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D 11 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1950 THE DAYTON DAILY NEWS PAGE 9 Deaths And Funerals Howard Scliroaf Dies; Veteran Restaurant Man S.erniSW're arranBed Saturday for Howard W. Schroaf, 6.5, of .0 Huffman av.. Dayton restaurateur 41 years, who died Friday at Miami Valley hospital after a short illness. A lifelong Dayton resident, he naa owned and operated restau rants in the East End for the last 40 years at Third and Webb sts.. Records Gone, Title Cleared To Property Common Pleas Judge Charles Lee Mills Friday afternoon cleared the title on 63 acres of land, the original records of which were probably destroyed in a war and in a riot. Dayton Chinese May Be Buried In China Services ai burial for Frank Lee. 53, of 323 W. Monument av., assistant manager of the New Can ton restaurant, are planned to be i ; held in China. j Benny Ginn, manager of the res- j jtaurant and close friend of Mr. Katter, Kahn Named Again By Fair Board WAPAKONETA, Dec. 9.-At a' Rail Issues Pace Trade Mrs. Anna Stark . ; av. and bounded roughly by at 1716 E. Third St.. and 14T!c. . V . I. . " -i Rockhill av.. Lincoln Park blvd oaiuruay ior airs. Anna aiarn, at, , , , , I who died Friday at the Quigley Mr. Schroaf also managed theUnvninr nunc caifiuria during woria war NEW YORK, Dec. 9.-UPI- Crosley Reports $160,000,000 Sales j CINCINNATI, Dec. 8.-.r-Rec-jrrd net sales of $160,000,000 were ..An.'"" y ,ne -rosiey division, avco Grains Make Small Gains CHICAGO. Dec. 9.UBGrains Shn U32 tho UMflrMir rt Toiii Cror-lr II and for the last four years he and had made her home with her was manager of Barney's restau-! daughter, Mrs. Esther Friedrich, rant- ' 1 1411 Wyoming st. A native of Ger- A veteran of World War I, he j many, she had been a Dayton resi-served as a mess sergeant in the ' dent 60 years and was a member artillery. He was a member of: of the Harugari lodge and St. the Fraternal Order of Eagles and! John's Evangelical and Reformed the Loyal Order of Moose, Survivors include his w i f e, church. Other survivors include a son, Cordia B.; a son, Harold L.; twolII(nry of Lima, O., and two grand-sisters, Mrs. Fannie Rasmussen of ! children. Cleveland; a brother, John and several nieces and nephews. Charles Schupple Services for Charles Schupple, 87, of 55 Springfield st. will be Valley Deaths Mrs. Eunice Jane Smith, 78 Troy, formerly of New Burlington; services 2 p. m. Sunday, Neeld fa neral home, Xenia. Stephen Shannon, 80, Piqua; conducted at 1 p. m. Monday at j services 9 a. m. Monday. St. Marys the Morris Sons funeral home, 1809 Catholic church, and military rites E. Third St., by the Rev. Alfred by Edgar Wallace Camp 12, United H. Davies. (Spanish War Veterans at For- Burial will be in Willowview , est Hill cemetery, cemetery. Friends may call at the Mrs. Ada Stebbins, 73, R R. 6, funeral home from 1 p. m. to 9 Dayton, near Miamisburg; services 1 cairi he hart askprl the IT. S. Department of Commerce for a ! reorganization meeting of the Au-j permit to send the body to Honglglaize County Agricultural society, The land, located on Far Hills tKonK. China. He believed thatjMartin Katter, Wapakoneta, promi- other surge of demand for railway 'Manufacturing Corp., for the fis-'eked out small cains azainst de' nrrmcc nn wimiii i im yi h iiipii mhici . . . t , .... - i Hong Kong is British territory. Mr. Lee, a native of Canton, China, had been a U. S. resident 36 years and had worked at the restaurant since 1922. According to Ginn, Mr. Lee Is survived by his wife and an adopts and Shroyer rd., is owned by two sisters in their 70's, Miss Emma G. and Miss Fannie E. LeFevre of 3220 Far Hills av. With the exception of their home and about two acres, they plan to sell the property to Builder Herbert Huber for a business center development. Original title to the property was in an 1813 Federal land deed, attorneys believe was destroyed when the British burned Washington in the War of 1812. Another record of the property ti ac nTvirmVilv HrctrnviH U'hpn thf Cincinnati courthouse was burned j listed in the 1951 edition of "Who's ed son in Hong Kong where they had moved from Canton when the Communists occupied that city. j Dayton Man Listed In College who s who Thomas Bankston, Fisk university senior from Dayton, will be nent Duroc hog breeder, was re- stocks gave the entire market a'cal year ended Nov. 30, it was re- termined opposition on the board elected president, and Harry Kahn lift today. . . v!.. ti(W ,hn w jof trade today. was reelected for a two-year term. Yesterday the railroad group, as Craie ' w',n Drokers having a large ar. 8SvSI"e u measured by the associated press 1 sales totaling S69.0O0.000 were t" ovciage ui jj issues, cumoea 10 made the nrevious iWal vpsp i m.PAtarv .f ih ith. h.hi i.,.i m-i t-.,j.. . ",m'e . lne previous nscai ear mic niur-ai ic-viri nunc idox. i ituay ; said .eu.K ISSUesmUVHl up as mucn; Crai sni(1 ran. as secretary of the society- Merle' Gesler, Union tp., was re elected vice president, and Oliver nrtiru nit (nt-Murm, una uuver as a or so a snare. in(i fr7nr rnmnpirw1 u,t f1 a ":t uunng cany dealings Kuck. Wapakoneta, was reelected Airline shares also enjoved a n" " VfJl Tn.,.. j , .most contracts nevertheless treasurer. flurry of favor but their behavior 1 thLI "J0 above yesterday's close. cumulation of buying orders on e hand at the opening, initial prices cic uij minor i Tactions. j.ney weren't able to extend that ad vance during early dealings, but held LUirinc the rporeani7nhnn spc. was tpnifl in rnmnnnenn with th ' . - . ' c tthrat asam attrartwl mnKf at. sion, the board members appointed : rails. i-, Inf ? doubl its output and 'tent ion and both the May and July r to the ground in an 1849 riot, according to Attorney Bryan Cooper. Judge Mills cleared title because no other claimants appeared and because the sisters had lived on the property 75 years. p. m. Sunday. Friday. Mr. Schupple died 2 p. m. Monday. Lower Miami Church of the Brethren. Frank Krug, 77, Englewood; services church. Autoist Dies In Gir After Attack Services and burial for Ralph Sears. 