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  • FINANCE/NEW ISSUES
  • FINANCE/NEW ISSUES; Austin, Tex., Bonds Offered
  • FINANCE/NEW ISSUES; Denmark Issues 14% Eurobonds
  • FINANCE/NEW ISSUES; Niagara Mohawk Shelf Offering
  • Flooding Destroys 6 Homes And Blocks Roads in Vermont
  • FOR EISENHOWER,2 GOALS IF BOMB WAS TO BE USED
  • Free Jazz at Citicorp
  • FRIDAY SPORTS Baseball
  • FROM GLOOM TO EXULTATION: MONDALE'S LONG CAMPAIGN
  • Funds Fall by $724.5 Million
  • Futures/Options
  • GATHERING TO SUPPORT THE PARK
  • GETTY PHOTOS INCREASED
  • GRACE OFFERS OIL UNIT FOR SALE
  • graph of Shoney's net income since 1974; AT SHONEY'S, DETAILS COUNT
  • HADCO CORP reports earnings for Qtr to April 28
  • HANDLEMAN CO reports earnings for Qtr to April 28
  • HART FINDS HOPE IN CAPITOL VISITS
  • HOUSE APPROVES PLAN FOR RAISING AGE ON DRINKING
  • HOUSE GIRDS TO TAKE UP TOUCHY IMMIGRATION BILL
  • HOUSE PANEL VOTES TO CURB AID AGENCY'S POWERS
  • I.B.M. CUTS PRICES ON PC LINE
  • IN EXPLOSIVE HAITI, MUCH HUNGER AND LITTLE HOPE
  • IN LEBANON, THE PESSIMISM DEEPENS
  • IN LONDON, PAGEANTRY AND ANGER
  • INTERCOLE INCORPORATED reports earnings for Qtr to April 30
  • INTERNATIONAL SEAWAY TRADNG CORP reports earnings for Qtr to Feb 29
  • INVENTION DESIGN ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES reports earnings for Qtr to April 30
  • IRAN PROTESTS TO THE SAUDIS OVER PERSIAN GULF AIR CLASH
  • IRAN'S REACTION TO AIR BATTLE CONSIDERED MILD
  • Israeli Gets 18 Monhts For Role in Terror Plot
  • JACKSON HINTS GOALS MUST BE MET BEFORE UNITY IS ACHIEVED IN PARTY
  • Jeantot Capsizes In Ocean Race
  • J.P. LYET, FORMER CHAIRMAN OF SPERRYCORPORATION, DIES
  • JUDGE CRITIZES U.S. AGENCY ON DENIAL OF BENEFITS
  • KEY IMAGE SYSTEMS reports earnings for Qtr to March 31
  • Key Rates
  • Latin Debtors Plan Meeting
  • Leader of Italian Communists Suffers Cerebral Hemorrhage
  • LEGAL AID FOR THE POOR: REAGAN'S LONGEST BRAWL
  • Let New York Lead on Acid Rain
  • Lewis Hine Photos
  • LILCO AND SHOREHAM
  • KOHL WRONGLY REBUFFED
  • NINE MILE 2'S IMPORTANCE TO THE FUTURE OF NEW YORK STATE
  • OLYMPICS: 'AN IDEAL WHOSE TIME HAS PASSED'?
  • OLYMPICS: 'AN IDEAL WHOSE TIME HAS PASSED'?
  • OLYMPICS: 'AN IDEAL WHOSE TIME HAS PASSED'?
