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April 28, 1977

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10 » f t- Fruitroting Cops THE ONLY THING THAT'S GOTTEN CHEAPER! < I* aM tti' U« If us«'i «!»!«£ fi«fft> t tfp* flit' ittKf i! i t t, t&s «•* it* i v OH»Jlj*5d dl *i»tii u •*). ««!g«Mit*wi<* wrfc uttjMMadl t !*'«- vfett « -Mini,. U4MU ifc t*- dwtfSrt U* Miff.) 8 «t .J* . U «,** •* If Business Mirror TODAY'S MARKET REPORT NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market was mixed today, backing off after Wednesday's rally amid interest-rate worries. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials, up 8 H on Wednes- OVE.HTHK COUNTER. Bank and TruM . bid asked Ariz Bank 13 14 UB Fin Corp- -68 9 10 Valley Nat Bank 10 17 Industries Anheuser Busch 21 21 Bayless Mkts 8 8 Southwest Gas 1 11 Metals, NEW YORK (API Spot nonferrous metal prices Thursday Copper 74*» cents a pound, V S destinations, lead 31 cents a pound; zinc 37 cents a pound, delivered, tin $4.3819 a pound, New York; gold$147.50per troy ounce. New York, silver $4.765 per tro> ounce, New York, quicksilver $168 00 nominal per flask. New York Coming Change in Energy Habits Goes Against American Grain oil id Aiih St tt \o»tK ',vf l n«.i U« v ju»i HUH i>i li> JOItSU'NMH \l' Husiin-i.ii Aiiah » It k tiKi^h lor Ai ni>t i iMttitiut* to i- It i4i|itliit> «ilti lluM ill Irtl'tliHIl cdite to accept the s [ht'\ tu\ e It (jotti iJu*> uore lautiht It i. 1 - Corfer Unscathed By flevofor Ride With Common Folk Iwt t Ixit. tnlui<itf(l Ul Ht.. i Ih.-. 12 UK i.niil ul (iit'ii!) li tr.. |:,.» J titt- <4 UH 111 r Dial gets ;< Mi I ktitft iiaill gflltTdtWl U !i rt I 4 I- iiun-ii.il -t.iiKlanl ul 1 1 uidi ' t»»»r *!*»** M tliifc U/ •>ani(4fiiti i Afttl •*!»•> t (tut l I ill >onif Sc-n- - l«rfj tkwtirfd u- ill (tu-Ciutt John Cunniff *., . <»«« tit- »i 1 **t- 4 - 1«J 4*6 tJtrt !v-.«|l »«• rt. I •-«!!.« -. iniuit IK in ui,v u luturr 4111111111111 klu'iiflli or Mfiikncsv i ".•. tln'ouvMinit't 11 UiM tinul il4>i'iausf the oi*intr\ miiM .j.'irf-,4/< }>ri>diji Him o< ciieiRj at Ifas!, as in Ihc dajh when MI ux MUI df\i't»(iuvg into thf wnrltl > pri'iinor indiislnal i i .-, i uil nut riw(|{.i lonsutnptiuii «c jii 1 laid «c won t i> ,ii ,ii Ut.'iijjjKr in i.in-unu' \!)ii trial il writim'l HI crvase imr production of energ), the industrial and social supiM'slructuie built upon it might collapse And MI, like the smokestack that once symbolized industrial might before it was toppled by the realitj of pollution, the brilliantly lighted office building that stands empty in the night seems di'iUned to be viewed as an ugly s> mbol of unconscionable waste •The change is sudden, but only because so much of the nation refused to heed what it was (old - that fossil energy sources are exhaustable And those reluctant to conserve aren't to be found only among those who didn't know better \\tthm the past decade, owners of office buildings sometimes were told by utilifu-s seeking lo boost their sales - that it was good achertiMng to leave \our office lights shining like a beacon in the night And the Federal government embarked on an enormous high- was building spree with mono;, that some people thought should have gone into mass transportation facilities thai would have consumed less energy Instead nf accepting the warnings, many Americans chose to \ lew the energy crisis as a hoax perpetrated by those who stood to gain from such a line And sur\e.