56, of 2265 Benson dr. who died Friday after a heart attack in i p. m. Aionaaj, ; his car, will be conducted in Iron- ton, O Mrs. Verlic Love Servir.es and hnrial for Mrs . , Cn .1TOO Verlie Love, 43, of 3175 Dryden HoatllS ElSOWllOre IcaWV. S lol at 4:45 p. rd w.U be conducted in Pittsburg, , th 300 block on W Monument K . ' vr av. when he was stricken. The car i-nenas may can at tne resi- yArunu, ivuss.-rrea w. nni, (.ro.spd the street- EOjnfr ovpr the I editor ot the Hamburg, la., Re-1 curb and coming t0 a halt between iP0"61-' itu;n hniMintrs Nn riamapp was dence from 6 p. m. Saturday until 9 p. m. Sunday. Mrs. Love died Friday at her residence after a short illness. A native of Pittsburg, Ky., she had been a Dayton resident six years and was employed at the Troy-Pearl laundry. Survivors include her husband, Emery; her mother, Mrs. Dorcas Spurlock of Dayton; two daughters, Mrs. Vera Gregory and Betty Eversole, both of Dayton, and three grandchildren. Paul J. Faulkner Services for Paul J. Faulkner, 67, of 8125 Hillsdale av., a lifelong EAST RUTHFRFORD N J 'none- He was pronounced dead on Lambertus C. Bobbink, 84. "inter-arrival at Goofl Samaritan hospital, nationally known horticulturist and! Mr' Sears wa'! ernPlo'ed in 7e rose specialist. He was born in : supply-services department of the Arnhem, Holland. jOhio Bell Telephone Co for 34 . I years. A veteran of World War I, M A D R I D Armando Cotarelo he Was a native of Lancaster, O., Valledor, 71, historian and member and had lived in Dayton 20 years, of Ihe royal Spanish language Survivors include his wife, Pa-academy and the royal academy ;tricia; three sisters, Mrs. Harold of history. Mayer of Lancaster. Mrs. Gene- ELIZABETH, N. J. KatherinejMrfi rathrrine Shew nf firrrnville. Elwes Thomas, 93, a Washington pa and New York newspaperwoman. Friends may call at the Whitmer for 50 years, and daughter of Gen. j Brothprs uneral home, 239 N. Lud-George Comyns Thomas, com-i w st fmm nfvin tn 4 n m e Dayton resident, will be conducted ! manding general of the District of I (jay at 9 a. m. Monday at the Whitmer i Columbia throughout the Civil war. ; Brothers funeral home, 239 N.Lud-j AKRON, O. - Major George Z. River R(l. PrO)ertV low st. and at 9:30 a .m. at Queen Hadesty, 31, executive officer of, p. j - C?0"AA of Martyrs church in Northridge. jthe organized army reserves head-TirC LOSS IS t.)UU Burial will be in Willowview - cem-. quarters here LoM WM sp Ja , f firlThr AKRON, O Nathan RosemanJ" P. m. Friday that destroyed 'a teral home from 2 to 9 p. m. Sun-j o gummit C0ln.;duplcx huMm on E. River rd.( jr.j -r.:J.. u:. tv Renuhlican executive commit-'R- R. 11, Van Buren tp. Mr. raumner aiea rnuay mi his : '-- cnth0rn mile n.k j tseavertown fire depart ments Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities." Son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Bankston of 2108 Germantown st., he was recommended for "Who's Who" listing in recognition of the scholarship, character and leadership qualities displayed during his four years at Fisk. - Suspend Publication WINNIPEG, Man., Dec. 9.-(UP) The National Home Monthly magazine, with 325,000 subscribers, will suspend publication this month. D. A. Thompson, president of the Home Publishing Co., Ltd., said the move was necessary be cause ot increasea production; costs and the inroads of American IMfW'L- Atwinac Otto Winemiller, R. R. 1. Waoa koneta, to represent Goshen tp. A vacancy was created in that township when Ross Downing declined to seek reelection after serving years $1 a share. The sharp interest shown in the carriers lilted sales volume to a During the meeting Treasurer 1 ra,e of around 1,200,000 snares, Kuck read the financial statement ih'Shest for any two-hour session of the society for the period from since Saturday trading was re-Dec. 1, 1949, to Dec. 1, 1950. jsumed after the usual summer It showed receipts amounting to i recess. $55,120.11, and expenditures total. I Rail stocks have made a "power ful showing off and on for some weeks. Demand has been whetted by a combination of mounting income derived from a steady in verse in tne movement of mer n,.k.i. . t.k 1.-. ,ne television and radio receiver! MBt,i. ., t 1 ahead somewhat haltingly, with , nm , h p lmul e n'Phs- gains running to a top ot around fl'H television .eta a month, hej Near Livestock Market ing $54,066.96. During the year the society spent about $11,000 on permanent improvements at the fairgrounds. Dow Jones Averages NKW YORK. Dec. .-Uh, -ow.Jon, eloiinu avemges for Dec. S; 8toik- Hgh W cms Nl.Ch. . .. Bi ll 226 74 JJ I,'"1" saw 3.t .ns.07 Transaction In tock used In nvomgea 5y:.,.?.nd,,lr,l, M-W. railroad, m--W0, utilities ;)9,4im; toisi M.1,300 0.110 J.15 -0.18 IM(N KTOCKVAKIIS HKC. . 1S IllK.S "'eipts tiXi. steady to sllehlly tilRnir. j,..., iun. ......,,, 22.VJ50 lbs 25II-2TS lh 27S-30O lh 3"0 lbs. up IWI-thO lbs 1W lbs. down 1 Sows Sta' CATTI.K Near the end of the first hour wneai was uncnangea to "3C 'higher, December $2.34, corn was unchanged to c higher, Decem-jber $1.67' 3, oats were unchanged ito 'ic higher, December 97vic, soybeans were unchanged to lc .ni.35i w.. wi lower, January $2.96, and lard was iti!Si7'Jc ,0 12c 8 hundred pounds higher, i 75i n 25 December $16.85. 