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USF S A N F R A N C I S C O "Japan's multinational cor- W«dna»doy, Oct. 2, 1974 THE TIMES Son Mot«o--29 one county, often through purchase of controlling inter- Donations should be a prime est in domestic businesses, job market for our gradu- On Tuesday, Moorman ate's," says M. Michael Moorman, who will head the first college-rank 'American business school in Japan. University of San Francisco president William C. M c l n n ' e s , S . J . , h a s announced the appointment of Moorman as education director of USF-Toho Gak- uen, the newly established was the keynote speaker for, a series of luncheon talks entitled "Multinational Corp o r a t i o n s and . N a t i o n States." The series was sponsored by the World Affairs Council of Northern California at council headquarters, 406 Sutter street. The USF Tokyo director will discuss "The Nature of "Although we'll screen matics, economics, and history. "An important part of pur rationale is to provide a natural c u l t u r a l bridge for young people who want to study in the U.S.," the director says. · · · ' . · ' Moorman is bilingual himself. He studied Japanese at Indiana University while working for his MBA. While Tokyo branch of the universi-. the Relationship." t y ' s college .of business administration. The 33-year-old Hayward business professor and resident will leave in mid-October to assume the post. With him will be his Japanese- born wife, Yiikiyo Ohmo, and son Mark Musashi, age two. The school, in Tokyo's central business district, is a joint enterprise of USF and the Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS). It will offer a two-year program, with students moving to USF for Enthusiastic about the Japan." To absorb some of that esprit, he hopes eventually to potential for an American bring, students from .San business school in the Orient, Francisco to Tokyo. Moorman says he will seek to: . · Help students "think employees are said to sing a daily song, pledging their carefully for ability in Eng- lecturing: at Tokyo's Sophia efforts to the progress o f - h s h , the fact is that well ·· = ·- · · · have to adjust at first to the existence of a language-difficulty," he notes! Hence,' the .first-year stu- On arrival in Japan,' Moor-. dents will take two hours of man will begin screening English instruction daily and prospective students and four of business courses, . , n ., . t · ui U3utri;ii ¥ c 3iuuciiv* auu i u u i \jl uuamcoa \*uuioc:o, f^^i^S^f,^ organizing his faculty_and t a u g h t in Japanese but an "isolationist" culture imposed by geography and language; · Give them a thorough grounding in American management an.d m a r k e t i n g methods. He believes those are just the q u a l i t i e s needed by curriculum. USF-Toho Gak- stressing the English equiva- uen is scheduled to open with lents of business terms. The some 50 students in April second year will bring four 1975, at the start of the Japa- hours of spoken and written nese academic year. English, plus three in mathe- University in 1969-70, he translated articles, from English to Japanese, for the publication "Management Japan." . . , "I know the problem," he says. "In Japanese high schools they learn English mainly to translate, not- speak it. Those who get to an American university start with severe language handicap that multiplies their . other difficulties in adjusting socially and;culturally." advanced