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AB SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1998 Report: Boeing bottlenecks have worsened By Bloomberg News SEATTLE — Boeing Co. is expected to report next week that its bottlenecks in manufacturing jetliners have worsened during May, not eased as the company promised two months ago. The world's biggest aircraft maker said earlier this week that 61 jetliners were waiting for re- Work and testing. That's about a third more than March's backlog of 45 planes, when Senior Vice President Ron Woodard said all rework would be done by May. Woodard. Chairman Phil Condit and other executives will present their monthly production update Wednesday. Fixing the bottleneck, especially among updated 737s, is central to Boeing's efforts to rebound from last year's $178 million loss. The company hasn't ruled out the possibility that it may take more charges for the production woes on top of the pretax costs of $3 billion it's racked up so far. Money THE SALINA JOURNAL T MICROSOR Trial date set for Microsoft September date earlier than software company wanted By The Associated Press WASHINGTON' — Get ready to go to court, a federal judge told Microsoft on Friday. Asked to wait at least seven months before making his first ruling in the dramatic antitrust case filed against the world's most powerful software company, a federal judge instead put things on the fast track. U.S. District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson set a Sept. 8 trial date that is much earlier than the software maker had sought. "With the greatest respect for your honor, that isn't enough time for us," Microsoft attorney John Warden told the judge. "I tend to believe it is," replied Jackson, adding that he has presided over similarly daunting lawsuits of equal complexity in as little time. The attorney general for New York, one of the 20 states suing Microsoft along with the Justice Department, called the decision a "crushing legal defeat" for the company. "Microsoft wanted a trial in four years, but the states and Justice got one in four months," said Scott Harshbarger, the attorney general in Massachusetts. "That alone is an indication of the power of our arguments." Upgrade sales to continue But the ruling also means that Microsoft can continue until at least Sept. 8 to require computer makers to sell the next upgrade to its popular Windows software exactly as Microsoft wants — with its own proprietary look and with its own Internet browser included. That's especially significant because the nation's computer makers begin preparing as early as late summer for sales during the Christmas season. The government argues, among other things, that Microsoft's decision to bundle its own Internet browser with Windows amounts to illegal "tying" under the federal Sherman Antitrust Act. The company's Windows software is used on roughly 90 percent of the world's desktop computers. Microsoft's senior vice president for law, William Neukom, said the time until Sept. 8 "will give us a chance to prepare our case, to assemble our evidence and law and make a very powerful presentation." The Justice Department and the 20 states had asked the judge for a preliminary injunction to force Microsoft to relax restrictions on computer makers, allowing them to remove parts of Microsoft's browser from Windows 98 and giving them more flexibility to customize the look of Windows. Oregon official to challenge for Teamsters' presidency By The Associated Press WASHINGTON — The director of the Teamsters' warehouse workers division said Friday he plans to run for union president because the current challenger to James P. Hoffa is going to withdraw from the race. Tom Leedham, an officer with Teamsters Local 206 in Oregon, said he will announce his candidacy as soon as he puts together a reform slate with candidates running for other positions. Leedham said he decided to run' because he learned that the current reform candidate for president, Ken Hall, will