Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 7, 1968 · Page 40
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THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1968 . T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N American Exchange Stocks NEW YORK (API-Wednesday's complete Amerlcin Stock Exchange prices: A Sites HO Hfeh Low Clist Chi AbtrPtt .07. Acme Him Acme Pr«c AereFtow .20 Aeroiet .SOa Aeronca Inc AerosolT .72t Aerovox .40p AIMn Ind Alle«n Inc Alrpax El .20 Alrwork .13b AlaxMa .109 f 16 3 1OT4 10 i 4Vt 5Vi 4Vt + y/t + v 4% 10 10% ICVi lo'/e -- ''/» 24/« +\v' 19 2l'/4 4-2tt 12V 3 12'/4 + v" IP/, 12V4 + Vt 9 Wt 9% 9'/4 + Vt 5 31% XVt 3H' 4-P.i 8 14 13tt U + Vi 34 8'A 1% 8'A -1 11 37V M'h 37vs -H'/i 21 Wt 23 117 2IV 39 13'/ ( 23 12 Wt E«LAO .95t ""32"i6V, 36 Si/a 7 2 3? £ 6 46Vj 1 12V4 4 45 12 5'/B 4 243/4 ·=~TM ·*·«! »» !^w 43 33 Jhrench Pho 45 35W | co Corp 120 1SV3 Ecor Chem E AccCd .10e AlaxMa .109 11 37V M'h 37vs -H'/i AlsPw Pf4.20 Z200 71'A 71 Vi 71 '/3 + \h Alaska Alrl 23 10'A 10V. 10'/« ..... 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His partner in the firm, John Gabusi, is in charge of the Tucson office. Survey Research Associates last year conducted THE CITIZEN POLL, a scientific survey of opinions of voters ... Horizon Land Corp. is changing its name to Horizon Corp. Stockholders approved the ;hange because the company may enter fields not related to land development. . . Frontier Airlines has added another Tucson-Denver round- Tip flight. This makes three daily by Frontier on the ·oute . . . H. E. Hilholland is the new Pucson district claim manager "or the Allstate Insurance Co. He will supervise the 24 claim u-nployes working out of the Cast Broadway office . . . Henry E. Hilker has joined Arizona Land Title Trust Co. as a sales representative . . . Philip K. Schrader, senior sales representative in the Tuc- ion area for Burroughs Corp., las received (he company's trighest marketing recognition, the Legion of Honor, for out- itanding performance during 1967 . . . C. Douglas Belshe has been named an assistant treasurer of Union Bank. 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Bonds NEW YORK CAP) - Closing over the counter U.S. aovernment Treasury bonds, ' ' "' chanse and vield tor 3%s 48 33/s 48 3%s 68 Nov 21/is 48-43 4s 49 Feb 2V?s 49-64 Jun ... 4s 69 Ocf 2Vis 49-44 Dec ... 4s 70 Feb 2V2S 70-65 4s 70 Aug 4s 71 3%s 71 4s 72 Feb 2Vis 72-6 7Jun ... 45 72 Aug 2Vjs 72-47 Sep .. 2i/!S 72-47 Dec .. 4s 73 4'yis 73 4Vts U 4V4 S74 3%s 74 4s 80 3'As 80 3V4S 83-7S 3 I 85 I 4V4J 85-7S 3'As 90 .......... 4s 92-87 4s 93-88 4%s 9449 3» PS 31/35 98 Prices quoted In condi. 99.24 . 99.8 . 99.1 98.7 98.24 94.30 97.26 95.24 97.8 95 .. 96.14 92.26 95.2 94.10 94.10 90 .. . 94.2 89.12 88.24 .92.22 92.24 92.50 9.230 90.30 84.14 81.20 79.8 78.4 84 .. 78 . 83.8 81.12 81.20 .77.24 78 99.26 99.10 99.3 98.9 98.28 97.2 97.30 95.26 97.12 95.3 94.20 93.2 95.10 94.18 94.18 90.8 94.10 89.20 89 .. 92.30 93.2 92.28 93.6 91.6 87 .. 82.4 78.24 78.20 8S.16 79 83.24 82.12 82.4 78. 4.8 5.3 5.23 4.80 5.2 4.91 5.3 4.96 5.4 5.00 5.50 5.00 5.52 5.5. 