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Cincinnati Kentucky Times Star (Newspaper) - November 16, 1953, Cincinnati, OhioA Kentucky weather mild sunny. High monday 73� Low during night 45� High tuesday Low 70s Mondoy november 16, 1953 a published As the first phone he 4320 times Star Section the Cincinnati Olmis Start 30 Pogo cd St Carrwm Oak do per week our former pow Dies crash in ill in i e s 5 iss ill heed til cd an ill y Quot a police Check legion speaker raps . A. Move liquor Sale to minors warrants name two Cavemen two Newport Cafer ten faced five charges after mothers four then age youths who reportedly had been drinking obtained warrants monday naming Alfred spare. Joker bar 748 Central Avenue and Bert Fieger 501 Elm Street. Spare was charged with Selling liquor to minors and Selling liquor sunday and Fieger faces charges contributing to juvenile delinquency Selling Beer to minors and gambling. Their cases will be heard saturday in Newport police court. Police said the juvenile quartet broke a storm door at another Newport cafe. They had been questioned by Ray Muench and Wallace Barker juvenile officers As to where they obtained Beer and whisky prior to issuance the warrants. The gambling charge stemmed from a Story that the youths had been in a card game. Meanwhile two 18-year-old youths were each fined $50 and costs monday by Newport police judge Alfred g. Maybury breach the peace charges while three other teen age youths were turned Over to juvenile authorities. Fined were John Lee 437 Grant Street Covington and Robert Mckinsey 118 East Mcmillan Street Cincinnati. Patrolmen Kenneth Jones and William Henley . Said Lee and Mckinsey were with three juveniles who created a disturbance at fifth and York streets Newport Early so unday. False report causes arrest armistice Day s thirty fifth anniversary was celebrated by Norman Barnes Post no. 70, american legion Covington with those at the speakers table including above left to right the Rev. T. Herbert Tinsley Warsaw state auditor Kenton circuit judge Joseph p. Goodenough master ceremonies Fred. Thiel Post commander Thomas t. Hayden Louisville department adjutant Foster Rauch Post chaplain Jacob Swope Newport past department commander and William j. Kruetz banquet committee chairman. In ton a who thorough no fault their own Are unable to control turned Loose their communities they might turn to a life crime he asserted. Hayden called for the recruit Hayden Louisville legion and no apology for what it has done rent a millions veterans mutant for Kentucky. For the disabled Veteran. A jnt0 the legion to help carry the department officer spoke he declared it would be a trag the organizations program and at the annual past commanders a in calamitous Inhui Nan to turn explain it to the Public. A the banquet and armistice Cerebra out veterans from the govern-1 Public will be behind us one it Tion Norman Barnes Post sat Ament a a mental Hospital at Lex knows the facts a he said. The american legion has a a quarrel with the american medical association which would close veterans administration hospitals and throw 101,000 ailing veterans onto the streets and onto Charity in their communities a according to Thomas t. Urday night at the legion Home 115 East fourth Street Covington. A object a said Hayden a to the medical association Ivy lacing All these veterans in the Zegory burgers. The legion a Nakes natural death a a a t1p�? verdict in probing the Case . James Huffman big Bone retired a Covington police monday made Farmer it for 30 minutes Boone their first arrest under a City county Coroner Robert Brugh ordinance making it unlawful Walton it reported monday. The for a person to file a false police victim was found dead in the report. J Cabin he occupied alone last detectives Lester Holian and thursday under circumstances Covington police raid Boone probe card Seise a charge operating a card game against Glenn Warren a verdict natural death was 43 Carlisle Avenue Covington monday was continued until returned by a six Man jury a pro a a by judge Eugene Benzinger in Covington police court. Ralph Garrard placed the charge against Andrew Isenberg Joan Burg term. Isenberg said he was slugged and robbed $670 by two negroes at the Covington end the veterans memorial Bridge. Fourth and Garrard streets. He told the officers the robbery occurred sunday night. The tennessean said he Cut one the negroes with a knife. Isenberg said also he did not awaken which could have indicated violence