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Cincinnati Kentucky Times Star (Newspaper) - November 21, 1953, Cincinnati, OhioOr Kentucky weather t cooler saturday sunday. Occasional rain sunday. High saturday 58&Quot Low Early sunday 34�?T so Turnoy november 21, 1953 a published As ii first Phon. He 4320 times Star Section of the Cincinnati times Start 24 pages Cut Carboco 0<v a Pep were out Blue grass final state Hay buy vote machines condition is critical garage Man is Hunting victim gun is disc Var ged As Newport Hunter climbs Fence in Field condition of John Lovins 55, Newport garage owner who became Northern Kentucky s first Hunting victim Friday was still listed critical saturday at Hayswood Hospital Mays v a a it. Ville. Hospital authorities said he spent a fairly comfortable evening. Lovins a widely known Hunter received a blast in the Abdo men when his automatic Shotgun accidentally discharged As he was a attempting to climb a Fence while Hunting on the farm of Allie Reed Dover ky., about 12 Miles Northwest of Maysville on the opening Day of Kentucky s Hunting season. An emergency operation was performed by or. W. H. Cart Well. Maysville physician shortly after Lovins was removed to the Hospital. Lovins s wife mrs. May Lovins. And his son Bruce hurried to the Maysville Hospital after learning of the Accident. Lovins who operates the Lovins Auto service tenth and Saratoga streets Newport lives in Alexandria. He was on a Hunting party with Eugene Dittoe also of Alexandria and Elmont j. Marois an insurance adjuster 940 North Hill Lane Cincinnati. Dittoe said the Accident occurred about 9 30 a. M., mayor turns on new lights John Lovins 100-foot club boat sinks neither Dittoe or Marois could give an account of the Accident. Ditto said a Lovins was the nearest thing to a proves i signal Hunter i have Ever seen having bagged almost every kind of game Lovins it was recalled saved roller from a commercial the life a a companion five years Barge line Tow Earl it saturday a a when. K,1ied an infuriated smashed a Hole in and Sank the Bear which a ass 100-foot-Long club boat of Jewell a companion who had shot the j yacht club. Dayton ky., Accord a a Hunt no Spedl my to the owner. Jewell Schaef to on a Maine. The Loving mishap marred mayor John j. Moloney is pictured throwing the switch on Covington a new High intensity Street lighting on Pike Street Between Madison Avenue and Washington Street. Others shown at ceremonies Friday night from left Are e. R. Mitchell manager of Union Light heat amp Power co. The mayor City commissioners Harold Swarthout and Ralph Grieme City manager George Schaefer and Arthur Kaplan past president of Covington retail merchants association who presented the new lighting system to the City. Shown at rear Are commissioner Ferd Hofstetter Fred Macklin Covington merchant and Troy Russell chamber of Commerce president who was master of ceremonies. Merchants assessed themselves for the lights gave them to the City and Uhl amp a will maintain the system. Similar lights Are planned for Madison Avenue it the downtown business Section Fer 110 Mary Inglis Highway Dayton by. Schaeffer reported that the Tow beat proceeding up River caused Waves to Bounce him against the Tiver bed smashing a Hole in the club boat s Hull. At. Present Schaeffer said his Craft is about 4 feet 8 inches under water. The River is lapping an otherwise successful statewide opening Day for Hunters in Kentucky. The initial Days average was about five rabbits per Hunter said fish and wildlife resources department spokesmen after Surv eying scattered reports. Hunters saturday pioneers defeat Hebron a grovers sch close victors a j m overcoming an 11-Point halftime deficit. Keeping up with Stiles by Sam v. Stiles Kentucky Lake state Park. Nov. 21�?the grim business of How to pay for what your family needs that he up a a in in Kenton pioneers chalked up their third straight Northern saturday 1 Waii truck four autos in crash three injured none serious at least three persons were injured none seriously Friday night when a truck hauling 1,000 Gallons of water slowed into three halted vehicles on lower River Road at Box 285, West of Bromley assistant fire chief Thomas Smoot reported saturday. Admitted to St. Elizabeth Hospital was mrs. William Etta Greenwood 45. Hebron who suffered a possible left foot fracture and was reported