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  1. From 1953 to 1955 , 9.8 billion Kent cigarettes with the filters were sold , the company said .
  2. But Mr. Barnum called that `` a worst-case '' scenario .
  3. Cray Computer has applied to trade on Nasdaq .
  4. All came from Cray Research .
  5. Mr. Stevens was executive vice president of this electric-utility holding company .
  6. He was previously president of the company 's Eastern Edison Co. unit .
  7. Previously he was vice president of Eastern Edison .
  8. He was previously vice president .
  9. It 's a shame their meeting never took place .
  10. But it resists yielding political ground .
  11. Mrs. Ward , for one , was relieved .
  12. It said the programs , largely game shows , will be provided by its E.C. Television unit along with Fremantle International , a producer and distributor of game shows of which it recently bought 49 % .
  13. The Treasury 's benchmark 30-year bond gained about a quarter of a point , or $ 2.50 for each $ 1,000 of face amount .
  14. Futures traders respond that low margins help keep their markets active .
  15. Ms. Haag plays Elianti .
  16. The luxury auto maker last year sold 1,214 cars in the U.S.
  17. BELL INDUSTRIES Inc. increased its quarterly to 10 cents from seven cents a share .
  18. The new rate will be payable Feb. 15 .
  19. A record date has n't been set .
  20. The proposed changes also would allow executives to report exercises of options later and less often .
  21. `` The SEC has historically paid obeisance to the ideal of a level playing field , '' wrote Clyde S. McGregor of Winnetka , Ill. , in one of the 92 letters the agency has received since the changes were proposed Aug. 17 .
  22. `` Apparently the commission did not really believe in this ideal . ''
  23. But about 25 % of the insiders , according to SEC figures , file their reports late .
  24. The SEC will probably vote on the proposal early next year , he said .
  25. The SEC 's Mr. Lane vehemently disputed those estimates .
  26. Some 4,300 institutions are part of the pension fund .
  27. Bach 's `` Air '' followed .
  28. Or was it because Ms. Collins had gone ?
  29. Is this the future of chamber music ?
  30. What 's next ?
  31. Ms. Waleson is a free-lance writer based in New York .
  32. We see an even stronger argument against UNESCO than its unsurprising failure to reform .
  33. The Babelists of the United Nations are experts at obfuscation .
  34. The gene thus can prevent a plant from fertilizing itself .
  35. The anthers in these plants are difficult to clip off .
  36. They attached a second gene , for herbicide resistance , to the pollen-inhibiting gene .
  37. The dispute shows clearly the global power of Japan 's financial titans .
  38. New Zealand 's finance minister , David Caygill , lashed out at such suggestions .
  39. The banks badly want to break into all aspects of the securities business .
  40. And their suspicions of each other run deep .
  41. As Yogi Berra might say , it 's deja vu all over again .
  42. `` My fastball is good .
  43. `` You ca n't give it up that easily , '' he says .
  44. `` I tried . ''
  45. He gave up seven hits , walked five and did n't get a decision .
  46. Arm troubles forced him back to the minors the next year .
  47. But the ballplayers disagree .
  48. Most are trim .
  49. So he adjusts .
  50. He no longer crowds the plate .
  51. Expect brushbacks but no beanballs , says Mr. McEnaney .
  52. And expect slower fastballs .
  53. Its maximum velocity is 72 mph .
  54. But he is n't worried .
  55. He has good control .
  56. Tuesday , October 31 , 1989
  57. MERRILL LYNCH READY ASSETS TRUST : 8.63 % .
  58. Output of goods-producing industries increased 0.1 % .
  59. Many investors certainly believe a bidding war is imminent .
  60. Indeed , the government is taking a calculated risk .
  61. Bradley A. Stertz in Detroit contributed to this article .
  62. The venture will be based in Indianapolis .
  63. Mr. Tomash will remain as a director emeritus .
  64. Mr. Rubendall could n't be reached .
  65. The index fell 109.85 Monday .
  66. Institutional investors mostly remained on the sidelines Tuesday .
  67. Sumitomo Realty & Development rose 40 to 2170 .
  68. Investor focus shifted quickly , traders said .
  69. No one wants stock on their books . ''
  70. Prices were mixed in Zurich and lower in Stockholm .
  71. Taipei was closed for a holiday .
  72. The index is intended to measure future economic performance .
  73. For longer-term CDs , yields were up .
  74. ( The condom balloon was denied official entry status this year . )
  75. ( I still say do n't look down .
  76. I 'm talking about landing in a canal .
  77. And neither can your pilot .
  78. Which makes the chase car necessary .
  79. When the balloon is cruising along at a steady altitude there is little sense of motion .
  80. We scuttled along for a few feet before he plunged us into the drink again .
  81. I looked at my watch .
  82. Ms. de Vries is a free-lance writer .
  83. A Fed spokesman denied Mr. LaFalce 's statement .
  84. The board increased by one to 26 members .
  85. In the past year , one inside director resigned , while three others retired .
  86. Defining combat aircraft is even tougher .
  87. Accounting problems raise more knotty issues .
  88. Saul Resnick
  89. Vice President
  90. Public Affairs
  91. Conrail
  92. The compromise was a somewhat softened version of what the White House had said it would accept .
  93. The Senate will probably vote not long afterward .
  94. Some Democrats thought they might have compromised too much .
  95. The company has been manufacturing carpet since 1967 .
  96. This measure had dropped sharply in August .
  97. Pilgrim had been closed for 32 months .
  98. Accepted bids ranged from 8.38 % to 8.395 % .
  99. Accepted bids ranged from 8 % to 8.019 % .
  100. It 's also unnecessary .
  101. His boss complained about neglect of other chores .
  102. Finally , he got help .
  103. Tymnet is a major network linking computers .
  104. He became angry in return .
  105. Mr. Melloan is deputy editor of the Journal .
  106. UNIFIRST Corp. declared a 2-for-1 stock split .
  107. The dividend had been five cents a share .
  108. The split will raise the number of shares outstanding to about 10.2 million .
  109. President
  110. The Reserve Fund
  111. Some of the allegations are simply bizarre .
  112. `` He 's sharp as a tack .
  113. He could grasp an issue with the blink of an eye . ''
  114. `` Nobody had the guts to complain . ''
  115. The judge , they say , was fiercely proud of his abilities and accomplishments .
  116. The inquiry soon focused on the judge .
  117. Later , the judge went a step farther .
  118. The judge wrote again .
  119. The bank acquiesced .
  120. Paul L. Kane , Laurel 's president at the time , quickly responded .
  121. It should be a scream .
  122. Virginia M.W. Gardiner
  123. Continental Cablevision Inc. --
  124. Beatrice Co. --
  125. The minimum coupon is 13 3/4 % .
  126. New Jersey Wastewater Treatment Trust --
  127. Matagorda County Navigation District No. 1 , Texas --
  128. Chugoku Electric Power Co . ( Japan ) --
  129. Okobank ( Finland ) --
  130. First , they are safe .
  131. Second , they are liquid .
  132. Third , they offer high yields .
  133. `` So they were surprised and very disappointed by prepayment . ''
  134. As a result , Japanese investors steered clear of the mortgage securities .
  135. But they did n't lose touch with the U.S. issuers .
  136. Does this corporation have a high-quality management team with a good track record ?
  137. The solution to this problem is a time-limited poison pill .
  138. Mr. Blair and Hees have been feuding for months .
  139. The Ontario Supreme Court overturned Mr. Blair 's decision .
  140. All the concerns are based in Toronto .
  141. He did not say what effect , if any , the $ 500,000 fine would have on the company 's earnings .
  142. Chivas Class is n't the first such promotion .
  143. Goya Concocts a Milk For Hispanic Tastes
  144. That compares with 3.5 % butterfat for whole milk .
  145. Jewelry Makers Copy Cosmetics Sales Ploys
  146. Jewelry displays in department stores were often cluttered and uninspired .
  147. And the merchandise was , well , fake .
  148. But there are limits .
  149. Their legacy lives on .
  150. Insiders say that not even their editors know for sure how much these show-piece publications , along with the newspapers , have cost Mr. Moon .
  151. So Mr. Moon is in retreat , refocusing on the Far East .
  152. Panda Motors is one such investment .
  153. NEW JERSEY MERGER :
  154. DRUG WARS :
  155. Some town-watching excursions were downright comic .
  156. Other trips were more productive .
  157. Later , Nissan borrowed other Honda practices , including an engineering `` idea contest '' to promote inventiveness .
  158. Nissan helped develop a Tokyo restaurant with both vehicles as its design theme .
  159. Nissan will introduce a completely revamped Sentra next fall .
  160. This was George Bush 's own idea .
  161. He dies .
  162. Or maybe the TV network would lose nothing .
  163. PENALTY OVERHAUL is still likely , congressional sources say .
  164. The group also seeks uniformity among states in provisions for taxpayers ' rights .
  165. HUGO FELLED vast timberlands .
  166. HE RODE HIS HOBBY , but he could n't milk it , the Tax Court says .
  167. Industry executives are wishing Mr. Achenbaum well .
  168. Cotton Inc . Campaign
  169. Frank Mingo Dies at 49
  170. Clients include Miller Brewing Co. and General Motors .
  171. Excerpts follow :
  172. They are already industrialized ... .
  173. It 's not a zero-sum game . ''
  174. My relationships with the British are totally different .
  175. They did themselves even more good .
  176. I mean it is a normal adult relationship .
  177. He ca n't .
  178. `` What is the way forward ?
  179. The trust will issue the certificates .
  180. Pressed on the matter , he is more specific .
  181. I do n't think that is the case . ''
  182. Plant operators are heartened by Mr. Ruffo 's pledge to cut corruption associated with the ruling party officials .
  183. Opinion is mixed over its three-month prospects .
  184. `` I ca n't really see it dropping far below 1.80 marks . ''
  185. West Germany will repeal the unpopular turnover tax on securities transactions as of Jan. 1 , 1991 , Economics Minister Helmut Haussmann said .
  186. These complex products require close monitoring because each must be valued separately in light of current market conditions .
  187. Not a lot was needed to be done .
  188. `` The security business is my favorite subject .
  189. I love this business , '' he says .
  190. American Brands `` just had a different approach , '' Mr. Wathen says .
  191. `` Their approach did n't work ; mine is .
  192. Officials for Temple declined to comment .
  193. But the higher mortgage ceiling is only the starter kit for what Senator Alan Cranston and Majority Leader George Mitchell have in mind for housing .
  194. But the FHA program is hemorrhaging bad loans .
  195. Gillette South Africa employs about 250 people .
  196. -- Marvin Alisky .
  197. Revenue gained 13 % to $ 77.3 million from $ 68.5 million .
  198. It is expected to report next summer .
  199. `` Consolidation has been long overdue .
  200. U.S. clearance also is needed for the proposed acquisition .
  201. Nekoosa is incorporated in Maine .
  202. The typical healthy heart beats 70 times a minute .
  203. Labor costs continued to rise more rapidly in service industries than in goods-producing industries , the report showed .
  204. The index rose 1.1 % in the second quarter .
  205. Bond prices also edged higher .
  206. Bond prices rose .
  207. The yield on the issue slipped to 7.91 % .
  208. The dollar gained against most foreign currencies .
  209. The Nasdaq Composite Index surged 4.26 , or about 0.94 % , to 455.63 .
  210. Intel was up 1 3/8 to 33 3/4 .
  211. Gen-Probe was another active takeover stock .
  212. That was another reason the Street loved Santa Fe .
  213. So what is Santa Fe worth ?
  214. And real estate usually has n't traded well under public ownership .
  215. Some analysts remain bullish .
  216. Santa Fe Pacific ( NYSE ; Symbol : SFX )
  217. Net loss : $ 46.5 million ; 30 cents a share
  218. Third quarter , Sept. 30 , 1989 :
  219. Commercial gene-splicing was born .
  220. Senate Democrats are to meet today to consider the GOP proposal .
  221. Volume totaled 11,820,000 shares .
  222. A simultaneous announcement was made in Moscow .
  223. It did n't work .
  224. `` We 've had dictation . ''
  225. The exchange should take a pro-active position . ''
  226. Health-insurance costs soared .
  227. Stocks : Volume 176,100,000 shares .
  228. Corporate bonds were unchanged .
  229. Treasury prices ended mixed in light trading .
  230. `` We were oversold and today we bounced back .
