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JULY 4 HOLIDAY: GAS PRICES ARE UP 6 CENTS

 JULY 4 HOLIDAY: GAS PRICES ARE UP 6 CENTS
 SAN FRANCISCO, June 25 /PRNewswire/ -- July 4 holiday weekend


travelers will find that gasoline prices have risen six cents per gallon in the last month, according to the latest California State Automobile Association (CSAA) survey of 600 gas retailers in northern and central California and throughout Nevada.
 "June retail prices for unleaded self-service gasoline average $1.29, an increase of 18 cents since April," according to Nancy Solomon, CSAA spokesperson. "California wholesale gas prices have risen 13 cents between April and June this year," she said.
 CSAA's May report of retail gas prices noted a 12-cent increase from April.
 The most recent price increase is attributed in part to last month's decision by Saudi Arabia to join other Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries' (OPEC) members in raising crude oil prices, said Mike Doyle of Computer Petroleum Corp.
 "We urge motorists to shop around for the best retail gasoline prices," Solomon advised. "Our June survey shows that gas prices vary by up to 32 cents per gallon," she added.
 CSAA is the AAA-affiliated auto club providing motoring consumer services to more than 3 million members in California and Nevada.
 JUNE 1992 GAS PRICE SURVEY
 For Northern California and Nevada
 Price per Change since
 gallon last month
 Self-Service
 Unleaded: Regular $1.29 + 6.4 cents
 Mid-grade $1.36 + 7.0 cents
 Premium $1.46 + 7.4 cents
 Diesel $1.30 - 3.4 cents
 Full-Service
 Unleaded: Regular $1.57 + 6.5 cents
 Mid-grade $1.64 + 7.4 cents
 Premium $1.71 + 6.6 cents
 Diesel $1.51 + 2.4 cents
 -0- 6/25/92
 /CONTACT: Nancy Solomon of CSAA, 415-565-2293/ CO: California State Automobile Association ST: California IN: AUT SU:


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