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THBARIZONA.REPPBUO • 4 • Livestock market Ptenfe, Than,, April 3,196ft 77 Wheat futures gain, boost other gains CHICAGO (AP) - Wheat fu tures prices advanced again on the Chicago Board of Trade yes terday and tended to influence buying of other grain futures. Soybeans futures, however were weak at the close. Trade was, at best, only fair between the usually active opening and closing. The buying of wheat futures picked up momentum after the midway point. Later, some new commission house buying en tered the pit and prices moved lows. Near cents ahead from early the close, however Commodity futures CHICAGO (AP) -future, trsdlrw en the'" 'Chicago Wednesday: A*r Jun Dee Feb Apr Jun AA»rcBntli«~ "Exeh»nS( Prtv Sales: April 908; "June 1,086; Aug. 1,565; Oct 81p;_Dec 517; F«b 3(6; AorlrTO 115; 21.25 20.90 21.25 b21.17 29.60 29.45 28.40 28.70 28.20 28.50 1.25 28.25 27.95 28.07 28.17 S27.95 B27.93 . . . . .70 b23.40 22.70 23.40 b22,65 !.70 23.37 22.50 23.37 22.77 '.42 22.80 22.42 822.67 22.3C Apr Mav Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Feb Sep Oct Nov Fcb 0; Ai 36.75 35.0 4 37.00 37.00 35.00 37.60 36.75 37.00 . 35.0. Sales: 36.75 37.00 36JS 34.40 34.40 35.00 37.00 37.50 37.00 b36.30 36.00 36.75 37.00 36.75 April 353; May J; Nov 22; Feb ' 4 ' 7S - nt'P Sales: Aoril 2; May 561; Nov n o 4 .' 75 FROZEN PORK BELLIES May 36.65 36.95 36.52 36.82 36.40 Jul 37.10 37.35 37.00 37.20 36.77 Aug 36.25 36.50 36.05 36.40 b35.92 Feb 35.25 35.25 34.35 34.90 34.70 F Sales^ May 2,186; July 2,325; Aug 36«7 . Open jnterest: May 6,517; July 6,765 Aug 1,969; Feb 362. B— Bid; A— Offered; N— Nominal. some light profit taking took the edge off the advance. Rye prices tended to move independently higher, largely on trade reports of new export business. Oats prices, however, weakened near the close and ended the day on a mixed tone. Corn futures, after the opening, moved within a tight price range until the closing 30 minutes when new buying brought a firming move and at the close prices showed Improvement of up to V4 cent a bushel. The U.S. Department of Agriculture said soybean acreage and the 1969 carryover probably would increase and this tended ,o bring liquidation into the soybean complex. Ma Jul " WHEAT Open Hlih ep )ac Mar CORN sep 3ec War Way ul ep Dec OATS War Furnished by U.S. oepertment a» Atri culture, Livestock Division, Market Nr Service. Phoenix-(AP)— Demand for slaughter steers and heifers fairly good although buyers not quite as aggressive as previous week; slaughter steers, heifers and calves about steady; feed lot* very current In their offerings. Slaughter steers: confirmed 1,050 Alxed good and choice 975-1,150 tos. vlelc grade 2-3, 30-30.50; with several loads a 30 for June delivery; mostly good, end of choice, 1,050-1,150 Ibs. 29.40-29.50T , Slaughter heifers: confirmed 200. Few loads good to mostly choice 775-800 Ibs. 28.50; mostly good, few choice, 850 Ibs. 27.50. Slaughter caiv.es: confirmed «$0,_Most- -4BO Ibs. ,—., few choice, 470-41. ._-. sies f.o.b. feet[ lot .aftej- 