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imt Saiil, OIU. Tiii-.., Jin. ;!,!t» INDEPENDENT .(AM) PRESS-TELEGRAMJ American Stock Exchange Monday's Closing Prices Your Money's Worth illH MM HMtlOiM At. Bv Associated Press- American Stock Exchange onces: Sales AAV Cos .25 3 3 3'i AberdenPei 13 2 3 1 * t j Adionlnd 3 ? 2'n Adam Russi 4 11 1 ~ e AdobeO.OSe 8 47 6's AEPI3SIP 2 ; ? 8 e Aegis Corp 4 31 ^ AeroFlo.lSe ., IS 2'*- i a Aerortca Inc .. 21 u. Aerospl S 1 15-16 -Hi AtlllCaD.Oai 9 1 1'a AlC Pht J6I 3 |'-i t i B Aiken trtd 3 3 1'n · ' a AirbFriJOe 5 13 S^B Airpa* -5t 3 9 4 ' 4 * AjaxMag Ia 4 10 18 1 * · h AlanWdle . 3 21 19 - '« Alaska Airl 6 S 3 ' a * n Alco1c.12e 5 7 6'?~ H Alleghv Airl 3 24 4 AHegAwW .. 4 l'-a · '"a A H e g C p w l .. 1 4i a - a Alpha Ind 2 S ^ Atlec Corp S 20 11-16 Altec Cp wt . 1 5-16 -1-ti AllerFds .50 3 6 74 * ·» AmcotnrJ 2 11 KB- ' B AHessLLwl . 43 3H- ·* AmBiltrt .50 3 11? S AmBusP .24 6 -2 v'j- i- B ACehWtgwl .. 13 '·- 'a AmFlelch 3 11 4'. : - '3 AC7arPd.30 5 2 9'a Am. Inl Plcl 2 36 5'-.-- i A Israel ,27r 2 3 3" a A-K'fchnFd 6 3 3'»+ « AMaiieB .40 5 2 B'-i-- '1 AmMfl.SOe 4 1 3! - ' 3 AmMot Inns 7 23 2 l ^~ '-a AmPetrof2 4 7 27*a- -i A:Plan 1.021 .. 5 3'n · l -a Am Recrcat .. 20 2 A S a f E q -lit 2 13 24 AmTrainSv .. 1 I h » '% AMICCP.04 4 22 6 3 B- 'i Andrea Rad 38 4 l' B -- IB Anglo C.12e 6 3 2 Anlxter ,10e ? 1 4%-- '-a AnlhonvJOt . 23 4 - 'a ApplidData 5 1 Pa- a AquitCa .30 10 3 14^ * *e AriiCL .10e 6 xl i 1 * ArrColpf.ja .. i S'-j · '-4 Armac Ent 3 3 ]'·» ArminCp 2 1 74 · 1.4 Arrow Elect 2 4 3 Arunde1.49t '.. 3 Ji/,- i s Arwood Co 3 5 S'M Asamera.25 6 28 7's-- ' a Aspro .JOb 4 j 5 Atl Richf wt .. 141 7'B- '·* A»CMB.97e 2 17 4' 8 - ' s Atlas CP wt . 17 15-16 · 1-16 Augatlnc .15 12 6 13 - H Austral Oil 9 108 11 - ^ Auto Train .16 9 7 3 H · ] s AutoBldg 13 5 J'-i · '-a Autmat Rad 7 1 Pi- ' 9 AutmSvc.W 6 2 5'-:l a AuloSw .843 B 1 23 7 s AVCCp.B2t 5 11 9'-j- I-B AVEMC .14 . 32 ?'· Avondl 1.201) 6 1 19 1 -:- '4 AVXCorp 5 10 414. ? B ,-..! 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CK Petrolm fi 6 10 - '·* Clark Cons 4 3 ? - 's Clark Gr .30 3 .10 4 - ' Clarkson.lfi 5 2 4^s - 'H Clausng .6Se 3 4 5'»- '·* Clonav .C9r I 2 4^- 'n CMI Inv wt .. 10 4*8- 'a OVER Mor MEW YORK IAP) -flepre seniative inter-dealer quola ·· tion at approximalelv 9 A.M from NASD. Prices do nol in elude retail rnarkup, mark Bid Ask Insurance Stocks AmGuarFin .30e 2'-j 2J AmHerilagLl.30 94 9^ AmNatlnsur.38 6^ 7' BeneficialStd .40 3*8 4' CalWestl.ife.4fla 9'-: 10' ChubbCorpl.40 32'a 3! 5 Combinedlns .60 BH 9' Congress Co 2 3' ConnGenerai .88 32' a 32* CrumFostr 1.40a 194 20 EldoradoGens 14 1* EmpireGeneral Pi 2'f FarmersGrp.88 43 ] i 44 FarmersNew .16 39'? 4T - Fidelity CP ,07p 2 2' .- FirstAmFin .28 7 8 First Colony .32 4'a 5 ' First Executive 3'; 4' FranklinLife.76 18's 19' GenReinsur .20p 142 14* HanovrFire .12h fi'a 6 3 HoracMann ,07e B J 4 10 1 . MercuryGen .34 6'4 7 , MonarcCap .72e IPa ti 1 ^ NatWestnLife Vi V NationwideLf .25 6 ! s 7 PertnLileCo IN P Phila Life ,69r 11*. 12. St. Paul Cos .72 I6'i 27^ Safeco C o l »'n 22^ Sovereign Life 3^ 3^ Surely Life . OSe l'i I's Unicoa 17^. 1B' VicoCoro 'a 1 . Zenith Nal Ins 2 ?' Eastern Banks Western Banks . A'rironaBnk .60b 14': IS 1 Bank Amer 1.48 3S'? 35't BdnV Tokyo .50 10« 11 CtmBafiking.40t 6 6' City National 1 11 J i I? 1 * First SKurl.lfl 32 33 ManufBfcLA 'Or fii * 7 · Santa Monic 52 7 ' r 8 SecurPacCp 1.40 16'a 16 l i So Calif 1st .70 8 J « fl 3 SomitomoCal .W 11 12 vatNatPhoen .81 U 1 -* 13 1 * Savln9s Loan . American, Utatl 7 1 ? 8 t FirstLiriclnFins 2''* ^ Firsl Surety 2 7 l n Hawthorne .31e S J 6 * , MercurySvALns 3'. 3»- Nevada SviLn 4 ' 4J* ProgrSviLn .lOe 4 ' ; 6 RoyalSavLn s 4 1 4 Industrials AcmcElectr ?0b 4 4 ' j AcmcGcnerl .30 3 1 " 4'-. Acushnci .60 9 1 j 11 Air California 7' i 8'; AtcxBflldwinVJO 16'T 17 Allergan Pharm 7i fl': AllynBacon .35 4U J^i AUtuiCorp \4 Pi ' Ampr E»pr 40 17' · 37 l . AmrrGrrct .35 6N P* AmerMa'ine Ltd t P. AmRubPlfli IS* 3'. 3'. Am Telecom 4' j S , Anadite Inc ?'» 3 * AnhittrRnu-h Ml JV JSU ' A 1 Kol/ii 70d S · S 1 : A. P S Int .71* 6. 7i. ArdenMavfair 3 ?'· ' ArooPelrol .10e 9 ' j 10^ Arrow Hart 1 14 U^ AIKK Hosiii *' 7'. Alias Hotel! .10 JH 3 ' t BarmiHrKlPh 11'* l?'i , Bflf ry* Jewr tef * t f l'i ' StftittvUb ' ' « U 1 ' Bcrkihirp Him «0 4 BowJltrCP l(c ' · 1'. SUH Hrt P-E(Mi)Clow chf. Coachmn In 9 j y.L. t, ^ffttat.54 S 2 5 Coit Intl . M7 9 16 _|.'u ColeNat.60 3 4 7 1 4 . ' Coleni«.l.44 S 27 6'g Colon Coml .. i 31. , -. :olwel!C.?8 .. 2 4 ' i - ' ,om nco3e i 3 26 -- 'a : 0[TiGrp .12 3 55 Ji B - ' a lomlMU M } j 12! B ~ ^s :oPsvc .lOe 4 2 jig- J. ComSvV6?b 6 6 li's . '. Compoln.3? 7 4 4' s - '1 CompuDyn 11 i ii :ompugrp 4 12 ip. 4 _ i. ·omput Insl 10 6 '-a '» Tomput Inv . l? p., . i ; lonchem .40 3 U i :oncrd Fab 2S 9 P,, "\' } .onroy Inc .. 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J e v C p A m 4 3 3 1 : - '-a )HJ1nd 1 52 2 - !·· )amMDril 8 ID 2l*n '-a )ieboldVC .. 2 2'-B 3iQ con Inc 7 10 S'a - IB 3illardSt .40 4 12 8 - ' a DiscFbr.!6t 4 1 1^ iversey .70 6 6 13 J 3 · H )ivrsf In wt . 5 · 1-16 x lynCor 4 5 6 lomePetrl 7 134 21 1 '; - i onkenv.30 2 7 S'- )owneyS.2S S 9 7s - ': )r ver Harr 5 1 fi 1 ': · '-a DrgFair .40 6 7 S's * ] a 3unlop .07e 3 4 9-16 --1-16 JuplxPd .60 3 3 U's DurTst .25b 6 J 5'j- 's Synlctn .OSe 8 9 2** · '-a Dynell .141 6 1 24 E E S y s t m .80 4 12 B'- B = r!Scheb.36 33^ 4 3 s s · 'i Earlh R .60 5 15 9 s s- 'B EasonO ,10r 10 38 2P4-t Ecodyne 8 5 4''; Edgiton .SOr 2 10 21 · ' a EdmosCp 8 3 Pe- j Edwards .30 3 8 S'* EhrnhP .20a 2 3 4 ElcorChm 18 ' 4 2 Electrog.BO 4 1 91-,- '« Elect Assis! 2 3 1'a ElecEng .28 3 2 6'i ElectrnicAl 6 1 12 ErnslEC .40 3 xB6 4'; - '-a Erolnd 16 1 1'*- "B EspevMfg 19 1 3'-^ % E s c t R a d E I I 1 3'i Essex Chem 2 5 2?i Execut ,24b .. 2 3'i · a F Fablnd 3 9 T'I* ^ F a r C h .20e 4 6 7 FakonS -10e 4 376 211s-- m FamDol Sir 9 1 2 Family Rec.. 8 2 P-B Fash Fa .37t . 2 1'*- 'B Fed Resrces 32 112 Vv FedMrf .60b S 2 IB 1 -! · '-3 Femnt .12e 6 2 9^-' 'B Felsway .32 3 5 3'-4 · '9 Fibrebrdwt .. 28 V'» + '* F delco Gth 3 33 5'i-- 7 * FiJelcGr wl . 10 7-16 -3-16 Film Cp Am .. 11 1' 4 - "» Fi mwavs 4 26 3 - 'u F nSanB 20 4 44 7'-i-- ^ FstDenvrVil 7 12 4 ^ -- "s Fsl Denv wl . e '· -1-16 FsiHartfrd .. 1 P. · '* FstHrt pf.50 .. 1 4 * '., Fst Rlty Inv . . 1 15-16 ' 'B FstSLSh .48 4 1 7' 7-- '-i FstVaMt Wt . . 3 6 3-16 -- 'B FischrP .481 6 11 6 Fl399lnd.l2 .. ! P- ' a Fight Salty 5 4 7 ^ * 'b Fla Capital 3 1 1'-*- 'B FlaRck .106 5 16 3 3 B · '4 Fluke J .931 5 3 11'? +. 'j FordCanSe 3 z30 5 9 ^ - ''» FoxSlaP.36 4 4 S ' B - ^ FrankNu .32 6 6 54-- '* Frantz .56 3 1 fl'7 ' '· Fresnlo .BOb 4 9 24 · '-4 Frier Ind 40 1 2 · ' a Friaitemp 9 79 B J B FrigilroniC 14 16 7'i Frischs .30b 6 I Sn- 's G Garan .32a 3 1 6 Garcia Corp 10 42 2 Garland .30 3 2 4 - B Gearhart .32 7 73 16** ~ 'i Gen. Buildrs . 2 % --t-16 G EmpI ,24r 5 8 I 1 ! , G Hou^ewar .. 29 !'.-B Gen Interior 8 11 7hi- '-B Gen Recrat 6 1 1''? Gen Resrch .. J P'i · 'B Gen Resrcs . 6 11-16 ; 1-16 GenericsCp 4 6 2'-; Gengeinc .. 3 Tn GeniscoTch 5 2 P-k * '? Geonind 12 B 1'i GerberSci 2 2 1 2 Giant F .55r 4 8 9 - ^ eant Y .40a 14 167 I0* 4 IT Rl 1.04e 5 4 4 S s '.-a Gladding Cp 4 4 lit. t '. B Glatfelter2 3 17 19'ii * "a Glatfl pf2.50 .. 1 36 ' PB Glosser .36 3 1 S'.a Glover Inc .. 1 3'4 GIdblatt .36 7 14 3 3 a- i-i Golden Cvcl 17 40 16"..-- 7 Goldfieid CP 25 229 N -- I- 6 Goodrich wl .. 4 !'B + 'fi GorinSIrs 3 1 2*b- 'B GormR .90a S 2 12"? · 's Grainger .30 12 1 IBb-- l -i Grand Aulo 4 6 3 s *-- ' a GrayMf .841 .. 27 2'; G l A m I n d 2 5 7': · ' a GIBasin Pet 9 439 3'a Gl Lk Ch 16 7 18 12'u · 's GREIT.40 .. 13 4'j- 'B GreyhdC S 2 2'«- ' a G R I C P . 4 0 5 2 11^- 'B GrossTIC .90 6 *2 8''a- 'B GSC En .OSC .. 179 P: + '-a GTICorp 3 2 PB GuardMt wt .. 14 J B GuardCh .40 4 1 S'a Gulf Can .80 8 2 27' 4 - ' a GulfRepFin 2 5 3' 4 -- ' a GifslrmLD 3 16 5 THE COU day's Closing P BridgfordFds .70 7 1 . 3'« BurnsRLCp .20 21 2Pi C R Clothiers '.· 'B Calbiochem 9 9 J i CalWalSvC 7.04 23^ 243, Campus Cas 1 7 l « 8 1 * CannonMills ,78a Ws llh Captech s 2'i 3 a Century Prop! 4 4 ? Chandel Enter P* 3*i CircleSealC .I2e 3'* 4' 3 Citizens Ut A s 24'4 !5 CitiiensUtB 1.76 24' 25 CocaCola LApf 2 74 · 25 ? Colony Kitchen , P; 2 Comp Automatn Pi 4'-4 Computer Desgn J B 1'e Comp Elect .Ite 3 ' 3 : Computer Mach P j 1 J 'B Tornet Stores .45 3': 4 L : 3ana Labs ' i 1 Data Design Lab 1H 2 5ata Technology Pi 2 1 -* Datum Inc 1 PB DellaCaliflnd.25 S 1 ; 6'i DeluxChk Pr .48 73 73 3 * Jontalloy 6'-4 7 Diagnostic Data i 3 7 J » Divers EarthSci J 4 P-B DominguezW .90 B 9 l i DoyleDaneBn .96 6'-* 56'- Drewry Photoclr Pa 1** Ducommun la 17'-4 13 EconomLab .40 77 1 -: 73 Eldon Industries 1 P-i -lectron Arrays 2'a 2'j Elpac Inc Pn 2*a z nvirodvni? Inc 3': 4 : rie Technol .40 6 8 ErnestHahn .20 J 1 . 4'-4 z verest Jon .20 4 4* 4 Executive Ind 3'i 7^ FamilianCorps 3** 4^4 : armer Bro .40 10 : B lO's : arr Company 2*8 3 e Firs!Bosln1.25e 13'.' 14' 4 FirstTravel P- 4 2 Foothill Grp Inc 3 3': ForBetterLv.lOr 7 P FredHolywd -?0e 4 ' j 5U -riliieof Cal.78 3'i 4U Gen Automation 6's 6^1 Gen Health Svc 7 2' 8 GenTel 4':pf .M 9 10 G e n T e l S p f 1 10 11 Getty Financial 1 2 GoldenState Fds U'- 4 IS 1 - GraphidyneCp 7 3' GuardianPlo .75 4** S't -lambg Hamlets 7 1 * 3 L 4 Harlyn Products ? 2'; Harvest Ind s 2 7': HcxcelCorp .56 Vi 9 1 -* HollywoodTurf 1 17 !?' Honda Mot .S7r 32 33 Hyster.Ua 9i 9'. mmuno Science S 1 * 6' ; ntofmark Inc N I 1 * ntlAlumin.70 4'. 5 IntSvsConl PfA 17 14 IntlVldeoCorp IS 7 lenscn Indus 2'; 2 r * ict Air Freight P; 7 lurgensens .Ifle 1» P» Cai«rStpfl!46 16': " KamAnCorp 80 1I'» 12'« KansaiElK l.37r 7J 73'; Keys'pneCu .40t 3'i J'» Knudwn 60 6'i 6*1 KritOi Inc J J .aufcr ? 3. !crov Cor0i 1 1|« incolnMort 07o Pi P iin MiKf Inufi K 4? .iotfal CedirHo 1'^ J*» Weort , 3 1 ' j'» ,«AI«rnitfi ,*0 S' ( : * ' j vVfort*la Corp 5 !J« «««marowtr 4i» S'i AAIli.XkrdtA.40 K 36') n'aion lnhi*t 1 I'* ·/cMOMflEiPlr ]'i 4 V C 1 CwiMtnwt J . I'i \\tmttrei ?' r V' ?picMnH SO 'OS II 1 ' P-E(l*}Ctw cfil. H tallsMot .44 7 4 6 1 '*- ' ^^mDtll Ind .. 3 Pi- " a ^anovr Petr 9 145 · 5 i ^anvlSh 55 3 2 '? JanSq 1.986 3 16 - '4 ^arland .18 16 1 1 '·*- '4 Harmn.OSr ? 2 - '» HartiMtCp 7 8 's- '-j Harvey Grp .. 5 13- 6 - 'B Hasbro Ind 8 2 2 3 « · ' a Hasting .40a 4 5 S^i HawaiA.IOr 7 1 3'-.- · 'B ·lealthM.30 3 3 3 - Heinicklnst 4 28 1 Heittn 1.45e 2 72 3U - '* HemdaleEn 2 2 !·.'- '3 H G I n c 3 1 7'. ·fighlndCap 23 PJ t ', ·liplrnic .15 11 2 7 ! 4 · ' a ·tofmn Ind 2 3 l'i lolly Corp 4 5 Pa HormeIG .92 4 1 15'- HornHardrt .. 19 4 ! - 4 - 5 a ^DSpV, l.24e 4 1 S':- ' B HospMtr In S 2 S-B - ' a Holel 1 3.08e fi S 7't House V i . 32 7 2 3'*- 'a ^oustO .20h 11 133 774 Howell Ind ' 3 10 J 4~ ^ HubeMA 1.30 7 2 3P-* · ^ 4 HubellBI.30 7 3 21 · i HubpfA1.7S .. 7 2¥';-Pa HudsBOGI 7 6 21 ? Hudson Gen .. a J a- 'y Huffmn -40e 6 6 '-a HuntHH .lOe 4 5 HuskvO .50 3 4 14'-s- '-B Hycel Inc .. 20 2 - TJ HygrFd.65e . 4 3 74 I B 1 CHCP.371 11 15 5' 7- 'i I C W R U4e 5 3 8 '3 MCMagnel 5 7 B* 4 - ^ ImpO A..BOa 10 284 24'a . '-4 ! narco . . 3 1 Incoterm A .. 19 2 1 : ' 'u IndplPL pf J \.i200 43 *2'-4 Inf ight Svc 7 1 11-16 1-16 Instrum Sys 6 15 i · ' a lnfegRe.191 9 2 1 Intl Banknot . 10 7-16 -1-16 lnfCour.24 8 9 7^_ M* In Foodsvc 4 9 'i-3 s InFuneralS 4 32 PJ- B lntGenln.70 3 2 7 ' n Inl Pro! .10 ,, 4 3'j- «·( Int Stretch . . 5 - '-a Inlerphoto .. 8 s a nlrsyst .40 6 4 7'j- 3 * nterway Cp 2 37 6 5 s nveslm Fla 6 2 I 1 - nDiv A 1.BO 5 13 17'4 InvDivB .45 S 22 4'a · 'a Inv Rll 1.20e 7 7 5^- ^ lrogBrd.12 J 1 4H · ' B Irvin Indust 3 2 2 telCorp 5 43 4'n · -a J : Jacobs E n g 4 7 1 - . ^ Jamswy .091 3 11 T-t- i John Pd .25 16 30 21 · '.= Juniper Pet .. 41 3''j-- ' e Jupiter Ind 3 1 j'.j K Kaisrlnd .26 2 94 S'a - '-a Kalvex Inc . . 3 5 J s · ·* KaneMillwt .. 3 3*i+ l( a KanebSv .90 7 28 19 - *, Kewane .48a 5 39 13 - H Keysllnd.30 3 2 4':- ' a Kin Ark Crp 7 47 14 K ngOptid 1 76 1 - »- 4 KingRd.lSe 4 12 9'-B · U KingstiP.16 S 3 7 ^ * ^ Kirbylnd .60 6 2 27'';J a Keinerts . 13 2'fc Kliklok.60 4 t 6i. KnickerToy 2 31 6'-a- i, Kolmorg .40 3 10 8 1 *- 3 s KuhnStr .10 7 3 2^4 L LaBarg .026 3 19 7 ] i- 4 Lafay Radio 4 18 4'-? Lake Shore 8 89 ' ' 'B LaMaur.36 5 15 »a · u LaPointe 7 3 J i ' ; LarwR 1.22e 4 17 1-4 LarwinR w l . . I S ' * L C A C p . 4 5 3 16 S * B - s LecEntr .40 8 87 13 LceNatl B J 2 ' a Lee Pharm 13 IB 4 Lehigh Pres 4 1 3 ^ - 'B Leisure Tec 15 11 PJ LOEFay-32b 3 1 4 Liberty Fab 1 4 1'a ' ' B Lightolier 3 1 3'i L Hi A.m. 22 4 5 4 LilyLvnnA 1 1 1 L n c o l n A m 6 7 PB · -a Lodges. OSe 5 7 l'»- 'B LoewThewt .. 17 3 Logistic. lOe 3 1 7 LouisCel.20 3 2 14*a- 'K LTVCorpwt .. 57 2'^ Lynch Corp 5 1 PJ- 'B M Macrod Ind 19 16 J Wiangood.60 17 1 Marindu B 8 MarkContrl 4 12 1 Marshal Ind 2 5 Masters Inc U i MaterRe .20 4 3 McCullOH B 121 Mclntsh .32 2 7 MDC Corp 6 55 Medal si .40b 4 12 Medaln Leis 2 2 MedcoJwIy 5 1 Medenco.12 4 38 MedlaGn .60 9 10 2 MEM CO .72 3 37 Mercant Ind .. 1 Metrocare 4 1 Melro Grtg .. 5 11- Mich Genl 4 4 MichSu .40a 3 67 1 MidldCo .10 16 8 Milgo Elect S 67 1 Miller H 1 1 MillcrW .20e 3 1 Mil Roy .20e 4 23 MoKanTxct .. 3 1 MoPac 1.20 .. 13 1 Mitchll 1.571 5 27 1 MiteCp .16 3 S MoAmCoCp .. 5 Molycrp wt .. 23 Moog .55e \ 3 4 MtgGlh .95e ' 4 1 Morton S .37 4 1 MottsSup M 6 5 MtVMil 1.20 3 4 1 Mov Star .30 5 1 MPB Cp .50 3 7 MPO Vidpo . 1 MPS Intl Cp .. 17 MultiAm 70 60 1 MWA .403 4 10 -1-16 '·B t ^ · '·« :'-: -- '! * · * "B 3*8 · · a )i, 3 , |i B *»· \« 1 'i ,'B~ |'i 4 ' 6 · B il.J~ 4 ^·4 Oi T . -i J-4 4 »-i ,4- ;-4 4_ -a '^- 'B ;'. ii · '-B ' JB 'H - 'fl 'a · '·« - ' a 5* N Nat Alfalfa .. 4 4's · ' a N Dislr .lOe 3 7 3 ' B ; 'B NatHlth Ent 8 32 '-a- '-a Natlnd wt 6 ^ · 1-16 NKinney Cp 25 3 t*i NMedEn .12 3 124 5 - ^ Natparagn ? 4 w Nat Spinng 3 7 V* Nat System . 9 ^ · l-li Neonex .05 3 5 P: Newcor.76 4 31 13 - 2 NTER rices ' MFY Indusl .16 4'-s 4« Micro Mask Inc PJ 7 -j Midland Cap 1e PJ 2 s Monterey Enter S B t ' s Monterey Sys ~'s I ' D Motherhd Mater P? 2 1 .- NewberyEn .16b 7H 3' a Newport Gen *e I's 'Jiplsen.A C .36 10'n 10 s a NrthwNatGs .76 7's 7^. 4ucleonic Prod P. 2'; Olga .40 4'.j 4'* Dlvmp Brew .BO 9 1 : W- Dpticl Radiation 1 J P. =abs! Brew 1 17'i Ifl'-j 'accarlnc .SOe 19 1 * 20 ] j Pac Amer Ind P? 2 1 -? J acCoastHold s 2 : 7 -s 3 acCoasl Med ^i 's 'acFarEast 5'a s a 3 acGamRo 1.06r 19 1 a 'aclnt Equities '-j 3 3C Lumb 2.80 46 1 * 4 ] i Pac Scientific 7'» Pac UflSvc .203 12": 1 ': Pauley Petrol 2i* '· 3 enGasWat 1.35 12 I ';· 3 enn?ollOf com 6^ PermaBill 'a J3 PeltiboneCP .Mb 15 1 Phone Mate Inc P s ': Pinehurst Corp i* '-s · asmachem B s s Productal Chem 2' 4 5 V 0 Inter .60r 9 j I l -j luotron System ·* S Raypak.OSe I'j ·* Redken Labs l l ' a 1 *u Resdel Indust P · J j ievcll -40b 5 .- ^ SexPrecision .36 8' 4 ?oadcraftMfg 1 6'-» 'j iockel Research 2 ' s 2 s a Rogers Bros .40 30 31 R y k o f f S . E . .40 9 , 10', SanFrndoEl .70r 2'« 3^ SantaAnitaCon 1 4' 8 5 J r Sea World 5 S 1 : Sernco h ; 'i- ShakleoCorp .40 i^i 7 1 : Six Pac Idust '4 l Source Cap .95e 7^ 7-'i SourceCapf ?.40 21 7P SoCalWater 1.03 \\'t IP* SouthwstGs .40e S': B'-a Soutnwst Leasng i *» Spectral Oynam 2 . 7 J j SwrtscoachCp 's i'i Standun S 4 * O'B StangHydronic s 7 3 Siarlite Indust 7'» 2 ] * Slate EiPlorat 13 15 Sunset Indust ' * ^ 'abProduci .10 5 i Taco Bell 5'i 6'» Tampax 1.60a 31'? J5 1 ; Tannetics Inc s I'j 3 ' j TechnicareCorp S 1 -* S .- FecurmhP 1.60a 25 27 felemation 1' 4 7 Textonetnc s '* J Thermal Ptiwer W'» 20h TIME DC .30 4 ' J S 'om Brown Inc 17 17' · TranscoCO 80 7 7 j Transoc«an Oil 10'; 11 TrianQlcCorp 1 ?'-. TricoProdM 21 73 Tfidflir induit 1 I'j Uni'odComp Cn I Pi usflancorpl 1? t \n, USEqu'lMI .-I6o 7 1 VavAtom! V.flU-! 3 I-'. VaiievGfi .B8 J 1 /anierGiaphics 3^« ^ VireoM'tfli" P 1 W040 M IP. ii', WdiktrSeol P J 1 : WAf90 IrK 4'i S WrtrnrEIBrV .TO 1« 9' Vavetrfc 3 V VndrnO«ar JO 5'! S^l WetlwnPAt Fin P 4 J'. WciimfCW 90s 4? it WhamQ Mftt . '» '« Vlr-COfP 30 5'i i'i 7ioniUt6^nf W IS ; IB . Wtt fW P.EIWDCIM d»9. JHamp".4;ic 7 9* JO's l Jewtdria M 10 S ? Jewpiirk Rs 5 u 2'4 . NProc.35e 6 2 4'x NYTimes.60 5 4 B's · !» Nortek Inc 3 7 Pi NoAmMtwt . . 1 1 JorAm «oy 8 4 6*1- '· NorCdn OltS 7 1 3'a - 1-16 g i P S p u n . - ?10 4 6 ' j - l NNGMobwl .." 35 1H* I B Nuclear Dat 12 9 3'n 0 Of (shore Co 6 989 16' j- l : Ohio Art .24 5 3 3's - '* OhioBrsl.40 10 i -16 - ': OhSealy .30 4 6 4' B - ' e )KCCp 1.60 3 16 20 - ' j OnLineSvs 5 7 10*4 · 3 a )nanCp.20e S 9 14 · '4 OkiePl2.42e 3zlOO 59 - 1 Origmala .. 1 4 OrioleHo.20 2 2 S 1 : · 'a ©SuMvan-SQ 3 7 S's- ' a OutdrSort 1 3 3 3 0;arkA .OSe 4 10 2 S B~- 'B P-Q PiF Indust 2 9 ? a '3C Cst Prp . 38 7-16 - 1-16 PGE6pfl.SO .. 1 18 PGEpfl.37 .. 6 IS'-s- 's PGESPf 1.25 .. I 14 - ' a PGRdpfl.25 .. 2 14 · '4 PG PfA 1.75 .. 1 13';- J» PG8.1pf2,04 . _ i 22^4 1 GE9pf2.25 .. 4 24'-4 'G7.8pfl.96 .. 3 20 7 a- ! -i PG94pF7.37 .. 3 26Vi PNwTell.12 9 4 13': 1 2 PallCp.l6e 7 2 13'a- ''4 Palomr Finl .. 1 1 -- 'B *alomar Ml- .. 13 1 - '-a 'anOcean 0 78 104 8 s i i 3 a Pandl Bradf .. 7 14- '-a Pantasote 3 5 3'.-i J araPk .I0a 2 1 P* arkCh.40a 4 1 5 ' g t t-a ParkEl.lOe 4 3 2 1 ? Parsons .45e 6 B U'-j - 'i Pa! Fashion 9 1 15-16 · '·* Patagonia 6 5 3'j- '4 PatoCG .60e 2 5 5 ' j Patrick Pet 6 30 7''s-- 'B Pease Ellm .. 12 2'; J easeEII wt .. 13 ''4 PennEng .60 4 1 7 · '-a PenRIE 1.15 6 7 9'n~ 'B PenobShoe .. 7 1 - '-a 'entron Ind .. 8 7-16 'epBoys 1 4 2 IP.-- '-4 Permaner 4 68 '* · l u 3 ertecCorp 6 7 2 ' a * ^ Phoenix Stl 3 40 4'%- 'B PICNP3 .036 4 1 3 ' " f l Piedlnd.lBe .. 1 PB . 'a PioncrPlas 3 4 2*3 Pionuer Svs . 3 'a -1-16 Pioneer Tex 3 3 2'--- ''a PitDeMo.BO 8 37 16 T s - 2 ^ 8 Plttway Ib 4 1 17'8 PlacD 1.703 3 1 I4 1 -': r i. 4 Planl Ind 4 5 4 - ' B Plantrnics 4 5 9's PlyGem.SIt 4 3 2'-4 f 'i PneuSca .SO 10:450 10'a-- J H 3 reum .20e 3 34 6'a- ''e Poloron Pd . 2 9-16 · 1-16 Prairie ON ' 8 29 3'-j-- '-i 3 rentHall 1 10 41 19'i 4 ' 7 3 resley Cos 6 6 2'* Preston .70 4 7 12 ] j PrimMt 20e 7 5 PJ I B PrpCT1.2BC . 6 8 7 ' a ( ' a PrdRIE .30e 2 9 P a - ' B PrudBdg .24 nc wl . . 1 ] i. 4 - i-s 'urepac Lb 7 10 3 S B-- ''i 3 ulnam .60a 5 3 9' / 4-' '-a Suebcor Ihc 5 1 7 - Hi R RanchrsEx 5 10 9'» + '» RangrOCan 34 14 14''.-- SB RapdAm wt .. 24 P?-- ' » Rath Pack il 11 3 JaymPr .40 9 10 12'a * 'u Reading Ind 11 1 Pa \\\ RT 2.08e 6 1 12'i ^EDMCp .. 10 P T - '·= Reeves Tele 23 9 m- 'a R e f r i g T r n s .. 5 2'' 4 !eitlFd.81e . , 7 2 RsitFp(4.3B .. 3 34': Ret Grp w! . 4 11-6 -1-16 ?em Ar .BO 6 1 B 3 4 ' T J RepHousng .. 7 Pa ' ' B RepMtln wt . 8 5-16 -1-16 Rep NY Cp 4 1 18B Pacific Closing Prices For Janua By E. F. Hurt on Co., One Alia Corn An;a Pac - . Suites G 0 Canada So. Pet. Ltd ChielConsol. Win. Co. . . . CreslmontOil DWG Corp Gen. Exp. Co Great Basin Pet Grl Basins Pel. Wrts G CHICAGO ( A P ) - A stro that farmers will plant mor lood and feed grains this ye a wide ranging In farm c tures on the Chicago Board day. At one or another time in limit decline was maintaine two pits. When the session soybeans were down 20 cents ttie third straight session board rules, Ihe Irading lim to 30 cenls. Corn fulures closed on th cents a bushel lower and cenls. Wheal futures touched 20 cents lower bul closed on along with soybean meal. So 75 points, coming off a 100 p dine, iced broilers were ' higher under late, shorl cove The government had ann ago it hoped farmers woult acreage to food and feed gr and the trade had expecte Two private surveys, howe there would be .7 per cent bean acreage this year and more in corn acres this year 1974. Prices in several pits ope its lower but there was about all months in every pi Gold futures opened a shat off a litile bit and closed w SS in a buying flurry at Ihe At the close, soybeans w cents a bushel lower, Janua was 7 to 10 lower, March were 2'i to 5 1 : lower, Mar wheat was 6 lower lo P; 3.79. Hay Mark LOS ANGELES (AP) grain hay market unchan arrivals: 4 wheat, 10 corn, 30 flour, 98 hav. Poultry E LOS ANGELES (AP) Egq prices unchanged. Po volume prices at ranch hens: 51,100 hd, delivered 7.25, weighted avg 5.90, at weighted avg 4.39; Roaste 36 per cent at 3-1 cents, undetermined. Citrus mar LOS ANGELES (AP) Citrus market: lemons an steady 'and unchanged. 0 steady. Cartons navels Ce 72s 4.755.00. Sunkist reports rei orange auction prices steady and higher. Sunkist First Grade J i69, 545 5.13, 72S 6.17. 80S 5 138s 4.J9, 163s 3.73. Dividend Period Rile IRREGUU BLC Growth ft . .11 KcvstCusI »r B-l .1! KeystoneCutf serK .13 Mcsabi Trust . 1.IIM7! per share. StudDVeStE«hFd .S) RESUMED GSC Enterprises .42 EXTRA Brenco Inc .IS INCREASE Unit Wo BflrtCshrs 30 REGULAR A.TO me 0 .us Baylcsi Markets Q .IS Caro Pipeline 0 II Dre'w'f "utff St"i W .10 FMelcor Int Q SS Grdinvi-i, WW G C?i Hollvnulic Corp 0 .10 Home Bewl A 9 .K Honw Bcntl B O B MailFncI BorxJFd , .30 Murphy. GC Co Q .30 Vlurphy MolFrLm 0 .OS Null N«luril G« 0 .H Revere. Paul hv .H Stale Mutual S« M M' Stale Mutual Set M .0!) Tnnilimart inc A 0 OS Union C a i b CaMdaO .71? sun ' tut i P-ElMlKkM CM: terisn'tj 'A _ fo t;«~ '* SeslAssuc" 8 7 i'a Rex Nor .141 .. 2 I'a' 'B R H M e d S v c 6 3 2 Rltrilotl .10e .. 3 1 - ' a RileyCo 4 12 II'?- '* RioAIgm I S O 23'*- 3 . RlilionM.Ji 3 2 6 ' ! - · ?obinteth 4 30 24's_ '. Goblin Ind 1 7 2 ' : Rockway SI 3 t 7'. Rocorfnl .20 6 1 5 ' ? Rogers Corp S 2 S ?ollins Inll . . 2 3 Rossmor Cp S 20 3 3 a -- '9 3ossmor 3 · .. 4 'a-- ' B Rowan .14 a 1 26'?-- ' j Rewind Int 6 166 I7in ^ RovBusn Fd .. 1 11-16 - ' a RovBchCol 3 2 1'n ! « RPSProd .. 3 2'v~ ' R5C Indust 7 19 2 Rudickpl.56 .. 5 4'n '4 Rusco Ind . 7 13-16 · 1-16 Russell .60 3 1 8 ' , - '. RuslCft .40 S 1 S'B- *', Ryan Ho .30 9 56 13 - SB RyersnHav 33 15 1 S S a f t r a n S v A 3 5 3 ' ? - ' StJohnsT .« 7 ? 18 - '-. Salem .271 6 6 4 J B-- '-j Sambos .lOe B 70 -- 'j 5Carol.46e .. 2 9'j SDieGpf.W s3 1 9 * H SDicG of.Bfl .. 1 B'a- '·* Sargent Ind S i PB- a 5ar9lpf2.!S ..zlOO 17^ · ^ Saundr L .20 5 3 3'* Schenut.60a 3 3 6 scliicklnc .. 4 Pa- '· Schiller Ind 7 12 2'%-- '-a Stgpe Ind "" B S Uig- J a SeatectrCo 4 3 I?B t l -j Seas All .ISe S 9 6*4- ** Sec Mtg Inv 1 IS I'-i-- '* SecMt In wt . 21 5-16 · 1-lfi Sec Plastics 3 2 2 3 i - '-a SclasCn .30 6 l S'i- '3 SellgLa ,60b 3 4 6''j- ] B Semteh.21t 4 4 3*a- '-a Servlsco .30 3 I 3 J 3 SG Sec .Sle .. 7 2 SG SepM.70 .. 10 12 Shawln.SOb 3 1 5 ShearHayS .. 2 2 3 a ShellRes.06 .. 16 l'u ShndCD .241 3 1 4 SnnandhOil 7 2 \t- ''a SnerwrJMed 5 33 IPs- 'i Showbot .80 4 1 e 1 : - ' a Slerrcin.20 i J 4'a · ^ Sigma .37t 4 10 3 J - 'i SikesCp.08 .. 1 2 ' a Silo IrK S 1 2 5 a- 'B SimoS.22b 6 2 3's- ''a Sim S ' 4 C H , SimDlei .15t 1 9 1 - '··. Soliiron.06 .. 24 l' B - '? Sonder Brdc 3 3 4 s s- '. Sorg Pa .40e Soundsn .iO SC 8.8PI 2.21 . SCEpfS.70 SC5.2pll.30 . SC4.!pf 1.06 . SouRoy.BBb 2 Specify Rest Spector .10e Spectro Ind SpencCo.32t . Spencr F .32 bid tontamr Std Metals S StdWolA .42 5 S StdShrs.dOr . SIThom .4Ba t Stange .70 1 Stanly Avia Slardusl Ic 1 StarSup .6Bb StatSvL .40b Steclml .203 Stepn Ch .44 Sterl Electr 3 SterlPre.lIt Stevcoknit S T P C P . 4 0 0 7 Strulh Wells 2f Sun E lee .60 SimshJ .Mb jUpSurg Mf Susnuhana ..a P SW Ind .BO Synalov .12t Snlex .40 1 System Eng . 3 5'?