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SERVING ALL AREAS OF OHIO COUNTY THE OHIO COUNTY Your Piclure Newspaper IN THE HEART OF THE COAL COUNTRY VOLUME I NUMBER 19 HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JANUARY ZT, 1966 PRICE TEN CENTS Ioodmobile Visits County: Good urnout Reported By Chairman Blood Donors Seen By Engineer edman Motor Company ntered: Culprit Disappears hit by burglars, lost a new car, was allegedly ed Thursday night of last week to Virgil Stewart, Beaver }am Police Chief. Stewart, who ras on routine patrol in Beaver }am, was driving in front of Weed- Motor Company, and noticed that door to the safe in the showroom the building was ajar. Stewart ly called Gordon Weedman, of the establishment, at about 1:00 p.m. As soon as Weedman he and Stewart entered the and were relieved to find nothing was amiss. It was noted that the safe had been open by one of the employees. locked the building back and he and Stewart parted to go [r separate ways..(Weedman back .... Stewart back to work). After short period of time had elapsed, was sitting in his car near I. C. Kailroad track which was by a train at that time. said that he noticed that the en- ineer was blinking the lights on the The Red Cross Bloodmobile visited Hartford Monday of this week, and according to a report issued by Mrs. Donald Bray, Beaver Dam, the turn- out was good. The bloodmobile was in Hartford at the Methodist Charch, six hours, from 12:00 to 6:00 p.m. A total of 145 pints of blood, plus a 29 pint deficit incurred on a pre- vious visit of the bloodmobile, were needed putting the total number of pints at 174. It was noted in an earlier report, that for Ohio County to be under 'Blanket Coverage' that seventy (70) percent of the quota or 70o of 145 pints would be needed. The percen- tage of blood was reached with 106 pints, however, due to the deficit from the previous visit, which was nor. made up, the county is not on 'Blanket Coverage but on the credit card system. but didn't realize that he ytng to attract his (Stewart's) In a few minutes, the en- of the train came down to ineer car and said "Did'youknow you locked a man up in that C.D. Ezell, engineer of ngine number 9414, said he and his ompanion had seen a man twice Laff I: ,efore Stewart and Weedman arrived, nd then once after they locked the ing f ,Uilding and left. Ezell told the [rill bi eace officers the party had run over iae;. ti.nd the parts counter as they I The engineer told Stewart that as .___..Oon as they had seen the man they adloed the Western Yards in Central "m'lty, and asked them to contact the PAT(t. w enforcement officials. Stewart CK Sled Ezell if he knew how to use ;...,, pistol and when he replied tn the VItffirmitlve, was given a pistol and dnt ashlight, and asked to watch the EE IStablishment until Weedmanwho was ..... lready back home, could be summon- IIME0000s so t,,f on as he was summoned, Weed- RNqj[aan quickly came back to the plgc.e. SE 'I business (This time carrying a A crew of local doctors and volun- teers, plus nurses from Nashville were on hand to assist the donors. had acted by from Central City arrived at ap- proximately the same time that Weed- man and Stewart did the second time. Stewart said "We searched the building inch by inch," but no bur- glar was to be seen anywhere in the establishment. Nothing had been taken, or even disturbed, according to Weedman...a truck loaded with beer had been pulled into the garage the evening before for repairs, and was to be left overnight and it is the supposition of some of the officials that the mysterious prowler just want- ed to quench his thirst, but was foiled by the appearance of Stewart. The part that remains a mystery is how did the prowler enter, and how did he leave as no evidence was found to indicate a forced entry. It is also the supposition of the law- men, that the "Ghost prowler" left by way of the electronic door on the garage. The door is opened by a switch on the inside of the building. Once the door is opened, and the "close" button pushed, the door des- cends slowly enough for a man to run under and let the door close behind him. NOTICE "The OCHS BAND will present its rst public appearance of the school lriday Janury 28 at thecounty School. conc.rt will begin at 7 p.m. admission of $1.00 for adults, for students will be charged. of the group have been for sometime and plan to Creates Traffic Jam T he huge trailer truck, belonging to Hofr Incor- Telephone Official Speaks ToWoman's HouI Women Begin Work At Cowden's Club Gathering .o Cowden-Ohio Coral,any, located in the old Beaver William A. Hazelwood, District Dam Gra:le School, began officially training its new era- Forecast Supervisor, of Southern Bell p!o]ees Monday morning. The six wome,a to begin rain- Telephone and Telegraph Company, ing were; Luzetta Snodgrass, Betty Hoover, Carolyn gave a lecture demonstration on the DEW Line radar system