Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 30, 1963 · Page 27
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TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 1963 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N Slash Iii Budget Deficit Seen I ' · ' · ' ' . " : . , . · - . . : , : · ^ S · ' · · · " - . NEW YORK STOCK LIST , 'DOW-JONES FINAL STOCK AVERAGES . ; r Quoted 30 Industrials ...... 717.70 20 Rails .,...,,... ....163.78 15 Utilities 138.94 Salei--4,680,000'. ' 1 ' Today's Closing Prices Quoted Change A2.59 A .54 A .14 Abbott a ABC Vend ACF !n3 Acme Mk Acrn« $11 . Adams Ex Addresses Admiral . , Atroqulp Air Control Air Prod , Air Reduc AJ Induit Alco Projl , Aldens Allea CP Alien Lud Alles Pw Allied. Ch : AHi*d Stn ,'. Allied St M l Allied.Sup , AIDs Chal Alpha P C Alum. Ltd ,. Alcoa · · Am«r«J«! . v Am AB Ch Am Alrtln Am Bosch. Am Brk ShV · Am Bd Par. Am Can Am Cyan Am EIPw . All) Enk.4 .. Arri Export" Am FP . ; . ; Am Hard;. Am Home Am Hoiplt Am Inv i AmMFdy . AmMsfCI : Am Met Pd Am Mot Am N Ga« Am News Am Optical Am Photo-, Am Potash Am Seating Am Smell Am. Std' Am Suaar. 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B 65% 65'A 65% - Vt 6 33 33 · J3 - V* 9 34% 33% 33V4 - % 3 25% 25% 25% 4 % 114 471 ' 462 4431/4 -4% 14 40%' 40 60% - M, 18 50% 50'A 50% 4 % 73 64% «% 64% 4-'% 70 32A 31% 32% 4- X JIV4 21'A 29'A - 'A 22% 4- r. ' 4 J7% 37'A 27% -= 31 3«% 35% 36 - '!» »% 38% · 3!% i I 27% 27 37% 4' J 55% 55% 55% * MW 23% 23% 4 Pac Cem8\As PEC G8.EI Pac Lta Pac Pet Pac TT PacTin Pack Bell Pan'Am Sul Pan A W Air Panh EPL Param Pier Parke Da Parmelee Peab Coal Penn Dlx Penney JC Pennsalt Pa PwLt P a R R Peoples Drug Peoples Gas Pepsi Cola Perkln Elm Petrol CP Pfizer Phelps O Phil El PhlliRdo PhlllpMor Phlll Pet Pfllsburv PiperA!rc Pltnay Bow Pit Plate PltStee! P l t S t l p r p f Pltlitort Co Polaroid Poor 8. Co Potom El Pw P o t o m E I P w W i 19 Proct G Pu Sv Colo PubSv.EiG Pub.Sv Ind Publlck Ind PuoSdPfcL Pullman Pur* 0!) 54 24'A 23% 24 4- vi "42 25'A 24'/« 25 . -'-'A 20 - 28 271/j 27% '- Vt 11 47'A 47'A 47'A ..... 20 73% 73 73'A ..'... 9 51 ·' 50'A 50'A'- 'A 24 18% 18'A 18'A ..... 96 42% 41% 42% - % 4 12'A 12'/» \1Vt - % 24 43% : 43% 43% + % 20 50'A 49% 50 4- % 44 12V/4 120'A 121 /4 4- % ;48 62 61'A 61% - % 58 26'A 25% 25% + % .10 77A 77'A 77'A - % 12 52 51'A 51% + Vt 23 46% 46'A 46'/4 4 % 23 35% 35'A 35% - % 24 24% 24% 24% - % 45 53% 52 53'A 4-1 9 42 41'A 42 O 8 49% 49'A 49'A - % 12 23% 23% 23% 4- % - 7 35% 35'A 35'A -1 185 39W 38'A 38% + Vt 42 52% 52, 52'A 255 12% )1% 11% - 'A 69 60% 60'A 60% 4-1% 12 84'/4 84 84'A P 6 14 14 14 33 33% 33% 33'A - % 75 55 54% 54'A - 'A 111 12% 12% 12% 4- % 22 34% 34'/j 34'A 4- % 4 5% 5% 5% ..... 28 12'A 12'A 12% 38 16% 15% 16 .7- Vt 512 35% 34% 35% 4-' % 23 78'A 77% 77% 4- Vt 5 37% 37'A 37'A W 29'A 28%. 