Skip to main content
The largest online newspaper archive
A Publisher Extra® Newspaper

The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York • 9

Publication:
The Daily Itemi
Location:
Port Chester, New York
Issue Date:
Page:
9
Extracted Article Text (OCR)

mm i-' I I IEICIECTr IEmeirgeilic sumdl i ve CamdMsates 1: 7T -v Is'' 1 is A CAMPBELL NICOL nf I i- JOHN DACY STEVENS yryr-- r- J- Bora In Fart Chaster and rrawntl resides with his wife the former Audre BflHngton at Rye and three chU- dren at 134 Betay Brown Road Fort Chester New York Graduated Port Cheater High School Oess of Dartmouth College with an AB Degree in 1943 and Ford ham Law School with an LLB Degree in 1949 Preaently engaged in the practice of law with officea at 319 West-cheater Avenue Graduated UJU1C Officers Training School Mky -1943 Assigned to the 38th Regiment of the 5 th Marine Divlfloa aa a 2nd Lieutenant Partidpetsd in die capture of I wo Jim and the occupation of Japan and diadjarged at the conduaion of hootllltiea aa a Flrit Lieutenant la at present a Captain in the UAMC Reoerve Member at the New York State and "Westchester County Bar Associations Fast Director of Civil Defense for the Village of Fort Chester and Unincorporated Area of the Town of Rye Active in community affairs including Community Chest Ned Croat YJtCA and Boy Scouts- i 'liA''1 Bon in Springfield Massachusetts moved to Nrw Rochelle New York at an early age resident of Port Chew ter since 1939 and presently resides with his wife the former Edna Hultxen at 51 Haines Boulevard Graduate of Now Rochelle High School and attended -vfv New York University prior to lSSS wu associated with the New Rochelle City Government Since 1933 wpHng the war years 1941 -1947 when he held an executive poal- tlon wit the Homcllte Corporation has been rumw-twi with the Qye Ford Inc Member at the Port Cheater Park Commission since 1961 and Chairman thereof since 1953 Member at New Rochelle Lodge No DBS St A Member of Forty Forty Chih Port Chester Rod and Gun Chib and Advisor to the Explorer Poat Noi 3 Boy Scouts of America Vice President at the William I Ward Republican Gub and Local Rape Beatative of the National Rifle Association Active in com-munity affaire including Red Croc united Hospital Com fy asunity Cheat end YMCA -Vry'v-y At-'-'- f-' ij- lV i 1 4 a 1 1 w' i r-i 4' SP -r JJ--JE These Candidates Believe in a Sound Protressiye Constructive and Enriomical Program for the Vilify Fuiure and Offer the Electors of this Village the Following Platform Mindful thaf pvenmtRf was lustitutad ta serva the eonmoii seedf the Republleai Party of thu Village tf Port Chester Now York iHbmltii ud Its caidldatn oidorsd tho following platforw lor approval by tho olectorato NINE In conjnnetian with the Abendroth Arcane THIRTEEN We reiterate our plan to develop" pwi Si chain of off-etreet parking areas from Willett Avenue emphaeiae onr previous aieertion that this Lnprorement tl to Purdy Avenue and for the of tain- vf' non await the final determination aa to the location 1 of the New England Thraway antera and others improve the parking area os New fcV ONE Ve pledge to seek the cooperation of the Town of Byo aria Board of Education with reepect io j' formulating 0 program providing for the -spacing of I Vs sf vf i pnbiic impravementi in such a manner aa to prevent obj undue burden upon the taxpayer ini any given period of time -r'" 1 -t SDL We will eontinne our time honored ed 1- f- eoHey and wmtu and women FOURTEEN We will eontinne our efforts to have the Concolidated Edison Company proceed with tho underground installation of wire throughout the bnai neaa area that ia from IHllow Street to Horton Avenue! 