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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - February 11, 1976, Cincinnati, OhioCity nets $39 paper pickers beat City to pick up by Laurie Petrie in the first ten Days of the newspaper pick up program the Silverton ser vice department has collected 3,900 pounds of paper for a net of $39 according to service director Paul Stamen. Recycled pay $20 a ton for newsprint. At last thursdays Council meeting. Stamen noted that the program has been going relatively Well in its opening Days but that a few kinks must be ironed out. One of these kinks is someone beating the garbage trucks to the pick up. A a this is a violation of City ordinance a said Stamen a and when we catch whoever it is hell pay More in fines than he would make collecting those papers. A in other service department business Stamen said that the severe Winter has taken its toll on Silverton s roads. In addition to repair of potholes and cracks the department has poured out Over 125 tons of Salt so far this year. That a More than for the entire Winter season of 1974. Also at last thursday s Council meeting fire chief Howard Newman presented the fire department report for 1975. Silverton lost w million dollars fire damage than in 1.974. Total fire loss for the year came to nearly $63,000. In other business. City treasurer Bernard Pohlman presented the february budget with the warning a Don t spend too freely on this because of property tax increases Pohlman predicts that More people May appeals come through he said a the City might actually end up with less revenues from property tax than originally Pohlman also urged Heads of Council committees to give him their requests for portions of Revenue sharing monies. Priorities can then be established to determine where Revenue sharing funds will be wedding m the family see our bridal supplement. Crime up in Madeira Page 7 Madeira grabs Ehl Lead Page 6 club happenings Page 5 a area residents in the news Page 4 a Good foods Good music Page 15 a Harry Jahnigen to retire Page 3 Mumm Mew Library Ohio historical society 1982 Velma ave. Col abuts Ohio 43211 a ii bulk rate a i it cinc 11 a a air 0hn a Eru i. A. To Piare a clarified and dial 7.11-7170 by 1 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 511-0211 be .1.��?��?T serving the communities of. Hue As Montgomery am her icy Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Ross Oruc Dillonvale Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity vol. Xiv no. 28 15 Cincinnati. Ohio wednesday february 11, 1976 1415 Montgomery re. Imine 531-0231 Montgomery continues planning South american sojourn Dorothy Crull. Left tells Madeira librarian Helen Smith about her two month trip through South America. A to the end of the world will be the title of an illustrated talk Crull will give on her travels feb. 13, 8 ., at the Madeira Library Quot. 7200 Miami ave. Remember Valentines Day sat. Feb. 14town Square 3list Montgomery Square shop Ping center984- a medical offices at Radabaugh. Site he Maureen Lehman three medical office buildings will be built on the Radabaugh property ust North of Bethesda Hospital in Montgomery. Montgomery City Council announced settlement of the Radabaugh litigation at the feb. 4 Council meeting. The City and owners had been negotiating for More than a year. The buildings three stories each Are of modern architecture. They a re built to form an open atrium with a Fountain in the Center. A Racquet club May be housed in one of the buildings. The old Radabaugh House May or May not be torn Down. If it is razed the City will be notified at least three months in Advance. A traffic Light May be built at the intersection of the Radabaugh medical office Complex and Montgomery re. With the City paying part of the Cost and the Developer paying no More than $3.500. The City believes it has gained from the settlement in these ways a Assurance of three Story buildings of related architecture a a 50 it. Set Back from Montgomery. Re. With landscaping tree screening a. A screening of parking decks and mounding of Earth to further screen parking a filling in of Trees where necessary to screen the site from neighbors to the North. A plan to put two new driveways at Bethesda Hospital was also approved. A traffic Lane will also be added to the Hospital property on Montgomery a. The two drives will replace the one present drive. An ambulance and service driveway will be North of the present drive about 15 feet North of the Radabaugh property. The visitors arive will be about 500 it. North of Pfeiffer re. A traffic Light May be built later by the Hospital with the Cost shared by the City Montgomery a planning is a catching fire. Frisch s co. Announced a remodelling of out it the m planning Sud with a a. Sage and Patum for the Montgomery re. Corridor from school House in. To i-275 for $6,300. The planning firm will also make an engineering plan for improving the curbs Street Gutter drainage and Public properties