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ALL EDiOlJ t! ',"'- Phoenix, PH., April 4, I960 Grain futures pull out of decline during week CHICAGO (AP) - Grain fu tures reversed a generally declining tone of prices on the Chicago Board of trade the pas week. Prices in the soybean complex, however, continued mostly lower. Choice steer futures posted small advances again while iced broilers were mixed. The advance in wheat futures was. largely a technical reac tion to three weeks of declining prices. There was some activ< buying and as prices moved Livestock A jlaushter heifers: confirmed 100. Good to,mostly choice 850 Ibs. 28.65. Sales f.o.b. feed lot, net weight after 4 Per cant shrink currant delivery unless otherwise; Indicated. LOJ ANGELES (UPI-FSMN •toek market Artesla for April _. Cattle. 500, calves 200, slaughter cows •bout steady. Increased breed slaughter *>u » fully 1.00 to 2.00 ' lower. Slaughter utility hoisteins bulls, corn- some low classes:'" Cows '" — 2D.00-22.00, CUtferi IP mercfai be^f br—" yielding 23.J6-24.L.. Feeder cusses: Steer calves two *mai Iota mostly choice 524-528 Ib. 32.75-35.25i steers — fl'ooe — Ib.. good some 671 i Heed MllO «tlv shoict . lO; hel I6.7M good - USPA ~ yearlings; st **d calves »i.oo iteady; ] ahead some short covering de veloped. Rye prices reacted mainly t a strong demand in the May contract based on some trad belief that exports of this grain might soon expand. Corn prices responded to an improved demand for cash com at Chicago, where 4 cents ove the May futures price was paii on Tuesday and Wednesday. Oats prices generally movec with corn in considerably ligh trade. A government report indicat ing that acreage would increase and that the carryover a year's end also would be higher — tended to influence liquida tion of soybeans futures, a well as oil and meal futures. But the new crop later re sponded to a demand and al three products closed the week on aft irregular tone. WHIAT Open High Lew Close Clos Mar May Jul CORN 1.30'/» 1.3Mi« 1.401/4 1.28'A 1.27 1.27'/« 1.27^ -' -,27'/j 1.271 " - *1V 1.4W4 8»li , . '/4 1.40'/4 1.40V 1.17 1.17V4 1.16% 1.17 1.16'/ 1.19 1.19V4 1.18% 1.19 1.18'/ 1.18% 1.19 1.18% l.ll'/a 1,18V 1.15'A LIST" ! -" OATS .67 r« May Jul L T h m iep 1.18ft 1.18% 1.11 !.16'/o 1.18% 1.18 l.lB'/4 1.17 1.17% 1.20V4_1.20Vi ' "SOYBEANS 2.62,, S.62'A 2.62 2.62V4 2.61'^i 2.65% 2.66% 2.65% 2.66'/» 2.65* . . . 2.621i 2.62V2 2.62 2.44^ 2.44% 4% 2.34)6 ',4 2.38'A . 2.62V 2.44 2.34V 2.38V '•^MJ l&i 17.25 tat ISPff saTs 5K ftlft «fe «ffi »g-« M un«v«n, ayerag- fttr tLr * 7 ' 35 * y - 20 ,gj| .flffi r, r V.82S. fiSSJr """'CHOICE STBMS '* 8 - 35 a68 - 35 nontranslt from e»n off Commodity futures VYO.RK (AP) -(USDA)-Wholeiale offerings fully adequate on large; Jjte^on mediums. Demand Irregular k-,^^-vi t ?i" nB p , rlct » b*.'**! on ex- hange and other volume sales. New York spot quotations follow: Standards 37-40. Whites^ Fancv large {47 Ibs mln) 45- smalls (36 IDS average) CAGO (AP) rrrFuturey trading on hlcano Mercantile Exchanaa Tnurs- ^l %% Dec Feb Apr Jun Apr it it ! & Jun SS? n1«:«6 nl9.6C 14) July 391 AUfl 37.35 37.7 3S.OO —s nJS.TS a — — n36.00 n: 37.20 ».»