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Corbin Times Tribune (Newspaper) - March 31, 1974, Corbin, Kentucky Harbin vol. 82 number 76 or Tuuu Cumberland Falls Corbin Kentucky sunday morning March 31, 1974 15 cents a copy 16 pages today Raveling by John l. Crawford Bible thought but Strong meat belong eth to them that Are of full age even those who by reason of use have their senses exercised to discern both Good Ami evil hebrews 5 14. Tuesday is Arbor Day and Bob Blair is observing it by giving away several Hundred Tulip Poplar seedlings. Hell be at the first National Bank Corner at 10 of clock tuesday morning with his Little Trees. The Tulip or yellow Poplar is one of my favorite Trees. I just wish i had room in my Back Yard for one of them. But the two red june Apple Trees two Pecan Trees a Cherry tree a Maple tree and a Magnolia tree have just about used up All the room there. The Koleika Temple and the Corbin shrine club will again bring their colourful and entertaining shrine ceremonial to Corbin. This will be the second appearance of this event in this City in recent years. It will be known As the Davie j. Smith ceremonial and will Honor the memory of corbins most illustrious Mason. The ceremonial will consist of several connected events but the one the general Public will be the most interested in will be the Parade. It will take place saturday april 6, starting at 1 45 at the Corbin Library on Center Street. This fun filled procession will go West on Center to main and Down main to the Cross Street leading to the High school gymnasium. The various Parade units of Koleika Temple will be on hand to entertain the onlookers. The economic life of the Tri county area must be in a rather healthful condition if the statistics of the eight Banks Here Are any indication. A Survey shows that these Banks have a total of $173,412,242.56 on Deposit. That much Money surely must exert rather hefty clout on the Economy of Whitley Laurel and Knox counties. About two thirds of that amount is on certificates of Deposit and savings accounts which indicates that our people Are Thrifty minded. Total assets of the eight Banks two in Corbin two in Williamsburg two in London and two in Barbourville a As of december 31, 1973, was $193,089,570.21. The Cumberland National of London and the first National of Corbin in that order Are the largest of the eight Banks but All of the eight Are in a thriving and healthful condition. This Speaks Well for our area. Somebody handed Dewey Raye Frye one of our gang Here at the times Tribune a Little questionnaire entitled a what kind am i a the author is unknown but the idea is pretty Good. It goes like this a lot of christians Are like a wheelbarrow not Good unless pushed some Are like canoes they need to be paddled some Are like continued to Page 5 several signed Friday by governor court judges an additional expense allowance of up to $1,800 a year. A prohibit hospitals from refusing to admit a patient for emergency care solely on the grounds that he cannot pay for it. A allow counties to exempt themselves from ambulance service regulations of the state medical lice sure and need Board. A allow motorists to turn right on a red traffic Light signal unless a City or county government adopts an ordinance prohibiting it. A require bail Bondsmen to submit their rates to the state insurance department. A provide a permit system for overweight Coal trucks on specified roads for a four year period. A establish a Kentucky Scenic trails system. A allow the Jefferson county school Board to Levy three taxes to support its schools. No longer require county judges to keep records verifying continued to Page 5 windstorm has raked Kentucky by the associated press vicious Spring storms raked Kentucky Friday night and tornadoes or High winds caused damage at Russellville Bowling Green and Elizabethtown and left 11 persons injured. Of eight persons injured in the Elizabethtown area two were hospitalized. One was admitted for observation the other for treatment of a fractured Pelvis and hip. Five of the eight were Hurt when a storm struck the Plantation Park trailer court damaging or demolishing eight Mobile Homes. The other three injuries of cured at the Nall trailer court where four trailers were damaged or destroyed. State police at the Elizabethtown Post said damage estimates ranged from $100 to $40,000. They say the $40,000 estimate was from damage to a new Home West of Elizabethtown which had the roof torn off and was a a gutted by an apparent Tornado. Trees were uprooted by the storms and some Gas lines were left leaking. Preliminary damage estimates from storms in the Elizabethtown area totalled $120,000. Five House trailers were blown Over at the sunny acres trailer Park off . 