Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 1, 1963 · Page 23
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WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY f, (963 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 25 NEW YORK STOCK LIST DOW-JONES CLOSING STOCK AVERAGES Quoted 10 Industrial 719.67 20 Rails 164.28 t* Utilities 138.67 Sales--5,060,000. Today's Closing Prices Change A1.97 A .50 D .27 ACF '^ ACITK Mkti Acme 511 jidams Ex Atmlr»l A«rxiulP A [ r Control Air Prod Air R«I UC AJ Indus! 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Blough says he hopes the steel i n d u s t r y will get through expected wage contract negotiations this summer without a strike. Blough, board chairman of U. S. Steel Corp., said he expects "serious discussions" with union leaders to begin this month. Apprehension over a possible strike prompted a flood of orders from big steel users and sent production spiraling upward without interruption in the last 13 weeks. Asked about prospects, Blough said yesterday: "1 always hope there will be a satisfactory solution to both sides without any work stoppage." I n f o r m a l union-industry talks have been proceeding through a joint human rela- t i o n s research committee meeting in Pittsburgh. Blough made it clear he thinks they can blossom into serious bargaining with no formal notice of a 1962 wage 4 17% 17% 17V. t 'A IJ 33% 33W 33'A - % 2 49% 49% 49% + 1/4 39 24V4 25 3 -4 26V4 +1% 12 43rt 43'A 43'/i ..... 94 25 24 24'A -f 'A 24 14% 14% 14% - 'A 3S 22% 22% 22% ..... 24 4% 4 4 ..... 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W 27% 24% 27 4- Vt 14 2S'A 75 25'A + % 37 49% 49 49'A 4- Vt 25 45% 45'A 65% 4- Vt 4 44 43 14 13 : W 9 44% 44 22 SXVj 54 54 24 24 15% 24 4- Vt 10 8 7'A r/t 24 5'A 5'A 5'A 4- V. 8 13% 13% 13% - Vt 4.3 28 27'/3 27% 4- Vt 11 37 34 37 +1 15 49 48 Vj 49 + Vi 3 32% 32'A 37% + V. 4 10 10 10 51 34 35% 34 4- % 43 44% 45% 45% - % 34 3«% 38'A 38'A -- Vt 5 35% 3S'A 35'A - Vt 73 30'A 30% 305'. 4 / Vt 103 31'A 30'/z 31'A T % Xdl34 34'A 35% 35% 11 31'/ 31'A 31 Vj -- 'A 44 48% 47'A 47'A -- "A 100 58?'. 58 58'A - 'A I 8% 8% 8% S 37 34'A 37 4- % 13 4PA 4)IV. 41'/4 4- Vt 18 31 30% 31 4- Vt t 59'A 58% SS% 34 44 44'A 45% +1% 10 73'A 73 Vj 73 Vi - Vt 14 32'A 33'A 37Vj - % 3 102 101'A 101 Wl - Vj 3 10% 10'A 10'/7 - Vt X - Y - Z Xerox Cp 45 179'A 177'A 177'A - Vt YaleiTow 44 30','. 30% 30% 4- Vt Ynasl ShS.T 34 100'A 99% 100'A 4- % Ynost S Dr 14 23% 33'A 23'A - % Zenith R 189 58'A 57'A 57'A 4- Vi Steel Users Swarrm Mills With Orders 43ft 44 13V4 13V4 - 44% + 1/4 NEW YORK -- (/P) -- Steel ducer mills have turned down some cent. June orders because the buying rush is overwhelming, Iron Age said today. The trade publication said that, since the stee! price increase, orders have jumped substantially as buyers hedged against a possible steel strike. Steel users apparently are convinced that price increases make re-opening of the steel labor contract inevitable, according to Iron Age, and businessmen are of the opinion that the United Steelworkers Union will be a lot tougher to bargain with. Few if any steel users are reported shut out in June, but many, including the largest auto makers, are not getting their inventories built up to desired levels. "For all intents and purposes," said Iron Age, "cold- rolled sheet, galvanized wide plate and some coated products are virtually sold out for the second quarter. Now, unless there is an unexpected turn for the better in steel labor, July looks like another big month in steel production." Sheet mills are reported operating at 100 per cent of capacity with orders coming in at a rate that would exceed capacity. contract reopening as provided for in that agreement. The industrialist said he feels recent price rises on certain steel products will have little effect on the bargaining outcome. "This price change alone isn't going to do what is necessary to correct the problems of the steel industry," Blough