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Cincinnati Kentucky Times Star (Newspaper) - November 7, 1953, Cincinnati, OhioKentucky weather Snow flurries High near 40� saturday. Low Early sunday 26. Sunday cold. Saturday november 7, 1953 Kentucky Tilles Star �7? a published As the first j Section the Cincinnati times Start a i in #1 l phone i 4320 24 pages be St Carrier do Pur vat. 30c y Newport Holmes Stream Wehrman Aurandt break near even in Dixie precincts a breakdown votes in the judge William Wehrman Harry Cappy Aurandt race for Kenton county judge showed that the Dixie Highway communities were about split even in their sentiments for the two candidates. Wehrman democratic incumbent was elected by 3,423 votes Over Aurandt Covington attorney in tuesdays regular election. By strange coincidence Wehrmann a Lead at the end 109 precincts was 3,423 votes the same margin he won by when the anal count was completed for the county a 146 precincts. This would indicate that the favourable vote Given Wehrman in Covington Ludlow and Bromley wherein most the 109 precincts were located was a deciding Factor in the outcome the race. The Republican candidate however carried Park Hills. Erlanger it. Mitchell. South Hills and Edgewood. He lost South it. Mitchell Elsmere it. Wright and Crescent Springs. The vote in those communities where the Kenton county water commission was a Campaign Issue stood is follows Wehrman. Aurandt. South it. Mitchell. 566 522 Park Hills. 474 553 Crescent Springs. 200 138 Edgewood. 113 145 it Wright. 191 146 it. Mitchell. 108 150 South Hills. 78 97 Erlanger. 508 791 Elsmere. 390 358 judge Wehrman lost his Home precinct it. Mitchell by 42 a otes while Aurandt won his Home precinct fifth Ward m in Covington by four votes. The incumbent judge carried All Covington a six wards winning the City by 2,948 votes. He also won Ludlow 1,237 to 747, Salt Bromley 214 to 169. Votes in other towns and county areas by precincts follows Wehrman. Aurandt. Bracht station. 76 29 Davidson. 81 42 Decoursey. 42 56 Forest Hills. 95 80 Grants Bend. 43 29 Independence. 182 117 Kenton Vale. 38 24 Nicholson. 110 74 Richardson. 22 32 Rush. 154 131 Sandford town. 93 77 Stephenson. 53 55 Taylor Mill. 204 208 Tranter s248 314 Visalia. 38 65 Whites Tower. 5 103 Winston Park. 88 79 Aurandt issued the following statement a i want to offer my sincere thanks to the citizens Kenton county including the More than 3,000 democrats who voted for me. It was with great humility mixed with a natural Pride that i watched the vote tally and realized that so Many voters both parties gave my program their Confidence. I shall always be most grateful to St. Patrick War vets sponsor dance six Young people Hurt in Ludlow collision at Post place ladies auxiliary St. Patrick Catholic War veterans will hold a dance saturday nov. 7, from 9 p. To 1 a. M., in the Shamrock room St. Patrick school fourth and Philadelphia streets Covington. Music will be provided by the three notes orchestra. Mrs. Jane Donnell colonial 2073, is in charge tickets. Com Mitte women pictured Are seated left to right mrs. Jean Byrley mrs. Lucille sketch mrs. Abbie Krummen chairman and mrs. Mae Simpson standing mrs. Ellen Collins mrs. Catherine due mrs. Mary Ann Stewart and mrs. Of Donnell. Kentucky kernels by litre Lufberry the strongest animal in Kenton county is still As it has been for 21 years the rooster demo cratic that is. It continues to have enough heft to lift any party nominee Over difficult hurdles and haul him safely across the finish line. However More and More Kenton county voters no longer be luxe enough to pull judge Wehrman through to Victory. Had other democratic nominees and their supporters not Felt constrained to pull for straight ticket voting for their own Protection because the entry a nearly Complete Republican ticket for the first time in a score years the result the judges race might have been different. Kenton republicans however should not be dismayed by their defeat. Today a Kentucky times Star editorial discusses their role in local politics. It it it for one who was elected Kenton county commissioner by Only a one vote margin four Lieve they will politic in per i tto�?Tn01?