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Cincinnati Kentucky Times Star (Newspaper) - November 14, 1953, Cincinnati, Ohio2-a the times Star saturday november 14, 1953 Williamstown tops Sadieville cagers Williamstown demons rolled Over the Sadieville eagles 61-34, in a pen a Gran conference High school basketball clash Friday night at the winners court. It i marked the first game of the season for Delbert Walden a demons. Aheai1 throughout the v d 14-9 St. John minstrel show opens tuesday Wil a motown Hoo men led l4-9 at the Quarter 31-15 at halftime a fid 48-2 after three periods. Quot Quot Rich Foree Demon Forward was the games leading Point maker. With 20 tallies and teammate flood Poore connected for 18 markers. High for Sadieville rfcs Middleton with 14 Points. A Williamstown reserves won the preliminary tilt 37-17. Falmouth 61, Ion 51 pioneers win 52-49 in opener Simon Kenton s pioneers overcame a three Point half time deficit to Down the Gal Falmouth s red devils pulled atm county wildcats 52-49, a Way in the final Quarter to Den n0nconference High school Morgi feat the Morgan raiders. 81-51, in a pen a Gran conference contest Friday night at Morgan. The devils now have two vie basketball tilt Friday night at Independence. Playing their first season under lories and one defeat this season the coaching of Rill Faulkner the Falmouth was in front. 22-12 Pioneer Baske Teers were ahead. It the Quarter and 37-22 at half 13-12 at the Quarter hut fell1 time. The raiders narrowed the behind 28-25 at halftone. Simon margin to 49-47 at the three Kenton still trailed 3837 after Quarter Stop before Falmouth three periods. Out pointed the Home team 12-4. With Gene Doud and Glenn in the final period. 1 Clarkston paving the Vevay the j. B. Delaney and Bob Yelton winners out pointed the Warsaw paced Falmouth a scoring with 18 it few 15-11 in the final Quarter a pm 14 Points respectively to win out. Wilson netted 13 Points for Doud Clarkston and Glenn Morgan. Bieber each had 13 Simon Kenton Falmouth reserves won 45-22. Points. High for Gallatin county was Howell with 31 tallies. Simon Maysville 82, Kenton reserves took the opener Augusta 59 �?T5 i Quot Daysville bulldogs playing Covington Coth. 70. Their Twenty third season under that a coaching of d. Jones. Jul Var veto pc of opened the 1953-54 Cage season behind 14-9 at the Quarter the Friday night with an 82-59 ver colonels of Covington Catholic diet Over the Augusta panthers at turned on the steam in the final Maysville. Quarter scores were three periods to hand Silver 12. 40-29 and 82-57 in Mays Grove big trains a 70-80 Shel-1 eds favor. Lacking Friday night at Silver a Arry bold was Maysville s Grove leading scorer with 17 Points a the sch que nah Hurt a a 33_25 Wale Jim Fraysure led Augusta s halftime margin and increased in amp it column with 15 markers j it Ead to s2-35 after three Quad druggists assisting in diabetes dec Ioir drive tip Ruthern Kentucky will have its most successful diabetes detection drive this Vear. Dry r. J Hoffman chairman of the Campaign predicted saturday. The list of those who have volunteered to conduct a screening tests to find undetected diabetics includes the Northern Kentucky Independent druggists association. A this is most Welcome a or. Hoffmann said. A the medical profession alone can t possibly find every Case of unknown diabetes. Co operation of civic business and labor leaders and of private citizens in All capacities is needed to make diabetes week a since diabetes can be controlled nowadays it is most in St. John evangelical Church Park Avenue and Nelson place Newport will hold its annual minstrel show tuesday wednesday thursday and Friday with performances beginning at 8 15 p. Nightly. In addition to the chorus there will be a number of dance and variety acts in the show this year. Members of the show Are from the left Bottom Row Charlene Benzing Shirley King Marlene Wilmot Barbara Brandhorst Sally Herzog Barbara Herzog Bonnie Brown and Joann Derrick second Row Billy von Strobe Elsie schweik Ert Louise Glier Mildred Benzing Joan Pelzer Pauline Dziech Juanita Herzog. Jane Schwarberg third Row William Brinkman director will Duckworth. Arthur