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FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1997 H W M^RBPM HVMP^M^I THE SALINA JOURNAL ^g^^ssnt^mwfsyfisfssss^xf^ ECONOMY Income, spending on rise IB ECONOMIC INDICATOR But some analysts say economy is showing signs of slowing down By The Associated Press WASHINGTON — A burst of data provided an unclear picture of the economy Thursday, showing personal income and spending on the rise at the same time construction and manufacturing activity were slowing slightly. Some analysts said the reports portrayed an economy that is showing signs of braking from its torrid first-quarter pace. "The latest data ... confirm strong growth for the first quarter, but may also be an early indication of growth moderation," said economist Cheryl Katz of Merrill Lynch & Co. Others, however, said the data was affected by special factors in- cluding flooding and strikes. "The economy continues to have very good momentum and we see the Federal Reserve continuing to tighten" credit to keep the economy from sparking a new wave of inflation, said Astrid Adolfson, an economist with MCM MoneyWatch in New York. The Federal Reserve boosted short-term interest rates in March. Analysts are divided over whether it will vote another increase at its next meeting May 20. The National Association of Purchasing Management's index of April business activity slipped to 54.2 percent in April from 55.0 percent in March, suggesting the manufacturing sector continued to grow but,flt a slower pace. The widely followed industry survey did not indicate any inflation pressures as the second quarter began. Prices paid for raw ma- terials fell for the first time in five months. But because the index remained near its recent high, it suggested the government's monthly employment report today will be "on the moderately strong side," said MCM MoneyWatch's Adolfson. Consumer spending, supported by a 0.6 percent increase in personal income, rose in March by 0.5 percent for the second straight month, the Commerce Department reported. Spending totaled $5.37 trillion at a seasonally adjusted annual rate, compared with $5.35 trillion a month earlier. Private wages and salaries, the most closely watched component of income, rose $27.7 billion on top of a $48.7 billion gain in February. Disposable income — income after taxes — increased 0.6 percent after shooting up 0.8 percent a month earlier. income Trillions of dollars, seasonally adjusted annual rate 6.75 6.70 6.65 6.60 6.55 6.50 6.45 6.40 6.35 I 6.30 6.25 6.20 AMJJASONDJFM 1996 1997 Source: U. S. Department of Commerce NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE Name Dlv. PE Vol. Last Chg. - A - A • ADT 11946 27 ?t + 'A AESCp 36 2950 63 'A— 1 % AGCO .0411 3079 25 W —'A AMR 10 6518 90%— 2% AT&Ts 1.321041956 33ft +% Aamess .13535618 12'A— 3'A Abllab 1.08124 9730 61 AccuStfl 26 9650 18'A —'A Acuson 3475 23% —'A AMD 20701 43 <A + 1 Aetna Inc .8021 5200 89ft— 1'A nhmans .8828 4088 37 !i —Vt AirTouch 66 10212 25'A —Vt AlskAIr 9 2966 24% —<A Albertsn .64(17 3725 32!i — 'A Alcan .60 19 6886 34'A + Vt AllgPow 1.72 14 2743 26 "A AllegTeldy .6419 4202 26 ft + 'A Allegncn .4017 3707 22'A + V. AldSgnl 1.0420 7294 73 + % Allstate .96(14 5675 64% — S A Alcoa 1.00124 4898 69'A — s ,i Alza 25 2712 28% —Vt AmHes 60 25 3705 48 'A Vi AmOnline 29059 47 t Hi ABrand 2.018 2960 52!i — » AEP 2.413 5187 40'A AmExD 90 18 9029 65 H Vi AGenCp 1.415x5324 43 —Vt AHome 1.6421 9022 65'A— 1 AmlnlG .4020 6807127 —1'A AmStores .6423 4715 45% + '/• Amercrd 14 4006 15W + 1H Amoritch 2.26 15 9422 60'A — % Amoco 2.8 15 5408 83V. — % AMP 1.0420x4648 35% «mphnl 17 4152 25% Analogs 2626316 26 % Anheuss .9618 6911 42V. — Vi Apache .2819 7219 33'A —'A ApplMg 924357 26 'A + 1 s /. Aracruzs 3326 19% + 'A ArchDan ,20b 20 16752 18'A —Vt Armco 32 3194 3'A ArowE 15 2824 56'A t s /i AllRlch 5.70)13 7616 136'A +% Aulollvn 3790 35'A AutoDI .4626 3869 45 'A AveryDs .6821 2767 36% — % Avons 1.2625 2957 61 — Vt - B • B DDN Co 10BD ^"o 'ii nmilf OTHER INDEXES ^H ^1^1 ^I^B^I^K^B |^^£ gf Jf STANDARD & POOR'S 500 INDEX STANDARD & POOR'S INDUSTRIALS 6,976.48 NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE ;.' , OVER-THE-COUNTER EXCHANGE AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE n|HANr p. _ 32 ^ VOLUME " HIGH: 7,008.99 NYSE 4 P.M. REVISED VOLUME LOW: 6,913.47 NYSE AFTER-HOURS VOLUME Stock data by The Associated Press NYSE CONSOLIDATED VOLUME Call COMMUNITY line TOTAL CONSOLIDATED ISSUES TRADED STOCK QUOTE/CategorygoOO ISSUES LOWER IN PRICE FINANCIALS / Category 7500 ISSUES UNCHANGED 10 MOST ACTIVE STOCKS 798.53 —2.61 938.77 —3.25 415.71 —1.23 1270.50 +9.74 558.50 +5.59 459,352,200 1,027,800 553,638,560 3,333 1,462 1,049 822 NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE OVER-THE-COUNTER Name Volume Last Chg. 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Name MIcmT 74931 38'A + 2 'A ViacB 24784 28'A +2'A Cisco Compaq 55797 88 V. +2 'A SPDR 21495 80 —3-32 Intel PepsiCo s 53527 34 'A Nabors 9755 18% — 'A Mlcroifts PhilMors X53020 39'/< — 'A RoyalOg 8725 2% — 1-16 Oracle SoulhnCo X51196 20 'A + Vt EchoBay 6819 5 'A + 1-1 6 TeleComA EDS 46204 34% + 1 'A Amdhl 5435 9 +7-16 PairTchs AT&Ts 41956 33'A + % TWA 540973-16—1-16 WortdCms PharUpj 37584 29% — 'A Hasbro s 5164 25 Quantum Aamess 35618 12'A —3'A EIPasoE 501865-16 3Com ColHCAs 34523 34% — Vt Viacom 4807 28% +2 'A ApldMat BJS 28 7082 47 —'A BokrHu .4624x7180 34 — % CmpUSA s 2222327 19'A + 'A FleetFnc 1.815 6462 60 S A — % KCtyPL 1.6226 576 27% —'A BaltGE 1.611 3582 25'A Compaq 1755797 88'A+2!i Flemng .0823 757 15% — % Kellogg 1.6836 7198 69% —Vt BancOne 1.521322693 42'A + 'A CmpAsc s .102323615 51% —'A Fluor .7617 4468 54 'A —'A Kellwood .6016 549 24% + 'A BkNYs .96116 8708 39 S A + Vt CompSci 25 4664 63V. + 1 Vt FordM 1.68(824363 34%—% Keycorp 1.68115 3173 52'A t 'A BankAm 2.441 15 24707 115%— 1 'A Comsat .20m 3107 21Vi + VS FrnkRs s .3221 3485 59!