5.55 5.07 5.44 5.10 --.4 -.J --.2 --.2 --.2 -.2 --.4 --.4 --.14 5.30 --.14 S.I 3 -.12 5.4 --.16 5.15 -.12 S.44 -.12 5.28 -.13 5.3 --.14 4.38 5.13 5.5 S.55 5.54 5.4 5.50 S.4 78.14 --.16 4.8 dollars ind thirty se PAGE 43 On The Business Beat associated with Liberty National Bank, Oklahoma City, and will be a loan officer in the installment loan d e p a r t m e n t . . . Rex. A. Carnes, district representative for Lutheran Brotherhood, has qualified for the fraternal insurance society's 1967 Executives Club on the basis of new business generated by Carnes last year. . . . H. E. Phenicie has been made a member of the Equitable Life Assurance Society's President's Club for producing a minimum of $1 million of life insurance coverage during two consecutive years. . , . Miss Faye Chandler, a member of Lou Regester Home Furnishings Co., has been elected to membership in the National Society of Interior Designers . . . Kenneth Baker has been appointed manager of Saguaro Collections Service of Tucson, succeeding Thomas Monahan, who has been named general sales manager for Arizona. . . Richard Mahrle has been named assistant to the general manager of the southwest region of Bekins Van Storage Co. He will spend about half of his time with the Tucson operations. . . Ward E, Thompson, former president of Thompson's Specialty Contractors Inc., has joined the sales staff of Fashion Floors Inc. . ., Renewed Gold Speculation Sensitive To Every Rumor NEW YORK 'AP) - Speculators and hoarders have jumped into the London gold bullion market again, with implications that could be felt around the world. The gold buyers remained quiet for about two months after frenzied activity in the gold market when Britain devalued the pound last November. Demand for gold spurted late last week, and carried over to this week. The price at one time went up to $35.1990 an ounce, a shade below the limit set by the seven-nation London gold pool which stabilized the metal's price. Some people seek security in gold, away from shifting political winds which might shrink the value of their paper currency. In times of economic uncertainty, dollars are exchanged for gold. Gold buyers seek profit in anticipation the United States guarantee of $35 an ounce may have to be raised. The difference between the $35 and the fractionally higher traded price is accounted for by handling costs. The market is a very sensitive one, feeding on rumors, international uncertainties, domestic problems in the United States and politicians' speeches. "The market seems to seize on every shred of rumor it can," said one New York bank- :r. Wall Streeters point to a ieries of developments they say :ould have triggered the recent gold rush. One was a Senate s p e e c h ast week by Sen. Jacob Javits, "l-NY, in which he proposed a emporary halt in automatic U. 3. gold sales to other countries. The speech got an icy admim's- ration reception. One banker said the Javits' speech "was more of an excuse han a cause" for increased [old trading. A n o t h e r said speculators .pparently felt the United itates would have to change its policy of selling gold at $35 an ounce -- a pledge long interacted as making the dollar 'good as gold." In London, some apparently ;aw the increased trading as a determined move to force the United States into changing its price. A