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Page 30-THE HERALD. Provo. Utah. Sundav. April 6. 1975 Market Quotes Furnished by Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Inc., 43 N. University Ave DOW JONES AVERAGES Friday, April 4, 1975 30 Industrails 747 26, -4 93 20 Transportation 161 63. -1 51 15 Utilities 78.10. -09 65 Stocks 234 44. -I 52 AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE OPEN CLOSE Brad Ragan Inc I6- 1 * I6H Day Mines 6'.4 5 1 * Federal Res 2'4 2 3 ^ Frontier Airlines 4 V 4 4 r 4 Giant Yellowknife 10% 10 New Park 2% 2'<i Skaggs Drug 18'i 18'4 Syntex 38'4 3D'4 lit Ida Sug. Didn't Trade OVER THE COUNTER RIO ASK First Security 30*« 31 "4 Zions 12 i2 l 4 Signetics 7% 7 n * NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE OPEN CLOSE Albert snni Black f.- Decker Boise Cascade Rraniff Air Deseret Pharm (Jen Refractories ('o Gen Tele it Ele Hercules. Inc Kregge l.ibby Owehs Ford McDonalds Mountain Fuel Supply Merck & Co Northwest Pipe Thieiknl Ut Internal Xerox 29 '4 29^1 14"4 14 17 17 7'* 7H II 1 * 11 '* 10 iO 20»t 20'H 22 5 * 22H 24% 25 !8'i I8'i 45H 47 "4 30 1 /, 29 3 * 70 Vi 70 "4 16 18'4 12". nVi 58'» 59 "4 67 67^4 14 14 Closing Over the Counter Stocks Furnished by Brown Securities Alasco Cameo Millings Energy Federal Gold Gold Heel Gold Standard Health Garde Hikn Hell January Mercury Metals Mineral Energy Micron Mtn Sts lies Navsat Rex Montis Rocky Mtn Silver Metals Spanallen Turn a Vallck Western United DROWN SECURITIES DID 250 055 800 10 30 1 00 08 (115 (17 04 62 36 fi2 045 015 45 035 2.12 .05 ASK 300 07 850 01 12 34 I 25 10 02 08 045 7!) 39 87 055 025 .55 .045 237 07 INTERMOHNTAIN STOCK EXCHANGE BID Bristol Silver Mines 21 Canyonlands Uranium 035 Chief Consolidated Mines 1.25 Clayton Silver Mines .87 Colorado Cons. Mines 08 Combined Metals, Inc 04 Cornel Coalition Mines .43 Comstock Tunnel 52 Com. Tel. Inc .M5 Cons. Eureka Mining .15 Crescent General Corp. .07 Croff Oil Co. .22 Crown Point Cons. Mng. .30 Dragon Cons. Mining .29 East Utah Mining Co. .33 Empire Mines Co. .05 Eureka Bullion Mining .04 Eureka Standard Cons. .28 Golconda Corp. 3.62 Gold Chain Mining .15 Great Western Mines .30 Justhelm Petroleum .44 Love Oil Corp. 1.25 Louisiana Pacific Res. .25 ASK .24 045 1.50 .95 08 .05 .45 .65 .5 .16 10 .24 .37 .30 .37 .09 .07 .38 3.87 .17 .32 .48 1.40 .35 Mammoth Mining Co 1.75 3.00 Moviematic Industries .15 25 Newpark Resources 2 00 2.25 New Quincy Mining 09 .13 North Lily Mining .82 .90 Park City Cons Mines 14 .15 Par, Park Premier Mining 05 .08 Petro-Silver Inc 02 03 Prince Cons Mining 09 .10 Sage Oil Co 4.50 5.50 South Standard Mng 75 .82 Standard Metals Corp 4.82 5.00 Teletrans Industries 08 .10 Tlntlc Mineral Res. 28 .33 Triton Corporation 20 40 United Park City Mines 2 12 2.37 Utah Cons Mng Mill 03 05 Utah-Ida Sugar 1750 800 Utah-Wyo Cons Oil 65 75 Western Gcoth .10 .16 WorldCom, Inc 18 .25 Metal Changes Tin. N Y prompt Gold Prices NKW YORK i UPI I - Foreign and Domestic gold pricis Friday U)NIK)N Morning fixing 174.60 down 1 00 Afternoon firing 173.65 down 1.95 PAIUS I free market i 177 75 down 1 80 KHANKKUHT 175 38 down I 23 ZURICH 173.50 downZ.SO NEW YORK Hnndy and Ihrman. noon 173 65 down I 95 Rtgcihard Rise price for refining settling and unfabricatcd gold 174 15 down 1 .95 per troy ounce. Selling price, fabricated gold 178.50 down 2 00 per troy ounce. Closing Stocks AbbottL 1.44 65-54 AdamsMiili3 AircoInc.9014-MOff5-8 AlcanAl 1.20 20-54 Off 1-4 AllegCp.45d8-34 AllidChl.8035-l-20ifW AllisCha .268-340(11-8 Alcoa 1.34 36 Off 1-4 AMAX 1.75 40-M Off 1 AmHcs.30gl6-l-80ffM Am Airlines 8-l-20ff 1-4 ABrand2.6839Up34 A Can 2.20a 32-3-4 Off 54 AmCyanl-l-226UpN Am Motors 5-7-8 AmNGs2.54350ffl-4 Arrfimlt 1-1-21644 Off 1-4 Am Stnd. 8012-14 Up 1-8 AmTiT3.40 48-1-4 Off 1-2 AMF In 1.2415-14 Anacnd 1.2016-3-4 Ariz PS 1.3613*8 Armcol.60a29-l-2Upl4 Arms Ot .92 24-1-4 Off 1-2 AshlnOil 1-1-218-74 Up 1-8 AtlRichf 2-1-281-14 Up 14 AvooCbrp4-340ffl4 BabiWil.8016 Basiclnc.609-140ff34 Bcckmn.5031-3-lUp34 BdlHwl.8414-140ffl-2 Bendix 1.80 30-1-2CXI1-2 BethSteel2a33-74Upl4 BobbieBrks2-14 Boeing .8021-14 Up 34 Bordenl.30220ffl-4 BorgW 1.3516-54 Up 14 BrisMyl.6057-7-«OffM Brunswk .4012-74 BuddCo.809-34 Buirgh.s.6087-34Upl4 CanPac.82d 15-1-4 Off 14 CaterTrl.8063-14Up34 CBS1.4644-740ffl4 Cdanse 2.80 29-34 Up 14 CerroCl.2014-1-2 Chessie2.10320ffl4 Chrysler Cp 10-14 Off 14 atSrv2.40g 37-7-8 Up 1-8 CocaCol 2.30 74-34 Off 34 Colgate .68 28-34 Up 14 Col Gas 2.06 26-l-2UpI4 ComSv 1.40 43-1-2 CmwKd2.3023-340fl34 Oanm Sat 135-1-4 Off I-I Coi Ed 30611 GcnsmPw214-74 CbntlAL10k5-MOffl-« CntlCanl.8025-l-2Up54 ContintlOil 244-140ff 54 Coop In 144 35-1-2 CPC Intl 2 39-34 Up 14 Crown21.80320ff54 QjrtissWA220-l-20(f 1-2 Cyclopl40a 21-14 Off 14 Durtln.60gx22-140ffl2 DaytonH 6012-14 Del Edis 1.4510-1-2 Diamdlntl 228-1-2 Disney ,12g 50-1-2 Up2-54 Dow Oil 40 72-34 Draw 1.60 30-34 DuPunt l-14b 101 Up 14 DuqneL 1.7215-34 Eastern Ajr5-l-20ff 14 EastK156a89-140ff54 FJPasCl 1012-14 Up 14 KUraCp 160 25-33 Of (3-8 Fjtexlnl2018 Esmark 140 25-34 (Xf 14 EUiylCl.20 32-1-8 Up 14 Evans Prod 5-14 KxCell0113-14Upl-4 Exxon l-14b 70-34 Off I Fansteel.409-14 RndKed 5k 10-1-8 (Xfl-4 Hrstne 1.1017-1-8 Offl-8 FMCCp. 9214-54 FoodFar.204-340ffl4 FordMo 3.20 35-14 Off 1-2 HVeptM 1.60 26-54 Off 14 Fruehufl.80150ff34 GenATr 1.8031-34 Off 1 GenCabi.729-34 GoiDynani 33-1-2 Up 1-14 QiHec 1.60 45-1-8 Off M GnFood 140 22-34 Off 14 GenMpt.eOb 40-14 Off 1-2 GoiI J ort.806-l-20ff34 GTE1.8020-140ffl4 GaPac.aOt;38-l40ff74 QJtette 1.50 30-1-2 Off 14 Goodricl.l21S-l-20ffl4 Goodyr 1.1017-14 Grant WT 4-54 Up 14 Great A&P 9-34 GMU2.92b25UpJ4 Gryhdl.Wa 11-54 Off 14 Gulf Oil 1.7019-34 Off 14 , HeJnzH1.28460ffl4 HoffFJectn 4-1-4 Off 14 HollySug3a28-14 Homstake 14444 Of f?.