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CB WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1996 Money THE SALINA JOURNAL V PHILIPS LIGHTING Company woes won't affect Salina Declining income may mean layoffs for Philips Electronics, but Salina plant is expanding From Staff and Wire Reports Although Philips Lighting sales are decreasing worldwide and the company's Salina bulb manufacturing plant is running only four of five production lines, layoffs are not expected here, a company spokesman said Tuesday. That comment came in the wake of an announcement earlier this week by Dutch-based Philips Electronics NV, the parent company of the Philips Lighting, warning that second- half operating income could fall below that of last year, and that jobs might be cut. The world's third-largest maker of consumer electronics said an improvement over last year's second-half operating earnings was "most unlikely." Rick Barnett, human resources manager of the plant at 3861S. Ninth, said the lighting division has experienced decreasing sales worldwide in the past six months. But rather than layoffs, the Salina plant, which makes fluorescent lamps and employs 630, is in the midst a $50 million expansion that will create 50 new jobs by late 1997, Barnett said. "Sales in North America are beginning to pick up," he said, adding that 95 percent of the lamps produced at the plant are sold in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Like its many competitors in the West, Philips NV is struggling with weak sales, especially in Europe, and stiff competition from low-cost Asian manufacturers. In a terse statement, Philips said it needs to accelerate plans in hand to improve earnings. It refused to explain what such actions might be. Operating income in the second half of 1995 was 2.18 billion guilders ($1.27 billion). A Philips executive who declined to be identified said two weeks ago the company was considering another reorganization and evaluating whether it has too many businesses. A company spokesman said Philips will give further details Oct. 24 when it releases third-quarter earnings. The profit warning comes just two weeks after 58-year-old Cor Boonstra, a former Sara Lee Corp. executive, took over as chairman of Philips from Jan Timmer, who retired. According to analysts, Philips' business is deteriorating across the board, from its flagship consumer electronics division to semiconductor activities, the company's former cash cow. Some investors were only mildly surprised by the latest warning flag. "Many banks and brokers had already discounted this in their estimates," said Leen den Hollander, a fund manager with Delta Lloyd Verzekeringsgroep NV. "If you invest in Philips you are looking ahead to next year." Music and record company PolyGram NV, of which Philips owns 70 percent, will also contribute less to earnings in the second half, analysts said. Henk Slotboom, head of research at Dutch brokerage Amstgeld, said Philips officials told him competition from illegal compact disc producers, weak CD sales in general and the delay in the release of a U2 new album all contributed to the malaise at PolyGram. V SALINA RETAIL NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE NMM ADT AQCOs AMR AT&T • AbtLab AMD Aetna Inc AlrProd AlrTouch AlrTch pIB AirTch pIC Altatrtin Alcan Alcatel AleoSt i AllegTeldy Allegnc n Alergn AlnEnt Aldslgnl Allstate Alpharma Alcoa Alza AmerOn s ABrand AEP AmExp ArrrlnlG AmMdRs AmReCp AmStores Amercrd Amerilch Amoco AMP Anadrk Analog s Anheus s AnnTayl AonCp Aon pfBcId Apache ApplMg Aprla Aracruz Arcadn ArchDin ArdenRII n ' Armco ArmWI AsdEstat AscFCap n AutoZone Avon s BikrHu DM. 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REVISED VOLUME LOW: 5,970.49 NYSE AFTER-HOURS VOLUME Stock data by The Associated Press NYSE CONSOLIDATED VOLUME Call COMMUNITY line TOTAL CONSOLIDATED ISSUES TRADED STOCK QUOTE/CategoryQOOO ISSUES LOWER IN PRICE RNANOALS/ Category 7500 ISSUES UNCHANGED 10 MOST ACTIVE STOCKS 702.57 -0.97 830.60 -1.30 373.60 -0.63 1,258.10 +1.74 575.65 -3.68 458,881,700 98,300 561,211,450 3,251 1,094 1,316 841 NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE OVER-THE-COUNTER Name Volume Last Chg. Name Volume Last Chg. Name BayNtwk s 118981 20ft —3% CheySofl 12236 30'A Intel AmerOn s 67023 25% +3 VlacB 11132 33ft— 1'A' US Roots MkmT 60745 30% -2% SPDR 7769705-16-3-32 SunMlcs Chryslrs 56531 33% + % Dl Ind 7313 2 +3-16 ChlpsTc PepsiCo s 53347 28V. — V. 