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w't''ipi iy w nvti rrw p y 1 '"" :42-RENO EVENING GAZETTE APRIL 12 ,1967 3rea Deaths Death Notices AOLITOR Frtd Molitor. Services i Thursday 1 p.m. at the Home Chapel f Ross, Burxe , unooie ntorrusry, I Private cremation. iuGHTOWER Calvin Hlahtower, Ser- vices pending Rom. Burke It Knobel r -unortuar y. WOLITOR Fred Molltor. Services aHlhursday 1 p.m. at the Home Chapel rlvate cremation. PARR ELL Thomas Farrell. Beloved father of Mrs. George vucanovlch, "Wrs. Jerome Naleid, Stephen Farrell, ViMd Lt. Col. Peter Farrell U.S. Army. r4tTvice Monday, :4S a.m. at the Chapel. Arlington National Cemetery, fort Meyers, Virginia Ross, Burke & 60OD Maud Good Beloved wife of r"C!lff, sister of waiter warren, pri-vete services Thursday 11:00 A.M. at I the Home Chapel of Ross, Burke & Knobel Mortuary. Private cremation. jFARRELL Thomas Farrell. Beloved "T father of Mrs. George vucanovicn, t TMrs. Jerome Naleid, Stephen Farrell, I -rvd Lt. Col. Peter Farrell U.S. Army, x Services Monday, 9:45 a.m. at the uiapei, Arlington National cemetery, I' Fort Meyers, Virginia Ross, Burke & (-aywoei Mortuary in cnarge. kCard of Thanks WE WISH TO EXPRESS our sincere thanks and appreciation to our many frienJs who were so kind to us during 4tir recent bereavement. m Family of Donald Jones hri$tensen Infant Lnnettt Christens en, infant flwighter of Mr. and Mrs LJoyd Christensen died shortly iter birth Monday. Her par- Wfts reside at 624 Yukon Drive, Jn Valley. Survivors other than her par- ifnts are grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Christensen of Eu gene, Ore, ' and Mr. and Mrs (Clarence Breimon of Reno. A graveside service will be Held in Our Mother of Sorrows Cemetery Thursday at 3 p.m. Ross, Burke and Knobel Mor tuary is in charge of arrange ments. p ! Thomas F. Ferrell fA funeral service will be held Jat Font Meyers, Va., for Thorn- ws F. Farrell, who died in a JReno hospital Monday, (-"Burial will be in the Arling ton National Cemetery. , Farrell died Tuesday In a 'Reno hospital. He lived at 280 Island Ave. He had an exten sive military record, and was a Retired major-general in the XLS. Army. He is survived by his daugh ters, Mrs. George Vucanovich of Reno and Mrs. Jerome Nal- Jeld of Virginia; and two sons, X2. Col. Peter Farrell of the U. S. Army and Stephen Farrell of New York. Ross, Burke and Knobel Mor tuary is in eharge of local ar-rngements. m 5red Molitor r -.Fred Molitor, 59, of 917 16th St., Sparks, died Sunday in a Tteno hospital. I A native of Kansas, Molitor Resided in Sparks for five years find was employed as a maintenance man at the Sparks Nug get. - He is survived by his widow, Billie, and by a daughter, Frei- da Crawford, of Oregon; brother, Lawrence, also of Ore gon. sFuneral services will be con- 3ucted at 1 p.m. Thursday in me Ross, Burke & Knobel Mor tuary. Rev. Henry Jesse will pfficate. c-Burial will be in the Mountain View Cemetery. WEATHER u. Eagle Valley Wafer Study Ready H L P 41 33 .03 37 22 .10 43 32 41 28 .10 31 23 45 28 .03 41 33 .10 55 32 .03 39 29 .50 43 25 .15 48 29 .27 51 31 ,02 56 43 M 31 32 24 35 23 .15 32 22 (Information as furnished by the , S. Weather Bureau at the Rena Municipal Airport. Temperatures high and low for 24 hours ending at 10 a.m. April 12.) Nevada-California Stations Reno Austin Battle Mountain Carson Elko Ely Fallon Las Vegas Lovelock Tonopan Winnemucca Bishop Sacrament Susanville Tahoe Airport Truckee Tahoe City FORECASTS RINO AND VICINITY Partlv rtmtftu with a few snow showers mainly near the mountains. Clearing this evening and increasing ciouainess again on Thursday. Rain or snow showers late Thuruiv evening, with rising daytime temperatures, and colder nights. The expected high today, 55, me low, 20, with the expected high to Thursday, 60. MnuE buin partly cloudy with few snow shower and clearing to- lOht With snow hpainnina Attain late Thursday afternoon. Warmer days, but colder nights. The expected high today, 38 to 45, the low tonight, 0 to 10, with the expected high on Thursdav. 