The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 3, 1996 · Page 4
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A4 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1996 Money THE SALINA JOURNAL Construction spending rises 0.9 percent By The Associated Press WASHINGTON — Record outlays for commercial buildings boosted construction spending in August, but the increase was offset by a third straight decline in government projects and flat residential expenditures. Spending on residential, nonresidential and public projects rose 0.9 percent to $562.1 billion at a seasonally adjusted annual rate, the fourth increase in six months, the Commerce Department said Wednesday. Still, the advance, which was in line with analysts' expectations, failed to erase the 1.1 percent decline hi July even though the July figure was not as weak as its initial 1.4 percent estimate. And despite the August performance, many analysts believe construction spending in the third quarter will fall below the average ECONOMIC INDICATOR lonthly construction Spending in billions ol dollars, seasonally adjusted 580 560 540 520 500 Change from prtvloui month Aug. +0.t% July -1.1% June +0.8% 11111 SOND J FMAMJ J A 199S 1986 V AUTO SAFETY Smaller vehicles have higher auto death rates Source: Department ol Commerce AP during the previous three months. "This is an important piece of the economy and appears to be swinging from a strong second quarter to a much weaker third quarter," said economist David Seiders of the National Association of Home Builders. Paced by a 12.3 percent jump in construction of hotels and motels, nonresidential spending rose 3 percent to a $139.5 billion rate, highest on record. By The Associated Press WASHINGTON — Big cars may burn more gas, but when it comes to surviving accidents, bigger is definitely better. "The vehicles with the highest, or worst, driver death rates are small two-door cars, small pickups, small utility vehicles, and sports cars," Brian O'Neill of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety reported. The group compiles annual lists of the cars with the best and worst driver death rates and the cars most and least likely to be stolen. Two Chevrolet vehicles, the Camaro and Corvette, had driver death rates well above the national average, the Institute reported, noting that the two tend to be involved in high-speed single-vehicle crashes. Joining them with high death rates were the Geo Tracker and Hyundai Scoupe. "There's a clear problem with small passenger vehicles as a group," O'Neill said. On the other hand, large passenger vans, station wagons, utility vehicles and midsize luxury cars tended to have the lowest driver death rates. The fatality study was based on reports of accidents involving 1990-1994 models, the Institute said. The Institute said two driver deaths per 10,000 vehicles was the national average and assigned that a rating of 100. On that basis the safest cars were the Saab 9000, 25; Chevrolet Caprice Wagon, 28; Mazda 626, 29; Lexus LS 400, 31; and a tie between the Acura Legend 4-door and Chevrolet Astro wagon, each at 35. The most dangerous were the Chevrolet Camaro, 297; Geo Tracker, 271; Chevrolet Corvette, 250; Hyundai Scoupe, 245 and Geo Metro, 221. 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Vol. Last Chg. • A • A • 19 5725 18ft +% 16 7798 79% — % 1.32 68330 39 H +'4 .2024 3340 52ft+2ft .9622 9344 49% — % 2919 17% n 71Q1 1A1A i 1A u i oy i 14 n + n .80 18 4160 70 + % .88 6 6864 28 H + H 8513564 28% + % .8022 3607 42% -Vi .6016 8304 31 Vi + % .31e 6161 16ft — % .8630 2806 48 H — % 12003 17 .90 19 7389 65% — % .8511 14884 50% +1 9 8142 32% — % .90a 16 6449 60 V, + % 26 3147 26ft — % 29767 30%-1% 8 2905 11% 2.4 13 2923 41 + Vi .9014 7197 46ft + % 1.315 4625 37V. 1.5432 5086 63% +% .40 18 3864 102% + % .21p 2537 24% + IVi .64 16 6172 40% + % 2.1215 9217 54 +1% 2.6 16 6782 70% — Vt 1.0 19 5025 38% + % .3074 4237 6874+3% 19 10673 25% % .96 17 9948 37 H t % .2843 4781 30% +% 15 3612 18% +% 5610 18% + Vt .20b 16 12977 19% +% .38 7 3861 3% — % 5.514 7259128% 1 1 '/i 40 28 6631 44 +• Vi 28 8375 30 Vi T Vi 1.2 20 3826 57 Vi +2Vi 3114 9V4 Vi - B - B .46 29 13373 31 Vi + 1 Vi 1.6 11 8838 26 1.36b13 8707 41 + H .88 12 8553 29 'A 2.161214850 84 +1 4.013 7314 79 ft + % 68( 19 3335 31 Vi -f Vi ^*|$||$fefc OTHER INDEXES BAiMfcB • M STANDARD & POOR'S 500 INDEX ^^^^^^H^^^^^^H^^I ^^^H ^^1 " • * • •• ••••• STANDARD & POOR'S INDUSTRIALS ^J^JllH NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE OVER-THE-COUNTER EXCHANGE 5,933.97 AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE fiHANftF. ...90 n7 VOLUME HIGH: 5,939.93 NYSE 4 P.M. REVISED VOLUME LOW: 5,904.90 NYSE AFTER-HOURS VOLUME Stock data by The Associated Press NYSE CONSOLIDATED VOLUME Call COMMUNITY line TOTAL CONSOLIDATED ISSUES TRADED STOCKQUOTE/CategoryQOOO ISSUES LOWER IN PRICE RNANCIALS/ Category 7500 ISSUES UNCHANGED , " 1 0 MOST ACTIVE STOCKS 694.01 .. 4-4.93 819.78 +5.79 370.54 +2,36 1,236.11 +14.60 571.85 +3.30 439,288,100 841 ,900 531,406,590 3,244 1,651 771 822 NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE 'OVER-THE-COUNTER Name Volume Last Chg. Name Volume Last Chg. Name ToyRU 77205 31% +2% IvaxCp 10054 14% + % DSC ATiTs 66330 39% + % IntegTcn ' 8748' 4ft Orthlogs Kmart 61451 11% +• % Nabors 8594 14% ft Intel Lucentn 57193 43% — % Hasbro 7968 36% % BabySst ChaseM X50723 80% + % Pdyph 6290 513-16' % Cisco s HewlPks 50048 46 —1ft VlacB , 6191434% % Oracles MfcmT 48641 29% + % SPDR 60906915-32 + 15-32 HCIA • PepslCos 46756 28% + % EchoBay 583091-16+ -16 SumtMd FordM 44316 31 V4 + % TurnBB 3468 28% % WortdCms Chryslrs 39877 29ft t % PanAmCn 3207 10ft % TeleComA 1.08 12 4135 34% + % .1413418560 26ft + 1 CorctCp s 8894 31%+2% Qabelli 1.00e 7611 9%— 1-16 LSI Log 1324237 22% —Vt .05 6948 7* + % CntwCrd .3212 3690 26 +% Gaps ..301911166 26ft +% LTV .1210 3760 11ft — % 1.0419 2662 37% t <A CoxCm 2953 18% + % GenElec 1.842218171 9151 + 1% LaQulnta s .07 3727 20% + % 1.21b 18 17959 45 + % CoxRad n 4235 22% + 1% Genlnst 4011787 24ft + ft LearCorp 17 3916 35 + « 2517633 26% — % CrescRE 2.44133 3368 42% +% GnMotr 1.60820784 49ft +% LehmBr .20a 9 5427 25'A t% ,60b 7 4145 24% + % CrmpKnl .5423 4856 16% GenlRe 2.0414 2810146 +3% LillyEli s 1.371621131 65% +% .4621 2599 435i t% CwnCork 1.052 2576 46 +% GaPac 2.012 3726 79 +% Limitd .4023 7932 19% + Vt 2.8814 8635 61 ft + 2% CypSem s 9 9766 12'/4 Gillette .723612908 71 ft —74 LockhdM 1.616 3752 905i +% 1.441210922 39 +1% Cyprus .60 8238 21 5i +% GlaxoWel 1.15e2410525 32% + % Loewen .10 1679941%— 15-16 .4419 3338 34% t Vt -D-D- GlenFed 15 7177 18% + V4 LILCo 1.788 4115 17% +% 2.08112 659 58% + % Darden .0813 6939 8% GlobM 4313659 16 + Vt LIL plA 1.99 5568 24% 17116032100 + 100 DaytHuds .641721266 31%— % Goodyear 1.011 7208 46% +% LoraISp 9936 15% 151071 +9 DWDsc .8811 6392 56V4 + 1% Grace n 13935 53 +ft LaLand .2446 3210 54% + 1% 22 4367 21% — % Deere s .8014 3160 42 5i + % GrdCasn s 8 3478 14% Lowes 2028 6256 42% — % 21 5179 10 — Vi DeltPnes .1246 4551 35% + 3 s ,t GtAtPc .2016 3916 2854 + 1% Lucent n .30 57193 43%—% 11 5888 11% t% DeltaAir .2054 3433 71%— 1% GtLkCh .6012 5462 53ft— 3% -M-M- .79 4844 12% t% DesignHn 2520 23* —ft GtWFn 1.01313051 27Vi +% MBNA s .6422 8304 36% + 1% 1.2826 4370 26ft — Vt Destec 23 5807 14% + 1% GreenTR s .2520 3604 40% — % MCR .88 3658 9% +% 1.1232 6114 96% + 1% Dial n .32 9321 13% +% GrnptFIn .8017 3072 39% + % MIN 59 2782 7 +% .6011 4419 33 — % Digital 15.871 34%—% GTelevsa .07 8217 30 + % MGIC .1617 3974 67% +% 34 2576 5% — % Dlllard .16113 4253 32% +% GTribasa 9757 6% +% MarklV .1415 3524 23% + 1ft 3107 39% + 2% DlmeBcp 2010243 14%—% Guidanl .0329 7432 50%— 2% MrshMc 3.60117 4369 98% 1 1 ft 1.6810 2916 22% +% Disney .442610552 62ft +% -H-H- Masco .80123 5957 29% —'A .605 2573 35% — % DollarGn s .2029 6453 31 +% HFS s 75 8496 70% — % Mattel s ' 241918694 25 + Vt 17 4806 9 — % Donlley .76 4850 32% Halbtn 1.03111479 52% + H MayDS 1.16117 4666 48% + 1 39 3375 17 DowCh 3.010 4238 80ft + % Hansons 1.16e 4 19862 7'A — % Maytag ' .5620 4929 19ft t-Vt 2537 25% +% Dressr .6822 3770 30% + H Harman .2015 3355 48 —1% McDerl 1.00 5807 21% 3.025x8727 97% t % DuPont 2.2815 9996 90% + ft HlthSys 14 4538 28'A — % McDnlds .302329192 47 — % 4.04e21 3357128%+!% DunBrd 1.00m 79 3953 595i +% Hlthsth 32 4053 38% + % McDnDg s 48 2740 53% +% .6817 6235 25% +% Duracel 1.163395036327-32—13-32 HeclaM 11826 6% +% MedPart 7401 22!, + % 1.212 3708 85% + 1ft -E-E- Heilig .2824 5085 15%—% Medtrnc s .3832 5608 64 — % .5589 6609 45% + 1% EMC 1810761 22% t% Heinz s 1.16119 8924 34% +% MellonBk 2.413 4523 60y ( +% -C-C- EKodak 1.620 8313 78 +% Herculs .9218 4561 54ft — % Melville .44b31 8000 43% —'A .04 4257 5 +% Echlin .8813 3029 32 +% Hershey s .8027 2861 49% —ft Merck 1.6012419473 70%—% 4915603 41 +1 Edisonlnt 1.11x11818 17ft +% HewlPk s .481950048 46 —1ft MercFn s .3017 6862 12% + % 1.46115 2951 20% +% Edwards .6410 2268 30% + ft Hilton s .3030 8298 28'A MerrLyn 1210 6605 69 +2 .58e 2890 20%—% EDS .607013313 59%— 1% HmeDep .243414824 58% + '/i Mesalnc 2801 4% 31 5867 70% +% EmrsEI 1.9620 2113 90% + 1% HomeSh 3900 10% MexFd 43e 3387 16Vi + 5-16 .2421 2533 