Botts Leonard schoo. Billy Schraer Ronnie Neal Charles Droege Jack Pelzer will Herrmann Robert Pepper Frank Wikoff. Frank Burdick or. Rear Row Howard Schweikert Frank Burdick sr., Clifford Hein Lein Walter Dziech George Wagner Charles Wagner Carl res Kenneth Hemingway William Smith and Brooks Schwarberg. Atm Brocken five wins Bracken county Polar bears of fined the High school basketball Campaign with a 71-41 Victory Over the Mays lick cardinals Friday night at. Brooks me. Workman Buck eted 20 Point to spark the Bracken county assault. Ters. Robinson poured 20 Points through the hoops for Covington Catholic while von Hoene and chipped in with 18 and 17, respectively. Carroll Barth was High for Silver Grove with 16 Points. Covington Catholic reserves won 46-28. Of scores i a a inn old it it it Sayer off crop flock f s <1 1ft Vojir f nit Yelton f a 3 14 tar tone. R i 3 ii c Furfer. A 1 n j Baoju 0 3 3 i aether. A 3 3 sch uni. G 3 3 7 34 13 a i a Cor a a a Soto 23 Al it ft�4lta�uu <4> o r r o r r f it 3 3ft kll7 t 1 3 s f 13ft my cuff us f a 4 14 vhf Ler f 3 4 it . C 3 17 Ahev. G 4 i a Wood 3 1� g a Iii Scott g 0 j 1_ a j Buffer 68, sgt Thomo 38 Eil or o to # doubling the score in the first 8sr�f 7 11 a Rod it but a Bobcat Quot had things Moor f a it a their own Way the remainder of flu Ikno a g \ Quot Lothe game As they coasted to a pow a. E 3 3 4 nh-38 decision Over the St. Thomas tomcats Friday night at a a it Thomas. The visitors were in a u i 37, Morat the three Quarter Stop. Butler netted 22 Points for the. Bobcats and Boh Holman lad St. Thomas with a do in tallies. But Ler reserves took the preliminary game 43-27. Total Falmouth g e 1 1 Pavli. I in a 33 17 11 total in film 31 ninth dist Bazaar Friday dinner cok Lmont Cath Dot it o. F v. Koil rofl f 4 13 2ft 3 3 Zak f 0 Tiff too s a Shraih g n vol Hon t 8 0 i i Sll a Cira if Tel off 4 Rinart f 3 o o t door Tui e 4 it 17 loan 1 0 it Barth s 4 3 7 Yung a it 0 it it 3 1 Jon. It b 1 0 a boosters elect schoo president Grandview school Pat South Newport will have a gift Exchange among members at the dec. 9 meeting. There will be a special program. Mrs. Rudy Deriso publicity chairman asks that she be notified at colonial 7636 of members on the sick list. At the november meeting a report on Progress of the luncheon was Given the group voted to hold a supper in january under chairmanship of mrs. Edward Gaskins and the room award was presented to the fifth Grade class. Newport Junior i students Shine in Iowa tests juniors at Newport High fortunate to have any Case go school scored very High in Cor untreated because it is in rec Ness of expression and Basic detected. The object of this drive so Cial can cents in the Iowa tests is to find undetected diabetics but below the average in and guide them to the care they natural science background and need. Resolve now to take and quantitative thinking Vantage the coming week of the i results of the tests Given Early Opportunity for a free test for this year were reported to the diabetes. Board of education at its meet anyone desiring to take the Ink in the Newport Junior High test should collect a one ounce school thursday night by us specimen preferably one hour per intendant a. D. Owens after eating in a clean bottle the tests were also Given to the dearly Label the bottle with your freshman classes and the results full name and address and leave will be ready at the december at one of the stations listed meeting Owens said. The tests below Are prepared and graded by a National organization and the re Campbell county suits Are based on a Norm line Newport a Campbell county compiled from schools All Over Laboratory 30 East eighth Street the country. Newport health department j in the other sections of the courthouse Campbell county test the students scored above health Center West fourth average in interpretation of so Street and All Independent drug studies natural science liter and general vocabulary. In Dayton Habig a Foertmeyer a use of source material they were and Technow a pharmacies. About average. It. Thomas Smiths Blanks Owens said the drop in natural Schulker s and Briar Cliff phar science and quantitative thinking Macies. Mathematical abilities