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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - October 22, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioA i would serve full Lime Levinstein these Are the response of Moses Levinstein Democrat and a candidate for advert to mayor. I a Hali has Ingle most Paige 1. So Vettori image has been tarnished by the problem arising with the service employees which has Ted to arrests court cases a $45,000 lawsuit against City officials Ami five Day of hearings on formal discrimination charges before the Ohio civil rights commission. This is grossly unfair to the citizens of Staverton. A. 3. Wimmis my Moo Flea Aero hmm at if cd to tin a 2. Silver tons primary a need is to rebuild Silver ton s image so that our citizen can again take Pride in their Community _ we need to build up our Community spirit. 1 ii no have a a direction toward which Yon Sam like to see the Rily 3. I would like to see the citizens of Silverton take a More Active part in Community affairs we have a Volunteer lire department a ltd a Volunteer life squad. I would like to see the formation of a Voth meter serve re go on Oliai would belts _ maintain the appearance of a our City. This group would also Quot help maintain the property of. Those of our citizens who Are informed or otherwise unable to take care of things i would like to establish a lighted school program for both children and adults and utilize the Silverton school As a Community Center. I. A bal is he most Periou problem faring 4. As with most cities finances loom As the most sences problems. There is a projected deficit of $1-8,-o0�, hut that does not include the lawyer a fees for defending the City officials a before the Ohio Quot civil rights commission or for t he fort com i no $45.000 lawsuit trial. Should the City lose the latter Case the damages awarded could go As High As the $45 id go m it it a us Back pay for three Impf Oveen for Over 18 a months and reinstatement of those employees. That would All have to paid thru higher property toe. 5. To wifi or City recon role Abr $18,000 pre jerked hedge deficit cell new Unter 5. Not having Access to the budget. I Don t know what cuts could be made. However part of the deficit a due to toe hiring of a new service director at an increase in salary of nearly $4000 a year and retaining the of director on a lower Job there May be other area where operations tan be More efficient. We could press for More Revenue sharing Money. But we met face the Impact of in Flat m it has affected All of m in air own finances if serves Are to be maintained at an adequate level an increase in toes is the Only recourse. The Volunteer service group mentioned above could take Over some of the functions that Are being carried out h paid workers therein reducing costs. A it a a vim plan an and it nth tre five change 6 first of All i believe the responsibilities of the1 mayor Are too great to be conducted on a part time basis. If elected "1 would serve on a full time basis. The responsibility for hiring Ami firing would be retained by the mayor and not delegated to the City clerk 1 would recommend to Council the replacement of the City solicitor i would consider the recommendations of the and hoc committee of the Silverton Community on improving the service dept. 7. Do ion believe or City government i accessible to residents 7. I believe it is accessible to a degree but could be much More open. I would establish an open door policy As a full time mayor. Silverton residents would have Access to me throughout the Day. I would also see that any special Council meetings Are made known to the 73s6 raping Solo Cincinnati Ohio �5237 513 531 698 8 great decorating depts. A Interior designers a draperies a Wall coverings a custom picture frames a carpeting a needlecraft and i 531-6981 a when you buy a new Home Ute saw you Gat a rugged carry Case also Kitty free Whan you a buy. One of the selected Homede. Lightweight Chain saws. Buy now lor Christmas and Gat your al 2 Reg $139j5 a carry Case spec al $129.96 super 2.rag. 3463.40 carry Caw special $149.96 150-ao.,.reg. $198.90 a carry Caw special si84.95 . $243 90 a carry Caw special $229 95 special al 10996 Chain saw rag. $109.96 ten thou 99 95 buy where you Are aured of service us your a a a a my a. Flor Immo Souris Vico Lajb 3 great stores 109 s. Wayne ave. Lockland swi of Ente Jun Wood gimmes Levinstein Public and that meetings of the Council committees and of the several comm is ions Are All open to the Public 8. In Abr City prepared to _ make changes in procedure if the Ohio civil rights com min ion How id Rule again it 8. Regardless of the Ohio cry al rights commission ruling. I would immediately restructure the service department procedures in accordance with a Jod Mana Gem ent ero ploy be relations. Proper personnel files would be maintained grievance procedures a would be established and ail job1 openings would 