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>B8 Thursday, May 18,1995 MONEY The Salina JoumaT Europeans eye U.S. luxury car market By The Associated Press BERLIN — While opposed to punitive tariffs like those Washington has threatened to put on Japanese luxury cars, European automakers said Wednesday they're poised to take advantage of them. "• "Our basic philosophy is free trade and open markets," said Mercedes-Benz spokesman Wolfgang Riecke. "But if taxes were to create an opportunity, then Mer- cedes would be interested in increasing our market share." BMW issued a similarly cautious statement saying BMW on principle is opposed to a punitive tariff "although the company could profit from it." The Clinton administration announced $5.9 billion worth of punitive tariffs on Japanese-made luxury cars Tuesday, charging Japan with blocking American cars and car parts from a fair share of the Japanese market. Tokyo fought back Wednesday by filing a formal complaint at the World Trade Organization in Geneva. "The United States must realize that it cannot freely employ illegal tactics," said trade minister Ryutaro Hashimoto. Washington's threat to impose 100 percent tariffs on 13 luxury Japanese models could make Mercedes and BMWs seem cheap in comparison. However, the Federation of the German Automobile Industry voiced strong opposition to the U.S. plan. Spokesman Winfried Grzenia said German automakers also want improved access to the Japanese market, but the U.S. tariffs threaten to make the world trade system "come apart at the seams." Shares of German automakers have risen in recent days. \ Safe pesticide makers win inventors' award By The Associated Press WASHINGTON — A pair of Pennsylvania researchers won Inventor of the Year honors Wednesday for developing an environment- friendly pesticide that kills caterpillars. • Harold Aller and Adam Hsu of the Philadelphia-based Rohm & Haas Co. were honored for development of the pesticide Confirm. They will split $5,000 from Intellectual Property Owners, an association of inventors and holders of trademarks and patents that sponsors the annual competition. In addition, Thomas McEwan of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California, received a distinguished inventor award from the association for development of a low-pow- er, short-range radar. Confirm mimics a natural hormone to cause a caterpillar to shed its skin, causing it to die, he explained. The pesticide won Environmental Protection Agency approval just Friday, he said, although the agency had allowed it to be used last summer on an emergency basis to battle army worms in cotton fields. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE 1.42a .78 15 .78 11 .96 17 19 .90 12 26 2.0 13 .90 13 17106 3.015 5427 .46 16 t.OOa 1.00 15 2.00 2.4 18 .92 23 Name AfLAC AK Steel AMR AT&T AbUab Abjtibi g AVID AetnLf Ahmans AirProd AIIFrt AirTouch Albertsn Alsan AllgPow AIIWrld2 Assign! 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A 57 y. t% 53% — 1'A 62 44 % — Vt Change -12.45 Other indexes • Standard & Poor's 500 Index 527.07 -1.12 • Standard & Poor's Industrials 627.43 -0.39 1 New York Stock Exchange 283.52 -0.75 • Over-the-counter Composite Index 871.93 + 3.68 • American Stock Exchange Index 489.52 + 0.14 High: 4,435.74 Low: 4,403.23 Stock data by The Associated Press ^^ Call Journal Line 825-6OOO STOCK QUOTE - Category 9000 RNANCIALS - Category 7500 • NYSE 4 p.m. revised volume 347,908,832 • NYSE after-hours volume 1,491,168 • NYSE consolidated volume 430,840,720 • Total consolidated issues traded 3,005 • Issues higher in price 966 • Issues lower in price 1,264 1 Issues unchanged 775 1O most active stocks NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE AIUBKAN STOCK EXCHANGE OVER-THE-COUNTER Name Compaq s FordM s HmeDep GTE Kmart NtSemi WalMart CocaCI PacTel TelMex Volume Last Chg. 52231 40 + 1 Vt 41537 29 — % 39415 40% — % 36790 32% — % 35440 12% — % 35309 27% +1% 33082 24'A — Vt 31669 58 + % 30658 26 Vi — Vt 29698 3 1 'A Name ViacB Viac vrt CheySolt ChDevA Inlelcm IvaxCp EchoBay FAusPr RoyalO g InterDig Volume Last Chg. 7520 47 % + V» 6140 1 1-16 6132 13% — Vt 4839 5 15-16+ 1-16 4588 71-16 + Vt 3991 26 — 'A 3786 9'A+3-16 3710 8 9-16 + 1-16 3673 3'A 3423 6% — % Name ApldMatl 6 Intel AmerOn s Mlcsft s Oracle s Loewen g Novell PlatTc Borlnd Volume Bid Chg. 807278017-64+11334 64885 110% + 1 % 48095 35% —3 86 + 1 Vk 34% +3-16 31'A +5-16 22 + % 35200 16 5-16—1 3-16 32332 13 +1'A 41572 35823 35764 35694 Sensormt .2223 3318 30% —'A SvceCp .44 18 3271 28% + Vi Shaw .30 19 10595 14% —% ShawNt .88 17 3794 28% SignetBs .6812 2229 22 +% SilcnGph 30 9444 38%+ 1% SmlBoeq 1.28e 15 15181 37% + % Solectron 19 3912 31- +% SouthnCo 1.2213 5674 21% — Vi SouPacR 19 7991 17 —% SwstAIri .04 21 10832 21 —% Sprint 1.0 13 4830 33'A + 'A StBPnts 2434 1%—15-16 StoneC 15418 18% —% StoneEn 47 3293 14 + % StorTch 24 3412 22 Vi — Vi Stratus 14 2909 30% +% SunHltcr 15 6914 17% +H SunOstr .04 14 5122 18% —% SunMn 3655 2 Supval .94 10 2118 27 Sysco .4421 2550 27% —'A - T - T 2928 7'A —'A 2376 23% +% 3927 13Vi —Vt 3190 7% TCW03 TIGHd TJX TVXGId Tandem z 250 22800—55 20 2675 25% —% 21 5753 15 17 4762 13% .40 22 2658 30% .65 3255 8% 1.2521 6307 39% —% DanaCps 1.0 26 19194 57 +1% Dardenwi .60 4726 35'A + % DaytHd 3491 7% — Vt DWDsc .60 35 5468 38Vt —% Deere 18 5062 17% —% 2.96 17 12552 65'A —% .68 21 .50 16 9 1.2 12 .55 50 3571 4262 4662 2593 2204 2801 - C - C 1.4425 3836 5% — Vi 36% —% 23% + Vt 11'A 58%—1'A 39% 59'A — % .12 253941419-64 + 419-64 1.76 12 2457 76% —Vt .49e 18 3026 19% 22 6971 50'A+2% 2462 25% t 'A 26 2020 32% + 'A 6 2001 18% .20 11 6992 12% —'A .20 18 X4087 23'A + % 1.84 26 4002 22% —% 1.24 17 4565 47%—1'A .32 11288 17% + % .20 19 2197 66% + 'A .32 17 2963 21% —'A .12 23 3490 43% + 'A .04 13 2327 16'A — % .30 19 8672 25% —% 25 10519 42 Vi— 3% 1.0 12 9825 62% + % .80 6 2282 9 1.7212 2759 24% —% 3232 2% + Vt .20 22 4040 47 + Vt .80 9 17508 47% + Vt .76 9 12747 45 — % .85 19 5624 48% —% .60 5 10955 43% — % .96 13 3545 84% —% 4580 2 —'A .10 16 5551 26% —'A 22 6814 34% — % 1.20 7 15516 51 —% .751 15 3102 11% —'A .751 15 2416 11% —% .041 16 3449 17 —% .40 17 2063 31 + Vt .882831869 58 +% Colemn 27 63 36% —'A FstUC ColgPal 1.6418 2775 71%—1 FleetFnc ColHCA .121610809 41'A +% FleetEn Comeric 1.289 2368 29% +% Flemng CPsyc .01e34 3141 12% FlhillG CompUSA 5424 29 +1 FordM s Compaq s 1252231 40 +1'A FoundH CmpAsc .2028 4555 72% —Vt FMCG CompSci 24 3315 50 t% FrontrCp ConAgr .831613995 31%—% FrultL ConrPr 7 9750 12% t% Conrail 1.511 4753 54'A —% GTE CnsFrt .20e 18 4850 24 Gannett CnStor 16 2133 18% +'A Gap CtlAirB 2114 16% —'A GnData Cooper 1.32 3411 38% —% GenElec Coramn .09e 8345 18'A +% GnGrth Corningln .722310098 33'A —% Gnlnsts CntwCrd .3220 3485 19 S A —% GnMill CoxCmn 2326 15% —% GnMillwi CrayRs 3056 20% + % GnMotr CwnCork 28 3078 42'A -% GM E CumEng 1.00 7 2058 47% —% GMEpIC CypSem 29 7160 35 +% GMH Cyprus .80a 11 3609 26 GnRad -D-D - GaGulf .92 11 3146 27 Vi — % GaPac 8694 10% -% Glllele 1.76 13 5298 68% —'A GlaxoWel .6411 7020 47 % +'A GlenFed 2.2 12 5544 88'A — 1H GlobM .20 7065 63%—2% Goodyear 21 2828 38 + Vt Grace 16743 47% +% GrdCasn .12 12 5959 27'A — % GIWFn .36 23 9006 55'A —'A GreenTs .2025 4108 27% +% GTelevsa .6420 2509 36'A GTribasa 3.0011714020 72'A—2'A Guidantn .68 22 16104 23Y4 + % 2.081510706 68 —1% Haemon .72 4161 8% +'A Halbtn 1.88 18 2126 27% Hanson 2.64 15 6250 54% t'A Harnish 1.0423 2859 44% —% Harsco - E - E - Hlthsrce 16 17489 20% —% Hlthsths 1.6 12 3076 58 —% HeclaM 1.6 32 6780 60% + 'A Heilig .56 9 2655 23 Heinz 1.7218 3619 70 Herculs s 1.2813 339 17% HewlPks 9 3110 13% Hibern .10e 2936 8% Hillhavn .541 33 2407 41 % —% Hilton .8019 3850 35% HmeDep 1.8 16 2579 22% —Vt Hmslke .62 19 2342 32'A + 'A Honywel .20 14 3766 21% + 'A HKTels .5013 6956 11% HrzHIt .0827 884 40 H +'A Houshlnl 3.0 16 10554 71'A Humana - F - F 1.76 13 3774 37% —'A in Cp 12 2156 62% — 'A Illinova 1.2 13 2593 68 —% INCO .4813 2467 19 —'A IndiaFd 2.72 12 6935 92% — % IngerRd 17 14041 21% —% InldSII .1616 5663 13% IntegFn 1.4511 3301 40% IBM 2.20 8 3963 58% + Vt IntFlav 1.84 9 3103 46% —'A Johnjn 1.60 8 7040 34'A —'A JonesAp .56 10 17799 20'A — % 1.2 18 6995 24% —>A .32 14 4203 23% —'A 1.24 5 41537 29 —% 29% + VI 20% +'A 21 + 'A 26% + % Kmart KN Engy KCtyPL Kellogg Kellwood Kemper Keycorp KingWd Kohls Kroger DeltaAir Dept56 Digital Dlllard Disney DollarGn Donlley DowCh Dressr DuPont DufPUIil DukeRlty DunBrd Duracel EMC EastChm EKodak Edwards EmreEl EmpDIst EBP Emplca EnglhCp Enron Entergy Equilx EqtCos Ethyl ExIdeCp Exxon FPLGp FedExp FdHmU FedMog FedNM FedrDS Fingerht FIBkSy FstChic FColony FslData FIFinMg Flnlsle FtMiss Fst USA 35 3016 .60 40 4734 .63 13 2426 39 2616 - 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A 61% —Vt 41 +% 8 + Vt 1.32 19 8753 64 'A + S A Nike B 14 3628 29% +% Nokia s - K - K - • NoramE .48 41 35440 12% — % NAMIge 1.0 44 44 26 5 A —'A NorTel 1.52 12 432 22% — % Norwest. 1.4420 2344 65 5 A — % Nucor .60 13 342 19 t % Nynex .9229 6867 47 Vi + 'A 1.44 9 8587 28 S ,4 + Vi OaslsRsd 19 4368 42% —<A OcciPel 22 2778 42 —1 OfceDp s 11 3978 26 —Vt Olficmxn - L - L - Owenslll 31 8321 72% +% 1.1613 3720 13 LTV LabCp LehmBr Lennar Levitz LilePart Lilly Limild LivngCtr LizClab LockhM n PECO 9 6017 15 +'A PMIGpn 1999 12% —Vt PP&LRes .20 24 2304 20Vi —Vt PPG .10 10 3472 20 —'A PSI pIK 58 4774 7% PacGE .08 16 8603 18% —Vt PacTel 2.58 15 6281 71% + 1% PacllCp .40 19 6183 22% + 'A PainWeb 15 2896 29 13-16 + 1 5-16 PallCp .45 17 4089 1854 Penney 1.40 4341 60% — H PepsiC 2760 1 % PerkEI 1.78 7 2782 15% —Vt Plizer .60 14 2523 46% — % PhelpD .561 10 2133 28'A —% PhllMr .18 19 7591 28% —% PhlllpsEI 2867 9478 3413 4179 - H - H 15 2588 1.022 2861 MBNA MIN MagmC Magnal g Malinckr Manpwl MarMD Masco Mattel s MayDS 17 % t 1 38% — % 1.17e 11 7632 18% —% .4051 4968 33% t% Maytag 1.48 14 2168 51% + % McDnld s 26 2298 36 5 ,i t% McDnD s 24 4675 17% + % 2936 10 H .2817 2780 23% 1.4420 6908 43;. + % .84 8 5628 53% t % .80 18 23689 70% t % .24 9 2606 8 —'A 17 2959 27% +H 1.2 25 3255 68'A —% .1630 39415 40% -% .20 37 12413 16Vt 1.018 3960 39% +'A .706 23 2732 20% — % 16 6355 18% + 'A 1.2613 3369 49% t% M - M .84 17 3302 33 .54 9936 6% 6 5026 1.08 10375 .5626 5781 .1223 5063 1.0 17 2117 .72 20 4602 .24 21 3372 1.14 12 5370 -Vt PhilPet PlacerD Plains? 15% + % Polaroid 38 + 'A Praxair 36 — % proctGm 30 —'A Promus 2 5 'A PSvCol 28 'A — % 2 4 'A 37%— IVi PSEG PPrIT .40 11 2452 22 —Vi InlGame .12 29 2344 56% —'A IntPap .1027 2576 72% —Vt InlpbGp 3.00 9 2843 83 —% .35 B 2906 22% + 'A JRlver .12 19 2471 46% —'A JAIden 17 6584 21'A + 'A - I - I 1.98 14 2164 111% —% 1.0 11 2271 23% — % .40 20 9581 25% + % .136 2996 10% —'A .74 18 3277 38% .20 11 4072 28% —'A 2.0 10 3667 48% t 1% 1.0 15 24045 94% t Vt 1.2422 3542 47% + Vt .12 16 13845 15'A —% 1.68 17 5246 80% + 'A .62120 2600 36%+ 1 - J - J - Mead Medtrn s Mellon s Melvile Merest Merck MercFn MerrLyn Mesalnc MexFd MicmTc MidAApt MidAII s MMM MirRsrt Mile) Mobil Morgan Morton s Motorola Mylan NabisH n NMedEnt NtSemi NatnsBk Navistar NewbNk Nowell s NewmlM .5011 4569 16% —% QuakrOs .24 21 11081 37 t % .8013 3296 70'A RJRNab S 1.513 1.1220 2454 52% —% RJRNbpIC .60 .4132 3412 75%+ 1% RalsRP 1.229 2.0 17 4055 43 RdrDg 1.6 23 1.5215 3317 38% + 1'A Reebok .3011 1.0616 2151 46'A +% RelnsGp 1.2 17 23998 41% —% Repsol .3622 3372 17% + Vt RepNY 1.04 11 6382 47%—1 ReyMtl 2811 5% t 'A RiteAld .306 1993 17% +'A vjRckCtr .20 16 26346 90 +2% Rockwl 2.0 26 6345 25% —Vt Rohr 16 3990 19 7 A +% Rowan 1.68 18 8997 60%—1'A RoylD 20 2960 31% Rubrmd .7290 5% t % 3.7 22 6904 100'A t Vt SBC Com 3.0 12 5419 67% —% SCEcp .44 19 7332 31% —% SallleM .40 22 27217 60'A—1 Salomn .20a19 5687 29% +% SFePCs - N - N - SFPGIdn 11092 27%+ 1 SaraLee 16 5941 16% +'A Sbarros 14 35309 27% + 1% SchrPI 2.00 9 3785 54% —% Schlmb 20 9139 16 +% Schwabs 8724 33'A + 'A SciAtl s .481 18 2457 23'A -% ScottP s .4857 3678 40% +% TelMex Templl TpDrgn n Tennco TVA45n Terdyn Texaco Texlnst TexUIII Textron Thorlnd Tidwtr TimeWa TimMir n Total ToyRU TrMMex Travelrs Triarc A TrltEng 1.0 17 2535 79% t % TV™ 1 " 11 1.161 3907 43% +% TycoToy .28 20 2307 6 ! A .24 97 5749 22% + % .44 34 12855 37% +1 .64 11 6840 27% + Vi .2817 2846 50%—1% 2.362310723 41'A - O - O 1.64 8874 22% —% 1.0 75 14540 23% 34 10386 24% + »A 36 3055 24% +% 18 2092 12% —'A .p.p. 1.621614401 27'A .05p 2389 41% —Vi 1.6711 2542 18% 1.16 14 3812 40% —% 1.86 21802459-64 + 3-64 UnTech 1.96 11 2512 26% —Vi UnvFd 2.18 1030658 26% —Vt 1.061312008 19 .48 2066 19% —% .4225 2450 22% 1.9211 7540 45% —VI VF Cp .80(20 15439 45% Vencors .68 19 2175 33% + % Vitro 2.0819 5573 83% — Vi Vodfne s 1.8 10 2512 55 —% 3.30a 12 11718 70'A — % WMXTc .80e 9 20409 37% +% Waban 1.2220 8655 37 +% WalMlrt .3054 8070 23% + % WamL .2443 2087 26% WashWtr .6046 6838 37%+ 1% Wthfrd .32 15 5029 2434 —% Wendys 1.4 19 5474 69 —'A WDigill 34 6824 45% — Vi WltnRee 2.04 12 2674 31 WstgEI 2.16 11 6763 28% —'A Weyerh .66 2068 7% —VI WhITech - Q - O - Whrlpl 1.1430 6847 34% +'A WilcxG - R - R - Williams 9414 28% —% Wolwth 5163 6'A 2235 47% — % Xerox 3457 41% t % 1293 34% —Vt YPFSoc .24 11 2455 26% + 'A .93e 17 2198 32 —% ZenithE 1.44 8 2006 49'A + % .54 .2021 .56 15 50 9 9361 14% +'A TIcmArgn 1.85e 2232 51%+ 1% TelArgs 1.47e22 9764 28% + % 1.16e 2969B 31 Vi 1.08 16 2836 46% —% .10e 2682 13% +'A 1.6 18 4685 47% —'A 3283 25'A —'A 24 5196 56%+ 1% 3.2 21 4250 68 —Vt 1.0 14 11367 118% +2% 3.08 14 8893 34 —'A 1.56 12 5000 58% —% .1211 28 20% +'A .403015291 24'A +'A .36 18885 40%+ 1% .2423 3623 22% + Vi .62628 3183 32'A 14 24302 25% —% .186 13 2449 7% + 'A .80 11 4883 42% — % 210 15% 3505 44'A + 'A .4021 3343 55% —'A 743 6'A —'A - u - u 1.1611 2030 29 1.06 21 6209 40'A —% 2.14 13 8090 40 —% 25 2490 15% +% .20 7 5886 16% —% 1.3 15 2076 29% —'A .6820 5040 19'A —Vt 1.0 14 4792 32% —'A 1.612 3547 27'A +'A 1.64 18 2072 53Vi —% .75 8 9603 30% —% 18052 10% .0322 7379 38% +% 2706 7% —'A 7 2240 21 Vi + % .0855 2473 21% + Vi 2.016 3487 74%—1% .96 12 2764 31 Vt —Vt .80 30 3165 29% 1.48 12 3820 35 — % 1.7214 682 27% - V - V 1.36 12 542 53'A — % 23 5868 30%+ 1'A .90e 8057 12Vi +% .596 26 4665 32 - W - W .60 19 5789 28% —'A 7 6043 14'A —'A .2021 33062 24% —Vt 2.6 15 2850 79'A + % 1.24 12 3155 15% —'A 20 3542 11 % + Vi .24 17 8141 16% —'A 720917 19V4 + 1% 2.0213 559 31% .20 10510 14% 1.6 14 8666 43% .111 15 5816 15% —Vt UJBFn UNUM USWst USA Wste USFG UST USXMar usxuss Unicom UnCmp UCarb Unisys UHlthCr UsalrG USHme US Surg Unocal Upjohn UtIIICo 1.3610 6589 56 + Vt 17 4458 7% —% 1.0612 4014 34'A .15|43 5960 15% +'A - X - X 3.018 3783 122Vi + 1Vi - Y - Y .8061412010 21% + Vt - Z - Z 7383 8% — Vi NOTES .5021 2170 30% + Vt - S - S 1.65 16 11225 43%—1'/4 1.0 11 5636 16% 1.48 1024726 47% —% .60 2719 26% + Vi NewsCp n .09113 6754 21%—% Seagram .44 5 3473 16 —% NlaMP 1.12 17 2279 14'A —'A Sears 1.0 17 2040 50% — % .6814 2470 23% • The Illtl: Tne lists include local interest stocks. .15|1111405 4%—% which an boldfaced, and the day's most actively 1.0815 4807 45% +H traded stocks. 55 2180 11% +'A • Footnote: i -also extra or extras, b- annual 4802 7% + 'A rala^us stock dimtend.c-l^idalingdmdend.e. 4.85e15 3087124%—% declared or paid In the past 12 months. I- declared or paid alter a stock dividend or split. | - paid this year, dividend omitted, deferred or no aclion taken at last dividend meeting, k - declared or paid Iris year, an accumulative issue with dmdends in arrears, n issued within the past 12 months, r - declared or .64 3924 39%—1'A paid in the past 12 months plus stock dividend. (- .10b26 2017 23'A —% split or slock dfvktend of 25 percent or more with the 28 4905 12% — Vt past 25 weeks, t - paid In stock in past 12 months .6852 6762 27 plus slock dividend, vl - company In bankruptcy or .7613 2607 20% +% receivership or being reorganized under the bank- 2.3215 7041 74% +'A ruptcy act, or securities assumed by such compa- 1.52812460 66 +% nles.»d- when distributed, wl- when issued.**. .2424 4030 36% —% with warrants, xw - without warrants. I - Indicates .0627 3594 22 single share Mais rather than hundreds.«.means .4020 6359 45'A —% that anyone buying this'ex-diwjend > stock on the 10 5823 34% -% day in question wil nol receive the most recent divi- .601329019 28% + s ,l dend. y indicates single share totals Iw ex-divi- 1.61216638 55% -% dend slock. OVER-THE-COUNTER EXCHANGE AMEX Nama Olv. PE Vol. Last Chg. 