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Cincinnati Kentucky Times Star (Newspaper) - November 30, 1953, Cincinnati, OhioKentucky weather cold occasional Snow flurries monday. Low monday night 30�, High tuesday 46� monday november 30, 1953 Kentucky times Star a published at the first j Doctu #1 the Cincinnati times Start t Inal phone he 4320 38 pages 5c by Carri Xit 30cchant of tobacco auctioneer heard in local Market Jessie Brauley Weighman at Kenton Loose Leaf tobacco warehouse Covington George Ste Gen floor manager and Carl Kramer a grower All of Alexandria Mark a ales tickets in anticipation of tuesday sales opening in the extreme left photograph. Next picture shows Herb Whitley Kenton warehouse manager and his assistant Ted Zerhusen inspect some of the 200,000 pounds of Leaf ready for the auctioneer. Crop of Charles Allphin Crittenden is unloaded at Covington Independent tobacco warehouse Erlanger by from left Tom Henry Crittenden Art Kramer Burlington Allphin Harry Humphrey Crittenden Alvin Allphin Crittenden a. R. Washum Verona James of Mally Verona and James Shepperd Falmouth in the third from left photograph. The last picture depicts George Mcdaniel Burlington a a stacking Leaf of Pierce Bingham Crittenden stick in hand at the Erlanger warehouse. See Story Pate 4 four injured one seriously As tire blows the 28-year-old Driver of a car which blew a tire and overturned sunday injuring himself and three companions was reported in serious condition monday at St. Elizabeth Hospital. Attendants said Norman House Jonesville ky., suffered possible head and internal injuries and multiple body abrasions. Slot raid at vow Post trooper Ralph Kline of Kentucky state police said the mishap occurred about 2 a. On Kentucky 16, a half mile East of Walton. Others in the automobile All admitted to the Hospital for observation were listed in Rood condition. They were identified As Janice Glahn 20, Melbourne Back injuries Sally Elliott 24, Williams town possible head and Back injuries and Leslie House 27, Warsaw face cuts and left shoulder injury Lexington ky., nov. 30�? put a City police saturday night seized four Slot machines from a veterans of foreign wars Post in a raid they said was prompted by a National vow official. Frank Mangione club Mana Ger of the Henry a. Lucas Post two Covington Fawn injured Early sunday in an Auto a. A grip Al to Mobile Accident on Decoursey Bellevue hails Uebel s Victory Over Navy team Pike opposite the new Casino according to reports at St. Elizabeth Hospital. Treated and dismissed were Clyde Grizzell 35, 311 West Robbins Street and Eldridge Rigg 25, 222 Adams Street both of whom suffered cuts and bruises. No Kenton county police report of the Accident was available. Chief Carl Mershon recently refused to release reports of accidents after county police were criticized for their alleged failure to Stop speeding and other traffic violations on the Dixie Highway. A coven tonian 25, whose Auto struck a Railroad car on front Street near Elm Street Cincinnati Early sunday was reported in poor condition monday at St. Elizabeth was identified As Jack Volkering 311 East seventeenth Street. Attendants said he suffered a possible Skull fracture and internal injuries and multiple cuts and bruises. He told police he probably fell asleep just before the Accident and officers reported they found a lantern on the Boxcar. Volkering was Given emergency treatment at Cincinnati general Hospital and later transferred to the Covington Hospital. Erlanger vow in Yule drive Erlanger vow Post began a drive monday to raise funds for the Purchase of toys and food for needy families which is to be distributed a few Days before Christmas. Under direction of Post Cdr. Allen Harney Booths have been installed in Kroger and Albers a Tores on Dixie Highway for donations. The area generally to be included in this project is Edge Wood Erlanger Elsmere and hib iting Possession of the devices. Officers said the raid was initiated by a Man who identified himself As James d. Shaver Cleveland a member of the a fwd a National executive Board. Police said Shaver told them he formerly was associated with senator Estes Kefauver a Senate crime investigating committee. Officers said Shaver informed them the National organization was eradicating gambling in vow posts initiating police action against posts where warnings had no effect. The local poet pleaded guilty in Fayette circuit court in 1952 to a charge