the Coroner explained. Huffman was buried sunday under direction Hamilton funeral Home Verona. Fred Hamilton funeral director stated the victim a nearly starved to death a something he had threatened to do when his sister was removed to a Hospital about six months ago neighbors recalled. Disorder furniture in the dwelling was caused by the Vic until 6 a. M. Monday in a Yard Tim himself jurors opined the in the Vicinity the fight. A Coroner stated. Three them although he said he purchased had visited the scene before the a bottle whisky in Newport panel was summoned late Satur before the slugging occurred he Day Brugh said. Huffman had later told officers he had not1hidden $29 under his bed which i 2 be t Catholic women in convention 77 parishes represented confusion our times was described by Bishop Mark Carroll s. T. D., Wichita j Kansas monday in St. Maryj Cathedral As he addressed delegates to the second annual convention the diocesan Council Catholic women. He cited a a accuracy in hairs breadth carelessness in Infinity Covington Bishop Wiliam t. Mulloy was celebrant pontifical High mass in the Cathedral. Covington Deanery is hostess to the convention with business sessions. Luncheon and banquet at hotel Sheraton Gibson Cincinnati. A mechanically Are paragons accuracy mentally Are pitifully obfuscated. Bishop Carroll assorted. A political slavery partially know and deeply fear mental slavery fall a to recognise and sometimes. In the grip our chains cry out that those the Are truly free Are men in Bonds. We decry truth say it must be sought but cannot be found declare it elusive fluent. Impossible to package. Yet truth is the essential More than 1,000�?~women representing 77 parishes the Covington Catholic diocese began their two Day session sunday. Mrs. Mark a. Theissen general chairman the convention entertained with a Buffet supper sunday at her Home Levassour place Covington in Honor members the Board directors and distinguished guests. A Harvest theme was expressed in colourful decorations autumn Flowers which graced colonial rooms in which 4$ guests were assembled. Individual tables were decorated with Cornue opiate and pyramids colourful fruits. Assisting with Hospital ties were misses Rosemary Mcneeve Virginia Hayes Lexington. Rosemary Gorey mrs. James Gilliece mrs. Clarence Noonan and mrs. Gayle Villa thanksgiving Ball Grant county plans for a conservation recreation water Supply Lake in col Ngann mayor John Moloney pro Pond Licking re a Fri not Quot do. Two Nataf was to give the Welcome address j would Cost $350,000. Warren a bartender at the Good timers cafe 3614 de a a a t 1 t Coursey Avenue Covington Wasler a flt i.�ir0 111 charged by detectives Robert Owens and Robert Flesch with being the the detectives confiscated $151 found the card table after persons in the room declined to say whether they had any interest in the Money. The Money. _. Was taken to police Headquarters Grant county were disclosed key message. Or. Gerald Ben and turned Over to assistant dosed monday by mayor j. B. Quot it. Grand rapids mich., was chief Chester fee for Safe a Miller Williamstown but he m a can Quot Ferd Metzger 1030 Isabella Street Newport and Elaine Broering Highland Avenue Covington Are members the social committee Villa Madonna College which is holding a thanksgiving Ball Friday in Summit Hills country club. The semiformal dance will begin at 9 p. M. Metzger is a Sophomore and miss Broering a Junior. Held 2 years As prisoner in Korea a Little less than a month ago corp. Donald Wayne North 20, Box 438, Constance was Given a hero s Welcome Home As a repatriated korean War prisoner in a warm ceremony in Ludlow. Cpl. North was dead monday. The Soldier who survived the dangers the korean Campaign and the Rigours a red prison Camp for nearly two years fell victim to a late saturday Auto Accident Madison Pike Kenton county just South Independence cemetery. His death marked the sixteenth Kenton Auto fatality this year. He died a Skull fracture and internal injuries according to acting Kenton county Coroner Robert c. Dorsey while in route to St. Elisabeth Hospital in the Independence life squad ambulance. Cpl. North was to have reported Back to it. Knox monday following a s0-Day furlough. He would have been eligible for discharge from thu army in three months. Three Young girls were injured in the Accident which permission sought for Licking River dam the Kenton county water comm theion District no. To has filed an application for a