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Cincinnati Kentucky Times Star (Newspaper) - November 3, 1953, Cincinnati, Ohio\ Kentucky weather fair Coofer late tuesday and wednesday. High tuesday 70. High wednesday 63�, Low 43�. Tuesday november 3, 1953 a published As the first phone he 4320 Section of the Cincinnati times-Star-36 pages c a by Carrier Ort do per week. Of pc Bluegrass of a n a l a voting counties a w woman Auto St drowns seven injured in bus victim trapped in car f following plunge Dixie vehicle truck in crash a Bracken county by woman drowned Early tuesday when her automobile plunged into a Campbell county Creek and seven persons were injured in Covington when a truck and bus collided police reported. Mrs. Mabel Perkins 25, route taper sack Bandit identified Northern Kentucky so paper sack Bandit faced at least three charged tuesday As he was being held in jail at Lexington. Apprehended last saturday by Fayette county police was Douglas Lester Eglian 22, Scott Street Covington on a stolen Auto charge. He also is accused of carrying concealed weapons and the gun Point Holdup of White House Delicatessen Taylor Avenue and division Street Bellevue. Eglian was identified at Lexington monday As the Man who took $86 from her by mrs. Frank Giglia 336 Taylor Avenue Delicatessen operator. Eglian also waa identified a the Man who held up shillings drive in restaurant 1939 Dixie Highway it. Mitchell by mrs. Mary Lon Nixon 20 East fifth Street Covington a waitress from a photograph. The same picture was viewed by Spencer Heaton jr., 918 West thirty third Street Covington clerk of Quality liquor store 621 Scott Street Covington but he was unable to establish positively that Eglian was the Man who robbed him of $239, also at gunpoint. Heaton was to try to identify Eglian when the latter is brought to Northern Kentucky after facing the state and Federal charges. Bellevue police chief Dolph Perry said he sent a warrant signed by mrs. Giglia to Lexington As a a a Holder on the suspect. Local soldiers land in u. S. Kenton and Campbell county servicemen were on the uses Gen. W. O. Darby which docked monday at Seattle wash., from the far East. On Board according to the associated press listings were Donald w. Childress Dayton a Navy fireman a sgt Wendell a. Kratz Covington pfc Rodney l. Childs Ludlow pfc Harry Kahn Covington pfc Dale l. Craft Newport pfc Homer Robinson Newport. 3, Brooksville was drowned and two persons were injured when the car in which they were Riding on state Highway 10, 16 Miles South of Newport skidded and overturned into a Creek Campbell county police reported. Seven of so passengers on a Green line Box suffered injuries when the vehicle collided with a truck at Pike and Holman streets Covington. Or. L. C. Sauter Campbell county Coroner was told that mrs. Perkins had driven her car across a Small Bridge Over twelve mile Creek in California ky., when it went out of control and overturned into the Creek. Injured in the car with her were John Hilzinger 28, Bradford ky., and mrs. Ruth Woodruff Georgetown o. Both were treated for cuts by the Dayton lifesaving squad. Mrs. Perkins described by or. Sauter As weighing 250 pounds was pinned in the automobile which rested upside Down in five feet of water. Efforts of her husband Roy 29, and three other occupants to free her were futile. Her body 1vas taken to the Moore amp Parker funeral Home Brooksville. Other passengers besides her husband were Cecil Woodruff Georgetown o. Elsie Woodruff Dover ky., and Mary Gall Brookville. They were not injured. Injured in the bus crash were sue Cole 14,1139 Cecilia Avenue Park Hills who suffered a Back injury Betty Maxey 50, 834 St. James Avenue Park Hills bruises and Shock Vivian Bram Lage 30, 10 Leslie Avenue it. Thomas left leg injury and Nancy Nicholson 19, 27 East Orchard Road it Mitchell face Cut they were taken to Booth Hospital Covington by the life squad. Others injured but refusing police assistance were mrs. W. L. Voiles 53, 816 Aberdeen Avenue Park Hills leg and Back injuries Mary to Nord Loh 15, 43 Virginia Avenue South it. Mitchell right leg injury and Delores Vogelpohl 14, 21 pleasant Ridge Avenue South it Mitchell leg injuries. Covington police reported that the bus was operated by William r. Miller 26, 116 Stephenson Road Erlanger and the truck was driven by Thomas r. Duve 19, 121 West thirteenth Street Newport. Both vehicles were towed from the scene police said. The bus was in route to Cincinnati according to Covington police. State bar group acts against two lawyers Frankfort ky., nov. 3�? apr the state Board of bar commissioners yesterday recommended disbarment of Dan s. Arnold Nelson county attorney and a years suspension for j. A. Edge of Lexington. Arnold who faces trial at Bardstown next week in forgery charges indicated he would not contest the recommendation filed with