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TUESDAY EVENING. MAY 31. I960 "NEW YORK "STOCK LIST T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 27 DOW-JONES FINAL STOCK AVERAGES Quoted 30 industrials 625.f0 20 Raits 139.68 15 Utilities 88.10 Sales--3,750,000. 2 p.m. closing prices, · ' · ' · Salts Close Chit | Sain Cltx* C h r r , S - -- ' ^ j Er^cr TV.rt 34 13:,-- : f So Am A* f | Tkco Pd a M ' ? : \; · N'o Central Erie R n 18 Cvertharp E\-C»11-O Chang* A .72 DU8 D .33 HEARS DULLES' STORY 136 At UA To Get Bars Fulbright Retains In USAF, Army, Marines U2 Flight View · Abbott V. Ind · Stl Adams EX Aeroqulp Air R f d u r AJ Indvsl 4* 7 Ifrxd 4 axd M 45 13 24 34 1710 . 12 IM 14'j V-2 17'. S0 ! , Aldtns AHes Cp 2* » Allen iMtl 54 37 Allied Ch lui M Allied Lab 75xd M Allied Mills 4 32' A l l i e d Sirs 14 30 Allied St pf. .10 75 Alils Chal M 28 A l p h a P C ^ J M Alum Ltd Alcoa Amerada Am Ac Ch Am Alrlin Am Bosch . 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Futbrishl said he blamed the "questionable decisions" on ivlil'- cal o f f i c i a l s of the State Department and the \Vhite House. Dulles, U. S. espionage chief. pulled n tiRht intelligence BRcncy clonk of secrecy around his testimony about the shooting down of the spy plane two weeks before the collapse of .the Paris s u m m i t conference. Fulbright said he has heard no testimony to date that persuaded him it was wise for Eisenhower to have assumed responsibility f° r thn flights. j M a j William G. Chisholm, adiu And h» indicated t h a t D u l l e s ; ( n n l of the A rmy ROTC. himself had offered lo take per- ' sonal responsibility for the spy plnne flight. ! Asked by a reporter if Dulles 1 said he was willing tn have accepted the responsibility, Fillbright replied: "My impression was he has already said he would be w i l l i n g to accept responsibility." Fulbright talked at H news conference after the hearing recessed. Fulbripht said it was his opinion that Dulles had no part in any "political decision" t h a t led to Eisenhower's assumption of r e - j sponsihility. i "The questionable decisions j were not taken by the intelligence j m.L,.., I agency, hut by politico! officers in j officers w i l l be , fnr jj*,TMTM,^ | the State Department and the | "' " [ While House," Fulbright said, ad[ ding: "By questionable. I do not mean Josc-pli T. Kent, Coolidse. Two others will enter navigational training-- Unvornc ,1. Tall, Tucson, nnd Morris C. niiimonthal J r . . Memphis, Tenn. Others receiving Air Force He-serve commissions are John P. Zabower Must Serve 40 Davs H a r r y R. 2abower. 