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Corbin Times Tribune (Newspaper) - March 17, 1990, Corbin, Kentucky 2 a the times Tribune weekend edition March 17-18, 1990 Hilo prep Corbin 72 57 0.67 Barbourville 67 47 0.15 London 72 57 0.67 Williamsburg missing Lilia rain continuing cooler Temps. The National weather service says that rain will continue to threaten Kentucky saturday. The rain could end Over the West and Central for tons of the state by saturday afternoon but will continue in the East. High temperatures will be 55 to 60 degrees. Saturday night will be partly Cloudy and Cool with the Low in the 30s. Sunday Calls for partly Cloudy skies with the High again 55 to 60 and the lows in the 30s. Zones 1, 2, 3 saturday decreasing cloudiness. High 55 to 60. Northwest wind 10 to 15 mph. Saturday night and sunday partly Cloudy. Cool saturday night with the Low 35 to 40. High sunday around 60. Zones 4f 5 saturday mostly Cloudy. A 30 percent Chance of rain mainly during the morning hours. High near 60. Northwest wind 10 to 15 mph. Saturday night becoming partly Cloudy. Cool with the Low in the mid-30s. Sunday partly Cloudy. High 55 to 60. Zones 7, 9 saturday mostly Cloudy with a 50 percent Chance of rain. High 55 to 60. Northwest wind around 10 mph. Saturday night becoming partly Cloudy. Cool with the Low in the mid-30s. Sunday partly Cloudy. The High again 55 to 60. Zones 6f 8 saturday Cloudy with an 80 percent Chance of rain. High 55 to 60. Northwest wind 10 to 15 mph. Saturday night a 40 percent Chance of rain. Cooler with the Low in the mid-30s. Sunday partly Cloudy. High in the upper 50s. Extended forecast Llie extended forecast Calls for a Chance of showers on monday partly Cloudy conditions tuesday and mostly sunny weather wednesday. Highs will be in the 40s monday 50s tuesday and 60s wednesday. Lows will be 30 to 35 monday around 30 tuesday and in the 40s wednesday. Around the state hero Are the previous Day s High temperature the overnight Low and precipitation figures for a 24-hour period ending at 7 . Today As provided by the National weather service Tor selected Kentucky cities. City High Low Preci Bowling Green 73 50 1.67 Covington 75 50 0.77 Jackson 81 59 0.02 Lexington 77 51 0.59 London 77 60 0.24 Louisville 74 50 1.13 Paducah 74 47 0.59 Ohio saturday rain Likely East with a Chance of rain or drizzle Central. Mostly Cloudy West. Highs in the 50s. Saturday night a Chance of rain Early East otherwise partly Cloudy West and mostly Cloudy East. Colder with lows in the 30s. Sunday mostly Cloudy North with a Chance of flurries Northeast. Partly Cloudy South. Highs near 40 North and 45 to 50 South. Regional weather a graphic cooler temperatures and partly sunny skies prevail for sunday throughout the Region. Naii Onai Wrath h thaou Wilh of for Cut for noon. Sonde a. Much 18. Solo my franc nor my Kom a a my am rare no Auw a Momet Mann Praetor Awuor voter fraud impossible a graphic the National weather forecast for sunday indicates rain Over new England and parts of new York and new Jersey showers in parts of Florida Washington and Oregon and flurries in parts of Montana Wyoming Minnesota Wisconsin and Michigan. To % Ore o t fit of a a Ovca. I Quot of of c q _ Joel Peyton 6, a Central elementary school student or Joys watching the rain fall from the safety of his Home. The times Tribune encourages children under 12 to Send their favorite weather drawing to . Box 516, Corbin by 40701. The pictures must be drawn on White paper with a Black Marker or pen and include the artists name age school and address. Pencil drawings will not reproduce in the newspaper. East Berlin a the chief of an All party watchdog commission has assured voters that East Germany s first free elections Are fraud proof seeking to allay distrust in a country used to communist vote rigging. Most Camp Gning ended Friday. But