29'A 4-1% + 'A RhMm Mf Rhodtslin Rich Merrill RlclitkJ Oil Robert Cont RochGE Rock Std RoftmSc H Rohr Corn Royal Out Rubarold Ryan Aero Ryd«r Sys 3afeway St SUojLiP St L San F St Reg Pap Sun D Gas San D Impsr Schenley Scherlna Schlck Schlmbgr Scott Pap Screw Belt SeabAL RR Seab Flnan Sears Roeb Sarve! 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US Lines US Pipe i-F US Rub US Smelt US Steel US Steel pf US -Tob Unlv Amer . Unlv Am pf Unlv Lf T Unlv Match Unlv Oil Pd Uplohn Utah PL r'' Vartad Cp Varlan As Vendo Co Va.Caro Ch Va El 1 Pw Va EP Wl Vulcan Mat. Walgreen Walker, H Wall Tlern Walworlh Ward Ind Warn B rle Warn Lam Wash Gas (Ml.) Hllk L*w L»»l CM. SUM Het 21 14% 14 14% ·3 5% 5'A 5%..... ·i 5f'A S«% 59'/4 +1% 41 45% 45'A 45'A -- Vt 4 25 24% ' 25 11 32'A 31% 32'A +1 18 39% 39% 3»'A + % Xdl8 122'A 131 131 4- 'A 18 16% 16'A 14% 193 49'A 49'A 49% 4- % 49 24% 24'A 26'A 4- % 2 17'A 17% 17% 137 12'A 11% 11% 4 % S · K 56% 56 Vt 56% 4- % 2 20'A 20'A 20'A.4- V« 24 23 34 33% 21 38'/4 125 12% 18 20% Xd44 42 15 9% 20 74 22% 22% -- 'A 32% 33% + % 38 38'A 12'A IJ'/i 20 M -- % 40% 41% + % 8% 9 + % 73 73'A -- % 77 34% 35'A 33% -- % 4% 4% 35% 35% -- Vt 19% 19% ...;. 82'A 82'A - % 8% B'A 41'A 41'A - % 2 4% 20 36% 9 20 49 83 15 9 98 47 12 21% 21% 21% 4- % 68 42% 41'A 41% -- 'A 14 24'A 24% 24'A ..... 6 24% 24% 24% 4- 'A 19 34% 34% 34'A -- % 202 46% 46% 46'A 4- % 22 70'A 69'A 70'A 4- 'A 20 60'A 59% 60% 4- % 8: 25% 23'A 25'A 10 68 67'A 67% - % 76 68% 67% 68 - Vt 14 8% 8% 8% - % 146 60 59'A 59'A - 'A 330 46% 45% 45% 4- % 45 31% 31'A 31% - % 27 5i% 55'A 55% 4- 'A 15 52 ' Jl 51% 4- %' 128 34 33% 33% - % 9 63% 63% 63% - Vt 19 21 20% 21 4- 'A 2 36% 35'A 35% 19 8% 8/2 8% - 'A ·20 31% 31% 31'A 322 13% 13'A 13'A - % «4 30% 29'/i 29% - % AMERICAN STOCKS 31 42% 25 68'/4 73 41% 42% +1'/4 68 68% + 'A 16H 15% 16'A 89 68'A 67'A 67% - V. 121 60W 59'A 60 4 'A 314 47% 6!" 47% 4- % 43 69 46'A 68% 43% 59 13% 13'A -13'A - Vt 8 22% 22'A 32'A 4- % 31 36'A 36Vi 34% - 'A 24 83% 82'A U 4-1 25 35 34'A 35 13 36% 36'A 36% - % 22 19% 18% 18% - 1/4 9 541/4 53 54 4- 'A · 2 38% 38% 38% 4- % 170 · 6'A 6% 6Vi 13 M'/« 20% 20% 2 -22 22 22 7- 9'A 9% ' 9% 9 50% 50% 50'A 10 49 48% 49 4- Vt Xd221 33%' 32% 32% + % 12 112 lll'A 112 4VA , 24 . 9'A 9 9 9 19% 19'A 19% - % 29 43'A 42% 43% - 'A 24 17% 17'/J 17% - 'A T · 57 38'A 3« 3fl'A - % 5 6% , 6 . 6% 4: % 119 52'/4 50'A i2'Al 4-1% 189- 21'A 21'A 21'A 194 '69'/« 69'A 69'A - % XdlOl 18% 18% 1S% 4- % 11 46% - 4 6 46 4 % 92 15% 15'A 15'A - Vt 288 70% 68 'A 69% - % 61 64'A ; 64 64 ..... 13 19% 19'A 19% - % 24 54 ' 53'/4 54 . + % 90 34% 34'A 34% 4- % 57 35'A 34% 34% - /4 57 26% 26'A 24'/4 - % 14 57% S7'/4 57'A - % 84 23'A 22% 23'A + % 12 25Vz 25'A 25'A - Vt 57 59'A 58'A 59 + % ·:10 28% 28% 28% - 'A 5 48 47'A 68 4-1 2 75'A 75'A 75% - % 37 IS'A 45 S3 50 6 25 10'A 34' 46% 30 20'A 212 31 U 12. 22 12 14 69 39 4- 'A 4-1V4 14'A 15 51% 53 5% 6 10'A 10% - % 44 46 - 'A 19% 20'A 4- Vt 30. 30% -f % .21% 21% - 'A 13% '14 38'A 38'A - 'A 93 11114-110%'1.1044 4- % 15 55% 55% 55'A 8 28% 28 28 - Vt 106 67'/4 66% 66% 4- % 69 39'A 33% 39'A 4- 'A 8 . 