in fair condition. Removed from the scene when Bromley life squad arrived mrs. Greenwood was transported to Ludlow City building and continued her trip to the Hospital in the Ludlow Rescue squad ambulance. Chief Smoot said Bromley firemen treated at the scene t. Lamdon 41, route 1, Burlington. Fer a head Cut and Hla wife for bite of Glaza imbedded in her face. Kenton county police said cars driven by mrs. Greenwood a husband. James Charlee c. Cheek. Ill Oak Street and a pickup truck driven by Lamdon had stepped l As the read the allow another a i Auto to leave a driveway Whan the water truck driven by Frank m. Joseph 1c. Constance. Was unable the Stop and pushed the Light truck against the two ears. The Greenwood were hauling water for their own use and Impact of the crash threw a milk can against mrs. Greenwood s foot according to Earl Aylor Hebron owner of the Tanker truck. Buddy Lonaker 20, 1534 Scott Street. Covington was charged Simon with leaving the scene of an so would lease devices to Countie Campbell interested Frankfort ky., nov. 21�?gov, Wetherby said today that a investigation is being made for the Pur Poao of buying voting machines and leasing them to Iho counties. A we Are exploring the matter and if it is feasible we will ask for legislation to enable us to buy voting machines for such counties whose fiscal courts want them a the governor explained. I a there a no purpose to Force at the main floor of the yacht Nurnberg not seen club he stated. Years said conservation officer schaeffers boat is moored in Pat Curr it. At the District fish water where its Hull is about 1 i and to i Dij a nor�?z7?Aon office Leet from the Bottom. On u. S. 25, near Williamstown. He said about half of All Hunters there May be spectacular my a checked by officers Friday had Al hts in the coming session Over their limit of eight rabbits and a ther issues that will attract jury to probe arson charge three Northern kentuckians charged with setting fire to an prove Ai Eatlo Auto then pushing it Over a Hill. P. A 8. Skyrocket or Fri it ,0&Quot h��?~�?~1wahterv and saturday said de Jlyo a to a a a a a Quot Onaya of a fall had at least some game. Officer Curry a tipped Quot Harrison county As the Best local Bunting grounds. Several Hunters said Friday provided a extremely bad Quot Hunting before showers which started about noon and then conditions Quot in tribute Tate Aid among the More Public attention than the budget question and that May engender some hard feelings. How to Dis under Bonds of $1,500 each when arraigned before judge William e Wehrman in Kenton county court. They waived preliminary examination. Ernest Nickell 28, sonic Home at the losers Hardwood. In oth a local Cage scraps. Covington Catholic won Ita third game by shading holy Croas 54-53. At Covington Florence battered Grant county. 72-64, at Florence and Gallatin county stomped new Haven 87-39, at Warsaw. Covington Coth. 54, holy Cross 53 were out in these Days of High prices was v ,.for several i impressed upon Kentucky Kentucky Hl�h-5ch�o1 by Ketba la Victory by conquering legislators during their pre Hebron cardinals 63-62, Friday night at Independence session conference Here this Silver Grove another North week. Pm Kentucky athletic Confer ence quintet snapped a four game losing Streak with Friday 46 decision Over a elect. Non resident permit Blanks amendment have run out he said. Bas Tea _ in the Legisla a Bah a sugar Quot Robinson dumped in or i v a Torso hands a a. V. Fetuu. To Charity tosses in the final worker injured May be a big Issue As Well As ten seconds to give the Covington an emergency skin graft was How much to increase the present Catholic colonels their 54-53 tri West fourth Street Covington performed for James Collins 40,j$31,000,000 a year. Likely scraps ump Nve t e of Ross in Vas held for investigation on an 309 Milton Street Cincinnati May follow governor Lawrence arson charge. Howard Lindon employee of Liberty Cherry a Wetherby a proposals to put the 21, same address a and a 17-year fruit co., inc., 227 West South Eastern half of the state on East Florence 72, Grant county 64, Florence knights pried the lid off the 1953-54 season Friday night by defeating the Grant county braves 72-64, in their no conference clash at Florence. It marked the first loss in two starts for Grant county. Florence a finalist in last years ninth Region tournament held a slight Lead throughout. Quarter scores were 18-12. 