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Cincinnati Kentucky Times Star (Newspaper) - November 23, 1953, Cincinnati, OhioKentucky weather fair monday High 53. Cooler monday night Low 33. Cloudy tuesday High 56 Mondoy november 23, 1953 Kentucky times Star a published As the first Section of the Cincinnati times Start phone he 4320 44 pages c by a no a he ter week owl Bluegrass final p girl infant killed by upheld in circuit court water rate hike fight certain Campbell towns face $165,000 emergency boost More decision of the Franklin circuit court upholding the $115,000 emergency rates granted the Commonwealth water company 608 South it. Thomas Avenue it. Thomas will a taken to the Kentucky court of Appeal., Louia Arnold. Or Gem a who shot himself four Hurt in Bridge crash injures two shooting accidents % John Lovins 55, Newport City attorney of it. Thomas said monday. Saturday judge w. B. Ardery handed Down his judgment sus Taining the increases fixed by Ditl Kilt the Kentucky Public service commission. It the pc acting on the petition fact Lotus 1 o of the Commonwealth for increases totalling $235.000 a year granted emergency increases in August amounting to about 80 per cent of the request. It. Titomas Bellevue Dayton and Ether Campbell county communities receiving water from the company appealed the rate increases to the Franklin circuit court. The original petition for $235,000 increases still pends before the Public service commission. In the stomach while Hunting in Mason county remained in critical condition monday at Hayswood Hospital. Maysville while conditions of two teenage accidental shooting victims were reported fair at Booth Hospital Covington. Ronald Reder 18, son of or. And mrs. Henry Reder jr., Alexandria Pike and Chapman Lane cold Spring received wounds in his left Arm and Chest when the Shotgun of Billy Knock 16, son of Phil Knock cold Spring con Early sunday. Stable discharged As he placed Spencer Heaton the owner r on the ground. The boys were said he and his wife were in the a Spring sat the liquor store Covington police monday sought a Bandit who held up the Quality liquor store and Delicatessen and obtained $141.58 of the water system to Commonwealth by the Union Light. Heat a Power co. A fudge Ardery did not rules re air not Ain the Case attacking the Sale a Valken about 1 described the Bandit As about 30 years of age and pock marked. He said the Man came into the store ordered Cigar ets and then communities ask in the announced it was a Holdup suit that the Sale be set aside. Phe liquor store also was held a represented by it James up on act. 29 and sept. 6 of this Hon two Frankfort a Homey a year police said former employee of the pc. I a Arnold said monday that the us a amp a co. Should have had consideration for the cities by allowing them to Purchase the water system. He denied an assertion by w. R. Mitchell of the Utility that the property had been offered to the cities by the company. Rain brings smiles to fire fighters or associated press urday with Knock Bandit Edward Morris f3, son of Newport patrolman Milton Doc Morris 33 Ohio Avenue was wounded in his left hand saturday when he accidentally discharged his fathers service revolver at the Morris residence. A third Young gunshot victim 14-year-old Danny m o f f i 11, Beechwood Road Kenton county shot himself in the right foot with a .22-caliber Rifle while Hunting near i Home saturday afternoon. He was released after treatment at St. Elizabeth Hospital Covington. Or by associated press ctr a Ort i earner the biggest smiles in Kentucky 7 to re a today belonged to weary for St y ice a resident fire fighters and to Farmers. J7> a. A they reaped prime benefits Newport police chief Glorge. It f aeration yesterday from Rains that soaked Gugel and detective chief Leroy Frankfort. Kyd a nov. 2.1 across the f Derick a gtd Monde to ?.