the court of appeals. Edge asked for comment replied a this is the first in be heard of he said he would do whatever the procedure requires. Both Man have 20 Days in which to show cause Why the penalties should not be enforced. In excusing Edge of conduct a calculated to bring the Bench and ban into the Board referred to a gambling loss suit he filed last Spring against Adolph Rupp. University of Kentucky basketball coach and two other men. The suit waa dismissed later. The Board also said Arnold displayed a unprofessional and unethical conduct a and cited the findings of its trial committee which reported he gave a woman a divorce decree that never had been granted by the circuit judge. The committee claimed the document had been not on oct. 15, Arnold and his at Tomey John a. Fulton told the committee they did not desire to contest the charges. Edge brought suit in Federal court for half a million dollars in the name of mrs. Lucille Chumbley Bradberry Athens ga., seeking triple damages on behalf of her brother George Chumbley who reportedly lost while gambling a on the basketball Point the suit named Rupp de curd reputed Lexington Gambler and Frank costello new York Gambler. Rupp denied the allegations and after mrs. Bradberry refused to press the Case it was dismissed april 15. Judge h. Church Ford then ordered allegations against Rupp stricken from the record. The committee probing the charge against Edge mentioned such things As a the charges in the complaint against Rupp were general and Uncertain mrs. Bradberry knew nothing about it and her attorney in Athens told to expand the City to act As holding company addition to Moyer school it. Thomas Council agreed monday night to act As a holding company for the City a Board of education which is planning a $125,000 addition of four rooms to Ruth Moyer school City Engineer Charles h. Kuhn reported tuesday. Mayor Frank b. Stegeman and the City clerk mrs. Adele King were authorized to sign a Resolution passed by the school Board dealing with the City a participation in the construction project. Harold a. Luerson attorney associated with City attorney Louis Arnold who is out of the City explained that councils next Steps will be to advertise for bids for construction and financing. Better lighting for the a built up Section of new memorial Parkway Between Elmwood place and West Southgate Avenue was provided in an order for installation of three new Street lamps and Inere Aee in candlepower from in the $59 i five lights. Annual Cost the the City will be $162. Council tentatively set a Public hearing for its next meeting in two weeks to discuss a zoning change on Deshler Lane recommended in a communication received from the City planning commission. The change would be from residence b to residence a As requested by residents of the Street the City in Giner stated. Council also referred to its Street committee a report on improvements of Dale Avenue in the Southern Section of the City including sanitary sewer grading drainage and paving. The Board also decided to continue its supplementary payments to precinct workers at tuesdays elections. Total Cost amounts to $162, the Board was told with clerks receiving $3 and other workers $2. Park Hills drive fund is $3,500 the annual Community fund drive in Park Hills was an outstanding Success according to officers of the Park Hills Clio club sponsors of the drive to a i d deserving institutions. $3.500 was raised during the drive approximately $400 More than last year. Contractor held in morals Case a 65-year-old it. Thomas Carpenter contractor tuesday faced a morals charge after the Mother of a 12-year-old Newport girl swore to a warrant. He registered As Ruben Koch 233 Newman Avenue who police said has his place of business at 521 Lindsey Street Newport. The warrant charges Koch with immoral1 practice with a child under 15 years old. He was arrested on a breach of the peace charge monday night by detectives William Livingston and Kenneth Collins at the carpenters shop. Detective chief Leroy Fredericks in commenting on detective Livingston and Collins s investigation said the 12-year-old Girt As Well As two Ether girls 7 and 8 years old were in the shop with Koch. Judge Alfred g. Maybury continued his Case to nov. 14 and set his Bond at $5,000. Koch completely denied the accusation. Detective chief Fredericks said police had received complaints and immediately made an investigation. Struck by Auto Joann Bennett 7, 124 West third Street Covington sustained abrasions on her right leg monday when she was struck by an Auto driven by Fred Martin 336 Western Avenue Covington at fourth and Scott streets Covington. She was taken to Booth Hospital Covington by Covington police. She was released after treatment. Planning convention Covington diocesan Council of Catholic women is formulating plans for its second annual