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B4 SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1997 THE SALINA JOURNAL T LABOR Dillons workers accept new four-year contract Money Cattle / Even Cargill sued over feed By The Associated Press HUTCHINSON — Employees in the delicatessen, seafood and meat departments at several Dillons stores voted to accept a new, four- year contract with the company. The contract affects 270 employees at stores in Wichita, Salina and El Dorado. About 150 to 170 workers are union members. Workers accepted the contract Thursday by a vote of 62 to 24. "Am I totally satisfied? No. There's some things I would have liked to seen better," said Frank DeRiso, president of United Food and Commercial Workers, District Local 2. "The question comes down to, in my opinion, is it worth a strike over another 10 or 15 cents or 25 cents? I don't think so." Under the contract, workers will receive: • A $l-an-hour pay raise over the next 36 months, with 25 cents of the increase effective this month. • A gradual elimination of a two-tiered wage system for meat cutters. Seafood and deli workers will continue to work under the two-tiered system. Those who were hired before Sept. 27, 1987, will work under one wage scale; workers starting after that date will work under another. • Aa cap on health insurance cost increases of 8 percent over three years. Under new terms, costs will rise, no more than $12 for any union member, DeRiso said. "We are pleased a satisfactory agreement was reached. ...All Dillons associates enjoy very attractive wages and benefits whether they are represented by a union or not," said Dillons spokesman Dennis Gaschler. FROM PAGE B1 "It recently came to our attention that there appeared to be some irregularities with some of our customers' feed accounts during the period from 1991 up until 1994 or early 1995. We immediately began an investigation of all the records during this period and did find that there were instances of billing customers for more product than they actually received. "This overbilling will be either credited to your account or if there is no balance owing, a check will be written for the amount of the overcharge. A Logan County farmer who asked that his name not be used said Collingwood kept its word. "I had no idea I was being shortchanged until this whole thing blew up," he said. "Collingwood made it right so I'm not complaining. I really couldn't care less about the whole thing at this point." "This overbilling will be either credited to your account or ...a check will be written." Lowell Downey Collingwood Grain president, in a letter to customers The forgery and theft charges stem from 14 checks issued to the elevator and allegedly endorsed and cashed by Schippers. They total about $8,000. • Weight loss In cattle The civil suits, which were filed several months before the criminal case, make additional claims, including that the feed ration being provided by the elevator caused weight loss in cattle, aborted calves and, in the case of farmer Carl Wilson, the death of several cows in his 75-head herd, which could no longer be used for his cow-calf operation. At issue is the amount of Ru- mensin, which enhances digestion, and Urea, a protein substitute, the cattle were given. Ru- mensin can work in reverse if too much is given, and Urea can be toxic at high doses, according to livestock experts. Wilson has asked for $262,930 in actual damages and left open the possibility of filing another claim for punitive damages. The Zerr family has listed more than $10 million in claims for actual damages, loss of reputation and other harm. Collingwood, in numerous filings by its attorney, Patrick Murphy of Goodland, has denied