The Yuma Daily Sun from Yuma, Arizona on August 11, 1961 · Page 2
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Yuma, Arizona
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Friday, August 11, 1961
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THE SUN * * * Friday, August II, 1961 The Daily Market Report 23 37'b 53 Bl'i 40' i 40 Over-Counter VeurhV** PHOKNIX (LTD -- Over-counter securities: Kurnished by the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. Rid and nsked prices do nut show aclual transactions but serve lo show approximate price at which . the stock could be bought or sold '. at time of compilation. ; BANK HID ASKKD Arizona Bancorp 2L'-' l i Arizona Dank 35'! First National Bank 49' Valley National Bank 58 UTIUTJKS Arizona Pub Service 3R' Tucson Gas-KI 3S* INDUSTRIALS Amer Marietta Sll'i 31!'i Arden Farms lli'a 18 Bagdad Copper K 5 s 10 Bnyless Markets 23 24 s i Bonanza Airlines 5 3 i 6% First Finance I'l'.i 17 Lylton 21'i 23 Southwest Forest Ind 14'i Wi Telecomputing 6'3 ~'k Tlirift Drug 52 51'i Yuba Consolidated 5 o^i NEW YORK (UPD -- Citrus: California valencias: 4 cars, half boxes 53.74. Ye«»eraav . D-J Clo*» Ry United Press International Dow Jones final stock averages 30 Industrials 720.-19. up 2.92: 20 railroads 139.5S. off 0.05; 15 utili ties 119.01. off 0.14, and 65 slocks 237.92. up 0.4G. Sales Thursday were about 3.5' million shares compared with 3.71 million shares Wednesday. Dow-Jones DOW "JONES 2 p.m. averages 30 Incb 722.53 up 2.04 20 Rails 139.84 up 0.26 15 Utils 119.40 off 0.51 65 Stocks 238.03 up 0.11 Volume to 2 p.m. 2,260,000. Cotton NEW YORK (UPD -- Cotton market closes: Oct. 34.59; Dec 35.12; March 35.81 bid; May 36.K July 36.00 bid: new Oct. 35.15 bid; new Dec. 35.20 bid. Nancy Reed Rites To Be Held at Long Beach, Cal. Viewing hours for Mrs. Nancy Reed, 24, who WHS killed in a one- car crash near Winterhaven, Calif., early yesterday, will be held at the Yuma Mortuary from 4 p.m. today until 8 p.m. Saturday, it was announced at the mortuary. The remains will be shipped to Long Beach, Calif., where funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. in the First Pilgrim Church, 1720 Walnut Avenue. Burial will follow in Westminster Memorial Park. She was born in Ctmrlerol, Pa., May 1, 1937- She moved to Yuma 13 years ago and resided here until two months ago when she moved to La Jolla, Calif. She was a waitress at the Joe Hunt Steak House here until transferred to the Hunt restaurant in La Jolla in June. Surviving are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. "Charles 0. Cratty of 1366 Junipcro Street, Long Beach: two children. Danny and Diane Reed; two sisters. Mrs. Shirley May B c e 1 e r of Murfreesboro, Term., and Mrs. Gaynell Ruth Bou- riicas of Seal Beach, Calif.; two brothers. Charles Jr. and James Amos, both of Long Beach, and her grandmother, Mrs. Maude 0. Cratty of North Charleroi, Pa. Veterans Sought By Arizona Air National Guard PHOENIX (UPD--Veteran servicemen are being sought by the 161st Fighter Group of !he Arizona Air National Guard. The unit is tiyinir to fill its ranks In capacity. Lt. Col. Clifford L. Gipson. fighter po-.ip commander, said there ,-;i-e pla.-cs available for 135 airmen. He said veterans wlio enlKi \\.'. '·'· siven the rank They held !··.! -ey?ra1:on from active service, up :··' and including the grade of s .i.'f'. lie Mi'.l :lie guard unit hopes TO be a: full sire:is::h by Oci. 1st. KISSEL'S lARBER FINEST . . ED and KEITH KISSEL, SONNY HENDERSON IX TUB YUMA-MESA CENTER Hay LOS ANGELES (UPD - Hay market unchanged. Arrivals: G milo, 10 cereal, 15 flour, a corn. Yom S»eck» NKW YORK (UPD-- Selective demand for blue chips kept the stock market slightly ahead today despite a round of profit taking. Popular market indicators just managed to squeeze into record high territory on small gains. Leading steel, chemical and motor issues were generally narrow. However, among the specialties within these groups While Motors and Simmonds .Saw rose better than 2. American added over a point and Philip Morris around 2 in the tobaccos, Goodrich gained over 2 and General Tire nearly a point in (lie recommended rubber issues and Anaconda and Kennecolt lost between 1 and 2 points in the coppers on news of a widespread strike by Chilean copper miners. H Y Stock Exchange Closing New York Slocks Hy K. I'. Mutton * Co. For United Press International Alcoa IS Ameracc 30 American