34 +% EmpDIst 1.2818 119 18% Hmstke .206611511 15% t% MIcrnT 201146641 29% +% 9497 1% Emplca 19 2848 15% +% HK Tel .88e 16 4451 18% MAWsle 8585 1% t% 1.3824 2536 78% +% EnglCp .362013526 20%— 3 HrzHIt 11 5504 115i t% MlllenCh n 31291 22%— 1% .48 6013 23% +% Enron .90118 4616 41 t% Horsh .0736 3502 16% t% MMM 1.96122 7870 70% + % .3214 2727 30% +% ENSCO 29 3232 33% + 1% HostMar 4095 15% +% MirRsrt s 27 6480 26ft +% .1236 2970 81ft +% Entergy 1.816 4550 26ft Houlnd s 1.515 2758 22% Mobil 4016 9626117% t ft .3616 5289 31% +% EntOII .93e 36 7510 26ft +% Humana 18 3725 20% +% Monsan s .602721994 38% + 1% 1.8213 3631 34% +% Equilax s .3326 3072 28 +% -l-l- MorgSt s .709 3335 51% t% 1.80112 4407 74% +% EqtyRsd 2.3621 5270 35ft -% IBP s .10 8 2691 23% -% Morgan 3.2411 8540 87% -ft .609 3642 9% + Vt ExcelCm n 2604 33% 1 1 IMC Glo s .3225 3323 39%—% Morlonlnl .60118 9207 39'A + 1% .208 5017 45%—% ExIdeCp .0899 152 25% +% ITT Cp n 14383 42%—% Motorola 481918350 50ft 2.2416x50723 80% +% Exxon 3.161611285 85% +% ITT Hrt n 1.613 4387 59%—% Mylan 1620 4720 16%—% 2.03 6665 25 - F • F • ITT Inds n .60 5 7400 24% + % • N • N • 32 5247 26% -Vt FPL Gp 1.6414 4419 43% t '/. Illinova 1.1212 4343 26% NablsH .62 3298 33 +% 2.1611917370 64% + 1% Farah 9568 7% + % INCO .4016 2702 31% +% NtSeml 5977 19V4 +, v» .20 4457 11% +% FedExp 16 3310 81% +% IndiaFd 3301 7 — % NatlSII 32 3564 10% — % 1.40739877 29ft +% FdHmLn 1.416 2915 99% t % InllnBr s 5045743019-32 + 19-32 NatnsBk 2.321211155 87% + 1 1.081210171 48% + 1% FedHog .48 808 21% +% InldStl .2010 8167 18 —1 NYSEG • 1 40 B 5577 22% 27 12146 35 % FedNM .761721127 36% t% InputOut s 34 2953 29ft +% NewbNk 4140 65% + 1 1.81311635 92% t% reuiuo £i 0011: oj-/4 — it IDM 1.4 21 null* vts'/i + 2Vi Newell .9621 6150 30% +% 2.025682519-32—1-64 FstBrnd s .2517 2847 26% + % InlFlav 1.3624 2857 43% Newhal .4014 3089 16ft —VI .0826 5048 21% + 1% FChiNBD 1.4413 8528 46% +% IntGame .1227 3706 20% +% NewmtM 4880 7180 48% + 1% .503939388 49% — % FColony .4611 5249 35% +% IntPap 1.01412064 42% — % NewsCorp .09e 17 4818 21% +% .1059 5478 44 —1% FstData .16136 4803 82% +% IntRect s 1012238 13% NewsCp pi .23e 4175 17% + % .12e24 3481 24% +% Fsl USA .36(1613517 59% + 2% -J-J- NikeB s 6029 3370122% + !% 19 1113 14%—% FstUC 2.32113 2547 68% +% Johnjn s .762511434 51% t% NoblAf .1655 3554 43% + 1% 1.8891 2937 68 -% FleetFnc 1.7211 3775 44ft -K-K- NobleDr 5814387 16% + 1 23 3194 16 +% Flemng .0634 1315 17ft +% K-lll n 11445 11% + 1 Nokia 63e 12823 45% + 1% .12!810119 55ft Fluor .6820 9710 61%+2% Kmart 61451 11% +% NorTel .5228 3114 58 + ft 42 5622 55% + 2 FordM 1.5411144316 31% +% KN Engy 1.0418 603 35% +% Norwest 10814 8273 42% t% 2031872 66ft + 1% FoundH 1316686 36 +2 KanPlpSn 2.212 34 26% + % NovaCre 24 3958 9% .10 11020 61% + 1% FoxMHIt 3555 3% KCtyPL 1.62113 1169 26ft -H Nucor .3219 2672 52% t% .0412 3977 8%—% FrMeyer 23 3205 33% + ft Kellwood .6014 930 18 +% Nynex 2381812276 45% + 1% 1.09197 6507 48% FresenM n 36620 25% + 1 Keycorp 1.5213 2670 44%—% -0-0.25(12 4288 49ft +% FronlrCp .8517 2608 27 t% Keylnt .7427 2596 19'A — % Oakley 36 3873 46% +4% 40 5067 41% +% FurnBrds 12 6769 14ft +% KimbClk 1.6415 5872 88 +1% OcolPet 1019 8113 23ft +% 4 4215 22%—% -Q-Q- KoreaM n 2943 14% t % Oceaner 31 2577 171,4 + « 3319 4% +% GPU 1.9410 2815 31% +% Kroger 18 6220 44% +% OflcDpt 2710635 23% — % .2412 24913ft GTDvMk .72e 739811%+% -L-L- Ofllcmx s 29 12676 14% t H .7232 3897 38% GTE 1.881522345 40% + 1% LCI Intl 45 3223 32ft + 1% Olsten s .2816 6435 24% +% Volume Last Chg. 194924 18% —4% 120701 75-16—4 1-16 69896 99 3% 86040 24ft 5 63611 63ft 1% 76698 44 'A 1% 67590 35% 2% 67579 7 —5% 66735 22 + % 65278 14% — % OlymFn 16 2959 24% Omncre s .06 56 4002 31 ft Oryx 11 5856 16% Owenslll It 6738 16ft -p.p. PECO 1.7410 5307 24% PNC 1.411 5771 33% PP&LFies .6710 3079 22% PPG .28 14 2713 54 PacGE .961010240 22% PacTel .26 14 18103 34% PacllCp .0812 4038 20% Penney 2.08 16 6117 53% PepsiCo s .462646756 28% Pfizer 1.229 8554 76% PharUpin 1.084317963 41 PhilMr 4.801 13 18029 92% PhlllpsEI .99e 2723 35% PhlpGspl 2.33 2540265-16 PhllPet 1.28(16 3527 42% PlnWst 1.101 11 3700 30 PilnyBw 1.3814 4345 54% PlacerD :30 9130 24% ProctGm 1.8012310294 97% Provldn t.O 10 2744 43% PSEG 2.16 10 9178 26% PIGIT .60 2657 7% PMIT .69 2647 8% PPrIT .66 4975 7% • Q • 0 • QuakrOal 1.1447 2705 36% • H • R • RJRNab 1.85 13 7961 26ft RJR pIC .60 4846 5 % RangrO .0846 4799 7% Raylhn a .8017 4081 55 Vi RdgBate 70 3591 27ft Reebok .30 19 1466 35 RelGrp .32 9 12445 8 RenHII 19 2502 19% Repsol 1.36611 3621 34 Revco 24 3202 28ft ReyMII 1.414 4559 52% RileAld .74 19 4969 36 RochG 1.81026178 16% Rockwl 1.1615 3738 55% RoHaas 1.80(14 2670 66% Rowan 73 9629 18ft RoylD 5.78e18 4700158ft Ryder .6020 9477 29% - S • S • SBC Com 1.721511208 50 SGSTM 9 4760 45 'A Safeway s 2512133 43% SaksHoldn 4318 35% SallleM 1.6 13 4067 63% SFER 42 7269 14% SFePGId .2059 5697 13 SaraLee .7619 7572 35% SchrPI 1.3220 9008 62 Schlmb 1.530 4407 87 Schullers 6.00s 6 3574 9% Schwab 20(20 4119 23% SmtFD .60 2523 27% +% SnyderC n 4637 21 % + t % Sonat 1.08 15 3016 45% + ft SWPropT 1.041810889 14% +ft SoulhnCo 1.2613 7153 22% +% SwstAIrl .0415 4661 22ft — % SpeedMs 46 3248 27% + 1 Sprint 1.014 8826 39% — % SlanlWks .74141 2485 27ft — % SlrlCmcn 2790 29.ii % SlrlCmcwi 2537 29% % StoneC .60 7 6625 15% — % SlorTch 5334 38% % SunCo, 1.052 3055 22ft % Sunamers .3020 3371 37 % Sunbeam .045510646 22% Sysco .5223x2522 34% + % - T • T • TJX .2828 4155 36% +% TVX Gld 71 3606 7% + % TagHeurn 5184 20 Tambd 1.8416 3169 41ft— % Tandem 3045 11% + % • Tandy .8017 4322 40 +1% TeleDan 1.40e 3464 23% + % TelBrasIn 1.56p 13462 80ft + 1'A TelArg 1,03e 20 6187 25ft + 1 7-64 TelMex .92e 2894033% +57-64 TenetHIt 15 5029 21 % + % Tennco 1.60 8 1757 50% + % Terdyn 9 7109 17 + % Texaco 3.401 16 6651 94 —Vt Texlnst .681313371 54% % TexUtil 2.00 3979 40% % Thorlnd .1213 223 24% % Tidwtr .60(2915055 37% % TimeWa .36 7576 36% % ToyRU 4877205 31% +2% TrCdag 1.00 2565 16% +% Transocn .2434 6724 61% + 1% Travelrss .601210006 51 +1% TrlarcA ' 629 11% — % TrilEng 76 2816 44% + % Trizecn 26 3616 9% Trump 12746 24% + % Tycolnt s .20 22 