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Cincinnati Kentucky Times Star (Newspaper) - November 28, 1953, Cincinnati, OhioKentucky weather Cloudy saturday High in a 40s. Cold saturday night Low 20� to 25�. Warmer sunday saturday nov mar 28, 1953 Kentucky times Star a published at tha first w a action tha Cincinnati times Star a phone he 4320 i24 pages 5c by Carrier be were. 30c Bluegrass final . 1 bus Mars safety record Newport i wins 53-43 v. 0 in opener wildcats top Hebron sch conquers Walton Newport Public wildcats made their debut the 1953-54 nigh school basketball season a successful one with Friday nights 53-43 Conquest the Hebron cardinals at Newport. The Stan Arnzen coached wildcats were in front at All Quarter poles. Covington catholics once-1 beaten colonels chalked up their were ahead 49-20 at halftime and fourth straight decision by con 70-25 after three periods. The Walton Vivona g. J. Thelen poured 24 Points Board Back to Zero a the Quot a through the hoops for holy Cross. Bearcats 55-48, Friday night at other leading Indian scorers first District school Covington. Were John Isler 16 Don Ives in Ether Northern Kentucky hoop outings holy Cross Indiana rolled Over Ohio military 87-so, at Latonia and Burlington eagles dropped a 66-60 tilt to Gallatin county wildcats at Burlington. Defending regional Champion Newport Catholic seeks its second win the Campaign saturday night when it meets Batavia o., at Newport. Defeat from the Gallatin county Newport Public 53, a wildcats in their no conference u l is clash Friday night at Burlington. Habron 43 _ trailing throughout the Burl sparked by Larry Redmond in ton Crew was behind 22-1�at and Gary Rawe the Wildcat 12, and Dennie Ives 10. Sharron netted eight Points for the ohioans. Holy Cross reserves took the prelim 51-26. A Gallatin county 66, Burlington 60 despite Warren shorty Ryle a 36-Point output the Burlington eagles took a 66-60 widow May serve in Jailer Post Warren to fill Pretot vacancy indications were saturday that mrs Pearl Pretot widow Campbell county Jailer Edward Pretot who took i own life thursday night will Serva As county Jailer for the remainder this year and that Campbell county judge elect Fred m. Warred will name Pretot s successor after officially taking Over As county judge. County judge a Stanley c. Moebus said he would Confer fatal mishap ends 491 deathless Day string in Covington Covington a longest string deathless traffic Day �?491�?saturday had come to an end. The skein was snapped Friday night when a Rose Dale Green line bus struck and killed a 48-year-old Covington Man in front 3807 Church Street police reported. The previous traffic record was 348. Acting Coroner Robert Dor so y Kenton county identified the victim so Cecil Paul Voes 07 West fourth Street a Louisville a Nashville Railroad machinist Helper. Voe who suffered a crushed Skull a broken jaw and body abrasions. Was pronounced dead arrival at St. Elisabeth Hospital. Police were notified at 7 16 p. Madison Avenue the injured were listed As mrs. Nellie Evans. 53, 3 East fourth Street Covington and her two grandsons Michael Evans 3, and Anthony Evans 5, both 31 West fourth Street. Police identified the Driver is Charles r. Hetzel 23, 610 Laurel Street Ludlow charged with failure to yield the right Way to pedestrians. The Auto driven by Hetzl struck the pedestrians As he made a left turn into Madison Avenue a technical charge manslaughter was placed against the after driving West fourth with Warren members fiscal a a a a Street. Police were told another court and other republics r Oln fourth St flee holders before arriving at a West eleventh Sheet Jad obstructed hts View. Pretot a present term i Covington. Covington police chief John Bornhorn hangs a Quot the traffic department a sign at seventh Street and Madison Avenue saturday while it. Jess Sanders head the traffic safety Bureau holds the replaced numerals 491, which were the number traffic deathless Days the City enjoyed until Friday night. Baske Teers jumped into a 12-11 command after the first Quarter in their meeting with the Boone county conference champions. John Crigler Hebron a Sharp shooting Pivot Man connected for seven Cardinal tallies in the opening chapter. Six Points piece by Redmond and raw moved the new porters into a 31-20 halftime margin. The wildcats continued to Lead 42-31 at the three Quarter Stop. Top Newport Point make is were Redmond 15 Rawe 13, and de Huffman 12. Crigler was the game s Reading scorer with 22 markers. Newport Kittens took the opening tilt 53-15. 