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Cincinnati Kentucky Times Star (Newspaper) - November 12, 1953, Cincinnati, OhioKentucky weather fair thursday Friday Low thursday night near 30&Quot High Friday 60a 4 thursday november 12, 1953 a published As the first phone he 4320 times Star Section of the Cincinnati times Start 64 Paget 5c isftsis"1 0c a Raas final its voting devices Flavoured for Dixie Section mayor John j. Moloney said thursday Covington is now studying the costs of laying a new water main direct to the Erlanger Elsmere area. Officials of the two towns revealed wednesday they Are favourable to this project to relieve the water shortage which has a truck the communities during the summer months for several years. The towns Are now supplied by Kenton county water District no. 1 which purchases its water from Covington. By 2 Campbell officials memorial service in Dayton two women victims of purse thief purses of to o worn snatched one Early thursday and the other wednesday night according to Covington police reports. Mrs. Josie Gill. 208 Johnson Street an employee of the Colony restaurant screamed when a White juvenile grabbed her pocketbook near third and John Aon streets. I mayor Moloney said mayor o. K. Price of Erlanger has asked for a meeting of Covington and Erlanger boards to discuss the proposal. At that time the mayor said figures on the Cost of the main and rates would be available. The project he said could be financed by a Revenue Bonds. A Low interest rate could be obtained he said j As a result of Covington a Excel were Lent credit rating at this time. The main to Erlanger and Elsmere would connect with the 24-Inch main and pump at thirty fifth Street and Latonia Avenue in Covington. The project. Mayor Moloney said would give the two towns sufficient water now and provide for possible expansion in the future. Theo Tate Hageman exec assistant police chief Chester utile Secretary of Kenton county fee who was cruising in the water District no. 1, announced this week that bids for construction of the proposed new water Plant on the Licking River will Vicinity heard the scream and saw a Man running on Russell Street several motorists were halted by police but the suspect be received at his office 31 East was not apprehended. The purse seventh Street Covington on contained a Check and $1. Idec. 22. Miss Patricia Schneider 1263 a n a Highway Avenue of the est f be her purse was fetched by has a a peeked in Erlanger two youths at fifth and Craw and Elsmere and other Dixie Warre Moebus plan Knoxville trip to see machines in action two Campbell county officials will go to Knoxville tcnn., next thursday to observe that City a voting machines Quot in county Judy be Stanley c. Moebus and county judge elect Fred w. Warren said they planned to study the voting Ivi Avor Lyl Oloney machines during the voting and also in the count. They have invited county commissioners Jake Martz Maynard Heck in a Surprise move thurs and James bus Clark to make the trip with them Day at the meeting of Covington City commissioners mayor John j. Moloney suggested that each member of the Board prepare his own 1954 budget the Field of voting machines for operation of the City. The idea is a departure from past practice in which the City manager usually works out the officials to Ork on City budget move urged by Moebus and Warren Are in favor of the use of the machines in Campbell county. This will be Knoxville a initial venture in 0 b1iu �?z1aie a memorial Wreath rests at the base and a new american Flag is flying atop the Ford Covington about 8 Highway communities but the memorial Monument sixth and Berry avenues Dayton. Kersten of tray auxiliary wednesday con 1 project has the full support of veterans of foreign wars conducted the 11 of clock armistice Day ceremony there $20. Jack Weber 108 Daniel Street Man we j appoints the water told police $50 Worth of Wiench a commissioners who in u a were stolen from his Auto parked Tro he operation f Fth a at Patton and Maryland Avenue District. Wednesday night. J a a a suit to enjoin the District from going ahead with the plan is now pending in the Kenton circuit court. A special committee appointed in Erlanger to study and recon county judge William e. Wehr girls find body of Man at Dayton wednesday with its americanism chairman mrs. Otto Heeg. Presenting the Flag to mayor Walter Pilgrim who accepted it in behalf of the City of Dayton. Mrs. Leroy Birkley auxiliary president placed the Wreath in memory of that first armistice Day 35 years ago the five Man firing squad from Kersten of Day Post gave the Salute with George Gibbons or. Serving As bugler for taps. Pictured at the Monument Are left to right Gibbons Gilbert Birkley. Junior vice commander Harry Herms past department commander vow mrs. Heeg mayor Pilgrim mrs. Birkley Louis Reuter chaplain and Otto Heeg past commander. Big business in