Can ·M r '; American Motors 17's ATT 124'J American Tobacco 94 Anaconda 53Ts Avco 25 3 ; Bethlehem 42!i Cities Service 54"-i Douglas Aircraft 38*. DuPonl 232 Eastman Kodak 106',a Ford Motor 95!» General Dynamics 35 General Electric BS5» General Motors 48 General Telephone 2o'.i Goodyear 45 3 i Inland Steel 49 International Paper SB'/i 1TT G.0!i Johns-Manville 65% Kaiser Steel (bid) 38H Minnesota Mining T9?i Montgomery Ward 30;» N.Y. Central 17% North American Aviation 54H Owens Illinois 92 PC.E 81 Parke Davis 33*i Pepsi-Cola 52 RCA 615ft Rexall 53 Rheem IG's San Diego GtE 3454 Santa Fe 26 Sears Roebuck 71H Southern Pacific 26Vi Sperry Rand 29!k Standard Oil of Calif. 50% Standard Oil of N.J. 4514 Te.xaco 54 Textron 25'.4 Transamerica 40V4 Union Oil 54% United Aircraft 52!i U.S. Rubber 64,i U.S. Steel 87 Westinghouse 43% Indian Education Parley Planned At Washington PHOENIX (UPI) - Arizonans will meet in Washington next week n search of a plan for financing education of reservation Indians in public schools. Officials of the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs and the state board of education have disagreed for a year on the amount state and federal government should contribute. Affected are 9.000 Indian children, a large portion of them in Apache County. Local officials feel the government docs not contribute enough in view of the fact Indians are nontaxable in this instance. The Arizona delegation will include Maurice Gemmell, stale director of Indian education: Gus Harrcll. slate school finance and research director; Waldo Dicus, superintendent of schools and state board member: Rep. Cecil iiller, D-Yuma, chairman of the house education committee; Joe Linnane of Saunders. Apache County supervisor; Marvin Cowan, superintendent of Window Rock School District, and a state senator--either Harold C. Giss, D- Yuma. or Robert W. Prochnow, D- Coconino. Tht Yuma Dtily Sun Published daily except Saturdays and holidays by The Sun Printing Company 300 Madison Av«nue Yuma, Arizona SUiuet 3-3333 SulMcrlpttMi Rate: HT Carrier I* HM T«m« Attm I1.-5 ramtk Second class postage paid at Yuma, Arljona Parts of Imperial County Is Under Rabies Quarantine KL CKNTRO. Calif. IUPD-- The southern half of Imperial County today was placed on 20 days rabies quarantine. Dr. Hurkc Srhoncssce. acting county health officer announced. Selwnessco "id The quarantine excludes Holtville and Kl Centro. He said the action was put into use because three rabid dogs have been found near Caicxico in the past week. The area under quarantine alxjut 150 miles southeast of Los Angeles. It is hounded on the · north by U.S. Highway SO. on the j west by the west side main canal. · on (ho M;;th by the international j' with Mexico and on the i east by the Jo-.vcr C'Mc!:?i!a Branch} ' ol the All American canal. Hospital News . I'nrkvlfw Dnpllsi Vlsillns lluurs: :M nnd 7-S:.ln Admissions reported lit Parkview Mnptist llonpilal, AUK. tilth: Victoria Gucnero, P.O. Box Bit, Somerton; Kay Honici'O, 1022 So lano Drive; I.illic Hodges, 1021 (ill) Stivcl; Timothy Pillmnn, 2074 9lh Avenue; Geneva Stephens. III. 1, Box 2'2'2, \Vinlcrliavcn: David Hor- Inn, Box 81, Tacna; Irene Viclal, L'()57 K. La Mesa Stret; G a r y Pray, 2108 Walnut Avenue; Barbara Rutherford. 232 Pain Verde; Sally Jane Ringo. fi-15 21sl Avenue; and Dorothy Barber, 221 22nd Street. Dismissals, Aug. 19th: Rulli Ann Apple. Kloise Arviso and baby girl, Thomas Barsuk, Hay Chretin. Blanca Martha Coronado and baby girl, Frances Do I.os Reyes and baby boy, R o n a Firkins and baby boy. Clara Gilmore, Timothy Pittman, Myrtle Riggins and baby boy, Pamela Self, Lucyle Sinn and baby girl, and Geneva Stephens. Births, Aug. 10th: Mr. and Mrs. Max Romero, a boy, 7 Ibs. 8 oz.. torn at 4:-15 a.m.; Mr. and Mrs. William Hodges, a girl, 7 Ibs., born at C:45 a.m.; Mr. and Mrs. Epifmio Guerrero, a boy, 8 Ibs. 4 oz., bom at 9:15 a.m.; and Mr. and Mrs. Robert David Ringo, a girl, 7 Ibs. 10 oz., born at 9:52 p.m. Thieves Buy Suckers, Loot Cash Drawer LAS VEGAS, Nov. (UPI) - A man and a woman entered a vnriely store and asked elerk Bob Rodrick for two suckers. Kodrick obliged. "No, no, not cherry -- I want chocolate," the man said. The couple gave Rodrick 50 cents and lef;. licking rlicir lollipops and without wailing for change. Rodrick wondered why until he found that S77 had been taken from the cash drawer, apparently while he was bending over to change