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Phoenix, Sat., Sept. 21, 1968 Wheat Futures Make Poor Showing in Weeli CHICAGO (AP) - Wheat futures prices declined nearly 7 cents a bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade the past week. New lows were posted for the season. It was the biggest price loss in wheat for one week since early April. Other grain and soybean futures were generally lower, Livestock Furnished by U.S. Department of Agrl culture. Livestock Division, Market News Service. . PHOENIX — Demand for slaughter ctee?s fair/' prices weak to 50 cents lower with full downturn mainly on Good; only few 1 loads of slaughter heifers sold about steady, but not adequately tested. Allhough bulk of available slaughter caftla are Good and lots mixed Good and Chofee , steers, feedlot operators have continued, to move cattle as ready even ough, tinder though - a bearish Influence; thus most.-'fiedlots keeping offerings current withi Chorea in limited supply. Drily about 35 per cent of slaughter cattle moved to West Coast with balances mainly to Arizona packers except for few loads steers to Texas. Demand, for feeder cattle improved some although still not too active; sales and contracts about steady with recent downturn.'"• Confirmed sales Included 5,000 slaughter steers, 20p slaughter heifers and 400 slaughter ''calves compared with 9,600- SOO-0 ilast week and 4,420-100-350 same week year ago. KANSAS CITY (AP)—Cattle 50; calves none; .not enogh for price test. Hogs 3,500; barrows and gilts mostly 25-50.lower; with most decline on grade 2-3 220-240 Ib 215-240 Ib 19.75-20.00; 2-4 205-265 Ib 19.50-75; 3-4 26S-280 Ib 19.25-50. Sheep 20; choice spring lambs 26.00-50. CHICAGO (AP)-(USDA) - HOBS ,4,500; butchers steady to mostly 25, lower; moderately active; shippers took 3,000; 1-2 205-225 Ib butchers 21.00-21 25, around 150 head .at 21.25; 39 head at 21.50; 2-3 200-240 Ibs 20.50-21.00; 190-200 Ibs 19.9020.50; 2-4 230-260 Ibs 20.25-20.75; 3-4 260-30 •ilObs. 19.50-20.25; sows strong to mostly 25 (higher; active; 1-3 325-400 Ib sows 18.00- I 19.00; 400-500 Ibs 17.25-18.25; 2-3 500-600 Ibs 16.50-17.25; boars 15.00-16.50 Cattle 3,000; calves none; trading on all slaughter .classes active, slaughter steers strong to 50 higher, most upturn on high choice and prime; slaughter heifers 25 to 50 higher; cows fully steady; few loads prime 1,250-1,325 Ib slaughter steers yield srade 3 and 4 30.50-30.75; mixed high choice and prime 1,150-1,300 Ibs 28.7530.00; choice 1,100-1,300 Ibs yield grade 2 to 4 28.00-29.00; choice 950-1,150 Ibs 27.2528.25; mixed good and choice 26.75-27.75; mixed nlah' choice and prime 950-1,025 Ib slaughter heifers yield grade 3 and t 27.00-27.50; choice 825-1,000 Ibs yield grade 2 to 4 25.75-27,00; mixed good and choice 25.00-25 75; commercial cows 16.75-18.50; utility 17.75-19.00; few hiph dressing 19.25; canners and cutters 16.0018.25. Sheep '100; spring slaughter lambs steady; couple lots choice and prime 90105 Ib spring slaughter lambs 27.00-27.50; good and choice 25.50-26.50. Commodity Futures CHICAGO CAP) — Futures trading on ffw Chicago Mercantile Exchange: High Low Close Live Beef Cattle September 27.70 27.45 27.70 October 27.00 26.92 24.92 November 26.35 26.30 26.30 December 26.30 26.20 26.20 Sales: Sept. 132; Oct. 