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50 Years

November 17, 1972

Widening U.S. 68-27 From Paris To Lexington Discussed South Mill Block Designated Historic; Lexington

November 16, 1972

Kentucky Council On Churches Elects 1st Black President; Rev. J. Pater Ashworth Nunn Not Looking For Position With Nixon Wants To Remain In Lexington

November 15, 1972

Dow Jones Closes Above Magic 1,000 Mark; 1st Time U.S. Gives 600 Aircraft To S. Vietnam

November 14, 1972

Mrs. McVetty Is Teacher Of The Year Lottery Tickets On Sale In America

November 12, 1972

Go Cats-Cards-Colonels-Hill Toppers-Eagles

November 11, 1972

Goodbye McLean, Cats Meet Vandy in Stadium Farewell UK Medical Center To Make 2 Major Additions

November 10, 1972

Two Louisville Men Arrested On Bookmaking Charges Mercer County Plans Veterans Day Parade

November 9, 1972

Judge Swinford Rules School Desegregation Plan Is Legal Poor, Rich, Those In Between Eligible For Health Plan

November 8, 1972

Nixon Scored Personal Triumph But Dem Still Control Congress Absentee Counting Under Way After Tie In School Board Race