1H.75 diiWfi ; ' 17.!HI1.;5 : MHIN (iRAIN AMI I KIIIH ( K U Tt Kr S 1 1 m uow n H.IKIIf lfi.lW 1 13 uu down! I'noice 10 butciifr smers .j:'.ii.(ii ;ii Mi ai.llll28.IK) :'a..'ill0lS6.S(l hinlu A .,i t . j tlood to cliuiio stesrs v..u,,v..o; ...m tujnr, iiiiuiuvni 1 Medium to good steer. a,,, W s,, J"' operating efficiency, and Javorcd 1 iuo? noif tmu-hw netfen s2.6..T.Mlr.i'Sr. treatment under proposed legisla-1 Se!5SS V::::" fiffiffiih CHICAGO, Pec. Wheal ' December ....... March ...T May Julv 8. - iV -Open TiHlav ... i M'i 2 : Closa Ves. 2 33 2 HIT' 2 .171, 2 M'i, 2 30 2 30', magazines into the Canadian advertising field. valSYIurkets PAYING I'HICES I.IVB PODLTKY K(i(iS AND rOULTKV Prices Quoted ov Poultry Producers Assn., Versailles, O. PIIDLTK Live, ngnt fowl 21c Live, heavy fowl 25c Live, frys , , 2Kc Dressed, light fowl 3Kc Dressed, heavy (owl 411c Dressed, frys .,, 47c 1 1 KKKVS Hens, live 41c Toms, live , :oc Hens, dressed ...frOc Toms, dressed 46c -HI In IS Ry IS tjtit Bll SIK """J ......... no. i ""eh ago 1139 Month ago .....115 Vear ago M.i 19M high 118.4 IWid low 97 a l4 high ini 1IM9 low SSU 44.6 84.0 Sd 8 46.1 S3. 7 6;!. 46.5 MB .17.11 42 9.5 fid.O 47.7 S6.0 .IBS 42 2 70 5 411.2 4.1.8 72.2 29 6 ,1h 2 58 0 tion for an excess profits tax law. ('.d 10 rnoire beet cows Rail traffic is expected tO e.X-' fanners and I cutters pand even more as defense pro-1 H,avv bul" trram ante vnMinn LA.MHS l 5llMK0lli''U,,., 1:I5U1H..MI neVember 1 004,20.50; urch0' ., iiiiuiB uir saiucis vrae oanm . Medium good lambs Fe, N. Y. Central, Pennsylvania, i1'0"1011 to medium .. Illinois Central, Atlantic Coast ! WMKK r Line, Northern Pacific, Southern tSmM'eweV:::..:" Railway, Nickel Plate, American Bucks Airlines, United Air Lines, Trans ' Al'v Ks World, Republic Steel, Sears Roe-1 S?Sf, S"":" Coaimon .j:'.ooi:n.iio , 2H.miKj21l.HI . 20.00425.00 Mav Julv Rye December ... Mav Julv Soybeans-January ..... buck, J. 1. Case, Union Carbide, American Wooden, Standard Oil tN.Jj, and U. S. Gypsum. Chrysler, a late starter, tacked earner on $1 a share at one time. . ti.Ollf'l'lt.OO . (1.0041 111.00 I March Mav ..... (Julv .... .$:ii.iHHt;i5.uo; i ,,',1: '17-W i '" December """January 1 17 1 6', 1 BS 1 M 7i 97 i Mi, 8T T 60-Vi 1 .U '-, 1 60s 1 98U 2 974 2 97 2 96 ' SELECT STOCKS PAYI.NO prices LIVK POI1.TKV by Joe Drank Ou, Colored hena Leghorn hens Koosters Hen turkeys Toms, 25-lb. up ....21c ....18c ....18c ....40C .30c residence. He had been employed in the machine repair department at Frigidaire division of GMC for 31 years and was a member of Queen of Martyrs church. Survivors Include his wife, Alpha; swo sons, Robert and Kenneth, both of Dayton; four daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Williamson, Nellie, Evelyn and Shirley Faulkner, all of Dayton; three brothers, Thomas, Raymond and Edmund, all of Dayton; two sisters, Mrs. Helen Deem of Camden and Grace Faulkner of Hamilton and three grandchildren. .j Robert C. Loy Services for Robert C. Loy, 77, Special id The New York Times 'answered the alarm, according to and The Dayton Daily New jTom Page, a member of the Van NEW YOKK. Daniel Moscow, w, president of Wiokersham Press, Inc. Mr. Moscow opened nis print' Buren tp. police department. Families of Dewey Rose and Charles Rose occupied the two ing plant under the name of Daniel japartments." The Charles -Rose Moscow, Inc. The company's ifamily had to be evacuated through name was changed in 1937 to the; the flames. Wickersham Press, which has won j - several awards for excellence in PjflviPf SrnPi'lli iPfl advertising and color printing. j1 JU,""U CAMDEN, Dec. 9. A playlet, PHILADELPHIA William P.! "The Challenge of the Cross," Scott, 73, president of the printing ; which was postponed because of firm of Allen, Lane & Scott since i the weather, will be presented to-1922. morrow at the First Brethren church in Lamden. The Sisterhood CHICAGO-Sparrow E. Purdy, of Mary and Martha which is the (M .i,iHolu knracn in steel railroad aUXiliarV 0 r E a n i Z a tion of the former member of the Journal an'd ccntracting circles. He was j Women's Missionary council, will circulation department, will bejhead of the Purdy Co., railroad have charge of the evening service conducted at 1 p. m. Sunday at equipment dealers, wnicn ne ., -c- r,m . . formed in 1945 after he resigned as the Fairview EUB church at ; presjdent of the Hyman-Michaels Catalpa dr. and Fairview av. ' ic0. Mr. Loy died Friday in New Marriage Ilureau APPMRI) FOR! Vance E. Clawson. 