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Corbin Times Tribune (Newspaper) - May 9, 1986, Corbin, Kentucky A a the , Friday May 9,19m Kentucky weather pleasant weather should continue by lie associated press Ilie weekend forecast is for warm but less humid conditions according to the National weather of Trice. A a cold front that slipped into Kent Day thursday fit it a the Iker Alwast and Broumet cooler and less humid air to the North and East then continued Tox a slowly South and West during the new a said forecaster Norm Reitmeyer. A this front will be oriented from Northwest Florida to East Missouri by this afternoon with a huge area of his pressure extending Onmi Eastern Canada to Georgia including the lower Ohio Vall a a Reitmeyer said. A the High should keep Kentucky free of rain through most of the weekend with tone natures and humid ties quite a peasant a he added. Extended forecast sunday throng tuesday the extended forecast Calls for continued unseasonably warm conditions sunday through tuesday with a Diance of showers and thunderstorms monday and tuesday. Hite win Range from the lower to mid 80s with lows from 55 to 65. Around Kentucky or Arth previous Day s High Tampa Atura. Tha ovary lbt Low and figures for a 24-hour Parlord ending at a . Today As mod by tha National Wathor Sar Vlco for Soloc Tod Kentucky cities. City Bowling groan Covington Jackson Lexington London Louls Villo Paducah fort can tall fort Kim High Low proc is s7 79 90 10 94 79 99 04 99 13 99 90 43 a lung missing around the nation Friday Tampo Faturos indicate High and overnight Low to previous Day s 0 . Not. Zone 1 partly Cloudy tonight. Low in the lower 60s. Light East wind. Try sunny Ai Day. High in the lower to mid 80s. Southeast wind 10 to 15 i. Zones 2, 3 gear tonight. Low in the in per 50s. Light East wind. Sunny saturday. High around 80. Southeast wind 10 to 15 i. Zones 4, 9 gear tonight. Low in the mid 50s. Light East wind. Sunny saturday. High around 80. St wind 10 to around Southeast wind 10 to 15 Mph. Zones 5, 7 gear and Cool tonight. Low 50 to 55. Eastwind5tol0 i. Sunny saturday. High in the mid 70s. Southeast wind 5 to 15 Mph. Zones 6, 8 gear and Cool tonight. Low 45 to 50. Light East wind. Sunny and Liea Sant saturday. High in the mid to or 70s. High and Low for the 24-hour Pwood ending at 9 . Friday the i was 84 degrees at 4 . A hour Day and the Low was a degrees at 6 . Friday. My precipitation was recorded at the Union Gorbin Airport. 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Barro 44 49 Cir Wilmington do. 77 49 Edy Natomi tmpr�1vr thursday a my at fray Vanung a a at Extrema High Taxa Law warm weather Catuy Johnson 4, a Joyed the warm weather thursday afternoon As he watched the Laurel Courdy and Williamsburg baseball Gams. Tha Tomas Tribune encourages children under 12 to Send weather drawings to be published in this space. Send the pictures drawn on White pier with a Black Marker or pen to . Box 516, Corbin ky., 40701. Fire still burning at chernobyl Kiev . A the mayor said today that a Quarter million children will leave so owl Early this year because of the chernobyl nuclear Accident but that the decision was not an emergency measure. A we Are simply advancing the Normal school Holiday a Little bit a Kiev mayor Valentin Gursky told a Small group a fore Jim reporters during a visit arrange Oby the soviet foreign ministry. Meanwhile ukrainian health minister Anatoly Romanenko warned in an article in today a isme of the newspaper pravda Ukraine that prof re sex a Wash Wal water Down streets and Yards and keep children indoors As much As possible. A the situation has markedly improved since my last address. The Lead of background radiation is gradually falling. At present it is in the limit of the norms recommended by National and International organizations and does not represent a danger to the health the Phil anon including children a he wrote. However it was not Clear whether he was referring to radiation Levels in the Accident area or in Kiev it Adf located 80 Miles to the South. On thursday ukrainian Premier Alexander Lyashkov told the Western journalists that work Crews still were trying to put out the fire in the so Deering reacts. He also said authorities had not Ord Ted the maker part of the evacuate us until six Days aft the Accident and had waited far two Days to inform Moscow of the full scope of what is now believed to be the West disaster in the history of nuclear Power. In All Lyashkov said 84,000 people were evacuated from settlements around the Power Plant