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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - February 11, 1981, Cincinnati, OhioT 4 suburban life wednesday feb. 11, 1961 in Montgomery City revising fire alarm Law by Gail Jordan Montgomery s two year old false alarm ordinance is being revised to include fire alarm systems and adjustment of fines. City Council a approved the first Reading of the revised ordinance at its feb. 4 meeting. Under the new ordinance warning letters would be sent following the first two false alarms during any one year. A third false alarm would result in a citation and a Fine of 125, half of the previous Fine. False alarm citations would be tallied for one year from the Date of the first warning. Property owners will be allowed two warnings per year before citations Are again. Issued. Citations will not be issued if the false alarm is caused by Power outage or malfunction resulting from work done by the Utility Telephone or Cable television company. By easing some of the restrictions City officials a said they Hope to encourage maintenance of the systems without discouraging installing new ones. There was some question whether individual smoke detectors Are included in the new or i n an be. C of no i i m an Donald Hess asked that the wording be clarified to insure they Are not included. The Issue is scheduled to be reviewed by the City Law director Richard Dusterberg before the ordinance is read for the second time next month. Councilman Howard Smith said he favors raising the Fine for not registering the systems from $10 to $25 for each month the system is not on record with the police. Montgomery approved the original ordinance two Yeara ago to Stop a rash of false alarms. During that year More than 90 percent of the 540 alarms turned in were false according to mayor Florence Kennedy. The City currently has 145 systems in operation. Last year 26 involved false alarms and a total of 97 citations were handed out. In other action Council a approved the second Reading of three ordinances that will permit mayors court to hear cases dealing with passing bad checks failure to report a crime obstructing a police officer fleeing and eluding an officer Riding a motorcycle without a helmet and Possession and use of fireworks. A Learned that Leo Krapp will be resigning As service director effective March 15. A mayor Kennedy reported that the 52 noise rad zoning citations issued. To car dealers during a Sale at the old Montgomery drive in property All resulted in convictions. Fifteen which were appealed by one dealer to Hamilton county court of appeals were All upheld she said. A discussed possibly adding an ordinance requiring smoke detectors for some properties. A confirmed the mayor s appointment of Jack Earl to the Board of zoning appeals. A Learned that the Long awaited traffic lights at the intersection of Montgomery Road and 1-275 Are scheduled to be installed in March. Councilman Howard Smith said he got the word from Sycamore township trustee Thomas Eber hard. A Learned from state officials that the City should expect less Money this year from the state Gas tax Revenue. According to councilman Robert Moore,.the City a share of the Money during 1980 a was $52,500. This year the City probably will receive less than the expected $50,000, the state legislature is considering raising the tax on gasoline to make up for these losses. The Money from this source is used for repair a of roads rad Bridges. A approved a Resolution commending Ernest Combs who is retiring As executive director of the Hamilton county regional planning com a Mission. This is the first time anyone other than a City official had been so honoured Smith noted. A passed to a second Reading an ordinance which permits three weeks vacation for employees with More than eight years service. Asciola Brothers plead guilty in Luther slaying Scholl Winter insoles sheep Wool fleece insoles and Therma. Cushion insoles help keep feel warmer amp drier Hillman s shoe Shoppe 3954 e Galbraith 791-1150 Dillonvale shopping Center 7710 Laurel ave 272 1150 Madeira a Philip and Luis Aspiolea pleaded guilty last week to charges of involuntary manslaughter and aggravated robbery in the july slaying of Andrew c. Luther or. The Brothers will be sentenced March 2. The teenage madeiras a were charged with aggravated Morder and aggravated robbery but were allowed to plead guilty to involuntary manslaughter rather than murder by Hamilton county prosecutors. Ervin g. Fielden 19, was convicted of the leaser charges in Hamilton county common pleas court on Jan. 16. A jury decided that when the three youths broke into Luther s Home they did not mean to kill the retired