21. of 30 Hess st., snd Arlena Faye Carmack, 21, of 30 Hess PITTSBURGH George Simp-; wiibert wihm Emwn. m. of sio KnOXVUle, U., at tne residence Ot -nn naiichertv 81 nrpsidrnt of the R"mmlt ' "nd "ernlce Elizabeth Bit- ..... .. .. lorn, zn. or M9 Ml his daughter, Mrs. E. R. Kuck, where he had resided since his retirement in 1947. He had worked as a country solicitor in the circulation department from 1936 to 1947. Prior to this he had been a real estate broker at West Alexandria and Sidney from 1916 to 1924. He was a member of the EUB church. Survivors include another daughter, Mrs. Ray E. Hoffman of Day-Ion, owner of the Hoffman Private Nursery School and Kindergarten; one grandson and three greatgrandchildren. Burial will be in Lexington, O. cemetery. Friends may call at the church from noon Sunday until time of services. ! George S. Daugherty Co. and aj Herbert 75 s. 18, Robert (lene Brown, 21. of New Lebanon, and Thelma D. Hunt, 2.1, of 10:13 Walton av. Robert H. WorlmBn, 20. of 40 Vander-grlft dr.. and Melva Jean Durr, 18, of 1311 Miami Chapel rd. Idland st Steinnlger, 39. of ninnepr in the Dackine and dlS-! Wright av.. and Catherine c. Colvin, ;:u...: t A lA Uo .oc'0' Miaml y- Mlamlsburg L1IUU11UI1 in unillli-u iin'M.i. us: wj also president of Ihe Niagara County Preserving Corp. of Wilson, N. Y., canners of fruit and vegetables. Bp The United Press HOLLYWOOD-Actress Evelyn Selbie, 79, veteran of 25 years on the stage and screen. Miss Selbie appeared in leading roles on the stage and began her film career as leading lady for G. M. ( Bronco Billy) Anderson in 1912. She also appeared in "The Squaw Man," C. B. DeMille's first Hollywood movie. Michael F. Healy Trojan Strangles Self In Miami Jail 80, TROY. Dec. 9. George Smith, 79, of 509 E. Canal St., was found; at 6 p. m. yesterday strangled to death in his cell at the Miami county jail. Fellow prisoners and sheriff's deputies tried iorvive Services for Michael F. Healy, him but he was dead on arrival of 345 Park dr. will be con-: the jail physician, Dr. E. R. lorrence. Divorce Court DK.CRKKS ASKHO! WlelrzYkowskl, Martina M., 2249 Valley, va. Joseph, same address. Wheeler. Audrey D.. 4S Walnwrlght, vs. Ted J., care county jail. Campbell. Minnie Kathleen. 1800 Wayne, vs. John C, same sduress. Finds, Lawrence, Wagner Ford, vs. Irene, 723 North. Peel. Thelma. 461 Allwen, vs. William J., 2029 8alem. Estep, filllls, 4224 Freudenburger, vs. Pearl Mae, 50 Hess. Blair, Betty Ann, R. R. 11, vs. Arnold Jr., 2!)iil Hoiman. MH ain. William, 152 (tpragiia, vs. Lucille, 702 W. Third. Weal. Charles, 338 Wyoming, vs. Julia, r.ermanlnwn, IPKTITIONS IIISMISNF.O: Rnsemnnt, Olive vs. A. J. Walker, Veronica Alice vs. Pssket. Rabbita, old 15c Kabbita, young 32c SKI.LI.NO PKICFS IIKKSSF.D POULTRY HtMriessJe Fryers Hens Rooster ...,(,,,,., Ducks Hen turkeys Toms, 20 lbs. up SKI.I.I,U PKH KS-F.lHiS Wholesale Large 4 while (iKAIN Prices ttuoted oy HniOgtei New Carlisle. O. Wheat, No. 2 red, bu. Corn. No, 9 yellow, ion lbs. Beans, No. 2 yellow, bu Oats, No, 2 wrote, new SKI. I IS Timothy seed 4c ..4t)tM.j(: 35c 57c. Bile 50c Blevalurs, NEW YORK, Dec. Bales nigh Low Clnse .. 100 fi',t 46 U 4tH, .. tWO 27S ..1S1KKI 3) .. 3ISI 7fi-., .. 1 1 HI ;w, .. BOO 57'), .. 12IHI 11 , ..17DO0 11: JUKI 40 2.0U . 2.10 . 2.65 . .W 44. uu ..fi.ltl l.au 5 Oil MHOI.KMALK PHOOlt E ttUUTAriUMB BI It Ollice Bto Co., VhliK'I'AHI.f.S vat rule twasueai, ou. Cel., crata .......,,, Leaf, Oaskel Hothouse Gar i ic. new. Cel., Casket ... Bananas, box Cauliflower, crate , w Kadianes, hotbuuse. oskL r. Turnips, new. Dag ,., I'urnip greena flpinach, bakt Muslaia ien Ksie, du Nuts, English L'olards, Ou, ?f. Mangues, green, bu End lie, Mich., Dskt Celery cabbage, oail ou. ..... Kggplant, ou Cucumbers, bu Hoi nuuee dus. Lemuns. crate Mweel putatoet. vares, crate Potatoes, Col Red ..., Cnbbiera ,..... idatiu baking I'omaiuea h id. bsf., notnouse 10-lb. tube Cel.. lug Cabbage, homegrown, bu, ..... Apples, dtaymans Rome Beauty Apples. Jonathans , . Winter bananaa Maclnlosb Delicious Apples. Boxes: Wash. Delicious Jonathans ; Rome Beauty , unmet lioideo Oranges, Cat Fla Huneydew neums. crate Peats Avocado DIAnJo, CaL Base Limes, case , Celerv, Cnl , Pascal Mien. Oreen beans, bu. Unttms Uermtidas While Large HpanlsD Mienigao Pens Pal Red grapes Grapefruit, Arlt., crate Ma Pink, grapefruit .... Cidei, case Parsrup nskf Cranberries, box Brocolll, crate Brusaet! sprouts Shallots, doz Tangerines, crate ... Xmas trees, bundle . Wreaths, dri. Roping, bundle ...... Addressng 3a, Air Reduct I Alleghany C'p du pt Alleg L Sll 2a Allied Chem 2a ... Allts I'hal Ja Am Airlines .. Am Br Shoe 2 ..... Am Broadcast .... Am Cbl liart .21m Am Can 3a ....... Am Distill 2 Am Metal la Am Pw & Lt 7.53e , Am Had St 8 la . Am Kmelt fie Am Tel at Tel 0 . Am Tobacco 3a ... Am Woolen te .... Anacon Cop 3e ... Aimc W at C 3 We . And Prl Oil 1.20a Armco 8tl 4e . .78c i Armour ft Co ..... Aunisun tia Atlas i'p 1.60 .... Avco Mfg .mi Bait ft Ohio do pf 5e ........ Bemltx Av 3a .... Beth HU 4. Hie .... Blaw Knox la .... Bliss ft Lau 1.20a Boeing Airp 3e ... Bower R Bear 3 . Brldg Brass 1 . 4 1 la. Brigga Mfg 34e .. Buiova Wat 3a .... Hurl Mills 2 6 50 1 Burr Add M .S0a l. Calif Pack 2 Via .. Currier Cp 1 ,,,, Cater T pf 3 ...... folnlnv 1 .2jOert leed la LChe ft Ohio Vit '"jChl ft E 111 i'SlChl Grl W pf lk 1 aiCM ft NW pf S.l&e f" I Chrysler S l,e ('in A G 1.80 .. i l l' nnan 4a Cluett Feab 3e ... cm 4a .... Colg Palm 2a .... Collins ft Aik , Col Brd A 160 .. do B 1 BO Col C.as Con Edis 2 " i-ialCons R R Cub pf , "' 7;''on Vultee lb ... tf Container h ..... I It, m oih moi .Sll ...... ..J2S12.25 l;or" "Od 3.000 .. ,. t,ua j j , , . . , Curtis Pub do pf 7 Curtlss Wr 1 Cutler H 1.60a .... a.iojllayt Pi LI .... t tail f:iyton Rub ,90e ,, toolDel ft Hud 4 .... 4 KI Disl Cp Keaj 1.20a Dow Chem 2 40b Dresser Ind 1.40 .. du Pont a.35e .... Esst Air 1. lie .. Kaslm Kod 1.70b Katon Mfg 2a ... El Auto Lite 3a . Krle R R lne ... Ex-Ceil-O I'flh ... Fost Wheel 2a ... Oen Bak .60a ... den Cable . Oen Elec 2.40a ,. Oen Motors 2'Ah . Oen Out Ad 1.55e Oen Pub lit 1.20 . Oen Refraul 2a .. Oen Shoe t'i, .... Olmbel Bros 1 ... Ooebel-Brew ,40a Goodrich 4a 300 0 oo 6 4iki m-b 300 45 U 400 0, 1 1(H) 15 1700 lit. IKI ka 2ih Vr, K 3'. 67 -Sj 41 'i 11 'I 40-ii 10',i ' M' 45 ' 41'., .)'. H 68'j Kress g H 2a 27 Ub O r Class 2',h J". i Lib MrN A L .. 76;Ligg ft My 3M j licah Aire 2a f7jLoew's Inc 1W .... 