Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 11, 1966 · Page 32
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(Cnewftti Dai!0 Qtiliztn · · -BUSINESS AND FINANCE FRIDAY, MARCH II, 1944 ·*· PAGE 32 Gains Ar As Tradi: NEW YORK --(IP)-- A stock market advance trimmed its gains late this afternoon as trading slowed. Volume for the day was estimated at 6.8 million shares compared with 10.33 million yesterday. The harket rose almost from the start, reached its peak around noon, then began to back away. Steels and electrical equipments were higher while electronics, aerospace issues and selected stocks showed losses. The rebound from heavy selling yesterday on news of a rise in interest rates never had too much enthusiasm and what there was of it faded quickly as the session wore on. Xerox, Admiral and Bendix were up 2 of more; Thiokol, Texas Gulf Sulphur, Motorola, AMERICAN STOCKS ZP.M. New York Prices Aerolet Gen 4 32'A Aeronc* Mf » « + J* Alan Wood 5 »'A -- Vt Air'Arn Eng 2 ;'j* ... AllifllAlrl 17 MW - Vt AllefliCpwt 10 JOH+ V» Ameco Inc 17 27 Am Eltctron 73 '2* . ., . Am Petrof A - « «» ,. A.P.T- CPU .- 1 12»+ £ Ark4j G« « .f''*- * Asam«ri 11 - J 1-1 « . Assd Oil, I G » ..' TV*': '··' MSS?*. : 35 if +7* Sfflfttf · . . ' / S . ' - s K i + w Bald -Moc* 3 "*,.-.,,· Bantf'OIl 1« ,-.- 'SI*-.. E A, AM* ind M' 3'A-- n Belodt'Jnit . , M .·;··** - ...,,-$; BorwMa Air Lh» IS Jf* Bowrmr ln*t » « + , * Braivrrw: 1« L A4 .i,i Brit ftt ,J TM J IJ* Brown Co l« z «* * . '* Bunk*r Rtrno · · - ' · , ! * JVTj.!TM Burm« M 105 *J|*.M* Burntl! , ,1 .,·**· · · : . ' . :. ButltnSb 13 -,1»-; » Calcomp f · WJ* ,.i Can SO Pit 45 2Vi 1-14 Cdn-: F«r»(J»y 2 3, + V ' Cdn J»v«lln « '* +. » Cdn Mtrc " «* T j? Cdn-Sup-OII W "*.+ ·* CarMtkm · _J .**" ~" CC.I.'Corp Si ·. TM ' Christiini Oil . «? · JS- - u Chromil . g..: "J? ~ TM ClSr??; '' " * ? ' r ^ c£t seta ·*- -»* - * Con Miter ^ » « 3 S Cont T*l «- " ?Sfc Vk SSW * ?f » SSW - g · %t » DavWien . 3f .J* , .4 Desllu . 1 '?i? Ti 2 Devon F. Oils "J 4 2 - 2 Dfetactrfc * »ii?Z * Elect Comm *'· :!2 J u Electronic* * 2J Equity cp ^ am + l Esquire Corp. f «£ Vi Essex- Ch«n «'«iti« Farso Oils . 5 ,}£ Fed Resources 23 Jw Fed.Purch -; _» 10% Felmont Petro 2 * '""J _ y 4 Filmwiys ' * JE vt FInan Gen ? m + Vt Firth Sterling - · 4 2 4'A Vt Fly TlB«r I? 12% Vi Fotochrome 3 2 57J i -- 4i £:W rI i j - Ut B vsaftf | lz « Goldfleld 122 ^ _,_ « |$$$l j ^+ V. GtBasPet 349 5 % SMti S5 1M + £ Gulf Sulphur 21 ££ Handleman 3 4* « Hazel Bish 7 »'/? . £ Hofm Ind 1| }/? ^ /s Holly Corp » .'·* Home Oil A ] ]|« Home Oil B i '»*· , ,, Hubbell A i 3 5\A u Hyciromatics | ^ ~ Vl ISa'nd'cred f 3Vi + V* Ipco Hosp Sup 2 2| v " + S Jeannette Gl . 1;,-- ^ Jupiter Co 4 SVi- % Kaiser Ind 41 12 -f Vi Kauf Bd 1 »« , ,, Kaweckl ^ 75 % Kirby Petro 3 S,. -- 7J fe m N S a e ,f i= | 1 onnv Inc ·* 27V2 T y* L.enuA tin- iiiA 4- 1A Levett Sons, 2? TM* J ^ ha^. 15 ^ T vj KSan*^. . 11 j g J - j S Mi^r | E| ;| K!rir^ ve zo 2 ? "% 1 1| Mohawk Alrl 3* 15v" Z » Molybden ; 80 44'A + % Monogram Industries 8 li , A STV M ^ i»- » Muter Co. 7 * + /f Napco Ind 7 *« Nat Nast A 11 ?,, Nal Bel H 19 4% National Co 4 9'/a -- */4 Nat Video A *43 74V4 + 1 Newal Inc 43 11-14 + M4 N Idria M 50 3 N M«X 8, Ar . ,12 26 + |j New Park Mining 500 4 , + jj Noramco 15 _f,, e T // Not-east Airl 22 25% + 'A ams?"*" #$ .5 8?olTep CP ^ l|%?3;| P^^of , g- * Pac Nw Tel 12 19% PacPet WT M 4% Paddinflton 23 30% . Pancoast Pet 12 1% Park Elec A 22 10 + »» Peel Elder 21 14 Perfect Photo 19 4V» + Vt Phoenix Stl 28 19'A + % Polarad El 49 5'A + Vt Prent Hall *S " + Vi Preston Min 1 10^ -- TM Progress Mf 4 24'/« Reeves Ind IS 3% Relian Ins 16 33^a + Vt Rem Arms 1 1'* -- '/« Revco OS 12 1*'* Rusco 48 4'A Scurry Rain 14 19V« -- Ji Sbd W Air 138 19'A + *t Sealectro 4 ll'A + A Selas Cpn Am 11 29 /t Sel t- Late 3 18'A + A Shat Denn 4 8V. + Vt SiB Oil A 35 28^^ + Vi Singer Ltd 1 * Sky Home 4 i9 7 /t n Slick CP 8 14*. + Vt Sonotone 9 W* + Vt Soss Mfs Co 1 1»« Spen Shoe 1 T'* -- Vt Sperry Rand 43 8 + A Stl Bd Painls 7 15'A + 'A Slatham Inst 3 27'A Swanee Paper 112 ?'