The Messenger from Madisonville, Kentucky on April 25, 1985 · 2
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Page 2 Rill ill world Missing Around the Nation a oday The Messenger April 25. 1985 J 6 Sarah J. Vignau Me 2049 born 4-24-'82 bducttd...6-22'84 from.. BayikJe, Calif. If you see this child or have information concerning this child please can to! free: 1-800-431-5005 in New York State cad collect 1-914-255-1848 CHILD FIND, INC. P O. Box 277 New Pattz. N Y. 12561 Coleman-Brown CINCINNATI (AP) - A criminologist says be found 23 fingerprints of Alton Coleman and Debra Brown in the suburban Norwood home of beating victim Harry Walters and his slain wife, Marlene. Coleman, 29, and Ms. Brown, 22, both of Waukegan, 111., are Ltuig tried in separate Hamilton County Common Pleas courtrooms on charges of. aggravated murder, attempted aggravated murder and robbery. Caesar testified he found Coleman's prints inside the Walters' camper and on a fragment of Coke bottle, a table and a yellow bicycle. Ms. Brown's prints were found on a coffee cup, the porch, an envelope and a red bicycle, he said. Waste sites WASHINGTON ( AP) - Three Tennessee locations have been selected as the best sites for a $1 billion plant to process, package and temporarily store highly radioactive wastes, congressional sources say. Two of the locations are at Oak Ridge, while the third is at an abandoned nuclear plant site near Hartsville, about 60 miles northeast of Nashville, according to the sources, who asked not to be identified. World vie w Ship sinks LONDON (AP) - A cargo ship carrying 14,000 tons of iron ore sank in the Red Sea today, apparently after hitting a mine, and its crew has been rescued, Lloyds Shipping Intelligence Unit reported. Lloyds spokesman Roger Lowes speculated the suspected mjtae; rha,haye"Deen. One of a series sewn last year in the Red' Sea and the Gulf of Suez which hit and damaged a total of 19 vessels between July 9 and Sept. 20. None was sunk. The 20 crew members were picked up by a Belgian container vessel, Rhein Express, and were taken to hotels in Jidda, Saudia Arabia, said Capt. Ioan-nis Lambrinakis of Commercial Marine Ltd., of Piraeus, Greece. He said the ship's captain reported all the crew seven Greeks, three Sri Lankans and 10 Indians were unhurt. Kohl attacked BONN, West Germany (AP) The West German opposition leader accused Chancellor Helmut Kohl today in Parliament of causing "one embarassment after another" in arranging President Reagan's visit to West Germany next month. Kohl, who shuffled papers on his desk as the opposition figure spoke, had just delivered a speech on domestic policies, without mentioning the U.S. president's May 1-6 visit or the controversy over the planned wreath-laying at a German military cemetery that contains the graves of 47 SS soldiers. Social Democratic faction leader Hans-Jochen Vogel told Kohl it was his fault, not Reagan's, that "dark shadows" have fallen over the visit. Angler AMSTERDAM, Netherlands (AP) Both police and the Dutch underworld made unusual hauls as detectives arrested a man who had stolen hundreds of ladies' garments with a fishing rod. Amsterdam police caught a 28-year-old man redhanded Wednesday as he was fishing ladies' clothes from a clothesline, according to police spokesman Klaas Wilting. The man, who was not identified in line with police procedure, used a long wooden fishing rod with a hook, said Wilting, adding that a search of the suspect's appartment revealed an "astonishing collection" of la-Hies' wear. Lebanon BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) -President Hafez Assad of Syria was reported today to have called on Moslem guerrillas to step up their attacks on Israeli forces to speed their withdrawal from Lebanon, which he called "Israel's Vietnam." Lebanese newspapers said Assad made the comments at a meeting of Lebanon's senior Moslem leaders in the Syrian capital Damascus at which he succeeded in persuading Prime Minister Rashid Karami to withdraw the resignation of his national unity government. ..Neves buried SAO JOAO DEL REI, Brazil ( AP) Tancredo Neves, the popular president-elect who never was inaugurated, was buried close to midnight in a dimly-lit cemetery in the small town where he was born. The funeral was delayed for six hours, to give thousands of Brazilians, standing in lines two miles long, a chance to bid farewell to the man who had become a symbol of Brazil's