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THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, I960 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 25 NEW YORK STOCK LIST AMERICAN DOW-JONES FINAL STOCK AVERAGES Quoted Change 30 Industrials-....i ..,.'. v* 627.S7 A2.91 20 Rails .;.'.'. 138.87 D .62 16 Utilities..,,.,..,..,.,.,.,.., gg.76 A .25 Sales--3,730,000. . : . . , : Today's Final Prices Sales Clow Cnse ' N n r f W e n S 89',. K o A m A v 13 36^ ·- '· Nor Central .50 66 4 , Nor Pac 23 39% + 'i NorSta Pw 25 17'.7 - · Northrop 31 34 -- ' Nwst A i r l i n IS 20 i 1% 3 P.M. PRICES Emer El Emer. Rad Erie RR Evercharp 1 Ex-Cell-O Firestone Firstaroer Firth Cpt Flintkote FJa Pw. Fla PL Food Fair Foot) Mach. .Ford Mot Forcm Dair Fotrt Wheel Freept Sut Frueh Tra Gamble Sk Gar Wood Garrett GenAmTran 22 Gen Bak- . 2S 0 19 31 Ohio Ed is Ohio Oil 31 314-- ' i O k l a G E 8 31', t ',; »!, I O k l a N G a i 10 IS'.?-- »i s i j Olin Math 68 42'. j Oliver Cp 19 18 s ,-- V; 'i OtisElev 33 «5».*-i Hi Outb Mar 101 28'j-- . 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Sonotohe .. ...^.v-..·- Syntex Cp ....'.';... Techntco ....:..,'.. Tel-A-Sign ;-.... Tri'tont -wt ....;... Unexcell Ch --:. United C«nso O US Air Cond . . . . . . Waltham Prec .... Webb Knapp ... Wilson Bros DIVIDENDS i OVER THE Deaf, Blind School Fclcs Nurse .109 . 8 . 1 . 50 . 17 . M . 18 . . 59 . ' ', 16 . 5 . 12 . 30 . 32 . 5 1 .JO* . 105 . 7 . 42 .31 ...162 . x d l B 11.50 . . . 1 9 7 " ... 3 . . . 3 1 ... 15 ... 38 .... ;7 ... 43 ... 33 ..4.00 ... 6 3 36 . 15 Jj5 82 20 12 . 13 . 3 . 3, . 30 . a . 48 . 24 . 16 . 1 . 36 ; 8 . '3 . 30 . A -M* -- 3% M'. 43', 3'. 18=. 28'j 12', 23 3 1. 4'. NEW YORK, June 1 «r ... R«tr~ p«rlo?t--itock of i »coi d--p«yable-- R t C U L A R Fidelity Fund . .1! *-J «-» : Pac Inlermt Exprens .so 0 *·« '·! j Coinlnt til Wk. .S75 Q *.u 6-30 Crn« Cl Wkf '47 pf .67.% O 6-13 M i Cine. Cl \Vk» '45 pf Kts q « - I J 1.| I Cuban Amer Sur .. »ifl . 6-13 7-1 j IntJ Shor . .45 Q (.13 T . I I Merritt ChapAiScott ..10 4 6-17 A-30 j Mueller Brasa U Q fi-1« «-3(l ! Unit Pac Alum 1W Q ft-is «-:io ' Cltvlte Corp Ml .. «-Kl B-37 ' M».v Dept Sirs ... .Si ' Q « - 1 5 ' S-l May D St pf »l 1942 .9371 Q 10-10 10-31 i May O St, pf ter 1««7 .(315 Q 10-10 10-3) i M«y D St pf ter 1959 -«IS Q 10-10 10-31 ! Ma.v D-Stri 3 40 pf .»» , Q 10-10 10-31 ( Beatrice Fds .40 Q «-15 7-1 · Beat Fds 4.50 pf ..!.!» Q 6 - 1 ^c»t Fds 3.375 pf . , .84375 Q S-l Corroon Hey . . . . .15 DUberts Supmkt pf .175 Domln Sll and Coal .10 COUNTER Civic Center Seen As Aid BANKS Hunk of AMH'lU'a 1190 .. Rjinlt of V^vjcla« 41 f.T .. BanW o( T:ic«on Cha.r Man N. V. U 40 C l l t . N a i l . L. A. »l do . Com 111. Chlcaito M *r . 1*1 N u l l . Cily N. Y. t.VOO i n N u l l . ( Aril. »l 20 liviivt Tr. N Y. »l.«0 ' M o r g a n Ouar. N. Y. *.1 X) Sec l»t N u l l . I.. A. 11.60 nid Aikrd . 17 . W, 41) 110 79', JOI' 1 * 1 * IU', SJ»« 114 KM, Hid - ! 31 9 16-3/U 7 13. 16 , 17 10-" 2 103 43'i 184', 23'. 