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Cincinnati Kentucky Times Star (Newspaper) - November 9, 1953, Cincinnati, OhioEnter times stars new $15,000 contest see Page 28kentucky weather fair monday tuesday. High monday 53�. Low Early tuesday 28�, High 57� monday nov Masr 9, 1953times-Star a published As the first phone he 4320section the Cincinnati times Start 32 Page Bluegrass final 5c by cake Esb per week. Ou0two die in week end mishaps Auto crashes into Home enters living room spectacular mishaps in Highland Heights i could reach out bed and just about touch the Radiator that car a Milton Robertson 1832 Alexandria Pike Highland Heights told Deputy Marshall Tony Pfefferman the Community monday As he described a nightmarish Awakening at 5 a. To find an automobile had smashed through the front Wall and into the living room his residence. Going Case free for All continued cafe restaurant figure in court hearing a charge violating the 2 30 a. Closing Law against Billy Butler 32, 35 fifteenth Street Newport operator a cafe at eighth Street and Central Avenue Newport was continued until nov. judge Alfred g. May airy monday in Newport police court. A a free for All fight in Ben Joe a restaurant 605 Monmouth Street Newport Early sunday will be aired in Newport police court nov. 17 by judge Alfred g. Maybury. Elmer frenchy Davis 32, Newport who Haa been arrested numerous times by now police and James Collins 40, 841 steel Avenue Cincinnati were charged with breach peace and destruction property As a result the fight. Witnesses testified that Davis was in the place but they say whether he was in the Mele not. Collins was treated at Booth Hospital Covington for face cuts. He did not appear in court and the judge took the entire Case under submission. Police were told that four five men men were in the fight. Robertson also related that Only a few hours before the Accident his wife had taken their 14-month-old baby from a bed in the living room and placed the child in the warmer bedroom. The Robertson a Only recently purchased the residence and had moved in saturday. It a a one Story Frame cottage. Marshal Pfefferman said the Auto was driven by Paul Henry 21, Falmouth. Henry is in Campbell county jail at Alexandria charges driving while intoxicated reckless driving and destruction property As the result the near fatal crash into the Robertson Home. He to scheduled to appear is Highland Heights police court monday at 8 p. Marshal Pfefferman Eaid despite the feet Jenry was driving a convertible he escaped with Only a slight Mouth Cut according to details garnered by the Deputy marshal Henry was driving South when he lost control the car who Cut sheered off a Utility Pola in the right Side the Highway. Then according to the reconstruction the Auto veered at a right Angle and rolled 150 feet into the Robertson Home. It smashed through the front Wall and came to rest in the living room with the front end in the dining room and adjacent to a bedroom. Marshal Pfefferman said he had no figures damage but believes it will run tote several thousand dollars. He said in addition to damage the the front the House and partitions there was considerable furniture Loos. The front end the Auto was completely demolished Pfefferman said. Continued Page 4. Cel. 4 Milton Robertson 1832 Alexandria Pike Highland Heights ky., surveys the damage to his living demolished Early monday when an automobile driven by Paul Henry 21, Falmouth ky., smashed through the front Wall his Home. The ear came to rest in the dining room police said. Henry according to police is in Campbell county jail under charges driving while intoxicated reckless driving and destruction property pending his trial monday at 8 p. In Highland Heights police court times Star photo. In connection with the Butler Case a charge operating a card game against Gilbert Howe 40, 226 East ninth Street Newport was taken under submission to nov. 25 by the judge. Patrolmen Pat Cate and Charles Ritter said they arrested Butler when they saw several persons in the cafe at 4 a. Sunday. Howe they testified was seated at a table playing cards. Howe admitted a the and four other men were playing a Little Quarter rum Burns fatal Mckee ky., nov. 9�?<jp a mrs. Emily Carpenter Gardner 70, died yesterday Burns suffered when her clothing caught fire. Relatives said flames spread from a potholder to her clothes when she was removing a Coffee pot from a Gas stove. Purple heart chapter planned plans to organize a chapter purple heart veterans in Covington were announced monday by John c. Reynolds National chief staff. Military order the purple heart inc., Chicago. All holders the purple heart decoration Are urged to Contact Reynolds at 269 Crescent Avenue Covington. He said 12 Are required the secure a charter. Purple heart veterans Are combat wounded Reynolds noted. He said the National order maintains service officers in Allva offices and hospitals to care for claims compensation and pensions foe veterans and their dependents. The order also has legislative officers in Washington he added. Key leases for Center key leases for the Newport shopping Center at Monmouth sixteenth and seventeenth streets were announced monday by the Manuel d. Mayerson realty co., Cincinnati. These include the j. C. Penny co., Wal Kentucky