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FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 3, I960 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 19 NEW YORK STOCK LIST DOW40NES FINAL STOCK AVEfeAGES · Quoted Change 30 Industrials , 628.98 Al.ll 20 Rails 139.71 A .84 15 Utilities ,......,.,.,..,, 88.84 A .08 Sales-3,340,000. Today's Final Prices Forest Fires I MUTUAL i OVER THE jMacGREGOR Break Out j ..FUNDS \ COUNTER ; Market Letter In Mountains COTTONSEED OIL I NEW YORK. Jur» S (Pi-Nail. Aim. ; Steurlllet Dt«A»v», Inc.: BANKS Sale* Close Chse ! 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HH N J CcnSW Cer dc Pa» Cert-teed Cessna Air Champ Pap 4 37 2 4(1 18 fl (Bl 9'..+ ' 42 - V llli 28?;- 30 20 3 ,i+ 36 51'.+ 26 ',4 M'l4- "i SKI 4- =!i ChampllnO Idl IB'.i ChanceVgt xdio 2fl',i-1 , Chenwtrt 1* 21% + '·« Chemway 12 103«-t- U ChesOh 7R IW.4 ChliEJIlA 2.00 23 ChMSPfrPac 7 20f.i 4- '5 ChMSPPpf 4 «2 ChiNW 5 IS'.i 4 - 'i ChiRIPac 15 2* + '.« Chrysler 98 41'.;-!- »i C i n M i l M 1 3Wi- '.a CITFlnan 13 s««- *.« Cities Svt 4* *o'/« + s « Clark Equip 2* 37 -I'.i ClevElIll 11 '"' " ClueltPe* 7 Coca Cola 47 Cole Palm 4S CollAik 5 Collins Bad M* 83'j Colo F*lr 49 22',i-r 3 « 57 43 3 4+ '-i 141 19',',- '.'. 2 If,',-- Vn 10 47 + '.it 4»U- S71J + 1 59'.i+ =!« 3S!i+lV« 25T4- '.4 63'j- V» CBS Colum Gaa Col Pict Col Carb Comb Zn( Coml Crtd COTOl SolT Comw £d Con Edis Con N Gas Conjoin Coal S Cbnsum Pw 49 Container · 33 Cont Cari Cont Mot Cont Oil Cont Stl Copper Hn« Copw Stl ComPd Corhinc Gl Crane Co Cro-wn Cork Crown Zell' Cruc Stl Cub Am Sui Cudahy Pk Curtis Pub Curtiss wr Cutler H 25=4- 58V4- '.4 2S · + v i 43 + 3 , 9'4- \'t 43i,. + 1^4 34'/4-l 15-' v »+ '« 38^4- ^4 53^4+ '4 153',i- 3 4 4T/J+ '4 33',,- '« 44 124 20'i-;-! 14 6T,i- 10 n,iT 34 64% + 3 37',' ( - 'b j ,17 + U j PacGEl Ltc 8 5 i-i- 3S='« * :· ] 3i'.i 53 44 ' 7 51 7 3f Sft'if i un 14 »Vj FWd Corp Fed D Str Fehestra Ferro Cp Fibre Pao Firestone Firstainer Firth Cpt FUntkbte Fla Pw FlaPL Food Fair Food Mach Ford Mot Forcm Dair Fost Wheel Fretpt Sul Frueh Tra G Gamble Sk 14 Gar Wood 17 Garrett 13 Gen Am Trn 28 Gen Bak 2 Gen Bronze 4 Gen Cable 2 G Controls a GenBynam 158 41',-Pi, GcliElec 125 90'i- "k GenFds 21 HSJi-- =i Gehih'itru K3 38V« --1 Gen Mills 85 l.i-r- 3 n Gen Motoi-s 304 44 -Gen P Cem 14 -35^Gen Prcc Gen Pub Ut GenRy Sig Gen Realty Gen Refrac G TeliEl Gen Tire Ga Pac Cp Getty Oil Gillette Gimbcl Glen Aid Glldden Goebcl Br Goodrich Goodyear GraceiCo Grah Paige Gran C Stl GtAiP Gl N ire Ore Gt No Pap Gt No Ry Gt West S Greyhound Grum Airc Gulf MobO Ohio Edls Ohio Oil Okla G«rE O!;la N C«s Olin Math Oliver Cp pti* Elev O u t b M a r Owens Cnit Owens 111 Gl above Box Canyon in the Santa j AM Houston Fd .\ :Rita Mountains. ; ^r^" TM * j U. S. Forest Service Officials , Bioad Street Invest Fund men Fund 49 61 ~ 18 SIU- 3** 49'' -r 125 «»;-!- 58 17" 4 18 X'.'i -60 25 -r 81 24 -i- 23'.+ 'i 41',-- 5 s Sl'i- 'b 30 5-l.t 25 24-n- 11 3*'A- 14 IHi- ; 33 2M.4- : 760 30;,-- 4K 61 ss -2. 12 53'.r 80 13-% 19 K' a 15 5S'j 83 IS'.l: xd 20 So 1 :, 9 2H- 34 3a + 24 2 »9 3414 + 37 JTJU- n ira -i P 9 (ii'« 'r C 48'j, PacTT Xti9 28 4 PacTiTpI I.SO 133'. Pac Tin 11 54- Pah A W Air 48 17 Param Pict 6 41 '3 4- ParkeDa 35 4E'", Park Rust Patino.Min Pehn Dix Penney. JC Penney WI M a r e battling the blaie and fire cin»di«n Fund -,--..T : 4 ! retardant is beins dumped on M ""lury ""^Trust ^J*" ,. i by planes contracted to fight '· chCmirnrFun-d '.'...'.'.'..'.'... ail- - C i b y the forest service. : colonial Enemy - - ' ^_ F , c . . , rf ' Colonicl FunO Largest of the fires touched on j comwith income yesterday was a 500-acre fire at j comwith investment the entrance to Madera Canyon j COM invest*Tru^t" .'.'.::;'.;: on the east side of the mountain. | Delaware Fund Burning through the dry grass, j ^ y**£ M U t* Fu nd '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. the fire was termed under con-1 Divers Growth SIH T.L'J 4 09 I I r.l 5 ;3 5.13 8 W ItMH 15.39 15.97 1S.09 S.33 11.39 n.nn 13.5S I".. 11 !* ia.17 SS.5S I trol this morning after consuming j Divwt'nd'sh^rei"" ».» U u. ^^.. j Dreyius Fund . · · Other fires'under control today Enton * " ow ^ a | · , , ,,,, , , . . . Eaton lloxv Slit j include a 20-acre blaze m the | Electronics invest . l Whetstone Mountains, and a 15- Pa PwLt PaRR Peoples Gss Pepsi Cola Petrol Cp Pfiznr Philco Philip Mor Phill Pet Pillsbury , 500 acres. 1 "4 '.i -f 4 2'., 2S 2 7 ' i f 6 123';^ 12 43=4 + 12 23=i,T ii | sere fire on the Santa Rita Ex- 35 11=!+ 'i 4 62U- -, 21 43,- ,, 9 13'iH- r , 11:7 3tl' : - i . IB MI!! i" Astrcnomical Observatory. 8.60 2.C7 14.E5 Fidelity Cap Flcelity Fund F. 1. r FouhrierS Mtit Fund perimental Range. A small fire touched off in the | f;""up m s"J vicinity of Kin Peak was put o u t ' c r o u p s« by personnel at the Kite Peak j Gr °"" s " c Com Slcck IMS 15.14 10.119 11.'