star Oil common

Feb

22% May

Apr

3c
22c

__1

Preferred

21% May

Lexindln

19%

535

2.21 May

4,200

—1

Oils—

Oils

Jan

Lencourt

1.50 Jan

1,800

10,800

*

Feb

50c

May

May'
Apr

5.00

6c

8c

North Canadian Oils oommon.;

19

6c

7

-22%

22C

Mines

Mines

Northspan

May

3.15

Jan

2.20

23c

May

27

Jan

—1

Exploration

Mining Corp
Norpax Nickel
Norsyncomaque Mining

Nortn

Feb

87

Jan

3.90

15c

26c

Jan

4.00

)

Warrants

Apr
May

3.40 May

Jan

80

Jan

24%

29c

.4

Mines

May

5,135

15%c

28c

-1

Normetal

11c

Apr

13% May

5%c

Mines

Nor gold

Norlartic

2334

22 v8

1.22

Mines

Gold

Noranda

Jan

l\c

13%

28c-

13c

Nisto Mines

Jan

22%
15%

•

1.97

12 %c

Nipissing Mines

Mar

Mines

Shore
Wasa

1.91

Mines

Rim

8c

40c

Feb

Jan
Jan

125

4.90

—1

Superior

70c

5c

10,100

2.06

36c

300

22,900

27

4.75

5%C

Senator .Rouyn_

73c

l,455i
18,300

22c

20c

26%

—

Rouyn Merger

Jan

55c

•

4.70

Minda-Scotla—

Feb

Mining

Lake

12

t

Mylamaaue

Jan

43c

82

11%

245

7

Manitoba

95c

7%c

—

540

13%

64

I,647*

"

Mlhes

27c

1.15

:

13%

13%

.^.1

Mines

Jason

2,700

1.78

3.25
83 34

Gold Mines

13%

:.50c

—

Mines

Kelore

Nickel

Jan

I
1

-

Mar

.—i

New.

Apr

8c

1

Mines

Osu

20c

•

Canada-—

of

Hosco

Newnorth

7% May

Jan

50c

76c

30,000

-A
h

—

Mlnes.

New

5% May

...

Lingman

Lake
La

Exploration.

Mines—

Debentures

Lake

&

23c

—1

New

2.49 Mar

Feb

Jan

40c
"

Oil

New

Fen

5c

6%c

—

21c

Mining &
Smelting Co Ltd

May

5%

735

24,300
-

55c

23%
15%

May

21c

.50e

1

New

400

42c

•
•

May

59c

Highrldqe Mining

New

May
.

15

1.90 Feb

1,500

6%c

1

66c

Apr

,20c

—

Explorations—

Newlund

Jan

..

Jan

May

Mines

Cinch

Dufault

Lakeland Gas
Lake

Ltd

(John)

May

41c

—1

——:

Petroleum

Goldvue

Northcal

Labatt

57c

59,547

"

Dickenson Mines-

New

Feb

4,000

8c

1

-

Minerals

15,174

59c

...

Mines

New

Jan

6,500
100"

71% May

66c

—1

—;

New

Jan

17c

Jan

Apr-

Apr

69%

I25C

——

New

Jan

10%e Jan

16

49c

22%

Mines

Davies

New

May

9c

-1

Warrants
Kirkland Hudson Mines

Klrkland

—

Calumet

New Gas

Feb

1.38

Apr

Apr.

May

.A

Chamberlain Petroleum

New Fortune

Jan

>89c

77c

57c

Jan

May

15c

250

Apr

14%

4,600

10%

62c

67%

1.29 May

19c

May

23%

Jan

66c

5%c

Continental

New

Apr

.

13c

7,500

"

;

"V

Feb

7

50

'

Uranium

Labine

New

45% May

1.40 Mar

25,000

_

6%c

1
1

Jan

9% Jan

34

r

Apr

59c

Mines

New

Jan

45,425

5%

6%c

10%

Apr

Jan

15%

•

18c

"

Petroleum

New Delhi

Feb

66,000

2.10

.

5%

Mines.

68%

*

Hosiery Mills class B

Bidlamaque Gold

New

47% May
,32c

27 %

16

20c

New Bristol Oils

New

'

Kenville

15%

New Harrlcana

5%

6%c

Jan

21% May
77% Mar

Jan

May

50

"

'

"Mar

52c

72c

—20

Alger Mines

New

Jan

2,000

15
51c
24c
2.10

5%

68c

34

—1

Mines

New Athona Mines

.3.25 Mar

36%
».

2,100

lie*

1

Canada——:

3,737
1,050

.17,917

26c 26Vic

15
48c

2.05

Warrants

..

:.

16%

Feb

9%

New

Jan

Jan

69 %

Nealon

Feb

7%

31% Feb
18 %c Jan

7,900

23c
2.10

—•

20

4.25

15%

Jan

1

National Steel Car
Nesbitt

Apr

Feb

-

42c

•

J.

Apr

.; 2.50

-129,600
'. A A 150

10c

5%

Kelly Douglas-class Al..——

.

15

.

50

13c
1.30
78c

\ 51c

1
•
15#

225

1,925

1 19,619
-.13,139

10
45%
12%
1.29
1.70

9%c

5%

.2,702

12c 13%c

--

—

.

.

-

70% 73%
45% 46%
25c:
30c

2.70 Jan

.1,725

46c 46%c 21% 21%

73%
46%

200

1,195

163.00

46c
21%

1

Mines

:::
.

20o
-•
I

—

A

'■i-

Jan

-

1

Explorations Ltd.
Grocers preferred

National

52% Feb

47%i;
4.00-

Creek

"

Jan

20

"

32% May

Jan
Jan

•

common

Minerals

National

Jan

6.75

Corp

Works—

Wright Iron_

National

6% May
10r

Locomotive

68C

.

•*

Feb

8c

12%

-400

24%
10%

68c

Jan

26'/a

-.

•

34

34

23%
10%

16

1

Porcupine

National

14 3 8 May
'

Jan

34

12c

200

21,500
...

.

34

24%

Jan

10c

11% May

Jan

6%c Apr

30,500

13

•

10%

1

National Drug & Chemical common. —8
Preferred
—5

Apr
43 % May

6c

13

33%

9.10

2,038

7c

High

'

7%c Jan

3,000

12c 13 %c

13
34

*

Corp

Nama

Apr

49 %

1

of

Feb

12%

Mt

12c

■

Multi

80

25

I

Kelvinator

38%

200

9

Feb

210

Jowsey-Mining Co Ltd_-^
Jumping Pound Petroleums
Jupiter Oils
—:

i

Feb

49

9,277
7,515

_.*
-1
25c
.1
-«.l

Ltd.

Publishing

49%

9.65

(1939).

Tonsmlth

Jan

6% Jan

40

Moore

Feb

1.21 May

52%

Mines.j.

Joliet-Quebec

37

32%

Joburke

Journal

Jan

10c

6%c

*
;

Montreal

May

Jan

43%

609

7c

26

77c
32

9.45

Jelllcoe Mines

"

Apr

Jan

52%
47

'

<

25%

Moneta

May

1

Low

11%

*

A

class

B

Warrants

10c

6%c

Range Since Jan. 1

Shares

High

10%

"III

,

Brewery

Molybdenum

Mar

25c

Mines

10c

11%

Containers class A

Class

4.65 Mar

Apr

1,125

1

Walte Mining

Gold

!

-•

-

Irish Copper Mihes-Li
Iron Bay= .Mines

Minerals

6%C
30%

15c

80

48
9
77
41%
14%
6%

40%
13%
6%

41
13%

common

Interprovincial Bldg Credits—
nCer^HOVinchil: Pipe lUne.^.—
Investors Syndicate class-A~-

Jaye

77

47

4,800

Ore

Modern

44% May

1,981

■

international TfcanWick*Ltd^-.

Jeanette

8%

—

—20

-

v

International Petroleum

>..

26

1.10

Mining-—
1
International Bronze Powders pfd—25
.uternatidnal

190

50

50
50
47%
•
3.90
V%
&%

common.

—_J_

Preferred

■

Feb

46

fnspiratlon

Jack

41

Apr

common.*

——

Inland Natural' Gas

"

Molsons

Feb

-—

.(John)" & Cof.

Warrants

Min

19% May
29% Feb

9.65

Corp Ltd

-

"

'

20% May

Apr
Jan

3.05

1

"

■

Apr

13%

39%

10

$2.25 preferred

Inglls

14

1,030

,

$2.75 preferred
•

Feb

25%

380

5,625

20

r

Gold

Accent

Warrants

'

4.50
41%
18
21c '
26

.

'

"•■8,724

44%

——*
10
Imperial Oil
—•
Imperial Tobacco of Canada ordinary.8
6% preferred
4.86%

'

22,803

1Q3a

28To

4.15
40%
17%

Imperial Life Assurance

Lake

20%

27V\
44%

1

Mtge %

Imperial Bank
Imperial Investment .class A-

Industrial

23%

•

Mindamar Metals Corp
Mining Corp
Mining Endeavour Co

2.05 May

Jan

—'

Oils

& Erie

Indian

2.05 May

20%

4.30
41%
18
21c
26

•

Smelting

&

Bay Oil

Humber

100

4,215 '

.

for Week

Range
of Prices
Low

Par

Sales

Week's

Last

Sale Price

High

•
Mining

Bay

Hugh Pam Porcupine
Hughes Owens Co preferred;—
Huron

Low

2.05
23%

18%

!»3

Friday

50

—

Mining

Hudson

2.05
22'A

MAY

Range Since Jan.1

High

183ft

19

common-^-—28%

Paper

Preferred

Hudson

19%

.

^

•

Howard Smith

Hoyle

23

ENDED

STOCKS

Shares

Ltd—

Co

Class A
pjocc

—

WEEK

for Week

Range

Low

*
8

class A

Consol

tiuihugei

Par

>'*

FOR

Sales

*

"

fr) »•

36c

Apr
Jan
Mar

35
46c

Jan

60 % Mar
3.55 May
10c

3.95

Feb
Jan

1.07 May
6.45 May
5.25 May

73c

Jan

1.33 May
1

p-

r?

r'-v-

m

y

'

The Commercial and Financial Chronicle

.

.

.

Monday, May 28, 1953

%44 --(-2372)

CANADIAN MARKETS
FOR

RANGE

Sale Price
1

.

Mines—
Metallurgical

Quebec Manitou

DftH/Wt/V

Quebec

r

12c

14C

16C

8.75

9.10

2,146

41c

21c

;

1.64

600

60c

82,100

1.25

1.30

8,875

13

13

13

195

43c

45c

5,400

13c 17%c

53,800

38c

56,871

Jan

1.25

Jan

24c

1.00 Jan

Mar

11

31c

Apr

"-V -9c:Jan

9%

71c

May
Jan

1.35

May

54c

May

17 %C May
44c
Jan

36c

30c

28c

Feb

10 %C

10 %c

11c

44,666

9c

Apr

29 %c

13%

14%

23,024

12%

Jan

°14% May

100

99%

100

1,325

98

Jan

10c

10c

3,625

60%

60 %

60%

5,080

Lioo

—

14%

.1

Royal Bank of Canada
Rights
Royalite Oil common
Ru'ssell Industries

..10
—

Jan

6c

Mar

53

4.60

4.55

4.65

7,555

3.15 Mar

10%

10%

12%

5,632

10% May

11%

9%

11%

16,370

9c

9c

10c

1,000

13

12%

13

5,000

12

97

97

75

95

60c

63c

•

common

preferred

—

Maurice

Michael

Jan

100

} Universal Products

Uranium Mines Ltd

Salada-Shirriff-Horsey common

13c

May

64%

Feb

4.70 May

14%

Jan

11% May

7

Feb

9c

Jan

12c

Jan

Apr

14%

Jan

Jan

99
85c

Jan

14c

Jan

Mar

47c

Apr

9c

5,000

8c

May

18%

19

2,680

13%

Jan

19% May

37%

8c

9c

4,800

Class B

Warrants

36%

37%

430

27

Jan

39

31%

31

31%

1,110

25%

Jan

6.30

6.75

925

3.30

Jan

May

Oils

62C

62c

69c

Apr

72c

12 %c

14c

7,800
58,800

40c

13c

9c

Mar

18c

Apr

78c

60c

78c

15,500

50c

Jan

78c

1

Gold

Sapphire Petroleums
Sarnia Bridge

May

13% Jan

May

15%

Feb

15%

15%

115

1.93

2.00

6,520

1.69

Jan

2.35 Mar

5.70

—•
•

15%

1.95

*
50o

Ltd

Security Freehold Petroleums
Shawinlgan Water & Power com
Class A preferred

Sheep Creek Gold

5.20

5.75

7,370

4.10

Jan

5.75 May

25 %

—

25%

1,500

24

Jan

26% Mar

45%

25%

50

453, a

45

43%

Apr

45% May

30c

Apr

40c

Feb

Apr
Jan

4.65

Jan

-1

.

Ventures

Class B

Slater

Vulcan

Slocan

Van

Souris

&

Ltd

35c

700

4.50

19,055

3.90

1,320

21%

Westburne

Rights

—

1,695

21

Nickel
Bros

10c

4.000

82c

25.944

17c

Jan

39c

Apr

_*

15c

% 80c

85c

13,900

65c

Feb

85c

May

1.80

1.86

2,650

15%c

1.84

2.00

2.10

10.550

1.50

Naco

Weston

4

2nd

Jan

11

Feb

Woodward

21

May

G4c

3,700

54c

Apr

95c

1.10

3,560

85c

Feb

1.70 Mar

18

18

18

350

Jan

18% May

Yankee

5%c

5%c

1,000

4c

Jan

7c

Apr

Yellorex

Mines

10c

10c

700

10c

Jan

12c

Jan

Yellowknlfe

42%

43

340

38

Jan

43

17C

7,250

13c

Apr

23c

5

May

7%

Jan

1.50 May

2.50

Feb

43

15c

700

100

20c

24c

33,200

16c

Jan

26c

Feb

20c

5,849

17c

Jan

25c

39%

2,270

33%

Jan

300

2.58

3,925

71c

71c

75c

7,700

11c

694,000

5%c

9c

13%

2.85

65c

93c

11c

29

280

24%

Jan

58%

4,183

45%

Jan

10c 11 %c

10c

10%

Iron

Works

25,500

4c

Jan

10%

19,910

8.30

Feb

102% 102%

100

9.80

11c

12c

7,500

5c

5c

500

Feb

97

Jan

9c

4%c

Apr
1.80 May

1.80

1.80

15c 15 %c

1,300

6c

6%

A

12 %c

Finance

class

A

preferred
Trans Canada Exploration
Trans Canada Pipeline
Mountain

Transcontinental

Oil Pipe Line
Resources

Oil

Pipeline

Tribag

Mining Co Ltd
Trinity Chibougamau
Twin City Gas




May

95

May

10%

5,745

6,65

Jan

10% May

Jan

106% May

103

106

216

70c

18,800

66c

Apr

84c

Mar

45c

45c

200

30c

Feb

45c

21,500

13c

Apr

24c

Apr
Feb

2,500

5c

Jan

6e

7.357

12c

-

Mar

2

6%c Jan

'

20c

Jan

7%

*

Jan

Jan

12,041
100

26%

27%

745

26%

Apr

31%

12%

12%

1,200

'10%

Jan

12% May

1.40

1.44

11,200

Apr

1.70 Feb

10c

Mar

14%C Jan

6c

Mar

10c

5,100

lie

13c

36,100

7c

7 V2C

1.05

1.17

2,000
51.550

7c

7c

4,500

38c 42 %c
15V2C
16c

115,000

10C

12c
7c
1.12

-

; %

1

•

4lc

15 %c

1

Zulapa Mining

Toronto Stock

-

3.15 May

1.22

4.00 Mar

Jan

15c

(>9c

May

Be

5%c Jan

Apr

1.20 May

Jan

3%c Jan

8c

May

1,500

Jan

48c

Apr

IIV2C Apr

25c

Apr

16 %c

5%

4,300

4

1.94

6%

4,650

Mar
Jan

102 %

Exchange—Curb Section

Are Expressed in Canadian Dollars

Prices Shown

Friday
Last

STOCKS

Sale Prlee

Apr

May

Asbestos

Bulolo Gold Dredging

6 % May

28%

1,985

3.80

3.80

3.90

525

3.00

Canada & Dominion Sugar

—wl*

,23%

23%

24%

1.040

22%

22%

22%

110

1—i

4-

27

27

100

16%

16%

16%

*

42%

42 V2

42 %

Canadian Bronze common

l.oo

Jan

1.99

Jan

Canadian

General

4.60

4.60

100

3.00

Apr

4.60 May

Canadian

Industries common.

18%

18%

19%

6,560

15%

Jan

19% May

Canadian

Ingersoll

4.15

4.15

100

2.60

Jan

4.40 May

Canadian

Marconi

1.12

1.15

1,600

1.01

Feb

1.27 Jan

24

23%

24

250

19%

Feb

24

89c

83c

90c

24,250

45c

Jan

95c

May

75c

80c

7,100

38c

Feb

88c

May

9

9

9

200

8

Jan

9

Apr

1.76

1.92

1.25

1.23

1.30

3,371

51c

51c

55c

27,200

34c

Feb

6,200

70c

Mav

1.28

3.00 May

3.25

Jan

9c

Jan
Jan

Jan
Feb

May
1.92 May
1.41 Mar
60c

May

70c

43%

*

75c

3.00
7c

3.00

200

7c
27 %c 27 Vac

11,000

5c

Mar

1,000

21c

Jan

33c

Jan

44

May

6c

42%

43%

1,206

38%

Feb

395

17

Feb

20

May

27%

28

145

24

Jan

30

Mar

8%c

8%C

8%c

1,300

20

*

20

7%c Jan

12c

Jan

•

38%

38%

38%

355

31%

Jan

37

37

175

32

Feb

38

92

92

92%

100

86

Jan

1.02

98c

1.08

10,200

67c

Jan

1.08 May

i

27

27

27%

3,412

20 "4

Jan

•

57%

56%

59%

6.689

40

*

17 %e

-'

Rand-i

17 %c

19c

3,200

13c

Jan

29%
63

19c

May

23%

23%

950

4.90

4.70

4.90

6,450

23c

24c

1,900

16c

Jan

25c

Feb

16c

Jan

22c

May

>

18 %c

18 %c

21c

7,500

*

4.85

4.55

4.85

5,600

3.20

Jan

Apr

Feb

4.45 Mar

20%

Jan

"23% May

21

Apr

25

Jan

841

15

Mar

60

42

% May

Co

Preferred

25

5.75

72

17%

420

15%

80

80

40

78

26

26

26

25

19%

■»

20

20

20

15

18

93

46

84% Jan

Inc

Ontario

965

106

2,469

25%

26%

450

31

31

31%

494

3.10

27
104

.

_•

Flour common..

26%

1,265

—1

_

_

_

—

3.00

3.00

*

Pat© Consolidated Gold Mines
Bros

27%

94 %

25%

-.5

__2.50

Paper

33 %

38%

40

693

69c

72c

22,300

—

1

Consolidated Gold Corp

—

Feb
Jan

45

Feb

2.65

Feb

93

-

Apr

27 v2 Mar

Jan

7.50

—€

Loblaw

Minn &

Yukon

392

17%

Products

Paper common—_
International Utilities

Price

72%

17 %

1

International

Ogllvie

2,470

50

——-

Steel

Hayes

500

34

*

(1956)

of Canada

26%
17%

1.90 Mar

2:35

33

Paper

Gaspe Copper Mines

34

Mar

28

Jan

60

Feb

73

Apr

18%

Jan

80

May

26

May

21

Jan

,

Apr
Jan

93% May
27 % May

21%

Jan

75

Jan

21%

Jan

May
26% May

'

26

Jan

32% May

!

Feb

'

2.50

Jan

106

3.60

34%

Jan

42% Mar

54c

Jan

74c

May

t

No par

a

Odd lot sale (not Included In

value.

year'i

d Deferred delivery sale (not
In year's
e

included

range).

Ex-Iiquldating dividend.

(IJn) Admitted to unlisted trading

Cash sale (not included In year's

wl When issued,
x

range)

Ex-divldend.

y

Selling ex-interest,

f Flat price. •
r

;

wd When delivered,

range).

Apr

4.85 May

OUT-OF-TOWN AND CANADIAN MARKETS

FOOTNOTES FOR
•

Feb

23%

4.00

Mar

Jan

2.30

•

Feb

•

18%

32

May

*

__Il

27% May

33

----1

Dominion Glass common—

Dupont

92 % May

l

Consolidated

Investments-

38% May

37

100

% MAr

High
6% May

Jan

28%

——

575

1.35

5

30

Corn

1.56

1.08

Low

1.100

5%

Feb

1.35

16,600

Range Since Jan. 1

High

#

Jan

Jan

Shares

5Vs

5%

8

—

•

Apr

19c

for Week

Range

'.J*

Anglo Newfoundland Develop

8c

2.35

Sales

Week's

of Prices
r.ow

Par

17c

•

4 V2%

Metal

Zenmac

11% Mar

1.76

l

Class B

29

Jan

5.50

*

.—1

Yukeno Mines

1.15

10
'

class

Mines

'

•

Elevators

Jan

87 %

•

3,95

20c

58 % May

1

Towagmac Exploration

Bear

29 % May

55

■*

Toronto

Jan

21V2

200

20%
12%

.

May

4%c Mar

28%

•

Toronto

21%

2,155

3.95

——-1
•

Jan

29

Thompson

Bank

28% May

'<>

29
95

13 %c 15 %c

—1

Oil
——

Apr

Apr

1.75

1

Mines

Feb

1.55

4.95

•

Zinc—

&

Jan

25o

Dominion

Lead

Yale

Jan

1.25

Jan

Mar

10
1

Paper

Apr

Apr

2.10

Jan

1.14

57%

Thompson-l nndmark

Prairie

2.40

2.50

12% Jan
45c

80c

Mines

,27% May

Jan

1-40

•
5

A———-—

class

Ltd

Jan

40c

May

85c

94

6c

5%

•

Wright-Hargreaves

15c
25

Apr

1.90 Mar

39% May

.1

Temagami Mines
Texas Calgary

6c

14c

5,400

2.45

Feb

19c

37%

"

—

Apr

Jan

5%
1.50

19c

•

Pearson preferred
Hughes Gold

Trans

May

39 %

1

Mines

8%c Mar

Apr

5

21c

trust

Triad

16

1.50

5
——

*

;

31

15c 16 %c

;

Canuck

5%c

*

Gold

Feb

Jon
Feb

105

15%c

1

.

Indus class A

61c

76c

Ltd

Mines

&

Oils

Winnipeg & Central Gas

61c

1.56

Gold

Windfall

,

Larder

Winchester

1.10

1

Industries

1
1

Wiltsey Coghlan

130

_•

common

15%

Mar

8c

68c
-

————-.—

3,405

Warrants

Supertest Petroleum
Ordinary

Jan

Jan

9%

105%
70c

100
1

preferred

Warrants

16% Mar

4.75 May

2»«"4

■v

95
10%

Warrants

21

I

Mines;

Apr

28

'HI

;

100-

—

—

100

1.10

27%

28%

•

preferred

7,000

"l.Ol

1.05

.

•

1.

T»

% Ye

•

class A

(Geo;

(-Macs

5.666

27c

27%

1.60

1.75

27%

26c

preferred
Petrol—

Grocers

Western

1.75

25c

27%

1

1

Warrants
Western

20

Petroleum

Decalta

Western

10%

1
1

Exploration

7c

1.90

Jan

8c
2.00

1.60

Jan

-20c

Feb

1.50

14%

•
—•

1

Warrants

20 Vo

1

Propane common

1.99 Mar

Jan

Jan

5c

13

15 %C

100

Superior

2,400

1.65

ll%cMay

30

21

_*

Sunburst

3.000

40

10%

29% May

_•

Sturgeon River Gold
Sudbury Contact

6c

731

17c

._1

-

8,428

13C 15 %C

2,612

3,000

Jan

May

—•

Steeloy Mining
Steep Rock Iron
Steinberg Preference

Jan

12c

10c

8C

(John)

__1

Steel of Canada

Jan

•23c

.30C

30

Wood

1

Gas

dan

4.00 May

Apr;
Apr

14%

Apr

8,420

Toronto

6%c Mar

2.10

8c

20c

10,880

common

18c

10c

*

Jan

13

Cons

1.000

30c

Canada Breweries

13c

78c

8 ted man

11,700

20c

'

•

Copper

17c

1.60

Starratt

4.00

20c

3.95

Alexander

13

&

1,200

30

Products

Western

Wood

70c

Oil

13c

9.170

3.75

;

6.60 Mar

29% May

.1.885

11 Vac Il%c

13%

Westeel
Western

Apr

(1.51

Stan well

Jan

Jan

81 ac Jan

5.9(|
29%

1.75

82c

Jan

3.65

30

♦

Stanrock Uranium Mines Ltd

May

1.42

*55c;

5.15 Apr
24% Mar

5.70

287b

5.85
29%

<-'■

1.68

6 7/

~+

Materials

2.00 Mar

29

Mar

38c

*

Jan

13

Trans

3.500

1

23c

75c

Traders

47c

Mines

1,600

1.57

Tomblll

45 %c

1

Malartic

19,588

•

Tiara

May

Maygill Gas Oil

70c

*

Teck

1.15

West

4.75

1

Taylor

14,700

West

2914

Uranium Corp

Voting

1.24

May

1.50 May

5%c

68c

Radio

Taurcanls

Jan

1.15

1.2Q

Oil & Gas-

Canadian

West

4.70

_30c

Warrants

Tamblyn

24%

i
:

28%

Stanielgh

Sylvanite

25

Jan

—1

Ltd

Oil

68c

Standard

Swlison

440

29

May

5.00

———"——

Petroleums

4.75

*

Mines

Stand Paving &

Sullivan

1.50

-•
1
1

4.—-

Ltd

Werner Lake Nickel-—.

Wespac

29%

.1

Spooner Mines & Oils
Stadacona

5.00

•
•

Pyrite Copper

30

1

Oils

Union

Feb

10c
26

Jan

4.25

29

:

Knapp Canada

Weedon

29%

*

Warrants

Jan

21

1.50

common..

Petroleums

Wayne
Webb

&■ Wt

(G

•

Spartan Air Services common

5c

3,720

'

Walker

4.35

—•

Southern

26

Feb

Mar

79c

"

4.70

—

Mines—

Amulet

Walte

•
*

Valley Oil

33% May

Jan

'

1

Southam

Feb

58c

8.994

24

:A

—1
^

10%

Rol

14

,•

,

—,

Oils

29%

A—

common

2.85

12

*

—*

class

Manufacturing

D

8c

Jan

Apr

Apr

23%

-

-

895

„

Victoria & Grey Trust:
Violamac Mines

50c

Mines—,

Simpsons Ltd
Mines Ltd
K

8,666

70c

7c

Apr

15c

Jan

1.63

67C

Jan

4 00 Mar

Mar

10

Viceroy Mfg class A

1

8i8Coe
S

6,700

26

1

Mines

Dairies

33

Ltd

4.00

——

Quebec

Standard

Silver

Silverwood

32

(ic

r

May

8c

51%

''

•

trust

Miller

Silver

790

-1

Explorations Ltd—

1

§icks Breweries
Mines

35C

.50c

——

Gordon

Voting

139,455

14

G9C

Mines

Vandoo Consol

Willroy Mines

Sigma

2.38

7.50 May

1
1

Gold.

22

•

May

33% May

6.65

Preferred

Sherrltt

2.23

-

Apr

28% May

3.40 Feb

40,000

13%

44

530

12c

32%

-2

:

:

Upper Canada

Jan

19

62c

1
1
•
25
25

Gas

St

Rainbow

3.75

•

fit

River

—

—

Corp

Antonio

■

Jan

1

_»

3.75

8%c

Feb

13

Apr
5%c Jan

162' ^

12c

1

.

United Steel Corp

Apr

1.64 May

8,260

14.

Jan

1.18

760

8c

2.30

Feb

10c

16%

22

45%

*

United Oils

6%c Jan

Jan

3.75

Hill

Keno

Mountauban

_50o

Consol Mines

Lawrence

55c

1.28

United Fuel Inv class B pfd'
United

Apr

1.60

,

-25

Feo

7.05

Jan

25%

-

United

Feb

4,700

21c

Jan

4.90

80

7c

; 21

8c

82% May

37c

3,000

'

44

—1

Jan

.7,625

6.85

28%

22'

—

9% Mar

66

9.909

Mar

Jan

8%

*

Jan

7

13,275

1

—-

9.10 May

81o

900

85c

—

Mines

Estella

United

Jan

35c

8%

16 %c

8%C Mar

iJt

6.30
28 %

6.75

_

Ltd class A

15c

Feb

7%c

43c

Jan

Apr

84c

57c

7.50

17c

17c

7%c

8%

Jan

13c

35c

1

Can Ltd—.

Ryanor Mining

Feb

19 %C

Asbestos

United Corps
Class B

Jan

1,000

7%c

1

1.55

25%

56c

84c

IIIi

Jan

Jan

3,600

44c

2lC

44c

•»;

7,041

12c

11c

-1

Ltd

Preferred

70c

9,635

lie

.1

Apr

■1

Jan

8%

580

38c

Jan

2«e

43,250

76%. 82%
19c 19 %c

82

Mining Corp

United

Jan

6.15

36c

8%

Acceptance 2nd pfd.
of Canada.

Gas

Union

Jan

10c

20c

20

r
'

16c

.1
—

class A

Silk

(A V)

Scurry

2,694

10c

23,675

25

4.85 May

4,300

1.10

*

Pete

Sand

13c

92c

24%

1.08

»

8%

Atnabasca Uranium—
Roche Mines ,
—
Rockwin Mines

San

Jan

7,000
2,385

.1

Rix

5r/o

Apr

6c

2,000

27c
7c

1
.

