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At approximately 12:30 p.m. Wednes- day, Chief Shirley attempted to stop a white Pontiac on Veluzet Street in Horse Cave af- ter the driver had been reported involved in an altercation with another person on West Main Street: Chief Shirley activated emergency equipment to stop the Pontiac, but had to pursue it a short distance before the driver pulled over on Old Dixie Highway. Dis- covered inside the vehicle in plain view was a large plaastic bucket which contained seven marijuana plants. Chief Shirley arrested Prince Fryar, 30. of South Dixie Highway, Cave City, on charges of driving on a DUI suspended li- cense 1 st offense, fleeing or evading police, 2nd degree, and cultivating marijuana more than five plants. Fryar was lodged in the Hart County Jail without bond. Chief Shirley was assisted by Hart Coun- ty Deputy Sheriff Lanny Jewell. Arrest made on identity theft Horse Cave Police arrested a Horse Cave man on Wednesday on identity theft charges following an investigation. Horse Cave Officer Bo Hensley executed a Hart County felony warrant against Ja- son Riley, 29, of Charlie Moran Highway, Horse Cave. According to Horse Cave Police Chief Alan Shirley, on July 25 and 26 Riley know- ingly possessed or used another persons debit ' " " card without the owners permlsmon. Riley was lodged in the Hart County Jail without bond. Officer Hensley wasassisted in the arrest by Chief Shirley. READERS'COMMENTS We encourage our readers to get involved in the editorial process. Views expressed by readersare published as letters to the editor under the heading "Readers' Comments:' Letters reflect only the opinion of the writer. They do not reflect the views of this newspaper. All letters must be signed, include a phone number (for verification only, not for publication), and have an address listed. Only the writer's name and community/road name will be published, not a specific address. We reserve the right to edit, reject and/ or condense all letters submitted for publication. Letters should not exceed 300 words. A Visual Voice HOW COME THEY DON00 HAVE A GUY LIKE HIM COVERIN' THE GRUNTS HERE? I DUNNO, MAYBE IT'S 'COZ MOST FOLKS AIN'T PAVIN' ATTENTION. + READER'S COMMENTS Response to to fire dept. allegations Dear Editor. Reading Leo Schroeder's leffri?ih the newspaper made me so angry I had to respond. As the mother of a former Munfordville volunteer firefighter who is now a veteran police officer in Elizabethtown, 1 found Mr. Schroeder's allegations regarding the Horse Cave fire de- partment and the police department to be offensive and ridicu- lous. The men and women who serve as our firefighters, EMT's and police officers answer our calls for help immediately, day or night, in every kind of weather.never knowing what dangers they may encounter. When the call comes, they answer, regard- less of who is calling. We do not always appreciate the sacrifice these individu- als and their families make on our behalf. They deserve our respect, our admiration, and our thanks. Mr. Schroeder's comments are an insult to these hard work- ing public servants and to every reasonable person in Horse Cave and Hart County. Thank You. Eugenia Johnson Newspaper is bias Ediior. You have finally ripped the last bit of credibility that this paper may" have had apart. Schroeder's letter simply alleges something he has heard from someone else, Then you. Mr. Ma- tera. make up a headline "Citizen Denied Services". All he said is that he is afraid that the mayor has the authority to tell the police and fire departments to not service his residence. He was not "denied" any services. He is simply being paranoid by thinking someone is "out to get him". You, Mr, Matera. as a newspaper editor should be above the discussion. You should be neutral. I realize the letter is in the opinion page but it goes beyond opinion. Those were baseless allegations that should have never made print. My opinion is; since it was against Odell Martin. you put it in as truth. As a newspaper man. maybe you should have investigated these alligations. If they were to be proven true, it would be a real newsworty story. As it stands. Schroder is running for city SOUL FOOD council and he thinks that the mwyor has the power +to *et.ity, servants to not helpcertain citizen. Nothing that he said in.his letter has a shred of fact in it. Bfit you printed it just like it is all true .............. The truth is: The Mayor is the only person in this admin- istration that is NOT being told what to do by someone else. Let's see if you print my baseless alligation (oh and can you think up a nice zinger for a title to this letter?). The real truth is we need six good citizens to step up and run for city council. There is not that much to it. Anyone can do it. Look at what you've had for the last four years. Please, file at the courthouse and run for office. If you win and later decide you don't want to do it, you can always quit. We need to get those autocrats out and get some caring citizens in that want to help the city. Bryan Johnson Editors Note: The headline on a letter to the editor indicates the opinion of the letter writer and not necessarily the opinion of the editor or the newspaper. Sundayschool class helping others in need. Editor: I would like to express my appreciation to the Caregiver Sunday School Class at Munfordville First United Methodist Church. The ladies of the Sunday School Class have created Reach to Recovery Pillows for newly diagnosed breast cancer patients and have made turbans for women who have hair loss due to treatments. Their act of kindness has placed many smiles and tears of joy to cancer patients in fifteen different Kentucky Counties. The Reach pillows are used to ease the discomfort of having lymph nodes removed and the turbans give women needed confidence when in public. Finding a cure to cancer is a community event. Hope lives daily in each of us. Until there is a cure, the American Cancer Society will be here to help you on your cancer journey. Sincerely, Tammy Tinsley Health Initiatives, Mid-South Division, Bowling Green KY "Check out this recall" RECALL NOTICE (SENT BY A FRIEND) Recall Notice: The Maker of all human beings (GOD) is recalling all units manufactured, regard- less of make or year, due to a serious defect in the primary and central component of the heart. This is due to a malfunc- tion in the original prototype unit's code named Adam and Eve. resulting in the reproduc- tion of the same defect in all subsequent units. This defect has been technically termed "Sub-sequential Internal Non- Morality," or more commonly known as S.I.N.. as it is pri- marily expressed,. Some of the symptoms in- clude: 1. Loss of direction 2. Foul vocal emissions 3. Amnesia of origin 4. Lack of peace and joy 5. Selfish or violent behav- ior 6. Depression or confusion in the mental component 7. Fearfulness 8. Idolatry 9. Rebellion The Manufacturer, who is neither liable nor at fault for this defect, is providing facto- ry-authorized repair and ser- vice free of charge to correct this defect. The Repair Technician, Je- sus, has most generously of- fered to bear the entire burden of the staggering cost of these repairs. There is no additional fee required. The number to call for re- pair in all areas is: P-R-A-Y- E-R. Once connected, please FOOD, continued on page five (USPS 236-200) PUBLISHED EVERYTHURSDAYond SUNDAY Periodicals Postage Paid Horse Cave, KY42749 TELEPHONE 786-1929 OR 786-2676 - GERALD MATFRA, Editor lObO Publishing- JEFFREY S, IOBE, Publisher POSTMASTER Send change of address to Hews-Herald, P.O. Box 340, Horse Cave, KY 42749 Send Form #3579 to P.O. Box 340, Horse Cave, KY 42749 '  r .... 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