\s show that man) people still Mii'vt' so It was parllN for this reason that President Carter felt the need to use the phrase "national catastrophe" to describe the potential danger, and "moral equivalent of war" to describe the fight that must be waged Nevertheless, there will remain a good many people who will nut be convinced that the big oil companies didn't conspire to bring about the shortage for their own greedy ends And there are others who will be so highly displeased and great K inconvenienced that they will find it difficult to accept the lev el ot saeritu-e the\ are called upon to make John D. Lofton SALT Breakdown Unmasks Sow'ef Disarmament Duplicity '.•+ • f , \.HlVjt '\ " *>< pu I'.IKI -K !«s! ve-.ii Soviet I'nifigu -<i V«l:« *.f< 'iivk. jddtrssrti Jin I'lrii.ii v Mt ttmu of llu> /•let N s (.i iicKt) XssvniliH mi .1 sulijet t ht" calliHi I i-' U*i'"H£ i\>ut lj< 11 (I tm'ii.niio livl.it the neoitUi lull .u i* .it ^! His I an i»i.j-^"i«-l *s i '.IXR tn> .ul.^>t<iig i< si U timis tint were itu'if i at - t,t iii.vk i.ulev! Hull i»'< 'J < |>i(s-,.i t< (it lllfSl I1 > • * (>ll>l .1' 'I (It i ii .. , t i' ! .1 x..r i f i ,.!X J „„• (',,1 ii ', l.a..sl , < . .,.,.1 > / > -V «*&«»" -ill- John Lofton (_•' ll-. 11 ' t I < i' 'n '111 ill "Still I IsJll-NOIl „<-,'. \\l )!!'•> I It l' (H-l>)ttl- IIIU-<t VUlUM *J| 1 |'i«fl..i l' l«- i''l I llllll.ll .Illllltlll «!ilHI , ,1 ' '|« S H -I |v >.! I 'I '11.11(1 llH'llHkl! 1.11(1 ..., - ",< it u i t i -i 'iN'ttiiltii i liiikl uptit ,-,, ,, • Ox 'lid 1« i i.l Its! Jllll llu- stliHlM l'< I |.li '. jilut '' ' •>! i«l 1 I I • .ll.l' ''I .I'll > '.- l1< .H.S- 'I - 'If ->.! vl »• '' ji as In ]i 1 1 t ' ) i IH t isi II mil ''»' '• • r'i.1 II .i'i|it'l>)K ot IH\I|'"I' l.lllllllt . k '.i ' l, (in. 'ill t.i! i 'it' 's |1IKlU( ''li', < , I ', ' t . l i' 1-1 " l III|H>|I I! ' '• 'In t N tu (itiiiii\kn ,d .K'' 1 ' It gCll-lll' llH Mil's' l and i ''llljiirlf dis.iim.iiiu-ni l! mil all ale prepared to get down to the UMh.'.tium oi thvsf objectives ai once. thr\ should be reached tti.nlu.ill\ sir|> hv st,>p I'he nuxsl essential thing is to move on lioin disctissiinis (.ii endini; the arms race to practical steps " .Hist rm-nllv 1'resuiiiii Tarter sent his Secretar) of State to Miisum to prcst'ii! la Uic Sdvicis «hat w.is called a "radical" arms conn ol plan which sought to deal w ith mans of the things the Soviets s.iv Ihev ,iro concenutl about Hie Xmciic.m puiposals imludtnl Ihe following substantial i iHtuc lions in the lev el ol doplov nieivt of missile laughers and the MHU .inuluplovv.irhc.n!' missiles below the 2.400 and 1.320 lev el that \vriv fsUiMislHut under tin- W74 \ laduostok agreements, a kilt in the development .(rid Icsfing of now \\t\fpons -.\stems. IriHvnivj ilii-ir atlvancitl niisstl>>s and ours .it rough I) 550 apiece. .nui .1 -Mm limn on the soviet H.u-Xfire inmitxT, plus new limits on il»' i uiisi- missile 1 lie l niii'tl Mates also pi npiisiHl limiting (Hit side and the Soviet suit- to six tcs! (it nigs atimullv of inifrconimental and medium i angr missiles .mil oroaimga data base h\ which we could tell the Ndvii-is the level nt inn iiwti .irni.HiHMUs ,11 this point and the) w mild i< II us then s sn Ihore vv miKl be an assiired nuitu illy agreed upnii lfv\-l ot weapon lapabihlv sii turn (tt.l Ihe SdV4eK ie.u'1 to ()«•>«> suggt'slioiis, which Mr i .nier that at lot i/ot asiaii .iiHll>alancod' Well, to put it blunll), iliev vt-iv iiiu-ereiiioiiunislv tnl.l us lo take IKII plan and shove i! Hif/hiicv LtU-liil il iiirtnniablc K\ulenilv fiom the Sovie! point ul view Ihe must Inimmi: issue tat ing luimamlv can continue to Na/o aw.iv lot .ill !h>'v calf \\aU-luni; the licmemltnis cnthbtlitv gap hftwivn Soviet words and deods on tiie sulmvi ol i]is.irinanienl one is reminded of a [viss.ige IlKin KnieiMin s ' 1 etttrs and Social Vims' il8V6> "DiMuitsav thiiitts Wh.ilviHi arc stands, over vou the while, and ihiiniK'issoth.H liaiinol IKMI «li.il vousav tutheconlrarv I! i! (U-snoihituiflsf the Soviet iefus.il lo bargain in gotxl faith iiniimli.il .11 ins luis lev ealis.1 them Ink'what ihev are liars and diss<>iiiWeis who .lie lo N- Irusted only in that marvclon. plu as«> ni Klu iisht luv s v. hen shi imp learn to whistle ' hiixinoif l! s iv.tssui nn; to seo Ihal Pr^idenl Carter does not ippe.u'l.'.U panukini; in the wake ol the SALV talks breakdown His vow in i oiisidei a imuh more deep cuiiimitnu'iil t<' Ihe development ami depluvnu'iii of additional weapons," if the sov icts do not negotiate honesth m-xt month is prensels wh.il the it(i( lot iirderfd \iiei .ill the ,«ul\ thim; worse than tx-mg in an arms race is day, had pulled back 1 02 to 922.74 by noontime today Gainers held a small edge on Josers among New York Stock Exchange-listed issues Some analysts said the Federal Reserve's actions in the money markets Wednesdav Gram CHICAGO (AP) - Wheat No 2 hard red winter 244'^n Thursday; No 2 soft red winter 244>4n. Corn No 2 yellow 2:45'4n (hopper) 241' 4 n (box). Oats No 2 heavy 1.78'jn Soybeans No 1. yellow 9.28n. No 2 yellow corn Wednesday was quoted at 2 46n (hopper) 2.43n (box). suggested that the central bank had decided to foster a slight .increase In short term intere&t rates There has been speculation that the Fed might begin to tighten credit because of a re cent bulge in the money suppl) Westmghouse Electric led the active list, up l -i at 2Q 3 4 The NYSE's composite index of more than 1,500 common stocks was down 04 at 53 38 On the American Stock Ex: change, the market value index rose .13 to 11170 Volume on the Big Board set a relative!) quiet pace, total- ling 7 75 million shares by noontime. Arizona Weather There was enough moisture over Arizona for a few afternoon thundershowers in the central and southeast mountains today Otherwise, the forecast calls for a continuation of sunny days and warm temperatures through Friday. The high temperatures Friday will be about the same as today's, ranging from the mid- 60s to the mid-70s in the mountains, and into the 90s in the southwest deserts. The overnight " lows, meanwhile, will range from the upper 20s and 30s in the mountains to the mid-50s and mid-60s in the deserts. High ' temperatures around the state on Wednesday ranged from 56 degrees at Alpine to 99 in downtown Phoenix. Precipitation Wednesday and early today was limited to a trace at the Grand Canyon, Pi'netap, Flagstaff and Douglas Casa Grande Valley - Mostly s,unn\ and continued warm today and Friday. High both days' mid 90s Overnight low mid 60s. High Lou Pr. Bisbee 31 55 Can de Chelly 78 48 Coolidge 98 53 Cottonwood Douglas Flagstaff Globe Grand Canyon Hawley Lake Kingman McNary Nogales Organ Pipe NM Page Payson Phoenix Prescott Safford Sedona Show Low Tucson Winslow Yum a 86 83 73 84 72 61 '16 70 84 W 83 80 97 74 88 83 73 89 80 80 51 54 55 53 40 27 46 34 48 53 60 42 65 41 50 45 43 60 53 60 T 03 .01 Weather Report Wednesday .Mav. Min. % 54 Wafer Report At 7 a.m. today there were 3,799 acre feet .available water storage behind Coolidge Dam This represents a decrease of 89 acre feet from Wednesday's total. National Weather A cold frontal system continues to trigger showers and thunderbtorms from the Great Lakes across portions of