X4233 44 + ft TycoToy 629 6% — % • U • U • UALs 8 3981 46ft — % UCAR Int 4376 38% — %' ' UNUM I.I W JD1U 03V* +tt USWest s 2.141213825 30% +% — % USWM n ' 91 5574 16% % * ^ USA Wste 28 6003 33% + 1% + ;; USFG .2010 4737 18% UST Inc 1,4813 5243 30 +% ,, USXMar • .68 91 8055 21 ft + % ,/ USXUSS 1.012 4472 28%—% + ,^ UCarb .75 9 4985 46% +% + % UnElec 2.5 13 4342 37% + % t % UnPac 1,72 16 '5855 73% +% + ft UnTex • .201712369 21ft +% — % Unisys 18905 6% — % — % UDomR .9633 2951 14% + % UHllhCr .03 29 8498 41 + Vt — 1 VB UsairG 6 2625 16% % — 1j* US Fillers 58 4611 33% + 1ft + 7; US Inds 16 3039 27 ~'' USSurg .0834 5301 43% + 1% i? 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UtIIICo 1.7613 269 27ft + % + 1'A -V-V- 4 54 VFCp 1.4412 1448 60% •+ % i-!4 Valassls 24 3765 14ft -% + 1 ValHIth 12 4378 18 — % — % Vanstarn 40 5842 25% +% Vencor 1810373 27ft — 1% VeritDGC 4522 20 +2% VladCps • .32 3510 14% +% Vlshay 1.49(1712916 22 — % Vitro ,26e 3793 6% Vodafone .77e23 5089 35% tft ,7 • W - W • WMXTc .642210976 33% +% _ y< WalMart .21 21 3Q931 25% — % + ;, Walgreen .4424 5320 36%—% _V4 WallCSs .56(18 2671 28% +% + % Warnaco .2821 2669 24% +% — % WarnLs 1.3822 5051 65 + % Welsfd 1.9451 3639 21% — ft Wendys .2421 4469 21% — % + % WstnRes 2.06 10 5314 29 -» WstgEI .203415412 18'A t% — % Weyerh 1.615 2818 45% Whrlpl 1.3622 4296 50'A — % Williams 1.3617 3262 50 — % + 1% Wolwth 8209 21 'A + % + % - A • X Xerox s 1.1615 8748 54% +% + 1 % • Y - Y — m YPFSoc .8011 12073 22% - Z • Z • — % ZenithE 6286 15% + % + 4 ft + % NOTES + % « The U$ti:Ths lists Include local interest stocks, — % which an boldfaced, and the da/s most actively traded stocks. , i > FootnotM: a - also extra or extras, b - annual ,, rslsplus stock iWdend. o - liquWallng dMosnd. e /r o»claredo<paidhlhspatt12rnonlh).l-(leclarad« IHIII ™ B™ int! 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TREAS. BILLS 6-MO. TREAS. BILLS 10-YR. TREAS. NOTES 30-YR. TREAS. BONDS TELEPHONE BONDS MUNICIPAL BONDS(xx) 8.25 5.00 5.19 4,88 5.07 6,88 t,M 7.62 5.64 6.25 6.00 6.53 4.95 5.13 6.63 6.67 7.66 5.66 8,75 5,2! 5.69 5.28 5.32 6.06 6.43 7.35 6.02 (x) Estimated dally average, source Telerale (xx) Municipal Bond Index, The Bond Buyer Salomon Brothers and Telerale (or Treasury bellwether bonde, notee and bills. LOCAL GRAINS Wedneediy, October 2 Wheat Sooulir, Saline $4.43 Cirglll, Saline $4.48 Continental, Sallni $4.46 Farmway, Belolt $4.17 DeBruce, Clay Ctr. $4.19 Cooper, Colby $4.15 Midland, Haye $4.17 Deoatur, Otaerlln $4.07 Ageo, Rueeell $4.16 Fermere, Stockton $4.12 Corn Mllo Beane — $4.78 — — $4.64 $7.22 — $4.64 — $2.66 $4.23 $6.87 $2.66 $4.30 $6.90 $2.72 $4.06 $6.67 — $4.24% — $2.66 $3.96 $6.62 — $4.22 — $2.50 $4.14 — CHICAGO GRAINS Futures trading Wednesday on the Chicago Board ol Trade: Open High Low Ssttle Chg, 6,000 bu minimum; dollars per buehel WHEAT 63.10, black-black whlteface 734 Ib 64.25; 854 Ib 62.70. Hog estimate: 600. Compared to Tuesday, barrows and gilts steady; 1-3 230-270 Ib 57.50-58.00; 2-3 270290 Ib 55.50-56.50; 1-2 package 208 Ib 54.00. Sows: steady