38-28 and 56-44 in favor of the knights. Markesbery and Utz tallied 23 and 22 Points respectively to spark the Florence attack. Smith and Carter each had 11 tallies for the losers. Grant county reserves won 40-28. Hosier Newport after a taxicab operated by Fred Zinke 116 Taylor Avenue Bellevue was struck by a car at 102 Washington Avenue. Zinke said the offending Motorist sped from the scene. He obtained the License number of Chines in addition to getting re any county to buy the machines through the state but simply to enable them to and i have been told that a Good Many counties Are interested Quot he added. Former attorney general a. E. Funk Frankfort attorney said that he la to Confer with Campbell and Kenton county of Octala at 2 p. Tuesday in the Newport Law office of Fred Warren. Campbell county judge elect on the voting machine question. Funk said that Kenton county judge William f. Wehrman. Who was reelected will be there and added he thought several other official from the two counties would attend. A Kenton and Campbell county officials Are greatly interested in the subject and i believe that a number of other counties Ira Quot Funk commented. Governor Wetherby said Funk suggested the plan a Short time ago and that the idea is for the state property and buildings commission to Issue Revenue Bonds and buy the machines and then lease them to the counties. The governor said the Bonds would be liens on the machines until they Are paid off. Funk who represents a voting machine company estimated that the Bonds could be paid off in about 18 years. He and the governor explained that any Purchase of voting machines would be made by calling for bids and w. T. Judy Secretary it the state property and buildings comm Gison said that by purchasing the voting machines in Large numbers he believed the state could get a a substantial reduction in Price Quot compared to what an individual county might pay. The Only Kentucky count la shaving voting machines at present Are Jefferson and Fayette counties which paid about $1,000 per machine but prices have increased sharply since then. At present that state pays one half of the Cost of elections in the counties and Funk said that due to the Large saving in ballot paper and the number of Tabulator that the plan contemplates the states paying 75 per cent of the Cost of voting in counties which adopt the voting machine system. A an advantage of voting a Kentucky kernels Loki to Ball several the car. Later Hosier spotted Lonaker turns tabulated Funk a is that a quickly Quot said recount can be weaving on York Street near made in about 15 minutes by court place with a Flat tire and simply tabulating totals on each one door of his Auto open. When Lonaker was taken into custody a Check revealed his License was the same As that of the Auto Days in the larger counties. Which struck the taxicab. Lon j a ii a Aker is held in lieu of $100 Bond at present each precinct ballot Box has to be counted and a recount May take several by Luke Lufberry Luke is so glad to see and feel and smell rain that a does no to care if it splatters Hui newly washed car on the Way to Lexington saturday and Dampens Lena and himself at the Kentucky Tennessee game. As a matter of fact Luke again d e 1 i b brately qualified As a rain maker by having the family gasoline buggy laundered. Maybe its the Charity Ball of the a Tornlof Board of the Covington protestant children a Home that a the real rain maker. Last november it rained on the Charity after a dry spell of weeks. Householders whose have been cracking Farmers whose Ponds have dried up. Gardens wheat Trees Aad shrubs and lawns have been threatened with extinction and worried conservationists and Hunters probably will agree with the High flown description written by John Bel Lantine Gough in the last Century. Imagine a fellow named Ballantine writing about water it follows a everywhere water is a thing of Beauty gleaming in the Dew drop singing in the summer rain shining in the ice Gem till the leaves All seem to turn to living jewels spreading a Golden veil Over the setting Sun or a White Gauze around the Midnight Luke learns that there a a plan afoot to make voting machines available to,11 the people. The plan avg Jedi solve the problem that cd panties Havo in financing the shift from Hall la to machines. Old Highland Heights youth were Ern Avenue Latonia late Friday pm Standard time and to require charged with being an accessory at St. Elizabeth Hospital at rehabilitation of land after strip before and after the fact. A tenants reported saturday joining of Coal. Police said the Trio set fire to Collins who had Cut the tip from the automobile then pushed it his left Index Finger was Dis Over a Hill. Missed after treatment. 