9 Covington Cath. 55, Walton Verona 49 behind 20-5 at the Quarter Art Bohmann a Covington Catholic colonels turned the steam the Quarter 39-26 at halftime and 56-38 at the three Quarter pole. Howell was Gallatin county Stop scorer with 32 Points. Gallatin county reserves took the opener 47-30. Butler 69, Silver Grove 45 butlers bobcats ran their wifi Streak to four straight games with Friday nights 24-Point Triumph Over the Silver Grove big trains at Butler. The bobcats were in the Lead throughout the contest. Quarter scores were 16-10, 39-27 and 51-32 in butlers favor. Virgil Butler sparked the Bobcat offence with 27 tallies and a a Doc Antrobus collected 17 More. T. J. Goodwin was Silver Groves leading scorer with 11 markers. Special teaching in Covington Cooper a efforts Fiill tobacco acreage allotment slashed decision. As Jailer would have expired feb. 4. He had been re elected t6 the Post for a four year term which waa to Hava started that Date. The new Jailer appointed by Warren would serve until the next state and county election. Scheduled for november 1955. It was ported out saturday that mrs. Pretot has a son and son in Law who could reside with Herf cell and daughter in the apartment adjoining the building at Alexandria. Mrs. Evans suffered injuries to Voss boarded the bus at fourth i a right wrist and left ribs and Street and Madison Avenue which incidentally was the location tha last traffic fatality in Covington. At that time a Green line Bua struck and killed a woman pedestrian july 23, 1952. A fourth and Madison also figured in an Auto Accident Friday night in which three pedestrians were injured police pm Wing Zermuhlen told traffic sgt. Ralph Bosse that four jail five in sengers. Including Voss the Ian gated from the in at thirty the children escaped with minor cuts. All were treated at Booth Hospital then released. Bromley Man wife injured the special education program in Covington schools was outlined by superintendent Glenn swing Friday night an other a to in the final three periods to hand the Walton Verona bearcats a six Point setback Friday night at Covington. Bake Sale at paced by a a sugar Robinson and Roger Tieman Covington Catholic out pointed the visitors 21-13 in the second period to Cut the deficit to 33-26 at halftime. The colonels forged ahead 45-41 after three periods. Tieman was the High Covington Catholic scorer wifi 16 tallies followed by Robinson 14,. _ and Hoene 13. Smith and building Boone and Harris Bromley Church the brotherhood in Symuel reformed Church Bromley ky., will sponsor a Home bake Sale saturday dec. 5, from 6 to 8 p. M., in the new sunday school Ryan Buck eted 13 and 12 Points respectively for the Boone coun trans. Walton Varona won 41-39.streets. \ the brotherhood is staging the reserves Affa r t rai5e fund for boy scout troop 23, sponsored by the holy Cross 87, Ohio military 30 m pit no u�.�/39-l� Adge in the opening eight minutes the indians holy Cro continued their scoring spurt in the final three quarters to Batter Ohio military by an 87-30 count Friday night at Latonia. The Laton ians i winning their first game the season Church. Women the Church have been asked to assist by providing some Good Home baked goods for the Sale. Wicca routine and Brief meeting the City a Board education. The program superintendent swing explained saturday embraces instruction handicapped slow learning children the deaf and hard hearing crippled children and the a who rebound a including pupils usually in classes but incapacitated by 11-Lnesa accidents. Handicapped youngsters Are instructed by mrs. Ivy m. White it third District school and mrs. Blanche g. Hill a Lincoln Grant school. Miss Evelyn Marshall teaches deaf and hard hearing pupils and misses Margaret oel Rich and Jarette Downey Are assigned to the