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Cincinnati Kentucky Times Star (Newspaper) - November 11, 1953, Cincinnati, OhioKentucky weather partly Cloudy colder. High wednesday 60� Low by morning 33� High thursday 45�. Wednesday november 11, 1953 Kentucky times Star a published As Hie first j Section of the Cincinnati times Start / phone he 4320 42 pages 5c by Carrier 30c Bluegrass final a. / destruction of 900 Slot devices asked in Campbell action e an amended petition on file wednesday in the Campbell circuit court Newport asks that the 900 Slot machines stored in the old Newport patrol House be destroyed under a City ordinance. The amendment was filed by City solicitor Morris Weintraub of Newport. In the original petition filed months ago Weintraub sought the destruction of the a a slots under state Law. With the amended petition he seeks destruction under the state Law As Well As City ordinance. Weintraub said that if none of the defendants enter their january 1952, and stored them appearance 10 Days after served in Lexington. Later the a he would ask for a summary Chines were ordered returned to judgment declaring the court to Campbell county through court Rule in favor of the City Weintraub said he la asking the court to Rule for the destruction of the machines and not by jury. Defense attorneys he said claim the City cannot destroy them under state Fri seized the a slots a i action by attorney Charles e. Lester jr., counsel for the owners. When the Federal government returned them to Newport the City through City solicitor Weintraub seized them As contraband and stored them in the old patrol House pending a ruling from the circuit court. New solution to Dixie water problem favored Warren Winner. A. _ a a a a by 14 votes same margin in regular Fred m. Warren Republican wednesday was declared the Winner in the race for Campbell county judge Over a. J. Andy Jolly Democrat by 14 votes completion of the recount was the same margin Warren won by last Florence Board of trustees awarded one water main week in the official Tabula water police Protection r before Florence Board Well Daw gone there was considerable business serious affairs occupying Florence Board of trustees tuesday night but levity reared its Happy head when clerk William Fitzgerald read a municipal debt. It went like this a burying one dog $2. Burying smaller dog $1.�?� a maybe the fellow had to dig a deeper the clerk explained. Location of the canine potters Field was not disclosed. Contract and moved to take bids on water main extensions but deferred action on City police Protection at its meeting tuesday night clerk William Fitzgerald reported wednesday. A a thee Lerk explained that sealed bids for a Cruiser were returned unopened after the five newly elected trustees All of whom attended the session indicated they did not want to be committed to employment of a marshal. If such officer were named now his appointment would continue Only until january Fitzgerald said and the Board decided not to buy a Cruiser with the future of a policeman Uncertain. A completely new Board of trustees will take office in Florence Jan. 4. Its members will control appointments of the City attorney Engineer and clerk and the hiring of a marshal if one is desired. Water Mains will be installed on Circle drive Roger Lane Burke Avenue Orchard drive Meadow Lane and Edward Avenue within 66 Days according to terms of a contract awarded Cheater cop Page Independence for laying 4,100 feet of cast Iron a Inch pipe. His bid was $14.072.29. $1,305.71 lower than that of Jay Harria Erlanger whose bid was 97 under that of w. L. Harper co., Cincinnati Fitzgerald said. The contract Calls for work to Start in 10 Days and completion within 60 Days and the successful bidder must sign the contract within five Days after presentation. It was explained that these conditions were inserted to Speed up work As much As possible. Trustees declined officially to announce the Cost per abut Tion following election. The total recount for was 12,218 and Jolly 12, the original count Warren received 12,235 votes to Jolly a 12,221. It is noted that each candidate lost 17 votes in the re count from their original total. Attorneys Henry Cook Odis w. Bertelsman and Lorimer Scott who represented Warren said they would file Serif location declaring Warren the Winner with judge Ray l. Murphy of the Campbell circuit court thursday As wednesday army Bellevue Ufen on list a Newport night life figures Are issued . Gambling tax Stamps gambling shutdown in vie port it there is there must be quite a few stamp collectors in the town. The Federal Revenue department at Louisville wednesday listed a group of Well known figures in Newport a night life who have forked out $50 each for Federal gambling tax Stamps since sept. 1, the associated press reported. On the list Are myer Berman Michael Levinson Thomas Callahan David Polinsky Harry Schrader George Gebhart Sam Gutterman Tony Guerrea William Kreutzer Albert Geyer August Sarvia and William Thomas. They gave Newport As their address. In the past Berman and to i snaky have been identified with the merchants club Michael Levinson with