.6 11.SI l-.U ;."3 8.4S , i.;.ui- i:..:i . 15.^0 l;l.4,! . xmr.v ail'i'j]^ . in.cn 11 :; U." n.ci Bank fl? America *l.oo 4 ^ ' i '·^* ' Hunk ol Turton ?": * ' J ' ! C h » » f M»n. N . Y . sj 40 . , Bn "··" I Cit N n t . I.. A. |i lie , w, f J- ; Cm\ III. Chto ( CO l i d 5.W : lit Nn)l. nt Ail;. Jl.i"0 . '.» ».°l ' 1rvt»K Tr, N Y *1 (H) S!', 1H.1J i Moritan fSiiar. N. Y, \r,.fn H'l'« 1 !».:'! j ?·(·. HI N « t l , V.. A, JI.EI « P j '?..*» 1 Sn. A r t - . Hit. A Trust Sl.lt) M 13.M" i V a l l r v N«;i. rhs. »1 CO . 9'l Jola , INSURANCE COMPANIES A t l n A Firf J21; - 7 1 .", D r i K f t c l a l Sul. *70 H ' , Fr.m!;lhl \.\tt H I . ) . . . . 1!', I t a v l f o r d F n ? H.5d , « ' , llon'.r l n ^ . N. V, S-.fHl M ' I Jeiferuon Sl.i. I.if? ifl^'.-i- .. TR Mar;, land C f j . ?1 SH .".'t'l S e c u r i t y T i t l e l!i« J So 1J ' Tillc I n s A- Tr 1... A. J I M 41 i U, S. U l r 3S'i i INDUSTRIALS , Albcr'.son's ? "0 . P 1 j ; Ami-r. C t m f i i i Jl.oo 17 1 Amer. F'liirrs^ si :i) W , ' Amer. Mnry. Jl.OT S.l'v An?. Land T i t l e ,v Ti. 15 Of) ?1 l l t l t - n c f u r t i s r.40 , I " ' , : A n ' i f u s ~ r H u ' c l i $ 1 - J O ::,* « '«4--, (1.4.1 11 lfl.i'4 : 11.M ! f t .14 11.05 V ' k I K F.T, i v-'!, lAri; : Ar! ! An: 15 Colorf'.lm r c r ' . i l l . - f r f . Lr:ui n.-.vlei\ Mi-.rkc'.s Hour ;i. ;t 19 63=.+ 60 43'., i 1 33", + 1 Pitney Bow 132 387, + 1' 3 52 3 43 + \' 3 37 43'i + l 4 27'j+ '.a 49 22'j 44 28»s- J 8 Gulf Oil Gustin Ea; 30« 27V,-h 5 , 25 33 - =, H Halliburton 102 35i.i-l Harb Walk 5 Harris Int Here Pdr Hertz Heyden Npt Hilton Hot Hoi! Elect Holland F Holly Sue Homestk Honolu Oil Hooker Ch Hook Ch nf Housch Fin Houst LP Howe Snd Hupp Cp 65 -2 68m- 'i 53-4-1', 2! + '-· 23'; 4- 10 M 81 OT' 1 Idaho Pw Ideal Cem 111 Cent H I P w Indust Ray Ins Rand Inland Sll Inspir Cop Interlak Ir I n t B u s M c h IntBarv Int Miner jht Nick : Int Paper Int Shoe ' IntTclTel 287 Intcrst D Str 2 Iowa PL 2 J 30 121 14 K Kaiser Al 22 Kan C PL S Kan C Sou ' 1 Kan PL 1 Kennccolt Kern C Ld Kcrr McG« Kimb Clk Kresee. SS Kress. SH Kroger 51'.- 1fi 40 10 24 IS',- \t a 73 --1'j 10 4 l ' i ! J 8 27J,-!- »i 44 510',i+2 5J «'.»+ s i 45 9.11.1 + I ' d IE9 5S';+ 'i 49 100',i+ J « 18 34 .+ I B 44'i-l'; 3fl',i4- '1 94'.,- H Pit Plate G Pit Steel Pittston Co Polaroid Proct G Pub SvColo Pub Sv EG 61 Pub Sv Ind 21 Publick Ind .il Pullman 3 Pullman wi 2 Pure Oil 2f 7 163 5 aa'.i- 15!vr 22 2431,1-4 23 112-, i 2',, 10 54 -i- ' 4 43=1 i-2:, T 58 - 23V, r 1 Fighting the other fires were more than 200 men, some from Benson, Ft. Huachuca, and the prison camps at Safford and in the Catalina Mountains. AMERICAN STOCKS RCApf Rayonier Raytheon Reliin El Kbpufe Av Bepub SU Itevcre C Hevloh Rex Drug Reyn Met . Hey Tpb Rheern lif Rhbdesian Richfld Oil Rob Fulton Rock Std Rohr Airc Royal Cut Royal McB Rubcroid Ryan Aero Johns Man JoncsL. JoyM£r 34 3 ,H- li 22 47'i- '.i S Si",.-. 1 .! ' 1 72 1 .16'· 44 TS'H- 'i II «'.i+ ; 21 4213 + 1V, 27 TO'.i-l'i li 30^ +· !i 1S Zfl 1 ,!- ',i 59 .12 L ·Lear 2.W 191.8- 'i Lehieh CN 2« 10'.i-(- V« 1-chPort C J» 27!jJ- U Leh Val RR Lehman Lcrner Str LOF Glass Lib McNL LiRgiMy Lily Tulip Litton Ind Lockh Airc Locw's Thca Lone S Cem Lone S Gas Long Isl Lt Lori Hard LouN-ash Lowenstein Lukeiu Stl 211 24 78 - 82'i- "i 21'.- ', Mack Trie M»cy 28 - 'i 23'i- 'i 4B 51',- ··» 25 9 : ;, r ' 22 39 134 67 84 39 24 i« 37 - ; 13 35 5 i+ '.. 3!) 33', T », fl 63U 1 17 39 S9',+ !i M 11 3S!i~ '.i xd30 Safeway St S l L S o n F St Res Pap San Die go G Snv Amis Schcnlcy Schcring Schlclt Scott Pap Screw Bolt Scab AL RR Scab F l n a n Scars Floeb Servcl Shiim o ft- G Sharon Stl Shell Oil Shell Tran Simmons Sinclair Skelly Oil Smith. AO Smith KF Socony S o A m G P B So Csr EG 2 S o P T t S u u 11 Sou Cal Edln 13 Southern Co 21 Sou Pac Sou Hy Swert PS Sparton Cp Spen Chem Spcrrv Rd Spicf-cl Square D Std Brand Std G E Std OH Cal Std Oil Ind Std Oil N J Std Oil Oh Stand Pkg Stan War Stsuff Ch Sterl Drug Stcvcnt, JP Ste* War Stoke Van C Stone it W Stun Pack Sunbeam Sunrsy Sunsh Mn Su-eets Co Swift Co rs 63^ii J, S3 42^4.1"', 21 fe3i',t r., 1H 50' i 42 SS',1- U i3 BM', i H 2) 22 - i j 2 PI 7 733,4 + 13; 16 49'i-- '4 3 2SO 10 3 27 S 21 H Nitsd Press P R I C E S Sa!-s Close Ch.Tnie 44 C ;: , -- ', 2^ I-:', -- ', .... R S\ i- 'a , . . . 1 37"n .^0 ?"~i -4- 5a A l l C R C p wt . . . Am Electron . . . Am Petrof A .. Ankcm Chem . Ark F Oil Arl:-L3 Gai . . . . Barker Bros 3 B'l Barries Eng i;.1 :S - 3 3 k Br. Am Oil 5 W, . ·· U Br. Petro CS 613/18 Bunlt Hill J »'» Ca! M Pw ; 5 13H '- U Can So Pet 13 3 1/16 -1:16 Cdn Mire 15 5'i Cenco Inst 7 42 -- 1 ChrisUani fail 15 3 3 , C1ar' Cp 22 B ' » Con Mns 9 IS'i Crane Carrier R :'? Dcsilu Prod 16 l l ' j + '» I53l;; Oil 22 ? -· '« DuVall Sul :..".!.'