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The restaurant, Golden Corral Steaks, Buffet & Bakery, should be open in April. The Golden Corral is a family-style steakhouse franchise. Darrell Hills, owner of DMH & Associates, which owns Mid-State Mall at 2450 S. Ninth, said Tuesday he plans to develop the restaurant next to Tom's Appletree Restaurant at Ninth Street and Magnolia Road. Northglenn, Colo.-based Tri- Golden Management will lease the 9,611-square-foot building and operate the restaurant. Mike Kutch, co-owner of Tri- Golden Management, didn't re- turn phone calls Tuesday. The general contractor for the project will be announced at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Sunflower Bank office at Mid-State. Hills didn't disclose which firms were bidding for the $500,000 building. Kiwi airline abandons service By The Associated Press NEWARK, N.J. — Financially troubled Kiwi International Air Lines, which served mainly East Coast and Midwestern cities, announced Tuesday it was halting service by the end of the day. The discount airline said it had been unable to find an outside investor to keep it running through its bankruptcy reorganization. It said it still hoped to attract a buy- er before it is dismantled. Kiwi had only four profitable quarters in its four-year history and filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy court protection on Sept. 30. It has blamed the fallout from a government-ordered partial shutdown this summer, a chronic shortage of capital and the publicity from the crash in the ;Everglades in May of a plane operated by another discount airline,'Valu- Jet. , , MARKETS KEY RATES Dally key rates from The New York Times Previous Year Tuesday Day Ago 8.25 8.75 5.00 5.25 5.16 5.74 4.99 5.31 5.08 6.54 6.84 7.88 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) 8.25 5.00 5.44 5.01 5.11 6.54 6.84 7.91 5.68 5.88 5.32 6.09 6.44 7.39 5.98 (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 Tuesday, October 15 Wheat Secular, Salina Carglll, Salina Continental, Salina Farmway, Belolt DeBruce, Clay Ctr. Cooper, Colby Midland, Hays Decatur, Oberlln Agco, Russell Farmers, Stockton $4.52 $4.52 $4.53 $4.23 $4.25 $4.22 $4.26 $4.19 $4.25 $4.22 Corn — — — $2.61 $2.59 $2.66 — $2.62 — $2.56 Mllo $4.62 $4.67 $4.62 $4.12 $4.23 $4.03 $4.10 $3.87 $4.06 $4.02 Beans — $6.76 $6.74 $6.40 $6.46 $6.18 — $6.32 — ~ steady. Inquiry and demand moderate. Sales confirmed on 8,900 slaughter steers and 9,200 slaughter hellers Tuesday. Week to date 32,300 head confirmed, Including 1,800 head previously contracted or formulated cattle. Sales FOB (eedlot net weights after 4 percent shrink. Slaughter steers: select and choice 2-3 1100-1275 Ib 70.00. Dressed basis: few select and choice 2-3 12001325 Ib 113.00 hot weights, delivered. Slaughter heifers: select and'cholce 2-3 980-1150 Ib 70.00. Dressed basis: few select and choice 2-3 1200 Ib 113.00 hot weights, delivered. OMAHA UVESTOCK Market quotations Tuesday: Hogs: 600; barrows and gilts slow 25 to 75 lower, mostly 25 to 50 lower; U.S. 1-3s 220-260 Ibs. 56.0056.50, mostly 56.25-56.50; sows mostly steady; 350650 Ibs. 46.50-58.00. i.: Cattle and Calves: 500; steers and heifers moderate, fully steady with Monday; steers largely select and choice 1100-1375 Ibs. 69.00-70.00, many 69.50-70,00 with a load of reputation fed 70.50; hellers select to choice 1000-1200 Ibs. 68.50-70.00, reputation fed 70.00, cartload heifer mates 70.50. Sheep: None. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO GRAINS Futures trading Tuesday Trade: Open 5,000 bu minimum; on the Chicago Board of High Low Settle Chg. dollars per bushel WHEAT Dec Mar May Jul Sep Dec Jul 4 4 3 3 3 3 30'A 16 98 79 91 70 4 4 3 3 3 3 33 19 99 'A 80 91 70 4 4 3 3 3 3 21 10 92 72'A 84 70 4 4 3 3 3. 