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B4 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1996 Money THE SALINA JOURNAL T ECONOMY Christmas sales could llPttPr than UCttCl tlldil BRIEFLY With inflation in check, analysts optimistic about holiday shopping By The Associated Press WASHINGTON — Wholesale inflation pressures eased in September while retail sales rebounded from a summer slump, spurring hopes that the all-important Christmas sales season could turn out better than expected. The new government reports Friday helped financial markets shake off a week-long funk. The Dow Jones industrial average climbed 47.71 to close at 5,969.38 while lessened inflation concerns revived demand for bonds, pushing the yield on Treasury's benchmark 30-year bond down to 6.84 percent, compared to 6.88 percent Thursday. The Labor Department reported that its Producer Price Index, which measures inflationary pressures before they reach the consumer, rose just 0.2 percent in September, down from a 0.3 percent August increase. "Inflation remains at bay," said Allen Sinai, chief global economist at Primark Decision Economics in New York. "Suppliers simply can't pass on price hikes." Meanwhile, the Commerce Department said retail sales rose an unexpectedly strong 0.7 percent in September, following a summer in which sales had fallen 0.6 percent in June and 0.2 percent in August and managed only a meager July advance of 0.2 percent. The better-than-expected 0.7 percent September advance left some economists forecasting that this year's all-important Christmas season will be better than first feare,d. The holiday season can account for as much as half of a retailers' yearly sales and profits. Bill tightening mutual fund regulation signed WASHINGTON — President Clinton signed into law Friday a bill to tighten mutual fund regulation and cut fees charged by the Securities and Exchange Commission. He called it milestone legislation that will save business hundreds of millions of dollars. Clinton said the legislation will simplify the way mutual funds and corporate securities are regulated. The bill's main provision gives the Securities and Exchange Commission jurisdiction over registering sales of mutual fund shares, removing state securities regulators, which will make selling mutual fund shares easier and cheaper. The bill also gives the SEC authority to inspect books and records of mutual funds and requires funds to disclose additional information to investors. Widespread GM layoffs weeks away DETROIT — Widespread lay- offs may still be weeks away for workers at General Motors plants that depend on factories struck by the Canadian Auto Workers. Analysts say GM is well stocked with parts to keep operating despite shutdowns in Canada. "If it goes beyond the end of October, you will start to see one or two plants close every few days," said Joseph Phillippi, an analyst with Lehman Brothers of New York City. GM added no layoffs Friday to the 2,000 already announced —1,050 at an engine plant in Tonawanda, N.Y., and 950 at a transmission plant in Ypsilanti, Mich. The plants make parts that aren't needed in Canada during the strike. Federal sting catches broker from Wichita WASHINGTON — A convicted murderer from Wichita, Kan., was among the 45 stock brokers and promoters caught in a federal sting, according to law enforcement sources and documents obtained by The Associated Press. 