-74 I!onywll.4028-14Upl4 HousLP 1.56 22-3-8 Of (3-8 Idaho P 1.96 26-14 Up 14 IdealBasic 115-74 Up 14 IllCcnln 1.3013-1-4 Off 14 IngRnd24874-I-20ff34 InldStl2.40a 39-34 Off 1-2 IBM Corp 6196 InUfarv 170 24-54 Off 1-2 lntNckl.40a24-34Upl4 InUPaper242-14Upl4 IntT&T 1.5219-34 Off 14 JohnMvl.2020-140ffl4 KaisrAll.2023Upl-4 Kcncott 2.60 35-34 Up34 KerrMcG 176-14 Off 14 Knight R.5428Off 1-2 Kopper2.40490ffl4 Kraftco 1.92 39-14 Off 14 Kresge 22 25 Up 14 Kroger 1.3621-14 l£hValmd 1-1-8 I jgg My 2-1-2 28-74 Off 14 IJUonln2-l-2i6-34Upl4 Lockheed 6-M Off M LTV Corp 14-74 lAiknStl 1.40 25-14 Off 14 Magrcivox 6-1-8 Up 1-1 Mar Oil 1.80 32-14 Off 14 Marcor!ncl21-!-20ffl4 MarshF 1.24 25-74 Off 14 McDanD.4010-540ff34 MG Ml 14-74 Off 34 MidSoU1.2613-l-2Upl4 MobilOI340;r7-340ffl4 MoiL.san2.4055-14l'p54 Mont»k2.0K26Up34 MunPwl.8023 Motorola.7049-140ff34 MStTcll.52l9(Xf 14 Nabisco 2.30 33(Xf 34 NatlCan 5311-l-2CXf 14 Nil Distil.2014-34 fflf 34 NU Gyp 1.0512-1-8 Off 3-4 NatStl2-l-2<i38-M(Xf3-l NCRCp.7226-l-2UpI4 NiagMol 1810-14 NLIndust 113-74 Of (14 NorfdkWs56i(Xfl-2 NoNtGs31056-l40ff 14 NoStPwl.8421 -14 Off 14 Northrpl60270ffl4 NwstAirl 4518-14 NwHanl6037-l-2Upl-2 OimCpl2018-34(Xfl4 Otis FJ 2 20 30-34 (Xf 14 OutbdM 12017-74 Up34 OwuiCK 8833-l4(Xfl-N Ovwjtlll 172 38-5-8 Off 1-8 l l dc(iisl8820(Xf 14 PiicJVr 1 60 17 14 Iji I Ji P;iii Am An 4 l\imC«iirl 7-8()ff 18 IViineyl 16x52IMOff I 1-8 IVruiPl. I 80 18 IXiuwil 1 2U18 Off 14 IVt*iG)l 405BI«(Xf54 PfiaT 7&I3I-I4 MullpMu 9(M7(>(n<i PhilPet 1.60 38-1-4 (Xf 34 Polaroid 32 25-34 Up I Proind 170 25-5-8 Off 1-4 Prod &C.a291 Off 1-4 PuS Col T.2013-1-2 Off 1-8 I'll! man 1.70 45-14 Up 1 KalsUxi.90 39-1-2 Up 1^ Kaythcon 133-74 Up 14 RCA Corp 115-1-2 ItepStl 1.60831-34 Hey Ind 2.88 53-54 Off 14 ReyndMctl 18-1-8 Off 1-4 Robrtsnl.3015-MUpl-2 RockwllIn219-MOffl-8 Ronson.28g7Upl4 HoylD2.71d34 Off 1-1-2 Safewy 1.80 43-140ff 1-2 SUoMrl 2.2049-14 Up 1-2 StRegisl4022-l-20ffl4 Searsl60a630ff3 ShdlOil 2.6041 Off 1-2 Sirm.sC.88a 16-1-2 (Xf 34 SkaggG).6018-1-4 Off 1-4 Smilhkline254-540ffl4 SCalKdl68170ffl4 SouthCol.4010 Sol>aaf 2.24 28-1-4 Up 14 Sp Rand. 76 34 Up 34 StdBr<inds260 Off 1-34 Std Oil Cal 223-1-2 Std0illnd238-l-20ff54 StOilOhl.3657-140ff34 SioklyVl 1016-l-2(Xfl4 StuieW 1.32 25-34 Up 1-2 Sunshin.48glO-740ffl-2 Teledyne3klO-l-20ffl4 Telepromp4-34Upl4 Tovm 160 22-5-8 Texaco 2a2.T-l-20ff 14 Tex Instrl 90-74 (Xf 54 Text ran 1.1019-54 Up 34 Timknl.80a32(Xfl4 Transajii 598(Xfl4 Ti-,uvsWAirlO(Xf 14 TnQntWb 18-14 (Xf 74 TwCTox 4010-14 Up 34 UAUnc 60;il9-l40ff74 lW5u-b2 40 55-34 laiHcvl.2811-14Upl4 I'lKXiil 198 \35-74Up 14 Urn royal .70 8 Off 14 Ltd Aircrf 2:19-54 Up 54 l!tdlirands6-14(XfJ4 UiiOirj) 77d7-34 LSG>p 16018-34 (Xf 14 lKStn>l28055-34(Xfl4 UniTeJ 1.0814-3-4 Up 14 Upjohn %»1-2(X(I-I4 UahPL23626-l-2Upl4 UVIndust 120-3-1 Off 14 Walgreenlll-74 Wiingl. (Mb 11-34(Xf 14 Wash W152 18 WsBaiicl 4022 WUnionl 4013-14 (Xf 14 WesUiH.9713-1-2 WhIPSt 70624-34 (Xf 38 WhlAW 101)8-14 Woulwh 1 2013-74 