* t% Keylnl ,7429 4633 20% + '/. 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CresRE s 1.2234 3959 2614 t Vt GM H 1.00(19 3040 54% + 1 LockhdM 1.613 6686 89'A BentonOG 11 4019 13% —'A CrmpKnl ,05m 27 3473 21 'A + 'A Gillette .8614310377 84 —1 LoraISp 4678 14% —'A BergBr .60(18x3220 34'A + t CumEng 1.10(15 3017 56'A + 'A GlaxoWel 1.31e29 4021 38%—% Lowes .2221 3909 37 'A —'A BtrkHiA 16133037700—300 CypSem 4014795 14'A +34 GlbDir 15 3588 17 — S A Lubrlzol 1.014 3849 32%—% BirkHBn 1 261260—11 -D-D- GlobM 1416795 19'A — % LucasV n .46p 3069 31 +1 BestBuy 2850 12% —H DR Morton .0811 2706 9'A + 'A Goodyear 1.1212 6557 54% + 2'A Lucent .303021643 59% +% BethStl 4209 8% +'/« DTE 2.0614 3152 26% Grace n .5018 4559 51 'A -'A Lyondl .9011 3801 20'A Bevrly 18 5042 14% + 'A DalSem .14125 3019 37 + 'A GrdCasn 10035 11 'A t 'A -M-M- Boeing 1.122726977 99 +% DalaGn 20 5597 19% + 1 GtWFn 1.063 7823 41%—% MBNA s .48123 6332 33 BolseC .60 4033 32'A — % DaylHud s .6421 7083 .44.H — % GreenTrF .301316892 30V4 t 'A MMT •• .62 3170 7 Borders s 30 3389 21 Vi— Vi DWDisc s .5613 5008 38%. 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Haemon 14 9819 17 + % Masco .8019 3193 37'A —Vt BurlNSF 1.214 5833 78%-% Dlllard .1615 2265 31% + 'A Halbtn 1.025 5047 69% —'A Mattel .2451 5291 27% —'A BrIRsc .5516 7628 42%—% DlmeBcp .04e 16 5475 16 —'A Harnlsh .4016 7292 41'A — 'A MayDS 1.215 5189 45'A — % ButlerMlg .48(10 129 33'A Dliney .53(3011275 81 — % HarrariE 13 9037 16!» + !t Maylag .64117 3075 23% t 'A •C-C- DomRes 2.5813 2970 34'A —'A HilMgt s 32 4071 28 +1'A McDerl 20 3933 18'A —'A CIGNA 3.3211 3819154 ! /d+4'A Donlloy .7621 3566 34% + 'A Hllhsth s 2711731 20'A +% McDnlds .302414844 52%—% CMS Eng 1.0813x5649 31 !i + 'A Dover .6815 2811 53'A + 'A HeclaM 4704 5% McDnDg s .48 17 5903 5925-32 + 13-32 CSX 1.0411 5496 45'A— 1% DowCh 3.011 8951 85 t % Heinz 1.162210906 41'A McGrH 1.4422 4040 50% —'A CUC mils 5623718 23 + 1 !k Dressr ,6820 6197 29 5 A —'A Herculs 1.00112 6173 39'A t 'A MedPart 9556 18'A + Vt CVSCorp .44b49 7951 49 — 5 /« DuPonl 2.521 15 12795 103'A— 2it Hertz n 11448 29'A + 'A Medtronic .3832 4946 69'A + 'A Cabltrns 2412617 35 'A + % DukeP 2.1213 5838 44'A + V. HewlPk s .482021706 52'A — Vt MellonBk 2.64116 4752 82%—% Cadences 24 4673 33'A + 1'A DunBrd s .8822 5536 25'A + % Hibern .3214 4145 12'A —'A Merck 1.68(2724583 89 —1% Calenergy 22 3358 39 -'A -E-E- Hillenbd .66(22 3854 45% + 2% MercFn 210985 1% CalFPCpf 2.28 4560 25'A EMC 2314050 37% + 1'A Hilton S .3231 6745 27 MerrLyn 1.60(12 5887 96'A + 1'A