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mi ( in nil i; mm i; l i.oi i n i.r.. m Jury Awards $25,000 In Fatal Crash A Jefferson Circuit Court jury yes terday awarded S25,00() damages over an auto crash that killed three Valley High School students in l!)n'4. The award went to the estate of Kerncy L Robinson Jr., driver of the car and one of those killed. Damages were assessed against Joe S. Ford, 18, of 3fi21 Brondcnwood Drive, and his father, William F. Ford. An attorney for the Robinson estate said an automobile driven by Joe Ford and owned by his father crowded Robinson's car off Dixie Highway near Stephan Drive. While on the gravel strip beside the highway, Robinson lost control of bis car, swerved across the highway median strip and struck a gasoline tanker. Judge Thomas A. Rallnntine Jr., previously had dismissed Texaco, Inc.. owner of the tanker, and its driver, Cecil I). Thompson, as defendants in the action. Robinson, 16, of 13503 llorncastle, and his passengers, John Walker, Ifi, of 9414 Janna Drive, and Ronald Gardner, 16, of 9222 Fenmorc, had attended a basketball game at Valley. Attorneys said no damage suits were filed on behalf of the Walker and Gardner estates as result of the accident. Leprosy Drug Proves Delerrent To Vicl Malaria Auociittd Prtti U.S. Army medical researchers re ported yesterday a major breakthrough in the fight against malaria, next to the Viet Cong the most savage enemy American troops face in Viet Nam. A spokesman for the surgeon general's office said diamino-diphenyi-sulfone (DDS). a drug long used in treating leprosy, was found in Viet Nam field tests to cut in half the number of men stricken by malaria. Soldiers who receive the drug but still come down with the disease should be able to return to duty in two or three weeks, instead of the present six to eight weeks. Chances of a relapse should be slashed from 40 per cent to 4 per cent, the spokesman said. Last year 1.801 U.S. troops were stricken by malaria, with 63.035 man-days lost. The latest complete monthly figures, which fluctuate widely, show that one of every 20 men could expect to be stricken during their one year tour. Stockpiles Are Ready The drug has been approved by the Armed Forces Epidemiological Board and the Food and Drug Administration, the spokesman said. Use of the drug by all U S. troops in danger areas is expected soon. Stockpiles of DDS already are on hand in Viet Nam. The drug is aimed specifically at falciparum, which drugs now in use are virtually helpless to prevent. Falciparum, a severe form of malaria, is restricted to the Vietnamese highlands. A high ranking official in the research section of the surgeon general's office said even though the number of cases should be halved with the use of DDS, the figure still was too high "and we certainly haven't whipped this thing yet." Walter Reed Hospital's Army Institute of Research headed the extensive test project that ended two weeks ago. Industrial Park, Links Petition Is Withdrawn Sptcial lo Tht Courier Journal LEXINGTON, Ky.-Developer Richard Sutherland yesterday withdrew from the Lexington Fayette County Planning Commission a rezoning petition that would have created an industrial park and Lexington's first public golf course. The proposal to create Bluesky Industrial Estates on 118 acres on the Athens-Kooncsboro Road was recommended for disapproval In a preliminary commission report. It was set for a public hearing yesterday, but Sutherland had notified the commission last week that he intend ed to withdraw the request. The commission waived its withdrawal rule in his and another petitioner's cases, thus permitting them to resubmit their proposals without waiting the now-required six months. In its preliminary