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Corbin Times (Newspaper) - December 11, 1991, Corbin, Kentucky W Eather Friday rain Chance High 50s Fri. Night mild Low 40s saturday Snow Chance High 30s sat. Night cold Low 20s warmer foggy in the Region there was a dense fog advisory for South Central and South East Kentucky this morning but the afternoon was to be brighter. Skies were to remain partly sunny statewide this afternoon As highs warm into the 50 to 60 degree Range. Clouds will increase across the state tonight As a cold front moves from the Plains into the Eastern sections of the Mississippi Valley. Sunday cold High 30s state Here Are the High and Low temperatures and precipitation figures for a 24-hour period ending at 7 . Est tuesday As provided by the National weather service for selected Kentucky cities. City b Green Covington Jackson Lexington London Louisville Paducah High Low 45 30 41 50 49 52 48 58 27 37 35 38 31 28 f Campbell missing fort Knox missing proc 0.00 0.00 0.03 0.00 0.01 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 zones i 2, 3, 4 tonight mostly Cloudy. Low 45 to 50. Southeast wind 5 to 10 Mph. Thursday Breezy and warm with showers Likely by afternoon. High around 60. Chance of rain 60 percent. Zones 5, 6, 7 tonight partly Cloudy. Low 40 to 45. Light Southeast wind. Thursday 30 percent Chance of showers by late afternoon. Highs 50s. Zone 8 tonight mostly Clear. Low 34 to 40. Light Southeast wind. Thursday becoming mostly Cloudy with a 30 percent Chance of showers by late afternoon. High 60s. Zone 9 tonight mostly Clear. Low 35 to 40. Light Southeast wind. Thursday becoming mostly Cloudy with a 30 percent Chance of showers by late afternoon. High in the lower 60s. National weather the acc weather forecast for noon thursday. Dec. 12. Lines separate High temperature Rones for the Day or stun h l a a d a 0 High log Shlomm ran Stomm h a trips Snow 01991 Boru wealth. Inc. A o few a ice sunny it it buoy cd quo y a graphic the National weather forecast for thursday predicts a Belt of rain Snow and showers stretching from the Canadian Border to the Gulf of Mexico. Highs will Range from the 30s in Maine to the 80s in South Florida Kentucky / Tennessee weather thursday dec. 12 Acca we in Floc a far a Aytona in Subiti amp to Ohio partly Cloudy tonight. Lows 30s. Chance of rain late thursday. Highs 50s. Indiana Chance of rain thursday morning. Lows 30s. Highs 40s. Tennessee becoming Cloudy tonight. Lows 30s East to 40s West. Showers developing West on thursday. Partly Cloudy East. Highs upper 50s and 60s. Nation tuesday temperatures indicate previous Day s High and overnight Low to 8 est. Hilo pc Tolk Albany a y. 51 35 .02 cd Anchorage 26 17 .01 in Atlanta 69 45 .16 Clr Atlantic City 71 41 .75 Clr Baltimore 67 43 1.13 Clr Billings 47 36 Clr Birmingham 68 39 48 Clr Boise 43 26 cd Boston 61 39 .05 Clr Buffalo 58 34 Clr Burlington. It 50 23 04 cd Casper 37 30 cd Charlotte no. 72 49 .15 Clr Cheyenne 48 38 cd Chicago 41 28 Clr Cincinnati 62 27 .02 Clr Cleveland 60 30 cd . 50 27 cd Dos it Worth 67 44 cd Denver 54 27 cd Des Moines 44 26 Clr Detroit 57 27 Clr Evansville 61 28 .01 Clr Fairbanks 00 �?�12 .14 in Fargo 26 19 cd Flagstaff 50 26 in grand rapids 41 31 Clr great Falls 49 28 .02 Clr Honolulu 83 74 Clr Houston 77 53 .50 cd Indianapolis 60 25 Clr Kansas City 52 31 cd Las vegas 62 44 in Little Rock 65 46 .10 cd los Angeles 74 63 cd Miami Beach 78 70 cd Milwaukee 37 31 Clr mils St Paul 35 20 cd Nashville 61 32 .91 cd new Orleans 82 57 cd new York City 64 41 .44 Clr Oklahoma City 62 39 cd Omaha 45 27 cd Philadelphia 65 40 .74 Clr Phoenix 75 58 in Pittsburgh 59 36 Clr port 51 33 cd Providence 66 38 .35 Clr Olgh Durham 73 49 .08 Clr Reno 42 20 Clr St Louis 55 32 Clr Salt Lake City 40 23 cd san Antonio 77 54 cd san Francisco 67 46 Clr Seattle 50 35 .20 in Sioux Falls 37 28 cd Tulsa 67 36 cd Wash a c. 71 46 1.07 Clr Dana Baker 9, a a third Grade student at Dewitt elementary school Hopes today a weather will be As sunny As tuesdays. 