The Courier-Journal from Louisville, Kentucky (2024)

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APRIL, 1. 1 p.m. 1970 58, 2328 W. Louis Deaths Stiff Regulations On Jet Pollution Los Angeles Times-Washington Post Service WASHINGTON The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has warned the airline industry that the government write stiff regulations against pollution from jet engines. The warning was issued Monday.

Last January, Department of Transportation and the Department of Health Education and Welfare forced the airlines to install new "burner cans" in existing JT8D engines to reduce exhaust pollution. The JT8D is the standard engine for Douglas DC9s, and Boeing 737s and 727s. The burners, however, reduce only "visible" exhaust (primarily carbon monoxide), leaving invisible gases (nitrogen oxide) to flow into the atmosphere. Secretary of Transportation John A. Volpe said Monday, "Studies conducted by various agencies indicate that only about 1 per cent of the total air pollution this country may be attributed to aircraft engine emissions." But "further progress" could be obtained if the government set "engine emission standards which are both technically and economically feasible," he said.

The FAA asked for comments on the practicality of adopting such guidelines and on possible standards which could be used in writing the regulations. The deadline is July 1. Associated Press Assuming a Star Role VETERAN COMMAND pilot Brig. Gen, Daniel (Chappie) James Secretary Melvin R. Laird as the shoulder yesterday at the Pentagon.

Negro in the Air Force, is the defense for public affairs. and decorated Vietnam war hero, is congratulated by Defense officer's wife pinned a star on his James, the highest ranking new deputy assistant secretary of Kentucky Deaths, Funerals BRANDENBURG Mrs. Bertha Darnall, 87, died Tuesday. She was the mother of Mrs. Netalie Rogers, Louisville.

Funeral, 2 p.m. Friday, Rock Haven Baptist Church. The body is at HagerWright Funeral 1 Home here. CUMBERLAND Ordan K. Ward, 40, Toledo, Ohio, formerly of here, died March 26 in Toledo.

His wife survives. Funeral, 11 a.m. Wednesday, Macedonia Baptist Church here. The body is at Parker Funeral Home here. CUMBERLAND Mrs.

Clara Mielcareck, 42, Lexington, formerly of here, died Monday at Lexington. Her husband survives. Funeral, 11 a.m. Thursday, Milward Funeral Home, Southland, Lexington. OWENSBORO Polk L.

Young, 82, died Monday. His wife survives. Funeral, 2 p.m. Wednesday, H. Davis Funeral Home here.

LIVERMORE Mrs. Estill Howard, 31, died Monday in Owensboro. Her husband and her mother, Mrs. Brenda Bell of Owensboro, survive. Funeral, 2 p.m.

Thursday at Livermore United Methodist Church. The body is at Muster Funeral Home here. BEAVER DAM Funeral for Mrs. 85, who died Sunday, Stella. Wednesday, William Danks Funeral Home here.

PLEASUREVILLE Earle L. Young, 93, died Tuesday at Shelbyville. He was the father of Mrs. Mayme Hughes, of Louisville. Funeral, 2 p.m.

Thursday, Thomas Funeral Home here. LEITCHFIELD-Cliffie Tate, 79, Caneyville Rt. 1, died Monday at his home. Funeral, 1 p.m. CST Thursday, Ellis Funeral Home, here.

GLASGOW Edward Wilson, 40, Cave City Rt. 1, died Monday. His wife and father, Kermit Wilson, of Munfordville, survive. Funeral, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oak Ridge Baptist Church.

The body is at Watts Funeral Home. HODGENVILLE- Joshua Sherman Nunn, 83, died Tuesday at his home. His wife survives. He was the father of Capt. James Nunn, of the Louisville Police Department.

Funeral, 2 p.m. Thursday, First Baptist Church, Buffalo. The body is at Bennett-Bertram Funeral Home, here. BOWLING GREEN Mrs. Ida Dearing, 89, died Monday.

Funeral, 10 a.m. Wednesday at J. C. Kirby Funeral Home. COLUMBIA Miss Minnie Penick, 84, Greensburg Rt.

5, died Monday at Louisville. Funeral, 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Grissom-Maupin-Heskamp Funeral Home here. LAWRENCEBURG-Funeral for Mrs. J.

Wallace Bailey, 72, Rochester, formerly of here, who died Monday, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Gordon Memorial Funeral Home here. SCIENCE HILL -Killis Pyles, 53, Cains Store, died Monday at Somerset. Funeral, 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Cedar Point Baptist Church.

The body is at Farris- i s-Hislope Funeral Home here. MILTON-Mrs. Lacy Rodgers, 81, died Tuesday at Madison, Ind. Funeral, 2 p.m. Friday, Milton Baptist Church.