is no Highland Heights a Millers doubt due to the number of students taking the commercial courses. Commercial students Ara not required to take As much mathematical or scientific work As the general course and scientific course students. Faculty discussions on How to meet the deficiency shown by the pharmacy. Southgate Speed to a pharmacy. G g Rrt a a a m m Southgate Specht s pharmacy. F 1/1 activities a Lver Grove a Elbert Sphar Macy. Alexandrian doctors offices. Law. 3ft. Judge Ernest 1 Man wounded Wilbur schoo was i it 3�b, ent of the South Newport a is boosters civic association at the 4 14 annual election held recently in o it Grandview gardens South new a re a. A a other officers chosen Are co Vingum 33 Sun c Harles Goetz vice president i Squali Santini treasurer Carl Tal i 1 j a 1 ukr financial Secretary Roland Man jailed r mod Bergman recording Secretary a Anthony Santini Hency Seiberth it a disturbance or William Booker or. A trustees and Fortunato Pangallo a Covington Man was fined 50 sergeant at arms. Anft posts and sentenced to 10 Dos in jail on a breach of the be re charge by Mershon in Ludlow police court f Fri Fiat night. Ill Contd Black. 827 Scot Street. Ohn Mcmanama. 223.1 Center Street Covington suffered a �4 in in p.�.�?T. Minor a in hot wound Early \ 1r. Pc in an argument in l Ete s saturday Reg Aurant Ludlow thursday outsider frn. William Priestle 518 Central air Fernue Newport and Richard a Rev aka al1�. O5er. 71# Lewis Street. Covina .1 of a a a Quot Quot a by no Quot on on left shoulder caused Toft both were inert $100 and by a detective Ralph Nona on reckless in inf charges get or it of r a p j. Hinge Man 2535 a a _. Shooting occurred near the Forest a Law Avenue. , was tav in ,.,. Pm a it Ted $15 and Costa Lor speeding ,.nw m Sunj the same amount for ignoring to. A top sign. Don Miller. 751 Mcmanama a i during an argument a Kenton county cafe police reported. The victim was treated at St. Garrard cil of Ptah surges All local Ptah a to support the special motion pictures to be shown for the Benefit of the Bookmobile project in Kentucky. The pictures will be shown on tuesday nov. 17, at the hippodrome theater at 6 30 p. M., and at the state theater at 5 30 p. Admission is two bound books of the educational Type. Final plans for a Bazaar to be held Friday nov. 20, from 4 to 10 p. Fin., were made at the regular meeting of John g. Carlisle school Pat Covington. Membership chairman announced winners of the Pat membership drive As mrs. Alberta Lewis in the elementary Section and Joseph Feldhouse in the Junior High Section. The association voted to assist the Purchase of new basketball uniforms for the team. -.i.,-� a 4uj the program consisted of a band concert under direction of no. 1 Point on the legislative pro Edwin Vollmer along with a Gram of the Kentucky municipal demonstration of twirling by league mayor John j. Moloney majorettes. Attendance won by miss Vera Littrell of Covington league president of the elementary grades and local historical society has read said saturday. William Kincaid of the Junior two papers at Gist meetings one Moloney attended a meeting of High grades on a general Leonard Covington.,. And the other on a old Covington the be ruins Board of directors or. Joseph link jr., As Demetei . Thursday in the Kentucky hotel Distant professor of economics form to president of Kentucky Louisville. Xavier University Cincinnati. State bar association Adams is a Iii in a. A a member of the Kentucky con-1 a 1 Omenn Home tue addressed the american Educa Stith tonal review commission he or Pard for introduce and in fifth District state Bart on into the general Assembly association commissioner. Har Frankfort next january. The Rison said the local society now mayor said that league officials has three Polson club members Iwin con a governor Law Gist Secretary c. B. Truesdell inc a therby or a next month Adams and himself. In legislative program with mrs. Harold b. Kohl president of Newport City coun ats is Phair acres. And Lud Low City building. Kenton county Covington a Booth Hospital Laboratory St. Elizabeth hos. Pital Laboratory Kenton county Barri thl 2 re Fri by am. The tests Are to be re health