withdraw for medical reasons. Hall, a onetime oilfield roustabout from West Virginia who led a successful Teamsters strike last year against United Parcel Service, could not be reached Friday. Diana Kilmury, co-chair of a Teamsters group that had backed Hall's candidacy, said it was "99 percent" certain that Hall would hot run because of a serious eye condition that required surgery. MARKETS KEY MIES Daily key rates from The New York Times Previous Year Friday Day Ago 8.50 B.50 8.50 5.00 5.00 5.00 PRIME RATE DISCOUNT HATE FEDERAL FUNDS(x) 3-MO. TREAS. BILLS 6-MO. TREAS. BILLS 10-YR. TREAS. INF(xx) 10-YR. TREAS. NOTES 30-YR.THEAS. BONDS TELEPHONE BONDS MUNICIPAL BONDS(xxx) 5.38 5.07 5.17 3.75 5.63 5.90 7.11 5.26 5.49 5.09 5.18 3.76 5.65 5.92 7.11 5.25 5.36 5.02 5.23 3.60 6.74 6.98 B.05 5.75 THE MARKET IN REVIEW (x) Estimated dally average, Dow Jones Markets (xx) Realized dollar amount rises with inflation (xxx) Municipal Bond Index, The Bond Buyer Sources: Salomon Smith Bamey; Dow Jones Markets; The Bond Buyer NYSE MOST ACTIVE ($1 ORMOHE) Name Vol (00) Last Chg Compaq s 150920 32 7 /i6 -Vie Chryslr 123768 53 13 /16 +Vi6 PhilSvcg 70096 6 Woolwth 65139 21 </4 -1% BayNtwk 64834 247/s +'/2 GAINERS ($2 OR MORE) Name Last Chg %Chg NordRs 2'/2 +Vi6 +14.3 Vishay 23 5 /i6 +2Vi6 +11.0 Luxottcs 17% +1V2 +9.4 QMS 4% +% +8.6 Homebase 10Ve +3/4 +8.0 LOSERS ($2 OR MORE) Name Last Chg %Chg SecCGwt 2V16 -% -14.0 SptAuth 16V16-1' 5 /16 -10.8 Avatex 2Vt - 3 /i6 -7.7 Gulp Inc 17% -17/16 -7.6 Woolwth 21 1 /4 -1% 7.6 DIARY Advanced 1,813 Declined 1,129 Unchanged 566 Total issues 3,508 New Highs 58 New Lows 23 Volume 668,262,410 I AMEX i MOST ACTVE ($1 X>R MORE) Name Vol (00) Last Chg SPDR 79510 111V6 +1% PC Quote 17944 3'/4 +^16 TWA 9099 ff/l Kerne 7067 44'Vi6 +Vi6 OJIADiam 6381 90% +1%4 GAINERS ($2 ox MORE) Name Last Chg %Chg PC Quote 3V4 +yie +20.9 FFPMkn 6 +% +17.1 Decorat s 1 3 1 /2 +1 iVie +1 6.8 Magicwkn 2'/4 + 5 /i6 +16.1 Cycomm 2Vs +1/4 +13.3 LOSERS ($2 OR MORE) - Name Last Chg %Chg ecLuxtec 4V» -% -17.1 Audvox 6% -'Vie -9.7 AppleOrth 6Vi6 -Vvt -8.2 MCShp 2'/2 -3/16 -7.0 Meteor n 3% -V4 -6.9 DIARY Advanced 299 Declined 257 Unchanged 202 Total issues 758 New Highs 27 New Lows 6 Volume 38,634,625 ;OMPOSI NASDAQ MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE) Name Vol (00) Last Chg MicrosftS 240623 85* +2% Intel s 172478 84Vi6 +3Vi6 DellCptrs 139712 91% +5Vs GeneDirn 94772 15 Ascend 91850 45'/4 +3Vi6 GAINERS ($2 OR MORE) Name Last Chg %Chg LogalEdn 2% +1V4 +111.1 IntgSrgwt 2% +7/s +58.3 Sottech 613/16 +23/w +47.3 BradPhm 3V4 +1 +44.4 EquiMed 15 +3% +34.8 LOSERS ($2 OR MORE) Name Last Chg %Chg Vision21 n 8V4 -2V2 -23.3 No9Visn 3%2 -31/32 -22.8 HrvyElcn 3 - 7 /a -22.6 PacBiomn 23/4 -3/4 -21.4 Fotoball 2Vs -9/16 -20.9 DIARY Advanced 2,442 Declined 1,763 Unchanged 1,413 Total issues 5,618 New Highs 85 New Lows 53 Volume 718,439,800 TE STOCI • | A X r ~* r DAILY DOW JONES May 22, 1998 9114.44 -17.93 >s»S^ High 9,209.35 Low 9,040.70 Highest close May 13, 1998 •\_/V/s V ^, . * 9,211.84 9000 — 8700 7pnn •7cnn 2/1/98 3/1/98 4/1/98 5/1/98 6/1/98 INDEXES 52-Week High Low Name Last Net % YTD 52-wk Chg Chg %Chg % Chg 9,261.91 6,983.11 Dow Jones Industrials 9,055.15 +78.47 +.87 +14.50 +26.30 3,701.42 2,583.17 Dow Jones Transportation 3,424.92 +40.08 +1.18 +5.17 +31.67 291.90 218.56 Dow Jones Utilities 282.38 +.89 +.32 +3.41 +26.25 587.91 422.56 NYSE Composite 575.72 +5.50 +.96 +12.62 +34.13 753.75 567.91 Amex Index 744.23 +1.98 +.27 +8.71 +29.71 1,931.83 1,305.33 Nasdaq Composite 1,864.37 +29.23 +1.59 +18.72 +39.65 1,132.98 811.80 S&P500 1,108.14 +13.00 +1.19 +14.19 +34.36 492.28 248.65 Russell 2000 479.51 +3.55 +.75 +9.72 +32.67 10,782.75 7,706.98 Wilshire 5000 10,572.92 +113.48 +1.08 +13.71 +35.88 C EXCHANGE LIST LOCAL GRAINS Friday, May 22 Wheat $3.06 $3.06 $3.06 ADM, Sallna Scoular, Sallna Carglll, Sallna Continental, Sallna $3.06 Farmway, Belolt $2.89 DeBruce, Clay Ctr. $2.86 Cooper, Colby $2.81 Midland, Hays $2.83 Decatur, Oberlln $2.79 Agco, Russell $2.85 Farmers, Stockton $2.86 Corn Mllo Beans — $4.06 — — $4.06 $6.215 — $4.06 — $2.19 $3.62 $5.90 $2.12 $3.61 $5.99 $2.21 — — — $3.56 — $2.17 $3.28 — — $3.56 — $2.16 $3.36 — CHICAGO GRAINS Futures trading Friday on the Chicago Board of Trade: Open High Low Settle Chg. 5,0000 bu. minimum; cents per bushel May 98 Jul 98 Sep98 May 99 May 98 Dec 98 Mar 99 May 99 Jul 99 May 98 303V4 323 336 346% 352V2 251V2 258 265 270 277% 283 2B8 129% WHEAT 303V4 301V4 316V4 311V2 325 320% 338 334V2 352V2 351 CORN 252Y2 248 259 255V2 266 263 272V4 268 279 275% 283V4 280 268 285V4 302V4 -91V4 312V4 -3% 321 -3V2 335 -3'/4 346V4 -3 351% -1% 24BV4 -4'/< Feeder heifers (figures in parenthesis are weighted average prices) medium and large 1: 5 head 364 Ib 82.50, 400-450 Ib 82.00-85.50 (83.02), 450-500 Ib 82.50-86.50 (85.35), 3 head 537 Ib 84.00, 550-600 Ib 78.50-82.50 (81.50), 600-650 Ib 76.00-80.00 (79.50), 650-700 Ib 72.50-76.25 (75.01), 800-850 Ib 66.0067.00 (66.97), 6 head 896 65.75; fleshy: 4 head 598 Ib 68.10; medium and large 1-2: 350-400 Ib 75.00-76.50 (75.23), 400-450 Ib 74.00-77.00 (74.72), 3 head 575 Ib 72.00; medium 1: 5 head 446 Ib 77.50. Feeding heiferettes: 9 head 46.00-65.00 (57.50). Cow/calf pairs: medium and large 1, middle aged 700.00-770.00 (746.67). Slaughter cows: cutters and boning utility 1-3 average dressing: 33.00-38.00 (34.86); high dressing 38.7540.50 (39.42); low-dressing 29.00-32.50 (30.50). Slaughter bulls: yield grade 1-2: 45.50-46.00 (45.75). ST. JOSEPH LIVESTOCK Market quotations Friday: Estimated slaughter hog receipts: 500. Compared to Thursday, barrows and gilts 1.00 lower: 1-3 230270 Ib (46-50 percent lean est'd) 38.50-39.00: 2-3 270-290 Ib 37.00-38.00. Sows: steady, few weights over 550 Ib 1.00-2.00 lower in the past couple of days: 1-3 300-550 Ib 27.00: few 550-700 Ib 28.00. DODGE CITY LIVESTOCK Market quotations Friday: Kansas feedlot sales: Trade slow. Few sales slaughter steers and heifers steady. Inquiry and demand fair. Sales confirmed on 800 slaughter steers and 500 slaughter heifers early Friday. This week's confirmed sales 65,100 head including 38,300 head or about 59 percent previously contracted or formulated cattle. Sales FOB feedlot net weights after 4 percent shrink. Slaughter steers: Few select and choice 2-3 1200-1240 Ib 66.00. Slaughter heifers: Few select and choice 2-3 1040-1100 Ib 66.00. OMAHA UVESTOCK s .50-1.00 lower: U.S. 1-3s 220-260 Ibs. 39.50-40.00, numerous 40.00. 268Vi 276 280V. -4V< -3% -4 -4'/4 CHICAGO LltfESTOCK .285*. -4V. 128W ,28. -2* Futures trading Friday on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. CATTLE 40,000 IDS.- cents per Ib. Aug98 68.80 69.05 68.57 68.97 +.0: — — _ _ .„ _ _ ... _ ._ . _ _ c __ m ^ (II ^_ <oa <m ^ UL , 3U uu .,, UU . UJ ua , M Uluu ..,, 52 wk Dlv Name Last %rel A-B-C .361 ACE Lids 36'ft +77.0 ... ADC Tel 30',i -10.5 ... AMR 150'/« +50.4 ... ASMLilhs 42V< +78.8 1.32 ATST 58% +73.8 ... ATlPrAn 25*1+173.0 .261 AVXCp 19Vts -25.4 ... Abacan d^te -92.9 1.201 AbtLab 75% +20.5 ... Aberfitch 41%+133.8 ... AWeTel 15V« +127.9 ... 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AxenlT 27'n +95.3 ... BEASys 23V2+1326 ... BJSs 33"'i6 (286 .06 BMC d!5'ns -516 ... SMC Sits 45!« +846 ... Baans 45H »5B3 .46 BakrHu 36 '/» +1.6 1.681 BallQE 29% +21.3 1 52t> BancOne 58** +559 .261 BncGalic 20% 1.04 SkNV 61 »504 1.38 BankAms K'.'t +510 ... BanynSy 8 « +297.1 .72 Bald 36*i6 +12.5 .16 BarrckQ 21 -13.4 1.16 Baxter 57% +16.8 ... 8ayNr*fc 26** +146 .60 BearSI 57V* +75.8 .58 BeclDk 72 +49.8 ... BedBatri 46'n +82.0 3.08 BellAll 93 +39.3 52 wk v Name Ujl %nt 44 BellSo u67% +60.2 .. BemaGold 2'A -73.4 US 8ene!Cp136*«+116.4 -. BerMteA71200 *74.9 .. BertiHB 2379 .. BestBuy 63% +374.3 .. BelllSlI 13% +32.5 .. Beverly n 14V4 +41.2 .. BWharm 26% +16.5 Bkxtrl '/« -76.0 .. Bkigen 45'A +36.6 ... Bffliect 1%+216.7 .lie Bkmel 28 '/« +65.1 .48 BlackO u58 +63.8 ... BlackBx 40'/« +13.4 .80 BICkHR 44% +39.3 .56 Boeing 48% -4.9 ... Borlnd 9 +14.5 ... BorLePtn 29 ... BostChk 2>te -86.2 ... BslUSd 3% -39.4 1.25e BostPrpn 34% ... BoslSc 67Ve +33.7 .34e Brahman 11% ... BrasseG Vi -36.4 ... 