198; Nov. 6; Dec. 60. Western Live Beef Cattle September S27.35 S27.3S October 526.25 526.65 November. S26.25 S26.25 December*' $26.65 S26.65 Sajes: None. Shell Eggs September 46.25 45.00 45.40 October 43.75 42.70 42.80 November 44.00 42.75 42.90 December 42.85 41.30 41.50 Sales: Sept. 203; Oct. 349i Nov. 539; Decs-110. * < - Llv» Hog* September -(old) 21.20 20.75 21.00 October Wld) S19.85 H9.85 November,Joid) si9.00 si9.00 DecfemBer "(old) 518.75 s!8.75 September (new) 21.90 21.60 21.60 Sales: (old) 10; Sept. (new) 7. Frozen Whole Eggs OctSber r26.75 27.05 December • 26.85 r27.50 C27.50 Sales: Dec. 7. * e '~ • frozen Tom Turkeys January »\'» Z32.83 Z32.BO Safest None. "- ' Frozen Pork Bellies February 33.20 32.90 33.10 March 33.12 32.70 33.02 May 33.25 32.90 32.85 July 33.45 32.85 33.05 Sales: Feb. 2,059) March 696; May 469; July 230. Open Interest: Feb. 8,010; March 4,369; May 1,617; July 930. z-bld; r-offered; »nominal. Custom Smelting NEW YORK (UPI) — Custom smelter metal prices: Copper, electrolytic delivered U.S. 42.00-42.25c Ib., Lake 42.DOc Ib manganese. 99.9 per cent pure, 1 to 2C tons, 29.85C Ib.; quicksilver $550-555 76-1b flask: tin, N.Y. prompt delivery 149.50C Ib.; tungsten powder, 98.8 per cent minimum pure $3.0o Ib,; zinc, prime west- tern. N.Y. $KOOOc Ib., East St. Louis ' ' FUTURES Silver closed 150 to 280 lower. Sales 1,559 contracts. Sept, 223.00; Oct. 223.00; Nov.. 225.10; Dec. 227.30; Jan. 229.50) March 234.00; May 237.50; July 240.40; Sept. 244.000; Dec. 249.00: Jan. 251,80. Copper closed 30 to 80 higher. Sales 171 Contracts. Sept. 47.95; Oct. Z47.75; Dea< 47.65; Jan. Z46.50; March z4>5.75; May Z44.90; Sept. Z43.50; Oct. Z43.25. Tin, lead and zinc closed quiet. No sales. New York Cotton contract Ne. 1 Basis Middling l 1/16 In, High Low Close October 29.62 29.32 29,35 December 29.60 29.41 " " March 29.95 29.75 May, . Julvf, ' . October December.. March, . Bleachabla Cottonseed on October ' Z12.15 December •• 211.70 March ~ < zll.65 t- f-i zll.65 s, z-Bid 29.50 29.87 30.25 B 30.15 B 28.50 B 28.35 B 28.35 B the Counter Quotations from, the NASD are representative Inter-dealer prices as of approximately 10:30 a.m. Inter-dealer markets chanaa throughout the day. Prices do no Inclu3e_rera)l markup, markdown or com missjpn.pajg Sept. 20. American Pipe & Const. .50 Anheuser Busch, Inc. .65 ArdenMayfalr.40 Bid 24V'« 70* 25* 20'/< lli/a 251/2 Asked 2458 711/4 combined Security Fund Components, Inc. continental Fidelity Llf» Dickson Electronics Farm & Home Life .25 Financial Corp. of Arlzont F rst NatlonafLlfe Ins. Florl Investment Co. ood Stores, Inc. .10 avlnjs Fry's Fi . * t ' "SJ •»»• Levitz Furn Morrison " reater Arizona Sivli . A. Krueger .40 svitz Furniture orrlson Knudsen.»l Nations Producers Ln National Securities, In. Pacific Standard Life 2S 9 1*8 12^1 ^ 31% 25'/< 2',4 VA 26' 20'/4 20 1% 261/J 10 'While soybean meal and oil made modest advances. A major reason for the decline in wheat futures was a government report that some 200 million bushels of wheat had been impounded by farmers under the government loan. The trade, however, had anticipated an impounding of 250 million bushels or more. The report was construed as bearish because the lower government figure would place more wheat into marketing channels. Corn, oats