along the 70th parallel, North Am.rlcasfirst Hartford Woman line of defense against surprise attack over the top of the world, January 25 to the Hartford Junior Woman's Attends Conference W ILLIAM HAZELWOOD Club at the home of Mrs. James D. Paxton. DEW Line electronic sur- veillance is so sensitive that it can spot a lone sea gull. In addltion to the DEW Line chain of more than 60 radar stations, Mr. Hazelwood discussed Alaska's "White Alice" Network, the code name designat- ing the communications systems created to serve Alaska's needs - military, civil and Kovernment. White (continued on page four) Times Staff Photo Hopper, Brenda Daniel, Jo Ann Salyer, and Martha Jag- gers. In the picture above, the ladies are being instrdct- ed in the use of the commerlcal machines, by pian superintendent Dan Riley. Mrs. Fred Foster, Route 1, Hart- ford, Area Supervisor Home Econo- of Kentucky DepartmentofEducatton, is attending a state-wide conference for planning programs in vocational and technical education and manpower development in Kentucky. This series of meetings is being held in Louis- ville and is under the auspices of E.P. Hilton, Assistant Superintendent of Vocational Education. Speakers include the Honorable W. Wlliard Wirtz, Secretary of Labor, the Hon- orable Edward T. Breathitt, Governor of Kentucky, Dr. W.M. Arnold, As- sistant Commissioner for Vocational and Technica 1 Education from the United States Office of Education and Stanley H. Ruttenberg with the U.S. Department of Labor. Mrs. Foster has recently attended a seven-day conference, called by the United States Office of Education, at the Palmer House, Chicago. Its purpose dealt with several phases of the Vocational Act of 1963, im- provement in teaching homemaking at the high school level, and coor- dination of plans for the home eco- nomIcs program in occupational training using home economics know- ledge and skills, (continued on page four) Times Staff Photo mately two mtles. The truck loaded with 43,000 pounds, slipped Into the ditch at about 9:00 a.m. Tuesday, and a variety of numbers ranging porated Trucking Firm from Kansas, slipped into tho wreckers were not able to get it out until about 11:50 classical and contemporary tc ditch near the Farm Service Center, on the outskirts Two wreckers from the Weedman Motor Company and tunes, of Beaver Dam, and caused a traffic Jam for approxt- W.S. Taylor Motor Company were summoned. Blamed On Slick Pavement The automobile shown in the ditch near the Dhio County Bowling Lanes, and driven by Richard Hughes of Centertown, was involved in a mis- hap wlth a Chevrolet truck driven by Mud Davis of Beaver Dam .'n the glass-sllck highway, during the peak of snowfall Saturday. The auto received extensive damages to one side, but the truck appeared to have only minor damages. No one was injured. Former Resident Dies Of Bullet Wounds Sunday Lester Brown, 59, of 1634 Davtess St., and a former resident of Ohio County died about 10:00 p.m. Sunday at Owensboro-Daviess County Hos- pital from a bullet wound in the chest. Officers were called to the Brown residence at 7:17 p.m. and after an investigation said Brown was found on the basement floor with a .38 calibre pistol beside him. It was alleged that Brown had shot himself. The police report said Brown's wife and daughter were in the Living room at the tlme of the shooting. Mrs. Brown, according to her report, said her husband had been in poor health for several years. PoLice said Brown was employed by a transit firm, It was reported that he died at 9:50 p.m. while undergoing surgery at Owensboro Daviess County Hos- pital. Brown had resided in Owensboro for 30 years. Survivors Include his widow, Mrs. Ancye Maurlne Brown, two daughters, Mrs. Harold Shaver and Faye Brown both of Owensboro, one grandchild, his mother, Mrs. Pearl Brown of Owensboro, two sis- ters, Mrs. James R. Martin of Owens- boro, and Mrs. Cecil Chtnn of Mc Henry, and a brother, O. E. Brown of Owensboro. Shareholders Medi.g Shareholders at the annual meeting of the Ohio County Federal Savings and loan Association of Hartford held Thursday afternoon, January 20, in addition to re-electing three directors added two more. In a move to give the board more Fifth Grader Credited With Quick Action Gene Whittaker, a fifth grater a',: the Wayland Alexander School, is credited for his quick action in the stopping of the rolling bus, that wa driven by Frank B. Rock, a welt- FIFTH GRADER GENE WHITTAKER known bus driver who suffered a fatal heart attack last week. The" driver of the bus, apparently felt the attack coming, as he was oing from McCreary Court and Union :reel, for he reached dye r and turned off the ignition. The lad jumped up and put his foot on the brake, stopping the bus com- pletely and held it with the brake, until help arrived. The quick thinking of the lad kept the bus from rolling out into the (continued on page four) intersection.