3 19 · J ' j I'.i "l-.i C-30 6-15 7-S 6-10 6-17 6-IS 6-23 6-22 6-22 (-3 7-1 7-1 7-1 8-34 7-1 6-30 ·6-1 f - 1 6-15 Garlock Inr .30 Q Hanover Shoe 30 McDermotl Jr 15 Q Not 111 6« .30 Q Nor 111 G 6.50 pf , .1.371 Q Nor 111 G'3 pf 1.25 Q Oneida Ltd ......... .25 Pac T-^lnd Ttl ..,.285 Q(x)6-8(x)8-30 (X)--Revised dates ProV -Washn Intw .20 Q 6-7 Shmrck Oil .4 Ca» .40 Q . B-13 7-1 Starrelt Ls 20 Q fi-16 fi-30 Univ Pictures 25 · .. 6-15-«-28 Ventures Ltd 25 .. .s-IJ s-31 West Penn Elec 43J Q "S-10 «-30 I N I T I A L ; Elizabetntown Wat. Ne\\; .30 . . 6 - 1 0 .«-U4 Diversey Cp New .. .15 .. 6-17 6-30 Gen Time New 0635 .. 6-18 7-1 ; - STOCK Unit Pac A'(um . 3V .. 6-1S 6-30 Loral Electi'on . . . 5*V .. 6-17 7-8 1 N C R E A S I D Decca Records . . . .30 .. s-15 «-29 Morgan Grd Tr NY 1 00 Q 6-15 7-15 I R R E G U L A R Petroleum Cp Am ...25 .. »-IO .6-Z4 E X T R A Sarlock Inc . . ' : . . .20 .. *-IO 6-34 Si A i l t . Bk. A Tnirt II M .Vi « V a l l e j N a i l . Phornix Jl.OO S9 B INSURANCE COMPANIES Artni File $2.«0 11, 7 Bcn*iici*l S\tl. SiS- I*V, } Franklin Life'»!.SO .'.... "S 1 . 7 Hartloi-d HIT II.So . 4(!' F 4 Home l n ^ . N. Y H.do 51', « Jefferson Std. Life St'jC .. 3« M a r y l a n d Ca«. fl..i,'i . 3i% N s l l . 1.1 to *i C*'., Phoenix 2-' Security T l l l f In*. 50o 1.1'. 4 Tlllf Inn «, Tr. L. A. »\ afl 45 U. S. Life S«% 40' 94'. 3* H' 43 41' INDUSTRIALS MUTUAL Hi' 13V a 1 4 3 1 U 19V. .NEW YORK. June' 1 l/rj^-Natl. Assri. Securities Dealers, Inc.: ''.. : ! ; :BiiJ Asked GRAIN CHICAGO. Junt 2 (/ri--Grain futures prices posted their third luccenive Kcneral setback today although declines again were limited mostly to onall fractions. At timei. oats, rye »nd »oybean« all were down major fraction* in early dealings on MllinK described as liquidation. However, offerings appeared 1o be scattered and there were no tign« of a concerted stroni bearish drive. Commercial demand itlll was »c»t- tered and 1hln. Wheat was '.« cent a bushel lower 1o i; higher «t the close, -luly »1.84»i: rorn unchnnsed to », lower. July $1.20',-',: oats 'i lower to '. higher. J u l v 71: rye 'i tn 1'i lower. July $1.23",;: 'i to ',i lower. J u l y »2.14'4. CHICAGO, June J. W h i a t : Open July ...1.IM 3 ,.Sept. ,.1.»7 3 . .1.96'i Hlrh Low l.lM'j Clone 1.07 ',4 1.92 1 , . 1.21-J1! .1.19'., ..i.ie 1 . 72',i 74'.. 78 -72 3T 37 7» 10 44 4 48 2 « 10.1 Bias - S B -- «4 201 It i 5 S'.. 15 44 + 28T.4J", .Wi- li S7,-rl!« 26!, 32', 3 1 1'i 14U SI',,-- 'i Mar. May . Corn; July . Sept. Dec. . Mar. . Oati July . Sept. Dec. . Mar. . Ryt:-. J u l y .. 1.25-25". j Sept. . !.»'.; Drc. .. . l.27 3 «-'i Mar S o y b e a n * ; J u l y . . .2.15-I414 Sept. . 2.11 s , Nov. ...2.0B".- 5 ; Jan. ...2.13' 3 Mar. . . . 2 . 1 6 ' . L a r d ( d r u m i ) ; July ..10.05 Sept. 10.37 Oct . 10.3S Nov A--Asked. l.MH 1.94',; 1.21 '. 1.12'i MS'., 73V, T4% 1.25' 1.1V 2.15 2.11 s US'/, 1.12 1.1SU W!, 70-!, 73'.i 1.20',i- l.lB'.b 2.14' i J.ll s.oei; 2.1.1'i 10.05 10.37 10.35 «.90 10.25 10.3S 1.1 Hi 71 ',,-71 71'; Wi 8'iA 2.11-11'', J.Wii-'.j 2.13-!, 9.92 10. 25 10.35 10.33A LIVESTOCK 3M1 ···».« -41'.; 4- », 37 +'1 si 3 ,;-- 2'i 4^i ·25 4- 1.1 32".; 4. ', ' 37!i-- 3« -- »»,»- r. 94',4+ 'i 25 4- »4 451.1-- T, Tenn Cp Tenn Gas 28 Tenn Gas WI 9 Texaco . 103 Tex G Tran Tex GProd Tex G Sul . Tex Ins Tex P CO Tex Util Textron Thatch Gl Thiokol Thomp RW Tldewat Oil Tide Oil.pf 8 40 Timk RB»ar 11 22',,-- \'t 64' i-'. 