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EslnEn 26 V« +79.2 1.76 EKodak 70»« -11.1 1.76 Eaton 901'« +15.4 ... EchoBay 3V« -46.8 1.041 Edsonlnl 28 »e +29.6 .561 Edwards I 42',* +82.6 ... BOOTrvwt 21a ... 8X8 Inc 6** ... EKCO 8Vi +56.1 ... Elan 64% +69.8 ... EfcArt .45 +52.4 .60 EDS 38Ve +3.4 ... EFII 20% -52.3 1.11 EmranEI 62tt ttas US EmpDist 21% +32.1 .. EmprySI 4'* -13.6 ... Encad lOVis -68.1 ... EncoreWs 32'A+154.0 .95 Enron 50'/» +27.0 ... ENSCOs 26% +«.8 ISO Entergy 23'/« +.2 ... EntreMd 31V»+240.7 Envigen 2V32 -37.5 .20 EqtCos 70 +151.6 .88e EqOIIPTn28% ... ErgoSci (14% -56.0 .22e EricTels u28% +535 ... Essexlnl 24% +60.1 ... ElecSys 40'A +22.3 ... Exciten 59%+559.5 1.60 Exel 76V» +80.8 .08 ExideCp 18% -&2 141 Expdlnl 4IVi6 +39.6 1,64 Exxon 70»B +21.0 ... FDXCorp 65'/» +26.5 FPAMd 4'/« -75.7 ,, FTPStl 3 -41.8 .18 FamOIrs 16% +93.8 96 FanniMae 59'/n +42.6 .02 Faitenl 50'.'» +5.0 .OlmFedUog 60+i+ia.O FedlDS 52% +40.7 52 wk Iv Name Last %rel ... Fedlnvsln die ... FileNel 58% +300.4 ... FmLine 24'/4 +108.4 .001 FIATn 48» +43.8 .72 FAusPr 6'* -16.8 ... FrslAvl 5% -38.3 .76 FCMNBD 92 +61.1 .12 FCmdCp 70% +82.1 .08 FslDala 34 Vn -9.5 .48- FstUCs 57% +39.3 .96 FleelFnc 83% +38.7 .08 Flemng 19Vi +5.9 ... Flextrn 39'A +95.9 .141 FlaProg 40"/« +47.6 .46 Flowers 21 Ve +23.0 .80 Fluor 46V< -8.6 ... FocusEn yfa +22.3 Focus wt %H .151 FdljoA 9% +8.5 .6Bb Folds 51 +113.5 ... ForeSys 22'A +44.0 .60 FUames 47% +42.3 .54 FrkPr 10 +21.5 20 FrankRss 50V« +65.0 ... FMeyers 41% +87.7 .481 FredMac 45!ft +47.0 ... FredBrw t'/e -63.5 .20 FMCG 17VB -40.7 ... FGoWmns 34% ... .89 FronljCp 30% +85.2 .28 Frnlrlnss 25'/« +.1 ... FruSL 36% -.7 G-H-I 2.061 GPU 38V« +24.3 1.88 GTE 58% +45.7 .76 Gannett s 67V! +47.9 .20 Gaps 52% +142.1 ... GaidenFr 18 +77.6 ... Gartner 32«/«i +13.5 ... Gale2000s 45% +34.3 ... GeneLTc 3% +61.4 .13 GnCables 25'/2 +98.3 .88 GenDyns 47'A +32.2 1.20 GenElec 85 +41.0 GMagtc 10V2+6609 2.12 GnMill 69'ft +10.7 2.00b GnMotr u76 +35.1 ... GMHn 52'A +71,4 ... GenNutr 33% +51,7 ... GenScan 16'te +31,3 GeneDirn 12% .331 Genzym 26% +14.9 1.00 GaPcGPs72% +26,5 1.00 GaPTimn 25'/« ... GeoTk Vi -88.1 .801 GianlFd 43 +32,3 .86 GiDelle 118% +37.4 ... Glenayre 15'A +21.9 ... GbbM 22»B -.3 ... GiOTen 40 .08 GolrJBncB 21* +240.0 ... GoldBks tt'17 -20.6 ... GWStBcwt 5% 1.10 Goodich 51% +31.4 1.20 Goodyear 69'/« +27.5 ... Grace n 19 ... GrhmFI 6ft -388 .35 GreenTrF 41V! +21.7 ... GreyWoll 3% +39.1 ... GreyhndL 6% +50.7 .07 GTetevsa 40"/« +45.7 .05 Guidanls 66'A +79.8 ... GUCrJag 4>M« ^15.7 ... Gutlstrm 42 +45.4 .08 HBOs 58'ft +96.1 ... HMTTch 12»« -2.5 .50 Hallibtns 49 Ve +32.6 ... Harken 5V« +13.2 ... HarmLgt 15'Vn ... HarrahE 25% +40.3 .32 Hasbro 39'* +42.2 ... NCR 38% +14.5 ... Hlthstrl 28 +283 1.26 Heinz 55'Ve +35.4 I.OS Herculs 46 +.3 .20 Hertz 43% +44.8 .641 HerttlPk 65% +21.2 .36 Hibem 21% +72.6 2.04 HighwdP 32lB +14.3 .32 Hirton 31 +12.3 ... HlywdE 10»/« -50.9 .20 HmeDeps 74% +84.1 .20 Hmstke 12'/u -8.9 1.12 Honywel 90% +28.8 ... HoslMar 19'/« +12.2 ... HoslMS I4V4 +58.9 t.8ffl Houslrlm 137^1 +51.5 1.50 Housllnd 27% +42.4 ... Humana 26V* +23.5 ... HulchT 29Vs +6,2 ... HyalPhr ><m -79.6 ... HypTelen 16 ... r2Tecn 65"/« +81.6 .10 IBP 19% -14.6 ... ICG Com 30'* +112.4 .241 ICNPhms 45'/4 +232.0 ... ICOS ITVl+117.9 ... IDEC 32 +40.0 ... IDTCorp 31 +306.1 .32 IMCGto 33'/4 -7.8 ... INSO 15% -37.4 ... IRIIntln 12% .16 lkonOIISold20% -24.3 1.24 Illnova 27% +35.6 ImagTcnn 2% ... Imatrn 3% +22.7 Imungn 1 3 Vte +58.0 ... ImunRsp 11 t232 .37e ImpCrdln d!4 NOTES • The Lists: Slocks Irom he New York, American and over-the-counter markets are included in this composite list. Stocks listed are those with the highest trading volume, regard- ess ol the market where hey are traded. Stocks ol oca) interest are in bold- lace type. • Stock Footnotes: d • New 52-week low; g - Dividends, earnings in Canadian dollars; n - Stock was a new issue in the past year; pf • Preferred stock; >r - Preferences; pp - Holder owes