The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 10, 1997 · Page 14
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 14

Publication:
Location:
Salina, Kansas
Issue Date:
Saturday, May 10, 1997
Page:
Page 14
Start Free Trial
Cancel

B4 SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1997 M W H^MW HmM^B^I THE SALINA JOURNAL T WELFARE Economy helps shrink welfare rolls BRIEFLY Report cites policy changes by states, but economy is credited for 44 percent of caseload drops By LAURA MECKLER c Associated Press WASHINGTON — The booming economy is responsible for almost half a dramatic drop in welfare numbers nationwide, a White House report concludes. It poses the obvious question: What happens when the economy inevitably slows? The report released Friday by the Council of Economic Advisers also credits states that experiment most boldly with welfare changes, particularly those that punish recipients who don't participate in work requirements. "This study is further proof that welfare reform works," said Bruce Reed, President Clinton's chief domestic adviser. "It isn't just 'the economy, stupid." It's welfare reform as well." But the economy is responsible for 44 percent of caseload drops, according to the analysis of unemployment rates, welfare policies and caseload changes. It concluded that policy changes enacted by states under federal waivers account for 31 percent of the decline. The other 25 percent was unaccounted for, although administration officials credited policies such as expansion of a tax credit for the working poor. Low unemployment means more job chances for people leaving welfare, and the current economic expansion is already the third longest in history. Welfare rolls jumped during the 1990-91 recession and began to fall as the economy strengthened in 1993 and 1994. So what happens if the economy turns down? "We did not pretend when the president signed the bill that there were enough protections in an economic downturn," said Donna Shalala, Health and Human Services secretary. But she pointed out that federal payments to states are based on caseloads at their peaks, meaning states will have more money per welfare recipient than ever before. Many states are saving that money for an economic rainy day, she said. The report comes as states, freed from all but a few federal restrictions, take responsibility for creating welfare programs. The six- decade federal guarantee of aid for the poorest Americans disappeared when Clinton signed the welfare law last summer. States begin the task a step ahead. The number of people on welfare has fallen dramatically since peaking in 1994 — 20 percent nationwide and more than 40 percent in states such as Wisconsin and Oregon. But no one knows how long that will last — or what has happened to people who leave the rolls. Robert Rector, who analyzes welfare for the conservative Heritage Foundation, argues there is "virtually no relationship" between the economy and caseloads. In the booming 1960s, caseloads rose as welfare was expanded, and in the early 1980s, caseloads remained steady during a recession because eligibility standards were tightened. "Over the long term, anybody who knows anything about this can see the welfare policies are much more important than the economy in terms of reducing caseloads," Rector said. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE Name ADT AFLAC AGCO AMR AT&T s Aames s AbtLab AccuSltl AMD Aetna Inc Agnico g Ahmans AirTouch Albertsn AllegTeldy AldSgnl Allslale Alcoa Alza AmHes AmOnline ABrand AEP AmExp AGenCp AHome AmlnlG AmSId AmStores Ameritch Amoco AMP Analog s Anheus s AnnTayl Apache ApplMg ArchDan Ashanti AIIRich AIIRIch97 Auloliv n AutoDt AutoZone Avon s BBN Cp BJS BRE s BWIP BakrHu Ball BancOns BcSanlCh BkNVs BankAm BkBost BankTr Barnett s BatrettRs BarrickG BatIM! Baxter BayNlwk BeacnPr BearSt BellAtl BellSo BenelCp BentonOG BerkHa A BerkH B BestBuy BethStl Bevrly BlackD Boeing Borders s BorgWAu BosISc BostTech Boivalr BrMySq s BrwnFr BAEmb BurlNSF BrIRsc ButlerMlg CANTV n CIGNA CNF Tran CSX CUC Intl s CVS Corp Cabltrn s Cadence s Caliber CallGoll CmpR g CampSp s CdnPcg CardnlH s Caterp CentEn CenSoWsl Ceridian ChaseM Chse pll Checkpm ChesEng s Chevron Chryslr s Cliubb CINergy Circus CitzUtA CitzUtB ClaylH s CocaCE Cogniznl n Colemn i ColgPal ColHCA s