Uranium

Riverside

St

22c

Union

High

Low

High

32 c

34c

Range Since Jan. 1

Shares

of Prices
Low

.1

Mines-

8hawkey

Union

5.00

I

iVUUeb

Rexspar

Rowan

i*eD

Mar

9.10

Rich well

Roe

50c
47c

4.85

—

Grip & Batten

Rocky

Jan

6%c

1

Mines

34c

4.85

24%

Explorations

Reef

10,700

6%c

1
_

Uranium
Mines..
Rainville Mines Ltd

Renabie

Mar

1

Radiorr

rvajiUCk

-

7c

1

'

Natural Gas—
S^UVVUUWU
Queenston Gold •*——— ■
Mines.
Quemont Mining ——
Quonto Petroleum —

44c

26C

1

Quebec

Rapid

41c

43c

1

Ultra

16 %c May

1,333

16c

for Week

Range

Par

High

Low

High

14c

—1

Quebec Ascot Copper
t^ucuec Chibougamau Gold.
Quebec Copper Corp.
Quebec Labrador Develop
Queoec Lithium Corp—

Shares

of Prices
Low

Par

Last

Sale Price

Range Since Jan. 1

Sales

Week's

Friday
STOCKS

for Week

Range

Last

MAY «3

ENDED

Sales

Week's

Friday
STOCKS

WEEK

Ex-rights,

z

Ex-stock dividend.

privileges.

Apr

Volume-187

Number 5745

.

The Commercial and Financial Chronicle

.

.

(23?»>
■

J

■

NATIONAL LIST OF
OVER-THE-COUNTER SECURITIES
Quotations for Friday,

May 23

The

following bid and asked quotations are obtained from
the National Association of
not represent actual transactions.
Securities Dealers, Inc., and
They are intended as a guide to the
other selected
sources.
range within which these securities
They do
or bought (indicated
could have been sold
by the "asked") at the time of compilation.
(Indicated by the "bid">
Origin of any .quotation furnished on
request. The "National" list is
which have a wide national
composed of securities
distribution.

•

•

-

Industrials and Utilities
'

Par

"

v.

Aerovox Corp.
Air Products Inc

Bid

1

Commercial

3%
29%

5

Barge

23

Line_5

American Express Co

2

.

Aztec

Oil A

Bayless
Bell A

(A

Hoover Co

14%

15%

Brush Beryllium Co

11%

Castings

5

11%

12 %

29%
/

42

10

10%

31%

33%

44%

■

21%

47

%•

23 Va

6%

1
-

35
5%

&

Gas

Co__3%

19

&

Gas

Co—10

34%

7%

9%

11

38%
24

%
5%

20 Va
36%

5

14%

15%

Central Louisiana Electric Co__5
Central Maine Power Co
10

38 Va

41 Va

24%

6

10
Central Vt Pub Serv
Corp
6
Chattanooga Gas Co
1
Citizens Util Co com cl A—33 %c
Common class B
33%c

•

Clinton
1

Engines Corp

22 %

5%
19 %

5

14

—.1 '

Inc

2%

20%
20

9%

1

Colorado Interstate Gas Co

24 Va

17%
5%

18%

1

Class B common

Colonial Stores

23
39

16%

1

Coastal States Gas Prod
Radio Co A com

Collins

,25%

21
36

.

*

5%
10%
15 Va

13%

30%

44%

19%

21%

14%

15%

26

5

14%

28 %
41%

;

28

"

Colorado Milling & Elev Co—1
Colorado Oil & Gas Corp com—3
$1.25 conv preferred
25
Commonwealth Gas Corp
—1
Commonwealth Oil Ref Co Inc_2c
'Connecticut Light & Power Co.*

6%
1%

vtg—1
.—1

16%

8%

9%

10 %

11%

29%

31%
44%

41

5

Common Ltd vtg

21%

15 %

Copeland Refrigeration Corp.—1
Cross Company
5
Cummins Engine Co Inc
Cutter Laboratories com

9%

10%

9%

T:

10%

Danly Machine Specialties

5

6%

Darling

1

8%

(L

A)

Co

Delhi-Taylor Oil Corp
Dentists' Supply Co of
r
f
>

:

'

7%
2%

20

Consol
Freightways
2.50
Continental Transp Lines Inc..1

7Va
10

1

12%

13%

N Y__2%
Detroit & Canada Tunnel
Corp_5
Detroit Harvester Co
1

27%

29%

14%

16 Va

16%

Detroit Internat

Bridge Co..—1

Di-Noc Chemical Arts

Inc

1

Du

Mont

Broadcasting

18
-13
45 %

10

21 %

56%

Corp
1
Freight Sys—1

28%

30%

15%

16%

Securities Co
:_5
Investors Diver Services Inc—

16%

17%

1

90

94%

5

30

Interstate

Bakeries

Interstate

Motor

Interstate
Class

A

common

Iowa Electric Lt & Pow Co
Iowa Public Service Co

Southern.

Utilities

Jack

&

Heintz

Jamaica

Jefferson

Corp*
Jessop Steel Co
Kaiser Steel

2%

3

28 %

30

&

Bradstreet

Dunham

Bush

Inc

Inc

34%

37%

2

Dynamics Corp of America—
$1
preference

6%

7%

2

11%

12%

50c

Eastern Utilities Associates—10
Economics Laboratory Inc
1
El

Paso Electric

Co

9%

*

34 %

9%

Oil

4%
16'/8

17%

34

50c

Kendall Co_

16

Kenna metal

Inc

.10

Kentucky Utilities

Co

10

Ketchum Co Inc—.
Keystone Portland Cem

6%

43%

Assn.100
10

2.50
1
1

Gas

Corrugated

Paper.10
•

Packing

Service

Co

Co

General Crude Oil Co
2%
General Gas Corp
2.50
Gen Telep
(Calif)
5%
pfd—20
Gen Telep Co of the
Southwest
5%% preferred
20
Gfant

Green

Portland
'A

P>

Cement

Co
1
Mach Tool Co_2

Fire

Brick Co

Green Mountain Power
Corp




59

62

65%

25%

27%

13%

15

&

Blower

Clark

25

13

1

3%

1

60

6%

1

19 Va

20

Bank

18%

*

22%

16

47%
16%

18

Industries

Corp

3

lc

McLouth Steel Corp
McNeil Machine A
Eng
Meredith Publishing Co

2%

15%
12%

30%

7

7%

22%

23%
24%

27'A

29%

27%

29%

8%

9%

29

31%

6%

15'A

3Va

4

20

22

7%
16 %

8%
17%

26%

5%
5

5%

30%

Co

Mountain Fuel Supply

30%

30%

32%

l

7%

19'A

21%
27%

5

13%

21%

25

25%

27%

29%

20%

21%

23%

24%

12

13

18%

20

19%

21

11%

12%

1

3%

4%

1
5

Serv

Co—•

11%

12%

10%

11%

70

74%

43

45%

1

-3Ve

3%

3

17%

18%

Miss River Prod—10c
•

Pabst Brewing Co

5%
11

6%
12

;

40%

43'A

25

26%

10

Phlla.10

(Savannah)

33%

35

38

37'A

»A

40%

64%

68 Va

298

58

62%

76

80%

36

38'A

89

92%

42

26%

42%

45%

78

81%

75

79%

Fidelity Trust Co (Pgh)
Fidelity Un Tr Co (Newark)
Fiduciary Trust Co (N Y)
First Bk

Stk Corp (Minn)
First Camden Natl Bk A
Tr
Co (Camden N J)
First National Bk

(Atlanta)

First Nat'l Bank Baltimore

First Natl Bank of Boston
First Natl Bk of
Bk

Bank

of

First
First

Sulphur Co—70c

18%

19%

21

22 »/2

15%

1

16 Va

10

26%

28'A

25

27

Pickering Lumber Corp

3%

8%

9%

27%

29%

Pioneer Natural Gas Co

•

24

27%

Plymouth Rubber Co

2

5 Va

5%

10

61

65

.10

28

Permanente Cement

Gas

A

9
.5

16%
18"

17%
19%

16%

50c

18

Warner A Swasey Co
Warren Brothers Co
Warren (S D) Co*—

—1

19%
4£

21%

5
•

**

35-

37%

13 %r

14%
19%

Washington Natural Gas Co—10
Washington Steel Corp.
*_!•
Watson Bros
Transport "A"—1
West Point

45%

18

5%

Manufacturing

Co—5
Co—10

6%

13%

14%

35%

37%
46%

Western Lt A
Telephone
Western Massachusetts Cos

1

Western Natural Gas Co

1

15%

16%

7.50

37 Va

39%

Weyerhaeuser Timber
White Eagle Oil Co

Whiting Corp

—

44"

10c

7

5

*

Wood Conversion Co

14%

12%

13%

27 Va

29

11%

5

Wurlitzer Company
Wyandotte Chemicals Corp

12%

10

7%

7%

2a%

l

31 y8

11

Zapata Off-Shore Co

7%

13%

Williams Bros
1
Wisconsin Power A
Light Co..10

»>»

BOO

0%

7%

Coke Co——19

19 %

20%

Portland General Electric Co_7%
Potash Co of America
5

20 %

21%

Producing Properties Inc

10c

34%

36%

QY*

22

24 Va

10

32

34%

10

50

53

69%

72%

12%

Bank

First Natl Bk

of Dallas—10
(Jersey City)—25

360

Companies

31%

33%
59%

25

58%

63

20

63

66 %

64%

67%

Trust Co

of St Louis

City Bank <N Y)—20
Pennsylvania Banking
Co

(Phila)

.10

First Westchester Natl Bank
of New Rochelle
.10
Franklin Natl Bk (Franklin

Square N Y)

9

Hanover
Harris

24%

26%

Hartford

32

35 Va

Bk—15

Bank

of New

20

York—10

Hudson

7%

17%

18%

Pub

17%

26 Va

18%

28%

Pub Serv

21V8

18%

22%

2'0%

5

16%

17%

8erv Co of New Hamp
5
Co of New Mexico—5
Punta Alegre Sugar Corp
1
P'fniator Products
1

Girard Trust Corn Exch

Guaranty Trust Co (N Y)

17 Va

5

17%

44%

47

31%

Providence R 1

10

Industrial Trust Co
(Phila)—6
frying Trust Co (N T)
10
Kings County Trust Co
(Brooklyn N Y).
20

Liberty Real Estate Bk

&

Ask

43%

10

Trust

83%

88'A

26%
31JA

28%
33%

Tr Co (N Y)—10
A Traders

43%-

45%

22%

24%

Co

(Buffalo)

5

Meadow Brook Natl Bank of
Freeport <N Y)
8
Mellon Nalt Bk As Tr Co
(Pgh) .25

Mercantile Tr Co (St Louis)..25
Merchants Natl Bk of Boston. 10

Morgan (J P) A Co (N Y)—100
Bank

10%

343A

(N Y)__ 10

Long Island Trust
Manufacturers
Manufacturers

18'

32%

Tr

(Phila)

of Detroit
10
of Westchester .5

National

Bank

City Bank

Cleve)..16

•

National Commerce Bank A
Trust t Albany N Y)
Natl Newark A Essex
Co
(N J)

7.80v

18%
123

129

60%

64

43Vi
273

20

47 V4

284

53

56%

19%

21 %

66%

71

26

28%

Banking

25
Natl Shawmut Bk of
Boston.12%
Natl state Bk of Newark
12%
New Eng Trust Co
(Boston) .100
New York Trust Co <N
Y) ..*-25
Northern Tr Co
(Chicago)—100

Tr

&

Sav

Natl

Bk

Bk &

<

Chic) —20

Tr Co—10

County Natl Bank
(Jersey City N J)

25
Hudson Tr Co
(Union City)—8
Industrial Bk of Com «N Y>10
For

footnotes

see

Peoples First Natl Bk A Tr
Co
(Pittsburgh)
20
Peoples Tr Co of Bergen City
(Hackensack N J)
9
Philadelphia Natl Bank
10
Provident Tradesmen's Bank
A Trust
(Phila)
20

preceding

Republic Natl Bank (Dallas)—12
Rlggs Natl Bk of Wash D C—25
Rockland-Atlas Natl Bank of
Boston

10

Royal Bank of Canada
10
Royal State Bk of Now York—5
Rye National Bank (N Y)
2
St Louis Union Trust Co
20
Seattle 1st Natl Bk (Wash)—20

Second Bank-State Street Trust
(Boston Mass)
20
Second Natl Bank of Phila
10

Security First Natl Bank (Los
Angeles)
12%
Security Natl Bk of Hunting¬
ton

32

34%

26%

28%

47

«N

Y)

5

State Bank of

55%

59%

44%

47%

43

46%

34%
79%

83

415

54%

58

15%

163/4

37%

39%

43%

46%

50
127

53%
141

37%

40%

62%

65%

17'%

19%

7%

(New

70%

8

74%

74

77%

73

77%

27

29%

46%

49%

20%

22

10

41

44

29

Albany
Sterling Natl Bk A Tr

42%

45%

10

21

22%

Co

York)

50%

Trade Bk A Tr Co (N Y)

81%

Trust Co of New Jersey

42 Va

44%

Union Bank of Commerce

86

90%

32%

34%

78

•

48

52%

2%

(Cleveland)
Union Tr
United

Co

8%

10 ya

10
of Maryland
Co—

41%

44%

10

39%

42%

24%

26%

States Trust

(Boston)

10

15%

17

United

32

Y1..20

70%

73%

35%

Valley Natl Bk (Phoenix Arls)-B

35'A

38

18%

29%

Bid

40%-

Industrial Natl Bank of

370

55%

Natl

A Trust

16

7V4

W.

32 %

-10

29%

26%

Natl

Paterson

7%

11%
17%

.10

Chicago—*100

First Natl

14%

26'A

24%

14%

10%

24%

38

Trust

29%

Bottlers—1

31%

-10
Federation Bk A Tr Co
(NY) .10
Fidelity-Bait Nat Bk A Tr Co .10
Fldelity-Phila Trust Co
.20

Federal

12 Va

Portland

Corp.

171

13%

1

29

162

27%

26%'

4%

39%

National

.50

5

1

8

(N Y)
Co
(Newark

First

24%

4%

3?"

A Iron

Pair Mills Inc

National

25

10

Empire Trust Co

36%

General

of

(Paterson N J)

6%

Pepsi-Cola

Bk

County Trust Co (White
Plains N Y)

11 Va

28 %

12%

Co

260

34 Va

26%

64

38%

Light Co—6%
Corp

69'A

36

Pacific Power A

Indus

66%
60 %

10

31/2

Tool

10

51%

7 Va

Hannifin

20%
22'A

52%

2%

American

19

50

6%

Parkef

302

49

•

Pan

38%
37 Ya
314

(NY)-12%

First Natl

Co

36%

33%

iN

Pacific Airmotive Corp
1
Pacific Far East Line. J
5
Pacific Mercury Telev "A"—90c

Pendleton

2%

Valley Mould

Ask

32%

19%
22%

50c

Coal

Pub

27

10

Bid

20

>—

(Chicago)*——
County Bank A Trust Co

10 V4

50c

Northwest Production Corp
Northwestern Pub Serv Co

11%

29%

20%

10

Co

5

Gas Co

100

Commercial Trust of N J
25
Connecticut Bank & Tr
Co_12%
Continental 111 Bank A Trust

15

20%

2'/a

Co

•4%
32%

30%
1-4%

Par

(NY)—5

Virginia

Commercial State Bank A
Trust Co (N Y)

94

9%

Northeastern Water Co $4 pfd_*

12

28%

A

0%
(Newark) .25

50

19%

1„

Norris Thermador Corp
Nortex Oil & Gas Corp

10%

27%

City Natl Bk A Tr (Chicago) .25
Cleveland Trust Co

29%

18 VB

1

of

Bank

40%

1
5

T A S

N

Y)„10
Citizens A Southern National

23

38

America

Chase Manhattan Bk
Corn Exch Bk

211/4

1

Class B common

11

6%

Chem

8%

5

National Shirt Shops of Del
1
Eng Gas A Elec Assoc—8
Nicholson File Co
•

Power

5%

Tranffmls Corp_7

Centl-Penn Natl

33%

28

Pipe Line Co_5

Montrose Chemical Co

Tail

5

—*

Camden Trust Co (N J)
8
Central Natl Bank of
Cleve—10

6

2

Minneapolis Gas Co..
Mississippi Shipping Co
Miss Valley Barge Line Co
Mississippi Valley Gas Co

Otter

7%

64%

Broad St Trust Co
(Phila)

Inc—

common

25%
-

28%

Utah Southern OU
Co**

38%

5%
14 Va

6%

Francisco)

Louis)

13%

24%

,_7%

Miehle-Gross-Dexter

Oklahoma

3%
29%

i

22%

1

Bankers Trust Co (N
Y)
Boatmen's Natl Bank (St

17

5

Miles Laboratories Inc

American

10c

10%
28 %
18»

Corp**
12%
Upper Peninsular Power
Co*—9

Vanity

50 V2
26

Bank of North America
Bank

5

Metropolitan Broadcasting
Michigan Gas Utilities co

,

16%
24%

Varlan
Associates.—————— 1
Vitro Corp of Amer.:

1

Bank of New York

51 Ve

1

Madison Gas A Electric Co
Maremont Auto Prods Inc.

Marlin-Rockwell Corp
1
Marmon Herrington Co Inc
1
Maryland Shipbldg & Dry Co.50c

of

(San

32%

North

9%
26

*10

39%

lc

Bank of Commerce

24%

30

Utilities

42%

10
-1

23

35%

Par

21%

17%

1

Missouri

United Utilities Inc.
United WesternMinerals
Universal Match

6%
22%

40'

States Truck Lines
Ino.1

Bank and Trust

20%

1

*

Co

Missouri-Kansas

21

.

,

7Va

Ludlow Mfg & Sales Co

Class A

United Greenfield
Corp—
6% preferred
United States
Sugar Corp
United

9%
19%

6-

Pwr Co. 3

37%
28 %

35 Va

2%

63%

50c

1 %

McLean

9'
18

Trans Gas Pipe Line
Corp—50c
Tucson Gas Elec Lt A

36%

cl B—5

Macmillan

L)

24%

21 %

31 %

1

4%

34

Co

(W

22%

1

V

12%

25

14 Va

1

Lucky Stores Inc

Maxson

industries mo

Towmotor Corp—;
Tracerlab Inc—

16%

5

16%

com

10%
6%
63%

14%

15%

Co

Steel

9Vs

4%
60'

18'/a

30%

13%

Lithium Corp of America
Star

28%

Eastern

1

29%

•

11%

—**1

Corp

Texas

4%

27

1

15%

Inc—

...

Tappan Stove Co
Tekoil

Topp

5Va

4%

.

1

Time Inc.
Tokheim Corp

24*%
22%

% 4%

Gasoline Corp.. 1

Thermo* King Corp:
Three States Nat
Gas Co

16%

2.50

—

Refining Co*.*

.

Ask

20'/a

-

Co Inc

Tampax Inc

21

5

Liberty Loan Corp
Lilly (Eli) & Co Inc
Ling Electronics
Lone

19

Co

Fibres

Pfaudler-Permutlt
1

10

Glddings & Lewis

55%

Steamship

Register*.*

......

Bid

x23%

11%

6%

40%

'

Texas Gaff
Transmission Corp.5
Texas 111 Nat Gas
Pipeline Co.l
Texas Industries mc
*
Texas National
Petroleum
1
Texas Natural

35%

49

10c

14%

Corp__l

Suntide

38 %

10%

46

Co

/

■

Struthers Wells
Corp—
Stubnitz Greene
Corp—
Suburban Propane Gas

50%

36"

-5

Glass

Landers Frary A
Lau

47

33

Opelika Manufacturing Corp—5

1

13%

■

Strong Cobb

7%

1

Koehring Co
L-O-F

6%

3

Co

Old Ben Coal Corp

7%

24

1.25

34 Va

12%

CO

Garlock

16%

■

*

25

37%

14%

28%

38%

25%

Foote Bros Gear & Mach
Corp_2

Wayne

24 Va

35%

26%

21%

Corp—

8outh Shore Oil &
Devel Co.lOc
Southeastern Pub Serv Co—10c
Southern Calif Water Co
6

Statler Hotels Delaware
Corp—1
Stouffer Corp——

36%

23%
31%

.—3

11 Va

Fisher Brothers Co
Fisher Governor Co
Florida Steel Corp
Ft

22%

11 Va

Southwest

5%

1

1

Federal Natl
Mortgage
First Boston Corp

Frito

10%

Skil

5%

1

ftorp

Sierra Pacific Power
co—_J7%

.

37'A
10%

1

23%

Empire State Oil Co

*

10%

5

(Texas)—*

Electrolux Corp
Emhart Mfg Co

Equity

10

4%~

46%
12%

31%

36

North Penn

1

33 %

Gas
Producing Co—1
Southwestern States Tele Co
1
Bpeer Carbon Co—*
2 Va
Sprague Electric Co
2%
Staley (A E) Mfg Co—
—10

$1.46 preferred
•
Kalamazoo Veg Parchment Co.10

North Indiana

East Tennessee Nat Gas Co
Eastern Industries Inc

31%
44

•

1

New

1

8%

1

Stanley Home Products
Common
non-voting
Stanley Works

National Homes Corp A com_50c

Corp

8%

10%

2

Service

Standard

National Aluminate
Corp
National Gas A Oil Corp

19%

22%

2

Stand Fruit &

1

8%

5

25%

common

7%
9%
21%

Co

17%

Co

1

Co

&

24%

*

Corp

D)

16%

Supply

Electric

Jervis

21%
40 Va

Petroleum

Bantam

(G

15

Inc—

Water

Jacinto

67

20 %

37 %

1

—5

Co

62%

10

Southern Colorado Power Co
•
Southern Nevada Power Co
1
Southern New Eng Tele
Co—25
Southern Union Gas Co.—
1

22%
60%

14%

changed to
Metropolitan Broadcasting

-

17%

Co—_*

47 3 4

Name
Dun

«

23%

18

Dictaphone Corp
5
Dixilyn Drilling Corp A conv—4
Donnelley <R R) & Sons Co—5

!

8%

16%

1

40%

2 Ya

20c

Searle

18%
10%

9%
37

•

Reld

Seismograph

10%

17.

-25c

•

Schield
*

72

22%

•

Co—

Inc..8%
A

Sabre-Pinion Corp

25%

•

Kansas-Nebraska Natural Gas_5

Central Electric

Utility Corp

1

Textbook

35%

Inc

San

5%

7%

Kearney A Trecker Corp
Kellogg Co

Central

Soya Co—
Central Telephone Co

9%
68%

20%

22%

Cedar Point Field Trust ctfs

24

_1

53%

8%
,

Corp.—10

Central

1

19%

Z—— 1

5

Marie

Ryder System

26%

50

Canadian Superior Oil of Calif.l
class B com—25

;Cannon Mills

Central Public

Water

International

14%

26%

Central Indiana Gas Co

24%

*

Co.

14Va

33%

Corp.

Rose

14%

24%

39%

Corp
Carpenter Paper Co

Indianapolis

Iowa

13 Y»

California Oregon Power Co__20

Elec

20%

23

California Water Service Co__25
.Calif Water. A Telep Co
12%
Canadian Delhi Oil Ltd..
10c

111

27%

4 Va
*

1

Products

29%

19%

—10

Carlisle

7%

.

25%

Co__*_*

Inc

Steel

12%

6%
27

1

Eurndy Corp.

Ceco

6%
30%
13 Va

10

13%
7%

1

18%

12%

preferred_'_25

113

1

Indian Head Mills Inc
Indiana Gas A Water

63

16%

—

12%

3

A Myers Inc*

(H H) Co..
Rochester Telephone
Corp
Rockwell
Manufacturing Co
Roddis Plywood

55%

106

65

.

14 Va

par

4Vb

29%
15%

12%
.

Roadway Express class
Robbins

111

15 %

Husky Oil Co

14%

1

59%

30%

Mat

Hugoton Gas Trust "units"
Hugoton Production Co—

5

Co

Gas

Field

21%

——1

$1.20

Oil

29%

5%

Botany Mills Inc.

Natural

17'A

—*

51%

1

Hudson Pulp A Paper Corp—
Class A common

61

Black Hills Power &
Light Co__l
Black, Sivails A Bryson Inc com.l

Buckeye Steel

22%

-

10

Brown A Sharpe Mfg

Houston

3%

2%

—

20

28%

*****,

A

Houston

27%

1

»

River Brand Rice Mills

8%
32%

Engineering

class

32%

2

Riley Stoker Corp.

26%

105

.

,

1

Corp

Voltage

Ask

3%
30%

Co

Robertson

Controls—1

27

10

Hathaway Inc

Bullock's

15%
33 «A

21%

—_—1

Berkshire

Inc

U

21V4
■;

1

Beryllium

Bowser

V

55

31%
20'A

10

:

-

*

.51%

10

3%

Hearst Cons Publications cl
A.25
Helene Curtis Ind class A——1

High

14%

25

Haloid Xerox Inc—
5
Hanna (MA) Co class A
com.10
Class B common
10

21%

17%

21%

10c

A

Bid

1

Chemicals

Republic Natural Gas
Resistoflex Corp
Richardson Co—:

128

14

2.50

Hagan Chemicals

10Va

16%

Reichhold

Ask

20%

,_20

27

69%

r

.

*

com

Gustin-Bacan Mfg Corp

21%

Co

Beneficial Corp

Gulf
Gas
preferred
Gulf Sulphur Corp

28

19%

.

121

1

36%

9%

.1

Bid

:_*

_

7. 6%

66

Markets..

Gossert

Society
Interstate

20

*_*.

,*

Grolier

4

G?v Co

J)

Corp—.

—50c

Corp—

Bates Mfg Co..—
Baxter Laboratories:

Grinnell

Par

25

Arkansas Western Gas Co.-_—5.
Art Metal Construction
Co.—10
Products Tnr__

48!/2

''.."I-.

26

*
Partic preferred
Arizona Public Service Co. I—5
Arkansas Missouri Power Co—5

Avon

52 %

1

common..

Associated Spring

18

34 Va

-

American Pipe & Const Co
1
Amer Research &
Develop
1
American Window Glass
Co_12%

Ardcn Farms Co

313A

......24%

45 %*
49

4

Incorporated

■>.

16%

.10

Ampex Corp
;
Anheuser-Busch Inc../

26

'

"»

4 %

24%

1

Amer Hospital
Supply Corp
American-Marietta Co

AMP

Ask

.1

—.

American- Box Board Co.
Amer Cement
Corp
Amer

Par

Rare Metals
Corp of America—1

-

page.

States

Tr

Co

'N

40

r'*V

Chronicle

The Commercial unci Financial

.

.

Monday, May 26, 1958

.

(2374)

4C

NATIONAL LIST OF

OVER-THE-COUNTER SECURITIES

Quotations for Friday, May (>g

,■

Mutual Funds
Far

Funds—

Mutual

1.38

10.94

Investment

3.88

of America—1
Investment Trust of Boston-—1

8.37

8.05

9.67

10.51

24.67

Mutual Fund Inc—1

10.51

11.42

19.59

21.06

15.32

21.96

23.74

8.60

13.83

Fiduciary Mutual Inv Co

5.19

5.66

Metal

shares-—i.

21.11
4.98

144.37

145.82

6.56

6.80

16.33

3.67

2.18

2.38

—*

7.68

8.35

Franklin Custodian Funds Inc—
Common stock series
lc

9.11

10.01

lc
2
1

5.29

5.83

14.76

16.18

3.70

4.02

4.42

Inc
Mutual Fund Inc——1

Founders Mutual Fund

series

Fundamental Investors Inc
—

4.84

Capital Corp

_1

11.83

12.79

Price

6.29

6.67

lc

shares—.

7.32

20.59

13.68
9.83

3.15

Jersey

5.58

30 Ms

3.61

3.95

11.96

13.11

8.14

8.89

21.26

14.70

30.96

Life Ins__10

Standard

Insurance Co of N Y„10

33.81

•

4.60s June
3.30s

Julv

3%s

April

June

26,

July

10.

4.70s

—

1958

11.

Aug.

4.20s

3%s

1958

10.

Oct.

10, 1959

Aug.

23,

—

——

1
1

12.99
11.40

12.46

2.35s Oct. 7.

11.63

12.74

w?

11.53

(Edison

Fund

Bi

—1

Sterling

10.37

10.97

1

10.61

11.56

_1

Investment

8.02

—

2.14

2.36

Television-Electronics Fund

Equipment shares

.lc

4.66

5.12

Texas

Railroad Stock shares

_lc

7.46

8.18

lc

7.10

7.79

United Accumulated

Fund—1

10.02

10.89

_lc

6.02

6.61

United Continental Fund—1

6.55

7.15

-lc

9.96

10.91

United Income Fund Shares-i

9.30

10.11

1959—

2,

9.53

10.42

Industry Shares Inc_

1

Dec.

14.10

14.52

3%s

—1

2%s

-1

15.81

Feb.

Oirardian Mutual Fund Inc—

16.29

Inc-

Fund

Funds

United

Inc—

"

United Science Fund

Funds

United

Line

Value

Line

Special

1

a22.22

Fund Inc 10c

2.31

Inc—1

6.91

7.55

1

5.80

6.34

1

4.79

5.18

1

8.50

Whitehall Fund

1

x7.29

7.88

10c

2.52

2.75

l%s

6.88

7.52

I

1

7.90

8.63

1

1

Wisconsin Fund inc

Fund

Income

Incornorated

Investors

2%s

100.8
100.11
100.22
101

Feb.

