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MART concludes
recovery week
,.nK YORK. March 17—(JP)—'The
1 ...arkPt today concluded a
'•°c, r‘cov«y 'vcek' although the
f°a • cf. ia?t November, with
f!o*’e,. "V c er.gth offsetting proT
iP{Ciah‘L tumbles in virtuaUy all
jt casn,ns "
<ep*r!n;e;; dividends, individual
Ea;';‘rand inflation ideas per
bidding inspiration. Many
<:s!eVlrs however, held aloof on
eh: that important war
V ' fjm week-erid might al
f'L course of prices.
'lends, spooy at the start were
*V« diverse when the closing
w,f-orvwd Transfers of 400,
fcnlar;t mm pared with 750,000
saturdav and were the small
l!* sinCe Nov. 25.
V Associated Press 60-stock
was up .1 of a point at
.'lid nr die week showed a net
Stack of IT points. The rail
lice made another new high
* 1937, Of 70S issues register
in' advanced against 426 down
At 1948 peaks were Eastern Air
,;,et up 4 8-8. in response to fur
,h','r' optimism over peace-time
' oepects for this carrier; and M
r r preferred, up 3 1-4, apparent
f.. reflecting hopes that growing
;(venues for this road would bring
,vij! adjustment of bond interest
j in the future, enable directors
to pay some of the heavy accumu
|Jted dividends on the stock.
International Telephone, the
self's most active performer, was
1-8 on top of a 1 1-8 upswing .
jin,; last Monday. The spur here I
W1S -he sale of the company’s sub- J
j jiary in Spain to the Spanish gov
ernment. Atlantic Coast Line add
ed 1 1-8 to bring the six-day gain j
to 14 1-8 points. The bulge was J
due mainly to the Louisville & j
Nashville split-up, this line being (
controlled by Coast Line. (
Modest improvement was retain- (
ed in the short session by Santa (
Fe, Chrysler. Montgomery Ward, (
United Fruit. Anacondo and West- j
era Union "A”. On the offside ]
were Bethlehem, Southern Pacific, j
Kennecott, Allied Chemical, Gen- j
eral Electric and American Tele- I
phone. 1
Bonds were steady. At Chicago I
wheat was off 1-4 to up 1-2 of a ^
cent a bushel. Cotton was up 20 {■
to 35 cents a bale. j
Partepec and Cities Services were g
ahead in the curb while losers in- g
eluded National Sugar Refining 5
and Electric Bond & Share. Turn- S
over here was 150,000 shares ver- '
sv: 190,000 a week ago.
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SPOT COTTON 1
NEW ORLEANS, March 17—CP)
-New Orleans spot cotton closed 2
steady. Unchanged. Sales 701. Low
middling 17.80; middling 21.55;
pood middling 21.95. Receipts 876.
Stocks 213,243.
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY o
~ 1
WANTED! 3
Late model 1-2 or 3-4 ton
delivery truck — panel or
pickup body — must be in
?ood conditio n—ceiling
prices offered. Write at
once — give make, model
and body type.
c. D. CARE STAR-NEWS
Ti b ■ ■ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
Loans |j
• AUTO I *
• APPLIANCES I a
* REFINANCING! J
FINANCE INCORPORATED I £
GARLAND F. PALMER 8 k
Pres, and Mgr. jj 3.
C»pe Fear Hotel Bldg. g
Corner 2«1 N. 2nd St. i f
telephone 2-82M |
—..They Got ‘Oscars* For Best Film Performances
*— . ' —
Picture Arts and Sciences'in Ho^ywoo^io^the^e s^performMc bV ,the Academy of Motion
declared the best actor of the year for his portrlval ofthenH«t?,?°£ ^V, BS* Crosby (right) was
(center) was given the best actress award for hlr role in “Gaslight”GR=?-MyTr^ay'” ^nf,ri£,Bergman
with Crosby in “Going My Way,” won the prize for the best s upf or tin g^ol/f or * ac§t or s ^ Ueft>’ co'star
t3ond Quotations
DOMESTIC
IT and SF 95__131%
1CL 4%s 64 ... 109
3 and O 4s 48 ... 103%
Ian Pac 4s 0340 ... 102%
IB and Q 4%s 77_115%
' and El Inc 97 _ 74%
IGW 4s 88 ___ 98%
:RI and P Rfg 4s 34_ 54%
:i Ut 4%s 77... 105
) and R GWest 5s 55_ 11
'la E C 5/i 74 _ 61%
tud C 5s 62A_ 79
tud and Man 5s 57 _ 39
II Cent 4%s 56 . 85%
nt G N 6s 52... 74%
IK and T Aj 5s 67_ 88%
to PG 4s 75 ___ 36%
rYC Rfg 5s 2013__ 94%
lor and Wes 4s 96_135%
ror Pac 6s 2047 _106%
'enn RR 4%s 65_122%
al C 6s 45 .. 63%
ou Pac Rfg 4s 55_105%
ou Ry Cn 5s 94 _130%
ou Ry Gen 4s 56 _ 98%
Zest Md 4s 52 . 106%
FOREIGN
.ust 4%s 56 _ 102%
Iraz 6%s 26-57 .. 63%
Treasury
's 70-65 2 odd . 101.3
__
STOCKS IN THE SPOTLIGHT
NEW YORK, March 17—(£>)—
ales, closing price and net change
! the fifteen most active stocks
iday:
Mo Kan Tex Pf 25,100 27% Up
/4.
