Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on August 15, 1970 · Page 134
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
August 15, 1970

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 134

Publication:
Location:
Phoenix, Arizona
Issue Date:
Saturday, August 15, 1970
Page:
Page 134
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 134 article text (OCR)

Phoenix, Sat., Aug. 15,1970 83 Corn futures post greatest one*week sain of the vear o •/ CHICAGO (AP)—Corn futures posted an advance of 13 cents a bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade the past week, the highest such price move in one week year. in this commodity this Th* strong bull move of corn futures influenced higher prices Livestock ler^c.'. stee^a^- 1 ^ hei trade on slaughter ifers last week was fairly 19 two weeks of draggy " r steers and heifers instances 25-50 cents and packers in a current mostly lower. Both positions Weif Coast buyers fairly aggressive for cattle to meet immediate slaughter but were also rather bearish, reflecting the unfavorable relationship between live and dressed prices. Arizona peckers receiving only 25 per cent of sews, balance to California, ex cept few loads again contractlns of feeder getting under way ' --•-•••- • sale: going to Texas. ler cattle and calves to a limited extent. Confirmed sales Included 11,700 slaugh ' 700 slaughter heifers anrf nc with 4,400-1,200-0 fer steers, calves compa week and 2,1' year ago. last KANSAS CITY (AP)-Cattle 100; calve* ANSAS e; not.. none; not enough to test prices. Hogs 2,000; barrows and gilts ste 1-3 190-220 Ib 22.00-75! . . _ 75; sows steady; 1-3 190-2 2-4 250-275 Ib 22.00-75; SOWS Sti 330-400 Ib 18.00-20.00; 2-3 400-600 18,00; U.S.. 3, 550-650 Ib W.7* . 330-400 Ib 18.00-20. .00; U.S. 3, 550- . Sheep 10; not established. CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) - Cattl re- i DA) ceipts Friday were 2,500; slaughter steers and heifers fairly active, steers generally Mutual funds NEW YORK (AP) —The followinfl auo- taflons, supolied by th* National Assoel- ation of Securitres Dealers, inc., art the prices at which these securjttt* could have bten sold (bidfor ouMf (asked) Friday. Bid A**l» Aberdn 1.64 1.T7 Admiralty Funds: Grwth 4.A& 5.11 Incom Insur Advisrs Affillatd Afutre All Am F Allstate Alpha Fd Amcap Am Bus Am Dvln 3.41 3.74 5.93 6.SO 4.11 4.49 4.13 4.63 5.22 5.22 .53 .50 8.43 9.06 8.71 9.5? 4.49 5.13 2.83 3.07 8.61 9.41 Amer Express: 25 higher; heifers steady to strong; cows scarce, steady. Prime 1,175-1,350 Ib slaughter steers yield grade 3 and 4 31.75-32.00; seven loads at the latter price; high choice and 5.50-27.U. Choice 850-1 yield grade 2 and cholc " for wheat, oats and soybeans futures. , Soybean oil, meal and iced broilers, however, were irregular for the week. Nev? highs for the season were set several days in corn, wheat and oats. The weather, as usual during the growing season, was a factor in the movement of prices, but last week a government crop report and the possibility of crop damage to corn were major influences. The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimated on Tuesday that, as of Aug. 1, this year's corn crop would total nearly 4.69 billion bushels and soybeans production would total just over 1.11 billion bushels. The trade had expected a higher corn figure and construed the report as bullish; it also had expected a somewhat higher soybean figure because the demand is estimated at around 1.20 billion bushels. Thus prices bulled ahead on the government report Wednesday, and on Thursday and yesterday there were new reports of expanded infestation of a corn fungus. Own Hith Lew Close close' Caplt 'none Invest Spec! Stock Am Eaty Am Grth Am Inv Am Mut AmN Gth !