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Low-Priced Utilities Pace
Sharp Upturn On Change
i
Leading Rail Stocks Also
Gain Attention From
Buying Groups
MARKETS AT A GLANCE
NEW YORK, May 22 —
Stocks — staedy; low priced util
ities rally.
Bonds—mixed; prices change
narrow. , _
Cotton-Higher; mill and New
Orleans buying.
CHICAGO
Wheat—unchanged at celling*.
Corn—new contracts firm.
Rye—May closed 5 cents high
^Hogs—active, steady at ceilings;
top $14.85.
Cattle—steady to as much as 2o
cents higher; top $18.00.
NEW YORK, May 22— (JP) —
Rails and low-priced utilities led
the third successive upturn in the
stock market Wednesday with gains
ranging to more than two points
predominant at the close.
Optimism over prospects for
settlement of labor difficulties be
fore Thursday's truce expiration
lifted most of the carriers, which
have climbed 2.2 points m the
averages this week.
Buyers Hesitant
Disposition of many customers
to aw'ait results of the govern
ment’s efforts to assure continued
operations in the seized coal mines
was credited by some brokers w7ith
keeping the market from pushing
through its 15-year heigh.
As it was, the Associated Press
iO-stock average advanced .5 of a
aoint to 80.5, equalling the bull
market peak of April 20 of 1,009
:ssues registering 534 gained and
277 declined.
Packers Gain
Dealings w7ere selective most of
the day with pivotal industrials
quiet as attention centered or,
shares responding to special situa
tions. Packing shares and' farm im
plements were among the best
early performers, while a late:
flurry in the cheaper utilities stim
ulated some bidding which lifted
volume for the day to 1,590.000
Stock Market Quotations
(BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Pre- Tester
vious day
Close Close
Alleghany . 6% 6%
A! Chem and Dye ... 205 206
Allis Chal Mfg. _ 55% 56
American Can ........ 97% 98
Amer Car Fdy . 70% 70%
Amer Roll Mill . 24% 24%
Amer Smelt and Ref . . 69% 69
A T and T _ 196 196%
Amer Tobacco B .... 99 99%
Anaconda . 4714 47%
Arm 111 . „17 17%
Atlantic Coast Line .. 76% 78%
Atlantic Refinery .... 49% 49%
Aviation Corp . 11% 11%
Ealdwin - 34% 34%
Baltimore and Ohio . 25% 25%
Barnsdall . 30% 30%
Bendix Aviat ..._ 46 47
Beth Stell . 107 107%
Boeing Airp . 28% 28
Borden . 54 54%
Budd Mfg . 21% 12
Burl Mills - 57% 59%
Bur Add Mach . 18% 18%
Cannon Mills ...___. __
Lase j l ...- ,. 45=4 45%
Caterpil Trac _._ 78% 79
Ches and Ohio ........ 617s 61%
Chrysle' .. 129 130
Coca Cola , .. . 188
Coml Cred . 57% 58%
Coml Solv . 29% 2974
Comwlth and South . . 4% 474
Consol Edis . 34% 35
Cons Vultee . 25% 25
Cent Can . 47 47
Corn Prod .. 60% 62%
Curt Wright . 8% 8%
Curt Wright A _ 23% 23%
Dow Chem ..183 74 1 84%
Doug Aire . 92% 92
Du Pont . 216% 21774
Eastman Kod .252% .
