Independent from Long Beach, California on January 22, 1975 · Page 29
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Teilooelix: s H , i Thermal Power 19'-s 20 TIME OC. 30 4 ' j i v Tom Brown Inc 17 U J TranKOCOJM 7 7 Transoce.tn t)ll I0t II , Trianon Corp IS i Tried Prod la »') J , tridair Indust 1 , United Como Cp 1 US Bancorp 1 17 U US EduitMl .4ke ( j . vagabond Motel i't t ' van« o« .n ' i , VanicrOrjphic l 3'" j Vllun« irKJu*! · / 'KCT 1 .?. . . WsltirKSl fi , W»n» Inc 4'i , WarnrEIBrk.70 . j'i {' , WaihNolGll.M 9'i 10- WavcKt , } ) WttltttrlrdRV J 1 1 j , WteoVriliCo 4'! i , WeiiernftMr 30 J'l t 1 i w«slernf »c Fin n I 1 BlumrCMI .«H 41' i 4h , wham OMU '· ; , Wtntorp 10 S' . ' , ZKX4UIMK .M 'i IS ' t.^ Wn IM MIMllOM d* oe6pti.io .. s !;»·-·'* GE 011.37 .. 4 IS** 'J ORdpfljS 1 14 84Jp(l 13 .. 2 I24» l| ·«92l)t33J I 7J'/4 ?e W4. .1 i S. 14, t57.lp(l.94 .. SJI 1 *' '« E8pl2 .. 1 21'* t J, i8.2pi7.QS .. 1 22*ii 4 IB I9.4PI237 .. 22o"4 iOCi -il !K i 5 _ 'S NwTell.12 9 9 I3»»- 1 IICp.l6e 7 3 IS 1 ?- -i* atomrFinl ., J 1 lomar Ml 4 I'i4 IB anOceanO 81 254 B'* t * ndl Bradt .. 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Soybean TC limit of 100 points, or 1 while, soybean meal rose *· utures gained IS 1 : cents, nor) o( d limit and oals n ced broiler prices were m ent a pound lower ,to »'? ce session of very slow trade Hay Mar LOS ANGELES (AP) Alfalfa and grain hay m and unchanged. Cartot wheat, 5 (tour, 7 corn, $ hay. Poultry LOS ANGELES (UPI) Darrv market: Poultrv: Egg-tvpe hen 5-7 1-? wtd avg 5.94, {rarw wtd avg 4.89; roasters 29 c 7) per cent undetermined. Dividenc Pe ntHl Rat IRREGUL* Consult Mut Inv . .16 REDUCE iurlington Ind . .30 STOCK San Fernando Etc . 5pc INCREASE Oenlsplv intl . .70 REGULA Am Underwriters Q .07 BunkerHill IncomeM .16 Burllnglon North Q .42 ; erro Corp Q .35 : reedom Fund . . .01 lesston Corp Q .1C Indiana Gas Q .5( lowa Pub Svc Q .38 Jorgensen. EM Q J7 Kentucky Util 0 .43 Kresge, 55 Q -.05 Lippfncotl, JB - Q .05 MassMul Incolnv M .09 Mereidilh Corp Q · .17 Mountain Sta Fncl 0 .ft 'ayLess OStrsNw Q .0] 3 neumo Corp . . ;n dn Fernando Elec . .!( iimpson Indust Q .2! Stauffer Chem Q .SS Superior Oil . Q .35 Pacific C Exchan Closing Prkes h)r Jan. By M. S. Walker S One oceangat? AlzaCorp AniaPac Avco Community Dev. Inc . But1esG 0 : ChielConaol. Win. Co Crestmont Oil -- OWGCorp Exeter Oil Co. "A" Gen. Exp. Co Gol. Corp. Cum. Cwv. Vol. P Great Basin Pel Grt Basins Pel. Wrls Louisiana Pac. Res Magellan Pel. Corn NorrisdilCo Pacilic Gas Trans. Co. ..... Penn. Eng. Corp WOII Co. Inc. Sundance Oil Co Texas Internal. Pel. Core. Trlcolnd Ulster Petroleum Ltd United Canso 0. i G. Ltd. . Wcslales Petroleum ZeconCorp Most active STOCKS IN THE S NEW YORK (API- Sale and net change of Ilie ( live sleeks traded on the change. Kresge SS 6t!,0 Southern Co JIW MidSouUI 16 intTelTel 144,1 FedNai Mlg I'U Am TtllTei 134.} Soerry find 110,0 OenTeliEl ... IK Polaroid .... 101,7 Con Frshl IOU Weslgh El 10 Va ElPo* lO' Texaco Inc 9S,1 RCA . . . . 19,7 Pliier au Price hu HEWVOSKWPIl-C Brxhlrtct'i dilly WCWIK ol X bask commodilki (1 couaK )OC)i Tuwdtv Mondov I Ml S4ftr*iSvA I al«m.7rl I samtws.lOe 1 SClrtol 44e DWOI9.B4 i nUi* fj \ arjentlnd S Saturn Air* 3 mfi. -s ScOMlnd B Scrlvner JZ 1 Sealeclr Cp 4 Seas All .ISj S S4X Wig Inv ! SecMI In «i ec Plastics j eligm Asso .. IflHtJ Mtl 3 cmlch .711 ervo Corn 1 w.