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nn.r BULLDOG (lilies Phoenix, Wed., Nov. 5, 1969 Use report boosts soys. J. ;-:,••; • V ' but advance bogs down Chicago (AP) — A govern inent report indicating there will be expanded usage of soy beans for oil and meal, as we] as greater exports this season influenced buying of soybeans futures on the Chicago Board o Trade yesterday* But the advance bogged down Livestock 6SS ood demand fo , teadv to 2S cent ifers steady, but no Service, •pHpeNIX (AP)--' Go slaughter .steers, fully, ste; higher; slaughter, heifers . —. ... well tested; feed lots receiving fairly gocx Inquiry with buyers becoming more aq Slaughter steers: 1,300. Good to mostly choice 1,000-1,075 Ibs. 27.25-27.50, five load at latter price; mixed sod and choice 950 1,000 Ibs.. 26.5^26.75; good 925-1,175. Ibs some with end of standard 24.25-25.50 with 1,000-T,300, Ib. holsteins'24-24.so. Slaughter heifers: 250 good to most! choice 850 Ibs. 25.50. Tuesday auction: Estimated stable cat tie and calves 1,300. Fairly good demanc for most classes; slaughter cows and feeder offerings about steady with pre vious Tuesday; supply Included.35-40 pe cent cows with balance mostly standard and good feeder cattle and calves. Slaughter cows: utility 16.50-18.30; cut ter 15.50-17.5;0 canner 13.50-16.50. ~ Jer cattle and calves: few lots and choice 615-750 Ibs. steer ?POd .310-490 Ibs.. 28.80-33.40 ixed good and choice 615-750 Ibs, steer: .20-23.70; good 310-490 Ibs. 28.80-33.4C with 550-715 Ibs,. 25.00-26.20; standard and low eood 580-715 Ibs. holsfeins 24.20-24.90 few lots mixed good and choice 400-600 Ibs. heifers 24.70-27.00; good 400-100 Ibs 74.10-26.30 with 525-685 Ibs. weights 23.45-25.20. LOS ANGELES CUPI-FSMNS) — Livestock market Artesia: • Cattle 400, calves 200; slaughter cows steady, bulls steady to 50 lower; trading moderately active; feeders held for Wedesday sale; slaughter cows — utility and • commercial holsteln 18.75-20.25; cut fer 17.50-19.00; canner 16.00-17.50; utility beef breeds 18.25-19.50; cutter 17.00-18.25, canner 15.50-17.00; slaughter bulls—utility commercial and good holstelns 26.50-28.10, *6.90; few Utility 900- DENVER (AP-USDAV—cattle 1,400. calves ,400; slaughter cows strong, bulls generally unchanged; slaughter 'heifers mostly cnolcai commerclr slaughter cow Till 17.10-18.80, high dr cutter^ Io.40-l7.70; slaughter, bulls; ut 1.39% 1.35V4 1.23 1.26'/i \AWt • -1.25}4 ...,.17.70; canner 14.00-15.40; laughter bulls utility and commercial -3.70-25.90; feeder cattle choice 980 Ib steers 26.90; utility.and commercial feeder cows 15.10-17.00; ----.bulls 22.10-24.90. . Hogs 600; barrows and gilts steady to 25 lower, the dec Ine on weigh Ibs 1 and 2 200-230 Ibs 25.75-26. 