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Cincinnati Kentucky Times Star (Newspaper) - November 24, 1953, Cincinnati, OhioAlston Montreal royals new dodger Pilot see Story Page 1, Cincinnati Section Kentucky weather Light showers tuesday High 56�. Low Early wednesday 35�-40% High near 50�. Tuesday november 24, 1953 Kentucky times Star a published As the first w Section the Cincinnati times Start Bluegrass final phone he 4320 38 pages Ca by Carrier Orvy do per week a Juc healthy financial picture painted by Covington a mayor a ten month financial statement tuesday showed that Covington was approximately $50,000 a a better off than during the first ten months last year mayor John j. Moloney said. Figures in a statement prepared by the mayor disclosed that the City collected $2,229,500 in the first ten months 1953, which is $132,003 More than during the same period last year. A expenditures were $2,041,678 my m this year some $82,267 above the Kentucky kernels lure by Luke Lufberry the Sweet music Chimes spreading Over Devou Park Ludlow Park Hills Kenton Hills and n e i g h b Oring areas May cause some Folk to wonder if there in t an angelic visitation unless they hear this e x p 1 a nation. As a matter fact that solution be too far wrong. The source the Chimes is the Covington protestant children a Home and it All started last summer when some the youngsters were out Riding with . And mrs. L. W. Tenner a a father and a a Mother the Home. After seeing a Church Lawn fete in passing the children decided to stage a similar party for the Home. Their summer hours were Busy As the boys built Bird houses and feeding stations the girls sewed aprons and potted geraniums and As rehearsals went for a Home Talent show. The Lawn fete was sept. 2, and the Public responded generously. The children were delighted with their fond and they wanted to do something a a big for the Home. Somebody was inspired to suggest Chimes and Chimes were purchased. With the help an electrician who donated time and material their installation was completed saturday. I sunday was the first concert and curious residents from a wide area started telephoning. From now there will be seasonal music and a half hour Vesper service sundays. The gentle chiming will he the children a permanent thanksgiving for their kind friends. Continued Page 4. Col. 1 hearing set for Caveman a hearing to show cause Why the drink licenses Bert Hyams operator a cafe at 33 East fifth Street Covington should not be revoked will be held at h a. Friday before Bernard Grimm Covington alcoholic beverage administrator. The complaint against the cafe operator was filed by police chief John Bornhorn who said police had received numerous complaints fights in the cafe and other disturbances there. This is the first such hearing Grimm has held since he succeeded Joseph Brink former City commissioner who was named to the Post after he was Defeated for re election. Grimm is also City License inspector. Ten months amount in 1952, giving the City $49,736 More than during the previous year for ten months. Mayor Moloney said the City thus far has collected 87 per cent its anticipated Revenue for the first ten months this year As compared with 86 per cent for a like period 1952. A a we have expended 83 per cent the budgeted expense for this same ten month period while in 1952, 83 per cent the budget had been exhausted this Date a the mayor said. The statement in part reads a after collections the first 10 months 1952, the City would Hye had to collect $357,755.11 to meet the anticipated receipts while $308,072.94, $49,682.17 less has to be collected to meet the same goal in a like period in 1953. A however the City will expend $420,256.28 in the remaining two months 1953, As compared to $393,959.79 in 1952. Expenditures for the remainder 1953 will be $26,296.49 in excess the same two months 1952. A there Are some interesting conclusions to be drawn from the breakdown some receipts while the anticipated income from current real estate personal property and franchise taxes was estimated to be $16,196.17 in excess 1952, to have in 1958, collected $59,499.94 More in the first 10 months this year than in lift. We Are grateful to Ofaf taxpayers for paying so promptly. A License fees Are up $2,402.29, parking meter receipts up $6,798.65 and Auto License up $8,097.35, Over the 10-month period 1952. This is a reflection a combination Enrose ment and