CallGoll .28118 4825 31'A + 1% ENI 1.40p 3006 50% —Vt Hollinger .4028 7990 9!i —'A Mesalnc 73 3819 5'A CampSps .7735 6208 49%— 1% EastChm 1.7612 3561 51 'A + Vi HmeDep .242913470 57%—% MIcrnT 3474931 38'A+2'A CdnPcg .48 5081 24'A — V. EKodak 1.7612410570 82%—% Hmslke .2029 8401 13'A + 'A Mllllpore .36 5411 38% +% CapOne .3215 2699 36% +% Ealon 1.76117x4029 76'A + 1% Honywol 1.0821 4148 70'A — % MMM 2.12123 7168 67Vt + Vi CarnvCp .4418 3273 37'A + 'A Edisonlnl 1.01311387 21'A + 'A HrzHIl 32 3938 16V. +% MlrRsrts 2018268 20'A +% Caterp 1.612 4790 90% + Hi Edw«rd« .72(10 1007 35 Houshlnt 1.5616 2955 86'/<— 1% Mobil 4.24118 5083129 —1 CenSoWst 1.7410 9423 19% — % Elans 26 2786 33% —'A Humana 30 4752 21'A —'A Moneygr n 12 4111 9% CnTrnRtl 68699-32—1-32 EDS .604146204 34% + 1'A •!•!• Monsan s .6028 9468 42 — % Cerldian 15 2846 33% t 'A EmrtnEI • 1.0821 2678 50% —'A IBP .1013 2401 23'A —Vt MontryR n ,22p 14 5332 15'A t 'A ChaseM 2.4811132808 92% +% EmpDIlt 1.2815 177 17% IMC Glo .3219 6902 37 + V. MS Asia ,26e 3689 9'A + 'A Checkpnl .01p23 3021 13% — % Enron .9016 8734 38'A +% ITT Corp 2312314 59% t 'A Morgan 3.5214 6318101'A — % ChesEngs 21 6309 15'A + 'A ENSCO 27 9677 45'/z— 2 IkonOIISol .162613098 26% —'A Morlnlnt n 4404 30 —'A Chevron 2.1616 9392 68 —'A Entergy 1.813 6173 23'« + Va Illinova 1.249 3292 22% —'A Motorola .483224561 57 —'A Chryslrs 1.60627776 30 EqtCos .2072 3184 28%—% Imation n 5360 23% — '/. Mylan .1618 9832 12'A + 'A Chubb 1.16118 5184 57ii + 'A EvereSlRo .16113 2812 30 t IV. INCO .4028x3259 32% + 'A -N-N- CINergy 1.816 3627 32 '/i — % ExIdeCp .0836 546 16% t Vi IngerHd .8215 3276 48% — % NB Cap pf 1.96 3013 24'A —'A Circus 25 8038 25 +1 Exxon s 1.64(1828454 55'/i— % IngtrnM n 25 3255 24Vi + 1% NCR Cp n 6918 30*A + 1% Citicorp 2.1 1521740112'^ —'/> -F-F- InpulOul 26 3140 14'A t 'A NUI .9414 3271 19'A —'A CilzUIA .75114 8618 11 — % FPLGp 1.92113 4196 45 t V. IBM 1.61429933161% t 'A NablsH .62 10086 38 — % CilzUlB .75114 8050 11'A — U FanniMae .841612972 41 Vi —'A IntGarne .1216 5738 16'A t% NatEdu 3416008 20'A + 'A CitzUtpl 2.50 2934 48'A— 2V. FedExp s 18 4222 53% — S A InlPap 1.038 9603 42% + 'A NtSeml 7414 24% — '/. ClairSIrs .1220 2928 19'A t 'A FdHraLn s .40118 7651 31H — 'A Inlimle .52118 3823 18H — '/. NalnsBk s 1.321417757 60% ClaytHs .0814 2758 13'A — Vi FedMog .48 1543 27% » VI Iomega s 3215136 16% —'A Navistar 30 2795 11% + Vt CocaCI .564130727 62'A— 1'A FedrDS 26 6560 33%—% -J-J- NwbNk s 7150 32 + Vt CocaCE .301 3924 59'A-1'A FIBkSy 1.8616 3758 76 'A -'A JLG s .0212 5979 13'A + 1 Newell .64121 2987 34%—% Coeur .15] 2949 13% FslBrnd .3216 5976 25'A + Vi JohnJn s .8812617624 59%— 1'A NewmtM .483713161 35% + 1 Cognlznln .1221 3896 32 — % FChlNBD 1.612 4858 56'A —'A . K-K- NikeB s .402120776 57'A + I'A Colimni 323 15% + Vi FstData s .082411705 34'A — '/. 