> slaughter helfei good irade 2 to 4 28.50-29.5l5; mixed good oice TTWOO Ibs 27.75-28.50; good .75; utility and commercial cows cannert and cutters 21 25 • Sheep 100; small lotmostlyprlme 100Ib »pring slaughter lambs 29.50; few lots good and choice 80-85 Ibs 28.00, Commodity futures CHICAGO (AP) — Fi theChlcagoMercantll' ;ures trading on dav: xcnangeFri- Open LIVE BEEP Hifh Low Close Close ATTLE "1.82 30.60 1.95 28.57 ar i?: LIVE HOOS Aug 23.00 K Oct 19.80 ». Dec • 19.20 b!9.32 19.I Feb 19.00 ' 19.05 li.! Apr 19.00 19.05 19.1 Sales: Aug 174; Oct46; ' April 2. SHELL EGGS Auq 36.60 36.60 36.00 Sep 42.30 43.95 42.30 Oct 38,85 40.05 38.70 Jan ; 37.10 ..... 37.65 37.00 37.60 37.00 . . . . . Sales: Aug 2; Sep 2,537; Oct 385; Nov 93; Dec 666; Jan 120. IDAHO POTATOES Nov ' b5.10 M P a r y H2 154 To "If* Sales: Nov 0; April 0; May 63. nS.OO P8C. 6.11 6.48 7.12 8.44 7.37 8.0S 6.62 7.00 7.65 3.83 4.19 4.91 5.37 4.21 4.*l 7.24 7.91 2.20 2.40 5.71 6.24 Group: Anchor _. __,.. caeit 6.29 .... Orwth 8.35 9.15 mcme 4.72 7.36 Fd Inv 7.01 7.6i Vent 36.04 39.51 Apollo Fd 6.72 7.34 Assocla 1.08 1.18 - Von 3.67 4.07 t Houghton: •und A 4.42 4.80 'und B 6.19 6.73 itock 5.18 5.66 _cl Cp 3.82 4j15 Babson 7.30 7.30 ~eacon 10.5310.53 Bullock Calvin: Bullck 11.1612.23 Candn 17.14 IB.sa Divld 3.09 3.39 NatW S 9.17 9.93 BusM Fd CG Fd Cent Shr 7.06 7.63 9.15 10.12 . .... . nnlng Funds Balan 9.71 10.61 Com St 1.37 1.50 Grwth 4.07 4.45 Incom 6.54 7.15 Spec! 1.34 1.46 Chase Gr Bos: . CaDlt 4.79 5.23 Fund 6.50 7.10 Frnt 55.82 58. Shrhd Spec! Chemcl Colonial: Egu»y 8.50 ... 6.36 6.95 13.78 15.06 Prev. Sep Dec Mar May JUI CORN Jlc Mar May JUI OATS Sep Dec Mar WHEAT 1.50V4 1.50V4 1.48% 1.49% 1.5514 1.561* 1.54% 1.57 1.58% 1.56'/i 1.51., 1.55% 1.571/4 1.54% 1.56'/j 1.50V4 1.521/4 1.493/4 1.52>/2 1.40'/4 1.43V2 1.40 1.43V4 1.40'/2_ 1.42%. 1.39Vs .42% l'.48% .... 1.48 1.5 Fund Grwth . Incom vent Col Grth Commc Cams Bd Cwlth AB Cwlth CD Comp As Compel Comp Bd Comp Fd Comstk Concord Consol In Contl Ml Cont Gth Corp .SOVi .551/4 .57^/4 .55'/4 .40% I 1 .*ttV» l«J7/_ , ._ ._ 1.47% 1.44'A l^f7V2 1.44V4 1.50V2 1.47'A 1.501/4 1.47 '.51 1.48 1.50% 1.481/4 May .71% .74% -.75* SOYBEANS .73 ...71% .75'/4 .63% .75% .74V4 .75'/4 .63 3 /4 .73 ...72'A .75V4 .75 3 /4 .75W> .743/4 .75',i .74V4 AU9 2.81 2.82% 2.80V4 2.82% 2.81 Vt Sep ' 2.81V42.83 2.80V2 2.83 2.8T/3 Nov 2.83% 2.85% 2.83 2.8j% 2.841/4 Jan 2.89V4 2.9T/2 2.88% 2.91V2 2.89% Mar 2.941/j 2.96% 2.94 2.96V4 2.94'/2 May 2.98P/4 3.00% 2.98 3.003/4 2.991/4 Jul 3.01 3.03 SOYBEAN OIL . . . 3.01 3.03 3.01Vj AUB Sep Oct Dec Jan Mar May & £ Jan Mar May Jul 11.16 10.69 0.32 10.12 . 10.05 10.16 9.98 10.11 10.00 10.08 11.20 11.01 11.20 11.18 10.77 10.56 10.71 10.71 0.42 0.27 10.36 10.35 10.18 10.05 10.14 10.15 10.10 . 9.97 9.90 9.95 . . 