40 WESTERN NEVADA Partly cloudy wo,, viwMim lomgm, wnn scattered snow showers today, mostly cloudy Thursday with a chance of occasional snow In the north portion. SIERRA NEVADA - Partly cloudy today and tonight with a chance of a icw snow snowers toaay and snow or rain likely Thursday north of Yosemlte, with the snow level at 5,000 to 4,000 feet. Slightly warmer temperatures. SOUTHERN NEVADA - Variable cloudiness with scattered snow showers today and a chance of isolated thunder storms. Strong gusty winds and clear tonight. Colder. EASTERN NEVADA - Scattered snow or rain snowers today with partial clearing tonigfit and Thursday. Warmer daytime temperatures. PRECIPITATION July 1 to date, 7.16. Last year to date, 5.59. Normal July to date, 5.96. SUNSET today, 6:34 p.m. SUNRISE Thursday, 5:25 a.m. The Weather Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr. Albany, clear 40 23 .. Albuquerque, clear 73 51 .. Atlanta, cloudy .... 80 57 .. Bismarck, cloudy .. 61 42 .. Boise, cloudy 56 36 Boston, clear 42 27 Buffalo, cloudy .... 36 23 Cincinnati, clear ... 52 30 Cleveland, clear ... 38 25 Denver, rain 73 37 Boston, clear 42 27 Buffalo, cloudy .... 36 23 Chicago, cloudy .... 48 35 Cincinnati, clear ... 52 30 Cleveland, clear ... 38 25 Denver, rain 73 37 Des Moines, rain .. 55 43 Detroit, clear 44 23 Fairbanks, cloudy . 32 21 Fort Worth, cloudy 75 70 Helena, cloudy .... 54 34 Honolulu, cloudy ... 81 65 Indianapolis, clear . 54 32 Jacksonville, cloudy 89 68 Juneau, cloudy .... 38 30 Kansas City, rain .. 66 51 Los Angeles, cloudy 58 46 Louisville, clear ... 58 38 Memphis, cloudy . Miami, clear Milwaukee, cloudy Mpls.-St.P., cloudy New Orleans, clear 82 58 New York, clear ... 48 29 Okla. City, rain .... 75 59 3.00 Omaha, rain 62 44 .36 Philadelphia, clear 50 29 Phoenix, clear 81 43 Pittsburgh, clear .. 48 25 Ptlnd, Me., cloudy . 41 22 Ptlnd, Ore., cloudy 65 39 Rapid City, clear .. 70 42 Richmond, clear ... M M St. Louis, cloudy ... 55 45 Salt Lk. City, rain . 60 38 San Diego, cloudy . . 56 50 San Fran., clear ... 53 49 Seattle, cloudy 59 42 Tampa, clear 82 66 Washington, clear . 57 32 Winnipeg, cloudy .. 53 41 (M Missing) (T Trace) The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources today announced the release of a reconnaissance study of the wa ter resources of Eagle Valley. This study is the latest in the series of reconnaissance studies which was initiated following au thorization by the legislature in 1960. The studies and reports are made by the U.S. Geological Survey and the reports are issued by the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Eagle Valley, which included Carson City, New Empire, and .28 Draft Card Burning Ruled Tree Speech' BOSTON (AP) Draft card burning is "a demonstration of free speech," the 1st U.S. Court of Appeals has ruled, and it said the amendment to the Selective Service law prohibiting it is unconstitutional. The ruling Monday was in the case of David Paul O'Brien, 21, of Framingham, who was sentenced to six years in prison after publicly burning his draft card. Chief Judge Bailey Aldrich upheld the conviction, however, because O'Brien had violated another section of the law by not having the card in his pos session. Aldrich sent the case back to U.S. District Court with instruc tions to vacate the six-year sen tence and impose a new one. He said he feared the original term had been imposed because of the public burning. Stewart, covers about 71 square miles. In comparison with other valleys in Nevada, it is small and well watered. However, the rapid increase in population, from about 5,000 in 1955 to 14,500 in 1964, raised