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Today's N.Y. Stocks Closing prices 554 seleeted storiis W ILY FACTS, Redlands, Calif. NEW YORK (UPI) - Slock prices dropped .again today in sluggish trading. Brokers said the lack of volume was a significant indication of an overall lack of confidence in both the market and the economy. The general public hasn't been conspicuously present in the market for some lime, but NEW YORK (UPlI — Selecied stocks on the New York Stock Exchange. Sales Net P.E Ihds) High Low Last Chg. -A Ttiursday.ApriiS, 1973-6 institutional trading even has been negligible. Interest rates are rising, inflation is a national concern, and the market's recent losses have triggered additional selling. Prices declined broadly in rather light trading on the American Slock Exchange. Acme/Hkt 1 18 Address .40 \0 Admiral Cp 6 AetnaLf 1.72 10 Air Prd .20g 23 Aircolnc .80 9 Alcan Al .80 15 AllegCp .2Bd 10 AlleghLud I 10 Allg Pw 1.44 9 Allid Ch 1.20 14 AlliedSt 1.40 8 AllisCh .lib 13 Am Airlines 95 ABrand 2.38 9 Am Brdcast 11 Am Can 2.20 11 AmCvan IV4 12 AmElec 1.80 10 Am Export AmHoiSt .40 9 A Home 1.86 37 AmHosp .28 42 AMetCx 1.40 12 Amer Motor 12 AmNGs 2.40 9 A Smelt 1.20 12 Am Stnd .40 9 AmT&T 2.80 II Ametek .«0a 12 AMP In 1.08 11 Ampex Cp ,. Amstar 1.70 B Anacon .12b 10 ApecoCp .16 21 Armco StI 1 9 Arms Ck .BO 15 Ashl Oil 1.20 10 Assoc Trans .. At RichfId 2 21 Atlas Corp 115 Avco Corp 5 Avnetlnc .30 7 50 22'/. 223 ,4 22=/.- 14 104 20 W* 20 + 'It 68 12V6 11 V4 Il'/B ... 570 63Va 6iVt 62'/e+ VB 40 69'/! 69 69V.- "2 27 14 13^ 13=/.- V. 219 27^ 27 27%+ V. 27 11 lOV. 11 + Ve 23 24 *1i 24V. 2416— '/. 100 20% 20 20V. • ... 184 33V. 32% 32i /i-l 50 26 25% 25%- V2 154 9% 9 9%+ % Alcoa 1.80 11 2307 52 51 51VB—1 Am Hess .30 26 552 33% 32Vj 32'/B— '/B 210 19 18% 1B'/B+ V. 234 40% 39'/a 40V.— V. 114 23Vj 23 23V.- V. 66 31V! 31VB 31V. ... 124 26'/« 26% 26V. ... 746 25V! 25V. 25V!+ Va 10 2V. m 2V8 ... 34 13% 13 13V. ... 295 120V! llBVj 119V.-1% 518 42V. 40V! 4IV.-IV1 145 32% 31'/B 32VB— % 336 9 8'/> 9 98 37 36V! 37 + '/i 149 21V. 21 21V.+ V. 115 11 lOV! 10V.+ V. 844 50V. 50% 50V. + Va 2 15% I5V. 15V.- V. 56 32 31% 31 '/8- Va 71 5V. 5 5 15 24V. 24V! 24V!— % 260 201 /4 19% 20 — Va 52 6V. 6VB 6V.+ Va 76 21% 21 21 — Va 95 24V! 231/4 23V.-1 109 26=4 26Va 26% ... 10 6'/a 6V. 6'/e ... 933 73V. 71'/B 72V.+ % 43 2V. iW 2V.+ Va 51 12V. 12% 12Vi— V. 65 8'/B 8V. m+ </a B B Bab8.Wil .80 14 35 28 27% 27%— % Baker Oil Tl 26 30 28^ 28% 28%— % Bangor Pn 7 39 lOVj lOVii 10%— V. Bath Ind ,30 8 71 22=A 22 22Va— % Beat Fds ,62 19 176 2514 25 25Va- Va Beckmn ,50 23 5 33V. 33V4 33V.— '/a BeeChAr .66 9 33 16'/e 16'A W/2— % Bell How .65 11 50 33V. 31'/! 3V/r~V/2 Bendix 1.60 11 444 37=i 37% 37V!— V! Benguet Inc 7 48 3% 3V! 3',^! ... BerlhSt 1.40a 9 174 29'^ 28V! 28%— % Black&Dk 1 50 23 I09^B 109'/i 10»'/B+ Vi Boeing C .40 14 124 20Va 1978 20%+ '/e Boise Cased 11 403 9VB 8»/a B'/a- V4 Borden 1.20 10 134 23V. 22i/i 22V.— V. Borg W 1.35 9 53 271 /b 26% 27Va+ VB Bost Ed 2.44 10 17 35V! 35% 35V2+ % Bourns Inc 9 8 I3V3 13V. 13V!— V. BranifAir 31 15 92 12'/e 12'/! 12V.+ '/. Briggs 1.20a 15 92 54 52V. 52V.—I'/fl Bris My 1.32 24 231 641 /B 63V. 63V.—1'/a BritPet .26b 3D 29 13'/! 13% 13%+ '/a BrGroup 1'/! 9 2076 28 2iW 26i/a-1'/a Brunswk .24 11 96 22 '/a 21'/. 21%- '/a Bucv E 1.20 12 24 27% 27i/a 27%+ '/. Budd Co .40 6 63 14 13'/! 14 + V: •BulovaW ,60 9 46 13% 13'/! 13'/!— '/! Burl In 1.40 16 54 32'/! 31'/! 32ya- V. Burl No IV! 11 79 43 42V. 42V.- % Burrghs .80 47 354 225% 219 221 %-3 'A Camp 5 1.18 15 47 31% 31'/: 31%— '/a CanPac .3eb 15 99 IB'/a W/i 18'/B+ '/> CaroPL 1.52 9 39 24'/! 24'/. 24%- <A CarrierC .43 15 63 21% 20'/. 20'/.—1 CaterTr 1.40 17 352 63 61% 61V.— V. Celanese 2 10 136 33'/! 32% 33 '/:+1 CentI Soya I II 17 28% 28% 28%— '/. Cerro .40a 6 60 14'/B 14% 14V.— '/a Certntd .50 7 70 14% 14 14'/.- 'A Cessna .80g 10 206 23'/! 22 '/a 22V .-2 Chmpint .B4 10 B48 I71 /B 16'/. 16V.— % ChmSPI 1.28 13 188 41% 39'/! 39'/i !-2 ChascMan 2 10 130 45'/. 44V. 45 + '/. QiesO 1.10b 7 74 46% 45 46V.+ V. Chris Craft .. 16 5'/! 5% 5%- '/B Chrysler 1 8 373 32% 32'/! 32%— '/a Cin Gas 1.64 10 43 23% 23% 23% • . CIT Fin 2 .20 10 64 42 41'/i 41'/!— '/. CitiesSv 2 .20 12 126 46'/! 45V. 46'/!+ '/. City Inv .54 6 318 12'/. 11% 11V.— '/. Clev El 2 .32 11 62 M 33'/! 34 + '/s CocaCol 1.70 43 124 138 137 137'/! ... Colgate 1.51 30 1 02 95 91 95 +4 Collin Radio .. 160 23'/! 21V. 22 -IV. CBS 1.46 13 253 37'/! 