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Corbin Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - October 20, 1970, Corbin, Kentucky 8-Corbin daily Tribune tuesday october 20, 1970 witnesses Bebok s world at aay Lai testifying by Robert heard associated press writer it. Hood Tex. Apr two former soldiers say they saw . David Mitchell and 1st it. William Galley or. Pour Rifle fire into a ditch crowded with South vietnamese women children and old men at my Lai in 1968. A i seen a woman get hit the Side of her head blown off. After that i walked away a Dennis Conti 21, a Providence r.i., truck Driver testified monday. Conti and Charles Sledge 23, of a Sardis miss., Luggage Plant employee said they saw Mitchell and Mitchells platoon Leader. Galley fire Short bursts of automatic Are from their m16 rifles into the ditch. Galley has been ordered court Martiale on charges of murdering 102 unarmed civilians at my Lai. His trial is scheduled to begin at it. Ben Ning ga., on nov. 16. Mitchell 30, of St. Francis Ville. La., is charged with assault with intent to commit murder. He could be sentenced to 20 years at hard labor if convicted. Conti said he was a mine sweeper and was armed with an m79 grenade launcher on March 16, 1968 when his company swept through my Lai. At one Point he said he heard gunfire and went to see what it was. A i saw Galley and Mitchell. They were standing off to the Side. I noticed they were firing Down. I noticed there were people there. A few of them were Yelling and screaming a he said. Then he saw part of the woman a head blown off he said. Conti estimated there were a a about 30, maybe More civilians in the ditch. Sledge a radio Telephone operator that Day estimated to a were in the ditch. Both men testified they received no hostile fire that Day. Both said they had not seen any weapons taken from the civilians. Sledge said Calley talked briefly with Mitchell after the civilians had been herded to the Edge of the ditch. Mitchells lawyer Ossie Brown said sledges testimony differed on four Points with previous testimony he gave to an army investigating committee. If pharmacy footnotes by Dan Norvell medicare boasts a supplementary medical expense insurance plan a voluntary plan which attempts to pay medical costs other than Hospital costs for anyone Over 65. If you now receive or will receive social Security civil service or Railroad retire nent benefits the monthly Premium of $4 is deducted from your monthly Check. If on the other hand you do not receive retirement Check you pay premiums directly to the government. If you wait to pay in Advance you can do so for up to one year. If you prefer to pay premiums in monthly instalments you can make the arrangements through a social Security office. Choosing the family pharmacy is most important. Guess that s Why so Many people Are coming to doctors Park apothecary Bishop and Mitchell streets 528-1932.across the Street from Baptist Hospital. We Are strictly an apothecary and have a most Complete professional and personalized prescription department Helff til hint the supplementary plan provides you with an insurance card which describes your eligibility for benefits. 1970 by Nea. Inc.,. And to think doctor it All started with a heart transplant Quot Fawzi pick As Egypt s minister by the associated press informants in Cairo say president Anwar Sadat has chosen 70-year-old Mahmoud Fawzi for 18 years one of president Gamal Abdel Nasser a chief advisers on foreign affairs to be Egypt a new prime minister. Fawzi entered Egypt a consular service in 1926 and served in a succession of consular and ambassadorial posts under the monarchy. Six months after the overthrow of King Farouk in 1952, he was named foreign minister and held the Post until 1964, when Nasser made him Deputy prime minister for foreign affairs. In 1967, he became Nasser a assistant for foreign affairs a Post created for him. Last april he met with president Nixon As Nasser a personal representative to discuss . Efforts to achieve peace in the Middle East. Killer of Rockwell obituaries Horry Henson Harry Henson 61, Madison Street died monday morning in the local Hospital. He is survived by his wife mrs. Sallie Henson Corbin two sons Harry Henson jr., miss Sappi and Randal Henson Mississippi a daughter Maylor Henson Mississippi his father Alex Henson Shelbyville five Brothers . Henson jr., Cheyenne wyo., James Henson St. Cloud Fla. Lake Henson Mary Esther Fla. . Sester Henson Athens a. Sec Thomas s. Henson . Army Vietnam three Sisters mrs. Elen Gunn Cincinnati mrs. Omer Whitsell and mrs. Phyllis Mitchell Corbin two step daughters mrs. Wilma Phillips and mrs. Betty Creech Norwood Ohio one step son Pete Wells Corbin. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 . Wednesday at the Hart funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. George w. Baker and the Rev. Raymond Lawrence. Burial will be in the Corinth cemetery. The pallbearers will be a Navy military unit from Lexington who will conduct graveside services. Friends May Call at the funeral Home after 4 . Today. Gilbert Day Gilbert Day 78, burning Springs died monday in the Onieda Hospital. He is survived by his wife mrs. Sarah Day three daughters mrs. Elsie Jones Corbin mrs. Amo Bryant Elpaso Tex. Mrs. Grace Pearl Turkey three sons Austin Day Bald Rock Arthur Day burning Springs Paul Day Elsmere eight grandchildren two Brothers Milton Day Booneville and will Day Covington. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 . Wednesday at the Brittain funeral Home Chad in Manchester by the Rev. Funnon. Burial will be in the macedonian cemetery. Obituary is Courtesy of the Vankirk funeral Home. Capt. Richard Beebe Captain Richard Beebe 34, . Army died october 8 in Vietnam. He is survived by his wife mrs. Fayetta Osborne Beebe two daughters miss toni Beebe Corbin and miss Terry Beebe Liverpool . Two sons Richard Beebe Liverpool and Kimny Beebe. Corbin and his parents or. And mrs. Mace Beebe Syracuse n. Y. Funeral services will be conducted at 11 . Friday at the Maurer funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Ronald Buskey. Burial will be in Fairdie cemetery in Fairdale ., with full military honors. Obituary is Courtesy of the Vankirk funeral Home. Ethel Sullivan mrs. Ethel Sullivan 54, Versailles died sunday night at her Home. She is survived by her husband Roy Sullivan two sons Edward s. Laudermilk . Navy Porta Rica and William g. Bennett Versailles five Sisters mrs. Verna Taylor Rockholds mrs. Nettie i be Corbin mrs. Mae Brittain Cincinnati mrs. Ruby Bryant Williamsburg mrs. Pearlie Alsip Holland Mich. Two Brothers. Ester Walters Rockholds and . Walters Louisville. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 . Wednesday at the Vankirk funeral Home Chad by the Rev. Harold Leforte. Burial will be in the Walters cemetery at Rockholds. Pallbearers will be her nephews. Friends will be received at the funeral Home after 5 . Today. John Nelson John c. Nelson 81, Corbin died monday afternoon in Louisville. He was a retired Engineer for the l amp n Railroad co., member of the first Christian Church and a member of the Hugh Harris Lodge 938, f amp am. He is survived by two sons Herschel s. Nelson Louisville and Starlin e. Nelson Birmingham Ala. A daughter Mildred j. Nelson Louisville seven grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 . Thursday at the Hart funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. . Dudley. Burial will be in the Corinth cemetery. Pall bearers will be masons. They will have charge of grave de services. Friends May Call at the funeral Home after 5 . Wednesday. Ruth Matthews mrs. Ruth Gregory Matthews 49, formerly of Corbin died saturday in Covington. She is survived by her husband. Burl Matthews four aunts mrs. Martha Hart mrs. Susan Lockard mrs. John Gregory and mrs. Rachel Reynolds Corbin. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 . Wednesday at the Allison and Rose funeral Whitley county courthouse news continued from Page 3 Bruce tract on Bishop Street Corbin to . And Verla Phillips. Oct. 7 Jerry Shelley tract on Wolf week to Ben h. And Glenn h. Sidley. Oct. 8 Daisy Bryant tract in Circle Park addition Williamsburg to Fred and Lillie Haun. W. And Mollie Clear Fork and Linda i clip this and and Taka to your Kentucky pried Chicken Fere cd la Bra to colonel Sanders 80th birthday with us. 80 dinner special celebrate colenes Sanders loth birthday. For Utt Loc you get three big placet off Finger Licking gook chickens potatoes Gravy Cole Slaw and Roll regular Price i1.3s. Offer Geed Only with this and through oct. 31. Limit one Coupon per customer. Visit the colonel and cel Bretel colonel Sanders recipe pm Ilu Elm. By n at i.7s Williamsburg by. I clip this de end take the your Kentucky Fried Chicken stare oct. 8 p. Bryant tract on River to David Jarbo. Oct. 8 Clyde and Nancy Reeves tract on Barton Road Corbin to Joyce Reeves. Oct. 8 Myrtle Daugherty tract in Farmer Street Corbin to Jerry and Sylvia Pridemore. Oct. 10 John w. And Helen hash tract on Barton Mill Road Corbin to Ida Alsip. Oct 10 Jess and Edna Cox tract on Clear Fork River to Edward and Mary Reynolds. Oct. 11 Lula Martin it Al tract on Parks Brance to Lois g. And Luther Miracle. Oct. 12 Isham and Birdie Davis tract in Highland Park cemetery to Virginia Brittian. Oct. 12 Theodore w. And Claudia Jones it Al tract in Corbin to Southside Baptist Church. Oct. 12 Leland l. And Lorene Goodin tract on Lynn Camp Creek to Southside Baptist Church. Oct. 12 Herman Roaden tract in Jack Reasor addition Corbin to Heskel and Evalee Road. Bad old Days haunt sex nazi by Tom Tiede Washington a Nea a according to John Patler he had a fight with his wife on the afternoon of aug. 25, 1967, and left his Home to take a walk. According to police he did nothing of the kind. They say he stood on a roof above a shopping Center laundromat in Virginia fired a pistol and killed his Friend and confidant american nazi a a fuehrer George Lincoln Rockwell. A 1967 jury believed the police and John Patler now 32, a former american