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INDEPENDENT (AM) PRESS.TELEGRAM(PM)-C.7-. American Stock Exchange Thursday's Closing Prices Your Money's Worth SlM Nil P-EIMslClm rtl. By Associated Press American STOCK fcxcnanset wires- . 1 »l~ - - , , - . . A ««·» J 3 «'+-» AbrilMf Mt, J 1 4 - A AcmePrec 5 IS W 4 * ADM Indust .. 2 7-1 -- 1% AdobeO.OSe 1 »»/-'* AiEPIasIP J 6 2'/ Aegis Corp 4 211 11-16 Aerode»inc .. i 14- '/ AeroFlo.lSe .. 3 mf V, AililHso.M 6 2 3»+ / AHIPub'.JJe 4 J 6 t Vi Allsr Six .10 3 1 2!6- 'i AlCPht J« .. 2 1'** ',4 Alien Ind 3. 4 t%- '/ AirbFrl.SW i 1 5HH It AlanWdle 3 1 20'*+ 'A Alaska Aln 6 tt, IVa-- Va AIM Waldn 33 5 1 . - '* Alcolc.l2e i « S«+ % AlHhyAirl 3 26 4 + '4 AIIMAwtO .. B 2 -V AlleaAwIN .. 41 1 -- I'. 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Jacobs Eng 4 6 7 t ','4 Jamswy .09t 3 2 2"» Jeannef .22t ..3 2 3ft- 'R John Pd .25 16 12 20?% + h Juniper Pet .. 17 2^1 -f '.'u Jupiter Ind 3 2 2'7 K Kaisrlnd.J6 2 60 S Kalvcx Inc ., 4 11-16 KaneMill wt ... 9 34-- 'B KanebSv.90 , 7 111 20 f '.1 Kavanau .. 6 '-i ewane .483 S 77 13 5 A + V eytlnd.30 3 1 4H ilemb .15c .. 15 11-16 m Ark Cr£ 7 6 ai-- 'A ngOpllcl 2 1 Pa rbvlnd.60 6 14 27'^+ Js Oeinerts '.. 10 2'/ B _ " a K nicker Toy 2 10 5 1J i Knott Hotel .. 2 2^s olmorg .40 4 2 9^j-- ^ KuhnSlr.10 2 1 2ft L. LaBarg .020 3 2 3 4 'fe _afay Radio 4 63. t f i* 'a Lake Shore 8 32 3 "A _aMaur.3A 5 2 2^ LaneWd .101 .. 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Shnd Cp .241 3 Shnandh Oil 7 Sherwd Med S Shopwcll In B Showbot .BO ' Sicrrcln .20 S Slfco In .36a 4 Sigma .371 4 Silo Inc S Simkins .60 4 Sim Sch .IOC 5 Simplex .151 14 SitklrSmRI 4 Solltron.06 .. Sonder Brdc ' : Soundsn .40 3 SC S.Bpf 2.21 . SCEpf7.5« .. SC5.2pfl.30 . SC4.3ptl.OB . SouRoy.JBb 20 Sparlek .30e 4 Spcctor .IOC 2 SpencCo .321 . Spencr F .32 2 Splcnlex -4S . Std Containr StdCoosl.10 , Std Melals S SldMolA .42 5 StdPrud wl . StdShrs.40r . StThom .48a Slange.20 18 Slanlv Avla Stardust Inc 13 SlatSvL -40b Stepn Ch .44 6 Slerl Eleclr 3 SlerlPre.llI 3 Stevcoknit 2 STPCp.40e 77 Slruth Wells 30 Sun Elec .60 . Supercr .lOe Sup Surg Ml 4 Susquhana Susquhan pf . 51V Ind .80 2 Synaloy .121 4 Syntex .40 Sysco Cp .20 5 System Eng . Grain n CHICAGO (API - Liquidation and top-loss selling pushed at (arm commodity futures sharply lower on Ihe Chi?go Boaru oi Trads Thursday. Several soybean and wheat contracts ell the limit ot 20 rents a bushel. Soybean oil was down 90 points, lust short of limit move, while meal futures declined S a ton. oats fell back SVi cents, Vr cent hdrt of. Ihe limit and corn ost TVt cents, ced broilers were steady to about Vi cent a pound lower .after a lightly traded session. The liquidation was prompted by holders of long positions in advance of the government's final report on grain production in 1974, due after the close. As prices fell, there was much stop-loss sel- ng noted. ' f For a flme after midsession, most dis- ant wheat and corn options attracted luyers so that prices had* edged 'Onto the Plus side while nearby options were still mdcr previous closes. As the selling set n, however, all options weakened. Oats fell wilh corn, but trade was considerably lighter. Iced broiler prices generally moved in Ihe direction of red meat futures. Soybeans had been under selling pressure throughout the session along with SOY oil, but for a few minu es after the midpoint there was a flurry of buying. It dissipated, however, In Ihe active selling at the close. Pacific Coast Exchange Closing Prices lor Jan. 16, 1975 By E. F. Hutton Co. . One Oceangate Close Alia Corp ll' 1 ? ButlesGScO 15*4 Canada So. Pel. Ltd 2"i Chiel Consol. Mln. Co l'4 Curtis Pub. Co 9/16 CrestmontOil 5 DWGCorp 2 Exeter Oil Co. "A" 1 GreatBasinPet 3*s Magellan Pet. Corp 12/16 Pacific Gas Trans. Co 9 Res. Oil Gas Co 5 SiboneyCoro l ; /32 Sundance Oil Co 12's Texas Internal. Pet. Corp 6'b Tricolnd 1 10/16 Ulster Petroleum Ltd 16/32 United Carwo 0. 4 G. Ltd 7*» ZocconCorp 17*9 Dividends PS- stk. of Ply Hod Rate Record able IRREGULAR AmExp IncomeFd . .12 1-29 7-S AmExp SpclFd . .03 1-29 2-S Dreyfus Fund . .15 1-20 1-23 LoomisSav CapDev x .15 1-25 2-7 x-Corrected amount. LoomisSav MIFd . .13 1-15 2-7 PNB MtgiRlty . .10 1-27 2-17 RoweP NewEra . .28S5 MS 1-29 INITIAL Ryland Group . .02 MS 1-31 RESUMED Dorr-OIIver . .10 2-21 4-1 YEAR END Brenco . .IS 1-31 2-10 REGULAR AmGenl ConvSec M .11 1-31 2-14 Apogee Enterpr . .03 1-22 2-3 Houston OilM . .10 7-20 315 Inmont Corp Q .10 1-31 MS Invesl DivSvC B Q .1125 2-14 3-1 Leescna Corp x .15 2-21 3TO x-Correcled amount. Levingst Shipbld . .10 1-22 1-31 Lincoln Fsl Banks x .47 1-24 2-3 x-Correcled payable date. Modine Mfg Q .« 2-2« 3-12 HJ Natural Gas 0. .33 3-15 4-1 Ogden Corp Q -2S 3-14 4-4 Pullman Inc 0 .425 2-7 3-14 Reynolds, RJ 0 .72 210 3-S US TrockLin Del Q .20 2-2! 3-14 Universal Foods Q .275 1-28 2-10 Price index NEW YORK IUPI1- Dun 1 Braustreet's daily weighted price index ot 30 basic commodities (1930-37 average equals 100): Thursday . SM04 Wednesday 577.73 week Ago 573.30 Month Ago 589.78 Year Ago 513.90 197475 High 634.43 197475 Low 49301 Poultry Eggs LOS fiNGFt-ES (API IfSMN) - E9D prices: Ex L9 AA 6V-SS, Lo AA «3- X Mod AA 62-77. Poultry- ive volume prices al ranch-Em type hers: 87,200 hd. delivered at plant 5-7, weighted ,1V9 6.04, at ranch 3.S to S.S, wcloMcd avg 5.01; Owners S.MO hd, 64 per «n1 at Mccms and 36 per rent undslermlned. Citrus market LOS ANGBUES (AP) (FSMN) Citrus prices unchaiwd. Sunkisl reports reprosentallvo oranac auction prices bv slic arc steady and hiatKr thai !asl wf*«. Sunkrsl First Grade 48s 4.M, Ms 505, TJi 5.66, 885 S.M, 113s 5.W, I33S 470. 4 3"* + '4 4 IBHt i 47 4Ht '.i 044 B 1 /? t ^ 2 8!4+ It 7 m-- Vi 2 .4^4 " 1 3!i+ '/ 2 6 6 3'»T Vt 3 5»i 3 14Vt H 15 n 7-16 -1-16 71 Ti- 1 4 1'^-- 'a 12 Vt t 3?i 29 2'4 4 12 2 1^14 '^ 2 5 4 't 2 2" 10 m 2 3''a-- 'S 12 IS - V. is mt * ^ 3 2 4 Vj 7 B ... 1 4 4 "a 1 7", 6 3"! 2 25i 1 6t4 Hi 2 2'i 1 2"! '% 17 l'-i-- Mi 4 5 4 4!i 4 24% 4 'fe 1 84 -'2 1 ,1 3 IS". 4 14 1 1244 V, 127 44'442'i S 4 ' ? 