the mid-Mississippi Valley into the central Great Plains. Most of the nation was cloudy today except for the Carolines, Florida and states west to the Mississippi River Heavy rainfall was reported over central Iowa while scattered rainshowers dampened the northern Atlantic Coast states. Isolated thundershowers drifted over the south and central Rockies, extreme southwest Texas and eastern Arizona Large hail was reported in some ^parts of northeastern Nebraska. The cold front plunged the temperature 21 degrees in one hour during the night at Glenview and Pallatine, III Temperatures in the northern Great Plains and Great Lakes-states were in the 40s and 50s. A few snow flurries were . forecast with showers in northern Wisconsin and Upper Michigan. where some readings dipped into the 20s overnight. Most of the Atlantic Coast states and the Appalachians had cool temperatures todav Warmer readings prevailed in the South, West and middle Mississippi Valley Predawn temperatures ranged from 27 degrees at Marquette. Mich , to 78 at Phoenix 111 1.01'Kl Otlk Album 63 49 rn Albu'que 78 53 Vdv Amanllo 83 58 cds Anchorage 44 .« clr Asheville 70 37 clr -Ulanta 72 47 ctr Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo •"hart'tonSC Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Dal Ft.. Win Denver Des Moines Detroit Duluth Helena Honolulu Houston Ind'apohs Ja'cks'ville Juneau Kansas City Las Vegas Little Rock Los .Angeles Louisv ille Memphis Miami Milwaukee Mpls St P New Orleans New York Okla Cit\ Omaha Orlando Philad'phia Phoenix Pittsburgh P'ttand Me P'tland, Ore Rapid Ot) Richmond St Louts St P Tampa Salt Lake San Diego San Fran Seattle Sookane Washington 75 70 74 59 83 61 72. 82 76 70 89 78 86 74 72 67 86 82 79 76 49 83 91 80 70 77 80 77 80 85 79 59 84 86. 78 63 8~ 64 56 -•i 72 74 81 79 76 65 55 69 68 70 46 34 47 46 68 38 59 39 57 40 63 47 58 39 30 35 ft 64 59 43 J9 65 60 62 59 58 65 ?2 35 -38. 5J 51 63 55 « 53 66 55 3ft 50 4.1 53 68 4» 57 58 51 4i> 40 53 clr clr cdy 04cdv cdy cd\ clr 02 rn rn 01 rn clr 01 cd) cd\ 01 cd\ clr clr clr cd) rn clr 87 rn CcK clr ch cd) 06 rn cdv cir .08 rn .04 cdv clr cdv cdv 09 cdv clr <.d\ clr cdv cdv cd\ dr. cdv r.n clr cd) .01 cdv cdv clr \Jr cdy Today In History Today is Thursday. Apnl 28, the 118th day of 1977 There are 247 days left in the year: Today's highlight in history On this date in 1952 war with Japan official!) ended as a treat) which had been signed bs the United States and 47 other nations went into effect In 1220, w'ork was begun on Salisbur) Cathedral in Eng land In 1788. Maryland entered the Union as the seventh state In 1789. the mutinous crew of the British ship-"Bounty" set Capt William Bligh and 18 sail ors adrift in a launch m the South Pacific In-1876, Britain's, ymvn Victoria was declared Empress of India In 1945, in World War II. Italian dictator Bemto Mussolini and his mistress were captured and executed near Lake Como as they tried to escape to Switzerland In 1965. V S Marines were ordered to land in the Domini can Republic during a revolu lion Ten \ears ago Boxing cham pion Cassius Cla\, now kmv*n as Muhammad Ah, refused induction into the army and faced a passible fi\e-)ear pns on term and loss of his title i iv e \ears. ago North Viet namese forces, who had launched a broad offensive in northern South Vietnam over ran part of a fire base guarding the city of Hue One year ago India's Su preme Court upheld the right of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi s government to imprison politr cal opponents without court hearings.