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Corbin Times Tribune (Newspaper) - January 10, 1998, Corbin, Kentucky Today s world 1997 unemployment lowest in 40 years Washington apr unemployment inched up to 4.7 percent in december but 1997 nevertheless entered the record books As a terrific year. American joblessness Hasni to been lower in peacetime since 1957. But with asian turmoil hammering the . Stock Market and starting to spill Over to the american Economy president Clinton a chief economic adviser acknowledged 1998 May not be quite As Good. Of More immediate concern to Wail Street traders than asians Impact on . Employment is its threat to the profits of companies exporting to the Region. The Dow Jones average of Industrial stocks Sank 222 Points to close Friday at 7,580, bringing the decline for the week to 385 Points. Still fridays report underscored the Economy a fundamental health. Average monthly unemployment last year a 4.9 percent a matched rates of 1973 and 1970. It Hasni to been lower since 1969, when production for the Vietnam War pushed the rate to 3.5 percent. And it Hasni to been lower in peacetime in four decades. Clinton peace Mission proves Rocky Jerusalem apr the latest peace Mission of president Clinton a Mideast envoy ended Friday with Israel Only hardening its position dismissing earlier pledges to palestinians on West Bank troop withdrawals. Talking Tough ahead of a meeting with Clinton israeli prime minister Ber Jamin Netanyahu said he will carry out just one limited withdrawal instead of the three he had promised the palestinians. And in Defiance of . Requests to halt settlement construction Israel revealed tentative plans to double the number of Homes in jewish settlements Over the next two decades a a plan that further angered the palestinians. Star temperatures heating evolution theory Washington apr astronomers taking the temperature of the universe say they have sampled heat from virtually every Star that has Ever shone a discovery that will help refine theories about the evolution of the universe. Using an instrument aboard the cosmic background explorer satellite astronomers from the space Telescope science Institute measured the glow of infrared Energy a or heat a in dust particles that were warmed by stars from almost the very beginning of the universe. This primordial heat gives astronomers an idea of How much Energy has been generated by nearly ail of the stars formed since the big bang said Michael Hauser Leader of the astronomy team. Hauser said that Starlight from very Early in the history of the universe warmed dust particles and that this heat is preserved in sort of a a cosmic safety Deposit boxy and can be detected by a satellite instrument that was cooled to near absolute Zero. News beat lost and found to perform in Tenn. Noted Bluegrass group lost amp found will be appearing in the Claiborne county High school auditorium in Tazewell Tenn. Sunday. The show will get underway at 2 . When a amps express band will take the stage. Tickets May be reserved by calling 423-869-2444. They will also be available at the door. Laurel Fork water corp to hold meeting the Laurel Fork water corporation will hold a regular meeting of its Board of directors tuesday evening. The meeting will be at the Henderson settlement Community Center in Frakes and will begin at 5 . Community participation is needed and encouraged. Everyone is Welcome. Whitley Airport Board to meet tuesday the Whitley county Airport Board will hold its regular monthly meeting tuesday at 1 at the civic Center. Financial Aid workshop is monday the Corbin High school guidance office will Host a financial Aid workshop for parents and or students seeking financial Aid for College monday at 6 30 . In the Library at Corbin High school. Free cholesterol screening to be held Werner Grentz . Invites the Public to an open House and free cholesterol screening. Thursday from 10 . 3 . For More information Call 606-864-8677. The office is located at 1320 East Highway 192 across the Street from Cedar Creek Mobile Home sales. After turning into driveway the office is the first building on the right in the lower level. Passion play set for next week the Cedar Gap Baptist Church in Woodbine will be performing a a life of Christ passion play. Performances Are scheduled for Jan. 16 and 17 at the Church on Corn Creek Road. There is no admission but a love offering will be collected. For More information Call 549-4893. South elem. Sadm Council to meet the South elementary site based decision making Council will meet monday at 6 . In the school Library. Bingo game to begin tuesday the ladies auxiliary of the veterans of foreign wars is hosting tuesday morning Bingo games in Corbin. The games Start at 11 . Tuesday at the vow Post 1410 at 206 South Kentucky ave. In Corbin. Veterans of Vietnam War to meet the veterans of the Vietnam War will meet monday at 7 . At the Catholic Church in Williamsburg. All Vietnam veterans and other veterans Are Welcome. Service officers will be present at the meeting. Whitley family resource to meet the Whitley Central family resource advisory Council will meet monday at 9 . In room ill. Share holding sign for january sign for the january share food distribution will be held at the emergency Flond and service inc. Office at the a Choc site now through Friday Between 8 30 . And 3 30 . Distribution will be on Jan. 24. Everyone is eligible to participate. There is no income limitation. The Cost for each order is $14, payable by Cash or food Stamps along with two hours of Volunteer service in the Community. A $1 donation is requested but not required. Each order is designed to serve a family of four for one week and multiple orders May be purchased. Call 546-4622 for further information. Adult education advisory Board to meet the Williamsburg Independent adult education advisory Board will be meeting tuesday at noon in the Williamsburg Independent family resource Center located at the Cumberland regional mall office building. Everyone interested is invited. Chs site based Council to meet the Corbin High school site based decision making Council will meet at 7 . Monday in the schools Library. South Laurel Sadm to meet thursday the South Laurel High school site based decision making Council will meet thursday at 7 . In the High schools Library or conference room. Cloudy and cold for weekend the second of two cold fronts passed through Kentucky overnight bringing Little weather changes but keeping cold weather lingering Over the state according to the National weather service in Louisville. The cold front ushered in slightly cooler air sending lows to around 30 degrees. Tonight temperatures Are expected to take a bigger dip into the upper 20s. Daytime High temperatures today will warm Only to the lower 40s with very Little Sunshine. The next threat of precipitation will arrive late sunday evening or on monday in the form of either rain or Snow. Today a weather Randall Patterson 7,submits today a weather drawing the times Tribune encourages All students in the area to submit weather drawings to times Tribune weather drawings . Box 516, Corbin by. 40702. The pictures must be drawn on White paper with a Black Marker. The name age and school should be written on the Back of the drawing. Sunday mostly Cloudy Sun. Night highs 40s monday rain Chance High 50s Mon. Night rain Chance Low 30s tuesday rain Chance n s v \ n High 50s Senate takes another move toward a political reality Frankfort by. Apr the new partisan political reality in the Kentucky Senate has taken on yet another manifestation. The Senate committee on committees which has the sometimes delicate task of referring Bills to individual standing committees for consideration has begun letting republicans move where to Send Republican sponsored Bills. Historically the committee on committees was one of the places where democrats exerted their influence sending proposed legislation to committees where it might Fly or die depending on the will of the majority party. But Senate president Larry Saunders a Louisville who was elected to his spot with the help of the 18 republicans in the chamber and defied by most of the democrats said today the new proce Dure is More egalitarian but not a Complete Concession. A a we re trying to work together a Saunders said. For the first time sponsors Are being asked what committees they would like their Bills referred. Then party leaders Are asked. The committee on committees where democrats still hold a one person majority makes the final decision. A the Bottom line is republicans Are not picking their committees a Saunders insisted. Democratic whip Fred Bradley of Frankfort said the new procedure has worked Well in the four Days since the