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Cincinnati Kentucky Times Star (Newspaper) - November 14, 1953, Cincinnati, OhioKentucky weather sunny warmer saturday. High 60s. Clear Cool saturday night. Low 34s. Sunday fair. Saturday november 14, 1953 Kentucky times Star a published As the first j Section the Cincinnati times Start phone he 4320 24 pages 5c St Carrizo to Sukk. 30cman Dies in Boone Auto Bluegrass final to a. Grid season closes saturday Nch topples Dixie Covington Highlands Newport victorious bowl game at Dayton i \ by Tom Kramer unpredictable Newport Catholic handed the newly crowned Northern Kentucky athletic conference champions at Dixie Heights a stunning 18-0 upset defeat in their his school Gridiron meeting Friday night at Dixie stadium. It marked the second setback against eight victories for the Little colonels and spoiled Dixie a Farewell gift to Veteran coach Rice Mountjoy. Who resigned this week to enter private business at Danville by. Holmes bulldogs blasted from the Nikac running last week when they dropped a 13-12 tilt to Newport Public bounced Back into the Victory column with Friday nights 47-0 Conquest a the Bellevue tigers at the Covington stadium in other Friday night action Newport Public wildcats belted Reading of13-7, at Newport and Highlands bluebirds romped to a 47-6 Victory Over Campbell county at Alexandria. Northern Kentucky a Scholastic football season will officially close saturday night when the Dayton Green devils clash with the Raceland by Ramblers in the first annual Dayton Booster bowl clash at Davis Field. Newport Catholic 18, Dixie 0 the Jim Liber coached Tho Roberds turned two Dixie fumbles into touchdowns in the first Quarter and went to Surprise the colonels Friday night at the Dixie stadium. The final Newport Catholic six Pointer came in the third period an 80-Yard drive. Failing 1o gain in the opening minutes the game the catholics punted out Dixie a one. On the second running play he colonels fumbled and Newport Catholic recovered the Dixie six. Jerry Briede picked up one Yard before Frank Wrobleski connected a jump pass to Bob Schuett for the six Pointer. Dixie bobbled the Ball gain later in the opening Quarter anal the Tho Roberds took Possession the colonel 49. The catholics drove to the 10 from where Jerry Briede crashed Over for the to. Final Newport Catholic score came in the third period after the Tho Roberds took it a Dixie punt their own20. Aided by a 13-Yard pass from Wrobleski to Schuett they went to the Dixie 16. Jerry Briede then dashed the final 46 Yards for the payoff u. Was the fourth win the season for Newport Catholic. Holmes 47, Bellevue 0 apparently in a vicious mood after absorbing their first Loos the season last week Tom Ellis Holmes men struck pay dirt in every Quarter As they walloped the Bellevue tigers 47-0, in 0 Hrkac struggle at the Covington stadium. The bulldogs runners a in the 10-team conference race finished the season with nine Ivin and one defeat. The bulldogs tallied twice in the opening period and scored i Lone to in the second chapter to pile up a 21-0 halftime margin filter one third Quarter to the Covington Crew ended its scoring auth a three touchdown outburst in the final stanza. Holmes touchdowns were credited to 1 Dave Dramis a one Yard plunge 2 Dave Bishop a three Yard run 3 Rod Bagby a 12-Yard pass from Phil Wolff 4 Larry Hester a Bine Yard run 5 Bob West a 12-Yard Jaunt 6 Jim Bannister who plunged Over from the three Yard Stripe and 7 Bill Strieker As he picked up a Bellevue Bobble and went 14 Yards the tally. Newport 13, Reading 7 4 Bob Miller s wildcats Newport Public rang Down the curtain the local Grid Campaign As they pushed across a Finai Quarter touchdown to defeat Reading o., 13-7, Friday night at Newport. The new porters have five wins four defeats and a tie. Newport drove deep into Reading territory late in the first period but the ohioans held their own four. Falling is gain they punted to their 41. The wildcats marched the the Reading 22 from where halfback Paul Etienne broke Loose and scampered for the to Early in the second period. Boh Taylor a bus fares to go up sunday a one the boy Ever conversion gave the a cats a 7-0 halftime Lead. Reading knotted the count with a third Quarter