^ fe ^ lies! AMw »«f !.W.. 1. Up 4(<n| j u |y 7((M Ired; N-Nemlnal. Citrir§ market (UPD-Citrus •uetlon ft VI 1 life IMa m y* Trendi U LO* ANGILIS (AP) d»SMN)-Cltrui Dividends declared TWrrtey'i flMl a-s May A U u' g "lap 74.50 74,75 72.60 72>0 48.60 48.60 f.++ /,+f 7'.M 7 - .34 "7.30 7.39 87.40 a7.35 £2 ?4 3 :Jo s ?4 3 :?8 %&J& 74 * •1.60 _«.« » S I 0.90 30.80 8.17 38.02 Fab May ICED e ' 15 - R9 ^4 H. i5:J? I, 7.92 27.8S 27.8 !:Si o—-bid! a—asked; n—nemliiaf.' rnvw g NO. 2 1 n the sorghum Butter and eggs Jnouoted. Browns: None. - Butter: Egos: prlc lower te 1 i.r«it. A • aid delivered Jo Chicago "i.wnt orbefter djum white ex Pa? oer " eeflt V.better New York wool Wo i futures wer« quiet. jlosed unchanged te fl» ^4*7 <\ti3 i..l m Frozen orange juice NG WYORK (AP) — Frozen concen ?t2 KK a * tv'f* ',"""••» CloW SO lower to 70 higher, files 350 contracts, May «.«««V"A •S^OK. JllM Z43.00 New York cotton . I»W* lower vlous < kit* nits a bale in the pre- CJOM Ch«, Bank and Trust _«ker- ORK -^ p) - from the ai following bid iked quotations with the net ,.„..,. _.. he> previous day's closing bid price, : yppll«l bx. the National Association 3 ecurities ltrs, Inc., ar« not actual t ar» repreiantative Inter- traniactlons but ar» repreiantative Inte oea «r erica*. at which 1he»a s«euritl«s couja have 5«en purchased (asked) or sold (bid). Prices do not Include rafall . markup, m W"t 2.20b N.C. . Nat Bos 2.90 Fst Nat Chi } Fst Pa Phil 1.84 Frank Nat 1.40 Manuf Hen 2,50 Mellon Nat 2.20 Slat Bk NA .60 Sec Pac NB i.28b US Trust NY 1.80 Wells Farqo Bk 1.60 Insurance &l Alex Hamil Lf Ai Am Lf .200 Allclty Ins .10b Allied Life Am Banker* Lf .I5b Am Family Lf Am Fidel Life .OSr Am Foundation .lOe Am Founders Lf t Am Gen Ins .50 Gen Am Ins pf l.BO Am Heritage Lf .20 1/4 J?*± Am Inc icorne Iff Co Lf Am Liff cos .ose Am N Fns Galv .31 ns neer Lf Am Presid Lf Am Pioneer Lf Am Public Lf Am Re-Ins NY 1.80a Am Reserve .40 Am States Lf t Argonaut Ins .50g BAAA Corp ,35 lankers Nat Lf .10r lankers Sec .10 lankers Unit lenefic Nat Lf genetic Std Lf A .159 _._ Horn Nail Bonnevllle Svl Calif Westn St .40a Chesap Lf B Chubb Corp 1.80 citizens If NY Coastal State .20 College Lf Am .10? Colonial Lf&Ac .z7 Combined Ins .40a Comwlth Lf .M ~onn Oen In .76a :ont Amer 1.20 ont Mortgage rlterlon Ins .20 rum&Forst 2.50a _rum£For pf 2.40 Eastern Life Empire Gen Empire Lf Am Employ Group 2.40 Employers Rein 2b Excel Inv .Olr Excelsior NY .40 -amlly Lf A t Farm New Wld .12 Fidelity CP .20a ?ld Union Lf .17a -Id&DeposIt 1.52 =sf Am Title .20 Fs Colony uf SO'/j 18V> 10V4 1/4 4— Vi 12Vi 14 — 24 — 5B'/J 11 'A 12V4- 6W+ B*± 4V4 + V, ' 39 Vj -., . Vfc 7V4— IV? Ife .40a =st Federal Lf .25 =st NL Ala ;ranknn %1 LH Jen Lf Wiscon Gen Relnsur 2 G Washington l» Intl CP Globe Lf&Acc .. |ovt Employees. if . Hanover Insur.l Hartford Fire 1.40 artf Stm Boll 2.40 iome Security .40 Horace Mann ndep Amer Lf ndepend L4A .54 Infercoast Lf_ ntegon CP .40 ntrHoldlng nterst Llfe&A .20 nterst Natl .ISe Jeff Pilot .80 51 Vt 53 21 2]'/4— ' 30 21 17 18.