Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on May 7, 1963 · Page 58
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ALL EDITIONS 34 Phoenix, Tues.» May 7, N.Y. Bond Market NEW YORK (AP)-U.S. Gov trfiment bonds posted a second straight general advance. Trad ing was moderate. Corporates closed mixed on the New York Stock Exchange a? volume dwindled to the lowes; level in five weeks. Most long Government maturities gained 4-32 or so. There were a few advances of 6-32 and all but a handful of issues finished in the plus column. The exceptions closed unchanged. Most inter mediates were higher by 1-32 to 4-32. NEW YORK (AP)-Closlno over IN gnter U.S. Government Treasury bonds I Price*' quoted" In 'dollars »no' thirty toconds. NEW YORK (APl-Closlflfl U.S. Treasury Notes bid and asked prices In.dolfari and thirty seconds and approximate yield to maturity, for Monday. 102 A 97.22 102.17 ^r WB AUB 4 1966 101.11 OcF l 1 ^ 1966 95 95.4 3.UZ fet 3& ul! IK-» ijj-3 3-« 100.11 100.'43 3.'« '967 93.) 93.5 3.17 968 92.8 92.16 3.17 ect (o (federal taxes but not to state Income taxes. 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Main, Meta • 964.0658 Republic Photo NAMED FOR AWARD—John H, Armer, right, president of the John Armfet* Plumbing Co,, yesterday was presented a citizenship award from the Plumbing and Air Conditioning Contractors of Arizona. Presentation was by Willis D, Manor, elected president of th« PACCA at its recent convention at Scottsdale Country Club. Substantial Jobless Areas * Decreased From 48 to 47 WASHINGTON (AP)—The Labor Department yesterday said the number of major areas suffering substantial unemployment dropped 'rom 48 in March to 47 in April. Two areas, New Orleans and Gary- lammond-East Chicago, were dropped from the list and one, San Jose, Calif., was added. Sixty-two of the 150 major labor market areas had 6 or more per cent of their total labor force out of work during April 1962. Improvements In space programs, shipbuilding and fabricated metals brightened the employment >icture for New Orleans, the detriment said, while a pickup in steel affected Gary - Hammond last Chicago. , Dropoffs in ordnance and elec- rical machinery resulted in sub- stantial unemployment in the San Jose area, the department said. A special survey of Cuban refugees in Miami, Fla., already labeled an area of substantial unemployment, indicated the Jobless totals wero higher than had been estimated previously, the department said. It gave no figures but said unemployment there now ranges between 9 and 12 per cent of the total working force. It previously was listed at 6 to 9 per cent. Citrus Kill In Florida One-Fourth LAKELAND, Pia. record cold of last Ceeetnber killed 14.2 miliion Florida citftis trees, Robert W. Rutledge; e*£cu[Ive vice president of Mofida Cttfus Mutual said yesterday. The toll toeluded 12 falllien ofange trees, thd loss of these 1 :r&s, fcutledge said, fedaded Florida's total acreage of ofaftge trees from 660,000 to 4W.000. We estimate that with all pos* stbte expansion of nursery facilities," he said, "it will still take at least six to seven years to regain the trefc numbers for oranges that we had." Mutual's survey shows that the number of orange trees alive is about 10 per cent less than the total In 1957. "Even though this is a tremendous loss, it takes on added sig- ificance considering the various degrees of damage contained within the remaining 470,000 >range acres," said Rutledge. "On rees still alive, there is surface oss in some cases up to 50 per ent and more which will further elp to reduce the orange supply the next several years." Steel Executives Cut Own Salaries RJ, in the steel industry yesterday ms tceefltid fey tort that ftdget M. Slough and -other top efflclals 6f U.S. Steel Cdfffc had taken S pef cent pay cuts. fitougfi, Big Steel's board chairman, bfoka the news 6f hj« sfliary ttsduetidft from *MO,0<X) to $255,000 4 yeif at the coffipiny's ffind afi« mial stockftdldera' fneetiag. Pot the 15 months ended Mafch , Big Steel profits dragged at a 16-year low. However, at least temporary relief Is at hand with orders and salef splraltog sharply upward aftd destined to reflect in April June quarter results, Bkwgh said OthSf volufitafy saMry cuts Ciistottt Smelting CHICAGO holesale core^AA uoted. Esgs: price: ijower to l Ue§2P<" A • stai ro *tter ilx«d tvti un< Id .delivered fo Chlcaoo wb«ri 60 .per cent or whites. 28i/»-29; I, ' i • -L m«dliim'mlxed"e"xlr •rds 27VV28r checks NEW YORK (AP)-(USDA) — Wholesale eg offerings more than ample on largef excessive on mediums and adequate on baance. Demand.oenerally light. (Whole- lie selling prices Msed on exchann and Ihef volume Mies.) New York toot quotation* follow: Mixed colors; extras (47 Ibs. mln.) 30W Whites: extra* (47 Ibs. mln.)