Comwlth and Sou 10,600 13-16 No.
Am Cable and Rad 7,500 13 Up %
Int Tel and Tel 7,300 27%. Up %.
Socony Vac 7,200 16% Up %. (
Reading 66,500 26% Up 1%. ,
Unit Air Lines 5,700 35% Up %. ,
Budd Mfg 5,100 11% Up %. (
Pere Marq 4,800 27 Up 1. (
Pan Am Airw 4,300 18% Up %. (
Erie RR 4,000 15 Down %.
Dresser Ind 4.000 61% Up %.
N Y Central 3,600 24% Up %. ;
Mo Kan Tex 3,500 8% Up %.
Plymouth Oil 3,400 21% Up %■ :
—-V- ;
CHICAGO POTATOES
CHICAGO, March 17—(A1)—Pota- j
es: Arrivals 87, on track 114, |
tal U. S. shipments 1185; old <
ock, offerings very light, for best <
lality demand good and market (
rm at ceilings, for fair quality, 1
;mand slow, market dull; new
ock, supplies light, demand good,
arket firm at ceilings; Nebras
i bliss triumphs, commercial,
.49, Minnesota and North Dakota
iss triumphs, commercial, $3.06
18; round whites, U. S. No. 1,
.27; Wisconsin Katahdins, U. S.
o. 1, $3.17; Florida 100-round
icks bliss triumphs, U. S. No.
$5.40-5.50; 5C-pound sacks bliss
iumphs, U. S. No. 1, $2.66-2.74.
Stock Market Quotations
(BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS)
•fiaams txp _ 1474
Air Reduction _ 457/.
Alaska Jun _ 71/.
Alleghany ..I 31/®
A1 Chem and Dye_157
Allis Chal Mfg _ 43%
Am Can _"II 935/.
Am Car Fdy __.II 45%
Am For Pow _ 3%
Am Pow and Lt_ 5
Am Rad and St S 13%
Am Roll Mill _-IIIIIII 18%
Am Smelt and Ref _ 46%
Am Sug Ref . I 493/.
A T and T - 162%
Am Tob B . 72
Anaconda _ 323.4
A T and S F.. 85%
ACL . 72%
Atl Ref .. 34%
Aviat Corp _ 66%
Baldwin _ 29%
B and O _ 16%
Barnsdall _ 22%
Bendix Aviat _ 52%
Beth Steel _ 74
Boeing Airpl _ 19
Borden _ 35%
Borg Warner _ 39%
Briggs Mfg . 40%
Budd Mfg _ 11%
Budd Wheel _ 13%
Bur Add Mach _ 14%
Balumet and Hec _ 7%
Ban Dry _ 34%
Ban Pac - 12%
Pase J I _... 39
^aierpu irac _
Hhamp P and F _ 32%
Hhes and O _ 50 %
Hhrysler _100 %
Holum G and E_ 4%
Homl Credit _ 4174
Homl Solv _ 17
Homwlth and Sou _ 13-16
Hon sol Edis _ 2674
Hons Vultee _ 2074
Hont Can _ 42
Horn Prod _ 63%
Hurtiss Wright _ 6%
Hurtiss Wright A_ 20%
Havidson _ 17%
Hel Lack and W_ 9%
Houg Aire _ 68
Hu Pont _164%
Hastman Kodak _180
Hlec Auto Lt _ 47%
Hlec Pow and Lt _ 4%
i'irestone _ 57%
•’reeport Sul _ 37%
Jen Elec _-_ 41%
Jen Foods _ 4074
Jen Mot _ 66
Joodrich _ 5874
Joodyear _ 55%
Jraham Paige _ 644
Jt Nor Ry Pf . 51
lud Mot _ 18%
lupp Mot _ 4%
11 Cent _ 29
nt Harvest _„ 79%
nt Nick Can _ 3274
nt Tel and Tel _ 27%
Cennecott _ 38
Cinney - 9%
Kroger Groc _ 3974
jigg and Myers B _ 85%
.lockheed _ 21%
joews _ 77% ■
jorillard . 21% :
jouis and Nash _ 115% (
dack Truck _ 52% ,
dcCrory Stores _ 22
do K T _ 874
dont Ward _ 54%
durray Corp _ 15% ]
lash Kelv _ 17% '
Nat Biscuit _ 24%
Nat Cash Reg . 34%
Nat Dairy Prod .29%
Nat Dist ___ 39
Nat Lead _III 26
Nat Pow and Lt_I I" 8%
N Y Cent - 2414
No Am Aviat . 10%
North Amer _ 21%
Nor Pac _ I 21%
Ohio Oil . 1914
Otis Elev _ 26%
Pac G and E _I 37
Packard _ 614
Param Pic _ 29%
Penney J C _ no%
