Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 9, 1968 · Page 9
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SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1968 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE American Exchange Stocks 12/4 11% 9V, 30% \3Vt NEW YORK JAP) - Friday's complete American Stock Exchange prices: S (h"j. Hljh Low ConChJ! AberP*} .07e 11 10% Acme Hamll 14 6W Acm« Prec v S 4Vi Aero Flow .20 -v 11 10'A Aerolet .50a ·; « 23'A Aeronca Inc 34 21 .AerosolT .i»t . 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General Motors ranked sec- d, appearing in 45 funds with he market value at $106 mil- 16 19 25'/4 24% 4% 4% 18'A 14V3 714 4V4 6% 7% -. 4Vi 1 6 6% ... 74 12% 11% 44 16% 14% 39 34% 33% 6'A 5% 10% 74 6 * 22% 22'A 14 5%5 54 125 67% 47% 23 27'/4 37 435/4 " FA 43 _ 15 14 23'/4 4% ran TWA Trl Trla 42% 5% 13% 23 .- 4% 14% U'A 22% 2% 4 8 4 89 45 24 i2 24% ___ 1 SW» SO'/a J 7% X10 23% 17 9'A 7% 27Y4 ?'A 4% f 'A 22% 4- 'A I3'A 19% ... 24% _ V 4 4% -- A 18'A +1 7% + V* 4% ... 6% + 'A 12% -- Vi 14'A - W 33'A -- Vt 5% -- Vt 9% --% 22'A -- Vt 55 --1'A 67% .. 27 + V, 43V. -- 'A SVt +Vt 13% -- % 23'A -- Vt 4% ... 14% -- Vi 23% +VA 2416 -- 'A Stl'A ... 7'A -- V« Oil Co. (New Jer- ion. Standard sey) showed in 42 portfolios at a market value of $97 million. Completing the top 10 were lastman Kodak, Texaco, Gulf Oil, Coca-Cola, Xerox, American Telephone and Ford. The survey reported that col- ege fund managers are continuing to follow a policy of care- Unexcelled union Corp U invejt .70a UnStk Om 1 UiWMrPd .508 UnitAsb ,07a UnltBdC .20s Unit Can OG Unit Fds .80t Unit Imp Inv UnltlndCp wt UnPlece DVe USCerm .07e US Filter US LMS .24 US Nat Gas US Polymer USRadm ,50a US Rltlrv .88 USRedct .40e USRubR .25e UnivCior .09t U Contain .30 Univ Mar .50 UrlsBldo wt Utah Ids .40a ValleyM 1.121 Valspar .30e ValveCp n.30 Varo Inc Ver nitron Vlctoren .41 f Viewlex Vlkoalnc .64f ValronCC .50 Visual Electr Vocallne .20 Voat Mfa 1 VolMerch .20 VTR Inc VulcanCp .40 Wabash .20 Wacknht .34b Wait! 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Grain CHICAGO (AP)-All commodity futures prices advanced on the Chicago Board of Trade. Trade was mixed and active and all facets were on both sides. The general advance was a rare display of uniformity, which traders believed might have been influenced initially by the accelerated buying of gold at international market places. Open Hlsh Low Prevloui Clou Close WHEAT Mar May Jul Sep Dec 1.43'A 1.52 1.53'A 1.56'A 1.61 Vt 1.49'A 1.52'A 7.J4'/4 1.57% 1.62'A 1.17'A 1.21'A 1.25'A 1.271/4 1.27% 1.18% 1.22'/4 1.26 J.ttlA 1.28'A CORN Mar May Jul Sep Dec Mar 69 1.31% 1.32'A OATS Mar May Jul Sep Dec RYE Mar May Jul Sep Dec 1.48'A 1.52 1.53'A 1.56'A 7.41 % 1.17'A 1.21'A 1.25'A 1.27'A 1.27% 1.31'A 1.49'/4 1.52% M3'/« 1.57'/4 1.62'A 1.18% 1.221/4 1.25'A 1.28 1.28'A 1.32'A 80'A 74'A 72'A 71 Vt 74 80% 77 73% nvt T4Vi 80'A 80% 76'A 77 72'A 73% 7l'A 72'A 74 74% 1.22 1.24'A 1.26'A 1.28'A 1.32'A 1.22V4 1,25'A 1.27'A 1.28'A 1.32'A 1.23 1 .24'A . 