-fr?sht0n in for the first time since an vice is the new president of the emergency was declared sept. 1, Kentucky federation of teach the Forest fire danger was viru. A a x tally removed. The Rains were a a. To. Cute it saturday at termed adequate to soak danger which s convention Ousby dry Trees and Brush. A Ihn ass who hide a Chad to Bacco gr0wer and a Damp the fifth amendment to avoid answering questions on communist party affiliations. Chiefs report no violations weather to condition Burley for stripping and marketing. The word around Lexington a Burley Center was that growers were a making up for lost time with their Rains came too late to replenish Short feed stocks. Burned pastures cannot be brought Back a to top condition. As a result the 45 delegates to the Al unions session said teachers Are bound by their special civic responsibility to answer such queries from qualified authority and that communists should not be allowed to teach. New vice presidents of the farm readers said. Emergency kit include miss Mildred Heip irom the government will Deane Newport miss Ethel b continue to be needed throughout Dupont Louisville mrs. Dorothy the Winter 17 1 t Hall Louisville Howard Jason yesterdays rain measured an r Ltd dig l1oo8p Frankfort and Charles Maine Inch and a half in Louisville and t t y Williamsburg. Named Secretary around one Inch in Bowling in was miss Armah Banks Louis Green Paducah Lexington t rtt tto a re it t a a Villa g. D. Wilson Frankfort Madisonville and Northern Ken Louisville ky., nov. 23 police details under their personal direction checked the City Over the week end for gambling prostitution and closing Law violations. Chief Gugel reported no violations were uncovered despite a some rumours that certain places would attempt to the police chief said special attention was paid to cafes and night clubs for possible failures to heed the 2 a. Closing time sunday. He said All establishments were found to be closed at smashed wreckage following a Semi head on crash Early sunday on veterans memorial fourth Street Bridge is pictured. Car at the was driven toward Covington by Abraham Dixon 41, negro 1057 Clark Street Cincinnati who was fined $100 and costs and recommended for a driving suspension on charges of reckless and Drunken driving. Penalty was assessed by judge a. G. Maybury monday in Newport police court. Two were injured in the Auto below which was driven toward Newport by Thomas Bertke 313 East seventeenth Street Covington Newport police reported. He was uninjured but with him were Mary Cook 18, 317 East seventeenth Street Covington who suffered knee bruises and Donald Hahn 21,1821 Greenup Street Covington who had 12 stitches taken in his right knee and who also suffered face abrasions. Both were treated at Booth Hospital. Officers said Dixon a car swung wide on the curve near the Newport approach to the Span. 2 Covington employees suspended two Covington City employees monday had drawn suspensions following hearings before the City civil service Board. Bernard Fahrendorf Public works employee charged with being absent from duty without leave was ordered suspended for the period of nov. 13-22. He also was placed on probation for one year. George Cunningham Public works truck Driver was Given a five Day Aua pension from employment and a 30-Day suspension from driving a City vehicle. He was charged with incompetency and inefficiency while on duty and negligent destruction of City property. Cunningham was fined $20 in Covington traffic court saturday on an improper driving charge. He filed an Appeal. A City truck driven by Cunningham struck the Auto of Chester Geaslen. Newport an unsuccessful candidate for the Newport City commission at Pike Street and Madison avs nue nov. 13. The charge before the civil service Board stemmed from the truck Auto Accident. The civil service Board comprises Vernor Cottengim Robert Ellison and John Foley. It. Thomas boys find Man dying in Auto Kentucky kernels by Luke Lufberry the proper time in Congo Nance c�ljlr4ist has Bis Mith of embarrassments but Only once in a fortnight of St. With the Law said chief Fredericks a we Drew a Complete Blank in the week end treasurer and Harold Barney Tucky. Ashland sergeant at arms. Driver fined sister of phone co. Officer Dies up it a three spectacular fires in less than two weeks brought a Bon. Warning today from fire pre writing Lale mention Bureau officials that an Friday during arsonist is Loose. Gentle fall they said that whoever pennies from heaven to wit rain a r o p so and stove co. Last with info Days Are they pleasant ones. Our saturday column was doubly fru Stra t e a to Luke a mild discomfiture and considerable Satis fac 18 years was broken. And Lexington got pretty wet even before Nightfall. As us rooters unanimously agree with the backing of statistics the score should have been More lopsided in the big blues favor but the ending of one of the most exciting football games Ever played anywhere left the Kentucky majority of the 36,000 