3 'H'.i 26 23'j 47 I f , 96 22R --7 IB 79-!i I ', 18 20',-- i', 12 31 J- Vj 427 4.V; r '. 37 65 --1'i Iff!.,.-- '.', M'U-- '.4 »'.;·! 1'i 17 30 PHOENIX --(/Pi-- Trade slow steady; sales for current to 10 days delivery, 4 loads 50-75 Per cent choice 1150 In. slauihter steers 28.00; two loads «ver- · Ke good 1000 in. 25.25. Four loads 50 per cent Rood and 50 per cent choice 750-780 Ib. heifers 25-50; three loads good 800 Ib. 25.00. KANSAS CITY. June 2 lIFi--Cattle 2,000; calvel 100: no m a r k e t test; few canner and cutler cows 13,50-16.00. utility 13.50-17-00. Hoes 2.400; strong to 25 higher; 1 and 2 210-225 Ib barrows and gills 17.25, bulk 1-3 190-250 Ib* 16.50-17.00. 2 and 3 270-280 Ibc 15.75-16.25; sows lb» 13.75-1425. 280-.TOO Ins 14.50. 400-800 Ibs 12.75-13.75. Sheep 300: steady to strong, choice and prime springers 80-95 Ibs 22.00-23.50. good and 3.00-5.00. Aberdeen Fund 2.17 AffUlnted Fund- .....V...;,. 7.24 Am Business Slirj ,..,,.... 4.oa. Am Inv Fd '..' 14.?B i Am M u t u a l Funa r .... ?^.62 I Atom Dev Mutual ''.,... S'.ia Ax« Moughton Fd A .... Axe Hbushton Fd B ..... Boston Fund .. Broad Street Invest ..... Bullock. Fund Canada Gen Fund Canal)ian Fund .......... C d n - J n t Growth Century Shrs Trust .... Chemical Fond Colonial" Energy ......;.' Colonial Fund ComwHh Income ........ Comwlth Investment ..., ComwHh Stk Fund ..... Cons Invest Truit , Delaware/Fund dt Vegh Invest , de V»8h Mut Fund Divers Grswth Stk Divers Invest Fund Dividend Shares Dreyfus Fund ' Eaton * How Bal Eaton * How Stk Electronics Invest Fidelity Cap Fidelity Fund F. I. F Founders.Mut Fund .... Fundamental Invest. .... Group Sec Avla-El Group Sec Chemical .... Group Sec Com Stock .. Group Sec Petrol Hamll Fd HC7 ,,.. Hamll Fd HDA Income Found Fund .... Income Fund Boston ... Incorporated Income ... Incorp Investors Tnstlt Bank Fund Instil Found Fund Instil Growth Fund Instil Income und Inslll Insur Fund Investment Co. Amer .. Keystone Cusl K t Keystone Cust S 2 Keystone Cust S 3 Keystone Cust S 4 Keystone Fund Can .... Knickerbocker Fund .... Knlckertaock Grth ILoornls Say M u t u a l ... Mass Investors Trust. ... Mass Investors Growth . M u t u a l Trust N n t I Investors Nal Sec Scr Balan Nai Sec Ser Dlv Mat Sec Ser Pref Slk .. Nal Sec Ser Income .... Nal Sec. Ser Slock ...... N«l Sec Ser Growlh ... One wm Si Pioneer Fund price, TR Growth Putnam Geo Fund' Pulnam G r t h Fd . IScudder St «t Clark IScud SI Ck Com Stk Selected Am Shares .... Slate Street Invest Telev Elect Fund Texas Fund Unit, xd 5.14 , 8.2B 12.32 12,30 !2.'1S 15.19 f.Sft B.FK1 11.3S 11.57 30.11 «.M ».40 15.5fl: 17.50 . 11.15 15.72 M.24 10.11 B.55 2.B6 14.7S 10.»« 11.76 7.70 14.2.1 , 15.1* ; 4 , 2 2 30.54 . 1.05 B.3D 13.63 , 31.HO B.42 , 4.t2 , 4.R2 , 15 . 7.33 . S.07 . X.45 no . 10.3.1 . 11.00 no n.75 I1.3B 13.21 13.14 13.lt J.llO fl.m 14.6» 12.B7 14.nil 3 . I B 14 50 10.23 3.70 7.60 Il.tlU 7.64 8.97 12.50 S.53 13.94 14.35 13.43 9.30 «.OI 35.30 H.28 9.41 Albcruon's 2i- . . . Amu. Cemrnt 11 On . Am«r. · Express si.io . Amer. Mary. $100 Ariz. Land Tltlr * Tr.' "^3 j H r l e n e Curtl« 40r Anheuscr Busch »1.0 Ardcn Fflinis $1.00 ... Arlj, Bancoi p Ai-U, Colorfilm .... Art/. Fertilizer KV ... :. Land less Markets SOc ., Bowater Pnper jfic .... Brunswlff Drug 90c Bullock's 11.40 Calray Bakery 4jOc Cadn. Sup. Oil Conslo. Frt. «0c Crofs Co Frontier A i r l i n e s .. .. G i a n t Port. Cem. BOc .. Glaispar . . . : Green 'Ml. 