Vis May

101.4
103.20
103.6
102.4
107%
102.28

Fund

Inc

Wall Street

1

12.46

13.59

1

11.83

Feb.

1, 1960

April 3, 1961
May ), 1962—

3%s
4s

1963

2%s May

1,
3%s May 2,

1966

Bid

Steel

Earium

5.01

Investing Corp

Investors Fund Inc_
.

,ic_—

:

-

Treasury

__

__

%s

%

Notes—
15. 1958

Of t

1958

1

...

Pac

Carrier

Ry

s

Oct

Security Issues
Ask

4%s

Bid

Bonds—

74%

Long Island Lighting 4VBs

83%

84%

Lowenstein

94%

95V2

98

99%

1977

111%

112%

1, 1971
15, 1972-1967-j.

4<8s

92

93%

(M)

1988

Ask

101%

101%

til

Paso

Light
Natural

3%s

-1988

Gas

5%s_1977

99%
114

99%
115

Feb.

Sept.

1972

15,

32nds of a point

Maturity-

100.23

100.25

101.17

101.19

Notes—(Cont. >—
1 %s Oct. 1, 1960
I %s April 1, 1961

101.1

101.3

4s

100.12

100.6

100.10

Corp

3%s

1975

80

82

1976

72%

74

1975

75

1977

119

120

Gen'l Tire & Rubber 6s ww 1982

115

75%

103%

Epme

Port

Cement

5s

Oil. 5s

1971

National
New
N

Can

1978

5s

15. I960—

9-

'

%s

100.19

4s

100.9

1 %s

100.11

April

10-

Idaho Power 4s
4%s

——




1988

1021.,

103%

1983

101%

101%

105 %

105 %

Bid

Ask

99.20
98.30

105.31
98.18

98.10

Aug.

,97.8

97.16

106.6

106.10

101.4

101.6

15.

Nov

Feb

l%s

1-

93

106.29

106.27

1962

1,

■uh*

105.10

97.24

1962—

15.

Oct.

105.6

April

15,

1,

1962

1963—-J

97.8

97

1963

—

6-

Rate

Ask

Bid

Debentures

Dated

One

'

•

Bill

.

«»k

100

100.2

3.00%

2-

3-58

11-

3-53

100.22

100.25

2-58
1-58

100.8

100.11

2.45%

3-

3-58

12-

1-58

100.16

100.19

8-

100.19

100.22

2%

4-

1-58

1-

5-59

100.12

1-58

100.9

1-57

9-

2-58

100.24

100.27

1%%

5-

1-58

2-

2-59

2-57

100.28

1.60%

6-

2-58

3-

2-59

7-

1-57

11-

J.65M

101%

10-

2-58

1-58

100.25

United States Treasury

102 %

102%

104%

99.28
100

103 Va

June

101%

June

100%

102%

June

1977
1973

Pacific Petroleum 5s

119

121

5%S

102
99%

103

Elec

Serv

of

3%s—

Okla

1988

3%s

1988

Units

Quebec Natural Gas

5,

99.31

100.3

August 7, 1958_—_!——I-

99.948

99.970

99.931

99.947

99.919

99.938

July 3. 1958
July 10, 1958—

Co of Am

Counties

4%s
Gas

1967
4s_lD83

99%

100

100%

140

142

1982
Sylvania El Prod debs 4%s-1980

Sperry Rand 5%s ww

92
100 %

August

1958 ...
21,
1958

14,

FOOTNOTES

95
101

113

113%

102%.

103

a

par

Net

asset

k Admitted

OVFR-THE-COUNTER ISSUES

yield

'

value.
to

listing

^toc* Exchange
b Bid

FOR

value

price

on

the New
_

York

d Ex-rights
t New stock
x Ex-dividend
wi When issued
»

Ex-stock

dividend

99.899
99.87B
99.867

99.828

July 24, 1958
July 31, 1958—

99.977

99.858
99.844

99.986

99.910

99.875

99.992

99.960

August

Ask
99.928

99.889

99.972

1958—

Valuo

99.906

1958

99.983

•No

Sheraton

17.

1958

26,

99.998

Julv

1958-

12, 1958
19, 1958

Dollar
Bill

Ask

99.995

May 29,

103 %
101%

Uranium 5%s

Bills

Dollar Value

84

ww.1963

Phila

134

101 Ma

98.22

1962

1

2%s

99.23

103.29

Due

3-57

12-

4%%

England Tel & Tel 4s_1993
Jersey Bell 3%s—
1993

Span

Southern

i3i

109%

105.29

1961
l%s Oct. 1, 1961—
3%s Feb 15, 1962

"

103%

Pub

General

101.6

101%

76%

Merrim.ac-Essex
4%s
1988
Mississippi Pow & Lgt 4%s_1988
Mueller Brass 3%s
1975

117

Fruehauf Trailer 4s

100.8

99,14

1,

Aug.

100.5
99.24

Dated

June
Ferro

105%

& Sons—
1981

New

Duquesne

103.2

Indebtedness & Notes

Ask

Kid

1972

—

101.6

100.13
100.5

Commonwealth Oil Ref—
6S

100.2Q

101.1

103.27

1. 1960

*% %

73

1966

101 %
108 V*
100%
104%
104%

1970-1967

1,

Oct.

3%s May

100.7

...

1959

1.

%s April
3 Va s May

45s'v

1975

1982

3M2S

4%s
Chance Vought 5Vis
Corp

IIOV2

*>s April 1, 1970
fbS July 15, 1969

100.17

1959—
Anvil 1. 1959
15,

Feb.

4.50%

4%s
Canadian

100.26

5.43

—

1969

5J2S

Burlington Industries 4%s

100.13

111%

Federal Intermediate Credit Bank

Uoixte—

102.7

100.18
100.12
100.30
102.26
—,
—_
104%
——100 !■•
—
100.30

12.79

1

__

14, 1959

Kate

Recent

—

1959
1, 1960

1,

?%s June

100.11
100.14
100.25
101.4

101
103.12
102.30
101.28

102.3

1. 1958
2, 1959

Nov.

4%s

100.16

Treasury

2%s June

Inc

Wellington Fund

7-78

Incorporated

101.22

102.22

Ask

100.12
100.9

100.11

1, 1958
1, 1958

Aug.

15.55

Situations

4.02

4s

14.31

Fund

Income

—10c
10c

of Boston

Fund

32nds of a point
Bank Bonds—

Land

4%s July 15, 1958

100.7
100.11

Indebtedness—

of

Certificates

1

■Washington Mutual
Income

100.8

Bid

Maturity—

!

Value Line Fund Inc

Income Foundation

30:%

decimal point represent one or more

Figures after

Ltd

Canada

Value

2.53

28 %

Bid

U. S. Certificates of

-lc

Kaydeck Fund Inc

2

Ask

100.9
100.3

1958

8.77

.lc

4.38

34%

Fire

Wpstcliester

100.29

1958—

2.

March

11.63

3.98

32%

a30.07

Fund Inc-1

& Farnum Fund

Stein Roe

Sept.

1.70s

shares

H-C7

28

„2

Y

N

for Cooperatives—

Central Bank

10.62

Series H-DA

60

26 %

Co in the

34 Va

10.53

Series

77%

56%

3

3%s

1968

11,

March

3%s

Investors
:
1
State Street Investment Corp—*

8.70

Hamilton Funds Inc—

Va

29%

107M4

1665

10.

June

5s

8.35

Growth

22%

74 Ms

_

of

2%s

1958

14.24

Sovereign

shares

City

Assn—

1958

4%s

10.98

Shareholders Trust of Boston—1
Southwestern Investors Inc

——

72%
27%

100.4

——

Mortgage

Natl

•eueral

10.05

7.59

Smith

Utilities

76

8.68

6.95

Tobacco

21 Ma

_3

(N

S Fire

2

4%s

Shares

7.37

shares—

Y)_..8

8

Guaranty Co..-10

S Life Insurance

Federal

1963

15,

8.03

Amer

9.83

Steel

44%

Trust

&

Guar

Fidelity

S

U

107

101.14

1958

15.

1
-1.25

6.34

shares!—

50 3

41%

Accident

O

45%

43%
103

Bill

Banks—
16, 1958

xa22.02

6.72

Bona

47%

Obligations of Government Agencies

4%S

& Clark-

8.97

Railroad

Va

22%

—

Travelers
U

90 V4

86

21.47

13.52

6.92

6.39

Title

157

150

Federal Home Loan

1
2.50

lc

RR

t

Amer_ A

9.46

1
*

.lc

Petroleum
1

Co—,—___10
5

32%

8.66

Selected

5.82

67%
24

-10
-10

&

21.70

6.94

.lc

48

6.10

20.07

lc

shares—

5074

45

Marine...-10

Standard

Fire

Figures after decimal point represent one or more

Industrial Machinery shares. .lc

Mining

47

63

7.48

6.33

Institutional Bond shares- .lc
.lc
Merchandising shares

42%

.10

Springfield

Inspection

North

of

Co

Jefferson

5.73

53 Mz

39%

6.25

Marine

&

Surety Co

Security (New Haven)

23

Insurance

8.05

15%

49%

397a

-—

6.84

Fire

36 Va

21%

14 V*

.10

94

31 Va

Co

Insurance

Hartford Fire Insurance Co—10
and

Paul

68

-2

Y)

Co

34%

10

—

_

Corp (N

89%

(Jacksonville Fla)_2%

Gulf Life

5.24

lc

Fully-Administered shares—

-1.50
5

American

7.37

1

Common Stock Fund

Electrical

-General Bond shares—

Government Employees Life
(D C)

Life Ins

Ins

Seaboard

10.51

1

Fund Inc___

shares

St

I960
3%s Feb. 13, 1962
3%s March 11, 1963

Scudder Stevens

Equipment shares

56%

——

20.72

Scudder Stevens & Clark

Food

52%

—

—

44%

7.39

&

4

Republic

C)

(D

City

Insurance. iTexusi-.-i()
Republic NaU Life Insurance.-2

Government Employees Ins

41%

12.30

Electronics

Republic

Putnam Growth Fund

12.05

(The) Stock Fund. lc1

Reliance

187 a

3.32

Scudder Fund of Canada Inc—

Common

Reinsurance

31%

Hanover

1

Building ' shares

56%

58

Ins

12.76

1

6.31

'•

17%

1

5.75

53

29%

1
1

lc

5

Co.,

Insurance

54%

3.63

10.20

6.74

Life

PljlJa

5
5

Glens Falls

3s Feb

11.23

25%

19 Ma

12.09

11.00

54%

'23%

39%

12.96

lc

51%

—3

37

11.12

lc

—10

Quaker

Insurance

9.31

—

Indemnity Co

Peerless Insurance Co

69 %

Home

lc

shares—

Pacific

37%

66%

Insurance

Life

11.92

Chemical

49

63

34

Y_.10

N

of

Fi__—-2.50
—4

(S

Fund

Fireman's

6.00

Fund

Capital Growth Fund—._—

45%

59%

Insurance Co

17%

11.21

Aviation shares

85

1Q

,

Pacilic

3%

3

64%

6.49

(Geo)

(Minn)

Insurance

84 M*.

Lite-%

.10

5.49

Inc

Putnam

National

.

.10

6.00

Fund

58%

9%

80

Phoenix

10.26

Fund Inc_

6.84

55 %

34%

8

Providence-Washington

Globe &
19.05

30.65

Puritan

Group Securities—

10.80

Growth Stock

(T Rowe)

29%

32%

43%

1

Inc

27%

12.50

Northwestern

82%

11.55

9.99

1

Fund

Pioneer

5
,——3.33 Ma

General Reinsurance Corp——10

7.15

Over-the-Counter Securities

13.48

41%

52%

1

Fund Inc

38-

10

Fire

90 V*

1

Peoples Securities Corp
Philadelphia Fund Inc
Pine Street Fund Inc

17%
46%

41

Hartford Steam Boiler

&
Electronics Shares Inc

16%

49%

Nucleonics Chemistry

12.33

79

37 Ma

35%

85%

4

9.72

Fund——

England

90%

83%

10

Deposit of Md

&

19.16

York Capital Fund
of Canada Ltd

-1

-1

Fidelity

New

Industries Fund Inc

Genera! Investors Trust

Federal

36 Ma

>

43%

Northern

2.38

10.68

Inc.

Series—

Growth Stock
New

133

1.25

;vM

.—-2.50

127

2.56

2.90

—

79

Fire

Liie——10
Co—-.5
Continental Casualty Co_
5
Crum & Forster Inc—,
10
General

Assurance

Franklin

of beneficial Interest-

Series

10
5

Northeastern

2.81

6.52

"

Preferred Stock Series—

85

River

North

22%
261%

Great

Dividend Series

York

New

21%

251%

2.55

8.95

——

33

A
9
Casualty——_2

Hampshire

2

2.16

a

Series-

—_—8
(Balt)_10

Corp class

New

2.32

12.65

National Security SeriesBalanced Series———

12

Co

i

58 %

National Union Fire

,14%

75r%

(Ky)

45 Ma

11

Fire

7i.:'-

Employees Group Assoc——•
Employers Reinsurance Corp—5

Mutual Trust Shares

13.72

21

2

35 Ma

41

Ins

Life

Nationwide

Eagle Fire Ins Co (N J)

4.56

3.35

National

22%

13%

34%

33%

54%

Ins

Life

32 5 a

50%

New Amsterdam

2.62

19.74

15.11

Monarch

17%

-

33%

3.75

Corp

Stock Series

46%

13%

198

4

Manufacturers

Merchants &

31%

2.37

Nation Wide Securities Co

l
5

-

Fire A.ssurance--_i_8

Merchants

3

34 Ms

:

99

95
191"

Mass Indemnity & Life Ins—__5

31%

3.40

22.67

.

Bonding

Massachusetts

27%

29%

2.18

21.20

Casualty-

Marylanci

32%

3.45

10.25

12.69

Commonwealth

20
10

25%

16 %

Life Ins
Life Ins

Natl

Columbian

Inc

<N J)__5

Assn

1.97

2.90

Income

Life Insurance Co of Va

2%

1%

12 %

1

Life

5

3.13

Foundation—
Mutual Investment Fund Inc—

Bond

Ins

Fire

Camden

Co

4.56

Companies

19%

29

Ins Co__ 1

Life

shares_lc

Shares

,

Stand

25 Ma

22

31%

Insurance Co

23%

Lincoln National Life

(N Jt.10

Life Ins

Natl

Benelicial
Boston

30

1%

Casualty Ins Co

Monumental

Bankers

28 Ma

of Tenn

6%

17 %

(Birm)_2

18

6.25

shares—lc
lc

Industries

Paper

9.03

Inc.l
10c

Florida Growth Fund

»'

4.14

lc

shares——

Electrical Equipment

&

Ask

3

&

20

:—i_10

Connecticut

Managed Funds—
Automobile

35 Va

1
5

Surety Co

Bankers Ai Shippers

Continental

Mutual

——5
Inc—1

Financial Industrial Fund

6.36

14.30

General

(Wash D C)

Mercury

Life

28'%

6%

Bid

15%

Natl Life Ins

Liberty

32 Mi

Mtge

Lawyers

191

8.72
11.59

42.41

9.43

—10
20c

—

Fidelity Fund Inc—

•'

American

Inc—1

17.95

1

Equity Fund Inc—

1

11.78

National Investors Corp

Energy Fund Inc

i

American Re-insurance

Stk Fund Inc—1

2.65

1
Electronics Investment Corp—1

Automobile

Amer

11.05

10.71

15.83

Stock Fund

Genera!

16.20

Income

Inc——..—1

105%

Par

26%

Co 5

Assurance

11.18

7.98

Mutual

Howard-—

102

104%

Corp (Va)_5
Title Co__65c

Ins

Title

Lawyers

67%

64%

(Newark N J)__2%

10.79

6.72

25c

100

Companies

140

183

1

Flat

Home

10.12

Sayles Mutual Fund—•

Insurance

Loomis

(Jacksonville
American

Amer Ins Co

14.84

8.79

Fund—1

Balanced Fund

i

Life

10
10

Agricultural Insurance Co
10
American Equitable Assur
5
American Fidelity & Casualty_5
$1.25 conv preferred
5
Amer Heritage Life Ins—

10.24

15.63

Lite Insurance Investors

10.90

8.21

8.99

9.98

70

9.91

9.98

8.23

9.13

14.09

65'/a

Diversified Trustee Shares—
Series E———
2.50

Gas

17.07

9.14

6.13

13.95

1

"vegh Mutual Fund Inc
1
Delaware Fund—
——1
Delaware Income Fund Inc_—1
Diver Growth Stk Fund Inc__1

Iuc_

24.23

15.65

5.37

6.53

5.97

De

Preferred stock

26.73

22.21

8.02

Western Investment Inc
Dividend Income Fund
1

Futures

25.61

11.79

14.95

17%

al9.94

4.90

15.47

16%

29.50

shares^
_lc
Petroleum shares—
lc
Special Investment shares—lc
Transport shares
—_—lc
Manhattan Bond Fund Inc—10c
Massachusetts Investors Trust
shares of benelicial int_33tyBC
Mass Investors Growth Stock
Fund Inc.
——33 VaC
Massachusetts Life Fund—
Units of beneficial interest—

Consolidated Investment Trust-1

86

_1976

5s

Ask

Bid

134

10

Surety
Co

&

Insurance

Aetna

5.80

Fund

Casualty

Aetna

Aetna Life

10.79

18.49

14.23

Crown

Match

82

Westcoast Trans S'/aS—___. 1988

Insurance

10.28

,—-1
Fund.—1

12.97

17.01

Composite Fund Inc..-———-1
-Concord Fund Inc———.——1

93

Par

30.09

Lexington

9.35

11.93

9.15

Trust Fund
25c
Lexington Venture Fund———1

Knickerbocker

8.83

8.12

10.39

9.41

1
Johnston iThet Mutual Fund—1
Keystone Custodian Funds—
B-l
(Investment Bonds)
1
B-2 (Medium Grade Bonds)_1
B-3 (Low Priced Bonds)
1
B-4 (Discount Bonds»——1
K-l (Income Pfa Stocksi——1
K-2 -Speculative Pfd Stks)—1
S-l (High-Grade Com Stki—1
S-2 (Income Com Stocks)—1
S-3 (Speculative Com Stk)—1
S-4 «Low Priced Com Stksi_l
Keystone Fund of Canada Ltd„l

17.40

16.09

—1
Commonwealth Investment.
.1
Commonwealth Stock Fund
1
Composite Bond & Stock
Fund Inc—.—.—__h.—
1

.Florida

Co

1st el Fund Inc

11,700 12,000
8.99
9.76

Fund Inc—---!

Dreyfus Fund

7.65

9.49

Insur

Knickebocker Growth

Income

Shares!.

18.19

7.00

50c

Investment

13.10

16.81

Christiana Securities Co—__K>0
Colonial Fund Inc—
—1

Diversified

7.75

12.12

1

Yeg'q Investing Co Inc

12,80

7.09

Ltd.—————1
Canadian Fund Inc
1
Canadian International Growth
Fund Ltd
—-—1

Commonwealth

23.56

11.67

—1

Century Shares Trust
Chemical Fund Inc_

16.56

21.79

General Fund—

Ask
102 %

-1970

4J/2S

3.93

5.53

Intl Resources

3.60

3.55

<1954.'

\

6.41

Fund—lc
Fund Inc
lc

11.97

4.93

Institutional

22.57

California Fund Inc

*

5.85

7.41

America—-*
1
Broad Street Investment--—-1
Bullock Fund Ltd—v.—_~_1

,

Institutional Income Fund—lc

Bid

4'/8S__..1983

Improv

10.20

1.52

Universal

150

91

Gas

Industries

S

11.34

9.33

5.09

Inv Tr of

Eaton &

10.37

8.30

Bank Fund*—lc
Fund
—lc
Institutional Growth Fuud_lc

4.51

Boston Fund Inc

•Dividend

Inst Foundation

--1

Ltd

Blue Ridge

De

6.64

7.59

Fund Inc_l
Axe-Science & Elect'nic-s Corp_lc
Axe-Templeton Growth Fund

Canada

Institutional

6.14

Ase-Houghton Stock

Bond

1.69

4.32

148

1971

5%s_

Corp

Underwood

Ltd —

Shares

Institutional

1.54
4.04

Fund—.
■—25c
Inc
—1.25
American Business Snares
1
American Mutual Fund Inc—1
Associated Fund Trust
Atomic Devel Mut Fund Inc-_1
Axe-Houghton Fund "A" Inc—1
Axe-Houghton Fund "B" Inc—5
Aberdeen

Affiliated Fund

Canada

Textron

U

%

71

1017a

Bonds—(Cont.)
United

102%

70 "4

Ask

Bid

Far

Funds—

Mataat

Ask

Bid

Ma

101

Transmission 5s_1978
Amer 5s
1971

Gas

Term

Ask

Bid

Bonds—(Cont.)

99.843

:

Volume

187

Number

5745

.

.

The Commercial and

.

Financial Chronicle

(2375)

THE COURSE OF BANK CLEARINGS
Bank

clearings this week will show

liminary figures compiled by
of the

us

an

Third

ended

a

Pre¬

year ago.

Saturday, May 24, clearings for all

cities of the United States for which it is
possible to obtain weekly clearings will be
0.9% above those of the corresponding week last
year.
Our preliminary totals stand
at $22,155,981,325
against $21,952,281,770 for the same week in 1957. At this center
there is a gain for the week
ending Friday of 3.0%. Our comparative summary for
the week follows:

1,129,190.849

Philadelphia

Scranton

Delaware—Wilmington

Cleveland

403.524,207

+

694,228,912

—

490,658.110

—12.1

cities,

$16,549,633,474

+

0.7

4.502,206,915

+

1.0

Complete
in

$21,206,830,481 $21,051,840,389

ends

and

;

+

by the foregoing will

them today, inasmuch

as

cases

we

the week

I
—

1,590,017.482

—14.4

1,627,628,145

5,418,492
26,213,358
206,961.877

15,309,813
14,224,751

9.4

—

f
'

1,399,605,095

4.309,774

—18.5
—

10,282,675

807,618,363

3.4

—

0.9

—

7.2

'

190,511,507

9,287,125
388,606,104
142,989,674

1.5

+

21,405,00®

199.443,291

1.0

—

4,125.304

22,347,053

0.5

+

407,453,388
151,188,573

800,626,483

Cities)—

6,588,039
347,596,299

135,515,639

" 705,741,775

766,983,021

District—Atlanta27,007,723
137,928,487

Georgia—Atlanta

has to be estimated.

6.512,186

Macon

present further below,

29,114,101

137,857,488
422,800,000

438.000,000

Augusta

Alabama—Birmingham

„

Mobile

708,515
205,504,078

1,316,262,361

(10 cities)

—14.9

1.0

+

...

0.8

1.3

—

5,975,209 i
213,335,863 '
195,005,159
14,030,854

1,233,475,551

3.5

+
—

6,824,499 ',

6,964,356

1.6

—23.7
—

30,657,079 %
123,660,18a
401,100,009

238,217,470
194,735,129
15,304,658
608,008
201,949,818

—10.2

1,337,731,503

Louisiana—New Orleans

32,038,156
124,607,048
411,700,000
7,350.908

0.1
3.6

—

19,547,592
684,594
208,314,941

Mississippi—Vicksburg

Total

+
+

7,654,597
7,487,223
268,690,302
235.630,665

7,559,817
266,629,984
211.501,765
14,909,806

center

showing

increase of 13.7%.

an

Seventh Federal Reserve

We

Michigan—Ann

i,239

),7S7 ::

1.189,806,169

District—Chicago-

Arbor

3,143,255
21,615,214

Grand

Rapids
Lansing
Indiana—Fort Wayne

Indianapolis

.

'

.

a

••

<

•

.

7.2

+

0.6

13,118,188
92,162,000

10,801,831

11,148,032

4.0

4,194,873

7.3

212,651,663

+ 15.4

11,186,767

4,350,977,

3,713,240"
185,177,602
6,164,999

—

50,293,928

6.0

15,985,336

+ 15.8

1,842,287

—15.4

"1,223,586,651

1,296,697,838

1,830",157
1.248,288,036

7,204,259

7,400,070

15,841,496

10,560.823

19,316,744
11,626.213

6,44.1,185

6,539,385

1,658,289,197

Decatur

1,743,726,494

Peoria

Rockford

—

—

(17 cities)

.

81,458,000

14,217.413

1,557,682

11,203/156
>

8,922,800
51,113.896

18,504,860

—

Chicago

3,012,150

—10/J

95,276,000

53,324.522

City

Total
■

11,698,114

+

165,100,173
7,381,550

Illinois—Bloomington

■"'

,

18,829,12a

11,618,831

153,028;350
8,518,818

—

Iowa—Cedar Rapids
Des Moines

"

•

22,170,529

+

14,059,409

4,175,945

—

Wisconsin—Milwaukee

summary by Federal Reserve Districts:

'

•

3,361,027

0.5

—

'

—

Haute-.

Sioux

6.5

—16.1

11,805,480

95,812,000
9,970,264

—

South Bend
Terre

3,363,354
21,500,883

9,902,050
15,071,823

•

Springfield
•

534,789,091

156,383,063

Nashville.

4.0%, the aggregate clearings for

In the following we furnish

•

—17.8

60,572.700
"

4,908,500
21,364,915

Columbia—Washington—

Sixth Federal

group the cities according to the
Federal Reserve Districts in which
they are located and from this we note that in
the New York Reserve District the totals
register a gain of 13.0%, but in the Boston
Reserve District the totals record a loss of
7.57c and in the Philadelphia Reserve Dis¬
trict of 5.8%. In the Cleveland
Reserve District the totals are smaller
by, 14.4%, in
the Richmond Reserve District
by 0.9% and in the Atlanta Reserve District by 1.6%.
The Chicago Reserve District shows a
decline of 4.9% and the St. Louis Reserve Dis¬
trict of 2.7%, but the
Minneapolis Reserve District has to its credit an improvement
of 1.7%. In the Kansas
City Reserve District there is an increase of
3.5%, but in the
Dallas Reserve District there is a decrease of 3
4% and in the San Francisco Reserve
District of 4.4%.

•

514,779,345

0.8

4.6%, the bank clearings

at this

j

+ 13.2

206,006,190
10,491,090
401,472,725

Tennessee—Knoxvllle

the whole country
having amounted to $23,816,021,248 against $22,890,168,934 in the
same week in 1957.
Outside of this city there was a loss of

.

—12.5

15,459.115

*

'

Florida—Jacksonville

May 17.

!,

\
<

11,400.584
298,309,567
566,230,969
54,898,100
12,935,08(1
11,983,844
443,832,040

appear

not available at time of going to
press.

statement, however, which

—

11.934,830

17,496,859

1,360.411,480

0.9

District of

able to give final and
complete results of the previous week—the week ended
For that week there was an increase of

we are

8.3

66,203,200

10,445.590

423.392.004

Carolina—Charleston
Maryland—Baltimore

0.7

above the last day of the week in all

In the elaborate detailed

—17.1

*

Virginia—Huntington

Total (6

are

+
—

659,139,738

—

(7 cities).:

4.4

exact details for the week covered

Accordingly, in the
;

+
+

$22,155,981,325 $21,952,281,770

Saturday and the Saturday figures

13.293.531

309,207,723

63,673,900

Richmond

900.441.3S1

949,150.844

issue of next week.; We cannot furnish

our

13 42ft sun

Virginia—Norfolk

'

Total all cities for week

11,870,849
329,148,738
661,712,203

1,302,450,632

Fifth Federal Reserve
District—Richmond—

4.1

—

West

day

one

11,905,887

1,527,418,418

1.0

8,409,681
15,385,303

—10.6

378,697,672

4,545,754.220

Total all cities, five days

5.8

546,312.403

South

All

4,228,53"%
7,483.717
3,727,407

8.965,561
15,880,307
19,082,105

1.6

+

—20.3

283,'662,164

Youngstown

Total

609,671,840

five days

'

.

Mansfield

7.1

$16,661,076,261

cities, five days

8.4

1,213,970,416

Pennsylvania—Pittsburgh

0.9

544,795.489

Other cities,

7,945.652
4,108,209

18,019,344

1,143,324,568

cities)—

4.4
3.3

1,769,84®
5,572,120

1,241,000,000

5,030,455

+

—

22,084,674

Columbus

2.5

+

363.295,776

Baltimore

(11

5.6

+

8,275.197

17.604,677

Cleveland

+ 11.1

367,100.000

431,389,357

«

708,751,851

644,939.000

Pittsburgh

Jersey—Trenton

...

1,372,76a

—32.1

3.879,967

7,573,194
18,310.355

1.807,854
1,921,151
4.680,154
1,456,000,000

4.7

—

7,969,645

*4.000.000

—

York

$

1,590.30a

6.7

—

5,779.851

tflt&O

Wilkes-Barre

New

004 k->n

1955

$

1.996,970

1.9

—

4.774.587

1,137.000,000

•,

1956

4.9

+
—

2,153,200

4.456.503

Ohio—Canton
Cincinnati—

9.0

370,400,000

Francisco

Ten

—

448,390,832

Louis

San

1,100,000,000

3.0
1.0

726,737,015

Kansas City

2,190,915

1,073.000.000
r

or

Dec. </<>■

1,843.036

2.051,296

oSfw'

Philadelphia
Reading

Inc.

s

933,271

Fourth Federal Reserve
District—Cleveland—
+

'.+

1,118,424,03G

1,001.000.000

_

Boston

St.

