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Corbin Times Tribune (Newspaper) - May 10, 1986, Corbin, Kentucky The times Tribune weekend edition May 10-11,1986 a 3whitley Board puts stamp on a phase out contract with Corbin by David ferry times Tribune staff writer proved a 3rbin-for the Whitley county Board of education acted on employment approved advertising for bids on school supplies and apr reciprocal contract with co the 1986-87 school year. The Board with All members present unanimously approved advertising for bids on milk. Bakery products Coal Fleet insurance gasoline custodial supplies property insurance wardens compensation insurance paper and i cation supplies. The Board took action on hiring few the upcoming school year. It approved moves to notify current personnel by letter of a reasonable assurances of employment for the 1986-87 school year. Those to be notified by letter included regular bus Drivers teacher aides lunchroom personnel Cooks and clerk substitute employees Cooks teachers and bus Driver secretaries clerks and Security guards. The Board splintered political lines in approval reciprocal contract with schools. Board members Bishop Danny Terrell and Paul Cummins voted for approval of the contract while Gorman Frazier and . Jones voted against the contract As worded. Board superintendent Ernie Siler prefaced the action by saying a i do hot recommend this adoption of this reciprocal agreement. I Nave voiced to is previously and i still stick with the ure ement says that students presently enrolled in the District in along of the Chr bin Debra which the student does not reside May continue in that District. Students who have a brother or sister presently of rolled in the District in which the student does not reside May attain the District of their Choice. Students who have to estered for kindergarten for the 1986-87 school year in the District in which the student does not reside May attend that District. The Board directed the director of Pupil personnel Herman Moore to obtain a copy of the proposed contract with other school districts and submit it to the districts. The contract has some modifications from the current school year contract. The principle amendment concerns the need for the directors of Pupil personnel from both schools to Okay any Transfer except in the Case of a student returning to his own District. No transportation costs Are to be incurred by the Whitley Board in the Case of transfers. The Board approved a partial payment to Mcknight cams traction $14,709.60, for repair work on the High school gymnasium roof. The Board approved the Purchase of ceiling Wood for the roof and additional Money for altering drains on the roof. The Board panted approval for a basketball Dinic conducted by name a coach As soon As possible a Bishop said in requesting the move. Barring no emergencies the Board voted to make air conditioners at Oak Grove a top priority of the school districts architect to be named at the june meeting. Pat members at the school have raised $10,000 for air conditioners according to discussion by Herman Moore and Paul Cummins Board chairman. A they have been trying to work with this Board since August 1985 and nothing has happened on it so far. We need to get while school is out a the Board a thing done Cummins said the Transfer the Date is to be confirmed with school principal Terry skier. In additional athletic matters the Board voted to advert or a girls basketball coach. A for the Good of the girls basketball team i think we need to of Cha to i Aidra Brenda Veach and Nina Lawson at pleasant View into the regular program under state direction. Bus trips were approved for pleasant View third and sixth grades to go to Oak Ridge museum of at Unnic Energy Poplar Creek first Grade and Boston first Grade to the Knoxville zoo High school political science club to Pigeon orge and High school special education class to Hollywood. Approvals were made for Che Reading rules code of conduct amendments attendance policy amendments remediation i program selection criteria drafted by Bill Mayne and additions proposed by the Whitley county certified personnel evaluation pm Smittee As recommended k. B6. The Board