  • ONE MAN'S TWO VIEWS OF ETHIOPIA'S JUNTA
  • ON THE SECONDHAND HARM OF ALCOHOL
  • A LOOK AT THE PARTICIPANTS AND THEIR POLICIES Britain Margaret Thatcher . . . 58 . . . Prime Minister since 1979, This year's summit host . . . Though still popular personally, her Conservative Party
  • PIONEERS IN THE DRIVE TO RESTORE ELLIS ISLAND
  • MANHATTAN INDUSTRIES INC reports earnings for Qtr to April 30
  • Market Place; Analysts Favor Harnischfeger
  • Mattel Says Group May Take Control
  • MINING SERVICES INTERNATIONAL reports earnings for Qtr to March 31
  • Mock Assault in Honduras
  • MONDALE TURNING ATTENTION TO HUNT FOR RUNNING MATE
  • Monsanto Trading Interrupted
  • Mortgage Rates Rise; Mortgage Rates Rose in May
  • MOSCOW ASSURES U.S. ON SAKHAROVS
  • MOVIE: 'BEAT STREET'
  • MRS. LLOYD IN FINAL IN PARIS BY 6-0, 6-0
  • MTI SYSTEMS reports earnings for Qtr to March 31
  • NATIONAL TRUST CO (TORONTO, ONT) reports earnings for Qtr to April 30
  • NEWS SUMMARY; FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1984 International
  • NEW YORK DAY BY DAY;
  • NEW YORK DAY BY DAY;
  • NEW YORK DAY BY DAY;
  • NEW YORK DAY BY DAY;
  • NEW YORK DAY BY DAY; WHEN ARTISTS EXPLAIN THEIR INTERPRETATIONS
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  • NORSTAN INC reports earnings for Qtr to April 30
  • NOW, BOTH CABLE CARS AND TROLLEYS
  • Nuggets Trade Vandeweghe
  • OPERA: GLUCK'S 'ORFEO' IN ST. LOUIS
  • Orosco Status Is Day to Day
  • PALL CORP reports earnings for Qtr to April 28
  • PANSOPHIC SYSTEMS INC reports earnings for Qtr to April 30
  • PARISH'S COMEBACK SPURS THE CELTICS
  • Patty Sheehan Leads After 65
  • PEOPLE EXPRESS SETS NEW, CUT-RATE COAST FLIGHTS
  • 'PET' FILM RIGHTS SOLD
  • Philadelphia of U.S.F.L. Sues N.F.L.
  • PHILHARMONIC: CRUMB AND KNUSSEN PREMIERES
  • PLAYS; METS WIN APPEAL TO PREVENT A LOSS
  • POP/JAZZ; THE CABARET ARRAY: POP, BLUES, FOLK AND THEN SOME
  • POP/JAZZ; THIS TIME GEORGE WEIN IS PRODUCING ON THE PIANO
  • PUBLISHING: MAILER TALKS ABOUT HIS NEW THRILLER
  • Quotations of the Day
  • QUOTATIONS OF THE DAY
  • RAPE CONVICTION OVERTURNED
  • REAGAN MEETS WITH ALLIED LEADERS; TELLS THEM INTEREST RATES WILL FALL
  • RESTAURANTS;
  • REYNOLDS METALS CO reports earnings for Qtr to Dec 31
  • 'Romeo' in Boroughs
  • SCOUTING; Cousy the Fan
  • SCOUTING; Miss Sons's Race Is No Contest
  • SCOUTING; One of a Kind
  • SCREEN: 'GREMLINS,' KIDDIE GORE
  • SEAGRAM CO LTD reports earnings for Qtr to April 30
  • S.E.C. CHIEF CAUTIONS ON LEVERAGED BUYOUTS
  • SEMTECH CORP reports earnings for Qtr to April 30
  • Senate Sets Permanent Form For Indian Affairs Committee
  • SIGMAFORM CORP reports earnings for Qtr to April 30
  • SIKH CHIEFS: FUNDAMENTALIST PRIEST, FIREBRAND STUDENT AND EX-GENERAL
  • SIKHS PROTESTING RAID ON SHRINE; 27 DIE IN RIOTS
  • Sony U.S. Plant
  • SOUTH'S ACID RAIN FOUND INCREASING
  • SPORTS OF THE TIMES; NOT USED TO JUST ONE HORSE
  • SPORTS PEOPLE; 7-Foot-1-Inch Boxer
  • SPORTS PEOPLE; Belated Title Nearly three weeks after the Big Ten Conference track and field championships, Wisconsin was declared the champion yesterday. The decision, reached after a telephone
  • SPORTS PEOPLE; Comings and Goings X-rays of the right wrist
  • SPORTS PEOPLE; A Doug Rader Fan The Texas Rangers are deep in last place, a standing that produced speculation recently that
  • SPORTS PEOPLE; Errors in Geometry
  • SPORTS PEOPLE; Little League Assault Oklahoma authorities have filed an assault charge against a Tulsa man accused of hitting a Little League umpire over a disputed call in a game May 17. The
  • STAGE: 'DANNY AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA'
  • STANFORD'S CENSURE ON PLAGIARISM LEADS MEDICINE CHIEF TO QUIT POST
  • STATEN ISLAND, A 'WILD WEST' IN THE CITY
  • STATE TIES BACKING OF PARK PROJECT TO PRESERVATION OF BROOKLYN JOBS
  • Stationat Astor Place Slated for Restoration
  • STEWART & STEVENSON SERVICES INC reports earnings for
  • STOCKS END MIXED IN SLOWER TRADING
  • Sucking In Money - and Imports
  • Sullivan, No Gilbert
  • Summary of Meetings Held By Seven Nations Since 1975
  • Summit Protesters Demand More Help for World's Poor
  • SUMMIT TALKS HAVE IMPLICATIONS FOR EARLY VOTING IN EUROPE, TOO
  • Surf Is His Turf
  • SWALE AND GATE-DANCER HEAD SO-SO BELMONT FIELD
  • Taiwan Trade Surplus
  • Talking Businesswith DiBona of the Petroleum Institute ; Ways to Raise Energy Supply
  • TAX PANEL DENIES CITY BID ON DATA
  • THE CITY ; ; Addabbo Can Run In G.O.P. Primary
  • THE CITY ; ; D Train Derails In Brooklyn
  • THE CITY ; ; U.S. Latin Policy Protested by 400
  • THE CLOSING OF POWER MEMORIAL IS MOURNED AS A DEATH IN FAMILY
  • THE EVENING HOURS
  • The Gamble in the Golden Temple
  • THE REBIRTH OF PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
  • THE REGION ; ; 3 Crewmen Saved As Tug Capsizes
  • THE REGION ; ; Mrs. Winikow Leaving Senate
  • THE REGION; One-Vote Tally Raises Suspicion
  • THE REGION ; ; Restarting Delay At Salem 2 Plant
  • The U.N. Today June 8, 1984
  • Topics Fiscal Embarrassments
  • Transactions
  • TRANSMATION INC. reports earnings for Qtr to March 31
  • TV WEEKEND
  • TV WEEKEND; 'SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE': A GRAMMARIAN CUTS UP
  • Two Roosevelt Sons In Normandy Graves
  • UNION CHIEF DEFENDS GRUMMAN BUSES
  • UNITED TIRE & RUBBER CO LTD reports earnings for Qtr to March 31
  • UNIVERSAL RESOURCES CORP reports earnings for Qtr to April 30
  • Unocal Oil Find
  • U.S. MILITARY CREATES SECRET UNITS FOR USE IN SENSITIVE TASKS ABROAD
  • U.S. PAPERS TELL OF '53 POLICY TO USE A-BOMB IN KOREA
  • U.S. Sikhs to Protest Today in Washington
  • Utility Eases Seabrook Pinch
  • WEEKENDER GUIDE
  • WHAT D-DAY MEANS FOR TODAY'S YOUTH IN EUROPE: THE MOOD'S ARE MANY
  • WHEN POLITICAL MATTERS WANDER INTO SPOTLIGHT
  • WHITE PLAYWRIGHT, BLACK OFFICER'S TALE
  • WILEY, JOHN & SONS INC reports earnings for Qtr to April 30
  • WILTON ENTERPRISES INC reports earnings for Qtr to April 30
  • YANKS GET DENT FOR FARM
  • 14 Seized on L.I. In Cocaine Ring
  • 5 Are Arrested In Phone Fraud
  • 7 LEADERS DECLARE POLITICAL VALUES AT ECONOMIC TALKS
  • '84 SUMMER TRAVEL EXPECTED TO RIDE A CREST
  • 9 Extra Votes Provide a Victory
  • A Bomb, Fifth Since May 31, Is Found in Chicago's Loop
  • ABOUT NEW YORK; SIDE WALK CAFES FLOURISH AMID HONKS AND FUMES
  • AIDES ASSERT HART SEEKS TO MINIMIZE DISCORD IN PARTY
  • A March for Jobs In East New York
  • AMERICAN ELECTROMEDICS CORP reports earnings for Qtr to April 28
  • AMERICAN STORES MAY PARE JEWEL BID
  • AMTRAK TRAIN DERAILS IN PHILADELPHIA, INJURING 36
  • ANSWERS TO QUIZ
  • AROUND THE NATION; Eight Children Killed By Fires in 2 States By The Associated Press
  • AROUND THE NATION; Nevada Jury Convicts Man of Killing Two
  • AROUND THE NATION; Two Virginia Murderers Captured in Vermont
  • AROUND THE WORLD; 2 Foreign Priests Reject A Pardon From Marcos
  • AROUND THE WORLD; Beating at Police Station Cited in Polish Death
  • AROUND THE WORLD; State of Emergency Declared by Peru
  • AROUND THE WORLD; U.S. Scientists Call Off Talks With Russians
  • ASSAULT ON SIKH'S SHRINE: A THORN REMOVED BY MRS. GHANDI?
