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AIL ED me at: THEARIZQNA.REPUBIIO odities Phoenix, Toes., Nov. 4, 1969 .51 selling wipes out advances in corn,, soys CHICAGO (AP) — Corn and Soybean futures held small gains through most of the session on the Chicago Board of Trade yesterday, but a late wave of selling sent prices irregularly lower. "Trade moved at a generally Livestock Furnished by U.S. Department of Agriculture, Livestock Division, Market News Service. 3.ENIX (AP) - ,Directtrade..on In developing yesterday) feed lots recelv- Ing some inquiry but choice steers be Ins held In firm hands) sales reported at close of last week steady on slayghfe- •teers;. not established on other classes Slaughter steers: 850. Good to mostl choice 975-1,025 Ibs. 27-27.25; mixed goo apd choice 950 Ibs. 26.75-27, Jncludin four loads at latter price for Novembe delivery t good 900-975 Ibs. 24-25.50. XHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) — Togs 5,500J butchers mostly 50 lower; moder- ^m^tf^ffifwfissrfi ffffi&afffiffl'n&iiffi®, 3b -4 280-300 Ibs 3.50-4.00;„ sows, SO., lower; moderately active; 1-3 350-400 Ibs 2.7523.25; 1-3 400-5W) Ibs 22.00-22.7s; 2-3 500-600 Ibs v 2l,50-22.00; boars 20.50-21.50. Cattle 10,000; calves none; high choice and prime steers slow, steady to wean; average choice and down moderately active, steady to 24 higher than late Friday; heifers slow; steady to 25 lower; cows fully steady; bulls steady; prime 1,200-1,350 ib slaughter steers yield grade 3 and 4 30.00-30.50; one load at 30.40; high cnoice and- crime 1,125-1,350 Ibs 29.25-30.00; 'voice 910-1,350 Ibs yield grade ^2 to 4 ,00-27.25; qood and choice 27,25-28.00; >od 26.25-27.5u; standard and low good 24.00-26.25; high choice and prime 900- 1JOSU Ib slauahter heifers 2/.50-28.25; two loads and part load at 28,25; choice 825 1,050 Ibs yield grade 2 to 4 26.7i-27.Mn lood and choice 26.00-26.75; good 24.75- J ; utility and commercial cows 17.V4- ;. few hloh dressing utility 19.25-19.75; partners and cutters 16.00-18.25; utility and commercial bulls 22.50-25.00. .Sheep 300; slaughter lambs steady to sfrona; limited supply slaughter ewes steady; few lots choice and prime 100-110 Ib wooled slaughter lambs 29.00-29.50; shipment 116 head good and choice shorn slaughter lambs with No 1 pelts carrying some bucks 28.25; cull to good slaughter ewes 5.00-7.00. low pace in the major pits, fol- owing a rather weak opening. )nly in the newly created silver utures pit was there an active and mixed trade. Corn and soybeans futures ipened on an irregular tone but jriced firmed up on, buying Beared to the weather. A five- lay forecast noted more preci- itation could be expected where corn and soybeans har vest work now is under way. Some buying also was attributed to export business over the weekend and to a lack of hedg- ng pressure. Wheat futures held to a nar- •ow price range in very light dealings, but as corn and soy* jeans prices firmed up wheal also strengthened. Late