spectators As delighted As they were hoarse and exhausted. Continued on Page 5, col. 5. Cynthiana ky., nov. 23�? pm Ralph f. Shank 45, Detroit mich., died saturday in a local Hospital after suffering a heart attack while driving on High Way 27 near Here. Three youths from it. Thomas in route to the Kentucky ten Nessee football game told officials they noticed the automobile Shank w As driving swerve across the Road and Stop. They said they stopped their vehicle and went Back to investigate and found him unable to ppi&8k. They said he was trying to get some a a pills from his Wallet. They called an ambulance which took him to the Harrison memorial Hospital. Austin death is 17th. A 7 a a 7 v ."77 7 4 7 on Kenton county list Campbell county has 8 a four month old baby died Early monday of injuries sustained in an Auto crash sunday in Southgate which occurred shortly after a fatal two car collision on Dixie Highway in it. Mitchell. Slippery streets which were blamed i for both accidents also caused numerous other traffic mishaps police said. Dead were Joel Bernard Rumker. Son of or. And mrs. Bernard Rumker 545 East second Street. Sliver Grove. Wanda Lee Austin 15, daughter of mrs. Evelyn Austin 50 a Woodlawn Avenue. South it. Mitchell. Acting Kenton county Coroner Robert Dorsey said the Rumker infant succumbed to head injuries at Booth Hospital about 2 a. Monday after he had undergone surgery. Miss Austin a Junior Honor student and member of the Colon Lettes at Dixie Heights High school died of a Skull fracture and internal injuries at St. Elizabeth Hospital sunday about two hours after the crash at 10 35 a. M., the Coroner was informed. Southgate police chief James Carson reported the Rumker infant was injured in a northbound automobile driven by his grandmother. Mrs. Bernadine Rumker 57, of the Silver Grove address which skidded into a southbound car drive by William kidney 53, 24 Leroy court Cincinnati on Alexandria Pike near Beverly Hills country club. Mrs. Rumker who suffered Back injuries and was admitted to Booth Hospital was said to be in fair condition. The baby smother Joann Rumker ii was shaken and sustained minor cats and bruises. Kidney suffered face cuts and Chest injuries and his companion Edwin Ertel 42, 4730 Simpson Avenue Cincinnati had 16 stitch a taken in a right shoulder laceration and also suffered abrasions. Both were removed by it. Thomas life squad to the Hospital where they were dismissed after treatment. The Rumker automobile waa following a car driven by the baby a father an sex service Man who waa discharged from the army at Camp Carton Colo nov. 14. It was not involved in the mishap. The baby was born in Colorado and had Joel Rumker on drunk Chat i d touched off a Blaze at the Koeh services for mrs. May Derrick Ler lumber co. Saturday also 10 we it Iain Quot mat a Fine of $100 and costs was sister of Raymond Weaver a was responsible for fires at the levied against Frank Aelstock it. Thomas vice president of a Louisville tin so stove co last scanning the forecasts we Antic 28, 621 Beech court Covington Cincinnati is suburban Bell Tel thursday and one at a lumber Ipa Ted driving to Lexington in monday in Covington police Ephone co., will be held tues warehouse nov. 10. A Sampish weather and watching court by judge Eugene Benzin Hay at 2 p. At the Dobbling damage at the Campbell site Kentucky Tennessee game Ger on a charge of driving while funeral Home Bellevue. Burial summerhayes warehouse was in at last a drizzle intoxicated. The defendant also will be in Highland cemetery estimated at Between $50 000 and As announced on the p. A. Sys waa recommended for a six it. Mitchell. $60,000, with damage at the stove1 tem at sto11 Field however the month driving suspension. J mrs. Derrick died saturday at patrolman Harold Harney Tes a the Baptist Home fifteenth and titled an Auto operated by Al Home streets South Newport a Tock almost struck a police car she was a member of Calvary at twelfth and Holman streets. Lae Roberts 37, Pike and Lee streets Covington charged with weather was a by special arrangements and the week end Rains were interrupted to provide a perfect Day with Golden skies and company at the same amount. Officials of Koehler lumber were unable to say immediately. What their damage would be. Methodist Church Bellevue and notified that a firebug Wasi suns be cloudless the woman s club Newport. She Joose police chief Carl Heustis Ideal temperatures. ,. ,. Was