said. "I think the union understands this." United Steelworkers President David J. McDonald said in Pittsburgh yesterday no decision has been made on whether to reopen contracts with the basic steel industry. Just before the news conference, U. S. Steel disclosed that January-March quarter profits were the lowest for the first quarter of any year since 1948. They amounted to $29,918,774, or 44 cents a share of common stock, against $55,808,436, or 91 cents a share, in the comparable 1962 period. This yield fell six cents a share short of covering "Big Steel's" regular quarterly dividend despite a reduction of the payment to 50 cents from 75 cents a share last October. Of major steel concerns, only National Steel Corp. reported a gain in first quarter profits. Earnings of Bethlehem Steel Co., the No. 2 producer, plummeted 50 per Blough had sharp words for an appraisal by Secretary of Commerce Luther H. Hodges of Blough's role in events leading up to the clash over steel prices in April 1962. The U.S. Stee! chief called some of Hodge's statements in a book, "The Business Conscience," published last week, "misleading and inaccurate." The commerce secretary accused Blough of dishonest silence in omitting any mention of plans to raise prices when the administration was putting pressure on the United Steelworkers Union in interests of a "moderate" wage contract settlement in Marcli 1962. Blough said he was "surprised and disappointed" at such talk from an official who has the job of promoting understanding between the government and business. Selected Blue Chips Help Market NEW YORK -- UP) -- The stock market closed higher today under the leadership of selected blue chips. Trading was active. The market was higher all day but reached its peak in mid afternoon. Some of the best prices were pared thereafter. Steels, most of them up in early trading, softened in the afternoon, some taking fractional losses. Gains of a point or better were held by American Telephone, General Electric, and Chrysler. General Foods and Federal- Mogul-Bower raised their dividends and each advanced point or so. The general background o: news was considered favorable. Recovery Continues Unabated NEW YORK-- iff}--Indus- rials led the way to a con- inued stock market recovery arly this afternoon In active ra cling. Steels, motors, chemicals, airlines, and nonferrous metals were generally higher. Gains of key stocks were mainly fractional, some stretching to a point or so. The list was continuing its recovery of yesterday which r ollowed two sessions of irregular decline. The rise was accompanied reports that the recent increase in stee! prices have led to higher prices in many related products and that new orders received by manufacturers in March rose to a record. DRYGOODS TREASURY POSITION In his first comment on mid-April selective price revisions, Blough credited the Kennedy administration with a "more equitable" response than a year ago when across- the-board increases initiated by Blough were sought. Then, the hikes were withdrawn under heavy administration pressure. This time the administration adopted a much more restrained attitude. Blough characterized the increases of two weeks ago as "very modest." He said U.S. Steel's first quarter earnings showed they were not only necessary, but "vital." In January-March 1960 U.S Steel cleared $112.6 million or nearly four times the profit of the quarter endec March 31. WASHINGTON, May 1 OT--The cash position of the treasury compared with corresponding date a y e a r ago: April 26, 1943 April 24, 196? Balance: S 5.910,6*7,17/.17 J 5,308,072,721.26 Deposits fiscal year July 1: $ 87.694,673,561.69 S 79,873,835,085.01 Withdrawals fiscal y e a r : $ 98,I33,97«,585.U S W,03!,M,205.20 Total debt: (x) $303,948,657.072.BO S297^17,983,59.94 Gold a s s e t s : J 15,877,382,871.90 $ 16,.