America and Subsidiaries
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF SURPLUS 21
Paid In Surplus
CONSOLIDATED PAID IN SURPLUS APRIL 30, 1960
Portion of Earned Surplus Transferred to Paid In Surplus in
Connection With August 2, 1960 2% Common Stock Dividend
(96,656 shares at $17 per share)
Excess of Amounts Received over Par Value of 23,041 shares
of Common Stock Issued at $8,333 pershare upon the Exercise
of Warrants and Cash Paid in lieu of Fractional Shares
6% Debenture Bonds i
Par Value of Shares Issued and Cash Paid in lieu
of Fractional Shares
Excess of Par Value of 4%% Sinking Fund Convertible Debentures Surrendered for Conversion over Par Value of 1,619
shares of Common Stock Issued therefor and Cash Paid in
lieu of Fractional Shares
Excess of Fair Market Value, $1,188,000, over Par Value of
66,000 shares of Common Stock Issued from Treasury in
Connection with the Acquisition by Thompson Industries, Inc.
of the Net Assets of Ansted Corporation „
Cost of 2,340 $25 Warrants Expiring September 1966
Parent's Portion of Discount on Preferred Stock of Subsidiary
Transferred to Realized Gain (Earned Surplus) of Parent upon
Liquidation of the Subsidiary
CONSOLIDATED PAID IN SURPLUS APRIL 30, 1961
CONSOLIDATED EARNED SURPLUS APRIL 30, I960
Net Income and Profits for the Year ended April 30, 1961.
2% Common Stock Dividend (Note 1)
96,656 shares at $17.50 per share.
Cash in lieu of Fractions
Preferred — $2.00 per share.
Common — .60 per share.
CONSOLIDATED EARNED SURPLUS APRIL 30, 1961
Note 1 —The charge to Earned Surplus represents the closing sales price on July 1,1960, date of record, on
the New York Stock Exchange. The Capital Shares account was credited with $.50 per share, the par value,
and Paid In Surplus was credited with the balance of $17 per share.
See Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements.