The Kentucky Post from Covington, Kentucky (2024)

Money to Loan -13 Money re to Loan FOR PERSONAL LOAN see A THE Personal CO -THE POST, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1950. 21 Boone Historical Society Will Meet The Boone County Historical Society will meet at 8 p. m. Friday at the J. P.

Brothers Store in Limaburg. Mrs. Sadie Tanner, Mrs. Ora Tanner and Mrs. J.

P. Brothers will present the story of founding and early history of the Limaburg and Hopeful communities. W. Y. Carson Services will be held at 10 a.

m. Saturday at the Radel funeral home, Covington, for Carson, 108 Main street, Elsmere. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. BETZ NORTHERN KENTUCKY'S Finest Funeral Home Luxuriously decorated. attractively furnished--a suitable trib.

ute to your loved one. Serving faithfully and with dignity since 1862. 88 Years of Satisfying Service Inspection Invited 23 E. SIXTH, NEWPORT FLOWERS A Suitable Gift For All Occasions Your Florist VICTOR H. BROWN 114 E.

8th, Newp. CO 4255 Express Your CONDOLENCE with Flowers from WASSER'S FLOWERS 805 Madison Ave. JU 4000 Funeral Directors TUMEY, FRANK RICHARDS Allison Rose FUNERAL HOMES Madison at Robbing, CO 0146. Butler at Latta. Ludlow, CO 4332.

-Henry E. HENRY LINNEMANN SONS FUNERAL HOME (Four Generations of. Service) 25-27 E. Eleventh St CO 0557. J.

W. and J. P. Middendorf C. G.

Middendorf, C. J. Nienaber John N. Middendorf Sons AMBULANCE SERVICE 12th Madison. HE 0096 MODERN FUNERAL HOMES 917 Main St.

HE 1718 M.L. SWETNAM SONS Inc. 1515 Scott Boulevard. co 0170 Member Kentucky Funeral Directors Burial Association Licensed WOMAD on Staff. Death Notices BIELEFELD Charles dear brother of Lillian and Anna.

Bielefeld, and Mrs. Clarence E. Rockenstein, Wednesday, October 18, 1950, at Covington, aged 69 years. Service Saturday, October 21, from Connley Bros. Funeral Home, 11 E.

Southern-av, Latonia, at 10 a. m. Friends may call Friday from 2 to 10 p. m. BROWN--Daniel, beloved husband of Mary Burgess Brown, fathere of Mrs.

Martha Foley, Mrs. Mary Jo Battle, Mrs. Jane Baker and Blackwell Brown, Tuesday, October 17, 1950; residence, 50 Kenner-st, Ludlow. Friends may call at the Bullock Funeral Home, 461 Elm-st, Ludlow, Thursday, 4 to 10 p. m.

Funeral services Friday, October 20, at 10:30 a. m. Interment Bellevue Cemetery, Danville, Ky. CANNON--Anna E. (nee Litfin), beloved mother of Frank J.

(Bud) Cannon, of 515 W. 14th-st, Covington, Wednesday, October 18, 1950, age 75 years, Prayers Saturday, October 21, at the Linnemann Funeral Home, 25-27 E. 11th-st, at 7:30 a. m. Requiem High Mass St.

Mary Cathedral at 8 a. m. Interment St. Mary Cemetery, FESSLER-Fred beloved husband of the late Barbara Fessler (nee Slayline), father of Fred Fessler brother of Mrs. Anna Hilbert, Mrs.

Margaret Vogel, Frank, George and Andrew Fessler, Tuesday, October 17, 1950: residence, 1020 Orchard-st, Newport, Ky. Funeral Friday, October 20. from the John J. Radel Co. Funeral Home, 822 York-st, Newport, 8:30 a.

m. Requiem High Mass Corpus Christi Church 9 a. m. Interment St. Stethe funeral home Thursday after 3 phen 597 Cemetery.

Friends may call at p. BA3 enbach), LINSTAEDT- beloved -Freda wife E. of (nee Dr. Asch- WilHam J. Linstaedt and devoted mother of Herschel J.

Linstaedt and dear sister of Fred and Walter Aschenbach, at her residence, 66 W. Southgate-av, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Services Saturday, October 21, 1950, at the Dobbling Funeral Home, Ft. Thomas, at 10 a.

m. Friends may call Friday from 4-9 p. m. WEBSTER-Franklin, beloved son of the late Samuel Harriet Webster, dear brother of Mrs. Addie Byas, Mrs.

