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Cincinnati Kentucky Times Star (Newspaper) - November 7, 1953, Cincinnati, OhioHuza Kentucky times Star John Emmett business manager. Hemlock i330 Joseph h. Dress Man. Editor. Odie. �1 seat Sirni crr Taitum i Kihm Itab a my a my a 4 but huh ill in tide Cincinnati. Ohl Aso first Imus at in cute Lazau Tomas Star. Knt Arad a a i�e�4-Cltm Ait str. Am. It. Let the Cincinnati. Ohm. Art at 187�. Kernels continued from Pace 1 keeping up with Stiles Steinford outran the previous a a champs campaigner on the fiscal court George Digger Kruempelman whose majority was 9,464 Over i. R. Hicks or. Hicks Campaign was less vigor will be the Ous than Mosery a and at the fourth step in height of the Campaign he left a program of Kenton county for several weeks a making them to attend an automobile Agency pay up that school began in 1948. Steinford a race is an Indica the person Tion of the popularity of his Ai v i s i t s by. A a a a _., Independence on the fiscal court t h e Revenue the nation. They did Well in Campbell county and in incidentally he did not appear department s Fayette county they reversed the trend by toppling the on judge Wehrmann selection Field men Are eve telecast. Kruempelman did. Designed to by Sam v. Stiles saturday november 7, 1953_ Kenton gop guilds for future republicans suffered reverses in Kentucky and Frankfort ky., nov. 7�? the states House to House canvass of income tax dodgers Start i n g monday earn in democrats from 20 years of Power. The Fayette upset was the result of a steady build up of gop strength in the county. As the democratic Louisville courier journal says of Fayette returns a people grew weary of tight democratic control and of the same old faces year after year on democratic Campaign posters. The republicans were smart enough to put up some new and younger there is a hopeful message in the Fayette results for Kenton county Republican whose entire ticket went Down to defeat tuesday. They should not be discouraged after years of a starvation diet the Kenton gop could not be expected to compete with the democratic party in the matter of Campaign funds or organization. Nevertheless the republicans put up a spirited fight and constructed the framework for a stronger organization in the future. The most heartening development for the republicans is the enlistment of the ability and Energy of Fine Young men like Robert Guillaume Tom Moser i. R. Hicks or. And others who took part in the Campaign. It is youth upon which the party can build for the future. Republicans must resign themselves to being the minority party in Kentucky and in Kenton county. But for a democracy to function properly there must be an Active and vocal minority party. A one party system smack of totalitarianism and is not conducive to the Best government. Before the Roosevelt Era the republicans frequently captured county offices in Kenton. They can do it again for thousands of democrats would like the Opportunity to reject one or More nominees of their party. By providing a ticket at each local election the gop will prevent the virtual disfranchisement of republicans and Independent which has prevailed in Kenton for Many year. Though Kenton republicans cannot expect Many major Plum of office and patronage for year to come they will grow Strong in proportion to the Energy they expand in their cause. And they will play a necessary role in the american form of government. St. Patrick win Maysville by nov. 7�? of St. Patrick opened the High school Cage season Here last night with a 50-43 Triumph Over the Minerva maroons. The Fleming is Victor Orangeburg. Ky., nov. 7�? Fleming county panthers were ahead throughout As they opened the High school basketball Campaign with a 74-44 Victory Over Home club led. 15-9, at the our the Orangeburg tigers Here last ter,-29-15 at halftime and 42-36 night it Quarter scores were 14-6, after three periods._33_,9 and 55_2e in Fleming county s favor. The new a Bellevue a �?t0ni8nt�? rest. Armit roof in a cml fifty Joe you hrs a also Bra darted cry Fri his a Dalton ride a8ain�?