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T*T/./*T HIGH: 5,973.00 NYSE 4 P.M. REVISED VOLUME' LOW: 5,921 .67 NYSE AFTER-HOURS VOLUME Stock data by The Associated Press NYSE CONSOLIDATED VOLUME TOTAL CONSOLIDATED ISSUES TRADED Call COMMUNITY line ISSUES LOWER IN PRICE STOCK QUOTE /Category 9000 ,„„:,,-;, , w — .. ._ . RNANOALS/cmTSOO ISSUES UNCHANGED . : 1 0 MOST ACTIVE STOCKS 700.66 +6.05 828.07 +7.25 372.89 +2.54 1248.27 +11.30 580.41 +0.42 395,930,700 119,300 474,205,070 3,232 1,475 853 NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE AMERICAN .STOCK EXCHANGE OVER-THE-COUNTER Name Volume Last Chg. Name Volume Last Chg. 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'/t Galoob 2318 26 + 'A -L-L- 1.21b18 4263 45 CypSems 9 4859 12Vi — Vt Gaps .301913809 28'/t + % LSI Log 1521632 25% + % 2321598 23% —ii -D-D- GenElec 1.842214993 94% + 2% LaQuinlas .07 29730 20 Vt —Vt 2.881312418 59%—% DaJSem .1215 5130 19'/i + 1% GnGrth 1.7214 2423 24% LakllwB .1622 2266 1154 4-% 1.4412 6342 37% — % DanaCp 1.010 3148 30 Genlnst 42 7757 26% + % LehmBr ,20a 9 2770 2451 .4420 4197 36% 4-% Darden .0813 4594 814 + % GnMotr 1.60810972 50VI + % Lexmrkn 35 7594 21% 4.% 2.08U2 1260 58V4 + 1% DataGn 30 3150 14% t% GMH. .9619 8973 66% + 2% LillyElls 1.3716 7185 66Vi + 5i 17 1 140 32100 + 200 DaytHud s • .6417373431%—% GenIRe 2.04133792145%—% Umltd .402421582 19% +« 111058—3 DeanFd .76 3684 29% —Vi GenuPrt 1.3417 2681 43% —Vi UvngCtr 11 2831 22%—% 16 9999 7% DWDsc .8811 3028 58 + % GaPac 2.020 4183 77% + H LlzClab .4521 3176 38 — % 11 7050 11% + % Deeres .8014 5968 42% + 54 Gillette .723710643 73 + % LockhdM 1.61611958 93?i + 1 4814 3031 41 + % DeltaAir .2053 4574 69'/i + % GlaxoWel 1.15e23 3736 31 + % Loewen .10 2406 39% + % .40 4071 7% Dial " •& «10 135i + % GlenFed 16 2151 18% 4- % LoraISp 19455 17% 4- % 1.1233 6474 97 7 /i + Vi DiaShm .§626 3396 31 4-% GlobM 44 8629 16% + Vt LaPac .5622 3303 21% — % 33 5278 5% "'fl 11 * 1 9626 3!% + 1% Goodyear 1.011 7451 45% + 1% LucasVn 3386 39 + % 2337 34%— 1% Dlll '" <1 -16H3 1721 32% +% Grace n 4085 5iVt +% Lucent n .30 33095 48% t% 4716243 55%— 1% DimeBcp 20 4529 14% + % GrdCasns 9 5196 17% + % -M-M- 15 2829 6 — % Dtaney .4426 5173 64 +% GtWFn 1.01313822 26 + !i MBNAs .6421 3179 34%—% 3.02612703 99% 4-1% Dok> .40 402437%-% GtWFplA 2.07 239625%-% MDC .1262574 7 282e19 4229 30% 4-% Donlley .76 3236 31% — Vt GreenTRs .252011758 40 — % MCH 87 2409 9% 1826189 11%—% Dover .68(20 2693 50 4-% GTelevsa .0? 13633 27%— VA MIN .59 4499 7 .6818 2800 26H — % DowC" 3 -°1 | > 531 ° ? 