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Thursday, August 29, 1974
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A 16 I'HE COIRIER-JOURNAL, THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1974 Holleiibaeh apologizing lo Jaycees TIME TO SEE THE DOCTOR a mm r REGULAR SIZE V f DIAMOND "LADY SCOTT" " ' DIAL SOAP ALUMINUM F01L f FACIAL tihk Rx VISCOUNT-PMCCD PRESCRIPTIONS CAN HE LP i one reason why we fill over i ffir i 12 x25- f"T H ff i f P I (?) 1 LllMIT2 I LIMIT 1 i I 1 'j discount price U p L,MIT 1 cL-Z3 J I 3 DAYS ONLY rl( 3 DAYS ONLY 3 DAYS ONLY AQUA NET f "FREEZER PLEEZER" V,, ll I hair spray i f TWIN POPS 1 1 ANACIN 1 w.wu prescriptions a day! PRICES GOOD THRU SAT. AUG. 31, 1974 COPYRIGHT 1974 SUPER X DRUGS Johnson & Johnson U-wl Mm TP II Cotton. Vcoii Twin 1 . w Swabs l,Mn & U i:t pack of nL-j u U III Rapid Shave I i oi. can. II' Lime, Regular or Menthol II Pepto Bismol (ni By BILL BILLITER Courier-Journal Political Editor Following a flap over his partisan speech before the Kentucky Jaycees at Paducah last Saturday, Jefferson County Judge Todd Hollenbach is sending out letters of apology to those who attended the session. Hollenbach was booed and jeered Saturday night when he delivered a speech to the Jaycees that sharply criticized Republican U. S. Sen. Marlow Cook and urgpd support of Cook's Democratic rival, Gov. Wendell H. Ford. Hollenbach was invited by the Jaycees to make a nonpolitical talk about "Pride in America." He was a substitute for Ford, who was unable to attend. Republican Cook was at the Paducah banquet of the state Jaycees, and he also spoke. Cook told the Jaycees he didn't intend to get into a partisan debate with Hollenbach. Cook received a standing ovation. In a telephone interview from his home in Covington, Kentucky Jaycees state president Dan Mangeot called Hollen-bach's partisan speech "an unfortunate situation." "The overriding problem was that we were not there to hear political speeches," said Mangeot. "We advised him (Hollenbach) to be nonpolitical, but there may have been a misinterpretation on his part." In a separate interview yesterday, Hollenbach said his partisan speech resulted from "misinformation." "I regret that misinformation on my part caused the content of my remarks to be in discord with the theme of the Jaycees' summer board meeting (at Paducah), and I feel I owe a personal apology to every Jaycee and his wife who attended, not for what I said, because I will not recall the truth, but for the circumstances under which the statements were made," Hollenbach said. Noting that Cook on Tuesday had demanded that Gov. Ford apologize to the Jaycees for the incident, Hollenbach accused Cook of trying to blow the issue out of proportion and "exploit the Kentucky Jaycees." "If there was a sin on my part (at the Paducah meeting of the Jaycees), it was a sin of omission," said Hollenbach. "I don't think it is nearly as bad as the sin of commission by Jlarlow Cook in trying to exploit the Kentucky Jaycees." Hollenbach spoke from a prepared text at the Paducah banquet. He said yesterday that Gov. Ford did not know what was in the speech. In his speech, Hollenbach blasted Cook, who sat a few feet away. Hollenbach linked Cook to the Nixon administration's sale of wheat to Russia and for shortages of feed grain, beef cattle and soybeans. "Everybody here worries about the high cost of living," Hollenbach told the Jaycees. "Well, somebody better worry because our senior senator hasn't." Hollenbach's attack on Cook produced a scattering of booes and angry clanking of dishes by some of the Jaycees. On Tuesday, Cook told the Lexington Herald that Ford should "apologize to all the Jaycees in Kentucky" for Hollenbach's politicaf speech. Cook also said the governor should repudiate Hollenbach "and his performance, which was the ultimate in partisanship." About 600 persons attended the session at Paducah, according to Mangeot. He verified that Hollenbach had contacted him and expressed an intention to write the Jaycees letters of apology. Cjl School Value Pack- (Tp h Filler PrHlPr fen m Bic 5$) -AO ierraper m m Banana 6dnJ 2. .. fnu Antacid V U-U4, aaaar Ban Roll On Deodorants Wire Bound Spiral Notebook? n I S U VlTTlrzJ Child's Plastic H-1 )?r Sm Lunch Kit fl29 ""fe j.. .,-- I EPlT'nP carrying case with Thermo carrier, y 1.99 I if Sine-Aid Tablets Artista Box of 24 Water Reg-1 0 II O) 3 pocket portfolio complete f J I 99 " with wire-bound theme pad. ftt lP5l 3 pocket portfolio complete with wire-Douno tneme pad. 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Alice Lloyd College plans to establish an environmental education center in Knott County. William Weinberg, director of the college's Appalachian Learning Laboratory, said a site is now being selected, probably off-campus. It will provide education in the environment to elementary, high school and college students as well as to area residents, he said. Weinberg envisions the center being run jointly by the college and community. Plans for the center include a community farm and a water reservoir. Weinberg said the center would use wind, water and possibly solar energy to generate its own electricity. He said a greenhouse, a fish farm, a nursery and a vineyard might eventually be a part of the center. 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