- J 3 7 4 ' : 7 16 '~ '·', 3 ll.- ;.i 5 3'S 1 Sji- 'i 2 2B- '. 13 4 - '-4 1 11H- ''i 43 I9'7 1 14^. 4 6H 1 ' B 2 !'·;' '-. 3 41-i- 'H 12 4'B 2 15'i. 'l 2 15-16 '1-16 i ,. H^i! 5 4'e- 'B l 'l 93,'_ '., 9 2 7 B ; ' B 662 3Pi ' P-. 6 l'B- '·» T Tastv B .90r 7 I 10'- ' '-e TcchclOpcr 3 1 3'«- 'H Techct Tape 3 12 3 * -1-16 Coast V 2», 1975 Occansatc Close .. .. 10': 2*8 1 5 2 3' = rain r ig possibility e acreage to ar influenced mmodity fu- of Trade to- ne session a J in at leal had ended, a bushel for and, under is extended limit of 10 jats lost S ' j the limit of a mixed tone rteari oil lost oint limit dei to 1 cent ng, unced weeks plan! more ins this year this move, er, indicated more in sov- 3.S per cent compared to ed with lim- dde in just e higher, (ell tti a gain of nal bell, ere 15 to 20 rv 5.81; corn 3.10't; oats ch 1.52-1 and igher, March et Alfalfa and ged. Carlo! 0 sorghum, : g« (FSMN) -- - Egg type at plant 5- ancti 3.5-5.5. rs 13,400 nd, 64 per cenl ket (F5WN) grapefruits anges about itral District resentatlve y size are K)s 4.03, 49s 35,11355.29, S Slk.ol Par- Record able R 1-16 11! 1-31 2-IS 131 MS I-JO 2-20 !-7 123 1 2 7 131 131 2-1) ) 3-10 44 3 H 331 131 1-10 3-14 4 1 1-7 3.10 1-31 Ml |.J» 214 ! !! }·» 1.30 111 !» JIO 2» 3-10 1-31 ?·:« !-3 J-l 1-11 Ml 1-31 MS J.3 MO S Dl !·! i ).JI J-17 S j'lO )l Excl Magellan Pel Horns Oil Co Pacific Gas T Penn. Eng. C Res. Oil Ga Schick Inc. Sibonev Corp Silver Dollar Sundance Oil Texas intern Trico Ind. West ales Po Zoecon Corp uarke Closing Boan CHICAGO ( the Chicago B 0 WHEAT War 3. May 1 Jul 3 Sep 3. Dec 3. CORN IS Mar . 3- Wav 3. Jul 3 Sep ?. Dec ) Mar I. OATS (S Mar 1. Hay 1 Jul Sep l DSC 1. SOYBEAN Jan 5. Mar · S May 6. Jul 6 Aug 6 SC-P 5 Nov 5 Jan 5 SOYBEAN Jan Mar 3 May Jul AU9 Sep Oct Dec SOYBEAN Jan Mar 1 May 1 Jul 1 S"P 1 del 1 Dec 1 Jan ICED BR Jan Mar May Jun Jul Aug Sep b-Bid: a-As Cash Grai CHICAGO winter 3SIn Corn No 2 y !bo). Oals N Soybeans Ho No 7 yello* 3.10'in (hopp Liv LOS AN Weekly feed ending Jan. last week' slaughter s ler steers' 51 W5-1050 Ibs. Ito 3V. CO, lo 37.00. All teedlot with Pr NEW YO Bndit refill ol 30 tmic ct equals 1001; Monday .. FrlcUy Week Aqo Monlh Aqo Year Ago 1WJ-7S Hign 1974. JS Low Tm WASHINGTC (ton of IW T dollars; Op*r Deposits ts Withdrawals Tddi debt Debt not iu GJIJ m?u Site Net . P E (M) CrlH CN. l«hnitrot 4 1 I'm TeleCom CD 3 8 3 ' » * '* Trtrfist^M 4 3 7'B Telex CD wi .. 3 1»t- 'B TennaCorp .. 3 l'i · '9 Teniwco*! .. M 3"! Tenney Eng 13 1 1 Tensor CP .. 5 I's ' e Teractyn Inc 4 11 6' TcrraC.lOe 4 107 !2'n- 's TnsofOPI wt .. 5? 7 -- '; TexaslntCo 7 m 7 ! ? - 'j Texsiar.17) 3 16 3'a T F I C o I n c 4 J P.. Tidweli ind .. 2 l 1 * Tiffany .70 3 1 3'a Tigerlnllwl .. 3 I 1 .- Timpte Ind 3 13 3 TMC M t g I n Si 5 5 TOkheim.20 13 12 6 ' a - ^B ToppsGu .20 J 1 J J s-- v i Town Cntry .. 4 2, -- 'a Tracor (nc 5 4 2'i TransPux .. 1 2 Trnspt Pool 3 22 6 3 f~ '4 Treadw-33t .. S 2 ... TriSIMtr .BO 4 2 B 3 a · ' B TubosM ,22e 11 7 ?H · a TurnrCl.M J 3 W; TwinFair In, 3 16 4 ! i U UIPCp.083 4 12 Pa- 'B UnA Pr .JOa 7 12 6 Un Asb ,07e 5 11 211-16 UnBrand w t . . 4 5 '3 UnCQSF .45 6 6 11 - 'a UDollrS.lOo .. 15 1 - '* Unit Foods 3 J Pa UnNalCp wt . 2 316 -H6 Un Nat wl n .. 33 'a U Nat CD Dl .. 1 3 1 .- · U USBanUSe B 1 B'4 U5F11lr.20 4 30 3? B USLsRl.BOe 5 H 7*8- ': US LsaR wl .. J M6 USNatRsrc 4 5 2'n US Reduct 1 2 64 14 · 3 4 USRbR .603 5 1 6 s n- "a UnitekCorp 5 B 8i · 'B Univ Contnr 14 9 11-li UnlvRs.OSe 10 28 5 UnivRun.28 i 3 5 UnivSav.32 12 7 5 ' '; URSCorp 4 J 2 ] 9 UtahldSu 1 9 3 UJi · 'y UVI^dwt .. 32 J ' e . ' 4 V Vall«5l.7M 5 1? J' H - ^ Vail In 3.206 5 65 15': Valley Mtal 10 95 3 - ^ Valmac.iOa 2 2 7 1 ;- '^ ValueLin D .. 11 P; VanOorn .36 3 I 5'9- ' a Varo Int 3 B 2'u Veecolns .32 5 2 B ; a Vcrnitron 4 7 2'n Viewlex . 3 9-16 · 1-16 VikingGenl 3 1 l'i Vikoa i n c . 6 1 . Voplex .68 J 5 6'i- ' e "w V/abMg.lOa 4 l 3's- ' a Wacknt.28b 5 2 S'a WainocoOil B 5 2 ! H t ' B WarCplC.05 .. 12 2'a WasPstB .50 6 1 19 - '-4 WashRll.28 12 13 \Va · 'a Watsco.OSe 5 7 3'a Wellco.lOe 3 1 2':- 't WestChP .72 B 2 B ' B - '·» Westals Ptl fl 338 4b · '·« Westbv Fsh . . 2 ' i Westn Decal 7 1 3^- '-a Wstn Fin .10 3 17 5 3 .-- ' a WstPac 1 wt . 13 13-16 1-16 Wstran .20a 7 259 31 1 '? · h WhilehalCp 3 6 H«- '9 Whiting .BO 5 2 9'-« 'u Whittakr wt . 10 ^ -1-16 Wichita Ind B 21 ? 3 B * 'B WillcoxG .12 3 S 2'7 WilshrO .05r 7 43 5'-* · '-i Winklmn.50 4 1 6 Wood In .301 14 1 4'n- i'a Wool LI -OBe 5 2 11-16 -1-16 Wrighl Har .. 50 T« W T C A i r . I O 4 5 2^ WUI Inc .40 4 19 9i? · IB WyleLab.20 4 30 3 3 - r n Wynnlntl 3 B S'a WymBn.SO 7 11 9 - ^ X-Y-Z- YOOHOO.OSO i 3 1'u- ' 3 Zero Mf .10e 5 il 5 ' ' a ?immr Horn .. a 2'i- 'B Total Sales. . . . . 1.670,000 Sales Year Ago . . 2,723,J55 lange Corp. ... . 1 ·· 4 rans. C o . . . . 9 orp : -''". B Co. . . .' 5 Win. Co 3'fe Co. 12' s at. Pet. Corp. . . . 7 1 . roleum -1 ! ^ IT t of Trade Table P) - Futures trading on oard of Trade Monday: Prev pen High Low Close Close 5,000 bul 70 3.79 3.64 3.78 3.81 S8 377 3.60 3.76 3.79 1 . 60 3.70 3.51' i 3. 70 3.68'i 0 3.76 3.59 3.7J 3.76 77 336 3.70 v3.86 3.86 000 bul 0'. 3.10'. 3.10'i 3.10 = 3.20'a T, 3.13'-. 3.1?'i 3.1!'. 3.22'i ', 3.1!'.' J.IP? 3.11 J 3.!) 1 : 3' 7 !.« H3 1 .· !.93 .· 3.03' i 70 2.70 2.61' .- ? 6 6 ; !.74' : 71 3.73 I.69 1 -: 2.72 .- 2.79' r 000 bu) SO 1.53 U9 1521. 1.55 4 6 ' ! 1.50 1.46 !.»'. 1.5! 43 1.45 ; : I.42J ( 1.45 ? 1.48 J 371, 1.37". 1.36 1.34 l 1.4! 44 1.45'.' l.42 3 « 1.45'; 1.48 S (5,000 bul 81 5.83 5.81 5.81 6.01 93'j 5.93'. 5.93'. 5.93'. 6.13'i 05 6.05 6.04'; 6.04 ; 6.!4'; 10': 6.13 6.10'; 6.10'; i.30 1 ; 08' .-6.12 6.08';6.09 6.28'; 83': 5.85 5.8!'. 5.84 6.02'-. 