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Cincinnati Kentucky Times Star (Newspaper) - November 28, 1953, Cincinnati, OhioC a min t. I _.i�?-�?.u.,a it i if .a. A ,__.�?. _ 4p wire photos a stage and screen a comics i int is is a r tin i i t u a it it 1� n w 114th year no. 285 saturday november 28, 1953 �3 phone cd 1700 Lmh Vuk Garretson Joseph Garretson the town crier tune in Garretson and the new 5 p. Monday through Friday ips.4/. Today a column is addressed to program chairmen whose lot is not a Happy one. These ladies and gentlemen whose responsibility it is to come up with speakers for luncheon clubs Pat meetings Church groups or any other organizations whose members supposed to want to hear somebody spout off Are often so desperate for Talent that they inflict speakers on their Long suffering associates who have no More business on a speaking platform that i have Hunting grizzlies in the Rocky mountains. Some of these program chairmen have been so hard pressed they be even asked me to speak i done to do it. A. Therefore i have two suggestions 1 a film called a that tre deaf May speak and 2 the Miami University speakers Bureau. A several weeks ago at a luncheon of the Certoma club i saw this movie on How the deaf Are taught to talk. It la movie 16-Lnm. In full color. It guns 40 ref Clits and i can guar Antee that have no particular interest in Titbit the deaf will find it absorbing by interesting in fact it will probably be most interesting to those who know nothing about the deaf because it will open their eyes to a lot of things. It was produced at the Lexington school for the deaf new York which is one of the Best schools for the deaf in the country. This film is in Cincinnati now and will be Here for a Little while longer and then it will be brought Back Jan. 14 and will remain in Cincinnati until feb. 28. There a no charge of course for the film and booking dates can be arranged by calling s. K. Foster at Dunbar 4081. A the Miami University speakers Bureau has about 50 Young men and women it is prepared to Send anywhere within 50 Miles of Oxford at the drop of a hat. This service really should have been publicized at the Start of the University year but there Are still about seven hard months ahead for program chairmen so perhaps the information will still be helpful. When i attended Miami University never mind when if we had one foreign student in school he or she was a Novelty. Now Miami has them from All Over the world. Would you like to hear a talk on China Lebanon. Denmark or Brazil Well Miami has someone from All of those countries and Many others too who Are trained to talk on their feet and who can give you an interesting <15 minutes. A or perhaps you would like to hear a College students opinion of the Kinsey reports. Miami has a Young Chap named George Leasure who is prepared to handle that topic. At a matter of fact tha Miami speakers Bureau can fur Nib speakers on just about any Toff a that comes to mind. You can write the Bureau 196, Benton Hall Oxford 0.r�?~ or Telephone Tom 1 �/5u t0 5 p m weekday or 3-54 it it a sunbi�y�?T8 birth Libr Jfrancis r. Ari John e. Busse m. R. Greiser Albert f. Groenke j. D. Healey jr., Robert e. Kramig j. L. Ortner or. Joseph p. Evans Virginia c. Kenney George Huglow Clara Ferguson r. J. Keckritz Eric l. Schulte and Edna Muhlberg. Mondays birthdays de Mischler Ralph e. Cors James j. Burke Lawrence b. Kuhlman mrs. Ira Stevens Max Hirsch John a. Lanni Max Rogers and Howard e. Waldo. Jwta tartar modern Enoch Arden Case is unveiled in Orange tex., where miss Betty Mccuddy pictured Here in Nashville in 1931 shortly before her disappearance with Thomas c. Buntin is turned up with him As a mrs. Thomas found after 22 years Thomas c. Butin is photographed As he and two other Orange tex commuters leave a Beaumont bus station. The former wealthy Nashville Man disappeared with his Secretary in 1931. It Ait s Joe kouing9s on Union front pop brass of the Congress of Industrial Organ-1 Iza Tion will be in Cincinnati next week for the fifteenth constitutional convention of its Ohio Council. Senator Hubert h. Humphrey d., Minn and Murray Lincoln president of the Ohio state farm Bureau Are the scheduled principal guest speakers. In charting the 1954 course the state convention is expected to adhere to pronouncements of the Cio National convention held last week it Cleveland. Walter Reuther has already sent word that a previous commitment will not permit him to address the 1,200 delegates of Ohio a More than 500,000 Cio members. The head it the Cio and also of the United automobile workers of America will Bel genre enter by ii puzzler in the House Patty Sullivan. 