CmpUSA s Comp«q CmpAsc s Dlv. PE Vol. Kit Chg. - A - A 8987 28 V4 + Vi .46116 3420 44 'At 1'A .04 13 3538 29'A + 'A 10 4359 92 S A — 'A 1.321037239 32% +% .13 421590 12 +1% 1.081 25 8347 62 Vi + % 32 7145 21'A + 1% 28786 45 + % .8023 9695 98 'A + Vi .10e 2634 11% +% .8829x2624 39% — 'A 6411221 24'A .64(17 7122 32V. — Vi .6420 3023 27 — % 1.0420 6890 73 W — Vt .96(14 5563 67 +1 1.00125 3967 71 Vi — 'A 25 5073 29 t % .6027 4860 50'A — Vi 10898 50 VI t 'A 2.018 2452 53% 2.4 13 4348 40 5 A 901811302 68'At1'A 1,416 3109 44% t% 1.6423x8706 71% + % .402018548129 —'A 17 4652 42 + Vt .6423 4625 46 —1'A 2.2616 6614 62% —'A 2.8 15 8666 85% + Vi 1.0421 4276 38'A —'A 28 9091 28% .9618 7297 42% 3698 24 t V. .2819 5295 34% t Vi 1030091 31% + 1 .20b 20 15549 18% -% ,40e 3494 12 a t Vt 5.70114 5811 146V. t1 2.23 4806 21% 9807 36 Vi t Vi .4627 6592 47% —Vt 20 8095 23 -% 1.26 26 3479 62 s ,i 1 1% • B • B 5016 28% 31 4424 51 + 1% 1.38 8 15485 24% — % .44 18 3462 17% — % .462612591 37'A + 1Vt .6018 4171 26'A— 1 Vi 1.52 13 17298 42 'A OTHER INDEXES ••fetflAB ]• • STANDARD & POOR'S 500 INDEX • •• ••••• STANDARD & POOR'S INDUSTRIALS |^|^P if jjj NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE OVER-THE-COUNTER EXCHANGE 7.1 69 .53 AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE CHANGE: +32.91 VOLUME HIGH: 7,1 96.02 NY SE 4 P.M. REVISED VOLUME LOW: 7,094.48 NYS E AFTER-HOURS VOLUME Stock data by The Associated Press N y SE CONSOLIDATED VOLUME Call COMMUNITY line TOTAL CONSOLIDATED ISSUES TRADED STOCK QUOTE /Category 9000 1S SUES LOWER IN PRICE FINANCIAL^/ Category 7500 ISSUES UNCHANGED 1 0 MOST ACTIVE STOCKS 824.78 +4.52 969.97 +4.84 429.23 +2.33 1335.05 +4.22 573.78 +2.83 455,624,300 1 ,035,800 540,725,910 3,356 1,545 969 842 NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE OVER-THE-COUNTER Name Volume Last Chg. Name Volume La«t Chg. Name Chryslrs 56940 31% % SPDR 25582 82% +9-16 Cisco PhilMors x50446 42% % PaxsnC 8075 10V> — 1-16 PrmLasr FordM • 46172 36% 1 EchoBay 7857 6 3-16 + Vi Intel Exxons x41458 57V. '/< IraxCp 653495-16 + 1-16 3Com Compaq 40368 94 !i 1% ViacB 6409 28% + % WorldCms PortglT 40330 40 Vi 1% SabaPets 5527 12V. — % Ceptiln IndoSatel 40184 29V. NY Times 4531 44 + 'A MlcroifU Entergy 37252 25% — % Viacom 45232813-16 + 9-16 PetsMarts AT&Ts 37239 32% % Haibros 4500 24 'A — V. ApldMat GnMotr 35659 57'A 1% RoyalOg 4485213-16 + 3-16 Ascend .42e 5550 14V. — % .9616 7942 41 'A + 1% CompScI 29 3569 71 'A— 1'A FordM 1.681946172 36 S A + t KlmbClk S .9621x7460 53'A + 1'A 2.441 15 17553 115ft + 2 Comsat .20m 3069 22%—% FrontrCp .8717 5127 17 + 'A Klmco 1.7220 2647 31% t% 2.04118 7386 75 + 1 ! ,t ConAgr 1.0957 3727 59 FrullL 19 3513 37% t'A KnlghtR s .8012 3356 41'A + 'A 4.011 4730 80'i +« Conseco s .1220 5100 4H* — Vi -G-G- Knoll n 29623 17% 1.0817 4352 50- — % ConEd 2,11016836 29'A GPU 2.00112 3764 34% + % Korea .60e 4837 12% 32 3122 32Vi— 1 CIIAirBs 6 5281 34 —'A GTE 1.881425632 42V. —'A Kroger • 20 3923 27'A t'A .1614615853 25V4 t !i Cooper 1.3216 5539 48« + 1 Gap .302010513 32Vi — % • L • L .05 9902 6'.t t'A CooprTr .3417 3697 22'A t'A GenElec 2.08 26 33887 1 16'A t Vi LCI Intl 2110345 19V. — % 1.134111149 46'A —'A CoramH 4028 2V. t Vt Genlnst 23 3161 23!t —'A. LSI Log 4126091 44% + 1'A 4518598 19V. — Vi Coreln .2413 115 16V. GnMill 2.12123 2544 63% + 'A LTV 1212 3008 13'A — Vi 1.852210690 30ft + % CoreStF 1.8817 3893 52 s ,l + 1'/< GnMotr 2.00835659 57'A + I'A LaldlwB .1625 3083 13% —Vt .60b 8 3322 32 » + Vi Corningln ,72b 59 4934 49Vi — % GM H 1.019 4791 53% — S A LehmBr 241129702 39% + 1 2.96116 7470 6Bft — % CorclCp s 81 2480 36% + Vt GenSlgnl 1.0215 4245 40% + 1 LlllyEII 1.4431 7929 90 +1% 1.441712175 44% +% CrmpKnl ,05m 29 2921 23'i + % GenuPrt s .9618 2923 33'A Limild .46112 5144 16V4 — V4 2.0813 1245 65% + Vi CwnConV 1.026 3054 55 Vt t Vt GaPac 2,029 3680 79'A LlvngClr 18 8231 37V. 11 2925 14 t% CypSem 4210778 15% t'A Gillette .8614510781 88 +1'A LockhdM 1.613 6064 90'A-1% 19 z 6039400—200 -D-D- GlaxoWel 1.31e20 5146 39% t% Logicon .2422 3122 50% t% 1 241316—4 DBenzrt 2503 3-32 GlobM 1418644 20'A t s ,i LoraISp 6633 14Vi t'A 2993 13?