2X «. Tur- i After nn Kfl-niile-an-hcHir chase snn photographer who pleaded [ last nihl, poliff halted a Tucson woman driver who threatened to off Among the l,'!f)2 students nt the U n i v e r s i t y ot Arizona who will get degrees tomorrow night an* M young men who earlier in the day will become officers in the armed services. i The commencement exercise ! itself will start nt S p.m. in Ihe i U n i v e r s i t y Stadium with n proccs- ! sion of faculty and students. Dr. Wood K r u t c h . Tucson is the commencement speaker. Ceremonies in which the 36 seniors will be sworn in (is officers w i l l t a k e place at 10 n . m . in the L i b e i a l A r t s A u d i t o r i u m . Second lieutenant commissions will he given lo 12 Air Force ROTC cadets, 22 Army ROTC cndrts nnd 2 Marines. The principal speaker will be Ll. Gen. -lohn C. Oakes. deputy chief of staff for m i l i t a r y tions in the D e p a r t m e n t Army. Oakes' wife. Margaret, is Ihe a felony charge which would I sister of Col. James F. McKinley. | ), n v r m r n i ,t eithr-r ft stste prison professor of military science and i s r n \ r ncc or probation. ' tactics nt the university. j 7.abower, of 4051 \V. Ajo Way, ; 'pleaded guilty lo f i l i i i R n c l a i m ! w i t h an i n s u r a n c e company lor i J2,!!."Ji worth of c n m r r a s and j pholn e q u i p m e n t he said were stolon from his a u t o in Phoenix, i A second c-ounl of n t t e m p l e d i theft was dismissed without |ircj- j udfc* 1 by the county attorney's I office. Roylslon w a r n e d /.abower , that n l l h o u g h he will not be on j probation a f t e r the -in-day jail ir-nn. i f he gets in a n y f u r t h e r trouble the count o[ n t l n m p t e t l theft can he revived by the county attorney's o f f i c e . · Zabower and Louis A. R a i / k , 28, of IS E. A v i a t i o n Rd.. former Ciiti/.cn photograph!'!', were charged together w i t h the al tempi lo d e f r a u d the insurance company. Rai/k has pleaded innocent and t r i a l has been set (or Sept. H. Clioissrr, Tucson; Robert I.. i PrMhei-. Globe; DAnM .t. M a r i s i rat, Los An;;-lc5; nncl Michnrl D, j U r n n r l l , C w l n r v l l l r . 111. i 'llir two m a n n e r are Robert N. ! R i c h a r d , Tucson, nml diaries V. I Mnslcrs, (jlrndalr. Cops Stop fc Suicic.!e Driiver guilty to a conspiracy charge day was sentenced to serve 40 days in Pi ma County jail. j y.abowei- was sentenced hy Supe- I yiov Couil Judge Robert O. Royl. slon. Roylslon advised /.abower · t h a t he was being sentenced on a ' misdemeanor charge r a l h e i administer the on Hi to the 21 Army graduates. Maj. Clifford .1. Ducliet will swear in (lie A i r Force officers. And Maj. William D. Bassell, inspector instructor of the Marine Corps Reserve unit in Tucson, will swear in the M a r i n e s , who have completed the r e q u i r e m e n t s for a commission under n platoon leaders' class program. 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Minute M Mission Cp Mission Dev Mo Kan Tex Mo Pac A Monsan Ch Mont D Ut t,5onter Oil Mont \V«rd Mot Prod Mot Wheel Molorola Motorola Wl Munsingw 2S',- 16' *' TS IB +· '* 30'i-r '« 19Ti- '« 7 Sfl 5 3fl 16S .11 JO'S M »',»·!· Ixd IB E * 18 It 20 74 1* 13 * El Etor Bal Sf El P«s NG xd48 Eaele P East Air L East GF East S 511 Ei-t Knrt Eaton M(K Ei A u t o t- 18 15 21 69 ·J 23 fil 13 11 10 N A F I Cp Nat Alrlin Nat Avial Nat Bisc Nal Cash r Nat City L Nat Dairy Nat Distill Nal Gyps Nat Lead Nat Steel Nat Tea H Nat TheaT' Sfl Natomas 1A Natus CP 33, New Ens; El 4] Newmonl xd21 N e w p L N S h S3 fay Central 37 NY ChiSL. 