.'... 22 2S' 4 " -, 1 ' 4 Dynam Am . 31 l l " » - ' « Fl Bond A S xd 17 ?" ·-· n a Kciuitv- Cr. 81 3'.- ^-.M-ci-1 n ·"· i.r.z - i n : Fairch Cam 101 161 .1 FJM-ZO Oil- 7 -T, .. 1 13 F^lmont Pcti'o s.l n ·· '« Flyinr Titt'r 21 n ' , . ', G i a n n i n l Cont 78 M ' 3 ·- ? Giant Yet 21 «'« - MS G u i l d Films 8 I 1 '. -- » Hcc'n Mm 2 n ' « Home Oil A in n r 16 . i IB Home Oil B s 7\ I 11 Hydro Met S4 1!', , Ti Imp Oil 11 ."''» Ins. Co. of N.A SI 12; 1 , J ' j Int. Mc'l.'t 2'.7 r.Vk . !\ Kaiser I.nd 30 111', -- ', Klrby Pelro 116 2 Mead Johnson SI 10V - '.i Mcn^sco I I H ' a Mccabl Iron 3t 63'.4 -I- l r - Molybden 14 47Ji .- ', Mtn St TT }.:: n3'l - ' N..1. Zinc 33 23S - ' A N Mex fc Ar I n% ^ '» Osdcn Cn 21 r"« -- ', Pac Pet Ltd 75 » i » i % Pancoiist Pet in 1'j ·' ', | Phoenix Steel B !"« · ', Prcst E D B 3', -i 1/16 Beeves Snd 3d C 71 * Koyal Oil 10 7 Sapphlr- Pet r. ' . H J U - l ' i Scurry Rain 19 S', -i 3 « 42 1 ,- ^, j Silver Crqtk Prec. ... 11 l', 4-.j ' | Singer Mf S3 CPi ! SonotDnc 12 1I-''l Syntex Cp 2 2fi'j Tcchnlco fl "i\4 Tcl-A-Sicn B J'i Trl Cont wt 13 23'^ Uncxcell Ch 25 2i'.l United Cr.nsa OG ... B i: IVslthlim Prcc 10 .1 WcOb A- Krapp -in 1'i Wilson Bros 7 JO', 1» H ' 4 f 7 85', t 8 i:, 4!) 37 i 23 2P4 t- fi! S3l : ^4 H 33 .11 H f d .12'; t .1(1 33M .12 19', 3 43 i 72 38 i a in ::s :i , i. s .";?,I I 181 .";?,- », 5.1 -- ·, S'i + !, 43',- '.. M'.j-- i 43*i+ » »7 13';, 9 n 4. i 13 2Vi r l S G'.,-- i ·i "2 1 a4- ' 237 7S 13 10 11 12!) 71 423 2B 39 4ft It 24 17 n 11 r ' _ 1 1 J 4 ' 4 50V- = 92 91 i 5 S3 -1 31 II'i ·· » 1 Z7',j,- ' M 4 S U M 1 T i Group Sec PeTrol . . . . . . . . H a m i l Fd HC7 . . llr.mll Fd HDA Income Found Fund Income Fund Boston Incorporated Income Incor^ ihV'citois li-.Etli Bank Fund i Instil Found Fund I Ir.slit G r o w t h Fund l Instil Income Fund j Instil Insur Fund i InvcE^r-.cnl Co Amor ICeyiionc Cust K. 1 ...-Keystone Cust S 2 Keystone Cuu S 3 Keystone Cu.st S 4 Keystone Fund Cc.ii ..... Knlc';cr'oockcr Fund Knickerbrtck Catii ·-Lobrnts Ea? JMiltunl Ma.«s Ihvesibrs Trur.t Mars Investors Growth .. ftiutunl Tru^l Nai.1 Invis'.crs NEt Sec S:r Bnlan Nat Ssc Scr Div Nat Sec S:\- Trst St'* .... Nat Ere Scr Income Nat Sec Str Stock Nat Sec E;r Growth One \Vm St Pioneer Fund Price. TR Growth Putnam Geo Fund Putnam Grth Fd -iScuddcr St i Clark . . . . iScud St Clt Com Sik Selected Am Shares State Street invest Tclev Elect Fund Texis Fund Unit Accum Fu:id Linil Cont Fund U n i t Income Fund I U n i t Fclenss Fund | U n i t FirvJ Canada . . . . , V.-.luc Line Inconi" Fd . . i V c l u f Line S k 'l Sll \ V c l I i n s i n n 1 u'.d .... i Vv'iiitchnll F u n d 1 Wisconsin Fund n :i lo.r.s J l . O I IMS no 10.03 I4.W 5.6D 7.68 S.'Jl »·· i Crli.1v I l - k e r . ' | 0 .. . :'.'-3 i c.-u;n. Su - Oil '-UJ Conrol. Fit. ! P,0 i''.2 : Cross Co. ! ; .1U ! Fr:»i;::.r f (1 "-i I Frontier A i r l i n r s . 11.1.3 1 o;:-,nl Poll. Ceni S flfl .. l - . n J i Gl.'ssprr t.'4 j G r e e n M ' . t.r1n. . no i Jnlrrst. Mlv. Fn. I..60 lO.v.J ; Knlr;r Sicc-l J.'O !!.:A : Levy r.rof. Tucson J.,'0 rj.U i Line A l l r c U.'fl j Lon" S l p r S'.pel ]1.;:J i Ml." F u e l Sup. S I . J O . , . . 6.-;j I Ptrrn. Com. f."!) 7-/.S ' Photon . . 11.01 ! Pubcvi Petrol , :·'»; i Arrowhead Pur. 't Cl ]-,Vs ' F;arle si.rn li]j'j i noc!:v,Tll M f i . *I,PO . ^ P3 i ROR; Mnr!e R e i d 5.GO . , . f ..3 j S"c5 Candy i.BO (i."J | B.i'3 ' !I.T4 17' j I S ' , !'i'» \-n 18'i 1«U 10;i:"4 Kc ir. 10',, 10", It is unusual t" tmd consumer hiyinjs holriinR (it an all-linif? high platfau with indicntions that the trend upward will rontitw 1 for t!io foreseeable future, while nt the stuno time have production . indexes In a declining phsse. 'Hiis paradox is created by Inislnrs^ liviivi 011 ciinrnt invenlory to n larso extent ;· j With n bricht snl^s outlook, the question as to why binin-'s^ 1'j! penSrwIly is reducina invrntoi v i-; p^rtinrnl. 'llirrc n r c M'vcr.il '·« j reamns xvhv fills is so fttni they mnv be emimrrntfd us follinv^- '' | I--Goods nro 1 plentiful «nd nre r r n d i l y n v n i l a b l r for quirk ship- 'i mciU; thus, lioht inventories »re f r a s j h l r . 