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Cincinnati Kentucky Times Star (Newspaper) - November 18, 1953, Cincinnati, OhioF Kentucky weather fair mild partly Cloudy thursday. High wednesday 72�, thursday 71. Low during night 44�?T want toy november 18, 1953 Kentucky times Star a a published As the first j Section of the Cincinnati times Start phone he 4320 48 pages 5c by Carrier per week 30c Cooper asks administration Aid family is homeless As fire destroys two room trailer to Stop decline in farm prices a Campbell county couple and their four year old Ion were homeless wednesday after fire swept through their two room trailer and also consumed personal belongings in a $4,000 Blaze late tuesday at f. Amp n. Trailer Park Mary Inglis Highway about a mile East of Dayton fire chief Charles Spreter reported. The Dayton chief said a cig Aret real estate tax Bills for Banks were real estate tax Bills being prepared for Kenton county Banks wednesday by a1 Darenkamp. Kenton county tax commissioner. The Banks will be assessed state school and county taxes on their real estate. No Bills had been prepared for the Banks because of a letter Darenkamp received from the probably ignited a Couch. Victim were Harry Lane 30 his 28-year-old wife and their son Jeffrey according to firemen. Mrs. Lane was at w Ork at Wadsworth watch Case co., Dayton where her husband recently was Laid off but father and son were in the Vicinity when neighbors discovered the flames firemen stated. The Blaze had gained great headway before the department arrived chief Spreter said. Police judge Optimist week Covington races Are in dispute write in votes Don t count Covini Egton visit ends in court the return of a 59-year-old the opinion of Walter c. Herdman. Assistant attorney go nerf Kentucky holding that write in votes for police judge in Bromley and Park Hills cannot be counted has not been received by Jay \ of Hara Secretary of the Kenton county election commis department of Revenue some Chicago Secretary to her native Slon time ago. Robert h. Allphin commissioner of the Revenue department said tuesday that Darenkamp had misinterpreted the letter from Richard j. Sullivan of the assessment Section concerning the taxation of real estate and Bank shares of the institution. The letter causing the confusion reads Covington ky., two years ago to visit the grave of her Mother was said wednesday to have led to a court Wrangle involving the marital status of socially prominent mrs. Juanita Hightower and Henderson g. Hightower Well known Cincinnati and Covington attorney. Miss Kathereen Decker who attended a Covington Grade a the fair Cash value of the school with 60-year-old mrs. Shares of Banks located in your Juanita Hightower was asked by county As of Jan. 1, 1953, has her one time schoolmate to spend been determined As listed below a week end at the spacious High a in instances where shares Are lower estate near Union ky., owned by the reconstruction i during that trip the latter said Nance corp., such shares have it was then she introduced been eliminated. Miss Decker to Hightower a the Asbe Saed value of real cording to mrs. Hightowers estate belonging to these tax Story. Payers should be deducted a everything Between me and from the amounts listed. My husband waa Lovely until a in the interest of uniformity he became involved with this and Equality it is recommended other woman mrs. Hightower that these values be used in the mid in reimling details of the preparation of your j Tny 0f her marriage of St the letter contained a list of values of Bank shares of the the end came she declared various Banks in the county and when last Spring she refused to Darenkamp said he deducted the i divorce the 68-year-old lawyer value of the real estate from the he got a mexican divorce july 2, shares As instructed and taxed �1953. And married miss Decker the remainder. In. Mexico sept. 29, 1953, she nothing was mentioned in the j Slid letter about Bills in real estate mrs. Juanita Hightowers petition on file in Hamilton county o Hara said he asked for the opinion following the election in which write in votes were cast for both offices. If the opinion of Herdman is As reported by the associated press. Of Hara said no election certificates will be issued to either judge G. Grayson of Park Hills or Charles Roberts of Bromley. The offices will become vacant after in. 1, of Hara said with appointing Power in the office of the governor. Grayson is the present police judge of Park Hills but his name mayor John j. Moloney signs a proclamation for Optimist week in Covington As leaders of Covington Optimist club to orc on. Standing from left Are g. W. Am Merman jr., club president Espy Bailey boys work committee Fred Macklin Optimist week chairman and Ralph Freppon boys work committee. Optimist week will continue through saturday and a highlight of the Observance will be the appearance of Kentucky Secretary of state Charles of Connell As speaker at the club meeting thursday at 12 15 p. M. In the chamber of Commerce. Owners identified Slot dismissal move did not appear on the regular we a twi a if a ballot. Grayson has been running 1 Todl Lehm for the office two years after the 7 Kentucky