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... o.,o TIMES Yea Im Im HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JUNE 22, 1972 6 REPERTOIRE By Wellington Matthews Prophet Of Doom If you haven't figured it out as yet, the answer to last weeks riddle was--The whale (or great fish) which swallowed Jonah. The Lord had told Jonah to go to Nineveh and cry against it, for it was a very wicked city. Jonah didn't have the stomach for the job, so he went to Joppa and caught a boat going to Tarshish. It was on this trip that a storm arose which resulted in Jonah's being cast into the sea and swallowed by the whale. Now Jonah was a prophet of doom and disaster but he was a reluctant one. It sometimes seems that some of our prophets of doom today are anything but reluctant. We are constantly warned about such things as over-population, a coming shortage of oxygen, unsafe foods, the youth rebellion and that we are becoming a nation of drug addicts. It is interesting to examine some statements recently made by, Congressman Phillip M. Crane (R. Ill.) as to overpopulation, he says that the birth rate in this country has dropped continuously since 1955, and is now at its lowest rate in our history. That air samples takeh by the National Science foundation at 78 sites around the world and corn- .pared with samples taken 62 years ago show the same oxygen content in the air today as there was in 1910 - 2.95 percent. Scientists say that the mercury content in tuna fish is actually less today than it was in fish caught and processed in American factories in 1928. Regarding the youth rebellion he says that a recent Gallup Poll shows that the views of teenagers today coincide almost identically with adults on almost every lssue covered. Where there was a difference of opinion the youngsters tended to be more conservative. The most amazing statement he made was that there were more Americans addicted to drugs in the 1800's than there are today. According to a recent American Psychiatric Assn. report the percentage was hi'gher and-- what's more surprising--the numbers were higher too, even though our population has increased considerably. Maybe, just maybe, Jonah's whale should swallow some of our modern prophets of doom. Real Estate Transfers John T. and Delcie P. Stewart, Michigan, and Kenneth M. and Martha M. Stewart, Louisville, gran- tors to Kenneth F. and Veronica J. Curtis of Beaver Dam grantees, 2 lots or parcels of land in the Stewart Acres Subdivision located on the old Dixon Ferry Rd. and Ky. Hwy. 69. Green River Valley Developers, Inc., a Ky. Corp. of Beaver Dam, grantors to K. J. and Marjorie Fuqua, of Beaver Dam, grantees and The Hartford Bank and Trust Co., a Banking Corp., of Hartford, part of the third part, certain lots or parcels of land in the Twin Hills Sub. of Beaver Dam. Elizabeth and Basil Keown, of Beaver Dam, Fred and Eloise Stenberg of Centertown, John P. and Virginia Stenberg of Cen- tertown, Thelma and Darrell Taylor of Beaver Dam, Margaret Parks, widow of Beaver Dam and Lucille and Howard Pat- terson, Beaver Dam, grantors to Wendell and Nelda Daniel, Centertown, grantees, one house and lot in Cecntertown, grantees, one house and lot in Cen- tertown. Faye Martin, widow of Hartford, grantor to Lewis M. and Sadie M. Williams, Beaver Dam, grantees, a certain tract or parcel of land together with all im- provements in Ohio County. Lewis M. and Sadie M. Williams, Beaver Dam, grantors to Faye Martin, Hartford, grantee, a certain tract or parcel of land together with all im- provement in Beaver Dam. da,ac ,.. lvlyti, widow of Beaver Dam, grantor to Green River Valley Div., Inc., a Ky. Corp. of Beaver Dam, grantee, 2 certain tract or parcels of land on Goshen Road in Beaver Cam. Fred and Ruth Heflin, Beaver Dam, Harold and Mary Gwen Heflin of Beaver Dam, Myrtle and Willie Black of Beaver Dam, Helen and Lawrence Cook of Knoxville, Tennessee, Gaynell and Eugene Warren, of Indiana, In- diana, grantors to Claude and Betty West, Beaver Darn, grantees one certain tract or parcel of land on Central Avenue and 