to 2.00 lower; 1 -2 300-500 Ib 48.00; 1 -3 500-650 Ib 50.00; 1-3 550-700 Ib 56.00-57.00. DODGE CITY LIVESTOCK Market quotations Wednesday: Trade moderate. Slaughter steers and heifers 1.00 higher than last week. Inquiry good, demand moderate. Sales confirmed on 14,100 slaughter eteers and 9,000 slaughter hellers Wednesday, For the week to data 46,900 head confirmed Including 7,900 head or about 17 percent previously contracted or formuleted 'cattle. Sales FOB feedlot net weights after 4 percent shrink. Slaughter eteers: select and choice 2-3 1126-1300 Ib 73.00; pen select with end choice 1350 Ib 72.00, Dressed basis: select and choice 2-3 1260 Ib 116.00 hot weights, delivered. Slaughter heifers: select and choice 2-31000-1200 Ib 73.00; tew mixed commercial to choice 1150-1260 Ib helfere and helferettes 71.00-73,00. OMAHA LIVESTOCK Market quotations Wednesday: Hogs: 600; barrows and gilts 26-50 higher; U.S. 1-3s 230-260 Ibs 69.00; sows weak to 1.00 lower; 350'650 • Ibs 45.00-BB.OO. Cattle and Calves: 100; no test on steers and hellers. Sheep: 100; lamb unchanged; lambs choice and prime 90-130 Ibs 78.00-82.00. : CHICAGO LIVESTOCK Dec Mar May Jul Sep Dec Jul 4.34% 4.20 4.01 3.80 3.90 4 4 4 3 3 39 26 03% 82 90 4 4 3 3 3 21 % 11 91 72 84 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 22% 12 92 72% 75 84 71 — .11 '/4 -.06% -.06% — .05 -.06 -.02 ' -.04 CORN Dec Mar May Jul Sep Dec Mar Jul 2.96 3.03% 3.12% 3.15% 2.99 2.90% 3 3 3 3 2 2 3 00% 07% 13 16 99 91% 03% 2 3 3 3 2 2 3 92% 00% 06% 09 95 88V. 01 2 3 3 3 2 2 2 3 62 ii .00% .06 V4 .09% .95% .88% 95 01 — .03% -.02% — .02% — .02% — .01 V4 -.00% — .01 — .02V4 OATS Dec Mar May Jul Sep Dec .71 .7974 .85 .88% .85 79 « 84% 65% 86% 85 t 1 1 1 1 71 7974 83 85% 85 1 1 1 1 1 1 .74 V4 .80% .83 .85% .65 65 + :03% + .0374 + .0274 + .02% + .03 + .02 SOYBEANS Nov Jan Mar May Jul Aug Sep Nov 7.49 7.58% 7.65 7.74 7.76 7.66 7.40 7.25 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 59 68 75 75% 77 68 40 25 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 41 50% 59 60 62 56 36 13 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 .42 51% .59% 61 62 56 36 13% — .07'A — .06 — .06% — .05% — .06% — .05% — .02 — .0474 Futures trading Wednesday on the Chlcego Mercantile Exchange: Open High Low Settle Chg. CATTLE 40,000 Oct Dec Feb .Apr Jun Aug Oct 73 68 65 66 64 64 65 60 17 15 62 10 15 50 Ibe 73 66 65 66 64 64 65 ,; 65 22 17 60 17 15 60 FEEDER 50,000 Oct Nov Jan Mar Apr May Sep Aug 64 65 65 64 64 64 66 35 60 70 80 55 70 75 Ibe 64 65 65 64 64 65 66 .; 40 60 70 80 80 15 85 cente 73. 67. 64. 66. 63. 63. 65. per Ib. 22 30 60 OS 60 70 50 73 67 64 86 63 63 65 50 60 97 37 87 72 60 -.12 -.27 -.13 — .20 -.25 -.30 -.25 CATTLE cente 63. 64. 65. 64. 84 64. 66. per Ib. 85 95 10 35 40 60 65' 64 65 65 64 64 64 66 66 17 37 45 55 .80 97 60 75 — .23 — .23 -.27 -.30 — .'03 — .10 -.10 HOGS 40,000 Oct Dec Feb Apr Jun Jul Aug Ocl Dec Feb Apr 57 57 77 72 77 74 70 65 70 10 45 85 00 20 05 10 Ibs.; 58 56 78 73 77 74 70 65 87 17 32 47 85 72 70 20 cente 57. 56. 77. 72. 77. 73. 70. 