« — % DalSem ,1426 4153 39'Atl'A Goodyear 1.1212 4306 53'A — % LaLand .2422 3809 52 t'A 11092 9% — Vt Darden ,0821 3491 8 + % Grancre n 18914 9% t% Lowes .2222 5057 38V. + Vt 18 8679 14'A t'A DataGn 23 3131 22% t'A GrdCasn 3626 13'A LucasV n ,46p 6304 31 Vi t Vt .4815 3649 35% t V. DaytHud s .6423 4299 47% GtLkCn .64112 3703 44 'A + 'A Lucent .303215333 63% t1% 1.122622273 97'A + 'A DWDIsc s .5614 4601 39% t Vi GILkRE n 3634 16 Lyondl ,9012 9776 21% 26 4489 19% — % Deere .8015 5668 48'A + 1 GtWFn 1.066 4422 43Vt — % - M - M .6012 2831 46% t'A DeltaAIr .2010 4913 94Vt— 1% GreenTrF .301233196 29 t'A MBNA s .4824 5759 33% + 1'A 39 5480 50'A— 1V< OlaOff 39 3046 66V4 + 2 1 /. Groupe n 2491 6 'A —VI Magnal g 1.201 2798 54'A — Vi 50 5788 25V. + 1tt Digital 24188 32% + 1% Gucci .30p 11158 68 +4% Mallnckr .6614 4452 35%— 1 .8022 3602 46% + 5i Dlllard .1615 1162 31V. Guldant .0332 3464 72%+2'A Marrioll .36124 4247 55 'A —VI 1.5212314465 66V. Dl«ney .5313111589 82% +1 GllCda g 4927 8% t '/. MrshMc 3619 2910 122% t1% .68 5821 31 * % DollarG s .2029 4469 30 'A— 1% Gullslrm n 26 2560 28% t'A MascoTch .2036 2755 19 'A t V. 2744 IVi — % Dover .6815 3338 53'A t Vi -H-H- Mattel .28154 7806 29V. t % 1.214 5550 78% —'A DowCh 3.011 5996 B7'A — % HFS 36 6262 56 Mavesa n ,06e 5644 8 t'A .5518 4580 46V. t'A Dowjns .9621 3643 38'A— 1 Halbtn 1.027 7796 75% t2% MayDS 1216 4014 46'A .48111 28 33V. t'A Dressr .6821 6005 31 Vt t Vi Hanson n 16 2562 28'A + Vi McDerl .20 7625 23Vi + 2y. •C-C- DuPonl 2.52116 9608 108% + 1 Harman .2013 2641 38'A t'A McDnlds .302431839 53'A— 1'A 4825 33!* t% DukeP 2.1214 7190 45% + 'A HarrahE 15 5608 19'A +% McDnDg s 4816 5286 58 t1 3.3212 4159 169% 1 2% DunBrd s .8823 3670 26% — % Hllhsth s 28 6627 20V. — 'A MedParl 4926 18Vi + Vt .40b20 2480 29'A — % Dynatech 21 2849 34'A— 1'A Heinz 1.1623 6557 42% t'A Medtronic .3831 9603 67 + ¥. 1.0412 5332 48 t 'A -E-E- Herculs 1.013 4711 44%t1'A MeilonBk 2.64116 5221 64%t1% 58 5894 23V. —'A EMC 24 7160 39V. Hertz n 2952 29 — Vi Merck 1.6812722775 90% + 1'A .44b48 6400 47% —Vi EKodak 1.7624 8203 82 +1 HewlPk 5 .482128265 54%+1% MercFn 2 7740 1% 25 4431 36'A — '/. Eaton 1.76117 2471 78 t Vi Hibern .3214 8092 12Vi — % MerrLyn 160112 7274 100'A 1 1 V. 25 4632 34Vi Edisonlnl 1.01410131 22% HighwdP 1.922113543 31% t'A MIcrnT 3435180 37% t'A ,40m 2765 32% t y. Edwardt .72111 1055 37% -% Hilton s .323311845 28Vi MillenCh n 60 2802 18V. t'A .2818 3914 31% + 1 EDS .604418054 36 Vi HmeDep .2430 9205 58'A t Vi MMM 212124 6428 91 'A t VI 2474 V, EmnnEls 1.0622 5441 52% t Vi Hmstke .2032 7068 14% t'/< MirRsrt s 22 9792 22Vi +% .7735 4653 49'A t % EmpDIst 1.2615 114 17Vi + 'A HK Tel ,92e 16 4004 18% -'A Mobil 42419 6064132% + '/. .46 3686 26'A Emplca ,08e 18 4781 15 t'A HoslMar 5545 17%-% Monsan s .64130 9490 44% + 1'A .1036 2531 56 +1 EnrgyGp n 3307 33'A + 1 Houshlnl 1.5616 3528 69 +1'A MorgSt .8010 3775 65'At1% 1.613 6159 96V4+2V. Enron .9017 5007 40% t'A Housllnd 1.511 6879 22% -Vi Morgan 35214 8897 101 'A- % .8012 2898 10% t'A EnrnOG .1224 4214 20%-% Humana 29 3680 21% -'A Mortnlnt n 4551 3 %-% 1.7411 4779 21 '/.-'A ENSCO 27 5358 45 'A t 1 'A . |.|. Mo | 0ro | a 48 34 26178 62 t 1 Vi 15 3367 35 -'A EnsExp 7355 9'A t'A IBP .1013 5611 23'A t '/. Myan 16 26 361 1 ?3« 2.4811227766 97 'At 2 Entergy 1.8093725225%-% ICN Phm .3219808221 -2% .K IN 1.98 6597 25'A -'A Equitax .35123 2675 29%-% IMC Glo .3219 2714 36% +% NCR Cp n 6164 30Vt + Vt .01025 4039 14H t'A EqtCos .2053 5054 29% IkonOHSol .1627 7550 28%-% NabisH 62 343 41 Vt t'A 23 5827 16'A t% EverestRe .16114 2576 32'A t% IndoSatel .72e 40184 29% NatlCllv 16415 3655 50V4 1 Vt 2.32117 9213 71 Vi t% ExcelCm 25 2475 18Vi + 1 IngerRd .6216 3994 52 +% NMedia 24 3789 BVt 1.60656940 31% t% Exel S 1.2810 4549 44% t'A IBM 1 .601 1 5 29368 1 67 'A t'A NlSorrJ 19876 27Vt + 1* 1.16118495658 t '/. ExIdeCp .0841 500 18% + % InlGame .12 16 4753 ?7 -Vt NatnsBk s 1 32 14 S Io% + 8 11 H2? %, +5/S E " ronS l - fM " 8 " ! "' 58 «"' 'W "ilPap 1.03912318 44* -Vi Star 30 2478 11 'A -'A " ""' 27 ' - F - F • Iomega s 3632190 18% NwbNk s 3462 34 'A —V. .75114 4819 '9!, -Vi Fann°MM 84172?022 42 'A V It ' rVin6AP ' M622 3483 25W ~' /k N8W<M - M " 3066 36 * + W ' ? nflU 17?? ITS * FH>Ti PlC 3 J, 3 ,o ™2i; oo JLGs - 0212 3052 13vi *'''' NewsCorp ,09e 14 2701 16% t'A .0814 3727 13 s ,. -4. FdHmLn 5 .40119 7084 32V. t% JRiver .6022 9026 33% NewsCp pi 23e 3034 15% t'A .4016 4147 49V. ,% FdHL pIC 3.06 3880 49%-1V, Johnjn s .8812714770 61%t1% NiaMP 16 2574 8% + % -j6 43 34162 65Va t% FedMog .48 2861 29'A + '/• JohnCn s 8617 3072 40% t'A NlkaR R .in 91 9117R co i/, .301 3531 58% -Vt FedrDS 28 11490 35 » -% JonesAp s 26 3221 43 t % SL ?S 3849 33W -» .1223 3917 33% + 1% FtBkSy 1.8617 3222 80 t Vi JrnlReg n 5274 14 NobW 1622 3819 40% + 1 6697 17 li +% FChlNBD 1.6 13 8008 59% 1 1 'A - K - K- Nob aDr 141076118%+% 2.20(26 4334 111J, t'A FslOala s .082610108 36". -'/. Kmart 2719905 13 ->/, Nokia «9e 3750 63M •"'MS '?v "1 F 6 !,^ 8 ,1 4 ,?i 1™ 48 ~ V " KNE "»V 1.0818 345 »'/.