4 1/4 5 5 10 I'i 1 4*B-- '-'8 I 41i4,", 1 2'.'i- 'i 2 I2"i 4 t 5 4'4-- '1) 2 SW- 'i 3 1":4 'it 1 11"; 4 Is 6 19"i 7 14!* 2 6?Bi ','B 4 1 1 4i4 n 3 14H4 1.4 0 15-16 4 1-U 2 2"« 5 114 Vt 16 41.4 =t 26 6 1 11". 4 ", 2 l^i-- '* 6 m 10 4 4 i.-i 1 10 1. 2« 5SB 32'T 6 ll'i 4 '^ 21 1'-. narke losing Boan CHICAGO 1 he Chicago E C WHEAT Mar 4 May 4 Ul 3 Sep . 4 Dec 4 CORN ( Mar 3 May 3 Jul 3 Sep 3 Dec 2 Mar 2 OATS (5 Mar 1 May 1 Ju 1 Sep Dec 1 SOYBEAn Jan 6 Mar ' 6 May 6 Ju 6 Aug 6 Sep i Nov 6 Jan 6 SOYBEAn Jan Mar May Jul Aug Sep Oct Dec SOYBEA* Jan 1 Mar May Jul Aug Sep Oct Dec Jan ICED B Jan Mar May Jun Jul Aug Sep b Bid; a A Cash Gra CHICAGO red 4.16bn; Uo 2 vello box}. Oats 1.73'^. Soyb No 2 ye quoted at 3.: Cal. SAN -- Clai compen nia inc in 1974, Industr Thursd Roy J live dii sion o dents i said t claims pared previou Wha NEW YOR Advances Declines Unchanged Tola! issues New 1974-7 New )"" H LOS AN Alfalfa anc ixl. Carlo! 81 hav. Trea WASHING lion of the dollars: Operating Deposits 1 WHMr»*» Total deW Debt not Gold asu Operating din ' IM f-K»)Ckw d«. ·r fecn'sym" 25 1 i" TechclOper 3 20 n t n Technitrol 4, 1 .Hi Telex Cpwt .. 20 1H TennaCorp '.. 13 l« 4 if Tenneco wt . , 49 31V TennFS.40e : ' d »'.- ". Tcrailin IIK. 4 14 i r -,, TerraC.lOe 4 121 1314- !'. TexaslnICo 6 249 ; Texstar.171 3 28 3 TFICotnc 4 2 1=4 ' ThorolMkt ., 6 3"4 H Thrftmt .15e i S 8H- * Tiffany .20 3 ; 3H Tigerlnllwt .. 7 l'S4 Vt Timple Ind 3 27 3 - H TMCMtgln 1 10 «- H Tokhelm .20 12 34 6 t "; Torin Cp .60 4 2 Wi-- 'i TotalPtl HA S S Sit 4 ". Total pf.70 .. 7 IOH4 It TownCntry ,. 5 2 " . . . Tracer Inc' 4 13 2 - It Trans Lux .. 16 2 ... Trnspt Pool 3 487 6t 4 (i Treadw.23t .. 17 2 -... TuflcoCorp 10 9 Hi-- '.'. Turbodyne 7 20 2Tia . TwInFalrln 3 67 4'/i-- \ L . U Un Invest .. 3 3"*+ Via UnA Pr .40a 7 4 S - ',t Un Asb .07e i. 28 2ft +1-16 UnBrand wt .. 17 'Vj Unit poods 4 2 P4 UnNatCorp .. 8 1 UnNalCpwt .. 5 '4 USSan 1.65e $ -14 S i r - ^ USFIItr.20 - 4 34 3ft USLsR1.80e 5 8 8^ tJS LsaR wt .. 6 H , USNatRsrC 4 67 J«4+ VS US Reduct 1 2 1 W*- *% UnitekCorp S 9 BV* 'Mi Unity Buy 5 5 3 8*8-*- H UnivCi -05b 4 \ 2' UnivRs.OSe 10 114 5 4 *« UnlvRun.M 4 3 4^1 * ^ UnivSav.32 11 1? 4'i UtahldSu 1 9 1 14"4 ' UVIndwt .. 24 4T1a V Vail In 3.20e i tt 15'ii- *i Valley Mtal 10 1 3'i-- '-'B Valmac.Wa - 2 9 7*a ValirfLinD .. 2 1"j V3nDorn.3S 3 13 S ... Varo Inc 3 34 ' 2'4 ·* '-'· Veecolns J2 5 3 8'^ Vernifron 4 5 2 1 * Vikoa Inc .. - 4 1'4-f- '4 Vulcan .02e 6 1 2H Vulc Inc JO 3 3 4*nf 'n W WabMg .Ida 4 S 3'ii-- ft Wacknl.28b 5 3 6 ..; WadelEg.10 .. 1 l^t Mj WalnocoOM 7 2 2 * "a WarGpfC.05 .. 24 2"? WasPstB .50 7 50 194 + ^ Watsco.OSe S 1 3'4 , WelmanCo 3 3 Ul WeldTu Am 2 35 S^l-- '-i WesIatsPtl 3 S4 W Westby Fsh .. 9 Vj WestnDecal r ! 3ft* '.% Wstn Fin .10 3 16 6 WstPac 1 wt .. 25 ft Wstran.20a 7 lil JPi- "; Whlttakr wt .. 30 H V/ichita Ind 7 35 2% t ft Wmhous.30 3 2 6 Winklmn .50 4 1 6 WolfHB .24 8 ' 2 2'i WorccsCont 4 17 8 Work Wr .60 3 3 6*b+ % WratherCp 30 1 7*v Wrlghl Har .. 