Kenton Boone Opportunity school for crippled children according to the superintendent. Youngsters confined to their Homes Are coached and tutored to Kupp up with their classes superintendent swing said. Visiting their Homes full time is miss Sallie Bell assisted by John agree a half time basis he added. The superintendent also informed the Board about group piano teaching provided by two teachers in a fee basis with facilities made available in the schools. Mrs. Rome Wigger and miss Louise Ryder conduct lessons currently for 182 pupils he stated. Family could adequately handle eighth and Church streets the jail officials said. W Tel a Bromley couple was injured. Washington nov. 28�? a the agriculture department has informed Kentucky growers their acreage ear Burley fire cured Iii Iii it ii Iii Iii Ike i it an at tha a a me tha department bobsled acreage for flue cured production in the victim left by the front door the husband severely when their serve fax for pr.,, a pm k. Old the a 5? Delv let Uto Mobus into a a titty services for Pretot will be closed the door when those get aka let _ Ual monday at 10 . In Alexandria Ting off were in the Clear end a Block from funeral Home followed by inter started the bus. The victim a a ment in Alexandria cemetery. Walked into the Side the be friends May Call at the funeral Hiele As the vehicle pulled away. Home 6n Washington Avenue sunday after 3 . 1 Tui Driver said Whan be he he Grid by Tucky Farmers tobacco a Reed a untouched. Waid l Pretot Newport a three Sisters mrs. To Tierese Meyer Bellevue miss Margaret Pretot Elsmere and mrs. Harriet Tell Ford Cincinnati and three Brothers. Albert and Ernest Pretot both Newport and George. T. A i a Coopers office said the senator Virginias. Carolinas Georgia and anted out serious droughts Florida and Ord Arad Lar Acra have Caud Low dark to a age quota for Virginia Sun Bacco surpluses Are Moally held cured tobacco. Over from -1951 crops and Are Pretot Burley was reduced from 432. Generally lower Grade tobacco i a 750 acres this year to 395,500 in and acreage quotas for air cured 1954 fire cured from 57.000 to tobacco Are too Low already from 50.500 acres and air cured from Many Small growers. 26.500 to 20,700 acres. The 1954 quotas compared with the department hiked acreage this years production respect for flue cured from 1.044,500 to telvely included 1,057,000 and for Virginia Sun cured from 4,935 to 6,130. Shortly before the departments senator John Sherman Cooperr. By appealed to Secretary agriculture Benson to leave Ken Burley 526.000,000 and 574,-000,000 pounds flue cured 1,325,-000,000 and 1,252,000,000 Fine cured 50,400,000 and 51,252,000 dark air cured 24,200,000 and 28,520,000, and Virginia Sun cured 6,257,000 and 3,400,000. Go to cry Rich Kenton entity listening Diin profi wit committee Days a the who Oella Kors a Ioctl Ilmi to committees Post says he is too Busy to Pray. Is busier than god to uld have him be.�? to Church Tennessee has barrel us students plan to regain Beer Keg Joseph b. Buenger it. Thomas president tha Kentucky Bankers association saturday announced the appointments seven Northern kentuckians to various committee the organization. The appointments included Harry Humpert president first National Bank Covington to Trust committee August Eiler keeping up with Stiles civic program report meet in it. Thomas us be c limping a their Home Early saturday mar. Shal Clyde Bourdess reported. Carl Une 26, 111 pleasent Street waa described in serious condition at St. Elizabeth Tyx about 1 80 a. With a possible Skull fracture and multiple Ruta and bruises. Hia wife Elaine 26, sustained a left shoulder fracture so he stopped immediately. The right rear dual wheels passed Over the victims a head police said. 171# acting Coroner returned a ,. Verdict accidental death. He and we ,8ld t0 Good con revealed also that the victims edition. Right Side had been taped up Bromley life squad under prior to the Accident. Rire chief Walter g. Armour it identify Catton the victim was m0ved both to the Hospital after a t working to free Lane who was Saai v. Suu. Custodian will be restored to its Home. A a in s original purpose a lounge room for ladies. J % one the most complicated jobs about the renovation work will be tearing out the 1910 plumbing and electric wiring. Some it is inside the Walls and that has Long been Rah Sid ered dangerous. In order to facilitate the air conditioning ceilings will be lowered about two three feet in nearly All the rooms. The contract Calls for pipes and wires to the Telephone outlets to be placed Between the original ceiling and the a false Selling a with a Hatch doors to make them easily accessible for de by Vossos stepdaughter 3 s. Evelyn Crowell 446 Palace venue Elsmere and by a Friend Charles a. Hayden 1922 Pearl Street Covington. At Trot police Wera unable to identify the victim through papers cards. A note they found contained the name Friend. However a note found Keport from committee and i a a in wort for mfr ume Pat vim i to. A a a i filth a Luloh by s Friend etl it Thoma with cd Whan bad a a a a a t 80r�?~,n �?��?~.lt0nth.mcuv . Crowell vo., i. Iii Ldina old ,e8v� we wow and tw0 win info a sons one a recent army inductee. Winz no chairman. Funeral arrangements were be i a heard will be reports the j completed by Hugenberg a Learned the lanes were a com Survey nominating and Wel Glinc Meyer funeral Home Cov primed by a party friends in other cars and he was investigating a report that Lane had attempted to pass one the group the inside immediately before the Accident. A 19-year-old Boone count Ian Ray Schultz route 1, Petersburg was reported in Good condition saturday at St. Elizabeth Hospital after his car left the Road Calhoun ky., nov. 28�?<jp when struck by a truck in the Between Limaburg and Airport Charles Montgomery one time 900 Block Philadelphia Street Road in Boone county attend sheriff county court clerk and Roc Orde showed. Lants reported. He suffered a in the automobile mishap Fri severe laceration Over his left unconscious and wedged in the car. A door had to be forced open to release the victim chief Armour stated. Westbound Pike Street the lanes hit a wooden pole at the intersection pleasant Street marshal Bourdess stated. Lane a member the Volunteer fire department who was Del Vlnar could not a questioned but his wife told firemen that their Auto had struck a wet spot in the Street. The Bromley marshal said to Covington recently was cited nationally in magazines for its Day night at fourth Street and a Eye and other face cuts. A by Sam v. Stiles9 coming committees traffic com Jungton Frankfort ky., nov 28�?work a tart during the Mission United nations meeting and Highway dedication. Play coming week a Complete rearranging and renovation the ground development will be Dis Folkes in the state Capitol that will include air conditioning. Cussed and City attorney Louis safety record no traffic a. ,. Arnold will report the water Talithea in the 50,060 population the agriculture and education department already have controversy. Class in More than 450 Days. Been moved to the new state office building in North Frank j the third last fatality occurred fort despite their protests in order to provide More room in tap a in lev no no 1 in Ovington aprl1 21� 1952, the crowded capital. V. Or inc set use when boy waa fatally injured when the $1,740,900 renovation a a a Job has been completed in about a Rotunda and the first floor a year and a halt the. Third floor county led a Quot Quot a a a a will be devoted to the general As Sembly its agencies and the press room. The second floor will be Given Over to the court appeals and the governors offices will be moved the rear the first floor. Sharing it with him will . S. Claus in Covington Man executive vice president _ the american National Bank Secretary state auditor repaint and changes. Lexington ky., nov. 28�? amp a a mass attack was Newport to instalment loan attorney general and adjutant planned last night by University Kentucky students in an1 a a Smittee Howard Gosney �ener�1 t a the Colht the Reno All out Effort to regain the stolen Beer barrel which was p,t<2 % who , wiring necessary for an taken by Tennessee students last wednesday night. The plan banking Ommittee h a Olry a i have been occupied by the Edu electric Wing device in the attack was not announced. Cashier came Bell county cation department workers will House representatives Cham the famed barrel emblematic a Bank Bellevue to jurisprudence get a new flooring and tiled Walla Ber will be Victory in the Kentucky ten h. L. Donovan president the i committee Orie s. Ware director to will House the custodian a �.