-% NoffV iwm 58 % t'A 23 ,?o ?7u~x c, c 5 " 85 '* + 1vi KinPlpSn 2.413 64 28'A -'A Norwest 1.21715995 52% +% i 4216 17% +-A FleetFnc 1.815 5651 62'A t'A KCIyPL 1.6227 644 Z8V. +% Nucor 40119 4624 65H-1 i.in?«l I.* \,l c, " 9 -!! 24 . 2125 16Vl *' A Kell °99 '-6637 3409 71% t Vi NuevEn 18 4566 41% + 1'A inJ!????? ?™ v I H\ 76 S'??i? 60 ' /> + 1 ' / ' Killwood - 6016 "7 24H -VI Nycomedn X13786 14V. t'A .102412533 53% t V. Foodmk 18 3295 12% t% Keycorp 1.66116 4041 53% 1 1 Nynex 2.3618 6603 52% -Vt Volume Last Chg. 134724 81% + % 128708 14 +3 116449 159V4 + V. 88254 38 7-16+ 1-16 66230 25'A +7-16 83761 13 —7 72990 116V. + Vt 72797 11'A + 11-16 58722 63 1-16—5-16 53658 49% — V. - 0 • 0 - Oakleys 20 5139 954 Oakwoods .04 14x3426 21 OcclPet 1.0 13 8710 23'A OllcDpt IB 7260 15 Ollicmxs 23 3500 12 'A Olslen .28 14 3407 17% Oryx 12 5272 21% .p.p. PECO 1.8 10 7327 20'/t PG&ECp 1.215 7817 24 PNC 1.48 1419163 41 'A PacilCp 1.08 13 4420 20% PalnWeb .60 10 4700 35% PallCp ,5620 3894 23% PanEnergy .9618 4711 46% ParkDrl 24554 9 PaylSn 17 3064 45 Vi Penney 2.14121 4678 48>A Pennzol 1.019 2510 53'A PepsiCo .5013832721 36'A PelrlGeo 16 2597 39 ft Plizer 1.363211507 98 PharUpi 1.082416122 32% PhilEnvg 16140 12% PhilMors 1.616x50446 42Vi PhlllpiEl ,85e 50 2347 55% PhilPet 1.36(15 5128 41% PllgAPr .82 2605 10 PitnyBw 1.621 2756 66% PlacerD .30 12949 19 PortglT ,80e2440330 40% Praxair .44 23 2449 51 7 A PrIIOF .88 2517 12Vi ProcIGm 1.82611160132 Providn 1.1 12 3568 56!i PSvNM .68(11 4126 17V. PPrlT .721 6451 8 'A • Q - Q - QuakrOat 1.14 3714 40U • R • R - RJRNab 2.0511 6587 30» RJRpIC .60 6090 6 'A Raythn .60 14 4379 46'A RdrDg 1.8 12 3382 23 FldgBale 1912962 23% Reebok .30 18 2668 38 Repsol 1.36e 13 2573 4 1'A ReyReys .3219 3010 21% RnnPI ,58e20 4557 33'A RiteAld .8027 3727 47% Rockwl 1.1619 4035 67 ! A RoflCmg 2997 5'/« RollinE 2972 2V. Rowan 26 7500 19 'A RBScprF 2.13 2748 24'A RoylD 5.78e18 5580187% Rubrmd .6026 9506 25'A • S - 8 • SBC Com 1.7911612299 56% Safeway 22 7562 45 Vi Stjude 16 2552 35 'A SallieM 1.761613456121% Salomn .64 13 5972 54% Sir«Ll» .8421 5879 41% SchrPI 1.52124 5616 82 Vi Schlmb 1.531 10898 1171k Schwab .2026 2453 37 SclAtl .0647 4254 17 'A Seagate s 1725027 51% Seagram .6638 5161 38% S«ri .921511141 49'A SecCapAn 1.56 15 3590 21 Vi SenHgh .89 2481 9'A SvceCps .3026 3655 34Vi Shoney 21 2579 5% SllcnOph 8582 15% bimonDeB 2.02130 6830 29% SmlhBc 1.62e39 3273 82 'A + Vt Sonat 1.0822 4165 57% —'A SonyCp ,46e 3185 78'A 1% Solhbys .4022 2849 15% — % SoulhnCo 1.3 13 10619 21% SwslAirl .05M8 5813 265t — Ti Sprint 1.0 17 3093 «V< — % StdCm .611 9 2525 16V. 'A SloneC ,60| 7229 10V. —'A StorTch 12 3391 37 + Vt StrldeRl .20 6366 13 + 'A SunaplE 3.10 3020102V. + 'A Sunbeam .04 2895 31V. Sunstrd .68 24 2541 49!4 — % SunMn 11 4491 'A SUnimrcn 8989 17 7 A Sysco .6021 3879 33'A — Vi • T • T • TIGHd .6012 3022 28 Vi + V. TJX .40120 4203 47 +1 TVX Gld 4550 6Vi t '/. Talbots ,36 13 3223 25 — % Tambd 1.8420 3003 47 Tandem 20 5588 13Vi Tandy .80 2456 51 TA — Vi TelBrasI 1.84e 26856 124'A t !i TelArg 1.03e26 6296 33'A + 'A TetefEsp !,85e23 3089 82 +1Vi TelPerun .58e 3440 24% + % TelMex 1.31e 19211 42'A + 'A TmpGIb .60 385177-16 + 3-16 TenelHIt 71 5991 26Vi — % Tennco 1.2 18 2515 41 * + % Terdyn 49 7571 35'A —'A Texaco 3.413 7059 110% —Vi Texlnsl .666723713 94ft +% TexUtll 2.1 11 7077 36'A + 'A TherEls 24 3161 32V. —'A Thorlnd .1211 66 22 + Vi Tldwlr .6017 5632 38 'A t 'A TlmeWarn .36 13895 43 7 A — % Tosco s .2413510831 34 + 1 V. ToyRU 17 4248 28% — Vi TransHosp 3925688159-16 + 1-16 Transocn ,2426 2828 63 'A + 1% Travelrss .601522709 55 — TA Trlarc A 1184 18'A —Vt Tribunes .6419 2713 43'A— 1 Vi TrizecHhn ,121 2516 21 7 i + '/. ' luppwren .00 14 OOUD aor. — '/t Tycolnt .2026 5410. 