77 5.84 S.74 5.79 5.94 8! S.9D 5.80 5.85 6.00 OIL 160,000 Ibsl 9.40 30.00 !9.!5 29.68 19.75 9.35 ?9.60 29.35 29.50 30.35 8 60 28.80 28.43 28.80 29.43 765 28.05 27.45 27.90 28.65 7 00 !7.I5 26.73 !7.10 27.73 6.!0 26.25 !5.75 !6.15 2 6 7 5 5.10 !5.25 24.65 2525 25.70 J.05 2450 23.85 24.10 2460 MEAL {100 Ions) 3.00 11900 113.00 119.00 11550 9.00 121.50 116.20 120.50 120.20 5.00 127.50 122.00 127.00 126.80 0.50 132.50 127.50 132.00 132.30 2.00 134.00 128.50 133.50 131.00 6.00 137.00 132.00 137.00 139.00 6.50 137.00 135.50 136.00 110.00 9.00 143.00 137.50 142.00 142.00 1.00 141.50 139.00 141.00 14J.50 OILERS 121,000 Its) 0.75 11.75 40.75 41.50 40.25 8 55 39.20 38.35 39.20 33.52 8.80 39.50 38.65 39.50 38.95 9.50 48.20 39.50 40.20 39.80 000 10.40 3975 40.40 39.90 9.75 40.00 39.65 4000 39.75 ed; n-Nominal. AP) - wheat No 2 bard \ondav; No 2 soil red 3.65n. low 3.05'. n (hopoerl 3.02'. n o 2 extra neavy w h t e U2n. 1 yellow 5.79'-.n. corn Friday was quoted at r| 3.02 1 . (box). ^stock sales SELES (AP) (FSWIN) - ot and range sales week 17, 1975: compared with close limited sales of eers about steady. Slaugh- X mixed good and choice 41.00, 400 mostly good 10SO ad good W50 Ib Holstelns or current delivery i.ob. 4 per cent shrink. ice index RK (UPI) - Dun daily weighted price inrk-i mmodities (1930 3? averag'? 564?! 56904 57363 S8«.54 55518 63443 49301 isury report )N (AP) -. Tilt taih 00!i rtawry on Jan. 16, 1975 In 1,145,000.600 al year July 1 «S,967,000,X» f leal year July 1 197,9(0,000.000 biett to statutory limit ,m,ooo.ooo ll.7l2.OuO.OW "" l, 171000.8% f*^ wnere uoes.uu^uctgj-x n so? Odds are it's wasted PORTER . " · ; . . . J / - By SYLVIA PORTER ' : - Now thai the highest levels of policy-makers in (3) Another real - not phony at all -energy saver Washington are concerned with giving you incentives is pulling on your sweater instead of nickl " " p TM; to spur you into spending money for maximum insula- heat. For every degree under 7o that yot i Keep · your., tion of your home in order to slash your use of energy temperature you save from 3 to 10 per cent, says me, for home heating and cooling, the odds are the best National Bureau of Standards . - .. ever that millions of you will start at last to plug this (4) As for hot water by this time you should (know,, biggest of all holes in your energy budget. that you can wash clothes m cold water with proper. But this still won't mean that you have learned the modem detergents. Most hot-water heaters- are setter, key conservation steps to save the most fuel and 140 or 150 degrees, and because this is so hot, you may, monev during this period when we are preparing think you are sterilizing your dishes, but you are noi.. ourselves for the worst of developments (while paying Sterilizing takes 180 degrees for two minutes and since, lip-service to the best). this isn't practical in your home, you might just as wen, So here's another of my quick Energy Quotient cut back to 120 degrees. That's quite adequate for. quizzes to help you test your own "E.Q." - and go on baths, clothes and dishes and you can save 20 to - 2 5 pe£ from there on your own: cent of thc dollars gobbled up by your second biggest, Q. Next to home healing, what's the second biggest energy user. / , user of energy in your house? Many O f t (, e major moves you can make to con- Q. Is it true or is it false thai turning down the scrye energy anf j save whopping sums of money even heat overnight with a clock thermostat just means your j n a sin g ]e year you must ma k e on your own. No furnace has to work overtime in the morning to catch energy po ii c i n g agent is going to enter your own home- up' 1 to ma ke sure your hot-water faucets aren't leaking, for Q. How much fuel do you honestly save for every i nstance or to cheek whether you pull the window degree below 75 that you keep your home temperature? draperies at night to keep the heat in and again during. Be specific. thc brightest daylight hours, to keep the heat out. Q. Is it true or false that you have to have real hot . ,,,,*;,,,,·= water - say, 150 degrees - to wash clothes and dishes So for your own benefit as well as your nation s c!ean o don't let your hot water faucets leak: a drip that fills a Here are the answers: . cup in 10 minutes wastes 3,000 gallons in a year fl) The second biggest user of energy in your house If you have a' forced-air furnace, keep the tei is your water heater. It uses 13 per cent of all home clean. You can get an inexpensive device called a filtei. energy according to the authoritative "Homebuilding flag that tells you when thc air flow is clogged and the Business." f Her needs to be cleaned or replaced. . .:::. ( (2) You are wrong if you think that turning down 0) . can put an e i ectron j c a j r cleaner, which: the thermostat at night and up in the morning doesn t uges about as much e i ectr icity as a light bulb, right in save- any fuel just because the furnace has to , run (he duct W0| . k to {i | ter out most of t h c dust and pollen longer to warm up a cold house Honeywell studies wit h 0 ut blocking-air flow, show the opposite. Weather records for -10 years from various parts of the U.S. were fed into a computer Home heating is indeed the biggest dram on your along with test data on a house in Minneapolis occupied energy pocketbook. A mere four inches of insulation in by a family of four. The results showed conclusively the walls and six overhead can cut your fuel require- · that a clock-thermostat saves from 5 to 16 per cent of ments in half compared with a poorly insulated house, winter fuel bills, depending on where your home is And storm or double-pane windows can cut your loss of located and whether you set back the thermostat 5 or heat through glass by 50 per cent. The guides are 10 degrees. simple. You can only gain by using them. DO\* NEW YO averages: Monday Friday Week Ago . . . Month Ago.. . Year Ago . . . : 1974-75 High . 