in the session, wheat futures came under profit taking. Rye and pats >rices also closed on a mixed one after a session of light trade. Soybean oil futures moved to new highs for the season in several options, then fell back as weakness edged into the soybeans and soybean meal pits. Dec Mar Dec" Aar May Jul •Commodity futures CHICAGO (P) — Futures trading on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Monday: . ; • . Prev. Open High Low Cloio Close LIVE BEEF CATTLE Dec Mar Jul 28.42 28.62 28.42 28.62 28.40 28.65 -28.87 28.60 28.87 28.6C 29.02 29.27 , 29.00 29.72 29.05 29.12 29.32 29.12 29.32 29.12 29.37 29.57 829.35 29.57 29.37 29.00 b29.15 29.00 b29.15 n28.90 K 28.80 28.87 2B.80b20.87b28.80 Sales: Dec 450; Feb 266; April '" "" Aug 42; Oct - Dec Feb. Apr. Jun Aug Ocf l.lSVi 1.13V4 1.16% 1.17V — .19V4 1.20'/i Nov 5 ?^° E 2.43Vi 2.44V4 2,43 2.43 2.43'A Jan ..... 2.49'/2 2.50V4 2.49V« 2.49'/a 2.49V War 2.55V4 2.55% 2.54% 2.54% 2.55 May 2.58% 2.587 2.58 2.58 2.58V Jul 2.59% 2.60% 2.59% 2.60 2.5W \U9 2.565/4 2.56% 2.56V4 2.56W 2.56V Ju Dec "26~55 26.75 26.42 26.75 26.62 Feb 25.27 25.65 25.20 25.65 25.35 Apr 24.00 24.10 24.00 24.10 24.00 Jun 24.80 24.80 24.80 28.80 24.BC Sales: Dec 87; Feb 84; April 5; June 2 SHELL EGGS NOV Dec-- Jan 53.90 54.15 53.20 53.50 53.55 51,00 51.20 50.10 50.25 .51 M 47.90 '48.10 46.75 ' 46.75 47.85 Apr 38.50 38.90 38.45 38.45 38.91 May 38.00 38.00 37.70 37.70 38.0! Sep ...... 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 "Sales: Nov ,1,765; Dec 1,008; Jan 489; •b'68- March 96; April 13; May 9; -Sep 3 » FROZEN WHOLE EGGS Nov- - - -^- - n36.75 n36.75 Deo • — - - n36.75 36.75 , .Sales: Nov 0;Dec o. .IDAHO POTATOES '440 4.50 4.50 4.50 4.35 -T- - - n5.25 n5.2J By- : - IS 75 73 n i. 5 36 .-Sales: Nov 1; March 0; April 0; May 205. • -•':•• >, FROZEN PORK BELLIES Feb 42.50 43.05 42.37 43.02 42.57 Mar... 41.85 42.25 41.65 42.15 41.8! May . Nov Mar- .. ay ' . . . . . 41.60 41.90 41.42 41.82 41.62 ... Jl; Aug 61. n,. lnterest:Febl2,«48;March th -Open Interest: Feb 12,64; March 5,845; 'fel^^er^/nn&a,. Sugar NEW^YORKfAPJ-Domestlc sygar futures-No. 10 closed quiet. N •&?w. J suqar spot 7.88. No sales. orld sugar No. 8 closed 1 lower to Sales 1,381 contracts. Hlah 3.46 3.5 || "^-nominal; z—bid Low 3,39 3160 Close l^f i:lo'- r S3.64 More about N.Y. bonds ^Continued from Page 50 (l S MO?Hl9h Low Close Chg! WnUn 5V4S87 14 73 72V* 72'/a — Vj WestgETs%s92 13 78'/4.78« 7Wi -1?? Weyerh, 7.65S94 14 100'/4 100 100 — V: WbeelS 3%s75 10 72 72 72 — * WhfteCn 5Vzs92 182 93 92 92'A 4-' WhlteMt 5V4S93 15 83Vi 83'/3 83Vi ..... Whlttkr 4V2S88 15 '75'/4 75V4 7BV4 + V Wlcek S5'/6S94 46 100 98% 106 +1 Womet 5WS74 34 100V2 98 lOOVi+4% XYZ apNor 24 !? +iy? »!/4 ZapNo 4%s88B 1 ZapNo 4V4S08C 78 98 9 ;— FOREI6N BONDS Austra la 5s78 2 86 84 .... Austra 3%s69 l 98% ; 98% 96% 4- V» Austraifn5'/4S80 1 flT 82 '*" Canad, fn2%s74 4 79'A 79'A JapDev fn6s77 ; Jap fn 5'/2S75st : Mex co 71/4581 : M?x|co 6'As 79 • . .. Norw fn5'/2S77 10 87 87 Nonw.. fn5'4s73 1 97% 97% 97% .... UrUfl a|4V^s79 3 91% 91% 91% Copyrighted by The Associated Press 1749 . NHW YORK (j?r>) LE ^l Y Bond sales Ajspfyx final total .............