Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 6, 1960 · Page 23
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MONDAY EVENING, J.qiME 6, I960 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 23 NEW YORK STOCK LIST AI\1ER1CAN STOCKS Marijuana Smuggler OVER THE ! Stale School Change Box High; Thefl Nels MUCH INVESTMENT COUNTER LOOSE DIAMOND* TOP COLOR AND CUT r.«... JSO I C*r«t... Cvu... 30 Industrials 20 Rails Quoted Change : P3692 A7 94 ' 141.90 A2.27 I By Associated Rrtt* .. ! ; P.M. P R I C E S Sale* Close Cham* i 15 Utilities ... 89.55 A .46 i Am Electron ; ,, » W. J .ii Sales-3,220.000. T SalwOOM Chte . . A A.tboUL 27 «',i-h "i ACFlnd ' * 15 42',;- V, ACF Wrif · - - 32 13',-- .i CcmeSt] . Z4 »'.'·- % Adams -Ex " «. 34'.i+ i Admiral · « «',+ a,. Aeroqutp. 13, 33 - ,i Air Heduc 9 77^ 4- Vj AJ Ijiutisi 313 5 -- -i AlcoProd 17 16!« + ',« Altfens «S -SOVi-l'i AU«gCp lifers 9 ** 'i. AHeKLud S8 Wlij-l Allied Ch « '53'A-H'i Allied .Mill» , 1. 33',i AUiea Strs 4 52'i-fP,i AllisChaV W 29','r-s- '.S Alpha PC 6 33H+ ?« Alum Ltd IIS 32*i -- '., Alcoa- · . 43 M -4- ',« Amerada , . 85 63 J ,i T 2U Am Ag Ch ff" SRI + ' ii Am Bosch 3d 21i- il Am Brk Sh 9 42 3 ,i-r '.4 ArrtBd'Palr -...34 -3V. H-.1.4 Am:daih". -110. '.«'· .;..' ArrrClflcli; .J3 ;5S;i~',i AmiCyin -. "..'"·ao'.SS'/srt a .« AhifZl'Pw «7 Mlirt-Bi Am Export' 4 i3*ti-- · '.i. AmilFPw; .« ^ 8 :-.''.ir Anrlnv i y.7\J».' '{'.''· Am'kefCl ""*»'' il!i^- '',', Am Mol»B- . ;, -7 ' MTt ·.;· ".· .: · Am Motor* .:^37 , M',ir4-'«S a AntNsGts 1 "K; 'S4',i ···';';· Am Optical / i« ' SftVc-K l .4_ AmPotHh 'S»;:SI?S-!-.-?i Am Std M . 13V, AmStlFd J* 31 +114 AmSur* «' afti-f H AKX^Cp.xioi- ; 36?i4 ·£ ABieondi : «6 .SI 1 ,!* Hi Andlttf 0 ;; . M ".WS-r % Armco Sti 90 Wif + "IS ArmourgcCo SB 3R,+ 4 Arrost Oc- . 91 ... «54 * - AshlOil 4 19 ,V. Aa»d Bry. O - 8 eSli-- li Atchlson . ' - 9 7 ZZHSr ·?··' Ati Cst "tin* 15 521i,+ l - AtiRsfin · srAsy/j-t- y.- Autom'Cant. ;TT 32% -- i5s Avco-Prod W -Mitt-- ·',»' B BabcocWcW. JB 32','. + IV, Bald Lima 45 13%+ ',i Balti-Oh · M · 3£i +.1% Barber Oil 3 H'.l+ltl BeatFds 14 45',-i+lli Beaunit^t .-.^,31 Ji +l*a Beckman In 44 86 + 1 3 ,* Beech Airc 19 TO 3 ,!-- I'/, Beech LSiv « 34 s ,. + ,. Bell Airc 10 Wi-- i; BellHxw -32 W/4* I 3 ,i Bertdix ^5 fl» l /8+ Vi Benef Fin 8 27 Benguet 39 IU -- ','» BesOrCo . 3 33',+ U Bestwall 11 4«,i-- 14 Bi*elowS 18 Ifi' -r 14 Buck AT Dee » 41',:- V. BlawKnox 15 40 +1% BUM, EW 12 161i+ »/, BohnAlum » 2g + 1 4 BondStri S 3014+ Vi BooKofMon 2 1S14+ »,. Borden 13 4J',i+ 14 Borf Warn 11 M','.+ 14 Bomten Ic M* 2 8^4 Bran Alrw 11 9^, Bride Bran 10 3HH-1!4 BrinriMf 1 -9/, BrirtMy X Mli- li Bkly U Gag 5 27 Bruruwick 141 70'i + m Bucy.Xrl«. 34 ]»',»*· ',i BuddCo . M K14+ ii BullMd · · · 12 i4,4'-r % Bulovx 12 U',4 - , Burllnd 119 19',i+ ',i Burlpt .20 K) + 1,4 Burrourta 7» MTt-- '/i C CalPack' 7 32',i+ !l CaJlahMrut 13 4% CalumJcK 11 11 + '.· Camp Soup ' 1* SIVi t U CdnPae 32 2S',i Capital Airt 31 9 ',4+ V, Carborun 7 4314 + 114 CaroPia. 27 40 ·+ ,i Carrier Cf . It 3214 + 2 Casc.JI 34 11 J ,;+ 14 Cater Traj 50 28 - 34 Celotex · » + ',4 CenFdy 15 20 S ,4+ 3 ,4 Cen Hud O 4 20% Cen 111 Lt 3 3«, + ·'., · Cen 111 PS » 52',i+ % CenKRNJ 4 26V 4 CcniSW 33 38',i + l CerdePai 20 31=;,+ *', Cert-teed « 11%- li CsKnaAir 34 33^«+ ',', Champ Pap IB ST/Ji t- H ChamplinO 147 18", Chance Vgt » 30'iJ *,i Chemetn 9 22?i+ 7 ,i ChesOh 15 61 3 ,,+ »i ChMSPPac 39 20%+ li ChMSP*P pif . 1 62 CW*NW - 18 191k +l»i ChiRIPac 12 J4',i+ li Chrysler 18« 50 '+,', Cin Mil M . . 7 30 -- % CITFinan 14 53i+ 14 Cities Svc 46 4M4+ '1 ClevElIll . 9 53:11,+ 14 Cluett Pea 7 STrli + '',4 Coca Cola 78 80 + !i ColgPalm 38 36 + 'i CollAlk : 4 2514- i ColoFilr Stt 231i + 114 CBS 8 4414+ 14 ColumGaa : J66 19 - li Col Cart) 10 47 CorhbEnf 13 K Ji , ~ li Corn! Cr»d . 5 SffJi + ,i ComlSolv «14 20 + '4 Comw Id 30 8014 + Hi ConEdis 34 S2- 1 ,a+ li Coii N Gas - -17 45?,+. 'i C Mfe Cu* lf .40 9!i-- !r. CoTiium'Pw 11 57^- 14 Container n Wf,- % Corn Can ' * 3(* 42 3 i-- /i Cont Mot 19 9%+ .',', CoritSU 18 37. +V/4 Copj»rRn« 53 161i+ li Cop'w Stl 17 ' 4014 + 1 % Cornint'ei is-]68',i+4li Crane Ci» 7 46%-J ,4 Crown Cork 4 3314 -- \y CrucStl « 2214 + 2 CnbAmSuf 7 15'A+ '., CudahvPk » 9Ti+ 3 ,i CurttePub «1 9 5 ,i-- li Curtis* Wr «0 19',i-- '.'t Cutler H 11 88'i-- '.i D Daystrom 17 47T.+ ',« D«ytP*L 1 49i+ »i Decca Rec 35 31 li-- 14 Deere 44 4« +114 Del * Hud 18 2314-- li Del L A W 35 «».+ ',', Den A RGW 37 ISli-- 14 DetZdis 45 44 + li KetStlCp 1» I91i+ % DiTm Nat 20 33?i+ '. UteCSear 4 29%+ li DivcoWay 11 25=4--14 DomeMin I 18'.i+ li DontAJrc ** 28-%+ 5 ,i Dover Cp « JO + V 4 Dow Chem 59 91 +1 Dresstlnd 30 21 + '4 du POM 29 2^6 -IV* j Dttq Lt H M s ,i DWGCie 2 19 Ea«Tl« P 99 23 KwrtAfrL SS »!4+ ^i East G A T H 25 -- 'i HastS Stl 23 2014 + P. BlWtK-od 45 11914+ 14 IStCOPd 7' 3714-- *.!, K Ante I, 7 «i'k-- 'i BStorBltl X 71",^ ' i 'oday's Final Price; Salet Close Chjt ErleRR 27 8i+ V, Xvercharp 13 22i+ 'i Ex-Cell-O 8 32'i | ·Fair Whit, . 210, 8 ! ,i+ U Fairch Eh ]« 7U-- ^j Fairmont 1 Slli-- !i ; Faro Fin 10 29',i+ '', Fanzteel 59 5SA + 3 Fedd Corp 56 20 -- i F«d D Str 1« 6ff!',-- 14 Fenestra 1 18 -- 'li Ferro Cp 14 84 -- ',i · Fibre Pap. oede 38% Firestone 34 37 FirstamEr 44 J4U '· ' Firth Cpt 3 8i-- ', FOintkoU 30 ,37 3 ,i+ »i Fla Pu- 8 35% + % FlaPiL 38 61^4+ ^ Food Fair 38 31 14-- ,', Food Mach 14 4314-- =.4 Ford Mot 96 8S'i + l . ForemDair 18 .1714 Fosf(Vheel 8 3114 + l"i FreeptSul 34 ZMj-)- 34 .. FruehTra 40 i4 3 .i+ »j ; ' G "'·""' ' ., Gamble Sic 7 22"i+ '.t Gar Wood 13 511-- ?i Garrett , 5 4B -- '·', Gen Am Tran 7 71 -- ; ', ': Gen Bale 13 10 + U Gen Brohz« 2 24 + 1 4 Gen' Cable .'.. 4 4H.;+.14 'G Control* v 4 21 -- ^i 'GnD]rnam.'..'Z' 41 + Hi Gen Bee . 158. 931i+3'.4 GenFdi .; - ·7.119J4 + ·% Gen-Instru- -.",»»" 38',i . 'Gen-Hills'-. ·'·102 27 + 5 ,« ·_ Gen Motors ; 345 4414 + ,!a. GeriPrec, ' 31 59y,+«i GenPub'.TJt W.J0J1.+ Si' Gen Ry Si« 3 3«li+ 14 GenHefrac 30 25?4+ "/· GTelS am 3lVi+ 7 ,i .GenTire 41 6354+2 .,Cra-yac ; cp - .,32 jtay, ·· ,A .'Getty 011 .-''»", H9i+ £ ';Gniett«, . ' ' " · W--TO54+ ?4 Girnbel.- C ' '' "S-St}4'. ' -' GleftAld eb 1854- V« Glidden. 14"-'3«y«+ 14 GoebelBt '. 5 2V»- '/t Goodrich 17 ·»»,,- =i Goodyear 44 SB 3 ,!-- 14 Grace i Co" 17.391',+ V, GrahPalie S3 2 . · Gran C Stl 135 3714+214 -GtAP 28 '37^- li -GtN. Ire Ore, 5 301;i .GtNoKy ·« 44'' + i Gt Wests 11 .27i.. Greyhound '12 22}i-- li GuKMobtO 5 25!i- li G u l ' O U . 156 29 +lli Gu«tln Bac 14 331i+ i H Halliburum SB 3814+ y,- HarbWalk . 16 4814 + 114 Harris Int 30 86 +1 Heller 9 44=1 HercPdr Jl O9',i + l Hertz 42 58 +lli HeydenNpt 114 21%+ % Hilton Hot 14 3514-% Hoff Elect 38 23li- 'i Holland F 3 1114- li Holly Su* 11 23%- % Homestlt 4 38!i- % HonoluOil 3S « +!'., Hooker Ch 17 32 ] ,S+ '/, Housch Fin 48 3014 Houst L i P 10 7914 + li Ho we Snd 52 16%+ i Hud Bay M 5 48% + 1% Hupp Cp 28 91i 1 Idaho Pw 1 51 ', - 14 Ideal Cem 13 38%+ % niCent 48 38% + 1% IllPw 8 'S2 + a ,i IndustRay M li»i I 4 Inc Rand 15 80 H 1 Inland Stl si 43 -t 114 Iniplr Cop 8 3514 + % Interlafc Ir 21 27% + li IntBulMch 49 524 +13i Int Harv -. 78 43!i+ % Int Miner'. A4 3314 ·!- 14 Int Nick 43 38- - % · ·lntP«p«r 47 106 +414 Int Shot 2 33%- '.',, IntSUver 5 481i+Hi IntTelfcTe] 26* 431i- % lnteretrStr 3 J6 - % Iowa PL 3 34%- !i J Johns Man (0 11 Joncsi-L 250 70% + 2% · Joy M/f 36 34% + % K Kaiser Ay 38 471, K a n C P L 3 55% Ran O Sou 3 7314 + 14 Kan PL 3 36',i + % Kennccott 22 76',4-f 114 Kern C Ld 14 4914 4- !4 KerrMeGee 22 4314+ ',4 Kimb Clk 34 79 - li KrcSKC. SS 20 30% Kress. SH 23 20% + % Kroger 37 3214+ 14 L Lear 282 19%+ li LehlKh CiN 11 1 0 % + % Leh Port C " 27 2714 Leh Val HR 9 J%-- li Lehman 24 25%- 11 LernerStr 15 25%- li LOF Glass 80 52% + 1'i Lib McNL 34 9% LijtK i My 12 79%+ ',', Lily Tulip 43 55%+ li Litton Ind 4« M +1% LockhAlrc M 21%+ % Loew'sThea 140 17%+ li Lone S Cem 42 2514 + 114 Lone S Gsi 31 37 Long M U 14 35^,4 + % Lorlllard 66 3614+ % Lou Nash 8 64'.4+114 Lowenrteln 3 17%+ li Lukcns Stl 80 7314 +3% M MackTrk- It 40 + % Macy 8 41 + li- MaitmaCop 28 37%+ 14 Magnavox 42 51%-- li MaracOil 18 4%- % Marsh Field 11 5I%-- ill Martin Co 25 42%+ 11 May D Str 18 49%-f % Maytae 9 36% McCall 16 37% 4 11 -McCroMcL 4 1314+ ·% McDon Air 38 21 %-- 14 McGraw Ed 9 38%-- % Mclntyrc 2 25%+ 14 Mead Cp 21 33% Merck 3(1 »3%-- 1% MerrCh » S3 .14 MestaMch 5 8214+ % Metro GM 22 28%-- ', Miami Cop 15 75%+ % MddleSUt xd21 2914+ li MplsHon 12 170 --1 Mpl *StL 19 2814+ % Minn MiM 220 21914-- i lUtinri 1UTMW7 M TK'. -- 11'. Minute M 79 21%+ ',! Mission Cp » 2S%+ 'i Mission Dev 14 17 + % Mo Kan Tex 8 4%+ 14 Mo Pac A 9 40 * '., MontDTJt 5 28%+ % Monter Oil 78 »", + li Mont Ward 54 43%+ % Mot Prod 12 22% + 1 Mot Wheel 3 15% -i- % Motorola 1517814 + 1% Motorola WI 17 Sl%-- % Munsingw 1 37 N NAFICp 888 47%-- % Nat Airlln 20 12% + % Nat Aviat xd 9 26% NatBisc 14 *l'.i+ % NalCashH 57 88% - % Nat City 2 27%+ % Nat Dairy 18 53% · % Nat Distill 39 »%- % NatGvps 8 55' 3 - 14 Nat Lead 25 93% + !% Nat Steel 157 79 ' 4 Nat Tea 22 1SU Vat Thea *T » T, i Salts Clo» Chf* No Am Av 31 36%- % NorCentral 1.40 6Hi- % Nor Pac 35 41 -r % NorStaPw 10 27',,- ·% 1 Northrop S4 S3%4 % j Nwst Airlin 11 19%- 'i ! o I Ohio Edis 19 S3 3 . 4 'i Ohio Oil 19 32i+ % O k l a N G a s 12 77% 4 % OlinMath 45 44% + 1% Oliver Cp 251 1S7.+ 14 OtisElCV: 24 4S -lit Outb Mar 4« '29 r % Owens Cnf 30 111%-114 Owens Dl Gl 7 102%- % P P a c G E l S2 61%- '4 PacLtK » 48%+ li PacTicT 14 »».',+ % Pac TJ.-T pf 1 .00 135 5 1% Pac Tin . 8 5% Pan A W ; Alr ,358 1914 + Hi Param Pici ·' · 8 42 + li ParkeDa 37 47%- 'i Park Hut- I -2414 +- 44 patinoMin' . ;S 21i ; · PennDix - 17 27% - % Penney.JC a 13014+1. Penney wi 16 44 4 li Penntalt ,12 26T.+ ',4 .PaKR " 56 13%+ % Peoples Gas 4 8114- % Pepsi Cola 24 44%+ % Petrol CP 10 13% + - % Pfizer 248 .31%+ % PhclpsD 26 4C%-+' %; Phil Hdg , 10. 36 + 14 Philco ^ ' 62" 32 - li Philip Mar 46V-8«"-+-lVi .PhJUPet.,' 75 43',i V, Pillsbury,.",. ,10 .3314-. Ib ·Pitney Bow ' ' »7 '-i39',i + % Pit Plate G 23 63 4 2% Pit Steel- 19 ·1614 + 1% PittstonCo 9 54',i Polaroid r 14 244 + % ProcttG . 19 113 + It ,3?ub Sv Colo . .' S '.;54i,i*+ »,' - Pub Sv KkG 45 ' 3!%+ ; % Pub 5v Ind 30 44. + 14 :· Publick Ind M '.10-li - . ' Pullman 15 72%- % Pullman wi, 3 38% + 1 1 Pure Oil 80 30 +1% ". '· . ' ' . '« "- ' ; RCA 45 74%- 14 Rayonier 112 18 + % lUytnepn 54 40%-: y, Relian'ia 18. 6Oli' ; Repub Av 34 2«% ' RcpubStl 147 65% +2% Kevere C 3 4«4 Hevlori ,xd!3 88 + ·% .Rex Drug '34 50%+ % HeynMet 27 se^i + l'i HeyTob «9 6B +1% RheemMf 21 2131--% Khodesinn 18 Hi-- % Richfield Oil 4 74 + li Rob Fulton . 7 4S -- % Rock Std 7 33',i+ li Rohr'Airc ' ' 4 14%+ % Royal Out 1U S8%+Pi Royal McB .14 18%. Ruberoid 1 3714 + 14 RyanAera 17 21 %-- % S Safeway St H 37%-- % StJosYiP 1 33 StLSanF 11 17%+ 'i St Reg Pap 21 40 + 'i SanDleiroG 3 27%+ % SavArms i 15% Schenley 44 23% Scherinit 22 73%+ 'i Schidt 8 - 1 1 -- % Scott Pap 49 87%+ % ScrewAtBolt 3 6% Scab ALAR 13 37144 '4 Srab linan 5 Z2% i U Sears Ro«b » 5314 . Serv.l 27 14% J- % Sha«nO*G 13 32%+ % Sharon Stl 4 34% + 1% Shell Oil 42 35% + 2% Shell Tran 41 2C%+ ,% Simmons 7 44%-; 1% Sinclair 49 .17%+ *i SkeliyOil 29 39% +1% Smith, AO 30 77%+ % Smith KF 5 5914+ % Socony . 14» .W14+ % So Am G*P 21 . 5 - li So Car EG- 9- 42%-- % So PR Su* 3 I5'.i+i Sou Cal Edis 8 56%+ % Southern Co 31 48% + % Sou Pac Jfl 19% v '4 SouRy 10 46% + % SwcstPS 84 2514+ % Sparton Cp 3 B 1 /, + % Spcn Chem 5 72 -- 1 4 Sperry Bd 63 23%- 14 Spiegel 107 38%+ % Square D 20 324. + % Std Brand 8 42% Std Oil Cal 59 41%+ % Std Oil Ind 54 38 +114 Std Oil N.1 344 42% + 1 14 Std Oil Oh 8 45%+ % Stand Pku 9 29%+ % Stan war 19 28%- 14 StauffCh 51 58 +1 SterlDrug J4 5814+ 14 Stevens JP 37 27% +1% Stew War X 32%+ % Stoke Van C 4 14%+ li Stoncw 4 51%+ % Stud Pack 53 9%+ % Sunbenm 6 5314 -- 1% Sum-ay JO 21 14 SunahMn 9 5%+ li Sweets Co 1 28%- % SwUML'Co 28 45% + 'i Tenn Cp xd44 40% ! 1% Tenn Gas 31 33% Term Gns WI 3 22% 4 % Texaro , 77 86% + 1% Tex G Tran 3 33 - % Tex G Prod 53 J*% Tex G Sul 36 16% Tex Ins 30238%- li TexPCO 8 23%+ % Tex Util 6 80 Textron 41 20% + % Thatch Gl 4 31%+ % .Thlokol 73 40%+ 14 Thomp RW 10 8414 TidewatOil 33 17% + % Tide OH pf 2 22 Timk R Bear 10 59% + % Toledo Ed 19 17%+ li Trane Co. 6 6814- % Transamcr 51 2%-*- % Transltron 54 48%+ % Tri Cont 82 34% + li Truax Tra 8 27 Twent Cen 88 3714--1% U Un Bag CP 23 35% +114 'TJn Carbide 38137 +1% Un Oil Cal 21 36%+ % Un Psc 58 25% + li Un Tank C 20 30% + % Unit Air Lin 23 31%+ % Unit Airc 109 36% + 1 Am Petl\){ A 2 5% ' % i Ark F Oil 1 37% Ark-La -Gai ......... -58 3J% ·» . % J Banff Oil 15 1 1 1 * Barker Bros 1 6% i ·« Barnes Ens ..". 46 49% - '. : Br. Am Oil 8 aw, i '» Br. .Petro , «3 7 I 16 » Bun'k Hill 2 9% T % : Ca! "El Pw 6 18% i '» : Can So Pel 41 3 1 Cdn Marc » 5% - % ; Cenco 1ml ... 11 42% -- % Chrtntiaun Oil- . 3 1 3% Clar' Cp 25 S'i - % ; Con MnR 3 18% r '« Crane Carrier ] 2 » 2 ' s Desilu. Prod , 3 11% DOUK Oil 22 9 - % : DuMoni 1-ab 43 9% « ; DuVal! Sul 3 29% -- ', , Dynam Am . , , . , . , . . 42 n" s El Bond i S 70 23 -- '» Equily Cp 96 3% Eureka Cp 11 7/32 - 1 . 3 2 1 Fairch Cam 33163% + Hi | Fargo Oils 49 3% -1 16 Felmont Petro 4 5 Flying Tiger ...... . . , . 5 9J» -t '.i Giannini Cont ... ' 9 53% ^ '% · Giant Yel 17 9 . ·- '4 Guild Films 10 1 % . ,, : i Hecla Min 1 7% - % Hoffman Ind 4 1% ; Home Oil A 13 8% i l - ' i e i Home OH B .^, 13 7 13/16 j ,Hydro-Met 57 33'.j - ' " , « ! ·Imp. Oil . · 5 32 + 'i, Ins. Co. of N.A, .... 5.50 126 - - -14 Int Resist ,.,,..231 37% + 3 » Kaiser Ind ;'.. 30 11 + '4 Klrbr Petro 4 -2 Mead Johnson 19104 -- '. Mcnasco' 13' 5% -- 'i Mesabi Iron .....'....: 12 71 i- 1% Molybden .-, 27 48% + 1 Mtn, St TT ,.. 2.50-193% + li N. J. "Zinc.- I . . . . 17 24% + ',«· N Mex Ar -·. 