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RLPUHUC n I M 1 r> r-o ommoe S2 Phoenix, Fri., Aug. 14,1970 Aberdn Insect damage report sends corn futures sharply higher CHICAGO (AP) — New crop set new highs for the season in corn futures, reflecting some several options, that insect infestation . . 6.10 6.60 5.20 5.20 8.7 4.6 7, 7... 5.11 concern might cut tion. bulled ahead esuuon Soybeas priceSi however Am EOJJ *% r( ? C 'were under selling pressure Sffl^ut *S cents a „ ,_ . . ..i*.. 1 :. , AmN cm 2.19 bushel on the Chicago Board of SP,hSS fewer" Trade yesterday, but profit-tak- closed sharply lower ' ing at the close pared the advance. Corn, wheat and oats futures Livestock Furnished by U.S. Department ot Agriculture, Livestock Division Market News Service et Newsservice. PHOENIX (AP) — Fairly good demand for slaughter steers with prices steady to 25 lower. Instances 50 off compared with previous week's close. Not established on slaughter heifers. Inquiry at the feedlots slowing with offering very current. Slaughter steers: Confirmed 1,600. Good te mostly choice 975-1,050 Ibs. 30.00-30.50; mixed good and choice 1,000-1,035 Ibs. 20.00: good 950-975 Ibs. 27.75-29.00 with several loads 650-760 39.00 to Texas; few loads standard and low good 650-900 Ibs. 24.50. KANSAS CITY (API-Cattle 4,400; calves 400; feeder auction: fully steady jrices, except fleshy and partly fattened steers over 850 Ib steady to 50 lower; feeder steers choice under 500 Ib not established; high good and low choice vhin 500-650 Ib 21.00-33.00; choice 675-775 Ib off grass 30.70-32.05; high good and rftostly choice 730-850 Ib 28.70-30-75; fleshy qeod thirt 450-600 Ib 30.00-33.00; fleshy and partly fattened 750-995 Ib 28.0S-27.40; 400-950 Ib 27.30-30.00; feeder heifers high good and choice 500-700 Ib 28.00-31.00; good 475-775 Ib 26.00-28.30. ;Hogs 3,000; barrows and gilts fully Steady; 1-3 210-250 Ib. 22.75-23.00; 1-3 1TO-210 Ib 22.00-75; 1-2 185-190 Ib 21.00) 2J.OO; 1-2 180-185 Ib 20.00-21.00; 2-4 250-275 Ib 22.35-75; 330 Ib 20.25; sows fully steady; 320-400 Ib 18.00-20.00; 400-650 Ib 16.5018.00. Sheep 125; fully steady; lambs choice and prime 27.00-28.00; shorn ewes cull. Utility and good 4.00-7.50. ..CHICAGO (AP)-(USDA) - Cattle re- fAP) — (USDA) — Cattle re- £.f. ts .,J_ h ". rs .*'£. £SC.!«?/,.•«"•» swiy canners and ."Sheep 100; package choice and prime 100 Ib sprinq slaughter lambs 29.50; part load good 82 Ibs 25.00. ^.Commodity futures ..CHICAGO (AP) — r-uiuiea iraums I the Chicago Mercantile ExchangeThurs Affiliatd Afutre All Am F .. Allstate 8.' Alpha Fd Amcap Am Bus Am Dvln _.. Amer Express Caplt tn incm* Invest Specl Am Eqty 3'.82 i'.T? selling pressure through most of the session and A strong factor in the buying of corn futures, after a rather irregular first half, were some trade reports that evidence of southern blight on corn plants had spread in Illinois. Earlier, the infestation had been reported into central Illinois. While reports circulated on the exchange floor enough to stampede buyers, agricultural authorities would say publicly only that the blight had been noted, but