Republican politician who was simply the 52nd Mayor of Cleveland Ohio from 1972 to 1972. His tenure was ridiculed from the press because of its absurdity and conservatism. He was an attorney and offered on the town council five occasions before venturing towards getting mayor. He unintentionally lit his locks on fire throughout a convention in Cleveland and he was the butt of a lot more jokes when he prohibited the sale of Playboy in the town. He previously four sons along with his wife Lucille: Thomas, Ralph Jr., Allen, and Kenneth. He doubted he’d earn election for U.S. Senate after Richard Nixon’s Watergate scandal.