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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - February 02, 1972, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohio histories society 1982 Velma ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 a ii Jan.27.1972 no it amp emt to plate a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advert eing amp news dial 531-0234 serving the communities of Blue a a i Montgomery a am Betty Village Indian Hill Madeira Pleasnt Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heigh in site rte no Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillon ale r Edgewood Mark or circulation integrity Cincinnati Ohio wednesday february 2, 1972 ois flav ads and news. S11-m34 cd Assirie ads .731-7170 vol. X no. 27 in Blue Ash Pfeiffer widening would include tree replanting by Marshall Baldwin a four Lane Highway on Pfeiffer re. Came closer to realization thursday night when Blue Ash City Council passed an ordinance to a second Reading for construction of the controversial project. An Effort to push this legislation through Council As an emergency failed when the necessary five favourable votes did not develop. Included in the ordinance a a new clause calling for Between $6000 and $10,000 of earnings tax funds to be used for planting Evergreen and deciduous Trees on the property of residents affected by tree removals. Residents of Pfeiffer rd., one being councilman Gen Houser have been fighting the widening of Pfeiffer re since they Learned that engineering plans had been approved by the county which will finance the project. Two of the arguments against a four Lane Highway were that Pfeiffer re. Would become a Speedway and that the Shade Trees now lining the Street would be destroyed. The improvement will Start at interstate 71 and end at Kenwood re. Some objectors have stated that the Only Way the project would be an improvement would be to continue the four lanes to Reading re. This would involve Sharon vice whose officials already have indicated they would not approve nor finance this Type of project. Managers removal in a letter to Council mrs. June heal ion Blue Ash asked for the removal of City manager George Wilson unless he moves into Blue Ash within 10 Days. The charter requires that the City manager live in the City during his tenure of office and Wilson now lives in Mason about a 16 minute drive from the City. Co u n c i 1 reviewed the matter some time ago according to councilman Harold Korbee when Wilson told Council he had an option to Purchase a House in the City pending a pay raise. Since then Korbee said that Wilson informed Council that under present c i r c u instances he could make no definite plans to move. Law provides that Council May allow the manager a reasonable time to move within the City. Korbee mid Council will reach a decision on the matter sometime this month. In her letter mrs. Heal ion also asked Council to withhold the manager a pay until he moves. Councils planned Agenda was. Thrown off schedule when much of the time reserved for Quot hearings from citizens Quot was taken up by an unscheduled appearance of a contractor his architect and lawyer. The contractor already had plans for apartments approved but wanted to make changes. Councilman Harold g. Korbee objected to the unscheduled Quot presentation or hearing Quot being held during a Council meeting and was Given an ovation by the audience. Solicitor Robert t. Mcconaughy told Council that he had investigated the legality of Hamilton county Board of health a boost in the fee for Blue Ash. He said there was no infraction of the presidents controls act in the seemingly exorbitant increase in Cost to most communities. Council also a received the resignation of Gerald p. Smart from the Board of Sites and Board of zoning appeals. Smart a moving from the City. A referred Back to the planning commission the request for a special permit from the Blue Ash nursing Home 4900 Cooper re. Or. J. Warszawiak the owner wants to enlarge the present building. A approved the Kolesar insurance1 company bid of $7,357 for Blue Ash insurance coverage. A authorized manager Wilson to engage a temporary staff for the operation of the income tax Bureau. A passed a Resolution accepting the amounts and rates As determined by the budget commission and authorizing the necessary tax levies and certifying them to the county auditor. A named thursday feb. 24, for a hearing on the request for a zone change by the structural construction systems. Kennedy citizens plan action against Warner Kennedy Heights Community Council will make a decision sometime this week on a course of action to be taken against the Marvin Warner multiple housing project under construction once again on Kennedy Aye. The Council has two choices according to Dan Mystrom housing chairman and member of the executive committee. Opposition to Warner can be included As an injunction Central air conditioning special pre season Sale 2-ton 24,000 . 795, 2 /2-ton 30,000 . 895, 3-ton 36,000 . 