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Board Rooms Shift
With Stock Exchangè
To Earlier Hours
By Edward C. Stone
New York Stock Exchange offices
In this city went on daylight time
today, quotations on the translux
starting at 9 a.m„ Washington time.
The exchange will close dally at 2
p.m , except on Saturdays when
trading ends at 11.
Should Washington adopt daylighl
time as a result of Congressional
action, the boardrooms here wi!
automatically go back to the 10 t<
3 schedule'.
Many regular customers missec
the early opening. Trading wai
light at the start. Otherwise th<
shift was made without incident
Several offices here moved theii
clocks forward to daylight savinf
time as they did last summer.
Brokers are enthusiastic over th
change as they like to get out earlie
in the afternoon. The New Yorl
Curb and many other national ex
changes also adopted their earlie
time today. There is a lot of inter
est in the Washington offices in a]
these markets.
The Washington Stock Exchang
remains on standard time, meetini
daily at 11:15.
C. & P. Telephones at Peak.
Officials of the Chesapeake & Po
tomac Telephone Co. reported to
day that stations in service at th
end of March set another all-tim
peak.
Phones in use at the end of th
month numbered 394.126 agains
366,649 in "March a year ago, a shar]
increase of 27,477. In the precedini
month this year there were 390,
847 telephones in service.
Officials also announced tha
average daily calls were substan
tially higher than in the same montl
last vear, 1,924,539 comparing witl
1,765,497.
Bank Women End Meeting.
Visiting members of the Associa
tion of Bank Women were tendere<
a breakfast at Collingwood Inn yes
Group and then taken to Gunstoi
Hall. This officially concluded thi
three-day regional conference.
At Saturday night's dinner at th<
Mayflower, which was addressed b;
Senator Sal tons tall, S. William Mil
ler represented the District Banker:
Association: Wilmer J. Waller, th<
Washington Clearing House; anc
Kenneth O. Hulse, Washingtor
Chapter, American Institute ol
Banking.
New Officers to Be Honored.
Wilfred H. Blanz and Edward L
McAleer, who were given official
honors at the Miami conference ol
the United Staes Savings and Loan
Association, will be special guests at
tomorrow's luncheon of the District
Building and Loan League at the
Mayflower. Mr. Blanz was elected
regional vice president and Mr.
McAleer a director.
The Washington office has been
notified of the election of Edmund
Fitzgerald as president of the North
western Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
to succeed the late M. J. Cleary. He
has been vice president and trustee
and has carried executive duties for
14 years.
Leo H. Paulger, special adviser to
the governors of the Federal Reserve
Board, recently retired after being
on the staff since 1932. He is widely
known among District financiers
and made a fiiffe record with the
Reserve Board.
I Business Briefs
Steel Mill Operations for the cur
rent week were scheduled at 96.4%
of capacity, indicating production ol
1,686,900 net tons—American Iron &
Steel Institute. Figures last week
were 95% and 1,662,400 tons; a
month ago, 95.4% and 1,669.400; a
year ago, 67.7% and 1,193,100.. This
week's rate was the second highest
this year.
Steel Scrap Price at Pittsburgh
was lowered to $30 a ton for a large
tonnage of "distress" metal. The
rest of the market held generally at
$32 50 after last week's drop from
$38.
Barnsriall Oil Co. declared an
extra dividend of 15 cents and a
regular quarterly of 25 cents, both
payable June 7.
Vogrt Mfg. Corp. declared a divi
dend of 20 cents a share, payable
June 2. Previous quarterly pay
menu were 15 cents.
Erie Railroad was authorized by
the ICC to issue $5,440,000 of equip
ment trust certificates.
Safeway Stores, Inc., sales in four
weeks ended April 19 totaled $84,
089.184, a jump of 37.4% from a year
ago; in 16 weeks ended the same
date, $324,140,714, a rise of 33.8%.
Gulf Oil Corp. earned $58,284,830
or $6.42 a share in 1946 vs. $45,213,
640 or $4.98 in the previous year.
Operating revenues of $562,241,107
were 11.4% above 1945.
Continental Can Co. and subsid
iaries reported net income of $6,995.
477 or $2.22 in 12 months ended
March 31 vs. $3,421,161 or $1.20 in
the preceding fiscal period.
Pennsylvania Railroad earned $1,
317,456 in the March quarter vs.
$5,779,358 a year ago. Passenger
revenues totaled $38,772,113 vs. $57,
853.925; freight revenues. $155,362,
287 Vfe. $124,842,383.
Chicago. Burlington & Quincy
Railroad net for the March quarter
was $8,957,583 or $5.24 vs. $8,478,052
or $4.96 in the same 1946 period.
Illinois Central Railroad System
earned $4,528,479 or $3.13 in the
March quarter vs. $1,318,019 or 76
rortic ο vpor α ση
Southern Railway net income for
the March quarter was $2,911,158 or
$1.66 vs. $2,841,294 or $1.61 in the
same 1946 period.
Industrial Rayoa Corp. earned
$2,579,353 or $1.70 in the first quarter
vs. $1,752,847 or $1.15.
Eversharp, Inc., profit for 12
months ended February 28 was $4.
251.000 or $4.55 vs. $1,805,445 or $1.89
in the previous year.
Walgreen Co. earned $2,185,326
or $1.59 in six months ended March
31 vs. $2,070,588 or $1.50 a year
earlier.
Chicago. Milwaukee. St. Paul &
Pacific Railroad net for the March
quarter was $2,327,393 vs. $1,266,521
Certain-Teed Products Corp. net
for the March quarter was $1,407,
673 or 86 cents vs. $741,999 or 45
cents in the same 1946 period.
Sunray Oil Corp. profit for the
March quarter was $2,066,464 or 38
rents vs. 5448,283 or 13 cents in the
^me 1946 period.
Xllis-Chalmers Mfg. Co. reported a
loss of $2,1.61.864 for the March
quarter vs. a deficit of $2,250,956 a
year ago.
Rendix Aviation Corp. earned $1,
3S5.212 or 65 cents in three months
«" led December 31 vs. a deficit of
5: 022,416 a year earlier.
Federal Mogul Corp. net for the
first 1947 quarter was $718,808 or
$2.57 vs. $274,463 or 98 cents in the
same 1946 period.
Mead Corp. earned $1,254,729 oi
*1.61 in 12 weeks ended March 23
.vs. $574,490 or 68 cents a year ago,
Ν. Υ. STOCK EXCHANGE
(Fernidie* b? the Amdiltl hw.)