8 9% Ogden CP -43 22% + % Pac Pet Ltd 31 9 5 / 1 8 +3/1.6 Pancoast Pet .-....-.. 23 1% Phoenix Steel 9 10% + »4 · Prest . E D 3 3% Reeves Snd 28 8% -- '1 Royal Oil 8 7 Sapphire Pet 17 !i . . Scurry Rain 11 5% Shat Denn . .'. 3 7',i Sherwin-Wms 4 10714 · + 1'i Silver Creek Prec. ... 38 1% . Singer MS 48 88 ' + 214 Sonotone ' '...'. 10 13% ·+ "% Syntex Cp 21 38.',i -- !'/· Technico 5 714 - % Tri Cont wt 7 23% : + % Unexcell Ch 54 26 + 14- United Cinso OG ... 7 15/18 US Air Cond 4 3% -- " 'i Waltham ' Prec 35 2% Webb tc Knapp 116 1% .+ .% Wilson Bros 2 20% -- % UVESTOCK PHOENIX, June 8. W-- Cattle: Trade late last week and on weekend slow, steady to quarter lower. Three loads 90 per cent choice 960 Ib. slaughter steers 28.00; one load 70 per'cent choice 1,050 Ib. 28.50; orle loud good with 10 per cent choice end 05C Ibs. 25.75; two loads standard !5t, Ibs. 22.00; one load 99 per cent or more choice. 800 Ib. heifers 26.50. KANSAS CITY, June « (/P) -- Cattle 10.500; calves 450; weak to 50 lower; K»d and choice 1060-1250 Ibs. »teera 23.50-Z6.00; heifers 22.SO-38.00; cowl IS. 50-17.50; canners and cutters 11.5075; good and choice vcalers 23.00-27,00; cood and choice 500-780 Ib. itocker and feeder steers 24.00-27.50; itocker steer calves 28.50-30.00, Hoes 6.000; fully steady to 25 higher; No. 1-3 grades 190-230 Ib. barrows and gilts 16.75-17.00; No. 1-3 190-250 Ibs. 10.25-75; No. 1-3 grade 250-270 Ibs. 18.0075; 280-300 lb«. ,15;!0rl6.00; »ws No. 1-3 300-400 Ibs. 13.75-15.00; No. 2-3 400-550 Ibs. sows 13.00-14.00. Sheep 1,800; steady; choice and prime .spring slaughter lambs 23.25-50; moil choice W-100 Ib«. 22.00-23.00; good and choice 21.00-50; ewes 3.00-5.00. .LOS ANGELES, June « MP- (FSMN) --Summary feed lot and range a*le» for week ending June 3, 1980. Los An- Cattle: slaughter siecrs and heifers steady to weak; sales F.O.B. lot, 5 pet. shrink, delivery now through July included load choice 925 Ib. steers 27.75; bulk' average good to average choice 825-1.150 Ib. 25.50-27.00; mostly choice 800-923 Ib. heifers 2ff.25-26.SO. High ^»od ·nd choice 860-B60 -Ib. steers dressed basis, delivery planned, 43.00-44.50. choice helien 43.00-44.00. Stockers and feeders steady to 50 cents lower; salei F.O.B., 3 pet. shrink, immediate delivery. Included: good and choice 575700 Ib. steers at 24.50-25.65, heifers 550850 ita. 22.00-24.00. Sheep; all lambs coming from other «rca. of state, bulk choice and prime wopled and shorn slaughter lambs 31. 00-22. 25, few loads to 23.00. GRAIN CHICAGO, June , 8 -- («·)-- Corn futures held thin gnins but other grains and soybeans were on the weak side Board of Trade. Dealings were 'meager *|| around with no signs anywhci'e of a rally to halt the slow downward trend of the past several days. The scattered support for corn was fall over the weekend in much of the mldwesf. Wheat closed li cent » bushel lower to % higher. July ·»1.84%-!i; corn % lower to 14 higher, J u l y $I.20%-20: oats 14 higher to 14 lower. July 70%-%; rye % to % lower, July $1.2214; soybeans unchanged to % lower, July *2.14%-%. CHICAGO. June 6 -- if/Open High Low Clow WHEAT July ... 1.84%-% 1.84% J.84% ].M%-!4 Sep ... 1.87% 1.87% 1.87% 1.87% Dec ... 1.93%-93 1.93% 1.97% 1.92% Mar ... 1.96% 1.98% 1.95% 1.96% May .. l.«5% l.K 1.951i 1.9S% CORN-July ... 1.20Vt-20 1.20% 1.19% 1.2Q!i-JO Sep ... 1.18% 1.19% 1.18% 1.19-18% Msr .1. 1.15% 1.18% 1.15% 1.16% OATS- Julv :711'. 71J- 7ft'-, 703 u -i; i uiiwso-iea! icijii BANKS m-.^, , r.;. A Nogales, Sonora man, Francisco P. Gonzales, was B«M* of Am'ii.-* »». ... "p, ^u"' '···I*-'* "*'V * v" . . ,. ,, _.. . . -- . . . Hunk oC Ioiiuln» *1 (10 37^ «('. sentenced today ui U. S. District Court to eight-years in H.OV of rho««ix * *', ,,,,,,,,,,. ^ ,. . prison for illegally importin of marijuana into the United Gonzales, who pleaded g dieted by a federal prand jury ' Mar. 16. The 42-year-old "man was ' arrested May 10. E ; In other action. Judge J a m e s . A. Walsh sentenced two Phoenix J youths to indeterminate periods of imprisonment under the Youth Correction Act. Sentenced were Klaxim F. Musick; 18, and William P, Sears, 19. · . A federal jury found the two guilty of smuggling more than nine pounds of marijuana into the United States at Nogales last Mar. '13. Salvador Trevizo, 20^ of Porta- Ifts, N. rVS., also was sentenced under the Youth Correction Act j to an indeterminate period. He Ten Persons Injured In Collision Ten persons, »mong them seven children, were injured yesterday in a headon collision of a truck and car on Silverbell road, sheriff's deputies report. None of the