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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - February 09, 1972, Cincinnati, OhioDeer Park it s academic playoff winners. Deer Park High school won the playoff on Quot it s academic Quot feb. 5, defeating Dixie Heights and Western Hills High school. They Are now in the running for semifinal and possible championship playoffs this Spring. Seated from left Are team members Judy Cramer Neal Glueck capt., and Paul Koch. Standing Are Dave Manning program Moderator and mrs. Dianne Schobel faculty advisor. Guards conduct questioned at Madeira Library problems concerning the conduct of a private policeman towards children in the Madeira Library were brought to the attention of Council monday night by Kurt Cleaver new recreation commission appointee. Cleaver who termed the Library a a prison said he had been observing conditions there for the past 30 Days. He would not elaborate on the., conduct of the policeman toward the children but said Only that they a were being harassed a and some were afraid to go there. City manager babe who has been investigating the situation said that private policemen Are hired by the Library for All libraries in the county not Only Madeira. When he questioned Why they carried a gun which is one of the main concerns of Council he was told that a Side Arm was part of the uniform. Babe said that Branam have complained of abuse and rowdiness during the evening and this is the reason the Library feels Protection is needed. Babe said he feels that Madeira police could handle any court favors Montgomery the City of Montgomery has won a Case in the Ohio supreme court in which the City had opposed rezoning for Shell a Gas station at Kennedy and Montgomery ads. Mayor Novak views the Long court Case As an example of How far the City is willing to go in fighting something that does no to meet with its approval. Central air conditioning special pre season Sale 2-ton 24,000 . .795. 21/i-t0n 30,000 . .5895. 3-ton 36,000 . .s995. A ton 42,000 .m095. A Price based on Complete installation. 1year parts warranty m 5 year compressor warranty. Model 38gc Quot challenger flus 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 . Yet us k4j� 1982 Velra ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 r m no i to place a classified and dial 731 it 170 by s�00 . Monday display Advertis Ift amp news dial 531-0234 serving the communities of him Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge recon Kennedy Heights Sih Erton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity Cincinnati Ohio wednesday february 9, 1972 display aos Ano news classified aos. S3t 0234 7 31-7170 vol. X no. 28 in Sycamore added police service would increase taxes its almost certain that Sycamore township residents will have to face a one Mill police Levy if they expect the added police Protection recently recommended by the citizens safety review committee. Sycamore trustees wednesday night considered an offer from the county to provide one Man 24 hour service in a Cruiser for $138 Bike rack and a $250 Rainbow climber for the playground. She also reported that Large Concrete pipes to be. Used As playground facilities Are free to the township for the of hauling. Applications for a playground Leader for the Sycamore Park Are now being accepted by the mothers club. Applicants should be Over 21. Trustees discussed the possibility of continued on Page 9 residents oppose hedge mini Park opposition to a Park proposed for a plot of leased land at the end of hedge ave. In Silverton was expressed by almost 20 families at Council thursday night. Land was leased for the Park after Council received a petition some time ago signed by 120 area residents asking for a second recreational area Silverton for younger situation that might occur. Counci 1 Man Smith also suggested that Council recommend to the state that All private policemen be required to take the 120 hours of training required of All Public police. Madeira pays $3,000 per year to keep the Library in the City but has no jurisdiction Over any policy. Babe will report on the matter at the next Council meeting. Employee complaints several service department employees attended Council to ask for written information on salaries benefits and department policies following a bout earlier in the Day with the manager Over How Many hours employees could work. Babe said the employees had received copies of department policy Etc. Earlier in the year. In other action Council heard that decals and marking pens Are now a v a i 1 a 1 e f or use in a operation identification Madeira a new system of identifying personal valuables. Girl scouts will be distributing handouts containing information and instructions. A passed to the second Reading an ordinance establishing a fire prevention code and fire prevention Bureau. $68,000 per year. Money from the general fund can not be used to fund additional police service since most is used to pay the county health Board for township services according to trustees. A a we la have to do some negotiating a said Bechtold referring to the High Cost of added Protection. A Many of these things must be first year costs. We May be looking at $45,000 a year after the initial layout a Bechtold said. The county a plan