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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - December 22, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohio historical society 1982 Velma ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 a it to Piare a classified and dial 731 7170 by 5 00 . Monday display Adverl icing amp news dial 531-0234 serving me comm uni ties of Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heigh is Silver Tony Ken Wood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dilion Vale Ridgewood Quot. I ii i of Cirey l at on i Itkor to y Cincinnati Ohio december 22. 1971 a Lay aos and news. Is lied aos. A a.1 sat-03 73 i to vol. X no. 21 in Silverton delinquency declines adult crime increases by Marshall Baldwin juvenile delinquency in Silverton has shown a marked decrease according to police chief Kenneth dyes report to Silverton City Council thursday. Credit for the drop Dye said must be Given to the joint efforts of the police City officials end local youth groups. While Young persons have been showing More respect for Law and order there has been an increase in adult crimes. Most of the increased crimes Are occurring in the daytime the chief said and the majority of these involve hold up men using guns. A because of this growth in adult crime Dye requested Council to employ an extra policewoman to act As a dispatcher in order to free another Man for outside duty. It would not add to the City s financial Burden the chief stated because the government already has allotted the City Money to employ six men and Only prize Winner. Kim Isgrig daughter of or. And mrs. Don Isgrig 8458 Miami rd., is a fifth prize Winner of the National children s photograph contest rep resented locally by Shillito s stores. Kim a photo was taken at Shilliton a Kenwood mall store. She will receive a $100 shopping spree As her prize. A1 tick cum iii tit iii Cereal restaurant h tee Freak Ceram Tria hospitality motor inn 79343m Kwh Montgomery re. A at 1-71 behind show station �?�4 Tilam Rewt it Imrij a ltd a five have been hired. He added that this would be a Good time to employ a n. Extra p o 11 c woman because 22 of them have just finished the written part of the civil service examination that is being held to replace juvenile officer Esther Kidder. Dye suggested that one of the unsuccessful candidates for mrs. Kidder a position but still making one of the higher grades be placed in the new Job. Candidates to replace mrs. Kidder must still take the Oral. Test. Mayor Richard Benken again called attention to the cooperation police need from Silverton residents who spot suspicious persons or situations. Benken gave an. Example of what he Hope wont occur a Fain. He told of a woman calling him recently and reporting that 30 Days before she witnessed an automobile being stolen but did not report it at the time because she did not want to become involved in. A criminal Case. The mayor stated that persons not wanting to be a 1 n solved a done to realize How much they Are involved. As a tax. Payer he said it is costing them Money for Protection that increases along with an increase in crime. It could happen that a life would he saved when a suspicious character is reported and he turns out to be a criminal who might kill someone while committing a crime if he was. Not reported and apprehended. Witnesses will be protected the mayor said. Other Council news a installation of officials will be held at 12 noon new years Day. A a Public hearing of Deer Park nursing Home s request to add to its present accommodations will be held at 7 . Jan. 6, in the municipal building. The planning commission has recommended against granting the request. A Charles Braden clerk of Council will retire Jan. 1, and he expressed Quot his gratitude for the cooperation Council gave him during his tenure. $ save $ 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 Wiliams co. 791-7227 created exclusively for Cincinnati suburban news papers inc. By Tom a us Ting 1942 Stevens ave., my healthy. Madeira approves health contract Madeira Council approved a $9,000, 1972 contract with the Hamilton county Board of health. Monday night but not without reservation. At the request of councilman Reed the City will withhold transmitting approval to the Board until the City receives a letter listing what services the health Board intends to provide for the coming year. Reed said he was not so much interested in asking the Hoard to account for the increase of Madeira a fees Asha was in getting an idea of Mill Dali company lumber and plywood Cut to size car pan ton room monday for All Typo of remodelling. ��?�09 Blue Ayaji re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 what the City can expect in service for the coming year. Madeira As Well As other suburban communities has discussed finding an alternative to the Hamilton county Board of health for 1973. Ail cities Are required shoe repairing �034 Montgomery Road pleasant Ridge g e o. Schwa egg r be Many sincere thanks to Alt our friends for shopping at Kenwood mail this Christmas season. We Hope that the mall s Foj n e merchandise co no e n i ent location and colourful atmosphere helped to make your Holiday shopping As much a pleasure As that which we enjoyed by serving you. Kenwood Mali wishes you a very merry Christmas and peace and happiness in the new year. Paid advertisement to use the services of the county Board or establish their own Board of health. City a solicitor Patterson told Council that the h. A m i 11 o n c o a n t y commissioners approved wednesday