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   Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - April 8, 1938, Reno, Nevada                                iday; April 8, 1938- NEVADA STATE RENO, NEVADA Page 3 itock Markets Vital Statistics Weather Radio Program Obituary CAMPUS CHATTER CLARENCE HECKETHORN ctures and a lecture on a k at the National Socialist y rally in Nuremburg, by Sir sert Ames, internationally fa- s authority on political and conditions in Europe, will are a special student-faculty ing in the education audi- ITY NEWS IN JJRIEF jbest temperature yeaterdlay, 58 es: one yeat ago, 72 degrees, west temperature yesterday, 34 ees; one year ago, SI degrees rmal temperatore yesterday, 45 an temperature yesterday, 46 de- -which is 1 degree above norm- mperature ftt 5 a. m., 53 egrees; humidity, 62 per cent, mperature yesterday at noon, ees; humidity, 33 per cent, mperature yeatenSRy at 5 p. m., agrees; humidity, 36 tftf cent. ccJpitation tor tours ending at yesterday, inches, none, jrmal precipitation from Septem- 1 to date. 5.SJ jnches. ;al precipitation from September date, 9.76 inches. ccess compared1 with normal, 3.89 en. ARRESTS wight Ricker, disorderly; Charles ris, 45, disorderly; William Wins- 39, disorderly. BUILDING PEBMITS permits for new buildings led at approximately were ed  eople We Know Max Wright and A. M. McKenzle 1 the WPA engineering staff, spent Thursday in Fallon on a business rip. William Royle, social security board epresentative in Reno, left Thursday light on a business trip to Quincy .nd Portola. Tie will confer withi em- Joyers two cities in connec- ion with the federal old ago insur- Jice program. Bob Miller and Jack Call, ITnlver- ity of Nevada students, spent Thura- ay afternoon in Carson City. Murray M. Moler, University of Ne- student, returned Thursday rom Lai Angeles where he was sta- loned for two weeks in the Los Lngeles bureau of the United Press torium Friday during the class period. All class work will bo suspended at that time, ac- cording to Maxwell Adams, act- ing president of the university. The same lecture was given Monday to a small group of stu- dents and faculty members, and received such high praise that the university committee of as- st-mblies and lectures has ar- ranged to present the lecture again. By having the program diring the class period several students will be able to attend Hie lecture and picture illustra- iion that were unable to witness :he program Monday, Dr. Harold S. Brown, chairman of the com- irdtiee of assemblies and lectures, said. Ames is a special speaker at ihe university for this week. His series of lectures, being presented p. m., are sponsored through the co-operation of the Carnegie Peace Foundation. The subjects of his talks deal with the various European crises and their meaning to the rest of the world and especially to America. Martin Smylhe, junior Sigma Nu student, was elected presi- dent of the Crucible Club at a meeting oi Ihe group Tuesday. Other officers named were Martin Hanifan, vice president; Charles Tibbs, secretary; and Ernest Rodriguez, treasurer. The remainder of the meet- ing included talks by Former Senator Tasker L. Oddie and George D. Page, general man- ager of the Arizona Comstock mine. Three university swimming teams will dash at M o a n a Springs Friday at 4 p. m. in the semi annual intramural swim meet. Teams entered are Gamma Phi Beta, Kappa Alpha Theta and Pi Beta Phi. On the Gamma Phi team are Mary Fox, Marjorie Totman, Francis Smith and Earlmond Baker. Kappa Alpha Theta: Mary Arentz, Jean Smith, Peggy Gill and Emily