courses leading to Japan's, large to huge multin- a bachelor's degree. TBS is a conglomerate whose interests include education. Its educational affiliate is Toho Gakuen, or School of the Orient, which offers vocational and technical courses and now is moving into higher education, Since 1971 Moorman had been an assistant professor at California State University. Hayward. teaching man- a g e m e n t science in the school of business and economics. He has completed requirements for a University of Washington Ph.D. in business organization theory. The young scholar is an authority on the growth of firms operating in more than ational industries -- especially the ones that have set up shop in the U.S. But USF's man-in-Tokyo t h i n k s A m e r i c a n s have something to learn, business- wise, from the Japanese. Says Moorman: "You just have to look at their success stories in private enterprises abroad, employing indigenous workers, where Japan e s e m a n a g e r s h a v e developed the same kind of productivity and company loyalty you find in Japan." "They know," he says, "a lot about management motivation that Westerners have yet to catch up with. There's a story about a Japanese-run plant in Peru where the f** »'··· - nri" 1J Cram laid In Coast Economy Since last March, the Pacific Coast economy has expe- . rienced fairly steady, moderate monthly gains whi.ch ranged from plus 0.4.per cent to 1.1 per cent according to a . report issued 'today by the Bank of California. During July and. August the region's .output of goods, and services expanded at rates in the upper part of the above range. The August total was $191.45 billion (measured at a seasonally adjusted rate); this figure reflected a year's advance of 8.0 per cent in current dollar terms and a year's decline of 2.7 per cent in noninflated dollars. Forecasts indicate that the Pacific Coast region will continue to witness conservative current dollar expansion through September. , . Of the three states, Washington developed the largest August - to - August percentage increase and the highest rate of inflation of the three states. Business spending for durable equipment seems to have bolstered economic growth in the Tri-State region during July and August; however, inflation has given a large boost to the dollar outlays for capital goods. In August the region's personal income reached $154 billion -- a figure which represented a year's increase of 8.9 per cent. The manufacturing output for the Pacific Coast region rose to an August total of $45.24. billion -- 9.1 per cent ahead of a year ago. Retart sales tallied $74.02 billion for a year's gain of 10.4 per cent. PUBLIC .NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICES Mutual Funds NEW YORK AP) --The following quotations, supplied by the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc., are the prices at which these securities could have been sold (net asset value) or bought {value plus sales charge) Tuesday. Buy AGE Fnd Aam Grt .Adm Inc Adm Ins Advisrs Aetna F Sell Buy 3.56 3.63- 3.C9 3.39 2.79 3.06 6.62 7.25 3.44 3.76 4.73 5.17 . . ______ . .73 5.17 Aetna Shr 10.70 11.69 Aluture F 4,76 N.L. AIIAm Fd .28 .31 Alljtate Alpha Amcao Am Birth- Am Diver Vent 2.33 N.L. FstFd Va 6.87 7.51 Fst Investors: Disco 2.72 2.9! Grwth 1.30 4.71 Incom 5.96 6.53 Stock 5.10 5.59 Fst Mult 6.48 N.L. .Flem Bra 6.44 N.L. Forum Group: Clmb F 6.36 . . . . 100 Fd 5.75 . . . . 