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THE COURIER-JOURNAL, LOUISVILLE, KY WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1944. SECTION 2 WE GET YOU THERE QUICKER With Our Exclusive cfflAffinnEiK iFiLiKEmnrs Scats Available On Our Monday Chartered Flight Destination CINCINNATI U-HoorTrip) DAYTON. OHIO (lH-Hoirlrif) MEMPHIS. TENN.. Wednesday, Nov. iVi Hoar Trip.) Modern Planes Experienced Pilots (No Priority Required) Tor Complete Details Phone HI 1015 KENTUCKY AIR TRANSPORT . Incorporated Administration Bldg. Bowman Field Fare Tax Total $9.00 $1.35 $10.35 $12.50 $1.88 $14.38 $46.00 $6.90 $52.90 Band Trip 2 hast States to Be Urged to Join Ohio River Sanitation Compact Pennsylvania Is Chief Holdout 2Z aoH fif:sr .in m.rfTm s A luscious, old-fashioned lemon filling all made and jready to pour right into your pie shell! Freshly mode' with pure lemon juice, fresh eggs, sugar according Co a -prize old-time home recipe. Ask for it at your food store. Straight from the bottle Ml I JJ TJ i-ifs Louisville's ace re- 1 0 fresher. Cool, bubbling, de- IJ f licious it's invigorating. World- I famous for flavor it's all over town 11 ( JjX AT BEVERAGE COOLERS EVERYWHERE fen (cceieSsX Efforts to persuade Pennsylvania and Virginia to join the Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Compact created to clear the Ohio River of pollution will be made at an informal meeting to be held the latter part of this month, Hudson Biery, assistant secretary, announced yesterday. Meantime, Henry Gerber, president of the Louisville Water Company, emphasized that Louisville water is absolutely safe to drink, even though it may have an unpleasant taste and color." Gerber said he will go to Cincinnati tomorow or Friday to discuss with Carl Eberling, general manager of the Cincinnati Water Company, possible joint action by Louisville and Cincinnati against industries dumping untreated waste in the river, thus causing pollution. Biery said in a telephone conversation with Dr. P. E. Black-erby. State health commissioner, yesterday, representatives of several states in the compact have suggested Pittsburgh as an excellent place for the November meeting. Authorized Seven Years Ago. Only Pennsylvania and Virginia have failed to ratify the compact. "Virginia probably will ratify it with little or no difficulty," Biery said, "but Pennsylvania is reluctant. "They are very frank about it the Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce in a formal resolution opposing Pennsylvania joining the compact explained tht it would cost the state more than it would derive in benefits." States that have joined are New York. Illinois, Ohio, West Virginia, Kentucky and Indiana. The compact was authorixed seven years ago. The lower house of the Pennsylvania State Legislature has approved joining the compact on three different occasions in the last six years, but the Senate rejected the idea. "Public officials explained they oppose Pennsylvania joining until they have all the facts," Biery said. Facts Are Now In Hand. "Now the U. S. Public Health Service has completed a survey of every source of pollution of the Ohio River even including con-tributary streams at a cost of $600,000. "They have prepared a 1, 500-page report. Certainly all the facts are in that . I don't see how Pennsylvania can hold back any longer, at least on those grounds." Then Denies Killing of Wac C7 The Caarier-Jaarnal Indianapolis B areas. Indianapolis, Oct. 31. William "Larry" Luallen, 32-year-old convict who previously declared his former wife, Mrs. Winona Luallen, had admitted killing Wac Cpl. Maoma Little Ridings in a hotel room here, today admitted slaying the Wac but later repudiated the statement, Sheriff Otto W. Pitt said tonight. The sheriff said the man would be questioned further but indicated he would be returned soon to the Michigan City State Prison to serve out his sentence. Luallen also has retracted his statement accusing his divorced wife of the slaying after lie detector tests applied to both him and Mrs. Luallen indicated, Detective Russell Chatham said, that he was not telling the truth while his former wife was truthful in denying any connection with the killing. Amateurs Fail to Crack 3 Safes; Wreck Offices Amateurs were blamed by police yesterday for unsuccessful efforts to crack safes at three business places Monday night. . Offices of Tony's Flower Shop, 404 E. Broadway; Troxell Roofing Company, 1225 S. 15th, and the Ohio Theater, 657 S. 4th, were wrecked after the amateurs were unable to break into the safes after knocking off combinations, police reported. A $40 overcoat and an electric razor were taken from the theater office, Fort P. Tracy, 2336 Murray, reported. j Fireman Fined A fine of two days' pay was ordered yesterday for Fireman LaTour B. King, Negro, who sent apparatus to the wrong box Monday night. King, on watch, confused boxes 45 and 54, sending apparatus to 10th and Walnut instead of 5th and Broadway. Fire Chief John Krusenklaus recommended the fine. Refugees Reach New Zealand. Wellington, N. Z., Oct. 31 UP) More than 700 homeless children, war refugees from Poland, arrived in New Zealand today as guests for the duration of the war. Charters Granted Frankfort, Kv., Oct. 31 (APt-The Owl Insulating Company of Owemboro, capitalized at $17,000 to deal in storm sash, air conditioning equipment and heating supplies, was chartered today. Incorporators were V. E. and N. E. Anderson and Robert M. BeU . Bowline Green Motors of Bowline: Green, capitalized at $3,000 as a sales and service company, was chartered by H. W. Potter, O. L. Kirk and E. Gray Smith. The Planters Bank of Mortons Gap amended its charter to authorize increasing; Its capital stock from $15,000 to $20,000. Convict Admits, Kentucky Edison Seeks Right To Extend Lines to Salt Lick For U. S. ALBEN W. Senator BARKLEY For Vlco President HARRY S. TRUMAN For President FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT AEJNIE Cannot Win An Election! It Takes VOTES! The election is NOT "in the bag"! Complacency and overconfi-dence in the outcome can LOSE the election jeopardize the PEACE and undermine national unity, before the war is won, IF you sit back and take a Democratic victory for granted. You must WORK and VOTE for it! If we are to counteract the poisonous deception of the Republican candidates, and their highly organized and financial drive for votes, every man and woman in America who believes in the Democratic candidates and their high principles, must WORK unceasingly, and vote unfalteringly for these men. Get Out and VOTE! . . . It's Your American Duty! KENTUCKY DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE N Political Advertisement. Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 31 (P) Kentucky Edison Electric Company, Stanton, today based a plea for authority to extend its lines from Frenchburg to Salt Lick on the ground it could thus gain possible connections'1 with Kentucky Utilities lines for emergencies. Harry Peet, president and general manager of Kentucky Edison, told the Kentucky Public Service Commission his company depended upon electric power from a lone gas-powered generator which might have to be abandoned. ' 70 Customers Affected. He added that his company hoped to serve a possible seventy customers not now receiving electric service along the proposed 4-mile line. Fleming-Mason Rural Electric Co-operative intervened, pleading that it already had started construction of a substation connection with K. U. at Olympia Springs which could be made available to Kentucky Edison for temporary emergencies. K. U. did not enter a "formal protest but pointed out that part of the line was contemplated in an application already pending before the commission. Bid Termed 'Tangled. Commission Chairman J. J. Greenleaf accepted the testimony with the reservation that involved companies might be called back to "unravel" what ho termed a "tangled" 8-way bid for the permit. Under the same application, Kentucky Edison asked authority to build lines from Rogers in Wolfe County to the Lee County line, a distance of six and one-half miles, and from a point in Menifee County toward Jef-fersonville four and one-half miles along Highway 40. The Wolfe County project was not protested, but K. U. pleaded that its pending application included the latter line. British Cross Ronco In Italy Rome, Oct. 31 (fP) Indian troops of the British Eighth Army have consolidated a half-mile deep bridgehead across the Ronco River near Meldola, seven miles south of Forli, German strong point on the" lateral Bologna-Rimini highway, the Allied Command announced today. Polish troops ran Into strong German prepared positions at Caminato which slowed their drive on Forli. Action on the American Fifth Army front immediately south and southeast of Bologna was confined to patrol activities. Along the Ligurian Coast, Brazilian expeditionary force troops captured a 2,800-foot peak in the face of heavy enemy machine-gun fire. I I I I EXCLUSIVE APPLICATORS FOR BLOWN-IN INSULATION The Greatest Name In Insulation FOR NEW and OLD HOMES No Down Payment Fret Estimates KENTUCKY TERMINIX CO. 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