6Z NY NHHart 3 Ni» W Pw 41 Nor/4 We« S3 19 7 3 31 A 7fl 7 IM 53 44'/ 6 20 3 .i 10 13' 3 Z3 18S 14 9 J i j 3 »Vi N 12,1 Toledo Ed Trune Co. Transamer Transltron Trl Conl Trusx Tra T w e n t Cen Un Bap C P Un Carbide Un OH Cal Un Pac Un Pac pf Un Tank C Unit Airl.tn Unl! Alrc U n i l Blsc Unit Carbon Unit Trull Un GnsCp Unil Intl Unit Ind pf U n i t M fi M US Borax US For S US Freight USGypsm US Rul) US Smelt US Steel Un WheUn Utah Vanad Cp VIck Chcm Va C»ro Ch Vulftn Max 14 K3 58 17'i CHICAGO. May 31. (.Ti -- The c r a l n futures m a r k e t diet a l m o s t « m i n i m u m amount ot basinets tod- «l prices only s l i j h t l y chansed mos, -f I h e lime from Frida''« closer. A few plus signs showed t i p in Ihe ll»t lale In Ihe day. Wheat v.-as f l i g h t - ly film I n ' e a r l ^ riealinus «! export interests ros'ered n sale nl about « million tnuhels to Poland. Corn eased sllffhtly. At the close, wheat v.-as l ' « c e n t s · busiit! higher to t lower, -'uly . C^ttlr. Flow Moady to ,V rents lower; h i c h Rood tn nverase choice H75-S50 Iri!-. s l a u g h t e r tleei-s 26.75-27.50; mostly choice 1.1:0 Ib. JR.50: f a i r s f.o.b. lot* j r n r r . r d i M c rielu'try 5 pet. 5hi-tnk or me h o u r stand a-id 4 pel. shrink; poorf snd r h n i c - 750-1,000 I b . slc?rs dresstd j br-siJ 4700-4(.50; choice 750-BW Ib. ! h e i f e r s 4?.. 00-44. CO; delivered p l a n t basix KOOd find choice 52"-700 Ib- feeder j M r c i * ?5.50-2(!.00; n r o u n d S.V) Ih. 2i ".',; I m e d i u m fnti sood 5Z3-701 Ib. ?i.QD-2I.C3: ] KCOrt nncl rhnlce 550-515 Ib. h e i f e r s 2? 75-21, f);i; « few K. 00: itales f e e d e r i f.o.b. 3 p e t . s h r i n k i m m e d i a t e d e l i v e r y . · S h e e p : c o u p l e loads P5 Ih s p r i n g · i R m t i s e s t i m a t e d 75-SO pet. s l a u g h t e r ; f k s h . bp'a.'.cc f e e d e r s . 22, (Kl s t r a i g h t . f.o.b. r 2.^00 head old crop s l a u g h t e r I n m h s No. 1. 2. and 3 pelts 115-1211 Ib. ! m o s t l y choice 2.XO:) d e l i v e r e d ba*J*. j Iwo years -- depending on the needs nf Ihe Army. R c g u l n r Air Force commissions will be awarded to three chstin- puislicd air R racluntcs--Dennis K. Roberts of P h o e n i x ; Thomas L. H a r r i s , Ajo; and William O, M i l a m II. Chelsea, Okla. And live of the Army gradua'.os will get regular commissions because of distinguished W0 rk-- Franks S. Adams, Jesse C. AldridKC. W i l l i a m G. Gunier and Gerald C. M i l l e r , all of Tucson; and Jon C. Connor and Raymond W. Maurcr, both of Phoenix. Those who will receive Army Reserve commissions are John R. Willis J r . . Dirk Droekema J r . , Thomas J. Jimmerson, Lylc L. Knowles Jr., Charles A. Orsi and Ronald H. Walker, all of Tucson. Thomas E. Berresford, Phoenix; Gary A. Chapman, Safford; .lames C. Berry, Long Beach, C a l i f . ; Geoffrey Q. Fox, Madison, Wis.; Gerald A. Garrett, Los An- peles; John