/« + *» Syntex CPN 180 100'A - Vi Talley Ind 14 10'A -- Vt Tech Oper 9 38'A + Vt Technlcol 29 1«4 Tel-A-SIgn 30 4V, Tenny Ena * 3'A - A Term Hud 19 «/» - /' Thomp Star 115 54* + Vt Thrift! A 4 27 True Temper 1 «''' j '·? Unexcell Ch IS 23% + ?· US Air Cond 1 3 Univ Cl9»r 4 3V4 Victoreen 474 10V4 + % West Equities 303 54% + 2'A Wm» Bros 172 *'J* f *7* Wllshlre Oil 341 «'/. + '/a Wilson Br 10 P e Shaved Qg Slows Amerada and CBS about a point each. Zenith, Sobering and Polaroid lost 2 each; IBM, United Aircraft, Studebaker, Merck and Texas Instrument a point or so. General Electric gained 1, Westinghouse Electric a fraction. Jones Laughlin advanced more than a point, Bethlehem and 'Republic Steel fractions. American Telephone, sold on a big block of 96,000 shares, off J / 2 at 58, putting it at about the top of the volume leaders. A close competitor on volume was CIT Financial which was off '/ 2 at 28 on a block of 104,900 shares. Boeing sank % to 146j£ on a block of 11,500 shares. Massey-Ferguson was off y s at 32 on 99,500 shares. Collins Radio snapped back a couple of points · while Seilon, formerly Seiberling R u b b e r , added more than 4 to its rise yesterday of S 1 ^; T e x a s Instruments slipped more than a point. General Motors and Jersey Standard were steady, U.S. Steel eased and Du Pont was unchanged. .Prices were .generally higher in active trading on the American Stock Exchange. Horn Hardart Bakeries gamed 6, Gdrham nearly 3, Ecuadorian Corp., Xtra Inc., National Video and Valley Metallurgical about 2 each. Up around a point were Memcor, GCA, Esquire, Chro- malloyj Brown Co.,; Banff Oil, Audio Devices, Molybdenum and Edo Corp. Syntex lost a frac- GRAIN ·CHICAGO-- Vf-- Wheat arid rye torn*! t*s!er but ttM train futures market otherwise., held »te»dy to , firm most of the time today In -slow to .moderately active dealings. Corn derived some strength from a sooit In price by the' iwvernment for surplus ; stocks and from fairly active demand ' »*rly '-by exporters. The March delivery . owned »bout - 1 . ctnti hlnhtr but fell luck quickly. . ,Cocmnl.i»lon houses were understood H» htve boutht .Ifrpc quantities of soybeans which/forced, but some additional demand on tpecul*tlve short covering. Wheat ' and ry* eased irfter m mite early buying ilackentd. " ..·" · - ; · - - CHJCAGO, March 11 .OR-- - M«r" 1.40V4 l.*1V% IJW4 U»%.« A*»y 1.41W.* .um i.evt UZH-* July, 1.M34-K 1J7. -(MVt '1J4/2 S*». ]4«i IJtVi UI'A 1.M'A , CO«N-- ' " l f Mir lJ3-«^ 1.J4 1J1V4 1.25% May 1.24%-2SW 1JS% 1J4H l.lSVt-Vt July 1.26%-a 1.27% 1.24% .1.27-26% Sep 1.24V4 1.24W 1.23% 1.24% Dec 1.19V4 1.19% 1.19 1.19% OATS- . s · Mar .73W-V4 .72% .72% .72V4 . May JOVe .7Bi .70 .70 July .48-4eft .68% .68 .68Vt Sep .68% .68% .48% .61% D«c .71 .71 .70% .70%-% RYE-Mar 1.23Vi 1.23% 1.22 1.22 May 1.26'A 1.24V4 1.24% 1.24% July 1.27%-% 1.27% 1.26'A 1,26'A Sep 1.29'A 1.29'A 1.28V4 1.28VJ Dec 1.32% 1.35 Ul% 1.31% SOYBEANS-Mar 2,82Va-% 2.84'A 2.82 2.83V4 May 2.86-84'A 2.87% 2.85% 2.66%-% July 2.87 2.B8'/2 2.86'A 2.8847% AUB 2 83% 2 85 Vi 2 83 2 84'/a Sep 2.73%-% 2.74Va 2.73'/ 2.73%-74 Nov 2.69'A 2.70'A 2.69Vs 2.697/.