-sr '4 s SO Sec .Sle .. haer'Snoe 1 hawln .5«b hearHayS .. heltRes.M .. nnd Cp .741 3 StmandhOil 7 hnOplUS .. ir*r»dM«J S hopwell In 1 Showbol .10 4 ierrcln .» 6 Sigma J7I 4 Silo Inc s Sim Sch .lOe S Simplex .ISI 11 Sky City .771 3 SMD Ind 4 Solitron.06 .. Sorg Pa .40e J pOundsn .40 3 SoeslCa.SOa ID SCE pfB.96 .. fcffl'7b !1 ·' SC5.8pfU$ .. SC5.!pt1.30 .. SC.4Jpfl.OB .. SouRov/ .sib Jl iSSP tnd .74 3 £tJAIIianc 1 3 Sid Conlainr 1 Std Metals StdMotA .JJ Std Prod 1 S StThom .483 6 Slanged 18 Stanly Avia 8 StdtSvL .iCo , Steel mt .1t)a Sterl Electr 3 SterlPre.tlt J STPCp.«e 75 itruth Wells 7P Sun Elec ,iO 5 Sunair.l7e i SunshJ .Mb 5 SupFdSv ,M i Sup Surg Mt 4 iustjuhana Susauhan pf .. SutrMtg wt . 5W Ind .80 ? Svnalov .l?t 3 Syntev .^0 13 SvslemEng .. HB KM KiKlM dn; i a ·* 175 fit '1 19 94 i, ISO «'4»2'. J. r ,.., I'l- '« 1 ' J 4 't E 5"._ ', 1 14'«- 1.4 6H 2'4 7 7 - "4 S3 l'i ·,-.V:" 5 "h · - 5 B'i- ^ IflTl; 1*B j'i * ^ 2! k "S f,: S 37 1i 4''4 4 'i n 1414- 'i « 20'i- li 10 11't l ·'» .2 2 - ' a 3 «'i 5-Sil" 1 ? HiT 1 .', 10 2 I R/., 34 I't 2 5H. '* t It* '1 1 6*'4 . ',4 i»9 .1') 3 24'; 4 '% 4 94 '.'4 T 31 8 li » *ii 3 16"it 4 1 12 s * 15! 47'!»1"4 1 I0"i-"'i . 3 2'a 14 4 J ( t "4 J .ft" " 13 19^ 1 141* 'i 7 S. 4 i*- 'i 17 fi J 13-16 -- 'B II 7"! 3 4'i- 'i) 3 5'i 4 ', 11 11 .f r-. 1 : 3 6i- 'I 3 5 . '» 7 11 2 7-lfi -l-ifi 1 10 . 'i IS 3 - ' a 510 3|i»_ i, 14 Pa- ' a T Tastv 0 .Wr 7 Tech Sym 31 Techd Oter 3 Techct Tape 4 Technilrol t Teion R .20a 13 Telefltx .Mt 4 TelenCpwt .. Tenna Corp :. Tennecowl .. TennFS .0e 1 Tenney Ens 11 Tensor Cp Teradyn )nc 4 TerraC .10e 4 TesoroPI wt . . Texaslntco ( TFl Co Inc 4 Tidwclllnd .. rraiii i Man futures, 1 a 'bushel in abrupt turn* · nts a bushel Trade Tues- as almosl as oil advanced cent a pound, a ton. Wheat orn v 1 -:, iusl early 5 cents, ted, about '; t higher after ket (FSMW - arket steady, arrivals: 1 sorghum, 81 Eggs (FSWNS) s (delivered) ·h) 3 J-2-5 1-2 *r cent al 34, 1.8 · Stk.ol.Paj- ^Record. able 1) 1-17 1-31. 1-31 31 7-3 3-3 D ~M4 3-4 ( MO 3-10 1-31 2-14 S !-3. 1-1 S Ml 3-14 M4 3-10 , l-!9 MO 2-3 2-24 2-10 3-1 · 1-31 1-1 i 1-31 2 1 4 S 2-14 »4 S 714 312 2-4 275 1-31 Ml 5 Z-28 3-14 Ml 7-14 5 3-79 4-15 J-U 2-24 2-1 3-3 3-6 3-27 2-7 3-1 2-i 3-10 oast ge 21, 1)7S Co. Close It's 3 16/37 ( 17 1 5 .:.... !·» 1 3'i Id. ... 9=1 3'4 1'4 10/32 12/U J ' 8'a ; 13/16 4 IV'a 7'b Ps 1032 7H 4'a 17 stocks POTLIOHT , closing price ftwn most ac NY SlKM E 00 20'i -l'i M 9H t '. 400 14 ... M !6'4 4 ', 10 Id - "4 » 44'. * '! M 2S't - 'i ,300 TO'i ... M 15'j -!H DO I2'4 · '4 ,900 !0'i ... ^00 10'4 .. 00 21^ · '« 00 I0' - ^ 00 26 1 . · ". · K\ Mint price Index 10-3} average '.'. SM.89 Ml? ' V/«kAga .'. 514.16 ' Month »««!" ......... I..;.M7.S Ye»fA» 4S4.I4 , I974.JSUW 4?)OI 5 I0"4- '? 10 I · 6 3V '» ;i ,r " "J'K:!! S IX , S3 7 4 '4 » 3!4« '» i ! ::: ? i*» 4 A*4_ '4 85 I! 1 !- '1 « 7 II IU 4 HI nark LlKIng Boar CHICAGO he Chicago WHEAT ,\ir .lay 3 Jul Sen 3 Dec CORN ( .tar .lay . 