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Hilton Chain Arrange:
$16,000,000 Loan
On Palmer House
By Edward C Stone
C. N. Hilton, president 0f the Hil
ton Hotels Corp., which operates th
Mayflower Hotel in Washingtoi
announced today that the Equitabl
Life Assurance Society, New Yorl
will purchase 116,000,000 first mort
gage bonds to be secured by a fin
mortgage on the Palmer Hous
Chicago. The bonds will bear in
terest at 3'/a% per annum, matui
in 25 years and provide a sinkin
fund to retire 80 per cent of th
issue by maturity.
The company has 2,400 stock
holders. The loan represents
major simplification in the capiti
structure and will reduce annus
Interest and principal by approx:
mately $400,000, equal to 25 cents
share, Mr. Hilton said.
The proceeds will be used to retii
the existing $10,200,000 mortgage o
the palmer Houe6 and mortgages o
other hotels.
Insured Savings Vp Sharply.
Savings of the public invested i
Insured building and loan associa
tions in Washington increased dui
ing 1046 to a total of $70,171,000, c
12 per cent, William H. Husbam
general manager of the Feders
Savings & Loan Insurance Corp
has announced.
+T-1A
aured associations reached the rec
ord figure of $85,089,000 at the yea
end, he said. Mortgages in thei
portfolios amounted to $67,857,000.
Financing of homes in the Wash
ington area in 1946 totaled $28,671,
000 as compared with $17,541,000 ii
the previous year, most of the in
crease being due to GI home loan;
Capital Transit, Woodward 6
Lothrop, Garfinckel and Gas issue
were in good demand on the Wash
ington Stock Exchange today. Price
practically unchanged.
D. C. Accountant Honored.
Carroll G. Hisey, with Willian
Gordon Buchanan & Co., has beei
elected a member of the America!
Institute of Accountants.
Charles Robey, who was with th
Morton Salt Co. for 28 years, ha
opened a food brokerage office unde
his own name in the Evening Sta
building. A native of this city. Mi
Robey joined the staff of the sal
company in 1919 and gained th
title of senior salesman. In the foo<
brokerage business, he represent
several - manufacturers, includini
Morton Salt.
Voters of 112 communities in 2i
States authorized issuance o
$56,009,075 of municipal securitie
during, March, according to thi
Daily Bond Buyer, vs. $38,532,000 i
year ago. The February total wa
just over $15,000,000.
Class I railroads in the Southen
Region in the first two months c
1947 had an estimated net income
after interest and rentals, of 11,
200,000 compared with $12,900,00<
in 1946. For February alone, ne
stood at'$4,800,000 vs. $6,900,000 las
year.
Class I railroads in 1946 spen
$561,957,000 for equipment and othe,
improvements. They paid $159,000
000 for freight cars and $97,000,001
for locomotives.
1 IT" I _ . I i
| business briers |
The Telephone Strike did not af
fect operations on the New York
Stock Exchange and Curb today as
members are connected with branch
offices by leased telephone wires
which were operating as usual.
Petroleum Consumption in the
first 1947 quarter set a new all-time
record and was about 10% ahead ol
a year ago—Independent Petroleum
Association.
Cudahy Packing Co. announced
a *15,000.000 bond issue to refinance
its ?% first mortgage bonds will be
offered at competitive bidding. This
will be the first time a large indus
trial concern has used this method of
financing.
M. W. Kellogg Co., engineers and
fabricators, announced its order
backlog was at a new high of *80,
000,000. assuring a record-breaking
year of operations.
Colonial Mills. Inc., stockholders
approved a 2-for-l split in capital
stock. Profit for three months
ended February 27 set a new record
of ,$1,627,948 or $4.30 vs. *451,000 or
*1.20 a year ago.
Sears Roebuck * Co. sales for
March totaled *151,710,686, an
increase'of 18% from a year ago:
for two months ended March 31,
$266,305,885, a gain of 19%.
Montgomery Ward & Co. in March
totaled $97,551,906. a gain of 24%
from a vear ago: in two months
ended March 31, *168.757,143. an in
crease of 26%.
Jewel Tea Co. sales in four weeks
ended March 22 totaled $9,372,013,
a Jump of 61.4% from a year ago; in
12 weeks ended the same date, *26,
987.836, a .rise of 60.2%.
Spiegel, Inc., sales for March
totaled *11.916.955. a rise of 24.4%
from a vear ago; for three months
ended March 31, *27,310.204. an in
crease of 36.1%,.
Lemer Stores Corp. sales in March
totaled *8.432,738, a gain of 7% from
a year ago; in two months ended
March 31, $14,093,167. a rise of 2.7%.
IQCLeiiin Bwrcs v v, fvucn
March totaled *3.463.023, a drop of
0.1% from a year ago; for two
months. *6,503.442. a gain of 1%.
Norfolk A Western Railway an
nual report stated that rate in
creases since the start of 1939 had
boosted annual revenues *15,000.000
or 12%, but that in the same period,
wage raises, payroll taxes and other
costs had boosted expenses *32.
550,000 annually or 50%. Net for
1946 was *23,728.000, a gain of *194,
000 from the previous year.
Chicago. Milwaukee. St. Paul *
Pacific Railroad net income for 1946
was $3,176,068 vs. $14,077,911 in 1945.
Remolds Metals Co. earned $5 -
336,507 or *4.94 a share in 1946 vs.
$4,396,187 or $4.03 in the previous
vear.
National City Lines profit for 1946
was *3.078,517 or *2.11 vs. *1.588.095
or *1.31 in 1945.
Murray Corp- of America earned
*1.302,519 or *1.26 in six months
ended February 28 vs. a deficit of
$915,084 in the previous year.
A. Stein A Co. profit for 1946 was
*1,869558 or *3.89 vs. $591,711 or
*2.54 in 1945.
McQuay-Norris Mfg. Co. earned
*1.706.826 or $4.61 in 1946 vs. *657.854
or *1.75 in the previous year.
E. WT. Bliss Co. net income for
1946 was *1.386,734 or *3.39 vs. *51,
745 in 1945.
Canadian Fairbanks - Morse Co.
earned *751,655 or *856 in 1946 vs
*259.535 or *2.40 in the previous
year.
Lehman Corp. reported net asset
value on March 31 totaled *99,299,
392 or *51.01 a share vs. *52.39 a
share at the end of 1946 and *59.02
ob June 30, 1946.
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Dividend Rate. 00. High. Low. 2:30. ehse.