L. Metzger. Denver; ; Theodore R. Schmidt Jr., Hcnder- ison, Nev.; Joseph A. ?Jmmermar i . F r . , Seattle; Daniel L. Zion, Creator, I I I . ; and W i l l i a m G. Chimvprth, Warsaw, Ind. Pilot commissions in the Air Force Reserve will be given to Thomas E. Russell, Tucson; Robert L. Br-indenburger, Yurna; and Teacher W i l l i A l l e n d Inslilule William H. C i a u n t l t ' l l , Tucson Hifih Schoo! teacher, w i l l a t t e n d a summer i n s t i t u t e planned lo rc- vitaliie the trachinR of languages. The seven-week institute will .be conducted at the University of California nt Los Angeles, starting J u n e 27. The program is brine supported by the language development pro t a k e her life by drivins off the | lO.id In Ml. Lominon. | 'Hie woman drove nwny from , one policoman who had halted her ' find wns handed toward Ml. Lem- ! ninn when her car was blocked by Iwo police c r u i s e r s and forced · lo h a l t nl W i l m o t Rd. nnd llrian K e n t . The woniii n Imtl visilrd the s h e r i f f ' s offir-R e a r l i e r nnd told officers she had been q u a r r e l i n g wilh her l u K b n n c l . She became h i g h l y emotional and loll, slopping nt a gas station on the Ivasl Side nnc! lellliiR the B l t e n d n n t t h a t she planned to lal.e her life. Police were called and Patrolman Lawrence Pope spoiled her rar headed out F.ast Broadway s h o r t l y a f t e r f l p.m. ['ope said he slopped Ihe car · at I 7 .. Rroadway Riul Van Burrn . Avo. HP. said Ihe. woman was upset nnl said, "I can't lake, it any longer. Why don't you let me p,n?" .Suddenly the woman drove off and her c n r started weaving in and out of t r a f f i c on Broadway wilh Pope chnslnr; her at speeds up lo RO miles-an-hour. Vie was joined in the chase by Palrolmnn Charles Hall and they forced her lo slop on Wilmol road. The officers said Ihe woman exclaimed, "1 w a n t to k i l l myself," nnd beat her head against Ihe door panel u n t i l it was ncccs-' sary lo h a n d c u f f her. The woman was tnkon to Piina County Hospital where, her condition was listed as satisfactory today. She was cited for reckless d r i v i n g . gram of cation. the U. S. Office of F.du- JS50 Cor.n I , - ' , lowrr. 0313 imchanRed lo ' 4 l ',: r.ve .'».i, higher, soybeans ' a hisber to , J u l y f l . 2 I ' » - ' i : ^^ef. .luly 72 S «- .ruly S1.2S-35 1 .: ' g lower. J u l y . , . CHICAGO. May 31 AMERICAN .STOCKS ·High Low J7 26', U «', i- ; a .10' 10 .tl',-- . .12S-- f 60',-! ', 2 4 ' i- I ' : 2.1 S61 3 -X(!!R 101 -- 2 .1.1 56'» Open July i.31 3 i-'« I . B ^ Stp. l.f;i- 3 i 1.87 3 D«r. l . ^ ' U P S 1.97' Mar 1.17 1.97 cortx-- July 1 . 2 l ' a - ' i 1.21 s Sep. 1.2:',-', 1.20 1 Dec. I.1.T Mar. 1.1T OATS-July .72' Sep. .72' '· Der. .7S' | Mar. .;(·'] .7*'i RYE-- j .lul.v 1.21^ 1.23'i i Sep. l.2i 3 . 1.2o, Dec. 1.2S 2 !.27(« ' SOYBEANS-i .lul.v 2.14"i-lS 2.15'. | Sep. 2.11'. J.lP. j Nov. 2.10-10',, 2 . ! 0 ' « Jan. J.13 1 . 2.13', Mnr. I.1SS 2.16': I LAHL'' I Drums!-- t J u l y 9.92 9.S2 S.in I Sip. 10.27 1ft.3n 10.12 Oct. 10..17 I0..17 10..