Acore. The do iowans marched 59 Yards with Proffitt climaxing the drive Vith his one Yard payoff plunge. Proffitt ran the extra Point to de the score. The Home team went 68 Yards for the game winning to in lie final period. The wildcats took Over their own 32 end marched to the Reading five with Jim Woods scooting Over for the Narker. Taylor s attempted conversion failed. Highlands 47, Campbell county 6 Ray Mosley Northern Kentucky a leading Point producer reeled off three touchdowns Friday night to spark the Highlands bluebirds to a 47-6 Triumph Over Campbell county in their Nikac meeting at Alexandria. The Bluebird halfback finished with 16 Tda a and one conversion for a 67-Point total. The highlanders scored twice in each the opening two quarters to hold a 26-0 half time advantage. The winners tallied once in the third period and ended their scoring with a pair final Quarter Tda a. Campbell county a Lone six Pointer came in the third stanza. Mosley went 15, 2 and 25 Yard for his three touchdowns. Dave Becker accounted for two Bluebird six pointers As he took g six Aid pass for one to and returned an intercepted pass 20 Yards for the other. Bob Evans and Bob Steggeman accounted Cor the other touchdowns. Halfback Adian Clark raced 65 Yard with a punt return to give the camels their Lone score the game in the third Quarter. The Green line will begin charging a new Basic interstate fare 15 Cash 12vi-cent tokens sunday at 12 01 a. M., Utility officials announced saturday. New fares effective both Cincinnati Newport amp Covington railway and Dixie traction buses will replace present 11-cent rides. One week later weekly fare permits will be inaugurated to sell for 80 cents that will entitle holders to ride As often As they want for five cents in the base fare zone Green line Heads announced. Fare permits will be instituted a 120-Day trial they added. Commissioner John Kinnaird Kentucky a department motor transportation from his Home in Nicholasville saturday told Kentucky times Star Frankfort correspondent Sam Stiles that he a a found nothing which to predicate a suspension the the increase had been recommended late Friday by Ltd examiner Wilmot. Compaq Zalener state i eat allows fares the be a ease effective automatically. Sale he Reald have Selstead #4 the Aew rate if he had found anything the warrant each action if there had been Protesta filed at a hearing in Frankfort Nev. T. Interstate rates will remain 15 cents Cash four tokens for 25 cents outside the Basic intrastate fare a one where the present fare is 134 cents by the use a Token 16 cents Cash the new fare will be 15 cents. In other areas served by the Green line Wilmot approved proposed raises 1% cents to 1% cents with the exception the route Between Alexandria and Southgate it. Thomas where the companies new fare schedule provides for a 30-cent woman objects to Bingo Winner at night Riib a Cincinnati woman who t a a Bingo Friday night had something to say about a Man who three times in a Row at the Schmidt play orium in Newport by. Mrs. Ruth Crawford 3743 a cents Reading Road Avondale report with that she said he quickly de to the times Star sat pulled i coat sleeve Over his urday the proceedings a cuffs to hide them from View. Police Nab woman in raid Cinci Natian is victim As car hits Utility pole other mishaps Are listed a 54-year-old Cinci Natian died in wreckage Auto that snapped a Utility pole u. S. 25, four Milea South Florence Early saturday said Boone county Coroner Robert Brugh. Walton. The victim Jame Russell a. Quot Beels 846 Dayton Street suf by the Phelps welding co., will two juvenile found in room he ,�.vy�?