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Cincinnati Kentucky Times Star (Newspaper) - November 19, 1953, Cincinnati, OhioKentucky weather mild thursday High to. Showers Friday Low 46�?T, High 6st thursday november 19, 1953 Kentucky times Star surf a published As the first Section of the Cincinnati times Start of i Nal phone he 4320 60 pages by do per week Oug jury system change urged Trio charged with arson car Sel Ahrer flood Wall pushed Over new officers of s women a club Engineer is praised Thomas Sealise goes to Dayton Thomas Sealise resident charged with arson by Konton Png peer for the United states county police were Ernest Nickel corp of engineers at coving-323 West fourth Street coving Bank charge three men were in Covington jail thursday charged with setting an automobile afire and pushing it Over an embankment where it started a spectacular grass Brush conflagration. Ton Lynn Boyd Linden and his brother. Howard Linden also Mak a Covington said to be Covington residents. Firemen of Bromley Crescent Springs and Ludlow found the blazing automobile at the foot of an embankment beside Hightower Road Between Bromley and Crescent Springs shortly after 9 p. M. Wednesday. A Check of its License plate is to depart soon for Dayton o., showed it belonged to Nickel. Where he will be in charge of Covington police said they found Nickel Home in bed. Fully construct on of a Hospital Al Pat attired with Burns on his face terran Field air Force base. Ton. Has been a major help in better City and a better Community mayor John j. Moloney and City commissioners declared in a Resolution adopted at the Board meeting thursday. Sealise who has been in charge of flood Wall construction at Covington and formerly at Newport City oks merchants Yule plans Santa coming to Covington Council plan would make More persons liable for service Frankfort ky., nov. 19�? amp a Kentucky a judicial Council recommended today that the 1954 legislature revamp and modernize the states Jujj system. The Council proposed that More people be made liable for jury service. It said qualifications for serving on grand and trial juries should be made the same. And it urged abolition of the requirement that a juror be a the court have interpreted this to mean any qualified member of a household. Now prospective jurors names Are taken from property tax Rolls. Under the proposal they also could be taken from voter registration lists. The Council composed of judges and lawyers recommended that grand juries be allowed More time for their investigations As Many a �0 Days in Jefferson county and Covington City commissioners and mayor John j. Moloney discussed a number of Christmas Holiday questions at the regular Board meeting thurs m in Titi Icren Mun Day but agreed in general that 15 in All other counties. Christmas is something which does no to lend itself to Black and White legislation and restriction. The Board granted tentative approval to the retail merchants association of Northern Kentucky to provide appropriate lower state income fund is forecast by Sam Stiles Kentucky lakes state for Quot Jefferson county it Recomb Paky nov. 19- mended that a grand jury be allowed to remain in session from the first monday of the month for which it is empanelled to but not including the first monday of the next month. And the Council said the jury should be permitted to stay in session an additional month if he insisted officers said that he received the Burns when a Gas stove in his room exploded. Later Kenton county police picked up Lynn Boyd Linden who said according to police that Nickel doused the ear with gasoline and touched a match to it. He then helped Nickel push it Over the embankment Linden was quoted As saying. Howard Linden a connection with the Case was not Clear immediately Tiff Resolution offered a hardiest felicitations to Sealise and Best wishes in his new Post. Sealise present at the meeting to a tvs a asserted a i thank you humbly jlelx.10 to it let for expressing these feelings toward me. A Good staff helped me carry Sealise said he tried to work on the flood Wall always with the interests of the City As Well of the United states government in mind. Mayor Moloney said he and City manager George Schaefer had worked closely with Sealise new officers of women a supper club Covington Myca who Are installed Ata _. Candlelight ceremony held in connection with the november meeting Are pictured Christmas music via Lou speak nor Sai t seated left to right miss Mary Lou Smith treasurer miss Betty Carstens presi 1 ror. A oin a Ltd miss it Dent miss Jean Chestnut vice president second Row miss Lucille Mcdermott project chairman miss Nellie lock Secretary miss Belle Cox publicity chairman mrs. Harold Bennett program chairman. Aug ers in the business District tested a regular six Day grand through mrs. Mildred hitch Sec a jury session with a nine Day sex Clary of the merchants group let Sjon permitted for Good cause. Court the City officials Learned the music Vai. Will fill the air Only from 7 30 to 8 30 p. M. Daily beginning on wednesday. Doc. 16. The Holiday music will also be piped out saturday dec. 19, from 3 30 4 30 p. M. On the dec. 18 Date Covington downtown merchants will begin remaining open in the evening. 