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Cincinnati Kentucky Times Star (Newspaper) - November 26, 1953, Cincinnati, OhioKentucky weather Cloudy Windy possibly Snow flurries. High thursday 38� Low about 30 Olow Friday 28�, Cloudy with Snow. Thursday november 26, 1953 Kentucky times Star a published As the first Section of the Cincinnati times Start Bluegrass final phone he 4320 80 pages 5c St Carrikk week 30c King and Queen a or gun a a % Tom of Ltd f a i g a it a i ? if. A i i i ski. A a a. I i # my / a a of crowned King and Queen of the fall festival held by ninth District school Pat Covington were Dennis Lovell son of or. And mrs. H. A. Lovell of West thirty fourth Street and Jean Eckler daughter of or. And mrs. Ralph Eckler of Iowa Avenue Latonia. They received the Honor for Selling the largest number of tickets for the event. Dennis sold 191, and Jean 347. The total number sold by the entire school group was 7,000. Stapleton opposes state Purchase plan for voting machines any plan to involve the state of Kentucky in the Purchase of voting machines for county use will be opposed by senator Paul Stapleton of it. Thomas. A i believe in voting machines i 1 1 Quot. But i also believe that each Sivility of the local citizenry a county should Purchase its own a Stapleton concluded. I Funk has said he authorized and through its own fiscal Agen Bill for state Purchase of by a Stapleton declared Early the machines but disclaimed Covington and Erlanger 5 officials in water talk Kentucky kernels it is a Day thursday. Discussing the pm iwo int proposed by a. E. Funk a attorney general of Kentucky which is said to have the approval of governor Lawrence Wetherby the it. Thomas legislator foresees a losses in Money both to the state to counties with sound finances and the taxpayers in Stapleton also expressed suspicion of the Bond issues to be floated by the state to Purchase voting machines in Quantity. A there Are too Many drains for Bond Issue Money to float Down a he pointed out. Under the plan outlined by Funk the state would Purchase 3,000 of the machines then rent them to the counties at $100 per year per each. It would require 18 years for the county to become owners of the machines through the payments. Stapleton foresees counties with limited need for the machines and also a limited tax duplicate with which to pay for them obtaining machines and defaulting the payments. A what will happen a he questioned. A the taxpayers throughout the state will foot the Bill a he answered. A i cannot support such a plan a he declared and then proposed a to give counties More Home Rule taxing authority to Purchase voting machines and sound form of manager government for a the state is becoming involved in too Many propositions which should be the sole respond any interest other than modernization and savings to the state through their use. Local g. I. Witness in army trial san Francisco nov. 26�? up a an army Cook from Florida was convicted yesterday by a court martial Board of offering for a Price to keep soldiers from being sent to the far East. The Board sentenced corp. Don Bustamente 26, to a year in an army prison total forfeiture of pay and a bad conduct discharge. Bustamente has a wife and child living in Everglades Fla. The principal prosecution witness pvt. Herschel e. Lawson 21, of Covington ky., testified he gave Bustamente $200 for which the Florida Soldier promised to take his name off a list of soldiers scheduled to go to Japan and Korea. Al locals form Union federation Louisville ky., nov. 2��? pm Sam Ezelle Secretary treasurer of the Kentucky federation of labor said a federation of Al unions is being formed at Bowling Green by 11 locals there. Ezelle said he expects the Al to Issue a charter for the group in about two weeks and that the participating unions represent approximately 600 workers. Five pie from rabies Rabid Squirrel Fox bite two persons state reports Louisville ky., nov. 26�? pm a state health department official has disclosed that a pet Squirrel and a for which bit kentuckians recently were found infected with rabies. The Squirrel bite victim was Bruce Wayne Staples 6, of Hubbardsville Henderson county. The Fox bit Terry Fowler of Gracey Christian county. Or. U. Pentti Kokko director by Luke Lufberry you be probably read it before but in Luke a opinion Henry Ward Beecher a thoughts on thanksgiving Day deserve pondering each year at this time. He wrote a thanksgiving Day is the one National festival which turns on Home life. It is not a Day of e c c 1 e s i a tical saints. It is not a National anniversary. It is not a Day celebrating a religious event. It is a Day of nature. A. Of thanksgiving for the years history and it must Pivot on the household. A typical thanksgiving dinner represents everything that has grown in All the summer fit to make glad the heart of Man. It is not a riotous feast. It is a table piled High among the group of rollicking Young and the sober Joy of the old with the treasures of the growing year accepted with rejoicings and interchange of Many festivities As a Token of gratitude to almighty god. A remember gods Bounty in the year. String the pearls of his favor. Hide the dark parti except so far As they am breaking out in Light give this one Day to thanks to Joy to gratitude a a a a Reading of the death in Florida of John de Price former Covin tonian and retired Engineer for the a. At n., recalled to Chester Geaslen that Price and several other Railroad men were walking about Corbin ay., one night stretching their legs preparatory to turning in. A carnival was in Progress and trumpets attracted them to a Booth where a Barker was on the dist Ottona of Blue by a prize boar on exhibit inside a Only 50 cents to see Blue boy a shouted the Hawker turning to Price. A How about you mister a Price declined and the Barker snorted a what kind of Man Are you that you spend 50 cents to see Blue boy done to you work a a yes in a a Railroad a then what do you do with your Money a a i use it to take care of my a How Large is your family a demanded the carnival Man. A a in be got 12 children a replied Price. The Barker gave a gasp then turned to the crowd. A step aside a he said a and let this Man into the tent. I want Blue boy to see Geaslen says the Story has been told and retold up and Down the l. A Continued on Paga i col. A prison term for burglar Robert Daniels 35, Newport was sentenced to three years in the la Grange by reformatory by a jury in Campbell circuit court late wednesday on a charge of breaking and entering. The jury deliberated almost two hours before returning a guilty verdict. Daniels who admitted he served time on a manslaughter charge was indicted by the october grand jury in breaking into the Widrig drug store eighth and York streets Newport last August. Loot taken in the burglary consisted of $40 in change postage Stamps and playing cards William j. Wise Commonwealth attorney said. Henry Eichler. 67, Newport who also faced the same charge in connection with the same Case pleaded guilty and was sentenced to two years in prison by judge Ray l. Murphy. Pleading guilty to a charge of assault and Battery. Or. Robert Hoy 42, Newport physician was fined $500 and costs by judge Murphy upon recommendation of Commonwealth attorney Wise. The complaint was filed by Dorsey Spincer Newport who said the alleged offence occurred in the physicians office. Home for thanksgiving Lawrence Hook 33, 314 forty first Street Covington a polio victim since sep tember 1952, arrived Home this week from warm Springs foundation in Georgia. He was met at the greater Cincinnati Airport by his family Velmor Cottengim Kentucky counties get drought Aid seven new ones added to list Washington nov. 2��? a a Kentucky today had 77 of its 120 counties designated As drought disaster areas. Seven counties were added to the list for Federal Aid senator John Sherman Cooper r., by announced. Earlier the agriculture department announced it was extending for a full year a statewide emergency loan program that was scheduled to expire dec. 31. Farmers throughout Kentucky now May apply for the Low interest Long term Loans any time up to dec. 31, 1954. The lean program and the disaster area designation for counties Are Twe separate Aid programs and have no direct connection. The seven new disaster counties Coopers office said Art Anderson Bracken Fleming Jefferson Lee Magoffin and Trimble. Original authority for the Dis Aster area program comas from the president who designated Kentucky a disaster state and authorized Secretary of agriculture Benson to pick specific drought hit counties to participate. The presidential program pro Vidas for direct government to Farmer Sale of surplus feed at Low Cost government payment of Grain shipping costs and other direct assistance. The local found expenses to Al Foi and from chairman of the Kenton county polio foundation and Harold Connelly funeral director who provided an ambulance to take him Home. In the above photo from in left Are mrs. Lawrence Hook two year old Kathy Larry and to puny four years Vuk Vou Beer Keg roped u. S. To seek away after four Day stay Lexington ky., Nev. 26�?the Beer barrel that the University of Kentucky waited it years the get a emblematic of a football Victory Over the Tennee eee Tola stayed Here Only four Days someone roiled it Sway from the equipment room at memorial coliseum. The a a crime was reported last night to a Lexington newspaper by a caller who Iden fled himself so the a Avo school officials said the Keg Napper either sawed or used but ters to break the Chain which secured the top part of the equipment room door to gain Entrance to the room where the barrel was stored. The phantom left the following poem printed in Pencil on toilet paper on the door ledge. A not is the phantom strikes Agson a the mighty wildcats of Kentucky a who should feel mighty. Lucky a at the idea of shafting Tennessee a because the game was won by the referee. A so Send old Hardy Back to it. A and what do you think to will see a but the cherished Kog from where it ought to be. A while a for the Keg we shall return it a when the a almighty wildcats really Tarn it a quarterback Bob Hardy mentioned in the poem engineered the wildcats As they dubbed the Vole 27-21, last saturday Here. The Story of How the Beer Keg was whisked away was reported later from Knoxville where a group of Tennessee fraternity boys exhibited the barrel to a newspaper reporter without identifying themselves. Losing As us alumni the Tennessee students explained they gained the Confidence of the janitor la the equipment room and. With a borrowed pair of Belt cutters snipped the Chain to the door. They said they had talked for about 36 seconds with Adolph Rupp Kentucky basketball coach before rolling out the Keg. Exhibition Grid tilt Sot thursday Heidell shall of Covington will meet the Whitlow Hawks a Cincinnati negro team. In a exhibit football game at 2 36 p. M. Thursday at coving ten Ball Park. The Heidel eleven is a member of the greater Cincinnati Feldhans 145-Pound league. The loan program is wholly a department of agriculture operation. The department on its own authority determines eligible areas and mikes the emergency Loans for farm opera pumping station etc., fenners Home Miles of Mains wet Foft Dixie town is seeking better service two plans for providing residents of Erlanger with an adequate Supply of water were discussed at a meeting of Covington and Erlanger official in the office of mayor John j. Moloney Covington it was reported thursday. No definite action on either plan was decided upon. Additional meetings Are to be held in the near future to attempt to arrive at a solution. Both proposals discussed have been mentioned previously. One cells for Erlanger to remain in Kenton county water District 1, with the District improving Sta pumps Mains and storage tanks to provide sufficient service. The other plan Calls for in Langer to Purchase its water directly from Covington. Kenton county water District 1 currently buys its water from Covington and resells it to Erlanger attending the meeting in addition to Mayer Moloney were Ceuta ton City manager George Schaefer commissioner Ferd Hofstetter and Robert Fischer. Superintendent of waterworks. Present from or Langer wore mayor o. K. Price City attorney Ervin Bramlage James lox jr., Heril Engineer for the City and John Smith chairman of the Erlanger water committee. Mayor Price end others in the Erlanger group brought Forward the possibility of the City buying water directly from Covington. They indicated that if the system of water District 1 is renovated they might choose to remain within the District. The Erlanger officials took a dim View of the District s plan to erect a Licking River dam for its water source. They expressed the opinion the Cost of the dam station Eton a and flu make Tho a the Loans carry 3 per cent interest. Of Arnutt in eligible areas must show they Are unable to obtain credit from Noh Federal sources. Death for Nax Slayer of . Louisville by. Nov. 26�? up a the death penalty will be asked for a 24-year-old fort Knox Soldier accused of killing a fellow i As he slept. U. S. District attorney j. Leonard Walker made the statement yesterday after Kenneth Cornett of Datha ky., pleaded innocent to a murder charge in Federal court. Cornett is accused of shooting corp. Darrell Norris 21, Jam port mo., in a third armoured division Barracks on oct. 3. Norris died instantly of a Shotgun blast in the Temple. Cornett was indicted in Bowling Green on a charge of murder on a government reservation. Assistant District attorney Charles Wood said that under new regulations the army Haa no Jura diction in a Case of murder on a government reservation. Vic president chairman of meet of the departments division of communicable disease control said details were lacking about the Fox bite but he believed it occurred last week. Tests on the Heads of both animals were conducted at the department laboratories Here. Young Staples was bitten in october and the Squirrel died 17 Days later. The boy subsequently was Given anti rabies shots. Rabies is commonly carried by dogs and transmitted to humans through the bite of an infected dog but Many other warm blooded animals can carry the disease. A Logan county woman plod earlier this year when mutilated by a Rabid mule. The health department said five others have died of rabies in Kentucky in the past 12 months. One was Temple Lewis Iii 4, of Louisville. Largely As a result of the Lewis death the Board of aldermen voted tuesday to make rabies vaccination of dogs compulsory in the City. Several groups Are backing a move the require vaccination throughout the state. 1954 Auto tags Blue and White Kentucky a License plate slogan a tour Kentucky a will appear on state Auto tags again in 1954, according to Vivian d. Corbly National adjutant of disabled american veterans the organization distributing 30,000,000 License plate replicas for key rings. M Corbly said Kentucky s 1954 plates will Bear Blue numerals on a White background opposite of the 1953 tags. Fire victim in poor condition Veteran police character and narcotic suspect who was burned in a Are in his room at 411 Greenup Street Covington nov. 5, was still listed As poor by Booth Hospital attendants thursday. Smith suffered third degree bums on his body in the Blaze which was believed caused by smoking in bed. When found he had five $100 the Rev. John f. Murphy up Are a i Tizy president of Villa Madonna col Houk Lyric Niers lege Covington will preside As r6cc1v6 Iliew chairman at the annual meeting t Tiki Neriki or m of the Southern regional unit Lix Noton ky., nov. 2� and uni Verity d�p.. Prot but a Lino of $100 sch menu in ton a Catholic were Given two University of educational association. The aes Kentucky football players in Sion will be held at Memphis Lexington police court yester tenn., monday Day. Sister Irmina o. S. B., Regia halfback Joe Platt 22, was tray of the College and sister i Camilla c. D. P., Dean of women also will attend the meeting. Sister Camilla will participate in a panel discussion at the gathering i while in Memphis All three also1 will attend the annual meeting of the Southern association of colleges and secondary schools scheduled for dec. 1-4. Judgments Frankfort ky., nov. 26�? pm the state of Kentucky today obtained judgments against 42 persons charged with owing Back income taxes totalling 64.834. The judgment in Franklin circuit court ranged in aise from $7 the 9661. The largest was against Wilton Fulard Covington. Others amounting the $100 or More included James f. Jackson Blue Diamond $254 Charles a. Brown executor of Effle Baldwin estate Henderson $126 William Byrd Benham $107 Marvin Ashby Henderson $216. George Trimborn Henderson $272 Robert Thomson mad Ison Ville $235 Gene and Audrey Plaggenburg Ludlow $292 Joan Ann Pfetzer Covington $107 Malla Mccown Dunham $106 James f. Jackson Blue Diamond $254. Taylor d. Fraley Ashland $202 Ellis Daniels Ashland $112 Melvin and Edith Crowe Winchester $168 Verda Cornett Hazard $166 Astor Comba Blue Diamond $178 Regie Centrell Praise $137, and d. A. Calfee Cumberland $101, Cage scores Newport Catholic 61, Simon Kenton 55. Florence 50, Falmouth 43. Lafayette 63, Fleming county 42. Cost of water too costly the new system is to Cost More than $2,000,000. Last week Erlanger officials prope eed a meeting with the Covington officials and county judge William e. Wehrman the die Una the water problem. It waa reported judge Wehr Meta who has expressed his support for the new county water system declined to attend the meeting. In the plan to buy water from Covington a new water main would be installed directly from that City to Erlanger. The main could serve Elsmere and Florence As Well As Erlanger. Covington Man in weapons charge a Man registered As Oral d. Brown 31, 1320 Scott Street Covington was arrested by police of that City late wednesday after two other men accused him of pulling a gun on them in Butch a cafe fourth and Scott streets. Brown waa charged with flourishing a deadly weapon. Charles Gates jr., Box 33, Erlanger and Frank Wittenbach 69 Latonia Terrace accused Brown of waving the gun at them. When police arrived at the cafe a bartender turned ver to them a Nickel plated revolver which had been taken from Brown. Camera stolen Robert water 820 Perry Street Covington reported to Covington police late wednesday theft of a movie c a. A and Flash camera from his Auto Wetue it was parked at third Ltd Green up streets. Waters edited the articles at $135. Sticky a we was fined for driving while drunk and guard Neil Lowry 21, was lined for breach of the peace. Both pleaded guilty through counsel. A breach of the peace charge against Platt and a charge both tangled with the arresting officer after Platte a car Side swiped one driven by a patrolman in route to work. Gop candidate recount Winner Hartford ky., nov. Jgr of. A circuit court officials said a Hills taped to his Abdomen and. _. Had a bottle containing Quarter a pub Oan won the Grain morphine Tablet strapped Ohio county judge s race on the Between his legs. Of a recount of ballots in an assortment of empty medi the november 3 election Cine bottles Pill boxes and pre the tabulation gave Embry Ascriptions for various types of the incumbent 3,610 votes against drugs also were found in his 3,591 for Jack Ward Democrat room along with hypodermic the recount waa ordered after Needles spoons and Medicine the election ended in a tie with droppers police reported. Both men receiving 3,593 votes. / wheelbarrow rim blamed for death Williamsburg by. Nov. 26�? of a a Blowout on a wheelbarrow resulted in the death of a service station oper Ben f. Caddell. 64. Killed instantly when a rim flew apart and struck him in the face and Chest is is removed the wheelbarrows to and tube to repair a leak. Deputy Cormier j. H. Moses said the rim. Held together by rivets snapped when the tubs a tear out. Turkey football offered As thanksgiving special by the associated press the thanksgiving Day menu in Kentucky today read like that for most of the nation Turkey and fixings and then football. All state and Federal offices including courts were closed As were business houses. Schools and colleges reopen monday. For working among those working were police firemen Public Utility employees restaurant and hotel workers. Louisville a garbage eluding two St Louisville. One was the traditional male is. Manual Battle the other pitted Central against Memphis Booker collectors also were on duty since t. Washington. The rest of the it was one of their regular paid schedule holidays. Works director Herman t. Meiners said a missed Day would result in overtime anyway and this Way there be any collection delay. High school football fans had yesterday but it their Choice of seven fees in lie provide a vhf Bowling Green at Russellville. Owensboro at Henderson. Hopkinsville at Madisonville. Mayfield at Paducah Tilghm Morganfield at Sturgis. Some Snow fell in Louisville a a t enough jiving

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