4. per..eent dr shrink, current through April delivery unless otherwise Indicated. CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA)- Hogs receipts Wednesday .were 4,000; butchers were weak to 25 lower; moderately act'« v . e v 1 ' 2 190-225 b butchers 21.00-21.25; '80 head sorted et 41.25; 1-3 190-250 Ibs ".25-20.75; couple loads Z10-225 Ibs at Mi 2-4 2401-260 Ibs 19.75-20.25; sows une- " "" ' " it ven, generally steady, Instances 25 lower eights over 550 ibsj 18.25-19.00; on weights over 550 bs; fairly aWPSLJbS .18.25-J.9.00;, 1-3 :tlve; 1-3 "t Ibs 18.00) none; tradlna en Butter and CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) — Butter- wholesale selling prices ft to % higher; 93 score AA 67; 92,A 67; 90 B I 66%. Eggs: prices paid delivered to Chicago 1 £K? r A to Lr ia "ST' , w Mr <*"* °r °»»er jrade A whites 46-48; medium white extras i 40W-4JV4; standards 38-38'/s. NEW YORK CAP) — (USDA) — Whole- Demand te eman Wholesale sening prices based on ex change and other volume sales. New York spot quotations follow: Standards 38-42. Fancy Large (47 Ibs min) 45-48V2,- Fancy Medium (41 |bs average) 43Vi- 441/2; Fancy Smalls (36 Ibs average) 30V2-31 '/2. i Browns: None. LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Eggs unchanged. Poultry: Egg type hens (delivered) 9-11 wtdavg 9.83, (ranch) 8-9>/j wfd avg 9.10; rOflSTCrS 25. mixed hiah chelc* and orlm* 1,100-1,375 Ibs 31.50-33.00; choice »HM,32S Ibs yi«lt ?r??A j42MS-3JL.50; mixed food.and choice . 24.50-27. .50; standard and Tow good Mixed high choice and prime 950-1,100 fesjauflhter heifers yield grade 3 and 4 29.75-30.00; choice 825-1,025 Ibs yield flrade 2 to 4 28.7S-29.7S; mixed good and choice 27.75-28.75; flood 26.00-27.75; standard and low good 23.50-26.00; utility and commercial cows 19.25-21.00; few hlsh drwslnqi utility 21.00; canners and cutters 17.50-20.00; utility and commercial bulls Sheep 100; packaw choice 723 Ib wooled slaughter lambs steady at 30.00. AHA. (AP) — Cattle 4500, slaughter feeders 200, calves 25. Slaughter steer* and heifers moderately active, iteady. Cows still not established, mostly wylng nterests bearish. Bull* steady and few loads feeder steady. KANSAS CITY (AP)-Cattle 2,000; calves 200; most of supply consists of eeders and cow consigned to action; lupplv also includes supply for special eeder auction Thursday; cows slow, 25-50 lower; feeders moderately active, steady to weak; cows utility and commercial 18.75-19.75; hiqn dressing utility 20.00-50; feeder steers Tilgh good and low choice, 500-450 Ib 31.00-33.00; 650-900 Ib 18.75-31.50; good 550-850 Ib 28.00-30.50; eeder heifers choice and good and low :holce 525-750 Ib 25.M-27.50; good 485-700 b 24.00-25.50; steer calves good and low choice 360-495 b 30.00-33.50i heifer calves lood and low choice 320-465 Ib 27.00-30.00; aood 25.00-27.00. Hogs 3,000; Barrows and gilts 50 higher; 1-3 210-245 Ib 20.50-75; 2-3 230-250 Ib ;0.25-50; 2-4 240-270 Ib 19775-20.25; tt 70-300 ib 19.50-75; sows steady; Sheep 100; spring lambs under 10o Ib 25 lower; heavier weights 1.00 lower; iwes steady; choice and pr me spring ambs 31.25-50; few 30.25; ewes cull, utlP ty and good 7.00-9.00. Government bonds NEW YORK (AP) - Closing ever the counter U.S. Government Treasury bonds bid, asked, net change and yield for , Wednesday. 2'/ss 69-64 s '/ Oct Jun >:?? WiS 69-64 Dec ...97.30 4s 70 Feb 98.6 2'/7S 70-65 96.r 4S 70 Au« 97.1 2Wrt 71-66 94.L 4S 71 95.10 3%S 71 94.20 4 S 72 Feb 94.14 2'/JS 72-67 Jun ...90.22 4s 72 Aug 93.18 2Ws 72-67 Sep ....90.4 2>/jS 72-67 Dec ... .89.14 ' " 91.16 91.16 91.6 91.14 89.12 82 .: 77.14 72 70 79.16 69.24 74.16 74 74.12 69.16 69.20 8*3-78 4W 4'/6S 73 4ViS 74 i'/4S 74 I'/»S 74 IS80 ?Vis . 85 4'/is 85-75 Vis 90 I'/4S 92-87 Is 93-98 I'/9S 94-89 IS 95 .... 3'/us 98 .. Prices ;econds. r* IK. 97.6 97.12 94.14 95.28 94.28 94.22 90.30 93.26 90.12 9i.24 ..: 91.24 ... 91.14 —.2 91.24 —.2 89.28 82.16 7 8 2.1« fr 1 ' 70.8 77 ft» 70.4 ... 6.12 ... 4.13 ... 5.4( ... 4.05 +.1 5.6? ... 6.0' ... 4.46 —.4 6.05 —.4 6.0: —.2 6.05 —.2 5.64 ... 6.0! "7.'. 6J9 ... 6.21 6.20 6.18 6.02 6.24 6.18 6.18 +.4 6.16 -M 6.24 ... 6.02 ... 6.11 +.4 5.98 ... 6.09 7.10 i.57 . . ... . quoted In dollars and thirty New York potatoes .NEW YORK (AP) - Potato futures: Maine .closed unchain • • higher. Sales 1,959 contracts. High Lew close Apr 2.72 2.68 2.70 rtay 3.43 3.37 3.40 Jov 2.45 2.43 2.45 V\ar 2.79 2.78 2.79 3 TON Citrus market LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Citrus auction .all markets): pranBes! 56* 72» Mt ilk 138s 1st grade: 3.13 2.90 2.96 3.00 2.28 2nd grade: None. Trend: About unchanged. Lemons: 95* 115* 140$ l«5s MO* Trend, S ,, B ht.y 5 'SUr? * W S ' M * M LOS ANGELES (UPI-FSMNS)- Grapefruit, lemon* and oranges unchanged. May RYE )ec Mar 1.18V* 1.18% 1.1 181/4 .20'A 1.20'/> 18% 1.18 1.20</i Way SOYilANS Mog an War SOYBEAN OIL Way |.2J 2.62'* 2.62V4 2.61% ; 2.66Vfc 2.66V4 2.65% 1 2.44% 2.44V3 2.44 L.,, 2.35% 2.35% 2.34V4 2.34VJ 2.35'/4 2.39 2.39 2.381/4 2.38V4 2.391/4 New York cotton n2.42 2.43 Ul ug ep >ct iec an Aar Custom smelting NEW YORK (UPI) Custom smelter metal prices: aluminum, primary, 99 per cent plus, pure 30 Ib. Ingots 27.00 Ib.; antimony, domestic 99'A per cent pure, f.o.b. Laredo, Tex., bulk 48.50 c Ib.; copper, electrolytic delivered U.S. 44-44.25C Ib., Lake 45.00C Ib.; lead, com mon, N.Y. 14.00C Ib., St. Louis 13.80C Ib.,manganese. 99.9 per cent pure 1 to 10 tons, 29.60C Ib.; nickel, electrolytic cathode*. f.o.b. Port Colborne, One. 103.99c It.; platinum, soft, 99.5 fine J120-125 oz.; quicksilver. (521-525 76-lb. flask; tin, N.Y. prompt delivery 156.75C Ib.; tungsten powder, 98.8 per cent minium pure, S4.50 Ib.; zinc, prime western, N.Y. 14.50C Ib., East St. Lojils 14.00C Ib. Solver closed 290 to 350 higher. Sales Mar Copper closed lower to 50 higher. Sales 150 contracts. May z56.60; Jul 54.85; Sep Z53.00) Oct Z5235; Dec Z51.45; Jifi Z51.00; Mar Z50.25. z-bid. Lead, zinc and tin futures closed quiet, no sales. Cocoa NEW YORK (AP)-Cocoa futures closed 9 to 55 lower. Sales ----- • May July Sep Dec Mar May July Spot Accra S-Nominal. *43V%. Treasury notes NEW YORK .. - ury Notes bid and asked