injured are in serious condition. Two of 'the seven children are 4-month-old Jesus Fimbres, and 6-month-old Raul Valdez. ' Alberto Fimbres, 25,- of '1445 N. Hualpai, driver ' o f the car involved, is in satisfactory condition at St. Mary's' Hospital. His passengers Jesus fibres, ' Raul Valdez, Richard .Valdez; 7, Olivia Valdez,\8, and Joseph Valdez, 13, suffered slight injury and 'are also in satisfactory condition. Mrs. Dora Fimbres, 'also a pas 1 , senger in the car, was treated at County Hospital and released. Two other Fimbres children, Lucy and Frank, were also treated and released. Driver of the flat-bed truck,. Walter Edward. Maxam, 30, of Box 98, Silverbell .Rd., was, X-rayed for .possible stomach in-, juries, . Deputy Mike Vale.nzuela, who made the preliminary investigation, said the -accident took place on .a curve on the dirt, road which. Maxam's truck '.'took wide." No citations were issued. All driver Alberto Fimbres re-, members was "a big dust disturbance in the road." Passersby gave the injured first aid u n t i l . three ambulance* were summoned to the . scene ol the accident. ^ Ticker Late As Market Goes Higher NPW. YORtf 1» -Th* c*7w*V market clccad higher today in heavy trading accompanied by -a late ticker tape. Steels paced « strong rally. : Prices near the close included: National Steel up 4 at 79; Youngstown Sheet up' 5% at 108 3 4; U. S. Steel up }% at 83%; Jones Laughlin up 2'^ at 70%; Chrysler up 2% at 45%; -General Motors up '/ 2 at 44%; Baltimore! Ohin nn 17/ a r 113/- NjA/ Vnrlr Central up 1% at 24; Standard Oil (New Jersey) up 1% at 42%; Texaco up 1*4 at . 66%; Union Carbide up P/g at 136'/ 2 ; Eastman Kodak up 1% at 120^; General Electric up ,1% at 92; and American Tobacco up 1|4 at 56%. Philip May Go To Russia In '61 LONDON --UPI-- Prince Philip may break a 43-year-old roya tradition and go to Moscow, it was reported yesterday. The Sunday Pictorial said Queen Elizabeth's husband .may go to the Soviet Union next May to open the British exhibition in Moscow. UnitBisc · 36 34%+ % 'Sep ..: ".71%-% :7i% ; 7 0% :703j-%i " " " ' " i i o e r u i . u i e oriuHi royai, ^Unit Carbon 4 57%+ % I DM 7 741-. 7.1^ n^ familv has set foot inside Russia Unit Fruit 70 24U- % UnGasCp 44 »'/, + % Unit Ind pf 35 8 - 11 Unit MAM 40 16% US Borax 13 38 + ir US For S !2 36%+ 14 US Freight 22 S8% + lV, US Gypsum SO 110 +2% USRuh * S7%- % US Smelt 4 » US Steel 101 I4»i»z% Un Whclan 14 9%+ 11 UtahPL 4 3« V VanadCp 33 22% + 1% VaCsroCh 18 25 +114 Vulcan Mat 9 K.% W Walker. H 24 37% Wawlorth S3 10% -1 WamBPk 31 4414- '» WessOS 21 4514-- % W Ky Coal 4 13%-- % WPenn El 13 :»%+ % West Air L 41 21 -- % We*tMary 32 33 + % West Pac IS l«li+ % WestUnTe 118 S - % Westlf A Bk 40 28%^ % West^ES 101 61 + % Wheel SU 54 Sl'i + 3% White Mot 18 48% + 1% White Sew 4 9%-- % WilsonCo » 35X4--1 'i Winn Dixie 11 51 Wise El Pw 19 37%+ 14 Woolworth 18 B'4- 14 Mar, .. .7514 .75% .7514 .75% RYE-July : ... 1.221i-% -f.2K, 122% 1.22',, Sep ... 1.23%-% 1.231, 1.23% 1.23% Dec ... I.2Hi-% 1JP 1.25'i, 1.2S'. 2 -% Mar ...1.27% .1.27% 1.27% 1.27% May ... 1.27% 1.28'i 1.27% 1.28% SOYBEANS-July ... 2.14%-V, 2.14% 2.14% 2.14%-% ' Sep ... 2.11%-H 2.11% 2.10% 2.11 '· Nov ...2.091,-% 2.09% 2.09% 2.09' a -% ' Jan. . .. 2.13% 2.13?} 2.13% 2.13% Mar '.2.16% 2.16'i 2.16% 2.16% LARD (drums) July ... 9.95 B.9S 9.87 9.87 Sep ...10.27 10.30 10.25 10.25 'Oct . .10.42 10.42 1032 10.32 Nov . 10.32 Ask : DRYGOODS NEW YORK, Jun* 6. (flv- Light selling of print cloths and other constructions was reported in the cotton textile market today. Prices h«ld unchanged. There wa« no Improvement in the flow rate of wooi goods business. Prices were firm at Australian wool auctions. In the synowaic goods m*rk* some sales of acetate uffetM and satins were noted for second «uart*r K- jivery. Natomas 11 S'w wcvnhinirton 8 SP.4 + 1% ^i^vrmi^vmT S«"in?B * JS 4 * 1 .- Wri " ey ' Wi ~ ·'· TOTTflN Newmont rt B2'4 J '4 NYChfcSL 1S3 38% - % ' wvsTr*'Fr»Tr -i f, . i. wyam wor 1 9 + % Y Y»le*Tow 17 31% fngft. Sh*T 89 109 - .Vi Yrterst S I 3 »i-- % UmerBl' » «4- ^ j }Tta W Pw » SS T % ; Z *mwrl*ia tl ti% i WorfAWert 8 W'« , Z*wthlUd SO H* -- '.» Do you read Molly May! ield? NEW YORK. Jtrn* *. Ifi -- Cotton fn- ttrrw wen rvWher tn of/!« Onlrnff today. Light WcrmdMion was offset hy miTl '·UJU focal Dtryrnv. Cuiijynis'fon nvAiMA were on fco* Mn of th» m»rVet. Uft» afternoon vnee* tf eTe orKhwnmo' tO ^O tHrVrw W DWfe IlfglWl Qtiiit "WfH ·prtvloat oriWf Jcfly 39.87, OrtoWr ST.OT «n« »«. JI.T«, since the 1917 Bolshevik, revolution. Gifts Link Friends Tfn»^'.. l\Ixv-,«_ Aif~« Who ve Iiever Met MEMPHIS, Tenn.