kernels tha civil War was fought. Last tiie Day with Green drug co., f. W. Woolworth out Fanfer Albers super markets inc., and Kroger co. The entire project will include 30 units a tract 41 acres and is to be developed at an approximate Cost $3,000,000. There to scheduled the be parking apace for 2,000 Cara. The building will set Well Back off Monmouth Street and will be a Tingle Structure which Wae designed by Irving d. Robinson Cleveland architect. Lori Mer Scott Newport attorney to counsel for the project. The Penny company originally had agreed to take 25,000 Square feet the space but doubled the size to 50,000 feet. The Wool Worth unit will be self service. The two local grocery branches Albers and Kroger will occupy stores measuring 90 by 160 feet. Mayerson said that contracts for grading and filling the property will be let soon. Sanford construction co., Cleveland is Developer the project. By Luke la Berrt just 9# years ago this month tha Battle Lookout Mountain Ona tha decisive engagements Luke state program is urged in fight alcoholism by Malcolm Patterson Frankfort ky., nov. 9�? up a a state wide program to combat alcoholism in Kentucky was recommended Yective Ciafardini fired four shots by the alcoholic study commission today. Into the air in an Effort to App re the program should be threefold the commission said Hend them embracing headlines the Battle Lookout Heights concluded with results that May be considerable importance to All Kenton county. The Issue was certainly out proportion to tha size the total vote just slightly under 300�?and these included All but three four the towns eligible voters. Sizable sums were spent during the Campaign one voter was flown Home from Iowa and charges voting irregularities Are expected to be taken before the grand jury. What waa All tha shooting about tha Lookout House to located in the towns limits. The present town trustees had Defeated the Long unopposed old Board two years ago. That year the civic Reform movement triumphed in Lookout Heights As it did in Covington. Early during the present administration state police moved in with the sympathy the _. New town fathers their search continued monday by polenta Gaid and raided the police for three Young negroes Lookout House. The gambling who robbed Robert Hardwick raid and the ensuing loss its �13 Isabella Street. Newport.,?n cause to the night _ a club to shut Down. Early sunday $150 As he walked near fifth Street and Central Avenue Newport. The victim accompanied by three sought for $150 Holdup detectives Pat Ciafardini and William Schoepf located three suspects shortly after the robbery near the Newport municipal housing project but escaped. De 1. Treatment and rehabilitation. 2. Research tote Lausee and prevention alcoholism. 3. Public education concerning the disorder. At the outset the commission said an education and information office and a Pilot out patient clinic for treatment would be needed. It recommended a $50,000 a late appropriation for the first years operation and $10,000 for the second to launch the program. The annual operation Cost a out patient clinic to treat 300 to 360 new patients a year waa estimated at $25,000. The commission winding up an month study with its recommendations for the 1954 legislature reported Kentucky Haa an estimated 48,000 alcoholics 12,000 whom have suffered marked physical mental damage. Defining alcohol Ina As a uncontrolled drinking which interfere with Normal living the study Grep declared h to causing a Dellner less every year in Kentucky. The commission cited a National a Stady indicating tha slates Leas in 1946 Wae $11,-12$, from alcoholism with Price Levels having advanced. A the costs Csc Sosis drinking today almost certainly Are drought booms City water sales seme citizens Felt that the shutdown had Hurt the town and business along the Dixie Highway. A a Liberal ticket was put la the race this year. One Campaign Rumor circulated was that if it won the Lee Kent House would reopen Jan. 1, and the legislature would be asked the change the Community from sixth class status the a fifth class City taking it ent elate police jurisdiction. However the entire ticket the incumbents waa elected by a substantial margin. State police it appears will still be Welcome in Lookout and so will the new Sale Covington water to tank truck haulers in the Ken Heights ton county area has boomed Dur Road which tha state Highway ing this years drought. Department is going to build 4 along the Green line right from May 1 to nov. 1, the City Way has sold 7,043 permits at $1.25 each to truckers. The permits Aro Good for 1,000 Gallons each. The Short ballot most the water is drawn from amendment not Only had no one a fire hydrant at the Latonia fire to wage a Campaign for its Pas House. A Small amount is taken a a but it incurred the Dis from the West Covington Are pleasure Many the Rural House hydrant. Counties. A courthouse politicians the water hauling is expected throughout the state seemed to to continue through the Winter sense that if the state ballot could months unless there Are heavy be shortened so could the county Rains to refill cisterns Wells and ballots at the Cost consid Ponds. A a arable Joba and patronage a a i i cording do one Frankfort observer. A 4 a Luke 18 proud his Home precinct a 