the allegations in the civil suits and asked to be dismissed as a defendant. It has named another grain NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE Name Dry. PE Vol. Lait Chg. • A • A ADT 10966 28% + % AGCO .0411 5141 26 +% AMR 10 7387 95'A+4Vi AT4T» 1.321052245 33% — % Aamess .13 419589 11% —'A AblLab 1.08(25 9988 61ft + ft AccuStll 29 7918 19'A + 1% AMD 15444 44 + '/! Aetna Inc .8021 3130 B9ft Ahmans .8829 4971 39'A + 1% 'Alrgas 22 5997 14'A + 'A iAirTouch 6512420 24ft —% AlaPC pIQ 1.84 3020 23%. Albertsn .64117 2984 33'A + >A Alcan .6019 5192 35 + ft AllegTeldy .64 20 4301 27'A + % Allegnc n .40 17 2888 23% + % AllenTel 25 3704 21'A + 1 'A AlnEnt 2965 1'A +'A AldSgnl 1.0420 4922 74 +1 Allstate .96114 5909 66 ! 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McHattan of Oakley, in a suit. Cargill supplied the Oakley elevator with its feed ingredients. Collingwood claims it provided the feed supplements to cattle producers based on recommendations from McHattan. Cargill was added to the civil suit filed by the Zerrs, but the company has been dropped from the class action claim. In addition, Collingwood claims many of the allegations apply to its predecessors and "were not done, if done at all, by Collingwood as it existed at that time." The Oakley Elevator Co. was merged in 1993 with Smoot Grain, a property of the Decatur, Ill.-based Archer-Daniels-Midland since 1971. The warehouse had been fully owned by Smoot since 1990. In 1995, Smoot merged with Collingwood Grain, another ADM property, and the Oakley elevator came under the ownership of Collingwood. Grand opening set for OfficeMax By The Journal Staff OfficeMax, the nation's third- largest retail office supply chain, will have a grand opening Sunday for its new store at Belmont Plaza. The store officially opened Thursday, but the grand opening was delayed to allow the store's staff to gain some experience, said store manager Todd Weatherd. • The llaU: The lists include local Merest stocks, wNch are boMlaced, and the da/6 most actively traded stocks. < Footnote: i - also extra or extras, b - annual rate plus stock dividend, c - liquklaling dividend I_ declared or paid In the past IZmontns.I- dedaredot paid alter a slock divkiend a split |- paid this year, dividend omitted, deferred or no action taken al last dividend meeting, k - declared or paid Ns year, an accumulative Issue with dividend* u arrears, n - Issued within the past 12 months, i - dectod or paid in the past 12 months plus stock dividend. I - split or slock dividend ol 25 percent or more *ith the past 25 weeks. I - pakt In slock In past 12 months plus stock dividend, vl - company in bankruptcy or receivership or taing reorganized under the bankruptcy act, or securities assumed by such companies, wd - when disliibuted. wl - when Issued, ww with warrants, xw - without warrants. I - Indicate! single ihare loUls ilther tjun hundreds. I _ means thai anyone buying this 'ex-dM- demf slock on the day In question wil ml receive the most IKMI Mknd. y _ Indicates single share totals tor ex-dividend slock. For the first seven days, the first 100 customers daily will be given a gift basket of office supplies. Customers also can enter a daily drawing to win a $200 fax machine; The store has 50 employees and is open 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. The store's phone number is 827-0021. MARKETS KEY RATES Daily key rales from The New York Times Prevlout Year Friday Day Ago 8.50 8.50 8.25 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.44 5.73 5.14 5.08 5.29 4.99 5.31 5.54 5.12 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) 3.58 6.63 7.94 5.87 3.59 6.67 6.91 7.98 5.BB N.A. 6.87 7.11 8.22 6.19 (x) Estimated dally average, source