~ we Klong Survell unc $25 Newport club Middle aged Man won games in a Row for $100, and $500. A was soon m that happened i went up the the Man the was calling the numbers and she said. Talked him How it was possible for one Man to win three games in a Row unless the game was mrs. Crawford said that after the caller whom she described As a Man Between 50,and 60, explained the method conducting the game she asked him a a yes but what would prevent you Fifon having numbers written your shirt cuff a she said that a Man whom she described a a a having a a Bull neck and a Semi i 8cond-floor apartment at smile i face a walked i face walked up close to her an said a a now look lady. A i am looking a she retorted. A and what i see does t look mrs. Crawford described the the Lucky player As a having the Stamps a being one the a a course a she added a the discussion was All in clean fun an they were polite to me. I done to mind paying the Money for a night s entertainment even though i Don t win but 1 no to like the idea a Man winning three times in a holy mass it cat bed ral examiner Ben Catholic Womel opel a i m convention sunday second annual convention Cov Leigton diocesan Council National Council Catholic women will take place sunday and monday in hotel Sheraton Gibson Cincinnati. William t. Mulloy d.d., Bishop Covington is honorary chairman for the convention. Registration the Mezzanine standing committee assemblies in parlor 7, confraternity Chris Tian doctrine workshop in parlor a organization a Parish level workshop in parlor 5 Are scheduled from 2 to 4 p. Sunday. At 7 p. There will be a Buffet supper for the diocesan Board in the Home mrs. Mark a. Theissen 512 Levassour Avenue Covington. Solemn pontifical High mass in St. Mary Cathedral 24 East eleventh Street Newport suspected As a scene disorderly House operation paid off Early saturday for Newport detectives Pat Ciafardini and Upshire White. They arrested a woman cad Only in a slip and three men in the apartment at 12 30 a. Charged were Jeannette Taylor. 25, the eleventh Street address. Accused Ang aging in prostitution and Hallman mineely $8, 815 Monroe Street Newport aiding and shotting in prostitution and carrying a concealed weapon. Two 19-year-old Cincinnati youths were arrested counts unlawful Assembly. They registered is ctr f. Kelley 513 East thirteenth Street and Paul h. Crawford 1639 Highland detectives said they observed Mincer leave the apartment with one men end com Back a Short time later with the two youths. They followed the Trio up the stairs end were admitted by the women who answered their Knock in a slip. Ciafardini and White said the additional charge against Mincey came after he attempted to take bus fare in place the present Covington with Bishop Mulloy 31 cents. Wilmot also approved As celebrant and Mark Carroll that. Wilmot while granting the increase requested by the Green line used his department s figures what earnings will be under the new fares. If the Green line wants to object to that it has 26 Days in which to do so. Commissioner Kinnaird said re Bishop Wichita delivering the Sermon will open the convention monday at 8 30 a. A business session luncheon workshops meeting newly elected executive Board members and a banquet Are slated from 10 a. To 7 p. At the Joitel the same Day. Presiding at the morning Busi gently that since no protests were Ness Ges Ion will be mrs. Louis j. Filed at least 10 Day before the Muth diocesan president Lex hearing that under Kentucky in ton. Invocation will be Given statutes no exceptions can be by Mon. Joseph a. Deimling. Taken to Wilmot a recommends mrs. Elmer Heile Covington tons except by the Green line. Tju reach the convention rules and . Mark a. Theissen convention chairman will give the Welcome. Response will be by mrs. Margretta Teubert Ashland and mrs. Anthony Bisceglia Middlesboro. Officers and com mite reports will be heard. Welcome at the luncheon in the roof Garden at 1 p. Will be Given by John j. Moloney mayor Covington with mrs. Us Georgia tech Grid rivalry May be renewed usually Well informed University Kentucky alumni source in the local area a alerted saturday resumption football relationship Between the wildcats and Georgia tech in 1954 was a practically a indications were that announcement the scheduling the engineers for next season would be made next week at Lexington. Tech and the big Blue last collided in 1951 at Lexington with tech defeating Kentucky by a 18-7 Acore. Last us Triumph was in 1959 at Atlanta with the wildcats capping 88-14. The two schools have met the football Field 18 times with tech winning seven the encounters. Lending foundation to reporto Tho scheduling Trio Georgia powerhouse by us la the tremendous improvement shown by Paul Bryants charges after a shaky Early season plus persistent stories excellent material coming no from the freshman ranks. Accident fatal auctions