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Sluggishness Dominates
Stock Exchange Trading
COTTON
NEW YORK COTTON
NEW YORK, Jan. 2 — (ff>) —
Cotton futures registered final
gains of $2.00 to $2.75 a bale over
the previous close in active deal
ings Thursday.
Persistent mill demand of May,
1947. futures by a leading spot
firm featured the upward move
ment, aided by a scarcity dealings
Thursday.
The market's action, traders de
clared, reflected the strong statis
tical position of the staple. Mills
were reported experiencing in
creasing difficulty in obtaining de
sirable grades of spot cotton, ex
cept at premium prices.
Private advices said producers
were holding 30 to 35 per cent of
the southwestern crop for higher
p ices.
Futures i’osed $2.00 to $2.75 a
bale higher than the previous close.
Open High Low Last
Mch 32.38 32.81 32.35 32.73 up 48
May 31.81 32.30 31.80 32.15 up 40
jlv' 27.30 27.82 27.26 27.75 up 50
Oct 27.30 27.82 27.26 27.75 up 50
Dec 26.85 27.38 26.78 27.30n up 55
Mch (1948) —
Middling spot 33.92n up 53.
N—Nominal; B—Bid.
NEW ORLEANS COTTON
NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 2 — {/P) —
Cotton futures closed steady $2 to
$2.75 a bale higher.
Open High Low Close Net chg
Mch 32.47 32.75 32.37 32.72 up 40
May 31.93 32.95 31.80 32.19 up 47
jly 30.40 30.80 30.29 30.74 up 55
Oct 27.40 27.77 27.28 27.75 up 49
Dec 26.92 26.96 26.86 27.31b up 49
B—Bid.
NEW ORLEANS MIDDLING
NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 2—(#)—
The average price of middling 15
16-inch cotton at ten designated
southern spot markets Thursday
was $2.30 higher at 33.17 cents a
pound. Average for the past 30
market days was 31.60. Middling
7-8-inch average was 31.80.
NEW ORLEANS SPOTS
NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 2—f^P)—
Sp.>t cotton closed steady, $2.25 a
bcle higher. Sales 642. Middling
28.83: middling 33.00; good middl
ing 33.40. Receipts none. Stock
243.744.
CHARLOTTE SPOTS
CHARLOTTE, Jan. 2—UP!—Spot
cotton 32.60.
N. C. HOG MARKETS
RALEIGH, Jan. 2—UP!—(NCDAt
_He" markets weaker with tons
of 20 at Richmond and Rocky
Mount.
ADDITIONAL MAMETS
ON PAGE TWELVE
150—Real Estate & Dealers
FOR HIGHEST PRICES AND QUICK
sales, list with Geo A. Biddle, Real
Estate 232 Princess. Dial 2-8534
LIST YOUR PROPERTY FOR SALE
with Willetts Realty Co., 124 Princess
street. Office Phone 5233.
OCEAN REALTY CO.. SALES AND
rentals. 15 Odd Fellows Building. Dial
2-3451. L L Saage Realtor.
HOOPER JOHNSON. REAL ESTATE
114 Princess street. Phone 6118 days,
6749 nights
WE SELL THE EARTH. FOSTER • HILL
Re^]tv Co.. 112 Princess street. Dial
2-3371
W ALBERT BROWN. REAL ESTATE
Let us sell for you Homes, business
property or business. 2303 Market
street Dial 2-3227
155—Seeds. Plants, Bulbs
WOOD'S TESTED TOBACCO SEED,
Fermate for blue mold. Garden Peas,
Lettuce, Pepper, Tomato, etc. T. W.
Wood & Sons.
SEEDS. SPRAYS. SPRAY MATERIALS,
dusts, dusters for farm—garden—lawn
Cross Seed Co Dial 6868
FOR SALE - COMPOST SUITABLE
for flowers shrubbery and gardens. ;
S3 load, delivered Dial 6083
1^60—Transportation. Storage
o J. HYDRICK
312 Calhoun Drive, Maffitt Village
Moving—General Hauling.
- Call -
Dial 2-2322.
Maffitt Soda Shop.
1 rrn •<. . I —————————
i —n amed
Electric ice box good condi
tion. Must be reasonable. Matthews,
_40' South 2nd. St.
171—Wanted To Rent, Buy
Wanted to rent 3 to 5 room un
furnished apartment or house. Close-in.
C 11 2-8020.
1 UNFURNISHED ROOMS. BACHELOR
apartment. Will give $25 per month.
^Address “W”, care Star-News.
Wanted—4 or 5 room nicely
urnished apartment in good neigh
borhood. Write Box G-C, care Star
News.