convention to be held sunday and monday nov. 15-16, in hotel Sheraton Gibson Cincinnati. Assisting the chairman mrs. Mark a. Theissen cent rare mrs. Elmer Heile left and miss Thersa Duhme right. Bishop William t. Mulloy will officiate and the Rev. Mark Carroll Wichita kans., will deliver the Sermon at the solemn pontifical mass at St. Mary Cathedral opening the convention proper nov. 16. General session will Convene at 10 a. At the hotel. The afternoon will be devoted to workshops. A banquet at 7 p. Will conclude the convention. Dayton students pass two state ame i 1111 ends Kentucky kernels Luke Dayton High school students tuesday in their mock election passed both constitutional amendments named a Republican judge and sheriff a democratic county attorney and voted two incumbent Campbell county commissioners out of office. The closest major race was Between a. J. Jolly Democrat and Fred m. Warren Republican for county judge with Warren winning by one vote 110 to 109. Albert b. Howe a garnered 127 votes to 91 for Norbert w. Roll a in the sheriffs race. Dayton normally is considered a democratic stronghold in elections. A a George Muehlenkamp the democratic candidate for county attorney was the favorite in the election and swept to a 144-to-75 Victory Over his Republican opponent Harry j. Luedeke. Both candidates were endorser by the Campbell county civic association in the primary elections. Warren received the coca endorsement in the primary also. No endorsement was Given in the sheriffs race by the coca. Or. Leo Sauter Democrat incumbent Coroner was Defeated by William c. Tharp. Republican by one Rote. 111 to 110. However Tharp it waa explained la a a native Sony and lived for a number of Yeara in Dayton. In the county jailers race Earnest a. Parker a won Over Edward a. Pretot r113 to 105. In the county commissioners race James bus Clark incumbent from the second District was Defeated by Carl h. Vogt or. A 118 to 104. Again Vogt is a resident of Dayton. Maynard Heck Ltd incumbent lost by one. Vote to Anthony Durkin ltd99 to 100. Jake Martz incumbent had no opposition Edward Sheehan Republican candidate without opposition for county cleric led both tickets receiving 156 votes. Lambert Hehl Democrat tax commissioner who had no opposition got 150 votes. The students delivered a mild upset by voting to Amend Section 186 of the Constitution which changes the method of distributing school funds. Northern Kentucky school men have been fighting the proposal. However. C. R. Rouse a Dayton instructor favored the amendment but it waa emphasised that there waa no classroom discussions of the amendment by or. Roose. The vote was 94 be and 69 now the vote on the amendment no. 2 to permit the governor or lieutenant governor to perform his official duties when temporarily out of the state 2 permit our general Assembly to provide for the manner of selection and the term of any or All of the following state officers treasurer Secretary of state commissioner of agriculture labor and statistics and superintendent of Public instruction and 3 require the attorney general to be a member in Good standing of the bar of Kentucky was 94 yes to 79. By Luke Lufberry Arthur Godfrey s a Talent scouts must have had a bumper crop of viewers highbrow Low brow and medium brow a in the Northern Ken Tucky Cincin Nati area monday night. In order for them to avoid politics and still have their to sets on they had to tune in on the Godfrey telecast. Kenton county judge Bill Wehrman h e d knocked out a Texas Ras Sling a with his Campaign speech and the cinc i n n a t i Chart Erite candidates eliminated the voice of Firestone telecast with their program. We imagine that a lot of the fans of the Howard Barlow orchestra switched on their radios to hear the broadcast of the Firestone presentation. Though an admirer of the bar Low music Luke because of the nature of his Job and his interest in local political techniques listened to the Wehrman speech. We were not one of those who resented a Texas Ras Sling a being shoved off the sir Waves. In our Book it was a Mark on the credit Side for the judge. Wehrmann a is Gulser election Campaign like that of the primary consisted of keeping his Mouth closed so to put his foot in it until an election Evo telecast which was too late to be answered. This time he did not touchingly present his family to the television audience but he had a Many of the democratic candidates present As he could Corral. In order to bolster his plea for a party eleven other democratic nominees sat in the background some of them looking none too Happy about being there there were 18 other democratic candidates who were absent 9 t Wehrmann a speech followed the time tried technique of defending oneself by launching a counteroffensive. A mixture of facts half truths and pure fiction was employed in his attacks on county clerk Sam