+ ' 23H 24V*— ' 5Vt 4% 339 344+2 4% SVk 15 ISVi 14V4 15V4+ i 53 54Vi- 47W 48 + S./4 Sit- 3 ?ft 3 fH- 1/3 tiff Line Kennesaw LftA Ky Central Lf .14 Lamar Life .150 Liberty Nat Lf .46 Life Assur Pa Life Fla s Insur Ga .44 Insur Ky .04r Amer Lf Line Income Lf .40a Line Consolld Lincoln Nat Lf Louisiana So Lf Loyal Am Life Madison Life Manchester L&C t Manhattan Lf .23g Mass Gen Lf Mercantile Secur Midv; Nat Ohio Mldwn Unit Lf Mission Equities 20 Modern Secur ,05g Monarch Cap .76 Monumental Lf .60 Mutual Sav Lf .07g NLT Corp .12g Nat Amer Lf Nflt Fid Lf .20 Nat |nye,»ors Lf .07 r* nvt 14V» 5 3 . 24 I, v r-"4t U& If- 1 v 8|S tic.* mi 12 Vi JVi— V* 26 ... 13V4— Old Line _._ _.ne .20 Reserve Lf .30 Un Fire .I2g ._ Westn Lf Jatlonwd A •lew Hamp Ins 1.72 NorA^LfCas.l*. 23/4 1M4 if* Occidental Lf .10 Ohio Casualty 1.20 •a*::: •$::: ' t"fc 4m::.' 9'/4... 10%— 78 ... 9V* rJ2_ : 8 Id Line Life .„„ Id Republic Lf .48b Pacific Std Peerless Ins .30 Peninsular Lf Penn Life Peoples Life .60 b Peoples Protective Phila Life .30b Piedmont M Preferred Risk .10d Protective Lf .32 Provident Lf .20 Provident ,Lf&Acc .64 Pyramid Life .20g Rep Ins Tex 1.20 Rep Nat Life .20 Richmond Safeco 1 Safeco pf .90 St Paul Co 1 Seaboard Lf s Secur Conn Lf t Security CP 2b Sec Tifle8,Guar .20 sierra Life Southland Lf 1 Swn Life Ins .60 Sfd Sec Life State Capital .28 Sun Lf Ins .28 Supreme Lf Time Insur ,40b 9 44V* 31 Vj 10VH- r/4 451/1 32Vj— '/ 18Vi C::: V ^V,- JA 33 *f ll'/j 43W 441/1— r 2%- 1JV4— V li +> V V, 433/4— 12%... 45 Tl Corp...1,40 Trans 'P 1.' Wld SF Underwriters Unlcoa .80 Unit Amer Lf s Unit Family Lf .05e Unit Founders Unit Llfe&Acc .10 Unit Services .16 JS Fld&G 4 .'ariable An Life Volkswaqen Ins Wabash If Washington Nat .68 Westn Cas8.Sl.40 West Res Hold Winner If World Svc .109 I* 9'/4 30/4 ISli 16'/4 30 73'/4 2-Wi S'/4 3'/4 40Va 48 ll'/a S'A 17Vj .. 28 - V 163/4 4? ft— V4 6'/4 . . . 12%. . . KS.l. Zenith Lf FOOTNOTES Stocks not quoted in today's, list were i.it/rt1lakla Irnm tnA KIASU. •ate* of dividends "(n the for, disbursements bas or semi-annual ' _ extra dividends or _ TL ijng'tabla are arv on the ' iteration utar are Special or not desio> ' In the nated as regular lollow no footnotes. A-Annual rate PUS extras. b-Annyal rate plus stock. d-Cash Plus stock declare/or paid in 1969. e-Paid, last year. g-Declared or paid so far this year, r- lash plus stock paid '0,1968 s-Payable n stock during 196«. t-Payable in stock durlna 1969. BUY ARIZONA— Ready for Buy Arizona Products Month, starting Monday, are Dr. Glenn Overman, left, dean of Arizona State University college of business administration, and William Barnhard, Spreckels Sugar Co. state sales supervisor and vice president of Arizona Super Corp., sponsor of the product promotion program. Dinner signals start of 'Products Month? Several hundred Arizona business and industrial leaders will attend the Arizona Super Corp.'s third