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Corbin Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - November 16, 1970, Corbin, Kentucky The cd bin a a tax if Wir isl it in Nifte Cumberland Falls pc by. Drily Tribune vol. 78 number 225 Corbin Kentucky monday afternoon november 16, 1970 to cents a copy 8 pages today no evidence cause of crash is still unknown by Craig Ammerman associated press writer Huntington w. A. Apr Federal investigators have found a no evidence of any particular problem with a jetliner in which All 75 persons aboard including most of the Marshall University football team died in a fiery weekend crash. This was reported sunday by John d. Reed chairman of the National transportation safety Board. He said there was no evidence so far of mechanical failure in the chartered Southern airways twin Jet dc9 and no initial indication of Pilot error. Reed pledged to find the cause of the Accident the worst in american sports history. His investigation continues today and could last several months. Three Sisters this famous recreation spot of past generations will Overlook Laurel Lake when it is completed. Hundreds of names of other generations can be found on the rocks or a few Hundred feet upstream at a Needles Damn a former popular swimming Hole for the younger set of Corbin Combs works for it in bygone years. Below the rocks the Bridge spanning Laurel River on Highway 312. This Bridge will be under water when the dam is completed in the near future but a modern Span will Cross the Lake a few feet downstream. Teacher vote is up for grabs by by Ramsey associated press writer Frankfort by. A the National education associations sanctions hearings in Kentucky Are Over but the political implications linger. One of the notable non happenings in the near a week Long investigation was the refusal of both Republican gov. Louie b. Nunn and democratic it. Gov. Wendell Ford to testify publicly or otherwise. Both sent letters to the hearing examiner instead. On the other hand former gov. Bert Combs Fords rival for the 1971 democratic gubernatorial nomination commented in passing that he did not understand Why Nunn and Ford would not participate. His running mate rep. Julian Carrolld Paducah did testify. After All Combs said sanctions against a state Labelling it As unfit for industries or professional educators could be a serious matter and Kentucky a leaders should try to head it off. While the Nea takes months to make up its mind about sanctions the Issue has fallen squarely into the states gubernatorial Arena. Politicians take the teacher vote seriously although they do not agree on who Speaks for the teachers and whether the Public is in the midst of an indefinite anti schools Binge As evidence for example by recent rejections of local school Bond issues. There Are 32,000 Public schoolteachers most of them members of the Kentucky education association which had been Riding High in the legislature for to years before being stopped in its tracks earlier this year. The teachers Are not Only More intelligent than the average voter but probably More politically Active. To the 32,000 must be added others in their families perhaps close friends and possibly pupils old enough to vote next november. No one has scientifically Analysed the voting patterns of Kea members in recent years but certain assumptions have been held during the past decade. One is that Combs while governor from 1959 to 1963, earned the gratitude of most teachers by using a 3 per cent sales tax to pull them out of the economic doldrums with substantial pay raises. By the time democratic gov. Edward t. Breathitt took office speech to u. N. Group birth control ban reaffirmed by Pope by Patrick of Keefe associated press writer Rome a Pope Paul i firmly restated today the roman Catholic churches absolute ban on artificial contraception. But he called for social Progress which he said could Lead to a rational control of birth by couples exercising free Choice. In a hard hitting speech to the . Food and agriculture organization Here the Pope also deplored racism a exaggerated Panorama scheduled tomorrow the Whitley county gym will be the site of the annual basketball pan of Rama tuesday night with four Hal games on the schedule at 7 . The Laurel county cardinals will play Knox Central and then come Back against Whitley county at 7 30. At 8 . Barbourville takes on Lynn Camp and at 8 30 the Corbin re hounds go against the Williamsburg yellow jackets. On thursday night at Middlesboro starting at 7 . Harlan plays Clay county and at 7 30 Bell county meets Pineville. At 8 30 Host Middlesboro tangles with Lone Jack. Central fat has Book fair the Central elementary it a will sponsor a paperback Book fair and Chili supper at 5 30 . At the school. Nationalism. The lust for unlimited Power the unbridled thirst for he also warned against an a ecological catastrophe a called on Rich countries to divert spending from arms to aiding the poor and issued another Call for communist China sentry in the United nations. Speaking of poverty he said a a. There is a great temptation to use ones authority to diminish the number of guests rather than to multiply the bread that is to be he said he was aware of opinions in International organizations including Fao a which extol planned birth control which it is believed will bring a Radical solution to the problems of developing Fao officials appraised the pontiffs speech As an affirmation of what they called the chief Issue dividing the Vatican and the . Agency a birth control Means rather than an attempt to influence Fao. Fao publicly supports artificial Means the Pope Only natural Means the rhythm method. The Popes Call for technological and social Progress appeared to reaffirm his urging to scientists in his birth control encyclical a a humane Vitae a to develop a birth control method of which the Church could approve. The Pope spoke on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Rome based Fao the .