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Corbin Times (Newspaper) - December 9, 1991, Corbin, Kentucky Vol. 98, no. 289 Corbin by. Monday dec. 9, 1991 14 pages 359 Simes a Rob use Cumberland Falls fundraiser local teen needs financial help ills la i pm lifestyles Kentucky gets new governor tuesday Frankfort. By. Apr Bre Reton Jones May be a millionaire horse Farmer but looking after the animals will be somebody else a tuesday when Jones publicly takes the oath of office As Kentucky a 54th governor. Steve Brooks chairman of the inaugural Parade committee must make sure that about 90 marching bands dozens of dignitaries and 40 horses get off on time and in order. The horses Are of special concern. A they make said Brooks who has assigned some of his deputies to see to it that the Parade route is kept clean. The Parade scheduled to begin at 10 . Est. Should draw a crowd of 10.000 to 35,000. Depending on the the weather Brooks predicts. Tuesday is expected to be partly Cloudy and Cool with highs in the 50s. Inaugural ceremonies for Jones and it. Paul Patton a reception at the old Capitol and three inaugural balls All open to the Public Are also on the schedule. Jones will actually take the oath of office shortly after Midnight tonight when Warren circuit judge j. David Francis presides at a private ceremony at Pis gah presbyterian Church in Woodford county. The inaugurations organizers Are trying to keep the costs of the event Down in Light of the recession and state Revenue shortfall. Telethon called a Success by times Tribune staff writer Corbin a a weekend telethon to raise Money for the Corbin Lions club Christmas Basket drive was a Success according to club members. Lions club members Are taking donations and pledges to reach their $13,000 goal to fund the Christmas baskets. Today More than 600 applications had been received by the club. Pledges and donations already totalled $4,067. On sunday the Lions club held their Christmas Basket fund drive on Falcon Cable Channel 19 and Watt radio station in Corbin. From 1 to 5 ., the Lions were on the air taking pledges. Between pledges viewers were entertained by live and taped gospel music. A we Felt it went real Well Quot said lion club president . Chad Well. A it s kind of the time of year that there a other agencies that a competing but we All have a thing to do and its Nice that we can. We feel Good about the response from the area. We did no to meet the goal yet bit i feel like Well make the Lions need about $8,933 to meet this years goal he said. A a it a not there yet but we re coming along Quot lion Bobby Goins said. The total number of pledges paid today totalled $2.503. Donors were As follows in memory of Terry Shelby by Margie Sims $20 Whayne Supply $150 Richard Janus and Rose Mary Janus $20 or. And mrs. George p. Rains $50 Wilcox Bowling league $28 . Grubb. $5 Walter Pennington $25 Corbin paediatric association $100. Gerald and Brenda Foley and lady re hounds $40 Carl and Theresa Brewer $10 Arnold and Evelyn Disney $20 Harold and teeny Perkins $25 Charles and Eulene Moore $25 Sam and Ber Neda Gallager $50 willing workers sunday school class at Good Hope Baptist Church $50 first National Bank $100. Mensa sunday school class at Good Hope Baptist Church $100 a Friend. $20 Good Hope Baptist Church $100 Christian companions class at first Christian Church $25 or. And mrs. Joe Blount $50 first United methodist Church. $25 Elvie Lubie $5 Ermal Franklin $ 10 Bobby and Linda my bumpy $25 Cleland Thorpe and family. $25 Moon Bow Sams travel club $250. A Friend $20 Mark and Becky Shoemaker. $5 Windord storms. $10 . Tussle and family. $20 in Honor of Oscar Shumate by Joe Mattice $2 Dale Turner $15 Jason and Megan Goodin $10 Park Hill Baptist Church. $100 and Derrick Adams and Doug Jones $5. Mine latest museum display by Melissa Hyde staff writer by Mary Branham news editor Williamsburg a four year old Darren Stanfill proudly clasped or. James Simpsons hand As he guided him to the computer. A what does the Man do Quot Simpson who a the superintendent of the City school District asked the boy. A Broad Grin split Darren a face As he punched a Button on the keyboard and the Clown on the screen danced a Jig. While the computer in the districts preschool Center was a big draw for visitors they were impressed with just about everything in the Angel Dale House at Cumberland College. The preschool Center was just one Stop for Quot Stockholm continued to Page 2 photo by Rooney Marisc i chess like moves help students learn abstract ideas in solving algebra problems. Private ambulances get citizen support by Deborah Campbell staff writer Corbin a Whitley count ians who were working to re establish an ambulance District have decided to support efforts to hire