general co operation the part the Public in general. Police court fines Are $2,797.50 less for the first 10 months 1953 As compared to the sem period in 1952. This is the Best reflection we have enforcement and citizen co operation less people Are violating Laws and traffic regulations. A however the last few weeks have shown a marked increase in collisions. While nothing serious has developed to Date it has accounted for a Large amount property damage and could if allowed to continue cause death to motorists pedestrians. A number these collisions have involved our own City trucks. City employment carries no dispensation in traffic violations and the police should be called in these As Well As All other traffic accidents. A i have suggested to the City manager that he Confer with the chief police to see if increased enforcement will not bring about a reduction Campbell jury May get election irregularities Quot a Dpi a i i a a citizens Holdup victim stabbed a Holdup Man who stabbed and robbed a Covington Motorist after commandeering the letters Auto was being sought tuesday by Covington and Newport police. The victim identified himself at Covington Headquarters Early tuesday As Charles Hicks 302 West sixth Street. He said the Bandit jumped into his Auto at the Covington end the state Highway Bridge produced a knife and told him to drive to Newport. When the ear reached fifth Street in Newport the robber demanded a leks a Billfold. Hicks said he feared his Auto would be stolen so when to surrendered the Billfold containing 82 he grabbed the ignition keys and his assailant Cut him both arms with Tho knife. The Covington Man said he escaped and when he returned a Short time later the Bandit was gone. Hicks said he had some other Money him but the robber did not know it. Hicks was treated at Booth Hospital. Stores to open at night dec., 11 John Schultz president the Newport retail merchants association said Newport retail stores will remain open nights until 9 p. From dec. 11 to dec. 23 for Christmas shopping. The stores will close thursday dec. 24, at 6 p. Big toy collection in Bromley Bromley Volunteer firemen will help a emr. And mrs. Santa clause saturday. A emr. And mrs. Santa clause a Are course . And mrs. George Steinford Covington who have become justly famous in their annual Christmas toy repair and distribution program for youngsters who otherwise might not receive gifts. Fire chief Walter g. Armour announced tuesday that blowing the fire Siren saturday at 1 p. Will Herald a toy collection in Bromley. After the Siren sounds fire trucks will cover All the City he added. Chief Armour reminded Bromley residents that toys to be donated May be any condition because they will be repaired first class. He urged that playthings be left porches sidewalks. A if anyone has toys they wish to donate but misses our saturday collection we will accept them at the fire House a the chief stated. There is a special need this Olls in any condition chief Armour added. Sorority to dedicate a legislation driving proposed new vaccine James Lang to direct Campbell polio drive James Lang president the tri City broadcasting co., operators radio station Wop Newport will head the 1954 a March dimes Campaign annual fund raising drive the Campbell county chapter the National foundation for infantile paralysis. Announcement the selection and acceptance by Lang came foundation Headquarters for fur-1 tuesday from magistrate Joseph ther re search and Relief to Epi Export who will Demic area where they arise continue As chairman the according to Meier Basil Meier jr., Newport As w Oak ii chapter. Lang was named at a co Star president Thelt a monday night meeting Chap a Donaj foundation has issued a ter officials and workers. F statement that a series sex the 1954 Campaign gets under Hau Stive tests the new vaccine has proved it absolutely Safe. The vaccine is to be further Way officially Jan. 2, Meier noted. He said needs the National foundation for 1954 have been set at $75,940,000. Of that figure $26,006,000 will be used in furthering the polio vaccine and Gamma globulin program aimed at preventing the disease. Meier noted that As in the past half the funds collected in the drive will remain Here for Relief in Campbell county. The re finder goes to Tho National f tested for effectiveness in 1954, according to the National Headquarters. In a gradually expanding program More than 200 counties throughout