The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York on May 1, 1934 · Page 29
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BROOKLYN DAILY EAGLE, NEW YORK, TUESDAY, MAY I, 1023 29 3W 1 Curb Stocks Again Lower In Dull Trade Losses Run Over 1 Point in Morning Break-Mixed Late-Bonds Of f Stocks on the Curb Exchange today again were depressed sharply curing the morning session. Trad tag was quite active on the dip. The market turned dull in the after noon when several rallies were attempted. Some issues managed to recover part of their early losses, but most of the list showed a net decline for the day. Practically all groups were affected by the dip. The final tone was irregular. - The opening was lower and quite active. To midmorning pressure was noticeable in the leaders, some of the favorites being forced down more than a point. At noon a little support appeared, but the market turned dull. , Gold mining shares were fairly steady, though recessions developed in some other metals. Bunker Hill & Sullivan yielded more than 2 points and Newmont Mining at its low was down nearly as much. Pan American Airways, Swift & Co, Western Auto Supply "A," Aluminum Company of America, Hiram Walker, Cities Service and Standard Oil of Indiana worked lower. Sherwin Williams was firm In its f licr dealings. . Bond prices receded, but trading was not active. CANADIAN ISSIE LP Canadian Government provincial and municipal financing in the first four months of 1934 aggregated S80.04G.553, compared with $29,777,-328 in the same period last year and $37,044,191 in 1932, according to Wood, Gundy & Co., Limited. Of the total for this year $30,000,000 was for the Canadian Government, the only government financing in a similar period since 1931: $54,593,000 for the Provinces, $3,598,653 for Ontario municipalities and $854,000 for Quebec and Maritime municipalities. Bank Stocks Quoted by the New York Security Dealer-Association. 1:30 p.m. Quotations Bid. Ai Blc Mhtn 31 'i Blc Vorktn 30 Een&'h'it N 25 Chase N 20', City.... 29 V Com Nat. 145 Fifth Ave 1050 First Nat 1680 Flatbush.. 30 Klngsboro. SO fislteo. 33 Vj 40 30 31 "4 13b 1000 1720 35 aid. A-fced NatBronxB 80 25 Nat Safe. Ti 8 Perm Exert 6 8 Peoples N. . . 30 Public... 33 35 Sterling... 21 22 i Textile Bk. 40 44 Trade 23 31 YorkieBk 30 40 Trust Companies Quoted by the New Torn Security Dealers Association. 1:30 p.m. Quotations Bid. Asked. Runesm., 143 NYT&T.. 369 376 By Sicily. 10 13 Bnkrs Tr 64 '4 66 Brooklyn ..108 113 Bronx 8 6 Cent Han. 133 137 Chemical Cilnton . , Colonial. . Coit'l. . . Corn Ex. 40 ''2 42 40 hO , 13 13 "a 13 J 15 , 53 55 Bid. Asked Empire.. 19ty 20'4 Pulton..,. 250 270 Guaranty. 368 373 Irving... 17V, 19 Kings Co 1800 1830 Lawyer C, 43 45 Mnnufac. 22 23 Vj New York 104 107 T G & T. 104 11 "a Unwtrs Tr. 40 50 Unit Slat 1730 1780 Surety Companies Quoted by New fork Security Dealers Association. 1:30 p.m. Quotations ' Bid. A'd I Bid Ask'fl Bond&MO 1". 13 I N Y TOM. ' i Umpire 20 27 I Law X O. 25i Z'h Law Mort IV, 2 1 Public Utility Stocks Quoted by New York Security Association. Dealers Bid Ask'o CTA-L rif... 20 22 Birm R pf . . 43 CB'.P6'!-pI 37 30 "3 CnsFpf... 68 70 DI-AP pf. 05 I'i 08 Fr L&P uc 75 80 Ess & Hud 160 HtidCO.. 