5, is puzzled in new York by seventeenth Century Bird House that looks Lik doll. Houses Cage is Woven Iron head is of carved Wood. A bang up jobs Richard Hesse left and Erich Froder Mann stand beside a two ton blockbuster Dud they dismantled successfully in two hours near Numberg Castle Germany. Jerry Hurter a private file a note from Bernie Bruns circulation manager of the billboard so called Bible of the entertainment world Points up some interesting aspects of the use of meter postage. Bruns wrote the note to Call attention to the help he obtained from congressman William e. Hesey in getting permission from the postmaster general in Washington to., simplify use of the meter postage by the billboard. As the result of Hess a solicitation the Post office department is permitting the billboard to have a postage meter bearing the postmark of St. Louis mo., set by the Cincinnati postmaster for use in mailing copies of the billboard in St. Lou a. The authorization was made on a experimental basis. For Benefit of the initiated a postage meter la a variation of a stamp vending machine. The meter Ean be rented from the manufacturer but tha Post office department control it. The meter is required to be taken to the Postof Llee where it la set when you Purchase your meter stamping. There Are two Register inside the meter. One is an ascending Register which totals the amount of postage used. The other to a descending Register which records the amount of postage remaining. The Machino permit you to make your own meter Stampe of any denomination. A the new ruling solves an annoying problem for Bruns. He formerly had to ship the meter which weighs be teen 25 and 30 pounds to St. Louis by express and then have it shipped Back Here after Uso there. The trip each Way required a couple of Day. Now Tho wrappers for the billboard which Aro prepared in Cincinnati can be run through the meters Here then shipped to St. Louis where the Magazine is deposited for mailing. The Magazine to edited and typeset m Cincinnati. The postage meter is a big help in tha mailing of the Magazine to foreign countries and in special delivery mailing. About 2,000 copies Are mailed in this fashion. Bruns cites that one Man in Johannesburg South Africa pays 96 postage for his copy regularly. Alaskans pay 86 cents. The current Issue which contains a Al pages in the regular Section and 166 in the cavalcade of fairs supplement weighs 34h ounces and Costa the Man in Johannesburg 18.46 by at mail and persons in Japan 98.10, Bruns states. The regular Price to 25 cents. A Clem Foppe assistant general superintendent of malls at Cincinnati says that the postage meter is widely used by big mailers of parcel Post. About 1,051 of the meters Are used in Cincinnati he says. The biggest Cincinnati Mailer he reveals is fashion frocks which spends about 91.654,000 on mailing each year. Procter 6c Gamble he says uses a much larger amount 11,000,000 pieces to be exact but it All does no to coma from Cincinnati. The figure includes Chicago los Angeles and Nevada lows mailing places. Fashion frocks uses a lot of air freight transportation on Rush orders with the postage meter being set Here with a California postmark. The dresses Are carried by air freight to los Angeles where they Are deposited for mailing. Other shippers use rail and truck transportation in the same manner. This permits them to Avail themselves of cheaper postage rates for the lower zones. As an example of the amount of savings involved in the use of meter postage a 10-Poilnd parcel shipped by rail or truck from California and dropped in the mail Here would Cost 32 cents whereas if it were dropped in the mail in California Dor delivery her it would Cost 91.95, Foppe says. Bell hopping at the hotels with Helen a Etzel electric steel Furnace conference to attract 600 two of his ,1 Jemes b. Carey Cio Secretary treasurer and president of the International _ Union of electrical workers and Emil Masey Law Secretary and treasurer. Other Cio National Leaden Soho will Prii dint in sessions