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Corbin Times Tribune (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Corbin, Kentucky
Vol. 80the Corbin times Tribune number 225 Corbin Kentucky sunday morning september 24, 1972 10 cents a copy 16 pages today my Mem Raveling by John l. Crawford Bible thought the fear of Jehovah is to hate evil Pride and arrogance and the evil Way and the perverse Mouth do i hate proverbs 8 13. Mrs. Hugh Howard has a $1.00 Bill issued by the Bank of Barboursville july 20, 1818. Note the a a so in the spelling of our neighbouring City. And of course that Bank is no longer in existence. Joseph eve was president at that time and Thos. Ballinger was cashier. We also have an admission ticket to the execution of Jesse Fitzgerald on Friday february 15, 1907. It was issued to John a. Barton and signed by Dan h. Williams sheriff of Knox county. The admission ticket was labelled not transferable and was nicely printed. I done to know anything about the history of the Case. Sidney Strunk 3004 South Kentucky Avenue has done a pretty Good Job growing tomatoes this year. His wife says she weighed three German Queens that went to a total of 1v< pounds. He also grew some Lovely roses including a peace variety that measured 6 inches in diameter. Strunk is a retired lamp n employee and grows Flowers and vegetables As a Hobby. While we re on the subject of past events in this area we might Tell you about an application for water taps recently shown us by Wheeler Jones. This form was signed by j. C. Mershon superintendent of the City waterworks of Corbin and was dated in 1917, but without the Day or month shown and was issued to c. J. Jones on Gordon Street. Rates were interesting. For example the monthly rate for a Home was $1.25 and you could have sink Basin closet and Bathtub. For Domestic purposes you could have one Yard hydrant with the privilege of one hour sprinkling per Day for a total of one Dollar. A private stable was taxed 20 cents a head for each animal per month. There Wasny to any Law against having barns in the City limits in those Days. Safety experts Are trying desperately to Stem the red tide of death on the nations highways. The United states department of transportation working on this problem has issued a ruling that All cars manufactured or sold in the nation after August 14, 1975, must be equipped with an air bag safety system. It is estimated that this equipment will add $150 to the Cost of an Auto. This would not be too bad if the system could be guaranteed to be effective. But recent tests have shown that it is not fail Safe. These tests have shown Dummy occupants a a killed in numerous tests in staged crashes when the air bags failed to inflate. There were also cases of air bags being accidentally triggered for no apparent reason when the cars were going at High speeds. Surely the air bag safety device should be More thoroughly tested and refined before it is made mandatory on All automobiles. Continued to Page 7 president s press aide Ziegler enjoys Homecoming by by Ramsey associated press writer Covington by. A Ronald Ziegler press Secretary to president Nixon spent a relaxed somewhat sentimental Day in his Hometown of Covington Friday. Despite occasional heckling and hostility from anti War demonstrators Ziegler made the rounds in this Northern Kentucky area without incident. He concluded his visit with a speech to a Republican fundraising gathering at nearby Park Hills declaring a this is an infinitely quieter world because of Nixon a momentum towards a a full generation of the press Secretary said the National mood today is one of a order civility and Calm which has replaced the turmoil and the discontentment of the late 1960s.�?� he also said in a personal aside he always will feel his deepest roots Are in Northern Kentucky and a this without any doubt is America at its outside the restaurant awaiting Zeigler a arrival were about 30 peace demonstrators parading on the Side walk dressed in death masks with some occasionally slumping to the ground and screaming As a Symbol of death in Vietnam. However police arranged for Ziegler to drive to the restau rant by a Back Way and the demonstrators missed him. They dispersed when the dinner began. Earlier in the Day Ziegler answered questions of newsmen and students in a Small auditorium at Northern Kentucky state College. A Why Isnit anyone in the Republican administration allowed to mention democratic presidential nominee sen. George Mcgovern by name a asked one youth wearing a Mcgovern for president Button. Ziegler hesitated a moment smiled faintly and answered the incident was typical of the casual Cool and yet Correct attitude of the 33-year-old Ziegler during the Day. Earlier Ziegler visited Dixie Heights High school returning to the same football Field where he was a Star almost 15 years ago. He presented to the High school Library two copies of a Book a Eye on Nixon a a photographic study of the president edited by Julie Nixon Eisenhower and signed by the president. Accompanied by several Republican politicians including congressman Gene Snyder for a time Ziegler also visited with or. Richard Degraff president of Thomas More College. Then he came tonks where his reception was More mixed. As he left the reception House on the Edge of the Campus an unidentified woman holding a baby accosted him and said a Why Are you working for a government that kills babies in Vietnam a murmuring that a a we re trying to do something about it a Ziegler walked away calmly. As he arrived at the main building on the Campus flanked by two state troopers a group of about 50 Youthful demonstrators shouted a out of Vietnam Ziegler merely shrugged faintly and kept Goin. A Csc president Frank steely told the Assembly that the visit by Ziegler is part of an Effort at Public relations for the school and also an exercise in free speech. He told a reporter later that Mcgovern and his staff also had been invited to the Campus but have not accepted yet. Ziegler describing himself As a a stunned Young Man at 29,�?