3 Jul Sep )cc War OATS I Mar Aay Jul SCO Dec ' SOYBEA Jen Mar May Jul Au9 Sep tDV Jan SOYBEA Jan Mar · May Jul Aug Sep Oct Dec SOYBEA Jan Mar May Jul Aug Sep Oct Dec Jan ICED B Jan Mar May Jun Jul 4ug Sep b-B'd: a-A Cash Gra CHICAGO winter 3.84n Corn No 2 v (box). Oats l.iB'in. Soyb No 7 yel o\ 3.00'jn (hopp Trej WASHING (Ion of the DOLLARS: Operating Deposits f Withdraws Total debt Debt not Gold asse Operating Wh W NEW YOR Advances Declines Unchanged Total issues New 1*74- New 1974- Cit LOS AN lion (oil m Orange Trend-- s e Lemons Do LONl U.S. do Europ Tuesda encc o rates ii The opene rope's then s day to don bu Frnnkf The 18-mon marks spite t West ( of $10 the rat ·\ Stin UK MIMlKlM M. TIH»nv.2d 3 3 3t Timote IM 3 19 m- 5, TMCAIIgln I 3 ! . Toki»!m.20 17 « »"-'» TolEdp4.2S .. 125 41 'i, ', ToppsGu .20 4 7 4'i- '4 TolalPII NA S 5 $44 4 1/4 Total pl.70 .. ? ID"! 4 *i TownCnlry .. 9 2'4 . 'fc Traeor Inc S 3 2'4 Trnspl Pool 3 41 4H * ". TriSIMI: .M 4 ) t"i- '» Tuitodyne 7 1 2»- '4 TwInFalr In 3 IS 4 ··· · U' UlPCu.Oia 3 14 l'i- 'B UnAPr.40a 7 13 6 ... UnBrandwl .. 10 ': UnCosF.45 i 1 II UftllrS.lOr- . 2 1 USFItlr.20 3 «l 3'i- '« USLjR I.SOe 4 22 7'-» US LsgR Wl .. 5 11-16 - ''a USNalRsrc 4 49 !'. · 'B US Radium 3 10 I'v USReductl 2 36 I3.- "4 Unilek Corp S 2 8'-4 + 'i Unity Buy S S 7 I't- "4 UnlvRs.05e 9 74 j')~i, URS Corp 5 16 7' i * 'a as/'W,' !° rir' k v: VallesSt .711 5 1 J 1 !-- - S Vail In 3.Xe 5 · 39 IS-..- '» Valley Mtal 10 6 3 VaiueLin D .. 1? \*t~ l % VanDorn 46 4 1? SH - "i Varo Iric 2 7 2 -- '% Ve«olns J2 5 1 8 -- ' ^ VermtA .iffy 3 10 A 1 * * % Vernitron 4 ' 3S ft ^ertiplt tnc .. 1 7-1fi VeselyCo .. 7 JHi f ' t Vikoalnc .. -i I 1 % - '4 Vintage Ent .. S I'; Vlshav tntrt d 7 j - '» Vulcan .Me 4 1 fa f "s Vulc (nc .M - 3 3 J^B Vultlncpf t , . 5 9 - V t W Wacknl .28b 5 6 5*'.- 'i WadelEo .10 . 1 Pi- H vVagnrEI .43 S t 6'-9 , WarCplC.OS ., 31 ?SB * 'il WasPstB.SO 6 1 IB^i-'J Watsco.05e 6 .0 3H · '( Weld Tu Am 1 t "S 3 * WestChP.72 B I B'J l e WestatsPtl 3 63 J''»- . WestnDecal- 7 1 3'S- 's tV5tn Fin .10 3 3d 5-"a-- B WitPac 1 wl . . 1 0 (5-16 - 'e Afstran.Ma 7 173 JPi , 's WhllakcrJ* 3 3 4 Whiting .80 i 1 9'fc Whitrakr wl . j ;-t6 · t-i Wichita tnd 7 15 J 1 '.-- 'B WillCOsG .12 3 ' 6 ? ' j Wmhous.30 3 9 -6'% » l -'! WilshrO .05r 7 56 i -- 'i Wnklmn.50. J x2 6 * !^ Wood In JOt 14 1 j _ 1-8 Woof U .066 5 1 3 t »1-I6 WorcesCont J 24 B Work Wr .60 3 1 6 J B * 'i WratherCp J8 S JV* Wrighl Har . 23 13-16 -1-16 WTC Air .10 4 10 J'9- '« WUI Inc . 4 0 ' 4 3 V'i-- '/» WyteLab.20 J 12- 3*i Wynn (nil 3 13 5 s *- '4 WymBn.50 7 14 9 x-Y-z- : - YooHoo.OSe « 2 2'i- "4 ZeroMl.lOe 5 8 5 Total Sales 1,490XXX Sales Year Ago ...!,°2M95 5t · '· . . d of Trade Title AP) - Futures trading on loard of Trade Tuesday: Prey Open High Low Close Close 15,000 bu) .88 3.95 3.84' : 3.93''.- 3.78 90 3.90 3.83 3.90 3J6 79 3.81 3.73'; 3.80'i 3.70 85 3.88 3.81 3.8! 3.76 .97 3.98 3.91 3.98 3.86 ,000 bu) .14 3.16': 3.10': 3.12'r 3-IO'i .15 3.19 3.13'! 3.IS 3.12'i .14 3.19': 3.14 3.16 3.11': .97 3.01 7.96 2.99 2.93': .74 2.77 7.73 2.J6 2.64': .76 2.81 2.76 2.80'j 2.72'1 ,W bu) .54'i 1.57 1.53 I.55J1 1.52'i .53 1.54 .I.50V4 1.51'-! 1.49'i .48 !.«': 1.47 1.48'a 1.45'; .41"! 1.42': 1.40 1.41'. 1.36'48' J 1.49 1,47 1.47 1,45V: S (5,000 bU) .11 6.11 5.95 6.02 5.81 .05 6.33'i 6.03'i 6.11 5.93". .34'; 6.34': 6.16 6.22 6.04'; UO't 6.40': 6.24- 6.31 6.10': S.28 6.3! 