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   Hamilton Daily News Journal (Newspaper) - November 1, 1958, Hamilton, Ohio                                HAMILTON, OHIO, JOURNAL -THE DAILY NEWS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1951 Here Are Sample Ballots For Election On Tuesday, November 4th SAMPLE BALLOT SAMPLE BALLOT 1 PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT METROPOLITAN FEDERATIONS (Propoied by Retolution of the General Assembly of Ohio) A majority affirmative vote it nece��ary for passage. Proposing to amend Article X of the Constitution of the State of Ohio by adopting Sectiont 3 and 6 to read as follows: Sec. 5. In the entire area of any county in which the most populous city hnsed upon the latest preceding federal decennial census has a population of more than fifty thousand, a metropolitan federation of all townships, municipalities, and the county may be formed by charter to serve the entire area. In any lesser area within one county which area includes the most populous city of such county which, based upon the latest preceding federal decennial census has a population of more than fifty thousand, a metropolitan federation of townships or municipalities or both may be formed by charter to serve such area. Within the area proposed to be included in the metropolitan federation, the legislative authority of the most populous city or the Board of County Commissioners of the county may, by a two-thirds vote of its members, or shall, upon a petition stating the area to be included and signed by the number of electors of such stated area not less in number than ten per cent of the total number of voles cast for governor at the last preceding election therefor, by resolution stating the area to be included, submit to such electors of the area the question, "Shall a metropolitan federation charter commission bo choten>'-The question shall be voted upon at the next general or primary election, occurring not sooner than ninety days after the adoption of the resolution. The ballot containing the question shall bear no party designation, and provision shall be made thereon for the election from the area at large of fifteen electors of such area as such commission if a majority of the electprs voting on the question shall have yoted in the affirmative. Candidates for such commission shall be nominated by petition of not less than one hundred and not more than five hundred electors of the metropolitan area, which shall be filed with the election authorities not less than sixty days prior to such election. Candidates shall be declared elected in the order of the number of votes received, beginning with the candidate receiving the largest number: but not more than seven i candidates residing in the same municipality or township shall be eligible to be declared elected. Within twelve months after its election, such commission shall frame a charter for the area stated in the resolution and shall then by resolution order the submission of the same to the electors of such area. Such charter shall be voted upon in such area at the next general election occurring not sooner than ninety days after the adoption of the resolution, and the commission shall mail or otherwise distribute a copy thereof to each of the electors of the area as far as may be reasonably possible. Every such charter shall provide the form of government of the metropolitan federation and hall determine which of its officers shall bo elected and the manner of their election. Any such charter thrill designate the powers vested in and the duty or duties to be performed by the metropolitan federation. Any such charter shall provide for the election by the electors of the metropolitan federation of the officers exercising legislative powers thereunder and the principal officer-exercising executive powers thereunder. Such charter may provide for the exercise by the federation of any of the powers vested by the Constitution or laws of Ohio in townships and municipalities and in counties where an entire county is to be included within the area. Only such powers as are designated in the charter may be exercised by the federation and those powers not designated shall be reserved to the townships, municipalities, and any county, included therein. Such charter may provide for the concurrent or exclusive exercise by the metropolitan federation, in all or part of its area, of all or aay of the designated powers. It may provide for the succession by the federation to the rights, properties, and obligations of townships, municipalities, and any county therein incident to the township, municipal and county power