9 9 9 4-'% 17 32% 32'A 32% 4 'A 4 26'A UVf 26'/4 - 'A 164 40'A 39 39% 4- % 26 49% . 49'A 49% 4- Vt W -31% 31% ' 3I'A - Vt 5 7% 7'A 7% - % 10 : 20 19% 19% - % 56 26'A 26 36'A -- 'A ; 65 38'A 38 ' 36'A 105 15% 17% 17% - % 25 I'A )'A 1'A ... . 9 53 52% 52% - Vt 14 27% 27% 27% . . . . 5 30'A 30'A 30% - % 13 44% . 44'A 44% 33 82 80 81'A 4- % 54 10% 10'/4 10'A - % · 6 43'A .42% 42% ..... 19 18% 18% 18% - 'A 22 47 46% 46% - Vt 31 . 60'A 59'A 59% 4 % 316 50% 49% 49% - Vt 10 155 154'A 155 4 29% 29'A 29'A - % 23 7% 7% 7% - % 2 4fl'A 40'A 40'A 4- Vt 9 38% 37'A 37'A - % 86 14% 14% 14% + Vt 67 33% 32% 33'A 4 % 33 39% 39'A 39'A - 1/4 34 41% 40% 40'A - Vt V B 13 12% 13 - Vt 201 26% 25'A 26% 4 V-, 17 25% 24% 24'A 4 % 79 49'A 48'A 49 + 1% 42 65% 65% 65% - Vt Economic Gains Told By DiUon WASHINGTON -- UPI -Treasury' Secretary Douglas Dillon said today the nation's economy was off to such a good start this year that it might reduce the $11.9 .billion budget deficit forecast by President Kennedy for fiscal 1964. Dillon said anticipated increase in tax revenues as a result of business improvement could knock as much as $1 billion off the estimated deficit for the year starting July 1. The Cabinet member discussed the nation's economic climate in a speech prepared for the 51st annual meeting of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. "BASED UPON the performance of our economy in the. last few months," he said, "our prospects for the .year are relatively · better than most observers had expected. "If the improvement continues, our estimated revenues from fiscal 1964 may well be more than we expected in January--perhaps by as much as a billion dollars--thus reducing the deficit." Chairman George Champion of the Chase Manhattan Bank told the meeting that "we ought to consider a cut in the corporate tax rate to at least 47 per cent, and preferably 45 per cent, in order to give investment the stimulus it needs." Champion said that "too much; emphasis has been placed on giving consumption a shot in the arm." He said the tax cut for .lower brackets should.be made smaller, making Kennedy's proposed revenue^gathering reforms unnecessary. DESPJLTE THE advance in business, Dillon said, a reduction in the tax rate is needed to inject vitality i n t o ' t h e economy and erase high unemployment Dillon said he was certain Congress this year would pass legislation, cutting tax rates and incorporating some of .the revenue-raising' changes in deductions requested by Kennedy.