Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 8, 1968 · Page 36
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T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N American Exchange Stocks FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1968 NEW YORK (API- Thursday's complete American Stock Exchange prices: Sales Net (Ms.) Hish Low Close Chs. 3 10-tfc 10% 10% 6'A 4Vi AberPet .07e Acme Hamll Acme Prec AeroFlow .23 Aerojet .Sfta Aeronca Inc Aerosoir .72) Aerovox .40p AiKen Ind Alteen Inc Atrpax Ei .20 AlrworK .120 Alax Ma .109 Alan Wo 1.40 Alaska Atrl All Am Ens Aiiesh Alrl Alles Alrl wt AlleeCorp wt AllenElec Eq Alllan T .388 Allied Art AlliedCn Ma AilisonSt .10e Alloyunl .07s AlriahtAu .52 Alsco A AltamllCp .20 Alter Fds .50 Alcoa PI3.7S Amco Indus! Ameco Inc Am Beverag AmBlllrlt .60 ABkStn .30b A Buslnes .20 Am Int Al A Israeli .09e Am Petr ,6Sg AmSaf Equio AmesDSIr A AmpcoMI .60 AMREP Cp Andrea R .50 Andv. 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Copyrighted by The Associated Press 1968 Japanese Plan Copper Venture TOKYO (AP) -- Nippon Mining Co. and three other major Japanese copper producers plan to form a joint company this month to explore a mining concession in Katanga Province, industry sources say. The joint company will be a partner with the Congolese government in a new Congolese mining concern. It will continue exploration and drilling which has been conducted the concession area since April 1967 by Nippon Mining. Govt. Bonds NEW YORK (AP) -- Closing over the counier U.S. government treasury bonds bid, asked, net change and yield to Thursday. 3'As 68 ......... 99.23 33s 48 ......... 99.8 3'As 68 Nov ...... 99.1 99.3 2'A! 48-43 ........ 98.7 98.9 4s 69 Feb ....... 98.24 2W$ 69-44 Jim ...94.30 45 69 Oct . . . . 97.24 2Vis 69-4.' Dec ...95.24 4s 70 Feb ..... 97.6 2'As 70-45 ........ 94.30 4s 70 Auo ...... 96.12 2rts 71-44 ........ 92.22 4s 71 .......... 94.30 99.2S --.1 5.05 99.10 ... «k37 5.24 4.82 S.25 4.93 5.40 4.97 .......... . 354s 71 ........... 94.6 4S 72 Feb 2'/2S 72-47 Jun .. 45 72 AUfl 2'AS 72-47 Sep .. 5Vrt 72-67 Dec .. 4s 73 . 94.6 89.54 93.28 .89.4 88.14 92.14 ........... . 4'As 73 ........... 92.16 98.28 ... 97.2 ... 97.30 ... 9S.28 ... 97.10 --.2 5.48 9S.6 --.2 5.02 96.14 --.4 5.54 92.30 --.4 5.05 95.4 -.4 S.55 94.14 --.4 5.54 94.14 -.4 S.59 90 --.8 S.I 4 94.4 --.6 S.51 89.12 -.8 S.17 84.54 -.8 5.30 92.22 -- .t S.Sa 92.24 --.10 S.63 . . . . 4'As 74 ........... 92.14 92.22 --.4 5.59 4'As 74 ........... 93.23 92.30 -.» 5.4J 37.J ,74 ........... vO.So 90.28 -.10 5.52 45 80 .......... J4.4 84.28 --.125.54 3'AJ to ........... 81.4 81.50 --.165.53 3'AS S3-7S ........ 77.28 78.12 --.125.34 3 S85 ......... 77.24 78.« -.12 5.18 4 s 8S-75 ...... 85.20 84.12 -- .12 i.51 3V2S VO .......... 77.16 78 --.165.19 4 1 n-67 ...... S2.24 83.8 -.16 5. V 4s 93-8« ....... 80.28 81. J8 --.145.32 4!4i 94-S9 ...... BI.4 8|.?0 -- .14 5.J 3s 95 ......... 77.6 77.24 -- .14 4. .15 3'As 98 ...... 77.14 78 -.16 4.«9 Prices quoted In dollars ind thirty seconds. By RICHARD E. WILBUR Citizen Business Editor The mining industry needs glamorizing. Take J.D. Forrester's word for it -- the one he passed along to the American Institute of Mining Engineers at its annual meeting recently in New York City. Dean of the University of Arizona's College of Mines, he told the 97th yearly convention of mining men: "We u^eed to glamorize and advertise our business in all of its fortunate aspects by means of nationwide selling campaigns." Otherwise, how overcome the shortage of mineral engineers? It's that desperate, according to the UA dean. Now at "an alarming and especially serious stage" is a decline of interest among young people in academic training for mineral industry careers, Forrester said. When they do go through the rigors of a mining engineering education, what sometimes happens to their future careers? "Some even are employed by soap manufacturers." One who joined the soapma- kers was a graduate of the UA college, he added. Forrester said his speech to the AIME was well received. Mining executives were among presons who seemed to agree with his main point about selling mining, and nobody took exception to his talk. He was asked by one mining executive, "What do you mean by a selling campaign?" Forrester replied that mining should be promoted to the public in the same way any product is -- soap, for instance. "At first impression, this may sound 'corny' to some people. Others may be irritated or disdainful of it, and to some it may seem to be an oversimplification of a much more complex matter." But Forrester maintained that the mining industry "can and should sponsor 'selling' campaigns to bring the true image of mining to the people." A significant result would be creation of "a more discerning and sympathetic American populace with respect to mineral industry operations," he said. Arizona was cited by Forrester as one place where major mining companies and the Arizona Mining Association have "begun to achieve notable results in the matter of establishing good will." He also praised the Copper Days celebration sponsored in Tucson. But the concept commonly held by lay people about the mining industry is "fraught with erroneous and warped beliefs," Forrester said. Mines Told To Modernize Recruiting Of Engineers Is it time for the mining industry to modernize its approach to obtaining engineers? At the University of Arizona in the last academic year, more than 550 