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Corbin Times Tribune (Newspaper) - April 6, 1990, Corbin, Kentucky The times Tribune Friday april 6. 1990 a 5 futures Chicago a it a future trading on tha Cal Cag it Board of Trado thursday Opan High Low last chg. Wheat 5.000 by minimum dollars Par Bushel May 3,70 3.72�?T/4 3.67 3.70 .00 /4 jul 3,45 3.45 /4 3.42 /4 3,44y4 a ooh a sap 3.50 3.51 3.46 3.50 �?,00�?T/4 Dac 3.6274 3.62v4 3.607i 3.62 �?.0074 mar 3.66 3.68 3.66 3.68 �?,00 /4 Way 3.62 �?,00�?T/4 wed s Salas 26,163. Wad s Opan int 51,583, off 1,186. Corn 5.000 by minimum dollars Par Bushel May 2.68 2.70% 2.67% 2.70% .02 jul 2.70% 2.72% 2.69v4 2.72% .01% sap 2.64% 2.65v4 2.63% 2.65v4 .oov4 Dac 2.61% 2.82% 2.59v4 2.82% .00% mar 266% 2.68 2.65% 2.68 May 2.70 2.70% 2.70 2.70% .00% jul 2.72 2.72% 2.72 2.72% �?.00% wad s Salas 54,809. Wad s Opan int 245,208, up 3,552. Oats 5.000 by minimum dollars Par Bushel May 1.52 1.52% 1.50% 1.52% .00% jul 1.60% 1.60% 1.58% 1.60% -�.00% sap 1.65 1.65% 1.64 1.65% �?.00% Dac 1.72% 1.72% 1.71% 1.72% �?.00% mar 1.79% 1.79% 1.79% 1.79% �?.00% wad s Salas 1,830. Wad s Opan int 11,251, off 17. Soybeans 5.000 by minimum dollars Par Bushel May jul aug sap nov Jan mar May wad wad 5.90% 6.05 6.09 6.09 6.14% 6.25 6.35% 6.41% 5.97 6.10 6.14 6.13% 6.19 6.29% 6.40 6.46% 5.90 6.03% 6.08% 6.08 6.13 6.24 6.34 6.41% 5.96% 6.09% 6.14 6.13% 6.18% 6.29% 6.40 �r.05% a .05 a .04% a .03% a .03% .04% a .04 6.46% �T�.04% a Salas 36,983. B Opan int 117,384, up 309. Markets at a glance new York apr markets at a Glanca thursday As of 4 30 . Naw York Stock exe Hanga 701 and Vancata 743 Dahl Las most act Lva tandem Citra 22% 4% Salas 144,170,000 Index 187.15 0.16 Bonds $39,480,000 Markan Stock exe Hanga 262 advances 278 Dahl Las most act Lva Sal Nik a93cwt 3% a Salas 15,830,000 Index 361.23 Bonds $3,380,000 Chicago what mostly Lowar. Corn mostly higher. Oats Mixad. Soybeans higher. Wheat Kansas City apr wheat futures on the Kansas City Board of Trade thursday Opan High Low Settle chg. Wheat 5,000 by minimum dollars Par Bushel 3.68% 3.69% 3.51% 3.52 3.56% 3.56% 3.66% 3.66% �?.01 �?.01% 3.66 3.67% 3.48% 3.50 3.54% 3.55% �?.01% 3.64% 3.65% �?.01% 3.69% �?.00% May jul sep dec mar wad s Salas 4,291. Wad is Opan int 16,687. Cash Grain Kansas City to. A what 35 cars 2% Lowar to 1% higher no. 2 hard 4.03-4.03% no. 3 3.90-4.15n no. 2 Rad what 3.90-3.99n no. 3 3.79-3.98n. Corn 62 cars unch to 1% higher no. 2 White 2.85-2.95n no. 2 yellow 2.55% -2.62% a no. 3 2.35% -2.61% n. No. 2 Milo 4.15-4.28n. No. 1 soybeans 5.78-5.87% n. Hoppers 69. 00-70.00. Board of Trade Chicago apr soybean futures closed slightly higher thursday on the Chicago Board of Trade amid Export speculation while Grain futures finished mixed in a relatively quiet session. Soybean exports from Brazil to Europe have bean slowed by confusion Over economic reforms launched last month in the South american country prompting space nation that importers May turn to the United states to meat their needs. In other Export developments analysts said the soviet Union is rumoured to have bought recently As much As 1 million metric tons of Corn. They said some of those purchases May have been reflected in agriculture department announcements this week of a total of 220.000 metric tons of . Corn sold to unknown destinations. By Law the us a must report Export Salas of at least 100,000 tons of Grain. Joel Karlin a Grain Market analyst with research department inc. In Chicago said the soviets May have made other purchases in amounts smaller than 100,000 tons. Wheat futures fell slightly alter three Days of Strong gains linked to fears of a weekend freeze in the . Winter wheat Region and concerns about tight deliverable supplies. At the close of trading wheat Lutes were % cent to 2% cents Power with the contract for delivery in May at $3.69 a Bushel Corn was 1 cent lower to % cent higher with May at $2.69 a Bushel oat were Cento 1 centlowerwlthmayat$1.52 a Bushel soybeans were unchanged to 3 cents higher with May at $5.94 a Bushel. Wall Street new York apr Stock prices drifted through a mixed session thursday altar a rumoured financial storm in Tokyo failed to materialize. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials which had been Down 17.34 Points wednesday Rose 1.80 to 2,721.17. Declining issues slightly outnumbered advances in nationwide trading of naw York Stock Exchange listed stocks with 703 up 744 Down and 540 unchanged. Volume on the floor of the big Board came to 144.17 million shares against 159.54 million in the previous session. Nationwide consolidated volume in nose listed issues including trades in those stocks on regional exchanges and in the Over the counter Market totalled 175.91 million shares. Prices of . Stocks pulled Back on wednesday amid talk that the battered japanese Market might be he with a fresh wave of Selling overnight. As it turned out. Tokyo Stock prices did decline sharply in Early trading but than recovered most of their losses. Analysts said that calmed some fears that pressure on stocks in Japan might soon Start to exert an increasing influence in other markets around the world. But at the same time brokers said traders in this country were proceeding carefully in Advance of Friday s monthly report on the employment situation. Estimates in the financial world Call for an increase of perhaps 150,000 to 180,000 in nonfarm payroll employment for March which would be considerably smaller than the gains reported for january and february. Among japanese issues traded on . Exchanges. Matsushita electrical climbed 7% to 144% Kyo Cera 3% to 100 Hitachi 7% to 104%and Honda motor 1% to 23%. Tandem computers led the Ketive list Down 4% at 22%. The company said revenues for the fiscal Quarter that ended last weekend fell Short of its target. Bank stocks were also notably weak faced with what analysts described As the Prospect of a Long and arduous review by government regulators of lending practices in the Industry. 1% to 26% first Chelca Gol to 29 citizens amp Southern corp. 1% to 25% Bank of Boston 1% to 12% manufacturers Hanover 1% to 30%and Bank of new York 2% to 31%. Gainers among the Blue Chip industrials included Philip Morris up % at 41% american Telephone 8 Telegraph up % at 41% coca cola. Up % at 77% International paper up % at 51%and general electric up % at 63%. As measured by Willshire associates Index of More than 5,000 actively traded stocks the Market lost $4.37 billion or 0.13 percent. In value. The nose s composite Index of All its listed common stocks slipped .16 to 187.15. Standard amp poor s Industrial Index Rose .03 to 396.06, and sap s 500-Stock compose Index was Down .36 at 340.73. The Nash a composite Index for the Over the punter Market lost 2.00 to 433.42. At the american Stock Exchange the Market value Index closed at 361 23. Up .11. Commodities Petroleum futures prices fell sharply thursday on the new York mercantile Exchange dropping Lor the third straight Day amid perceptions that gasoline and crude Oil supplies Are outstripping demand. West Texas intermediate crude Oil futures settled 26 cents to 43 cents lower with the contract for delivery in May at $19.43 a barrel heating Oil was .71 cent to 1.16 cents lower with May at 53.31 cents a gallon unleaded gasoline was 1.05 cents to 1.71 cents lower with May at 63.29 cents a gallon. Soybean futures