2--There is very little or nn iifwnrrt pressure nn prices; in f n r l . ' "price w(::i l- .prss has appeared in a ninnber of industries which nrt · R f f l i r i c d with evcfss f:inncitv. n--The prevftilinS liivh interest rntcs on borrowed money nre an incentive to keep inventories at m i n i m u m levels. Just when inventories will reach mininium l e v e l s is d i f f i c u l t to say. Even if there were no material time INK on reported inventories, nn on? kliou's just w'.iat would be "minimum levels." Inventory reduction has been in orocess since the middle of tha first quarter. ?o one can assimie the bottom of the barrel conk! be near. J u l v is vacation month for numerous industries. Some companies close down their plant entirely for two or three weeks, sn I would guess tlint Au"ust will see n reversal of the current trend. j*n investor should keen iff mind t h n t the- market lends to move nherd of evntr. .in;! one slirmkl not await nn nctu.il reversal nf Hie production trend tn mnke rnnlemnlnted stock purchases, Nmv for consiilirntioVi of the tiThniral asnccls of the stock market. If we use the Dow Jones averf.aes as n nirm, last week was not verv enc^ura o inp. The avern°cs did not reflect true rondilinns very wsll. As «n ilhistraiion: Ilic niTnbcr of slocks re!ls!cTin; cdvahces nnd declines was fairly in balmier, with a Inrge sharr n[ declines cominR from the rails nnd utilities. Also, the number of new hilhs outnumbered tlie new lows (2S(i vs. 21R), while the Dow industrials nre only about 2 r points away frnm their low and about CO pnints nwav from their year's hipji. Another favorable technical factor Is the announcement by the Federal Reserve Board t h a t it was pivinj; "itudy in tin; possible reduction of margin requirements in the near f u t u r e . The prevailing opinion appears In be tlut a reduction in margin requirements would be bulli.''.!. In my opinion, this pending change would be a buffer against larce scale liquidation. So, giving weight to all the factors I have mentioned, il appears . the m r r U c t is in a bViying zone. It may be possible lo buy s l i g h t l y ; lower t h a n current prices, but not materially sn, in my opinion. Evcrv i n d i c a t i o n seems to point toward n most promising f i n a l four months of tii-; year. j P A U L M. M a c G R E G O R ! E. F. Mutton Co. NI..1V VOTIK .l»(i» J 'tv n'llUmftrf i; rtil f u t . u f i Ho« i-.wti .ii\ n i i - u Sop 11 nr.rl Itr-t '.; n Mm A ,llv i l «f M niii M a y 1! ',*, Ktm INVESTMENT L(XSK OiAMONTW TOl 1 Cl)IX)ll AMI) CUT rtl . . . |30 1 V » I . . . ItA H ' , ( r m , . »,C«r»t . s. si 3 JJY) *4i5 JOflo 11.1 1, iirrn o( ; «so.\s rt II'IO VETERANS V.A. FINANCING EXPIRES JULY 25 BUY YOUR Lusk Home NOW PHONE FOR DETAILS AX. 8 - 1 8 3 1 YOU KMOW WHEN A CAR IS AIR CONDITIONED BY AJ.A. f :et into a closed car that has been parked in the sun on * hoi day. If there 5s an A.R.A. unit under the dash or in the trunk, cool air begins filling the interior as soon as you turn ihc t/m'f or,. INSTANT COOLING is only one of thte advantages you can count on w i t h an'A.R.A. unit. QUIET, T R O U B L E - F R E E OPERATION is another. For a car full of cool air, and cooling performance, you can depend on ithcn you need it -- you can't do better than an A.R.A. rt« A. R.A. DIRECTOR SALES SERVICE CHOATE AUTO AIR CONDITIONING N. Slonc MA J-I56I Teko'l 0.52 13.0* 14.04 13.53 18.:4 0.08 CJ.38 B.27 9.1! B.2C 11.03 n.tj ».55 a.no 37.58 B.Ol 10.32 T h r l l l v Dl'uc J.BD T. I, M . E. Ilic U. S. Scrvaterift $.50 Vch's Grocery HO \Vest. Gold A: Uran Western Fund l A ) \Vsst. Natl. Gill Weycrhaueser 4I.2D UTILITIES Ari:-.. Pub. Service S1.20 ., Calif. I n t . Tel. J.70 Cclif. Ore. P u r . Jl.en . .. . C u l l f . Pnc. U'.l. s.sn C i c l l f . IV.T.rr S:rv. Jl.2.1 . . . Clt... U'.l. B. I.3S unavail.-.'ilc i Gcs Service » 1 " S U,::o r./il i Par. P*-'' 1 . Li. 51.BO . . . . n r.n ir,.n.i : Pon. Gm. n?c. si.:n r, !!i s.r.i Pi' ; 5. .-rv. c; N. u. ji M . .. u n a v a l l a ' . j l ? li.;.o 7.CO n 17' The Daily Investor ii.DS C u i o t a t i o n ? f . i i - n i ' h ? d hy Ncl.on'.l Association (if . S f L u r i l i c s Dc.ilt-i.. Inc. which M u t e s 1 h t y do not necessarily r r l l c c t a c t u x l tisns.ictions or ilrm lucis or o t t e r s but s h o u l d i n d i c a t e «ppro:;i- m a l e prices, and unless o t h e r w i s e i n d i c a t e d , are as quoted by the jponjors ·-Net nsset v a l u e . GOVT. BONDS ' So. ?.:v I'v.r 51.is . . i Sn. U n ' o n r.,-.* 1 1 , 1 2 I T.'IT.TI* Z^nj!. Trans. (1.40 ', Thrcp F . N'r.i. G r « ' 7raiifl. Gnu Pipe J l . f i n .. j W r - t Const Trl. J l 70 .. Turion G a s El. ;.7fl . . . . C U / . U1I1. A uui. n.n «n c,t* ii.nj .. By WILLIAM A. DOYLE Q. 1 realize that the 'principle nf supply and demnnd determines the price of stocks. But 1 am curious about the fact thnt shares of most closed-end investment cnmnanies sell nt prices below the asset value those shares are backed up by. V.'hy'.' A.. The people who run the closed-end investment companies will tell you t h a t there is no good reason for it. The fact t h a t the panics? Most of those shares nre available below asset value and the commission charges arc much lower. They would have more money working for them immediately. A. Mere we have the nub of the