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TIMES 00e:r. o. , ,,. , Z "Your Pklure Newspaper tral City and Mrs. Ida Morris Hartford, Kentucky, January 27, 1966 of Greenvi 11 e ; a brother, :i  County Agent's News ville, Ind. ,. __ ARVIN WILLIS LEISURE Funeral services were County Beaver Dam-Arvin Willis held at 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. Leisure, 71, died at 11 a.m. 21, in the chapel of Cecil Thursday at the Ohio County Chinn Funeral Home at Hospital after a long illness. McHenry. The Rev. Bob By JOHN KAVANAUGH Deaths He was a member of the Beckett, pastor of Rockport Beaver Dam Masonic Lodge Baptist Church, will conduct CO. EXTENSION AGENT No. 420 and had served as the services. Burial was master. He was also a held in Rockport Cemetery OFFICE PHONE 298-3623 member of the Rural Letter with grandsons as pallbear- Carriers Association and era. HOME PHONE 298-7132 PEARL LENA ROSS had been a rural mail car- Centertown-Mrs. Pearl rter for 38 years before he Lena Ross, 75, of Center- retired. OSWALD RENDER town died at 6 p.m. Fri- Survivors include hiswife, Oswald Render, 83, diedat day at her home. Mrs. Alta Chancellor Lets- 3:30 a.m. Thursday at the A two-day short-course ously , to demonstrate the She was a member of the ure; one daughter, Mrs. Opal Ohio County Rest Home. He for corn producers will be equipment. The exhibit in- Centertown Methodist Durham of Centertown; two was a native of Ohio County held Tuesday and Wednes- dudes a new grain-drying Church. sons, Earl T. Leisure of and a member of the Inde- day, February 1-2, at the system, a mechanical hend- Survivors include her hus- Beaver Dam and Ted L. pendents Baptist Church. Henderson Community Col-ling system for stalk-cut band Rufus Ross of Center- Leisure of Sciotoville, Ohio; He is survived by one sis- legs. The sessions open at tobacco, and a pasture reno- town; two daughters, Mrs. two sisters, Mrs. Myrtle ter, Mrs. Vada Baldwin of 9:15 a.m. (CST) and end vator drill among other Elbert Brown of Centertown Silback of Rt. 3, Beaver Beaver Dam, and several ab3ut 3 p.m, (CST) daily, things. and Mrs. James Phelps of Dam, and Mrs. Mabel Dev- : nieces and nephews.  The program: A movie also willbe shown Owensboro; three sons Mar- er of Chicago Heights, Ii1., Services were held at 2 TUESDAY: Drying princi- to viewers. It deals with vin Ross of Central City, two brothers, Harlan Leis- p.m. Saturday at the Case- plea, Dr. Harvey Hamilton, training for agricultural en- William Ross ofNortonville, ure of Chicago Heights, Ill., bier Funeral Home, con- U.K. agricultural engineer; gineering jobs, and the jobs Ky., and Loren RossofMor- and Roscoe Leisure of ducted by the Rev. Thomas This IS H They Did Look tons Gap, Ky., 11 grand- CromWell, Ky.; nine grand- Caudtll, pastor ofthe Beaver 9rid grain systems, Dr. available. OW Bruce McKenzie, Purdue On Saturday, February 19, children and six great- children, threegreat-grand- Dam Baptist Church. Burial University agricultural en- Prof. Blaine Parker, chair- grandchildren, children and three step- washeldintheGoshen Ceme- gineer, man of the U.K. Agricultur- Funeral Services were at grandchildren, tery. Dr. McKenzie opens t_heal Engineering Department 2 p.m. Monday at the Duke Masonic funeral services afternoon program ,vith a and Prof. Gerald Isaacs of Funeral Home in Center- were held at the Casebier talk on Indiana grain stor- Purdue, will speak on "Me- town, conducted by the Rev. Funeral Home at 10 a.m. age experiences. Then he, chanization of the Future." George Tichenor, pastor of Saturday. Burial was in Hamilton and James Esche, Complimentary tickets for Rineyville Baptist Church. Mount Pleasant Cemetery. Henderson farmer, will hold the show are available at Burial was in the Centertown a discussion period, the County Extension Office. .... Cemetery. MRS. JOHN BOONE WEDNESDAY : Research!Social