1974-75 Low . . 1973 High . . . 1973 Low RK (UPI) 30 Indus. 647.45 + 2.82 AVERAGES Dow Jones closing stock 20 Transp. 15 titils. 153.31 1.31 77.23 .32 644.63 --11.11 154.62 --1.39 654.18 - 4.61 152.45 -- .74 589.64 -- 8.84 139.28 -1.66 854.63 -- .84 189.34 -- -27 891.66 202.45 577.60 125.93 1051.70 228.10 788.31 151.97 77.55 - .42 77.84 - .06 66.05 - .38 92.95 + f.06 95.07 57.93 120.72 84.42 STANDARD POOR INDEX NEW YORK (UPI) Standard Poor's closing stock indexes (1MH3 average equals 10): 425 Indus. 15 Rails 60 Utils. 500 Stocks ' Monday 78.71 37.14 38.09 7 1 . 0 8 : ; Friday 78.54 37.54 38.17 70.96 ' · : Week Ago 80.17 37.12 38.36 72.31 , · Month Ago 75.53 34.92 32.30 65.96 Year Ago 106.37 43.69 48.43 95.40 ' 1074-75 High .. 111.65 47.36 49.44 99.80. 1974-75 Low . . . . 69.53 29.38 29.37 62.28 . BaiikAmerica profit record RECESSION BLAMED SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) suits of both domestic and FOR BANK FAILURE -- BankAmerica Corp. set international activities ac- ; a record $256.6 million in counted for the earnings NEW YORK (upl) _ c o u n t s automatically earnings, deposits and re- increase Chemical Bank, which transferred to Chemical sources in 1974, it was an- Consolidated income be- (ook Qver Securjt Nati(m . at no loss nounccd Monday. tore securities trans ac- a , Bank as it verged on chemical Bank, the na- Prcsident A.W. Clausen tions during 1974 rose 17 collapsei Monday blamed t ion's seventh largest with said improved overall re- per cent or $3. 2 per share / t h c rccession and the assets of $21.5 billion as of INV INVESTING COMPANIES NEW Y O R K ! A P ) -Thc following Quotations, supplied by the National Association of Securilies Dealers, Inc.. are !no prices al which those securities could h-we been sold (net asset value) or bought (value plus sales charge) Monday. Sell Buy AGE Fnd 3.60 3.67 Adm Grt 3.11 3-Jl Adm Inc 1.90 3.18 Arjrn Ins 5.81 6.37 Advises 3.ifl 3.69 Aelna F i.24 5.73 Aetna Shr n. 1712.21 Afuture F 5.03 N.L. AIIAm Fd .31 .34 Allstate 7.04 7.57 Alpha 3.03 3.77 Amcap 3.22 3.52 Am Birth 98710.85 Am Diver unavail Am Eqitv 3.3 1 ) 3.72 Amer Express: Capi! i 39 1.30 Incme 7.03 7.74 invest 6.09 666 Spec! 4.19 J.58 Stock 5.13 5.61 Am Grth 363 3 9 7 Am Insln 3.64 3.98 Am Invs 3 5 7 N.L. Am V.utl 6.70 7.33 AmN Gth 1.72 1.88 Anchor Group: Daily 1.00 H.L. Grwth J.M 5.47 Incme 5.93 6.» Rosrv 100511.01 Spectr 2.99 3.2S Fd Inv 51! 560 Wash N 7.44 8.18 Audax Fd 4.60 5.03 A«e HOughlon: Fnd A 3.98 J.33 Fnd B 5.98 650 Stock 4.70 5.14 BLC Grth 7.1? 7.79 Babson 766 H.L Bayrk Fd 4.40 i 81 8ayr* Gr 3.S9 3.9? Beacn Mil 6.52 N.L. Beacn In 7.64 N.L Bert Gth 2.39 2.61 BndFd A 138915 18 Bonds!* 3.50 3.83 Boil Fdn 708 7.74 Brwn Fd 2 19 ?.26 Burnh Fd 7 62 N.L. Calvin Bullock: Bulk* 9 2210.10 Camjn 831 9.10 Divid 7.38 2 6 1 NatW S 7.70 8 43 NY Vnl 8-25 9.03 CG Fund 6.79 7.34 CG incm 7.4? a.W Cap Pres 9i,06 N.L. Centry Sh 6.47 9.26 Chall ,lrw 7.15 7.6i , Amer ' U . 9 3 I.C2 Bafan 7.54 8 24 Bond 7.52 S 27 £o Grt S 32 5 70 Eg Pro 1 88 J.05 Fd Am 5.15 5.63 Grwth 3 2 5 3.55 Ittcsm 5 47 S.9B Prov 2.9S 3.2? Soeel 1 09 1 19 Vent 4 9 5 5.41 Cnart Fd 1 7* fl.4i Chase Gr Boi- Fund 4 75 S 19 Frt Cap ).W 3 34 SnrhIO 5 36 5.B4 Sped J OS t 43 Chi-micl 6 JO 6 W CHA Mgemi Fdv Knic F 4.51 4.95 Kmc G 4.47 S 17 Liby Fd 3 }t J.Sl V.an Fd ?.)7 7 3 7 Sfhint 4.86 5.31 Colonial: Crwrl 7 6 7 801 fquty 1 81 2 .00 ^unn 7 Jfl 8 M Gry,lh 3 87 4 1 7 Incom 7 6 7 8.S5 Vf'fit 1 6fl 1 fli Coiti^Grtt) 8.95 N.L Cwiffi" AB ".T3"'}"9 Cwllh C 1 09 1 If Co^n Of ' 0? ( 3* Comp Cfl 3 6 7 ).97 Comp (W 701 7.4J Como Fd S.91 6 4 7 Concord 6.4S N L Wii inv MS UJ Contttl G 4 0 4 H L Cofit Mul S M N L Clfy CAP 89S «M Cm WOiv 4.47 4 0 9 Cm WOal 4 M io« Dallas Fd J (0 Oflvor Fd I9S N.I d»\9h ISSS N.L Dciawfl'f Group VS ESTMEP Monday's Q Deeat 8.71 8 9 7 DPlaw 7.32 8.00 Delta 3.02 3.30 Dlr Cap 3.U 3-» Dodg Cot 11.19 N.L. 3rexol 7.3S N.L. Dreyfus Grp: Dreyl fl.4? 9.23 Equit 3.09 3.29 Levge 10.5911. 6t Liqu As 10.01 N.L. Sol Inc 6.17 6.76 Third C 7,36 8.07 EE Td 2.46 N.L. Eagle Gr S.65 6.19 EatonA Howard: Balan 7.00 7.6S Grwlh 6 5 2 7 13 Incom 5.06 5.53 Specl i.29 i.69 Stock 7.46 B.I5 ED1E SD! 12.36 N.L. Igret Fd B.I7 B.8S -Ifun Tr 9 7-1 Energy 9.42 N.L Parm Bu 6 J3 N.L. Bond 8.U 8.90 Capit 6.72 6.BO Contfd 7.33 . Conv 5.99 Daily 1 1 .00 N.L. Dstny 5.?3 . Essex S 29 E v r s t 9.09 9.93 Fidel 11.4312.J9 Purttn 7.91 8.64 Salem 2.7i 2.99 Trend 14.J715.16 Financial Prog: Dyna 7.75 N.L. Indust 2.87 N.L. Incom 5.07 H.L. Vent 2.58 N.L. FstFd Va 7.97 8.71 Fsl Investor. Disco 3. IS 3.48 Grwth 4.86 5.33 Incom 6.32 6.93 Stock 5 7 2 6 2 7 FsIMII A 6.43 N.L. Fleming Berger: Flem B 6 4 9 100 Fd 6.29 101 Fd 6.45 Fnd Gth 3.37 3-68 Founders Grouo Grwlh 360 3.93 Incom 9 5710.44 Mutal 6.43 7.08 Sped 7.86 B.59 Foursa 5 9 6 N L. Franklin Group: DHTC 4.7B 5 2 4 Grwlh 4 44 4.87 UliK 3 4 3 37fi IncCTi 1.50 1-64 US Gov 9.M1028 Cam* 4.49 5.14 Enuil 1.70 2.96 F r k l n Lfe 7 3 4 3.02 FdF Dot) 5.91 N.L. Fund lie Grp: Comm 4.41 7.01 Impac 5 8 0 6.34 Ind Trd 7.72 8.M Pilot S.6 630 Galewv 176 J.09 GE SI S 19.95 Gen Sec S.27 N L GrthFd A 3 17 3 46 Grth Ind 12.2S N.L Guard '.\ 1900 N L Hamilton' F HDA 2.9J 3.22 Grwlh 401 i 38 Incom S.17 5.6S Hart Gth 7.23 N L. H.irf Lew 5.92 N.L. HedfK' 5.21 - Herilge 85 Mor Wan 12 S2U.S4 ISl Group: Grwln 404 1 42 Incom J.76 4 11 Trui sh 1 4 2 5 1 5 5 7 Trui un 3.A6 imp Cap 6 46 7 06 Imp Gtti S 3 7 5.87 IncF Am Il.lJD.JJ Inc Boil S 10 5 59 Industry 1 76 INTGN 4» 70? in lwit U 781S65 Inver Glfi 4 V, N I. ICA 9 5 4 1 0 4 1 inv Guid 4 8 7 N,L Inv Indit 1.;e N-L In vtA Bm SCO 8 71 Inv Counitl. Cawn s;s AS', Cflpjt S 3 S? J W Irivfstort Group IDS mil a?»").S7 Mull 7 09 Ml PfM 7 75 : « VAf Pv l'.79 5,71 inv Rnh 407 i.K UIH 11 ?41(|! Ivy SO? M L JP GrthF 7.0J 768 Jrtnm T 1140 N.L (Win 1 51 i vC VT TRU notations Siqnat 6.5S 7.12 Johniln 15.29 N.L. Keystone Funds: Apollo 2.70 2.96 Cus Bl 16.91 17.69 Cui 82 16,3517.92 CUS B4 6.77 7.41 Cus Kl 5.84 6.40 Cus K2 3.77 403 Cus 51 14.3415. 