The Akron Beacon Journal from Akron, Ohio on May 30, 1974 · Page 32
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B12 Akron Beacon Journal (M(ney Hates') Thursday. May 30, l!i7j (.gh Lc Lai' C.r ; s Ok' -rq T Complete Lale P rices NEW YORK (AP) Exchange noon prices. American Stock Sales Net P-Elhds)High Low Last Chg. AAV Cos .25 1 1 i'-t 5V 5"e- Vt Acme Prec 3 3 P'e r-s i't ' Adam Russl 5 3 1 15 1 ' ArjobeOiIGs 12 11 Vt 7H 7-- Vj AiEPIast P 3 3 2'i 7'2 J i ... Aerodex Inc .. 1 l' l''t 1''b f8 AeroF!0.15e 3 3 3l 3t 3H .. Aerosol ..11 1 1 1 ''B At'lPub 21e 4 5 7". T't 7''a- ' Alter Six .10 1 7 3-4 3i J.... A. Ken Ind 4 1 7,s V t Tt- V. Airborn Frt 5 8 5 b 5 5' 9 . . . Airpax J5t 4 1 ht 5 5. .. AiaxMaon 1 5 1 18 18' 18;4- 'It Aiasha Airl 17 7 i'-i 4 5 4'i ... Aiba Waidn .. 16 2 2 2 - "b AMegriy Airl 5 2 e' 6"e 6'b- '' Allied Art 5 5 2 3 2- Vbi Allied Cntrl 8 2 10-s lOMi Altec Corp 33 16 1 1 1 ... Alcoa p(3.75 .. zlOO 4514 AS'n 45-li-t- V Amco Ind 4 7 3'.j 3H 3Hi- V6 AHessLL wt .. 39 ft 44 4Vj- Vsi AmAgroncs 4 2 24 21 2H.....' AmBiltrt .50 4 2 6Va 6"s 6V8 Vs AMai!eA.40 5 xl 6'. i'lt J1'..... 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Marindu B 12 72 4' 4'a 4"a Mark Contrl 6 2 51 51 51- Va MaterRe .20 9 5 9' 9 9 - v2 MaulBro .10 .-. 3 3"a 3"a 3' Va Maulel.l7e 2 I Wt 10' 105 V4 McCull Oil 20 34 5 4'b 5 V Mclntsh.32 3 4 4"4 4S 45' Means FW 1 5 4 9'8 9i 934- 'It Medaln Leis 3 1 2-4 1"t 2'4 Medenco .12 6 2 55 5s 5s- Ve Megolntlln.. 1 2 2 2 Meridln .061 .. 4 It ' H Metrocare 3 7 2'2 2"2 2V2 Mich Genl 3 12 2 2 MichSu 10a 4 21 6' 4 534 6V4 i'4 Milgo Elect 4 22 10 934 9-'-4- 16 MoKanTxct. 3 101 10' 10"b 16 Mitchell En 8 6 18 '4 18' 2 18-2- '.1 Mile Cp .16 6 6 5' a 5 5 - Ve Molvcrp wt 42 7'. 71 71- ' Mooa 20h 4 3 8 8 8 Morion S . 32 5 2 3' 3' 2 VI MPO Video 4 l a l-a l'a MultiAm .20 6 I 6' 9 6' a 6' b N Distr .10e 4 I 4 b 4' b 4ia NKinney Cp 20 10 I'i 6'4 iVi- NMedEn .12 2 5 4 a 4 8 458 NatinwH 20 5 1 5'b 5' 5'8 Va Neisner joe 3 I 9 .4 934 934- t NENuclr .30 17 1 35' 2 35' 2 35"2- '12 Newldria M 6 13-16 1316 13-16-1-16 NMex Ari! 74 3 14' 14'b 14 b 1 Newpark Rs 6 3 2 2 2 N Proc .35e 7 21 5'a 53.4 5'8- ' NYTimes.60 7 59 13-4 12'4 12 a 1 NiagFSv .26 4 1 6"4 6'4 634 V NJBPrl.55e.. 1 5' j 5''2 5' 2 Norlek Inc . 5 2 25a 2's 2a NorCdn Oils 8 19 3'-4 35b 35bI-I6 NNGMob wt ,. 20 T t 1 T t . . 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Corn No. 2 yellow 2.58' j. Oats No. 2 extra heavy white 1 .484. Soybeans No. I yellow 5.51. No. 2 yellow corn Tuesday was quoted at 2.7034. Goin By DEIRDKE DONNELLY Associated Press Business Writer NEW YORK Newsprint producers have redirected tight paper supplies into a world auction in search of the highest bidders. And the move is causing concern in the newspaper publishing business. In the United States, newsprint now costs $213 per ton, up from $175 per ton a year ago. A ton makes about 7,000 copies of a 24-page paper. Some major suppliers of the U. S. companies have already announced that the price will go up again this Summer. HAROLD ANDERSON, chairman of the American Newspaper Publishers Association (ANPA), says price increases already have upset the normal cycle of doing business and additional hikes would cause "enormous budgetary problems" for American newspapers. The United States is by far the world's biggest consumer of newsprint, using 11 million tons annually. Japan, the No. 2 consumer, uses 2.4 million tons a year. In Europe, producers are successfully charging about $300 a ton and more for newsprint this year, compared with $200 a year ago. In South America, the price averages about $350 a ton; in the Middle East and India, prices for paper ranges up to $500 a ton; and in East Africa, where publishers pay the highest prices in the world, Canadian and Scandinavian producers command $700 a ton while black market brokers do a lively