-70 = Jan 2.72% 2.73% 2.72% 2.72'/e-73 SOYBEAN OIL-Mar 11.04 11.14 10.93 11.07-05 May 10.89-50 ll.OS 10.82 10.96-94 July 10.85-84 10.99 10.79 10.92-90 Sua 10.74 10.85 10.71 10.82-80 Sep 10.67 10.75 10.47 10.73-75 Oct 10.45 10.55 10.45 10.54B-55A Dec 10.41 10.47 10.40 10.45 Jan 10.39 10.47 10.34 10.45-42 SOYBEAN MEAL-Mar 47.00-05 £8.25 44.65 48.20-25 May 48.00-67.85 68.85 67.30 68.8045 July 48.70-45 69.30 48.05 69.25 Aim 48.90 69.40 48.60 69J5B-45A Sep 66.90 47.60 46.90 67.40B-55A Oct 65.60 44.00 65.50 64.00 Dec 65.50 65.90 65.30 65.85 Jan 65.45B-70A (B-- Bid; A-- Asked; N-- Nominal) TREASURY POSITION WASHINGTON-- (IF)-- The cash position of the treasury compared with corresponding date a year ago: March 8, 1944 March 8, 1945 S 3,624,-662,3S8.29 $ 6,022,636495.25 Deposits fiscal year July 1: J 81,299,847,330.11 S 74,286,058,651.47 Withdrawals fiscal year: $ 97,071,270,783.84 J 86,834,027,484.70 Total debt: (X) $323,678,816,113.15 $320,526,559,907.26 Gold assets: $ 13,732,541,940.45 $ 14,812,271,990.28 (x) Includes $260,114,061.41 debt not subject to statutory limit. DRYGOODS NEW YORK, March 11 W)-- Quiet conditions prevailed In the cotton textile market today. Mills said they sold scattered quantities of specialty types of print cloths for fourth quarter this year and first auarter 1967 delivery. Trade quarters talked of substantial new military orders involving cotton sateen and The wool goods market was firm. Polyester cotton broadcloths and ba- tistes sold In moderate volume in the synthetic goods market. The delivery period was the third quarter this year. COTTON NEW YORK-- MV- Cotton futures were unchanged to higher late today. There was light commission house buying of December and distant July contracts. Selling was credited to other commission houses. Spot cotton markets were quiet. Late afternoon prices were unchanged to 25 cents a bale higher than the previous close. May 28.70 bid, July 27.30 bid and Oct. 23.11 bid. LIVESTOCK KANSAS CITY-- W-Cattle 100; calves none; not enough sold to test trade. Hogs 1,200; barrows and gilts steady to 25 higher; not enough sows offered or market test; 1-3 200-250 Ib barrows and gilts 23.SO-24.OOt 200 Ib 24.25; 2-3 230-260 Ib 23.00-50; 240-300 Ib. 22.25-23.00. Sheep none; not enough offered for 2,1, Corp » 2**- '4 f ntE '«'· Latest New York Stock Prices DOW JONES 3 P.M. STOCK AVERAGES Quoted Change 30 Industrials 928.73 Off 0.50 20 Rails 254.30 Off 0.25 15 Utilities 142.24 UD 0.31 Vol-6,220,000 2 P.M. New Sales Net (hds.) High Low 2 p.m. Chg A Abbott L 92 43 42% 42% - Vt ABC Cons 50 27 26% 26% + Vi ACF Ind 40 48'A 47% 48V1 + % Acme Mkts 4 49 4«'A 48Vs + % Adam Ex 4 IVh 28% 28% - Vi Addresses 20 44'/. 44'A 44'A Admiral 227 105'A 101'A 102% +2'/ Aeroqulp 15 357i 35'/i 35% + % Air Prod 7 »OW 80Vi 80'A -- Vi Air Reduc 20 73 72'A 72Vi AJ Indust 123 4% 4Vi 4Vi + Vt Alberto Culver 12 14Vi 13% 14 + 'A Allea CP 87 14'A 14 14 -- i/o Alleg Lud 16 4|% 47% 48% + Vt Alleg Pw 59 25% 2S'/« 25'/i -- Vt Allied Ch 101 44% 45% 46'A Allied Kid 21 2S% 24% 24% - % Allied Pd 135 70Vi 67'A. 48% +1'A Allied Strs 13 K 78% 80 +1V Allied SUP 22 14% 14% 14% - '/· AlllsChal 111 36% 34% 36'/j + % Alpha P C 12 12% 12'/3 12% + Vt Alum Ltd 36 34% 34% 34% + Vt Alcoa 112 88'A 87'/j 87% - Vt Amerace 3 25W 25Vj 25% Amerada 116 73'A 72% 73'/i +1% Am Alrlln 33 60% 59% 60'A + % Am Bosch 42 29% 28% 29 + % Am Brk Sh 34 71 70 70% +1% Am BrdClt 12 76'A 75'A 76'A +1'A Am Can 33 55% 55'A 55% + Vt Am Chain 7 37% 37A 37'A -- Vi Am Cyan 34 84% 84V* S4'/« - Vt Am El Pw 67 40% 40 4Wi + % Am Enka 19 37% 37 37% + '/· Am EXP Isbrndt 73 53V1 51% 52% - W Am 4 FP 5 18% 18% 18% + Vt Am Home 32 75% 75'/« 7S% + V4 Am HoSPlt 17 42% 42'/s 42% + % Am Inv Co 12 20% 20V2 20% ..... Am MFdy 57 18% 18'A 18% - Vt Am Met Cl 22 54% 54'A 54% + % Am Met Pd 8 32% 32 3214 -- Vt Am Mot 1087 13% 13'/a 13% Am N Gas 14 43% 43% 43% - % Am Optical 6 50% 50'A 50% + '/« Am Photo 172 10% 10% 10% Am Potash 34 "41'A 40% 41 -.'A Am Research 11 27% 27% 27% -- Vt Am Seating' 3 4234 42% 42% + '/» Am Smelt 40 70% 49% 70 -- Vi Am So Afr 13 4t 68W 4814 - Vt Am Sfd 133 20% 20 20% + Vt Arn Sugar 22 30 29% 29% + Vi Am Tel Tel 1547 58% 58 58Vt - % Am Tob 43 38 37% 37% Am Zinc 8 30% 29% 30 ,-Vi Ametek 12 27% 27'A 27'A - 'A AMP InC 33 50 49% 50 Amp«xCp 157 23% 23 23 -% Amphen Corp xd!6 41 'A 40% 40% + Vt Amsted 9 44'A 43% 43% - Vt Anaconda 40 86% 85% 85% + % Anch H G xd7 43% 43 43% + Vi AnderClayt 3 35% 35% 35% Anken Ch 22 22'A 21% 21% - 'A Arch Dan. 17 42% 42'A 42%-t-Vi Ariz P Sv 18 33% 32% 33Va + % ArlansDStr 14 21 20% 2 0 % - % Armco Stl 114 63 «2'A 62% -f Vt Armour 36 45 44% 45' + % Armst Ck 32 S3V4 52% 53 . +.