Tholl. Pi Beta Phi; Verna Bullis, Ruth Wylie, Betty Brannin, Gene Wines, Helen Westall, Thelma Eager and Jean Rice. Competition is expected to be keen, and all indications point to new records in several events, according to Gene Wines, presi- dent of the Senior Red Cross Life Saving corps, Robert McLeod, junior Sigma Phi Sigma student, has been de- clared eligible for 'the office of student body president, Richard Taw, present ASUN president, snnounced Thursday. McLeod was previously declar- ed unqualified for the office by the nominating committee early in the week, but a recent investi- gation has proved that he is eli- gible for the position. McLeod's re entrance in the race left four candidates to be voted upon at the primary elec- tion Monday. Hudson Lee, Ross Morris, David Goldwater and Mc- Leod. Obituary MBS. MARGARET SOUTHAM Final ritea for Mrs. Margaret Southam, well-known Reno resident, W'.ll be held from the Ross-Burke Company chapel at 11 a. m. Friday with the Rev. .Brewster Adams of the First Baptist church officiating. Burial will be made in Mt. View cemetery. The deceased was a native of Ire- land and came to Nevada from Cali- fornia 18 years ago. include a daughter, Ethel D. Southam; a brother, Joseph Nee- ley, Los Angeles; and a sister, Mrs. Ethel Wiggins, Alameda. The final services will be private. MRS. MARGARITA ARMSTRONG Final rites for Mrs. Margarita Armstrong were held) from the Sparks Catholic church Thursday with Msgr. Hugo Meisekothen in charge 06 requiem, mass. VThe deceased died in a San- Fran- cisco hospital following- a lengthy ill- ness. Pallbearers were J. A. Lawson, Albert Ninnis, E. S. Purdy, S J Pedroli, W. F. Wilson and George" Wilson. GEORGE CAZENAVE Final rite? far George Cazenave will be held atlO a. nx Saturday from the St. Thomas Aquinas Cathe- dral -with Rosary services from the OBnen and Nugent chapel at p. m. Friday. New York Metal Prices NEW YORK, Ap'rlJ Thursday's custom smelters prices for delivered metals (cents per pound.) 10; export 9.R4, straits 37.90. York 1.50-55- East St Louia 4.35. York 4.54; tast St 4.15; 2nd quarter 4.25 20-21 per ounce) "3-34. per flask f 75 Ibs.) 71.50-73, nominal. TUNGSTEN, powdered (collars per ound) 2.80-3.00. Chinese (dollars er unit) "1 PC metallic content" uty nominal. LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES SEARS, ROEBUCK AND COMPANY CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET Excluding Insurance Companies Shown as Investments January 31, 1938 MRRIENT ASSETS: ASSETS andi Marketable Securities'................; S 19 288 44B SO .ccounta and Notes Receivable......... 53193319 53 iventories (At Cost or Market, Whichever Is Total Current Assets............... 272 am 1 lortgegeg Receivable. and 9 527 161 02 Iquity in Installment Accounts Sold1.........'.'.'.'.'.'.'............. 1 O07'o72 00 efarred Charges to Future -Operations.................. 5323'96129 'ixed Assets: Net............ lasazwi luilding Owned' on Leased Premises and....................... Leasehold Improvements: Net........ 5 noa cin fift Iquity on Properties: Nates, Drawings, Cuts and Good-wall (Encyclopaedia............. LIABILITIES CAPITAL LIABILITIES.............. J3431298456 lortgage Notes of Subsidiaries Payable March 1, 1939 to March jeservos tinority Stockholders' Interest in, Subsidiary Comipanies.......803'485 01 lapital Par Value.................. 