Up 14 XiTiixCpl67-34Up54 YngSDr .6011-1-2 Upl4 XnuthK;idll7-140f[l-a S.L. Livestock SALT UKK. I 'tali il'Pli - lliiti. Idiilici ;UK! castoni Nevad.1 runnc jnd f«iU(< sjilis for uwk ending Apul 4 SJaufihtci st<vrs imstly 100150 higlier. linitKl sale slaughter heifers I UO-2 00 lugt»T tradi- ralltr slow and a forced affair Uuxxigli UK wrk ninfmiifd viles ttu.s w«* on 3,000 slaughter sUvrs and 835 slaughter htifer s average pru v and weight (rf i-hoice stem sold f o b fmlloLs tins week 41. 89 and 1.181 II). lasl wirk 40 05 and 1.001 Ib. and last year 4.'i 76 and I.OW Ib Fix-der cattle (airly active and under the Ix-st demand for wtvks. 1 uty> oo higtxT than last wck's mudxTutc advarKv .No m . w sales rfpurtudunrilhi'stKtpui wool Slaughter sUvrs, lugh g(,xl atxl nnstly rfioiii-. 1.025-1.200 Ib yield grades 24 ranged 40 0042 50. soil!.' in wisU-m areas I 0601,075 Ib 43.00 late, mixed gw»l and choice 39.5041.00. good and i-tmif l.awi :ioo II) huLsU'ins3700-3900. Slaughter heifers, high g<»xl and mi ,stl> d»iice 860-1,000 Ib yield grade '>•:> ioo(i- 40.50; scatU«-<l loiids mixed good and (i»i(«, sonic mature heifers included 37 oo- 39.00. Feeder cattle, choia- 500-750 Ib stem 3000-:«50. Sfj/it- delivered fa-dlot-S 3.1 00 34 50; choiiv 600-725 Ib heifers 25.0029 uo .sUirel-ird ;ind good 800-W5 Ib holsteins last wwk 25.50. BID 6.12 764 926 7.89 12.73 17.17 582 10.86 6.72 12.24 16.42 8.91 8.93 1353 10 12 6.64 8.65 6.80 7.51 ASK 6.60 8.35 10.15 8.62 13.92 18.77 6.38 11.87 7.34 13.09 16.42 9.74 9.76 14.79 11.06 7.26 9.45 7.43 7.51 Banks Ask New Type Of Account The American Bankers Association (ABA) has urged that regulators of financial institutions establish a new type of deposit account specifically tailored for savings held in Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs). In letters forwarded to the Federal Home Loan Bank Board, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., Gerald M. Lowrie, executive director of ABA Government Relations, asked the IRAs be specifically defined as a type of "time deposit-open account." The ABA recommends that a uniform rate ceiling on all such deposits (held by banks and thrift institutions) be maintained at the highest permissible rate that can be paid on similar denomination and maturity time deposits by Federally insured banks. "We believe such deposits ana more in the nature of time deposits than regular savings deposits and therefore are arguably entitled to a higher rate of interest than the maximum rate payable on passbook savings," the letter states. The recently enacted Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 authorized IRAs for individuals not covered by a qualified or government pension plan. Under the Act, individuals can set up their own retirement plans, contributing, and deducting for income tax purposes, up to 15 per cent of their yearly income not to exceed $1,500 per year. Mutual