1.28 1.32'A 1.27'A 1.247A 1.27'A 1.28'A 1.32'A SOYBEANS Mar 2.72'A 2.73 May 2.74% 2.77'/4 ' ' 2.79V4 2.80 2.78'A 2.79'A 2.73% 2.74 2.70'A 2.71'A 2.74'A 2.75'A Jul AUfl Sep Nov J«n 2.72 2.72% 2.74'A 2.76^« 2.79% 2.BO 2.78V4 2.78'A 2.73% 2.73'A 2.70'A 2.71'A 2.74'A 2.75 SOYBEAN OIL Mar 9.01 9.04 May 9.08 9.10 ' ' 9.14 9.14 9.11 9.60 9.01 9.03 Jut Aug Sep Oct D«e Jan 9.17 9.17 9.12 ».02 9.03 9.04 SOYSEAH MEAL Mar 73.60 73.70 May 74.75 74.80 75.75 75.80 75.65 75.80 74.6 74.70 74.05 74.10 Jul Aug Sep Oct Dec Jan CHOICE STEEKJ Apr 27.00 27.17 Jun 26.52 26.60 Aua 76.30 26.42 Oct 26.40 26.50 Dec 24.75 26.12 Feb 26.80 24.90 Apr '49 24.85 27.00 9.00 9.05 9.13 9.14 9.09 9.00 9.00 9.03 73.55 74.JJ 75.40 75.45 74.45 74.05 27.00 2640 24.33 26.45 26.70 26.70 9.04 9.10 9.17 9.14 9.12 9.02 9.03 9.05 73.40 74.44 75.40 75.65 74.65 74.05 73.90 73.90 27.17 24.60 26.42 24.SO 26.82 26.90 1.48 1.52'A 1.53% 1.56% 1.62 1.17'A 1.21% 1.25'A 1.27% 1.27'A 1.31'A 80 76'A 72'A 71% 74 1.22'A 1.24'A 1.24'A 1.28 1 32 2.72'A 2.76'A 2.79V 2.78* 2.73% 2.71 2.74'A 9.60 9.06 9.13 9.13 9.10 8.98 9.01 9.02 73.40 74.70 75.70 75.75 74.70 74.05 73.85 73.85 24.95 26.40 26.30 24.32 26.70 24.75 26.95 27.00 26.15 IBM Stock Still First Choice Of Endowment Funds ful, long-term investing by balancing common holdings with bonds, preferreds, cash and real estate and mortgages. The equity position last June 30 was 57.8 per cent, little changed from 57 per cent a year earlier. Common stock holdings were at 50 per cent, indicating that fund managers are Increasingly turning to quality common stocks as a hedge against growing Inflation. Bonds accounted for 29 per cent of fiscal 1967 assets, compared with 28.9 per cent the previous year. Preferreds at 1.5 per cent, cash at L3 per cent, miscellaneous investments at 2 per cent and real estate and mortgages at 8.4 per cent rounded out the colleges' investments. The endowment funds in the survey ranged in size from Harvard University's more than $1 billion down to $8.9 million for Colorado College. Arizona Bank Reports Record Deposits Gain The Arizona Bank last year posted the largest gain in depos- ts in its history, its annual report for 1967 shows. Assets topped the $300-million mark for the first time and earnings achieved a record high for the fifth consecutive year. Total assets at the end of the year stood at $311,620,566, an increase of $28,460,332. Yearend deposits of $280.7 million represented a $32 million increase over Dec. 31, 1966, a 12.9 per cent gain. February Bank Debits aimbll.9% Spending in the Tucson area, as measured by the bank debits of 43 banks, was up 11.9 per cent during the past month over 1967. The February total of $437,426,000 was $46,548,000 greater than the $390,878,000 posted during February, 1967. For the same period a decade ago, bank debits totaled $166,570,000. John A. Ritchie, manager of the Tucson Clearing House Association, which compiles the statistics, said the increase in bank debits means more checks are being cashed and that the economy is more active. Dividends Pt- Stk. of P*y- Shawmut Assn .65 3-18 4-1 IRREGULAR Prov Fd lor Inc . .37 .. 3-1J 3-29 Hunt Fdsilnd Spc . S-2 5-31 REGULAR Am Hat B8.T, Chi .25 Q 4-1 4-15 Amoskeaj Co 50 Q i3J 3-2 Atlantic Co 15 Q 3-15 4-1 Auto-Soler n Q 3-ig 4.) 8«»,lc Inc 20 Q 3-19 3-30 Berkshire Gas ... .325 Q 3-29 4-15 Bluefleld Supply .. .25 Q 3-23 3-30 Brad Foote GWks .10 . 3-79 4-10 Cont III NatBT .. .25 Q 4-16 . 