report, the commission said the proposed site is outside the urban service area, has a questionable water supply and would discharge sewage effluent into an inadequately drained stream. Sutherland's proposal included an industrial park surrounded by an 18 hole championship golf course. He had said memberships would be available to park tenants and that the course would be open to the public as well. He intends to submit his proposal again soon, he said recently. lied Cross Chief Retires LEXINGTON', Ky. (AP)-Miss Julia Gaitskill, executive director of the Lexington chapter of the American Red Cross, will retire June 30. She joined the Red Cross here Oct. 1. 1942. Clarkson Beard, chapter chairman, said Miss Gaitskill "has been utterly tireless in our services. No soldier on furlough, nor worried serviceman's wife, nor any other suppliant for Red Cross aid ever reaches her door too late for help. . . ." AdvMistmpnt - Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With Mora Comfort PASTEETH. i plrasant tilkiillne fnnn.aetril nntvH.ir hnlHi f ka tth trior flrmlv To pat and talk In mnra comfort, Just cprlnklp a I it t 1 b FA3-TKETH on your platr-n. No gummy, Iioocv, paaty tutc or feeling. ChtrkJ ''plate oflor'' (denture breath). Get FABTEETH at any drug counter. Services for John II. Pralhcr, HI. "ill be at 2 p m, Friday at Willisbuig Rap-list Church. Survivors include a son, Clayton I'rather, Louisville The body is at Carev & Son Funeral Home, Springfield. Funeral for George I, Kurrrss of (ireensbiirg, will be held at the Cowherd and Parrot t Funeral Home, Grcensburg. Mrs. ('ail Orten, fi". Dawson Springs, died Thursday. Her husband survives. The body is at Heshear Funeral Home, Dawson Springs. Funeral for Mrs. Marion Roberts, lifi, Frankfort, will be at 2 p .m. Friday at Sullivan Funeral Home. She died Wednesday night at her home. Mrs. Roma K. Smith Boggess, 7!i, died Thursday at Haggin Memorial Hospital, llarrodshu.ru. The body is at Bruner & Sims Funeral Home, llarrodsbuig. Johnny ('. Nance, (ifi, Mortons Gap. died in a llopkinsville hospital Wednesday. Funeral, 10 a.m. Saturday at Reid Funeral Home, Farlington. Harvey Willis, 65. a furniture reproduction man, Columbia, died Thursday at Adair Memorial Hospital. Columbia. His widow, Mrs. Clarice Willis, survives. Funeral, 2 p.m. CST Saturday at Grissom-Maupin Heskanip Funeral Home, Columbia. Louisville Deaths and Funerals Mrs. Herbert V. McCubbins Sr., 54, of 528 E. Wenona. Funeral, 10 a.m. Saturday at O. D. White & Sons Funeral Home, 2727 S. Third. Thomas Louis Mitchell, 73, of 3800 I.cntz. a retired deputy sheriff at the Jefferson County Jail. Funeral. 10 a.m. Saturday at SS. Simon & Jude Catholic Church. 4.335 llazclwood. Mrs. William A. Weiss. 70. of 220 N. Rirchwood. Funeral and burial will be in Crooksv illc, Ohio. Robert L. Barker, 5li. of 170 McCready, a head bookkeeper for Citizens Fidelity Bank & Trust Co. Funeral. 10 a.m. Saturday at Holy Spirit Catholic Church. 3345 Lexington Road. Mrs. Neelye Suminerville, 7(i. of 1K12 Tunisian Way, a native of Biadfordville. Ky. Funeral, 2 p.m. Saturday at Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in Lewisburg, Ky. Mrs. Virginia Pay, of Ouenton. Ky. Funeral. 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Arch L. Ileadv k Son Funeral Home. 1201 E. Oak. (inish al Homier Kills 2 Women FLORENCE. Ky. (AIM Two young women were killed early yesterday as the automobile in which they were riding crashed on a county road here. They were Carol Louise Fisher, 21. Cincinnati, and Lorraine Schrage. 21, Er'.anger. Ky. Kenneth Tuttle. 