New York Market· on OtrUlkt Serine Time
Stock and Biïr Net
Dlrldend Rate. 00. Hlcb. Low. Clos·. chge
ABBOTT LAB2» 15 72 71% 72 - V*
Λ C P-Brttl Mot. 2 «Μ 8% 8% + %
Acme Steel %* 4 47 «βΜι 4βν«
Adam» r*o .80» 2 14% 14V4 14% + H
Addressoch .85* 1 31% 31% 31%+%
AdmlralCorp'/.* 1 8% 8% 8%
Air Reduction 1 17 32% 32% 32%+ %
Alaska Juneau . 9 4% 4 4% + %
Aldens InclVia. 1 23 23 23 -%
Alleghany CorΡ 10 3% 3% 3%
Alleghany Cp of S 32% 31% 31% + %
AUet Ludm .40* β 37% 3β 36 -1
Αι Chm & Dye β 1 172 172 172 -1
Allied Kid la... 1 1β% 18% 18% - %
Allied Mills 2e- 3 30% 30'/4 30»/« - M
Allied Stores 3.. 8 32'/. 31% 31%- M
Allied Storpf 4_ 3 102% 102% 102%
Aille Chalm 1 60 β 33% 32% 32% - M
AlphaPCem',i* 1 23% 25% 25%- *Λ
Amerada Pet 2.. 1 77 77 77 +1M
Am Airlines .. 47 10% 10% 10% - M
Am Alrl pf 3% 4 76 75% 75%
Am Bank Ν ,80c 1 25% 25% 25% - M
tAm Bnk Ν pf 3 20 74Vs 74% 74Vi +2
Am Bosch-, .. 1 11% 11% 11%-1
AmBrkShoe %*. 4 4C 40 40
Am Cable k Rad 4 5 5 5
Am Can 3 1 90% 90% «0%
• tAm Can pf 7... 40 189% 187 188% +1V.
Am Car&Pdy 3e. 3 4k 43% 43%- U
Am Car&F pf 7. 1 101% 101% 101% -IV!
Am Ch&Cbl 1.40 2 22% 22V4 22% + M
. tAm Chicle 4a 110 143 139 13» -1
1 Am Cryit S. 60* 1 21 21 21 — V.
Am Distillers 2a 1 29% 29% 29%
: Am Ezpt L 1.20. β 19 18% 18% + V
. Am & rrn Pwr 3 4 >/4 41/4
. AmAcFP 7pf3f/4k 2 102% 102 102%+2V(
• Am 4 Ρ Ρ 2d pf _ 23 19% 18% 19%+ V
• Am Hawaii 8 3 1 39% 39% 39%+
I Am HldeALeath 12 7% 7 7 - M
Am Home 1.20a 19 25'/» 24% 25%+%
Am InTstm .60. 2 13 13 13 - VI
Î Am Locoml.40a 10 22% 22 22 - V
, Am Mch&Fd .80 3 21% 21 21 - V
' »Am.M*F Pf3.90 70 97 97 97
Am Metal 1 3 30 30 30 + M
Am Molasses .60 1 11% 11% 11% + V
. Am Power & Lt. 24 12% 11% 11%- V
Am P&L$6of 3k 2 115% 115 115
■ AmP&L$5pf2Vik 2 104 104 104 + V
! AmRadlator 40g 35 14% 14 14% 4· V
, Am Roll Mill %« 35 29% 29% 29»* - Ψ
' tAm RM pf 414. «0 105% 105 105%
Am Safe Raz la 1 12% 12% 12% + M
! tAmShlpBlde 1* 50 371/4 37% 37>/4 - Ά
■ Am Smelt&R 2a 7 53% 52% 52%
2* '-ν. 'ï *35% *35'A *35% - U
Am Stl Pound 2. 7 30'/» 29% 29 /i VI
Am Bug Ret ZVit 2 41% 41 41
Am Tel * Tel #_ 33 165% 164* 165% + W
Am Tobacco 3». 2 «5 64% 64% + [Λ
Am Tobae Β 3»_ 43 65% «4% «4% + M
Am Viscose 2 ... 16 4β 47 47% + M
Am Water W*s 19 15 14% 15 + Λ
Am Woolen l'/i« 17 33% 33% 32%- *
Am Wool pf 7... ι 95% «5% 95% + Vi
AmZLiS 10». « 7% 7% ]"■*
Anacon Cod %*. 52 35% 35% 35 Λ - Λ
tAnchor Hit pf4 50 110 110 110
Ander-Prich*0 1 « 15% 15% 15% + |/i
pfc 4 il» g* & Ξ g
: *Amitni»Vf3% 70 105 104% 105
! Arnold Const',ia 1 15% 15% 15% - Vi
I Assd Dry 01.60 « « 15% 15% %
! tAsso DO 1st β. 30 125 125 125 -2VS
Atch Τ & 8 Ρ 6 5 80% 79% 79%
i Atl Coast Line 4 2 49% 49% 49% + %
I Atl GiW Ind 3e 2 28% 28% 281/4 - %
! Atl Refining 1Ά « 33% 33% 33% + A
ι tAtl Reflng Pf 4 20 109% 109% 109% - A
tAtl Ref pfB3% 60 99% 99'M 99%
Atlas Corp 1.60- 1 22% 22% 22Λ
tAtlas Powd '£g 1 58% 58 58% + %
Autocar*Vi»"1* . 2 2^ 23%= %
Auto Canteen ί. 3 19% 19% 1·»% + %
Avco Mfg .10g . 23 5% 5% 5% %
Avco Mfg Pf 2Î4 1 42% 42% 42%+ %
Β AI X) LOC l'/ie 17 19% 19% 19% + %
Bait* Ohio - 30 11% 10% 1°%~ %
Balto Si Ohio Pf 13 16% 16
Bangor&Aroatk 1 12% 12% 12 A + A
tBang & Ar pf 5 70 63 63 63 _ 2
Barber Asnh Vs* 2 51% 51% 51 /a + A
! Barker Br *'»e - 2 20 20 20
! Barnsdall Oil 1- 5 23% 23% 23 ^ A
BayukClsars la 1 19% 19% 19% A
BeatrlceFood 2a 2 43 43 43 A
τ Beat Fds pf3^«. 20 107 106 107 +2%
Beech Aircraft . 4 7% 7% 7%
Beech-Nut Pack 3 33% 33% 33% - %
Bell Aircraft - 1 14% 14% 14%- %
Bell St Howell % 1 19 19 19 + %
