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THE SALINA JOURNAL Money SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1998 A7 T SALINA PIZZA New faces spice Salina pizza scene St. John's teacher plans new life bringing Pudge Brothers Pizza to Salina By CHAD HAYWORTH The Salina Journal Come May, St. John's Military Academy instructor Phil Kellogg will trade in his pencils and books for tomato sauce and pepperoni. Kellogg, 47, who teaches English, mathematics and physical education at St. John's, plans to open a Pudge Brothers Pizza in the Galaxy Center in mid-May. "I've been teaching all my life," he said. "I just wanted to try something new." Kellogg said he discovered the pizza a few years ago when he and his family were on vacation in Denver. After eating the pizza a few times, he contacted the own- ers of the company about locating a franchise here. "I think that Salina can use a better quality pizza than is out there," he said. "The big companies put out pizzas faster than they can make them." With no fewer than 10 restaurants currently serving pizza in Salina, Kellogg knows the competition will be stiff. However, he thinks Pudge Brothers' unique crust and sauce and low price will be enough to garner a piece of Salina's pizza-eating crowd. "The sauce has a spicy flavor that grabs your attention," he said. "The crust isn't too crispy or too soft." This will be the first Pudge Brothers franchise in Kansas. In addition to 28 Denver-area stores, the company has stores in Texas, Montana, Missouri and California. Wichita-based company buys area Pizza Huts, stresses hands-on style By CHAD HAYWpRTH The Salina Journal The new owners of Salina's three Pizza Hut restaurants say they hope to become more involved in the community than perhaps the previous owners were. Wichita-based WKRP Management recently purchased the three Salina locations, along with stores in Hutchinson, Russell, Hays, Oakley, Colby and Goodland, from Pizza Hut International, said managing member Steve Patton. Patton said he and another managing member of WKRP, Terry Ruder, can provide a more hands- on style of management than Dal- las-based Pizza Hut used. Ruder owned and managed 22 Pizza Huts in Virginia for 22 years. "We want to get back into grassroots marketing," Patton said. "We live in Kansas, and we are in our stores every day. We want to get involved with the local communities." One way the company will get involved will be to sponsor fundraising efforts for schools and charities, Patton said. "What we do is get everyone from a group into a store for a night, and then we donate 20 percent of the sales back to that philanthropy," he said. WKRP has been operating the stores since the first of the year, Patton said. The 12 stores in six cities make WKRP the fourth largest Pizza Hut franchisee in the state. 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Schwabs 1639S65638'A 716 »l - company in bankruptcy or lecerversrip or bwg erfAii n<!oi7ij7ioii ic_i IB '6oroanijeiJ urxte U» bankruptcy act, or securities as- sewn .uoij/i4Maii-ib— i- o surr^ by such companies. »d-*tiendislr«xiled.»rl Seagate 26349 24'A— 5-16 - when issued **ilitri warrants ««- wltaulmr- SealedAIr 37 4954 66V. —V. ra nts. j - indicates single share Mais raiher than Sears .92199737563-16— 1 'A hundreds.! means thai anyone buying Ms 'ex-divi- Seilels 22 3817 15'A —'A denf slock on tie day in question wil not receive the SvceCp .36129 3672 42V. —V. most recant dividend. y_ indicates single share lolais SvcMer 4574 2'A lor ex-dmoend stock. OVER-THE-COUNTER EXCHANGE AMEX Name ADC Tel Accents Adaptec AdobeSy Alleja AmMbSal Amgen .. AppteC. ApldMal s ArtV>sc s Ascend Autodesk AxenlT Bloclrl Borjnd Brigfilpl s Casrnynn Centocor Cha/icMd s CiegaCp Cidoos ColSprt n CptConc Cpulrna ConpCm CorftComm Dlv. 