installments ol purchase price; rt - Rkjht to buy security at a specified price; s - Stock has split by at least 20 percent within past year; wi - Trades will be settled when the stock s Issued; wd - When distributed; wl • Warrant; u - New 52- week high; un - Unit, Including more than one security; vj Company in bankruptcy or receivership, or being reorganized. • Dividend Footnotes: a Extra dividends paid, net Included; b - Annual rale plus slock; c • Liquidating dividend; e - Amount declared or paid in last 12 months; 1 - Current annual rate; I • Sum ol dividends paid after stock split, no regular rale; j - Sum ol dividends paid this yean k • Declared or paid Ihls year, a cumulative Issue with dividends In arrears; m Current annual rate, which was decreased by recent announcement; p - Initial dividend; r - Declared or paid in preceding 12 months plus S2«k Dlv Name Last Sret .lOmlNCO d14% -53.2 ,57e IndoSalel 13'* -48.0 .34e IndoTel 7 -75.3 ... Inloseek 26 +396.7 .60 IngerRds 46% +35.9 ... InnovT 4% +288.9 .14 Innovex 20Vi -32.0 ... IntegClrc 17V4 -1.5 ... IntgDv 9% -31.4 ... IntgMed 4"/»t 110,8 .12 Intel s 74V« -8.6 ... Intelecl 6 »« +105,9 ... IntJrn dl'A -45.7 ... InlrCm 75V»+191.B .881 IBM 121% +42.1 ... IntFfccm 7 »« +343.6 ... InrJNtwk 32 +42.1 1.00 IntPap 50% +13.0 ... Intemeur 5<te -70.2 ... Inluil 48 V» +66.7 ... lomegas 6% -19.7 ... Irvine 2*»+11B.8 ... Isocor 3% +26.1 2.06c IstMoU 52Vz +86.0 ... tvaxCp 8'Vie -9.3 J-K-L ... JD Edwin 35% ... JDASotl 44V. +61.6 .02 JLG u18'/« +17.9 ... Jabils 35Vi +30.0 1.001 JohnJn 70VS +21.0 ... JonesAp 62% +43.2 ... JstFeel 22Va +26.2 ... K-tels 20"/« +450.0 ... KLATenc 35'/« -25.8 ... Kmart 18% +41.7 1.12 KNEngy 56 »» +43 J 2.60 KanPlpSn 3SV| +34.2 1.62 KCtyPL 28% +6.3 .16 KCSous 44 +135.1 .30 KaulBH 24% +72.0 ... Keane 46% +68.7 .90 Ketoggs 40% +12.9 .64 KBllwood 33V» +40.4 .94 Keycorps 39*« +51.1 1.00 KimbClk 50'* -1.5 ... Kohls s 46 +78.8 .. Komag SUV; -62.4 ... KooKR 2'A -32.5 - KrogerCo 42 V» +61.1 ... LCIIntl 38% +86.1 ... LHSGrpn 1 1T 1 * +388.9 ... Ulntlwl 1% ... LSILog 21"/« -50.0 ... LablRdys 33%+539.4 ... LakHawE 3'* +43.2 ,281 Laatawn 12% ... LamRsctl 24% -33.2 ... Lattice 43Vl -29.7 ... LearnCo 28%+319.4 .30 LehmBr 70'/c +89.5 ... LrnHauss 46 +251.9 ... LevelOnes 27% +88.1 .80 UlySis 66 +46.7 .52 Limitd 32% +72.2 .24 LinearT 71 Vu +36.9 ... Liposm 6'^c -744 ... Ueltuses 22% -5.3 1,60 LockhdM 113V« +22.1 ... Loehmann 5% -17.3 .. LneSStk 16% -16.2 1.78 ULCo 28VJ +34.2 ... LoiaISp 27% +758 52 wk Dlv Name Last Srct .22 Lowes u76"/is +94.7 .161 Lucenls 71'*+132.4 ... Lycos 56% +278.0 M-N-O .361 MBNAs 33% +61.1 .05 MCI 52% +33.7 .49 MIN 6% +6.1 .10 MG1C 58% +33.3 ... MRVCm 23% +5.4 ... MTITcn 13% +173.4 ... MVSIn 6% +62.9 ... MacroCh I2H/I6+111.0 ... Macrmdia 15 +72.7 ... MadgeNl 6'A -9.0 .09 ManorCr 30'/4 +10.0 ... Manuglsls 23Vt +64.4 ... MarDri 18Vz -5.9 .18 MarlntAn 33% ... Mastechs 20 +148.4 ... Malrilch 3V« -61.4 .28 Mattel 39V« +33.6 ... Maxims 32^« +19.4 ... MaySpeh 15% +48.2 1.271 MayDS 65% +39.5 .20 McDerl 38'* +49.1 .361 McDnUs u65% +30.3 ... McMoRn 4'ft +40.0 ... MedPart 9 -51.3 ... Medaph 7V«l +3.9 ... MedMgr 25% +147.0 ... Mediq 13% +92.2 ... MedlxRs % +30.0 .22 Medtrnics 51 'ft +49.5 1.441 MellnBk 69'A6 +61.8 ... MemcoSI 22% +76.8 ... MenlGr llVe +48.4 .80 MacllBks 36»'« +46.4 1.261 MercSI 78% +54.1 1.80 Merck 118 +29.7 ... Hercinlac 35 +161.8 .80 MenLyn 93% +82.8 ... MesaAIr 7% +44.0 ... MetaCreat B'ft -28.8 ... Melromda 14Vie +35.7 ... MtooWie 18V; +5.0 ... MicroAge I3'/K -28.8 ... Mkmchp 27'* -22.6 ... MicronEI 11 -29.1 ... MicmT 25 Ve -29.2 ... Mernks 2'te -14.8 ... Mlcro»fU85V« +43.5 ... MWAIIan Wt! -7.2 ... MidwGm 13V« -34.6 .15 MiIlHers 27Vi> +66.8 2.20 MMM 95% +6.8 ... MirageRst 21% -8.9 2.28 Mobil s 78% +16.8 ... MblTel 25 +121.9 .06 MolexA 26'* .16 MoneyStr 32% +29.8 .12 Monsan 57% +30.5 .80 MSDWl 79V« +100.8 3.80 Morgan 132% +30.4 .48 Motorola 55VS -13.3 ... Musktd 13VI+600.0 .16 Mylan 31 »'* +123,3 ... NBTYs 18W+154.4 ... NCRCp 37 +25.0 .32 NNBall 11% -2.0 ... Nabors 23% +9.7 .72 