Bendlx Avlat 2 5 31% 31 31% + %
Beneficial 1.20a 1 24% 24% 24%+%
Best Foods 1.20 22 22% 22 22%+ %
Beth Steel 6 16 85% 84% 84% - %
Beth 8teel pf 7. 1 145 145 145 +1
BUelow-San 1». 1 51% 51% 51%-1%
! Black & Deck 2. 1 29% 29% 29%+ %
i Blaw-Knox .20» 4 15% 15% 15% + %
! Bliss Ε W V2g 12 22 21 21
j Boeing Air lg-_ 5 17% 17% 17% — %
Bohn Alum 3g . 4 45% 43% 43% 1A
tBon Ami Β 2'/ί. 30 58 58 58
Bond Stores 2 5 27% 27% 27%
Borden Co .60g. 9 40% 40% 40%+ %
Borg-Warner 2 - 23 41% 40% 40%
Bower Roll Β 2- 2 33 33 33
Braniff Air * 10% 10% 10%-%
Brdï Brass .40*. 1 16% 16% 16%
Brlggs Manuft 2 10 33% 33 33% + %
Brlggs & Stra 1- 1 26 26 26 — %
1 41 41 41 - %
8 20 19% 19% + %
2 23% 23% 23%
tBucyrua pi 7-_ 10 122% 122% 122%
BuddCo.. 27 11 10% 10%
tBudd Co Pf 5 _ 30 81% 81 81
BulovaWatch 2a 3 28 27% 27%
Burling Mills 1» 22 13 16** 16%
Τ Burling M pf 4 40 9» 98% 98%
Burr Ad Μ .βΟ . 6 14 13% 14
Bush Term .36* 1 7% 7% 7%
Butler Bros M>g τ 4 14% 14% 14'*
tButlerBropf4V4*250 102%102 102
Butte C & Ζ ... 4 4% 4 4
Byers A M '/«g.. 3 16% 16 16%
CAL PACK l'/i. X 2 24% 24% 24%
! Callahan Zinc . 7 2% 2 % 2%
Calumet&H.lOg 7 6% 6?* 6%
CanDryOA .30» 13 13% 13% 13%
tCan Dry pf 4 Vi 90 119 119 119
Can Pacific *4f 38 11% 11% 11%
tCaro C & Ο 5 . 30 117 117 117
CaroPw&Ltlg 2 33% 33 33
1 14% 14% 14%
2 54% 54 54
16 18% 18% 18%
20 156 155 155
1 106% 106% 106%
6 24% 24% 24%
1
3
2
2
1
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Carrier Corp
Caterplllr Tr 3.
Celanese V«c
tCelanese nf 7
Celanese 1st 43,»
Celotei Corp 1
CentAgulrre IVi
Cent Foundry .
Cen Η ΟΛΕ 2«g
CenVlol Su 2Mie
Cent Rib M ,60a
Cerro de Pas 2
Certain-!^ ,30g. 11 15
Champ Ρ 4P la 1 21
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20% 20% 20%
9% 9% 9%
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27% 27 27
11% 11% 11%
32 31% 32
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21 21
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tChamp Ρ pf4'A 20 110 109% 109% -1
1 12% 12% 12%- %
+ %
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Checker c»b
Che» & Ohio 3a 18 44% 44% 44%
I ChlcagoCorp V,t 22 7% 7% 7%
1 Chi * Ε 111 A
! Chi Great West
i Chi Qrt West pf
Chi Ind&L A ct.
i Chi Ind&L Β ct.
! Chi M SPAPsc
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CMSP&PpfTMig 20 33% 33% 33%
! Chi & NW le 3 18% 18% 18% ·
" " 1 43 43 43
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Chi Pneu T1 '/it.
Chi Yello Cab 1.
Chllds Co '
Chrysler Corp 3 15 92
Cln ΟΛΕ ,70g .
Cln Mill M 1.40
C I Τ Finance 2
City Store» 1.20
13% 13% 13% ·
5% 5% 5% ■
90% 90% -
25% 25% ·
23% 23% 23% ■
39% 39 39 -
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4 35% 35% 35%
1 41% 41% 41%
2 150 149% 150
63 63
40% 40%
; ClimaxMol 1.20
; Clinton Ind 2 40
ClU Peabody Vig
Coca Cola 3a .
i tCoca-Cola A 3 100 63
Colgate-P-P 2a_ 18 41
Col Fuel&Ir 60. 10 14% 14>4 14%
Colum BrAHg. 5 25 24% 25
Colum Br Β Vig. 1 24% 24% 24%
I ColOas&Xlec.eO 27 10% 10% 10%
ColCarbon 1.60· 1 32% 32% 32%
j Col&SOhE 1 -4fte 5 40 39Ϊ* 39%
Comcl Credit 2. 1 39 39 39
tComl Cr pf3.60100 106% 106% 106»*
ComlSolvents 1· 5 22% 22% 22%
Com wlthEd 1.40 13 29% 29% 29%
Comwl 4 South. 63 3 2% 2%
IComftSoupffik 5 119% 117% 117%
Congoleum-N la 1 25% 25% 25%
Con» Copr .20e„ 9 5% 5% 5%
Cons Edis 1.60. 12 26% 26% 26%
Cons Edls pffi . 4 106% 106% 106%
2 12% 12 12
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I Cons Laundry 1
1 Cons Nat Gas 2 .
. ConsRRCuba Pf
: Cons Vultee >ig
: Consum Pwr Hg
Container lg.
Cont Baking 1..