5-1 Cyclops Corp . . .45 O 3-18 3-30 First Nat Bk, Md .60 Q 3-14 4-1 Garflnckei B B ... .21 Q 3-15 3-30 Heinz, H J 35 Q 3-21 4-10 Hunt FdsSVInd ,17S Q 5-15 5-31 Md ShpbldgD Dk .20 0 3-13 4-1 Redwing Carriers U Q 5-1 5-15 Rlchman Bros ... .615 Q 3-19 4-2 Slmolex Pooer 25 Q 3-15 3-29 Sotncer Gifts 07 Q 4-1 4-19 Brazilian Firm Bids For Liners LONDON (AP) - Cunard Shipping Co. has confirmed that a Brazilian company was in the market to buy the 82,998 -ton liner Queen Elizabeth but declined to give further details. A company spokesman said a Brazilian firm also had bid for the Caronia, the company's 32,474-ton luxury cruise liner. Both ships are to be used as floating hotels -- The Elizabeth in Rio de Janeiro and the Coronia in El Salvador. The spokesman said the Brazilian bid was the latest in series of about 20. Net operating earnings after .axes jumped $123,420 to $1,691,664, up 7.9 per cent. Earnings per share rose 16 cents to $2.18. Dividends amounting to $777,520, or $1 per share, were paid stockholders and $428,000 was added to undivided profits. Loans reached an all-time high, averaging 91.8 million with the greatest gains posted ,n real estate and installment .oans. Business and industry loans were up 2.4 per cent compared to the 14.6 per cent increase in consumer notes and the 17.7 per cent boost in real estate loans. Despite the wide and frequent fluctuation in the prime interest rate, loan income increased $1,844,000 during 1967 and reached $14,002,810. Prices Hiked By Revere NEW YORK (AP) - Revere Copper Brass, Inc., said Fri day at was raising most brass mill products to a level basec on 63 cents a pound of container, copper. The action, effective Thursday, represents an increase o] one cent a pound of copper content. Copper users are paying from 50 cents to 90 cents a pound for copper raw material^ during the long U.S. copper strike. Chase Brass Copper Co., a Kennecott Copper Corp. subsidiary, instituted the 63-cent pricing base last month. Japan To Buy 14 Tons Of Gold In 1968 TOKYO (AP) - The ministry of finance says it plans to purchase 14 tons of gold from the London' gold market this year to offset a shortage of gold in Japan for industrial uses. The ministry estimated the demand for gold this year at about 28 tons of which 18 tons are expected to be supplied from domestic resources. The ministry said it will release 10 of the 14 tons to private industries, retaining the rest as a government reserve. Japan imported 10 tons of gold last year. TSF~T 0.1. fitm U.S. WCArHil IU*IAU . IMA b 30 (·IX »«,,... Qnni In.. E£) Mui'irt rjTj U.S. Weather Forecast Rain and showers are forecast tonight for the area stretching from the central rockles to the Gulf Coast. Snow flurries are expected in Montana and colder weather is forecast in the northern and central Rockies. (AP Wirephoto) NEW FIRST MOOH QUARTER FULL MOON March It April ( March 14 March 31 lighest temp, yesterday 67 ligh temp, year ago 75 High record for date 1957 temp, yesterday low temp, year ago Low record for date 1942 Mean temp, yesterday ... Vlean temp, year ago 57 formal temp, this date 57 tumidity 5 p.m. yesterday ..34 Humidity 5 a.m. today 65 Barometer Ranger 30.03 -- 29.91 Sunrise 6:42 Sunset 6:27 Tucson Skies Saturday, March 1 Sunset lodsy 6:23 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow 6:41 a.m. Moonset tomorrow 4:15 a.m. Full Moon March !·. Pollux 1» ttve bright star seen rearest the moon tonight, and to the right o* Pollux Is Castor. These two start are known as the Twins. Date for 24 hours ending at 5:00 a.m. Saturday March 9,19C8 J4-hr. U-hr. J4-hr. STATION M«K. Mln. Preclp. Albuquerque --59 40 .01 Atlanta 67 42 Billings 51 31 Bismarck 40 29 .16 Boise 51 29 Boston 46 40 Buffalo 47 37 .06 'Calgary 34 25 T Casper, Wyo 47 30 .18 Charlotte 64 44 Chicago 52 40 .34 Cincinnati 64 51 Cleveland 56 44 .17 Denver 57 28 Des Mo'mes 51 41 Detroit 58 39 El Paso 57 45 Fairbanks 33 24 Ft. .Worth 70 59 .5 Indianapolis .... 