% Armst Rub 12 40 39% "40 + Vt Arvln Ind 20 41 Vi 40% 40% - Vt Ashl Oil WI 10 16% MH 26'A + V% Ashl Oil 32 J3Vi 52% 52% + Vi Assd Dry G 32 48 47% 47% -- Vt ASSOC Inv 24 23'A 23 23'/« + Vt Atchison 109 38% 38% 38'A - Vt Atl City El 6 31%- 31Vi 31'A -- % Atl Cst Line 2 83 83 83 - Vi All Refin 91 73% 72% 73% +1% Atlas Chem 104 22 21% 21% -- % Atlas CP 100 3% 3% 3% Atlas Credit 7 S Tft T/t -- Vt Avco Corp 187 25% 25'A 25% -f % Avnet Inc 87 22% 21% 21% Avon 'Prod 2i 77 76% 77 + % B Babcock W t 36% 34% 34% - Vi Baker OT 12 12% 12% 12% + Vi Bait .G «, E 19 36% 35% 34'A + % Bait S, Oh · ' 2 39Vi 39% 39% - Vi Barb Oil 3 103% 103 103% + % Bausch «. L 4 71% 71'A 71% + % Baxter Lab 30 25% 25'A 25% + % Beam DIs 8 27 24% . 2«% + 'A Beat Fdt 37 54% 55Vi 54% +1 -Beaunlt Co 4 Sl'A 50% 51'A 'Beech Airq 22 31% 30% 31% + Vt .Bell* HOW 4» 42'A 41% 41% + % Bell Int » 12% 12% 12% + Vi 'Bendix ' 240 80% 77'A 79 +1% Benef Fin 25 Sl'A 50% 30% -- % Benguet 54 1% l% "(Vt Beth Steel 174 34% 35% 35% + % Bigekrw S 7 48% 47% 47% -- 'A BJack i D 12 61% 61 61'A -- Vt Blaw Kn 18 34% 33% 34V4 Bliss t L 6 35 34% 34%-% Bliss, EW 24 19% 19% 19% + % Bobble BkS 55 35% 35 35% + % Boeing J39 149 145'A 145% -1% Boise Cascade 12 67'A 46'A 66'A .... Bond Stn 31 26%- 28 28 + % Book Mon 4 24% 24'A 24% ..... Borden : 180 ,41V« 40'A 40% +1 Born Warn 23 47% 46% 46% -- Vt Borman Fd 4 19% 19'A 19% + Vt Bos Edls 2 41 - 40% 41 ..... Boston L Me 10 25 24% 24%' Brach S . - ' 25 S2'/t 52. 52 -1 Bran Alrw 4 72% 72'A 72'A - % Brlogs St 15 44% 43% 44 ..... Brlst My W 94 93% 94 + % Sdway Hale Str 9 38 38 38 -- Vt Bklyn U Sas l» 33% 33% 33% + Vt Bucy Erie 11 74 72% 73% +TA 30dd Co 32 19% 19 19'A -.% Bullard 20 28% 28'A 28'A -- Vt Bulova 15-20 19% 19%-% Bunker HIH , 28 27% 26% 27 Burl ind . 30 44'A '45% 45% - Burndy 139 .60% 59'A 40 BVD 37 25 24'A 24'A - % · c - Calgon Corp 4 44 45% 45% + Vt Ca Pack 10 29% 29% 29% + Vi Callah Mng 51 13% 12% 12% + % Calum H 24 33% 32% 32% + % Camp R Lk 7 20% 20'A 20% ..... Can Dry 2 29% 29 29 - Vt Cdn Pa'c 1 56'A 56A 56'A -- 'A Canteen 96 31% 30% 30% + % Carborun 69 91 90% 9 0 % - % Carlisle 13 35'A 35 35% ..... Caro P8.L 54 43 42 42 -I'A Caro Tel 8, Tel 7 21'A 21'A 21'A Carrier 41 74 72% 73% +1% Carter Wall 39 18% 18% 18'A - % Case Jl 29 28'A 27% 27% Castle 8, Cooke 11 32% 32% 32% - Vt Cater Trac 121 44% 44% 44% + % Celanese 101 74% 73% 73% -2 Celanesert 171913/16 1 V · · · · · : Cenco Inst 29 42% 41% 42'A ·fa Cen Hud 6 4 34% 34'A 34'A Cen' III Lt 21 24% 26% 26% Cen HI PS 15 23'A 22% 22% -Vi rc-rro CD S 44% 45% 46% + % CerMeed . 25 21% 21% 2J% Kllilfis S¥f... 'SSB^na+a E h / W S P P a c 34 59% 59 59JA X ,. spp pf 2 83% 83 83% Chi Musical W -' 30% 30% Chi 8, NW 5 126% 126'A 126% rhi Pnpu T 8 42 3 A 47,Vt 42V1 Chi R P | Pac 5 37'A 34% 36% ..... Chi Rl Pac ct 11 34V2 34'A 34% + '/· Ch Title Tr 1 37% 37% 37% + % Chick FN 10 ll'A 11 "Vi + Vt Chrfst Cft 22 25Vi 24% 24% + % City Str 65 2 14% 14% 14% -- Vt Clark Eq 19 61 'A 6fti 61 -- Vt Cev El III 5 39% 39% 39% + % Cluett Pea V " «'* " +1V2 Cst St Gas 38 32% 32'A 32% + % Coca Cola 30 77% 77% 77% - % Cola Pa % 25% 25% 25% CoVlad 501 73 71 71Vi + » 'o"V C £ ir K !