10.10 alO.10 10.07 alO.OB 10.02 10.05 82.40 82.60 81.50 80.75 81.35 82.75 80.05 80.75 78.50 79.60 77.50 U8.60 77.80 78.70 78.25 79.40 79.00 . 79.65 78. ICED BROILE Autl 25.45 Sep Nov Jan 82.40 82.70 82.10 81.95 80.40 80.40 79.40 79.1C 78.50 78.11 878.50 a78.2i 79.00 78.61 79.50 B79.4! 25.45 25.10 25.25 25.45 24.60 24.25 24.40 24.62 24.00 23.50 23.75 23.55 24.52 24'.95 25.25 24i' 25.25 Mar 25.90 J5.95 25.85 25.92 25.80 b—Bid; a—Asked; n—Nominal. CASH GRAIN (AP) — Wheat No. 2 hard red l.Sln; No. 2 soft red 1.50%n Corn No. 2 yellow 1.43%n. Oats No. 2.06 3.22 8.89 9.72 4.57 4.99 9.04 9.88 3.44 3.76 9.48 9.48 7.70 8.42 3.92 4.26 1J10 1.19 1.32 1.43 7.63 8.34 5.35 5.86 7.64 8.31 7.78 8.44 3.57 3.91 9.13 9.13 Gtt Ld 9.13 I'9? 6J6 .... 2.43 13.71 Cnty Cap 9.3410.1! Crn WDiv 4.83 5.3 Cm WDal 5.50 6.01 deVflh M 51.1651.1 Delaware Group: Decat 9.7510.46 Delwr Delta Drexel 10.3211.28 5.54 6.05 11.0411.04 Drevf Fd 9.6610.59 Dreyf Lv 10.5711.58 Eaton&Howard: Balan 8.76 9.57 Grwth 9.4410.3 Incom 5.20 5.68 Sped 6.62 7.23 Stock 10.9 Eberst 10.3611.35 Egret 9.9410.8C Emrg Sc 4^12 4.50 Energy 10.4910.49 Enfprse 4.97 Equity 7.55 8.25 Equt Gfh 7.49 8.2 Essex 12.0612.0 4.12 4.i 7.39 8.08 8.04 8.04 3.22 3.52 4.92 5.39 3.66 4.0 8.67 9.48 Auq 36.30 37.57 36.30 b37.57 36.12 Feb 30.90 31.92 30.90 31.67 30.70 Mar 31.00 32.07 31.00 31.90 30.90 Mey 31.70 32.80 31.70 32.60 31.60 Sales%Aug3,917;Feb2,014;March 241; May 87; July 13. Open Interest: August 5,978; Feb 3,020; March 1,013; May 546; July 43. b— Bid; a— Offered; n— Nominal. New York wool NEW YORK (AP) — Wool futures declined Friday on commission house selling, wool top* futures were quiet. . Wool futures closed .3 of a cent to 1.1 cents lower. High Low Close Mar 101.5 101.0 2100.5 May 101.5 101.4 101.4 Jul 102.0 101.8 zlOI.6 Oct • 102.5 102.5 ZlOl 8 Certificated wool spot S94.5. Wool tops futures closed quiet. No tales. Certificated spot wool tops si 38.5. z— bid; s— nominal. exira neavy wnire /o'/2n. aoyoeans no. 1 yellow 2.80n. Soybean oil 11.21n. Lot Anieles Grain Market No. 2 yellow corn from the East 3.033.08, No. 2 yellow grain sorghum 80-84 cent rate 2.66-2.7], No. 2 yellow grain sorghum nontranslf from the East 2.64- Custom smelting NEW YORK (UPD— Custom smelter metal prices: Aluminum, primary, 99 per cent plus, pure 30 ib. ingots 29.00c Ib. Ant monv. domestic, 99V2 per cent pure f.o.b. Laredo, Tex., bulk 176.00C Ib. Copper, electrolytic, delivered U.S. 59.Bl-60.25c Ib.; Lake 60.00c Ib. Lead, common, N.Y. 15.50C Ib.; St. Louis 15.300 Ib. Manganese, 99.9 per cent pure, boxed regular 31.25c Ib. Nickel, electrolytic cathodes, f.o.b. Port Corborne. Ont., 128.00c Ib. Platinum, soft, 99.5 fine, $130-$135 oz. Quicksilver, S385-J395 76-lb. flask. Tin, N.Y., oromot delivery. 174.75C Ib. Everst In 10.6011.58 F-D Cap Fairfd Farm Bu ____ ... Fed Grth 10.16 ll.ic Fid Cap 9.5610.45 Fid Fund 12.6313.8 Fid Trnd 18.4320.1 Financial Prog: Dynm 3.38 3.70 Indust " " Incom Vent FstF Va .... ... Fstln DIS 6.06 6.64 Fst InGth 6.11 A.7 Fst InStk 6.84 7.49 Fst MUltl 7.31 7.4 Fst Nat 6.00 6.5i Fst Siera 30.1333.04 Flet Cap 5.22 Flet Fnd 4.57 Fla Gtfv 4.39 4.79 - • -" 3,53 3.8 _______ 6.71 7J Foursa 7.91 8.64 Franklin Group: DNTC Grwth Util Incom Fnd Gth Foundrs 6.84 S.! 1 4 77 1.9 6.93 7.5 Fd frMut 8.10 8.1 - J -"- 7.16 74 5.95 6.4 8.35 8.! 