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Corbin Times Tribune (Newspaper) - April 6, 1990, Corbin, Kentucky Clear skies Low Temps temperatures were to be cooler than usual for this time of year tonight and saturday according to the National weather service. Quot Cloudy skies prevailed across Kentucky Eairy Friday morning. An area of Light rain moved across the state thursday night and Friday said forecaster Bemon beavers. A rainfall amounts were Light ranging from Only a Trace to around one tenth of an Inch. Temperatures were in the lower to mid 40s. The wind was northerly at 5 to 10 beavers said. Today skies will Clear and precipitation will end from the West As cold High pressure builds into the Region. High temperatures will Only be in the 40s,&Quot beavers added. A tonight under mostly Clear skies temf5cratures will fall into the 20s statewide. Saturday will be mostly sunny but Cool for this time of year. Highs will be in the upper 40s to around 50,&Quot beavers said. Zones if 3, 4 tonight mostly Clear and cold. Low in the upper 20s. North wind 5 to 10 Mph. Saturday sunny but continued Cool. High around 50. Zones 2f 7 tonight becoming Clear and cold. Low in the upper 20s. North wind 5 to 10 Mph. Saturday mostly sunny but continued Cool. High around 50. Zone 5 tonight becoming Clear. Cold with the Low in the mid 20s. North wind 5 to 10 Mph. Saturday sunny but continued Cool. High in the mid 40s. Zone 6 tonight becoming mostly Clear late. Cold with the Low in the Upp it or 20s. North wind 5 to 10 Mph. Saturday mostly sunny but continued Cool. High in the upper 40s. Zones 8f 9 tonight becoming mostly Clear late. Colder with the Low in the mid 20s. North wind 5 to 10 Mph. Saturday mostly sunny but continued Cool. High in the upper 40s. Extended forecast the extended forecast Calls for mostly sunny skies sunday increasing cloudiness with a Chance of showers developing monday and a Chance of thundershowers tuesday. Sunday s lows will be around 30, with highs in the 50s. Monday s lows will be 35 to 40, warming into the 40s tuesday. Highs monday and tuesday will be in the 60s. Around the state he re Are the previous Day s High temperature the overnight now and precipitation figures for a 24-hour period ending at 7 . Today As provided by the Nati ortal weather service for selected Kentucky cities. City High Low Preci Bowling Green 68 39 0.21 Covington 61 35 Trace Jackson 67 41 0.20 Lexington 62 38 005 London 64 44 0.25 Louisville 64 41 Trace Paducah 66 40 0.03 a regional weather i a graphic warmer tempera Tures and sunny skies Are expected for the Region saturday. National weather the acc weather forecast for noon saturday april 7. 60 60 Linee show Toh temperatures a a cold warm state Only 01990 acc weather. Inc 0� �z3�3bo Hoh Low showers Fum t Straus Nur Hies Snow ice sumy it Cloudy Cloudy a graphic the National weather forecast for saturday predicts flurries Over portions of new England with thunderstorms for Florida ans showers Likely from new Mexico stretching into California. Showers Are also predicted from Montana to Wyoming with the rest of the nation expected to see fair skies. Joel Peyton 6, a Central elementary student likes to reflect the Sun in a Mirror on a sunny Spring Day. The times Tribune encourages children under 12 to Send their favorite weather drawing to . Box 516, Corbin by 40701. Itie 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. Germans work on new government East Berlin apr an East German leftist party and a conservative Alliance cleared away some ideological differences Ines torts to build a Broad coalition government the adn news Agency said today. Christian democratic Leader Lothar de Maiziere whose party holds the most seats in parliament. Was asked to try to form a government during thursday s inaugural session of the new legislature. De a Silliere is trying to resolve differences Over reunification and build a Broad coalition from the 11 parties represented. His Success would Speed the merger of the German states the principal Issue in the country a first free elections on March 18. The Christian democrats Are part of a conservative Alliance that also includes democratic Awakening and the German social Union. The Alliance has tried to ally with the left leaning social democrats despite serious ideological differences Between that party and the social Union. Those two parties were Able to put aside some differences in a late night meeting according to East Germany s adn news Agency. Adn quoted social Democrat chief Markus Meckel As saying there Are still a a differing views Quot Between the two parties but Quot no obstacles that can to be de Maizler needs a Broad coalition to ensure the two thirds vote needed to enact constr Sutlon Al changes required for unification. Members of the conservative Alliance follow the policies espoused by their like minded colleagues in Bonn led by Chancel Lor Helmut Kohl. Kohl said again today his countrymen will