business, industrial and government organizations had teams of recruiters on the campus. They were seeking to hire UA graduates. Of this number, 109 were companies looking for junior engineers. Among the 109 engineer-seeking firms, only five mining companies were represented, and 16 petroleum companies. Reciting those figures before the American Institute of Mining Engineers in New York, Dean J. D. Forrester of UA's College of Mines spoke of a "general failure" by the mineral industry to modernize its approach to employment of new engineering talent. "I am sure it is at least one reason why the mining business often doesn't get its share of the young people who have been actually trained for mineral engineering," he told the AIME. "Through the vigorous, competitive recruiting procedures used by other industries, many of our potential candidates for mineral industry employment are hired instead for another kind of engineering work when they become available as graduates." Feverish Gold Trading Weakens Pound, Dollar LONDON (AP) -- Feverish gold trading on European markets today weakened both the British pound and the U.S. dollar. The heightened run on gold reflected growing speculation that President Johnson will not be able to keep defending the U.S. gold price of $35 an ounce. Dealers on the London bullion market said sales at the morning fixing were the heaviest in 10 days. The dollar parity, however, remained unchanged at $35.19% an ounce. The pound skidded as gold rose to 14 pounds 7 shillings 2 pence, up S 1 ^ pence (9V5 cents) from Thursday's closing. Pressure on gold was also re- Five Brokers Indicted In Stock Fraud FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) -- Five stock brokers have been charged with felonies in the sale of a half million dollars worth of unregistered cigarette company stock. Angelina G. Weir, county solicitor, said they were charged with failure to register with the Florida Securities Commission and with selling unregistered stock in the Continental Tobacco Co. of South Carolina. Mrs. Weir ordered the arrest of Kenneth V. Dawes, Charles Hagstrom, Niles Hagstrom and Whitefield Bressinger III, all of Fort Lauderdale, and Richard L. Hoffman of Boca Raton. The stock was sold during a five-month period last summer to several Broward County citizens, Mrs, Weir said. Mrs. Weir said Continental, now in Federal Bankruptcy o u r t in Columbia, S.C., claimed its Venture cigarette was free of pesticides and would not cause cancer or em- jhysema. ported in Paris, Zurich and Frankfurt markets, with corresponding damage to the pound and the dollar. In London, the pound opened somewhat firmer than at Thursday's close but the rate began drifting fast in a thin market to $2.3920. The lowest previous figure recorded since the pound's devaluation was $2.3935 at the Thursday close. Gold shares soared on the London stock market, with some blue chips showing gains of up to 10 shillings. Gold shares are the Briton's traditional hedge, as he may not own gold metal. The cause of the flareup appeared to be appraisals in British and continental journals of Johnson's chances for defending the $35 gold price. Dealers also noted the lukewarm response from France and West Germany at this week's meeting of the Organization for Economic Cooperation in Paris to U.S. calls for help with American balance of payments deficits. There also seemed to be some expectation that the. meeting in Basel, Switzerland, this weekend of delegates of top European central banks might produce a new policy statement on gold. Airlines Carry 27% More Cargo WASHINGTON (AP) - The Air Transport Association reports the scheduled airlines carried 27 per cent more domestic cargo in January than in the first month of 1967. The total for the 11 trunk airlines, 12 local service lines and two all-cargo airlines was 110,390,000 ton miles of air freight, an increase of almost 18 per cent; 42,184,000 ton miles of air mail, up more than 75 per cent; and 8,258,000 ton miles of air express, an increase of 10 per cent. ' ' T h e people prevailingly seem to think that all present- day mining is a dirty, dangerous business run by men whose basic purpose is to exploit the people and the natural resources, and to destroy the native landscape. "A majority of the public, including many state and federal agencies, seem to believe we don't sincerely care about safety, schools, hospitals, housing for employes, or about water pollution, air pollution, soil conservation and other matters of civic nature. "We know these things are not true, but we don't satisfactorily tell the people so," he said. Educators as well as industrialists must assume "liability for the plight we are in," Forrester said, and both groups "must participate in actions that must be taken to remedy the situation." Among points the dean said should be made in selling drives to the public: 1 -- "We should tell the people, again and again, that mineral industry salaries and wages are well above those prevailing in most other industries. 2 -- "We should give proof and confirming statistics that labor is not being exploited. 3 -- "We should build upon the fact that mining enterprises create new wealth and thereby advance the well being of the people and, in so doing, they pay notable taxes and make extensive purchases of equipment and supplies which benefit the general economy." LIFE INSURANCE STOCKS: Turnaround in the making? 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