ABBOTT LAB2a * 74% 73% 74 + %
ACF-BrlllMM 2 6% 8% 8% - %
Adams Xxp .80* 6 15% 15% 15% — %
Addressogh .86* 1 32% 32% 32% - %
AdmiralCorpV** 18 * *
Air Reduction 1 8 33% 33% 33%
Alaska Juneau .. 2 5 5 5 — %
tAldnsInep(4V« 10 #9 *9 99
' Alleghany Corn 9 4% 4 4 — %
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, Allet Ludm .40* 5 41% 41% 41% -1%
l* Allen Indus le . 1 19% 19% 19% + %
6 Ai Chm & Dye 6 2 174% 174 174 —2
■ Allied Kid la..- 1 20% 20% 20%
Allied Mills 2e . 1 33 33 33
, Allied Stores 3 . 8 34% 34 34 — %
t Allied Stor pf 4 1 101% 101% 101% + %
> Allis Chaim 1.80 8 36 33% 35% - %
’ Allis ChMpf 3V« 3 96% 98% 96%+ %
Amerada Pet 2 1 80% 80% 80%
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l Am ChACbl 1.40 2 24% 24 24
tAm Ch&C pf 5 10 108% 108% 1081/4 +1
- tAm Chicle 4a.. 10 149 149 149 -1
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Am Encaustic 3 5% 3% 3%
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0 Am&FrnPwr 6 3 5 !*
„ Am A P P 2d Pf 2 20% 20% 20%-%
n Am HldeALeath 3 7 7 7
Am Rome 1.20a. 17 26% 25% 25% -1
Am Internl .65e 3 11% 11 11% ” %
Am Loeoml.40a 3 23% 25% 25% - %
3 Am MchAtPd .80 3 23% 23% 23% - %
. Am Mach* Met 2 11 11 11 “%
Am Metal 1_ 5 30% 30% 30% -1
Am Power & Lt 25 14% 13% 13% — %
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| Am Radlat 40a 42 14% 14% 14% - %
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1 tAm RM pf 4%. 20 106% 106% 106% + %
., Am Safe Raz 1 a 14 13% 13% 13% %
tAmShipBlds lg 1 36 38 38
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* tAm 8*R pf 7 110 168 167 168 -1
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r Am Sums T 4 1 47 47 47
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. Am Tobacco 3a *r 6 68% 68 68 — %
Am Tob rt wl 740 2 1% 1% — %
■ Am Tobac V. .a xr84 67% 66% 66%—1%
1 tAm Tob pi 6.. 120 157% 137 137
Am Viscose 2- . 11 33% 53 53%+ %
tAm Viscose pf6 10 118% 118% 118% — %
• Am Water Wks 12 16% 16% 16%
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- Am Wool Pf 4 .- 4 76 77% 78
5 AmZL&S 10* 5 8% 8% 8% — %
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5 tAnacondaW1** 10 30 30 30 %
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I A P W Products 1 5% 3% 5% — %
Archer-Dan Ut. 1 35% 33% 33% - %
1 Armour & Co 37 13% 13% 13% %
1 Armour prpfisk 1120 120 120 — %
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; f Armstrng Pf3\ 20 105 105 105 + %
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. Atl G&W Ind 3e 3 3Z 32 32
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| Austin Nichols 1 » * *
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! AvcoMfg.lOg . 23 6% 6% 6% - %
Arco Mfg Pf 2V4 3 45% 45 45 — %,
. BALD LOC iy«e * 21% 21% 21% - %
' yell* Ohio 19 13% 13% 13% - %
Baito At Ohio Pf 1 19% 19% 19% — %
Barber Asph ■+« 2 51% 51% 51% - %
Barker Br "«g 1 24% 24% 24%
: tBarker pf 2 Vi- 1 50 50 50
1 Barnsdall Oil 1. 3 23% 23% 23% - %
: Bath Iron lg 1 16% 16% 16%+ +
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■ Beech-Nut Pack 9 36 35% 36
Belding-Hm .80 2 15 14% 15
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• Bell * Howell % 1 19% 19% 19% - %
i tBellAtHw pf4V« 10 105 105 105
1 Bendlx Aviat 2 . 8 33% 32% 33% - %
Beneficial 1.20a 7 26 25% 26 + %
Best At Co 2a 1 30% 30% 30% — %
Best Foods 1.20 8 22% 22% 22%+%
Beth 8teel 8 13 90% 90*/* 90% - %
■ Birmlng *1.30g. 1 16 16 16 — %
Black Ac Deck 2 . 1 31 31 31 + %
Blaw-Knox .20g 6 16% 16% 16% — %
Bliss E W %* . . 5 23% 23% 23% - %
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Bohn Alum lg_. 1 51% 51% 51% — %
tBon Ami A 4 . 250 104% 104 104 - %
tBon Ami B2V4- 10 59 59 59 +1
Bond 8tores 2 8 30% 29% 29% — %
Borden Co ,60*_ 4 42% 41% 41% — %
Borg-Wamer 2- 6 46% 45% 45%—1%
Boston* Me. _ 1 -4V4 4% 4% - %
Bower Roll BS. 1 36% 36% 36% — %
Braniff Air _ 7 12% 11% 12% + %
Brdc Braas .40* 8 17% 17% 17% + %
Brlggi Manufg 2 . 5 35% 35% 35% — %
Briggs & 6tra 1 - 7 28% 27% 27% — %
tBristl-M pf 3% 40 108% 109% 109% - %
BklynUGas 1 80 2 52% 22% 22% - % :
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Bruns-Balk V«* 2 26 26 26
Bucyrus-Er V«* 5 16 15% 15% — %
♦Bucyrus pf 7_. 10 121% 121% 121% + %
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Bullard Co _ 1 20% 20% 20%+ %
BulovaWatch 2a 3 31% 31% 31% — % .
Burling Mills la 16 17% 17% 17% — % ■
Burr Ad M .60 . 8 14% 14% 14% — %
Butler Bros tig 3 17% 17% 17% + % .
♦ButlerBropf4Vi 190 107 107 107
♦ Byers AM of 7 10 101 101 101 1
CAL PACK IV. . 11 27% 27% 27%-% 1
Callahan Zinc - 4 2% 2% 2% i
CanDryGA 30g 15 15 14% 14%-% 1
♦ can Dry of 4% 30 122 122 122 1
Can Pacific %* 18 12% 12% 12% — % 1
Cannon Mills 3* 3 63 61% 61% —3% .
Cap Adm A fifie 2 13% 13% 13%+%.
tCapAdmpfS-. 70 56 55 55 —1
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Celanese Vi* - 12 20% 19% 20 — % -
Celotex Corp 1.. 3 29 29 29 — % j
CentAgulrre 1% 5 21% 21% 21%
Cent Foundry . 3 10% 10% 10% — % 1
Cen H OAsE .78* 7 9% 9% 9% 1
Cent Rib M 60a 2 12 12 12 - % <
Cen Viol 8u 2 tie 2 29% 29 29 - % 1
Cerro de Pas 2 2 32% 32% 32% - % 1
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Ches A Ohio 3a 16 46*+ 45% 45% — % 1
ChlcagoCorp V«* 6 8% 8% 8% — % .
Chi * E 111 A 1 8% 8% 8% - % I
Chi Great West 1 6% 6% 6% - % 1
Chi M SPftPac 36 11 10% 10% - % I
Ch M 8 PAtP pffi 6 33% 32% 32% - % I
Chi At NW le . 3 21% 21% 21% - % I
Chi * N W pf 6 . 4 45% 44% 44% — % I
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Cin G Ac E .70* 5 26% 26 26 - % I
CIT Finance 2 10 41% 41 41 - % I
City IceAtFuel 2 6 30% 30*+ 30% - % I
♦City Invest 2 9 9 9 - % I
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ClimaxMol 1.20 17 20% 20% 20% - % 1
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'Coca-Cola A 3. 20 63ft 63ft 63ft
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Cornell-D E .80 5 17 16ft 16ft - ft t
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Daveca Strs 1*. 1 18 18 18 — ft I
Davison Chem 1 3 19ft 18ft 19 — ft 8
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DaytonRub .80* 3 20 20 20 J
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Deere A Co Vi*. 8 37ft 37 37 - ft >
Deere pi 1.40.. 8 37 ,37 37 (
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Del Lack A Wn. 2 7ft 7ft 7ft a
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Devoe&RAl .204 2 27 27 27 !