'Urnn. . .. Interest. Mir. Frt. «0c . Kaiser Steel 40c Levy Bros. Tucson 50c Lins Altec Lone .Star S-te«l MiyiStr Mai-kets - ,'...\ Ml. Fo«l Sup. Jl:» ,., Perm. Cem. 70c Photon · Pickering i.br. toe Pubco Pelrol Rare Melnls of Amer, . Ajrro«-heari Si Pur. 94c Searle Jt.20 , . . . Thermo Kins 60r Rockwell Mfs. »I.*0 ... ! Rose Marie Reid 60c .. Sees Candy «0c Tekoil Thrifly Drug aoc ...... T.I.M.E. Inc U. S. Scrvaterla JOc ... Von's · Grocery «0c Went. Gold Xlran. ... Western Fund l A i West. Nail. Gn« Weyerhnucser 31.20 . . 2.30 7.83 4.36 H.an 5.S7 S.R9 «.oo lfl.00 1,1.32 13.W 13. m 17.M 10.4B 12.30 12.64 11.05 9.43 10.22 16.91 19.00 12.26 15.na 55. W) 11.08 9.37 .1.14 16.07 11.72 12.57 18.47 16.38 4.HI 11.46 » 9 2 10.29 13.B3 12.92 B.03 5.38 no 2.78 »flt 9 91 S 11 no 11.30 12.03 6.74 no in.si 9..VI 12.42 14.42 14.33 14.26 6.47 7.52 14 6B 7' j P, IS', 17', 18'.. ' 16'. IIP; ICc- 12',. 1.T, 22 , 2fl'i . IS 3 ., .' 10", . JG .."^« '·· . ,' mi- . )0 7'., . 2'. . 54'. . 68', 38' . 14 34 ' / 34', 17' .111 ' 16" 1 1" Mrs. Caroline ,Stxiis. icrecl nurse who is retiring afier IS years of service ai the Arizona Stale School (or the Dt-af mid Blind, was honored trm morning: hy the student body at the school's a n n u a l Awards Assembly. 'Hie assembly also honored students who have been outstanding i in scholarship, citizenship., a i h - ! letics and other phases of school' life. Dt. E. W. Tillinghast, supi-nn-! tendent, presented first p l a c e ] scholarship awards to Palsy l.i»on j of the .department for the d e a f and to Barbara Thompson of t h e ! department for the blind, i Second and third -place winners i were Robert Schullz and Sally ! Monliel, Polly Brady, and M a r i l y n : Ryan. .Honorable mention w a s ! Sah Clemenlo Graduation Set If) Alice Montuno, O.stcr, Daniel Folsom, Margaret i .Unscn. Gloria TeMor and William Belew. I'.ilirenship award winners wcrc'^.-, ·_··, M a r i l y n Kyan «nd John Lot**, j J. Q JiiCOIlOIIl V M a r i l y n R y a n also received » special senior recognition award (or outstanding leadership. Also honored at. the assembly were trackmen nd managers, girls in physical education departments, members of the chorus and o( the rifle trams. .Sunny sido 1 Drops Summer Flans Plans for starting nn elementary summer schxl proRrnm Ihis year have been dropped by Sunnyside District school administrators. Supt. John Hcrrora said lodny thai only 21 students have shown an interest in attending summer school classes. "This is not enough," Herrrra said. School officials had considered offering the program for the first lime if 200 students would register. The final date for registering wns yesterday. Tucson District T. which is offering a summer school program, i announced it will accept students | would be helped greatly if the city could attract 20 convention* « j year with from 1,500 to 2.000 dels- I gates each. ; "These