department tenth and next year Owens said Scott streets Northern Kentucky Laboratory seventh and Scott streets and All Independent drug stores. Latonia a fire House West Southern Avenue. Erlanger a Knapmeyer a palmers and else Mere pharmacies. South it. Mitchell a tolls pharmacy. Independence courthouse. I a Ludlow Farrell scentral and Owens also reported on the remedial Reading work and said students in the class have shown gains of from 12 to 17 months in Reading abilities. Miss Nell Gabbard is the teacher and had 211 students in the classes in september. Ninth District school Pat Covington will hold its Bazaar Friday nov. 20, in the school. Dinner is at 5 p. and Booths open at 6 p. There will be a show at 8, and an auction Sale at 9 p. The Public is invited. Pictured left to right Are mrs. Cletus Martin co chairman and Kirs. John orphan chairman of the event mrs. Ralph Eckler. Pat president and John Huskey principal of the school. In Filson club Home Rule Charles s. Adams Covington attorney has been elected to membership in the Filson club Louisville largest and in fest historical society in Kentucky said w. Baxter Harrison Covington attorney and president of Christopher Gist historical society. Adams also a member of the Heads program Bromley queue re pharmacy Kenton gets Early Start on clean up program Kenton county is getting a Start on its a clean up paint up and beautify program for 1954. Lawton Daly chairman of the Covington Kenton county chamber of Commerce organization committee announced the first meeting of that committee will be held in chamber clubroom monday nov. 23, at 12 15 p. A we of Covington and Kenton fines totalling $77 were levied against William Hardy 19, cold Spring saturday in Newport police court after patrolmen Pat Cate and James Durkin placed four charges of traffic Law violations against him. Hardy was accused of reckless driving violating two Stop signs and not having a driving License. James Wallop Gaby 18, Eustace Avenue it. Thomas Riding with Hardy was fined $10 and costs on a charge of breach of the peace. The pair were arrested late Friday following a Chase which county want to Lead the Field in ended the officers said when Northern Kentucky in 1954 by they attempted to abandon their promoting a clean up paint up Auto on Roberts Street and beautify Campaign that will be the talk of the town and county a Daly asserted. The chamber will sponsor. Carruthers Road project certain Tion week program meeting of Samuel Woodfin school Pat it. Thomas this week on the subject a television education a n subject on which he is Well informed or. Link railed parents Atten Jess Daniel of Ohio county produced 132 is bushels of Corn on an acre. 11s Street Cincinnati was fined and costs for speeding. Said he did not know the name of the Man who find the weapon. The Covington a mph Sharpe. Rout. 1, Heb my a four shots at my Oppi Victor Buhr holy name society. St. Joseph Church. Covington is holding its thanksgiving eve dance wednesday nov. 25, from 9 p. To i a. in the school Hall Bush and Scott streets. Victor Buhr. Chairman invites the Public. Dorothy Dix Row. Was fined $10 and costs and a inf Quot to a a w�.,m Bis Rig. 122 Ash Sheet. Fired Ludlow was fined $25 and costs Manama on breach of the peace charges. A. He plier truck weight Louisville. Ky., nov. 14�? Owensboro . Nov. 14 up a the Kentucky motor to ans Pic the Rev. Raymond g Hill a notation association say it will to Uniontown will speak today at ask the next legislature to boost the opening convention session it it of Safe la Katin Mil la Kentucky struck weight limits the Kentucky chapter internal a fax for non 42,000 to 56,800. The Jorgaqi tonal federation of Catholic Zaiman claims that All state sur alumnae. The meeting end now allow sunday. In a. Tommas school the Hope of obtaining the Gover Tion to the Point that television norms support. Education is already being used Charles Kuhn City Engineer of in Many communities in the it. Thomas a Board member of United states and a has proven the league also attended meeting Verv he said the Quot to a station Channel 48, will be non commercial. It will bring outstanding advantages to the classrooms where children will hear and see the world s Best educators. Shut in children he said a will receive lessons on that Channel just As the children in the schoolroom. There will be 1 special programs for preschool children Home economics classes for housewives Hobby classes rear miss Dix twelve years ago i married a worn Choice of panels and Many other a t j____1_____1 a t Audi acts. Needs new Outlook on his marriage reminding Kentucky higher limits. 