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WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1967 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 37 James On Business Don't Bet That El Con Diamond's Store By Cecil James, Citizen Business Writer Mutual Funds NEW YORK (API Inv CoAm 14.SJ li.81 Th* following quo- nvts Bos 13.Mli.13 piled bylnveit Grup: . · 21.55 23.« J.»410.69 i;- · Remember back in 1962 when, Diamond's, a Phoenix-based de" - p a r t m e n t store chain, an: flounced it would build a ;$4 "million ?tore in-El Con Shopping Center? ' ' j L. Well, it may be another three or four years before Diamond's ""locates in Tucson. ^ · And the smart money says that if and when a Diamond's store is built here, it probably will be located in the Sears- Broadway shopping center on .the far/East Side. Negotiating _fbr a" spot in El Con sometimes ""is difficult. · · .»·: it also is believed that Jo- ^a'ep'h" Kivel and other members T:of the Kivel clan prefer to have stores in the Sears complex -which they own 100 percent -instead of El Con where the ownership is only 50 percent. ,,,, Owner of the other 50 percent "Is Magna Investment Devel- Vopment Corp., headed by Gus "Papanikolas of Salt Lake City. His firm also is developing the -9ers Country Club estates. * Diamond's currently is work* Ing hard to complete a store in I the new Tri-City area -- be- ttween Tempe and Mesa and J near the Motorola complex. * One source close to Dia- ·rnond's recently said the Tuc"son store is a pretty dead is- '»sue." It also said that the Kivel 'interests have approached Dia- Sears 2 Grain - CHICAGO (AP) - Grain futures prices were mostly lower "pn the Chicago Board of Trade ^Tuesday. iftHEAT. JUi Open High Low Previous Close Close . UB"« Mar CORN May Jul Sep Dec Mar OATS May tfi£ nm 1.81VJ 1.81? \.UVt 1.4*1/4 1.65 1.67% 1.67% 1.6B'/i 1.71 1.71'/« 1.71'/» 1.76% 1.76% 1.77'/2 « 1.80% 1.8PAl.ai'A mond's to locate in the center instead of El Con. It is interesting to note that P u r r ' s Cafeteria, which recently signed a lease to operate in the Sears center, started negotiations about four years ago to locate in El Con. Arid then we have J. C. Penney Co. which originally announced in 1965 that it planned a second'store to be located in El Con. Its cost was to be approximately $8 million. A year ago Penney executives said they had presented the El Con owners with a lease and as far as can be determined it has not been signed by El Con officials. Meanwhile, a Phoenix real estate broker who says he negotiated for the second Penney store has filed a $170,000 damage suit against the developers of El Con. Maurice H. Berkson alleges he was deprived of a broker's commission after he obtained the Penney firm as a tenant for the center. He claims he was to receive a percentage of the rent paid by the tenant. Papanikolas has declined comment on recent negotiations with possible tenants and Kivsl is a difficult man to contact. A year ago he refused to confirm or deny statements about possible El Con expansion. Another Tucson developer claims his efforts to get national department