31 w near Bowling Green and a covered construction Walkway was blown completely across state continued to Page 5 Cedar Gap Church schedules revival a revival will begin at the Cedar Gap Baptist Church at 7 monday and continue through sunday. Bill Clouse from Hamilton Ohio former pastor of the Southside Baptist Church in Corbin will be the evangelist. Louisville group will sing Here the Don Fugate singers from Louisville will lie at the North Corbin holiness Church at 7 . Sunday. Christina s dog Peanut butter Rolls around on the grass while she takes a rest after a playful Romp with her dog on the courthouse Lawn in Williamsburg. Christina is the 6 Kent state shootings year old daughter of or. And mrs. Frank Noyes yellow Springs Ohio. Associated press writer Frankfort by. It a gov. Wendell Fords signature Friday has Given Kentucky a new Law regulating abortions. The Law which will take effect june 21, sets no restrictions for abortions during the first three months of pregnancy and allows a woman to induce one on herself then upon the advice of a physician. After the first three months the written consent of the husband or of the parents for an unmarried minor girls will be required. The supreme court last year eight guardsmen Are indicted by Neil Bibler associated press writer Cleveland Ohio it a the father of one student killed at Kent state University in 1970 reacted with a a mixture of sorrow and Relief to fridays indictment of eight National guardsmen accused in the deaths. A there is no happiness in this matter a added Arthur Krause of Pittsburgh a. His daughter Allison 19, was one of four students killed May 4, 1970, during a burst of gunfire that ended a Campus confrontation Between students and guardsmen. But Ralph w. Zoller of Mantua Ohio whose son was indicted said he found it ridiculous. A this whole thing is stupid a he added. Others killed when guardsmen broke up the protest against . Involvement in Cambodia were Jeffrey Miller 20, Plainview . Sandy Lee Scheuer 20, Youngstown Ohio and William Schroeder 19, Lorain Ohio. The Federal grand jury which began work last dec. 18, accused one present and eight former Ohio National guardsmen of wilfully depriving the four dead and nine wounded students of their constitutional rights. Those named in the three count indictment were sgt. Mathew j. Mcmanus 28, West Salem Ohio presently a member of the National guard and the following former guardsmen i Awrence a. Shafer 28, Ravenna Ohio James d. Mcgee 27, Ravenna William e. Perkins 28, Canton Ohio James e. Pierce 29, Amelia Island Fla. Ralph w. Zoller 27, Mantua Ohio Barry w. Morris 29, Kent Ohio and Leon h. Smith Beach City Ohio. Sarah Scheuer of Youngstown Mother of one victim said it was heartening a that there is some Chance that the system works. And maj. John e. Martin of Wooster commander of a com witness says stans lied about donations by John Morganthaler associated press writer new York a the government witness whose testimony at the Mitchell stans conspiracy trial has been most damaging to former Commerce Secretary Maurice h. Stans has admitted he lied under oath five times before the trial began. Carpenter family sings at Gray the Carpenter family will sing at the Gray pentecostal sunday. Church at 11 . Or. Albert w Sweazy will speak at the Trinity United methodist Church at u . Sunday. Or. Sweazy is the director of the Kentucky Council of ministries of Kentucky. A Are you lying now to avoid prosecution a a defense lawyer demanded of the witness George Bradford Cook 36. He quit last May 17 after 10 months As chairman of the securities and Exchange commission. A a in a not lying now a Cook told the . District court jury Friday As the trial of stans and former atty. Gen. John n. Mitchell on charges of conspiracy obstructing Justice and perjury ended its sixth week. The prosecution is nearing the end of its Case. The two men who quit the Cabinet to head president Nixon s re election Campaign Are accused of impeding an sex investigation of financier Robert l. Vesco in return for Vescor a secret Cash contribution of $200,000 to Nixon a Campaign of concealing the contribution and of lying to the grand jury about it. Cook is the son of a wealthy Nebraska banker whose Friendship with stans helped him get his Sec Post. Cook testified that stans spoke to him Many times about the Sec probe of Vescor a financial Empire before a massive fraud suit was filed against Vesco on nov. 27, 1972. Vesco was indicted with Mitchell and stans but has fled the country and is a fugitive. Cook said stans caused him to eliminate reference to Vescor a Campaign contribution from the civil fraud complaint deaths Luciile Ferrell and also tried to Stop the filing of transcripts of testimony which would have revealed the contribution. In addition he said that stans had admitted to him that he had lied to the grand jury and had tacitly suggested