surged into the close of trading on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat futures settled % cent lower to % cent higher with May at $3.70 a Bushel Corn was % cent lower to 2 cents higher with May at $2.70% a Bushel Oats were % cent lower to % cent higher with May at $1.52% a Bushel soybeans were 3 % cents to 5% cents higher with May at $5.96% a Bushel. Copper futures extended their losses on new York s commodity Exchange. Livestock Louisville by. Apuada a estimated receipts cattle and calves this week 4,435 weak ago 4,555 year ago 5,005. Compared to last week Slaughter steers and heifers steady to 1.00 lower. Slaughter cows steady. Slaughter bulls steady to 1.00 higher. Feeder steers under 500 lbs. Closing the week firm to 1.00 higher Over 500 lbs. Unevenly steady with continued Good demand for thin fleshed offerings. Feeder heifers closed the week unevenly steady. Percent of Supply Slaughter steers 4, Slaughter heifers 2, Slaughter cows 16, Slaughter bulls 1, feeders under 600 lbs. 60, Over 600 lbs. 16, replacement Stock cows 1. Slaughter steers Choice including prime 2-3 1050-1250 lbs. 74.75-77.00 couple packages 1138-1237 lbs. 77.40-78.50 mixed select and Choice 2-3 1,050-1,175 lbs. 73.50-75.00 Lew select 2-31,020-1,150 lbs. 67.50-71.50 holsteins mostly Choice 2-3 1 300-1550 lbs. 66.40-67.90, couple head 68.50 Standard and select 2 940-1155 lbs. 62.50-62.90. Slaughter heifers Choice. Including prime 2-4 950-1,150 lbs. 74.10-76.30 couple pens 1,003-1,065 lbs. 76.80 few mixed select and Choice 2-3 1,000-1,100 lbs. 73.00-73.25. Slaughter cows breaking Utility and commercial 2-4 51.00-55.00 boning Utility 1-2 51.50-55.75 High dressing 57.00-59.50 Cutter 1-2 49.00-51.50 few canner 39.25-41.50. Slaughter bulls yield Grade 1 1,200-1,800 lbs. Indicating 78-80 carcass boning percent 64.50-68.50, few indicating 81 percent 1,500-1,975 lbs. 68.75-69.75 yield Grade 2 1,200-2,435 lbs. Indicating 76-78 percent 60.00-65.00. Slaughter calves and dealers few Good and Choice 350-500 la. Calves 71.00-85.75. Feeder steers medium and Large Frame 1 230-250 lbs. 119.00-120.00 305-400 lbs. 109.50-112.50, few thin fleshed 120.00-121.75 400-450 lbs. 102.75-111.00 few herefords 430-445 lbs. 91.25-96.00 450-500 lbs. 97.75-102.75 500-600 lbs. 87.80-97.75 33 head Charols is Cross 593 lbs. 92.45 600-700 lbs. 80.00-87.80 700-810 lbs. 78.75-80.70 835-975 lbs. Fleshy 69.25-73.25. Small Frame 1 400-500 lbs. 85.00-95.50 500-700 lbs. 71.50-86.50. Medium Frame 2 200-300 lbs. 102.00-114.00 300-400 lbs 94.50-110.00 400-500 lbs. 87.50-102.75 500-700 lbs. 78.00-91.50 765-775 lbs. 69.00-72.00. Large Frame 2 holsteins 285-380 lbs. 91.00-104.50 435-480 lbs. 87.00-94.50 500-585 lbs. 75.00-82.00 630-695 lbs. 70.25-75.50 705-740 lbs. 70.00-72.50 860-1020 lbs. 60.00-62.50. Medium and Small Frame 1-2 bulls 300-500 lbs. 82.00-96.00 500-700 lbs. 77.50-87.00. Feeder heifers medium and Large Frame 1 300-400 lbs. 94.00-103.50, thin fleshed 98.50-112.00 415-505 89.00-94.00525-555 lbs. 76.00-83.00 610-680 lbs. 72.25-78.75 few 770 lbs. 76.00. Small Frame 1 435-470 lbs. 83.00-85.50. Medium Frame 2 200-300 lbs. 92.50-109.50 300-400 lbs. 81.00 95.00 500-700 lbs. 72.50-87.00. Today a stocks new York apr midday stocks High Low last Amr corp 64% 64 64 Abbott labs 67% 67 67% Alcoa 61% 61 61% Abranda 65% 65 65% a Cyan 51% 50% -51-m Amarl Tach 60% 60% 60% amen Tarp 93% 92% 92% Amar Tat 41% 41% 41% Amoco 53% 52% 52% Barnat Taka 28% 28% 28% Ball Atlan 94% 94% 94% bal South 55% 55% 55% Bath Staal 19% 19% 19% boxing a 73% 73 73 Bola Caad 38% 38% 38% Bordan a 32% 32% 32% Cox up 34% 33% 33% crop wet 43% 43% 43% Champ int 28% 28% 28% Chevron 66% 67% 67% Chrysler 17 16% 17 cite soup 24% 