Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on February 20, 1941 · Page 19
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fJrtAone 3-11 1 Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Thursday Morning, February 20,1941 (Section Two) Page Frr* STOCK MARKETjESyMES DECLINE^DESPITE GAIN IN COMMODITIES y»»~ far Economy Move Studied -or YORK, Feb. 19—(AP)— 1*" i,ori-pts resumed the de- »^irits' m arke , Jrf" rt ,^ a , cnM or >eml annual declaration. fnle>7 othei Symbol,: XD—Ex-dlvldend. ™ l s—Declared or paid lo'far this stnrk. +—Unit of tradlnt 10 shares. A Sales In Hds. High Adams Exp .40e Addressog 1 Air Reduction la Alaska .luneau % Low .5S .?% Allegheny Corp "" and many shares sold __ this year in contrast] Allegheny Lud st _ in commodities on the ^i l ,^ hc s ^ rs * D - ve war threat. | Ains-ch Mfg i% e raw materials as I Amal Leather and silk were on the advance. under accumulation Am Can 4 -_i_ ~..-.-l-.* K~ i,l_ V' 1 ' V ar o: i mipht he in- hv the gathering crisis in • . _i,:..i.«nr4 In- t-nin- Corp 2 Airlines le Bank Note &_ Fdy 7 377, 3 4% ! 20* 2 145 S 5% T- Am Chi- Cable .40z lent, spotlig of bv roin- | Am defenses! ^ Am Chicle s i 20 O 5 4 1 6-V 24 1ST, Aico ^erances of Japanese spokes- & For Pow . FP Si pf .30k 1 of falling *£fg f p * -35* I Am Hide & Leather 6 3 110 1 4% 3 914 IS, 3 13« 15% 4% 4 20 * 20 144H 144 5% 5 1 44 40 6 S3 24 18 Ti 109 4' 9 1' 13 _ —3 'g IS), 109 4% 9 '.4 I'-i ., Wall Street was ,„ „„„. with calculation of the United States shift annum economy would mean _ _ _ „.» of hiEher taxes and restnc-jAm Metal "^normal business activities. Am POW , of government control supply bottlenecks to industry the right of -. „„„ attention to the grow- fconcentration on arms produc- .«.. supervision, it was , „ trade reports, covered ,rice limitation and rationing By mostly on a voluntary ^co-operation with produc- Ice International Locomotive Am M & Fdy .34g 5 & Lt xdl 18 AmP&L S6 pf 1'ik 6 AmP&L S5 pf 1.56k 11 Am Rad&StS .40e 22 Am Roll Mill %e 19 Am Safety Jfazor .80 6 Am Seating fee Am Smelt & R Ug Am Snuff Co 3a Am Stl Fdrs '«g Am Sugar Ref '-g Am Tel & Tel 9 Am Tob B 5 Am Type Fdrs Am Wat \Vks 1% 3»4 .12% 12-4 16% 2% 39% 33% 12H 6 7»i 39* 50 13 15 3% 1% 12"* 12 16% 2% 39% 32% 6 IS 3\ 1214 12 16S 321, 6 11 Am Woolon , Am Zmr L & S the huge defense order i.\n.ironda 2e In aircraft, shipbuilding J A^P w rarer i 6 1 10 3 13 13 158 1 68 5 5 13 3S% 50 21% 13% -: 15S% ins'i 5', jSlred Industries, share prices JitaeKroups were marked down htte general list tan III Arm 111 pr pT Armstr.-mg Cork i; An loom Corp ^ig Assd Dry Goods Atrh T i- S F le Atch T & s F pf 5 All Coast Line , Anaconda, Ken- Atlas Tack .IS B Standard Oil of New Aviation Corp Stein Telephone fell 2, end- fatlSeX. American Airlines lost fcotes'pointed out numerous ™ aitative of the stable industries, including s, have fallen persist- ittrtancent weeks in the shadow /hiihertaxes and possibilities the 'nited States might become more ieply involved In the vorld con- ict. The Associated Press composite rice of 60 stocks finished at 39.9, inost duplicating the 1941 bottom jade Jsst week, which was the jwest since the collapse of France a June, 1940. Transactions in- Teased to 465,430 shares from 320,10 yesterday. Chicago wheat rallied ^i to VB 1 e cent a bushel. Corn rose 1 to lii.NewYork cotton futures ended to 40 cents a bale higher. Cor• bonds trailed stocks on the ie. I In the curb exchange, losses of actions to more than a point ap- ared in Aluminum of America, merican Gas and Electric, Le barneau, New Jersey Zinc and ierwin-Williams. Montgomery larfl A broke 9 to 156 on a small mover. Curb volume expanded to 105,000 »res compared with 93,000 the ttrions day. It Stocks Did Wednesday Tuesdav 43 1 14 6 is 4N, MS 29'., 4H 6S', 5'; •S? ^% 6S'« 5'i 6S S 4'51 6S 614 62 14 20% SS 21'i 62'i Ire .15s Bald Lorn ct Bait & Ohio Bait & Ohio nf Barber Asph '' Barnsdall Oil , Bath Ir Wks «.e Bayuk Cigar 1% Bclding Hem .80 Bendix Aviat 1C Rend Ind Ln l.SSe Beth Slcol l'-g Beth Steel pf 7 17 9 4 5 17 3U 14 3'i 4S Blaw Sanf Knox Boeing Airplane „ Bohn Al & Brass Hg 2 ™ Burden Co .30z " " Bore Warner .40g Bridgeport Brass *ie 4% *'f SV !1% DOS S% 2S% 15 33% 33% 3 1B% 19% 44 76 74% 2 122 U 122 1 25 "i 2? ^ T 18% . 17% 10 9% 20% 20% 20% 74 = 122 25 6 19 taw ill IBUU •visa hltfat HlSillOWt E6 461 193 740 228 1S2 285 194 661 Bklyn Un Gas Bruh.swick Balke lie 2 Bui->-rus Erie .15c Buiii Mfc 'Budd MfK pt Burtd Wheel .20R Buliard Co ".g Burline Mills 1 Burr Add Mach .15£ Butler Bros .15* Butte Cop & Zinc Byere (A>I) Co a 9 .31) 3 3 10 1 2 1 11% 20 9% 3% 73, Calif Packing 1 1 17% Callahan Z-Lcad 7 1% Calumet & Hec le 11 5% Campbell Wyant .35g 1 11% Can Dn- G Ale .60 1 11 «* Canad Pacific 5 3% Case UIi Co 3e 2 44 Caterpil Tractor 2 2 43% 1^*1 r, «<.,•.. r*f*~r* i i • • ~ *>n?i 17H Ilia 20 9S 3S 161, 1714 11' 11 s . inodalcd Pnu Anntes liy the Associated Press 30 16 IS 60 iBdutt Balls ItU 8tock> D.4 D.2 D.2 D.3 "" 1S.5 15.7 17.5 16.9 17.7 15.4 20.5 13.0 Celanese Corp l%e Ceiro ae Pas Ig Certain-teed Prod Ches i- Ohio 3 Chi Pneu Tool Chirkasha Cot Oil %e Childs Co tChile Cop ^ Chrysler Corp l%g Clark Equipment \t Climax Molyb 1.20a Coca-Cola 5e Colgate-Palm-P %a | Collins & Aik 2%s I Coium Br'c .45g I Coium G & El .10g Coium Carbon IE Coml Credit 3 Coml Invest Tr 4 Coml Solvents %e Com'wlth & South Com i- South pf 3 Com'wlth Edis 1.80 Concoleum-Nairn 1 Consol Aircr 2e Consol Clear 1 % e Cons Coppermin %« Cons Edison 2 Cons Edison pf 5 Consol Oil %g Consol RR Cuba pf 5 27% 27 15 i 1 .10 4 f . 2 2 7 6 2 35 1 7 9 n 3 ^ 39 li 10 24 64H 324 2714 871, 10-V 43% 22 37 39% 10 24 64 7614 29S 35 K, 67 11% 24% 18% 3% 76% 29% 35 £% % 28% 2S% 23 i^'i 12% 12% 5'. 5% 21% 20';i 87 1114 24 S IS '4 3'i 76=4 29H 35 50 26S 4 s 42 3 106'i 106 28 5'4 5S 12 H 5% 20". 