208-240 Ibs 25.25-25.75, 3 and 4 24.50-25.00; sows, steady. - ' - 40-260 Ibs 1 to 3 350-400 Ibs t,JV-AJ.UU, auvva dicaur r i lu j ojvi-uw 101 2.50-23.00, 400-600 Ibs 21.00-22.50. Sheep 2,200; slaughter lambs mostly -feaoV, Instances 25 lower; other classes not established, "' ' " • ' steady, not este. , few prime, 95-11 slaughter" la'mbs choice^ Ibs 28.90-29.25. KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 1,200; calves 50; steers uneven, fully steady, heifers steady to strong; cows fully 25 higher; feeders fully steady; steers choice and prime 28.00-50; choice 27.00-75; mixed sood and choice 26.50-27.00; good 24.50-26.50; heifers hlsh , choice and prime 26.75-27.25; choice 26.00-50; mixed good and choice 25.25-75; good 23.00-25.00; cows utility and com merclal J7.00-18.50; feeder steers choice 550:700 Ib 29^0-32.00; choice 650-950 Ib Open WHEAT Dec 1.35'/2 Mar ..... 1.383/4 May .... Jul Sep „ CO ' IN Dec ..... Mar ..... !fc-; SeP OATS Sffr'-:-". May .... Jul 6/'/2 Sep .. .67% Dec 1.13% rtar M 7 % iep ... SOYBEANS Nov 2.43 Jan 2.50 War 2.55 Way .... 2.58V3 lul 2.60% Aug 2.56V4 Dec Jan V(ar May tul Aug Sep Oct 27.50-30.00; _QOOd 500-700 Ib 27.50-30.50; 700-925 Ib 2575-28.50; feeder heifers good and choice 500-700 Ib 25.00-28.00; steer Calves Choice 350-475 Ib 33.00-35.00; good and low choice 300-500 Ib 29.00-32.50; heifer calves good and choice 325-450 Ib 1.75; sows steady. to lL 22.50-23.25; 2-3 'Tsheep'"40or. v lambs and ewes steady; wooled lambs choice 28.00-50; mixed good and chofce • 27.50-28.00; show ewes culUitllityandgood. ...OMAHA (AP) — Slaughter steers and heifers sow, steers steady to Weak, heifers mostly 25 lower. * Mer steers: choice 1000-1225 Ibs. xed good and choice 975-1200 Ibs. some 27.25; good and 25-26.50. • heifers: choEe 825-1000 Ibs. SOYBEAN MEAL Dec 69.25 69JO Ian 68.80 69.20 V\ar ...... 69.55 70;05, May 70.50 70.80 Jul ....... 71.45' 71.80 Aug 71.40 71.65 Sep 70.00 70.10 Dec Jan Fob Apr sTaughti t i i -- -j llbKbl •*• %•• IWIW WA^'I WU' IU9i . -^.50; mlxed j good and choice 800-975 bs. 25-25.75; good 23-25. . CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) — Hogs re ceipts Tuesday were 3,500; butchers were stegdy JS^5 higher; fairly active; 1-2 sorted 200-220. Ib butchers 26.00-26,50, 115 Jiead^205-215 Ibs 26.50; 20 head most v Is 210 Ibs 26JSI 1-31 200-240 Ibs 25.50-26.00; 2-3 210-240 IbS 25.00-25.50; 2-4 240-270 Ibs 24.25-25.00; few lots 3-4 70-300 Ibs 23.5024,25; sows steady to 25 lower; fairly ac- 21.00.8, Cattle 1,200; calves none; steers Ibs 22.50-23.00; 1-3 400-500 Tbs 21.75-22.75; 2-3 500-600 Ibs 21.00-22.00; boars 20.5ol 21.00.8, Cattle 1,200; calves none; steers and heifers slow, steers steady to 25 low- L> K'J 6 ^ a k ou l,5l?. a .aVA wws. fairly active, 50,hlgher;"hlqh choice and steers ., Ibs yield grade 2 to T 28.00-29100; mixed pood and choice 27.50-28.00; good 26.25-27.50; standard and low pood 25.0026.25. Load high choice, and prime around 950 fc> slaughter heifers 27.75; choice 825-1,000 .V efe ; flrade_2 to 4.26.75-27.50; good and choice • cows " 1 " w TC *w.,^-*, .^w, wwuu OMU >; utility and commercial few high dressing utility ^n rrf **«""««"" "*****'* ••*" Hiatr «JI V99IMM 19.so-20.00; canners and cutters 18.7 Sheep idv; - .^W? slaughter lambs fully P8rt 4 de jii cl i 0 ' ce and prime. 98 Ib « h! rin head and choice 90 Ib wooled s auahter lambs carrylna several bucks 28:00. More about N.Y. bonds Continued from Page 29 ;Warrn 3Vis2000 6 40 .WeanUn 5'/ 2 s93 " v ' Wean 5Vas93-68 .WShore. 