hope for democracy during his 50-year political career. To the wail of trumpets and the echo of a 21-gun salute, the coffin was lowered into a grave alongside his parents in the small cemetery outside the 211-year-old church where Neves was a member. Advisers leave MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) The leftist government has announced that 100 Cuban military advisers will leave the country next week and said it will pardon 107 political prisoners. The announcements followed President Daniel Ortega's confirmation that he will go to the Soviet Union this month to seek the financial aid the United States has denied his economically strapped leftist government. Chile probe SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) -The brutal slayings of three prominent communists has brought a judicial investigation of the vast security apparatus that helps keep Gen. Augusto Pinochet in power. The government has denied responsibility for the killings of the three, who were kidnapped in Santiago and dumped on the airport road March 30, with their throats slit. Human rights organizations have accused those agencies of making more than 600 dissidents disappear between 1973 and 1978 in a "dirty war" similar to that for which nine former military junta members are now being tried by Argentina's civilian government. South Africa JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (AP) Police today reported firebombings and stone-throwing in riots in at least 12 black communities across South Africa, and said 34 blacks had been arrested for public violence near Port Elizabeth. Protests By The Associated Press Protesters opposed to South Africa's racial policies occupied the Wisconsin state capitol today after hundreds of students were arrested nationwide in at least 28 college demonstrations calling for an end to investments in the country. Rallies in California, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Wisconsin and Florida attracted thousands of people Wednesday in what was billed as a "National Day of Solidarity" to galvanize opposition to South Africa's policy of racial separation known as apartheid. More than 400 demonstrators were arrested, police and school officials said. Torture charges NEW YORK (AP) - Mayor Edward I. Koch has asked the FBI and the U.S. Attorney's office to conduct "a full and complete investigation" into charges that police beat and tortured three men to force drug sale confessions. Four officers have been arrested and another suspended in a widening police investigation into charges that officers tortured suspects with an electric "stun gun." Police Commissioner Benjamin Ward has said the attacks may have been racially motivated. In addition, Koch announced Wednesday that all 18 supervisors were being transferred from the 106th Precinct in Queens, where the alleged torture occurred. Arsenal FORT SMITH, Ark. (AP) -Federal agents found bombs behind trap doors and false walls while searching a camp of white supremacists linked to the murder of an Oklahoma woman and the kidnapping of children, authorities say. A search of the Covenant, the Sword and the Arm of the Lord compound by federal agents had not been completed Wednesday but already had turned up 125 guns, including ?0 machine guns, anti-tank and anti-aircraft rockets, hand grenades, two stolen trucks and an armored truck under construction. Buried in the compound were more than 155 ounces of gold and Krugerrands worth from $45,000 to $50,000, said Agent James Blasingame, head of the FBI in Arkansas. Searchers also found 30 gallons cyanide. Coal strike CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) A National Labor Relations Board ruling that A.T. Massey Coal Co. engaged in unfair labor practices could lead to a settlement of the United Mine Workers seven-month-old strike, an NLRB official says. The NLRB handed the union a major victory Wednesday when it ruled that A.T. Massey had unfairly refused to bargain as a single employer. Convictions PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP) -Abortion was on trial, not four young people who were convicted for the Christmas Day bombings of a clinic and two doctors' offices, a prosecutor said. "It was evident to anyone who sat in the trial that abortion was the real issue in the case," U.S. Attorney W. Thomas Dillard said after Wednesday's verdict. "It goes without saying we are . pleased." The verdict on Matthew Weather Tk CA.