would not estimate any possible damage to plants. As buying activity in corn turned strong, wheat and oats interest perked up and both commodities then began to advance Soybeans, oil and meal displayed some strength for a time around noon. Late in the session, however, selling for profit weakend the complex. Op«n Hltrt; Low CIOM oSie Incme Fd Inv Vent Assocla Astron WHEAT Sep Dec Mar May Jui Sep Mar May Jul OATS Sep Dec Mar May. 1.49'A .... .J 1.501/4 1.48V4 1.50V* 1.48% 1 .S4V4 1.5M4 1.S3V7 1,5514 1.54 1.57 1.58V4 1.55'/s 1.57% 1.54V4 1.54% 1.56IA 1.53% 1.551/i 1.54 1.48V2 l.SO'/j 1.47% I.SO'/i 1.48 ! ^ 1.41% 1.37% 1.40% 1.37V4 \h 1.40% 1.34V4 1.39% 1.34V4 . . . . .4 1.42V4 1.45V» 1.41'A 1.44V1 1.41'4 1.441/4. 1.48% 1.44 J.47 1 43'/i 1.46 1.49% 1.45% 1.48V4 1.46 .70Vj .72Vj .70% JV/2 .70% .72W .73 ,75 .72V? .745 .73V4 ,75% .72'/s . 5'/4 .,»-/. 'SOYBEANS* Jm ™ ' 74% ' 72Vj _ . AU9 2.83Q 2,841/3 2.811* 4.81 Vi 2.84'/j Futures trading on Sep 2.84'/4 2.85Vj 2.81 Vi 2.81 '/z 2.84W LIVE get Dec fieb Apr Open High Low Close Close BEEF CATTLE 28.75 28.77 Nov an Aar Map ul 28.75 28.47 28.70 28.'77 28.77 828.75 a33.75 28.80 ^ U S 9 ales:. Aug 346; "oct 4obTD 3 e 2 c'358? 2 F'eb 84; April 33; June 19; Aug'71, O. x • LIVE HOGS Aug 23.00 23.05 22.75 23.00 Oct 17.90 19.90 19.75 19.80 Dec 19.35 19.35 19.17 b!9.20 Feb 19.10 19.10 19.05 17.05 19.00 19.00 19.00 17.00 ir.ia AU9 32; Oct 48; Dec 74; Feb 7; \Aar May Jul «. I..., 19.35 . 19.12 17.15 Dec Feb Apr •Sales: Aoril 2. • SHELL EG6S Auq 34.25 b37.00 36.25 b36.60 35.00 Sep 41.60 42.15 40.75 42.15 41.70 Oct 38.« 38.75 37.85 38.55 38.45 37.40 37.90 39.00 39.85 37.70 38.45 38.45 37.95 38.20 38.40 37.00 37.00 36.50 37.00 37.15 Aug 1; Sep 2,775; Oct 162; Nov ep Xt Dec an ICED Oec Jan • Sales: 55; Dec !3.55 23.'?! IDAHO POTATOES Nov nS.OO 5.00 4or n5.35 n5.35 %v 5.73 5.82 5.73 5.80 5.72 'Sales: N»v. 0; April 0; May 47. < FROZIM PORK BELLIES Aug ^ 34.00 36.25 33.55 34.12 34.30 Peb • 30.50 30.75 30.40 30.70 30.60 May ' 3l!45 3K67 3l!40 3K60 3K62 jnl 1 n32.10 632.10 'Sales: Auo 5,457; Feb 582; March 142; Way 31; July 0. /Open Interest: Aua 5, 798; Feb 3, 012; March 984; May 534; July 43. , b—Bid; »—Offered; n—Nominal. iul kug oep _ _^ Nov 23.92 23.'72 23.'50 an 25.25 25.25 24.90 Mar 24.05 26.05 26.80 JASH GRAIN: Wheat ellow l.51V 2 n; No. 2 soft .orn No. 2 yellow 1.41% n. uais no 2 heavy .white. 76% n. Soybeans No: Butter and eggs ,-NEW YORK (AP) - (USDA) - Whole- *ele egg offerings barely adequate. Demand fair yesterday. '.Wholesale selling prices based on volume sales. 'New York spot quotations follow: • Standards 32-34; /Whites: Fancy large (47 Ibs min) 37-38. Ffancy medium (41 Ibs average) 29V2-30'/2. F>ncy smalls 34 Ibs average) 20-20V2. *'UOS ANGELES (UPI-FSMN) — Eggs: To. consumers AA extra large 51-57, ,' ' larie 35-54, AA medium 39-47. 