Funds Affiliated Fund Chemical Fund Dreyfus Fidelity Cap Fidelity Fund Fidelity Trend Fundamental Inv. Invest, Co. of A.M Invest Edie Capital Kdie Growth Mass. Inv. Growth Mass. Inv. Trust New Perspective Pioneer Fund Putnam Investors Putnam Growth Windsor Fund NEA Mutual Fund Livestock, Produce Joliet Livestock .IOLICT. Ill lUPD-Uwstock: (iiltlc 1.000, trade moderately active. steers 50 to 75 lower, heifers steady to 25 lower, steer beef choice and prime 41 75; choice .18.5041 50; mix«l good and choice 3550-38.50; heifer beef high choice and prime 40.75. choice 37 5040 25, mixed good ,-UKi choice .14 (iat7.50; raw beef no sales. lk>g.s 1.200. trade fairly active, barrows :uxi gills steady to 25 lower. No 1-2 200240 II) 407.v)100. No 1-3 200-260 Ib 4000•10 75. \H2-3250-270lb39.2540.00. MiKxl'iy's estimated ri'cx'ipts 4.000 Kittle. l.200lxi(!S Omaha Livestock OMAHA i UPI I -Livestock: Hogs 4.000. barrows and gilts fully 25 higher. New 1-2 210240 Ib 40.5040.75", I- .1 200-250 Ib 400040.50; 2-3 250-260 Ib 39.504000 24 260-290 Ib 38.25-39.7S. sows 2550 higher. 32WOO II) 36 00-37 00 C;ittle and calves 1.600; raX enough cKtivity un ;my class to establi.sh a trade; («ul of snail cow supply will be carried for later trade, feeder cattle coasigned to I'Yiitiy'sauttion Sheep txjne. Munday's estimates 1 Cattle and calves ti.SW. hoi^i 6,000. sheep 600. Live Cattle CMICACX) (UPI) - Chicago Mercantile ^change closing price range Open High I xm Close Prev Os Sales IJwbeef cattle ,\pr41 6041 7541 2541 5241 65 1,456 Jim 40 9041 60 40 6241 1041.003,488 Aug 39.25 39 55 38.82 39.55 39.27 1 ,204 Oct 38 50 38. 7038 15386038.55272 I tec 38 30 38 4537 95a 38.37 38.20 120 Feb 3H 40 ,38 60 38. 1 la 38.50 38.40a 60 Feeder rattle Apr 32 5032 .5031 80a 32 .5032.306 1 .\fay32 7032.9032.6032.9032 75 10 Aug 32 00 32 25 32.00 32.25 32 40 4 Sep 31.50 31.50 31.50 31.50 31.60 3 Oct 30.8031 1530.7531.00309024 Novffl 7531 0030.7530 7531.00n4 (•"ro/En Pork bellies Nby68 5070.2068.2071 206 68.70a3,270 Jiy369.1570.72 68.75 70.72a 69 22a 2,491 Aug67 7569 52 67.70 69.52b68.02a 468 R*65 9567 52 65.25 67.52b 66.00 201 Marffi 55 17 (fib 65.40 67.056 65 554 May 67 4567.45 65.85a 67.45 66. lOa 4 Shell F.ggs Apr 38 75 .19 35 38.75 39 35 38.95 54 May :« 5040 35.'B 5040 35-2539.25-20 138 Jun4l 8042 606 4 180 42 55-5041 7536 Jly45 70 46 20 45 70 46.20 45.00a 3 SepSO 0050 .9050 0050 9050.2062 Uvt'Hogs A()r4l 0041 50408041.4241.05835 Jly45 5546 3045 2046.2545.45724 Aug 4-1 80 45.22 44.30 45.05a 44.80 352 ai 11.60 44 0043 1544 0043.60115 lkx'44 1044 4043 4044.204400 123 Fil)« 7044 3043 6044 25643 60656 Apr 42 45 42.97 42 22a 42.97 42,7065 Butter and Eggs UIICA(X) (UPI i - Hulk selling prices as liutter -prices p;ud delivery' to (liicago HKiianged 93 score 69 19 . 