  231. GASB rules still apply for other government units .
  232. It valued the transaction at $ 800 million .
  233. Certainly , the Oct. 13 sell-off did n't settle any stomachs .
  234. But many of these stocks have now become expensive .
  235. But the two groups represent a further step in defensiveness .
  236. Mr. Stovall does n't expect an actual recession .
  237. Mark T. Kuiper Jersey City , N.J .
  238. The Fed 's action increases the volume of publicly registered securities that banks ' securities affiliates will be able to underwrite .
  239. Several other banks have similar applications pending .
  240. For some banks that 10 % ceiling created problems .
  241. She retains her duties of human-resources director .
  242. It 's Mike 's challenge as well . ''
  243. EMC manufactures data-storage systems for mainframes and minicomputers .
  244. `` We 'll raise it through bank loans .
  245. Jaguar ended 22 higher at 747 .
  246. Tokyu Department Store advanced 260 to 2410 .
  247. Share prices in Frankfurt closed narrowly mixed after listless and directionless trading .
  248. Most expect the decline in New York stock prices to continue this week .
  249. Investors welcomed the move .
  250. The debt ceiling is scheduled to fall to $ 2.8 trillion from $ 2.87 trillion at midnight tonight .
  251. Traders said most municipal bonds ended 1/2 point higher .
  252. Municipal Issues
  253. Seasonal Stackup
  254. Japan is a major target for the Soviets .
  255. Peter Gumbel in Moscow contributed to this article .
  256. It scared brokers , but most survived .
  257. Longer term , the impact is unclear .
  258. Electronic gimmicks are key .
  259. Of course , that is n't really the case .
  260. But even that goal may prove optimistic .
  261. There are die-hard bodies , of course .
  262. The flat report followed a four-month string of declines .
  263. Who ya gon na call ?
  264. `` You 'll have weird dreams , too . ''
  265. They do n't even give a nod to human sensibilities by celebrating Halloween .
  266. Mr. Baker heads the Kentucky Association of Science Educators and Skeptics .
  267. A foul-smelling demon supposedly plagued a house in Mannington , Ky .
  268. Mr. Baker promises to return if the haunting continues .
  269. `` Invariably , '' he says , `` eyewitnesses are untrustworthy . ''
  270. The magazine called in Mr. Hyman as a consultant .
  271. `` It happens . ''
  272. `` The suggestion itself may do the healing . ''
  273. But sometimes more energetic attacks are required .
  274. Two previous exorcisms have failed .
  275. Suddenly the woman begins swaying and then writhing .
  276. International copyright secured .
  277. Reprinted by permission .
  278. BROKERAGE HIRING languishes amid market turmoil .
  279. But survivors earn more .
  280. Illinois Company Investments had been trimming its ranks until last summer .
  281. THE IRS may taketh what the Labor Department giveth .
  282. But stay tuned .
  283. FIRST TEACH THYSELF .
  284. Some even study .
  285. Slowing economies in some areas limit student choice .
  286. Is somebody telling us something ?
  287. Who that winner will be is highly uncertain .
  288. The uncertainty is sending shivers through Brazilian financial markets .
  289. Debt-Burdened Doctors Seek Financial Security
  290. Related Roommates Trim Hospital Bills
  291. It also saves money .
  292. Edisto currently is the general partner of NRM .
  293. But the stock market swings have continued .
  294. In September 1988 , that level was 9.5 % .
  295. We keep wondering what Mr. Gates wanted to say .
  296. His election increases Ryder 's board to 14 members .
  297. `` How do you prove a negative ? ''
  298. I was shaking the whole time . ''
  299. Ten minutes later , it was done .
  300. Yale Jay Lubkin
  301. Owings , Md .
  302. The issue is far-reaching .
  303. Acadia Partners and the Bass Group declined to comment .
  304. COFFEE :
  305. Futures prices showed modest changes in light trading volume .
  306. A final ratings tally from A.C. Nielsen Co. is due today .
  307. But interest instead decreased .
  308. Bond prices crept higher .
  309. The yield on the issue slipped to 7.92 % .
  310. `` Productivity in Japanese offices is relatively low . ''
  311. Some machines make charts for presentations .
  312. Others analyze the data .
  313. In Japan , about 1 % are linked .
  314. That is the state of Japan 's computer industry .
  315. Meanwhile , the big players have n't tried to copy the NEC standard .
  316. But the market is changing .
  317. Critics also say American companies charge too much .
  318. But the U.S. companies are redoubling their efforts .
  319. `` But it 's an enormous business opportunity .
  320. Timing is of the essence with RU-486 .
  321. But there are no scientific data on this question .
  322. Mrs. Allen is a senior editor of Insight magazine .
  323. The result ?
  324. What does this mean for trade policy ?
  325. Mr. Freeman is an executive vice president of American Express .
  326. A spokesman for the buy-out group was n't immediately available for comment .
  327. Wall Street continued to buckle under the public outcry against computer-driven program trading .
  328. The idea is to lock in profits from short-term swings in volatile markets .
  329. `` Our decision had nothing to do with any pressure Mr. Welch received , '' Mr. Carpenter said .
  330. Craig Torres and Anne Newman contributed to this article .
  331. Officials at the University of Virginia Art Museum certainly would agree .
  332. Their museum had purchased an Attic black-figured column krater and shipped it from London .
  333. No charges were brought against her .
  334. Mazda makes the Tracer for Ford .
  335. They said the problems are n't safety related .
  336. The commercial was absolutely silent .
  337. Call it disaster marketing .
  338. `` What did we get out of it ?
  339. We do n't consider that ambulance chasing . ''
  340. TV GUIDE :
  341. NO ALCOHOL :
  342. RADIO :
  343. The accident was caused by faulty operation of a valve .
  344. Court in Brief
  345. It could point to plenty of ailments that the Spanish economic rejuvenation so far has failed to cure .
  346. A 14 % inflation rate dropped below 5 % .
  347. Now he can go further .
  348. MERRILL LYNCH READY ASSETS TRUST : 8.70 % .
  349. `` It made our New Year , '' says Mr. Quinlan .
  350. They have about seven candidates .
  351. Occasionally , gross chromosome damage was visible .
  352. The finding riveted medicine .
  353. It was an audacious claim .
  354. Gradually , a coherent picture of cancer development emerged .
  355. Their report galvanized other molecular biologists .
  356. Still , caution is advisable .
  357. Many analysts question management 's credibility .
  358. They are buying an operation that is running well . ''
  359. Quebecor will own 57.5 % of the new subsidiary .
  360. In London trading yesterday , Maxwell Communication shares rose nine pence , to 216 pence ( $ 3.41 ) .
  361. The bill is expected to pass in Congress next month .
  362. Judge Hancock did n't return phone calls .
  363. DPC said it could n't comment on the suit .
  364. New York City --
  365. Beneficial Corp. --
  366. Rochester Community Savings Bank --
  367. South Australian Government Finance Authority ( agency ) --
  368. Navigation Mixte holds the remaining 50 % .
  369. Joanne Lipman contributed to this article .
  370. The dollar rose against the Swiss and French francs .
  371. The laws take effect next month .
  372. Drug companies lost a major liability case .
  373. It 's a kind of an investment . ''
  374. The system could be used in a fire or earthquake to locate problems , among other things .
  375. L.H. Blum Beaumont , Texas
  376. Carl Banerian Jr . Birmingham , Mich .
  377. He could not be reached for comment .
  378. Mr. Bakes previously had a turn at running Continental .
  379. He succeeds Alvin A. McCall in the position .
  380. Mr. McCall will remain chairman .
  381. He will remain chairman .
  382. The Arabs had merely oil .
  383. In April , the psyllium bandwagon got more crowded .
  384. But there 's a catch .
  385. And the world could experience its first psyllium shortage .
  386. Others were more cautious .
  387. After taking into account the fallout from the China crisis , the government has projected 1989 GDP growth of 5 % .
  388. One concerns Japanese investors .
  389. Officials at Mellon Capital were unavailable for comment .
  390. As for the women , they 're pathetic .
  391. Starting tomorrow , I 'm stalking you .
  392. Surely the question is obvious .
  393. He added that final guidelines to be published in early November will determine whether the bank is in compliance .
  394. Is he a victim of Gramm-Rudman cuts ?
  395. TransCanada transports all gas that moves eastward from Alberta .
  396. Brooks Brothers is also remodeling its stores .
  397. Goldman , Sachs & Co. is the underwriter .
  398. The two sides have been far apart on how much Herbert Hunt will continue to owe the government after his assets are sold .
  399. Mr. Strieber knows a lot about aliens .
  400. The transaction is expected to close around year end .
  401. Wells Rich 's New Partner
  402. The conversion price is $ 9.58 a share .
  403. Macy acquired those three businesses in May 1988 .
  404. The $ 833.6 million figures includes the new acquisitions .
  405. These are curious times in South African politics .
  406. The ball he hit was n't a strike .
  407. Stewart 's honor was a nice note on a couple of grounds .
  408. In peak periods that load may include 4,000 pieces .
  409. There is a small Renoir on the wall .
  410. `` I bought from willing shareholders . ''
  411. And he has worked to shed his raider image .
  412. I want them to stand alone .
  413. Hewlett-Packard is based in Palo Alto , Calif .
  414. Boeing has said repeatedly it wo n't expand its offer and the machinists have responded that the offer is n't good enough .
  415. The two sides had n't met since Oct. 18 .
  416. This is the commercial version .
  417. Mr. Shilling understands Mr. Straszheim 's problems .
  418. His approach to the recantation is direct but low-key .
  419. It has n't made merger overtures to the board .
  420. Behind the silly posturing lies a real dispute .
  421. This put Mrs. Thatcher in a bind .
  422. The reason is simple .
  423. It was the smallest monthly increase in a year .
  424. Many economists expect the weakness to continue .
  425. The agreement is subject to government approval .
  426. He would n't elaborate .
  427. Utilities management is a major commercial niche .
  428. `` Absolutely , '' he said .
  429. W. Brown Morton Jr . Warsaw , Va .
  430. A major goal is to cut the working week to 35 hours from the present 37 .
  431. Venice has sunk 10 inches in this century .
  432. You can take them with you . ''
  433. The matter may never even be tried in court .
  434. Federal revenues rose 9 % to $ 990.79 billion .
  435. But analysts say Sansui is a special case .
  436. Joann S. Lublin in London contributed to this article .
  437. McCaw 's bid also has a similar clause .
  438. We 're surprised .
  439. Indeed , McCaw seemed to hint at that option in a brief statement .
  440. The S&P 500 is often used in arbitrage strategies .
  441. This gap eventually closes , but slowly .
  442. Kirschner Medical fell 4 to 15 .
  443. The DAX dropped 19.69 points Friday to 1462.93 .
  444. Source : Morgan Stanley Capital Intl .
  445. It was considered South Africa 's largest opposition rally .
  446. Ortega cited renewed attacks by the U.S.backed rebels .
  447. The Socialists held 184 seats going into the balloting .
  448. The company says sales have soared .
  449. Unilever already has experienced some disappointment .
  450. The senators responded in kind .
  451. There still are some details to be nailed down .
  452. `` What is the mission of the financial community --
  453. `` Their powerful members manage them . ''
  454. `` They wo n't fight the listed companies .
  455. That may be the last thing she needs .
  456. Analysts expect further jitters this week .
  457. That would leave Mrs. Thatcher little room for maneuver .
  458. It 's an unrealistic expectation .
  459. He succeeds the retiring James W. Wilcock .
  460. Base Data
  461. Curdling Confession
  462. -- Ralph Shaffer .