160 MshoFp.. 83 Int Pw p 15 V Jam W C 46 Va 48 King L pf 83 85 1. 1 7 Pf... 67 70 17 Bid Ask'o L A Oe pf. 93 95 'a MetEdpf.. 80 Nils Sup p. 51 55'i N Y & Q 100 105 OMo6r,e p 87 89 Okla O E 80 "2 Penn P L. 00 BJerG&E.. 160 Sioux O. 53 V2 Som't Um. 7b Util P&L 12 ' a Was R&E 310 xDly. 92 165 57 14',4 320 Industrial Stocks Quoted by New York Security Dealers Association Bid. Ask. Law P O. 12 15 'a Am Arch. 15 Vt Am Book. 54 '2 56 AmClgpf 89 . Am Dl Co. V.'t BH AdamsMP. 93 .. Am Hdw. 2Hi 23, AmMfspf. 56 53 Am H Rub 8 11 Am Meter 10' UV2 Bancroft . . 21 w Bliss E G pf 2514 35 Bab&iWIl 43 43 Ban Ami B 40 43 Bru Be pf 52 '4 Bohns Rep p 11 14 V, Bow Blip... 3 44 Cal Cel.. 18 Va 20 la Chest Bp! 6 10 Colo Pic In 3"s 4, Colt P Pf 23 ' 24 V4 Col Bkcom 1V 1 Col BkSpf 1 3 Crowell.. 22 34 25 ' DeForestP. 1 Dlctoph'e p 102 108 Dixon Cr. . . 58 62 Vi Doch pf.. 33'a 38 Doug pf.. 25Vi 27 Draper C. 59 62 Draper O 59 "a 61 Driver pf. B3 B5 Flor M. . 2'4 33i Ot N P. 22 24 ' Harr'g C. 21 23 Howe 8s pf. 8 Ind Acc pf31 34 IntTexBk. 3 Lib Bk pi 334 6 ',4 t Ex dividend. Insurance Companies Quoted by New York security Dealers ASSOC 1 SHOD Bid. Law P C... 12 King Ryty 7'a King Ry pf 58 locrircoox e a Merk pf 122 "2 128 'i Macfad pf 3.V.4 38',a Nat C pf. 97 Nat L'cor. 25 Nat Paper. S N Haven C 37 "a 44', wo w x . . 13s 14:1 Ohio Leth 20Va Okonlte of. 33 Pub Cor... 8 River 8... 23 Rockwood. 50 Roxv Units Vi Rubberoid 30Va Scov M. 23'. 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Paul. 133 13H StuVs'n D 3''a 4'4 Security 28 1 4 29'4 SprlncF&M. 97 100 So Fire. . 18'a 20''4 Sun Life. 458 473 Travelers. 444 459 TJ S F & o e e1 TJ Fire 3 6' 4 38 West Firs 25 is 27 55 10'a 26 634 78 14 36 34 15 Closing Stock Prices on N. Y. Curb 1934-i High 58 1 2 9 85 78 34 V, 221'j IV4 IS 19 Hi i 4 1 3V, 28 4i 3M M, Vi 6'4 49 84 8' S s 39 17 'A 4 14 '4 8 21 V 19 6314 12 V4 3 23 20 S'A 9 6 13 2V4 2C V, 17V4 44 4Va 26'i. 8V4 3 "4 l',i 81V, k 12 12 1V 65 170 6 '4 8 28 8 14 'a 11 13 1 8 'A IV. 8'4 9 20 Vi U. 26 23 1 67 2 9 3 2 2a V, 60 8V 8 2 V, 2V4 8V4 8 'a 89 Va 3-16 7'A 14V4 2 V, 117 20 81 12 24 8 SVi 9V 11 19 99 20 4V4 ID 'A 127 160 23 Vi 6 15 76 7-18 4 8', 17e 19 21 14 46 2 8 30 15 511-s 3114 14 8V4 27 1 1 30 '4 7 S av 14 2 64 31 7 18 8 8 60 3 41 S 88 1 47 14 26 4 45 4 314 21 13 V, 2 tSales m? e inn Low Stock share lots 31 Ala Pow pf 7.. 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ConG&EB 360 ConsM&S 1. 4 xCooper Bes. .. 5 Cord Cor V4m 10 xCor & R pf A. 1 xCosden OH . 10 CourtldL .1386. 8 Crane Corp Creole Pet xCresson O .12 Crocker & Wh . xCrn Cn Pet.. Crown Crk Int xCuslMax fc M D xDavennt H 2. 2 Uet. Aircraft Dl9tlllers-SeaB. xDrl'rHar lim. xDublller Con. Dunlap Rub.. Duke Pow 4. . Durham Hos B Duval Tex Suf E EastG&F pf 6. 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IS 7 1 Asso re 4 'S3. 4 a 17 AssoOI4 '40 i IT 1J 1S Asso fssn 6 'SO. U 17 17 AssoRakC I 'St. . 4 171,5 i'. sso ftasAI S T 1 ?n r Asso Raton B '60.. 20 70 70 ASSO TATS 14 'SI. 2 17 rT AssoT1 m B'4'44. 32 11A 1 AssoTelmil '33. 11 2?!,, 2"l Bald Loco S 3I ww 2 1 ?7V, 12714 Bald Loeo 6'SStw. 2 ns 05 Bell Tel Can MT6T. g Wf 1P8'4 Bell Tel Can SC60. 