Security Changes af- ! I I I Echols-Mrs. Susan Mary findings, Dr . F.A. Loeffel, fect mtny people:::::: Boone, 91, died at 3:3,3 a.m.U.K, researcher, weed con- Changes in the federal So- Tuesday at the Ohio County trol, Prof. J.F. Freemanp cial Security Program af- MRS. GEORGE M. AUTRY Res Home where she had U.K. agronomist; breeding ect a variety of people, Hartford- Mrs. Maudle been a pa:ien,: sinze June. for efficiency, Loeffel; loft- and not just those over the G.E. FUQUA Dundee-G.E. Fuqua, 74, of Lee Autry, 61, Rt. 2, Horse She as bo:n Jam 8, 1875 ging problems, C.E. Wyatt age of 65. Louisville, died at his home Branch, died at 12:15 a.m. in Centertown, and a: a U.K. area agronomist. For instance, young peo- Friday at the Ohio County life-long resident of Ohio A. J. Ullstrup, Purdu ple whose parents are eli- on Friday. Hospital following a short County. She was a member University, plant patholo-- gtble for retirement or dis- He was born and raised illness, of Rockport Methodist University, Plant patholo-ability benefits may now i in Ohio County and was a She was born in Ohio Church. gist, opens the afternoon receive Social Security be- member of the Dundee Ma- County, Nov. 14, 1904, and Surviving are her hus-session with a talk on plant nefits up to the age of 22 I sonic Lodge. He is survived by his wid- had lived here all her life. band, John Boone of Echols, lodging followed by a talk if they are full time students Mrs. Autry was a member a son, Paul Bogne of Det- on insect problems by Dr. an:l not married. ' ow, Maggie Fuqua. of the Old Salem Baptist rot, Mich.; fivegrandchil - Bobby Pass, U.K. entomo- Other changes are: Ji The body was brought to Church. dren and two great-grand-logist. Dr. W.G. Duncan, --Widows of workers coy- the "Duke Funeral Home in Surviving are her husband, ch21dren; a sister, Mrs. U.K agronomist, will talk ered by Social Security can Dundee on Monday morning, George W. Autry, a son, Euna Reed of Texas. on new theories on corn now start drawing benefits where funeral service's were Raymond L., and a daugh- The body is at the Cecil growth, development and at age 60. conducted at 1 p.m. Monday ter, Mrs . Loretta Morris, hinn Funeral Hum% Mc yild --People who are past 72 by the Rev. Palmer Young, both of Horse Branch; three Henry, where friends my ill be attending this do not have to have as many pastor of South .Louisville grandchildren, Carolyn Aut- call. . meeting and will have room 'quarters of coverage asfor- Christian Church. Masons ry, Sarah Morris and George for five or six farmers to merly, but they still need acted as pallbearers and MorrlJt and two sisters, .... ' ......... ride with me. This will to have some. burial was in Oakwood Ce- Mrs. Mom!e Petty of Hart- Sg]tl be a meeting well worth your --Effective Jan. I, 1966 meteryinHarto,d, ford and Mrs. RubyMorris  { l&" hs[,h el Ly time to attend if you are a a person can earn up to of Centert0n. ' corn producer. If you will $1,500 and still draw htsfull Funeral rvices were at call the Extension Office Social Security Payments. 2 p.m. Sunday in the Birk- (298-3623) and let the sec- The figure was formerly head Funei: Home. The retary know you want to at- $ 1,200. 1903 Oldsmobile Rev. Ernest Griffin will of- tend. I'll see that trans- --Workers covered by So- ficiate. Burial was in Mc t,,, portaUon"is provided, ctal Security now can draw HENRY M. PIRTLE "dy National Farm Machinery disability payments if they mob:.le, and has a one-cylinder News has been received Cord Cemetary. eee Show:::::::: are disabled for 12 curiae- This is something that you don't see cooled engine. Belonging to " here of the death of Henry I , M. Pirtle, 85, of Montgom- MRS.ANNIE FIRu'SSELL An exhibit of experimental cutlve m3nths. Formerly running around very often. The auo- W,LIs of Lou'tsville, a bro: farm machinery and other ey had to be permanently