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Corbin Times Tribune (Newspaper) - May 10, 1986, Corbin, Kentucky 2 a the times Tribune weekend edition away 10-11,1986church-state experts see lawsuit threat to religious Liberty new York a Church state exerts on Friday saw a threat to it Gigious Liberty in a lawsuit attempting to revoke tax exemption of . Roman cathodic Bishops and their social action Agency because of their actions against abortion. But abortion tits groups said Catholic Bishops had gone too far in in noting political candidates who agree with their stand against abortion. Dean Kelly Church state affairs office of the National Council of churches said the lawsuit attempts a an unconstitutional restriction m the free exercise of Reli Gim a Traic reversal of our tradition of religious Kelly whose organization embraces most major protestant and Eastern Ortli Tox churches said religious bodies have not Only a right but a duty to try to imply Emit moral ideals in society. A that s what curdies Are sup to do whether you agree Wiki or not a he said. A if anybody should lose Thor tax exemption it nit to be churches that done to do on the other hand Emily Tyne communicate his officer of the National abortion rights action Lea said. A we done to believe that not neing Able to be involved in a critical Cam on religious or y is would infringe Kentucky weather storms Batter Texas Rockies by Hie associated press severe thunderstorms battered Texas i Friday with up to ii inches of rain a opting Flash floods while a St a in system Broi to Snow to the Rockies and ii to 7 inches of rain to the Northern Plains. Rain continued to fall in soggy Utah raising the swi of great Salt Lake to us highest level Evo High and Low far the 24-hour period a iding at 9 . Saturday the High was 83 degrees at 3 00 . Friday and the Low was s3 degrees at 6 . Saturday. No precipitation was recorded at the Umidon Corbin Airport. Around Kentucky hot Art the Prav lout Day s High Tampa Atura tha overnight Low and Guras Lor a 34.hour period Anding at a . Today As prowl dad by tha National Aathar Marvica for Salac Tad Kon Tuccy Clelaa. Recorded an estimated 4,211.6 feet above sea level breaking the previous record set in 1873. A Man was found dead in 2 feet to 3 feet of water near Eldorado Texas after his car was Washer off the Road authorities said. About 4> inches of rain fell in the Nethmi part of Val verde county in Texas. In Central and North Eastom South Dakota 5 inches to 7 inches of rain fell. Kennebec let tits water Supply after flood Waters Tore a 200-foot Gash in the dam that held the water in Reserve. Warm weekend in Kentucky by Hie associated press City Bowling arson Covington Jockson Lexington London Louls Wollt Poduch port comp Boll fort Knox High Low propel �?�4 is Nono 75 54 m 54 7� s3 �?�3 s3 71 55 m 5� gluing miming Nono Nono non non non non non non around the nation Fred of to mph Raturi a indicate prov Lous Day s High and ova might Low to i . Not. I la prom warm in service said. A a massive area of Hia or ure promoting mostly fair skies currently extends fran Canada North of the great lakes South to Northern Florida a forecaster Russell Conger said. This High will be responsible for the Nice Conditi his he said. Showers Are Possie Over Western and Central Kentucky sunday with continued temperatures in the 80s. Zone 1 mostly sunny skies Are expected saturday with a High from . Albuquerqu a an Tarullo Anchor ago aah Villa a Anta Atlantic City Austin Baltimora Billimgs Birmingham Bismarck Boias Boston Browns Llla Bahai of Burlington it. �5 35 m 37 .13 w 41 43 3� 75 45 m �3 53 41 Cir Cir Cir in Cir Cir cd m �7 .03 cd �5 53 cd 30 33 .07 in 3 5 cd As 44 .35 cd �4 3� in 80 to 85 and a Southeast wed at 10 to 15 mph. Saturday night will be Cloudy with a 20 percent Chance of thundershowers and a Low in the lower to mid 60s. Sunday will be Cloudy with a 30 Macent Chance of thundershowers and a High in the lower 80s. Zones 2, 3, 4 saturday will be sunny with a High around 80 and a Southeast wind at 10 to 15 mph Ayni i \ Cloudy with a Low around 60. . ,. ,. Chi a a nne Chicago Cincinnati i Oviand ,. Concord,. Dallas it Worth Dayton do no or Dos momus Detroit Duluth Elpaso Evans Lila Fairbanks Fargo Flagstad grand rapids Graat Falls gr��nsboro.. Hartford he to a Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Jocka amiss. 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Saturday night will be partly Cloudy with a Low Fyhn 55 to 60. Sunday will be partly Cloudy with a i in the lower 80s. Miami Batch Midland Odassa Man Vauko a a past Paul Nashville naw Orleans new York City Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Phil Adolphia �3 a a �0 a 51 �3 43 m m 51 .11 cd cd in Cir cd cd Cir Pittsburgh Raraigh rapid City Rono Richmond Sacramento St Louis Salt Lafico City san Antonio san Diage san for Arisco san . St St Maria Saat tto shr Veport Tucson Tulsa �?�7 �0 1 a �5 45 a i �1 .15 7� six a �3 �7 .01 �5 so �?�7 St �?�3 4i �4 54 cd cd Cir Cir or cd cd Cir Cir Cir 40 3� �1 cd 73 33 4 s3 �?�4 55 cd cd Cir 15 �7 13 cd �3 35 73 0 m 74 5� �?�0 54 17 73 .03 �0 45 50 47 0� 17 �4 �o3 4i �?�3 a a a a s3 �4 4� a a cd cd Cir cd 33 cd Cir Cir cd cd National Tompar Aivre ext Romas Tor Fri Day Low a 31 at truck. Calif. High a n at Apalachicola. Fla and Cras Tiaw Fla. Open House pm. Caroline White is hosting a Public open House saturday 7-8 30 . At Corbin Public Library. A res ments will be served. Clarification Brenda step Mson ctn bin is not the same Brenda Stephenson listed in the Jellico arrests i May 7 in the times Tribune. Lighthouse Lighthouse to remade Lily is having a revival tanning Sif fiday with evangelist Glim Stevem. Services Are at 6 30 . Sunday Ami 7 . On weeknights. East Side eat Side Tabe Mable is having a revival begin ii sunday with evangelist Mike Childs. Services Are at 6 . Sim Day and 7 . On week gets. Hopewell a said churches May speak out on moral issues a but where we draw the line is against systematic involve omit in political in its Federal suit Abor Timi rits motivation inc. Contends the into Al Revenue so vice should revoke the tax exempt status of Catholic organizations on grounds that they violated the irs code by suf ring political candidates who oppose abortion. . District Jue Robert l. Carter held the . Catholic Bishops and their social Artimi . The . Catholic conference in conic not for refusing to turn Over int meal documents sought in the suit. On Friday he delayed until May 16 levying of a Fine of $100,000 a Day unto the matoral is i voided. Michad j., Woodof director of the Center for Law and religious Liberty in Wrington said the suit sought a an unprecedented restraint on american Dir Chest and involved a �?o11 contest bet Emi two he said one hot ads tha Dirches have a part to play in society the ohm that they must keep silent on moral political issues or lose their tax exemption. A a Ynie Intuit of the first amendment was never to raise a Wall Between dig Ion and Public life a he said. The Rev. Robert Maddox executive director of americans United for separa Timi of Church and state in Warmington said Catholic Bishy a and some fundamentalist Roura a May have become too Overly political in abortion. To keep tax exemption he said a you have to put a lid on and moderate political activity a refraining from opposing or supporting specific canc dates. However he also said religious ii