106 fii'R (Cont a - 8 Cont Cont Ba Jcont Ca ainer Corp Bak A Bak B n 2e '08. ""•eSau fa «tock» used in averages: Today Tuesday Monday 56.500 43,900 30.600 21.400 21.900 14.800 111,000 80.100 gt»tl«tlcs 0326 Awrage Equals 100) 92.7 93.6 119.0 105.8 82.1 20 B.7t' 89.8 Holiday fu 90.7 20 Rails 27.4 27.6 29.9 31.1 30.6 27.3 20 Rails 61.3T 61.7 64.7 57.7 65.4 61.6 20 Itlli 49.S 50.1 55.2 7n. n 55.9 50.1 20 Itiln 100.7 100.8 101.2 ini.fi 101.5 100.6 2 3- 32 13% 13% 2 '"* 7% 1 % % 6 36% 36% 2 35% 35% 29 3 2% Cop'nenveld "SU .20g ~2 14% 14 ji Com Products 3 3 44% 44% Cotv Inc %e 643% Crane Co .SOe 6 15% 15 Crown Cork & S %e 4 23% 22 \ Crown Zellcrbach %g 5 13 12% «Crown Zoller pf 5 .40 87% B7 Crucible Steel 10 37 36% Cuban-Am Sugar 6 3% 3% Cuneo Press 1% 1 22 22 Curtis PublishE 6 1% 1% Curtis Pub pr pf 4 33 32% Curtiss-Wright %e 62 7% 7% Curtiss-Wr A 2 17 25H 25 Cutler-Hammer .35* 3 17% 17% D Deere * Co l'.4« 5 19 Del & Hudson Del Lack & West .-..iDetroit Edison 2g -RSJ Diamond Match \c iDist Corp-Seag h2.22 E-* A Douglas Aircraft 5e S'J ! Dow Chem 3 49.800 22.500 17.900 90.200 90 Storks 3SS 33 S 2". 17S 14 »i 44H 15S 1H 1714 I8S 8 2% 86.2 SS.flT S4.1 S5.9 84.1 Build Plant . -.. Feb. 19— R. Hook, president ' Rolling} . plans to *«»?5-000,000 blast furnace i y ca P aci ty of 1,000 tons l.1 . the concern's Ash, plant time co-operate with the na- program," said Hook. % And Steel |BP Set Mark S.?°RK, Feb. 19-(AP)- ifistic consumption of Dresser Mfc 2e uu Pont de N : Eastern Air L 18% 9 ^ l k n % °% 1 107% 107% 107% 2 27 27 27 1 16% lfi'1 16% 5 64 63% -' 5 123% 122 1 1714 17% 140 13 142 64 12 2, 140% Kastrr.an Kodak - K! Auto-Lite 3 9 Elcc Boat .fide H El Power & I.t 8 El Pow & Lt *6 pf .30e 4 El Pmv & L S7 pf .35e 14 El Storage Bat 2 4 El Paso Nat Gas 2 2 Endicott-John 3 2 Fnc Pub Sen-ice 5 Erie R R 5 Erie I nf 1 Evans Products R Exchange Buffet 2 F Fed Mot Trurk 1 Firestone T & R lie 1 First Nat Strs 2H 2 Flintkole le . 3 Food Machinery 1.60e 1 10 25% 25 25% 24!t 2R 31 S 2fi'4 J9'« 4% H 1 6 14 27% 12% 3V4 23% 12fi 39 12v« 27% Foster Wheeler tFoster Wheeler pf 2 .10 105 4% 1* 5% 14 3 16% 3RH 12% 27% 13% 105 24% 28 31% 2fi% J9% 4% 3 16% 3S'~ 12% 27% 13T4 105 Gabriel Co A 3cn Am Invest Gen Am Trans Gen Baking .60 Gen Brnnze Gen Coble Gon Cicar 3 'Gen Cigar nf 7 Grn Elcc l.fee ,Gcn Foods 2 Grn G ft El A •*Gen Mills 5rr pf 5 Gen Motors %g Grn Out Advert Gon Rv Signal %e Gen Thca Eq .85e Gon T i- Run %g Gillete Saf R .15e 3c H4 114 4'4 4914 6% 17% 50 1 6% 4 4% K 4% Xd2 17\ -n 125% 125 M, 34 31% 30 »„ 3 35 35 1 % % .10 131% 131% 57 41 Vi 40% 12 12 1% 50 6% 4% 4% 17% 125% 31 35 Goodyear T man- Guantan Sugar i, railroads, demoli- Gi'if Mob i Oh i - - Harb-Walker Hg Haves Mfe Hcrkcr Prod .60 Hercules Motor le peddler collec- wrecking opera- 'home" ^Silver Market s i 5 1 9 1 5 7 1 14 i 18 2 3 2 2 2 . 5-4 13 2'i 12 U 59'.i 17'» 3!i 12 11% 10% 3% 5% 13 59 U 17 13'4 22% 21 i% 6% "8$ Horrules Po«-der 2.85e 1 67% 67% THercules Pow pf 6 .10 127 127 Homrslakp Mn 4% xdS 46% 4o% Hour-Hershey B %g 1 H 11 Houston Oil 7 ,„ Howe Sound 3 4 32 -- Hudson Bay M&S h2e 2 16% 16% 40% 12 11% 12H 59 ^ 17i* 48 31 H 13 '4 23 Via 10 * 1U 9>4 20S 2ki 6% 12 67* 127 4S 11 3H 31 «i Hudson Motor J Hupp Motor 16 M 9 T !AP '-Bar sliver Illinois Central J unchanged here today ! III Central pf 2 Indust Rayon 2 4 Inspirat Copper %e S Interchem Corp 1.60 1 Interlake Iron 8 3-4 13 23H *9* 22 ?» 2214 22% 7% 22% ' 22% s On New Y m. Eastern standard Time ncdved over Asi S4a»«ttsw. Jir i V7 .! eltr * or «tras. d— Cash c jear. b— Payable in Canadian fnnds/k— " I Sales In * ™ Bus Machine fiat's Sf* ^ £& sia f ss^cT 1 «& ill ** Int Mer Marine i? 71* i* 3 i* 1 rt Int Nick Can 2 14 "4 "isi ii« cBBJW- s|gf £ « Int Tel & Tel •>= -? -§•• ^ i 1 Interst Dept strs .15s S 5H 5'i 5% 1 iS-M^tf J 88 I§ SS • i&W La,!^ *| a? i* . Kress (S H) 1.60 31 23 ^iT ^ji s] Kroger Grocery Hg 3 25 li 25 U 25 U - Xi i Lambert Co ?ig 1 11 i-> i-> . Lib-O-F Glass t, g 3 35* 35 35 jfLibby. McN&L He 199 SH 5 5 2 Liggett & Myers 4a 1 SS SS SS » Liggett i- My B 4a 1 90 90 90 F, Lima Locomotive 2 23H 22'i 22« . Link-Belt 1 1 34 34 34 i Lion Oil Ref 1 1 9^ 95; as; Lockheed Airc IHe 20 21'i 201, 20-£ s LoeWs Inc 2a 6 30", 30 »i 30 'i , Loft Inc He 107 15». 14 15H L Lone Star Cem 3a 3 36!i 36% 36% , Loose-\VU Bisc lie 6 14 14 14 Lorillard (P) i. 2 '<? s 1SH 17% 17 ?i •• M i MacA & Forbes 2a 2 29 "9 29 MaCK Trucks IHe 226 25 'i 25^1 Man.' (R HI 2 5 23V 234 ^£ Marine Midi .10g 10 4% 4S 44 Marshall Field T40 11 14 4 13'i 14 Jjartm G L Co 2e 9 23»« 23H 23U Martin Parry 4 8% 8 SH Masonlte Corp 1 2 25U 25 •*> Malhieson Alk 1H 5 25li 25U 0: 5>4 tMathioson Alk pi 7 .10174 174 174 Mav Dcpt Stores 3 1 4SH 4SH 4SH Mrlntyre Purr h2.22a 2 31 31 31 McKess & Rob 21 3H 3 3H McKess & Rob pi 3 24H 2-1 °4'v .Mencel Co I 3", 34 31, Mest;i Machine >-g 1 29 29 •») Miami Copper .45e 11 7>» 7 7 Mid-Cont Pet .SOe 1 13'« 137i 13 S Midland SU Prod Hg 2 30'i 30 30'. Minn-Honey Reg 2a 1 41V 41>i 41-u Mir.n-Molinc 2 3'« 3% 3'» Mission Corp >4e 3 9 s * 9ii 9H Mo-Kan-Texas 1 A A A Mo-Kan-Tcxas pf 1 iS i5 i? Mohawk Carpet Vig 2 15 15 15 Monsanto Chem 3e 2 77 tl 77 771; Montgom Ward Ug 20 35%. 35 35^; Motor Products le 1 s* S«i S'.i Poultry And Eggs FCRN1SHED BV ED WELNICK AND SON BCYIXG PRICES Poultry Hens white 2^i to 3 Ibs. .12 Hens white over 3H Ibs. 15 Hens colored 3H to 4H Ibs. .17 Hens colored, 4'i to 5% Ibs. .20 Broilers. 1 to 1'i Ibs. .IS Frvors. white 1\ to 2'i Ibs. .20 Fryers, white 1H to l a c Ibs. .20 Fryers, colored l j i to 2 Ibn. .20 Fryers, colored 2 to 2 1 - Ibs .21 [Fryers, colored 2H to 3 Ibs. .21 Hoastcri soft-bone 3 Ibs. and over .19 Slats .06 Capons .20 Guineas, young .20 Ducks, white Pekin young. 4H Ibs. and up .13 Duckltnrs. all others .10 Geese, young .15 Sauabs over 1 Ib. each .30 Turkeys 1 prime No. 1 torn* .16 Turkey* prime No. 1 hens .14 Turkeys, prime No. 2 torn* .11 Turkeys, prime No. 2 hens .11 Rabbits, young 2 to 3?i Ibs. .10 Rabbits, young 3«i to 4W Ibs. .13 Rabbits, old .03 Em No. 1 large vhite .19 No. 1 medium .17 No. 1 small while .15 No. 1 large colored . ' .17 No. 1 medium colored .16 No. 1 small colored J5 LOS AXGELES LOS ANGELES. Feb. 19— (UP)— Butter: Extras 33. prime lirsts 32. etancards 31 H. undergrade* 30. Large eggs— Candled clean extras 22. candled light dirtv extras 21. candled dean standards 20. candled light dirty standards 19. candled checks IS. Medium eggs — Candled extras 19, candled light dirty extras IS. candled clean standard* 17. candled light dirty standards 16. candled checks 17. Small eggs— Candled extras 15, candled Ught dirty evtras 14. case count 19. Western cheese — Triplet Daisies 16, Long- homs 16 H. loafs 17. Poultry prices— Hens, leghorn*. 