«4,«6,H2.CM (x) Includes $368,741,039.15 debt not sublect to statutory limit. NEW Y O R K , May 1 M»t--The cotto textile market turned quiet today. Mills reported a s c a t t e r e d business In print cloths and other constructions. Orders for wool goods w e r e light. Business in synthetic goods was scattered. METALS NEW YORK, May \ (,T_Spot nonferrous metal prices today: Copper 31 cants a pound, Connecticut Valley. Lead 10'A cents a pound, New York. 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San O Imper Schenley Schcrloo Schkk Schlmbgr Scott Pap ScrewQolt Scab AL RR S««b Flnnn Sean Rotb Servel Shnm OG Sharon Stl Shell Oil Shell Iron Sionodr S Simmons S Sinclair Slrtgor Mf 3? 78% 77V4 114 29 KV, 43 73Vj 73 18 3Mt 36 26 35/i 35 Vt 35 30-H 30V. 60 43'/i 40'/4 Q It (,3V- R 13? 65V. 1 79 Vi 23 - VI 78 -t- Vt ?a 3 /4 - Vt 13Vt 36Vt 35'/. 4- Vt 30V, + Vt 42 Vt 63Vi -H'/j 44% 79'A 64V-; 79 1/4 4 Mi +· Vt 10 41 36 7 t J6Vn 36','n -110 17^b 17'/4 mti ..... 17 43 41 4I" 3 - Jfe 135 71V, 29','. 29H I- ih S6 23H 22'i 22W - Vt 7 41!i 41 !» 41H - 1,4 171 mi - Vi 9'/» 10 + U. 38Vl MVi - '/l 44'/ 3 44V* 44Vt - Vt 44Vi 44V.' ... . ISVi 35W 28tt 28V. + '/i 45'. 44H 44ft + Vt 14V. 14 14 -- i,tj 5' SVi SH ... 6H» S94i S9?'« + H 45'/4 4iH + '/k 25 75 "4 + Vt 32'/i 32'/« + % 39V4 ' CHICAGO, May 1. (JV--Prices shifted generally within a narrow range either way of previous closes In rather quiet dealings today on the board of trade. May wheat encountered a lltlle more resistance after two successslve broad advances and traded both easier and firmer on moderate flurries of protll cashing and short covering. Soybeans rallied somewhat after a slightly easier opening as soybean oil 2nd soybean meal developed a firmer tone. Export buying strengthened corn. Wheat closed *i cent a bushel lower to Vi higher. May H.llV.-'/t; corn Vt to Vt higher, May S1.17',.-IB; oats unchanged to % higher, May 695B- 3 ,. cents; rve unchanged to IV. higher, May tl.W.l-tt; soybeans Vt to IV. Higher, May J2.591s-'A. 44 5 74 II 16 4«« 33 35'/. 74 29/4 103 27 140 108 6H» 21 4Hi » 75 1 . 15 32 7 /. 17 39'4 9 12IV7 119V7 71 195 49'i 42 27'7 6 17V. 52 12V. 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Low Close 7.13 2.11% 3.11%.^« I.IS'A 1.87'A 1.88V.-% l.S9'A 1.89'A 1.89% 1.94V. l.?3V4 1.94 1.94'A 1.93% 1.94Vj .WV4 .671/7 .48V. l.TSVi K27V« 1.28H l.?7Vi 1.29H 1.17V4-IJ 1.19'A-W 1.17'/i 1.14'A l.W/4 .49*VV Faster billing, faster collection on credit sales Credit, sales are processed and billed virtually the same day with DATA- PHONE SERVICE. All information is punched onto tape, transmitted to a central accounting office where it is translated into invoice form by business machines. "Instant Inventory" minimizes paper work, keeps trucks rolling When the i n f o r m a t i o n on inventory cards is processed onto punched tape, all needs (items, sizes, prices, etc.) are transmitted to a regional warehouse by DATA-PHONE SERVICE. Benefits include faster deliveries, balanced stocking, closer control, better auditing--all with enormous savings in time. I 1.7SV4 1.28'/4 1.33'/. 30 41 77"! 34 19% 13 34 + V. »Vt 42 41 31'A 71'A 41"] 41% 24"j 24V. 3 4 ' 7 24% 34% 35 44 46 4- V, i LI. -- ' 7 70 70 - July AUQ Sep Nov Jan Mar 5V« 2,5« J.59V.-V7 2.59',,-iOV. l.t\Vt 2.59','. 2.61-60'/« 3.54V4-V. 2.5911 J.JI'A 2.59^-i/j l.Mt-Vt 2.51'.'7 3.49V. 2,5Hk 2.48V.-W 2.49V4 2.47'/i 3.491/4 3.51".-^ 3.51'» 3.51'/4 2.52','.-^ 7.54H 2.55 1 i 3.54',^ 2.55',i COTTONSEED MEAL MEMPHIS, April 30 W)--Cottonseed meal bulk, future nuotatlons, prime 41 per cent protein bailt: May 60.00-61.00, Jul 62.0043.00, Sep 55.0054.00, Oct 55.00-56.00, Dec 56.00-J7.00, Jan J6.jD-37.!0. High-speed DATA-PHONE SERVICE keeps plants in closer touch R e g i o n a l plants exchange livestock market, prices and receipts, aales and i n v e n t o r y data t w i c e d a i l y . DATA- PHONE SERVICE speeds communication, keeps plant managers informed, saves money by elimihatinp employee overtime formerly needed t.o transmit d a t a at. slower speeds. 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