4s2361 Low Close CM tWmsBr 5'/4s88 Womot 5 iZapNor ; .ZapNo 4 ZaPN9, 'Austrl ,.., 1 Aust SVt,.. ^'Austral 4gs71 ••Austr; ffir ,Austra fn •Austral fn «. .Austr fn as4 :B«|Bm fnSWs' igfite 11 ^ 17 100VS, X YZ 8 99V4 99 ?9i/4 V5'/2 70 4 J§I&J09./. 4 7?V» 79'/» 79'A by The Atsocrtted press i 969 I Dividends declared irl"*r^.* . p( »*»y*M *»* •»»•* ,j&Wi~i . ' |Marattwn pi .... ^o Q iMpa^-M o •^fei^i e •SB"«f : !5!-.3 at around 1 cent above previous closings and at the end profi taking had turned nearly all options into losers. Oil futures also fell back from an early profit, but mea closed a shade higher. The government report wa issued .after the close of busi ness Monday. It showed soy beans exports nearly 30 pe; cent above last season and th< total for the week ended Oct. 3 was a record 17.4 million bush els, around 1 million above thi previous high. Corn and wheat future: opened on an irregular tone but, as prices in the soybean complex turned strong, buying edged into the corn and whea pits. This buying, too, was shor lived and after midsession quick profits were taken. Wheat futures, however, held small advances at the close while corn was mostly lower. Oats and rye trade was very dull, but while oats closed on a mixed tone rye prices edgec higher, largely on the late firmness in wheat. High > . P rev. Low Close Close i.^J 1.2«'/j 1.28'/2 1.24% 1.35% 1.35'A 1.35V«j 1.35% 1.38% 1.38'/2 1.38% 1.383/4 1.39% 1.39% 1.3934 1.39% 1.35% 1.35 1.35% 1.35 r— 1.37% 1.371/a 1.18'/4 ,1.17%' 1.17% 1.17% 1 .MVs 1.22% 1.22% 1.23 1.261/2 1.26 1,26 1.2BV2 1.28 1,28 1.25'A 1.24% j.24% '';61V» ;.'603/4 .60% .60% .651/4 .651/1 .651/4 .65'/4 .68 .67% .68 .68 .671* ,67>/2 ,67'/2 b.6?i/4 .68V<1 .67% ,681/a b.68% 1.14 1.13% 1.13% 1.131/2 1.17% 1.17'/4 1,171/4 1.16% 1.21 1.20% 1.21 1.203/4 — 1.193/4 1.19V2 2.43'/2 2.42% 2.42'/« 2.43 2.50 2.48% 2.48% 2.49'/a 2.55V« 2.54% 2.54% 2.54% 2.58% 2.57% 2.57% 2.58 2.60VJ 2,59% 2.59% 2.60 2.56 %2.56V< 2.56>/4 2.56'A 9.85 9.89 9.32 .9.35 8.89 8.91 8.78 ' 8.79 8.69 8.72 8.60 8.60 <>£; 8.34 9.67 9.78 9.84 9.14 . 9.21 9.27 8.71 8.78 8.89 8.62 8.66 8.76 8.56 8.60 8.70 8.50 8.52 8.59 8.20 8.20 8.29 8.10 aB.10. a8.13 68.85 69.40 69.20 68.50 69.00 68.75 69.40 69.75 69.55 70.35 70.75 70.45 71.30 71.75 71.50 71.40 871.60 371.40 69.50 369.80 869.60 28.75 .28.80:28.75 28.75 28.85 - '•• - —r-a28.70a28.7C 28.90 28.90 28.85 28.85 28.92 29.45 29.50 29,45 29.45 29.47 ' Nov 25.85 25.97 25.75 25.85 25.82 Jan 26,65 26.70 26.52 26.60 26.65 Mar 27.50 27.60 27.47 27.50 27.50 May 27.57 27.57 27.52 27.55 27.55 Jul 28.30 28.30 28.25 28.30 28.25 b—Bid; a—Asked; n—Nominal. CASH GRAIN: Wheat No. 2 hard yellow .35'/4; No. 2 soft red 1.36'/4n. Corn "NO. 2 /e ow 1.15%n; No. 3 yellow 1.15-16; No. 4 /el ow 1.06%-11. Oats No. 2 extra heavy white 61 n. Soybeans No. 1 yellow 2.38V2n; No. 2 yellow 2.36V2. Soybean oil 10.75n. Commodity futures CHICAGO (AP) — Futures tradlno on he Chicago Mercantile Exchange Tuesay: Pr»v. Open High Low Close Close Dec Feb Un kUfl Ocf LIVE BEEF CATTLE ---- " 28.55 28.75 29.22 29.25 28.52 28.62 28.65 28.87 29.30 29.30 29.20 29.22 29.32 29.15 29.17 29.27 29.20 29.22 29.32 59.20 29.52 29.45 29.50 29.57 29.00 29.12 29.00 29.10 D29.15 sc . ' a28.8'i b28.87 Sales: Dec 230; Feb 201; April 67; June Un , Dec an =eb ar Apr ^Aav 26.70 26.75.: 26.45 u.n 34.75 25.60 25.60 25.45 25.62 25.65 24.20 24,30 24.00' 24.20 24.10 25.00 25.00 24.95 24.95 24.80 53.40 53.70 50.30 50.30 46.90' 47. SO 43.40 43,90 43.00 43.45 38.40 38.75 2 7 ^° .37.50 52.75 53.35 53.50 49.20 50.25 50.25 46.25 47.50 46.75 42.90 43.95 43,35 42.70 43,15 42.85 38^0 3875.38.45 37.50. 