37 37%— '/. Col Gas 1.90 9 36 2B'/i 2B'/i 28»/a+ '/. CmSolv .40 22 11 14% 14 '/8 14% ... CmwEd 2 .30 II 71 33V. 33 33'/. ... Comsat .56 21 131 53'/! 51'A 52 -I'/a Con Ed 1.80 12 130 24% 24V. 24%+ ',4 ConsFd 1.30 15 69 38 36'/B 37'/B+ V2 Con Frgt .52 9 31 18'/B IB lB'/a+ '/a ConsNG 2 .03 B 76 28'/. 27V. 27V.- '/! Consm Pw 2 10 . 55 28% 28'/a 28'/.+ 'fi Contl Air Ln 17 71 13 12% 12%- '/. Cn Can 1.60 9 162 26% 26'/a 26'/B- V, Contl Oil 1'<^ 10 1248 34% 33'/! 34'/.— V. ami Tel .84 14 ii 22% 22'/. 22'/j ... Contrl Data 11 153 45 44'/. 44'/.— '/a CornGIs 1.12 32 48 102'/! 100=/. 102'/!+l'/! CPCIntI 1.77 10 147 29'/a 2flV. 29 —'/. CraneC .80g 7 22 17'/B 17'/! 17'/!— '/. Crvwi Zl 1.20 13 81 23% 23'/! 23%— '/a CurtiSS Wrt 50 455 28'/a 27% 28 — 'M Cyprus Ms 1 11 29 34% 34 34'/a— '/4 DanRivr .40 IS DanaCp 1.36 9 Dart In ,30g 14 Dayco 1.14 7 DayPLt 1.66 II Deere l.OB 10 Del IWnt 1.10 9 Dennisn .80 9 DetEdis 1.41 10 Diam Shm 1 12 DisneyW .12 65 DrPeppr .22 62 DomeAfti .80 30 Dow Ch 1.80 24 Dresser 1.40 14 Duke P 1.40 12 DuPont 1'/.b 20 DoqneL 1.72 10 EascoC .20b 8 Eastern Air 12 EstKo 1.08a 40 EatonCp l'/3 9 EIPasoNG 1 8 EltraCp 1.28 9 ESBInc I.2B II Essexlnt .64 9 Ethyl Cp .90 6 ExCell O .80 13 Exxon Dow Jones Averages 30 industrials Closed at 1 923.46 1 DOWN i 1.59 30-lnd 20-Tr 15-Util 6S-Stk5 11a.m. 921.73 193.55 106.47 292.47 Noon 920.91 193.32 106.15 292.09 Ip.m, 920.38 193.05 106.15 291.89 2p,m, 920.98 192.97 106.31 292.05 3p.m. 921.58 193.52 106.24 292.33 Close 923,46 193,83 106.28 292.81 Net chg . -1.59 -0.50 -0.3B -0.66 Pct.chg. -0.17 -«.25 -0.35 -0.22 Faberge .40 B Faircb Cam 30 Fairind .30d 6 FairmtF .50 9 Farah Mfg ., Ferro Cp ,76 12 Fireston ,86 9 Fst Nat Sirs ,. Fleming .50 9 FlintkoteC I 8 FlaPwr 1.80 10 FMC Cp .85 9 FoodFr .20g .. Ford M 2.60 7 For McK .84 7 FreplMn .80 20 Fruehuf 1.70 9 98 9'/B 9% 9'/a ... 23 32% 31V. 32%+ ^ 86 34'/e 34'/. 34'/.— % 2 17'/. 17 17'/.+ '/. 31 22% 22% 22%- '/. 431 42 40'/. 41'/B— V. 122 19'/! 18% 19','i+ 'A 23 28'/! 27=A 27V.- '/! 96 20'/. 20'A 20'/.+ 'A 140 20% 19V. 20% ... 326 941/! 91 94'/.+2'/. 105 27 26'/! 26%- '/. 57 83 82'/. 82'/!+ '/. 139 100% 99'A 99'/B- '/! 213 40'/B 39=4 40 65 211 /4 20'/a 20'/a— '/a 77 165V. 164'/! 165 —1'/! 79 23% 231/4 23%- '/4 —E E 26 12'/! 12 12'/.— 'B 236 14'/! 14 I4%+ '/B 592 135% 133'/8 135'/B+2% 49 35'/. 34V. 34V.— '/! 134 16'/! 16'/. 16'/.— '/. 255 31 30'.'! 31 11 28'/. 28 28 — '8 113 17'A 16% 17'/a+ '/. 19 26% 26 26'/*— % 78 19'/B 18% 18'/!— '/I .95b 14 1183 94% 93'/! 94'/a— '/a F F 57 10% 10'/. 10'/.— ''fl Hoi Inns .30 24 Homeslk .40 28 Honywl 1.40 26 Hoover 1.28 10 HousLP 1.40 14 Howmet .70 9 Idaho P 1.76 10 Ideal Bas .70 9 lUCenln 1.22 7 III Pwr 2.20 13 Imperial Cp 7 INA Cp 1'/! 9 Ing Rnd 2.16 14 inland StI 2 10 Insp Copp 2 10 IBM 5,60 38 IntHarv 1.40 9 IntI Mining 100 Intl Nickel 1 23 Int Pap I'/ja 16 Int T&T 1 .24 11 Itek Corprtn 19 Jantzen .60 9 JeffPilot .92 16 JolinMv 1.20 9 John Jn .4na 55 JonLogn .80 13 Jones L 1.35 8 Jostens .73 10 JoyMfg 1.40 12 Kaiser Al .50 28 KC So Ind 2 7 Kan GE 1.52 B Kan Neb 1.02 12 KanPLt 1,48 10 KayserR .60 7 Kelsy-H 1 .30 8 Kencott 1.40 10 Kerr Mc .60 33 KiddeW .60a 7 Kim CI n.20 16 K L M Airl ., Knight N- ,28 24 Kopper 1.72 9 Kraftco 1.77 13 Kresge .17 39 Kroger 1,.30 11 LearSieg .20 9 Let! PI C .60 B Lchm 1.42b ., LibbyO 2.20 8 Libby McNI .. Llgg My 2V! 12 Litton 2'/!i 39 Lockheed 6 LoewsC 1.16 8 Une S Ind 1 B Lon StG 1.40 14 LTV Corp .. LuckyS .SOg 12 LukenStI .80 10 Lyke Ygstn .. MacMil .05b 8 Macy R H 1 11 Mad Fd .25b .. Magnav 1.20 13 Mar Oil 1.60 13 Marcor ,80 10 Mar Mid 1.80 B MarshF 1.18 12 MartAAr 1.15 8 Massey .15b 10 May DS 1.60 11 MayerOs .65 17 Maytag 1.30 16 McCroy 1.20 6 McDonD .40 10 McGrEd I'/i 12 McGr HI .48 13 McLean .60 14 Mead Cp .60 14 Memorex 24 Merck I.IB 47 M G M Inc 13 MidSoU 1.10 11 MlnnM8.M 1 37 MinnPL 1.41 9 Mo Pac A 5 6 A/lobilOl 2.80 12 Wohsco 1.10 B Monogram 8 Monsnt 1.80 15 Artorrsk .20b 7 Motorola .60 26 Mt Fuel 1 .B0 24 MtStTel 1.36 9 MurpCo 1.20 10 71 33'/i 245 36'/! 160115 2 331 /B 81 42% 7 12 30 29V. 29 14 55 21% 22 31 43 12'/. 162 39% 421 sav. 52 33V. 55 51'/. 378 424 219 31'/! 77 9 323 33'/a 122 36% 874 42^4 219 34'/! —J J 4 19 182 63% 48 23=4 229 118'/i 1 44'/! 37 20% 12 19V. 35 27 -K K 271 17'/. 15 32 267 21% 1 15'/a 7 24% 7 15 17 25V. 189 27 64 71'/. 35 20% 69 38% 3 37% 40 48V. 8 36'/a 91 47% 882 38% 80 20 —U L 82 6% 17 14% 44 17 122 35 2 5'/. 49 40% 227 M)'/2 80 7% 185 28=/. 83 W/s 40 36 282 10 135 ll'/B 16 26'/! 