Firestone . 76 76
Gen 31 .. 46% 47
Gen r oods . 53% 54
Gen Mot . 72% 72%
Goodrich . 77% 77%
Goodyear . 71% 72%
Gt Nor Ry Pf . 61=4 62
Int Harvest . 97% 98%
Int Tel and Tel . 26% 27
Johns Ma.nv .—155% 154%
Kennecott . 5774 58
mgg ana m a ._102 102
Loews ...— 39% 39%
Lockheed . 32 32
Lorillard ............ 28% 29
Mont Ward __. 98% 99%
Nash Kelv . 22 22%
Nat Bis ■. 35 35
Nat cash Reg . 43% 44
Nat Dist ..84% 84%
N Y Cent . 26% 26%
No Am Av . 13 43
No Pac . 31% 31%
Packard . 9% 934
Param Pic . 79 7914
Penney J C - 55% 55%
Penn R R . . 42%
Pepsi Cola . 35% 35%
Phillips Pet —. 69 69
Pitt S and B . 113% ijs/g
Pullman . 67 67%
Pure Oil . 27% 28%
Racho . 15% 16
Radio K O .. 25 25
Rem Rand . 46% 47
Repub Stl . 36% 37%
Reynolds B . 44% 44%
Sears .—.46% 46%
Soc Vac . 16% 16%
Sou Pac . 63% 65%
Sou Ry .-. 56 58%
Sid Br . 53 52%
Std Oil N J .. 75% 76
Stewart War _ . 24
Swift . 39 39%
Tex Co . 62% 62%
On Carb ...120'i 119%
Unit Airl __ 41% 42
Unit Aire . 29% 29%
Unit Corp . 5% 6
Unit Drug.. . .
Unit Fruit .148 148%
Unit Gas Imp . 28% 28%
U S Indus Chem .... 60 61
U S Rubber —. 77 77%
U S Smelt and Ref __ 70 70%
U S Steel . 86% 87
Vanadium .32% 32%
Va Caro Chem . 10% 11%
) shares, best since May 10 and com
pared with 1,250,000 Tuesday.
Commonwealth & Southern hi
the tape in large blocks, closinj
up 3-8 at $4.87 on total sales o:
305,700 shares. United Corp., alsc
active, finished at $6, up 3-8.
Favorites Up
Gainers included U. S. Steel,
Youngstown Sheet, General Motors,
Chrysler, Montgomery Ward,
! Deere & Co., Philip Morris, Santa
Fe, New York Central, Southern
Railway, Eversharp, Armour,
Cudahy, Wilson & Co., du Pont,
American Power & Light, Ameri
can Telephone, Public Service ol
N. J., International Nickel and
American Woolen.
Mojud hosiery closed 2 3-4 points
lower at $48.75 after disclosure ol
the proposal for a split of the
common shares. Others declining
were American Smelting, Union
Carbide and Bohn Aluminum.
Bond Market Mixed
Bonds were mixed. Cotton clos
ed up $1.10 to $1.45 a bale. At
Chicago May rye rose the 5-cent
limit; new corn was 1-2 to 1 1-4
up and new oats 7-8 to 1 5-8 cents
a bushel higher.
Improved in the curb were Cas
co products, Burry Biscuit, Hoe
& Co, 'A'. Pressed Metals and
United Light & Railways. Turn
over of 760,000 shares was the
best since April 4 and compared
with 540.000 Tuesday.
STOCKS AVERAGES
Compiled by The Associated
Press, May 22.
30 15 15 60
Indus Rails Util Stocks
Net Change A.2 A.l A.3 A.5
Wed 108.0 47.9 54.6 80.5
Prev Day 107.8 47.8 54.3 80.C
Week Ago 106.4 46.5 54.0 78.£
Month Ago 107.5 46.4 54.2 79.4
Year Ago 86.0 39.8 44.2 64.t
1946 High 108.8 51.0 54.8 80.5
1946 Low 96.1 44.1 50.0 72.2
1945 High 102.0 43.9 52.5 77.1
1945 Low 78.6 32.9 39.2 57.8
WHAT STOCKS DID
NEW YORK, May 22-UP)—
Wed Tries
Advances 534 54C
Declines 277 285
Unchanged 198 190
Total Issues 1009 1015
Warner Pic . 50% 50%
West Un A . 37% 38%
West El . 35% 35%
Woolworth.59% 59%
CURB
Can Marconi . 3% 3Vi
Cities Service . 36% 36%
Colon Dvmt .__ 4% 5
El Bond and Share .. 24% 25%
DEMAND FOR RAIL
BONDS BROADENED
Market Otherwise Turns
Narrowly Irregular
During Session
NEW YORK, May 22—UR—De
mand for rails broadened in late
trading Wednesday in an otherwise
narrowly irregular bond market.
More aggressive buying sup
planted earlier timidity as hope
grew in the financial community
that rail and coal labor negotia
tions v/ould reach a favorable
conclusion.
Volume expanded to $4,870,000
from $4,234,000 Tuesday.