1957

$11,000,937,943 $10,678,576,846

Chicago

i

2J 48/905

Bethlehem
Chester

Total

1958 I

York

Week Ended May 17

1957

$

Pennsylvania—Altoona

CLEARINGS—'RETURNS BY TELEGRAPH
Week Ended May 24—

District—Philadelphia—

:

,

New

Reserve

1958

increase compared with

based upon telegraphic advices from the chief cities

country, indicate that for the week

Federal

47

—

+

—

—

5.6

—

9.2

'

15,440,053
1,741,447 ;

-6,255,767
17,601.902

—18.0

—

40,965,610"»
*

2.6

,

1,127,074,190
5,966,725
15,319,830
9,04 7,150

*

10,146,464
6,023,334

1.5

<*

'

5,422,065?'

4.9

1,734.484,711

1,553,382,405

—

4.4

+

2.3

398,800,000
208,445,139

204,192,878

—

4.7

141,446,355

130,263,293

7.9

2,719,620

2,87-1,950

2.7

751,411,114

721,531,123

—16.9

—

SUMMARY OF BANK CLEARINGS

;

.

' ''

.

:

;

'

•

1958

■

Week Ended May 17—

1st Boston
2nd

$
-12

cities

-

Bth Richmond

Missouri—St. Louis

367,300,000

879,949,578

Kentucky—Louisville

384,200,000

837,782,599
10,842,586.342

5.8

1,527,418.418

1,302.450,632

Tennessee—Memphis
Illinois—Quiucy

199,716,771
134,812,606
2,886,230

195,186,474

11,447,208,775

—14.4

1,590,017,482

#•

.800,626,483

..10

-17

8th St. Louis

1,627,628,145

1,399,605,095

704,715,607

723,989,743

9th Minneapolis

_

—

11th Dallas

add

our

0.9

766,983.021

1,658,289,197

1.6

1,233,475,551

1,189,806.166

4.9

1,734,484,711

7

723,989,743

751,411,114

721,531,128
572,30G,310

—

660,567,725

649,554,047

+

1.7

618,854,368

677,952,521

655,286,471

+

3.5

641,392,693

<1

658,640,019

«

565,248,683

584,923,G57

1,294,535,216

1,353,863,427

23,816,021,248

22,890,168,934

.

—

11,537,174,372

+

12,088,821,379

Paul

South

Dakota—Aberdeen.

570.932.083

1,264,743,975

Helena

21,619,508,609

Total

Montana—Billings

4.0

23,125,120,217
12,137,312,771

3,238,492

1955

Dec. %

8,053,420

752,250,077

.

+15.0

2,697.890

2.357,326

—10.4

7,961,920

5,925,742

6.3

726,278,567

695,338,562

—

3,014,960

3,624,716

—16.8

3,837,420

—27.8

1,666,005

3,765,321

4,153,961

16,234,976

—

—

9.4

4,132,144

4,037,192

7.1

16,523,304

14,153,061

Hampshire—Manchester

—11.2

11,885,584

10,230,263

53.447,664

—22.0

45,303,619

39,119,494

25,379,G95

Rhode Island—Providence

14,007,02.9

41,668,963

Haven

28,191,311

—10.0

24,036,680

21,228,177

35,355,400

37,426,900

5.5

32,692,300

37,847,800

2,934,145

856,111,850

105,906,478

Blnghamton

(a)

Buffalo

143,654,719

Elmira

3,304,835
925,530,432

—10.7
—

7.5

+ 69.8

(a)-

3,436,737

,3,551,618

12,278,846,876

Rochester

879,949,578

Connecticut—Stamford

10,^01,347,355

26,335,033
(a)

23,871,546
3,621,025

6.4

157,498,016

141,905,568

+

0.1

3,102,564

2,777,246

—

1.9

3,271.749

2,857,132

—

(9

cities)




+

5.7

13,013,610

+

1.7

618,854,368

572,300,31®

1,013,46®
877,i4ti
9,772,901
164,463,614
0,534,975

City-

1,323,406
"
913,668

1,01G 015

+10.6

926,194

1,235, 660
11,297 493

—26.1

12,416,284

•

916,673
9,555,875
154,658,608

•

+

9.9

Total

+

7.2

11,423,249
26,584,769

415,778 ,431

+

6.7

418,433.038

14,119 497

+

6,006, 952

677,952,521

(9 cities)

—25.6

7,206,513

,

4.4

10,624 482

28,321 679

15,033,067

Joseph

Colorado—Colorado Springs

166,886 262

443,433,293

City

655,286,471

'

'

24,768,911
431,162,127

6.5

12,438,672

+ 20.0

6,455,615

11,620,621
5.421,260

3.5

641,392,693

658.640,019

+

Eleventh Federal Reserve District—Dallas—
Texas—Austin

Dallas

13,363,955
480,524,286

499,447,870

42,518,403

——.

-

Worth

Port

—

Wichita Falls

44,577,115

11,991,868

+ 13.7

10.987,807,446

10,423,917,440

43,660,587

+

4.4

42,336,594

36,663,424

+

5.6

26,936,218

20,908,727

28,350,619

8,868,000
6,875,945

14,458,G95

13,162,859

565,248,683

.

(6 cities)

Yakima

—

584,923,657

+ 11.4

12,367,721

11,288,007

3.8

473,994,608

4.6

40,445,614
8,543,000

492,158,698
38,086,737
7,080,000

—

—

—17.2
+

2.4

+

9.8

—

7,759,909
17,405,629

3.4

79,397,579

75,234,921

"32,000,000

78,970,745

90,529,147

94,731,971

12,777,945,557

11,303,906,899

—

6,221,0Rt

.

16,097,59®

560,516,481

570,932,083

Lake

31,020,951
21,878,709
711,105,535

-

28,267,831

25,940,672

9,234,911
_

4.4

92,172,957

13,755,619

11,447,208,775

10.842,586,342

(10 cities)
(109

1.6

211,694,719

+

9.7

5,489,450
221,002,061

—

—

+
—

—

0.8

5.3

0.1
2.8
7.3

.

;

5,743,88®

195,729,2421
101,886,134

31,568,01®

18,434,654

>

704,347,507

9.0

8,835,377

+

4.5

6,889,015

13,207,648

+

4.1

13,196,526

1,353,863,427

23.816,021,248

22,890,168,934

11,537,174,372

12.088,821,379

—

+

-

212,393,707

99,794,057
29,563,500

+

1,294,535,216
cities).

—

*

25,385,873

16,504,234

659*993,135
22,386,994
6,631.021

,

11,887,606

4.4

1,335,797,362

1,264,743.973

4.0

23,125,120,217

21,619,508.609

4.6

12,137,312,771

11,195,591,169

84,488,691

+ 13.0

Stockton

total

98,965,195

21,270,348

Barbara

Total

214,646,776

31,038,452
—

Jose

Grand

6,059,945

212,904,892

659.164,946

Pasadena

Santa

.

222,202,619

6,649,009
—-

City

California—Long Beach

San

218,548,382

-

93,700,826

,

Oregon—Por tland
Utah—Salt

26,340,622

3.8

75.940,910

7,340,000

7,043,344

Louisiana—Shreveport

San Francisco

30,394,547

(a)
_

Northern New Jersey

12,681,949

649,554,047

837,782,599

45,581,439

New Jersey—Newark

St.

8,376,583
4,315,393
6,389,100
17,310,950

7,906,340

Galveston

30,562,657

Syracuse

Total

62,369.593

153,443,746

3,484,032

New York

0.3

Twelfth Federal Reserve District—San Francisco—

3,439,239

Jamestown

—

30,349,058

Washington—Seattle

York—Albany

—12.2

2,520.412

2,952,791

—

Second Federal Reserve District--New York—
New

-

—

Total

(12 cities)

6,631,371

8,575,622;

9,439,327
4,663,544.
.6,434,020

1,319,846

12,432,089

Connecticut—Hartford

5.0

3,704,724

2,020,553

15,073,160

Springfield
Worcester

148,173,950

+

159,570,892

u

Omaha

Kansas—Topeka

1,453,777

.

Lowell
New Bedford

Total

2,814,990

7,218,918

379,164,691 %.

157,375,687

10,032,004
5,134,262

Tenth Federal Reserve District—Kansas

Wichita

704,577,284

Portland

New

$

10,408,809
417,519,371

1.6

13,406,069

Lincoln
1956

2.2

+

660,567,725

(7 cities).

Missouri—Kansas

Massachusetts—Boston

New

$

Week Ended May 17
Inc. or

+

161,649,416

4,506,274

Nebraska—Fremont

First Federal Reserve District-Boston-

—

11,195,591,169

figures for each city for the

1957

10,248,457
443,177,497
-

6,609,269

.

Hastings

Maine—Bangor

8,514,339
452,836,474
164,165,901
10,529,399

-

Dakota—Fargo

560,516,481

years:

1958

River

—

384,200,000

District—Minneapolis—

Minneapolis
St.

North

1,335,797,362

—4.6

detailed statement showing the

May 17 for four

Ninth Federal Reserve

3.4

*

—

(4 cities)

Minnesota—Duluth

4.4

—

<1

cities

Total

1,553,382,485

2.7

—

1,743,726,494

704,715,607

Clearings at—

Fall

141,467,967
3,135,302

705,741,775

—

—

11

Outside New York City.

now

807,618,363
1,337,781.503

It

9

108

.

-

1,316,262,361

—10

Total

—

«

6

-

Francisco

..

M

4

10th Kansas City

$

7.5

—

«•

6

-

7th Chicago

We

$

Eighth Federal Reserve District—St. Louis—

1955

<i

7

6th Atlanta

•

1956

+ 13.0

1,213,970,416

1,360,411,480

or

Dec. CU

925,530,432

11,303,906,89.9

1,143.324,568

-11

4th Cleveland

week ended

$

856,141,850

12,777,945,557

3rd Philadelphia

12th San

Inc.

<«

York

New

1957

—

Outside New York City

"Estimated,

(a) Clearings operations discontinued.

• V

w

/

5%%

countries of the world.
FOREIGN

We give below

EXCHANGE RATES

CERTIFIED

BY

MAY

16,

TO MAY 22,

1958

Co.—

Noon Buying Rate

for

May 19

May 16

*

1

*

May 20

.0555555*

Australia, pound
Austria,
schilling
Belgium, franc
Canada, dollar »
Ceylon, rupee
Finland, markka
France

.0555555*

.0555555*

.0233519

.0234616

.0385356*

.0385356*

.0385356*

.0200500

.0200500

ENTIRE

1.034583

1.035156
2100Q8

American Brake

Dominion Tar & Chemical

Co.

,210948

.210923

.00311807*

.00311807*

.00311807*

.00311807*

5%

s.

.00285795*

.00285795*

.00285795*

.00285795*

5%

debentures

f. debs,

.00237562

.00237562

.00237562

.00237562

238540

.238700

.238700

.238700

.238700

.210987

.210987

.2l09o2

2.817187

2.817500

2.817500

2.816875

.00277912*

.00277912*

2217

f. debs, due 1969 __Jun

s.

2

*

2
1959-1963— „Jun
—May 29

due June 1,

series

.328375

.328375

.264000

;

'

.263600
.140080*

1st mortgage

bonds, series B,

Jersey Bell Telephone Co.—
47/a%> debentures, due Sept. 1,

2.788985

.140080*

1

1896

1

1896

—Jun

18

._Jun

5

2228

.-May 29

1987

due

1317

New

.263600

2.789603

.140080*

.140080*

.0800560*

.0800560*

.0800560*

.263800

2.789294

2.789603

.264000

2.788675

5%%

2001

—July

—Sep

—

first mortgage bonds, due 1965-—
Merrimack-Essex Electric Co.—

.328373

.0800560*

.0800560*

Mexico, peso

Getty Oil Co., cumulative preferred stock
Publications, Inc., debentures
& Bloedel, Ltd.—

.00277912*

.228375

.328235

—

1953

5%

4%

.00277912*

1.00277912*
Malaysia, 'Malayan dollar
guilder
poundNorway, krone
Philippine Islands, peso
Portugal, escudo
Spain,, peseta
Sweden, krona
Switzerland, franc
Union of South Africa, pound
United Kingdom, pound sterling..:

,

due 1967 and

Pag*

30

MacMillan

2.816562

New' Zealand,

♦

Jun

stock

Macfadden

.211012

mark

Netherlands,

2646

CALLED

ISSUES

cumul. pfd.
Ltd.—

4%

.210923

.00237562

—

Deutsche

1
1

Date

Shoe Co.,

.00285795*

(official).

1971

Company and Issue—

.210970

Franc .(Free)

debentures due June 1,

.210873

franc

1790

Jun

Co., 23s %

.00311807*

India, rupee
Ireland, pound

*

1.033906

%

bonds, due J.S60_r

f.

s.

Jun

.0200500

1.033593

1.032781

2007

-

mtge. 4'A %

.0385356*

.0200500

•

1

May 31

bonds

fund

Corp.—

(closed)

2.244521

2.245019

2.245019

2.244770

.0385356*

sinking

2003

Texas

.0238176

-.0200500

Coast

1

Steinberg's Properties, Ltd.—
1st mortgage 6% series B bonds due 1982

.0555555*

.0235333

2.244272

(Metropolitan),

Germany,

.0555555*

.0235431

mortgage 6%%

1st

$

$

$

$

«J>

Argentina, peso—

1st
South

May 22

*

Jun

1966

1

Jun

15-year sinking fund debs., series due
Shinyetsu Electric Power Co., Ltd.—

Thursday

Wednesday
May 21

Tuesday

*

1

1st mtge. serial bds. dated Dec. 1, '49 due Dec. 1, '58_Jun
Midlothian Country Club—
Gen. & ref. mtge. 15-year 4%% s. f. bonds due 1965—Jun
National Container Corp.—

(Value In United States Money)

Cable Transfers In New York

Monday

Friday

*

.

-

bonds due Aug. 1, 1987
Salle Institute (Glencoe, Mo.)—

43a%

Country and .Monetary Unit

27

Jun

-

INCLUSIVE

1958,

1971

due

—Jun

La

ACT OF 1930

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK TO TREASURY UNDER TARIFF

„

debentures

1st 5%%

record for the week just passed.

a

•

convertible

secured

Southern Utilities

Iowa

the Federal Reserve Bank
daily to the Secretary of "the Treasury the buying rate for cable transfers on the different

Pursuant to the requirement of Section 522 of the Tariff Act of 1930,
certifies

Oil Co., Ltd.—

Home

Page

Date

Company and Issue—

Foreign Exchange Rates

Prentice-Hall,

.140080*

5%

Inc.,

1993
preferred

cumul.

stock

Puget Sound Power & Light Co.—

.496950*

.496950*

.496950*

.496950*

—Jun

5

2229

.0349000*

.0349000*

.0349000*

.0349000*

.0349000*

United Order of True Sisters, Inc., building bonds— „Jun

2

2160

.0238095*

,0238095*

.0238095*.

.0238095*

.0238095*

Woods

—Jun 23
preferred stock
1
Manufacturing Co., 5% cumul. pfd. stock- -Jun

2048

.496950*
—

.193283*

.193283*

.193283*

.193283*

.193283*

1st

.233350

.233350

.233350

.233350

2.806662

2.806973

2.806973

2.817187

2.817500

2.817500

2.816875

Manufacturing Co., Ltd.—
2273

non-cumulative class B

2.806351

2.816562

4%

.233350

2.806039

mortgage 6 +4 % bonds, due July 1, 1987—.

Worumbo

in this issue.

•Announcement

♦•Nominal.

(In thousands of dollars)
Increase ( + ) or
Decrease ( —) Since

May 14,

ASSETS—

May 22,

1958

1957

1958

Gold certificate account

20,323,393

119,998

Redemption fund for F. R. notes

Discounts

and

'.Xnditttri&l

833,605

2,426

21,156,898
378,842
365,138

122,424

85,806

29,844

483

Total gold certificate reserves
F. R. notes of other Banks
Other cash

39,759

28

loans

advances

-

11,177

21

<

^Acceptances—bought * outright—

5,304
1

—

477,177

—

10,701
8,298

+
+

ber banks follows:

May 14,

£*

Notes

Bonds

2,789,257

1,047,760
8,583,906

Loans

and

—8,571,413

6,550

+
+

1,207,860
19,946,105

Certificates

Loans

adjustedt

bought-outright
Heldtunder repurchase ugree't
Total U,

Govt, securities

23,943,222

6,550

adjustedt

91,785
52,395

Commercial and industrial loans

12,493

—

Agricultural
fTotal

23,943,222

6,550

+1,047,760

carrying securities
Other loans for purchasing or carry¬
ing securities

loans -and

securities

-Uncollected
Sank

.

♦

cash

—

23,287

15

Items

5,001,236

premises

Other

24,069,270

—

87,292

+

289,894

assets

7

+

3997267
112

+
+

111,183

—

S.

1,819

___

Treasury certificates of indebtedness
Treasury notes

assets

51,348,585

525,446

91,294

Other securities

1,225

Loans

LIABILITIES—

to

7,148

banks

...

26,436,591

63,213

122,820

+

Cash in vault

bank

reserves

18,133,022

-46,973

U. S.' -Treasurer-—genL acct

434,603

7,425

Foreigri

311,197

360,483
83,017

3,329

___

Other

385,971

Total deposits

-Deferred availability - oaeh items
Other, liabs. & accrued-divids.
Total liabilities
CAPITAL

19,264,793
4,226,300
20,668

49,948,352,

13,828

42,010
102,645

+

—

+

50,047
425,619
1,218

76,698
1,474

+

+

Demand

537,661

deposits adjusted

demand

Foreign banks
Borrowings:
Federal

From

2,819

—

1,914

$5

1,329

+

112

+

389

+

350,925
809;198
27,543

—

^Surplus (Section 13b)
Other capital accounts
liabs.

&

212,567

capital

accts.
Ratio
of
gold
certificate
re¬
serves
to dpposit and F. R.
-note* liabilities- combined

Contingent liability
.purchased

on

277

54,706

_

46.3%

18,894

+

+

—

ll", 851
525,446

0.1%

209

—t

27,519
3,574

correspondents
Industrial loan commitments..

—

9,436

+

20

+

Condition Statement of Member Banks
The condition statement of weekly
reporting member
Federal Reserve System in leading cities
shows the following principal changes for the week

+

233

—

+

May-14: -Decreases of $138 million in loans ad¬
justed, $163 -million in reserve balances with Federal
Reserve Banks,-.$209 million.in demand
deposits adjusted,
and $233 million in U. S. Government
deposits.

V Commercial and industrial loans decreased $36 million
Rt .all .reporting .member
banks; the principal

changes

were decreases of
$31 million in the Philadelphia .Dis¬
trict and $26 million in New York
City, and an increase
tof $18: million in the San
"Francisco District.

Changes

according to .industry appear in another

press

release.

+

17

Banks

56

Loans to brokers and dealers for,
purchasing or carrying

U.;S. Government and other
securities decreased $116
million.

Treasury

cer-

5-16

10c

6-

9

5-19

6-

9

9-

$1.25

(quar.)
(quar.)—

5-19

8

8-19

12-15

11-25

6-10

5- 6

7-

6-15

$1.25

—

$1.25
62>/2c
$1.16

1

5-20

45c

6-15

$1.25

(quar.)

6-15

5-20

(quar.)

5-20

$4.40

(quar.)

$1:10

6-15

5-20

$4.20

$1.05

6-15

11

to

banks

and

are

after

shown

deduction

of

•

——_

Hackeni.ack Water Co. (quar.)

476

—

211

—

a

common

valuation

re¬

preferred

preferred

4(4%

preferred

A

Class

5%

preferred

Hanna

(M. A.)

Class B

16
*

Consolidated

mtge. 3%-6% bonds, ser. A due 2039—Jun 13
Pittsburgh, Youngstown & Ashtabula Ry.—
1st general mortgage bonds
May 29
Public Service Coordinated Transport-—
1st & refunding mortgage bonds, 4%,
6% series, due 1990-

5%, 53i%

2114

'

<-

•

2119

2119

;

*

Date
conv.

mortgage bonds of 1951,
Western

Natural

Gas

Page

preferred stock——Jun
: ■ " *
;.:
u
.

5

-Jun

1

1537

Co.

1,

1961

p.

Ltd.—

Consolidated Edison

convertible

Co.

of New

debentures

Gas Service Co.. first

York.
due

Georgia Power & Light Co.—
1st mortgage 3% bonds, due

5-26

Chocolate

1

7-

1

6-10

35C

6-10

5-26

5-31

5-

preferred

(quar.)

—

Co.,

6-10
5-

4%

6-30

11c

6-

2000
1894

5-16

6-2

5-16

6-13

6-13

5-29

45c

6-

2

5-12

6-

;

2001

6-

5-10

1

6-16

-

6-

5-31

5c

5-16

5

6-13

5-29

6-20

5-20

91 %c

7-1

6-13

5c

6-16

6-

8-1

7-15

30c

6-

2

5-15

6-13

l5

5-23

6-30

6-20

20c

6-

1

5-15

6-1

5-15

87 %C

—

—

6-

1

5-15

+30c

6-

2

5-15

(quar.)
:

convertible preferred A (quar.)

(quar.)

._

5

9-15

9-

5

12-15

.

12-

5

2

5-15

6- 2

5-15

6-

30c

$1.18%

6-

6-15

45c

common;

(Charles E.) Co. (quar.)
Mfg. Co. (quar.)

Hobart

7

5-23
5-23

$1.09%

Corp., common

(Edward) Lumber

6

6-10

60c

preferred (quar.)
1st preferred (quar.)

'5%%

5-29

7-

7-21

4894C

45c

Hines

9

6-10

2

50c

(quar.)

Ltd. (s-a)

Light

6-30

5-31

35c

—

preferred (quar.)

-5%
4

9

4%

35c

(quar.)

3%%

HotsFs

6-10

7-

12 %c

—

4%%

2

May 28

6-14

62 %c

Hershey Creamery Co. (quar.)_
Heyden Newport Chemical, common

Hilton

Jun

-

—

preferred (quar.)—
6% preferred (quar.)—

Hires

1975-

25c

$1.06%

45c

Inc.—
-

5-29

10c

—

7%

Electric

6-13

25c

preferred (quar.)
common (quar.)—

Co.,

Hi-Tower Drilling,

$1

$1.50

1999

bonds, due 1971—Jun

1972—;

mortgage 3%%

(quar.)

Co.

3.65%
Hercules Galion Products,

Hilo

5%% 1st mtge. sink, fund bonds, series B, due 1982 -May 31
Catholic Diocese of Belleville, Inc. (111.)—
-Direct obligation serial notes dated- May
-May 15
15, 1951—.
Conlon-Modre Corp., 1st mortgage s.
-Jun
1

com.

(quar.)
Electric Light—

J.)

5

5-29

50c

Refractories,

Chemical

(H.

9

8-

6-13

50c

—

Hazeltine Corp. (quar.)—;
Hecla Mining Co. (quar.)
Heinz

5-

8-15

.

$1.25

(quar.)
Co., class A

4%%

_

due Dec.

(payable in class A stk.)
(quar.)

3.90%
preferred (quar.)
Hastings Mfg. Co. (quar.)
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. Ltd.—
-5% preferred A (quar.)

Hershey

PARTIAL REDEMPTIONS

Company and Issue—
Air Reduction Co. Inc., 4%%
Book Tower Garage, Inc.—

.

6-5

2

6-

$22y2C

15c

(payable in class A stk.)

.

*

'

and

May 28

-

5-12

6-20

'

preferred (quar.)
Harbor Plywood Corp. (quar.)—.—.—

.

5-16

60c

15c

——

6%

-

6-12

2

$1.12%

——

—

(quar.)

__—

Harbison-Walker

Hartford

Jun

—

i-—

(quar.)

(quar.)
Stock dividend

NOTICE OF TENDER

Page

(reduced)

B

Harshaw
Date

common

1

6- 2

7-

15c

Handy & Harman, common

ing tenders, and the page number gives the location in
the current volume (except where otherwise indicated)
in which the details were given in the "Chronicle."

,

1

"

—

(quar.)

Hammond Organ Co.
Hancock Oil Co—

redemption,

—

5-15

6-

I $1.25

—

(quar.)

preferred (quar.)—

4% %

Class

Bearings, Inc., common stock
Philadelphia Transportation Co.—

1

J3c

1:25c

(quar.)—

(interim)

(quar.)
Hamilton Watch Co., common (reduced)

Company and Issue—

5-

6-

50c

;

Halliburton Oil Well Cementing Co. (quar.)Hamilton Cotton Co. Ltd., common

5%

for

2

25c

Brass, Ltd., common

Hallnor Mines Ltd.

gross.

called

5-20

6-

J30C

——

Hajoca Corp.

266

—

list of corporate bonds, notes,

stock

.

920

+

~

loans

preferred

preferred (quar.)
Gypsum, Lime & Alabastine of Canada. Ltd.

called under sinking fund provisions.
The date indicates the redemption or last date for mak-

4Vz%

2

351

f. bonds, series A_

Vf
.Treasury .bills decreased $59 million in
the *San
.Francisco-District and a total of $76 million at
all reporting member
banks. Holdings of

5-29

6-

4,243

—

19

648

preferred and
including those

2nd

5-29

6-16

30C

6-15

Hahn
Reserve

individual loan items

Canadian

! 6-20

12 '/2C

(quar.)_

$1.11

+1,067

530

1,568

banks of the

?ended*

15c

(quar.)
(Del.) com.

5*20

Notices

817

5-15
5-29

6-15

—

75

+

11,479

Below will be found

64,663

—

5-15

6-10

.<■

$1.12%

Redemption Calls and Sinking Fund

*




preferred

Stock dividend

125,719
1,017

*

12J/2C

—

Hammermill Paper Co.,

foreign

5-15

5-29
% 5-29

5-29

9C

(reduced)

Quarterly

•

0.8%

—

5-29

'

7c

Ohio RR.—

preferred

4%

91,294

5-15

(quar.)

10,080

+

—

9c

;

$5 preferred

61,605

+

—

serves;

5-15 ;
5-15 '

Gulf

deposits:

accept¬

for

51,348,585

364

+

of

5-29

12c

Shares

Gulf Power Co., 4.64% preferred (quar.)
States Utilities Co., com. (increased)

65

+

6c

$5 preferred (quar.)
Gulf Oil Corp.
(quar.)

533

—

85

5-15

preferred (quar.)

$5

+

ACCOUNTS—

Capital?paid in
■Surplus.(Section -7)

ances

+

+

163

.

5-29

Shares

Common

137

—

5-15

3c

.

Shares

Gulf Mobile &

395

+

others

tExclusive

Total

6%

65

17

5-29

convertible preferred

60c

74

+

9c

$4.50 preferred
$4.44 preferred

Domestic banks

181,873

—

—

994

Time deposits except U. S. Government
U, S. Government deposits

From
—

34

5-15

5-29

■

Shares.

Gulf Interstate Gas Co.

LIABILITIES—

382,865

—

952

+

2,789'

Interbank
—

+

—

12,855

-

Deposits:
'Member

76

—

1,360

Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks-

Federal;Reserve notes

5,290

+

8,879

;

13

+

—

20,319
Total

+

15

5-15

5-29

; +

—

Guardian Consumer Finance Corp.—
Class A common (quar.)

105

17
12

5-29

Utilities Shares

139

6-!5

■

6c

-

—

Shares—

Railroad Stock
Steel

■5-29 ~'it

<

5C

Shares

Petroleum Shares

590

+

6C
12c

Machinery Shares

Equipment

+

.

5-1$
5*15

Mining Shares

Railroad

+

8,774

30,511

5-29
5-29

r<C

Merchandising

48

5-15

7c
■

Shares

Industrial

5-15

5-1$

5-29

■5c

—

[Electronics & Electrical Equipment Shares
Food

5-29
5-29 " -

6c

-

—

739

+

8c
;

—

Shares

Tobacco

14

"

7c

-

Shares

Bond

+

10c

—

Shares

Building

Railroad

+

116

—

11,130

Government securities—total

Treasury bills

238,363
10,059

14,115

U.

5-15

Bond Fund-

Automobile Shares

—1,524

—

1,298

Other loans

484,012

+
—

5-15

5-29

General

Aviation

—

2,257

Real estate loans

Total

Daenrfom foreign ^ banks

5-29

Fund

Bond

5,880

—

36

—

470

+

138

—

Loans to brokers and dealers for pur¬

chasing or

188

—

29,623

loans

+1,047,760

5-15

7c

Institutional

INDUSTRY FUNDS

^

investments

5-15

5-29

The

%>■.

'

5-15

5-29

9c

Fully Administered Fund

The

Since

(In millions of dollars)

:'v„

ASSETS—

5-29

6c

The

1957

1958

13c

Stock Fund

Common

The Capital Growth Fund-

May 15,

May 7,

1958

Holderi

from net investment income

payments

Chemical

Decrease (—)

When

Payable of Rec.

GENERAL FUNDS
The

Increase ( + ) or

20,039

+

All

.

-

<

iJ7. tS...Government securities:
Bought outright—
Bills

;
t

583,536

—

Par
Share

Name of Company

Group Securities Inc.—

.

466,000

—

(Continued from page 14)

million and $74 million, respectively. Hold¬
ings of "other" securities decreased $65 million.
Demand deposits adjusted decreased $133 million in
New York City, $49 million in the Philadelphia District,
and $39 million in the Boston District, but they in¬
creased $32 million in the San Francisco District. Time
deposits increased $75 million. Demand deposits credited
to domestic banks increased $530 million.
Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks decreased
$19 million and borrowings from others decreased $211
million.
Loans to banks decreased $137 million.
A summary of assets and liabilities of reporting mem¬
increased $34

Federal Resetve Banks Combined

May 21,

DIVIDENDS

tificates of indebtedness and of U. S. Government bonds

Statement of Condition of the Twelve

-

$1.25

-16-2

5-15

34%C

6- 2

5-15

50C

7-10

6-21

15c

6-

2

5-15

30c

6-

2

5-15

Volume

187

Numb«r 5745

.

