GM, Ford Report Sales Drops, Chrysler Up

DETROIT (AP) - Two of the Big Three U-S auto makers are reporting sales declines for April.

In fact, it was such a bad month that even Toyota posted a decline.

Industry leader General Motors says its sales April were down down nine and a-half percent from April of last year, while Ford's sales were off almost 13 percent.

Chrysler, the third of the U-S auto companies, posted an increase of one-point-six percent.

Toyota, which has been challenging G-M for supremacy, posted a four-point-four percent drop.