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WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE I, I960 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE I? NEW YORK STOCK LIST DOW-JONES FINAL STOCK AVERAGES Quoted 30 Industrials 624.69 20 Rails 139.44 15 Utilities 88.51 65 Stocks ;.. 204.67 Sales-3,770,000. i AMERICAN STOCKS Change D .22 ! A .41 ' A .02 ! Today's Final Prices Salts Close Chje Abbott L ACT Ind ACTVmjj Acme Stl Adams Ex Admiral Acroqulp Air Heduc AJIndust Alco Prod Aldens AUes Cp AlilgLud Allied Ch Allied Lab Allied Mills Allied Strs Allied St pf Allis Chal Alpha P. C Alum Ltd Alcoa- Amerada Am AsCh Am Airlin Am Bosch Am Brk Sh Am Bd Par Am CblR Am Can Am Cliiclo Am Cyan AmHPw Am Export AmTPw Am Hardw S5 62'H-l'i 13 44 s , . »i 23 12'.... ', 8 !4 2 237... l 24 17 + ', i«5 ST.;TI;; 's 17'; + l 49 SQx-r '.i 72 9'i., *'t 21 S7V.+ « 18.52 + ', 53?k.. =,i 13 SI'!;+ !'.'« .50 76 79 ·»«+ -'.i 9 33}i.. ',', 120 32-,.. ' 18 SO'/i-f ",i 17 «.,.. »; Sxd 18 + ,i 45 18'.,+ i 15 41 + 1 42 36',i..l 36 10 + a.i 103 38;1 . »,i 6 SS^H- i 47 55'i.. ',» 4» f-S,i+ V, 4 24'i-i- J« IS 8 -i- i 3 32^i- 1,1 Am Horn Pd 27 184H- ',i Amice ' 1 18U- '.« Amlnv 1 1731-- ',1 AmMiFdy 195 73?i + l^i AmMchM 3 4*1=+ \', AmMetCl 150 20»i AmMolsss 1 143,4- i,l Am. Motors 1»0 Z!«,+ % Am N Gas 7 8S',4 -- ',1 Am Optical 43 5S 3 ,!- ",'s AmTotash 7 SS^i-rl Am Seating » 30 -- ? Am Smelt 19 SOU- U Am Std W W. Am *U Fd 41 2Bi,l- Ti Am Sujar '5 2«U AmTtlTtlSM iHi-rJV'a Am Tob 12 54%- J' 4 Am Tob pf 4.20 lao'i- V. Am' Viscose 30 . 34 3 ,i -- ^1 Am Zinc 14 17 + u AmptX Cp 500 3T,4 + 3',i AmphBorj 107 - S3 -fl»i Anaconda xd86 .47 a ,4-- ",« And«rCl»yt 2 31',:+ ',4 And PrI O 40 375, + ·,, ArrssoStl 50 62',i + l'.i ArmouxCo 32 33',i- »i AimstCk. ' AIM Oil Emer El Emer Had Erie RR Everaharp i tx-Cell-O Fair Whit Fairch En Falrmount Fam Fin Fan steel Fedd Corp · Fed D Str Fenestra Ferro Cp Fibre Pap Firestone Firstamer Firth C p t . Flintkole Fla Pw Fla PL Food Fair Food Mach Ford Mot Forem Dair Fort Wheel Freept Sul Frueh Tra Sales Close Chre 19 32 IV, 38 S',. 3 22'i 11 32'4- '. Ami Dry Q U 41',',13 1851 6 64 -1 SO 22%- U AU Cst Line 10 K) AtllUfin S4 223.1- ',i AtlMCp 40 4'.i- ',', Autom Cant 97 15 -- li Avco Corp 140 13',i -- 1,1 B BabceckW 3* 31 - 'i Bald Lima. M 13V1- '.i BaltlcOh II 3ia.,+ i,i BarBtrOil a '4SV4-l',i BwtFdS 8 42 + l.i B«aunitM 79 23H- V. B*cK*manln 85 91',i + 3',4 B«*ch Airc K- 70»'»--2U B*tchLSav t 34=k- ; B«llAirc Xd19 13i,i + »i Ball * How 133 54 3 . + ' j B«ndix If OOli- ». B*n*fFtn n 36',i- '.; B«n»uet 73 I'.i Bcstwaii xd 12 4«'i+ {', B*ttlSUe«l '94 44V,- l.i B1«*IOWS H 14%+ l.i Black It Dee e 42',!,a ,, BliwKnox 31 37'i Bliss, EW 11 15',;- V. BoeiniAIr 00 »;,- i j B»hnAlum 1 25^+ 14 Bond Strs . Book o! 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CT«s Oh 17 61 - »t ChMSPPac 7 JOli- ',i ChMSPPpl 3 ChltNW « ChlXMkPac 12 243,1- CHrysler 142 44V« + Cin Mil M ClTTinan Cities Svc Clark Equip Clev XI 111 Cluctt Pea Coca Cola Coif Palm 2}11 It Aik Collins Had 6'i F 109 48 :',. 1 32 4 29'.;+ i 15 5S -- 14 16 1«,4. s. 7 67 -- 1,4 7 19 + I, 37 S3'.i-- I 3 -, 5 37 -- »,J 55 3« 85 26 7 8',i S 36',i JO 33'i-- »J 43 601i + S',i 42 32 -- Vi 17 48 -- l.i 210 69 No Am A\ Nor Central Nor Pac Nor Sta Pw Northrop Nwst Airlin SileK Close Chre By AuoclaUd Pr«M 2 p.m. Pric.i Salts Close Charter D .61 : AlltJ Cp'wt 19 6', Am Xltciron » !·'» i \ Am Petrof A 1 *?· - '» Anken Chem 57 Ark F Oil » Ark-La Gas 43 Banff Oil « Barnes Enx !9 Br. Am OU Br. Petre . Cal El Pw . Calv OG . Cdn Marc , Cenco Inst . Christiana Clary Cp Crane Carrier Desilu Prod. . Market Closes Mixed OVER THE COUNTER 3 City Unit 'Westerner Funds Said Hotel Sale BANKS 36 1 .10 W'.i-t- ', 1" 39=- 1,4 14 «7i,j 37 34',.- -, 15 1B= 4 - '.« i . 1 .101 . 14 . 13 . 23 51'. 37 1 , 31 s * SJ'i' ·!· « 1.1,1618=. 3 1.18 j Bank of .Vrrnric. »1,W .. NEW YORK - in - A churning i £.,,£ "Jt D pho«"x"'*.'.'. stock market closed with trading | »ann «.( Tue-on heavy and prices mixed today. j £»*" N!!?"' £.*.' tf.'w '. ! Prices near the close included: i c o n i . in, Ch»o. M.OO ! Jones Laughlin up 1 at 64; j j j ^\i. ^'M^'UM . |IJ. S. Steel up % at 79; VickiWMi Tr. N.Y. »t.i» ! Chemical up 8 at 116; General | TM n r u i r K - v - 5 M Hid A i k f d . 421. 4) I The Daily "·r JU t^»Jl.*.V*X7 k^/%. JLVA ' .EA, Investor j j nsufficient IH WILL BUY . S7'i , as . J" . 49 110'. 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Hertz 25 S«UT ',4 Heydcn Npt 46 Hilton Hot 9 HoH Zltci 31 Holland F 16 Holly Sue 3 Homestk IS Honolu Oil Hooker Ch Hotel Cp pf Housch Fin Houst L*P H6we Snd Hud Bay M Hup Cp 35=4- \t 22V,- *,, 11 - ',4 23',4+ 3 ,i 1 Idaho Pw Ideal Cem 111 Cent IlIPw Induat Ray Ing Rand Inland Stl Inapir Cop Interlak ir Int Bus Men Int Harv · Int Miner Int Nick Int Paper Int Shoe Int Stiver 15 33'/.