9 — " Q'** 20 2297 30% Malinckr .6215 2438 42% +% .5014 4858 24 — % Dw -6822 3778 30% + % Gucci n .30p 4918 70H— 1% Manpwl .1418 3835 30 1.212 2310 84%4.1% DuPont 2.281715726 96% + 1H Guidant .0328 4458 49%—% Marriott .3227 2548 57% + % -C-C- DuWJt" -72 2362 8% GKCdag 3690 6%-% MartMMwi 658821%+% 164121 2392 76% + 'A DukeRlty 2.04121 2985 33% t% Gultstrmn 28613 25% Maivel 13133 4%— 1 1.0412 3717 49% +% DunBrd 1.00m 80 4707 60% + 5t -H-H- Mattel s .2419 5377 25 +% 49 5300 40% +% Duracel 1.1634 4037 65 HFSs 82 4327 76'/i +% MayDS 1.16(17 6661 48 +% 30 5874 66%— 1% -E-E- Haemon 14 2779 17ft— 2% McDerl 1.00 3975 18% — % 30 4473 40 +1% EAInds 3600 1%—% Halbtn 1.033 3728 55% + '/. 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NewsCorp ,09e IB 5395 22% + % 2232374 71% + 2% F1BkS y t' 6514 2923 66 t% IBM 1.421 26583129% +2% NewsCppf ,23e 6442 18% +% .10 10458 63% + 1% FstBmds .2618 3526 27%—% IntGame .1229 7012 22 —to NlaMP 7 3156 8% .0416 6674 10% +% FChlNBD 1.4413 4249 46% +% IntPap 1.021 4279 42% % NlkeB ,6029 5945119%—% 1.09165 4621 46%—% FstOala .16136 2967 85% +% IntRects 12 5819 13V4 % Nokia .63e 6384 45% +% 1.90(16345071 +1% F'tUC 2.32(13326667%+% Intimte n .4820283919 % NoestUt 1.00m 8 10663 10% .25(12 2820 50Vt +% FleetFnc 1.7212 7534 48% -to - J • J - NorTel .5230 2940 61% -Vi 2.0810 2957 28'/i +% Hwnnfl .0834 1470 17% +% JLGs .0218 2415 16% % NuvMu .61 2167 9%—% 4 3984 23% fluor .6820 3720*61% t% JohnJns .762510073 61% % Nynex 2.361715293 43% + Vt FordM 1.54 11 14834 32 + % - K • K • • 0 • 0 • Volume Last Chg. 159780 71%— 15% 110514 105% +5% 84683 22% + % 72195 65% + 1 67692 14% + % 57751 8V4— 11-16 • 5230431% + 1 15-64 45136 7% + to 45134 24% + % 42178 66% —2% SvcMer 1129135 5% +% Shoney 11 3217 8% +% SilcnGph 36 9008 22% + % vjSlzzler 2325 3% +% Smlttiln 29 2578 38% +% SmlhBc 1.42r30 4143 62% +% SnyderOil' .26 8772 13 +% Solectron 24 3323 52% 1 1 Sonat 1.0815 2306 45 >i SWPropT 1.0419 4142 14% SouthnCo 1.2613 8752 21% SwslAIri .04 15 8130 22% + Vt Sprint 1.014 2856 39% StrlCmc n 5751 31 SterlSfts 10 5636 30% +% StoneC .60 7 2813 15% — % StorTch 4998 41 % + % SumtPrp 1.552344887 19% SunCo 1.057 2838 24% — H SunHltcr 7 3688 11% — % Sunamers .3021 2922 38% Sunbeam .0460 4422 24% SunMn 23 3629 1% SuprFd .40 17 2527 15% — Vi SuperTefn 31722 17% Sysco • .5222 2482 32% — % - T - T - TJX .2830 9>95 38% — % TVXGId 70 4656 7 % TagHeurn 3760 18% +% Talbots .3615 6885 27%— 1'/4 Tandem 2346 11% +% TelBrasI n 1.56p 6785 78% — % TelArg t.03e 19 6941 25% — % TelMex ,92e 26753 31 % % TmpDrgn .53e 2374 13% + Vi TenetHIt 15 2986 21% +% Tennco 1.80 8 2689 49 + % Terdyn 9 2416 18% +% Texaco 3.40(17 6867 98% + 1% Texlnst .6813 9993 55% + % TexUtil 2.00 3994 39% — % TherEls 30 3179 37% — % ThmBets 1.1218 2511 38% — % Thorind .1213 146 24% TlmeWam .36 28138 41 Vt +% TitanW .06 7 2777 13 + % ToyRU 48 5600 31% — % Transocn .2435 2210 62!i + 1 Travelrss .601211019 51% + 1% TrlareA 485 11% — % Trump 4020 20% +% Tuppwren .22p 3936 48 . +% Tycolnts .2022 2752 44% — % TycoToy 3733 6% +% Oaklnds 2948 36% + 1% u/U_ s " " V6332 45% + Vt Oakley s 30 31008 19Vi + to USWest s 2 14 13 5780 31 % + % ONcDpt ' 26 4609 22% +% usAWste 28 2864 33* +% Oldcmxs 30 3600 15 +% usFG 2010 3688 18 — % Oilf 24 K 28^ ffi£ +% USTIn ° 1:4813 51 " 9 29 * + ' A '" *do9c 09 n +76 (JSXMar 38 93 31 ?1 ??