not face a tax increase to finance the heavy costs of German unification. Quot a tax increase would unnecessarily Brake the economic upswing and have a counterproductive effect Quot Kohl said in the West German City of Ludwigshafen. Unification was a prominent theme of thursdays inaugural session of the 400-member parliament. And the lawmakers formally dismantled the communist system that ruled for four decades. Despite differences Over How to proceed with unification. East German political parties together oppose a proposal by the West German Central Bank to Trade East Marks for West Marks at a 2-1 Exchange. Thousands of East germans rallied nationwide thursday to demand a 1-1 rate which would offset unemployment and inflation in East Germany once the countries unite. However West Germany said thursday it was moving ahead with plans to replace the nearly worthless East German currency with the mighty Western Mark by summer. The est German lawmakers chose Christian Democrat Sabine Bergmann Pohl to serve As parliament president. He said he hoped the legislators do a Justice to our responsibilities and that we soon sit in a common German the parliament also created the office of president a ceremonial head of state and abolished the communist collective body the Council of state. Photo a Rodney May Usison Betty Perkins right former Corbin City clerk congratulates Corbin police chief Carson Mullins thursday night. Police chief suspended continued from Page 1 Almony proved that Mullins did hit miss Moses vehicle with another vehicle though it was not proven the Mullins vehicle was a police Chi user. Rains waited approximately four years to bring the charge against Mullins. Tipton said. Since 1986 no similar incidents have occurred he said. Though the dispute began in private at miss Moses trailer it was taken to a Public place the Whitley county jail. Tipton said. He said the evidence showed Mullins went to the jail in an attempt to reconcile with miss Moses and that he said he should kill himself because his career was Over. He said it Wasny to proven however that Mullins was a out of control and darting around Quot screaming he was going to kill himself As the officers and dispatchers had alleged. The proof showed. Tipton said Mullins said he ought to kill himself but the statement appeared to have been made out of frustration and anger of the moment rather than out of any real intent to carry out the threat. The commission dismissed four charges with prejudice saying Lundy. Rains. Is. Justice and is. Hagan failed to prove Mullins was guilty of the charges. Those charges were wiretapping assistant chief Nolan Birds Telephone tapping the phone lines at pm ambulance service without Legal authority misconduct by falling to carry out the oath of his office and overdosing on drugs Crawford said he and his clients were disappointed Mullins Wasny to found guilty on those charges. Commissioner Ekl the said today he Hopes the decision a puts an end to the bickering in the police department. We want to get Back to being a Good police department like we once he said some plans Are being made As to what the police department will be doing during Mullins absence. He declined to elaborate. Tri county bulletin Board correction in the Whitley county grand jury indictments tuesday. Donnie g. Davis was incorrectly printed As Donna g. Davis. Yard Sale the East Corbin Christian Church on old Barbourville Hwy. Will have a Yard Sale 8 . To 4 . Saturday rain or Shine. Revivals Faber Baptist Church will have revival services 11 . Sunday through april 14. Services each evening will begin at 7 . With evangelist Bro. Kennon Roark. The Good Hope Baptist Church will have revival services sunday through april 13 nightly beginning at 7 . With evangelist Thurman Taylor. Watson Chapel Baptist will have revival services sunday through april 14 beginning 7 . Nightly with evangelist Vernon Jones. Special singing Hopewell Baptist Church will Host a singing sunday with the est Barbourville quartet at 6 . Sunday. Singing revival the singing redeemed will be at the Indian Creek Baptist Church at 7 . Saturday. Revival services begin at 7 . Monday with evangelist Doyel Smith. Cemetery funds funds Are needed for the Upkeep of the Norville cemetery. Send Money to Allie Edwards. 835 Parkside Road. London by. 40741. Make checks payable to the Norville cemetery fund. Clarification tie Federal minimum wage has increased to $3.85 an hour and the state minimum wage increased to $3.80, a Story printed in mondays times Tribune failed to clarify that the Federal increase was 5 cents higher than the state increase which goes into effect july 15. A laser photo Lundgren returned Damon Lundgren right arrives at Cleveland Hopkins Airport thursday afternoon after being extradited from san Diego. Lundgren son of cult Leader Jeffery Lundgren is charged with murder in the cult killings of the Dennis Avery family whose bodies were found buried in a Kirt land Ohio barn in january. Laurel Man is charged with series of break ins by Susan Phelps London Bureau a Laurel county Man was charged thursday in connection with a series of recent break ins. London City police detective Bill Justice said William d. Rader. 