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Coshocton, Ohio
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Wednesday, June 3, 1992
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3 The Tribune Wednesday, June 3, 1992 I ' 1-A 9 20 49 43 24 Adams 12 9 23 . 22 23 L 1-B 13 27 31 63 42 1:1 Bedford 6 10 2J 9 Z 1- C 14 9 49 53 23 i Bethlehem 18 26 92 57 16 g 2- A 29 29 52 61 37 M Clark 13 7 2J 9 5 ij 2-B 10 - 16 31 33 17 111 Crawford 16 16 8 14 19 111 2-C 17 7 37 49 15 K1 Franklin 16 20 58 59 24 B fefl 3-A 18 21 18 65 19 111 Jackson 42 55 92 102 46 ll fffj 3-B 20 21 89 54 14 Jefferson 7 18 59 43 31 l 3-C 23 4 49 32 7 if Keene 45 48 111 87 45 111 lip 3-D 62 20 69 51 19 M Lafayette 45 37 113 103 78 j M 4-A 12 28 47 63 14 M Linton 17 12 21 44 28 W Wj 4-B 33 8 79 55 34 K Millcreek 10 26 25 20 2 f vf? 4-C 57 84 89 45 22 fM Monroe 9 18 15 12 13 P 4-D 44 22 123 52 6 Fj Newcastle 18 17 19 20 11 t f 9 perry g 4 13 20 8 Ifc--: .SaSn. 61? Pike L3iIZL910 T?77L j... .Padgett 1,021 Tiverton 12: 5 14 13 4 f-'"rJiy-.McCullough.. 960 Tuscarawas 7 18 64 95 44 Y j" , jYoder 836 Virginia 6 11 21 14 13 ft? 1 Hllon Warsaw 19 8 62 40 19 X: j 22222a-liSyge 1 HI Washington "l? "IJ 23 19"lT -J I "Tfc McCullough" 1 43 4 W. Lafayette 48 32 87 98 73 Wllrm-W7.j?n l y?der v 963 ' White Eyes 25 50 j 26 64 44 1 SOURCE: Unofficial results, Board of ElectionsSr Kenneth SmailesTribune Other races Gratus It's Ress vs. Applegate With all precincts reporting, Ress received 25,549 votes to Graber's 13,928. Ress will face incumbent Democrat Douglas Applegate of Steubenville in the November general election. A former member of the New Philidelphia City Council, Ress was elected to the state Senate in 1980. His previous bid for Congress, in 1969, was unsuccessful. He also ran for the U.S. Senate in the primary as a write-in candidate in 1982. DeWine gets easy win to face Glenn COLUMBUS (AP) Lt. Gov. Mike DeWine disposed of newcomer George Rhodes in the Republican U.S. Senate primary and then portrayed himself as the candidate of change in the contest with Democratic incumbent John Glenn. DeWine, a congressman for eight years before winning election in 1990 to his current office, said it was time for Glenn to come home from Washington. "The issue in this campaign is who is the most likely person to bring about change," DeWine said. "Is it someone who has been there 18 years, who wants to go back for 24 basically serve a quarter of century, longer than anybody has served as a U.S. senator in this century in Ohio and who doesn't seem to think there's a problem? Or someone like Mike DeWine, who has outlined in very specific fashion what changes need to be made," he said. With 99 percent of Ohio's precincts counted, an unofficial tally by The Associated Press showed DeWine with 575,774 votes, or 70 percent, to Rhodes' 243,413, or 30 percent. Supreme Court slate in place COLUMBUS (AP) Democrat John Patton of Cleveland won nomination to the Ohio Supreme Court over the party's endorsed candidate, while Republican Mark Painter of Cincinnati won his party's nod for the bench. Patton, a judge on the 8th Ohio District Court of Appeals, defeated Lesley Brooks Wells, a Cuyahoga County common pleas judge, in a close race. Patton will oppose Republican Paul Pfeifer in November. They are seeking the seat to be left vacant by retiring Justice Herbert Brown. Pfeifer, a state senator for 16 years, was unopposed in the primary. Painter, a Hamilton County municipal judge, easily defeated Thomas Frutig, a lawyer from Gates Mills, to capture the Republican nomination for another court seat. Lottery Pick 3: 7-0-8 Pick 4: 0-2-0-2 Buckeye 5: 7-21-32-34-36 From Page 1 "Even though they didn't have to make a choice, they