the Flamingo club Gutterman with the Yorkshire club Gebhart with the latin Quarter. Wilder and Callahan and Schrader with the Beverly Hills country club in Southgate. Other Northern Kentucky residents issued gambling Stamps Bellevue a Charles h. Mile Frank Stallkamp Jack c. Secrist John j. Seibert Clifford mile Elmer Wiethorn and Bernitt. Ludlow Charles Brogan. Covington William. Way land. Erlanger and Elsmere reported to approve direct main to Covington o official sources in Erlanger and Elsmere indicated wednesday there was general approval of a proposed a Ian to bring Covington water direct to the towns with a new main connecting with the 24-Inch main at thirty fifth Street and Latonia Avenue in Covington. Contact has been made with Covington officials and their reaction has been favourable it was reported. Warning Elvei the general Warren dry forests endanger Ting foot to property owners the Ris Weintraub and Benjamin clerk explained because past sex Sampson had filed suit request Prience has shown that estimates can be a few cents off causing the need for lengthy explanations. However City attorney Ervin Bramlage said the approximate Cost will be about $2.05 per foot. James e. Ransom civil Engineer associated with Noel Walton City Engineer confined to Christ Hospital Cincinnati following surgery assisted the Board with bids. First Reading was Given an ordinance to extend water Mains on u. S. 42, Scott drive Ash Street and the remainder of new Uri Avenue and bids for the work will be taken at the dec. 8 meeting. Oblique Street was declared one Way East from Burlington Pike to Center Street. The clerk was ordered to inquire at Union Light heat so Power co. About increasing the Power of Street lights in the business District. Ing a recount of All ballots cast last tuesday in the general election in the 130 precincts in the county for county judge. There were 66 disputed ballots of which Jolly received 39 and Warren 19 votes. These votes Are included in the recount totals of each candidate. The remaining eight disputed ballots were void. The recount also revealed numerous errors made by Tabulator in the count election night attorneys for Warren stated. They pointed out that in precinct Eft. Thomas Warren gained a total of 26 votes in the recount. The original count gave Jolly 69 and Warren 149. The recount showed Jolly 57, a loss of 12 votes and Warren 163, a gain of 14 votes. Warren in that precinct gained 26 votes. In precinct not. Thomas Warren gained a total of seven votes. Warrens original total was 237 and in the recount he obtained 236, while Jolly a original count was 117 and in the recount 109, a loss of eight votes which made Warren pick up seven votes in that precinct. Warren gained 11 votes in the recount in precinct a Bellevue. In the recount Warren had 59 Washington nov. Senator Cooper it re a by count a an of fit Quot vol amyl has urged president Eisenhower to launch a series of recount vote was 73 compared radio and television reports to give the people a the to 79 a the original count or a straight facts about the Republican administrations loss of in to f8 that mad War Poh cies Ren pack up 11 votes in that pre human life property Paris ky., nov. 11�? a a the Kentucky conserva Tion Council was told yesterday that human life and property Are in immediate danger because of dry conditions in Forest areas. A major catastrophe could result if High winds should develop in fire areas h. B. Newland of Frankfort director of the division of state forests said. Newland said 9,000 acres of a a forestland were under fire tues method Timber resources would Stice Day is a Holiday. Judge Day the largest acreage reported a no a destroyed my Rahv win than enter Gudr i a. J earlier yesterday the Council ment Deri Griir we a in the 1,1 sinful by year. I was told that no property include next county judge the Council re elected its of ing private Homes would be Safe Jolly through attorneys mor icim of two year term end passed a Resolution condemning a proposal to strip mine Coal in the Cumberland National Forest. Cooper urges president for a a facts on radio to Cooper who May be opposed for re election next year by for farm fiscal and defense issues Mer vice president Alben w. Barkley said he told Eisenhower at a White House conference that a there is general failure on the. Part of the people to understand what is being done in a the people have Confidence in the presidents purposes and in what he says a Cooper said in an interview. A but in going about Kentucky i have found that the people Are confused about what is going on. I urge the president to make a few Short simple reports on radio and television giving the straight facts about conditions As they Cooper said he suggested that Eisenhower talk particularly on cinch. Each candidate had a Tabulator and an inspector besides his at he said that while there was no of tomes at the recount. Edward presidential commitment Cooper Sheehan chief Deputy in the Felt his suggestions were Well re Kau f m �nn�ui�5��s� a re j Cei Ved a Dimenn assist cd in the re the Kentucky senator spoke coun out after senator Knowland of vtv1 0california the r up u b 