stores to locate here have been hampered by previous dealings with a couple of land owners (not Papani- kolas). He continued that one of the men has been extremely critical of industrial development efforts made by the Chamber of Commerce and the city. Still, one of these days new store buildings will be rising either in El Con or the Sears- Broadway area. But don't bet as to which location. You might not live long enough to collect. allon of Securities Slock Dealers. Inc., ire Select ... the prices «t which Var Pay 9.04 9.83 these securities Inv Resh 19.0320.80 could have been stel Fd, 21.7722.44 sold (bid) or bouamivest Fd 16.18 17.68 (asked): Johniln 21.1221.12 · Id Ask Keystone Funds: Aberdeen 3.11 3.40 Cus Bl 22.o 23.88 Advise Fd 8.79 9.65 Cus B2 2 Af(t! l- 9.01 9.74 All Armr 1.22 1.33 Am Bus 3.81 4.1* Am Divln 11.94U.05 Am Dualvest: Cap Shr 13.0013.50 Inc pfSh 13.50 14.00 Am Grth 7.14 7.74 Am Inv 33.96 38.96 Knlckerl Cus Cus Cus Cu B2 ,,, Kl us K2 Cus SI Cus 52 Cus S3 Cus S4 Int. Fd 23.3625.48 10.27 11.21 9.2 10.09 7.24 7.91 22.66 24.73 10.9911.99 10.4011.36 Martin Raps Speculative Trading By Fund Managers Am Mut ifcHiilwkn'IcVGth " ivallLexInet . 1.73 Lex Rsch 7.57 8.29 5.25 13,42 10.10 11.04 16.24 17.75 6.91 7.55 4.M 5." 0 0 0 BUSINESS BRIEFS: Tucson Blueprint Co. has been named to represent the Royfax division of Litton Industries, which makes and sells copies of letters, documents, etc. Royfax doesn't sell, rent or lease copy i n g machines themselves, however . . . . . . . .Brackston Whitaker of Whitaker Pools 'in Tucson has been appointed to the 1967 convention council of the National Swimming Pool Institute . . . .Tucson firms with applications pending for state contractors licenses are Sternfeld Plumbing Heating Co., Castle Covington Co., and Mountain States Construction Co. . . . Am Pac Unavall Lex Asso Fd l.Sg 1.73Lex . _ _ . Assn InFd 7.64 7.64 Life Inv Axe Houghton: Life Stk ..-- - .. Fund A 7.72 8.39 Loomls Sayles Fds: Fund B 10.6811.61 Canad 30.3730.37 Stock 7.08 7.74 Capit 12.5612.56 3cl Elec 22.1324.05 Mutu 16.10 16.10 Blue Rid 14.11 15.42 Manhtn 10 -«1V^ 6.68 7.30 Mass Gth 12.87 4.07 9.27 10.13 Mass Tr 17.11 18.70 15.82 17.10Mass Llf« 12.66 13.84 15.52 17.0! MldA Mut 7.52 8.22 9.81 10.72 Moodys 16.46 18.62 20.15 Morion Funds: 8.78 9.63 Grwth 11.98 13.13 7.05 7.73 Incom 4.24 4.65 Rid Bondstk Bost Fd Brosd St Bullock Can Gett Cdn Fd Capit nc Capit Shr Cent Shr Ch . . 7.87 8.51 til B.92 9.75 10.93 11.95 6.25 6.85 11.7511.99 11.73 12.64 21.25 21..2S hahnlno Funds: MIF Fd 18-43 19.92 Balan 13.4915.74MIF Gth 4.07 6.56 Com Stk 2.14 2.33 Mut Shrs 17.64 17.64 Grwth 18.80 20.55 Mut Trust 2.7 2.77 Incom 8.34 9.11 Nat WSec 11.21 12.1_3 Special 3.06 3.34 Nat Irwes) 7.87 Chase Fd 12.09 13.21 Nat Sec S Chem Fd 18.61 20.35 Ealan Citadel 3.03 3.31 Bond Cst Sec 1.64 1.77 Divid Equity 14.28 15.61 Incom Fund 13.6214.69 Stock Grwth 17.9219.58 Grwth ComSt Dd 5.01 5.45Nat West Commonwlth Fds: NBA Mut Cap Fd 18.73 20.52 New Era Incom 10.12 11.06 New Hor Invest 10.7611.76 New Wld ....., Stock 11.32 12.37 Noreast e lj-"'vii ComTr AB 1.77 . . . . O n e WmS 14.