White House spokesman said President Johnson is still determined to maintain the stability of the dollar and keep the DUE TO COPPER STRIKE Metals Production Loss Set At Nearly $1 Billion NEW YORK (AP) ~ The 8-month-long copper strike has cost the nation almost $1 billion of metals production, including $263 million of gold and silver and other copper mining byproducts, and industry executive estimates. The strike . by the United Steelworkers of America and 25 affiliated unions has been under way since last July 15. It has shut down operations of the big four copper producers -Anaconda Co., Kennecott Copper Corp., Phelps Dodge Corp. and American Smelting Refining Co. Simon D. Strauss, vice president for sales of American Smelting, placed the loss of copper production at 960,000 tons worth $700' million on the basis of the prestrike producer price of 38 cents a pound. Strauss gave these estimates of production losses of byproduct metals: Gold -- 1 million ounces worth $335 million. Silver -- 68 million ounces worth $122 million. Lead -- 200,000 tons worth $56 million. Zinc -- 150,000 tons worth $40 million. Mutual Funds NEW YORK (AP) --The following quotations, supplied by the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc., are the prices at which these securities could have been Id (bid) or bough (asked): Aberdeen Advise Fd Affil Fd All Amer Am Bus 2.85 3.11 7.84 8.63 8.20 8.B7 1.14 1.23 3.41 3.70 Am oTvln 10.87111- A m ^ 3 7 3f333^ 9.40 10.27 4.48 1.52 4.68 1.64 .... 8.42 9.97 10.64 7.09 7.75 19.8421.57 7.29 7.29 12.3313.43 6.42 7.02 8.46 9.27 13.7414.85 14.2015.56 8.07 8.B2 16.1717,50 8.70 9.53 4.31 6.92 · -- 9.81 . . 11.26 12.31 16.8918.46 2.90 3.17 1.49 1.61 Am Inv Am Mut Am Pac Asso Fd ... Axe Houohton: Fund A 7.75 Fund B Slock Sci El Babson Blue Rid Bondsltc Best Fd Broad St Bullock Can Gen Cdn Fd Capit tnc Capit Shr Cent Shr Charming Funds: Bain 13.31 !-·" Com Slk 1.84 2.01 Grwth 15.« 17.40 tncom 7.92 8.66 Special 2.90 3.17 Chase Fd Chem Fd Citadel Cst Sec Colonial: Equity 4.84 5.29 Fund 12.70 13.88 Grwth 8.99 9.83 ComSt Bd Unavall Commonwlth Fds: Cap Fd 17.92 19.58 Incom 9.7910.70 Invest 9.69 10.59 Stock 9.7210.62 Cwlth AS.B 1.54 Cwlth C8.D 1.74 Comp Bd 10.13 11.01 Comp Fd 10.73 11.64 Concord 19.40 19.40 Cons Inv 12.0012.37 Consm Inv 5,53 6.0' Conv Sec 9.82 10.7: Corp Ld 35.5? 17.09 Cntry Cap Crown W 4.76 7.39 deVegh M 69.6949.49 Decat Inc 12.54 13.73 Dela Fd 14.37 15.49 13.3314.41 9.10 9.97 3.60 3."? 7.33 7.98 15.09 15.09 13.31 14.53 10.9511.9ft 14.89 14.1~ 12.5213.49 13.49 14.66 15.3815.2P 7.50 8.20 10.06 10.88 15.0916.5 24.10 25.64 . 13.7B 13.97 Frm BMu 11.1211.12 Fed Grth 13.91 15.21 Fid Cap 12.7913.90 Fid Fund 17.02 !«.-« Fid Trnd 27.16 29.52 Financial Proprm: Ovnm 5.77 6.3' Incom 6.69 7.3 Indust S.OJ 5.52 Fstln Gth 8.85 9.70 - - ' 9.9610.92 14.42 6.81 7.44 · Unavai 9.10 8.8i . , 12.4313.80 Franklin Cusldn: Com Stk 4.81 7.46 Incom 2.59 2.84 Utll 4.89 7.55 Fund Am 9.8610.71 Fund Inv 10.33 11.32 Gen Invest 6.82 7.41 Gen Sec 11.34 11.34 Group Sec: Aero sc _?.