of suffering gaming in the form of Slot machines and was fined $250. New business development another new business development on upper Madison Avenue in Covington was disco Dover the week end with the Purchase of property at the Northwest Corner of sixteenth Street and Madison Avenue by the Bemie paint co., now located at 9 West tenth Street. A new Kroger supermarket and a new Branch of the Robert Hall clothing co. Will be located nearby. The new masonic Temple also is in area. Bemie Eichholz and Gregory Berberich partners in the paint company said the double Frame building with a Large parking lot in the rear will be occupied by March 1 after being remodeler. Florence. Distribution of All items is to be made by Post members and according to Harney orphanages Are High on the priority list again this year. Funeral services set for bus mishap victims vices for Cecil Paul Voss 48, 207 West fourth Street Covington who became Covington a first Auto fatality after 491 deathless Days Friday will be held tuesday at 2 p. At Hugenberg amp Glindmeyer funeral Home Covington. Burial will be held in Highland cemetery it. Mitchell Voss a machinist Helper for Ralph r. Vosa Covington three the Louisville a Nashville rail stepchildren mrs. Evelyn Crow Road was struck by a Green line 11, Erlanger and mrs. Edna Hay bus Friday in front of 3807 Den it d Jack Gardner both of Church Street Covington. He Covington six Brothers Fred was pronounced dead on arrival Erick somewhere in Ohio Rob at St. Elizabeth Hospital. Voss it. Newport William Bellevue suffered a crushed Skull a broken and Louis Earl and James All jaw and body abrasions. Robert of Covington end three Sisters c. Dorsey acting Kenton county mrs. Louella Collins and mrs. Coroner returned a verdict of Ann i Ler both of Covington accidental death. And mrs. Ora Young Dills Boro he is survived by his widow Indiana. Mrs. Leona Voss two sons pvt. Friends May Call at the fun William Cecil Voss Sampson air neral Home monday from 2 to Force base Geneva n. Y., and 10 p. Baptist Home Bonds half sold plan remodelling at Newport site there have been $60,000 in Bonds bought of the $100,000 authorized to Aid in liquidating indebtedness on the Baptist Home of Northern Kentucky in South Newport Frederick w. Winkler president of the Home Board announced monday. Winkler reported a subscription of $5,000 by a citizen of it. Thomas at the meeting. He said that heretofore sales of the Bonds have been made exclusively to members of 29 participating Baptist churches. A when the entire Issue of $100,000 has been subscribed indebtedness on the Home will be liquidated. Building no. 1 will be rehabilitated so that better facilities will be provided for residents of this building while building no. 2 will to reconstructed to take care of convalescent who wish to be cared for at the Home he said. There Are now 17 aged residents at the Home and there Are two vacancies for women residents he reported. A your great problem is to provide rooms and space for the applicants who wish to spend their declining years at the Home Winkler stated. Plans Are to provide Christmas programs at the Home to serve a Turkey dinner and to give each inmate a Christmas present. Stab victims rites Are set prayers for William m. Kam Merer 31, former Campbell county resident who died late saturday of Stab wounds will be held wednesday at 9 15 a. In Radel funeral Home Newport. Blasting of his remains will take place at 10 a. At St. Thomas Church it Thomas. Kammerer according to detectives of the Cincinnati homicide squad died at 11 15 p. Saturday in St. Mary Hospital Cincinnati. He apparently waa stabbed near hit Home. 1114 Sherman Avenne. Cincinnati police said. Investigating officers Are seeking two negro couples believed connected with the stabbing. Hamilton county Coroner Herbert p. Lyle reported Kammerer died from three Stab wounds and loss of blood. He said Kammerer was stabbed in his right upper Chest lower left Chest and upper right Arm. A world War i Veteran Kammerer was an employee of National distillers Cincinnati. He leaves his widow. Mrs. Rosetta Turner Kemmerer a daughter Bernice and a son Billy All Newport his Mother mrs. Dovey Tun Gate Kammerer it. Thomas four Sisters mrs. Marie Collins Tokyo Japan mrs. Minnie Kemper it. Thomas mrs. Betty Kaeff Newport and mrs. Ella Mae Smith Charleston w. Va., and a brother 1 it Kenneth f. Kammerer it. Thomas. They were singing the praises of army halfback Pat