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(AP). Thi for hursday. 2W»- *1 1 8- 9 Bid' Ask Yld 12.66 8.34 7,34 6.68 7.26 6.66 7.22 6.68 8-28 7.22 6.68 6.80 7.26 6.64 6.71 7.23 6.87 7.01 7.24 7.00 7.15 . . . 7.26 7.04 7.20 7.10 7.27 . 7.2 7.2 . . 7.03 7.21 . 7.297.137.3 7.18 7.38 . . 7.18 7.39 ttlt 7. 7. . . 7.307.187.41 7.29 7.09 7.31 7.35 7.29 7.52 7. '.35 7.29 .38 7.20 7.44 7.«7.207.45 J°23 8 1 ° 25 11-20 12- 6 12-13 12-18 6- 4 Sublecl tax 7.41 7.21 7.4 7.37 6.99 7.2 7.43 7.23 7.5 7.43 7.257.53 7.45 7.27 7.5 7.45 7.27 7.5 7.277.197.5 7.44 7.30 7.( 7.45 7.3137.6 7.44 7.30 7.65 7.4 7.31 7.6 7.35 6.99 7.3 7.47 7.35 7.7 7.50 7.42 7.8 " 7.32 7.08 7.4 7.35 7.15 7.5 7.36 7.16 7.5 7.30 7.08 7.5 7.35 7.23 7.1 7.41 7.35 7.1 to Federa but not t State Income taxes es ite Foreign exchange n»w vork )»p) — Thursday'* For •ign Exchangt in dollars and decimals o 9 tiliar. Thursday Wednetda Canada In N.Y. Britain (pound) 30 Day FuJyres Australia (dollar) Austria (schlllln) Denmark (krone) France (/ranc) Holland (Builder) Italy (lira:) Norway Portufli [Ural y (krone) lal (escudo) fpesfa) . Sp»in (pesta) Sweden (krona) Switzerland (franc) W. Germany (dchmark) Anwlcs,: 1.0030 2.586(1 • 2.5825 1.4250 .0545 '.2425 •£ft» .1900 0400 .0175 .27S 1.0022 2.5810 2.5770 1.4250 r Mexico (oeso), , Venezuela (baivar) .0801 .2340 S03760 .« .2400 .2400 Stock n.r' 4 Ua .. IntPa - 1 ... .... Pap l.SOa 070 Int T«,T 1.24 200 jnterpace l 100 pco Hos .1st 100 Do Corp 1000 JapnFd 1.73* Hl9h LOW LastCtlB !% 9V4 + Vt )% 38%+ % 16 9% 9'/a— Vs 316I/2 3U 316!/2+2;/2 11/2 28% 34V2 30% 15Va 1'/2- Ve 28%— 'A 34V2— % 30'/a— % 15'/s— V2 1200 Leasco 1100 Lehmp . 800 LevlStra .48 Kenecott 1.40 KerrMeG .M KlmbClk 1. ,,JSS ... Lamb comm LearSieg .28 '.eascoCp .40 .ehmn 1.57e_ ivIStra ivitz Furn ggMyr 2.50 200 Litton .32t 800 Lockhed Air 400 LoewsThe wt 100 LTV Corp 1200 LuckyStr .54 1700 Macy RH 1 3500 Magellan Ptl 1000 MageianP wt ---IMagnvox,*. 14'/2 Wt 5'/4 13 141/2+1% 7Vt— Vt 24% S8V4 + 1 39 i • 2* —Vs 6V2+.V8 9%+1 201/4 . 61/4+ % 53/4 + Vs 6V2 . 7%+ Vs 10V:t+ Vi 23 2V» CHICAGO (AP) - The gov- rnment embargoed exports of o y b e a n s and products and rade in these futures was sus- icnded on the Chicago Board of Yade Thursday, but corn, oats ind iced broiler futures prices fell to limits for one session. The loss in corn was 10 cents bushel, 6 cents a bushel in ats and 2 cents a pound in Toilers. Wheat futures closed Vz cents lower. The Nixon administration's mbargo order was issued late Vednesday and covered exports 4800 Marlen lOOMartlnM ,afathn 1.60 Marcor .90 I • IB 0700 Matsus'h .286 200 Mattel In .02p 400 McCull Oil « 3700 McDonalds 100 McDonD .40 200 ead Cp .60 300 Medical Lsg 100 Menasco ,75t 1000 Merchnt Pet Mfr?Lv'n 18 56 "IMGIC In .10 and 4 573/4+33/4 13% 2 8% IVa 89^/4 13% i MisnCp 2.40e 150% 150V2 I MobilOII 2.80 64% 64 i Monog Ind 5V4 S'/4 i Monsant 1.80 l Moor McCor