doubts that the water supply would be adequate for the popu lation anticipated in the near future. This concern, plus the fact that only a few large-capacity wells have been developed in the valley, led to the present study. Most of the water supply of Eagle Valley originates as precipitation on the Carson Range of the Sierra Nevada. Surface flows are largely confined to Clear Creek, Kings Canyon Creek, and Ash Canyon Creek, A small quantity of water Is imported from the Lake Tahoe and Washoe Valley drainage basins through the state-owned Marlette Lake Water System. Some 22 water samples were field analyzed and 4 samples were analyzed in detail. From these samples the conclusion is reached that the quality of wa ter, including well water from deep aquifers, is good for do mestic and municipal uses. Copies of this report may be obtained from the Office of the Director of the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, 201 N. Fall Street, Car son City, Nevada. .03 .12 68 50 82 69 39 31 51 39 .02 09 V5 VITAL STATISTICS BIRTHS Cash, Clothes, Guns Stolen In Reno BAKER In Reno, April 11, 1967, to vf . ana rvrs. ueo iv. pancr or its, daughter. EIGENMAN In Reno, April 11, 1967, to Mr. and Mrs. Gary Eigenmen of Reno, son. r-JENKINS In Reno, April 11, 1967, $ Mr. and Mrs. Gary Jenkins of Sparks, aw nn ZjCIZIS l Reno, April 10, 1967, to Mf. and Mrs. jonn o. luzis m neno, m dauahter. MORRISON In Reno. April 11, 1967, to Mr. and Mrs. James D. Morrison 1 Reno, a oaugnier. MORTON In Taooma, Wash., April It, 197, to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L, Morton of Soarks. a son. x MORSE In Reno. April 11, 1967, to Ar. and Mrs. Steve N. Morse of Reno, a son. rNEWELI In Reno, April 11, 1967, to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin R. Newell of Reno, a daughter. . XPPERMAN In Reno, April 11, 1967, t6 E-3 and Mrs. Richard F. Opperman of Reno, a daughter. -TIMMONS In Reno, April 11, 1967, to- Mr. and Mrs. Bennle Timmons of (parks, a son. DECREES GRANTED Larry from Joan Chrlstman; Barbara from Kenneth Jacobsen; Sybil from Thomas LiPuma; Marva from John Ma-Bon; Maureen from Maurice Machia; Zoltan from Eleonore Meder; Doris from Richard Miller; Vrginia from Dennis Parson; Marilou from Rufus Pavton; avid from Lois Penwell; Darlene from "David Romo; Robert from Rae Jean floninger; William trom Lydia Schauer; Stanley from Irene Schultz. NEW YORK (UPO Selected stocks on the American Stock Exchange today. I Sales(hds) High Low Last Chg. Aerojet .50a 6 30 30'4 304 V, VMIdCont .44 33 47 47 471 Am Pet .40d 4 1? 11 1J '4 Anelex Corp 21 15 IS 15V4 V fcrkLaG 1.60 57 47' l 4JMi 42"j Va Asso Oil&G 60 3' 3 Tt ... 43razUPw 1 142 11' 114 11' ... Chief ConM II Pi 5"i S"t ... tlary Corp 33 Vt 7H 7Vi Xreole 2.60a 36 34'ik S37 34 V TiayMn .35d 57 13 174 13 ' eixilyn Cp 53 16' 15'4 1S Va 4Equit Cp 5k 79 Vt 3'm 3' sPargo Oils J31 JtlO 3t7 Jt8 tl sPedResr .10 69 6H 6"i 6' 2 .Feimont Oil 53 10 10 10'. H Tirth St .15d S8 9' 9 9 ' lyTiger .14 J94 34H 33 34 'A rd Can 5 120 125' 125 125"j 5rontAirl 5k 7 30 29H 30H1H Gen Battery 16 7 7' 7' V. reerHy .50 3 12 11 im ... JHuskyO .15d 1 13 13 13 Vaiser Ind (1 10'4 10' 10'4 ... Virby Pt .40 2 35' 35' 35'. Vi 4Lee Natl Cp 3 14 14 14 M tVkeadJns .4 42 28 'i 23 7t , I',k 37 17i 17' 17H 4 Aolybdn Co 126 57H 56 57 . t Video .60 74 31 V 30 3CP4 V rMew ParkM 10 5H i'tt 5V Vt okiep 4.87b H 50 129' 129 129 PacNwTel 1 9 20' 20 20' . ep Foil 40 18H IS 184 4 tRyanCn Pet 36 8 74 8'4 hattuc Dn 4 114 11H 11H V4 SignalOiiA 1 17 28' 277 27' . onotone .20 I S 8 '4 ild Metal .20 40 7 If ' 4 etattiam Ins I 36'- 36'4 36V4 Vt vnte .40 327 91 "4 B9'4 89 . cTecico .40 24 14H 14H 14 4 JUIellaS .60 8 144 14' 14'a VvsNuclr JS X2 21 20 21 Five separate burglaries, hi volving theft of items ranging from cash, clothing, auto parts and guns, were reported to Reno police Tuesday. A