41- iLorlllard 1.20a .... lllMagnavox 1 4ii i I Marine Mid 10-ii, I Maiiin 1'ar 1 Sales High Low Close . 100 63(i Mi, 63!i 1400 32', VM1 g'i 2ISI 74 ' 6 Mauler El 1.60a m 45 41 Va ll'i 2fllKI b 151 1511 7INI 64' 4't 4i(. 8700 35 1H00 3H 14(1 35 MHI M 4 8ISI 4:i-'i 6NIHI 10-S, 34 34 32 'i 43'), 10', 34 3d 34 Maytag 1.40a Mcilraw El 3a .... McKess ft R 2.40a. Mead Corp l.Ooa .. Middle 8 lit 120 .. Monarch Mch 2 ... Mnnsan Chem 2Wa. MoiHg Ward 2a .... Mueller Br la ..... Nash Kelv 2a Nat Airlln Nat Bisc 2 Nat Cash Reg 2.60 . 151SI 2400 100 24IHI 22110 5000 200 200 1 1 HI 3IIU 1 100 I ml 1ISI HHI .tl-., 15 V, ' 13.t 12 lr' 13' 42'., 3S 21 ts Id", 35 1 72 'A 5ISI tii 1700 17-n 43 4 I Na t Cont .Olla 1111. Nm III. nil 2 ... 2300 14 H4 1401, 4Ul ,Nat Leai 2a BIHl w a:t Nat M A 8 C 3e !Nat Steel 3a ... 18 j N Y Central le 36ft ! N Y Chi ft St b 51 I Noma Elec b . 4;,tg Norf ft West 3a laifc Northw Alrl .... ihi., uiuo i.nis I 35 k 1 22 13 31 351, 25!, 1374, 55 15 '4 4 l . 6MHI 6 .5WKI0 18 . 3WHI 37 . 800 51 .. 6ii(lil 40 . Will 3IH4 i. WHI 18 600 .. 200 .. 1300 800 .. 206 ,. 1500 100 35 22 13 '4 31 35 2'.i 13 MKI .In 5011 15', .? M'tf'S 60 S.ISJ l. .38; 4.16 4,50 1.16 , 230O , 600 . 600 4H0O 3100 1200 HlKKI 4000 66 300 30 3400 434 300 29 'a 42 13'., 13' 3:1 1314 36 "4 44 17 U 36 Vi 51 4fi'4 15 18 35 '4 22 13 31 35 25 S 13 64 '4 16 41 13 13 32), 12 36 43 66 '4 30 43 2HV4 . 4100 . 84110 . 1 110 . 900 . 800 . 81 Kl . 100 . 100 . 700 .357110 . (UK) 176 . 1400 14 . 1300 . 42IHI . 13IHI ,. 800 ,, 300 17 11 33 30 10 26 61 28 48 18 32 4 8 74 3.1 '.4 15 23,4 13 11 16 13 42 38 21n Hi), 35(4 72 62 17 17 11 33 3 10 26 61 28 48 1" 175 CHICAGO, liw. irPi-Hngs were quuied nominally at fi7.R0 to m.M today, ,"""lln most or me loss sustained tn thn week CaIIIm mn i.AAn also held nominally steady. Afler breaking sharply at the start of the week, prices worked back up when heavy snows curtailed live bog marketings. Huwever, heavy weight butchers ended weak to 15 cents lower as compared with last weekend. A higher dressed pork market gave some support to live hogs. In ihe cattle market, eight loads of choice to prime 1076-1435-pound steers sold at 37 this week, the highest price since eeo. 1. All classes of cattle closed strong to higher than a week ago with choice good and choice yearlings, and 32 '4 74 33 steers, 15 n 1 bulls up most. 23 13 12 16 13 42 38 21 16 35 1 , 72 62 '4 177, 17 1 1 33 3a ', 10 26 61 28 48 18 175 Ohio Oil la Oliver Cp 2 .... omnibus 1 ...... Oils Kiev 2k .. Pac Gas ft El 2 Packard M Pan Am W Airw e. 21700 Param Plct 2 1100 Penn RR 1 24.IOO Pepsi Cola ... Pel ml Cp 1.55e 3.2(1 48 11 28 41 23 12 4 600 32 2O0 31 37IHI 3 13. 13 -17, .n 76110 21111 6110 80U 61 HI 10 21 !) 17 45 .W, 17- 5(81 lm-li 118 110 4(10 48 48 481 3.50 3 50 ...... 4 Ml ...... 8. ill 14.256 5. Ml t.ft 4 4.15 4 J 25 5.75 ...... i.ftn 26 4.00 2.(81 a. it) ...... 1.60 60 3 00 4.60 1 75W4 Ml .. 38(10 17 .. 1181 20 .. 200 28 .. 1500 11 .. 2300 2B .. 300 24 .. 14181 15 .. 16IKI ,12 ., 53110 6 .. 1INI 66'., .. 90 22 .. 3700 8 .. 100 105 ..88(81 in-n .. 1181 2 .. 300 28 .. 100 15 .. 3100 44 . 22(81 25 . 6110 78 .4 .. 6181 18 .. i;mo 7S .. 7200 17 .. 600 50 .. .UK! 33 .. 2(10 42 ..Jltlill IS .. 200 .. 400 .. 300 .. 1(810 .. 27181 .. 84IKI 100 17 29 'j 28 11 28 24 15 16 20 28 11 2S 24 15 31' 8 8',, Hi In fio va 22 22 105 105 10 10 38 38 10 8 48 45 1H' ....6.50C6.50! Goodyear 4a 2 l wi 2 71 6.1 50 4.75 1.56 ducted at 8:30 a. m. Monday at the Harris funeral home, 49 Linden av. and at 9 a. m at St. Joseph church. Burial will be in Calvery cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p. m. Sunday. Mr. Healy, a native ot Tipper-1 montal illness ary, Ireland, died Friday at nis residence. He had been a Dayton resident about 60 years. Prior to his retirement 13 years -ago, he worked for the old Barney and -Smith Car works 24 years, the He had put a rubber sleeve band on an iron hook a few inches from the floor then put his neck through the band. Surviving is a daughter, Mrs. Florence Calvert, Troy. Smith was committed to the jail earlier in the day because of a Weather ..Mi ..15 1 ..21 i ....33! KATTRnAV. PrXKMnrR t, 1M By tne U, H. Weather Bu'csu Run sets todav ft-12 P. M maintenance department of the sun rises tomorrow 7:4; a . m . j iiiaiiniimni c " 1 ,iun sets tomorrow .,,..6:12 P. M. i rltv water works 12 years, and 1 14. hoi h km ok n nine years at Frigidaire division I HlRh .itrf?.! of GMC. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Margaret Flanagan, Mrs. Mary Kuntz, and Mrs. Kath-erine Stephen, all of Dayton; a 1 son , John of Dayton; a sister, ' Mrs. Katherlne Caulfield of Cin-1 cinnatf ; two step-brothers, James M William Nolan, both of Day ton pieht grandchildren and one, hi miimtv 1 p m. j p m, 7 s m. i n ' - . ...j mry diiid reading .24 21 20 is great-,Trhndchild. new point ... m is is is neiative numinitv .ns isn. ai isi-Dew eoim Temperatures at wnien an mntstore condenses when ennled Reistive humidilyi ftstin of gctnal molsturs 10 that possible si stated temperature. Humidity is ino when dew point end temperature sre asme RAHOMFTFR (e lyel) Inches 7 p. m. yesterdsv 3n is T s m. today 30.10 THIfJ inches Is eonsidered alsndsrd at mnspherte tiressure. rressure above stand srrl iisiistlv tndtestea fete weather; below standard disturbed weather. 4 r . t w(AtHcffAW n i.OvV'-A.fV-t , ' T-Pt 1' sMl ! Grsh Pslge Greyhound 1 .... Gulf oil 3a Helns 1.80 Hilton Hot 1 50 . Househ Fin 2.40 4 25 I Hudson Mot la . 4 50! Ill cent 3 V 75 'Inland 811 2a ,. 