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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - December 08, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohio historical so misty 1982 Velma ave. Colun bus Ohio 43211 a ii an Sec it amp Cait to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 serving tha communities of Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio wednesday december a 1971 a Bank receives charter.,.officers of the Western achievement Bank. Silverton. Are shown with Oliver Waddell vice president of the first National Bank of Cincinnati As he presents the charter authorizing the Western achievement Bank to do business As an official Junior achievement company. The officers Are from left liars a Martas v. Pres of finance Jeanne Faessler comptroller Teri Tumbusch Sec. Dave Wayne personnel dir., and Donna Mustard pres. The Silverton Bank is one of More than 100 Junior achievement companies in operation in the greater Cincinnati area. The first National is the achievers counselling firm. Ois Flay aos Ano hews classified aps of. S31.#234. 731-7170 vol. X no. 19 when paid quarterly trash collection fees raised in Silverton an ordinance that would increase garbage collection fees when paid quarterly instead of annually was passed by Silverton Council thursday night. The ordinance raises the collection fees when paid each Quarter to a total of $28 per year. If the Bill is paid at one time and before february 15, the charge will remain at $20 Council passed the ordinance to defray Costa of mailing typing and bookkeeping on quarterly Billing. People who wish to use the Quarter payment plan will now pay extra for on banking Board. Or. Richard e. Ball 8928 Sandy mar dr., professor and head of the University of Cincinnati a department of finance has been appointed by governor John j. Gilligan to the Ohio division of Banks supplementary advisory Board which conducts studies of Ohio a Hanking Laws and related statutes. Their recommendations axe used for legislative and regulatory amendments. Is Cente a f la Tutino a a Low cholesterol other special diet weight watchers a health foods 1114 unwed my. Lookout of Kwh these services and people who wish to make the payment on an annual basis will be exempt from service charges. Mayor Benken noted that trash collection costs for this year will amount to nearly $63,000 and that next year there is a possibility that rates for the Landfill being used for dump age will also he raised. Benken also stated that even with the increase in fees Silverton a charge for trash collection is below that of most private company a who charge $36 to $60 for pick up services. Reduced bus fares the possibility of providing reduced bus fares to senior citizens in Silverton was referred to the finance committee for study after mayor Benken reported that a Check with other mayors in the Hamilton county municipal league indicated that most cities Are not providing the fare cuts. Benken noted that although Cincinnati does provide reduced fares it also has a 1.7% earnings tax which Silverton does not have. Lighting Council passed an ordinance that will provide for additional Street lighting units on Woodford rd., and also in Back of the municipal building whose poor lighting has been one of the causes of vandalism. In other action Council authorized the May or to renew a contract with the Hamilton county Board of health that provides Public $ save $ i 1130.00 value free Humidifier installed with each new Williamson Furnace or Central air conditioning system. If you have Humidifier $75 to $100 deduction toward electronic air cleaner installation. Call now for free estimate. This offer expires dec. 31. 1971. Ray Williams co. 791-7227 health services for citizens of Silverton. The Cost of services is $5,333 up $1,200 from last year. Passed a Resolution honouring former Northeast suburban life editor Helen fix for her outstanding Job in reporting the news of Silverton. A read a Resolution honouring Silverton policewoman Esther Kidder who recently submitted her resignation commending her for her contributions to Silverton and to the juvenile program. Applications Are now being accepted in the City building until. Dec. 11 for a. Police woman. Applicants must be 2131 years old and have two years College education. A thanked Silverton citizens for their vote of Confidence Given to Council members m the recent election. Indian Hill Madeira joint Board of health proposed us professor honoured. Or. R. Vernon Stroud 8851 Lavenant ave., director of speech pathology and audiology at the University of Cincinnati has been named a fellow of the american speech and hearing