� sunday and monday Jam Russell Mamun Honroe my urn plus Dennis and Patrlik Kniten a flame of Calcutta Quot in Baan Tinl my sincera thank to hit voter and my Many friends for their support in my re election. Carl w. Witte City clerk Dayton by. A politics advertisement Hiland it. Thomas free parking lot on Miller s Lens open Fri. Sat., Sun. Only Tor tight cans Barry Ann Sullivan War of the worlds sivb1v Rita Hayworth a a Salome Tony Curtis la american l a off a�a�tow4 iowan Maxman j they ii Rote its ame in fire and gun smoke across the Western skies a or Jeanne Dale mra Crain Robertson a also cartoon 3 big cartoons biggest majority in Kenton however waa that piled up by Jailer Bill Knauft nearly 11,500. This reminds us to report the Early entries in the democratic Winter Book for sheriff in 1957 Knauf. In Kenton with the Barking of the Remdt Carr forces and county commissioner James bus Clark in Campbell. Incidentally. Just four years a of this column named Campbell sheriff elect Ai Howe As the probable gop nominee for the Post in 1953. It it dear luf v friends and supporters of Fred m. Warren the Winner in the race Lor Campbell county judge believe a recount will result in a More resounding Victory. Many of the persons who assisted in the vote tabulation were unsuited for the performance of such important task. During a recount Only persons of top notch experience Are engaged for that purpose. Every precaution will be taken to insure and safeguard the interests of both Warren and Jolly. Maybe that accounts for the fact that the smart a a liberals Are not backing Andy this time. They know when they Are beaten. Slim Salley a v. Sati Grid scores by the associated press Duia Etc Lyhu 30 it hands 7. Erla Niar Lloyd 35. Dayton 0. Ludlow 13. Campbell county 7 Newport Public 13. Coven ton Holme 13 Loul Villa manual 34. It. Sterlyn 7. Raceland a. Kim 0. Fern Creek 13. Loule tue Southern s. Beechwood 13. Cincinnati country Day 0. Cum bar land 3d Lor All 7. Harlan 3ft. Mledd Hatboro 13. May Ltd 31. Tutell Volle 0. Lex in ton Lafayette 39. Lexington Henry Clay 9. Frankfort 34. An Mon 6. Shalby Llla 36, Sokhorn 16. Han Darton 41, Morcan Leld 30. Sturde 30. Mad Leonville 14. Loud Villa 8t. Xavier 41. Valley 36. Paducah to Lehman 37. Lettla Rock ark., 19 Bowlin Oraen 30. 13. Franklin so Paon 13. Of Wansboro 13 a. Murray 14. Princeton 0. Marlon 14. Trl county Fulton 81, South Fulton Tenn a. Danville 37. Harrod Ebur 13. Loul Villa Mala s. Louls Llla Eastern 3 sch grovers lose Cage tilts Covington Catholic colonels dropped a 58-42 decision to Kings Mill o�?T., in their High school basketball meeting Friday night at first District school in Covington. The colonels were behind 21-19 at halftime. King and Schuler sparked the state income taxes the same As catch the fellow who somehow has managed to keep his name off the state income tax Rolls. Commissioner of Revenue Robert h. Allphin said the Check up will be made during the coming week in 32 cities and will be extended to All other cities and to the Rural areas. Asked How Long it will last he replied Quot whatever time it he said other states have made spot checks from time to time Quot but so far As he knows this will be the first thorough House to House canvass in any state. A it a the Campaign to catch who have never made income tax returns la the natural complement to the drive that s been stepped up in the last 12 months to collect from who make income tax returns and then fall to pay. Probably few people Realise the full extent of this Effort or that an average of 450 suits a month Are being filed against this Type of tax evaders. A a a Strong impetus has been Given the a pay up program by the fact that Kentucky a general fund Revenue is running 18.6 per cent behind last year and in commenting on the departments efforts commissioner Allphin said a we feel that in our program to collect these taxes