The Commercial and Financial Chronicle

.

.

(2377)
Par
"•

Name of Company

Share

-

Bollinger Consolidated Gold Mines, Ltd.—
Quarterly
.*
—

When

Payable of Rec.

$6c

——

6-27

$6c
Home

Oil

Co., Ltd., class A (S-a)
Home State i-.ife Insurance Co.
(Okla. >—
6ash dividend
Home,stake Mining Co. fquar.t
Hood

Ofl

ourp.

Chemical

Class B

4'i>%
Horn

class

A

(quar.)

com.

5-15

5-29

5-

6-12
6-12

$1.12*

6-

3

Class

6-20

6-

2

5-19

7-

2

6-

$12 Vac
35c

5

6-

Stock

dividend
dividend

Howard Stores

Corp., common
preferred (quar.)

4:'A %

Hubinger CO.

(quar.)

5-29

6-13

5-29

Jones

5-16

15c

6-

2

5-14

$1.06'A

6-

2

1

5-30

%%

7-

1

5-30

XI1/4%

7-

xl
^

xl i,4 %

(quar.)

6-15

6-

6-15

6-

KLM

5

5c

5

6-13

7%

6-20

6-10

6-20

6-10

11/2%

6-10

58-

11-

7

50c

(quar.)

Dutch

5-29

40c

371/aC

.

(quar.)

5-15

8-

1

7-18

6-11

93 %c

,

5-26

6-

6-

9

4Ys%

$75c

1

6-

6

$1.25

7-

1

6-

Lykes Bros.
Steamship
Lyon Metal Products

25c

6-13

6-

3

(

(quar.)

5-23

10%

6-

5-

$1.75
$1.75

(quar.)

6-16

5-23

1

22 VaC

5-31

5-15

5

5-23

2

8- 4
11-

1

9-23

I

10-23

$1.25

6-12

5-

25C

6-13

5-29

20c

6-27

6-17

$22 %c

1

8- 4

"7-15

7-15

6-16

30c

6-36

6-13

40c

6-16

35c

6-10

5-29

25c

6-10

5-26

15c

6-10

5-30

10c

5-30

5-15

$25c

(quar.)
(quar.)

-

*

•<

6-14

9

Lunkcnheinicr Co. (quar.)

G

7- 2
6-15

Ludlow Mfg. & Sales Co._.

7-

6-19

45c

preferred (quar.)__

621/2 c

$1.05645

Airlines—

5-16

$1.21

1

Lowney (Walter M.) Ltd. (quar.)__
Lucky Lager Brewing Co.
(quar.)

2

6-20

6-U

5-20

6-30

Ltd.—

Louisville Title
Mortgage (quar.)
Lowenstein (M.) & Sons
(quar.)
Lower St. Lawrence
Power Co.—

8

12-10

I

(quar.)_.

Corp.,

Hotel, 7% 2nd pfd.
preferred (quar.)—

Louisville & Nashville RR.

9

9-10

l'/a %

_

Investment

Baltimore
2nd

7-1

60c

(quar.)

dividend)

Lord

11/2%
_■

Kokenge Co

Royal

6-30

10c

<fc

&

5-30
5-20

ofRec.

5-31

$1

preferred (quar.>
Lockheed Aircraft Corp.

$3
preferred
(quar.)
Lone Star Gas, common
(quar.)
4.84% preferred (quar.)
Lone Star Steel (stock

1

6-10

Hotdere

Payable

2%c
2%c

8%

Canadian

When

Share

(monthly)

5-30

1

7-

10c

dividend)"

(stock

'

Fipe, common
Common
(monthly)

6-13

:

Per

Company

Joint

London

7-

$1J25

_

common

Name of

5-30

6-30

_

25c

_____________—

Julian

1

$1.25

5-14

(quar.)

of Rec.

50c

&

5%

'

Xl'/2%

common

Johnson (quar.)
Lamson Machine
(quar.)
& LaughJin Steel
Corp., com.
preferred A (quar.)—

Jones

6-10

7-

.

Co.,

preferred

Johnson

6-13

40c

——

Tea

3%%

2

5-20

1%

(quar.)

5-30

—

Jewel

1%

Houston Light & Power

2

B

Stock

dividend)——

7-

(quar.)

Jefferson Lake
Sulphur Co.

6-30

a

$1.25

$41'Ac
$$1.75

Lock
___

preferred A (quar.).
jarrell-Ash Co., class A

Y.)—

'(stock

Supply,

preferred

Holder*

Payable

$5

5-16

______

common

$5

5-16

20c

(quar.)—

6%

When

Share

(quar.)._
preference B (quar.)—
preference C (quar.)
preference D (quar.)
preference E (quar.)

Jamaica Water

2

20c
——

(N.

2

6-27

of Company

preference

5%

5-19

5-29

$1.06 Va

—

preferred

Shoppes,

6-

6-10

25 c!

—

<quar.)_—
Horner (Frank W.), Ltd., class A
(quar.)—;
Hoskins Mfg. Co. (quar.)
Hot

6-12

5c

.

Hardart Co.

4-15

40c

(quar.)

<quar.)
preferred

&

5 %

9-10

50c

(quar.»/

Electrochemical Co.,
$4.25 preferred (quar.)_.

Co.,

7%
7%

25c

Co.—

Hooker

Hoover

5-30
5-30

5%

—

Honolulu

Name

6-27

1

Per

Jamaica Public Service Ltd.—
Common
(inoreased quar.)

5-30

7-

$12 Vac

49

Holdera

G-

2

'

Hudson Bay

Mining & Smelting Co.,

5%

preferred

A

B

&

Huttig

Sash

Refining Co.

Erie

Door,

5%

preferred

5%

preferred

5-%

preferred

5-16

2

5-16
6-16

4.20%

preferred

7-15

6-16

4.35%

preferred

$40c

7-15
6-16

5-29

35c

6-10

5-21

12'/uc

5-29

5-15

12 Vac

5-29

(quar.)__-

5-15

r

12 Vac

5-29

$1,25
Corp.

5-15

(quar.)
(quar.)
(quar.)

4,35%

•

5-15

2

6-15

6-

2

5-23

6-30

6-10

5%

9-30

9-15

12-30

12-15

$25c

—

Breaker, common (quar.)_
4.60% preferred (quar.)
:__
Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd.
(final)—
Imperial Flo-Glaze Paints, Ltd.—

8-1

6-

57 VaC

Kawneer Company

2

investment

6-

5-31

6-

2

■'

-

2

;

1

7-

1

5-30

11-28

Kress

11-15

$2

G-13

International

6-

2

2

5-

7-

1

6-

6-

2

7-

1

7-

1

La

Consolidada,

5-26

La

Salle

7-15

6-13

6-

2

5-

5

6-

1

5-

7

tC5c

$35c

G-10

5-12

6-

5c

5-15

2

6-30

6-13

5-31

5-16

Lamston

6-

5-17

Lane Bryant.

1st

5%

5-31

10c

6-15

5-31

6-10

5-

7-

1

6-12

5-29

5-29

5-27
6-13

9

5-15
6-

2

5-31

5-15

6-12

5-16

6-

2

5-

7-

1

6-16

8-

1

7-15

6-13

5-29

2

$1.12'/2

6-13

$0.0767

5-29

5-16

15c

—

7-

9

6-26

10-

9

9-26

12-26

$$1.75
—

(quar.)

II.), Inc. (quar.)—
Inc. (quar.)

Laura Secord

Candy -Shops,

21'Ac

2

6-20

2

6-

Class

A

Class

B

Lamson

(quar.)

5-29

4,75%

(M.

common

preferred

(quar.i

Inc.

1

6-13

1

6-10

$60c

7-15

6-16

$75c

7-15

6-16

Lee

5-29

6-

5-22

"

'75c

1

8-

1

7-21

8-

1

7-21

11-

1

10-20

1

10-20

D.)

Co.

Salt

20c

6-

1

6-13

5-15

93 3,4 c

6-

1

5-15

6-

1

5-15

$1.05

G-

1

5-15

32c

6-

1

5-15

Cup

Little

Miami

Special

Glass

(quar.)

(quar.)

1

5-15

Loblaw

5-15

Class

15c

6-

2

5-12

28c

6-10

5-22

Life

Insurance

7-

6-13

1

5-31

Co.

7-

2

6-

2

5-15

6-

2

5-15

2

5-19

6-

1

5- 9

7-

1

6-10

62 VaC

7-

1

6-10

6-

5

5-23

6-

2

5-15

6-

2

4-28

6-16

5-15

15c
25c

$2
10c

6-

2

5-22

6-12

5-23

7-

1

6-13

6-

1

6-

1

5-

9

5-

9

6-10

5-21

15c

6-10

5-

G-

2

5-14

$1

9

2

(Fort

RR.

Cos., Ltd.,

$2.40

B

(quar.)

Loblaw
1st

2nd

preferred

11-

1

10-10

6- 2

5- 6

50c
—

—

9-10

8-15

12-10

11-17

50c

3 -10-59

2-19

6-10

5-16

9-10

8-15

$1.10

12-10

11-17

$1.10

3-10-59

2-19

$10C

(quar.)
—

(quar.)
preference (quar.)

5-15

50c

$1.10

—

Co., Ltd.,

6-10

$1.10

class A (quar.)

Groceterias

7-10

50c

(quar.)——

(quar.)

preferred

1

75c

Special gtd.

guaranteed

8-

40c

(quar.)

Loblaw, Inc. (quar.)

$1.25

7-15

6-

90c

a

guaranteed
(quar.)
Special
guaranteed
(quar.)
Original capital (quar.)
Original capital (quar.)
Original capital (quar.)—1
Original
capital
(quar.)

1

$1.25

5-27

$1.31'A
Co.

Special

6-

2

12-15
12-15

6-10

50c

Quarterly

6-

6-

12-31
12-31

25c

(quar.)

National

Link-Belt Co.

44c

6-15

9-15

40c

35 %C

$1.20

9-15

9-30

40c

(quar.)

5-2

6-13

9-30

6-

2

6-13

6-13

5-16

6-

1

6-13

6-30

6-16

Lincoln

7-

6-30

6-10

Lily-Tulip

5-23

3-31

45c

6-14

6-14

6-13

6- 2

45c

1

1

1

2

& Casualty
Insurance Co. of Tenn.—
Quarterly
Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. (quar.)
Lilly (Eli) & Co., com. "B*'' non voting (quar.)

7-

7-

6-20

1

50c

—

(quar.)_

5 (4 %; preferred

7-

6-26

5-19
6-

Life

11-

40c

2

7-

25c

Engineering (quar.)
Levingston Shipbuilding (quar.)
Lexington Union 8tation Co., 4% pfd. (s-a)
Libby McNeill & Libby, common (quar.)

60c
-

6-

6-16

35c

(quar,)_A

(James) & Sons (quar.)
Portland Cement Co.

37 VaC

45c

5-19

$25c

Lester

5-29

2

30c

Le Tourneau

Lehigh

6-23

6-

12'Ac

(R. G.) Inc. (quar.)
Leath & Co., common (quar.)
$2.50 preferred (quar.)

6-13

2

40c

59%c

(quar.)

77-

Leslie

5-

25c

(reduced)

-23c

Lees

30c

2

$15c

Sessions,'

convertible

(H.

6-

$15c

&

54 VaC

97 Vac

common

6-15

$15c

6

1

(quar.)

42c

9

$15c

9

1

Jaeger Machine Co.

6-10

$15c

6-

7-

Jamestown
Digitized for Telephone Corp.,
FRASER
5%
preferred (quar.)
preferred (quar.)


5-

1

$15c

6-13

il.08aA

(quar.)

1

7-

$10c

5-

7-

Iron Fireman
Mfg.

6-

30c

25c

6-30

82 Vac

(quar.)

5-15

20c

(quar.)

Co.

5-31

2

25c

(quar.)

5-29'

30c

$1.25
RR.

5-14

$1.20

preferred

com.

5-

$1.10

$1.76

Mines,
tambert (Alfred) Inc.
Class A (quar.).
Class B (quar.).
Class A (quar.).
Class B (quar.).

25C

com.

6

5-15
5-29

$1.75

(quar.)

1

(quar.)

Southern Utilities Co.,
preferred (quar.)

6-

2

50c

1

(quar.)

4%%

1

6-

6-13

$1.50

7-

preferred

Iowa

7-

10c

6-

37 VaC

(quar.)

6

40c

5-29

37'/aC

(quar.)

6-

1-9-59

Superior District Power,

Libby-Owens-Ford

(quar.)

1

25c

Ltd

4.80%

preferred

7-

7c

Milling Co., Ltd.—
(quar.)

Gold

preferred

preferred

4

6-

Woods

Lamaque

4.40%

preferred

the

preferred

Mailory (P. R.)

6*>l6

(quar.)

30c

& Co.

6

5-27
6-18

$1.65

6-

2

5-16

29c

7-

1

6-13

59% c

7-

4

(quar.)

35c

(s-a)

5-

17V2c

6-

3

5-15

$20c

6-

2

5-15

6-

2

:

$20c

Marshall Field
Extra

&

Co.

Co.,

preferred

4V2%

6-24

5-26

35c

(quar.)

to

6-

6

5-26

7-

1

50c

2

5-14

$1.50

7-

1

6-20

Ltd—

Massey-Ferguson,

Ltd.

$10c

(quar.)

6-

2

5-

7

5-15

6

5-23

40c
common

1

6-

6-10

6-

55c

6-

2

5-15

85c

6-

2

5-15

(quar.)

93%c

(1947

933/4C

Class

A

convi

Fire

of

cash

for

3.80%

preferred

3.85%

preferred

3.90%

preferred

2

5-

7

$51 Vac

6-

2

5-

7

1

4.35%

9

7-1

6-13

7-

1

6-13

1

5-16
5-16

$1

6-

1

25c

Corp.

8-

9

5-19

6-

5

5-15

3%

6-

6

5-

(N. Y.)—

the

second

and

third

35c

10c

1

7-

1

6- 4

7- 1

6- 4

$1.083A

7-

1

6- 4

$1.11(4

7-

1

6- 4

$1.62 Va

0-

2

5-20

30c

6-12

5-29

10c

6-12

5-29

25c

6-27

6-11

$1.12 Va

(quar.)
(quar.)
(quar.)

5-31

6*18

$1.12'/a

(

0-19
11-44

6-13

5-21

10c

6-10

5-29

300

(reduced)

8-30
11-29

Telephone Co. of Illinois—
preferred, series R (guar.)
(quar.)

5-31

5-15
5-15
5-43

75C

Mid-West Abrasive Co. (increased
quar.)
Midwest Oil Corp. (quar.)

Midland Oil

Corp.,
Laboratories

(quar.)
Milton Brick, Ltd. <s-a)
Mining Corp. of Canada, Ltd.
Minneapolis Gas Co., 5% preferred (quar.)—
$5.10 preferred (quar.)
5 V2 .% preferred (quar.)__—_______—_——
——

(quar.)

—

Minnesota Mining
Mfg., common 4quar.)—
$4 preferred (quar.)

Minneapolis & St. Louis Ry. (quar.)
Power & Light Co., com.
5%
preferred (quar.)

Mirro Aluminum Co.
(quar.)
Mississippi Power Co., 4.40% pfd.

—

(quar.)

6-13

25<J

8-13

IOC

Miller & Rhodes

Minnesota

9- 1

35c

conv. pfd. <quar.)—
(monthly)

Regulator

6- 2
*

15C

$1

Minneapolis-Honeywell

6- 4

20c

Middle States

Water

3

7-

_______—

Corp.

6-17

96'Ac

"Mickelberry's Food Products (quar.)
Hone

6-129
6-

6-27

95c

—

preferred
4 V2 % preferred
4Vi % preferred

6-10
6-13

97 Vac

—

Miami Copper Co. (quar.)
Michaels Stern & Co.—

%

3-49
5-30

1

30c

(quar.)
4.45%
(quar.)
Meyer (II. H() Packing Co.—
6 (2 %
preferred
(quar.)
Meyer-Blanke Co. (quar.)
—

1

6-14
7-

$683/ic

87VaC

preferred
preferred

Miles

5-9
5-

6-13

6-

(quar.)

5-26

27'AO

5-26
6- 2

4-30

5-31

5-16

jfiOc

5-31

5-45

$250

'

6-30

5-30

$4.25
$1.27 Va

6-

2

5-20

6-

2

5-20

$1.37Va

6-

2

5-20

40c

6-10

30c

6-12

5-23

$1

6-12

5-23

B-29

35c

40c

5-20

5-14

6-

2

5-12

7-

$1.25

1

30c

*7- 1

5-16
6-12

$1.10

•

(quar.)

7- 1

6-14

$1.15

7-

1

6-14

Mississippi Valley Gas (increased)

30c

7-

1

6-43

Missouri-Kansas Pipe Line Co.,

90c

0-17

5-20

4VaC

6-17

$4.60

preferred

Missouri Public Service,
Stock dividend

4.30%
Missouri

—

(quar.)
common

common

(quar.)

preferred
(quar.)
Utilities, common (quar.)

preferred (quar.)
Mitchell (J. S.) & Co., Ltd.
Mobile

4%

&

Birmingham RR.
preferred (s-a)

4.20%

Industries,
preferred
Rubber

Mo.iud Co.,
Monarch
Monarch

18c

y2%

5%

Mohasco

6-

6-

7- 1

$1.18 3,4

(quar.)
(quar.)

7

$37 VaC

5-29

1

62 Vac

(s-a)

& Thermit, common
(quar.)
preferred (quar.)
Metropolitan Edison Co.—

7

7

5-29

i

6-

2c

7%

5-

5-

6-12

30c

Metal

Middlesex

1

7-

$1.06 '/4

<quar.)

quarter of this year
Mercantile Stores Co. (quar.)
Mersey Paper Co., Ltd.. 5V2% pref. (quar.)__
Metal Forming Co. (quar.)

6%

5-29
5-29

40c

Quarterly

Micromatic

6-17
5-

2

6-14

Mergenthaler Linotype Co. (stock div.). Paid

4 %

1

6-18
6-

50C

preferred

Assurance

5-

5-15

7-

25c
70C

(quar.)—

Merchants

2

2

25c

$50c

50c

Mengel Co.

2
2

5-20

v.

(quar.)

preferred A (quar.)
preferred B (quar.)

6-

6-

6-15

6-16

6-10

40c

pfd.

4%%

Extra

4-30

5-29

Engineering Co.—

common (quar.)
preferred (quar.)
Johnson & Co., common
preferred (s-a)

lieu

6-13

6-30

a

(reduced)

4%
Meaclvllle Telephone, 5%
Melville Shoe Corp.—

in

5-15

'5-29

50c

Corp.,

4%

I
5-31

r

35c

4(4%
Mead

7-

$40c

5-15

«

2

6-14

5

62 Vac

i_

(quar.)
Aircraft <(quar.)

5%

6-

$50c

McGraw (F. H.) Co.
(quar.)
Mclntyre Porcupine Mines, Ltd. (quar.)
McKesson & Robbins, Inc.
(quar.)

Mead

6- 2
.

50c

McCormick & Co.

66-

series),(quar.)

McCord Corp., common
(quar.)
$2.50 preferred (quar.)

$10c
$60c
50c

n

Maytag Company (quar.)
Co., Ltd., partic. pfd. (s-a)
McColl-Frontenac Oil, Ltd. (quar.)

Machine &

5-22

6-

25c

M'cBrine (L.)

Modern Containers, Ltd.,

$51 Vac

6-16

$$1.12(4

(quar.)

Common

5-15

6-

(quar.)

McNeil

'5-15

5-31

$3

preferred

McDonnell

•

5-31

>

25c

(quar.)

preferred

5-31

5%

common

Department,.Stores,

$3.40

6-15

(quar.)_

Mathews Conveyor
(quar.)
Maui Electric
(quar.)

May

5-16

15c

(quar.)

changed

Common

5-20

5-31

12C

Massey-Harris-Ferguson,
Name

6-10

■

Marshall-Wells

6-15

35c

Marchant Calculators, Inc.
(quar.)—.
Mai'quardt Aii'craft Co. (stock dividend)
common

9

$25c

_____

Marquette Cement Mfg.,
6% preferred (quar.)

6-13

6-10

Coal, cl. A (s-a)

B

6-

5-23

6-30

*25c

Manning, Maxwell & Moore (quar. )—,_—_
Maple Leaf Milling Ltd. (s-a)

Mohawk
common

59%c

5-23
5-23

Manhattan Shirt (reduced)
Manitoba & Saskatchewan

5-30

6-15

17 Vac

shares-

6-46

preferred
$3.75 preferred

.

5-26

(quar.)

3.90%

5-13

50c

pfd.

University

6-16

$1

5-21

75c

(quar.)

inc.)

(quar.)

(quar.)

3.75%

of

7%

Amer.

Laboratories

preferred

4.20%

Quarterly
Quarterly

A.,

5% preferred (quar.)
Lake Superior & Ishpeining

preferred

com.

r

S.

Extension

Lakeside

3.30%

Service,

inc.)

(quar.)

5-26

435 %

Public

6

6-25

20c

6-12

6-20

invest-

(quar.)

6-

28'/a c

(quar.)

6-16

32c

common

(from net investment

Wire Co.

6-26

75c

a

(quar.)

5-15

2

5-29
5-12

Inc.—

common

6-

15c

6-13

25c

—

5-26

Co.

5-23

*37(40

(quar.)

preferred

C.)

6-23

(quar.)

common

u

(quar.).
Co., 5% pfd. <accum.)
Maine Public
Service, common (Increased)
4.75% preferred (quar.)

Class

5-16
5-15

$5C

Corp., Ltd.—
priority shares

Conv.

6-16

35C

Maine Central RR.

5-21

6-16

(R.

Mailman

6-16

2

conv.

Mahon

5-23

1

6-

20c

L_

$1.25

Iowa Electric Light &
Power, "com. "(quar.)
4.80% preferred (quar.)

Iowa

6-14

5-16

15c

12 Vac

(quar.)

5-31
7-

'(

preferred (quar.)
Kroehler Mfg., common
(reduced)
4'A% preferred A (quar.)
!

6-18

12-15

6-14

:

25c

net

6-14
9-15

50c

25c

plus

1

1

4?/4%

'

$5c

Magnavox Co.,

in-

2nd

6-10

2c

stock

7-

10-

1-2-59

$20c

common

preferred

6-13

37 Vac

75c

;

Power & Light Co.,

6

6-27

$3c

•

$3.75

37 VaC

$2J50^ preferred (quar.)„
Electric,

1st

6-10

+60c

(increased)

_:

conv.

non-cum.

Lake

6% preferred
(quar.)
Interstate Securities Co.
(quar.)_.
;
;
Investment Foundation,
Ltd., common (quar.)
6% preferred (quar.)
Investment Trust of
Boston-(special fiscal
year-end distribution of 20c from
net real¬

Investors Loan Corp., 6%
preferred
Investors Trust (Rhode Island)—
$2.50 preferred (quar.)
-

6%

5-15

Lake

common.^

Iowa

6-15

5c

prior preferred (quar.
:
Interstate Engineering
Corp. (increased)
Interstate Motor Freight
System (quar.)„
Interstate Power Co. (Del.), com.

nient' income)
1_
Diversified Services,
Class A (ouar.)—i_J.

6-

(quar.)

Koehring Co. (reduced)
Kresge (S. S.) Co. (quar.)
Kroger Company, common (quar.)

2

in¬

5%

Gars &

6-

50c

income)

Investors

6

50c

(I. B.) Rubber Co. (quar.)
Knox Corp., class A (quar.)
Knudsen Creamery Co., common

25c

International Silver Co. (quar.)—
International Textbook (quar.)
International Utilities Corp.
(quar.)
Interstate Company,

Iowa-Illinois

1

$1.75
net

(quar.)

"Series K-2"

65c

;

from

6-

1

(quar.)

Kleinert

1

(Canada), Ltd.—

or

1

7-

$1.18%

Company (quar.)
j,

25c

i

ized gains payable-in cash
fiscal year-end of 12c

&

7%

International Paints (Canada)
(s-a)______
International Paper Co., common
(quar.)
$4 preferred (quar.)
International Petroleum Co., Ltd.
(quar.)
International Resistance Co.
(quar.)_.
International Resources Fund (from net in¬

Participating

5-

Co.—

(quar.)

(from

1

7-

50c

4%

7-

35c

(quar.)

12c

.___

Inc.

6

20c

B-l" (from net investment
Keystone Growth Fund

2

se¬

Quarterly

vestment

6-

25c

Investors,

income

6

6-

50c

"Series

from

from

—

International Nickel Co.

8-15
6-

1

$1.12'A

(quar.)
1st preferred (quar.)

4.80%

5-16

20c

Business Machines (quar.)
International Cigar
Machinery Co. (quar.)
International Harvester Co., corn,
tquar.t-

International

1
1

7-

(quar.)

Kingsport Press (quar.)—

:

<quar.)

97-

(quar.)

(quar.)

Keystone Steel &

International

preferred

8-15

Keystone Custodian Funds—
Keystone Investment Bond Fund

5

securi¬

Telegraph

Inc.

(SH)

Keyes Fibre Co.,

5-13

6-

$1

;

Breweries,

8-15

1

Oil

Ketchum & Co.

5-29

3%

35c

&

1

$6'Ac

Industries, com. (quar.),
convertible prior preferred (quar.)

4(2%

5-15

20c

profits)

Quarterly
Interlake Steamship Co.

99-

6c

6-10

$3

(10c

25c

Land

Kcrr-McGee

6-10

75c

from

Fund

plus

Inter-County Telephone

vestment

common

(quar.)

Monthly dividend from net investment

5-10-•

Ltd.—

income

$1.05
$1.08%
$1.12 Va

5-23

6-

,

7%

pfd.

5-15

1

6-10
-

Kerite Co.

Foundation Fund (12c from
investment income plus a distribution of
8c from security
profits)—:
Institutional Income Fund, Inc. (10c from

curities

A

Kerr-Addison Gold Mines, Ltd.
Kerr Income Fund—

•

investment

8-15

i

M & D Store Fixtures
(quar.___..
Macassa Mines, Ltd.
-(quar.
Macwhyte Co. j (quar.))
Madsen Red Lake Gold
Mines, Ltd. (s-a)

6%

Kentucky Utilities, common (increased)
4%% preferred (quar.)

Institutional

ties profits)
Institutional
Insurance

1

87 '/aC

5-23

7-

;

2c
'

9-

87 Vac

Kern County

$1.25

•

plus

5-15
8-15

87 Vac

6-

30c
25c

(quar.)
.

investment, income

1
1

(quar.)
(quar.)

class

5-15

69-

(quar.)

5-15

$1.06'A

,

Shares

5-15

1

10c

6-16

25c

Industrial Development
(liquidating t__———
Industrial Enterprises (stock
dividend)

Institutional

1

6-

(reduced)

6-16

5c

American. shares

Inland Steel Co,

6-

'

$4.50 preferred (quar.)
Kent-Moore Organization

5-20

20C

(s-a)

5-15

preferred

partic.
Kendall Co.,

5-20

2

___

shares

6 % ' preferred

5-15

1

preferred
preferred

25c

4-15

6-

10c

4y4% preferred (quar.)_
Industria Electrica de Mexico S. A.—

common

1

6-

$1.25

...

Kelly Douglas & Co., Ltd.—

1

$37'Ac

income-

______

Co.,

5-29

6-

$1
$1.05

3%%

5-16

$32 VaC

_______

Ingersoll-Rand

6-20

95c

Kellogg Company—

6-30

7-15

8%

(quar.)

Incorporated Investors (out of current and
accumulated earnings)
Indiana Gas & Water (quar.)_
Indiana Steel Products Co.
(quar.)_.
Indianapolis Water Co., common (quar.)
5% preferred
(quar.)

American

50c

32'Ac
$1.06'A
$1.12 VA

.

(quar.)

.

net

5-26

$1

(quar.)

preferred (quar.)

-

45C

"(quar.)

$1.50 convertible
participating pfd.
Income Fund of Boston Inc.—

•

preferred

3% %

from

6-10

35c

3 Va %

—

Quarterly

5-15

95c

preferred

4Va%

$1.25

5-16

$1.12 '/a

(quar.)
4Va% preferred (quar.)
Kansas Power &
Light, common
4(4%. preferred (quar.)

7-

$1.25

(quar.)

preferred (quar.)—
preferred (quar.)_
4.20% preferred (quar.)

5-29

$1.25

5-16

1
1

6-

$1.08 3A

„

3.80%

50c

<quar.t__

1

66-

__

(quar.)
(quar.)

preferred

59%c
$1.03'a
$1.18%

4%

$40c

(quar.)

common

4.50%

6-16

60c

"

Circuit

Common

2

6-

—

Hydro-Electric Securities Corp.—
5% preferred B (s-a)
I-T-E

6-

com.__

preferred (quar.)

7-15

(quar.)—I

common

.Mortgage

&

5-16

Chemical Corp.,
(quar.)

4%%, convertible preferred
(quar.)
Kalamazoo Vegetable Parchment
(quar.)
Kansas City power &
Light, com. (quar.)—
3.80% preferred (quar.)
4%
preferred (quar.)

$10c

Hunt Foods &
Industries,
5% preferred A (quar.)
Huron

2

_

&

preferred

$20c

Foods, Inc., 5%
preferred
<quar.)__
preferred A .(qhar.)_i__—_

5,%

5-16

6-

39,tc

_______

&

5-16

2

35%c

(quar.)

(quar.)