opening of the session. But the controversial Bills Are yet to come. A so far it Hasni to been of any consequence a Bradley said. Coroner says inmate died of head injuries Louisville by. Apr a Jefferson county jail inmate who fought with corrections officers died from head injuries according to a coroners report Friday that brought a Quick reaction from the Many a relatives. Jefferson county Coroner Richard Greathouse said that Adrian Reynolds died at the jail As the result of subdural Haematoma which occurs when tissue Between the Skull and brain is damaged by blows. A this death was due to his traumatic injuries to his head sustained during the course of his incarceration in the Jefferson county jail a Greathouse said at a news conference. A member of Reynolds family the Rev. Rich am Reynolds said the autopsy a Cha amp brought the truth out concerning what happened to my Cousin while he was in the care of corrections officers. The truth being that he was brutally Adrian Reynolds family has said accounts from other inmates Lead them to believe the officers beat Reynolds to death. Richard Reynolds the youth minister at St. Stephen Baptist Church said an inmate who was in the next cell told the family that a corrections officer stood on the neck and shoulder of Reynolds As he was handcuffed and lying face Down on the floor. Adrian Reynolds 34, was pronounced dead at University of Louisville Hospital at 12 50 . Est wednesday corrections officials said. Louisville police said he was taken there after getting into a fight with corrections offi cers who say they were trying to prevent him from committing suicide with a bedsheets. Us gets feasibility study on its Arena options by Mike Embry associated press writer Lexington by. Apr the University of Kentucky athletics association has a new option in its study of a basketball Arena a Purchase Rupp Arena from the City. Us president Charles Wethington or. Met with Lexington mayor Miller on Friday about the possibility of buying Rupp Arena. Later the Ukia Board of directors was presented an Arena feasibility study that did not include buying Rupp. A both of us feel that we should explore this option before we go any further with the other options a Wethington said. A a there a no urgency for us to Rush to a decision. We want to be sure that we re exploring All the Ukia Board authorized the schools administration to negotiate with Lexington Center corp., which operates Rupp Arena on a possible Sale of the 22-year-old building. A a in a encouraged that us seems genuinely interested in pursuing the Purchase and Over the past two weeks we have exchanged a lot of financial information a Miller said. A the Challenge will be finding a Price tag that is fair to taxpayers and that will accommodate the a Nib sports architecture of Kansas City evaluated three options to meet the schools basketball needs a renovate memorial coliseum a proposal to renovate Rupp Arena and a new on Campus Arena. Only the renovation of memorial coliseum which would expand seating from 9,000 to As Many As 25,000, was not deemed an attractive option since the Cost would exceed that of building a new Arena according to the study. The study said a new facility on Campus located next to Commonwealth stadium and costing an estimated $93 million May be viable for the University. A new facility which would seat about 22,000, would have 64 to 75 private suites 1,905 to 2,235 club seats and 120 to 140 club memberships. Obituaries Patricia Smith Patricia Garland Smith 41, of 704 Engineer St. In Corbin passed away tuesday january 6, 1998, at her Home. She was a member of the sacred Hearth Catholic Church. She was preceded in death by her father Connie b. Garland. She is survived by her Mother Joann Pace of Corbin her grandparents Roy and Edna Hopper of Corbin three Sisters Yvonne Garland Bishop of Corbin Amy Pace Alexander of Corbin and Mary Lee Pace of Pensacola Fla. One aunt Lois Garland Clouse of Corbin one Uncle Leon Parrott of Gray five cousins Teresa Parrott Martin Tammy Parrott wine Debbie Clouse Hart Dean Clouse and Shelia Garland souths and several nieces and nephews. The funeral services will be held at 10 30 . Monday at the sacred heart Catholic Church with father Roger Arnsparger officiating. Burial will be in the Pine Hill cemetery. Rosary services will be con Fred at 8 30 . Sunday at the Corbin Almeral