37.50 37. Joy Mar Apr M a a ,S 137. « N AHO n36.75 036.75 O POTATOES NOV ___. 0; 5 ' 3 ^rTfl; Feb FROZEN jo PORK BELLIES War May Jul Auq Sales: FebVS-.«49i" r Ma>crT iTw"- May 5,779; • *•«**' i • / ^~ fc * »»J». a—Offered; n—Nominal. Custom smelting cent xed, f.o.b um Iver de- 98.8 :lnc St Butter and eggs (UPI-FSMNS-Efl8* un s9-typ« hens (delivered) 10-12Vj wtd f&rV*7^9A' " Jll% ''" 7 "'' ^"" *V8 IU.IM ICAGO (AP) —(USDA) — Butter -" M'n». J»-!». «A^W', Ao.Ch,cag e o score 1 Qtrus market LOS ANGELES (UPI-FSMNS) -Citrus market unchanged. LES (UPD— Citrus market LOS ANGEt (all auctions): .Sunkut n prices. Visporfi repr«s«nfaf!ire Cottonseed oil N6W J YORK (AP) -,. tonsued ol| futuree closed qui cot- no Hay market now «. 7f wrflht "" Bank and Tru&t Ovfcr the Counter Bank, Trust A Insurance NEW YORK (AP) — The following bid and asked quotations with net change from previous day's closing bid, supplied by the National Association of securities Dealers, Inc., are not actual transactions but are representative inter- dealer prices, at which these securities could have been purchased tasked) or sold (bid). Inferdeailer markets change throughout the day. Prices donot Include retail markup, tparkdown or commission. Bunk uiwl Trust - „ , „ Bid Ask .... Bonkamerlca 2.20 68'^ 68% -t- % Bk ofrW York Co 2 48'2 «« Crocker .Nat Cp 1.60 36% First NB BOst 2.90 First Pa Phlla. 1,84 Franklin NY Com Mellon Pitt i2Q Nat Bk Nor Am .«0 Sec Pac Bk 1.28b US Trust NY UO. Wells Fargo Co 1.60 »=.* 37V1 — % 5'/» - 1/4 Insurance if* 51V» 44.* 5Z All Am Life .20g Allcitv Ins .lOb Allied Life Am Bk Lf FI8 .l$b Am Family Life A,m Fidel Life .06g Am Foundation .log Am Founders Life t Am Guaranty t Am Heritage Lf .20 Am income Lf t Am Intl Group .50 Am Intl Grp cvpf 2 Am N. Ins Galv .31 Am Pioneer Life Am Presld Life Arn Public Life Am Reinsur NY 2 Am Reserve ,40 Am States Life t Assoc Madison BMA Corp .3S Bankers Nat Lf ,.1Sd Bankers. Sec .20b Beneflc Nat Life Beneflc Std Lf A.40. Bonneville Sylvan Calif Westn st .408 Capital Holding Gp Chase Net Life Chesapeake Lf B Chubb Corp 2.20 Citizens Life.NY coastal State .25d College Unlv .log Colonial Lf&Ac .24 Combine-Ins ,Ma Conn Gen In .76 Cont Amer 1.20 Cont Mortgage • Criterion Ins .20 Crum&Forster 1.80 Crum8«For pf 2.40 § RC Corp astern Life §mplre Gen mplre Lf Am Employ Group 2.40 Excel Invest Excelsior NY .40 Family. Lf A t Farm&Home Lf .25b Farm New Wld .12 Fidelity Corp Fid Union Life Fst Am Flnan .20 Fst Colony Life Fst Federal Lf .30 Foundation Lf Ga Franklin Life .40a GL Enterprises Gen Reinsur 1.40 Geo Washington Ga Intl Cp "lobe Lf&Acc .08d _ovtEmployes l Govt Emp Llfe.32 Great Cmwlth Lf 1 Southern .20a -t WestLlfe 2.40 Hamilton Intl Cpt Hanover Insur 1 Hartford Fire 1.40 Hartfd Stm Boll 1.32 Home Security .40 Horace Mann 17>/t 91/4 38 ) 4</i Wi 12% 91 10% 671/j 511/2 4'/i 24% U \ .8% 21%. 