$12,870,000 ;13,028,00( onth ago 111,200,001 ear ago ...117,082,001 Two years ago H8,095,00i Jan-l,4o date revised..:...$ 2,966,465,00( 196J4P date $ 3,131 691,OW 1967 to date .., $ 3,2$7,493 000 Pividends declared Monday's Xlnil Dividends Declared *V. "" »v T Pe- stk, of Pav- rlod Record able 11W9 1?-1 tl W 12-10 MS 1700 Jounders Life t guaranty t Heritage Lf .20 income Lf t .50 m Public m Refnsur Am Reservi >m States _... •ssoc Madison ..MA Corp J5 iankers Nat Lf iankers Sec .2 leneflc Nat Li.- leneflc.std Lf A .40 Bonnevllle Sylvan Calli l^-Naf gRSKr% ke WHEAT. Open High Low Prev Cloi» Close CORN . . .37Vi 1.37V4 Sep pec Aar May Jul Sep OATS 1.17% 1.18'A 1.17% 1.23V4 1.23% 1.22% 1.27"A 1.24% 1.29V4 1.28M! 1.25 •«!. 24% 1.26% 1.28% 1^5% RYE JB'fift . .67% .68 .67'A .67'A .68% .68% 1.131/4 1.13'A 1.13V4 1.17 1.17 1.16V2 ec an ar - uq iep ° Ct D J Mar 5tf Auq 9.90 9.90 9.35 9.35 8.92 8.92 8.72 8.77 8.65 8.70 8.55 8.60 8.30 8.32 '.20 - " . .. 8.20 8.20 SOYBEAN MEAL. 9.78 9.84 9.22 9.27 8.82 8.89 8.<68 8.76 8.5 8.70 •8.50 8.59 8.25 8.29 8.11 88.13 9.7 9.2 13 8.2 88.1 Jan ...... Mar ..... May ..... Jul Aug ol? :::::: >ec .an Feb Apr Jun Nov' 70.40 70.40 69,85 69.85 70.25 70.40 69.05 !.Q& 71.00 70.25 .75 .70 .10 aietkS 28.65 28.85 28.65 68.70 69.20 70.51 68.40 68.75 70.01 . . 71.90,^71.9 71.75 71.7 69.65 69.70 ---- 71'.20 71 f ICED B MayT., Ju b-Bidr« Uf 870.5 71 .C ,25 e7i."46 72X iio a48'.30 a48i: 255 27.50 27.55 27.3 28.25 28.25 28.05 at n—Nominal. Ansele* Grain Market new rate barley 44 Ib. 2.77 yellow, com from the Eas Z-82) NO/ 2 veliow, com from the Eas 2.79-2.84; No. 2 yellow grain sorghum 7 cent rate 2.70-2.75,; No. 2 yellow gral sorghum nontranslt from the East 2.70 orq Custom smelting NEW YORK (UPl) — custom smelte >rices: aluminum,, primary, 99 per cen Plus, pyre 30, Ib. Ingots 28.00c Ib.; antl Tiony. domestic, 99'/2 per cent pure, f.o.b Laredo, Tex., bulk 64.00o b.; copper, elec 'rolytlc delivered U.S. 52.00-52.25c Ib., Lake 54.00c Ib.; Lead, common, N.Y 15.50C Ib. St. Louis 15.30c Ib.; manganese '.9 per,cent pure, boxed, regular 29.00C • nickel, eectrolytlc cathod ' . ort Colborne, Ont., 103c ,2?-L ,t' ne , *]25-!?0 oi.i -500 76-lb. f ask; tin, N.Y. prompt de athodes, f.i Ib.; pjatlnt. i.i qulcksl ...— . ..—f. ._., .tunQsten per cent minimum pure, $3. f.o.b mm Ive der, 98. um pure, $3.00 Ib.; zlni 14 ' COc East FUTURES r Silver closed 190 to 210 lower. Sale 6,039 contracts. Nov. 195.00; Dec. 197.40 Jan. 199.50; March 204.00; May 208.00 ly 212.00; Sept. 216.00; Deo. 221.10; Jan .00; March 226.50. 223.00; Zinc, lead' and tin closed quiet, n ' Frozen orange juice EW YORK (AP) — Frazen con RK lu . '\fc-»» > wrvr* »/-vr I -— rf,n*?ll Willys frate orange lulcei futures closed 45 h|g er to 160 fower.