8th St. in Beaver Dam and in the Jarnigan Addition to Beaver Dam. Richard Daugherty, a single man, Cromwell, grantor to Airy Daugherty, Cromwell, grantee, all of his right, title and interest to property in Ohio County. Hoover and Virginia Johnson, Reynolds Station, Iva and Carl Bratcher, Aberdeen, Ky., Marvin and Nona Johnson, Whitesville, Stanley and Mary Johnson, Owensboro, Verua Dean and Homer Sapp of Dundee, Ruby and Olan Rogers of Fordsville, Juanita and Estil Royal, Fordsville and Nova and Odie St. Clair of Whitesville, parties of the first part and Eugene and Alanna Ralph of Fordsville, property in Ohio County. W.D. and Mercedes Gentry, Beaver Dam, grantor to Billy Ray and Anna C. Kimbree, of Riesel, Texas, grantees, one tract or parcel of land in the Old Mercer in Ohio County. Ohio County Court News Carl Jesse Byrd, reckless driving, plea of guilty $10, cost $25, paid $35. Steven Ray Hall, reckless driving, plea of guilty $10, cost $25, paid $35. Jerry M. Jones, speeding, pkea of guilty $10, cost $18, fine suspended, paid $18. Clifford Bremer McKinney, improper passing, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, paid $28. Jerry W. Baize, public drunk, plea of guilty $10, cost $25, paid $35. Gilbert Louis Gough, driving while intoxicated, plea of guilty $10, cost $20, paid $120. Thomas Claude Colburn Sr., public drunk, plea of guilty $10, cost $25, paid $45. Charles Edward Johnson, public drunk, plea of guilty $20, cost $25, paid $45. Freddie Thomas Pharris, driving while intoxicated, plea of guilty $100, cost $20, paid $120. Kenneth Ray Doolin, speeding, plea of guilty $100, cost $13, paid $113. Robert Ray Harvey, reckless driving, plea of guilty $100, cost $20, paid $120. Evelyn Delaney Tichenor, speeding in restricted zone, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, both fine and court cost suspended. James McStoots, disor- derly conduct, plea of guilty, given 10 days at hard labor, 8 days probated. Keith D. Pettit, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, fine suspended, paid $18. Clarence Smith, Jr., driving while intoxicated, refused test, plea of not guilty, trial set for July 7, 1972, released on $500 bond. Tommy Colburn, public drunk, plea of guilty $100, cost $20, and 30 days in jail. Bruce Marion Elms, driving while intoxicated, plea of guilty $100, cost $20, made Replevin bond. Buck Moran, public drunk, plea of guilty $20, cost $25, made Replevin Bond. Tommy Maggard, speeding amended to 75 m.p.h, plea of guilty $40, cost $18, paid $58. Abe Roger Fossom, Jr., Speeding amended to 85 m.p.h., plea of guilty $15, cost $18, paid $33. Darrell E. Jamison, speeding, plea of guilty $15, cost $18, paid $33. John Milton Keyser, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, paid $28. James Henry Warner, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, fine suspended, paid $18. Dorothy Henderson, worthless check, plea of guilty $10, cost $25, fine suspended, paid $25. Bobby Glen Griffin, speeding amended to 75 m.p.h., plea of guilty $40, cost $18, paid $58. John C. Ballard, improper passing, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, paid $28. John M. Kessenberg, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, fine suspended, paid $18. Arthur Edward Snyder, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, fine suspended, paid $18. Dennis Wayne Dement, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, paid $28. Trena Willoughby, being dangerous to herself and other, plea of guilty, sent to Western St. Hospital. Don Phillips, disorderl3 conduct, plea of guilty $10. cost $25, paid $35. John E. Mahler, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, paid $28. James Carden, driving while intoxicated, plea of guilty $100. cost $20 and 10 days in jail, paid $120. James Carden, public drunk, plea of guilty, given 20 days in jail and court cost. both days and court cost suspended. James Carden, driving with no operators license, plea of guilty, given 20 days in jail, suspended on con- dition hc not drive until license are obtained. Charles