the United states will be involved. A Many As 25 counties May be under tests simultaneously. It is expected that from 500,000 to 1,-000,000 children will receive the vaccine and Basic results will not be known until some time in 195% a to a bulletins aboard the general m. Patrick and the James Hara and Docking at 8eattle tuesday and wednesday Are servicemen from Northern Kentucky returning from the far East. On the list Are a sgt. Millard Brewer Newport airman Robert f. Chappie and corp. Clarence Robinson Covington Harold Dunaway. Maysville airman Harold b. Schirmer Carrollton pfc Dona a b. Corals. Carrollton airman Charles d. Dowd Berry corp. Charles 8. Miller Florence. The Patrick will Dock tuesday and the Hara w wednesday. Frankfort by. Nov. 24 a the first test Case to determine whether retailers can take Telephone orders for Beer and deliver it to Homes which have charge accounts was filed in circuit court Here. The suit was filed by Cleta Roppel operator Rop Pei a Market in Louisville. To claimed the stats Aleo Hollo beverage control Board has deprived him Selling Beer in this manner and alleged there is nothing in the statutes to prohibit it. Assistant attorney general William f. Simpson gave an opinion last october to Raymond c. Stephenson a Louisville attorney that Beer retailers can legally deliver Beer. Abb chairman Guy Shearer refused to change the boards ruling that such sales Are illegal. Commenting Roppelt a suit today. Shearer officers Upsilon Kappa Psi women a social sorority at Covington a Northern Center University Kentucky Are pictured As they plan dedication a citizenship plaque sunday at 3 p. In the music room the third floor first District school sixth and Scott streets. From left Are front Row miss Pauline Laycock vice president miss Jacquelyn Mcneese president find him Janet Chandler Secretary. Standing Are miss Alma Lemaster program director and Claire Mccann treasurer. The plaque presentation will be made to director Thomas l. Hankins at a Tea to which students faculty and friends a re invited. Each year the name the student citizenship award Winner will b e inscribed the Tablet. A two Point legislative program to reduce the traffic Accident rate in Kentucky was revealed tuesday by the mayor s traffic safety advisory committee . Covington. The advisory group s legislative committee met with local state representatives and senators monday night in Covington and discussed 1. A Law creating presumption intoxication for motorists. 2. A Law getting up a system Points that Drivers would accumulate by convictions which would eventually Lead to driving suspensions. William Neal legislative committee chairman and Covington police court prosecutor said the first measure would protect innocent Drivers suspected being intoxicated and help convict guilty ones. The Law would provide for tests blood breath urine to determine Tho amount Alp hol in a drive Are a system. A Motorist with less than o .9 per cent Reading would to considered sober. One with a Reading be tymm j and .19 would to con 1 Al cad Only if other factors pointed to his being drunk. A Reading Ovar .15 would to sufficient in itself for conviction said Neal. Checked balloting alleged a a irregularities it the november election in Newport and Campbell county May be placed before the next county grand jury it was reported from reliable sources tuesday. Since the election it hat been rumoured that representative civic group have found conditions which will be called to the attention the grand jurors. Bus Auto involved in crash Dixie. A two Sparta by men were described in fair condition tuesday at St. Elizabeth Hospital after they were injured monday night Dixie Highway when a Southeastern greyhound bus reportedly slowed into their Auto which had stopped for a traffic signal at Orchard Road. The Accident was investigated by Kenton county police but chief Carl Mershon stated he would not reveal an Accident reports contents. Earlier assistant chief Villiam Goetz was contacted at county police Headquarters and refused to read the report referring the matter to the chief. Goetz said he was acting orders from the chief. Victims were listed As James Magee 34, who suffered a possible Back injury a Scalp Cut and bruises and Harry Lee Sullivan. 