  • ASTRO-MED INC reports earnings for Qtr to April 28
  • ATLAN-TOL INDUSTRIES INC reports earnings for Qtr to April 28
  • AT LEAST 16 DIE IN 49 TORNADOES; TOWN IN WISCONSIN IS DEMOLISHED
  • A.T.& T. SEEKS COST CUT AT BIG UNIT
  • BankAmerica
  • BANKERS CAUTIOUS ON BUYOUTS
  • Beacher
  • BECK POSTS 69 TO RETAIN LEAD
  • BGS SYSTEMS reports earnings for Qtr to April 30
  • B.I.S. Chief To Leave
  • BLACK LAWMAKERS WILL MEET WITH JACKSON IN A DRIVE FOR UNITY
  • Blast Takes Title
  • BOMB DISCOVERED ON PERON PLANE
  • BOOKS OF THE TIMES; SPIES AND PLOTTERS
  • BRANIFF INC reports earnings for Qtr to April 30
  • Braniff Posts Loss in Period
  • BRIEFING
  • BUSINESS DIGEST
  • CAMPAIGN NOTES; Absentee Votes Deprive Hart of Jersey Delegate
  • CAMPAIGN NOTES; Feminist Candidate Asks For Matching Funds
  • CAMPAIGN NOTES; G.O.P. Leader Predicts Close Race in November
  • CAMPAIGN NOTES; Idaho Congressman Denied a New Trial
  • CAMPAIGN NOTES; Kirkland Bars Advice On Any Running Mate
  • CAVENHAM, USA, INC reports earnings for 12 wks to March 31
  • CORRECTION
  • CELTICS TROUNCE LAKERS AND LEAD SERIES, 3 TO 2
  • CessnaToldtoPay $30 Million in Suit
  • Charterhouse
  • China Goal Up For Car Output
  • China Weighs Investor Law
  • CITY BALLET: PREMIERE OF 'BRAHMS/HANDEL'
  • Coast Vice Drive Nets 100
  • Collaboration on Science
  • COMPANY BRIEFS
  • COMPANY NEWS
  • CONGRESS; TEEN-AGE DRINKING VOTE: CRUSADER IS 'DELIGHTED'
  • CONSUMER SATURDAY; A 'BOUNTY' FOR UNSAFE GAS VALVES
  • COURT HALTS SALE OF THE BOOK 'EATING TO WIN'
  • CREDIT MARKETS ; Short-Term Rates Edge Up
  • CUOMO AND LILCO
  • CURRENCY MARKETS ; Dollar Mixed in U.S. After Rising in Europe
  • DAIRY MART CONVENIENCE STORES reports earnings for Qtr to April 30
  • DANCE: BALLET THEATER OFFERS MIXED PROGRAM
  • Data General Court Appeal
  • DE GUSTIBUS; A RARE SUMMER OF LUSCIOUS FRUIT
  • DEOMCRATIC OFFICIALS SEEK TO ASSURE HART AND JACKSON ONDELEGATES ISSUE
  • DETECTION SYSTEMS reports earnings for Year to March 31
  • Dow Slips 1.19 Points; Volume Sharply Lower
  • EAGLE'S BATTLE FOR SURVIVAL
  • EATON VANCE CORP reports earnings for Qtr to April 30
  • Eleanor Roosevelt in '39
  • ELECTRO AUDIO DYNAMICS INC reports earnings for Qtr to April 28
  • EVERDING RULES OUT MET OPERA MANAGER JOB
  • Flood Damage Putat$40.8Million
  • FLUID WORK HOURS URGED FOR DAY CARE
  • FOR MRS. REAGAN, A DAY FOR CHILDREN
  • FOWLER HAMILTON, 73, IS DEAD; DIRECTED A.I.D. FOR KENNEDY
  • FRENCH JOIN CEREMONY FOR GERMAN WAR DEAD LA CAMBE, France, June 8 (AP) - Officials from France and West Germany gathered today to honor German soldiers who died trying to hold back the Allied forces
  • FRIEDMAN INDUSTRIES INC reports earnings for Qtr to March 31
  • FROST & SULLIVAN INC reports earnings for Qtr to April 30