a big business Deal at the meeting of Covington commissioners thursday they rescinded an old ordinance granting the citizens Telephone co. Permission to maintain cables Over the Newport and Covington Bridge. The action resulted in a Revenue loss to the City of $37.50 annually assistant City solicitor Rodney Bryson noted lie said inasmuch As the Bridge was the property of the state of Kentucky the Utility contended it was not required to pay Covington for the privilege of using. It for its cables. Local officials favouring the devices pointed out that they would eliminate Many unintentional mistakes and give citizens a quicker and More a curate count. The recount of votes in the recent county judges race Between Warren and a. J. Andy Jolly disclosed tabulation errors in the original count in 100 out of Campbell county a 130 precincts. This is no condemnation or reflection on the part of the Tabulator election commission or the office of George j. Kaufman county clerk. The mistakes Are unintentional and ate not of Tabulator Etc. Through Purchase of the machine. Errors made in the original election count of the Warren Jolly race in the 100 precinct a numbered 246 votes. Each candidate had lost 17 votes on the a recount from the original Tabu lation. Continued on Page 1 u. S. Agents direct fight against fires Frankfort ky., nov. He a3 a Federal forestry inspectors p r of group. Ajr a in Fig sting Flat of Reg cover a Quot eld. A in 827 acres of Perry county ancient. Its a Miracle that More Timber Anri Vesterdal contilanri1 it de do it0he a Var the Sutey 31 old confusion and noise on election mend the Best Way to solve the water problems for the Erlanger-1110wijo la Elsmere Florence area be lectern x. To seek Florence area selected As its no. 1 proposal the water line to the 24-Inch main at. A thirty fifth Street and Latonia the body of a Dayton Man was Avenue. This line the commit found tuesday by two Young the would insure am i a t7kanir Adeti uate Supply and a minimum girls along the Ohio River Bank capita outlet at the foot of Jackson Street. The proposed new county Dayton. Dayton police identified Aid for Road $450,000 expended on roads in Kenton _ Mir it which occurs in the base ment of the Newport court House budget and presents it to the where the vote Are tabulated Board for ado Roval. Mayor Moloney pointed out primaries and general elec much time would be saved if Tiona Cost the fiscal court about each member studied City plan-�$8.000 for Tabulator. This does Ning and problems and arrived. It an individual budget solution.�?�0 he said the procedure would Kwh eliminate much of the discus adopted in 1942, the blanketed 6,555 acres and 80 new blazes extended Over 1.475 acres Andrew brands and Ted Flint. U. It. Forest service inspectors is Philadelphia joined Charles Coralu state District forester at in helping direct the Are fighting near Hasard. The forestry division said it had reports that spreading Quot Back approximately $450.000 has been or is being spent on to Irav the Kentucky Roa it is in Kenton county by the state and Federal agencies water Plant and distribution state Highway drop fitment con a Mccartt Kenton county Engineer said thursday. A inn 4, a is than �000 mor1 Vicinity of sixteenth and Mon this a in addition to work done by the Kenton county fourth Avenue Dayman pm Alfred Lefeber &.associate,. Roads Quot a Quot tenancy Repa r a exp so eng cd in y of the Baltimore amp Ohio consuming engineers 2933 Wood-1bsty . Road he stated. Burn Avenue Cincinnati a a it in Naae by Cuy am thais majr. The roads being constructed or Tam Sauter Camobell Charee of the pretes a Quot Cit a manager 0scar Husch under contract let by the stale or Leo Muter. Campden Ctm Orthe project. Rev. John Hage Highway department Are the we nil rna a Uek he hag Emaid the Rad afe Quot Auar Pri Quot Cipal Newport Fowler Creek Road which a be Al i Man a a. Aodarentlv1 video into three an a Catholic High school and repro ing rebuilt from the Madison said the Man was Appa e a ded nto three sections and tentative i of the new shopping a be to Taylor Mill Pike at a taking a walk along the tractors May bid on them in Center win go to Frankfort Friday Cost of $70,000. It is about five Bank when he d Duall a awl he let to discuss the matter with High Miles in length. Loos is survived by his father bids As advertised do not include was department officials. John Loos Dayton five Sisters the construction of a dam across or cry say a Carruthers read mrs. Martha Day mrs. Arthur Banklick to form a Pool of water. The quarters of a mile Long. Hebe and mrs. Raymond Thor for the proposed Plant. Would connect Alexandria Pike sen All of Dayton mrs. Kay Section 1 is for installation of with memorial Highway. The Dullaghan Newport and mrs. Majn5 connecting the system to latter Road is Between Newport William Kraftt Ludlow seven the 500,000 gallon water tank to and Jet. Thomas