&i.t fnr 7 am CCT Crl AmSI Oflfl rwitvaiy wi i a.m. sj i , i 1 1., rsji n Cf JpSV Showers Rain Flurries Snow Occluded -w- Stationary ' Nttool Weather Service NOAA U S Deot ot Commerce The National Weather Service forecasts generally clear skies for most of the country for Friday. Snow and rain are forecast from the Southwest to the western Plains. Showers are forecast for the Southeast Plains. Rain is expected for northern New England. (AP Laserphoto) Local Forecast Today will be sunny and mild with highs in the mid 70s. Tonight will be fair with lows in the low to mid 50s. Friday will be partly sunny and warm with a chance of afternoon showers. Highs will be in the low 80s. Yesterday's high was 76, low was 46 and we had a trace of rain. Sunrise Friday - 5:00 a.m. Sunset 6:36 p.m. Kentucky Forecast Temperatures will return to unseasonably warm levels today and Friday and sunshine will be abundant, said the National Weather Service. ' "By late Friday afternoon, however, low pressure now developing over the southwestern United States will spread some cloudiness and perhaps a few showers into the western reaches of Kentucky," according to forecaster Barbara Thomas. "The unseasonably warm pattern should dominate Kentucky's weather throughout the weekend and many parts of the state may record their first 90-degree readings of the year by Sunday," she added. Extended Forecast Saturday through Monday The extended forecast for Saturday through Monday calls for dry and unseasonably warm weather. Highs in the 80s to around 90. Lows in the mid 50s to mid 60s. Goldsby and James Simmons, both 21, was guilty on all counts. Each was convicted on one count of conspiracy, three counts of making pipe bombs and three of bombing the three buildings where abortions were performed. Trademark CINCINNATI (AP) - Jerry Falwell, Billy Graham and the archbishop of Chicago couldn't stop recurring "outrageous, vicious lies" about Procter & Gamble Co.'s links to Satanism, and the soap giant has decided to drop its century-old moon-and-stars logo. f o at a hospital here has been suspended from practicing at the hospital, officials said Wednesday. Carl Smith, 84, of nearby Port Byron, died Saturday at Auburn Memorial Hospital. He had been in a coma for nine days, after a nurse gave him 10 times the prescribed amount of morphine because sorr.ecr.e misread a drug order. Dr. Walter Prokopiw, who ordered the morphine injection, has "had his admitting and clinical privileges suspended pending appeal by the practitioner," said Andrew Walker, the hospital administrator. Lawsuit LOS ANGELES ( AP) - A former aide to the late billionaire Howard Hughes filed suit Wednesday against the author and publisher "Citizen Hughes," contending the best-selling book contained stolen material. Robert A. Maheu, contending the use of the material caused him severe anguish, is seeking to collect profits from the book and wants $20 million in punitive damages. The decision was prompted by frustration over an inability to quash a wave of rumors that first crested with 15,000 telephone calls from consumers in July 1982, said officials of P&G, which ranked 22nd on the Fortune 500 list of U.S. corporations in 1984 with sales of $12.94 billion. Suspended AUBURN, N.Y. (AP) - The doctor who ordered a morphine injection that became a fatal overdose for an elderly patient Fugitive NORFOLK, Va. (AP) - A couple arrested in connection with the slaying of a New Jersey state trooper and bombings in the New York City area had been living quietly with their children in a middle-class neighborhood, a neighbor said. Thomas W. Manning, a fugitive on the FBI's 10 Most Wanted list since 1982, was arrested Wednesday in his front yard about 10 minutes after his wife, Carol Ann Manning, was arrested at a shopping center a mile away, In Kentucky Nation's Weather Rain was mixed with snow in parts of Colorado and Wyoming today while thuridershowers carrying hail rumbled across the Plains and fog halted some Great Lakes shipping. Showers were spread from Georgia to southern North Carolina, across the upper Ohio Valley, through the mid-Atlantic Coast states and across Minnesota and eastern North Dakota. A strong high pressure system off the central Pacific Coast pushed high winds gusting to 45 mph across southern California. Wind-prompted travelers' advisories were issued for the California deserts and Tehacha-pi mountains and gale