in the Northern ukr uie after an a ii lotion Are and my Down in Sheroo Bwll a reactor no. 4 spewed a radioactive Cloud Over much of Europe. A the temperature of the reactor has gone Down to 300 degrees celsius 572 degrees fahrenheit a Lyashkov add the reporters. A this Means that the burning has practically stopped. The Radi Mion a stable Wim the tendency downward. A British broadcasting corp. Monitors in London quoted Romanenko As saying on Kiev radio thursday that the first seven grades of school in Kiev and in the evacuate pm zone will close May 15. The Stdio d year normally runs until the end of May or Early june. The children will be taken to a work and Leisure Camps and Pioneer Camps in the South of the Ukraine one of the 15 soviet republics he was quoted As saying. Meanwhile he said drop must he kept indoors As much As pos Sib in Wev the soviet unions third largest City the Sale of food and drink on streets was banned As a precaution radiation Che to were being made at Farmers markets and aul Hose leaving the City were be checked with Gosger counters Sociol Media said. The ukrainian prime minister said the Accident a eloped in an unusual Way not a As scientific knowledge would Tove or cited. First there was Small explosion and a Small radioactive initial measurements a showed there was not i to fear Lyashkov Sis id. A Brief report on the first pub Cly announced pout buro meet it since the Accident said the a ruling to had ordered compensation paid to Chomo Byl Vistinis. And praised the a self control and bravery of those involved. Corbin Board finally sees Whitley proposal Cottam Efrom Page i also the Board voted to employ Eulene Moore and Donna rapier As Antral office Personne with a five percent Sala increase. Eulene Moore was appointed treasurer for the co bin Board of education. Glenda Maloney was hired As a teachers Aid for the handicapped with and special a five percent salary increase also. Ina Hooper was hired As an instructional Aid with a five percent salary increase. James mess Lenvill Deaton Randle Gross Gene Bryan Luther Adkins Vicki Lipscomb Mike Garrett David Eaton Nell Lanham Arthur Gark James Morgan and Doyle Miller were hired As custodians with a five percent salary increase for the 1 year Brenda Jones Linda Mubi to Daisy Betty Mcdonald Jewell Day Vivian Walt Barbara Godsey Clouse Nancy o. Smith Mildred Fox and Ruth rapier were bus Drivers with a five percent salary increase. Jul amp Mitcheu Carol Euen Wau and Vicki ii pc it Hub were hired As substitute bus Drivers for the 1966-87 school year. Hallie Parman Gergia Gibson Alice Wols Eva Mae Sunivan Marcella Terry Kathy Hart Mildred Kinder Jeannie c4rver, Tevis Phelps Bette Wols Joyce Freeman Rella Stevens deca a Petrey Phyllis Rice sane Reasor Linda Miner Lewda Sumner hired As submit Ute Cooks for the 1986-87 school year. Ruth Rada and Michad Barum were Hias substitute custodians for the next Somol year. Jeanette Ladoui Durer was appointed in service education i recur and the master in service Idan for the next school year was approved. Linda Bailey Jesse males Brenda Daniel kith Nance Teresa Harodl Rebecca j. King Jeannie Cash Patty Smith Virld Exona Martin and Patsy Taylor were hired As a Imchoon managers and Cooks for the 1986-87 school year with a five percent salary increase. Watters Cindy f Penny Wiliamson Roger d. Rebecca Greer Debra 1 Homie Marion Erry to Lor Kathryn j. Farm Cindy Creed Fisher Petrey Messer. Karren Shelley and Patricia Venable were hired As substitute teachers for the next school year. John Talbott was hired on a limited contract to be the band director few the 1986-87 a drool year. In other business the Board approved the use of the school for Optimist gub cheer leading mics. A approved the use of the Middle school cafeteria for the big Brothers big Sisters banquet. A approved participating in the summer youth work program. Api moved the use of the in school and Middle Schod for the redound varsity gub Hall of Fame program in october. A approved a trip for Eit students and two coaches to att the amp Ecial olympics at Western notify. Five recent Shait i Cook Beulah Rogers Lomini .986-87 school Marsha l. Fewer Cardine pay Sewell Bonne Manon Neny Taylor sri Phynis by Carolyn Combs Kasey Kentucky University Lominac Linda Dick Teena r. Mack Kidd Iii. Tena panel chastises Price supports Washington a a a Gressional panel has chastised agn culture department officials Over their implode station of a new tobacco Price support system saying the new regulations will unduly Hurt Farmers. At Issue in