% 4- 1 A Olsten s .2815300323 -Vt USXUSS 1.011 1490 28% +% OlymFn 14460122 -H uJan, 15586328%-% OpnhCa 2.609283434% + !% Untom 1608298125% Oryx 11 2739 18% +% uCarb 759 7282 44 + Vt ° W6nC _.25_8 p 2574 36Y4 +% UnPac 1.7216552373%+% PECO 1.7410 3226 24% +% M n Tex S 2016 3214 21V % PNC 1.48(11 6302 34% +% j^ys 20348 7% ?Hi HiSU 1 "* 5 "Tits? i? 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PainWeb .486 2248 24% + 1 US Filters 59 4705 34% +% PanEnergy .9616 3325 36% +H ussum .0835 4239 45% Paracelsn 21340 4V4-5W UnTech 2.220 2152122 +% Pennev 2'0816 6216 54 1 / +% iwiur 1 /ww J/A + I/B PeoBov '2125 2847 37% UtIIICO 1.7612 539 27 ft A PepsiCo s '462635050 29 +% ucr I'MIO Pfizer 1230 B072 81% +% w iu» * PharUp|n 1.0838197163 36%— 5% Vanstarn 45 2267 28% 7% PhelpD 2.008 3083 63% + 1% VataT 3210354345% PhilMr 4.80(13 9275 93% +% vSnco, "" g %g %S _,,„ PhlllpsEI .99e 1304 37% +% vishay 149(16 5315 20% +% PllgAPr .82 4253 9% — % 0 " e 1 yy • W • + PlacerD .30 377024%—% VVCI Stl "281" 4049 9% PlaytxPd 22 2955 8% -Vi wMXTc '6422 4927 34% + % Polaroid .6032 468344% +% wachoU L60IU 2741 49% + 1 rnnnSp 27 5052 17 + % WalMflrt J1 2327522 27 'A + 1 A Provkln 1 011 8358 44 'A + Vi ***'fl^^ .4425 2561 37 PSEG 21610 4437 28 % + 'A ui u ' «w> 04 % + 1 /t PP ' IT .Q 6 .Q 2 . 334 7V< Wen( ^ s ^2422 3235 22% +% QuakrOat 1.1447 2541 36% -H HR M 20610 1 °570 29 % -% RJRNab l'8513 R 9686 27% +'/ W " gH ' 2 ° M MM W * ~ Vt RJR DIG 60 2902 5% +% > ^ 1.010 «I/oZ 4074 +74 RanufO 0847 2350 8 uliiii l.JOtl 2730 48% Ravthn 8 '601418283 47% + 1 1 / ui! If i.gol/ £031 al + % Reebok .3018 1123 33% +% -X-X- + ' Revco 24 2496 29% + '/ ^"^ 1.1616 6003 55% +% Rexene .167 2871 13% +% YPFSoc 8011 3289 23% V ReyReys .2826 2529 27% + % •' 2 • Z - Rockwl 1.1615 2728 55% — % Rowan 79 2843 20ti + % RoylD 5.78e19 2418 163% + 1% Rubrmd .5623 2440 24% +% NOTES Ryder .6019 6255 28% — % • The II>U: The Istslnctaie local Interest stocks, •S-S- which are boWaced, and tt»da/smost actively trad- SBC Com 1.7215 5636 48% +% edslocks. SabreGrn 10191831% ' Footnotes: I - also extra or extras, b - annual SaftKI 3617 3429 17 +% "" I*" tl01 * *We«l. c - liquidating dividend. • . 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The U.S. Attorney's Office in Manhattan on Thursday announced it was bringing criminal charges ranging from securities fraud to criminal contempt against a range of stock promoters and brokers who made illegal payments to a brokerage house staffed by undercover FBI agents. Among those charged Thursday is Edward Williamson, 49, Wichita, who was convicted of murder and robbery on Oct. 16,1969, according to the SEC and NASD. The regulators said Williamson was paroled in 1971. Williamson faces both criminal and civil securities fraud charges, but he had not yet been arrested on the criminal charge of making an undisclosed payment of $4,375 to a brokerage firm on Oct. 1, for earlier purchases of: OMAP Holdings