1� duly advertised i would work to improve the morale and productivity. Blue Ash plans trick or treats halloween trick or treat night in Blue Ash will be oct. 31 from 6 to 9 . There will be eight police cruisers on duty manned a police officer and an Indian Hill Council race Indian Hill elects seven Council members five incumbent Are running on the nov 4 ballot Andrew c. Kauck Vic mayor Robert a Krehbiel James p. Orr and Charles p. Yeiser. Present mayor William maj it a a. Kite is not running nor a a present councilman c. Arden Smith. A two candidates have been endorsed by the nominating committee mrs. Paul w. Steer and Robert mites. Andrew Hopple is also a candidate. The new mayor of Indian Hill will be elected by the new Council we repeat the error in last week s Story about Indian Hill Council race. A one of Best governed cities Dick Benken Btty iii of Ham i Sniad Call 731-7170 far Republican candidate Ami me a Bent mayor of Silverton Richard Benken. A i will answer the eight questions with one concise statement. The City of Silverton is and always was one of the Best governed cities in the stale. Our credit is better than most any City in the state our indebtedness is practically nil. We Are constantly aiming ahead to improve our easiness Section. We have done nothing wrong in the treatment of our employees. They Are paid that the administration cannot a solve As we always have done in past Quot Wright wave Coiffe Urs 7784 Montgomery re. In rear of Pacific finance plenty of . Richard Slenken better than most cities of equal size. I see no problem the Squire is coming. The Squire is coming. A my goal to continue in same manner Novak amp i Dorer boy scout. The scouts will be distributing Candy which has been donated by Blue Ash businessmen. According to Blue Ash police they have enough Candy to stuff too Bap Lull. Here will also be Candy at the station. For anyone who wishes to Stop by the fire dept and life squad will he Manning the Busy intersections to assist Little trick or Treater in crossing streets safely. Injures Arm Marilyn saw Fayn 4137 e. Galbraith re. Reportedly fell at Home and suffered a possible fractured right Arm. She was taken to Bethesda. North by Deer Quot Park life squad. Theft at trailer a trailer by pcs contracting inc. Was broken into last weekend at the Prudential construction site on Reed Hartmen Highway according to Blue Ash police. The trailer was forced open and $1,078 Worth of tools and equipment taken. The theft was reported to police oct. 20 these Are the answers of incumbent mayor of Montgomery Robert Novak 1.1 hat is at a Ingle most important Wane in this Campaign 1, at this Point in the Campaign i have yet to hear any views expressed in opposition to the present administration that create sufficient conflict to warrant the Label a Issue the Only subject i have heard mentioned with any regularity is the matter of the Large sums of Money my opponent is spending in this Campaign. 2 what a aes Montgomery nerd nog at Thi Lime 2. What we need most now is the experience and know How of an administration dedicated to protecting our residential value and which has a proven ability to achieve this. Administrative continuity is a key to continued Good government in Montgomery. 3 Lio you Hare a goal or direction toward which you would like to see the City .9 v 3. There has yet to be a Challenge to the attractiveness or desirability of Montgomery As a first rate Community. During my terms in office i have worked with Many other dedicated residents to enable this Community to gain the Quality environment we now enjoy my goal can Only be to continue in the same manner and direction that i have used throughout my tenure. I a 4. M hat is Montgomery a most Erious problem 4. The constant attempts by various groups and individuals to take advantage of our City benefits while attempting to circumvent our zoning ordinances. 5. How would you solve ibo 5. As we have in the past to Rema in vigilant and resist such actions. J Prici of a new suit got you Down Call Adelo and get up for a custom fitted suit of Fri wools or double knits. Faaao Nefy Weed formal rental a1va liable Quot for the be fit it takas the Best a Vitor Quot up custom to co Momoh Montgomery d Kenwood roads 891-9930 golfers take note a a a Robert Novak 6. Do you plan any administrative change 6. Only to the extent that i am considering a full time administrative assistant. 7. M hat do you see As the mayor a role in a City government such As Montgomery ? 7. Top administrator City representative and spokesman symbolic figure head. Country club Quality Golf at reasonable Cost is the goal of member owned o Barmon Creek Golf club. A truly outstanding Golf course located North of 1-275 in the Loveland area to be ready for play in july of 197�j Sale of charter Mambo a ships to end november 1,1975. Call now for information. 891-9987 984-1935 >31-0325 a Montgomery traffic most serious Young these Are the responses of Fred Young candidate for mayor of Montgomery. 