'Poultry: egg type hens (delivered) 5^7- wtd BVB 4.15, (ranch) 4Vj-5 wtd av* 5.13; roasters 24-26; youns hen tyrkeys 23-23V2, young torn turkeys 22. '.CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) - Butter: wholesale selling price unchanoed; 93 score AA 67.798; 73 A 49.798; 70 B 47.798. Eggs: prices paid delivered to Chicago V2 lower to T/2 higher; 80 per cent or better grade A whites 34-37; medium white extras 27'/j-28; standards 30-31. Nickel, electrolytic cathodes, f.o.b. Port Colborne, Ont., 128.00C Ib. Platinum, soft, 99.5 fine, J130-S135 w. Quicksilver, 405-415 76-lb. flask. Tin, N.Y., prompt delivery, 168.00C Ib. Tugsten powder, 98.8 per cent minimum pure, $3.90 Ib. Zinc, prime western, N.Y, 16.00c Ib.; East St. Louis 15.50C Ib. FUTURES Silver closed 100 to 110 lower. Sales 1,623 contracts. Sep. 176.00; Dec. 180.90; Jan. 182.40; Mar. 185.50; May 188.60; Jul. 91.70; Sep. 194.80; Dec. 199.00. Copper closed 40 to 50 higher. Sales 429 contracts. Sep. 56.80; Dec. 57.25; Jan. 57.30; Mar. 57.50; May 57.50; Jul. 57.45; Sep 57.40. Citrus market 'LOS ANGELES (AP) - Grapefrui and orange prices are steady. Lemons •re about steady: 140s 6.50-6.75; 1 6.00-6.25. ,-Sunkist Growers reported representative orange auction prices by size slight\y higher. Sunkist first grade: 56s 3.87; Tfe 3.56; 88* 3.69; 113s 3.79; 138s 3.59; 1 63s 3.00* 'LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Citrus auction (all markets Oranges: 72s 88s 113s 138s 163s 'T j (7 ., 3 ' M , 3' 69 3 - 79 S- 53 Trend: slightly higher. L>mons 95s 115s 140s 165s 2 T H u, u S ' M 5 ' 87 . *•» 6 -" Trend: higher small sizes. Sugar NEW YORK futures No. 10 contracts. .. . Hlsh November 814 ., R , a . w , J s u .9V soot 8.20. (AP) - Domestic sugar 2 h ' 9h ^ s ales 27 Low 8,16 Close Z8.1 t'»i' i j * u «* 3 ' jivui O..CU, hK d |.TA r 2 N 4°26 8 Cl ° ?ed - 1 IOWer t0 * September October November May July September October contracts. ill 18 5T2 • J.Oo . o.o2 3.90 3.85 3.91 3.85 — v . • 3 92 3 91 .•s-Ttominal) z-Bid ' 23.84 S3.87 Z3.88 Frozen orange juice NEW YORK pranse luice .,.to 45 lower. Sales (AP)—Frozen concentrate futures closed 'unchanaw sles 125 contracts. 37.- 39.25 37.25 39.45 37.45 40.30 40.35 40.75 40.85 39.j| 239130 40.15 Z40.20 Z40.3 40.75 240.80 Z40.6 Raw bides ight naflve cowhides 141/2. Dividends declared ..ThundW* Firm Dividends OMl*r«d '' • Pe* Stt(. of Pay- Rite rlod Record abl Abittol Paper Amer Airier Cement Ce OMITTED 9-1 10-1 ctatt F)tNI Cement tanoc 18k B»nk of Calif birth Spencer Cirpenter Tech Clark Equip Continental Tel Executone Pbrd Motor Can Gtn Employment Green Shoe Oulf&West Ind GulfMcAOhiG RR Hammond Corp lcuisi«n« Ldfc'x ' XX i •"'•'/' *•*" I '* *•" I '* *.O^*T4 2.86V2 2.87V2 2.83% 2.84V< 2.86V4 2.92% 2.89V4 2.89% 2.94 2.98V4 2.941/4 2.94V2 2.94% J 3.02V4 2.97 2.92 2.97 SOYBEAN Ol 9 11.50 3 10.90 t 10.48 C 10.25 10.15 10.05 11.50 10.90 Kfl 071 \lf 10 - 91 82.90 82.95 82.25 81.70 82.15 81.25 79.40 80.80 79.00 78.25 79.20 77.80 77.60 78.40 77.25 77.75 82.70 81.95 80.40 a79.50 79.10 78.30 78.10 77.70 6.0 ,, vellow 2.81'/2 n. Soybean oil 1.55 n. No. 2 Los Angeles Grain Market. Mutual funds NEW YORK (AP) —The following quotations, supplied bv the National Association of Securities Dealers, inc., »'• the prices at these could securities ui Admiralty Funds: A.I, uJ Grwth Incom Insur Vl! 4.65 5.10 3.42 3.75 Advlsrs 4ll2 4! 2& 3i07 8.40 7.40 .... 