2?» to 3V Ibs. 14: o\-er 3H and up to 4 Ibs. 14: oycr 4 Ibs. and up IS: hens, colored. 4 to 5H Ibs. 21: over SH Ibs. and uo 20: broilere. ivi and up to l s ^ Ibs. 19; o\er 1\ and up to 2'» Ibs. 20: fry. leghorns, over 2>i and up to 3 Ibs. 15; colored. 2H and up to 3U Ibs. 16: colored over 3^» and up to 4^» Ibs. 17; roasters. co!of*l over 4W Ibs. and up IS; ctags. colored 14: old roosters, colored 11; leghorn 09: ducklings, Pekin. over 5 Ibs. and up 19: under 5 Ibs. IS: old ducks, white Pekin. 08: geese 15; young torn turkeys. 14 Ins. and under 20 Ibs. 13: 20 Ibs. and UD 12; young hen turkeys. 9 Ibs. and under 11 Ibs. Ifi: 11 Ibs. and up 16: old hen turkeys 11: old torn turkeys 11: capons. 6 to 8 Ibs. 24: over S Ibs. and up 24: rabbits. No. 1 white 34 to 4H Ibs. 16; mixed colors. 3H to 4H Ibs. 13; rabbits, woolley 06: No. 1 old 06. CHICAGO CHICAGO. Feb. 19— (AP)— Butter, re- ceints 692.681: steady: creamery. 90 score 29 H: other prices unchanged. Eggs, receipts S.T9S: Jinn: Tresh graded, extra firsts, local 16. firsts, local 15=., cars.ie^i; current receipts 154i: other prices unchanged. Poultry live. 19 trucks: steady to firm: springs, under 4 Ibs.. Plymonth Rock 20; capons. 7 Ibs. up 22H, under 7 Ibs. If-'; other prices unchanged. KANSAS CITT KANSAS CITY. F«b. 19— (API— Eggs. 14 ^ : current receipts, 14. Other prices unchanged. Dividends NEW YORK. Feb. 19— (AP)— Holders of the approximately IS. 700.000 outstanding shares of American Telephone and Telegraph company, common stock will receive the regular quarterly dividend of S2.25 a share on Apr. 15. The payment, totaling rnughlv S42.OOO.OnO, voted today, will be made to stockholders of record Mar. 17. Gar Wood Industries. Inc.. authorized a dividend of 20 cents a share, payable Mar. 24 to holders of record Feb. 24. the first since 25 cents was disbursed in Jirty. 1037 The company makes motor boats, hoists, car bodies, heating equipment, road machinery and other industrial products at lants in Michigan. Minnesota. New York, California and Ontario. The American Clgaret and Cigar company declared a dividend of $2 a share on common stock, payable Mar. 14. to holders of record Mar. 3. The only 1940 payment was » stock dividend of 1/10 share of American Tobacco company common for each share of American Cigarette stock held, paid In November. The company is cnn- jolled by the American Tobacco company. Cash Provisions CHICAGO. Feb. i9-(AP>-Lard tierces 6.20; loose 5.42: bellies 11.12. orlf Exchange wclaled Press-Arizona Republic leased wlru: disbursements based on the last quarterly ot Included, r stock, e — Paid last year, f — Payable In accumulated dividend paid or declared this M Motor Wheel 1.60 3 15H 1514 15^ Mulllns Mfg B 3 3H 3 S Murray Corp iie 2 SH 5% 6T4 Sal» In Hdl. Hlih law Close Nash-Kelvinator 17 4Vi 4H 414 Nat Acme le 5 17H 17ii 17VJ Nat Aviation lie 2 814 6!i S Nat Biscuit 1.60 IS 17 K% 16H Nat Cash Reg 1 8 12H 12!* 12Vi Nat Dairv Pr .SO 11 13H 131, 13H Nat Distillers 2 6 21 l i 21 21 Nat Gypsum .40e 1 6H 6% 6?i Nat Lead 'ia 1 16 16 16 Nat Pow i U .60 S 6ii 6 6 Natl Steel 3 2 55k 55tJ 554 Nat Supply 11 5 4'i. 5 Nat Tea 5 4?i 41i 414 Natomas Co la 3 97i 9T § 97i Nehl Corp >-a S 8H S g Newmont Min «sg 3 25 l i 25 'i 2511 Newport Indust .30e 7 61« 6H 6Vi Newpt New Ship .40g 6 211i 20Ti 21 N Y Central RR 66 12 li 11 ?> 12 N Y Chi&StL pf 2 2514 25 2514 N Y N H & H 2 li A l i N Y Shipbuilding le 14 25 li 24 *i 25 l i No Am Aviat Hie 17 131i 12H 12% North Amer Co 1.20 42 15'i 15 15 Northern Pacific 8 534 5% 5?i O Ohio Oil .45e 16 6T4 6»i 6^4 Oliver Farm Eq HE 2 1414 13?i 13?i Omnibus Corp 1.20 1 914 914 91 Otis Elevator .20g 3 1514 1514 151 Otis Steel 3 7\ 7*4 7H Ovens-Ill Glass HE 14 41 H 40 H 40ft P Pac Gas & Elec 2 J7 2614 26 2614 'ac Lighting 3 3 3614 36H 361 'ackard Motor 8 2T4 211 1\ Pan Am Airways 4 12>i 12»4 1214 Param Pictures .20g 37 1014 10'i 10S Park U Con M .10e 2 1H 114 114 'arke Davis .40g 3 26'i 261i 26H Palhe Film ..10i> 6 SU S S Patlno Mines .60s 4 7', 7H 7H Penr.ev J C 3a 7 76 14 75 75 Penn Di.v Cement 20 214 2 2 'enn R R 1'ie 27 22H 22«t 22'i Peoples Gas L&C 31ig 2 39 3S* 3S* Petrol Corp .70e 26 6 6 'helps Dodge 'ig 16 2S!4 27% 2Sli Pnilco Corp ?«e 1 11 11 11 'hilm Morris 3 2 7314 7314 7314 'hiUips Pet 2 9 361i 35?4 36 'illsbury Hour 1.60 1 2Hi 21T4 21ft Pitt Scr & Bolt .45e 3 514 51i 51 tPitt Steel pr pf .10 57 57 S7 Plymouth Oil 1.30e 1 14 \ 14 \ 14 X 'oor & Co B 2 61i 614 61 'ressed Steel Car 10 914 9 l i 91 'rocter & Gab 2 11 5214 5Hi SI 5 >ub Svc NJ 2.40 4 2714 27 27 "ullman 1 5 23 22?4 23 >ure Oil 'ie 8 7H 7% 7S Purity Bak lie 2 10* 10H 10H B Radio CD ot Am .20g 70 4 4 4 Zadio-Keith-Orph 11 314 314 314 Ravbest-Man 14« 1 19 19 19 *avonier Inc 1 13 13 13 leading Co 1 2 12V 1214 121j '.emins Rand .20g 3 Sli 814 814 Reo Motors ct 3111 Reoub Steel lig 55 1774 17H 1714 Revere Copper & Br 4 Sli S 8 ieynolds Metals .30e 2 10H 10H 10«4 Reynolds Tob B #g 11 3214 31?i, 32 Richfield Oil lie 6 7»i 7H 7H S Safewav Stores 3a 4 38 37'i 3714 'Safe St 5^o pf 5 .40 llflli 11014 11014 St Joseph Lead 14g 1 34 34 34 Scheney Distill 14 914 9 9 1 * Seaboard Air Line 5 11 H H Sears Roebuck 3a 7 60 T4 6914 6974 Serve Inc 1 10 10 9H 9?4 Sharon Stl Corp lie 1 11 U 11 Shattuck (FGl .40 5 4H 411 414 Shell Union Oil Xe 3 1071 10«i 10"4 Simmons Co 2e 3 17 17 17 Skeliy Oil IHe 1 18H 1874 1874 Smith (AO) Corp lie 2 14>4 144 1414 Socony-Vacuum Hg 39 8T4 8% 8» So P Rico Sug 1 4 16>i 1614 161 Sou Cal Edison Ilia 4 25S 25H 25»4 Southern Pacific 35 SH SH 8Mi Southern Rv 6 11H 11"4 11H Southern Rv pf 19 20'i 19 S J 201i Sparks Withington 3 1H 1*4 1'4 Sporry Corp 2e 16 32Hi 3t»i 31^ Spiegel Inc .15g 2 