conventions can't b? J brought here now but they would i come if we had this civic center," Revenue e s t i m a t e d at millions of be maintained, dollar* would bf reaped by Tucson I Tb« group which investigated if the city operated a civic center, | *h e project advocated construction ihe Tucson Optimists' Club w a s j o ' * $6 million center by private told y e s t e r d a y . | capital. Private interests would The speaker. A t t v . Samuel P. i t u r n it over to the city on a 25- Goddard, co-chairman of the group which made a two-year study of the civic center project, said more than $3 million addi- on year contract with repayments at 6 per cent interest. Goddard recommended the need in Tucson for a more diversified tional would be spent here a n - 1 industrial economy so that defense nually if a civic center were buili. | cutbacks in spending can be ab- Goddard said Tucson's economy i snrbed better by the community. 'Mrs. Laura Ganounp, director j | i v i n g ou(side , he { | istricl . l.T, 2 . 21 !« H ' i 37*1 8'. U', II a'.; 41!. 15 *·". UTILITIES Ariz. Pull. Serv. fl,20 ..... Calif. Ini. Tel. 70c , .. ....... Calif. Ore. Pwr. tl.M . . . . . Calif. Pac. Util. 90c ...... C«llf. Water Serv. »!.» . . . Citi. Util. B. SBc '.. ......... O« Service »l.72 ..... . ____ P»c. Pwr. A Lt. fl,80 ..... Port. Gen. Wee. »l.20 ..... Pub. Serv. of N. M. 11,00 .. Sierra Pac. Pr. »1.80 ...... So. N r v . PV.-T. 11.03 ....... So. Union Gas »1,12 . -. ..... Texas F.asl. Trans. 11.40 . . . Three St. N a t . Gas ........ Trans. Gns Pipe »I.OO ...... West Const Tel. fl.JO ..... Tucson G»» El. 7«c ........ Cttz. U l i l . A .. ............ United U l i l . «1.40 ..: ...... Rep. Null. Gas I I . (X) ...... 13'. M 1» 23'i 14 33' A 38';, 15V, 35% M' a SI I, .17 Rid 3d'', 14'.', | of special education for Tucson \ Public Schools, will speak ai 7 : 3 0 J i p.m. tomorrow at the kindergarten graduation exercises of San Clemente Day School. The children will wear caps and gowns, and a special program, directed by Miss Beverly Pride!!, will include a baton drill. The exercises are open to the public. . ,. Furniture Polish Falal To Child A 17-month-old boy died at St. Mary's' Hospital after drinking furniture polish at his home last Saturday, police said. Marvin Lott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Loll Sr., of 4-19 E. Lester St., was taken to the hos- p i t a l after he lapsed into uncon- sciQusness. He remained in a coma until his death, police said. In addition to his parents, he is survived by » sister, Cheryl. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Reilly's Funeral Home. PRICED rO« INVESTMENT LOOSE DIAMONDS TOP COLOR AND CUT '4 Carat... 150 1 Carat... 12» UCtral... *» lUCtrat... M2 U Carat... »106 2 Oral... «630 4J Carat... »1B5 3 Carat...tllOO S.SILVERBERGJkSONS 113 E. CONGRESS Manufacturer* of fine Jewelry tlnct 1910 GOV'T. BONDS NEW YORK, .Tune 1 Wi-Clonlnc over the counter U.'S, G o v e r n m r n t Treasury bondu: flld--aaked--net change and yield-- 2!,» so M.I2 Rff.K T-21,« «5-«0 09.4 99.12 2»is 61 9 « B KB. 12 2',s «1 07.22 97.26 J'«s B2-SD .Ilinr ... IK).in H.M 2Ui 62-M Drc . . . . OS.Ifl H5.22 2'is 83 »4.24 »4 M 3s 64 M.M 98.30 2:s (!5 M.2 P3.fl 3 M D3..10 »4.2 Ii!