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Corbin Times Tribune (Newspaper) - May 29, 1977, Corbin, Kentucky Sunday May 29, 1977 / Good morning help orb to Cumberland Falls Corbin by. / volume 85, number 126 / 15 cents a single copy / 20 pages by John l. Crawford Bible thought a Liberal my Dull be enriched and one who unters null himself be us tiered. The people curse him who holds Back Grain but a Blessing is on the head of him who Sells it. A part herbs 11 25, 26. Last saturday was a 2-pot Day for our Coffee maker. The first pot ran out before 10 00 of clock As the Crew scurried about trying to get All the political advertising ready to go to press. Our congratulations go to the winners in the various political races in the Tri counties a and sympathies to the losers i always feel sympathetic toward any loser probably because in be been on the losing end in so Many instances. There will be a few races in november for various offices in Whitley Laurel and Knox counties where candidates for both Republican and democratic party nominations were successful. These three counties Are heavily Republican in registrations but in general elections the voters show considerable Independence. Candidates for City officers do not run under party devices so that throws those races wide open without regard to political affiliation. It should be an interesting fall election. Latin students who have delved very deeply into that a a dead language know something about Cicero a roman philosopher who lived More than two thousand years ago. But anybody a latin student or not can appreciate the Wisdom of this historic character when he lists Many a most common mistakes. His list in delusion that advancement by crushing judge will require ump to Post 100,000 Bond keeping Busy while her husband is globetrotting on official business is no problem for Joan Mondale the vice president s wife an avid Ama eur Potter plans to decorate the vice presidential residence with contemporary american Art and crafts. Warning Whitley City by. A Mccreary circuit judge . Johnson or. Says he will deny a motion by the United mine workers for a stay of his order that the Union local Post a $100,000 Bond in connection with a 10-month-old strike. A a in a going to definitely require the Bond a a Johnson said less than an hour after the Union the Bond Friday. A i have two precedents from the Kentucky court of appeals allowing a judge to require the posting of a Bond. They Haven to been the ump involved in a bitter strike against the Stearns mining co. Of steams. Ky., has asked Johnson for a stay of his order until the court of appeals rules on it and also the Appeal of his citation of the Union for nine counts of contempt. Johnson ordered the Bond posted it the same time he found the Union in contempt for violating an earlier order limiting picketing at the company a Justus mine at Stearns. The judge also fined the Union $4,050. Johnson said he will formally Rule on the unions request next week. In a related development 27 of the 31 men indicted in connection with the shooting of terrorists told not to harm hostages eluded 1 the individual is made others. 2 the tendency to worry about things that cannot be changed or corrected. 3 insisting that a thing is impossible because we cannot accomplish it ourselves. 4 refusing to set aside trivial preferences. 5 attempting to compel others to believe and live As we do. 6 neglecting development and refinement of the mind. Searching for ancestors is nothing new for members of the Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day saints mormons they be been doing it for seven generations. This has led to the largest collection of family histories in the world. Copies of microfilmed records Are stored in carefully constructed vaults beneath 700 feet of solid Granate in the Wasatch mountains just minutes from Church continued to Page i by David Minthorn associated press writer Assen the apr dutch officials have warned South moluccan terrorists that authorities will storm their strongholds if any harm comes to the hostages they Are holding m a train and a school in Northern Holland a Justice ministry spokeswoman said today. Mrs. Toos p Aber said the gunmen we told a in the last couple of Days that a was soon As we hear Hann has come to any hostage the train will be two shots were heard at the train Friday evening but there were no reports of injuries. Police speculated the firing was another bid by the terrorists to convince authorities they Are serious about their threats to kill if their demands Are not met. On wednesday and thursday the moluccas displayed some of their bound hostages blindfolded and dressed in White the Oriental color of mourning. Mrs. Faber said it was now believed eight to 10 Aenied terrorists were holding 55 passengers Alj Oard the train they Coinman deemed monday morning. The Bright yellow passenger train is halted in Lush and is surrounded by hundreds of dutch troops and police. The spokeswoman said four gunmen continued to hold three teachers and principal ref Van de Vliet in a Village elementary school at Bove Smilde about 10 Miles South of the train. On Friday the gunmen freed Kate schoolchildren and one teacher after about half the youngsters came Down with a stomach ailment. Earlier reports said seven gunmen including a woman had taken Over the train and six were holding the school. Mrs. Faber said authorities were concerned about the health of the hostages on the train which has been baking under Bright Sun. The terrorists have kept the train windows closed and covered adding to the heat. As the standoff entered its sixth Day there was no sign the dutch government was willing to meet the terrorists demands. The South moluccas have demanded the release of 21 comrades jailed for terrorist activities in the Netherlands and a jumbo Jet to take them All and a group of hostages to an location prime minister Joop Den Uyl reaffirmed Friday night the terrorists would not be permitted to leave the country with their hostages. The moluccas want the dutch to press their demand for Independence for their Pacific islands once called the spice islands which were merged into the indonesian Republic in 1949 after centuries of dutch colonial Rule. About 40,000 moluccas now live in the Netherlands. Terrorists captured the and grabbed the train in almost simultaneous attacks monday morning. Den Uyl told reporters Friday night contacts with the gunmen have still not reached the stage of negotiations. Earlier the government said it would not even discuss the demands until the children were freed. Doctors continued to hold 28 of the children in a Hospital in for treatment of the stomach ailment that caused vomiting and diarrhoea and led to their