6.24 4.30 6.09 4.12 6.12 5.94 '4.09 5.B4 .07 LV 5.90 6.03 5.79 1.08 6.10 5.9S 6.08 5.85 « OIL (60,000 IDS) 30.30 30.95 30.30 30.90 79.40 30.48 30.48 29.95 30.48 ».50 29.75 79.77 29.30 29.77 JB.JO 28.90 28.90 28.45 28.90 27.90 27.80 28.05 27.75 28.05 27.10 27.15 27.15 2S.95 27.15 26.15 26.00 26.25 25.70 26.25 25.25 25.00 25.10 !4.SO 25.10 24.10 H MEAL 1100 tons) 27.00 130.00 121.50 130.00 119.00 26.00 128.00 123.50,127.50 120.50 33.00 134.00 129.50 133.90 127.00 36.00 138.90 135.00 138.90 132.00 18.00 140.00 137.00 139.50 131.50 42.00 143.00 140.00 143.CD 137.00 41.00 143.00 141.00 144.00 136,01 48.00 141.00 144.00 145.50 142.00 47.00 147.00 145.00 146.00 141.00 ROILERS (21400 IbS) 41.80 41.97 41.65 41.90 41.50 39.50 40.00 38.80 38.80 39.20 39.80 40.70 39.00 39.00 39.50 40.30 40.50 40.00 40.00 40.20 40.00 40.40 40.00 40.00 40.40 31.50 39.50 39.50 39.50 39.50 39.70 39.70 39.70 39.70 40.00 ked,- n-Norninal. n (AP) _ Wheat No i hard Tuesday: No 2 soft red 3.82n ellow 3.04'an (Iwpper) 3.04in No 2 extra heavy while eans No 1 yellow 6.00'.n. v corn Monday was quoted a er) 2.94'in (boxl., isury report ON (AP) - The cash pos reasury on Jan. 17, 1975: balance 2,471,000.00 seal year July 1 197.941.000,000 s tiscal year July 1 494,42S,000,»0 493403^)00,000 ubiect lo statutory limit 2,117,000,000 H.712,000,000 balance on Jan. 17, H74 6,360,000,000 at Stocks did HAT STOCKS DIB K (AP) Prev 'Tuesday day 744 61 591 70 456 C44 1793 176 5 highs 9 rs lows 7- t rus market GEUESIUPD-Cilrusauc- jrkcls): : 545 5.13. 88s 4.86, 72s 5.08- adv and higher. : Trend-- steady. liar off DON (AP, - The liar fell sharply in can exchanges y under the influ- declining interest i the United States, price of gold d strongly in Eu- bullion markets but agged through the close lower in Lon- l higher in Zurich, url and Paris, dollar reached an th low of 2.3550 , in Frankfurt de- ic purchase by the Jcrman state bank million to support c. «»*· JJCWHI.C-- flnl flourish] PORTER By SYLVIA P No matter what policies the' White House adopts or what laws Congress passes in the next few months, unemployment will continue to mount in this first half of 1975 toward' a post- World War II record, of 8 per cent and an all-time peak of 7 million or more men and . women. There is no way, none whatsoever, of stopping this trend overnight -- for new layoffs are occurring daily, bankruptcies and · forced mergers are climbing fast, countless numbers of utterly discouraged jobseekers are dropping out. Yet, as-this nightmare era of deepening recession and galloping inflation runs its course, one group among us will be flourishing as never before -- the racketeers who prey on the hopes and desperation of the jobless, lure those who are trying to find work they can do at home for pay, rip off the millions of consumers everywhere who are looking for "bar. gains." The "old" frauds of recession have resurfaced. No one in government is 'doing anything to curb them. No single agency, public or private,, has the resources to monitor them to the degree necessary. You -- new generations of consumers as well as targets.. . . · . , This column is designed for only one purpose: to warn you, to urge you to beware, to plead with you to be skeptical