annual "Arizona Products Dinner" in Phoenix Monday. The dinner is scheduled 1 for 7:30 p.m. at the TowneHouse. The evening begins with a reception and viewing of displays of Arizona products and services at 6:30 p.m. The event serves as a start for ASC's "Arizona Products Month." Guest speakers will be William B. Ottey, vice president of the Spreckels Sugar Co., San Francisco, and Jerry Colangelo, general manager of the Phoenix Suns. Master of Mutual funds NEW YORK (AP —The following quo atlons, supplied by 'he National Asspcl atlon of Sealers, he prices Securities hese could Inc., are at which securities have beer sold (bid) or bought •asked) Thurda Affiliated 8.92 9. AM Amer 1.17 1.: tlpha 12.44 13,i Amcap 6.22 6,1 Am Bui 3.84 Am Dlvln 11.7212.81 lvl rth Am Grth 7.50 8.1S Ant Inv 9.82 9.82 Am MUt 10.3411.3 Am NGW 3.52 3J Am Pac 7.79 7.T Anchor Group: Cap 9.7710.71 p n ™ fh 'I-K&B Fd Inv K kssoclatd 1 Fund B 10 afol" j ?ue S °Rld 12 ondstk 8. oit Stk 10, oston 8. road.St inadlan mm Fla Gth 8.02 8.77 Fnd Lf 5.833 6.37 Founders 8.97 9.80 Fourso 13.2514.48 Franklin Group: Com Stk 7.2? 3 DNTC 13,58 M Incom 2)59 2:84 Freedm 9.3310.20 ;und Am JO.4011,37 5en Sec 12.5$ 12.55 Gibraltar 14.6314.63 Group sec: Aero Sc 9.4410.32 Comst Ful Ad mm ' J14.32 Special 3.34 3.65 hase Group: Fund 13.3614.60 Front 105,01109.47 Shrld 13.5814.84 hemical 18.2U9.9 olonial: EQUitV Fund' IXMllS Grwth 7.13 7 ~ jrnmerc 12,71 13. omSt Bd, S.«.5.i ommonw th Fds: cap Fd ]].!! 12,14 Incom Invest Stock W.W3WI 10.3011.20 11.2312.21 5.75 6.21 10!98 12:06 10.23 n,ir . 19.47 ,omi Comp Bd Comp Fd :omstk :oncord :ons Inv 13d. :onsm c liw 5.84 6.34 :onv Sec io.50li.4( :orp Wd Unavall Intry Cap 14.4215.8 Crown W 8.05 8.8C leVegh M 80.33 80.3! )ecat Inc 13.6714.94 )efaware 15,2516.67 >elt« )lvl( Delta Tr » ?« '•«' livid Shr 3.99 4.37 >owThln .7.44.8.04 >rexel Jreyfys. 17. 14. 7,47 17.47 4,00 15,28 iaton&Howardj Balan 11 Grwth 13 Incom 6 !E!cil al Ibi^iff Ebartt "' Enret Bid Ask 15.3715.37 10.5411.52 10.6411.5 Eqult Gth 18.71 20.: 0 . 9 18 2< Explo'r "• 27.21 28:95 Enerqy Entprise Equity Essex Everst Fairfd 13.73 15.01 Frm BMU 12.59 12.59 -uM 171 rnd 27. 14.9216.31 12.7213.8; .. .8819.33 Fd Trnd 27.1729.53 Financial ~ Dynm ndust Incom 5.21 5.71 7.78 8.51 Fst InGth 10.2211.20 a!4 3ssulv. ] Add Investing 3 Fst InStk 9.5910.51 Fst Multl 11.1211.29 - t Nat 8.38 9.16 Grth Ind Gryphon 'luardn I8.C Lev lam Gjh lam hda lanover •lartweil •jedge 4 Mann Huibsmn SI Gth SI Inc mo Cap mp Gth nc Fnd nc FdB Indepnd 9.69 10.60 2J.41 23,03 19.4321,24 27.89 27,89 14.0515.19 11.8712.97 6.31 6,90 S.4S 5.94 8.19 8.95 6.21 6.79 9.99 10.92 11,2912.34 27^87 27|8 10,7711.6 ..... .... 28.5528.5 taw Wld 14.64 16.C Newton vloreast cngph mesa \ 9.09 14.49 I 8,67 . . m 14,67 li.O d 1o,|9lo.3 c 1S!33 15.3 InsBk Inv CL nv Guid nv Ind c i -- .-., inves Bos 13.4314.2 Invest Group: Stock 21:4 Select 9.1 , Va £ I* 7 *A Inv Resh 4.9 Istel 24.9 (vest 15,9 _.nnstn 2l'.7 Keyston, Fune Cus Kl Cus Kt Knlckb Knlck Gth 12.43 Lexinat "-• Lex Rsch Liberty Life Sik Life Inv Loom Is savles .02 9.84 i.61 7.2! ,59 6.1! J37 9.11 12,43 13.61 11.0412.0; 16.59 18,13 7.17 7.8, 9.02 6.61 5,59 837 5.22 5,70 7,50 8.K 8.34 9.11 Polyethylene Film 3 Ft. to 40 Ft. Widths Stvctal !