Bessie Nolty, Mrs. Amanda De Camp and Haunard Webster at his, residence, 911 Walnut-st, Dayton, Ky. Services Monday, October 23, 1950, at the Dobbling Funeral Home, Bellevue, at 2 p. m. Friends may call Sunday from 4-9 p.

m. 3 NOTICE OF ELECTION Public notice is hereby given that pursuant to a resolution and an order adopted by the Fiscal Court of Kenton County, Kentucky, there will be submitted to the quallfied voters of Kenton County. Kentucky at an election to be held therein on November 7, 1950, the following question: Are you in favor of the Fiscal Court of Kenton County issuing in the name of Kenton County, Kentucky, bonds in the aggregate sum of one hundred and twenty-five thousand 000.00) dollars, the procee is to De used exclusively for the construction of a building to be used as a garage and storage space for voting machines and the acquisition of such land that might be necessary therefor? FOR (Notice to Votera: For a vote favoring the foregoing question place a cross (X) mark in the space after the word "FOR" and for a negative vote place a similar mark in the space after the word This notice is given pursuant to the order of the Fiscal Court of said county and is dated September 7, 1950. HENRY A. BERNDT, Sheriff, Kenton County, Kentucky, SAM FURSTE, County Court Clerk, Kenton das County, Kentucky.

LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Boyers' Motors, of Newport, Kentucky, will on Friday, Oct. 20, 1950, at 10:00 o'clock at the Boyers' Motors car lot, 10- cated at the southwest corner of Fifth and Columbia Streets, Newport, Kentucky. sell one 1950 Kaiser four-door sedan. No. K502, Chassis No.

K502- 043916. Motor No. KM-866062. in order to satisfy a balance of $2179.54 due thereon, and plus the the cost of costs sale. of this advertiseSiened: BOYERS MOTORA.

Death Notices -2 CARSON- Y. -Beloved husband of the late Mona Carson. Survived by George Smith and Mrs. Naomi Waghunt, Wednesday, October 18, 1950; residence, 108 Main-av, Elsmere, Ky. Funeral Saturday, October 21, from the John J.

Radel Co. Funeral Home, 1005 Madison-av, Covington, at 10 a. m. Interment Highland Cemetery, GLINDMEYER- Rose (nee Werning), beloved wife of B. J.

Glindmeyer and beloved mother of Victor B. Glindmeyer and Mrs. Mary Jane Pelgen, at her home, 10 Highview-dr, Lookout Heights, Kenton-co, Ky, Wednesday, October 18, 1950. Funeral Saturtay, October 21, from the Hugenberg Glindmeyer Funeral Home, 40 W. Sixth-st, Covington, at 9:30 8.

m. Requiem High Mass at St. John Church at 10 a. m. Interment St.

John Cemetery, MOSS -Harry beloved husband of Sophia Moss (nee Ammerman), father of Greta, Marvin and Dan Moss, and brother of Mrs. Lillian Kell, Wildiam and Ed. Moss, Wednesday, October 18, 1950, at his residence, 812 Garvey-av, Elsmere, age years. Remains at Taliferro Funeral Home, Erlanger, Ky. Due notice of funeral.

ZANG- Hilda. 1 5 (nee Sauter), widow of Julius Zang and beloved sister of Paul, Lawrence and Dr. Leo C. Sauter, Wednesday, October 18, 1950; residence, 324 Fifth-av, Dayton, Ky. Friends may call at the Betz Funeral Home, 23 E.

Sixth-st, Newport, Friday after 2 p. m. Requiem High Mass at St. Bernard Church Saturday, October 21, at 9 a. m.

Newport Circle No. 88, Daughters of Isabella, will assemble at the funeral home Friday, 8 p. for services. Lost and Found -8 LOST- Brown billfold, containing personal papers. If found return to 1603 Russell for reward.

LOST Lady's Bulova watch, 17- jewel, 36 diamond sets; liberal reward. HE 1548. Coal and Wood -9c W. Va. $12.70 COAL Va.

Egg. 12.20 W. Va. 13.35 ATLAS P-K COAL. HE 1672 Business Services -10 A-1-ALL MAKES SERVICE HICKS, 223 MADISON ATTENTION, HOME OWNERS Roofs, gutters, d-spouts, siding, storm windows, doors, weatherstripping.

W. Brandt, 939 Main, Cov. AX 3984. ANY KIND of light moving, Frigidaires, stoves, clean rubbage out of basem*nts and attics. Will take fur.

niture or stoves in trade on hauling. Wm. Harris, 109 E. Fifth-st. HE 9399 Bickers Roofing, Gutters CARPENTRY WORK.

JU 4063. ALL MAKES vacuum cleaners repaired, parts and service. Singer Sewing Machine, 528 Madison. Call HE 0491. CONCRETE MO 58 basem*nts porches.

AX 1338. Let Turner turn your old FLOORS floors into new; expert sanding and refinishing. HE 3829. and refinished; FLOORS Sanded work guaranteed. HE 1241.

ORNAMENTAL porch rails, made to order. Adam FEINAUER SONS, 728 Orchard, Newport. HE 9171. Work guar Al Paper Hanging anteed; samples. AX 0444, Jim Bickers.

REASONABLE PAPERHANGING. DI 7338M PAPER HANGING WOT samples guaranshown in your home. HI 2197. PAPERHANGING and steaming; 1n- terior, exterior painting; work guar anteed. CO 1258, after 6 p.

m. PAPER HANGING Painting and Estimates. Call CO 6722 A BETTER LOCAL and long distance moving service. HE 5733. Dahlen berg Storage 238 Pike.