3 big dinners fix themselves for 5c Mas. A Ibert fold Mana 1022 Vine so Newport fixed delirious hot dinners far family off. While visiting 1kt Mot iter inlaw. 5ihe let her Modem automatic i Range Nool for her. Oitt for clean hot efficient a j from City main for 3 dinner Orivl Fledderman agrees Gas and electricity Art your in go bargains in Huettar try tin fraud Hiltl to. 1 i eleventh grandchild lored let. Thomas ranked forty sixth in safety activity among 40 cities m the United states in 1952, but had a better rating of twentieth in the school safety program members of the traffic commission of it. Thomas Weie told at Ward a Cooper Covington fur a it eting in the City building mature and appliance dealer. Report was delivered by arrived in the eleventh month of Gorp. Robert Moser of the state the year. I son Donald f. Cooper is to is stationed with the v. S. Highway patrol. A traffic fatality in the City in 1952 was the cause of the lower Over All safety at it. Knox was Home on pass Iam to members were informed. Sunday when mrs. Cooper Jem announcement of establishment Miller a St Elizabeth Hospital in the City build school of nursing Grade Date. Presented him with a Little daughter their first child who has been named Donna Marie. The Coopers reside on West Crittenden Avenue it. Wright and the maternal grandparents or. And or. Thomas my was made by Dick heal chairman of Wie recently organized traffic commission and safety Counselor for the Green line. Moving picture dealing with traffic safety will be available to civic fraternal school Church a Xvi a a run Quot a Quot Quot Nei revue. The baby is their fourth grandchild. The greater Cincinnati air ii port Road late Friday discussed Fie 4 ton Lerv a plan to enlarge the lobby at the r v i Airport in Roone county Street Fnu no a four a a a Hohnhorst. Board Secre was Roh of a d Rich he Quot had the a weird talk a a of the on Scott. A Saul Rda a possibility of removing a Section $ i t c Benton Alley of Wall no separating the lobby 1&Quot unidentified Man he had from the cargo handling portion met in a cafe. The Man struck of the building. ¿1, Quot Quot head with a Beer the Board adjourned until tie before taking Hia Money monday night to give further police were told. Thought to the matter. An whom i dearly loved. In be done everything i could to make her Happy waiting on her hand and foot catering to her every whim. Last year we needed extra Money to catch up on some debts and she went to work. Then she began staying out at night. Though i had supper ready for her at 5 30, she return Home until after Midnight. She refused to Tell me where she had been saving Only that it was none of my business. She a on to do a thing around the House. My life has become unbearable. I want the peace and Contentment of our Early Mai ried life her daughter by a previous marriage lived with us for a while but she ran around too and finally i ordered her out of the House. My brother in Law also lived with us for a time but he would t work so i ordered him out of the House also. All these things my wife throw up to me when we have an argument. What can i do with Here h c. Answer your letter is such a mess of contradictions its about impossible to get at the truth. You picture yourself As a Down trodden martyred husband working of. So hard for i wife and getting nothing Jbv neglect in return. Then you become a blustering tyrant throwing people out of tha House right and left. What have you done to further your a marital happiness other than taking Over the household chores in an almost Servile manner what you need now is an entirely new Outlook of your obligations As a husband. Begin to earn your wife s respect without which you will never have her True love. Do your share As a husband to keep