-- UP!-- Holton C. Rush has received 32 beautiful wooden bowls from J. W. Wheeler of Seattle during the past Their long . distance friendship began through 'mutual interest in woods. Rush edited a lumber magazine, and Wheeler, 85, made bowls from rare woods as a hobby. Wheeler's bowls have gone to such figures as Sir Winston Churchill and Herbert Hoover. Til . ; An Arizona Owned Orpwatwn Offering A Completely Diversified EqripfiMrt .Leva** Service 1T«ratr|jh«Mt The State, Hi It. Mk Aw TteMM, Arte. g approximately 12 pounds:?" States. Ire uiky to the charges, was in- , U _ . . . lr had been charged with driving a : sr stolen car from Portales to S«f- s1 ford on Mar. 24. ' Mf FTIT A T ; H. J j l U l U A L JJ; FUNDS J NEW YO1UC. M»- 17 ,S',-..Nallon'»l : N ASS.R. o( Scrurltlcf flr«lii-. Inc , K" Bid Asked T1 AberdMn Kund 5.1^ 3.j; ' U Affiliated Fund 1.33 7,m ;· Am Businpss Slira 4.07 *,3!V Am Inv Fd u o n v a l l n D I c A Am Mutual JTund 1".M »,39 A Atom Dcy Mutu»l .; ,V3l i.w , Ax* Houjlhlon Pd A" 3.H S.M ; A Boston F u n d , ..,,... «nnv»llahl». jj Brond Street Iiu-pst unavallablr A Bullock Fund .-. . u n u v n l l t i h l r ; . Cimndii Qcn Fund l.S.81. 13.03 A Cnnsdlan Fund 1.1.96 17.3" i v Cdn Int Growth 8.55 10.4J i A Century Shrj Trust 8'73 i).« . Chemical Fund 11.31 19.9] i . Colonial Fncrgy 11. 67 1J.1J ., Colonial Fund 10.10 11.04 i o Comwlth Incomi 8.6U 9.4S ,, Comwlth Jnvestnicnt u.a? io.a H Comwlth Slk Fund 1548 Ml.ia R Cont Invett Truit ........ .. 17.50 Ifi.tXI c Delaware F u n d . xd 11, H 13.23 c dc Vegh Invest' 15. R5 I5.B1 c do Vegh Mut -Fund . S3.13 JS.59 ! ^ Divers. Growth Stk xd D.IIS 10/S5 F :Dlvers Invest Fund n.57 D.3I1 p. Dividend' 'Sharei« : . . .' 2.RB 3.H ) ^ Drcylus Fund ... .1 H.(H 15J11 ,1 Eaton A How Bal 10.SIB 11.72'!,; Eaton How Stic 11.75 12.5B I J r Electronics Invest 7 fifi R.37 ^ 'Fldcllt.v Fund .' '. IS.'ll Ifi.Vi 1 L F. J. F. .2« 4.M L Founders Mut Fund 10,5!) 11.51 : j Funflnmenlal Invert :. 9.04 . 9.91 ' J Group Sec AvU-Xl 8.J9 10.111 i ^ Group S«c Chemical 1212 I3.H3 p Group S*c Corrt Slock :.... I1.R2 IJ.SA p Group. Sec Petrol v . .,,,... 8.59 . 9.3fl p Hamll Fd HC7 4-OZ 5.M i p 'Haniil Fd HDA · . . . , . . 4.BZ no n Income Found Fund 1.SO 2.H" .i A Income Fund Boston -- xd 7.M 8 04 | s ·Incorporated Income' '. SUW *·" j n Incorp Inveltors IMS »-l8 [ Initll. Bank Fund no no s In«tit Found Fund 10 3« 11.31 T Insdt Growth Fund 11. 00 12.03 T 'Instlt ,tncome Fund 6.27 B.86 ^ Initlt Insur Fund no no t Investment Co A m u r S.iH) 10.W .\j Kcvstono Cust K 1 ».'l '82 v Keystone Cust S 2 " 11.3* 12.38 v Keystone Cust S 3 ..; 13.Z1 14.4(1 , v Kevstone Cufl 5 f U.IS M.3S v Keystone Fund Can 13.24 14.32: Knickerbocker Fund 5.91 «.4fl Knickerbocfc Grth 6.54 7.38 tLoomU Say Mutual 14. BO 14.00 ' Man investors Tnlst . . . . . . 12.117 13.90 C M»ti Investori Growth . . . . 14. da 15.M C Mutual Trust ! . . . . : . . . . 3.1H a.4« « Natl Inv«tprt n.32 16.48 i Nat Sec Scr Balan 10.24 I I . In i Nat Sec.Ser Dlv 3." «.9« ·£ Nat-S«c Scr.Prel.Slk .... 7 IH H.3.1 I N»t Sec Scr Income s.711 ff33 1 Nat Sec Sir StocK ..; 1.IW -. «-3» j N«t Sec S«r Growth 800 9.n4 · One Wm St I"-" '13.51 = Pioneer Fund '....'... 8.51 3.M Price. TR Growth 1380 13.0* Putnam Geo Fund U.3« U.«l ^ Putnam Grth Fd 13-33 14,49 1 IScudder St * Clark 18.S9 11.23 J tScud St * Ck Com Slk .. 11.7* 9.20 J Selected Am Shirei i H.OO ».1* State Street Inveil 35.00 371)0 Telev E1«A Fund · »·!* I." 7 v A ' -xd 1M5 1033 Unit Accum Fund 12--' "·" Unit Cont Fund «.»3 7 57 Unit Uicom. Fund 10.59 11,51 Unit Science Fund I 4 - 3 * 13 73 Unit Fund Can.d. . H M H.ll Value Line Income Fd .... ».21 5-" Value Line Spl Bit 3-3» ' »'TM Wellington Turn) «·» "f .Whitehall Fund »·» »·?* WlKonsln. Fund ^O' "·" Quotation, furnished b y . National As- »clatlon ol Sccuritlc» Dcnlefj. Inc. which Jtates they do not n e c e s w r l y reflect actual transactions or firm bld« or oHcrs but should Ipdlcate approxl- m*tc Prices, and unlesn otherwl«. indicated; are as quoted by the sponsors or iMuers. _ . i tNet »M*t value. Advertisement GOLD COINS For Profitable Safe Investment Thev make *ood «»» "«. Buv «nx amount, »8.7S to »IO.OOO. I Import U.S. K. »10. «0 * EnKllsh * Swi»n GOLpj COINS for delivery (at wholesale' prices i to your bank be/or* you pay. . Tor d,TUll» write: Loyd Parker. 