/ they a a a and a a a we a catch a candidate whose ? court tight Reorg. W. Stefa. Name appears Cabin. Under the log Ford ran a most impressive race rolling up a 10,603 majority though the. Rest the demo tin Ronnhi Rifle. Who were run-1 capable Young Man who x1cin�?o�?zt"tyh.t targe to a Uto Tobolt aug not in the Reguia election 11,500, with a ratio about whirl we Only a Tito too a a a Start do tvs Otto Tver a Irry k. Aurandt Wuh Quot majority 3,423. Besides the a sentence announcement democrats who voted for a majority republicans there obviously were several thousand who a a scratched in this race Only. In addition 1,515 others who went to the polls apparently democrats did not vote at All for county judge. Nevertheless the plea Feu party regularity was made last Spring. Continued Page t col. 3 water shortage Manchester ky., nov. 7 a up a unless the City gets rain soon officials said its water Supply will be exhausted in 30 Days. Disorderly Man ordered from Dayton a Beattyville by Man faced a 30-Day jail sentence saturday if he should Ever return to Dayton police chief John Moran reported. Ordered out town after appearing in police court Friday night a it a a disorderly conduct charge was Luther Asherafe 35, who also was f ined $25 and costs by judge Arthur Hebe the same count. The court was told Ashcraft argued with his landlord and Landlady at 764 third Avenue oct. 30 and kicked Over a stove which started a $150 Blaze. Jesse Gaines 40 Butler Street Ludlow and Wendell Mckinney Falmouth were fined $75 and costs charges being drunk. Charles Schuerman 62 Mary Inglis Highway was fined $20 and costs for reckless driving and disorderly conduct. Children flee burning Home damage by Are to an upstairs room in the seven room Frame dwelling orig Fox three mile Road cold Spring saturday was estimated at $2,000, according to assistant chief de Worthington Highland Heights Volunteer fire department. Or. And mrs. Fox and their several children escaped unhurt when a defective flue ignited the structures Wall and threatened to raze the entire House. Firemen arrived in time to confine the flames to the one room. They would have been hampered by the Lack water had not a sufficient amount been in the pumper tanks the chief related. Old building stands Centennial Celebration at Carrollton Church Celebration the Centennial the St John Catholic pariah at Carrollton ky., is to be observed 10 30 a. Sunday nov. 15, with solemn pontifical mass to be offered by Bishop William t. Mulloy Covington. The Rev. Joseph j. Side pastor the Church said the pariah was established the same year As the coving ton diocese was constituted. The original Catholic Church at Carrollton was abandoned in 1902 with another Structure begun that year and finished 1n 1916. The parochial school staffed by franciscan nuns was opened in 1868. The Sisters notre Dame St. Joseph Heights have the faculty now. The Church which is French gothic has been renovated and the entire Interior repainted. The Sanctuary work is in Fresco Gold and red. The older Church which still stands and is used As an auditorium combines colonial architecture with a modified gothic which is highlighted with stained Glass designs the main which is a Rose window Over the doorway the Church. Father Sieg has been pastor the Church for 23 years. He came to Carrollton from St. William Church. Williamstown la 1910. Rites monday for War hero requiem High mass will be Sung ins t. Mary Cathedral monday at 9 a. For Marine pfc Louis Baldwin 20-year-old son . And mrs. Louis l. Baldwin 2216 Sterrett Avenue Covington who was killed in action in Korea july 26, 1953, while serving with the second battalion first Marine division. Burial will be in St. Mary cemetery it. Mitchell directed by Lynne Mann funeral Home Covington. Prior to induction into the service in september 1951, baldwins As a machine operator for Premier industries Covington. Also surviving Are four so Sele not my Mon wife s pors Stonco Cleon Mote the persistence a Covington soldiers wife and a letter drafted for her in the times Star newsroom brought in admission from the army saturday that it was in error in announcing the i Aldier had been absent without leave. A he Soldier pvt. Herschel e. Lawson 31, 91$ main Street Covington had paid another Soldier $150 keep his name from a korean shipment list the army at Camp Stoneman calif., reported in the original release. The second Soldier who failed to make Good his Promise faces court martial next week. The release also stated that pvt. Lawson had gone awol and returned but the times Star the insistence the wife mrs. Hilda Lawson that this was incorrect did not publish that army statement. To assist mrs. Lawson in clarifying tha awol Contention a reporter helped her draw up a letter to Camp Stoneman officers asking for a recheck. Saturday that army told the associated press that a mix up in records caused the erroneous awol announcement and that pvt. Lawson had not been absent. N a a in a so glad the army admitted its mistake a a mrs. Lawson told a reporter saturday. A i knew Herschel had t been awol. I had seen him an duty at Camp Stoneman when he was posted awol and thought the records had been corrected when i received n letter from the assistant adjutant