4.43 7.11 8.43 7.35 8.03 6.61 6.97 7.44 Gt'h Am Pac 4.21 4.21 7.23 7.70 2.19 2.39 5.72 4.25 ,- : *-\3ll VII J.OJ Axe Houqhton: Fund A Fund B fcTcp Babson IS? 1.'17 3.65 3.99 6.19 5.18 3.82 **. ffi 6.73 5.68 4.15 BerS Gth Blair Fd Bondstk Boston Sf Bost Fdn .-.,/ 10.47 W 4 7 :J! «2 !% 4.53 7.14 8.83 9.64 ._.._,. 7.02 7.47 Iroad St 10.95 11 97 lullock Calvin: Bullck 11.1212.18 Candn 17.1818.58 Dlvld 3.07 3.37 NafW S 9.16 7.99 NY Vnt 11.0412:09 BusM Fd 4.12 6.71 CG Fd Capamr Caplt Inv ~:apit Shr :ent Shr . . 7.03 7.60 2.57 2.8 & Funds: 9. Com St Grwth Ineom „ Specl 1.34 Chase Gr Bos: Capit Fund Frnt Shrhd Specl ..4710.57 1.37 1.50 4.07 4.45 6.52 7.13 Cwlth Cwlth — Come As Comp Bd 1$ 5.85 7,40 8.24 Eafon- i Howard: Balan Grwth Incom Specl ..Stock Eberst Egret Emrs Sc Energy Entprse 8.73 7.54 7.42 10.30 5.21 5.47 4.60 7.21 10!35 11.31 7.«n 10.74 4.12 4.50 10.44 10.46 Equity Equt iqut Gth 7.84 8.20 Jssex 12.0612.04 Everst In 10.5711.57 F-D Cap 4.10 4.44 fd Falrfd 7.37 8.05 , Bu 8.02 8.02 Grth 10.1311.07 t\L!32t Incom vent FstF Va Fstln DIs Fst InGth Fst InStk Fst Multl > let 3.22 3.53 4.72 5.38 3.46 4.02 6.03 6.61 6.10 6.68 6.79 7.44 7.27 7.41 Flet Fnd Fla Gth Fnd Gth 114.82 ..... ilM.« . -jrsq 7.85 1.58 Franklin Group: Grwth . Utll Incom Freedm Fd frMut Fund Am Gatewy Gen Sec «.•., Uf ^. Gibraltr 5.04 5JH Group S 4.84 5.30 5.64 6.18 1.74 1.93 4.91 7.57 8.10 8.10 7.14 7.85 5.92 4.40 8.25 8.25 5.04 5.09 .—,- oec: Apex F 5.57 4.09 Bal Fd 7.42 8.33 Com St 10.8711.08 irthFd A 5.77 6.33 irth Ind 15.3415.34 Jrvphn 12.2613.40 Juardn 20.01 20.01 3.56 3.89 5.38 5.88 6.71 7.33 1-44 ndepnd 4.47 5.14 nd Trnd 10.00 10.73 "j^LO! ?.4! 3.72 JJ.I f J.«»l %J./<E TGN 6.81 7.36 8M ASK Inv CoA 10.4711.44 Inv Guld 7.28 7.28 Inv Indlc 4.76 4.74 inves Bos 7.5710.44 Mut " 8i40 ?ll3 Pros 3.01 3.27 StOCK 14.5715.83 Select Var Py Inv Resh Istel Ivy .... ... J Hncock 6.18 6.7 Johnstn 16.2216.2 Keystone Funds: Apollo 7.44 8.16 Cus B1 18.0418.83 Cus B2 17.7317.35 CUS B* 7.74 8.4B Cus K1 6.70 7.32 Cus K2 3.91 4.27 CUS SI 14.8716.22 Cus S2 8.56 945 CUS S3 5.75 6.28 CUS S4 3.23 343 Polar 2.85 3.13 Knickb 5.81 6.37 Knlck Gt 6.22 6.81 Lex Grth 6.40 6.9? Lex Rsch 11.8713.07 Liberty 4.64 5.07 Life Stk 4.33 4.73 L fe Inv 5.53 6.05 Line Nat 7.85 8.58 Lino 2.45 2.90 Loomls Sayles: Canad 32.4632.46 0 . B R 7 9 :|] 1 i> 7 6 3 3.94 8 94 Vials Gth 8!78 9 Mass Tr 11.91 1302 Mates 2.86 2.86 Mathers 8.r~ — Merid Fd " Moo^y CP lOiOS lOii "*» •*• "v* T.V*. 4.37 U Cjtlln 8.45 9,40 iut Shrs 11.44 11.44 Mut Trst 1.71 1.71 NEA Mut 7.91 8.0^ Nat Ind 7.78 7.78 Nat Invst 5.49 6.22 Nat Secur Ser: Balan 9.io 7.75 Bond 4.40 5.03 Dlvlrt 3.45 3.77 7.22 7.89 5,74 4.27 Incom Stock Nel Grth 4.26 4.44 4,40 7.21 NeWc'e't 3^37 3'.47 Yeuw Fd 15,44 15.44 «lew Wld 10,fl 11.47 ilewton 11.7212.81 »llch Strg 7.83 7.83 Yoreast 13.8713.87 Ocngph 5.77 5.79 Omega 5.31 5.43 100 Fd 11.3912.45 101 Fd 8.01 8.»2 One WmSl 1.4? 11142 O'Nell 11 3411.34 Oppenh 4.20 4.78 Qep. AIM 8.53 9.32 OTC Se Pace Fnd Paul Rev Penn $a Pa Mut >hlla 'ilgrlm 'itot >ine St 'Ion Ent 9 4.44 7.04 if, if i?:?J,2 3! 4.98 7.. 5.74 6.2 . 8.77 8.9 S.» 5.6 Plon Fnd j" Inv »M ..„ Funds: Grwth 17.7717.77 N Era 8.14 8.14 8 476 7! 