try to withdraw from sheriff race 1973
Sheriff Candida le has difficulty getting name off ballot Kenneth C. Means, 54, of 6204 W. Tagcs Lane, said yesterday that he "definitely" doesn't want to be a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Jefferson County sheriff but he has been unable to have his name removed from tomorrow's ballot. "I'm sincere. I want to withdraw. But I don't know how the hell I can do it," Means said. Means telephoned The Courier-Journal Courier-Journal Courier-Journal May H and said he was withdrawing from the race. Yesterday he called the newspaper newspaper and said he had tried with his attorney, attorney, John S. Smith, more than a week ago to have his name removed from the ballot but the Jefferson County Clerk's office said Means had to be present for such action. Means said he has been in Geneva, N.Y., because an aunt and uncle are ill and he added that he didn't expect to leave New York until sometime after the primary. He said his heart condition and his relatives' illness were reasons why he wants to withdraw. Jefferson County Clerk James Halla-han Halla-han Halla-han and attorney Smith couldn't be reached yesterday to confirm Mean's report. report. When Means first announced he was withdrawing, he said he would support the candidacy of James Larkin, who is seeking the Democratic nomination for sheriff.