at the Sheraton Gibson hotel Are can t Rin Natian Jack Kroll. National director of the Cio political action committee and i. W. Abel Secretary treasurer of the United steel workers of America. a Walter t. Grainger president of the greater Cincinnati Industrial Union Council will open the convention thursday and turn the chair Over to James Griffin president of the Ohio Council. A dinner meeting of the local and state executive boards takes place monday and the resolutions legislative steering Central and political action committee will huddle tuesday and wednesday. A1 Jordan staff representative of the steel workers and Henry Seibert business representative for the amalgamated clothing workers of America Are Cincinnat ians among the state councils 11 vice presidents. The Pac program to looked for to open fire against Mccarthy Lam. And the Over All drive for membership reportedly will be planned after careful study of developments on the much talked about Al Cio no raiding pact proposal. A affiliates of both Al Anh Cio Are members of the United housing foundation hat have invested 9100,000,000 in sponsoring nearly 7,000 co operative apartment dwelling units with 28,000 rooms to meet tha problem of slum clearance and nonprofit housing. Among Tho labor organisations Aro Tho Anun Gama Ted clothing workers International ladies garment workers amalgamated meat cutters and Butcher workmen and the International brotherhood of electrical workers. It it a it Tho foundation is headed by Louis h. Pink former president of the associated Hospital service. President Karl f. Feller and other general officers Here of the Cio International Union of United brewery flour Cereal. Soft drink and distillery workers have proclaimed dec. 5 to be observed As a special occasion by All affiliated local Union and their members. The Date Marks the twentieth anniversary of repeal of prohibition. Curing prohibition the proclamation states the Union s membership dropped from 60,000 to.8,000, and repeal made available More than 1,000,000 jobs in the brewing distilling and Allied industries and in the past 30 years 1federai, Tate and local government by Over 943,000,000,000. Electric Furnace steel conference sponsored by the Iron and steel division of the american Institute of mining and metallurgical engineers will be held wednesday thursday and Friday at the Netherland Plaza. About 600 will attend. Wednesday will be devoted to registration and a trip by chartered bus to the Aramco steel corp., Middletown returning to Cincinnati for executive committee conferences. A atomic Energy weapon for peace will be the topic of prof. Hubert n. Olyea Princeton University at thursday nights banquet. Speakers at the technical ses Fiok Wilt include e. H. Browning and m. F. Jones engineers for West my Bouse electric corp., Pittsburgh a. H. C. Biggee superintendent Bethlehem a steel co. C. W. Briggs technical and research director. Steel founders society of America Cleveland J. Carney chief development metallurgist u. S. Steel corp., Chicago 111., and r. J. Mccurdy melt shop superintendent Republic steel co., Chicago 111. Topics will include application and manufacture of High strength and High Alloy steels for tha Jet engine program slag treatment for conservation of chromium new developments in electric air Furnace design Sulphur control in electric steel making and general fume control. Cincinnati bar association at its quarterly meeting wednesday dec. 16, in Sheraton Gibson will acknowledge Hamilton county a sesquicentennial. One of its members Irwin s. Rhodes will deliver a paper on a the Pioneer bar of a dramatization about the county a prominent lawyer will be presented. About 206 representatives of Cincinnati Supply co. Art expected to confab monday and tuesday in hotel Sheraton glib Eon. Goodyear and Shell Oil also huddle monday. Tuesdays listings include civic club Jaycees and Cincinnati chapter Institute of scrap Iron and steel wednesday Exchange club and advertisers club thursday rotary Minuto women Gyro Certoma and Optimist Friday electrical Metal workers Guild. A hopeful Medicine for squeamish advertisers Quot will be prescribed by William r. Baker chairman of the Board of Benton it Bowles inc., new York City for the advertisers club of Cincinnati wednesday in hotel Sheraton Gibson. Baker who has had experience in every phase