64 43 .0 Kansas City 74 43 Las Vegas 63 47 .1 Little Rock 75 55 .1 U.S. Plywood Acquires Drexel NEW 'YORK (AP) - U.S. Plywood-Champion Papers Inc. says it is acquiring Drexel Enterprises Inc., a large furniture manufacturer, in a stock exchange valued at $100 million. 5,000 Non-Whites Hired By General Motors In '67 NEW YORK (AP) - General Motors Corp. hired 5,000 nonwhites last.year to bring its total non-white employment in this country to 68,000, according to the company's 59th annual report. Non-whites account for nearly 12 per cent of the company's total employment in the United States, the report said, and 11 are employed in responsible positions." The report said the company employed an average of 406,000 persons on an hourly rate basis during 1967 for a payroll of $3.4 billion. Hourly rates for these employes averaged $4.12 an hour for 39.5 hours per week, or $162.73 per week. Average weekly wages for all manufacturing last year was $114.30, ac- PUBLIC RECORDS MARRIAGE LICENSES Enrique H. Campos, 24, Tucson, and Maria Elena Cel Is Acosta, 15, Tucson. Charles A. Arredondo, 26, Tucson, and Maria Teresa Vasauej, 23, Tucson. Joseph Michael Stokan, 29, Tucson, and Beverly Ann Smlthj 21, Tucson. Honald Joe Blerman, 22, Tucson, and Catherine Irene Bees, 19, Tucson. Herman O. Ross, 21, Lllchfleld, III. and Charlotte Mtrtens, 19, Tucson, Joseph Bernard Pabst, 21, Tucson, and Deborah Jean Lewers, 20, Tucson. Michael Allen Harl, 19, Tucson, and Nancv Jean Glacomazza, 17, Tucson. Terry Ward McCleary, 28, Sierra Vista end Gloria Ann Vargas, 23, Sierra Vista. Frank Elmer Varlo, legal, Tucson, and Phoebe G. Varlo, legal, Tucson. Kenneth Harley Yunt, 20, Tucson, and Cathie Lynn Kenney, 20. Tucson. James Richard Wright. 12, Tucson, and Herlse Brooks, 23, Hosier City, La. Donald R. Parsons, 34, Tucson, and Henrietta A. Unruh, leaa, Tucson. Joseph A. Zlellnskl, 34. Tucson, and Barbara A. Abercromble, 3!, Tucson. Uouls C. Rolo Jr., 21, Tucson, and Ar cell Marln, 20, Sacaton. Richard Clarence Slat, 25, Tucson, and Palrlcla Colleen Jlron, 25, Tucson. Malcolm Daniel Powell, 22, Tucson, and Lvnda Maxlne Joseph, 20, Los Anq^les Call). Garry Mayberry, M, Tucson, and Bon nle Marie Dubocq, 17, Tucson. Ernest Pedro Garcia, 20, Tucson, and Elolsa Bulllmea, 16, Tucson. Charles Obregon Salas, 20. Tucson, and 3krla Barbara Saenz, 19, Tucson, DIVORCE ACTIONS Arthur Hardy vs. Lenora Hardy, de cree. Lucille C. Blegler vs. Lawrence L Blester, decree. Jacqueline Duffy vs. Robert Dully, de Robert G. Phllllppo vs. Marlene K Phllilppo, decree. Georgia H. Pelciar vs. David M. Pel czar, decree. Ophelia M. HIgby vs. Wynn G. Hlgby decree. Cheryl Yvonne Grigsby vs. Calvin Bur ctvrrt Grlgsbv complaint. Horace V. Hernandez vs. Irene Jea nelte Hernandez, complaint. Kalhryn O'Connor vs. Joseph O'Connor complaint. Estella Nobles vs Edward Nobles, com plaint. Jacque Rae Boule vs. Donald Josep Boule Jr.. annulment, complaint, Malorle I. Bowrn vs. Elmer Al!» Bowen, complaint. Wanda June Forbes vs. Robert Cec Forbes, complaint. Mabel B. Howard vs. Eugene Hov;ard complain!. Teresa Hicks vs. Harold J. Hicks, com plaint tor separation Irom bed and boar or separate maintenance. Terry Lynn Bavtess