101 Fd- 6.02 . . . : Twer. F 4.18 ... Fnd Gth 3.29 3.60 Founders Group: Grwth 3.57 3.90 mown 8.90 9.73 Mutal 5.78 6.32 Sped 8.28 9.05 Foursa .5.61 N.L. Franklin Group: 5.96 6.01 · One "VVmS 9.93 N.L. ONelll Fd '10.35 N.L. OpoenhelTr.er Omega " · Wnr Oppert Time OTC Sec Param M Paul Rvr Pegas Fd Penn Sq Pern Mu Phlla Phoe Cap Pilgrim Grp: 4.23 4.62 9.61 10.04 5.92 6.17, 3.39 3.70 3.43 9,16 4.61 5.04 4.02 4.39 2.53 2.78 4.65 N.L. 1.11 N.L. 3.96 4.34 6.53 7.14 ADVISOR James T. Schmuck of Hillsborough has been appointed to the advisory board of the Schools of Business at the University of Santa Clara. MARKETING Christopher Orlie of San Mateo has been named MANAGER Gene Franza has been named 'manager of the manger of market devel- recently-reopened Lach- opment for United Airline's Western Division in San Francisco. man Bros. Store in downtown San Mateo. Opening ceremonies are set Oct. 11. 'ilgrlr Pllg Pilg Mag Am Eqtty Amer E unavall 7.42 8.11 2.84 3.10 9:65 -10.60 5.62 6.14 3.01 3.38 _xpress: tacit 4.01 Incme Invest ' Sped Stock Am Grth Am Insln Am Invs Am Mull AmN Gth .. 4.38 6.44 7.04 5.57 6.09 4.01 4.38 4.49 4.91 3.31 3.62 3.18 3.48 3.08 N.L. 5.79 6.33 _ . 1.54 1.68 Anchor Group: Grwtn 4.42 4.84 Incme 5.52 6.05 Resrv 10.2511.23 Soectr 2.82 3.09 Fd Inv 4.64 5.08 Wash N 7.01 7.68 Aodax Fd 4.39 4.80 Axe Hcugriton: Fnd A 3.69 4.01 4.41' 4.»3 4.1« 4.58 2.91 3.19 1.46' 1.60 8.99 9.15 4.87 5.34 2.58 2.83 6.71 7.33 5.40. N.L. DNTC Grwth Utils Incom US Gov Capit ' Equit Frkln Lfe FdF Dcp .. Fund Inc Grp: · Comm 5.8f Impoc Ind Trd Pilot Gatewy GE 58. S Gen See GrthFd A Grth Ind Guard / Hamilton: · F HDA 2.62 2.87 Grwth 3.53 3.86 Incom 4.38 4.7? Hart Gth 6.44 N.L. Hart Lev- 5.50 N.L. Hedge 4.32 . . . . Herftge ' .66 ... Hor Xrian 11.12 12.12 Mag In pine St Pioneer Fund 1$ 5.io- 1.93 2.1! 6.59 7.20 7.11 N.L. Fund: 8.07 8.82 7.04 7.69 Inv 7.?2 8.61 D.lb 8.91 Plan Pllgrlh . . Pllfrnd 4.50 1.92 Good Quarter Had Marketing T» ' » · _, Seminar By Arcata Corp. Scheduled ·Hession, Creedon, Hamlln, Kelly. Hanson Farbsttin, Altys. Professional Corporation NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND FOR J.ETTERS TESTAMENTARY No. 54780 .IN THK SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATK OF CALIFORNIA, IN AND KOR THE COUNTY OF SAN MATEO. In the Matter of the Estate of HARKY W. LEE. also known as LAI GUM-WING, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai CROCKER NATIONAL BANK has tiled herein a Petition for Probate of Will and for Letters Testamentary · bond waived), reference to which is hereby mode for further particulars, . and thut the same is hereby set for hearing by (he Court on Friday. Octo- ,. ber 11, i974, at 9:00 a.m., m the Probate Department of the above entitled Court, at the Hall of Justice and' Records. Redwood City, Californi;i. x Dated: SEPT. 25, 1974. (Seal) MARVIN CHURCH. Clerk of said Court. . By Marguerite Waggoner. Deputy Clerk. i [indorsed) Filed September 25. 1974. M A R V I N CHURCH. County Clerk. By Marguerite Waggoner, Deputy Clerk. llession, Creedon, H a m h n , Kelly, llansun Si Farbstein, Professional Corporation, 181 Second Avenue, P.O. Box i'J29. San Mateo, C a l i f o r n i a 94401. Attorneys for Petitioner. Published in San Mateo Times, September 28: October 2. 5. 