we Are Only playing fair with the people who Are paying them and also it will mean a whole lot More dollars which the state it it it the first systematic Effort to collect All income taxes due taken in 1948 after the general Assembly finally yielded to the Revenue departments Appeal of a give us More Money and Well collect More taxes a was to photograph Federal income tax returns made in Kentucky and go after those whose names weren to on the state Rolls. The increase in the departments appropriations for operating expenses also made possible a thorough Check with employers on amounts paid to workers. The third step was filing suits on every account due big or Little. The House to House visits make the fourth step and there May be a fifth one legislation to require employers to withhold Thomas. It. Mitchell Paducah. Mayfield Owensboro Henderson Louisville and its suburbs Middlesboro Corbin Hazard Pikeville Irvine. Maysville Danville Bowling Green Glasgow Russellville Elizabethtown Central City Hopkinsville made Sonville Princeton and Hardinsburg. Education week observed in Catholic diocese deaths in Kentucky Roy c Peirce services will be held tuesday . Ora r. Hodges services will be held monday her husband Carroll Johnson a daughter . Cloyd Norman Covington a sister . Frank Kiesewetter Covington two grandchildren and a great grandchild. At 2 p. M. At Radel funeral Home i. _ t re nut w friends May Cau a the funeral Newport for Roy c. Peirce. 80, a 2 p m at Bend Home after 2 p m saturday. 271 Foote Avenue Bellevue a Church Boone county for . Retired Engineer at the main Post a Ora r. Hodges 78, 54 Highway office in Cincinnati who died Ludlow a Boone county Resi saturday at Home. Burial will Dent most of her life who died Cecil d. services will be held monday i lildred and . Bellevue a son Benjamin Cincinnati nine grandchildren and the Covington Catholic Dio i to great grandchildren Cesan school system is observe friends May Call at the funeral ing american education week a Home monday after 3 p. M. Through nov. 14 with a new pro . Mary e. Spaulding be in Evergreen. J Friday night at Booth Hospital at Lystra Church of Christ Peirce was a member of or. J Covington. Burial will be in the Mason for Cecil d. Delaney 55, Corinth a Farmer who died Friday at Cincinnati Good Samaritan Hospital. He will be Laid out at his residence sunday. Surviving Are his widow Flora three sons Russell Willlams town Howard Covington and Dewey Corinth a daughter . Lucille Hammonds Corinth three Brothers Guy Floyd and Ethel and five grand Ouam Westwood Council Cin i Church cemetery directed by Cannati for 64 years. He also j Catherman funeral Home Lud was a member of Calvary meth of Odist Church Bellevue. Surviving Are Tuyo sons Ken a native of Kentucky Pierce no the Covington and Chester leaves two daughters . Mary jy"1 by she resided a sister e. Hall with whom he resided . Lillian Berkle Aurora ind., Gaeddert and two grandchildren. Friend May Call at the funeral Home sunday after 3 p. M. Gram entitled Parent teacher individual conference. Valentine Utzinger services for Valentine Utzig All Corinth a a a a _ _ children or 82, Boone county Fanner will the Elliston amp Stanley funeral a Jervice will he held sunday be held at 2 p m sunday at the Home Williamstown is m charge service win de Neia sunday . Pm mtg 1_______ the Rev. John Elsaesser As f f Ith. Re Bullock Boone county memorial 0f arrangements. A a at 2 30 p m at Smith amp Shean funeral Home Hebron with -5 Litant superintendent of Educa bang funeral Home Grants. reme 2elt if 0,.jc.h la it. Tor or. Mary e. Spauld a Sujal a a a a Here a a to Surg Ceme elementary child Are invited to inc 58 Pimsant Rudff a. Terv Boone county. Come to the school to meet with Belg co unt who died a rid Utzinger who died thursday the Pupil teacher to discuss no Home it burial win a be in god. At a Only the Scholastic Progress but a re Viller a Terv i leaves the whole child including his surviving Are three Brothers ohioans with 17 