News Spurs Interest
Interest in bonds of many re
organization roads was heightened
by news from Washington the
House Rules committee had voted
in favor of reporting out the Reed
Railroad Reorganization bill.
Closing ahead as much as 2
pornts w'ere Baltimore & Ohio
stamped convertibles at 72 1-2
Central of N. J. at 46 1-8. t. Paul
convertible 4 l-2s at 87 3-4s, North
Western 4 l-2s at 92. Rock Island
refunding 4s at 64 1-2. Denver &
Rio Grande assented 5s at 25 1-4
Missouri Pacific "F” 5s at 96 1-2
and Frisco 4 l-2s at 46 1-4.
Some Losers
Countering the trend with small
losses were Southern Pacific 4 l-2s
and West Shore 4s.
U. S. government issues lost a
few 32ds of a point in the over-the
counter market in quiet turnover
The trend was also downward in
the Stock Exchange.
Australia 5 s of ’57 lost a poinl
in the foreign division. Peruvian
issues were in demand.
BOND AVERAGES
Compiled By The Associated Press
May 22—
20 10 10 10 10
Rails Indus Util Fgn L. YId.
Net change A.l Unch D.l .Unch Unch
Wed. 102.7 103.8 107.4 78.2 118.6
Prev. day 102.6 103.8 107.5 78.2 118.t
Week ago 102.0 103.6 107.5 78.3 118.8
Month ago 104.4 103.7 107.5 78.6 119.4
Year ago 100.6 104.6 107.4 73.7 117.3
1946 high 106.9 105.2 109.5 79.0 120.2
1946 iow 102.3 103.6 107.4 75.7 118.0
1945 high 103.9 105.5 108.5 76.7 118.7
1945 low 96.2 103.4 106.8 68.1 116.2
CHICAGO BUTTER.
CHICAGO, May 22—(JP)— (USDA)
—The butter market was firm and
unchanged at ORA ceiling prices
Wednesday. Eggs were weak;
large No. 1 and 2 extras 35.5-37.4;
No. 3 and 4 extras 34-35.5; medium
extras 32-32.5; standards 32-33; cur
rent receipts 31.5-32.25; dirties 30
31; checks 29.5-30.5.
NEW YORK PRODUCE
NEW YORK, May 22—(A5)—Rye
flour strong; fancy patents (100
lbs) 7.50-7.75. Other produce prices
steady. Unchanged.
£•
War Time Increase in Factory Employment
Increase in Manufacturing Employment trom 1939
to January, 1946,'by States
COTTON
NEW YORK COTTON
NEW YORK, May 22—(£>)—An
unfavorable government weather
report and action of the Senate
Banking committee in seeking t&
transfer pricing powers on farm
commodities to the Secretary of
agriculture produced a sharp rally
in the cotton futures Wednesday
Final prices were at or near the
best of the day and showed gains
of $1.10 to $1.45 a bale.
Mill buying along with New
Orleans demand and considerable
short covering met a scarcity ol
offerings Mills bought futures
partly as a protection against the
uncertain cro outlook since another
short crop like that in 1945 would
create a tight situation in the cot
ton supplies.
Cotton futures closed $1.10 tc
$1.45 a bale higher.
Open High Low La3f
Jly 27.41 27.61 27.38 27.61 up 22
Oct 27.69 27.90 27.67 27.90 up 24
Dec 27.81 28.04 27.80 28.04 up 24
Mch 27.95 28.21 27.94 28.20 up 2S
May 27.98 28.24 27.98 28.24 up 2$
Jly 27.89 28.11 27.87 28.10bup 24
Middling spot 28.21N up 23.
N-Nominal; B-Bid.
NEW ORLEANS COTTON
If.CW ORLEANS, May 22—(IP)—
Colton futures closing prices were
strong $1.40 to $1.55 a bale high
er. _
Open High Low Close
Jlv 27.37 27.60 27.37 27.60 up 30
Oct 27.66 27.90 27.66 27.89 up 28
Dec 27.82 28.05 27.79 28.05 up 31
Mch 27.96 28.23 27.96 28.23 up 31
May 28.00 28.27 28.00 28.27 up 31
NEW ORLEANS MIDDLING
NEW ORLEANS, May 22—(IP)—
The average price of middling 15-16
inch cotton at ten designated
southern spot markets Wednesday
was $1.10 a bale higher at 27.49 a
pound. Average for the past 30
market days was 27.72. Middling
7-8 inch average was 25.83.
