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Cincinnati Kentucky Times Star (Newspaper) - November 10, 1953, Cincinnati, OhioKentucky weather fair High tuesday about 57&Quot Low during night 33�. Tuesday november 10, 1953 Kentucky times Star a published As Hie first j Section of the Cincinnati times Start phone he 4320 46 pages 5c by Carrier per Arrier week our a ass final / Warren gains recount Blaze forces 50 guests to leave new capital hotel Beechwood Southgate must a dig Quot a new state tax Levy is a a for foundation program seen m to pay schools by Herbert Lukens Frankfort by. Nov. 10�? pm a pre Dawn fire forced. How wll amending Sec 50 guests to flee from the 81-room new capital hotel in Down on 186 of the Kentucky town Frankfort today. Constitution affect schools in two persons suffered minor injuries in the Brief Blaze. Three Northern Kentucky the fire broke out in a second floor room occupied by Troun is it Alex Mcdonald Atlanta ga., said fire chief Bob White and hotel manager j. Frank Thomas. J the answer wll of course Mcdonald a leg and trousers depend on action of the Gen were burned slightly As he at a i a pm nth to get a Humins mat a Assembly when it convenes next january and the plan it adopts. It also de Kentucky kernels tempted to get a burning mat Tress out into the hallway said chief White. Another guest Louis Ervin Mayfield fell from a ladder trying to reach the ground from a second floor window. Bruised and suffering from Shock he was hospitalised. Mcdonald s room a was gutted a pends on How much additional Money is placed in the school fund by the legislature. About $31,000,000 was distributed on a per capita basis. The local systems this year received a Littre More than $38 for each Pupil of school age living in the District. This system provided local schools with considerable More Money to spend on each Pupil attending Public schools because of the number of pupils attending parochial or private schools. Nearly half of the students in Kenton and Campbell counties do not attend Public schools according to figures recently quoted by h. N. Ockerman superintendent of Boone county schools. His figures of the percentage of school age children in Public under Section 186, <5 per cent schools Are Kenton and Camp Lukk East Wing severely searing pan ra7 it in Cov Nonon Els of several doors to rooms. 111 it flu own Els of several doors to rooms contents of the adjoining rooms were not burned but were damaged some by water and smoke which bellowed from the windows said Thomas. He said he was unable to estimate damage. Barking dogs sound fire alarm a we ought to buy her Tbone steaks for the rest of the fire started about her life a said or. And mrs by Luke Lufberry cd Mes a local election and an editor feels obliged to ?ihy3y my of Man Ltd in the sch Al fund bei1 county Kholl a stems 53 7 take a position. When he does the second floor South end of the some disgruntled politician or politicians will o c c a s tonally Start a a get the editor fired movement. The strongest such movement directed at the Kentucky times Star editor occurred in 1951, and it fizzled. A a a courageous postal card writer takes pen in hand to Send us an Anonymous warning of another such Effort now under Way. Addressed to or. Fessman acting editor of time Star Scott St., cov., by. Time for a change a the unedited message follows a rember prior Tarvin when he was editor of time Star he was first Over All other editors and a gentleman with it you seem to want to push people around the main office Are being told about you and your actions Are being looked in to dont rate your self to High or you will be a a Post since the card was postmarked a a Covington and since Only one candidate in Kenton county has shown himself bitterly resentful and of a retaliatory Frame of mind As a result of the Campaign we assume it was sent by an adherent of judge William e. Wehrman who carried his personal quarrel to television under the Guise of a a democratic the spelling punctuation and attitude of the card writer Sug Gest that he is one of the uniformed appointees of the judge who frequently attempt to a a punish this newspaper. However unlike the usual Anonymous message of this kind it is printable and its writer has to be a times Star Reader too or he be riled up at what had appeared in it a a import 51.2 Bellevue 47.7 Dayton 51.2 Erlanger 53.7. Beechwood has Only 35.4 per cent of children living in the District attending Public schools and Southgate