Inc. stock. The undercover agents posed as unscrupulous brokers who were willing to accept payoffs in cash or stock to sell stocks in little- known companies, many of which aren't even traded on regular stock markets. From Wire Service Reports MARKETS KEY ROTS Dally key rates from The New York Times Previous Year Friday Day Ago 8.25 6.25 8.75 5.00 5.00 5.25 5.19 5.29 5.70 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) 4.99 5.08 6.54 6.84 7.88 5.88 Day 8.25 5.00 5.29 5.00 5.13 6.88 7.88 5.89 5.28 5.31 5.96 6.30 7.30 5.89 (x) Estimated dally average, source Telerate (xx) Municipal Bond Index, The Bond Buyer Salomon Brothers and Telerate for Treasury bellwether bonds, notes and bills. LOCAL GRAINS Friday, October 11 Wheat Scoular, Sallna $4.49 Carglll, Sallna $4.49 Continental, Sallna $4.52 Farmway, Belolt $4.20 DeBruce, Clay Ctr. $4.23 Cooper, Colby $4.19 Midland, Hays $4.23 Decatur, Oberlln $4.11 Agco, Russell $4.21 Farmers, Stockton $4.16 Corn Mllo Beans — $4.62 — — $4.62 $6.73 — $4.64 — $2.58 $4.08 $6.38 $2.56 $4.22 $6.53 $2.63 $3.95 $6.25 — $4.05 — $2.59 $3.82 $6.40 — $4.01 — $2.53 $4.02 — CHICAGO GRAINS Futures trading Friday on the Chicago Board of Trade: Open High Low Settle Chg. 5,000 bu minimum; dollars per bushel WHEAT Dec Mar May Jul Sep Dec Jul 4 4 3 3 3 .23% .14% .94 .74 .76% 4.30 4.17 3.97% 3.78% 3.80 4. 4. 3. 3. 3. 19VS 09% 9)% 71 76 14 4 4 3 3 3 3. 3. .24% .12% .93% .74% .78 84 74 + .00% — .0) — .0) — .oor4 — .02 -.02 — .01 CORN Dec Mar May Jul Sep Dec Mar Jul 2. 2. 2. 3, 2. 2. 2 2, .89% .96% ,96% .05% ,87 ,86 .88% ,95% 2.90 2.97 2.98 3.05% 2.88 2.66 2.89% 2.95% 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 83 89 94% 97'/4 85% 81% 88 95 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 .83% .89 V> .95 .98% .86 .82% .89 .95 — .06% — .07 — .06% — .07 — .04% — .03% — .03% — .06 ' OATS Dec Mar May Jul Sep Dec 1 1 1 1 ,69% ,75 ,79 .80 1.73% 1.78% 1.80% 1.82 1. 1. 1. 1. 69 74'/4 77% 80 1 1 1 1 1. 1. .69% .74% .78% .80% 75 75 — .07% — .07 —.07 — .07% -.07 — .07 SOYBEANS Nov Jan Mar May Jul Aug Sep Nov 7, 7, 7 7 7 7 7 7 .30 .37 .43% .43% .44 .20 .05 .02% 7.30 7.37 7.43% 7.43% 7.44 7.22 7.05 7.02V4 7. 7. 7. 7. 7. 7. 6. 6. 00% 07 13% 15 15% 09 92 82 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 .00% .07 .13% .)5 .)5% .09 .92 .82% -.30 — .30 — .30 — .30 — .30 — .30 — .30 — .19% head 1044 Ib 58.50; lull: 7 head 738 Ib 54.75; medium 1: 3 head 80S Ib 54.50; full: 4 head 611 Ib 51.75 large 2 Holstelns: 5 head 379 Ib 41.00, 2 head 433 Ib 40.00, 2 head 463 Ib 38.50, 600-650 Ib 40.00-43.75 (42.31), 6 head 688 Ib 41.75, 8 head 719 Ib 41.25, 5 head 767 Ib 43.25, 800-850 Ib 41.00-49.50 (44.38), 2 head 868 Ib 43.00. Feeder hellers (figures In parenthesis are weighted average prices) medium and large 1: 3 head 398 Ib 52.25, 450-500 Ib 54.00-55.00 (54.47), 500-550 Ib 52.75-55.25 (54.24), 550-600 Ib 53.50-59.75 (56.18),- 9" head 647 Ib 58.25, 650-700 Ib 56.10-58.50 (57.61), 6 head 733 Ib 59.25, 750-800 Ib 58.10-59.50 (58;26), 800-850 Ib 57.75-59.75 (58.54), 850-900 Ib 57.2560.75 (58.79), 8 head 