RENT A SANDER and edger for only $1 an hour or $5.50 for 25 hours. Call AX 5900, Montgomery Ward Eighth and Madison Covington. ROOFS REPAIRED! ROOFS PAINTED! ROOFS REPLACED! GUTTERS PAINTED! GUTTERS REPLACED! DOWNSPOUTS REPLACED! CHIMNEYS REPAIRED! LAYco*ck ROOFING Licensed in All Northern Kentucky. Free Estimates Terms. 21 Grant at.

Home and Shop, HI 8737 Beauty Parlors -12 Permanent Specials This Week With This Ad Only $10 CREME VIOLET $5.95 OIL $6.50 CREME $3.95 OIL $4.50 CLEAR $1.95 Includes shampoo, haircut and money-back guarantee, YORK BEAUTY SHOPS 1053 Madison, Covington 2nd Floor. HE 8120. I Business Opportun's -14 BEAUTY SHOP ONE OPERATOR SHOP. 940 DIXIE HIGHWAY, FLORENCE. DI 7799.

FOR SALE Restaurant, junction near U. S. 27 and KY 17; dining room, feet; kitchen, 12x14; basem*nt, coal furnace, hot and cold water, electric, telephone. Shell gasoline station, 1 acre land, growing business. Priced to sell by owner.

Mary's Restaurant, Mary L. Jacobs, owner. Phone Butler 6800. COVINGTON 2 groceries, reasonable. Cozy Home Realty.

JU 3407. DELICATESSEN and grocery, with beer license, on a good corner, good street, doing good business; will sell fixtures at less than today's value and invoice; reason for selling, care of parents; good chance to get a paying business at a low price; rent very reasonable, GEO. G. GOODE REAL ESTATE. HE 3302.

FOOD MARKET Covington, East Side; beer license; well stocked and has modern self-service equipment; owner has other interests; $3500, plus inventory. AX 9152. GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET 19 -George C. Goode owner forced grocery, to estab- saclished 50 years; ritice, has other interests; willing to sell or trade for investment property; $8500. JU 6660 or CO 0335.

Ask for Mr. McKnight. INVESTMENT--Fine brick structure; 4 units; with $315 per month income; long lease; owner leaving city; $30,000. AX 9152. RESTAURANT--In Covington; modern equipment; now operating: excellent proposition.

See Mr. Brandt, 939 Main. SUPER MARKET with real estate: building has income of over $5000 yearly excluding store and 5-room modern apartment, This is a beautiful store with very latest equipment; doing thriving business; located in an up and going Kentucky town; full price, will finance or will consider trade on nice city property. JU 2700. Male Help Wanted -15 CAB DRIVERS Neat, clean, courteous: must be 21 or over: positively must know streets.

Apply Dot Knight Cab 1 E. 3rd Newport. HUDSON MECHANIC Experienced; high salary. COV. HUDSON, 235 SCOTT AX 7728-Ask for Walt Zalta.

MAN, between age of 25 and 35, with some art training, to learn window decorating. Apply in person. F. W. Woolworth 702 Madison Covington.

WANTED- Experienced poultry man and experienced egg candler. Apply 4th and Madison, Covington, Edward J. Schiachter Meat after 3:30 P. m. No phone calls, please, Salesmen Solicitors-16 RAWLEIGH Dealer wanted at once.

Good opportunity in city of CovIngton or Newport. Write at once. Rawleigh's, Dept. KYJ 20-105, Freeport. 111.

ON 20 EXAMPLES MONTH OF PAYMENT PLAN LOANS At Personal Cash we say "yes" You Get 229.83 300.00 to 4 out of 5. Outsiders not 141.46 0 loons Loons periods Above Monthly Repay of exempt in other payments $10 from proportion, amounts Fed. cover $16 Reg. or for W. Applies everything! $20.60 other (10) to ment tomers involved.

Over date a last You and million year. choose amount. satisfied Come best pay- cus- in, pc phone, or write today--and see Loans $25 to $300 why! Personal THAT LIKES FINANCE TO SAY CO. 4 convenient -which is nearest you? -Personal Finance of Covington, Incorporated 11 W. Pike St.

(W. of Madison 5130 NEWPORT- Personal Finance of Newport, Incorporated 28 E. 8th St. (near Monmouth 8 5511 Ohio offices Loans $25 to $1000 DOWNTOWN Floor, 433 Main CHerry 5144 CINCINNATI 2nd Leverone 4 West 7th MAin 1518 (2 Offices) Loans made to residents of all surrounding towns put cosh in your pocket Let ug know how much extra cash you need for Fall clothes, car repairs, winter's FOR ALL YOUR fuel supply and other Fall expenses. We'll FALL see that you get the money promptly.

Stop in any time. If you telephone first and RESERV-A-LOAN we'll have your Fall EXPENSES cash waiting. Ola Common Sense to See Commonwealth LOAN Established 1887 3 W. SIXTH COVINGTON. Second Floor, Room 200, Southwest Corner 98 Sixth and Madison.