- a; 2 IS 13 30 + % M 16'!i- U 3 4S',H- '.i 75 B - ',, l' 9 Sl'i it 26 -;10 34T1- 23 51 ! 39 16',",+ 1 ,i 19 81 42 14 4111- '.i Xd3 Wi! , 3 30^n 45 504 M 42li JO 32'if ' 5« M U + *, 34 100 - i. 8 33%- '. 3 .463,- '. IntTelkTel 3*8 '45V.- ",i InteratpStr 2 36 4 X 5 51 3 M'. 2« 37' 16 21 S3 -1 18U+ 'a 6 3fli, 43 53i, 81 39', 39 35 5 54 + *,', S3 59 + 52 34 »i- WT «',i- ColoFilr xd32 2OT1-I- CBS S2 43 3 ,1 + Colum Gas C4 Col Met Col Carb CmnbCnr Ceml Cred Conil Solv Comw Ed -HVi - 5 ,i 19 - i, 5 16 - ',1 11 4*'i- li S7 25 + 1,3 9 37 -l',l XI IS 52 5» IS «V Con N Gat ' 37 « CM. Q pf .10 10 Consoln Coal 5 32 Consum Pw" "33 · SB Container Cont Can Cent Mot Cont Oil Cont Stl Copper Rnf Copw Stl McGraw Ed McGraw H Mclntyre McKess A K Mead Cp Melv Sho« Merck Mtrr Ch*S Mcsta Mch Metro GM Miami Cop Middle S TJt i^ i_ Mol» Hon C*rnl«tGl Ml«R4-li,i ^"J 8 /^,', Cr.n« Co 9 47',i-l',i ""' '· Ctl Crown Cork 19 33 Crown Zell 21 43:1.;+ T. Cruc Stl Jl 19 - !a CUD Am Sug 1 14V. CwUhy Pk S 37 V,'r + 1M1- a*i.- 4» 24^1- li ·0 42 3 ,i+ li 17 S',1 46 40'.i-l'i n 15V1- '.. i* nil- ',» Iow Johns Man Jonec L Joy Mfg Xaiaer Al Kan C PitL Kan C Sou KanPiL Kennecott Kern C Ld Kerr McGee Kimb Clk Kress-:. SS Krew, SH Kroger Lear Lehish CN Leh Port C Leh Val 7R Lehman Lemer Str LOT Glass Lib McNtL Llf I IL My Lily Tulip Litton Ind Lockh Alrc Loew's Thea Lene S Cem Lone S Gas Len( 111 Lt Lorlllard Lou * Nash Lowenstcin Lukens Stl 4 34»i + «0 6U.- '1 K 58 47=.- 79 +1 ao W.4 + 5 73 2 M'.i- 11 40 74',.-I 3 .. 2« 49 - * 20 4 1 « i -- T 51 3 4 19 L 137 19 + 2 lO'.i 11 28 - 'a 9 5 3 ,;- 11 21 2«3- 3 JS -- i , M si?;- i, 22 v,,- \: 15 79U- i.i * 54'.i- »i XI M'.n-l'i 52 2Hi- l, M 16?.- 'I 32 241i + l 31 371i- =1 * 35V4- Ti 2 «4',4+ "I 1711+ 11 Ohio Ed is Ohio Oil Ol:la G A. E Okla N Gaa Olln Math Oliver Cp Otij Fjev Outb Mar Owens Cnjf Owens 111 Gl O 9 SK:- 'i 97 Sl'i 4 30T»- 14 5 26% 75 43%- % 28 18%-- % 17 4S% + 1% 58 3054- », 2 38 120 --1 10 103 -- P.4 PacGEl 32 6111+ % PacLtg 10 4SV«-- 'k PacTiT 27 2811+ 14 Pac Tin 22 « ' + i/, Pan A W Air 50 17 -- 1.4 ParamPict 1A 41 --1 PE-fce Da Par!: Run Perm Dix Penney. .7C Penny Wl Fermsalt Pa PwiL,t PaHR Peoples Gas Pepsi Coal Petrol Cp Pfizer PheljaiD 55 43=4-- V. 1 2414+ % 21 2fis- 14 4 m + % i 42=i 12 28%-- % 15 2S%+ % 35 IZ'.i-- % « «3=4+ 1,4 17 43=4+ !i ',3 ^31.1-- V, I« 3!R4-- J i Phllco Philip Mor Phill Pet PUlsbury Pitney Bow Pit Plate G Pit Steel Plttiton Co Polaroid ProcviG Pub Sv Colo S PubSvEG 20 Pub Sv Ind « Publlck Ind Pullman Pullman WI Pure OU 44 371,4--3% 185 «'. + !% 23 KS',4- ~i, es 4H4-- '.b 12 33 ',4-- 3 ,i 31 35 + »,i SJ S9=,4-- 1% 5 14% 6 51 --11.4 13 251 +4 31 iWU RCA. Rayonier Rsytheoa RflUnn Repub Av Repub Stt Revere C Hevlon Rex Drue Rtyn Met R»yTob Rheem Mf Rhodesian Richfield Oil Rob Fulton Rock Std Rohr AIre Royal Dut Royal McB Ruberold Ryan Aero 53 + 14 26% + '.i 42',',-- »,i « 10 3 T2=,i+ =i 2 SK4+ '.a 1 27% H ! ,4 , . 51 17%- '.i =.· 42%-- 3 i 30 MU + iy » 27%-- % 23 SO + 3 .4 DuMont Lab i DuVall Sul Dynsm Am El Bond S , Equity Cp , . Eureka Cp Faireh Cam . . . " -Farjo Oils Fclmont Petro Flying Tifler Ford Can A Glanninl Cont Giant Yel Guild Films Hoffmsn Ind Home Oil A Home Oil B Hydro Met Imp Oil Inr. Co. of N.A. ... Int Resist Iron. Fireman Kaiser Ind . . . . . -- Klrby Petro Mead Johnson .... Menasco Mesabl Iron Molybden Mtn St TT .N. J. Zinc N Mex Ar Ofden CP Pac Clay Pac'pet Ltd Pancoast Pet hoenix Steel reit S D Reeves Snd Hoytl Oil Sapphire Pet Scurry Rain Shat Denn Sherwin-Wms Silver Creek Free. Singer Mf Sonotone Syntex Cp Technico Tel-A-Sisn Tri Cont wt Unexcell Ch United Canso OG US Air Cond Waltham Prec Webb Knapp ... Wilson Bros l l ' k 101' 27'., 15-a S3 . S3 . SI . 10 . 17 .xn . i .417 . 41 .100 : 3 . . 20 7 . 41 177 . 2« 3 . 2 5 . 28 « J . .73 145= ,. 17 57', up Telephone off 1 at 32%; apolis-Honcywell up 3% at '" I Universal Match off 2% at 159; '* I Minnesota Mining up 4'/^ at 21G; ',1! General Instrument off 1 at 41%; , I Zenith up V at HQ'/i; Ampsx up « , ! 2% at 36-5g; Motorola up 1% at }? 19is^; Texaco off Itf a j 65^; and i| American Motors up 1J4 at 24. 40 M' M.', us', M ' l Bid 107 Sec. 1st Nat!. L A S! 00 Mlnne- s°. Ariz. nu. tt Trust n 10 . .'.» » i Valley Ntll. Phx, l.OO 59 6 S INSURANCE COMPANIES MUTUAL FUNDS . 4 .. 1 .. 8 . . 12 ..154 1% 2 «'. r-. 3',4 _ i · i ,, 3 , -1/1C - Pi IS »5%+ % M 48',i + li.i 5« M'.i- % 34 147 7 9 10 3 r. n 154 S Safeway St X St Jot UUP 1 22%+ % I'.i- % 71 - V. 50 -- % 33V.-- % 141,4-- % 37%-- % 16%+ 14 37'4 22 +1% StRe^Pap San Die jo G Sav Arms Sclwnley Schcrinf Schlck Scott Pao ScrewiiBolt rs'i-- 'i .n J 17 gj S7=,;-- n 37 27'. 3 + Vs 1 IJ'.i 31 2J -! .i 11 7 2 U I - ' j 17 11 -- 'i S M'i*- i I V,',- 'i Seab A L R R U 37';+ ''. SeabFinan 10 21 s ,.- ',« Scars Roeb 41 W* Servel 90 1 *'/·+· 's Sham OfcG * SO'f + '·· ShsroTiStl » 30'.