Tut ions have an obligation to address moral Sodal issues and added a a we re uncomfortable with the courts demand for Church re cmdr. For the record or pol Fig Newm Asp William by Marci Bowdler was Bargad with Poa Saaski of mar Luana. St a by b. Saar was cow read Witti driving under a influx once. Austin of a it no a was charged a lab driving under Tny inf Luanda and driving on a us Spandau la canal. Kannan Fealds was charged with Public intoxication. Anthony stand for was charged with Public intoxication. Mark Simmons was charged with loitering. Rilay Bowling was charged with Public intoxication. Donna and arson was charged with Public intoxication. Laurel sheriff Stava Jonas was charged with Public intoxication. Scotty Tyraa was charged with Public intoxication. Charlas Fraglar was charged with Public intoxication. Juanita Collatt was charged with Public intoxication. Dwana Ping was charged with Public intoxication. Jamas Mcgaa was charged with Public intoxication. Frank Grubbs was charged with Public intoxication. Kavin tin Char was charged with Public intoxication. Don Satt Arfield was charged with Public intoxication. Jason Jackson was charged with Public intoxication. Michaal Davis was charged with Public intoxication. Gary Rush was charged with Public intoxication. Commodities Market prices and Stock markets Board of Trade Chicago apr Grain and soybean futures prices Ware mixed Naar tha close Friday at tha Chicago Board of Trad. At tha clog a wheat was tvs cants lower to 3 cants hear with the contract for delivery in May at s3.53 a Bushel com was vacant lower to 14s cants higher with May at s3.4�m a Bushati Oats Ware unchanged to ivs cants higher with away at a Bushel arts soybeans Ware 1 a cents Lowar to 5 cents higher with May at is.40vi a Bushel. Dow Jones new York a final Dow Jonas avg. For Friday. Away 9. Stocks open High Law Cim chg 30 ind 17794 1797.13 177.73 17�9.43-l-3.33 30 to 711.5 793.93 773.31 7m.03-i 5.03 15 Ute 113.33 1s4.15 111.15 103.91�? 0.13 5 St 93.25 99 3 0 43 95.01-i 1.45 Indus 13451,500 Tran 4.930,500 utile 4,110,300 5 St 23.900400 Wall Street new York apr Soma Lata buying Ana Blad the Stock Market to close out a Drifting session with a Small gain today. Trading was mod Arata. Early in tha session Stock prices fall As rising int Arast rata in tha Cradit markets pushed Prica of Long term gov Amman Bonds Down As much As Sio for ovary is ,000 in fact value. But tha Bond Market Saadi and at that Laval and stocks Rabou dad in tha last hour of trading. Analysts said investors War Proca Oding cautiously As they studied tha pros Active Impact on tha Economy and tha markets of tha naw tax revision plan approved this week by tha sonata finance committal. Or lunch Monum t Barbourville to county bulletin Tigard Barbourville Otis Jordan was charged with Public intoxication. Lall Jackson was charged with Public intoxication. Knox Warrall Mommy was charged with terror Lytic Throat Anong. Corbin Sharry Abbo was charged with . Tammy Chapman was charged with shoplifting. Or ll�99toek Laurel sales co. Livestock mkt. London by. Aaon., May s cattle 10 calves 20 com a Rad to last weak Slaughter cows and bulls limited Oft rings steady Slaughter calves and Vaalas steady feeders not fully tasted a weak ago. Slaughter cows a breaking Utility and commercial 3-4 33.00-33.50, High Cutter and boning Utility 1-3 33.0il34.s0, Conner and Avarala Cutter 1-3 30.0033.00. Slaughter bulls a yield Grade 13 1400 1,230 la. Indicating 74-7s carcass boning Par cant 37.00-43.00. Slaughter calves and dealers a choir 300-500 la. Calves 50.0055.00, Good and Choice 300-300 la. Vaalas 0.00-71.00. Feeder steers a a Radium Frame no. 1 aau Scia thickness inc. Bull 300-500 la. 54.00-.50,500 50 la. 53.00 0 00. Small Frame no. 1 300-00 la. 4g.50-sb.00, Adlum Frama no. 2 �50-550 in. 44.00-54.00. Feeder heifers a medium Frama no. 1 400-450 la. 44.00-s3.00, Adlum Frama no. 3 350 700 la. 40.0044.00. Stock cows and calves a medium and Small Frama no. 1b 3 34 years old with 75-300 la. Calves by Side 330.00490.00. Hogs 123 inc 25 Fader pigs compared to last weak Barrows and gilts 2.50 higher Slaughter sows firm to 1.00 higher. Barrows and gilts a . 