and rye price movement was relatively seasonal, except that rye futures lost ground in the usual proportion to wheat, also a food grain. Soybeans prices, however, showed a wide price range along wit hsoybean meal and oil. Rain over wide sections of the country has slowed early harvesting of soybeans and, as a result brought about a tight supply situation. A strike against a major processor, now in its third month, also has resulted in a thinning out of meal supplies. Prev. Open High Low Close Close May Dec Mar May Jul CORN 1.28% 1.29 IS* l:M 7/ . 138 Dec Mar May Jul OATS Dec Mar May Jul Jan Mar Ma/ Jul Aug RYE 1.02% 1.03 1.02'/2 1.02% .02% 1.07% 1.07% 1.07'/B 1.07% ,07% 1 10% 1.11 1.10'/2 1.10% 1.11 1.13% 1.13% 1.131/s 1.13% 1.13% 62% 62% 62>/o 62% 62% 63V4 63% 63% 63% 63V2 63'/B 63% 63Vs 63V4 63 61 61 i/a 60% 611/2 61% 1.13V4 1.131/4 1.12% 1.12% 1.133/4 1.15% 1.15% 1.15 1.15'/8 1.15% 2.54% 2.53'/a 2.53% 2.54% 2.58 2.58 2.54% 2.54% 2.58 2.41% 2.41% 2.40'/s 2.40'/a 2.41Va 2.43% 2.43% 2.42% 2.42% 2.44 2.44 Va 2.44V8 2.42% 2.42% 2.44 2.41'/J 2.41'A 2.40'A 2.40'/a 2.41% SOYBEAN OIL Oct 7.35 7.36 7.32 7.35 7.37 Dec 7.35 7.35 7.31 7.31 r7.3 Jan 7.41 7.41 7.35 7.35 7.40 Mar 7.48 7.48 7.43 7.43 7.« May 7.50 7.51 7.47 7.47 7.54 Jul 7.54 7.54 7.52 7.52 7.59 77.40 77.75 78.00 Dec 75.00 75.00 74.55 74.75 74.9J Jan 74.40 74.40 74.75 74.20 74.41 Mar 74.55 74.75 74.50 r74.65 74.71 Aug r75.50 r75.5i CHOICE STEERS Oct 27.25 27.32 27.25 27.30 27.2C Dec 26.32 26.42 26.32 26.40 26.2 Feb 25.97 26.02 25.97 26.02 25.9. Apr 25.87 26.00 25.87 25.95 25.8 Jun 25.77 25.85 25.77 25.85 25.7 z—bid; r—asked; s—nominal. CASH GRAIN — Wheat No. 2 yellow hard 1.22%N; No. 2 soft red 1.16%N Corn No. 2 yellow 1.09N. Oats No. 2 extra heavy white 62V4N. Soybeans No. yellow 2.60'/4N. Soybean oil 7.75N. Los Angeles Grain Market Utah-Idaho new rate barley 2.48-2.53 corn from the East 2.62-2.65, 74-cent sor ghum 2.30-2.35, nontransit from the Eas sorghum 2.30-2.33. Citrus Market Los Angeles Lemons, oranges unchanged, grapefruit slightly stronger. Grapefruit offerings very light: South ern California cartons white 23s 5.50-5.75 27s 5.57-4.00, 32s 6.00-4.25, 36s 6.00, 40s 5.75-6.00, 48s 4.75-5.00, 54s 4.00-4.25, 64s 3.00: ruby reds supplies Insufficient to quote. New York California: 3 cars valenclaa, lower, boxes S5.74; 2 cars lemons, lower, V4 boxes $3.66. New York Wool NEW YORK (AP) - Wool futures de cllned yesterday on commission house selling. Australian wool prices were firm Wool tops futures were quiet. Wool futures closed unchanged to .3 of a cent lower. Oct. 2114.4; Dec. zllB.8, March 2120.0; May 2121.00) July 2121.1, Oct. 2122.0. Certificated spot wool tops S162.0. z bid; s-nomlnal. Cocoa NEW YORK (AP)-Cocoa futures closed 15 to 45 lower. Sales 3,475 contracts Sep 33.75, Dec 34.55, Mar 35.35, May 35.70 Jul 35.90, Sep 35.81, Dec 34.69. Spot Accra 37% nominal. Dividends Declared Friday's Final Dividends Declared Pe- Stk. of Pay- Rate riod Record able Castle&Cooke (x) lOOpc .. 10-1 12-1 (x)— Sublect to approval. Rogers Corp ..... 4pc .. 10-15 11-5 TexOH&Gas (x) lOOpc .. M5-69 2-14-69 (x)-Sublect Castle&Cook* ..... 30 NJ Bk8,Tr ......... 55 .. Superior Coach ....15 .. Texaco Canada ..... 20 .. AmBiltrite Rub ... .15 Q Borg-Warner ....3125 Q Coleco Indust ....... 04 Q Diana Strs ......... 