kernels and he said he assumed from the letter that the tax on the shares was All the Banks were to be assessed. Bankers have been complaining for some time that they were a double taxed by the state and part of the value of the Bank shares was represented by their real estate Darenkamp reported. He said he construed the letter to be aimed at correcting situation. Common pleas court asks that she be declared Hightowers lawful wife with the mexican divorce and his later marriage declared void. Hightower and his present wife live in the Phelps apartments 506 East fourth Street. Grounds for mrs. Hightowers action As set Forth in the Peti Theja on were that neither she nor Hightower lived in Mexico and wednesday Darenkamp re the courts there have no Juris Cei Ved a letter from Maurice p. Diction Over them. Carpenter director of the valuation division of the department of Revenue in which Carpenter said he had read the letter sent youth rallies full gospel Assembly 119 but and found the instructions a York Street Newport will hold a quite he also said special youth rallies Friday and new letters were being sent out again on nov. 27, said c. B. Multi clarify the procedure. Dins radio pastor. Special music a and singing will be featured and several churches will be repro special meeting seated he added. Women a auxiliary of High the Rev. L. Luther Turner land Heights Volunteer fire de j Hamilton o., will speak Friday apartment will hold a special the Rev. Gene Huff London meeting wednesday at 8 p. M. Ky., who recently returned from at the firehouse on Renshaw ave Jerusalem will be heard at the for the office two years after the mayors election instead of at the same time the mayor is elected. This is a carry Over from the time Park Hills was a sixth class City of Hara believes. Grayson had ballots printed and distributed to voters and received 338 votes on them. In Bromley there is no vacancy at the present time since John l. Day is the police judge. He was elected state representative at the november election and will have to resign one of the two offices. He will undoubtedly resign the police judgeship when his term As representative begins in january. He was out of town wednesday attending the legislative conferences at Kentucky Lake. The race could not be placed on the ballot in november of Hara said. William Baueries chief Deputy Kenton county clerk said the Park Hills police judge election was omitted from the ballot because none of the officials of the City requested that it be included. The county clerk is responsible for preparing the ballot but receives his information from the various cities Baueries said. By Luke Lufberry Luke who for a number of five persons were identified wednesday As owners of years and often with faint Hope Slot machines seized by Fri agents in Kenton county in urged the adoption of voting 1952 in a motion filed in Kenton circuit court before machines in judge Joseph Goodenough. The motion filed by attorney Charles e. Lester jr., Newport tuesday for owners John b. Rig Ney Ben Kees Elmer Hahn and John and Mary Weisenberger asked that the court dismiss the Northern Kentucky has become encouraged again. In both Campbell and Kenton counties Fol Lester pleaded in his motion that the state not the City was the proper authority to bring the action to destroy and also that a. The statute of limitations of one. City of Covington a suit to have year applied in favor of the the 666 Slot machines destroyed owners. Uwi we he Dlf judge Mac Swinford in u. S., -. Or to. 8. District court at Covington pc officials and could be confiscated and de Vlious a had held that the devices expressing in a a wl"1 Vul Quot could be seized under the John Quot rest Quot a a when the City in cd the me in act by that they could not Chines after they were brought As Coruco did by fed Here from Lexington warehouses Era attorneys a charge was placed against the contrivances and the hearing was set for jury trial on dec. 10. Lester a motions was slow and inaccurate elec t i o n counts Are Lurk a overruled by judge Goodenough. Had it been sustained the Slot machines now held in the Covington jail building could have been returned to the owners. In Campbell As a result of the Warren state Law. However provides Jouy experience the proposal for the destruction of gambling has w0n approval in both parties devices As contraband. And officials obviously Are sin William b. Of Neal Covington Cere in their interest. Under the police court prosecutor who will leadership of county judge prosecute the action for the City Stanley Moebus and judge elect said the Lester motion has made Fred Warren we expect Camp the Slot machine owners inter Belg t0 get the machines. New blasts in water hike Issue rate increase is proposed says problem is economic \ a a. Not political Louisville. Ky., nov. 18 a up a senator John Sherman Cooper r., by yesterday called on the Eisenhower administration to take a immediate action to Stop the decline in farm prices. Addressing the thirty fourth convention of the Kentucky farm Bureau federation Cooper said the administration is not re water co., Louisville and the a possible for the Basic problem lotion of its office in Dayto Amedean agric