Oil

5-16

2

6-

320

preference (quar.)—
Hugoton Production Co. (quar.)——
Hunt

2

6-

I

6.40%

Humble

4%%
4Vhc/o

9

-

Hughes-Owen Co., Ltd., class A (quar.)
Class

6-

31 Vac

5-

31'Ac

preferred B (quar.)
5.70% preferred C (quar.)
preferred D

6-9

35'AC

—

(quar.)

$5.12

6.25%

(quar.)

shares

Kaiser Aluminttm
75c

Hudson Pulp & Paper Co., cfass A
$1.41 2nd preferred
(quar.)

American

Ltd.—

34c

$1.25

(quar.)

5-21
5-21

6- 1

0- 2

5-16
5-14

6-

5-14

2

$31 'Ac

7- 2

$2
$25c

7- 1

6-14

Co.—

class A (quar.)

3V2%

$1.07 Va

5-29

6-12
6-12

pfd.

(accum.)__

(accum.)
(quar.).

—

Co.

Inc.

Machine Tool Co. (quar.)
Knitting, Ltd., 4Va% pfd. (accum.)

5-29

7- 2

6-20

87 Vac

6- 2

5-19

$1.05
25c

2

5-19

6-39

6-14

6-

5-20

30c

30c

$$1.50

6-

3

2

5-19

7- 2

6-13

6-

The Commercial and Financial Chronicle
50

.

.

.

Monday, May 26,195&

(2378)
*

Name of Company

-

1

-

Ltd.,

Corp.,

5-29

Northwestern

1

5-29

5-29

7-

8

6-

t$1.75

'7- 1

5-30

t$1.75

—

7-

1

6-30

——-

—

—

7(4 c

(quar.)—

dividend

Stock

prof, (quar.)
Morgan (J. P.) & Co. (quar.):
Morrison-Knudsen Co. (quar.)
Motor

7-

1

6-16

$22 (4c

6-

2

5-

6

$$1.18

6-

2

5-

6

62(40

—
—

6- 3

6-16

5-23

30c

(quar.)

6-20

30c

6-15

5-21

Line

ficial

6-

25c

5-15

2

Ultra¬
held)

shares

National Biscuit,

Register

Cash

—

Products

10-31

Class

7-15

5- 9

5-27

National

Standard
Steel

7-15

6-24

National

Union

Quarterly
National

6-

25C

5-

2

9

•

Fire

Nelsner Bros,
B

6-16

6-10

5-26

6-20

6-

6- 2

5-16
6- 6

Pacific

Pantex

6-

5-21

6-

5-16

2

50c

6-10

15c

6-30
6-10

5-27

5%
Park

1

6-13

6-13

5-26

Class

6-

1

5-14

Parmelec

Paterson-Sargent

-

6-30

6-

2

(quar.)
preferred (quar.)
Newport Electric Corp., common

5-22

Fenn

Controls, Inc.

G-

Fcnn

Fruit,

5-15

Stock

(quar.)

-

,

Niagara Mohawk Power Corp.—
Common
(quar.)
3.40% preferred (quar.)
3,60% preferred (quar.)—

5-30

5-

5

7-

1

6-

6

7-

1

6-

6

4.05%

6-

9

5-

9

4.70%

4.50%

5-15

5-29

$2

8-25

8- a

7-

e

Common

6-13

1

5-12

5(4%. preferred
(quar.)
North American Refractories
7%

gtd. (s-a)

(N. Y.)

(quar.)

Gas

(Illinois) (quar.)
North Star Oil Ltd., class A (quar.)
$2.50 preferred (1956 series) (quar.)
Northeastern Water Co., $4 prior pfd. (quar.)

Common

6- 6

6-30

6-

6-30

6- 0

6-30

0-

6

6-30

6-

0

Northern Central Ry.

0

35c

0-1

7%

6-

2

5-21

6-14

5-16

90c

6-10

5-

6-27

5-30

6-25

5-20

5

6-10

5-21

37 (4c

6-20

5-29

6-20

5-29

5.80%

preferred

$1

pref.

Northern
:

6*,2%

Quebec

Power,

1st preferred

Northland

Utilities

Ltd.,

Ltd.

RR.

Bancorporation, common
prefer.ed (initial*



-J-V, '

6-13

50c'

6-16

5-16
6-14

5-30

7- 1

6-

25c

6-12

5-22

7- 2

+$1.50

€-12

7- 2

J30c

5-26

€-12

Reading Tube Corp.—

1

6-13
9-15

12-15

6-

1

5-21

5-29

5-22

2

5-15

6-20

5-20

15c

6-17

6«-

6-27

6-13

6-

1

25c

6-16

31'Ac

6-

4%%

30c

$62 (4c

$2.25

1

6-13

6-

2

7-

1

6-13

(quar.)

$27c

10-

1

9-12

$5c

10-

1

9-12

5-15

Class

Republic Insurance (Texas) (quar.)
Republic Steel Corp. (quar.)

6-

2

5-20

Resistoflex Corp.

6-

2

5-20

Revere.

5-

2

6-

2

5-

9

6-

2

5-

9

6-

2

5-

9

3.60%

5- 9

6- 2

6-

G-16

(stock dividend) —
(reduced)

2

preferred

.

pfd. (quar.)—

conv.

5-15

Rice Ranch Oil Co

2

5-15

Richfield

6-

2

5-15

Riegel Paper Corp. (quar.)—.—
Ritter Finance Co., class A (quar.)—

6- 2

5-15

6-16

5-23

6-27

6- 2

50c

7-15

6-20

Roa.n

Copper

units

stock

6- a

6-

1

5-22

Robbins

5- 2

5-20

6-

2

6-

1

5-22

6-10

5-16

50c
40c

6-10

5-16

25c

6-

Robinson

(H.

5-21

Co.

(quar.)
.
(quar.)

Germantown

7-21

5-20

5%

2

5- 9

6-

Philippine

2

6-

2

Philippine

2

&

7-15

6-30

5-29

7-

1

6-20

7-

1

6-20

$40c

7-25

6-28

6-10

5-24

11-

1

10-16

75c

6-

1

5-

$0.5875

6-

1

5-16

9

6-30

6-

6-30

6- 4

$1.50

6- 4

5-20

40c

—

5-28

/

5-15
4

*

-

(quar.)—

5-14

12 (4c

6-

2

5-

5-15

6-10

5-23

7c

6-

2

5-15

6- 2

5-15

6-

2

5-15

6-15

5-31

68 lie

175aC

„

6- 2

5-

9

2

5-

6-

0-14

6-

5

6-14

6-

6

$0.08333

6-14

6-

6

6-16

5-16

60c

6-10

5-23

3c

-

—

6-16

(initial)
4.

6-

2

5c

6-16

6-

2

*25c

(J. C.) Co., $1 class A (quar.)

5-31

5-15

4% preferred series F (quar.)

6-

Phillips

Petroleum
Co.

Co.

6- 2

5-15

$1.18%

6- 2

5-15

$1.0254

6-

2

5-15

preferred series H (quar.)
preferred series I (quar.)
4.10% preferred series J (quar.)
—
Rochester & Genesee RR. (s-a)
Rochester Transit Corp.
(quar.)
Rockwell Mfg. Co. (quar.)
Rockwell Spring & Axel Co.—
Name changed to
Rockwell-Standard Corp. (quar.)
Roe (A. V.) (Canada), Ltd., com. (quar.)—
537%
Rohm

4%

&

convertible preferred
Haas

Co.,

(quar.)

Inc.

(from

net

Aircraft Corp.

4 V*%

Rubbermaid,

5-

6-

2

5-15

62 (4c

6-

2

5-

7-

1

Ryan

Aeronautical Co.

—

preferred

preferred

6-16

5-29

St.

6-

5-23

common
,

(quar.)

1

6-

1

5-

9

5-

9

6- 2

5-15

6-

2

5-15

7-

1

6-13

7Yzc

6-

1

5-16

5-15

5-

6- 6

5-16

25c

1

7-

1

5-26

7-

1

5-26

7-

1

5-26

6-10

5-23

6-16

6-

2

9-16

9-

2

12-15

12-

1

St. Louis, San Francisco Ry—

6

Joseph

Lead

Co

(quar.)

6-16

6-

2

5%

convertible preferred A

6-12

5-28

5%

convertible preferred A (quar.)
convertible preferred A (quar.)

53 VaC

(quar.)

6-10

6-

$1
$1.0754
25c

40c

(quar.)

(quar.)

(quar.)

(quar.)
preferred (quar.)

25c

(quar.)

common

6-10

7- 2

IOC

(quar.).

preferred

4.30%

5-16

-,7- 2

95c

Safeway Stores, Inc., common
4%

-6-10
.

50c
$20c

25c

;

(quar.)

(quar.)

8

7-15

$1

9

Inc.

5-20

UOc

Rutland & Whitehall RR..

2

Corp.

5

+20c

(quar.)

35c

(quar.)

Pittsburgh Coke & Chemical,
$5 preferred
(quar.)
.
$4.80

6-23.

class A

12 c

Pioneer Natural Gas

Pitney-Bowes,

6-13

6-30

Investment

income)

Piper

7-15

25c

Pillsbury Mills, Inc., common (quar.)—
$4 preferred (quar.)
Fund,

12 (4c

Rolland Paper, Ltd.,
Class B (quar.)
Cable

5-14

6-

50c

(quar.)

preferred A (quar.)

5-15

Rome

1

2

55c

t

7-

6-

+$1.433A

(quar.)

6-20

$2
10c

$1

common

5-29

6-

5-15

$1.0254

43/« %

20c

42 (4 c

(quar.)

6- 2

$1

—

4.10%

9

$1.25

3

5

50c

(quar.)

Robinson, Little & Co., Ltd., class A
Rochester Gas & Electric—

9

91 (4c

common

(quar.)
Long Distance Telephone (quar.)
Tobacco Flue-Curing & Redrying

Phoell Mfg.

6-20

5-21

2

Norristown

(quar.)

(quar.)

6-10

25c

5-15

5-23

5-29

6-

9

5-23

6-14

7c

(quar.)

2 (4c

5-16

7-

5-23

6-30

50c

(quar.)

Phila. Suburban Transportation

6-14

6-30

5-29

$1

preferred (quar.)
preferred
(quar.)

6-

6-20

5-26

75C

3.65%

6-10

6-12
€-30

35c

—:

(quar.)

Reading Corp.
Phila Suburban Water,

2

40c

87 (4c

common

5-

50c

common

H.)

6-10
2.

6-17

:

Myers,

Common

6-

$1.12 5*

375'aC

'penny)

Robertson

6-10

7-

30c

—

preferred (quar.)
Participating
Robertson (J.) Co.

6- 2

7-

"

$1.50

25C

5-15

$1.1254.

Ltd.—
(interim) (^es of 1

6-15

6- 2

5-15

6-

Mines,

$1

6-16

7-11

90c

—

Roadway Express Inc., class A (quar.)

10c

6-11

6-

7-

15c

&

1

8-

90c

——

50c

Island—

7-

5938C

—

(quar.)
preferred (quar.)

Antelope

1252C

tquar.)

B

Ordinary

9

5-16

75c

6- 2

5%%

9

6-

6

2c

6-

Corp.

6-20

5-

6-

90c

$1.06'A

Class

5-29

125ic

(quar.)

RheeimMfg. Co., 452%
Oil

6-30

25c

-

Reynolds Metals Co.. common (quar.)
4%% preferred A (quar.)
——
Reynolds (R.J.) Tobacco, common (quar.)—
Class B (quar.)
—
:
—
4.50%
preferred
(quar.)
—

5- 9

5-12

7-23

3%

■«

Copper & Brass
Rexall Drug Co. (quar.)

9

2

12-12

5-26

75C

t28c

5-20

6-

1-1-59

40c

(quar/)

A

5-20

6-

7-

*5c
A

5-16

5-15

$28c

Class

1

5-29

$1.12(4

5-1®

(quar.)

6-16

$1.06

5-16

A

6-16

30c

5-19

6-14

6-14

55c

preferred (s-a)

6-1G

$1.15

6-13

20c

common

Class

5-31

•

3

5-30

6-12

U5c

Renold Chains (Canada), Ltd.

5-16

1

6-

31'AC

Reinsurance

5-23

2

6-

7-

5-22

—

Remington

10c

5-15

6-12

U252C

,

,

(N. J.)

Reitman's

Arms,

®-i2;

1

5-29

„■

50c

(quar.)

Refractory & Insulation Corp.
Quarterly
.
.

1-2-59

12L4C

.

Reeves

1

10-

+$1.50

$1.25 convertible preferred (quar.)
MacDonald Mines, Ltd.

710-

$1.75

Gas

9

.

-

5-22

.

1

6-27

7-

$25c

s-a)

6-13

-

9

5-

6-23

87560

20c

(quar.)

2

-U5a

Ltd.—

& Batten
(increased

$1

Co.,

&

common

Co.

$1

$22 (4 C

(quar.)

Hopewell

5-

6-14

6-30

5-26

—

20c

(quar.)

5-29

1

125sC:

(quar.)

(quar.)

5-19

(Butler,- Pa.)—

&

1

$69c

(quar.)

(s-a)

Northwest
4.50%

com.

(quar.)

&

Philadelphia,
Phila

8-

1

$1.37(4

_

6-10

6-

*

5-29

—

4% preferred
(quar.):
Pfaudler Permutit
(quar.)
:
Phelps Dodge Corp. (quar.)
Philadelphia Electric, common

7-

$1.45

-

6-10

1

6-13

5c

6-27

(quar.)

preferred

$62(4c

35c

(quar.)

Inc.

(Charles)

3(4 %

Pioneer

(initial

1

7-

25c

—

...

30c

:

7-15

50c

quar.)
preferred (quar.)

common

5(4%

7-

35c
*

—

5-29

$1.12(4

Long

2

6- 2

Invest¬

from

(initial

Fund

6-13

$1.02
$1.17(4

Extra
Pfizer

Northern Natural Gas—
New

7-

Corp. (N, Y.)
(s-a)
(Canada) Ltd. (extra)
Reliance Insurance Co. (Phila.) (quar.)—

,

preferred (quar.)
4%% pfd.

Paul

Petersburg
B-29

44c

(quar.)

2

6-16

•

Northern Indiana Public Service Co.—

(quar.)

7-

Putnam

6%

Perkins Machine & Gear Co.—

$2

(s-a)

5-15

$1.18%

(quar.)

Geo.

(see

25c

-

Pcrfex Corp.,
Peter

$15c

1

$1.25

12 (4c

(quar.).
(quar.)

(quar.)

6-30

'

preferred

6-20

$1.10

4(4% preferred
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co.. of
Quarterly
1
Perfect Circle Corp. (quar.)

22 (4c

5-15

6-

—

preferred
(quar.)_
6%
preferred
(quar.)
Raymond Corp. (quar.)
Reading Co., 4% 1st preferred

92 (4c

5-13

35c

5-15

1

40o

58 (4c

6- 2

63.50

1

6-

,

5c

30c

Peoples Telephone Corp.

50c

(quar.)

1

6-

_——

2%
57 (4 c

5-23

45c

pfd. (quar.)

6-

50c

1

83Ac

6-16

4c

''

4.40%

1

(quar.)

1

34 %c

North American Investment, 6%

Common

7-

Purina

Common

5-23

(quar.)

2

$3c

(quar.)

5-15

•

Commission

Inc., $4.75 pfd.

of America—

Rapid Grip

25c

7-

6-

6- 6

1

1

6-

0- 6

6-30

50c

933Ac

6-30

$3.50
Ralston

6-

(quar.)
(From investment income)

Pennroad Corp.

5-12

6-30

5-21
6-16

30c

nonvoting

2

0

2
2

5c

voting (quar.)

6- 2

6-

$1.21'A
$1.31'A

North American Contracting (s-a)
North American Car Co. (quar.)

North Carolina RR. Co..

6-

7-1

97'/4c

Normetal Mining Corp. Ltd

5-15

——

(quar.)

1st preferred

6-

2 (4c

27 (4c

$1

Growth

7-

6-10

_

Peoples Drug Stores (quar.)
Peoples Gas, Light & Coke (quar.)

$50c

5-15

2

(subject to the

2 (4C

(quar.)(quar.).
(quar.).

5-15

2

0-

27c

2(4c

—

6- 2

-

26c

50c

4.60%
preferred G (quar.)
Pennsylvania Engineering Corp
Pennsylvania Power Co., 4.24% pfd. (quar.)
4.25% preferred (quar.)
Penobscot Chemical Fibre Co. (Maine)—

$1.02(4
;

6- 2

(quar.)

Radio Corp.

5-29

(quar.)

common

90c

No run da Mines. Ltd. (quar.)
Norfolk & Western Ry., common

Shore

3

5-29

1

.

dividend

85o

Niagara Share Corp.—
(20c from current investment income and
15c from capital gains)
Nopco Chemical Co.,- 4% pfd. A (quar.)

North

3

6-

45c

(quar.)
(quar.)
(quar.)
(quar.)

North River Insurance

6-

6-16

6-10

7-

(quar.)

preferred B
preferred C
preferred D
preferred E
preferred F

3.70%

6-16

35c

5-19

0-10

12-19

37 (4c

preferred (quar.):
4.68% preferred (quar.).
Pennsylvania Electric Co.—

5-15
6-25

._

5-15

6-10

6-

Quaker State Oil Refining Corp. (quar.)
Quebec Telephone Co., 5% pfd. (quar.)
Quemont Mining Corp. Ltd.——

10c

4.60%

2

7-15

6-

9-30

12-30

6-

6-16

(quar.)

5
2

5-15
9-19

$1

common

Co.

6-

$45c

5-30

2

87'4c

ment income)

6-20

45c

6-

2

1

6-30

20c
„

5-22

$$1.25

1

6-

$1.12(4

—

Rapid-American Corp. (quar.)

25c

5-25

-—

preferred < quar.)_
Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry DockQuarterly

preferred

5-22

6-

$90c

5

Common

3%%

preferred

5

(quar.),

(quar.)

5-29
7-

Fund)
Putnam

5-15

5c

G-14

Gas—

5%

5.23%

5-16
5-16

IOC

G-

50c

(quar.)

Co.

Putnam

1

10c

17c

933Ac

5-20

2

Co.

(quar.)

com.

Service

Public

(quar.)
(Geo.)
Fund

1

82 (4c

Peabody Coal, common (quar.)
5% prior preferred (quar.)
Pearl
Brewing
(quar.)
Pembina Pipe Line, Ltd., 5% 1st pfd. (quar.)

20C

&

6-

e-

$1.05

Corp.

2

(quar.)

4
2

40c

Common

4.85 %

& Co.

66-

/

Oil

6-

—

Co., class A (quar.)
(quar.)
Transportation (quar.)

6-25

15C

$3.75 preferred (quar.)
Newberry (J. J.) Co. (quar.)
Newfoundland Light & Power, Ltd.—

preferred

B

6-30

$1.01 'A

Pure

B-15

2

5- 9

$1.06'A

common

on

preferred

6-

Parker Pen

7-

4.40%

common

preferred

conv.

75c

10c

4.10%

Corp.,

Sheraton Corp.

$5c

—

6-

20c

-

preferred (quar.)
preferred (quar.)—.
preferred (quar.)

conv.

15c

Co.-

3.90%

Mfg.

conv.

6%

6-13

20c

$1

5.60%

5-15

1

15c

Consolidated Corp

6-16

.

Dock,

-6-

Common

Chemical Co.—

6%

5-15

37(4 c

Insurance

of Indiana,

Publicker Industries,

60c

preferred
(quar.)
Paragon Electric Co. (quar.)
Paramount Pictures Corp. (quar.)—

6-16

5c

Jersey Power <fc Light Co.—
preferred (quar.)
4.05% preferred (quar.)
New Jersey Zinc Co. (quar.)
Now
York
Air
Brake
(quar.)

State Electric

6-13

.3281(4

17c

...

4%

York

5-15

5-12

1

?3c

6%

6

New

Y.

1

5

7-

preferred (quar.)

4%

5

Parsons

(quar.)
New'Brunswick Telephone (quar.)
New Dickenson Mines, Ltd. (s-a)

N.

6-

9

6-16

50c

(quar.)
(quar.)
(quar.).:

Co.

Mexico

New

5-15

6-

common—

Page-Hcrsey Tubes Ltd. (quar.)
Pan American Sulphur Co. —
Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line, com.

12- 8

7- 2

Tin

Package Machinery Co.

2

9-

1-2-59

.

1

5

5-

$$'3

5% preferred A (quar.)
Public Service Co. of North Carolina—

5-15

6-

5-

$1.23

5-29

1

1

6-16

Public Service Co. ox New Mexico-

2

6-

6-10

$1

20c

class A (quar.)

5'

6-

25C

preferred (quar.)
4.16% preferred (quar.)
4.32% preferred (guar.)
Stock dividend

10c

3%

(quar.)
(quar.)

6-10

6-

$1.25

.

10c

;

1

62 (4 c

Common

50c

$1.50 preferred

New

6-23

20c

preferred

$3.30 preferred (quar.)
Outdoor Advertising Co.,

,7- 1

,

:

6-23

7-

$1.10

Pacific

(Pittsburgh)

(quar.)—

Auction

7- 1

—

(quar.)—

5-

Pacific Northwest. Pipe Line Corp.—

40c

Nevada. Natural Gas Pipe Line, common

Y.

$1.19
$1.00

—

Common

400

;

90c

5- 2

50c

Nestle-Lo Mur

N.

i

(quar.)

1

3%-

6- 6

6-13

40c

5-13

Park

(quar.)

Nekoosa Edwards Paper,
Class

3s

—

dividend

Stock

4.20%

(quar.)

2

6-

$15c

$1.75

—

Insurance

com.

6-10

$1.06'A

12(4c

(quar.)

Radiator

S.

Co.,

6-

pfd. (s-a)—

3 (4 %

(quar.)
(quar.)
Finance Corp. (Del.) (quar.)—
Gamble Robinson Co. (quar.)—

Pacllic

V>
—

(quar.)

:—u_

U.

5- 1

10c

Power

61c

of Colorado—

preferred
preferred
preferred

Public Service

series B

preferred

1st

5(4%
Pacific

$5c

(quar.)

6-

Purex

5-16

6-10

45c

$8c

.—

Co.

Corp.

4'A %
4 (2 %

preferred (quar.)—
Oxford Paper Co., $5 pfd.

30c

(quar.)
National Presto Industries, Inc. (quar.)
National Rubber Machinery Co. (quar.)
National

of 6.45%

tax

5-15

5-31

25c

Accident

Public Service Co.

6-30

Union

4%

5-12

National Load Co:—

National Tea Co.

6-30

7-15

sharehold¬
will be deducted)—

5-23

6-27

5-12

common

&

7-15

nonresident

Africa

5-29

180

Life

Provident

$15c

$3.60

6-17

5-29

7- 2

—

6-20

$133ic

approximately 41c.

(equal to
South

6-10

2

(Chattanooga)

2

5-15

6-

(quar.)

pfd.

conv.

5-30

$3

1

Washington Insurance Co.—

6-16

——-

preferred (quar.)
•54.40 preferred
(quar.)
Owens-Ilinois Glass, common

10- 1

(Nashville) (quar.)
National Malleable & Steel Castings

6-

Inc.,

$5c

(s-a)—

(s-a)

5-20

6-10

$1.12(4

(quar.)„

Co.

$25C

Quebec Ry.

9

6-

5%

$2

Mfg. Co

27 (4c

7% preferred A (quar.)
—
National Life & Accident Insurance

18c

50c

preferred A (quar.)
conv. preferred (quar.)

6-

(quar.)

preferred (entire issue called for re¬
demption on May 29 at $50 per share
plus this dividend)

5-13
6- 2

■'

9

6-24

$30C

Providence

Tail

$5c

.

6-16

2

9

6-

61 (4c

pfd.

(quar.)
(quar.)—-—

5-21

Oster

(Hartford)—

(quar.)
(quar.)

River

Powell

6-26

7-

6-

6-24

5

Prentice-Hair,

Pacific Atlantic Canadian Investment, Ltd—

Corp.

B

5-

6-20

6-24

$15c

5- 5

2

preferred

$2.46

6-10

Otter

$50

A

Class

2

6-

1

5c

62 (4 c

—

$2.44

Power,

30c

5-29

(quar.)

A

5

——

5-29

(quar.)

A

Class

5-

Pacific Far East Line, common

National Gypsum Co., $4.50 pfd. (quar.)
National Hosiery Mills, Ltd.7.;, „7 ',
Class

2

6'AC

(quar.)

5

30c

—

;v

National Gas & Oil Corp.

6-

7-

$2.50

5-20

-

(quar.)

of America

Electric

2

15c

Price Brothers & Co., Ltd., 4%
Prince Gardner
Co.
(quar.)

5

10c

Quarterly
National Food

Potomac

6-

40c

5-27

6-

30c

—

Co.

5

6-

$1.75

45c

5-16

6-

50c

HaUonal Dairy. Products. Corp...(quar.)
National Distillers & Chemical Corp.—
Common
(quar.)
i
4(4 % preferred (quar.)
National Drug & Chemical Co. of Canada,
Ltd., 60c convertible preferred (quar.)
Insurance

Potash Co.

5-

Orange & Rockland Utilities—

National Cylinder Gas Co.—
Name
changed to Chemetron Corp. see
dividend announcement under new name

National Fire

9

2

$1.10
$1.12(4

(quar.)—
•4% preferred series D (quar.)
Orpheum Building (s-a)

$1.75

(quar.)

6-10

2

(quar.)

Corp.

9

6-

(quar.)

Telephone
Steel

5-14

of

6- 2

6-13

11-17

7%

National

Rico

9

45c

(quar.)

common

Porto

Portsmouth

6-

class A (initial)
Chemical (qua.)

~45c

—

preferred (quar.)
National By-Protiucts, Inc

5-15
5-16

6-

9

5-

$1.25

10c

6-10

4.75%

50

2

6-14

5-

37 (4 c

6-20

Final
5-15

<3-13

25C

each

for

Porter

O'okiep Copper Co., Ltd.—

(quar.)
(one share of Narda

5-31

15c

Inc.,

Ontario &

MicrowaveCorp.

6-15

4

6- 2

$1.37(4

Company (reduced*
(H. K.), Inc. (Mass.)

&

6-10
6-

62 (4 c

10c

er's

Corp., class A (quar.)
Class
B
(quar.)
—
National Aluminatc (quar.)

Poor

$1.05

5(4 %

4-30

5-26

4c

sonics

5- 5

1

6-20

-

55c

1st

2

6-

6-10

1

7-

$1.75

preferred (quar.)
$2.50 2nd preferred (quar.)

5%

7-

$1:75

(quar.)—

Polaroid Corp., common

40c

—

Corp.

Matliieson

6%

(2 8/10c from net invest¬
1 2/10c from securities

Stock dividend

5-15

Onondaga Pottery (quar.)
—
Ontario Beauty Supply Co., Ltd.—

5-15

and

Nashua

5-29

$1.02

$1

profits)

Narda

5

0- 5

5-

(quar.)

Coal

Olen Co.,

(Kansas City) Shares of bene¬

Nachman Corp.

5

5-

6- 2

$1.14

—

-—-—,—

Inc——

Ben

Olin

5-16

2

6-

50c

$1.07(4

interest

5-

2

6-

50c

(quar.)

Oliver Tyrone Corp.

(quar.)

income

2

6-

partic. preferred (accum.)
Ontario Jockey Club. Ltd., common

2

6-

50c

Mutual
Income
Foundation
(quarterly of
ll(4c from Investment Income plus an an¬
nual
distribution
of
9(ic
from
realized

ment

—

(quar.)

preferred

Power Co.,

Old

5-21

6-15

26'Ac

Co. (quar.)
Specialties Co.—
$2 class A conv. preferred (quar.)

Mutual Trust

5- 9

25c

4.08% pfd. (quar.)
4.20% preferred (quar.)
4.40% preferred (quar.)
—
4Va% preferred (quar.)
Oklahoma Mississippi River Products

Ohio

$3.50

capital gains)

6-10

$$1.75

pfd. (quar.)—

(quar.)

4.56%
Machine

Co.,

«te

Ohio Oil Co.

1

5-16

5-31

6c-

Edison

Ohio

Ohio Forge

5-15

6-10

——

Murphy (G. C.)
Muskegon Motor
B

profits)

Ohio Crankshaft Co.

9

5-

5-29

$1
15c

pfd. (s-a)
Mountain Fuel Supply Co. (Pittsburgh)—
Quarterly
»
——

Preference

5-

2

6-

40c

Mount Vernon Mills, 7%

Munslngwear, Inc., common
5(4% preferred (quar.).

5-15

13c

Ogilvie Flour Mills, Ltd., 7%

5-19

6-10

$2.50

...—a-....-

Motor Wheel Corp. (reduced)
Mount Diablo Co. (quar.)

securities

from

5-15

2

2

5-12

(quar.)—.

Corp.

Finance

5-29

6-10

30c

(quar.)
—
$2.50 prior preferred (quar.)————Morgan (Henry), Ltd., common (quar.)
Morgan Engineering, common

43,4%

6-

6-

$62 (4c
preferred (quar.)
3
$$1.12(4
4(4% preferred (quar.)
—
$$1
4% preferred (quar.)
Nucleonics, Chemistry & Electronics Shares.
Inc., <6 (4c from earned income plus 6 (4c

5-15

2

6-

2%

;

6-15

Payable 0} Ree.

Share

Pittsburgh, Ft. Wayne & Chicago Ry. CoCommon
(quar.)
7% preferred (quar.)
Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co
——
Pittsburgh Steel Co.—
51/2% prior prelerred (quar.)
5% preferred A (quar.)
Pittsburgh, Youngstown & Ashtabula Ry. Co.
7% preferred (quar.)—:
Pittsfield & North Adams RR. (s-a)

5-15

2

5%

5-15

6-14

37 (4 c

(quar.)