79 1"4 WTC Air 10 4 i Jfit-- "* WUI Inc.W 4 19 9^tjt Vt WyteLab.20 4 17 3H Wvnn Intl 3 IB Sh- W WvmBn.SO 7 7 9»i + "i WVomising 3 1 2 X-Y-Z- YooHoo.OSe 6 3 2 Total Sales ....... 1,8*0,000 Sales Year Ago ... 3,133.045 ;t : of Trade TabK AP) -- Futures trading on oard of Trade Thursday: Prey pen Hijk Low Close Cine (5,OM bo) 21 4.23 4.04 4.04 4.73"! 16 4.19'ft 3.994 3.99i 4.20 95 3.99 3.8! 3.8B 3.97'4 02 4.04V, 3.95 3.96 4.03. 11 4.1S 4.06 4.06 4.13 ,MO bu) 35 3.36W 3.29 3.31 3.37',^ J6W 3.MV 131 3.32 3.38'A 34 3.37 3.31 3.31 3.36'A MVi 3.16 3.11 3.14 3.16 . 83V: 3.M 2.83'i 2.84 2.!5 89 2.93 2.89 2.B9'A 2.90V. MO \Hl) 63 1.64V! 1.60 1.61'.'.' 1.65". 62 1.62V. U7V, 1.51 1.63'4 J7'4 IJ8": IJ3 Ii4'4 1J9 1.52", 1.524 1.48 1.4J l.SZ'.'i 5S 1.55'A 1.54 I.S5"! 1.58 S (5,OM bu] 35 6.38 6.21 6.21 6.41 .50 6.50 6.33". 6.33". 6.52 60 6.63 6.441'! 6.44'i 6.64 66 6.68 6.50 6.51 6.70 65 6.65 6.47 6.47 6.67 .39 6.40'/i 6.22V. 6.22". 6.42 1 /! 29 6.30 6.13 6.13 6.32 33 6.35 6.20 6.20 6.37 OIL (U,0« IbS) 3250 32.60 31.95 32.05 32.85 31.80 32.03 31.30 31.30 32.15 30.80 31.19 30.35 30.45 31.25 30.10 30.25 29.55 29.70 30.35 29.05 29.30 28.70 2S.70 29.40 27.70 28.25 27.60 27.80 27.95 26.50 26.85 26.25 26.50 26.50 25.40 25.75 25.15 25.40 25.20 MEAL IIM lonsi 27.00 127.00 121.00 122.00 128.50 33.50 134.00 130.00 130JO 135.00 41.00 141.00 135.50 137.00 141.50 46.00 146.00 141.00 142.50 147.00 46.00 146.00 143.50 144.00 147.50 48.80 148.80 146.50 147.00 151.00 49.00 149.00 146.50 147.00 152.00 52 00 153.00 148.50 149.00 153.50 52 00 152.00 149.50 149.50 154.50 90ILERS (21,000 IDS) 41 GO '41.50 40.50 41.10 41.25 39.90 39.90 39.45 39.60 39.95 4000 4030 40.00 40.05 ' 40.25 41.00 41.00 40.85 40.8S 41.20 41.10 41.10 40.90 40.90 41. 3D 40.90 40.90 40.40 40.40 41.03 ked; n-Nominal. 'AP) - Wheat No 2 hard No 2 soft red 4.14VM. Corn n 332V.n (hopper) 3J7".n Ho 2 extra heayy while cans No 1 yellow 6.34V:n. low corn Wednesday was TOn (hopper) 3.2»V.n (box). claims up FRANCISCO (UPI) us for workmen's sation in Califor-eased 12 per cent the Department of lal Safety said ay. Bell, administra- ector of the Divi- E Industrial Acci- n the department, here were 84,000 last year, com- with 75,000 the s year. t Stocks did K (AP) Prev. Thursday day 121 806 532 601 440 372 1713 1779 i hi'shs 14 10 5 lows 3 ! ay market GELES (AP) - (FSWN) grain hay market unchang- arr vals: 6 corn, 2 sorghum, sury report ON (AP) - The cash posl Treasury on Jan. 14, I97S in balance I.cni.roo.wo w ' lr( ' rju "'4rm«o,o« It flual yMr July 1 «4W,WO,000 tnwffxtoi lublec) to slalulorv limit ;.m,ooo,ooo ' ii.nimm M ,,r«« J , n .u,im (w ^ t»,ff What tax _£»·*!. i^d' to worker "ORTEU ; - , · " · ; . By SYLVIA What will a tax cut mean to you, one of America's tens of millions of lower-middle income taxpayers caught in today's nightmare of slumpflation -and to our economy? Please note my use of the words "will mean," because no matter how Congress finally disposes of what the President proposes, a tax cut is all but certain. This, part of the antirecession program can (and .probably will) be voted quickly; the additional