Penn-Dix _ 4%
Penn RR _ 36%
Pepsi Cola _ 24
Phillips Pet _ 51%
Pitt Scr and B _ 7%
Pub Svc N J _ 18%
Pullman _ 4934
Pure Oil -1 20%
Radio . 83%
Radio K O _ 8%
Rem Rand_ 25
Repub Steel _ 22%
Reynolds B _ _ 33%
Seab Oil _ 25%
Sears . 103%
Shell Union _ 28%
Socony Vac _ 16%
Sou Pac _ 42%
Sou Ry - 40%
Sperry - 29%
Std Brands _ 30%
Std Oil Cal _ 413i
btd Oil Ind _ 36%
Std Oil N J .. 61
Stewart Warner _ 17%
Studebaker _ 23
Swift - 32%
Tex Co _ 54%
Tex Gulf Prod _ 814
lex Gulf Sul _ 40%
Timken Det Ax _ 37%
Transamerica _ 11%
Trans and West Air _ 3014
Union Carbide _ 86%
United Aire _ 30
Unit Airlines _ 35%
United Corp _ 1%
United Drug _ 18%
United Fruit _ 94%
Unit Gas Imp _ 17%
U S Pipe _ 40%
U S Rubber . 56%
U S Steel __ 63%
Vanadium _ 25%
Warner Pic _ 14%
West Mary _ 6%
West Union A _ 47%
West El and Mfg _128%
Wilson _ 12%
Woolworth _ 45
IToungs S and T_ 48
CURB
-an Marconi - 2% ,
ilities Service _ 19%
-olon Dvmt _ 4%
El Bond and Sh _ 10% 1
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MIDDLING COTTON ,
NEW ORLEANS, March 17—(JF)
—The average price of middling 1
5-16 inch cotton at ten designat- t
id Southern spot markets today s
vas 20 cents a bale higher at 21.75
:ents a pound. Average for the
last 30 market days was 21.61.
diddling 7-8 inch average was I
0.50. f
CAROLINA POWER
MAY REFINANCE
PHILADELPHIA, March 17—(/P)
—Carolina Power and Light Co.,
Raleigh, N. C., subsidiary of Na
tional Light and Power and Elec
tric Bond and Share, filed today
with the Securities and Exchange
Commission a refinancing program
by which it would exchange 173,
506 shares of its own preferred
stock, on a share-for-share basis,
for new preferred stock.
The company proposes to call for
redemption at $110 per shares plus
accumulated and unpaid dividends
to the date of redemption, not less
than 10 per cent of such old prefer
red stock plus such additional stock
as would be needed to avoid call
ing or issuing fractions of shares.
Carolina Power has outstanding
93,551 shares of $7 preferred stock
and 79,995 shares of $6 preferred.
These are without nominal or par
value but are carried on the books
at a stated value of $100 per share.
To aid in effecting the refinancing
program, Carolina Power register
ed today with the SEC 156,158
shares of $5 preferred stock, with
out nominal or par value.
Cash dividend adjustments also
are proposed in connection with
the program.
Carolina Hower said it would
propose to the holders of its old
preferred stock that the refinanc
ing plan become effective automa
tically if 75 per cent of the old
stock is deposited for exchange.
If less than 75 per cent is depo
sited, the plan and offer for ex
change will not be binding unless
the company so elects.
One of the primary objectives of
the plan, the company said, is “to
retain a very high percentage of
local stock ownership and if pos
sible substantially increase local
stock ownership.”