- . . The secretary again made it clear the administration had not abandoned its fight for the revenue-raising tax reforms. ; ··. · · · · Because of their 'unpopularity w i t h Congress and the public, there has been considerable speculation the administration was giving up on tax reforms. ·r FINALS Admiral PU» J Atrolif Gen ........... t Alan Wood , * Albg Alrl f Altog Cp wt 4 El«ctron 7 Am P«tro A 1*4 Ark-La Ga» 16 Asamera t Atl Research I Atlas Consol M 12 Atlas CP wt » Audio Dev 3 B»»ey Sel .; J Bald Monl 6 Bald Mont pM 5 Banff Oil f3 Barnes Eng 4 20 IB 60 4 - % 42 4- 'A U f A 41/4 - % 7% 3% 7Vj 33 % - 1/14 Market Qoses Higher 15/16 - V« 'A Bayvlew Oil Belock Inst Br. Am Oil Brit Pet 7t BSF CO 33 Bunk Hill 9 Burnett 4 BVO 7 Cal El Pw ..xd21 Can So Pe 10 Cdn Javelin 21 Carnation . ........... 2 hrlitlana Oil l? iS Inerama' SA lary CP 4 on] Olese) 4 on Mng 20 rare Carrier 13 reole Pet ,.. »1 avldson 8 'even P, Oils t -rill S, Expl 37 uval 2 qulty CP 42 argo Oils 78 eJ Purch l elmont Petro 37 Inan Gen 19 frth Sterling l« jy Tiger 8 brd Can ,..40 lannlnl Con ....45 lant Yel u lass Tlte 61 oldfleld »3 t Bas Pet 52 lecla MIn 6 Ishway 11 t Hofm )nd ..; 2 oily Str I ome Oil A 3 lome OH B 10 'ubbell A 2 lydronwtics 1 mp OH 17 llend Cred 1 8 -r 13% 41% - 1/16 14% H- % 5% 25 V4 7. 6 13'/4 4- 'A 4- 1/16 % 17% - 1/4 28 4- 1/4 3% - 1/16 10'A - % OVER THE COUNTER 1 51 51 51 27 34 34 34 16 17 16% 17 - % 54 48% 47% 4* -1% 36 37% 37 37% - % 13 33'A 32% 33% 72 15% 15'A IS'A - 'A 2 38% 38% 38% 4- W 23 53% 53'A 53% + % 28 50 49'/4 50 4 % 24 43'A 41'A 42A + % 12 16 17% 17% 51 53% 53% 53% - Vt 30 59% .i»'/4 59'A 4 Vt 33 33% 33'A 33'A - % 51 40'A 39% 3914 4- % 34 88 86'A B7'A - % 180 54% 53% 54A + % 7 62% 61% 61% -- % 35 34'A 33'/4 33% -- % 10 47% 47% 47'A -- Vt 38 55 54% 55 -- Vt 31 10% 10% 10% - '/4 ' 2 60'A 60'A 60'A - Vt 9 65'A 65'A 65'A -- Vt 53 130'A 138'A 129'A 9 18% IB'A 18'A 4 % 16 4i% ii M -- 'A 23% 23% 33% -- % 58 79 77% 77% -- 'A 51 29 28% 28% - % 33 73'/4 72% 73'A 4 % 10 36'A 36'A 36'/4 4 Vt 15 6'A 6% 6% 25 35% 35% 35% -- % 90 30'A 30 30'A -- % 43 40'A 40 4fl'A ' 4 44'A 39 13% W 11 44% 114 54 25% :8'A : 5'A 13% 13% 4'/4 4- 'A 13'A ..... 44% - Vt Wash Wai P Way Knit W Ky Coal W Va Pulp Wn Air Lin Wn Bancorp Wn Pac Wn Un Tel Wests A Bk Wests El Wheel Stl Whirl Cp White Mot White Sew Wlckes WllsonCo. Wlnn Dlx WIs El Pwwl WIs El Pw Wise P Sv Woolworlh Worlhlrtgton Wrlaley Wyan Wor Xerox CP Yale8,Tow Vrtont ShtT Ynsst S Dr Zenllh R 7 IB 35 10 103 28'/ 6 36% 44 53% 54 15% 25% 4" PA 5'A 13'A 27'A 34 Vt 4 B% · 48'A 7% - % 5% 4- % 13% 4- % 27'A 34 48'A 4 % 3 32'A. 32'A 1 32'A - % 3 10'A J 10 10 - 1/4 43 35% 34% 35% 4- H 45 46'A 45% 46 4-1 26 38 Vj 36'A 38% 4- Vi 19 35% 35% 35'A - Vt 83 3)'A 30% 30% -- % 30 30*4 30 Vt 30% 4- Vt 1SS - MV4 35% 36 ... 11 32'A 31% 31% -- % 32 48 47'A 47% 4- % 1« 58'A 57 58'A -H% 1 8% 8% 8% . . . 10 37'A 36'A 36'A -- 1'A 20 XI 41 4! 21 30% 30V* 30V4 4- % 3 29W 29% 29'A -- % S 59'A 58% 58% -- 1'/ 4 1 44'/4 HVt 44Vt 25 73% 73'A 73% + 'A 25 32% 32% 32% .. . 