Wanted—A show case suitable
Uor bakery—8-. Phone 2-8756.
SMALL FURNISHED. apartment
"Mr James Walker. Adults. Call Miss
J^ulon, 9611-Ext. 3.
TYPEWRITER^ ADDING MACHINES
tnU°plt Highest prices paid. Wilming
ion Typewriter Co.. 7 N. Second street
H"°ne 4460.
l J5ED . TO- BUY — USED PLANER,
v. um' ^ointer. belt srnder, band saw,
d, !•*,?e for industrial work. Electric
''■GnD State where machines may be
wl ■ RePly Box "TW”, care Star-News.
AKriiTMEI^rL,NFURNISHED WANTED,
^ ' loom, bath, living room and kitchen
m dipped with refrigerator and gas
J^_Cjl_2-8470. 9 to 5 p.m._
180—Legal
ST a tv NOTICE
Cni-uL0R NORTH CAROLINA:
K„,'TY. 0f NEW HANOVER:
Yf:’ is hereby given that I have sold
hereof Posed °r the grocery business
t Fo■ im, vC corducied by me at 1005 North
f u , . Sweet under the name ol T. &
Dl, “Lery: 10 T- Cavenaugh and
n0 Mollie c. Everett, and that I am
bus.nl8er essociated with any grocery
conducted »t said location.
PAUL L. WEBB,
heretofore trading as
T. 6t H. Grocery)
Losses Outweigh Advances
On Quietest Day In Five
Months
MARKETS AT A GLANCE
NEW YORK, Jan. 2—UP)—
Stocks — Mixed; assorted fa
vories in slow rise.
Bonds — Steady; selected
rails advance.
Cotton — Firm; mill buying
against textile orders.
CHICAGO
Wheat — Easy; snow gives
protective covering to crop.
Corn — January strong; CCC
asks offers for January de
livery.
Oats — Mixed; price changes
narrow.
Hogs — Slow early but later
active; 25 cents to $2.00 low
er; top $21.00 paid freely.
Cattle — Fairly active and
steady.
NEW YORK. Jan. 2.— (A5) —The
stock market Thursday greeted the
New Year with a notable lack of
enthusiasm and an irregularly low
er trend in dealings that were
among the slowest of the past six
months.
The proceedings were sluggish
from the start. The first hour’s ag
gregate of 110,000 shares was a low
since July 5 for this period. Early
gains of fractions to 3 points or so
were reduced and losses of as
much predominated at the close.
The pace quickened in the final half
hour when offerings became a bit
more urgent. Transfers for the full
session amounted to 750,0000 shares
compared with 1,820,000 Tuesday
and were the smallest for a full
stretch since Aug. 20.
The Associated Press 60-Stock
Composite was off .5 of a point at
S5.9. In the initial session of 1945
the index lost .4 of a point at 74.8
on volume of 1,050,000 shares.
Thursday’s market lacked breadth,
only 904 issues registering. Of
these, 411 fell and 323 rose.
Among Casualties
In the casualty division were
Schenley. off 4 5-8 points at 50 5-3;
du Pont 2 7-8 at 187 7-8, Johns-Man
ville 2 3-4 at 134, Chrysler 2 at 89
1-2, Southern Railway 1 3-4 at 48
3-4, Western Union “A” 1 1-2 at 19
and U. S. Steel 1 1-4 at 70 1-2.
Others on the offside were
Youngstown Sheet, General Motors,
U. S. Rubber, Sears Roebuck, North
American, Electric Power & Light,
American Can, American Distilling,
Distillers Corp., Southern Pacific,
Northern Pacific and Standard Oil
of Cal., the last-named following an
anti-trust suit 'filed againit this
company.
Thermoid was the first stock to
appear on the New Year’s ticker
tape, up 3-8 at 12 3-8. It ended up
1-8 at 12 1-8 on a day’s total of 200
shares. Eastman Kodak added 2 1-2
at 227, Douglas Aircraft closed at
74, Fajardo Sugar 1 5-8 at 26 7-8
and Goodrich 1 1-2 at 65 1-2. Ahead
wert Bethlehem, Woolworth, Mont
gomery - Ward. American Tele
phone, Sante Fe, Great Northern,
J. C. Penney, Cudahy Packing (on
a pleasing earnings summary),
Reynolds Tobacco “B’’ and Chesa
peake & Ohio.
