Corbin Sunday Times in Corbin, Kentucky
5 Jan 1969

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5 Jan 1969

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Corbin Sunday Times (Newspaper) - January 5, 1969, Corbin, Kentucky Sunday january 5, 1969thicorbin, icy., sunday times Page seven Don t itch for some thing you Affet willing to surf Ltd for a try Zzz and Trust company South Corbin Branch Corbin Kentucky three bands help Bury jazz great obituary notices Jeff Messer by Bill Crider associate i press writer new Orleans Cap the Cincinnati general Hospital band Frank w. Livingston surviving arc his wife mrs. Lake Placid Fla. Two sons Jeff Messer. 73. Of 302 Kentuck Geraldine White a son. Charles Wayne and Morrice Livingston Tkv ave., died at 2 30 . Fri wave White and two Daugh Fresno Calif. A daughter mrs. Day at the St. Joseph Hospital in Terl Linda and Suzanne White James w. Moore Charlottes Lexington. Cincinnati his parents or. And Ville a. A brother r. L. And u a a j r. Re irs a Vin White Gray three ams Corbin and a sister mrs. He was a retired Ian rail Brothers. Curtis Ray White and Vina Beard. Washington d. C., George Lewis a master of the r0,1 0 employee having serf Jonathan White Gray and Vir clarinet and one of the last of year with the company Gil White Norwood Ohio two the old Dixieland greats was a a member of Hub h har Sisters misses Cecil Marie and buried Friday after a funeral Lodge no. 038. F. And . Opal May White Gray his procession that included three surviving Are his wife mrs. Grandparents or. And mrs. Dixieland marching hands. Mabel w. Messer a daughter Jeff Mills. Gray Ana several. ,. Mrs. Dorothy Jean Hacker a aunts and uncles. It was an old fashioned Funer granddaughter miss Delora funeral services will he held in with the bands blaring Jean Hacker and a grandson at 1 30 sunday at the William Jeffrey Hacker All of a a it a Baptist Church by the Miami Springs. Fla. Six Sisters. Rev w h curl aru1 Tho rpm mrs. James Jones. Mrs. Ron Damon Helton. Burial will be in Martha Simpson Herndon. Mrs. Henry Evans Thor a it a cemetery and mrs. Robert Smith All of friends May Call at the Hart some of the musical clinker for Hin mrs Harry Miller Tou funeral Home. He was a fussy Man about his Seville and�?~mr8. Doyie Sim Walter Rains mournfully to and from the Church but breaking into a cheerful blast of music after leaving the cemetery. Lewis might have flinched at and six grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 10 30 a. M. Tuesday at the of Neil funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. H. Dudley. Rural will be in the memorial gardens. Friends May Call at the funeral Home after 2 p. M. Monday. Music. Rut it an a Propri Mons conc Lumu it an 1by ther it in be quoth c>1 hot a would have no a Hurt maps apr Corb a appreciated. He was still a dominant figure in new Orleans jazz when pneumonia and flu ended his life last the Rev q h. Dudley. Burial tuesday at the age of 08. Will be in the Pine Hill Ceme two of the marching hands Tery. The Olympia and the Eureka a a be res win h. Funeral services will be held Walter Rains. 69. Of 327 1fith at 2 30 . Sunday at the Van St., died thursday night in the Kirk funeral Home Chapel by local Hospital. Mrs. Martha Simpson. 87, of Lily died Friday morning at the Mary mount Hospital. She was the wife of Boone Simpson. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete and will be announced later by the Hart funeral Home. Are both old hands at the traditional funeral style was a pickup band of is admirers. He was a retired switchman for the Tan Railroad co. And a member of the brotherhood Tom 0f Railroad trainmen. Fred among his survivors Are Donald Jones epidemic has doubled rate of flu deaths Donald Elzie Jones. 28, formerly of Corbin died Friday morning at dry Ridge. Ky., As the result of an automobile Accident. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete and will he announced later by u it Hart funeral Home. The third Luther Dowell Niht nig is survivors Are a in of i new. Basso Fred ropers Elnier John son. James e. Rains. Louisville son Harold Messer Raymond and two daughters mrs. Beulah Herndon and Cloyd Jones. Mae Lawson. Verne route Wil honorary bearers will be Mem Liams Burg and mrs. Virginia hers of the i Oyal sons Rible Geneva Clouse Cincinnati and class first Christian Church five grandchildren and members of the brother funeral services will he held Hood of locomotive engineers at 1 . Sunday at the Hart and Hugh Harris Lodge no. 938. Funeral Home Chapel by the friends Are being received at Rev. Mike Bryant with burial the funeral Home. In the Carr cemetery at Sutton a continued from Page 1 Mil. Persons with chronic diseases George Witt isms Mcdoy High a George Witt. To. a0 Carr. By Raymond Lawson. A a a a. Surgery 1� being delayed in a lotion died Friday afternoon in Dewey Carrjr. And Joe Raina. By the Van Rke Terai Many instances because of a veterans Hospital in Louis Railroad trainmen will be Hon quoth it blood shortage. Epidemics have. Orav hearers Cut Down the number of blood funeral arrangements will he friends Are being received at donations officials said. Announced later by the Hart the funeral Home. . Surgeon Gen. Or. William Untra Home. H. Stewart says doctors use of Irma Livingston vaccine on Low priority patients Harvey White As Well As persons needing it but mrs. Irma Livingston. 74. Died not asking for the dosage is Harvey White. 24. Formerly of at Sebring. Fla., Friday frustrating the epidemic Gray died thursday night in she is survived by her Hus pallbearers will he and Mea James t. Watkins James t. Watkins 84, Padgett Street died at 9 40 . Saturday in the Southeastern Kentuck Catt arils Quot. Baptist Hospital. Funeral arrangements Are in Powell seated but must pay $25,000 Fine experienced help we have extensive experience in our profession. It makes All the difference in the world in la finding the in i Luval requirements of those we Are privileged to serve. Tyneil vhf funeral lome a a Usi in _5viv�ce 2.04 n0r.th it it 0 Nili. Gayle w o nit phone 528-4411 of Thi Ginoi Lybi 24 hour ambulance service continued from Page 11 that body also made official of election of Georgia Democrat Richard b. Russell As president pro Tern who presides in the absence of the vice president of the United states. The Job fell to Russell automatically As senior member of the majority party. Forty new members were sworn into the House where John w. Meco Maek was formally anointed speaker a Job he has held since 1961. Mccormack was picked by democrats and Gerald Ford of Michigan was elected minority Leader by republicans at caucuses to thursday. Fired employee gets Back pay continued from Page 1 Era Tor in Ohio county William s. Anderson a heavy equipment Driver in Mclean county and Henry t. Mcglone an assistant Foreman in Mercer county. Governor approves area Council continued from pane 1 Cal Effort. In addition the Multi county unit allows several counties with a Mizar problem to solve them eight counties the Cumberland Valley development District consists of Rockcastle. Jackson Laurel Clay Knox Whitley by 11 and Harlan counties. The appalachian regional commission has previously funded the big Sandy Kentucky River and fico development districts and the economic development administration has approved administrative funds for the Barren River and Lincoln Trail districts. The Kentucky program development office is presently working to establish four More districts Buffalo Trace Gateway Penn rile and Lake Cumberland. When these districts have been established 73 Kentucky counties will be involved in coordinated comprehensive development and planing within their own districts. The officers of the Cumberland Valley development Are Chester h. Wolfe mayor of Middlesboro president Hiram Brock jr., mayor of Harlan vice president Joe Broom the Laurel county development association Secretary and Oscar Herren Corbin City commission treasurer. Navy explanation hard to accept continued from Pago 11 does not involve All of Southeast Asia and the Navy retains its Petroleum inspection functions in Thailand. They said the action had been Long planned. Defense Supply officials described it As routine and said it was not connected to the disclosures of widespread Petroleum thefts in Thailand. Round the town saturday 8 . A the new class of the dudes and dolls Square dance club will have its graduation dance. Everyone is to bring a snack tray. Sunday 2 30 a Tho executive Board Lynn Camp Baptist association will meet at the Piney Grove Church 1969 Caprice Coupe no clowns. No hoopla. No funny hats. This is an event for the serious car buyer. The Man who has x number of dollars to spend and is determined to get his Money a Worth and maybe More. Come to a Chevrolet showroom during our value showdown. Ask the Man to show you on