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Cincinnati Kentucky Times Star (Newspaper) - November 6, 1953, Cincinnati, OhioJ Kentucky weather if a a a a partly Cloudy cold High Friday 40�?T Low during night 26,j, High saturday 45�?T Friday november 6, 1953 times Star published As Hio first phone he 4320 Section of the Cincinnati times-Star-64 Poges Bluegrass final or it Warrien of Pur Wick our a Jolly asks recount in Campbell it. Thomas gop strength gives Warren Victory dems win All offices in Kenton Wehrman has 3,423 Victory Lions club it. Thomas democratic candidates won Watren who won by 14 votes Over a. J. Andy Jolly Democrat for county judge received 3,326 votes in it. Thomas to Jolly so ,147, a plurality of 2,179. Albert b. Howe Republican who Defeated Norbert Roll Democrat for sheriff polled 3.164 votes against 1,267. Howe a Edge in it. Thomas was 1,897. Harry Luedeke Republican received 2,867 in it. Thomas to his democratic opponent George Muehlenkamp a 1,590. Luedeker a gain in that City was 1,277. However Muehlenkamp won Over Luedeke for county attorney. Warren Muehlenkamp and Luedeker Ere endorsed by the Campbell county civic association. In Newport Warren received 3,721 to Jolly 5,342 Bellevue Warren 1,525, Jolly 1.591 Dayton Warren 1,152, Jolly 1.323 Southgate Warren 490, Jolly. 379 Alexandria. Warren 290, Jolly 282. And outlying District. Warren 1,731, Jolly 2,157. Warrens total vote was 12,235 and Jolly a 12,221. Roll was expected to carry Newport a democratic Strong bold by a much larger majority than he did. He polled 5,007 votes to Howe a 4,055. In Bellevue Howe obtained 1,677 to Rolls 1,895 Dayton Howe 1,283, Roll 1,186 Southgate Howe 479, Roll 392 Alexandria Howe 422, Roll 140, and outlying areas Howe 2,070, Roll 1.697. Howe a total was 13,150 and Rolls 11,084. 1,000 failed to Lote for judge the importance of every single vote was noted by a number of Campbell county election officials Friday in mulling Over the Warren Jolly race. They recalled that approximately 1,000 ballots were cast on which there were no selections for either candidate in the county judgeship race. Officials also recalled that write in votes for Wesley Bowen incumbent county attorney who was Defeated by Harry Luedeke for the Republican nomination in the primary and for Vincent Sticklen Republican who sought the nomination for sheriff in the primary were encountered in the tabulation of the ballots in the regular election. Heavy Republican voting in it. Thomas furnished the winning margin for Fred Warren gop nominee for county judge and gave other gop candidates a big push in other major races. The Republican strength in it a every office in Kenton county Thomas offset the democratic Lead in Newport in the in the regular election com Battle of ballots. Plete and official returns showed Friday. In the county judges contest incumbent William e. Wehrman Defeated Harry k. Cappy Aurandt Republican by margin of 3.423 votes. Wehrmann a total was 13.970 and Aurandt a 10,547. The Defeated candidate however polled More votes than any Republican for Many years in this traditionally Strong democratic county. A Large number of democrats a Iscra Tahedl their ballot in favor of the gop aspirant. Wehrman ran behind other democrats. Or. Edward l. Smith unopposed in his race for Coroner received the most votes 18,071. Easy wins were scored by the three democratic candidates for state representative. John l i Ost by 14 re Check to Jilg enough open monday Oil violators motorists pay $167 in fines new officers of the Bellevue Lions club Are from the left seated Donald Johns treasurer Robert Egan president Manny Hehman. Secretary Bud Aldering past president. Standing Philip Schneider director or. Richard Rolfes lion Tamer Charles Brandes second vice president John Leonard director. Detection of diabetics Kentucky to Start Here on nov. 15 kernels suit was on file Friday in the Campbell circuit court Newport in which a. J. Andy Jolly Democrat who lost by 14 votes to Fred m. Warren Republican requests an immediate recount of ail votes cast in the 130 it. Thomas police judge county precincts for county Arthur Heckerman cracked1 judge. A Down on traffic Law violators judge Ray l. Murphy of the in the thursday night court Circy a court said the recount a. probably get underway sew Ion leveling Fine Monde up said would con. $461 against a number of per Jact the principles involved so sons apprehended for driving they could agree on the Date for Law infractions. The recount. Quot whatever Date they Richard Thacker Foster. Of. A elect i will set that Date a the Ludlow plans to collect meter Bills Muehlenkamp was Given 5,154 votes in Newport to Lue Kev 3,482. Bellevue gave Muehlenkamp 1,719, Luedeke 1,311 Dayton Muehlenkamp 1,410, Luedeke 968 Southgate Muehlenkamp 393, Luedeke 497 Alexandria Muehlenkamp 205, Luedeke 347, and outlying Muehlenkamp 1,977, Luedeke 