Furste and this newspaper and in his descriptions of the county a bonded debt and water situations. At times spite wearing a Halo replaced the judges face in the to camera. Continued in Page 4. Col. 4 Large state vote is expected amendments to increase count Louisville ky., nov. 3�? of a a heavy vote was expected in today a general election despite a ballot with Only two state wide issues both highly controversial proposals to Amend the state Constitution. Voters also will choose local officials to operate the 120 county governments and Many of the cities elect members of the 1954 general Assembly and a judge of the court of appeals. In the 38-seat Senate there Are five Democrat Republican contests. The demo Crata have 12 Holdover members and 12 candidates without opposition while republicans have six holdovers and three unopposed. The lineup in the 100-member House shows 37 democrats and 14 republicans without opposition leaving 49 Raees. Judge Barker w. Duncan Monticello Democrat serving by appointment and a k. Spear Somerset Republican end former assistant attorney general Are battling for the one year term on the court of appeals in the third appellate District. This race is for the remainder of the term of the late judge Clyde b. Latimer Glasgow the Only Republican on the seven judge tribunal when he died sept. 29, 1952. Another Factor in the voting will be the weather expected to be fair and warm. Polls will be open from 6 s. To 5 p. local time with sales of alcoholic beverages prohibited during these hours. Kentucky amendments. Keen opposition in Many races is cause heavy voting was reported in Many sections of Kenton and Campbell counties tuesday morning. Whether this Means a total vote of unexpected size could not be determined immediately because week Day elections usually Send voters to a polls in Large numbers at Early hours before they go to work. However most observers agreed that the vote would be heavy. They pointed to spirited and City races and the school fund amendment a re hot election Issue in Northern Kentucky As two of the main factors in bringing out the big vote. Political upsets usually follow heavy voting and professional politicians tuesday were wondering what surprises the ballot boxes contain this time. Kentucky election results on Krc election results in Northern Kentucky communities will be broadcast throughout tuesday night by the times Star station Krc. Staff Mem Bers o f the Kentucky times Star will be on duty in the Covington and Newport courthouses watching the tabulating of ballots. Teen age club plans tag Day a tag Day Salo will to sponsored by the Newport West end teen age club saturday and mias Bernadetta Watkins supervisor urged All Newport citizens to give their support. Proceeds will be used to furnish a thanksgiving Day dinner and Christmas party for underprivileged and needy children of the City a miss Watkins said last year the tag Day provided dinners for 150 children. In Campbell county Edward Sheehan chief Deputy under county clerk Georgo j. Kaufmann said Tho count will begin As soon As the polls close at 5 p. The polls opened it 6 a. There will be 31 tabulation tables with six Tabulator at each. Sheehan said the count will probably Stop tuesday at 11 30 p. And to resumed wednesday at 9 a. The Complete count is not expected until sometime wednesday. The vote is expected to be about 25,000. County rices and Tho City of Newport off Cea will to Tho first to be counted Sheehan said. Next to be counted Are Bellevue Dayton it. Thomas Southgate cold Spring Highland Heights and other outlying districts. Will make for l a Low count. It was said. The counting will begin with the first Ward of Covington. Earlier forecasts had placed the Kenton Voto turnout it approximately 27,000. Two precincts in pork Hills reported e total of 225 votes Cost by 10 e. There were 116 in precinct a end 109 in precinct d. Dedication of Road slated state Highway commissioner ballots for the William p. Curlin will be principal speaker at dedication ceremonies wednesday for the new memorial Parkway which runs from Newport through Bellevue to it. Thomas along the old Streetcar right of Way. The speaking program will Start at 3 15 p. At Highlands High school it. Thomas. Mack Galbreath u. S. Public roads administrator in Kentucky also will speak and judge Stanley c. Moebus of Campbell county court will be master of ceremonies. William Pfirman president of the Campbell county chamber of Commerce also is scheduled to talk. The dedication program fwu open with a luncheon at 1 p. In Highland Golf club it. Thomas and 9 ribbon cutting ceremony is scheduled for 2 45 p. At tenth Street and Park Avenue Newport. Following the ribbon cutting a motorcade will move Over memorial Parkway to the Inverness intersection in it. Thomas. Highland High school band will be heard in several selections. The