Calls for five deputies at $10,000 a year and three cruisers at $2,600. Each. Although Only one Cruiser would be on the Road at All times the county recommends that three be purchased to save on maintenance costs that would be incurred by running one Cruiser 24 hours a Day. He recommended that possibly Money could be saved by keeping cruisers two years instead of one which would he a savings of $7,800 for the following year. Also uniforms which Cost $200 each do not have to be bought each year. Bechtold noted that $10,000 per year is top pay for a patrolman. Another recommendation Bechtold will make when the trustees meet again with the county is the establishing a sub station in the town Hall to save on Man hours. Presently county deputies must report to a station on Hamilton going on duty. Break Down in costs of service for one Man 24 hour service estimated by the sheriffs department is As follows five deputies $10,000 each. Three cruisers $2,600 each five uniforms $200 each three radio transmitters and receivers $900 each three sirens and red lights $150 each Gas and Oil $2,500 maintenance repair tbs $400. Juvenile program judge Benjamin Schwartz has asked Sycamore to appoint juvenile referee to handle minor juvenile offences. Under this method juvenile cases would be handled twice a month in the town Hall and juveniles would not hold police records for minor offences unless further problems occurred. Schwartz also recommended that the juveniles be Given tasks to do in the township in place of sentences. The trustees will consider the suggestion. Playground Maxine Mace president of the Sycamore Park playground mothers club requested the Purchase of a this sunday mass meeting set at Shroder a mass meeting for residents and parents of the Shroder Junior High school Community will be held. Sunday feb. 12 from 2-4 .. In the school. It Quot Jens from Kennedy h e t gets pleasant Ridge Silverton Golf Manor Amberley Village and Columbia township Are invited to attend for general discussion Between the communities and school officials. A Many members of our Community Are deeply concerned about what is going on in our schools today. Individual parents have expressed concern about curriculum and safety the professional staff and race relations. Worries fears anxieties As Well As Hopes and aspirations have been traded Back and Forth within the seven communities comprising the Shroder District a said assistant principal Ray Soloman. A the time has. Come when concerned members of the school Community must share in the decisions that help in the operations of the school. Parents of the Shroder Community must help identify concerns and expectations for their children a educations. They must work with the school to provide Quality education for every the meeting is being co sponsored by the Shroder school Community association concerned Black parents Kennedy Heights Community Council education committee Silverton neighbourhood association education committee and the school communities aids from Kennedy Losantiville pleasant Ridge and Silverton. Citizens object to Montgomery Cycle shop by Marshall Baldwin objections to allowing a firm Selling motorcycles to locate on Montgomery Road in Montgomery were expressed by residents of governors watch subdivision at wednesday nights Council meeting. The group managed to delay action on the request by a a riders for a zone variance until a special meeting is held feb. 16 at 8 . In the municipal building. Council was prepared to act on the Cycle company a petition but the residents of governors watch were not easily convinced that noise was not part of the Deal that would be included in granting the request of a a riders. President of Council Paul Dupuy explained to the complainants that Council could not Stop the new company from operating if a zone ordinance was not violated. However the company will have to comply with the City a building code. When the petition is voted on next time it will have incorporated into it a Promise to install a six foot Fence b e t w e e n t h e subdivision an d the buildings of the Cycle company. The firm also Sells camper trailers but they will not be allowed to display them in front of their buildings. Mayor s seating mayor Robert Novak who has been replaced by president Dupuy As chairman of Council meetings now sits apart continued on Page 9 1 Rry it tvs 11 n my tvs i in. Blackschlege gallery \ 7740 Laurel 271-27491 opposite Madeira pot office Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping area 791-5904,991-9154,991-9203 organic unrefined Natura health food amp vitamins a natured amp macrobiotic special diet foods Stone ground grains Many kinds. Mcdonalds daily 9-9 thurs. 