Cont Can 1 11 38% 38
Cont Can pf 3% 1 106 106
43% 42% 42%
20% 20% 20%
15% 15% 15%
35% 35% 35%
39 38% 38%
15% 15 15%
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Cont Insurac 2. 2
Cent Motors _ 17
Cont Oil Del Vif 10
Cooper-Bess 1
♦Coopr-Bes pf 3 20
♦ CornKxch 2.80 120
Cora Prod 1*4» - 6
'Corn Prod pi ?. 20
tCornin* pf 3V4 10
Ooty Inc .40e__. 2
Coty Intl ,20e 5
Crane Co 1.60 __ 4
. Crm of Wh 1.60 4
CrownCork 80i 1
CrownCk $2pf2_ 1
Crown Zel .90s 13
tCnrnZeller pf4 110
Crucible Steel 3
Crucible Stl pf 5 3
tCuba R R pf 80
Cub-Am Sui Hi 4
Cudahy Ρ 1.20» 3
Curtla Publish 4
Curt-Wrleht '.ie 15
Curt-WriahtA 2 1
Cutler-Hm .30* 6
DANA CORP 1.. 5
DaveiaStrsla 2
Daytn P&L 45i 4
DaytonRub .60* 1
Decca Rec 1 β
Deere Λ Co V««_ S
i Deere pf 1.40. - 1
Del & Hudson 4 3
Del Lack & Wn β
Dn&RGW ct wi 18
DftRGWpfctwl 15
Det Edis 1.20b.. »
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Devoe&RA1.20a 1
DtaMtch pi 1 Via. 1
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37V* 37V* 37·/4 + V4
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188 188 188 +l'/i
102 Vi 1021/4 102V4
6*4 6% 6*4+ V4
3V* 3U 3V* + V4
32 31* 31V* - V4
26 25V4 25V4-1V4
36i/i 36Mi 361/4 - V4
50 50 50
26 26 26 - %
110 110 110 - V4
28V* 28 28 - V*
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25V* 25Vi 25V4
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22V4 21 21 —IV*
23V* 21 21 —2V*
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36V* 36*4 36V* + V4
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12V4 12 12 - V*
34V* 33V4 33V* — V*
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Dividend Bate. 00. High. lev. Clou, ehte
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Do»h]er-J»rvi 1 12 » 32% 33 +1%
Com· Mine .52». 1 17% 17% in* + %
DouglatAir 7 Vie 1 62 62 «2
flow Chemical « 1199 199 199 + %
DreiaarInduit.. 1 16% 16% 16%
Dreiaerlpf 3V«. 1 17 »7 97 + V4
Do Pont A*N 2( 7 180 177% 177% -2
Du Pont nf 4Wi. 1 127% 127% 127% + %
DWG Cle-r 41c 2 16H 16% 16%
EAGLE PIC 1.20 6 22% 22% 22%- Η
Eastern AirL V4 7 22% 22% 22% + %
eco Prod 1.20- β 20% 20 20% + %
Elastic Stop Nut 4 6% 6% 6%
Elee Auto-Lite 3 3 93% 92% 92%+ %
El Boat 1· „ 9 12% 12% 12% - %
Elec Boat pf 2 1 34% 34% 34%
BAMusle.09* 8 3% 3% 3%
El Power * Lt 20 14% 13% 13%- %
KlP&LtS7pf3ttk 1 199% 199% 199%
ElPwftLtMpfSk. 1 1421/4 142% 142% - %
ElStOrBat %*- 2 90 90 90 + %
Elgin NatW.90· 2 19% 19% 19%+ %
Επ,ΓβηΕΙ M .20» 3 12% 12 12 + %
tEnd-John pi 4. 10 104 104 104 -1
Eng Pub 8»c 17 27% 27% 27%
tEng Pub S pf 5 70 103 102% 1M + %
tEng Ρ S pf 6V4- 20 107% 107% 107% + %
Equit Office Β ·_ 87 3% 3% 3%+%
Erie R R1 12 9% 9% 9%
Erie RR pf A 6.. 3 91% 51% 91%+ %
Eureka Will 9 9% 9% 9% - %
Evans Prod V4 5 21% 21% 21%-%
Evershrp 1.20a. 43 16 15% 15%-%
Ex-Cell-Q 2.60 6 39% 35 35%
FRBNKSMOR2 3 48 48 48 +1
Falardo Sug1. _ 5 28% 28% 28% - %
Parns Tel&Rad. 8 6% 6 6
Fed Lt & Trec_„ 1 22 22 22 + %
Fed Mogul %ig._ 2 45% 44% 45%+ %
1 Pederat D8t 1% 2 20 19% 19%+%
1 { ♦Fed D 8 pf 474 10 1041/4 104% 104%
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FlrestTlre2g . « 50 49* 49%- *
Firestone pMtt 2 106% 106% 106% + %
Firth Carpet 1». 2 17% 17V* 17% - *
Flintkote V<* 5 2β% 27% 27% - '<4
Florid* Pow 1__ 4 19% 151/4 15*
Follans 8tl V«f_ 7 19* 18% 19 + *
Food Fair 8t 40 8 11* 11 11%
FosterWheel Vit 10 23% 23* 23% + %
Francisco Sugar 1 18% 18% 18*+ *
Freeport 8ul2Î4. 5 41* 40% 40% -1%
Fruebauf Tra 1 - β 28% 28 28
♦Fruehauf Τ pf4 20 100% 100% 100% + %
GABRIEL V«g_. 2 12% 12% 12% + %
Galr Robert ... 16 6% 6% 6%- %
Qalvlo Mfg .30- 6 10 9% 97k - %
Oard Denrer 1_. 1 17* 17% 17% - %
Gar Wood Ind . 6 6% 6% 6%
OarWood pf 2Y« 1 34% 34% 34% -1
; OaTlordCont la 3 15% 15% 15%+%
! GenAmInvl.48e 3 13% 13% 13* - %
IGen AmTrSVi.. 1 49% 49% 4#%
: Gen Baleine .60. 2 10% 10% 10%
i Gen Cable 6 10% 10% 10% - %
: tGenCable lof 4 30 71 71 71 -1
i Gen Cable pf 2.. 1 42% 42% 42%+%
Gen Clgsr la.. 1 26 26 26 -%
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Stock Market Turw
Irregularly Lower
In Late Dealings
By Victor Eubank
Auociatod Ρ mi Financial Writer
NEW YORK, April 28.—The stock
market today crawled through one
of the slowest sessions of the past
year with scattered leaders adding
small fractions while many issues
edged into losing territory.
Animation was lacking from the
start. The ticker tape frequently
halted for a minute or so. Minor
advances predominated going into
the fourth hour, but timid offerings
subsequently trimmed or erased plus
marks. The direction was irregu
larly lower at the close. Transfers
dwindled to around 600,000 shares.
American Telephone was up at
165'/e on revived hopes of a break in
the strike. Ahead moderately were
Goodrich, Consolidated - Edison,
Southern Pacific, Chesapeake &
Ohio, Standard Oil of California,
Woolworth, International Nickel,
American Tobacco "B," Best Foods
and Kennecott.
Washington Stock Exchange
SALES.
Potomac Elec 5V4% Did—δ at 110.
Capital Transit l>t ref 4s—1.000 at 105*4.
Capital Traction let 5»—600 at 10Ô.
Peoples Dru* Stores common—βΟ at 48H.
PUBLIC UTILITIES.
BONDS.
Bid. Asked.
Am Τ & Τ cv deb 3e 1958 124
Am Τ & Τ cv deb 23/»s 1901 113»/« 114%
Cap Traction 1st 6s 1947 100
Cap Transit 1st ref Is 1884 105
City & Suburban 5s 1848 109
Georgetown Oas lit 5s 1981 125*4
Pot Elec Pow 3V„S 1988 105
Pot Elec Pow 3V4« 1877 — 110
Washington Oas 5s 1980 . 128
Ter Rf<S:W CP 1st 4'/«s 1948 101*4 102*4
QTnnrH
Amer Tel & Tel (9) - 185 - _
Capital Transit (2.00) 24 25
Ν ft W Steamboat (t4i. 180 210
Pot Elec Power 8% pf (6) 109·* 111
Pot El Pow 5*4-& Pfd (5-δΟ) 10»*s 110V»
Wash Oas Lt com (1.50) *22 24
Wash Gas Lt com pi (4.25)*102*4 104
Wash G Lt cu cv pi (4.50) *104*4 107
Wash Ry & El com (afl.OO) 810
Wash Ry & El pfd (5) 120 123
BANK AND TROST COMPANIES.