2

6-

$1.25

preferred (quar.)

Moore-McCormack Lines Inc.

2

6-

30c

Pharmacal Co. (quar.)
Nova Scotia Light & Power Co., Ltd.—

Norwich

5-30

(quar.)

common

6

7- 2

6-

$1.12(4
$1.31'A

preferred (quar.)
5'A% preferred (quar.)
4(4%

Holder*

When

Par

6-16

"

6-30

250'

Northwestern Public Service, common

1

15c

preferred A (quar.)
7% preferred B (quar.)_—.
Moore-Handley Hardware Co.—
5%

1

7-

t45c

7%

Moore Products Co.

77-

$1.17(4

preferred (quar.)
4.70% preferred (quar.)
Montrose Chemical Co. (quar.)
4.50%

50c

(quar.)—
(quar.)

Insurance

National

2oc

$1.12',4

(quar.)—

Montana-Dakota Utilities, common

Moore

Payable of Ree.

Share

'

Name of Company

Payable of Ree."

Share

Name of Company

Holder•

When

Par

Holder•

When

Par

7-

1

5%

6-20

25c

6-

2

$1.25

6-

2

5-16

$1.20-

6-

2

5-16

5-16

St. Paul

Fire

&

Marine Insurance

St. Regis Paper Co., common
-.

$4.40 pfd.

series A

(quar.)

(quar.)__

(quar.)

$1.25
$1.25
$1.25
30c

35c
$1.10

7-17

7-10

G-

1

5-

2

7-

1

6-

6

Volume 187

Number 5745

The
Commercial and Financial Chronicle

...

(2379), 61
per

Name

~

of Company

Share

Salada-Shirriff-Horsey,

Ltd.,

common

preferred

<5%%

(quar.)

preferred

5%c/c

•

(Initial)

preferred A

(quar.)

ZZZZ

conv.

•4.70%
4.70%

A

pid.

common

15c

-

2915

(quar.)

'

-

i

"""

:

T

2

5-

9

2

5-

5-

9

6-

2

5-

9

10c

5-28 ~

5-14

10c

5-29

5-20

18%c

5-29

37V2c

7-15
6-12

6-

50c

.

,

7-18

1

7-18

6-12

5-29

0-

5-14

1

HI"

5-24 ;

Standard

5-16

$1.18%

$5

I

6-19'

7-10

6-19
6-19

$1.25
_

7-10
2

5-21

Statler

2

5-

25c

7-

2

5-23

7-

1

6-10

3%

-

.

6%

66-

10c

(quar!3"-III__III~
~~ ~~
~~

Securities Acceptance
Corp.—
Common
■

Stock

.

5%

-----

dividend

(quarj

preferred

5%

preferred

With

•

pfd.

9-30

9-10

7-

6-10

above

(quar.)_

12»/2C

111111

(accum.)
payments all

(quar.)

Inc.

Shakespeare Co.
(quar.)
Shawinigan Water & Power
4%

.

preferred

4Vt%
Class

(W.
B

(quar.~)I!

A

Co..

5%

Sheller

Food Stores

'•

Class

Sicks'

B

A

Sierra

pfd. (quar.)
(quar.)

*t30c

.ZZZZZZZZ

20C

Co.—

6-

7%

2

5-

5-26

5

5 /o

5-19

Stouffer

5-15

Storer

2

5-31

».7r
■

1

7-

1

5-

.

:

;

6-

9

Simpson's,- Ltd.

■—

Stuart

6-30
6-

'

5-30

2

Singer

Mfg.

Amer.

Annual

Skelly

deposit
;

oil

Co.

j

~

"

Stock

—

,stock dividendl

Co.

Cali.ornia
preferred

Platinu~m~CoHH

(quar.)"

*

"""

Fublic Service,

preferred

'

4.60%

—■
'
*

(quar.)

--

I"

I
(quarT

Spencer

Co.,

$4.50

Kellogg

Sc.

preferred

Sperti Products,

8piegel, Inc.,
.

$4.50

conv.

conv.

common

6-28

4-21
6-14

2nd

preferred
Tennessee Natural Gas
Stock

5-31

5-

5

Texas

Eastern

5-

5

6.70%

preferred

5-

5

5.85%

preferred

297/oC

5-31

55-

5

5

6-30

6-

5

27c

6-30

6-

5

223/2C

6-

25c

6-

2

6-15

0.2656 (4

6-

2

6-18

2

6-19

34c

6-

2

5-15

6-

6

5-

5

5.75%
5.50%

Texas

6-13

5-15

9-15

8-15

$1

6-10

5-31

15c
30c

6-

6-

2
2

10c

7-

1

$1.50

7-

1

31c

5-15
5-15
6-16
6-20

6-14

6-

6-

5-22

2

7-10

7-

3

1

Texas

Hlinois

5-15

Thrifty Drug Stores Co. Inc.

1

7-18

Tidewater
Tilo

1

7-18

8-

1

7-18

1

8-

1

7-18

Timken

Tokheim

7-18

Toledo

8-

1

27 %c

8-

1

7-18

4V4%

27 Vic

g-

1

7-18

4,25%

30c

6-

1

9

(stock

Roller

4.56%

Edison

(anar.l

6-

0

Common

6-

6

0-

6

$3.50 convertible
$3.50 convertible

$1,221/2

7-

1

6-

6

Universal

7-

1

0-

6

Universal

$1.28

7-

1

6-

6

Universal

5-

9

Toledo

5-

9

Toronto

Elevators Ltd.

5-12

Traders

6-

1

5-12

"

6-10

5-

6-26

5-15

9

$1.12 Va

~

7-

1

5-15

12 Vic

6-

2

5-19

II™

1

0-

0

Utah Southern Oil Co.

7-

35c

6-

5-15

1

6-

1

5-15

Van

6-

1

5-15

6-

1

5-15

$1.18%

A

Steel Co.

Viceroy Mfg., Ltd., 50c class

5-15

Vick

5-21

Viking Pump Co.
(Iowa)__
Virginia-Carolina Chemical—
6%

5-28
6-16

7-

1

6-16

6- 6
6-16

5-26

6-10

5-10

5-19

preferred

6-

15c

6-10

5-24

7-

6-21

5

1

5-

9

35c

6-15

5-29

6-14

5-31

6-14

5-31

6-

1

5-20

6-

1

5-20

5-31

$4.04 preferred
$4.12 preferred

A

$1,121/2

6-16

5-29

6-

1

5-20

Travelers Insurance Co.

6-

1

5-20

Triangle Conduit & Cable Co.

(quar.)HHH

WJR The Goodwill Station Inc.

50c

6-10

5-20

■

•

5y2%

preferred

5-16

2

5-15

J60C

7- 2

6-10

$4.50

160c

7-

6-10

Warner

&

Warren

(S. D.),
preferred

{$1.12%

ZZ

7- 2

0-10

{50c

H

Forging

2

7- 2

6-10

35c

7-31

6-30

Corp.—

(Del.)

(quar.)

5-15
5-20

6- 2

8-

.

5-20

1

7-17

6- 2

5-15
1

7-15

7- 5

6-

5- 9

2

6-18

5-31

6-

5

5-19

35c

6-14

5-23

7-

1.

6-11

$1.25

6-

3

5-15

X31V4C

6-

1

25c

$1*25
'$1,

5-14*

6-20

6-29

6-20

5-29

6-20

5-29

6-20

5-29

6-20

6-29

6-

2

5-22

6-13

68%c

6-30

•

5- 2
6- 2

50c

6-13

5-29

8-

1

7-17

6-

2

5-16

lOc

6-16.

5-29

6-

5-21

4

50c

6-18
6-10

40c

62%c

6-12
7-

1

6- 4

5-12
5-15
6-0

25c

8-20

7-25

25c

7-

6-14

(Walt)
$1.37ya
3iy4C
62'/2c

$1.12ya

Swasey Co. (reduced)
(quar.)

(quar.)
(quar.)

6-30

6-10

25C

(quar.)

6-20

fl- 2

$iOc

25c

Quarterly

5-15
5-15

7

6-2

12y2c

(quar.)

common

2

15c

(quar.)
preferred (quar.)

Wire

7-

10c

Industries Corp., $1.25 pfd. A
(quar.)
Warner-Lambert Pharmaceutical Co.—

$4.50

6-

&.31

)

I
Z

Ward

Washburn

6- 6

25c

Common

I

5-15

6-28

4oc

(quar.)

Disney Production see Disney
Ward Baking, common
(quar.)

6-

5-14

2

- •

(quar.)

Walt

5-29

1-15

5-28
6-

fl2y2c

HI
•

•

Wagner Electric Corp. (quar.)
Waite Amulet Mines, Ltd
Walgreen Co. (quar.)

25c

2-1-59

.

<

5-12

t20c

7-15

10-15

$j'o3

5-26

4-15

11-15

l

$1 05

5-26

2

11-29
1

65c

I

9

6-

*

5-15

8-15

8-

$1,011

6-23

$1.14

6- 1
6-31
8-30

<

$150

6-

4-15

6,

5-20

$1,371/,

.

6-16

6- 2

1

lli

$125

5-12

$1,061/4

191/,,

rq.

6% preferred (quar.)
Vogt Manufacturing Co. (reduced)
Vulcan Mold & Iron Co.
(quar.)

Walker & Co., class A
Common
(quar.)

6-

™

Virginia Telephone & Telegraph Co.—
Common
(quar.)
5V2% preferred (quar.)
I
I
Virginian
Railway,
common
(quar.)

5-16

8-27

5-20

75c

(quar.)

4-15

5- 9

17%c

(quar.)

$5.00 preferred (quar.)
Virginia Hot Springs, Inc

5-29

5-26

6-10

30c

(quar.)
(quar.)

6- 2

6-11

6-13

22%c

(accum.)

35c

Steel

I

(quar.)

$1,061/4

1,

6-13

aqc

Virginia Coal & Iron (quar.)
Virginia Dare, Ltd., 5% pfd.. (quar.)
Virginia Electric & Power, common
(quar.)

preefrred

7-

65c

(quar.)

5-15

1

62>Ac

37%n

1

7-

5-15

95c

~

H

1

6-16

2

87%o

(quar.).

common

6-

"

6- 2

0-15

6-

ton

6-

6-16

1

87%c

(quar.)
(J. B.) Co.—
class A preferred (quar.)

Chemical Co.

6-16

87%c

(quar.)

Vanadium-Alloys

5-23

30c*

60-

I

H

5%

(quar.)HH

HH

Sciver

5%

5-16

fic

(quar.)
Butane Service—

Horn

Preferred

5-23

6

$2

Van Raalte Co.

25c

11111™

6-29

25c

Van

5-15

1

2

125c

preferred

5-15

$1

Co

6-16

25c

$5.50

6-1

30c

(quar.)

Williams

Valley Mould & Iron,

6-

30c

HI

(quarj

25C

&

9

6-

50c

6-20

5-

6
6

75c

jquarj_

(quar.)

7-

5-31

66-

7-

Upper Canada Mines, Ltd.
Upson Company (quar.)

35c

(quar.)

Corp., Ltd.—
Class A (quar.)
Class B (quar.)
4V4% preferred (quar.)
5% preferred (quar.)
Transamerica Corp. (quar.)
Transue

preferred

6
6

Finance

20c

conv.

6-

1

7-* 1

,

—

0-

25c

*

(quar )

1

20c

Winding Co

1

6-10

6-11

6-

6(»

(quar.)
(quar.)

1

Co.—

1

_

Co.

Corp.

7-

6-19

6-11.

7

7- 1'

-

81.12/2

75c

1

_

90c

Insurance
Marion

7-

50c

5-22

7

6-16

II

common—

'

preferred

$1.25
$1,391/3
25%'

5-19

7-

jqc1

«i

(quar.)

$1,121/2

25C

I

preferred (quar.)
preferred (quar.)
Scale

6

2

50c

HHH

$4.20

(auar.)

preferred

6-

6-

"

preferred' (quar.).
$3.50 convertible preferred
(quar.)
Universal Consolidated Oil Co.
(quar.)

$1.273/2

1

5^16.

22V2c

'

qqo

(quar.)

7-

1

soc

.......

30c

6-

(quar.)_____

~

Common

Pipe Line-

dividend)

Bearing

Corp.

Common

25c

Roofing (quar.)
Time,
Inc.
(interim)

7-18

5-

oil

of

1

1

$1.3iy4

5-29

6-

ilc

$1 75.

A

5-23

15c

I

Co.

preferred

5-

6

6-20

6-13

(quar.)
(quar.)
Pennsylvania-1—

5-31

6-

5-21,

7-10

-I__IHIIII

6-16

1

5-15

7-

(quar.)
Corp—
(quar.)

7-

11-15

7-1

~

Whelan

1

$1.24

(quar.)

1

4'/2%

7-

$1.35

(quar.)

88-

3-31

6

__HJ
°

(quar.)

(quar.)

6-

6-

8-15

1

/

Co.-,

(quar.)-

U. S. Rubber, common
8% 1st preferred

7-

5c

Thriftimart, Inc., class A (quar.)

6-

cY' Pri"tln5 & Lithograph
5% pref. A

6- 2

1

2

apiAc

United Telephone

7-

2

9-

6- 2

~

6-16

2

6-

I

HH

(quar.)

6-13

2

5-12

12-

$2.50'

HI

U. S. Steel Corp., common
United Steel
Corp., Ltd.

7-

1'

5-31

20c

'

Pipe & Foundry CoI"(quarI)~I__I
Playing Card Co. (quar.)

$1,061/4
$1.15

__w_

_I

common

37c

8-

5- 8

'

Oil

&

Thompson Products,

B

5-29

30c

Natural Gas

preferred

S.

$1,121/2

(quar.)_H_I

Co.

6-

I

pfd."

IT..-!!!

(quar )"!_
Textiles, Inc., common (quar.)
I
4%
preferred A
(quar.)__
Thatcher Glass Mfg.
(quar.)
4%

S.

$1.25

(quar.).

Pacific Coal

Class

U.
U

7-

$1,371/2

HH

Producing Co. (quar.)

Common
Texas

5-17
5-20

25c

Sulphur

(N. J.)
Lumber Co

$1,671/2

(quar.)

25c

6-14

7-15

5-28

6-13

pfdI~("s~-a)HH

(quar.)

Lines

S.

7- 2

'

preferred

25c

U.

$1.461/4
$1.43%

___

(quar.)

5.40%

Gulf

U; S.

6-10

5-14

7-

preferred (quar.)

1

(quar.)__

com;

(quar.)

preferred

5-26

Texas

5-29
6-15

1

5-29

1

Machinery Corp.

5%

6-30

$1.16i/4

Inc..—

6-16

7%
preferred
U. S. Hoffman

2

7- 2

15c

(quar.)
(quar.)

4.96%

5-15

8

5-29

(quar.)/i

B

7-

I-IIIIII™™™

6-10

6-13

5

6-27

7-

15c

Co., class A (quar.)
(quar.)
®yPsuni Co., commont, (quar.)_

Class

$1.02j/3

(quar.)

1

70c

5-

6-12

$1.16

(initial)

7-

Gulf

1

5-

35c

_Z".

income)
Transmission Corp.—

Gas

6-

6-27
6-

15c

IIIIH
"
IIII!

investment

Common

8

$27c

preferred

Fund

5-

1

15c

(quarj

preferred

(From

(quar.)
Casualty Co., 45c conv.

United

(quar.)
(quar.)
5%
preferred (quar.)
4.75% preferred (quar.)
4.50% preferred (quar.)
Texas

6-

50c

oap

Foil

8

5-23!
5-23

$1 12>A

common

S.

5-

6-10

ouo

t

U.

6-16

4-30

6-12

$L06 /4

(Quar j~H

Envelope Co. (quar.)_____

9

5-2ff

5-31;

40c

~

S.

5-

6- 6

6-13

Ltd.—

U.

6-10

3;

791/p

6-16

1

5-28

6-20*

50c

_

S.

15c

"IIIIHII

~

Transmission,

5-31
5-31

7-

5-14

6-10-

c •

10c

.-™__™H

Y'aY' p?°raXp ^ Chemical»
4V2% preferred

$3c

dividend

5-31

60c

5-15

.1
*

5-30

Co

'

1

50c

_

ZZZZZZZZ
ZZZZZZZZZZZ

Company (quar.)

6-

Spindale Mills,
(quar.)

Class
(quar.)
ZZZZZZ.

B

2

"•5-14

UnitlTv

1

7-

tior

United New Jersey fpr depositary expenses
RR. & Canal (guar.)

5c

ZZZZZZZZZZ I
4.50% 2nd preferred
(quar.jlHH IIIIH
5% 2nd preferred
(quar.)
ZZZJZZZZ

60c

(quar.)

preferred

6-

5.10%

preferred

30y2c
$0.4315

36c

(quar.)

(quar.)

5%

$1

6

5-28

135c

(q~u~a"r!7I"

(quar.)
(quar.)

33c

(quar.)

common

common

3

6-

preferred

$1.05

common

Sons

6-

5-15

5.12%
5.25%

HUH

(quar.)

Sperry Rand Corp.,

(quar.)

(auar )

(quar.)

preferred

(quar.)

preferred

$1.15

(quar.)™™ I

(quar.)_
Southwestern States Telephone, com.
$1.44 preferred
(quar.)
Chemical

preferred

5.10%

6-30

$1.10

preferred ($25 par)

preferred

4.90%

5-

7-15

97 Vic

preferred ($25 par)

$1.32

5-20

6-10

$1.06(4

4.36%

4.20%

6-30

$1.03%

H

4.40%

Spencer

preferred

'

5-29
5-29
'

561/4

American deposit rets,
for ord. regis, (final
for the
year ended Dec.
31, 1957 of 10%
plus a special of 3% %* from
capital re•
serves
free of British
income tax but

5-15

6-iar
6- 2

7-15

25c

•_

ZZZZZZZZ
HH"

ZZZZZZZZ

Quarterly
Molasses,

6-

profits

Illuminating

United

5-12

4c

~

92 Vic

IIII

(quar.)
(quar.)

preferred

4.65%

45c

(quar.)

preferred

5-29

12 %c

(quar.)

4.40%

6-30

6-26

3

$1

com.

(quar.)
(quar.)
(quar.)

6-20

6-

41 %c

(quar.)

preferred

I~"~

(quar.)

preferred

preferred
preferred

4.64%

(Dallas)" ("quarj
common

(quar.)

preferred

4.25%

4.60%

5-29

5-29

6-17

33c

(quar.)""

(quar.)

5-23

3

1

8c

Transmission,

5-20

6-

7-

25c

preferred
(quar.)_
Gold Mines Ltd. (s-a)I__I

6-30

6-26

6-17

6-

5-31

6-27

40c

(quar.)

Quarterly T^nCe C°' °f America

6-17

1

(Canada),"Ltd!"

From investment income..
Tennessee Gas

B

U

5-29

1

7-

f27c

6-10

2

6-10
7-

50c

6-10

Jfr°m securities

6-16

65c

Teck-Hughes
Television-Electronics Fund, Inc.

Texas

(quar.)

Southwestern Life Insurance

"(quarT

6-16

35c

(quar.)

^ ifr/Gas improvement, common (quar.)
4%% preferred (quar.)
•**./—
United Funds, Inc.—
United Science Fund—
5c from net
investment Income and 2c

6-30

1,6-13.

5-31*

6-16

Corp.. (quar.)

United Industrial
Corp

,;-6- 2

5-15
5-22

«l 12VA

(quar.)_
(quar.)

United

6-13

6-16

6-16

HHH.

'

Ltd., class

United Elastic
Corp.
United Electric Coal

tt

5-31

6

6-10

Co.—

5-16

'125c1

^ >

•

(s-a)

preferred

Carton

Glass

5-26

;

5-15*

6-6

75S

4A2 $ Preferred A, (quar. )^_
United YHp- (Pr°m n,et investment income!
Corps.,

6-

'25c

conv.

4.10%

5-16

&

&

of. America,
(quar.)

6-10

t$1.25

common

Carson

75c

(quarjj™

4.25%

5

&

25c

_I

,

3.90%

5-29

30c

~~

:

(Initial)

preferred" (quar.)I™

4.15%

Pearson

26V2C

1

Co.

preferred

5-

6-12

{50c

(quar.)

Investment

5-29

50c

25V2c

non-cumulative preferred (quar.)
Southland Paper Mills (s-a)
Southwest Gas Corp., common
$1.20 convertible prior
preferred"(quarj""
Southwest Natural Gas
Co., common
$6
preferred A (quar.)
I
Southwestern Electric Service
Co.

3.70%

5-29

Texas

(quar.)
Southern Railway Co.—
Common (quar.)

ern

4-29,

1

5%

(initial)

Southern Company < quar.)
Southern Nevada
Telephone

Southwestern

5

6-

50c

•

,

6-

30c

I

Edison—

non-cumulative

5-13

10%

15c

4.32% preferred (quar.)
Southern California
Water, common
4%
preferred (quar.)
I
4(4% preferred (ouat.) *. ..."
.
5.44 % " preferred
(quar.)
J
HIHH

5%

Taylor,
4.32 %

6-10

45c

Tampax, Inc. (quar.)

5-14

50c

preferred (initial
quart~erly)™IIII
original preferred
(quar.)

Pacific

5-15

6-12
6-10

7-

6c

5-15

6-14

25c

4.78%

Southern

0-10

55c

10%

6-17

35c

(reduced)

Common

7-

10c
_

6-1&

I

U.

Symington Wayne Corp. (quar.)_
Syracuse Supply Co.
(quar.)

7c

(quar")

(quar.)

preferred
preferred

5-14
5-23

5-15

15c

IHII

30c

(quar.)

preferred

4.88%
4.78%

2

6-14

5-15

6-

6-

5-12*

J25C,

tt

'

Superior Propane, Ltd.,
$L40~pfd!
Sutherland Paper Co.
(quar.)
Sylvanite Gold Mines, Ltd.

30c

(quar.)_

Gold &

6-

5-30

5-26

6-

2

20c

I
Petroleum~~(sIa7

International

38 %c

Development Co., cl." B
Southam Company, Ltd.
(quar )

5',c

2

10c

(quar.)

Texas

4.08%
4.24%

7-

6-10

45c

HI"

dividend'

Southern

Sunshine Biscuits
(quar.)
Sunshine Mining Co

70c

5-16

281/sC

31 i/4c

South Bend Lath Works
(reduced)
South Penn Oil Co. (quar.)
South

5-30

ordinary

J

preferred
Socony Mobil Oil Co. Inc.
South American

Sunset

5-13

2

75c

ZZZZZZZZ

(quar.)
(quar.)_

$1.55

*

5-13

1

7-

Fund—

preferred

Aircraft

66-

«2y2c

I

H

Morgan) Co. (quar.)
Snap-On Tools (quar )
I
Sonotone Corp., common
(quarjllll

Solar

8

1

6-

6-

3

Board
Can

I

(quar.)

50c

Z-ZZZZ

(quar.)

6-

5(4%

6-16

50c

quar,

Co.

6-10

■

7-

5-27

25c

(quar.)

preferred (quar.)
preferred (quar.)

*

6-16

8-15

6-10

25c

5 20^ Pfd-

Mid;Continent Oil,

4v2%

United

(Canada)

8

70c

(S.

$1.25

6-27
~

United

9-18

Corp.

30c

Ltd.-(quar. )-•-•-*

5-

l$1.25

_

Beneficial interest
*£h«e-& French Laboratories

Smith

6-10

U5c

__

(quar.)
B.)

7-20

Oil

0-14,
12-15

2

6-

6-2*

+ocrt

com.

9-30

1

6-16

A

mi1.tedBlscVit C°.
$4.50 preferred

12-31
7-

0-16

^

Inc

5-16

6-30

,

20c

Sto
12"Ae

United Artists

56c

(quar.)-Z~ZZZZZZZZZZ~

25c

^

•fkld"er- Chuck Co'
Smith (Edson

Sun

4-15

6- 2

6-15

20c
.

(quar!)™™™
class A (s-a) HH

Corp.

5-15
*

rLelApl,rn^nt' Ltd(S"E)
Jj

7-19'

6-1

HIH

(quar.)
Lines Inc.
(quar.)

Aircraft

7-19'
7-19

8-15

;

6-1

dividend

OiSSS

7-19*

8-1&
8-15%.

'

..

Co.

United Artists Theatre
Circuit,
5% preferred (quar.)

5-15

t40c

.

62y2c
U5c

_

receipts

2

Jl5c
20c

(quar.)

_

6-

United

5-29

8-15

goiAh,

12v£

5-19
4-18?:

LouTsl^HH

5-28

2

12 % c

(quar.)_

common

BnSUr'^n Assurance Gas'
APropane
Life
Sun

5-15

Stock

Car

5-286-28

~
$1

6-20,
9-20

6-2

87vS

""*

Bill®

7-H

~

5-28

6-13

12'/a c

~~

Oil Co.,

6-13

6-

9

35c

(quar.)

(quar.)
Terstegge

(Di .Ai)

*

20c

(quar.)

-Sinclair Oil Corp.
(quar.)
Singer Mfg. Co. (quar.)___!

B

Stratton &

6-9

Coal

5-28

25c

(quar.)_

(quar.)

Broadcasting Co.,

Class

9

&

Corp.

5-20

25c

common

2nd preferred
preference
(quar.)

Stonega Coke

6-13
6-

5-29

*$1.31

CoIIIIIIIIIIII

&

convertible
prior

Air

5-

5-12

10-ilA

*i«f»

I

Gas

43 %C

Whatley, Davin
btokely-Van Camp, Inc.,
5-/o

1

(quarlj

A

commoii~~(q"u~a~rl7

i-15

6-

preferred

(quar.)

Stockton,

5- 5

United

$1.25

Baer & Fuller,
preferred (quar.)

Increased
61c

(quar.)

A

(reduced)

r

25c
/.25 c.;

2

2

5-26

SI

•1

Simon (H.) &
Sons, Ltd.—"
5% redeemable preferred
(quar.)__
Simonds Saw <fe Steel

;

5-22

6-

6-11

15c

~

5% preferred (quar.)
Silverwood Dairies,
Ltd., class
Class B (quar.).
Simmons Co.- (quar.)__

'

5

2

7-

20c

.

preferred
A
(quar.)
Sigma Mines (Quebec), Ltd
—• —
Signal Oil & Gas Co., class A
(quar.)
Class B (quar.)
j_
'
Signode Steel Strapping, common

.

*

6-

5

$2.44

-

,

6-

8

7-

$1.25

...-.i

(quar.)

Power

7-

B

$1.25
J30c

Sterling Trust Corp.
(Toront~o~)~7quar.)
Stern & Stern
Textiles, Inc.. 4%% pfd. (q7fa~rl)~
Stetson (J. B.), 8%
preferred (quar.)
Stewart-Warner (quar.)

5-26

A,

Class

5-29

6-13

6-29

6*2

90S

■

(quar.)

Corp. of
(quar.).
(quar.),

Tank

45c

St^lnLPfrecisi™CorP- 5% Pfd"!A~"(quarlfl
5%
preferred C (quar.)

5-26

6-16

15c

(quar.)

(quar.)__._

Pacific

8

15c

(quar.).

■Siegler Corp;

11-

13%%

(quar.)

Breweries, Ltd.

1

i56%c

Traciin~g~~(~final)

Shulton, Inc., class

12-

6-16

&

Union

25c

Sterling Aluminum Products""(q~uar.)
Sterling Drug (quar.)

Stix,

Mfg. Corp. (reduced)
Sherwin-Williams Co., 4% preferred

Shopping Bag

Sterchi Bros. Stores

£

1:50c

(quar.)

Transport &

Shenango Valley Water

9

8-

30c

_

Co™

(quar.)
Pen, class

A.)

5-

1

5%

(quar.)

preferred B

Sheaffer

Shell

A

5-

1

22c

dividend)™™

(stock

1

69-

12 y2 c

_

Oil

5-29

6-10

HIH

(quar.)

common-(quar.)

(quar.)
preferred (quar.)

5%

5-15

5-26

CK1B

f2*i:

Common

Union

2

6-10

Aim

65c.

Corp.

preferred (quar.)
preferred
(quar.)
■
HI
$4.50 preferred
(quar.)
HHH
Union Gas
System, Inc. (Kansas)—

6-10

$1.25

0-

75c

6-

5-1*

6- 2*

6-2

$4

6-10

30c

_

$2'

,

$3.70

5-16

,6-30

37V2C

(quar.)II™

Steinbe^'s, Ltd., 5V4%

5-12

6-10

7-15

25c

5%
preferred (quar.)
Stedman Bros., Ltd.
(quar.) —I__HI__H

9

6-10

15c

(quar.)

preferred

5-29

25c

Corp.~(init7H)"I™

preferred

6-10

40c

Stecher-Traung Lithograph CorpI—5%
5%

70c

9

5-31

$L25

(quar.)

Carbide

30c

ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ"'

Hotels

5-25
5-10
5-

Inc.

C ass

"

(quar.)

'

7-10
6-10
6- 9

30c

$1

wllfbe

arrears

(reduced)

Servomechanisms,

1

Union Electric
Co;,
$3.50 preferred ;

Uarco,

8c

75c

_

cleared by end of this vear.
Scrrick Corp., 90c class A
common

Class B

3iy4c

(accum.)
(accum.)

preferred

5%

.__

111111111111111

Seminole Oil & Gas
Co., 5%
5%
preferred

5-25

55c

7

(quar

Delaware
Stauffer Cnemical Co.
(quar.)

9

__

/■

Dmon

5-

7-10

62V2c

(quar.)
™
Corp., class A"~("quaV.)

(quar.)
preferred (quar.)

6-19

25c

_

5-17-

5-28

93 %c

__

Class- B

65c

H"

___

(quar.)
Warner Corp.