10 S Financial General ..10 Q Gearhart-Owen ...045 Q Grt NorthernRy . .75 Q King-Seeley Th .375 Q Kroger Co ........ 325 Q Sellqman&Latz . .20 Q 10-1 10-15 10-31 10-31 9-30 10-9 10-3 10-1 10-4 11-1 10-14 9-30 11-1 10-10 10-1 11-1 ll-l 11-30 10-1 11-1 10-1 10-2 11-1 11-1 11-1 10-25 12-1 10-30 Well Spacing Change Aids Helium Recovery A favorable ruling by the Arizona Oil and Gas Commission on a special well spacing request will result in many millions of cubic feet of raw helium now stored beneath Apache County being recovered, the Arizona Helium Corp. of Phoenix and Navajo said yesterday. The state agency ruled to allow drilling of a helium well on every 160 acres of a 640 acre parcel in the East Navajo Springs Fields' Section 25, Township 20 North, Range 27 East, 6 miles southwest of Sanders. ARIZONA GAS laws allow only one well every 640 acres, and the special spacing applies only to Section 25 acreage. The spacing change was requested by the Crest Oil Co. of Alton, HI., which has a joint venture for three wells on the Section 25 land with the Arizona Helium Corp. Arizona Helium president Richard H. McDonald said the three wells will permit recovering considerable raw helium that otherwise could not be recovered economically with just one well. McDONALD added that drilling of the three wells started yesterday and that it will be three weeks before the wells are producing. The wells will be drilled to a depth of 1,500 feet, and the raw helium recovered will be piped to Arizona Helium's extraction plant at Navajo via its existing pipeline in the Navajo Springs Field. Continental Bank Promotes Barker Don C. Harker has been promoted to assistant vice president in the instalment loan department of the Continental National Bank. New Homes In Carefree Plans for two new subdivisions in Carefree have been announced by Carefree Inn and Development Corp. Boulder Carefree on 435 acres east of Scottsdale Road at the south side of the Carefree community will feature cluster dwellings and townhouses and will eventually have an 18-hole public golf course. CAREFREE Air Park Estates will involve 25 acres of residential property situated between the Carefree Airport and the Desert Forest Golf Course and will permit home owners to taxi planes to their property via an access road. Model homes are expected to be completed at the Boulder Carefree subdivision in about 90 days and at Air Park Estates in about 30 days. Bank and Trust Stock NEW YORK (AP) — The following bid and asked puqtati.ns, supplied by the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc./ are not actual transactions but are representative inter- dealer prices, as of approximately 3pm., at which these securities could have :een purchased (asked) or sold (bid), interdealer markets change throughout the day. Prices do not include . retail markup, or commission. markdown Bank & Trust BkAm NT&SA Bk of NY BTNY CP Charter NY ChemBk NY Tr Cont III Chi Crocker Cltlz Fst Nat Bos Fst Nat Chi Fst Nat City Frank Nat Kings Lafay Manuf Han Mellon Nat Morgan Guar Nat Bk NA Sec IstN BkLA US Trust NY Wells Fargo Bk 81'A 81% 92% 93% 79% 80V4 471/4 47% 64% 651/4 37 381/2 39>/4 39% 71 Va 721/a S7V4 57% 74% 74% 61% 62V4 78V4 791/4 117 1171/2 30 33 48V4 48% S6V2 571/2 54% 55% Insurance Aetna Life Ins 44 441/2 Alex Hamll