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I ''I'rrwG 1 i nont communities Aoviinsus wim ruvJi IHIMS rVf elb ISotwl Shelbyville Kentucky 40065 Thursday November 9 1967 OLDEST ESTABLISHED WEEKLY NEWSPAPER OUNDED 1840 VOL CXXVII NO I 24 PAGES IN THIS ISSUE Moment of Decision Two Killed in jf reak Wreck couple of very typical ATORSf PLANTERS XT JS IB on Supper Marks 38 Years of leaching are members of the idelis Class of the irst Baptist Church The members and According to State Police the thieves removed an air condi tioner unit from the roof and entered after which they used a ladder to the lounge below the coupons carried in this and next Mrs Kendall and Mrs Dear ner were both members of the Cropper Christian Church Mrs Dearner for several years had been an employee in the school cafeteria at Cropper Double funeral services were held at 2 pm Monday from Hall Taylor uneral Home by the Rev Paul James pastor of the Cropper Christian Church Burial was in Grove Hill Ceme tery According to State Police a car in which the occupants were riding was headed south at a low rate of speed during a rain when the driver lost control on a curve and the vehicle ran off the roadway Under an The Job Training all unem ployed and some underemploy ed without skills who are in terested in bettering them selves and thus help their fa milies should get in touch with the aides in the various HOST offices in their county or any member of the Board of Di rectors of HOST Mrs Dearner is survived by her husband ount Dearner Cropper a daughter Mrs Stewart Kendall Louisville a son William Edward Dearner Manchester nine grandchild ren and two great grandchild ren a brother loyd Payton Pleasureville A freak automobile accident resulted in the death of two persons at 6 pm last riday night five miles south of Bag dad on Highway 395 Two other people escaped injury The stolen merchandise was found locked in a car and was identified by Riester as that stolen from their store SENTINEL Page 12 of the first section contains the coupons of 12 of the participating firms and other coupons may be found in the advertisem*nts of the stores involved Winners do not have to be present to win but will be notified by phone The drawings in each of the firms will be held on the afternoon of Saturday Nov 18 Winners will receive a gift certificate from the firm and redeem it at the grocery or supermarket in dicated thereon ull details are carried on page 12 Pallbearers were Roy Rice Cecil Payton Hubert Payton Pay ton loyd Hughes and Woodrow Payton Miss Meme Greenwell daughter of Mr and Mrs Ri chard Greenwell was crowned Queen of the CKC at halftime ceremonies preceding the con ference's championship game Monday night at Somerset if teen of the 18 members were represented in the competition Miss Greenwell was also elected Homecoming Queen and Tobacco estival Queen this fall Randy Head of 113 AltonRoad is the second two time winner in the fourth an nual football contest James Hardin New Councilman HOST in cooperation with the schools is again requesting fe deral funds to operate a pro gram during the summer of 1968 The HOST Community Action Committee met last week at the local headquar ters building the old High Street school and formulated a number of plans for the late fall and winter In connection with Christmas the Committee plans an exten sive campaign to provide toys for impoverished children in this area Two Women Run Over When Thrown from Car Shoppers may register as many times at as many of the 16 firms as they wish as long as tneir entries are made Nine vending machines were badly damaged and all the money taken from them It is believed the trio went to South ville early Sunday morning An attempt was made to prize the door on the Edgar Skelton Store but Mr Skelton heard the noise and they were frightened away kins and Arthur Day all of Louisville had been arrested in connection with the break in and had confessed they had entered the store early the night before A stock of cigarettes a num ber of clocks electric lamps and a quantity of underwear were taken A break in occurred at the Shelbyville inishing Co on Highway 55 sometime Monday night MITCHELL WINS Shelbyville attorney Ralph Mitchell scored an easy