a r g u m e n t between closed-end and open-end investment companies. (A m u t u a l fund is an open-end Investment company.) A m u t u a l fund is "npen-end" br- rause it stends ready to redeem i its shares nn any business day. A Peace Beyond Price Searching for a satisfying answer to life's meaning and purpose, many have found peace beyond price in ?t II;N K AM nr.u.fii tt'itli /s«*v iti tti* .SVf i/rrtrr.t l»y Mnry |l»krr K.lily T h o u g h t f u l s t u d y of this book alone has brought help and h e a l i n g to thousands. It may be rend, or obtained at UlrUSTlAN SCIENCE READING ROOM 24 E. ALAMEDA ST. Open 10 lo 5 Sundays and Holidays 2 lo 5 Mondays nnd Friday 10 to 9 . shares of most closed-end invest- sllar( ' lloldor wh " w a n l s l a s h for DIVIDENDS NEW YORK, J u n e 2 UPt-- Closing over i 3,,.,^.. Ihc counter U. E. Government Treasury i g l ( j f[ ' _ ss 'p lc p( ' U n i t Transit . Bondz: Bid--asked--net change and 24 37*4- 4n I + s«',; + 44 3 , 57 57», !6 i 3 , yield-2',s BO 2':,s Cl I'll 61 21/4S 62-S9 ,1unc ;i,s 62-511 Dec . J'.jK 83 3? ti 2-l3 03 3s CG 2'is 07-62 2',~s CE-C3 :', a s 63-64 J u n e 4s CO I'jS 89-64 Dec . . 2,* W-t-, 2'in 71-60 j :i 3 s BJ-67 J u n e . ! 2' 3 t 72-C7 Srpt . -I 72-L'T Dec .. 99.11! 93.18 8.CO COTTON 4s 80 3' 4! Tcnn Cp Tcnn Gas Tcnn Gas Wi n Teitaco 111 Tex G Tran !t Tex G Prod Tex G Sul Tc:: Inj Tex P CO Tex Util Textron Thatch Gl Thiokol Thornp RW Tidewat Oil Tide Oil pf 16 1! -3i n 22=, 65'j 333, 2 24', KEW YORK. June 3--f/IV-Cotton f u - tures wer? irreaular today. Deferred months advanced as commission hous~ «nd Xew Orlca.n? Ivjy- ;;l! found offerings lisht. Late n/tcrnoon nricca v.'rre 10 r^nls a bale lower to 43 cents hiaher t h a n thr previous closr. Julv 32.90. Oct. 31.02 and Dec. 31.11. 31 , s 90 50.12 no 20 3s's5 05.12 85.20 Prices q u o t e d iccontis. . T -- P a r t i a l l y t a x exempt. + .4 2.C3 -r.8 3.94 ,..10 3.OT J .12 3.91 + .8 4.14 f-.lJ 4.15 4 .14 4.13 J- .20 3.97 T .20 4.13 + .!0 4.17 -I .12 4.23 -r.l 4.01 A .IS 4.20 .;. .10 4.18 ...16 4.13 · r . 1 6 4.C9 1 . I B 3.09 4 .18 4.93 - .1) 4.111 ·I .12 4.15 ·(· .16 4.04 ·r .16 4.03 , .8 V?S - .1(1 4.0» .12 3,75 ; In dolls" and thirty ! 99.8 91.1S 51,59 93 St.30 93.24 93.30 90.2 95 93.4 66,11 9C.10 , 93.18 93.rO 94.18 91.22 , 89.28 «U , 117.23 8S.4 CG.28 «7.4 SB.20 89.l^ C8.16 r,C.24 es.n 86,:o , M.20 85.2S n.l.SO M.28 . 85.12 8S.50 . 83.20 r.3.:a . 58.20 M.M , 97.24 9,1 , £8 8M . 88 S8.8 , .173 . J5 . .25 .30 1 U5 . .» . .40 1.03 .35 . -10 . .50 . .275 1.125 . .11 . . .a ..LOT KEW YORK, Jun» 2 iJTi -- n * i period--stock of record--psyable-- R E G U L A R .J '." .75 P .13 Q Columbia G»i Syi ,M q Flu Pub U t l l 1» 0 Fla Pub U t l l 4.7S pf 1.IC75 Q Fla Pub U t l l 1.12 pf .23 Q Cenuns't Intcrlake Iron McCall Corp Nat Linen Svc . . . . So-nn S-r Br:; Wat SeranEpkBrkWAt pf Arncrnre Corp -- Endlcott John Endlcolt John pf . St Lav/rence Corp Armour A: Co Cutter Lab AB Green Mtr Pwr . . Lerncr Storei pfd MurFadden Pub ! Polyplas Un A .. i US Truit NY 1 Wallace ii Tlern e-22 7-5 T-17 7-13 7-2), 0-20 fl-20 C-20 f-18 6-1.1 7 - 1 1 6-17 6-3 6-3 c-i:i C-22 fi-'H 6-21 6-17 7-21 fi-15 8-17 8-1 K-13 "·I r-:: 8-1 7-5 (1-lJ C-1S 7-1) 7-1 7-1 7-2.1 7-13 6-23 7-1 8-1 7-i «-30 7-1 7-1 companies sell 8t a "discount" is a touchy subject with lhe executives of lhe companies ^ involved. Some of them feel that i the shares should actually be sell- j ins above asset value--at a "pre- j ! mium." I When you buy shares of an i n - 1 vestment company, you buy the asset value each share is backed up by and you "buy management." You arc investing in the | skill of management to handle those assets by investing in a diversified list of securities. i The discount of most closed-end j investment company shares is a historic sort of thing. Most of th»m his shnrps lun " The redrmpllon price nf most mu- t u a l funds is the asset value per share. The m u t u a l fund shareholder can always be sure of netting the redemption price for his .shares, rcdcmpllon price might be above or below lhe price he paid for his shares -- depending nn whether the assci value per shore is up or down. The shareholder of a doscd-end investment company, on lhe oilier hand, has In sell his shares m t h e open market when he wants cash for them. Closed-end investment companies do not have a re- have almost always sold at dis- d c m inn ' f ;. counts The. price a closed-end investment company shareholder re,,, . ·. ,. i . , i ccives when he sells mif;ht also reel investments through closed- j bc abnv(; Qr , h J f end invcstmen companies don t The generally-accepted reason for this situation Is that "indi- I N C R E A S E D ments Vendo Co S T O C K Ameracs Corp 1 pc 70 236',,-lij 14 KU-!-l 3 « 34 SO ,. l, .19 20', 9 21 94 201,- ·, 48 64'.,- -. 