funds will be coming 'to you in the near future; the money will be released via a simple method designed to add directly to your spending power. Therefore, the tax reduction will be: --The equivalent of a "pay hike" for the vast majority of Americans who hold jobs at pay levels majority will spend the money at once. Most of you will buy necessities you have been cutting back on; many of you will spend the funds for big as well as small ticket items with which business is overloaded right now; some of you will use it for doing payments on deferred semiluxuries. This will reflect an easing of the slumpflation pinch which has become harder and harder to take and has resulted in our curtailing of buying and trading down in many purchases. --A spur to the investment and housing markets which have been in such horrible shape. If you save the money and put it into your savings account, you will add to the funds the institutions have available to invest in mortgages and ·thereby give a boost to the catastrophically depress- '· ed housing market. If you invest the money in stocks or bonds, you will help buoy the securities markets and make it easier for industry to finance imperative programs. -- An under-the-surf ace anti-inflation move to the extent that the tax reduction temper wage demands -- even though on the surface, it appears (juite the opposite. If your take-home pay is raised via a tax reduction, you will have caught up with some of the virulent inflation of the past year and this will lessen your need for catch-up · pay hikes. In turn, this DOW-JONES AVERAGES NEW YORK (UPD -- Dow Jones closing stock averages: . 30 Indus. 20 Transp. 15 Utils. Thursday.... fe66 + 2.35 156.01 +2.78 77.97 + .42 Wednesday .. 653.39 + 4.69 153.23 +1.85 77.55 + .35 Week Ago ...645.26 + 9.98 150.65 +4.02 75.92 + .99 Month Ago... 604.43 + .94 141.44 + .46 67.87 --.13 Year Ago .... 872.16 +16.07 193.98 +1.39 92.98 + .09 1974-75 High . 891.66 202.45 95.07 1974-75 Low . . 577.60 125.93 57.93 1973 High... 1051.70 228.10 120.72 1973 Low 788.31 . 151.97 84.42 cut ml , the ec PORTER tempering of wage increa increases -- and thus help of prices over wages, wage wages, etc. The type of spi demand-pull inflation, in pulls up prices. It is cosl rising costs push up pric outside of wage hikes the curb on that type of Lnflatio --A distinct spur to tod the "multiplier effect' 1 of ti During the period imm way to halt the uptrend in happen is already happenir cuts will help turn the tren just as a slump in one inc ·hundreds of thousands of lions of other workers, so t fans out and indirectly a workers. A dollar you spend a instance, helps the clothin extra dollar at the furniti furniture store's owner s] auto dealer which in turn h dollar is back to your ow improved position to hire keep you on the payroll. --Inspire confidence, proposal and Congress is expecting it to respond re politicians with only the Iff Of course, it's not all swell the budget deficits whatever Ford's red ink derestimates. The burden will