514 514 51 Square D Co 2.SOe 6 32 31 "« 32 stana Brands ,40a 41 fi>4 S 6 Std G & E S4 pf 4 2H 214 2'4 Stand Oil Cat 1 33 1SH IS 18 Stand Oil Ind 1 21 25H 25S 25>i Stand Oil N J la 32 33'4 33 33 s Stewart-Warn He 3 6'4 6K 6K Stone & Webster He 4 6H 6 6 Studebaker Corp 7 B14 6 6 Sun Oil la 5 55 55 55 Sunshine Mng 1.60 R SH 814 SS Superior Oil .ISe 4 1«4 1>4 114 Swift & Co l.20a 3 22H 2214 2214 r Tenn Corn *is 1 Ti; 7"4 7M Texas & Pacific Ry 2 814 SS SH Texas Corp 2 19 3514 34*4 34H Texas Gulf Prod .20e 4333 Texas Gulf Sulph 2a 7 35 S 35H 35 S Tex Pac C & O .40 3 5"4 514 5V Tex Pac L Trust .10e 1 37i 3H 3f Thermoid Co 7 411 4'1 4'4 Tide Wat A Oil .60 8 9* 9H 9?4 Tide Wat A O pf 414 1 98 98 98 Timk-Det Axle 31i« 9 2SH 2714 27H Transamerica H 4 4"4 4'4 4K Trans & West Aid 4 13 «4 13H 13 l ; Tri-Cont Corp 2 1H l l l H Truax-Traer C He 1 4 4 4 Twent C-Fox F 3 574 5M 5H D Under«-ood-El 2iie 4 32 32 32 Union Bag & P le 9 10H 10 10 Union Carbide \g 22 «2» t 61% 621J Union Oil Cal 1 5 13V4 1314 13ll Union Pacific 6 5 76*1 76H 76M Union Tank Car 3 3 26 25H 25>i United Air Lines 2S 12H 1214 1214 United Aircr 3He 17 3514 34H 34% United Carbon 3 4 47H 47 47 United Corp S 114 1H 1H Unit Fruit 4 2 6314 6314 63M United Gas Imp .SO 37 8«4 SH 814 U S Gvnsum 2a 6 61 H 60 60 U S Indus AIco 3 2114 21H 21H U S Leather A 2 614 6 6 U S Pipe & Fdrv 2 2 29 28H 28H U S Plvwood 1.20 5 21 20H 2"l! U S Real i Imp 1 1H 1H 1M U S Rubber 36 1SH 17 T i 1814 II S Rubber 1 of 8 26 81 SOH SOH U S Smelt RiM Ig 1 5S 58 58 LT S Steel le xd!24 56H 55 5554 U S Steel pf 7 2 11SH 118 118 U S Tobacco .32g 2 2S 25 28 tUniv Pictures 1 pf .40 139 138 138 Vanadium Corp 114e 4 26% 26H 26H Vick Chem 2a 4 42H 4214 4214 Va-Caro Chem 2232 w Walker H G * W h4 3 26'/i 26 26 Walworth Co 4 4H 4H 4«i Ward Baking B 1 Ti Ti 74 Warner Bros Pict IS 274 2H 2 Warren Bros 2 H H H tWarrcn Bros cv pf .50 888 Waukesha Motor 1 1 15 15 15 Vest Auto Sup xdll 2414 24 24 West Maryland 13 33 West Pacific pf 2 A A A West Union Tel le 15 10U 19 19 Westing Air Br UZ 7 197. 19H 19H West El & [g Ig 14 91% 9014 91 Wheeling Steel 4 25H 25 25 White-Motor IS 12«i 12H 12% White Rk M Sp 2 5U 514 5H Wi son & Co 17 414 4H 4H Woolwrth (FW> 2.40 20 3014 SOH 30H Worthlngton P&M 3 17 16H 1614 Wrigley (W) Jr 3a Xd2 70 69% 69% Y Yellow Tr & C IHe 11 13H 12'4 1274 Young Spg & W He 1 9H 9H 9H Youngst Sh Hg 17 32 H 3114 32 I Zenith Radio le 2 1274 12% 1274 Zonlte Products 8222 SALES STATISTICS Artlv. ttockl 410.100 Inactive* S.330 Tolal loday 4*S,430 Prevloui dajr 320,050 \Voek ago closed. Year azn 182,830 TITO yearn aco closed 4an. 1 In date 18,7011,835 Vrar axn 18,288.850 Two years n«o 35,050,088 /•"•> A If 1 Exclusive (. .otton Market Repubuo Dispatch R EPORTS received from the U. S. Bureau of Agricultural Economics place the premiums offered on PREMIUM-STAPLE COTTON as noted below. Premiums were compiled from prices at which cotton is actually sold, and lengths are described to conform with the official standard of the United States. New Orleans middling 10.32. Staples based on March futures. Strict middling Inch 60 points on; 1 1/32 inches 80 points on; 1 1/16 inches 115 points on; 1% Inches 215 points on. Demand fair. NEW YORK NEW YORK, Feb. 19— (API—Reduced supplies of cotton futures for sale brought price gains of 2 to 8 points today. C 1 n^,, tTufuroc (Furnished By E. F. Button ft Co.) UOltOn r UlUreS (Member of New York Cotton Exchange) Liverpool New York New Orleans in Pence Open High Low Close Open Close Open Close January 9.66 9.66 9.61 9.64 9.66 9.67 8.15 March 10.28 10.30 10.25 10.29 10.35 10.36 8.23 8.23 Ma y 10.25 10.28 10.22 10.28 10.29 10.32 8.24 K Ju ]y 10.11 10.15 10.09 10.15 10.17 10.18 8.25 8.25 g October 9-69 9-69 9.62 9.68 9.73 9.74 8.21 8.19 S3 December 9.66 9.66 9.61 9.66 9.69 9.71 8.16 | New York Bonds New York Stock Exchange NEW YORK, Feb. 19-(AP)-Most sections of the bond market were under moderate selling pressure today and prices 1 tractions to around a point gen- = nH In some cases, as much as 5. j" ----^'ousness in financial quarters developments in the war theaters was r JfHKipal reason advanced by brokers lor the recession, which was accomplished ,! 'HP 10 .*™ °f but , 55.042.700. par Yesterday's sale* totaled 55.127, rail group in the Associated Press ~!f"£ es . sank to a new i 9 * 1 low at 60.2. oil .d of a point, notwithstanding the fact the .day's grist ot news affecting the carriers- w-as more favorable than otherwise on value. 875. ^ were, among others. Interna- ' i °" al . Hydro Electric 6s at 45»i. Boston and Maine 4Ks at 20%, Childs Company 5s at 27«i (a new low for the year) Rock Island general 4s at 15%. Pere Marquette 4s at 63 and Pennsylvania general 4%s at 105%. ... Am ™K the few Issues contesting the tide for small advances were Montana SSS oi! s 2'Fs aciflc Ga5 3 * s and Contl U. S. government* lost up to 15/32 of point in the long-term treasury list w-hile a few maturities nearer by closed up a shade. British Empire bonds reflected nervousness in the foreign group. Australia 4V,s and New South Wales 5s were among the losers* BOND AVERAGES Compiled by the Associated Press 20 10 ID 10 Bails Indust UtU D .3 60.2 60.5 63.7 S7 ' e „ . . Net change Wednesday Previous day Montn ago A .1 104.5 104.4 105.0 102A 105 - 3 A .1 99.1 99.0 101.0 Fen. . 