a few political parties planned flail pitches today the eve of balloting that will give it Germany its first freely elected parliament since its founding in 1949 and Complete the transition from communist Rule. Sundays vote is for a new 400-seat parliament which could decide the Pace of unification with West Germany. Some conservative parties urge Quick unification. Some leftist groups Are for a More cautious and slower approach. All major parties support unification. An estimated 12.3 million voters Are eligible to Choc use from among 24 parties and groupings. Election helpers completed work on the 22.000 polling stations nationwide. The communists Are expected to end up in an opposition role. Party chief Gregor Gysi wound up their Campal with a rally before thousands of people to East Bei Lin. He called for a United Germany to remain outside the Western military Alliance echoing Moscow a stand and recalled the social safety net set up under communist me. Petra Blaess head of an Al party election oversight commission told a news conference All measures have been taking to ensure against vote fraud. A laser photo local police arrest 12 people overnight by times Tribune staff writer area police made one dozen arrest overnight on various charges. Corbin City police charged Timothy Frazier. 29, with Public intoxication and leaving the scene of an Accident Lonnie Nance 38, with disorderly conduct and Gary Sargent with Public intoxication and Possession of drug paraphernalia. Laurel county deputies made three arrests charging Jack Hopper. 37, with alcohol intoxication Elbon Nelson. 37, with illegal Possession of Eil Coho for purpose of resale and illegal Sale of alcohol Jimmy Mcneil. 24, with driving under the influence Possession of marijuana and operating on suspended License. London City police charged William Fields 18, with of afire to appear. Kentuck a state troopers made five arrests. Charged Are James Knudsen. 42, and Cal d. Lawson 31, with driving under the influence Jessie Boone 19, with failure to appear Roger w. Brown. 36, with driving under the influence and operating on a suspended License and Jerry Lawson. 30, with illegal Possession of alcohol and resisting arrest. Killer bees coming a scientist holds a killer Bee left and a Regul a. The killer bees Are approaching . Borders and scientists Are looking for ways to help the Honeybee Industry Deal with the invasions economic sting. Officials seek site for senior Center continued from Page 1 Bers done to want the new facility located on the outskirts of town. During a recent Laurel county fiscal court meeting opponents asked the judge and court to View other Sites before making a final decision. A we have a building in mind Quot said Karr. A i think its a Good futures Chicago apr futures trading on the Chicago Board of Trade Friday open High Low last chg. Wheat 5.000 by minimum dollars per Bushel mar 3.87 3 90 3.85 3.90 .05�?T/4 May 3.54 3.54h 3.52w 3.54 .01 4 jul 3.41 3.41 4 3.39 3 39v, , sop 3.48v. 3.48�?T/. 3.46v. 3.46�?T/i �?.01�?T/. Dec 3.60�?T/4 3 61 3 58v. 3.59 01v. Thu s sales 11,093. Thu s open int 59.104, up 417. Corn 5.000 by minimum dollars per Bushel mar 2 47�?T/i 2 48 2 46v. 2 48 01 May 2 53 2.54 2.52w 2.54 . Jul 2.57v, 2.56% 2.56v, 2.58h , sep 2.54 2.56 2.54�?T/, 2.56 �T�.01�?T/, dec 2.53%, 2.55�?T/, 2.52v, 2.55�?T/, i mar 2.56% 2.60�?T4 2.58�?T4 2.60�?T-y �T�.01�?T/, May 2.61v, 2.62% 2.61�?T/, 2.62h �T�.01 thu s sales 28,196. Thu. S open int 724.766, up 498,100. Oats 5.000 by minimum dollars per Bushel mar 1 46 1.46�?T/, 1.45 1.46 �T�.02 May 1.49�?T/i 1.50�?T4 1.49 1.49v, ,01 jul 1.57v, 158�?T/, 1.56v, \.57% a 01 sep 1.61v, 1.63 1.61%, 163 ,02 Doc 1.71 1.71 1.70 1.70v, ,.01v, thu s sales 2.958. Thu s open int 11,419, off 182. Soybeans 5.000 by minimum dollars per Bushel Bonds $38,830,000 american Stock Exchange 332 advances 