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Corbin Times Tribune (Newspaper) - April 6, 1990, Corbin, Kentucky State news no traces of cyanide found in meat tests Louisville. By. Apr no traces of cyanide were found in samples of meat taken from three Eastern Kentucky stores after Anonymous callers warned that the food was poisoned the state Cabinet for human resources reported thursday. Spokesman Brad Hughes said Laboratory tests were run on Bacon Chicken Bologna ground beef and hamburger a a and nothing showed Hughes said the Laboratory was preparing to test meat samples from Houchens Market in Radcliff where a Telephone threat was received wednesday. A murder charges filed after fatal collision Maysville by. Apr murder charges were filed thursday against a Motorist whose vehicle collided with another and killed three people. District judge Robert Gallenstein said he signed the warrant for buddy Thomas 20, of Dover who also was charged with Drunken driving and racing on a Public Highway. The judge said Allen Harding was charged with three counts of complicity to murder and racing on the Highway in the same Case. Kentucky state police said Ralph Baker. 66, of Maysville and Pearl Sanders 34, and her husband Gary Sanders 36, of Aberdeen Ohio died from injuries sustained in the Accident which occurred wednesday seven Miles West of Maysville. Baker was mrs. Sanders father. Thomas was treated for cuts and scrapes at Meadowview regional Hospital. Men plead guilty to illegal importation London by. Apr . District judge Eugene Siler or. Set june 8 As the sentencing Date for three men who pleaded guilty to concealing information on the origin of articles imported from abroad. Sam France. 44, of Loyall Taiseer Salem. 37. Kingsport Tenn. And Jayantila Patel 27, of new Jersey had been charged in a Multi count indictment alleging they had been dealing in counterfeit watches and purses bearing the Brand names of rolex Gucci Louis Vuitton Seiko and Piaget. The three men pleaded guilty april 2 to a Misdemeanour charge in return for the dismissal of several felony counts in the indictment. Asp search factory for illegal dumping Somerset by. Apr state and local authorities carried out a search thursday in an investigation of possible illegal dumping near a Pulaski county furniture company the Kentucky state police announced. A capt. John Lile of state police in Frankfort said authorities searched the Cumberland Wood and chair co., about four Miles North of Somerset on . 27. Lile said folic Las from the state police the Federal environmental Protection Agency the Fri and the state natured resources and environmental Protection Cabinet were involved in the search. . Attorney Bob Trevey in Lexington said folic Las confiscated flies and took soil and water samples from the site. No criminal charges have been filed. A spokeswoman for the Cabinet s compliance division says the company has previously been charged in at least three such cases. Civil enforcement actions were taken against Cumberland in 1988 and 1989 and Are still Active spokeswoman Leah macs words said. Ruling allowing nude Dancine is reversed Cincinnati apr a Federal appeals court thursday reversed a lower court ruling that protected nude dancing at an Oak Grove ky., nightclub. The 6th . Circuit court of appeals said . District judge Edward h. Johnstone had no grounds for ruling in a Case involving the cat West nightclub. The appeals court overturned a permanent injunction issued by Johnstone that prevented authorities from Banning nude dancing at the club. The appeals court said there was no Federal Issue involved in the Case. Cat West operated by Wal juice bar inc. Of Tennessee. Of it ened in january 1984, one month later. Oak Grove and Christian county passed ordinances prohibiting nude or Semi nude activities at establishments with liquor licenses. Civic leaders soliciting Money for salaries Louisville. By. Apr a fund to supplement the salaries of the Jefferson count judge executive and Louisville mayor has six civic leaders soliciting Money according to a published report. Among the six Are an unpaid member of judge executive Dave Armstrong s administration and a Developer who had said he would t participate because he had been publicly linked to the plan in which contributors were to be Anonymous. Through the first three months of 1990, mayor Jerry Abramson collected supplemental pay of $9,836 and Armstrong $15,902, according to Charles Buddeke Iii president of the Louisville Cham Ber of Commerce who is coordinating the fund for the Louisville development foundation a private non profit economic development group. Asked about leaks that have made it possible to identify solicitors Buddeke said a we have tried to take every step we could to make this thing absolutely squeaky clean and aboveboard to protect the mayor and county judge from influence. If somebody wants to undermine it. There a nothing i can do about it Quot solicitors names were supposed to be kept confidential but the courier Roumal obtained documents showing the solicitors include the six civic leaders. They Are Morton Boyd. George Fischer. A. Wallace Grafton jr., Michael Harreld. Tom Meeker and . Nichols the newspaper reported thursday Nichols said earlier he solicit or contribute Money for the fund because he believes participants should remain Anonymous and because head already been identified As the Porson who suggested too sting the salaries of the mayor and judge executive to $100,000 a year. _ Nichols chairman of its corp. Said this week he Hadnot contributed to the fund but would neither confirm nor deny he had solicited for it. Asked wily he would raise Money after saying he would not. He said. A if nobody knows about it what difference does it make Quot Boyd is chairman of first Kentucky Nasonal corp. And Harreld is president of citizens Fidelity Bank amp Trust co. Meeker is president of Churchill Downs and Grafton is a partner at the Law firm of Wyatt Tarrant amp Combs. Fischer who owns a vending machine business in Jeffersonville. Ind., and was Armstrong a Campaign finance chairman last year was App it lated in january As unpaid director of Armstrong a office of strategic planning and management. He did not return several Calls to his office. The news Pap it or obtain a list of contributors who Are apparently mostly business and civic leaders. The list is being kept private to protect Armstrong and Abramson from the appearance of having conflicts of interest. Spokesmen for the mayor and county judge said their Bosses done to know a and done to want to know a the names of contributors or solicitors. However two donors confirmed in interviews that they had contributed. They were Jeff Lagow a Developer who Heads the Hunnington group inc., and Mary Bingham whose family formerly owned the courier Roumal and other news Medla properties. 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