delayed action on approval of the i school improvement plan until its june meeting Ana heard a complaint a arding food on the buses. To be Emi Doyed during the 1986-87 a Dix it a year Are Plata by a a Whayne Supply shows their stuff Whayne Supply co. In Corbin demonstrates thursday at the Corbin civic Center some of its 13 ton caterpillars at a presentation suspect in robbery of friends arrested Cabin police apprehended an n rom travelling companions Opprel Ohio Man tuesday at the greyhound bus depot wanted in the theft of Money in Willi Ramsburg. Ricky Clifford 24, of Columbus Ohio is lodged in the Whitley county jail charged with theft Over $100 Follo Wim an incident in Williamsburg. Tuesday. Clifford was travelling with a companion Steve Bryant 21 of Cumbus to. The pair was picked up by Carl Cooper 55, of Logan Ohio and the three stopped in Williamsburg overnight on a journey to Florida. Williamsburg police chief Jerry Bays said his Dpi Arment was contacted by Cooper around 9 . Tuesday to report a theft of Cash from his Motel room. Bays said that the three taken a room at Williamsburg Motel earlier in the afternoon to rest from travel. A i stopped Clifford in the parking lot of the Motel earlier in the afternoon to inform him that he was in a dry county and could not be Drinkin in a Public place a Bays said. Gifford was carrying Beer through the parking lot area of the Motel Bays said. While Cooper and Bryant slept Clifford allegedly took Cash from Coopers Wall and left town. He was arrested on a Public intoxication charge by Corbin patrolman Richie Francioni after brain authorities were notified to be on the Lookout for the subject. B 528-6258 attention we have now added 6 More exercise tables no waiting for Apps. We have trained instructors Corbin Playtex selected Cross styles of your Heairt bras a canine la even amp age Nile girdles bus Drivers Adkins Herman c. Angel Sherman Archer James Ball James b. Bryant Raymond Campbell Roger be Aileen Childers Eddie Chinn David Claggett Ancil Clark Patricia Collins Matilda Cox Terry Elliott Raineth Ellis Emmett Fredericks Kenneth Harris Edgar Inman Robert Inman Mary Jaynes Tim Jaynes Pauline Johnson Harold Jones Jack Keck Paul Keith Charles Lambdin Eli Abner Lawson Harold Lawson Wanda Lawson Cecil Lay Audrey Leach Darrell Maynard Ben h. Mckiddy jr., Benjamin Meadors Hyde e. Meadors it Eorge r. Middleton Dennis Moses Maynard Moses Edward Partin William a. Peace Charles Perkins Dew Powers Lee Ramsey Sandra Rice John Roberts Geland Rogers James h. Bond was placed at $,150 on Clifford after warrants take i out by Cooper were served wednesday. Arraignment was set for Friday before District judge Karl Anderson in Corbin. Approximately $200 in Cash and bus tickets was recovered from Clifford. He is expected to be held Over to the Whitley county grand jury on the theft charge. A David Perry in trademark tanning trademark shopping ctr. Rogers Molly m. Rose Glen Rountree Larry w. Sawyers Clyde f. Sharp Glen Shelley Charles l. Siler Franklin d. Siler Bennie w. Smith Chester Stephens Maynard Stephens Ralph Terrell Ronald Tye Etna Walters James Wynn Billy r. Woods and John Young. Lunchroom personnel Juanita Bowman Adkins Florence Brown to Evelyn Campbell Zonia Carpenter Alma j. Centers Phyllis a. Childers Georgia m. Cox Lorene Cox Mary Davis Beverly Dawn Beatrice Floya Arlone Foley Muriel Frazier Sale Fredericks Sarah j. Hall Gwen b. Pandora c. Hays Clara Hubbard Bobbie m. Huddleston Reba s. Huggins Hara m. Jones Donna Jones Naomi Kerr Beulah m. Lake Arol e. Lambdin Eula e. Lawson Lillian Alice Lawson Mildred c. Lawson Nannie Lawson Wilma Manus Lillie Mason Polly Mayne Georgia Carol Mills Lottie Ivi. Mills Dorothy Moore Mary n. Morris Juda Beatrice Moses Margaret Faye Osborne Dessie a. Perkins Mary r. Perkins. Evadean Potter. Loretta Potter Ruth Ann Potter Loretta Rains Reba Ramsey Edna m. Reeves Debra l. Reynolds Bessie Roberts Della to Rose Joann Rose Shirley f. Rose Vicy b. Rose Ruth g. Sawyers Alice Lucille Smith Naomi Sutton Hara Thornton Barbara White Sara j. Widner and Eula Joan Wilson. Teacher aides Darlene Branson Carolyn Ann Cain Deborah Childress Tammy Douds Patricia Foley Pauline Jentry Georgetta Gibbs Phyllis