1 i c a n Villa Leader said the gop can to coast Fri a to Victory in next years Cong res i o att fill signal elections on the strength uci1u Iucci of its presidential sweep in 1952. Five students of Villa Madonna Knowland said that democratic Coue a wil1 participate in the the Resolution said the move of strip Hano interests appears to took the establish a precedent that the Are free of lands sold or dotted to Pablo a copy of the measure Wes sent to Secretary of agriculture Benson. The Council said if minerals were taken by the mine Shaft from strip miners if the project of the Stearns Coal so lumber co. Is carried out. R. F. Collins supervisor of the Cumberland National Forest said tie steams firm could gain Access to the Coal without destroying the surface but that it is cheaper to strip mine. The Stearns co. Land is part of tha National Forest. Robert a steams or. Asked permission to exploit Mineral rights on land he sold in 1947. He has said he planned to rehabilitate the land. Youth leaps from Auto before plunge a Covington youth 19, escaped possible severe injuries when he leaped from his automobile be fore it plunged Over a 25-foot embankment off sleepy hollow Road near the Devou Park Entrance members of Ludlow Rescue squad reported wednesday. Richard Oehler 719 Lewis Street was treated for multiple abrasions and dismissed Tram St. Financing of the project with Bonds carrying a Low interest also has been under discussion and Bond companies have Lawrence been approached on the matter. If the project is under Way at an Early Date the new Supply for the Erlanger Elsmere area May be available before the usual dry spell hits next summer it was reported. For several years residents of the Erlanger Elsmere Florence area have been without sufficient water during the summer months. This year has been the worst with health and Are hazards present. Under the proposed plan Florence also could be supplied with sufficient water an Elsmere spokesman stated. Elizabeth Hospital tuesday a Rio us improvements night following the mishap. Erlanger water com Oehlert a car upset on Tho Road Mittee proposed a its no. 1 before it rolled Over the Hill Ludlow firemen Learned. The vehicle landed in a dried Creek bed and wedged against Trees they added. T Kentucky kernels by Luke Lufberry one Day this week or next polite Young Man May ring your Doorbell and identify himself As a Field auditor for the k e Tucky Revenue department. He will want to know the name of the head of tha household How Many Ara working at your particular address and the name of those who filed state income tax turns. The questions Are and simple but loaded. If the answer tally with the records that a the end of it. If there Are discrepancies they will stand out like a sore thumb and Lead to further investigation. For delinquencies there a a maximum penalty of 25 per cent of total taxes due plus 6 per cent interest. In cases of fraud a 50 per cent penalty can be charged and in extreme cases criminal prosecution might result. Ice re few it it it House to House anxious to Fay kentuckians cordial to state tax agents successes in special congressional and Ual regional Congress of the elections in Wisconsin and new Ohio Kentucky Region National j Jersey As Well As loss of the new federation of Catholic College the Jersey governorship to the dem students scheduled for nov. 13, Check apparently has caused a of crafts were a warning signal 14 and 15 in Dayton o., under bit of co stamation among some that the republicans a have got a auspices of the University persons who have successfully to get Down to of Dayton. A ducked the tax up until now. I continued in a 1 Ruu ill students from Vilia who will a a native kentuckian a new. Of put a a t col it attend Are Patricia Dailey Els i port who apparently la one of them writes to this column a there Are working people who have reached the age of 50 who have managed to save a thousand dollars or so and Are Mere Junior school Delegate Don Hoffhaus Covington Sophomore regional treasurer William Kelley cold Spring Sophomore second regional vice president William j. Mann Covington frantic for fear the state might Sophomore regional International relations chairman and Lawrence Phelps it. Mitchell senior school Delegate. The National federation of attach their savings for whatever taxes the state might want to charge them and leave them penniless. Income from another state is taxable Kentucky is near the Bottom of the list of states in the per capita payment of taxes and so far As we know the wet dry Issue has nothing to do with the income tax. Continued on Pago i. Col. 2 gasoline blast Burns youth a five year old Florence boy was reported in fair condition wednesday at St. Elizabeth Hospital with first and second degree Burns on the body face and fingers. Attendants said Michael Horn Box 170, Ken taboo drive Florence was injured late tuesday when he reportedly put a lighted match into a can of gasoline. Hospital personnel were told the can exploded in the Yard of the Horn residence inflicting the bums on the inquisitive youngster. He was taken to the Hospital in a private Auto. Covington safety record Fama