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PE Vol. Last Chg. 63 7742 24 « + 2 5-1 6 228663-16 + 3-16 2993 10V. +% 892827-16+1-16 2.13 2052 51V. + V. 2154131% + !% .10 4155613-16 + 5-16 820013-16 + 1-16 4764 14 +9-16 4466 4 +3-16 5n 18 9907 ^Q 1 'A •f\J 10 ££\)f 03 I ft DtW Ot) 1 f-vt W-W4 26128 2 A + V. 13 3536 8% + V. 7703 H — 1-16 .72 X361679-16 194930V. + 11-16 2088 15%— 1-16 2829 21% »K 3263 4H— 1-16 2959 4U 1861731615-16 + 3-16 526665-16 t 'A .323412581353-16-3-16 2788 1'A + 1-16 HospWwde JTSCorp Keane KeyEng MDCg MagnHunt NTNCom Nabors Oncor OnixSys n Organgn s PC Quote PLC Sys PaxsnC PhxNet RoyalO g SsvnSss n ShelUPhm SPDR TWA TubMex UTI Eng i ViacB Wellslrdn 53 1888 10 t V. 3878 5-16-1-16 7624475113-16*15-16 16 3439 17'A -'A 324g gv< —'A 430453-16 + 11-16 2635 14 5i + 'A 2928 V. —'A 2022102263-16—1 15-16 15166 1%— 2 3629 14 'A 2871 32V. + 3-16 2695 K— 1-16 9056 17* -'A 10031 10'A + '/. 7548 'A— 1-16 22759 1 3-16 10QA 9fi V. li JraO (.v /4 — T4 4288 V.— 1-16 1.23e 26113 109H-15-32 4495 12 5-16 —V. 933761813-16-3-16 22 6126 18 1-16-5-16 26 7296 53'A-1 1-16 „ 17222 13'A +9-16 t V CREDIT UNIONS Credit unions seek to fight limitations Banking industry tries to derail credit union interests in expansion By The Associated Press WASHINGTON — When congressional staffers aren't sifting through postcards from credit union members, they're meeting with local bankers. Two of the country's best- monied interests are asking Congress to decide just how far credit unions can expand their services and membership. The issue has emerged because the Supreme Court last month ruled that corporate credit unions could not accept outside members. A bill to overturn that decision was approved Thursday by the House Banking Committee on a voice vote. The banking industry is spending $1 million to bring local bankers to the capital to make a personal pitch for limitations on credit unions. They are armed with a 13-to-l advantage in political donations over credit unions and a 5-to-l advantage in money spent on professional lobbyists. For their part, credit unions are trying to mobilize their 70 million-plus members. At some credit unions, members filing out deposit slips also are offered a telephone to call Congress or pre-addressed postcards. Bankers are willing to let credit unions expand their membership without restrictions, as long as they are subject to the same taxes and regulations as banks. Credit unions, which are nonprofit, do not have to pay taxes on their earnings. Nor are they required to invest in low-income communities where they are located. MARKETS KEYRHES Dally key rates (rom The New York Times Previous Year Friday Day Ago 8.50 8.50 8.25 5.00 5.00 5.25 5.44 5.55 5.52 5.05 5.05 5.22 4.97 4.97 5.34 3.75 3.76 3.56 5.67 5.68 6.90 5.96 5.97 7.08 7.09 7.09 8.08 5.26 5.25 5.92 (x) Estimated daily average, Dow Jones Markets (xx) Realized dollar amount rises with Inflation (xxx) Municipal Bond Index, The Bond Buyer Salomon Brothers and Dow Jones Markets lor Treasury bellwether bonds, notes and bills. PRIME RATE DISCOUNT RATE FEDERAL FUNDS(x) 3-MO. TREAS. BILLS 6-MO. TREAS. BILLS 10-YR. TREAS. INF(xx) 10-YR. TREAS. NOTES 30-YR. TREAS. BONDS TELEPHONE BONDS MUNICIPAL BONDS(xxx) LOCAL GRAINS Friday, March 27 Wheat ADM, Salina $3.28 Secular, Salina $3.29 Corglll, Salina $3.275 Continental, Salina $3.29 Farmway, Belolt $3.14 DeBruce, Clay Ctr. $3.08 Cooper, Colby $3.02 Midland, Hays $3.04 Decatur, Oberlln $3.00 Agco, Russell $3.03 — Farmers, Stockton $3.05 $2.27 Corn Mllo Beans $4.25 — $4.22 $6.305 $4.20 — $3.78 $6.02 $3.88 $6.11 $3.63 $5.76 $3.70 — $3.65 — $3.75 — $3.61 — $2.28 $2.19 $2.32 $2.29 CHICAGO GRAINS Futures Trade: trading Friday on the Chicago Board of Open High Low Settle Chg. 5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel WHEAT May 319'A 323'A 319'A 322V. +2 Jul 330 332V. 329'A 331'A +2 Sep 338 'A 341V. 338'A 340 +2 Dec 350'A 354 350'A 352'A + 3 V. Mar 360'A 361 359V. 360'A + 'A Jul 358 +4 CORN May 261V. 263 261V. 262V. + V. Jul 268V. 269'A 268 269 + V. Sep 271V. 272'A 271'A 272V. + V. Dec 272V. 273'A 272 273 + V. May 284 + 1 Jul 286'A 288'A 286 'A 288 V. +1 Dec 266'A 268 266'A 268 +2 OATS May 138V. 138V. 137V. 138'A — V. Jul 143V. 144 142'A 143 —1V. Sep 146'A 147 145V. 146'/S — V. Dec 151 151 'A 150'A 151 — V. Mar 155 155'A 155 155'A —3'A SOYBEANS Ib 74.00-79.75 (76.84), 550-600 Ib 72.00-73.50 (72.88), 600-650 Ib 66.50-70.50 (69.27), 750-800 Ib 65.5066.25 (65.93); medium 1: 550-600 Ib 70.25,7 head 678 Ib 67.25. Feeding hellereltes: 14 head 47.50-62.50 (55.11). Slaughter cows: cutters and boning utility 1-3 average dressing: 31.50-36.50 (33.12). ST. JOSEPH LIVESTOCK Market quotations Friday: Estimated slaughter hog receipts: 400. Compared to Thursday, barrows and gilts 1.00 lower; 1-3 230-270 Ib (46-50 percent lean est'd) 32.50-33.00; 2-3 270-290 Ib 31.00-32.00. Sows: steady to .50 lower; 1 -2 300-550 Ib 26.00-28.00; 1-3 550-700 Ib 31.00-32.00. DODGE CITY LIVESTOCK Market quotations Friday: Trade slow. Slaughter steers and hellers steady. Inquiry moderate, demand lair. Sales confirmed on 2,300 slaughter steers and 1,500 slaughter heifers Friday following a weekly total of 78,400 head which Included 23,600 head or about 30 percent previously contracted or formulated cattle. Sales FOB feedlot net weights after 4 percent shrink. Slaughter steers: select and choice 2-3 1200-1380 Ib 61.00. Dressed basis: select and choice 2-3 1225-1250 Ib 98.50. Slaughter heifers: select and choice 2-3 1075-1100 Ib 61.00; lew mixed commercial to choice 1220 Ib heifers' and heilerettes 59.00. Dressed basis: select and choice 2-31075 Ib 98.50. OMAHA LIVESTOCK Market quotations Friday: Hogs: 600. Barrows and gilts .50-.75 lower. U.S. 1-3 230-260 Ibs. (47-50 percent) 34.50; U.S. 2-3 260-280 Ibs. (46-48 percent) 33.50-34.00. Sows: 20 percent. Steady; U.S. 1-3 350-500 Ibs 26.50; U.S. 2-3 500-600 Ibs. 29.00-31.00. Boars: 300-700 Ibs. 17.50. Cattle and Calves: None. Sheep: None. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK May Jul Aug Sep Nov Jan Mar May Jul . Nov 652 654 'A 655 639 631 634 'A 640 'A 653 637 653 655 655 639 632 635 640 'A 653 637 644 'A 647 647 'A 633 'A 626 'A 632 'A 639 'A 652 634 646V. 648V. 648 634 627V. 633V. 639 'A 645 652 634 — 6'A -6V. —6V. — 3 —4V. — 4V. — 4'A — 3 — 3 — 3 KANSAS CITY GRAINS Wheat futures Friday on the Kansas City Board ol Trade: Open High Low Settle Chg. WHEAT 5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel May 334 338 334 337'A + 4 'A Jul 343'A 344'A 342 343K + 1 'A Sep 349 351 349 350 +1 Dec 359'A 362 359 361'A +3 Wheat 99,660 bushels: 1 cent lower to 5 cents higher; No. 2 hard 3.26-3.371/2n; No. 3 3.15-3.361/2n; No. 2 red wheat 2.96-3.291/2n; No. 3 2.85-3.281/2n. Com 11,024 bushels: unch to 21/2 cents lower; No. 2 white 3.10-3.15n; No. 2 yellow 2.551/4-2.59n; No. 3 2.351/4-2.5Bn. No. 2milo4.21-4.33n. No. 1 soybeans 6.361/4-6.48n. Hoppers 69.00-72.00. SALINA LIVESTOCK Receipts 5,441, last week 468; last year 3,830. Trends: Feeder steers 300-650 Ib and heifers 300-600 Ib (compared to March 5) 3.00-5.00 higher: compared to last week: steers 650-800 Ib 1.00- 2.00 higher, 800950 Ib steady; heifers 600-800 Ib steady. Slaughter cows 3.00 lower. Trade active. Demand good. Receipts 73 percent (3,996) 600 Ib and over, 26 percent (1,391) 600 Ib and under, 1 percent (54) cows. Feeder steers (figures in parenthesis are weighted average prices) medium and large 1: 6 head 298 Ib 103.50-104.50(104.17), 6 head 340 Ib 107.50, 350-400 Ib 101.00-104.00 (103.04), 400-450 Ib 86.00-110.00 (103.32), 450-500 Ib 93.50-106.00 (101.00), 500-550 Ib 94.00-100.50 (97.12). 