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MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1963 T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN PAGE15 NEW YORK STOCK LIST DOW-JONES CLOSING STOCK AVERAGES Industrials Rails. · · · « · · « « * · · · · · · · · « · « « . . . . . . 715.11 Quoted Change 16 . 138.80 ; , , . . . Today s Closing Prices tile* Air Control Air Prod Air R**'? AJ Must Alco PC" 1 Ald«r.J AIIM C» All"/* AHUd M" 1 ' Allied Str» Allli Chal AlPh.PC /klum Ltd Alco« Am As Crt Am Alrlln Am Bosch Am Brk Sh A m B d P a r Am Can Am Cyan Am El PW Am Enk» Am Export Am Hard Am Home Am Hosplt Am Inv Am MFdy Am MetC I AmMatPd Am Mot Am N Gas Am News Am optical Am Photo Am P'^ash Am Seating Am Smelt Am Std Am Sugar Am Suoar Wl Am T«1 Tel . 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'A 31% + Vt 26 47% 4*'A 47 -t- Vt 57 55'A S6'/« +2 BVt SVt SV, - Vt Shal Denn 1 Shaw Wat 3 Sherw Wm 4 Slg Oil A ;.. 43 Silver Creek Prec -80 Snotone 12 S'pen Shoe 2 Sperry Rand 43 Starrett Co. 7 Starrett Pfd 1 Syntex CPN 112 Tech Mater : 21 Tech Oper 17 Technlcol 140 Tel-A-Sisn 1 Tenny Ens 3 ThrlftIA 3 TrlContwt 14 Unexcell Ch 3 UnCanOAG 1 Vlctoreen :... 22 Walthab Prec ". 3 Webb Koapp 101 West Equities 7 West Equities ......... 7 Wilson Br 3 S'A -10 4 4'A 4 S'A U 3'A 84 4 42V4 4 12'A 7% 4 U'A 14% 63/4 27'A 7 9'A 25% Man Seized In Bombing Apartment CHICAGO -- UPI -- A cocktail for his girl friend might get William Ross, 49, a $5,000 fine, five years in jail, or both. It was a molotov cocktail. Ross, a dishwasher, was arrested yesterday by Federal Bureau of Investigation agents for throwing a bomb into the apartment of Mrs. Patricia Clifton, 39, a waitress. M. W. Johnson, s p e c i a l agent in charge of the Chicago FBI office, said Ross was charged with w r i t i n g two threatening letters to Mrs. Clifton. T h e letters, written this month, warned her she would lose her life unless she quit her waitress job, Johnson said. The bomb caused m i n o r damage, Johnson said. Ross was to be taken before the U.S. commissioner today and charged with violation of the federal extortion statute. SEATTLE--UPI--A strike of 40,000 workers appeared imminent today in the long, drawn-out labor dispute between the International Association of Machinists and NGT Boeing Co., makers of the Minuteman missile. The only question remaining appeared to be when the strike will come. That may be settled at meetings of 600 shop stewards and JAM local leaders which the union has scheduled across the nation for 6 p.m. today, Tucson time. If the strike date is set it would mean that 26,000 production workers at Boeing plants in the Seattle-Renton, Wash., area and 14,000 more at Wichita, Kan., and Minuteman installations at 12 Air Force bases across the nation would be poised to leave their jobs. Twice before the union has threatened to strike in the dispute. A strike was averted Jan. 25 when President Kennedy, acting in what he said was the interest of national defense, invoked the Taft-Hartley law and obtained an 80- day "cooling off" injunction. A strike was set again for April 16, the day after the injunction expired, but it was in the offer being turned down. The main opposition was to the company's failure to include a regular union shop clause in the contract and to parts of the performance analysis program carried on by the company. A bitter 140-day strike in 1948 was centered around the union shop argument. The IAM lost that battle. Boeing is the major contractor for the Minuteman, while the Machinists Union members are the principal technicians on the missile. Boeing said the spokesmen have cQmpany's plants here and elsewhere will continue in operation, even if the machinists go on strike. WalstonCo ;Members New York Stotk E«t..nqc " ' · 1 7 7 NOflTH CHURCH AVfNU' MAin 2 3551 «. P O Bo- ilOK Di'ol MA 2 7777 foi Mo'tvi « rp nr)i OFFICES STORES 4500 BLOCK EAST BROADWAY AMERICAN HOMES Assoc. Realtors--Contractors 4535 E. Broadway EA 6-2464 OFFICE SPACE OLD PUEBLO OFFICE .BLD(. As Low As 135 E. Alamecja. at 6(h Avc. 7'A 4 8% -- 7'A --. 