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Corbin Times Tribune (Newspaper) - May 20, 1983, Corbin, Kentucky Names in the news the times Tribune Friday May 20, 1983 a 3red Ford los Angeles apr actor director Robert Redford attracted the largest crowd in the 36-year history of the Hollywood radio and television society As nearly 1,400 people turned out for his speech on filmmaking. Redford 45, Winner of an Academy award in 1980 for directing a Ordinary people a described thursday his Sundance Institute for filmmakers which he established two years ago because of a a need for As photographers crowded in front of the podium it the Beverly Hilton Redford said a a the obvious question is Why am i Here it seemed like a Good photo Houston a Burt Reynolds who portrayed a sheriff forced by an overzealous reporter to close a Brothel in a the Best Little whorehouse in Texas a finally met the real life Model for the newsman and declared himself relisted. A i just told him to Wear something More colourful next time a the 47-year-old actor said of Marvin Zindler consumer reporter for Kirk to. At the meeting thursday Zindler wore a blinding red jacket White pants and a Blue striped shirt in addition to his customary Platinum Toupee and purple tinted glasses. It was Zindler a persistent reports that forced the late Fayette county sheriff . A big Jim Flournoy to close Down the Chicken ranch Brothel in 1973. Reynolds was in town filming scenes for a the Man who loved women a directed by Blake London apr prime minister Margaret Thatcher often has Only an Apple for breakfast and likes to awaken at 6 . To listen to reports to Farmers on the radio a new biography says. And while she does no to have much for breakfast herself she does the cooking for her husband Denis who cannot Cook journalists Nicholas Wapshott and George Brock say in a Thatcher a published thursday. It is described As the first full length account of mrs. Thatchers life and time in Washington apr entertainer Bob Hope will have the tables turned on him tonight when he gets a inst actor gives a a Uso show. Hope who will be 80 on May 29, will be president Reagan a guest of Honor in the presidential Box for the Uso Benefit at the Kennedy Center opera House. Young Union Leader takes overseas at military leaders Santiago Chile a the Force behind Chi ilex a first nationwide protest in 9v2 years of military Rule is a 29-year-old Copper Miner who has led his Union for less than three months. A we seek participation for All chileans to turn the country around a Rodolfo sequel organizer of the successful May 11 a National protest Day said in an interview thursday. A a we a Are not seeking to bring Down the government but i think it will fall under its own weight As we keep up the grass roots opposition intensified by prolonged economic crisis and political repression has had an obvious Impact on chilean Leader Gen. Augusto Pinochet. He met with his Cabinet for 5v2 hours Over the past two Days and has scheduled a nationwide speech for tonight. Seguel who represents workers in Chile a principal Industry shocked Veteran labor leaders earlier this month by calling for an illegal strike. A i done to think the time is Ripe to declare War and ask the enemy not to draw his pistol a Hernold Flores president of the National association of Public employees said at the time. Seguel cancelled the strike Call after army troops and tanks surrounded four main mining centers and after workers at the largest of them Chuqui Amata failed to endorse it. But his unions alternative a a National protest Day a attracted thousands of participants beyond the labor front including housewives University students and professionals who once supported the military rulers. A the cop a strike turned out to be a false threat a said a Western labor specialist who asked not to be named. A but it started a movement that grew like Topsy and the Impact was tremendous nobody is sure where All this is Pinochet a government has responded by charging Seguel and nine other directors of the 22,000-member Copper workers Union with inciting riots during the one Day protest in which two people were killed and 317 others arrested. The Union leaders remain free but each faces up to five years in prison or exile if convicted. The riots erupted in working class suburbs and shantytowns of Santiago where demonstrators burned automobile tires at intersections and organized rallies that were attacked by police riot squads. As significant was the hour Long ban no of pots by housewives inside their Homes Many of them in Middle class neighbourhoods where similar protests against food shortages preceded Pinochet a september 1973 overthrow of marxist president Salvador Allende. Allende died in the writer sentenced Moscow apr dissident writer Leonid Borodin has been sentenced to 10 years in a labor Camp to be i Nataf t cd a a a 2 4 a a. A1 i.1 Chi follow by five years infernal exile the official news id. Said a Moscow City court Tass Sai e Rrt thursday convicted Borodin of charges of anti soviet agitation and propaganda. Borodin 45, had been arrested in May 1982. Tass reported earlier that he previously was convicted of committing a a dangerous state crime a but it gave no baby doing Well Singapore apr tie first test tube baby born on this Island nation was doing Well today a spokesman for the Kan Dang Kerbau Hospital said. The 5>/2-Pound boy was born thursday to Tan Siewe 28, also reported in Good condition. Since the worlds first test tube baby Louise Brown was born on july 25, 1978 in Oldham England about 200 test tube babies have been View space shuttle Reykjavik Iceland apr several thousand icelanders rushed into the streets and stood on rooftops to watch the space