set \ Paducah ky., nov. 14�?14 Owensboro ky., nov. 14�? a an 18-year-old father two it it a dark tobacco markets be. Gin auctions Here dec. 8. The children struck by an Automo tobacco Trad Mak. Bile while working his Vecihe link the announcement pro runday. Died yesterday he was auction would be Down but we Jer Clinton Siseo Marion Quality bettor than last Seasock i jail term for manslaughter a charge involuntary manslaughter brought a $1,000 and costs Fine and six months jail sentence for Arthur Knox 30, _ _ 753 Barr Street Cincinnati latest and. Mccarthy. Lexington re Friday in Campbell circuit court 1 pm Ndang speaker is mrs. After a jury found him guilty. The accusation against Knox arose from a three car collision last May u. S. 27, near Grants lick. Charles m. Davis 43, Dayton o., died after receiving a Skull fracture in the Accident. Six other persons were injured. Football deficit faced at Newport High school m urohv�?T11circuit Cou Virji m a i Competition for spectators with other games and a a cmkuu1 Ewington Libed for half a Hou a a Friday ni8ht a hopping Are factors in Newport a football and several state officers also Michael Geraci Cleveland The Rev. Urban a. Horstman diocesan director will give Brief remarks and Benediction will be said by the Rev. Carl j. Merkle Bellevue. At the banquet at 7 p. M., in the ballroom there will be special music by Mother god choral club under direction Leo j. Grote with Paul j. Nun Nelly As accompanist. Speakers will be Bishop Carroll and Bishop Mulloy and mrs. James r. Dougherty Beeville tex. Mon. Edward Carlin Florence will give the invocation. On monday afternoon there will be workshops a Rural life a a youth a a Public relations a and a Christian at 2 30 p. M., the Rev. Jurban Horstman spiritual Moderator Covington dec will Lead the workshop for priests it leaders and Moderator include miss Oleva Ginocchio the Rev. Paul Brinker mrs. C. Mas meeting wednesday at Rhodes the Rev. Robert Witt 17 30 p. In Independence mrs. W. D. Shriver mrs. P. W. Courthouse. Comer miss Virginia Hayes mrs. All resident Rural areas James Barton. Miss Marguerite Are urged to attend the session Mclaughlin the Rev. Thomas b. Called under auspices the Ken finn and the Rev. Harry Welp ton county taxpayers league editor the messenger miss id Earl Metcalf executive Nell Regan diocesan chairman a a Creary. Ben Fey. Latonis Christian doctrine mrs. Ralph league president is expected to Moser chairman Covington preside. Deanery Council mrs. John b. I a weather forecasts indicate no read diocesan chairman ii rain immediately and we can traries and literature Mia Cor expect colder weather a Metcalfe Nelia Reagan diocesan chairman stated. Quot three successive cold spiritual development and Nighta could freeze Many farm mrs. C. W. Rhodes diocesan Pond so id. Leaving Stock with chairman youth and Mons. 0ut water a he added. J. S. Lubrecht. Anyone who needs help now with his water problem May need it in the event a hard freeze is invited to attend. Sponsors the mass meeting also urge people with tanks trucks pumps and the like to attend so a registration list can be compiled for immediate use if needed Metcalf stated. A Blackjack from his pocket and Ide it in a bathroom in the apartment. Police judge Alfred g. May Bury continued the cases until Nev. 21, when the defendants appeared before him saturday. Mass meeting is called to fight drought the drought emergency including Low Stock water supplies and general conditions brought about by the extended dry spell will be discussed at feed a fractured Skull end internal injuries the Coroner stated. His body was removed to Chambers 6c Grubbs funeral Home Florence. Suffering Miner injuries waa the Driver e. E. Hogston. 29. 