22 ino ln54 Blrmeheni4t4'i. is 70 50 50 3aiea Ineempleut am later edltlo rw lesspltt sales, a runs uiuo. Ix-Vlfldend. Sales lase tbsn 100 shares. tEx-Blfbte, aAid totraa. Sand Cstrse la eteet. e Inoladlni Cxtrae. i Payable In Cash er Stack, q reyable 30tb abare en no all?, s Parable ta Sleek, a Payable wbra earned, as raid Una reari ne rereJar rate, r 1Sta share PartlelnaUnf Btsek. Hlrhs and twe carried le sreileas eleee. Es-Dltldead and (z-Bltbls dedoeted frees net shanra. Exports of U. S. Goods to China 18 P. C. ot Whole Washington, May 1 Japan's "Asia for Asiatics" policy, which world powers seem to construe as a "China for Japan" policy, touches a spark near the gunpowder of commercial rivalry in the Far East. From the standpoint of the United States the Japanese edela-ration ot the richt to supervise the commercial relations of other powers with China touches a market where this country has the largest share of the trade. According to Chinese customs gures, the United States for the feist livcj tears has led the world with imports into China 25 percent of the total in 1932 and 18 percent last year. The United States exported goods valued at $G3,000,000 to China last year and $165,000,000 in 1928. Cotton, wheat, canned milk, Douglas fir, gasoline, kerosene and oils, machinery, electrical equipment, automobiles, airplanes, dyes, cigarettes and tobacco, paper, tires, copper and steel are the principal articles sold to China. This ocuntry leads In the export of kerosene to Chna, but lately has had to take sescond place eo the Netherland East Indies In gasoline. Last year China took 49.0000.000 pounds of American tobacco, 81,-000,000 cigarettes and 311,000 bales of cotton. The low purchasing power of silver druing the depression forced China to build many factories, usually Glanced by Japanese to manu facture part of her own goods. The machines usually cme from England or Japan. In return the United States receives raw silk, carpet wool, furs, and wood oil for varnishes, principally, but also buys some goatskins bristles, tea, rugs, antimony and sesamum. Since the United States besan buying silver at an Increased price, Chinese exports of the metal from her store of wealth to this country were $17,672,000 worth compared with $591,000 in 1932. In Chinese investments, the United States ranks fourth, with direct business investments by Americans and American corporations listed by Prof. C- F. Remer of the University of Michigan at $155,000,000. This compares with the $1,038,000,000 by Great Britain, $928,000,000 by Japan. $341,000,000 by Russia and $102,000,000 by Franc. Broad Bl Pw S'54. 8ufalo at S '5B. Can Nstl Ut int.-Cen PaePr S '4.. Carjttnl Arlm S 'PS, ntro PALS 'III . CdarRnMPSP'Sl ren Arls fAP S'0. Csn IllPbS 4'VsT. Ce niPSIO'SI. Cen Ohio LAP 6 'SO Central Pow 5 'tt. Cen PowAit I 'Id. Cengtr l'4.... Csn its n H, 'M. Cen StpAL SH'Sl ChlDisIO4'A'70 Ch F Oen S4 'Jl. Clnn gt Rt J1 '6J. Clnn St Rt 6 '95... Cities Sere I '10. -. Cities IPt I 4 '41 CltSOAP6'43.. Clt SPALtBV4. . 11 Clt PAL 114 '51. 7 Comwlthfd 4 P 11 in 3omwltriI(14'.4D57 1 ComwIthaVH'aE'M 12 ComwlthIdS14061 3 Comwlth8ub5'4'4S 1 Com PowALt S '57. 12 Conn LAP 5 D '62. Conn RItPw 5A'3. 2 ConGBslt4 '54 5 Cons Gas Ut SA'41. 1 ConsOD614A43ww 2 Consum P 4 '51. 