$ w ' " + Vt 8!?!Ed G8s iHi^ UK ilB±B CBS 188 45'A 44% 44% + % Colum Gas 22 28% 28% 28% C o P i C t 1 24% 24% 24% + 1.4 Comb En 26 42% 61% 41% - % Coml Cred 40 3Wi 30% 30% - Vi Com Solv 107 47% 44% W ? - Vt Comw Ed 75 50% 49% 50% + Vt Comw Oil Ref 139 21% 21V. 21% · Com Sat Corp S3 39% 38% 39V4 +1. Cone Mills 12 25% 25'A 55% 4- % Conqoleum 44 50% 50 50'A Con Ciaar 18 35% 34% 36% - Vi Con Edis 112 39% 39% 39% - % Con El Ind 144 34V» 33*i 33% -- % Con Foods 4 44'A 43% 44'A + Vi Con Fratways 19 45 44 45 +1'A Con L«und 1 30% .30% 3M*-,i Con N Gas ' 64% 44% 64'A + Vt Consoln Coal 18 45% 65'A 65'A - Vi Consum Pw 38 51 50% 50% - 14 Cont Air L 93 54'A S3 'A 5 3 % - % Con Can 10 69 68% 68% + Vt Cont Cop 37 27 26'/J 24% + Vi Cont Ins 14 68 67% 68 + % Cont Mtg Inv 27 29 28V: 29 - Vi Cont Mot 6 16 15"« W» - Vt Cont Oil 40 45% 44% 65 -- % Cont Stl 5 36 35% 34 + Vi Control Data 122 29 7S»;« W.'t -- % Cowtr Ind 4 52 v i 5U'» 5?"i + 'd York Prices Sales Net (hds.) High Low 2 p.m. Cho Copper Rng 25 50% 50 50'A + % Cop* Stl 3 27% 27'A 27Vi - Vt Corn Pd 100 47'A 46% 47 + Vt Corning G 25 252 249 250 --3 Cox Brdcst 25 38 34% 37 -1% Crane Co 6 52% 52 52 -- % Crest Corp 23 22% 21'A 22 + Vt Crow Coll 35 40% 39% 40% -- Vt Crown Cork 100 55% 53% 54% -1% Crn Zell 20 52 51 52 +1 Cruc Stl . 56 33% 32% 33'A + % CTS Cp 17 57'A 56 · 57'A +1% Cudahy Co 78 9 8% 9 + % Curtis Pub 30 11 10% 10% Cur Pub 3 pf 2 34'A 34'A 34'A Cur Pub .40 Pf 2 14 14 14 Curtlss Wr 37 22% 22'A 22'A + Vt Cutler H 27 46% 44 44 --1 Cyclops CP 11 44% 44% 44% + % Cyprus Mines 24 67 44 46% + % D Dana Cp 4 47% 47 47'A - Vt Dayco 7 27% 27% 27% + '/· Day PJ.L 8 29% 29% 29% + % Deere 58 40% 40% 40% + Vi Del Hud 6 37 36% 36% -- % Del P J, L 17 53 52% 53 - Vi Delta Air 50 90 87% 88% -- Vt Dent Sup 1 32'A 32'A 32'A Den RGW 17 '22% 22'A 22% + % DeSoto Ch 1 21% 21% 21% Det Edls 34 34 33% 33% Det Stl Cp 173 18% 18% 18% + % DIam Alk 61 34'A 33% 34'A -- Vt Diam Intl 8 41'A 40% 41'A + % DIGIorgio 21 27'A 26% 26% -- Vt Diners C 4t 53% 53 53'A + % Dlvco Way 7 40 39% 39% -- % Dr Pepper 1 33% 33% 33% Dome M 5 38'A 38 38 -- Vt Domln Fd 2 21'A 21% 21% .. . Donnelley 32 43Vi 41% 43V* +2% Doug Airc 151 - 91 Vt 88% 88% --2'A Dow Chem 37 71% 71'A 71% + % Dress Ind 104 33'A 32% 33 -- % Duffy Mott 12 27% 27'A 27% + Vt Duke PW 17 3S'A 36 36'A -- % Duplan 1 12% 12% 12% du Pont 24 220% 218 220 +1 Duq Lt 23 31% 31% 31% + Vt DWG Clg- IT -16Vi ·1$%~'T6'A -- Vt Dvmo Ind 18 17% 17% 17% Dynam Am 27 11% 11% 11% · E ' Eagle P 9 31 30% 30% - Vt East Air L 106 77% 76 76 East GIF 2 99% 99Vi 99'A + Vt East S Stl 12 17% 16% 17% + % East Kod 102 117Vi 116'A 114% -- % Eaton' Yale 18 44'A 62% 6 3 % + % Edger GerG 13 27Vi- 24W 2*%-% Edls Br. Str 2 30% 30% 30%' -V % El Bond I S 24 40% 39'A 3»'A -- 1% El Mus 35 5% 5 i% +, % Elect ASSOC 24 23 22Vi 22% + Vi' Elec Spec 17 19'A 11% 19 -- Vi El Paso NG 44 20%' 20'A 20% + % Eltra Corp 15 45% 44% 45% + % Emer El 30 55% S4'A 55% + Vt Emer Rad 85 33% 31% 32%,-1% Emhart Corp 58 34'A 34 34% + Vi Emp D E I 2 32% 32% 32% ... Eqult Gas 7 40% 40% 40% + % Erie Lack 29 11% 11% 11% Ethyl Corp 49 35'A 34% 35 ..... Evans Pd 6» 46 : 44% 4JV -1 Eversharp 42 22% 22'A 22H ...... Ex-Cell-O ' 10 37% S7H ST*;-- Vt · . T : . ··· Factor A 21 36 35W 36 ..... Fair Cam 249 171% 147% 168'A - % Fair Hiller 117 15% 15% .15%. Fairmont 4 20% 20%. 20'A Falstaff Br 4 18'A 11% 18'A + Vt Fam Fin ; 11 24% 23'A 23% - Vt Fansteel 24 28% 27%; 27% -Vt Fedd Corp 12 18% 17% 18 ..... Fed Mogul 14 36% 36% 36%-% Fed Pac El 52 17% 17 i/w f ·vt : ed D Str 15 58% 57% 58 --1 Ferro CP 26 26% 26V4 24% + % Fibre Pap 13 32% 31%, 32% + % Flltron 22 i3% 51%;52% + Vt = nl 1 fed '» "» «* -18%-% 'riitone 54 42% 42'A 42'A + 'A Fit Chart 28 17% 16% 14% + % First N Str 7-34% 34V4 34% ..... First West Fin 118 4% 4% 4% + Vi Fllntkote 23 22% 22% 22Vi-% FlaECst 1 13'A 13'A 13'A RaPv/ 38 44% 44% 44% - 'A F a P f c U - -SO'49% 68% 69% + % Fluor 23 47% 45% 47'/4 +1% FMC CP 26 80% 79% 80'A +1 Food Fair 22 .21% 20% 20% + Vi Fd G Mkt 12 15% 15% 15W Foote Cone Beld 4 17 17 17 ..... 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Unlv Oil Pd 21 ««* 43 % 44'A + % . . . od 7K1/B 7jafe 74SA % Utah PL 20 35ft 35% 35% + Vl VanadCp 17 29 28% 28% +'/« VarlanAs 92 35'A 34% 34Vi - Vt Vasco Metals 156 32% 31'A 32'A - V4 VendoCo 33 34'A 35 34'A +1% Victor Comp 15 36% 34'A 36% - Va V a E I P w 116 42% 42% 42% Vornado 7 71% 71 . 