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Corbin Times Tribune (Newspaper) - January 5, 1983, Corbin, Kentucky The times Tribune wednesday january 5,1983 in Kentucky Pike Man killed in Coal mine pjs evil let a it a Pike county Coal Miner died tuesday when a slab of Rock fell on him officials said the victim thestil Edward Slone 33, of red Creek was working at ramp a Coal cons no. 4 mine at Regina when the Accident occurred about 8 15 ., said Elihu Coyer District supervisor for the state department of mines and minerals. 1 k was the states first underground mining fatality of f Oyer said mines and minerals officials were investigating the Accident. A funeral will be held for Slone at 10 Friday at Chloe Creek regular Baptist Church and he will be buried at Annie e Young cemetery at East Shelbiana Slone is survived by his parents Quot thestil and Sophie his wife Zella Scott Slone three Slone of red Creek sons a daughter a brother and five Sisters fatal shooting of Man probed Mayfield by apr a coroners inquest is scheduled wednesday into the fatal shooting of a Mayfield Man by a state trooper dec. 31. Graves county Coroner Joyce Weidenbach set the inquiry for 2 p m at the Graves county courthouse Robert 11 farm 23, Mayfield was shot by trooper Donald Woods 30, when he pulled a gun As Woods tried to arrest him state police said. Trooper Richard Wright Public information officer at the Mayfield Post said Woods had stopped the car farm was driving and was attempting to arrest parm for driving while intoxicated when parm pulled a gun and a struggle ensued. A passenger in Parma a vehicle Thomas Brady 26, of Tiptonville tenn., was arrested for Public intoxication and is free on Bond. Wright said Brady has substantiated Woods account of the incident. Veterinarian sentenced Louisville by. Apr a received a suspended sentence tuesday on five charges of failing to keep accurate records on More than 100,000 doses of Talwin and four other drugs. Or. Marshall King 58, pleaded guilty to the charges tuesday. . District fudge Charles m Allen sentenced him to one year in prison on each charge and suspended the sentence because King has no felony convictions. The prosecution agreed to drop five felony counts of distributing unspecified amounts of the drugs saying there was no direct evidence that King sold any of the drugs. Federal and state investigators said they began investigating King after he ordered unusually Large amounts of drugs from wholesalers including 106,000 doses of Pentax cocaine commonly known As Talwin and sold on the Street with another Pill As a substitute for heroin. An indictment returned in May said King has not kept accurate records of what he did with the drugs Between May 1980 and september 1981. Kings attorney said he was prepared to offer expert testimony that Larrv a Money saving ideas paid off Frankfort by. A gov. John y. Brownjr. On tuesday presented 12 state employees with Cash awards and certificates of recognition for Money saving ideas for state government. The awards were part of the Kentucky employees suggest Ion system an incentive program that rewards employees who find ways to save state Money through efficiency and safety measures at work. Six of the 12 award winning suggestions dealt with improving administrative efficiency through redesign consolidation or reuse of forms one saved time and Money by improving verification methods in child support welfare another reduced postage and Supply costs by using smaller and lighter weight envelopes. Other Moncy savers included purchasing a sewing machine to repair patients damaged clothing at the Kentucky correctional psychiatric Center at i Grange distrust Ion of generic cigarettes rather than Brand name products at the same facility and safety and efficiency modifications to trucks used for Highway maintenance. The awards totalled $2,700 and accounted for savings of $13.675 Over a one year period. The Cash awards Are paid by the Agency realizing the savings and amounted to 10 percent of the documented or estimated savings for the first year not to exceed $2.500, those receiving awards tuesday were Betty Chilton Turners station Ollie f. Collins Pikeville David r Dougherty Bowling Green Genevieve t Dykes Hodgenville William f. Kegerreis Elizabethtown Laura j Moser. Elizabethtown Christine Noblitt Frankfort i Xii Raymer Frankfort Anna r. Rogers Frankfort David m Smith Smithfield Hager Whitaker Hallie and Barbara f. White Frankfort. Huddleston seeks streamlining Elizabethtown by. A sen. Walter Huddleston d-ky., said tuesday it May be time to change congressional rules to ensure timely passage of a National budget and limit lengthy debate. A the lame Duck session demonstrates the need for Congress to streamline its procedures to Deal with increasingly Complex problems a Huddleston told the far Sci Talwin is regularly used in veterinary practice. Firestone to close Plant i it apr Firestone fibres and textiles co. Will close its fabric treatment Plant in Bowling Green because of reduced demand for tire Cord material the company announced tuesday there Are now 36 factory and 12 salaried employees at he Plant which opened in 1968. Work at the Plant consists of applying adhesive to Woven fabric to make tire reinforcing material. Firestone said the Plant is expected to be phased out by april though a specific Date has not been set rhe company said it will offer programs to assist employees in locating new jobs. Elizabethtown rotary club he noted delays last month due to a filibuster on gasoline tax legislation. It is not always Best to Speed up the process but it appears that essential work just can to be done under current rules a he said Huddleston said Only about half the appropriations Bills for various branches of government have been passed by both Chambers with the