has Only 37.6 per cent. Should the distribution of the school fund be based on the number of children attending the Public school fund be based on the number of children attending the Public schools losses to the local systems would Range from nearly two thirds in Beech Woods Case to More than half in Covington a instance. Beechwood received $32,231 and Covington $440,097 for the 1952-53 year. However state officials in pre election statements said no school system should get less Money under any new method than it now receives. Will the general Assembly feel the same Way a the a foundation program a prepared by the state advisory committee on educational policy was the most mentioned plan during the Campaign to Amend the Section. It is based on one classroom and one teacher for every 27 pupils in the state. It is also based on a minimum salary of $2,900 for each qualified teacher and $3,200 for each teacher with a master degree. In addition the proper number of principals supervisors athletic coaches and special teachers Are included and a school bus is provided for every 80 pupils. Continued on Page 4.col. 5. 3 15 a. A. The manager said the automatic fire alarm system sounded and night clerk Leroy Taft called the fire department. Two trucks answered the Call. Chief White said the fire was brought under control within a half hour. He and White said exact cause of the fire Hadnot been determined. The Brick Structure of three stories with a ballroom atop replaced the old capital hotel which was destroyed by fire in 1917 without loss of life. Thomas said the hotel was continuing regular operations. Sex Cincinnati Man is slain the body of a 50-year-old former Cincinnati Man found bound slashed and battered in a Boxcar in the Southern Pacific Railroad Yards at los Angeles was identified by police tuesday of Talmadge d. Bradley brother of mrs. Alfred j. Gross 2322 Clifton Avenue Daniel Bradley 10-c Heath court English Woods and William Bradley 1703 Greenup Street Covington. Los Angeles police based their identification on a letter found in Bradley a pocket written to him by his sister and addressed to Manhattan Mont. Detectives said that Bradley apparently was attacked by two or More persons and slashed with a knife before his head we As battered and his Ankles and wrists were bound with wire. William Bradley a Railroad employee stated that the it Roccor Jing to firemen. In contrast in the same motive for his brother a murder mail comes a letter from one of probably was robbery. A around the Railroad Yards a he said a if e. T. Milet 1803 Jefferson Avenue Covington of their seven year old Fox terrier a Peppy a who awakened them Early tuesday when defective wiring caused a fire at the Home. Covington firemen estimated about $300 damage was caused to the front Wall of the Frame House. Awakening the Miles discovered their electric service Dis bled by the Blaze and they fled the smoke filled Home. A a Peppy so companion a Rascal a a two year old Cocker Spaniel aided in sounding the alarm. Mrs. Milet also rescued a talking parakeet. Firemen from company no. 6, fifteenth and Holman streets under it. Edward Bedel arrived first at the scene assisted the Miles and requested additional equipment which responded under assistant chief Edward Radenheimer. Time of the alarm was 2 45 a. Before arrival of firemen Milet sprayed water from a Garden Hose on the Blaze. An electric switch and wiring Between the outer and inner front Wall near the door was believed responsible according to assistant chief Radenheimer. Covington firemen also extinguished a Blaze Early tuesday at the Home of Floyd Ginn 1436 Madison Avenue. Damage was listed at $115 to an upholstered chair and Davenport which were consumed. Fire officials said a cig Aret had ignited the furniture earlier and Ginn thought he Quot had extinguished the Blaze and retired Only to have it Start again pictured Are the dogs whose Barking aroused or. And mrs. E. T. Milet when their Home at 1803 Jefferson Avenue Covington blazed Early tuesday. A a Rascal is at left and a Peppy a at right. C. 0.g, a a previously scheduled. Slot machine hearing reset in Kenton county the 666 Slot machines seized by the City of Covington after they were returned by the u. S. Marshal s office last May from Lexington warehouses will be tried before a Kenton circuit court jury at 9 30 a. Dec. 10 instead of on nov. Northern Kentucky a most esteemed citizens or. J. A. Winkler whose acceptance of the Post of Republican Campaign chairman in Campbell county added prestige and integrity to the gop ticket. His a Der or. Dressman a i am writing you in behalf of the Republican Campaign committee of Campbell county to thank you for the wonderful support you gave us in the Campaign just finished and in doing so i wish to extend a big personal thanks. A when we consider the closeness of the county judges race it is apparent to me that we could not have elected him without your uns tinted help. Continued on Page 4. Col. 3 you have Money they will do that.