5.47 S. A & ill «2 1&1J- Fd 4i41 4!I inTjn/jjjiSj'jJ.; m St Security F EqutV Invest 6. , Ultra S. SeTec Am 7.u .. Sel Specs 11.83 12. Sentl Gth 6.50 7. Sham Frt 7.r- - ll'.i Mi de itama Funds: fact! 6.15 Invest S. Trust mith B wst Inv wlnv Gt . over Inv 11.701 pectra S.33 . rFrrri Gt .4.26 4. tate St 35.2535.25 1.87 7.7 7.33 8.0 7.44 7.4 7.15 7.7 .4.54 4.9 .. .14 . . rrri Gt .4.26 4.26 te St 35.2535. teadman Funds: Am Ind 5.85 Flduc 5.11 . Sclen 2.57 2.12 Stein Roe Fds: Bal 15.24 15.24 Cap Op 6.37 6.39 Stock 10.34 10.34 " 5.24 5.7« jyncr Gt TMR. AP Techno) 5.74 «: Temp Gt 73,73 2SJ Tow MR Tran Cap Trav Eq 'udor Fd Ontf'AJlut Unlfd M^ndi: Accm 5.4 v?rf '" % S" •"»' Incom SPI Sit Viking WallSf 'In Wash Mu Wellinatfi Expfr lve«r ,echy U wfr d md .... 4.2( W U 10.0711.03 Group: ! !l ! i 4.41 liUtt 7.?? 8.55 Bank and Trust Over the Counter ?A n Jtr. Trust 4^ Insurance .,_... , NEW .YORK (A < r ,om Plied The following old Pr-ey.*r3ay's; £$A?•& cby K?,,H a ."^[ Assocratlon a^Se- Sain Stock -Inc Amer Lf -Inc Income Lf .401 ulncoln Cons .loe -ouislana So Lf .oyal Am Life Yngstn Find feta " the "» " not include - * Mldwn" Nat Ohio MdwnUnltLlfe isfle 83.00 Franklin "NY' Cp 1 40 81.70 Mellon Pin 2.20 Bk Nor Am .60 Trust AmBkrsLfFIa .20b ^!TJ^,5?, l 3J i| y,. l -ife AmFoundatiOnLf' .05e . _— ,.. an .ie No. 2 hard A mFoundersLlfe .06e red l.Sfli/2 n Am fi ua , r . antv * i. Oats No. 2 $ m Heritage Lf .20 Soybeans Nol A 2 '.1 c .?me Life _ ',... iiicomu WMC Am Intl Group jo Am IntlGrpcvpf 2 A ~ N. Ins Galv .38 Pioneer Life Public Life Am Am yellow corn from the East 2 yellow grain sorghum nm £ e 'iisumT nonSfifft fr N om WSI fisSS,^ JMA ~ Custom smelti citing (UP " ~ Custom P1US ' ' pure u - s - eg boxad x'»>^« Corp .40 3ankersNatLlf .15e Bankers Seeur jo 3eneflc Nat Corp Jenefic Std Lf A 4n =alif Westn St ?40 -apltalHoldjngCp .40 Chase Nat Life s Chesapeake Lf B = hubb Corp 1.60 CoastalStLflns .25e College Univ Colonial LlfelAcc Columbia National t Combine Ins .40b ConnGenlnsur .84 Cont Amer Life 1 -opt Mortgage Criterion Ins .30 CrumiForster 1.80 Crum&For.pf 2.40 .10 New York wool unchanged Thursday. Commission r selling was offset by trade buying, t ty was curtailed In view of the were house Actlv- Broaching "resumption' of'The^'Australian wool sales next Monday. This will mark the start of the new 1770-71 wool selling •?asor. there. Woo) tops futures were quiet. Wool futures closed unchanged. March Low 101.4 Close 101.4 Certified wool spot s95.0. Wool tops futures closed quiet. No sales. Certificated spot wool tops $138.5. s—Nominal. New York potatoes NEW YORK (AP) - Potato futurets Waine closed"! 396 contracts. Nov. Mar. - o ure: to 4 cents higher. Sales May 2.87 3.08 3.69 Low 2.50 2.82 3.03 3.61 [astern Life •ducator&Exec -jmpire Gen FjmoloyersGroup 2.40 Exce Invest :xcelslpr NY .44 pXecutlveLfln NY Family Lf A s FarmtHomeLfe ,30e Farm, New Wlb .12 FidelitvCp .20 Fid Union Life .15 Fst Am Finan .20 Fst Colony Life FstFederalLlfe .32 Fst Mortgage Ins t Founders Fmancial Franklin Life .40a ILHEnterprlses 5en Relnsur 1.40 ? eo Washington apltal — Globe