29 10 32% 33'/!+ % 35% 36 + Vi 111% 115 + % 32% 32'/B ... 41'/. 41'/!— '/I ll'/a n%— V. 29'/! 29'/!- '/. 13=/. 13=/.— '/a 21% 21=/. ... 30'/. 30=/.— % 12 12 — 38% 38'/a- % 58'/a 58%— % 33% 33%— % 51 SV/B— '/4 420 422%— '/B 30% 3I%- % 8% 9 32'/B 33'/B+ '/4 35 '/i 36'/.— '/a 41% 42%+1V. 33=/. 34'/!— '/i 19 19 — '/4 6V/1 62%-1'/B nVi 23%— 'A 116'/! 118',^+ % 44'/! 44'/! ,.. 20% 20%— '/4 19'/! I9'/2— '/! 26'/B 27 + '/! 16'/4 17'/.+ % 31% 31'/a— <M 21 21'/.— % 15% 15'/B ... 24% 24V. ... 14% 15 — '/. 251/1 25%+ i/B 76'/2 27 + % 70 70 —IV. 20 '/B 20'/.— '/. 38'A 3t'M— V. 37% . 37%- '/4 MVi 48'/!— % 36% 36'/!— % 46V. 47 '/s+ % 37% 38'/4— 1/4 19% 19%— '/. 6V. 6% ... 14% 14%— % 16% 16% ... 34% 34%— >/7 5'/. 5'/. ... 39% 40V.— '/B lOV. 101 /t- VB TA 7%— 1/4 27% 28'/.— '/I 1S% 1«%- V. 351/. 35%— 1/4 9% 10 + % 11% 11V.— VB 26% 26%^ 1/4 9=/. 10 ... 262 471/1 44=/. 47 '/B + l=/. 38 B'/a 8% 8 =4- '/a 12 10=/. lO'/i 10%— 'fl 67 9'/! 9 9 — I'i 4 36'/. 36 36 — % 133 21'/. 20% 21 — '1 2 18'/! 18=8 18=8- '/a 12 10% 10% 10 =4 .,, 13 19 '/8 19',-! 19%— '/a 154 38 37 '/B 37=4- ' = 162 IB 17'i 16 + '/. 23 B>/« B '/8 B'.'B .,, 231 61=/. 61% 61V!— % 53 15% 15% 15%- ' B 19 22'/! 22 '.4 22"!+ '/. 72 27% 27S« 27VB+ ". —G G 71 4'/. 4' 8 4 '/a— 'a 134 14 =4 14 14'/e- =4 9 28% 28% 28 !4- 'a 88 40'/. 38=1 38V.-2 9 42'/. 41=. 4U'a— la 30 19% 19'/. 19'/!— '-4 668 61% 60'/. 61%+ =4 210 25'/! 24% 25 - '/I 205 14 =4 13% 14'/!- '/4 70 19 18 =8 18% ,., 185 58% 56 58% ... 729 71% 71'/. 7154— 'A 154 21% 20'/e 21 15 31.'! 3% 31 /3+ 1/4 179 26'/. 27 =,4 27 =4— i'! 34 24 23V. 23V.- % 282 32V. 30% 30%—1 =4 15 20% 20% 201 /a- '/4 92 106 '/2 104'/! 106'/!-2 123 56'/! 55'/! 56'/!+ =/. 70 I3 '/a 13% 13%- 'a 28 24'/. 23% 24'/.+ % 124 25% 25'.'! 25'/»+ '4 236 23% 22V. 23>/8— % 34 13% I2 '/e 13 =4 ... 82 26'/. 26 26 - '/4 32 13% 13 =4 I3 ''B— '8 35 44V. 43% 43%— % 129 22 21'/e 21%— VB 15 6 5'/e 5%- % 30 24V. 23%- '4 153 15% «i/8 15%+ % 27 IIV. 11 11 -'4 497 25Vi 251/. 251 /j— 1 /8 213 2jl'/B 23 =4 24'/7-l H«la Mn 2 37 26 17% ^ 17%- V. Sfr^v 0 12 4 W m 1 /4 H^uWein 92 24 96 46'/. 47% 47 =4-'/. Sl^ f P 20 53 51 81'A 80% 6U4- '/. Smon Htl 1 14 49 29 '/4 7l'/> NV,+ '4 UibarlM 64 19 14 29 =4 29'/i 29%- '/4 •SernerWll 11 30'/! 29'/. 29'/.-'^ t5 «"Bectn B 31 11-/! 10*» 10%- % GAC Corp , GAP Cp .40 Gam Sk IJO Gannett .25 33 Gfl AOl .60g 17 Gen Dynam Gn Elec 1.40 21 GnFood 1.40 12 Gn Host Cp 12 Gen Instr 2k 18 Gen Mills 1 22 GenMot .85b 10 G PubU I.6D 9 Gn Steel Ind . GTE 1.60 II Gen Tire Ig 7 Ga Pac .BOg 17 Gerber 1.35 10 Getty 1.2Ib 27 Gillette 1.40 22 Global Mar 12 Goodrich 1 7 GoodyrT .92 10 Grace W V/i 11 Grand U .60 10 Grant W I'/i 10 Gt A8iP Tea .. GtNNek 1.60 13 GtWFin .30d 9 Gt West Un .. Grn Giant 1 II Greyhd 1.04 9 Grumman Gulf Oil I'/! 12 GulfSiWs .64 6 Nabisco 2.30 14 Nat Air .10b 11 NatCash .40 62 NatDistil .90 12 Natl Gen .50 5 Nil Gyp 1.05 B NatSteel 7<fi 10 Nalomas .25 49 Nev Pw 1.35 11 NEngEI 1.66 10 NiagAto 1.14 9 NL Indust 1 10 NjrfolkWs 5 8 NoNtGs 2.60 10 NoSzPw 1.84 10 NwBanc I'/i 15 Nort Sim .25 Occid Petri .. OgdenCp .60 6 Ohio Ed 1.54 11 OklaGE 1.32 13 OklaNG 1.24 10 OlinCorp .68 12 Omark .05b 7 Or Rckl 1.20 12 Otis El Co 2 10 OutbdM 1.08 10 OwenCF .81 18 Owen HI 1.40 B PacGas 1.78 9 Pac Ltg 1.68 II PacPetrl .50 24 Pac Pwr 1"! II PC T&T 1.20 II Pan Am Air .. Panhdl 1.90 9 Penn Cenfr .. Penney 1.08 31 PennDix .20 9 PcnnPL 1.68 9 Pennzoil .80 13 PeopGs 2.24 8 PepsiCo l.OB 27 Pfizer .64a 26 . Phelp D 2.10 11 PhilaEI 1.64 10 PflilipAA 1.30 27 PhilPet 1.30 23 Pillsbry 1.52 13 Pitney B .68 15 Polaroid .32 98 PPG Ind I'A 9 ProctGl 1.56 28 PoSCol I.I6 10 PSE8.G 1.72 10 Pullmanin 2 14 PurexCp .84 10 Purolatr .84 21 Ralston .75 22 Raython .60 11 RCA Corp 1 13 qReadng Co .. Rep Steel la 10 Revlonlnc 1 22 Rey Ind 2.59 9 Rey Met .40 ,. Riviana .66 20 RoanST ,39b .. Robshaw ,76 10 RochG l,20g 10 RockwII 1,60 9 RohmHs .88 26 Rohr Ind .80 II Royal CC .58 22 RoylD I.9Id 14 Safewy 1.40 10 StJoMin 1'-2 9 StRegis 1.60 13 Sander Asso 14 Sang Ele .43 9 S3f In 1.60a 8 ScherPIo .96 49 Schlumb .50 48 41 8% 11 341/. 77 12% 571 15% 167 35 66 21V. 38 27=4 14 27% 33 17% 82 I9=,4 SO 341 /B 7 30=/. 66 35 17 23 162 35V. 83 311/1 49 11% 4 45% 43 14'/a 274 7'/! 248 93'/. 10 19% 437 21% 389 811/. 13 20% 4 77%. 210 69 117 1B'/3 37 8% 239 521/. 40 171 /3 229 100'/« 156 77 26 20'/a 27 19V. —N N 37 51% 37 26% 132 28'/4 124 14=/. 160 27% 123 15% 28 38 142 50 45 37 36 24% 98 16 123 14'/a 34 661 /3 50 36V. 16 27% 15 5t</2 301 33% 417 10% 71 141 /B 195 20'/i 26 25'4 16 21% 24 16 1 9 78 16'/B 45 3S'/8 64 34 26 44'/! 