11 Coat Gas AH 5 '56. 32 Cont Oil 5 '37... 2 Crane Co i '40. ... Crue steel 8 '40,, CudshT 5'4 '37... Cumb C PAL 41456 Dajton PAL 5 '51. 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NorOhloPALSVSl NorOhloTrtE 5'56 Nor II Pow 414 '61 NorStaPw5W40 Nor W Eiec 6 '31.. N'th'w t nPLtd6'60 N West PS 5 A '57 Olden Gas 5 '45. .. Ohio Edison 6 '(0. . 15 Ohio Pow 4 li O il Ohio Pub It SD'54 5 Ohio Pb St 6 D '53 1 Okla GasAEl 6 '80. 12 OklaPwAWat S'48. 2 Okla Pub 6t 5 '67. 12 Okla Pub Ser 6 '61. 2 Oswego rails 6 '41. 2 Pao Coast Pw 5'40. 2 PaeO A El 4"4 '67 IS PeeGASS'i r eo. 3 Past GAE 8 D '66. . 10 PltOSIViC'U 1 Pae Invest 5 '46. .. 12 Pee PowALt 6 15 14 Pae West O St 43 12 Park&Tilford 6'36. 1 PailHPAL4'V71. 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"The first is an Increased demand for consumers' goods in nearly all parts of the country, free from seasonal stumulus. The second is increasing identification and appreciation of the influences which are causing the failure of the durable goods industries to respond to the quickening impulse of better general business conditions in anything like the same proportion if, indeed, they are responding at all. "Better retail trade has not only been promptly reflected in wholesale lines and in the industries dependent, upon them, but the latter also report satisfactory orders for future delivery, indicating a confidence on the part of dealers in consumers' goods that the improvement in business ihown in the trade of the first four months of the year is expected to continue. "The distribution of this trade is such as to indicate that it is largely t he result of Government spending in agricultural aid, public works and relief of unemployment and a reflection of better conditions in the industries most directly affected by such expenditures. Much, posibly most, of the improvement is artificial but there is enough of sound residue to demonstrate actual, fundamental improvement." Loew's Reports Higher Earnings Loew's Inc, and subsidiaries report for the 28 weeks ended March 15. 1934, earnings of $2.38 a share on common, against $1.04 in the like period a year ago. The statement follows: 28 wits ended 23 ks enried Mch IS. Mch 16 1933 Operatlntr profit (5 680.713 14.429 344 Deprecrn and taxes 2,707.241 2,415 963 Company's share net profit after subsidiaries pref'rd dividend j3.973.473 62,013,581 GVPSCM MERGER COMPLETED San Francisco Pacific Portland Cement Company has completed arrangements for acquisition of Standard Gypsum Company, manufacturers of gypsum plaster, with plants at Seattle. Lone Beach and Ludwis, Nev. REJECT MICHIGAN BOXDS By a majority of better than 5 to 1, Michigan voters defeated the proposed $38,000,000 Public Works bond issue. 8sles In BONDS PeoGasLAC 4B '81 Peo O LtAC 6 C'67 Phila Bee 8 "79. Pledm't N Rt 8 '54 Pittsburg Coal 6'49 Potomac Id 5 '58. . PowCorpNT5'47. PbSvNHamp414'S7 Pb8TNI114D'78 PUbSNor I114FS0 PubSNorni 4I4F81 Pb It Norm 5 '58. Pb 8t Mo TJ1 5 C66 Pur Id PAL 814 '4S Pur Si PAL 8'50.. PurSdPAL4'4D50. Boch Cen Pw 8 "5J. Rep Gas Corp 6 '45 Rep Gas 6A'45 eod. Roch RyALt 5 '64. . SafeHarWT" 4'78 San Ant PS 5 "58. . St L Gas A C 6 '47. Seattle Ltr 9 '49... Serrel 5 '46 Shaw WAP 8 '70.. Sheffield Stl 5 48 Sher WyoC 6 '47.. So Cal Idle 8 '61.., So Cal Tills 5 '51.. So Caro Pow 6 '87. SoCasGasCal4!i68 So 1 PowA Lt 6'8. So Nat Gas 8 '44.. 