4.50 lint Bus Mch 4b ;Int Harv 2a .... lint Kick 160a .. Int Paper 3b .... Int Tel ft. Tel ... Johns Man 3''-e . Jones A 1. 3.40e . Joy Mfg 2a ..... 310(1 16 14 300 29 1(81 38 2500 18 400 8 200 116 100 60 1700 2 6?on m U0 76 300 V 2(1(1 14 200 33 17181 14 4700 60 100 64 2D 28 16 4.1s. 25 78 18 7(1 1'4 50 33 42 17 38 37 10 8 47 44 1 16 2P 38', 18 8 115 60 2'i 10 76 31 13 33 13 69 54 28 26 15i 44 25 78 18 711 16 60 33 42 J8 38 37 10 8 48 45 19i; 16 29 38'', 18 8 115 60 K. 2!. 10 76 31 14 33 14 60 54 100 209 20 509 V, 1100 31 3(1 30 2900 35 171"! 47 '1 81(10 12 700 47 4'00 47 800 311 35 47 12 47 46 30 24 25 43 45 16 7 16 13 3 40 29 7 ' 41 81 10 37 53 34 31 '4 24 10 34 1(1 21 13 pi,ii,. ' Philip Mor 3a 32 In i Pit Kleel 13 Plymouth Oil 2b ... 100 sh 36 Procl ft Gam 2.60a. 1(81 08 44 Pub Bv Ind 1 80 .... .7(81 66 Publlck Ind If ? ""I 30 I Pullman 4e N"l 43 Pure Oil 2 1 29 Radio Cp 1e 87(81 KHOIO DW u Kcevs Bros 1.2(1 .... 600 Repub Avia e .... 2400 Kepuh pict 6(81 RepuU Sll 3a 57(41 Revere CAB 2e, 500 Rexall Drug 16(61 Itevn Sprg Vie 2(81 Hev Toil 2 .... to m m JOB Lena .v.iu ii, Ht Keg Pap .HUa ... 2lmi Schenley Ind 2 16(81 Senrs Kneb 2a ..... 1600 Sharon Ml 3a 3000 Sinclair Oil 2s 4400 goconv Vac 1.20a .. 31(81 Southern Co .60 .... 63(81 Sou Nat Gas 2.30 ... 3(81 : ! Spiegel 1 17(81 cud Rrsnris 1 21 a ... lmsi 8ld Oil Cal 4a 2181 79 Kid Oil N J 6a .... 1318) 86 Btd Oil Ohio 2b .... 4(81 31 '4 Btudebaker 3.36e ... 6HII0 26 Sunsh Bis 4 HKI M'4 Sunshine Mn .80 .... 700 9 Texas Co. 4a 600 75 Tex Gulf Prod la .. 3181 20 Tex Pac L Tr 170e . 100 77 Texlron 1 .. ... J 16 Timk R Bear 3e .. 3M0 4(1 Trana W Air 7000 19 Transamer 1 40(1 16 Twent C Fox 2 .... 250(1 19 Un Bag A P 2a .... 500 36 (In Carbide 2a Item 64 u Un Pac. 6a 8(81 99 Unit ASIr Line 154(81 19 do pf 4 4181 92 Unit Aire 2e "1 32 United Corp .20 .... 181 4 llnll Frul la wai ni V 8 Gypsum 4a It m Hnhher 3a It R 8mell ",e ..... 11181. 66'i V H HI eel 3.45 6.VI0 30 Unlv Plct IK"' Warner Plct I 2:(0(l 11 W Penn El 2 6 Western Air L 42(81 11 West Auto Rup 3a .. too 39 West Pac 3 (8"1 49 West Elec 1.80a .... 1600 32 Wheel 8tl 3 49181 33 35 White Few at 2a .. i""" ' 47. Woolworth 2a i " 12 Wright Aero 6 60 93 47 Wrlgley 3a . .... 100 76 47 Ynungst 8h T 1h. 900 47 30 Youungst 8 Ur la .. 41X1 17 98 111 92 32 4 6"' 6181 101 1181 1110 16(81 49 48 411 11 28 41 23 12'), 32 31 3 19 20 9 17 44 52 17 49 68 24 24 43 44 16 . 7'i 16 13 3 411 28 6 9 41 61 10 37 63 33 3(1 24 10 34 10 21 79 84 31 26 64 9 75 20 77 16 391, 16 16 19 36 53 98 19 91 31 4 11 28 41 Lambs sel a record orlre for December and slaughter ewes sn all-time high early In the week. But then the market broke, dragged down partly by a tumble In dressed prices In Hie east. Final prices for the week were sbout steady with last week-end. Unofficial estimated livestock tecelpts for Monday: Hogs 28,(88), cattle 14,000, sheep 40(81. U. 8. Dept. of Agriculture Hogs Salable 500. total 5000 featl- maledi; compared week ago: Barrows and gilts steady to weak; sows steady to 25c lower. The week's closing tnp was SI8.56 wllh most 170-230-lb. weights st I8,26T 18.50; hulk 230-260-lb, weights 118 III 18,36; 200-3(8) lbs. st SIT. 764(18. Sows weighing 423 lbs. snd less closed at S16.50 wii, a tew M7.25 and most 425-600-lb. weights i5i 16 50. . Callle -Salable 200 (estimated! : total not given; compared week ago: Receipts practically the same as last week when the run included numerous loads show cattle: slaughter steers, yearlings and heifers strong to II higher, mostly 60c to II higher, all weights choice steers and good and choice yearttnge In broad de. 16 65 16 47 16 65 16 76 ......16 92 1 67 1 68 1 68 1 66 97 96 93 87 1 50 1 68 1 60 2 96i 2 971, 2 97', 2 96 16 80 16 35 15 50 16 76 16 80 Close Vr. Ago 2 21 2 20 2 16 1 67 1 30 1 32 1 32 I 31 76 74 72 66 1 4.1 1 49 1 49 , ! 32 2 34 2 35 2 29 10 IS 10 on 10 25 10 30 ,.,2lmand; oowa 25S75c higher; bulls 75c to j: j 11.25 higher; vealers strong lo 1 higher; miners niiu metiers nieiiuy in one llix"rr 32 31 3 ,8 19 20 9 17 44 62':k 17 49 68 24n 25 43 44 16 7 ltl 13 .1 40 26 '. 9 41 51 lu' i 37 53 33 31 24 10 34 10 21 79 84 31 26 64 ' i H''. f5 rnvTllvri ('(IMP. OF AMKIIICA d 20.sic(sred an extra dividend nf 62'ic. ps"ab' 77 i Pec. 27 to holders of record Dec, 14. It 16 , wl'l be nsld on the new common shsres 39.mitstndln after a 2-for-t snilt which was 19 isnnroved bv stockholders last month. An 16 i extra of J1 was psld Nov. 20 on the nld 19 j shsres. nn which qusrterly payments of II 35)4 I have been made. 61 I eight loads choice and choice to prime 1075-1436-in. red ateers J37. bulk good and choice fed steers and yearlings I324i36. few losds choice 1660-1723-lb. weights I33H 34,50. moderate supply choice steers 136.25 i 16.75, rhoice to prime 1617-lb. weights :I6. medium to low-good steers '27it 32, few borderline common to medium steers P26 and l"6.25: few loads choice heifers k3 5(i( 35. '"5, part load 1133-lb. weight .35 75. bulk good heifers 3234, medium lo low-good X26.50 31.60; common to good beef cows 8201 23. canners and cutters 164 19.75; medium snd good saussge bolls closed at 254i,'8: few choice vealers 831, bulk vealers 2632, culls down to X22; ond 450-'b. Canadian stock steer calves 431 with accompanying felfers f29, choice 850-lb. feed in steers $31, most medium snd good stockers and feeding steers $26 4j30. Sheep -Salahle 500 (esllmsled); total not given compared week ao: Loslne esrlv sdvsnces, all classes steady, with undertone weak, partlrularlv on shorn lambs; top wooled lamb, 832. al'-time record for December; closing lop $31. '5, wllh HtHe above 31: ton shorn lambs esrlv $?9.75; closlnri ton f'!9. Illtle above 28 Ml: widening spresd between wooled and shorn lemb excited trade comment all week; bulk gond In choice fed Western and native lambs In fleece $3Oi3l.50: com-nsrable No. 1 skin and fall shn-ns r B 29' shorn feeder Ismbs g Wft ja ?V wooled feeders m2B down: after enod tn choice 108'h. slsueh'er ewes uncovered s'l-tlme record st H7. most common to choice ewes closed st $16 50 down lo $14. March Mav July Dayton Securities Furnished by Greene A Ijidd The Following Are Nominal Quotations And Should Not Be Considered as Firm Bids or Offers I TII.ITIKS City liy do pf ... Columbus 9 Ohio 4 .... Toledo Ki WD ...l R FT A 1 1. STORKS Rlke-kumler Co Elder A Johnston 7 , I.ANI! TRI'STS Dayton Country Club ........ Glbnons Hotel Ohmer Oarage LT8 Dayton Blltmure IMU STItlAI-N Am Thermos Bottle, ex dlv ., Crowell-Colller Kgry Registei pf Dayton Malleable do pf Maud Mueller Leland Electric Univis Lens Hobart Mlg Co Troy Sunshade , RANKS Third National , Merchants Nat ($25 ran .... Peoples Bank (new $'J5 pari . Winters Nat Bk i$20 par) xd INNt HANCF. Reliable Fire Ins Co ., INVF.STMKNT TIll'STS Haydork Fund ... 11,97 (.1 AKIMl l ll RAIL c r, C , It I 86 Little Miami 4 42 do 8.60 91 C P " , 41 do 7 71 Davton ft Mich 36 do pf 36 Bid Asked 79 1(8) 101 105 fl'i 10 57 100 .... 70 103 .... 97 : .... 113 .... 17 19 . 13A 14 i 80 .... 16 17 94 9 11 9 Kl 7 6 25 30 30 .... 38 .... 66 .... 58 I 29 .... 2$ .... at ii" 43 74 38 3d DOW JONES Furnished Hy IIIVIIIKMIK Greene A Ijidd Companv and Amount Payable Record Bank of Toronto, extra 20c Jan. 15 Dec. Hi Book-of-The-Month Club, extra 15c, 25c Jsn. 2 Dec, IS Central Illinois F.lec. A Gaa Co, 32c Jan. 2 Deo. 16 Chicago ft North Western Ry.. 1 50 Dec. 27 Pec. IS do 5 pfd. $2.65 Dec. 27 Dec, 15 General Baking Co., extra 25c Pec, 23 Dec, 15 do 15c Feb. 1 Jan. 17 Louisville Gas A Elec, 45c Jan. 15 Pec. 30 Middle States Petroleum, 50c Pec. 27 Pec. 15 do sik. dlv. of 4 Jsn. 31 Jan. I Nations! Aviation Corp., yr.-end $1 40 Pec. 22 Pec. 1$ Tnvlor-Wharton Iron ft Steel Co., yr.-end extra 60c Pec. 21 Pec, 11 Technicolor Inc., Sflc ... Dec. 27 Pec, 1 Victor Chemical Works, Sflc ... Pec, 27 Pec. 15 Yolsnde Corp., 6c Jsn. 2 Pec. It Dividends Bond Averages Complied by The Associated Pres NEW YORK, Dec. . Friday Week ago . 97 6 Month ago, 97 2 Year ago , 92.4 1950 high I960 low 1949 hlrh 1949 low 10 20 Ry 10 Ind 10 Util 10 For L Ylrl 97 5 101 6 103 2 71 3 110.1 101.5 ' 103 2 72 4 110 1 101 4 103 5 73 1 110 2 102 2 105 1 70 2 112 2 102 8 105 4 75 4 113 1 101 3 103 1 68 109 7 102 9 106 3 70 7 112 6 101.6 100$ 62 9 108 S 98 1 92.5 91 3 88.4 I'. S. KMF.l.TINfl. HKFIMNfl MIV-IN'il (II, declared a 60-rent dividend on common shsres. payable Pec. 23 to holders of record pec. 15. Previous payment was 26c last Jan. 14. 65 3(i . 8 K 25 10 39 49 31 32 22 43 93 78 47 16 56 311 V. 8 11 25 10 38 49 31 32 f ONSOMDATrn MINING fM FI.T-IMi i o of Cansda. L'd declared a aeml-annual divide nf $1.50 snd extra of $4. both payable Jan. 15 lo holders of record Dec. 18. This brines total declarations this year to $9.50, the same as In 1949. H W.FI.-4.TI.A GI.A8M C O. derlsred n Ai..iAA nt 'jo nn common slock. 2:'.! I,,. OR in shareholders of record 43 ! rw i Previous extra was In Decern- 17 FRONT STREET (1200 BLOCK KANT THIRID 2-stnry. fireproof building 30s9fl concrete slab second floor daylight en 3 sides taa blower heat 52 power-truck drlve-ln In building. Liberal financing arranged. L H. STEINMAN HE-1141 (Brh 93 76 47 17(4 Forecast FLOWERS For All Occations TONY FURST MN7683 731 Troy It. l.ow this date 1919 Yesterday's high at 9 p. m. . Yesterday-! low it 12:10 a. m Average Normal Comparison Hltt Keened Mine I8H3 I ATlkV tl Rnnw Is forecast Indsv for Highest th date In 1897 65 Ihe area from the northern t,akes region Lowest tht. date In 1917 -T t to Montsna snd In Ihe mountains nf Wyo- KiMPAKATIVr PHFI IPITATIDN Inch" mlng snd Colorado. West of this are Preceding 24 hours tal 7:30 . Itl . .00 precipitation will fall mainly at rain. Total amount since Jan. 1 3 hln also Is predicted for mnxt of Ihe Excess since Jsn. 1 12 53 south Atlantic slatca end In the northern Total amount this dale last year 34 9ft j nector of the central Gulf states. It will nefinencv last year .95 be cooler In New England IMVTON AMI 1 1( INITV f air nn warmer this afiemoc.i, increasing cloudiness and not oulte sn cold tonight. Sun dsy considerable cloudiness. High lodsy 35 low tonight 20: high Sundsy 30 tn 35. H KMTKRN PKNNVI,VAMA Partly cloudy today. High 32 In 36. Fair tonight. Lowest In lower 20s. Sunday partly cloudy and somewhat warmer. H FST VIRGIN 1 4. Considerable cloudiness and not sn cold today. Hlrh 34 to 3. Psrtly cloudy tonight. 1iw 20 tn 25. Sundsv partly cloudy and aomewhat warmer. wt .., ' i 10 a m m o it '.flwrti 1S A . y. I.' An Or-. I. W.ed ft .-Qw-E3 W-tj! and) ldrt .t ififh, or it urn . ..... m a is-. H..,ir4nd p Kv.rifrhra t .tin Kx-dlMtrlDut Ion t-l)eciared or pa.u sn far Ihit vear' t-Pavsbie In ick-k ee.tlmai)d '" ex-dividend date g-Pald last vear. h-Declared or paid ftet slock dK'dend at niit.un k-Deoired oi r.am mis vear a" afcuminauvn '" """ rreara. p-nsld this vest, dividend omitted deferred or m. action issen ai Pvinend meeting r-ne,uid 1k50 payable In 1931 y-l.nnlilatlng dividend. -ibl In Hock, exact cash .value undetermined on declaration date last Pay NEW YORK, Pec. -IA") Rales H'gh Low Close voiik run it mr. akmim urLii I'kt.ss rtMI KKATlRK IHAKI Mm. Pres. 24 Hr. lonlghL Light snnw tonight. i Akron, clear 27 16 'Atlanta, rain ,, 44 38 . 27 ! Boston, cloudy . , 63 48 1,22 Buffalo, CloudV 32 25 .. 