Bonds Steady
Bonds were steady. Cotton was
up $2 to $2.75 a bale. At Chicao
wheat was off 1-2 to up 1-8 of a cent
a bushel, corn down 5-8 to up 2 3-8
Lower in the Curb were Ameri
can Cyanamid, American Repub
lics, Cities Service, Electric Bond
& Share and Fansteel. Advancers
were Standard Brewin and Marion
Power Shovel. Turnover here was
230,000 shares versus 620,000 in the
preceding session.
STOCK AVERAGES
Compiled by The Associated
Press, Jan. 2.
30 15 15 60
.... Indus Rails Util Stocks
Net change D.5 D.l D.4 D.5
Thursday 90.3 36.4 45.9 65.9
Prev day 90.8 36.5 46.6 66.4
Week ago 90.1 36.6 45.9 65.9
Month ago 8G.5 35.1 44.3 63.4
Year ago 98.8 46.8 51.0 74.6
1946-47 High 110.4 51.2 55.4 82.4
1946-47 Low 82.0 30.9 42.5 59.4
1945 High 102.0 48.9 52.5 77.1
1945 Low 78.6 32.9 39.2 57.8
WHAT STOCKS DID
NEW YORK, Jan. 2 — (A3) —
Thus Tue
Advances ..—. 323 534
Declines __411 307
Unchanged __ • • 170 193
Total issues . 904 1034
STOCKS IN THE SPOTLIGHT
NEW YORK, Jan. 2 — (A3) —
Sales, closing price and net change
of the fifteen most active stocks
Thursday:
Comwlth and Sou 23,200 3%-%.
Socony Vac 15,900 14% no.
Schenley Dist 13,800 505/s-4%.
Radio Keith 13,200 14%-%.
Am Airlines 9,600 9%-%.
Colum G and El 9,200 11%-%
N Y Central 8,900 18-%.
Equitable Off Bldg 8,400 3 up %.
Nat Distill 8,300 21%-%.
Penn R R 8,000 25 % no.
Packard 7,400 6% no.
Gen Motors 6,800 52%-%.
West Union A 6,700 19-1%.
United Corp 6.500 3% no.
Gen Pub Ut 6,100 16% up %.
TREND OF STAPLE PRICES
NEW YORK, Jan. 2 — The As
sociated Press weighted wholesale
price index of 35 commodities
Thursday declined to 167.22.
Previous day 167.80. week ago
169.33, month ago 163.90, year ago
112 33
High 169.72 112.81 108.73 107.54
Low 112.02 107.90 106.03 103.43
(1926 average equlis 100.)
WASHINGTON POULTRY
WASHINGTON—U. S. Grade A
large 52; broilers and fryers 33
to 3t4.
PtfjHAItl Record of Pennsylvania Railroad Stock
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Stock Market Quotations
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
NEW YORK, Jan. 1 _ (J) —
Prev- Yes
ious terday
Close Close
Alleghany . 37/g 3%
A1 Chem and Dye .., - 173
Allis Chal Mfg .... 36% 37
American Can _— 91% 90%
American Car Fdy . . 49% 49%
Amer Roll Mill ... 36% 35
Amer Smelt and Ref . 58% 56
A T and T . ... 171% 171%
American Tobacco B- 82% 83
Anaconda .. 40% 40
Arm 111 .. 14% 137/g
Atlantic Coast Line - 49% 49%
Atlantic Refinery .. 36 35%
Aviation Corporation. 6!4 6%
Baldwin _ 20% 20%
Baltimore and Ohio . 15% 147/g
Barnsdall . 24% 23%
Bendix Aviat _ 37% 37
Beth Steel .. 91 91 Vi
Boeing Airp . 22 21 %
Borden ... 49% 49
Budd Mfg . 12% 12%
Burl Mills .. 19 18%
Bur Add Mach —... 15 15
Cannon Mills . 57 -
Case J I _ 34% 35
Caterpil Trac _ 62% 60
Ches and Ohio. 54 54%
Chrysler ... 91% 89%
Coca Cola —.. 140 -
Cornl Cred __ 45% 48
Coml Solv __ 22% 22 Vi
Comwlth and South . 4 3%
CUUSUi iJUlS ........ L I 78 I
Cons Vultee _ 16 16
Cont Can _ 37% 37%
Corn Prod .. 74% 73%
Curt Wright . 5% 5%
Curt Wright A _ 19% 19
Dow Chem ___ 180 180
Doug Aire 71 % 74
Du Pont _ 19.0% 187%