�1a Nessee football game was stolen University Kentucky said he first National Bank a Truat ice the plumbing car entering eel years such a do ice Toj peed from a storage room the uni hoped the students go. Co., Covington to jurisprudence and electrical shops and still y varsity Kentucky Campus. Through with their plans and sex i committee a. B. Renneker presi have storage room. However if the barrel is re pressed Hope that the Tennessee Dent Peoples Bank Burlington turned Over the week end Noth fans would return the barrel. He to jurisprudence committee h. R. Inf further will come the described it As a a Good Hensley executive vice president Issue students said. A group students yesterday a a cased the Tennessee Campus to a get the Lay the land a in the event they have to go through with their planned to Haslop. The barrel was Given to Kentucky students last saturday following the 27-21 Victory the wildcats scored Over the Vola. Vol students claim pie touch another University official is a a a Thomas Bank to admit in favor starting another bar stance committee Central states Rel with last saturday s score school banking at Rutgers As the beginning. S. A. Boles us athletic director when the trophy was inaugurated Bald the theft was the first in the rivalry to his j knowledge. A usually the losing Side la Content with the knowledge they Stu get a crack at it the next University. Fire in school Park Hills Volunteer firemen responded to a Small Blaze in the new addition to the Park Hills school at the end old state Road Friday. The Blaze which was apparently caused by a Boles said he thought the Keg Down that decided the game was Naping was inspired by the Cap j painters Torch burned some illegal in that Bob Hardy a knee Turton last week the naval framework around the ins uial was the ground when he Academy a Goat Mascot by West pitched out to Ralph Paolone Point cadets. A a it a something like who scored the touchdown. A panty raid a a added. Tion one the Walls the new building. Chief Frank Dreyer said. Damage was Light. Completed in lilt at a Cost $, Kentucky scape Tol hag Little no work Dono h until i years ago when 968,044 was spent in replacing its dome which for years had been in a dangerous condition. Last summer the outside including the Leaky roof was repaired at a Cost $425,444. The work included repaving the Broad Terrace that surrounds the buckling. Cleaning its Limestone Walls with a mixture Sand and Oil gave them the fresh look the Limestone Cape Tol Annex at the rear which waa completed in 1952. And the 1956 general Assembly is expected to put it in. The 38 senators have never evinced an interest in the device since their comparatively Small number enables them to vote by a a Aye and a a nay without delay. Renovation the building will be carried out under three contracts general construction work Hargett construction co., Lexington $808,077 plumbing heat ing and air conditioning William Hepburn a co., Lexington $766,- 898, and electrical work James e. Smith co., Louisville. $165,929. The first work will be tearing out old plumbing and wiring in the now vacant offices the education department. No work tourists visiting the Capitol will be done the third floor will and for the first time a com until after the general Assembly plete information Bureau located ends its session next March. Old Santa Clau kept his Promise to Covington youngsters As he set up shop in the City sold Market Square seventh Street and Madison Avenue Friday night. He a shown above passing out Candy to a s mall army Little believers. The turnout was so Good it took a Covington police officer to keep Mem coming one at a time and sgt Victor Ellis is pictured at e extreme left. Or. Claus was flown into town by special arrangement with Covington retail merchants association. ,

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