-- · EhtllOil Xdl» W,-- 'i Shell Tran 2* l«'a- '·' Slnnnonj Slncla-lr Sltellv Oil Smith, AO Smith KF Socony So Am G*P Se Car ElrG SoP \3 ar,i-- 3 « J 33 + 'i « ^'i-- '.'. 11» S5 -V , ^ 1 17 «',i- ' 7 14»i- ' Southern Co 41 Sou Pac SouRy Swift PS Sparton Cp Spen Chem S»«rry Rd Spleiel Square D Std Brand Std Oil Cal Std Oil Ind Std Oil N J Std Oil Oh Stand Pkg Stan War Stauff Ch Sterl Dm* Stevens, JP Stew War Stoke Van C Stud Pack Sunbeam Sunray Sunsh Mn SwIfMtCo M 431,4+ '4 19'..+ \» **'·»- ' 11 73',i !4',i- ' JS'.i- 43 S3',.. 4*7 : 4014 J l ·11 « 31 M Mack Trie 30 39 -f , Macy 34 40'.i- i Magma Cop IS 35 4- ',a Mafnavox 103 54',4+2 3 ,s Marac oil 1 4% Marine Mid K 34V, + M Marsh Field 2 52 Martin Co xd 4» 44',',+ V, May D Str IS 4«'/,+ », Martaz 3 3«V, MCAIne 79 SJli+l'.S MeCall 79 3»ii +3'i McCro.McL 19 ISC/,-- \', McDonAir 171 22?i+ 3 ,i S 92 42',i « 24',i is « 3 ,;- ',; 19 S3ii-- '/, 8 263,;- ii 59 »S»44. U 33 H'.i- '.i 2 «3 -- 'i 4* 2S',i-- li 13 74',i-- 'i 9V4- V. CurtlaPiib CurtlwWr Cutl«rH 48 -1U Deere DetEdis Jet Stl Cp XH«m Nat TJiveo Way DtMiI,t 43 1 D 31 4t 44^-H 3 , 4 3t'.i 14 IWi- 'i 17 43',i+ '.i 2S If.i- ',i 4 »»'i- *l « 17T4- '.i 46 XI' - "i 5 19-^- 3 i 32 90-',+ ', 37 9f',- ', « 20MV-2 x^x *',,+ ',i 1 10 E Mrt 1« »7 ISH+ *· 12 3S 4 'i « m.i^i Pout Airc C«T«rCp DewChem S mNr MW we B S7 20 2«',i 33 215V4 -I »»,« 1M4 Mpl A StL Minn MM Minn MM wl St 72 Minute M 31 19 Mission Cp Million Dev Mo Kan Tex Mo Pac A Monnn Ch Mont D XJt Monter Oil MontWard xdss 43»i Mot Fred 5 303 Mot Wheel 12 1S1 Motorola 33 1»2 Motorola -wi 24 W 34 3 2 4',i S 3S»/-- 'i W 40% - '.i It 2« 3 48 Mtmslnlrw NAFTCp Nat Airlin Nat Avtat Nat BlK Nat Ca«h R Nat City t, Nat Dairy Nat Distill Nat Gyps N 1 3«ii H 48'i--1'i * IJ 1 ,!* 'i 5 27',1- '.i 12 27i 4 - 5 29 S3 3 i- ' 24 28',13 M -1 IS OJii- 3 Tenn Cp Tenn Ga? 34 Ttnn Gas Wl 21 Texaco fi" Tex G Tran Ttx G Prod Tex G Sul Tex Inr Tex P C*O Tex Util Textron Thatch Gl Thiokol Thomn RW Tidswat Oil Tid« Oil jyf Tlmk A Bear Toledo Ed Trane Co Transamer Transitron Tri Cont Ttuax Tra Twent Cen 473 40', s «',,+ '. sr, M 3 .;- '. 1C 3«',i- '.i IS I«'.i M 5«,i 11 36'.', 13 i 300 »',i 1 5«',j 79 »,i 1» S'i 19 40 33',4. 31 + 144- .4.5P IT,', . :i5 :% .. 9 17 .. 31 10', . . 2 2 .. 31 112 .. 24 5% .. 12 ST.. . . 1 0 4.1 .4.50 193 'i .. 8 2i,4 . . 12 S 3 ,4 . . 52 21% . . 1 43% . . 5 5 9 1% 9'j 3 J/16 + I'.i + V. » + U 6 13/11+1/16 5',, 7% 3 103 23 1% 30 S3 3 .. 20 12 + I 30 li 7U 2'.s 23 2i 1 4 21, Ha 20 LIVESTOCK 4 33',;- i; 10 »ii- ',; 4« l*',i- '. 40 245 ..2 5 22-;+ '. M W,i+ ',i 27 20',;- ',; « SO'.i U7 40 - »i 3» 17' 2 32 '- 'i 4 5S M m.- '.; 4 « -- U 52 2«i,i-- '.; 30 49',;+ i', 21 34',i-- 1/4 12 27 + ',i M 37},- *i U Un Bag CP 3« 33 -- '.; Un Carbide 45 133',i-- ,; Un Oil Cal 40 36 3 ,1--2'/, Un Pac xdil 25 3 ,; Un Pac pf X IV,-- \; U n T a n k C 1» SOU* ','· Unit Air Lin 15 3P,r-- ',', Unit Alrc 43 37=;-- V, UnitBisc 9 32i+ ',', Unit Carbon 14 58 -- 2',i UnltFmit 100 Wi+ ·:, Un Gas CD 4i 28%+ 'i Unit Ind Cp 3« 1 3 ,+ '.i Unit Ind pf .425 8%+ 'i UnitMfcM 10 1«»;-- '.; US Borax 24 37',a-}- '.; US For S US Freight US Gypsum US Hub US Smelt US Stwl Un Whelan PHOENIX. June 1. (*)--Cattll. moderately active, attsdy; »ales for current to July 1 delivery. T«n loadi «5- 90 per cent-choice S23-9M 1». slaughter ttetrs 27.CO-S7.25; 24 load* 7J p«r c«nt choic* S2J-1.000 Ib. 2«.00-5«.7S; 9 loadi SO per cent («xl and SB per cant choice HG3-1.1CO Ib. 23.M-M.OO: 4 loads tood with sundard «nd 800-02J Ib. 2j.o:-23.!£; load food 1,372 Ib. 23.03. Six loads 73 per cent or more choice 825 Ib. helftrs 38.03-2S.J5. KtoeipU at Tueaday'* auctions 3.0C2, comprUcd of 85 j«r cent or more stockera and feeders; all classes steady to M cents lower. LOS ANGEUES. June 1 (*)--(FSMN) --Summary of May II livestock Iradt at Arteila and City of Industry Heck- yards. Cattle 2,500; rather slow; slaughter clarees weak to 50 cants lower; replacement classes weak: high lOod to aver- ace choice around 1.023 Ib. slaughter steers 27.00; average good to low choice 823-1.050 Ib. 25.00-24.75: high irtd to low good M3-1.050 Ib. 24.00-24.60; «td «75-l,200 Ib. mostly Holsttins 21.5022.50; utilities 11.50-21.60; high good and low choice g7» Jb. heifers 24.00-25.50; good 77S-J7S Ib. aa.OO-M.KJ; aid ».«K 22.00; high utility and commercial 1,0001,110 1*. range cows 17.00-11.00; other utility 15.0J-14.M; utility dairy type 14.50-11.80; commercial 18.50-17.00; canner and cuttar cows 11.U-14.SO: utility bul!