3 W Asso Tel 8A'61 S WGAI8 A'57.. S W PwALt 5 '57. . 3 W PwA Lt 6 'W. Stand GasAIl Hi Stan G4I6 35er.. Stan GasA E 6'81. Stan CA XI 6 '66.. Stan Pw ALt 6 '57. Stan Tel 5A '43.. Sun OH 5 li '39 SuperPwI114'y70 Sup Pow 111 6 '61.. Swift A Co 5 '48.. Swift A CO 6 '44. .j Tenn Pub 8 5'70. Tex Klea Sere 6 '60 Tel Gss 01116 '45. Texas PwALt 837. Tex PowALt 6 '56. Tex PALO A 2022, Thermold Co 6 '34. Tbermotd 6 '37 sta. roieao Id 6 '63... rwlnCltjRTiVSl men A Co 6'44 stp. DnLtAPwa"7l. Co Lt A Ry 6 '82.. Cn Lt A Ry 6A '72 On Lt A Ry 5 '52 Is, U S Rubber 6 36.. O S RubDer 6'3S. O 8 Rubber 8 '36. U 8 Rubber 64i 38 U 8 Rubber 6 iy 40. CtahTwALt 6 2022 Va E-APow 5 '86.. Va Pub 8rr SV46. Va Pub St 6 '46... ; Ward Bating 6 '37 Wash GALS '58. West Penn S 2030. West Tsx Dili S'87 Wise PwALt fE'56 WlscPuLt 5F'58. .. 1,000 Hlth Low Ticker 5 7S! 76 78 11 9B 08 rg 2 106 1P8 10R 2 SO 90 00 7 99 t9Vt 95s4 12 -R rg 01 1 t5' 6-V. II pan 0.01 oov. 2 7rv4 79 7U 14 77 77U 77V. 2 79"4 79H 79 4 67 86V4 87 3 g6tj 6V4 6i4 1' 6 6 98 11 6! 84 65 1 fS 5-!l4 551 11 53V4 53'4 5S 2 49V, 4914 4H4 4 44 44 44 U ?4 32 ?4 4 33 31 33 3 109 1(19 109 18 r4 v4 in4 104'4 3 66 g 81 3 9'4 S'4 9V, 2 3514 3514 3SV. 2 SR'4 8814 2 lfO 99'i 100 2 P9V4 99'4 99". 1 45 45 4l's 3 104 104 104J4 1 in3'4 in3'4 103V 2 7514 75 4 75'4 4 92 92 92 2 72 72 72 4 73 73 73 2 63 63 63 2 67"4 g14 87', 12 68H ttK fg 11 59 Fg-ti SV4 20 82 8 1 3 i 82 2 83 iy4 81V4 4 5314 53 5-",4 11 ?4'4 53'4 F4'4 17 it 50 FO 2 Sl'4 2114 21V 3 105 1044 105 1 77!4j 7714 rVi 1 98 96 9? 1 1031 IO3V4 103"4 11 107 106', 106 2 12 62 614 62 2 86 86 86 1 18 1714 1714 6 102V4 10214 102'4 3 Vt Vt Wa 2 86 86 86 20 76 75Vi 76 1 71 71 71 12 101 4 101'i 101H 4 61 5014 51 5 5114 50 5114 11 10. Va 102'i 102'-, 25 10'4 1014 in-iti 4 4 Va 43 46 t tVIx 81 "4 81'i 1 47'4 47J4 473'4 15 534 523,4 624 1 101 101 101 1 1004 100' 10.-i3i 1 98'4 99'4 98 1 1 97 97 97 1 97V4 97'4 9714 4 61 61 61 1 ioov4 ioo4 loei 1 7'V4 7414 74Vj 2 6514 f5Vi 65!4 2 10214 102 102 2 95 95 95 12 t3'i ?3'4 f3Vb 25 45 4S 4' 2 69 Va 6Wt f9'4 3 Pf'4 ftV IS 4 1 78 78 78 1 78 78 78 FOII1GN BOND! gales In BONDS 81,U(I0 Hlth Chile Ml Be 8 '21 Com PrB514'37.. DanzlgPAW 6'V5a Pin Ind Ml(B 7 44 rinlsadUti B '61 GerCUlulLT47. OerCUunL6'47. Gesfuerel 6 '63 ww Llrr.a City t"t '58. Medellln 7 '51 Mendozs 4 'SI St. . Nlpponl&Pem '33. Parana Brasll 7 51 Prussian Kl 6 '54. . Ruhr Gas 614 '61.. Russian Grt5Vj'21 Santiago 7 '49 Stlnnes Ind 7 '36.. Term 80c en '8J.. Ud lad 6 '41. 12V4 SO"4 4S14 100 85'4 38i 36 f314 10 r-VA 41 77'4 12'4 64 45V4 v 48 82 6414 Low 12'4 50V4 65V4 100 85 37:-i 36 '314 10 l3'4 41 7754 12'4 54'4 4S'4 374 V4 43 82 68'4 !:30 Ticker 12'4 501's 65'4 100 85 37V, 36 53Vi 10 13 '4 41 77V, l:'4 F4'4 45V4 374 314 48 82 6814 Commodity Markets Cotton Declines On Heavy Sales A further sag in cotton futures at the opening brought the market below the bottom quotations of last week into new lows for the current move and to the lowest level since tarly in January. Liverpool was 3 to 8 points above due prices, figured on the dollar rate for sterling. The opening decline