and 15 Points respectively. High for Covington Catholic was Tiejian with 14 tallies. Covington Catholic reserves won the opener 34-33. In another Friday night contest Falmouth red devils stepped outside the pen a Gran conference to inflict a 58-42 defeat on the Silver Grove big trains at the losers court. Falmouth held a 30-22 halftime margin. Leading scorers were t. Miller with 11 for Falmouth and t. J. Goodwin with a dozen for Silver Grove. Carroll Barth and Coleman Arthur each chipped in with 11 Silver Grove Points. / Morgan Hoo men rout Sadieville Morgan raiders with Phillip Wood and Sonny Wilson each pitching in 21 Points walloped the Sadieville eagles 73-44, in a Tias brought in is shown by reve _ pen a Gran conference department records. In the pm Ujj Knock they now do Federal income taxes. The Revenue department has Long wanted that. Questioned about the possibility this week governor Lawrence Wetherby explained a the Revenue department is studying every phase of the entire tax collection program but the study Hasni to been completed and no decision can be made the systematic program for collecting income taxes is a far step from the old practice of trusting that everybody whose income waa Large enough would file a return and of suing Only for the Large sums due from those who filed but did no to pay. The Little Fellows were sent several Dunning letters and then passed up. How much the decision to file a Quot a a cordons to of suit for every mount , due child including his total character development and Progress in studies. The individual conference system is to be conducted twice a year after nov. 13 and april 2. Father Elsaesser said the purpose of the conference system a is to enable the parents to see that there is a common Bond Between the Parent and the teachers in that both Are interested in the total welfare of the child. It is not merely to be a phase of a Parent teacher father Elsaesser explained that a report card will be issued to each Parent at this individual meeting so the Parent will have a permanent record of the child a Progress. The conference is. Scheduled to take but five to ten minutes of the parents time. Warrant names robbery suspect an armed Roberry warrant naming Douglas l. Eglian 22, Scott Street Covington As the Bandit who held up schillings drive in restaurant Dixie Highway it Mitchell of $60 on oct. 22, was issued in Kenton county court saturday. It was to be served sometime Russell and Gussie Reed at Home and John Reed Newport and three Sisters . Visa Prickett it. Thomas . Nettie Risch Newport and Home near Burlington a brother Julius Utzinger Taylorsport ky., and several nieces and nephews. Mrs. Betty Tanner services will be held tuesday m. At Allison amp Rose miss at 2 p a Hezel Reed at Home. Funeral Home Covington for friends May Call at the funeral Betty Tanner 55, 439 West . 1576 a Al on. Bet. 7th and St. Coven too continuous 11 to 11 a today a Bing Crosby Claud Dauphin a Little boy lost sunday Home saturday after 4 p m. Mrs. Minnie schoenling requiem High mass will be Sung in holy Cross Church eleventh Street Newport who died Friday at Booth Hospital Covington. Burial will be in Independence cemetery. Mrs. Tanner an employee of tuesday at 9 a. M. For West Side hotel Newport leaves Mary schoenling 75, 4206 wins of he Aba a a Richard a brother ton Avenue Covington who died Friday at Home. Burial will be in Mother of god cemetery directed by Connley funeral Home Covington. Mrs. Schoenling was a member of St. Helen ladies society of holy Cross Church. Surviving Are her husband Jacob a daughter . Louise Egge meow Covington a sister . Lena Leiser Cincinnati three Brothers Joseph Reinert Norwood Fred Reinert Hamilton o., and Peter Reinert Erie mich., and two grandchildren. Friends May Call at the funeral Home monday from 2 to 10 p. M. Carrie Ann sheriff services will be held monday at 1 p. M. At Allison and Rose funeral Home Covington for Carrie Ann sheriff 10-month-old daughter of or. And . Saturday on