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PE Vol. Lail Chg. ImpOil g 22 1034 39% t % Inlelcm 17 1856 12% InterDig 1018 %—1-16 IvaxCp 4 1405 % Klrby .40 2102 30 Vt + Vt LHVern 4839 5 15-16 + 1-16 Nabors 15 6132 13% —% NY Tim 45 1117 19% +% Oncor 1034 4%—1-16 Orgngn 998 3% — % PegGId .08 3786 9%+ 3-16 PrpdLg 29 1856 16% + Vi Rsllnt .90a 3710 8 9-16 + 1-16 RoyalO g 22 842 46% + % SagaCom 1883 2 13-16 + 'A SPDR 862 4 Slruther 18.89C 27 2% — Vt TelDta 3333 11 + H TexBio n .70 1944 18% + % Tippery 2620 3 'A TopSrce 171456215-16 TWAvtv 4312 Vt — 1-16 ViacB .32 18 1420 33% —% Viacm rt 61 1240 15'A + Vi Viac vrt 849 5 5-16 + 'A XCL Ltd 1.80 .081 31 22 .28 15 19 .56 11 2199 23 2230 8 1101 3673 52 1474 .3830 15 848 902 866 970 1420 886 7520 7470 Kirkland's foes say he will be ousted 5 more unions join 11 dissidents By The Associated Press WASHINGTON — Dissident union leaders claimed enough support Wednesday to oust longtime AFL-CIO President Lane Kirkland as the head of the nation's 13 million-member labor movement. Dissident spokesman Gerald McEntee said the presidents of five more unions had joined the 11-member opposition committee, giving it 7 million — or 53 percent — of the votes in the federation's election next October. "We have a decisive majority," he said. However, Rex Hardesty, an AFL-CIO spokesman, said it was too soon for anyone to claim victory since the federation would not even know the number of convention votes until summer. The convention vote is based on each union's membership. Hardesty also noted that one of the new dissident unions, the United Rubber Workers, is merging with the United Steelworkers of America "and may not even exist" when the convention is staged in New York. McEntee, president of the American Federation of State, : County and Municipal Employees, said he planned to announce next week other unions who are "on the brink of joining us." The dissidents claim new leadership is needed "to reinvigorate the American labor movement and make it once again an effective voice for America's working families." Kirkland's supporters on the federation's policy-making Executive Council contend he "has brought a lifetime of service, a broad vision and an unwavering loyalty to the principles of social and economic justice" to the labor movement. Kirkland's critics contend that he is preoccupied with trade, international affairs and Washington policymakers to the detriment of organizing the growing pink-collar and white^ collar work forces. MARKETS KEY RATES Dally key rates from The New York Times Previous Year Wednesday Day Ago PRIME RATE DISCOUNT RATE FEDERAL FUNDS(x) 3-MO. TREAS. BILLS 6-MO. TREAS. BILLS 10-YR. TREAS. NOTES 30-YR. TREAS. BONDS TELEPHONE BONDS MUNICIPAL BONDS(xx) 9.00 9.00 7.25 5.25 5.25 3.50 5.94 6.01 4.26 5.66 5.66 4.17 5.63 5.63 4.50 6.54 6.53 7.01 6.86 6.86 7.27 7.79 7.79 7.52 6.10 6.12 6.35 (x) Estimated daily average, source Telerate (xx) Municipal Bond Index, The Bond Buyer Salomon Brothers and Telerate for Treasury bellwether bonds, notes and bills. LOCAL GRAINS Wednesday, May 17 Wheat Scoular, Salina $3.88 Carglll, Salina $3.87 Farmway, Belolt $3.64 DeBruce, Clay Ctr. $3.67 Cooper, Colby $3.58 Decatur, Oberlln $3.50 Agco, Russell $3.63 Farmers, Stockton $3.62 Corn Mllo Beans — $4.27 — — $4.25 $5.52 $2.39 $3.81 $5.20 $2.45 $3.87 $5.36 $2.46 $3.81 $4.97 $2.40 $3.55 $4.78 — $3.90 $5.10 $2.31 $3.82 — CHICAGO GRAINS Futures trading Wednesday on the Chicago Board of Trade: Open High Low Settle Chg. 5,000 bu minimum; dollars per bushel WHEAT May 3.68 3.68 3.61 3.63 Jul 3.63 3.64 3.55% 3.56% Sep 3.69 3.70% 3.62% 3.62% Dec 3.82% 3.83 3.74% 3.75% Mar 3.87% 3.87% 3.79% 3.79% Jul 3.48 3.49 3.45 3.45 CORN May 2.52% 2.55 2.52% 2.53'A Jul 2.58 2.61 2.58 2.59% Sep 2.63% 2.65% 2.63% 2.64% Deo 2.67% 2.69% 2.67VS 2.68% Mar 2.74 2.75% 2.74 2.74% M,iy 2.78 Vt 2.79 2.78 2.78% Jul 2.80 2.81 'A 2.80 2.80% Dec' 2.52% 2.53% 2.52 2.52 OATS 1.46% 1.45 May Jul Sep Dec Mar May Tue.'s Tue.'s SOYBEANS 5,000 bu May Jul Aug Sep Nov Jan Mar May Jul Nov 1.46% 1.51 1.53% 1.56'A 1.61 1.51 1.53% 1.56% 1.61 1.49 1.52% 1.55V4 1.59'A 1.45 1.49 1.52'A 1.55% 1.59% 1.62% —.01 % — .04 — .03% — .04% — .05% — .02'A .02 .03 .03 .03 .03 .02% .02% .00% .00% .00'A .00% .00% open 1,266 int 16,439 minimum; 5.65% 5.68% 5.76% 5.80 5.86% 5.96 6.05 6.12% 6.19% 6.24 dollars 5.62% 5.79 5.71% 5.83% 5.76% 5.88% 5.81% 5.97 5.90% 6.05% 6.13 6.19% 6.24 6.00 6.08 6.14% 6.17% per bushel 5.62% —.00% 5.72 5.76% 5.82 5.90% 6.00 6.08% 6.14% 6.17% —.01 Vt —.01% — .01 — .01 —.00% — .00% —.01% DODGE CITY LIVESTOCK Market quotations Wednesday: ' ' Trade active before noon, slow after noon. Slaughter : steers and heifers steady to 1.00 higher than late last week. Inquiry good, demand fairly good early, but ; rather light afternoon. Sales confirmed on 22,200 • slaughter steers and 12,000 slaughter heifers Wednes- ' day. For the week to date 52,000 head confirmed In- ,. eluding 13,300 head or about 26 percent previously : contracted or formulated cattle. Sales FOB feedlot net < weights after 4 percent shrink. ' Slaughter steers: select and choice 2-3 1050-1300 Ib ' 63.00-64.00. ; : Slaughter heifers: select and choice 2-31000-1150 Ib i 63.00-64.00, couple pens yield grade 3-4 60.00-62.00; ' few mixed commercial to choice 1075-1200 Ib heifers ; and helferettes 62.75-63.00. ' ;. OMAHA LIVESTOCK ' Market quotations Wednesday -'• ' Hogs: 1700. Barrows and gilts steady to 50 hlghe). U.S. 1-3s 230-270 Ibs 39.00-39.25. U.S. 2-3S 260-299 <•'; Ibs 38.00-39.25. Sows: 25 percent. Steady. U.S. 1-3s . 350-500 Ibs 29.00. U.S. 2-3s 500-650 Ibs 30.00-31.00. Boars: all weights 25.00. ' Cattle and Calves: 100. No test steers and hellers. Sheep: None. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK ' \ i Futures trading Wednesday on the Chicago Mercarj" •']•'• tile Exchange: , \. "., Open High Low Settle Chg., CATTLE 40,000 Ibs.; cents per Ib. Jun 60.60 61.07 60.15 60.551 .7',0 ' Aug 59.82 59.97 59.40 59.77 .45',,' Oct 62.00 62.50 61.75 62.02- .32 Dec 63.20 63.50 62.90 63.20' .28 Feb 64.00 64.40 63.80 64.05 ,2? ! ' Apr 64.90 65.30 64.75 64.90 ; .20.,. Jun 62.00 62.00 61.80 61.80. .10. FEEDER CATTLE 50,000 Ibs.; cents per Ib. .'. • May 64.75 65.05 64.25 64.47' t .05•'[ Aug 66.00 66.25 65.07 65.65 —.07i .< Sep 65.75 66.00 65.02 65.45 —.15 ' Oct 65.60 66.05 65.05 65.45 —.25. .' V Nov 66.20 66.42 65.47 66.07. —.13' ' Jan 66.00 66.00 65.50 65.55 —.25' Mar 64.65 64.65 64.40 64.55 —.20 Apr 64.50 64.55 64.50 64.47 — .OJ- •' HOGS : '"' v . 