3V4 20W 27 4% ... 173/4 ... 391/1 ... 11% + IF* - 6SV4 Ir.dep Amer Life In depend Li A .56 Integon CP .20 Intercoast Life Interflnanclal Inc Intl Holding Interstate Corp .20 Ksmperco Co .60 Kennesaw Lf&A Ky Central Lf .16 Lamar Life .609 Liberty Nat Lf L (e Absur Pa Life Florida ; lfe» Insur Ga .44 Li,'» tnsur Ky .OSg Life !nv Inc Line Amer Lf Line Income Lf .408 Line Consolid Louisiana So Lf Loyal Am Life Manchester L8.C t Manhattan Life .27g Mass Gen Lf Mercantile Sccur Mli West Nat MioSvn Nat Ohio Mldwn Unit Lf .309 Mission Equities .20 Modern Secur .109 Monarch Cap ,48g Monumental Cp .56a Mutual Sav Lf .I4g NLT Corp .12q Nat Fid Lf .20 Nat Investors Lf .07 Nat Life . Fie 10 20V_. m .•»* 273/4 57 41% 66 46 S5'/j 3r« 6% 2S'/4 7Vj 45'/4 17% 44 l3'/4 19 15 SVi 22'/« PA 313 5 13°,4 17'/s 58V4 551/4 Il'/4 12'/2 107 7% 23'/4 64% 32 21 Vi 23 27>A 59 — S7'A — 71 1/2 + 1/2 421/4 _ V, 47Vi + 'Vl 9% ..... 9 ..... 2% — y. J6I/4 il'i/4 17% lll'sii 46 141/4 — 1/4 20 — Vj 16 ... . 5% -f- % 22V4 — % 5V4 — Va 317 : _... 14V4 77 V> 18'/J —11/4 59 —1 56 — 1/4 121/4 13'/3 .. .. 112 —1 B'/4 233/4 ... . 64% + V» 22'/3 .'.'.'.'.' 24'/J Bid Ask N«t 31'/4 321/4 —1 n - '«:: 10V4 .. 6% — 131/4 .. 26 — 'A 11% — 81/4 .. 37 .. 24% + i/« 12 .i X Y : 24V4 11% 4?* — V* 10% — 1/4 161/4 .. 20% .. 7% — 10'/4 12% 36 24% 23'/4 im I9H y/» 914 15Va 20 6% 1% TO Nat Old Llne.20 NatReserv* Lf Net Westn Lf Natlonwd A Nor Am Lf cas .1 Nor Am Lf Ins .4 Nor Atlan Life North Cent .10 Northeast lns.80 NorthwNat Lf .60 Occidental L> .10 .30b OldRepubllClntCp .48 Pacific Std Peerless In* .30 Peninsular Lf Penn, Lite Peoples Life .60b Peoples Protective Phlla Life .30b Piedmont Man Preferred Risk .10d Protective Lf .36 Provident Lf ,20b Provldnt Lf&Acc .64 Pyramid Life .20g Rep Ins Tex 1.20 Rep Nat Life .20 Richmond, i Safeco 1.10 . Safeco pf ,90 if Paul Co 1 Jeaboard Life Secur Conn Lf t Security Cp 2b Sec TltleStGuar .20 "lerra Life Jouthland. Life 1 Swn Life ns .80 Std Sec Life State Capital .28 Statesman Group .05e Sun Life Ins .28 Supreme Life Tl Corp 1.40 Time Holding .40b Underwriters Nat Unlcoa .80 Unit Amer Lf t United Fire .40g Unit Founders Unit Liberty Lf UnitLlfe&Acc .10 Unit Services .27g JSFidS.Guar 4 , Variable An Life Volkswagen Ins Washington Nat .66 Westn Cas&S 1:40 Westn Resources Windsor Life World Svc .10g Zenith Unit Corp 8: W* ,4V* 181/4 21% 30 •9% *1 trVt W/i If* 11% 19 47Vt 42 223/4 26 17'/» 14'/2 IJ'/J 25 51 54V4 19'/j 46'/2 7'/J 10'/4 38% 10 3W 41 W 24'A 14% 33/4 16 12 42Vi 23'/a 7% 13Va 19 12'/2 14% 40 69 27>/4 7% 40'/4 42 3H 7% 10 !0'/8 121/3 18% 15 — >/4 131/4 — V Mi ... 11V4 + '/ ' 10 — % 9% — W 12% + W 22 '.' 52 — 'y 8'/4 + V 18'/« — '/ .... 7% .... IS'/* — V &\/4 _ I/, 43'/j .. 23% — ''/ «7 .;:. 171/2.... 261/2 .... 26 — '/< 52 .... 551/4 .... 20 ^1/4 47 — \k 111* — V 43V2 —IV 34% _ V 251/4 .... 150/4 _ 1/4 41/4 .... 16'/3 4- V 32VJ —'V 33'/3 .... 43'/2 ... 24 — % 20 ... 13'/2 ... 