^16.46 ComTr CO 1.87 . . . , Oppen Fd M.1928.62 Comp Bd Unavall Penn Sa 18.17 1B.W Comp Fd 10.78 11.72 peopes 12.02 13.16 Concord 16.4316.43 Phlfa Fd 15.14 6.59 Cons !nv 13.1213.50 P ne St 13.02 13.02 Consm Inv 5.00 5.46 Pioneer 12-2'lS-|j -onv Sec 10.8011.80 Price TR 33.9423.94 orp Ld 16.96 18.55 providnt 4.93 5.44 rown W 6.70 7.32 Puritan 11,50 12.43 ' ' M 69.57 69.57 Putnam Funds; . . .96 15.26 7.62 1.3U/1 1.34Y2 1.35'A 1.35'A 69 V4 74'A .32 .34'/i .35V4 '.W/i 70V'« 70'A 71% 74Vt May · 23 1.23 Jul 1.24 1.24 Sip 1.26'/i 1.26Vi Dec 1.29% 1.30 Mar 1.33Va 1.33'A SOYBEANS May 2.82V.I 2.82'A Jul 2.62^4 2.B2'/a Auq 2.B2V2 2.82'A S^P 2,79 2.791/i Nov 2.77 7 /« 2.77'/e Jan 2.81'A 2.81V Mar 2.84% 2.84% SOYBEAN OIL May 10.00 10.03 Jul 10.20 10.20 Aua 10.25 10.25 Sep 10.25 10.25 Oct 10.1 10.13 Dec 10.05 10.06 Jan 10.05 '.0.06 SOYBEAN MEAL 1.30'A 1.33'A 1.34% 1.34'A 1.3834! 69Vs 70'A 71V-2 74/j 1.223,4 1.23 I.i5« 1.29V4 1.31Va 1.33'/» 1.35 1.34VJ 1.38W 70 7Mi 71% 74% 1.22% 1.23Va 1.24 1.30 1.33% 1.32'/x 1.34% 1.35% 1.35'A 1.393/4 70 71 72'/e 74% 1.23 1.23% 1.24 1.293,4 1.33'/2 Govt. Bonds NEW YORK {AP) -- Closing over the counter U.S. Government Treasury bonds, bid, asked, net change and yield for 2.81'A 2.81 Vi 2.82'/i 2.82'/« 2.82'A 293% 2.81% 2.78% 2.77'/4 2.81 2.64'A 2.81% 2.78% 2.77V4 2.80% 2.84'/ 2.82V4 2.79 2.77'A 2.81V4 2.84A Tuesday. 2'As 67-42 .. 3%S 47 .. . 3%s 48 3%s 68 . ... 3%s 48 Nov 99.27 99.28 99.24 99.12 99.14 May 1 ·Sep Get Dec Jan Mar Jun Aua ct ec eb Apr 68.9 70.55 70.95 70.60 70.00 70.00 70.25 26.40 27.42 27.70 28.00 28.2.' 28.42 68.90 70.70 70.95 70.60 70.10 70.00 70.25 26.40 27.50 27.80 28.10 28.30 28.50 9.99 10.16 10.21 10.22 10.12 10.0X 10.05 68.65 70.25 70.55 70.15 69.80 69.90 70.10 26.32 27.35 27.70 27.95 28.22 78.40 10.03 10.19 10.22 10.24 10.13 10.07 10.07 68.75 70.30 70.70 70.20 69.95 70.10 70.25 70.60 26.37 27.40 27.72 28.00 28.22 28.40 10.00 10.20 10.24 10.25 10.16 10.08 10.8 68.75 70.50 70.80 70.35 69.95 70.25 70.20 70.60 26.37 27.45 27.72 28.00 28.22 28.45 2Vis 48-43 97.18 4s 69 Feb 99.14 "As 69-44 Jun 96.18 4s 69 Oct 98.26 2'As 69-44 Dec ... 95.18 4s 70 Feb 98.14 2'As 70-65 95.4 4s 70 AUB 98.4 ?.Vis 71-46 93.24 4s 71 97.20 3'/os 71 96.22 4s72 Feb 97.2 2'/35 72-47 Jun .... 91.2 4s 72 AUB . .. ... 96.24 2'As 72-67 Sep . . . . 90.24 2'/as 72-67 Dec ... 90.14 4s 73 95.28 4Ves 73 96.12 4'As 74 9 6 . 1 2 4'/4S 74 97 3'/ss 74 94.16 4s 80 91 31/25 80 85.28 3'/xs 83-78 81.20 31/45 85 81.20 4',.is 85-75 91.28 3Vjs 90 81.12 4',4s "2-87 M.20 4s 93-88 88.12 4Vis 94-89 88.24 3s 95 80.24 3'As 98 81.8 Prices seconds. 99.29 99.30 99.26 99.14 99.18 97.22 99.18 96.22 98.30 95.22 98.18 95.12 98.8 94 97.28 96.30 97.10 91.10 97 91.2 90.22 96.4 96.20 96.20 97.8 94.24 91.16 86.12 82.4 82.4 92.12 81.28 91.4 88.28 69.8 81.8 81.24 --.2 --.2 m _^ O --!4 --.4 --.4 --.6 --.6 --.4 --.4 --.4 --!4 4 --!4 --.8 --.4 --.4 --.4 --.4 --'.8 --.4 3.6J 3.75 4.00 4.14 4.18 4.03 4.26 4.18 4.47 4.28 4.56 4.25 4.59 X.21 4.55 4.64 4.63 4.43 4.58 4.40 4.40 4.72 4.73 4.71 4.72 4.71 4.91 4.88 4.86 4.72 4.89 4.82 4.86 4.75 4.84 J. C. Penney Earnings Dip NEW YORK (AP) - A dip in first quarter earnings was