count in the City race of Newport la not expected to be completed tuesday night. There Are 130 precincts in the county and 52 in the City of Newport the count will take piece in the basement of the Newport courthouse under the supervision. Covington firemen Aid Newport buddies Covin Tea fireman were aiding Newport firemen tuesday in Veles for their request for a Shorter work week and increased pay. Tho Covington firemen who were off a Ftp were seen near various Newport voting polls handing oat Newport firemen cards which asked voters to a Voto yes a the ordinance. If Newport s Shorter week and higher pay Are approved Covington firemen Era expected to seek the same. Woman voter Hurt in fall a 72-year-old Covington woman was injured Early tuesday when she fell in a voting place at twentieth Street and Jefferson Avenue Covington life squad reported. Removed to St. Elizabeth Hospital she was identified As Julia Burkard Monte Casino Highland Pike. She suffered a possible fracture of her right upper and was held for a rays according to the Hospital report. F. Taxicab feels kick of mule of the election commission com posed of Charles Melville re publican sol Youtsey Democrat sheriff Ray diebold chairman by virtue of his office and county clerk Kaufmann Secretary. Alexandria election officials reported tuesday approximately 250 voters had cast ballots in the City a three precincts by 10 a. this is heavy they said. In Kenton shortly after the polls close at 5 p. M., tabulation will begin in the basement of the Covington City building under the supervision of the Kenton county election commission. Eighteen sets of Tabulator 36 persons will do the counting of vote in the county a 146 precincts according to William Buss Bauereis chief Deputy Kenton county clerk. Of the 146 precincts 91 Are in the City of Covington ten in Ludlow and the remainder in other communities and Rural areas of the county. Ballots will be counted until Midnight or thereabouts with the count resuming wednesday at 10 a. M., Bauereis said. He estimated that the tabulations should be Complete by Friday night. The number of candidates involved and two proposals to Amend the Constitution of Kentucky Are among factors which late news bulletin Chester Geaslen write in candidate for Newport commissioner said tuesday a tour of precincts by Newport Civio association workers revealed polling places were not equipped with pencils As provided under election Laws. Has Aid he personally furnished pencils at 32 precincts. Kenton an unhurt in fatal crash a head on crash Between two trucks on u. S. 27, ten and a half Miles North of Cynthiana claimed the life of Raymond Meeks 41, 15 West carry Street Cor Reviue Cincinnati who had been visiting with his family at Phu Casey countyky., state police reported tuesday. Meeks died at a Cynthiana Hospital monday about an hour after his pick up truck crashed with a feed truck driven by Franklin Wheeler 25, Crescent Springs who was reported uninjured said trooper Orrin Mccarty. Meeks was returning to his Job at Formica co., Cincinnati. Organization services at cold Spring Church three years work organizing a lutheran Church in cold Spring will be climaxed sunday when St. Luke Church is formally constituted by the Kentucky Tennessee Synod of the United lutheran Church in America. Service of organization will be a a. Held at 10 30 . By the Rev. Arthur m. Knudsen executive a mule evidently tried to get Secretary of the Board of Ameri even with a More modern Way of transportation at 3 a. Tuesday Campbell county patrolmen Albert Seifried and Richard Gegan reported. The mule ran upon . 27 near cold Spring and immediately took his spite out on a taxicab driven by Floyd Cox Winters Lane cold Spring officers said. Damage to the cab included Grill and right front headlight. The mule then took off into a near by Field apparently uninjured. Can missions of the United Church and the Rev. Gerard d. Busch Synod president. Sixty five charter members will be taken into membership sunday by letter of Transfer adult baptism and renewals of profession of Faith. The Church Constitution will be ratified and members of the Church Board will be installed during a thanksgiving service at 3 . They Are Jake Gregory Bui Bell mrs. Louis Schrader. W. L. Hanson. Thurston Hager and Henry Schmidt or. The Rev. Charles Masheck pastor Trinity lutheran Church Bellevue will bring the afternoon message and a special offering for Purchase of a parsonage will be received at that time. St. Luke Church the thirty second Church formed in the Kentucky Tennessee Synod has been in the process of development for the past three years. It has been known As St. Luke Mission and was served by various Supply pastors during the summer months. Immediate Steps will be taken to acquire the services of a permanent pastor

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