a resident of Bellevue for 50 imbued orders for All officers to a a a us i conduct was fined ears redouble alertness in the Vicinity but even if the game had a r Stidham besides her brother one leaves of a Jumber Yards cooperage Ben played in a cloudburst the ill six or Broth Velby Rte and other industries Han University of Kentucky fans the court Roberts struck her Dur Orleans la., and Courtney m. Woof products. Would have been Happy. It ing an argument at her Home. Weaver Clearwater fun. A did no Tram. But a dry spell of seventeenth annual affairs Mother of police sergeant passes services for mrs. Emily Ellis 81, Mother of sgt. Vic Ellis of the Covington police Force will be held wednesday at 2 p. At the swindler funeral Home Covington. Burial will be in Highland cemetery it. Mitchell. Mrs. Ellis died sunday at the Home of a son Robert enquirer representative on Burlington Pike near Burlington. Mrs. Ellis was born in Walsall England and came to America about 50 years ago. She had lived in Covington for 50 years until the death of a daughter miss Beatrice Ellis with whom she had been living about a year ago. Her husband William Ellis died in 1933. Sunday school at Madison ave been brought to Northern Ken nue presbyterian Church Cov Tucky by his parents who were in ton police were told. Kuester staying temporarily at the rum and miss Kerlin were admitted Ker residence in Sliver Grove to St. Elizabeth Hospital with Kenton county police reported Ace and Bead Cus and possible miss Austin was a passenger in internal injuries. He was said to a car driven by Terry Kuester 16, 5 Turkey foot Road Edge Wood that collided with a northbound Auto driven by John Tabert Box 109 Diehl Road Cincinnati who was alone and uninjured. Both Drivers were cited to Kenton county court. The Accident happened just South of Dixie Highway and Maple Avenue and South it. Mitchell police chief Russell Tewell assisted officers at the scene with traffic direction. Also in the Kuester Auto was Joan Kerlin 15, 26 Woodlawn Avenue South it. Mitchell and the Trio was returning Home from be in fair condition and miss Kerlin Good. Services for miss Austin will be held wednesday in Alderson w Vagt and friends May Call at Allison so Rose funeral Home Covington tuesday from 2 to 9 p. A member of tri his and future homemakers association at Dixie Heights High school she also leaves a sister Nancy 11, and two grandmothers. Mrs. A. A Markey Meadow Bluff w. Va., and mrs. J. E. Leaf Grassy Meadows w. A. Continued on Page 6. Col 6 late news bulletin a 1948 Model automobile belonging to Paul Southerland. 1214 Vine Street Cincinnati waa found burning late Sun. Day off u. S. 42 Between Florence and Union ky., state police revealed monday. Police believe the Auto was stolen by two youths seen running from the fire scene. They said the youths apparently set the car on fire and deliberately pushed it Over an embankment. Florence Volunteer fire department extinguished the a a 1 Blaze and reported the vehicle 4yt tlckli1 s Zirlot Flor taken lev death 113 masons awarded 32nd degree at dinner one Hundred and thirteen masons received the thirty second degree in Indra consistory scottish rite at the fall reunion of the Covington body which closed saturday she was a member of Keturah night. The four Day meeting started wednesday morning chapter Oes Covington which j 0 will hold services tuesday at 8 p. At the funeral Home. Friends May Call tuesday from �3 to 10 p. Mrs. Ellis is also survived by a third son Percy Pat Ellis Taverier fla., and six grandchildren. At the masonic Temple fourth and Scott streets. Nearly 600 members registered for the reunion with the aggregate attendance at the four dinners exceeding 1,200, Clyde Gosney 33, registration chairman disclosed. About 450 were on hand for the closing banquet saturday night after the thirty second degree was conferred or. Robert m. Sirkle 32 United states in full to show its gratitude for the Aid. Or. Sirkle then spoke on the financial needs still faced in the building of the new scottish rite Temple in Covington at which he Laid the Cornerstone last oct. 18. Motion pictures of the huge Parade and the ceremonies at the childrens Home Charity Ball colourful event symbolic of Young life Bud childrens Home Devou Park i ing tha Home needs. There will Lawrence Michaels . Blemker George n Burger Wil band Jault Hall eight sons. Or. Ding to Flower by the warmth Jim the pm did response to its be a session in the near future Frank c. Scholl or. Glenn o. Liam $ a Burke Ira Cummins Raymond Hall Charles and Ollie invitations to the diner dance. Us we a a a a a a a from charitable hearts were profits go Intro the fund for the Temple site were shown to the services and burial for mrs. W Quot a guests. Livia a. Hall. 75. Mother of dr7kni�ht commander of the court Omer a Stubbs thirty third Raymond Hall Covington opt honour was the principal class director presented the new Cian will be held wednesday at speaker at the banquet and Olin group and introduced the officers. 