I Mtq TA 2.09* I Nat Airl .20e > NatCash .40 ..J Nat Dist .90 1700 NatGyps 1.05 200 N MedEn .10 3800 N Sernicond 200 NatSteel 2.50 1100 Ntomas .25 200 NEngEI 1.68 200 Niaq M 1.14 JOOO NL Indust 1 2700 Norris Oil 200. Nwst Alrl .45 2500 NortSIm .25b :::: NVF co wt 1000 Nytronics 200 Occident Pet 500 Ohio Ed 1.60 500 Okla GE 1.32 100 Omark I .15r 400 Open Rd Ind 100 Out Mar 1.08 1000 Owenslll 1.48 900 PacGsEI 1.78 00 P GTrans .90 100 PacMold .28 1400 Pac Lta 1.68 100 PacNwT 1.04 200 Pac Oil Gas 800 Pac Petrl .50 300 PacP Lt 1.60 3500 Pac T T 1.20 2100 Pac TT rt 200 Palom F .10e 1600 Pan Am Air 2300 Pend Or Min 1000 Penn Cent 6500 Penney 1.04 'enna Eng ... .'ennz Co .80 0700 PfWer .64a 9900 PhilMor 1.30 2900 Phill Pet 1.30 500 Plan Resrch 1600 Polaroid.32 200 Potlatch 1 400 Presley Cos 390 ProctG 1.56 f Prosher Cp PSA Inc PSA Inc wt Ramlnn .12! 100 Rapldam .50 1000 Rdg Bates .25 300 Repub Corp 200 Resch Ctl .08 400 Reserv O&G 100 Revlqn 1.08 Reynlnd 2.59 52W 52 17% 17% 14% 14% 37V4 37V4 13%133/4 13V4 13Va 9 26% 34V4 40% 23% 15% 13'/4 4% 20'/2 24% 10 9 26'/a 34V4 40% 2334 153/4 131/4 4% 201/4 23 lO'/a 15-16 % 9% 9% .211/4 21 Vt 26 .1® 30% 29V2 26 7% 10'/2 30%. 29 27% 12 7Va 22% 14% 1% 24% 22'/2 .... 16V4 3-32 3-32 4 4 7% 7'/2 2% 2% 1% 1% 78'/4 77% 1% 1% l9'/2 19'/2 47V4 46 28 22% 143/4 1% 243/4 22% 16% 17%+ '/4 14% . 37V4+ % 13%— Va 13V4— '/2 + 3/4, 26%— Vs 34'/4— Vs 40%+1V4 131/4+ 41/2+1/8 20V2+ V4 243/4+11/4 lOVa 7/B— V4 95/8+ Va 211/4+ Va 26 + 73/4— % 10V2+ IVa 303/4 + 1V4 291/2+ Vs soybeans, cottonseeds icir products. The action stopped all foreign movement of these products, Bending an allocation system to >e -used until the 1973 crops are n. Directors of the Board of Trade suspended trade in soy" leans, meal and oil so that they :ould assay the ruling and the Cost of Living Council policy on Commodity futures. Corn and oats futures quickly ell to limits under active liqui- lation and scarcity of buyers. There was some limited trade 22%— " 14% 17/8 243/4— .. 22%+ % 16V4+ VI 3-32—1-3'_ 4 + Va 7'/2 2%— 1/4 1V4 78 -1 13/4 . 19Vz 471/4 + T/4 ., ._ 123 120Vs 123 -f4Vj 52Va 51.V4 52Va+ 7 /a 2V4 2V4 2'/4— Ve 1403/4 140_ ]40%+3% 'a+ 22% 22%, 22%41/2+ —'2+: 2b B . Reynlnd 1000 Reyn Met .40 Roan Se .78e 102% 102V4 1021/2. ... 11/4 1V4 11£— Vt 123/4 12% 123/4— 1/8 51/2 5'/2 51/2— '/4 : 73/4 * ' • 12% 12% 21% 21% """ 1% 48Va 63/a 60% 44Va 131/s 26% IVa 133/4 42% S'/a 4 7 /s 1% 481/8 6V2 603/4 441/2 13Ve 26% IVs 14V4 42% 5V2 4% 30 273/i 163/4 23% 8 + V4 12%+ 21%— IVa 48VB+2M 61/2+ " 603/4— 44'/4 100 Roan'SiT'.Tse 6" 6" 1 f /4+ V 100 Rockllnt 1.60 26% 26% 26% 800 Rockw Comp IVa IVa IVs 200 Rohr Ind .80 14V4 133/4 14V4+ V 700 RoyDut 2.36s 42% 42% 42%+ Vt 600 Royal Ind 51/2 S'/a S'/i-t- V 100 Rucker Co 4% 4% 4%+ V. 600 Safway 1.40 30 29V4 29%+lV lOOStJoMIn 1.50 273A 27% 27%+ '/ 300 Sambos Rest 163/4 153/4 16%-- V 300 SanFIn 1.60a 23% 23% 23%-- V 1300 Saxon Ind 5% 5% 5%-- V 1000 Scher Ploug 76V2 76V2 761/2+ V 500 SchlumbS .50 100'/2 100 100%+ V 100 Scot Fetz .88 27 27 27 +1V 300 ScttPap .56 12% 12'/a 12Vs+ V 2700 SbdCLIn 2.20 23% 23V4 23%+l 300 Sear R 1.40a 94% 94% 94%+'/a 100 Shell Oil 2.40 51% 51% 51%+ 5000 Siboney Corp 11-32 11-32 11-32-1-3 100 Silver Dollar 4>/2 4>/i 41/2 . 