  463. Nursing Home Patients Apt to Be Private Payers
  464. Reagan Era Young Hold Liberal Views
  465. Why had Mr. Korotich been called ?
  466. The government is nervous .
  467. Censorship is n't a Marxist invention .
  468. What is that point ?
  469. The administration 's concerns are understandable .
  470. But such caution is no guarantee against mistakes .
  471. MERRILL LYNCH READY ASSETS TRUST : 8.65 % .
  472. The date was misstated in Friday 's edition .
  473. Mr. Carpenter denies the speculation .
  474. He also improved the firm 's compliance procedures for trading .
  475. Franklin is a closed-end management investment company .
  476. `` It puts this president in the legislative business , '' he declares .
  477. This has n't been Kellogg Co. 's year .
  478. The year was misstated in Friday 's editions .
  479. The deficit was 466 billion lire in August .
  480. The rest is listed on Spanish stock exchanges .
  481. PILING ON ?
  482. No employee or vendor would be involved .
  483. And prosecutors declined to comment .
  484. Mr. Horton oversaw Gulf Power 's governmental-affairs efforts .
  485. Senator Byrd is chairman of the Appropriations Committee .
  486. Tell us about the HUD scandals .
  487. No non-competitive tenders will be accepted .
  488. Friday brings the final count on October auto sales .
  489. $ 675,400,000 .
  490. $ 1,048,500,000 .
  491. $ 588,350,000 .
  492. In Bombay stock market circles , the buzzword is `` mega . ''
  493. `` They 're going to have mega-problems . ''
  494. So far , the mega-issues are a hit with investors .
  495. `` Disclosures are very poor in India . ''
  496. The government insists that such a possibility is low .
  497. Trading volume was a moderately heavy 3.1 million shares .
  498. I 'm OK . ''
  499. I got my feet on the floor .
  500. Two feet .
  501. He listens impassively .
  502. Do n't worry . ''
  503. Abbie lies back and leaves the frame empty .
  504. ABC News has similarly branched out into entertainment gimmickry .
  505. The stars do that themselves . )
  506. CBS News sends scripts to agents , who pass them along to clients .
  507. I think re-enactments stink . ''
  508. Never . ''
  509. The council plans to release its regional reports monthly .
  510. No individuals were charged in the indictment .
  511. Mr. Bush returned to Washington Saturday night .
  512. The transaction will take place tomorrow .
  513. Mr. Thompson will have to face some of the consequences of those subpoenas .
  514. Looking ahead to commodity markets this week :
  515. Grains And Soybeans
  516. Paper companies concede that business has been off recently .
  517. But they attribute much of the weakness to customer inventory reductions .
  518. Wall Street is n't avoiding everything connected with paper .
  519. In other markets :
  520. But weak car sales raise questions about future demand from the auto sector .
  521. Scientists felt differently .
  522. Businessmen took their cue from the engineers .
  523. The liquor industry went metric 10 years ago .
  524. Advertisers are showing interest .
  525. Whittle is spending $ 150 million initially to launch the network .
  526. $ 2 billion of 51-day cash management bills .
  527. Brown & Sons Inc .
  528. Octel said the purchase was expected .
  529. That accord also called for Hewlett-Packard to buy 730,070 Octel shares in the open market within 18 months .
  530. But that 's not the only problem for stocks .
  531. `` It depends on what happens .
  532. Gold mining stocks traded on the American Stock Exchange also showed strength .
  533. Other temperature data show similar unexplained swings .
  534. Its Houston work force now totals 230 .
  535. Denton Harris
  536. Metro Bank
  537. Leslie Falls Humphries
  538. Eugene S. Clarke IV
  539. Hollandale , Miss .
  540. Dee Ann Wilson
  541. A mix of CDs and other holdings may make the most sense .
  542. SHORT-TERM MUNICIPALS :
  543. Some current rates exceed those on CDs .
  544. MONEY MARKET FUNDS :
  545. Compare the past eight five-year plans with actual appropriations .
  546. These people have different agendas .
  547. Step 1 cleans up our books .
  548. This reduces the baseline by $ 229 billion .
  549. It reduces the baseline by $ 169 billion .
  550. A strategic review is fundamentally different .
  551. You depict the bill as something Democratic leaders `` hoodwinked '' the administration into endorsing .
  552. Sandra Swift Parrino
  553. Rally officials were n't available to comment late yesterday .
  554. DPC holds about 7.8 % of Dataproducts ' shares .
  555. The field is currently being developed and is slated to start production by the end of the year .
  556. Tenneco Credit is a unit of Tenneco Inc .
  557. Pricing terms were n't available .
  558. Fees 1 1/2 .
  559. Thereafter , interest paid annually at 7.65 % .
  560. Guarantee by Credit Suisse .
  561. Vincent Jolivet Kenmore , Wash .
  562. Prices fell marginally for fuel and electricity .
  563. Pershare net fell to 4.97 yen from 5.40 yen .
  564. Sales for electric wires and cables rose 13.2 % to 153.93 billion yen .
  565. The increase follows a monthly rise of 0.2 % in September from August .
  566. Brockville is about 100 miles east of Toronto .
  567. London had some problems , too .
  568. Some dealers say other traders were n't picking up their phones .
  569. But by that time , many big institutions had switched business to London .
  570. Sam Ramirez and his men are late .
  571. What happened ?
  572. Mitchell will get a half-interest in the oil .
  573. For most field workers , it 's about time .
  574. But it wo n't be a boom again .
  575. Global offshore-rig use shows a similar upward trend .
  576. Price : $ 4.50 ) .
  577. I sense that it 's going to continue to grow .
  578. The defendants could n't immediately be reached for comment .
  579. This means the returns can vary a great deal .
  580. His appointment expands the board to 13 members .
  581. California Thefts Make Travel Agents Jittery
  582. `` They have the most sophisticated computers in the world , '' says Mr. LLerena .
  583. Flight Attendants Lag Before Jets Even Land
  584. Unfortunately , the toxin is also poisonous .
  585. No one was named to succeed Mr. Hartwell .
  586. The family 's long absence is understandable .
  587. The return of the Rothschilds is modest .
  588. The Paris bank does n't publish that figure .
  589. `` It is n't investing . ''
  590. But stock-index futures have plenty of support .
  591. He would n't specify what it was .
  592. Mr. Redford no longer stands out as an extremist .
  593. Sammye Meadows Sam Rushforth Gary Bryner Heber City , Utah
  594. An excellent environmental actor he is .
  595. Ron Dyer
  596. Lawmakers in both houses support the higher level .
  597. They lied to me on the recruiting trip .
  598. -- Freshman basketball player .
  599. -- Freshman football player .
  600. -- Junior football player .
  601. -- Sophomore basketball player .
  602. -- Graduate-student football player .
  603. If they wo n't change their ways voluntarily , maybe somebody bigger -- Congress -- should make them .
  604. They want late-night shuttles to the biology labs .
  605. They want a 24-hour library .
  606. A closing date has n't been set .
  607. Crestmont is conducting a search for a chief executive .
  608. Environmental concerns are beginning to have as much influence in oil-industry spending plans as the price of crude does .
  609. Over the years , the world 's stream of oil has been growing heavier .
  610. AGIP already has an oil stake in Libya .
  611. Some forms of private property would be sanctioned .
  612. -- FINANCES .
  613. -- LABOR .
  614. -- FOREIGN TRADE .
  615. Foreigners would receive greater incentives to invest in the U.S.S.R.
  616. -- John Drybred .
  617. She had an idea .
  618. The papers would be handed over at a bank of telephone booths just off Exit 10 .
  619. They talked of the home run .
  620. `` Real heroes exist .
  621. Southam Inc. said its unprofitable weekly newspaper , The Financial Times of Canada , is up for sale .
  622. Rents have soared along with house prices .
  623. This is New York City .
  624. But city officials say tax revenues are lagging .
  625. `` It is a feel-good candidacy . ''
  626. `` We know there are potholes for the city out there , '' says Mr. Paterson , Mr. Dinkins 's former law partner .
  627. They do n't flinch at writing them .
  628. Now she says she 's thinking of contacting her own insurance agent .
  629. AT&T applauded the FCC 's actions .
  630. `` The resignation came as a great surprise . ''
  631. The close was the highest since August 3 .
  632. He 's a rare Democratic hawk .
  633. `` They allowed this country to be credible .
  634. But in 1989 most senators have other ideas .
  635. So the administration dropped it .
  636. `` Why was containment so successful ?
  637. `` He would , '' agrees the chairman .
  638. The outlook for corporate earnings is fairly bleak .
  639. What am I doing in Jackson Hole ?
  640. Not a great deal .
  641. Qintex Australia is a unit of Qintex Ltd .
  642. Unable to stop his accelerating descent , he crashes .
  643. The foreign-exchange and government securities markets are vastly larger .
  644. Andy Zipser in Dallas contributed to this article .
  645. The other element includes consolidating BethForge 's press-forge operations .
  646. How did this happen ?
  647. I see Congress as a last resort . ''
  648. All foreign markets are aggressively courting U.S. business .
  649. The Senate bill contains many provisions that will increase the costs of trading .
  650. This untried concept would expose these firms to potentially astronomical punitive damages .
  651. A consequence of their departure could be a serious diminution of market liquidity .
  652. Phoenix declined to comment .
  653. In this case , the Members outdid themselves .
  654. They do n't even want to talk to you .
  655. Imports of goods and services soared , while exports were flat .
  656. But it will slow production . ''
  657. The record date is Nov. 9 .
  658. Mr. Salvatori should know .
  659. He 's had other brushes with the law .
  660. Revenue doubled from two years ago .
  661. He also owns courses in the U.S. and France .
  662. The gruff financier recently started socializing in upper-class circles .
  663. He also leads an opulent life style .
  664. He co-founded the company with Grant Tinker and Mary Tyler Moore in 1969 .
  665. In yesterday 's report , First Interstate said its bank in Texas also reported a loss of $ 23.5 million for the quarter .
  666. He speaks only in Filipino .
  667. There 's also resentment .
  668. Other opponents of Filipino come from non-Tagalog regions .
  669. Mrs. Brown calls the modern-day cultural ambivalence to Filipino a `` language schizophrenia . ''
  670. The issue has been simmering for years .
  671. It does n't take much to provoke an intense debate .
  672. It is shown weekdays on two of the country 's five networks .
  673. But advertising revenue is inadequate .
  674. Acting sometimes falls flat .
  675. Dick Darman , call your office .
  676. Line-item veto .
  677. The zero-coupon subordinated notes have no periodic interest payments .
  678. Glenn Hall contributed to this article .
  679. DSP makes electronic instrumentation and data acquisition systems .
  680. `` We have the money to buy .
  681. Tokyu , however , said no agreement had been reached .
  682. `` But it looks tough . ''
  683. Marcus W. Brauchli contributed to this article .
  684. Compiled by William Mathewson
  685. The Vatican was in the red last year .
  686. All other countries registered support below 50 % .
  687. But attendance is down from previous years .
  688. Long-term Treasury bonds ended slightly higher .
  689. The bond market was unmoved by the economic statistics .
  690. Yield on the issue was 7.88 % .
  691. `` Read my lips , '' said Mr. Smith .
  692. Sales were flat at $ 7.88 billion .
  693. Republicans countered that long-range revenue estimates were unreliable .
  694. Beatrice E. Garcia in Philadelphia contributed to this article .
  695. Mr. Deaver has reopened a public-relations business .
  696. Pretend Nothing Happened
  697. Atone
  698. He sees a psychoanalyst five mornings a week .
  699. My universe has changed .
  700. Do n't Linger
  701. Dan Rather served as emcee .
  702. What accounts for the difference ?
  703. `` Conservatives shoot their own , '' he says .
  704. Become a Lobbyist
  705. Misery Loves Company
  706. `` He reassured me that the hurricane would end , '' Mr. Deaver recalls .