172 589'937'65 lamed Surplus.................................................. SEARS, ROEBUCK AND COMPANY INCOMB AND SURPLUS ACCOUNTS Excluding Insurance Not Consolidated CONSOLIDATED INCOME ACCOUNTS February l, 18J7 to Januarj 81, 19S8 liner Income................................................... TOTAL 749.50 ess: of Sales. rofM Before Repairs, Maintenance Depreciation.......... ess: Repairs, Maintenance Depieolation................. l NET OPERATING PROFIT............................... ESS: Witribution to Employee' Savings and Profit Sharing Pension Fund........................................ xleral Income TOTALl 9.906.T49.90 iflj Qfil A few: Special Charges and Reserves..............i............. BT PROFIT Including Inlerert of Minority for Minority Stockholders >se........... 29.096.50 i NET PROFIT FOR THB PERIOD ............v....... i CONSOLIDATED EABNBQ 8DRPLCJ, ACCODNT January 31, htance January 31, 1937............... 1 AM: Net Ctonsodidrted Deduct: Dividends lanee BAB SILVER NEW YORK, April diver remained unchanged Thursday .t 42% cents a fine ounce. 4.4.4- 4- 4- 4- 444 Stocks Ma rkets 444444444 Trading Volume Off NEW YORK, April 7. (UP) With attention: distracted from the stock market, interest in stocks Thursday and trading vol- ume fell off to the dullest pace in more than three years. Traders were confused by items a.nd withheld commitments pending studyi at those items which appeared to hold most import from a stock market standpoint. Only shares were turned over in the session, the smallest num- ber since September 4, 1934, when shares were traded. Wednes- day's volume was shares. In the fourth hour, when the house was being polled! on the motion to kill the reorganization bill, only shares changed hands, one the smallest hours in recent history of the exchange. Prices 'backed down irregularly, most issues showing minor fractional lasses. Only 593 issues were traded, the smallest number since February 11, 1935. Of the total', 243 declined, 157 rose and 198 were unchanged. Most of the street's attention was centered on the reorganization bill. There were in addition, however, sig- nificant developments from Washing- ton regarding the railroads and the hulls 25c up; sausage kinds irealers firm at including- di- rects. Late Wednesday fat lambs to stronger; spots lOc and irsore higher; choice lambs to pack- rs and shipper choice 100- b. weights today's trade strong o higher, talking on wooled ambs. Export Copper WHW YORK, April slightly firmer undertone developed the export copper irarket Thurs- ay. f Trading, although' dull, was done t 9.84 cents a pound1, compared' with .57 to 9.64 cents range Wednesday. The wire bar equivalent of the Lon- metal exchange worked out at 64 cents Thursday. Domestic pricesi remained un- changed at 10 cents a pound deliver- d. Business' continued slow. San Francisco Livestock SOUTH SAN FRAIrCISCO April including 465 direct. Top and 'bulk 170-225 Ib. butchers good packing sows including 250 direct, holdovers 15. Several loads mediium to good around 930-1100 Ib. Idaho, and Nevada fed steers including 30 direct. Choice vealers Quotable to around on choice spring lambs. BAR SILVER LONDON, April Bar sdl- was fixed at 19% pence an ounce Based! on' American quivalent was 42 77 cents a fine unce, compared with 42.49 cents Wednesday. Forward silver was uoted' at 18% pence an ounce, up enny. Thursday, up penny. tenling at the Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, April stock' including directs. Market steady to 15c higher; top S9.15; bulk 170-240 Ibs 250- 350 Hbs. largely 140-160 Ibs. good' 350-550 Ibs. packing sows calves, Steer m'arkei not as active as on Wednes- day; medium weight andi weighty kind's of value to sell at upi; weak to 25c lower; siMpper demand) narrow; top weighty steers few loads bulq BOSTON, April 