115 34^4 97 27'/! 26 23'/a 61 32=/4 69 24'/. 25 17% 467 10% 45 34'/! 86 2% 91 B7 '/e 20 7=/. 64 23% 125 24 50 33'/a 129 82'/! 384 40'/. 24 44'/B 117 21'/e 119 126'/! 500 45 29 4av. 106 15% 555 126'/. 115 35 129 9B'/i 19 19'/. 433 23'/. 46 51'/B 34 14V3 86 56 —R R 60 39V2 x65 29 =4 710 26'/. 1 2 75 28 77 631/. 214 45^8 245 15% 6 30 37 6V» 4 26 33 20% 66 27% 62 97 43 171/! 97 33 89 42V. 45 36% 7 26'/4 43 36 =4 26 9 =4 46 I3 '/i 675 26 171 I43'/2 420 931/2 8 VB 8% ,,, 34 34 -% I21A I2V. ... 15 151 /s— % 34% 34%— % 21% 2IV. ... 27'/j 27'/!— '/. 27% 271/1!—% 17% 17%+ '/a 19% I9'/2— 'A 33 '/B 34 30 =4 30% ... 34 34 — % 22% 23 — '/* 34'/. 34'/2— I 30'/8 311 /4+ % 11% 11%+ 1 /8 45Vj iS'/i— '/. 14% 14'/B— % 7 71/.— '4 92'/^ 93 191 /a 19 '/4— V. 21'/! 21'/!— '/.. BO 811/.— % 20% 2OV2+ % 77 • 77 %+l 68% -69 18V. I8V2+ 1 /8 8% 8'/2+ '/4 50% 51%— '/. Wfi 17'/3 ... 9B '/a 100'/.— '/. 74=4 76 — % 20% 20%+ '/> 19'/i 19'/!— '/. 50'/! 50'/B ... 25'/. 2578+ '/. 28% 28'/8 ... 141/. 14 =4+ v. 26 =4 27 — 1/! 14'/B 15Va+ 1/4 37=4 37V.— % 48'/. 49 '/a+l% 36% 37 + >/! 24'/B 24'/.— % I5=/4 15 =4— '/< 14% 14%- % 66% 661 /8— % 37% 38 + V. 27% 27% ... 55% 55=/.— i/i 32V! 33 — 1/2 10'/B lOV. ... 14 14 '/4+ % 20% 20'/! ... 25 25 — % 21'/! 21 '/2— '/B 151/2 15 '/2— % 9 9 + '/a 16% 16%- V. 35'4 35'/. ... 33'/i 33=/.— </2 43 43 —I 33'A 33'/a— 1 27'/. 27'/!+ '/B 23'/i 23'/B+ '4 32'/. 32</2+ V, 23% 23'/B -'4 17'/. 17'/. ... 10 '/4 10'/. ... 34'4 34'/.— % 2 '/2 2 '/2 ... 87 87%— % 7% 7% ... 22'/! 22 =4- % 23 23'/.- '/2 33'/i 33%— % 811 /8 82'/!+1 39 '/B 39'/.-lV4 44% 44% ... 21% 21%— '-4 127'/. 127%— '/! 441/2 44%— '/i 47% 47%- % 15V. 151/! ... 1221/3 127i /.+3'/4 34V4 35 + v. 96% 98 '4 +l% 19'/8 19'/.+ 1/4 22'/B 23 '4 ... 50% 51 '/4— % 14'/. 14'/j ... 54 54 —2'/2 39 39'/.- 1 /4 2BV2 2B'/4 -V. 25% 26%— Vi 2 2—1 /8 27% 27%— 1/4 62% 63VB+ VB 451/2 451/?- '/i 14% U'/B-^ I'a 30 30 - 1/2 6 4 — "B 25'/i 25 '/2— '/2 20'/3 20'/!-'4 271/4 27%— 1.4 951/. 9614— IV. 16V. 16%— % 32W 33 ... • 421/i 42%+ % 36 M'M- Vt 261/. 24% ... 381/2 38 =4— 1/4 9'/! 91 /r- 1/4 13 I3%- % 25V. 2S'/4- '4 141 143 —2 '/4 91% 93 -1 15 Most Aclive Slocks Sales Close eng. *laia 230,700 51% — 1 Brown Grp • 207 /00 26% —1?, Hammerm Pap .. 157,700 12'/. — =4 Insiico 153,400 11% — % Southern Co .... 146,000 W/, — v. Cbnll Oil 124,800 34V. — V. E«W"l 118,300 94'/i — , • 114,800 38'/. - 1% Coast St Gas ,,.,108,500 17% -1'/. ^Ji'J'^= 105.700 6 '/4 - V, *' 5*™ 93,300 72% + % At( Rch pf C .... 93,000 54 + I ^•y^e 88 ,200 38'/! - % •J & T J7,^ 42=/. + 1'/. Champion Intl ., 64,800 1 6% — % WHAT THE MARKETS DID By United Press International New York Slock Enhange Thursday Wednesday Wk Ago New Highs 7 7 10 New Lows 293 225 90 Advances 461 524 970 Declines 944 891 456 Unchanged .,.,370 363 341 Totals 1775 1778 1767 New York Stock Exchange sales: Stocks 12,750,000; Warrants 176,000; Bonds 516,. 450,000. STANDARD a. POOR'S INDEXES NEW YORK (UPl)-standard 8. Poor's nourly indexes ftir Thursday. (1941-43 equals 10). 42J-IIKI I5 -KR M-Ufil SOO-Sfks "SIT" "13 38.81 54.64 108.18 Noon 121.01 38.63 S4.47 108.08 'Pm. 121.00 38.58 54.67 108.04 2P,m 121.05 38.41 54.68 108.11 3p,m 121.20 38.81 54.48 108.25 °OSe 121.54 38.84 54.65 108.52 Prev Close 121.80 39.03 54.84 108.77 NEW YORK STOCK SALES By United Press International Approx final total 12,750,000 Previous day 11,890,000 Wj^f^SO 14,052,030 "Jonth ago 15,094,950 Year ago 22,830,980 Two years ago 17,590,700 Jan. 1 to date 1,102,709,435 1972 to date 1.238,496,410 1971 to date 1.213,492.113 SCM Corp 9 53 13'/8 13% 13% ... ScotlPap .50 12 T73 13% 12'/. 13 Sears I.40a 25 333 99 '/4 98% 9B'/a- % ShellOil 2.40 12 34 441/. 453/5 457/,— ?(, SierraPc .84 10 14 13% 13% 13%+ V. SignalC .60g 10 100 18'/B IBV. IBV.— % SimnsCo .88 II 49 20% 20 20'/. ... SingerC 2.40 11 43 54 55'/. SSV.— V. SmithK«iF2 15 101 49%, 48% 49 '/2—'.4 S CalEd 1.56 10 442 24% 24'/. 24'/.- % SouthO) 1.34 10 1440 18% 18% V. SoNatGs Vli 13 20 58 '/4 58% 58%- % SoPacif 2.16 9 95 35% 34% 35 — % So Rait 1.72 7 37 38 V'fi 37'/i—1 SowstPS .76 12 14 12V. 12% 12i/8 ... Sp Rand .40 17 374 40V. 39% 40%+ Vt Square D la 20 200 30'/8 29% 30 '/4— % Squibb 1.54 30 107 97 96i/. 94%-% St Brnd 1.73 16 37 50% SO 5OT4+ % StdOilCal3 13 225 SIV! 81% BV/i ... StdOInd 2.49 16 250 8572 B4i/. 851/4+ V. StdOtiio 2.70 29 57 93'/. 92'/. 93 +1'/! SterlOrg .58 29 142 34'/i 33% 34'/.