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 - AX HITS THREE UNITS. Total casualties reported...
AX HITS THREE UNITS. Total casualties reported at the Governor's office included the dismissal dismissal of 272 from the Liquor De partment, 170 from the Tax Com mission, where Governor Bricker charged employees were engaging in political activities rather than the collection of taxes, and 79 from the State Highway Department, where Director Robert S. Beightler has promised to reduce personnel 25 per cent. Most of the jobs abolished in the Highway Department were minor ones. Hamilton County residents who were dismissed as employees of liquor stores were: Herman Beneking, William Brown, William Germon, Everett Robinson, John Meins, Harry Nieheisel, Frank Hoernschemeyer, John Potter, Anthony Anthony Stoeppel, Cecil Anderson, Owen Benson, Edward Langer, John J. O'Donnell, Nicholas Diehl, John Doyle, John Labbe, Charles Sulli van, Oscar Wells, John McCarthy, George Normile, Mathew Dorsey, Dan Branigan, and Mathew Mc-Donough. Mc-Donough. Mc-Donough. In addition, eight "store laborers employed in Hamilton County were lopped off the state pay roll. Three laborers were dismissed in Butler County, but the force in Butler County liquor stores was not re duced today.

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 14 Jan 1939, Sat,
  3. Page 10

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