Capita, f3lobe Lf&Acc .08d Gov Emplovlns Ib GovtEmpLlfe .20 Great Cmwlth Lf Gt Southern .28 Gt West Life 1.40 Hamilton Intl Cp t Hanover Insur 1 Hartxd Stm Boll 1.32 Home Security .40 HoraceMannEd .07* 1C Liquidating Cp Indep Amer Life Independents, A .44 Integon CP .20 jnterflnanclal Inc Intl Holding Interstate Corp .20 Kemperco Co .60 .16 Ky Central Lf ClOM LACOP Corp 2.50 Lamar Llfe..40e 2.84 LlbertyNatLife .30 3.04 LifelnsurGa .48 3.43 Life Inv Inc 44 V, 54% 27 34 9% 2Vj* 13 9 10 79 ' 55V2 15 3 "' 8 13'/2 12% 3% 10% 6 371/i 7>/2 4 44'/4 3P/4 SOW 16W 39 S</4 8</4 31/2 41 V4 81/4 5% 12% 6 12% 7V4 2% 347 31/2 111/4 10'/2 401/5 22V4 S% 8% 39 17W 28'/2 16V2 124 6V4 20% 61/4 5% S'/t 91/4 161/2 f 34 20V2 14 13 Ask Net 65 — i/i 24'/i 291/4 7% 7'/4 2% 14% W» + Vi 44% — % 81 -1 |±1 ISV'j — Vi 14Vj — 1/4 13% - 1/4 13 251/7 11% 7 38V4 — 1/4 38^ fb^ 53$ - Vi 32'/4 «"*-Vi i ±s K* 1314 21 +11/4 7V» + '/i Monumental of A 2 Mutual Sav Lf .16e + Vi 27 7 13% 12% 2% 350 3% 11% - ,. 8 — Vj 111/4 41'/4 +1V4 9W - 271/j - V, - 1/2 9% *i* + CIA 3.r +6W 'A Hith Low ' 2°/4 i 71/4 5% 12% Last Chi. 3 f 4% 13V2 — 1/4 % Mat Life Fla Mat Old Line .20 ^JatReserveLfe .30 Mat Westn Lf Matponwd A YorAmLfCas .15e MorAmLifelns .20 Mor Atlan Life Morth Cent .10 ^lortheastHartfdlns 1 MorthwestNatLlfe. .36 Occidental Lf .10 3hio Casualty ,68 Old Line Life .30 3ldRepublntCp .48b Pacific Std s Peerless Ins .30 PenlnsularLife .12e Penn Life Protective r iina i_lfe .40 Piedmont Man Preferred Risk .I2e ProtectiveLife .40 ProvidentLfND ,22b ««; vw v 4 Rep Nat Life .20 Richmond Corp 1 lafeco 1.20 iafeco pf .70 it Paul Ins Co 1.12 . oeaboard Life SecurltvConnLfe s Security Cp 2b SecLife&Acc .30 sec Title&Gu-ar .20 Sierra Life Southland Life 1 Swn Life Ins .80 Std Sec Life Statesman Group .log SunLifelns .28a Supreme Life Time Holblng .40 Underwriters Nat Unicoa .80 Union Fidelity Unit Amer Life s UnCompaniesLfe ,10r UnltFlrelns .20e Unit Founders s Unit Liberty Lt Unit LifetAcc .10 Unit Sav Life Unit Services .15r Variable An Life Vico Corp Washington Nat .68 WashqtnNat pf2.50 Westn Cas&S 1.40 Westn Resources Windsor Life WorldSvcLlfe .10r Zlenith Unit Corp SVi 8'/i 11% 13 1 /* 9 2'/j 14«/4 33% 37 7'* 26% 32 12 41/4 St 3% 54/4 9 33 3'/4 13 13V» 12 12'/4 28% 46 16% 37Vj 22 10% 6 295/4 29% 8% 2% 10'/4 14V4 18'/4 7% 5V» 5W 3 — i 6% 7'/2 121/a 14 271/4 — 1/4 3^6 — 10* 5% 14% 3W 33'/2 — iJ 16^ 14 — 1/4 13 573/4 — 1/4 \*tl 13'/4 — 1/2 lli/i "OV4 + 1/2 10%)+ V 20 J * 15% — Vj 15V4 — l/i 23 7% 4H 17V4 — V4 JVk — 18V4-V4 TVt Cottonseed oil NEW YORK (AP)—Bleachable cotton seed oil figures closed quiet, no sales. Closings: Aug z13.50, Sep zlZ.SO, Oc Z12.75, Dec Z12.75, AAar Z12.75, Ma" Jul Z12.75.—z-bid. WE HAVE BUYERS In Phoenix NOW, who want to buy profitable businesses. If you are not getting sales action PHONE NOW. Your confidence will be respected. WALTER POCOCKAnec. 1137 I. CameJbock 279-fSal OWeit and tartest Business Broker ********************** Standard TYPEWRITERS UNDER $85 WHILE THEY LAST!! Underwood TM5 Reg. $135 ^ ?