« U.00-21.00; high medium and low. good WO-700 Ib. stocltcr antl feeder steers 23.03-24.25; low to average medium 540-700 Ib. 18.50-21.00. Calves 200; ilaughter classes weak to 1.00 lower; slockers about aleady; good and low choice Vfalem and up to C50 Ib. alaughttr C*1V«« 28.00-TI.75; 400-500 Ib, 23.00-25.00; good and choice 350-400 Ib. stock steer calves 35.00-2t.00; high madium and low good 300-4SO Ib. 23.0924.00; common 18.00-2.00. Hogs 175; supply largely feeder pigs; small lot U.S. No. 1 grain fed 300 Ib. barrows and gills steady at 18.00; T'gs itlll in first hand. Sheep 25; nominal. KANSAS CITY, June 1 Oft--Cattle 3.50C; calves 100; slow, auady to 25 lower; choice 1.000-1,300 Ib. ateera 25.25-26.00, good and low choice 1,OW- 1,225 IbiJ 22.00-2500; choice heifers 25.00-M; yearlings 26.00-50; cowi 15.6011.00; good and choice vealera 33.0027.00. Hogs 2,000; 25-50 higher: 1-3 190-240 Ib. 11.^-75, mixed 1-3 uniform in weight 200-235 lb». 1S.7S-17.00. 1-3 240280 Ibs. 15.73-H.50, 2 and 3 2(0-320 Ibs. 15.00-73: BOWS 1-3 grades 330-4M Ibs. 15.50-14.00. 270-330 Ibs. 14,00-SO, 400-550 Ib!. 12.75-13.50. Sheep 1.000; steady 1o 50 higher; choice and prime 85-100 !b. fpring Iambi 23.00-25; bulk choice 21.50-33.00; ·wes 3.00-5.00. NEW YORK, May 51 Securities Dealers, Inc.: Aberdeen Fund Affiliated Fund Am Business Shrs Am Inv Fd Am Mutual Fund Atom Dcv Mutual Axe Houshton Fd A Axe Houghton Kd B -Boston Fund Broad Street Invest Bullock Fund Canada Gen Fund ...... Canadian Fund Cdn Int Growth Century Shrs Trust Chemical Fund Colonial Enerfy Colonial Fund Comwlth Income . . . . . . . . Comwlth Investment .... Comwlth Stk Fund Cons Invest Trust Delaware Fund da Vegh Invest tie Vegh Mut ifnnd Divers Growth Stk ..-Divers Invest Fund .... Dividend Shares Dreyius Fund Eaton How Bal Eaton How Stk Electronics Invest Fidelity Fund F. I. K Founders Mut Fund ... Fundamental Invest .... Group Sec Avia-El Group Sec Chemical ... Group Sec Com Stock Group Sec Petrol Hamil Fd HC7 Hamll Fd HDA Income Found Fund ... Income fund Boston ... Incorporated Income .. · Incorp Investors Instil Bank Fund Instil Found Fund Inslil Growth Fund ... Insllt Income Fund -- Instil Insur Fund Investment Co Amcr .. Keystone Cust K. 1 .... Keystone Cutt S 2 Keystone Cust S 3 Keystone Cust a 4 .... Keystone Fund Can ... Knickerbocker Fund ... Knicktrbock. Grth iLoomls Say Mutual ... Mess Investors Trust .. Mass Investors Growth Mutual Trust Nat! Investors Nat Sec Ser Bslin atl. Assn. Bid Asked 2.17 :.28 7,!4 7.83 4.08 4.:s H.SOi 14.33 . unavailable 5.21 5.68 i 5.U ! B.01 ' 10.03 13.31 12.50 13.01 17.J3 10X9 li M'i Si', 41 IS- 1 . am, 5.15 E.ist 16.71 12.32 12. S7 16.01 9.60 8.78 ll.il 11.62 10.09 8.G7 9.40 12.34 17.50 11.1* 13-W 55.17 . 10.00 S.5U -.86 14.12 10.37 11.77 7."iS !i.49 liM 12.70 1I.C3 !1.42 10.22 16. S3 19.0D 11! .:3 13.81 S3.73 10.08 3.M 3.14 llJ.OJ 11.73 .xd 8.50 i:,.16 16.IB 4.21 4.O) . unavailable s.oj a CO g.:e lo..6 12.11! 12X6 11.BO 12.1.1 8.48 9.39 . unavailable . unavailable 2.53 2.79 7.33 8.03 S.07 U.91 Aetna Fire 15.HO «'i Beneficial Sid. $.20 14"; Fisnllitii LU« »I.H 78'j Hartford Fli-a SI.50 6 ' 3 Home Ins. N.Y. t?.CO . ST 1 , . JcfOrion S:d. LH- !.«2'..,-' . :»'; I Maryland Cfij. Sl.iO . . J?" J « S Security Title Ins. 5.50 , . .. 13'* j Till- Ins. * Tr. L.A. SI M 4':', ' U. S. Life S) | INDUSTRIALS ' Albertaon'i J.'O fl'-j Amer, Cament $1.00 Amcr. Express 11.20 Amer. Mary. $1.03 . Aril. Land Tltln Tr. »: 00 Helene Curtis 1.43 A n h r u s r r Busch »1.«0 ... Artlcn Farms »1.00 Ar!;. Bancorp Ariz. Colorfllm Arlv.. Fcrtlllier J.50 .... Arii. Land Bayleu Markets 180 Bonanza ( Bowater Paper $'J6 Bruniwlt Drug S.93 Bl'lloclc's SI M Cihty Bakery t.0 Cadn. Sup. Oil CnnuI. Frt. 1.80 Crors Co Frlglkar t.4a Frontier Airlines Giant Port. Ctm. J.83 ... Glas^par . . Green Mi. Uraii Intern. Mtr. Frt. l.«0 . KBlser Stetl *.0 Levy BL-OE. Tucson I.BO .. Ling Altec Lone Star Stetl Mayfalr Markets ML Fuel Sup. ll.M .... Perm: Cem. 1.70 Photon Pickering Lbr. 1.40 Pubco Petrol Rare Metals of Am ArrowhcodPur. |.M .. Soarle 11.20 Thermo King $.60 Rockwell Mfg. 51.80 ... Rose Marie Reid *.«0 . . . . Sses Candy 1-60 Tekoll Thrifty Drug $.80 T.I.M.E. INC. By WILLIAM A. DOYLE Q. 1 have been buying stocks through a certain brokerage house for a number of years. The registered representative who handles my order has never contacted me to advise me on what to buy or what to sell. Is this the way that brokers normally conduct their business? rocess Tlie Chamber of Commerce tax Study committee today voted to recommend that Ihc Mayor and City that the proposed 1960-K1 c i t y budget Is sufficient in three dr- Two of Tucson's prominent hotrh wire in t h e process of be, ing sold today. Westerner Hotel »t Stone ANY BUSINESS Council s a t i s f y t h e m s e l v e s ; d B r o a d w a y and t h e Sahara * U n «^M«vn.nnx4 1 fil^n 1 * 1 f. . . ^ .. p a r t m e n t s -- police, sanitation. A subcommittee s t r e e t s a n d report, pre- Guest Ranch on O r a n R C Grove road vere beins sold in a pnck- «p for a n p r o x i m a t c l y $1.250.000. Owner of the properties, Meyer Cohen, is selling the hotel and A. That depends on the policy i sented to the tax studv committee, ; Rucst r a n c h to Thomas Stone and »: i of the brokerage firm. And, to 41' 4 1 . indicated the group believes pro- A i s c r i a t r s . f o r m e r l y of San F r a n some extent, it also depends on J posed appropriatlOM for the three Cisco nnd now of Pliocnlx. the registered representative (the departments arc i n s u f f i c i e n t . Cohen operated the W e s t e r n e r -customer's man") who handles The f u n d for Rcneral street rinC(V , iu f-""j"»' c tion in IW He your account. j m a i n t e n a n c e and improvements is P»rc.h».