40.5 Wheat Rally Is Extended CHICAGO, Feb. 19—(AP) wheat market's recovery, inaugurated yesterday on strength of short covering and scattered mill buying, was extended almost a cent a bushel today despite a sharp mid- session setback. Spreading cold weather much of the grain belt, small-scale mill purchases and reduced receipts at principal terminals structive factors. Prices rose Vj cent at the start, then fell about a cent, largely reflecting weakness of securities, but rallied again in the final hour to 1940 low 50.5 .._ iOD.d 101.3 41.5 60.2 104.4 99.0 38.0 61.4 105.9 100.7 53.5 48.3 98.9 90.3 35.1 10 LOW YIELD BONDS 113.1 113.9 114.6 114.6 Prev. day Year ago 1941 low 1940 low Low yield Month ago 1941 high 1940 high Salei In ,„ . Sl.OOO High Alleghany cv 5s 44 7 90?. Alleshany cv 5s 49 12 79 Am & For P 5s 2030 26 53% Am I C Chem 5%s 49 Am Int 5Hs 49 Am T & T 5%s 43 Am T & T 3%s 66 Arm Del 4s 57 Arm Del 4s 55 AT & S F 4s 95 AT 4 SF 4%s C-A 62 1 110 113.1 112.3 113.1 10S.4 Low Close Sell T Pa 5s 60 Beth Stl 3i.is 65 ikly Edis 3VJs 66 Can Nat Ry 4%s 51 Can Nat Ry 4%s 57 Can Nor 6%s 46 Can Pac 4%s 46 Can Pac 4%s 60 Can Pac 4s perp :en N Y Pow 3^5 Ten Pac 5s 60 Certain-td 5%s 48 C B & Q 4%s 77 C B & 3 4s 58 Chic Gt West 4J 59 CMSP & Pac 5s 75 3 13014 130 6 104«4 104U 104% 5 108% 108% 108% 62 3 1 3 49 _ ,40 Chr& N\V"cv'4»i« 49 15 5 91% 9014 5 91 9014 1 1O2% 102% 5 78% 78% 1 65% 65% 4 53 5214 9014 102% 78% 65% 52 li 10S1J 10614 10614 47% 47% 47% 3214 114 85 71 *i 83% 31% 5% Ui 85 72 8314 32 57t •olumbla G 5s 52 May 3 104 104 104 Comw Ed cv 3!4s 58 14 114<4 11414 11414 Con Edis 314s 48 1 105H 10514 105H, Jonsum Pow 314s 70 2 10974 109% 109% 3%_ ... Cuba No Ry 5%s 42 ) 4 R G 4s 36 Duquesne Lt 3%s 65 Gen Stl Cast 5%s 49 Goodrich 4'.is 56 Gt Nor Ry 5%s 52 i 4 M rfa 5s 57 11 Cen 4%s 66 nterlake Iron cv 4s 47 5 nt Hydro El cv 6s 44 14 nt Pap 5s 47 nt T & T 5s 55 •C C Term 4s 60 .ouisia & Ark 5s 69 I K Tex 5s 62 A I K T 4%s 78 t K Tex 1st 4s 90 I K Tex 4s 62 B lo Pac cv 5%s 49 lo Pac 5s 77 |.'atl Steel 3> 6* •rye rfg 5s 2on MYC 4%s 2013A .. 109% 109% 16% 16% 16% 15 7% 7% 7% 31 1D8% 108% 108% 21 85% 8-174 85 7 105% 105 1O5% 2 105% ire>% 105% 37 46% 46 46 28 29% 29% 29% "" 97% 97% 97% . 4614 ._ 6 10314 103 45% 45% — —.a 103 27 39% 39 39% 6 im\ 107% 107% 1 S4lf 84% 84% 13% ---• 12«i 27 1214 19% close May 79?s-%, July 75. ished 1% higher, May 61%, July 60%; oats C'3-% up; rye %-!% lower; soybeans IVk-lJz higher and lard 8-10 higher. The cold wave, apparently more severe over the soft winter wheat belt than In the southwest, expected to be prolonged, with temperatures likely to recede in the latter area. However, some rain or snow was reported at several points in the Southwest. Receipts at the 12 p interior terminals totaled bushels compared with 285,000 yesterday and 382,000 a year ago. Kansas City reported cash wheat receipts were the lightest in two weeks. Yesterday Kansas City reports indicated wheat was moving more freely in K homa. One sale i of free wheat in - ~~.. ... ijtunii r ut », reported at around the recent low Bunk mil & s level of prices. This wheat had ca" h been carried for more than a year, cataiin Another lot of 12,000 bushels had Chi Flex shaft ILv llv "J •• « 4« J lea •ft ^^ %ft p) The ,n3.u§ur~ of short ill buy» cent ci ro mid™ T OV6F all-scale receipts re con- ie start» gely reties, but hour to 'sterday, jcn iiii" 5 n TlllV /a » ** ui y %-!% r her and ly more " wheat ;st, was ith tern- in the ne rain several rincipal 184,000 500 yes- ar ago. whesit in two City removing d Okla- bushels hnr \vas Metal Market NEW YORK, Feb. 19— (AP)— 1 ' Copper steady; electrolytic spot Connecticut valley, 12.00; f. a. s. New York 10.37 J£ -13.00. Tin firm; spot and near-by 52.50; forward 52.50. Lead firm; spot New York 5.65-5.70; forward 5.50. Zinc firm; East St. Louis spot and forward 7.25. Pig iron quiet; No. 2 f. o. b. Eastern Pennsylvania, 24.00; Buffalo, 23.00; Alabama, 19.38. Aluminum, virgin 99 per cent 17.00. Antimony, Chinese, spot 16.50. Quicksilver 171.00-173.00. Platinum, pure 36.00. Chinese wolframite, duty paid 25.0026.00. Domestic scheelite, 24.00. New York .Curb Stock And Bond Prices XD— Ex-dividend. EX— First sale since ex-dividend date or dates. XR — Ex-rights, a — Also extra or extras. b — Includfug extra or extras, c — Declared or paid so far this year, f — Payable In stock, g — Paid tnls year; no regular rate. It— Cash or • stock, k — Accumulated -iiv. paid this year, ar — I'nder rules, ww — With warrants. Sales In Hds. High Laiv Close Aero Supply B 2 5% 514 5?» Alum Co Am 1 13514 13514 13514 Alum Co Am p£ .50 114'* n4>4 11414 Am Cyan B 4 32 li 31% 32 Am Gas 4 El 10 23% 2SVi 2814 Am Light & Tr 1 U>i 11% 1174 Am Superpow 2 H !» 14 Ark Nat Gas 1 lli 1H 1H Atlas Corp war 1 A A A Auburb Cen Mfsr 4 3k 3"i 314 Aviation & Trap. 32 3% 3& 3% Babcock & Wil 2 2514 25 25 Baldwin Loco war 5 414 4% 414 Barium Sta SU 2111 Bell Airc 9 19 14 19 19 Bellanca Airc 1 37i 374 374 Berk & Gay Turn 4 14 ',4 14 Bliss E W 13 14 13% 13% Bridgept Mich . 1 1% 1H 1% been carried years. In storage for two Brown F & W Corp Am pf, Coium G & E pf. & Stl Rye prices tumbled as much as cons sti Corp 2Vi cents at one time to the lowest c?"oie pet levels of the season following an- Crocker wn El M nouncement that trading in July croft Brewing and September contracts will cease EaSie pS Ld next Monday except for liquidation Eitond & Sh of contracts. May contracts will •JYChiA-StL 5Hs 74A 8 NTYCnlAStL 414s 7S 31 64 3 4 4 14 22 2 104 30 6214 57 57 13% 12'i 26 li 6S 55% 61% 56% 67 54% 6214 56 H 67 54S liagara Sh cv 514s 50 1 102S. 102H 102»i S'or Pac 4s 97 19 7Sli TTH 77% for Pac 3s 2047 n ac G & E 3Ss 61 4314 42S 4314 IIOS 110S 'en P 4 Lt 414s 74 7 107"4 107& 10714 'en RR gen 5s -_ n RR en 414s 60 'en R gen 4l4s 65 Pen RR 4«4s deb 70 " R R sen 4ki 'helps Dodee " •hiia Co 5s 67 5 114H 114 114 5 121S 121H 19 106 19 91 10514 10514 ..- . - - 90 9011 kis 81 IS 101% 10114 10114 314s 52 1 106S 106S 10SM ! 18 106S 10614 106S Rand 41is 56wav 9 103S 103H 103S Republic Steel 514s S4 10 10314 10314 10314 ^public Steel 414s 61 5 1O414 104H 1D4H Richfield Oil 4s 52 Soconv-Vac 3s 64 Sop Pac 414< 68 Sou Pac 4Hs 81 So Pac clt 4« 49 South Ry 64s 56 South Ry gen 6s 56 tudebaker cv 6s 45 Jnit DrUK 5s 53 Ttah P A L 5s 44 (,'arner Bros 6s 48 I'estern Un 5s 51 VTieel Stl 414s 66A Vilson & Co 4s 59 4 105»i 105 3 105H 105 31 44 4314 46 4414 -— 5 43 15 80 4 7514 10 102 10 8314 105 105 43H 43S 4314 43 43 79 79 7514 7514 10114 10114 . _ 83 S3 16 103 «i 10314 10314 2 94 93 93 5 74T4 7414 7414 8 105 105 105 7 10714 1071i 107S foung SAT cv 4» 48 43 102S 102H 102S FOREIGN BONDS .njentine 4H« 71 20 68 67S 68 Srazll Ss 41 44 19 18 H 19 -anada 5s 52 8 96 97'i 9714 a- Gov 5Hs 6S 3 8S SS 8S taly 7s 1951 1 43S 43S 43* erbs Cts SI Ss- 63 1 714 714 714 okyo El Lt 6s 53 40 4714 4614 4614 Sugar Quotations NEW YORK. Feb. 19—(AP)—Trade orecasts of an early advance in refined ugar gave impetus to the current thrust head in domestic sugar futures. Distant ellveries reached the season's top marks nd the list generally gained 1 to 2 points i sales of 13.300 tons. World futures ended H' higher to 1 low- r but sales amounted to only 3,000 tons; arch .68B. May .72B. In the raw market. 