10, of Florence, driver of the car, was reported in fair condition at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Covington. Outre (lei Library AiI DANVILLE. Ky. (APi -ihe Krcsge Foundation of Detroit has awarded a $25,000 grant to Centre College to help finance the Grace Dohcrty Library, due for completion this fall. The library will cost about $1.6 million. Ranchburger Plotter M FAMOUS RANCHBURGER WITH FRENCH FRIES, COLE SlAW & PICKLE ) v . .-V ft t $ ' f$S s and the BEST CUP OF COFFEE IN TOWN THIS WEEKONIY m Offer good at all Dixie Hgwy., bbively Dixie Hgwy., Valley Sta. Preston at Phillips Ln. Ba'rdstown Rd. at X-Way i mm DRIVE IN TAKE OUT DINING ROOM I Deaths and Funerals in Kentucky Mrs. Mahala Caven Gore, B3, died Thursday at her home in Camphellsville. Her husband, Cyrus 1,. Gore, survives. Funeral. 2 p m. Saturday at I.yon Funeral I Ionic, Camphellsville, Glen A. W'allis, (3, Flizabethtown, died Wednesday at Hardin Memorial Hospital. He was the owner of the Kli.a-bctbtown Wholesale Fruit Co. He is survived by bis wife, Mary; two daughters, Mrs. Richard Colosimo, Cleveland, and Mrs. liobert Ilax'lette of Akron, Ohio; a son, William David W'allis, U.S. Navy, now stationed in Germany, and his father, D". S. W'allis. Funeral, 3 pin, Saturday at Dixon, At wood and Atkins Chapel. Burial, Flizabethtown Cemetery. Jesse II. Wells, 78, Richmond, died Wednesday in Lexington. His widow survives. Funeral, 2 p.m. Friday at the Turpin Funeral Home, Richmond. .Mrs. I. like Rogers, 55, Berea Route 2. died Wednesday at the Gibson Hospital. Richmond. Her husband survives. Funeral, 2 p.m. Friday at the Pilot Knob Baptist Church, Madison County. The body is at Oldham, Roberts & Powell Funeral Home, Richmond. Melissa Sue Kavlor, 5, Berea Route 3, died Wednesday, Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hrebcrt Ka.vlor survive. Funeral, 2 30 p.m. Friday, at the Wray Funeral Home, Berea. Mrs. Freda Mae Thurman, 52. of 271!) Chickasaw. Funeral. 1 p.m. Monday at Mount Ncbo Baptist Church, 420 N. Hite. Mrs. William Cowherd. 78, of 5003 Hopewell Road. Funeral. 2:30 p.m. Sunday at Hopewell Baptist Church near Jef-lersontown. Mrs. Mary Ellen Peak, 82. of 1754 Gaulbert, a native of Hardin County. Funeral, P a.m. Monday at St. George Catholic Church. 18th and Standard. UK (rrnuliii" Leave To Dr. Cawein Special to Tht Couritr-Journal LEXINGTON, Kv.-Dr. Madison Ca- ucin. whose wife was found dead of carbolic acid poisoning last July 3, will begin an indefinite leave of absence from the University of Kentucky July 1. lir. Cawein. a UK .Medical Center hematologist. said he is considering a job with a pharmaceutical firm in New York, but has made no decision He joined the medical center staff in I960. 2 Kniliuhimis (ioini! T Hvmitif'mit'um Merlin Special to Tin Courier Journal FRANKFORT, Ky. - Two Keiitucki ans will take part in a national o't:h conference on natural beauty and conservation Sunday through Wednesday in Washington. They are Martha Nail of Calhoun, pa president of the Kentucky Association of Future Honicmakers. and Terry Ray Carpenter, first vice president of I he Kentucky Association of Future Farmers of America. Topics will include water and air pollution, city henutificalion. parks and open space and conservation education. .Mori'lirai! Sri Kcconl Soocial to Tht Couritr-Journal MORF.IIEAH. Ky-.Morebead State University has a record summer enrollment of 2.101. The previous high was 1.925 in 19H5. 8 Ranch Houses: m laylorsville Rd., J'town V Winkler ot Algonquin Hgwy. 131, Clarksville 1700 E. 10th, Jeff., Ind. Funeral for Joseph II. ('aiitrcll, 54. Ashland, who died Wednesday will be at 10:30 a m. Friday at Gospel Taber- naclc. Ashland. The body is at Miller Funeral Home, Ashland Funeral for Howard Keeling, 72, Wash ington County, will be held at 4 p.m. Friday at Carey Funeral Parlor in Springfield. 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