flavors for the couple. Israel Fires 2nd Space Rocket JKRUSALKM, Israel IUPII -Israel has fired its second space rocket "during the last few days," extremely reliable sources said today. The sources said the rocket had an altitude range of 100 miles. They said it included one more stage than the multi-stage rocket which Israel launched Julv 5 lo! rival at St. Joseph's Ho-pftal. Tire Theft Turns Out To Be Just Lending Operation B1SBKK i UPI) -- A w o r n a n called the Cochise County Sheriff's office Just night and cxci'tcdly told them she had seen two men lake the tires off her car and put ·them on anoihcr car and drive away. She described the two men and the other car. A short time later deputies stopped a car answering the desc.riprion. and sure enough, there were the two men. One man was the lady's husband. The other was a man who asked to borrow the tires for a fishing trip. S.P. Brakeman Dies Of Heart Attack PIIOKNLX (CPU - James B. Woods, 56. of 2638 E. 21st St., Tucson, telephoned for an ambu-1 lance last Two Tucsonans Are Drowned in Water Incidents Hy UnlU-il 1'rcss International A Tucson girl who talked her way free inlo a public swimmim; pool and a Tucson man drowned Thursday in separate incidents. Attendants at Kasllake Park in Phoenix said Ha/el Smith. 10, daughter of Mrs. Lillian M. Smith of U07 Ninth Avc., Tucson, promised to pay "tomorrow." A short while later, lifeguard George Diggs siw'.'ted her floating and applied artificial respiration Hop! Snake Dance Set for Aug. 20th until firemen arrived with a re- suscifator. She win dead on arri\~al at Go;d Samaritan Hospital. I visitiriL; her sister. »n of Phoenix. if JL'IU Kasl Drach- irowned late Thurs*as caught in a flash Ira A. Lee day when he \ flood across Arizona 93 south of Kinsman. The Mohave County sheriff's office said Lee's car s!alled and that he and a woman tentatively Identified as Mary Anne Stcvea«on were outside tile cur when the water struck. Deputies said fhey were knocked down and that Lee could not recover. Other details were not available. 'Hie Arizona Highway Pftlrol »«M Lee's death would not he counted in the 'traffic toll. \VI\SLO\V (UPD -- Religious leaders of the Ilopi Indian Tribe have announced the dale for the first of the famed snake dances. I The dance will he at Mishongnovi j on Second Mesa Aug. 20. The date of the second dance has not been announced, but it is expected to i be Aug. 22 or 23 at \Valpi on First night when he suffered ! ji os;1 ALL APPROVED Credit Cords ACCEPTED LOWEST PRICES ECONOMY SERVICE STATION 1301 4TII AVE. Complete Lubrication 500 a heart attack. But Woods, a Southern Pacific Co. brakeman, was dead on ar- Ijccome a member "space club." The ciders of the tribe determine the dates of the dances by the way moon shadows fall on certain rocks i in their villages. The snake dances, ' i n which the tribesmen use live of the world's! He was s!ay:.-ig overnight at a j rattlesnakes, are the traditional [downtown Phoenix hotel. |Hopi prayer for rain. SPECIAL ROOFING PRICES! SQUARE TAB SHINGLES $Q65 White and Green Only Per 100 fa. ft. O MINERAL SURFACE ROLL ROOFINO $970 White. Green. Red Only Ptf Roll 3 IK-POUND ASPHALT FELT $OI8 324 $9. Ft. Roll Per Roll L Galbraith - Foxworth Lumber Co. 14fl Fourth Avenue SUnset 3-44 IS No Wtdding Bells HOLLYWOOD (L'PI) -- Marilyn Monroe and one of her former husbands, Joe Di.Maggio, held a reunion hero Thursday, but the blonde actress denied reports Die couple planned to remarry. Why Burgle puts H They say money isn't everything. But it sure helps. For example, every brewer knows there are two different ways to make a beer light. And refreshing. One way is to cut down on the amount of hops, grain, or malt. Instead, use a little more water. The other way (and the one we prefer) is to brew the beer to be light--and to do this, Burgermeister spends almost twice as much as the industry average for the one choice brewing grain that makes beer light naturally. You can taste the result in today's on every barrelhead Burgie. Light. But not watery. For Burgie is brewed to be light It cost us extra cash on the barrelhead. But you don't pay a red cent more. And that's the way it has to be. A beer that is brewed for refreshing people has to be brewed exactly right And Burgie IB. Burgermeister u BEER BREWED FOR REFRESHING PEOPLE BURGEMnWTE* BUWINC CORPORATION · SAN FRANCUCO. CAUFOWOA

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