“The company wishes to reduce
substantially the dividend require
ments on its outstanding preferred
stock by tanking advantage of pre
vailing market conditions . .
the proposal said.
-V
CHICAGO GRAIN
CHICAGO, March 17—(JP)—Grain
markets were irregular today,
breaking sharply during the early
trade but rallying during the final
hour to finish with wheat and rye
showing gains of as much as half
a cent.
Most of the operations were con
cerned with evening up in prepara
tion for the week-end recess and
the trade was so light that prices
were affected easily.
Some hedging was attributed to
milling interests and there were
indications of a lighter demand for
cash grains. Trade sources said
some of the selling indicated at
least slight improvement in the sup
ply of freight cars on western
lines.
Tin_i i . i
ncduy a cent at time
when offerings credited to flour
millers found the demand limited.
Local shorts covered on the dip
and some purchases were made
for an elevator firm.
WHEAT
- Open, High Low Close
May 1.71% 1.71% 1.70% 1.71%
Jly —1.59% 1.59% 1.59% 1.59%
oep -1.55% 1.56% 1.55% 1.56%
Dec 1.55 1.55% 1.54% 1.55%
^ORN
May .1.15% 1.14% 1.13% 1.14%
Hy .-1.12% 1,12% 1.11% 1.12
sep -_1.09% 1.09% 1.08% 1.09%
Dec -.1.06% 1.07 1.06% 1.06%
DATS
May . 66% 66% 66 66% 1
Hy - 60% 60% 59% 60% ;
3ep — 57 57% 57 57%
Dec 56% 56% 56% 56%
RYE
May .1.14% 1.14% 1.13% 1.14%
Jly -1.12% 1.13% 1.11% 1.12%
$ep —1.07% 1.08% 1.07 1.08%
Dec . 1.08% 1.09% 1.07% 1.09%
3ARLEY
May 1.10%
Jly -1.05 1.05 1.04% 1.04%
-V-—
CASH GRAIN
CHICAGO, March 17 — (JP) —
Vheat: No. 2 hard, 1.75 7-8 nomi
ial; No. 2 red, 1.75 7-8 nominal.
Corn: No. 4 yellow, 1.11 7-8; -
Jo. 5 yellow, 1.02. 1
No oats.
Barley: Malting, 1.20-1.39 1-2
lominal; feed, 1.01-1.17 nominal. ,
Field seed per hundredweight
lominal; Timothy 6.00-6.25; red
op, 15.00-16.00; red clover, 31.50;
weet clover, 10.65; alsike, 28.50.
-V
NEW YORK POULTRY
NEW YORK, March 17— (JP) —
-ive and dressed poultry firm,
rices unchanged.
“Autogen” Harnesses Internal Enery
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J. P. Sparks, 23-year-old sailor-inventor convalescing in a Mem
phis naval hospital, has invited scientists to inspect his “autogen,” a
device which, he claims, harnesses electrical energy generated by
automobile magnets. His invention ran for four months without any
outside force, Sparks reported.
CHICAGO LIVESTOCK
CHICAGO, March 17—(U.R)—Live
stock: Hogs—300. For the week:
Due to acute scarcity, hogs brought
ceiling prices, $14.00 for sows and
stags and $14.75 for butchers scal
ing 140 lbs. upward. Comparative
ly “off” hogs were frequently taken
at ceiling prices. Receipts at 12
major markets were . only 255,000
head compared with 626,000 a year
earlier.
Cattle—300; calves none. For the
week: Good and choice steers clos
ed 15-25c higher and early declines
on medium grades were regained.
The top stood at $17.50. paid for
1153 to 1489 lb. averages. The OPA
ceiling on top steers was $18.00.
Strictly choice heifers reached
$17.00 and mixed steers and heif
ers $17.35, causing prospects of a
higher top on fed steers before
April 1. Bulk prices on steers
were $14.50-17.00. Most fed heifers
brought $14.00-15.25. Cows lost 25
50c and bulls 50c-$1.00. Instead of
the $14.25 for sausage bulls the
outside was $13.25 and stand-outs
in beef bulls brought only $14.00
instead of $15.25. Vealers gained
25-50c with choice offerings selling
freely at $16.50.
Sheep—1,000. For the week:
Lambs squeezed out of the $17.00
;op, with good and choice offer
ngs bringing $16.75-16.90. Weighty
Rippers sold up to $15.50 and yearl
ng ewes again reached $14.60 as
yearling wethers made $15.60. In
creased supplies of sheep late in
:he week were regarded as only
i temporary development. Wheat
rastured ewes realized $8.85-9.25
md Idaho ewes were up to $9.90,
3ull ewes and bucks were around
57.25.