6.000 bags of •uerto Rlcans clearins February 27 sold t 3 cents a pound. Only one lot was vailable later at this price, with other Terings scaled up to 3.10 cents. Good demand appeared for refined wally at the unchanged price of 4.45 'NO. "s ?lose:" March 2.08B: May 2.13B: not be affected. Trading in new grades will begin next Tuesday. These changes are subject to approval by membership of the exchange voting Monday. They were made necessary by changes in official grading standards. New oats contracts also will be traded, but the change in oats standards does not alter specifications of existing grades and trading in old style contracts will be continued. Outstanding strength of corn was attributed partly to lifting ofi hedges in connection with 127,000 bushels sold to shippers. The country sold 74,000 bushels on a "to-arrive" basis. Cold weather was expected to stimulate farm feeding. Lard borrowed strength from cottonseed oil. Range of prices on grain and provisions exchange follows: WHEAT: May 79% 79X 78% 79H-?i July 74%-% 75 73% 75 Sept. 75 75% 74% 75%-% CORN: May 60% 61% 60 61% July 60% 60% 79% 60% Sept. 59% 60 5SH 60 OATS: May 34% July 31% Sept. 30% El Bond & Sh pf El Bo & Sh $5 pt Equity Corp Faircl ty C •hild Av May July RYE: May July Sept. LARD: Mar. May July 90-9114 87 li 4214 44% 44 6.20 6.32 6.47 35 31% 30% 91% 87% Sept 6.65 BELLIES: 44% 44 li 6.25 6.40 6.57 6.72 34S 31 li SOS 89*4 85% 40% 32% 43% 6.17 6.30 6.45 6.62 35 3114 3014 9114-Vi 87% 41 «t 43H 44 li 6.25 6.40 6.57 6.72 May 11.00 CHICAGO CHICAGO. Feb. 19—(AP)—Cash grain: Com: No. 2 yellow 62S: No. 3. 61%: No. 4. 58-61: No. 5. 36-58%: No. 5 yellow weevily 6414; sample grade white 55%. Oats: No. 1 red 37, sample grade mixed grain 3414: No. 1 white extra heavy 38; No. 3 white heavy 38; No. 3 white 3614: No. 3 white heavy 3714; sample grade white 31"i-33!4. Barley: Malting 51-66 nom: feed 42-51 nom: No. 1. 56: No. 3. 62: No. 1 malting 53: No. 1 malting tough 52-66: No. 2 mall- inn 63. Soybeans: No. 2 yellow 92: No. 4. 89. Field seed per hundredweight nominal: Timothy 4.00: ajsike 9.50-12.00: fancy red top 7.50-8.00; red clover 8.00-10.00; sweet clover 3.50-4.00. uiv~ 2.18B: 'September 2.22B: 24B: January 2.22B; B-Bld. November U. S. Bonds Hs 45-43 is 46-44 14s 52-47 s 55-51 s 56-54 _s 60-55 %s 59-56 s 65-60 TREASURY Baled In SI,000 HI?h tx)W Clou* 1 107.3 107.3 107.3 1 108.3 108.3 108.3 2 119.9 119.9 119.9 1 110.9 110.9 110.9 1 103.10 103.10 103.10 1 107.26 107.26 107.26 1 107.1 1 107.8 107.1 107.8 FEDERAL FARM MTO. (4,64-44 2107 107 _ 107.1 107.8 107 49-44 52-44 1 106.29 106.29 106.29 HOME OWNERS JLOAJT 8 106.25 106.23 106.25 1 102 102 102 58 lOOli 10014 10014 Earnings es and provision of S223.401 for excess ,,titt taxes eaual to S1.91 each on 199,745 ares This rampared with $104.712. or cents each on 135.612 shares In 1939. . 1940 earnings included operating re:» of the California^division^formerly craft Precision •quisition Aug. 4, ayton, Ohio. Wool Market BOSTON Feb. 19—(AP)—The Boston ool market was fairly active today and o hulk of sales continued to be in the ner grades of foreign wools. A number wMl dealers, however. »;ere selling ntracted domestic wools for forward de- •erv Quotations on original bag fine rrilorv wools for toward delivery ranged om 95 cents to 51.05. scoured basis, with e majority of sales reported around HS nts to S1.03. scoured basis. Sales of -month Texas wools were reported at .03™]I 05. and eight month wools at HJ- tcoured basis. WOOL TOP FUTURES NEW YORK Feb. 19-(AP>—Wool top tures^ lost L0 () to Jj^cents^ today^under Krai selline accelerated idday. Demand was wn covering and bu; av 122.3B: July 118.0i B—Bid. O MINNEAPOLIS HflNNEAPOLIS. Feb. 19—(AP)—Wheat receipts today 42 cars compared with SO a year ago. Trading basis unchanged. Quotations % cent higher. Cash: No. 1 heavy northern 82%. Dark northern No. 1. 81%: No. 2. 80%. No. 3. 7S%-79%: fancy No. 1 hard Montana 83%: Minnesota-South Dakota No. 3 dark hard winter 79%-SO%. Hard amber durum: 72%-77%. No. 1 red durum 72%-73%. Corn, No. 3 yellow 5414-5614. ' Trading basis unchanged. Quotations 1% cents higher. Oats. No. 3 white 32%-33H. Barley. 40-55. Rye. No. 2. 46ti-49%. Flax. No. 1. 1.70%-1.76%. Sweet clover seed. 3.50-75. Ranse of prices: Ford Motor Ltd Gen Alloys Glen Aid Coal Gt All & P m Gulf Oil Hecla Min Humble Oil Imp Oil Ltd Ind Pipe L Ins Co N Am Int Pap & Pow war Int Petrol Irving Air Ch Jones & Lau Stl Kingston Prod Lehigh C & N Long Is Ltg Louis L, & B Mesabi Iron Molybdenum Montg Ward A Mt City Cop Mount Prod Nat Bellas Hsss Nat Rub Mch Nat Sug Ref Nat Tun & Mines N J Zinc Nlag Hud Pow Nor Am Lt & Pow Pac G&E 6 pf . Pantepec Oil Ven Pennroad Pa Gas & El A Pitts PI Gl Republic Avia St Regis Pap Selected Indus Shat Denn Sherwin Wms Singer Mfg Southl Royal St Oil Ky St Oil Ohio pf Sterling Inc Sunray Oil Todd Shipyards Tubize Chat Unit Lt & Pow A U S Foil B U S Radiator Utah P&L pf Vultee Airc West Va C & C Wright Hars .30 6 3 3 2 17 5 JO 4 10 29 5 13 5 2 1 6 4 4 1 3 3 -11 2 2.50 2 3 4 5 1 5 30 11% i£ 314 68 3'/4 SS* ig 114 8% 9914 54% 6% 314 64 li 1% Sli 114 214 V, 7% 30 11% 114 7% 314 68 354 48 54 Sli ll* 4% 1* 814 3 S* 8* lla % Sli 99 30 11% 114 7% 314 5% 6% 314 61 5414 li 8 114 31 *&* 64 "i 114 6V.1 3% 64% 11 Vi 27 % 7V» .30 162% 156 15 2% 136 ^ 2% 33* 2Ti 8 2% 64% 2% % 33 6414 lii 79% 79% "'I 3% 3% 2 2 3 % 18 3% 1 72% .20 120 5 5% 6 18% __ .25- 108% 108% 108% 4 1% 1% 1% 72% 72% 120 120 5% 5% 18 18 1% 83 6% 7S* IS 114 78 v. 6% 274 4% S3 114 7ST4 6% 2!i 4% Ark CCKB DOMESTIC BONDS Sales In $1,000 High Low Close P & L 5s 56 5 106% 106% As El 4%s 53 Baldw L 6s 50 Can Pac 6& 