217 West court Street Cincinnati who waa removed to St. Elisabeth Hospital for treatment cuts his right leg. Arm. Hand and Mouth. To told Kentucky state pot Lee he lost control his southbound car ran off the right Side the Highway and struck the pole. A Newport Man and a Cinci Natian also were injured in a two car crash Friday night u. S. 42, 11 Miles West Florence state police reported troopers Elmer Hall Cheater Henderson and Paul Rainey placed an open charge against Hogston and cited him to appear wednesday at 2 30 p. In Boone county court at Burlington according to the police report. Bee la a Crane operator at Kirk i Blum manufacturing co., 3129 horror Street Cincinnati waa building a Home in Kentucky and planned to move from Cincinnati according to Chambers 6 Grubbs fun. Neral Home spokesmen at Florence. Services will be held at the Floreos funeral Home monday at 2 p. M., with burial in Highland cemetery it. Mitchell. Friends May fall at the funeral Home sunday after 8 p. Beels was owner tie automobile and was Riding with Hogston to a tavern near Walton. It was Learned. To leaves is wits Green. A brother Robert Beels Nashville tenn., and two Sisters mrs. Albert Baker Cincinnati and mrs. Lillie Suda Petersburg is. Dixie Highway. Erlanger in turn crashed into a parked car owned by Jemes e. Loftin 24, hopeful Road. Florence. Nelson said that Jacobson will be cited an improper driving charge. Two Cincinnat ians wore injured Early saturday when til a ear in which they were Riding ran off Tho Road at Sloppy hollow Road Noar Deverill Street Ludlow and crashed into aft embankment. Ludlow police reported. James e. Sumner 27, 69 Mulberry Street Cincinnati Driver the Auto sustained lacerations Over the left Eye and Eft ill Upchurch. 19, 2192 Spring Grove Avenue Cincinnati a passenger in Sumner a car suffered a fractured right ankle. Both men were taken to St Elizabeth Hospital Covington by the Ludlow life squad. Upchurch a condition is listed As fair while Sumner is duo to a released. Sumner was cited a reckless driving charge and will appear 4n Ludlow police court tuesday. Liberated for half an hour before returning it verdict financial losses. Will be invited to attend a supt. A. D. Owens told member the Newport a rain 10 a Toralf. Mayor John Board education at the night Meetin that a omit so no there Are lust too Many games played Friday nights Bernard bring already have format fires cover 7,000 acres and Only Tilc outstanding games a re yell attended accepted he added. Frankfort by. Nov. 14 Newport will wind up the �?0p>�?forest fires covered More football season with a deficit it it Quot nearly $1,800 according to his football Owens stated but sports estimate. The game receipts this a Newport Are not self support year were Dixie Heights $477 Quot operation carnivals pro Bellevue $581 Highlands $1,144. Duc a a Money to balance the these receipts with the septem books he stated i Ber balance total $4,256 for i Owens is the opinion that Tobar. Oma the games played Fri against this Are expenses nights should be scheduled than 7,000 acres the state s Timberland yesterday forestry officials said. They predicted that by tomorrow the situation could easily become critical no rain petted before then. All persons were urged to Call j Forest wardens in their areas 33,100 for october. Claims against 0"0ther nights toe week. The they spot any fires As limits the fund to be paid in november Var go Friday has five games visibility it Impo Nible to Tai >2,445. Sort. Cov them to i towers. Be spotted from the go to Church Kenton Centy listening poet committee says a it is net what Ufa brings to is that matters an Meek. H la the Way we meet it that to principal disbursements in Tofton and environs. Tober were guarantees to Dixie Covington has been operating Heights and Bellevue. $300 offi profitably in football supt. Glenn relating $150 game employees a swing stated. However he re a $79 facilities and equipment ported the attendance at the1 32,015 medical expenses $204m# he dropped fince Mer awards $318. November Cums Clint opened their stores triage principally athletic com Xifos. , $1,854 transportation Tuo Aday night toe athletic de-8480 apartment will meet with the Board education la discuss the profit the basketball athletic problems. Late news bulletins new York. Nev. 14�?<>p>�? former president Truman said today he will make a fall out broadcast monday night from Kansas City the Harry Dexter White Case. See Atory Page 1, Cincinnati Section Clifford Tanner. 