of any ad, that seems too good to be true, to check any offer in this category with a local consumer protection agency. Among the swindles now booming across the nation: . --Fraudulent employment agency ads: ' From coast to coast, publications are now carrying classified ads by employment agencies offering . jobs that simply do not exist. In most communities -- . including my own New York 'City -- this is against the law. -But the publications have neither the means · nor -the manpower to investigate each ad and the '·'. goal of the agencies is to suck you in, possibly charge .you for. "guidance," in one way or another to get cash from you for a less-than-useless service -- for nothing could be more harmful or depressing to an - unempjojed person than to respond to an ad for a nonexistent job. ' A recent sampling taken of ads placed by six DOW-JONES AVERAGES NEW YORK (UPI) -- Dow Jones closing stock averages: ( 30 Indus. 20 Transp. 15 Utils. Tuesday 641.90 - 5.55, 152.57 - .74 77.10 - .13 Monday 647.75 + 2.82 153.31 -1.31 77.23 - .32 Week \Eo 64870 5 4 8 15138 107 7720 64 Month Ago '.'.'. 598.40 + 7G 140.24 + .96 66.69 + .64 Year A g o . . . . 863.47 + 8 . 8 4 190.19 + .85 93.30 + .35 1974-75 High . 891.66 202.45 95.09 1974-75 Low .. 577.60 125.93 57.915 1973 High... 1051.70 228.10 120.72 1973 Low. ...... 788.31 151.97 84.42 'Stable price' WASHINGTN (AP) -- the aluminum industry," The Council on Wage and Rees said. Price Stability is initial- Among the questions ing a two-pronged pro- the council will ask, he gram aimed at shaving, said, are "how do you prices and holding down justify your price in- the size of wage settle- creases in terms of the ments, the council direc- demand for your prod- tor said Tuesday, ucts?" and "why aren't Director Albert Rees lTM^TM* C ° ming said in a speech to the A spokesman for the National Economists Club C0lmci i said the aeencv that the council has been ^aT a k^.sev n aC encouraged by rollbacks num manufacturers to l PP nn e H,,^ ea Hrnn« :1 in the submit information on S±rd^°r PS pHce e ; ' S?^ " d »^ and rebates for new car The eompanies to which DUels - the requests were sent To remind business that were: Reynolds, Alcoa, prices traditionally fall in Kaiser, Anaconda, Martin a period of slack econom- Marietta, National South- ic activity, "we are begin- wire and Ormet. ning a systematic review The spokesman said the of pricing in the concen- aiminm 'industry was trated industries, and will chosen because it is high- extend our monitoring ac : ly concentrated and pro- tivities to several of them, duces a basic product, beginning this week with Noting the rebates an- Pan Am-Anieric NEW YORK (AP) -- newsletter -as saying Pan American World Air- chances for merger with ways and American Air- Pan Am were slim. to'h«^tSm 1 SS5 For thc first » months m rger p ssSes S °J. 1974 ^n^U mnM,' ffi*f fft 1? SaiteTdSffi W!! months of" itt? ha'previ- -Lion loss in November, ously announced similar In a joint statement, studies with Trans World American Chairman Al- Airlines and Eastern Air- bert Casey and Pan Am lines. Chairman William Sea"We're continuing to ex- well said, "We are con- change information with ducting a study to identify them," said a Pan