22, possible hip and Back injuries. Both also were in Shock and were admitted for observation. From other sources it was reported the bus hurled the car for More than 200 feet and the big vehicle reportedly skidded More than 60 feet before the Impact. No bus passengers were reported in tired and the Driver the car identified As Edgar stall Warsaw apparently was uninjured. Driver the bus was identified As e. Hardin Georgetown Road near Lexington. A Covington boy 7, and a 14-year-old Cincinnati youth were injured in Covington traffic mishaps late monday police reported. Kenneth Unkraut 802 Craig Street suffered a Cut his right hand when struck by an Auto at 255 Pike Street and was taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital for treatment. The Driver Wilbur g. Cason 30, 616 Philadelphia Street Covington was exonerated by witnesses officers stated. Thanksgiving services set in two counties schedule Community thanksgiving services for Covington and Kenton county was announced wednesday by the Rev. Duke Payne chairman the spiritual life and evangelism department the Kenton county protestant association. Jury to probe morals charge Charles Johnson 37, r. A Miamitown o., tuesday was held Tor grand jury investigation by judge Alfred g. Maybury in Newport police court a statutory charge. His Bond was fixed at $2,500. Johnson was arrested late monday in an East third Street Newport Rooming House with a 17-year-old Chattanooga tenn., girl. The father the girl swore to the warrant. A charge contributing to juvenile delinquency against Johnson was referred to Campbell county court. Fri agents Are also investigating the Case. Johnson denied the charges. Detective chief Leroy Fredericks and detectives Willard Malden and William Livingston who arrested Johnson said they Learned he came to Newport with the girl from Tennessee. Youth suspected in $16 theft William Fairman 520 nineteenth Street Covington reported to police monday night the theft $15 in quarters and three Rolls pennies from his Home earlier in the Day. A neighbor told officers she saw a youth about 12 years age use a ladder to climb through a window at the fair Man residence about 4 p. The fill no a boy left through a Kitchen door v.1u1ic later she said. Under the Point system each time a Driver is convicted some traffic Law infraction corresponding Points would be entered his record at Frankfort. When Points reached a certain amount the Driver would receive a letter warning him to be More careful further accumulation. After the letter if a Driver received a certain number Points he would be subject to a hearing suspension driving rights. It also was suggested the state Institute an automobile inspection statute designed to eliminate unfit vehicles from Kentucky a highways. Attending the meeting were Carl Ruh Kenton county senator elect James a. Dressman sixtieth District representative John Day fifty eighth District representative elect Ross Acra advisory committee chairman Richard heavy Green line safety Counselor and Edgar Arnett Erlanger Elsmere school District superintendent. Brinkman wins Day Ion recount a recount the votes in the Dayton City treasurer race in the election nov. 3 showed tuesday Ernest Brinkman was elected to the office. Brinkman garnered 464 votes in the recount to 434 for a. Art Schroder. Schroder had filed the petition asking for the recount. Brinkman won by 34 votes in the initial tabulation the votes. The local action follow an associated Presa report from Nicholasville ky., tuesday that 35 Persona most them election officials were indicted by the jessamine county grand jury monday charges irregularities during the nov. 3 election. The 22 indictments ranged from charges illegally receiving votes from unqualified persons to illegally applying for ballots. Those indicted and tha charges Pete Fletcher Clyde Hayden and s. T. House All election officers illegally receiving votes unqualified voters. Vernon Burton in Dunn Ralph Wilson and Walter Livingston 11 election officers unlawfully and wilfully etching secondary stubs from ballots. It Albert Deen Mann a Quinnett Clark Overstreet b. Bonta David Crouse mrs. Nelson Blackford Norton Fitch Christine Bee Knell Clarence Becknell Vernon Burton Ike Dunn Ralph Wilson f. W. White w. T. Parks and b. F. Manley illegally receiving votes unlawful voters. Thomas Lee unlawful electioneering. Brice Burton Vernon Johnson Fred Baker j. Robb r. L. Bronaugh Cecil Womack mrs n. Womack Clifford Woods . Clifford Woods Charles e. Glass John b. Woods Aliene e. Burton Eugene Burton and Geneva Burton illegally applying