be enormous, force create credit to finance tr will help place a floor und( will not help the very lo\ don't pay federal income unemployed only indirectly relief must be devised. But the good far out\ quicker Congress acts, the / mean onomy ses will help curb price control the leap-frogging s over prices, prices over ral we are into now is not which excessive demand -push inflation, in which es. Any catch-up in pay mselves is an automatic n. ay's slumping economy as x reductions takes hold, sdiately ahead, there is no joblessness, for what is to g in this area. But the tax i as the year rolls on. For iustry fans out and hurts other industries and mil- i recovery in one industry ids other industries and t the clothing store, for I store's owner spend an re store which helps the jend an extra dollar the elps, etc., etc. -- until the n employer who is in an other workers as well as for this is a responsible fully aware that we are 6 elections in mind, to the good. The cuts will to frightening totals and predictions, they are un- on the financial markets the Federal Reserve to e deficits, and this alone :r interest rates. Tax cuts vest paid jobholders who taxes and they'll help the . For these millions, other veighs the bad. And the )etter for us all. STANDARD POOR INDEX NEW YORK (UPI) -- Standard Poor's closing stock indexes (1941-43 average equals 10): 425 Indus. 15 Rails 60 Utils. 500 Stocks Thursday 79.78 37.95 38.55 72.05 Wednesday .... 75.96 37.30 38.35 72.14 Week Ago 78.95 36.97 37.36 71.17 Month Ago 75.47 35.33 32.89 67.65 Year Ago 108.55 44.80 49.00 97.30 1974-75 High .. 111.65 - 47.36 49.44 99.80 1974-75 Low . . . '. 69.53 29.38 29.37 62.28 But gain 'not real' Taxable sales soar 15 per cent SACRAMENTO (UPI) -- crease in prices on all Retail stores accounted per cent below the level Soaring prices pushed items subject to sales tax, for $568 per person, an set in the summer of 1973. taxable sales up to $17.6 the board reported the increase of $65 or 12.9 per NEW CAR dealers billion during the final real gain represented only cent on a year-to-year ra Uied with $1 6 billion in three months of last year a 3.5 per cent increase basis. But with inflation sales during the {inal for the sharpest rise since over the final three eating up $55 of the in- three months of 1974 as the spring of 1973, the months of 1973. crease, the real growth the model year closed) state Board of Equaliza- In addition, the exces- amounted to only $10. posting a gain of 7.3 per tion reported Thursday. sive food price increases cen { over g aso iine short- which started in 1973 were Retail stores sales age slump of late 1973. But the board said the not reflected in figures growth fell short of all T ne i ncre ase in taxable 14.9 per cent jump con- released by the board be- other ^ categories in the sa i es pus hed state reve- cealed a sharp slump in cause the food items are board's quarterly report nue collection to $853.6 consumer demand and re- not subject to sales tax. for the fifth consecutive million, while local sales vealed consumers Taxable sales per per- month. Service stations j ax collections totaled spending proportionally son jumped $102 for an did a $1.7 billion business $23.7 million, more money to maintain all-time high of $841, a to lead every major busi- Th e g a n Joaquin Valley living standards. 