reported Tuesday by J. C. Penney Co. at its annual meeting. The department store chain said its net income for the three months ended April 29 was $10,278,605, or 41 cents a share, compared 'to $10,662,258, or 43 cents a share, a year earlier. Sales for the period were $549,919,154 and $496,310,999 respectively. President Ray H. Jordan told the shareholders "while we anticipate continued sales increases during the remainder of 1967, we realize higher operating costs, plus the expenses in connection with our accelerated expansion program, present a real challenge in the maintenance of profit margins." Dlv Gr Dlv Inv Divld Shr DowTh In Drexel Dreyfus Eatn Bal Eatn Stk Empl Gr Enerav Entprise Equity 3.74 7.74 4.11 Rep Tech 8.37 Revere 4.97 5.43 14.30 15.63 . . . 16. 16 16.16 Scud Duo-Vest: Cap Shr 9.42 9.87 . . 14.82 16.17 12.0 i2'.6B 12.68 14.68 14.92 35.73 35.73 14.87 16.25 8.05 8.80 1,2.58 13.61 Fid Trnd Fid Mut F.l.F Fn Ind'nc Fst InGth Fst InStk Fletcher Fla Gth Fnd Lf Founders Foursq Franklin .iloT 13.05 Inc pfShr 9.87 10.12 16.84 18.29 Scudder Funds: 27.1529.51 Bal 18.8618.86 16.4416.44 Com St 12.6812. 18.41 19.83 Intl Inv auit'cth 14!S6 16^28Sec Enult Frm BMO 11.66 11.66sec Inv Fed Grlh 15.1216.53Selec Am .-.-- -- , Fid Cap 15.08 16.39Shrhold 12.M 13.81 Fd Fund 18.83 20.36Sw Invest 9.9210.72 - · ~ ' 3 l . 4 9 3 4 . 2 3 S o v e r Inv 16.3117.87 9.48 10.36 state St 52.4152.75 5.B7 6.42Stdmn Sc 7.57 8.27 6.79 7.43Stdmn Sh 22.4124.49 9.72 10.66stein Roe funds: 11.6212.73 Bal 22.1822.18 13.1314.35 Stock 14.7514.75 t 69 7 32 Intl 14.28 14.28 UnavailSterl Inv 13.3814.46 8.50 9.TOSUP InGth 6.53 7.16 14.63 15.99Telev El 10.7711.74 Custdn: Temp Gt 15.58 17.02 'Com Slk 774 B.SOTexas Fd 124 2 13.57 Incom 3.12 3.43TwenC Glh 5.88 6.43 Pf Stk 2.63 2.89TwenC Inc 5.72 6.25 Util 7.70 8.6 United Funds: Fund Am 10.35 11.31 Accm 18.3220.02 Fund Inv 11.9213.06 Incom Gen Invest 4.96 7.57 Sclen Group Sec: UnFd Aero Sc 11.56 12.66Value .·.-.·--,,-*, Com St 14.2515.60 Val Line 8.34 9.16 GrlK' ^d 2?:I? IJpfSit | g gua?d h ^ l, 4 Sa:fi^? B J 1 ndP. I.? Ig H al Ma^ li^l^^l'l^m 12^1 7 3:| HubVFd JO.?? 10.77Wash Mu 12.72 13.98 Bi90 9.72 14.69 15.88 19.5221.22 NEW YORK (AP) - Chairman William McChesney Martin of the Federal Reserve Board has called disquieting the speculative stock trading of some institutional investors. He said it contains "poisonous qualities" reminiscent of the 1920s. Martin said the New York Stock Exchange must make certain that "this new cult of short-run market performance does not once again result in a tarnishing of stock exchange wares." He referred to the depression of the 1930s which was preced ed by the boom of the 1920s. Martin made his remarks in a talk yesterday at a luncheon in connection with the 175th anniversary celebration of the New York Stock Exchange. His comments were similar to those he made in a New York talk on June 1, 1965 when he said there were "disquieting similarities" between the prosperity at that time and the boom which preceded the Great Depression. In cautioning almost two years ago against speculative and inflationary dangers, Mar tin said the depression was caused by "maladjustments born of the boom of the 20s." Martin said yesterday tha some institutional investors -- ic mentioned mutual and pension funds -- are creating a new problem posing a potentially serious risk to the future of stock markets. Increasingly, Martin said, managers of mutual funds and Dividends Pe- Slk. o* Pay. Rat* r!