were glad to show their support for the candidates," Wachtel said. However, Jack Miskimens, chairman of the Democratic party, said drawing conclusions from complimentary votes may not be accurate. Miskimens said only a small percentage of the registered voters participated in the election, and it is hard to tell the drop off point where candidate support lies. In one case, incumbent county commissioner Dennis Bahmer was outpolled by Republican challenger Dick Owens. In another, assistant county engineer Harold Hitchens lagged behind Wachtel. Members of the election board had predicted a 30 percent turn out for the primary. The actual turnout on Tuesday was 39 percent. The results: Sheriff Republican David Corbett, 2,723 and Democrat Don Ryan, 2,347. Engineer Republican Frederick T. Wachtel, 2,294 and Democrat Harold Hitchens, 1,765. County commissioners Jan. 2, 1993 term Republican Harold Turner, 2,495 and Democrat Leslie A. Johnson 1,791. For the Jan. 3, 1993 term Republican Dick Owens, 2,233 and Democrat Dennis Bahmer, 1,886. County recorder Republican Marjorie Gray, 2,427 and write-in Democrat Sandra Cor-der, 165. County treasurer Michelle Darner, 2,791. Common Pleas Court judge Richard I. Evans, 2,717. Prosecutor William Owens, 2,529. President r. " ! v . ft i ., " v 1 Kenneth SmailesTribune CELEBRATION As the final results were posted, incumbent Clerk of Courts Judy Stevens Reed hugged her daughter, who was monitoring the election throughout the evening. Yeas and nays for incumbents, levies Reed wins; Warren loses By ROSA A. DAVIS Tribune Staff Writer Democratic incumbent Judy Stevens Reed walked off with all precincts except Bedford Township to win her party's nomination for the clerk of courts seat. She defeated opponent Mel Cantrell by a 919-vote margin and will face Republican Irene Miller in the November election. Reed received 2,037 votes; Cantrell, 1,118. "I am really delighted that the people have put their faith in me," Reed said. "Itmakes me feel good that the people are satisfied with the job I've done in the past 32 years." Miller became the Republican candidate by carrying 26 of the 44 precincts in a win over Sherry Kirkpatrick. Miller received 1,662 votes; Kirkpatrick, 1,405. In another countywide race, a new face in the political picture was the winner. Dr. Robert Gwinn took the Republican nomination from Dr. Don G. Warren for county coroner by 98 votes, Tuesday. Gwinn received 1,770 and v. 1 11 Kenneth SmailesTribune THE COUNT Irene Crouso Miller, Republican challenger for clerk of courts, tallied the votes with friends and family at the Board of Elections. i Gwinn awaits totals Warren 1,672. Warrenhadbeen coronerfor 10 years. Gwinn is not expected to have any competition in the November general election. Elsewhere, Millcreek Town-hip, Ashland County-West Holmes Joint Vocational School and the Newcomer-stown Exempted Village Local School District had levies on the ballot. Here are the local and regional results: Coshocton County's Millcreek Township residents passed a one-mill, two-year renewal for fire protection by 38 votes. There were 49 voting for and 11 against. The one-mill, three-year additional levy for Ashland County-West Holmes JVS went down with residents in Coshocton County's Clark, IP7'- Millcreek and Monroe townships voting 11 for and 27 against. In Holmes County, votes were 1,416 for and 1,813 against. Voters in Coshocton County's Adams and Oxford townships voted 28 for and 51 against on the Newcomer-stown school levy. The one-mill, five-year renewal levy was for permanent improvements. 