victory in his bid for the 58th District seat in the State Legislature Mit chell former judge of Shelby County outpolled Republican Robert Han sen by 2702 votes In Shelby County he gained 3166 votes to 1511 and in Henry Coun ty it was Mitchell 2194 to 1003 ATLAS DEEATED The biggest local sur prise was the defeat of 1st man Atlas by James Hardin Hardin a Gen eral Electric employee who lives on 1st Street whipped Atlas by a threc to one margin 81 votes to 27 Hardin had the sup port of the Shelbyville Volunteer iremen who fell out with Atlas more than a year ago over his handling of the fire de partment Atlas was first elected to the council in 1959 Dn i rr Tiv wio 1 riziliirtr a di uvipauug iiiiiio inviuuc Smith McKenney Shelby Motor Co Prescription Shop Hall Davis Mark Scearce Briggs Hower Lincoln Ler man Shelby Supply Goodman Bros Rains Davis urni ture The Cherry Shop Wickes Grocery and Shelby Co Locker Those who i i in cluded Linda Swigert Mrs Wil liam ields Herbie Kays Billy Crombie Nathan Moberly Sherley Wood Mrs Dorothy HOST is Placing Job Trainees Minor ire Hits loral Hall Mrs Anna Dearner Kendall 46 330 Crestwood Drive Madi son Ind and her mother Mrs Shirley Payton Dearner 71 Cropper were killed instantlv as the vehicle ran over them when thrown from the car Mr and Mrs Stanley Kendall Mrs Dearner and Dale Kendall son of Mr and Mrs Kendall were en route to Danville to at tend the wedding of Miss Ethel Chumbley and Wayne Kendall which was to take place at Har rodsburg Mr and Mrs Kendall and Mrs Dearner were occu pants of the front seat and Stanley Dale Kendall was the only occupant of the back seat He and Mr Kendall escaped injury According to information they entered Store in Spen cer County early Sunday morn ing and were apprehended by Mr White while in his store One more person is believed to have escaped Shelbyville and Shelby County voters turned out in average to heavy numbers depending upon the precincts in election There was a scarcity of poll workers and little on the part of those who were there The atmos phere was relaxed as indicated by these photos taken at a polling points Laundry at 10th and Washington was entered some time Saturday night or Sunday morning but would be thieves failed in an attempt to remove the money from a co*ke machine The North Seventh Street Ashland Oil Service Station was entered sometime Satur day night A chewing gum ma chine was taken $1200 in money and a box of cold checks The home of Mr and Mrs Herbert Kelly on Snow Hill was entered by thieves sometime between Sunday School and Church on Oct 29 while mem bers of the family were away from home Three guns a shot gun over 100 years old shunt ing coat and guncleaner were taken Sometime during the week a saddle and bridle were taken from the Shelby County air grounds The turkeys grade A USDA inspected birds averaging 10 to 12 lbs each are being offered as an expression of their ap preciation for their patronage by the businesses concerned The HOST COMMUNITY AC TION office is located in the High Street School HighStreet Phone No 633 2724 in charge of Mrs Margaret Tingle Mrs Helen Thomas Mrs Ann Pat terson and Mrs Martha Mason Threlkeld A Brewer Cam Ballard Lillian Bryant Jimmie Adams Hubert Briscoe Peggy Catlett Osborne Stivers Ar thur Mickey Marian Crouch Mrs Bur jett Harrod Mrs Tho mas Ritter Mrs Edith Robert son Edwin Orem Wallace Hance Mike Meeks Mrs Cas sandra Veech Mrs Leslie Bailey and Mrs Tom Briscoe Sixteen Shelbyville and Shelby County firms are giving away free Thanksgiving turkeys in cooperation with THE SHELBY SENTINEL Possible training positions leading to permanent jobs are going a begging in our 4 co unty area according to an an nouncement by HOST COM MUNITY ACTION which Henry Oldham Shelby and Trimble counties Surviving Mrs Kendall are her husband Stanley Kendall Madison Ind: three sons Wayne Kendall Bowling Green Terry Glen and Stanley Dale Madison Ind her father ount Dearner Cropper a sister Mrs Stewart Kendall Louis ville a brother William Ed ward Dearner Manchester The floral hall at the Shelby County airgrounds was da maged by fire at 10:30 am Monday One wall of the build ing and a post 6 or 8 feet from the wall were damaged The alarm was turned in to the