Telerate (xx) Realized dollar amount rises with Inflation (xxx) Municipal Bond Index, The Bond Buyer Salomon Brothers and Telerate for Treasury bellwether bonds, notes and bills. Ib 80.00-86.50 (84.01), 4 head 749 Ib 71.25, 4 head 810 Ib 70.25; large 2 Holstelns: 7 head 598 Ib 63.75, 750-800 Ib 58.25-59.25 (58.75), 6 head 801 Ib 60.00, 3 head 962 Ib 54.50. Feeder heifers (figures In parenthesis are weighted average prices) medium and large 1:350-400 Ib 74.0078.00 (75.60), 400-450 Ib 76.75-81.50 (79.01), 450-500 Ib 75.25-83.75 (78.46), 500-550 Ib 75.00-80.25 (76,41), 550-600 Ib 74.00-77.50 (75.96), 600-650 Ib 73.0075.75 (73.94), 650-700 Ib71.00-75.85 (72.79), 700-750 Ib 70.10-76.25 (71.38), 750-800 Ib 68.25-69.75 (69.01), 800-850 Ib 69.00-70.10 (69.82), 4 head 919 Ib 65.00, 7 head 1057 Ib 63.35; medium and large 1-2: 5 head 275 Ib 76.50, 8 head 351 Ib 71.50, 9 head 421 Ib 72.00, 550-600 Ib 72.25-73.00 (72.53), 650-700 Ib 67.5069.00 (68.27), 700-760 Ib 68.25; medium 1: 400-450 Ib 70.00-70.50(70.33). Baby calves: beef breeds, 70.00-200.00 (118.50) per head. Helferettes: 18 head 55.00-68.50 (62.50). Slaughter cows: boning utility and cutters 1-3, average dressing 36.00-42.50 (39.23); high dressing 43.5053.50 (46.20); low dressing 31.75-35.25 (33.27). 1. Slaughter bulls: yield grade 1-2; 43.25-49.00 (45.80). Friday, May 2 Wheat Corn Mllo Beans Secular, Salina $4.56 — $4.69 — Cargill, Salina $4.58 — $4.71 $8.71 Continental, Salina $4.56 — $4.71 — Farmway, Belolt $4.30 $2.60 $4.21 $8.50 DeBruce, Clay Ctr. $4.38 $2.61 $4.31 $8.51 Cooper, Colby $4.28 $2.61 $4.08 $8.26 Midland, Hays $4.32 — $4.19 — Decatur, Oberlln $4.25 $2.60 $3.96 — Agco, Russell $4.29 — $4.23 — Farmers, Stockton $4.26 $2.55 $4.10 — CHICAGO GRAINS Futures trading Friday on the Chicago Board of Trade: Open High Low Settle Chg. 5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel WHEAT May 411 412'A 406 406% — 7W Jul 422 426 416 4 1 6 'A — 8'A Sep 425 431 422 422 —8% Dec 437 'A 442 432 'A 433 —8'A Mar 439 439 434 434 — 8'A May • 408 —12 Jul 387 'A 387 'A 386 386 —3 Dec 398 —2 Jul 370 CORN May . 297 300% 294 'A 294 % —3% Jul 296 299 292 'A 292%. —4 Sep 280 'A 283% 278 278% —2% Dec 277 280 275 275 'A —1% Mar 281 'A 284 'A 280 280 '/4 —1% May 286 287 284 284 —2 Jul 290 291 287 'A 287% —1% Dec 274% 275 'A 272% 272 'A —2 Jul 285 Dec 265 OATS May 171% 175 171 'A 171% — 1 Vi Jul 165% 168 164 'A 164 'A -2 Sep 162'A 163'A 161 'A 161'A —2 Dec 163 165 162 162 —2% Mar 166 167 'A 165 'A 165 'A —2 SOYBEANS May 880 898 'A 880 887 'A +7% Jul 876 896 875 885 'A + 8 'A Aug 854 867 854 860 'A +8% Sep 767 771 'A 765 766 'A +3 Nov 696 705 694 'A 701 'A + 5 'A Jan 705 708 'A 704 'A 707 +6 'A Mar 710 712 710 712 +6 May 712+7 Jul 712 716 712 7 1 2 'A + 2 'A Nov 663 'A 667 663 'A 667 +4 Jul 683 'A +6 'A KANSAS CITY GRAINS Wheat futures Friday on the Kansas City Board of Trade: Opan High Low Sattlg Chg. WHEAT S.OOO- bu minimum; cents per bushel May 452 456'A 450 454% —2% Jul 446 447'A 441 'A 442'A — 7'A Sep 447'A 449'A 444 444 li — 6'A Dec 453 456 450Vi 462 '.i —5 Wheat bushels unavailable: B cents lower to 21/2 cents lower; No. 2 hard 4.59-4.72n; No. 3 4.48-4.71 n; No. 2 red wheat 4.23-4.75n; No. 3 4.12-4.74n. Corn bushels unavailable: unch to 1/2 cent higher; No. 2 white 3. 10-3. 15n; No. 2 yellow 2. 881/4-2. 