release unconfirmed reports said they were the of the children went Home after Check ups at an Aid station. and social workers brought in from All Over Holland were to stay with them for several Days to help the children Over to Weir More than 96-hour ordeal tie youngsters said they had been gently treated by the gunmen. Among the hostages Are in women and .35 men including at seven teen aged students and a pregnant woman suffering from thyroid trouble. Officials say she is being provided with regular medication. Two company guards were arraigned Friday. Johnson set an oct. 25 trial Date for the men most miners who Are charged with first degree assault kidnapping and first degree robbery. All 27 were released on $15,000 Bond. A spokesman for Mccreary circuit court said the other four Are considered fugitives and warrants Are out for their arrest. The 27 men who were at the arraignment by Williamsburg attorney . Upton All pleaded not guilty to each of the charges against them. Jolson hinted in a Telephone interview that he be if the state court of appeals overturned his contempt citation particularly in Light of a Kentucky supreme court decision handed Down last week a Day after Johnson issued his ruling. That ruling involving a strike at the Eastover mining co. In Harlan county four years ago a severely limited the conditions under which a judge could Fine a Union for contempt a Johnson said. In overturning a $20,000 Fine against the Union the High court ruled in the f3astover that a unions May Only be held for the author zeil or ratio Neil actions of their officers and in his ruling said that violations of his earlier order including blocking an Aires Road destroying com Pany property and the shooting of company hired guards a Are illustrative of a disregard of personal and property rights As Well As a disrespect for the Johnson said the court of appeals will find it a quite difficult to sustain his contempt citation in Light of the decision. A quite frankly i think the l in of the earlier cases shows a much greater insight into this Type of situation than the Eastover opinion a Johnson said. A it certainly will make it very for a judge to Fine a he added that the Bond a is really the most bumping up victim puts Man in jail Van Guys calf. P a judge has slapped the maximum one year jail Tenn on a num who his Van to bump a cerebral Patsy victim off his three wheeled Cycle and then laughed As he s Ted away. Municipal court judge Hoffert h Devich suspended one Day of the sentence he gave John of Dward Koch on f riday leaving the defendant with a Temi of 364 Days. Koi a a was convicted in april of a Masder Neanor charge of hit and run resulting in injury. Witness Betsy Cox told tie 20,000 judgment Given against City after the jury deliberated for about one hour a $20,000 judgment the City of Corbin was returned in a suit for damages resulting from an Accident involving a City fire truck the suit was filed after an Accident on South Mam Street in Corbin on sept 10, 1973, by Margaret Brumley Miller. Miller testified wednesday that she was driving North on Mam Street just m front of Hinkles when she saw a fire truck a Proa lung in her rear View Mirror she said she pulled Over toward the sidewalk to allow the truck to pass but a car was coning in the opposite direction there was not enough room Between the two vehicles and a valve on the fire truck hit Millers car damaging the car and injuring Millers Back and neck Miller sued the City for medical costs of $3,543, pain and suffering and for of her Power to earn a living Dennis Holden a City fireman who driving the fire True was also named in the suit or. H Hunter an orthopaedic surgeon Fruim Cin a innate that Miller was still suffering from injuries to her Back and neck the jury deliberated for one hour and five minutes and returned a nine person verdict for the $20,fj0o judgment Kentucky Law requires at Rune of the 12 jurors in a civil to agree on a judgment important part of my judgment so As to protect persons and property Down there in addition to the civil and criminal cases the National Libor relations Board has filed unfair labor practice charges against the Union charging its members Are a restraining and Cott Cingo non striking employees and company officials. A hearing on tie complaint is scheduled for sept. 19 in Williamsburg. The major in the strike is the unions proposal for creation of an employ a dominant he safety Onmi ittes which could Call miners out of the pits if conditions Are deemed dangerous negotiations broke off four months ago. Jury that Kwh drove up let behind tie cerebral palsy victim at an intersection March 12 and bumped the tricycle Kish started laughing and then bump Ltd the tricycle again Kish King the rider onto the san it mass Fox said kit then Sommi off pursued by Cox after a High Sam we of five minutes Koch 23, was finally stopped by a Xii Leinan itie victim name was withheld suffered on Lus knee and wrist and injured an ankle said in the Tri counties Hof weekend mostly sunny and continued very Warni sunday. Highs in the mid to upper 80s. Friday a High temp a 86 Friday s Low temp a 57 precipitation Friday a none Sunset saturday a 8 48 Sunrise sunday 6-19 . Sunset sunday 8-4� . Sunrise monday a 6 19 . Sunset monday 8 49 . Sunrise tuesday 6-18 . Hybrid aircraft undergoing flight tests at it Worth Tex is the Xiv 15, o Point army and Nasa development combining features of helicopters and conventional planes two til Rotor Croft designed for Fost Point to Point transportation Are being constructed for a search data proved if by the f a flight Saf Vera station at i Ondon Corbin Airport no paper monday itie Corbin will not in monday memorial Day. Hie entire Plant will in closed All Day. Publication will be resumed As usual tuesday. Radio station Watt will be on the air for a full Day of broadcasting but the office will be All Day. Correction due to incorrect info nation to this , Verl Huskey was incorrectly identified As King Dykes in a photo caption Viday on Page 7. Church Yard Sale Youngs chafk�?~1 Baptist urch will have a Yard Sale in the Church Yard beginning at 9 a in wednesday and continuing through Friday afternoon. Proceeds will go to the Church building fund. Bible school West it bin lurch of Irist announces the sche Lule for vacation Bible school. .1a.s.ses will 1k�?~ held 6 30 to 8 30 nightly i ginning june 6 through i june 10. Graveside rides Hugh Harris Lilge 9 i8, f amp am will meet at 1 . Sunday for the purpose of attending the funeral and conferring graveside rites for Luther Dewey Dowell. Homecoming Maple Creek Baptist cd Hurch will have Homecoming sunday june 5. To county deaths Clarence k lbs Frank Houston William Powell

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