1 for Christmas shopping mrs. Or. R. J. Hoffman. Chairmen of the diabetes detection hitch said. A r a drive in Northern Kentucky said thursday diabetes has a letters to Covington mayor number of symptoms Well known to the medical profession retail merchants i. T vol nil. A. Supply meet is called. Symptoms of diabetes explained by physician the court of appeals last year held that regular grand juries in Jefferson county like elsewhere in Kentucky were limited by Law to six Day sessions which could be extended to not More than three Days by special court order. The Trio was jailed at 2 30 in Many instances and found him Anco hut to iat they May not appear in every Case. That is Why a. M. Thursday in default of $5, to be a helpful and co operative trend a so a Nav cases go undetected so Long the physician said. Gentle. A. M 000 Bonds. In addition to being a conference to find a solution to collecting and holidays set for Licking Valley scout Council commissioner Hamid Swarth the water problems in the tri. To it a a move for any rive in the cite at 8 30 a Quot a i prepared for submission to the Sid he rescued that Sealise c1,.v a Rea of Erlanger Elsmere Taloni for samples of urine one to have himself tested for on Friday nov. 27. He will court of appeals and the judicial association also noted in communication that Santa Claus Riding in an open convertible red. No doubt will officially a in addition the High court said they could i panel a jury for three special terms of three Days each during a month presumably using the same jurors. The Council also recommended 8 that the legislature convening Jan. 5 establish a retirement system for circuit judges. The councils proposals were out said he regretted that Sealise could not remain Here to see the and Florence will be sent out have been set up at hospitals it Nav com i e Tion of t he flood wait a Findey mrs. Frances Dempsey drug s ores and Public buildings Sealise pointed out he would Notnac in City clerk an in Kenton and Campbell coun be too far away and would be no inc if is faring the Campaign to find available if City officials enc Oun pan or it i undetected cases of the disease. Office of the Licking Valley tired problems they wished to to end the Etter members of the most common symptoms girl scout Council. 401 York d Stuss with him. He added he Erlanger Council at a Council or. Hoff Nan said Are excessive thirst and hunger especially if accompanied by loss of weight pains in the extremities excessive urination itching changes in vision frequent and extreme tiredness slowness. Of wounds and bruises in Healing. Street Newport will be closed would return for the dedication meetn8 tuesday. Nov. 26 and 27 and from dec. 24 10f the flood Barrier to Jan. 4 for the thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. Neighbourhood chairmen Are reminded of the Jan. 5 deadline for registration at Council office for the group leadership course to be held on Jan. 12, 14, 19 and Driver injured in Auto crash Wil mayor K. Price suggested that the conference bring together officials in Erlanger Elsmere Florence Covington and the Kenton county water District no. 1. Price said Erlanger officials Joseph i Colana 1008 21, from 7 30 to 9 30 p. M. In the stash Avenue Cincinnati suf Kenton county continue buying scout office. Also slated Fri feed a neck injury late wednes its water through Covington and january is the neighbourhood Reg automobile accidental t it improve the flow of water to Ostrar s workshop. Cav in an automobile Accident at j to it. Arca through More listed in the current Issue of sixteenth and Monmouth streets a Anuj Jarger Mains. Valley Scouter Council bulletin Newport. After treatment at Are a number of troops due to Register in november and Cember. Council office is to be. Council recommended Erlanger notified of the disbanding of an motorcycle patrolman George keep Covington As its source of even without any notice diabetes or. Hoffman added a while diabetes appears most often in persons Over 40, younger persons a even children a sometimes have it especially if they Are members of diabetic families. Quot modern Medicine provides ready methods of control for diabetes once it is found and diag nosed. Hence it is an important