a service for the county. Robert a Rocky Quot Carter of Corbin announced the position change this morning with a prepared statement. Quot after much deliberation and review it is the opinion of our group that we need to support the Whitley county fiscal court in their efforts to negotiate ambulance service for All of our county. The soonest we could possible have a service on the Road would be late february or Early March under the Best circumstances. Quot our goal has always been and will continue to be to provide the Best possible solution to our ambulance problem. We will continue to maintain our organization so that we can respond timely if negotiations break Down. A we appreciate All of the Citi Zens in Whitley county that have put this important Issue above their personal interests Quot he told the times Tribune this morning Whitley county judge executive Jerry Taylor said h supported the group s decision and said the trans care proposal was the county a Only option at this time. Quot if we lose that we re Back to Zero Quot Taylor said. Barbourville a a Small Coal mine exhibit is the latest display at the Knox historical museum. The museum located upstairs in the Barbourville municipal building opened its doors for a Christmas open House on sunday. It has been in existence since 1987, said committee member David Cole. The museum s purpose is to educate the Public about the history of Knox county Cole said. Quot we collect items preserve them and display them Quot Cole said. A the majority of things on display Are donated but others Are loaned to us a Cole said. The Knox count Ian the museums newsletter has just won its third consecutive award for being top periodical by an organization working with $25,000 or less Cole said. Photographs of Barbourville throughout the years Are scattered on the Walls in every Section of the museum. Accompanying the photos Are displays of items ranging from antique Cash Regis continued on Page 2 photo by Melissa Hyde Susan Arthur treasurer and collections chairperson for the museum stands beside furniture dating from around 1900 that came from the Charles Owens Home. Margaret Owens is their descendant and she works at first National Bank in Corbin. Stockholders visit photo by Rodney Margi son stockholders of the Williamsburg school District View action in the computer lab. Local taxpayers see what education Reform Means charge 5 with bootlegging Williamsburg a five Whitley count ians were arrested Friday and charged with bootlegging after sheriffs deputies conducted a buy and bust Quot raids in the county according to Whitley county sheriffs det. Sgt. Ancil Carter. Tommy Mccullah 20 Harold Bauer 30 Williams Gray 54 Harvey Davenport 47 and Billy Bolton 37, were charged with Possession of alcoholic beverages in local option territory for the purpose of Sale jail officials said. The location of the raids was not available at press time. Carter invited to know their City Williamsburg a a know your City week Quot begins at 7 30 Today at City Hall with the City councils regular meeting according to a release. The ambulance service deaths obie Middleton Edna Taylor Archie Terrell see Page 2 insurance an agreement with fish and wildlife officials on a boat ramp for the City and Volunteer firefighters pay Are among the items on the Abby. Astrograph. Bridge. Mark 4 classifieds. Pages 12-13 comics. Editorials. Lifestyles. People in the news Page 7 scoreboard. Page 9 Joe Spear. Sports. A Friend helps out others by times Tribune staff writer contributions to the empty stocking fund stand at $104.01. Contributing to the fund in the past 24 hours was a Friend. The empty stocking fund is sponsored by the times Tribune in cooperation with Corbin Deposit Bank and Trust co. And the Corbin rotary club. Its purpose is to provide toys for needy children at Christmas. The fund is unique in that it has no organization no door to door solicitation and no Over head. All of the Money goes directly toward providing toys for deserving children. Readers Are merely reminded of the need each Day in the newspaper. Rotary club members Purchase the toys locally and distribute them on Christmas eve. 111086 wishing to sign up for assistance May Contact or. Ron Hungerbuhler or any rotary club member. Or. Hungerbuhler Cross checks the names on the empty stocking list with the Lions clubs food Basket drive to assure there is no duplication. Deadline to sign up for asses Tance is dec. 17. You can mail your contribution to the empty stocking fund in care of the times Tribune . Box 516, Corbin by. 40702. You May also contribute to Corbin deposits main office or any Branch Bank or give it to any rotary club the Tri counties of Whitley Laurel and Knox

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