Below are recent insider transactions of 1,000 shares or...

INSIDER TRADING

January 29, 1996

Below are recent insider transactions of 1,000 shares or more for publicly held companies based in Maryland or having substantial operations in the state. Insiders are officers, directors or owners of 10 percent or more of a corporation's stock.

Hechinger

Joan England Akman, retired, sold 35,000 shares of Class A common between $4.38 and $4.63 each from Nov. 3 to Nov. 13, 1995, and now directly and indirectly holds 173,134 Class A common.

Legg Mason

John B. Levert, director, sold 2,000 shares of common at $30 each on Nov. 29, 1995, and now directly holds 100,373 common.

Life Technologies

Kathleen Burdett, director, purchased 1,000 shares of common at $25.25 each on Dec. 4, 1995, and now directly holds 1,000 common.

Lockheed Martin

James W. McAnally, vice president, sold 4,000 shares of common at $69.50 each on Nov. 9, 1995, and now directly and indirectly holds 13,132 common.

Mid-Atlantic Med Svcs

Eric Randolph Baugh, vice president, sold 12,000 shares of common at $23.25 each on Nov. 13, 1995, and now directly and indirectly holds 120,574 common.

Travelers Group

Charles J. Clarke, officer of subsidiary, exercised an option for 23,552 shares of common between $38.88 and $41.50 each on Nov. 13, 1995. To cover expenses of the transaction, Mr. Clarke ** turned in 19,886 of them for $55.38 each on Nov. 13, 1995, and now directly and indirectly holds 30,601 common.

Edwin M. Cooperman, vice president, exercised an option for 99,619 shares of common between $17.31 and $42.75 each on Nov. 20, 1995. To cover expenses of the transaction, Mr. Cooperman turned in 73,346 of them for $55.00 each on Nov. 20, 1995, and now directly and indirectly holds 157,939 common.

James Dimon, president, exercised an option for 44,798 shares of common at $42.13 each on Nov. 6, 1995. To cover expenses of the transaction, Mr. Dimon turned in 40,016 of them for $53.50 each on Nov. 6, 1995, and now directly and indirectly holds 514,903 common.

Jeffrey B. Lane, an affiliated person, exercised an option for 9,406 shares of common at $47 each on Nov. 10, 1995. To cover expenses of the transaction, Mr. Lane turned in 8,529 of them for $57.13 each on Nov. 10, 1995, and now directly and indirectly holds 183,361 common.

Charles O. Prince, vice president, exercised an option for 31,845 shares of common between $10.69 and $40.00 each on Nov. 9, 1995. To cover expenses of the transaction, Mr. Prince turned in 24,078 of them for $55.50 each on Nov. 9, 1995, and now directly and indirectly holds 131,360 common.

Sanford I. Weill, chairman, exercised an option for 570,514 shares of common at $42.13 each on Nov. 6, 1995. To cover expenses of the transaction, Mr. Weill turned in 509,621 of them for $53.50 each on Nov. 6 and now directly and indirectly holds 4,146,682 common.

Scios Nova

John H. Newman, president, indirectly purchased 3,000 shares of common at $3.81 each on Dec. 1, 1995, and now directly and indirectly holds 59,285 common.

Source: Invest/Net Inc. of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., a registered investment adviser.

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