  707. Viroqua serves about 3,000 access lines in western Wisconsin .
  708. Inventories fell 0.3 % in August .
  709. Two segments posted lower earnings for the quarter .
  710. Both moves are effective today .
  711. The French analysis goes further .
  712. Kyle manufactures electronic components .
  713. It has three U.S. branches .
  714. Other firms `` are dealing with the masses .
  715. He previously held similar responsibilities .
  716. Sun also reported a record backlog of orders .
  717. `` But he may not have a choice . ''
  718. Sentences have been stiff .
  719. Pension reform was its main thrust .
  720. IRAs were like stepchildren there .
  721. The IRA 's conception is murky .
  722. Ira , himself , confirms this account .
  723. Times have changed .
  724. The dollar is still highly volatile .
  725. Mr. Carter is a political commentator who heads a television production firm .
  726. Cineplex shareholders responded coolly to yesterday 's announcement .
  727. Terms of the accord were n't disclosed .
  728. The case went on appeal to the Second Circuit .
  729. This case realizes that concern . ''
  730. Again , no such statement appears on the tapes .
  731. The historical profession will survive these decisions .
  732. Perhaps in time the Supreme Court will correct them .
  733. The appointments are effective Nov. 1 .
  734. Meanwhile , net at GM 's finance arm , General Motors Acceptance Corp. , fell 3.1 % .
  735. That offer was endorsed by the shareholders committee .
  736. Northeast Utilities ' plan proposes 5.5 % annual increases .
  737. United Illuminating also amended its rate plan .
  738. But the lack of lines became painfully apparent .
  739. Congressmen raised the issue yesterday at a hearing .
  740. The highlight : a `` fragrance control system . ''
  741. Welcome to the 28th Tokyo Motor Show .
  742. New Technology
  743. Among other changes , the White House wants to :
  744. Stock prices slipped lower in moderate trading .
  745. Bond prices inched higher .
  746. The yield on the issue stood at 7.88 % .
  747. The dollar was virtually unchanged .
  748. The value of the company has changed . ''
  749. `` The coin is their problem . ''
  750. A big solitary bear .
  751. Two hunters in the forest .
  752. Video Tip :
  753. Westinghouse expects to meet its corporate goals despite a softening in the economy .
  754. The stakes in the controversy are large .
  755. The predictions of doom are `` premature , '' she says .
  756. The damage is already done .
  757. Has the San Francisco earthquake caused you to forget Hugo ?
  758. Mr. Merksamer is leading the buy-out .
  759. The Merksamer bankruptcy-law filing appears to supersede that agreement .
  760. Now it 's on the fence .
  761. Yesterday , PaineWebber declined comment .
  762. At the time , the Dow Jones Industrial Average stood at about 2200 .
  763. The computer 's miscalculation has been painful for Renaissance .
  764. Mr. Evans resigned .
  765. Last week the company indicated it would cut back on the working capital it would supply to Qintex Entertainment .
  766. Daniel Brigham
  767. Visa U.S.A. Inc .
  768. Construction is set to begin in early 1991 .
  769. Assets soared $ 4.5 billion in the previous week .
  770. The fallout for investors lately has been painful .
  771. Consider the New America High Income Fund .
  772. Yet some funds have pulled in their horns .
  773. After that , the layout had been easy .
  774. ( Lindens need about 36 feet . )
  775. California State University
  776. Fullerton , Calif .
  777. MERRILL LYNCH READY ASSETS TRUST : 8.62 % .
  778. The measure is expected to move through this Congress .
  779. Motorola is in good company .
  780. ACQUISITION :
  781. HOLIDAY ADS :
  782. He called the battle `` uphill . ''
  783. Reina Berner
  784. Executive Director
  785. Las Vegas has seen nothing quite like it before .
  786. Where 's this huge amount of investment capital coming from ?
  787. The company 's Excalibur will also appeal to families , of course .
  788. ARTICLE I , SECTION 7 , CLAUSE 2 :
  789. Office Market Weakens In Overbuilt Northeast
  790. Housing Developers Try Brand-Name Buildings
  791. HEALTH CLUBS gear up for a graying clientele .
  792. The distributor is R.R. Bowker , New York .
  793. The offering is Fannie Mae 's Series 1989-88 .
  794. `` Campeau has too much debt . ''
  795. What that will mean for manufacturers is anybody 's guess . ''
  796. This limits his financial exposure , he says .
  797. X-rays have problems , too .
  798. The system also provides course-correction advisories .
  799. He could n't be reached for comment .
  800. Investors and analysts applauded the news .
  801. Sales were C$ 4.2 billion compared with C$ 3.7 billion .
  802. He said all three non-food operations are profitable .
  803. Mr. Roy could n't be reached .
  804. Estimated volume was a light 1.7 million ounces .
  805. Lawrence Insurance underwrites mostly primary insurance , a company spokesman said .
  806. Their opposition helped scare off some Japanese banks .
  807. `` The pilots wo n't let them .
  808. Tokyo 's Nikkei index fell 84.15 points to 35442.40 .
  809. Trading was active .
  810. NTT lost 30,000 yen to 1,380,000 yen ( $ 9,756 ) .
  811. Toyota Motor fell 40 to 2,680 .
  812. It has not , however , made a formal proposal .
  813. Drexel is owed $ 20 million by the partnership .
  814. Estimates suggest October 's figure may be even higher .
  815. An announcement is more likely next week , though .
  816. Blue-chip consumer stocks also provided a lift to the industrial average .
  817. Other airline stocks were mixed .
  818. Also , the company posted improved third-quarter earnings .
  819. Japanese companies have a caveat competitor attitude .
  820. Mothers of young AIDS patients expressed somber satisfaction .
  821. Similar sentiments were voiced on Capitol Hill .
  822. Campeau declined to comment .
  823. Also , Chairman Pierre Lortie resigned .
  824. Stocks : Volume 155,650,000 shares .
  825. The action will establish a two-tier exchange rate .
  826. The final package is expected to be announced within the next week .
  827. We do n't think this will affect that . ''
  828. William Coors is their uncle .
  829. `` We wo n't comment on them . ''
  830. But it 's in very early stages still . ''
  831. The TW buy-out may yet be financed .
  832. Banks may contribute more senior debt .
  833. TW Services
  834. Revenue : $ 3.57 billion
  835. Average daily trading volume : 179,032 shares
  836. The London Times said she had `` contravened protocol . ''
  837. Follow With Care
  838. -- Edward F. Dempsey .
  839. -- Sam Ewing .
  840. The 1988 results included a one-time gain .
  841. Dick Pound , a committee member , began by disclosing that ABC and NBC had refused to even bid .
  842. And they 've bought one . ''
  843. Mr. Pilson is an unlikely big spender .
  844. `` Our competitors say we overbid them .
  845. Who cares ?
  846. Mr. Pilson 's `` Major Events '' strategy jelled after Mr. Tisch took over .
  847. That started the still-raging bidding wars .
  848. That is n't surprising .
  849. It belly-flopped anyway .
  850. Even the boon to affiliate relations may be limited .
  851. And avoiding such losses will take a monumental effort .
  852. Price : $ 265 million .
  853. I would tend to trust their judgment . ''
  854. Then , he answers his own question .
  855. That 's the only question we need to address .
  856. Bosses have big ears these days .
  857. Eavesdropping by individuals is harder to measure .
  858. Two bills in Congress hope to make such restrictions national .
  859. The electronics industry is closely following the Dellums bill .
  860. Issues discussed in this context were an increase in the minimum wage and an increase in child-care spending .
  861. The president was said to have been noncommittal .
  862. AT&T predicted strong growth in demand for such products .
  863. `` We 're settling down to a less active period . ''
  864. From the parts of the transcript read by Mr. Lang , it was unclear what exactly Mr. Lorin feared might happen .
  865. American Home Products Corp. proposes to acquire the company .
  866. None of the officials was available for comment .
  867. `` TPA sales are down quarter to quarter .
  868. Revenue was flat at $ 1.3 billion .
  869. That group includes banks and bondholders , who have claims of $ 150 million and $ 350 million respectively .
  870. Accepted bids ranged from 8.328 % to 8.347 % .
  871. The program expires April 27 .
  872. The board increased to 11 seats .
  873. Paul A. Herbig Indiana University Bloomington , Ind .
  874. Analysts had mixed responses to the results .
  875. Now , it 's Mr. Icahn 's move .
  876. But the short-term outlook is so-so .
  877. Westinghouse Electric Corp. said it will buy Shaw-Walker Co .
  878. Some supporters of Israel say U.S. policy on Palestinian terrorism is colored by an intense desire to maintain the dialogue with the PLO .
  879. Paul Padget
  880. Without the increase in defense bookings , September orders would have plummeted 3.9 % .
  881. Allen B. Richards Peterborough , N.H .
  882. That system has worked .
  883. Japan is not a political country .
  884. It is a bureaucratic country .
  885. Pockets exploded with one-yen coins .
  886. Nuclear power plants are acceptable .
  887. Policy statement P-5-39 sets out terms .
  888. `` How do readers feel about the magazine ?
  889. For more than 50 years , it has been the apple of our eye .
  890. A good Delicious can indeed be delicious .
  891. But the apple industry is ripe for change .
  892. `` I 've got 70 kinds of apples .
  893. Borrowers ' incentives are equally skewed .
  894. It is a quick fix for a complex problem .
  895. New York City :
  896. Birmingham , Ala. :
  897. A related editorial appears today .
  898. -- The Washington Post , Sept. 9 , 1987 .
  899. -- Eduard Shevardnadze , Oct. 23 , 1989 .
  900. Perhaps even the American apologists will now accede .
  901. The state of New Hampshire has favored that plan .
  902. The Polish rat will eat well this winter .
  903. The Communists froze prices instead .
  904. Without buffer stocks , inflation exploded .
  905. Here , they are searching for a higher price .
  906. The young farmer makes money on the few hogs he sells here .
  907. `` There 's no feed , '' he says .
  908. Edward Chojnowski does .
  909. It 's nice !
  910. I am waiting .
  911. The Poles have had it all along .
  912. `` It 's bad soil , '' he says .
  913. Their protest was ignored .
  914. He expected as much .
  915. No phones .
  916. No gas .
  917. `` We wanted them to build a road here , '' he says .
  918. A private farmer never wastes anything . ''
  919. He is free to invest in chickens , and to fail for lack of chicken wire .
  920. He has plenty of freedom -- but no choices .
  921. Villages like Zalubice exist in a desert of poor schools and few doctors .
  922. He packs pork .
  923. He cashed in .
  924. `` I hire transportation , and my customers have fresh cold cuts every day .
  925. I do n't subsidize anyone .
  926. If nobody buys , I bring my prices down .
  927. That 's the rule .
  928. That 's the market . ''
  929. `` I do n't want expensive machines .
  930. He is our most dangerous enemy .
  931. The farmer barges into the naczelnik 's office .
  932. Anatol Pawlowski 's leg begins jiggling beneath his desk .
  933. `` I care very much for this post , '' he says .
  934. `` Eight years I 've had it .
  935. I have accomplished too much .
  936. The farmer leaves .
  937. Those viewers find the show confusing .
  938. The dollar retreated .
  939. Miss Gabor recanted her earlier-expressed fear of jailhouse lesbians .
  940. I wish he could wear lifts in his voice .
  941. An investigation by U.S. Postal inspectors is continuing .
  942. The stock slid $ 1.875 on more than four times average daily volume .
  943. The stock fell 75 cents .
  944. SHEDDING GLITTER :
  945. But observers expect broad support .
  946. Guaranteed by Dai-Ichi Kangyo Bank Ltd .
  947. Guaranteed by Fuji Bank .
  948. People start their own businesses for many reasons .
  949. But gripes run the gamut .
  950. WITHHOLDING RULES :
  951. SALES TAX RECORDS :
  952. Gray was advised by Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch .
  953. United met the $ 38 but then withdrew .
  954. Six-month and oneyear yields were unchanged , on average .
  955. `` It was chaotic .