  • FUTURES/OPTIONS ; Soybean Prices Fall; Pork Bellies, Cattle Up
  • GANE ENERGY reports earnings for Qtr to March 31
  • GOING OUT GUIDE;
  • GRAND UNION CO reports earnings for 12 wks to March 31
  • GROMYKO AND IRANIAN MEET ON U.S. MOVES IN GULF
  • Gross Sets Mark
  • HAMILTON TECHNOLOGY reports earnings for Qtr to April 30
  • HEAD OF H.U.D. TELLS GRADUATES THAT PERSEVERANNCE PAYS OFF
  • HENRY SCHLANGER
  • Henry Street 'Rigoletto'
  • HISTORIC MANSION IS SETTING FOR TALKS
  • H.K. Porter Offer
  • HOUSE PANEL BACKS BILL ON IMMGIRATION FOR ACTION MONDAY
  • HOUSTON NATURAL GAS CORP reports earnings for Qtr to April 30
  • INDEBTED NATIONS MAKE THEIR POINT IN LONDON
  • Inquiry on Counterfeit Parts
  • INSURANCE BROKER DISMISSES TRADERS
  • INTERPHASE CORP reports earnings for Qtr to April 30
  • ISALY CO reports earnings for Qtr to April 30
  • IT'S MCENROE AGAINST LENDL
  • It's Not The Beach, But It'll Do
  • IVY LEAGUER IN THE RING
  • Jayjia Hsia Wed to Robert M. Shaplen
  • John Fary, a Daley Ally, Dies; Served 7 Years in U.S. House
  • JOHN R. BOTT
  • JOURNAL SETTLES LIBEL SUIT FOR $800,000
  • JUDGE SEEKS REPORT ON DRUG INFORMER'S CALLS
  • Key Rates
  • AUNTICIPATION
  • LA-Z BOY CHAIR CO reports earnings for Qtr to April 28
  • Leader of Italy's Communists Is in 'Very Serious' Condition
  • Letter: On Free Speech ; Pornography and Legislated Morality
  • NAILS FOR A MANHATTAN NEIGHBORHOOD'S COFFIN
  • NEW YORK ALLIES OF SOUTH AFRICA'S OPPRESSED
  • NEW YORK ALLIES OF SOUTH AFRICA'S OPPRESSED
  • NEW YORK ALLIES OF SOUTH AFRICA'S OPPRESSED
  • Looking for Loopholes at OSHA
  • PRIME MINISTER BOTHA'S 'MACABRE CHARADE'
  • WORLD TRADE TROUBLES BROUGHT ON BY THE U.S.
  • MAN IN THE NEWS; BRITAIN's LOGISTICAL RINGMASTER: NICHOLAS JOHN BARRINGTON
  • MENCKEN MONUMENT SPURS 'FRENZIED PIFFLE'
  • MET STREAK AT FOUR; YANKS WIN IN 11TH ; METS 4 EXPOS 1
  • MET STREAK AT FOUR; YANKS WIN IN 11TH; YANKEES 4 BLUE JAYS 3
  • MRS. DOLE TO PROPOSE SELLING DULLES AND NATIONAL AIRPORTS
  • Nancy Rosenbower Weds
  • NATIONAL HARDGOODS DISTRIBTORS INC reports earnings for Qtr to April 28
  • NATIONAL MINE SERVICE CO reports earnings for Qtr to March 31
  • NCH CORP reports earnings for Qtr to April 30
  • NEW CITY OFFICE SET TO SUPERVISE GREENBELT PARKS
  • NEW ISRAELI PARTY APPROVED
  • NEWS SUMMARY; SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1984 International
  • NEW YORK; CORRUPTION IGNORED
  • NEW YORK DAY BY DAY
  • NEW YORK DAY BY DAY
  • NEW YORK DAY BY DAY
  • NEW YORK DAY BY DAY
  • NEW YORK DAY BY DAY
  • New York's Water To Get Taste Test
  • NICHOLS, S E, INC reports earnings for Qtr to April 28
  • Nixon's Tapes to Stay Closed
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  • OBSERVER; IS THIS HEARTBURN OFFICIAL?