Hickey Laurel Lee Jeffries Yvonne Kelly Mildred Lake Mary b. Irene Lawson Nina Laws Ltd Janice Long Julia Malone Janice Manning Donna Matney Barbara Mckeehan Sara Patterson Shirley Perkins Darlene Prewitt Sharon Jean Prewitt Mossie Shelley Jaola g. Siler Lana Siler Oneida Taylor Deborah the Brenda Veach Sharon Wilson Ana Kathy Croley. Substitute employees Cooks Norma Bunch Joann Carroll Margie Croley Barbara Hammons Sinda Hays jewel Lambdin Ruby Ellen Lawson Sandra Leach. Janice Lee Judy Manning Stella peace Dorothy Nelson May Perry Beatrice Powers Lorraine Pruitt Judy Rowe Deborah Snyder Rosa steely and Jerri Young. Bus Drivers Ricky Carr Arnold Caxton Bernard Davis Phillip Lowe Ella Neal Dessie Perkins Bobby Reeves and Leo White. Teachers Terre Brooks. Alfred Bunch Jeanne Cash Martha Davenport Pat Dugger Jack Earls Dawna Grimes Rosalee Hinkle Terry Hinkle Jennifer Jones Rebecca King Gracie Lay Jerry Leach Donna love Opalea love Acel masters Jenny Meney Debra Petrey Cynthia Porter Cathy Rhoden Stella Rice Debbie Itose Georgia rude Patrick Steiner Sandra Stover Bernice Taylor Mary Ann Wilson Polly Wilson Roger Wilson Virginia Wilson and Linda Wolfe. Classified personnel secretaries clerks Minnie Mckiddy to is Meadors Lavonna carte Brenda Stark and Patty Foley. Lunchroom personnel Tressia Gentry Rachel Mary Shelton and Vivian Siler. Security guards Lonnie Foley James Ball and Orvis e. Huddleston. Pair arrested in Davenport robbery face More charges by David Perry times Tribune staff writer a 19-year-old Fairview resident and a 17-year-old juvenile have been charged with the burglary of two Southern Whitley county residences and Boston elementary school. Charges of second degree and third degree burglary have been the Davenport have been charged additionally with second degree placed against Lewis Eugene Perry currently held in the Whitley county jail under $30,0 x Bond for the armed robbery of Sam and Lillian Daveport april 28. Perry and the juvenile arrested and charged in the armed robbery of a in. Burglary in the april 17, 21 and 23 thefts of Var equipment from two Southern Whitley county Homes. According to investigating Asp trooper Jody Hawkins an ongoing investigation by the state police and Whitley cd aunty sheriff . Moses led to the additional charges on the pair who were apprehended in Campbell county Tennessee in a pickup truck taken during the robbery of the Davenport Home. In addition two other juveniles 15 and 16, both of it. 5, Williamsburg were chafed in a november breaking at Boston elementary. The arrests were Spade Mav 7. Thev win be charge with one count each of third degree burglary. All three juveniles were to be arraigned Friday in Whitley District court. Perry and the it. 5 juvenile arrested april 28, were charged with breaking at the Homes of Paul Beard Burk hollow and Roy Rose by 1804 across from Boston school. The Beard residence was broken into on april 17 and a Var unit taken. The Rose residence was broken into on april 21 and again on april 23. Var units were taken in both incidents. The Var units were recovered by the Campbell county sheriff s department along with investigation efforts by the Jellico police department. The 17-year-old juvenile has been charged with two counts of third degree burglary in relation to Sej rate breaking at Boston school in november with the other two juveniles and again in Panl along with Perry. Perishable items were taken from the school cafeteria according to Boston principal Glen steely. Entry was gained through a Kitchen window. The november breaking was investigated by trooper Earl Nicholson. Charges were placed against Perry and the 17-year-old on thursday for the residential breaking. They were charged tuesday with the breaking at Boston school. Perry currently faces charges of left by unlawful taking Over $100 first degree burglary first degree robbery one count of third degree burglary and three counts of second degree burglary. The charges Are expected to be waived to the grand 7he 17-year-old juvenile is charged with first degree burglary first degree robbery theft by unlawful taking Over $100 and two counts of third degree burglary. 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