  956. Who was doing all the selling ?
  957. Many economists have started predicting a mild recession next year .
  958. Breeders are betting on the common folk .
  959. `` There are n't too many winners . ''
  960. The 30-share index fell 33.3 points to 1739.3 .
  961. The index gained 99.14 points Monday .
  962. Time officials declined to comment .
  963. Others have tried to spruce up frequent-flier programs .
  964. Yesterday , it provided the details :
  965. Charlie Brown is selling out .
  966. Those Metropolitan Life ads were bad enough .
  967. Why is he cashing in now ?
  968. EARNINGS :
  969. The company rejected those past proposals .
  970. I believe that number reflects a slowing economy . ''
  971. Takeover stock speculation and futures-related program trading drove the industrial average through wide ranges .
  972. And there is more volatility to come .
  973. Volatility is here to stay . ''
  974. Shearson Lehman Hutton declined to comment .
  975. The 20-stock MMI mimics the Dow Jones Industrial Average .
  976. Some institutional traders loved the wild ride .
  977. `` Credibility sounds intangible .
  978. PaineWebber declined to comment .
  979. The Amex Market Value Index fell 3.10 to 376.36 .
  980. Volume totaled 14,560,000 shares .
  981. Gannett has 161 million shares outstanding .
  982. -- Mimi Kay .
  983. Foresight
  984. -- Ivern Ball .
  985. But junk bonds took more hits .
  986. Donaldson Lufkin would n't comment .
  987. In Japan , government bond prices fell .
  988. A federal judge turned down the Chapter 11 petition .
  989. Mr. Waggoner could n't be reached .
  990. EAST GERMANY'S KRENZ WARNED against further pro-democracy protests .
  991. But as many as 12,000 people marched in East Berlin after the speech to protest his election .
  992. General Motors continued to be hardest hit .
  993. Sun posted a gain .
  994. Mobil , Shell and Chevron had declines .
  995. The results show Sears is struggling to attract shoppers .
  996. Peeking Inside Arteries From Outside the Body
  997. They now are experimenting with measuring blood flow .
  998. The acquisition was completed in September .
  999. Most of the buying was institutional , he added .
  1000. Sun Co. also reported higher earnings .
  1001. Mobil
  1002. He remains secretary .
  1003. Mr. Koenig said : `` I just got a tremendous offer from Gruntal .
  1004. WINSTON-SALEM , N.C. --
  1005. The antibody then kills the cell .
  1006. And he questions the White House dedication .
  1007. Managers have `` some very broad discretion , '' says an official at Walt Disney Co .
  1008. Dedication runs high .
  1009. The left-of-center Social Democrats and the environmental Greens party posted mixed results .
  1010. About 1,100 Chinese were awaiting repatriation yesterday .
  1011. The red granite mausoleum draws thousands of visitors daily .
  1012. -- Thomas Henry .
  1013. This is an enviably low level .
  1014. Private-sector leaders praised the Conasupo restructuring .
  1015. Bond prices rallied .
  1016. Arnold Celnicker Assistant Professor Ohio State University
  1017. Successful American business owners do the same thing .
  1018. Avoiding failure is easy .
  1019. Daniel B. Scully Tucson , Ariz .
  1020. I would view it as a net positive .
  1021. But they are also talking about new magazines .
  1022. `` The magazine is strong .
  1023. Some entrepreneurs are still active , though .
  1024. And federal insurance protected the bank 's 631,163 depositors .
  1025. Its 1988 revenue was $ 25 million .
  1026. Litigation consulting had arrived .
  1027. Logic plays a minimal role here .
  1028. The ploy worked .
  1029. Computer-generated videos help .
  1030. Small business is bracing for an avalanche of similar proposals next year .
  1031. DIALING DOLLARS :
  1032. But critics consider the changes regressive .
  1033. Not that getting into town was easy .
  1034. `` It looks like a holiday .
  1035. Mr. Kasparov was underwhelmed .
  1036. But the shift has also been fueled by necessity .
  1037. How was the West won ?
  1038. Suntory distributes Brown-Forman bourbons in Japan .
  1039. Revenue rose 12 % to $ 1.63 billion from $ 1.46 billion .
  1040. Officials at Carnival declined to comment .
  1041. The shipyard disclosed in mid-August that it expected losses stemming from a series of unprofitable orders .
  1042. That lawsuit is still pending .
  1043. Jerell could n't immediately be reached for comment .
  1044. The Russians are talking peace .
  1045. The Palestinians are talking elections .
  1046. And the Poles are engaged in commerce . ''
  1047. Those implications include : -- Privatization .
  1048. -- Creative financing .
  1049. Stratus Computer , which reported earnings late Friday that were in line with a disappointing forecast , eased 3/4 to 24 on 816,000 shares .
  1050. Rainbow 's stock dropped 2 to 14 1/4 .
  1051. Conner Peripherals was unchanged at 15 .
  1052. Higher earnings helped some issues .
  1053. No one can say .
  1054. American Medical is being acquired .
  1055. In sum , the biases ennumerated above indicate a 0.7 percentage point understatement in growth of total real GNP .
  1056. That total would be important for Drexel .
  1057. That 's a big number .
  1058. `` It needs more discipline .
  1059. It needs to sort itself out . ''
  1060. ( The official asked not to be named . )
  1061. Tradition is dictator at Lloyd 's .
  1062. More recently , property rates have increased .
  1063. Lloyd 's overblown bureaucracy also hampers efforts to update marketing strategies .
  1064. The title of chief executive officer is n't used .
  1065. Maybe it 's crazy , '' he said .
  1066. Inco shares fell after the announcements .
  1067. Labor problems top the list .
  1068. The Port of Houston closed its terminal for handling bulk cargo .
  1069. Exxon
  1070. Ashland Oil
  1071. Amerada Hess
  1072. Hess declined to comment .
  1073. Phillips Petroleum
  1074. Occidental Petroleum
  1075. Atlantic Richfield
  1076. Jeff Rowe contributed to this article .
  1077. Other details were n't available .
  1078. Fees 1 .
  1079. The final maturity is in five years .
  1080. `` That is consumer issues . ''
  1081. On the other hand , investors beat a clear path yesterday to blue-chip issues with proven earnings growth records .
  1082. The situation will be especially delicate for Mr. Kimbrough .
  1083. `` It 's probably a reasonable transition .
  1084. DIET COKE :
  1085. That idea may have backfired .
  1086. A bid against Paribas could n't be ruled out .
  1087. Petroleum products prices also declined .
  1088. Dozens of workers were injured , authorities said .
  1089. Fund selling also picked up at that point .
  1090. That would follow a 3.9 % advance in August .
  1091. Analysts have mixed views about the two-year note auction .
  1092. Both issues are dated Oct. 26 .
  1093. He has two more years at Texas A&M .
  1094. Negative answers crackle back .
  1095. Then he casts out .
  1096. It comes real gentle before it pulls .
  1097. Her appetite for children also was large .
  1098. Baker had the good luck to arrive in 1925 Paris , where blacks had become exotic .
  1099. Manville itself does n't rule out a restructuring .
  1100. Average daily trading volume : 74,351 shares
  1101. The realty unit might take on new debt or obtain additional investors , among other possibilities .
  1102. GAF , Part III is scheduled to begin today .
  1103. More than 100,000 claims against Robins are pending .
  1104. His lawyer could not be reached for comment .
  1105. THE CASE OF THE FAKE DALIS :
  1106. Mr. Decker is about 45 years old .
  1107. Turnover remained relatively small .
  1108. Enviropact said the two divisions account for about $ 8 million of the company 's $ 20 million in annual revenue .
  1109. MERRILL LYNCH READY ASSETS TRUST : 8.56 % .
  1110. BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB Co . ( New York ) --
  1111. Revenue rose 6 % to $ 2.79 billion from $ 2.63 billion .
  1112. The state will vigorously defend against any counterclaim . ''
  1113. Meson is the personal holding company of Steven Morfey , a Vancouver securities dealer .
  1114. He said the transaction was made for investment purposes .
  1115. It recently introduced a line for the home market .
  1116. BAY AREA COMMUTERS BATTLED earthquake-related transportation snarls .
  1117. Fog shrouded the base before touchdown .
  1118. The dollar also declined .
  1119. The action renews concern about buyouts in high-tech industries .
  1120. Japan 's Daiwa Securities named Masahiro Dozen president .
  1121. Stocks : Volume 135,860,000 shares .
  1122. But Chairman Gonzalez is a genuine maverick .
  1123. The immediate target of Rep. Gonzalez 's inquiry is Danny Wall , chairman of the Office of Thrift Supervision .
  1124. Not surprisingly , she quickly adapted to the American way .
  1125. But I loved turbans . '' )
  1126. Since then she has become wealthy .
  1127. `` She wants things to be exciting .
  1128. And she has this inexhaustible energy .
  1129. In a great restaurant , do n't deprive yourself .
  1130. The other meals do n't matter . ''
  1131. You try to maintain your dignity under difficult circumstances .
  1132. The wait was miserable .
  1133. `` I wanted to be in business . ''
  1134. Soon she was running the office .
  1135. `` We are not trying to encourage everyone . ''
  1136. That means huge travel bills .
  1137. ( It is John Hart . )
  1138. Press agents and public-relations practitioners are notorious name-droppers .
  1139. And some even do it with malice aforethought .
  1140. SMYRNA , Ga. --
  1141. Cadillac may be on to something .
  1142. Program trading amounted to 12.3 % of average daily volume in June .
  1143. Indeed , the stakes are high .
  1144. `` But I was n't ready for a career at that time . ''
  1145. `` But she was always encouraging .
  1146. The worriers cite some worrisome trends .
  1147. `` You can think long range . ''
  1148. Each has an equal vote at the monthly meetings .
  1149. The name Maidenform was coined by a third business partner , Enid Bissett .
  1150. The Western government report 's first scenario assumes a 30 % reduction in foreign borrowing and a 5 % contraction in foreign direct investment .
  1151. At 13,000 feet , the engines restarted .
  1152. That may soon change .
  1153. That 's just the beginning , '' he says .
  1154. `` This is America , '' he says .
  1155. The company deliberately understaffs , stretching employees ' schedules to the limit .
  1156. Already , the fight has been costly .
  1157. Such animosity could prove pivotal in the union vote .
  1158. Anti-union pilots have held ballot-burning parties .
  1159. a nun raising some lovable orphans .
  1160. You built your career on prejudice and hate .
  1161. That 's not plot .
  1162. That 's not character .
  1163. Net Gain
  1164. -- Bern Sharfman .
  1165. -- Marguerite Whitley May .
  1166. Texaco has also been attempting to sell oil properties .
  1167. Not all of those parcels have yet been sold .
  1168. Michael E. Hill
  1169. `` It 's a very small shop . ''
  1170. Mr. Lesko figured he would be flooded with entries by now .
  1171. Talk show hosts quickly change the topic .
  1172. `` People hate to write , '' he says .
  1173. Now there 's an idea .
  1174. All this is causing convulsions in professional football .
  1175. I 'm at extension 29 . ' ''
  1176. Mr. Jones is attacking the problem on several fronts .
  1177. The current contract pays the NFL $ 1.4 billion .
  1178. The owners meet again tomorrow .
  1179. Zacks Investment Research did n't adjust one analyst 's estimate for a stock split , which therefore was artificially high .
  1180. And Seita is considering further diversification .
  1181. It currently is considering bidding for Swedish Match Co .
  1182. Mr. Barre 's rule is crumbling fast .
  1183. But this is not enough .
  1184. The citation was misstated in Friday 's edition .
  1185. People have been very respectful of each other .
  1186. Enforcement of restricted-entry rules was sporadic , residents said .
  1187. A warm foster home has been found .
  1188. So what 's the catch ?
  1189. The answer will be obvious .
  1190. Manufacturers Hanover Trust Co. is redemption agent .
  1191. It invests primarily in tax-exempt municipal securities .
  1192. Aldus , Seattle , makes computer software products .
  1193. It was a busy week for OTC stocks .
  1194. One bank stock was a winner .
  1195. First Interstate made the move under pressure from regulators .
  1196. `` It 's frightening , '' Mr. Shattuck said .
