Page 1 of 7 Apr 1971 Issue of Northeast Suburban Life in Cincinnati, Ohio

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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - April 07, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioI a it s Spring again is the theme of the and. A party and social to be presented by the Moeller High a it mothers club tuesday at 8 . Completing fran yemeni i from left Mes. Ben Osterhues Gilbert a Rhoto a William Fischesser and Robert Wood. Attractions include a bake Sale and combination am door prices. Coffee a a dessert will be served. Tickets May be obtained at the a my Silverton mayor raps current court system i mayor Richard Benken of Silverton is sunt my a other Hamilton county mayors who believe the Hamilton county municipal court system Whit it took away Power from their cities has town a failure. He disclosed his stand thursday in a Silverton Council when he reported on the lain meeting of the Hamilton county municipal Ima tih Quot one of the outstanding reasons for its failure a a stated Benken Quot is the inability of the judges to Quot handle the number of cases a sent to them by the Small cities in the Quot there is a backlog of castes Quot added the mayor Quot and when a police officer a a a notified that a trial is to be held in which he i involved he May travel a downtown Only to find the Case held Over to another time. "1 doubt if taxpayers a in the greater Cincinnati a area outside of Cincinnati a know How much this court setup is costing them Quot said a Senken. Quot the Law abiding citizens of All our communities must pay along with the guilty Quot mayor Benken continued Quot and the defendants must face a judge who is not familiar with some of the a circumstances surrounding a the some of the costly inconveniences caused by the present system and reported by the mayors were Quot expenses of police travelling downtown finding and paying for parking spaces Small City police if parked Over time at a meter must pay their Finea time away from their Job usually leaving a police department shorthanded time consumed by witnesses who must go downtown and Many Timea having to repeat the trip the trial was postponed or Becak the judge a work Day waa Over before the Case waa Benken said the mayors court system kept police in the Community and cases were usually disposed of in a weeks time. He believes the mayors court also adds an atmosphere of Justice. Police chief Kenneth Dye told Council the part mayor Benken had in discovering a burglary taking place which resulted in the arrest of one Man and warrants being signed for the arrest of two More suspects. He urged All persons who witness any suspicious actions on the part of others to Call the police. The chief stated that 99 percent of the Calls might be fake hut the other one would make the time consumed Worth it. Council voted to Send telegrams to senator Robert Taft representative William Keating and president Nixon stating that displeasure in the guilt verdict against lieutenant William l. Calley or. Eugene Keith �a04 a Wynne dr., was named to Complete the three yen term of f. Mitchell who resigned. Councilman Joseph chairman of the committee on Parks a my playgrounds announced opening ceremonies tot Silverton play said will be May 2. Festivities will a tart at 1 30 . With a class to baseball game scheduled to 2 . Another step in supplement Silverto n a a depleting funds la being studied by the City father with councilman Paul Steman making a Survey of How the project has worked in. Other cities. The plan la for a continuous paper Drav in which the City Wilt pah up bundles of newspaper while making regular to Rafac cobe Etina. An outlet Quot for the newspapers no mag As in a has been found City officials Hope residents will cooperate in Thea Endeavor by starting to no a newspapers now. Final Plena soon will be announced. Zoning change is topic for meeting Hub Cap taken i midair umber company lumber end plywood Cut to size por Ping Pong Tablet basketball backboards train tables. A sos Blue Ash re. To Samoyl 791 -8122 Edward Serbia 781k Gall eh., reported that one of two Hub Caps was taken from his garage april 3 Between 8 30 and 9i$0 the garage waa open and lighted. 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