62'A + 'A U • U ~jj UAL 12 4026 73% — Vt , USWest 2.14 13 7717 34% — % * /? USWM 9723 17% —VI USAWste 27 9489 34% —'A _y, USFG .20 10 4271 20% + Vi USTInc 1.62111 4191 27% —'A USXMar .7614 6782 27% — % USXUSS 1.00 9 1842 30Vi — % — % Unicom 1.60 8 4429 23% —'A + ">i UnlNV 3.29e25x5757 201 % + 3Vi UCarb .7511 3640 49 + % * (' UnPacs 1.7217 4630 65V. — % + '' UPacRs .2019 5446 28'A — Vt t . Unisys 8146 6% + % + ) UHlthCr .033019981 50% —'A — 14 US Airway 612597 33 ~1'A + 'A US Fillers 44 4464 28%-9-16 + 1% US Inds 17 2447 36 + V. + 1% USSurg .1621 3480 33'A +% + » UnTechs 1.24121 5010 77'A t'A + % Unocal .801413280 42% + 1Vi —'{' UtIIICo 1.7610 839 26 —'A \y. • V - V • 'jj VFCp 1.5216 1183 75'A — % Valero .5228 3238 35 'A + V. + % Varco 26 2812 25% + Vt t % Vencor 21 5030 37V. + 1% Vivra 2613782 34 'A + Vi + % Vodalone ,89e 30 2745 46 + 7 A *2 WMXTc .641613204 30% —'A + ' A Wachovia 1.615 3182 59'A + 1 ,. WaltUrt .27)2225794 29 — '/. + '" Walgreen .48 28 2932 46 + % u Warnaco .32133 2615 29% WarnL 1.52136 6341 99% +% + % WellsF 5.224 396227454 + 4% + % Wendys .24 18 3329 22% + % — % WDigill 1614107 70'A + 1'A + Vt WtlnRei 2.10f 13 425 31 + * WttgEI .20 33277 16'A — % + 1 ^ Wllllimit 1.0421 3754 46 + Vi + * WIscEn 1.54114x10095 24« + 'A 5 Wolwlh 17 5125 21% +% i! Wrlgley .76129 3156 58'A + 'A -% • x - x - t Vt Xerox s 1.28118 7509 64 'A + 'A u . V . V . — it + 1% + v. — Vt + Vt + Vt YPFSoc .6013 7164 28'A +% • Th4 IWi: The listslnclude local Merest stocks. *f*ri are boWaced, and the day's mosl actively traded slocks. • FootrwtM: i - also extra or extras, b - annual rale plus slock dividend, c - liquidating drvtaid. t . *.? iteclarodorpaidhlhepast12monlhs.l-declaredM **;* pak) alter B «ock dividend or split. |- paid Ms year, + 1 •> dividend untied, delened or no action taken al last — % dividend meeting, k- declared or paid Ws year, an ac+ Vi cumulahva Issue with dividends In mean, n - issued + 4% within Itw past 12 mmthir- declared or (Hid in trw — 'A pasl 12 months plus slock dividend, l - spit or slock dividend ol 25 percent or more wtti the pasl 25 weeks. + 4., l-poldhstoahpasllZmmltepliisslKkdividend, _ , , vl - company h bankruptcy or receivership or being ,, reotganaod under the bankruptcy act, or securities as;' sumed by such companies, wd-wnen distributed. «l * - «mentasued.»w. with wanants. xw - *ilhout warrants. I - Indcates single share lotals ralhsr than t 'A hundreds, x .. mews M anyone buying this 'e*-drvi- + Vi derrf slock on the day ri question will nolrecelva the + 'A most recent dividend, y.lrxlalis tingle share tolals + Vi 'or ei-drvidend slock. OUER-THE-COUNTER EXCHANGE AMEX Kim Adaptec t AefobeSy Advanla AdvantB Allera Amgen AppleC ApldMal Arakis Ascend Atmel AuraSy Autodesk I3MC Soil 5 Biogen i UioLase Borlnd dostCnk BrigExp n CascCrn Centocor Coptiln CrimlSh Chiron 5 Ciico Clarify Come sp Olv. K Vol. Lul Chj. 4014185377-16 t 'A .201928620 43% — M .44 11 18304 27'A 11'A .531016542 25Kt2 43 20019 52'A t 16-16 ,01p 23 16742 60% — V. 16819 17% t % 255872263 1-16—5-16 10500 3 15-1611-64 5753658 49 W — H 1416091 27tt t Vt 13262 2 t 19-64 .2444 13760 39 Vi t >A 3313457 50 —% 4325271 34*it1*i 11815 5V1 11'A 696 6 U 22 29262 22 t '/, 1180287-16 30529 34*. t % 12996 31'A t V, 83761 13 —7 S341 5Ji t 1-16 6020804 19'A —'A 37 134724 6 Hi t Vt 31 11792 13'A—3-16 .09 9136 16'A — t. CnsFrtC n Costco CreTcLId Cyrix Cp DellCpt s Discreet Duckwill ElcArt ErlcTel FaiUnl RnLlne a ForoSys s FtHowrd ForteSfl GCR Hid n Gartner Gale2000 Gemstr Gyrnbroe Hadco Imatrn Inlormx Ink-seek n InloDv Intel Intel wl Inlelect Intuit 9832 1 1 % t Vi 26 25530 32 , % 2321074 19V. t V. 1410825 22 343714492 13-16 + 1-16 11130 I4'/. +7-16 10 864 13'A t Vi 31 9211 30 +5-16 ,33e 16460 34V. + % .0248 1028 43% -% 1225449 9U -'A 3931508 16 t Vi 17 23151 43% t 'A 40 14069 13% t 'A 2.48891282711.64-5-64 93 9234 27 V. +2 Vi 18 15345 62'A — '/< 2814036 I5ti t -,, 19 907223!