5.08 5.1 Group Sec: • Apex F 5.62 6.4 Bal Fd 7.63 6.3 Com St 10.91 11.9 GrthFd A 5.80 6.1 Grth >nd 15.3815.: Freedm Fund Am Gatewv Gen Sec Gibraltr Frozen orange juice NEW YORK (AP)—Frozen concentrate orange Juice .fyjures^closed; 15 to 50 hisher. Sept Nov Dec Jan Mar May July z-bld. lies .10 38.65 38.90 39.75 40.30 40.80 41.65 ._ 39.35 39.55 40.20 41.05 41 .£0 41.65 itracts. Low Close Close 38.00 Z37.80 Z37.65 38.65 Z38.80 Z38.45 38.90 Z39.25 38.80 39.65 39.75-80 239.30 40.30 40.60-65240.] 40.80 141.10 40.8 41.65 241.65 41.3 Gryphn Guardn Hamilton: HFI Gth Harbor Hartwll H&C lev 12.2713.4 20.03 20.0 3.57 3.9 5.40 5. r 6.73 7.36 8.26 8.: 8.09 8.r Hedb Gor 6.12 6. tungsten Powder, 98.8 per cent mini- Jern, N.Y., 16.00O Ib.; FUTURES Sliver closed 580 to. 590 hloher. Sales mum pure, $3.90 Ib. Zinc, prime weste East St. Louis 15.50 4,183 contracts. „ Jan 188.30; Mar July 197.60; Sept,'. Copper closed 2; 355 contracts. »c, 57.55; Mar 57.75; Lead, zii no sales. Sept 181.8 ir 191.40; 200.70; Di 25 to 30 .80; Dec 186.80; hig Sales Sept 57.05; Dec 57.55; Jan ...75; May 57.75; July 57.70. Lead, zinc and tin futures closed quiet, New York potatoes N-IW-.X??"*. 1AP) - Pot«|» hf ^res: Maine closed 10 to li 1,007 contracts. Hlth Nov 2.60 2:w 3.15 3.83 M P a r v Sales Close IS -a» Sugar NEW YORK (AP) ca futures No. 10 _____ aw sugar spot B. orld .soar No. J& I Mar May Jul OC z-bld. pornetttlc Sugar t. No sales. quiet, . Sales. ,f 3 3:« IIS 3.93 3.82 3.96 8 closed 3 to 10 contracts. sV'* 3.81 3.9. 3.83 3.85 4.82 3.92 3.96 Z3.94 Cottonseed oil , NEW YORK tonseed " ' (AP) - Bleachable cot- v n _ _i__-j _:.i_i -**.**. _7 WI jd oil futures closed quiet, no Mies" aTEarar-w* New York cotton Hedge Heritge H Mann Hubsmn ICM Finl ISI Gth ISI Inc Impact F Imp Cap Imp Gth Inc FdB Indepnd Ind Trnd strv Inv CoA 8.75 9.L 1.65 1.8 12.39 12.9 3.33 3.i 6.16 6. 3.41 3.: 3.72 4.1 5181 6.3 7.56 8. 5.51 6. 5.96 6. 4.71 5, 9.93 10. 3.42 3. 6.81 7. 10.5011. ltd Ask nv GyML ?4I 7.11 nvn Bos' «'.«1u".56 vestors Or: IDS ndl i: Mut $.: Pros Stock Select var.- rtv ft tel i/V Hncock 6.'_ .... ohnstn 16.29 16.17 evstone Funds: Apollo 7.45 8.t7 Cus Bl 18.0518.85 Cus B2 17.7219.34 Cus B4 7.76 8.47 Cus Kl 4.51 7.11 Cus K2 3.91 4.27 Cus SI 74.87 16.23 Cus 52 8.57 9.36 Cus S3 5.76 6.29 Cus S4 3.23 3.53 Polar 2.85 3.13 nickb 5.83 6.39 nick Gt 6.22 £41 ex Grth 6.43 7.03 ex Rsch 11.8913.W Iberty - - - - ife Stk ife Inv Inc Nat 7.90 4.63 ing 2.65 3.90 oomls Saryles: SSSflf WL WlUt. 11.5911,5. Business briefs 2.46 8.13 uth Bro /lagna in /\anhtn Vtass Fd lAass Gth 0 7.92 8.66 3.96 4.33 8.97 9.83 — .... 9.03 9.87 rtass Tr 11.971" dates 2.84 _... fathers 8.87 8.87 Werld Fd 11.2912.34 •AidA Mu 4.49 4.91 Aoody Cp 10.0811.02 Aoodv's 11.0812.11 "~ ~=d 7.09 7.66 ... Jf(1 4.09 4.42 AuUS Gv 10.14 10.29 M«) OmG 4.02 4. MJ Omln 8.65 9.40 rtut Shrs 11.67 11.67 rtut Trst 1.73 1.73 EA Mut 7.93 8.09 at Ind 7.79 7.79 Nat Invst 5.72 6.25 lat Secur Ser: Baian 9.09 9.93 Bond ' - - - - Divfd Grwth Pf Stk Incom Stock Nel Grth 'euw Cet 4.63 5.06 3.46 3.78 7.23 7.90 5.74 6.27 4.27 4.67 6.61 7.22 6.85 7.45 --.. —. 