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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - October 29, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioThis editorial rear reaction May be late Walter Meyer explains rec. Committee rationale vote. If you done to vote somebody Ebe s ballot will count twice. A we Are Only fooling ourselves if we use watergate As an excuse the in no excuse. A democratic society depends m its citizens to choose their representatives. Government m increasingly confusing Reading a ballot is not easy. Still no excuse for not voting. Call the league of women voters <281-vote and get a copy of their publication which explains candidates and ballot ism the league has taken a position against some of the ballot issues but that opinion is my reflected in their nonpartisan Booklet which explains the ballot. Politics is not always appealing particularly at election time. Otherwise sane citizens have been known to say the oddest things the most cutting things some of the most awful thing. One candidate not local alluded in print to his opponent As a godfather Hll sometimes we Are convinced that political Campaign Are a vestige of Many a tribal Days a Kina of non violent Battle w Hile this is not always terribly appealing to citizens and some politicians themselves it a a whole lot better than what is in second place Rule by a dictator or one state sanctioned party Nice Hiram. Look at Spain look at Russia look at Ritter s Germany. We have found Forte Moat part., local City officials to be honest hard working people add gain Little from serving their cities except spiritual satisfaction of. It May feed their egos a Little but. They deserve some rewards for to rift Over state regulations Reading tedious ordinances. Of course this does not mean we always agree with City officials. We Don t and we will continue to disagree with them we do believe to waver that a vast majority of them and of candidates Are Well motivated. Its the nature of politics that incumbents Are usually attacked. Somebody believes he or she has a bettor Way of do ing things. In that Way we should keep a. Steady Stream of new ideas flowing. It is up to the voters to decide whose ideas they prefer. A Quot. If you done to vote you have no Choice in the ideas which a statement from Walter of. Meyer .4 m Berley Village councilman to no Chance for Rebulla we Are not printing letter in the editor this week which Dwarf Direcia with candidates either pro or Row we believe that it would be unfair to print swell letters this week since the opposition Quot Randy Jato would have no Chance of rebuttal before the no. 4 ballot. One letter from an incumbent candidate is being printed because it is a rebuttal of an editorial which appeared last week and because it does. Nui. Deal direct with encouragement of or Crft Ielein of a Candida re. You for 1 govern your City. For those who Are unregistered this editorial is already too late. If you Are registered vote. Hospitalized for Chest pains Martha Harbaugh 4137 Galbraith rd., complained of Chest pains at Home oct. 21. She was Given oxygen by the Deer Park life squad and taken to our lady of mercy Hospital. Hope they wont have to abolish halloween we received a phone Call from a lady who is getting on in. Year and is troubled. She wants to see that halloween is abolished. It seems that unman Nerly a trick or Treater Quot have come to her door even though she turns her porch lights off. They have so upset her Little dog. Who has a. Heart condition that he faints in terror. I Hope it won t come to1 the sad Fate of abandoning .halloween., but i do suggest that youngsters show some respect and manners toward those who for one reason or another done to want to participate in treating. We suggest that if a Light is not on at a House skip it. We Hope parents will be careful too of their children so that some really serious a a tricks does no to befall them As has happened in recent Vears. Lots of police will be patrolling for your Protection when i was Little halloween in. Its own Way was even bigger than Christmas. I usually started thinking up a. I a stump about sept. 1. Once i bandaged myself from head to foot borrow life Uburto to suburban scene with Maureen Hehman de some crutches Quot and attached a sign my costume which and a i was a Jaywalker. We would go to any lengths at my House to come up with different and truly creative costumes thanks in Large measure to a creative and probably i at least _ at a halloween time 1 a n g s of f a e ring Mother who had to find something for seven Little goblins when i had the catastrophic bad Luck to come Down with the measles on halloween my Mother let me dress up in one of her old but elegant Ball gowns she made a Wand and Crown