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The name of the issuing company is followed by the original coupon or interest rate and the last two digits of the year of maturity. Ykt-The annual percentage return to the investor at the current price. Chg.-Difference between the closing price and the previous daily closing price. cv-Bond is convertible into stick under specified conditions, cf-Certificates. de-Oeep discount issues, ec European currency units (-dealt in flat-traded with accrued interest, m - Matured 2' -14 ' 4 4 1'2 Vi 1V bonds, rpfieduced principal. t.-Stamped. wwWith warrants. vWn bankruptcy of receivership or being reorganized under the bankruptcy act, or securities assumed by such companies. zrZero 7.5 91 coupon issue. O'Reilly steps down as head of H.J. Heinz SiflE6'06 TVA6'A99 TVA6'02 TVA6'02 TVA6'03 TVA722 TVA722 TVA8.05S24 TVA829 TVA8V434 7VA8'A42 TVA7V43 TVA6'43 TVA7 85S44 Tenet 8s05 Tenet 807 Ten 95990 TnWat795sX 77 TmeWa796804 75 TnWar705 7.4 TmeWar9'13 . 7.8 TnWai2t13 TmeWai9.15s23 7.7 TmeWar2i36 ToHCp9Vi03 TutP7 65s03 76 TutP8'01 80 USTimb907 9.3 Dividends TUESOAV DIVIDENDS DECLARED IRREGULAR BuNat Indus g .07 12-22 1-2 CorpHiYWFd ... .1095 12-11 12-18 CorpHiYldll ... ,0973 12-11 12-18 Courtaukte PLC x .077 12-5 2-4 x- approx amount. DobtSlralFd , ... .081 12-11 12-18 Income OppFd 1999 ... .05 12-11 12-18 Income OppFd 2000 ... .0529 12-11 12-18 Senior HilncoPtfl ... .0796 12-11 12-18 Suzy Shier Ltd 9 .04 12-16 12-30 Woridwid DllrVestFd ... .1019 12-11 12-18 STOCK Bevoily Enterpr x 12-3 x-one share of New Beverly for each share held: pay date " " unannounced. DPLIno x 12-16 1-12 x- 3 for 2 split. Doughlies Foods x 12-12 1-2 x-3 for 2 split. Lynch Corp x 12-4 12-5 The Associated Press PITTSBURGH Anthony O'Reilly, the flamboyant head of H.J. Heinz Co., is stepping down as chief exec- '- : utive and will TJ. T iui ii uvci uajr- to-day control of the company to . his top lieutenant amid criticism that Heinz stock gains haven't been as stunning as O'Reilly's pay. O'Reilly O'Reilly, 61, will stay on as chairman for three more years, but won't hold an executive title at the company. Heinz President William R. Johnson, 48, has been' gloomed to succeed O'Reilly and' 'akes over as chief executive. I As soon as the announcement was made Tuesday afternoon, Heinz stock shot up $1.25 per share, then closed at $52.63 in trading on the New York Stock Exchange. Heinz's stock price surged in the years following O'Reilly's 1979 appointment as chief executive, but in recent years the returns have lagged the overall stock market while O'Reilly has remained among one of the highest-paid U.S. executives. O'Reilly, the biggest individual shareholder in the. company with $400 million in stock, has been struggling with other big shareholders about his close ties to Heinz's board of directors. While O'Reilly denied that the board, was filled with his cronies, Business Week magazine reported in September that big shareholders, were expected to push for more critical directors. "I think Johnson has been 10-28 11-6 11-17 11-26 SOURCE: Bloomberg News running the company, so I don ' think this is any ..significant change," said William Leach, &U stock analyst for Donaldsolid Lufkin & Jenrette in New York, f Neither O'Reilly nor Johnsoh was available for comment fj For the past year and a halfji O'Reilly has sold off some Hein$ j businesses and bought new ones-to concentrate on tuna, babv food- 1 diet food, restaurant food, pet food and ketchup. ' y f Over the past six years, Heinz stock has returned.133 percent- while the Standard &Poor s 500 index has gained 165percen1;.l; Meanwhile, Business Week re- i ported, O'Reilly has beenNpaid! .'id(in..:li:. . v 0 Johnson has been regarded as O'Reilly's heir apparent for nearly two years. In June 1996, he! was appointed president and j chief operating officer. 