Lf 73/4 83/4 All Am Lf —' — Allclty Ins Allied Life Am Bankers Lf Am Family Lf Am Fidel .Life 171/2 17% 10'/4 103/4 6% 6% 151/2 161/4 2S'/2 27 101/2 11 5'/2 6'/4 Conn Gen Lf 68% 69% :ont Amer 38 42 Cont Mortgage 27% 28</2 CNA Flnan 46V4 46% CNA Fin Pf 29% 29% Criterion Ins 64Va 66 Crum & Forst 84 86 Crum & For pf 66 68 Eastern Life 10V4 111/4 Hmplre Gen 6% 7Va Employ Group 55 56 Employers Rein 591/2 61 Excelsior NY 8Va 91/4 =amily Lf A 35V2 36'/s =arm8.Home Lf 9 10 : arm New Wld 34% 35Vj -idelity Cp 21% 22!/a =ld Union Lf 59 63 =id&Depos!t 48 49 =st Am Title 15V4 15% =st Colony Lf 15 16 =st Federal Lf 16% 17% Fst NL Phoen 3 314 Fndn Lf Ga 51/4 5W Franklin Life 3n\'e 3fl% =und American BVi J2% Gen Lf Wiscon 5% 5% '--en Relnsur 320 324 a Intl Cp 171/2 18 >lens Falls Ins Unavail 'lobe Lf&Acc 1516 _iovt Employee* 76 76% Govt Emp Life 601/4 ••" Gt Cmwlth Lf 13 Gt Southern 141/2 15'A Guaranty Sav 7% 8Vfc Gulf Life Ins Unavail Hanover Insur 45'/4 46 Hartford Fire 39V4 " Hartf Stm Boil 54 Home Insurance Ui Home Security MIA Horace Mann jndep Amer Lf 'ndepend L&A nsurance Secur Am Foundation ... -., Am Founders Lf 19Va 20Vi Am Gen Ins 22% 23 Am Gen Ins pf 31'/2 32 Am Heritage. 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World Svc 9 10 Zenith Lf jpf, 43/4 FACTS AVAILABLE N D INVESTMENT .W I SOL Over a five year test period Hallcrajt Townhouses prove more profitable investment than apartments. Hallcraft's newest development, ENCANTO TOWNHOUSES, sold out first unit in less than eight weeks, For complete information and personal inspection visit: ENCANTO TOWNHOUSES by HALLCRAFT 22nd Dr. and West Virginia • Enter by way of 19th Ave, Sees Candy .90 Sierra Silver Mining Co. Southern Union Gas l.lHa Southwest Forest Industries Southwest Forest Ind. 1.32 Pf«J. Southwest Gas 323/4 42 19% 21« 17% 24V1, 32V s 2 2%j 2V41 10 i 27=4 4'/t 33V4 Is 7 *! 20Va! Tucson Gas & Electric A Union Rock .12 United Bank of.Arizona 40 Valley. National Bank .50 Webb; Del-wts Western* Financial Corp. Westgpp C«llf. core. Claw A wigwim Stores Zions Ol«h Bwiwiwratlflia.« 28 I 151/4 7V2 1434 22% 25% PAYING 7% OVER FACE VALUE for Silver Dimes & Quarters minted 1964 and Earlier PAYING 14% QYfRFAeSYAlUi" for Half-Dollars minted 1964 end earlier PAYING It/0 IA6H F®R SILVER DOLLARS Buying all Coin Collections, Gold, Silver, and Estates Confidential Transactions 272-9700 t JOHN GRIFFIN * 272-2851 Seminar Set 9 Tuesdays The 29th annual Small Business Management Seminar, emphasizing the theme of men, markets and managing money, will begin Tuesday at Arizona State University. The seminar will convene in the college of business administration building, with sessions scheduled for 7 to 9:30 p.m. on nine consecutive Tuesdays extending to Nov. 19. PURPOSE of the program, according to Dr. Gordon C. Inskeep, director of the ASU Center for Executive Development, "is to provide an opportunity for the businessman to examine modern management principles and techniques and to consider their application in the solution of his daily problems." The center is accepting applications for enrollment in the seminar, which is restricted to owners and managers of small businesses. Investment Companies NEW YORK (AP)iConsm Inv 5.64 «,!