William Wheet, fraudently concealing or removing mortgaged property, plea of not guilty, waived to grand jury. James Monroe Gerteison, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, paid $28. James Monroe Gerteison, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, fine suspended, paid $18. Doris Vanada Miles, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, paid $28. Frank A. Mailer, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, fine suspended, paid $18. A.L. Wallace, public drunk, plea of guilty, given 14 days in jail. Wendell Berry, coa- tributing to the delinquency of a minor, plea of not guilty, bond set at $200, trial set July 7, 1972. Robert F. Widner, Jr., disorderly conduct, plea of not guilty, trial set for July 7, 1972. Claude Edward Horn, public drunk, plea of guilty $10. cost $25, paid $35. Ruth D. Claspell, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, paid $28. Asa Louis Hard, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, fine suspended, paid $18. Joe Arch Chapman, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, fine suspended, paid $18. Charles William Wheet, fraudently concealing or removing mortgaged property, plea of guilty $10, cost $25, fine suspended, satisfied complainant, paid $25. Benzell E. Bard, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, fine suspended, paid $18. Howard C. Kirk III, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, fine suspended, paid $18. David A. Kassinger, driving while intoxicated, plea of guilty, given 30 days in jail. David A. Kassinger, no operators license, plea of guilty, given 30 days in jail. Jimmy Chapman, public drunk, plea of guilty $I0, cost $25, laid 3 days out in jail, paid $29. June Moser Parker, speeding, plea of guilty $I0, cost $18, fine suspended, paid $18. Richard Delezen, disorderly conduct, plea of guilty $20, cost $25, fine suspended, paid $25. James Vincent Frey, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, fine suspended, paid $18. Maurice Ervin Siedhoff, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, fine suspended, paid $18. Jackie Kirk, : ssion of dangerous , ; for defendants own use, plea of guilty, probated to Greenriver Comprehensive Care. Douglas W. Abbott, speeding, plea of guilty $14, cost $19, paid $33. Charles Edward Ashby, Sr., ran through red light at intersection 62 and 231, plea of guilty $10, cost $19, fine suspended, paid $19. Paul Phelps, operating on suspended or revoked license, plea of guilty $10, cost $19, $1.00 of fine suspended, paid $28. Johnnie Beatty, reckless driving, plea of guilty $10, cost $26, paid $36. Darrell L. Buxton, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $19, paid $29. Wavy Howard, public drunk, plea of guilty, given 10 days in jail. Coy C. Kaylor, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $19, $1.00 fine suspended, plea of guilty $10, cost $19, $1.00 fine suspended, paid $28. Alton Guy Goodwin, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $26, fine suspended, paid $26. Michael A. Feller, speeding amended to 85 m.p.h., plea of guilty $39, cost $26, paid $65. Michael A. Feller, passed on 2 bridges over yellow line plea of guilty $9, cost $26, paid $35. James R. ,Cadwalader, speeding amended to 85 m.p.h., plea of guilty $39, cost $26, paid $65. James R. Cadwalader, passed on 2 yellow lines, plea of guilty $9, cost $26, paid $35. Mike Jones, reckless driving, plea of not guilty, trial set for August 4, 1972, released on $500 bond. Thomas Laws, reckless driving, plea of guilty, trial set for August 4, 1972. JUST GOOD B UYS Simple, Straight Money- Saving Deals On Top Shape Used Open Nights Till Seven -- Come In And Shop SPECIAL THIS WEEK 1970 Buick Riviera Factory Air Con- ditioned, H) Transmission, Power Steering And Brakes, All Glass Tinted, White Tires, Gold With Black Vinyl Top - Very PRICED TO SELL AT 83395 SPECIAL THIS WEEK 1970 Buick Skylark 2 Dr. Hardtop, V-8 Engine, Automatic Transmission, Power Steering, Radio, White Tires, 2 Tone Paint, One Owner. 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