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Cincinnati Kentucky Times Star (Newspaper) - November 30, 1953, Cincinnati, OhioKentucky boy wins major j Lamb award 1 Chicago. Nov. 80�? a a a hog from Indiana and a Bambi from Kentucky split major awards today at the International livestock exposition. This was youth Day at the big farm show and nearly 400 the ration s future Farmers vied for honors in the exposition s Junior feeding contest. Ten year old Bruce Brown Battle ground ind., won the Junior Champion hog award when his 515-Pound Chester Whit Barrow a tip top Topper a was named Best Swine entries. The top Junior sheep award a Champion Lamb went to 17-year-old Carlisle Desuden Winchester. Kit fun 80-Pobnd Southdown Ewe named Besuden a University Kentucky Sophomore has won the. Shows top Lamb award twice be fore in 1949 and 1051. Each time a a. With the Southdown Breed. Lrons he is the son h. C. Btu Jfe cd in fire Den Veteran sheep Raiser who1 ,cc18 Iii crib thousand Harrhy shrine stages Parade in Down Toiven District new rules for traffic issued enforcement the following new traffic regulations will begin monday chief John Boxhorn the Covington police department.,. A announced. The usual five Day colourful shrine ceremonial Pai ciders swung shul reply period warning tags will be through downtown Cincinnati late saturday pausing not observed he stated. Once in their March As biting near freezing winds nipped the South mde we8t eighth at their heels. An estimated 1.000 marchers. Including 200 candidates for membership in the syrian shrine Temple were led by High officials the Temple. In the Lead were potentate Fred b. Debra and mayor Carl w. Rich. The shrines filed into masonic Temple officials prepared ceremonial rites for the candidates. Kiwanis meeting Sharp stepping syrian Temple chanters were one the highlight tit the shrine ceremonial Parade in downtown Cincinnati late saturday. They Sang a a in a proud to be a Shriner a written by their director Herman Hartmann. Ceremonials Ware held in masonic Temple fifth and Sycamore times Star photo. Capt. T. William Carlson fit this will be the last Shriner Mancial Secretary the South Parade 111 March in As mayor West Ohio and Northeast Ken Cincinnati a Rich a Republican Tucky conference the Salva remarked to a reporter. Rich is Tion army will speak at the noon being replaced As mayor by luncheon meeting wednesday streets main Street 1 no Chart rite Edward n. Waldvogel. The kiwanis club Covington paring at any time. His topic will be Quot tha Miracle _ Pike Street from main to the Street from Craig to main and the South Side West seventh Street from Craig to Dalton a no parking areas at any time. Dalton Street is no parking the West Side from sixth to eighth Street and main Street is no parking stopping from 6 30 to 9 30 a. M. From Pike to fifth Street the East Side. One hour parking is permitted from 9 30 a. M. To 3 30 p. M. Main Street is no parking the West Side in the same area from 3 30 to 6 30 p. M. Between fourth and fifth among the Oriental Clad to j Migg. A lie up Calistri win i my Bond Hodl Dentate from eight temples who be introduced by maj. S. Albert s0jth Side from 6 30 to 9 30 . Of the the speaker win re rend no parking the has shown the grand Champion Carload sheep six times out the seven he has exhibited it the Chicago show. Young Besuden belongs to the future Farmers America. This is his last year in Junior Competition since he will have passed the age limit next year. He has shown at the International since 1949 when he won his first championship. One injured in Auto mishap miss Shirley Mcmurray 18, 181 Chelsea place. Cincinnati wat released after treatment for a Back sprain by St. Elizabeth Hospital following a traffic Accident Madison Pike near Independence Early monday. She v As taken to the Hospital by Independence life squad. When questioned about mishap details a spokesman for the squad rely ask a names two men supposedly involved in the same Accident. They were James Smith 1021 Lee Street and George Holbrook 311 East thirteenth Street both Covington. Squad men said the car driven by Smith left the Road and hit an embankment at cemetery curve. Newly elected officers Northern Kentucky patrons club will be installed at a meeting at 6 p. M. Sunday at town and country restaurant Dixie Highway Park Hills. William Davies was chosen president at the clubs recent annual election held at Silver Grove masonic Temple with Silver Grove chapter 540, Oes,1 As hosts. Other new officers Are William Sauer jr., vice president stanley1 Burt recording Secretary Walter Frommel corresponding Secre-1 tary and Dewey Campbell treasurer. 716 Auto deaths state roads Frankfort ky., nov. 30�? up a Kentucky a Highway fatality1 a add Street. Toll for the year stood at 716 today. It was 723 for the comparable 1952 period. Twelve persons were killed in traffic accidents Between 4 p. M. Wednesday and 2 p. M. Today. This was the period covered in the state police fatality count for the Long thanksgiving Holiday week end. Buffalo Trail i part Matan scouts a band about 60 Mason county boy scouts May have been a bit Foo sort and a Little bit More tired than usual monday because thay relived history sunday As they hiked a Pioneer route a the original Buffalo Trail Between Mays Ville and Washington by. Sunday. Frank Barkley Veteran Maysville scout Leader and Mason county history student was hike master in the party was a descendant Simon Kenton. 