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Chrysler-Dodge. Col. Calvin Hooker Goddard of Richmond, Va., and Manhattan is a firearms expert.* He knows what is coming to him and he wants to be sure that he will get it. He owns 100 shares of Dodge Brothers preference stock, for which he is eventually entitled to receive $105 a share. But, according to the terms of the Chrysler-Dodge merger, one share of Dodge preference stock is exchanged for one share of Chrysler common. Last week, the market value of Chrysler common was in the vicinity...

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