of the advertising business was a sponsor member of the War advertising Council during world War ii spearheading such campaigns As National nutrition and a food fights for Freedom programs. Guests at the local and clubs fiftieth anniversary dinner dec. 9, in Sheraton Gibson will be de Sullivan. Times Star columnist and to emcee and Betty Furness to Huck stress. On the latter will be conferred at this meeting the title. A advertising woman of the half a emr Winget of new York a the Long distance operator inquired of Russell l. Winget executive director of the National Council for Stream improvement of the pulp paper and paper Board industries inc., headquartered in new York City who was at the Netherland Plasa for a regional meeting of the National Council. Put on tha line the calling party immediately began a conversation on a what Are we going to do about that elevator Shaft a done to know a thing about it a replied Winget. A a rent to you Winget of new York your company told me you could be reached at tha Netherland Plasa in in mrussell Winget Are Yeu sure Yon have the right party Quot a ooh not i want Malcolm Winget Quot and that s How Russell Learned that his Cousin. M a i e o i m. Of Weeton Ghouse a elevator division happened to be at the same hotel. All performers in the Shipstad and Johnson ice follies had a family dinner thanksgiving Day in the Skyline room of the Terry cd Flag yodelling is a Talent that chef Mario Astor Terrace Plasa hotel did no to know he had. But he used it a with some Ordinary Yelling Quot he says when he was recently lost on his first Deer Hunting expedition on Coburn Island. Ont. That evening Sun was going Down chef Mario did not have to Compass and a began recalling that bears wolves and wildcats Atoe reamed the Island. A waa about hoarse when Rescue came. To Indian guide waa disgusted with him on two other occasions when he had chased a Buck into the chefs area. A first time i did no to fire because the game was too far Sway other time the aun was in my eyes and t take he redeemed himself however by shooting s Deer before he left. A juvenile bringing with it a two floor display of children swear opened saturday in Netherland Plaza. About 250 Are expected at the William 8. Merrell sales meeting which will be held at this hotel monday and tuesday. Tool. Steel gear and Pinion company has reservations for 60 during its monday through wednesday gab fest. Another monday session Campbell soup. Kroger company meets wednesday and thursday. Electric Furnace and steel groups of the american mining and metallurgical engineers will confab wednesday through Friday. Customer accounting committee of the american Gas association Edison electric Institute thursday and Friday. A Vernon Manor shindigs for the week As follows on monday society of internal Medicine and Fay a Eagan co a dinner meetings tuesday Vine school dinner meeting wednesday Hilton Davis ce., dinner meeting a. Kinney co., luncheon thursday Ane the Slans society. When Jaycees Junior chamber of Commerce members huddle for lunch tuesday in Sheraton Gibson. Sid i 11 m head football coach. University of Cincinnati at the speakers Tab will a hold tint line pamily plan hotel Servid ice featuring free room accommodations and special services for children travelling with their parents went into effect this week at Fountain Square hotel As part of a program instituted by the pick hotel Chain of which it is a member. There will be no charge William Wright Fountain Square manager explained for children under j4 years of age who share a room with their parents. Parents with very Small children will be offered the use of a stroller to make sight seeing easy. A recommended Babysitter service can be obtained by calling the Bell Captain or if such a need is expressed at the time the reservation is made a baby Sitter will be on hand at the parents arrival. Colourful menus Are another feature to be inaugurated soon according to the plan outlined by Albert pick jr., Chicago president of the hotel Chain. Children s menus will be in the form of Clown Cut outs and youngsters can order the specially prepared meals a by picture a these being a Giraffe a Bear and a Zebra. The program also includes a treasure Chest of toys which will be presented to each Little guest. A Mother. Dai and daughter Sll go to school at University of Cincinnati