65. per Ib. 52 67 25 72 00 90 05 10 58 58 76 73 77 74 70 65 66 66 63 85 12 27 32 75 65 70 15 45 00 05 + 1.03 .65 .72 .40 .45 .56 .15 .40 .40 .15 .05 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 Dec 4.41 4.43% 4.32 4.32% —.06%' Mar 4.29 4.30% 4.22 4.23 —.03% May 4.05 4.07 3.99 3.99 —.03 Jul 3.85% 3.87 3.80 3.81 —.02% Sep 3.82 —.03 Dec 3.69 —.01 Wheat 148,362 bushels: 1 cent to S cents higher; No. 2 hard 4.531/2-4.72n; No. 3 4.421/2-4.71 n; No. 2 red wheat 4.331/2-4.57n; No. 3 4.221/2-4.56n. Com 0 bushels: unch to 2 cents higher; No. 2 white 3.40-3.45n; No. 2 yellow 2.95-3.051/2n; No. 3 2.75- 3.041/2n. No. 2 mllo 4.66-5.00n. No. 1 soybeans 7.34-7.47n. Hoppers 86.00-89.00. ST. JOSEPH LIVESTOCK Market quotations Wednesday: Estimated feeder cattle receipts: 1,500. Compared to Wednesday of last week feeder steers and heifers steady, instances some heifers 1.00 higher. Feeder steers: medium and large 1, 568-584 Ib 60.00-60.50; 600-700 Ib 60.00-63.75, black-black whiteface 66.7567.00; 700-800 Ib 62.25-65.50; 800-900 Ib 62.60-65.60; 900-930 Ib 62.00-65.00. Feeder heifers: medium and large 1. 625-671 Ib 5B.50-59.75; 700-800 Ib 60.25- GOLD Forelgn - Hong Kong late: $379.25 up $1.40; London morning fixing: $379.20 up $0.55; London afternoon fixIng: $380.30 up $1.65; London late: $380.55 up $1.90; ' Paris afternoon fixing: $378.81 up $2.76; Frankfurt fix-' Ing: $379.62 up $2.45; Zurich late afternoon: $380.30 up $1.60. Domestic - NY Handy & Harman: $380.30 up $1.65; • NY Handy & Harman fabricated: $399.32 up $1.74;.NY . Engelhard: $381.60 up $1.66; NY Engelhard (abrlcat-' ed: $400.68 up $1.74; NY Merc, gold spot month close Wed. $379.40 up $1.30: NY Republic National Bank 4 p.m. Wed. $379.85 up $1.30. ' . SILVER Handy & Harman silver Wednesday $4.915, up $0.020; Fabricated $5.407, up $0.022; The bullion price for silver earlier In London $4.9125, up $0.065; Engel- . hard $4.915, up $0.005; Fabricated $5.407, up $0.006; NY Merc silver spot month Wednesday $4.879, up • $0.017. . ; OIL Petroleum cash prices Wednesday as compared with Tuesday prices: Wed. Tues,": West Texas Intermed $ per bbl fob 24.05 24.13 From Staff and Wire Reports 207H.Cllir TTntirHBils •minis • UnitKklvu •iMtoiUnni •MrpHNNUHn •imitrillHIUIll! • MliiWinlnsn MIIBK B13-2B3-2DB4 ^^ PROf ES-SIONBL . Oxygen Delivery Systems, oxygen concentrator, liquid & compressed gas portability systems. Call Ginger today for more details, 1331Armory Road, Salina, 825-4400 or 1-800-572-6177 Ducks Unlimited Social Hour 5:30 pm RanmiAt Ont 8t h Dinner 7 pm BanqUCl UCl. Bill 825-4354 - Holidome BMrtHBBMvoM^HMWBSBBBM^wBl^n Reminder VlDRICKSEN Fund Raiser The Public Is Invited. Friday, October 4, 5-7 pm Graves Motor Co. - 539 N. 9th Tickets - $30 single $50 couple Governor Bill Graves & Senator Jerry Moran will be in attendance. For Tickets: Carol D'Albini-827-2321 MaryLiby- 823-9678 Tickets Also Available At The Door J>ol adv. paid byjomrnjjtee to re-elect Sen. Ban Vldrlokien, Al Sohwan, chairman, TVt Business News Salina Journal

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