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Corbin Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - March 24, 1980, Corbin, Kentucky Death funeral notices a a ssi a \ amp a i John French John d. French 67, of Chattanooga Tennessee died Friday in Chattanooga. He is survived by one son John d. French Kansas City Massachusetts one daughter Barbara French Orlando Flordia eight grandchildren. He is the brother of the late Jettie Lawson. Graveside services were at 4 . Sunday at the Highland cemetery with Rev. Bill Mitchell officiating. Burial was in the Highland cemetery Williamsburg. Margaret Lane mrs. Margaret Elizabeth i be 65, of Williamsburg died sunday evening at her Home. Mrs. Lane is survived by her husband Foster Lane Williamsburg two daughters mrs. Doll Petrey mrs. Betty Witt both of Williamsburg. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Croley funeral Home of Williamsburg. John Lambdin John j. Lambdin 61, of Meadow Creek died saturday morning. He is survived by his wife Eurith Lambdin. Meadow Creek six sons Carl Lambdin Gausdale Elmer Lambdin Cincinnati Ohio John Lambdin jr., Louisville Harold Lambdin Mackey Bend Orville Lee Lambdin. Julip route Charles Lambdin Louisville one daughter Wilma Jean Grubb Dayton Ohio Twenty grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 . Tuesday at the Hart funeral Home with the Rev. Elmer Elliott Rev. Junior Kelly Rev. Richard Mckiddy officiating. Pallbearers will be Sherman Kelly Richard Stevenson Arthur Kelly . Lambdin Burt Siler James Lambdin . Powers Carlos Grubb. Burial will be in the Wells cemetery at Gausdale. Friends May Call at the funeral Home until the funeral hour. Mary Uhrig mrs. Mary Elizabeth Nance Uhrig 67, of 406 fifteenth Street Corbin died saturday morning at her Home. Mrs. Uhrig is survived by her husband Leroy Uhrig Corbin two sons Hobert a. Nance Corbin Jack Nance Covington two Brothers Eulis Franks Whites Rug Wiley Franks Cumberland two Sisters mrs. Hattie Butler Knoxville Tennessee mrs. Ester Saylor Baxter six grandchildren three great grandchildren. Funeral services were at 2 . Monday at the Vankirk funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. . Youngblood officiating. Pallbearers were grandsons nephews burial was in the Monhollen cemetery. Agnes Perkins mrs. Agnes Perkins 78, of Williamsburg died saturday night at the St. Josephs Hospital of Lexington. Mrs. Perkins is survived by three sons. J. Hunt Perkins Lexington James c. Perkins Douglas Georgia two Sisters mrs. Ewing Snodgrass Ashland mrs. Leonard Lang Ashland seven grandchildren. Mrs. Perkins was the chief clerk of the selective service Board of Whitley county during world War ii was associated with Cumberland College for Many years. Funeral services will be at 11 . Tuesday at the first Baptist Church of Williamsburg with or. David Perkins or. Herbert c. Gabert officiating. Active pallbearers will be or. Robert h. West Webb Young Harry Young. Jack Smiddy Paul smart Tom i Ang. Honorary pallbearers will be or. James m. Boswell Ewing Snodgrass de shells Eugene Siler sr., Emmett Wagner Richard Young Bill Lang Ellis Murphy Wade Perkins Tom Perkins the Eastern Star service will be held monday evening at 7 . At the Croley funeral Home. Burial will be in the Highland cemetery. Friends May Call Between 7 9 monday night at the Croley funeral Home. Richard Vastine Rev. Richard 0. Vastine. 57. Of Meadow Creek died Friday morning at his Home. He is survived by his wife Floye Phyllis Vastine of Meadow Creek one son Richard Carl Vastine of Mcdermott Ohio five daughters mrs. Carl Tillen Birmingham Michigan mrs. Diane Stroup mrs. Patricia Nat sky both of Detroit Michigan mrs. Denise Canady miss Melissa Vastine both of Rockholds two Brothers Rober Vastine Mcdermott Ohio Walter Vastine Westland Michigan five grandchildren. Funeral services were at 2 . Sunday in the Ellison funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Ted Mullins Rev. Glen Reeves officiating. Burial was in the Rushtown Ohio cemetery. Graveside services were held there