Amer Sec & Tr Co (10)._ 290 320
Bank of Bethesda (tl.OO)- 45
Capital (.80) ... 31
Com & Savings (new) (10)- 382'.4 400
Liberty (t7) 300
Lincoln (*5) 310
Nat'l Sav Tr (8.00). ... -*380
Prince Georges Β & Tr (tl) 25*4 ----
Rlenrs (12) .. 330 380
Union Trust (t3) 40
Washington (8) — 180 190
Wash Loan & Tr (12) *290 _ 345
FIRE AND TITLE INSURANCE.
American (t8) *150
Columbia (t.30) 12*4
Kiremen's (1.40) - 32
National Union (.75) 14
Real Estate (t8) ...... 185
MISCELLANEOUS.
Carpel Corp (2.00) ._ 40
Garflnckel com (new) <1.50' 1814 17'A
Garfl ft'j,". cu cv pf (1.3751 26>A 28*4
Garfi 4*4* cu cv pf (1.125) 22 23'/»
Hecht Co (1.80) _ .. ___ ·24*'« 28
Hecht 3J/« cu Pfd (3.75) *100 104
Lanston Mono (1.00) 13*4
Mergenthaler Lino (a.75) ~ 43 47
Natl Mtge & Inv pfd ιμ.40) 8*4 ..
Peoples Drug St com (tl.80) 48*4 60
Security Storage (t5) 106
Ter Ref & Wh Corp (3) - 57
Wdwd & Loth com (»2.00) 49*4 52
Wdwd & Loth pfd (7) 125
•Ex dividend, b Books closed. TPlUi extra
or extras, a Paid so far this year, ρ Paid
1948
Chicago Livestock
CHICAGO. April m (USDAV—Sal
able hogs. 7,000. Total. 8,000; market
opened «low with few sales steady to 25
cents lower than Friday but later trade
and general market fairly active and
steady with Friday's average: top, 23.50,
sparingly: bulk good and choice, 180-250
pound. 22.50-23.25; good and choice,
2β0-280 pound, 21.25-22.50; aood and
choice. 290-350 pounds. 19.50-21.00;
sows about steady; aood and choice. 17.25
17.75. mostly 17.50.
Salable cattle. 19,000; total. 20.000;
salable calves, 1,500; total, 1,500; slows;
slaughter steers, yearlings and heifers
generally 25 cents lower; cows and bulls
steady but upper kinds weak; vealers
strong to 50 cent* higher: stock cattle
very scarce, steady; good grade fed
steers and yearlings predominated: bulk
medium and good offerings, 20.0(T-24.60:
few loads, good to choice. 24.75-25.75;
two loads choice heavy beeve* held above
26.50; most medium and aood heifers,
17.50-23.00; load choice heifers, 24.00:
bulk beef cows. 13.50-16.00; canners and
cutters, 10.50-13.00; good weighty sau
sage and fat beef bulls reached 17.00;
good and choice vealers. 22.00-24.00.
Salable sheep, 5.000; total. 5,500:
slaughter lambs active; early sales 25-35
cents higher; load good and choice fed
wooled lambs, 22.86: several loads held
higher: two loads mostly good to choice
around 120-pound woolsklns. 21.00; two
doubles medium and good carrying con
siderable mud. 19.00; three doubles, good
and choice, 91-pound fed clipped lambs
with No. 1 and No. 2 pelts. 20.50: other
classes scarce; good and choice wooled
slaughter ewes ouotable, 10.00-10.50.
New York Cotton
η.5Ϊ?..υο1«· 4prU 28 (IP).—Cotton fu-'
turcs turned weak in active trading today;
following early steadiness.
Commission house and New Orleans i
selling was influenced by easiness in out
side markets and more extensive prie·!
reductions in other fields which it was!
felt might affect textiles
Some traders also anticipated a decline
in the mid-April cotton parity.
Futures closed $3 05 to ?3 45 a bale
lower than the previous close.
Open. High Low Lest.
May 36.37 36.40 35.40 35.67
July .. 34.22 34.36 33.20 33.51-53
October 30 24 30.25 29.30 29.48
December 29 32 29.32 38.30 28.56
March 28.66 28.66 27.85 27 90
27_Z? „27a2r 27.50 27.50n
Middling spot. 36.06n.
η Nominal, h Bld. a Asked.
Β idee—
8tockand Aid Set
Dividend Rite. 00. High. Low. Clos·. ch»e.
U S Gypsum 2-. 5 96% 96 96 - %
0 8 Hoffman 2e. 1 22V4 22% 22% - %
U8 Indus Ch 1»- 2 47 46% 47 + %
08 Leather 3 7 7 7
US Leather A 2_ 1 30% 30% 30*4 - Ά
D 8 Line» 2 _ 10 20** 20% 20% - %
σ S Plywood .80 18 27% 26% 27% + %
tUS Plywd pf3V« 10 101% 101% 101% + %
Π 8 Rubber 2t 8 48>/i 48 48 — %
USSR&MlMii 4 42% 42% 42«/4
Ο 8 8teel 4 .— 53 69% 68% 68%- %
D8 Steel Df 7— 7 1441/4 144 144 — %
USTobacl.20. 4 20 20 20
Cn»t Stkyds V,e 1 5% 5% 5%
Utd 8tore» pf β. β 103 104% 104% +1%
Otd8tr»2pi __ 9 9Vt 9 9
Dt Wall Pap V«e 8 8% 8% 8% - %
Unlv Lab 10 3% 5% 5% - %
Unlv Picture» 2 1 22% 22% 22% + %
tUnlv Pic pf 4 V« 10 82 82 82 +1
VAN NORM Vit. 1 16% 16 16 + %
Vanadium Corp 2 17 16% 16%
Vert-Cam Sue 2 4 16% 13% 16% + %
VlctorChW ,40k 1 41% 41% 41% - %
tVlctorCh pf3Vi 10 104% 104% 104% + %
Va CarollnChem 1 6% 6% 6%
tVa E&P $5pf5 30 120 120 120 + %
tVa IronC&C pf 30 92 92 92
VlaklnfCrp Ι.βΟ 1 33% 33% 33%
WABASH Pf 41/4 1 39% 39% 39%
Waltreen l.eo .. 2 30% 30% 30%
Walker HI 1.20. 8 19% 19 19
WalworthCo %· 10 10% 10 10 - V#
Ward Bak .15». 1 13% 13% 13%
Warner Bro 1V4 29 14% 14 14%-%
Warren Pet .80. 3 37% 37 37%+ %
Wash Oa»Lt 1% 1 22% 22% 22%- %
Waukesha 1 1 19% 19% 19%- %
Wayne Pump 2. 2 32% 32% 32%- %
WebierTobac.- 13 7% 7% 7%
Wesson O&S la. 6 40 38% 39
♦WeMon Oil Sf4 30 86 86 86 - %
West Ind 8ui la 9 28% 28% 28%- %
tWs Penn II A 1 10 113 113 113 - %
tWs PennEl pf7 40 116 115% 116
♦ We PennEl pfe 50 109 107% 107% -2
tw PMP* nMU JO lllli 1U 111U1 u.