prices in dollars (AP) Closing U.S. Treas- ric and thirty seconds and approximate yield to maturity for Wednesday. May 5% 1969 Aug 6 1969 OcF m 1969 Apr m 1970 May 54i 1970 May 6% 1970 Oct T/2 1970 Nov 5 1970 Feb 5% 1971 Apr 1'/2 1971 May 5'/4 1971 Oct T/j 1971 NOV 5% 197! Feb 4V4 1972 Apr 1V4 1972 May 43,4 1972 Oct l'/2 1972 Apr IVj 1973 Oct IV? 1973 Apr l'/j 1974 Aug 5% 1974 Nov 5% 1974 Feb 5% 1975 May «1975 Feb 6'/4 .1976. Feb 61 . Subli 99.30 99.28 97.30 95.28 99.10 100.6 94 97.30 98.18 92.12 98.6 90.16 98 95.30 88.8 95.20 86.24 84.24 83.16 82.16 96.16 97.8 100.6 100 100 98.6 96.12 99.14 100.10 94.16 98.6 98.26 92.28 98.14 91 98.8 96.6 89.8 95.28 87.24 85.24 84.16 83.16 96.24 97.16 97.16 99.14 100.14 5.50 5.95 5.34 5.33 6.15 6.07 5.41 6.20 6.06 5.33 6.05 5.42 6.11 6.25 5.45 6.26 5.41 5.54 5.44 5.31 6.35 6.28 6.26 6.11 6.17 iblect to Federal taxes but 'not to State ul ug ep ct ec an Mar Apr Jun Aug Oct Dec Feb 8.06 7.83 7.35 7.26 7.26 7.32 SOYBEAN MEAL iv 73.10 73.15 74.60 74.65 74.70 74.70 73.00 73.00 68.60 68.60 67.40 67.40 ... 67.40 67.45 67. No. 2 futures closed 40 to 75 cents bale lower than the previous close. .. Hlsh Low Mav 25.14 25.01 July 25.77 2563' Oct 26.22 Pec 26.3 Mar 26.7 "z-bld. 25.~ 26.10 26.25 26.68 Accounting students awarded scholarships ALL ED TEMPE — Academic achievement has earned scholarships for the current semester for nine Arizona State University accounting students, all but one from Phoenix. Dr. William Huizingh, chairman of the college of business administration's accounting department, announced the following winners: Harold D. Vaughan, a junior, $250 from the Arthur Young and Co. Foundation; Shirley Ann Ogden and Judith Ann McNeill, Orange, Calif., both seniors, $150 each from the American Society of Women Accountants; Tony M. Astorga, a junior, and John L. Marty, a sophomore, $150 each from the ASU accounting department; Jon A. Barrows, David M. Hansen and Linda L. Velonis, all seniors, and David L. Johnson, a freshman $125 each from the Arizona Society of Certified Public Accountants. vacations Sugar REFRIGERATION *A.R.I. 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High Low Close 114.9 114.7 Z114.7 116.0 116.0 Z116.0 116.8 May 6c't v Ii6!i 1167 zii6:e Certificated wool spot 114.0 nominal. Wool tops futures closed quiet, no sales. Certificated spot wool tops 156.0 nominal. Rawhide NEW YORK (AP) _ Raw hide future* closed quiet. No sales. , . . Spot light native cowhide* 19-21. K431pes April 2 Cottonseed oil NEW YORK (AP) — Bleachable cottonseed oil futures closed, quiet, no sales. Closings: May Z12.55, July Z12.55, Sept Z12.29, Dec Z12.30. z-bld. ^^^^^^B^^^jgBR^^^^^Ri^^tBnBnn^nffnnM APARTMENT INVESTING SEMINAR Attend our I nlihl apartment uml- nar, at 7:30 P.M. April 15, U, 17. Become acquainted with apartment appraising methods, leverage, mar ket conditions, current economics, owner responsibilities, miniiement training, rental techniques, depreciation, etc. No obligation, however, reservations are required. Management Clearing 1230 E. 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