200 Singer 2.40 47% 47V4 47%+ V 200 Smith KF 2 57 57 57 + V 8000 SonyCp ,05e 41 Va 4Q3/4 41 + 3/ ;32200 SouCalE 1.56 23W 23V4 23'/4 . 200 SC 432pf 1.08 14V2 14V2 14V2. 300 SCGspfA 1.50 19V4 19V4 19V4 + 700 SouthCo 1.34 183/4 18Vj 18V2— V 1600 Sou Pac 2.16 32 31% 32 + V 300 Sou Ry 1.72 33V2 33V2 33Vz + 3/ 4 100 Specify Rest 8Va 8V» 8Vs— V 9300 SperrvRd .66 41Vi " 500 St Band 1.73 51 Vt 1000 Std OllCal 3 75</4 1400 StOIIInd 2.49 86% 100 Statham Inst HVa 800 Sundance Oil 4% 600 Superscope 21 .. .. ... 400 SuFroMtg Wt 13-16 13-16 13-16—1-1 SOOSyntex .40... B3M. 83^, 51'A 743/4 85'/a 111/8 4% 21 51V4 75V4+1 86%+ V HVa+ 4%— V 21 +1V 300 Teledyne .59t 300 Telex Corp 100 TesoroP wt 800 Texaco 1.72 2100 TexE Tr 1.58 100 Texasgulf .60 100 Tex Inst .56 500 Texas Int Co 500 Texas Int wt 100 Textron .96 100 Thlokol .50 1000 ThoBett 1.12 2100 ThriftDrg .37 100 TlmesMIr .30 1700 Trans W Air "" TWA wt 5000 Transa .55b i In 12% 12% 12%+ . 33/4 33,4 3— V 12% 12% 12%+ V 34% 343/4 343/4 . 45 441/2 4.5 + V 21% 21% 2%— V 87V4 871/4 87V4+3 % Vt Vt+ V 18% 18% 18%+ V """ llVs 111/8+1V 84 84 — V 71/s 7V2+ » "" 16Va— ' .. . 20%+ 5% 6V8+ V 700 Trnsa 746e 11 Vs 84 7V2 16% 20% 6Vs llVi 20% Travelers .84 27V4 TrICont 2.80e 16% 20'/4 5% ... . ll'/s llVa > 20%20% 27V4 . 300 Trleo Indust 100 TRW In 1.04 . 700 Twent C .05e 8800 UAL Inc 1600 Un Carb 2.10 1000 U OilCal 1.60 100 UOCal PI2.5 _. ._ IVa 21% 6% 26%+ . TVs- V 21%-1 6%+ V 1000 U OilCal 100 UOCal PI2.50 600 U PaCp 2.16 . 500 Unlonam .84 2000 Unlroval .70 100 Unt Brands 1100 Unit Can OG 100 Un MM 1.30 100 US Indust .65 600 US Steel 1.60 700 UnlTel 1 2700 UnivHous Ot 2000 Unlv OH Pd 500 Uplohn n.88 261/4 I'/a 21% 6% 16% 34% 37V4 483/4 ._.. .... 53% 53 53% 16V4 16V2'/4— I4V4 34% 163/4 36%— •"' 48%+ i —' +1V 10% 71/a 12Va 301/4 10% 7'/a 7Va 26%+ 10% . 71/8+ V 71/a— ' 20% 100 UV Ind la 500 Warnr Lamb 600 Wells Far .86 300 Westates Pet 170 WnAIr L .10r 500 Wn Bnc 1.40 100 West Un. T40 203/4 a 22% 481/4 2?!4 20V4+1 84V8+2 7 4 + ' 22%— H 24%— WestahEl Weyerhsr . .97 % 100 WheetFry 200 White Mo 400 Whlttaker 300 . White Mot Whlttaker Williams Co 900 Winnebago 1400 Woolwth 1.20 200 WUI Inc .l<te 100 Wyle Lab 600 Xonlcs Inc 1900 Xerox Cp .18 200 Zapata Corp 400 Zoecon Corp 11V4 9 3'A 42Vj 5'/4 28% 34V2 58</4 111/8 9 3V« 42 4% 13/4-} 8%+ 21%+2 34%+ ^ 58V2+1' 11V8+ ' 3>/t 99 156Vi 154'/ 2 28% 34'/» 28*4 34=4 15 +1 156VJ+2' 28%— > 34'A- * Wheat futures lower; corn, oats down limit Livestock market ewi Service. PHOfeNIX (AP)— Slaughter steers moderately active on Wednesday; prices steady. Good, demand from local packers with most sales wins locally. Feedlots reported to be fairly ..Jiirrenj. 