mbile pictured above, is a 1903 Old s- of H. E. Allen, of Ho:se Branch. i cry, "Ala., vho died at 11: Rockport, Ky. -Mrs. An- equipment will be a feature usabldd: 45 a.m. Friday at a hospi- hie Frances Russell, 85, tal there, widow of John Russell, ded of the National Farm Ma- A person who was turned chtnery Show Feb. 15-19 at down for disability payments Teague reported. Pirtle is the brother of at noon Tffsday, auary If the pressure differen-the valleys nearby at Mrs. J. D. Stewart of Ow- 18, at the MuhlenbergCm- the Kentucky Expsition under the old provision Local county health de- tial is great, even over a speed. Center in Louisville. " should ask to have his case partments will be utilized short distance, winds, and This speed, or wind ensboro. Other survivors munity Hospital, Greenville, Agricultural engineers re-examined, in the new program to work probably stiff ones, are sure city, causes heavy wi i include his widow, Mrs. Su- after a long illness, from the University of Ken- Detailed information on with the medical san Mary Pirtle; two sons, She was a native of Muh- profession, to be encountered. That the incline is W. H. and Harry M. Pirtle lenbeTg County, was bor tucky and Purdue Univer- these points can be ob- educate the public, mail test means for all practical pur- the lines (or not sity, Lafayette, Ind., will rained from your SocialSe- samples into laboratories poses, that the top of the close Jr., both of Montgomery, Feb. 27, 1880. She had been together--thei three daughters, Mrs. E.J. a resident of Rockport fo be at the exhibit c0ntinu- curry Office. and process test reports, great layer  of gases sur- wind will flow more Phibbs Jr., of Raleigh, N.C., the last 30 years. I I "If we can provide testing rounding the earth is ex- ly, down a more gr Mrs. J.E. Elgin and Mrs. Mrs. Russell was for the indigent, near in- tremely hilly, so that air incline at the top of the Ro :i Cancer J. D. VanFleet, both of Mont- daughter of the late than ciouDled with the help digent and medically indi- rushes from high peaks into er of gas above you. gomery; two other sisters, and Sarah WhangerCoolidge of various Federal grants gent, then I'm very hope- 3o, Mrs. R. D. Nelson, Jack- She was a member of the and we are exploring ways ful that women who can af- ' carl son, Mich., Mrs. T. P. Car- Rockport Baptist Church. Your own ,0,.,, as we,, Detection to achieve the best match- ford to have the testing done son, Hartford. Surviving are a daughter, es the other fellow's, de- ing money ratio" he added, will see their family phy _ Services were held at 2:30 Mrs. Alma Durham of Rock- mends the dimming of At a recent meeting with sicians on their own p.m. Sunday at Leak-Memo- port; three grandchildren; your lights so you won't r"r"-am Dr. Tea&me, the state Cancer initiative," Teague said. ry Chapel at Montgomery. t wo great-grandchildren ; blind an oncoming driver. Advisory Coordinating Corn- "We don't know what can- Burial was in the Memori- three sisters, Mrs. Matt/e ff he can't see, he might mittee recommended and en- es cancer. It's origin is' dorsed the pegram, saying'still only a matter of al Cemetery there. Barnes of Romulus, Mich., hit you. Kentucky's Department of "it would be a very im- speculation. However, if HS 2 ]-lealth plans to begin a new portant step forward in say- we can detect and pretext cancer detection program ing the lives of cancer needless deaths we'll have // for women with the help victims." The committee gained one more victory in of a $270,000 budget item is composed of physicians the battle to conquer the now being corl.sidered by the from around the state disease. State legislature. Dr. Russell Teague, Com- appointed by the Kentucky -,. Medical Association because Hardly any chruch needs ii}!!iii missioner of Health, said of its interest in cancer con- a n y particular individual, !i that 240 Kentucky