«10.43 Com St Ful Ad Grth Ind Gryphon Guardn Mam hda Hrtwl H Mann Hubs Fd Imr- Cap Imp Gfrt !nc Fnd Inc FdS Independ Ind Trend 13.7815.0 Ind Fund 4.74 7.39 InsBk Slk Unavai Inv CoAm 13.02 14.3 Inves BM 12.SS13.7 Invest Group: Mut 10.7311.6 Stock 19.81 21.5 . ol 9.8 10.7 ex Rsch l.141i,« j hcrt y 7.28 7.94 Life mv 6.00 6.56 Life StK 4.25 4.6 Loomls Sayles Fd5: 31.99 31.99 U.26 11.26 14.69 14.69 ' . . 6.58 7.19 AcDon Mates MldA Mut .... .... Moody Cp 15.30 16.72 Moody Fd 13.13 14.3a Morton Funds: Grwth 11.88 13.0j 4.14 4.OD 6.32 6.97 17.64 19.09 5.68 6.14 17.75 17.7i 2.56 2.61 1.41 11.27 ll.ej 11.86 7.15 7.77 Div Gr Div Inv Olvlri Shr DowTn In Drexp) Dreyfus Ealn Bal Eatn Stk Eberst Empl Gr Energv Entprise Equit Fd Equit Glh Explor Falrfd Fst InStk Fletcher Fla Gth Fnd Lf Founders Foursq 13.17 14.40 9.08 9.93 20.94 21.57 17.8419.50 24.01 26.0' 5.09 5.5 15.25 15.25 1X.65 15.26 10.91 10.81 9.51 10.34 7.42 t.y 12.5* 13.7! 7.4J «.l 11.6 9.4010.10 Var Pay 7.72 8.39 Inv Resh 18.89 20.65 stel Fd 22.15 23.25 vest Fd 14.7414.11 Johnstn 19.24 19.2 Keystone Funds: Cm Bl 21.11 22.0, CUS 22.3224.3. 9.48 10.56 8.7B 9.5B 4.03 4.59 20.58 22.44 10.4B 11.44 9.13 9.97 6.31 6.89 14.09 15.24 7.09 7.77 Cus B2 Cus B4 Cus Kl Cus K2 Cus SI Cus S2 Cus S3 Cus S4 Int Fd Canad Capit Mut Manhtn,, ilnavai Mass" Glh 11-J5 12.19 M a ^ s T r O^OO 5.72 5.72 Incom Insur MIF Fd MIF Gth Shrs Trust slat WSec viat Ind Invest at Sec Balan Bond Dlvid Pf Stk Incom Stock Grwth Nat West Ser: 11.90 12.91 5.94 4.49 5,09 5.54 7.58 8.2S 5.90 4.45 8.75 9.54 11.1412.00 Unavai i a i n » c 3 i i , * 4 MEA Mut 10.8} .0 ·Jew Ena 10.44 11. Her Mew New Wld 100 Fd One WmS 15. Oppen Fd Penn Sq Phila Fd Pilgrim Pilot Pine St Pioneer Plan In Price TR Provldnl Puritan Putnam Equit Georg GMh Incom Invest Rep Tech Revere . . 23.2423.2 12.43 13.8 14.85 !«.« 13.M 14.5. 13.8015.12 9.40 10.3 6.63 7,21 11.4211.42 12.7513.93 12.'0 13.55 21.-9 21.79 5.63 6.15 10.78 11.65 Funds: 10.57 11.55 14.37 15.70 11.49 12.54 8.75 9.56 7.13 7.79 5.72 6.25 13,85 15.14 Scudder Funds: Bal 15.66 15.66 Com St 10.63 10.63 Intl Inv 14.0714.32 Sped 33.73 33.73 Sec Div 12.8714.91 Sec Equit 15.0716.47 Add Investing See Inv 7.98 8.7: Selec Am 10.4911.56 Shrhold 11.9013.0 Sigma 8.47 9.55 Sw Invest 9.11 9.8 Sover Inv 14.93 14.3. State St 44.1744.50 Steadman Fds: Am Ind 11.54 12.63 Flduc 7.80 8.5 Sclen 4.55 7.1 Stein Roe Funds: Bal 19.8019.11 13.09 13.W 14.4414.44 12.44 13.4. 6.08 4.6, 12.1312.6 9.6' 16.37 17.8 Stock Intl Sterl Inv SUP tnGth Teachrs Ttch Fd TCmp Gt i a. J/ ir.u Texas Fd 10.8211.8 TwenC Gth J.09 !.St TwenC Ine 5.22 5.7 United Funds: Accm 7.33 9.0 Incom 13.3314,6 Scien 8.X9 9.2 UnFd On 4.06 4.6 V»lue Line Funds: Vol Lin 8.27 9.0 Incom 6.16 4.7 Spl Sit 7.91 1.6 Vanad x.l» x.s Var IndPI 5.X5 5.?2 Viking 6.47 7.3 WallSt In 11.X6 12.5 Wash MU 12.71 13.S Well Fd 12.2213.2 West Ind 7.64 8.3 Whltehll 13.7) 14.8 Wndsr Fd 17.7219.2 Wlnfleld 12.2013.3 Wlscon 7.09 7.7 Worth X.7S J.I Other metals (Cadmium, Bismuth, Antimony, Arsenic, Selenium and Pellurium) -- $10 million. Moslier Quits One Signal Oil Post NEW YORK (AP) - Samuel B. Mosher, founder and chief executive of Signal Oil Gas Co., anounced his retirement as chief executive, effective Apri 30. Mosher, who founded the company in 1928, plans to stay on as chairman of the board. price of gold at |35 an ounce. Federal Reserve Chairman Wiiliam McC. Martin Jr. has said that a "higher price' for gold is neither