vs. Charles Russe Bayless, s-paralion Irom bed and boar complaint, . . , , Mary Louhe Lacey vs. John Lee La cey, complaint, . , William David Flennikert vs. Shlrle Ann Flenniken, complaint Isaac MIkels vs. Mary Janice Mitcels complaint. Vera Brown vs. Larry Brown, com plaint. Trov Hamilton vs. Carolyn Messenoe Hamilton, complaint. Ronald Leave vv Anita Leave, decree Jane Ellen Zettler vs. Huso zelller, de Carole W Sutherland vs. Robert Sulherland, dismissal. BIRTHS ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL Mr and Mrs. William Schrant, P. O Box 11053, a girl at 12:30 P.m. March 7 Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Brltl, 1653 N Valencia, a boy at 1:18 p.m. AAarcn 7. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bakie, 1113 Glenn, a Bin at 6:16 p.m. March 7. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Thompson, 1W8 Roller Coaster Rd., a bov at 10:44 p.m March 7. Mr.'and Mrs. Charles Barter, 5619 Hawthorne, a boy at 4:04 a.m. March 8. Mr. and Mrs. Saturnine Santa Cruz 2115 6. 18th. a boy at 4:58 a.m. M*rch 8. TUCSON MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Jose Alvarez, 226 Vv Michigan Dr., a boy al 11:11 a.rn. Marc 'Mr. and Mn. Louis Obregon,' 13*) I Utn, a boy at 1:26 p.m. March 7. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Garcia, 414 V 27th, a boy at 5:37 p.m. March 7. Mr. and Mrs. Malayappier Krlshmai cording to the US. Labor Statistics. Bureau of 730 2nd Ave., a boy al 5:44 p.m ... N. 5 March 7. Mr. and Mrs. Orner Nelson, 8141 Lyrtc PI., a boy at 11:1? P.m. March 7. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Seeber, 285t Thrasher, a bov at 1Z:44 ».m. March I. x)s Angeles 65 52 -58 Memphis 72 60 1iami Beach, Fla. 70 68 linncapolis . . . . 43 40 .10 few Orleans 72 49 ew York 57 46 klahoma City .. 73 57 T )maha 60 35 hiladelphia ... 55 35 T ittsburgh 57 43 .06 ortland, Me 34 21 'orltand, Ore. ... 55 31 lapicl City 52 32 t. Louis 75 43 .08 ialt Lake City ... 49 36 .35 ·an Diego 64 45 1.34 an Francisco ... .57 52 jeattte 52 35 ampa 75 56 'oronto 48 36 · .01 Washington .... 60 39 T Wichita 76 47 Robert L. King, meteorologist n charge, Tucson. U.S. Weather Bureau. One Train Brings Eight War Dead LOS ANGELES (AP) - The morning train from Oakland brought eight gray plywood crates. "I've never seen anything like it in all the years I've worked here at the station," said VHo Bonando, an assistant agent. "Never eight in one day, never so many in all the time since World War II." As each crate was unloaded onto a baggage dolly Thursday and trundled away, eight soldiers in black armbands saluted. Inside each crate was a steel casket containing the body of a Southern Californlan killed hi Vietnam. The crates enter the United States at Travis Air Force base, south of San Francisco. From there they go to the Army's Mortuary Af/airs Center at Oakland. School Head Lauded For 70 Paddlings CORRY, Pa. (AP) - The su- )erinlondent of Corry High School, where 70 students were addled for playing hooky, says ic has be«n besieged with commendations. "I'm very pleased and surprised," said Ray Elsea. "One lawyer even wrote from Philadelphia. 'You don't know me,' he said, 'but I want to congratulate you,' " Elsea said. "I get the feeling that a lot of people think that this ought to be done more often," he said. He said truancy has dropped off sharply. 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