warnings were posted for the northern and central California coast. Dense fog halted traffic through Soo Locks in Michigan connecting lakes Superior and Huron. "I've got eight boats at anchor and two tied up on the lock walls," said Coast Guard Quartermaster Jake Beaudin in Sault Ste. Marie. A stockmen's advisory was in effect for the western and southern valleys of Colorado as rain mixed with snow over parts of Colorado and southeast Wyoming. Showers and thundershowers were scattered across the central Plains. Heavy rain and pea-sized hail was reported at Glenn Elder, Kan., early today. Escapees LAGRANGE, Ky. (AP) - Authorities were searching this morning for two inmates who overpowered a guard while riding in a van and escaped from the state reformatory, a spokesman said. The two, identified as Bobby J. Faughn, 33, and Roger D. Crawley, 36, both of Jefferson County, escaped at 10:30 p.m. Wednesday night, said spokesman Louis Smith. Bauer LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -Northern Kentucky attorney Gary L. Bauer has been nominated by President Reagan for the No. 2 job in the Department .of Education. Bauer, 38, is now deputy undersecretary for planning, budget and evaluation. The Covington native would become undersecretary, just below Secretary William Bennett. Baboon heart LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -The surgeon who put a baboon heart in the infant known as Baby Fae said he is preparing , for another such transplant but will not be ready for at least a month. Dr. Leonard Bailey said Wednesday that he is still collecting and analyzing data on the experiment with Baby Fae, who received the animal heart Oct. 26 and lived for 20 days before dying from problems associated with her kidneys and with rejection of the transplanted heart. Redheads NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -Comparing notes on a series of puzzling killings known as the "redhead murders," law enforcement officials from five states emerged from a six-hour meeting saying they may be on the verge of identifying the latest victim. The body would be the first identified of the eight young, white female victims linked in the case, which has baffled authorities from Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas. As many as 11 unidentified women have been linked previously to the investigation, which has been tagged the case of the "redhead murders" because many of the victims had red or reddish hair. On Monday, the TBI added an- J other body to its list a red-haired corpse recovered April 1 near Interstate 75 outside Cor-bin, Ky. Security rides FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) -The children of Gov. Martha Layne Collins and Lt. Gov. Steve Beshear are given rides by state police to school for security reasons, says the state police commissioner. "It's the responsibility of the Kentucky State Police to provide security for the governor and her family, and this is part of the security, even though it runs into transportation," Commissioner Morgan Elkins said. Troopers take 24-year-old Steve Collins from Frankfort to the University of Kentucky campus in Lexington for law school classes and often drive Jeff Beshear, 11, and Andy Beshear, 7, to their private school in the capital, Elkins said. Teen killed ASHLAND, Ky. (AP) - A 20-year-old Ohio man was arrested and charged with murder in , connection with the shooting death of 16-year-old Brent Pro-fitt of Westwood, police said. Ricky Clark Unrue, of Coal Grove, was formally charged while in custody at the Lawrence County jail on Wednesday. Profitt, a Fairview High School junior, was shot in the head once as he sat in his car Monday night in downtown Ashland. The shooting apparently stemmed from an argument over a girl. Fraud arrest HARRISBURG, Pa. ( AP) - A Pennsylvania man was arrested after he allegedly tried to bilk a Kentucky mother by pretending to know the whereabouts of her 13-year-old daughter who has been missing for almost two years. Authorities on Tuesday arrested Robert Lee, 21, of Harris-burg, and charged him with one count of wire fraud, which carries a five-year maximum prison term. According to the FBI, Lee on Monday called Ludmyla Gotlib of Louisville and said her daughter, Ann, was working under the name "Lisa" In a New York City porn shop. Lee asked for $3,000 to help the mother find her daughter.

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