�?Ts largest specialized Agency. Quoting his 1967 encyclical Populorum progression he told Fao that when so Many people Are hungry destitute and Quot steeped in ignorance. All expenditures prompted by motives of National or personal ostentation every debilitating armaments race becomes an intolerable he cited or. Normal Borlaug the american scientist who won this years Nobel peace prize for his agricultural work and said a if All men of Good will would work together for peace a the tragic temptation to resort to violence could then be the conference commemorated the 25th anniversary of Fao the largest specialized Agency of the United nations. The Pope delivered his speech in person speaking in French to the delegates in the plenary Hall of Faors Headquarters which Mussolini built for his colonial ministry. In a new papal theme he pleaded for Steps to curb pollution of a the air we breathe the water we drink and for the prevention of a veritable ecological fair and cold with a hard freeze tonight and lows 20-25. Sunny and warmer tuesday with highs in the upper 40s. Outlook for wednesday mild with Chance of showers. Saigon swinger with body shirt and Bell Bot Toms keeps in style in spite of the War surrounding the South vietnamese capital. Lions sell Light bulbs this evening the annual Lions club Light bulb Sale will be held tonight starting at 6 30. The members of the club will canvass the City Selling packages of name Brand Light bulbs with the net proceeds to be used for their a sight conservation project. Residents Are urged to leave their front porch lights on for the convenience of the members of the club. Returning the Marshall team coaches and followers from an afternoon game with East Carolina University at Greenville n.c., the plane Cut a Swath through treetops before crashing into a Hillside Short of the Tri state Airport runway saturday night. Besides 37 Marshall football players and 8 members of the coaching staff the dead included several prominent Huntington citizens three physicians a newly elected state legislator a past president of the Marshall alumni association and the University a Dean of admissions. Eight married couples parents of 24 children were killed. Coaches and some married players killed in the crash left 35 More children. Today and tuesday were declared Days of mourning on the Marshall Campus and throughout the City. Public offices and schools were closed. A special Fri disaster team began today the task of identifying the charred remains of the 75 victims brought to a temporary morgue established in an Airport hangar. A this town is dead a was the Way one nurse described the grim silence that engulfed Huntington and the University Campus. Memorial services were held throughout the weekend. At one service about 400 students and Huntington citizens some weeping and on their Knees Sang an african hymn a a someone a singing. Lord Kum Baya. The teachers were learning to expect continual increases of More than Token size. When Nunn came to Power he provided another 2-cent sales tax source for them. But As Many politicians have Learned the motto of Many a special interest including the Kea is in effect a what have you done for me lately a Nunns moral and financial Aid to teachers in the 1968 session is Mere history to the Kea and certainly subordinate to Nunns refusal to come through in 1970 with a big Cash outlay in the budget. Continued to Page 8 Minnesota family is murdered Sunburg Minn. Apr authorities said today they were baffled by the Shotgun slayings of a farm couple and three children a who got along with a we can to even establish a motive at this time a said sheriff Harvey m. Spaulding of Kandiyohi county. A a it a a Complete the body of James Frem Berg 40, was found in the barn about to . Sunday by Delbert Peterson of Sunburg who had stopped at the farm to pick up milk for a Creamery. The milking machine was running indicating Fremberg had begun his morning chores when he was shot at close Range. About 150 Yards away in the dining room of the two Story farmhouse authorities found the body of Fremberg a wife Gloria 29. A close Range Shotgun blast had decapitated her. A quart of milk and Cereal bowls were on the table for a meal the family never ate. Toys were strewn about the downstairs rooms. In one of two upstairs bedrooms authorities found the Panama Clad bodies of the three children. David 7, and Douglas 4, were in one bed and their sister Patricia 8, in another. There were no signs of a struggle and authorities had no clues the sheriff said. No murder weapon was found continued to Page h theater schedule hippodrome theatre wednesday nov. La through tuesday nov 17 Tell them Willie boy is Here 1 00 4 30 00 two mules Tor sister Sara 2 4$ 