95n; No. 3 2.6B1/4-2.S4n. No. 2mllo4.77-4.81n. No. 1 soybeans 8.721/2-8.951/2n. Hoppers 75.00-76.00. SAUNA WBEKLY UVESTOCK Market quotations from Thursday's sale al Farmers and Ranchers Livestock Market, SsJIna, as reported by the U.S. Department of Agriculture: Compared with last week: receipts 1 ,526; last week ST. JOSEPH UVESTOCK Market quotations Friday: Estimated slaughter hog receipts: 500. Compared to Thursday barrows and gilts 50 cents lower; 1-3 230270 Ib 56.50-57.00; 2-3 270-290 Ib 55.00-56.00. Sows no recent comparison; 1-2 300-500 Ib 48.00; 1-3 500550 Ib 49.00; 550-700 Ib 50.00-51 .00. DODGE CITY LIVESTOCK Trade slow. Few sales slaughter steers and heifers confirmed on 200 slaughter steers and 300 slaughter heifers Friday. This week's confirmed sales 105,200 head Including 12,500 head or about 12 percent previously contracted or formulated cattle. Sales FOB feedlot net weights after 4 percent shrink. Slaughter steers: few select and choice 2-3 1050 Ib 67.50-68.00. Slaughter heifers: few select and choice 2-3 .10501065 Ib 68.00. . ; OMAHA UVESTOCK Market quotations Friday: Hogs: 700; barrows and gilts steady to .50 lower; U.S. 1-3s 230-260 Ibs. 57.75-58.00; sows steady; 350-700 Ibs. 47.50-52.50. Cattle and Calves: None. Sheep: None. CHICAGO UVESTOCK Futures trading Friday on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange: Open High Low Settle Chg. CATTLE 40,000 Ibs.; cents per Ib. Jun 65.22 65.50 65.15 65.47 +.25 Aug 65.20 65.40 65.10 65.35 +.15 Oct 68.90 69.10 66.75 69.07 .12 Dec 70.50 70.77 70.50 70.75 .22 Fob 71.10 71.25 71.07 71.20 .17 Apr 73.00 73.22 73.00 73.22 .22 FEEDER CATTLE 50,000 Ibs.; cents per Ib. May 73.85 74.20 73.30 74.15 .40 Aug 76.60 76.80 76.05 76.65 .17 Sep 76.60 76.75 76.05 76.55 .07 Oct 76.85 77.05 76.50 76.95 .05 Nov 78.45 78.57 78.05 78.45 Jan 78.70 78.80 78.45 78.80 —.05 Mar 78.10 78.10 78.10 78.20 —.05 Apr 78.25 78.25 78.10 78.15 HOGS 40,000 Ibs.; cents per Ib. Jul 85.22 85.27 84.52 84.80 —.60 Aug 83.05 83.05 82.50 82.60 -.52 Oct 76.05 76.05 75.55 75.62 —.60 Dec 73.10 73.20 72.75 72.85 -.52 Fob 71,55 71.65 71,35 71.55 —.30 Apr 67.65 67.76 67.40 67.60 —.42 Jun 72.80 72.65 72.65 72.65 —.22 Jul 71.30 71.30 71.30 71.30 —.05 Aug 67.60 67.40 67.40 67.40 —.30 Oct 62.50 —1:00 GOLD Foreign - Hong Kong late: $340.15 up $0.40; London morning fixing: $339.80 up $0.55; London afternoon fixIng: $339.65 up $0.40; London late: $339.95 off $0.70; Paris afternoon fixing: $337.58 off $1.11; Frankfurt fixIng: $340.00 off $0.15; Zurich late afternoon: $339.65 off $0.35. Domestic • NY Handy & Harman: $339.65 up $0.40; Engelhard: $340.88 up $0.40; NY Engelhard fabricated: $357.92 up $0.42; NY Merc, gold spot month close Frl. $340.30 ON $0.10; NY Republic National Bank 4 p.m. Frl. $340.00 off $0.20. ' 2,811; last year 1,063. Feeder sleets 400-700 Ib steady to 1.00 higher, 700-950 Ib 2.00-4.00 higher. Feeder heifers 400-650 Ib 1.00-3.00 higher. Slaughter cows and bulls 2.00-3.00 higher. Trade active. Demand good. Receipts 56 percent (651) 600 Ib and over, 36 percent (576) 600 Ib and under, 6 percent (98) cows and bulls. Feeder steers (figures In parenthesis are weighted average prices) medium and large 1: 400-450 Ib 89.00102.00 (84.05), 450-600 Ib 67.00-85.00 (69.46), 500650 Ib 67.50-81.50 (88.71), 650-600 Ib 83.00-87.75 (84.05), 600-650 Ib 62.50-66.75 (85.81), 650-700 Ib 77.25-86.60 (81.34), .700-760 Ib 74.26-80.00 (76.50), 750-800 Ib 73.26-76.00 (75.14), 800-850 Ib 71.7575.10 (74.34), 650-800 Ib 71.75-73.35 (73.27), 900-850 Ib 69.60-71.50 (70.06), 850-1000 Ib 69.00; lull/fleshy: 650-700 Ib 74.00-74.50 (74.28); medium and large 1-2: 300-350 Ib 78.00-84.50 (62.36), 350-400 Ib 82.0065.00 (82.84), 450-500 Ib 60.00-64.00 (82.34), 500-550 Handy & Harman silver Friday $4.725, off $0.005; Fabricated $5.188, oft $0.006; The bullion price for silver earlier In London $4.7350 up $0.06; Engelhard $4.725, off $0.035; Fabricated $5.198, off $036; NY Merc silver spot month Thursday $4.724, up $0.077. OIL Petroleum cash prices Friday as compared with Thursday prices: Frl. Thu. West Texas Intemted $ po' U>l <°° ' 9.65 '8.93 From Staff and Wire Reports

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