NEW ORLEANS SPOTS
NEW ORLEANS, May 22—(IP)—
Spot cotton closed steady $1.50 *
bale higher. Sales 272. Low midd
ling 22.20; middling 27.45; good
middling 27.85; receipts 2,842;
stocks 271,428.
CHARLOTTE SPOTS
CHARLOTTE, May 22. — (IP) —
Spot cotton 27.60.
LIVESTOCK
CHICAGO LIVESTOCK
CHICAGO. May 22—(ffi—Possibi
lity of a railroad tie-up by Thurs
day night sent cattle buyers into
the pens today vigorously bidding
for no more than average midweek
supplies. Virtually all classes and
grades consequently climbed to
the highest general market in
weeks.
Both fed steers and choice to
prime heifers racked up the $18.00
ceiling, with a range of $16.00 tc
$17.75 covering a liberal supply
of the largely steer and heifer run
and most heifers getting $15.50 to
$17.00. Strictly good cows and
heavy beef bulls both took $15.00.
veal calves firm at $17.00, and
choice 675-pound stock cattle went
at $17.00 on shipment to the coun
try.
Hogs maintained customary ceil
ing levels for 5,000 salables and
6.000 packer consignments. Ship
pers bought 1,000 head.
Spring lambs outdistanced old
croppers by 35 cents, the market
top of $17.00 going to medium and
good grade native springers.
About 4 1-2 doubles of good to
choice old crop lambs wtih No. 1
skins took $16.95. Shippers and
small local killers did practically
the day's buying. Shorn slaughter
ewes were $8.50 for odd head lots.
Total receipts were 9.000 cattle,
500 calves, and 1,500 sheep.
RICHMOND LIVESTOCK
RICHMOND, Va.. May 22—(TP)—
CTJSDA>—Hogs—market steady at
ceiling; good and choice barrows
and gilts 120-300 lbs and up $14.90
(flat); 100-120 lbs $13.40; good sows
all weights 14.15; good stags
$14.15. . ,
Cattle-Trading rather qtliet;
represented slaughter classes gen
erally steady; common and med
ium cows $10.00-12.00, canners and
cutters $7.50-9.50; good grade quot
able $12.00-13.50; good heavy bulls
$12.00-13.00, and occasionally up
to $14.00; medium $11.00-12.00;
common $9.00-10.00; good to choice
vealers $17.00-17.50, few strictly
choice higher; medium largely
$135.00-16.00. common $10.-13.00
with thin kinds lower; odd lots
spring lambs mostly $18.00 down
according to weight and quality
RALEIGH POULTRY
RALEIGH, May 22. — (TP) —
(NCDA)—Egg and poultry markets
firm.—U. S. Grade A large 37;
fryers and broilers 31.2.
WASHINGTON POULTRY
WASHINGTON,—U.S. Grade A
extra large 42; broilers, fryers and
roasters 34.4 to 34.7.
N. C. HOG MARKETS
RALEIGH. May 22. — <*> —
(NCDA)—Hog markets active and
steady with tops of 14.55 at Clinton
and Rocky Mount and 14 oo at
Richmond.
GRAIN
CHICAGO GRAIN
CHICAGO, May 22—OP)—1The
final day of trading in May con
tracts saw May rye advance the
full 5-cent limit to $2.40%. thus
ending one of the most widely
fluctuating records any contract
has staged on the board of trade.
Oats and new corn contracts were
firm and generally closed at the
day’s highs.
During its existence, the May
rye contract moved over a range
of $1.62%—from a low of $1.24 to
a high of $2.86%. It reached the
highest levels ever recorded by
any rye delivery in this market.
As the only grain without a ceil
ing it provided most of the trading
activity for many weeks.
Closing prices on new corn con
tracts were %-l% higher, with the
January delivery at its ceilin goi
$1.46%. New oats were up %-l%,
August 84%, and old oats were
unchanged to 1% higher, Septem
ber 80%. All other contracts were
unchanged.