4*W Austin. Houtton 4. Texa«. l^cSHETNl | Aid ASSOCIATES J| 1 ^1 t l ^ af ^1» I l l E i ' " US'!;. CONGRESS ' · * I 1 1 tv " / 1 .1 Cl 1 I ; M»nuf»ctnn!ri of Kn« Jewelry sine* W» i A man accused of raiding ihc . .. n k o f T u w o n 31 w ' i n ' i M M A ..T. - n i i / i m a IM:, ( . (||n , X|) . ()f , ( ^^ m ^ n ^ , lBgfmiJPWWV]|1MI^ r£TM'\r» "' "i* »· T""' °' " H " **? Pi ' kl ' C " chcr * in a '«»'")HHI(- pt,. a ,lrd K i i i l t v S a t ! ^ i fiTll ·· 1 Fl [QU^ m, ni. cU $iw .,".; u«.; thl ' " lltl0 " n m l s P (1| » tlfi milri ' P l ' r unlHV in Citv Court to a " p e t t y ' ^MnMTMTriiiBH N.ii. ciiv N.Y S3 no ·;(!', mn ! person lor public rilucatinn ilinn | nrr ,. n y chnrrc ^^^^·iTT;Jlli j)JI|y^^^J . i n j V ' N v ' 'ii'w «'* "il'J nmt olhor st «"' s TM bi " *' s«iH h M ; ,,«- ij Ku.t'lnh V Gan,f () |». 25. MM|M|MMB| iigun Guai s v ».iso w\ ict' 3 "' s ; x l h n):liesl i l l i t t - r n c y ntti- o( ( ; (K .· ^ l l v t l | l l | ( | G n r n f o l a ml^yiC^^^f^fLfMjfja ·£££$:«·? E: "V";;::^,,.,, ,, ,,,,, .. . - ~* · · · "°» "·» - - ffffiBfffB iMCi.BAMrir rfMi»Mir« Il0 " al Hlilicalitm Assn - slum ' s lla Arrcslwl with him was Rolnnil ; ·^·77,1^'^ 1 14i · INSURANCE COMPANIES i avi-rajie teacher's salary in Ari- ; v. 'hillips. 21. of the snmc ad- i ,^^MMMMUilMI^I n 'n i i"ci i i in u ' in "»·'' i" JS 4K.1. i h r n i n t h h i i h p s l r l m c P K i l h f . t nl.,n,l,..l ; nn ,^^ nn i i ^^^^ffJtiiilftUiUU^itM^^^^f unltlln l.lfc Jl SO H'i is r rtford Flr« »1.SO «!', -is ; jmf ln» N . Y . »S.«) M 6(M, i fffrson Sid. l.Hr * «'i W 40'» · a iryUnd C»». $1.SO 331, M% ' , ill. Utt k a«» I'hx, Ji, 21. | curtly Tlllf In » -SO I'.". '« i c llf Ins. Tr. L..A. II. W) «!'.. «'.. a S. Ute M', 41^. INDUSTRIALS ' brrison's J 20 . ' f in , nn. Omeni $1.1)0 11 18'« : j- IUT. Kxpr*Sh Jl 20 53 5ti'^ ; ^ mer. M n r y . tl.OO . , 3.1 1 . M'i -It. Lnnct Tlllr A Tr. *3,IX| 41 « i ; dene CurlU J.40 . . . . 1T» Hi".;, ; , n. Invml. of N«»|i J 13/1(1 3'. | ' ntieuirr Busch »l.40 K) :»', / rclen Farm* tl 00 . . . . . . . . . I.V'i !«'. ! ri». Colorfllm 1 l a n r i. Verllllrrr .N) T'j »'.4 ! \ '17. Lflnd . . . : . , . . I 3 it I 1 * nylet.' M n r K c l * K* 1« : | I 11 i 1 nnnm . . . 2 1 j 2i.| | i w n t r r Tupcr »,2(l IP.. «'« | runiwln Dru« »»n, «l'i M i ; ulloi-k'n S1.-10 33 ' 34'i »lrny Dotccry ».« ., (I'i "'' ndn. Sup. Oil "i l"|. niislo. =Trl. ? HO . . . * 1T-J m''n j i-oss Co '!' ;i)l " rtpllmr J 40 . . 13'j H 1 . ·ontt*r AiriincK 1^» 2 '. I n n l Pon. Crm. ».BO !«' in ' rccn Ml. Uran. IOC inc ! ilertl. Mil. Frl. KHi II 12'p : ulser Sttcl J 4 0 M ' l J1 3 » svv tiros. Tucsmi ».» 25 2* ; |ne A l t f c . , B' ? »», onf Slur Slrcl ll*! -'P* a v f n r M n r k c U ........ I 0 l j H 1 ^ ; 1." Fuel Sup. $1.20 »i. IT 1 . ! i-rnl. Cpm. $ 10 21 ' j 33 ; holon "' "'« Icki-r nK l^iir. » 40 v\t 10". nrir Mclnli o( Amor 3 s . 3'. rrowhcnrt A P u r . J (14 M Wi ! cnle SI.* ffil " ' orkwcll M f « . *1.«0 « 34', ose MuHc R«ld ».M I0 ; '« " '" ct « Cnnrly $ no K". "Vi ] T i r i r i v Dn.« »»0 .'. M'« * ' » . t. M. K. INC 14 II*'. i S. Servultrla J.M ··'« l ' ' / i on'« Groccr- -40 I' 1 ' n '" tfcsl. Gold A Urati .4 4 ( Veiilcrn Fund I A I '"· | J « Vtf\. Null.' G»S '. ,.: "'.a I 2 ' ' UTILITIES in Puh. Srrvlce fl.Sft . . . *'·« 4' 1 «|ll. Inl. Tfl. $10 n 14 n l l l . OIT. Pwr. *l.(lfl M "'·· Bill. Pac Ull. * W - · · H* 1 ^ '^1 ·· -nllf. Wamr Serv. tl.JO .... 23!, 34% ·III. Ull. B. VM H'i "'· ; n « Scrvlcr Jl.U 3 ··" nc Pwr. «t U. H.WI · Ml *·. -H 1 · orl. Oen. Eltc. $1.30 ... »'.i : l l ' i u |i S»rv. of N.M. »1.W .. 3* l .» M « icrra Pa-. Pr. J.1.W 40!'. 43 o N t v . Py.-r. fl.05 . . . . 34' i 3n, n Union C.-.K »1.1I M'i M ' rox»« E««t. Tr»n«. 11.40 .... 2»' »·!· ·hrpp SI. N « t . C.«» **'' 3 '« n-ann. C;»s Plp» *1.M TM 3 ] " Veil Co.sl Ttl. *!.» ' " ·ucnon C.n« El 3U .' 3 '!« -It. mil. A 1 4 ' "·« J n l l f d D i l l . »l.40 «!'.'« «J4 ^ep. N»ll. O»s »1 00 *i|i J ' . a LET'S RENT A NEW CAR Tucson A Municipal · ^ Q Airport ^m^/ltS RENT-A-CAR MA 3-2 124 24 HR. MA 3-2 112 SERVICE Sands Office MA 4-7192 Hours 8 to 4 p.m. i i l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l i l l l l l l l l l l l l nil 1 in the nation. In the Tucson ari-n, the hifthcsi : verage teachers' snlaiy was re- Kirit'd liy ilie Amphitheater Dis- rict-- $G,050. Other local nvr - i HI- salaries sro; Tucson District , J5.7H7; Sunnysidc, $5.481; I 7 low- ni; Wi-lls. $5,803. i Avirrajje c.stinintcd siilnrics for , cxi year are cxpocicd to be: 'uctwn District 1, $5,87(1; Sunny-' ide, $5,831; Flowinn Wells. $5,900. 