business at up to $840 a ton. WHAT EFFECT has the soaring prices had on newspapers? , A number of American papers have had to boost new-stand and subscription rates. Most newspapers have found that by raising new-stand prices and advertising g To Highest Bidders rates which has happened worldwide in the last few m o n t h s they can stay afloat and make some, if a diminished, profit. WHILE THE 14 major publicly held U. S. newspaper companies showed substantial earnings increases last year, ranging up to the 47 pet. increase posted by the New York Times, earnings in the first quarter of 1974 were uniform as advertising volume dropped off with the downturn in the economy. The outlook for this year is uncertain, according to John Morton, an analyst with Dela-field Childs Inc., institutional stockbrokers. "The big city papers like the Washington Post and New York Times are fairly sensitive to swings in the economy and earnings may be flat or slightly down this year. But the others are pretty resistent to downswings," Morton says. After years of ample newsprint at stable prices, the sudden rise in prices has caused a storm of criticism from publishers accusing pro- AC&Y Gets Safety Award Because of its safety performance in 1973, the Akron, Canton & Youngstown Railroad Co. is the recipient of the E. H. Harriman Certificate of Commendation Award. The presentation was made to K. B. Chilcot, president and chief executive officer, at ceremonies in Washington by the E. H. Harriman Memorial Awards Institute selection committee. Chilcot was ac- companied by A. L. McCune, ' manager of transportation who is chairman of the railroad's safety program. The AC&Y last won the award for an outstanding safety performance in 1967. . (Treasury ISo.kIs) NEW YORK (AP)-Closing Counter U.S. Treasury Bi Wednesday. Rate Mat. date Bid Asked Bi 3"S Nov 1974 97 26 98 2 4s Feb H80 81 30 82 14 3V2S Nov 1980 78 0 79 0 7s Aug 1981 95 8 96 8 6s Feb 1982 92 0 93 0 3'4S Jun 1978-83 72 12 73 12 6HlS Aug 1984 91 30 92 30 3'4S May 1985 72 0 73 0 4'4s May 75 22 76 22 6 sS Nov 1986 89 16 90 16 3' 2S Feb 1990 71 24 72 24 4 4S Aug 1937-92 72 2 73 2 4s Feb 1988-93 72 0 73 0 64S Feb 1993 St. 20 87 20 7 2S Aug 1998-93 94 12 94 28 4 s May 1989-94 71.28 72 28 8 2S May 1994-99 103 0 103 16 3s Feb 1995 71 24 72.24 7s May 1993-98 89 4 90 4 3v2s Nov 1998 71.24 72.24 Over-the- onds tor d Chg Yid 8 27 7 87 7 69 7 69 7 59 7 33 7 37 6 78 7 39 7.30 6 25 6 86 6 52 8 04 8.03 6 59 8.17 5.16 7 93 555 Corporate Dividends DIVIDENDS DECLARED ' P- Stk. ot Pay- Pate nod Record able INCREASED Bohemia Inc ... .15 .. 6-12 2-3 Booth News paP . .25 6-21 7-1 Criterion Ins .... .30 S 610 6-28 Justin ind .. .... .10 .. 6-28 7-10 L.te Ins Co Ga .. 15 6-7 6-14 Oglebay Norton . .60 6-10 6-13 Tenn Val BancrO 20 6-26 7-1 J STOCK 1 Cil'I UtilS A . 4 2pc 6-7 6-28 Eairnel Corp () 6 12 7-5 li) 3 lor 2 stock sphl Frosnillo Co 5pr 6-12 719 INITIAL Eatmet new lb 612 7-5 OovtEmpl LHns n 10 S 6-10 6 28 Philip Morris new 70 6-17 7-12 RESUMED Sierracin Cp 05 6-28 7-26 REGULAR Am Control Ind 01 Q 6-3 6-15 Angelica Cp . 0J O 6-15 6-29 Ansiar tnc ..HQ 6-11 7-2 Beneficial Cp 3125 O 610 6-30 Bunker-Ramo . .10 O 612 6-30 Charter Bancshrs .08 O 6 14 6 28 ChaseConv FdBos .06 M 6 21 7-12 CoCaC BottNY .. .10 O 612 6-28 Conwood CP .... 50 O 6-11 71 Creditthritt Fin .105 Q 6 14 71 Rate . .30 . .05 . .63 .. .10 20 .20 Crown Zell Can Decorator Indus . 