5-q a in Covington. Not Only does it usually vote a a rights in our opinion but it has the Only precinct officers that we have encountered in Northern Kentucky who comply strictly with the Law Down to leaving the Bottom stub the ballot and keeping the comparative signature Book close at hand for ready comparison with the registration signature. V dear Lup a the line forms to the rights will soon be heard at the Newport fire department Headquarters when the realization dawns upon Many Able bodied men in the Community that tha voters have Juat voted their firemen a salary $4,200 per year which equals 80 Bucks per week. All firemen Are entitled to one Days absence every eighth Day with pay. After six months service in the department he is eligible for 20 Days vacation each year with pay. Dogg onit luf i been working hard All these Many years peddling fish and somehow i can to get around to taking 14 Days off with the Bossy a permission in any year much less every year. In Case sickness a fireman is entitled to 15 Days off with full pay and 75 Days off at half pay. Of for the life a Newport fireman. The people Newport certainly were generous when they voted their firemen such a tremendous pay hike. Come to think it Luke move Over lets form another line for Guys like you and me. In a getting tired working so hard for a Mere 50 Bucks per when i could be getting 80 Sim leons and Wear a Nice Blue suit and rest in Between fires. Kid Magee. 3 children die in fire fatalities recorded in Campbell Kenton. 15th death in latter Kenton county a fifteenth Tuto fatality the year and Newport a second traffic death were totalled monday after two men were killed in week end Auto accidents. V dead were j Lawrence Hartig 20. Son . And mrs. John h. Hartig. Bulletins Fulton ky., nov. 8�?</p a a Young Man who crawled through a Are filled room until a the last minutes was unable to Sava three Small children last night. Terrey Donna and Tommy Dedman 7, 4 and 2, perished in the Are that destroy to their Home after an overturned Oil Heater exploded. Two older Sisters escaped unhurt. Their Mother mrs. Thomas l. Dedman and Troy Lee Poole 18, it vere treated for Arst and second degree face end neck bums. Poole Atoo Suff Rod hand and Arm cuts when he broke through a window to escape. The fire had Cut off to exits through doors. Heyoung Man from Harris station tenn., was visiting Patsy Dedman 15, who with her sister Anita 12, ran to safety. He said the lights went out soon after the Are started and the three smaller children could not be located. Their bodies were found cuddled together when firemen in Asbestos suits entered the House. Mrs. Dedman said one the children apparently overturned the kerosene Heater while playing. She waa in another room. The father a truck Driver was in Paducah at the time. Federal agents continue probe Melbourne one their 17 children who waa to enter the army nov. 19. Elmer Loe Collins. 25. Sweat Owen tenant Farmer and father three Small children. Hartig died in Booth Hospital Covington saturday at 11 55 p. M., three hours after an automobile in which he was a passenger figured in a head collision with a truck near eleventh and Monmouth streets Newport. Pinned for 45 minutes in an Spaet 1940-Model Auto Collins was pronounced dead arrival at St. Elizabeth Hospital Early sunday. The mishap which occurred Bracht planer Road Kentucky 14about m Miles East u. 2. 25, did not injure his companion Robert Stevens 82, Holbrook owner the Auto. Kenton county police reported Collins who was driving swerved Back the Road after the car ran off and that it upset its left Side skidding 50 feet. Independence life squad assisted to extricating the victim and removed him to the Hospital. Acting Kan ton county Coroner Robert c. Dorsey said death was caused by a Skull fracture end internal injuries. Hartig. I Gradante Silver grave High sheol in 1m1, was s clerk is the Maseey Concrete construction co. Melbourne. He Wae e passenger in s card riven by Russell Tierney 1$, 1034 York Street Newport. Alting Coroner Dorsey returned an accidental death verdict and Sapir Hartig suffered a head injury and internal injuries. Aslo Riding in Tiemeyer a automobile was big a brother Richard 19. Richard suffered lacerations the face. Plemeyer sustained the same injuries. Both were treated at Booth Hospital and released. Driver the truck Virgil Ross 42, whose addresses Ere listed by police As Hazard ky., and 7335 West third Street Dayton o., suffered a possible fractured Back and was reported in fair condition at thes ame Hospital. Continued Page 5. Col. 2 Jolly gains in recount in Campbell picks up four in first Ward Jolly picked a four votes in the first Ward Newport which consists eight precinct As the recount proceeded at noon monday. There were nine disputed votes which Ara not being counted for either Jolly Warren until their Validity to decided. The recount also showed 22 ballots in the first Ward in which voice were not registered for either candidate in the county judgeship race. On ene ballot both men were Given the Vete. Recount the ballots in tha 130 precincts in Campbell county in last tuesdays general election for county judge Between Fred m. Warren Republican and a j. Andy Jolly Democrat got under Way monday in the basement the Newport courthouse. Final riles for