�?�. A the probably had several Hundred dollars saved a Bradley explained adding that his brother an itinerant Harvest worker probably on his Way to the fruit or vegetable harvests in californians Imperial Valley regularly sent Money Home to his sister to save for him. Bradley said that his brother had worked for the Southern Pacific and great Northern railroads at various times and declared that a the never had any enemies that we know a the was always a Good natured sort of a fellow who made friends easily a Bradley stated. The murdered Man s body was found monday. Beaten robbed Charles f. Brickler Kenton hotel Covington told police he was slugged by two men and robbed of $350 at fifth and Scott streets Covington. Brickler said the incident occurred sunday. He reported it to police monday. Charles e. Lester jr., Newport attorney for owners of the machines tuesday asked for and was granted a continuance on the hearing Date by judge Joseph p. Goodenough. In his Oral motion Lester said he had some tax matters to take care of on nov. 27. The devices now stored in the Covington jail building were seized by Federal Bureau of investigation agents in december 1951, and january. 1952. After seizure the machines were taken to Lexington warehouses. Judge Mac Swinford in u. S. District court at Covington later ruled that the Slot machines should be returned to their owners. Late protest filed in bus fare hike Frankfort ky., nov. 10�? a protest against increased bus fares requested by the Green line for Northern Kentucky was received today by motor transportation commissioner John m. Kinnaird following the hearing on the Green lines petition which was concluded Here yesterday. The petition which started out a we the undersigned bus riders Quot protested against an increase and asked the commissioner to defer action on the company a petition. Kinnaird said he could not take any official action on the petition because state Law requires that protests be made at least 10 Days before the Date set for a hearing. The petition bore the names of 10 persons in Kenton and Campbell counties. Kin Naird said he could make out a Good Many of the names but due to their being Handwritten he was Uncertain As to the spelling of some of the names. He said the special delivery envelope bringing the petition was postmarked 7 30 p. M., nov. 9 in Newport and the hearing ended Here about 4 p. Cost. Kinnaird said he also received an original copy and a Carbon copy of the same petition from Washington but that it was unsigned and bore no accompanying letter. The envelope carried the name of Roberts a Mclnnis Law firm of Washington. The Green line petition requests fare increases which it estimates will bring in $8,650 per year and which it said it needs to offset an increase in Union wages. Kinnaird also said that state representative Weintraub telephoned late yesterday and talk to j. Carl Rostoff one of 4 Hurt in Newport crashes six teen Ager Are involved four persons were injured in two automobile accidents in Newport monday night which occurred within five minutes of each other. A machine driven by Elmer Campbell 19, 841 York Street Newport and containing five other teen age youths collided with a taxicab operated by Charles Haynes 45, 152 Foote Avenue Bellevue at tenth and John streets. William Vickers. 19. 514 Elm Street. Newport a passenger in Campbell s automobile suffered a head Cut which required 17 stitches to close and possible Skull fracture. He was taken to Booth Hospital Covington. Paul Campbell 17. Brother of the Driver sustained nose and right hand injuries. The cab Driver and the other youths in Campbells car escaped injury. Campbells car overturned several times. Elmer Campbell varas charged with reckless and improper driving and having improper equipment. Carl Williams it and his wife Elsie. �8. 