«cd the guest ranch l a t e r . A brokerage f i r m dealing with j increased in the proposed budset the general public is in businsss from $312,118 to $335,249, an in- I n v t n l e r y - E q u i p m t n J CASH AT ONCE Call AL 8-6981 - Phoenix Mr. Bur»ck or Mr. Kramer 'primarily to handle buy and cll crease of 7.4 per cent. 30U mi. if", i-'. increase does not appear Negotiators of the sate are H a r r y R a n s o m , salesman, and .1 nines C. G r a n t , stiles m;mastcr for Tucson R e a l t v Trws! Co., and Mrs. M e r e d i t h Harlcss, a Phoenix- r e a l e s t a t e broker. orders of securities for its cus- tomcrs. consistent w i t h the increase in The amount of i n f o r m a t i o n and j street m || cs r c s u ui,, B from rocc ,t i ; lom , p a f o r m C r M a r i n e j e t services provided above and be- i ,, nne xation." William Brooks. ; p|| 0t p | ans e x t e n s i v e improve- yond that varies widely from one j c h n j r m a n of the subcommittee. ' m e n t s brokerage firm to another. Some j sa | d j put out "market letters." com! i pile recommended lists of securi- | ties, and »nalyze customers' in- in the d o w n t o w n hotel. A d d i t i o n of five new floors as Proposed budget for the Police ; well as a remodeling of the f i r s t Department is $1,651,355. as com- f l o o r plan are in store. D t n i n g pared with $l,4M,886 budgeted for the department in 1959-60. Some customers' men will con- f a c i l i t i e s will be removed to the basement. Remodeling is a n t i c i , _ ,, ,, . . patcd to begin immediately to R e g n r d ! n R , h e ^ Police D , p i i r - j t ] ) e no. 10.32 11.01 8-2» no v.et . no no . um.valli.jlc t.-,1 S.U 11.:s 12.10 1J.2J H.4J 13.16 H.:6 13.19 H.-7 5. ED «.SC 14.«* 12.83 14.84 3 -'7 M.4V 10.23 Nat Sec Ser Dlv 3.11- 7.6 14.C4 12.68 J 3.8.1 2.45 1D.58 11.18 4.C3 1.30 I!'.. 17 lie 33 S3 I01, 10'j :!'· =!'. 8% 10 7'i - l . . M'.a 63 J , 10'. 101. 3 3H. H tact their accounts often. Others ment fund . s P r °P° sed for 1 9 f a °- f i l -j accommodate construction of ex won't. Brooks said: The variations in the range of j "It's not near the amount t h a t nc 13 1'J'i U. S. Servaleria t.50 Von'i Grocery S.40 \Vect. GoldUran Wesitm Fund (A) \Viit. NnU. Gas Weycrhaueser »1.20 UTILITIES Art*. Pub. Service 11-20 . . . . Calif. Int. Tel. 1.70 Collf. Ore. Pwr. Sl.M . . . . Calif. Pac. Utll. 1.90 C ^ l l f . '"a:-r r--v. $1.20 ... CIIZ..UU. B. S.5H G»s SirvlCB *l-72 Pac. Pwr. /: Ll. *1.(10 Port. Gen. Her. S1.S1 Pub. S;rv. of N.?.I, Jl.OO . Sierra Pac. Pr. ;!.SS . ... So. Nev. Pwr. Jl.OS So. Un'.on GJS $1.1: Texas K:sl. Tran'. *l.40 .. Three St. Nit. Gus Tram. Gss Pipe 11.00 -- Y.'«l Conrt Tel. J1.20 Tvcton Gus T.\. $.78 Cltlr, U U I . A United Utll. Jl.40 Republic N a f l Gas «1.00 .. 33 13'i 33 = , 13', M'i 4 1 ' j H 1 , 57'.i 11'. --'.r, 15 0 , Bid 28% GRAIN CHI3AGO. June 1 (flV-ModeraA buyini on export accounts steadied the »raln futures market aomewhat today in an otherwise sluujlsh trade. Corn, with setbacks running to major fractions of a cent at times, led the decllnu. Othrr rraina and soytwans held within small fractions of previous cloiei. mojtly on the minus side. Pakistan was the only wheat buyer. taklni about Hi million bushels for shipment this month and next. Japan bought 750.000 bushels of soybeans and the United Kingdom 400,600 bushels of com. CHICAGO. -June 1 {ft-WHEAT Hish Low Close 1.84V. 1.84 3 i l.M»,4-'!i 1.87', 1.93 Nat Sec Ser Pref Stk ..'. . 7.5« Nat Sec Ser Income xd .'.68 6.11 Nat Sec Ser Stock 7-K) e.U Nat Sec Ser Growth , . . . x d 8.93 8.51 One Wm St 12-51 ".» Pioneer Fund xd 8.54 3.:3 Price, TR Growth ".W 14.04 Putnam Geo Tund xd 14.20 15.54 Putnam XJrth Fd »·« "19 TScudder St Cl»rk ....xd IC.23 JS.53 (Scud St Clc Com Stk... «.2« »-6 Selected Am Shares ».10 1.74 State Street Invast JJ.OZ 37.02 Telcv Elect Fund »·!* *·'· Texas Fund .'. vintyaiUblc Unit Accum Fund I 2 -- 5 J3 ' 32 Unit Cont Fund Ml 'M Unit income Fund 10-OT H- 11 Unit Science Fund l«-*5 I'- 78 Unit Fund Canada H-81 1«.10 Value Line Income Fd .... 5.1» 5.67 Value Line Spl Sit S.