3 102 101 'A 102 4- Vt S 10% ?0% 10% _ 'A X - Y - Z H4 180 176'/4 177'A -f-1'A 41 30'A 30 ' 30'A ·*· % 31 99% 98 99'A 4- % 15 J3V4 23% 23'A .. ' 285 57!A 55% 54% 4-1% 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 boughi (asked) at the time of com pilation. Bid Askec BANKS Arizona Bank 3T'A 34 Bank of Amer -....64% 68 Chase Man. N.Y 83% 85% Chemical Bk. N. Y. Tr. 86'A 89' Cont. III. Chgo 171% 176V 1st Natl. of Ariz .4]^, 457 1st Natl. City N. Y 103% 105% Irving Tr. N. Y 48% 51V Manufactures Hanover. 57% 40= Morgan Guar. N.Y !1S% 120V Valley Natl Bk Phx. 65% 69V INSURANCE COMPANIES Beneficial Std. uVt Continental Cas . 7 5 % Fidelity Bankers Life 12% Franklin Life 64% Govt. Employees Ins 70% Georgia Intl. Life .: 16% Hartford Fire 70'A Home Ins. N.Y 77% Jefferson Std. ' 9 2 % Nat. Old Lln« 21'A Travelers Ins 61% 62 -1 RCA'' R C A p f Rillt Pur Rinco Ravtait New Rayonler Rayttwon RcllanEI Rtp,* Av Repub Cor? Rtpub Sll Revere C Rtvlon Rex Oruo Rtyn Met R«yTc* Q 7 62 R 160 6V 63% 64% f Vt 2 78'A 76% 7JVJ 4- % 16 36'A 35% 36 - % 9 17% 17'A 17% 4- 'A 7 42'A 4}% 42% 4- Vt 51 29'/4 28% 29'/4 + % tl 23'A 22% 3 2 % ' , . . . . 414t 41'A 41% 4- % ! 18 17'.i 17V« 4- % . 9 9% 9% 9% -- Vi f3 38% 38'A 38'/4 U 44/, 44'/4 44% + H 32 44Vt 43% 44U 4- % 33 35'A 35% 35% - % 131 29% 28% 'MV4 103 45% *4% 44% - W COTTONSEED MEAL "J" 1 b flf. Mure quotations: May TO .w- 41.00, Jul 62.00-63.00, Sep 55.00-54.00, Ocf "'% Wl Dec s *'°0-"-°0' Jan 54.50- HAY, FEED 2fl: 79 13 : 68' 75V 17' 731 81 94' 22'/ 186* UTILITIES Calif. Int. Tel .............. 25H Clti. Utl. A .................. 23'/4 Clti. Utl. B ................. J2V4 Continental Tel ............... 10% Hawaiian Electric ........... 28% Pac. Pwr. Lite ............ 2«4fe Port. Gen. Electric .......... UVi Pub, Serv. of N.M ........... 34% Trans. Gas Pipe .............. 28 3 /4 Tucson Gas .................. jy/ 4 INDUSTRIALS Albertson's ................... ]4V4 Anheuser-Busch .............. 54% Ariz, Bancorp ............ ,... 21W Arden Farms ............ .... is Ariz. Agro Chem. Corp ...... 4/t Altec Ol! Gar ............ 18% Bayless Markets ............ . IJH M. Blatt Co ........ . ...... Hi Bonanza ...................... sVt Bruniwiq Drug .............. u% C»dn. Sup. Oil ............... |3'/ Commonwealth Oil Ref ....... 7^ Consol. Frt .............. .... 12% Delhi-Taylor ................ )7'/i D«l Webb .................... »H Denver Real Eitat* ......... 9% Frontier Airlines ..... , ........ 4 Futtermart ....... ' ............ 41/4 Horizon Land ....... , ........ SVt 4 20'/ 1 ! - 14V 4 - 5H 4% 23% 2% 41 Vt 4% 11/16 16% 34% 3'/4 W O : NEW YORK -rUP)--.The stock market closed higher today in active trading. After two days of irregular decline, the market once again moved higher. The averages were bolstered by Du Pont which advanced about 5 points in response to investment buying. Chrysler and Xerox rose about a point each. Some of the airlines were up substantially, Northwest and National Airlines rising more than a point each. Puerto Rico Sugar recovered, rising about a point. IBM slid half a dozen points in late dealings due to disappointment that only the regular dividend had been declared. Foster-Wheeler cut its dividend and fell about 2. DIVIDENDS OFFICES STORES 4500 BLOCK EAST BROADWAY AMERICAN HOMES Assoc. R«alforj--Contractor! 