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[[--]]sh note, with December wheat falling more than a cent a bushel. 
[[--]]quipment issues declined in sympathy, with Case Company registering 
of 2 5/8 points and International Harvester 1 5/8.

Movements in Bond Market Are Irregular.

[[--]]nd market showed irregular movements, with foreign issues gene- 
[[--]]ing, though some improvement was noted in Australians and
Bond sales totalled $8,100,000. In the commodity markets, cotton
[[--]]rains declined. 
[[--]]hey held at one per cent. Ninety-day loan rates were quoted at 1/2 
[[ag]]ainst the previous 3/4 per cent. Other money rates were unchanged. 
exchange weakened. The final rate for cable transfers was
[[aga]]inst $3.23 1/16 yesterday. The Paris parity is 82.03. French francs 
[[--]]and closed unchanged at 3.90 7/8. Silver fell 1/4 to 25 cents. 
Exchange seat has been sold at $110,000, a decline of $6,000, 
[[--]]h the price of the last sale. 
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Closing Prices from The Herald's Financial Bureau.
[[3 columns]]        ...... | Fri.|Thurs.|
[[Nor]]anda Mines.....   | 17 5/8 | 18 |
[[Nor]]folk and Western     | 104 | 105 | 
[[Nor]]th American Co..      | 26 | 27 | 
[[Nor]]th Am. Aviation..  | 3 3/4 | 3 1/2 |
[[Nor]]thern Pacific.... | 11 7/8 | 12 3/4 |

[[--]]o Oil ..........    | 7 1/8 | -- |
[[Oti]]s Elevator .....  | 10 7/8 | 11 3/8 |
[[--]]s Steel ........    | 3 1/4 | 3 1/2 |
[[--]]ens Ill. Glass...      | 34 | 35 1/2 |

[[Pa]]cific Gas & Elect. | 27 1/4 | 28 |
[[P]]acific Lighting..       | 36 | 36 7/8 |
[[P?]]ackard Motor Car..  | 2 1/2 | 2 5/8 |
[[Pa]]n-Am. Petrol T.B..     | -- | -- | 
[[Pa]]ramount Publix ...  | 1 5/8 | 2 1/2 | 
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[[3 columns]]        ....| Fri.|Thurs.|
Under. E. Fischer ... | 13 1/4 | 13 1/2 |
Union Carbide ....... | 22 1/2 | 23 3/4 |
Union Oil of Cal. ... | 10 1/2 | 10 1/2 |
Unoin Pacific ....... | 63 1/2 | 67 1/4 |
United Aircraft ..... | 22 1/8 | 24 |
United Aircraft, prf.     | 55 | 55 |
United Biscuit ......     | -- | 16 |
United Carbon Co ....     | 10 | 11 |
United Corporation ..  | 7 7/8 | 8 1/8 |
United Electric Coal.  | 3 1/2 | -- |
United Fruit ........     | 21 | 22 1/8 |
United Gas Improv ... | 18 1/8 | 18 7/8 | 
U.S. & Foreign Sec.    | 4 1/2 | 4 1/2 |
U.S. Freight ........     | -- | -- |
U.S. Indust. Alcohol. | 23 3/4 | 26 | 
U.S. Leather ........     | -- | -- |
U.S. Leather A. .....      | 7 | -- |
U.S. Pipe & Found ...     | 10 | 10 1/4 |
U.S. Realty & Im. ...  | 4 1/4 | 4 3/4 |
U.S. Rubber .........  | 4 1/8 | 4 1/8 |
U.S. Smelting ....... | 13 5/8 | 13 3/4 |
U.S. Steel .......... | 30 3/8 | 32 1/4 |
U.S. Steel, pref. ... | 62 5/8 | 66 |
Util. Pow & Light A..  | 3 3/4 | 3 3/4 |