^ales 225 contracts. ^i Nov. J«Ward May New York wool (AP)-Wool tutgre* wer 'ires were. Inactive. } losed .2 of a cent lower 1 art floated wool spot Voql tops futures clos Certificated SPOT wool z—bid, s— nomine Mies Cottonseed oil NEW, YORK ,AP) ~ Bleacha _eed oil futures closed quiet, n< croslngs! Dec. zlT.SO, Jftar May zil.2$, July zll.25. z-Bd. cotton Hay market •een, w-w, NO. z SO-K, oat nay Arrivals: Wheat 18, barley *, <rn 8, sorahum 11. flour 22. Bank and Trust the md asked Quotations with ne rom .previous, day's eloslns . lied, by the. Natlona Assoclat i net change .bid, SUD.. .. ssociation of Se- urltles Dealers, Inc., are .not actual edactions but are representative inter- ealer .prices, at which these securities oofd have peen purchased (asked) or bid), jnterdealer markets change hroyonout, fha day. Prices do not Include etell markup, markdown or commission. Bank and Trust Net j20 Am Life • Insurance. .. 49V4 37 - Vk 70 -f 51% - nterstate Corp ,«, cemperco Co .60 , Cennesaw LfiA Cy Central Lf .16 .amar Life .609 .jberty Nat Lf Jfe Assur Pa .((e f lorlda A .. ife Insur 68 M fe Insur Ky .058 fe Inv Inc . nc Amer Lf . „ _ ne Income Lf -40i .Inc Consolid Line -OUl! Jns k Lf |»r* . m Famly Life m Eldel .life ton ^oufslana .eyai Am _... Aanchester L&C t Manhattan Life .270 Mass Gen Lf anflla .secur west Hat A dwn Nat. Ohio rtdwn Unlt.Lf .30o lAlsslon Equities .20 Modern. Secur .10a lAonareh Cap " lAonumewal Cp .56s Mutual Sav Lf .149 1LT Corp,.12q NatFdLf .^. .. Llfe< S*, 1 ... 24Va 25 -Vt 'ISd 24 26 . b / 14'A 16 ! WestnSt .40a l Holdlnq Co n s . rum&Forster 1.80 Crum&For pf 2,40 jmpjre en. :hiP re Lf Ahl ^ Employ, Group 2.40 Excel Invest ixcelslor NY .40 : arm&Home Lf ,2|b irm..New WW .12 ; deltv Corp r ld Union Life Flnan .20 45</4 «„ ..... 173/4 18./4-W m* foundation Lf Ga : ranklln Life .408 GL Enterprises yen Relnsur 1.40 Jeo Washington Ifobe" Lf&Acc ,08d jovt Employes 1 Jovt.EmD Life .32 3reat Cmwlth Lf ;t Southern .20a 3t West,Life 2.40 Hamilton Intl CP t lanpver Insur 1 •jartford F re 1.40 Hartfd Stm Boll 1.32 •tome Security .40 — Vi wann „ nep Amer Ufa, ndeoend u&A Jt nteson CP .20 ntercoast Life nterfinanelal li Holdini nc Bid Ask Net — Vt 24% — V4 stor* Lf .07 tin. .20 atlonwd A" or Am Lf Cas .ISfl 'Jor Am Lf Ins .205 orth cent .10 iortheasf Ins .80 lorthw Nat Lf .50 Occidental Lf .10 OhTo Casualty .60 old Line Life .30 OldRepubliclntCp .48 ^aclfic Std .'eerless Ins .30 Peninsular Lf Provident ... ...w 'rovldnt Lf%Ace .44 'vramld Life JOo ten Ins. Tex 1.20 |ep Nat. Life .20 Richmond 1 Safeco 1.10_ iafeco .Pf. .90 >t Paul Co, 1 Seaboard Life, . jecur Conn Lf t security CP 2b iec Tit e&Guar .20 ilerra Life . Southland Life 1 iwn Life. Ins .80 iM Sec Life, •• jfate Capital .28 .. !u a n te tTf| n «8-° S ' WJJ . 