-'^ V. StewWn 1.85 10 3 29% 29% 29% ... StudeW 1.32 6 144 43% 43V2 431 /i— Vi Sun Oil Co 1 14 30 49 48 49 + % Sunshine Mi .. 74 13' 12i/! 12i/i— i/i Sup Oil 1.40 213 51 275 269 271 —4 Swift Co .75 9 32 IVh 27 271 /a ... Tandy Corp 16 135 28% 26 26 —2% Teledyne 3i 8 151 li% 14% 15 — % Teneco 1.34 10 121 25 24 =4 24 =4— '/. Texaco 1.72 11 441 37% 36% 37V. ... TexETr 1.58 16 180 52i /2 51% 51=A-1i /4 TxGasT 1.58 10 28 31'/8 31V. 31'/8— Va Tex Gull .60 22 216 22 '/4 2I1/2 21'/a+ Va Texinst 1.12 35 128 152% 148 =4 152%+li/8 TxPLT .54b 6 4 191 /i 19% I9'/i ... TexUtil 1.04 15 58 29% 29'/a 29'/.— '/. Textron .96 10 142 24 ',4 237a 24 — '/. Ttliokol .40a 9 20 15% 15'/a 15 '/4- '/4 ThriftyD .37 9 34 8% 8% 8%+ '/B Timkn I.BOa 9 22 37 36% 37 TraneCd .96 17 9 53Va 52% 52%— =4 Tmsam .55 11 352 14 13=/. I3 '/a ... TranUn 1.33 13 37 35 34'/i 35 Trans W Air 13 223 38'/! 37'/. 38',*+ =/. TriCbn 2.23b .. 58 30% 29% 30 '/4 ... TRW In 1.04 12 192 247a 26% 2674+ '/. Twen Cn Fx 10 102 8% 8 8 '/4— '/s U U UAL Incorp 29 163 23% 23i/a 23'/!+ V. UnCarbide 2 12 128 42 41'/4 42 + '4 Un Elec 1.28 13 99 171/. I7 '/4 17i/a— '/4 Unocal 1.40 11 102 37% 37I/B 37% ... Un Pac Cp 2 13 54 59 57% 59 — V. Uniroyal .70 8 84 12 '/4 12% 12% ... UAircrl.80 8 247 - 351/. 34% 35%+% Utd Brands 10 75 8 =4 8% 8%— % UnCbrp .70d .. 55 i'/t 8% 8 '/4+ i /4 US Gyp 1,40 8 322 23 '/4 22% 23 — '/a US Indus .45 4 719 14 '/4 1378 14 USSteel 1.40 11 309 32 3I ',4 32 + '/2 US Tob .44 11 42 141/. 13% I41/.+ 1/2 UniTel I 12 45 18 17% 18 + % Univ Oil Pro 13 71 14=/. 14 ',4 14V>— V. Upjohn 1.40 42 83 131'/. 128 '/2 131'/.+ % Utah Intl .B4 30 39 84% 83 '/4 84%- '/4 UlahPL 2.08 9 24 35 35 35 UV Ind la 7 37 24% 2i% 25%— Vi V V Varian Asso 21 57 14Vi 131/2 ISVi- V. Vendo .10b 14 14 11% 11 11%+ v. VictOrCC .50 15 XIO 14 13% 13%— V. va Elec 1 .12 9 212 19M 1S=A 19V.+ V» W Walgreen I 9 4 I7'/a 17% 1774+ '/4 WarnL 1.30a 31 248 97% 95'/4 947.- % Wash W 1.44 10 IS 21 207a 21 WstAir.05e12 111 10 '/3 10 '/4 lO '/i ... WsBanc 1.40 10 98 31% 31'/i 31'/. ... WUnion 1.40 11 127 28% 38 281/4— '/4 Westg El .97 14 731 34% 34% 34%— % Wstvac 1.05 14 21 23% 23 23%- '/. WeyerhS .84 22 223 51% 50V. 5IV.+ V. WhelPitt StI 4 50 18'/i 17% 17V.—1 Wlirlpool .55 14 134 30 ',4 29'/. 30 Whit Con .50 7 42 14 )5'/3 IS%+ V. White AAotor 14 42 12=/. 12% 12%— '/! Whittakr Cp 14 1T7 6V. 4 6 — '/4 WickesCp I » 197 18% 18% 18% ... WinnDx 1 .20 19 48 ^7 '/i 37% 37'/4 ... Woolwh 1 .20 8 244 22 21% 2144- % XYZ XeroxCp .84 47 348 147% 144 147%+ % ZaIeCorp .48 14 33 29% 38'/i 28'/i—1'/. Zayre Corp 7 S4 14',i 14'/a 14% ... ZenithR 1.40 14 95 40 39% 39%-% All sales in hundreds (X) omitted except for those designated (2) which are tradld S,„'.°„lll'if »"<' ""•••'«* '1 ""I- DIVIDENDS-are annual unless otherwise Identified; (a) plus extra; (b) paid last <«) Mvment on accumulated dividends; (d) declared or paid so far this year, no regular rate; (e) cash plus stack; (g) aimual rate plus stock dividend; (hV paid this year-lalesf dividend omitted; (i) per ceiit m stock paid in 1972; (k) per cent in stock paid last year; (q) in bankruptcy. '^tTl^'^", riwrganiiation; (sj capitil distribution; (x) exdividend; (wl) lihen issued; (wt) warrants. FRACTIONS: (f) indicates following figure IS fraction In 32nds; (|) indlcat^ following figure is fraction in 4 ^5; (J) indicates following figure is fraction In 254ms; (s) indicates following f gure is fraciiot^ In 12Mtis.. multiple of per-share earnings-derived by dividing the latest 12 -month earnings figure into last sale price. American Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) - Selected stocks on the American Stock Exchange. Sales Net P-E (hds) High Uw Last Chg. APetr1.10dl4 23 34% 34'/3 34%+ % ArkLaG 1.3010 13 23% 23 '/2 23'/!-'/a Austral Oil 17 13 14% 14% 14%— V. Banister will 104 24% 23% 23%-V. Brascan Ig 5 17» 20% W/, 197r-% Buttes Gas 27 48 20% 19% I9%- % Cal Comptr .. ,24 10% 10% 10i/i+ Va Carnafn .8829. 71 941/2 911/2 92%—I ChmpH .Olb 15 799 8'/. 7% 7%— '/a Circle K.24 24 2 25 25 25 CbmbEquip22 77 21'/i 20'/. 21 — =4 Creole 2.20a 12 13 17'/. 17 17 '/4 ... Crown CP 5120 20 177a 17% 1774—% DayAAn .lOd 58 55 8 »/4 8V4 B%+ '/. OixlynCorp.. 3 tVt 4'/* iVt ... DomcPetro34 172 38'/. 34',<! iV/r-VM Fed Resour.. 5« 2V. JVi 2'/.+ Va Felmont Oil 13 14 12'/4 117B 12'/ B+ '/% Find SB .20 7 7 I«V. 18'/i lB'/.+ 'A FischerPfSilO 43 13'/a I2'/8 13 '/4— V. FordCanSa 8 z50 99 99 99 -1 Frontier Air 8 5 4 '/4- 4% 4 '/4+ '/4 Gen Cine-3213 24 241 /3 24 24%+ % HuskyOI.15 14 13 2O1/2 20'/i 201/4 ... Inexco 01129 555 14% 13 '/4 13%-'/i Kaiser In 2k33 123 5 4% 4% ... Kirbylnd.44 7 2 21% 21% 21%— '/. Lee Ent .3013 5 17% I7V4 17'.