4 1$ a swimming in a sea of aluminium beverage cans is Steve Cook 18, an explorer scout who mans a collection station for the a yes we can program in san Diego Calif. Since inauguration of the scrap aluminium can reclamation and recycling program in late september More than three million cans have been collected by san Diego area individuals and youth and civic groups. At to cents a Pound this represents income of More than $15,000 for scrap can collectors. Reclaimed cans Are sent to Alcoa for re melting and fabrication into new Sheet Metal. Contract signed Ramsey takes colonels Job by Jim Helm associated press writer Louisville by. A Frank Ramsey former Star of the Boston celtics was named today As new coach of the Kentucky colonels of the american basketball association. Ramsey 39, was chosen to replace Gene Rhodes who was discharged last week nearly three years after the joined the club. A a in be had a burning desire All my life to coach a said Ramsey a and i look upon this As a personal terms of the contract were not disclosed. Ramsey who has turned Down at least four previous offers from various clubs said he changed his mind when approved by the colonels a because the Job will enable me to stay close to my Home at Madisonville after Rhodes left the colonels the coaching Job was handled on an interim basis by Alex Groza business manager of the team. Ramsey said he had discussed the Job with red Auerbach retired coach of the Boston celtics and was told a a it Sproba ably a Good Deal because you wont get another Chance to coach that close to Ramsey joined the celtics in 1954 and had a career scoring average of 13.4 Points in the National basketball association. In Madisonville Ramsey a wife said she was a overjoyed by his decision. In a glad for him to get a Chance to Ramsey told a news conference that the pressure is on now that he has accepted. A a there of pressure on me coming in to follow Rhodes who is a Louisville native and had taken the team to the the colonels have moved into a virtual tie for first place in the Aba Eastern division. Ramsey said he had met some of the players a the potential is there Lii Eye be demonstrated that this season. My Job is to continue what they be been continued to Page 8 South will have supper Book fair the South Ward Pat will sponsor a Chili supper and Book fair from 5 . To 7 30 . Tonight at the school. Someone a hurting lord Kum Baya. Someone spraying lord about 7,000, including West Virginia gov. Arch a. Moore jr., attended a sunday night memorial service in the Marshall Field House. Calling the football players a a Beautiful Young people a Moore said a these Young people were our lives and we had looked to them for a at a makeshift infirmary set up in another Campus building student friends of the crash victims were treated for Shock. The crash occurred about 7 40 ., after the dc9 clipped the tops of Trees about 75 feet tall on a Ridge some too feet higher than the Airport runway. A the air plane was shedding parts from the first Impact a Reed said. A ten feet higher and he would have made it. That Sall he he said that 90 seconds before it crashed the plane was on target for a Safe Landing. He added that the Pilot never reported any trouble in conversation with the Tri state control Tower. Reed speculated that the Pilot descending through Cloud cover estimated at 300 feet might not have seen the Ridge which was not marked by warning lights. He said it was three seconds from the time when the plane clipped the treetops until it slowed into the Hillside car wheeled and exploded into flame. Reed said those three seconds were marked by nothing but buzzing sounds on the planets cockpit voice recorder recovered intact sunday along with instrument panels and a flight recorder. Witnesses said about 15 bodies were scattered outside the wreckage but most were inside buried in piles of burning Metal. The bodies inside were recovered sunday when Nosb continued to Page 8 colleges will visit school College night will be held at Corbin High school tuesday at 7 15 . Colleges and schools which have accepted the invitation to Send representatives Are Berea College Centre College Cumberland College Eastern Kentucky University Eastern school of hair design Fugazzi business College Kaufman Beauty school University of Kentucky Lincoln memorial University Knoxville business College Murray state University Norton memorial infirmary Midway Junior College Morehead state University sue Bennett College Transylvania College Union College Western Kentucky University and Kentucky Baptist school of nursing. All parents and students who Are interested in receiving information from these representatives Are invited to attend. Students of neighbouring High schools and their parents have also been invited. Each representative will be assigned a separate room in the High school building in which to display materials and to conduct discussions about his College or school. Pills stolen from office of doctor Corbin police Are investigating a break in at the office of or. Frank Catron. Chief of police Jack Vermillion said investigating officers Bill Shoaf and Melvin Rogers said that the culprits entered the office through a Side window sometime saturday night. Missing was a Quantity of birth control pills and sleeping pills. Is 1

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