1-9 9999 Kenwood re. 791-9490 i a a special thurs. Fib. 10, iii. Fib. 11, sat. Fib. 12 j �kenw00d Plaza shoe repair a phone 791-9571 \ per pair a a men s rubber heels Reg. $2.50 now $1.75 with this and. Per pair 1. O men s composition a soles Reg. $4.50 now $3.50 with this and. I per pair a b men s composition full soles amp heels Reg. 7.95 now $6.50 with this and. Iper pair o ladies heels Reg. $1.50 to $2.00now $1.00 with this and store hours 10 am-7 pm to a a Der satire a 9 am-6 pm life carriers win prizes Mike Puccini 3585 Lobelia was suburban life a Best Salesman for the november december period and won first prize for excellence in delivery and collections. Mike Peters 7972 wild Orchard le., was runner up. Area winners Are Silverton Carl Meyer 6529 Elwynne Deer Park Mark Brueggeman 7116 Silver Erest Dillonvale Brian a Hearn 7402 Briar Patch Rossmoyne Steve Childress 4144 Penelope Blue Ash Steve Potter 9509 fall son Montgomery Pete Gallgher 10694 adventure be. N. Kenwood Tim Cornish 857 9 Hermitage s. Kenwood Jack Burnham 7 15 3 Juniper View Amberley Ridgewood Tim Lacey 3770 Gardner and m a d o t r a. Mike Stanton 7226 rita be. High achievement winners Are Rick Bales 4319 Webster Mike Kush 5661 Donjon Tom Davis 4210 Sibley Preston Stewart 6618 Plainfield Roger Holliday 7545 e. Galbraith and Drew Emmert 5543 i Rethorn. Bridal news for pictures and stories on area brides elect and recent weddings see wedding Section inside this Issue. In children a who could not walk to Silverton Park. To Date Council has taken no other action other than to lease the land. Residents at the meeting from Hegde Woodford and cede Wood told Council they had never been asked to sign a petition and had no previous knowledge of the Park plans until a few Days ago. Most of the residents objected on the grounds that the Park would increase vandalism already a problem in the area and would increase trespassing through their Yards others complained of the danger of balls going through windows and also hitting Small children. A Ball Diamond has been tentatively included m Park plans. Mrs. Alexander 3824 Woodford rd., chided Council for giving residents no notice that a Park had been planned. She said a City official had told her that the Park had been mentioned in the newspapers in september however a Check by her indicated that the Park had been mentioned briefly Only twice in suburban life. Once in september when it was referred to As a a second Park and once two weeks ago when hedge was mentioned specifically. Mrs. Alexander also said she had contacted City Hall in the afternoon before the Council meeting to request that a copy of the petition r 11p a a k be present at Council that night. No copy was ready for inspection at the meeting and residents were told by the solicitor to wait until after the meeting and copies would be made. The legality of building a Park on leased land was questioned by mrs. Alexander when she read a passage from the Ohio revised code that stated land must be owned by the City before a recreational area could be planned on the land. The land is now leased. Councilman Clinton emphasized that so far the Council had acted in Good Faith after being presented with requests for a second Park in Silverton. A a we re constantly besieged for More recreational areas a Clinton said. Council took no further action on the Park during the meeting. Resignations Council accepted with regrets the resignation of councilman Richard Simons Mill Dali r company lumber and plywood Cut to size carpenters recommended for All Type of remodelling. �?�909 Blue Asti re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 and civil service commissioner Ronald Degrummond. A motion to appoint Eugene Keefe Elwynne or. To replace Simon was tabled at the request of councilman doll. Doll asked for time to present at least one other name for consideration. Council has two meetings to fill the vacancy. Second policewoman Sylvia Caldwell 29, was sworn in As Silverton a second policewoman. She is a graduate of Wyoming High. School and has attended Miami University Mexico state University and u. C. Evening College. She will attend Norwood police Academy in the Spring along with Elisa Simone. Her duties will be to act. As dispatcher and to help miss Simone in the juvenile program. Fire Bond estimated tax to be levied from a fire Bond Issue to be on the ballot in the Spring will be $1.50 per half year on the average. Insurance savings will amount to Between $6-$l 5 on $20,000 appraised property values depending on the Type of policy. Trash collections the treasurer announced that feb. 15 is the deadline to take advantage of the lower trash collection fees. After the 15th, fees will be $28 per year. Pay system ruled fair the pay system of the City of Blue Ash is fair the civil service has ruled. Police sgt. David Popp had asked that the system be declared unfair. He said that George Wilson jr., City manager had refused him what he considered to be a reasonable raise. According to Popp he had had no raise for the 20 months before nov. 27. Then Wilson granted him $3.46 More a week. Popp said that was below the National average for Cost of living increases. The civil service commission ruled that after having heard All the evidence it found no unreasonable or unfair action on the part of the City manager and poppy a Appeal was dismissed. A h1atimc a humidifying air conditioning electronic air cleaners specialists in total Home Comfort . Wingerter co. L-984-8134-j office automation Sale a calculators a adding machines Corner Kenwood a Montgomery re. Rhone 791-1000 a custom draperies 20% off during february 2 locations Kenwood Martinsville 984-8641 685-4005 shop at Home to your convenience no charge or obligation. Large selection of Quality materials. Superior workmanship. 2 to 3 weeks delivery

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