*4 Record able OMITTED Kroehler M(e INCtcAbED Comwllh Edison .55 .. 6-22 8-1 Twen Cent Fox .40 .. t- 15 6-30 Brlags t, Strat '^ A US Lines Am Cyanlmld . . . Am Saf Tbl A .. Assoc Investmnt tmuscn Lomb Brlflos Strat .. Cabot Cp LAR .3125 O .10 O .35 Q .20 .60 .25 GtWsIn Ry pf .625 Joleman Co 30 Dlvco Wayne .... .30 Elec Hose Rub .45 f-amlly Baron Ctrs .11 Fisher Govnr 30 Giani Prtld Cem .20 Glenmore Oh AiB 10 "oodrlch 60 _ r e e n Giant 20 Greyhound CP ... .25 Honeywell 275 Imp Tob Can 175 Lau Blower , 125 Manhattan Shirt .14 Manuf Hanover Tr .50 McKesson Rob .45 Mich Gas UMI ... .30 Mtn States T8.T .31 Motts SUP Mkls .09 Munsmgwear .. 325 Nat City Lines ... .40 Natl Steel . . . .625 NewEng Tel (, Tel .59 Northn Trust, Chi .65 Ohio Edhon 325 Pet nc 25 Phil Nat Bnk 60 Pub Svc EIGBs 385 Rio Gr Va' Gas .07 Shattuck, F.G. .. .10 Shep Nltes CS.H .30 Southn Ind Gas .34 Strolee of Calif .10 Studebaker CP ... .25 Superior Oil .. . .35 Unlv Marlon ... .15 Vanity Fair Mills .35 U Q I Q Q 8 Q 0 Q Q 8 § S 5-26 6-li 6-» 7-31 6-1 6-30 6-14 6-28 6-9 7-3 $-26 i-1 5-15 6-15 5-26 6-1 6-27 7-13 5-29 6-15 6-1 6-9 6-) 6-7 6-30 6-12 7-2S 4-13 6-3C 6-2 6-12 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-20 7-11 5-31 5-26 5-19 a 6-1 5-2« 5-31 ft 5-24 6-9 6-9 6-17 6-31 6-1? 7-3 7-1 6-15 6-15 6-1 6-3C 7-1 6-3 6-3 6-1 8 6-1 6-2 6-2 portfolio and pension funds are measuring their success in erms of relatively short-term gains. They set a target on a growth stock, attain that tar- jet, unload and then seek a lew chance for quick capital gains, said Martin, a former w York Stock Exchange president. "Given the large buying power of these institutions, there is an obvious risk that speculative n-and-out trading of this type may virtually corner the market in individual stocks, he said. "And, in any event, activity of this kind tends to create un- desireably volatile price fluctuations. I find tills trend dis quieting. "However laudable the intent may be, it seems to me tha practices of this nature contain poisonous qualities reminiscen in some respects of the old poo operation of the 1920s." The Securities and Exchangi Commission, in a report las December on the $38.2 billion mutual fund irdustry, said it i studying the effect on stocl prices of rapid large bloc! trading by institutional inves tors. It's also looking into the in fluence which these investors including mutual funds, might ave on companies in which hey become dominant stockholders. Other speakers at the anniversary celebration included hree board chairmen of top businesses. The Daily Investor SCM-Glicldeii Merger Planned CLEVELAND (AP) -- Glidden Co. and SCM Corp. of New York have announced agreement in principle on merger and said directors of both firms Had approved the quarter - billion-dollar stock transaction. Emerson E. Mead, president of SCM, a leading producer of office e q u i p m e n t including Smith - Corona typewriters, and William G. Phillips, president of Glidden, which manufactures paints, food products and chemicals, made the joint announcement here. Earlier Tuesday it was announced that Glidden had called off talks of merger with General Aniline Film Corp. of New York. Those talks began last F r i d a y a f t e r Greatamer- ica Corp. of Dallas made a tender offer of $30 a share for 3.5 million shares, or a controlling interest, in Glidden. By WILLIAM A. DOYLE Q. I read the column in which you told people to read the prospectuses before buying any mutual fund. Is there any way that I can obtain a booklet explaining what the prospectuses are all about? Where can I buy prospectuses? A. A prospectus is a booklet -- explaining just about everything there is to know about the mutual fund that has printed it. Actually, it's a boiled - down registration statement. E a c h fund is required to file a registration statement with the U.S. Securities 4 Exchange Commission. The registration statement goes into more detail. But the prospectus contains everything an investor would want to know about the fund. The prospectus is checked carefully by the SEC. If you are thinking about buying fund shares, the broker or salesman is required to present to you a copy of the fund's prospectus. If you read the prospectus, carefully, you d o n ' t need any other booklet. As a sidelight, you may be interested to know that the plural of prospectus is prospectus. Some folks try to act high - class and say "prospect!" but Latin scholars tell me that prospectus is in the fourth declension, nominative -- where the singular and plural forms are the same. 14.80 16.17 n U Se Line n uoted in dollars --.4 4.14 --.4 4.60 and thirty Livestock PHOENIX -- FaTrlV Bood demand for slaughter steers out of local f«d)ots; slaughter ste«rs fully steady to 25 cents higher; not established on heifers; few recently sales fully steady. Slaughter steers: confirmed 1635. Two loads choice 1000 Ibs, 26.00; good to mostly choice 950-1075 Ibs, 25.50-25.75 Including seven loads at latter price; two losds good to mostly choice 1200 Ibs, 25.00 weighed with five per cent shrink; mixed good and choice 925-1100 Ibs, 25.25-25.50; mostly good with end of choice 925-1000 Ibs, 24.75-25.00. Slaughter heifers: One load choice 800 Ibs, 24.25. 28.00-29.00 on steers, 24.00-25.90 on heifers, sales F.O.B.. ranch three per cent shrink, current delivery. KANSAS CITY -- Hogs 4,500; barrows and gilts 75 higher; sows 50-75 higher; 1-2 190-230 Ibs barrows and gilts 22.7524.00; No. 1 210 Ibs 24.25; 1-3 200-260 Ibs 23.25-75; 240-300 Ibs 22.00-23.25; 300-400 Ibs sows 19.00-75; 400-400 Ibs 18.5019.25. . ass 1 "7:8 iB«te5s - Stk 5.41 5.91 Worth Unavall Hazel Bishop Going Into Wig Business NEW YORK (AP) -- Hazel Bishop Inc., which makes cosmetics, announced it w i l l branch into the $300 million- a-year wig business with the purchase of Joseph Marshall I m p o r t s Inc., Los Angeles women's wig manufacturer. The