Ture but for payment of water Billa. Whatever the cause Art tha re. Mayor Walter Pilgrim and. A. Councilman Carl Wenderoth both a possibility for action rests with Dayton Council wednesday was on record As opposing further increases in water Ratos by the Commonwealth blasted the water company. The mayor in opposing the location of the office for payment of water Bills which is now at sixth and o Fallon avenues Dayton remarked a the rates they now charge the company ought to have an office on every payment of water Bills formerly was made at the state Bank sixth and Dayton avenues. A the company should have an office that is centrally located in Dayton a mayor Pilgrim protested. Upon motions of the mayor and councilman Wenderoth City clerk Carl Witte waa instructed to write a letter to the company protesting another boost in rates As Well As the location of the office. City attorney Charles Graham said Northern Kentucky cities Are continuing their fight against water rate increases As Well As the Sale of the water system to Commonwealth from the Union Light heat de Power co. No action waa taken on an amendment to the City a salary ordinance which provides pay boosts for. Certain elective officials. Councilman a pay will not be included it was reported. Police chief John Moran reported police made 90 investigations of various complaints including eight automobile accidents during october. Council approved the application of a Beer bottle License for mrs. Doris Meyer who operates a Sandwich shop at fifth and Clay streets. The new Council takes Over at the next meeting dec. 1, after the old Council holds its final session. The present he said Secretary of agriculture Ezra Taft Benson is earnestly striving to come to grips with the Basic causes of tha present decline in farm income. But said. Cooper the present farm program of the Federal government has a not proved wholly he amid that criticism of the farm policies of the Republican admin titration Hai been used As an a excuse to accuse officials or farm organisations with a Cutty Long Price the fact is said Cooper Prica supports today Are at or near All time High Levels. He said that new markets her and abroad must be developed to solve the Basic dilemma of agricultural overproduction in America. In this he echoed the advice Given Bureau member yesterday by Alan b. Kline president of the american farm Bureau federation. To want to emphasise Cooper said that the farm problem is economic rather than the federations stand pm Price supports May be disclosed later today when proposed resolutions Are read at the general convention session. Vendors As defendants in the Case. Twins plentiful nue. Next rally. The Public is invited. Lukowsky double Story double talk provided by Mccord clan a Ivic group urges voting machines plus purgation voting machines and a purgation of the voting lists receive the approval of the Campbell county civic association in a statement issued wednesday by Charles Eha president. Election a Miller Case is continued Case of Chester Miller 36, Box 284, lower River Road Kenton this is what one would probably term a a a double county accused of Selling into i Story cants to minors was continue Dit refers to the birth of a child born on her brother a until dec. 9 wednesday by acting i birthday anniversary which results in a double birthday precincts in Kenton Kenton county judge Robert a party double gifts and the two children have an aunt 90&Quot worm a. To is a twin sister of their Mother twin uncles a grand a possible with voting a Miller was represented by e. A father who has a twin sister and a great Grandfather Chines people bother h. Walton Covington attorney who had a twin sister who said he had just been en-1 Little Cathryn Michelle aged and time. Miller was apprehended in Kenton however the talk May be just a sound and fury signifying nothing a if we judge by past experience. Undercover opposition to voting machines has developed already. Similar to that which smothered the proposal in 1950. All sorts of objections Are already being quietly spread As was the care that year. In a a one is that if the number of were re lateness bulletin nine year old Jerry Webster. Independence was being treated at St. Elisabeth shortly before noon wednesday after reportedly being struck Over the right Eye with a Bullet fired from an air Rifle. Attendants said he arrived with his Mother in a private car. Legion backs big Bone site a Resolution that a state Park and museum be located on the big Bone site has been adopted by the Boone Post no. 4, american legion Florence Boone county. The Post offered its assistance and said state senator Alvin Kidwell of Sparta would be contacted for his recommendation. Copies of the Resolution signed by chairman Francis k. Souther Bernie Weicher and Ira v. Smith were ordered sent to governor Lawrence Wetherby state senator Kidwell Boone county judge c. L. Cropper and the Boone county historical society. Had just been end Little Cathryn Michelle me. A a Uke a a needed additional Cord came into the world last Quot Purchase Rte there Friday nov. 13 Black cat Day c m a a Charles i participation in elec apprehended last. . Hr.,.ihr the recent Eha said a pointed