225 Washington Avenue Bellevue suffered Cuta and bruises when their automobile was struck by a car at fifth and Isabella streets. Both were treated at Booth Hospital and released. Police said Williams was driving his automobile East on fifth Street when the other machine crashed into it. The Driver police reported jumped out of the car and fled. Police reported a Check revealed that the License to the hit skip car was issued to Arthur Lapham 640 Brooklyn Avenue Dayton by. They Are investigating to ascertain who was driving the automobile the car was towed to a garage upon orders of police. Republican Lead increased by Tabulator in 84 of the 130 precincts in Campbell county recounted As of tuesday non Fred m. Warren Republican picked up eight votes against a. J. Andy Jolly Democrat in the race for Campbell county judge. In the original count last week Warren was declared Winner by 14 votes. The 84 precincts so far recounted Are in Newport Bellevue and Day Jolly gained some of the t ton. Votes in Dayton. By Midnight monday the recount included 68 preen cat 52 from Newport and 16 from Bellevue. In the recount Warren had gained seven votes in those precincts. Recount in the City of Newport gave Jolly 5,317. The original count was 5,342, or 25 votes less. Warrens Newport recount vote was 3,706. His original count in that City was 3,721, or 15 less. The recount in Bellevue gave Jolly 1,590 to the original count of 1,591, or one vote less. Warrens original vote in that Eity was 1,525. The recount gave him 1,521, or four less. In the recount of ballots in Newport and Bellevue Jolly a total was 6.907, compared to the original count of 6,933. Warrens a recount in those two cities was 5,227 to the original count of 5,246. In the recount Jolly a Lead Over Warren in those cities was 1,680, As compared to 1,687 in the original count a gain of seven votes for a Rorren. The recount is being held in the basement of the Newport courthouse. Attorneys Odia w. Bertelsman. Henry Cook and Lorimer Scott represent Warren while attorneys Morris Welntraub and Benjamin Sampson represent Jolly. Each aide has a Tabulator and an inspector. Jolly through attorney Welntraub filed suit in the circuit court last week asking for a recount of Del the ballots cast in the 130 precincts in the county for the judges race. Judge Rey l. Murphy of the circuit court will Rule on the Dis a a Sisr How muted ballot when the recount 213 sixth Avenue Dayton ,p com plead. About 56 ballot injured late monday when an _ Auto driven by her Mother or. Are in dl5pule a of a or Louise Howe 46, collided with another car at Scott and Martin streets Covington police reported. The child was treated at St. Elizabeth Hospital for a forehead abrasion. The other Auto was operated by Mike Cabulio 24. R. 3, Taylor Mill Pike Kenton county. After the collision mrs. Howe a car struck a parked Auto. Cabulio and mrs. Howe both charged with improper driving Are scheduled to appear in Covington police court saturday. Hand in wringer play orium files Appeal Frankfurt ky., nov. 10�? the play orium operated at 18-20 East fifth Street Newport obtained an order in circuit court Here today temporarily blocking revocation of its liquor and Beer licenses which was to have become effective at Midnight tonight. At a hearing held Here sept. 9, mrs. Agnes Schmidt executrix of the estate of Glenn Schmidt who operates the play orium was represented by attorney Lawrence Reidinger and by Pete a Schmidt and entered a plea of. Mrs. Elizabeth Lawrence 73, the departments examiners but a. A that Rostoff told him another im0 an Quot str Quot to Newport. In examiner Ben Wilmot conducted Speers Hospital Dayton tuesday not guilty to the Board s charges the hearing. Wilmot took the after she caught her right hand the charges included Selling on Case under consideration an electric washing machine sunday serving women at the bar permitting gambling at Dice Roulette and other games and permitting a Raffel to be held Covington bargain Days crashes into Home intruding autos Driver fined on three charges Paul Henry 21, Falmouth was fined $150 and costs by judge Albert Swope in Highland Heights police court monday night on charges of reckless driving driving while intoxicated and destruction of property. Early Henry was arrested monday after his Auto crashed into the front room of the Home of Milton Robinson 1832 Alexandria Pike. Highland Heights and stopped in the living room. The Robinsons 21-month-old son Robert was taken from a bed in the living room to the bedroom Only a few hours prior to the crash. Mrs Nona Roberts 1525 race a costs