Below are insider transactions for publicly held companies...

Insider Trading

October 18, 1999

Below are insider transactions for publicly held companies based in Maryland or having substantial operations here. Insiders are officers, directors or owners of 10 percent or more of a corporation's stock.

General Motors Corp.

John F. Smith,vice president, disposed of, by gift, 5,158 shares of common at an unreported price Sept. 21 and now directly or indirectly holds 47,050 Class H common and 216,549 common.

Harbor Federal Bancorp

John H. Riehl,director, exercised an option for 2,492 and disposed of, by gift, 1,000 shares of common at $9.66 each Sept. 2 and now directly and indirectly holds 33,699 common.

Martek Biosciences

Thomas C. Fisher,vice president, purchased 1,000 shares of common at $6.06 each Sept. 29 and now directly holds 52,505 common.

Jerome C. Keller,vice president, indirectly purchased 3,000 shares of common at $6.02 each Sept. 27 and now indirectly holds 3,000 common.

Henry Linsert,chairman, purchased 2,700 shares of common at between an unreported price and $5.81 each on Sept. 30. Linsert indirectly purchased 3,000 shares of common at $5.75 each Sept. 29 and now directly and indirectly holds 223,105 common.

Sandra Panem,director, purchased 1,000 shares of common at $5.91 each Sept. 30 and now directly holds 5,500 common.

York International Corp.

Stuart R. Amos,vice president, purchased 3,000 shares of common at $26.84 each Oct. 4 and now directly holds 8,105 common.

Helen S. Marsteller,vice president, purchased 450 shares of common at between $25 and $26.31 each Oct. 4. Marsteller now directly and indirectly holds 1,775 common.

Robert N. Pokelwaldt,director, purchased 3,000 shares of common at $25 each Oct. 4 and now directly holds 210,091 common.

John R. Tucker,president, purchased 4,000 shares of common at $25 each Oct. 4 and now directly holds 29,631 common.

Insider Trading is written by First Call/Thomson Financial of Rockville.

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