34 200-340 la. 41.50, . 3-4 250-305 la. 37.00-39.00. Slaughter sows a . 2-3 400-500 la. 34.50-30.00, 500455 la. 30.5040.00, Utility and wat 205400 la. 32.0044.50. Slaughter boars a Over 300 la. 20.50, under 300 la. 30.00. Horses ponies and mules 1 no quotations. Farmers livestock mkt. Cattle 23� calves 37 compared to last weak Slaughter cows limited War legs steady bulls steady to 1.00 higher Slaughter calves and Vaalas steady Faa Dars about steady. Slaughter cows High Cutter and boning Utility 1-3 33.00-34.50, Cannar and Avarala Cutter 1-3 30.00-33.00. Slaughter bulls a yield Grade 1-21400-3,025 la. Indicating 74-70 carcass boning Par cant 40.00-45.00. Slaughter calves and dealers a choke 300 500 la. Calves 49.00-55.00, it Ood 42.00 49.00, Good and Low choke 190-300 la. Vaalas 0.0045.00. Feeders steers a Adlum Frama no. 1 muscle the Knass inc. Bull calves 300-500 la. 55.0044.00.501l700 la. 53.00-50.00, Small Frame no. 1300400 la. 50.00-5 00, medium Frama no. 3 300-500 la. 47.50-55.00, 500400 la. 43.00-53.00. Feeder heifers a medium Frame no. 1 30b500 la. 44.00-51.25, 500-700 la. 44.0040.00, Small Franta no. 1 300-550 la. 43.00-47.50, Adlum Frama no. 3 400450 la. 39.0045.00. Stock cows and calves a medium and Small Frama no. 1b 3 3-9 years old with 00-225 la. Calves by Sida 330.00-530.00. Hogs 145 inc. 45 Saadar pigs compared to last weak Barrows and gilts 3.00 higher Slaughter sows fully steady. Obituaries Jordan Powers Jordan Wayne Powers the infant y Baptist Hospital. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Croley funeral Home. James Meadors James Meadows the infant son of Ronald and Diane Thomas Meadows died Friday May 9,1986, at the Jellico Community Hospital. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Croley funeral Home. Noda Vanderpool Noda Vanderpool 66, Barbourville died incur Day May 8, 1986, at her Home. Survive h s include her husband Clarence Vanderpool two Brothers Billy Ray Elliott and Albert Lee Elliott both of Barbourville four Sisters Pearl Wilhoit inc innate Rule Scalf and Beatrice Miller both of Barbourville and Beulah Mae jct Dan Williamstown. Funeral service is set for 1 . Sunday at the Hampton funeral Home with the Rev. Cart Hacker and Marvial Newman officiating. Burial will be in the Reed cemetery. Pallbearers will be Kenneth Cobb Larry Harris Michael Sanders Randall Hubbard Eiene Brand Statler and Joe Neal. Visitation is 4-9 . Today at the funeral Home. Hattie Marks Hattie Marks 63, Harlan formerly of Corbin died saturday. May 10,1, at the . Medical Center. She was the sister of Bertha Poe Corbin. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Vankirk funeral Home. Berta Childers Berta Childers formerly of Elk Imti City died Friday May 9, 1986, in Waycross Georgia. Survivors include two sons Ralph Childers Corbin and Rob Childers Formbly of Corbin. Funeral service is set for 11 . Tuesday at the Bailey funeral Home Elk Hom qty. Visitation is after 5 . Monday at the funeral Home. Old teary Courtesy of of Neil funeral Home. All obituary information is submit Tad by funeral Nomas. Any obituary called in Biafora 9 30 . A onday through Friday and Biafora 0 30 . Saturday will be pull Sand that Day. Any obituary submit Tad after Tow daa Dima will a Publia Nad me following Day. Routes available tha times Tribune has the following walking Corrier route openings june i in Corbin 1005. S. Main St., 1300-1600. 