Na«hF 17% -t.t ... NatEng i\"m -44.0 ... NtSeml 16»/«i -39.4 1.52 NalnsBk 76% +34.1 ... Navistar 33%+136.2 ... NeltCpn 13 ... NeoMgic 16% -1.8 ... NeoTnera 13V4 +30.9 ... NeraAS d2% -47.3 ... Nelscpe 24% -14.9 ... NelvAAsc 63V« +3.0 ... NeoreK 29H+I2I.2 ... NewbNk 28V« -22.5 .72 Newell 47V4 +29.8 .12 NewmtM 27'/K -25.7 .08e NewsCorp 24% +40.5 .2te MewsCppl21"/« ... NexlelCm 24V« +86.1 .48 NikeB 47% -16.7 ... NobleOr 30% +47.0 ... NoiseCT "/« +144.4 ... Nokia s 66"/« +97.8 .56 Nordst u73'A +65.2 .80 tertlkSos 32% +8.0 ... NnhFce 25'/« +38.1 .40 NoFrkBcs 24 +73.3 ... NoestUl 15% +76.1 .30 NorTels- 67% +63,2 ... NwslAill 48'A +15.3 ... NwSBWr 4^lti +96.1 .66 Norwests 39% +56.3 ... Novell 10% +42.2 ... Novluss 38% -1.7 ... ON Teh ' 4 +23,2 ... OSISysn 10% ... OakTedi dS'te -38.a ... Oakley 13Vis +34.4 ... ObjDes i'lt -5.4 1.00 OcciPel 28% +28.1 ... Octelwi d24'A ... OHcDpt 29% +82.1 1.25 Ogden 29V» +57.1 1.20 Olin 45V« +17,5 .08 Omncie 35% +33.7 .50 Omnicms 47% +73.1 ... Omnipoinl 22% +87.2 ... Omtooln 8'/n ... Oncof ID -66,7 1.20 ONEOK 40',4 +41.4 ... OpenMkl 15'A +67.1 ... OpenTxIg 16'A +108.9 .12 OptcC utTVi +43.1 52 wk Div Name Last %rel .. JDracles 24% -21.3 .'.'. OraVax 1% -62.5 ... OrbSd 40%+15I.2 ... 0/ganjns 28% +134.4 ... Oryx' 22% -.5 ... Osfcom 3'/M -57.3 ... Oslex 2'/» +7.9 ... Owenslll 44% +54.5 ... OxfordHII IT 1 * -73.1 ... 0* Ite +6.7 .17p OzEmail 22'/4 +288.7 P-Q-R ... P-Coms 17'/u +10.9 ... PBOCHdnHta ... ... PC DOCS 5'A +1.1 (.OOmPECO 26% +41.7 1.20 PGSECp 30% +38.1 ... PLCSys 11% -29.6 ... PLDTele 6% +80.3 ... PMCSrra 41'A +83.6 ... PRIAuto 22'« -34.3 ... PSSWrld t2"/B +Z.5 ... PacGalen 46% +91.3 1.00 PacitCrpt 295VS4 ... PacilCB 78% +7.0 1.08 PacilCp 22% +19.4 ... PagingN 13'/« +68.9 .40 Pain Webs «'/n +89.2 ... PaiigTch 16'A -11.6 ... PalmrMd Ite -61.8 ... ParmTcs 32% +35.3 ... ParkDrl d8% -8.4 .60 ParkHans 43V2 +28.8 1.28 PalrAH 25"/i6 ... PallEngs 12 +31.3 ... Paxars 12% -18.8 ... Paymentc 16% -41.2 2.18 Penney 72% +47.9 ... Peopslts 42'* +74.0 .521 PepsiCo 39'* +11.9 .68 PerkEI 69'/4 -7.9 ... Petes 5% +2.1 ... PelsMarl 10% -12.2 .76 Pfizers 105'/«+119.1 . PharM 12Vn +17.1 1.08 Pharllpj 42'* +25.4 Pharmos 3+to+1333 1.60 PhilMor 37V« -12.4 ... PhilSvcg 5% -57.8 .98e PhlllpsEI 98 *» +71.9 1.36 PhilPel 50"/I6 +25.1 ... Pnonetel 1% -45.8 ... Phosphate d6Vz -53.4 ... Pholrlns 26% +27.4 ... PhyCor 17"/iB -34.6 ... PicTel 9'ft -30.5 .161 Pier 1s 25V< +82.3 .84a PilgAPr ItH'is +8.8 .35 PionHiBs 37% +60.7 .20mPlacerD 13'/» -25.2 ... PlatSotl 19'/« +90.6 ... PlalTc 26% +97.7 ... Players 5Vi +41.7 ... PlaytxPd 13% +44.5 .17e Pohang 15V; -44.6 .49e Polygr • seVie +13.9 ... PooreBr 1% -41.0 ... Powrwv 19Ve +6.5 PrmLasr 4V« -65.6 ... PrmPks 54''/B +81.3 ... PremT 23% -17.5 ... Prmlsy 27'A +147.5 1.60 PrenlPr 25'/it +12.5 ... Pridelntl 22^« +17.1 1.01 ProctGs 83% +261 PraDllngn20Vi« .... Pioltitts 39"/i6 +99.4 ... PromusH 41'/4 +14.7 ... PratDg d26'ft -20.3 .20 ProvFnn 65% 2.16 PSEG 32"/« +41.8 ... PurraTn 6% -31.0 .72 PPrIT 8¥«i +11.2 1.14 OuakrOat 57% +41.7 ... Ouafcom SSte +5.1 ... Quanta s 21 '/4 +17.3 ... Ouartrdk !'/« -36.0 ... Ouigleyn 11V* ... Quinlik>ss49V« +71.0 ... QuormHs 30% +31.7 ... QweslCms 36% ... RSBFalc 28% ... 2.05 RJRNab 27% -4.4 1.20e HOCFd 7* -13.3 .. RadaEIc 2% -3.8 ... Rambus 39'/« +31.5 ... RalnSIt 15% -10.4 .80 RaylhnAn 55'A .80 RaythnB 56% .. ReadRt d9l» -56.4 ... RINetwrn 23* 125 Recksn 24% +15.2 ... Recycling 6'A+1B1.3 .- Reebok 29'/» -24.8 ... RegCin 30% -3.4 .92 RegnFns 42+-B +47.3 ... Remedy 17'/« -51.2 ... RenaisWs IB'/s -23.2 ... Renlch 1% +850,0 ... Republnd 25% +7.3 .20 RepSec U13% +73.9 .36 ReynReyn2l"/rs -1.8 1.40 ReyMll 59% -7.8 ... RichCsl % +166.6 .43 RileAidsu35"/i6 +51.9 ... Rockshox d4% -64,5 1.02 Rockwl 56% -97 .221 RossStrs 42 Vt +45.6 ... Rowan 27% +26.1 .60 RylCarb 70V4 +104.4 1.52e RoylDuts 56% +20.8 ... RoyalOg 1 -61.9 52 wk Dlv Name Last %rel ... RoylOiyn 13% .64 Rubrmd 32Vit +25.0 .60 Ryder 33 Ve +2.8 S-T-U ... S3 Inc 6"/K -34.1 .93 SBC Corns 39 +42.1 ... SCISyss 35% +17.3 ... SFXEnln 44V; ... SafTLok 