« B7-62 »9.8 M. 16 2 ' j s 68-63 B7.B 87.16 2'j). BB-64 .lullr ... Ad.IB 8A.24 I3-"' ! 4» f» . . , W.IJ ».20 IS.I1H i 2 , s 60-64 Dec 116 86.8 .1.46 \2',i 10-85-' 18.28 »n.4 13.B3 21',* 71-06 aS.4 M.I2 11.1* 2',jS 72-67 June ... M.4 BS.12 4-M 2',i» 72-67 Sepl.... «4.28 85.44 "··11 2' i S 72-87 Dec .... 88.4 M.12 * 22 3',,s 74 M.14 98.30 "35 4, go 97.12 97.20 »- 8 " I 3'.s 83-7K 87.16 87.24 1:151 I 3'is 85 87.in 117.24 B 2 7 ] 4 ' . i « 85-15 »«.1« 99.24 H " 8 J 3 ' 3 S 9 0 .: 89.28 00.4 18.60 j j, n5 « s M .4 !^'^? i Prices quoted In dollars seconds. T -- P a r t i a l l y tax exempt. ·I .1 J.40 JH7 4 no 4 07 4 in 4.0« -i ·1.3 430 rl . 1 0 «,23 I .14 4.10 no 4.J4 no 4 2A i .4 4 28 n" 4 0 4 4.27 4.24 4.50 4.04 4.04 4.00 4.19 4.18 4 0 7 4.03 4 V 4. nil 3.76 nd HIS COLORFUL FOLDER ILIUSTIWES THE POSSIBltnitS OF TAK BENEFITS IN GIFTS TO CHILDREN AND DESCRIBES HOW THE NEW CUSTODIAN LAW WORKS. FOR A FREE COPY:, CALL, WRITE OB MAIL THE COUPON BELOW. j. A. I-H.M;LK * co. So. Arizona Bank Bldg. 150 N. Stone Ave. MA 2-«724 Tucson, Arizona Send m r , w i t h n u l n h l i r . a i i o n , your folflri on Ciifis In Minors. .\ntnr A /r/i-,i = STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS s J CORPORATION BONDS AND STOCKS g 1 MUTUAL FUNDS 1 -- Woodward L Zuber -- Complete Invc.\lmenl Serrtft 70 E. AI.AMEDA ST. TPJ.EPHONF. MA. 3-0301 'J'clctype 1"WX811 no no ·i .4 -I .» -I .4 -t .» i .4 - . 4 ·I .4 ·i .4 · .4 .4 t h i r t y Accum Fund 12.2(1 1-3 330-400 1 and 2'« choice 20.00-21.50; ewe* ToledoEd Trane Co Tranaamer Transitron Tri Cont Truax Tra Twent Cen 4« 13 34 U n i t Cont Tund Unit Income Fund .... Unit Science Fund Unit Fund Canad . . . . V a l u e Line Income Fd Value Line Spl Sit ... Wellington Fund Whitehall Fund Wisconsin Fund Quotations furnished by National At- Delation ol. Securitlel Dealer,. Inc. which Hates they do not necessarily reflect actual transaction* or firm Bid* or offers but should indicate approximate price., and unless otherwise m- fi.90 10.59 14.S3 14.7» 5.17 3.41 13.95 , 12.35 li.07 9,:io 9.74 37.3(1 9.02 10.28 13.23 7.54 11.51 15.8ft H.03 5.S5 .1.73 15.21 13.35 (1.50 FOREIGN EXCHANGE 2.76M 2 BOOS S 11)73 37681 27 495 -- Sl'.i--I'.i 14 '74"'if 1« 34 »·',,·)- % 44 174'i--',i 24 20 a 2s%-- 1.1 34 21« J- Hi M 7J1J+ '.^ 17« 90'i + l'i 16 12 t 3 38 ID 45 TJ Un BIK C P » Un Carbide 33 110 103 Un Oil Cat UnPac · Un Pac pi Un Tank C \Jnlt Air Lin Unit Airc Unit Blsc Unit C«rbo« United Cp Unit Fruit Un Gas Cp 44 Unit Ind 8 U n i t M A M M US Borax 16 US For S * USFroigh xd.vi US Gypium 27 US Rub 47',,-2'y, 34%-!- V« 27"/.t- V. 33'!, '32 135 - I ,,.;(.· -^ yi - 33'.', 4- * SUV!-}' '.: 24% »i.- 13 27'i-- Id'.r- 4'i -I- US Steel Un Whelan Utah PL Vanad Cp Vick Chtm Va Caro Ch Vulcan Mat ft I V .» 47 - + 5 2 MVi-i » 4 »!«- '.« SBV4-.',i 15',-f 'i 23 2 N 248 2 4 IS 15' 4 22 If) Nat Tne« *T 11 Natomas 5 "NattwCp " JJS Newmon't 9t M ·»»«-! ' 7'J, »%+ J S + i Walker. M ! Walworth i Warn B Pic i WesOS i WKyCoRl ! W Penn El i West Air L I WeKMary ! Wesl Pac i Wesl Un Tel 164 j Went A Bk 31 1 Wi-ptpEl 1ST r Whoe'l Stl 41 i White MM 17 White Sew 11 wn»n * Co Wmn Dixie W M 53 10 15 1 15 3 77 10 24',;-- vi 10 , 37',-r V, I 9',- U I 13'., me., 41'. 