2% ll'A 52'A -- 24V% -- % 24% -- 1 ll'A + Vt 1% 4 % 3'A -- Vt 22% - % 37% 4 Va 7'A 1 3/16 8% - % .2 % 4 l / \ 6 2'A K % . J'A - % 6% - Vi Vi 1% Bette Davis Sues Merrill For $18,405 LOS ANGELES--#)--Bette Davis has sued ex-husband Gary Merrill for $18,405. Her suit, filed April 1 and disclosed today, says that's his share of the cost of paying the encumbrance on a home at Zeb's Gove, Maine. OVER THE COUNTER GRAIN 181 1 3 37'A 10 41V4 37'A 37'A -r Vt 41 31% 30'/ 60 60 44'/4 43% 74'A 73/4 41 30'/4 - 7a 60 - Va 44'/4 -f Vt 73'/4 -- Vt Xerox Cp Yale Tow Yngst Sh S. T Ynsst S Dr Zenith R 1 5 38 21 33'A 32% 32/« 1 101% 10PA 10P/ ..... X - Y - Z 209 177 173'.i 176% -1W 24 30 29V 30 + V4 36 99'A 98% nVt - Vt 38 23% 22'A 23'A -fl'A «6 55Vt 54% 55% + Vt CHICAGO, April 29 (/P)--Light Jo moderate selling pressure weakened nearly all grain futures contracts today on the board of trade. Wheat, the most notable exception, was In good demand and posted gains of two cents or more at times on buying which dealers said appeared to be short covering. All other contracts traded mostly within vious closes. malor fractions of pre- LIVESTOCK Wheat closed 2'/ cents a bushel higher to Vt lower. May S2.1W4-y«; corn Vt to IV* lower. May S1.17A-%; oats % to Vt lower, May 494-V! cents; rye IVi lower to Vt higher. May $1.28; soybeans unchanged to Vt lower, Ma/ S2.«0-59%. CHICAGO, April 2»-W-- Open High Low Close WHEAT-- 2.11 2.08V4 1.97% 1.B7 1.89'/. !.«% Bid and asked prices are obtained from the National Association of Securities Dealers but do not represent actual transactions. They are intended as a guide to the approximate range within which these securities could have been sold (bid) or bought (asked) at the time of compilation. Bid Asked BANKS Arizona Bank 31'A 34 Bank of Amer 65 68'A Chase Man. N.Y 83% 85'A Chemical Bk. N.Y. Tr......... S6'/a 89 Cont. III. Chgo 171% 176'A 1st Natl. of Ariz 41% 45% 1st Natl. City N.Y 103% ,105% May July Sept PHOENIX--W--Trade slaughter steers and heifers active, steady with last week's decline; slauahter calves steady; feeding classes weak. Slaughter steers: 440 head choice 10501075 IDS. 23.00; 890 mostly choice 10501150 Its. 22.25-25.75; 700 good and mixed good and choice 1050-1150 Ibs. 21.25-22.00; 120 choice 1300 Ibs. 22.00; 300 good 925 Ibs. 22.00; 540 standard and good 10001100 Ibs. 20.50-51.00. Slaughter heifers: 60 head mostly choice 850 Ibs. 22.50; 310 mixed good and choice 900-950 !bs. 21.00-21.50, to west coast; 40 good 909 Ibs. 20.75. Slaughter calves: 65 good 520 Ibs. 23.50. Range: 50 choice 625 Ib. steers 23.50; 100 good and choice 700 Ibs. 53.75; 250 choice 600-725 Ib. steers and heifers, steers 52.30, heifers 51.00; 400 choice 700 Ib. native steers and heifers, steers 22.50; heifers 21.50. Auction: receipts at Friday's auction 730 head; feeders strong to 50 cents hleh- er, early; later trade steady; slaughter prices unchanged. LOS ANGELES, April 29 «)-- (FSMN)-- Los Aneeles area feedlot and range sales tor week ending April 26, slaughter steers mostly choice 1000-1025 Ib. 23.75-24.00; good, sprinkling low choice, 925-950 Ib. 53.00; high standard and good -850-1000 Ib. 22.00-50; heifer; mostly choice 850925 tb. 23,00-50; feeders good and choice 650 Ib. 23.50; slauchter spring lambs choice and prime 98-102 Ib. 20.50-75. KANSAS CITY, April 29 (n-- Hogs 4,500; 10-50 higher; barrows and gilts, 1-3 190250 Ib. 13.75-14.25; 1-2 212 Ib. 14.35; 2-3 270-300 Ib. 13.00-50; sows 1-3 275-400 Ib. 15.50-13,00; 2-3 400-600 Ib. 11.75-12.50. Sheep 800; steady; choice and prime spring lambs 25.00-50; flood and choice 21.03-75; cull to good ewes 6.75-7.50. Cattk 8,000; calves 100; 25-50 hlohto choice steers 25.50-23.25; good to choice 52,25-751 choice hclferi 23.27-23.00; good 20.50-22.00; cr,ws U.00-17.00; good and choke vealen 24.00-29.00. 