14% — 1/4 42 •—2V2 69% — % 28 — ;i/4 7% + .--• Mutual funds NEW, YORK (AP) —The following quotations, supplied by the National Association of Securities Sealers, Inc., are he prices at which these securi ies could have been sold (bid) or bought [asked) Tuesday. Bicf Ask 2.49 2.72 7.79 8.51 7.80 8.44 11.62 11.62 Aberdn Advlsrs Affiliatd Afutre All Am . Alpha Fd 12.541 Amcao 6.18 i Am BUS 3.29 3.56 Am Dvln 10.9411.96 AEx spl 10.76 Am Grth ' •' Am Inv Am Mut AmN Gth Am Pac .98 _ 1.07 6.18 6>5 6.46 7.02 8.41 . 8.41 9.53 10.42 3.J7 3.46 unavall CaDit . Grwth Anchor Group: ~ " 9.7410.67 _ 13.6114.92 Incme 9.11 9.98 Fd Inv 10.31 11.30 Assocla 1.35 1.48 Astron 6.72 7.34 Axe Houghton: Fund A 6.8_3 7.42 Fund B Stock • Scl Cp Sabson 3erg Knt 3lafr .F Jondstk 8.51 9.' 6.63 7.25 5.33 5.79 9.18 9.18 10.20 10.20 13.15 14.37 7.00 7.65 774 8." Boit" Fdri 12.12 13.' Joston 8.50 9.1. 3road .St 15.0316.25 Jullock 15.9417.46 CG Fd 9.6010.38 Canadn 19.3020,87 Capamr • 8.51 9.3? Capit Inv 4.76 5.21 Bos on St Capit Shr Cent Shr Chan.ning Com St Grwth 2:3213:46 1.83 6.81 Incom 8.21 8.97 Spec! 3.03 3.31 Chase Group: Fund 12.1513.28 ~ ' 105.15109.82 12.0413.16 Frnt •Shrhd Spec! hemcl Colonial: Eauty Fund Grwth Vent Col Grth Commc 10.4811.45 ComS Bd 5.32 87.5 Commonwl h Fds: Cap Fd 10.58 11.56 9.84 10.74 19.6321.46 5.05 5.52 11.3812.44 6.91 7.55 7.46 8.15 14.56 14.51 Incom Invest Stock 10.0210,95 10.0711.01 9.44 10.32 Cwltn AB 1.53 1.66 Cwlth- CD 1.78 1.9;' :omp As 16.39 17.9 L Cornpet 8,88 9.73 Comp Bd 9.6010,43 Bid Ask 9.8710.73 5.50 6.01 14.5614.56 12.50 12.87 Comp., Fd Comstk Concord Consol In Consu In Cont Gth 10.6610.77 Corp U) • unavail Cntv Cap 14.5015.68 Crn WDiv 7.27 7.9.' Crn WDal 12.24 13.31, deVah M 70.8370.83 Decaf Inc-11.64 12.72 Delawre 14.4115.75 Delta Tr -••-•• Dlvid Shr DowT In Downt F Drexel 8.64 9.44 3.77 4.13 7.13 7.79 6,54 7.17 17.4617.46 1K03 12.05 13.7Q 14.97 Dreyf Fd 13.71 15.02 Dreyf Lv 12.8014.03 Eaton&Howard: Balan Grwth Incom 6.43 7.03 Spec! 11.7512.84 S oclc 15.34 16.77 Eberst 14.0215.33 Egret 14.1015.33 Emrs Sc 8.25 9.02 Energy 13.7213.72 Entprse : 8.87 9.69 Equity . 9.96 10.89 Equt Gth 18.9820.80 Essex 17.25 .. Everst In 15.0916.49 Explor 25.74 27.38 Falrfd 11.9213.03 Farm Bu 11.7411.74 Fed Grth ''14.69 16.05 Fid Cat) 12.4315.58 Fid -Fund 17.83 19.29 Fid Trnd 27.1829.70 Financial Proa: .Dynm 6.96 7.62 Indust 4.33 4.74 Incom ' - -" Vent •• ... FstF Va 11.56 12.6. Fst InGth.10.53 11.54 Fs InStk 9.3010.19 Fst Multl 10.1410.30 Fsf Nat 8.01, 8.75 Fst Slera 47.9652.59 "let Cap 8.38 .... let Fnd 7.00 ... . Ja Gth 7.59 8.30 Fnd Gth 6.02 6.58 Foundrs 8.56 9.36 Foursa 11.8812.98 Franklin Group: 6.69 7.32 8.8i 9.70 2.63 DNTC 10.8611.90 .Utll 6.63 7.27 Incom 2.21 2.42 Freedm 8.73 9.54 Fd frMut 10.3710.37 Fund Am 10.2511.20 Gen Sec 11.61 11.61 Glbraltr 15.11 15.11 Group Sec: Aero Sc .9,32 1 Gr h Ind "ryphn .uardn Hamilton: Hanovr Harbor Hartwll H&C Lev Hedb Gor Hedge Herftge 17.2618,86 25.50 25.50 4.97 5.44 9.9910.92 1.43 1.55 9.24 10.10 16.21 17.72 12.66 13,68 9.63 9.63 12.9514.19 3.11 3.41 New York potatoes NEW YORK (AP) — Potato futures: Maine closed unchanged to 2 cents higher. Sales 868 contracts, High November 2.