4535 E. Broadway EA C-24U Disposing entire " ANTIQUE JEWELRY stock, at wW /OF| See it--lo believe it! ROGERS 37 WEST CONGRESS 2 5/14 + 1/14 r*3 N Am 20 eannette Gl ...;. uplter Cp 1 alser Ind 71 aweckl 38 Clrby Petro 20 lirk Natus 1 Ith Am , 24 a Land 16 ucky Fri 15 Aead John 163 Aenasco ,, 22 Microwave Aolybden rtorse E Pd Atn S t T T .. Auter Co. . , achrrian 40 87 * 8 2 1 Japco !nd ........... i . . 3 2 Mat Nast A ............. 14 National R-i*»rch Co... 31 ^latVldeoA ....... ..... 15 ^lelly Don ..: ........... 1 Idrla M .............. 13 J2lrK .. ............. 12 N Mexa, Ar ........... 14 Oak Mfg ..,..'.... ...... 9 Occidental Petro ....... 44 5'A 7% 4- 17'A 46 12% + 176% 412 4 10% 4% 1% 2% 14% 7% 4'A 12% 12% 18% 43 38% 12% - 101'A 4- 11'A 4- 4'A 7% - 26'A 423% - 1B% 8% 89% 4 29 421% + 5% 10 425% 43% 431% 4% 5 7'A 41% 22% - 4. 10% 13% 4- TODAY' I VUM 1 J --^k SPECIALT '61 CADILLAC 2-Dr. Hardtop with fwfl power and with factory air-conditioning. $3685 TV fv WILHAMS BROADWAY at SWAN BARRY GOLDWATER conservative's champion in the CITIZEN 9/16 + 1/16 2) .3.50 .. 10 .. 2 .. 17 .. 31 .. 15 .. 2 .. 14 18 aden Cp O'oklep a c N w T e l .. 'ancoast Pfrt, , 'erfect Photo 'hoenlxStl .. 'olerad El . Tesfon MIn Togress Mf Re«ves Snd Relian Ins .....11.01 Rellans Ins Wl 14 ?em Arms ............ 8 Scurry Rain 108 ieeburg Cp 125 Shat Denn 1 Shaw Wat 2 Sherw Wm 26 Sla OH A 60 Sliver Creek Free .'...; 1 Slnser Ltd i Sonotone 2 Spen Shoe 2 Sperry Rand 26 Sfarretf Co 7 Statham Inst 1 Syntex CPN 76 Tech Mater 15 Tech Oper ,,. 16 Technlcol 90 Tel-A-SIgn 2 Tenny Eng 1 ThrlftI A 4 Trl Conf wt 8 Un Can OG 6 VIctoreen Waltham Prec 68 Webb 8, Knapp 75 West Equities .'. 5 Wilson Br 4 29% 13 16 20'A 5% 66'A 426% 4- 5'A 10'A 44% - S'A 13% 3% 85 4- 42'A 412% 4- 13'A 17% 4- fr/4 27% 79'A 25% 4' 'A S'A 6% 9 47% 2% 8% 4 54% 424% 424% -11% -- S'A 22'A 437% 1 3/16 8% 2% 42% 46% NEW YORK, Apr!! 29 WV-Dlvidends declared: Rate--Period--stock of record- payable-- REGULAR Amer News 25 Dentists Supp NY 25 Nat Vul Fibre 30 Allied Chem S Allied Kid 15 Canadian Petroflna pf .40 Q Q Prescent Pet pf 3125 Detroit Stl 15 Dome Mints 20 Gen Refract 15 Hudson Bay M d S .. ,75 Sperry Rand pf 1.125 Blaw Knox 35 Camp^Red Lake 10 Carter Prod .25 Chance Ab 25 Distil CP Seagr 45 Fast Hartf Real 10 Gen Drive In .125 Goldblatt Bros 15 Louis Nash 75 Nekoosa Ed Pap AB .23 Ryan Aeron 05 . Smith Douglass 30 Sthwest Gas cp 20 Sthwest Gas cp 1.50 pf.,375 Sthwest Gss cp 1.20 pf .30 Sthwesf Gas cp 1 pf . .25 Std Oil Ohio pf 9375 Travelers Ina 45 REDUCED Outboard Marine 10 INCREASED Std Oil Ohio 65 4-10 6-20 5-15 6-1 Q 5-6 5-14 Q 5-10 6-10 Q 5-10 5-20 .. 5-7 5-31 Q 4-23 6-29 .. 5-31 6-14 Q 4-28 7-31 .. 4-6 6-27 5-10 6-10 5-15 7-1 5-1? 6-17 4-26 7-2? 