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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - November 12, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioIt was 6women�?Ts year in local elections but Mauricn lir Man you might say that International women year came Home to area suburban cities nov. 4. Women proved unprecedented vote getting abilities in the election on that Date. A in Amberley Village Barbara a Steinberg and Gloria. Haffer bumped incumbents candidates to take Tiro seats on what had been an All male Village Council. Mary Ann Christie running for the first time i Madeira received More votes than any incumbent candidate including the mayor who ran 37 votes behind her. She bumped an incumbent also. Ten Silverton City Council incumbent count woman Helen Cassidy finished first in the Council race Well in front of the nest candidate. Alma. Blazic an incumbent received the most votes in the Montgomery Council race. With two seats available she finished in front of the three candidates. The women who Are new co hers to Council seats shared one common trait they campaigned. Campaigning in Amberley is something rather new where most seats were Wright wave Coiffe Urs 7784 Montgomery re. In we ail. Of Pacific finance 1 plenty of free parking previously uncontested. A i was extremely encouraged by the Large turnout of voters because it indicates the voters were responsive and wanted to take part in the contested elections. I think opposition for Council seats is a Good thing. The officials should not run unopposed. Only by opposition candidates running for office will the Councilperson be1 responsive to the electorate. I Hope this will continue a remarked mrs. Haffer new Amberley councilwoman. Perhaps Tennis courts were not the big Issue at Amberley or if they were an Issue perhaps sentiment is fairly evenly split on the Issue. Councilman Walter Meyer and Steinberg who held divergent opinions on the Tennis courts both won polling close to the. Same number of votes. Mrs., Steinberg said to was Able to get a terrific vote and i worked hard for it. 1 think the Council will be Able to work together because we Are All open minded. The vote in Phipp s Blue print company photostat i Xerox copies drafting supplies sensitize a photo copy paper 6920 Plainfield 793-1030 st Stdon 1 Quot a screens 1 storm i Quot doors and a windows 1 i-1 repaired 1 Bader hardware 7923 Blue Ash re. In Deer Park 791-7193 you a. Upsets Novak heal s upsets Kieiman a free Currier amp Ives tray when you join Community savings 1976 Christmas club Amer can Home st e and Winter by Curner it Tom a sturdy 14 Oval serving tray illustrated with a Beautiful reproduction of the 1868 Carnef amp Ives Prim american hone steady Winter its yours free when you open a 1976 Christmas club at Community savings truly a Gilt which is ooh decorative and useful and while your savings Are in your Christmas club account for next gear s Holiday spending you can enjoy your Curner amp Ives tray right now choose the weekly amount you a like to put away open a 1976 Christmas club and take your tray Home the same Day these Currier and Ives trays Are not sold in retail stores. A Community savings association to Montgomery no is. Is ans main st. Quot your partner m Community Progress dilated to me that i had people behind me who Felt the Way i did about things. I feel that Council meetings should be open to the Public and attended by the residents. 1 want to encourage a Community interest in local government a she said mrs. Christie had worked on Many campaigns before running for Madeira Council. She used what Quot she described As the a Bill Gradison techniques or a i was convinced if you wanted to win As a new Comer you really had to get she said. Mrs. Christie said that she found a great Deal of support during her Campaign from men and women who Felt there should be a woman on Council. Madeira Council had previously been All m a 1 e uncut my ent c a r i Schneider was bumped mrs. Blazic Ana mrs. Cassidy As Quot incumbents could run on their records. Mrs. Blazic tends to be outspoken and direct As chairwoman of Montgomery a finance committee. Mrs. Cassidy has headed Silverton Sparks and recreation committee. There had been some comment in the Campaign literature of the opposition party which had criticized my a. Cassidy. She is a Democrat the comment apparently did no to Hurt her any. One political observer noted that in Silverton politics membership in st. A Johns Church Deer Park is a helpful ingredient. Not All wins however were made by women. There were a number of other factors in the election a few surprises As two longtime incumbent mayors were felled by opponents. Mont gom e by mayor Robert Novak was beaten by challenger Fred Young a by 400 votes. Novak had. N Haffer Steinberg. Women upset incumbent Council candidates do Andrea been mayor for 12 years. He is known As a Strong advocate of residential zoning he has not chosen to go gently into the night either As he opposed Council s decision to negotiate the Chelsea Moore zoning controversy at the nov 5 Council meeting. He has been known As a feisty Man who would speak plainly sometimes heatedly on City issues. Novak refused to accept original police department demands last year in an incident Between the police