42 Cities Ser 5s 50 Cit s : - - --• 10 4554 45 45 23 111 " 110% 110% 4 71 n ~ 45 81% 80% 5%s 49 12 S9?i SS% Glen Alden Coal 4s 65 5 81% 81% - — 1 39 39 _ 13 68% 67% Nevada" Cal "E 5s 56 33 92% 91% 71 81 88% 8114 39 68 9114 — — — , ---- -- Pen Cen PAL 414s 77 5 104% 104% 104% Safe Har VV 414s 79 5 107% 107% 107% SoCnty G Cal 414s 6S 5 102 A 102A 102A Stand G & E 6s 51 6 77% 77« 77« Stand P & L 6s 57 17 77% 7614 7614 - - 12 106% 106H 106% Tex El S 5s 60 Tex P & L 5s 56 Unit L & P 7s 75 West Newsp Un 6s 44 3 107% 107% 107% - ---- ---- Hogs, Cattle, Lambs Drop KANSAS CITY. Feb. 19— (USBAJ— Hogs: Salable and total 2.000: slow, mostly 10 lower than Tuesday: top 7.70; good and choice 170-270 Ibs. 7.55-65: a few 2SO-350 Ibs. 7.25-55: 140-160 Ibs. 7.10-50; BOWS 6.40-90: stock pigs 7.00 down. Cattle: Salable 3,000. total 3.050; calves Salable and total 250: going very slow- on fed steers, a few medium shortfeds about steady: most bids around 25 lower: fed heifers fairly active, fully steady: cows rather slow, steady: bulls, vealers and calves unchanged: stocker and feeders steady; bulk fed steers medium and good grades eligible to sell 9.25-11.25: a few- loads held upward to 12.00 and above: choice Colorado heifers 12.15: several loads good grade heilers 10.00-11.00: butcher cows 6.00-7.50: good and choice vealers 10.00-12.00. top 12.50: few loads good and choice feeders 10.00-60; good 815 Ib. stock cows 7.00. Sheep: Salable 4.000, total 4.600; no early sales, opening bids around 25 lower on slaughter Iambs: asking fully steady; best fed lambs held above 10.75. LOS ANGELES LOS ANGELES. Feb. 19—(Federal-State Market News Service)—Hogs salable supply 200: steady to 10 lower: hulk medium to choice 170-240 Ib. S.35-90: too 9.00 on tew wad 211 Ib.: of£ weights 7.00-8.35: packing sows 6.35-75; odd outcher sows to 7,35. Cattle salable 750: slow on steers and heifers: generally steady; few common; to medium steers S.00-10.00; best held around 11.00; fleshy feeders 10.25; few common to medium heiters 8.00-9.00; best held abova 9.50; cows 7.00-S.15: some held 8.25: canners and cutters 5.00-6.75; bulls 7.50-8.25; some held higher. Calves salable 175: steady: few vealers to 13.50; choice quoted 14.00; few stock: calves 11.50-12.00. Sheep salable none; good to choice Wooled ambs quoted around 10.75: good ewes 6.75. CHICAGO CHICAGO. Feb. 19— (USDA)—Salable logs 15.000: total 18.500; generally 10-2O ower than Tuesday's average, fairly active it decline: top 8.10: bulk 1SO-240 Ibs. 7.80-8.05: most 240-270 Ib. butchers 7.7090: 270-330 Ib. 7.50-80: good and choice 60-1SO Ib. lights 7.50-S.OO: most good 400-500 Ib. packing sows 6.90-7.15: lighter weights to 7.25. Salable sheep 5.000: total 6.000: late Tuesday, fat lambs mostly 10 higher, extreme too 25 up at 11.10 on load good to choice 89 Ib. fed lambs to city butchers; nractical shipper top 10.85; bulk good to choice fed xvetserns up to 103 Ib. 10.85; medium to good handy weights 10.50-75 : today's trade, fat Iambs opened strong to 15 higher but all interests not yet following and some bids only steady: several loada good to choice handy weight fed wooled lambs 11.00 to packers, some held higher, few sales medium to good handy weight fed lambs 10.75; no early action on limited supply sheep. Salable cattle 10.000: calves 700: (at steer trade slow, weak to 25 lower; some bidding fully 25 or more lower: mostly eteer run with killing quality improved:! steer grading good and choice in liberal supply, mostly 9.75-13.25 market, with 15.00 bid on prime steers; medium short feds 9.00-10.00: all other classes cattle fairly active and strong; choice to prime Nebraska heifers held above 12.50: balk heifers 9.00-11.00: cows relatively scarce, strong weight cutters on common beet cows tvpe to 6.25: few canners under 4.50, most desirable weighty bulls 8.00-15 with S.2o paid: choice weighty shipping vealers to 14.00, the price paid more freely. DENVER DENVER. Feb. 13—(USDA)—CaKIej Salable and total 1.300: calves: salable and total 200: bulls and vealers fully steady; common to medium hulls 6.407.00: practical top vealers 13.00: little done on other Killing classes: talking; weaker: few beef cows 7.00 down: stock- era and feeders steady: steers 11.00 down; few light stock calves up to 13.00. Hogs: salable SCO; total 1.800; unevenly steady to 10 lower, all buying; good and choice 1SO-270 Ib.. 7.40-7.75: early top 7.75 to most interests; few 270-300 Ib. 7.15-7.50: well finished 160-180 Ib.. T.357.75: most sows 6.25-6.50; few choice lightweights 6.65. Sheep: Salable 4.500: total 4,900; opening sales trucked-ln lambs steady to strong at 9.90-10.25: no carlots sold, asking strong to shade higher or above 10 63 freight paid: most Interests talking weak: few medium native ewes 4.00. 85% 63 85% 6214 6214 WHEAT Mav July September CORN May old May new OATS Mav Julv RYE May Julv FLAX May July September High V9% 77% 75% 5614 Low 78% 76 H 7414 55. Close 79% 77% 75% 56 li — — 56% 3114 2S% 41H 41% 1.71 1.6S14 1.61 30% 2814 3914 40% 1.69 1.6714 1.60 28% 4014 41% 1.69% 1.6814 1.6014 Loan Interest Cut Is Mapped BERKELEY, Calif. Feb. 19— (AP) E. A. Stokdyk. president of the Berkeley Bank for Co-Operatives, said today interest on facility loans would be reduced to 3V= per cent from 4 after March 1. The reduction will apply to loans already on the books as well as new loans, Stokdyk noted. Some of the old loans carried rates as high as 4Mt per cent. Farm co-operative associations in the four Southwest states, California, Arizona, Nevada and Utah. served by the bank will save around $17,500 a year on loans now totaling more than $3,000,000. The reduction will not apply to other classes of loans such as operating capital loans — already at 2 per cent — and commodity loans buying by the trade. :.OB: Oct 114.1B. Treasury Receipts WASHINGTON. Feh 19^-(AP)-The -7,266.69: customs receipts for month R4<w r U662- receipts for fiscal jear uivl) $3:531^69.044.89: expenditures S6^47.S51.S73.51: excess of expeg™"?* S3:416.3S2.82S.62: gross lebt S46.040.16,.