«y«l FPE Reg. $149,50 RC Allen Reg. $79 ..., ,Q Smirii Corona 62E Reg. $109 Open 1:00-5:00 BUSINESS MACHINES Industrial production rises slightly WASHINGTON (AP) - Industrial production rose slightly in July, reversing three consecutive months of decline, the Federal Reserve Board reported yesterday. However it was 3 per cent below its level of a year before. The index, a key indicator of the nation's economic health, rose two-tenths of 1 per cent during July to 169.2 per cent of the 1957-1959 average. The board reported that output of both consumer goods and materials increased, offsetting further slippage in production of business and defense equipment. Auto assemblies were at an annual rate of 8.5 million units in July, about the same as in June and the board said production schedules for August are at approximately the same rate. In the equipment industries, declines in output were outspread, particularly industrial and commercial equipment and aircraft. However, output of farm equipment and trucks changed little. Television sets, home appliances and nondurable consumer goods increased although production of furniture declined. The board said production of steel, unfinished durable goods and most nondurable materials increased, but output of construction materials continued to drop. GNMA sets bond sale WASfflNGTON (AP)-The government will offer its second group of guaranteed mortgage-backed bonds on Aug. 26, the Government National Mortgage Association said yesterday. The issue will be for $600 million of the new type of bonds, with $400 million to mature in just over two years and the remaining $200 million to mature in 20 years. The bonds will be offered by .the Federal National Mortgage Association through an under-writing group. The delivery is expected about Sept. 9. The bonds, like the .first group, will be written against a pool of home mortgages in an effort to raise more money to spur new housing development. Payment is guaranteed by GNMA. New York cotton No. 2 futures closed unchanged to 1 cents a bale higher than the previou ' Optn Hish Low CU>«e Chni December March 26.71 26.71 26.65 May ' at* inni 6.26 -f lil I z-Bid. Z26.26 Z26.: Z26.6'. Z26.77 uncj Z26.77 uncl 124.77 wncl PRICE INCREASE SEPTEMBER 1st 40 ACRES $160 PER ACRE Another section lub-dividtd in Ranch bounded on two tidot by beautiful Chev.lon Creek i Cenyen in Northern Ariiona. Excellent investment opportunity. Pithing, Hunting on property. Water use of Ranch headquarters, corrals. Lew down payment, excellent terms. Walter Poeoek Assoc, 1137 I. CmwIfcKli 244-illi PbomlK, AriwM USE YOUR, T FREE GAS, FREe GREEN STAMPS, FREE MEALS/FREE MOTa.'UJ give you IJOOQ Free green stamps, pay put of your gas bill and refund part of your lestawant or motel charges when you take our company guided tour of Village of Oakcreek. Stop at participating service stations. Bring your gas receipt and we pay up to $3 per family for your gas. It's the same with participating restaurants and motels! 