911 Ib 57.00, 950-1000 Ib 59.00," 9 head 1065 Ib 54.10; medium and large 1-2: 450-500 Ib 47.50-48.50 (47.72), 850-700 Ib 50.50-54.00 (52.08), 9 head 828 Ib 55.50; medium 1: 3 head 588 Ib 49.50. Helferottes: 6 head 43.25-50.75 (45.58). Slaughter cows: boning utility and cutters 1-3: 30.25- • 32.25 (30.85); high dressing 37.25-37.50 (37.38),' • ST. JOSEPH LIVESTOCK Market quotations Friday: '.,'•• Estimated slaughter hog receipts: 400. Compared to Thursday, barrows and gilts 1.50 lower; 1-3 230-270 Ib' 56.50-57.00; 2-3 package 265 Ib 55.00; 1-2 package 224 Ib 56.50. Sows scarce. DODGE CITY UVESTOCK Market quotations Friday: .. Trade quiet. No sales slaughter steers or hellers con-' firmed. Inquiry and demand light. This week's confirmed sales 56,900 head Including 6,600 head,or about 15 percent previously contracted or formulated cattle. Sales FOB feedlot net weights after 4 percent shrink. OMAHA UVESTOCK Market quotations Friday: Hogs: 500. Barrows and gills 1.00-1.25 lower; U.S. 1- 3s 230-260 Ibs. 58.00, 40 head 58.50; sows: uneven, over 500 Ibs. 2.00-3.00 lower, under 500 Ibs. 50 higher; U.S. 1-3s 350-500 Ibs. 47.50-47.75; boars: 300-700 Ibs. 47.00. Cattle and Calves: None. Sheep: None. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK KANSAS CITY GRAINS Wheat futures Friday on the Kansas City Board of Trade: Open High Low Settle Chg. WHEAT 5,000 bu minimum; dollars per bushel Dec 4.35 4.45 4.34 4.35% —.02% Mar 4.18% 4.24 4.16 4.17 —.04% May 3.99 4.01 3.96 3.96 —.04 Jul 3.78% 3.83 3.77% 3.78% —.04% Sep 3.81 3.84 3.79 3.81 —.03 Dec 3.88 —.03 Wheat 122,872 bushels: 4 cents lower to 4 cents higher; No. 2 hard 4.48-4.671/2n; No. 3 4.37-4.661/2n; No. 2 red wheat 4.2B-4.581/2n; No. 3 4.17-4.551/2n. Com 3,535 bushels: unch to 73/4 cents lower; No. 2 white 3.30-3.40n; No. 2 yellow 2.83-2.911/4n; No. 3 2.63-2.901/4n. No. 2 mllo 4.44-4.75n. No. 1 soybeans 6.851/4-6.96n. Hoppers 93.00-97.00. SAUNA WEEKLY UVESTOCK Market quotations from Thursday's sale at Farmers and Ranchers Livestock Market, Sallna, as reported by the U.S. Department of Agriculture:BC-Weekly Live- Farmers and Ranchers-Sallna, Compared with last week: Feeder steers 450-650 Ib steady to firm on a very light supply, 650-950 Ib steady; feeder heifers 450-900 Ib steady to weak on a very light supply; slaughter cows and bulls no test. Trade and demand moderate. Receipts 79 percent (696) 600 Ib and over, 19 percent (171) 600 Ib and under, 2 percent (19) cows and bulls. Feeder steers (figures In parenthesis are weighted average prices) medium and large 1: 450-500 Ib 62.0063.75 (63.02), 500-550 Ib 61.50-64.50 (62.78), 550-600 Ib 61.75-66.00 (64.31), 600-650 Ib 63.00-64.60 (63.92), 650-700 Ib 61.85-64.00 (62.94), 700-750 Ib 62.8565.10 (63.55), 750-800 Ib 63.00-65.75 (64.02), 800-850 Ib 62.25-65.00 (63.77), 850-900 Ib 61.50-65.00 (63.24), 900-950 Ib 61.25-64.25 (62.89), 14 head 976 Ib 60.25; full: 4 head 608 Ib 58.00; medium and large 1-2: 500550 Ib 55.25-56.75 (55.63), 550-600 Ib 55.25-58.00 (56.58), 600-650 Ib 52.75-56.25 (54.90), 20 head 662 Ib 60.00, 750-800 Ib 58.00-61.00 (60.75), 800-850 Ib 56.25-61.75 (60.11), 850-900 Ib 55.50-58.75 (56.58), 5 Futures trading Friday on tha Chicago Mercantile Exchange: ' .".'