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CombEn 2.40 com! cfi.TO ComiSofv .40 comlSol pf.90 ComwEd Won lAoor McCpr JP Jalco Ch .60 «larcoScl .60 JashuaCp .44 NatAirlin t 2.1 «atcSl? 1. •ia 4atci _ . _*/8 11 38% 23 67% 22% 19% 44% — % 2B'/4 — 'A 2% + % V4 44- % 45>/4 33% ..... 99% + Vt 76% 4- % 69% ..... + Vt 108% — 36'/4 — 30'/4 — Vt 127 24% 24% 24% — 1/4 10 5)1/4 29% 29V2 — % _ 1 _54% 54% 54% ..... »vj 3c> 7/ * +}1 : ComputSc Comsat Cone Mills l ConracCp .60 Con Ed is 1.80 ConEdis pf 6 Conldls j>f 5 ConE pfC4.65 Con Foods 1 ConFd pM.50 ConFreiaht l .onNatG 1.76 onsPwr 1.90 ltr .80 rlln .80 ker l Note 1 AmBdcst 1.60 23% — % 27 27 — 1/2 & V >28% — V2 201/4 20% — '/4 Gent Gyps 2 yps pf4.50 Am Can 2.20 Cin pf 1.75 Am Cem .60 A Chain 1. Am Cons .7 tedlt 1-.40 Dow-Jones closing averages High Low Close 933.66 921.39 30'/2 67% — % 30V4 + 1/2 40% — % + V4 36% + 46'/2 — 1/4 w pf4.50 ContAlrL .50 % 18% -1% 67% + Vt 15% — 48 — Vi Starc . JafSfeel 2.50 • nd iimmPre Cont Can 2.20 Cont COPP .30 Cont CP 1.60 ContCp pf2.50 CtMtqe 1.128 - 10p Stocks 30 Industrials Change -3.62 -0.30 -0.35 ea .80 JatUnEI .90 {atqmn .25 Jepfune .74 JevPow 1.08 ry 1. 2.36 ewmnt 2.60 A Enka 1.50a AmHolst .70 l<emt 1.40 •A'H 20 Railroads 15 Utilities 65 Stocks 242.98 130.14 323.97 240.11 128.39 319.84 80% — 1% 33% + V 10% t % 3J./4; 1/4 13 1721/4 172V4 — 89% 89% — /4 46 — 321.78 - 0.92 Cont Tel .68 Control Data CnDat pf4.50 "onwod 1.80a lookCoff .50 :ooperi " ;ooper cocelanS l.» ml« imucker iolaBasle Sop Lin !. SCarEO 1. ioJerG 1. HwastPS 1. soucalE 1.40 Standard and Poor's 500 index Stocks 425 Industrials 20 Railroads 55 Utilities 500 Stocks High 110.62 50.70 66.01 101.30 Low 109.04 50.02 65.11 99.87 Close Change 109.95 - .11 50.37 + .08 65.50 - .10 100.68 - .10 44 50% — % 23% — Vt 26% — Vt 38 4- V4 252 4-4 26 — % 14% 44% — Vt _ 7/, 8% .. 28 + 34% - 1/8 781/4 62% — 1% 44'/2 50% 23% 26 37% 247 25% 14'/j 44V« 543/4 18% 27 — 1/4 25% — 1/4 34% — % 61% —1% SJl/4 .. 43% — 1/4 120 +1V CoppRge ,50b CopwIStl 1.20 ., ^orfolkWst ^orrislnd .8 ^oAmCar 1 MmCoai .60 JorAmPhll l AmSoAfr .70 AmSAfr fn.70 Am Std l AmStd pf4.75 AmSteril .48 A Sugar 1.60 ASuo pfA2.65 mSUB pf .68 Am Tobac 2 AmWWks .56 AW pref 1.25 AW4.1pf 1.43 Zinc tek la act ioulnG SouNGas 1.40 Sou Pac 1.80 Sou Ry 2.8da >ou Ry pf 1 iwest Alrmot CortnthB .079 Pd 1.70 :oronetln owles .50 8 ox B ocas .50 rane 1.60b CrompKn .80 CrouseHIn Ib ol 1.5H rown Cork ">wnZe z pf< * 3,7%- 16V4 25'/4 — % 12% 23'/4 23% 23Va 23% + % 12% 43% . 50% 51 — % 21 - 27% — Vi 29'/8 — 48 —1 10% ... % + Vl — Vl 14% + 1/4 17V2 — Vt 241/2 22% iwext PS .64 ipartan Ind New York Stock Exchange index Close Change 56.36 - 0.03 sperry Hut 1 SperryR .22g sprague. .40 IngsMill JONG pfs tor Pac 2.60 oStaPw 1.60 Stocks in the spotlight NEW YORK (AP) - Sales, Cont Air L 104,200 closing price and net change McDonn D 97,100 Amerada SouCalEd Cummin .80b CunnDrug .70 CurtlssWrt 1 JSPw Pf3.60 Jorthrop J Curt Wr A 2 Cutler H 1.20 :yclops 1.80 CyprusM 1.40 36 96,900 111% 95,700 Brunswk 83,200 Roan Sel Tr 82,000 Occidn Pet 75,800 Benguet 72,900 LFCFinanl 72,300 TwentCent 69,400 of the 15 most active stocks traded on the New York Stock Exchange: Gen Tire 882,800 Mid So Ut 260,400 East Air L 215,800 Am T&T 114,000 Marcor Inc 112,200 39% + % 391/4 _ 1/4 44V4 — V4 n Rlv 1.20 am Co 2. aycoCp 1. ayco pf4. ay PL 1 21 14% 42% 17% 15Vi 33% mon osim pfi.