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t Dixie CUP A2V4 1 54ft 53ft 54ft + ft 8
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DU Pont Df 4% 1138 128 128
tDOO Llehtpf 6 10115 115 115 +1
EAGLE PIC 1.20 5 22% 22% 22%-%
Eastern AlrL V4 2* 23% 23% 23% - %
East Kodak 7 . 1 238% 23S% 232% - %
■keo Prod 1.20. « 23% 23% 23%-%
Elastic Stop Hut 1 6% 6% 6% — %
Elec Auto-Lite 3 5 57% 5€% 58%-1%
El Boat la « 13% 13% 13% - %
Elec Boat pi 2-- 1 36% 36% 38%
El Power 4s Lt 6 16% 16% 18%- %
EIPALtS7pf3V4k 2 168% 168% 168% - %
El Stor Bat Vie . 4,50% 50% 50%
ElCtn NatW.OOa 3 22% 22 22 -1
El Paso KG 2.40 1 51 51 51
EmrsnEl M .20g. 7 13% 13% 13% — %
Emer Radio 1... 1 18 18 18-%
Endicott-J 1.80. 1 37% 37% 37%+%
Ent Pub Svc 15 22% 22% 22% - %
>Ens Pub 8 pf & 50 102% 102% 102%
*8nsP8pfS%. 1107% 107% 107%- %
Edult Office B *. 2 3% 3% 3% - %
Erie R R 1 . _ 8 2% 2% 2% + %
Eureka Will*.. 2 10% 10% 10%-%
Erershrp 1.20a. 7 17% 17% 17% — %
Ec-Cell-O 2.60 . 1 36% 38% 38% - %
PRBNKS MOR 2 2 51% 51% 51%+ %
Fajardo But 1 . 7 22% 22% 22% - %
Pams TelARad .3 7% 7% 7% - %
Fed Mnt&Sm 3- 1 32% 32% 32% — %
Fed Mosul %».. 1 50% 50% 50%-%
Fed Mot Tr .40a 3 11% 11% 11% - %
Federat D8t 1 % 7 21% 21% 21%-%
Felt *Tarr 1.40 1 24% 24% 24% - %
Ferro Enaml.. 1 23 23 23
Fid F Fire In 2a 4 53% 53 53% - %
Firest Tire 2*.. 4 57% 58 58 —1
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tFlintkote pf 4. 10 108% 108% 108%+1%
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Food Fair St 40 3 13 13 13
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Freeport Sul2% 1 45% 45% 45% — %
Fruehauf Tra 1. 5 31% 31 31%
GABRIEL Vie . 3 14% 14% 14% — %
GAIR ROBERT. 8 6% 6% 8%- %
Galvin Mfc .30.* 2 10% 10% 10% - %
Gard Denver 1.. 4 18 18 18 — %
Gar Wood Ind_. 2 7% 7% 7%
GarlordCont la 2 17% 17% 17% - %
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Gen Motors %*. 23 39 58% 58% - %
Gen Mot pi 3%. 1 104% 104% 104% + %
Gen Precis Sal 3 21% 21% 21%
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Glmbel pi 4Vi._ 1 100% 100% 100% + %
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Go«belBrew.20a 1 6% 6% 5% — %
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GoodrearTAR 4 16 54% 53% 53% —1%
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GtWitSU* 1.20a 3 24% 24% 24% - %
Green EL3a ... 3 72 70% 70%-1%
Greyhound Vie 50 30% 29% 29% -1%
GrumAlre Bn 2* 6 24 24 24 — %
Guantanamo Sc 7 6% 6% 6% — %
IGuantanS pt 5 10 86 86 86 +1
GultM AOp!2 Vie 1 40 40 40 -1
Gull on la_ 6 61% 61% 61%-%
HAM WTCH Vie 1 17% 17% 17% + %
tHamiltnW pi 4 30 103 103 103
f Hanna pi 4%.. 30 105% 105% 105% + %
Harb-Walker 1 2 22 21% 21%
Hart SAM 1.20* 1 33% 33% 33% - %
tHat Corp p!4Vi 10 100% 100% 100% + %
Hayes Ml* Co 1 7% 7% 7% - %
VHarl-Atlas 1.20 2 30% 30% 30% - %
Heinr .90* 4 39% 38% 38% + %
Helme GW4 ... 2 54% 54% 54%-1%
Hercules M Vie 3 19% 19% 19% - %
Herd Pwdr 35* 1 57% 57% 57% + %
tHercules P p!6. SO 132% 132% 132% + %
Holland Furn la 2 25 25 25
HollanderA81a. 1 17 17 17
Homestake*Vi*_. 8 43% 43 43% — %
Houd-Hershey . 3 15% 15% 15% — %
Hshold Fin 1.80 4 32% 32% 32% - %
Houst LAP 3 60 1 87 87 87 -1
Houston Oil Vie 22 22% 22% 22%-%
Howe Sound 2.1 35% 35% 35% — %
Hudson A Man 4 5 5 5
Hudson Bay VI*. 4 37% 37% 37% — %
Hudson Mot .40 4 16% 16% 16%-%
aunt foots_ a div4 aava—••/»
auuD.Corn ..15 5% 5% 3%- %
ILL CENTRAL. 18 25% 24% 24% - %
111 Central Df . 1 47% 47% 47% - %
11 Ter R R .36* 5 9% 9 9% + %
ndplsP&Ll .40* 1 27 27 27
ndust Rayon 2. 3 43% 42% 43%+ %
ncer-Rand 61.. 1117 1T7 117 -1%
nland 8tl .40*. 5 35% 35% 33%-%
haplratlon 1 5 16 15% 15% — %
nsuran Ctf.20* 1 7% 7% 7%
nterchemCp'/i* 2 43 42% 42% — %
nterconRub V4* 1 3 3 5
nterlake Ir.60e 14 12 11% 12
nt Harvester 4. 9 87 85% 83% —1%
IntHarv pf 7 . 80 182% 182% 182% - %
nt Hydro El A . 1 9% 9% 9% - %
nt MACh 1.60 3 28% 28% 28% - %
nt Minin* .. 2 4% 47+ 4% — %
nt Nickel 1 60. 12 32% 32% 32% - %
nt Paper 3 ... 13 46% 46% 46% - %
nt Shoe 2.40... 3 40% 40% 40% - %
nt Stiver 1*_ 4 49% 49% 49% — %
nt Tel & Tel ... 28 13% 13% 13% - %
nt T&T for et 1 13% 13% 13% - %
nter Dep Stra 2 2 22% 22% 22% — %
ntertype .30*.. 1 22% 22% 22%+%
ACOBS PL. 1 9% 9% 9% - %
ohna Manv »/4*. 1 122% 122% 122%
ohns-M Pf3 %. 1117% 117% 117%
ohnson&J 20a 1 64% 64% 64% —1%
Johnson&J pf4 30 111 111 111 + %
ones * L Stl 2 . 20 34 33% 33% - %
oyManf 1.20a- 13 34 33% 33%-%
CALAMS&F.80 2 17% 17% 17% - %
tan City South. 4 22% 22% 22% - %
tennecott C V*r 19 46% 46% 46% - %
tmbrly-Clk.60* 3 24% 24% 24% - %
Kimb-Clrk pf 4 30 108% 108% 108% - %
tinney(GR)Vii* 3 16% 16% 16%-%
toppers Co 1.60 4 30% 30% 30%
Koppers pf 4 40 98% 98% 98% - %
tresie (SS> %* 5 38% 37% 37% -1%
tress S H %c . 1 52% 52% 52% + %
Iroeer Co 2.40. 1 46% 46% 46%
-ACLEDE .10* 23 5% 5% 5% - %
•aConsol pf .21* 2 12% 12% 12% - %
.ambert Co 2a. 3 40 39% .39%-1
,ane Bryant 1 2 13% 12% 12%
eesJmaAS 1.40 3 26% 25% 25% —1%
ee Rubr&Ti 2a 3 48% 47% 47% - %
.ehiahCANl. 8 11% 11 11%
eh For Cem *»« 2 37% 37% 37%-%
,en V Coal lpf3 1 19 19 19 -%
eh V CoaI2pt% 5 6'+ 6% 6% - %
ehman Cp .60* 4 44% 44 44 —1%
ehn & Plnk'A* 1 17% 17% 17%