• PhMHli ANTEX Plastics, Inc. 100 N. 17Hi Aw. 1IM701 Read the sound advice of Dear Abby Canad Capit Mut Manhtn Bid Ask 39.99 39.99 13.08 13.08 15.62 15.62 ~" 8.56 Mass Fnd 11.9013.01 Mass Gth 12.2713.41 Mass Tr Mates Mathers McDon Mid A Mut 15.99 17,48 8.67 8.67 13.70 13.70 10.3911,39 7.69 7.75 Moody Cp 16.6218.14 Moodv's 14.4815.83 Mortons Funds: Grwth 12.4513.85 Uncom 4.74 5.1 Insur 8.48 9.29 M F Fd 20.31 21.96 MIF Gth 6.34 6.85 Mu OmGth S.63 6.11 Mu Omln 11.2012.1; Mut Shrs 21.20 21.21 Mut Trust 2.83 2.8 NEA MUt 11.67 11,91 Nat WSec 11.1912.10 Nat Ind 12,6212.62 Nat Invent 7.98 8.59 Nat Sec )l Fund 8?fl e r s 10,?6 1i:7i 16.52 16,52 lot 8,74 9.55 ne St 12.32 12.32 oneer 14.7516,12 . .an Inv 13.4514.70 Price TR 24.1924.19 10.6811.36 5.45 5.96 Pirtnam Funds: 11.7812.74 Eault Incom Invest 12.9913. 14,85^6.23 12.21 13.34 9.2010.05 7.44 - ? Vista Rep Tech Revere Rosenthl Schuster Scudder Funds: Int Inv Spec! Bal Com St Bid Ask 12.1213.25 5.96 6.51 15.1516.56 9.91 10.84 17.79 19.44 17.6217.87 40.80 40.89 15.81 15.81 .. 11.4911.49 Sec Dlv.. 14.4015.57 sec Eault 4.? Sec Inv Selec An Sej Spec! Side 9 49 ,m 16:8311.72 CS 17.5519.19 11.0512,08 11.8612.96 _ 10,33 .w Invest 10.19 Sipma Smith B . _____ over Inv 15.7817.28 StFrm Gth 5.90 5.90 State St 51,7552.50 Steadman Fds: Am Ind 14,51 15.86 Fiduc 8,11 8.86 Sci - — - -- NEW YORK (UPI) — Custom smelter melal prices: aluminum, primary, 99 per cent plus, pure 30 Ib. ingots 27.00 Ib.; antimony, domestic 99Va per cent pure, f.o.b. Laredo, Tex., bulk 48,50 c Ib.; copper, electrolytic delivered U.S. 44-44.25C Ib., Lake 4500c Ib.; lead, common, N.Y. 14-OOc Ib.; St. Louis 13.80c b.; manganese, 99.9 per cent pure 1 to 10 tons, 29.60c Ib.; nickel, electrolytic cathodes, f.o.b. Port Colborne, Ont. 103.99C Ib.; platinum, soft, 99.S fine SI 20-125 oi.; quicksilver, 5515-520 76-1 b Flaski tin, N.Y. prompt delivery 1S6.00C Ib.; tungsten powder, 98.8 per cent minimum pure, $4.50 |b.; zinc, prime western, N.Y. 14.50C Ib.; East St. Louis UWB lb ' FUTURES Silver closed 10 to 50 lower. Sales 1,103 contracts.April 180.50; May 182700; June 183.6S; Jul 185.20; Sept 188.30; Dec J93.20; Jan 194.90; Mar 198,10; May 201.30; Jul 204.50. " Copper closed 15 to 65 higher. Sales 143 contracts. May Z57.25; Jul 55.22; ' 53.30: Oct. 152.65; Dec zSl.65; Cien 6.29 6,87 Stein Ro« Funds: Bal 21.1621.16 Cap Op 16.3516,35 Stock 14.7« J4.76 Sup InGth 7.78 8,53 Svncr Gth 12,84 1 J;05 TMR Ap 27.1829.70 Teachrs n.7412.23 Techvst 9.04. Techncl 7.10 8.72 9^0 22.47 24.5> Trarf Ca^ h .'ynayajj Tecno Temp°0t 22:47 84.56 lower.MR 1,61 7,41 TwenC ;.04 5,53 S wenC Inc 5,44 5.9: nlf MUt 12.06 13,1 Unfd. _ •11.341239 United Funds: ' ' ' Incom 14,99 U.38 8.62 9.64 .. ------ . . UnFd Can unavall Value Lint Funi ,-. Lin Incom ,Spl Sit 9.20 10.08 6.26 6,86 9.53 10.44 VanceS spl 8.65 9.45 Vandrbt 9.61 10.55 Vangd 5.61 6.13 Var IndPI 5.83 6.34 Viking 7.99 8.68 WallSt In 12.4713.63 Wash Mu 14.71 16.08 Wellflton 12.71 13.82 West Ind Whltehll Unaysil 14,8) 16"oi 20,7722." 