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GET A JUMP ON THE 1993 STOCK MARKET; TOWN & COUNTRY OFFERS ADVICE FROM TEN BLUE CHIP BROKERS; JANUARY ISSUE ON NEWSSTAND DECEMBER 31

 NEW YORK, Dec. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- If you were burned playing the stock market in 1992, your best investment may be the January issue of Town & Country magazine. Starting on page 40, Town & Country introduces their third annual list of "Blue Chip Brokers," and their picks for the best stock purchases of 1993.
 This stock market dream team begins with three repeaters from the 1992 roster (asked back because their last year's tips outperformed the Standard & Poor's 500-Stock Index), and is completed with seven new members, ranked by their years of experience.
 The 1993 Town & country "Blue Chips Brokers" Team and their suggestions are as follows:
 -- Monk White, 51. Smith Barney. Dallas.
 Recommendations: RJR Nabisco, Telefonos de Mexico (Mexico's Ma Bell), Margaretten Financial (mortgage banker)
 -- Peter Slocum, 52. A.G. Edwards & Sons. Carefree, Ariz.
 Recommendations: ViroGroup (Environmental Clean-up), Orthomet (artificial hip and knee joints), Continental Bank (Chicago).
 -- William Blount, 62. Paine Webber. Portland, Ore.
 Recommendations: Bristol-Myers Squibb, Amax (low-cost aluminum producer), IBM.
 -- Charles Dare, 58. Merrill Lynch. Farmington Hills, Mich.
 Recommendations: Waste Management (garbage disposal), Wheelabrator Technologies (burning trash to generate electricity), Standard Federal Savings Bank (Michigan), General Motors' preferred 'C' stock.
 -- Alex Leiblong, 42. Paine Webber. Little Rock, Ark.
 Recommendations: Citicorp, First American Financial (title insurance company), Citadel Holdings.
 -- James Buckley, 52. First Boston Corporation. San Francisco.
 Recommendations: Newell Co. (housewares/hardwares manufacturer), Compaq Computer, Eastman Kodak.
 -- Isadore Friedman, 49. Paine Webber. Boca Raton, Fla.
 Recommendations: Intel (microprocessor technology), Bank of New York, Philip Morris.
 -- Gregory Wilbur, 58. Kidder Peabody & Co. Palo Alto, Calif.
 Recommendations: Delphi Information Systems (insurance brokerage software), VMX Inc. (voice mail inventor), McGrath RentCorp (temporary building supplier).
 James Mabie, 57. William Blair & Co. Chicago.
 Recommendations: Mercury Finance (leading lender to used car buyers), Viking Office Products, Peak Technologies Group (industrial bar-coding equipment).
 -- Robert McLean, 39. Kidder, Peabody & Co. Philadelphia.
 Recommendations: Marsam Pharmaceuticals, Atlantic Tele-Network, Flow International (high-pressure waterjet cutting tools).
 Town & Country selected its 1993 "Blue Chip Brokers" based on referrals from money managers and broker executives, who were asked to nominate stand-outs at firms other than their own. Each candidate had to receive at least two endorsements, and have a policy of accepting new accounts of $250,000 or less.
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 /CONTACT: Mike Cannon of Town & Country, 212-903-5284/


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