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A + 5-64 Smilhln 25 2758 46 —1% SmlhBc 1.62e39 3953 BOH Solectron 25 2698 57% + 'A SoulhnCo 1.30(13x51196 20'A + Vt SPacFdgs 6 3293 9!t — % SwslAIrl .05118 6534 26%— 1'A Sprint 1.016 5578 44 + 'A StrlCmc 32 3478 26'A + S A StorTch 11 7252 34'A — » Stratus 19 3889 38'A SummilBc 1.4415 3626 47V. +% SunCo 1.027 4805 27 S A + Vt Sunamers .4020 3218 44%— 1% Sunbeam .04 4392 32H + % SunMn 10 2838 13-16 — 1-16 SunstoneH 1 0 18 10260 13V* 'A SwIIEng 15 3477 21 —V. Sysco .6021 5457 34 ! A —'A -T-T- TCW .84a 2823 8% TIGHd .6011 5114 27% TJX .40120 3592 47Vi —'A TVXGId 6655 5'A + V. TelBrasI 1.84e 6831 114'A + Vt TelMex 1.31e 689340'A-23-64 TenetHIt 70 3553 26 Terdyn 45 5348 32'A + 'A Texaco 3.4 12 X5414 104 'A —'A Texlnst .688218772 89!* +% TexUtll 2.1 10 7330 33% Thorlnd .1211 107 21'A —'A Tldwlr .6023 6828 39'A— 1 TimeWarn .36 7436 44'A —'A THillgr 19 5123 42'A + 2'A Tosco s .241 29 2836 28%— 1 ToyRU 1721420 29 + 'A TransHosp 25 3762 10 Transocn .2425 8195 58'A— 1% TrMMex .35e 6 3241 4% — % Trnnnlro e- C 1 R vl RH17 KA t IA TrlarcA 356 18% — '/. NoeslUI .25| 4462 8'A TrizecHhn .121 7299 22'A +% NorTel .60130 5306 73% + 1'A Trump 4453 9 +% NortrpG 1.616 3214 84% + 'A Tuppwre n .8813 3977 32ft — % Norwesl 1.216 5916 50'A + 'A Tycolnl .2025 7945 61'A + Vt Nucor .401 17 3643 50 ! ,i + % • U • U - NuevEn 18 4178 35'A + ft UAL s 1113830 71'A— 2'A Nynex 2.361811285 51% —'A LlSWest 2.141310924 34%—% • 0 - 0 • USWM 8212 17'A Oakleys 20 2959 10 —Vt IJSA Wste 26 4071 33'A +% Oakwoods .0414 3369 21 t% UST Inc 1.62(11 4075 26'A + 'A OcciPet 1.012 9672 21 K — 'A uSXMar .7614 4481 26« —'A OllcDpI 17 7222 14% + % USXUSS 1.00 8 3861 29 —Vt Olllcmxs 23 4696 12 S ,4 + 'A Unicom 1.607 7051 22'A + 'A Olsten .2814 3445 17 S ,4 uCarb .7511 5043 49% —'A OlymFn 6 5984 10% +% ijnPac s 1.7216 5071 63'A —'A Omncres .07138 2947 24 a t 'A up ac Rs .2018 2760 26!* — Vt Oryx 11 3723 20'A + 'A Unisys 5390 6 OutbdM ,10| 2968 13V. + Vi utdCosF .32 7 3377 18% —'A Owenslll 16 4368 27'A + 'A UHllhCr .032712084 47 S A— 1 •P-P- USAirway 619140 31%— 1 PECO 1.810 6469 19'A + 'A US Alrw pi 4.37 X4499 78'A— 3'A PGiECp 1.215 6376 24 US Filter s 47 6933 30% PNC 1.4813 5859 40% — » UnTech s 1.24(21 6377 75% + 'A PPG 1.32 14 2875 54'A + 'A Unocal .80 13 6444 38'A + 'A PSO Cap pi 2.00 3496 25 t 'A utIIICo 1.7612 795 26 PacllCp 1.08124501 19% — Vi -V-V- PalnWeb .6010 3116 35'A + r/. VF Cp 1.5215 2614 73'A + rA PallCp .5620 3904 23'A + 'A Valero .5227x4722 35'A + Vt ParkPar .1010 5780 33'A + 'A Vanstar 7 4950 7'A + 'A ParkDrl 2872 8 + 'A Verifne 32 9435 50ft + Vt PalrAHs 1.0521 4555 22'A +% yishay 1.49129 4306 25V, + 1'A Penney 2.14(21 3653 48'A +» vi vra 2114754 27% + 1% PepBoy .24120 3660 32 'A . w - W PepsiCo s .463653527 34'A WMX Tc .641519795 29% +% Plizer 1.363111540 96'A + 'A walMart .2712126604 28'A + Vi PharUp) 1.082237564 29% —'A WaldnRP 1.9322 3106 21'A — 'A PhilEnvg 3021 15% Walgreen .4828 4077 45% — '/. PhilMors 1.615x53020 39V. — V. W arnL 1.52135 6256 96'A— 1'A PhillplEI .85049 9494 54 'A + 1% Welder n 13963 11 'A PhilPel 1.36(14 8007 39 -% WelplHIl n 15 3819 42'A + 'A PllgAPr .83 3149 10 WellsF 5.223 2799262'A— 4% PitnyBw 1.620 3545 65'A + 1'A Wendys 2417 4804 20% —V. 