Spralda Fame of Covington a traffic safety record is spreading to such an extent that other communities Are sending police representatives to the City to get the a flow Down on How its done. The City has now gone 475 Days without an Auto death. Three members of the Lexington ky., police department Learned details of the Covington traffic plan in a conference with chief John Bohora and members of the traffic department tuesday it Joseph my Dica maj. John Kersey and sgt. Easy Hedger of the Lexington department were Given an outline of Covington a enforcement regulations and traffic court procedures. Assisting chief bom Hom in the a fill in were it. Jesse Sanders and sgt. Ralph Bosse of the Covington traffic Crew. Bus route in it. Thomas it. Themes buses no. 11 will return to the original route sunday when the first buses begin operations on memorial Parkway from tenth Street in Newport to it. Thomas. The Road is constructed on the old it Thomas Streetcar right of Way. The North it Thomas bus line no. 21 will continue to operate Over the waterworks Road company officials stated. Ther. Btu much hut a divorces asked Frankfort ky., nov. 11�? a of a kentuckians have Catholic College students is Al thou representation now. Been a extremely cordial to agents of the state Revenue nationwide student association. And what is this Money to be department who began an All out Campaign this week designed to join the student clubs a feta of of they want to get of Catholic colleges in common projects and Aims. Of ferreting out income tax dodgers. A the response has really sex needed our said year compared with the same no a i pm a William g. Herzel acting Revenue per of Lei i Rirl Lellay commissioner tax collections totalled fl4,771,-� Bowling Green. Kyd a nov. ,.�?~d my. A eld offic a have been swamped by persons anxious to pay their delinquent taxes and added that it would be several Days before the department would be Able to Tell How Well its newest project seeking and non tax Revenue $296,056,1 Mer Park City postmaster is compared with 9362,583. The slated for trial Jan. 11 on charges a Atter includes fees sales tuition i filed in connection with his1 rentals investment income gifts operation of that office. The in-1 and Grants. Dict ment accuses him of Unlaw-1 the Road fund collected 222, fully disposing of 931 in postage All people living in Kentucky legally Why not a sales tax a a ene wha Hue paid the state income tax As far Back a he has had to. And As me the Felt like a a age Etc while ethers scoffed at Hie compliance Luke am i gush with sympathy far these these to tri City Council Fate in balance Fate of the tri City Council comprising representatives of Erlanger Elsmere and Florence May be determined wednesday night. A meeting is scheduled for 8 p. In Florence town Hall. Observed pointed out that the session will be the last that can be attended by present Elsmere representatives since that City a Council from which delegates Are chosen will reorganize in december. Tri City Council organised to help the three municipalities to act in concert and to try to arrive at a solution to their water problems Mayer May not be dissolved wednesday night it was cited. Erlanger representation to the Council is secure since citizens there voted to retain present City Board members but at Best Florence representatives could attend Only one additional meeting because an entire hew Board of trustees will take office in that City next january. The new main to was said would eliminate the need of a new water system on the Licking River which has been proposed by Kenton county water District no. 1 and supported by county judge William e. Wehrman. In its recent report following a Survey of the water a Atema of the Dixie Highway communities recommendation that the Kenton county water District no. 1 connect a new main to Covington 24-Inch main at thirty fifth Street and Latonia. However according to Tho latest reports the water District intends to push through its plans for the new water Plant which is expected to coat Mora than 92.000,000. Man sought in knife threat against boy Covington detectives wednesday were investigating a a Story told them by a 13-year-old boy who complained that a Man followed him to school tuesday and at one time displayed a Knifa in an attempt to have the boy accompany him to an apartment the youngster said the Man at Flat offered him 95 and then showed the knife and said a a in la make you go when he refused. The boy said another Man Cam along and he walked beside that Man to school. He said the first Man was waiting around the school at noon and again at 4 p. When classes were dismissed. The boy told detectives that when a teacher approached the Man at 4 p. M., he fled. A four children die in fire Driver freed in Auto death a jury in the Campbell circuit court Newport late tuesday returned a not guilty verdict in the Case of Morris Colwell jr., 25, 1040 Columbia Street Newport who was charged with involuntary manslaughter in connection with a fatal Accident on Licking Pike Wilder. The jury of ten women and two men returned the verdict after deliberating one hour. Testimony in the Case was heard