and 1 got to wave to the a trick or to eaters from the living room Couch a perfect Cinderella Down on her Luck. Vehicular homicide verdict my apologies to mrs. Mary Lou Blackburn who was mistress of ceremonies last week in ceremonies for sil Vert on s Dorothy Dubbs. We seem to have printed the wrong information about who Mcd and Are Happy to set the record straight. A or. A. It i m a. Lie n w Ali Are of Luka ave., Madeira just returned from a Scenic trip to Middle Shorck ky., where they not Only saw All the Lovely fall foliage but also their son Rodny it and his wife Mary inn Rod teaches music at mid Dies Boro Middle and High schools and Mary Ann teaches at the High school. Rod is a Madeira High Bov and both he and his wife were graduated from Georgetown College in Kentucky. A 17-yr.-old Madeira youth has been found guilty on three counts of vehicular homicide in. Connection with the deaths of Richard Tanis 7805 Buckeye Crescent st. James w. Hiick jr., 6i <2 Eleck pm Roger a. Anderson 6829 Spring Crest Cir. Who were passengers in a car he was driving. The three were killed in a one car Accident which occurred. Oct 3 on Graves a re. In Hill. According to Indian Hill rangers the Madeira youth has had his Drivers. License revoked. Cause of the Acci cent is reported to have been speeding and going left of Center. Final disposition on t he Case will be made nov. 1.1 in juvenile court. Airport authority trustees elect the Hamilton county regional Airport authority cra which is the policymaking body for the Blue Ash Cicinnati Airport has re elected David Pollack As president. Dean a. Fite As vice president and Roger g. Burdorf As treasurer of the Board erf trustees. The Craa Board is composed erf six members appointed by the Hamilton county commissioners and automatically includes the Blue Ash City manager. The position erf treasurer is filled from outside the a membership. Currently serving As trustees Are Roy Jett 3r�?z Robert f. Levinson. John m. Lockhart. Dudley s. Taft and Blue Ash City manager Vic Suhm suburban founded 4415 Montgomery Send a mail to Box z 1961 Norwood 0. 45212 0, Cincinnati 0. 45212 110 Par Haw Sawa cow is Mamm Kate mrav tar u s suburban press conc Haum 9 pm to Sam i 9m news. Retail adv 531 -0234 classified 731 7170 Zawor specs director a reps anti mob. Sandy Smth it. Otoe a of Crews in Csc Gruber. Leda Badri Jota b a of pm nth Astwoo my owes i cwt Ftp a advertising representatives on newspaper san. Use 1% sum Mign Street. Co Kraftas 43215 on i Manean newspaper representatives. 404 filth Avenue new Tom 10018 a Tamoni let asst to pm Fosnar librarian. New librarian at the Sycamore Branch Public Library is Peggy Naillis. She will present Reading programs for children including a morning and afternoon picture Book hour for preschoolers beginning today. Book week is nov. 17-22 and mrs. Naillis has planned a a a family bedtime Story baser to 2q, 7 30 . Crude achoo lers will be designing Book jackets of their favorite books that week. Mrs. Naillis was Bead of the memorial Library in Batesville ind. She has a master s degree in Library science. Northeast suburban life. To the editor the oct. 22 Issue of suburban life carried an a editorial entitled a Why the secrecy�?T1�?� in Brief this editorial criticized the recreation committee of the am Berley Village Council and Roe in particular As chairman erf the committee for failing to report at the oct. 13 meeting of the Council on the details of the study of Tennis courts now being conducted by the recreation committee. The editorial stated that a the secretive atmosphere that surrounds the functioning of the recreation committee makes it appear that its members have something to hide. They probably done to �?�1 the purpose of the a comments is to make it abundantly Clear that a the recreation committee a nothing to hide a and to explain Why this committee has chosen not to report in detail until it has completed the study. The committee erf four , has followed a very logical procedure in making its study of Tennis courts and other recreation facilities. First the committee considered All recreation facilities that Are feasible for the Village and concluded that Tennis courts and a jogging track Are feasible additions to the baseball facilities now provided. We then considered Quot a Here these facilities should be located and unanimously concluded that the proper location is on the recreation Field South of the Village Hall which is already zoned for Tennis courts if they Are to be constructed by the Council. The area adjacent to the1 Cross county Highway was considered in depth but was rejected because of its Remote location and vandalism considerations problems and unsuitable Topography. We then considered the question of whether Tennis courts