last july expressing regret Over the error.1 the pries finally setting the record straight was cheap. It Cost mrs. Lawson her lunch hour tuesday when she talked with a reporter at the times Star and a six cent airmail stamp the letter inquiry mailed wednesday. Swindle suspect held by police Edward Monfort 39, homeless saturday was under investigation Tor allegedly defrauding merchants by soliciting advertising space the covers for parochial school textbooks police reported. Merchants in the East end Bellevue and Dayton ky., were victimized according to patrolmen John Hicks and Francis Heitker who arrested Monfort six Young people were injured Early saturday when their westbound automobile snapped one pole and crashed into another at Post place and Ludlow Highway police reported. All removed by Ludlow Rescue squad to St. Elizabeth Hospital they were treated and dismissed. Time the crash was 5 15 s. Officers said. The Driver William Priestle 20, 518 Central Avenue Newport who suffered a nose bleed and possible Chest injury told officers he probably dozed Acton Jig to the police report. He was charged with reckless driving. Hla companions and their injuries were Martha Webster 19, 17 Southview Avenue it Thomas forehead but Gladys Morrow. 7, 17 Southview Avenue. It. Thomas foot but and Chin Abr salons Marian Winkler. 32. Ill pleasant Street. Bromley forehead but and leg abrasions Robert Small. 19, in West eighth Street Newport Scalp Cuto and ankle abrasions and Larry worst. 18. Ii Arnold Avenue it Thoms nose but. Two persons were injured recounting ballots in the arly �a5? in an Auto Acci Quot Campbell county judgeship race f a in a a our in which Fred j. Warren re Warsaw attendants at St Warren Jolly recount set for monday publican Defeated a. J. Jouy Democrat by 14 votes according Elizabeth Hospital reported. Leroy Elliott 25, Crescent to the official a Lection result will Springs suffered outs an the fact begin at 9 30 s. A monday Clr Ond Kenneth Small Cuit court judge Ray l. Murphy Wood 22, Lou Laville sustained said saturday. Cuts the forehead attendants said. Judge Murphy said a probably will turn actual supervising the recount Over to master commissioner Norbert Roll. Murphy said a number cases set in circuit court including a manslaughter charge scheduled Tor monday will occupy his time after he officially gets the recount under Way. Recount was sought behalf Jolly through a petition filed by Morris Weintrub. Warren will be represented in the recount proceedings by Henry Cook Odia w. Bertels Man and Lorimer Scott. A motion was filed saturday with judge Murphy listing the Trio Veteran Republican attorneys As counsel for Warren. Weintrub and Ben Sampson will represent Jolly. Weintrub was re elected state representative tuesday. He is Newport City solicitor and Sampson is assistant City solicitor. Manslaughter Case dismissed both men were released after treatment. Details the Accident were not Learned. Judge pro tem Robert Lukow sky in Kenton county court saturday dismissed a manslaughter charge against Fred Patterson 53, 6517 Meis Avenue North College Hill filed after the traffic death retired army Msj. Lew a Lxi Tiff visa sit m. Noble 50. Formerly it a i Knox by. The sex officer Wasif to Lientam killed Dixie Highway Els a a Ederly 1 Cater gambling order issued in Newport Newport City manager Oscar Husch saturday had instructed police chief George Gugel to make sure that gambling and vice operation in the City were not resumed in the Wake the City administration Victory in the election tuesday. The City manager said the order to the chief came As the result a reported re Morse that attempts would be made to reopen by certain operators. A police Are to make a Complete investigation these reports and see to it that these operations Are not resumed a Hesch said. Detectives said they had checked a number places which had formerly housed gambling earlier in the week and discovered no violations. Wildcats tally 13-12 Victory Ludlow tops camels in mild upset by Tom Kramer forget the record books As far a Covington Newport Scholastic Gridiron warfare is concerned. Coach Bob Miller and a band Gallant Newport Public wildcats did exactly that Friday night by staging the upset the Northern Kentucky season with a 13-12 win Over the previously unbeaten Holmes bulldogs at tha Covington stadium. Ludlow panthers pulled a mild upset Friday night with their 12-7 decision Over the Campbell county camels at Rigney stadium. In other Friday Grid action Dixie height belted the Highlands bluebirds 20-7 Erlanger Lloyd tripped Dayton 25-0, and Beech Wood ended its season with a 13-0 Victory dvar Cincinnati country Day. The Newport Victory not Only halted an eight game win Streak