Eastman Kod ..227
Firestone _ 58% 58
Gen El _35% 35%
Gen Foods _ 43% 43%
Gen Mot .- 52% 52%
Goodrich ..- 64 65%
Goodyear —...- 54% 55
Gt Nor Ry Pf -. 45%' 46%
Int Harvest . 72 71%
Int Tel and Tel .... 16% 16%
Johns Manv . 136% 134
Kennecott __ 52 51%
Ligg and M B -.... 97% 98%
Loews .... . 25%
Lockheed __... - 18%
Lorillard .. 21 21%
Mont Ward --. 61 60%
Nash Kelv . 14% 14%
Nat Bis . 28 28%
Nat Cash Reg _ 39 37%
Nat Dist _--21%
N Y Cent .. 18 18
No Am Av . 93/4 9%
No Pac __- - 20%
Packard __ 6% 63A
Param Pic .— 32V4 32%
Penney J C . 44 46
Penn R R ___ 25% 25%
Pepsi Cola .. 25% 25%
Phillips Pet —. 58 57%
Pitt S and B . . 73/4
Pullman .. .. 543/4
Pure Oil ___ __ 24
Radio .-. 9% 9%
Radio K O .. 153% 14%
Rem Rand ..._ _ 38
Repub Stl .. 2814 27
Reynolds B ..—_ 41% 42%
Sears ... 38% 38%
Soc Vac .. 14% 14%
Soc Pac -... 45% 44%
Soc Ry -- 50% 48%
Std Br . 35% 36
Std Oil N J __ 69 69
Stewart War 17%
Swift ..—- 34%
Tex Co . 59% 59%
Un Carb .. 96 96%
Unit Airl -—_ _ 2314
Unit Aire ._... . 18
Unit Corp . 3% 3%
Unit Drug _... 11 11
Unit Fruit _—- 50
Unit Gas Imp ...... 23% 23%
U S Indus Chem_ __ 45
U S Rubber . 53% 52%
U S Smelt and Ref . . 50% 48%
U S Steel .. 72% 70%
Vanadium 19 18%
Va Caro Chem .... 6%
Warner Pie _.... 17% 17%
West Un A . 21% 19
West El -. 25% 24%
Woolworth .— 46% 47
CURB
Can Marconi . 2% 2%
Cities Service 2714 26%
Colon Dvmt - 3% 3%
El Bond and Share .. 17% 16%
BOND QUOTATIONS
NEW YORK, Jan. 2 — {JP) —
A T and S F 4s 95 -_ 129%
B and O 4s 48 .... 96
Can Pac 4s Perp .. 105
C and E I Inc 97 _ 39%
C R I and P R 4s 34 .. 49%
Hud C 5s 62. 83%
Hud-Man 5s 57 _ 57
Ills-Cent 4%s 66 .79%
Int G N 6s 52 .. 25%
M K and T - A J 5s 67 . 77%
Mo P F 4s 75 .37
NYC R R 4s 2013 . 83%
Nor Pac 4%s 2047 .. 97%
Penn R R G 4%s 65 _ 117
West Md 4s 52 _ 105
FOREIGN BONDS
Aust 5s 55 _ 109%
Braz 6%s 26-57 ....-_ 62%
FOREIGN EXCHANGE
NEW YORK, Jan. 2 — (£>) —
Closing foreign exchange rates fol
low (Great Britain in dollars,
others in cents):
Canadian dollar in New York
open market 4% per cent discount
or 95.25 U. S. cents, up Vi of a
cent.
Europe: Great Britain $4.03 3-16.
unchanged; France (Franc) .84ys,
unchanged; Sweden (Krona) 27.85,
unchanged; Switzerland (Franc)
(Com’l) 23.40, unchanged.
LATIN AMERICA: Argentina
Free 24.49, unchanged; Brazil
Free 5.50, unchanged; Mexico 20.
63, unchanged.
RALEIGH POULTRY
RALEIGH, Jan. 2—(A5)— (NCT>A)
—Egg and poultry markets steady:
U. S. Grade AA large 55; fryers
and broilers 33 to 35.
DAILY CROSSWORD
ACROSS 4. Mix without 22. Macaws
1. Mineral order 23. Story
springs 5. Aloft 25. One's part
5. Eskimo 6. Dejected ner in
tools 7. Swiss marriage
9. To shatter canton 26. Like
10. Harbors 8. Fibrous copper
12. A fine gauze 9. Pierce, as 27. Allied
14. Telegraph with a knife 29. Rebuff
15. High 11. Becomes 31. Neuter
(Mus.) aware of pronoun
16. Obese 13. Nobleman 32. Ovules
18. At home 17. Music 33. Taverns
19. Exist note 36. A celestial
20. Peoples of 20. Biblical body
Africa name 38. Epoch
23. High 21. Sects 39. Coin (Peru)
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