Phone COlonial 9950. FASTE SERVICE WHEN YOU PHONE FIRST Community FINANCE CORPORATION 615 MADISON AVENUE, Cor. Pike Covington, Telephone HEmlock 5543 Of $25 tO $250 PERSONAL or and more women, to mer siDe LOANS no gle or co-singers; married; pri vate. DEPENDABLE LOAN SERVICE, INC. 2d Floor, Goodwill 501 Madison JU 4690-Bro, Puttmann, Mgr.

Female Help Wanted -17 CARE for 2 children and light housework duties. 941 Putnam Street, Newport. white or colored, in exchange for HOUSEWORK Lone, settled woman. good permanent home and protection. small pay.

Must be honest and dependable; references. CO 3767. LAUNDRY HELP Experienced or Inexperienced. KAY'S LAUNDRY 208 GREENUP COVINGTON. MIDDLE- Catholic lady to care for elderly lady; some light housework; more for home than wages.

Reply Box E5, Ky. Post. WOMEN are earning $2 to $3 per hour taking orders for the Avon Christmas gift line. Apply at once. CO 7003.

WOMAN To take care of elderly lady; reference. Call between and 9 p. m. HE 0525. Male, Female W'ted-17a ALL- kitchen help; short order cooking experience; cooking preferred.

Colonial Inn, Alexandria Pike. HI 9920. PUNCH PRESS OPERATORS -Men or women, factory experience necessary. Wadsworth Electric Manufacturing. 20 W.

11th Covington. Sits. Wanted, Male -18 LIGHT machine shop or assembly work, experienced. 40-hour weeK preferred. HE 5417.

PAINTING--Inside and outside. Kemtone, graining, cleaning, roofing; reasonable; reliable; equipped. Call AX 3026. MAKER wants work; my home, your store. Write Box K-9, care Ky.

Post. 2 Sits. Wanted, Female -19 EXPERIENCED COOK wants part time restaurant work, evenings. Call AX 8500, ask for Mrs. Jennings.

MIDDLE-AGED white lady, day or hour work, ironing, child care or aged cripple. References. HE 5573. PRACTICAL nursing, invalids, convalescents, also nurse's aid calls; good care; good reference. AX 7874.

PRACTICAL nursing; prefer eiderly person; stay or go; reference exchanged. JU 2190 after 8 p. m. RESTAURANT WORK, KITCHEN HELPER. CALL JU 9939.

WANTED-Baby sitting; experienced. Call at 423 Bakewell-st, Covington, first floor. WILL DO WASHING and ironing in my home. JU 0584. WILL CARE for child in my home while mother works.

1414 Scott Covington, 2nd floor. Room and Board -21 WILL BOARD BABIES BY WEEK. Reference, JU 8594. Furnished Rooms -22 A SLEEPING room, second floor, front; men only. 416 Greenup.

JU 8933. A CLEAN housekeeping room, hot, cold water; Frigidaire; adults. 8 1041 Banklick. ATTRACTIVE SLEEPING ROOM FOR MEN. 1819 GREENUP COVINGTON.

CLEAN sleeping room; steam heat; 8 near bus; one single and one twin. 13 E. 24th-st, Covington. COVINGTON-2-room modern apartment. private bath; reference.

2021 Greenup Street. COVINGTON-2 rooms, electric refrigerator and all conveniences, $16 week. 1821 Madison, HE 0389. Call after 3 p. m.

LARGE sleeping room for gentleman, modern home, good location, near bus. 1806 Scott, Covington. JU 6010 LATONIA- light housekeeping rooms; Frigidaire; convenient location for working girls. 3156 Clifford. HE 3786.

LUDLOW-Free rent; 3 rooms, in exchange for boarding father and son. 244 Elm-st. NEWPORT- Two large rooms; nicely furnished; electric refrigerator; $12 a week. 854 Patterson. HE 9268.

EL 0719. SLEEPING room in conveniently located private home; 1 middle-aged lady cnly. AX 6612. TWO cheerful, front housekeeping rooms: refrigerator and utilities furnished. 3156 Clifford, Latonia.

WELL KEPT sleeptag room, private home, near Ritte's Corner, Latonia. AX 2582. 611 MAIN bath, two Frigidaire; large rooms. very clean; everything furnished; adults. WELL KEPT sleeping room for man only, in private home, and good neighborhood.

HE 8231. For Rent, Lease, Sale -30 FOR SALE CONCRETE GARAGE, ON PEARL-ST, COVINGTON. JU 3525. Halls for Rent -30a THE STEP-IN CAFE is available for private parties and weddings. Can seat 250 people.

For cates call HE 9452. Radio, Musical MOTOROLA table model television, in- and enlarger; new picture tube and other new parts; $75. VETERANS USED FURNITURE HE PIANO STORE, 8348. FOR 232 W. Ninth STEWART- Newport.

SALE-316 ST, COVINGTON JU 5494. Wearing Apparel -34 SKATE SHOES Lady's white Goodyear welt, size 6, like new; carrying case, very reasonable, AX 2302. Household Goods -35 INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER REFRIGERATOR 20995. 35995 Easy Terms- Liberal Trade-In Allowance PIKE ST. APPLIANCE 228 Pike HE 9802 Elec.