24% 24% coca cola 78 77% 77% cold Palm 58% 58 56 come Edia 34% 33% 34 Colagra a 28% 26 28% Oal thairl 72 71% 71% Downham a 66% 65% 65% Dupont a 38 37% 37% eat Kodak 39% 39% 39% Exxon 46% 46% 46% Fps Gap 32% 32 32 Faun Loncz 17% in 17% Fatwa Chov a 38 38 38 Flap Rograda 37% 37% 37% for motor 47% 46% 46% Fuqua 23% 22% 22% get corp 65% 65 65 Gan corp 12% 12% 12% in Dynamo 36 37% 37% Gan elect 64% 64% 64% a Nellla 74% 74% 74% Gan motor 46% 45% 45% Gnu Ore a 29% 29% 29% Gan Parl 38% 38% 38% Zapach 42% 41% 41% Goodrich 42 41% 41% Goodyear 36% 36% 36% Gracco 30 29% 30 Gino rank 65% 65% 65% greyhound 30% 30% 30% Harcula Alec 36% 36% 36% Hona Wall 91 90 90 itt corp 54 53% 53% i grand 55% 55 55 ism 106% 105% 105% into paper 51% 51% 51% interact 7% 7% 7% Jamaal or 26 25% 25% k Man 34% 34 34 Kan Absec 5% 5% 5% Kroger 12% 12% 12% Lockhead 38 37% 37% Law act 109% 109% 109% Mcdarmont 28% 28 28% Mckahan 38 37% 37% up 31% 31% 31% Marcan str 37% 37% 37% Minning 82% 81% 81% Mobil 61% 61% 61% Monsanto 108% 108 108% a cab up 36 34% 34% Nacco 56% 55% 56% Nav Latar 4% 4% 4% North Sou 39% 39% 39% Rynax 82% 82% 82% Olin up 55% 55 55 pasta Labia 45% 45% 45% papa co 64% 64% 64% Halpa Dod 60% 60% 60% Philmor a 41% 41% 41% Phil Loppat 26 25% 25% Polaroid a 45% 45% 45% Pri Marica 26% 28% 28% proc Gamb a 69 68% 68% Quaka roat 50% 50% 50% quantum 24 23% 24 Rala Topur 64 83% 84 Rockwal 22% 22% 22% sex corp 26% 26 26% Scott apr 45% 45 45 Saara Roab 38% 37% 37% Shaw ind a 34% 33% 34% Skyline up 14% 14% 14% Sony corp 53% 53 53% Southern co 26 25% 25% Sara tall 57% 56% 56% Sun Trust 21% 20% 21% Texaco 59% 59% 59% tax tron 23% 23% 23% us corp 36% 35% 36 encamp 35% 35% 35% in Carida 21% 21% 21% us wast 75% 75% 75% nocal a 31% 31% 31% Walman 48% 48% 48% wat i Pap 37 37 37 waa ghei 75% 75 75 Way Arhur 26% 26% 26% Winnix 63 62% 62% Woolworth 61% 61% 61% Wrigley 50% 50 50% Xerox up 55% 55 55% teaching clinic May be the Best bet dear or. Gott i have abdominal pain that Hasni to been diagnosed. In be been to 15 Dollte rent doctors in 22 years and two weeks ago had a gastroenterologist perform tests to no Avail. One interesting thing is that after a Good nights sleep i done to have pain until two or three hours after i get up. I done to drink Coffee carbonated beverages or alcohol and done to eat Fried or spicy foods. Dear Reader recurring abdominal pain can be a re Challenge to diagnose because so Many things can go wrong in the Abdomen which contains Many Peter Gott . Synd card column tet of the body a most Complex organs. It would be Only natural for you and your doctors to be frustrated that Modem science has yet to identify the cause of your elusive symptom. Knox wont allow a skip Day by Deborah Campbell staff writer the term a senior sneak Day Quot May mean nothing to the Reader but it does to the Knox county Board of education a anyone organizing or participating in sneak Day will be prevented from participating in graduation Quot superintendent James Hampton said thursday. Over 500 students participated last year at Knox Central and Lynn Camp High schools in the student determined Day to skip classes. Tie school Board does no to want a repeat. A you have to have 93.5 percent attendance. To allow or condone that kind of thing sneak Day is really a violation of state Law and mandates Quot said Hampton. Underclassmen who miss class for sneak Day will be Quot denied from parti Clation in certain other extracurricular activities. For example they might be prohibited from participating in a baseball game Quot he explained. In other business the Board a adopted an order to Transfer $95,000 from the construction account for West Knox elementary to the Bond interest and redemption