1,698. Muehlenkamp had a total vote of 12,428 Luedeke 11,150. Warren won it. Thomas Southgate and Alexandria while Jolly led in Newport Bellevue by 66 votes Dayton by 171 votes and the outlying District by 1,426. Howe was Given the majority vote in it. Thomas Bellevue Dayton Southgate Alexandria and the outlying districts. Roll led Only in Newport and the margin was 952. Muehlenkamp won in Newport Bellevue a Dayton and the outlying districts while Luedeke re owed sums of Money ranging from $39 to $165 for water meter installations at seven residences in the City Ludlow Council had adopted a a get Tough policy Friday to collect outstanding Bills said City clerk Winfred w. Smith. City attorney Omer h. Stubbs was instructed at thursday nights Council meeting to prepare an ordinance requiring a Deposit before water meters Are connected and also to make the debt chargeable to the Homes first owner. Matter of the outstanding Bills was cited by councilman Roy Plunkett who said some of the charges Date Back to 1949, but councilman Harry g. Pete Kosterman who recalled he headed the health fire and water committee at that time stated he remembered no such debts. Stubbs who will be requested to make collections noted that original debtors Are liable and that the City can to collect from present property owners if they bought their places without knowledge of the obligation. Ludlow a present Board will meet twice again nov. 19 and dec. 7, when it will adjourn sine Campbell Kenton county medical society will conduct in the a drive during the week of nov. 15 to detect As Many As Luke Lufberry Cei Ved More votes in it. Thomas die and a new Council with four Southgate and Alexandria freshmen members will take Muehlenkamp a margin in new office. Councilmen Plunkett and port Over Luedeke was 1,672. De Fleming will be the Only Jolly carried Newport by 1,621 Holdover members and mayor Over Warren. John e. Bud Crowe will be presiding officer. Three Way traffic lights at Post place and Montrose streets on Ludlow Highway will be erected in a try to make those intersections safer traffic Wise the clerk stated. Since the bids sought on flood Wall valves bids on the installation of air Relief valves on pumping Plant discharge lines on the Newport Corners Are hidden by a curve flood Wall project will be and signs with warnings about the Vertise this month and will be lights will be placed 100 feet opened in december. Bids on ahead on both approaches. The same work for the Covington the Board referred to its next project will be advertised in session a proposal to Settle for december and opened in Janu $6.000 a jury directed verdict of Ary. These announcements were $20,000 damages in favor of mrs. Made by the Ohio River division i Jenny Lynn Strathern who fell corps of engineers. In a City sidewalk. Goitre Safe if paid state tax men to Knock on doors in local area Frankfort kv., nov. 6�?f/p a department of Revenue Field men begin knocking on doors throughout Kentucky next week in an attempt to uncover delinquent state taxpayers. The Check starting monday will be made in every county and Ever City said commissioner Robert h. Allphin until the delinquents Are rounded up in the fifty eighth legislative District Vernor Cottengim Defeated Charles t. Steele in the fifty ninth legislative District and James a. Dressman jr., incumbent Defeated h. H. Smith in the sixtieth legislative District. Thomas Fitzpatrick democratic incumbent was unopposed in the sixty first legislative District. State senator Cari j. Ruh democratic incumbent polled 17,475 in an unopposed race. Jailer Wallsm Knauf Democrat Defeated his opponent Aloysius Boise Repe Felican. 17.99# to 5.507 votes for re election. Henry Bill Carr Democrat was elected sheriff Over his gop rival Julios Lancola 16,85$ to 6,327 votes. County commissioners George Kruempelman George Steinford and William Arkenau All democrats easily disposed of their Republican opposition. The no. 1 amendment to the Kentucky Constitution school amendment went Down to defeat 15,341 a a not votes to 3,278 a a yes votes. The amendment would provide a change in the method of distributing school funds by the state. The no. 2 amendment also was Defeated. The vote was a no 12,199 and a a yes 4,125. This amendment would allow the state legislature to remove four elected officials from the ballot. In the Only contested race for magistrate Louis Gorman Democrat Defeated Charles j. Roller Republican 1,359 to 492 votes in the first magisterial District. Tabulation of results started shortly after 5 p. M. Tuesday when the polls closed and was completed about 5 p. M. Thursday. There were a Large number of candidates and issues to be voted upon plus Many a a scratch ballots All of which contributed to the slow count. Was fined $156 on charges of reckless driving and driving while intoxicated. Similar charges against Elbert Herald 21, 516 West eighth Street Newport Cost him $100. Judge Heckerman recommended suspension of the driving licenses of the defendants for a six months period. William Roberta 121 Ohio Avenue it Thomas was Given a $61 penalty an charge of speeding and reckless driving. A Fine of $50 and costs was levelled on Harold Belcher 19� 118 Monmouth Street. Newport for speeding and failure to have a driving License. Charges of having improper equipment on his Auto and failure to have a Driver s License brought a $50 Fine for Carl fair possible of the 15,000 cases of diabetes in Kentucky. 