As I See It Article about Wilson Stewart and his passing.
portion the is very 'older by and hole hernias When usually gastric lower nor- in it and by a in some into results lower cause meals, It is standing. be antiacid or food. the the Then spicy lower become causing soUO caus* botM Â· tow stay As I See It To The Editor: ^Funeral services were conducted Tuesday,, January 19, for a pioneer citizen of North Corbin, Ky., at Vankirk Funeral Home, for Wilson Stewart, 86, who at the. time,of his .death was' retired merchant from-Stewart's Super Market, , which he established over 60 years ago. Stewart suffered as reported a stroke or heart attack at his a few days ago,'and removed to SEK Baptist Hospital at Corbin, where he passed away, Sunday 7:30 a.m., which marked the end of public life for, a man Of the generation of the'old order. Stewart was recognized for his political career'reaching over a period of 60 years, serving the Democrat party and at the precinct level as an Officer. He was also a charter Member of Jefferson-Jackson Club.' He had the individual characteristics of the late Senator Alben W. Barkley,, bearing the feature of his face. He served several years as a member of Laurel County School Board. The last political'document placed in his hands were declaration filing for two Candidates on the Democrat ticket, December 16 of last year for his Notarized signature. It is reported, that Stewart sold Colonel Harland Sanders, the well-known man for Kentucky Fried Chicken, the lot on which stands the first established Restaurant by Sanders at North Corbin. Stewart was a former farmer note, having a farm In Indiana and in Laurel County, Ky. At time of his passing he was connected with the Company of Willis and Stewart, registered as the Corbin Realty Company. For a number of years Stewart was active with Civic groups for community Imftrovementi. He was a Kentucky Colonel, t Baptist aMI a MMOT. as of , . MSI Â«r Urn ttretfft We a* to W. I.YT.KL.WILUS