would adversely affect the Green Belt and unanimously concluded that they would not. When we Learned that there were some residents who did not want the court constructed we even took a Survey of the entire Village and Learned that there were almost. .500 families favouring their construction and some 1.600 residents would use them if constructed against about 300 families who Felt they were unnecessary or should not be1 a . We then engaged a professional Engineer to prepare a detailed layout of the facility including elevations drainage and other engineering considerations landscaping which would make the facility attractive and blend into the surroundings was also included a part of the engineering work. All of the facts 1 have discussed thus far have been reported in Council meetings and Council has Given the authority to the committee to do each of these things Ancusto carry its study to completion including the obtaining of construction bids from qualified contractors. At this Point and Only at this a Point will the committee. Make its recommendation to Council on what should be done with respect to the construction of Tennis courts. The editorial asked Why we did not report in detail on the engineering study at the oct. Is meeting. It. Was the unanimous opinion a of the committee that we should not do so until we had obtained firm Cost estimates from qualified contractors because the committee could not make a meaningful recommendation to the full Council without this information. Also we know that this project has become a highly emotional subject within the Village and quite frankly we did not want to charge the air anymore than was necessary poor to the time that we make our final iwo hex amp my d at ton to Council. 1 have had Many people who favor the construction of t Ennis courts Call me and ask what they might do to hasten the deliberations of Council. In the interest of not having this subject become More emotional i have baked them to permit Council to Complete its deliberations of this subject without repetitive and time consuming. Debate from the citizens and they have honoured my request. The Council has heard All of the arguments pro and con Many times and further debate serves no purports other than Quot to waste valuable time and to increase emotional feelings. Unfortunately some of those who oppose Tennis courts have not shown the committee and the Council the same Courtesy. A Small vocal group of about 10 people who11 oppose their attend every Council meeting with their candidate for Council. Mrs. Barbara Steinberg and attempt to rehash the same arguments Over and Over again. At one time or another they have brought up every conceivable argument As to Why courts should not be constructed. First i hey stated tic Village does not need them a because am her Ley continued on Page 3 need temporary transportation Cal the rental specialist daily a weekly a monthly plus weekend specials now in effect on these cars pintos Mavericks Granadas los station wagons vans club wagons Williams Ford Salis inc. 9260 Montgomery 891-0500 famous no Wax floors Hufi 1,000 to 3�>00 free 6.99 so cd urges yes on Issue 1 to the editor i have read much Boqi the need to support issues 2, 3, 4 and 5. Unfortunately. Very Little has been written about the equally important need to support Issue #1, the so called open space Issue. Should this Issue pass taxes on outdoor recreational areas will not be reduced. Such areas however would be expected to pay their share of probable future tax increases. Should this Issue be Defeated the result would be a disastrous increase in taxes of As much As ten times the existing rate. Passage of this Issue would insure that privately owned recreation areas Sill be Able to continue to provide Low Cost recreation for All members of our family As Well As senior 4 consider each on own merits citizens and students. In addition., it. Would encourage the development of a additional self supporting recreation areas with resulting additional tax income to the municipality instead of placing the Burden on the taxpayer to pay for Public facilities. Open Quot space recreation will also continue to pin vide much sought after Green Belt areas at a time when congested business developments continue their creeping expansion. Please urge your readers to vote mss for Issue �1. Everett c. Faster 6868 Stoll Lan Cincinnati Ohio 4 5236 use this Coupon to get your free st amps 1--------------ol Armstrong 34 Green stamp 0pfes jfii.1, wite a a we o any a we listau Tutow Muff. Sent 29 Anc my �?T5 in a a Ashe you As. Ton i wort valuable 5�e Green Santa a free jut an to 6m> Muron along Mem it Saair it we exc melt eating the retail a Tore name to a mender varos of hooting. Pei dam and mate at Purina Are mail Hue come a led Coupon Ana sates slip to Armstrong Amato Menett quarters to Flo it i rank 7. 