« -The tollowino nuo-lconv Sec 12.3213.44 Stlons, supplied by • ' •• •• " •" "• Securities Inc., are atton of >Mlers, he prices »\ which hese could securities h«v# been sold (bid) or bought ;«Sked) Friday; Aberdeen Advisers Affiliated All Amer Amcab Am Bus Bradley Heads BBB Directors G. A. Bradley of Mountain States Telephone Co. has been re-elected president of the board of directors of the Better Business Bureau of Maricopa County. Other officers elected by the board are: Francis 0. Thalheimer, The Arizona Bank, vice president, and Tom Fannin, real estate man, treasurer. Jim C. White was appointed secretary-manager. New directors are G. William Matthews, Eli Gorodezky, Dan Mardian, J. W. Mott, Don Sanderson and R. E. Soranson. cap Incom Invest Stock 11.6312.71 Cwlth A&B 1.78 1.92 Cwlth C&D 1.96 2.12 :ompet :omp Bd Comp Fd Concord Cons Inv Unidynamics Job Republic Washington Bureau WASHINGTON - The Army advised Sen. Carl Hayden, D-Ariz., yesterday of a $2.253 million letter-contract awarded to Unidynamics- Phoenix for 300,000 illuminating projectiles. MACHINE SHOP Stockholders liquidating complete machine shop. Bldg. alia available, (ale or lease. Formerly Phoenix Electronic Components, 420 S. 7th Avenue. All set to operate. Termi. Telephone Pete Zeeveld 279-9841 Ext. 331 he NatipnaT Associ Corp Ld 16.75 18.34 entry CAP 13.88 15.01 Crown W 8.22 8.98 deVeqh M 80.09 80.09 aecat Inc 15.05 14.45 Delaware 17.0518.63 Divid Shr "" DowTh In 3.» 3.61 9.06 9.90 9.50 10.27 1.33 1.45 6.42 702 3.K 4, Am Divln 11.91 13.02 Am Grth Am Inv Am Mut Am NGw Am Pac Anchor Group: 7.44 8.09 10.54 10.54 10.7611.76 3.59 3.92 8.00 8.00 Cap Inv Fd Inv ..... ,„.,-, Associated 1.68 1.84 10.3011.29 10.5311.54 11.99 13.14 . Axe Houghton: Fund A Stock Scl Cp 3abson Slue Rid Jondstk Boston 3road St 3uilock CO Fd Gen 9.2310.03 7.72 8.39 8.65 8.65 14.16 15.48 7.90 8.64 9.38 10.25 15.65 14.92 16.79 18.40 10.4811.33 9,93 10. van wen y.YJ lu. Canadian 19.5621.15 Capit Inc 9.2310.11 CSPlt Shr 7r98 8.75 :ent Shr 11.7612.85 Channlng Funds: Balan 14.0015.30 Com Stk 2.18 2.38 9.36 10.23 9.15 10.00 Grwth Incom — .-.-« Special 3.93 4.30 Chase Group: Fund 15.2716.69 Front 110.01114.89 Shrhld 15.0316.43 Chemical 19.7621.60 Colonial: Eaulty Fund Grwth ComSt Bd 6.03 4.15 14.4715Vn 8.M t.16 5.97 6.49 Commonwlth Fds: 23.2425.40 11.6512.73 11.0012.02 10.5411.5} 11.97 13.01 13.0714.21 22.7922.79 13.8714.37 4.11 8.78 4.51 Inv CoAm 15.43 16.84 Inv indie Unavail Inves Bos 13.4714.94 Invest Group: Mut 11.73)2.75 Stock 22.96 24.96 Select 9.4810.19 Var Pay 9.43 10.25 ........ Drexel 19.6919.69 Drevfus 15.44 14.85 fus n&H . Eaton&Howard: S aian rwth G Inv Special stock Eberst Emol Gr :nersv Entorist Equity Iciuit Gth 20.J Everst In 18.9 12.21 13.24 13.49 14.74 7.78 8.44 15.44 17.09 17.« 18.99 14.9215.32 6.5317.44 17.21 17.21 10.6511.' 11.8412: 22.47 20.53 Inv Rsh I vest ivy Johnstn Keystone Funds- Explor Fairfd ..... Frm BMu 13.2413.27 ' 27.3529.10 !«! 1* 73 Knlck 6th 13:52 U 16.7916.35 W-47 15.95 Fed Grth Fid Cao , Fid Fund 50.28 Jl.92 Fid Trnd 31.5734.32 Financial Progrrtv. Dvnm 7.94 8.69 Indust 5.34 505 Incom 7.86 8.60 St InGth 10.57 11.58 tour' 5 * letfd 18.88 la Gth 9.31 10.07 nd U Unavail ounders 9.1610.01 Foursa 14.2915.6? . Franklin Group: Com Stk 7.8? 8.65 Cust 13.81 15.13 Util 7.J5 7.95 Incom 2.81 3.08 Fund Am 12.0613.18 .. 