47, Rento 1. Florence loot his right hand in a mishap his farm shortly before Neon saturday according to attendants at is. Elisabeth Hospital where he woe taken for treatment. He was working a Tab a picker they added. Admitted to St. Elizabeth Hospital following the u. S. 42 crash was Lou Ayers 27, 3149 Eastern Avenue Cincinnati whose condition was reported fair. His injuries a fractured left leg face and head cuts and bruises and possible Chest hurts. His companion Stanley Cummins 33, 927 Putnam Street Newport who was driving sustained a left Arm fracture face and head abrasions find right leg injuries. He was treated and dismissed attendants said. Trooper Hall said Cummins was passing two other westbound cars when he crashed into a third Auto making a left turn and obscured by traffic at its rear. That Driver Kay Kelly. 19, Burlington was uninjured. The Cummins Auto upset. A Cincinnati Man waa injured Friday night when his Auto ran off Dixie Highway near Edgewood Avenue. Erlanger. And struck a parked truck. Charles Nelson Erlanger police chief reported. The Man who registered As Isadora Jacobson 40, Cincinnati was taken to jewish Hospital by an ambulance the Taliaferro funeral Home Erlanger. His condition was listed As Good saturday but extent his injuries was not revealed. Nelson said that Jacobson was driving South Dixie Highway when his Auto swerved off the right Side the Road and struck the truck which waa parked in a driveway running parallel to the Dixie. The truck which a owned Kentucky kernels by Luke Lufberry Ealy in november. Ims . Daniel v. Richfield pathologist Booth memorial Hoep tial and head Tou its Laboratory conceived toe Idee 4h� Hospital s own blood Bank. P r e v i u sly Booth had been affiliated with general Hospital Cincinnati whose Laboratory cooperated with b t has patients needing blood. How do you Start a blood Bank get blood course. How do you get blood through people. Whit people people in top Hospital. Along with Brig. Alvena Wood . Richfield contacted some the personnel Booth Hospital. Doctors nurses clerks technicians All responded. Just one year ago saturday Booths blood Bank was started with 20 pints blood derived from just h4to Pital personnel. Teddy the Laboratory his expanded with new eau lip ment Mere technicians Sag More bleed. During the fiscal year the bleed Bank had approximately 1,800 transfusion and As Many doners and is currently associated with blood service to Speers memorial Hospital Dayton a Well a other hospitals in the Transfer different Type blood to bring health to the sick. Or. Richfield who is also assistant professor pathology and consulting professor in the department dermatology. College Medicine University Cincinnati has reason to be proud the blood Bank a first birthday. Continued Pago 4. Col. 1 parting near Ohio Kentucky scrap truck tax Issue a a Frankfort ky., nov. 14�? a Ohio and Kentucky squared away today and the parting the Way appeared near truck tax reciprocity for both private and for hire vehicles. % John m. Kinnaird Kentucky 1111 Quot i motor transportation commis Ohio. Kinnaird declared re sooner said effective Jan. 1 Ken cipro Al agreements were Predi Tucky will no longer Grant Ohio rated upon the basis like truckers reciprocity concerning similar privileges being granted Highway usage taxes required by motor vehicles properly licensed Law in View that states notice in Kentucky and that such basis it has discontinued reciprocity cannot exist unless Ohio Grants since the enactment a new equal Protection to Kentucky Axle weight Law. Kinnaird said in the future Kentucky truckers operating in Ohio would be subject to the new Axle weight Law. He said in View Ohio a act. Kentucky would tax Ohio truckers doing business in Tola stole and would require weight togs a provided by Kentucky Law. He suggested that Ohio truckers apply to Kentucky officials for Tho proper tags if they wish to operate in Kentucky after Jan. 1. Truck operators. The two states entered into such an agreement in december. 1949, but recently Ohio authorities declined to Grant Kentucky trucks operating it Ohio exemption from its new Axle tax Law. This led to Ken Tucky a action weight tag the corresponding phase the Law. Kentucky Sells its weight tags for commercial trucks for $300 a year and private truck owners must pay $200. Official said Ohio charged a Kentucky s decision was an a cording to the number Axle bounced by Kinnaird in a letter trucks and Miles travelled in to governor Frank j. Lausche that state my

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