203 declines most Active Bat ind 13 3-16 sales 16,420,000 Index 364.18 �T�1.91 Bonds $2,550,000 Chicago wheat mostly lower. Corn higher. Oats higher. Soybeans. Mixed. Wheat mar 5.84�?T/, 5.86�?T/ 5 79 5.8114 �?,04�?T4 May 5 96 5.98% 5.90h 5 93 �?.03 jul 6 08 6.11 6.03�?T/i 6.0614 a 02 aug 6.11 6 14 i 6 06 6.09�?T4 �?.03 sep 6.12 6.13 .4 6 08 6.10 �?.02 /4 nov 6.17% 6 19 6,13�?T4 6.16 a -.00�?T/, Jan 6 26 6.28 6.23�?T/i 6.27% a .0114 mar 6.36 6.37 6 34 6 36% 00% May 6 40 6 42 6.39 6.42 thu. S sales 45,032 thu. S open int 109 .857, up 1,153 markets at a glance new York apr markets at a glance Friday As of 4 30p.m new York Stock Exchange 888 advances 592 declines most Active Imperial chm 72 4 2 sales 222,520,000 Index 187.90 �T�1.70 Kansas City to. A wheat 18 cars 1 lower to 1 higher no. 2 hard 3.96�?T/i 4 03h a no 3 3 85vi -4,02�?T4no. 2 red wheat 3.81�?T>i-3.89v4 a no. 3 3.70�?T4 a 3.88�?T4 n. Corn 46 cars 5 lower to 3v, higher. No. 2 White 2.90-3.00n not 2 yellow 2.40% -2,46% a no. 3 2.20�?T>4 -2.45v, n. No. 2 Milo 3.90-4 01 n. No. 1 soybeans 5.76�?T/, -5.86�?T/4 n. Hoppers 67 00 68.00 commodities Coulee futures prices fell sharply Friday on new York s Coffee. Sugar a Cocoa Exchange after Brazil s new president announced sweeping economic reforms that were seen As Likely to Spur sales of brazilian Coffee. Coffee futures settled 5 cents to 6 cents lower with the contract Tor delivery in March at 69.50 cants a Pound. Concerns about the new brazilian currency also prompted sailing of soybean futures on the Chicago Board of Trade. Soybeans settled 4% cents lower to 1 cent higher with March at $5.81v, a Bushel wheat futures were 1 % cents lower to 5 cants highe with March at $3 89�?T4 a Bushel Corn futures were % cent told a cents higher with March at $2.47v, a Bushel Oats were 1�?T/, cents to 2 cents higher with March at $1.46 a Bushel. Sugar futures surged in new York on the brazilian news amid expectations that the government would curtail sugar exports. Sugar futures settled. 19 cent to .39 cent higher with May at 16.13 cents a Pound. Petroleum futures finished mostly lower on the new York mercantile Exchange. West Texas intermediate crude Oil settled 31 cents lower to 1 cent higher with april at $20.07 a barrel heating Oil was .52 cent to .64 cent lower with april at 54.46 cents a gallon unleaded gasoline was .40 cent to 1.37 cents lower with april at 56.96 cents a gallon. On new York s commodity Exchange Gold futures ended $1 20 to $1.40 higher with april at $400.90 a Troy ounce Silver was 1.2 cents to 1.4 cents higher with March at $5.093 a Troy ounce. Livestock and meat futures settled mostly higher on the Chicago mercantile Exchange. Live cattle futures settled unchanged to .23 cent higher with april at 77.47 cants a Pound feeder cattle were. 18 cent lower to. 13 cent higher with March at 82.72 cants a Pound hog futures were unchanged to .72 cent higher with april at 53.42 cents a Pound Frozen pork bellies were .20 cent lower to .70 cent higher with March at 50.55 cents a Pound. Wall Street advancing issues outnumbered declines by about 3 to 2 in the Dally tally of new York Stock Exchange listed stocks with 884 up 591 Down and 481 unchanged. Board of Trade Chicago apr soybean futures prices closed moderately lower Friday on the Chicago Board of Trada in a action to a brazilian economic Reform plan while Grain futures finished mostly higher. Newly inaugurated brazilian president Fernando Collor de Mallo on Friday announced a Broad package of economic measures designed to halt Brazil s runaway inflation rate including the introduction of a new currency with free floating Exchange rates traders speculated that a Iree floating currency would encourage Export sales of soybeans from Brazil the world s second largest producer after the United states. But analysts said it was impossible to predict the