13,78 15,( Wortl Custom smelting i Sep Mar ZS0.40.P z-bid. Tin closed — ...^..... .«.. M » ^ tracts. Oct zlSl.OO; Dec zl50.50.z-bid. Lead and zinc futures closed quiet, no sales. Cottonseed oil ;d oil futures closed quiet, no sales. zl2.29?"plc. Z12.30. z-bid. " V Z ' 2 S * Pt ' Commercial space for rent Ideal location for a florist, candy store, travel bureau, interior decorator, exclusive dress salon, art gallery.,, EXECUTIVE TOWERS 207 West Clarendon Phone; 264-5588 Mr. & Mrs. Freeman Managing Directors ceremonies will be Rep. Timothy A. Barrow, R-Maricopa. Other highlights of the evening will be a musical presentation featuring Arizona products and services by the Arizona Super Corp. Production Co. and the crowning of "Miss Arizona Industry." The queen candidates are: Tana Leigh Miller, Tucson, senior, University of Arizona; Barbara Ryker, Tempe, senior, Arizona State University; and Aria Jo Greene, Scottsdale, junior, Northern Arizona University. ASC Is a nonprofit, statewide organization ol manufacturers and service oriented companies dedicated to making Arizonans more aware of products and services available from Arizona firms. Thomas L. Frankovic, resident manager of the National Brewing Co,, Phoenix, is president. ASC, as part of its program, will conduct an "Arizona Products Sweepstakes" April 7-30 with some 400 grocery stores throughout the state, plus an extensive public service campaign using newspaper, radio, television and outdoor advertising. APARTMENT INVESTING SEMINAR Attend our 3 nitht apartment seminar, at 7:30 P.M. April IS, U, 17. Become acquainted with apartment appraising methods, leverage, market conditions, current economics, owner responsibilities, management trainlni, rental techniques, depreciation, etc. No ebliiation, however, res- ervatlons art required. Management Clearing 1230 I. Camelback 264-1007 Arliona'i lanest marketplace tor apartment Investors Exchanges take holiday Stock exchanges across the country will be closed today In observance of Good Friday. Commodity exchanges also will be closed. Cotton vote set in May WASHINGTON (AP) - Upland cotton growers in all producing counties will vote in a mail referendum May 5-9 on whether to permit transfers of 1970 acreage allotments from one county to another, the Agriculture Department announced yesterday. If approved by the two- thirds majority of those voting, growers will be allowed to sell or lease allotments to farmers in other counties. Allotments may not be shifted to other states, officials said. The transfer of cotton allotments is authorized by the Food and Agriculture Act of 1966, and has been approved by growers in most counties each year since, the department said. Trinity Cathedral 100 W. Roosevelt GOOD FRIDAY 12 to 3 THE SEVEN LAST WORDS FROM THE CROSS" If you an one of the Arizona Winter Visitor* who level the pleasant Phoenix climate, the