995 i ton 42,000 b.t.u.h1095 a Price based on Complete installation 1-year parts warranty a 5 Yea r compressor warranty Model 38gc a challenger plus Quot. Using existing warm air chamber Blower motor duct work amp registers and electrical service. Carrier a for those who want the bests this offer expires february 18, 1972 Ray Williams co. 791-7227 in the suit already filed by the Council against the City planning commission and other agencies. Or the complaint can be filed As a separate suit. The decision will be based on Cost and the councils financial position according to Mystrom. Picketing of the area has been postponed. Mystrom believes the Council has Legal grounds for a suit against whomever was responsible for allowing Warners building permit to be a renewed after it had expired. Mystrom says that the county wont disclose by information on. What grounds the permit was allowed to be renewed. In a continued Effort to. Stop All building in Kennedy Heights members of the Council approached the planning commission Friday morning where they filed a petition asking for property at Kennedy and Montgomery to be rezoned to prevent any new construction. The property now a fined r4t is the site picked by the metropolitan housing authority for a scattered housing project. A Public hearing will be held to consider the change. Quot we re trying to find out How they metropolitan. Housing authority determine their Sites a Quot said i special i thurs. Iii. 3, a i. Iei.4, sat. Iii. S �kenw00d Plaza shoe repair phone 791-9571 a men s rubber heels Reg. $2.50 a men s composition % soles Reg. $4.50 a men s composition full soles amp heels Reg. 7.95------ a ladies heels Reg. $1.50 to $2.00 Stoke hours 10 am-7 pm per pair with this and Par pair with this and per pair with this and per pair now $1.00 with this and now $1.75 now $3.50 now $6.50 it cent a a Naimee a a of cholesterol other special diet weight watchers a health foods never Tell a lie Silverton patrolman Don Clark reads results of a test Given on the department s new polygraph lie Detector. Only Hamilton county and Cincinnati police departments have machines such As Silverton s. Polygraph machine keeps things honest by Carol Pucci if your Hunting for a Job with the City of Silverton honesty is the Best policy. A recently purchased polygraph lie Detector will discover any hidden untruths. The new machine which is Only one of three in Hamilton county has Many other uses beyond criminal lie detection according to chief Ken Dye. All personnel hired by the Mystrom. Quot we re interested in the decision making p roce a he reiterated the feeling of Many Council members that Kennedy is not opposed to Public housing projects but wants to find out who and what determines them. Included in planning Kennedy Heights will now be included in the City planning commissions five year Community planning program. City Council directed the planning commission to include Kennedy Heights in their plans after 30 citizens showed up last wednesdays meeting to protest the commissions decision to leave Kennedy out of the planning programs until the suit against the commission and other agencies is settled. ? Herbert Stevens planning director said Kennedy Heights was not included because the Community and the commission Are adversaries and adversaries cannot work together. Council asked the solicitor to draft a Resolution denouncing Stevens position after councilman Springer termed it Quot Damn a we must repudiate the idea that we can punish a Community for exercising its rights a Springer said. Charles b r o n s o a Community Council member spoke for the group saying that Kennedy meets All the commissions criteria for planning and has All the problems common to Modem living. Bronson said the planning commissions stand Quot deepens the division Between the haves and cake walk. Mrs. William sheff is Busy preparing one of hundreds of cakes to be donated to the Deer Park High school band sponsors annual cake walk to be held saturday feb. 5, 7 30 . In the High school gym. Prizes will be awarded to the winners of each Quot walk Quot and All proceeds who be used to help defray the Cost of new band uniforms. Former Csini editor is legislature candidate mrs. Helen fix Amberley Village Council member and former Northeast suburban life editor has filed As a candidate in the Republican primary May 2 for state representative to the Ohio legislature from the 26th District. A journalist for 17years, mrs. Fix. Spent 14 years in the weekly Field in Cincinnati and three on metropolitan dailies. She was editor of Northeast suburban life a publication of Cincinnati suburban newspapers. Inc.,. From its inception in 1961 until her resignation from that Post in August 1971. Mrs. Fix entered politics in 1.96-7, when she Defeated the incumbent from District c in Amberley. Re elected in 1969 and in 1971, she serves As chairman of the health education and welfare committee and As a member of the police and fire finance and roads and Public utilities committees. Active in Community and journalism affairs mrs. Fix is vice president of Theta Sigma Phi National professional society for women in journalism and communications and is a member of the Ohio newspaper women a association. She is also an honorary life member of the. Hamilton county police other hats in ring Page 3 _ association. Other memberships include Phi Beta Kappa Scholastic honorary Tau Kappa Alpha debating society and p i Delta Epsilon journalism honorary. A native of Richmond va., mrs. Fix received her . Degree from the University of Richmond a. She and her husband John a member of the technical staff of the toilet mrs. Helen fix candidate for legislature goods division of Procter amp Gamble have lived in Cincinnati 26 years. They Are parents of three children John jr., 24 mrs. Thomas Brown 22 and Marian fix 20-, the fixes Are Active members of the pleasant Ridge United methodist Church. The 26th District encompasses Reading Amberley precincts by Cincinnati Ward 14, Silverton Deer Park most of Sycamore and Columbia townships including unincorporated Kenwood Mariemont Fairfax Indian Hill Symmes township Terrace Park and part of Milford. Kindergarten starts feb. 7 in Deer Park Jirl Mvusi. In re in Day i s�1�rd�y 9 am-4 pm kindergarten will begin again in Deer Park feb. 7 and will continue through this school year Only unless voters pass a school Levy to be put on the ballot sometime this Spring. Money to reins t a the kindergarten will come from Deer Parks share of state Money recently allocated to school districts in Ohio. Included in Deer Parks share were funds projected by the state to be needed by the High school which has 243 More pupils this year than last. However since no additional teachers were hired to compensate for the increased enrolment these funds could tie used to reinstate kindergarten for the remainder of the year according to superintendent Louis Manning. A letter explaining details and arrangements to be made Wilt be mailed to All parents of kindergarten age children. Organic unrefined natural health food amp. Vitamins u matured a macrobiotic special diet foods Stone ground grains Many kinds. Mcdonalds daily 9-8 thurs. 