* -15-18 12661 53'.j*1% 11109 2 V. --7-32 14320 8Vi + 7-32 9491 5% ~>i 10599 13'» t % 223 116449 159 'A + li 16934 I16'b )• 'A 416004 5-16 f 1 8-16 11469 23*. + % Komag Loehmann LniSSIk MCI Maxim McAfee Mentor MenlGr UtuAIr MIcronEI Mlcroifl « NaihF Nelacpe Novell Novlus Omnlpolnt Oracle OxfordHII PacilCB PalrTch s ParrnTch PelsMarl s PicTel PrmLasr PLas WIA PLas wtB PrdeP( Oualcom 21 10467 33% t Vt 912532 6'A —It 13 6237 21 t3-10 .052216989 37'A 31 9521 58% t % 55 9781 59H t 'A .1021 18539 22M —% 16202 7% t 'A 12 693 6 45-6415-64 2314427233-16-1 6-16 (172W011BVi t % .72110 1t3 17H t % 23932 32%t1% 25 17141 6 17-32 1617514 82% t 2'A 21984 11'At1 4047261 43'A 46 12916 64 !i — 1% 33 8977 77'A—1 4433476 24 Vi — 1% 35 1609244 11-16—15-16 88 72797 11'A t 11-16 159807 12 7-16-1-16 128700 14 t3 23200 12'At5'A 30753 5* t2 13-16 18 11605 I7« + Yj 9222 5 Hi — »i Quantum RatnSft t RaadRI Replnd t S3 Inc SUplll Starbcks SunMIc s SyOstTc TeleComA Tellabi t Teva 3Com TtlWrld t Ty»on i UMBFn US BcOR US Robt 5 VLSI VetCtArn Volvo WorldCm a XavrCp n XlllHX Zilolb 1931514 46'A 12549 16% t',i 22059 27V» —Vi 16687277-16—7-16 11 15324 11% t'A 3221048 20% t'A 40 10871 28%—1-16 1946662 30'A —'A 2132625-32—7-16 1.2512021369 14H t% 41 28929 45Vi-1 11-16 ,27e42 10125 59)i t2% 22 88254 36 7-18 11-16 105701 3-64—1-64 .1034 2811 K t Vt Wo nl 1.24 19 9871 59 S A t « 2733795 66 -Vi 14387 24V2-9-16 17978 13 t2»e .558 12099 27)i 66230 25 Vt t7-!6 18494 1-16-1-32 4) 16886 67Vi t % 17022 20 t I 3-16 Himi Alrmgd t Amdhl AExpl Ampex Aprognx BAT Ind BemaQoltJ CanyonRs ColLb OevnE EchoBay Editek EIPasoE Equlsure n FAusPr GST Tele GelchGId GlanlFd GWSIarfl GroyhndL HalterM n Harken Hasbro i Hearx Identix 1.076 Dlv. PE Vol. Lul Chg. 1438 6 -1-16 2860 6»—3-16 1222 mi tV. 18 2087 6« —'A 2484 3-1611-32 994 17 13-16 t % 4418 7V4t7-16 17062 15-1615-16 1630 14H—3-16 .2023 1551 35'A —« 785763-16 tVi 1625 7-16—1-16 12 115669-16 32 924 13% ttk .84 224993-16 9306 15-16+ 1-16 1814 43 tlVi .78123 1308 32Vi — Vt 2993 9ii t Vi 17443 15-16 t '/, 24 3337 21 113-16 1604 4V. ,3216 4500 24Vi -V. 1076 1 15-16 1268 9 t W 1059 6 3-16 1 6-16 6534 9 5-16 1 1-16 1Vtt1-16 Inlerdlg IvaxCp JTSCorp 3852 Keonee 58 2329 KeyEng 24 915 14Vt t Vi Melromda 1926 9V< t Vi MSNIk97wt 957 4'A— 1% Naborj 25 3394 20H t 'A NY Times .60 42 4531 44 + 'A PLCSyi 132618 1-16 1 16-16 PaxsnC 6076 10H— 1-16 PegGId 4404 7 5-16 1 11-16 RoyalOg 4485213-16 + 3-16 SabaPel s 32 5527 12V1 — % SPDR 1.4le 25582 62ttt9-16 SPMId 1.53e 108851 57-64 —V. SubstAbus 1277 1'A 1 1-16 ThCars 2715 24'/«— 1'A TmEco s 20 1079 14*i TotlPel .30 29 9Vi — '/, TWA 197573-18+1-16 Unimar 2.45e 1297 5% 1 1-16 USBIoscI 939 10'A Viacom 45232813-16 + 9-16 WacB 6408 28 Vi + U XCLLId 3351 7-32+1-32 Topeka Goodyear workers back on job TOPEKA — About 1,900 Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. workers in Topeka have returned to their jobs. The plant resumed operations at 7 a.m. Friday, with workers returning to their usual shifts. Al Workman, president of Local 307 of the United Steel Workers of America, said Friday there were three areas of concern: • The change from a three-year to a six-year contract. • The addition of the three Kelly-Springfield plants to the master agreement. • The fact that there were very few changes to wages and benefits. The workers struck April 20 over job security and wages. The plant makes tires for 18- wheeler trucks and for dump trucks used in mining operations. UAW approves contract to end Chrysler strike MADISON HEIGHTS, Mich. — Members of the United Auto Workers at a Chrysler Corp. engine plant ratified a new three-year contract Friday, ending a month- long strike that had halted most of the automaker's truck production. The vote was 1,009 to 182. The strike by 1,856 workers was the longest at Chrysler in more than 30 years. The walkout forced Chrysler to shut down North American pro- duction of Dodge Ram and Dakota pickups, Jeep Grand Cherokee sport utility vehicles, Dodge Viper sports cars and Dodge Ram vans — some of the company's most profitable vehicles. More than a dozen parts plants in the United States and Canada cut back output, at one point idling more than 23,000 workers. The strike is expected to cost Chrysler at least $300 million in second-quarter profits. Suit alleges pharmacies are ripping off millions WASHINGTON — Two national drug store chains have billed Medicaid for millions of dollars in undelivered prescriptions, according to lawsuits filed by a pharmacist for one of the chains. Several states are probing the allegations against Eckerd Corp. and Walgreen Co., according to the pharmacist and state officials. Mark Schlein, director of the Florida Attorney General Medicaid fraud unit, said his office is conducting a "broad-based inveSr tigation of pharmacy practices" that has extended beyond Florida to other states. Louis Mueller, a pharmacist from Palm Harbor, Fla., says he sued because company officials : ' ignored his