thursdays hearing before the House agriculture tobacco subcommittee were cuts bang made in Farmers x4ce-support Loans this year to meet the new deficit reduction Law and the size of 1986 tobacco production quotas. Dallas Smith director of the he said the Govorun ent had no Choice Init to Paroly the 4.3 per Oit Ade in program Price support loan rates substantially there was no Pri Ion in. Law to credit the lower Leve a Tow re meeting deficit reduction Tai ets in the Gramm Rudman Law. Cut being made in most programs this year to Price support Levels As Well. That Means that instead of receiving Loans of $1.44 a Pound for flue cured tobacco that does not sell at auction Farmers will get just $1.37. For Burley the amount will be $1.42, rather than the announced level of $1.49. A a in a afraid this has been decided a rep. Charlie Rose d-. The subcommittee chairman. A we be urged other decisions. Its a great Rose also criticized the departments calculation of this years marketing quotas which for the first time Are based Ltd the amounts reserves. Those amounts have been set a 1986 at 727 million pounds for flue cited and 493.5 mini of to ids for Burley. He said us a administrators have ignored Congress instructions and revised the Export numbers at the Ruest of cigarette companies resulting in a quota loss of 137.5 million pounds Over three years. A i just done to think you All Are following what was in the Law to s be that kind of accommodation to e cigarette com ibanies a he said. A we fid no to say a get out join slide Rule and see How Mudi you can Robert Miller another official in the tobacco is Rice support program defended the changes in Enort numbers saying census data from proved the use of silk Fri buses for the girls basketball team to attend Camp at leu a band trip to Kings Island a first Nade class trip Toic Noxville zoo a Peca and Cha club trip to King Island and noting a bus m Piney Grove baptism Lurden for a trip to lungs Island. Rentich it Ved an addendum to the evaluate on end Alowees Pis the Doaran a next regular meeting win be june 12. Of certified school an. For Tito Roe Ord o poem Newm Asp i Gretter Nakfa say they win need Erves. A Frajt la City has insurance problems the Kentucky municipal league. He said two Musci parities a Ouglas Inus a fourth class City in a and Crest Lampeu co police Despai inability to Clyd brawn it Chr a we Tai driving under it it Influent a. Robert Jug Skaan a charged with driving id a charged Ullh Pialle London Flat kit sky. A the City of Flatwoods faced with an insurance crisis apparently will get liability insurance on its Vii cities. But there is still no sign of general liability coverage for the City. A we be got some insurance on our cruisers All our vehicles. But we done to have general Lial Lity and that a a shame became it Means our Park will be closed and the pod too unless the Myca can make arrangements a mayor . A a Lardy cd Oves said. The nearby Russell Myca has been working with the City of a proposal to lease the Pool this Summo in order to keep it open. That proposal is expected to go before the National Myca Board soon. Groves has been searching for hip during the current liability insurance problem a one cd Iii has affected Many municipalities in the United states in recent months. Bob Lowe of the Putnam Agency in Ashland told Groves on monday he had located a Market for vehicle liability a and we reworking on a policy for liability and Sical damage a the City a fire trucks. A we done to have anything yet in the Way of comped pensive general i Adlite. That would cover the City a premises its sewerage streets actions by its employees. Just about Lowe said. Mass a Flatwoods had originally been covered by a Gram which insured Many Muni panties in this area. Lowe said. A but the shortage of insurance that has come about is a lot like a shortage of Money. Not Only does the Dicy Price or interest rate go in they Are More selective about ii Roo they Deal with or Groves said Flatwoods also has a $350,000 goo Al liability policy covering its police department and errors and omissions insurance on Council members. The Price of the latter policy Rose to $16, n0 this Vear up from $6,000 last year he said. Flatwoods problem is a reflection of a National crisis that has hit Kentucky since the state Surpone court last year removed the Sovereign immunity Xii Section that cities had enjoyed against lawsuits said de Grin in executive director of the he Douglas Jefferson Courty and Crestview a Small town in Campbell county a had closed their police