Washers-350 Parts and Repairs FOR MOST ALL MAKES SEWING MACHINES, SWEEPERS, WASHERS. FREE ESTIMATES "Where Repairing Is a Business Not a Sideline." ENGLAND'S 909 MADISON-CO 3271 A BEAUTIFUL walnut dining room HI 4711. living room suite. $39: Frigidaire. $39.

505 York-st. Newport. 1330 Hazen Covington. HE 2834. rocking chair, twin wash tubs, LARGE living room couch, good Sellers kitchen cabinet, $25.

suite, $69; metal wardrobe, $15; ADMIRAL Dores, dition: CHAMBERS can 746 be AX GAS RADIO Central made 7203. into RANGE. Phono bed, Newport. $10. Fred CONOMICAL CAL LATEST Singer Console electric sewing machine.

Pay balance due, $5.57 per month. HE 0491. LAWSON couch, lounge chair, ottoHE leaf OIL 3rd OIL $12. 8382. water NICE, PIANO, 3-ROOM tor; man, new: large sonable.

Excellent CHAIRS, 0504. floor. RESTAURANT table, HE pump ovens, MODERN CONVERSION dining REFRIGERAOR-Small kneehole reasonable. 411 westinghouse 8382. COLEMAN CO JU ERLANGER for maple $65; LEATHER condition; table, Scott desk, 6362.

5930. TABLE Stove, Call cistern, OIL chest. 6 BURNER 6230. side-oven refrigerator, after gateleg AND SEATS. chairs; $45.

6-burner, HEATER- 6 reasonable. demonstra- Covington, p. FOUR range, drop- Shel- $40; Like HE rea- 10. 2 RESULTS? Crosley vador; reasonable. AX 8694, after 6 p.

m. THREE pair of ladies' shoes, 1 size 9, 2 size CO 1610, after 6 p. m. CO 6178. TWO ROOMS of furniture, complete, fet, reasonable.

Also tuffed matWALNUT dining room tabel and butperfect condition; $299. Terms. Call WANTED furniture. TO JU 2488. BUY Used USE tresses.

DIxie 7923W. 9-PIECE mahogany dining room suite with breakfront china cabinet. Call AX 0570. and 2 9-PIECE Simmons dresser. walnut bed Call AX and dining 5130.

spring, room suite, vanity THE Sewing Machines -36 SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS IN YOUR HOME. ALL WORK GUARANTEED SINGER SEWING CENTER 528 Madison. HE 0491 Miscellaneous tor Sale 37 200,000 Ft. LUMBER BRAND NEW All sizes and lengths, get your order in early, we deliver, 2300 Alexandria Pike, Newport. HE 2300, AX 2160.

A 38-FOOT cruiser, "Mathews." Sterling engine, well equipped; first class condition. For information call HE 9452. LIKE NEW, BAR FRONT 1 AND BACK. HE 8691 BOYS' and girls' bicycles, 28-inch, both for $25: boys' suits, age 12, two trousers, age 16, $10. HE 4052.

COPPER tubing fittings, good stock, all sizes, retail or wholesale. Sunsheins. 706 Monmouth, Newport. J. C.

HIGGINS Model 20 12-gauge pump gun, changeable bore, $50. 2 Warm Morning heating stoves, good condition, $15 each or both for $25. 1023 York, Newport, first floor. DUO-THERM gas heater, 65,000 B. T.

Hepplewhite style, walnut fniish, equipped with automatic thermostat and blower, $125. Also coal Heatrola, 4 or 5-room size, $25. 526 Bakewell Covington, Ky. GAS conversion burner, used 2 seasons, excellent condition: wired ready to install, $35. CO 0173.

LARGE ESTATE gas Heatrola; save 14" Delta band saw, complete with motor. 526 Madison-av, Covington. FOOTBALL EQUIPMENT Helmet, shoulder pads, hip pads, pants, shoes and cleats, hockey ice skates; all in very good condition; leaving for army; sell all for $15. Call AX 5205. OIL HEATER-4-room size, used 3 months, $45.

Independence 7115. Call after 12 noon. SHOTGUN, 12-GAUGE-Double, hammerless, recoil pad, box of shells; bargain, $27 50. AX 3982. SHOTGUN-20-gauge, 2 boxes shells; 7-piece Jr.

dining room suite. Call HE 5433. SODA FOUNTAIN ONE-HALF PRICE: TWO YEARS OLD. JU 4626, WASHING MACHINE, $25: Hoover sweeper, $10; fur coat, $15; all in good shape. Call CO 6161.

ZENITH radio, two overcoats, size 40, cheap. 1019 Lee Street, Covinston. 3 Food, Plants, Fruit -37b COOKING CIDER APPLES WESTERMAN FRUIT RIDGE FARM Amsterdam Road at entrance to WCKY Towers. DI 7066W. Bring baskets.