2.08 Vt 1.87% 1.89-ee'A Dec ... 1.92% Mar ... 1.93 CORN- May ... 1.17%-'A July ... 1.18%-% Sept ... 1.17% Dec ... 1.14'A Mar ... 1.17%-'A OATS l.92'/« 2.NH'-% 1.87H 1.B8V. 1.92H-93 l.?3'/ 1.17V4 1.19 1.17% 1.17V4 1.18% 1.18V4 1.14'A 1.14 1.17% 1.16'A 1.17% 1.17'/i May 70'/.-40% 70V« 68% 68% 69'A-49 69W 71 71 July Sept Dec Mar RYE-May ... 1.29-29'A July ... 1.28%-'A Sept ... 1.28% Dec ... 1.30'A-% Mar ... 1.31 SOYBEANS-- 69 Vi 67% 68'A 70'A 1.29V4 1.29 1.29 1.30% 1.31'A May July Aug Sept Nov Jan Mar 2.60'/4-V4 2.61 2.60W 2.51% 2.49'A 2.52'A 2.60 2.5TA-% 2.49-49'A 2.52-52% 2.55'A 1.27% 1.28'A 1.28% 1.30'A 1.31 2.59'A 2.60'/a 2.59 1.14 1.16'A 69%-'A 67'A 6B1/2 70'A 72'AA 1.23 1.28% 1.2B'A 1.30% 1.31'A 2.60-59% 2.41%-'A 2.40-59% 2.50% 2.51'A 2.48A 2.51% 2.55% 2.54'A 2.55W-55 DRYGOODS NEW YORK, April 29 (flV-The cotton textile market was steady today. Dealers reported fairly substantial sales of the 41 Inch 78x78 4.05 yards print cloth for third quarter delivery. Other print cloths, broadcloths and sheetings sold for spot delivery. Orders for wool goods were moderate. Prices wer* steady at Australian wool auctions. Japan was the leading buyer, followed by the United Kingdom and the continent. The synthetic goods market was slow, but dealers reported a broadening Interest In third quarter supplies. COTTON NEW YORK, April 29 (AV-Colton futures were higher late today. Trade and commlsilon house buying found of- ferlngi light. Two May delivery notices were Issued al New York and were reported promptly slopped. Late Afternoon prices were 5 lo 40 cants a bala higher thin ih« previous . .. cloia, May 34.70, July 33.31 and Oct. -- W I 35 J5. TREASURY POSITION WASHINGTON, April 29 W-The cash position of the treasury compared with corresponding date a year ago: April 24,1963 April 24, 1962 Balance: t 5,414,217,109.02 $ 4,«29,1*4,'235.»0 Deposits fiscal year July 1: $ 86*59,117,437.00 J 78449,345,101.00 Withdrawals fiscal year: $ 97,471,441,464.44 t 91,138,204,353,81 Total debt: ·1303,833,345,451.62 J59?,51S,2«,49».19 Gold asiels: » 15,;i,OOt,500.iVl $ U,494,70],237.9« ·Includes tMI,7M,7?5.40 debt not I to statutory limit. Irving Tr. N.Y 48% Sl'A Manufactures Hanover 57'A 40 Moroan Guar. N.Y 114% 119'A Valley Natl. Bk Phx 65'A 69'A INSURANCE COMPANIES Beneficial Std 26% 28% Continental Cas 75% 79'A Fidelity Bankers Life 12% 13'A Franklin Life 64% 68'A Govt. Employees Ins 71'A 75'/j Georgia Intl. Life 16%' 17% Hartford Fire 70% 73% Home Ins. N.Y 77% 81 Jefferson Std 92Vn 96 Nat Old Line 21'A 22% Travelers Ins 180% 186% UTILITIES Calif. Int. Tel 25'A Cltz. Utl. A 23'A CItz. Utll. B 23% Continental Tel 10'A Hawaiian Electric 28% Hawaiian Tel 23% Pac. Pwr. Lite 26'A Port. Gen. Electric 25% Pub. Serv. of N.M 34'A Trans. Gas Pipe 23% Tucson Gas 22% United Utility 34'A INDUSTRIALS Albertson's 13% Anheuser-Busch 54% Ariz. Bancorp 21'A Arden Farms 15 Ariz. Agro. Chem. Corp 4'A Azlec Oil Gas IB'A Bayless Markets 12% M. Blatt Co 1% Bonanza S'A Brunsv/lg Druo ., U'A Cadn. Sup. Oil 13% Commonwealth Oil Ref 7% Consol. Frt 12'A Delhi-Taylor 17% Del Webb 9'A Denver Real Estate 9'A Frontier Airlines 4 Futlerman 6'A Horizon Land 5 Intent. Mtr. Frt 21% Lone Star Steel 8% Lucky Stores 19'A Lusk Common 1'A Mayfalr Markets 6'A Pabsl Brew 19 Pickering Lbr 7% Pubco Petrol 12% Scotl Foreiman 25% Searle, G.D