  1197. Conner already is shipping its new drives .
  1198. `` We have no in-office business . ''
  1199. JURY CONVICTS congressman in connection with Wedtech Corp. scandal .
  1200. Lawyers for the Garcias said they plan to appeal .
  1201. The bridge normally carries 250,000 commuters a day .
  1202. About 130,000 vehicles cross during a 24-hour period .
  1203. City building codes require construction that can resist temblors .
  1204. Seventeen percent reported their customers being robbed .
  1205. This creates several problems .
  1206. But this raises added cost barriers to urban entrepreneurship .
  1207. At last report , Enfield had about 44.5 million shares outstanding .
  1208. Diversification pays .
  1209. `` That means stocks , bonds , money market instruments and real estate . ''
  1210. One week 's performance should n't be the basis for any investment decision .
  1211. `` You do n't make any real money . ''
  1212. All three funds posted negative returns for the year to date .
  1213. But investors do n't seem to think so .
  1214. Source : Lipper Analytical Services Inc .
  1215. The windows will open .
  1216. The budget was only $ 400,000 .
  1217. They 're more worried about bread on the table .
  1218. But it has n't worked out that way .
  1219. For the Giuliani forces , it 's a conundrum .
  1220. Mr. Carson has been charged with being anti-Semitic .
  1221. I 'm anti-white . ''
  1222. Both men were unavailable to comment .
  1223. Bullish bond market sentiment is on the rise again .
  1224. Long-term bonds have performed erratically this year .
  1225. Total return is price changes plus interest income .
  1226. Junk bond prices moved higher , however .
  1227. `` They ca n't take the hit '' to their earnings , he said .
  1228. The June killings magnified the problems .
  1229. But the strategy is n't helping much this time .
  1230. The resulting stockpiling has depressed the market .
  1231. Many Law School Grads Find Classes Never End
  1232. Los Angeles Creates A Courthouse for Kids
  1233. MeraBank 's rating for short-term deposits remains Not Prime .
  1234. But Nora and Malcolm feel trapped .
  1235. That individual was n't identified .
  1236. Growth is good .
  1237. They are starting to buy growth stocks .
  1238. Remember them ?
  1239. On the week , UAL was down nearly 40 % .
  1240. British Airways fell 1 to 31 7/8 .
  1241. The offering is scheduled to expire on Nov. 30 .
  1242. Flexible Portfolio Funds
  1243. On Friday , they also persuaded the UAL flight attendants to join them .
  1244. In the meantime , the arbs are bleeding .
  1245. Common shares outstanding : 21.6 million
  1246. A Saatchi spokesman declined to comment about Interpublic .
  1247. Interpublic declined comment .
  1248. Prudential 's Final Four
  1249. NEW ACCOUNT
  1250. AYER TALKS :
  1251. The company also reassigned several executive responsibilities .
  1252. Wisconsin Toy currently has about 4.7 million shares outstanding .
  1253. Patrick Basham
  1254. Ducks .
  1255. Nobody knows how many billions of dollars the Americans With Disabilities Act will cost , because nobody knows what the bill entails .
  1256. Lawyers will benefit .
  1257. It is merely the most obvious .
  1258. Estimated volume was a light 2.4 million ounces .
  1259. A.P. Green currently has 2,664,098 shares outstanding .
  1260. He talked about 20 minutes .
  1261. London shares closed moderately lower in thin trading .
  1262. The index advanced 266.66 points Thursday .
  1263. Some high-priced issues made a comeback Friday .
  1264. Kyocera advanced 80 yen to 5,440 .
  1265. Fanuc gained 100 to 7,580 .
  1266. Dealers said it was hit by some profit-taking after gains since mid-week .
  1267. South African gold stocks closed moderately lower .
  1268. Gerald F. Seib contributed to this article .
  1269. Most are expected to fall below previous-month levels .
  1270. The spinoff should solve a problem for the parent .
  1271. The operating chief 's post is new .
  1272. The computers will display stock prices selected by users .
  1273. Tangible capital will be about $ 115 million .
  1274. The merger is subject to regulatory clearance and a definitive agreement .
  1275. In national over-the-counter trading , Webster shares fell 25 cents to $ 12.375 .
  1276. Webster has 3.5 million shares outstanding and Eagle 2.6 million .
  1277. Stocks :
  1278. Bonds :
  1279. Commodities :
  1280. The company paid five cents a share in April .
  1281. Britain 's Prime Minister Thatcher alone dissented .
  1282. The incident occurred Saturday night .
  1283. Livestock and Meats
  1284. That brought a chain reaction in the industry .
  1285. But these players were dead .
  1286. That trend could increase demand for hot-dipped galvanized sheet .
  1287. That largely reflects the heavy stockholdings .
  1288. We were wrong .
  1289. Nonsense !
  1290. Mr. Peterson also says he does n't consider himself a financial planner anymore .
  1291. He now calls himself an `` investment banker . ''
  1292. You already know the answer .
  1293. `` We call them fraud farms . ''
  1294. Con men hate snow .
  1295. Newport Beach fits the scam artists ' specifications perfectly .
  1296. What more could a con man in search of the easy life ask for ?
  1297. Moreover , ostentation is appreciated .
  1298. The investors range from elderly widows to affluent professionals .
  1299. Not everyone is so pessimistic .
  1300. `` That 's crazy . ''
  1301. Source : PaineWebber Inc .
  1302. Mail-order ministers have been squelched .
  1303. Who will take over these places ?
  1304. Most of us know a sucker .
  1305. `` These guys prey on human frailties . ''
  1306. They are awaiting an arbitration proceeding .
  1307. Nick Cortese thinks that 's what happened to him .
  1308. Call it the uninformed trudging after the incomprehensible .
  1309. And my time has come .
  1310. What to do ?
  1311. These are not certain , either .
  1312. I do n't like the sound of that .
  1313. So-called living-benefits provisions also merit a close inspection .
  1314. Did I buy it ?
  1315. New York Stock Exchange volume swelled to 198,120,000 shares .
  1316. Traders said a variety of factors triggered the rally .
  1317. Volume totaled 14,580,000 shares .
  1318. If you think you have stress-related problems on the job , there 's good news and bad news .
  1319. For Cheap Air Fares , Spend Christmas Aloft
  1320. Consider Adopting Your Spouse 's Name
  1321. Take Your Vacation In a Hurricane Area
  1322. It also lowered some air fares .
  1323. And centenarians fly free in first class .
  1324. He blames imports .
  1325. He credits imports .
  1326. `` You 've got some minds here that wo n't think progressively , '' he says .
  1327. The animal-rights movement has n't helped sales .
  1328. More than 700 people work in the GTE building .
  1329. Mary Poulin Palo Alto , Calif.
  1330. Reward El Espectador 's courage with real support .
  1331. COCA-COLA Co . ( Atlanta ) --
  1332. Ing .
  1333. The approval satisfies the remaining conditions of the purchase , which is expected to close within two weeks .
  1334. Health-care companies should get healthier in the third quarter .
  1335. In some cases , competition has squeezed margins .
  1336. In 1988 , the company earned $ 1.38 a share .
  1337. These figures are n't seasonally adjusted .
  1338. The new line is aimed directly at International Business Machines Corp .
  1339. Terms of the agreement were n't given .
  1340. A further problem is razor-thin profits .
  1341. LIMITED RISK FUNDS :
  1342. MANAGER REPLICATION FUNDS :
  1343. This is an index fund with a bet .
  1344. SPECIALIZED FUNDS :
  1345. The figures occasionally include incomplete transactions in restricted stock .
  1346. Bolar has denied any wrongdoing .
  1347. Sen. John Kerry ( D. , Mass . )
  1348. Both products were immensely popular .
  1349. He produced it .
  1350. First , however , he has unfinished business .
  1351. The Editor
  1352. Mrs. Thi did n't wait for the reforms to get her start .
  1353. She expects both revenue and profit to gain this year .
  1354. Thomas V. Reese Sr . Maui Banana Co .
  1355. Western Digital does n't make the monitors .
  1356. Net was aided by a lower income tax rate .
  1357. Before July , pro-choice voters could safely make political decisions without focusing narrowly on abortion .
  1358. `` We could have shouted from the rooftops about Courter ... and no one would have heard us . ''
  1359. Auto insurance rates are soaring .
  1360. She has lots of opinions .
  1361. Aftershocks could intervene .
  1362. People had died .
  1363. `` Pieces of Candlestick , '' they said .
  1364. My response was that sports rarely are important , only diverting , and the quake merely highlighted that fact .
  1365. Sure .
  1366. And I will never again complain about a rainout .
  1367. Mr. Glazer could n't immediately be reached to comment .
  1368. Analysts noted that the disappointing results do n't reflect lower prices for steel products .
  1369. Panic frequently results in irrational behavior .
  1370. I 'm not certain .
  1371. This hurts the price of corporate bonds .
  1372. Mr. Baldwin likes the offering .
  1373. Donaldson Lufkin declined to comment on the restructuring .
  1374. Short-term rates rose yesterday .
  1375. Investment-grade bonds were unchanged .
  1376. Meanwhile , new issuance was slow .
  1377. THE PANHANDLER approaches , makes his pitch .
  1378. The suit is still pending in Illinois state court .
  1379. Marginal operations and assets have been sold .
  1380. Even perks have been reduced .
  1381. It 's a process that never really ends . ''
  1382. He said Westmoreland is looking at investment stakes in other cogeneration plants east of the Mississippi River .
  1383. WALL STREET , SHAKE hands with George Orwell .
  1384. Wrong .
  1385. He is a lawyer with a string of academic degrees .
  1386. We practically ran our own studio . ''
  1387. He lived with her .
  1388. We reinvented it .
  1389. We are the producers of that movie .
  1390. Money helped , too .
  1391. But the MGM plan collapsed just two weeks later .
  1392. Their relationship with Mr. Sugarman soured shortly thereafter .
  1393. And earnings have been erratic .
  1394. And there 's more .
  1395. Most earn high ratings from credit agencies .
  1396. Well , think twice .
  1397. But the simplicity may be misleading .
  1398. That also is n't easy .
  1399. Nor does it cover the entire portfolio .
  1400. But it could be much worse .
  1401. Some analysts are especially wary of credit-card issues .
  1402. Source : Securities Data Co .
  1403. The results ca n't be extrapolated to all investors , though .
  1404. Their verdict on real estate is almost the same .
  1405. Those percentages hardly changed from the previous year 's poll .
  1406. The company also makes optical character recognition equipment .
  1407. Its 1.7 million-share offering was priced at 15 .
  1408. Nutmeg Industries lost 1 3/4 to 14 .
  1409. A.P. Green Industries advanced 1 5/8 to 36 1/8 .
  1410. But then the noise turned into a roar .
  1411. What should I do ?
  1412. What was my angle ?
  1413. How would I file ?
  1414. The Stick did n't fall .
  1415. Many other brokerage firms had similarly bullish views .
  1416. China 's slide toward recession is beginning to look like a free fall .
  1417. Big auction houses want to make collectibles eligible for lower capital-gains taxes .
  1418. Mr. Juliano thinks so .
  1419. Mr. Shioya has turned the tables .
  1420. New telephone lines posted healthy growth .
  1421. Analysts expect others to show a similar pattern .
  1422. Industry observers expect a wide divergence in performance .
  1423. Other retailers are also preparing for a ho-hum holiday .
  1424. Here is an excerpt :
  1425. `` I think so .
  1426. `` I do n't doubt it for a moment .