ultimate effect of the Broad economic reforms on the soybean Market. Quot the world wants and needs the brazilian crop but the question is Given All the economic reforms How is that crop going to move to the world Quot said Mickey Luth oilseed analyst with Shearson Lahman Hutton inc. Quot no one knows Quot Grain futures were led higher by the March wheat contract which Rose sharply on indications of tight availability of near term supplies. At the close wheat was 1v, cents lower to 5�?T/i cents higher with the contract for delivery in March at $3.90 a Bushel Corn futures were a cent to 1h cents higher with March at $2.48 a Bushel Oats were 1 cant to 2 cants higher with March at $1,46 a bushelsoybeanswera�?T/4 cantto4w cent slower with March at $5.61 /4 a Bushel. Lottery Louisville by. Apr Here Are Friday s winning numbers in the Kentucky lottery a Kentucky Cash game 9-0-4 nine Zero four Doris Shartzer Doris Lawson Shartzer. 62, of Louisville. Formerly of Woodbine died thursday. March 15. 1990 in Louisville survivors include her husband. Howard Shartzer one daughter Frances Embry of Louisville two sons Kenny Shartzer of Hendersonville Tenn. And Glenn Shartzer of Louisville two Sisters Cleda Fay Carter of Woodbine and Cloda Rae Paul of Detriot Mich. One brother. Norton e. Lawson of Louisville three grandchildren several nieces and nephews. Funeral service is 2 . Monday at . Hardy Valley funeral Home in Louisville with the Rev. Mike Boatman officiating. Burial will be in the Bethany cemetery in Louisville. Visitation will be after 4 . Today in Louisville. Obituary Courtesy of Hart funeral Home. Mabeth Grant Mabeth Grant 80, of route 8 Corbin Pledl thursday March 15, 1990 at Baptist regional medical Center she was a member of the West Corbin Church of Christ. Survivors include one son Jesse Grant of Corbin four daughters Madge Mccreary and Jean buttery both of Corbin Margie Short and Shirley Parmon 13 grandchildren 14 great grandchildren. Funeral service will be 2 . Sunday at of Neil funeral Home with the brother Phil Faust off Coaling. Burial will be in the Mcfarland cemetery. Visitation will be after 6 . Today at the funeral Home. Mary Piennett May Ellen Bennett 95, formerly of Barbourville died i hurs Day March 15. 1990 in Knoxville. Survivors include two sons. Howard a Bennett of St. Augustine Fla. And Yeston m. Bennett of Waycross. A. Three Daught ers Verna b. Mays and Charlene Martin both of Knoxville and Geraldine Corey of Louisville two Sisters Ida Croley of Williamsburg and Flora Mattox of Sallisaw of. 12 grandchildren 12 great grandchildren three great great grandchildren. Funeral service will be 4 . Sunday at Hampton funeral Home with the or. Joe Dick Estes officiating. Burial will be in the Barbourville cemetery. Visitation will be after 5 . Today at the funeral Home. Vankirk funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Leonia Benge Leonia Walden Benge 84, of in Ndon died thursday March 15. 1990 at Good Samaritan Hospital in Lexington. Survivors include her husband Sherman Benge five daughters Lorene Williams Virginia Chestnut Ann Berry Thielma Pearl Bruner and Viola Brewer All of London two sons Charlie Benge and Harold Benge both of London one sister Beatrice Secuso of Lexington three Brothers Dennis Walden and Nelson Walden both of London and James Walden of Chicago Iii. 47 grandchildren and great grandchildren. Funeral service will be 2 . Sunday at House Rawlings funeral Home with the revs. William George. Terry Lester and John Wesley officiating. Burial will be in the Benge cemetery. Visitation will be afer 6 . Saturday. Beatrice Calloway Beatrice Gaines Calloway. 