vested in the federation, and for the division of the federation into districts for purposes of administration or of taxation or of both. Notwithstanding anything contained in any other article of this constitution, township and municipal powers and duties and the powers and duties of snf county included in the area may be delegated to the metropolitan federation and to the extent that tuch powers and duties are so delegated as provided in the charter, such metropolitan federation shall participate in the distribution of township, municipal, and county revenues. No tuch charter or amendment thereto shall become effective until it shall have been approved by a majority of thote voting thereon (I) in the entire area included by the provisions of the charter( (2) in the most populous city in the included territory and (3) in the area outside the most populous city, in the area. Every charter or amendments thereto shall take effect on the thirtieth day after tuch approval unlets another date be fixed therein. A copy of such charter or amendment shall be filed with the aecretary of state. The legislative authority provided in the charter, may, by a two-thirds vote or shall upon petition tigned by the number of electors of tuch area not less in number than ten per cent of the total, number of votes cast for governor in the area at the last preceding election therefor, tub* mit amendments to the charter to the electors of the area for approval or disapproval in the tamo manner provided for the adoption of the charter. Such legislative authority shall mail or,other-wise'distribute a copy thereof to each of the electors of the area at far as may be reasonably possible. When more than one amendment is submitted at the same time, they shall be so tub-mitted to as to enable the electors to vote on each separately. In case of conflict between the provisions of two or more amendments approved at the same time that provision shall prevail which received the highest affirmative vote. Upon petition signed by the number of electors of any municipality or township contiguous to a metropolitan federation within the same county not less in number than ten per cent of the total number of votes cast for governor at the last preceding election therefor, with the consent of the legislative authority of the metropolitan federation, the question "thall the municipality or townthip be joined to the metropolitan federation?" thall be tubmitted to the electors of tuch political subdivision proposed to be joined. In any area contiguous to a metropolitan federation within the same county in which a majority of the electors approve joining the federation, the charter shall become effective. Section 6. The exercise of any power vested in municipal corporations under Article Eighteen of this constitution by any county or metropolitan federation under the provisions of section three or section five of this article thall be subject to the constitutional limitations which apply to municipal corporations. 2 SHALL THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE X OF THE CONSTITU. TION TO PERMIT VOTERS IN A METROPOLITAN AREA WITHIN A COUNTY CONTAINING A CITY OF S0.000 POPULATION TO FORM A FEDERATION OF CONTIGUOUS TOWNSHIPS AND MUNICIPALITIES WHERE THE MOST POPULOUS MUNICIPALITY IS INCLUDED, AND TO FORM A FEDERATION WHICH MAY INCLUDE THE COUNTY GOVERNMENT IF THE ENTIRE AREA OF THE COUNTY IS INCLUDED, SUCH FEDERATION TO EXERCISE THE POWERS AND DUTIES DESIGNATED BY A CHARTER, FRAMED BY AN ELECTED COMMISSION, AND APPROVED BY A MAJORITY OF THOSE VOT ING IN THE LARGEST MUNICIPALITY, AND A MAJORITY IN THE BALANCE OF THE AREA OUTSIDE SUCH MUNICIPALITY, BE ADOPTED? PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT RELATIVE TO CONTRACTS AND PRACTICES OF EMPLOYERS AND LABOR ORGANIZATIONS (Proposed by Initiative Petition) A majority affirmative vote it necessary for passage. Proposing to amend Article I of the Constitution of the State of Ohio by adopting a section to be designated as Section la, to read as follows: ARTICLE I Sec. la. No employer or labor organization shall, deny or abridge the right to work by requiring member-thip or non-memberthip in, or payment or non-payment of money to, a labor organization as a condition of employment or continued employment in this state. All agreements in conflict with this section are, to the extent of such conflict, unlawful and of no effect in this ttate. SCHEDULE This amendment thai! take effect at the earliest time permitted by the Constitution: but conduct other-wite made unlawful by this amendment, if authorized, or required by a written agreement theretofore made, thall, notwithstanding this amendment, be lawful during to much of the period of tuch agreement at doet not extend beyond two yean after thit amendment takes effect. YES NO SHALL THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF OHIO, DECLARING UNLAWFUL ANY CONTRACTS AND PRACTICES OF EMPLOYERS AND LABOR ORGANIZATIONS WHEREBY MEMBERSHIP OR NON-MEMBERSHIP IN A LABOR ORGANIZATION, OR PAYMENT OR NON-PAYMENT OF MONEY TO SUCH AN ORGANIZATION ARE MADE A CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT OR CONTINUED EMPLOYMENT, BUT SAVING, FOR NOT MORE THAN TWO YEARS, CONDUCT PURSUANT TO A WRITTEN AGREEMENT MADE BEFORE THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE AMEND-MENT, BE ADOPTED? 