-V
NEW ORLEANS COTTON
NEW ORLEANS, March 17—(£>)
—Cotton futures advanced here to
lay on week-end short covering
Closing prices were steady 15 to
25 cents a bale higher.
Open High Low Close
VTay __22.06 22.06 22.04 22.04 up 4
luly -21.73 21.76 21.73 21.76 up 4
3c t 21.17 21.19 21.16 21.18 up 3
Dec -21.06 21.08 21.06 21.07 up 3
VTch —21.93b-20.9&b up 5
b—bid,
NEW YORK COTTON
NEW YORK, March 17—UP)—
The cotton futures market moved
in a narrow range today as traders
awaited further developments on
price control developments. A
small amount of mill buying and
commission house demand steadi
ed prices.
Futures closed 20 to 35 cents a
bale higher.
Open High Low Last
May __22.05 22.08 22.05 22.08 up 4
July -.21.75 21.79 21.75 21.79 up 7
Oct_21.15 21.17 21.15 21.18n up 5
Dec —21.05 21.09 21.05 21.09 up 7
Mch (19461
20.96 20.96 20.95 20'.99n up 7
Middling spot 22.43n, up 4.
n—nominal.
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FOREIGN EXCHANGE
NEW YORK, March 17— UP) —
Closing foreign exchange rates fol
low (Great Britain in dollars, oth
ers in cents):
Canadian dollar in New York
open market 9 11-16 per cent dis
count or 90.31 1-4 U. S. cents, .06
1-4 of a cent higher.
Europe: Great Britain official
buying $4.02, selling $4.04.
Latin America: Argentina free
20.15 unchanged; Brazel free 5.25n;
Mexico 20.65n.
N—nominal.
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N. C. EGGS, POULTRY
RALEIGH, March 17 — (#) —
CNCDA)—Egg and poulrty markets
steady.
Raleigh—U. S. grade A large 32;
rens, all weights, 26 1-2.
xjjuxi
Pvt. Harold Alexius
Prisoner In Germany
Pvt. Harold D. Alexius. 25. of
Wilmington, who was reported
missing in action in Belgium sev
eral weeks ago, is now a prison
er of war in Germany, according
to a card receivel from him yes
terday by his family.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
John N. Alexius, of Oleander, and
his wife is Mrs. argaret Bellamy
Alexius, who is making her home
here with her father, Dr. Harlee
Bellamy.
Pvt. Alexius entered the Army
on January 7. 1944. and. following
training at Camp Croft, Spartan
burg, S. C., went overseas with
an Infantry unit in the late
spring of 1944.
--V—
RECONCILED
HOLLYWOOD, March 17——
Crooner Dick Haymes, who disclos
ed last week that his wife, Joanne,
had asked him for a divorce, said
today they have become, recon
ciled and are happily together
again.
-V
Try a teaspoon of dried mar
joram in lamb stew. It gives an
added flavor to an economical and
nutritious dish.
-V
N. C. HOGS
RALEIGH, March 17 — (.R! —
(NCDA)—Rocky Mount hog mar
ket steady with top of 14.55.
I NEW CROP SEEDS FOR TRUCKERS j
SNAP BEANS: j
Bountifuls, Giants, Plentiful, Landreths, Burpees, Sure Crop
**ax' Tendergreen and Black Valentine Stringlesa Green Pod,
etc. 500 bags choicest U. S. Seed stocks.
GARDEN PEAS:
Early Alaska, Large Alaskas, Thomas Laxton, Laxton Pro
tress, Everbearing, Tall Telephone, etc.
POTATOES ONION SETS
Irish Cobblers & Red Bliss Red, White, Yellow A
« Multipliers.
CABBAGE PLANTS LESPEDEZA
leading sorts, fresh daily. Choicest Kobe and Korean
LIMA BEANS:
Henderson’s Bush Limas, Imp’d. Bush Prolific, Fordhook
Bush, Speckled Bush and Speckled Pole, Small White Pole and
improved Pole
CUCUMBERS
A & c Clark's Imperator, Woodruffs’ Hybrid, Kirby s Stays*
*reen> Improved Long Green, etc.
CANTELOUPES
r .Hale’s Best, Rocky Ford, Improved Perfection, Hearts of
Banana, Honey Dew, Large Hackensack, etc. j
SQUASH:
r Earliest White Bush, Cocozelle, Early Yellow Crookneck,
J-arhest Yellow Prolific Straightneck, Giant Summer Straight
ck' Large White Bush. etc. _
AM new crop, 1944 seeds. On hand now ready lor delivery.
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