1. M hat is the a Ingle most important Issue in this Campaign 1. To elect the Moat Overall qualified person As mayor who will be communicative and responsive to All citizens of the Community. 2. M hat does Montgomery heed most at this time 2. A Leader whom All citizen can Trust and respect. 3. Do you have a goal or direction toward which you would like to see the City a "7 4. T Raffic on 3. Maintain Small town atmosphere while planning Fred Young to the end to make Montgomery the most Beauty fill City in America. 4. What is Montgomery a serious problem golly9 gee Terwilleger Montgomery re. Reflecting the Lack of planning Over the past twelve years. 5. How would you solve this 5. By taking immediate action with experts in. Traffic and planning str effect the Best possible solutions. 6. Do you plan any administrative change 6. No. 7. What do you see As the mayor a role in a City government such As Montgomery 7. A dual role As chief administrator and Public relations coordinator with the citizens of Montgomery and the enthusiastic representative of Montgomery with All of the other communities in our area. 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Rosemary consulted with members of the historical society did her own research and relied a Good Deal on advice from her daughter Kathee. When it came to decorating. Kathee a freshman at Sycamore High made the macrame holders which contain antique wine bottles which hang inside Terwilleger. There Are dried Flower arrangements and antique implements. The chairs Are genuine Antiques and Rosemary said she will add to the decor gradually with period pieces. Since Homes of this period stencilled their walk rather than using the expense pc French imported wallpapers. Rosemary chose a wallpaper which to of a Stencil Type design. To be a were not fashionable Homes. They came right out of log Cabins to lbs. There were a till indians around Rosemary explained. Rosemary had had the idea for the restaurant Ever 4 suburban life wednesday oct. 22. 1975 Tince she and her husband John opened the Luxembourg House wine and cheese shop next door two years ago. They have found such in enthusiasm for that Enterprise that the logical next step Rosemary believed was a restaurant where people could come to sit Down and enjoy their wines and cheeses. Terwilleger a open for lunch during the week 11 20-2 30 for lunch also specializes in homemade soups breads pastries fruit and Crunchy vegetables. What Rosemary. Calls Good wholesome., homemade food something a Little different. A my father was a great soup maker but he never wrote his recipes Down a Rosemary explained. Now she and her Strong right Arm. Page Thompson Are Busy stirring up remembrances in the soup pot. They have also devised a delicious original cheesecake moist with a hint of Lemon curls. Page also a Montgomery resident will be leaving in january for the prestigious a cordon Bleu cooking school in France. She applied to the school 2% years ago and was accepted Quot this year. Rosemary believe that Montgomery can become the a German Village or Shaker town of the area. She is enthusiastic about life City a plan for the downtown Aren. A i be it a Way to keep Montgomery Low key Point up it Teri Cal spots. It a an interesting and unusual place. She believes like Many downtown merchant however that primary to any other improvement in parking. A nothing drive customer away faster than not being Able to she said. Rosemary believes the building moratorium has been a Good thing but she realizes also that Many merchants Are anxious to begin improvements in the downtown. A my Only quarrel is that it is 10 years too she has been somewhat disappointed in the Lack of cooperation so far among merchants on such Down town problems As parking. Rosemary is optimistic about Montgomery however and the Van Kirk enterprises in it. She already has visions of a greenhouse eatery and Small shops devoted to food products and eating behind the Luxembourg Terwilleger site. Appendicitis suspected Tracey dres 4105 Judd or Rossmoyne was brought to Deer Park life squad station by Hamilton county sheriffs patrol oct. 15 with possible appendicitis. She was taken to Bethe a base Hospital. A Olga knows. The Best Way to reach 83.000 suburban Cincinnati Home in an advertising message in Csini newspaper. Grand opening Marty s Delicatessen 5033 Cooper Road 984-3369 grand opening week of oct. 24 thru oct. 31 with daily specials we offer you expanded store hours open 7 Days a week drive around service Home delivery with a minimum Purchase of 5.00 or More. We carry a Complete Stock of Beer wine soft drinks lunch meats party snacks. We feature be special sandwiches hourly 7 7 we daily t 50 off use this Coupon 5��?~"off1 a oct. 24 thru oct. 27 i. With any 4.00 Purchase l excluding items already on special Price. I y.?
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