*—'/i Lee Natl Cp 34 9 6'/. 4'* 41,4 ... UewsThwt.. 297 10% 10 10%—% AAcCullOIISi 9 54 10 »% 9%—% NatGn wtsn .. 44 5 S 5 OKC Cp .80 7 2J 21% 21% 21%+ % OOkep 1.60b 13 z3S0 49=/. 48i/. 49%+ % PacNW 1.04 II 4 15 I4'/a 15 + '-4 Pneum Dyn .. 13 4% 4 4 — '/. PubcoPf,15 24 179 II 10'/2 10%—% Rem AT.80 9 13 107. 10% 10% ... RSeindlnc2S 11 V/, 1% )%—% SambosRe535 107 22% 22% 22V. ... Solitron.04b.. 57 4</i 4 4 — % SoundCp .40 8 199 19 171 /3 17 '/4 -1i/i Statham Ins 14 7 17% 17% 17i^— % STPCorp.4ai1 90 13'/. 12'/i 131/4—% SyntexC.4014 394 SO 44 '/4 SOM'/i Technailor 10 41 II 10% 10%^ i/. Telepromp 27 1684 22'/i 21V. 21=A-1i /4 TWA wts.. 208 20V. I»V. 201A+ % UtahSgr.2010 1 10% 10 '/4 10% ... VefC0 0«Sll3» a 22 21% 21%-Vi Vikoa Incor.. 9 7'/t 7 7 Wyoarc.4012 23 13V4 1274 13'/4+ '/4 Yates Indus 19 70,14% 14% 14%-=4 VOUR BIRTHDAY f V Md HOROSCOPE THURSDAY. APRIL 5 Born today, you are one to make your decisions slowly after a great deal of careful deliberation. Taking into consideration all conflicting pieces of evidence, you usually make the wisest use of whatever information you've been able to gather - and , where you do not, it is generally because some vital unit of evidence has been missing. In any case, your conscious review of your own past efforts combine with your own knowledge of the experience of others to increase immensely your chances of dealing well with all occurrences. You are completely and intensely honest with yourself.. You never attempt to block from your awareness anything that you may have done or seen or heard, for you know full well that you are yourself the product of all these things and that to deny them would be to deny yourself. But you are also cognizant of the fact that you need not share the complete truth about every- ^ thing with others, that to keep personal things to yourself does not go again.st principles of honesty. Highly individualistic, .you courageously and creatively live your own life and allow others to live theirs. Friday, April 6 ARIES (March 21-April 19) — Give your complete attention to all routine affairs. Mat- SIDE GUNCES by Gill Fox Ann Landers answers your problems "I've decided I don't want a 21-gun salute when i die. A few well-deserved tributes will be sufficient!' Rheumatic fever can reappear By LAWRENCE LAMB, M.D. Dear Dr. Lamb—I am 21 ters of special interest can be years old, single and female, shelved for the time being - When I was 11 I had a dis- and to their own advantage, ease the doctor called rheu- TAURUS fApril 20-May 20) matic fever. I would Uke to - Involve yourself in those ac- know, is it possible that this tivities which vou can handle may be coming back because alone. Your plans for the com- I'"? ^T'l^T^lfjf^J^Ti ine davs mav nppd In he °^ breath and paia? At night ^5 aays may need o be j • ^ ^ ^ 1 itting up r".f«,rm'"'^f instead of lying down. Also, GEMINI (May 21-June 20) - ^^en I walk even a short Take no chances with the hap- distance I get short of breath piness or well-being of loved and have some pain. This ones. These are days when you also happens when I get up- must bejjrepared for disap- set, nervous, excited,' and pointment even when expect- scared. It's getting on my ing success. CANCER (June 21-July 22) — The wise Cancer will act immediately in the interest of his financial situation. 'Where money is owed, take some steps to recover. nerves because I like to walk and ride my bicycle. I started noticing this problem a week ago while riding a bike to town and back. Is it possible for rheumatic fever to come back after 10 years and is this serious LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - Cor- enough fo? me to see a do^- psnnnHpnpp i«: vital In thp . ?. ; . „ u^*^A n^A tor? It is not in my head and I'm so tired of this 1 could respondence is vital to the prolonging of some of your most cherished relationships, scream. Also, I'm scared to Don't trust to remembrance to death, keep the contact strong. Dear Reader - Yes, it's VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) - possible for rheumatic fever If you would gain an advan- to recur. This is why the tage over the competition, you American Heart Assn. has will keep vour most recent long recommended that indi- plans for success absolutely to viduals who have had known yourself ^ episodes of rheumatic fever NeTro ^tl^cart^^^cV- S^^^^^ .lairhap ?vone"si ^thXg ^^^^^ run^Don't be afraid to lay your j^.