erner 8trs 1 %. 5 21% 21% 21%-%
,ibby Glass 2 . 3 53% 52% 52%-1%
iJbMcNAL SOe 4 10% 10% 10% - %
•ife Savers 35* 1 34% 34% 34% - %
l*xett&Mver3a 4 88% 88 88 — %
,ink-Belt 2a ... 2 50% 50 50%+ %
ion Oil 2_ 1 45 45 45
liquid Carbn 1. 2 24% 24 24
nckheed Aire.. 10 17% 17% 17% — %
lOew’sIne 174.. 15 53% 23 23% - %
one StarC 3%a 2 71 71 71 + %
,on*-Bell L ,37e 1 17% 17% 17% - %
orrilard Prod 1 11 19% 19 19 - %
ouisvil&N 3.52 10 48% 47% 47% - %
nwentnASIV+a 3 22 21% 21%-%
lUkens Stl 40 2 18% 17% 17% - %
lACKTRKS3i* 4 52 50% 50% -1%
lacy (RH) 1.60 6 33% 35 33%+%
lasma Cop V4*. 2 19% 19% 19%
fainavox 1 . 1 16% 16% 16%
fanati 8u* </4e. 2 9% 9% 9% - %
farathon Crp 1 1 25% 25% 25% + %
larineMid 20* 10 7% 7% 7% - %
MarketStRypr 50 11% 11% 11% - %
farshll Fid 2a 4 30 297+ 29% - %
larshFld pf4Vi. 20110 110 110 -%
[artin Glenn S 3 29% 29% 29%
tartin-Pary.60 2 18% ' 18% 18% -1
lasonne t-orp 1 •» 3* pa —i
fasterElec 1.80 * 30 30 30
fathleson A11 8 88% 28% 28% - %
ray Dept Strg 3 4 43 44% 44% - %
MayDept3.40pf 20 84% 94% 94%-2%
Marta* lit pf6 10 111 111 111 - %
recall Corp 3a. 2 44% 44 44%
tcCrory81 40a 1 29 29 29
McCrory pf 3% 1 107% 107 107%
fcKessftR 2.40 5 38% 37% 37%-1%
fcLellan Str la 1 23% 23% 23% - %
read corp .35*. 1 21% 21% 21%- %
read Cp 2 pf 2 1 48% 48% 48% - %
telTille 8M .80 5 22% 22% 22%
rencel Co la « 20% 20% 20% - %
Menael 6 Pf2% 20 60*4 60% 60% -2
lercant Str» 1 3 16% 16% 16% — %
[arch At M Tt 2 2 43 43 43 - %
terck ft C 1.40 2 53% 33% 53%-1
[erckftCo pf3% 1 100*4 100*4 100%
teata Mach 2 % 2 42 42 42 - >4 '
Met Ed Pf 3 90 SO 107 107 107 -1
liaml Cop %* 4 16% 16% 16% - *4
fid-Con Pet V«( 2 34% 34% 34% -1
[inn-H Re* %« 3 56% 56*4 56*4 - %
Minn H Pf 3.20 70 109*4 109% 109% -1
rinn-Moline 8 10*4 10 10 - %
[ ft St L Ry >4* 2 11% 11% 11% - %
rtsslonCP 1 45# 5 34 34 34 - %
fo-Kan-Texas 3 5% 5% 5%
to-Kan-Tex Df. 12 20 19% 19% - %
fojud Ho* .20* 3 11 10% 10% - *4
fonsanto C%* 11 57% 56% 57
tonsanto pf 3% 1117% 117% 117*4 -2
font* Ward 2* 12 57*4 56% 56% - %
toore-McC L 2. 12 27% 27 27 -1
fetor Prod %* 2 20% 20% 20% - %
fueller Brg 80* 6 23% 23% 23% - *4
fulllnsMf* .16* 1 17% 17% 17% - *4
Mullins pf 7 .40 107 107 107
funsincwear*4e 1 13% 13% 13% — %
turray Cm %* 2 13% 13% 13*4 - *4
(urraxporp Df* 1 40 40 40 — %
!ASH-KKLVVi* 5 16% 16% 16% - *4
rat Acme 2_ 2 28*4 28*4 28*4 - %
at Airlines 11 16 15% 15%-% i
at Arlat 1 S5e 1 15% 15% 15%
at Ban 1.20 3 27% 27*4 27%
at Biscuit .70* 11 30% 30% 30% - %
at Can_ 3 10% 10% 10% - %
at Cash R%*. 11 41% 41% 41%+ %
at City Lines 1 3 12*4 12% 12%+ %
at Container 8 3 38% 38% 38% - % 1
at Crtn Oas.80 1 15% 15% 15% - %
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Nat Dairy 1.80. 11 31% 31 31 -1*
Nat Dept Str la x 8 18% 18% 18% - M
Nat Diatfllers 2 . 33 21% 21% 21% - M
Nat Gypsum Vie 4 21% 21 21 — Y
Nat Lead Via — 9 31% 30% 31 - Vt
♦Nat Ldpf B6 50 153% 153% 153% + U
NatLinenSvc.40 14 8% 8 8
Nat Paw & L_ 7 1% 1% 1%+ M
Natl Steel 4_ 11 84 84 84 + M
Nat Supply . 18 14% 14% 14% - M
♦Nat 8UP pf 4Vi. 40 *1% 91% 91% - Vt
Nat »1P$2 3t 2k 7 17% 17% 17% - Vt
NatTeala .. 9 28% 28% 28%-Vt
Nat Vul PIbr 80 2 15% 15% 15% - Vt
Neh< Core 80 2 21 21 21 - «
♦ NJ PwALt pf 4 50 107 106% 108% - VS
Newmont Mi Via 3 38% 38% 38%- M
; Newpt In dust 2. 1 28% 28% 28% —1
NewptNws S 2a 5 19% 19% 19% - Vt
NY Air Brake 2 1 40% 40% 40% - %
NYC Omnib Via. 1 15% 15% 15% - Vt
N Y Central RR 48 17 18% 18% - Vi
NYDock pf 1 Via 1 59% 59% 59%
♦NY A Harlem 8 1 285 285 283 + 1C
NYShlpbldal Vie 1 13% 13% 13%+ %
tNor A Wat 10a 80 240 239 239 -1
No Am Avia le 5 9% 9% 9%
Nor Am Co .82f 24 28% 28 28 - %
No Am Co rt... 211 4% 4% 4%
North Pacific la 5 18% 18% 18%-%
tNoStPw pf3.60 10 101 101 101 -1
NorthwatAir Vie 8 21% 20fc 20% - %
♦North* Tel 3 130 39% 39% 39%+ %
Norwich Ph 60a 1 15% 15% 15%
OHIO EDIS Via 1 34% 34% 34% - %
♦Ohio Ed Pf4.40 10 109% 109% 109%
Ohio OO Via . 5 23% 23% 23% - %
okla GAE pf .80 3 20% 19% 20 - %
Oliver Core Vie 6 23% 22% 22%-%
♦Oliver pf 4Vi . 80 105% 105% 105%
Omnibus Core 1 1 10% 10% 10%
Otis Elevat Vig 2 28% 28% 28%-%
♦OtiS Elev pf 6 10159 159 159 +1
Owens-maisWs 4 74% /4 74%+ %
PACAMPISHla 3 11 11 11
tPac Coast 1 pf 80 68 66 66
Pac Gas A Elc 2 6 39% 39% 39% - %
♦Pac TelATel la 2 111 110 110 -3
Pac Tin Cona . 3 5% 5% 5% - %
Pac West Oil Vie 1 27% 27% 27% - %
Packard M.16g. 9 6% 6% 6% - %
PnAmAirwysVie 26 13% 13% 13% — %
Panhdl XPL Via 3 49 48% 48% + %
♦Panh EFL pf 4 110 109 109 109
Panhandle PAR 3 7% 7% 7% — %
Paramnt Plct 2. 44 27% 26% 26% — %
ParkATllford 3 - 3 46 44 46 -1
Park Utah CM 3 3% 3% 3% - %
ParmeleeTr 1.20 3 12 12 12 - %
Patino M 1.06*. 4 14% 14 14 - %
Penney (JC) 2a 8 43% 42% 42% — %
Penn-Cent Alrl. 1 12% 12% 12% - %
Penn-Dixle Via- 1 22% 22% 22%-%
Penn PAL .60*. 12 20% 20% 20%
Penn RR Via--. 54 21% 20% 20%-%
PeoplesGLAC4a 1 93% 93% 93% - %
Pepsi-Cola .70a 58 26% 25% 25% - %
Pere Marouet pf 1 92% 92% 92% — %
Pfizer CACo 2a 5 54% 54 54 . - %
PhelpsDge 1.60a 18 40 39% 39% - %
tPhil Co *6 pf 6 10 107% 107% 107% -1
Phila Elect 1.20. 8 25 24% 24% - %
Phila El $1 pf 1. 1 27% 27% 27%-%
nv.:i wi_WO on 7 lft+U IftYU -A- IV.