of main Street and Shelley ln., for $16,-900. This also includes a plan for coordinated parking behind the businesses downtown. The City will pay for the plan the merchants must pay for the improvements if they want them. In other business the City a Council approved the appointment of William Wingo to the recreation commission. He replaces chairwoman Katy Hinrichs. A reminded residents of the Public hearings feb. 24, 25 and possibly 27 on proposed changes to Ontgomery zone Law. The changes must precede implementation of the planned District development As Well As other contemplated changes. Copies of the proposals Are available now at the City building. A approved contracts with Sycamore senior Center and the local Library it $2,000. A approved a sign variance for the mouse Haus a approved a $60,145 contract for trash removal a appropriated $20,000 of Revenue sharing funds for land use planning Quot and Public improvements for the planning studies at main Street and Montgomery North of schoolhouse a read resolutions of appreciation to Lawrence Pettett Douglas Wallace Hinrichs whose terms on City commissions a councilman Roger Aernt announced that the recreation commission is considering new Sites for a City Park including the John j. Emery property and 22 acres at storybook adjacent to Montgomery. The commissions regular meeting is feb. 24. Quot air i t 8 restaurant Montgomery re. The new look is colonial to historic look of the old Montgomery business District. Council approved a attention All brides Jop l miss the special bridal Section in this Issue. It is loaded with Neu s and information for the Bride to be a tar iii r this is an architects sketch of tie new look at the Montgomery Ohio Frisch s restaurant. The new colonial look announced by the Frisch company is Pari of the. Overall a plan Quot for the downtown Montgomery area. Emphasis will be on a unified predominantly colonial look landscaping increased parking and underground wiring to improve the looks of the area. Frisch a is the first company to publicly announce remodelling directly related to the a a plan a although it is believed other businesses Are planning facelifts too. Sex bookkeeper charged Michael c. Hall 25, 5533 Bosworth pm of pleasant Ridge has been indicted by the Hamilton county grand jury for the theft of $31,250 from talents inc., 4385 Creek re. In Blue Ash. Hall was employed As bookkeeper at the firm while he attended the University of Cincinnati. Talents was founded about 18 years ago As a nonprofit organization which employs handicapped persons for Light contracting and Assembly jobs. An audit by a private firm several months ago indicated that a Large amount of Money was unaccounted for. Blue Ash police and the Hamilton county prosecutors office conducted an investigation into the Case. Blue Ash detective Ralph Conlan said checks written during the period Jan. 2, 1974 through aug. Deer pm. To pass budget according to Deer Park finance and legislative committee head George Horn the City Hopes to have a completed budget appropriations at its feb. 12 meeting. The City has been passing temporary appropriations until it could get its accounting books up to Date. A Check of the books revealed some state funds which possibly have not yet been sent to Deer Park Horn said. The City is waiting for information on the funds from the state. Horn said the books from the former auditors office had not been kept entirely up to Date. 8, 1975 were examined by a Federal handwriting expert. Conlan said the examiner a determined that the signatures on the checks were tracings but could not Tell who had made the tracings. The checks bore the signature of Jim Schifrin executive director at talents. Conlan said Schifrin was the Only person authorized to sign checks. He also said Thev have evidence that Hail cashed some of the checks on which Schifrine a name was traced. Talents has undergone some upper level reorganization recently. Schifrin has resigned and George Nichols nas taken his place. Conlan said the investigation showed the company was almost bankrupt. He said there Are still a lot of creditors who have not been paid. Fire company names head buys land master of horror. A the villains still pursue me is the title of the lecture by v intent Price who will speak at the Montgomery woman s club town Hall lecture feb. 18 and 19 at Kenwood theatre. Price is not Only a master of the very and Down right scary he is also a gourmet look and Art collector. Mrs. William Case is chairwoman wednesday and mrs. Lawrence Scott is thursday chairwoman. Del Ferris was elected president of the Montgomery Community fire company at its Jan. 28 meeting. Other officers Are Bill Hulsbeck vice president Jim Roelker treasurer Frank Egbert Secretary. Donald c. Bruce burglar scared off Fred m. Fields. 