Vanadium ............ | 11 1/8 | 11 7/8 |

Wabash ..............     | -- | 1 3/4 |
Wabash, pref. A. ....     | -- | -- |
Warner Bros. Pict. ..  | 1 1/2 | 1 7/8 |
Warren Bros. ........     | -- | -- |
Western Dairy B. ....  | 1 1/2 | -- |
Western Maryland ....  | 5 1/8 | 5 5/8 |
Western Union Tel ... | 27 1/8 | 29 1/8 |
Westing Air Brake ... | 12 3/4 | 13 |
Westinghouse Electr.. | 24 1/4 | 25 3/4 |
White Motors ........     | -- | 20 |
White Rock Certifs...     | -- | -- |
Wilcox Oil & Gas ....  | 3 3/4 | 3 7/8 |
Willys-Overland Co...  | 2 1/4 | 2 1/8 |
Wilson Company A. ...  | 3 7/8 | -- |
Woolworth F. W. ..... | 33 7/8 | 34 7/8 |
Worthington Pump. ...     | 13 | 14 |
Wrigley Jr. Co. ..... | 34 1/2 | -- |

Yale & Towne Mfg. ...     | -- | -- |
Yellow Truck B. .....  | 3 3/8 | 3 5/8 |
Young Spr. & Wire. ..     | -- | -- |
Youngstown S. & T. ..     | 10 | 10 1/4 |
  * Ex. dividend. 
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N.Y. BANK STOCKS 
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AY, DECEMBER 3, 1932
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New York Curb
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Closing Prices from The [[--]]
[[3 columns]]        ....| Fri.|Thurs.|
Alum. Co. of Amer. .. | 43 3/4 | 46 1/2 |
Am. Cities P.L. & B..  | 3 3/4 | 3 7/8 |
Am. Cyanamid B. .....  | 3 5/8 | 3 3/4 |
Am. For. Power, wts..  | 4 1/4 | 4 3/4 |
Am. Founders ........      | 1 | 1 |
Am. Gas & Elect. .... | 24 1/4 | 25 3/4 |
Am. Investors, new ..     | -- | -- |
Am. Light & Trac .... | 16 1/2 | -- |
Am. Superpower ......      | 4 | 4 1/8 |
Arkansas Nat. Gas. ..     | -- | -- |
Assoc. Elect. Ind. ..     | -- | -- |
Assoc. Gas & E. A. ..  | 1 7/8 | 1 7/8 |
Atlas Corp. .........  | 6 3/4 | 6 3/4 |

Blue Ridge ..........  | 2 1/4 | 2 1/4 |
Blue Ridge, conv. pf.     | -- | -- |
Brazilian T. L. & P..  | 7 1/2 | 7 3/4 |
British-Amer. Tob. ..     | -- | -- |

Canadian Marconi. ...      | 1 | 1 1/4 |
Cent. Pub. Service A.    | 1/2 | 1/2 |
Cent. States Elect...      | 2 | 2 3/8 |
Cities Service ......      | 3 | 3 |
Claude Neon .........     | -- | -- |
Comm. & Sh., wts. ...    | 1/2 | 1/2 | 
Consol. Gas Balt .... | 60 1/4 | -- |
Cord Corporation ....  | 4 1/8 | 4 1/4 |
Corroon & Reynolds...     | -- | -- |
Creole Syndicate ....     | -- | 2 5/8 |
Crocker-Wheeler .....     | -- | 3 3/4 |

Deere and Co ........  | 8 5/8 | 9 3/4 |
De Forest Radio .....    | 1/2 | 1/2 | 
Detroit Aircraft ....    | 1/4 | -- |
Driver Harris .......     | -- | -- |
Durant Motors .......     | -- | -- |

Elect. Bond & Share.. | 16 3/4 | 19 3/8 |
Elect. Power Assoc...  | 4 1/4 | 5 1/4 |
Elect. Power Asso. A.  | 4 1/4 | 4 1/2 |
Elect. Shareholding..  | 3 1/4 | -- |
Europe E. Corp. A ...     | -- | -- |

Ford of Canada A. ...      | 6 | -- |
Ford of Canada B. ...     | -- | -- |
Ford Ltd. (England)..  | 3 3/8 | 3 1/4 |
Ford of France ......     | -- | -- |
Found. For Shares ...     | -- | -- |