<3 March 9.76 April 2.97 May 3.57 Low Close !$" i:£ m 1* i .Mann Hubsmn InsBk Stk Bid Ask 16.0516.72 7.35 8.03 5.72 6.25 4.70 5.14 9.84 10.75 10.51 11.42 7.87 8.55 7.27 7.97 10.7711.77 -14.44 15.78 6.55 7.17 7.48 8.09 13.95 15.25 9.57 9.57 13.80 13.8 Inv CoA Inv. Guld Inv Indie iu.ou ij.g nves Bos 12.5613.73 Investors Group: . IDS ndi 5.42 5.89 Mut 10.18 11.07 Prog. 5.27 5.73 Stock 20.2121.97 Select . 9.01 9.68 , Var Pv 8.48 9.21 nv Resh 5.1^ .5.58 S el 23.94 24.68 vest . 15.97 17.45 Ivy 9.40 9.49 J Hnooek 8.86 9.62 Johnstn 2290.22.90 /stone Funds: :us Bl 19.2220.07 B2 20.03 J.T.86 B4 9.41 10.28 K1 8.04 8.78 " 5.69 6.22 18.76 20.47 10.5811.54 •8.00 B.74 5.58 6.09 4.62 - Kh'iciTGt 12.'4613:65 Lex-firth .9.93.10.85 Lex. 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Bits of news, and rumors dropped by even th» best-intentioned of friends, may be poor signposts to follow on the road to sensible investing. Before you take another step,.stop in and ask one of our registered representatives to fill in the facts he has about a company that has caught your eye. Ask for the'profit picture over the last few years, the dividend record, any major developments that he feels might influence the company's position. ; "•'• The solid ground of facts and well-reasoned judgment is the only route we rewroinend, There's no charge for talking it over. And oar welcome mat is always out. i V ' Own your share of American <>u«fae«f 1931 , ksl.Y, I3ECK Olvlnlen-RAUSCHBR RtlRRCft f KPURITIIill Member New York Stp^k Atntrlw Stock |xehin(* / Midwest Stock Jxchin|» ). fwiflif Ralph H, Eaton Sidney H. Smith Eaton, Smith honored by real estate group Industrial, developer Ralph H. Eaton has been named 1969 "Citizen of the Year" and Sidney H. Smith "Realtor of the Year" by the Phoenix Real Estate Board. At its regular luncheon meeting yesterday the board also named its membership committee headed by H. E. "Brownie" Blake as "Committee of the Year." Western's earnings up 16 per cent Western Financial Corp.,/ holding company for Western Savings and Loan Association, yesterday reported higher operating income and. net earnings •for the nine months end' ' ; . Junius E. ! Driggs, president, said 'total operating income for ihe period was $13,440,808, Up 10 per cent from $12,197,459 last year. Consolidated net earnings rose 16 per cent to $1,223,087 from $1,048,620 for the same period last year. : Based on 999,056 shares outstanding' ."for: the first nine months of ''1969, earnings , per share Avere $1.23, compared to $1.29 last. year on .10 per cent '. fewer shares " outstanding- ; '•• '".\ : ;V;Vv ' : Driggs. -pointed • ,out '-. that Western; Savings 'increased-- its dividend'- rate . on ; :; passbo<ik^ savings from.4.50 per cent to? 4,75 per cent: on July 1, 1969, ancbthat -the'veffective cost of: i^i^incr^fer 'during the third q^ite|'?faS:8' cents a ; share. : 'The ' tptar' savings increase recorded fey the association was substantially higher than the savings and loan industry average of 2.4 per cent for the, first',iiine : :, months of 1969, Driggs 'said. The association's total savings