1-8 8968 Kenwood re. 791-8480 bre ten Bach plumbing service within your shopping area 791 -s804,s61 -61 �4,891 -9203 a v _. I Block Schluger gall�r1 7740 Laurel sti a it a opposite Madeira pm at of Fly i iii iii ii Nawa Milldale company lumber and plywood Cut to size carpenters recommended for All typos of remodelling. So a Blue Ash re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 City Are required to take a test before being hired and the equipment is especially helpful in eliminating criminal suspects. Patrolman Don Clark is the Only officer qualified to operate the machine which was purchased in August for $1,300. Clark who has been on the Force two years attended a six week course in polygraphs before becoming qualified to give the Testa. Your skin heart breathing and pulse Tell it All says Clark As he wraps your Arm in Canvas much like a doctor takes a pulse. A i can even Tell when a Guy has a bad lies Are detected by changes in heart beats skin sensations pulse rates and most important breathing. Question patterns and wording of questions is important in lie detection. On the first test two Are usually Given to each person Lark will alternate irrelevant questions such As a where do you live a with questions relevant to the subject being investigated. Later he. Will ask. The same questions in different patterns so a person can to Forsee what Type of question will be asked. A graph then records changes in skin heart breathing and pulse. There Are different types of tests Given for different cases Clark noted. In the the Quot Peak of tension test used for some robbery cases subjects Are shown a list with the names of five items printed on it one of which is the stolen item. The subject is then questioned about each of the items and if she is guilty of stealing one of them his breathing Etc. Will react As the subject of the stolen item is approached. Finally his reactions will reach a Peak at the mention of the article. Clark has tested 27 persons so far and although the evidence from a lie a Hia Tinc Quot a humidifying air conditioning electronic air cleaners specialists in total Home Comfort . Wingerter co. _984-8134_ by Lee Wheeler lending cheer to this chilling season is one of the year s warmest hot Days Valentine s Day february 14. As a Day for remembering sweethearts family and dear friends it is a Day for special gifts and wishes. At. Kenwood mall you 11 find both traditional and new gift ideas to offer your Valentine and those closest to you. No women can resist a bouquet of sweetheart roses traditional on this Day and Low priced at Dorl a. Ferns. Fine Candy it always a Valentine tradition and Barricini Candy has tha Bast. Quot Haart of Gold Quot a one Pound assortment of Fine chocolates it lust �3.98. And a three ounce Quot adorable heart Quot Assor Manf for $1 35 is just tha thing for Avery parents Utt last Valentines. For something a Little different try Spencer gifts of Kenwood or Walden books could have just the Little volume of drawings and versa that Besten presses your Valentine wishes. For the Man who Hopes to give his lady a different sort of treat Why Mot suggest dinner and a show both Larua s and Marriott hot Shoppas offer a a getting away from it ally atmosphere and delicious meals while the Kenwood theatre will be featuring Quot made for each other Quot a romantic drama for the Holiday. Bring smiles to those closest to you with a Valentinas Day Surprise from one of Kenwood melt s Many stores Detector test cannot be used in court he has obtained a number of confessions from the tests. No one is forced to take a test although most agree to it. Responses vary guilty and innocent persons vary their responses to questions Clark says. Often when asked the year of his birth a guilty person will give Only the year while an innocent Man is More Likely to give both the Day and year. When asked if he has any health problems a guilty subject May say he has heart trouble or skin problems As a cover for his bodily reactions on the graph. Moving also distorts the lie detectors mechanisms and Many times a liar May use a nervous condition As an excuse for moving. Quot everybody tries to beat the machine said Clark who admitted trying to fool a fellow classmate himself in training school. The skill for detecting untruths lies in the tester s ability to interpret the machine said Clark. A the machine is always right but its up to me to interpret it Clark is also in charge of the juvenile program in Silverton along with policewoman Elisa Simone. Dairy robbed Boe Rgers Dairy 7114 Blue Ash ave., was the victim of Strong Arm robbers Jan. 24, at 7 20 ., by two male youths about 18-., they purchased cigarettes and when the cashier Colleen Driscoll 8920 Applewood dr., Rossmoyne rang up the Purchase they pushed her aside and took the Large Bills from the Register. They escaped in a late Model car driving South on Plainfield re. A end a hops. ajlijuuul8 6 it Rulx

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