3.44 3.77 euw Fd 15.7515.75 ew Wld 10.5511.53 lewton 11.7312,82 llch Strg 7.87 7.87 Noreast 13j8613.86 'cngph 5.80 5.80 )mega 5.31 5.43 00 Fd 11.3812.44 01 Fd 8.08 8.83 me WmSl 1.4711.47 I'Neil 11.3511.35 ippenh 6.22 6.80 IPP AIM 8.54 9.33 JTC Sec 9.08 9.87 'ace Fnd 4.45 7.05 >aul Rev 5.82 6.36 'enn Sq 6.73 6.73 n a Mut 3.15 3.15 hlla 11.0812.U Pllqrim 6.95 7.60 ^ilot 5.73 6.26 ine St 9.02 9.02 ion Ent 5,21 5.69 Ion Fnd 9.4410.32 Ian Inv 8.55 9.13 rice Funds: Grwth 18.0218.0! N Era 8.17 8.1; N Hor 18.2618.2c Pro Fund 7.80 7.80 Provdnt 3.68 4.01 uritan 8.42 9.20 utnam Funds: Eauit 5.89 6.44 Georg 11.4912.56 Grth 8.02 8.77 Incom 6.77 7.40 Invest 5.49 6.00 Vista 6.38 6.97 Vovaq 537 S.76 Rep Tech 3.12 3.42 Jevere 8.28 9.f~ Rinfret 12.4612,: Josenth 4.93 S.U Salem Fd 4.42 4.83 Schustr 11.5412.S Scudder Funds: Int 'nv 12.431248 Spcl 2S.45 24.4: Bal 12.5312.5: Com St 7.57 7.57 Security Funds: Eautv 2.37 2.99 Invest 6.57 7.11 Ultra 5.07 5.54 Selec Am 7.14 8.48 Sel SpecS 11.8712.» ' " ~" «.S5 7.1! 7.61 7.4 Sentl Gth iham Fd Shear AP 88.17 Sh Dean 11 Side Sigma . capti 7.82 ».S7 Funds: .„.. 4.1« 6.43 Invest 8.93 9.7i Trust 7.36 8.0. Smith B 7.44 7.4. Swst Inv 7.11 7.7i Swlnv Gt 4.57 4.9. Sover Inv H.7<r~ Spectra State St 5.33 5, 35.25 35.! Steadman Funds: Flduc 5.11 5.61 Stein Roe Fds: Bal 15.23 IS.JJ Cap 00 6.41 tA Stock 10.3410.1 Sup InGt 5.27 5.7 iUplnSt 7.56 8.2 Syncr Gt TMR Ao teachrs Techncl Untted°F\mdsY 5.45 5.! 10.8911.' Accm Incom .... ... Sclen 5.63 6.1 Vang 6.45 7.0 UFd Can 7.66 8.: Value Line Fd: Val Lin 4.74 5.1 Incom - - Spl Sit Vnces spl Vandrbt Vangd r IndP Vlteina WallSt In 3.98 4.3 3.68 4.03 5.31 5.8 5.15 5.63 3.06 3.: 3.95 4.! 5.30 5.7 9.13 9.' Wash Mu 10.1211.06 Wellinqtn Group: Explr 16.7617.83 I vest 11.71 12.1 Morg 7.66 8.37 Techy 4.43 Trust 8.» 9.0. Welltn 9.8710.7 Wlndr 7.86 8.5 1 West ind 4.31 4. Whitehll 10.41 11.31 Wlncp Fd 3.85 4/~ Wlnfleld 3.31 3.1 Wise. Fd 5.76 6.: 2.1 Worth promotes ton POUT Valley Natlofi8l,Bank officers have been ptoinoted to vice president. They are: Kenneth B. WB« Hams, assistant manager, lit* dian-Central office; Norman E. Smith, commercial loan officer, home office; Paul W. Finch, assistant cashier, operations center, and James Bernard, assistant cashier in commercial loans, home of- 'ice. Ploog appointed Dickson comptroller Gary Ploog has been appointed comptroller of Dickson Electronics Corp. in Scottsdale. A certified public accountant, Ploog previously was comptroller for G.T. Schjel- dahl Co., Northfield, Minn. Samaritan names development director Danny L. Dearen has been appointed director of development for Samaritan Health Services. He previously has been active in teaching, research and administrative posts. Broadway Biltmore manager appointed John James has been appointed manager of The Broadway's Biltmore Fashion Park store. He previously was operations manager for Broadway's Chris-Town store. He will be succeeded at the Chris-Town store by George Berghoff, formerly service JHSVILYORKJAW " r& asked qumatfoni .. iwfj ireytew dey'» «l || '*S, w me.Nstional Ai -*-- Deajer*, inr M but are i — ... . lces, af whl purities 1."... Inter i letyrities (aiKM) or — —... rnerxets cnanoe .the dey. Prices do not Include eteil markup, markdown or commission, Bank and Trtwt Bid ?