PhiflfcR C*I 11 1 5 14 13% 13% - %
Philco Corp 1 % 4 26% 26% 26%-%
tphllco pf 3% _ 20 97% 97% 97%
Philip Mor 1 Via 1 33% 33% 33%
Phillips Petrol 2 7 54 53% 53% — %
Phoenix Hos Vie 1 14 14 14
Plllsbury M 1 60 1 34% 34% 34% - %
PittCk&Ch tie 3 11% 11% 11% - %
tPitts C&C pf 5 50 100 100 100
PltConCoal 1.40 18 23% 22% 22%-%
Pitt Plate .80a 3 36 35% 35% — %
tPitts Steel 6 pf 80 72 71% 71%
tPitStl nroflVik 20 74% 74% 74% - %
Plttston Co 1 22% 22% 22% -1%
Plymouth Oil lb 4 23% 23% 23%
Poor & Co B 1 . 9 16% 16 16% + %
Pressed Stl Car. 5 13% 13 13 — %
Proctor *0 2a. 8 60% 59% 59%-1%
Pub SvcNJ .38* 7 24 23% 23% - %
tPub SvcNJ pf8 130 140% 140 140
tPub SvcNJ Pf7 140 125% 125 125% + %
tPub Svc NJ pfO190 108 108 108 -%
tPubSElGpfS 160 114% 114 114%
Publlcker ind 2 25% 25% 25%
tPubllcker pf4% 30 98% 98% 98%+ %
Pullman Via_ 7 57% 56% 57% + %
Pure Oil 1_ 6 3? 24% 24% - %
Purity Bak 2.40 4 33 33 33
RADIO CP .20k 43 8% 8% 8%
Radio Cp Pf3ti. 2 77% 76 77% + %
Ra-Kth-O1.20 9 13% 13% 13%
tRRSecIUCenSt. 20 19% 19% 19% - %
Raybestos 1 V«s. 1 35 35 35 — %
Rayonler pf 2... 1 36% 36% 36% — %
Reading Co 1_ 15 20 19% 20 — %
Reading 1 pf 2 . 1 42 42 42 - %
Real Silk H .60. 1 13% 13% 13%-1%
♦Real SilkH pf7. 10 104% 104% 104%
Reeves Bros 1 . 9 13% 12% 12% - %
Reliance Mfg la 1 15% 15% 15% — %
RemlngRnd.70b 1 33 33 33 — %
Reo Motors 2 ti. 1 29% 29% 29%-%
Rep Aviation_ 5 7% 7% 7% — %
Repub Picture*. 9 7% 7% 7% — %
Repub Piet Pf 1- 1 13% 13% 13% + %
Repub 8teel la. 26 27% 27% 27%-%
Revere Copr V«* 3 21% 21% 21%
Reynolds Met 5 31 30% 31 — %
tRey Met pf 6 Vi 100 112 112 112 +1%
ReynTobB 1 40a 13 40 39% 39% + %
Richfield Oil 1.. 5 15 15 15 -%
Roan Ant .22* . 1 9% 9% 9% — %
Royal Type .65* 2 23% 22% 22%-1%
Fuberoid tig... 1 51 51 51 —1
SAFEWAY ST 1. 3 22% 22% 22% - %
St Jos Lead 2a.. 4 51% 51% 51%
St L San Fran_14 7% 7% 7% - %
St I* SanPrsn pf 8 26% 26 26 — %
Sehenley Digit 4 26 36 35% 35% - %
tScovill pf 3.68. 50 100% 100% 100% - %
Scranton Elec 1x2 15% 15% 15% + %
Seab Air IRR. 8 20 19% 19% - ’A
Seaboard OH 1 3 27 27 27 - %
Sears Roebck la 13 35% 35 35% - %
Seeger Refrgatr 4 13% 13% 13%
Servel Inc .30e. 4 13 13 13
tServelpf 4ti . 30 109 109 109
Shamrock .80 . 4 22% 22% 22% - %
Sharon Steel 2 . 8 32% 31% 31% — %
Shrp&Dohme 1. 4 24% 24% 24%
Shattuck FG la 1 18% 18% 18% - Vi
Shell D Oil 1 Vie 10 27 26% 26%-%
Sheraton .20g._ 2 7% 7% 7% — %
Silver King Col. 1 5% 5% 5%
Simmons Co ’/«* 3 37 37 37
Sinclair Oil 1 30 15% 15% 15%
Sloss-Shef Steel 1 16% 16% 16% — %
Smith&Sonl.40 1 34% 34% 34% — %
Socony-Vac Via 87 14% 14% 14%
SouAmGold.20e 3 4% 4% 4%
8o Caro E&G Vi 2 7% 7% 7% + %
So P RicaSug 4a 1 47% 47% 47%
tSo PortR S Pf8 20 163% 163% 163%
S'eastGLlne 40* 4 18 18 18 - %
SoCalEdislVi.. 6 33% 33% 33% - %
Sou Nat Gs lVi- 6 26 26 26 - %
Southern Pac 4. 22 41 40% 40% - %
Southern Ry 3 8 40% 40% 40% — %
Southrn Ry pf 8 1 68 68 68 — %
Spaldin*&B.80a 2 17% 17% 17% — %
Sparks Within*. 6 6% 6% 6%— %
Spear* Co Vie. 1 11 11 11 — %
SpencerKel 2.40 2 52% 52 52 - %
Sperry Cp IVie- 3 21 20% 20% - %
Spiegel Inc ... 3 13 12% 12% - %
tSpieael pf 4% 170 83% 82% 83 +1
SauareDCo .20* 5 17 16% 16% — %
Stand Brands 2 6 34% 34 34 + %
3tdBrands pf3Vi 1100 100 100
Std Gs&El S4pf 25 29% 28% 28%-1%
Std Gs&El S6pr 1 105 105 105 -2%
Std G&ESTpr pf 3 114% 114 114 —1%
Btd Oil Cal 2.60. 8 54% 54% 54% - %
Std Oil Ind 1 %a 20 40% 40% 40% - %
Std Oil NJ la.. 16 66% 66% 66%-%
Std Oil Ohio 1 3 26% 26% 26%
Std Oil O pf 3% 1 103% 103% 103% - %
Stand StlSp %g 1 14% 14% 14%-%
Sterchi Bros 1 - x 10% 10% 10% — %
Sterling Drug 2 2 43% 43% 43% — %
Stokley-Van tig 3 19*% 19% 19% — %
Hone&Web 1 V.e 2 15% 15% 15%
Studebaker tig. 16 21 20% 21 - %
3un Chem 60 . 1 13% 13% 13% + %
Sunraj Oil 30e. 26 9% 9% 9% — %
Sunsh'neBts *if 3 40% 40% 40%-%
Sunshine M .40. 2 11% 11% 11%-%
Sud Oil Cal lie. 3 115 114 114 —1
Superior Stl tig. 1 19% 19% 19% - %
Swift&Co 1,00a 10 34 33% 33% - %
Swift Inti 1.60 15 25% 25% 25%-%
Sxlv Elec P ,35g 12 26% 25% 25% - %
fSyhrn Elec of 4 20 104 103% 104 + %
TELAUTOGRPH 1 6 6 6< + %
TennCorpla.. 2 15% 15% 15%-%
Texas Co 2a .. 7 59% 59% 59% - %
TexOulfPr .20g. 6 13% 13% 13% - %
Tex Gulf Sul 2a 6 50 49% 50 + %
Tex Pac C&0 1 1 29% 29% 29% - %
Tex Pac LT ,30e 4 18% 18% 18%
Tex&PacRylg 7 49 48 48%-1%
Thatcher .60b 1 18% 18% 18% + %
'Thtcher pf2 40 10 57% 57% 57%
'Thennod Pf2ti 20 55 55 55 +1
Third Ave Tram 3 10% 10% 10% - %
ThomasStl 35c 2 19% 19% 19%-%
Thompson JR la 4 14% 14% 14% — %
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■TideWat pf3% 20 104 1*3% 103% - %
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Pmsamerlca tia 11 13% 13% 13% + %
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rri-Cnt Cp ,30e 7 6% 6% 6% - %
■Tri-Conti pf 6. 10 108 108 108 -%
rruax-Tr 1.40a 2 19 19 19
!OthC-Fox3a 15 33 32% 32% - %
’OthCn-F pr4ti 1103% 103% 103% + %
TwinCIty pr2ti 70 46% 46% 46% - %
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JnAsb&Rub TO 2 13% 13 13% + %
Jn B & Pa 34g 5 32 31% 31% - %
JnCarbide l*ig. 4 99% 99% 99% + %
Jnlon Oil Cal 1. 2 21% 21% 21% - % ’
Jn Pacific pf 4 . 3 109% 109 109 - %
Jn Tank Car 2a 2 35% 35 35 - % 1
Jtd Air Lin tie 26 27% 26% 27 - %
Jnit AirLof 4ti 2 120 119% 120 +1
Jtd Aircraft l . 25 20% 20% 20% - %
Jnit Biscuit la. 2 44% 44% 4414-3%
Jnit Carbon 1* 1 75% 75% 75% - %
Jnit Cigar Whal 6 6% 6% 6%
Jtd Corn - 61 3% 3% 3% - %
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1
Stock leaders Down
Fractions to Point
In Light Selling
By Victor Eubank
Associated Press Financial Writer
NEW YORK, April Labor
news chilled the stock market today
and, while selling was relatively
light, most leaders reiterated frac
tions to a point or so.
Although activity picked up a bit
at intervals, the ticker tape fre
quently idled. Pew recoveries were
in sight near the fourth hour, teels,
motors, rails and assorted indus
trials suffered widest losses.
Public participation continued neg
ligible. Professionals trimmed hold
ings because of darkening indus
trial prospects due to widespread
“safety” coal mine .stoppages and
bearishness over the telephone
strike. Softening of major com
modities also was a restraining in
fluence.
American Telephone touched a
low for the year. Backward were
United States Steel, Bethlehem,
Chrysler, General Motors, Good
year, Goodrich, International Har
vester, Anaconda, Phelps Dodge,
Santa Pe, New York Central, Chesa
peake & Ohio, American Woolen,
Dupont, American Can and East
man Kodak.
Bonds inclined to give ground.
Washinaton Stock Exchanae
SALES.
Capital Transit 1st ref. 4s—SI,000 at 108.
Wdwd & Loth com—12 at 50.
Wash Gas com—15.at 24Vs.
Garfinckei com new—10 at 20.
Wash Gas (4.25) pfd—50 at 104V4.
Capital Transit Co.—15 at 25.
Garfinckei 414% pfd—60 at 23%.
PUBLIC UTILITIES.
BONDS.
Bid. Asked.
Am T & T cv deb 3s, 1956 124 _
Am T & T cv deb 23is 1961 113>4 115
Cap Traction 1st 5s 1947 10014 _
Cap Transit 1st ref 4s 1964 10514 _
City 4 Suburban 5s 1948 109 _
Georgetown Gas 1st 5s 1961 12514 _
Pot Elec Pow 3Vis 1966_105 _
Pot Elec Pow 3 Vis 1977 .. 110 _
Washington Gas 5s 1960 128 _
Ter Rf4W Cp 1st 414s 1948 102 103
STOCKS.