Uebel throughout the United states monday after he led the cadets of West Point to that 20-7 Victory Over Navy but nowhere was there a happier family than at 435 Clark Street Bellevue. Caught by the Kentucky times Star camera Only a few hours after they had returned from witnessing the game were Bellevue Pat s girl Friend and family. That a Mitzi Mueller 19, new Orleans wearing a smile and Cadet Uebele a class pin at the left. Then come or. And mrs. A Norman Uebel overjoyed parents of the Grid Star and his sister mrs. Doris Rieman. Taking it All very calmly is a cuddles a Pat s dog resting easily under mrs. Uebel a Pat not so Long ago a local High school Ace is shown in action in an army game in the smaller picture. Coach Flora a a Tom Between Navy son West Pointer Pat Ben Flora Bellevue High coach who developed army spat Uebel waa a very interested Spectator at the army Navy game saturday and he waa rooting a half a heatedly perhaps for the Tara. Bends a on Roger another Bellevue Grid great is a member of the Annapolis squad. There la no doubt the scintillating performance of Bellevue Pat brought smiles to the face of Flora regardless of his sympathy in the game. Theft is probed investigation into the theft of a $300 camera Early sunday at the 333 club 333 Central Avenue Newport waa continued monday by Newport police. Zeua Smith Blue Ash of photographer told police she aet the camera on a table surrounded by 10 patrons and left upon returning to the table she found the camera missing. The patrons denied taking the camera. Police also Are investigating a break in at the Crowley machine co., Keturah and Patterson streets Newport. A Check is being made to determine if anything waa taken. Pat Uebel Kentucky kernels by Luke Lufberry the first icy grip of Winter has brought a reminder from miss Olive Glenn Huntington Avenue Covington that its time to resume the humane and pleasant practice of Bird feeding. A they like seeds and suet and Peanut butter and table Sera is a reports miss Glenn. A i have a Friend who feeds them Cherry pie and pumpkin when the ground is Frozen Birds have a Tough time of it. When everything s covered with Snow they go hungry. A a to Luke a astonishment he bears from Sheldon Keitel a to expert on conservation is that a new theory has been advanced that wild Birds should not be fed at Mil. It. Appears to be based upon the thought that h makes them too dependent. And. In most cases people Start feeding Birds at the Eutest of whiter Only to lose interest when our feathered friends can Usa human help the moot. A if you Start feeding them by All Means done to Stop until Spring a warns Sheldon. A it Luke can to go along with the idea of not feeding the Birds at All. Maybe for the selfish reason that he gets a lot of enjoyment out of watching the cardinals chickadees Wrens and others Gorge themselves. Anyway the Law of survival of the fittest appears to have been repealed. If there a a welfare state for Humana and their dogs cats and parakeets Why not for the wild Birds who Are less demanding continued on Page 4c�l 3 Praise for Uebel a to use an old cliche Pat Uebel is a gentleman and a scholar As Well As a Fine athlete a said mayor Robert p. Hummel of Bellevue monday in revealing he was sending to the army football Star an Honor certificate from the City. Mayor Hummel said the certificates Are reserved for Only those citizens who do something of an outstanding nature which reflects to the credit of Bellevue. A i have known the Uebel family for Many years and have followed Pat closely through association with athletics at Bellevue High school i could never commend or Praise him too much a said Hummel. A the very fact that he waa accepted at West Point is indicative of his High character. Hia athletic record Speaks for itself. He is a True asset to the Community a mayor Hummel added. Cafe fights bring stiff court fines a stiff penalty was Given a it. Thomas Man registered As Frank win bum Midway court by judge Alfred g. Maybury in Newport police court monday after hearing testimony on a fight in a cafe at 911 Saratoga Street and later resumed in the dream bar ninth and Monmouth streets Newport. The incident occurred nov. 22. Win bum wifi fined $100 and posts sentenced to 90 Days in jail on a breach of thai peace charge and held to the grand jury under $1,000 Bond on a charge of carrying a deadly weapon. In the seme Case John Litton 320 River Road it Thomas was fined $25 and costs and