Am and evaluate potential spokesman Tuesday, cost reductions, service However TWA's president improvements and opera- was quoted in an employe tional efficiencies that Denny's net jumps 30% LA MIRADA (BW) - the prior fiscal year. Denny's Inc. (NYSE) Revenues totaled $66.93 recorded new high levels million, an increase of 27 of revenues, net .income per cent over the $52.63 and earnings per share in million revenues of the the second quarter and preceding year. There first half of the current were 7,461,000 average fiscal year, Verne H. Win- common and common chcll, chairman and presi- equivalent shares out- dent, announced Tuesday, standing in both periods. For the three months For the first six months ended Dec. 27, net income o! the current fiscal year, increased 30 per cent lo the period ended Dec. 27, $2,151,000, equal to 29 net income increased 29 cents per share, from per cent to $5,687,000, $1.65 million, or 22 cents, equal lo 76 cents per in the second quarter of share. l V in stagnation ORTER different agencies in two different sections of a major newspaper underlined the extent of the problem. The ads were for the "unskilled, uneducated", person or for. "College Grad," or '"Admin/Assistant/ ..'; Secretary." In none of the cases investigated did the agency placing the ad have the job available. The . -, Assn. of Personnel Agencies of New York and the ,; ; Better Business Bureau are working together to.' . upgrade the practices and standards of this industry : but they openly admit this is a national problem. You .: · , must check; you must be skeptical; you must be , aware of the laws and be on guard against gypslers. · --Fraudulent home-work schemes: This is so-old a fraud it is difficult to believe that , it still can be booming all over the nation, but it must be new to tens of millions, for you continue to be taken in by ads -promising bloated pay for at-home jobs ranging from addressing of envelopes (you must buy) to finishing various types of apparel (on. machines you must buy). Ads for such harmful, distressing- home-work schemes as these are multip- . lying in magazines of all kinds. No one that I can find -- outside of the Better Business Bureaus -- even appears concerned. Basically, you have only one protection: your own knowledge. Learn what to look out for, what are ,, the signs that signal a gyp, where to go to check. · Your local BBB is- an excellent source. So is your . Consumer Protection Agency. Ask the questions be- : fore you invest in a work-at-home deal from which you may .earn only a heartache. Fraudulent ads giving the illusion of a bargain: "Distress selling" claims are the key to this swindle -- for while many are, of .course, entirely legitimate (and certainly believable) in this era, the racketeering fringe again is operating to victimize the gullible. Millions of consumers are being gypped by these claims in the apparel and furniture industries particularly. ' · . " , ' , No government agency is concentrating on pro-.,;:; tecting you. It is indeed tough, hard work to enforce ;; the laws supposed to be regulating activities in this type of selling -- and the regulators admit they." " simply don't have the staffs to manage it. This is just a random selection. In today's ,-;· bargain-conscious economic climate, be on guard! 