2 p. At Winchester by. Mrs w. Davis 32 Koch master of John w. Hall Martin ky., had Hall died sunday at her Home on Indra consistory presided. Boen elected president Friday it. Zion Road Devon by. Or Sirkle a address stressed a night. Harlan j. Johnson she is survived by her Hus warning to the new members Georgetown was vice president against ingratitude. A the word Punj g. Burnfin Corbin Secre a ingrate sums up All the mean tary Ashley c. Glenn South Ness in a Man Quot he declared a but Hills treasurer . Ralph a grateful heart is the greatest e. Hiney Pippa pass orator of of All the fast class and . Elmer the speaker immediate past k. Kimweli Walton orator of the grand master of the grand Lodge slow class. Of Kentucky free and accepted the president and two orators masons cited As an instance of spoke briefly about their impress for that purpose. One of the swing. Or. Willard Wade and Edna Currin Charles a a a a a Cincinnati William Lexington. Suggestions for improve or. Helm Woodward Are the a Ernest b. Dunkie Albert a Jame it Winchester Wilson de the flame tipped tapers and Board s activities in supplying men 11 fenced by the Charity other members. Hawes Clifford n Heisel 1. R7von� Shirley Covington and the colourful bouquets carrying ads nth Home for the benefit�111 a a the enu gement of in the officers group of the thick. Tom e. Hill Lee w. Woodrow. Williamsburg a Coio Tui no q y a of the 75 children eared for there the Nursery to provide a play ladies Board of managers Are Hoefinghoff Hubbard Hood. C. Dau8bt�r. Mrs. Henry Hackworth. A he decoration theme. A Candle by an efficient staff of employees area the by Tota there will mrs we Illiam c Sav age first vice j. Hudson. Edwin j. Lagg Clin Winchester two Brothers. Albert a vhf and Flowers a for the headed by or. L. W. Tenner i orb a plans for the Comfort of president mrs. Lawrence i ton Markwell William r Miner Curtis Covington and William b Elf a to f a a superintendent. Tbs children and for special chapels. Second vice president Chester c Moreland John mor Curtis. Salt lick. By. Two Sis ingratitude the biblical Story of sums of the scottish rite degrees seventeenth Aniual Charity Holiday treats. Mrs Frank Richards third vice lids or George Nelson. John Teri Maggie Green win a Christ and the in lepers. After and Hall pledged the class to sex Rall saturday evening a th1 cd Stom the other officers of the Board of president mrs. Earl Rodney Sheoard a j Gav Van Denmark Chester and mrs. Ida Blau Lex Healing them Only one of the amplify scottish masonry in Ball held sat 111na j r Board members work trustees Are or. Albert c. Hawes King recording Secretary mrs. B s Langton 34 r8ndchi,Dren and 17 vice president or. Clifford e. Harold Morrison corresponding in Winkle Frank Weidenkoff great grandchildren. Homan Secretary or. Charles Secretary mrs. John f Stone cd my a Wilson and Marion i friends May Call at the mid a a r Zendorf funeral Home 917 main Street Covington tuesday after in the roof Garden hotel along with or. Tenner or. Fred she a ton Gibson Cincinnati. -22 Moat Gratifying to the Junior chairman of the ladies Board of Covington protestant Board of managers in a terms an yer a a a a a w a a a a a a a i a a in a w a a a a a a 7_ a a Yeti Fra r Feuss treasurer or. James a. Treasurer mrs. Carl Wood Caywood. Or. Williaim c. Hage auditor. Members mesdames Horrar my Tom to Hilt a Stcharles amp Adams John w can cd meted in Page s. Cat 14 3 . 1 lepers thanked the master or. Everyday life. Sirkle recalled. In modern times the class chose to Honor the he said we have the lend lease memory of Walter e. Mill past experience in which Only Fin a master of Indra consistory who land of All the nations benefiting died a year ago by taking the from the or Orara. Repaying the name of the Walt. E. Mill class a .777. A a f

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