  1427. Ashland expects that sale to be complete next year .
  1428. However , Mr. Ortega was included .
  1429. Revenue dropped 1.6 % to $ 1.21 billion from $ 1.23 billion .
  1430. It is also planning another night of original series .
  1431. We are determined to get good prices . ''
  1432. Now it matters .
  1433. The GOP doubters were in Congress .
  1434. On abortion , their own day will come .
  1435. Does the candidate favor parental consent for teen-age abortions ?
  1436. This is where the voters are , which is where politicians usually end up .
  1437. FADA , which holds problem assets of thrifts that were closed before the bailout legislation was enacted , is being liquidated .
  1438. Term bonds due 2005 are n't being formally reoffered .
  1439. They carry a 7 % coupon .
  1440. Fees 1 3/4 .
  1441. Guaranteed by Societe Generale .
  1442. Fees 1 1/4 .
  1443. The debentures mature Oct. 27 , 1999 .
  1444. And it works best in high-powered personal computers .
  1445. `` With Notes , they 're visually distinct .
  1446. But Darman suggests such tensions will dissipate quickly .
  1447. BOTH SIDES NOW :
  1448. Conservatives now hold only a 5-4 edge .
  1449. MINOR MEMOS :
  1450. Wheat futures prices rose slightly .
  1451. PRECIOUS METALS :
  1452. Futures prices recovered in quiet trading .
  1453. Crude oil prices ended mixed .
  1454. But so-called outer month contracts finished higher .
  1455. The prisons are too crowded .
  1456. And pregnant women are fat . ' ''
  1457. RICHMOND RESIGNATIONS :
  1458. LAW FIRM NOTES :
  1459. `` But many newspapers are facing similar comparisons . ''
  1460. But it fell to 1.8470 marks from 1.8485 .
  1461. The theory relies on three assumptions :
  1462. The city 's recovery from the earthquake was uneven .
  1463. Offices of the city 's Rent Board were destroyed .
  1464. Apparently so .
  1465. That would leave Hun Sen and the Khmer Rouge .
  1466. Revenue is estimated at $ 18.6 million .
  1467. This is football country .
  1468. And ad agencies insist that they do .
  1469. Young & Rubicam 's Pact
  1470. Young & Rubicam has pleaded innocent to the charges .
  1471. `` California prices were already coming down .
  1472. Doman is based in Duncan , British Columbia .
  1473. Pharmaceuticals made across-the-board advances .
  1474. B.A.T said it purchased 2.5 million shares at 785 .
  1475. Prudential Insurance is based in Newark , N.J .
  1476. Borrowed shares on the Amex rose to another record .
  1477. Serious injuries or damages were n't reported .
  1478. A leading U.S. human-rights monitor also was briefly held .
  1479. They point out that September 's producer-price index showed a 0.9 % increase .
  1480. Oddly enough , this presents a problem for the stock .
  1481. But Capital Supervisors sold the last of its H&R Block holdings earlier this year .
  1482. Taxes are not going out of business . ''
  1483. Brokerage houses are sweet on H&R Block , too .
  1484. None dare say to sell it .
  1485. Average daily trading volume : 145,954 shares
  1486. Company officials could n't be reached .
  1487. The beginnings were modest .
  1488. A year later , it was 5.7 million .
  1489. Thursday , October 19 , 1989
  1490. Yesterday 's edition misstated the percentage increase .
  1491. Thursday 's edition misstated the narrowing .
  1492. Coastal would n't disclose the terms .
  1493. Yesterday 's Centennial Journal misstated the company 's name .
  1494. U.S. buyers have already been lined up .
  1495. The transactions are unrelated .
  1496. Where do Americans put their money ?
  1497. It depends on when you look .
  1498. Some results are self-explanatory .
  1499. But other figures are surprising .
  1500. `` But it has n't increased much relative to other assets .
  1501. It suggests that households accumulate wealth across a broad spectrum of assets .
  1502. -- The charts show how househld assets have been distributed over time .
  1503. The successors would be nominated by the independent directors .
  1504. -- Arnold J. Zarett .
  1505. -- Laurence W. Thomas .
  1506. Morgenzon has long been a special domain of Afrikanerdom .
  1507. `` I could n't afford to hire 16 whites .
  1508. But do n't do anything rash .
  1509. `` Investors should stay with their stocks .
  1510. The downside is limited . ''
  1511. They offer these suggestions :
  1512. WATCH FOR EARNINGS DISAPPOINTMENTS .
  1513. BEWARE OF HEAVY DEBT .
  1514. COMPARE P/E RATIOS WITH PROSPECTS .
  1515. EXAMINE WHAT HAS CHANGED .
  1516. Both men are 44 years old .
  1517. Both returns do n't include any tax credits .
  1518. Ford said then it would keep the Scorpio .
  1519. Guaranteed minimum 6 % .
  1520. Analysts predict the sales impact will linger .
  1521. Following are excerpts from the electronic traffic that night .
  1522. JCKC :
  1523. 12:06 a.m .
  1524. HRH :
  1525. ONEZIE :
  1526. My younger daughter and I are fine .
  1527. Areas that are made of ` fill ' liquefy .
  1528. 12:38 a.m .
  1529. DAYAC :
  1530. HEYNOW :
  1531. I decided to brave the storm .
  1532. I have felt many aftershocks .
  1533. 1:11 a.m.
  1534. This being typed in a standing position .
  1535. Bolinas -- astride the San Andreas Fault .
  1536. Duck swarms .
  1537. SAMURAI :
  1538. I was in Stinson Beach when the quake rolled through town .
  1539. KIM :
  1540. CAROLG :
  1541. CALLIOPE :
  1542. FIG :
  1543. I wonder when we 'll be able to relax .
  1544. PANDA :
  1545. Sales rose 11 % to $ 7.73 billion from $ 6.94 billion .
  1546. The index gained 527.39 Tuesday .
  1547. Brawls between union factions still erupt at Pemex installations .
  1548. The union also ceded the 2 % commission it had received on all Pemex maintenance contracts .
  1549. Firms Walk Fine Line In Distributing Profits
  1550. First , its position in the government is anomalous .
  1551. The answer seems perfectly clear .
  1552. The anti-abortionists are urging GOP Gov. Bill Clements to press the issues in a special session scheduled to run Nov. 14 to Dec. 13 .
  1553. Investors in B.A.T have been on a roller coaster .
  1554. Among possible buyers , Grand Metropolitan PLC might find Beefeater a useful addition to its portfolio .
  1555. A Seagram spokesman in New York would n't comment .
  1556. He will retain the honorary title of non-executive chairman .
  1557. But an uninvited guest is expected to try to crash the party .
  1558. Digital is promising a new approach .
  1559. Tandem 's pricing is just as aggressive .
  1560. `` That 's going to cost IBM revenue . ''
  1561. Digital 's new line has been a long time coming .
  1562. IBM will face still more competition in coming months .
  1563. The markets are returning to normalcy . ''
  1564. Stock prices rose .
  1565. Communications Director
  1566. National Taxpayers Union
  1567. The Census Bureau also said :
  1568. `` Fly safely . ''
  1569. The appeals court disagreed on both counts .
  1570. He said the decision was the first in which a federal appeals court has ruled whether administrative government proceedings qualify as litigation .
  1571. Convertible mortgages have become an increasingly popular way to finance prestigious buildings of late .
  1572. The amount was n't disclosed .
  1573. Laurie McGinley contributed to this article .
  1574. FARMERS REAP abundant crops .
  1575. Some couples continue to try .
  1576. But the utility may not continue next year .
  1577. New Jersey Bell awaits state clearance .
  1578. Despite federal approval , General Dynamics says it decided it wo n't go ahead with the matching program .
  1579. CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS find a helping hand from some catalog companies .
  1580. Many Atlantans thought Pittsburgh was an unworthy heir .
  1581. Silicon Valley heaved a sigh of relief yesterday .
  1582. John R. Wilke contribued to this article .
  1583. As thanks , the egg industry tried to break him .
  1584. Part of the answer lies in the nature of the industry .
  1585. Mr. Maynard claims this is a manageable problem .
  1586. Opponents do n't buy such arguments .
  1587. An early battleground was the U.S. Department of Agriculture .
  1588. He can live with little pleasures .
  1589. ( It matches her voice . )
  1590. VIDEO TIP :
  1591. `` It 's the proverbial flight to safety . ''
  1592. Earthquake 's Damage
  1593. BOZELL :
  1594. NEW BEER :
  1595. Rival gangs have turned cities into combat zones .
  1596. No doubt he believes the place can be salvaged .
  1597. The whole structure is extremely shaky .
  1598. But sophistication has its limits .
  1599. In Paris , Air France declined to comment .
  1600. They currently have large orders for cargo planes .
  1601. Federal Paper Board sells paper and wood products .
  1602. Meanwhile , the brokerage firms in San Francisco were trying to cope .
  1603. `` We are having a regular day .
  1604. The announcement came after the market 's close .
  1605. Timber stocks got a big boost .
  1606. Pacific Telesis Group lost 62.5 cents to $ 44.625 .
  1607. The buyer was n't identified .
  1608. BellSouth Chairman and Chief Executive Officer John L. Clendenin said three factors accounted for the drop in third-quarter earnings .
  1609. The two surveys , which asked different questions , were conducted using national random probability samples .
  1610. Standard & Poor 's Corp. has them under review .
  1611. The offering used at-market pricing .
  1612. Societa per Azioni Finanziaria Industria Manaifatturiera ( Italy ) --
  1613. Mitsubishi Corp . Finance ( Japanese parent ) --
  1614. Indian Oil Corp . ( India ) --
  1615. National Westminster Bank PLC ( U.K. ) --
  1616. Continental Airlines --
  1617. The current debt limit expires Oct. 31 .
  1618. Few telephone lines snapped .
  1619. The construction industry is sure to feel increased demand .
  1620. Interest payments on the bonds will be payable semiannually .
  1621. Interest rates barely budged from Tuesday 's levels .
  1622. But the man who built it has fallen .
  1623. But will it be enough ?
  1624. Gingerly , some economists began to blame central planning .
  1625. Wednesday , October 18 , 1989
  1626. Mr. Sung could n't be reached for comment .
  1627. Last summer , the affiliates bitterly complained to network executives about the poor coverage of the student uprising in China .
  1628. We were out of the box .
  1629. The series is scheduled to resume Tuesday evening in San Francisco .
  1630. The latest quarter included a $ 6.6 million write-down of investments .
  1631. Mr. Steinhardt also could take that route .
  1632. In the meantime , the strategies will increase expenses .
  1633. Broader averages also posted modest gains .
  1634. Chevron added 1 to 65 .
  1635. Springs Industries dropped 1 3/8 to 36 .
  1636. Wang had previously forecast a loss .
  1637. `` Any fool can publish a money-losing magazine .
  1638. Mr. Lang feels that Time 's priorities changed .
  1639. `` We do n't have passive readers . ''
  1640. Both companies are regional carriers in the Southwest .
  1641. StatesWest owns 7.25 % of Mesa .
  1642. These claims would be repayable over a 10-year period .
  1643. Business was slow because many companies were closed yesterday .
  1644. Offices were closed yesterday .
  1645. That facility should reopen today .
  1646. Company expects to be fully operational by next week .
  1647. The company plans to be fully operational today .
  1648. The company expects all branches to reopen today .
  1649. The company expects to resume full operations by today .
  1650. `` The company will not budge on anything , '' said a spokesman for the union .
  1651. It 's a danger .
  1652. The country was renamed the Republic of Hungary .
  1653. The shuttle is slated to return Monday to California .
  1654. What Sotheby 's is doing closely resembles an underwriting by an investment bank .
  1655. Sotheby 's has been aggressively promoting the Dorrance sale .
  1656. The business includes Beefeater gin .
  1657. Gasoline terminals were also largely unhurt , they said .
  1658. Futures prices extended Tuesday 's gains .
  1659. Signed by 25 students
  1660. Columbia , S.C .
  1661. Suzanne Foster
  1662. N. Joseph Potts
  1663. Marietta , Ga .
  1664. Tom Mongan
  1665. Victoria , Texas
  1666. We consumers tend to have long memories .
  1667. Myrtle Beach , S.C .
  1668. This kind of theater was new to us .
  1669. I 'm encouraged by the action . ''
  1670. We 're talking real money .
  1671. Why is this happening ?
  1672. No tax increases would be necessary .
  1673. But the offering almost did n't happen .
  1674. Peter Pae in Pittsburgh contributed to this article .
  1675. Anthony J. Iaciofano , a lawyer for Burlington , said the company believes the Beebes ' symptoms were not related to the carpeting .