at New York followed a break of SI to $1.50 a bale toward the close of the previous session, when liquidation of an account held by a Southern operator came suddenly into the rinc to the extent of between 15,000 and 20,000 baks of October. Selling at the opening included a blork of 2.000 bales of October, which was sized up as consisting of liquidation of the same long account as had been under liquidation the previous afternoon and during the break of last week. Commodity Markets Quotations by CUrle. Chllds and Keech COTTON PreT. Month. Open. High. Low. Late. Last. May .... 10.88 10.68 10.54 10.64 10.74 July ... 10.82 10.85 10.71 10.78 10.90 Oct 11.00 11.01 10.85 10.93 11.05 Dec 11.07 11.12 10.96 11.05 11.14 Jan 11.15 11.16 11.02 11.07 11.21 March .. 11.25 11.28 11.13 11.20 11.30 COFFEE Prev. Month. Open. Hieh. Low. Late. Lsst. Sept. ... 11.28 11.28 11.28 11.28 11.29 SILVER Prev. Month. Open. H;ch. Lot. Late. Last. May ... 41.80 42.75 41.70 42.75 42.8g June ... 42 20 42.90 41.80 42.90 42.97 Sept. ... 42.39 43.10 42.05 43.10 43.30 Nov. ... 43.00 43.50 43.43 43.50 43.71 COCOA Prer. Month. Open. Hljh. Lot. Late. List. July .... 5.19 5.20 5.19 5.20 5.20 Sept. ... 5.29 5.38 5.29 5.38 5.40 Dec 5.62 5.64 5.62 5.62 5.64 HIDES Prev. Month. Open. Hirh. Lot. Late Last June.... 10.80 10.80 10.80 10.80 10.80 Sept.... 11.25 11.30 11.25 11.30 11.40 Dec 11.61 11.61 11.61 11.61 11.75 RUBBER PreT. Month. Open. Hieh. Low. Late. Last May.... 13.92 14.19 13.96 14.19 13.48 June.... 13.20 13.39 13.10 13.36 13.58 Sept.... 13.40 13.63 13.25 13.57 13.90 Nov 14.70 14.93 13.57 13.92 14.10 Jan 14.15 14.15 14.15 14.15 14.39 March.. 14.36 15.23 14.86 15.22 14.57 SUGAR Prev. Month. Open. Hijh. Low. CCose. Last. May 1.43 1.44 143 1.44 1.44 July 1.47 1.48 1.47 1.48 1.48 Sept 1.54 l.ga 1.53 1.54 1.54 Dec 1.61 1.62 1.60 1.61 1.61 Jan 1.62 1.62 1.62 1.62 1.62 March... 1.67 1.67 1.66 1.67 1.67 SILK Prer. Month. Open. High. Low. Close. Last. June. 1.19 1.20 1.19 1.20 1.19 Julv. 1.21 'i 1.21 U 1.214 1.21U 1.19'i Aug... 1.21'i 1.22 1.21 1.22 1.21' j Sept... 1.2114 1.21'i 1.21'i 1.214 1.21 Oct.. 1.21 1.22 1.21 1.21'i 1.21 Nov.. 1.21'i 1.21'i 1.21'i 1.21'i 1.21 Dec. 1.22 1.22 1.21 1.22 1.21 Paramount Plan Meets Approval Peter Grimm, chairman of the protective committee for Para mount Broadway Corporation bonds. has announced that after almost one year of negotiations, a plan of reorganization had been found which the trustees of the Publix Corporation had approved. Subject to the sanction of the bankruptcy court, the plan will become effective today. The plan provides for a lease by Paramount Publix Corporation of a large amount of space in the Paramount Building for a term of ten years, or until payment of one hall of the bonds is made. A lease on the Paramount Theater will be guaranteed by the new Paramount Publix Corporation, acquiring, the assets of the old company, on a minimum fixed rental, subject to a graduated scale dependent on gross percentages. The new corporation is to deliver a guarantee of 3 percent a year fixed interest within a year and of tne retirement of not less than $100,000 par value bonds during each year, if the guarantee is not met the corporation will transfer to the trustees of the bondholders 0 percent of the stock of the company which Is to own the Paramount Building, that Is 50 percent 01 ine equity or the building. FORECLOSURES tsl-PREME COURT. KtJjnR rmtVTV me nines county savings Bank, plaintiff, against. Ioa Kalik et a!., defendants. Pursuant to Judgment of foreclosure end sale en-ered in above action and dated March 22. 