71 -- Vi Vulcan Mat 21 22% 22% 22ft + V, W Walarepn 2 38 38 38 -- Vt Wa!ker?H 3 31% 31'A 31% + Vi Wallace Murray 9 71% 70% 71% + % WallTIern 3 41% 41% 41% + A Walworth 11 10'A 9% 10'A + Vt WarnBroCo 1 37% 37% 37ft + % Warn Lam U 37% 37 37% + % H^ I ^ !» !«'" f i ^ «A + V, Webb Del E 101 4% 4% 4'A WestcstTran '6 26'A 25'A HVA-1A W Va Pulp 44 52% 51% 52% - V. W , V li P i l ?? 4«4 4S'/4 44V. + 'A Wn Air Lin 95 44% 45'A »» -tvt «a M a r rp 1 %4 3 ^4 3 ?%± 1 ii Wn Pac 12 42 41V* 4TO , Wn Un Tel 35 49'A 49'A 48% + Vt $ S S§, B1C ' £ f^ «lt 42V, + V. Weyerhaeuser 51 38V. 37% 38 Wheel Stl 18 32% 32% 31% + Vi Whirl Cp 194 45% 44% 45 +1 White Mot 44 45'A 44% 45 + Vi White Srr 4 21'A 20% 21'A + % Wickes 4 30% 30% 30% + Vt Wilson Co 44 53% 53% S3'A -- Vt W n n Dix 17 34% 34% 34'A - Vi WIs El Pw 52 28% 28'A 28% + Vt Wise P Sv 7 19'A 19 19V. -- Vt WItco Chem 26 35% 35 35V. + Vl Woolwth 52 27'/. 27V4 27% -- Vt Worthing 23 42'A 41% 4?Vi + % X-Y-Z Xerox Cp 110 329'A 224% 226% - % Ynqst Sh T 18 40'A 39% 40% + % Ynqst S Or 10 21% 21% 21% + Vt Zayre Corp 12 35% 35V* 25% + 'A Zenith R 100 141% 139 141 --I'A METALS NEW YORK, March 11 W-Soot nonferrous metal prices today: copper 34 cents a pound, Conectlcut Valley. Lead 16 cents a pound, New York. Zinc 14'A cents a pound, East St, Louis. Tin 1.75V1 a pound, New York. Foreign silver 1.293 per troy ounce. New York. Quicksilver 445.00 per flask, New York. The Daily Investor By WILLIAM A. DOYLE Q -- I don't live in New York State-- much less New York City. So, I am steamed by the idea that the city levy a transfer tax on stocks -on top of the state transfer tax. If you have any ideas on how I can beat that state tax, I would sure like to hear them. But here's the big question: If New York City does put in a transfer tax bite, will the big stock exchanges really move ( out? A -- If I thought I had the answer to that question, I would be tempted to speculate in New Jersey real estate. All I know is that some mighty influential financial people are wearing lapel buttons with the simple inscription "NJSE"-- for New Jersey Stock Exchange. In this age of modern communications (with most brokerage business done by phone and wire) there is no absolute necessity for "Wall Street" to be located in downtown Manhattan. It's no secret that more and more stock trading is being done outside New York state -- on regional stock exchanges and in the over-the-counter market. And that brings us to your .complaint about the state's transfer tax. You can beat it -- in some cases. ' The .New York state transfer tax is paid by the seller in a stock transaction. It amounts to. 1 cent a share on stock selling at less than $5; 2 cents a share on stock selling at from $5 but less than $10; 3 cents a share on stock selling at from $10 but less than $20; 4 cents a share on stock selling at $20 or morel So, in most transactions, that tax bite comes to $4 on the sale of each 100 shares. That's not peanuts. But you can get around it -by making sure that no part of any transaction in which you seU stock takes place in New York state. You have to deal with a brokerage office outside New York state and instruct your broker to sell either on a regional exchange or in the over-the- counter market outside that state. You can have problems, if the stock you sell is listed for trading only on a stock exchange in New York or if the only transfer agent for the stock is located in New York City. However, more and m o r e stocks are becoming "dually listed -- on exchanges in and out of New York. And many companies do have transfer agents outside of that state. I have no idea whether New York politicians will be silly "enough to slap a city tax on top of the state transfer tax -- thereby cooking the golden goose. But if it does happen, you can be sure it will result in a further boom for regional Hartford Makes Pitch For Exchange HARTFORD, Conn. - (B Hartford has joined in the siren song of