necessary nor desirable." The Times of London said this week that some governments, "activated by political malice toward the United States," are behind the renewed gold rush. The newspaper did not name the governments but said it was no "secret that a number of important governments would dearly love to see the dollar devalued." "It is intolerable that the whoie future stability of the world's trading and monetary systems should be at the mercy of every passing rumor that assails international foreign exchange and gold markets," it said. The buyers of gold are an enigma to Americans, forbidden by law to own gold. The identities of (he buyers are seldom known but knowledgeable gold sources point to areas of the world where gold has been a traditional form of savings, such as the Mideast and India. WANTED TO RENT YEARS l£ASE WITH OPTIOH TO REMEW 3 bdrm., Liv. rm.. Dining rm., Family rm., Den or library, heated swimming pool, refrigerated. Catalina Foothilli W«»to Dodge R.ply Star/Cii Box 109C Catalina Savings Kaldenbaugh Mortgage Old Tucson Development Co. Pima Savings Thermo-Kinetic Thermo-Kinetic Conv. Deb. '70 Western Fund Bid Asked Bid Chg. 2% 3i/ + .45 .60 IV: 8'/g ^Z SEE 0-T-C LISTING 155 .55 .75 First Pacific Investment Co., Inc. 305 Arizona Land Title Building Tucson, Arizona 623-8471 Have You Considered Tax Free Municipal Bonds as a Means of Reducing Your Income Tax Payments? Our Investment Department officers will be glad to counsel with you to help determine the advantages you might gain from Tax Free Municipals. Interest exempt from Federal and Arizona state income taxes WE OFFER Subject to prior sale or change ia price Par Valug 10M 20M 10M 25M 25M 50M 5M 8M 25M 40M 10M 20M 10M 50M 10M 50M 35M 15M -7M 7M 10M 10M J5M 20M l"ue City of Phoenk, Ariz., Hsg. Auth. City o£ Phoenix, Ariz., Hsg. Auth. City of Phoenix, Ariz., Hsg. Auth. City of Phoenix, Ariz., Park City of Phoenix, Ariz., Sewer Pima Co. HSD*1 (Tucson) Mar. Co. SD#38 (Madison) Mar. Co. SD#38 (Madison) Mar. Co. SD#48 (Scottsdale) Mar. Co. SD#68 (Alhambra) Salt River Project Salt River Project Salt River Project Pima Co. HSD# ] 2 (Sunnyside) PimaCo.HSD*12 (Sunnyside) Pima Co. SD#12 (Sunnyside) Mohave Co. Hospital Impvt. Yuma Co. SD#13 (Crane) Pima Co. SD#8 (Flowing Wells) Pima Co. SD#8 (Flowing Wells) Mar. Co. SD#79 (Litchfield) Mar. Co. SD#79 (Litchfield) Mar. Co. SD*79 (Litchfield) CochiseCo.,WillcoxUHSD#13 4% % 4% % 4 5 /s % 4V4% Yletd 3.65% 3.95% 4.00% 3.65% 3.95% 4.20% 4.10% 4.25% 3.95% 4.15% 4.60% 4.70% 4.50% 4.25% 4.35% 4.80% 4.30% 4.75% 4.35% 4.55% 4.10% 4.15% 4.20% 4.20% Appro*. Price 100.51 99.63 99.30 100.77 100.23 97.69 98.12 96.92 98.33 99.06 91.03 88.53 93.46 97.87 96.04 89.33 J 02.44 91.64 97.65 95.64 101.15 101.46 101.66 101.39 Taxable Equivalent @ 50% Rait 7.30% 7.86% 7.96% 7.30% 7.90% 8.24% 7.80% 8.06% 7.66% 8.24% 8.82% 9.04% 8.62% 8.04% 8.24% 9.30% 8.60% 8.82% 8.44% 8.78% 8.20% 8.30% 8.40% 8.40% Our complimentary booklet "TAX-FREE MUNICIPAL BONDS" is available upon request. Telephone; INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT Phoenix: 261-2797 Tucson: 624-87H 261-2791 Ext. 225 261-2795 Specializing in Arizona Municipal Bonds

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