for two Days. William f. Monsell 8015 Robinson Road Cincinnati was a Louisville ky., nov. 11�? of a four Small children died today when flames swept through a housing project apartment. Several other youngsters were cleared from the building a former army Barracks converted into apartments. The victims children of or. And mrs. Robert c. Rayman �? were Irene Elizabeth Al Robert Walter who would have been four in january Leonard Anthony 2, and Edward Merle 1. The parents fled in a Dasa when they smelled smoke. Rayman cat his wrist slightly when he smashed a window in a desperate Effort to re enter the apartment. Fire Ien said the Blaze was believed to have started in an electric Light socket and spread to a plastic covered Couch in the front room. The Blaze was confined to the Rayman apartment. Tally injured in the crash which occurred sept. 28. Monsell was eleven other families have walking on the Highway at the apartments in the a ame converted time he was struck police re-1 Barracks. Firemen found the ported i baby s body in a crib in his Par Colwell a machine struck an bedroom. The other three other vehicle in the rear causing children were in another bed the latter automobile to Cross the room _ opposite Side of the Road striking j?p%<5r�ner a Arr Monsell. The Impact police said i Rita buted the death of All four caused Monsell to be thrown l children to suffocation and Sec underneath a truck Parke Dond third degree Burn near by. Bulletin Ben Everett 69, Nego 904 Hopkins Street Cincinnati collapsed wednesday noon while Dos fans a ditch at sixteenth and Garrad streets Covington. He was removed to St. Elisabeth Hospital where he was reported dead on arrival. The Coroner s office said it was believed Everett was victim of a heart attack. He was an employee of the Union Light heat a Power co. Alarm prevents jewel theft the burglar alarm at the Newport jewelry co., 110 East sixth Street Newport was sounded wednesday at 3 22 a. And police discovered that a Large pavement Brick was thrown through a window. Nate Shostack owner told police a camera set valued at $6.50 was taken from the display window. Damage was estimated at 9100 interested in Towi four petitioners All alleging cruelty were granted divorce to Civ r 01111 1 late tuesday in Kenton circuit i a late tuesday court. Edward Brautigan a Soldier whose address was listed As 1915 54. Missing since monday was Denver Street Covington was a found yesterday in his car near Given divorce from Lydia Brauti Here. Coroner Coy Drew said Gan Metarie la. They were Thomson manager of a music married in july of 1952, Accord store died of a gunshot wound ing to the petition. A i the head and that a pistol was others granted divorce were on the seat betide the body. Betty Lou Thomas Taylor Mill Pike Kenton county from Wil-1 Louisville ky., nov. 11�? Liam Thomas 1301 Banklick a it a col. Ralph c. Bing former civic group head lauds record vote in Erlanger citing that Erlanger voters turned out in record making numbers at the recent election of City officials chairman Carl Young of the Erlanger civic committee for Good government said wednesday the heavy balloting a is conclusive proof our citizens Are very much a to Ebosi j0vth Ltd a. I tot wed in the civic affairs of their additional funds is making out. Meantime officials said the states general operating fond was Down 14.4 per cent the first fear months of this fiscal. The income tax was subs Titus 467,029, Down 0.6 per cent from Stamps and including the Hows de for the sales tax in governor Street Covington Ben Longmire Deputy chief of operation in #2.609,686 in the comparable his minor son worked with the a. B. Chandler s administration Covington from Mattie Longmire legislative Liaison amp Ork in Wash 1952 period. Total number worked by two in 1936. To answer some of a a a the decline was due to Advance clerks. The trial waa continued native kentuckians questions payments and refunds officials yesterday at request of the the tax has been declared constr a More than 75 per cent of our registered voters went to the polls to cast their votes for their favored candidates a Young said. A this is an excellent sign of Good citizenship and we Hope this spirit will the committee supported the civic improvement ticket which was elected. A we truly believe your selection of these men was a Good one and that the affairs of he added a the vote waa Eiore and we believe the Cut Lena ticket deserves a hand in the Campaign they waged. They did Well indeed. Such campaigns by Twe opposite groups tend to stimulate Clive Pride and create civic interest in our Young said the committee will Sam. A defense. Lut ional a Kentucky resident�?Ts1 Street Covington. 1636 Russell a treat Covington inf ton became chief of the Ken Erlanger will be in the hands of continue to function in behalf of and Warren l. Collins from Tucky military District yesterday honest fair minded and capable Good government in Erlanger and Mabel Collins 19 West Shaler he succeeded col. H. Y. Lyon a men a Young told the Erlanger asked for the co operation of tha a retired. I residents. Town s residents

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