  • OIL COMPANIES NAMED IN SUIT ON TOXIC WASTE
  • Oldfield Still Going, Battle After Battle
  • OLYMPIA BUYS STAKE IN CADILLAC
  • OPERA: BRITTEN WORK
  • ORBIT OIL & GAS LTD reports earnings for Qtr to March 31
  • Otasco Buyout Accord Signed
  • PEDAGOGICAL MECHANICS: OF PHYSICS, FUN AND THE ETERNAL BATTLE AGAINST ENTROPY
  • PENINSULA RESOURCES CORP reports earnings for Qtr to March 31
  • PENN TRAFFIC CO reports earnings for Qtr to April 28
  • PHILLIES SWEEP 2 FROM PIRATES
  • POLITICS; MONDALE WON, BUT MANY FAVORED BRADLEY
  • PRINCESS CAROLINE HAS CHILD;
  • PROFESSIONAL INVESTORS CORPORATION reports earnings for Year to Dec 31
  • Quotation of the Day
  • RAPID-AMERICAN CORP reports earnings for Qtr to April 30
  • RECORDS OF PRESIDENTIAL TRANSITION FUNDS RELEASED
  • REPORTER'S NOTEBOOK: HUNT FOR A WORD TO SET THE TONE
  • Residents Oppose Project in Queens
  • RIO GRANDE DRILLING reports earnings for Qtr to April 30
  • Ruppert Jones Back in the Swing
  • Sale Adviser Set At Punta Gorda
  • SATURDAY NEWS QUIZ
  • SATURDAY SPORTS Baseball
  • Scholarship Suit Settled
  • SCHOOL AID TO CHICAGO BACKED
  • SCOUTING;
  • SCOUTING;
  • SENATE VOTES TO DELETE $4 MILLION FOR TWO U.S. BASES IN HONDURAS
  • SIKHS DEMONSTRATE IN WASHINGTON
  • SIKHS IN TEMPLE HOLD OUT: MORE VIOLENCE IS REPORTED
  • SOUTHLAND GUILTY IN BRIBE TRIAL
  • SOVIET CHARGES A.P. REPORTERS WITH CRIMINAL ACTS
  • SPLIT OVER U.S. BUDGET DEFICITS RUFFLES THE OVERALL HARMONY AT LONDON MEETING
  • SPORTS OF THE TIMES; A ROMANTIC LONG SHOT
  • SPORTS PEOPLE; A Chance for Thomas
  • SPORTS PEOPLE; Cabanas SidelinedThe Cosmos will be without two of their stars when they play the division-leading Sting in Chicago tonight.
  • SPORTS PEOPLE; Jones Replaces Johnson
  • SPORTS PEOPLE; Lapointe Retires
  • SPORTS PEOPLE; Lemieux No. 1 Prize
  • SPORTS PEOPLE; Pacillo Joins Reds
  • SPORTS PEOPLE; Turner Eyes U.S.F.L.
  • Stars Clinch Title
  • Steel Import Curb Fought
  • STEINBERG MAKES 2 OFFERS FOR DISNEY
  • Sunstates-Treco
  • Swale Is Top Belmont Choice; Early Speed Is a Factor
  • Tax Fraud Conviction
  • TECHNODYNE INC reports earnings for Qtr to April 28
  • TEXT OF DECLARATION BY SUMMIT CONFERENCE
  • THE CITY; 2 Youths Drown Off Randalls I.