out As never before weaknesses in our election commenting on results Eha said the election at 2 10 p. M at St. Saturday bar Kenton county to , Covington lice in Sheila s bar lower River Road. Police said nearly a dozen juveniles were in the establishment drinking Beer. Henry Hayes Bellevue chief Field agent for the Kentucky alcoholic beverage control Board said a Complete report on the Case will be made by him to the Abc after the local court hearing. Elizabeth Mccord also have a daughter on the j Dorothy Jane besides their Sun birthday anniversary of her Charles Mccord. Two year old brother Scott me a Cord. Scott wag bom nov. 13, i. 1951 l w. Klingenberg to vote. This is so much Bush Wah. Luke was a Miami Fla machines citizen elections increased because the machines state lawmakers engage in political Maneu vers a the people of Campbell j a machinery. As a result it was county won a great Victory by Price of haircut not until eight Days after the the election of Fred m. Warren to election before Fred Warren was the office of county judge a a George Muehlenkamp As the next pronounced lha Ovar Andy county Lorney b j h a of he be Jolly in the county judges lace successful candidates together during the Nepe Sarv recount of with Harry Luedeke were in a the ballots cast in this election Dorset by the Campbell county civic association. In the Pri errors in tabulation were Dis Mary Luedeke won the re pub covered in approximately 100 of Jecan nomination while Muehlen hiked in Kenton the Price of haircuts in Kenton county will increase from i to $1.25 beginning monday. Nov. 30. Shaves will Cost 75 cent. This was decided tuesday night at a meeting of Barbers Union local 107, Kenton county they Are children of or. And mrs. Charlies Mccord 15 Rosebud Avenue Erlanger. The Mother is the former Joyce Rhein of Dayton. Parenta of Scott and a Cathy a which b the new addition to the Mccord family is to be called will have to provide two birthday cakes on nov. 13 from now on in celebrating their two children a birthday anniversaries. Further they will have to a to on the double in the Way of 61, Dies at Home j Kentucky Lake state Park nov. 18-an sex Dade Park program and an outline of the work of the state legislative research commission was Given Kentucky senators and representatives today As they opened the pre session conference. Conservation commiss i o n e r a a a the 130 precincts in the a these conditions should convince everyone that our present system is outmoded and and every consideration should be Given to supplanting it with a modern fool proof system. With voting machines accurate results of elections Are known within a few hours after the polls have closed. Improvements should be planned immediately before another election Rolls Eha added Kamp was selected As the Choice j of the democrats. As a result a these two Good friends found themselves competing with each a a a a office in the1 Hurt in crash Revenue agent birthday gifts. The Mother of Scott and ers All in the same Field Are Job a Cathy has a twin sister mrs. A Seph who resides in South it. Joan Rhein Clark 604 Belmont county s precincts much larger than Kenton a. Luke suspects that the real objection is that the machines would Cut a Down on patronage. Another argument against the a Henry Ward told of the Park sys machines is that there Are too and or. Arthur l. Lloyd e Walter a Linsenberg nip it thany Small Community elections director of the research commis of k u in Kenton that is much less explained its work four Brothers who operate Kling of a prob pm in Dade county the formal Start of the con Enberg x hardware and paint Fla which is larger in area frence after last night s informal stores in Northern Kentucky died and has More Community and a inner began with Welcome to District elections than it is is tic legislators by governor Law today in Kenton or Campbell rence Wetherby and his introduce where the ballot is used. Tion to them of the various Heads e e of state departments who accompanied Wetherby. Other objections voiced the third pre legislative con in Kenton is that there is no Terence opened with buzzing Pon in not m . I. Kith place to store a a Hng machines lit Leal Maneu vers and a Short. A .,1,Jand that the Cost of hiring mov pause for a dramatic introduction tuesday at his Home 14 re Quardt Lane. South it. Mitchell he had observed his sixty first birthday monday. He had operated his store at eleventh and Patterson streets other for the same main election the coca of a Ujj s internal Revenue agent course was jubilant because Quot a was severely injured Early matter which of the two would j wednesday when the car he was and or it Edwrd Rhein 334 Evelyn Mccabe Cincinnati mrs be elected by the voters they driving crashed into the Side of fourth Avenue Dayton. By. Mae Burger. South it Mitchell a were assured the office would be a parked tractor trailer truck in the of Hgt be a Quot other daughter Ard miss Dorothy Klingenberg. Placed in capable hands. Covington. Janice sue Rhein. At Home a son e w. Klingen a the fact that Warren a re the agent Richard Dfvereaux Scott and Quot Cathy a great Berg jr., at Home his Mother publican and Muehlenkamp. A 31 Louisville ky., was in a