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America Online, Com- puserve and Prodigy agreed to "clearly and prominently" disclose any obligation of customers to cancel service and to provide an easy way to cancel before automatically enrolling customers. In television ads, direct mailings and newspaper announcements, the three on-line services have vised free trial offers to attract new users. The FTC alleged customers weren't told they would be charged if they failed to, contact the service to cancel when the trial period ended. The agreement is subject to a 60-day period of public comment. It would: • Bar on-line services from misrepresenting their trial of; fers and disclose any obligation by the customer to cancel. • Require the services to obtain written authorization before beginning electronic charges and to notify customers in advance about such financial transfers. GM plant workers vote to strike By The Associated Press KANSAS CITY, Kan.— Union workers at General Motors Corp.'s Fairfax plant have voted to strike if a dispute over production levels cannot be settled. About 91 percent of those who voted Wednesday favored a strike, said Danny Mallett, bargaining chairman of United Auto Workers Local 31. More than 2,000 of the local's 3,500 members voted on the proposal. No strike date has been set. The plant produces the Pontiac Grand Prix and the Oldsmobile Cutlass. Supreme. Jim Russell, president of Local 31, said General Motors has in-'; creased the speed of the Fairfax assembly line without adding workers to the line. The union wants about 150 additional workers. GM has confirmed it is negotiating with the union on a local issue but has not discussed specifics: MARKETS KEY RATES Dally key rates from The New York Times Previous Year Thursday Day Ago 8.50 8.50 8.25 5.00 5.00 5.00 6.00 5.82 5.28 5.29 5.09 4.97 PRIME RATE DISCOUNT RATE FEDERAL FUNDS(x) 3-MO. TREAS. BILLS 6-MO, TREAS. BILLS 10-YR. TREAS. INF(xx) 10-YR. TREAS. NOTES 30-YR. TREAS. BONDS TELEPHONE BONDS MUNICIPAL BONDS(xxx) 5.54 3.59 6.67 6.91 7.98 5.88 5.29 3.56 6.71 6.95 8.00 5.89 5.13 N.A. 6.85 7.05 8.17 6.17 (x) Estimated dally average, source Telerate (xx) Realized dollar amount rises with inflation (xxx) Municipal Bond Index, The Bond Buyer Salomon Brothers and Telerate (or Treasury bellwether bonds, notes and bills. Slaughter steers: select and choice 2-3 1150-1200 Ib 68.00; few select with end choice 