Gen. Aviation Corp...     | -- | 3 |
Glen Alden .......... | 10 1/2 | -- |
Goldman Sachs .......  | 2 5/8 | 2 5/8 |
Gulf Oil ............ | 28 1/8 | 29 |

Hudson Bay Mining ...  | 3 1/3 | 3 3/8 |
Humble Oil ..........     | 44 | -- |
Hydro-Electric Sec...  | 6 1/8 | -- | 
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[[boxed]] COMMODITY [[/boxed]]
NEW YORK, Friday.--The cotton market remains inactive awaiting war-debt developments. Prices rose on cables from Liverpool and then declined owing to the weakness of wheat and the stock market, southern selling and liquidation. The close was barely steady. 
Coffee receded on liquidation, selling by commission houses and reports from Brazil of a company demanding a reduction in the export tax and increased buying facilities.
Toward the finish there was a rally due to short covering. The close was easy. Sales totalled 4,000 bags. 
The following were the closing prices:--
COTTON
[[3 columns]]....| Fri.| Thurs.|
Spot ......      | 5.80 | 5.95 |
December ..      | 5.66 | 5.82 |
January ...      | 5.70 | 5.81 |
February ..      | 5.76 | 5.86 |
March .....      | 5.82 | 5.92 |
April .....      | 5.87 | 5.97 | 
             ....| Fri.| Thurs.|
May .......      | 5.91 | 6.02 |
June ......      | 5.96 | 6.06 |
July ......  |[[6?]].01 | 6.10 |
August ....      | 6.06 | 6.16 |
September .      | 6.11 | 6.21 |
October ...      | 6.16 | 6.27 |

COFFEE
Spot ......     | 8 1/4 | 8 1/4 |
December ..      | 5.87 | 5.95 |
March .....      | 5.66 | 5.74 | 
May .......      | 5.49 | 5.66 |
July ......      | 5.32 | 5.32 |

SUGAR 
Cuba cent..     | 2.85* | 2.90 |
December ..      | 0.79 | 0.81 |
January ...      | 0.67 | 0.70 |
March .....      | 0.71 | 0.74 | 
May .......      | 0.77 | 0.80 |
July ......      | 0.82 | 0.84 |
Septembr ..      | 0.87 | 0.90 |
October ...      | 0.89 | 0.92 | 

COCOA
Spot ......     | 3 7/8 | 3 5/6 |
December ..      | 3.66 | 3.73 |
January ...      | 3.70 | 3.79 |
March .....      | 3.88 | 3.96 | 
*Duty paid. 
May .......      | 3.99 | 4.06 |
July ......      | 4.10 | 4.18 |
Septembr ..      | 4.21 | 4.28 |
October ...      | 4.26 | 4.33 | 
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CHICAGO GRAIN MARKETS
CHICAGO, Friday.--Grains at Chicago and Winnipeg declined on the lack of demand, intermittent selling, disappointing cables, the weakness of the stock market, considerable realizing, these factors counteraction a bullish report from the Argentine and reports of unfavorable crop conditions in the southwest. 
Wheat at Chicago declined on selling by northwest houses and more numerous offerings, despite a good cash demand. The close was easy.
Corn declined on intermittent selling and the weakness of wheat. The close was easy. 
The following were the closing prices:--
WHEAT
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Spot ......         | -- | -- |
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May .......|$0.47[[7/8?]]| $0.49[[1/8?]]

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[[-]]he work proceeding on the extension 
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Thanks to the cultural enthusiasm of King Fuad I., and the enlightened policy of successive Egyptian governments, the Royal Opera House is one of the world centres of musical and dramatic entertainment. 
Proposals are underway to include in the operatic répertoire certain German operas to be sung by a company from Central Europe. A season of French comedy will also be given by a company from Paris. Among the theatres in Cairo art the Kursaal and the [[illegible]]ekia Gardens Theatre. 
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