Mountlake Terrace, Wash., couple, Mr. and Mrs. Rex E Houghtaling, told police a bur glar broke into their Silver Top Motel room at 340 E. Second St., sometime between 10 a.m. and 11:30 p.m. Monday, and stole clothing and personal be longings valued at $114.80. Two Las Vegas women, Lin da Mangioni, 25, and Bee L. Farr, 42, reported someone broke into their Holiday Hotel room while they were asleep Tuesday morning, and stole $300 cash from their purses. An unknown suspect broke into the office of C.B.S. Ply wood, at 50 Grove Street over night Monday, and tried to open the office safe, but was unsuccessful. The office was thoroughly ransacked, and the cash register opened, but nothing taken, officers said. Dr. Millard H. Duxbury, 50 told police his offices at No. 1 Booth Street were broken into sometime between 10 p.m. Mon day, and 7:30 a.m. Tuesday. Officers said Duxbury told them $50 in Kennedy half-dol lars and numerous shotguns pistols and rifles kept in a gun cabinet were stolen. Auto parts valued at $550 were reported stolen from a locked garage belonging to Don Tyler, of 575 Wilson St. Tyler told police somebody who apparently knew what he kept in his garage stole ao..en gine block, crankshaft, two car buretors, a manitoid, a aistrio- utor, two flame arresters and one set of magnesium wheels. Washoe Library Lists New Books NON-FICTION: Thomas J. J. Altizer, Radical Theology And The Death Of God;" Uell Stanley Andersen, "Success Cybernetics;" Philip C Beam, "Winslow Homer At Prout's Neck;" Loenard Bern stein, "The Infinite Variety Of Music;' Sidonie Gabrielle Colette, "Earthly Para dise;" Blake Ehrlich, "London On The Thames;" Elizabeth Enright, "Double- ields;" Bernard B. Fall, "Hell In A Very Small Place;" Frederlpue Fredge, There We Were Again;" Andrew Glaze Damned Ugly Children;" Sheilah Gra ham, "College Of One;" Richard Gibson Hubler, "The Cristianis;" John Edward Jennings, "Tattered Ensign;" Gerrit Par- mele Judd, "A Hawaiian Anthology Robert Katz, "Death In Rome;" Robert Lekachman, "The Age Of Keynes;" Jack Lindsay, "J.M.W. Turner, His Life And Work;" William Raymond Manchester, "The Death Of A Presi dent,-" Al G. Manning, "Helping Yourself With E.S.P.;" Andre Maurols, "Prometheus;" Ruth (Schick) Montgomery, "A Search For The Truth;" Colette Kicnaro, 'Climbino Blind;" Lawrence s. Kiner, Thn r; nrv at Their limes,-" jerome ruinn Rndaie. "Rodale's System For Mental Power And Natural Health;" Deborah Rutledge, "Natural Beauty e- rrnts:" John Joseoh Saunders, "ine Mus lim World On The fcve ut europes Expansion,-" Robert Shelton, "The Coun try Musk Story;" Susan Sontag, "Against interorerarion. Ana umer essays, rsuii' aid Steel, "North Africa;" Robert Theobald, "The Guaranteed Income: Next Step In Economic Evolution, George Waller, "Saratoga: Saga Of An Impious Era;" Jan Yoors, "The Gypsies. FICTION: Fergus Reld Buckley, "tve Of The Hurricane;" Marguerite Dorian, A Ride On The Milky way;" janice Elliott, "The Godmother;" Cicely Louise Evans. "The Newe Post;" Noel Bertram Gerson, "The Swamp Fox, Francis Mar ion;" Juan Goytisoio, me parrys Over;" John Hersey, "Under The Eye Of The Storm;" Noel Hllliard, "Power Of Joy;" Helen Hudson, "Meyer, Meyer;" Richard McKenna, "The Sons Of Martha, And Other Stories;" Bryan MacMahan, The Honey Soike;" James Vance Mar shall, "My Boy John That Went To Sea;" Edlm Milton, "cornaors, Kooen Mathan. "Stonecllff;" Michael O'Malley, Everv Day Bv Storm;" Judith Barnard aoier. "The Past And Present Of (nlomon Sorae:" Bentz Plaaemann, "The Heart Of Silence;" James a. nana, Run For The Trees;" Jose RUDen Pnmera. "The Futile Life Of Plto Pe rez;" Augusta Wlaker, "A Back-Fence Story." MYSTERY AND SUSPENSE: Jose phine Bell, "Death On The Reserve," Amanda Cross, "The James Joyce Murder,-" A. A. Fair, "Traps Need Fresh Bait;" Geoffrey Household, "The Cour