the same night. Claire Kuszler Secretary at the Terrace Plaza hotel and her husband Ivan Are taking the contemporary european problems class tuesdays 6 40 to 8 30 p. Their daughter Doris same evening takes Quot economics and a news masonic luncheon club at next fridays meeting in the net Kierland Plasa. Will hear George Young of the better business Bureau. Martin Drexel ius program chairman has announced that the clubs Christmas party will be held dec. 18. A e Certoma club which gab fests every thursday in Sheraton Gibson. Will hold s Bowling party in the Gibson Bowling lanes sunday at 2 p. M., at which time Certoma members from Hamilton Middletown and Dayton will be guests. A the Bowling will be followed by s 6 30 in in. Smorgasbord. First time evidently these Fellows Ever had stayed at s hotel. A we want s room a the Spe Keemon blurted. Ralph Lewis front office manager at Sheraton Gibson explained that he could give them Nice outside room with Shower and twin tha men looked at each other suspiciously then one Skod Quot what a that you said a carefully Lewis repeated. There waa a Quick consultation again they asked tha same question and again Lewis complied. A look mister a the one said a we done to want to be outside the hotel. That a Why we came Here. Done to you have any rooms inside the hotel a Quot flying those Fellows who make at least 51 per cent of their income from farming and who also own their own planes will descend upon Cincinnati Friday. Landing at Lunken Airport they will take in the midwestern hayride show at wow and later Quot Little Jessie James at the Taft. Returning to the Netherland piss after the theater they will View motion pictures taken by those of their ranks who have this additional Hobby. Vernon Pond Scott of. Is president of the group. Past president is Myron Baker Morrow o. Height of the convention season registration at its Peak and an inebriated passerby is unable to dial his number in a hotel Telephone Booth. So he angrily yanks out the phone by its roots and punks it on the front desk before it can be removed a Busy Doorman thinks its the House phone and tries unsuccessfully to Call one of the hotel departments. A jointly sponsored dinner by the Cincinnati bar association and the Cincinnati of Hopter of the Ohio society of certified Public accountants will be held wednesday dec. 2, at 6 39 p. In Sheraton Gibson s roof Garden. Occasion to hear t. Coleman Andrews United states commissioner of internal Eurasie. Feed bag Fellowship at hotel metro Pele next week a mondays knights of Columbus luncheon club when Frank w. Braden chief at Cincinnati boy scouts Headquarters will speak Ohio Valley officials association annual meeting and Sale Alan round table at the noon hour. Tuesday main Street business association luncheon b. A o. Co operative traffic program and Segnan school teachers dinner. Wednesday knights of Columbus grand knights meeting. Thursday Navy inspection personnel Christmas party past matrons Ohio chapter Eastern Star luncheon f11 a o n playground mothers club dinner. Friday Queen City woman a club dessert Bridge party. Saturday Joseph t. Ryerson a son co. Christmas party life insurance co. Of Virginia. Fortunate indeed were those customers of the rendezvous room Fountain Square hotel who happened be dining at about the same time As members of the Helsinki chorus recently Eoa tanned with the Cincinnati symphony orchestra. During their stay at the hotel the men frequently a gave out with after dinner harmonies and their fellow diners pressed them for encore after encore. So pleased were the singers with the Fountain squares Coffee that the management arranged to ship some to Finland for them. A protecting working capital will be discussed by a. Ottense Cincinnati District manager american credit indemnity co. Of new York at tuesdays luncheon meeting of the Cincinnati credit association in hotel Sinton. Judson Wheeler director of Hamilton county civil defense program will address Iwanto club at monday luncheon. Other 8lnton bookings include on monday Council on Lon term illness tuesday Day luncheon club wednesday Lions club and Cincinnati retail jewellers thursday and Friday Kroger company sales conference Friday committee on alcoholism. Cincinnati bar association Cincinnati Connoll on world affair 4 j

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