similar fines against Robert Losey 920 Washington Avenue Newport and Roy Scott 44, Melbourne ky., were probated. Testimony shewed that win hum and Scott had a fight in the cafe at 911 Saratoga Street Scott who swore to the weapon charge against win bum said the latter threatened him with a revolver. Win bum denied the accusation. However testimony disclosed Winburn returned later to the cafe to obtain the gun which had been found la a empty Beer care. Later Scott testified when he end a group of friends entered the dream bar win bum was in there and resumed the fight. Police were called and placed the four under arrest. Woman robbed police monday were investigating a report by mass Gladys Reimer 3912 Decoursey Avenue Covington. She said she was struck on the head with a bottle and robbed of $240 in the Kitchen of her apartment. Mayor leads in sending messages by Blaine Marz All Bellevue sounded monday with Praise for its National sports hero Pat Uebel who dropped a blockbuster on Navy eleven in army a football Victory saturday. More than 100,000 attended the annual service football spectacle and millions saw the tilt on television As Pat scampered for three touchdowns one on a 70-Yard return. But few knew that Pat May have been running in a Navy uniform but Tor an English examination. The 19-year-old All around athletes original appointment was to Annapolis. He missed by a few Points in the English examination passing the Entrance requirements. Then he took the West Point examination and with the assistance of an intensive three week prepping session came through with flying colors. He came through with those same colors flying proudly saturday. Army coach Earl red Blank might have been muttering a thank god for Navy coach Eddie 4erdelats might have been Juat Plain muttering. Done to get any idea at Lal that Pat Uebel is a football Bonehead. He currently stands just 250 from the top in his class of 600 at a the and that a in mighty fast Scholastic company. He was a top student at Bellevue. Lets talk to or. And mrs. Norman Uebel in their modest attractive Home at 435 Clark Street Bellevue and ramble a Little about the second year army Man who caught the fancy of a ports fans throughout the nation with his dazzling display against the Navy Goat. Continued in Page 9. Col. 4 health forced retirement e fire traffic Fri the suspension Bridge was tied up for a Brief period late sunday night while Covington firemen extinguished a Blaze on the Span. A Section of the Bridge flooring near the Covington Side caught fire firemen reported. Origin of the Blaze waa not known. Dam or. Luther Bach Dies on Boone county farm % services for or. Luther Bach 62, prominent Northern Kentucky physician who died saturday at Green acres his 200-acre farm near Florence on u. S. 25, will be held wednesday at 1 p. Burial will be in Lexington cemetery Lexington. I or. Bach who had retired from service in tha Panama canal his profession in May because of zone. Ill health had been suffering a. He was a Ellow of the. A a a heart condition said Robert can College of physicians a Brugh Boone county Coroner. I member of the Kentucky med he returned a verdict of death Cal association Licking Valley due to natural causes. Or. Bach a native of Jackson. Breathitt county ky., had practice Medicino fax Northern Kentucky for 30 years and a had an office at third Street and Washington Avenue Newport Tor the last 10 years. In recent years he had specialised in diabetics and cardiology. Medical society association of Boone county Koleika shrine Temple Lexington Jackson by Lodge f. And a. M., and served As Deacon of Florenca Baptist Church. He helped in establishing Magoffin Baptist Institute an orphanage at it. Valley a and the Bach memorial Chapel in Breathitt county. He is survived by his widow. Bridge fire it a a Richmond ky., and was a Grade a f la i 11, ate of the College of Medicine at i0"�?T aau Aht University of Louisville. He had a Ron to daughter done poet graduate work at her. M oar. Vard Northwestern Western a a he 1 a h of a a Reserve and Ohio state uni Hazard and four vers Tiee. Grandchildren. Friends May Call at the real he served a a Captain with Dence from 8 p. Monday until the army medical corps in the time of funeral. Ralph Stith age was slight the fire fighters world War i and later served Florence funeral director la la reported. A with the y. S. Public health charge

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