tesy Of Death;" Howard Rlgsby, "Calliope Reef;" John Welcome, "Wanted For Killing." WESTERNS: Clifton Adams, "A Part nership With Death;" Al Cody, "The Renegade;" Ray Cory, - iran ui vengeance;" Lyman Lutes, "Yellow Creek Gun;" Tom Martin, "Deadwood." YOUNG ADULTS: IsaDei stewan way, "Mountain Doctor;" Wallace West, "The Everlasting Exiles." JUVENILES: Louise Bower, "The Se cret Of Willow Coulee," Glenn Balch, 'Keeping Horse;" Clyae Kouerr bumo, "White Bird;" Carolyn Haywood, "Eddie The Dog Holder;" Elizabeth Ladd, "Trou ble on Herons imcck, "The Twelve Dancing princesses, mi-liam Lipkind, "Nubber Bear;" Peggy parish, "Amelia Redelia And The Sur prise Show;" John A. Wallace, Getting To Know Poland;" R. H. Warring, Aeromodellno." Flamingo License Withdrawal Requested Gazette-Journal Legislative Bureau A formal request to withdraw the gaming license application of Japanese industrialist Kenji Osano for the Flamingo Hotel on the Las Vegas Strip was received today by the State Gaming Control Board. The request for withdrawal was made by Ukio Kubota of Honolulu, president and treasurer of the Flamingo Operating Co., through which Osano had attempted to operate the resort. Kubota said the withdrawal was due to circumstances which have arisen since we sub mitted our application for a gaming license Feb. 1, 1967." Wall Street Prices Mixed NEW YORK (AP)-The stock market turned mixed late this afternoon in moderate trading. Volume for the first four hours was 5.71 million shares compared with 5.32 million Tuesday. Here was the picture near the close : Gainers outnumbered losers but a loss in the industrial av erage was widening. The average was dragged down by fractional losses of such stocks as Chrysler, Sears Roebuck, United Aircraft, Al- a, American Cyanamid, American Can, Owens, Illinois Glass, Standard Oil (New Jer sey) and Texaco. Great Western Financial paced the list on volume as It led a rise by savings-and-loans on news they will not have to pay so much interest on out standing loans. Brunswick was near the top on volume as it lost a fraction. Down a point or so in active trading were Control Data and Gulf & Western. Schenley dropped 2 on heavy turnover. Raytheon was up about 2 points. The market was up at the start in a continuation of Tues day's technical rebound from two days of sharp losses. Buyers grew more and more cautious as the session wore on, even though the business news background was fairly encour aging. Gains of about a point were made by Merck, New York Cen tral, Swift & Co., Air Reduction, Homestake, Douglas Aircraft and Goodrich. Prices were mostly higher on the American Stock Exchange, Ministers Plan Night Patrols With Police INDIO, Calif. (AP) Minis ters in western California's Coa- chella Valley plan to ride with police night patrols to "get a right picture of the difficulties our officers sometimes meet." The Rev. D. E. Redmond president of the Ministerial As sociation, said Monday that vol unteer members will go with Indio police officers on five- hour-patrols. "They'll strictly observe things," Redmond said. Students Drank Beer, Wine; Teachers Resign EL CAJON (AP) Four Grossmont College instructors who permitted students to drink beer and wine at an academic retreat have resigned. Harold G. Hughes, president of the two-year college, said Tuesday that George H. Peran-teau, Hugh W. Peterson Jr., Harold J. Loumeau and Andrew W. Neher resigned when faced with the prospect of dismissal by the trustees. Hughes said the teachers used poor judgment in allowing the students to drink but added that there was no evidence of drunk enness or disorderly conduct. Seven students under 21 who attended the retreat last month have been suspended but will be allowed to continue in school. Par Endannered By Bell Golfers A three over par 73 by Steve Sternad was good for low gross