permit to construct a dam across the Licking River and water intake Structure and pump House 250 feet upstream from the Mouth the Banklick Creek s. M. Bailey chief the engineering division the u. S. Army Corpa engineers Louisville said monday. The dam Bailey said will be removed upon completion a High level dam Carooe the Ohio River at Markland ing. This dam would provide a Pool Elevation 455.0 feet which will be 5.s feet above the Greet the proposed dam the Renton county water commission. Earlier it was reported the City to fight fare increase mayor John j. Moloney Covington said monday the City corp. Donald North curved and mrs. Theissen extended the Bailey said interested parties a a a a Are crease Quot is shed a 8ute, phone p0�?T sold a Jfe convention greeting at luncheon invited to state any -1�?� a in the scene measure 236 feet to monday. Mrs. James Dougherty Beeville Texas delivered the control. The vehicle crashed into keeping. Noted that it must be reserved the officers raided a tip received by police chief John As a future project. Bornhorn who said he was told the Lake would be a the Bigin a Telephone conversation that regt one around Here a the a card game was in Progress at the cafe. Kentucky youth been drinking. The detectives said their in was found by the Coroner vesti gation revealed that Isen lobbyist docs Louisville ky., nov. 16�? a a Robert f. Woerner 52, a nov mayor Bald. Damming the headwaters the South Fork Grassy Creek would impound More than a five mile stretch water in two Forks he explained. With the Lake Williamstown s Reservoir would be augmented and water would be furnished to Wurtenburg Germany old it Grant county he announced. One Fork would for desertion 16�? a a pvt. Roscoe c. Long time labor lobbyist before Gasparek 22-year-old Veteran near will Harristown and bergs report was false. He will be arraigned in police court tuesday. Detective a1 Schrichte said _ _ a a. _ _. Later monday that Isenberg and the Kentucky legislature died the korean War was sen other to dry Ridge fitted that the amount Money yesterday. He declined last 1 tended to two years at hard labor the idea a been disclosed take i?.,.h a Ehlt old quote to in Fyk As today after he pleaded guitar to Kentucky s fish and wildlife. Deserting from i u. S. department which Stead $670. Isenberg had been legislative chairman the Ken a jail prisoner in Covington until Tucky federation labor be a few Days ago the detective said. Cause his health. Kentucky kernels by Luke Lufberry a the Lufberry scratch at any rate sought in has coff a into its own. It is opinion from the attorney Gen Bunny hop. Erali a office and got three Dif unit and crossing into comm a Yas very receptive mayor Mil Nisi 35 Germany. Her stated but dam construction.i? a. Ye7r�?~lvky a must a it in a a it a r �s5s a la red. Due to com Berg near Here sept. 18 with sgt. Robert c. Johnson Fullerton. L i an Calif. Both crossed into the so tory to be flooded Muat a do Viet zone four Days later. The russians arrested the two. Americans for questioning and mayor Fpo returned them to u. S. Authorities in West Berlin sept. 28. Johnson Drew a two year Verm mention dinner at 6 30 p. M. Mrs. Louis j. Muth Lexington president the diocesan Council Catholic women presided at business sessions. Assisting mrs. Theissen with arrangements for the convention were . Frank Mccarthy and mrs. Charles Lewis both Lexington mrs. Theresa Duhme Covington and mrs. Elmer Helle it. Mitchell. Opening convention activities sunday were two workshop sessions. A organization the diocesan Council Catholic women at the Parish Council provided the theme for one session with the Rev. Urban Horstman As conductor. Father Horstman diocesan spiritual director the diocesan Council is pastor St. James Church Brooksville. Another workshop session was devoted to a panel the confraternity Christian doctrine. the m Quot a north�?T0 a work from the standpoint navigation before dec. 14. Plans for the Licking dam he said May be seen in the Louisville office. A suit seeking to Block the construction the dam and the proposed new water Plant the Kenton county commission is pending in the Kenton circuit court. The Licking River improvement association recently announced it would take court action necessary to Stop the building the dam which the association contends would damage some 400 to 500 acres Farmland the Campbell county Side. Junior chamber in Book drive a drive for books for Kentucky Bookmobiles will be held by the Campbell county