safety first measure for everyone to have a diabetes test. And diabetes week Quot this week when Public attention is focused on the subject is a Good be distributed continued on Page 14, col. 3 will suggest at the meeting that Juhle symptom. Or. Hoffman time to attend to Kentucky kernels _ Speers Hospital. Dayton he was a recent fact a Din Rnn-de-1. J Mittee in a report to or Lanci by Luke governor Lufberry Lawrence Northern Kentucky stores most if the Commonwealth levied a sales troop. According to the Blue Dotson said machines driven Bywater Supply and suggested that Wetherby has c a n d i d 1 y an a 1 ? blow we us Book of policies an individual s Mandrial cold dts Atthea a Quot new main by tapped a nth the count cd howl ask the general s membership coincides with the a i exam a collided at the in Covington system at Latonia. Assembly in troop with which she is affiliated. Ler sect in. Mayor Moloney along with oth january to therefore if any adult or girl or Covington officials have had Levy some new members joins As an addition to a several discussions concerning taxes to cover a troop and pays either full or Jav i i Chung water with officials in the tri City declining state partial dues she assumes the Lexington ky., nov 19 area. Two plans have been Dis r e venues. Expiration Date of troop Andiff a the executive committee of cussed with Covington supplying there has pay full dues when the the Young Republican clubs of the water directly in both plans been talk that Kentucky meets Here saturday. In one plan. Covington would the governor must pay full troop re registers. Party on St Root new lights for Pike dedication set Friday finance the Cost of Mains from would seek to Latonia into the three towns boost Revenue with charges being paid by the by authorizing users. Payroll Deduc the other plan suggests that Tion of state each of the three towns pay for income taxes the Mains through Bond issues. And of levying additional Luke permitted to buy in Cincinnati stores and have their purchases shipped across the River tax free by agreement Ohio and Kentucky might possibly eliminate such tax exemptions but whether they would or not is another question. You can count on it a that Covington and Newport merchants will be in the Vanguard of the fight against a sales tax which they feel would work great harm on themselves and their customers in other words on the areas whole Economy. It it it late news bulletins seventeen subpoenas were issued thursday for witnesses in the City of Covington so Slot machine Quot Case set for dec. 10, in Kenton circuit court. Prosecutor William b. Of Neal asked for the subpoenas. Four persons identified As owners of the devices which were seized by Fri agents in 1952, were among those summoned. They Are John b. Rignel. Elmer Hahn. Ben Keea and John Weisenberger. The City is seeking to be permitted to destroy the 666 Slot machines As contraband under state Law. The slots were escorted in from greater Cincin a can Verenca at the letters fourth Noti Airport and be established Quai meeting. The conference on a truck mounted throne at is composed of All the appellate seventh Street and Madison a judges and commissioners and Avenue. There will be greetings cd a Cut judges for the youngsters from the old other changes in the jury gentleman and Candy canes will a by item recommended by the Council would require that grand and Petit jurors be citizens have one years residence in their county and be at least 21 years old. No period of residence now is specified. Exempt from jury service Only physicians surgeons dentists and attorneys actively engaged in their Profe Anions regularly employed full time members and employee of police Force and fire departments. And school teachers during regular terms of school. A preliminary estimate that Kentucky a general fund income will be $72,000,000 to $75,000,000 a year in the biennium beginning next july 1 was made today by Robert Allphin Warsaw state Revenue commissioner. The estimate that was presented to the pre legislative conference Here waa in striking contrast to the 181,000,000 highly optimistic estimate Given the 1152 general Assembly and waa a Van lower than the $78,000,000 general fund budget for the current fiscal year which had to be trimmed Down by governor Lawrence Wetherby from the $81,000,000 appropriated in 1952, an indication that the genere Assembly which convenes Jan. 5, will have to increase taxes or do some Sharp cutting in appropriations or probably both waa Given in the total of requests made by the various departments of the state and other state agencies including Public schools and higher education. These requests presented by finance commissioner Clifford Barnes wll More Kere $91,718,-300 