1974. (3050) Joseph Balanesi, Jr.. Esq. NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND FOR ISSUANCE OF LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION WITH THE WILL ANNEXED (Northern Department) , No. 54781 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF Till': STATE OF CALIFORNIA. IN AN'U FOR THE COUNTY OF SAN MATEO. In the Matter of the Estate -of EDWARD K R I K O R I A N . Deceased. NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that M A R I K K R I K O R I A N h a s f i l e d herein a Petition, for probate of Will and for issuance of Letters of Admin-' istrotion with the Will Annexed reference to which is hereby made for f u r t h e r particulars, and t h a t the same- is hereby set for hearing by the Court on Oct. 11,1974. at 9:00 a.m., in the Department of the Judge of the above entitled Court, sitting in special session in the Northern Department, Northern Judicial District Courts Building, 1050 Mission Road, South San Francisco. California. Dated: September 24,1974. (Seal) MARVIN CHURCH. Clerk of said Court. By KAZUYO KODAKARI, Deputy Clerk. i Endorsed I Filed September 24. 1974. M A R V I N CHURCH, County Clerk. By Kaxuyo Kodakari, Deputy Clerk, .losepli Balancst. Jr.. Esq.. 924 Tara- val Street, San Francisco, California Mini. Attorney for Petitioner. Published in,San Mateo Times, September 28: October 2. 5. 1974. . (3049) PUBLIC NOTICES Carol Gonella. Any. STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE OF FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME No. 13t3» The following persons have abandoned the use of tie fictitious business name TRl-CITY BABYSITTING AGENCY at 318 South B Street, Room 10. San Mateo. California. The f i c t i t i o u s business name referred to above was filed in County on June 8:1971 LOIS A. PIAZZA. 1080 Fair Oaks. Sunnyvale, California. GAYLE 1. DANNER, 1124 Parkwood Way. Redwood City. California. This business was conducted by Partnership. /s/ By GAYLE I. DANNER. This statement was tiled with the County Clerk of San Mateo County on date indicated by file stamp. (Endorsed) Filed in the office of the County Clerk of San Mateo County, Calif.'Sept. 16. 1974. MARVIN CHURCH. County Clerk. By Sylvia Collier. Deputy Clerk. Published in the San Mateo Times, September 18, 25-, October 2. 9. 1974. (30121 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 20110 The following persons are doing business as: "PLANT WORLD" at 306A Tanforan Park Shopping Center, San Bruno. California 94066. D E N N I S DEAN MAC PHERSON. 743 Larchmont Drive, Colma. California 94015. STEVEN P. MERLO, 313 2nd Avenue, Daly City, California 94104. This business is conducted by a General Partnership. /s/ By DENNIS MAC PHERSON, General Partner. CERTIFICATION I hereby certify that the foregoing is a correct copy of the original on file in my office. (Seal) MARVIN CHURCH. County Clerk. . By Kazuyo' Kodakari. Deputy. (Endorsed) Filed in the office of the County Clerk of San Mateo County, Calif. 1 Aug. 19. 1974. MARVIN CHURCH. County Clerk. By Kazuyo Kodakari. Dep'uty Clerk. Published in San Muteo Times. September li; 18. 25: October 2. 1974. (2798) 1975 LEASE CARS All Makes ind Models NOW Being Ordered For EARLY DELIVERY See Jack Qenem R E C T O R LEAS.E 1010 CADILLAC WAV Broadway/Burlingame 347-4707 4,78 5.22 7.72 8.44 5.22 5.70 3.58 3.87 17.88 .... 