the Holme Emen but dimmed their Chantea for the Nikac championship. In the win lost column Dixie Heights 8-1 now leads the conference Parade followed by Holmes 5-1erlanger Lloyd 9-2newport Public 3-2-1 sad Highlands 4-3. Final games the season Are tap next week Tor eight local elevens. Beechwood Erlanger and Ludlow closed Friday night. Newport Public 13, Holmes 12 rated three touchdown underdogs the wildcats gave notice they were going to be hard to get along with a they pushed Over a touchdown in the opening two minutes play. The new porters tallied again in the second period to hold a 13-0 half irae margin. Tom Ellis bulldog Grid men came Back with a pair third Quarter to a but missed both conversion attempts. Holmes drove deep into Wildcat territory in the final chapter but was unable to strike pay dirt. Taking the opening Lekoff the new porters went 87 Yards in three plays to hold a $-0 command. Bob Taylor gained 25 Yarda in a Quick opener. A Den Wals to Don Harris pass advanced the pigskin to the helmet 34. After the wildcats were penalised five Yards Taylor a noted 39 Yarda for the six Pointer. Kick Tow the extra Point was wide. The second Newport touchdown came Early in the second period after the Wildcat blocked a Holmes punt and recovered the bulldog 28. A Walt pass to Harris gave Newport a first Down the Holmes nine and tha next play wait later aled to Jiff Woods who heaved a pass to Harris in the end zone. Taylor converted. J Holmes finally managed to score Early in the third Quarter a tha bulldogs marched 60 Yards with fullback Gordon Bryson ramming Over from the one Yard Stripe. Rod Bagby a kick for tha extra Point was wide. The Covington team added its second to minutes later after blocking a Newport punt. Bryson picked up tha Ball and dashed 39 Yards for tha Marker. A pass for tha extra Point attempt Faila re Dixie Heights 20, Highlands ? the once beaten Little colonels Dixie Heights chalked up no the Highlia 20-7, in their Nikac meeting Friday night at it. Thomas. The the tar eighth win the season by Downing the Highlands Bluebird Mere oct. 29, when he stepped work installing. A a drive a to tote dam a Iid Kiln la Plora me to Var new screen Mann. Ton has been completed and Movle goers will be Able to View tha theater a first 3-d offering sunday. The attraction will be a charge at Feather River a with Guy Madison and Frank Lovejoy. Maysville ky., nov. 7�? the management announced to Pye Robert Brown Sidell 47, a the the latest Type glasses a restaurant operator died must for 3-d films will be used arsenic kills Claysville Man to View the pictures. The new giant screen was installed primarily for the new arsenic poisoning Friday Hospital officials said. His wife in. Minnie Hooks. Sidell was quoted by police As cinemascope pictures which can saying her husband became 111 viewed without glasses since about an hour after drinking be screen is curved to provide from a bottle containing Paris depth. It is 19 feet High and Green. 25 feet Long. A the Robe a is the a i must Heve gotten hold Ltd a cinemascope picture re iat Friday. Mon fort Quot allegedly the wrong bottle mrs. Sidell Jaseck thus far. Obtained $10 to $20 from each a husband As saying merchant they added. Ters mrs. Helen Ann Wolfe and mrs. Ruth Good hew both priv Mon Covington mrs. Doris Chapman. R Oua porn month o., and in. I it pack from age a Seattle nov. 7�? the Peterson ols Angeles and four Brothers Edwin Ludlow Kenneth stationed at it. Knox with the u. S. Army and Robert and Lawrence both Covington. Pohlmann Lin Noraann Post veterans foreign wars and Norman Jsmes poet american Kon will conduct military friends May Call at the funeral Home sunday from 2 to 10 p. Baldwin was a member the Irish club Northern Kentucky. Officers said. School lost Shelbyville ky., nov. 7 jpy the Cropper elementary school and its gymnasium were u8ns run ton tvs was estimated at Mora than $10,000 by school officials. Go to Church Kenton county listening poet committee says a prayer is the Little implement through which men reach where presence to denied to Church Here today from the far East with these Northern kentuckians aboard Alc. Jackie Doylejr a Mays Hek Herp. Leroy j. Goeta Covington Etc charter l. Kar Dos jr., Covington Sal chief radio technician will fee Hibbard u8n. And Watfa Cov it Ofca a a Gas storage Owensboro ky., nov. 7�? a Texas Gas transmission co. Will put in a 8,000,000,000 cubic foot underground Gas Reservoir in Henderson county soon to fur Niah customers there and at Evansville ind., with More new Regent Frankfort ky., nov. 7�? Isip a a. F. Reed Drift is now a member Morehead state colleges Board regents. He was appointed yesterday by governor Lawrence wether by to succeed Edwin r. Price