APPLES CHAS. Winter pears, GOETZ apple SONS. cider. Winters Cold Spring, Ky. HI 1220.

APPLES and sweet cider for sale. On U. S. 27. 1 mile south of Cold Springs.

HI 4106. GET YOUR fall apples; with each bushel goes a bouquet of Dahlias. Bryan Armstrong, Independence, Station Road. TURKEYS- -The cheapest meat you can buy; 50c lb. Come and get 'em.

Box 305 Decoursey Pike. Ind. 6361. INYM: NOINO OIL PROGRESS WEEK- -This is "Oil Progress Week," according to a proclamation signed by Newport Mayor James E. Deckert.

Shown at the signing are, seated: Mayor Deckert and City Manager Malcolm Rhoads. Standing, Hubert King, Standard Oil Al Howe, Howe Oil Masonic Lodge Is 100 Years Old (Continued from Page One, moved' to California, where the present Masonic Temple was erected. The lodge now has 60 members. history of the lodge, which being compiled by J. D.

Elam, Col. Henry Hunt Mayo, who was then master of the Licking Valley Lodge, Newport, instituted the Mayo Lodge. Col. Mayo also instituted Robert Burns Lodge in 1848 and later accepted the charter of the old Licking Valley Lodge. Col.

Mayo, born Jan. 17, 1810, died in Covington 4, 1877. His father, Daniel Mayo was first postmaster in Newport in 1796 and later served as Cincinnati postmaster. Members of the Mayo family were among the first settlers to locate in Newport. Seventh street was originally named Mayo avenue and Mayo Circle in South Newport was named in honor of the Mayo family.

The lodge's history will contain historical highlights of the county, co the founding of various communities and accounts of the original turnpikes in the county. Recall Military Funeral One of the military funerals conducted by the Mayo Lodge was given to two of California's outstanding citizens, who served as officers in the Confederate Army during the civil conflict. They were Capt. William Corbin and his aide, Lt. James McGraw.

The two California sons fell victims of the proclamation of Gen. Burbridge of the Union forces, who ordered that any confederate soldier found in the area be "treated as "spies. It was on a weekend that Capt Corbin and Lt. McGraw returned for a brief visit from the fighting front when they were captured. Later, they were transferred to Camp Dennison, and were shot as spies by the Union forces.

Their bodies were returned here and military rites conducted by Mayo Lodge. Capt. Corbin was buried on his family lot in California while Lt. McGraw was buried in the old Baptist Cemetery at Flagg Springs. Capt.

Corbin was a great uncle of Ray Corbin, present secretary of Mayo Lodge. EDITOR, THE KENTUCKY POST: My attention has been called to a new project for the City of Covington that smacks of rotteness. It calls for razing of property; between the Ohio River the north and Fourth street on the south and extends from Madison avenue to Main street. This is for the purpose of having a new housing unit. And what taxes does a housing unit pay to the City of Covington? Not a nickle.

And the taxes that would have been paid on the same do certainly run to more than a nickle. As a result the taxpayers have to foot this loss. The assessed value of the property as given in the papers is stated to be about $300,000 and the real estate folks list it as about $800,000. In order to replace the same elsewhere- using the same type structure and material would run into the millions of dollars, considering the present cost of building. Of course the materials that would be saved for the bidders for the same would make a nice figure upon which they could make a huge profit and so the bidders would be for such a move.

The government repealed on March 3, 1891, the right of preexemption that gave to the prop-. verty owner some rights. Now look at the property that will have to be razed to fit in with the rotteness program. And the city commissioners acceded to the same rotteness. I wonder if the city commissioners have ever visited the part of this city to be razed? If they had they should realize that we have many fine old homes and two churches as well as some fine factories in the same.

It might be a good thing for this community and elsewhere to awaken and "turn the rascals out" which was a campaign slogan years ago and should now be adopted by us before we ape the damnable Communistic government of 0 Stalin- wind up as have the various millions who have hugged him to their hearts. CHAS. WAUGH REYNOLDS, COVINGTON. J. M.

Cox, Gulf Refining and D. P. Carroll, Standard Oil Co. "I wish to direct the attention of our citizens to a study of the contribution and service the oil men who live among us make to our public, social, business and private life," Mayor Deckert said. Deaths Mrs.

Anna E. Cannon Requiem High Mass will be sung at 8 a. m. Saturday at St. Mary Cathedral for Mrs.

Anna E. Cannon, following prayers at 7:30 a. m. at the Linnemann funeral home, Covington. Burial will be in St.

Mary Cemetery. The Ladies Society of the church, of which Mrs. Cannon was a member, will 'hold services at 8:30 p. m. Friday at the funeral home.

Mrs. Cannon, who was 75, died late Wednesday at St. Elizabeth Hospital. She lived at 515 W. street, Covington.