^'^j^^ ible that if cards on the table even in ^j^j ^^^^ rheumatic fe- the presence of a stranger. ^^^j. g child that the old SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)- rheumatic process has grad- Give more consideration to the ually caused changes inside younger members of the the heart valve that is char- domestic, circle. Don't be long acterized by shortness of in answering questions even breath. Basically what can though they may be awk- happeii is one of the valves wardK'put. • (mitral valve) graduaUy be- GA/ITTADIIIG /Mn„ 99 comes scarred and finally SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22- so small that it's diffi- Dec 21) - Your position m the ^^jt blood to pass normal- background of the present pro- ly through the heart. This ject may be more valuable to can lead to shortness of the enterprise as a whole than breath. There is only one you know. Go on this assumption. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)- You may unwittingly place yourself and others in a position of danger unless you observe warning signals immediately and completely. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) - A day when you may be able to institute new methods of operation on the employment scene. Seek the cooperation of fellow workers. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) - Although some may con- mairiageircens^Wei^^^^^^ sider It interference, you Steiger, 47, has been married would be wise to give another twice in the past. Miss Nelson the benefit of your experience was identified as a 36-year-<ild and considered opinion. Speak secretary who has been mar- upl ried once before. National Weather Forecast way that this condition can be properly diagnosed, however, and that is by careful medical examination. Incidentally, if that is the problem, modern surgical procedures can correct it. Some- Steiger to wed Sherry Nelson SANTA MONICA, Calif. (UPI) — Aclor Rod Steiger and Sherry Nelson applied for a times there is a difference iri opinion as to how soon surgery is required and of course you're a long way from that kind of discussion until it's actually determined what's causing your problem. There are a number of other things that can cause shortness of breath besides heart disease. But, particularly in view of your past Tiistory, your story is significant enough that it's important for you to see a doctor for good evaluation. Dear Dr. Lamb — What's the difference between cho- liesterol and fat? Does sugar hold fat in the blood like salt holds water? Is it necessary to cut out sugar along with animal fat to get rid of fat in the blood or arteries? Dear Re£i4er — Elevated cholesterol in the blood is usually an indication o( an increased number of fat par- tides. The cholesterol is tied to the fat particles. The fatty particle, including cholesterol, then deposits in arteries to cause atherosclero­ sis. One of the most common cajises of increased levels of fat particles in the blood is eating too many calories. One group of patients with this problem was once classified as having "carbohydrate induced" high blood fats. Further studies have shown that they really have "calorie induced" high blood fats. Since sugar is a rich source of calories, as are other sweets, it JoUows that in individuals with these problems sugar and sweets have to be limited in order to eliminate excess body fat, which in turn helps to control the level of cholesterol and fat in the bloodstream. To control the total intake of calories one should cut down on sugars, sweets and fats. MAllONAl WEATHII SttVICf FOIECAS1 lo 7PM tSI + - » - 73 30 24 j 09.9 \ [///JSKOWHS ^ Flow Snow is forecast for the Northern Rockies while rain is expected in portions of Nebrasica and Kansas. A few scattered showers and thunderstorms are indicated for southern Texas. It will be colder in the Northern Plainsand milder from the central Gulf Coast through the Ohio-Tennessee Valley to the Great Lakes. Dear Ann Landers: I had to laugh wh.en I read that letter in your column from the woman who observed how closely people resemble their pels. I can't understand why her friend became indignant when she was told she looked like her Pekinese. I've seen dogs that are a heck of a lot better- looking than some people. • And now, Ann, ha ve you