remainder of government operating under continuing appropriations. Quot attempting to run the nation for two years on a continuing Resolution instead of enacting a budget is not a proper Way to do business a he said a it is apparent that we May have to rethink the rules permitting unlimited debate and find a mechanism by which we can ensure that essential legislation is resolved in a timely fashion a Sloane disapproves of plan Louisville by of mayor Harvey Sloane is urging the Board of aldermen to reconsider a plan to Annex six areas in Jefferson county saying forced annexation would inflame the Community. Sloane held a news conference monday asking the aldermen to a hold off a said said he will also meet with aldermen individually. He said if an ordinance is passed to Annex an area where Are opposed he will veto it Sloane. Who is running for the democratic nomination for governor acknowledged that local controversy could have an Adverse effect on his Campaign but said Bis main concern is that Ixia Siville and Jefferson county make a Good impression on business and Industrial prospects. A the Best we can do for our local Economy is to create an atmosphere of Unity working together not lighting among ourselves a he said. Well give you the facts. Banks and savings and Loans Are now offering two Brand new financial accounts the insured Money Market account and the super now. Of course each financial institution makes different claims and offers different interest rates on their own accounts. After All each financial institution is different. But in the meantime Many of our customers and friends Are confused about the accounts and their real benefits. We would like to give you the facts and explain exactly what these accounts can do for you. The facts our Money Market account i an investment account i $2,500 minimum i up to $100, xxx Odic insurance i limited Check rating i 8.0% through Jan. 31, 1983 our super now i a checking account a $2,500 minimum b up to $100, xxx i Dic insurance a unlimited Check writing a 7.0% through Jan. 31, 1983 interest rates change monthly. Both accounts compounded daily i he Money Market account and the super now Are part of our total banking service to you. Whether you re interested in one or both of these accounts we re Here to help. Please feel free to come by any of our offices or give us a Call to put an end to the confusion. No service fees at this time on either account listed above an z amp com Fianu main office downtown Corbin 4 convenient locations to serve you member Odic l angry Farmers protest foreclosure Springfield Colo. Of a angry Farmers who tried to halt a farm foreclosure Sale with an egg throwing demonstration broken up by tear Gas say they were protesting Federal policies that Hurt the agricultural Industry. Two protesters remained behind bars today and a third escaped in Handcuffs following the confrontation tuesday on the courthouse Steps which Drew Farmers from As far away As Illinois and Missouri. The demonstrators were trying to prevent the Federal land Bank of Wichita from buying a 320-acre wheat and Milo farm in Southeastern Colorado owned by Jerry Wright a founder of the american agriculture movement. The Dank which owned the deed purchased the farm for about $92.000. Officials said Alton Warren president of the Federal land Bank association of Lamar. Colo., said Wright was three years behind in his payments. The american agriculture movement which was founded in this Southeast Colorado Community five years ago and formed tract or Cades to Washington to protest farm policies organized tuesdays protest said Laurie Schroder Stith tonal rights have been violated Here a Wright said adding he would take his fight to the courts. Farmers began gathering More than an hour before the demonstration. Scores of tractors were parked on both sides of main Street Many with banners protesting the Sale. Campo another Schroder Baca Willard Colo., founder of wife of Eugene county sheriff Goff said Doug Goodpaster 31, and his father. Jim Goodpaster 56, both of Vilas Colo., were charged with assault on a police officer. Goff said one of the men was slightly injured and had been treated by a doctor. Neither was being allowed visitors because a we still feel under threat Here a Goff said. The third Man arrested Kinan Burk of Springfield escaped by jumping out of a courthouse window while wearing Handcuffs Goff said in an interview on Abc televisions a night line program Wright admitted he owed the Bank Money. He said he was unable to make the payments because of Federal farm policies Over which he had no control including a Grain embargo against the soviet Union imposed by president Carter Ana lifted by president Reagan that forced Grain prices Down $1 a Bushel. A that made the difference in my making the payments or not i feel my con a Ewi if a Pride Fried Chicken amp country biscuits 3.29 we combined our delicious Pride Fried Chicken with our country biscuits to come up with one special meal and All for Only $3.29 you get two pieces of Pride Fried Chicken Fried to a crispy Crunchy Golden Brown. Served Complete with two hot Flaky fresh made biscuits Fluffy mashed potatoes creamy Gravy and fresh Cole Slaw. Its a whole nother reason to. Take another look at Jerry a restaurants a Good food and Good service guaranteed. . 25 West Corbin a a Tow a of tar Christmas Eye opener Sale 20-50% off everything in the gift shop Wicker Peacock chairs usual special Price �?~49.93 now $39.95 Wicker etageres 20% off Wicker chaise lounge mud i Price 7 a. A a a ssh no layaway on Sale items Wicker trunks get an additional 20% off for a total of 40% off Large assortment baskets Al Price a a a assorted doll furniture v2 Price Large assortment glassware v2 Price paths place / Huff drug

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