84, of East Bernstadt. Died thursday March 15, 1990 at Laurel Heights Home for the elderly. Survivors include one daughter Ruth bums of East Bernstadt one sister Hazel a fresh of Corbin two granddaughters Sharon Parsley of East Bernstadt and Donna Hammons of Somerset. Funeral service will be 2 . Sunday at Bowling funeral Home with the Rev. Charlie Helton and Rev. Eugene Gentry officiating. Burial will be in the Casteel cemetery in East Bernstadt. Visitation will be after 6 , today at the funeral Home. Edna Paul Edna Eunice Paul. 48, of Williamsburg died thursday March 15,1990 at Baptist regional medical Center. Survivors include one daughter Mary Frances Paul of Williamsburg two sons. David Paul and Walter Robert Paul both of Williamsburg one half sister Lavonne Young of Nevisdale her Mother Matty Hamblin of Mulberry and one granddaughter. Funeral service will be 1 . Sunday at Croley funeral Home with the Rev George peace officiating. Burial will be in the Hamblin cemetery in Mulberry. Visitation will be after 6 . Today at the funeral Home. Cora Mays Deloria Jones All obituary information is submit Lod by funeral Homes. Any obituary submitted before 9 30 . Monday through Friday and before 830 saturday will be published that Day. Any obituary submitted after the deadline will be published the following Day. he said the former convenient store building on fourth Street has 4.000 Square feet of space larger than the proposed 3,400 Sciare foot building. There is also a ample parking he said. But officials will know More after Karr meets March 23 with a representative from the Kent culty department of local government. After meeting with the Opac Board last week. Karr said he was it authorized to look into the fat Ossa Billy of the fourth Street site to. House Opac. He said the Board unanimous-1 by approved the location. The Cost of property has not been disc used. But whether the Money can be a used to Purchase the building has not been determined. Karr also said he does no to know the deadline for using the $141,164 Community development Block Grant. Tie Community development Block Grant program is funded by the department of housing and Urban development and is administered by the state department of local government. Veterans affairs Curt Johnson a representative of the Kentucky Center for Veteran affairs will be at Corbin City Hall Between 9 . And noon tuesday. Old timers game former baseball players a my cheerleaders graduating from Bush. London Lily and Hazel Green schools in the year 1970 will Host a county wide old a mers game featuring the schools. Proceeds will Benefit the american cancer society. For More information Call Bush school 864-2331, Judy Hoskins 864-2840, Larry Brock 864-4080 or Joe Tom Gregory 598-3449. Cancellation the bean supper scheduled for 6 30 . Saturday at the West Corbin Church of Christ has been postponed until March 24. Fish dinner the Cumberland Valley Lodge 751 at Gray will be hosting a fish dinner from 12 to 5 . Sunday March 25. The Cost is $3 for adults and $2 for children. Lays Ville died Friday. March 16, 1990 at the Valley Park convalescent Center she is the widow of Medford Mays. Survivors include one son. Dell Mays of Barbourville. Arrangements incomplete at Knox funeral Home. Deloria Jones of route 4 Williamsburg died saturday. March 17. 1990 at the Lafollette Community Hospital in Lafollette Tenn. Survivors include one daughter. Geraddine Taylor. Arrangements incomplete at Ellison funeral Home. Times Tribune published daily except Sundey new year s Dey Mem Orfel Dey july 4, la Bor Oey thanksgiving end Chr Elmee by the Corbin time Tribune incorporated it the Corner of Kentucky Avenue and Monroe Streel Corbin Kentucky 40701. Successor to the Corbin Enterprise Eseteb Liehe in 1892, and the Corbin time. Entered As second class mail matter nov. 4, 1904, Corbin Kentucky. Subscription rates by mail in Whitley Laurel and Knox counties $s7.15< per year plus $2.85 Galea tax. A elsewhere in Kentucky $61.91 per year Pluet $3.09 Melee tax. 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