3o fipure is available as vet for ; \mpliitheater District. i California's teachers lead willi 1 in avernse of $6,515. Other stales ! vith higher teacher salorics t h a n '. \rizona are Alaska, New York. ! ^ew Jersey. Connecticul, Michigan. Maryland and Delaware. j Arizona ranks third in per capita ijovi'rnmunial expenditures for niblic education with $128.95. Delaware is first with $137. fol- owed by California with $130.87. Arizona's illiteracy rale -- 6.2 per cent of all residents 14 or ikler -- is topped only by Louisiana, South Carolina. Mississippi. Georgia and New Mexico. A r i - zona's hi?;h rate is attributed In a large transient population. Arizona also has the nation's seventh worst infant mortality rale-- 33.8 deaths per 1,000. Mississippi is high willi 47.4 per ,000. Rhode Island's 21.fi per 1,000 is low. The reporl also stated that Arizona has the shortest school year. Ifi5 days. Mississippi was second wilh Hi8. Illinois, with 18(i, has the longest term, , You Figure ll ()ui BURLINGTON. .Vt; - UPI -One taxpayer senl the i n t e r n a l Revenue service here a (hick envelope containing a blank return, bills and a check. The package was accompanied with a n o 1 e reading: Enclosed find check. You figure oul my taxes. Then either send me a bill for the difference or a refund." 8% Interest ON Registered and Negotiable Firvt Mortgage Bonds Northwest Hospital, Glendalc, Arizona, a non-profit Inst. and privileged to sell throughout U.S. Is still offering * limited number of bonds 8 thru 11 yrs. ' maturity, all other* sold. The denominations are limited. Trust Dept. of our Bank will issue all bonds and Interest payments. Contact Gloria Hale Yellowstone 1-2101 13 S. 2nd Ave. Glendale, Arizona I will be in Tucson often and will contact you by request. i i i i i i i i i i M i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i m i i i i i i i i m i d J I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l ^ 1 STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS 1 = rORPORATION BONDS AND STOCKS = \ ' | 1 MUTUAL I With a quarter of · mil- ^ == -,,, , f lion people in metropoli- % : = --. \^ OOQWcirC ty Un Tocwn, real estate ^ =r ,, t . , , | J n v e f t m e n t f , i*i«ely 0 = Complete Inve | made, can show hand- | = 70 E. ALAMEDA ST. T 1 Sr^S."* 1- ' Telewe' , FUNDS § 1 Zuber -- » 1 ilmcrtt Service = ELEPHONE MA. 3-0301 = FWX811 = 1 i ^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^ ^ /0\*tj*«J^j, · Insurance ^i | \ *v « r 7 l df ^ V y-y _ ilj | |j==aas tftyicf ro iwvinoni tlNCl 1904 "'"" y^-W .1 ^ raL ' i 1MB F tth St · WA 4-8857 f 0 · ' ' 44A "" i M ^Aassac/iusetts \nvestors .; Trust A mutual investment company i which supervises » diversified ; portfolio of investment-quality common stock*. PrertMctvM matf be ofrfanwd from ! J. A. HOGLE * CO. ' So. Arizewa Bank BTdg. . ; IM N. Stone Ave. MA 2-4724 Plewt trfni TM urniw/nt «Afti#mm j^rwi^ee- nw vti M«»xc«rtrrtiTn Twy«Tfl*i T«V«T. , Wmw , f 0 j Seven Things to Consider In Thi5 Market i f · 1. Hove you losses which should be cut imme- 1 diotely? 2. Has o recent purcHase proved disappointing? 3. What ore the facts about the shores? rhe - compony? the industry? '4.- Will it pay you to weed out the weakest 10% of your portfolio? 5. Are there new situations with great promise I o f reosorvably early profits? 6. Should you adjust your balance between stocks and tax-exempts? 7. Get o fresh viewpoinl on your holdings and contemploled purchases. Send for our Con- iidential Investment Inventory Folder in which to outline them for our review and letter of comment. Simply phone, or write to the Mon- D oger. Investors' Serv ce Deportment. 11 .. ' . . - lijI^^^^^H E ^ M U T T O N C O M P A N Y | 1 i y · Members New York Stock Exchange U Pacific Coast Stock Exchange M a nd other teadtng Sectfrity aTH} Commodity m Exchanges It H E . f»ENNW6TON SI\ TUCSON MAm 2-»7I K 37 Offfe-fts T^TOwsJhfrytff the Natfrxn In a cluir^c of aiding and ahi.-i- ' ' tint; thr conimissinn of a (hi-fi. - Cilv ("ourl Irinl was si( for 2 TAAi .m. hily a . . . ICCI - lulwiinl l-rccdmun. opcrnlor of , ^^ the Amphi Orivi'-ln l.iiimdcrcttc. i Is!/ A TU1O suit! he was stnkrrd out in the i I f K R I Ml » cslnhlislinu-nl and saw Garafola 1 ··»»*' | |||^ niuiiipulnlc the coin changer and i · · 1 pocket a q u a n t i t y of change. M III flip 'hillip.s was [dime! in a cur at · m III lllv Hit 1 scene when police arrived. fn · »% 1 Frfcdnian reportod H n o t h e r · Kal Itl A Pill 11 ft /' then from (he machine over the W ||IUl I I I I I t · wet-Item. He said $13.40 was Jl O missing yesterday. ; ^^r^*^^ _rrrm.«..._^ METALS ilJ^H ,^ s-pr; °Z' 8 cC,r» i SBt^^Pl-BP^ i-fii n n lumn.l. Cunnec-tlciit V n l l c v i ^^H7 *§ttBB**F^ ^B,l U ,:rnt» . pound. 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