company will be operated as a wholly owned subsidiary of Hazel Bishop with Joseph Marshall continuing as president of the division, Morton Ebell, Hazel Bishop president, said. LEO'S AUTO HOME SUPPLY] Lcadtof fun! 1 HORN Did You Know that we carry in stock the following car truck HORNS? · AIR HORNS [·TIGER HORNS »WOLF HORNS [·BOMBER HORNS I ·PIGGY BACK DIESEL HORNS [·MUSICAL HORNS ·MODEL A HORNS* FRENCH HORNS |-ITALIA HORNS *LACUCARACHA HORNS I ·BULL HORNS . and many more, priced right. All-rfme Soaring 20's Favoriiel 15 ! WRIGHT AUTOMOBILE AIR COOLER SALE WINDOW TYPE CAR 1 095 COOLER 12 W House Cooler PUMPS 5 COOLER PADS from 59 0 up 12 i95 HARDWARE DEPARTMENT - We carry all sizes Cooler Belts (in stock), Motors, Floats, Cooler Coating, Paint Parts. SPARK PLUG CABLE SET Water- Proof! Ends moiiture in ignitionl 6 CY. or 8CY.SET slew Autolite PLUGS....« COOL CUSHION With straps to se- cur* to back resf, RES. 7.91 SINGLE SEAT CUSHION Bucket Seat COOL CUSHION (BACK ONLY) SEAT BELT 2 s * 49 e Beit Retractors only Pr. f*JL __ I.. IRON BOARD COVER 39« IRON BOARD, PAD COVER 69c WASH-POLISH-DUST MITT 39« GARDEN SUPPLIES BAMBOO LEAF RAKES 39 SHOVELS - HOES - SPRINKLERS RAKES - RUBBER PLASTIC HOSE - INSECTICIDES P LA STK Household Items at REDUCED PRICES! NEW SHOCK ABSORIEtt SWlff, and *af ridingl Nat'l $|)« Brands f ·i ea| MOST CARS - we HISO Load Levelers Shock Springs Coi Spring Boosters Leaf Spring Load Helpers Aladdin Vacuum Bottles QT.L98 Ptl.49 SPARKPLUGS Rebuilt Set of S I 19 59' Jumper CABLES 1 98 MOTOR OILS We carry many National Brands! »PENNZOIL · QUAKER STATE R.P.M. ·TEXACO VALVOL1NE AMRI HAVOUNE SHELL OIL m o TRANSMISSION FLUID" Phillips "66" Out- Board Motor OX Shell Rotdla R.P.M.Ddo We carry Vdvoline Oil in 10 thru 70 wt. ALL PRICED LOW SPORTING GOODS DEPARTMENT Assorted FISH LURES O m ·o 5 LEAGUE BASEBALLS Slightly Imperfect /I 1.00 Value NOW ^ Children's r n STRAW HATS D3 TrwOfYlCn $ fc _ - .. STRAW HATS 98* 11 1 We Carry a Complete Line of ICECHESTS BUCKETS ^oen Fr? fill 7 P M * Other Nites till 6 P.M. · Sun. 10 A.M. till I P.M. ' LEO'S AUTO HOME SUPPLY 2823 N. Stone MAY 17, 1«« Phone 622-7637 You've got to learn to trust us. We know how it is. You expect your bag to get off the plane 30 minutes after you do. You've been brought up by the \vrong airlines. W« built American with the professional traveller Hi iiiinii. filiu. heavy fliers don't laugh off any 30-minute waits. So, we "choreographed" every baggage team American has. We plotted just where the truck should be when the plane stops. And mapped out every move for every man. And drilled each team into a crack unit that got every hag off the plane-and back to its owner--in 7 minutes. When you're after the man who buys 50 tickets a year, you sit up nights thinking about little things like this. And yet you don't have to be a heavy flier yourself to get the same treatment. The moment a Travel Agent books you on American, you'll look like a pro* fessional traveller to us. American Airlines The airline built for professional travellers. (You'll love it.)

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