3% +35.0 1.401 Sateco 47% +15.0 ... Saleways 36'4 +67.2 1.00 SIPauls 43'A +27.1 .561 SLMHMs 41?'B +27.2 ... SalmHI2n 15 ... SanDiskn 16% +33.0 ... SFERs 10'* +20.3 .92 SaraLee 60',* +46.4 ... Savilles 39V* +107.9 ... Sawtek 27 -16.5 ... Scherer 82Vit +61.5 .881 SchergPI 87'A +99.0 .75 Scnlmbs 79V« +35.1 .16 Schwabs 34Ve +45.4 ... Seagate 22% -44.5 .66 Seagram u45V« +17.9 ... SeagullE 16% -7.3 .92 Sean 83 +23.0 ... SecCGBndJS ... SecDyn 22'ft -33.9 ... Semlchs 20 +41.4 ... Sensorml 13 -20.7 ... Sequnt 17»ie +20.0 ... Sequus 10V? +69.3 .36 SvceCp 40V» +17.2 ... SvcMer 2Ve -38.9 ... SevnSean 23V4 ... 7lti Level 4'/« +138.7 .30 Shaw 16 +30.2 .45 Sherwin 33'* +14.7 ... SiebelSyss 23 +95.5 ... SigmDg 4% -15.9 ... SkjResrts 16'4 -6.6 ... SilcnGph tl'Vie -35.1 ... SilicnVI d17% -24.6 ... SJel d7% -43.9 ... SmrtModsdl3% +22.7 ... Smllhln 51'ft +2.7 .836 SmttlBcs 57'A +29.7 ... SnyderCm 39?'« +45.0 ... Sodexho n 25% ... Soltnet U14V2+167.5 ... SoflwAGn 24)4 ... Sofeclis 43% +44.9 1.08 Sonat 40% -27.5 1.34 SoulhnCo 25^16 +26.1 .76 Southtrsls 43VI6 +71.2 .04 SwslAirs 26 Ve +42.6 .07 SovBcps 1814 +69.3 ... SpdFamn20% -31.7 ... SplAuth isn/a -11.4 I.OOa Sprint 73"/B +54.7 ... StalBkt Ife -23.4 1.238 SPUR tim +35.1 .77e spMid espm ... ... Stapletl 24 V« +73.9 ... StarTeles 24 ... Slarbcks 47 +50.0 2.081 SlarwdHII 48% +35.2 ... SlrlCmc 4IVz +36.8 ... SterlSolls27% +73.3 .34 StwStv 20'A -16.9 ... SlewEnts 26'/4 +48.4 ... SloneC 19'* +66.8 ... Slralus 37% -14.1 .20 StrideRI I3t« +3.8 ... SuizaF 58% +96.0 ... SunHltcr 17»« +15.4 ... SunMic 41 V« +23.9 .40 Sunamers 49% +57.8 .04 Sunbeam d23'ft -30.0 .68 Sundslnf 67V« +32.9 ... Sunglss 12 +71.1 ... SunrAssisI 30'A +1.0 ... SyOslTc 2 -3.1 ... Sybase 7% -49.6 ... Syroite 28Va +68.3 ... Synopsy 42% +23.7 .36 Sysco wi 23'* +40.6 .10 SystSft 7% +5.5 ... SystmSIt IJVaj -83.0 ... TAVATch 9"/» +566.7 ... TSATAn d4'te -18.1 1.24 TRW 57'* +10.6 .03p TV Aztec n 16% ... Ta»iSmn22"/i6 .44 Talbots 27% +.7 .40 Tandy s 45% +68.3 ... TedKtone 1% -73.2 ... TelSave 18'/K +35.2 ... Tek)ComA35'Vi6+l53.B ... TCALMs 32%+125.7 ... TelTCIAs 17% 1.948 TelBias! HOVe -12.6 I.l2e TeM/g 33% -5^ ,65e TelPeru 21% -11.7 l.63e TelMex 49V4 +129 ... TeteprtC 53% +77.4 ... Telabs 68% +49.7 .01 Telxon 34 i«6.0 ... TenelHH 36% +39.1 ... Terdyn 31 *« -22.2 1.80 Texaco s 58% +8.6 .34 Texlnsts 54'A +20.8 2,20 TexUlii 38% +22.6 ... Thermed d14Vi -16.3 ... TnermoEl 35+-K +10.0 ... ThrmTch 1V4 -34.7 ... ThilkNw 23"/is +612.1 .08 Thorlnds25% +70 J ... 3Com d27% -31.8 52wk Dec 98 145V2 145V2 143 143 -3'/2 Febg9 7070 yQ 77 7 QjQ 7555 , 7 1 3 r m sss Mar " I5ite soY 5 ^A N r 150V2 - 2V! ti 71J5 71:8 ° ™ is ::22 : SSS- SS*3 ft* « « a" 652 % 15 FEEOERCATTLE 69 --° 60 Tidwlr 38% -4.7 J " l9 ° n 656 65B , 651 652 , ' 5 * 50,000 Ibs.- cents per Ib. 36 TimeWarn BO'/K +70.8 Au 9»B 654 655* 651 651 « -6 May 98 7595 7602 7540 7552 -42 60 Trchmrks 45V« +43.7 Sep98 640 641 636 636'/4 -7Vz Au ' 98 78 ' 00 78 ' 17 77 ' 75 77gs _'., 24 Tosco 33V« +6.0 NOV98 633'/2 637 630'/2 631 -6 OonQB TH'TO 7B m 77 nn 77 on "17 " Mn I 6 '* "" l8 Jan " 639 ' /2 M2 637 * 637 * - 6 * 1 OC198 7805 7B15 77RO 779? 22 .. TrackData 5% +120.6 M - r99 645V 647 64 . .,, -^ O" 98 n ^ '8.15 77.80 77.95 -.22 Tracor U39V« +58.0 . Nov 98 78.60 78.62 78.22 78.30 -.30 ... TWA 9% +34.2 May 99 649/2 651 648 648 -6 Jan 99 78.50 78.50 78.35 7B.35 -.30 .12 Transocns 50 +50.0 Jul 99 652V2 656 652/2 654 —5 MnrQQ 7R *in 7R c in 7ni^ ?RI^ OR .50 Travelrss 63% +71.4 Nov 99 648 650 645 645V4 -7V2 ' unrti 401 TravPrp 40% +5.0 ,. Huua ' iioMis 19*6 +32 VAHfiAfi PITV GRAINS Jun98 61 -°° 61 - 37 60 - 75 6 °- 92 + - 07 . TrlconGn 3t'/is ... HHIIOHO Wl 1 I alUUIIO Ju| 9 8 61.00 61.22 6055 6107 +22 in IT! 1 . S* JltJ ' Wheat futures Friday on the Kansas City Board of *U998 58.40 58.70.58.05 58.45 +.02 S K « Ifj Trade: Ocl9B 53.65 53.85 53.50 53.55 -.15 UAL 80% +2 Open High Low Settle Chg. °ec98 54.15 54.25 54.00 54.00 -.10 .BObUMBFn 57Vl +«1.0 WHEAT FebB9 56.30 56.35 55.00 55.50 -.77 .591 UNUM 56% +44.3 5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel *P'99 55.95 55.95 55.80 55.92 ... USOfcPs 17 +3.6 Jun 99 64.00 64.25 63.95 64.00 -.10 2.14 USWest 52% +54.0 May 98 324 325 324 325 -1 j u i 99 B? o n . m ... USWM 38V4+108.3 J u |98 330VS 331 328 328VH -4 Jl 1 99 6105 to5 - lw£.»