paper How you can order most any 1969 Chevrolet with a big v8 and automatic transmission for less than you could last year. Come in and spend some time. Dig probe ask questions take notes. You owe it to yourself to be thorough. Go for a drive. Get a free Sample of Chevrolet a luxurious full Coil cushioned ride. Shut the windows and see How for a the Interior stays thanks to Astro ventilation. Feel the kick of the biggest Standard v8 in our Field. Then go Down the Street or across town and see How we stack up against those other cars. We think you la wind up with a Chevy. More people do you know. Putting you first keeps us firs the Chevrolet value showdown is on. New Freedom seems unreal to escaped go continued from Page 1 the Mekong Delta and was whisked away. Quot i celebrated Christmas. Now years and everything else on the 31st when 1 got he said. Rowe said to already has asked to be returned to Vietnam. Experience Quot i feel that the experience i have gained Over the past five years would be beneficial and would enable me to do something of Benefit in the Effort which is being made in South Vietnam a he said. A a in be gained a wealth of knowledge which i never would have had and never could have gained in any other Whitley court House records and statistics continued from Page 81 dec. 28 Hazel Bryant certified As notary Public. Suits filed in circuit court dec. 26 Nola Smith is Albert Petrey Accident damages 5267. Dec. 26 Brenda Mckiddy is Olin Pratt debt 5268. Dec. 31 Alice fave Brown is Robert Brown divorce 5269. Jan. 1 Helen broaden is Marian Roaden divorce 5270. Monday 7pm. A Felts homemakers club will meet with mrs. Robert Medlin old London Highway. Tuesday 7 30 . A Golden Circle sunday school class. Cent ral Baptist Church will meet at Stewart s restaurant. 7 30 . A general meeting of the Corbin woman a club will he held at the Holiday inn Call 528-5925 or 528-1613 if unable to attend. Wednesday 2 . A Barton homemakers club will meet at Sanders. Mrs. Roy Ellison. Mrs. George Young and mrs. O. K. Steele Are hostesses. Thursday 7 30 . A Emily Mae class first United methodist Church will meet at the hungry hound restaurant. Hostesses Are mrs. Tom Thurston mrs. Bennett Hall and mrs r. I. Eisenbarth. Henderlight is president of kiwanis continued from Page 11 Den 3 years and Calvin Ray 1 year. Retiring president Herndon in turning the Gavel Over to incoming president Henderlight said that it had been a Quot pleasant year a and thanked his fellow members for their excellent cooperation during the past year. Bast Effort he also announced a joint meeting of the old and new directors at the Wing drive in monday night at 6 00 of clock. Judge Henderlight in accepting the Gavel pledged his Best efforts in behalf of the club for the ensuing year. He announced that chairmen of committees were also urged to attend the meeting at the wring drive in monday night along with the directors. Biblical order causes Church new problems continued from pane 12 groups opposing Church involvement in social issues. Quot Ever since Jesus scared the life out of a Rich Young ruler by telling him to sell All he had and give the proceeds to Tho poor christians have been ill at ease about property and far Good says the Rev or. Harvey Cut jux. Of Harvard divinity school Captivity he says Money and property have tended to hold Quot the Church in hut attempts now were being made to break out of that Mold. Biblical passages Are Quot very Blunt Quot about this Quot father Riga writes in the Catholic world Quot a Christian who has wealth must use it in the service of his Brothers who Are poor Quot or stand condemned by a Many of the gospel Falcons win Little league game thursday continued from Pago 2 most Ward Fig it p to Bill Slone 1 1 1 3 Larry Dizney 0 0 1 0 Curtis Hart 0 2 1 2 Mike Mims 1 0 0 1 Donnie Lanham 4 1 0 9 Mark Bolding 1 0 1 2 Robert Kelsey 0 0 0 0 buddy Cassidy 0 0 0 0 Jerry Baker 0 1 1 1 Earl Setser 0 0 0 0 Dale Greer 0 0 0 0 Bill Branaman 0 0 0 0 Jim Spaulding 0 0 1 0 John Grega 1 0 0 2 Glen Center 0 0 0 0 total 7 a 7 20 Falcons East Ward 32-3� 12�?20 we Are pleased when we see sensible Young people set their minds on advanced education or Home ownership and then save diligently toward that goal. I think we at first National Bank and Trust co., appreciate most our role of partner in Progress with these Young citizens

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