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I A f J 4 I Nortnern uno s largest Ana rtnest f A B Business Supply Center Ml J 800 South Broadway, 535-3163 Open Daily 8:30 To 5 Saturdays Till 1 ducers of sfroriR-arm tactics, artificial shortages and excessive profits. DOES A shortage situation exist? In the United States supplies have held steady for the past few months after the big crunch brought on by strikes in Canada last year. In most countries these days, though, unsold newspapers are carefully collected and sold to mills to be recycled into newsprint or other paper products. In Asia, newspapers are rented to save newsprint and middle sections frequently disappear to reappear on the black market, publishers there say. Brazilian publishers, who say one reason for the paper shortage is the extra newsprint used by U. S. publishers to cover the Watergate affair, have reportedly lined up an extra 10,000 tons of newsprint to cover the World Soccer Cup matches there in June. HAS SUPPLY been cut by producers to raise prices? According to the Canadian Pulp and Paper Association (CPPA), which keeps tabs on world supplies, world production from a noncrisis year in 1972 to a crisis year in 1973 increased from 23.1 million tons annually to 23.8 million tons, about 4 pet. the same normal growth level the industry has maintained for years. WHEN THEN the bind? World consumption, estimated by the CPPA, has been growing slightly faster than 4 pet. per year. Industry analysts for several years fore cast that the market balance would shift in favor of the suppliers in 1975. Due to the labor strikes which crippled production at the largest Canadian mills for about three months last Summer, 500,000 tons of production were lost just enough to tip that balance a year and a half earij. This year, the supply will run about 26.7 million tons, according to the CPPA, worldwide demand is estimated to hit 26.8 million tons as publishers continue to rebuild their inventories depleted during that strike. IN CANADA, where about one-third of the world's newsprint is produced, fuel costs have tripled in six months, adding $10 or more to the cost of making a ton of newsprint. Wood prices and freight rates have nearly doubled in many cases, and labor costs have risen nearly 20 pet. since last Summer's strike settlement. And inflationary erosion of the U. S. dollar and other currencies keeps biting into the mills receipts. NEW YORK (AP) - Thursday noon for-e,c,' -'Cn nine in :torclr'. :,nu aecmials ot a dollar. New York prices 7 hu ed Argentina peso 1025 .105 Australia dcl'ar i ,5925 1 4925 Austria schilling 05J5 .0565 Belqium franc .026255 .026500 Brazil cruzeiro I55O .1550 Britain pound 2 340 2.1940 30-day futures 2.3896 2.3890 60-day futures 2 3835 2.38J0 90-day lutures 2.3757 2.3775 Canada in NY 1.0400 1.0395 Colombia peso .0415 .0415 Denmark krone .16 70 France franc .7015 '200 Holland guilder ,3750 ,3760 Honq Konn dollar .2:V3 .2000 Israel pound .2400 .2400 l,'ay lira Oj1.55S .031575 Japan yen 001565 .00756B Mexico peso .0801 .0301 Norway krone .15.15 ig Portugal escudo .0408 0408 South Africa rand 1.4935 1 4915 Spain Peseta .0174 0174 Switzerland franc .3350 .3390 Sweden krona .231 n 2310 Venezuela bolivar .2350 .2350 W. Germany mark .3945 .3995 Metal MarkeT) NEW YORK (AP) Pittsburgh scrap steel No, 1 heavy was quoted Thursday by Iron Age at $89.00-90.00. Spot nonferrous metal prices Thursday: copper 803s-82 cents lb., Connecticut Valley; lead 21'j cents lb.; zinc 34'2-35 cents lb., delivered; tin S4.27 lb.. New York; gold $155.80 per troy oz.. New York; silver $4,750 per troy oz., New York; quicksilver $300.00 nominal per im, new Turk. jtii f iwitn'l lifi iiMiniiinrii iiiiiii rjMMlIllliJl k ! KARATE JUDO KUNG-FU r?fTr4l JIU-JITSU HAPKID0 1 fj'pV .jii.widJd.chomp,.r, 1 p:rrff;ei 5 Tim.i Korean Champion " ?.'ljm$i&'Hmmm 5 4- 6lhDgrto Black Belt Judo I li4T" 1 . k 6th Drgre. Block Bell Korot. 1 g 'fjU'SsJi 1 I 26 yean p. in Martial Am tt"!tui.'. 'I "1 " 2693 STATE ROAD STATE ROAD SHOPPING CENTER Open 10-9, Mon. thru Sat.; Sun. 12-5 BankAmericard CZIZI I STAMBAUGH'S Buy! i DO IT YOURSELF HEADQUARTERS BUILDING MATERIALS HARDWARE ELECTRICAL LAWN I GARDEN PLUMBING FLOOR TILE ETC. 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