WVa PulpAP 1» 1 37 37*4 37
twvap&p pf4Vj ίο xia 112 na -1
WestAutoSup 3. 1 49 49 49
Western Md a 5% 5V4 5Ά
West Paciflc S_. 1 34 34 34
West Pac pf 5— 3 86% 85% 86% + %
West ση Tel Α.. β 18% 18% 18%
Wstng Vr Br la 4 29% 29% 29'Λ + %
Westlnc Elec 1. 28 24% 24% 24%- M
'Wstille El cf3m60 99% 99 Ά 99% + %
WstngElpfB3.80 1 105% 103% 105% - %
Westvaco 1.40 . S 39 30% 38%
tWestraCpf3% 20 100% 100 100% + H
Wheel Steel If _ 3 37 36% 36% + V»
White Motor la. a 23 22% 23 + %
Wlllys-Overland 13 M 9 9
Wilson * Co 80. β 11)4 11% 11% - %
Wllaonpf 4%__. 1 96% 9644 96% + H
Wllson-Jnes %r a 17% 17% 17% + %
Woodward Ir 4. 1 50 50 50
Woolworth Sa _ 7 44% 44% 44% + %
WrthngPAMlb 3 53 5a% 52% ,
tWPMcvprpf4>4 10 92 91 91
tWrleht Aero.6e 20 71 71 71 +2%
Wrigley W Jr3. 1 66% 66% 66%+ %
Wyand Wor 40a 1 10% 10% 10% + %
YORK CP .30 t 2 12% 12% 12%+ %
YorkCorp pf 2V« 1 45% 45% 45% - %
ïungSheet&T 4 10 62% 60% 60% -1
Young» Stl Dr 1 1 16% 16% 16% - %
ZENITH RA 1 g 5 17% 17% 17%
ZoalteProd 15* 1 7% 7% 7%
HeurlT Baie· on the Exchange Todaj:
11:00 a.m.. 110 000 12:00 noon 210 000
1:00 B.m.. 340 000 2:U0p.m. 420 000
Approximate Total 590 000
tunlt of trading. 10 sharea. *ln bank
ruptcy or receivership, or be lus reorganized
under the Bankruptcy Act. or securities
sAaumed by such companies. Rates of
ilvldeads In the foregoing table are annual
ligtiursements based on th· last quarterly
»r semiannual declaration. Unless other-:
rise noted, special or extra dividends are
not Included, χ Ex dividend» xr Sx rights,
ι Also extra or extras, b Plus stock dlv>
lend d Cash or stock, e Paid last rear,
f Payable in stock, g Declared or paid m
[ar this year, h Payable la Canadlaa
Ν. Υ. Bond Market
lowre 8AUES ι
^Reported la Dollant
Oomeetie. >700 mo
*5»·" 170 000
?s80 Cn7l»»
fORBO.V ς, J!
Antwerp 5s 58 loou
|&"Λ3**βΐ0ί>*
™£M 3^i 41er nu
CbU· β* βΟ tx] " 29H
Colorablt 3a 70 siZZ
Peru 2nd ffs 81 " x«3
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Am T*T2*i, 81 lSu
^®ϊ*Τ2ί(4* 7S10lW
2H«8fl 99*5
AT^i'f03"12 104*
*7®*^ 85 _ U1H
nA^,,t4s52 10·
5«Olitn4fi 96U!
β» J 85 8544
BtJt&°5îK2000 S8H
J^Oct 80__ 4oS
Β 4c Ο 4s 4β * JS?J
S?» 2Î4J Voioav»
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Cmî2^4*48 70
£5" °* »· 89C 10
r r » J SI»·" 51Î4
w J 8s 87 32
^*pl»t4»88 1301Λ
Ch tv'r10" 3S4B 38
I inc 87 3044
CMSîP4Û»2018 OOU
Chfi'J^4"2044 57
ChijtJfW 4 H s^o 7314
CRIP4Hieo " i?4
Ρ 4s 88 71*4
rf 4* 34 . 45ÎÎ
Ciîi'o1*6» oi"5®3 46
Pff.rî. 2>4s75103V4
rii Al-'i 4,β1 87
£?'°** 3M.I71 108?»
CenCit«r3V4»85 103M
£°?*P,2T/««75 108*
Del * Hud 4s 83 9414
°en4R Ο 4s 38 99
pH0W59,3-ri 5!H
S»? S*
I 3 B2044WJ 84
SSnSlf 23*s7° "IVi
I Hud&M rf 5s 87 53
HQcMni la os 57 1β
XntOtKor β» M. IM*
iat at Ko5«8ec 4«i
I&tHy droK16s44105*
IntT&T4Hs52 100*
KCP*Ll*t2%76105
K*n c Sod 4s7S 104*
Leh C&N 3VÎIÎOT.CO
Leh VI 5s2003st 44
Leh Val 4» 2003 35
MetWs5dll4s38 28*
M8PS8M 4s 91 _ 47*
M-K-T ft» 82* β3Ά
M-K-T l«t 4S»0 83
Mo P*e5tts 4» 19H
Mo P*c 5l 80 Β 71 .
MO P»c tn 41 75 as
N»t Dairy 2*470103*
J»YC4%*2013A 73*
NYC con 4i 08 70
NTCHS3H*8? 90·Λ
NY Conn2%*75 99%
rnrra*He»4e 37
ΚΥΝΗΛΗ4 "ά»β7 35
NYNH/eH 4» 57 12'/%
NYNHftH3tts58 30*
NYOAW «ο4>66 3%
NYWB4H*4« 11*
Norflk8o6s 2014 34*
Norf Wait 4s B6 135%
No Pac5s 2047C103
tforP*c4>/4si047 »6%
NorPac 3s 2047 M
Ohio Ed 2%« 75 102H
Ok] OAK 2¥«751024*
P*c ΟΛΕ 3» 79 108%
PennCt Alr3 Hs8P βΙ'Λ
Penn PALt 3(65104*
PennRR cn5s88 116
PennRR* 4**65 109*
Reading 3*-«s 95 t3*
RioOrWest 4s39112
RekIA&L4Hs34 46 .