chamber Commerce. Members the chamber boy scouts Drivers the Campbell a put Lubrecht pastor co Quot a automobile dealers As St. Cecilia Church i depend a Quot it rated a with banners trading land it and diocesan director teamsters Union will drive about rights for water rights a the the Ron fraternity and missionary he county thursday night to col Covi Wigton Man Ferent and Uncertain answers Jast Rte it 53016 ch3rgs pah pcs at 90 from the . And two assistants. Both were sentenced by a Gen Al 1 first infantry requiem High mass for William mag Cardiff ithe Kenton county election a camry a Ivision. The Street t Covington. Win be Sung a a sentences include dishonourable o in St a tree commission that some such discharges and forfeiture pay tuesday flt 9 a it in St augus so forewarned members Era 1 court martial the u s. T. Rehm. 90, 317 West eighteenth division. The cd re ,1init was chairman the exhibit com a Bjk the Board elections for the scratching might be done and and allowances. They Are sub ill Quot a "7 a Quot in a convention includes . Daniel will have shows for children who they a be called upon for a Rul Jet to review by higher military prayer. A to Ryan miss Josephine Doyle and will be admitted upon presenting ing. It sent them to the Law authorities. In . Philip Seiber. Committee a two bound books. Magazines and books but there were no statutes cases to cover it. Nevertheless when the Issue arose in election no rat they faced it like men. They ordered the votes counted for gop Leader Aurandt As a dealer is dead in ton Home. Died nothing like the it s More like a political Barb e r s itch. Only several voters among the 26,032 Kenton count i a n s q cast ballots nov. 3 tried it out and it May never be used again. But at least it s been Given 0 t i i c Tal approval. The idea was born during the Campaign when one staunch Democrat told Luke head like to vote for Harry k. Aurandt Republican candidate for county judge but that he just bring himself to Mark an x under the log Cabin. Like Jimmy Durante a visage Riding a Tel edition beam the solution flashed through Luke a head. A Why not a asked a write Aurandt s name under the dem a Ratic candidate for the same 1 office and x after it a v to that Legal a inquired the1 a it d. Dubious Democrat. A a Don t know but its non not voting at All m the will meet tuesday at 8 p. M. St Hect Warren cd a replied. Continued fags 4. Cot 2 a the funeral Home. Laid limit i my it helpers the sacred heart provided the panel. Lect the books. Anyone having Boks to donate is asked to have their porch convention displays include Light burning. Anyone with religious Art Christmas liter a Large number books to give is a Ture Christmas suggestions for asked to Call Douglas Leahy at the Catholic family and Christ Highland 4994 the fare boost went into effect sunday in Northern Kentucky. The former rate 11 cents Cash was raised to 15 cents Cash two tickets for 25 cents. The Northern Kentucky Utility District which was organized to fight higher demands by local utilities is not participating in the action. The Ankud previously charged that John m. Kinnard. Commissioner for the Dot had prejudged the rate Case in favor the transit firm and therefore it was useless to attempt to oppose it. Under Kentucky Law a Utility held for treatment at St Elisabeth Hospital Are miss Patsy Riddle 15. $28 Oak Street Ludlow face lacerations and possible rib fractures and Pelvis in Urlea condition fair. Mias Vandra Ingram. 17, 1 East Pike Street Bromley a Hock and possible internal injuries condition fair. Mim Alice Delk 15, 229 Oak Street. Ludlow left foot and ankle injuries condition Good. William Thomas 19, 1301 Banklick Street Covington and i Cousin Edward Thomas 18, May Institute a higher charge 1213 Banklick Street Covington rates before a hearing is held the matter. Late news bulletin Covington firemen were called out shortly before noon monday to fight a Gram fire in the area forty first Street and Huntington Avenue. Were also occupants the car. William Thomas said he suffered a wrenched shoulder but was released at the Hospital after examination. Edward Thomas was not injured. Members the Taylor Mill Volunteer fire department Weru just rounding up equipment after extinguishing a $4,000 fire at approximately 2 a. M. Sunday when they were called upon for life squad service in an Accident in which six persons were injured. Continued Page 4. Col. 4 mrs. Clarence Rice the organization will collect them. Tuesday night show houses in Newport Bellevue and Dayton a Cigar never Lite it my a Fol 2 Faither Eugene Siler Dies after Long illness Williamsburg ky., nov. 18�?i/p a Adam Troy Siler Home. Covington. Burial will be include. Remit books Quot Are not accepted. A f3�?T act a attorney and father Eugene Siler died at Hig. In Mother god cemetery Cov a n0mjnation, mrs. Albert per Leahy said. The shows will be i Oday after a Long illness. Kei ired Liri Liture Rebuf a a former employee t regi traction mrs. Albert Hupp 6 30 p. M. State 5 30 p. M.1 the elder Slier always wore a the d8�?