* WVM7W. Browns: extras (47 Ibs. mln.) 31-32. WA 6V ? s 78f lOIICaf 4V<s91 _jl Pac 2Vas91 inAIrL 4'/«s85 . 'nGasCP 3Hs71 nGasCp 3'/3S72 'S Front CV5381 IS Steel 4</3;86 IS Steel 4s 83 'anad cv4'As; 'endo CV4VJ! Trg Ry Inci ®jj°l%& /Shore 4sH61i Sales (in $1X100 High Low 3 821/4 0i/i 1 Wi Net List Cha. — '/4 (In Ital PUt 3S77 Japan Dev 6s7j lapan Dev 6s7S lapan 5|/2s74 Japan 5Vis 75s( KLM CV 4%s79 Wedel M 3s 78 ew Zeal P4s/ ew Zeal S'/tsi ew ZeaiiS'As] orway 5V&76 orway 5Ws77 8'/4 Vis Cen FOREIGN BONDS Astral SVSs; ustral SWsi Vust 5VasJ2 Austral 'fcft 'llesla as Mk l ypui 0 /- P11 I* i m I'm 98 74 tffa Approx final total Previous day ... Week BOO Month aoo Tear aao Two years aoo .. 962 fo date 1901 to date . .. vl—In bankruptcy or receivership" or being reorganized under the Bankruptcy Act, or securltl * assumed by such com' panles. xl—Ex interest, ct—Certificates, sf—Stamped f—Dea t in flat, x—Matured bonds, negotiability impaired by maturity. nd—Next day delivery, xw—Ex warrants. undln 3s78 jenmk SVjs74 Denmk S'As?? Jenmk 5'/4s78 ;l Salv 3'/is76 urop C Stl SS7» Inland 6s 73 jermanv 5VM69 erm 3s 72Dec alCCon 3s77 2 100 100 " 98'/4 98'/4 88 8'/4 4 1W/J 106V] 106'/l—IV 15 97 97 97 +1V 10 Bl'/i Sl'/i 8 '/«-M Let GEORGE do it! You can let George do It when you live in Villa Monterey Caslta Colony — because there really is a George! Because of George, the Colony's Resort Park is verdant oasis . . . trim . , . manicured ... the pool sparkling clean . . . quiet beauty for your enjoyment. If you wish, he'll help you with arrangements for an informal pool-side party. And when you go away for awhile, he'll see that your Casita and your lawns are protected and cared for. Meanwhile, enjoy the privacy of your own Casita . . . and your individually walled - in outdoor living room. You'll be content because you can always let George do it. Villa Monterey Casita Colony is in Scottsdale. Drive East on Camelback to Miller Road; turn North and you're there! past, Efficient Servic* Tit!« Insurance,, S EscrowsWTrusts OJFI TO SERVE YOU /. /LriMn«'» ONtY U>e»lly Owned Tltl« Company *x«rr.w»jimta ^'PHOENIX M9 Wesr-Jefferson MESA 27 West Main »1XX» Hlgl) Lew Last Chi! FIRE • AUTO LIFE* BONDS 3S27 N. 24th St. 264-5677 indite SOxf ' 7866sf 01V4 101V4 11/4 101V4 8xf 10 tXf 3 ' ,f SIAS48 1 .. ., ... IS84 15 891A 89Va lALBS tnryxtsftyiqyyx . SALES pB^».?fi»-«^ ff^te5^M"B u.S. port* a.7Se HJ.I manoantte W.» wr cent pure, i fo 20 font, Ji.2544.25c fo.j julduilver ilW.ofw.00 7*.bTflatK; tin, 'i-Y. prompt .delivery 116.75C lb.< tuna- •lefi powder, 98.8. per tent minimum pure !.7S Ib. nominal; tine,, wim« .wMtern, .Y. 1ZOO Ib., East St. Louis 11.500 ID. FUfURiJ ^oppef closrt^uhchanosd to 2 Jovrtf. LM^'cJosedqutet/'no »»!«. ' Zinc doted quiet, no sales. DM ADAM AND PURNlfUHE ftdx eopf senvice 3589 N.etMtRAL CR MlJf tltf DILIVtRYt Potatoes ;»!•»: Id! 'forth ba •«d§ J.OS; 1» i«I • "»"'**"** ' **rtOj» i vwirw f cvia *if&t California ono whltw 4.201 local track jalesi .Florida, round reds. In SO Ib. sacks J.OOi California lono whllMJn 109 Ib. vaCKS 4.30. —., new market about steady) car- rack tales: Texa» rounef. reds .125; whites 4.20) ocal track USED THERMO-FAX COPYING MACHINES BUY RENT HUGHES-CALIHAK 2608 N. CENTRAL CR 9-4166 Docs Your IUSINESS N«ad Mor. Op«rating CAPITAL? If you arc • manufaetursr, wfiol«i«l«f, t\ipp\\»f at ttrvieer WORKING CAPITAL it «v«ll. •blr to yed agalrut your ae* coun+» raetlvabl* WITH OR WITHOUT «<rttf!«««of» fo your 'euttomtri. for Informetthn CollS.KURIT 279*3891 WESTERN FACTORS, INC. 3500 N. CENTRAL Suit* 1M wera takifk by Lwlls 1. rngtoti, eft e.| ditiftBtft, art .e@» LOMS Ifrepaldinl5diyttfi«tutjl cost will be 75** Phone for prompt, courteous service! LOANS UP TO $2000 COMMUNITY FINANCE CORPORATION of Phoenix > 4413 S.C«ninIAve.....Bf? 6-2446 In Chandler 89 Urirona Place..... YO 3-4541 PROMPT HOME LOANS CALL 947^366 GAGE MORTGAGE & TRUST CO. 7000 E. Camelback Rd.—Scottsdale, Arizona. • Low, firm discounts • Fast action • VA, FHA mortgages Associated Mortgage & Investment Company 2300,N. Central • 252-8051 • Phoenix Outstanding View Sites North Phoenix, Half Priced at $5,000 per acre and 40 are available, Zoned R-3 • Call Jim Tubbs O'MALLEY 1802 North Central Phoenix ATTENTION TAXPAYERS! 1474-J <fe*<iri*ly wgHii* Hwl fetefe* t kt Designed by tax specialists... 4 murUrly (Uarilt« pocket wallet For «nly $|,f | tfct JAVATAX towiit* of: 1. A hondwrnt vinyl wollel 2. Four quarterly f»-fil| p«d> ... to Lwf QQ« v« 9. A tc«np|»tt P09t-r«cord for each day * «UlH (W JOUf 0*» • " *ttnl iffl fm

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