Eglian in Newport jail where he is held for Belle vue authorities. Eglian has been Donald sheriff 818 Greer ave called the paper sack Bandit nue Covington who died Satur because he has placed loot taken Day at Booth Hospital coving a robberies into a paper sack ton. Burial will be in Forest before fleeing. The warrant was signed by Mary Lou Nixon 20 East fifth Street Covington a waitress at schillings who identified Eglian at Newport jail. She picked him out from a lineup of six prisoners at the jail As the Man who pointed a pistol at her in the restaurant Holdup. Eglin was returned to Northern Kentucky from Lexington by police chief Dolph Perry of Bellevue. A Refl Rose Giglia operator of the Whitehouse Delicatessen Taylor Avenue and division Street Bellevue swore to a warrant against the Covington Man. Hearing on the Bellevue warrant is to be held at 1 p. M. Sat urday before judge a. E. Trim Bur in Bellevue police court. Eglin has denied the charges against him. Howard Bruce Cincinnati and two Sisters . Minnie Lusk Cincinnati and . Hazel Mcintire Richmond a. Or. Tanner also leaves three grandchildren whom she raised. They Are Ronald Young stationed at Wanbaugh Long Island n. Y., with the u. S. Navy pfc Donald Young u. S. Marine corps in Japan and Pat Young Newport. Friends May Call at the funeral Home monday from 3 to 10 p. M. Mrs. Clara p. Johnson services for . Clara p. Johnson who died thursday at her Home near Verona ky., will be held at 2 30 p. M. Sunday at the Hamilton funeral Home Verona. Burial will be in new Bethel cemetery Verona. Mrs. Johnson is survived by a song on her lips and a swing to her hips Ludlow grinder injured in game Ray Vance 19, 19 Carneal Street Ludlow who was injured in the Ludlow Campbell county High school football game Friday night was reported in fair condition saturday at Booth Hospital. He suffered head in moved him to the Hospital. School basketball game Friday Hyscal year ended june 30, 1952, night at Morgan. It was the sea a tie department filed 252 suits son opener for both clubs. And the suits and the Dunning let the raiders piled up a 16-8�ter brought in $157,886 of Over is Grandfather a More exciting than the elec Edge in the opening period and due taxes. But in the fiscal year rsrf1 were never headed. They led that ended last june 30, the pro. F l 2 33-24 at halftime and 57-36 at Gram was really stepped up a a the three Quarter Stop. A total of 2.112 suits was filed after Knock had become grand Morgan reserves took the pre the usual Dunning letters and pared to for the first time a Lim. 28-23. F the Effort brought in $240,000 that the Box score Morcan of f p Salt Tolu Eucha mid late a f j i yes a it 7it average a of a suited in East Alexandria Pike cold a a >2 Mont har. Hlis Spring. Knock was elected con Srouf ? i g fled stable in the cold Spring Dis David. 103 strict tuesday running on the total is 1444 the increase during those Republican ticket. The Effort brought in $240,000 that a . Josepn acc Neon was overdue. The suits that year ave info f f avar each k. Tiree ounce son at St. Elizabeth f 0 r 3 a nth but Quot Hospital. The Scheben Home is t 3 1� nest Quarter of the current fiscal 38 17 73 _ Morcan 33. Sad Levoll 34 thanks. To my Many Friend and supporter for the vote of Confidence Given me tuesday. Chas. W. Wirsch 62nd District in the Start of Newport Montwood Moss a a. A. Today fail Chr Ullan and Paula Barman in a beast from 20,000 fathoms Marla Hart and Draka Smith in a cattle Queen Quot sunday and monday Bud Abbott and Lan in a Abbott and costello meet or. Jekyll and or. Hyde Dan Dallar and Jenna Harar to a the girl next door Ltd Calar years of the number of suits filed and the publicity Given them was reflected in the larger number of individuals who made income tax returns and paid up. In 1951, 354.707 persons filed and paid a total of $18.112.468. In 1952, there were 304.932 returns and a total of $20,284,1 16 was paid. In both years the total returns filed included approximately 90.000 