  1676. Mr. Ahmad 's lawyer said he would appeal .
  1677. The timing was perfect .
  1678. Politics and economics conspired .
  1679. What the Arabs started , inflation finished .
  1680. The issue used at-market pricing .
  1681. Guaranteed by Redland PLC .
  1682. Par said it is cooperating in the investigation .
  1683. Social Security and spending for poor people are exempted .
  1684. It will reduce spending in a very effective fashion . ''
  1685. Merchant banks were stronger across the board .
  1686. South African gold stocks closed higher .
  1687. It is based on the stocks that make up Standard & Poor 's 100-stock index .
  1688. But it still might be cheaper than taking a major hit .
  1689. All prices are as of Monday 's close .
  1690. Cincinnati Microwave Inc. said it introduced two radar detectors .
  1691. Since March , exports have been virtually flat .
  1692. It does prolong the pain somewhat . ''
  1693. Tuesday , October 17 , 1989
  1694. MERRILL LYNCH READY ASSETS TRUST : 8.50 % .
  1695. Profit from continuing operations rose 19 % .
  1696. In the year-ago period , net included $ 32.7 million from discontinued operations .
  1697. The latest rebate is good for all Beretta models .
  1698. The metaphor of theater is not entirely coincidental .
  1699. Its many lively stories include the Gutfreund-Postel holiday cheer imbroglio .
  1700. The Postels did not give permission .
  1701. However , the phenomenon is not specifically Jewish .
  1702. Industries in both countries have requested a speedup of tariff cuts on hundreds of products .
  1703. Apogee Robotics Inc. said its board extended until Feb. 1 the exercise period of Apogee 's existing stock purchase warrants outstanding .
  1704. Show it 's business as usual . ''
  1705. That is n't easy .
  1706. Southwestern Bell Corp. and Cincinnati Bell posted slight declines .
  1707. MCI Communications Corp .
  1708. Southwestern Bell Corp .
  1709. The earnings drop had been expected .
  1710. SHEARSON LEHMAN HUTTON Inc .
  1711. Mr. Meador had been executive vice president of Balcor .
  1712. Manville is a building and forest products concern .
  1713. Eli Lilly & Co .
  1714. `` He has mastered the art of survival . ''
  1715. He was superb .
  1716. The Pentagon foiled the plan .
  1717. `` Briggs screamed , '' Mr. Windsor recalls .
  1718. Yet , his political setbacks mounted .
  1719. Mr. Noriega was growing desperate .
  1720. The end of the marriage was at hand .
  1721. Output of business equipment was unchanged in September .
  1722. Some economists expect further declines in investment spending .
  1723. 142.3 % of the 1977 average .
  1724. White Males
  1725. White Females
  1726. Trading activity cooled off from Monday 's sizzling pace .
  1727. Share turnover subsided to 161.5 million .
  1728. Mr. Jelenic had been executive vice president for operations .
  1729. John Wilpers resigned as editor in chief .
  1730. Old Environmentalism involved microbe hunters and sanitationists .
  1731. Mr. Ehrlich predicted unprecedented famine by 1980 .
  1732. Harry Lee Smith Alpharetta , Ga .
  1733. Thomas E. Lovejoy Assistant Secretary for External Affairs Smithsonian Institution
  1734. Third-quarter revenue was flat at $ 1.02 billion .
  1735. The company said it expects consumers will adjust to higher-priced soft drinks .
  1736. A spokesman for GE Capital declined to comment .
  1737. He declined to elaborate .
  1738. There was no cost estimate for the second phase .
  1739. Both said the new plan would n't work .
  1740. It must be accepted by the court . ''
  1741. IRS Revenue Procedure 89-52 describes the reporting requirements .
  1742. They have even sent helicopters in pursuit of bikers after hikers and equestrians complained they were being driven from trails .
  1743. The bikes are unwelcome on trails in national parks .
  1744. Skoal Daze
  1745. -- George O. Ludcke .
  1746. -- Daisy Brown .
  1747. Citicorp
  1748. Analysts were only slightly disappointed by Citicorp 's numbers .
  1749. Many Indians fear a repeat of that experience .
  1750. That is the truth . ''
  1751. Aug. 26 , 1987 :
  1752. April 26 , 1988 :
  1753. Sept. 15 , 1989 :
  1754. The lists total $ 654.5 million .
  1755. Meanwhile , several new issues were priced .
  1756. The 6 3/4 % notes yield 6.25 % .
  1757. British government bonds surged on renewed volatility in the stock market .
  1758. But Japanese bonds ended weaker .
  1759. The disaster fund is replenished by loan repayments .
  1760. `` It was a timing mistake . ''
  1761. PRISON-SHOP BLUES :
  1762. But the warranty on simpler parts would be lowered to two years or 24,000 miles .
  1763. The repair shops are n't united , however .
  1764. SMALL TALK :
  1765. He will remain on the Banc One board .
  1766. The Kabul regime would fall .
  1767. Millions of refugees would rush home .
  1768. Those who bought that illusion are now bewildered .
  1769. Moscow and Kabul must have found that information useful .
  1770. Who is going to carry the water ? ' ''
  1771. We 've actually read the speech .
  1772. Their ridicule of him is no substitute for argument .
  1773. He has been a Bearings director since 1985 .
  1774. Brokers do n't deny that .
  1775. The takeover mania also adds to volatility .
  1776. James A. White contributed to this article .
  1777. Basically , Mr. Chestman was a fourth-level tippee .
  1778. Did Mr. Freeman have notice of this ?
  1779. Finally , was the information material ?
  1780. When only civil liability is involved , this method has the undeniable strengths of factual specificity and avoidance of overgeneralization .
  1781. The industrial average closed down 18.65 , to 2638.73 .
  1782. The volatility wo n't end soon .
  1783. Traders are already buckling their seat belts .
  1784. Broader averages also fell .
  1785. Trading also was heavy in the over-the-counter market .
  1786. The Amex Market Value Index fell 1.25 to 375.16 .
  1787. `` That puts pressure on CD rates .
  1788. Additional cable partners could boost subscribers even further .
  1789. Time Warner declined comment .
  1790. The union represents about 28,000 engineers and technical workers .
  1791. Its contract expires Dec. 1 .
  1792. Mr. Edelman could n't be reached for comment .
  1793. Sterling was unchanged at $ 1.5753 .
  1794. GM might counterbid .
  1795. Of course , that was before Ford 's latest move .
  1796. Business : Luxury cars
  1797. No replacement was immediately named .
  1798. An analyst cited weaker capital spending and exports .
  1799. It expects a $ 1.42 billion quarterly loss .
  1800. Citicorp posted a 9 % drop in quarterly profit .
  1801. Three big drug makers posted robust third-quarter earnings .
  1802. It also will hand Unilab new markets .
  1803. Other network applications have very different goals .
  1804. But Mr. Monsky sees much bigger changes ahead .
  1805. `` You 'll start to see shows where viewers program the program .
  1806. A price was n't disclosed .
  1807. The flight was rescheduled for today .
  1808. He sits down at the piano and plays .
  1809. Sales declined slightly to $ 5.17 billion .
  1810. Robert J. McManus
  1811. Dictation Device 's Saga Plays Back a Lesson
  1812. PRODUCTS DON'T have to be first to be winners .
  1813. But other rake makers have their doubts .
  1814. The Pentagon is a haunted house .
  1815. So far no one has .
  1816. It made my shoelaces dance with terror .
  1817. We had great success in Somalia .
  1818. ( But who 's counting . )
  1819. All these reports about him committing genocide are probably exaggerated anyway .
  1820. Gives me the willies just thinking about it .
  1821. CenTrust did n't meet the deadline .
  1822. And CenTrust has other problems .
  1823. Mr. Paul denies phoning and gloating .
  1824. Still , predicting is tricky .
  1825. `` They were a sleeper .
  1826. They were protecting his interests . ''
  1827. Mr. Paul nods in agreement .
  1828. Figures do n't include taxes or transaction costs .
  1829. The climate was right for the new FASB .
  1830. No strikeout , but certainly no home run .
  1831. Both posts had been vacant .
  1832. But funds generally are better prepared this time around .
  1833. Central 's assets are $ 240 million .
  1834. Including the accesory eye care products , contacts account for $ 2 billion in annual retail sales .
  1835. But the market turmoil could be partially beneficial for some small businesses .
  1836. An ill-mannered mountain ?
  1837. The loyal servant has come full circle .
  1838. What is dignity ?
  1839. That 's not all , he says .
  1840. Hardly .
  1841. They 're very friendly . ''
  1842. But that wo n't suffice .
  1843. Moreover , the process is n't without its headaches .
  1844. But steelmakers must also find new markets .
  1845. `` They 're dead wrong . ''
  1846. It 's difficult to be that consistently wrong . ''
  1847. Securities analysts , however , remained downbeat .
  1848. The company said it hopes to resume its schedule of regular quarterly dividends at the end of this year .
  1849. My vision is to change human consciousness towards touch .
  1850. Paramedics were called .
  1851. literally .
  1852. The Quotrons were wrong .
  1853. Meanwhile , there was an awful lot of confusion .
  1854. In fact , it was up 24 .
  1855. That was the New York Stock Exchange 's blooper .
  1856. And there were other blunders .
  1857. I think the market is in good shape .
  1858. Should you really own stocks ?
  1859. So what 's the best way to buy stocks ?
  1860. Why does n't he just follow through on one of these things ? ''
  1861. But others remained skeptical .
  1862. Mr. Trump never obtained financing for his bid .
  1863. The percentage change is since year-end .
  1864. Treasury Securities
  1865. Here are auction details :
  1866. Corporate Issues
  1867. Foreign Bonds
  1868. Mortgage-Backed Securities
  1869. DISCOUNT RATE : 7 % .
  1870. COPPER :
  1871. SUGAR :
  1872. Futures prices declined .
  1873. Terms of the agreement were n't disclosed .
  1874. By 9:45 , the industrial average had dropped 27 points .
  1875. Major blue-chip stocks like Philip Morris , General Motors and Proctor & Gamble led the rally .
  1876. Japanese were said to be heavy buyers .
  1877. I much prefer money I can put my hands on . ''
  1878. Gorbachev blamed the Soviet Union 's press for contributing to the nation 's mounting problems .
  1879. Mubarak held reconciliation talks with Gadhafi at the Egyptian resort of Mersa Metruh .
  1880. It was the Libyan leader 's first trip to Egypt in 16 years .
  1881. A spokesman said the company had sales of $ 400 million in 1988 .
  1882. U.S. holders now own more than 60 % of Blue Arrow compared with 9 % last January .
  1883. `` With a little patience , these businesses will perform very satisfactorily , '' Mr. Sim says .
  1884. Terms were n't disclosed .
  1885. Looking ahead to other commodity markets this week :
  1886. Sound familiar ?
  1887. There was tremendous public enthusiasm for stock mutual funds .
  1888. Source : Fulton Prebon ( U.S.A . ) Inc .
  1889. The minimum unit is $ 100,000 .
  1890. These rate indications are n't directly comparable ; lending practices vary widely by location .
  1891. FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION ( Fannie Mae ) :
  1892. Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. --
  1893. Youth only or all ages ?
  1894. The Big Board also added computer capacity to handle huge surges in trading volume .
  1895. The tender offer by West Germany 's second-biggest commercial bank is in two stages .
  1896. Friday 's Market Activity
  1897. Markets --
  1898. They never considered themselves to be anything else .