00. 2,700 lot Slaughter steers: confirmed good to mostly Choice 975-1,0 45.50; mixed good and. choice. - 44.75-45,25; .so.od .950-1, 43J5 "J'h'cludlngi ; . _ 25; good ... Holstelns '4,100. 2..-. 'VSVi'blo Ibs. 43.25- . at 43.25-43.50. KANSAS CITY (AP) - Cattle feeders opened uneven, steers over ... Ib strong to Instances 50 higher; lighter weights steady to weak; feeder heifers mostly steady; feeder steers and steer calves low choice thin 312 7b, 72.00; hii good and mostly choice 430-500 Ib, 57.0 60.00; good and low choice 400-500 Ib, unevenly 50.40-59.25^ mostly choice moderately .fleshed choice tending' fleshy 740-B'oo. Ib. »'.3| 51.00; ..choice, partly fatt?n? d 850-1085 Jl Shwp ISO; sprlrta J«mbs .50 lower; «w«s steady;, spring Jamb* choice some w th end prime 36.00-37.00f ewes cull, utility and good wooled 11.00-15.00; thorn 8.5012.56. Estimates for Friday: cattle 100; hoes 2,000; sheep 25, OMAHA (AP) — Small supply slauflh er steers slow, weak to, 25 cents lower. =ew heifers steady. Slaughter steers: ew loads choice 1050-1100 Ib, 4«.00-4«,25; good and low choice «vOO-4(S,00. Slauoh- ter heifers few choice 950-lOOOJb, 45.0046.00; good and low choice 40.50-45.00. 46:oo:48^b7"feeder heifers and heifer calves high good and choice rather thin 56.25; mixed good and choice 400.6001 Ib, 48.00-52.00; most y choice fleshy 575-70C Ib 46.00-49.00; 680-865 b, 44.70-46.30) mostly good 370-600 Ib, 44.o6-51.00. Commodity futures CHICAGO (AP) —Futures tradlno he Chicago Mercantile Exchange Th Open Hiqh. Low. close Close LIVE BEEF CATTLE .(ia 47:15 47.32 46.90 Oct d47.40 47.62 47.15 )ec 47.80 48.10 47.52 : eb 48.10 48.37 47.80 48.05 \or 47.50 47.90 47.50 47.57 un 47.50 47.50 b47.25 Sales: Aug 2140; Oct 2640; Dec b 893; April 290; June 69. 10 on lurs- 47.57 48.02 48.37 48.65 48.2S 47.80 2041 FEEDER., CATTLE yug 53.55 53.80 53.10 53.50 54.00 53.25 53.50 53.15 b 53.20 b 53.720 C t 53.00 53.37 52.90 52.90 53.60 )V 53.50 53.60 53.00 53.10 83.60 Sales: aug 35; Sep 25; Oct 35; Nov 13 ul Aug Sep )ct SHELL EGGS 50.00 54.20 62.95 61.5 50.50 54.20 62.95 61.05 50.00 aSO.OO '52.00 54.20 a54.20 56.2 26.95 362.95 64.81 61.05 a61.05 b63.1 Dec ^ 67.30 67.3 64.50 64. ales: July 133; . 26; Nov 0; Dec 3; Jan 2. IDAHO POTATOES Mav a64.75 66.7. 67.30 367.30 b69.4( 64.50 a64,50 66.4 ua 21; Sep 61; Oc n7.70 7.70 Jiv 511; Aua 344; Oct 854: De 127; April 228; June 39! Julv 27 K BELLIES 58.02 57.42 57.50 58.8 "1.15 57.50 57.70 58.8 !.92 61.92 62.00 63.3 Jul Aua r eb 60.90 b61.40 860.50 360.50 361.7 Julv 451; Aug 954; Feb 1540 March 195; Mav 9. Open Interest: JulP 1786; Aug 3351; Pel 2199; March 324; May 31. Jul 144.20146.70144.00145.50143.5 Sep 124.30 126.50 124.30 125.50 124.1 \lov 116.CO 118.60 115.80 118.00 116.5 Jan 114.00 115.00 113.50 113.50 112.