7. (UP) Top- makers and a few mills bought ir.od- rate quantities of wool here Thurs- .ay, the department of agriculture re- Staple conj'bm lengths1 graded half jlood territorial wool moved at 64-67 ents, scoured basis. Twelve months Texas wools brought 64-68 cents. Prices were steady on original bag ine territory wools. Todays Radio Programs FRANCISCO (NBC Kcs. A. M. Service. Jemima. of Castlewood'. and Ken. be announced. O'Neills. to Remember. Gill's Orchestra, Waggs of the Cabbage Patch. Other Wife. Plaim Bill. Walker's. Kitchen. Women to Woman. Trio. to Be Charming. Young's Family. P. M. Perkins. and Sade. Guiding Light. Martin and His Music. SAN FRANCISCO (NBC Kcs. P. M. Arts Trio. Singers. by. Colonel Frank Knox Martin andi His Music. be announced. Elaine's) Orchestra, Btrese's Orchestra. Ravazza's Orchestra. of Progress- Hour. "be Deacon Moore's Orches- estra. Trombar'a Orchestra. Star Final. Runyan, organist. As You. Desire, Best of the Week, Mary Marlin. 1 Hughesreel. Dr. Kate. (Martha Meade. Kitty Keene. Houseboat Hannah. The Three Romeos. 3 Education iru the News. Candid Lady. 3 Magazine of the Air. Music Graphs. Larry Lewis. Hendrik Willem Van Loom. 4 :45 News. Army Band Concert. Organ Concert. Gene and Glenn. Snowi 'Sports Forecast. Southern Harmony Four. Your Government at Your Service. First Nighter. Jimrniie Fid'ler. 7 Dorothy Thompson. Amos 'n' Andy. Uncle Ezra's Radio Station. Ruby Newman's Orchestra. Book Parade. Gilmore Cdrcus. The Royal Crown Revue. Dick Stabile's Orchestra. News. Roger Prior's Orchestra. 10 Joseph Sudy's Orcb'sstra. Herbie Kay's Orchestra. 11 :3012 Archie Lovelandi'si chestra. Or- Kcs. P. M. Orchestra. Chan. and Rosa. Carter. Hotel." Viewpoints. Baines. and Atmer. Whaleman's Orchestra. Godfrey. Kaye'si Orchestra. Fio Rito's Orchestra. the Air." Owen's Orchestra. Civic Auditorium. Sander's Orchestra. News. Parker's Orchestra. S. F. MINING STOCKS SAN FRANCISCO. April transaction, on the San Fran- cisco Minir.g Exchange follow: Session Comstoclc Tunnel and 00 at 40c. Informal Session Central at Coirstock Tunnel and 00 at 38c; 100. at 40c. Con. at 100 at OPENING BID AND ASKED Bid Asked erne .......................01 Uaddin ..................02% .02 Dev.................01% .02% .01 .02 Jooth .......................01 ielmont Osborn .........00% .01 iroken. Hilla ............01% .03 'rougher....................01 :ullion Gold Silver......, .01 ,arrie ................-.......01 est Belcher...........02 .03 lack Mammoth......... .IV .19 'entral Eureka 1.85 190 entral Eureka pfd 1.85 1.90 ChoUar Ex .................01 Xunstock Key .03% .06 Tunnel........38 .40 3on. Chollar 4.00 4.20 Markets at a Glance (Copyright, Stocks ureg-ular in dull trade. Bonds mixed and quiet. Foreign exchange steady. Cotton slightly easier. Wheat to 1% centsi higher; corn P to off Rubber higher. Boston Wool DIVORCE SUITS FILED Sidney F. Gilston vs. Viola May Alston; Dorothy B. Eldred: Elliott vs. Paul E, Elliott; Gladys Forbes Lytle vs. Carbon M. Lytle, Jr.; Janet L. Sperling vs. Claude M. Siperling; Eva tfarie Gunn vs. Clive Gordon Juanita E. Long, vs. Weston Broolcs joog; Louise M. Behringer Wobie vs. George Arthur Wobie; Lucille M. Mc- Clure va. George A. McOlure. 3on. Virginia ...........08% ...................04 Mvide Annex ..'.........01 ipsy Queen............... jOlconda ................03 oldfield Con............12 old Metals .............02 Kildl Shares .............09% old Wedge .............00% High. Divide ron. Cap com............38 ron Cap pfa.............41 ron Cap prior pfd.......46 ack Waite .............30 Canhattan.Co ...........00% tfan'hattan' Gold' ........00% texican .................06 Mother Lode Sutherland............ C. Goldfielde.........04 Operator .................02 Orogrande ...............05 acific Butte ............01 Red! Hill .................01 toundi Mountain ........01 Silver Divide ...........01 ilver King .............02 iimon1 ...................01 Smuggler ................01% JiMon Con..........06% Thomson DECREES GRANTED Dorothy B. Elliott from Paul E. El- iott; Jacet L. Sperling from Claude Sperling; Louise M. Wobie from George Arthur Wobie, Gladys Forbes .ytle from Carton M. Lytle; Leola MTaude TJbbetts from Richard Barton. Tibbetts; Eva Marie Gunn from Olive >ordon Juanita-.E. Long from Weston Brooks 'Long; George Farn- cis McKay from, Juanita Powell Mc- Kay. Los Angeles Livestock LOS ANGEiLES', April Livestock: 10 to 15 cents higher; grain fed top, sows-, .Steers "steady; she stock steady to 15 cents lower; choice to prime long fed steers1 medium tagood Eteers 17.85 to Mexicans plain heifers down; cows cutter grade bulls to calves Mostly steady few vealers to few calves to 9. SHEEP None; good! to choice spring lambs quoted LAKE CITY Kcs. P. M. Ghost of Benjamin Sweet.- Arden and Guests. Carter. Hotel. Friendly! Philosopher. Entertainment. and! Abner. Wihiteman's Orchestra. Godfrey. for You. Exchange. Jelesnik and! His Con- tinentals. Watch. San Francisco Produce SAN FRANCESCO, April Net wholesale prices: extras medium extras small extras large standards triplets-, 14c score, 27c; 91 score 90 score, ONICiNSMFifty Ib. sacks, Oregon Yellow Danvers, U. S. No. 1's, few large higher; Idatoo Red Globe, WihJite Globe, wMte boilers, Call fomia Australian browns, mostlj few aarger, higher. Gems. 100 Ib sackis, U. S. No. 1'a, KLamatb.., Des chute districts, Hawaiiar Bliss Triumlphs, 30-lb. cartons, mostl- bushel crates, holdove lower. 16-17c; fryers 17-220; roosters, 10-12c; hens, 16-2Sc ducks, 15c; .hares (live) 7-14c; roast ers, 22-23c; squaibs, 25-26c; dresse turkeys, loose, unquoted. THE FIRST MODEL B ALLIS CHALMERS TRACTOR to Arrive in Nevada hac been sold to P.T.ANDERSON Rancher and Breeder of Pure-Bred Holsteins ai Fernley Place your order at once to insure delivery in time for this season's use. De- liveries made in order re- ceived. C. F. MEADOWS, Special AUis-Chabnen Representative DURHAM CHEVROLET CO. 221 South Virginia 6175 ALLIS-CHALMERS AUTHORIZED SALES AND SERVICE .09 .05 .03 .01 .07 14 .07 .11 .02 .01 Reed T. G. Bar 20 01 Jniom Con 07 Verdi 00% Ylhite Caps 05 Vilson 01 .40 .01% .01% .08 .'20 .01 .08 .02% .15 .01% .02 .03 .01% .02 .02 .02% .15 .01 .40 .02 .15 .01 .08 .01 NEW YORK STOCKS (Quotations furnished uy F. P. Strassburg, broker, stocks1 and bonds, 25 East First Street.) Open Air Reduction 43% Alaska 9% Allied Chemical 132% Allis Chalmers 37% American Can 80 American Smelt Bet. 33 American T T 124% American Tttbacco 68% Armour Co 4% Anacondai Auburn 3% Aviation Corp 3% American Power Lite 4% Baldwin Locomotive 6% Baltimore Ohfo 5% Bendix Aviation 10 Bethlehem Steel 43% Boeing Aircraft 23% Bordeni Co 16% Barber Co 13% Oil 11% Calif Pack 18% Calumet Hecla 6% 10% Continental Can Continental Baking- "A" Curtiss Wright 4 do "A" 15 Curtis' Publishing Co... 5 Crown Zellerbach 9 DuPont de Nemours... 96% Douglas Aircraft 35V4 Deere Oo 18% Dome Mines 49% Eastman Kodak 134% Electric Auto Lite 15 General Electric General Foods 25% General Motors 28% Gillette Safety! Razor.. 8% Goodyear Rubber 17 Goodrich' 11% Great Western Sugar. 