for voting ballots. Downtown Covington first presbyterian Church 10 a. M., with the Rev. Bruce Weatherly Rector Trinity episcopal Church speaker. The Rev. Harold r. Lutz Host pastor will preside. Mid town Covington Madison Avenue presbyterian Church 10 a. M., with the Rev. Charles Garringer pastor Southside Baptist Church speaker. The Rev. John d. Astles Host pastor will preside. Latonia St. Mark evangelical Church 8 30 a. M., with the Rev. Robert Baldridge pastor first methodist evangelical Church Latonia speaker. The Rev. Frank c. Scholl Host pastor will preside. It. Mitchell Immanuel methodist Church 10 a. M., with the Rev. Harold e. Kochs pastor Zion lutheran Church Park Hills speaker. The Rev. James the weekly Chest clinic sponsored by the Campbell county Public health and welfare league will be held wednesday from 1.30 to 3 30 p. In room 201, finance building Newport. The clinic was originally scheduled Lor thursday but was moved up due to the thanksgiving Holiday. Santa due in Covington Santa clauses arrival in Northern Kentucky is scheduled for Friday at 6 30 p. When he will be welcomed at seventh Street and Madison Avenue by mayor John j. Moloney and City commissioners. Santa will come into the City a decorated float from the greater Cincinnati Airport where he is scheduled to arrive by Piane from the North pole. His visit is being sponsored by the Covington retail merchants association. Candy will be distributed to children after Santa is welcomed by the City fathers. An association spokesman said the matter How late stores will remain open for Christmas shopping is being left to the individual merchant. Some indicated they would begin keeping their stores open at night dec. 16. Shepherd Host pastor will pre Ai a Dnieper funeral airf#1 Home is in charge arrange Covington Man is stricken clumps v. Keyer 46, 811 Greenup Street Covington suffered a fatal heart attack in his sleep Early tuesday Robert c. Dorsey acting Kenton county Coroner reported. Meyer vol. Taylor a great grand Node a was found by his wife Quot. He is reported to have been an employee the Newport corp., Wilder division. Educator Dies Richmond ky., nov. 24�? up a a. H. Brock 83, former Eastern state College faculty member died yesterday. He also had served As City school superintendent Here and As county superintendent. Side. Crescent Springs Crescent Springs presbyterian Church 10 a. M., with the pastor the Rev. Donald Hopkins presiding and speaking. Erlanger Erlanger methodist Church 10 a. M., with the Rev. J. Walter Koon pastor Erlanger Church god speaker. The Rev. John Tilton Host pastor will preside and be assisted by the Rev. W. Douglas Larson pastor Faith lutheran Church Erlanger. Offerings will be divided Between the week Day school ments. Kin Newport founder sex big four official Dies hearing set Frankfort. By. Nov. 24�? up a the Public service com services for Brent Arnold 72, retired big four Railroad official and great grandson James Taylor who founded the City Newport in 1794, will be held wednesday at 2 p. Minion he ruled. Church 318 but fourth Street. . Buriel dec. 15 the Maysville water,wl11 in Evergreen cemetery Southgate. request for a $23,300 a year j Arnold who died sunday at rate hike. The company says the Asheville n. C., after a lengthy increase is needed to meet higher niness was a native Cincin opt inc and to five it. A a a a j0 n d a h fair investment return. I _ four Railroad Here now a part Ludlow. Ludlow Christian Church 10 a. A. With the Rev. Sol a his we said a a we la fight them but la speaker. The Rev. F. Ralph Mil the Ler Host pastor will preside. Citation. Continued Page i col 1 it. I a f a a i the new York Central system Motel a incr uses following his graduation from the Morgantown. By. Nov. 24 a a 3�,h.tti 1 d Scle Tulc my my. Hubert Kir no. 40. School at in 1903. Manager and co owner Fleseri he Rose to division freight hotel died yesterday at Louisville after undergoing surgery pm i a gent in Cincinnati and in 1917 a was transferred to Louisville its r v met in a similar capacity with Tho rail line. To retired in 198j� and continued his Homo there. Arnold a father Brent Arnold was head the Cincinnati division l. Amp n. Railroad for Many years. His Mother mrs. Elizabeth Arnold was a granddaughter Taylor who came from Virginia to found Newport. The Taylor Homestead is located at 335 third Street Newport

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