3tI£P4HlS022 44
StL8»nFrn4s97 «7
StL 8W rf 5s 90 91
Seai ln4Vis2018 68*
Se A L 4s 88 101
SkelleyO 2»is85103Η
Socony-V2'is76 99%
SoPaclflc4VjsSl 95*
SoPac4HsOr77. 99*
So Ry cn 5s 94. 126%
So Ry gn 4s 56 101*
TRRA8tL2%s85106
Third Ave 5s 60 60Vt
UnP»c2Hs 78.104*
UnPac2Ws91. 97*
West On 5s 60 81*
West Un 4>A« 50 86*
Ν. Υ. Curb Market
LIST INCLUDES ONLY SELECTED ISSUES
CHANGED FROM PREVIOUS CLOSE.
Aireon Mf* Co.. 3%
Alum Co Am 2 58H
Am Cynamid lk 44té
Ara Gas Λ Kl Ca 3»>A
ι Am L & Τ 1.20. 22V*
Am Maracaibo. 27%
Am Superpower. 1V*
Ark Nat Oat Α.. 4%
Atl Coast Pl«h_. 7
Atlas Corp « * 4Î4
Babcock&WVaS 3#'A
Barium Steel.. 44*
Basle Refrct .40 6Vi
Berk&Gay Furn 1%
Breeie Cp 1 βΟ. 14}*
Brit Celan .08g 4Î4
BrownFDfst. 80 18V*
Burma Ltd- .. IV*
Burry Biscuit 4Vi
Calif El Pwr .80 &Λ
CanMarconi.04t 1%
Carr Con Bise 1. 12%
Catalln Am .40a 12%
Cent ic 8w Corp 10%
Chlldspf 105
Cities Service. _ 27%
Cities Svc pf 173
Claude Neon 2%
Colonial Airline »%
Colts Pat Ρ Arm 29%
ComnicSou war. V*
Corr.m Wat Svc 1
CnsGEBal rtswl 1%
Con Ml&Sm2 Via 70'/.
ConsTextlle.ROa β%
Copr Range lie. 9Ά
Creole Pet l%e. 26%
Croft Brew 06e 1%
Crown Cent Pet. 4%
CrownDrug.lOg 4%
Dennison A 40g 10%
Domestic Credit 3
El Bond&8hare. 11%
Eouity Corp 1%
Pansteel Mtl V«e 15%
Fedders-Quli.SO 12Ά
Ford MLtd.l66e β
Gen Plywd .80a. 20'/»
Goldfleld Cons >¥*
Rates of dlvldenc
table are annual dis
the last Quarterly c
ration. Unless othe
or extra dividends
a Also extra or extra
dend. d Cash or stoi
f Payable in stock,
so far this year, h
funds. k Accumula*
or declared «bis j
ww With warranta
Illinois Power 264*
Int Petrol Vt 12V4
Kaiser-Fraier.. 6V»
Kirk L Ο M .02 1W«
Lose 8tar On l 19Vfc
Lone Island Lu 7k
Menasco Mfi 2
MStPA vtc2.40e 20
MldlandStlB vtc «M
MidWestCorpy«b 22»/*
Mining CP Can. 7M
Monogram Plet. 4
MorriiPl Cp Vie 3%
NatBellasH .20e 3
Nat Fuel Ο .80 13
New Mex k Ariz 4V4
Niagara Hud Pr β
Nip·sing Mines. Ut
No Am Lt k Pwr β'Λ
Pan Am Air »»r 1%
Pan tepee Oil .64 9V4
Pennroad Vie-. 6
Pep Boy» Vig___ βΗ
Pharls T&R 60 9
Pioneer Oold._ 3
Premier Gold... %
R-K-O opt war. 3
Raytheon Mfg.. 7?*
Richmond Red. v/t
Root Petroleum. 8i*
St Lawrence Cp. βί*
3t. Regis Paper. 83*
3chlff Co la . 30
3chulte DA ,20g 4Vk
3egal Lock ... 2%
3olar Aircraft.. 844
3onotone 3V4
3oes Mfg 6'/d
rexon O&L .40. 9V*
reztron inc y«c. 14>*
rrl-Contl w w._ 2Ά
CJdylite Corp 1. 13
United Corp ww Ά
tJtd Lt «te Rys 1 22V4
[In NJRR&C.10 2601/4
U S & Int Bee 2V»
ITS Rub Reclaim 3
Utah-IdSug.lBc 3i*
iVright Harg .16 2>/4
s in the foregoing
Jursementa based oa
r semiannual deela
rwlae notel. «oeclal
are not Included,
ι. b Plus stock dlri
k. e Paid last year.
«Declared or paid
Payable In Canadian
ed dividends paid
ear. η New Ιιπι
;w without warrant»
Corporation Earnings
Penick Λ Ford profit for the
March quarter was $752,890 or $1.02
vs. $317,577 or 43 cents in the same
1946 period.
Anderson - Prichard Oil Corp.
earned $687,855 or $1.03 in the March
quarter vs. $511,136 or 75 cents a
year ago.
Wheeling: & Lake Erie Railway
earned $1,583,054 or $3.93 in the
March quarter vs. $620,501 or $1.08
a year ago.
Western Maryland Railroad net
for the March quarter was $1,238,276
vs. $765,679 in the same 1946 period.
Southern Bell Telephone & Tele
graph Co. earned $2,271,497 in the
March quarter vs. $2,774,190 a yeari
ago.
Evans Products Co. profit for the
March quarter was $629,956 or $2.58
vs. a deficit of $277,604 in the same
1946 period.
Chicago Grain
CHICAGO. April 28 (ΛΛ.—All «reins
broke sharply in a fairly active trade to
day, wheat tumbling as much as 7 cents
at times under the weight of selling
coming from commission houses with
Eastern connections.
Weakness developed first in corn and
soon spread to other pits. Wheat, steady
at the start, encountered liquidation when
cash prices eased at major terminals
Oats were sold on good weather over
the week end aa well as the corn slump.
The decline in jcorn was touched off
by heavy country offerings of cash grain
over the week end. Purchases on a to
arrive basis were Placed at 400.000
bushels or more. Large supplies as com
pared with last year also created liqui
dation.