«0 3.73 Wellington Fund 13 -J* 'f'f 0 Whitehall Fund 1 -' M l^-"* Wisconsin Fund '· t " t '5 ' Quotations furnished by National Association of Securities Dcal«r«, Inc. which states they do not nec.ssarlly rtflect actual Uantactiens or firm bids or offers but should indicate approximate price*, and unless otherwise indicated, are as quoted by the aponsort or issuers. ',Net asset value. DIVIDENDS 7-1 8-7 (·.10 7-15 GOV'T, BONDS NEW YORK. May Jl MV-Cloitns over the counter U.S. Govarnment Treasury bonds: Bid--ailced--net chanse and yield-- 99.11 H.13 6J M.8 91.6 98.10 97.lt 17.22 S55 M.10 95.14 »i.1l Oper. 1.871. - , Utah PL Vanad Cp Vlc!t Owm Va Care Ch Vulcan Mat 4 M Si lOJJl-H'i is *7',i+ y. 30 ZT.i--I'.i 83 79'4 + 1'i 10 ST, 19 31 + '.i V 33 21'.i- r. Jly Sep D*C 1 .G?."ii Mar 1.S« 5 « May I.B4-84=i CORN Jly 1.21",-',, rtept 1.26 Oec l.lS'.i Mar 1.18',, OATS Jly .72',i-', Dec .75' Mar nvr Jly l.SS',i Sep l.aJii-',! Dec 1.27'.!i- J ,i Mar l.M SOYBEANS Jb- 2.15-14',, 1.92S, 1.96% 1.53 1.21'i 1.30',, 1. IS'.i .72'i .7S',4 l.H 2.12 1.20C.1 1.19'. 1.12'a 1.16', .72'.; .74'.; 1.21 N«tTt» Nat Th«»*T ytmnmms New Xn( El M W Walker. H 10 Walwonh M Warn B Fie 11 WessAOS 8 WJCy Coal W Penn El West Air L, W«ftMaiy West Pae West Un Tel West* A Bk West if El Wh«l Stl White Mot Wfhte Sew 2S Wilson Af Co 15 Winn Dixie Ji 10 - ', 10 - s, 44'.i- ',1 45V,- »i IS'.i ? U=i 2.1 Si, 1 40 36 J i-r . I J2'i- 12 II i , 43 1"V,~ '· 1*7 4»i + i 47 »',;- 73 59'i- 5 47'i- « 47^ - Nov i.OSTi-'.i Jan 2.13»s Mar :.lt LARD (Drumst Jly 9-S1 16.05 Scp 10.2S 10-3S Oct 10.37 I0.4S Nov .. . 10.33 10.35 1. 21-21 Vi .72'.; .W/, .76'/,N l.JJ'l-'^ 1.27'i 1.26 2.14 3 ,; 5% 2.13 J 100* 10.35 10.45 10.40* 2'/,s 60 T~25 4 S 65-SO .... 2 3 ,is 61 2VjS 61 l',;s 62-50 J u n e 2',,J 62-59 Dec .. 2',j3 63 Ss M 2«ls 65 :s «s 2',is 67-62 2'.is 8B-83 2',is 69-64 June . 4s 69 2',iJ 89-64 Dec .. 2',is 70-65 Z\',t 71-68 2',is 72-67 June 2,is 72-67 Sspt 2'/2S 72-457 Dtc . 31JS 74 4s 80 3',ls 83-78 3Us B5 4,«s 85-75 3'bs 90 ..: Ss 95 «5.24 *5.2« 92.24 S2.2t 93.K S3.20 19.1 M.K 17.1 17.16 »8.1J M.20 .1 3.6 .4 2.90 .2 4.11 .4 4.16 .3 4.11 .1 4.11 .a 4.27 4.12 4.31 417 4.24 4.2S 4.30 .1-.4 19 al.8 U.a 8!.4 85 (5.4 M M.a* 14.34 14.21 W.I «*.)« 17.1« «7.24 17.12 17.20 17.12 17.20 M.12 99.20 N.2I SO.4 M.2I IJ.4 No No + .4 -f .4 Nd T.4 + .4 ·r.12 4.01 -J-.4 3.T7 Prices quoted in dollars end thirty saconds. T-- Partially tax exempt. + .4 + .1 4.1 + .4 4.04 + .1 4.27 -r .9 4.24 i-,4 4.22 No 4.04 4.04 4.03 4.20 4.17 4.07 4.C4 4.23 NEW YORK. May 31 i.-ri--Dlvld«nd« declared: Itate--ikeriod--stock of record--payable-- REGULAR B4jG Foods 25 . 5-31 S-10 Conn Gen L Ins . . . .to C! «-17 7-1 Fram Corp 35 Ohio Br«»« W Pac Tel Tel 283 Pac Tel Tel pf . 1.50 Pickering Lumber .. .10 Wcstn Dcpt Strs .. .25 Glrnrd Tr Corn Ex Bk Family Finance Hanover Bank NY N Y ShlpbldK . . . . Arundcl Corp -- Sastlan Bless Domln Fdrles Stl . Fed Bakt Shops .. Holland Fur Loulsv Gas fc Kl . Loulsv GfcE pf .. Roson Corp Un Bag Camp Pap Un Stlt Yds Omaha Unlv Leaf Tob . . Unlv Leaf Tob pf . .40 .50 .50 . ..15 1.00 .35 .',0 .15 . .35 . .3125 .15 .30 .23 . .50 2.00 things done by brokerage f i r m s runs all the 'way .from those who do nothing except handle buy and sell orders to those who do everything except hold the customers' hands. In general, the more public business a brokerage firm looks for, the more services it usually provides. Q. Very often, 1 see an advertisement of a larpe block of stock for sale at a fixed price. When I call my broker the next day to order some, I am told "they are all sold." Docs this sound reasonable? A. Sure. Those ads are placed by underwriters (investment bankers) who handle offerings of securities. The stock might be of- ferred for sale by « company (as "equity financing") to raise money for corporate purposes. Or the stock might be offered (in » "secondary distribution") by one or more of the present stockholders. It is not uni, :ual for all the stock offered that way to be sold in one day. Sometimes it is all sold within a m a t t e r of hours. Just to keep up in the weird language of Wall street, you might be interested to know that when an o f f e r i n g is sold out quickly it is said to have gone "out the window." Of course, even if the stock offered through underwriters has been all sold, you can still buy some. The stock will be traded in the markii. You can order your broker to buy it for you. But you would probably hcve to pay more than it was offered at by the be required." He said t h a t the department plans to increase personnel and its communications department but. generally, not the t r a f f i c control or detective investigation departments. Brooks did not RO into detail on his committee's findings in regard to the Sanitation Department proposed budget, other t h a n to say the committee doubted t h a t it would be adequate. The motion adopted by the lax j committee will be presented to the executive board of the Chamber of Commerce on J u n e 7 for approval. I r a floors. Extensive improvements to the S a h a r a Guest Ranch are planned but no details have been announced OFFICE PLANNING Should you be refurnishing or remodeling your present office, or building a new one -- Call Us! We will plan efficient work stations and recommend pro- cedurts to decrease your operating expenses while Increasing productivity. Full cooperation with the Architect guarantees i properly engineered installation. Appointments at your convenience. OLPPUEHU) OFFl'CE SUPPLY CO. 142 t ltd H · M* H r. 