( Mar 114.10 114.10 114.00 114.00 112.! Sales: July 190; Sep 280; Nov 69; Ja 33; March 3. GRAIN SORGHUMS Jul . 3.62 3.62 Sep 3.65 3.65 3.65 3.65 .3.65 Dec 3.9 3.39 3.38 3.38 3.47 Sales: July 0; Sep 2; Decl. Butter and eggs N'EW YORK (AP) - (USDA)— Whol sale eaa offerings adequate on large ample on mediums. Demand ligh Thursday. Wholesale selling prices based on vo ume sales. New York spot quotations follow: Whites: Fancy large (47 Ibs. mln.) 5. S6V2. Fancy medium (41 Ibs, average 47-491/2. Fancy smal s (36 Ibs. average 42-44. Butter offerings adequate. Deman highly Irregular. Prices unchanged. Cheese offerings tight. Demand fair t good. Prices unchanged. CHICAGO (AP) — Midwest eng port: Wholesale buying nrlces Th unchanged; extra large 60; large 58; prlc ursda m standards 49 diums 54; pullets 46; checks 40. CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) — Butte unsettled under price freeze; wholesal buying prices Thursday unchanqed; 9 score AA 61.00; 92 A 61,00; 90 B un quoted. Eggs: issued only on Tuesday and Fr day. Spot rubber NEW YORK (API—Rubber: Spot Nc ribbed smoked sheets s-41. s-nomina Sugar distant options for a time, ut at the close all corn and ats options were at limits low- r. Some trade sources viewed lie selling in corn and oats as oncern that the government might place these commodities under export, embargo if their usage expands in the scarcity f soybeans and soybean meal. The selling of wheat produced an 8 cents decline early, but prices firmed after midsession under some local buying. Near he close, however, new selling developed and at the bell prices ivere on lows for the day. At the close, corn was down I cents, July 2.13%; oats were down 6 cents, July 92Vz cents; and wheat was 7 to SVfe lower, July 2.60. On the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, pork belly futures were down 120 to 137 points and YORK c No. 1 Sales l NEW futures higher. Sep Mov Mar 10. Raw sugar spot 10.00. World, sugar No. 11 (AP) - Domestic ) dosed 9 lower 4 contracts. 10.0 10.08 10.05 10.22 10.53 lower. Sales Jul Sep Oct Mar May Jul Sep Oct s-nominsl, . .. closed contracts. LOW 9.48 9.13 8.90 High 9.95 9.39 9.07 8.60 . 8.40 8.20 • 8.06 8.00 r-asked, z-bld . 8.41 8.06 8.00 sugar to 5 Close zio.ii Z10.15 Z10.22 zio.s- 1 to 50 Close 9.48-5) 9.14-11 8.92-7. 8.42-45 58.30 58.15 S8.05 rB.OO under DENVER (AP-USDA) estimates __. ilgher; U.S mostly 40.75. sows steady, 33.00, barrows' and gilts 1-3. 210-250 Ibs, . . iM mostly 32.50-33 3 00? •WoS a 3 ^.: Ibs, 32. TRAVEL AGENT Immediate opening for mature individual with minimunv three year* travel agettcy experience including domestic and international ticketing, cruiiei and tours. Should be well traveled, desire responsible position. Salary commensurate with experience. All applications confidential. For information call Mrs. Geri Boyce. The Aritona Bank Trawl Service 3003 N. Central, Suite # 106 PhoenlK PLASTIC