Amer T 4 T (9) ..*164% - --
Capital Transit (2.00)_ 25 2714
N 4 W Steamboat (t4)_190
Pot Elec Power 6% pfd (6) 10S>4 111
Pot Elec Pwr 614% pf (5.50) 107>£
Wash Gas Lt com (1.50) 2314 25
Wash Gas Lt cum pfd (4.25) 104’s 106
WRsh G Lt cum cv pf <4.50) 10614 108
Wash R.V 4 El com(a9.00) 660
Wash Ry 4 El Pfd (6) 119'4 120
BANK AND TRUST COMPANIES.
Amer Sec 4 Tr Co (10) *305 325
Bank of Bethesda (tl.OO). 45 _
Capital (.80) ___ ... 31 _
Com 4 Savings (new) (10). 36214 400
Liberty <t7) _ 300 _
Lincoln (t5) 310 _
Nat’l Sav Tr (8.00) .. . . 380 _
Prince Georges B 4 Tr (tl) 2514 _
Riggs (12) -_*345 370
Union Trust (new)_ 41
Washington (6) 180 190
Wash. Loan 4 Tr (12) ... 350 370
FIRE AND TITLE INSURANCE.
American (t6) _ 150 _
Columbia (t.30)_ 12!4 _
Firemen's (1.40) 32 _
National Union (.75)_ 14 _
Real Estate (t6> . . 185 _
MISCELLANEOUS.
Carpel Corp (2.00). . 40 _
Garfinckei com new (1.50) 19 21
Garfl 514% cu cv pf (1.375) 2714
Garfi 414% cu cv of (1.125) 23 24
Hecht Co (1.60) ._ .* *26‘/4 28
Herht 3Vi% cu pfd (3.75)*101 104
Lanston Mono (1.00) .. 13 1414
Mergenthaler Lino (a.75) 50 64
Natl Mtge 4 Inv pfd <p.40) 614 _
Peoples Drug St com ( + 1.60) 4714 _
Security Storage (+5) ..*105 _
Ter Ref 4 Wh Corp <3) .58 _
Wdwd 4 Loth com (t'2.00) 49 52
Wdwd 4 Loth pfd (7) 126
•Ex dividend, b Books closed. tPlus extra
or extras, a Paid so far this year, p Paid
1946.
Chicago Livestock
CHICAGO, April 7*«P) (USDAV—Salable
hogs, 5,500; total. 10.000; mostly steady
with Friday’s average: fairly active on
weights under 260 pounds but heavier
hogs and sows dull: good and choice 180
260-pound averages. 26.75-27.50: top.
27.50 on weights up to 235 pounds:
260-300 pounds. 25.75-27.00: 300-380
pounds. 25.00-26,00; good and choice
sows. 22.50-23.25.
Salable cattle. 14.000: total. 14.000: sal
able calves. 800: total. 800: fed steers
and yearlings, including yearling heifers
fully steady with last week: market fairly
active: cows and bulls strong to 25 cents
higher: vealers steady at 26.00 down;
largely steer and heifer run: good and
choice steers. 23.50-27.00: high-choice
offering. 28.00; load choice to prime,
1.200-pound averages. 29.75: choice 925
pound heifers. 25.00: cutter cows. 12.75
down: most beef cows. 13.00-16.50; 17.00
paid freely for weighty sausage bulls: stock
cattle slow.
grade 117-pound clipped Iambf with No. 1
fully established: two cars mostly good
grade 117-pound lambs with No. 1 and
and 2 pelts around steady at 20.2o: woolcd
lamb Quality rather plain with most buy
ers talking considerably lower or around
22.50 on best kinds, held upward to
23.00; other classes scarce: few native
slaughter ewes steady at 10,50.
Washington Produce
From the Department of Agriculture.
EGGS—Market weak; receipts and sup
plies heavy; demand only fair. Prices
paid f.o.b, Washington for Federal-State
graded eggs received from grading stations
April 7. 1947. Whites, browns, mixed
colprs, U. S. grade A. extra large. 46;
large. 44-45, average 44'/s; mediums. 39
40 .average 39V4: U. S. grade B. large, i
40: U. S. grade C, 34; commercially
grade eggs, grade A. large. 45: current
receipts. 38-42.
LIVE POULTRY—Market about steady
at unchanged prices: receipts light; de
mand quiet. Prices paid l.o.b. Washing
ton. Fowl, heavy type. 34-35; light type,
22: broilers and fryers. 32.
Dressed poultry (iced and some Western
box packed)—Market steady on fowl;
weak and 2 cents lower on broilers and
fryers: supplies light; demand fair to good.
Prices paid f.o.b. Washington. Fowl,
heavy. 44-45: broilers. 38-40; fryers. 35;
roasters. 4 pounds, 36-37; 4Va pounds,
.39-41; 5 pounds, few, 45.
Foreign Exchange
NEW YORK. April 7 (/PV—Foreign ex- <
change rates follow (Great Britain in
dolars. others in cents):
Canadian dollar in New York open
market 7% per cent discount or 92.62% .
United States cents, unchanged.
Europe—Great. Britain. 4.02%, un
changed: France (franc) S4,/i. up % of a
cent. Sweden (krona) 27.85, unchanged: <
Switzerland (franc) (com!.) 23.40. un- ;
changed. J
Latin America—Argentina, free. 24.45,
unchanged: Brazil, free. 5.50, unchanged;
Mexico, 20.62. unchanged.
-. ]
Dividends Announced
, NEW YORK, April 7 OF). — Dividends
declared:
Pe- Stock of Pay
Rate. riod. Record, able.
Regular.
Aro Equipment -15c 4-15 4-25
Belding Hemingway 20c __ 5-1 5-15
General Shoe _26%c 4-17 4-30
Thew Shovel _60c - 4-10 26
Sales—
Stock and Add Net
Dividend Rate. 00. High. Low. 2:30. c'nge.
Van Raalte ,60g 1 35 35 35 - %
VERT-C SUG 2 8 17% 17% 17% - %
Vick Chem 1.20 1 34% 34% 34%.+ %
Va CarolltiChem 2 7% 7% 7% - %
Va Rail pf'l%__ 1 37% 37% 37%
Waldorf la 3 16% 16% 16% + %
Walker (H> 30* 2 20% 20% 20%+ %
WALWORTH %e 7 11% 11 11% - %
Ward Bak .15g 4 15% 15% 15% - %
‘Ward Bk pf5% 50 105% 105 105 - %
Varner Bro 1 % 18 15% 15% 15% - %
Vebser Tobac . 1 9%.. 9% 9% - %
Wesson O&S la 21 47 45% 46%-%
WestlndSugla 18 31% 31 31%+ %
W PenPw pf4Va 20.114% 114% 114%
WVa PuIrAP la 1 40% 40% 40%-%
WVaP&P Pf4% 10 112% 112% 112% - %
Western Air Lin 1 8% 8% 8% — %
WestAutoSup 3. 3 56% 55% 55%—1%
Western Md 6 6% 6% 614 s
West Pacific 8.. 1 39% 39% 39%
West Un Tel A. 19 19% 19 19 - %
wstna Vr Br la 10 31% 31% 31% - %
Westing Elec 1 27 25% 24% 25 - %
WstlnsEl Df3% 10 98% 98% 98%-1
VstngElnfB.3 80 1 105% 105% 105%
Vestvaco 1.40 3 35% 34% 35% + %
Wheel Steel 1* 1 40% 40% 40%
WheelStl prp!5 20 99% 99% 99%-1%
White Dent 1%- 1 32% 32% 32%-%
White Motor la 1 25% 25% 25% - %
White Sewing M 6 15% 15% 15% — %
Willys-Overland 6 11% 11% 11%
Wilson A Co 80 6 13% 13% 13% — %
Woodward Ir 4_ 2 57 57 57 - %
Woolworth 2a 10 48% 48% 48% — %
Wrthng FAM lb 4 61% 61 61%—1%
Wthng prpf4% 50 93 93 93 —1%
■Wright Aero 5e 20 73 73 73 —2
Wrigley W Jr 3 2 69% 69% 69% - %
wyand Wor 40a 2 11% 11% 11% + %
f ALE A T 00a. 4 40% 39% 40% +1
fork Co rp 30 . 16 13% 13 13% - %
f ngSp A W ire Va*. 1 19% 19% 19% - %
fungSheet&T 4 6 67% 66% 66%—1
SENITH RAD le 4 20*4 20 20 - %
SuniteProd .15g 1 87% 87% 8%
Hourly Sales an the Exchange Today:
1:00 a.ir.. 150 000 12:00 noon 280 000
1:00 p.m.. 370 000 2:00 p.m. 460 000
tUnlt of trading, 10 share*. *ln oank
uptcy or receivership, or being reorganised
inder the Bankruptcy Act. or securities
issumed by such companies. Rates of
llvidends In the foregoing table are annual
liabursements based on the last quarterly
ir semiannual declaration. Unless other
rise noted, special or extra dividends arq
lot included, xd Ex dividend, xr Eg rights,
i Also extra or extras, b Plus stock dtvi
tend. d Cash or stock, e Paid last year.