33 17 t- i, 2 22 + 'i GRAIN FOREIGN EXCHANGE Hbtall. Hrvy A*B .11 rin^HowBiil fd nr.w .W EtnHowStk fd n e w .07 I R R E G U L A R Gen Pub Svc 07 li-1.1 7-9 (1-13 f-n B-10 r f -U 6-10 B-24 the market price of :ompany shares is only v .. . .. . . . . indirectly controlled b y t h e asset You cited the principle of sup- , v a , u c ( /, he ^.^ The supply and demand for lhe closed-end investment company shares has, perhaps, an even bij- the m a r k e t price So, while it is possible lo buy such shares ;\{ a Interest ON Registered and Negotiable First Mortgage Bonds Norlliwcisl Hospital, fttcndalc, Arizona, a non-profit Inst. and privileged in sell throughout U.S. Is still offering n limited number of bonds 7 Ihni II yrs. maturity, $100, $500, $1000, $5000. Trust Dept. of our Bank will issue all bonds find Interest payments. Contact Gloria Hale Yellowstone fl-2101 :n S. Ind Avc. Glendalc, Arizoni I will be in Tucson often and will contact you by request. WHEN YOU Nt» GA-S-H SOUTHWESTERN INVESTMENT COMPANY 1101 E, Broadway MAin 2-3651 B-13 B-3JI 1-1 i-is j p]y anc ) demand. Tliat's the key to I the siiuation. The demand for Slrares of closed-end Investment companies has not been strong enough to boost the price of shares of most of these companies. EARNINGS Daystrom Dayt PL Decca Kec Deere Del Hud 15 45 I D K 3 xd8 l Den * RGW Det SU C* Dltm Nat Bit C Sel* Dirco \?»s Doirhe Min Denig Aii-e Dove-r Cp Dow Chem DrM Ind Du Pont 10 67 »'.i 'i 19', lV!« 89 -1 47 - n 49 31',-M 44'b- *i «'.» 18«,i+ Magma Cop 26 37U+ 'i Mainavbx 45 sn«+ '.', Marine Mid 15 25;i+ ',« Jtosh Field 2 52ijT ', Martin Co 53 42U-- ^i May D Str 16 49 + '.« Maytmj 12 Mil- ',i MCA Inc 13 36 -l'« McCall 21 39^-1^ McCroMcL 1» 13\ McDonAIr 101 2n.-l McGrawEd 15 38la '« McGrawH 4 98 J i-t4'. McIntjTe 7 25 ',T '. McKessR 6 44 1 ,-- », Mead Cp 35 33*t- U Mclv Shoe 5 27 Merck 34 95 Merr Ch AS 71 14 -- \\ McsUMch 1 f . l ' j Metro GM II 27 H-!- ', Miami Cop 29 75'ail Middle S Ut 31 29\2- '1 MplsHon 35 174 -3', MplsMol 11 W,~ i, M p l S t L 12 2S»,- 4 Minn MM 39 220 i 2 Minn MM WI 64 7S?»41- 1 i Minute M 121 21'.r ; ' Mission Cp 26 27'»-t- i, Mission Dcv 23 16^ f U ! Mo Kan Tex .1 V, Mo Pac A 5 39'j-- 'i Monsan Ch 133 41= 4 -f- ". Mont D Ut 9 28 :| ,^ 'a MonterOil 114 29 - ', Mont Ward 48 43»; . ', Mot Prod ' Jl 21', T », Mot Wheel 15 15 - ', Motorola 29 180% -8U Motorola WI 29 Timk H Bear 10 Toledo Ed 3 Tranc Co. Transamer Transitron Trl Cont Truax Tra Twcnt Cen Un Bac C P Un Carbide Un Oil Cal U n P a c Un Pac pf Un Tank C 54 23^1 + ·-.', \ 105 45 + I, I 46 34=, · 4 27 - 'i ! 180 M'i-t-1 TJ IB 34 f 27 ;35 : ;H- 31 3G'j + 105 25ii-- 4ci 8 i 13 30'i Unit Air Lin 24 30'' Unit Airc 23 3; : '.--1'; Unit Bisc 15 33"., t : -« Unit Carbon a 57 --1' 3 U n l t F r u i l 109 25'i + ', Un Gas Cp 35 28", Unit Ind Cp Unit Ind pf Unit M M US Borax US For S US FrelEht US Gypsum US Rub US Smelt US Steel Un Whelan CHICAGO. June 3 W,--Grain f u t u r e s prices rinsed from steady to v:calt in the early afternoon today on the hoard of trade «ftcr wheat had shown some tendency toward firmness In earlier dealings. Corn and rye were down major fractions in spots but other commodities held \vithln small fractions of previous closes. Purchase by India of more than 9'. million bushels of hard wheat for shipment next month was the major steadying factor )n that ijrain. Wheat was =i to 71 cent a bushel higher at the close. July $1.85; corn 'i lo 5 ,i lower. July Sl.23',1-20. cats unchanged to ^ hipher, July "I'i- 1 ,;.: Eycr =. to ", lower. July $1.22^-23; soybeans ! i to 3 ,i higher, July t2.H'. 4 . CHICAGO. June S--if)--'' Open Hlirh Low Close NEW YORK. June foreign exchange rates 2 W--Closing (Great Britain and Australia In dollars, others In cents and decimals of 30 23 5 18 39 » 'Eafle P Tart Air L ISsrt S Sll T_ist Kod TTnttn Mf» Zkee Pd XI AotoV i;wt« T,l Star B»t 23 33', +· '.i 6 29'^ 41'.', + '.i _ r, 2 I9 3 ,i+ '» 73 90 + 3 ., 49 2(P.,+ 1 ii 22 23H- '.» E , ' io it 31 25',- ', 28 25',i- '» 18 18',-i- *, 31 HP,-,-l 3 34% T s i « ?,8 14 49 41'i «S S'if : » , SB 701s- '» T.4 Kf»,tT, Munsingw NAFlCp Nat Airlin TJat Avjat Nat Bisc Nat Cash R Nat City L Nat Dairy Nat Dinni Nat Gyps Nat Lead Nat Steel Nat Tea 7 37 T N 23 ll'.j- 't 12 97 6 10 53 39 28 : 14 55 xd2S 91 47 75 -11 16'i-- 27U-- 'i -- i; +1 Utah PL Vanad Cp Vick Chem Va Caro Ch Vulcan Mat Walker. H Walworth warn B Pic Wess QS W Ky Coal W Perm H West Air L West Mary West Pac West Un Tel 16 6',-- H 26 16", i- , 26 37'2-- '* 3 26',4 J , 14 S5|+ '» 45 1071.4 2 3 , K ,W, ,. ',, II 29 -rl 130 8Hi, r *, II 9 : ', « 3« 4- \i V 13 !Hj-- T 2 23 114 -2 3 av,- ', Z) 1C'',!- '., W 21 C7i, 43 9 7 ,4 'i 9 44 - ', 17 29 4- n 33 21 ib- i 19 32H+ ' 11 !£%+ '., 93 49%-!'