cities trying to lure the New York Stock Exchange to a new location. Hartford Mayor George B. Kinsella made a special appeal to G. Keith Funston, president of the Big Board. He reminded Funston of his undergraduate years at Trinity College here, his term as president of the college, 1944-51, and his status as a lifetime trustee. Hartford has several advantages which would make it a "unique pasture ... for the grazing and browsing of both bulls and bears," Kinsella said in his letter to Funston Funston threatened to move the exchange out of New York if the city boosted its tax on stock transfers. Since then, dozens of cities have bid for the Big Board. Bucvrus-Erie Hikes Dividend NEW YORK-(M-Directors of the Bucyrus-Erie Co., manufacturer of excavating machinery, have v increased the quarterly dividend on common stock and recommended a two -for -one split. The new rate of 70 cents a share will be payable April 4 to holders of record March 18, the company said. In the final quarter of 1965, the company paid a 60-cent dividend plus an extra 90 cents a share. Previously, shareholders received a 50-cent dividend each quarter. The increase raised the 1965 total to $3 a share compared with $1.70 in 1964. On completion of the stock split, the new dividend rate will yield 35 cents on each new common share. OFFICES -STORES 4500 BLOCK JA1T BROADWAY : GREATER BROADWAY DEVELOPMENT'CO. 4$3S E BOOADWAV ED (2464 stock exchange' and transfer agency business outside of New York. Q -- I was able to buy some stock of a new company on the first day it was offered to the public. Since that time its market price has almost tripled. I would like to hold it for at least six months before selling, so that I can report my profit as a long- term capital gain and pay lower Federal taxes. But I feel that many other people who bought on that first day may do the same thing and drive the price down on the day I sell. Is there any rule of thumb on a situation such as this? Please answer soon. Tune is'short. A -- It may be later than you think -- for lots of speculative "hot new issues." Have you watched stock prices lately? There is no rule of thumb. H a stock has real value and/or appeal, it will stay up in price. Mr. Doyle will answer only representative letters of general interest in his column. He cannot answer phone queries. Copyright 1944 Half BUlion Outlay Set By Du Pont WILMINGTON, . Del. -W- The Du Pont Co. disclosed today that it plans to spend a record half billion dollars this year to build new plants and expanc present ones in the U.S. and abroad, particularly in Europe. President Lammot du Pont Copeland said in the annual report to stockholders that in 1965 the nation's biggest chemical producer spent $327 million for plant construction, short of the '64 record of $370 million. "It is anticipated that construction expenditures for 1966 will be hi the range of $450$550 million," Copeland said.- Sales for I. E. du Pont de Nemours Co. Inc. hit a new high for the seventh straighi year. Copeland said they totalec nearly $3 billion and were 9 per cent over the $2.7 billion in '64 Copeland called the year "a good one for Du Pont" and noted that "the improvement ir sales was general throughout the company's major product lines." He noted, too, that "research and development activities continued at a high level." Earnings, as previously reported, also reached record proportions. Profits totaled $397 million, equal to $8.63 a share of common, and compares with 1964 when earnings, without the General Motors Corp. stock were $349 million and $7.58. Al GM stock held by Du Pont was divested by January, 1965. Iron Pellets Export OK'd By Australia . CANBERRA, Australia-(ff)The Australian government has approved the export of 90 million tons of iron ore pellets, mainly to Japan, to be produced by an American firm from the Robe River area in Western