- decrease under previous da v Sl,_ Q , c 402.32: ecrease un , - 8.16 649,287,99: gold asset! $22,133,213,241.30. WINNIPEG WINNIPEG, Feb. 19— (AP)— Wheat: High Low Close Mav 79>4 77* 77H Julv 79>i 7ST4 79* Cash wheat, No. 1 hard 75%: No. 1 northern 75-V, No. 2, 73; No. 3, 70; No. 2 white oats 33%: No. 3, 32H. OMAHA OMAHA. Feb. 19—(API—Cash wheat: No. 1 dark hard, 76Vi-77; No. 2 hard. 77; >lo. 2. 75-76: No. 3. 74%. Corn. No. 3 yellow, 54K. Oats. No. 3 white. 32?i; No. 4. 32. Rye and barley, none. Foreign Exchange NEW YORK, Feb. 19—(AP)—Shanghai and Hone Kong dollars declined today In relation to the United States dollar alter a sustained rise put both currencies at the year's highest prices. Firms Report Bond Offering NEW YORK, Feb. 19—(AP)— The Republic Steel Corporation announced today it had filed with the Cleveland office of the Securities and Exchange Commission a registration statement covering 590,000,000 of new securities for a "broad refinancing program." They consist of $65,000,000 of 20-year first mortgage sinking fund bonds and $25,000,000 of 15- year convertible sinking fund de- )entures. Interest rates, redemp- :ion prices and offering terms will be announced later. Public offering of the securities s to be made by an underwriting group of 139 members, the largest syndicate in recent years for an industrial security offering. It will be headed by Dillon, Read and Company, Glore, Forgan and Company and tehman Brothers. Proceeds of the new issues will be used, with 316,500,000 of bank loans, to retire all the funded debt of the corporation. SUBSIDIARY PLAX TOLD ATLANTA, Feb. 19—(AP) — Georgia Power Company, a subsidiary of Commonwealth and Southern Corporation, today announced a hundred-million dollar refinancing bonded debt est charges. carried at per cent. o The Shanghai lest pri unit to: ist .09 of a rent and the Hong Kone money .01 of a cent The free Argentine peso rose nearly 1/10 cent, A trifle lower was the Canadian dollar. Closing rates follow (Great Britain in dollarx. others in cents): Canada—Official Canadian control board rates for U. S. dollars: buying 10 per cent premium, selling H per cent premium, equivalent to discounts on Canadian dollars in New York of buying 9.91 per cent, selling 9.09 per cent. Canadian dollar in New York open market 15 T V per cent discount or 84.56% U. S. cents. Europe—Great Britain, official (bankers foreign exchange committee rates), buying S4 02, selling S4.04: open market, cables S4.03: Germany 40.05N: (benevolent) 20.75: Finland 2.05N: Greece .6SN: Hungary 19.77N: Italy 5.06: Portugal 4.01: Sweden 23.85%: Switzerland (X) 23.24: Yugoslavia .2.35N. Latin America—Argentine official 29.77: free 23.68: Brazil official 6.05N. free 5.00N: Mexico 20.70N. Far East—Japan 23.48: Hong Kong 24.68: Shanghai 5.SO. (Rates- in spot cables unless otherwise indicated. N-Nominal. X-For commercial transactions. Crude Rubber NEW YORK. Feb. 19—(AP)—Crude rubber futures closed 25--I9 higher. Old: Mch. 2115: May 21.03-04. New: July 20.40. Smoked ribbed spot 21.20N. N—Nominal* U. S. Estimates Livestock Value WASHINGTON, Feb. 19— (AP)— The agriculture department reported today the aggregate value of seven species of livestock on farms January 1 was $5,369,074,000 as against $5,198,989,000 a year earlier. Included in this total were horses, mules, cattle, sheep, hogs, chickens and turkeys. The number and value of the various species January 1 this year compared with the totals for January 1 last year were: Horses, 10,364,000, valued at $706,940,000, as against 10,602,000, valued at $820,127,000, a year earli- Mules, 4,238,000, valued at $448,062,000, as against 4,309,000, valued at $493,653,000. Cattle, 71,666,000, valued at 53,111,925,000, as against 68,801,000, valued at $2,793.466,000. Milk cows, 25,917,000, valued at $1,577,250,000, as against 25,397,000, valued at $1.453,756,000. Sheep, 55,880,000, valued at $375,631,000, as against 54,549,000, valued at $343,825,000. Hogs, 52,983,000, valued at $440,073,000, as against 60,207,000, valued at $470,242,000. Chickens, 413,934.000, valued at $270,265,000, as against 429,042,000, valued at $258,997,000. Turkeys, 7,030,000, valued at $16,178,000, as against 8,567,000, valued at $18,679,000. In gold rush days, apple pie sold lor one dollar a slice in San Francisco. program to reduce and lower its inter- The Georgia Public Service Commission and the Securities and Exchange Commission have been asked to approve the plan. P. S. Arkwright, president, said: the company planned to call in $80,935,000 of first and" refunding mortgage bonds now publicly held at the call price of 104 1/6, acquire $34,231,000 worth of bonds held by Commonwealth and Southern and call for redemption of all other bonds of other issues. The company proposes to replace these bonds with an issue of $101,271,000 of 3^4 per cent bonds maturing in 30 years. It also plans to borrow $13,500,000 at 2% per cent interest from a group of New York banks, the principal to be repaid in semiannual installments over eight years. In addition, the company Is to receive $14,337,319 cash from Commonwealth and Southern. Telephone Firm Income Drops SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. W— (AP)—Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company's annual pamphlet report issued today showed 1940 net income of $18,276,980, a decrease of 3354,630 from the 519,131,610 of 1939. After preferred dividends, earnings on common stock amounted to $7.40 a share compared with $7.87 in the preceding year. N. R. Powley, president, reported operating taxes reached a record high at $20,055,235, up nearly S2- 500,000 over 1939. The taxes which Powley forecast would go higher amounted to 510.04 per telephone, $11.11 per share of common stock and $649 per employee. A decade ago, taxes were $6.02 per telephone, $6.15 per share and $310 per employee. The United States Naval Academy originally was located in Newport, R. I. Trolley busses are supplantin* streetcars in Spain. "

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