5-13 5-23 5-24 6-10 5-25 4-15 5-15 5-27 4-3 7-1 $-10 4-12 5-15 6-5 5-14 6-7 Q 5-9 5-20 Q 5-15 6-1 Q. 5-15 6-1 Q 5-15 6-1 Q 5-15 6-1 Q 6-28 7-15 Q 5-3 6-10 .. 5-10 5-24 .. 5-17 6-10 Q Q Q Q Q Q Q 5-1 Q. 5-6 Q Q Q U.S. St;el Earnings Report Shows Drop NEW YORK--(JP)--United Spates Steel Corp. today reported January-March quarter earnings of $29.9 million Carlos louche Asks: Are you a partner in a business? If you are, then our latest book, "Buslnes» Partnership Purchase Agreements" is mast reading. Write us on your letterhead far * complimentary copy. MB«ani"4e. Santa RilS Hotel · MA 4 5%5 AND ASSOCIATES MORTGAGE LOANS Refinancing and Construction Commercial and Industrial P.H.A. and V.A. Unimproved Land REALTORS - MORTGAGE BANKERS 2555 E. Broadway ph. EA 5-2665 44 cents a share--compared with $55.8 million; or 91 cents a share in the same period a year ago. OFFICE SPACE 01,0 PUEBLO OFFICE BLDG As Low As )55 E. Alamcda, at 6lh Ave. Doa Dcpi per mcr. MA 3.6444 WaltstoaCo. [ I It\C Members ffcw York Stock Exchange 177 NORTH CHURCH AVENUE MAih 2-3551 P.O. Bo« 5108 Didl MA 2-7777 fo* Mcirlcol ?-porlj RENTING Is Our 'Business ~ NEW CARS 5 C PER MILE PER DAY Call (24-7441 or come to GALLOWAY MOTORS 1237 N. STONE CITIZEN COMICS --the world 1 ! best-- intent. Mtr. Frt. 22 10% 19 LOS ANGELES, April. 29 W^-(FSMN) -AllallBt U.S. No. 1 38.00-40.00, U.S. No. 2 leafy 36.00-37.00; U.S. No. 2 green 36.00-38.00; U.S. No. 2 33.00-34.00. Griln hav: No. 1 otH 3».00-41.00. C«rlol arrivals: !»' wheat, 8 barlty, 4 corn, 2 Mti, 14 sorghum, 2t flour, f» h»y. Loni Star Steel Lucky Stores .. Lusk Common Mayfalr Markets 4% Pabst Br«w 19% Pickering, Lbr. ·.....; : , 7% Pubco Petrol :'....., 12% Scoll Foresnan .'.'.'..... 25% Searle, G. D. ..·....; ..123'A Sies Candy , 13% So. West Rich 4 Gen Inc 4% Tex Star 0. *Y G.- .,,...,2J · · Thrifty Drug , 35 West Nail. Gas .......,.;.... 13% Weyerhatusor 29% 27V 25V 25? 28' 27' 37' 30 : 24 15H 57'/4 22% U% 5 19% 13H 2% 6 16'/4 H'/4 8% 13H 19% 10% 10% 4V4 7 5% 23H U 20H 1 TVt 20'/4 8V» 131/4 "27% 124H · 23U 36% H'/4 31 ^ Any Questions About The Market? \ " If you have, we think you'll find a. lot of the answers,, if you care to join us at our-Investor Seminar Wednesday evening, May 1st in the Williamsburg Room of ?h* HIWAYHOUSE MOTOR HOTEL 1601 Miracle Mile Strip starting at 8:00 P.M. sharp First, we'li give you a brief rundown on the present situation--the best answers we can come up with to questions 'of general investment interest like; What's the current outlook for business and the market? What stocks look attractive for income? Long-term growth? Price appreciation? In addition we will have Miss Lorna Pope, from our Research Department who will give a discussion of the Food, Beverage, and Confectionery industries. From then on, the meeting is wholly yours, for we are going to answer your questions about the market, and particularly about the Food, Beverage, and Confectionery