departments because of an inability to obtain insurance. He said state and county police were path doing those cities. Other Citro have seen their insurance premiums Rise by As much As 900 per Oit. Griffin Saia. Groves said Flatwoods also had trouble obtaining insurance for its elected officials and that he and the City Council members had considered resigning until coverage was obtained about two weeks ago. A i done to feel like i Shoum be sitting myself a said Groves first detect mayor in 1971 and who has served in that position since then with the exception of a five year stretch after he suffered a hot attack. Griffin said a municipal league Survey before this years Legisla Nve session showed 129 cases m Udivich cities had either had their insurance prides cancelled or get Thon Roi ewed. An in dated Survey showed 149 cases. Wyn Smith we charged with Public intoxicate an. Carl Saal a charged with burglary. William h. Habbard a charged with pubic Tok Catlon. Corbin Rikky l. Clifford a charged with Public and Arr to a on a warrant far theft Ovar too. Billy r. Johnaon a charged with Pialle intoxication and Pola Maalon of Marli Uana. Bobby Gabbard a charged with dry Vine under the influx no driving without Ina Urane and driving without an operator a Lucana. Barbourville Ronni Fayno was charged with neglecting child support. Report col was charged with Pulc Tex Catlon. Laurel sheriff Glanda boars was Arr Atod on warrant for criminal Mlach Lof. Obituaries hot lines \ Forster Mahan Forster Mahan 54, it. 1, Corbin died wednesday May 7, 1986, at the Southeastern Kentucky Baptist Hospital. Survivors include his wife Patricia Mahan Corbin one son Billy Ray Mahan Corbin two Dai ters Charlotte Standifer Middlesboro and Renee Smith Cotin one sister Naomi amp Nith Corbin and five grandchildren. Funeral service is set for 2 pm. Saturday at Vank it funeral Home with the Rev. Herschel Walker officiating. Burial will Bie in res Haven Conevery. Pallbearers will be Lonnie Shell . Jenkins Richard Stephens Elmer Lambdin Ehner Setser and Phu storm. Visitation is after 5 . Friday at the funeral Home. Ernest Anders Ernest Anders 80, Corbin died Friday May 9,1966, at Southeastern Kentucky Baptist Hospital. I Irv ivors Mcclude ids wife Jessie Anders one daughter Joan Johnson Corbin two sons Jorry Anders Louisville and Kennth Anders Winston Salem North Carolina three Sisters Lydia Anders and Loveda Andos both of Corton and Carrie Mckethan Covington eight than children and four git . Funeral Verrice is set for 2 . Saturday at 17th Street Gristian Church with the Rev. Richard Hiles officiating. Burial jul be in Corinth cemetery. Pallbearers will be grandsons and honorary pallbearers will be officers of 17th Street Christian Church. Visitation is from 7-9 . Friday at of Neil funeral Home. Funeral array events will be announced by Hampton funeral hone. Noda Vanderpool Noda bar Vanderpool 66, Bour Vule died thursday May 8, 19% at her Home. Sie was the wife of Warence Vanderpool. All obituary totter Marlon i submit Tad by to feral Thomaa. Any obituary Callad m Bozorg 9 30a.m. To Flay two ugh fray and Botor 1 30 . Saturday will to Publ Labod fat of Day. Any obituary Auml Tod after Tow Doad Llna will to Publ Lahado the Teu owing Day. Cancer hop Alln t Aoo-432-9321. Lemon a shelter it. Varnon 294-9911. Lasts Iii Quot Quot Crom 930-2747. 924-3491. 930 child Abua 930-7013. Drug. Alcohol information 923-9304. Randa hot Len 933-2040 Randa Holp Len 920-7010 to county bulletin Board Lily Lily holiness Church is having a singing Durday at 7 . Rev. Clifford Wock will be i speaker. He guest open House Gristian health Center is having an open House sunday 2-3 . To Honor mothers and celebrate National nursing Home week. Concert a go concert will be held at the puts org shelter House Pittsburg two Miles North of Umidon off . 25, saturday May 10, 2-9 . Concession will be sold Hron 11 . To 9 . There will be an arts and crafts Dis Day and area churches will have baked items for Sale. The featured singers will be the new hymns men Joyful sound gospel messengers heavenly heirs Poggy inks gospel echoes is Sui Christia Nalra and family traditions. Clinic an area vacation Bible Scholt a clinic win be held May 13.6 304 pm. At the Greenland Baptist Church on . 25w, Southof Corbin. 1966 vacation Bible Stu of materials jul be sold at the clinic. Youth choir the youth choir of the first United methodist Church of Corbin jul present the musical program a get bad Ted sunday a 11 at 6 pin. At the Dura. 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