SIGNS & LETTERS • ENGRAVING • DESK PLATES • MAGNETIC SIGNS • ACRYLIC LETTERS • ACRYLIC SIGNS • ROOM NUMBERS • NAME PINS PLASTIC UTTERS & SIGNS 5030 H. Central Ave., Phx., Ariz. Telephone 241-0672 ive hog futures about 100 points, were down 25 while live cattle closed 37 to 68 points lower. Shell egg futures closed the imit of 2 cents lower. Ji " Open Hiqh WHEAT 2.66 2.66 2.63 2.65 2.60 2.66 Prev. Low Close Close ?.59'/4 2.60 2.67. ' - 2.581/2 2.67 Dec 2.60 2.66 2.57V4 2.59 2.67'/4 Mar 2.63 , 2.653/4 2.58 2.59V2 2.663/4 av 2.58'/2 2.60 2.53'/2 2.541/2 2.613,4 CORN Jul 2.21 2.21 2.133/4 2.13% 2.24 Sep 2.05 2.06 1.98 3 /4 1.983/4 2.08V2 3ec 1.92 1.93V2 1.85V» 1.85Va 1.95V4 rtar 1.91 1.93 • — May 1.91 1.93 OATS (old) Jul .95 .96 OATS (new) Jul .92V2 .96 ~>8 1.001/2 1.85V4 1.85V4 1.95'A 1.84V4 1.84'/4 1.94'/j .92'/2 .92V2 b.98V2 N OIL No trading SOYBEAN MEAL No trading ICED BROILERS Jul Aud ep 41.12 42.60 44.00 4.00 44.25 44.25 41.12 43.10 44.25 43.55 CORSON SWIMMING POOLS 3009 N. SCOTTSDALE ROAD 945-6373 * 945-6374 We Repair All Makes of Pools & Equipment INCLUDING PADDOCK . ANTHONY MASTER AND OTHERS LICENSED—BONDED—FAST—EFFICIENT MONTHLY INCOME FOR YOU 1OO/ 1270 «fi dlvtriifitd INTIIIIST MR ANNUM INTIRIIT PAID MONTHLY i Ae/ |2% MtorH lnve»tm«nl C». will accept one year investment*, principal r«iuni<4 M4 *iyi frem Investment daft, and \i% interest paid in 12 monthly paymtnli. Minimum amount «f ti,t*0 aM UP accepted. A'l i-verim^nis ioo«b mured. $ 10.00 P«r Month For $1,000 $5U.OO Per Month For $5,000 $36.06 P*r Month Far $3,000 $ 100 P«r Month Mr $ 10,000 ^ 1520 W. Indian School ftd. Suit* 8 Weit View Plata Pho*nl», Arlsotu ISO IB Phon* 263-7664 D CHECK ENCLOSED FOR $ TO EARN $ MONTHLY PHnKiE D PLEASE CONTACT ME ,"" ** Thlt »(f»r m. 1» .nly t» banatlcle reiMeitti •» th* Slat* It Arltana Nam* • i,..,.,.,,,., , Addr.ii Clly Stat* Zip t *••»•* I $MART INVESTMENT Looking for a smart investment? Look to Universal Homes... in any of three choice locations. Shea E 1 f Cactus si £ Shea 10 in S .s ! DESERT VISTA from $31,995 26th St. & Shea. Viewful Paradise Valley location and homes with all the extras for no extra. 992-9120 AVANTONE from $39,995 56th St. & Shea. Very unusual. Very stylish Paradise Valley location, too. And extra large lots. 948-1560 43rd Ava. | f ' Northern I 1 1 1 1 Freeway NORTHERN GROVES from $34,995 40th Dr. on W. NortheraBrand new planned area development ready tor a sneak preview now! 934-5239 Equal Housing Opportunity Coming Soon! PASEO PLACE at 51st Ave., north of Ollv*. ESTABLISHED 194B 568.00 271.30 263.00 73.00 274. ----- ,'64.70270.50: 266.00 267.00 275.00 270.00 270.00 278.80 272.50 273.00 282.00 275.50 276.00 2B4.00 — 278.00 278.00 286.00 50 278.00 278.00 288.09 113.00 109.00 10.50 113.30 i 106'. 90 103'.50 103!50 106isO • "- ' 10 105.5 ._ , 104.00 a—Asked; n—Nominal. GRAIN: Wheat No. 2 soft red !.70'/2n Thursday; No. 2 hard red 2.60V4n. lorn No. 2 vellow jxfra heavy quotation. No. 2 vellow (.36-36V4. 