1934. I. the referee in said Jud;-ment named. ;ll sell to the lushest bidder, at public auction, bv PHILIP COHEN, auctioneer, at the Brooklvn Real Estate e.xcnanse salesroom. 189 Montague Street. Borotish of Brooklvn. Kings Countv. Cltv and State of New York, on the 1st diy of May. 19J4. at 12 o'clock noon. th nrem. uses directed by said Judgment to be told and the.-e.n described and being as follows: All that parrel of land, with the build. ires therein, eituate m the said Borough, .uinuy, viiy ana ciate, Dounciea as tallows : Beginninj at a point on the northerly lfle of President street, distant one hun dred r 100 1 leet westeriv from the corner formed by the Intersection of the northerly side of President Si reel and the west erly Fide or Nonrand Avenue; running thence nnrthrrly parallel with Nostrand Avenue one hundred twenty-?even i127i feet nine and one-half ift'si Inches; thence westerly parallel with President Stmet one hundred (1001 feet; thence southerly parallel with Nostrand Avenue one hundred twenty-seven 11271 feet nine ana one-nait (yi mcnes w tne northerly side of President Street, and thence east erly along the northerly Bide of President Street one hundred (100) feet to the point or place of beginning. Tngetnpr witn an tite rignt, tine ana interest cf the mor'gi'cor of. In and to the land lying in President Street In front of and sdlacrnt to said premises to the cen ter line tllTef. Dated, Ann! 4 ll"4. GEORC.F TAYLOR . Referee. TAYLOR ROBKHTS. Attorneys for P'aintifT, 7 Hanovrr Srrcet. New York City. Notice is herebv g.ven tha' the above described sale is hereby adtourned to and will be held on May fi, 19.H, at the tame time and place Dated, Brooklvn V. Y , Mar 1. 1934 GEORGE TAYLOR, Referee. Wheat and Corn Sharply Lower Chicago, May 1 UP) Downturns forme dthe rule in grain prices early today. Some points in Kansas reported rains and this, together ith a break In silver and easiness in copper, had a bearish influence on cereals. Wheat closed Vi to 2 cents lower and corn was down '.i to of a cent. More than a 2 cent tumble of wheat values took place. Quickly Bears put stress on word of a cloudburst at McCraeken, Kan. Three inches of rain there were reported, but apparently the downpour was local. To a notable degree, selling of wheat came from houses that had been recent active buyers and were in a position to realize profits, A steadying factor after the early fall of wheat prices was knowledge that no deliveries on May wheat contracts here were announced. On the other hand, forecasts pointed to probable showers and cooler weather in Kansas, Nebraska and South Dakota tomorrow, with likelihood of rain or snow in North Dakota and Minnesota. Taken s a whole, wheat trade much of the time Indicated that crops buying had largely spent its force. Corn and oats sympathized with downturns! of wheat prices, and were responsive to large deliveries on May corn contracts, 2.691,000 bushels. Provisions reflected hog market downturns. Wheat futures purchases yesterday totaled 39,055,000 bushels, corn, 19,519.000. Open Interest in wheat was 95.845,000 bushels, and in com, 75,470,000. GRAIN' AND PROVISIONS WHAET Prey. Optn. Hltrh. 