24'/ ml f'« |2 +2 20yj ¥'v ;i 4 r ! n Vl — v S"I8 &* Underwriters Nat a nlcoa .80 nit Amer Lf t Un ted Fire ;40o . On t Founders Unit Liberty Lf Unit. UfefcAoc .10 Unit Jen/Tees .278 US Fld&Guar 4 Variable An Life Volkswagen Jns Washington Nat .68 Westn Cas&S 1.40 Westn Resources Windsor Life. World Svc .10g Zenith • Unit Corp 69'A 70V4 + V 27V4 28'/4 — V 6V4 7V4 + V W/t - 43 —1 ' 7% 8V4 "!' Mutual funds NEW YORK (AP) —The following quotations, supplied by the National Assocf- )tion of Securities dealers. Inc., are the prices at which these securities could have been sold (bid) or bought (asked) Monday. Bid Ask 2149 2.72 7.76 8.48 8.21 8.88 11.6411.64 .99 Downt P Drexel irexel Jrevf Aberdn Advisrs AIIAm.F Alpha Fd 12.5313.6? Amcao Am Bus 3.29 6.78 3.56 Am Dvln 10.8911.91 AEX _SPl . 10.75 8.64 Am Grt h 6.42 6.98 Am Inv 8.38 8.38 Am MUt 9.5410.43 AmN Gth 3.16 3.45 Am L Pac 7.91 Anchor Group: Capt 9.7 Srwth 13.56 Incme 9.11 9.98 Fd Inv 10.3111.30 Assocla 1.35 1.48 Astrop 6.69 7.31 Axe Houghton: Fund A 6.83 7.42 Fund B 8.54 9.2 StOdc 6.62 7.2: SCI CP 5.33 5.7' Babson 9.16 9.1i - ' "1.19 10.V BbncTs' Bid Ask 6.46 7.08 17.37 17.37 Fd 13.6814.99 Dreyf Lv 12.7713.99 Eaton&Howard: Balan 11.8212.04 Grw h 13.65 14.92 Incom 6.43 7.03 Eberst Egret mrg Sc _nergy Entprse Equity ~qut Gtk _ssex Everst In Explor Falrfd Farm Bu Fed Grth >aoson v.io m-wm londstk : 6;97 Boston 8.50 Broad St 15.0216.24 Buttock 15.9317.44 CG Fd .9.61 Canadn Capamr Capit nv Capit - nt : •19.29 Ceht ShTl&lliil Ch B a aTa'n nfl Wfe: Cooi..St 1.83 2.1 O,// 8.22 Grwth Incom ..Specl . 3.01 . Chase Group: -ind 12.0813.20 9.60 10.43 9.85 10.71 5.50 6.01 unavall 12.50 12.87 unavail 10.68 10.7 ,§:?9?^ 8.87 9.69 9.93 10.85 18.9820.80 17.16 15.07 16.47 25.76 27.41 11.8412.94 11.71 11.71 14.65 16.01 12.42 13.57 17.86 19.52 27.16 29.68 ^ 7.60 Fs InGth 10.4611.46 Fst InStk 9.2810.17 Bid Ask Cus Bl 19.2420.08 8 us B2 20.0521.88 US B4 9.4310.30 CUS |C1 8.05 8.79 CUS KJ - " ' CUS SI CUS S2 Cus S3 Cus S4 Polar Knick b Gt 12:4013:58 Lex Grth 9.9710.90 Lex Invst 10.08 11.02 Lex Rsch 16.1617.66 Liberty 6.70 7.32 8.07 8.82 6.46 7.06 Life Stk 5.83 6.37 L fe Inv '.Ing .oomls Sayles: Canad 40.12 40.12 Capit 123.012.30 15.1615.16 7.96 8.70 11.3012," Jd Trnd Inancial Flet Fnd 7.00 Fla j Gth 7.53 Fnd Gth 6.00 _._. Foundrs 8.54 9.36 Foursq, 11.8812.98 Franklin Group: Com st 6,38 7. DNTC • 10.81 11.1 Utll 6.61 7.L. Incom 2.21 2.42 Freedm 8.73 9.54 Fd frMU 10.4010.40 Fund Am 10.2011.1- Gen Sec 11.55115 •Ibraltr 14.8414.8 TOUD Sec: Aero Sc 9.30 10.17 Com • GrlK' ryphn _uardn Hamlltoni Gth anovr arbor artwll &C 'Lev edb Gor edge erllge Mann o Sc V? Ind 13.75 15.03 9.37 10.25 22.30 22.97 17.23 18.83 25.51 25.51 4.97 5,43 9.93 10.85 mp Cao ma Gth nc FdB ndepnd nd Trnd ndstrv... nsBk Stk nv CoA 1 nv Guld ( nv Indlc 13.751 nves Bos 12.561 Group: 5.42 5.89 10,19 n. r 5,27 5... 20.2321.99 Inv vest W J Hncock , ohnstn <eystone New York potatoes NEW .YORK (AP) — Potato fu Maine closed 4 Jo 10 cents hlflher. 1,711 contract*. 3,57 3.53 5.68 6.20 18.75 20.45 10.5811.55 8,00 8.74 5.55 6.07 4,61 5.05 7.45 8.17 Mu Manhtn Mass F. Mass Gtl _____ ...35 ______ .... 13.0814.30 Mass Tr 15.9917.48 Mates 5.91 5.91 Mather* 12.64 12.64 .65 10.5G M " Mu 7.62 "7.67 • Cp 15.1016.50 Moody's 14.1715.49 Morton Funds: Grwth 10.6211.44 Incom 4.16 4.5( Insur 8.86 9.71 MIF Fd 8.73 9.44 MIF Gth 6.00 " " . 