-S2 1 Nov. I 23 . . i . l T , MS'', .725, .7!-. .7S', .76' j I ?4' 3 l.2i'» . _ ! S . i 4 : ' » 2.11', J.M 3 , 2.13', 2.1fi',» 2 P.M. A l l C f Cp wl .-, ' Am Electron ..... , ' * Am Petrol A '· 9 ' " A n k c n Chem Ark F. Oil A r k - L a Gas ,, B s n f f Oil - 4 i Bfirnc* En*r ! Br. Am Oil '·· Er. Pctro K u n k Hill Cal El Pv.- Can En Prt Cdn Mfli'c Csnco ln*t ChrktiRna Oil ... C!?ry Cp Con J.?Ji« Crane Carrlor DcT. e iHi Prod noun Oil .72»,-' .72-. ,75', .15' j 1.2.1-25 1 1.53-', i,:7 4 J.15'«-l S.lT. 2.10 2.13-. 2. If.-, . 10.22 10.3;! 10.35N Dyn?TT\ Am .. CJ Bonri ft S . K q U F l y C p E u r e k a Cp . . . . Fairch C?m . . . Fargo Oils I Folrnont Pf.ro PRICES I I 7 12,1 I B ' i 4 J ' j 53 55 : ,i fl 3B S7 M :t 2 I 1 4.1 S4'« xrtH 71 7 I! 19 14 -M 41 2', H 1 . ip« 2.1 ' « Til An Arizona Owned Corporation Offering A Completely Diversified Equipment Leasing Service Throughout The State. For information cali: MA 2-7007 650 N. filh Ave. Tucson, Ariz. 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West Mary- West Pac West Un Tel W«1« A Bk Wests El Wheel Stl .While Mot White Sew WllsonCo Wlnn Dixie Wist El Pw Woohvorth Worthlngton Wrlglty Wyan Wor 1 2.1 Ifi 23 22 74 R3 9!) llxd 12 14 It SB'i 31', I- 5ft ' DKYGOODS NEW YORK. May 31 (/P)-The cotton tcxlile m a r k e t was q u f c t 'oda.v. Mills reported some dale* for llll-in ROO^.S to converters for prompt deliver;.' f n - volving pr(nt cloths a n d sheetings. | Orders for woolen* a n d worsteds · were small. Prices were firm : at Au.«- j trallan wool auctions. ! There wa« only a small Interest In j spun and f i l a m e n t rayon ffood.*, 4 COTTON NEW YOHK. MaJ 31. If'-- Cotton f u - tures were irrcgulffc today. Ailll buying and commission house «hon covering brought small gains In nenrby deliveries. Some dcftrred positions MSRCd on commission houfe liquidation. Late a f t e r n o o n prices were M cents » bale lower to 25 cenW higher than the previous close. July 32.95. Oct. .11.03 and Dec. 31.13 talrt. ISn · .I » 31V, YaltTOy U Y«gst ShT +7 S9 Ynml S Dr * » z Zenith n»d 113 I I S METALS Go 'On The Town? Saturday I NTEW YOHK. M»y SV l/Pf--Spot non- i ftrrou* metal prices txlay: Cppptr a.1 r«nts a pound. Conntctlcul^, valley. Lead U_,«ntj » pound. New York- Zinc 13 cents « pound. East SI. Louis. Tin Jl.M'.i » pound. Nf.w York, roi-- elm silver MP« cents per troy oun«, New York. -/ G S a n n i n i Conl ...... 4R C i a n t Ycl .......... 12 Guild Films . . . ....... 21 Hscla Mln - ......... .1 K a f f i n f l n Ind ........ .'. Home Oil A ......... l" Hem- Oil B ........ IS Hydro-Met .......... 7.% Imp Oil .......... II | In*. Co. of N.A ...... 5f ( n l Rcslfl ........... 223 i iron Fireman . . . . . . . . 7- i ({nicer Ind .......... 37- K l r b y Pctro ......... .1 j M e a r t .lotvnson ....... 28 Menssco . .......... 10 Alesabi Iron .......... Molyhdon ............ " ^tn S: TT ......... J IX N. .1. Zinc .......... R i N Mex ft A r ........ 3 Oldrn CP ........... 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