«0 * 59% 59% — % 25% 251/4 251/4 — 1/4 " " 24 -2'4 22% + 24% + 52 7 /s + 55% eere Co 2 Jel'PwLt 1.08 11 7S5 jfl 290 301/4 10 461/a 45 — Z350 2350 , 3eltec Int wl >ennMfg .60 jennMfg pf] J Jccldent .80b OccldPet pf4 OccidP pf3.60 )ccldP pf2.16 >gden Cp .80 iterlDrug .70 terio ftl.50 Stevens/ 2.40 Hr «SV4 65V4 —1% 541.4 54% +1 43 43 H- 1/4 3214 32% — % 15% 15% — V4 44% 45% + % 18 18% ..... 41% 43% H-2-tfe tewWar 1.6$ toke VanC I 26% — % 105% ± 60 — i/a 182 +4 691/2 69% —1 27% 28W + % ran .40 Assoclnv 1,40 - Chds.) 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FruehCp 1.7 Fuqua Ind 57 38% 104~"4~/2 GAP - CP am SVo 1.30 amS pfi.75 amS pfl.69 annett .65 Gar Wood Denv fl'/l 28% 36% — >/4 32% - % 35% H- % 32% — 39% H- Vl T/t — Vt 3'/4 — % V« — Vi 1% — y! Vi 1/4 — V4 15% —Vi % H- V 41% + '•>/. McCro Pf McCrory McDerm Ib Donald C Mc cDonnO cGrEd 1. McGHII McGregA 18'/4 79 25'/2 —11/2 29% — '/e 7 Vi — Vi MercanS.10 ' Phoeali, Pri,, April 4,iftt in river of money By DON 0. CAMPBELL nd Ftottdftl Editor Sometime In the wet hours of Sunday morning, fhe Jolly Easter bunny will come skulking Into town, pummeling an occasional Doberman pinscher into meek submission, and mugging a few patrolmen caught off-guard on their lonely:: tour of duty. His mission: To plant a dozen or «o gaily colored Easter eggs around thu family yard which, within an hour after their discovery, will be ground into the living room carpet with the thoroughness of a dentist packing a hollow wisdom tooth. By noon Sunday the family; cat will have shredded a half dozen cotton chickens Under the mistaken im« pression that she has stumbled on '$.'':. fortune in catnip mice, and Rover— with two dozen jelly beans under his belt- will be begging to go outside to eat grass. Campbell . - . . ,. ,. , As far removed from the religious^ significance of Easter as the Chipmunks are from the spirit"'" of Christmas, this annual traffic in bunny-inspired toys, : candy, cards, clothes, gee-gaws and gimmicks is still jr; major factor in spring retailing. AND PHILOSOPHERS, if they wish, may make something of the fact that it is the pagan end of Easter, rather than the Christian end, that makes all the money. As !• usual, • discount store clerk said here yesterday,;:: candy— in one noxious form or another— remains the run-: away bestseller this year, and the range is all the way from the traditional egg-shaped jelly bean to full-scale replicas" of crouching rabbits sculptured out of living milk chocolate :: and guaranteed to inflame the most dormant case of acne. And, while boxed candy was at one time as closely identi- : fied with Easter as lacy love missives were with Valentine's.' Day, these have yielded