4.56 N.L. 3.15 3.14 11.29 N.L. 16.64 N.L. Price Funds: Grwth 7.00 N.L. Incom 9.22 N.L. N Era 7.S6 N.L. N Horlz 4.59 N.L. Pro Fund 4.0) N.L, Prov Gth 5,26 5.75 Pru SIP 5.98 6.53 Putnam Funds: Conv Eqult - Georg Grwth Incom Invest Vista Voyag Reserve Revere Safec Eat Sa'ec Gth 7.85 8.58 5.40 5.90 9.23 10.09 6.60 7.21 6.56 7.17 5.34 5.84 5.85 6.39 6.08 6.64 l.OC N.L. unavall ·5.03 5.50 3.81 4.16 f-riy « Fnd B Stock Scien BLC Grth Babson Bayrk Fd Bayrk Gr Beacn Hil Beacn In Berk Gth Bondstk Bost Fdn Brwn Fd Burnh Fd Calvin Bui Bullck Candn Divid Natw s NY Vnt CO Fund CG Incm Cap Pr\»s Centry Sh Chall Inv Channing Amer Balan Bond · Eo Grt Eq Pro Fd Am Grwth Incom Prov Spccl Vent Chart Fd J.OT t.ui 5.73 6.23 4.42 4.93 3.12 3.39 6.44 7.M 6.75 C.L. 4.29 4.69 3.44 3.76 5.98 N.L. 6,72 N.L. 2.16 2.36 ·3.13 3.42 6.51 7.11 1.83 1.89 7.16 N.L. lock: 8.29 9.0S 8.02 t.78 2.25 2.47 6.66 7.29 7.61 8,33 6.06 6.55 6.74 7.29 96.01 . . . . 6.76 7.39 6.10 6.67 Funds: .84 .92 6.99 7.64 7.22 7.89 4.64 5.07 1.70 1.86 4.66 5.09 3.00 3.28 5.10 5.57 2.82 3.08 1.04 1.14 4.38 4.79 7.28 7.95 ISI Group Grwth Incom Trus sh Trus un Imp Cap Imp Gth IncF Am Inc Bost Industry INTGN Int Invst Inver Gth ICA . Inv Guid Inv Indie Inves Bos 3.88 4.24 3.59 3.92 13.49 14.74 3.64 . . . . 6.26 6.84 5.14 5.62 10.40 11.37 4.91 5.38 1.21 ... 5.82 6.29 15.42 16.90 1.71 N.L. 8.69 9.50 4.30 N.L, 1.79 . . . . 7.16 7.83 Chase Gr Bos: Fund 4.35 4,75 Frt Cap 2.88 3.15 Shrhld 4.91 5.37 Spec! 3.54 3.87 Chemicl 6.04 6.60 CNA MaemtFds: Liby Fd 2.99 3.27 Man Fd 1.97 2.15 Schust ' " ' Schu Sp Colonial: Cnvrt Equty Fund Grwth Incom Vent Colu Grtn Cwlth. AB Inv Counsel: Capm 5.87 6.43 CaDit G 1.92 2,10 Capit S 3.04 3.33 investors Group: IDS Grt 3.22 . IDS ndi · Mutl Prog Stock Select Var Py Inv Resh Ittel Ivy JP GrthF Janus F John Hancock: Bond 16.8718.34 Grwth 4.16 4.52 Signat 5,60 6.09 Jonnsth 13.49 N.L. Keystone Funds: 2.95 3.21. 6.34 6.89 2.02 2.19 11.71 12.73 8.01 8.62 4.31 4.68 4.05 4.43 15.37 15.85 4.51 N.L. 6.42 6.98 13.89 N.L. Scuddcr Funds: Int- Inv 9,62 N.L. Sped 15.26 N.L. Balan 10.25 N.L. Com St 5.96 N.L. Sbd Levr 3.41 3.74 Security Funds: Equty 2.27 2.49 Invest 4.51 4.94 Ultra 4.15 4.55 Selected Funds: Sol Am 4.80 N.L. Sel Opp 5.36 N.L. Sel Spl 8.73 N.L. Senl Gfh 6.52 7.09 Sentry F 8.71 9.47 Shareholders Gp Cmstk 2.48 .Entrp 3.65 Flet Fd .2.80 Horbr 5.91 Legal 4.32 Pace 5.00 Shearson Funds: Apare 12.3613.51 Incom 14.1015.41 Invest 6.51 7.11 · Sherm D- 8.95 N.L. Side Fd 6.28 6.88 Sigma Funds: 4,15 4.54 6.31 6.90 "" " iigmi Capit Invest Trust Vent SB Eqty SB lGr SoGen Inl Sw Invs Swln Gt Sover Inv Spectra F SP IntD 4.31 4.79 4.12 4.50 7.14 7.80 1.64 1.79 7.41 8.10. 3.3» 3.80 7.55 8.25 1.63 1.78 8.4, N.L. 2.44 2.68 16.53 17.30 15.98 17.52 6.52 7.14 5.33 5.84 3.39 3.72 12.16 13.32 5.91 6.48 4.24 4.65 1.92 2.11 1.99 2.18 4.00 4.39 4.22 4.62 . .69 . 1.0! 1.09 3.55 3.88 3.24 3.55 6.39 6.95 5.25 5.71 6.53 N.L. 6.25 6.75 3.66 N.L. 5.84 N.L. 8.02 8.66 4.01 4.38 4.02 4.39 .2.48 . . . . 4.52 N.L. 40.93 N.L. Cwlth C Comp Gr Comp Ca Comp Bd Comp Fd Concord Cons Inv Constel G Cont Mut Ctry Cap Crn WDiv Crn WDal Dallas Fd Davge Fd OeVegh .. Delaware Group: Decat 7.16 7,|3 Delaw 6,44 7.04 Delta 2.65 .2.90 Dlr Cap 2.18 3.15 Dodg Cox 9.% N.L. Drexel 6.61 N.L. Dreyfus Grp: Dr«yl 7.J4 7.93 Eqult "· 3.07 .3.28 Levge 9.5* 10.50 Llq" As 10.01 .... Spl Inc 5.95 6.52 TMrd C 6.19 (..78 - EE Fd 2.25 N.L. Eagle Gr 5.05 5.53 . EaFonS, Howard: Balan 6.27 4.85 Apollo - CUS Bl Cus B2 Cus B4 CUS K.1 Cus K2 CUS SI CUS 52 CUS S3 CUS S4 Polar Knlckb Knick Gt Land Gth LD Edle Lexington Grp: · Cp T-dr 9.88 10.98 Lex Gr 4.03 4.40 · Lex Rh . 9.00 9.84 Life Ins 4.03 4.40 Line Ntl 3.9* 4.35 Loomis Sayles: Capit-.