individuals whose income was Large enough to require them to make returns but whose exemptions from children or other dependents relieved them from payments. In explaining the House to House canvass program. Commissioner Allphin said the department s Field men will carry credentials and will give each Householder a printed statement telling of the reasons for the visit. A a it Allphin Aid the cities where the Start will be made Are Ashland. Grayson. Lexington. Winchester. Paris Covington. Newport. Bellevue. Dayton. A. In Lawn memorial Park Erlanger. Also surviving Are her Grandfather Walter sheriff Covington. Friends May Call at the funeral Home sunday from 3 to 10 p. M. Frank Collins services will be held tuesday at 10 30 a. M. At Middendorf funeral Home 917 main Street Covington for Frank Colins 69, 918 Walnut Street Cincinnati a retired shoe worker and a former j Covington resident who died thursday at Home. Burial will be in St. John cemetery ft., Mitchell. He is survived by several nephews and cousins. Ian Atlow Wyman Millano a a a can icon of i luts to it again j memorial mass the annual memorial mass sponsored by the Newport veterans memorial committee will take place sunday at 9 a. M. In St. Vincent de Paul Church South Newport All veterans Are asked to attend. The group will meet at sixteenth and Monmouth streets Newport at 8 30 a. M. And proceed in a body to the Church. M. 8. 2107 show starts 7 p. M. Sat. An Sun. 6 30. Old night Shaw sat. Tonight a double Faa Turt Mark Stevens in Leif Erik non Donald Woods Chuck court nor Rand Brooks a born to the Saddle in Gorton color sunday doubts future a column South a color or Moohn Ocolor Andie Murphr. Joan Evans Sonny Taft to a run for the Hills i Leon Ames a Oslene Bettis a Tom Helmore a re in a at Loos a by Mcmaron sat a am s m i Row a it in 0scm Mia Fri pm 1 Aua Mcc Iau Liberty m. S. 15 Madison at 6th. Covington continuous 11 to 11 today double feature Tony Curtis. Lori Nelson a the All american Quot a. Also Barton . A try Lnu a Grev Golf Erekson a Captain scar face Quot Liberty a t it \ t i \ i o i s i i a. M. To i t a a. A i. Vav a m. A in Madison at 6th Ludl Duj Covington Csc . 1st $24 ilm to a Ludlow jul 2142 t0niqht�?double Bill Tony car tvs and Janet Leith in Quot Houdini Quot in Tern Ocolor Armand and Mleh Sela Dennis in Quot below the Sahara Quot in technicolor also a cab Toom sunday and monday continuous show sunday bos off Tco open at p. M. John warn and Llord Nolan in ii Island in the sky Quot at so selected shorts panoramic cinemascope Silver screen. After months of research Tho management now gives you Tho finest 3-d wide screen equipment obtainable. Endeavouring to make your Quot movie hours Quot of up to dote As tomorrow s new. With realism never thought possible. You la really be amazed. New Type permanent polarized plastic glasses now Typo permanent plastic fitted glasses 10c con be kept for All Futura 3-d pictures. Enjoy brighter clearer picture reception. Not paper but plastic polarized glasses. No Advance in admission sunday my sincere thank and appreciation to All those who were so generous in their support Dur Irig my Campaign for county judge and my congratulations to Andy Jolly for his clean Campaign. Fred m. Warren. Monday and tuesday m a a it uld its so Jug keel tuck text to a onite 4-feature fiesta j so Bab . . Bab . Mart rat. Hurchul a bunco squad Quot Clair tray Are Sally parratt a hard fait Tad Brantl file Walt fraktur a Dumbo Quot Tim halt Jana Nish a ibo rear to Ragaar a sunday Quot Mankar Bala Aasu and Quot Pany Sald Lara Rittz t Corner Lambria a a Frei Parkins today double feature continuous. 2 to 11 30 the bowery boys in i John Payne. Coleen Gray in a hold that Unez a the vanquished in sunday and Mommy Box office opens 1 30 p. M. Sunday men armm a scared snip a a Kim do fld a of Soihr Boom a mum Ems also selected Short subjects so 1 or Mainson Frank 10ve10t a Helen Westcott vcb4 Bajes pick Wesson

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