Arrivals of wheat at 12 princi
pal interior terminals Wednesday
totaled 2.349.000 bushels against
only 703,000 bushels a week ago.
Tire receipts were also higher than
a year ago, when they totaled 1,
648.000 bushels. Receipts recently
have been running well under
a year ago.
Open High Low Close
WHEAT (New)
Aug .. 1.98%
Nov . .. 1.98%
Mar 1.98% 1.98% 1.98% 1.98%
(Old)
Jly 1.83% 1.83% 1 83% 1.83%
Sep ... .. 1.83%
Dec .„. 1.83%
May (1947)
CORN (New)
Jan 1.46% 1.46% 1.46% 1.46%
Mar 1.45% 1.46% 1.45 Vi 1.46%
(Old)
May 1.21% 1.21% 1.21% 1.21%
Jly .-.1.21%
Sep . 1.21%
OATS (New)
Aug 83% 85 83% 84%
Nov 82% 83% 82% 83% '
Mar 83% 83% 83 83%
(Old)
May 83 83 83 83
Jly 83 83 83 83
Sep 80% 80% 80% 80%
Dec 80% 81% 80% 81%
RYE (New)
Nov .—. . 1.58%
Mar . —. 1.58%
(Old)
May 2.39% 2.40% 2.35% 2.40%
Jly 1.48% 1.48% 1.48% 1.48%
Sep .- . 1.48%
Dec ..1.48%
BARLEY (New)
Nov .1.33%
Mar .- . 1.34%
(Old)
May 1.26% 1.26% 1.26% 1.26%
Jly .— • • .... 1.26%
Sep . 1.26%
Dec . 1.26%
CASH GRAIN
CHICAGO, May 22—<A>)— Wheat:
No. 2 red and hard, 1.97 nominal,
ceiling.
Corn: No. 2 yellow, 1.44 nominal,
ceiling: No. 3 yellow, 1.41 1-2
nominal, ceiling.
Oats: No. 2 grades. 86-92 cents.
Barley: Malting 1.34-1.52 1-2
nominal: feed 1.23-1.33 1-2 nomi
nal.
BOND QUOTATIONS
FINAL BOND QUOTATIONS
May 22—UP)—
At and Sf 95 137%.
B and O 4s 48 106.
Can Pac 4s Per 113%.
Cb and Q 4%s 77 119.
C and Ei Inv 97 68%.
Cgw 4s 88 93%.
Cri and P R 4s 34 64%.
Cl Ut 4%s 77 105.
D and Rg W 5s 55 25%.
Fla E C 5s 74 85.
Hud C 5s 62a 86%.
Hud Man 5s 47 74%.
Ill Cent 4%s 66 94.
Int G N 6s 52 82%.
Mk and T Aj 5s 67 10474.
Mo P G 4s 75 53%.
NYC* Rfg 5s 2013 99.
Nor Pac 4%s 2047 107%.
Penn RR G 4%s 65 12374.
Sal C 6s 45 76%.
Sou Pac R 4s 55 107.
Sou Ry Cn 5s 94 134%.
West Md 52 107%.
FOREIGN BONDS
Aust 5s 55 11074.
Aust 4%s 56 102%.
Braz 574s 26-57 83%.
Rio Do Sul 6s 68 41.
TREASURY BONDS
2%s 62-59 June 6 102.9 up .7.
2%s 72-67 June 1 103.12 off .16.
5%s 72-67 Dec 6 103.15 103.11 off .12.
NAVAL STORES
SAVANNAH, Ga„ May, 22—(yp)—
Turpentine 83 1-2; offerings 19;
sales 950; receipts 246; shipments
8- stocks 1.130.
Rosin, offerings and sales 14;
receipts 40; shipments none; stocks
5,251.
Quote, prices unchanged.
SWEET POTATOES
CHICAGO, May 22. — (£>) _
(NCDA)— Sweet potatoes markets
firm. Bushel crates Louisiana
Porto Ricans $4.40, bushel hampers
Tennessee Nancy Halls $4.10 to
$4.25. Bushel hampers Porto
Ricans, fair $4.00.
DAIRY PRODUCTS
CHICAGO, May 22.—(7P)_Butteri
firm; receipts 461,236; prices un
changed. Eggs, weak; receipts
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