1 3 At the time, he said he wanted; to reduce Heinz's operating!; costs, as he did for Heinz's tuna and pet food businesses. i Johnson also said he would try to expand the tuna, restaurant j foods and baby-food businesses, extend Heinz's European opera- j tions into Russia and overhaul the wholly owned Weight Watchers I program. j O'Reilly will be able to spend j more time on his international newspaper empire and his j luxury-goods company, Water- i ford Wedgwood, based in Ireland, ( said D. Edward I. Smyth, a; 3 spokesman for Heinz. 1 " " . In Ireland, O'Reilly is known ?) as one of the country's richest; ii :J it t i: ciuzeus. nc paiu we jacqueiuie-Kennedy Onassis estate $2.59 million for a 40-carat diamond ring ior nis wne, enryss uouianv j dris O'Reilly. i-1 i 26 through V7-36 on 5eptembei pursuant to Sections 163.3184, USAWS4S02 Unisys 8'A06 Amer Realty Tr BCEIncg BlckRck2O01Trm BIckRck Ins Muni BIckRck lnsMn2006 BlckRcxNYInsM2008 BIckRck StrafTrm Browning-Ferris Butnham Pacific Capitol Tiansamer .05 .34 .0333 .052 .0662 . .0712 .0395 .19 .25 .07 .0575 .13 02 .05 .04 .07 .30 .15 .315 .10 20 .0642 .04 043 .0486 .048 .1375 .17 .07 .0665 .0665 .0625 .10 .02 .05 .075 .15 .15 .07 .16 .0735 .0405 .0361 12-15 12-15 12-11 12-15 12-15 12-15 12-11 12-19 12-19 12-10 12-31 12-15 .12-31 12-15 12-12. 2-1 12-12 12-15 12-19 12-15 12-12 12-15 12-15 12-15 12-15 12-15 12-15 12-10 12-15 12-16 12-16 12-16 12-15 12-19 12-15 12-15 12-29 12-17' 12-15 12-15 12-31 12-31 12-31 12-31 1-15 12-19 12-31 12-31 12-31 12-19 ,1- .12-31 12-19 12-31 12-31 1-15 12-31 1-12 1-16 1-2 1-15 1-10 12-31 1-5 12-31 12-31 12-31 12-31 12-31 12-31 12-17 12-31 12-31 12-31 12-31 1-5 1-8 12-26 1-2 1-15 1-2 12-31 , 1-5 12-31 12-31 12-31 CommonSense MuniBd M Continentl MlgEquty O Craflmade Intl Devon Energy Doughlies Foods Emerald IsleBncp Florida PubUtils Greater Bay Bncp Heinz HJ, Income OpportRlty MBLAFnd MPS Charter Income MFS GvtMktslnco MFS Interm Income MFS Multmkllnco MFS Muni Income MFS SpecialValue Mayflower Co-op Bk Mentor Inco Fd Muni Adv Fd MuniPtnrs Muni Ptnrs II. Nad Realty LP. Nutrition For Life PennCorp Fncl Petrol HeatPwr Raven Indus Skyline corp Transcont Realty Utd Fire 4Cas VanKamACCAInsTxFr M VanKamACCpBdA, M VanKamACCpBdB&C, M VanKamACGIbGvSecA, M .041 12-31 12-31 VanK AC GlbGvSecB&C, M .036 12-1 12-15 VanKACGvtSecsBIC, M .049 12-1 12-15 VanKACHilncoBdA, M .05 12-31 12-31 VanKACHilncoBdB. M .; .046 12-31 12-31 VanK AC HiYldA, M I .075 12-31 12-31 VanKACHiYktB, M .0665 12-31 12-31 VanKACHiYldC, O .0665 12-31 12-31 VanK AC Hi YldMunA, M .06 12-31 12-31 VanKACHiYldMnBiC, M .053 12-31 12-31 VanKACInsdTxFrA, M .08 12-31 12-31 VanKACInsdTxFrB, O .0677 12-31 12-31 VanKACLIdMatGvA, M .055 12-31 12-31 VanK AC Ltd MatGvB, M . .047 12-31 12-31 VanKACMunilncoA, - M .0705 12-31 12-31 VanKACMunilncoB, M .061 12-31 12-31 VanK AC PATxFrA, M .0775 12-31 12-31 VanKACPATxFrB. M .0665 12-31 12-31 VanKACShtlTrmGlbA, M .039 12-31 12-31 VanKACShrtTrmGIbB, M .0342 12-31 12-31 VanKACStratlncoB. M .0745 12-31 12-31 VanK AC TxFrHilncA. M .073 12-31 12-31 VanKACTxFrHilncB. M 0637 12-31 12-31 VanK AC US Gvt A, M . .0842 12-31 12-31 VanK AC US Gvl 8, M .074 12-31 12-31 VanK AC USGvlncAB&C, M .04 12-31 12-31 WitcoCorp Q . .28 12-15 1-5 Zwekj Total Ret M .07 12-11 12-24 1- one share of Class A common stk of Eastwest Communicationes Inc for each share held. Phila Suburban x 12-15 x- 4 for 3 split. CORRECTION x .075 3-1 Kemper HilncomeTr Kemper Interm Gvt 12-15 12-15 12-31 12-31 x .05 x- correcting pay date. SPECIAL Hingham InstSvgMA ... .13 1-12 1-20 Naif Realty LP ... 150 12-15 1-5 South SlreelFnd ... 6.00 12-17 1-8 INCREASED Bristol-MyersSqbb 0 .39 1-2 2-1 Essex CountyGas Q 42 12-15 1-1 Heritage Bncp Q .14 12-16 12-31 REGULAR Reuttr MEXICO CITY After overcoming an unusual slump in sales, Coca-Cola de Mexico soon could have bragging rights as the market with the world's biggest per capita consumption of the soft drink. Continuing infrastructure and marketing investments have helped make Mexico one of the largest markets in the world for Coca-Cola, and it has no intention of slowing its pace. The beverage company is finding important new oudets in schools and Mexico's expanding network of movie theaters. It also appears to be leaving its main competitor, Pepsi-Cola, trailing in the dust. On a per capita basis, Coca-Cola reached the level of one serving per day per person earlier this year, said Rodrigo Calderon, vice president for corporate relations in Mexico. "We have already reached 365 (servings per capita) in July and have since gone above that," he said, adding that for the full year the per capita amount will be about 342 servings. That compares with about 370 servings in the United States. "We should become the largest per capita market in the world next year." A short drive down the Paseo de la Reforma, Mexico City's showpiece avenue, reveals clear evidence of the Coca-Cola delivery and marketing machine: a flashing neon sign for the soft drink, bright red Coca-Cola canopies on movable shoeshine stands, and a Coke delivery truck parked near a store. While there are niche products in the soft drink coolers, the two main competitors in Mexico are Coca-Cola and Pepsi-Cola. But Pepsi has a much smaller presence and appears to be losing market share. Deutsche Morgan Grenfell said recently it had downgraded Mexican Pepsi bottler Pepsi-Gemex to a hold from buy. The company's analyst, Marco Vera, saia they were,' among other things, concerned about Pepsi-Gemex's continued market share losses to Coca-Cola bot-tlers. vt ";'';; . ' "I think the only market where Pepsi is still a competitor is in the United States," Calderon said. "Pepsi-Cola is not really a factor in Latin America. Sales of Coca-Cola in Mexico weakened somewhat after the 1994 crash of the peso and the subsequent recession, but they fell less than the industry average. In 1994, Coca-Cola sales grew 11 percent in Mexico, while sales for the rest of the industry grew 2 percent. With the crushing recession that followed the crash of the peso, Coca-Cola's sales fell 1.5 percent in 1995. It said sales in the rest of the industry fell 15.1 percent in Mexico. By 1996, Coca-Cola- sales grew 4 percent, while sales in the rest of the industry fell 10.8 percent. To midyear, Coke's sales rose 7.8 percent, while those of the opposition fell 3.9 percent, Calderon said. The company expects to end the year with a 10 percent increase in sales. Part of the company's success is tied to its large number of points-of-sale: 870,000. Many of these are small corner stores. "Without any doubt, we have