She leaves one son, Frank J. (Bud) Cannon, Covington; one sister, Mrs. Louise Moss, Ft. Mitchell; three grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren. Daniel Brown Services will be held at 10:30 a.

m. Friday at the Bullock funeral home, Ludlow, for Daniel Brown, 50 Kenner street, Ludlow, 60-year-old retired conductor for the Southern Railway, who died Tuesday. Burial will be at Danville. A resident of Ludlow for more than six years, Mr. Brown had been employed by the railroad for approximately 35 years.

He leaves his widow, Mrs. Mary Brown; three daughters, Mrs. Martha Foley, Ludlow; Mrs. Mary Jo Battle, Birmingham, and Mrs. Jane Baker, Houston, son, Blackwell Brown, Rounoke, four brothers, a sister and three grandchildren.

Mrs. Hilda Zang Requiem High Mass will be sung at 9 a. m. Saturday at St. Bernard Church for Mrs.

Hilda Marguerite Zang, 324 Fifth avenue, Dayton, who died Wednesday at St. Elizabeth Hospital. Prayers will be said at 8:30 a. m. at the Betz funeral home, Newport.

Burial will be in St. Stephen Cemetery. Mrs. Zang, who was 50, was a sister of Dr. Leo C.

Sauter, Campbell county coroner. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p. m. Friday. Members of the Daughters of Isabella will hold services there at 8 p.

m. Fred Fessler Sr. Requiem High Mass will be sung at 9 a. m. Friday at Corpus Christi Church for Fred Fessler 1020 Orchard street, Newport, who died Tuesday at St.

Elizabeth Hospital. Prayers will be said at 8:30 a. m. at the Radel funeral home, Newport. Burial will be in St.

Stephen Cemetery. Mr. Fessler, who was 70, leaves a son, Fred Fessler Newport; three brothers, Frank Fessler, Newport; George Fessler, Cold Spring, and Andrew Fessler, Richmond, two sisters, Mrs. Anna Hilberg, Camp Springs, and Mrs. Margaret Vogel, Melbourne; four grandchildren and one greatgrandchild.

Miss Maye Hostetler Services were to be held at 1 p.m. Thursday at the Allison Rose funeral home, Covington, for Miss Maye Hostetler, 121 Second street, Silver Grove, who collapsed and died at her home Monday. Burial will be at Maysville. Dr. Leo Sauter, Campbell county coroner, said Miss Hostetler, who was 50, died of a heart attack.

She was an employe of the Globe Tailoring Cincinnati. She leaves two sisters, Mrs. John Boggs, with whom she made her home, and Mrs. Joseph R. Bennett, Covington; a brother, Frank Hostetler, Venice, and a stepbrother, Robert Bunton, Covington.

Schools Remain Status Quo When Area Is Annexed Special to The Post. FRANKFORT, Oct. 19. If a city annexes its suburbs, such annexation does not include the schools, Assistant Atty. Gen.

W. Owen Keller has explained to Jewell Minton, of Mayfield. Minton wrote that he lives in an area annexed by the city last June and asked what his status is. as to city or county school districts. Keller explained that until the school district boundaries are changed, residents of the newly annexed area should continue to pay county school taxes.

He added that they should pay all city taxes, except the school tax, and their children should go to a county school or pay tuition if they attend a city school Steinfords Open Annual Drive for Toys Continuing a good deed they began 25 years ago, Mr. and Mrs. George Steinford of 513 W. Sixth street, Covington, are making plans now to distribute toys and dolls to needy children at Christmas. Mr.

and Mrs. Steinford, anticipating a great demand, issued an appeal for used toys, dolls, along with doll heads, arms and legs. The couple repairs and paints the toys and dolls and makes them like new. If the articles are to be collected, the donor should call Mr. Steinford at JUniper 2790.

They also may be taken directly to the Steinford home. Hardesty Challenges Spence on Legislation A challenge was hurled Wednesday night by Thomas W. Hardesty, Republican candidate for Congress, to Rep. Brent Spence, veteran Democratic legislator, to explain provisions of the Spence act, which he termed "Communistic legislation." Mr. Hardesty was honored at a meeting of the Campbell County Republican Club.

In demanding an explanation of the act, Mr. Hardesty said the only explanation made thus far by Rep. Spence is that the administration wanted it. Mr. Hardesty made a general attack on the national administration for its "excessive Albert Howe, club president, ch.S troduced Mr.

Hardesty. Campbell-co Dems Map Drive for Votes An all-out effort will be made by the Democratic campaign committee and party leaders to retain the Campbell county majority for Gov. Earle C. Clements in his race for U. S.

senator on Nov. 7, A. J. Jolly and Mrs. Clara Docter, chairmen of the campaign, said Wednesday night at an organization meeting at the Newport Courthouse.

A countywide drive will be made during the closing weeks of the campaign to bring every available voter to the polls, Mr. Jolly said. Thaxter Sims, state chairman of the Gov. Clements' campaign, addressed the large gathering of party leaders and committeemen and women. Refer Couple's Case To Probation Council Cases of a former Covington couple charged with possessing stolen goods were referred to the probation council when they entered guilty pleas before Judge Joseph P.