Payable In stock, g Declared or paid m
ar this year. b Payable in Canadian
undi. k Accumulated dividend! paid or
leclared tills year.
A
N. Y. Bond Market
NEW YORK CITY Lautro N toe 75 81
8* 80 -112V* DehVal4Vis2003 415
FOREION 3:30 DehVal 4s 2003 18
Australis 3>,'«sA6101V4 Me Cent 4V4s 60 76
AustraUs3VisB2 99V* M-K-T adj 5s67 67V
Braz 3*4* 3 ser 84 M-K-T 1st 4S90 865
BrlCnRyEl 7s52 6»V* Mo Pac 5 Vis 49 23V
Buen Air 3s 84 96 Mo Pse 6s 77 P 735
Chile 6s 60 asd 27 Mo Pac tn 4s 75 285
Norway 4 Vis 65 104V* MorlsAE 4V5S65 63V
Sao P St 7s 40— 90V* NYC rf 6s 2013 84V
nmursTTr 2‘90 NYC4V4s2013A 73V
^Wp'ssSOaOloitV* NYCC0B4S 98 71V
Am T&T2V.S 61 114?* 8VM 97 905
Am TAT 2ViS 75102V* SJJ22*® 4f, ?2.,
AmTAT 2 Vis 80101* NYNH*H4^s67 38V
Am TAT 2Vis8fi f* 5®
AmTobseco3s69l06 ^YimAH45 5, 15Vi
&
B A O 95 C": 71 NorP«4Vis204T 9*M
B A O 2000 D__ 601* NorP*c 3* 2047 7*M
B A O cv 60 „ 46V* PtC OAE 3* 79 108V
B A O 4s 48 »9 PennCtAtrSVisBO 61
BenefIndL2V461 98?* Penn PALt 3*76105
Beth Stl 2Vis 70103V* PennRR *n6s68112M
•Bost Me 4Vis 70 59 PennRR e4V**6(T20Vl
BufRochAP57st 65?* PennBR*4V4s65105
Burl CRAN5S34 33V* PennRR 3V«s68 100
Can Pac 4s pern 103V* PereMar 801O4V4
Cent Ga cn5s45 57V4 Phila El 2Vis 67 105VV
ChiAAlton 3s49 40 PhUl Pet 25**64 104?*
CB&Q 2ViS 70 98?* RekIAAli4V*s34 SlVe
ChlAE I inc 97 34V4 StIBF 4V4S2022 495*
COW 4 Vis 2038 46V* StLSanFrn4s97 87V*
CMStP4Vis2044 57 StLSoWest 5sS2 89
ChiANW 4Vis99 78 StPKCL84V**41 40
CW Ry 5s 27 _ 64 Seab in4Vss2016 72‘*
CRIP 4 Vis 6Q - - 19>A Shell Uh 2>is71 99V*
C R I P 4s 88 763* 3ocouy-V2VAs7fl100
CRIP rf 48 34 30 SoPaclflc4Vis81 95?*
CCCStL 4 Vis 77 7«Vi Sou Pac 4 Vis 69 96V*
ClevUnTr5Vis72108 SoPac4'isOr77. 995*
Col A So 4Vis80 58V* So Ry m 4s 58 102
Oel A Hud 4s 63 96 StdOUNJ2V4s71 99V*
Del LAW4S2042 59V4 Third Are 5s 60 62Vi
DenAR G 4s 36 59V* Third Ave 4s 60 100
DnARGWs 5s55 4 Dn Pac 1st 4s47 1005*
Det Edison 3s70109 Wsbssh 4V«s 91 B5V*
PlrestnTAR3s6U055* West Md 4s 52 105V*
GrnBAW deb B 7V* WsPac4 Vis2014105
2; 4s 53 _ 93 West Dn 5s 51- 67V4
IC4%S68 - 81i* west Dn 5s 60 83
Int G N Ist6s52 58V* West Dn 4Vis 50 B8V*
Kan C Sou 4s75 104V* Wise Cent 4s 49 68V4
a ■ 5/ ^ I hi_I_a.
IN. I. ^uro ivuir*ei
LIST INCLUDES ONLY SELECTED ISSUES
CHANGED FROM PREVIOUS CLOSE.
2:3.) Kirby Pet .10e 11%
Alum Co Am 2 -. 65% Kirk L G M .02 1%
Am Cynamld la 47% Lon* Island It* %
AmftFgnPwr wr 1% Louis LdAEx 60 14%
Am Gas & El 2a, 41% MemshNGas Vie 3%
Am Maracaibo. 3% Menaaco MI* 2%
Am Repub Vie . 20% MldlandStlB vte 4%
Am Superpower 1% Mid Wst Cn>v«* 23%
Atlas Corp w w S% Mid West Refln. 2%
Atlas Plywood 2 32% MorrlsPl Cp Vie 4%
Barium Steel .. 5 Mount Prod 80 9%
Breeie Cp 1 60. 15% NatBeUasH .20e 3%
Brewster Aero . 4% Nat Fuel G .80 13%
BrownFDist 80 18% Nat Tunnel & M 1%
Burma Ltd- 1% Niagara Hud Pr 9
Burry Biscuit.. 5% Niles Bern .15* 13V.
Butler P H Vi*.. 13 No Am Lt Sc Pwr 9%
CanMarconl.04e 2% Northrop Alrc . 8%
Carr Con Bisc 1. 14% Pan Am Air war 2%
Catalln Am .40a 14% Pantepec Oil .64 9%
Cent Sc Sw Corp 10% pencroad Vie.. 6%
Cities Service.. 29% pep Boys Vie .. 7%
Claude Neon 2% Pharls T&R 80 10%
Colonial Mills 1 30)4 pioneer Gold 3M<
Colts Pat F Arm 32 pitney-Bow 00 12
ConsTextlle.60a 9% Pitt&L Erie3V4e 53%
Copr Range Vie 10% R-K-O opt war 3%
Crolt Brew 05e 1% Richmond Rad 5%
Crosley Motors 10% RyanConPet.lOe 10
Crown Cent Pet 5 st Lawrence Cp 11%
CrownDrug.lOg 4% gt. Regis Paper. 9%
CubAtlSuglVi 23 Salt Dome 011 8%
Dennison A 20g 11% Schulte DA ,20g 4%
El Bond&Sh&re. 13% Segal Lock ... 3%
Elliott Co . 22% Select Indust... 2%
Fairchild E & A 3 Solar Alrc .60.. 10%
Fedders Qu* .60 12% 8olar Mfg .00.. 8%
Frank Stores 1. 9% Sonotone - 3%
Gen Plywd ,80a 22% Std Pow Sc Lt— 2%
Goldfield Cons 1 Starrett Corp .. 6%
GrayManufact 12% SunRayDrug.80 45
Harv Brew ,20e. 3% SupTool&Die.20 3%
Hecla Min 1. .. 13 Textron Inc Vi*. 15%
Illinois Power.. 30% Tri-Conti w w . 2%
Jeannette Gls 2. 18 Unit Alrc Prod. 4%
Kalser-Frager 6% Utd Lt Sc Ry» 1 23%
King6tonPr.20 3 Utah-IdBug.l5« 4
Rates of dividends In the foregoing
table are annual disbursements based on
the last quarterly or semiannual de«la
ratlon. Unless otherwise noted- special
or extra dividends are not Included
a Also extra or extra*, b Plus stock divi
dend d Cash or stock e Paid last year,
f Payable In stock, e Declared or paid
so far this year, h Payable In Canadian
funds. k Accumulated dividends paid
or declared Ibis year. n New Issue,
ww With warrants xw Without warrant*
Chicago Crain
CHICAGO, April 7 (/Pi.—Buying entered
the corn pit on an Increased scale toward
the close of trading today and the yellow
cereal spurted for gains extending to
around 2 cents at times. Wheat and
oats, lower early, also developed late
The ^buying in corn was based on an
active demand, at higher prices, for cash
torn. The long-distance telephone strike
bad some Influence on cash markets with
no bookings or shipping sales reported to
either corn or oats. , . .
May wheat moved up several cents be
fore the close, imparting a firmer under
tone to deferred deliveries. Trading ex
panded on the upturn. Some buying of
May was attributed to lifting of hedges
igainst flour sales to. the Government.