4* +}, LOS ANGELES, Junt i-- I/PI---Weekly »uimmarj' livestock trade »t Arteiil* and City of Induitry slockyardc: Cattle 4.400; central market weak to 50 cenU lower except bulls closed 1.00- z.oo lower: mostly low choice 1025 Ih. slaughter steers 27.00; averacc eood to low choice X2S-101G Ib. 25.00-26.75; toulK standard 875-1200 Ib. · 21.50-22.50; hish Kood and low choice 8V5 Ib. heifers 21.00-23.50; standard 20.00-22.00'. high utility and commercial 1000-1150 Ih. range cows 17.00-18.00; canner *nd cutter cows 11.50-14.50; utility built early 10.00-21.00; high medium and good 800700 Ib. stocker and feeder steers 21.0024.40; to low choice 550-700 Ib. heifers 23.00-M.OO; medium and good feeder COW« 1J.M-15.80. Calvti 350: slaughter clasces weak to Al lower; Instances S2 lower: slockent about steady; good and choice vealere and up ^o' 350 Ib. slaughter calveff 2r,oo-woo': and choice 350-400 'Jb. stock steer calve* XOO-M.OO, Hogs 300: b«rrow« and gilts mostly steady; U.S. Nn. l * 3'frainfed 100215 Ib. 17.SO-U.90. Sheep H; nominal. COTTONSEED MEAL dicated. are or issuers. 1Net asset valu a» quoted hy the sponsors CO r rTONSEED OIL NEW YORK. June 1 Wj--Bleachable cottonseed oil futures closed un- chanied to 1 lower: .Jly 12.17B; Srp 1117; Oct 11.93B; Dec ll.«9t.Mar 11.82: May 11.90; Jly 11 M. (B-Bid). NEW YORK. June 1 Wi--Closing foreign exchange ralrs (Great Britain and A u s t r a l i a tn dollars, others In cents and decimals ol * c e n t i ; i Wed. Prrv. Day i Canada in NY ( I r t r i 101.50 101.2343] Great B r i t a i n ( p o u n d l 2.8003 2.807] j C r r a t B r i t a i n 30 day fulures Great B r i t a i n 60 ny f u t u r e s Great Biitnln W) rtav f u t u i i - s 2.7SI5» 271)78 A u s t r a l i a (pound) .... 2.2410 22419 Belelum ( f r a n c ) 2.00*5 2.0fi«o France ( J i a n c i 2fi 4075 2041 Germany ( w e j t r r n i ! Ideutsche mark i 23 SB 23.98J5 ! Holland ( g u i l d e r ) 2S.522S 26 527! i | Iialy (Ural . 1619 1611 P o r t u g a l l e M T U d O ) 350 351 Sweden ( k r o n a i 19.36 19.36 Switzerland ( f r a n c i f i r m 23.18 23.18 Denmark krr.ne) 1 4 4 9 1449 L A T l f j A M E R I C A Argentina lp«Mi f i r e e l 1.22 1.22 Hemphill, Noyes CZi, Co. Mttnberi New York Slock Exchange anJ Other Principal StCHtititl Excbanfts DIRECT PRIVATE WIRE TO NEW YORK ·HUNS-LUX . row JONES NEWS TICKER · STOCK BOAM MUTUAL PUNDS · TJX PREE SECURITIES frit Ptrkinf W79 No. Campbell Ave. » TUCSON . EA 7-4206 New York lot An/telci Brvcrlr Hilli Bcwton Chto»o Indxnapoin Phibdelnhia firobnr«h Wxhintnm WAREHOUSE or INDUSTRIAL SITES · Sell-Lease Build to Suit TUCSON ^' * T w o Miles Soutl1 of Broadwa v W At Alvernon INDUSTRIAL £ . Ail Utilities--Rail Sidings · Prices and Terms Excellent A FREE BROCHURE WILL BE MAILED UPON REQUEST DON DEPUGH REALTY, INC. METALS l c r u 7 C i r o i f f r e e i Mexico (peso i Venezuela f b o l w a r 8 02 2SS9 S 07 29 W MO N C h u r c h AVL Tucion. An;ono MA 3 6444 MEMPHIS. Tenn., June 1 »eed meal, bulk, future quotation!. Prime 41 per cent protein bitis: Jly M.00-55.00; Sept SI.50-57.50; Oct 50.00» S075: Dec 5fl.dfi-50.75; Jan 