� when Nixon asked him to be press spokesman four years ago answered fairly routine questions. Under the arrangement students were allowed to question him Only after news representatives finished but the plan did not work out and Ziegler fielded questions ranging from the watergate breaking incident to a complaint by one student that after getting his first summer Job he was disillusioned with the huge tax bite out of his Check. A so was 1 on my Check a Ziegler quipped. Giving a few personal glimpses of Nixon the press Secretary said the president a probably is less of a created image. Than people might expect. He has never said to me a Ron i want that Side of me show.�?T Ziegler said a the Side that does no to come through is that he is a very warm Man and a compassionate Man. And also has great Tough requirement workfare proposal could alter welfare under martial Law by the associated press the Philippines government proclaimed martial Law closed major newspapers took control of radio stations and Cut communications with the outside world today for the first time since the islands gained inde prisoners Don t show at Laos Vientiane a the russian Aeroflot Airliner that was expected to carry the first american prisoners of War to be freed by North Vietnam since 1969 arrived in Vientiane from Hanoi today but the pos were not aboard . Television crewmen leaving the aircraft said. Two american television Crews had flown from Vientiane into the North vietnamese capital on the same Airliner earlier in the Day in the expectation it would return on its Way to Moscow with the freed pos. Waiting at the Airport to meet the scheduled flight were american ambassador g. Mcmurtrie Godley and other senior american diplomats. Godley told newsmen before the Airliner landed that he hoped to Board the plane and talk privately with the three released pilots if the men were aboard. He said he would not advise them that they Are under military order but he would offer to give them advice or assistance. Godley was expected to Board the Airliner with american Consul Richard s. Rand who is re i continued to Page 7 Pendency from . Rule 26 years ago. The drastic measures came amid unrest caused by the country a worst floods in history and a growing wave of bombings and terrorism culminating in an unsuccessful attempt to assassinate the defense Secretary Friday. An expected broadcast today by president Ferdinand e. Marcos was not heard by evening. Philippine radio stations still on the air played uninterrupted music. Sketchy reports filtering out of the troubled nation indicated the military appeared to be playing a subdued role and martial Law was not being enforced in Cebu and Mindanao. Government sources said Marcos signed the martial Law decree transferring Power to local military commanders late Friday. But other reports said the proclamation was dated thursday and had been prepared before defense Secretary Juan Ponce Enrile and his aides escaped unscathed from shots fired into Enrile a car by unidentified gunmen who fled. A Manila police spokesman said three senators of Marcos opposition the Liberal party and a newspaper columnist were arrested but gave no reason. Gunshots were reported on the Campus of the state univer help it o a Highway week sept. 24-30, 1972 sity where classes were ordered suspended. The University has been a Center of leftist activity. Marcos whose second term As president ends next year has continued to Page 7 it 1,000 Are on hand for Agnew Louisville by. A vice president Spiro t. Agnew arrived at Louisville a stand Iford Field Friday night to begin a weekend campaigning in Kentucky and said a a it a almost like coming Home Agnew told a cheering crowd of close to 1,000 that the first time he came to Louisville was As a Corporal on his Way to it. Knox�?30 years ago. The crowd mainly families with children chatted and tapped their feet to a Dixieland band As they waited for More than an hour for agnews plane to arrive. As the chartered plane taxied Down the runway the crowd began to chant a four More years four More amid the american flags and signs Reading a Spiro my hero and re elect the president there were signs with slogans like a Are elect the Dike bomber and a a Nixon a peace plan is a the anti administration demonstrators were peaceful and stayed on the fringes of the crowd. On hand to meet the vice president were a Host of Republic continued to Page 7 some senators believe the Only Way the Bill can become Law in the closing Days of a session is by dropping workfare altogether. This might be hard to do be a b-52 bomb Crater turns into a Small Lagoon near Cai Lay in South Vietnam. A wary Soldier gives it the once Over. Possible breakthrough cancer treatment offers new Hope Rev. J. Bill Jones Central Baptist finishes paying for building this sunday at 6 p.m., Central Baptist Church will have a not burning service and rededication