1 FIFTEEN In eonjurietidn with the Westdcster Broad Street TEN Id accordance with ear pledge ef one year ago we hare provided the neceasary fund for the modezniaetioo of Hghting on Purdy Avenue Midland Avenue end Grace Grarch Street and we pledge our- ehres to immediately proceed with this improvement Having provided tho necessary funda in tho current budget we will acquire the neceasary property end immediately proceed with the construction of playground in the Edgehurd section' of the' TWELVE In accordance with our previous pledge we have approved on application tar additional low- -cost housing end we pledge ourselves to seek housing far auddlo income groups c1 ttt VaitfhfifYir Avdmu Wm us pttwntly mhim mrtftaoduse agreement with the present operating negotiatin for the pmchSae of prOpertieAli company will soon expire' we pledge ourselves to proi expedite the program insofar-as it is poseiUe to dc vide adequate doiffieient bu trmuporution for i appointing-competent end qualified men TWO Regardleaa of fhe ownership of the hus to appmntive poaitians in tbs Village Government transportation! system operating within end thrsingh a' 'v SEVEN As previously pledged wo Iave approved the Village of Ftokt and that onr wea-' of Abendroth Avenue fiomddee Street WWW nunoiot uw wur pw- qTaftchestCr Avenue We are presently earned in Tor the purchase of properties We will program insofar-as it is posliUe'to do so conjunction therewith we pledge to' extend tho Mm 1 a -A- EIGHT We pledge to nhiw the rtaOttreOs of the' THREE Wo wiQ eontirme to vigorously oppose Traffic Commieaion and other agendas of the Stem of the pniWng application of the Pert CWit 'Watte -li' New York to make a complete atndy of traffic eondi-ponmng ppuosnon amener wtw ViQ Si to facilitate tho MOvo Works Inc for an increase in water rates ment of traffic withiTsad thronHt the Village In POUR We pledob ouraaWto piOceed with and otainnctjon with auch atndy wo wffi rsquest thq Sum eompleto as rapidly i' federal regnladoiu and LtheritoWai Bridd turns win permit- the Slum CHearanee Project southerly to Midland Avenue ul at State tepente Bynm Bi wifi adopt ah Ordinance to regulate the motor boats in the Byraa Rhrer and the waste materials into the waters SIXTEEN We pledge ourselves consistent with humane treatment of all concerned to eontinne the efforts of the present Republican Administration in eliminating sub-standard dwellings SEVENTEEN Ve will encourage the location of new industries within Port Cheater The Republican Administration Over the Past Several Years has Competently and to the Benefit of All Taxpayers Concluded Successfully Amongst Uany Programs and Improvements the Following ACCOMPUSmiENTS: -v ''(' A dv J- ONE For the purpoee of aMuJinAliig tho fnno-1 THREE Adopted a modem Traffic Ordinaneo SUL Provided lowwMet housing urdta for 200 fami a2 If sL La 1 inn 1 mA oetihw nnwvvt otsvow mnaMMi and' other regnlatory measures to facilitates the Bat L- NINE Negotiated a twenty-year lease with the'' New Haven Railroad securing for commuters end others the me of the station plsxs for off-etreet parking TEN Without increase in the tax rate for the miming year we have maintained and expanded Gov -erameatal seiricea to all raaidents tiona of the several Village Departments and ineraaang the efficiency thereof created the Department of lie Works and provided fair a Superintendent thereof 'TWO Provided funds in the current budget for the codification and mademisation of mil Vlllago Ordinances and for the complete revision and modeym 1 move-ment of traffie -y- FOUR Initiated the federally' financed Slum Clearance Project for the rehabilitation of tho Pahner Place Traversa Avenue and Lake Street ares FIVE Constructed from receipts derived from parking meters three off-atreet puking anas with accomodations for 295 rv- SEVEN Instituted a program for improved lighting resulting in modem lighting an North and South Mafa Streets Pearl Street King Street South Regent Street and Weetehteter Aveuuai EIGHT Constrncted a modem incineration plant and improved sewage disposal facilities- iaation at tho Village Charter 'i i '-yo- -y-L ELECTION DAY TUESDAY APRIL 26 1955 POLLS OPEN 7 AM TO 7 PM IlLIAM WYE Canpilp ChilrntB i i MORRIS GOLDMAN Vlea Chalrmaa CAMILLQ Ir PAGANOi Vlea Ghalrmn.

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 300+ newspapers from the 1700's - 2000's
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra® Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the The Daily Item
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

About The Daily Item Archive

Pages Available:
870,691
Years Available:
1918-1998