50.35-51.35; March XnJB-51.25; May 5050-51.00. May 50.50-51.00. DRYGOODS NEW YORK, June J UP)--Spot non- ferroiu nwtal pricei today: Copper 33 cent* a pound, Conneetlcut Valley. Lead 12 e*nU a . pound,. New York. Zinc « centi a pound. XMt St.'Ixul». Tm »1.00'i « pound. New York. For- ei«n silver »l','t CfMt per troy ounce. New York. F A R EAST Hone Konjt dollar 1'i PRODUCE COTTON NtW YORK. Jvm« 2 Wi--Cotton f u lure^ wert irregular todsv. OitUint mmtJis showed BOITM atpenuih on com- miMion houie buylix, bas«0 On irnli- Ttwr't th«t ConfMir naly Tor«it.ll « ·chednltd drou in tn* r»U of (i»rity itunport for T*«I cotton ctop. In current crot · positifms. some months eased on li«hl trade afJTftv*. jjtif afternoon vriets wcr« 15* *nU H bale lower To 83 cent* hij?h«T Ihain I U* ' yrtvitrM close. July 3281. Oct. 1311.04 *n« tt«. M.12. LOS ANGKTJES, June 1 (^/-Alfalfa and grain hay prlco unchanged. Live poultry, volume pricfrs, May 31 at ranch: fryers 58.300 head. 30 pet I8.J3. ID PCI 18.5. 15 pet 19, 9 P« 30. 10 Oct 11. n pet undetermined; rnntlrn 28.100 head. 47 pel 235. 13 pel H. 4fi pet X: delivered henx It ww 23.100 h«»I. U pet ?. 3D oct *, 13 pet 1». 4 pet 10, IJ pet undetermined; erOM«* 0,700 Ytfia. M pet 10. I] pet II, 11 pet 12. -13 pet undetermined. 37 M 11 79 Worthlnifton II 1 e SI -- ·» -- Wy«m Wer NY 'Central M N^Ch* SL 31 NYNK*H«rl 1 W'i IP, fa'leiTott' 91 snH-:- i Yn«*tSh*T n J(W,iJ YnwrtSDr S 1ft 1 ; Z Jfcwtth Kmt » WJ ; NTTW YOKX.-.Tune 2 (XV'-The cotton-t textile nmWIcet was ittfAy today »i. · though business was rtstricted. ,7-f Interest focus*(J mostly on »pwt arid i ri*arby de-lrverie* mvoivtn* print c)ot)hj(i · sbeetins/s and drills. Prices *dv«m«4 1 sIigMIy on Kim« prmt clftflis. - '·, The popalar Ift ·qcrnre vrtht clJih Wt Aunralnm Coffee WCW VOUK, jrcne .^n* VA * (ITr--Cof f«» Hoot | ^t**mA wt n.V\A Coit »rM3 freight rffertnEs inc3ftNfM Santm BonTMm 3* »t 3f.30-36.7SA ind · it 3S.5C-JS.75A. ./ i · so i : Mar i "W" were v. thr **n-. ! «.»»; A Jly »·««· ftrtor« Jly War 'fl.MW; Ore * Step Shy «1.». tttwrr te 1 Tig An ArinMM OwMMl OrporatiM A T^MmtlMftp Drvvrn. eanHK S*rv- ke ThraithoDt Th« St»t«. F«r M«rmafim c*Tl: MA2-7M7 *W pf * ff Stop -Look -Listen Furnishings for the Northwest Hospital, . Glendale, Arizona, Are Now Arriving and Will Soon Be Installed WE HAVE A FEW 7, «, I 9 YEAI BONDS PAYING 8% INTEREST WHICH HAS ACCUMULATED SINCE JAN. 1, 1960, THIS IS FIEE AND EQUJVAIENT TO 11% FOR THIS YEAR We intend to cVae this bond sate .Tme 15, AM. Fw further infuYimrtim. «*fl. write «r visit 3f«wi» H»V. iKmi Office, XJ S*. Second Av*,, Gtarfate, Arittim. Pimm A TUOON fNtEKVIIW CAN ti AtRANCCB Walstori'Co. ' ' ItVC. 69 Offices Coast to Coast «nd Orcrseaj MEMBERS NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE id oUMT Principal Stock »nd Commodity Exch / Listed and Over th« Counter Stocks \ Mutual Funds and Bonds / 303 ARIZONA LAND TITLE BLDG. TUCSON . MA 2-3551 SATURDAYS, » ..m. w- NOON T A H K * SHOT fA-HKING ro« UP-TO-THE-MiNirn: MAHKET INFORMXTMM* (Aulcnm*li« Anuwcrtnf Srrric*) * A lT Dial MA 2-7777 WIANCIAL Depends on YOUR ABILJTY TO DEAL SUCCESSFULLY with. 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