1 In Tuscarawas County, vot J ers turned down the levy by one ! ever, the levy results may rest in the hands of 81 Tuscarawas County residents who had changed their addresses and had to vote in the Tuscarawas County Courthouse. These vote totals must be verified within 10 days by the Tuscarawas County Board of Elections. These 81 votes could change the outcome. Correction policy If we make an error, we want to correct it. If you believe an error has been made, please call the newsroom at 622-1 1 22 and ask for one of the editors identified on Page 2. Corrections will be printed in this space. With 96 percent of Ohio's precincts reporting, Clinton had 621,592 votes, or 61 percent, compared with 192,774, or 19 percent, for Brown, according to unofficial tallies by The Associated Press. Other Democratic votes were being split among candidates From Page 1 who dropped from the race and did not remove their nam es from Ohio's ballot. Former Sen. Paul Tsongas of Massachusetts led that group with llpercentofthe total vote, followed by Sen. Tom Harkin of Missouri and Sen. Bob Kerry of Nebraska with 2 percent each. SPRING SPECIAL s 15 OFF Residential Carpet Cleaning Sofa & Chair $59.95 Sofa & Loveseat $69.95, Sofa-Loveseat & Chair Loose Back Cushions i $89.95 $2.50 ea. offer expires Jeff & Diane Simmons 545-7234 ' "Take An Additional 5 Off With Coupon s Police reports Tuesday, 8:17 a jh., a vehicle owned by William D'Ostroph, of 1506 Prospect Ave., was struck by hit-run vehicle while parked at his residence. Debora L. Chapman, 37, of 545 Cambridge Road, was cited 11:57 a.m. Tuesday, for failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead after her vehicle struck the rear of a vehicle owned by Charles F. West Jr., of 138 Walnut St., parked in the 1500 block of Denman Avenue. Tuesday, 12:45 p.m. a vehicle operated by John S. Sko-wrunski Jr., 44, of Strongsville, struck a deer on county Road 22. Tuesday, 10:26 p.m., a vehicle operated by Sharon R. Tharp, of Mount Vernon, struck a deer on U.S. Route 36. Charles Valentine, of Coshocton, was charged 12:52 a.m. Tuesday, with carrying a concealed weapon after he reportedly threatenend to stab another person at the West End Cafe, Main and Third streets. Tuesday, 6:18 a.m., Richard II. Brown, of 1829 Grace Drive, reported a car owned by Jones Metal Company was stolen from his yard. The vehicle was later located in a yard on Highland Boulevard. Tuesday, 7:02 a.m., Joan Jones, of 1628 Chestnut St., reported a cassette player stolen from her vehicle. Tuesday, 7:52 a.m., Laura O. Grogro, of 1700 Chestnut St., reported someone entered her residence and stole several cas sette tapes. . Tuesday, 9:24 a.m.., Frank Spinks, of 1732 Chestnut St., reported someone attempted to take a stereo from his vehicle parked at his residence. Jefferson D. Johnson Jr., of Orrville, was charged 10:53 a.m. Tuesday with indecent exposure after deputies responded to a report of a man exposing himself on state Route 60. Tuesday, 2:57 p.m., Joann Shutt, of 10131 Denman Ave., reported a grave wreath stolen from Coshocton County Memory Gardens. Tuesday, 3:26 p.m., Daniel Gordon, of 903 Magnolia St., reported flowers and lawn ornaments vandalized at his residence. George Pahoundis II, 37, of 317 N. Second St., was charged 7:57 p.m. with shooting a fiream within the city limits after deputies responded to a call in the 300 block of North Second Street of a man shooting a gun. Pahoundis reportedly shot a cat. Tuesday, 8:01 p.m., Karen Shaw, of 322 N. 10th St., reported a man and woman had come to her residence and was harassing her. She was referred to the law director to file charges. Darlene Wilt, 27, of 823 Main St., was charged 10:15 p.m. Tuesday, with public intoxication after an alleged incident at the Coshocton County Justice Center. ST0REWIDE mm! 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