complaints that pharmacies regularly fill only partial prescriptions but bill Medicaid for the full amount. From Wire Service Reports MARKETS KEY RATES Daily key rates Irom The New York Times Prevloue Year Friday Day Ago 8.50 8.50 8.25 5.00 5.00 5.00 PRIME RATE DISCOUNT RATE FEDERAL FUNDSfx) 3-MO. TREAS. BILLS 6-MO. TREAS. BILLS 10-YR. TREAS. INF(xx) 10-YR. TREAS. NOTES 30-YR. TREAS. BONDS TELEPHONE BONDS MUNICIPAL BONDS(xxx) 5,44 5.02 5.23 3.57 6.66 6.89 8.05 5.83 5.66 5.06 5.29 3.59 6.73 6,93 8.02 5.85 5.20 4.99 5.08 N.A. 6.74 6.92 8.03 6.11 (x) Estimated dally average, source Telerate (xx) Realized dollar amount rises with Inflation (xxx) Municipal Bond Index, The Bond Buyer Salomon Brothers and Telerate (or Treasury bellwether bonds, notes and bills. LOCAL BRAINS Friday, May 9 Wheat Scoular, Sallna $4.54 Carglll, Sallna $4.55 Continental, Sallna $4.55 Farmway, Belolt $4.25 DeBruce, Clay Ctr. $4.38 Cooper, Colby $4.24 Midland, Hays $4.29 Decatur, Oberlln $4.21 Agco, Ruisell $4.30 Farmers, Stockton $4.24 Corn Mllo Beana — $4.67 — — $4.66 $8.74 — $4.67 — $2.57 $4.13 $8.57 $2.56 $4.29 $8.54 $2.67 $4.07 $8.29 — $4.17 — $2.60 $4.07 — — $4.18 — $2.54 $4.11 — CHICAGO GRAINS Futures Trade: trading Friday on the Chicago Board of Open High Low Settle Chg. 5,000 bu minimum; cent* per bushel WHEAT May Jul Sep Dec Mar May Jul Dec Jul 407 411 416 430 430 386 407 415 421 432 433 386 403 410 417 426 429 V4 384 405 413% 420 431 433 406 386 395 367 5 4% 5% 5% 4 'A CORN May Jul Sep Dec Mar May Jul Dec Jul Dec 289 'A 285% 271 % 270 'A 275 Vi 280 283 268% 270 292% 288 'A 273% 272 277 % 281 285 272 270 289% 285 'A 270 266% 275 'A 279% 283 268% 270 292 288 273 271 % 277 261 285 272 261 270 t 4 t 3'A t 3% t 3 + 3% t 3'A t 3 t 3 Vt t 2 OATS May Jul Sep Dec Mar 174 163% 160% 160% 164 'A 174% 165Y4 162 'A 162% 164 'A 173 163 'A 160% 160% 164 'A 174% 165 'A 162 161 « 164 'A t 1 'A t 2'A t 2 t 1 % t 1 'A SOYBEANS May Jul Aug Sep Nov Jan Mar May Jul Nov Jul Nov 887 'A 665 857 764 'A 710 71 5 'A 720 'A 720 724 669 'A 894 'A 890 861 765 712 717 721 'A 721 'A 724 669 'A 886 'A 882% 853 'A 762 706 'A 714 719 720 722 668 894 'A 889 861 764 711 71 5 'A 721 11 721 'A 724 669% 684 'A 643 t 7 t 5 t 6 Vt t 1 % t 2'A t % t 3 t 3 t 4 9 head 384 Ib 87.00, 450-500 Ib 82.75-84.50 (84.24), 550-600 Ib 79.00-85,00 (80.83), 7 head 776 Ib 72,50, 800-850 Ib 68.00-71.00 (70.16); large 2 Holsteins: 6 head 445 Ib 67.50, 450-500 Ib 68.00-68.85 (68.75), 2 head 700 Ib 62.00, 800-850 Ib 60.00-62.75 (60.65), 7 head 939 Ib 58.00, 3 head 993 Ib 57.25. Feeder heifers (figures In parenthesis are weighted average prices) medium and large 1:300-350 Ib 87.0088.00 (87.58), 350-400 Ib 76.00-85.00 (79.76), 400-450 Ib 76.00-78.50 (77.44), 450-500 Ib 75.00-80.75 (77.86), 500-550 Ib 76.25-84.25 (81.30), 550-600 Ib 74.2580.00 (77.26), 600-650 to 76.00-80.25 (77.86), 650-700 Ib 71.00-74.85 (74.12), 700-750 Ib 69.50-74.00 (72.71), 750-800 Ib 68.75-72.85 (70.55), 800-850 Ib 66:6069.85 (67.21); full/fleshy: 650-700 Ib 69.00, 700-750 Ib 67.75-69.25 (68.80); medium and large 1-2: 450-500 Ib 70.00-75.25 (72.61), 500-550 Ib 71.00-74.00 (72.04), 550-600 Ib 73.25-74.00 (73.56). Baby calves: beef breeds, 65.00-210.00 (132.00) per • head. Helferettes: 7 head 50.00-66.00 (58.71). ' ; Slaughter cows: boning utility and cutters 1-3, average dressing 36.00-40.50 (37.25); high dressing 42.0047.00 (42.56); low dressing 32.00-35.00 (33.90). Slaughter bulls: yield grade 1-2; 43.00-46.75 (45.25) ST. JOSEPH LIVESTOCK Market quotations Friday: Estimated slaughter hog receipts: 500. Compared to Thursday, barrows and gilts 25 cents higher; 1-3 230270 Ib 57.50-58.00; 2-3 270-290 Ib 56.00-57.00; 2-4 290-310 Ib 54.00-55.00. Sows steady to 1.00 higher, advance under 500 Ib; 1-2 300-500 Ib 49.00; 1-3 500550 Ib 50.00; 550-700 Ib 51.00-52.00. DODGE CITY LIVESTOCK Market quotations Friday: Trade moderate. Slaughter steers and heifers steady. Inquiry and demand moderate. Sales confirmed on 5,600 slaughter steers and 1,400 slaughter heifers Thursday. For the week to date 97,600 head confirmed 20,800 head or aboaut 21 percent previously contracted or formulated cattle. Sales FOB feedlot net weights after 4 percent shrink. Slaughter sleers: select and chocie 2-3 1125-1250 Ib 69.00. load 68.00. Slaughter heifers: select and choice 2-3 975-1100 Ib 69.00, load 68.00; pen select with end choice 68.00; OMAHA LIVESTOCK Market quotations Friday: Hogs: 500; barrows and gilts 50 higher; U.S. 1-3s 230-260 Ibs. 59.50; sows steady to 1.00 higher; 350650 Ibs. 50.00-53.00. Cattle and Calves: None. Sheep: None. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK Futures trading Friday on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange: Open High Low Settle Chg. CATTLE 40,000 Ibs,; cents per Ib. KANSAS CITY GRAMS Wheat futures Friday on the Kansas City Board ol Trade: Frl: Open High Low Settle Chg. WHEAT 5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel May 457 463'A 457 457 Jul 438 445 433'A 434'A Sep 439 44 PA 435 435'A Dec 448 446'A 442 443 , , Wheat 15,893 bushels: 2 cents lower to 6 cents higher; No. 2 hard 4.63-4.711/2n; No. 3 4.42-4.701/2n; No. 2 red wheat 4.11-4.671/2n; No. 3 4.00-4.661/2n. Corn 0 bushels: unch to 41/2 cents higher: No, 2 white 3.00-3.10n; No. 2 yellow 2.801/2-2.863/4n; No. 3 2.601/2-2.853/4n. No. 2 mllo 4.63-4.74n. No. 1 soybeans 8.751/4-8.891/2n. Hoppers 76.00-78.00, SAUNA WEEKLY LIVESTOCK Market quotations from Thursday's sale al Farmers and Ranchers Livestock Market, Sallna, as reported by the U.S. Department of Agriculture: Compared with last week: receipts 1,681; last week 1,528; last year 2,072. Feeder steers 400-600 Ib mostly steady to 1.00 higher with Instances 2.00-3.00 higher, 600-900 Ib steady to 1.00 higher. Feeder hellers 350-550 Ib steady, 650-850 Ib 2.00 higher, 650-850 Ib steady to 1.00 higher. Slaughter cows steady. Trade active. Demand good. Receipts 71 percent (1334) 600 Ib and over, 25 percent (468) 600 Ib and under, 46 percent (78) cows and bulls. Feeder steers (figures In parenthesis are weighted average prices) medium and large 1: 3 head 323 Ib 107.00, 350-400 Ib 95.00-100.00 (96.92), 400-450 Ib 89.00-97.00 (91.79), 450-500 Ib 86.00-91.76 (89.00), 600-550 Ib 87.25-93.50 (89,50), 550-600 Ib 880093.50 (91.37), 600-650 Ib 85.00-87.50 (86.72), 650-700 Ib 79,50-87.00 (84.88), 700-750 Ib 74.50-80.50 (76.95), 750-800 Ib 73.50-76.00 (75.14), 800-850 Ib 72.6076.60 (74.88), 850-900 Ib 71.25-75.60 (73.04), 9501000 Ib 67.50-68.75 (67,88); bulls: 550-600 Ib 79.0079.50 (79.17), 600-650 Ib 70.75-78.00 (71,49); full/fleshy: 5 head 781 Ib 71,00; medium and large 1-2: Jun Aug Ocl Dec Feb Apr 64 65 68 70 70 72 .85 .30 .67 .47 .82 .60 66. 66. 69. 71. 71. 73, 15 40 52 20 47 10 FEEDER 50,000 May Aug Sep Oct Nov Jan Mar Apr 74 76 76 76 78 78 78, 78 ,05 50 .15 .30 .05 .90 ,70 .85 Iba 75, 77, 77, 77, 79, 79. 78. 78. .; 35 57 30 50 00 80 80 87 64. 65. 68. 70. 70, 72. 77 12 60 37 75 60 66. 66 69. 71 71, 73, 10 .37 47 ,17 .42 10 + 1 + 1 + + + + .27 .07 ;?? .70 .60 ,42 CATTLE cents 73. 76. 75. 76. 77. 76. 78. 78. per Ib. 97 10 65 10 90 90 70 80 75, 77. 77, 77, 78. 79. 78. 78. 15 40 27 45 95 ,60 70 80 + 1 + + 1 + \ + + + + .20 ,'97 ,02 .07 ,'BO .67 .30 '.50 HOGS :, 40,000 Jun Jul Aug Oct Dec Feb Apr Jun Jul Aug Ocl 84 86 83. 75 72. 71 67. 71. 70 67. 64 95 12 80 .97 90 ,22 15 70 .50 25 ,90 Ibs 85. 86. 84, 76, 73. 71, 67. 72, 70, 67. 64, .; 50 65 12 30 20 25 70 00 50 25 90 cents 84. 85. 83. 75. 72. 70. 67. 71. 70. 67. 64. per Ib. 75 77 40 70 75 95 10 70 20 00 90 65. 86 83. 76. 72. 71. 67. 71. 70. 86. 64. 00 .12 55 07 92 17 62 75 20 90 90 + ^_ + — __ ^ t 1 .15 .25 .07 .02 .07 .07 .05 .20 •15 .90 GOLD Fortlgn - Hong Kong late: $344,65 up $2.00; London morning fixing: $344.80 up $1.05; London afternoon fixing: $345.85 up $2.10; London late: $346.00 up $2.1 SL Paris afternoon fixing: $343.73 up $3.62; Frankfurt flx< Ing: $344.50 up $3.49; Zurich late afternoon: $346,30 up $5.60. • " Domestic - NY Handy & Harman: $345.85 up $2.10; NY Handy & Harman fabricated: $363.14 up $2.20; NY Engelhard: $347.09 up $2.11; NY Engelhard fabricated: $364.44 up $2.21; NY Merc, gold epot month close Frl. $348.30 up $4.50; NY Republic National Bank 4 p.m. Frl. $347.75 up $4.36. SHEER Handy & Harman silver Friday $4.870, up $0.045; Fabricated $5.357, up $0.049; The bullion price for silver earlier In London $4.8325, up $0.08; Engelhard $4.890, up $0.065; Fabricated $5.379, up $071; NY Merc sliver spot month Friday $4.843, up $0.022, Oil Petroleum cash prices Friday as compared with Thursday prices: Fri. Thur. West Texas Inlerrned $ per M lot) 20.43 20.33 From Staff and Wire Reports

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free