2.28Vferi.~ Oats No. 2 white 92'/2n. - Soybeans, no corn Wednesday sold at RESTAURANT SITE Lake Biltmor* Vlllagi, Adjacenr to Metro Center. 66,000 sq. ft. JEROME M. WHITE & Associates, Inc. 263-9061 TO SEE OUR COOL PINE LOTS CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION SYSTEMS *** SYSTEMS ANALYSTS PROGRAMMERS IBM 360 ihop conVnrllng to IBM 370. W« no.d HEAVY COBOL or BAL & TP •xperienc* for application! on »lal« and national computers. Submit resume to: ARIZ. DEPT. OF PUBLIC SAFETY Ariz. Law Enforcement Merit System Council 1127 North 1st Street Phoenix, Ariz. 85004 SALES Total sales 695,000 shares. Previous day o9$,368 shares. Year to date 112,169,264 shares. 1972 to date 134,153,987 shares. Frozen orange juice NEW — YORK (API—Frozen concentrate .... iuice futures closed 3C ' higher. Sales 800 contracts. orange iuice .futures closed ,30 lower to Jul Sep. Nov Jan Mar May z-bld. Open 42X0 42.50 43.70 44.40 45.75 45.40 High 43.00 43.10 43.90 44.80 45.75 45.45 Low 42.65 42.50 43.40 44.30 44.90 45.15 Close Z42.70 Z42.80 143.60 44.40 Z45.15 245.45 Prev Close 42.70 42.45 43.50 44.3, 45.2 Z45.75 Cottonseed oil . NEW.YORK (AP)—Bleachable. colt.on closed quiet. .50, Sept. March No sales. [18.00, Oct. and May PIMETOP FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 Beautiful All New Homes • 3 BEDROOM • CARPETED THROUGHOUT • G,E, REFRICERATOR • STOVE t DISHWASHER FIREPLACE • CARPORT PRICES FROM $ 39,900 00 All Located Close To Pinetop Country Club Golf Course On Tall Pine Road, and Elk Road, and Buck Springs Road Also Have Choice Selected-Beautiful Lots In Same Location with Power & Water PRICES FROM '7250 00 CONTACT: KIELY CONSTRUCTION CO, Ph, 946-2007 'TIL FRIDAY EVENING Owner Will Be In Pinetop From Sat. June 30th Thru Wtd. July 4th Phone 336-4463 SHOW LOW HEIGHTS / mobile home and modular sites Inside Show Low city limits — but secluded and quiet with a view! /' F \ ,, Absolutely the best buy in Arizona's Pine Forest! from $ 3295 $ 95 down 45 per month 8% simpl* interest. 96 payments. $1144,00 interst. $4439.00 deferred payments price, • Pine covered lots • Pure city water • City sewer • 3 Minutes to shopping • Bordered by national forests • Paved streets — city maintained • Underground utilities • Underground T.V. cable • Four golf courses nearby • City police & fire protection NO ASSESSMENTS On-site sales office open everyday CITY OF RT260 "FREE GAS OFFER LIMITED TO ADULT COUPLES. No obligation except a tour of the pro* perty, Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy our 2 park* on properly Turn Right otWhipple Just Past Intersection a GLOBE LAND SPECIALISTS, INC. 7117 3rd Ave,, Scottsdale - Tel, 946-53U For additional information call Scottsdale 946-537T Show Low 537-4677

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