the borne fires burning but let your wife know that finally you expect some cooperation from her. And Stop tossing people out of the House just to prove that you can do a Little bossing when necessary. See what you can do about earning More Money to your Wile wont have to work turn the household tasks Over to her be companion a ble when she s Home and Stop nagging. Under Thoat conditions she wont find it necessary to seek outside companionship. Subject a in time you will have formal a Tele courses that will Lead to College degrees. You will actually receive College hours toward a degree Quot or. Link informed his audience. He pointed out that every family soon will receive a form to fill out in connection with programming. He urged every family to fill out the form indicating what they want to see. From time to time surveys will be made to deter mine the Progress being made. The station is expected to go on the air in March. Prior to the program classroom visitation was held for parents to View work of the pupils a social hour followed. Byron Harris was program chairman and Melvin Hay presided at the business session. Trial delayed an improper driving charge against George Cunningham. 45, 845 Banklick Street Covington Driver of City truck that struck the Auto of Chester f. Geaslen an unsuccessful candidate for Newport City commissioner saturday was continued for one week in Covington traffic court by acting judge William o Neal. Geaslen 602 Linden Avenue suffered a neck injury when the truck rammed his Auto Friday at Pike Street and Madison Avenue Covington. Kruempelman for voting machines the advisability of Kenton county purchasing voting May Chines will be brought up for construction of Carruthers discussion monday by county Road Between upper Monmouth commissioner George Krum Street near sixteenth Street Pelman at the Independence Newport and grand Avenue meeting of the fiscal court will be started by the state Kruempelman said that he Highway department next Spring strongly favors use of the voting City manager Oscar Hesch re-1 devices providing there Are no ported that Assurance was Given Legal barriers him Friday at Frankfort by he explained his stand by say William p. Curlin state High Ling that the present method of was commissioner. Tabulating votes is slow and Hesch with the Rev. John there have been quite a number Hegenauer principal of Newport of recounts in Kenton county in Catholic High school and repro a recent years Senta Tives of the new $3,000,000 a voting machines would Over shopping Center planned for the come these two factors a the sixteenth and Monmouth area commissioner stated. Conferred with Curlin. I a Hesch said it was pointed out to Curlin that there were three j ill Pryst Chargo prime reasons for necessity for building of the Roadway he said it will serve the new Catholic High school now under construction the shopping Center and will shorten the distance from Many Points to the new St. Luke Hospital located on a Hilltop off grand Avenue. On delinquent tax City clerk Carl Witte saturday reminded Dayton taxpayers that while Council extended the deadline for taxes for one month without penalty interest charges Are being made. The original deadline for City taxes and disposal charges a 0ct 31 but Brothers attacked Row is nov. 30. Two cinc4nnati Brothers told he urged those who owe taxes Newport police Early saturday to be certain to pay up by Mon they were attacked and beaten Day nov. 30. Starting dec. 1, by four Young men at fourth penalties of 10 per cent on taxes Street and Central Avenue. Col and 15 per cent on disposal Well Murphy. 19. And Howard assessments will be added to Murphy 18, both of 235 Forest interest charges. Interest charges Avenue were treated at Booth so far Are per cent but will Hospital for cuts and lacerations he increased to 1 per cent in and released. December he said. Get ready now for that first shivery morning. Done to be caught with an empty bin. To be cozy All Winter pick up the phone order famous Scarlet flame a your fuel merchants a Atlas Coal co. Milt Ritzer. Pro. 11 of Saratoga St Newport it Mlotek 1673 coital Al s2s9 Coal

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