monday. Nelius Wells Nelius Wells 74, of route 1, Woodbine died saturday morning at his Home. He was a member of the Indian Gap Baptist Church a Veteran of world War ii. He is survived by his wife Lorene Wells Woodbine one step son Damon Engle Wilton one sister mrs. Bessie Elliott Woodbine two step grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 11 . Tuesday at the Indian Gap Baptist Church with the Rev. Carl Hickman the Rev. Carl Reeves officiating. Pallbearers will be nephews Brothers in Law. Burial will be in the Wells cemetery at Indian Gap. Friends May Call at the Hart funeral Home until the funeral hour. Mckinley Broughton Mckinley Broughton 58, of Flat lick died Friday at the veterans Hospital in i Lexington. He was a member of the Beech Springs Baptist Church a Veteran of world War ii. He is survived by four sons Ronnie Broughton Flat lick in mine Broughton Terry Broughton Alvin Broughton Cincinnati Ohio his Mother mrs. Deloris Broughton four mile one brother James Broughton Flat lick four Sisters Lelia Albert Tucson Arizona Bea Ramiey Springfield Ohio Bobbie Lou Williamson Cincinnati Ohio Vanetta Lykins Florence five grandchildren. Funeral services were at 2 . Monday in the Hampton funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Leon Shade Rev. John Partin officiating. Pallbearers were Glen Williamson Jackie Bays Marvin Hinkle Timothy Lykins Chris Broughton . Broughton. Burial was in the Broughton cemetery Flat lick. William Potter William Henry Potter 78, of Barbourville died saturday night. He was a member of the Roadside Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife. Grace Jones Potter. Barbourville one daughter Jewell Engle. Montgomery Alabama three Sisters Minnie Cobb Martha Hicks both of Middlesboro Margaret Sullivan Oreville California one brother need Potter Baughman three grandchildren six great grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 1 . Tuesday at the Roadside Baptist Church with Rev. Denvil Taylor jr., Rev. John Partin Rev. Earl Hammons officiating. Pallbearers will be Joe Boone Smith Earl Smith Nevil Mills Joe Broughton Jimmy Chaffin Leon Disney. Honorary pallbearers will be tip Jones Basil Smith Charley Smith Garrett Morris Caney Sams Cecil Rhodes Lewis Mitchell. Burial will be in the Barbourville City cemetery with the Hopper funeral Home in charge. Friends May Call after 6 . Monday at the funeral Home. Explosion at Gulf drilling Rig kills at least 2 More missing Galveston Texas apr an offshore drilling platform exploded in flames Early today in the Gulf of Mexico killing at least two persons leaving five others missing feared dead an Oil company official said. He said nine men were injured. All 42 Crew members who been aboard the platform were taken by boat to another drilling platform five Miles away where they were met by two helicopters carrying medical teams. One was sent by the coast guard the other by Pennzoil the company that operated the platform. Authorities said the cause of the explosion was under investigation. The coast guard helicopter trying to transport the most seriously injured to John Sealy Hospital in Galveston to be tied to the platform to keep from being blown overboard into the Gulf. About 7 15 ., seven hours after the explosion the helicopter risked the turbulence safely got off the platform. A a we re moving the four most seriously injured first we re leaving five More that Well go Back after a a coast guard official in Galveston said. The drilling platform was operated by Pennzoil for a group of several owners was about 100 Miles Southeast of Galveston. Of the 42 aboard the platform at the time of the explosion Only one was a Pennzoil employee. The others were contract workers from Pool offshore co., headquartered in Harvey la., said Bob Harper a Public information officer for Pennzoil who reported the deaths injuries. A we really have no idea what caused the Blowout a Harper said. A there were 42 on the platform at the time of the the dead the injured the 26 who escaped injury got off the