  • The Facts of Real Life
  • THE TALK OF BRIGETOWN; ALL BARBADOS IS ABUZZ OVER 10 STORY SKYSCRAPER
  • The Talk of Rochester
  • Times Sq. Walking Tour
  • TRAFFIC BUREAU LISTENING POST IN BROOKLYN HOME
  • Transco Denies Houston Gas Link
  • Transit Police on Trial
  • T.V.A. Battling Mosquitos
  • TV NOTES; ROLE OF NETWORKS IN ELECTION RESULTS
  • T.W.A. to Rehire
  • TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY DISTRIBUTION reports earnings for Qtr to March 31
  • uf6116 Iraq Says Its Aircraft Hit Two Ships in Gulf
  • U.S. NEWS SAID TO BACK OFFER FROM ZUCKERMAN
  • U.S. OFFERS EXPLANATIONS FOR DEFICIT, BUT THE SKEPTICS SEEM UNCONVINCED
  • U.S. WINDS UP WAR GAMES IN HONDURAS
  • WALLACE ARMSTRONG URGED FLUORIDATION AS CAVITY PREVENTER
  • Your Money; Buyout Offers For Odd Lots
  • 1,300 GET DEGREES FROM PACE
  • 13 Food Outlets Cited by City For Violations of Health Code
  • 30 REBEL LEADERS SEIZED IN NAMIBIA
  • 3d World's Food Needs Seen Growing by U.S.
  • 7 SUMMIT LEADERS PLEDGE TO ASSIST DEBTOR COUNTRIES
  • ABORTION OPPONENTS SEE REAGAN AS 'CLEAR-CUT' CHOICE IN CAMPAIGN
  • ABOUT LONG ISLAND
  • A BRITISH FLURRY DOWNTOWN
  • ACCIDENTS STIR DEBATE ON ULTRALIGHT AIRCRAFT
  • A 'CHATEAU' WITH A VIEW TO MATCH
  • A CHEESE LOVER'S TOUR OF FRANCE
  • A CULINARY HIGHLAND FLING
  • Additional titles of interest:
  • Adele Brown Marries Dan S. Nelken
  • A FEMINIST OFFENSIVE AGAINST EXPLOITATION
  • A FOCUS ON U.S.
  • Aide to Cuomo Is Appointed
  • AID TO RETARDED FACING A DISPUTE
  • ALLIED MAKES CHANGES
  • ALLIED'S LONGTIME CHIEF: THOMAS M. MACIOCE; VAGUE FRUSTRATIONS OF A RETAILING CAREER
  • Amy Stover Becomes Bride
  • AN AVANT-GARDIST TAKES ON A STAID ITALIAN FESTIVAL
  • ANTIQUES VIEW; FANS ARE HISTORY'S SOUVENIRS
  • A PORTRAYAL OF ALCOHOLISM IGNITES 'UNDER THE VOLCANO'
  • ARCHEOLOGISTS FIGHTING A GREEK ROAD PROJECT
  • Architecture
  • AROUND THE GARDEN;
  • AROUND THE NATION; Borrowed Zoo Monkeys Removed From Atlanta
  • AROUND THE NATION; Eclipse Watcher Suffers A Loss of Her Vision
  • AROUND THE NATION; Lottery Jackpot Winner Faces Bad Check Charge
  • AROUND THE NATION; Satellite Out of Control After Florida Launch
  • AROUND THE NATION; Top State Court to Hear Plea of Prisoner on Fast
  • AROUND THE WORLD; Food Prices Are Raised In the Philippines
  • AROUND THE WORLD; France Accuses Three Of Having Spy Contacts
  • AROUND THE WORLD; New Finance Minister Takes Office in Bolivia
  • AROUND THE WORLD; Striking Coal Miners March in Edinburgh
  • AROUND THE WORLD; Swazi Queen Replaces Four Top Officials
  • ART; A NEW CARTER EXHIBITION AT THE LAFAYETTE COLLEGE CENTER
  • ARTISTS PUT 'WEALTH' IN A BANK OF SLIDES
  • ART VIEW; PART OF WHISTLER'S WORLD SHIMMERS AT THE FREER
  • A TALE OF FOUR CORNERS
  • AT RADIO FREE EUROPE, A FEW CHANGES OF PACE
  • A West German Breaks World Decathlon Mark
  • A WRITING ODYSSEY THROUGH INDIA PAST AND PRESENT
  • Bandits Triumph, 42-24
  • BANKS: THE AMBASSADOR OF TRIPLE JUMP
  • Barbara Baer Is Wed On S.I. to Law Student
  • BEAUTY; WORKING OUT AT HOME WITH ALL THE COMFORTS OF THE GYM
  • BECK'S LEAD FALLS TO 1 ON A 70
  • BEIRUT IN U.N. PLEA ON ISRAEL PULLOUT
  • Bell Sets U.S. Mark in Vault
  • BEST SELLERS June 10, 1984
  • Bolivia Seeks Diaries
  • BOOKS
  • BOXING FOR THE BIG TIME
  • BREAKERS COACHED BY THE GOLDEN RULE