and has been Brothers Carl Edgar and , be erected in Kenton lands near constructed along the old street11 of Dayton. Arthur. Detroit Erlanger. Car right of Way. Fated with Asphalt Al a co of Stanley it. Thomas Robert Section 2 is for laying approx the manager explained car bt1wcen $35,000 and $40,000, and Bellevue and John Sharon a Ely five and a Balf Miles of Ruthers Road would tie in with about 18 Miles of Roadway has Ville o. Mains from the Plant to be con the new Catholic High school been surfaced with Asphalt and an entirely new Road is under construction 4rom Kenton to Demossville u an Extension of state route 177 and is about six and a half Miles Ion. The Cost is $270.000. The program of the county for the next few years will be largely to Widen to 14 or 16 feet the 250 Miles of roads which now Are Only 10 or 12 feet wide he stated. This is being done by paving the existing dirt shoulders and no additional rights of Way Are required Mccartt said. There Are Only about 15 Miles of Road i. Fiscal court May approve of rfcs Quot aggravated the situation inthe Purchase of voting machines j the big Leatherwood Section of in rent them on an option for Perry county. Quot Back fire a a Are Purchase basis. The machines purposely set to Clear a path in under the former plan could be i front of a major Blaze and Cut it paid off. In Revenue Bonds in 13 off from other Timber veal. A a. Evnin Flthe 4t is show houses Aid explained another fiscal court i could abolish it and return to it drive Ftp rain life he old system of counting and of ukr therefore it is suggested that under sponsorship of the the Purchase plan be carried a Campbell county Junior Cham Pion attendant to the annual adoption of a budget. If each official prepared a budget the mayor said the Board would save time to such an extent that it could establish the new tax rate expected to be a decrease As soon it the report of the Board of Fly Ali nation was rendered. Mayor Moloney also noted that if the proposal was followed. The Board would be in Good shape to work on salary ordinances a her of Commerce and various immediately after the first of under the present system of Parent teacher associate lbs the year. He said each Man it Oun ins. Not More than 350 votes a ups. Four movie houses will would have a More composite May of it ca8t in by precinct. In hold special showings for Clotil picture of the City s financial to Der the machine system this Dren tuesday with the adm Iarion a sit Ion. Number is increased to 700. There 1 requirement being presented of a a no precinct in Campbell coun two bound books. Continued on Page 15.col. 5. To which has that Many voters. The Enterprise is part of the in the county which Are Rock Turkeyfoot Road has been sur a surfaced with the exception of the new roads being constructed. These Are traffic bound a Maysville club re elects officers requiem High mass will be in Forest Hills. The and shopping Center which Are 4.-. Miles sealed with Asphalt Sung Friday at 9 a. M. In s. May is we i vary from six to 24 to be constructed in that area in work none by the county Bernard Church 1dayton, with chm the near future prayers at a Steher Section a for he con. St. Striction of the treatment Plant. To expand Fea cemetery. It. Thomas which includes a building basins i friends May Call at the funeral Chlon gators pumps chemical Quot ran for cd tar feeders and sewage lines. I Hageman estimated the costs Kenton county businessmen of the three sections at $1,600, and leaders in the future farm-000. The water is to be carried ers of America movement were Over horse ranch Road to the meeting thursday at the Charn Mains on Dixie Highway. Ber of Commerce Covington to the contract for the erection plan the local Campaign of a the late Fredericka Wehmeier 0f the tank at Kenton lands has statewide drive to raise $250,000 funeral Home Newport at 8 jj0m. Burial will be in Stephen s May Call at Home thursday after 3 . Wehmeier estate valued at $55,000 consists principally of widening e listing roads Patching holes and ditching them Mccartt stated. There Are about 450 Miles of Road it a inc county and All Are in Good Snape the Engineer reported. Maysville by. Nov. 12�? special a All officers of the Cadam and must Settle for some Maysville country club were regime before it is possible to place elected at a meeting yesterday a permanent surface on them. Including Ernest b. Hillenmeyer in addition Mccartt said the or president. Hillenmeyer is county this summer constructed Vica president of the Parker to a Bridge on the Crescent Springs Barco co. Road to replace the Structure other officers Are John a. A a a which collapsed. This coat $4,500 Everett vice president Madison would save Money from the ind was paid out of the Road and goo Secretary and Myron d. Reduction of precinct paying Carimen county would not need 130 Marhl nes for its 130 precincts. Fifty precincts could be rom blend with the other Pree Inas so that Only 80 voting machines would be used. However. It was pointed out that an additional eight would have to be on hand in Case of some defect in mechanism so that they could be replaced immediately. One Type of the voting machine costs 81,598 and another is 81,300. The county Brit Ign fund. Plan of the Jaycees and the Pat units to collect books with which j to Stock Bookmobiles throughout the slate. The books for movie admission a must be regular bound volume. No magazines Quot funny books or others of that Type will a accepted. Performances for the Book bearing youngsters will be held at the state theater Newport at 5 30 p. M. Hipp Newport 6 30 p. M. Daylue Dayton. 