92 score » 19 ; 90 sxuix 1 lixj few tu quote I'te -j'n<t* |iaid to deli very unchanged . IVicui to retailers (Grade A. in cartons ck^iuTi-di extra large 50-53; large 49- 51.nnliunt.4648 f Corporate Contributions Probed WASHINGTON (UPI) - Federal investigators are trying to untangle a financial muddle in which millions of dollars in illegal corporate contributions were channeled to local, state and federal political candidates. The Watergate investigation that uncovered illegal corporate contributions to former President Nixon's 1972 campaign was only the tip of the iceberg. The Internal Revenue Service, the Civil Aeronautics Board and the Securities and Exchange Commission each have brought charges involving other candidates and millions of dollars more. Unlike the Watergate disclosures of llegal corporate contributions that helped topple Nixon from the White House, many of the beneficiaries of the funds being uncovered now may never be known. But the aftermath investigations could have far more import. Those made public so far involve a common theme of funds diverted from a corporation and laundered abroad, and large sums of money not accounted for. The IRS interest is obvious. The charges and the suits may continue for years, federal sources said. "Some corporations decided to stonewall it in discussions with the Watergate prosecutor, and they may benefit, but others will be caught up in the expanding net of the IRS and the regulatory agencies," said a spokesman for the Watergate .prosecutor's office. "Our mandate was for the 1972 election, which we carried out, but the cases on corporate contributions are not closed yet." Watergate cost Nixon the presidency and resulted in criminal convictions of three cabinet members and his top White House advisers. But the fallout now is knocking some of the nation's leading corporate executives from high-paying jobs and, in at least one case, has led to a major corporate reorganization. Northrop Corp.. under pressure from stockholders, reorganized a subsidiary company as a result of its conviction for making illegal contributions. The chief officers of Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Inc., Minneapolis, another corporation that pleaded guilty to campaign violations, have resigned, and officers of other corporations, including Gulf Oil Corp.. resigned following Watergate convictions The Securities and Exchange Commission in recent weeks has won civil consent judgments in U.S. District Court against Phillips Petroleum Co.. Bartlesville, Okla., and Gulf Oil. Pittsburgh, Pa., involving alleged illegal contribution of $13 million over the past 15 years. Both companies informed the Watergate prosecutor in 1973 of illegal contributions to Nixon and pleaded guilty to violating federal law prohibiting corporate funds from being spent in political campaigns. But the admissions of guilt contained only partial information, the SEC data showed. Gulf Chairman B. R. Dorsey said the corporation in 1973 made two $50.000 gifts under "intense" pressure from Nixon fund raisers But in consenting last month to SEC charges of filing fraudulent financial statements. Gulf admitted diverting "in excess of $10 million in Gulf corporate funds" to its wholly owned subsidiary Bahamas Exploration Co Ltd. "it said. "At least $5.4 million of this fund of cash was returned by (Bahamas Comptroller William C.) Viglia to the United States for political contributions and related expenses." W. W Keeler. who was Phillips chairman at the time, pleaded guilty in 1973 of contributing $100,000 in corporate funds to the Nixon campaign. SAVE NOW FINAL WEEK JACK DUCKETT APPLIANCE BIG 15.6 cu.lt. No-frost Refrigeratop -Freezer • 2 Ice 'n Easy trays, or add an automatic ice- maker now or later, optional, extra • Tinted, See-Thru Permalon Crispers • 4 Cabinet Shelves, -3 are adjustable • Deluxe Dairy Compartments • Rolls Out on Wheels • Power Saver Switch • 30'/ 2 " Wide, 64" High Sale Price 00 19" COIM PORTABLE TV 329 95 25" SOtID STATE COLOR CONSOLE IQO DE1IIIEIMOWIK OVEN 329 95 GARBAGE DISPOSAL HARVEST GOLD DELUXE DISHWASHER .. '00 MANY FLOOR MODELS AT HUGE SAVINGS ! 2-SPEEB,4 CYCLE HEAVY DUTY WASHER i Filter-Flo' System-traps lint as it washes ' • Permanent Press Cycle with cooldown • Normal Cycle with Extra Wash * • Activated Soak Cycle t Delicate Cycle • 2 Wash- and 2 Spin-Speeds • Choice of 2 Water Levels • 3 Wash- and 2 Rinse Tempeiature Combinations • Unbalanced Load Control Sale With \AReasonl If you have even the remotest idea of buying a new appliance or TV set...right now ii the time to buy) We've purchased a big share of the carload after carload of GE appliances and TV that are rolling into the state for GE's biggest event of the yearl Neerly every item has BIG Price Reductions! ...a few at regular low prices...but all are fantastic values! Hurry in todayl $r " TV Heavy Duty Commercial Type DRYER • 3 Heat Selections: Regular, Low and No-Heat Fluff • Timed Cycle Offers Manual Selection of up to 140 Minutes Drying Time • Permanent Press Cycle includes a Long Cooldown • Separate Start Switch • Up-Front Lint Filter • Cycle Indicator Light t Heavy Duty Motor f "Cf" $125 195 '3. , Portable Color TV « Black Matrix Spectra-Brite' .'IV Picture Tube t Automatic Fine Tuning Control t Custom Picture Control • Automatic Color Control • 70 Position "Click-In" UHF Tuning • Walnut Finish QB 7420WD Stand S19C01 Optional Extra $ 00 L- Built-in OP Convertible Potscrubber DISHWASHER • 4 Cycles: Power Scrub gets pots, pans and crusty casseroles spark, ling clean; Normal; Light Soil and Rinse and Hold • Built In Soft Food Disposer • Sound Insulated 9 Rinse Aid Dispenser t Dual Detergent Dispenser 12 ft. 100 Buster Special Tutu on j/w ir/Ms .iul<>nij[ii:d/ly ,vln'tlit» yotii home CONVENIENT TERMS JACK DUCKETT APPLIANCE & TV 150 Norrh University Avenue Provo, Utah 373-8050

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