nazi party Captain is legally guilty of first degree murder. But today Many people in this area do not really know whom to believe. Patler served six months of a 20-year sentence then was released on $40,000 bail pending appeals. He has been out of jail for More than a year. And As some washingtonians wonder a if he a a murderer Why did he Only get 20 years and if he a a murderer what in gods name is he doing out of jail among the rest of us a Patler himself seems the Only one not confused by the whole situation. He has lain awake Many nights figuring it out. His conclusion is a people Are trying to make amends. I think the judge and jury realize i did no to kill anybody. I remember even the prosecutor who demanded i get the chair after the trial he walked up to me and said a in a sorry John i had a Job to so i was a convenient Scapegoat that Sall. I think those people All realize that for those who knew John Patler in the bad old Days its strange to see the Man on the streets today. And not Only because he has been convicted of murder. As one of Rockwell a most trusted aides Patler was strictly a nazi stereotype stiff sneering a hater of jews negroes catholics an altogether despicable sort who always tried to be uglier than thou. Yet in the autumn of this new decade he appears an entirely different Man. He has reassured his Birthright name Patsalos which he formerly cursed As too alien. He has abandoned the starched shirt and tie routine for open neck Semi mod attire. His Crew Cut has grown out to business. And most interesting he says he has begun to Champion minority group misery As his own cause a it seems to Shock people that in be changed from a hater of Blacks to a Lover of them. But really its not All that strange. In be finally realized just How close i am to Blacks and Browns and other depressed people. In a greek i have dark eyes and dark hair a and Here in America that can work against you. You can grow up like the Black to think you just done to fit in. A a that a the reason i became a nazi. I hated my name i hated my nationality and i wanted to strike Back at my hate. The nazis seemed like a Good place to do it. It was a special form of suicide i guess. The nazis were out to eliminate alien Stock i was out to eliminate my alien past a so i put on Home in Covington. Burial will be in Covington. Obituary is Courtesy of the Hart of omeral Home. Dave Lowe Dave Lowe 40, Clairfield Tenn.,died at 6 15 . Sunday at the Lafollette Community Hospital. He is survived by his wife mrs. Ellen Lowe five sons David Lowe Johnny Lowe James Lowe Larry Lowe and Ronald Lowe Clairfield a daughter miss Mary Lowe Clairfield his Mother mrs. Mary Lowe Clairfield five Brothers Jake Lowe Henry Lowe and Tommy Lowe Dekalb 111. Charlie Lowe Duff Tenn., and Roy Lowe Clairfield three Sisters mrs. Sally Ellison Clairfield mrs. Annie Thomas Egan Tenn. Mrs. Billy Taylor Dekalb 111. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 . Wednesday at the Rock Creek United Baptis Church by the Rev. Tilman Hatfield. Burial will be in the Bowman cemetery by the Ellison funeral Home of Jellico. The body will be taken to the Home at 2 . Today. Fayette Man is charged with slaying Lexington by. Apr a Fayette county Man has been charged in connection with the brutal slaying of his 59-year-old Mother in Law in Louisville last month. Held in Jefferson county jail pending a hearing in Louisville police court today was Albert Leonard Wilding 41, who was arrested at his Home monday by a team of Fayette county state and Louisville police. Wilding was accused of the sept. 2 knife slaying of mrs. Marie Drew Wayne a Louisville juvenile court worker whose body was found in her Kitchen by a repairman. She had been stabbed with a Butcher knife and ice pick police said. According to authorities. Wilding is Plant manager for the Kihlman electric co. At Versailles by. 1. Vij a a out of jail now onetime american nazi John Patler still has worries in particular for the safety of his Camuy wife Alice and sons Mark left and Nick right. Some of the old gang done to like him. The Swastika. But now i know that All of them myself too were unfortunately a tiers Ide logic switch has not been followed by All of the nazis of that Day. The and folded with Rockwell a murder but some diehards continue. The remnants formed another group a National socialist White Peoples party a and though very anaemic they Are still around to haunt people. Mostly they haunt Patler. Occasionally he says a they cruise around my House shouting dirty things like a Greasy on one afternoon Patler a wife was shot at. In August the family received a live explosive in the mail. In response Patler lives a worried life. He moves often. Changes his name Back and Forth. Watches his step. A i think they re always watching me a he says a so i Neyer go any place without looking behind me. I know who most of them Are a i think one of them May be the Guy who really killed Rockwell. I done to think they a have the guts to kill me but who can Tell a but bad