1175-1225 Ib 67.00. Dressed basis: pen select and choice 2-3 1250 Ib Hoi- steins, choice 105.00, select 98.00, hot weights delivered. ' Slaughter heifers: select and choice 2-3 1025-1050 Ib 67.00 to mostly 68.00, pen select wild end choice 1075 Ib 67.00. OMAHA LIVESTOCK Market quotations Thursday: Hogs: 400; barrows and gilts 1.25-1.50 lower; U,S.'1- 3s 230-260 Ibs. 58.00-58.50; sows steady; 350-700 Ibs. 47.50-52.50. Cattle and Calves: None. Sheep: None. CHICAGO UVESTOCK LOCAL GRAINS Thursday, May 1 Wheat Corn Mllo Beans Secular, Sallna $4.63 — $4.76 — Carglll, Sallna $4.65 — $4.78 $8.62 Continental, Sallna $4.63 — $4.78 — Farmway, Belolt $4.37 $2.64 $4.28 $8.42 DeBruce, Clay Ctr. $4.43 $2.65 $4.37 $8.42 Cooper, Colby $4.35 $2.64 $4.14 $8.20 Midland, Hays $4.36 — $4.27 — Decatur, Oberlln $4.32 $2.61 $4.04 — Agco, RUHell $4.34 — $4.30 — Farmers, Stockton N/A N/A N/A — CHICAGO GRAINS Futures trading Thursday on the Chicago Board of Trade: Open High Low Settle Chg. 5,000 bu minimum; cent* per bushel WHEAT May 422 424 414 414 —9 Jul 432 'A 435 424 425 —8'A Sep 438 'A 441 431 431 —7% Dec 449 451 441 441 'A —7% Mar 448 449 'A 442 442 'A —6 'A May 425 425 425 425 +5 Jul 388 389 388 389 — 1'A Dec 400 Jul 370 CORN May 294% 299% 294 'A 298 'A + 3 'A Jul 292 'A 298 'A 292 'A 296% + 3 'A Sep 279% 282'A 278% 281 t 1 'A Dec 275 Vt 278 'A 275 277V. +1% Mar 279% 282% 279% 282 + 1 'A May 286 + 1 Jul 288% 290 288 289 'A + 1 'A Doc 273 275 'A 273 274 'A Jul 285 + 1 'A Dec 265 OATS May 172 'A 173% 172 'A 172% + 'A Jul 165 'A 167 'A 165 'A 166 'A +1 Sep 163 'A 165 163 163 'A — 'A Dec 163 'A 165 163 'A 164V. + Vt Mar 167 167 'A 167 167 'A — 'A SOYBEANS May 887 897 879 880 Vt —9'A Jul 886 895 876 877 —10 Aug 860 869 861 851% —8'A Sep 767 775 762 'A 763 'A — 4 '/< Nov 696 704 695 696 —1'A Jan 702 'A 708 700 700 'A —1'A Mar 707'A 711 705 706 — 1'A May 705 —2'A Jul 713 715'A 708 710 +1 Nov 663 663 663 663 — 'A Jul 677 Futures trading Thursday on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange: Open High Low Settle Chg. CATTLE , 40,000 Ibs.; cents per Ib. Jun 64.75 65.35 64.70 65.22 -+'.47 Aug 64.70 65.32 64.70 65.20 +.50 Oct 68.62 69.00 68.60 68.95 +.32 Dec 70.30 70.70 70.27 70.52 .+ .20 Feb 70.95 71.22 70.95 71.02 +MO Apr 72.92 73.15 72.90 73.00 +.05 FEEDER CATTLE 50,000 Ibs.; cents per Ib. May 73.00 73.90 73.00 73.75 +.75 Aug 75.80 76.75 75.80 76.47 +.75 Sep 75.95 76.52 75.90 76.47 +.52 Oct 76.30 76.90 76.30 76.90 + ,70->> Nov 77.85 78.50 77.85 78.45 +.60- Jan 78.50 78.95 78.50 78.85 +.47^ Mar 78.40 78.50 78.25 78.25 +.15 Apr 78.30 78.40 78.15 78.15 +.32 HOGS 40,000 Ibs.; cents per Ib. Jun 83.80 85.20 83.62 84.95 j-1.40 1 '. Jul 84.70 85.60 84.70 85.40 +.92"> Aug 82.70 83.52 82.65 83.12 +.57 Oct 75.80 76.60 75.75 76.22 +.32 . Dec 72.92 73.47 72.90 73.37 -.V:4Srrj Feb 71.30 71.90 71.30 71.85 +.36 . Apr 67,60 67.92 67.60 67.92 +..35- Jun 72.60 72.90 72.60 72.87 + .27 Jul 71.30 71.35 71.25 71.35 +'.06 • Aug 67.85 67.85 67.70 67.70 Oct 63.50 GOLD Foreign - Hong Kong lale: $339.75 olt $1 .00; London morning fixing: $339.55 off $0.60; London afternoon fixing: $339.25 off $0.90; London late: $340.65 up $0.10;. ,\ Paris afternoon fixing: Closed for holiday; Frankfurt fix- • • Ing: Closed for holiday; Zurich late afternoon: Closed; tor holiday. Domestic - NY Handy 8, Harman: $339.25 off $0.90; NY Handy & Harman fabricated: $356.21 off $0.95; NY '• Engelhard: $340.48 off $0.90; NY Engelhard labricat- ' ed: $357.50 ofl $0.95; NY Merc, gold spot month close- ' Thu. $340.40 up $0.40; NY Republic Nalional Bank .4 • , p.m. Thu. $340.20 up $1 .00. . , , SlUER Handy & Harman silver Thursday $4.730, up $0.045; • Fabricated $5.203, up $0.049; The bullion price for aT >'.' ver earlier In London $4.6750 up $0.0125; Engelhard , $4.760, up $0.070; Fabricated $5.236, up $077; NY ' Merc silver spot month Thursday $4.724, up $0.077* > • , OIL Petroleum cash oriceslhursdav as comoared with KANSAS CITY GRAINS Wheat futures Thursday on the Kansas City Board of Trade: Open High Low Settle Chg. WHEAT 5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel May 458 459 453 457 Jul 454 456 448 450 —4% Sep 455'A 457 450 451 —4 Dec 461'A 463'A 456'A 457'A —3'A Wheat 31,666 bushels: 53/4 cents lower to 81/4 cents higher; No. 2 hard 4.651/4-4.801/2n; No. 3 4,541/4-4.791/2n; No. 2 red wheat 4.711/4-4.831/2n; No. 3 4.601/4-4.821/2n. Corn 0 bushels: unch to 23/4 cents higher; No. 2 white 3.10-3.15n; No. 2 yellow 2.861/4-2.941/2n; No. 3 2.661/4-2.931/2n. No. 2 milo 4.73-4.90n. No. 1 soybeans 8.79-B.94n. Hoppers 76.00-79.00. ST. JOSEPH LIVESTOCK Market quotations Thursday: Estimated slaughter hog receipts: 400. Compared to Wednesday barrows and gilts 50 cents lower; 1-3 230270 Ib 57.00-57.50; 2-3 270-290 Ib 55.50-56.50. Sows scarce. D006E CITY UVESTOCK Market quotations Thursday: Trade rather slow. Slaughter steers and heifers steady. Inquiry and demand moderate. Feedlots very current. Sales confirmed on 4,100 slaughter steers and 800 slaughter hellers thursday. For the week to date 101,000 head confirmed Including 11,700 head or about 12 percent previously contracted or formulated cattle. Sales FOB leedlol net weights after 4 percent shrink. Wednesday prices: ' Thur. We0. West Texas lntermed$ per bbl lob 19.93 20.18' From Staff and Wire Reports MAURE WEIGH! Auto - Home Insurance! Phone 827-2906 I ^J STOCKOUOTE HOTLINE Citmryim For quotes (delayed 15 minutes), entqr a ticker symbol using the table and press*. A-21 F-33 K-52 P-71 U-82 Z-03 B-22 G-41 L-53 Q-01 V-83 ;-12 C-23 H-42 M-61 R-72 W-91 ;-13 D-31 I-43 N-62 S-73 X-92 /-02 E-32 J-51 O-63 T-81 Y-93 -Kit

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