for the 1954-55 fiscal year ind $92,500,800 for the 1955-56 fiscal year. The general Assembly at its biennial session makes appropriations for the next two fiscal year. Commissioner Allphin told governor Wetherby and Khe member of the Senate and House gathered Here that his preliminary $72,000,000 to $75,000,000 annual general fund income estimate is subject to revision by about the Middle of december. Quot we Are keeping it open because there Are some Uncertain factors at present Quot commissioner Allphin said. A the general fund income Cov exemptions now in erg a i state expenses except for highways. The Constitution provides that All income from the state gasoline tax and other motor vehicle sources which amounts to $55,000,000 annually effect would be removed. Bar the calling of bystander for grand jury duty. Specifically prohibit attorneys and parties in a Case before a jury from talking with its Mem Bers. 7 miners killed be devoted to Highway improve Lexington. Ky., nov. 19�? up a seven persons were killed in mine accidents in october the confiscated by Covington police Kentucky department of mines when they were returned from and minerals reported today. The first legion auxiliary Covington City commissioners and mayor John a Moloney for Park site thursday granted permission for bloc Eftig off Pike Street a of 1 Between Washington Street and Madison Avenue for the Dedi-1 a do nerf a a mph be Street us to of Quot Dav no Rel mayor Boon. Unit american Iff Ion for the a pm As. A a a a Moloney and the commissioners will participate in the Cere auxiliary Florence has adopted of Section i88. They probablysp0ken thousands of times before Mony. A Resolution favouring the Mineral will cd pct big things quickly audiences. Luke who is Para Arthur Kaplan chairman of Springs area of Boone county under a new school fund setup a Zed in Faconi an audience has the Pike Street lighting com who in t in Rodu. The Knon by Bone a Sale which Only a sales tax would pro hot Fard a the preacher Quot Many times Mittee. Said All plans have been a k museum. A purr. And has envied him his speech signatures of mrs. James pet Tuere is evidence that wether Ning ability and apparent mrs. Wit by is opposed to a sales tax at aplomb. Irs. Iva. This Linico if f0r no other reason a Luke War surprised to taxes on Beer Cigar ets and Pari car from the Rcv x Herbert Mutu Els. A Tinsley that he trembles every but All of these sources of in time he faces a crowd to talk Home Are not Likely to provide a preacher for Many years enough to maintain state services As a former state legislator and of recent years and at the same speaker of the Kentucky House t me satisfy school interests which and a present state auditor the or Tinsley probably has casualties for months total 50. Four miners were october 1952, while the total for the corresponding period last year was 80. Completed for a big show in turning on the High intensity lighting system. Heralding the Celebration will be Aerial bomb blasts at five minute intervals starting at a p. M. And martial music preceding the actual ceremony on a platform on Pike Midway Between Madison and Washington. Troy c. Russell president of the Covington Kenton county chamber of Commerce will serve As master of ceremonies for the program scheduled to begin at 6 30 p. M. Actual switching of of the new lights will come at 7 p. M. With mayor Moloney pulling the . In addition to Covington City officials the platform will hold representative of the retail merchants association chamber of Commerce and the Union Light heat a Power co. Russell will introduce Arthur Kaplan former president of the retail merchants association members of the Street lighting a As chairman and Ujj fief no the tit. 1-4a?p am 1utatm��?T _. _. Ham b. Shotwell and mrs Smith were affixed to the resold of the ugh amp a. And mayor Moloney and City officials. Cost of the new equipment and installation was borne by merchants and property owners. It will be transferred to the City and maintained by ugh amp a. Five times greater Lexington warehouses under a Federal ruling which held that u. H. Authorities com not destroy them. Kidney Hahn Kees. Weisen Berger and Mary Weisenberger have been made intervener in the care. Other witnesses subpoenaed include Fri agents rigid Price support a and employees of cafes from Quot Quot 1 a a which the machines were taken. A motion to dismiss the City i action filed on behalf of the owners was overruled tuesday by judge Joseph p. Goodenough in circuit court. A Lexington. Ky., nov. 19 Al pm five Kentucky cities in ments. Allpin said approximately 18.000 householders were visited last week in a door to door checkup on state income tax evaders and that approximately one in 10 of those visited