for speeding. Street Cincinnati was fined $25, Clifford Fryman Butler also and costs by judge Swope on a a was fined $27 and costs on a reckless driving charge. Mrs. Speeding charge. Roberts a Auto knocked Down a Utility pole and seven mail boxes when it went out of control on Alexandria Pike near the club 27, late sunday. A Bench warrant was issued for the arrest of Jerry Gloeckner 1033 straight Street Cincinnati for failing to obey a court summons. He was tried in absent a and was fined $27 and six agent working Kentucky tax Check in Kenton Campbell members of the committee on plans for the Covington merchants annual bargain Days Friday and saturday Are shown. From the left Are Fred Macklin John r. Coppin co. Arthur Kaplan parisian co., and Louis Benn j. C. Penney co. The committee said prices on All kinds of merchandise will be slashed for the two Day sales. And will make a report to com wringer at her Home monday missioner Kinnaird who can Newport life squad removed her approve Wilmot a report As writ to the Hospital ten or change it. At Newport Weintraub said the original letter sent to Kinnaird by Mclnnis was supposed to be sent to him at Newport. That caused a delay in the filing of the protest he said. Earlier City officials of Northern Kentucky communities recently said they would not go to the expense of fighting the requested fare increase because the agent from the department of Revenue of Kentucky Dot had already indicated an Are checking House to House in Kenton and Campbell Cou approval of the fare hike. Yes for state income tax evasions. George Bechtold supervisor for Kenton and Campbell counties said six agents from Frank a t fort began the work monday in 1 Jay ton Louii i which will continue throughout the week from 9 a. To 5 p. M., a. C. Art Schroder who lost Anc May be prolonged until every by 34 votes to Ernest Ernie Home is canvassed. Brinkman for City treasurer of agents reported tuesday that Dayton Kvat the general elec Many were made to Dayton at the general elec them tuesday that no income Tion tuesday filed suit in the tax returns had been filed by the Campbell circuit court request residents of the Homes. They said ing that All ballots in Dayton a they a re a received very Well 13 precincts for that office be re-1 considering All counted. The action recount asked filed by attorney Norbert Bischoff alleges errors were made in the tabulation and that he is entitled to receive the certification of election. Brinkman received 450 votes Schroder 416 Arthur Becker 395 Ann Sponsolier 183, and Dorothy Lowe 149. All ran As Independent candidates. Frank Bechtold said that monday morning eight Persona came to his office before noon and revealed they had filed no returns. They filed 24 income tax returns which totalled about $480.newspaper stories of the Check caused their action the agents daily Are visiting Between 75 and 100 Homes each. Schreiber Republican who has their reports Are checked at hese red in that capacity for More local office and then sent to than 25 years declined to run. Frankfort. It marked the second such a armistice Day a state Holiday Tion to be taken. Earlier a. J. Has been cancelled for the agents Andy Jolly Democrat who lost who will continue the Check by 14 votes to Fred m. Warrent wednesday. Republican for county judge filled suit in the same court. This recount is Ntow in Progress. Every person who is single and has an income of $1,000. Or More and married persons with an income of $2,000 or More Are required to be Bechtold said. Bechtold reported those who visited the offices 714 Coppin building Covington. Monday to pay their third instalment of the 1952 income tax. Which is due nov. 15. Expressed their a a satisfaction Over the Cheek for evaders. A one of the most frequent complaints we receive at the of live is a Why pick on me there Are several in my neighbourhood who have not paid a Bechtold stated. The present Check goes Back to 1948, but the department can make its probe extend Back to the Day the Law became effective by alleging fraud the supervisor explained. Penalty for late filing of the tax return amounts to 5 per cent a month with a maximum of 25 percent. Interest of 6pcr cent a year from the Tinte the tax was due is also charged. Bechtold said the Check is scheduled for this week but if results justify its continuance it will be extended on orders from Frankfort until every Home in the two counties is checked

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