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 artist s name age school and address. Pencil drawing will not reproduce in the newspaper. Nations High Brownsville Texas 86 degrees nations Low Gunnison Colo. 0 degrees Hinkle rain complicates poor shape of Knox roads by Melissa Hyde staff writer Barbourville a Knox county roads Are in poor shape and the rain has Only complicated a difficult situation judge executive Jimmy Hinkle told fiscal court members tuesday. Linda Monhollen of Dowis Chapel Road requested a Road inspection near her Home. The tiles Are filled up because of rain Quot which is causing huge pot holes on her Road she said. The Money has already been appropriated to Blacktop one mile of that Road Hinkle said. The construction will begin immediately alter a current water line project is Complete Hinkle said. A you will have gravel this week Quot to help fill the holes Hinkle told is. Monhollen. A if we have enough Money wed like to strip the existing Blacktop and repair the Road Quot said magistrate Merle Mitchell. O Bitu Aries Ray Hollins or. Ray Hollins 67, of Park Hill Corbin died tuesday. Dec. 10, 1991 at his residence. He served in the . Army during world War ii. Survivors include his wife Bonnie Jean Hollins of Corbin by. Two sons Jack Hollins of Hovland Minn and Keith Hollins of gallon Ohio two daughters Penny Dible of Bucyrus Ohio and Lori Hollins of Corbin by one Stepson. Terry Clark of Corbin. By. One stepdaughter. Gloria Gregory of Corbin by. Several grandchildren. Funeral service is 2 . Friday at the Vankirk funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. William h. Morgan officiating. Burial will be in res Haven cemetery. Visitation is after 5 . Thursday at Vankirk funeral Home. T i county bulletin Board Christmas concert the Williamsburg High school band and choir will perform a Christmas concert at 2 . Sunday at the Williamsburg High school gymnasium. This event is free and open to the Public. Archaeology meeting the Knox county archaeology society will hold its first meeting at 7 . Thursday in room 204 of the Barbourville municipal building. Reunion the Meaders annual family get together will be held 1-4 . Sunday at the National guard Armoy in Ravenna. A potluck dinner will be served. Christmas music the Williamsburg Junior High school choir will present a Christmas musical a Christmas on Angel Street Quot directed by Doris Allison at 12 30 . Dec. 18. The Public is invited to attend the free concert. Teny Neal of Culton Hill in Flat lick lives near the construction where the four Lane portion of . Highway 25 East is being widened. Neal cannot use the Highway to leave his Home since his vehicle is incapable of travelling on the Road in its present condition he said. A if we have to live with the dust and mud in our front door at least we can have some gravel Quot Neal said. Hinkle said he will speak with the Foreman in charge of the work to see what can be done about laying gravel to smooth the Road and make it usable. Neal a alternate route takes him from Flat lick through Himyar and Artemus and into Barbourville. He said. A Blind curve in Himyar known As a dead Many a curve Quot is attributed to causing three Acci governor to appoint new judge continued from Page 1 returned for consideration she said. Only those meeting state criteria for District judge will be considered. The candidate must be a . Citizen a resident of Kentucky and the District two years prior to taking office and be a licensed attorney in Kentucky for two years. The nominating committee will be made up of the state supreme court chief Justice two attorneys and four citizens at Large. The chief Justice will Call a meeting and three candidates names will be submitted to the governor said is. Pitts. The governor has 60 Days to make an appointment. If he does no to the chief Justice chooses the nominee. _ whoever is selected will Complete messers term and can then opt to run for the office in the next election according to is. Pitts. Dents since the alternate route has been observed Neal said. In other business a the fiscal court approved a Transfer of $3.616 from the general fund into the Timberland l a fund. A the court