<v Finch Williams Smith Bernard Ploog Dearen manager of the Broadway's Scottsdale outlet. Mrs. Gates promoted to trust off leer Mrs. Ethel Blair Cates, trust administrator at the Valley National Bank, has been promoted to trust officer. She joined the bank in 1958. Cotton trade slows further; demand best for low grades Trading slowed further in Far Western markets this week, according to the Consumer and Marketing Service, USDA. Domestic mill buying continued to be limited mostly to small fill-in lots for prompt and nearby needs. Demand was strongest for the lower, grades. Foreign inquiries covered most grades. Prices offered resulted in little trading. Merchants had only small or no inventories of old-crop cotton to offer. Most of the limited supply available was Middling and Strict Low Middling. Prices on the small volume of cotton traded generally held steady. Growers showed little interest in contracting new crop. Domestic and foreign mill bids for new crop were too low to interest shippers in booking forward sales. Crop progress across the area was termed satisfactory to good. Spot prices are for cotton equal to th Official Standards, with mike reading of 3.5 through 4.9, In mixed lots, imcom- wi j.j IIIIUUVH *.y. m n . pressed, free of all charges In warehous In the market. Amerli are based on net we.. Ings stipulated. Prices are In cents per ji Plma quotation ' no mike, read Upland 1 1/32 IMF 2.06 2.0 ^International pepper war 9 prompts theft! SINGAPORE (AP)-Police yesterday were investigating the possibility that an "international pepper war" has prompted a daring snatch of 457 sacks of pepper worth $36,000. The yhad the theory that several syndicates were behind the 14-man armed raid Thursday of the pepper just imported from Sarawak because shortages in the United States, Britain an<f West Germany were driving up the price. Amer. Plma Phoenix Upland Mike Difference* MlkeRMdinn Pis. Perl* 2,6 and below —1 3.5-4.9 5.53:2 5.3 and above A! L Bank, trust and insurance stock list Over th» Counter ankamertca 2.20 rocker B Nat_Cp.L60 Irst irstPaBk kl ranklin Pitt .. rustN . Wnifnofon QSt 2.90" S '.» Ask Net 54% — 1/2 ?8'/4 - 1/4 rust z« 3 Insurance — Vi Am Life .20e llcity Ins .12 Hied Life rrBkrsLfFIa .20b m Family Life s mFidelltyLife .08t mFoundationLf X)5e mFoundersLife .Oie m Guaranty t m Heritage Lf .20 m Income Life m Intl Group .50 m Intl Grpcvpf a m N ins Galv 38 m Pioneer Life m Public Life mRelnsurNY 2 mReserve .32 m States Life .05* ssoc Madison MA Corp .40 ankersNatLlf .15* anker* Secur .20 . -r % st Mortgage ..._ ounders Financial ranklin Life .40a •L Enterprises ;en Relnsur 1.40 >eo Washington ia Intl Cp -lobe capital jlobe Lf&Acc .08d sovtEmplovlns ib wfEmpLlfe .20 Sreat Cmwlth Lf Gt Southern .28 t West Life 1.40 amuton Intl CP t lanover Insur l fartfd Stm Boll 1.32 fome Security .40 {oraceMannEd ,o?e C Liquidating Cp ndep Amer Life ndependentL&A .64 n'egon Cp .20 nterfinanclal Inc ntl Holding nterstate Corp .20 Cemperco Co .60 "•• '—'-al Lf .16 .amar Life .60e .IbertyNatLlfe .30 -IfelnsurGa " t Life i Lt B iubt> cor* 1.60 oastalStLflnj ,25e o leoe. Untv. . o onlal LlfMAec o umbia JNatlptial t 1 rlterlon Ins .30 rum&Forster 1.80 _rum&For pf 2.40 Jurham Life .60 •RC Corp •astern Life ;ducatorS,Exec mpire Gen + '/4 4U 45V4 + <A .10 Treasury bills Due 970 8-20 8-27 8-31 9-3 9-10 917 9-22 9-24 9-30 0-1 0-8 0-15 0-29 1-27 1-30 2-3 2-10 Bid Alk Yld 6.505.805.80 6.50 5.80 5.80 6.40 5.80 5.80 6.25 6.05 6.17 6.25 6.05 6.18 6.306.106.24 6.40 6.20 6.29 6.40 6.20 6.30 6.406.206.15 6.40 6.20 6.36 6.45 6.25 6.47 6.45 6.30 6.52 6.50 6.35 6.52 6.40 6.10 6.52 6.52 6.42 £.61 «J5 6.47 6.68 6.45 6.25 6.36 6.45 6.25 6.36 6.45 6.25 6.36 6.356.156.36 6.356.156.33 12-17 ~ 971 1-14 1-21 1-28 1-31 2-4 2-11 2-28 4-30 3-22 3-31 4-22 4-30 5-31 6-30 7-31 4.356.156.34 4.35 6jlS 6.3. 