City ire Department by Marshall Long who was passing and saw the blaze Meme Greenwell Crowned Queen Head Start Will Operate In 1968 All 6 school systems in the HOST area operated summer Head Start Programs in 1967 More than 330 girls and boys received an extra boost up to the first step of the educational ladder Randy Head Is ootball Winner The Shelbyville High School senior just missed hitting the $300 jackpot last week when he picked 18 of 21 games He was the only entry to miss just three games Ann Smith of 912 Clay Street was second and Benton Miller of 605 Washington third Each missed only four games as did Cecil VanNatta of Shelbyville Miss Smith said Kentucky would win oy seven points while Mil ler predicted a six point loss VanNatta said the Wildcats would lose by 13 Kentucky tri umphed over West Virginia 22 7 SIMPSONVILLE BOARD Confusion exists follow ing the elections to the Board of Trustees of Simpsonville Two incum bents have apparently lost and there may have to be a run off to deter mine who the fifth mem ber of the five man board may be Jim Wallace and LaMarr Nutt each got 36 votes Roy Richey and Phillips 28 and Marvin Harris and Bruce Sween ey 23 Just behind were Bailey Newton with 22 votes and Charles Thorn ton with 21 COOK GETS WRITE IN or constable of the city of Shelbyville Ernest Hawkins got 786 votes and Jim Cook one write in vote Pictured here the teacher Mrs A Weaver entertained with a potluck supper Tuesday night About 50 were present Mrs Weaver has been teaching Sunday School for 38 years The theft was not discovered until 7 am Sunday when Sheriff Waldrldge of Taylorsville called and informed them that three persons Mr and Mrs Janfes Charles Per Several Are Arrested In Connection With The Burglary of inchville Store A break in occurred at Rie Store at inchville Sa turday night or early Sunday morning Both front doors were broken Rash Of Breakins Hit Community Shelbyville Merchants Are Giving Thanksgiving Turkeys A reduced majority for the Democratic standard bearer in Shelby County reflected the statewide scene Tuesday as Republican Louie Nunn of Glasgow became the first Republican in 24 years to win the seat Democrat Henry Ward carried every pre cinct in Shelbyville and Shelby County as he accumulated a 1124 majority over Nunn Con servative Party candidate Christian Glanz re ceived 32 votes Ward received 63 of the votes cast in Shelbyville and 62 of those cast in the county In 1963 Edward Breathitt car ried Shelby County by 1700 votes Ward ran behind the entire ticket His running mate for lieutenant governor Wendell ord polled 3073 votes to Republican Tom 1650 for a majority of 1423 OTHERS DO WELL Other Democrats fared as well Thelma Stovall got a majority of 1584 votes polling 3112 votes to Jack Jenkins 1528 (or State Treasurer Breckin majority for attorney general was 1525 poll ing 3069 votes to Republican Lester 1544 John Green got 2924 votes for state auditor to Clyde 1571 Wendell Butler polled 3017 for sup erintendent of public instruction a majority of 1456 over Douglas Miller who got 1561 votes OTHER RESULTS Burl St Clair received 2994 votes for Commis sioner of Agriculture to Bob 1551 or Clerk of the Court of Appeals James Sutherland got 2959 votes to Republican Dick 1536 a major ity of 1423 or Railroad Commissioner rank Mc Carthy got 2933 voles to Chester 1545 Ward Majority Only 1124 Here IO iSSi mu TMLod iwL L1Em kSKS I jt Wtii MmBl wJI Mf'L''1 eV WD mm 11 kB 1 1 1 i I 'Jl I I I iOSiS Governor Lt Governor State Representative Nunn(R) Ward(D) Ratliff(R) ord(D) Hanscn(R) Mitchell(D) Absentee 26 44 23 48 15 53 Shelbyville 1 90 141 75 132 75 127 Shelbyville 2 73 159 62 152 52 156 Shelbyville 3 82 144 67 151 55 167 Shelbyville 4 204 337 175 350 151 375 West Shelby 139 170 129 173 124 178 Northeast Shelby 193 242 170 258 152 276 Southeast Shelby 194 297 160 326 145 339 Simpsonville 153 216 144 218 132 224 inchville 101 165 89 168 83 169 Smithville 96 111 84 112 83 106 Waddy 75 152 71 158 68 156 Clayvillage 125 283 109 286 98 287 Bagdad 106 214 89 218 89 218 Cropper 119 196 112 189 111 186 Marshall Doaks 102 131 91 134 78 144 TOTALS 1878 3002 1650 3073 1511 3166 Majority 1124 1423 1655.

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