13.34 13.34 14.78 14.78 Gen sec Glbralter Group Sec: Aero Sc 10.51 11.49 Com SI 14.901429 Ful Ad 9.98 10.91 Grth Ind 23.8024.51 Gryphon 20.83 22.77 Guardn 29.65 29.65 Ham hda 5.90 6.45 Hanover 1.64 1.6 Hartwell 19.1920.97 Hedge 15.7117.17 H Mann Hubshmn ISI Gth Imp Cap Imp Gth Inc Fnd Inc FdB Indepnd 15.9516.61 12.51 12.51 5.71 6.24 11.4712.47 9.3310.14 14.3715.71 8,18 8.94 12.8214.01 Ind Trend 17.3818 indslrv InsBk Stk 7.77 _._. 6.15 6.74 Butter and CHICAGO (AP)-(USDA) - Butter: wholesale selling prices on all prices unquoted. Egqs: prices paid delivered to Chicago 5 lower to 1 higher; 80 per cent or better grade A whites 50-52; medium white ex- ras 49-50; standards 39-40. DS414pCd Sept. 20 LOS ANGELES (UPI-FSMNS) — Eggs unchanged. Poultry: EBB type hens (delivered) '44-8'/2 wtd avg 8.18, (ranch) 4-7 wld avg j.92; fryers 19, roasters 25; young hen urkeyj 21-22 (mostly 21Va), young toms 9Vi, fryer-roasters 22. NEW YORK (AP)-(USDA)—Wholesale egg offerlnes adequate. Demand fair yesterday. Wholesale selling prices based on exchange and other volume sales. New York spot quotations follow! Standards 44-47. Whites: Fancy Large (47 Ibs mln) 53V2-55; Fancy Medium (41 Ibs average) 50-51; Fancy Smalls (36 Ibs average) 36V2-37V3. Browns: Fancy Large (47 Ibs mln) 55-56. 6.35 6.94 27.41 28.26 17.2618.84 37.70 J7.70 7J.91 IJ.91 Cus Bl Cus B2 Cus B4 Cus Kl Cus K2 Cus SI Cus 52 Cus S3 CUS S4 Polaris Knlckb 21.4722.41 22.9225.11 10.3511.29 9.48 10.57 7.73 8.44 22.64 24.69 13.0414.23 11.24'12.24 7.12 7.78 6.13 6.71 t.38 9.19 Lexingt ...., ,..,„ Lex KSCh 17.44 19.03 13.52 14.81 11.2412.28 Liberty Life Stk 8.02 S.ll 8'.77 Life hiv f il til Loomis Sayles Fds: Canad 39.6839.68 Capit 13.8913.89 ..Mut 16.6716.67 Manhtn 10.91 11.92 Mass Fnd 13.44 14.69 Mass Gth 13.79 13.98 Mass Tr 17.30 18.91 Mates 14.1214.15 Mathers 25.51 25.51 McDon 13.98 14.23 MidA Mut 7.79 8.51 Moody Cp 18.5620.29 Moody'j 15.1016.50 Mortons Funds: Grwth 15.1314.58 Incom 5.05 5.53 Insur 8.37 9.17 MIF Fd 21.2223.94 MIF Glh 6.63 7.17 MutO Glh 5.28 5.J8 Mut Shrs 23 1452.14 Mut Trust 7.83 3.86 NEA Mut 11.91 17.15 Nat WSec 11 ?3 13.15 Nat Ind 13.77 13.77 Nat Invest 8..J2 9.10 Nat Sec Ser: Balan 17.3313.48 Bond 6.35 6.94 Divid 5.64 6.16 Pt 51k 8.45 9.33 Incom Stock Grwth Nat West Neuwrth New Eng New Hor New Wld Newton Noreast Ocnaph Omega 100 Fd Ulinvpit One WmS 17.35 17.35 4.39 4.98 9.84 10.75 11.70 12.79 4.19 4.N 29.24 29.26 11,6712.42 30.40 X.40 15.52 14.94 14.5318.07 17.61 17.61 10.11 11.05 9.74 9.87 Putnam Funds: Eqult Geora Grth Incom Invest Vista Reo Tech Revere Scudder Funds. Int Inv 15.99 16.24 44.J3 46.23 17.65 17.45 12.3? 12.3? 15.82 17.2 16.6518.20 14 26 15.58 9.68 10.58 8.73 9.54 14.0315.33 6.33 4.81 18.52 20.24 15.88 17.17 Spec I Bal . Com St sec DIV Sec Emilt 19.3521.15 ec inv Unavail elec Am 1J.04 13.03 Sel SP«CS 18.08 19.74 a 11.841296 Invest 10.75 11.62 Sover Inv 14.0817.41 StFrm Glh 5.94 5.94 State St 55.9054.25 Steadman Fds: Am Ind 15.24 ICrfiJ Firtuc 9.7410.U Scion 484 7.50 Stein Ro* Funds: Bal 73 77 23.77 17.81 17.81 MM MM 13.9515.08 8.09 8.87 25.9728.38 13.87 U.45 10.5011.44 19.71 71 54 Unavfllli Tran Cap 10.2] 11 23 TwenC Gth 4.21 6.79 TwpnC Inc 5.99 6 55 Unild 10.851184 United Funds 1 Accm 8.47 9.48 Incom 15.8517.3J Scien 9.9? 