- 7.01 N.L. Mut 9.35 N.L. Lord AbDett: Atfiltd 4,77 5,16 A Bus 2.20 2.38 Bnd Db 7.93 8.67 Lutheran Bro: Fund 7.09 7.75 Inccm 7.78 8,50 · US Gov 9.91 10.83 Massschusett Co: - Freed 5.60 6.14 ·14 Sinjv a!4i Indep 5.16 5.65 Mass 7.61 8.34 Mass Flnancl: 5.97 6.52 4.48 4.90 6.65 N.L. 7.40 N.L. 8.10 8.48 4.70 5.08 3.20 3.46 7.27 7.96 2.60 N.L. .... 4.05 N.L. State BondGr: Com F 2.73 2.98 - - ' 3.J6 3.56 2.65 2.90 2.92 N.L, 6.39 N.L, 26.61 26.97 Funds: 2.09 N.L. .90 N.L, :94 N.L. 5.39 N.L. Fds: 12.29 N.L. 5.24 N.L. 8.10 N.L. Inv: 3.92 4.30 5.83 6.39 5.07 5.:" 4.29 4.'.. 5.77 6.31 unavall 5.69 6.11 DOIUM Grwth Incom Spec! Stock ED1E Spl Egret Gt Eltun Tr FalrtTd F'aVm Bu Fed Reg Fidelity C Bond Caplt Contfd Conv . Dstny. Essex · Evrst Fidel . Purlin .Salem Trend- · FlnrtcKI .. DyriA Indust Incom v.ti 0.9? 5.64 6.16 4.59 5.02 . 3.97 4.34 6.36 6,95 11.-19 N.L. 7.56 1.22 8 96 8.11 N.L. 5.01 5.41 5.65 N.L. .4.91. .... iroup: 7.W 8.35. '5.7!i · 6. 58 ' 6 27 .... 5.40 .... 4 ^ 4 69 7.75 8.47 10.CO .10.93 7,(4 7.67 tin. J.73 , 13, Hi 14.42 Prog : 2.47 N.L. 2.:i3 N.L. 4.1I5 N.L. MIT MIG MID · MFD "MCD ' Mates ·Mathers Mid AM Won Mkt MONY F MSB Fd Mut Bgrt ·MIF Fd MIF Gth M QmaG M Omahl Mut Shri Mut Trst NEA Mut 7.17 7.84 6.59 7.20 9.11 10.72 7.45 8.14 8.64 9.44 1.23 N.L. 6,19 N.L. 3.13 3.64 1.00 N.L. fcj? 4:? 5.66- 6.20 5.46 5.90 2.33 2.52 3.24 3,52 6.M 7.13 14.80 N.L. 1.68 N.L.. 5.69 N.L. 6.24 N.L. Ser: 5.83 6.37 3.77 4.1! 2.57 2.81 3.68 4.02 4.49 4.91 3.90 5.15 Div Fd Prog F StFrm Gt S Frm In State St Steadman Am Ind ASSO F Invest Ocean Stein Roe Balan Cap O Stock Supervisd Grwth Incom Sumlt Tech Survey F Temp Gt Trns C»p Trav Eq Tudr Hed TwnC Gt TwnC Inc USAA Gt US GovSe USLIFE ' Apex Balan ComSt Unit Mut · Unlfund Union Svc Broad Nat Inv U CaD Union United Funds: Arcata National Corp. of Menlo Park has experienced . first quarter fiscal 1975 earnings which should be the highest first quarter in the corporation's history, president and chief executive officer J. Frank Leach said Tuesday. . . "We estimate that earnings for the quarter ended Sept. 30 will be about 45 cents per share, up from the 38 cents per share earned for the like period a year ago. "This marks the fifth consecutive quarter of improved earnings performance vs. the year-ago period. "This earnings increae comes on an estimated 20 per cent increase in sales over the $54 million reported for the first quarter of fiscal 1974." At a meeting in Chicago with a group of security analysts and institutional investors, Leach said, "Today Arcata is a new company with a different management, a different operating philosophy, a different business emphasis and a different strategy for future growth -- a company whose future cannot be judged adequately by its past." Leach said, "We now are concentrating on two-basic industries'-- printing and printed products, and redwood. "The results are encouraging. For the fiscal year ended June 30 our operating earnings were the highest in the corporation's history." . Bell Expands in Burlingame Bell Savings Loan Association,-headquartered in San Mateo, with 10 branches in the Bay Area, celebrated 'the completion of expansion of the Burlingame branch at 1841 El Camirio Real Tuesday. Festivities Tuesday featured the guest appearance of Giant's second baseman Tito Fuentes, .and the blue grass music of the Salty Dog. Show time started at twelve noon. A one-day seminar-on marketing techniques and ·strategies useful for Bay Area electronic industries competing in today's inflationary economy will be held at Bechtel International-. Center, Stanford. 