6.356.156.3 6.406.206.4* 6.40 6.20 6.48 6.55 6.45 6.7 6.58 6.48 6.71 6.66 6.54 6.4 4.66 4.58 6.& 6.66 6.48 6.8 1 6.50 4.30 6.60 6.78 6.70 7.0 6.74 6.66 7.0 6.704.506.80 6,786.707.0 6.786.. 6.70 6.50 6.9* 6.65 6.45 6.73 6.65 6.55 6.81 Sublect to Federa taxes but not t ...., _ State Income taxesi SecLlfe&Aci Corporation earnings 1970 1969 Clorox Co., vear ended June 30: A share $1.48 $1 Jet income 12,010,000 11,335,1 Sales 98,212,000 88,023,1 General Dynamics Corp. Quarter t June 30: A share .35 X2.5 Net income 3,690,000 x26,B54,OOC Sales 591,649,000 537,612,00 Tasty Baking Co. 24 Weeks to- Jun ' share .63 ., .-) income 1,277,865 1,425,31 Sale, 41,517,190 38,936,845 Certain-Teed Products Corp. 6 Month to June 30: A share .06 .1 Net income 112,153 3,279,4:. Sales 117,563,719 105,861.08 imployersGroup 2.60 ixcel invest ixcelsior NY .44 ;xecutiveLfin amily Lf A arm&HomeLfe ,30e arm New Wid .12 idelltvCp JO id union Life ,15 st Am Finan .20 st colony Life lLife . NY stFederal .32 Ins t Bid 41% B'/4 5% 12% 6 19% if* 2% 347 Vft 11% ,o 7 ffi 5% . .48 Inv Inc Amer Lf . .fe .!nc . nc income Lt .408 .Incoln Cons .10e .ouislana So Lf .oval Am Life .ykes Yngstn Flncl Manchester L&C s Aanhattan Life .27e Aass Gen Lf Mercantile Secur Mldwn Nat Ohio WdwnUnitLlfe ,50e Mission Equities .20 odem secur lonarch Cap .48r .lonunwntai CP ,56e Monumental pf A 2 Mutual Sav Lf .16e JLT Corp .126 JN Corp 1.60 >lat Life Fla Jat Old Line .20 atReserveLfe .30 at Wesfn Lf «tlonwd A .15e "JorAmLlfelns .20 Yor Atlan Life "•forth Cent .10 ^lortheastHartfdlns 1 MorthwestNatLlfe .36 Occidental Lf .10 Ohio Casualty .48 ine Life .30 ublntCp .48b Did Lin "HdRepu Peerless Ins .30 PeninsularLlfe .12e Penn Life Peoples Protective Phlla Life .40 Piedmont Man Preferred Risk ,12e ProtectiveLife .40 ProvldentLfND .22b Providnt LfiAcc .64 Pyramid Life .Me Rep Nat Life .20 Richmond Corp 1 Safeco 1.20 Safeco pf .90 St Paul Ins Co 1.12 rd Seaboard Life SecuritvConnLfe i Security Cp 2b SecLlfe&Acc .30 Sec TltleiGuar .20 Sierra Life Southland Life 1 5% 171/2 28% 1S'/2 12V4 6>/4 Vffi 6V4 5% 914 16b2 r 201/4 141,4 23/4 5% 12VJ 4V* 3V4 2Vt 11% 12% 9 2% 33% 26'/4 5% f/t if 3>/4 13% 5% 9 32% 14 15 131/4 llVj 563/4 if* 16% 371/2 1% 13% 21 1/2 10% 29% Ask Net, 48% 9 4'/2 5% 13V4 — 1/4 JOVj — V, 6Ve — 'A 26V, - W 14 + Vt 2% — % 121/4 — vS 2% 351 ,3% + % n% - % 11 — % 41V'4 23 5% 9'/j 42 12% — ? 5'/> +1 21'A — '/4 17V4 — 1/4 l>/4 33 -3 20% — 1/4 *-* 13 — 1/4 3% + «'4 6Vj 9V2 12V2 131/2 — % 91/2 2% — % 15% + V4 34% -1/4 7% 13'A ,&± 10% + 10 4 ~ 71/4 18 /2 ~ 18 — % 143/4 31/2 32% — »/ ii +v \\ - v 133/4 _ 1, 12'/2 — V 57% 14V2 13 — V 23 B* 1% 131/2 22V4 — % 11% 30% 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 POCOCKAssee. 1137 E. ComelbQck 279-95.61 Oldest and Largest Business Broker WAREHOUSE FOR LEASE 25,00 Sq. Ft. Dock Height. On Rail Siding. 16 Ft. Ceiling Automatic Sprinkler System Air-Conditioned Office. Approx. 