46-Day search s g wife killer eludes police in densely wooded Hills Leitchfield. By. Nov. 21�?up>�?doyle Harts but the vital Issue promises to be the general Assembly decision on How much to trim Down budget request of the state department for education welfare mental health and a score of other services that total far More Money than in sight and How to find additional general fund income to meet demand that the governor and legislators decide. Can to be Cut heavily enough to balance with income in sight Simon Kenton 63, Hebron 62 Bill Faulkner s Pioneer Bot Diane in a Northern Kentucky Catholic league tilt at first District school Covington. Holy Cross was ahead throughout the opening three periods. The indians paced by g. J. The Len and John Isler were in front the Quarter. 31-18 at halftime and 43-43 after three Ted up John crib Ler. Hebron s periods. High scoring Pivot Man in the leading Covington Catholic final a i a they squeezed out a scorers were Van Hoene. 14 Rob one Point decision. Crigler top Mson 13, and Tieman 12. G. J Point producer in the local area Thelen connected for 20 holy Cross tallies. Holy Cross reserves Seal Sale Appeal Sale of Christmas seals Aid in fighting tuberculosis a guff Eilerman president of the Campbell county health and we stare league stated saturday in urging All citizens to buy them Thia sea-1 son. Christmas seals have already Arthur Stewart 49. 109 West been mailed and Eilerman Sug fifth Street Newport had his tested that those who did not gel jaw broken in two places when them through the mail obtain jaw broken he was attacked by two men Early saturday at sixth Street and Central Avenue Newport. Police took him to Booth Hospital Foi treatment and advised him to obtain a warrant for his assailants. Them from the american National Bank seventh and Monmouth streets Newport Bank of Dayton sixth and Mckinney avenues Dayton or at the Newport health office fourth and Columbia streets Newport. Sound educational system won 37-36. Gallatin county 87, new Haven 39 4i-Pdfnt output by Ray Woodland hideaway remained impregnable today even from am th<>8� who Dodge Theira we we a a i j1. Against states a loopers disguised As partners. Present taxes the possibility of e Cau a last year pitched in 17 Points in the opening half and was held to a dozen tallies in the final two periods. The invading Hebron Crew piled up a 19-8 Quarter Edge and went on to hold a 38-27 halftime margin. Simon Kenton whittled redoubled efforts to collect t utss�?Tw�ez�47-�?or quoth Quot a for 46 Days now the 38-ye.r-old accused wife Kmer a a a a it Quot Ltd a a it has kept his distance from officers trying All tricks to a the for. The senators and Howell now has 94 Points in track him left for their re me this season. Corer witha Ohr in a Ute Lea in the troopers in overalls have a Homes Friday after three Days 11clal, county was a Heads Arkins been successful in Small measure out in the Home Hart left after of informal discussion. 1,-8 at the j7?1 i Glenn Clarks ton with they have been Able to deter-1 his wife was slain oct 7 Hart Tim and 54�?�30 at the the a Clarkston with 23 markers mine for example that Hart is did no to return. Then they toured legislation to require pm Quarter Stop. Judge was High for and to and re Buon with 16 still in hiding in the densely two of the Farmers children p1�� How out it Ute income new Haven with 13�?T wooded Hills. And they know through the area in a sound tax of their employees. They he has new clothes. Truck with the children begging do to Federal income taxes was slav to Grovel 47, ,. Over loudspeakers for their father Dia caused a let a the Revenue de a a a u state police commissioner to give up apartment reported a sampling Mas folic Hill Al 46 Charles Oldham said one of the Algo 10 m 0 Earl Etc pro Ming of Ita House to House canvass for Tom Gabbard it t ,. Disguised trooper potted Harl Hartjr trial War or. The income tax dodgers