10.89 5.30 'urltan Incom Invest Vista Voyao p Te 14:72 li... 11.9413.05 8.28 9.0; 7.83 8.5i 10.99 12.0 Ji? 10 ^? NASD are repre- - prices as of approx- Inter-dealer markets isioo 7J93 8.6; T6.89 18.48 Funds: ...^ .ech Revere Rosenth Schus r Scudder F Int Inv unavi Socl 35.9535... Bal 16.1016.10 Com St 12.01 12.0 ec Dlv 12.0313.0 «C Eoult 3.89 4.2 ec Ihv 8.12 8.87 ielec Am 10.5011.3 el Specs 17.3919.0 ;h Dean 23.13 23.1 iide 10.5411.5 ilgma 10.8911.9 Sia Inv 12.1913.3 Sigma Tr 9.7910.7 ~;mith B 10.3010.3 iwn Inv 8.84 9.5 IWlnv Gt 8.63 9.3 >ver Inv 14.5515.9 Frm Gt 5.75 5.7 _.ate St. 52.2553.2 Steadman Funds: Am Ind 12.15 13.3 FidUC 7.79 8.5 Sclen n 4.88 5.35 Stein Roe Fds: Bal 21.3321.3: Sup^nO 7188 "8.5 SuplnSt 10.4911.5 Svncr Gt 12.4313. Quotations from the entatlve Inter-dealer i mately 10:30 a.m. li.._. :hange throughout the day. Prices do not nclude retail markup, markdown or commission. • Date: Nov. 3,1969 'Ity Bid Asked ^ellf-lC^Jl, InC. 10 IT/2 American Pipe & Const. .50 23 Vnheuser-Busch, Inc. .80 70% .rlzona Bank 1.12 33 riz. Colo. Land 8, Cattle 18 agdad Copper .30 24 aron Ind. Corp. 11 .ayjess, A. J. Markets .60 13 apltal Southwest Corp. ,40 15 Combined Communication 13Vi iomblned Securities Fund 8.7' . MR Ap 22.28 — eachrs 10.8811.3 Toari Tilfe -6:si-7.44 Techvsf 8.65 .. Techno! • 8.51 9.2 Temp Gt 24.06 26.3C Towr MR 7.34 8.0 "ran Cap 8.11 8.8 .rav Eq 10.5811.5 Tudor Fd 17.6619.3 TwnC Gt 4.78 5.22 TwnC Inc 4.94 5.4 Unlf Mut 10.71 11.7 Un fd 9.76 10.6) United Funds: Accm Incorr UFd Can "unaval * 8.26'9.0 5.42 5.9 8.19 8.9 nnea runas: Accm 7.94 8.6( Incom 14.7816.1 Sclen 8.62 9.4 VnceS sol Vandrbt Mo;., WallSt In Wash Mu Wellqtn West Ind Whl ehll Wlncp Fd Windsor winfleld Wise Fd Worth 8.69 9.50 8.55 9.3. 5.78 6.3 5.16 5.6 7.31 7.9 TO 10.4811.-. ' 12.1813.3 12.87 14.0 12.3013.4 8.18 8 ~ 15.12 16.. 10.7711.7 75 10.66 -.17 6.7 7.57 8.2 3.13 3.4 9.75 6.17 FRANCHISE Original opportunity. Become a part of the financial serv- icei industry. Your own business. Be active or absent— we manage everything for you. Sure Income, plus large capital gain potential — $15,000 minimum cash required. WRITE PRESIDENT! 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Work start* Goettl Metal Products ioms on budding -... 1§1 1A * bureau iVlinneapolis-based Apache Construction has started on a 12,000-square-foot office and warehouse structure for the Arizona Farm Bureau at 2618 S. 21st St. in the Arizona Interstate Industrial Center. Floyd Hawkins, Farm Bureau president, who presided at a ground breaking ceremo- »y yesterday for the new building, said he anticipates an early March move-in. He said the AFB will share space in the new structure with the Maricopa County ?arm Bureau, Arizona Farm Bureau Service Co., Western Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Co., Dairy Council of Arizona and Arizona Milk Inc. Peter A. Lendrum Associates is architect for the building that will be the 23rd