Piqua Daily Call, November 6, 1933, Page 9

Piqua Daily Call

November 06, 1933

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Piqua Daily Call, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1933, Piqua, Ohio MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1933' THE PIQUA DAILY CALt EXPLANATION OF BALLOTS FOR PAGE NINE ELECTORS OF PIQUA GET BUSY Here's the Liit of Ballot to Be Marked Tomor- row, Study the Issues, Be Prepared. FIVE BALLOTS TO BE MARKED AH the Proposals Are De serving of Attention and They Should be Carefully Perused. PIqus electors go to th polls Tuesday they will receive ilv ballots containing the various issue to be determined locally and in. th state. The largest ballot is that con csming the repeal of the. 18th amendment. This ballot is about 1 inches in length and contain of delegates either for ratifl cation or agnir.st ratification wh are pledged to carry out the dec! slon Jo ba handed down the pro hibitlon issue by Ohio voters. Fifty candidates for and agains ratification are named. To vote fi repeal simply mark th.e X in th circle titled "For Ratification" t against, repeal, mark th.e X in the circle titled "Against Ratlflca tlon1." William W. Wood III. Piqua one of the candidates on the slat of delegates pledged for repeal. The second largest ballot to b Elven Piquads contains the stat amendments and the proposal t adopt the old age pension law i Ohio, The first amendment is to per ir.lt the sale and manufacture of iri liquors as a beverage ii the state of Ohio. Those in favor o repeal of the 18th amendment ar expected to vote ''Yes" on this is sue while thoic against repeal ar supposed to vote against the adop tion of this amendment, The second amendment concern the limitation of taxes on veal es iate in the State of Ohio. Approva of this amendment will cut real es tate tax levies from 15 to 10 mills. The third amendment is th county home rule proposal and th fourth one Is the proposed law t provide aid to aged persons in Ohio The smaller of two additiona ballots, is for tte 'continuation o the three-mil! tax levy for schoo purposes in Another balloi is for the election of city commissioners. These ballots as they will appear in the foyr wards follow. FIRST WARD Charles B. Upton Raymtm 0. Lynch For Ward CommissioiiBr Juhn H. French Omar Buscher SECOND WARD Charles B. Upton Baymon O. Lynch For Ward Commissioner Ben Wise THIRD WARD CominissioiiEr-at-Large Charles B. Upton Rayn-.on O. Lynch For Ward Commissioner Logan A. Ftazicr FOURTH WARD Commlssloner-at-Large Charles B. Upton Rayrnon O. Lynch For Wan! Commissioner Vernon R. Oshorn Charles Vosler On the ballots for commissioners, appears the name of Frenk ci Prince, present clerk of the muni- cipal court who is unopposed for rj- elect'.on. The Board of Education ballot contains the names of George Washing, Dr. E. A. Yates and W. H, Koester, who are up for reelection. They are to be elected without op- position for terms of four years each Warren 8. Gravett and Rev. Paul Gehm are the holdover members of the School Board. The candidates for tile school board should be given a splendid vote of'apprecia- tion by the public. Voters In Washington township will receive in addition the ballots for the approval of a bond issue in the township for the erection of a centralized school. IT'S YOUR DOTY! It is the duty of every elector in Piqua to cast a ballot in the election Tuesday. Unless you vote you have no right to kick if the result of the election displeases you. A good citizen is the man or woman who as- sumes a full share of the responsibility