12-year-old William g. Kenton jr., whose parents reside Maysville a East 8ec Covington Man a in for damages Batava . Nov. So Farri Jaq elect out efs Kenton group h. Crain Covington. Ky., has filed suit Here for $10,300 damages against the Glen Date race bowl contending he was struck and injured by the right wheel a race car sept. 2, 1952. Kenton Gams and fish association will meet tuesday at 8 15 p. M. In Van Elliott s Hall 1301 Holman Street Covington Rode in automobiles with their Schramm the salvation army. Officers was Harry Giesel Poten a Tate Murat Tample Indian a a. Apolis. Giesel is remembered As a injured former american league umpire.1 Joseph Osseforth 47, Fenwick marchers were warmed by the club Cincinnati and William music syrian Temple brass 69, Cleveland o., were band the string band and a Jazzy iru#lhd��h0ijmi&Quot? in a inc "j81,1 outfit stifling Syncope actors. Ehi a Hospital Early sunday. A h a 17 Hay were passengers in in and the North Side from 3 30 to 6 30 p. M. A a. Anthe action was filed with the to elect new officers and to vote clerk courts through his at in new rules and regulation for tourneys Clyde e. Vincent the club s Locust Pike grounds Covington and Nichols Spiedel clubhouse a and Lake. Said Custer and Nichols Batavia. The Man a Brown trustee and publicity gement is charged with failure chairman. To make proper provisions for the candidates Are Bill Adams and safety spectators. Pm Hughes for president and the injury occurred while a de Prochl ind Bob flt a for Vic race was in Progress at the bowl apr it Ridenti unopposed Are Pat Coyne for Secretary Larry Roh Ling treasurer and John Rohling trustee. Whin Quot a think if Dine s Man beaten James Hopper 39, 122 West third Street Newport was treated saturday night at Booth Hospital. Covington for a head Cut sustained he told detectives Pat Ciafardini and Upshire White when two negro youths attacked him at fourth Street and Central Avenue Newport. As nearly As possible scouts traversed the Way pioneers who landed at tha Mouth Limestone Creek. Maysville and then proceeded to Wash ton for Protection from indians. Visited along the Way was the Home Simon Kenton Kenton station Pike now owned by Maysville business Man James Nichols. In Washington scouts saw the first Post office West the Allegheny mountains site the slave Block where Unce Tom Harriett Beecher Stowe s a Uncle Toms Cabin was sold and the Home Gen. Albert Sidney Johnson now being made into a shrine. A located Tea town Road. Dayton club party the Dayton fish and Hunt club will hold a party in Honor officers members and wives Del flail us Lilse at 8 p. M. Wednesday at Dayton a a a a eagles Hall fifth and Berry i elect in Fly loll avenues Robert stents publicity. A a chairman announced. James a civilian defense meeting Martin club president said the be held by a group Dayton organization is engaged in pro in j Bellevue citizens at it p. M. The Parade a caused Only a minimum interruption to downtown traffic As they marched from twelfth and race streets Down race Street to fifth Street. Then East fifth to the Matin la Temple. Highway safety patrolmen who held up truffle along the line March estimated that tha Parada took Losa than 10 minutes the pase a Given Point. The cold winds Cut Down Horsep Lay the fun Loving shrines As they marched past saturday shoppers who paused to watch the Parade a i gaily dressed clowns Jashed with the children along the Way but thay remained close to the Marcher. With the end the Parade As Tven by e. E. Schweinefuss 35, 111 West thirty fourth Street Covington which struck a parked Ruto near 2214 Madison Avenue Covington. L. J. Metzger j. P. Devine optometrists 111 Madison Avi. I Sis done to take things for granted therefore Ini Bronco remember i Urence Adam c. Haas 174 Monmouth co 9�69. A Stab lived i400. Moving sportsmen a activities and that a report these function during the past year will be Given. Lunch and refreshments will be served at the conclusion the business session. Capt. Carleon to talk the Newport rotary club will hear a talk by capt. William Carlson division Secretary the salvation army Cincinnati wednesday at its noon meeting to be held at York Street congregational Church. His subject will be a Vtha Mirada the thursday in Dayton eaglet Hall fifth and Berry Avenue. Motion pictures will be shown relative to civilian defense pro j Gram Albert Reynolds chairman Laid. Albert Reynolds a been named organization chairman. Quot help yourself thereby helping your neighbor in Ciao disaster pc and emergencies a been adopted a a motto. Churches civic and i ate nil organizations have been invited to Send representative to the mass meeting. Of Cicala Day a ton and Bellevue ire expected to attend. �l0vcr Leaf i0e Cream dealers at Tillman a. 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