24% Hudson Motors 6 Huston Oil 6 Hecfcer Products 6% Hbmestake Mining 53% Close 42% 9 132 79% 33 128% 67% 4% 24% 3'4 3 4 6% 5% 9% 43 23M 16% 13% 18% 6% 10% 3% 14% 5 9 95% 35% 18% 48% 1321% 14% 30% 24% 28% 8% 11% 24 6 6 6% 52 International Harvester 55% 54 International Nick Can. 42 International T T..... 7 61i4 Inspiration Copper 8% 8% Johns Manville 63 61% Kennecott 30% 30% Lambert Co 9% 9% Loews. Inc 33% 35'i Lorillard 15% 15% Miami Copper 7% 7's Marshall Field 7 7 Montgomery Ward 27% 27% Martin Glenn 10 15% National Biscuit 17% 17% National Dairy Products 13 13% Nash' Motors 8 R National Disttlers 19% 18a4 North American 15% 15% North American Aviat.. 7 6% New York Central 11% 12 New York Shipbuilding. G 6 Otis Elevator 17 17 Packard Motors; 4 4 Pacific Gas Electric.. 24% 24% Paramount 6% 6% Penney, J C 53% 57% Pennsylvania. R R 16% 16M, Phelps Dodge ........'20 20 Phillips Petroleum..... 30% 31 Pullmto 25 24% Radio 5% 5% Radio. Keith Orpheum.. 2% Republic Steel 13% 13 Reynolds Tobacco 'B1'.. 37% 37% Sperry Corp 17% 17% Safeway Stores 14 33% Sears'Roebuck 51% 50% Simmons 15 15% joutherni Pacific 3094 10% Standard Brands 7% 7% Standard Oil Cal 27% 27 Standard'Oil N J........ 43% 42% Stone Webster 7 7 Studelbaker 4% 4% Socony Vacuum 12% 12% Southern R R T 7% Swift Co 16% 16% Sunshine 11 H Texas Corp 36% 35% Texas GulB Sulphur.'... 29 29 Transamerica 9% 9% 20th Century Fox..... 17% 17% Trans Western Air 5 5% United Aircraft 22 21% United Airlines 6% 0% Union Carbide 61% 60% United Corp 2% 2% Union Oil Cal 18% 18% Union Pacific 61 -y, 61 U S Pipe 23% 23'H U S Steel 41% 41% U Rubber 23% 23% U S Realty -1% 3% Warner Bros 478 4% Western Union 21 30% Wilson Co 3% 3% Woolworth 393i 39 White Motors 7% 7% Westing-house Electric.. 08% 08 Yellow Truck 10% 10% Commodity index, 48.97; up .09. DOW, JONES AVERAGES 30 Industrials .........105 43; off 86 20 Rails 20.80; Unch. 20 Utilities 1680; off .17 Approximate sales, shares. NEW YORK CURB Associated1 Gas Electric... Super Power 11-1C Aluminum of America...... 89 kansas Gas VY, Chicago Flex 49-50 Amer Cyanamtd "B" 18% Cities Service 1 Claude Neon, Lights T% Consolidated Copper 4 '4 Elec Bond Share 5% Ford. Motor, Canada 15% Ford) Motor, Ltd............... 4% Fisk Rubber 4% Gulf Oil 34U Huiible Oil 57% Mountain City Copper 5% Niagara Hudson Po'wer P G E 1st pfd Seversky Aircrau Shatiuck Uenn Air Express 5% 28% 6% 3 NKW YORK BANK STOCKS Bid Asited diem Banking Trust 41% 42 Chase Natioral 28% National City 23% Guaranty Trust ......213 Bankers' Trust 42 Irving Trust 10% First National.........Io90 Manufacturers 29 23% 216 43 11 1600 33% HOME OWNERS' LOANS Bid Asked iis of 1949 301 .US 10118 3s of ..........103 15 103.18 19-11 101.13 101.14 Fire INSURANCE Theft Washoe Realty Co., 201 Byington Bldg. Dial 5538. Sparks Laundry SPECIAL 17-lb. Mixed Bundle for .......__________ Must Be a Mixed Bundle Flat Pieces Mangled Body Clothes Wet Call Sparks 551 "K CALL FOB AMI DELIVER Union Laundry .Top Hill'. More people have started on ihe road to financial independence through HOME OWNERSHIP than in any other way. J. N. EVANS INC. Phone 3364 OUT OF STATE DAILY NEWSPAPERS Southworth's 247 N. Virginia Street Shriners Notice APRIL BUSINESS MEETING SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT U. of N. Wrestling and Fencing Teams Refreshments MASONIC TEMPLE SATURDAY, APRIL 9th 8 P. M. Attention Members BIG JOINT MEETING Friday, April 8A P. M. BARTENDERS' NO. 86 CULINARY WORKERS' UNION LOCAL NO. 45 To Welcome Our International President EDWARD FLORE COME ONE AND ALL! (Signed) LOCAL JOINT EXECUTIVE BOARD GET YOUR BABY'S EASTER PHOTO at thb BROCKMAN STUDIO 129 North Virginia St.. 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