Home. The family will receive friends after 6 . Sunday at the Corbin Lineral Home. Pallbearers will be Steve Lundy Doug Alexander Malcom Pace Jim Pace Giulio Cima and Dennis Hart. The Corbin fineral Home is in charge of the arrangements Byron l. Schiesz director. In lieu of Flowers donations May be made to the sacred heart Catholic Church. Dennis Hall Dennis Hall 46, of Toledo Ohio and formerly of Williamsburg passed away monday Jan. 5,1998, i Toledo Ohio. He was the son of the late Elijah and Mahala Hall. The funeral services will be held at 11 . Today saturday at the Walker Almeral Home in Toledo Ohio. This announcement is a Courtesy of the Croley Almeral Home in Williamsburg. Irene Reynolds Irene Meadors Reynolds 77, of Lancing Mich and formerly of the Jellico Creek Community passed away Friday january 9, 1998, in Lancing. She was the sister of John and Leo Meadors both of Jellico Creek. The funeral services will be held in Lancing. This announcement is a Courtesy of the Ellison Almeral Home in Williamsburg. Lee Mckeehan Lee Mckeehan 77, of Monroe Mich and formerly of Whitley county passed away thursday january 8, 1998, at mercy memorial Hospital in Monroe Mich. He was the son of the late Preston and Rhoettia Hill Mckeehan. The funeral services will be held at 11 . Monday at the Earle Little Almeral Home Chapel in Monroe Mich. Burial will be in the Rose Lawn cemetery in Monroe Mich. The family will receive friends from 1 to 9 . Sunday at the Earle Little funeral Home. This announcement is Courtesy of the Jones and son Almeral Home of Williamsburg. John Patrick John William Patrick 72, of Hwy. 511 in Corbin passed away Friday january 9, 1998, at his Home. He was a member of . Carson masonic Lodge in Cincinnati Ohio for 30 years. He is survived by his wife Shirley e. Mayne Patrick of Hwy. 511 in Corbin one daughter Sandra Hiles of Newport two grandchildren Tracey kill Han and Stacey Adamkiewicz five great grandchildren one sister Laura Neal Meadows and husband Estil of Williamsburg one brother Tillman Patrick of Williamsburg several nieces and nephews and a Host of other relatives and friends to mourn his passing. The funeral services will be held at 2 . Sunday at the Croley Almeral Home Chapel with revs. Doyle Lester and Bill Mitchell officiating. Burial will be in the Sutton Pemberton cemetery. Williamsburg masonic Lodge 490 of amp am will conduct masonic services at 7 . Saturday at the funeral Home. All Lodge members Are requested to meet at the Lodge at 6 30 . The family will receive friends after 6 . Saturday. The Croley Almeral Home of Williamsburg is in charge of the arrangements. Myrtle Slusher Myrtle Mills Slusher 87, of Mills on stinking Creek passed away Friday january 9, 1998, at the Laurel Heights Home for the elderly in London. She was the Mother of Charlotte Lynn Robinson of London. The funeral services will be held at 2 . Sunday at the Salem Baptist Church at Mills. Burial will be in the Mills cemetery at Mills. The family will receive friends from 6 to 9 . Today saturday and from 1 . Sunday until the funeral hour at the Church. The Hopper Almeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. Sarah Cupp Sarah g. Cupp 87, of Corbin passed away Friday january 9, 1998, at the Corbin nursing Home. She was a member of the Corinth Baptist Church where she was a former sunday school teacher. She was also a member of the Whitley county homemakers. She was the widow of the late Rev. A. J. Cupp. She is survived by two sons Arnold Cupp and wife Diane of St. Clair shores Mich., and Ernest Cupp and wife Zella of Corbin five grandchildren four great grandchildren two great great grandchildren and one sister Bessie Steele of Corbin. The Simeral services will be held at 2 . Sunday at the Hart Almeral Home Chapel with Rev. Carl Evans officiating. Burial will be in the Corinth cemetery. The family will receive friends after 5 . Today saturday at the Hart Almeral Home. Pallbearers will be her grandsons and great grandsons. The Hart Almeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. Times Tribune the times Tribune uses 132-480 is published daily except sunday new year s Day. Memorial Day Independence Day labor Day and Christmas Day by the times Tribune at 201 n Kentucky Street. Corbin by. 40701 periodicals postage is paid at . Post office Corbin by 40701. 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