honors in the first flight of the Bell of Nevada Golf Club tournament at Reno Public Golf Course Sunday. Fred Anderson carded an 84 for low gross honors in the second flight. Low net prizes went to John Patterson, Ted Ammon, and Jack Centers in the first flight. They wnet to Bill Presse, Geery Smith, and Steve Williams in the second flight. Charlie Willis came closest to the cup followed by Bill Carl- FIRE CALLS Plremen responded to these calls between the hours of 11 a.m. Tuesday and 11 a.m. today: RENO No calls. SPARKS , No calls. CARSON CITY No calls. LOOK, DON'T WIGGLE CAIRO (AP) Sidewalk "Cas-anovas" of Egypt may stare at women, and get by with it. But if they accompany the gazing by eyebrow movements, or if they writhe, they will be considered as moral offenders. They will get a "Yul Brenner" style head shave. In a sweeping campaign designed to purge Cairo "physically and morally," Saad Zayed, the Cairo governor, ordered police to arrest all misbehaving elements and shave their heads clean. The governor was presumably disappointed at the results. The first two so-called offenders arrested were reported to have like U kaa bhave. Student Return Bill Withdrawn Gazette-Journal Legislative Bureau Withdrawal of a requirement that Nevada medical students return after studying out of state under a regional compact was approved by the Senate to day in a reversal of an earlier vote. The upper house voted 12-8 to abolish the state . requirement for students who participate in the Western Regional Higher Education Compact. Opponents to abolishing the requirement claimed the state was being blackjacked into the move by the federal government. ' Afternoon Quotations From the New York Stock Exchange NEW VORK (UPI1 Selected stocks oni the New York Stock Exchange today. Sales(hds) Hign low lsm nm-i 7 32'2 Wi 3iVt Vt 7 2Pt 39 3 Vt 64 9 48'A 'A 104 26 'a 25 7SV yt 28 38 37 38l7 16 78 77't 78H1 17 30Vs 29't 29's Vt 7 11 11 11 18 64'4 64V 6tVt Vt 44 26 2 26V4 ... 54 40V 40 0Vt Va 27 27'A 2M 27' Vt 56 24 24Vi 24V4 12 85V 84 841-4 Vt 18 92 92V4 VPk Vi 97 90 88 89 Judge Refuses To Transfer Trial to Nevada WASHINGTON (AP) A U.S. District Court judge refused today to transfer to Nevada the pending trial of Clifford Jones on a charge of lying to a grand jury which investigated the case of Senate aide Bobby Baker. Jones' attorney, Edward P. Morgan, had asked for the change of venue two months ago, saying most of the witnesses he plans to call are in Nevada. Jones is a former lieutenant governor of Nevada. Judge Oliver Gasch also rejected a motion to have Jones' cause continued while Baker appeals his conviction on charges of income tax evasion, theft and conspiracy to defraud the government. Gasch said there have been too many delays in the case already. No trial date has been set Golfers Fire Trophy Scores Floyd Vice and Andy Ca-porale each won six golf balls as top winners in a Reno Men's Golf Cub excursion to Alta Sierra Country Club at Grass Valley, Calif., this week Vice fired the low net score of 67 and Caporale scored the low gross 80. In the two-man, best-ball matches, Gerry Grow and Bob Borovicka tied with Bill Carroll and Jay Williams with a score of 65. Other winners: Al Wagner and Herb Brown, 67; Lino DelGrande and Tilli Compagnoni, 68; Fred Forson and Shorty Captnotti, 68; Jim O'Carroll and Floyd Vice, 68; Al Kimbrough and Ace Collins, 68; Joe Harper and Denton Hayes, 71; Gary Blanchard and Fank Giovannoni, 71, and Wal-ly White and Roland Flyge, 71. WRONG ADDRESS WAYNESBURG, Pa. (AP) -A thief with a sense of humor passed four stolen U.S. money orders here. The money orders, each for $100, listed the man's address as 818 Jefferson Ave., Moundsville, W.Va., the address of the West Virginia State Penitentiary. j Senate Approves Criminal Court Overhaul Gazette-Journal Legislative Bureau A bill overhauling criminal court procedure was approved unanimously today by the Senate. The measure, a companion bill to Nevada's Revised Criminal Statutes, updates many outmoded practices declared unconstitutional by the U. S. Supreme Court. It outlines attorney procedures and accepted practice in making arrests. The measure goes to the Assembly for concurrence on minor amendments. 