18, of East Bernstadt. Was Che urged with third degree burglary. Receiving stolen property and terroristic threatening. He is being held in the Laurel county jail. Rader was captured by police following a foot Chase near downtown London thursday. Police were notified by a citizen that the Glass was broken out of the front door of North London Shell food Mart on main Street. When police arrived officers saw Rader run behind the station and get into a car which was later found abandoned and filled with a variety of merchandise. Kentucky state police a Spe Cicil canine unit was called to the scene to track the Man who was found hiding in Brush in a Field near the station according to Justice. After an investigation Rader was also linked to another break in when lottery tickets were found inside the car. The tickets were among items taken from London Gulf Eind Manl grocery located on the Kentucky 192-bypass, wednesday he said. A Daniel Boone country promoted by times Tribune staff Wrt Teh local tourism officials promoted a Daniel Boone country Quot at sport and travel shows in four states recently. A we attended shows in sex markets. Cincinnati Louisville. Columbus Indianapolis. Cleveland and Pittsburgh which was an entirely new show for said Ken Harvey executive director of the London Lau re 1 county Tou r-1st commission. A with the exception of plots Janrose Elam Janrose Elam. 73. Of route 6. Bee Creek Road. Corbin died wednesday. April 4, 1990 in Corbin. Survivors include her husband Enerett Elam of route 6, Corbin her son Howard Frank. Bell. Or. Of Covington her daughter Patsy Bell Gresson of Millidge Villega. Her Stepson. Robert Elam of Baltimore my. Her stepdaughter Nancy Elam of Covington her sister Madge Pewitt of Corbin three Brothers Harry Jeffries John k. Jeffries and Arthur Jeffries or. All of Williamsburg six grandchildren sex great grandchildren. Funeral service is 2 . Sunday at Ellison tineral Home with Rev. Larry Mulberry officiating. Burial will be in the Felts Chapel cemetery. Visitation is after 6 . Saturday at the funeral Home. Dan Lockhard Dan Lockhard 85. Of Ariemus died to thursday april 5, 1990 at his residence. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Hampton funeral Home Othia Mcclure Othla Shehan Mcclure 84, of Covington formerly of Laurel county died tuesday april 3, 1990 at her residence. Survivors include her daughter. Ella Louise Shaw of Covington two Brothers Robert Bustle of Westchester. Ohio and Arville Bustle of Middletown Ohio four Sisters. Cleda Ellison of Knoxville tenn., Beatrice Daugherty of Taylorsville Leona Cornett and Gladys Cromer both of Lockland. Ohio. Funeral service is 2 . Saturday at House Rawlings fun nerd Home with the Rev. Randy Wallace officiating. Burial will be in the Swiss Colony cemetery. Visitation is from 12 a 2 . Saturday at the funeral Home. Burgh which had a disappointing attendance fantastic crowds were on hand in All these markets and interest in our area was for the past few years the London and Corbin tourist commissions have worked together in promoting Laurel Lake. Levi Jackson state Park Cumberland Falls state Park. Renfro Valley and other area attractions. More than one million people attended the shows sad 90, xxx pieces of literature about the Region were distributed. Driver awakens As truck is taken continued from Page 1 his partner said he was glad meerhoff Wasny to injured in the incident. A i sleep so soundly that if it had been me i done to know where i would have been Quot said Hans hew. Tie Drivers frequently Stop in London because it is Midway on their route. They said they were planning to go ahead and make their delivery today in Dayton. But will Uliey be returning to London a we Stop in London every trip but i done to know if we will now Quot said meerhoff a if we do. You can bet ill hav e an extra set of keys All obituary information is submitted by Tun a ral Homas any obituary submitted before 9.30 . Monday through Friday and before 8 30 saturday will be published that Day. Any obituary submitted after the deadline will be published the following Day. Times Tribune published Dally except sunday new year s Day memorial Day july 4, labor Day thanksgiving and Christmas by the Corban time Tribune incorporated at the Comer of a and Christmas by the Corby --------1, incorporated at the Comer of Kentucky Avenue and Monroe Street Corbin Kentucky 40701. Successor to the Corbin Enterprise established in 1892, and the Corbin times. Entered As second class mail Mattar. Nov. 4, 1904, Corbin. Kentucky. Subscription hates by mail in Whitley Laurel and Knox counties $57.15 per year plus $2.85 sales tax. 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