3 3 21 % 10Vi 92 73V. 76 'A 84 70 — .07% — .04 'A — .04V. — .04 'A — .05 'A — .04 — .01 V. CORN Dec Mar May Jul Sep Dec Mar Jul 2 • 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 86% 93 99 02 88'A 84V. 91 'A 98 'A 2 2 3 3 2 2 2 2 88 'A 94 'A 00 03V. 89 86 92 'A 98 Vi 2.84% 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 9 1'A 97 00 87V. 84 9 1'A 98'A 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 .86 'A 93 Vi 98'A 00% 88 86 92 'A .98'A + .00 'A + .OO'A — .01 Vt — .OO'A + .01 % + .01 V. OATS Dec Mar May Jul Sep Dec 1 1 1 1 1 73 78% 82 84 74 75 79 83 84 75 'A 72 77V. 81 .82'A 74 1 1 1 1 1 1 73 Vi 78 Vi 82'A 84 75 'A 75 + .03V. + .03V. + ,03'A + .03 + .02 'A t .01 SOYBEANS Nov Jan Mar May Jul Aug Sep Nov 6 6 7 7 7 7 6 6 8 9 'A 9 4'A 01 Vt 09 10 10 92 81 6 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 95 01 08 Vi 10'A 13 12 92 83 6 6 89V. 94V. 7.01V. 7 06 7.08 7 6 6 07 89 79 'A 6 6 7 7 7 7 6 6 .92 Vi 98'A .05% .08% . 1 0 'A .09 .89 .80% + .04 + .04V. + .04 'A + ,03V. + .03 + .05 + .02 t .02V. Futures trading Tuesday on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange: Open High Low Settle Chg. CATTLE 40,000 Oct Dec Feb Apr Jun Aug Oct 70. 64, 63, 65 62. 62, 65, 55 ,65 00 .00 90 .75 ,55 Ib*, 70. 65. 63. 65. 63. 63. 65. ,; 90 10 30 22 22 00 75 FEEDER 50,000 Oct Nov Jan Mar Apr May Sep Aug 62 62 63, 63 64 64, 65 66 ,70 ,70 ,85 .80 .00 .10 .95 .00 Iba.; 62. 62. 63. 63. 64. 64. 65. 66. 90 90 85 85 40 75 95 15 cents 70. 64. 62. 65. 62. 62. 65. per Ib. ^ 27 50 95 00 85 60 55 70.37 64, ,70 -r,28 +.'.08 63.02 t";02 65 .07 63.02 62 .65 65.65 r. 4; u *, +-: 1 0 CATTLE cents 62. 62. 63. 63. 63. 64. 65. 65. per Ib. I 47 52 35 40 75 10 85 95 62.50 62.57 63.45 63 .45 64.05 64.30 65.85 65.97 1 —.15 + .07 — :05 -4i 10 + .23 + .10 —.•03 HOGS 40,000 Oct Dec Feb Apr Jun Jul Aug Ocl Dec Feb Apr 56 54 75 71 75 72 69 63 64 62 .10 .35 .00 .50 .35 .90 .72 .40 .75 .50 Ibs 56. 55. 75. 71. 76. 73. 69. 63. 64. 62. .; 80 00 50 82 00 47 80 60 92 60 cents 55. 54. 74. 71. 75. 72. 69. 63. 64. per Ib. 20 25 60 10 20 70 30 40 75 62.47 56.65 W03 54.95 75 71 75 73 69 63 64 66. 62 .27 .55 .97 .47 .80 .60 .92 97 .60 +'570 +;.27 + .03 + .17 ' +M7 • t',05 '-'J10 ' -^.03 ,-•.03 1 GOLD KANSAS CITY BRAINS Wheat futures Tuesday on the Kansas City Board ol Trade: Open High Low Settle Chg. WHEAT 5,000 bu minimum; dollars per bushel Dec 4.45 4.48 4.34 4.38% —.05V. Mar 4.24'A 4.27 4.17V. 4.18 —.06'A May 4.03 4.04 3.96 3.96 -.04 Jul 3.84 3.84 3.78 3.79 —.03 Sep 3.81 —.02 Dec 3.87 —.02 Wheat 92,475 bushels: 1 cent lower to B1/2 cents higher; No. 2 hard 4.541/2-4.751/2n; No. 3 4.431/2- 4.741/2n; No. 2 red wheat 4.341/2-4.621/2n; No. 3 4.231/2-4.611/2n. Corn 7,233 bushels: unch to 1 cent higher; No. 2 white 3.20-3.30n; No. 2 yellow 2.613/4-2.933/4n; No. 3 2.613/4-2.923/4n. No. 2 mllo 4.47-4.79n. No. 1 soybeans 6.741/4-6.B3n. Hoppers 93.00-96.00. ST. JOSEPH UVESTOCK Market quotations Tuesday: Estimated slaughter hog receipts: 300. Compared to Monday, barrows and gills 1.00 loer; 1-3 230-270 Ib 54.50-55.00. Sows steady; 1-2 300-500 Ib 48.00; 1-3 500-550 Ib 50.00; 550-700 Ib 54.00-55.00. PODGE CITY UVESTOCK Market quotations Tuesday: Trade fairly active. Slaughter steers and heifers Foreign - Hong Kong late: $381.25 unchanged; Lpn' don morning fixing: $381.00 up $0.10; London afternoon fixing: $381.00 up $0.10; London late: $381.25 off $0.20; Paris afternoon fixing: $378.62 off $1.35; Frank- furl fixing: $380.60 off $0.37; Zurich late afternoon: $381.00 off $0.10. Domestic - NY Handy & Harman: $381.00 up' $0.10; NY Handy & Harman fabricated: $400.05 up $o;iO; NY Engelhard: $382.30 up $0.10; NY Engelhard fabricated: $401.41 up $0.10; NY Merc, gold spot month close Tue. $381.10 off $0.40; NY Republic National Bank 4 p.m. Tue. $381.10. SILVER Handy & Harman silver Tuesday $5.025, off $0.010; Fabricated $5.528, off $0.011; The bullion price! for silver earlier In London $5.0200, off $0.02; Engelhard $5.030, off $0.010; Fabricated $5.533, off $0.011; NY Merc silver spot month Tuesday $5.009, up $0.012. OIL Petroleum cash prices Tuesday as compared with Monday prices: ^ Tues. '• Mon. West Texas Interned $ per bbl fob 25.43 25.63 From Staff and Wire Reports Jean Curry 2737 Belmont 823-5129 We'll always be there for you.; Shelter imuranctcoi., Home Office: Columbia, MO GRAIN & LIVESTOCK m«*rlc«e* 825-GOOO

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