^J Sep98 338 338 M5 335V2 ' 3 ' A SaS o -o -• fravTln ,im nr Dao98 348te Ms * 346 ' /! 347 ' /4 - 3V{ ^—^—m 1.62 USTInc 26»'« +.7 CASH GRAIN nni n l'.oo usiiuss "M'% +2&5 lower: No. 2 hard 3.19V2-3.30Van: No. 3 3.08Vz- Selected world gold prices Friday '« n!? m J»* t!i 3 ' 29 ! /!n: N0 ' 2 red V " hea ' 3 - 02Vz - 3 - 30 ' /2n: No - 3 Foreign -Hong Kong late! $299.05 unchanged. 1 «e UWs 7^% $4 2 - 901V2 - 3 ' 29V2n - London morning fixing: $299.15 up $1.15; London 90 UCaib 5» tl56 Corn 7 ' 181 bushels: unch to * cent lower: No ' 2 afternoon fixing: $300.40 up $2.30; London late: !80m UntonPac 52% -1M whit « 2.B5-2.90n: No. 2 yellow 2.49V4-2.57n: No. 3 $ 29 8.65 unchanged; Paris atternoon fixing: Closed .20 UPacRs 21 -25.9 2.29V4-2.56n. for holiday; Frankfurt fixing: $300.67 up $1.62; 20 KffiL'l'S^i! M°- 2mil °K 4 - 09 ^i, 6 , n - Zurich late afternoon: $300.25 up $2.15. ... U phase s 6'«t128.5 No. 1 soybeans 6.43V 2 -6.57n. Domestic - NY Handy & Harman: $300.40 up TO UBWVs pferfT? Hoppers 46.00-48.00. $2.30; NY Handy & Harman fabricated: $315.42 up ... USAImay67% +90.7 OH Mil IIIETIflV 1 IlirOfnnif hard fabricated: $316.64 up $2.42; NY Merc, gold ™ nlr^ 1 " 5 ^ * 49J oALll>A WEEHLT UVrolUblt spot month close Fri $299.80 up $1.10; NY Republic lie USSurg 39'J +19 Market quotations Friday: National Bank 4 p.m. Fri. $299.70 up $1.30. an ^nSi vsv, at Feeder steers and heifers 350-900 Ib steady on a very OIIIICD 1 8J ullNCo »!.'!< +3Bj limiled su PP'y- Slaughter cows and bulls steady. Trade OlLVCIf V-W-X-Y-Z actlve ' Uemand 9° od - Hecelpts b9 percent (432) 6UO Ib Handy & H 'arman silver Friday $6.010, up $0.040: .80 VF Cp > 53 Vk +39.0 and over > 30 pement (222) 600 Ib and under, 1 1 per- Fabricated $6.731 , up $0.045; The bullion price for •" Kf • d 'SS ~$\\ cent (83) cows and bulls. silver earlier in London $6.0075 up $0.1275; Engel- 19 ul 35515 S Si Feeder steers (figures in parenthesis are weighted av- hard $6.020, up $0.050: Fabricated $6.742, up SA s!*^:? ' ^oo^iMo^^raloiuo^^^soo" $0 - 058;NYMerC5ilvers P° tmonthFrida y* 5 - 925 ' !" S" 27% +24il 55 ° lb 90.0M2.00 (91.52), 550-600 Ib 89.00-94.00 ° H$0 - 013 ... Veecolnst 32Vis -10.4 79.50-86.00 (82.70), 700-750 Ib 74.50-80.00 (76.76), nil ... Vencorn IO^B ... m hnari 79? Ih 73 75, R00-fl5fl Ih 7? 00 R50-9no Ib . . '" Kf S 'i?« "f? 1 ! 70.50-72.50 (71.47); medium and large 1-2: 450-500 lb Petroleum cash prices Friday as compared with ~ v^p h ^ .{j, aS.OO-BB.OO (85.64). 7 head 569 lb 85.00, 600-650 Ib Thursday prices: Vestcomn 9fc .. 75.00-81.00 (80.05); large Holsteins 2: 5 head 199 Ib Fri. Thurs. ... VlacB 57V« +97.9 145.00 per head, 3 head 439 Ib 66.00, 500-550 Ib West Texas IntermedS per bbl lob (518 1528 ... Viand 16V« -64.1 65.00-66.00 (65.58), 3 head 573 Ib 60.00, 2 head 605 "' utaOP S ^?i Ib 57.00, 10 head 659 Ib 58.25, 4 head 759 Ib 51.00, 3 : *S 1*S *] head BOS ib 53.75. From Staff and Wire Reports 1.601 Vishay 21% -20.5 ... Vrstana I9V» +95.5 ... Vitesse J9'.4 +49.3 |I_IBI]| ... Vrwss 10% -40.3 ^B^H -™- 4T^.-m M* ••.:,:., ,'-.,- EJ lit Observance of .25 Walgm W/t +54.5 F^^^l M MEMORIAL DAY ... WsteCnnn14te ... ^^g^^l "ISS+iJ 1^^ The Following Area Banks will ... WvePrue 12% +73.3 ^.^.^J _ , .««• , __. _ _ ' : g' 1 1 4 7 P^ be closed Monday, May 25 2 ;"iEi|I THE BENNINGTON STATE BANK 1 ';S vSaT.slli i:i HpjH Benningtoii, Kansas «^^^| : £ 1:| THE BANK OF TESCOTT ^R^H| i'44i ^" iSIS l : i M Tescott, Kansas ^^^^i r^M :L £ \™ ijS UNITED BRANCH BANKHL^V^I ,, m |: ;| pa Minneapolis, Kansas ^••QH "" S,? fl+m'o P^H Normal Business Hours P^^SH 29 Zapau 10% +1435 ^^^1 Will ReSURte ffr^^^^^l . Zild 8% -63.4 BV^I Tll*>fiflflV MHV 9ft li^i^i^i^i^H ... ZmaxCpn ulO% ... K^ ^ AUCHUay, IVltty ^O ^^^^^H

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