13.8 per cent increase ness class with a 40.7 per and central coastal coun- Following adjustments over the same three- cent gain, even though ties topped the rest of the for an 11.6 per cent in- month period hi 1973. fuel consumption fell 1.2 s ^ a ^ e - m sa j es g row th for the fourth consecutive _j_ · I three-month reporting Lhange m home mortgages TM with a ai ^ cent seen boon to home CAMBRIDGE, Mass, most of their money tied (AP) -- Economists at up in low-interest mort- Massachuetts Institute of ages written a few years Technology propose a ago. Because passbook radical change in the way interest rates are low, home mortgages are writ- banks are having trouble ten. They say it would attracting new money to give a' major boost to the lend, building industry. In a study released UNDER MIT's proposal Thursday, they suggest for "graduated payment, abandoning the standard variable rate" mortgages, home mortgage, which limits would be taken off spreads equal bank pay- how much interest sav- ments over many years, ings banks can legally Instead, they propose a pay their customers · for system that cuts pay- regular savings accounts, ments at the start, but now 5V per cent. These allows them to rise as a higher rates, under the homeowner's earning theory, would attract power increases. more money into the sav- "Such a change would ings banks and, in turn, be a major contributor to give them more to lend, a turnabout in the housing The mortgage interest market," Prof. Donald rate would equal the sav- Lessard, one of the au- ings account interest rate thors of the proposal, plus a service fee that said. would enable the bank to The study, funded by pay its expenses. If the the Department of Hous- bank paid 8 per cent saving and Urban develop- ings interest and charged ment and the Federal a fee of 1% per cent, the Home loan Bank Board, mortgage interest rate was presented at a confer- would be 9% per cent, ence at MIT's Sloan However, unlike the School of Management. current system, the home- The economists contend owner would not immcdi- thal some of the nation's atcly f a c e monthly pay- housing woes arc created ments designed to cover by the traditional fixed- the full 9'A per cent inter- interest, level-payment ost on the total due, plus mortgage, which does not an extra amount to begin reflect inflation. reducing the mortgage Savings banks now have principal, i t Building' INSTEAD, the payments would start at a considerably lower level, then increase over time, based on variations in the Consumer Price Index or any other index agreed upon between the bank and the homeowner, such as increased earning power. 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