a very, very large number of points-of-sale," Calderon said. "The street corner shop is still a very important part of selling consumer products in Mexico." He noted that 58 percent of corner store profits from soft drink sales come from Coca-Cola products, compared to 13 percent for the nearest competitor. "We have been growing, especially during the crisis years. Since 1994, we have increased our investment from a level of around $300 million to now about $500 million," he said. Advertisement NEW TAX LAW KILLS YOUR IRA AT DEATH!!! Under the new tax law the I.R.S. will take almost ALL OF YOUR IRA IN TAXES when die. For a free you report on how to give your IRA to vour kids instead of the I.R.S. telephone 1-800- .453-3657 24 hours for a free f recorded message. NO. 413782 STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS NOTICE OF INTENT TO FIND PALM BEACH COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS IN COMPLIANCE DOCKET NO. 971 ER-N01 -5001 -(A)-(l) - BBBBBKBBBKBKtlUBBBtKKm 9 Mot I Norttanlnc Earnings' "" ....... I - 'smc :-,g- ReveetM S2.168313 Jt, 767.336 I , , YearAoo " ... . (Figures in OWs except per share data) Net Inco $267,986 $77,442 "V 8 Tuetday Per Share $0,61 n.a. Revenue $110,922 $95.653 ' Blyth Induttriei Inc Rnanclal Federal Corp Net Inco $3102 $2,676 . 3,dQ" 181 9 Per Share $031 $0.28 YearAgo g YearAgo g . , 9a ' $192457 $153,522 Revenue $16,369 $12,530 6 ... ,5, Neilnco $19626 $15,411 Net Inco $3,674 $2,972 YearAgo Per Share $0 40 $0.32 Per Share $0.24 $0.18 Revenue $206,363 $187,884 9 John Wiley 7 Soni Inc u-l . Net Inco $5,097 $4,368 YearAgo 2ndOtr g Sales $485,226 $373,312 YearAgo g PerShare $052 $047 Net Inco $37,359 $29 575 Revenue $115,886 $107,070 Sbortwcod Packaging Corp Per Share $0.75 $0 61 Net Inco $5,639 $3,494 2ndOtr g Casey's General Stores Inc Per Share $0 34 $0 21 2ndOlr g 6 Mos Ym,A9 YearAgo g YearAgo Revenue $114,828 $115,246 Revenue $318,778 $287,670 Revenue $227,972 $206,287 Net inco $8 560 $7 094 Netlnco $10,807 $8,905 Netlnco $13,721 $10,723 M4fi Per Share $0 41 $0.34 Per Share $0.84 $065 6 Mos Movado Group Inc e YearAgo . 3rdQtr g YearAgo Revenue $640 600 $576,035 YearAgo g Revenu, $215 424 $223 367 Netlnco $21,348 $17,775 Sales $84,536 $76,864 Per Share $0,81 $0.68 Net to $9,308 $7,350 Ne,lnC0 $'4'769 $13'233 ' :'v 1 CUC International Inc Per Share $0.77 $0.65 Per Share $0.80 $0.71 3rd Qtr g 9 Mos r-restated, b-lncludes Discontinued operations, c-lncome. d- yfearA9 9 YearAgo loss, k-lncludes extraordinary credit or charge, f-includes Revenue $774,708 $633,330 Sales $176,447 $158,629 Netlnco $110,904 d$l6,408 Netlnco $11,402 $8,560 operate rt only, g-amounls in Canadian dollars, x-adusted Per Share $0 23 t Per Share $0.96 $0.76 lor slock dividend. The Department gives notice of its intent to find the Amendments to the Comprehensive Plan for Palm Beach County, adopted by Urdinance Nos. y - 22, 1997, IN COMPLIANCE, g- payable In Canadian funds. . MLTTYkJ Organgns PCOtert PcEnpfA PcEnpfC PGEpfE PeopteHld PmWor PSColpf RKieraT n SCEd pfE TDSCapt TolEpfC USB Hid n UnCap AMEX LOWS Amtec Apogee CottnVgn DaytonMn FFP FarmTel Harold JPMCI n LsrTech MDCg MandCOOn MediaLog OOkiep Penob PropCTs Rehmtgn Rigelg RoyalOg StrgCmp VitaFdn WEB Mai 2031 Foreign Stock Market 2065 Top Dollar Stocks The following Information is available by fax. 9101 Local Mortgage Rates 9106 New Car Loans 9126 Bank & Thrift Safety Ratings 511 Customer Service: From Tequesta through Boynton Beach (407) 820-2020. Elsewhere call 800-349-1511. 