the annexation of 30 acres of land near Ken Arbre or. In South Kenwood. The City must wait 60 Days before acting on an ordinance to accept the annexation. Due to a Lack of incarceration facilities in m a d Eira and an overcrowded county jail m a d e i r a has secured permission to House prisoners in Cincinnati jails for $5 a Day. The Cost at the county jail is $4 a Day to we ver Many t i Mes prisoners Are turned away because there is no1 room., although Madeira often uses facilities in st. Bernard and Silverton mayor Mcdonald pointed out that More than a one night stay in the neighbouring jails is an imposition and other methods of housing Madeira prisoners must be found. In other action Council a a a p p r o v e d a heating a a a a humidifying air conditioning electronic air cleaners specialists in total Home Comfort win Gerter co.  _.984-8134_j re appropriations ordinance to redistribute Money appropriated in one fund that is not longer needed to other funds that need extra Money City manager babe noted that so far the City is operating in the Black and As of monday night had a $26,000 carry Over in funds from 1971. A passed to the 2nd Reading an ordinance that would make outside sanitary facilities unlawful when sewers Are available. A passed to the 2nd Reading an ordinance that would make parents legally re s p o is i b 1 e for i non found operating a motor vehicle without a License. State Art contest winners. Jim Saig Fried Toft son of or. And mrs. James seigfried 6216 Kenwood rd., and Charles Cushing son of or. And mrs. John Cushing 6639 Apache cir., received first place awards in the Ohio Pat Art contest in the 4th through 6th Grade division. Students at . Sellman school they Ara shown with John rape principal. Their Art work will to submitted to the National Pat convention to to told in naw York City May 21-24. Only one entry per category is accepted from each of the 50 states. In Sycamore township lights needed to curb vandalism by Marshall Baldwin vandalism in an area of Sycamore township where better Street lighting is sought was brought to the attention of the Sycamore township trustees wednesday. Trustee a James Bechtold said he had received reports of damage to property from several residents in. The Vicinity of Belfast and Eldora aves. The latest complaint he received Bechtold said resulted from the cutting of wires connected to Christmas tree lights. Previous to this act of vandalism added Bechtold was one of damage to lawns and shrubs caused by an automobile passing Over them. Witnesses to this misdeed made it possible to Trace the cars owner but they were not Able to identify the Driver so no arrests were made. A Light or lights for the area has been taken under consideration by the a complaint i increase in fees by the Harry Jahnigen service superintendent for Sycamore township reported he and his Crew have been kept Busy repairing guard rails damaged by skidding automobiles. He stated the recent Rains had caused an upsurge in accidents and a number of times a guard rail had been the victim. Other activities of his department Jahnigen stated were the spreading of gravel along the Side of roads and the straightening replacing and erection of traffic signs. Jahnigen told the trustees that Progress has been made at Kenwood Park Galbraith and Montgomery �., to the extent that nine Garden clubs Are to be Active in the landscaping of the Park. Nine plots one for each club was allotted in a drawing and each group of f 1 o we r e n. T h u Siats i 11 compete with each other in an Effort to have the most Beautiful display. Jahnigen suggested to club members that they visit nurseries for help in planting and also for donations of Shube plants and Flower seeds. He advised the groups not to expect financial Aid from the township because two other Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping area 791-504.561-6154. 91-9203 Parks Abo were dependent on the trustees. Trustees also. A heard a request by a Dillon Vale resident for some action to be taken to alleviate the traffic situation on wicklow and Wexford aves. A entered about the membership health Board. A were informed by Giff Knabe clerk that in the last period there were receipts o f $ i 05 3 0 and expenditures of $4,413. A gave the Sycamore dear Park Jay Ceci permission to again place and decorate a tree in front of a get township Hall. A heard a request for a. Street Light at Dearwester ave. And Montgomery re. Restaurant robbed the e h i. T Ching Post restaurant 7708 Camargo rd., was robbed of $560 in Cash and a Check sometime Between 9 30 . Saturday night and 10 45 . Sunday dec. 19. Madeira police Are seeking one suspect who broke into the restaurant by a rear window. Low cholesterol other special diet weight watchers a health foods 1114 Linwood fresh organic oranges g raps rust. T a nos rinos. Grown in Florida. Apples Apple Cid _ hrs. 9-8 Thun amp Sun. 1-5 Mcdonald a 8968 Kenvy Ggut re. This Coupon Good for a 7.00 oif to repair color Only a al to sales amp service today 10 years later they still Start at $19.95, but More important the Quality is exactly the same a we Don t just Tell shoes we fit them i Quot we carry the Quot Laurel Quot or a Chevron Quot bet Ween our stores in All these sizes aaa 10 to 13 c 7 to 13 aa9h to 13 d 6% to 13 a 9m to 13 e 6% to 13 b 714 to 13 eee 6% to 13 still 19.95 sizes Over 12 slightly High most Florsheim styles �19. To 29.9s. Mott Imperial Stylet f39.99 #4102 Glenway Price Hill Western Hilts Plaza a Cherry Grove Plaza eke Wood Mali

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