550-600 Ib 87.00-99.00 (94.91), 600-650 tb 86.00-94.50 (89.39), 650-700 Ib 76.0086.25 (81.30), 700-750 Ib 74.00-80.00 (75.25), 750-800 Ib 72.10-76.00 (73.92), 800-850 Ib 71.00-73.00 (72.10), 850-900 Ib 67.50-71.25 (70.23), 900-950 Ib 67.5068.85 (68.00), 21 head 953 Ib 68.10, 9 head 1053 Ib 59.75; Full/fleshy: 700-750 Ib 70.00-71.00 (70.04), 850900 Ib 66.50-67.50 (67.43): medium and large 1-2: 4 head 386 Ib 93.50, 550-600 Ib 80.60-86.00; (84.01), 600-650 Ib 79.75-85.50 (83.63), 650-700 Ib 71.7574.50 (72.84), 700-750 Ib 71.00-74.00 (72.03), 750-800 Ib 71.50-71.75 (71.67). 800-850 Ib 69.75-70.50 (69.99). 34 head 893 Ib 65.35; large 2 Holstelns: 5 head 260 Ib 145.00 per head, 6 head 409 Ib 65.00, 2 head 560 Ib 66.00, 5 head 685 Ib 58.50,10 head 742 Ib 53.50, 9501000 Ib 47.00-49.00 (47.66). Feeder heifers (figures in parenthesis are weighted average prices) medium and large 1: 3 head 292 Ib 94.50, 300-350 Ib 86.00-88.00 (86.80), 350-400 Ib 85.00-95.00 (88.72), 400-450 Ib 84.00-91.00 (88.69), 450-500 Ib 81.50-92.50 (86.95), 500-550 Ib 80.5086.50 (83.73), 550-600 Ib 73.50-80.00 (76.88). 600-650 Ib 71.00-79.25 (74.48), 650-700 Ib 69.00-74.75 (72.87), 700-750 Ib 67.00-72.00 (69.93), 750-800 Ib 66.7571.00 (68-09), 800-850 Ib 65.25-69.75 (66.77), 850-900 Ib 65.85-66.75 (66.04); medium and large 1-2:500-550 V Futures trading Friday on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange: Open High Low Settle Chg. CATTLE 40,000 Apr Jun Aug Oct Dec Feb Apr 63 65 66 67 68 70 72 30 30 65 65 65 65 00 Ibs 64. 66. 67. 66. 69. 70. 72. ; 10 00 42 15 17 72 10 FEEDER 50,000 Apr May Aug Sep Nov Jan 74 73 76 76 77 15 45 30 55 60 Ibs 74 73 76 77 77 ; 40 90 80 00 80 cents 63. 65. 66. 67. 68. 70. 72 per Ib. 30 27 85 75 80 65 00 64 65 67 68 69 70 72 02 .75 97 .67 27 .42 05 .27 05 .25 72 .10 02 .02 CATTLE cents per Ib. 73.80 73 76 76 77 20 to 40 60 74 73 76 76 77 78 .30 77 60 80 80 10 HOGS 40,000 Apr Jun Jul Aug Oct Dec Feb Apr Jun Jul Aug 51 57 56 54 52 52 56 56 63 55 00 75 30 25 90 90 80 70 Ibs 53 59. 58 55. 53. 53 57. 56. 63. ; 22 12 00 55 20 70 00 85 60 cents 51. 57. 56. 54. 52. 52 56. 56. 63. per Ib. 35 00 40 30 25 85 45 45 00 52 58 57 55 53 52 56 56 63 61. 62 72 + 95 + 95 + 25 10 .12 .12 .15 .25 .10 .42 .62 .30 .95 .67 .87 80 —.10 50 -.30 40 -.57 75 —.40 00 GOLD Selecte world gold prices, Friday. Foreign - Hong Kong late: $301.55 up $2.90; London morning fixing: $302.75 up $3.15; London afternoon fixIng: $301.95 up $2.35; London late: $303.75 up $3.50; Paris afternoon fixing: $302.81 up $3.81; Frankfurt lixing: $302.84 up $3.37; Zurich late afternoon: $302.90 up $3.50. Domestic - NY Handy & Harman: $301.95 up $2.35; NY Handy & Harman fabricated: $317.05 up $2.47; NY Engelhard: $303.11 up $2.35; NY Engelhard fabricated: $318.27 up $2.47; NY Merc, gold spot month close Fri. $303.10 up $1.40; NY Republic National Bank 4 p.m. Fri. $302.70 up $1.40. SILVER Handy & Harman silver Friday $6.380, up $0.065; Fabricated $7.146, up $0.073; The bullion price lor silver earlier in London $6.750, up $0.01; Engelhard $6.370, up $0.020; Fabricated 7.134, up $0.022; NY Merc silver spot month Friday $6.310, up $0.038 OIL Petroleum cash prices Friday as compared with Thursday prices: Fri. Thu. West Texas Intermed $ per bbl lob 16.78 16.63 From Staff and Wire Reports InisUrahccwIteurerilcrit'PlaiiHing 104 East Iron St. Salina, Ks (785)-827-3838 1-800-607-0668

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