The body is at Wood Funeral Home here. LAWRENCEBURG- Russell K. Har. low, 40, was killed yesterday in a onecar accident near here. The body was taken to Harrod Brothers Funeral Home, Frankfort.

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FORTNER Zettwoch-Fortner Realtors One of Kentucky's Largest Real Estate Firms 368-1676 459-4600 448-1345 4125 4101 Browns 4729 Dixie So. 3rd Lane Highway Mrs. Angie Mildred Smith, of Elizabethtown. Funeral, Wednesday, Dixon-Atwood Adkins Funeral Home, Elizabethtown. Andrew Bacon Newton, 91, of 2, Dover Road, Shelby County, Ky.

Funeral, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Shannon Funeral Home, Shelbyville. Orris Hooks, 62, of 3603 Lenoir Ave. Funeral, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Owen Suburban Funeral Home, 5317 Dixie Highway.

Owen E. (BoBo) Mattingly, 60, of 4151 S. Fifth. Funeral, 9 a.m. Thursday, St.

Leo the Great Catholic Church, 325 Wampum. Theodore A. Montgomery, 64, of 4301 Sprite Road. Funeral, 11 a.m. Thursday, Holy Spirit Catholic Church, 3345 Lexington.

Road. Edward L. Wild, 67, of 240 N. Pope. Funeral, 2 p.m.

Thursday, Neurath Funeral Home, 725 E. Market. Harvey A. Whortenbury, 56, of 2722 Hillside Terrace. Funeral, 2 p.m.

Thursday, Briar Ridge Christian Church, Spencer County, Ky. Mrs. Mildred Stout, of 2406 Glenmary. Funeral, 11 a.m. Thursday, Foreman Funeral Home, 10600 Taylorsville Road.

Spanish-Americans Seeking Formation of a New Nation DENVER (AP)-Young Spanish-Americans from more than a dozen states called Sunday for the formation of a new nation to be called Aztlan. Aztlan is an Indian word that refers to the formerly Mexican land now part of the United States that was inhabited by Mexican-Americans before present U.S. states were formed. About 3,000 persons attended the fiveday second annual Chicano Youth Liberation conference. A spokesman said Aztlan would be concerned with MexicanAmerican influence in the arts, economy, politics and education of the area and not with an attempt to regain the land involved.

Mrs. Laura Foster, of Ken- tucky. Funeral, Thursday, Greater Good Hope Baptist Church, 1100 S. 26th. Mrs.

Lilla Alice Williams Purcell, 86, of 13600 Bohanon Lane. Funeral, 11 a.m. Friday, G. Hardy Valley Funeral Home, 10907 Dixie Highway. Raymond V.

Haner, 70, of 3300 Furman Blvd. Funeral, 10 a.m. Friday, St. Barnabas Catholic Church, 3054 Hikes Lane. Mrs.

Theodosia A. Meaney, 73, formerly of 4105 Michigan Drive. Funeral, 1 p.m. Thursday, W. G.

Hardy Shively Funeral Home, 4101 Dixie Highway. Robert Wesley Sadler 57, of 744-E S. Clay. Funeral, 2 p.m. Friday, A.

D. Porter Sons Funeral Home, 1300 W. Chestnut. Oren Smith, 67, of 4230 Vermont, a native of Cumberland County, Ky. Funeral, 1 p.m.

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Loosens film, flushes away foreign matter. Only New KLEENITE gives you this formula that gets dentures cleaner, brighter, faster without brushing! Leaves dentures fresh and odor-free. MADISONVILLE-Ernest H. (Butch) Troop, 25, Madisonville, died here Monday. His mother, Mrs.

H. H. Troop of Madisonville, survives. Funeral, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Barnett-Strother Funeral Home.

Babbs 46, Louisville, former MADISONVILLE Mrs. Ralph, W. sonville resident, died Monday. Her husband survives. Funeral, 10:30 a.m.

Friday, Barnett-Strother Funeral Home. PRINCETON Mrs. Paralee Morse, 87, of Princeton, a former Dawson Springs resident, died Monday. Funeral, 2 p.m. Wednesday, First Christian Church in Princeton.

The body will be at Beshear Funeral Home in Dawson Springs. MAYFIELD--Walter Murrell, Sedalia, died here Monday. His wife survives. Funeral, 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at Byrn Funeral Home here.

FULTON Mrs. Sarah Milner Brown, 73, Fulton, died here Tuesday. Funeral, Wednesday afternoon. body is at Hornbeck Funeral Home here. BARDWELL Mrs.

Katie Hite, 85, Bardwell, died Sunday. Funeral, 2 p.m. Wednesday at Milner Funeral Home here. Belgians Hold Soviet In SHAPE Spy Plot BRUSSELS (AP) The Belgian criminal investigation police yesterday announced the arrest of a Soviet engineer who they said planned to set up a spy ring inside the Supreme Headquarters of the Allied Powers in Europe. He was identified as Boris Savitch, 35, whose official job was to sell Soviet Scaldia-Volga trucks in Belgium.