indicated Siva 0mvt broke thief worn fld against drinking loot Covington police saturday issued a warning to the thief who stole a bag of groceries from an Auto parked at eighth and Washington streets Between 8 and 11 p. M., Friday. George Granger 317 Union Street Bellevue reported the theft to police. He informed it. Maurice Vandt of Covington that the grocery bag had contained a half pint whisky Ideus i deadlyvpoiion�?T1um Cut in Frankfort by. Nov. 21-w-Kentucky needs an so. If the culprit decides to adept Date teacher tenure Law to provide Job Security de take a drink from the half pint clares an official of the american federation of teachers bottle it May be his last one. A miss Mary r. Wheeler Oak Park 111., vice president of Granger explained that ten 4 a a a drops of the liquid in that bottle would be sufficient to kill the Drinker in five seconds. The Bellevue Man said he used the sodium cyanide in his business and was carrying it with him to be checked by a chemist. Union official asks Job Security for teachers the Al Union said in an address prepared for the federation of the Kentucky of couple killed v a. Leitchfield. Ky., nov. 21�? Simon Kenton reserves won the up a or. William Patterson and prelim 5 k28. Wife of Union City tenn., a were killed yesterday when their Auto skidded into a Bridge near Here during a rain. The couple was in route to today a Ken Auto victim cuts and bruises on the face the Nigga sea 5 i wearing new overalls. Is no spent Day new shoes la wit10ut Pucce the officers have banked on Russellville ky., nov. 21, opening four games. Police said the car was being cold weather and Rains to flush a it pm police reported obie Dyer the winning Basket was a cored driven by Douglas . 41 the Farmer but he continues to Proctor 71 year old Logan coun by Ray Reinert in the closing sixteenth Street Newport who a rt8��. Tar Farmer was shot to Dath see ends. The grovers trailed 7-6,/ley took the boy to Speers hos before trying the hayseed rfcs this could go on indefinitely a Thun play during an apparent21-14 and 39-28 at the Quarter Paul where he was released Ruise the troopers tried hid in comm is Oner que beam Aalde attempt he lived alon�4stop�. A matter Tucky Tennessee game at Lex season As they edged masonic Street. Newport late a Friday prints indicate he has obtained cent need in Page 2. Cell Home 47-46 Friday night at when he ran into the Side of an Louisville. The trains lost their Uton a Home. I in Koffino a a a k at a r m i y5 t acc it t if f f 1 w it a at it a a a t a a f so tatting two and two together the investigators feel sure Hart is being helped by his friends. Treatment. J go to Church Kenton county listening peat committee says a Many Hare found by humbly waiting Upen god the dark night Perea and the Joyful morning to Hureh. Annual convention teachers today a the right of teachers to be 1 Given a permanent Job after a that requires an orderly and fair reasonable probationary period method of dismissal Quot she added and be retained in that Job upon rendering satisfactory service is the court of appeals held Basic to a sound education sys last it ear Diat teachers in Ken Tom. The Only Way tenure can Tucky a common school system be provided is by adequate state Ven though qualified do not Law. The need for such a Law automatically get continuing con in Kentucky is very tracts assuring them of Job a she said Job curly is Iju be court said they must by along with higher recommended by their school superintendent and then actually sign such contracts with their education Board. Many teachers had thought they had tenure automatically getting continuing contracts without actually signing them. The federation is advocating passage of a Law by tha 1954 legislature to put qualified teachers a on tenure automatically if it employed at the Cloae of a trial period said miss Ethel b. Dupont Louisville state Feder salaries to staff Kentucky Public schools adequately. Job insecurity and Low pay she a Aid. Are responsible for an exodus of teachers for other employment. Miss Wheeler said school administrators and boards frequently object to granting teacher tenure on grounds it is impossible to discharge a poor teacher on tenure. A Uthia a fallacious because one of the most important aspects of any tenure Law is tha provision nation president

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