1500 Sq Ft. CALL 254-5621 * Ext 237, 204 wn Life Ins .80 'd Sec Life atesman Group .109 unLifelns ,28a upreme Life ims Holding .40 nderwrlters Nat nlcoa > .80 nion Fidelity nit Amer Life * nCompaniesLfe .lOr nitFIrelns .30e nit Founders s nit Liberty Lf nit Llfe&Acc .10 nit Sav Life nit Services .I5r ariable An Life Ico Corp ashington Nat .48 ashgtnNat pf2.50 •estn Cas&S 1.40 'estn Resources 'indsor Life /orldSvcLlfe .tor enith Unit Corp ARIZONA LIVESTOCK MANAGEMENT CO. Specializing in Livestock Investments for Individuals or Small Groups. Bonded Phont 267-0002 •ex 1*6, CartfrM, Arts. S5JJ1 SECLUDED ESTATES OPEN ATURDAYS & SUNDAYS View lots, 18,000 square feet and larger. City water and surfaced 1 streets. Ideal for Family living. Minutes from city. Bell Read and 75»h Ave. Open 10a.rn.-5 p.m. BOUTEL REALTY 266-9967 APOLLO NOTO Wide-open spaces are beckoning space-age families and the excitingly all new < APOLLO Motorhome is the belt way to get there. Space-age design for luxurious living is teamed with rugged Dodge dependability and features a new Maeh I ... 413 optional engine which, after a simple countdown, blatts-off to outer spaces with 265 tarthly horsepower. All tyitemi are ... GO! A pleasure-orbit and safe re-entry are atiured en every vacation trip. GENERAL CMC 1408 E. CAMELBACK 264-9076 9-9 WMkdoys—9.* Serf, ft SOT. -HiT Low ' Clo No. 2 .futures closed 10 cents to w.40 a bale u higher than the Previous cU Oct Dec 26.48 26.35 zM.40 +4 Mar 26.76 26.6» Z26.71 +4 May — »26 79 4-1 JUI 26.95 2*.»5 26.95 +16 Get ... 125.07 +28 26.30 26.35 26.69 Citrus market LOS ANGELES MAJOR CENTRAL PROPERTY 58 Deluxe Resort Units on 6 Acres of N. Central land Major Restaurant & Bar — Hundreds of Extras. $1,300,000 Excellent Terms. CALL TONY HARPER FLINTRIDGE DEVELOPMENT CORP. 4501 NORTH It* STRUT PHOINIX, ARIZONA ISOlt Hay market LOS ain. . ANGELES Brain hay prices Carlot arrivals': sorghum, l flour, (AP) are uncl 2 wheat, 39 ha Alfala and 6 corn, 7 PRICE INCREASE SEPTEMBER 1st 40 ACRES $160 PER AORE Another section sub-divided in Ranch bounded on two tide* by beautiful Chtvelon Creek 4 Canyon in Northern Arizona. j:iccellent investment opportunity. Fishing, Hunting on property. Water use of Ranch headquarter, corrals. Low down payment, excellent terms. Walter Pocock Assoc, 1)37 e Cumtlbock LAST OF THE 1970 ELECTRAS-LIMITEDS & RIVIERAS We are sincere in our desire to give you the very best buy on these gorgeous new prestige 1970 Buicks. We have several models in stock all fully equipped, available in a large selection of colors and interiors. At our annual year-end closeout we can save you hundreds of dollars. If you want to drive in America's Most Luxurious Automobile, see us today. WALT ADAMS BIJICK Where Sales & Service Are Of BqflmJ Importance 4823 W. Glendale Ave, 939-9411 Closed Sunday TRUCKIOAD SALE ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS NDQFSEASON DISCOUNTS 11 DIFFERENT MODELS - 70 UNITS 5,000 TO 21,000 BTUs THEY'RE STACKED ON A TRUCK IN FRONT OF THE STORE FACTORY-TRAINED DISTRIBUTOR REPRESENTATIVE ON DUTY ALL DAY SATURDAY TO ASSIST YOU ' SALE PRICES START AT ^9995 1969'& Model ASPO5E2Z lllllii SATURDAY AUGUST 15 & SUNDAY AUGUST 16 ONLY lumber and fupply Inc, 909 E, Camelback Road 279-2341 Open weekdays to 9 P.M., all day Saturday and,on Sunday from 9 A.M, to 4 P.M.

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page