Wheelwright resigned. Dix Lemen tallied in each the opening three periods while the bluebirds Lone to tame in the second chapter. Midway in the initial Quarter the colonels drove 76 Yard with halfback Tom Fry slicing Over from the two Yard Stripe. Fry converted and Dixie led 7-0. The visitors made it 14-0 in the second period when quarterback Bill Sharkey Rusk connected an 18-Yard scoring pass to end Bob Scott. Fry again added the extra Point. Highlands took Tetha air late in the second Quarter to come up with its Lone to. With quarterback Barry Albershart passing the Birds moved to the Dixie eight. From there Albershart passed to Bob Stegemen in the end Sone for the score. Albershart converted and the halftime score was 14-7 in Dixie a favor. The colonels clinched the contest with a third period touchdown. A 27-Yard pass play from Fry to Scott accounted for to Dixie six Pointer. The extra Point attempt failed. Erlanger 25, Dayton 0 Charlie Ransler a juggernauts Erlanger Lloyd rang Down the curtain a most successful season with Friday nights 2�-0 Conquest the Dayton Green devils at the Erlanger stadium. The win gave the a jugs a season record seven victories and Tyfo defeats. The Lloyd men scored once in the opening period twice in Tho second Quarter and tallied their final Marker in the third stanza. Halfback George Ratcliff scored a pair Tda a for Erlanger while Irv Etlor and Bill Rigsbee each had a single six Pointer. Ratcliff smashed Over from seven Yards out to give Erlanger a 6-0 advantage at the Quarter. Second period Tda a were credited to Ratcliff a one Yard plunge and Rigsbee who sliced Over from the two Yard line. The final juggernaut touchdown came in the third Quarter Etler a two Yard plunge. The contest closed regular season play for the defending Champion Dayton Grce devils who failed to win in nine games. The Greenier meet Raceland in the first Dayton boosters bowl game next saturday night at Davis Field in Dayton. Ludlow 12, Campbell county 7 the panthers at Ludlow High had to wait until their final game the season before chalking up their first Victory. It came Friday night As l. E. Oakley s Ludlow Crew overcame a 7-> deficit to defeat the Campbell county camels 12-7, at Rigney stadium. Campbell county marched 62 Yards for a first Quarter touchdown with Dick Slocum climaxing the drive with Hla one Yard payoff plunge. Roder added the extra Point and the Camela were in front 7-0 at Tho Quarter. Ludio bounced right Back. The panthers struck pay dirt Early in the second period when Ray Vance dashed eight Yarda for the tally. They added the game winning to later in the period As Joe Daley ran 18 Yards Over right tackle for the Panther score. Both conversion attempts failed. Beechwood 13, country Day 0 playing their first Home football game in the history the South it. Mitchell school Edgar Mcnabb s Beechwood tigers closed the 1953 Campaign Friday afternoon with a 13-0 Triumph Over Cincinnati country Day. The beeches own a 5-3 Mark for the season. Is the Beechwood team turned a country Day Fumble into a second Quarter touchdown. The tigers recovered a country Day Bobble the indians 45-Yar&Ltf line. With Allen fostered Abbott and Bill Blasl Ngare running the Ball the beeches moved to the country Day six from where Blasingame went Over for the to. Jim Rice a conversion attempt was blocked and Beechwood held a 6-0 halftime Lead. The kentuckians struck pay dirt again late in the third period. Foster climaxed a 63-Yard Beechwood March by going the final eight Yards. Rice booted the extra Point. The beeches were the country Day two Yard line when the contest ended. Fri probe asked City attorney patrolman accused by Union Leader Louisville ky., nov. 7�? a a the Fri was requested yesterday to investigate a Union organizers charges that Falmouth ky., officials violated her civil rights. The complaint was made by miss Olga Moranski International organizer for the Al United garment workers Union and presented the the Fri by Sam Ezellas Secretary treasurer tha Kentucky federation labor. Edward l. Boult special agent in charge the Louisville Fri office said be would Forward the request to the Justice department immediately. T else Moranski claimed City attorney h. B. Best and patrolman Edward Thomas informed her a we done to want the Union Here a and refused to let her Contact workers at the Falmouth co a textile Plant that began operations three weeks age with 36 trainees. In confirming mias Moranski s complaint Thomas and Best declared a nobody has tried to put he out town. If she wants to talk to the workers she should go to their Thomas also asserted a people in general done to want any Union in Falmouth

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