.. Open High Low Settle Chg. CATTLE 40,000 Oct Dec Feb Apr Jun Aug Oct 71. 65. 63. 65, 63. 63, 65, .40 .90 .95 75 60 40 87 Ibs.; 71. 66. 64. 65. 63. 63. 65. 85 20 15 80 60 40 92 FEEDER 50,000 Oct Nov Jan Mar Apr May Sep Aug 63. 64. 64. 64. 64. 65, 66. 66. 55 30 .95 40 85 30 .50 75 Ibs 63. 64. 65. 64. 65. 65. 66. 66. ,; 95 80 45 75 15 55 50 60 cents per Ib. 71. 65. 63. 65. 63. 63. 65. 25 52 70 50 22 05 70 71 65 .35 .62 63.75 65 63 63 65 .55 ,27 ,05 ,70 •+ .08 — .10 — .07 -.12 -.20 — 1 2 — .15 CATTLE cents 63. 63. 64. 64. 64. per Ib. 00 65 55 15 60 64.97 66. 66. 40 50 63, 63, ,12 .70 64.60 64, ,15 64-.70 64 .97 66.40 66.55 —.23 — .25 — .05 + ..03. + .05 '+.40 + .06 HOGS 40,000 Ocl Dec Feb Apr Jun Jul Aug Oct Dec Feb' Apr 59. 56. 77. 73. 77. 75. 70. 64. 65. 20 60 65 65 45 00 75 80 50 Ibs 59. 56. 77. 73. 77. 75. 70. 64. 66. ,; 20 60 65 65 47 00 90 80 20 cents 58. 55. 76. 72. 76. 73. 70. 63. 65. per Ib. 12 30 20 30 20 95 05 90 25 58, 12 55.40 76.37 72.55 76.40 74, 10 70.45 64.20 — 1.50 -ri'iso' -1.53 — 1.20 -1.25 — 1.00 -.55 — .77 65.47 —.66 66. 63. 30 10 GOLD Foreign - Hong Kong late: $382.05 up $0.40; London morning fixing: $381.85 up $0.10; London afternoon fjxIng: $380.75 off $1.00; London late: $381.25 off $0.75; Paris afternoon fixing: $377.55 up $1.50; Frankfu'rt fixing: $381.50 up $0.19. Zurich late afternoon: $381.00 off $0.75. • ' Domestic - NY Handy & Harman: $380.75 off $1.00; NY Handy & Harman fabricated: $399.79 off $1.05; NY Engelhard: $382.05 off $1.00; NY Engelhard fabricated: $401.15 off $1.05; NY Merc, gold spot month close Frl. $381.10 off $1.10; NY Republic National Bank 4 p.m. Fri. $381.00 off $1.10. SILVER Handy & Harman silver Friday $5.015, up $0.010!' Fabricated $5.517, up $0.011; The bullion price for silver earlier in London $5.0325, up $0.057; Engelhard $5.040, off $0.005; Fabricated $5.544, off $0.006. .', • NY Merc silver spot month Friday $5.020, off $0.002 " OIL : Petroleum cash prices Friday as compared With Thursday prices: Fri. Thurs. West Texas Interned $ par bb! lob 24.68 24.26 From Staff and Wire Reports brings a life-long commitment to education... 'EDUCATION B.A. Kansas Wesleyan University M.S. Kansas State University Ph. D. Kansas University ' EXPERIENCE Mother of three 31 years as a high school teacher ^_. 8 years as Chairperson of Staff Development Committee of Salina High School South 12 years on Evaluation Review Committee for Teacher Preparation Colleges Selected Kansas Master Teacher, 1987 6 years as a member of the Kansas House of Representatives (1988-94) serving on the House Education Committee , INVOLVEMENT Church Elder YWCA Board Community Access TV Volunteer tutor for Adult Education Learning Center Salina Youth Care Home Board ELOISE LYNCH for State Board of Education, District 6 Political Adv. Paid by LYNCH Campaign - Mike Mattson, Chair

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