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 Tuesday ;. 78.26 37.08 38.P6 70.70 Monday ....... 78.71 37.14 38.09 71.08 Week Ago 79.45 36.90 38.11 7-1.68 Month Ago 74.61 35.12 32.48 66.88 Year Ago 107.77 43.41 48.50 96.55 1974-75 High .. 111.65 47.36 49.44 09.80 1974-75 Low .... 69.53 29.38 29.37 ' . 62.28 effort starts nounced by three auto the President's powers lo makers for new car persuade action on behalf buyers, Rees said, "More, of the national interest firms should follow this are still substantial, excellent example, or do Rees said that Presi- better yet, and cut the list dent Ford undoubtedly prices of their products." would veto any bill restor- And Rees said the coun- ing wage and price con- cil also^ "is beginning to trpls. extend its monitoring activities to wage negotia- ' T VT ,y, . tions and is prepared lo f I f applfe ' enter into discussions with * ·* ^ o^^«.a the parties to collective bargaining where this /Vrf^cfl.* 1 Gifllf* seems appropriate." 11C9UC 9O.VC Rees said the current · / - ! · /»/» rise in prices is no longer f\\ SfrkllTr^V* due to the shortages and UL ^tWUlXCJi strong demand which WASHINGTON {AP) pushed, prices up through m ° , , ;;, } J most of last year. "The The Fedcral T^e Corn- leading elements in the mlsslon lni t' ated ! e g a j ac process are now the rising tlon Tuesday aimed at price of energy and rising forcing Nestle to divest it- unit labor costs," he said, self of Stouffer Corp., The council has no whlch Produces frozen power to order rollbacks food entrfees and operates or delays in wage or price a cham of restaurants, increases, but Rees said Nestle Alimentana is a Swiss corporation which ranks behind Unilever of _ · O Holland in world food S-tfS f"if*Gi nrocessing, according to JL I/J.T.*vC7 · the FTC Us products in . "'ude Nestle chocolate could be achieved through and coffee, an integration of our Nestle acquired Stouffer operations." in 1973 from Litton Indus- The chairmen said the tries for $105 million, study would not affect a The commission launch- proposed route exchange ed a test of the acquisition before the Civil Aeronau- by issuing a complaint tics Board in which Pan alleging that the purchase Am would pick up some of had the effect of suppress- Amrerican's Pacific routes ing competition in the in return for giving up its frozen food market. Bermuda flights and those Stouffer, which is head- from New York to Santo quartered in Solon, Ohio, Domingo and Barbados. is the nation's second Pan A m ' s problems largest marketer of frozen stem from rising fuel main dishes, costs, dwindling overseas In addition to requiring traffic, foreign compcti- Nestle to get rid of Slouff- tion and some unprofita- cr, the FTC complaint ble routes, analysts say. would ban Nestle for 10 The Pan Am spokesman years from acquiring a said the firm is anticipat- business in the frozen ing a $76 million loss for foods industry without all of 1974. commission approval. ATTENTION YOUNG MEN! GET INVOLVED IN YOUR COMMUNITY JOIN THE L.B. JK, CHAMBER Special Meeting, SAT,, JAN. 25 GULL 4294224 For IIFORHKTION ·y

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