industries, So, if you have a question, just make i note of it and we will do our best to answer it that evening. If you have two or three, questions--no matter how simple or complex--let us know; no name will ever be divulged. If we don't have time to answer your question within the rime limit, we'll guarantee to get the answer to you as soon as possible following the Seminar. IT] U MERRILL LYNCH, PIERCE, FENNEH SMITH INC K* mi tiouin 111 inn riiicirti noti m couuojiii 429 NORTH CENTRAL AVENUE, PHOENIX Call Enterprise 102, no toll chargt Office (pen Mcndsy tnd Thursday evenlcgs until I for your eonveniwee. TO: B.N. FROM: P.P. RE: Telephone Situation Check with Special Answering Services today. 327-6054. FIND OUT COST Check services offered. Highly recommended. ' 24 hours, capable. Phone today Special Answering Services .1147 No. Howard Blvd. P.S. I'm sure this will solve our problem with unanswered phones. DIVIDENDS OVER-THE-COUNTER by TAN MCBEATH If you asfe an experienced investor where a certain stock is listed, he might reply, "On the Big Board"--meaning the New York Stock Exchange. It has always seemed strange to us that he doesn't say, "On the Little Board," if the stock is listed on the American Stock Exchange. He might say, "It's listed on The Curb." He's more likely to say, "On Amex." The Curb Exchange was its original and very descriptive name. It started on a sidewalk in downtown New YorkJ ' There is another national market in which securities can be bought and sold (exchanged), although it hasn't a formal home that can be called an Exchange. This is the Over-The-Counter market. Many people think this is only a place to buy penny stocks or speculative stocks in companies not good enough to be acceptable for listing on the Exchanges. Nothing could be farther from the truth. Just recently we looked over the Over-The-Counter list of companies and found many old friends. One old friend has paid a dividend every year .since 1858--The Plymouth Cordage Company. Another is considered good enough by 163 institutions to be held by them in their portfolios--Philips Lamp Works. Nicholson File has paid a dividend every year since 1812, the Stanley Works since 1877. Weyerhaeuser Company stock is held by 86 institutions. What started off this column was that we saw one of our Registered Representatives vrriting up a customer's order for another Over-The-Counter stock. The last time we looked at its price, and on the basis of its last dividend, it had a surprisingly high yield. We, not the editorial "we" but E. F. Hutton Company, do a very large business in Over-The-Coymter securities. Come in and sec us. And don't be satisfied with seeing anyone less than the Office Manager. E. F. HUTTON COMPANY INC. Member New York Stock Exchange 41 Offices Throughout the Nation · Pioneer Hotel, 20 East Pennington StrMl lucaon'M. A 2.2871

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