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Manganese, 99.9 per cent pure, 1 t 20 tons, 2885c lb. Nickel, electrolytic cathodes, FOB Port Colborne, Ont., 85.25c lb. Platinum, soft, 99.5 fine tl09.00-110.0l oz. Quicksilver, $495-500 75-lb. flask. Tin, N.Y. prompt delivery 153.37c I. Tungsten powder, 98.8 per cent mini mum pure, $3.00 lb. Zinc, prime western, N.Y. 15.00c Ib.i East St. Louis 14.50c lb. 3 48 48 48 15 23V. 22 22 A 13 28'a 2814 28 31 28 28 28 ... 2 2034 20 2034 . 124 66 66 66 x4 28 28 28 . 20 45 45 45V2 82 2234 2234 22 'It 4 77 77V4 77 ... 36 59 59 59 208 24 22 23 1 P P 77 3634 36V4 36 41 29 28 29 16 2414 24 24 V. 53 2714 27 27 91 67Va 66 67 32 37 37i. 37 'It 78 30 29 30 74 43 42 43 Va 46 58 57 58 Vt 34 17 16 16 5 33Vi 33'4 3314 124 55 54'4 55l 53 35 34 3434 3 8234 82 8234 24 81 Vi 80 81 Va 32 67 66 67 24 3414 34 34 ... 21 38 38 38 94 57V4 56 56 ... 10 3434 34 34 9 44 4334 4334 Vt 49 56'. 55 56 410 191 187 189 Va 16 8134 8IV4 81 'It 73 24 24 24 ... 41 35 35'4 3514 13 51 51 51 R R 120 46 45 45 10 28 27 27 92 41 40 41 48 39 3634 3834 '4 342 66 64 66V.1 12 1534 15 15 . 26 48 47 4734 'It 80 62 62 62l'4 53 29 29 29 116 49 48 49V4 190 39 38 39 19 21 20 20 ... 92 9'a 9 9 58 33 31 31 1 7 30'4 2934 30V4 3i 31 34 3412 34 65 26'. 25 25 54 36 35 35 9 31 31 31 17 27 27 27 77 24 24 24 9 4134 41 41 12 . 31 29 284 29 30 37 36 37 624 64 58 61 '4 2 61 61 14 60 60 14 OVER THE COUNTER (These figures from the National Association of Securities Dealers do not represent actual transactions. They are intended as a guide to the approximate) price ranqe. Bank of America CH 54 Crocker-Citizens 3034 3114 Kaiser fteel 33'a 34 Pacific Far East 38 3934 Wells Fargo 40 41 NEVADA CORPORATIONS Bid Atktd First Bancorp Lynch Communications Magma Power Pacific Delta Gas Sierra Pacific Power Co bouthwest Gas Thermal Power 5 57'4 57 59 1 9-14 1 1-14 10 11 17 17'4 21 22'4 15 16'k N. Y. SILVER NEW YORK - Handy t, HarmaH Tuesday quoted silver at 129.3 unchanged. PACIFIC COAST EXCHANGE From Sutra A Cm. Ampex Boeing Cal Financial general Dynamic Lockheed Lucky Stores PT8.T Kaiser Cement Rohr Ryan Seaboard F inane union Oil 28' lit 7 5534 6334 20' 36 26' 15"e 2534 2714 24 5014 S. P. MINING San Francisco Mining Exchange Sales High Low Close Blue Crown Pete 300 4.00 4.00 4.00 Gold Metals 1.000 .031 .031 .031 Mount Union 134,000 .07 .06Va .0614 20th Century Eng. 970 1.35 1.35 1.35 STOCKS IN THE SPOTLIGHT NEW YORK The 15 most activaj stocks traded on ttie New York StocK exenange 1 uesoay. Sales Close Cha. Gt West Fin 126,300 16 1'4 Sperry Pond 104,500 31 ' Polaroid 102.000 190 7'4 Control Data 94,400 6534 6 Gulf & West 59,500 50 Std Oil NJ 59.500 62 '4 Seabd Air RR .... 59.500 53 2J4 Cudahy Co 54,600 8 Chrysler 50,800 38 Ampex Corp 50,700 2834 '4 Boeing Co 50,700 II I'4 Peabody Coal 48,200 42' a Itek Corp 47,000 117'a 3'4 Cap Cit Bdcto 46.800 44 2 Avco Corp 45,700 42 V-4 BONANZA AIR LINES Bonanza Air Lines was quoted on the American Stock Exchange today at 16Va, I6V4, 16, up , with sales 0 1,000 shares Complete Mutual Fundi NEW YORK National Asociation of Securities Dealers Inc. Bid Asked 2.94 3.21 1.28 9.09 8.63 9.33 3.78 4.09 11.26 12.31 4.71 7.29 35.14 35.14 Tuesday Aberdn Adv Fd Affil Fd Am Bus Am Div Am Grtti Am Inv Am Mut 10.2011.15 Am Pac 6.96 6.96 Asso Fd 1.50 1.63 Asso In 7.34 7.49 AXE HOUGHTON: AxeH A 7.34 7.91 AxeH B 10.20 11.09 AxeH St 6.43 7.03 Axe Sci 19.81 21.53 Bnd Stk 6.50 7.10 Bost Fd 9 21 10.00 Broad St 15.18 16.41 BullOCk 