71 Cus S2 6.65 7.29 Cui S3 5.10 5.58 Cus 54 2 22 2 43 Polar 2.20 2.41 Land Gth 5.08 5.55 _D Edie 10.9311.69 Lexington Grp: CP Ldr 10.6411.78 Lex Gr J.35 4.75 Lex Rh 9.9810.91 S.J2 5.' 'sb3l. ·Otoloomis Sayles: Caoit 7.49 N.L. Mof 10.20 N L. Lord Abbeti- Affilld 5.45 5.90 A Bus 2.51 2.72 Bnd Db 3.33 9.10 Lutheran Bro: Fund 7.65 836 ncom 7 9 1 £ 64 US Gov 10.0010.93 .lassachusett Co: Freed 6.16 6.77 indep 5.61 6.15 Mass flSO 9.37 Mass Financl: MIT 7 79 8 51 '.',IG 7.2S 7.V3 MID 10. 9912.01 MFD 3.41 9.19 MCD 9.3510.22 .laics !.20 N.L. .'.athers 6.80 N.L. '.Md AW 3.58 3.91 '.'.on Mkt 1.00 N.L. VONY F 7 0 7 7.73 ASB Fd 9 99 N.L ,iut Ben ; 6 47 7 09 MIF Fd - 6 10 6.59 .11F Gth 2 5 7 2 72 ,\uiualof Omaha: Amer 11.4111 S3 Grwth 350 3.30 Incom 7.12 7.74 ;,u! Shrs 16.42 N.L ·lut Trst ! 74 N L JEA Mut 66B Natl Ind 4.83 N.L, Jat Secur Ser- Bdian 6,29 6.93 Bond 3.90 4 2 6 Divitf 2.B7 3.08 Grwth 3.99 1.36 Pt 5tk 4.91 5 37 Incom 390 i 76 Stock 5 4 3 S v 3 NE Life FunO- Equit il 6012 83 Gr*in 4 30 6 85 Incom 12.9314 05 Side 9 . 8 5 t 0 7 1 fjeuw Cet 4 13 N L Neuw Fd 6.33 ti L New Per 11.071210 Mew V/fd S.J5 9 7 3 Newton 8 99 9 82 Nichli Fd 8 35 N.L. Noreast 1296 N.L Omega 6.30 6 4 ? One WmS II 15 Fi L ONcill Fd 10 45 N L- Oppenheimer Fd: Oppcn 4 73 5 1 7 OPP MO 9 6 1 AIM 6 » 7.10 Time 3 6 3 3 9 7 UTC Sec 8.32 9 0 4 Param M 5 17 5 6 5 Payl Rvr 4 56 4 98 Pegas Fd 2.3' 3 17 Penn Sd 5 79 N I Penn M u I 4 N L Phila 4 7 3 5 IB Phoe Cap 6 BJ 7 43 vMgrim Gro; P.lg FS 9 1 7 9 ,4 P'lQ Fd S 03 550 Mat) C 7 M N L Mas (n 7.75 7.92 Piw SI 8 30 N L Pioructr Fund Fund 9 1910.04 H J.JO 7 9* Plan !nv 8 6 S * 4 0 Plinth UHrlVrlf Pritc Fundi C-rwth ?i! M.L Incom 9.37 N L N Era 814 N L N Honr 4 9 ? N l Pro Fund 430 N.L Prov Glh S65 6 1 Pru SIP tj) ;0) Putnflm Fundi: Cenv B » y Si fittuit A O J 4 f Gwro l.Mlfl-vl Gfwth · 7 tt t o Incom 4.ft j.v IftVM! S ;? 6 ? V4v*g U) N Rtwrvo 1 m h i [Rfvpf* i ff) i»j STS alee Eql 5.54 6.04 afec Gth 4.20 4.59 Scutfder Funds: Inl inv 10.94 N.L. Sot-el 16.33 N.L. Balan 11.47 N.L. Com St 6.54 N.L. Man Rs 10.03 N.L. bd Levr 3.89 4 2 4 ocurity Funds: Equty 2.47 2.71 Invest 5.01 5.49 Ultra 4.62 5.04 elected Funds' Sel Am 5.37 N L. Sel OPP i.27 M.L. Sel Sp! 10.51 N.L. Sent Gth 6.69 7.27 Senlry F 9.21 10.01 nareholders Gp: Cmstk 3.04 3 32 Entrp 3.96 4.33 Ret Fd 3.26 3.56 Harbr 6.3? 6.9§ Legal 5.12 5,60 P,Ke 4 12 6.69 psychological impact of last Sept. 30, took over, an earlier bank failure for Security National Bank. S e c u r i t y ' s surprise de- after the U.S. Comptroller; misc. of the Currency certified . The % branches which t h a t "an emergency Security National Bank exists which threatens the had operated in New York survival of the bank." City and Long Island The office of the Comp- . opened as usual Monday troller of the Currency . for regular transactions indicated that the prob- after being absorbed Sun- lems of Security National, day by Chemical. Person- and of the Franklin Nanel wore blue and white tional Bank of Franklin buttons proclaiming "Wei- Square, N.Y., which fold- come to Chemical Bank." ed last October, \vere iso- Security National Bank lated and not symptomat- customers had their ac- ic of banking trouble. heJrson Funds: Incom IS 1016.50 invest 7.05 7.70 herm D 11 64 N I . ide Fd 6.52 N.L. igma Funds: Capit 484 5.29 Invest 7.2? 79i Trust 6 30 6 8 9 Vent j 76 5.20 8 Edty 7.40 N.L. B liGr 831 N.L. oGen Int 8.9? 9.34 w irws 5.33 574 win G! 360 3.39 over Inv 8.40 9.20 pectra F 2,85 N L. P Into 4.46 N.L. 'ale BondGr Com F 2.99 3.2? Div Fd J.48 3.80 Prog F 2.37 3,14 tFrm Gt 3.42 N.L Frm In 7 39 N L late SI 30.i730.iM leadman Funds: Am Ind 209 N.L. Asso F .91 N L. Invest .96 H.L. Ocean 5.BS N.L. tfcin Rod Fds: Balan 13.72 N.L. Cap 0 5,71 N.L Stock 9.21 N L. upervisd Iny. Grwth 4 28 J 69 Ircom 6.SS 7.18 Kemp 10.371! 03 Sumit S.47 5-99 Tuch 4 78 S 24 urvev F 6.70 7.32 emo Gt 6 6 5 7.23 f-mo Inv 1,000 N.L r?is Cap 6.11 6 6 4 rav Eo 7.59 3 32 tidr Hed 564 N.L. wnC Gl 1.79 N.L. wnC Ire 3 10 N L *en Fiv 4 75 N L- USAA Gt 5 U N L US GovSe 9.47 9 6 1 USLIFE Funds- Ape« 2.71 2.v7 Brflan 460 722 ComSt 9.1710.05 Unit Mut unavai UmfL-nd S 15 5 6 3 Union Svc Grp Broad 89! 9.74 Nril inv 465 S O B U CdP 4.03 6 W Union 1 0 7 2 1 1 . 1 7 A c c m l.ii 5 08 Bond 6 62 7 25 Con Gr 4 S7 ' 70 Con IfK 7 10 7 73 Incom ,1 49 9 41 Scicn 4 If 1.72 Vang ] 73 J OS Ur,,t Svcs 36* N L. V A l W Liny Fd Vrtl Li 4 1 7 4 5 7 incom J 44 J n Lev Grt J 39 4 81 SPI Sit MO 730 Irtvcil 5 ]7 5 37 Comm ) 95 5 4l Swd i H "» V^ndrbl J 3 S 3 5 ' VMntg T N 4 64 Varln P I.4i 7 W. ViliM ( U N I WAllSt G 440 181 A.uh U 9 4 7 1 0 3 5 Woinq tq 7 17 N L WHImqln Group CiDlr 17.M1406 IvcM J M S M Truil ? 78 7 9 6 Wcllsl 10 H U OS Wclltn 7 9 4 IM WfM B 9.1710W WmtJr i 71 6 » Wril Ind 1 64 1 8 WrUI Grt SOO U) W.ic Fd Hi 471 ;,o)'rr Mi S » N I No lOfld f w f t v chflrorl Financial Broadcaster ED HART says "1975 -- A YEAR WHICH WILL GO DOWN IN FINANCIAL HISTORY" -- and you don't want to go down with it!! Come hear in person what this award- winning commentator sees ahead for stocks, gold and silver, interest rates, your job, tax shelters, real estate. An evening you won't forget! Priceless information spiced with beliy laughs from the "Trading Floor Cynic". ' : (NO TAPE R E C O R D E R S ALLOWED.) ED HART A rare opportunity fo meef him and (isfen fo his Forecast Seminar . . . 7:30 P.M., Wednesday January 29, 1975 Royal Inn of Anaheim 1855 S. Harbor (near Katella) FREE PARKING Tickets: S15.00 each - no cancellations. 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