14th Street. 15th Street Elm Street. S. By. Ave. 18th Street and Goodwin Street. Earn Opp Roxi Motely s80.00 a month 1008 Snyder Street 20th Street Goodwin Street. Adkins Street Lake Street and 18th Street. Porn of proximately s55. X a month 1020 2nd Street. Steel Street Jesson Street. 3rd Street. White Oak Street Gilliam Street and Maynor Street. Earn of proximately $50.00 a month 1027 Gordon Mill Pike. Brown Street. Earl Street and id Rio Street. Porn approximately 70. X a month if you Are interested in ony of these routes please concoct or. Smith or or. Cutrer at the times Tribune office. 201 n. Kentucky ave., Corbin. 528-2464. Sii Merset monday May 12 beef Ravic Green Beans cheese wedge peaches bread milk. Tuesday May 13 Macaroni and cheese with meat buttered peas prunes bread milk. Wednesday. May 14 pizza tossed salad Pear if Alves milk. Thurs May 15 meat loaf mashed potatoes buttered peas peaches bread milk. Friday. May 16 Chili Dos on Bun pork amp Beans applesauce milk. East Ward monday May 12 hamburger on Bun baked Beans tossed a lad. Cherry tarts. Milk. Tuesday May 13 hot roast beef Sandvi Ich mashed potatoes Green salad jello amp fruit milk. Wednesday May 14 bowl Chili and Beans crackers tossed salad yellow cake. Milk. Thursday May 15 hot dog onion Mustard. French Fries salad. Fresh Orange milk. Friday. May 16 pizza. Com pudding pop. Milk Williamsburg monday May 12 salad bar or Chicken nuggets. Whipped potatoes Green Beans applesauce milk tuesday. May 13 salad bar or hot dog with Chili potato tots fruit cup cookies milk. Wednesday i 14 salad bar or Ham and cheese Sandwich lettuce. Tomato com chips baked Beans Blueberry squares milk. Thursday May 15 salad bar or sausage and cheese pizza com on cob butt tossed salad fresh fruit milk. Friday. May 16 no salad bar hamburger. Lettuce Tomato onion Golden French Fries Catsup pudding pop Muk. South Ward monday May 12 Chicken nuggets with sauce French Fries with Catsup White bread. Blueberries a Cool whip Muk. Tuesday May 13 sausage Fried aides mashed potatoes hot bruits milk. Wednesday. May 14 beef a a Quot Peanut ski. May 15 pork Barbecue on Bun French Fries with Catsup. Aral sauce Muk. Friday. May 16 baked Ham and cheese Sandwich Green Beans fruit cocktail Muk. Corbin Middle monday. May 12 script of rounds tossed salad Appl it Muk 12 Crispi tos. Tater sauce. Tuesday May 13 sausage and Gravy who pied potatoes. Fried apples biscuits apricots milk. Wednesday. May 14 tuna Sandwich French Fries. Lettuce Tomato. Pineal Muk. Thursday. May 15 roast beef with Gravy whipped potatoes peas amp carrots hot Rolls cookies milk. Friday May 16 pizza com on cob tossed salad fruit cup id ilk. Central monday May 12 hot dog baked Beans fruit Peuo milk. Tuesday May 13 fish Sandwich. Macaroni and cheese. Coleslaw fruit Muk. Wednesday a 14 Turkey mashed potatoes Gravy Cranby sauce. Bread amp to wines. Milk. Thursday. May 15 meat loaf. Sweet potatoes. Brocco bread ch�n7 tart Muk. Friday. May 16 pizza com coleslaw. Findt Muk. Corbin High Moad. May 12 pizza com. Tossed salad a Bruce of dressing. Chocolate pudding Muk. Tuesday May 13 Salisbury Steak whirled potatoes with Gravy Tot Rolls mixed a tables. Led Ajes Muk. Wednesday. May 14 Chicken nuggets French Fries coleslaw devils food cake applesauce milk Thi tryday May 15 salad bar or fish on Bim lettuce Tomato tartar sauce French Vries with Catsup fruit milk. Fred May 16 hamburgers on Bun cheese lettuce tomatoes dul pickles. Mustard French Fries Catsup fruit cup milk. A Pool opens off with this Coupon 10 . 