platform via two a evacuation capsules a which Harper said a look a lot like flying a your boats picked them out of the capsules a he said. A we a 185-foot-Long work boat a 90-foot-Long standby boat at the Rig. That a Standard the capsules which Harper said can hold 28 persons each Are completely sealed have a Small Power unit aboard that allow persons inside to lower the unit into the water then to move at relatively slow speeds through the water. Harper said the drilling bits were about 2,500 feet deep when the Blowout occurred he said. 105 police officers slain in 79 the chief reason Why the Constitution provided for a census of the population every 10 years was to give a basis for Quot apportionment of members of the House of representatives among the states. Washington a the Fri said today that 105 local county state Federal Law enforcement officers were murdered in the line of duty in 1979, a 13 percent increase Over 1978. That year 93 officers were killed in the United states its territories. Fri director William h. Webster said preliminary 1979 figures show that firearms were used in 95 percent of the slayings. Handguns were used to kill 77 officers rifles 17 shotguns six. Four were slain with knives or other cutting devices one was killed by a bomb. The officers were killed in these situations �?19 attempting to thwart robberies or pursuing robbery suspects. �?7 attempting to catch burglary suspects. �?7 attempting narcotics related arrests. �?15 attempting arrests for crimes other than robbery or burglary or drug related crimes. �?17 handling disturbance Calls. �?13 enforcing traffic Laws. �?11 in ambush situations. �?9 investigating suspicious persons. �?4 dealing with mentally deranged persons. �?3 handling or transporting prisoners. Geographically 48 officers were slain in the Southern states 23 in the Western states 16 in the North Central states 13 in the northeastern states three in puerto Rico two in Guam. Gerry s roller rink Falls Hwy. Corbin by. Kiddy session skate every tuesday 3 30-5 30 for 12 amp under Good this tuesday Only March 25 shop where your friends shop Pic Pac Forest Hills shopping Center Corbin Kentucky you la love ple Pac Moats . Choice round Steak la. Of cd Stamps Welcome Here prices Good thru wed., March 26, 1980 country Kitchen % glazed or cinnamon twist. 6 far 89 bbl spare ribs la l2 Macaroni salad. A 79 fresh ground beef. Armour s Plain style bacon1armour s Veribest whole pork loin. 5 la. Or More la. 12 of. Pkg. T 39 $ m �109 la. Quantity rights reserved i Maxwell House Coffee 1-lb. Can $089 x a limit -1 with $10 additional Purchase this Coupon. Crisco shortening 3-lb. Can 15 off Label $189 i i Charmin tissue 4 Roll package limit -1 with $10 additional Purchase. Limit -1 with $10 additional Purchase. Valid at Benge s Pic Pac thru sat., March 29 1980. Glad 2 ply 2 Mil. 49 of. Box of idol detergent $49 limit -1 with $10 additional Purchase. Limit -2 with $10 additional Purchase. Lawn amp Garden supplies seed potatoes Minn. Pontiac red Kennebec cobblers 9.69 5.50 100 la. Bag 50 la. Bag top soil or a a to peat Moss i we also have available 10-10-10, 6-12-12 ammonia nitrate for your fertilizer needs trash bags. A 1.49 mrs. Butterworth s Pancake syrup ,0 off Label. $ 1 .29 Kraft parkay Margarine to a 59 Tropicana Orange juice h 1.49 Hyde Park am. Sliced cheese.1.29 Hyde Park chopped broccoli.2?k�89 Pillsbury biscuits a a $ 1.29 Sunshine chunk dog food by $3.99 Sunshine Chip a Roo or Choc. Fudge cookies.99 Hyde Park Complete Pancake mix. 89 Cal. Broccoli Bunch salad vegetables cucumbers Green peppers Green onions radishes 79 i strawberries 69 f Quot Quot Quot a i use this Coupon for free i i Coupon f a 4 1 Tofor a �100 100 free Quality Stamps with the Purchase of any filled easter Basket i i double Quality Stamps valid at Benge s Pic Pac country valid at Benge s thru sol mar 29 i supermarket thru saturday March 2� 1980 i lj98_limdjwdhjw, i 980.jjm1 or Amily. J shop where your friends shop a Benge s Pic Pac

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