culture, |0lf, special events, and |ust good leisure living, If you visit the Valley every year.,. or would like to... then til* suggestion i* especially for you. Before you leave Phoenix this spring, take a few mo* ments to discover how th« economy and all the pleasure and the security of own* ln| an Encanto Townhoutt by Hallcraft could ba a highly favorable investment for you. Encanto Townhouse s offer modern leisure living usually found only at «xclusiva Country clubs. You'll ba Just a short walk from... return, the person who hatea to w h «lt,-0gr Executive Service costs For Appointment SUITE 226 UNITED New York potatoes Rawhide PAT lARRETTS Nawly RamadtM ana I Qol&ide LOUNGK LOg U buV& Al iToTlt:L ONE DAY SERVICE ON DENTAL PLATES: Teeth extracted and dentures placed in mouth in just one day DR. PEASE AND ASSOCIATES • Fillings • Extractions t Partial! 1st St. & Washington FOX THEATRE BLPG., PHOENIX DAILY 7:30-5 P.M. ~ SUNDAY 7:20 A.M.-NOON FREE PARKING N* Wilting . , . Complete Dt*ral Care for Iv«ry Member ef Yevr Nnlly. Ttelh fxtractej ud Peitwre* Plfc«iJ !• Mevth i« On* 0»y. QeMliti en P«ty. 4 DENTISTS PENTOTHAL OR DAS ANESTHESIA Whoafeit? Whoeares! Any one of a hundred different insects may be bugging your flowers. That's why you need the one insecticide that can kill virtually all of 'em. Spectracids*. In fact, Spectracide will protect your trees, shrubs, lawn, fruits and vegetables from just about any insect that may be bugging them. So simplify insect control by protecting everything you grow with Spectracide. It comes in three easy-to-use forms, liquid concentrate, granular and pressurized spray. All are available at your local nursery or garden supply I M> "" §pectracide Encanto Park Golf Court*, one of the valley's finest. The Townhouse complex hat it$ own private pool... The Very Rev. Elmer B. Usher, Preaching There Is a large clubhouse with an adult lounge. A billiard and game room also for your pleasure... Separate his and hers physical fitness rooms... CAREFREE DEVELOPMENT Separate saunas too for your pleasant relaxation... FINANCING ARRANGED CALL, WRITE, PHONE FOR FREE ESTIMATE. 2544705 or 254.3043. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY . . . . DENTURE REPAIRS WHILE YOU WAITI Handsome liveable single* level plans you'll ba proud to own In a choice central Phoenix location with con* venient access to all parts of the Valley. An ideal and surprisingly economical way to spend your winter months... at the same time building a valuable equity In a wise investment. When you art ready to leave you can lock your door for • weak, a month or as long at you choose with the satis* faction of knowing that ill axterior malnttnance and •II grounds cart is dona for you year'round. Hard to believe? Why not taka a faw moments while in Phoenix to see (or yourself? Just follow this aimpla map ., i to this famous emblam. It could QDin the door for you to a most Pleasant and Profitable Vacation,,. yajr after year after year,

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