., I July .. 1.841 ; 1.85'i 1.84»j, 1 ES Sep .. l.H7 ! 4 1.87% 1.87'« 1.B7-, Dec . . 1.92'ii I.n3i 4 }.9^k 1.93'. Mar .. 1.06's 1.9r.'i, 1.9S'« 1.96',i i May .. 1.95'a J.95-.i 1.95U 1.95'i ! COTtN- ' J u l y .. 1.201..1 , 1.50 s , 1.20 1.23'; \ Sin 1.191, i m i . l.lB'i, l . i m Dec .. 1.12',-JJ 1.12V 1.1P, 1.12', Mar . 1.15", 1 ir, 1 , 1.15 , 1.16 OATS-J u l y .. .71 .7P, .'0% Sep .. .71 -711 4 .7P, .71 | Dec .. .7.",-,-.-, .74% .73', : Mar .. -75 1 j .75"* j .75' 2 i 1RYE - i July .. l.S3'i: -i 1.12ii ].»'» 1.22'j-23 I Sep .. 1.21'a-V 1.24», 1.23*i, 1.J4 Dec .. 1.2i",-'j LSS 1 ! 1.2B', LIB'; I Mar 1.27 1 , bid i SOTBEAX'S-- | July .. 2.14-1334 2.14'i 2.13'. S l l ' j j Sep .. 2.IO'!k-'. 2.11S 2.10. 1 ! 2.11'i, Kov .. 2.09'i, 2.09',, 109'i 2.09 s , Jan .. 2.13', 2.13'i 2.12'i 2.13', Mar l.lt'.ii 2.1«'b 2.18 2.1R', LARD (drums) July . 9 92 9.92 9 W 9.90 Sep . 10.27 10.27 lO.a 10.25 Oct . 10.37 10.37 10.35 10.37 Nov 10^2 10.14 10^1 10.32 Canada in NY Great Britain (pound) Great Britain ;o day futures Great Britain CO day futures Great Brluln CD day futures Australia (pound) Belgium (franc) Franci ( f r a n c l Germany (Western) (ocutsche mark) Holland (guilder) Italy (lira I Portujal (escudo) ... Sweden ( k r o n a l Switzerland ( f r a n c l (free) . Denmark (kronei cent): Thur Prtv day (free) 101.8437 101.50 2,70111 2.8003 2.7978 J.7388 3.7963 2.7973 2.7949 2.2400 2.0070 20.4050 23.98. 26.52:1) IMS 3, SO 19.3J 23. ]» 14.49 L A T I N A M E R I C A A r g e n t i n a (peso) ( f r e e ) 1.21 Brazil fcruzeiro) ( f r e c f . . . . . . Mexico pe?oi Venezuela (bolovr , Hon* Kon* .5(1 8.02 2993 F A R EAST (dollar . l" BS Z.79-,9 2.2410 2.0085 20.4075 23.88 26.5211 .1619 3,50 19.36 2.1.18 14.49 1.22 .26 « C 2 2999 r,"EXV YOKK, June 2 wri--The Dayton Pov.er fc Lljht Co. reported Thursday that net income for the q u a r t e r and year ended March 31 dellned from lhe year earlier figures. For the latett year the company earned 510.4C9.000, cq.ua! to $3.18 a share, compared v.-lth »!0,727.Xto. equal to 13.23 a share. For the .latcit quarter profit dipped to »4,108.000, eqi*»! to 11,2.1 a share, from $4.217,000, equal to $1,33 a share. Other earnings: Emerson Radio Phonograph Corp, for 26 weeks ended April 30, 19SO and May 2. 19.15: 1SSO 19S! f],118.768 1,001,317 53 cents 47 cents Q. Maybe you can explain this. ] can't. Millions of people buy shares of m u t u a l funds. In most cases the price they pay is asset value per share, plus a fat commission of 8'/$ per cent or more. Why don't they buy shares of closed-end i n v e s t m e n t corn- discount, the buyer has no guarantee that they won't be- at an even birder discount when he wants lo sell them, Mr. Doyle will answer only renresentativc letters nf general | interest in his column. He cannot answer phone queries. i Copyright Iflffl) i WalstoaCo. " Inc. ---69 O f f i c e s Coast to Consi and Overseas MEMBERS NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE and other Principal Stock and Commodity Exchuig* / Listed and (Jver the Counter Stocks \ Mutual Funds and Bonds / 303 ARIZONA UNO TITLE BLDG. TUCSON . MA 2-3551 OPEN SATURDAYS. » a.m. t« NOON TARK A SHOP FARK1.NG Net Income A Share San Dieso Gas * year ended April 30; N e t Incom* . . . . A Share Public Hearing Slated On Parking Ban Plan KOR UP-TO-THE-MINUTE MARKKT INFORMATION (Automatic Anrwering Srrrice) 14 Hour* A Day Dial MA 2-7777 Electric Co. for tt.3ei.374 I.S3 I.CO Perkln-Elmer ended April 30: Net Income A Share Corp. for » mo JW50.B14 438.957 S8 cents 42 cents Carter Produru, I n r , for A Share ,,94,, 8 , 3.44 2.72 i major thoroughfares and Tucson COTTONSEED MEAL MEMPHIS, Tenn., J u n e 2 (Pi--Cotton| need meal. h u l k , f u t u r e quotation;, prime 41 per cent protein basis: Jly 54.Cn-53.00; SJp 5I.50-SJ.SO; Oct 50.0550.75; Dec. 5fl.00-SO.-5: Jan S0.23-51.2S; Mar 50.25-51.25; May SO.SO-S1.00. Nat Thea T 37 i Natomas 4 TV. + ". 4 ii,-- iji 1 Natus Cp 37 IS'^t ', New Ens El 19 20'.,- '4 Newrmnt 13 62 41 Nr-WTtNSh .'.5 .TRi,,-- ', NY Central 5S a',i +· ' 3 NYChASL 1GS SS',*] N i a M P w 4" X"+ ', NorffcWert 14 9SU JtArn Av 7S Sf,.,-- ~t ·NorCentral .V *5'i-- i 3 West* El Wh«l Stl White MM White Srw Wilson A Co Winn Dixie Wise El Pw ·Woolworth Worthrnirton wrieley Wyan WOT 74 W,i- LIVESTOCK METALS y Ya!e fi Tow Jl YnsrstSDr 6 21 -r i i 17 z im Do you read Molly May field? «--(fl^--Cattle: trade jnod- ' I er»tfl,» active, steady, sales for car- i ; rent to July 13 delivery unless othcr- ! wise notrd. One load 75-90 per cent ' ; choice 1.150 Ib. slaosrhter *!*ers 27 00: one load 50-SS -per cent choice 1.000 lr» i (54.45; focr 16»ds half soon and half i '· choice 1,150 1TK S8.0C; tt-.Ttc loads sood 900 !b» 2523. for 30 o M day dr- i ' liverj-; two loadi rood 700 IDS 25.00. , Three loads half Koorl and half choice 1,025-1,050 IS herfcTs 25.50. i KANSAS CITY. Jon* . IP-- Cri'\f ' ( 300; calves none: market not r-rtalj- ll.'