and mayor which was picked up maybe blown up by the daily press. Young was hacked by merchants and came out a Winner with a broader base than some had originally expected. He said he and Council will work together no sweeping changes. Deer Park mayor William Kieiman lost to his old political foe fran Cis a a squeak heal by 100 plus votes. Ofaf republicans also lost their Lone Star on Council Dennis Mckeown in what was probably an attempt to pick up one More gop seat. The republicans Are strongest in Ward 4, my Koewn sold area. They moved Mckeown to an at Large candidacy however Ana ran former auditor Donald Guenther in Ward 4. Guenther won and Mckeowin lost. The republicans still hold one seat on Council Only now its Guenthers. They also hold the office of solicitor. Stanley Carr an a endorsed Republican won the office of auditor Over incumbent Warren Ritchie. Look for a Healy Kleiman rematch. Silverton mayor Richard Benken won easily Over challenger Moses Levinstein. Levinstein answered a questionnaire in this paper with unprecedented Candor. He had the courage or Folly to tel voters he would raise taxes if elected. Most election questionnaires were used As a Public relations forum or a Chance to take potshots at challengers Republican Democrat ratio will remain the same in Silverton however Eugene Keith a Black and a Republican was bumped off Council and a newcomer Republican Tom Brodbeck a White was elected. There were no surprises in Blue Ash. City Council races. All incumbents were reelected the Loyal opposition party members of the c o a e e r n. E d c i. To. Z e n s league continue to participate in political elections with enthusiasm if not with apparent Success. Indian Hill Council election was As expected with incumbents or a a endorsed candidates winning. There will now be a woman on Council however Betty steer. The mayor is elected from Council and could Sibly be top vote getter text Krehbiel. In Sycamore township trustee president Jim Bechtold and clerk Frank were re elected handily Over two challengers both women and democrats. F More on local politics next week shop at Home for custom made draperies a new service now available at Mier decorating Center Montgomery Square shop at Home service Only no obligation Over 1000 selections 791-4463 or 891-1845 election figures Amberley Village Mcnril at Larga 2 Barbara Steinberg. ,968 Walter Meyer. 963 Thetna Green. 866 Mali Dir i 4 Gloria Haffer a.664 Herbert Huber .568 Sidney kaufman206 Caa arh Dhiti b Cuba rita Hagner. 1177 Ca Aaril dlr inc John muethin#.1096 Caa Aeu duty i d heart swim. 1169 i Ovaris a arbut of madman. 1272 in Madeira Saaed al targe 7 Mary Anne Christie. Daniel Mcdonald. Ruanell Ackerman .2310 Forest Atkin. .2306 Allen Reed 2160 Harold caldwell2067 Philip Oppenheimer. .2062 Carl Schneider. .2013 John Kinzella. .1869 Randall Stanmeyer 1680 Sywan Helfach. 886 charter amendment manager Power Yearm no. 77 Deer Park it j Dale Junker. -2384 Quentin k. Staley a a .3800 3 suburban use wednesday nov. 12, 1975 Deer Park Francis heal William Kieiman Harvey Alcorn Walter Jones. .1383 .1247 .1427 .1147 Yea no .1575 1886 yes no. .2591 .1052 Stanley Carr. 1246 Warren Ritchie.1072 .1412 yes no George Horn Schoeny Joseph Zia Atar i me keen 3 .1333 .1287, .1281 .1182 .1128 .1038 yes no charter Ator adme no irn Lime limit 606 .3111 .876 2706 275 1t0 397 .307 Dennis George Niehaus Joann Rohdenburg. It Owril b Ard i Walter Tea cheer. Jacob Palmer. Oma Eil b Ard 2 Leo Leonard. Earl Lay cock. Denari b Ard 3 Robert o Leary .130 Robert Ward .290 loaned Bard Donald Guenther. .370 Tamea Canning .333 Blue Ash loo aril at Large Raymond Mcnab .1202 Paul Mckinney .1021 Harlan houaer679 Ada Ball .560 Barry Borman 506 Marv Engri. .488 loo aril b Ard i Charles Proctor. 48 Howard mag Buey 17� loo aril Bard 2 Stephanie stollcr371 Dominic Aulicino. 198 co Wacil b Ard 3 Curt a battle177 Joseph miller.101 Loaa Eil Bard 4 Robert so Huew. 246 look a Bard 3 Don Biedermann. .271 Dorothy Wilder. 191 Harry Sullivan 121 Silverton Yea no. .2466 .1129 Indian Hill school Hoard 2 Edgar j. Mack or. 2918 David c. Bell. 2584 Thomas .2113 Barbara n. Woodward 1782 Sycamore Srb dol Hoard 2 Donn p Hershberger 3322 Edwin a. Korengo .2194 Harry e. Friedhoff.1992 Merlin r. James. 1909 William p. Sikute. 967 Richard benken1223 Moses levinsteinm3 Crk Bernard Pohlman .1132 Otto Bufe 873 Arthur Hack att. 1047 William kuhr.966 loaned at Large 6 Helen Cassidy .1064 John doll 1014 Richard Hunter .1008 Thomas Brodbeck .939 Joseph Fariello. 901 Thomas Clinton. 882 Sara blackwell861 Betty Ormsby. 860 Manley Kennedy 848 Eugene Schmidt 639 Eugene Keith. .830 wilson890 Montgomery Fred Young. .1887 Robet Novak .1477 loaned at Large 2 Alma Blazic 2623 Raymond walther2182 Dale Skelton .1181 30 to 39 100 in 1 ���31 my if emf of mfg a ther Agran a for mixed Vitamin deficiencies 4.88 Nightingale pm 11dd the priceless Langred ent of every product Jiljan id d to the Honor and integrity it its maker a surgical pharmacy 7677 Montgomery re. 793-1111 see me Ursule neighbourly advice on Bun it ii muy saw Money it i your next ear. I can help you arrange Low Cost financing through a cooperating Bank. Chances Are you la save on interest and on economical car insurance from state farm. 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