approved an Effort to ask for a 25 percent refund on Coal Severance tax. As opposed to the 12 percent currently being refunded. The general Assembly will vote on this matter said Mitchell. The Assembly will Convene in january and will be in session for 60 Days he said. A the court voted to accept St negate estates of Highway 1629 on Ohler Road into the Knox county Road system. A the court voted to authorize assistant county attorney Charles g. Dixon to get the East Knox county water District out of receivership. D deaths John peace John Tom peace 85, of Williamsburg died tuesday dec. 10, 1991 at the Hillcrest nursing Home. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Ellison funeral Home. Stella Lilze Stella Miles Lilze 66, of Amelia Ohio formerly of Knox county died sunday. Dec. 8. 1991 at Clermont mercy Hospital in Batavia. Ohio. She was the husband of Roscoe Leonard Lilze. Graveside service is 10 . Thursday at Miles cemetery at Swan Pond. Visitation is 6-8 . Today at Hampton funeral Home. Ambulances part of Whitley Agenda Williamsburg a a Resol ution authorizing trans care ambulance service to operate in Whitley county is on the Agenda for thursday s meeting of the Whitley county fiscal court. The court meets at 10 . In the county court room at the courthouse. A proposal from the private service which currently operates in Wayne and Clinton counties to run an Independent service in the county has received approval from City officials in Corbin and Williamsburg. Judge executive Jerry Taylor said the county has no other option and said the fiscal court was Likely to pass the Resolution. Williamsburg opens doors to Public Williamsburg a a know your City week Quot continues today with several open houses at City government from 5 30 to 8 30 . According to a release. City Hall Williamsburg water treatment Williamsburg tourism and Williamsburg Wastewater treatment facilities will be open to the Public. The week designed to give citizens a closer look at their City government will continue with events thursday and Friday. Mayor Marcella Mountjoy said. All obituary information is submitted by funeral Homos. Any obituary submitted before 9 30 . Monday through Friday and Biafora 8 30 . Saturday will a published that Day. Any obituary submitted after tha Daad Lina will a published tha following Day. Hot lines american cancer society a 1800 227 2345 Letra to Bead a 528 4228 opportunities for life pregnancy Causack lug a 1-800-822-5824 pregnancy helpline a 523 1113 drug and alcohol information �?523 9386 Panda hotline a 523 2050 Panda helpline a 528 7010 cancer information a 1 800 432 9321 women a shelter it. Vernon a 256 5911 Amarl Caa red Crane a 528 2867. 528 6630 or 528 5555. Learning by seeing photos submitted first Grade students at Whitley county Central elementary have been Busy lately taking Field trips and doing class projects to learn More about a particular subject. Above the students visited 3-r ranch Ana Learned about the work on a ranch observed the performances of a Rodeo horse and rider and attempted to rope a a practice calf in the barn. Below As a part of their study of native americans the students held an Indian pow wow on the school grounds. Students did performances which told of various cultures Sang Indian songs and performed several kinds of Indian dances. Each child dressed in Indian costume. Students from the classes taught by Lois Grimes Lee Hensley and Lisa Sweet also took a trip to the Williamsburg fire department As part of their study in fire prevention. The pupils Learned ways to protect themselves from the dangers of arrest 18 overnight by times Tribune staff writer Tri county police arrested 18 people overnight charging them with various offences. London City police charged Shirley Ann Shulz 36, with shoplifting Freddie c. Vaughn 42, with alcohol intoxication Glenda Hammons 24, with alcohol intoxication and failure to appear in court and Mary l. Allen. 29, with driving under the influence and suspended operators License. Kentucky state police charged laity w. Simpson. 