account. The Money made a payment on the Bond Issue to fund the new gymnasiums. A hired Tammy Smith and Kathy Hubbard As substitute teaching aides. A hired Sherry Messer As girls softball coach. A hired Kathy Adkins Smith As an English teacher. She replaces Lillian Babbs who was granted a leave of absence for the remainder of the school year. A hired Sherise Mills and Billy Michael Crawford As substitute bus Drivers. A adopted school textbooks. A hired Fred Roark As auditor. Without trying to second guess your corps of doctors i suggest you request referral to the gastroenterology clinic at a teaching Hospital. You May have an unusual disease related to disorders in intestinal movement causing cyclic attacks of Gas pockets that can be diagnosed Only by special testing. In a teaching Center the doctors can put their Heads and their skills together to solve your problem. As a last resort depending on your age and general health you May require an exploratory Laparotomy. An operation during which surgeons open the abdominal cavity and meticulously examine the abdominal organs to arrive at a diagnosis. Of course such an option is extreme and is performed less frequently today than in the past new diagnostic methods such As computed tomography it scans sad magnetic resonance imaging Fri often permit specialists to make diagnoses without resorting to surgery. In your Case i believe a University Hospital is your Best bet dear or. Gott in a a 58-year-old female. My physician says my autoimmune system is out of order and has caused my thyroid gland to swell. He prescribed synth old. Is this the Correct treatment for this condition dear Reader i think you misunderstood your doctor a or the physician May not have satisfactorily explained your condition. I doubt your immune system is out of order. More Likely you arc suffering from an isolated immune problem that involves Only your thyroid gland. When this occurs portions of the thyroid gland neutralize other More Normal portions resulting in a deficiency of thyroid hormone production. As the body recognizes and identifies this deficiency it attempts to overcome the under production by stimulating the gland to enlarge to in uce More hormone. Hence immune induced hypothyroidism underactive thyroid is often associated with a progressive enlargement of the gland which lies in the neck under the Chin. This is a form of Gaiter. Local police arrest eight people by times Tribune staff writer local police officials report eight arrests overnight. Whitley county sheriffs deputies charged Karen Hamblin. 34. With disorderly conduct. Kentucky state police made four arrests. Harold d. Meyers. 28, was charged with driving under the influence operating on a suspended License no insurance and no head gear. Vernon Partin. 68. Was charged with driving under the influence suspended operators License and no insurance Kay monday 22, was charged with failure to pay fines. Alfred Foss. 51, was charged with driving under the influence. Barbourville City police made two arrests. David Elige Hensley 41. Was charged with shoplifting and failure to appear. Michael Paul Simpson 30. Was charged with shoplifting. Laurel county sheriffs deputies charged Danyl Carson 21. With driving under the influence and no insurance. Luv donation photo by Rooney Margison rotary president Ron Hungerbuhler left presents Evelyn Lawson project coordinator for the Tri county Bpwe Luv literacy under volunteers with a $350 donation from the rotary to use a a however the program wishes. Son Corbin a Calvin Klein a Romance with commitment. That a what today a woman wants Quot says Calvin Klein. 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