Lee Sheard, 1936

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Lee Sheard, 1936 - 0 X F 0 RD IEE SHEARD FAVORED FOR DEPUTY...
0 X F 0 RD IEE SHEARD FAVORED FOR DEPUTY MARSHAL; HIGH ON ELIGIBLE LIST Goes On Duty In Advance .0 Council Approval After Schwegman's Resignation To Join Campus Patrol Kveclal To T»e Jour»»l-S'«w«. Oxford, June 2. -^~Lee Sheard was appointed Mon- 3ay by Mayor Verlin L. Pulley, (o succeed Lee Schwcgman as deputy marshal, subject to continuation of ·village council tonight at the ri-gu- lar June sesson. He was on duly last night. Sehwegmtin's resignation is in the lands of the mayor and will also be acted on tonight. lie has been appointed as head of the patrol squad on the Miami University campus. campus. . Sheard, « candidate for village marshal on the republican ticket at the last municipal election, was defeated by Randolph DuVall. who Ian on both the democratic and an independent ticket. When Mayor Pulley, shortly after his election, inaugurated an examination examination plan for the appointment of all Tillage employes, Sheard stood · second to Schwegman i'or the deputy deputy appointment, and it was on this ·basis'that the mayor appointed him after Schwegman's resignation had been received. ceptcd a job as cousellor at Inn camp for boys. Lahde is a sophomore in the liberal arts school at Miami University. Give Quotations From Sanitary Code of 1893 The sanitary code of Oxford, of 1893, contained in a small booklet, was found among the effects of the late John Devine and presented to the village clerk's office. Among the regulations being enforced enforced at that time were the following: following: "It shnll be unlawful lo keep in possession iincurcd hides more Ihnu 24 hours." Dead animals may not be buried within the village limits." "No pigs or other live stock je kept within one hundred feet a residence or place of business." "Ko one will be allowed to clean 'ish or wash clothing on Ihe slreets or in the alleys of the village." Oilier regulations, such as closet ·arbage cans, and clean alleys ant streets differed little from the regu- 'ations of the present day. Jotes of Inte/est Prom Classic Village Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Johnson, of iVest Church street, have returned om Berkeley Springs, W. Va., vhere they paid a brief visit to heir daughter, Mrs. Dewey Rice

Clipped from The Journal News02 Jun 1936, TuePage 2

The Journal News (Hamilton, Ohio)02 Jun 1936, TuePage 2
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