14.92 16.36 Can Gen 9.69 10.59 Cdn Fd 18.36 19.87 Cap Inc 8.48 9.29 Cap Life 6.97 7.64 Ce-t Shr 10.89 11.90 CHANNING FUNDS: Baian 13.1514 37 Com Stl 2.03 2.22 Grwth 17.23 18.83 Incom 8.12 1.87 Sped 2.77 3.03 Chase Fd 10.1211.83 Chem Fd Citadel 2.77 3.03 Cst Sec 1.58 1.71 Col Eqt 12.62 13.79 Col Fd 13.01 14.22 Col Grth 16.44 17.97 CmSt Fd i 66 5.07 COMMONWLTH FUNDS: Cw Cap 17.24 11.14 Cw A8.B 1.69 ... Cw CiD 1.77 ... Cwth In 9.84 10.75 Cw Inv 10.32 11.28 Cw Stk 10.61 11.60 Comp Bd 9.68 10.52 Comp Fd 1019 11.08 Concrd 16.26 16.26 Cons Inv 12.25 12.62 Cnsum I 4.63 5.06 Conv Sec 10.21 11.16 Corp Ld 16.20 17.74 Crown W 6.41 7.01 deVgh M 78.57 78.57 Decatr 12.24 13.38 Dela Fd 15.67 17.13 Diver Gr 13.11 14.37 Diver In 9.52 10.43 Divid Sh 3.59 3.94 Dow Th 7.30 7.89 Dreyfus 13.98 15.26 Eatn Ba 11.86 12.89 Eatn Stk 16.15 17.55 Emp Grp 26.02 28.28 Energy 15.14 15.14 Ent Fnld 15.6717.13 Equity 10.41 11.02 Eqt G A 13.90 15.23 Fm Bur 11.10 11.10 Fed Grth 14.15 15.47 Fid Cap 14.12 15.35 Fid Fund 17.9319.3! Fid Trnd 29 05 31.58 Fid Mut 9.04 9.88 F.I.F 554 6.06 F.IIF 639 6.99 Fst Inv G 9.32 10 28 Fst Inv S 11.21 12.33 Fla Grth 6.31 6.90 Fnd Lf 5.04 5 51 Fnd Mut 1.09 1.84 Foursq F 13.44 14.69 FRANKLIN CUSTODIAN: Fnk Cm 7.34 107 Fnk Bp 2.69 2.94 Fnk Ut 7.55 1.30 Fnk In 3.11 3.42 Fund Am 9.4710.35 Fund Inv 11.24 12.32 Gen Inv 6.83 7.42 GROUP SEC: Aerosp 10.7511.71 Com St 13.98 15.31 Ful Ad 9.6610.58 Grth Ind 22.09 22.75 Gryphn 15.19 16.60 Guard 27.12 27.12 Ham hda 5.30 5.79 Horace 15.74 16.40 Hub Fnd 10.16 10.16 Imp Cap 9.86 1)71 Imp Gr 4.43 4.99 Inc Fd 13.05 14.27 Inc Bost 7.82 8.55 Ind Trnd 13.01 14.22 Ins&Bnk 5.31 5.81 InvC Am 13.31 14.87 Inv Bos 13.05 14.24 INVEST GROUP: Mut 11.28 12.24 Stock 20 57 22.36 Select 9.90 10.65 Var Pay 8.40 9.13 Inv Res 17.14 18.73 Istel Fd 20. 2 21.05 I vest 14.81 16.19 Jhnstn 20.00 20.03 KEYSTONE: Inv B-l 23 14 24.15 Med B-2 23.27 25.38 Dis B-4 10.18 11.12 Inc K-l 9.21 W 06 Gth K-2 6.75 7.37 HGr S-l 22.00 24.00 Inc S-2 10.53 11.49 App S-3 9.78 10.67 Lpr S-4 6 '4 7.25 Intl 13.01 14.07 Knikr 71 7.91 Knk Gth 11.3012.31 Lazard 15.75 16X0 Lexing 9.98 10.91 Lift Inv 4.13 7.4 Life Stk 4.89 5.35 LOOMIS SAYLES: Can Int 29.85 29.15 Cap Dv 11.61 11.61 Mut 15.66 15.66 Manhtn 9.56 10.45 Mass Gr 12.08 13.20 Mass Tr 16.39 17.91 Mass LI 12.21 13.34 Mid Am 7 00 7 65 MORTON FDS: Mrt Gr 10.71 11.74 Mrt Ine 4.12 4.52 Mrt Ins 7.32 8.02 MIF Fd 18.31 19.79 MIF Gth 6.02 6.51 Mut Shn 17.31 17.31 Mut Tr 2.69 2 74 Nea Mut 11.1611.31 Nat Ws 10.94 11.84 Nat Inv 7.34 7 94 NAT SEC SER: naien 11.1212.15 Bond 4.17 6.74 Div id Pf Stk Incom Stock Grwth Nat Wst 4.77 5.21 7.22 7.89 5.98 4.54 8.66 9.46 10.38 11.34 6.28 6.88 New Eng 1152 12.45 New Hor 18 99 19.18 "east it 17.43 17.43 One Wm 15.79 15 79 Opph 24.71 26.46 Penn Sq 17.77 17.77 Peoples 10.97 12 02 Phila Fd 14.44 15.82 Pine St 12.39 12.39 Price TR 22.69 22 69 Providt 4.77 5.21 Puritsn 101411.72 PUTNAM FUNDS: Putnam 15.8517.32 Put Grth 12 56 13 34 Put Inc tJ5 10.22 Put Inv 7.69 1.49 Rep Tech 4.97 5.4J Resch In 15.41 16.84 Revere 1.31314.35 SCUDDER FOS: Int Inv 14.21 14.44 Spec Iral Com Sec Eq Sec InF Sel Am Sh Bos Swst Inv Sovr In State St 32.10 32.10 18.2018.20 11.96 1196 13.17 14.3 7.73 8.45 11.82 12.7 11.85 12.95" 52 10.29 15.38 16.84 49.85 50.09 STEIN ROE FDS: Stein R x21.05 21.0J Stein In 13.8313.83 Stein St 13.7013.70 Sterl Inv 13.24 14.33 Sup -Inv 5.72 6.27 Telev El 10.02 10 92 Tmpltn 15.04 16. 4J Tex Fd 11.89 12 99 TwnC G 5.43 5.93 JwnC I 5 57 6.09 UNITED FUNDS: Accu 17.60 19.21 Incom 14.03 15.33 Scien 9 24 10.10 Un F Cn 5 30 5.7 VALUE LINE FDS Val Lne 7.53 8.25 Val Inc 6.15 6.74 Val Spl 4.03 4.41 Vangrd 5.44 6.15 VikinGr 6.95 7.55 Walls In 11.1712.97 Wsh Mut 12.46 13.32 Well Fd 13.74 14.91 West Ind 8.30 9.07 Whithl 13.91 15.11 Wndsor 18.77 20.3 Wmfld 100116 Worth 4.21 4.44 x-ex-divldend.

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