7 p. A. And the Mary Ann Bellevue 7 p. M. Kentucky kernels Kenton county left estimated at $55,000, already been let to the Pitts to expand the Fra training Burgh Des Sofnes co. And is sex Center. The Center is located at. Petted to be delivered next feb Hardinsburg to her will on file Rumary Hageman said. Fred Macklin and other Mcm Kenton county court. She died of the chamber of com oct. 28. A i or a j Merce were attending the meet Learned who her sister. Ida. R. 3. Taylor rial Waivel no along with Charles Fedders. Their county amp Harrodsburg. By. Nov. 12 chairman of the group of the judge was to an estate according by Luke Lufberry wednesday at Long last eight Days after the election alone changed the standings by 26 votes. Most of the mistakes were no Merz treasurer. Re elected directors were l. L. Browning c. D. Russell Merz and Everett. Holdover directors include Jack Kirk Milton c. Russell George l. Ballou Harold cunning. T. Frank Jones Houston l. Wood a Weis Jack Mcneil William l. Traxel and c. C. Calvertjr. The people of Campbell county doubt Hun. A a weary workers in crowded and named w. Mph Mips a Quot charged Covington Kenton county Chen be for the a Fea trope pm s5 to wit St the ass it a a Urce. A a Cay Wood next four to Derwana 1 pro nerdy. Beating of a. L. Powell. 72. With Auzenn pendent of Kenton county year ask Surv. Of the Are a rolling pin. Waived examining schools and Frank pen to be Wegener Ajmer Bvrd and Yei tiday and was held to a Den. Of the Kenton Joe Johnston. The grand jury. Wiiki a nest act Fransz greater Harmony urged in armistice Day talk a re a rolling pin. Waived examining schools and Frank Penick pres mistakes by Quot a a county the dozens in chapter of the Fra. Tabulation and plans for expansion of the ballot count Center were outlined at a tucs were disclosed Day meeting at Hardinsburg by several re when present facilities were de t tabulations scribed As inadequate electric toaster taken by thief and by a subsequent recount of All ballots after discoveries Luce confusing conditions. But there were certain ballots and figures which were difficult to explain. But whether or not the Best of motives underlay All the discrepancies there were too Many of them. In a number of cases persons voting in Good Faith were disfranchised because of the a carelessness or ignorance of precinct officials. Certainly the Public a Confidence in the accuracy of its election machinery has a a been shaken. A one aroused citizen has bil Jarc port i Fly ill prize winning band to play Newport High schools 80-piece band will perform at 7 30 p. M. Friday at eighth and Monmouth streets. Newport under the direction of James Parka. The Newport band won first place in the class by band Competition at the Kentucky state fair Louisville. In september. Mooting Sot hoc. Tri City councils Fate awaits meet in Elsmere survival of the tri City Council of Erlanger Elmer and Florence seems favourable after a meeting of the Council wednesday at Florence town Hall. The Council was formed in june. 1952, primarily to tackle the water situation in the three towns. However the final decision As to the Fate of the Council was delayed until the next meeting which will be held dec. 9 at the Elsmere firehouse. Some of the City officials of Florence were wednesday s meeting newly elected ,. 24-Inch Mam on thirty fourth and Street in Covington. Present gelled to us that any election officer flagrant Viola \ a o \ icily la of mistakes tons of the Laws be stricken. A Hanf find the totals of the henceforth from All future lists. A. ,. La mrs. Anna Guilfoyle 326 West kept changing me Una is of hav met Irit Toga Street. Newport was treated at Booth Hospital Covington for injuries suffered wednesday when struck by an automobile ninth Street Newport thursday original count Fred Warren was proposal does have Merit. Greater Harmony and a larger membership was reported the theft of a $35 elec found to be the Winner by 14 however we do believe that stressed by speakers at the annual armistice Day dinner or Fiche a a a a Lom that year porch votes. After completion of the the Best solution is the use of wednesday night of James Wallace Costigan Post no. Floyd Williams. 