of the educational building. The Rev. J. Bill Jones will be the guest speaker. The construction of this portion of the Church was started in May 1958, and the building was dedicated december 3.1961. The total Cost was $181,398.72. Pastors serving during the planning construction and final payment of this debt were j. Bill Jones 1954-1962 Raymond Lawrence 1962-1972 and or. Fred Roth who is presently serving As interim Oak Ridge Tenn. A a scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory says a cancer treatment he has helped develop gives Promise of becoming an effective cure for the disease through immunotherapy. Or. Michael Hanna or. Said Friday that injection of a chemical called big into Laboratory animals at Oak Ridge has been 100 per cent effective in eradicating cancer tutors and arresting the spread of cancer cells. The Prospect of cancer treatment using big has been discussed by immunotherapy its in recent months As a possible new alternative in fighting the disease. In Clearwater Beach fla., last March or. Frank c. Sparks of Urcla told a Ameri Church of god postpones dinner the dinner scheduled for 12 noon sunday at the Center Street Church of god has been postponed to sunday october 6. Can cancer society seminar How research team led by or. Donald Morton had injected big into the nodules on the skin of Melanoma patients and had melted the tutors away. Sparks said by go Bacillus calmette Grue ring was still highly experimental and was not ready for use by the average physician. Other work in the Field has been done by or. Edmund Klein of Buffalo n.y., or. Richard l. Simmons of the University of Minnesota and drs. Herb Rapp and Bert Zbar of the National Institute of health in Washington. Big Hanna said stimulates the body a natural immunological reactions against tutors to the Point where they Are Strong enough to eradicate the cancer cells. A i think we be now discovered How this works a he said. A with big we be overcome some of the limitations of the White blood cells. When big is injected they enter the tumorous area and attack the big. In the process they also kill the cancer Hanna said cancer researchers would meet in two weeks in Bethesda md., to discuss the big treatment and make plans to test it on a wide scale in human cancers. Hanna cautioned against conclusions that with the development of big treatment science has discovered a the cure for it continued to Page 7 variable cloudiness with Little temperature change today with a Chance of occasional rain this afternoon and tonight. Lows tonight in the mid 50s. Mostly Cloudy with a Chance of showers sunday. High in the upper 70s. Partly Cloudy with Little temperature change monday and a Chance of to widows permit persons who work beyond 65 to earn More and not lose social Security payments provide medicare coverage for the disabled pay the Cost of drugs used by chronically ill persons under medicare and give substantially higher monthly checks to most recipients of welfare for the aged Blind and disabled. Philippines placed Long of Louisiana called the measure a the Best Bill reported by the finance committee in his 20 years there. He said the parts containing $6.5 billion of new social Security benefits and attempting to put tighter Cost controls on medicare and medicaid should be readily accepted by the Senate. The measure also would raise social Security taxes to pay for the higher benefits. Cause it is the Ardc program which generally is attacked As the welfare mess. President Nixon a family assistance plan designed to Reform Ardc was rejected by the finance committee although it is in the House version of the legislation passed june 22, 1971. The administration in turn has rejected the committees workfare plan. Under workfare All parents in families with no pre school children would be taken off welfare and would have to accept jobs provided by a Federal corporation in order to have any income from the government. Other major provisions would give social Security increases but Long agreed there will be a Sharp fight on the provision which would impose Tough new work requirements on Many parents now on the welfare Rolls under the Aid to families with dependent children program. Long said he believes he has a Chance to win majority support for this workfare plan in the debate. But sen. Abraham a. Ribi coff d-Conn., said he is confident most senators will find the plan unduly harsh. A heroine dog is miniature poodle Mimi As she cavort with Peter Emerito 6, in Danbury Conn. She awakened All eight members of the Emerito family while fire was consuming the Home. Up to then she had refused to go up or Down the Steep stairway but the night of the fire she raced Back and Forth four times. Mimi is Winner of the Ken a ration Gold medal As a a american a dog hero of 1972.�?� by Joe Hall associated press writer Washington a the much debated workfare approach to welfare Reform has emerged from the Senate finance committee to face an army of opponents on the Senate floor. Even Russell b. Long the Southern Democrat who Heads the finance committee and was the prime mover in its adoption of workfare concedes the provision might have to be compromised if the massive Bill containing social Security revisions As Well As welfare Reform is to Clear the Senate. The committee finally approved the $14.6-billion measure Friday after 15 months of work. Floor debate has been scheduled to begin next wednesday
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