3643 E. Indian School k At-A> * k -k *-*••*• 955-2050 J ir -k fr & i? -k &' A" Construction firm to locate here Special to The Republic ST. PAUL — Donovan Construction Co., a subsidiary of Donovan Companies, Inc., St. Paul, will extend its general contracting activities to the southwest with the establish- ment of an office to be known as the West-Don division in Phoenix. John Donovan, president of Donovan Construction, said the new division will engage in general construction and development work in Arizona. It Union Rock reports gains in net profit, share earnings Union Rock & Materials Corp. yesterday reported gains in net profit and earnings per share in the first half of this year compared with last. Norman H. Hoff, president, told stockholders the company made 55 cents a share this New magazine to be published in Scottsdale The first issue of a new business magazine called Today's Packager will be published in January 1971 by, Today's Packager Inc., an affiliate of Breskin Communications Inc., 415 N. Brown Ave., Scottsdale. Theodore B. Breskin, president of the firm publisher of the new magazine, said it will be circulated among manufacturers of packaged goods throughout 14 western states. Breskin formerly was publisher of McGarw-Hill's Modern Packaging magazine, the Modern Packaging Encyclopedia, and a weekly newsletter named Packascope. C. Otis Port, editor of Today's Packager, formerly was associate editor of Modern Pakaging. The new magazine will be printed by the W. A. Kruger Co. in Phoenix and circulation will be handled by Leland- Kent Inc. of Scottsdale. year compared with 45 last and $282,471 net profit compared with $232,697. "Part of such increase," Hoff said, "May have been caused by accelerated activity prior to the expiration of the labor contracts" (before the construction strike). He said the union contract which Union Rock had negotiated would increase costs. "Adversely affecting our ability to recover these increased costs," Hoff said, "will be competition from established and new nonunion companies which started in business during the strike ,i He said the two-month shutdown due to the strike and slow return of customers to full operations had caused losses which would force the company to borrow to meet commitments. will also serve as a cement subcontractor in California, he said. The company maintains an office in Santa Ana, Calif., which handles general contracting in California. The West - Don division will be headed by Everett A. Eyden, a vice president of Donovan Construction. "Establishment of this new division recognizes our belief in the growth potential of the construction business in the nation's dynamic Southwest region," Donovan said. Donovan Companies, Ind., reported revenues of $113 million in 1969 from its construction, contract manufacturing and gas utilities operations. Donovan Construction is a national firm with divisions in general contracting and power line construction. Its subsidiaries include Utley - James, Inc., Detroit, and DFS Construction Co., Clearwater, Fla. ARIZONA LIVESTOCK MANAGEMENT CO. Specializing in Livestock Investments for Individuals or Small Groups. Bonded Phone 267-0002 ••i IM, CmfrM, Aril. IS331 USE YOUR T FREE GAS, FREE GREEN STAMPS, FREE MEALS, FREE MOTEL!!!! 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