had not paid a state income. He added that As the result of ten the publicity Given the drive that More than 700 persons Paki killed in $17,000 a delinquent taxes before the Revenue departments Field men visited their Homes. It continued on Page 14. Col. 2. Farm body takes new stand on Price Issue than the political one of not Tion stating a we offer our As waning to play into the hands distance in every Way toward a b. Chandler announced that accomplishment and we will anti administration candidate for Contact and consult the Hon governor in 1955. But whether Oracle Alvin Kidwell Sparta administration can keep the. _ ky., for his recommendations in tax advocates from Stam from to Ai thl matter. We desire that a pending the legislature is another from the new lights with Cost copy of this Resolution be sent question no More than the old system. A ques to the honorable Lawrence Madison Avenue merchants Are Wetherby governor of Kentucky expected to be interested on the honorable Alvin Kidwell the lookers since committees have honorable Judae c. L. Cropper of been formed to work toward of Boon county and the Boone tabling the same new lighting to county historical society and be cover Madison Avenue from posted in All the local fifth to eighth streets. A a member of the committee fit ill owl which carried the Pike Street Vulcu project to completion were Kap Morganfield ky., nov. 19 Ian Louis m. Benn Thomas Hill a i pm John h. Dunn Union meanwhile. Though resistance to the sales tax has weakened in some quarters. Kentucky merchants have organized to fight it. The strongest mercantile opposition to such a Levy renters in Kenton and Campbell counties where the stores would be hardest hit from the competitive standpoint. At a recent armistice Day Celebration of Norman Barnes Post american legion the Rev. Or. Tinsley had considerable difficulty in pinning a pest commander s pin on Richard Veeneman. He explained to Luke later that Hia hands were trembling though he had performed this task on Many occasions. Quot the preacher reports that his nervousness vanishes quickly a he launches into his Jug constructed at Markland ind. Tear the dam out on the Luke passes this information Licking River on As a word of encouragement who pays for the Licking to timid souls like himself. River dam who gets Damn ged fir a # i by the Licking River dam dear Luke Heck what brought that up herewith i submit an excellent old Johnny Public he s the Louisville. By. Nov. 19�? up a the Kentucky farm. ,4ca federation reversed its stand on farm Price supports the second population class yesterday but re elected top officier a without opposition have signed contracts for a it voted for rigid Price supports study of police and firemen so i not less than 90 per cent of pension fund system by the parity despite previous stands to Public administration service. The contrary and the present in the cities Are Lexington. Oor sement of flexible supports by Ashland Newport Covington and Owensboro. The Survey will be conducted by a. A. Weinberg. Chicago authority on pensions and retirement systems. The american farm Bureau federation. Dent and e. G. Lamotte Christian county second vice president. New directors elected were Holmes Ellis Murray Henry a a. Cravens Utica Earl Welborn As it is Northern Kentucky plan without Cost of How to Guy that gets All the Nickins and Theodore Gross assisted by town was killed yesterday at the stores sell a certain amount of waste Money when politicians get foolish. Fred Macklin and Joseph Cuni. Near by Uniontown Coal mining merchandise to ohioans who several thousand Yards South John s. Whittle and Cliff Holman of the people Elco. When pinned by a shuttle thu Duck the Buckeye tax. But of the Mouth of the Banklick a s. I like my Toast buttered the or Liberty Bank St Trust co. Or. That in t what would Hurt the Creek build a dam. After the on both aides a the Resolution adopted by the More than 600 voting delegates at the closing session urged the government to lend amounts equating 90 per cent of parity on All crops. The flexible system lets supports very from 90 to 75 per cent of parity in relation to crop surpluses. Re elected without opposition were Burl s. St. Clair Falla of rough president Jack Welch Owen county first vice Presl Quail and Neal Haney Nancy. The delegates passed to the Board of directors the ques tier of who shall be responsible for directing the organizations activities. The 1952 convention voted to have the president direct the work of the executive Secretary. The Resolution introduced yesterday then handed to the Board would have made the Constitution again read that the president advise with the executive Secretary

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