'University, on Friday, .Oct. 11. Lecturers include two professors from -the Stanford Graduate School of Business, an industrial marketing specialist and a consultant in international management. The institute, which has a policy of participating in the technical activities of its . local community, is beginning a series of programs in management education for small and medium size businesses. The following lectures will be held: · Inflation, the national economic summit and trends of the Bay^ Area economy, by Dr. Myra Strober, Assistant Professor of Economics at the Graduate School of Business. · : · Inflation and its impact on the marketing function, by Kerry M. Crosson, director of marketing planning, Barnes-Hind Pharmaceuti- A great economy tire buy! Detroiter Super nylon 4-ply tires Bell patrons and friends are invited to visit the Burlin- cals Inc. Sunnyvale. r , _ . .. . . i . i . . . _ ·' IUoy*irarincr IT game Branch open house to share in the expansion celebration between 2 and 4 p.m., Oct. 1st through 5th. Bell Savings, with more than $135 million in assets, was chartered as a California savings and loan association in 1886. The association has 10 Bay Area branch offices with plans for other openings during 1974. Bell is a subsidiary of Pacific Coast Holdings, Inc., of San Francisco. ' - . Marketing management techniques, by Professor Robert T. Davies, Kresge Professor of Marketing, Graduate School of Business. · Environmental aria- lysis-of trends in electronic technology markets, by Ayola N,' Akonteh, president of the Akonteh Institute. IK -Nail Ind Nat Secur Balan Bond Dlvid Grwth Pf Stk · Incom Stock NE Lite Fund: Eqult 10.56 11.50 Grwth Incom . Sloe Neuw Cit Neuw Fd ·New · P*r New Wld Newton ·· Nlchls Fd Noreast Accm Bond Con Gr Con Inc Incom Sclcn Vang nit Sv Vanto · TN V»r-ln- P Vlklna Wall St.. G Wah M Welng Eq Welllngtn Group: . Exp'r 12.951 I vest 5.16 6.37 U.il 13.92 9.25 JOlOS 3.76 . . -5 61 10.46 IMS · 7.47 8.16 8.69 $.50 7.4J N.L. 12.37 N.L.. Morg TrUsI ' Wcllsl Welltn WesfB Wlndr W«t Ind W«M Grt Wise Fd PRICES!!!! SMALLCARS Size Price Size Price B78-13 11.38 D78-13-14,88 MEDIUM CARS Size Price Size Price F78-14 16.88 G78-14 16.88 G78-15 18.88 LARGECARS Size Price Size Price H78-14 18.88 H78-15 18.88 FOREIGN CARS Size Price Size Price 16.88 17.88 19.88 All prices plus F.E.T. of 1.40 to 2.82. Blackwall prices . . . please add 3.00 for whitewalls. HUSKY 5-RIB TREAD for good wear, traction and cornering. ROUNDED SHOULDERS for good mileage and steering response. 600-12' 560-13 560-15 520-13 17.88 600-13 17.88 600-15 19.88 4.04 4.43 6.96 . 4.38 6.57 7.20 7. . 3.91 4. 3.13 3.... Unlt Svcs 4.34 N.L. Value Line Fd: Val Li · 3.75 4,11 Incom 3.05 3.34 'Lev Grt 3.69 4.04 Spl Sit , 1.89 2.07 Vance Sanders: Invest 4.86 5.31 Comm 4.46 4.87 Spec! · . 4,10 4.41 V»ndrbt -2.15 N.L. -- 4.94 . . 7 . 2.33 2.53 3.55 N.L. 3.9« 4.35 8.14 8.90 6.01 N.L. -..- 14.15 4.75 5.19 6.65 7.27 6.55 7.16 9.5910.1 7.41-1.11.70 9.51 4.96 5.4? 1.62 .1.71 4.51 4.91 l IS N.L'.- No load (sales charge) The Detroiter steel radial whitewalltire RAISED WHITE STRIPE for beauty and protection against curbing. TWO FULL STEELBELTS for impact and bruise protection.' ' POLYESTER CORD BODY for a strong, resilient, smooth, quiet riding tire.. 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