'Hertil CLARK. Prrs. li-30 7-1.1 6-10 7-'i ; ' I underwriters. 6-14 fi-17 6-15 (-IS 7-1 7-1 7-1 I N I T I A L Addrtss Mult new .225 E X T K A Univ l*af Tob 80 fi-IO 6-10 C-30 e-15 6-10 K-17 7-S e-io 1-20 7-1 7-13 B-22 i-17 8-1 7-1 8-17 8-!J 7-1 8-1 EARNINGS Midwest Oil Corp. for the three month! ended March SI: 10BO 1038 Net Income $l.tl7.«3 1.3M.OM A share 73centa 6 cents Balcer Oil Tooli. Inc.. for tht fix montha ended March 31: Net Income »1,213.07T 1,0».1J3 A Share " ccnti 32 «nti Southern Nevada Power Co., for the yr.tr ended April 30: Net Incsme »1.512,887 1,210,701 A Share 200 1.74 After c successful o f f e r i n g , the market price of a stock normally rises. Q. Who has the f i n a l say-so in approving the merger of companies--the officers and directors of the companies or the stockholders of the companies? A. If the merger involves the joining together of two equal-size | companies, the stockholders of the | companies would almost certainly be entitled to vote on the matter. If a big company acquires a small company, however, the directors of the big company might have the authority to handle the matter. The stockholders of the small company normally have the right to vote yes or no on the deal. Mr. Doyle will answer only representative letters of general Interest in his column. He cannot answer phone queries. Copyright 19(0 Mysterious 'Shot' At Car Solved A motorist's complaint that his a u t o was fired on by a passing car and his daughter slightly wounded posed a mystery for a w h i l e yesterday. flut discovery of a ball b e a r i n g in the »uto indicated the incident was an accident and t h a t the bearing probably was kicked up by t h e second cur. Gilbcrto J i m e n e z , Venice, C a l i f . , said (he "shooting" occurred about 8:40 p.m. at Benson Hwy, and Palo Verde Rd. He said the shot came from a passing car and struck the l e f t rear window. J i m e n e z said his d a u g h t e r , Grace, 11, was struck by f l y i n g glass. Capf. Leonard McCulloch of the s h e r i f f ' s office said the b a l l b e a r i n g found in the car was a perfect fit for the hole in the car window, leading to the accident theory. listen to HUTTOM'S BUSINESS NEWS at 9:05 a.m. monday thru friday over KCEE-790 on your RADIO dial E. F. HUTTON COMPANY M«mlxr« Nrw York Slock lixchanfr Pacilin Coml Slock lijcdianf* nnrt olher luirlinj Kxchtn|i-» 20 E. PENNINGTON ST. TUCSON MAIN 2-2871 In the Pioneer Hotel O P E N SATURDAYS · ;OO A . M . T O N O O N 8r« Interest ON Registered and Negotiable First Mortgage Bonds Northwest Hospital, Glcndale, Arizona, » non-profit Inst. and privileged tn sell throughout U.S. is still offering a limited number of bonds 7 thru 11 yrs. maturity, J108, $500, $1000, $3000. Trust Dcpt. of our Bank will Issue all bonds and interest payments. Contact Gloria Hale Yellowstone $-2101 r,X S. 2nd Ave. Glcndaie, Arizona I will be in Tucson often and will contact you by request. Waist on Co. ...... »-- Inc. i - 69 OHices Coast to Coast und Overseas MEMBERS NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE M other Principal Stock and Commodity Excb / Listed and Over the Counter Stocks \ M u t u a l Funds and Bonds / 303 ARIZONA LAND TITLE BLDG. TUCSON · MA 2-3551 OTKN SATURDAY"*. FARK * SHOP *.m. u- NOON A'o. } »i a stnri ffCoumel PRODUCE LOS ANGELES, May 31 M',-EMS- to retailers f.o.b. dlstribulori' plant- ex lane AA 41.5-44.5. Urje AA M.5- 30.5; medium AA. 30.5-23.5; small AA 24.S-S5.I; «x l«r»e A 40.5- 41.5; large A 31.5-33.1; msdlum A 23.5-2(1.5; nail A 21.5-22.5; to retailers, delivered in ctn*--ex l«r»e AA «-50; Itrie AA :a- 43; medium AA 35-2S; small AA 28-20; Burns To Head Insurance Assn. James Burns has been elected } president of the Tucson Casualty ; Adjusters Assn. for 1980-61. ' Serving with him will be W i i - ! liam Van Deman, vice president; j George Mclntyre, secretary; and i Thomas Mabry, treasurer. The new officers will FOR UP.TO-THE-MINLTK M A R K E T INFORMATION (Automatic Aiuwcrinf Scrriwe) s 7 Dial MA 2-7777 be in- a meet- FOREIGN EXCHANGE larje A 4a-4«; lane A 38-..S. . sta ] e j tomorrow night at medium A 32-34; amall A 26-2); to con- I . ° T,,r,A,A »umen in lame retail itor«s-lar»e AA ! ing tO D6 held at the Bagdad. METALS NEW YORK. May SI (*·--Closing foreign exchanfe rat«s (Great Britain and Australia in dollars, ethers In cents and decimal: of a cenu: Tu«s. Prev. Day Canada in NY (free) 101.2343 101.3125 Great Brnam (pound) 2.1071 Z.I030 Great Britain 30 day futures 2.8005 28012 Great Britain 60 day futures 2.7991 2.7997! Great Britain SO day | futures 2.797« Australia (pound) 2.2419 Belclurn (franc) 2.MCO Trance ( f m n c l ... ? A 4 I Germany (western) (Deutsche mark) Holland (guilder) . medium AA 4»-4»: »maii AA is- Butter-- Jobbinc prices to retailers in ctns--garde AA 67.S-72; (trade A ·7.3- 70. Live poultry, volume prices. May 27, 28 and 30 at ranch: foers 48,303 head, 25 pet 18.". 