association. Only a few of the organizations 14,000 members Are selected each year for the distinction. By Carol Pucci a proposal to study establishment of an Indian Hill Madeira Community Board of health to replace services now provided by the Hamilton county Board of health was submitted to Madeira Council monday night by City manager George babe. The joint plan which would go into effect in 1973, was suggested after a Council passed to 2nd Reading an ordinance authorizing the City manager to enter into contract with Hamilton county Board of health to provide Public health services to the City at a Cost of $9,053, up $4,693 from last year. A the purpose of an. Indian Hill Madeira Board would be to provide better services at a less expensive Cost a said babe noting that Madeira has no use for Many of the services the Hamilton county Board now offers. The Board of health provides licensing and Board of health contracts for 1972 to be $22,500, although babe favored making the 1972 contract because of Lack of time to study the joint plan in depth and Haw it ready before 1973. A the key is to find a health commissioner with inspection services for restaurants food stores swimming pools Etc. Which Are More needed in. Some communities than others. Cost of a contract with the boards is based on assessed property values in the Community so that often a More affluent Community that does not have a. Great need for inspection services helps pay for the Cost of services in a poorer Community where need May be greater but Cost of a contract is lower. Babe and Indian Hill officials estimated the total Cost of both communities the know How and experience to do the Job right Quot commented babe. The proposal was referred to the Laws and contracts committee for study. Officials installed. Judge Chase m. Davies Hamilton county probate continued on Page 4 Blue Ash names City officials Blue Ash City officials recently elected by Council Are mayor Charles Proctor vice mayor Harold Korbee recreation ecology and Parks committee chairman Leonard Ingram finance committee chairman Paul Mckinney safety service committee chairman Jack Redwine planning and zoning committee chairman Richard Huddleston and Public works and improvements committee chairman . Houser. Jack Redwine was named As Blue ashes representative to the Oki regional planning authority and Richard Huddleston was elected to represent Council on the planning commission. Elected to the Board of trustees of the Community improvement corporation were Harold Korbee City manager George Wilson and solicitor Robert Mcconaughy. In Montgomery earnings tax measure fails first Reading by Marshall Baldwin Montgomery City Council failed wednesday to swing enough votes to pass to a second Reading an. Ordinance to establish an earnings tax. One councilman was absent from the meeting and two opposed its passage. The 16-Page ordinance was introduced As an emergency measure but did not pass a first Reading. It failed to reach a majority vote however when councilman Todd Hunter and Jack Cisco voted against it and councilman Paul Dupuy was absent. A another try to pass the ordinance will be1 made tonight. Novak would like it passed As emergency legislation so it could go into Force the first of the year. The 16-Page ordinance must again be read. Residents surprised audience protest to the ordinance appeared to Surprise the supporters of the Bill since most of the larger than usual number of spectators were unaware of Theta ordinance. Since the persons addressing Council were not asked to give their names and addresses it is not possible to credit the ones who made the following statements a Why did no to we hear about the need for More Money before election time a a if you needed More tax Money Why did no to you ask us to vote for a six Mill Levy a a Why Wasny to a Public hearing held a a member of the group drawing the charter addressed the mayor saying a before the charter was accepted by the voters we were told the City was sound financially. If we had known More Money was needed we would have added another Mill to the tax there will be some changes in the ordinance from the Way it was originally written according to solicitor Richard b. Dusterberg. Council voted five percent pay increases for the police chief and four patrolmen Deputy clerk service department employees and the finance director and. Council clerk. The latter two positions Are held by the same person. A Resolution honouring Sycamore High schools football team for its undefeated season was passed. Councilman Cisco a suggestion that Moellers football team also be honoured was ignored. A Resolution of Praise for Herman