shuttle Enterprise a atop a Boeing 747 jumbo Jet a Circle Low Over the nations capital before Landing at nearby Kef Lavik Airport. Die shuttle was on its Way to an aerospace exhibition in Paris later this month. The Enterprise was on display at Kef Lavik thursday and was to resume its journey directors to vote tuesday on new standards for Bills f Chattanooga Tenn. 5f apr residential and a a business ratepayers of the a Ines see Valley authority will be watching when Tvan a directors vote tuesday on proposed new standards 2used to determine Power Bills. Groups rear enting Tva Corii times Tribune a a published every afternoon except saturday and sunday by the Corbin Timet Tribune Ince operated at Corner Kentucky Avenue and Monroe a Street Corbin Kentucky �0701. Successor to the Corbin enter Perlso established in Ion and the Corbin a a times. Entered As second class mall a a matter nov. A 100�, Corbin Kentucky. By mall in Kentucky not on a Carrier route per year m7.�i plus >�s2.3s tax outs Lda Kentucky yearly j<$so.oo. I by Carrier one week 01.10. Single to copy Dally and sunday 2s cents. A a motor route delivery per month 0�.7s. A i member the associated press. The a associated press is exclusively a entitled to the use Tor publication of All news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited to this paper and also local news published herein. A uses ii2�ao Mem bar american new Papik publishers association and Kentucky z press association Power distributors and residential Consumers Are generally supporting the proposals which Tva has overhauled in response to past criticism by those groups. But the Tennessee Valley Industrial committee representing Large industries Mich receive electricity directly from Tva rather than through distributors says the new standards will mean unfair increases in the industries Power Bills. James Raines the to vice a chairman issued a statement monday saying Tvan a proposals will boost the industries Power charges by a combined $18 million annually. Raines said he hoped his committee could work out the problems with Tva. Tvan a three Man Board of directors meets tuesday night in Chattanooga to vote on the proposed standards which if approved would take effect july 2. The meeting is one of the boards occasional sessions away from the Federal Agency a Knoxville Headquarters the new rate standards will have differing impacts regionally depending on electricity use patterns and How Many residential commercial and Industrial Consumers each Power distributor serves. Many residential users will see a slight decrease in their Power Bills after july 2, but some could receive slight increases Tva officials say. Die new standards will not increase Tvan a Power revenues. They Are designed to More accurately reflect the costs of serving each category of customers Agency officials say. The proposed standards have drawn intense scrutiny tent City has returned Campini tents. Different sizes. Different prices. Also sleep info ir6s and frequent criticism from groups representing residential and Industrial Power Consumers. Tvan a Board gave informal approval april 1, 1981, to standards that angered Industry and distributors because the proposals would have made time of Day rates mandatory for Large industries. Critics said the proposal would have penalized industries which could not readily change their Power use patterns. Tvan a staff responded by reworking the proposals and agreeing to Maxe the time of Day rates voluntary for Industry distributors have the option of offering those rates to residents. Time of Day rates set different prices for electricity depending on when it is used during the Day or night. Power is generally cheaper to generate during hours of non Peak demand Tvan a Board also agreed last june to boost the amount of lowest Cost electricity generated from hydroelectric dams that is allocated to residential users. Cheaper hydropower toward the first a l vote for William e. Hensley circuit judge Whitley amp Mccreary counties primary election May 24 i will be an honest and fair judge for you. Paid for by Gunnis Hensley Campaign treasurer 000 kilowatt hours of a residential users Bill up from the originally proposed 1,2.50 Kwh. A 1978 Law the Public Utility regulatory policies act required Tva and other utilities to consider some of the proposed changes. The Tennessee Valley Public Power association a Power distributors group which threatened to sue Tva last year Over objections to the proposals is satisfied with what Tvan a staff has devised the associations executive director said thursday. A was proposed at this Point. I think we get pretty much in agreement a Jerry l. Campbell said. A it Van a been very cooperative with us anti they be been willing to accept Many of the changes we be but Haines group of Large industries criticizes Tva saying the Agency is forcing Industry to subsidize residential customers tie 19.33 Tennessee Valley authority act under which Tva was created requires the Agency to give rate Breaks to residential con Sumers but does no to say How that should be done. Elect Earl r special Ryder truck announces r night owl special 3 . To 9 . Next Day a of nah includes 50 free 12-18 or 22 it. Truck Danny Wallen wrecker service 523-1101 Quot other companies Moy Motch our Low rates but other companies cannot Motch our new equipment. No Vul truck saves Buck magistrate 1st District Whitley co. Republican no. 5 on the ballot i i f c 1982 Corvette collector s series. All the equipment with tops. Double Nice Cor. Daytona Beach 4 Days 3 a gets your Choice of 3 Ocean Flomy luxury hotels 1983 Lincoln town car 9,461 Miles. Leather Interior still under warranty. 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