1 through the years Luke 2 l�?o251poplar Street Cirn Wood or. Arthur Schultz president of the society named has he mixture of successes Placas o. Charles Howard. 19, or. Robert j. Hoffmann South it. Mitchell chairman in we Ueen it a Quot a a of a committee to conduct the local Campaign which is Iggie. Shut aimed at finding some of the million americans who Are suffering from the disease without knowing it. Committee members Are drs. James Haizlip Ralph her Inghart m. J. Schwegman Donald Stevens John Naber a. E. Howe James Schroder g. H. Zwick j. S. Faulkner e. L. Smith Joseph Humpert Sylvan Golder Dorothy Worchester m. J. Weber Louia Nutini and Nelson Boyd. Testing stations Are being set up by the of committee in co operation with druggists hospitals and health boards and no charges will be made for the tests which or. Hoffmann said will take Only a few moments of the individuals time. There a one Post election comment which he always finds to be timely and which he never fails to make and that is to Point Frankfort by. Nov. A a four men and a woman filed a v o t i n g my per is in the court of appeals j Chines in our appeals filed in vice cases today from fines and jail sentences imposed in Campbell circuit court on conviction of operating houses of prostitution. Those who filed Are Robert roes sle convicted of operating a marijuana Case is submitted a charge against Nelson Stephens 34, Riverside drive Newport of possessing marijuana Friday was taken under submission by judge Eugene Benzinger in Covington police court. The Newport Man was fined $100 and costs and his driving rights recommended for six months suspension on a charge of driving while intoxicated Stephens was arrested several Days ago following an Auto Accident. Fifth and Greenup streets Covington. One marijuana Cigar ret was found in his Possession police said. Cru t in Houe of prostitution at 318 West the disease can be fourth Street. Newport and a wry James Mote Marshall downard. Methods. Or. Hoffmann said but Joy 1 sheriff Bowman and j .150. T j a j11 a Quot Jacqueline Hill convicted of of Betic is found and his Case diag keratin ii a similar House at the nosed these controls cannot be sout West Corner of third and established. Central avenues Newport. In Northern Kentucky last a defendants were fined $200 year 30 cases were discovered in and Kiven a year in jail. The the drive and More than 4,000 tests were made. There is no fund raising in connection with the drive or. Hoffmann stressed and no solicitations Are to be made. It is sponsored by the american diabetes association and the Kentucky medical association. I Tiki raid was made last june 19. Damage suit in Auto Accident Frank Hungler filed it �13,153 firehouse Cid. pro. Damage auit against Joaeph a Den thi tiwctail0 a old Studer 30 Hawthorne Avenue they would be sent to the Citi better phone service sought petitions bearing 250 names of Telephone subscribers in the Taylor Mill area asking for an improvement in service were presented thursday night at a meeting of the Taylor Mill civic association at the Community it. Thomas in the Campbell circuit court Newport Friday which grows out of an automobile Accident dec. 19, 1952. The action filed by attorney Norbert Bishoff charges Hun Gler suffered injuries when a car operated by Studer crashed Zens Telephone co. Covington. Vernon Page chairman of the water committee reported efforts were being made to bring City water to the Community. Frank Ruehmeier president of the Taylor Mill fire depart two populous Northern Kentucky counties. How ridiculous it is to have to wait until thursday to learn the results of a tuesdays election when Jefferson and Fayette counties produce their Complete returns Early the same night of election and How human error in a close contest can change the results the Seesaw finish of the Warren Jolly race As a result of mistakes probably made due to the weariness of Tabulator ought to be a convincing demonstration to both democrats and republicans that voting machines Are needed. It is absurd for the Sake of retaining a Little infrequent two bit patronage to Block voting machines which would Speed up the count make it More accurate and eliminate Many possibilities of fraud. One of the few objectives Stanley Moebus has failed to achieve during his tenure As Campbell county judge has been the