� ?ha. Wordeman and mrs. John Weidl. Mary Anne and Dayvie 7 p. M. Saturday at his dinner mrs Ber. L survived a. u.m.r, head to service for t. N. Duncan. 80, a veh d Scot Park hills1 miss Marcel a Mcdonald resold democratic candidate All �1345 Maryland Avenue. Coving. Walter and Normar Tirton Frank Carthy Thunga. The vote were Gutt to a operator the Duncan 8c, w.,h Xin Aton three grand-1 Wustum v. ,. To be added to it Hia Republican son used furniture co. 212 Pike a and Fri Areat and lid Tyr my Row Mary Gorey my Villa Madonna College win be a scheduled total. Street. Covington until his re Chu Ien my a go Lecey i represented by its president the address at Georgetown College. W, ceremony a Rose Bud in hit Lapel and carried a Cane he did no to need. Usually present in his Mouth was a Cigar he never lit. He quit smoking in 1909 when he became Iii after smoking a appellate court was the Republic can nominee for governor in 1951, losing to Democrat Lawrence Wetherby. The son joined Hia fathers Law practice after leaving the court appeals. He followed in his father s footsteps at a Baptist Leader and was Enrot t. Tir ement four years ago will be he a Linaria convention treasurer . John f. Murphy at the in he was born Tackette a Baptist convention at Owens the friends May Call at the funeral Haru. a tial a a. Emz. A. A Ute a bore when his father died. So there you have it. W. ,r, let i Midendorf Unerv him fas Home monday for 3 to 10 p. M. Quot Yohn a Tny is a neck and i a race a twelfth Reet. Covington. Burial Gram mrs. Edvard Bodde incl Bishop hinges upon such a ballot and 1 a a lab in. Hand cemetery a Harreil attends mrs an Ftp a Kirk 1 throws the matter into the courts ,vntcn<�?~11 Charles Bogenschutz credentials Augu ration the most Rev. Bry Creek in Whitley county in 1870. Mcentegart do titular he was educated in the county Saradi As Rector Rural schools and received a de nations mrs. Angela Kirk Post Catholic University America Gree from National Normal uni Torney for the Southern and ers. Miss Aline Mccarthy and thursday nov. 19. A varsity Lebanon o., in 1892. Louisville amp Nashville Railroad the elder Siler became inactive in 1950 when he resigned As at luncheon mrs. John Theissen. As part the ceremonies,1 be taught school in Whitley companies. He had served As Rau Catholic University will Confer county for five years and then Road commissioner from 1904 to upon Dwight d. Elan in term re a a with. 112. Of a a 4ifr, a a in isl 7�l,td2sff�court meeting upon for a decision. By cd via a was no re pub an a murder charged election sur text that the to it xon two Brothers Frank who was elected county judge. A a scratch a Odd in will going and Parker monday attended the regular j Louisville ky., nov. If a a meet the same Fate As the i inv Burg nine grandchildren and 20 meeting the Campbell county Ltd it a Raymond Michael Spencer i while there father Murphy Edge and a teen meet the same a great grandchildren. Fiscal court held at the new 18, was charged with murder will also attend the fiftieth an .1 v. Gift. In Hower the honorary degree the Date j. N. Sharp. He later doctor Laws. Formed a Law partnership with will forgotten even by was Cna Geo with a Maraer will also Attena me Ruem an Dured for 43 years until judge Duncan was a member the port courthouse. Only routine yesterday after the tavern slay Nual convocation the National types death in 1948. J Covington aerie eagles which business a s transacted judge ing James Leonard Ashley Catholic education association. Takes office in 27. And tha wounding two which is being held the same Sielert a son. Eugene who f a other men. Day at cathode University. Served a a member the states survivors besides the son Eugene Williamsburg include two daughters. Mrs. Lillian Venter. Portland . And mrs. Erma k. Hammons. Fort Lauderdale fla., and a sister mrs. U. S. Jones Jellico Tennessee. North driving the

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