a fair Grandfather is Henry Wetzel sr., mrs. Mary Klingenberg. It. A Democrat were elected with condition at St. Elizabeth hos he seventh Avenue Dayton Thomas a sister mrs. Mane coca assistance should prove Pital. Suffering from possible retired Carpenter. Wetzel is the Riesser. It. Thomas and one once and for All that the Camp Skull and left Arm fractures of mrs. Rhein. He was the other brother Ralph Erlanger a likewise some 4,000 or More Bell county civic association is possible left hip dislocation and i twin of the late mrs. Margaret and five grandchildren unqualified voters on our county both nonpartisan and religiously cuts on his right writ Accord Wetzel Pic rce Dayton. Requiem High mass will be in registration records Are a Chal nonsectarian and stands ready at a ing to Covington police. The two children a other a tend Friday at 9 a. M. In blessed Lenge to the registration and All times to lend its strength exp Devereauxh a car struck n Grandfather Charles l. Mccord sacrament Church South it. Purgation Board for an Early Prience and a know How to Aid parked tractor trailer truck at 152 Forest Avenue Erlanger has Mitchell followed by burial in purgation and cleanup. With a and support persons seeking of 1546 Madison Avenue coving a twin sister mrs. Lucille win St. Marj cemetery St. Bernard thousands of names of voters flee regardless of party affiliation Iton police said. The truck is Scher 211 West thirty third Prayers will be said at 8 improperly registered anything i or religious belief so Long Asi oried by E. Petri Bowling Street Covington. Mrs. Wintcher a m. In Radel funeral Home might happen in e close and j their qualifications honesty and Green. By. Petri Wes not in thesia a great aunt of the two Young Newport where friends May Call spirited integrity Merit a trek at the time. Stars. Alao celebrating the thursday from 2 to 10 p. M. A. A Quot a Avenue Dayton and twin Broth ers James and Joel Rhein Day ton. Freshmen at Eastern state Colidge Richmond by. Mrs. Mccord mrs. Clark and James and Joel Rhein Are children of or. And mrs. Edward f. Rhein 334 fourth Avenue Dayton. By. They have another daughter Janice sue Rhein. Scott and Quot Cathy so great Grandfather is Henry Wetzel sr., 1113 seventh Avenue Dayton retired Carpenter. Wetzel is the father of mrs. Rhein. He was the ing vans to haul them to the polls would be prohibitive. What ,. Urus Wuriu str Minu Max Yyi Iai Mitchell and is. The Covington Wou Del the coun from Quot a a a in he it a a a get polls in it keeper in it. Thoma. And Ralph a own ,rulk5, and la Many communities which use voting machines have found no who has his store and a me in Olbur Dayton. Also surviving Are his wife insurmountable problem in Stor Florence three daughters mrs. Lug them in Jefferson county voting machines Are stored in the basement of the Artory auditorium. Fayette county machines Are kept in the attic of the courthouse. In Kenton it seems to Luke they could be divided Between the Little used courthouse at Independence and the basement of the Covington City building where ballot boxes Are now stored. Or if 666 Slot machines can be stored in the jail. It appears that 100 voting machines would take their place after the court disposes of the continued on Page 4.col. 1 to mental health problems last night. By dinner time the Field vying for legislative leadership had narrowed to the Point that democrats who will be in control of the session convening in january had Only one apparently contested opening that of House caucus chairman. Places were representatives Charles Burnley and Harry King Lowman to return As House speaker and majority floor Leader respectively and senator Alvin Kidwell Sparta and Richard p. Moloney Lexington to be Senate president pro Tern and majority floor Leader. Moloney also would be Etaf i ing his 1952 position while senator Kidwell would replace senator Louis Cox of Frankfort who did not run for re election. Burnley Lowman. Kids Ell and Moloney have governor wether by a open support. On the other Side of the party aisle the republicans promised considerable Competition particularly for Senate minority floor Leader. Four gop senators reportedly were in the running for that to a. Sitione Homer e. Losey sooner that Post was left vacant when to Juuan Golden Pineville de representative Alex Calvert of i Maysville declined to seek reflection. Actively running for a House whip a As the Job usually is called were representatives Bill Jones of Princeton William t. Wathen of Morganfield and Chester j. Holsclaw of Louisville. The outcome was in doubt because governor Wetherby said he would keep Quot hands off and let a the representatives decide for. Themselves. Apparently assured of the a t h a r democratic leaders 1 4. P i p. Warriner Albany and Tom w. Hines Bowding Green. The Post was left open when senator Freeman Robinson of Louisville failed to seek re clan Tion in the thirty sixth District which was taken Over by Democrat Arthur w. Grafton two weeks ago. In the House Hobart Rayburn of Emerson was viewed As a possible contender for the minority leadership presently held and sought again by James w. Lambert of it. Vernon

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