10.34 UnFd Can 7.54 8.74 Value Line Funds: Val l.ln 10.04 11.02 Incom Spl Sit Vandgd Var IndPI Viking Wanst In Wash Mu Wellglon West Ind Whltchll Windsor WlnllPld Wiscon Intl Stock Stcrl Inv Sup InGth TMR Ao Teachr-; Technol Temp Gt Texas APS to Pay Dividend Arizona Public Service Co.'s board of directors yesterday approved a dividend of 25 cents per share on the utility's common stock, payable Dec. 1, for the quarter ending Nov. 30, to stockholders of record Nov. 1. Dividends also were declared on eight classes of cumulative preferred stock, payable Dec. 1 to stockholders of record Nov. 1: $1.10 preferred, 27& cents per share; $2.50 preferred, 62& cents per share; $2.36 preferred, 59 cents per share; $4.35 preferred, $1.08 n i per share; $2.40 preferred, Series A. 60 cents per share; $2.625 preferred, Series C, 65% cents per share; $2.275 preferred, Series D, 56?« cents per share; and $3.25 preferred, Series E, ai'4 cents per share. Worth 4.85 7.51 10.2411.74 5.80 4.34 5.92 4.43 8.29 9.01 12.84 14.03 14.2515.54 13.70 14.89 9.97 10.90 14.0017.30 21.1723.01 15.90 17.38 8.22 8.98 5,94 4.49 Apartment Investing SEMINAR Three consecutive evening) Sept. 24, 25, 26 7:30 PM Topics Discussed 1. Current m«rfc*t condition 1. Apartment Econamict I. Owner maninment 4. Leverage 5. Available financing 6. Income tax advanteen 7. Apt. appraisal mithods I. Leailni Technique* This seminar Is • public sirvle* extended without obligation. Du* te limited staling, remvitloni art required. Management Clearing 1230 E. Camclbock 264-1007 Arizona's largest marketplace for apartment Investor* Monterey /-. « , «« NEW DAILY RENTAL $7 Per DAY COME AND SEE US—SOON FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PHONE: 264-4121 Casila Colony THE CORRECT ADDRESS IN SOCIABLE SCOTTSDALE It's a pleasure... When you live in a Casita at Villa Monterey — you may entertain two to twenty in the privacy of your walled Patio-Garden .. . Join friends and neighbors at your own fabulous Resort and Health Club. Stroll to the beautiful Villa Monterey Golf Course, Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge. Downtown Scottsdale, Fashion Square and all your shopping needs are just 3 minutes away. NOT A CONDOMINIUM NOT A COOPERATIVE! Prices Start In the' "Twenties" MODELS OPEN 10-6 DAILY Furnished by Mehagian's PHONE 946-0994 CAMELBACK RO. TO 76th ST. . . . TURN NORTH NOW! 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NO MONEY DOWN*-* 14,12 • no. 308BTU-for25'ft,x50- ft, pools up to 13QQ sq. ft, Reg. $625, Installed. installed to existing plumbing lines. Gat line allowance. Slab included. Sales tax extra. NO MONEY PQWN~$1M2 I FREE GAS POST LIGHT WITH EVERY POOL HEATER Thi* attractive gat post light if your» fre* with th« purchase of any fix* pool h«at*r during thi» sal*. Additional lights, torches, infra-rod people heaterj, gai barb«cu«s, «tc., ore available at unheard-of low prices when coupled with a pool heater. Let Paddock expert* help you control your outdoor climate this fall. Visit either Paddock showroom. Quantities of heaters and appliances are limited. CLIMATE CONTROL CENTERS AT BOTH PADDOCK LOCATIONS OUT-OF-TOWNE&S: Price* outside of the Phoenix area are slightly higher. Call in your order now for maximum savings! f919 |. THOMiS 80. 128 E. GLEMQALE AYf. Phone 94MM1 ...prJIS-illl toll fr*« from M«ry»»l* or 6l*ad«l« I

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