1	For Judge of tlie Supreme Court' jj (Full Term Commencing        I January 1, 1959)             1 (Vott for not more than one)                    j	 I		CHARLES B. ZIMMERMAN | I		WILLARD D. CAMPBELL    | IHIIUItlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll	For Judge of the Supreme Court    | (Full Term Commencing        | January 2, 1959)              | (Vott for not more than ont)                    =	 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii		JAMES GARFIELD STEWART | iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii		MERRILL D. BROTHERS    | =	For Judge of the Court of Appeal* I (Full Term Commanelnr February 9, 195�)            h (Vott for not-more than one) '                  |	 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!		JAMES E. O'CONNELL       | iHllllllllllll		RICHARD H. HILDEBRANT | |	For Judge of the County Court     | (Full Ttrm Commenclnr January 1> 1BG0)            | (Vote for not raort than two)                   |	 j		WILLIAM R. HENDRICKSON | 		 		 SAMPLE BALLOT PROPOSED TAX LEVY A sixty percent affirmative vote is necessary for passage VOTE BALLOT WITH AN X An additional lax for the benefit of the Fairfield Township Fire District, Butler County, Ohio, for the purpose of PROVIDING AND MAINTAINING FIRE APPARATUS, APPLIANCES, BUILDINGS OR SITES THEREFOR, OR SOURCES OF WATER SUPPLY AND MATERIALS THEREFOR, OR THE ESTABLISHMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF LINES OF FIRE ALARM TELE-GRAPH, OR THE PAYMENT OF PERMANENT, PART-TIME OR VOLUNTEER FIREMEN OR FIRE FIGHTING COMPANIES, at a rate not exceeding one ( I ) mill for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to ten cents ($0.10) for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for a period of five (5) years, and to be placed upon the tax duplicate for the tax years 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961 and 1962. FOR THE TAX LEVY AGAINST THE TAX LEVY SAMPLE BALLOT PROPOSED BOND ISSUE A fifty-five percent affirmative vote it necessary for passage. VOTE BALLOT WITH AN X SAMPLE BALLOT PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF HAMILTON Submitted by the City Council A majority affirmative vote Is necessary for passage VOTE BALLOT WITH AN X THE QUESTION Shall the Charter of the City of Hamilton, be amended by adopting Section 018.164, to read as follows: Section 018.164.  City Planning Commission:  Organization. The City Planning Commission shall consist of seven members, the Mayor; the City Manager ex-officio) one member of the Hamilton Board of Education who shall be a resident of the City of Hamilton appointed by the City Manager and shall serve for two years; and four citizens of the City who shall serve without compensation and shall be appointed by the City Manager for terms-of four years each; except that the term of one of such members of the first commission shall be for four years, one shall be for three years, one shall be for two years, and one for one year. Shall bonds be issued by the Board of Education of New Miami Local School District, Butler County, Ohio, for the purpose of CONSTRUCTING FIREPROOF SCHOOL BUILDING AND PROVIDING FURNITURE AND FURNISHINGS for said building, in the sum of Nine Hundred Thousand Dollars ($900,000.00) and a levy of taxes be made outside of the ten mill limitation, estimated by the County Auditor to average four and fifty-six hundredths (4.56) mills for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to forty-five and six-tenths cents ($0,456) for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for a maximum period of twenty-three (23) years to-pay the principal and interest of such bonds) FOR THE ADOPTION OF THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT FOR THE BOND ISSUE AGAINST THE BOND ISSUE AGAINST THE ADOPTION OF THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF HAMILTON Submitted by the City Council A majority affirmative vote Is necessary for passage VOTE BALLOT WITH AN X THE