50 cents for up to five minutes. See 2A for more details. 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The adopted Palm Be6ch County Comprehensive Plan Amendments and the Department's Objections, Recommendations and Comments Report, (if any), are available for public inspection Monday through Friday, except for legal holidays, during normal business hours, at the Palm Beach County Planning Department, 1 00 Australian Avenue, West Palm Beach, Florida 33406. Any affected person, as defined in Section 163.3184, F.S., has a right to petition for an administrative hearing to challenge the proposed agency determination that the Amendments to the Palm Beach County Comprehensive Plan are In Compliance, as defined in Subsection 163.3184(1), F.S. The petition must be filed within twenty-one (21) days after publication of this notice, and must include all of the information and contents described in Rule 9J-1 1.012(7), F.A.C. The petition must be filed with the Agency Clerk, Department of Community Affairs, 2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2100, and a copy mailed or delivered to the local government. Failure to timely rile a petition shall constitute a waiver of any right to request an administrative proceeding as a petitioner under Section 1 20.57, F.S. If a petition is filed, the purpose of the administrative hearing will be to present evidence ana testimony and forward a recommended order to the Department. If no petition is filed, this Notice of Intent shall become final agency action. If a petition is filed, other affected persons may petition for leave to intervene in the proceeding. A petition for intervention must be filed at least five (5) days before the final hearing and must include all of the information and contents described in Rule 60Q-2.010, F.A.C. A petition for leave to intervene shall be filed at the Division of Administrative Hearings, Department of Management Services, 1 230 Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-1550. Failure to petition to intervene within the allowed time frame constitutes a waiver of any right such a person has to request a hearing under Section 1 20.57, F.S., or to participate in the administrative hearing. After an administrative hearing petition is timely filed, mediation is available pursuant to Subsection 163.3189(3)(a), F.S., to any affected person who is made a party to the proceeding by filing that request with the administrative law judge assigned by the Division of Administrative Hearings. The choice of mediation shall not affect a party's right to an administrative hearing. -s-Charles G. Pattison, Director Department of Community Affairs Division of Resource Planning and Management 2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2100 Stock quotes and financial updates Cad 511 and enter category 2500 for StockLine. Press 1 to hear a stock quote or 2 to hear instructions. These quotes are updated every 15-20 minutes.Enter the codes below to hear frequently updated reports from Dow Jones. m 2066 Stock Market Report 2006 Bond Market Report 2052 AMEX Update 2042 Today's Big Story 2036 Key Rates and Prices 2011 Business Headlines 2021 Commodity Futures 2071 U.S. Dollar Update 2026 Dow Jones Average 2056 Nasdaq Report 2051 NYSE Most Active 2012 Financial Summary 2061 Precious Metals Report PUBLISH: December 3, 1997 ti r riminim im mk at f r t hit r ,-'"nirifl

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