ever noticed how many husbands and wives grow to resemble one another as lime goes by? I have, and for the life of me I can't figure nut a logical reason for it. Can you? —Chuckling To Myself Dear Chuck: Perhaps the reason is (his: Young women tend to select for marriage someone who reminds them of dear old Dad. Young men, by the same token, are attracted to girls who remind them of I heir mothers. Since it is not uncommon for a child to resemble a parent, it may well be that Mary, who looks like her dad, picked Harry who also looks like him. Since time does Ihe same damage to all of us, eventually, Mary and Harry wind up looking more like sister and brother than husband and wife. Dear Ann Landers: Please tell Ihe women who read your column thai sometimes The Loser is The Winner. I refer to wives who finish second to The Other Woman. My husband wanted out after eight years and three children. He confessed he was in love with another woman and was (ired of leading a double life. I almost fell apart when he told me they had been sneaking around for four years. I agree lo meet the woman and talk to her. To my surprise she was a refined, intelligent widow — with money. She wanted my husband more than anything in the world- 1 examined Ihe situation from every conceivable angle Corporations to control most production MOSCOW, Idaho (UPI) The 50 largest multi-national corporations will control 70 to 80 per cent of all world production in Ihe not too distant future, an economist predicts. Dr. Steve Hymer, professor at the New School for Social Research made his remarks at Ihe 27th annual Borah Symposium at the University of Idaho. He spoke after William Rusher, publisher of the National Review said that multinational corporations could provide an alternative source of capital for countries opposed lo "imperialistic exploitation." Such companies, independent of any specific government, could be a factor in creating an atmosphere which would prevent war, Rusher said. and finally concluded that it made no sense to be vindictive. I had lost him and I might as well lei him go. My terms included a large c?ish settlement. (The woman paid it, of course.) I packed up my daughters and we moved lo another city. I went back to work and made a new life for myself. There was no bitterness or anger. Today I am married to a fine man who adores me. My daughters are college educated and have careers which they share with their husbands. I can truthfully say I consider myself lucky to have lost out long ago. —A Happy Loser. Dear Happy: Dozens of "Losers" wrote lo tell a similar story. I was not surprised to hear from the women, but I was amazed al the number of men who wote lo say I hey were lucky to have been dumped, and are now much happier in a second marriage. Dear Ann Landers: I am a 14- year-old boy and an only child. I love my mother but 1 cannol respect her. Mom got a divorce five years ago and she has had five different men living here since that time. I am so embarrassed when my friends see these different guys that I could just die. They've go! to know what is going on. What do I say when they ask questions? What will they think of me having a mom who lives like this? Please help me. I feel very alone. —A.C. Dear A.C: You are not responsible for what your mother does, so get that through your head once and for all and most of your problem will be solved. When kids ask questions, simply lell them, "He is my mother's friend." Make no apologies and don't feel that you have to defend her or yourself. , Of course it's a terrible situation, but you didn't create il and you can't correct it. If misery loves company, it might help to know you have plenty these days, according to my mail. EASY-MAT SELF-SERVICE LAUNDRY 707 E. Stale St. Redlands 792-5727 SPECIAUZING in FAMILY BULK DRY CLEANING ALSO FAMILY LAUNDRY VVASH, DRY a FOLD TENAX 707 E. State St. 792-5727 Redlands Landscape. Gardening BUY DIRECT FROM GROWER AND SAVE ON YOUR lANDSCAPE NEEDS JUNIPER TAMS 1 gol size BOTTLE BRUSH 5 gol size 195 JAPANESE BLACK PINES REDWOOD COMPOST 60 Lb. boles HOLLYWOOI TWISTED JUNIPERS 5 gol size 951 CITRUS TREES Dwarf or Standan 5 gal size 5 gal size SHRUBS Selected Variety 1 gal size PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU APRIl SUBJECT TO STOCK ON HAND JTAXIA ttiillJi Tucaipa 797-8067 (ITWILOWOOOCIIIK) ^Hovri 8-S SM^MlO-SCImd Moniafi

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