Belgium police said he was arrested last week while trying to escape from a restaurant where he was trying to get military information from another person. Savitch's "main long-term aim was to set up a spying network within SHAPE," the police statement said. Robbers Net $117,143 In Argentine Train Holdup ROSARIO, Argentina (AP)-Three men held up a railroad postal car Monand fled with 400,000 new pesos police reported. They said the holdup occurred soon after the train left Rosario, Argentina's second-largest city, for Venado Tuerto. Riding in the car were several employes of the Argentina National Bank with a shipment of cash, guarded by one police officer.

The holdup men overpowered the occupants of the car, took the money and leaped from the train. Ceremonies Include Julie, David WASHINGTON (AP) Julie and David Eisenhower, daughter and son-inlaw of President Nixon, will take part in the keel laying ceremony April 18 for the nuclear Eisenhower, the aircraft carrier House Dwight said yesterday. The ceremony will be held at the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, Newport News, Va. FULTON Mrs. Alex Stunson, 55, South Fulton, died here Sunday.

The body is at Vanderford Funeral Home, South Fulton. PADUCAH Mrs. Maybelle Cooper Spence, 65, Mineral Wells, Texas, formerly of Paducah, died Saturday. Funeral, 2 p.m. Wednesday at Roth Funeral Home here.

SPRINGFIELD-Tom Stein died Tuesday in Lebanon. Funeral, 2 p.m. Thursday at Antioch Christian Church. SPRINGFIELD-Kendrick Mattingly, 67, Washington County, died Tuesday. The body is at Hale Polin Funeral Home here.

Funeral, 10 a.m. Friday at St. Rose Catholic Church. BEREA-Mrs. Tom Stewart, 56, Berea Rt.

1, died Monday Lexington. Her husband survives. Funeral, 11 a.m. Wednesday, Red Lick Holiness Church. The body is at Rominger Funeral Home here.

HARRODSBURG-Mrs. Maggie D. Yeaste Horn, 87, died Tuesday at Harrodsburg. Funeral, 2 p.m. Thursday, Alexander Royalty Funeral Home here.

Burial, Cornishville Cemetery. DANVILLE- Emmit Lee Stroud, 76, died here Monday. His wife survives. Funeral, 10 a.m. Thursday, PrestonPruitt Funeral Home here.

TOMPKINSVILLE Frank Leslie Belcher, 76, died Monday in Nashville, of burns received in a fire March 23 at his home here. Funeral, 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Strode Lyon Funeral Home here. TOMPKINSVILLE-Mrs. Lona Mae White, 66, died Monday.

Her husband survives. Funeral, 10 a.m. Wednesday, Tompkinsville Baptist Church. The body is at Yokley Funeral Home, here. PROVIDENCE Mrs.

Edith Taylor, 82, died Monday at Madisonville. Funeral, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Melton Funeral Home. ASHLAND W. S.

(Bud) Taylor 62, Bellefonte, died Sunday. Memorial services, 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Community Presbyterian Church, Bellefonte. ASHLAND Mrs. Mary McNealy, 88, Ashland, died Sunday.

Funeral, 2 p.m. Wednesday, John Steen Funeral Home here. RACELAND Charles E. Fannin, 67, Wurtland, died Monday. Funeral, 2 p.m.

Wednesday, Evans Funeral Home here. OLIVE HILL George Bradley, 90, Soldier, died Monday. Funeral, 11 a.m. Thursday, Leslie A. Henderson Funeral Home here.

ASHLAND Robert A. Caldwell, 72, Romulus, former Greenup County resident, died Sunday. Funeral, 1 p.m. Friday, John Steen Funeral Home here. PRESTONSBURG Mrs.

Jim Marsillett, 82, Blue River died Monday. Funeral, 10 a.m. Thursday, Carter Funeral Home LOUISA Robert Jordan, 61, Louisa, died Sunday. Funeral 2 p.m. Wednesday, Cherryville Baptist Church.

RUSSELL Mrs. Glenn G. Caldwell, 44, Bellefonte, died Tuesday. Funeral, 2 p.m. Friday, First Chritsian Church of Ashland.

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And he hasn't shown any signs of letting up. Baker describes himself as follows: "Born in Loudon County, which is half hillbilly and half bloodless aristocrat. You could put me down as a bloodless hillbilly except that I haven't been back since I was five." Someone else has said that the columnist looks like a stringbean and writes like a devil. His regular readers most likely would find that an apt description of the man whose columns are widely circulated and read throughout the country. Perhaps you will come up with your own description after reading him for yourself.

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