State Fuel
Supply Co.
State Loan & Finance

7-10

6-

„

A

Stanley

7-10

6- 2

50c

(quar.)_

common

6-19

$1.25

6-16

15c

/

pfd' (accum >--

"Sr*st-Corp• <qu»r-'—"

25C

~~~

SL75'

(quar.);
preferred (quar.)

5%

5-23?

35c

8-15

8-25

Common

6

9

of Ramt

5-29^

,

1144

(r-a),

5-15

2

PaytMe

25c-

■

$d preferred A (quar.)*,
Tung-bol Eleetric Inc.—
y
;

40c

Jersey)

$1-60 convertible
Standard Pressed Steel

5-16 ;

6-

Assn.

?^nnkUn«yriF0Uoth
Trunkline Gas Co.,

6- 5

I quarl)™!

_____

1

7-10

A

common (quarj
(quar.)
vquttr"'Corp.
preference (quar.)

1

Class

6-20

6

Troy & Greenbuih RrT

87V2C

Co- (Ohio),

Register,

5-23

(quar.)

250*

6-16

pfd. (quar.)_
(quar.)

3%% preferred A
Standard Packaging

6-10

$1.25

preferred B (quar.)
Seaboard Oil Co. (quar.)
Seaboard Surety(quar.)
Sears, Roebuck & Co.

(New

_

6-

Share

(Dallas)

Quarterly

60c

'

Kentucky

6-

I HI

(quar.)

r/rd

3/

1
5

15c

of

Co.

3-15

76-

94c

California (quar.)~IIIIH
Indiana (quar.)

6-

25c

(quar.)
(quar.)

A

1

Standard Oil

11-15

50c

25c

of

Co.

3-15

3-15

1%

(quaiv)-A..;
Standard Oil Co. of
Co.

6-15

8-15

HoUsn

Company

50c

Holding Corp., class

Standard Oil
Standard Oil

Name of

TrS,U?iVersal Insurance

1

.

B

t3VAc

HH

preferred

preferred
preferred

Class

9-15

12-

1%

_

Standard'Forgings Corp;

Standard

"

51-16

8-

.

,

9iy4c

(quar.)

$5

~

2

8-

$1
40C

10- 1

12-15

1%

(increased" quarT

common

preferred (quar.)
Standard Dredging, $1.60

5-20

6-10

..

Luanda,

$3.50

6-30

25c

i2y2c

<

$5

Quarterly.
sta"dard

•

5-20

5-29

-

6-16

30c

(stock"divtee'nd)

dividend

t25c

Inc.,- class A
Scythes & Co. Ltd., common
(quar.)
5%
preferred (quar.)
Seaboard Finance Co., common
f

-

9

2

7- l

30c

dividend
""*
Springfield Fire & Marine insurance
(quarj
Staley (A. E.) Mfg., common
(quar.)
$3.75 preferred
(quar.)__
II_I
Standard Accident
Insurance (DetroitI—

9

32y2c

IquarlfH

pfd.
(quar.)_
:

$4.75

5-

2

1

6-

•

Manufacturing, 3.65%

Stock

Holdert

Payable of Reo.

30c

Stock

9

6-

85c

""""

:

1

5-

6-

"

•

•

Williams. (quar.)

Scripto,

811-

2

6-

,

&

8-15
6-

c

$3.40

Scott

-

11-15

c

„

Scovill

-

8-11

34 %c

j.

_

preferred (quar.)
$4 preferred (quar.)

8-11

29%c

Savage Industries, common (quar.)_____HII
$1.30 preferred (quar.)
75c preferred
(quar.)
""
Schering Corp.-, - 5 % convv preferred (quar.)
Schwitzer Corp.
(quar.)
j_
Scott Paper Co., common
(quar.)
I
•

1
1

'

H"

(quar.)

preferred E- (quar.)
Arms (reduced)

Savage

'<

When

Share
(quar )

.

9-

c

2915
29%

C

preferred

pfd. D

-5%%

8

5-8%

9-

15c

(quar.)

6-

5-31

60c

(quar.)

B

-

-

Company

Spokane International RR. Co.
Quarterly
Quarterly
II
6ports Arena (Del.)

'

;

(quar.)

>4%%,. preferred

-

t35|gc

•

vtc.

*

8

t34%c

-__

c;o.,

8

8-

6-31(

Par

Name of

5-

«5iJo

Voting trust certificates common.
San Jose Water
Works, common

-

of Rec.

6-14
9-15

134%c

..

•

'

Payable

tl5c

*

.

5%%
preferred
(quar.)
San. Antonio. Transit*

4%%

Holdert

tl5c

-

.

Common

;'5Vzc/o

When

6-10

6-12

Washington Mutual Investors Fund, Inc.—
Quarterly of 8c and a fiscal year-end capi¬
tal gain distribution of 20c

32C

6-10

5-20

Washington Water Power

76-

1
1

1

6-10
7-

6-14

5-15
5-27

1

6-30

20c

5-26

5- 6

35c

6-

2

5-9

$1.13

6-

2

5- 9

25c

6-10

6-23

28c

6- 1

4.29

Chronicle

The Commercial and Financial
52

.

.

.

Monday, May 26, 1958

(2380)

Name of Company

(quar.)

Waukesha Motor

Waverly Oil Works Co.
Wayne Knitting Mills (quar-)——:

4%

50c
50c

preferred (quar.)
4% preferred (quar.)—.——.———-——
Wesson Oil & Snowdrift Co.—
preferred

(quar.)
Inc., com.

t

10-1
1-1-59

9-15
12-15

60c

4%

4.80%

6- 2
6-1
6- 1

5-15
5-22

eral

5-21.

20c

$5 preferred (quar.)
„v~~——
Coast Telephone Co., common (quar.)

$1.25

$1.50

6-13
5-15

25c
preferred (quar.)
—$1.20
Canada Breweries, Ltd. (quar.)-.--!$30e

6- 2
6- 2
6- 2

5-19
5-19
4-30

4.80%
Western

7- 1
6-14
6- 2
6- 2
7- 1

v; 6-10

(s-a)

guaranteed
Supply,

Auto

(quar.)

common

—

5 %
preferred
<quar.*
$1.25
Westinghouse Air Brake (quar.)
—30c
Westingbouse Electric, common (quar.)—___
50c
3.80% preferred (quar.)-,—-.-i—95c
Weston (George*, Ltd., class A (increased*
tl5e
Class B (increasedj„.
tl5c

.

preferred (quar.)
preferred (quar,);
Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. (quar.)
Whirlpool Corp., common
4(4% preferred (quar.)
2nd

(quar.)

—

50c<,
75c

—

(quar.)

White Motor Co., common

$1.31 V*

preferred (quar.)_——

514 %<
Wickes

(quar.)

Corp.
Oil

Wilcox

&

Wilson

—

Co.

Co.,

&

(quar.*—.——_

common

preferred

$4.25

-

.

—

(quar.)
(quar.)

Bros,

Williams

Wilson

dividend)—

-

.

Williams

15c
•
2%8%
25c
183,4c
35c
25c
S1.0QlA62y2C
8c
8c
35c *
42 %c
$1.50
90cl
$1.121'2
$1.20
$1.10
30c

—

(stock

Co.

Quarterly

•

$$1.50
25c
25c
85c

—

<quar.»_

——-

.

preferred (s-a*——_—
Stores
(monthly*
5%

Bros.,

Winn-Dixie

Monthly

:

Winter & Hirsch,

(quar.)

preferred

7%

Wisconsin Electric Power, common

_

6%

preferred (quar.)
.3.60%
preferred (quar.)
Wisconsin Power & Light, 4%%

pfd. (quar.).

preferred (quar.)—,
—
4.40% preferred (quar.*_,—_—
—
Wisconsin Public Service, common (quar.)—
4.80%

preferred (quar.)
preferred (quar.)

5%

Oil

Wiser

Co

Wood

'

(s-a*

5%

7-15
5-15

owned

The

5-21

Plan.—V-

5-31
5-31

187,

7-15
7-15
6-10
6- 3
5-16

6- 1
5-31
6- 2

5-15
5-15
5-15

7- 1
6-13

30c

corporation, one of the country's oldest and largest commercial
and factoring firms, filed on May 22
with the Securities
registration statement covering a proposed
public offering of 100,000 shares of its $9 par value common stock.
A
nationwide
underwriting group will be managed jointly by F.
This

and Exchange Commission a

and White, Weld & Co.

Eberstadt & Co.,
The

(quar.*

12'/ac

6-30

6-13

(quar.*

62V2c

6-2
6-3
6- 7

5-5
5-20
5-19

3%
25c

6-10
6-13

5-12
5-29

dividends,

to Talcott's general

funds.

50c
40c

W.)

(F.

Iron Co.

Woodward

(F.

Woolworth

(quar.*—

Ltd.,

W.)

deposit receipts*

(quar.*

pref.

6%

IL.——

(s-a*____

Publishing Co. (quar.)
Mfg., 5% prior preferred

—,—

redeemed

be

at

1

June

on

$102

Monthly
Wuriitzer Co.

6676-

$2.50
25c
25c
10c

share plus this dividend),
—
Wrigley (Win.), Jr. (monthly*———
(quar.*_

more

factored by Talcott in
compared with $635,000,000

and

financed

than $748,000,000,

Net income last year was $1,748,000,

equivalent after preferred

$2.6L per share on the 596,584 shares of common stock
at the year's end.
In 1956 net income amounted to $1,433,000, or $2.19 per share on the 585,699 shares then outstanding after
allowing for preferred dividends.

'

per

receivables

of

volume

amounted to

1956.

processed in the first three months of 1958 were $184,799,000. compared with $169,433,000 ir.
the similar period of 1957.
Net income in the first three months of 1958 was $459,000, or 68 cents
Receivables

1
2
1
1

5-20
6-20
5-14

after preferred dividends, based on the 601,467 shares out¬
the quarter's end. In the first quarter of 1957 net income
or 61 cents per share on the 586,893 shares then

share

per

standing at
Cab

Yellow

6'

Co,,

7-31
6-16
6-16

6- 2

}30c

8-1

7-2

-—i56V4C

8-1

7-2

6-30
6-10

6-12
6- 2

(quar.)_

(quar.)
(quar.),

Sheet &

Tube
Yoiuigstown Spring & Wire
Youngstown

37%c
$1.25
50c

pfd,

eonv.

—

7-10

amounted

5-16

Ltd.,

common

4ureferred

—-

(auar.*

—

(initial.)

Zenith Radio Corp., new com.

50c
15c

(quar.)

Ziegler Coal & Coke

outstanding.—V. 187, p. 1939.

resident

•

Canadian funds, tax deductible
15% ; resident tax 7%.

in

^Payable
-

at the

income

Less British

j

Previous published date was incorrect.
The
date and/or record date Is indicated here.

xLess

in U. S.

tPavable

tax.

income

Jamaica

corrected

payment

rax.

Elected

Inc.—Banker
President

Legros,

and

to

Up—

,

Sales

—

—V.

Corporation and

187, p.

1958
1957
$16,544,497 $14,526,441

this

Federal Power Commission has

....

(Continued from page 10)

.

and

will

who

employees,

share.

per

receive

the

22, 1957,
and intends to
and pro¬
moters have purchased 90,000 shares of stock at $1
per share.
Man¬
agement officials also have received options for the purchase of 360,000
chares at $1 per share ior a period of five years from Dec. 1, 1957.
•They include Ryan Walker Martin. Board Chairman, of Lexington,
The

and

Harold

President,

Pitser,

Lee

Raleigh.

of

N.

proceeds

stock

the

of

Mobile Homes for dealers on

secured basis.

a

the

Securities

and

debentures

year

This

fund

will

be

designed
for

Broaci

Street,

The

on

issue,

iiling

in

10,

with
the

its

the

carry

maturity

SEC

1978.

in

about

company's

porate

purposes

addition

In

tend

and

ment

of

will

at

to

sale

of

increase

to

to

The

corporation
at

with

on

proceeds

the

from the

part

a

Rapides Parish, La.

186,

4C5.

p.

with

the

SEC—

SEC

an

additional

an

Indenture

of

Trust

amendment

800
Plan

sale

for

C;

600

to

par¬

Engineering, Inc., Arcadia, Calif

Files—

the

working capital.—V.

The company

on May

provision for preferred
dividend

ex¬

its present bank' loan arrange¬
Manhattan Bank.—V. 187, p. 2007.

letter of ontification with the SEC

a

10-year convertible debentures,
of

$100

or

$500

and

series A.

87,000

to be

shares

the balance,

acquire

liabilities.

current

BUSINESS—Company

was

incorporated March

15,

of

1941, in Wash¬

Its general offices are located at Boeing Field, Seattle,
is engaged primarily in scheduled local service air

ington.
The

company

Wash.
trans¬

property and mail in the States of Washington,
Idaho on routes authorized by a Certificate of Public
Convenience and Necessity issued by the Civil Aeronautics Board, and
designated therein as Route No. 77.
CAPITALIZATION GIVING EFFECT TO PRESENT FINANCING
portation of
Oregon
and

persons,

Outstanding

Authorized

stock

$1) — —.

(par

:!:$2,000,000
£2,000,000
275,000

$2,000,000
company
—
2,000,000
stockholders———275,000

•

stock are reserved for issuance upon the
outstanding one year option dated Oct. 1, 1957 held by

shares of common

20,554

exercise of the

Dallas

277.371V2 shs.

"500,000 shs.

—

loan:

bank—

to

from

Loans

& Co.

Rupe

dated Sept. 17, 1957, between
National Bank and American
loan, agreement provides for
a total loan to the company of $4,000,000 of which
$2,000,000 is being
contributed by said bank and $2,000,000 is being contributed by said
insurance company.' Ilie portion of the loan contributed by the bank
is evidenced by notes bearing interest at the rate of 5 %% per annum,
payable semi-annually beginning March 1, 1958, which notes provide
lot' the repayment of principal in semi-annual installments of $200,000
beginning Sept. 1, 1959 and continuing until paid. The portion of the
loan
contributed by the insurance company is evidenced by bonds
t Loan

company,

National

provided for by loan agreement
as borrower, and Seattle-First
Co., as lenders. Said

Insurance

at the rate of
per annum payable semi-annually
March 1, 1958, which bonds provide for the repayment of
in semi-annual installments of $200,000 beginning Sept. 1,
1964 and continuing until paid.
The entire indebtedness evidenced by
said notes and bonds is secured by a chattel mortgage on all aircraft
now owned by the company and by assignments of all interest of the
company under its contracts with Fairchild Engine <fc Airplane Corp.
and Rolls Royce, Ltd. covering the purchase of new aircraft and spare
engines; as. further security the company is obligated to give the
lenders chatW-mortvavps on each of the new F-27 aircraft and spare
Rolls Royce engines forthwith as the same are delivered to the company.

beginning

principal

balance of bank and insurance company
scheduled for period June through September

of

I Disbursement

each)

($1,375,000
-V.

•

187,

loan

1958.

780.

p.

Electric Co., Inc.—Sells

Western

Subsidiary—

negotiations have been completed for the purchase of
Westrex Corp.,
a
wholly-owned subsidiary of Western Electric Co.,
by Litton Industries, Inc., it was announced jointly by the two com¬
panies on May 20.
The purchase price was not disclosed. The two
companies are working out the details of the transaction such as a
patent
license
agreement
and continuation of Westrex'
present
Employee Benefit Plan.
It Is contemplated that both of these matters
will be completed prior to the projected closing date of Aug. 15.
Preliminary

not

arrearage

applicable

dividends or Federal income taxes. Pre¬
to $160,716.
Federal income taxes
a
loss carryforward of approximately

amounts

of

because

1957

$3,071,794.

First
In

sales this year totaled

quarter

$9,935,695

as

against $5,817,900

1957.
All

company

according to
—V.

186.

W.

with
p.

divisions operated profitably during the first quarter,
H. Coleman, President.
Present order backlog is $45,additional 814,000,000 under negotiation, lie stated.

an

1310.

United Air Lines, Inc.—Awards Building Contract—
$975,000
contract .for
construction
of
a
jet
engine
overhaul
at San Francisco International Airport has been awarded by
corporation to Haas & Haynie of San Francisco. Calif.
The building, to be located at United's 128-acre maintenance base
A

stock (par $i> to be offered initially at $2 per share to stock¬
holders to satisfy negotiable stock warrants now outstanding.
Warrants
are exercisable on or before Feb. 1, 1961.
No underwriting is involved.

will

offices in
line of
for the

it specializes in the distribution
equipment for the motion picture and
phonograph record industries. Westrex' gross income in 1957 was over

motion
and

tjicture

industry.

Domestically

servicing of sound recording

The

pending sale is

in

compliance with the provisions of the

Final
24,

Judgment of the U. S. District Court for New Jersey entered on Jan.
1956 in the United States versus American Telephone & Telegraph
and
—V.

Western

187,

p.

Electric Co.,

Inc., and is subject to

Co.

the Court's approval.

2160.

Wisconsin

Bankshares

Corp.

—

Special

Offering

—

A

offering of 8,395 shares of common stock (no
par) was made on May 21 by Robert W. Baird & Co.
at $23 per share, with a dealer's concession of 50 cents
per share.—V. 186, p. 1893.

special

building

The

international
35

foreign countries.
Westrex distributes and services abroad a
communications products, including Teletype, and equipment

$13,000,000.

3-month figures for 1957 are not available as certain
losses, reported later last year, were partially chargeable
first quarter operations.
However, the 12-month loss for 1957

Comparable

was

will bring to the Litton structure an
organization of some 1,300 employees with

purchase

marketing

Profit for Quarter—

10 announced a first quarter profit of $293,002

are

cor¬

to

other

The

program.

plan's

company

stock now offered

common

to

additional capital required by

%

nonrecurring

general

is being offered by the company in
in the amount of $350,000, of said new
said loan agreement. The funds provided
by this financing will be added to the general funds of the company
and will be available for working capital and the day to day operations
of the company, such as payment of payrolls, accounts payable and
The

participating

unit, through White & Co., St. Louis, Mo.
proceeds are to be used to pay bank and other notes payable and
187, p. 780.

for

prospective

of its construction

debentures,

in denominations

filed

16

ferred

$50,000,000
Chase

May 8 filed

$31,400 of 6%
par

$1,750,000.—V.

covering

Fund

before

Southern Syndicate, Inc., Atlanta, Ga.—Files With SEC

Issued

is

The corporation on May 7 filed a letter of notification with the SEC
covering 58,600 shares of common stock (par 10 centsi and $293,000 of
6%
5-year convertible debentures due June 1,
1963 to be offered in
units of 100 shares ol common stock and $500 of debentures at $510

000,000.

covering

Red

$3,800,000.

and for financing

$25,000,000

May

12

Y.

use

on

statement

90

June

offices

to hold an information meeting lor
at Guaranty Trust
Co. of New York.

Natural

project

Commonwealth

in

Tuttle

sinking

a

capital.

tional

,

to

Southern

the

Twin Coach Co.—Reports

will

plans
7,

the

pipelines,

units in Commonwealth Fund Indenture of Trust Plan A:
300
participating units in Commonwealth Fund Indenture of Trust
Plan B; and 400,000 Theoretical units.—V. 185, p. 2496.

bidding.
which

completely by

for

July

York, N.

New

July

on

issue

plans call

bids

competitive

at

debenture

the

retire

to

company

bidders

sold

straight

opening

of

The

preparing to file a registration statement with
Exchange Commission covering $30,000,000 of 20-

be

to

a

tentative

Present

end

is

crossing

two 24-inch

ticipating

per

Southern Natural Gas Co.—To Issue Debentures—
company

of

registration

units

will

sale

for purchase of receivables secured by

This

build

5,240 feet long, across the Red River in

corporation

The

its

C.

be used as follows. $1,525,000
Mobile Homes, or other collateral,
and $275,000 ior working-capital, reserve, etc.
The management plans
Initially to purchase
negotiable notes secured by conditional sales
contracts, chattel mortgages and similar security instruments covering
Mobile Homes sold at retail,
and to finance wholesale purchases of
Net

pipeline

a

will

Trusteed Funds, Inc.—Registers With

organized under Delaware law on Nov.
operate a finance business.
The organizers
was

company

of

construction

authorization, Trunkline

cost

Estimated

of

commission

the

to

~

.

the

bearing interest

granted temporary authority

Louisiana.

in

each about

.

selling

a

for

company

River

Under

10c

-

1939.

Trunkline Gas Co.—To Construct Pipeline—
The

Investment News
officers

disbursement of

prior to June 1, 1958
lenders dated April 25, 1958),
or

Notes

also Chairman

is

Legros

5 Weeks Ended May 3—

General

company will need the remainder as It
aircraft throughout the balance of the year.

agreement provides,

loan

further

Board—

a

Thriftimart Inc.—Current Sales

Canadian nonresidents tax.

15%

less

funds,

A.

of the Board of The G. A. Boeckling
Co., the Cedar Point Bridge Co., the Cedar Point Utilities Co.,
all
of Sandusky, Ohio, and of the Erie County United Bank, Vermilion,
Ohio. He was formerly Chairman of the Board of Fanner Manufac¬
turing Co., Cleveland, Ohio, which became a division of Textron Inc.
on Jan.
1, 1958.—V. 187, p. 2120.

tax

a

the

however, that as a condition to the
loan to the company, the company shall
(as extended by letter agreement with
have acquired new additional capital in
the form of cash in an amount not less than $500,000, and that on
or prior
to July 1, 1958 the company shall have acquired further new
additional capital in the form of cash in an amount not less than
$250,000 (aggregating $750,000 of new capital). The company has made
other arrangements for the acquisition of $400,000 of such new addi¬
Said

Bonds to insurance

Nod-

source.

and

1953,

12.

May

f

receives delivery of the new

Common

director of The First Cleveland
Corp., Cleveland, Ohio, and the Erie County Investment Co., Sandusky,
Ohio, has been elected a director of Textron Inc.
Emile

for this dividend.

books not closed

c

IBank and insurance company

Mr.

•Transfer

effective May 8, 1958.

to $405,000,

Textron
Zellers,

oecame

$4,000,000 to be repaid in semi-annual principal installments of $200,000 beginning Sept.
1, 1959 and continuing until final maturity on
1969, with interest payable semi-annually beginning March 1,
1908. Oi said loan. $1,250,000 has been disbursed to the company as

to

outstanding

(entire

Worumbo

to

Total
1957
in

(Amer.

sca«;mem

acquisition of six new Fairchild
aircraft on order by the company for delivery during
1958, and related costs, the company entered into a loan. agreement
dated Sept. 17, 1957, with Seattle-First National Bank of Seattle, Wash.,
and American National Insurance Co. of Dallas, Texas, as lenders, for
loans to the company in an aggregate principal amount not exceeding

order

will be added

proceeds of the offering

net

Co.

Woolworth

Wood ward Governor Co.

issue

Talcott, Inc.—Registers Proposed Public Of¬

financing

„

amendeu

suc.i

PROCEEDS—In order to finance the

F-27 "Friendship"

en

fering—

6- 2

Purchase

to the company's Employees Stock

pursuant
1253.

p.

(James)

5-29

registration statement with the SEC on
176,590 shares of its $7.50 common stock,

a

employees of the company and of two whollySylvania Sales Corp. and Victor H. Meyer Dis¬

subsidiaries,

6% subordinated
stock in units of

March 1,

certain

to

tributing Corp.,

5-31

Employee

Products Inc.—Registers

filed
covering

1958,

oifered

originally been planned to offer $600,000 of
due 1970 and 150,000 shares of common

debentures and 25 shares of stock at $125 per unit. A registra¬
statement covering this proposed financing was later amended,

and

With SEC—

corporation
16,

be

to

Petroleum Co.

Woodiey

World

May

preferred (quar.)

conv.

Directors—

Co.,

Electric

Sylvania
Stock Plan

May 1, 1958, the right to

had

-It

George

Insurance

Life

Offered—The corpo¬

12 offered to its common stockholders

$100 of

Olmsted, U. S. A. R., President of United
Washington, D. C., Kenneth G. Donald
of Rogers, Blade and Hili, New York City and Peyton H. Houston of
New York City on May 9 were elected to the board of directors of
Sterling Precision Corp.—V. 187, p. 87.
General

Major

:

Services

3,425,291
2,653,122

debentures

"••-V'%..

V

,

tion

5- 1.;

$1.37%

pfd. (quar.)
(quar.)

& Co. Ltd., 5*2%

(G. H.)

Wooaall Industries, common

bonds,

B

Sterling Precision Corp.—Three New
'

6-12

-

of

account

Canada.

of

6- 2
6- 1

75c
25c
20c

„——b.—.—
class A (quar.)——

....

Conversion

series

6-28

8- 1
8- 1

Wolverine Insurance Co.,

recently called for redemption on June 1, 1958,
the sinking fund, $200,000 of its first mortgage
due June 1, 1982 at 100% plus accrued interest.
Payment will be made at any branch in Canada of the Royal Bank
the

1,139,873
223,728

of
subscribe on or before
May 30, 1958, for 90,000 additional shares of common
stock (par $1} at $4 per share on the basis of one new
share for eacn two shares held (with an oversubscription
privilege). This offering is not underwritten.

corporation

for

511,392

Coast Airlines, Inc.—Stock

lccord

Steinberg's Properties, Ltd.—Partial Redemption—

6%

766,393

1940.

p.

West

187, p. 2007.

Manufacturing Co. above.—V.

Adams

D.

J.

The

7-30

6-20

187,

ration on May
SeC

255,043

income

Net
—V.

proceeds went to selling stockholders.—V. 187r p. 1790.

$41,373,786
31,586,799

taxes

income

Federal

on

29,649,864

after

inc.

oper.

7,967,904

$8,540,080 $10,249,329 $35,910,539

expenses-

oper.

ry.

1958—4 Months—1957

1958—Month—1957
7,053,270

3,754

revenues-

Net

Street Investment Corp.—Merger Cleared—

State

6-10
5-17
7-11
6-16
5-15
5-15

$1.25
$1.26

—

5.04%

Wood

8-20
6-20
6-10
8- 1
7- 1
6- 2
5-31

7-31
6- 1
6-14
6-14
6-14

McDonald

Railway oper.

stock

net

The

4-30

:

RR.—April Revenues Decline—

Period End. April 30—

(par $1) at $9.12y2 per share, with a
dealer's concession of 40£ per share. It was completed.

5-23
5-23
5-23
6-20
6-10
6-17
5-15

5-29

now

Wabash

Corp. — Stock Offered — Straus,
May 15 offered 30,000 shares of

Dredging

Standard

common

6-10
5-15
5-15

,.

ago.

Railway

Blosser &

the

May

comparable

were

company's current

four Funds, not including United Funds
12
totaled $403,000,000,
as
compared to
Mr. Reed reported that sales of new shares
to those of the previous year, and that United
number approximately 165,000.—V. 187, p. 2160.
of

on

year

a

shareholders

the company's gen¬

used

subsidiaries,

its

5-26
5-12
5-12
6-10

7- 1
6- 2
6- 2
6- 9
6-10
6-10
7- 1
6-24
7- 1
6-10

'•-4J/a%

Whiteker Paper

and

Corp.—

Western Tablet & Stationery

6%'

proceeds of

funds

$375,000,000

of property additions and improvements, including those of
during 1958.
Gross expenditures for such purposes
during 1958 are estimated at $13,665,867.—V. 187, p. 2272.

7- 1
6- 2

Special
Western

by amendment.
this financing will be added to
to defray a portion of the

be supplied

to

Ltd.,

Canada,

President,

15.
assets

net

said

He

par),

Net

5-9
5- 9
5-29

—

West

1958,

($100

6-1
6- 1
6-13

28c
preferred (quar.)
—
36c
Indies Sugar (quar.)
—25c
Jersey & Seashore RR., com. (s-a)__
$1.50

$1.44
West

meeting May

program,

19,

are

(quar.)—

West Chemical Products

West

company

6-10
7- 1

Sizable Growth—

fund rose $28,000,000 in the past year,
reported to shareholders at the annual

mutual

this

Reed,

K.

Cameron

filed a registration statement with the SEC on May
covering 30,000 shares of its cumulative preferred stock
to be offered ior public sale through an underwriting
group headed by Snow, Sweeney & Co., Inc., and A. C. Allyn <& Co.,
Inc.
The dividend rate, public offering price and underwriting terms
Tire

5-26
6-16

75c
50c

,

of

assets

Net

Exchange Commission— 1

needs for increased overhaul

meet future

to

1694. -v

p.

United Funds, Inc.—Reports

Co.—Registers Preferred Stock

Gas

Union

Southern

6-1-

«--8

1^°

Inc. (quar.)
& Co., common (qitar.)—
convertible preferred, (quar.)

"Webcor,
Weeden

185, p. 1158.

Offering With Securities and

sides

on three
facilities.—V. 187,

pansion

days subsequent

exercisable within 60

remains

of redemption).—V.

notice

to

Share Payable of Rec.
50°
2~nl
2
25c
5-27
5-15
5?c
7-1
6-18

„

privilege

(convertible

Holdert

When

Par

i

•common

proceeds

real estate

Debentures

stock

on

are

and

the

to

be

used

to

expand

investment

activities

in

the

mortgage field.

are

convertible

basis of

20

shares

be

used

company's jet

anytime before Feb.




this

of

common

for

1,

19G2

each

into

$100

common

debenture

to

overhaul

fleet

-

and

scheduled

reassemble

turbine

for delivery beginning

pletion of the structure is estimated for May, 1959.
The jet overhaul facility, to be 300 by 400 feet, is

engines
next

year.

of

the

Com¬

designed for

ex¬

Zenith

Radio Corp.—Chairman

Commander

E.

F.

McDonald,

Jr.,

Dies—

founder-President

and

more

re¬

cent