4675 Cooper rd., told Blue Ash police that he and other witnesses saw a suspect enter the basement of his Home feb. 7 at 4 30 . When Fields and the other witnesses approached the suspect ran off. Nothing was reported missing. Police Are searching for a thin White male about 5 it. 9 in., with Long Black hair. He wore a leather jacket. Has been elected to the Board of directors. The fire company has bought one half acre at Kemper and Solzman roads on which to build a new North station. The company had hoped to receive the land through donation but instead paid $10.000 for it. The fire company expressed appreciation to the Montgomery woman a club appreciation dance and residents who have supported it. Seedlings to pm Demorat e presidents Day Kenwood Plaza merchants will give away thousands of Tulip tree seedlings saturday february 14. Seedlings will be distributed in the cent or Arcade of Kenwood Plaza from. 10 . 2 30 permit Appeal heard a after Mac making life unpleasant say pleasant Ridge resident Catholic education week Kathy of Leary and Jim Moher two second Grade students at st. Vincent Ferrer school in Kenwood display the slogan for Catholic education week a count god in a st. Vincent a will hold an open House Friday feb. 13, 9 30-11 30 . Bishop Daniel Parczyk will celebrate Masa at 2 . That Day. The Public is invited to visit the school Ana Church at 7754 Montgomery re. To find out More about Catholic schools. By Maureen Hehman the Ohio liquor commissions Board of appeals is expected to hand Down a decision within a few weeks on a 2 30 . Closing permit for the after Mac bar at Montgomery and Kincaid roads in pleasant Ridge. The Board heard the Appeal feb. 4. The bar owner John Minger is appealing denial of the 2 30 closing permit by the liquor commission. Residents on custom Lawn Sere ice dry Fertil Izer pesticide program Call for free estimate271-5263 re. Are opposed to the extended closing hour and say their lives Nave become Quot a Nightmare because of the bar. According to Kincaid residents patrons mostly Young people have performed sex acts in their Yards defecated and urinated Public in the neighbourhood driven cars across front , in one Case punched a Kincaid resident in the nose. Kincaid is a Street of older Homes and Young professional Type families. The residents Are proud of their neighbourhood they say and this May be one reason Why they kept their differences with a after Mac quiet for awhile. More recently however the residents have contacted the pleasant Ridge Community Council the health Board police mayors office and Ohio liquor commission with complaints against the bar. Kincaid residents say the bar serves minors kids in front of the bar have handled drugs Beer bottles and trash have been strewn in the area parking and driving is difficult and the raucous noise disturbs sleep. Minger however Points out that he has never been charged with Selling liquor to a minor. He was once charged with an after hours Sale which he said occurred two minutes past closing due to an imprecise clock. The charge was later dropped he said. A pleasant Ridge residents say they have seen kids they know who Are underage at the bar. Minger however said he knows his patrons and they Are always carded at least on their first visit to the bar. He said the kids Are from pleasant Ridge and Norwood some the children of complaining residents. Kincaid residents however say the patrons Are coming from Blue Ash Reading and other suburbs outside the neighbourhood a people who consequently done to care about the neighbourhood. Minger was represented by his lawyer Pete Swenty at the liquor appeals hearing feb. 4. A Large contingent of Kincaid residents pleasant Ridge Community Council representatives two patrol men from District our and representatives of Cincinnati Council attended also. Residents say they Are pleased with the present interest of the District four police in the situation. In the past however they were disappointed by police response. One woman said police had not always shown up when called or took such a Long time to respond that a disturbance would be Over by the time police arrived. One Kincaid resident said a we want to stay. We done to want to move out to the Minger also says he is staying. He said there Are three bars in the immediate area. A they have no Legal rights to make me move one commented. Minger said he can to be responsible for what kids do outside the bar. Some of the trash found littering the area is not from is place he said. A Kincaid resident however referred to the situation As a a a cancer that must be Cut out before it spreads to the rest of pleasant Ridge. Pleasant Ridgers have embarked on Community improvements during the past two years. They love their neighbourhood and have a dug in for the lobster denied again Hamilton county boat of zoning appeals la wednesday denied building permit for a i lobster restaurant it Montgomery an Galbraith roads. It was to second time the Board to Side red and thee Denim the Appeal. Owners of to property have filed suit common pleas court As ing for a declaratory Jud ment allowing the permit

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