4 . Daily n most major Church bodies including the Catholic Bishops tote sent denominations and the National Council of churches have Long time policies against opposing or Surat Irving specific candidates. Wifi am p. Thompson of Princeton n.j., a presbyterian Church state lawyer said mainline churches have deliberately avoided to skiing positions on specific candidates As a a matter of sound policy rather than principle. A a in the lawsuit the plaintiffs claim that some Catholic pastors and publications targeted specific candidates despite the National policies. Senior citizens survive ordeal san Francisco apr two octogenarians trapped for three Days in a car after plunging Over a 15d-foot embankment munched leaves but had no water and one said her first drink after being rescued a tasted like Ellen Haskell and Maxine Langfield a told me they attributed their survival to the fact that they were Tomoi and a women Are Strong a a sue Swaton a spokeswoman for Sisk you general hoi Mital said Friday night. Mrs. Haskell 84, Andner 83-year-old frien mrs. Langfield were tra roed tuesday after their car skidded and plunged off the Road near Rural a by Camp about 10 Miles South of the Aregim Border said is you county sheriffs department spokeswoman Susan Gravenkamp. They were winched up the Hill 72 hours later in Large baskets dangling from a helicopter and taken by ambulance to Sisk you general h a Pital in Yreka where mrs. Langfield was in fair condition Friday night suffering from dehydration and a few bruises and scrapes. Mrs. Haskell had cuts and bruises but was not admitted officials said. A Hiey Are both exhausted at this it but that a about All a said Phyllis West who owns the Mobile Homie Park in Happy Camp where mrs. Langfield lives. A they just kept each others of brits alive an i up ail they prayed and they kept waiting for me to show up a said is. West who sparked a search for the Tomoi who i they did no to return from a trip. Mrs. Haskell tried three or four times to climb the Bank and seek help during the ordeal said California i Highway patrol officer Glenn Mccoma who visited the w a Nen at the Hospital. Mrs. Haskell who said she and her Friend chatted and prayed to pass the time told Mckenna they ate Raspberry leaves but had in water. Her first sip of water in three Days a tasted like Champagne a she said. Be tried unsuccessfully to make a Way 75 feet through heavy Bru to the Klamath River is. West said. Mrs. Langfield remained trapped in the car and told a Friend at the Hospital that she had a Blanket to keep her warm during nights when the temperature dripped to 40 degrees. Motor routes available the Timas Tribuna has tha following motor Routa openings Juna 1 1603 5th Street Rood Scull town Rood totter toll estates Mckee Hon rotting. High top Rood. Block Oromond Rood. Borton Mill Cut Oil Ond Borton Mill Rood Grost of proximately 35000 o month 3613. Corbin Mobile Home pork. Osier Rood Rocky Bronch Rood. Pine Grove Rood rot Ilond Rood. By Hwy 6 Liberty Rood Dowit Chopel Rood Meadow Creek Rood or gtd Woodbine. Gross of proximately 550 o month. If you Ara int Rastad in Ona of Thasa motor routes Palasa Contact or. Smith or or. Cutraro Timas Tribuna office 201 n. Kentucky ava., Corbin 528-2464. A Bond Deposit Ond a Japan dolby. Acono Micol automobile Ore required for either of Thasa routes. Ike Elly office systems office supplies and furniture Xerox products 105 w. Stay Corbin phone 528-0688 insurance needs see us today Corkin insurance Agency inc. Pay this Wilson 8 Esther Long 215 South main Street Corbin by. Phong 5282995. S.tk�?T1inra pm please Sand c Onixt late inform Avion name address City state a

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