17673 i 3&Quot a Onesti Stamps 3 Nob Green Stamps i Otto Oren Stamps 1 Oiom Sotan re Santana i Sundial fac up Tilori bar Mart Quot Sotar in studio Famman a Coo tour design pure Tutt see City so Date a Sirur a. 2ip i n of i or i store Nam pattern Fate no so vote not pm 3f to Muyr 9 Gow a we Stemp amp a to Sci lbs new wow my i �33. A i a Sci jew Tore Lewoc to Etc a 15 w5. M to a my ?l orm Tam Ritma 1 Ower w9cj m a Mumm hmm ism. a met 1 1� Saxy a showcase 5136 Bramble ave. At Whetsel ma0is0hiv1lle 561-4463 to the editor Ohio voters will spend quite a bit of time in the polling place if they wait until november 4 to read and consider the nine state issues. Several Are quite Long and Complex if one reads All the Small print As the provisions a of these issues will affect Ohio pocketbooks for up to thirty years voters should carefully weigh the pros and cons before election Day. If we wait until the last minute to make our ballot decisions we May reject All nine issues when we see increased gasoline and sales taxes Are called for in to of them. At least two of the state issues deserve our affirmative vote. Issue #6 ballot rotation will assure reasonably equal treat Bicentennial official its Montgomery has been an official Bicentennial City since june of this year. The official Bicentennial certificate was laminated through the efforts of Bicentennial commissioner Bob Rodenfels and. Presented to mayor Robert a Novak by. Mrs Richard Conklin chairperson of Montgomery Bicentennial committee. signs Are Gong on 1-71 proclaiming Ontgomery a Bicente col ment for All candidates names on the ballot while avoiding unnecessary expense and delay resulting from Hallot Rhy ballot rotation. Issue #8 financing rail systems permits the legislature to authorize issuance of Revenue Bonds to finance rail service. The Bonds will be retired by rail Revenue not the general tax funds of the state. Competitive rail service would mean substantial savings in fuel costs and pollution while providing essential freight service to Ohio>�?T. Please done to vote a a not on. All the state issues consider each on its own merits Ella c. Brown 6725 n. Clippinger or. May to speak Roll May author of the Best seller a love and will a will speak at Xavier University nov. 13 at 8 . In the University Center theatre. The talk is open to the Public at no local women in applause Viola Feldman of Sagamore or. And Felicia Nial Winkler of Doon ave perform in will the immunity. In seminar on children a new ongoing adult de series in Indian Hill a beyond a rho Soke will be presented by or. Norman a amp by. The seminar deals with insights into raising children. One of tip seminar groups begins next wednesday dealing with the adolescent. There will be two meeting times �&-10 30 . And 11-12 30, at the Home of mrs. Allen Church 5405 Waring or. The groups Are limited to 12 people and for this reason Are repeated throughout the year. Beginning in March there will be a seminar devoted to the Young child. Or. Barry is a psychologist specializing in family and marriage counselling and. Diagnosis of Quot children. Calf Jane Church 561-4252, to sign up for the seminars or to find out about additional times and dates. Perform in me foot lighters production of Quot applause nov 14, 15, 16 21 and 22 at Cincinnati technical. College 3520 Central Parkway. For ticket information Call 542-1811. Permit issued a liquor permit has been issued to drive in groceries inc. King Kwik mini Market 7200 Omer rd., Silver tan. 2 suburban use wednesday oct. 29, 1975 Judy a food Market is Eki setts your Telephone ram s rum. S it me. A delayer in Lime. 791-8162 791 prices m oct. 29, 28, 31, Nev. 1 1.79 ltd 69co 1 �91 Oto 1.29 .1.29 v 1.39 a a 1.09 a a Eye of round roast freshly ground bed. Nil Moat. A a old Paar w i Opal anal Bow Bra. P mar Aan Paoo up stowing roof loan 4 yonder Bacon Judy s sliced slab Ivor pudding or Oatmeal sausages perk Leins whole or rib half spiced Ham or Pickle Leaf. Hipped beef 8 ex.__________________________________99 Premium Saltine crackers 1 la. Hex________49 milk French Bauer Cash amp carry 1 gel._m.39 county fair bread. 3 leaves 89 Nabisco oreos 19 sex. Plug. 89 Fruh cocktail 2vj com. By pantyhose Bay one pair get one pair free peaches White ,-�rtr.?�?��?�. 2 cans 99 fruit poach or Orange drink .5. 2 for 79 peas White Villa deny Plagg let Johnathan apples 3 la. Cello hag it my f f 1 los a of Mcinnis my i in a a us mud a a a a a a a a hmm carrots 2 one la. Cello bags orders received after 42 noon will be delivered the following Day Beer delivered by the Case same Low Price 7234 Ohio ave., Deer Park open fr1 Eves till 9 pm

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