structure in the Cabot, Cabot & Forbes operated industrial park. Hollis Henry Construction Co. is general contractor. Land firm's sales rise Arizona-Colorado Land & Cattle Co. reports sales and revenues of $16,185,832 for the nine months ending Sept. 30 compared to $8,523,733 for the previous year. Net income for the nine months was $1,198,139 compared to $611,544 a year ago. Reflecting a greater number of shares outstanding, earnings per share for the period were 40 cents compared with 24 cents per share in 1968. Goettl Bros. Metal Products, Inc., 2005 E. Indian School, yesterday announced it has joined a Minneapolis- based firm with sales of $75 million a year. Goettl is a pioneer manufacturer of home air conditioning systems. The acquiring firm is Apache Corp., listed on the New York Stock Exchange, a specialist in investor services, in oil and gas exploration and real estate and operator of engineering and manufacturing services. William Goettl told more than 50 executives and suppliers that the action had been taken to assure continuance of the company. Seated with Goettl on the platform were his partner, Cecil Wood, and Jay Keaton, secretary and controller, Goettl is chairman of the board and chief executive and Wood, vice president. Goettl emphasized there would be no changes in the Goettl organization or its 450 employes as a result of the merger. The deal was accomplished through merger of Goettl with Gits, Inc., of Chicago, which in August acquired Scott Engineering Co., 333 N. Third Ave. Gits, manufacturer of aircraft seals and industrial lubricants, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Apache Corp. and with the Goettl merger will have $14 million annual sales. Goettl has current annual sales of $10 million. Besides air conditioning, Goettl lias numerous other metal products Including an electronic antipollutant home air filter. Apache Corp, said the acquisition was for undisclosed cash, notes and Apache stock. Goettl explained it this way: "The details have been worked out to a point where Cecil Wood and I have our estate now, are fixed up where if something happens we have a little cash put away for that time when most of us want to retire. "We will, must, have a contract to stay with the Gits company for some time to come." Goettl saidd the merger would provide Goettl Brothers with money for expansion and growth. Gits is headed by Reml J. Gits. It has three companies in Arizona and California which produce plastic pipe used in water, chemical, gas and electrical transmissions as well as manufacturing plants in Chicago and Creston, Iowa. J. C Tarrish Co., Inc., Phoenix, represented both parties in the transaction. WE HAVE A CLIENT WHO WILL INVEST $500,000 - $1300,000 Available Immediately Mutt have tubttanttal tax depreciation. Glamor operation •specialty attractive, such at Country Club, Horse farm, Resort, Etc. Call Mr. Pocock. WALTER POCOCK ASSOCIATES 1137 E. 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