1 Chicago, cloudv , 25' 1 ., Cleveland, clear 26 20 .. Columbus, clear , 28 14 .. DAYTON, Clear 2 15 Denver, clear 48 2ft Detroit, clear 2 23 ,. Fort Worth, clear 6 31 .. Indianapolis, partly cloudy 29 14 ., Jacksonville, clesr , M 39 .. ' Los Angeles, clear 9 48 .. Louisville, clear 32 16 ,. Miami, cloudy , 71 i 61 ,16 Mple.-SI. Paul, cloudy .... 57 10 .. New Orleans, cinudy 67 66 New York, partly rlnudv 67 .16 .22 i Pittsburgh, partly cloudy , 30 20 ,, I St. Louts, clesr ... .13 1ft ,. : Tamps, cinudy 66 4ft ., iTiiesnn. clear 73 3ft .. I Washington, D. C, clear .'4 9 30 .. Aium Co Am J Am Marsc . Am Pol ft C B 2 .. Am Superpow Am Repub 1 .... Ark N Gas .60 At'sa Ply !' Pabcoek A W 2a .... Barium Sll Blue Ridge .85 .... Brown Bub 1 Cnlg ft F.d .10 Carr C Bisc Cntsim .4(ie Cexsn. Aire 20e ... Cities Serv 4a ...... Cons Mug ft S 3a .. iCourlaulds .10 iCieole Pet 3.4oe ... Ctnwn Pruf ......... I Denn Mfg A I 20 .. f ast cat r e Fssv Wssh MB 2e F.I Bnnd A Kh lt ... P-cuity cp Fulrch B A A .60 .. Ford M Can t Ja. .. Fnrd M Fran Fox P Brew .... Gen Flnsn ,40a .... Gen Flrepf 1ll .... I f en Plywood Grshsm P pf Gt All P le Humhi Oil 4 ........ Imp Oil .60 do re( ,60 500 71 33(10 6( 400 32 200 iV 2110 39 200 10 600 20 600 36 43I8I 6 70 6 31 39 10 19 36 6 3 6 1 '.; 6 32(8) 78 77 Aim isi lis l4on 300 1000 1161 100 3(81 3 6 3 6 6(81 100 48 400 2 400 12 100 10 100 12 2:88) 18", 32181 1 3188) 1 100 44 2181 , li 1400 7 2(81 6 7(81 17 100 3 1161 13 76 1" 18) lot no ?r. $00 25 3 46 2 12 10 12 18 1 7 44 It 7 17 3 13 128 101 74 25 Int Co Am 4 Int Petrol a ...... Kaiser Fras 6 Kingston Pd 20a .... 32 Ukey Fdy .40 Lone Star O 1.20 .... Merrill CAS war ... Molybdenum a ...t Nat Bell H .20a .... Nat Fuel G .80 .... Nat Red .60 Nat Trans .10e .... Nlles Hem P le .... Nn'eaat Alrl No'rop Aire Ogden Cp 2 15y OU Pw pf 4 Psc GAR I'f 1.. Pnncnaat Oil ....... Panlep Oil ,. Penin Tel 3 piper Aire Pit A Lake B 6 ., Rath Pack 1 e ... Rln Or Val G .13., Schulte D A 1 Ualr-l tnAn 11 J 7l Solar Aire 60 ' ' Snnntnne 32 Std CspAS Sid Oil Ky 2 Sid P A L B Sid Tube R .30a .... Technlcn 2a ........ Trans Lux Trl Coct wsr ...... It S Foil B le ...... USA Int Sec .... 1' S P.sd ' Waco Airn 70 ! 3"4l 10 19! 6 3 9 6 3 6 6 78 118 3 48 2 12 10 12 16 44 It 7 6 17 a 13 126 101 25 25 Ssies High Low close 150 122 121 122 4161 11 11'. 8500 616) 15181 518) 1181 11(81 Will 3161 1181 2181 300 1400 120(1 3(81 .'. 10 111 111 111 118) 33' 33 33 6 3 6 25 " 11 ,1 11 7 3 3 6 26 11 2 11 7 31 ll'i 6 3 6", 26 6 11 3 11 ber, 1947. PIIOF.MX HOKIKRV '0. declsred a dividend nf 12 cents snd "'' 50 cents nn common, bolh payable Dec. 27 to holders of record Dec. 18 This wiM bring 1950 psymenls to $1 compared with 50 cents leal year. SINGFR M FG. HI. declared a "Peelal $3 dividend on common ahsres, payable Dec 27 to holders ot record Pec. 15. This will bring totsl psymenls this year to $15 against $12 paid In 1949. 16. dlvl- srlslng MIMION KTF.KX CHRP, declsred sn s-ir. dividend of II on common, payable Dec. 27 to holders of record Dec, On Oct. 2 tb company neciaren ,..i r tfip nn new common, from a 50 stock dividend, 1aytnie pec. 30 tn holders of record Per. 15 The old shsret alto received 75c In prmr ouarters, HI.IHS AM) I.AHIh1.IN. INT.. declared n entra dividend of 85c and a 0"fterlv .i tin nn common, both payable Dec. 1 ! to holder of record Dec. 18. I rends Is !a IjStaple Price 71161 2500 1181 1181 64(1 5(1 3(8) MS) 2U0 600 1181 200 100 7(61 200 200 400 200 600 .nn anno 100 3' 40 2 67 25 2 1 i:' 14 3 " 37 6 3 34 3 2 23 4 7 2 3 6 40 2 56 26 2 1 12 14 3 8 37 6 3 34 3 2 27 4 1 . 2 3 i 411 2 67 26 2 1 12 14 3 6 37 6 3 34 3 2 27 4 2 v,ui vnnlr Pec. - The Assnclsted Press weighted wholesale price Indeg of 39 commodities today Previous dsy .... then distributed; ei. iw without watrenla, e declared or paid so xu, ea-aividendi n, rini; t die, t dittriouiion, wd. billed, pt pd, pert ptldi war, warrant; ". wnft wsrrsm. . aii a. Ira nf aiilras n Dins attack dividend! d. CSh lit a'tH'k Isi this veari t. payable in atia-k. alim(ed rsh viue on es dividend tal paid ist yr, n, decired ot psid llei slue dividend ot spill ftp a derlsred m pud ini veef. a aceumu'niiv issue with dividends i ettesrs p psid mis vest dividend imiltd, deferred or nn eiin lkrn l ist dividend meeting, f. nerisird mni pvn in 151: , lioiudstiDi dividend- a. oaysni I Mnek, ci essn vtiue undetermined on declartloD date. - .199 64 .197 (12 .194 111 ,180 96 1947 207 94 164 06 Week ago Month ago "r " m"mi"'mi High 164 177 37 208 14 lw 169 30 '50 06 176.70 1926 Avrag Equal Hal KOTH F. I)F APPLICATION FOR A TON TK4CT MOTOR t'ARRIFK PF.RMIT Public notice I hereby given that Joseph W White and Charie While, Partners, doing hualnee ss, While Brolhers. hss fled with the Public lllilltle Commission of Ohio, sn AnpMcstion for contract Motor Carrier Permit In Irsns port property for lh following corporation: prtr Brother Cnmpsnr. 1932 F.ast Mnnument Avenu, Dayton, Ohio, using th following equipment; Two Mack Tractor S'nns Trsllars Interested parlies may nblalfl further Information as lo ssld Annlttsalinn hy addressing the Public Humes Ommtssion nt Ohio Slil Offir Building. Cnliimhus Ohio. Josenh W. Who snd Charles Whll. doing hmlnes, ts, While B ml hers. Wssco. llllnoi. 12 2, I, 16. hind Your Money defe oh or Mote the nth Your tovincji dtpoiitsd' on or btlor Dcmbr I Ith orrt divldenrJi Iron Dcmbr I. Current raid 2 en h full omount or your account. In lurtd to 1 0,000. Com Inl Litizans Savings It East Third St. Dayton 2, Oslo I If

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