acquisition of voting machines. As a nerve frayed victim of the All ton human count. Judge Fred m. Warren or Andy Jolly if a recount upsets results would be the logical Man to bring about this election Reform. Kenton county had a referendum on voting machines several years ago but it was be clouded with a couple of Bond 16 North it. Thomas Avenue paid $20 and posts on a speeding count. A $15 Fine against William Hogle 317 East fifth Street. Newport resulted from failure to have a driving License. Judge Heckerman severely reprimanded four youths and fined one $15 and costs on a speeding charge. Charges of breach of the peace against three others passengers in the Auto were placed on the open docket. Edgar Black Dayton of. And Woodrow Stumbo Silver Grove received suspended fines for operating a vehicle without Drivers License in Possession. Charges of being intoxicated and disorderly conduct brought Fine totalling $70, plus court costs for Columbus Hall 28, Crescent Springs. Judge Heckerman ordered Hall held for grand jury investigation on another charge of carrying a concealed weapon. The accusations against the Kenton count Ian arose from his arrest several weeks ago on Alexandria Pike by patrolman William Wright and Frank Strubbe. Ment discussed plans for civil into one driven by the plaintiff defense for the area. Robert. ,. A Lukowsky. Guru peaker a poke who Chi a a Quot Row. On communism a from the to it. The Mallvil defense Chen. Can be purch., on a rental basis. Firemen save lives of Rawlings twins speedy action by Covington fire department life squad probably saved the lives of a set of four year old twins who were overcome by Gas fumes late thursday. Brought around by squad men then taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital were Pauline and Pearline Rawlings 910 Russell Street. They were later released from the Hospital. Firemen said the fumes probably originated from an improperly vented Gas Heater in a closed room in which the Little girls were sleeping. Squad members worked for 10 minutes before reviving the youngsters. Jurist added. The action filed by attorneys Morris Welntraub and Benjamin Sampson charges errors were made in the tabulation and the return by the Board of election commissioners la not a True return. A had ballots which were erroneously included been excluded and had certain ballots which were erroneously excluded been included the count would have shown the plaintiff to have received a majority the suit asserts. Besides Warren sol Youtsey Democrat Charles Melville Republican and sheriff Ray die bold members of the election commission Are named defendants. A 24-hour guard had been placed on the ballot boxes immediately after the count was completed Edward Sheehan chief Deputy in the office of George j. Kaufmann county clerk stated. He stated this was the usual custom in any close race. Youth nabbed looting station a 17-year-old Cincinnati boy caught breaking into a Gulf Oil station in dry Ridge thursday was being held in Williamstown jail Friday while Fri authorities Are looking into the Case. The youth was Riding in an automobile stolen from the garage of Richard Lauer 1000 Avondale Avenue Cincinnati late wednesday state police reported. State police also questioned the youth about a break in St a Gulf station in Florence but he gave them conflicting stories. The youth was captured by Andy Mcgee owner of to dry Ridge appliance shop. Mcgee who lives next door to the service station operated by Gilbert Vaughn saw the boy enter the building and approached him with a Shotgun. The youth offered no resistance and Mcgee marched him to another service station while Mcgee a wife notified state police. Police said a cig Aret vending machine had been broken into and $33 had been taken. The Only thing missing at the Florence service station owned by William Newman Edgewood was a flashlight. The cig Aret machine was lying on the floor but nothing was taken. The station was broken into late wednesday. Lour ends Dawson Springs ky., nor. 6�?<>p a the Kentucky chamber of Commerce a three Day tour of Industry closed yesterday with the dedication of a 160,000 factory housing the Ottenheimer uniform manufacturing co. Here. Planned in Dayton colonel named Lexington. Ky., nov. 6�?1 organization of a civil defense Lexington ky., nov. 6 unit in Dayton were discussed at i pm William b. Evans of Berea a meeting thursday night in a regular guard on Kentucky sgt Ltd a the University of Ken colonel aerie of Eagle Hall a basketball team has been named Tucky a two Day speech and Dayton. Mayor Walter Pilgrim Cadet colonel and will serve As drama clinic opened today with pledged the City a support. More Wing commander of the schools or. Charlotte i. I a of North than 50 persons attended the air Force Reserve officer train Western University acting As Cawood quarterbacking a continued on Page 9, col. 4 a Quot a a a Siddell congratulated for supporting winners meeting. My program this year. Chief consultant. Election results in Kenton towns he said those who have paid their income tax need not be concerned. The House to House probe will be continued throughout the year whenever the departments Field men have time to make the canvass. O. K. Price was re elected ton 656 Lyman Penn 697clifford Brown 179 Estill Fra a in South it. Mitchell Mavor of Frlan a Houston. 