QUESTION Shall the Charter of the City of Hamilton be amended by adopting Sections 015.150, 015.151, 015.152, 015.153, 015.154, 015.155,015.156, and 015.157, so as to provide for the separate control of transportation facilities, appointment of a Transit Board, defining the organization, powers and duties of a Transit Board, providing for the establishment of return of fare, financial assistance from General Fund, appointment of general manager, and providing for a separate merit system for transit employees only? FOR THE ADOPTION OF THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT AGAINST THE ADOPTION OF THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT The Ket-Moy Press, Hamilton, Ohio SAMPLE BALLOT PROPOSED TAX LEVY-(RENEWAL AND INCREASE) A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage. VOTE BALLOT WITH AN X A renewal of five (5) mills and an increase of two (2) mills to constitute a tax for the benefit of the Wayne Local School Dittrict, Butler County, Ohio, for the purpose of PROVIDING ADDITIONAL FUNDS FOR THE CURRENT EXPENSES OF SAID SCHOOL DISTRICT, at a rate not exceeding seven (7) mills for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to seventy cents ($0.70) for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for a period of five (5) years, said levy to begin in the tax year 1958, and to be placed upon the duplicate for the tax years 195B, 1959, 1960, 1961 and 1962, FOR THE TAX LEVY AGAINST THE TAX LEVY Twins Learn Their Beauty Is Handicap By DOROTHY ROE NEW YORK Wl-Beauty can bs a handicap-and when it is shared by twins, it may mean double trouble. That is the conclusion of two of the most famous American beauties of our times-Gloria Vanderbilt and Thelma Lady Furness, twin daughters of Harry Hays Morgan, an American career diplomat. After having dazzled international society for more than a quarter of a century, the sisters, both widowed, now live quietly togetber in a New York apartment and are partners in a perfume business. "We're happy," says Lady Furness. "The .tumult and the shouting are over. We haven't much money, but we don't need much." "Double Exposure" The twins, as identical as in their debunante days, wearing smart black dresses almost alike, invited a few members of the press to luncheon the other day, celebrating the publication of their joint autobiography, "Double Exposure." "Gloria wrote part of it and I wrote part," explained Lady Furness. "All our lives people have been saying 'you ought to write a book'-and now we've done it!" The twin biography is a candid and sometimes barbed recital of. their tempestuous lives, which included royal romances and sen-:ational tragedies. Thelma discusses with objective andor her many romances, including her love for the Prince of. Wales, for whom she broke up her marriage with Lord Furness, although they were never divorced. Her account of her many visits with the Prince at Fort Belvedere, achting trips and African safaris in his company, disclose many heretofore unpublished anecdotes including his first meeting with Wallis Simpson, the woman for whom he gave up his throne. "No, I haven't seen much of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor im recent   years,"   says   Thelma. After she has read this book t doubt if Wallis would care to see me." "Look After Him" It was Lady Furness who introduced Mrs. Simpson to the Prince of Wales, she recalls, and she says ruefully that it was a mis take to have asked her friend Wall-is to keep the Prince from being lonely when Thelma went on a trip to America for a tew weeks. On the eve of her departure, says Lady Furness, Mrs. Simpson said: "Oh, Thelma, the little man is going to be so lonely!" Arid she replied: "Well, dear, you look after him for me while I'm aw^y." The autobiography also details the sensational custody trial of 1934, between the aunt and the mother of little Gloria Vanderbilt, and explains why mother Gloria now has none of the Vanderbilt millions, Right now the glamorous twins are abouc to set out Jn a tour o� the country, appearing in a dozen cities to spur interest in both their purfume and their new book. "We're business women now,1* says Gloria. "Maybe we should have discovered earlier how much fun it is -to work," says Thelma, DIVORCE DECREE ASKED BY MARGARET SPICER Margaret Rose Spicer, 3218 Fin-ley St., Middletown, seeks a divorce from Charles Earl Spicer, Middletown, in petition filed in Domestic Relations Court charg. ing neglect and cruelty. She also asks for alimony and custody of three minor children. The couple was married on Feb. 26, 1937 in Covington, Ky. 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