18, with shoplifting Dwayne Jones 23, with alcohol intoxication and being a fugitive from Justice and Catherine Bennett 18, with speeding attempting to elude reckless driving and driving in the wrong Lane. Barbourville City police charged Robert Cole 55. With alcohol intoxication sixth offence Edna Wilson 30, with suspended operator s License third offence failure to Transfer motor vehicle no insurance no registration or registration plates and Rodney Merida 19, with driving under the influence probable cause no proof of insurance no License in Possession terroristic threatening and fourth degree assault. Knox county sheriffs department charged Mark Allen Paul 18, with failure to appear Rowland Roberts 20, with failure to appear Farley Collins 18. With failure to appear and Caleb Lee Rose 29, with failure to appear. Corbin City police charged Billy Reid 32. With driving under the influence and Terry Sharp 28, with third degree rape. Whitley county sheriffs deputies charged Curtis Miller. 30, with theft Over $100 and Bryan Paul 19, with two counts of theft by deception under $100. Get professional help Wolfe amp Farmer i attorneys at Law i Call toll free Mon 1-800-446-0167 j no attorney fee unless Case is won a pus is an advertisement Kentucky Law a does not certify specialities of Legal practice a clip and save times Tribune published daily except sunday new yrs do by Mernor 1 by. July 4, labor Day end Christmas by tha Corbin Timss Tribune incorporated at the Corner of Kentucky and Monroe Street Corbin Kentucky successor to the Corbin Enterprise established in 1882, end the Corbin time a. Entered As second class mail matter nov. 4, 1904, Corbin Kentucky. Subscription rates by mail in Whitley Laurel and Knox counties $62.04 per year plus $3 96 sales tax. Elsewhere in Kentucky $69.56 per year Plua $4.44 Alee tax. Outside Kentucky $76 per year. By Carrier one month $6,95 three months $20.85 six Montha $41.70 one year $83.40 single copy 35 Centa. Miss your paper Call 528 2464 before 7 ,,bir9, a Quot umber to Callia 528-2464, in Barbourville 528-2464 end in London 878-8763 uses 132-480 member of the associated press american newspaper pub Ushers association Kentucky press association the associated preen la exclusively entity Ted to the use for publication of All news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited to this paper and also local news published herein. A Feea that the publisher shall not be liable for damages arising out of error in advertisements beyond the amount paid for the apace actually occupied by that portion of the advertisement in which the error occurred whether Auch error la due to the negligence of the publisher s servants or otherwise and there shall be no liability tor non insertion of any advertisement beyond the amount paid for such advert Sament. R/9? Send address Chang a to 4001 to Bun p 0 to 516. Corbin by Mccreary clerk Dies Whitley City by. Apr services will be today for Mccreary county circuit court clerk Robert l. Hatfield who died monday of an apparent heart attack at a Somerset Hospital. He was 63. Hatfield had been circuit clerk since january 1976. Hatfield is survived by his wife Helen Hatfield two sons Robert Mark Hatfield of Frankfort and Richard Drew Hatfield of Whitley City a daughter Cynthia Kay Smith of Cincinnati a brother former Mccreary county attorney George w. A a Tweedy Hatfield of Whitley City a sister Betty Kathryn Hatfield of Whitley City and two grandchildren. Lions far from goal continued from Page 1 Pany $20 Mable of Neil sunday school class $25 Eva c. Halcomb $100 missionary girls first Christian Church $50 mrs. . Thompkins $20 convivial homemakers $10 a Friend $5 gods Money $163.63 Melvina Swanson $10 Rodney Combs $15 Shirley Combs $25 Malcom or Helen Brock $25 Ronnie and Sandra Evans in memory of Marvin Grubb Ellen Rubb and Joe Morrison $90 James and Barbara Hensley $10 Ruth Meadows $50 Ronald and Ellen Peebels $50 and Crit and Evelyn Bolton $10. I Quot Quot a Tift act Savel to Quot 11 disabled unable to work turned Down on social Security i or veterans benefits i i i

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