to the prewrapped basket as the; biggest selling "packaged" Easter present. LINED WITH PAPER "grass" and festooned with a baf^;; fling array of candy eggs, chicken and rabbit shaped cotton ; toys and miscellaneous attractions, the baskets, generally,range in price from about 49 cents for a Spartan model, ; to $3.95 for a version that does everything but light up in the dark. ^ In terms of specific volume, another discount house clerk . guessed, the two biggest sellers in the candy-egg line art-the highly colored, sugar-coated eggs, which range in pric*" from about 1 to 10 cents apiece and taste like a Styrofoaih°Z life r.aft, and the familiar chocolate-covered marshmallow egg with its texture that is slightly reminiscent of a eraser. ' '' ; • • ' • : ^^ The whole irony of the multimillion-dollar Easter gimmick : business, of course, is that the symbolism being hawked- about town with such zeal this week has about as much t<££ do with Easter as it does with General Motors' annual ref^ port. It actually has its roots in spring festivities that pre-date Christianity by many centuries. ~~ THE EGG GOT INTO the act througi the simple trans?;;; ference of its symbolism as a sign of fertility to the synvj holism of spring, itself, as a time of reproduction— a point that is, perhaps, soft-pedaled if it pops up among the kiddies;: this weekend. •r, in Unfortunately, the rabbit's role in all this horseplay isn't " quite as easily explained, although in terms of fertility, ; the buck-toothed rodent admittedly has a track record that 0 can't be lightly dismissed. As far as can be determined^ " however, the ancient Egyptians were -apparently the first to tie the rabbit— or the Un— into their spring rituals as «,;; symbol of whatever it was they were trying to prove. "^ • . i U n And we, must assume that, at some point in Egyptian his-". tory, a harrassed father dismissed his child's probing ques- - tions about the presence of the spring eggs around the house = with the off-hand explanation that "the Easter Un brought. , them.",; ... . •;• .. •:.; •• • ;•;;.- .-;;: PAGAN-INSPIRED or not though, this aspect of Easter" represents the only celebration the world has that ushers^ in a specific season— a season that has become synonymous 1 : with purity, freshness and new beginnings. And if, in the celebration of it, a few million dollars are,:; spent in the foolishness of provoking gastic distress via^_; chocolate eggs, it may be a cheap price to pay. •"- . end and salts n full r— Ex rights., V* !R. w»<rnt». XeroxCp l.M Xfra |nc xn « m vp*viw-+\& 'fjftr mn z-sale* li» full. Ex . l»— Ex distribu- ights., .xw— Without war- hen dli- »xt day . cia—callad. x-Ex dlvfdend, ull. x-dl» s., .xw . <;rjnt». wl-When isSued. nd '' . y —in bankruptcy or recelverthto rOf being reorganized 'under the Bankruptcy irlttes issumed bv such eonjr , —.._ , 5SUf iub | eet |g i£ Over the counter Jayjer:, A.7. Marfaits .60 apifal Southwest Corp. .40 2Bfe l D«JLPfflKl«»f«i« i

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