Hansen service director with several other tasks was approved. He recently became 80 years of age. Robert Reichter 7916 tree Heights ctr a has been accepted As a Montgomery patrolman. Provident Bank failed to receive approval of a sign variance. Merit pay system hit Sycamore township opposes annexation Sycamore township trustees went on record wednesday As opposing the annexation of a part of Sycamore twp. By the City of Montgomery. The annexation request is being considered today by the Hamilton county commissioners. A approximately 700 acres of land is involved a As a result of complaints by Blue Ash. Sgt. David Popp the civil service commission will hold a hearing to consider the fairness of the Merit pay system in Blue Ash. Popps claims that a recent pay raise granted to him by City manager George Wilson is insufficient and that the Merit pay system in Blue Ash is unfair. Under the system provided for in the City a charter the salary for a sergeant who is rated satisfactory is $816 monthly the salary May be raised on a mathematical scale proportionate to a higher rating if the officer receives one. According to Popp it. Wilder rated him satisfactory to highly satisfactory for 20 months of work and Wilson raised his salary to $860 per month. Wilder recommended that poppy a salary be raised to $917 monthly. Mill Dale lumber company lumber and plywood Cut to size carpal tar Romm Tanaid for All types of Ramo Dot no. A sos Btu Ash re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 a shia Timco a a a humidifying air conditioning electronic air cleaners specialists in. Total. Home Comfort Wingerter co. _984-$134_ i this Coupon Good for a $7.00 0fi to repair color Only al to sales amp service 531-0475 9 am-9 i 231-0210 to bandit0 Wicker sorted wooden choir coolie hot a Bod Many mask and a 2% Pound acetate Tubo of kiddie Candy. What Mora delightful gift for the tiny tot who con dross up sit Down and nibble while watching his favorite to $11.95 delivered. Bissinger a 205 West 4th Street Cincinnati Ohio 45202 241-8182 said Cliff Knabe clerk trustees a but most of it is in Symmes the trustees Are opposed to any of the annexation but emphasized that they Are especially opposed to any part of Sycamore twp. Being absorbed by Montgomery. At a recent meeting of the trustees there was some concern expressed Over the Lack of land for Graves in Hopewell cemetery. The erection of mausoleums was discussed but a Survey by superintendent Harry e. Jahnigen showed a substantial number of grave Sites Are still available. Frenchmeyer with a bid of $1,272 for Fleet insurance was the Low bidder and was awarded the contract. The next meeting of the trustees is wednesday dec. 15, at 8 . In the administration building 9610 Kenwood re. Of Sycamore township Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping Are 7s1-ss04, ssi 41 $4, ssi of 303 a6uarium Sale 20% discount on All tropical fish. Plants and equipment. Pets and supplies tropics is tropical aquatics 3082 Madison re. Oakley phone 871-4127 f1avewt everywhere you look Christmas is bringing cheer and Bright colors the Cincinnati. And a Van the recent Rainy spell Hasni to dampened the seasons spirit at the All enclosed Kenwood Mali. Make the mall your shopping Headquarters this Christmas so you can enjoy All the pre Holiday activities. Decorated beautifully the weather protected Kenwood mails Many stores and shops off or every variety of Fine Quality gift merchandise for every special someone on your list. If the a a yuletide for antics Ere getting to you take your gift idea troubles to the mall and appreciate real shopping ease with reasonable prices and huge selections All under on roof. And remember the mall has More than gift items to help you through these last Busy weeks. Each of the Kenwood med merchants has something special to help you. Including Floral and Candle arrangements for your Christmas meal cent Arpinee fast Lva Candy and baked goods snacks and wines for those drop in guests novelties and fabrics for do it yourself decoration projects Christmas music on records and tapes for family song fests and wide assortments of cards wrapping paper ribbon and colourful tags. Santa Claus and the Homer Moo puppet Are at Kenwood Mell too ready to Chat with your Little ones. So lose the yuletide frantic a Indi bring Yoist Clifty Thiim lists a for i Tufts party preparations and other Holiday needs to Kenwood mall this year. Fsxffmlm1krtpald advertisement a it i itt Titti la Una kit Faurand h Ike Freak be req Trie hospitality motor Lee Sam a Mao Montgomery ltd. A at 1-tl behind Ohio station a a it a it Tarj it al a

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