HIV* Sees Candy 13'A So. West Rscn Gen tnc 4% T»x itar O.tG JJ Thrifty Drug 35 West Natl Gas I3'A Weyerhaeuser -- , 29% called off when the company made a new contract offer. That offer was rejected by 877 votes in a nationwide election earlier this month. The only alternatives to a strike this time would be a new contract offer from the company, re-submission of the last offer to the union membership or further federal intervention.. None of these moves appeared to be forthcoming. The company, through its vice president in charge of industrial and public relations, Lowell Mickelwait, indicated last week that it had no intention of making a contract offer which was more acceptable to the union. Union negotiators have indicated they will not resubmit the last contract offer to union members. Federa mediators said Jast week they planned to call no meetings between the two sides and knew of no plans for government intervention. Negotiations in the dispute began last July 15, with the chief items of disagreement being wages, the union shop and job performance analysis. Negotiators reached agreement on a wage proposal which would have provided a 22 to 32-cent an hour pay increase over a three-year period, and the company agreed to a union membership clause much like one recommended by one of the two presidential panels involved in the disputes. Union negotiators recommended acceptances of the contract offer and the dispute appeared headed for an end, but an overwhelming rejection of the offer by the lAM's members at Wichita resulted LEASING Is Our Business NEW CARS RAMBLER Z20 SEDAN $59 PER MO. Call 624-744! or come to GALLOWAY MOTORS 1237 N. STONE AMERICAN AUTO RENTAL DAY ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^····"·······iMiBiiiiBHBBB^iiiMI LEASE ANY MAKE-ANY MODEL 1963 Chevrolet Impala $07 Sport Coupe with Air * ' Conditioning Per Morttl 1963 T-Bird with Air $190 Cond., Electric Seat · *** and Windows. Per Month We will Purchase Your Present Car ATLANTIC-PACIFIC AUTOaEASlNG; COMPANY PHONE 793-9376 3620 E. SPEEDWAY 811 N. 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American Exchange Trading Fell NEW YORK-- (/P)--Trading on the American Stock Exchange in the January-March quarter fell about 25 per cent from last year's first quarter pace, the exchange reported today. Turnover dropped to 66,309,880 shares from 88,965,394 shares in the first three months of 1962. The year-ago period was unusually active, preceding the sharp stock market break of late May which drove many small investors to the sidelines. In a quarterly report on exchange operations, Edwin D. Etherington, president, said 19 issues were de-listed and 11 were added during this year's first quarter. Most of those taken off the board were for failure to meet tightened standards for continued dealings. Listings at the close of the period totaled 1,013 of 950 companies. Etherington also reported progress in the exchange project for automated handling of the stock quotation system and in action to reduce associate memberships. The exchange has authorized 151 new regular memberships to qualified associate members. The exchange said net income for the first quarter was $155,609, an increase of $44,- jj STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS § H CORPORATION BONDS AND STOCKS g m . MUTUAL FUNDS Woodward Zuber Complete Investment Service 70 E. ALAMEDA ST. TELEPHONE MA 3-0301 Teletype TWX811 IT? FOR RENT 7100 Square Feet of Space Air Cooled · Heated · Plenty of Parking Space · On A Main Thoroughfare with Lots of Retail Traffic · $325 Per Month to Reliable Tenant CALL OR VISIT EA 5-5854 FABRICS, LTD. KM 642 from the corresponding 1962 period.

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