Wheat closed 2ft-5ft lower; May. 2.68
2.57ft; corn was 2ft to 7 lower:' May.
Ι.βΙ-Ι.βΟ. and oats were lft to 3 lower;
May, 85>/i-8ôft.
Chicago Cash Market.
Wheat, none. Corn, No. 3 yellow. 1 65
1 66ft; NO. 4. 1.60ft-l.63ft; No. 6. 1.51ft
1.61 ft: sample grade. 1.25; No. 4 white,
1.62. Oats. No. l mixed. 95ft; No. 1
white, 95ft-96ft: No. 2 white. 94: No. 4
white 92ft. Barley, malting. 1.60-1.90
nominal: feed. 1.30-1.50 nominal. Field
seed, per hundredweight, nominal; red
clover. 43.00-47.00; sweet, clover. 11.50
13.00; red top, 17.50-18.50; timothy.
7.40-7.75.
wasningron Produce
(From the Department of Agriculture.)
EGOS—Market about steady, demand
fair: receipts fairly heavy: priced paid
f o b. Washington for Federal-State traded
ens received from grading stations. April
28. 19*7. Whites, browns, mixed color».
U. S. Grade A. extra large. 6'3-64. aver
age 54: large. 61-62. average 62; medium*.
47; U. S. Grade B, large. 47: mediums.
41: U. S Grade C. 40-41. average 40M>.
Commercially graded eggs. Grade A, large.
49-82: small, 34: current receipts. 42-45
LIVE POULTRY—Market nominally un
changed as of Friday. No receipts up to
mid-morning: prices paid f.o.b. Washing-1
ton: Fowl, heavy type. 35-36: light type.1
21-22: broilers, fryers, and roasters. 32.
DRESSED POULTRY (ked and Western !
Sox packed)—Market steady: prtces nomi-1
nally unchanged; slightly firmer feeling:
prevailing on Fryers; supplies ample; de-,
mand fair; prices paid fob, Washington.,
Fowl, heavy. 43-4Î: broilers. 09-40 : fryers.
36-37: roasters. « pounds. 3R; 4V» pounds.:
40-41: 5 pounds, few 43-44.
Market Averages
STOCKS. 30 IB 18
Indst. Rails. Util.
Net change —.3
roday close 86.1
Prev. day 86.4
Week ago 86.7
Month ago 91.1
?ear ago 107.1
1947 high 94 6
L947 low 85. <i
BONDS. 20 10 10 1010 Low
Rails. Indst. Util. Fin. Yield.
Wet change —.2 une. —.1 —.4 une
rday cloae *93.1 103.9 105.4 X74.2 116.2
Prev. day 93.3 103.9 106.5 74.6 116.2
Week ago.. 93.6 103.6 105.2 74.7 116.1
Month ago 94 9 104.1 106.4 76.0 116.3
fear ago .104.0 103.7 107.7 78.8 118.8
1947 high. 97.1 104 2 105.6 76.6 116.5
L947 low.. 93.1 103.3 104.0 74.2 115.3
(x>Hew 1947 low.
(Compiled br the Associated Press.)
υαα-Lor ueanngs
PHILADELPHIA. April 28 'The Ee
:uritles and Exchange Commission report- j
sd tod»y these transactions by customers,
rith odd lot dealers nr specialists on the ι
York Stock Exchange for April 25:
1,010 purchases involving 112,802 shares:
f.440 sales Involving 98,250 shires, in-i
:lud4nsr 103 short sales Involving 3.82";
charts.
For April 20: 1,880 purchases involvinç
15.15» snares: 1.408 sales Involving 38.879
shares. Including 88 short sales involving
!.835 shares.
Visible Grain Supply
CHICAGO. April 28 0Λ.—Vlilble supple
it wheat decreased 1.911,000 bushels to
Î5.001,000 bushels this week, the Bo^rd
>f Trade reported today. Corn decreased
1.512.000 to 29,112,000 buaheb. o»ts
lecreased 521,000 to 4,875.000, Ry« de-i
:reased 98.000 to 1,377.000 and btrley
lecreased 824,000 to 9.731000.
Durant Jewel Trial
Ends After 5 Months
By th· Associated Prats
FRANKFURT, Germany, April 28.
—After nearly five months of stormy
hearings in Germany and the United
States, a military court today con
eluded the trial of Col. Jack W.
Durant on charges of stealing $1,
500,000 worth of Jewels and Kron
berg Castle and announced it would
begin deliberations on a verdict to
morrow.
In the closing argument, Durant
was described by the-prosecution as
"the mastermind behind this whole
foul piece of thievery"—in connec
tion with which two other Army
officers have already been convicted.
The defense, desccribing the
prosecution's case as "a desperate
effort of amateur detectives to wrap
up a case by artifice and trickery,"
contended that the prosecution had
failed to prove even that there had
been any theft, or if there were, that,
it was legally responsible.
The prosecutor, Maj. Joseph S.
Robinson, said that "the honor of
the United States Army is at stake"
and asked the court to convict
Durant.
Harvester Offers
15-Cent Pay Boost
« By the Associated Press
CHICAGO, April 25. —Interna
tlonal Harvester Co. today offered a
15-cents-an-hour wage inereaee to
62,000 employes in 21 factories, rep
resented by 11 unions, and said the
offer would not affect the company's
present level of prices.
The huge farm equipment con
cern last month announced price
reductions on its products which it
said would mean a $20,000,000 sav
ings annually to users.
The wage offer, following the pat
tern of wage settlements granted
to nearly 1,000,000 workers in the ;
steel, automobile and electrical in- !
dustry, calls for a general wage
increase of 11 hi cents hourly plus
six paid holidays.
The company said its offer was
not extended to its steel divsiion
which employs 4,0i)0 workers at the
South Chicago plant of the Wiscon
sin Steel Works. A company spokes
man said this division is represented
by the Progressive Steel Workers
Union, independent, and wage nego
tiations are in progress there.
Wage increases will become effec
tive on the date the offer is accepted
by the various unions, the company !
said and added that salary increases ί
for employes not represented by
unions will become effective et once. Ζ
International Ha: rester estimated !
the offer, If accepted by all unions, '
would cost the company (35,000 000 ί
annually.
Boy Born in Ambulance
And Mother'Doing Well'j
A 27-year-old Gaithersburg
mother and her baby boy, who was -
born yesterday in an ambulance en J
route to the Montgomery County
General Hospital, were reported -
"doing well" today.
The baby, who weighed 5 pounds S :
ounces, was born to Mrs. Earl Puller ?
in the ambulance of the Oaithers· '
burg Rescue Squad, the hospital
said. '
Ambulance attendants assisted In ,
the delivery.
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