in decid- ing public matters at the polls. OFFICIAL CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION BALLOT SAMPLE BALLOT PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES -Ji has Proposed nmendment to constitution of United States which provldts for the repeal at the Eighteenth article of Amendment to the Constitution of the United States; it also provides that the transportation or importation into any Territory or possession of the United States for delivery or use thereto of intoxicating liquor, in violation of the there- of. ia prohibited; it alao providea that thia amendment shall be ratified by convention. ELECTION OF DELEGATES TO THE CONVENTION TO RATIFY THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT. INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS DO NOT VOTE FOB MORE THAN FIFTY-TWO CANDIDATES. To for in favor of ratification, or for all candidates against ratifictUiun, tor atl candidates who intend to remain unpledgBd, make a crosa-mnrk in the CIRCLE. If you do this, make no other mark. To vote for an individual candidate, make a cross-mark in the SQUARE at the left of the name. FOR RATIFICATION Repeal of the 18th Amendment) o JOSEPH N. ACKERMAN MARGARET C. BANNON C. V. BEATTY PAUL B. BELDEN J. FEARNLEY BONNELL H. G. BRUNNER ROBERT J. BULKLEY S. P. BUSH H. P. CARRUTH T. A. CON WAY ZORA S. CUMMINGS S. A. CUNNINGHAM M. R, DENVER FRANK DETRICK JOSEPH H. DOWLING HUGH A. GALT FRANK F. GENTSCH HARRY J. GILLIGAN WILLIS D. GRADISON CHARLES H. GROSS E. H. HANE-FELD J. C. HEINLEIN LOUIS M. HIRSHSON GENEVIEVE G. HOADLY MAYBEL M. HUNTINGTON KEITH LAWRENCE ARTHUR L. L1MBACH JOHN MALICK M AGAINST RATIFICATION (Againit Repeal of the !6th Amendment) o PHILHP R. MATHER McGOWAN HARRY MCLAUGHLIN CHARLES F. MICHAEL JOHN M. MILLER HAROLD G. MOSIBR LAURENCE H. NORTON WM. 0-NEIL CARL F. ORTH JOHN W. PATTISON ATLEE POMERENE MIRA STEELE PRINTZ W. H. PURCELL WILLIAM HUNT ROBBINS ALEXANDER B. ROE 11 A. P. ROGGE H GRACE CHAPMAN ROSE JOHN E. SATER M T. R. SCHOONOVER SIDNEY G. STRICKER LOCKWOOD W. S. WHITTAKER JAMES P. WILSON WM. W. WOOD, HI DOW AIKIN UNPLEDGED o .ARTHUR T. ARNOLD CHARLES A. BAME W. J. BANKES H. G. BATES JOHN T. BREECE JOHN H. CLARK A. R. CLIPPINGER DAHL B. COOPER J. HARRY COTTON MICHAEL J. CUMMINS JAMES W. DEFFENBAUGH W. D. DITMARS JAMES S. FRAME JOHN C. FUHR ERNEST HALL ELIZABETH HAYMAKER A. L. HOOVER H. T. HOUF W. H. HUBBELL SILAS E. HURIN MINNIE G. JAMISON J. W. JOHNSON W. F. KIRK C. V. LEACH GLENN MASSMAN ELMER McCLAIN HARRY B. McCONNELL HENRY P. MILLER WADE E. MILLER LEVI MINNICH OSBORNE MITCHELL ROBERT N. MONTGOMERY ELBERT W. MOORE LAWRENCE R. PUGH FLORENCE D. RICHARD M. C. ROBINSON VIOLA D. ROMANS EVA ROSENBERGER HOWARD HYDE RUSSELL P. E. SELBY CLARON L. SHAFER WILLIAM H. SHELDON DELLA M. SLAGLE H. LESTER SMITH EDMUND D. SOPER EDWARD R. STAFFORD A. R. WEBBER JOHN CLARK WILLIAMS g ALLIE D. WILLIS JOHN G. WORJLEY HARVEY O. YODER Attend The Piqua Call Election Party Tuesday Evening at the Call Office UNOFFICIAL QUESTIONS OR ISSUES BALLOT SAMPLE NON-PARTISAN BALLOTS SAMPLE PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF Commiflsioner-at-Large PROVIDE FOB THE QHANTINO 0. STATE OF OHIO UNDER CFJITAIN IS HD ooNDrnoNa" BECOME A LAW? Ward Commissioner (Vote for not than SCHOOL R. I i PROPOSED INCREASE IN TAX i pi An additional tax for the benefit ol the Piqua City School District for the purpose of .netting the rent expenses of the (aid district at a rate not 53 exceeding three for the period of five E i i H r: H For Clerk of Municipal Court j (Voti for n.ol than THE TAX C. THE TAX ;