58 pet 19, 13 pa 20. « pet 21: roaster* 14,100 head. 23 pet 23.5. 20 pet 24, 57 pet 24; delivered hens It wts 34,900 head. 33 pet 7, « pet 7.5, 44 Pet C, t pet », I pet undetermined: crosses 14,100 head. 75 »ct 10, 11 pet 11, 7 pet 12, 7 pet undetermined. Guest speaker will be Newton P'effcr of Grunewald Adams. corroN Coffee KEW YOHK. June 1 'ft--C»tWn futures were irregular today. Trading was q u i « t . wi:h the market lacklnjt fret-h incentive*. Nearby J u l y advanced IT e a r l y I dealing on trade buying and then =:==- cr: !!-i:i^±tlnz ?r^:r?. L^L? afternoon priced were 5 cents a hi.'e low^r to 5 cents h i g h e r than t h r previous close. July 22.62, Ociober 21.OR and December ill.15. 2.7979 ] WEW YORK, May 31 H!V_Coffee spot 2.2440 j Santos No. 4 ex-dock closed at 37.50- 20.0M11 S8.U3A, Cost and freight offerings Include Santos B«urbons 2s at 36.5G-36.75A micro 'jroii JO. 4050 Italy (lira) Partucal (escudo) . Sweden 'krona) Switzerland (franc) (fre«) Denmark (krone) . 23.0825 24.5275 .1619 3.51 1S.SS 24.98 26.5225 .1*1$ 3.51 NTW YORK, June 1 (fr- ferrous metil priett 1ol«y: cents a pound. Connecticut valley. L«»d 12 cents a pound. New York. Zinc 13 cents a pound. East St. Louis. Tin $1.00 a pound. New Yerli. Torelfn silver »l"i writs per troy ounce. Nrw 23.1* 23.1K 14.49 1449 LATIN A M g R I C A Argentina (peso) (free i 1.22 ] .12 Brazil (cruzeiro) (free) .M 56 ·Spot non-! Mexico (peioi 8.02 8.02 eop-p*T J3 | Venezuela (bolivtr) rs.SB 20 99 FAW EAST Konx Kimz dollar 17.65 17 .SS JS 33.5M3.75N. "B" futures closed 5 to 17 hiiher: Jly S6.KN: Sep I5.S5N: Mar 34 09. "M" futures closed t to 10 lower; Jly 44.«4; Sep 44.SON. A--Asked; N--Nemlr.al. COTTONSEED MEAL LOOSE DIAMONDS TOP COLOR AND CUT . S50 1 Carat... $2S4 Carat... 165 l^Cant... »4i5 iC4«t...»J05 2 Carat... S»50 i Car»t . . . Jl« 3 Cant. -.11100 S. SILVERBERG A SONS 113 E. CONGRESS Manufeeturcn at tint jewelry since 1910 Mr. "lirdie" MtPar M r . M c P a r would r a t h e r score "birdie.s" t h a n be p r e s i d e n t ! Life to him is one vast p u t t i n g green. But he h a d learned e a r l y t h a t in order to .spend l i m e "on t h e green" he had to be "/'// the green"! So he t u r n e d to pro? in Mod: a n d bond m a t t e r s , l i k e t h e Registered Representatives at .1. A. Hogle Co., and got on t h e course toward f i n a n c i a l independence. Why not let us h e l p you p l a n y o u r f i n a n c i a l f u t u r e ! A.k inr FRFT reniirt nn- ·' ~~~ ' ~ /' " · - -- · · · }\'e\icrn Air Lines. IJ.A.HOGLE4 CO. NIP Vwvfe 1 Stock Exchange 150 N. Stone Avenue TUCSON - MA 2-6724 flfficc; tlifOitfliottf //if K f i / 62nd Consecutive Distribution institutional foundation fund The Board ol Directors has declared a q u a r t c r l y d i v i d c n d ol K( pershBre.lrom investment income, payable June i, 1580, to shareholders of record. Mav 2. 1860. 85 Broad Str.«t, N»w York, N. Y. NEED MORTGAGE MONEY? LARGE or SMALL QUICK ACTION KASY TERMS CONSTRUCTION REFINANCING SOLOT REALTY CO. Realtors c. orooaway Phont EA 5-2665 DRYGOODS S 1 , WoTworth 27 Wy»n Wor Wffifttthtft 18 *!'*- 37 7 HAY. FEED Tenn.. Way 31 i.r,--Cot- l ' ton»i?ed meal, bulk, future quotations, ' · i prime 43 jer cent r/rotein basis: July ' I 54.00-55.00; Sept Bl.i6-I2.90: Oct 50.M- 1 M15: Dec SO.«6-S«.75: Dec SO.W-SO.TJ; ' Van Vi 3ftv51 K* Mar NTW VOKK, Jun« 1 UTr-Ttit «otten Textile irartwl tern «utct t*4*y. Vuy*n tor fftl-m LOS UWJMJ5S. May 31 f*V-Alf»rl»: I There wat no ·presnrre to lufl wn Tin j XJ^. No. 1 3t.86-n.tt-, TJ.*. No. 2 Iwfy ] T».t of mflls. *o tn« «»f*m»t« eon- ( 3».«»-25.«C; XJJS. No, 2 rr«rn S5.W-X.W; *ttons vmtsi. SftT)» rej«rrt»d «rrTy i ' tTJS. No. i »2.«ft-3J.60^ »r»rfi «y: N«. i *r.»TI voTonrre at rtvrOnv at 1*1(1 IT ««m, l *«Ks, TS Tn*ov W I Xw(rrTj»n wort atrctton* wt COTTONSEED OIL YOHK. Jfty Si "Tr-- *te»ch»W» ! A ItMres «««« « t» 1 ) Jly T2.J7; 9ff 12 T7*; DBc 11*; ] Hemphill, Noyes ( Co. Mtmbirs Nrui York Sleek Excbm* *»i Otbtr friniipfl Sfutritifi Xxckfagn OHECT MIIVATE WIRE TO NEW YORK THAKS-LUX « DOW TONES NEWS TICKEH . 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