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Thursday. September 15. 1983 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER METRO C-3' Irwin CONTINUED FROM PAGE C-l records show Mrs. Irwin owns residential property In Walnut Hills and industrial property in Cum-mlnsvllle. b FRIENDS SAY Mrs. Irwin managed an apartment complex at 33 West Hill Lane, Wyoming, which Is owned by one of her sons, Jan J. Irwin. u She also has bankrolled other projects, including a company called Win Enterprises Inc., run by her second son, John J. Irwin Jr. In 1979, she filed suit against that company, .claiming it did not repay most of $23,000 borrowed from her and her mother, Mildred Hilberg of Naples, Fla. Her son now lives in Naples with Mrs. Hilberg, Hess said. Though John J. Irwin Jr. served time in a federal prison for embezzling and cashing stolen checks, Hess said there is no more reason to consider him a suspect in the death than anyone else. Teamsters Probers Head Home With Data .." A trio of investigators from the Washington office of the Teamsters is bringing back information from a Wednesday hearing in Evendale that could put Local 100 in trusteeship. w A source, who asked not to be identified, said members of the local's executive board accused one another of theft during the hearing which lasted from 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. with an hour for lunch. Ji ;The session at the Evendale office was attended by about 150 members of the local, a larger Audience than is normally attracted to regular monthly meetings, said the source. J '" If Local 100 is placed In trusteeship, the executive board would be run by an appointee until the local achieved some stability and was able to handle its problems. ; The final recommendation will be made after the information brought back by the investigators is reviewed in Washington. r.THE SOURCE said local members wanted to know who asked Jackie Presser, International Brotherhood of Teamsters president, to send three investigators from Washington. The probers said they did not know but they were told to "find OHt what the problem Is" in Local Doctor Disputes Findings Of Hospital In Rape Case (5 Tests done at Children's Hospital on a 14-year-old Fort Thomas girl who claimed a Cincinnati firefighter had raped her do not prove conclusively that the girl had been sexually assaulted, a defense witness testified Wednesday. : In a videotaped deposition played in Campbell County Circuit Court, Dr. John W. Green Jr., chairman of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Department at University of Kentucky Medical Center, said "It is not unusual for a girl of that age" to bear physical eyidence which might suggest past sexual activity. 5 During earlier testimony, physicians at Children's Hospital had concluded that there was sufficient evidence the teen-ager had had sexual Intercourse. Michael Ruwe, 38, is standing Chopped Lines BY J. FRAZIER SMITH iiquirer Reporter Cincinnati Bell and Warner mex repair crews Wednesday repaired residential wires chopped apart by a vandal on a two-county spree. I Police blamed Russell Marsh Jr., 36, 16 W. 66th St., Elmwood Place. He was arrested at home. Police said Marsh spent Tues-ay morning randomly severing iilres to homes in at least three Cincinnati neighborhoods and In New Richmond. I Marsh was formally charged Wednesday with disrupting public service by New Richmond Police Chief Harold Kennedy, j Marsh was Jailed and Is scheduled for arraignment today in Hamilton County Municipal Court. - The cable company received About 25 complaints because of cut vlres, Warner spokeswoman Jessica Baron said. Warner is "still re Jailer tONTINUED FROM PAGE C-l I'" 2 . Jack Bradford, a former Fort frhomas policeman, is the Republican nominee for Jailer. Dick Lackey, who Is serving as Interim jlaller, Is the Democratic nominee. I THAT LEAVES six other hope-Jfuls, most of whom had tried to be nominated by their normal politi-cal parties, listed as Independents. They're all competing for Ed .Huck's unexpired term. The Job 1 pays $32,000 a year. Huck resigned In May amid charges of brutality to prisoners. "I didn't want to be listed as an 'Independent,' because you have to be dependent on a great number AcirX-rTP-K.