210 wet recount and the agreement of at-1 voting machines. In their Case 11, american legion held in the legion Hall Newport. Twelfth Street Newport told tourneys As to the disposition of past and present state District. Police four Chrome Hub Caps Val disputed ballots Warren still was j in meanders delivered we have brought Honor to James used at $20 were stolen from his. Pot cd Mma Cougan port. Automobile when parked in from Al cled by 14 vo1�?� Karl Raabe commander was of his Home a a a a it a Ian no Wallace i addresses. About 200 persons attended the affair including City master of ceremonies. Fred a he but a b.i�?at,eom� recount starts cad the names of All past commanders of the Post. The Rev. Harbour Villa by nov. 12 Robert Vater assistant pastor Ofle i Pic a re tabulation of ballots Corpus Christi Church Newport cast in the Knox county sheriff s offered the invocation and the race is slated today at the request a Rev. Charles j. Schaufuss pastor of w. B. Frazier Defeated demo of York Street congregational cratic candidate. Frazier who Church. Newport delivered the lost to Republican John h. Pickard by 107 votes in the nov. 3 and county officials. Lambert h e h 1. Campbell county us commissioner said there is a greater need today for legislation to aaa iat veterans of world War u and to revise the rules governing vet Erans administration hospitals throughout the Benediction. Quot i had the privilege of serv William Mose Ritter was election claims Pickard Vanl with the South for whom we chairman of the committee in Fiven votes which belong to the 1 a a Democrat. J have named this Post. I know charge. But done to let that fool you the same figures did mean that just a few errors were found with one honest mistake Here cancelling off another there. Actually there were wide swings in the totals. For instance. In a re tabulation before the recount one candidate was found to have been Given 49 too Many votes la a Tingle precinct. La the Reeo at the Correct mint of fins precinct no ballot can be spoiled either by voter or official. With machines there ran be no fraud at the precinct level without the collusion of ail the officials there. The machines Are not subject to human frailties in adding up the votes. The results of All races in a county Are known within a couple of hours after the polls close. With voting machines there a at tenth and Monmouth streets. Newport. He sustained Elbow left leg and right knee bruises. Police said the Driver was George Moore 520 Elm Street. Newport. Moore took Heberle to the Hospital. After treatment he was released. Officer hurl this the at committee said w Ould insure an _ _ and they adequate Supply of w Ater at a said they Felt the tri City coun minimum capital outlay Cal was doing constructive work. Price said that this proposal they said they would hold in would give the tri City area official meetings prior to the 6.000,000 Gallons of water a Day us Cember meeting. Al uniform pressure. Erlanger mayor o. K. Price. A. Llan of House numbering in the three towns approved recently by three councils might have to be changed George Rassenfoss civil Engineer explained. Who presided at the meeting said a the Council is a purely optional organization without any Legal Powers. It has Power Only of making recommendations which members May take Back to their respective councils. Its sole purpose is to discuss problems which affect the three Price said that if it were de Cidad to retain the tri City coun Buttermilk Pike in South it. Cil at the december piecing. Mitchell to the City limits of election of officers would t Ike Erlanger. Place that night. William Fitzgerald. Florence City clerk said that Florence was mayor Price announced concerned with the number that feed a broken right Arm that Erlanger has unofficially a Ken taboo Northern Boundary of wednesday afternoon when his Cepter the findings of a special the town would receive. He said motorcycle fell on him. The plan was to Start the numbering at the Covington City limit and run continuously out Dixie Highway to and including Florence. But Rassenfoss said that not enough numbers have been allotted to the area be tweet patrolman the Newport William Grau of tra Etc squad suf a a a a a a a Quot committee that was appointed to a meeting would be held next a f a a a i thie officer u As cleaning the find the Best Way of solving the week to determine the Correct racking uncertainty int a come a Vehs Cje in the City building Yard water problem for the three number so that the City could Pap ,0�?on,y a Ortlon when it toppled on him. He was cities. Gel started on its numbering pro in Campbell county in treated at Booth Hospital Cov the committee recommended Gram in order that merchandise 1 it cant Inead in Page i8.ce. 8.7. Ing run a w Ater line be connected to the deliveries May be made. V

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