that Cook do the same. Under questioning by asst. . Atty. John r. Wing Cook admitted he had lied on his first two appearances before the grand jury. Then he said he told stans he was going to a Tell it like it was and told the truth on his third grand jury appearance. Continued to Page 5 class offered for mechanics the Corbin vocational school will offer an evening class beginning tuesday april 2 at 6 . For automotive service technicians and other interested persons. The course will cover automotive specially tools measuring devices diagnostic procedures using test meters automotive hydraulics gears and ratios. Class will meet 6-9 . For 10 sessions. Oak Grove Pat sponsors singing the Oak Grove Pat will sponsor a gospel singing hour at 6 30 . Tuesday. The groups will be the Smith quartet the Steeles Chapel singers the gospel six and the Walker family. There will be an admission charge. Pany 145th infantry reminded that a these Young men have civil rights his unit was one of those from which the gunfire came. In a wondering if anybody is looking after them a he added. A Justice department spokesman said the defendants would be summoned for arraignment scheduled for april 10, but would not be arrested. Conviction under the criminal charges could bring penalties ranging from a years imprisonment and $1,000 Fine up to life in prison in those instances in which death resulted from the action. The 590-word indictment capped 39 Days of jury work that included three Days of secret deliberations uncommonly Long for deciding recommendations in a civil rights Case a Justice department spokesman said. The 22 jurors 19 of whom were present Friday in court pored Over what a Federal judge said was about 6,500 pages of transcript testimony of 173 witnesses and 250 documents that included scores of photographs a 100-Page Ohio National guard report and an 8,000-Page Fri report of probes into the shootings. The 13 seconds of ragged gunfire that left the four dead and nine wounded erupted shortly after noon on that Spring Day. Guardsmen firing volleys of teargas and shouting demonstrators hurling rocks and other objects had mane Vered Back and Forth the guardsmen once finding themselves fenced into a dead end. Then some members of the guard units advancing up a Hill continued to Page s liquor raid is staged by sheriff Whitley county sheriff Dick Vermillion and members of his department raided a House on the Black Diamond Road Friday night and arrested two men. Sheriff Vermillion identified the two As Keith Chain Plin 43, 84 Street Corbin and Herschel Knuckles 50, Woodbine. A Large Quantity of whiskey and Beer was confiscated at the House. The two men were slated to appear before county judge Jerry Taylor saturday on charges of Possession of alcoholic beverages in local option territory for the purpose of Sale. Holding states could not prohibit abortions during the first six months of pregnancy and could not regulate them before the first three months. Some attorneys have contended the requirement for the husbands or parents consent in the Bill exceeds the authority Given states under the supreme court ruling. As of Friday Ford has signed into Law 287 of the 400 Bills enacted but the 1974 general Assembly. He has vetoed one and allowed five to become Law without his signature. Ford has until Midnight wednesday to veto any Bill enacted during the final 10 Days of the session. Other measures signed into Law by Ford included Bills that would a tighten Kentucky a Law on Campaign contributions requiring candidates to designate one Central Campaign committee to receive All reports of contribution by other committees. The Senate Bill which Ford signed also would allow the registry of election finance to hire an attorney and accountant to investigate and audit Campaign financing. Ford has not yet signed House Bill 68, a Bill by rep. Nicholas Kafoglis do Bowling Green which incorporates Many of the provisions of the Senate Bill but also goes further. Among other things he 68 would set a $3,000 ceiling on contributions by an individual for any one election. A require the consent of the landowner or government Agency involved before anyone can drive a mini Bike or other off Road vehicle on private or Public land. A give most county officials a pay raise and also require annual audits and uniform accounting of All funds they handle. A provide state financing of a unified state court system and give court of appeals and circuit becoming partly Cloudy saturday night and sunday. Lows saturday night in the Low 40s. High sunday in the Low 70s. A Chance of showers and warmer monday. . Wonder if i should try that the one cat appears to be thinking about the cat rolling on the sidewalk. The cats belong to Lawrence Farmer 707 Barbourville St

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