^»d. Hours 2.SCO; srttady to 25-40 otfeT: 1 ; Jr(v« j ff) hili'rB'K'H im« TTrrs r7.W-* i-s JST--WI nnr M.4S-1S. i me s ; fl»s 15 So-i'S.nt); z irrrfl 3 SSo-fflo 14.75-1.103; fntVf 1-S TEW YORK. June 3 i;j*j--Spot nonferrous metal pricM today: copper 33 cents a pound. Conritnlcut valley. L«ad U cenu a pound. New York. Zinc 13 cents a pound, East St. l^u;.-;. Tin Ji.OO'r » potmd. New York. For- eisrn nlver si'i cent* p»r troy tnmet New York. A public hearing to discuss removal of parking on | segments of Grant road, Campbell avenue and Tucson' i n l h j boulevard will be held Monday afternoon by the City ! Council. ! The proposed bans are for bottleneck sections of the y e a r ; Ihese heavily traveled stresis. · -- --- - - . - · 1 width on most'of the rest of Gran!. ; i boulevard, althoufih indicated as Curbside parking m this .section j a secondary access slreei, car- crratr-s a brK'.lefieck on this busy i r i e s much of the city's north- street, according to city officials ' : s o u t h t r a f f i c " ^c section of Campbell con- 1 The proposal is for "no parking ; sid;red js p r e d o m i n a n l l d f ; anytime on Grant between P a r k ' and Campbell avenues; Campbell i b u s i n c s s and »» »' the establish-, (between Grant and Glenn street; mcnts n a v c parkins areas in front Live poultry, volume prices June 1. ' -. , , ·-, , ^ . ; ! r.nch; frj-m so.200 head. 40 pet is. j Tucson boulevard between Speed-: of them so there is little demand i " "" " ~ a park-' for curbside parking, city officials i roasters 13.100 head. 74 pet 22.5. 13 pet ' ~ ~ 14. 13 pet 28; delivered: hens It wts 30.100 head. 2« pet 7. 34 pet «. 21 pet 9. 2 pet 10, 15 pet undetermined; crosses 12,600 head. :7 pet 10. 25 pet 11. 12 pet 12. 11 pet 13, 15 pet undetermined. PRODUCE j LOS ANGELES, J u n e 2 '!,--ZsRit u n ; changed except to consumer* in l»rj! I retafl K'.Ore--larxe AA 37-55; m e d i u m AA 34-«8. I Butler unchanged. ing ban during rush hours only say. on Tucson bstween Broadway and An occasional car parked at i Coffee DRYGOODS NEW YORK. Jtm* Z /!-- Coffee «pot Santos No. 4 ex-dock closed at 31.50A. C6tt and fre!«M Uterine, include Santot Sourboni Ss at M.50-M.75A and 5* M.53-35.75A. ··B" fulore* clon*d 11 10 15 hijj»«: Jlv M7..,X, Pep 35.MN. Mar 34.17N. the curb represents a hazard to! The section where the parking irafiic. | ban is proposed on Grant is a The segment of Tucson boule- predominantely residential area vard between Speedway and ] where the roadway is only 40 f e e t : Grant is both business and rosi-1 wide «s compared -with a M-foot denfi?.!. Frontage and access ; roads in the area, along with ' business parking facilities, leave l i t t l e need for curbside parking here, city officials maintain. The segment of Tucson between ; And Robbed Of $2 Lohenio Carlos of the San Xa- , 13.7S-14.SS. j rn« 4CO-5*I , KEW YORK. Jme 3 '*v-TraS;ri« wai I r)o-v in tire c.-vrton Textile trurrtrt tn- j «av. MHi« re-ported Iisrht ra'.cs t.'. i print ctotn« far «pd and rre*TSy o- I Jivri-5'. j Orern for wotV«» »rd I cWntiTi'Ued at a restricted fex-el i j pxrti xnth a year *tn. Or* prow .._- lln j rlothlro! m»TrOfjfcttn-fT m'trrawrd Tot serra | T.-nwi of rrwn'jt TOits *I To 3 ryrnf Jly vi- futures ciwwd i« i« » wtfw: vier I n d i a n Reservation coin- Broadway and Speedway varies 44 !»N. Sep 44 44N. A--ASK*O; .\--Nommai. HAY, FEED ·(»!! 13.00-75. (BO-'Hift ! in a Ttff Tint Jon* * '«v- ATf*Tf» Tmciv»n*«s. . J CM. '. plained to police yesterday that from .'(6 to 40 fee: in width and 'he was knocked down and robbed carries heavy traffic daring morn- ( of $2 by fanr men. ing and evemng rash hours. Some · Carlos said the robbery oc- business establishments, withoon ··carted arxrot 2 p.m. on Dresrel parking space, are tocated in tb« j rtyttd 'tfesr Scwth 12fh avemie. He area, artd city officials feel re- hft Tffen *ftm *ccoste r d hffh woval of parWrrg afl 3ay WTrtiM wp ffi « CAT, work a rvarctshYp ttti proprfeTors. Deluxe Mt. Lemmon Cabin Sell or Trade Near lodge and radar station on deeded land. Redwood exterior, knotty pine interior. 2 story with full basement, bath, water and electricity. Fully furnished--year around accessibility. Excellent terms. Merchant's Finance Co, 45 W. P e n n i n g f o n MA 3-8488 Evenings and Weekends call Mr. Pcnderjrass, MA 3-21W SUMMER RATES LEASES w ·**^vmf* m 7-^** · APART Studios -- 1 and 2 Bedroom · Coffee Stop · Dittiag R**M Pool -- telephones -- Utilities Indvded Refrigerated Cooling 6th Country Club Apartments 6iT»jat Country Clnh EAw 7-3461 ^ Palo Vtrdt N.

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