As they Are the nazis May be the least of John Patler a troubles. He can stick his hand into his life sack and pull out any number of greater woes. Money for instance. He tried to Start a Spanish language newspaper but it folded after an Issue. Now he supports his wife two children and his court fight on what he can his wife works steady he works part time and friends and relatives contribute to expenses on occasion. Then there is the court question. Patler has no future until the Law decides it. Right now the judiciary is debating whether to free him for Good Grant a new trial or Send him Back to jail to serve the remainder of his sentence. As a supreme Burden Patler has his own reputation. He Hopes people will forgive or forget a but that a unlikely. Some nut will always want to antagonize him. Others will always be suspicious of him. At Best he will always be an object of curiosity. Guilty or not he will forever be in a prison of sorts. News taper Enterprise Assn round the town tuesday 7 00 . The past councillors club of the Corbin Council 124, d of a will meet with mrs. Silas Rutherford 308 fifth Street. Five killed Early today in Pike crash continued from Page 1 ago. The six deaths run the state toll to 833 compared to 870 at this time last year. Linda Kay Ralth 22, Whites Ville died monday night when her car crashed off Kentucky 54 about two Miles East of Owensboro. State police also reported the death monday of Elmer Greer 67, of Brandenburg in a Louisville Hospital. He was injured sunday in a three car pileup at the intersection of Kentucky 77 and 228 near Brandenburg. Sport shorts Laurel my. Apr Loren Zacchio the Colt who beat Nijinsky at Newmarket England last saturday has been invited to compete in the Washington d.c., inter nation at Laurel nov. 11. Toledo Ohio apr the Transfer of the Columbus Ohio franchise to Buffalo for 1971 was approved conditional monday by International league baseball officials. Definite action was deferred until the in Recei is satisfactory Assurance of construction of a new stadium in Buffalo. Ottawa apr a touring basketball team from Yugoslavia battered an All Star Ottawa collegiate team 97-55 monday night before about 500 fans. The . Rabotnick team registered its eighth win in 10 games of a 16-game tour. The Ottawa team was composed of players from the University of Ottawa and Carleton University. 7 .�?the Lynn Camp ass Kation . Quarterly meeting will be at the Piney Grove Baptist Church. The Lynn Camp Church will have the program. Thursday 12 noon the Baptist women of Central Baptist Church Day groups one two and three will meet at the Fellowship Hall for a potluck dinner. General meeting will follow. 1 30 .-the Lowb Center St. Church of god will meet in the Fellowship Hall. 6 30 .�?the b amp pm club will have its birthday dinner at Yeary a restaurant. 7 22 of the . Will meet at the municipal housing office. 7 .�?the pythian Sisters will meet at the k of p Hall for the regular meeting. 7 30 .�?Circle three first Christian Church will meet with miss Clara Sennabaum s. Main Street. Mrs. Luther Dow and mrs. John Kamman will be co hostesses. Note the change of Day. 7 30 . The forsythia Garden club will meet at the Corbin Public Library. If unable to attend Call 528-4137 or 528-4286. 8 .�?the Beta i chapter Beta Phi sorority will meet with mrs. Terry Forcht Scenic View Heights. Nursing Home seeks change continued from Page 1 understanding it was zoned r-1 and no commercial buildings could be erected in the area. Phil Gregory said the Home would be larger in patients than the local Hospital and would Stop the growth of the area. He went on to say that 2c new hones had been built in the area within the past three years. Gene Rollins said that he also bought his Home with the understanding that it was protected by the zoning Laws and was within a r-1 area. The committee has two weeks to make a decision on the changing of the area from r-1 to commercial. Friday 10 . The quarterly meeting of the Emu of the it. Zion association will meet at the Southside Baptist Church in Corbin. 1 30 . The Eastside homemakers club will meet at the c a bin Public Library. Mrs. Walter g. Jones will be hostess. 8 .�?the Nib Roc group alcoholics Anonymous will meet downstairs at doctors Park. Saturday 7 .�?the Junior woman a club will have a Wiener roast at the shelter House at Levi jacks i Park. If unable to attend or bringing a gut Call 5m-473b before saturday. 7 30 .�?the Bryant chapter 20, Oes will meet for the regular meeting at the masonic Hall. 7 30 .�?the Republic woman a club will meet at the Home of mrs. Donald Elarton Circle drive. Josh Sharp will present the program. Note the change in meeting Date. Monday 9 . To 5 .�?the Corbin b amp pm club will sponsor a rummage Sale at 801 n. Beatty ave., formerly brewery a grocery building. L this is turning Corbin into Dodge City with monb3y-sa.vtfcta> Delalis right 1st o w out cd it me in and see his new Dodge savers. Wyrick Bros. 108-110 Laurel ave. 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