Goodenough in Kenton Circuit Court Thursday. The couple, registered as Walter Baker, 24, and his wife, Mrs. Gloria Powers Baker, 20, were taken into custody Wednesday in a log cabin near Warsaw, Ky. Police charged that when the couple was arrested early this year they had in their possession articles taken from Covington stores and homes. Covington Refuse Collection Days Set Winter schedule of collections of garbage and trash in Covington will start Monday, Edward B.

Abbett, city manager, announced Thursday. Mr. Abbett said printed schedules for the winter collections are being distributed throughout the city. During the summer months garbage collections are made twice each week. In the winter, collections 8 are made once each week.

School Honors Local Student Charles Sandusky, son of Mrs. Mattie R. Sandusky, of 21 Sunset place, Winston Park, has been elected chairman of the Aeronautical Engineering Society at Tri-State College at Angola, it was learned here Thursday. He is. a graduate of Holmes High School.

Covington. Wanted to Rent -20 A YOUNG COUPLE urgently need 8 3 or 4-room unfurnished apartment; reasonable rent. CO 0138. Prefer Latonia or Rosedale. COUPLE and young child, desire 3 or 4-room unfurnished apartment.

AX 0019. erence. AX 9349. or aS unfurnished rooms; good refCOUPLE and child urgently need 3 ELDERLY COUPLE would like 2 nice furnished rooms, private bath. JU 4216.

LONE. ELDERLY LADY -Wants light housekeeping furnished room; reliable: reference; near Ritte's Corher. JU 6734. MOTHER AND SON, working, need three-room unfurnished flat, by, Oct. 27.

Call AX 5572. SMALL HOUSE OR APARTMENTBY TWO EMPLOYED ADULTS. CO 3613. THREE or 4 unfurnished rooms; not over $60. Three children.

Call AX 6316. TWO WORKING adults in desperate need of 4 unfurnished rooms by Nov. 5: heat furnished; reasonable; good reference. JU 6576. URGENTLY NEED 4 or 5-room un: furnished house or apartment.

References if required. HI 1714. WANTED- GARAGE IN VICINITY 12TH AND GREENUP. AX 3146, AFTER 5. P.

M. WANTED-5 or 6-room house in Erlanger, Elsmere, Florence. DI 7655R. YOUNG COUPLE and baby, want unfurnished apartment with equipped kitchen, HE 2860. YOUNG couple would like 3 or 4 unfurnished apartment in Campbell county.

Phone CO 9226. Furn. Houses -26 A TWO-ROOM APARTMENT--Near bus line; adults only. 334 Trevorst, Covington. A LARGE ROOM AND KITCHENET- BABY WELCOME.

1350 SCOTT. CO 7804. COVINGTON 3-room furnished apartment for rent. HE 8377, COVINGTON 2 rooms: modern; adults; very nice: $12 week, HE 8733. COVINGTON-3 and 4 rooms; newly furnished; private bath; $18 and $20 per week: 3 rooms, $12: 2 rooms.

$13; adults only. AX 7229. COVINGTON-3 rooms, bath, second floor apartment, private entrance; adults only, no pets. CO 0067. 113 E.

Sixth Street. COVINGTON-2-room efficiency; private bath; adults only; $12.50 week. HE 5004. NEWPORT-3 rooms, private bath and entrance; Frigidaire; $18 week; adults. 813 Liberty.

AX 0460. ONE ROOM AND KITCHENETTE. 38 1606 SCOTT STREET, COVINGTON. PARK HILLS-4 rooms; nicely furnished; conveniently located; gas furnace: everything separate; adults; no pets: $80 month. JU 3816.

SLEEPING room; gentleman: corner house: private home: near St. Elizabeth Hospital. CO 4490. 2-ROOM efficiency; private bath, heat and hot water furnished. HI 0536.

2 CLEAN rooms, private entrance, semi-private bath, garage aVailable. 1010 Second Dayton. JU 2119. Pets, Poultry, Stock -33 COME TO LANG'S PET SHOP Canaries, 5. Parrakeets, Finches, Tropical Fish, Gold Fish, Turtles, Alligators, Monkeys, Hamsters, Guinea Pigs and Dogs.

Bulk and Package Bird Seed, Bird Cages, Aquariums, Fish Bowls, Ornaments, Dip Nets, Sea Grass, etc. LANG'S FEED, SEED PET SHOP 512 Pike Cov. HE 9168 BEAGLE HOUND-2 yrs. old, broke. AX 7031.

BERLING'S Poultry Farm, Box 539. Erlanger road, Erlanger; Fryers, 370 pound: large hens, 29c pound. Special price dressed A poultry for freezers, clubs, parties, etc. Call DI 7805M. co*ckER SPANIELS A sonable.

reaWAbash 9247. GENTLE Guernsey young pure bred cow. Make fine family cow. William S. Rawlins, Alexandria, Ky.

Call Thatcher 6192. TURKEYS FRESH DELIVERED 24 DRESSED HARMS FARM Erlanger 6023R. DI 7804W. TURKEYS 40c LB. DI 7805M KENTUCKY POST WANT AD COLUMNS CALL HE 00ZI.

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