679 b. S. Van Zier 192 Roger Gill 190 Jacob Jame Corcoran was elected mayor of Erlanger Over his Landingham. 696. Austin Mann. Hoffman 336 o. L. Meadows a congratulatory Telegram on the election of a a his tickets was received by mayor Robert Sidell prior to the meeting of the Newport Board of commission thursday night. The Telegram from Chester f. Geaslen. Inca write in candidate was addressed to mayor a a Knute Rockne Sidell and it read a a performance of your four horsemen reflected Good quarterbacking. a the has a sense of humor,�?�1 a nearest rival Robert Hoff-170� Cheater Bonner a at. And a Taylor Underhill. 285 win Quot do Sld a Rem red he Nev a a a civic in sri a Bobd a a so re veda to my Quot we a named found la me Clma Grayson. Lexington coving pro vement ticket swept into there were 827 a a not votes to 3321 by Dunhoft. 304 Carl King. 311 also elect ton Newport Darton it. Thomas. It. Mitchell. Paducah Louisville Hopkinsville. 1 office. A a yet votes. I Joseph Meyrose 320 James mul also elected without opposition the voters however re el8mere voters Claude Hinton As mayor ill James Rhode. J08. pc the 11 c 11 d1 Clar Nch Locum 269 Ilii Titei. A Iowa re Elliot of 837, a a Clarence to a a. A Leonard fall. 826 William Fin othe Pritim to bar on and a a cited a $190,000 sewer Bond i Cho five mba a a Sythe Citi a Lookout Heights the Nern. 841 car Schmidt 855 officials declined to estimate a similar Experiment earlier am0unt of Revenue expected Issue. Zens ticket to the six Man City ticket made a clean sweep Stevenson 835, and Don in the main re. Ran. Council. Hariiet Fisk was elected of offices Over the United ticket. Thomas 832. J. A nay is Rac. Once a a jul dip with 352 votes Robert Rauh Defeated James Day rior rvs Park x a a a business House m Parzuto be received from the Check received 695, Hoffman 611 a George Murrey and Allen Jin for police judge. 137 to 18 re a a cent pm a Eorge 95 000 Silsa x and c1ude Hallsman 16 Millet with 19� and 164 votes suits in the Board of trustees i wet Itji Mes he in taunt or. Propel tax and a Al we a a a a urn mount Frank m. Hill Defeated ?etlv13 he cond and we in Oppold. Five member. To the Board of trustees were Robert Fischer. Commissioner elect who was endorsed and supported by Sidell and liar Gas Cole former inca commissioner who ran Independent in tue Day selection and finished fifth attended the meeting. Flrsher remained for the county orphans Home Wai granted tag Days May 7 and 8. Police chief George Gugel attended the meeting but there was no discussion of his return to work. City manager Oscar Hesch said the chief was a not officially Back at his Post although he has been at his office for the past two Days. Gugel is on a leave of absence Post meeting conference of the requested by him when charges commission. Were returned in the u. S. Dis in the mayors contest Hinton Guire 159 Howard -132 vote. Robot Etler 13t Glen Ston. 183 Jam. Hot Thornton Tench 204 and Elm re non 120. Jon. 117 Sam ,n. 127 l0,1 a proclamation was issued by strict court accusing him of Vio the mayor declaring the period rating the civil rights of a Louis from nov. 11-26 As american Leville photographer in connection As Gion weeks. During the two with a raid on Schmidt a Pl�yto-6. Week period the american be prium. East fifth Street several revealed that an average of one due will be made when invest a Ford Nuxoll for police judge out of five businesses in the gators Call on the Homes. Their 702 to 632. N a three towns failed to file state finding will be sent to Frank Council candidates received the Toca me tax returns. Fort and turned Over to the in following votes Charlea Kreutz Ray Herrmann won office As Charles rash or 116 Carl or to a a or a Quot a Rritt a a drive. I the weekly payroll of $4.986 Surve. As ,.?com tax division which or 643, John Mckinley 647 Vernon police chief with 312 votes to Scheper 117, and John eith a Newport Lions club was Given and the semimonthly payroll of Frank Dickey sufi. 1115. The top five candidate permission to solicit funds dec. $25.957 were approved at the results in the Council contest a Csere elected. I. Continued a rage 1l col. 3 11 and 12 and the Campbell meeting. Richard Schneeman 59 Richard to Wui Institute membership months ago. Doug Faria of the investigation Contact delinquents and notify Nix 646 Thomas Rechtin 615-division. Bem of the amount due. Raymond Reid 597 James thex

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