---- fc, . Investigators believe the young Irwin hasn't been in Cincinnati for some time, he said. The house where Mrs. Irwin was found dead Monday had been up for sale several times in the last few years, Hess said. Most recently, it had been listed with Slbcy-Cllne Realty. The real estate agent who secured the listing, Martha Keller, said Mrs. Irwin's murder "is Just a terrible and frightening thing" to those who knew her. MRS. KELLER refused to discuss details of the real estate contract for the house, which expired Sept. 1 and was not renewed. She referred questions about prospective buyers who saw the house to Wyoming police. Hess said his investigators believe it is a possible a potential 100, according to the source. Gairald "Jerry" Kaiser, president of the local, mentioned "bar bills" amounting to $80,000 over an unspecified period, the source said. Kiser gave the investigators a professional auditor's finding that Odell Hlnkle, local secretary-treasurer, had been charging twice for the same Items, or "double-dipping," the source said. Hinkle told the Investigators he "made a mistake," the source said. 1 One of the local's four business agents laid off in 1982 acknowledged he asked the FBI to check Into alleged misuse of union funds, according to the source. The Cincinnati FBI office is investigating the allegations. THE JOINT Teamsters Council exonerated Kiser of charges of misuse of union funds. - Some of the internal disputes stem from politics within the local union, which has an election coming up in December, the source said. Membership, which was 13,000 three years ago, is at 5,000. Some of the drop is because of deregulation in the trucking business and the recession, but others left for lack of representation, the source said. trial on charges of second-degree rape. He Is accused of raping the girl with the consent of the girl's mother, with whom Ruwe, a married father of three, had a lengthy love affair. The girl had been placed In Youth Haven, a Juvenile shelter In Highland Heights, where she told personnel there about Ruwe's al leged attacks. After learning of the girl's reports in February, the girl was driven to Children's Hospital for an examination. The deposition by Dr. Green came in the first day of defense testimony. Defense witness Lynn Gregg, a staff member at Youth Haven, testified that the girl's younger sister, also placed at Youth Haven, told her that the 14-year-old was lying about the rapes. Being Mended viewing the situation and is con siderlng charges." Cincinnati Bell received 22 customer complaints, about 17 In Hamilton County and five In Cler mont County, Charles Shawver said. Cincinnati Bell would not press charges because New Rich mond police had already done so. According to District 3 police, the vandalism began before 8 a.m. Tuesday when a man in a small blue station wagon drove to randomly chosen homes, walked with wooden-handled wire cutters into the yards and cut telephone, cable and electrical wires. The first report came from Elmwood Place, near Marsh's residence, police said. Little more than an hour later, Mrs. Betty Peters,. 710 Front St., New Richmond, complained about cut wires, and Chief Kennedy drove over. "He had in fact cut phone lines to her house," Kennedy said. of other people, and deal with a lot of other people, to be county Jailer," Stone said. He said he got the idea of a new party himself, then checked with the state attorney general's office and secretary of state's office to find out whether it could be done and how to do It. "I guess this Just shows what you can do If you're determined and can follow the legal procedures," Stone said. Stone, 41, of Wilder, is a mechanic for the Transportation Authority of Northern Kentucky and has experience in counseling. He Is a former member of the Northern Kentucky Alcohol Abuse Program board-pf directors. A'... . Jk.A.Jk.. fc.Jk-..k k fc ifc . buyer could be responsible for Mrs. Irwin's death, but he said police have not probed that avenue very deeply yet. Ralph Lottes, Montgomery finance director and a male companion of Mrs. Irwin, told a reporter Tuesday that his last conversation with her just hours before her death concerned the sale of her home. Mrs. Irwin Is survived by her mother, Mrs. Hilberg, Naples, Fla.; two sons, Jan, of Atlanta, and John Jay, also of Naples; and a daughter, Joy Matthews, Atlanta. Services, 10 a.m. Saturday, Pitman Funeral Home, Naples. Visitation, 5-7 p.m. today, at the Anderson Funeral Home, Wlnton Road, Finneytown. . Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. 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