women die trol. but there are few individuals each year of cancer of the "Cancer of the cervix is who d6 not need a church. cervix, no respecter of age although ,   .ii!!i]i!i!iiiiiii!iiiii! "T h e s e a r e n e e d l e s s the incidence of disease is  i! deaths which culdhave been higher in lder wmen wh F H- Hello ond Top Work prevented byearlydetection have borne children," lrOW: O and treatment,." Dr. Teague Teague said. "One young /r said. mother, 23 years old, was The legislature wouldpro- tested and found to have the [ jr---j;--- " EV00p/Job  vide for a statewide cer-disease."  How fastthedollarsgothesedays. But " on ' E vital cytology program, ad- For several years, cancer is one way to control expense and get cahead. _J ministered by the State Health Departmeflt andcoor- activities In Kentucky have What is the significance of Pay by check. I/ r t centered arund the cl- the clseness f the lines -- t =.-I dinated by local county health' lection of cancer statistics, on weather maps? Knowing where your money goes enables Sharp, hard-selling mailing pieces, ex- / departments, the commis- . , ...... ., a biopsy testing program When the lines on the you to apply the brakes and that's a step in p i 0 uisitel rinted weddin invitations and ............ for the indigent on a con- w her " " "r i n fo " "! q YP g The testing is a simple ......... eat map m your news- the right d, ecto r sawng money. Try d. rep J " tract Dams win rplvam taD- , . . . , //2 ,, painless procedure and ...... , .... . ^. .... ,^;.^, paper are.close together ' . the   social stationery...whateveryou neea,j...i   l//f'-av would provide for testing u.u..= ,,u.=u,-,,,,,,, ( these lines are isobars) .... l a, , ,j acuvmes urgmg persons to O " /'!'J--_-' 40,000 welfare recipients - ...... thatmeanspressurechanges T lllPlllt tllPld You I \\; \\; get exarmnatlons zrom uoc i O we can print it expert y. ,J'."1 and medically-indigent per- , .... .... , ........ .zoon; are great. Isobars are mer- /I I /I1/I I I ;iel li,e i llfl!he wo ] -- ' sons who could not afford .............. ely lines connecting points ...... iUsine ,- ...... ::, oz cancer s aanger xg,ax. K b t ,n .I[II[H/ to pay for the testing, he .......... on the map whzch have re- Centertown, F, emuc y Usme  r said _ in. spring ot .lOa, me ported the same barometric .. ---. '' ;:: " :: :: ,, " Healm uepartment began as- x ; Free estimates on any print. 'I'-. This figure could be more ........ . ........ ,.^_,. pressure. ,\\; | :  .... ,.. ..... Andy Anderson -,I Cecil P. Taylor : e in lob we do for you. Corn- ' , , ,. ,. ' , ,, ,, officers with a pilot cer- I ................. "- ---:, President '1 Cashier i ...... :::;:;::i ............ vital cytology program. 1 ARE, .... \\; I KaOlO ulspalcgeo/tuCK I ....... ,C. C. HARDW . , , ] , m hare our tow, low prwes- %- i. / . . . , . . ! in one tour-cotl.jty area in 'i ""P  #1"1-1  i  | I   - ire[ /IIICEJ'fVl Itl Appalachia, one health?f- ]I'I:I'U t I:I:U %../.] Directors |  ricer tested 300 women zor , . , , R T Baker z _ I ItOTPOINT It00edis,as00 o, 2osus-,00 , JohnStenberg ." .'. _ l ! = PARAGON PRESS J Customers ]pect cases: nine proved :. totaJamt.s William l Brown AnyAnersn ] CENTRAL CITY, KENTUCKY ] _..L.a.._.._ J malignant. All nine patlents, ] , ' ] _ ,n a I  I who would have dled if their ,. .... ! ] " " 00'[JAr00700C, IRI//glM[00 00PPJI00Nfl[[ conditions were not dia- ', o.w ,, Banking Hours: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. THE OHIO COUNTY w e re ted and are' 'FIIIi FEED , tRO' ] R Your Pklm Nnsp4 1111-k0 I t, al re o ornulot I alive today, .sag ax . , -d ROOFG , nt.__.., ..*, a "" ........ I OP, L[O ! orAllO[. I Certvcal cancer took the , u, . , r'rzu. ,'o:-"e,"o [z.....,. d lives of l,t,O00 women across ' 298-3791 ', CIRCULARS CATALOGS DISPLAYS BUSINESS CARDS e i  the country last year, Dr , Hartford .... =- ....... , ] mm