1iw. Close. Close. May... 79 80 78 li 78 80 July... 79H 79U 77 77 79 Sept... 80 80 H 734 78 H B0b CORN PreT. Open. High. Low. Close. Close. May... 45'i 45'i 44 44 s 45H July... 48 48 46; 47 48H Sept.. 49?i 49 48 484 497a OATS Pre. Open. High, Iiw. Close. Case. May... 294 29 29 294 294 July... 29-4 294 29 294 294 Sept.. 29si 294 29 294 294 RYE PreT. Open. High. Low. dose. Close. May... 543i 554 544 54 4 55 July... 55 56 54; 55 554 Sept.. 574 574 56 56 574 BARLEY Prev. Open. High. Low. Close. Close. May 384 38 4 38 4 39 July 40 394 394 394 Sept 414 404 404 414 LARD Prev. Open. High. Low. Close. Ctose. May... 5.67 5.77 5.67 5.70 5.77 July 5.95 5.90 5.90 597 HENRY CLEWS&CO. Members N. Y. Stock Exchange 7-9-1 1 Broadway (Ground Floor) STOCKS-BONDS Investment & Marginal Acc'ts Letters of Credit BRANCHES 2.53 Broadway 84 Union So. 2 34 Fifth Ave. 423 Flftb Ave. 139 E. s:tb St 44 Court St. Brooklvn For vour convenience a branch office la located at 26 Court Street ROBERT E. CADIGA.N. Manarer (Ji$hoim&(hapman Uembtrt New York Block Bxcho.no Established 1!)(I7 S ATIDISCOUNTS H OMOStoSO First Mortgages Send orcall hr lid of offering' CIark-Robinson&Co.fk-. ny aW-eir, N. Y. WeVy 4-771! - Wl tUY AND SfU Jill Ce. Carfiflcolat ( Mortgogei, one) oil S'ocU Bond KINGS COUNTY TRUST COMPANY 3424-6 Fulton Street Borough of Brooklyn an OF NEW YORK Capital . . . $300,000.00 Sarplu . . . 16,000,000.00 orncRt Julian P. Pmtrcaild Preildenl William t. naion Jr.......Vlce-Preiol Howard D. Jooit .Vlc-Pridenl Cbeittr A. Allen Vlce-Preeldenl Albert L Tabor aeareurr Alfred W. Aoraau Aaat. Secretar-i Euftene L. Van Wart. Aiak Btcretarv FORECLOSURES SUPREME COURT, KINGS COUNTY South Brooslvn Savings Banlt. planum, vs. Latico Ho.ding Lujporat.on et ai., de-ienrUnts. Puraunt to )ud;ment entered herln. daled March 26th. 1934, I will sell at public auction, by JAMES A. HEANtY JR.. auctioneer, at Brouklyn Real mute Ex change, 189 Montague Street, Bruok.n, N. Y., on Mav 1st, 134. at la o'rlott noon, tlie mortgaged premises In Brooklyn, County of Kings, directed by eaid Judgment to be sold, on the easterly ;de ol East ljth Street, distant 260 feet troin tl, corner lormed by the intersection of the easterly aide of East 13th Btrect and toe northerly aide of Avenue P, beirj 40 feet In width front and rear by 100 f'et in depth both sides, ana fuliv described .a Mortaase Liber 7141, page 24H. Tojether with all the right, title tr.i lnteren of the party of the first part of, in and the street and avenue lying ;n front of and adjoining aid premies to the center line thereof Dated, April 1th, 1934. WILLIAM A RYAN R'fern. ORR BRKNNAN. Plaintiffs Attorney!, IB Court street, Brooklyn. N. Y. The sale in the above-entitled action I hereby adjourned to May 8th. 1834, at the am hour and place Dated, M 1. lm. WILLIAM A. RYAN, Referee. ml 4 1

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