increased $17,930,000, or 8.96 per cent for the nine-month period, compared to an increase of $12,540,000 or 6.8 per cent last year. The effective interest rate on the association's present loan portfolio is 6.60 per cent. APARTMENT 'SITE SCOTTSDALE ROAD Can ' be purchased subject to zoning for 105 apartments at less than $1000 per unit. 264- 3796 DEAN SERVICE Eaton, whose many undus- trial developments in this city include the Eaton Square complexes that provide industrial, office and warehouse facilities in residential-like projects, was cited by the Realtor group for his contributions to the growth and development of the city and extensive 'civic and philanthropic activities. Smith, who is associated with Ed .Post Realty, was cited -for his 'extehsiye Contributions id activities df.the Phoe^nix .Re?ai: Estate; Board as a . past president, current director, arid 'chairman of a number of committees. •Blake^'s; committee was honored'in recognition of its efforts that resulted in adding i : 50 hew Realtors to the organization during the 1968-69 season. ' The . honors luncheon concluded, with a presentation of plaques, to all the organization's committee chairman. Action urged in marketing The general manager of tire Phoenix Coca Cola Co. last night told the Sales and Marketing Executives Association that successful marketing must recognize trends before they occur. George W. Taylor, speaking at the Saddleback Inn, said: "In successful marketing of a product, it is not enough to be able to recognize changes and to react to them. You must be able to recognize trends and study, plan and act before changes actually occur." He declared that "relevance is the key to our times." "Change just for the sake of change is not enough," he said. "Any product change now must relate to things around us." Work to start oil new'--school Construction starts this week on an eight-grade elementary •• school at 3333 W. Banff for the Washington Elementary School District. The ; $683,800 two-building school- complex", is being constructed by jSauer . 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Campbe?!, Tucson, Art'. 85718^ ATTOIINEY Excellent opporiuniiy for attorney experienced in land acquisition options, leases & Other real property rnatters with national publicity owned listed cor- porafion.' Excelferit com- pi^nsation, benefits & room, to grow. Send com- ple;i-e resume & salary requirements to Personnel Director . Ramada Inns, ' ROB 590, Phoenix, Ariz.. 85001. An equal opportunity employer. . INVESTMENT ASSOCIATES The House of Mutual Fund Specialists •; • : y is pleased, to announce that Nat Rafsky ; has, joined the firm q$ an owner and principal INVESTMENT ASSOCIATES Chris-Town Center, Phoenix . Court of Fountains, Mezzanine 279.9574 The First Boston Corporation will hold an information meeting regarding Colonial Income Fund, Inc. ,<• '• > at the : - : GlbudClub Mandarin Room • 3550 North Central Avenue, Phoenix 2:30 EM., Thursday, November 6,1969 All NASD members are cordially invited to send representatives. 1-800453-5555 (TOLL FREE)

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