retired teacher warred waa officially do dared the Winner by 14 votes by the election commission last week. Warren s official vote waa 12,23$ and Jolly a 12,221. Jolly through Morris Wein Traub attorney and Newport City solicitor filed suit in the circuit court requesting a recount All ballots cast in the race. He alleged that errors were made in the counting. Warren is being represented by attorneys Odis w. Bertelsman Lorimer Scott and Henry Cook. Assisting Weintraub in the recount is Benjamin Sampson assistant City solicitor Newport nov. Federal and state narcotics authorities were reported continuing investigation monday Claude Duvall Smith 66, burned severely in a fire last week in his room at 411 Greenup Street Covington and whose person a Large Quantity narcotics was found secreted. Attendants at Booth Hospital said Smiths condition is now fair. He was burned Over 90 per cent his body in a Blaze which Covington firemen said resulted from smoking in bed. A Small bottle containing 144 morphine tablets judge Ray l. Murphy the circuit court in an order stipulated by both sides placed the recount under the supervision the election commission composed Charles Melville Republican sol Youtsey Democrat and Republican sheriff Day disservice for miss Cora con bold by virtue his office and Ner retired teacher in Newport George j. Kaufmann county Public schools will be held at cd a 2 p. Wednesday at th.1 and . A in re Eric hell funeral Home Newport. to with burial in Evergreen Ceme vhf a we a to punted Tery . By 601,1 Lam miss Conner who taught at the fourth Street and tenth Street schools in Newport died 1/cilcl Iii Otic to sunday at Speers Hospital Dayton. She resided at 308 East fourth Street Newport. A lifelong Newport resident. Frankfort ky., nov. 8�? up a nine persons lost their lives in weekend traffic accidents in Kentucky making the years total Ner a member 644, compared with 682 for this Christ Church Cincinnati. She Date last year state police said. Has no survivors. I _ miss Conner retired in 1936 at the age 70. She taught in St pro Fil map Jiniv Newport schools mostly in the f Hyltje Illig Arst Grade for Over 50 years be Southgate a zoning and plan fore leaving the profession. Two Ning commission will hold a Spe her Sisters were also teachers. Cial meeting tuesday in the City they were the late miss Hattie building said e. G. Morrison Conner and tha late miss Ida Secretary. The session will Start Corner at 7 30 p. T Frankfort by special a hearing the Quaker Nim Green lines petition for inf i creased bus fare in Northern Kentucky a a opened before the state motor to no Porta Tion department today. The company presented its reason for requesting fare 15 cent Cash two Token for 25 Centa in the bjur a fare area and straight 15-rent fare Between the Ohio and Kentucky Reitte served by the my Pany known As the Green Llonel and the Dixie traction co., i a and the Cincinnati Newport in Salt and Covington railway co. Pic Izab the present fare in the Basic area is seven cent and the fare Between cities in Ohio and Kentucky is 13% cents by use Token 16 Centra a. The petition also Calls for changing by fare a outlying area some which would be a lightly reduced and slightly increased. Was found strapped Between his leg at the Hospital. Attendants also discovered five $100 Bills taped to his lower Abdomen. Covington detectives brought narcotics agents into the Case altonian James Doan who resides when the Label a Harrison at Ridgeway and Brown ave Avenue Cincinnati drug store Nues Blue Ash o., was in win was found the bottle contain Chester a member his House ing the morphine tablets and hold state. The victim is said to other bottles and boxes Dis Ibe the father several other Hamilton 0. Man Dies with companion in Cabin authorities at Winchester ,ky., continued monday investigating the deaths a 65-year-old Hamilton �p/4 a a t a./-. A it to ___1 l a / Man identified As Leroy r. Doan and his elderly companion in $ tourist Cabin at the Clark county cite tha associated press a son the Ham covered in Smiths room. Children in greater Cincinnati. So far officials have been a Nable to explain what caused the deaths. With Down was a woman identified As Sallie Byrge. About 80, Whitesburg the a quoted police. Clark county Coroner Ben s. Covington fire department responded to three grass and Brush fires sunday but no los was caused by any firemen said monday. Runs were to Goebel Bartlett was told that Doan and Park the rear 1035 West the woman had registered at the ninth Street and in an Alley a motor court late saturday. Their Between Scott Street and Madi bodies were found sunday after a Avenue and seventeenth and they failed to answer rape the eighteenth treet i door. The pair vere in a double bed an there was food and liquor in the room. There was no Marks violence tha bodies and although there was a circular Gas Heater in the room windows were open authorities said. Has a Doan reportedly wife in Phoenix Ariz. Bartlett said they had been dead three to four hours when they were found and that they had died about 30 minutes apart. Their possessions included a Quantity food wine and whisky but the alcoholic beverages had been barely touched. Bartlett said any Auto would depend with members v in met

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