Wheat closed %-4% higher, May, S2.53
2.53 V** corn was 114-2% higher. May.
Sl.78%-14. and oats, *4 to 1 cent higher.
May. 88.
WHEAT—Open. High Low Close..
May_ 2 47*4 2 53% 2 4514 2.43-53',4
luiy. . 2 21 2.22% 2 1814 2.22-22%
September 2 1314 2.17*4 2.12% 2.17-1714
December.. 2.1114 2.15 210% 2.14%
CORN—
May_
luly
September
December
GATE—
May.- .87% . .88
iuly .80*4 — — .8114-%
September .75*4 .76,% ■'6%-%
December .72 .73% .<3%
EARLEY—
May . _ _ ---- T50
IulvARD 28.50 26.50 20.25 26,25
September 25,70 25.70 25.00 25.25
Dctober -. 23.30
tovember 20.40 20.75 20.40 20.75
Chicago Caah Market.
Wheat—None. Corn—No. o mix*,
L.57%; No. 2 yellow, 1.85; No. 3, 1 81%
1.84; No. 4. 1.74-1.81; No. 5, 1.83%-1.74;
sample grade. 1.50*4-1.53%. Oats—-No, 1
leavy mixed. P5’4-%: No. 1 mixed. 94-95;
leavy white, 94*4-95%; No. 1 white,
>3%-95; No. 2 whit*. 93%-P4. Barley
Malting. 1.80-2.00 nominal; feed. 1.35
1.60. Field seed per hundredweight, nom
nal—Red clover, 43.00-47.00; sweet
ilover, 11.50-13.00; red top, 17.50-18.00;
imothy, 7.40-7.75._
Odd-Lot Dealings
PHILADELPHIA. April 7 OP).—The Se
curities and Exchange Commission re-;
mrted today these transactions by cus
omers with odd-lot dealers or specialists
in the New York Stock Exchange for;
ipril 3: 3.891 purchases involving 102.
!88 shares; 3.515 sales involving 01.086
hares, including 57 short sales Involving
;,295 shares. For April 5: 1,856 pur-!
chases involving 49.671 shares; 1.655!
ales Involving 42.135 shares, including,
13 short sales Involving 1,250 shares. j
Manchuria now has 20 textile
nills.
Richmond Livestock
1 wssms Raws
weights: too. 24.00 tor good and choice
i 180-240-pound barrows and gilts; 80-10<
a pounds. 17.00: 100-120 pounds. 18.00
’ 120-140 pounds. 20.60: 140-160 pounds
1 21.00: 100-ISO pounds. 23.00: 240-301
* pounds, 23.00; 300 pounds and up, 22.60
• good sows under • 360 pounds. 19.00
i .150-500 pound*. 18.50; over 500 pounds
, 18.00; god stags. 16.06.
, Cattle—Early receipts confined .mostli
to slaughter steers; these generally wel
1 cleared early at steady prices; bulk oi
> good grade ottennss. 20.00-22.00; odd
heed strictly good higher: receipts cowl
i extremely light market fuUy steady; can
, ner and cutter cows, 8.00-11.00. mpstto
: 9.00 up; tat dairy type. 12.00-14.00;
1 good beet cows, 15.00-16.00: sausage bulls,
mostly 14.00 down; good beet bulla, up to
1500: vealer market not fully estab
i lished. quotable around steady wltli Fri
day. practical top. 24.00: odd-head choice
higher.
i -
New York Cotton
NEW YORK, April 7 UP).—Cot too. fu
ture* declined almost S3 a bale in mod
erately active dealings today on recur
rent flurries of llouidatlon. but prices re
covered more than SI from the Iowa on
light mill buying and short covering.
Selling was inspired by evidence of In
creasing consumer resistance to high
prices and hither forecast of cotton plant
ings this year.
Current forecasts on acreage raised es
timates for the 1847 crop to around 11,
000 000 bales, compared with estimates of
10,000.000 a month ago.
Late afternoon prices were $1.25 to
$2.50 a bale lower than the previous
close. May. . 35.07; July, 33.20, and
October, 30.18.
Market Averages
STOCKS. 30 15 15 60
Indst. Rails. Ota. stks.
Net change_—.4 —.2 —.4 —4
Today noon_ 80 4 33.6 44.8 64.7
Prev. day_ 90.8 33.8 44.7 65.1
Week ago_ 91.1 34.0 44,7 65.3
Month ago—,_ 89.6 34.0 45.0 64.6
Year ago_107.4 46 - 54.2 78,5
1947 high_ 94.6 38.5 47.2 69.0
1947 10W_ 87.5 83.5 44.3 63.6
BONDS. 20 10 10 10 10 Low
Rails. Indst. Util. Fan. Yield.
Net change unc. unc. —. 1 unc. 4-.]
Today noon 94.6 103.9 105.2 75.8 116.3
Prev. day . . 94.6 103.9 105.3 75.8 116.2
Week ago _ 84.9 104.1 105.4 76.0 116.3
Month ago 95.1 103.6 104.4 75.8 116.2
Year ago .106.6 104.7 108.2 78.0 120.1
1947 high. 97.1 104.1 105.4 76.6 116.5
1947 low 94.6 103.3 104.0 74.6 115.3
(Compiled by the Associated Press.)
Revere Copper & Brass, Inc.,
elected James J. Russell president to
succeed C. Donald Dallas, who be
came board chairman and will re
main chief executive officer.
Steel Price Cut Talk
Continues Despite
Fairless Denial
By th» AaocMtod Prati
CLEVELAND. April 7.—Hie steel
'market was in a turmoil last week
by a report that United 8tates Steel
Corp. was considering a substantial
across-the-board reduction in base
prices, the magazine Steel repented
today.
A statement by Benjamin Bair
less, president of United States 8teel,
denying the report still did not en
tirely squelch toe rumors, the trade
journal said.
Hie break in the scrap market
still is under way with most mills
out of toe market. Hie adjustment
downward, however, is orderly.
Steel's estimated ingot rate held
at the record peacetime pace of
97 per cent of capacity last week
despite the coal mine shutdown.
Steel’s composite market average
eased to $35.67 from $87.60 on steel
making scrap while holding un
changed at $69.82 on finished steel
and $32.49 on steelmaking pig iron.
Federal Deposit Insurance Assets
have reached $1,058,000,000 and the
FDIC has proposed that It start
repaying toe Government subsidy
with which it started operations 1$
years ago.
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Condensed Statement of Condition as of March 31, 1947
IMCLUDIMO DOMESTIC AMD FOEEICM EEAMCHE1 EOT MOT IMCLUDIMO
THE AFFILIATED CITT SAME FAEMEES TEUET COMFAMT
/ (In dollars only—cants emitted)
accetc IIARIITTIEC
Cash and Due from Banks and
Bankers! . . . .•.$1,255,170,219
United States Government Obligations
(Direct or Fully Guaranteed) . . . 2,127,347,620
Obligations ofOther Federal Agencies. 28,904,830
State and Municipal Securities. . • 199,859,550
Other Securities.. • 101,058,083
Loans, Discounts, and Bankers’
Acceptances 1,093,559,848
Real Estate Loans and Securities . . 3,137,041
Customers’ Liability for Acceptances. 17,538,998
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank . . 6^00,000
Ownership of International Banking
Corporation 7,000,000
Bank Premises •••••■ a^a 29,094,212
Other Assets .•••••>•• 4,167,290
Total. . .. $4,873,737,691
r
Deposits.$4,544,599,922
(Includes United States War
Loan Deposit $79,954,394)
Liability on Acceptances
and Bills .... $26,794,141
Less: Own Acceptances
in Portfolio. . . 6,081,529 20,713,319
Items in Transit with Branches . . 3,303,569
Reserves for:
Unearned Discount and Other
Unearned Income . . . , . 4,438,100
Interest, Taxes, Other Accrued
Expenses, etc.. . 34,434,023
Dividend . . . . 2*325,000
Capital. .....$ 77,500,000
Surplus. . . . . . 152,500,000
Undivided Profits . . 33,923,758 263,923,750 -
TtnU ..$4,873,737,691
Figures of Forerun Branches are Included as of March 25, 1947, except those of
the Dairen Branch vhich are prior ts the outbreak of the War. but less reserves.
$340412,637 of United States Government Obligation! and (2.561.793 of other assets are deposited
ts secure (2(7454,445 of Public and Trust Deposits and far other purposes requited or permitted by lav.
Jfnsio Federal Dtpttil Insurance Ctr per alma
Chairman of the Board Vice-Chairman of the Board President
Go*.DON S. ReNTSCHL** W. RANDOLPH BukCES* Wl*. Gage BkADT, J%,
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