  • BRIDGE; TRANSFER BOOM
  • BROOKLYN FIGHTER GAINING AT TRIALS
  • BULGARIA HIRED AGCA TO KILL POPE, REPORT OF ITALIAN PROSECUTOR SAYS
  • BUSINESSES REVIVING OTIS SITE
  • A CORRECTION
  • CALIFANO SAYS HE DID NOT EXPECT HAIG TO PAY FEE
  • CAMPAIGN NOTES; Low Vote Predicted In Maine's Primary
  • CAMPAIGN NOTES; Mayor of Providence May Be Ruled Off Ballot
  • CAMPAIGN NOTES; Mondale Told His List Should Include Iacocca
  • Carl Little Is Wed To Miss Beaulac
  • CARLTON AND PHILS TOP PIRATES
  • Carroll B. Crane, G. W. Yandell 3d Exchange Vows
  • CORRECTION
  • CORRECTIONS
  • CORRECTIONS
  • CELTICS CONFIDENT OF SUCCESS
  • CHESS; WHEN A GAMBIT IS SPECULATIVE
  • CHILDREN'S BOOKS
  • CHLDREN TRY HAND AT CARTOONING
  • CITY BALLET: DREAMS
  • CLIMBING TO A PALACE IN THE DESERT
  • COGENERATION JARS THE POWER INDUSTRY
  • Collette M. Reifers Weds Henry S. Huidekoper 2d
  • COMPUTER BUSINESS LURES TEACHER
  • COMPUTER-TAMPERING BILL PASSES IN ALBANY
  • CONCERT: JOY SIMPSON SINGS
  • CONGRESS SEEKING ACCORD ON MEDICAL AID FOR POOR AND ELDERLY
  • CONNECTICUT GUIDE
  • CONNECTICUT JOURNAL
  • CONSUMER RATES
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Harnischfeger Corporation Essay

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Harnischfeger’s corporate recovery plan was a four pronged approach that involved (1) changes in top management, (2) cost reductions to lower the break-even point, (3) reorientation of the company’s business and (4) debt restructuring and recapitalization. These changes at first glance appear to have allowed Harnischfeger to improve its financial performance from a net loss of $3.49 per share in 1983 to a net gain of $1.28 per share in 1984. In addition, Harnischfeger has appeared to have achieved a majority of its desired outcomes from each of its four changes as shown below.

• Harnischfeger’s desired outcomes from hiring a new COO and Vice President of Finance and Administration were to re-build investor and creditor faith in the…show more content…

It would also reduce the risk of price increases by negotiating future prices. As shown previously, Harnischfeger was able to successfully reduce its cost to sales ratio. Through targeting new growth, emphasizing the high technology portion of its business and developing the Industrial Technologies Group, would create new business and ultimately increase sales for the company, which is shown in its financials, a 24% increase in sales from 1983 to 1984.
• The desired outcome of its debt restructuring and recapitalization was to continue to receive credit from companies. After negotiations with its bankers, Harnischfeger was able to convince them to restructure its debt obligations into three year terms.

Although Harnischfeger’s appears to have achieved a majority of its desired outcomes from its corporate recovery plan, you will see from the following in-depth financial analysis that Harnischfeger’s outcomes are really a result of creative financial manipulation.

Question 2

a. Accounting Changes and the Effect to 1984 Reported Earnings

Accounting changes Effect to 1984 reported earnings
1. Change to depreciation method from straight-line to accelerated Increase to net income of $11.0 million
2. Change estimated depreciation lives on certain U.S.

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