Australia. National Development Minister David Fairbairn said this approval has been granted to Cliffs International Corp. and Cliffs Western Australian Mining Co. Proprietary Ltd., which are part of the American Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Co. Australian and Japanese interests expect about 120 million Australian dollars ($134.5 million) will .be · spent hi establishing the undertaking. The undertaking will include the construction of a 72-mile railroad from the Robe River area to Cape Preston, where an iron ore pelleting plant and port will be constructed. A contract has already been negotiated for the export to Japan of 71.4 million tons of pellets over a 21-year period, he said. OVER THE COUNTER These quotations an from NASD it spproximsldy 1 a.m. Bltfi IT* tteiMfeafcr prices. Prices Mt Identified by * are Inter-dealer asked prices. Inter-dealer quotations do not Include retail mark-up, markdown or commission. Asked prices Identified by *have been adjusted upward to include approximate markup. INDUSTRIALS ·14 Aiked Arden Farms 21'A 21Vj Aril. Aso. Chem. Corp 3% 4'/4 A^tec Oil Gas 17'/4 W« Baodad Copper . . .... 43 44 xClrcle K 19 ; A 20'A Den Chs o. Trks 41'/j 42Vi xHorizon Land 3'A 4 Interstate Securities Ws 97a Hek 9% 9'/a Lear Jet . . .... 50Vi 51 Lilly, EH S3 54'/i Lune Star Steel 83'A ' 84V4 Memorex 37 3 A 38'/2 Pabst Brew ... .: .37'A 3714 Palonwr Mortaaste IVt W* Peter Pau 35Vt 36Vi Pubro Petrol 5'A SVi Scientific Data SWt 60 Sees Candy 18% 19'A Shakespears Co 14V4 15 So. WDS! Rsch 1 Gen. Inc. .. SVt Wt Taopan Co 31'/a 32 Teledyne 93 94 Time Ft Inc 29 30 FORilCN SECURITIES Phillips LP. FL 25 33 33% BANKS Arizona Bancorp ITVt 18'A Arizona Bank 22'A 23 Bank of America 52Vi 53 Chemical Bank N.Y. Tr. .. Xd47 47V4 Cont III Chso 37 37Vi 1st Ndt Clt" N.Y 50 MVi Irvlna Tr. N Y 35'/2 36 Manufacturers Hanover 47 47Vi Morgan Guar N.Y 91VS 92 Valley Nat'l. Bk. Phx 23'A 23% INSURANCE COMPANIES Aetna Life . . 57'A 58 American Fidelity Life 18'A 19 American Nat'l. Life Wi 16Vi Beneficial Std 15$i W Continental Cas 54'A 55'/i Farm Home Life .... 19 20 Franklin Life 37% 38'A Georgia Int'l Fire IB 18'/a Hartford Fire .... 71 7T/2 Home 'ns. N Y *4'A 65 Jefferson Std 57 58 Lincoln Nat'l 80 81 Nat Old Line 13}i 14 Phlla Life 36 37 Rep Nat'l Life 42 43 South Coast Life 8% 9'/» Travelers Ins ......... 35% 36% United Service Life , .34 38 UTILITIES Cltz Ulll A. 33$i 34Vi Cltz Util B 33'/2 34 Port. Gen. Electric 21'A 21 7 /§ Pub. Serv. N.M 28'A 29 Trans Gas Pip* 21% 2F/4 TucsSn Gas 16V4 l«i Division Chiefs NEW YORK -tfl- American Metal Climax Inc. appointed H. A. Sawyer Jr. president of its Climax Molybdenum Co. division and Stephen A. Furbacher president of the Amax Aluminum Co. division. LONG TERM REAL ESTATE LOANS Home-Business Property, Etc. Unlimited amount life insurance Money Available. Refinance-- Consolidate Debts. Easy Payments C. NEWT GARDNER Ph. 298-W42 I NOW LEASING fo' April Occupancy TUCSON FEDERAL SAVINGS TOWER UHTMw I lto/i ··,, L ,h('?i"' ?*, lit... , I L' »«»«h u j^SQlK.!: !y « *ii»-o 1 fl; ·- '"-i J -x«iMiS«» ·!» ,f 1 LsS^ »«». · -- - -- ., - " 1 IliiililliHill^S^^^BSiB 1 TUCSON REALTY Trust Company NEW5OW HOLE5APPLF C. J. WcCANN. 20 S STONE -- 624-0451 I LEASE 1966 CARS S C rt 95 MONTH * ^ \f LEASES A NEW ** " CHEVROLET tEASE FROM A RENTAL COMPANY AMERICAN AUTO RENTAL 1 STONE AVE. at THIRD ST. 622-7677 RE ifH^lS R"y t | % ^i|J Accountant JJI3OI BE SURE Y · CORPORATION TAX Al SPEC · BUSINESS Jl "" N I Our Persona | . .ND.V.DUAL $AVE$ T|ME . ||iiiJ|R^|H ·1 f^5StS*K£E SM^^W ^/f r ft ;=-^5«^^,/\i^7* Tlj · ACC;OI L,._/ iy 531^E.BROAI " "''VALLEY BANK IIKKD? 'ox, Long-Time Tucson Tax Consultant says -OU KNOW ALL YOUR WANTAGES AND ^lAL CREDITS! lized Tax Service OPEN TIL SAVES MONEY! » '·*· IWAY 327-5243 UiilMil CREDIT CARDS HONORED"

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