40,000 Ibs.; cents per Ib. Jun 42.15 43.45 41.85 43.37 + .30 .' ' Jul 42.70 43.55 42.22 43.40 .70" •' Aug 42.75 43.32 42.17 43.27 .4J§?U., ! Oct 41.00 41.35 40.50 41.15 .1,f,;'.'i Dec 42.10 42.20 41.50 42.15 .23 Feb 43.10 43.20 42.62 43.10 .20 Apr 42.20 42.35 42.02 42.35 .iV" Jun 46.40 46.45 46.40 46.45 .OJ -« Jul , 45.70 ' — .0.2;'- i \ *'• ' i Irtl ' GOLD 6.00 6.00% 5.96% 5.96% —.01 KANSAS CITY GRAINS Wheat futures Wednesday on the Kansas City Board of Trade: Open High Low Settle Chg. WHEAT 5,000 bu minimum; dollars per bushel SILVER May 4.11% 4.11'A 4.05 4.05'A —.02% Jul 3.72 3.72% 3.64% 3.65% —.04 Sep 3.74% 3.75 3.66% 3.66% —.04% Dec 3.83% 3.64 3.75% 3.76 —.04% Mar 3.83% 3.84 3.78 3.78% —.05 Jul 3.45 Wheat 43,253 bushels: 3 cents lower to 31/2 cents higher; No. 2 hard 3.801/4-4.171/4n; No. 3 3.691/4- 4.161/4n; No. 2 red wheat 3.85-4.021/4n; No. 3 3.741/4-4.011/4n. Com 0 bushels: unch to 51/2 cents higher; No. 2 while 2.85-2.95n; No. 2 yellow 2.57-2.65n; No. 3 2.37-2.64n. No. 2 milo 4,16-4.34n. No. 1 soybeans 5.54-5.70n. Hoppers 41.00-44.00. ' Foreign - Hong Kong late: $383.65, off $0.80; London morning fixing: $383.40, off $0.45; London afternoon fixing: $382.90, off $0.95; London late: $383.65, off $0.90; Paris afternoon fixing: $381.45, off $0.36.; •'•' Frankfurt fixing: $382.84, off $0.76; Zurich late afternoon: $383.00, off $1.50. Domestic - NY Handy & Harman: $382.90, off $0.95; NY Handy & Harman fabricated: $384.40, off $0.95; NY Engelhard: $384.20, off $0.95; NY Engelhard fabricated: $403.41, off $1.00.; NY Comex gold spot month/, close Wed. $383.70, off $1.20; NY Republic Najtlonal v Bank 4 p.m. Wed. $383.50, off $0.90. i Handy & Harman silver Wednesday $5.415, oft;:7... $0.030; Fabricated $5.442, off $0.030; The bullion price — * for silver earlier in London $5.3825, off $0.0145; Engel- :' hard $5.435, up $0.055; Fabricated $5.870, up $0.060; ' NY Comex silver spot month Wednesday $5.349, off i. $6.048. :.• From Staff and Wir» Reports •' 1957 38 —Vt 4588 7 1-16 + 'A 3423 6% — % 3991 26 —'A 2140 14% 1028 20% 891 1687 —'A + % 9 —1-16 24 t % 15204 3-16 + 3-16 2378 13 'A 11% —'A 6 'A +7-1 6 3'A 3'A 18% + % 1.226 18925253-64—13-64 2 + % 37%— 1 'A 1% 7 —3-16 6 % + % 1 'A +1-16 47% + % 9-16—1-16 6140 1 1-16 5464 9-1 6 ST. JOSEPH LIVESTOCK Market quotations Wednesday: Feeder cane 1,000. Compared to Wednesday of last week, feeder steers and heifers steady to 1.00 higher. Steers: medium and large 1, 438-494 Ib 76.00-79.75; 503-579 Ib 73.00-77.85; 613-661 Ib 68.75-74.00; 716743 Ib 65.60-66.35; two-load string 784 Ib 64.10. Heifers: medium and large 1, 404-478 Ib 70.25-74.50; 509-536 Ib 67.25-69.35; 644-654 Ib 63.35-63.50; 721 Ib 60.00. Hog receipts: 1,000. Compared to Tuesday, barrows and gilts 50 cents higher; 1-3 230-270 Ib 38.00-38.50; 2-3 270-290 Ib 36.50-37.50; 2-4 290-310 Ib 34.5035.50; 3-4 310-330 Ib 32.50-33.50; 3-4 package 335 Ib 30.00; 1-2 220-230 Ib 37.00-37.50; Sows steady; 1-2 300-550 Ib 28.00-28.50; 1-3 550-700 Ib 30.00-31.00. Radio Announcer Recording Engineer Photographer Journalist STOCKQUOTE HOTLINE Journal Category 9000 For quotes (delayed 15 minutes), enter a ticker symbol using the table and press*. 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