president of the . Playing card co. Luther 71, was found in a bedroom of his 7513 Miami ave. Home on july 27 by his housekeeper Rose Fielden Mother of Ervin Fielden. Luther was bound and gagged and had suffered 14 broken ribs. Philip Aspiolea 18, pleaded guilty to the lesser charges feb. 4, while Luis Aspiolea 16, pleaded guilty feb. 5. Both were juveniles at the time of Luther a death but a juvenile court judge ruled that they should stand trial As adults. Judge Robert Gorman ordered a pre sentence investigation and a psychiatric evaluation of each youth. The Brothers face a maximum of 7-25 years in prison plus a $10,000 Fine for each charge. The Aspiolea Are the sons of or. And mrs. Luis Aspiolea 6839 Esther ln., Madeira. Fielden is now undergoing psychiatric evaluation. He will be sentenced feb. 25. The us of Shoppe _8452 Blue Ash re Block North of Galbraith re. We Mem a a a Neath the yet Tow awning 984-5514 mon sat 10-6 warehouse Sale 97� Price starting at while thay last last week Sale ends feb. 18th a a a pm it a a it a Ftp if re for Winter doldrums enrol in Deer part adult evening classes. A total of 37 different classes provide you the Opportunity to develop new interests or hobbies improve skills or get in shape for summer fun. New classes for the Spring term include a computer programming a current events Etc. A bridge2 Levels a introduction to inflation Hedges a photography a sign language a a nuclear. Biological and chemical seminar for civil defense plus All the regular classes we have offered the past 26 years. Registration feb. 17 amp 18 in Gist it 7 00 . 8 00 . Deer Park High school Center front Entrance Blasses refill week of feb. 23rd bro Churvi available at area Banks and the Bear Park Library. For More information Call 791-2054 791-4048 793-2249 nativity poet in residence elicits profusion ctr Talent poet Anna Bishops two week residency at nativity school ended Friday feb. 6, with an Assembly featuring creative writing the students had done under mrs. Bishops direction. Theme of the Assembly arising out of the students own work was pupils poems celebrating the release of the americans held hostage in Iran were read and mimed by student pets and actors. The a a Freedom theme expanded with the students and mrs. Bishop referring to the january birthday of Martin Luther King or. And the february Observance of Abraham Lincoln a birth. Mrs. Bishop whose sex Madeira continued from Page 1 poet Anna classroom. Bishop stresses a Point in nativity to answer present questions. Councilwoman Christie announced that there would Quot be a Public meeting feb. 9 at 8 . At Sellman school to discuss the Best use of the Perin school property. She said the Madeira Board of education had agreed to work with the City on deciding the Best use of the property that has been rezoned from residence b to business a and contains about two acres and a school building during the meeting Daniel p. Randolph was sworn in As the City a solicitor and Jill Marcks was sworn in As the City a first woman police officer. We Are the one amp Only Bettye a catering Quality service Virgie Brendel Rachel Fletcher one location Only 7249 Ohio ave., Deer Park for a banquets a receptions a parties 793-2432 offering a delicious food a competitive prices Prience includes television performing accompanied herself on the piano is she Sang several songs summarizing the theme. Mrs. Bishops stay at nativity resulted in an out pouring of poetry from the Parish schools fifth sixth seventh rad eighth graders. Under her Tutelage the Young poets easily managed the composition Quot of a poem per Day. The students poetry were anthologized rad circulated As mrs. Bishop closed out her residency. The poet came to nativity by Way of the schools participation in the Ohio arts Council s artists in schools program. Resi a denies Are funded by the Mac the National endowment for the arts and the schools Parent teacher associations. Despite her. Busy schedule with the upper classes mrs. Bishop was Able to meet a number of consulting firm picks Blue Ash a Dayton marketing rad advertising firm has opened a Branch office in Blue Ash. John Hancock marketing communications is now located at 4243 Hunt re. John Hancock marketing communications is a marketing consulting firm which has recently added Complete aves Tising Agency services. The company serves Industrial and retail clients in Ohio and other states. Times with nativity students in grades one through four. Younger Stude to will come in for their share of attention from an artist in residence when a Mac movement specialist comes to nativity for two weeks later this year. Hartlaub works with kiwanis Robert j. Hartlaub former it. Gov. Of the 7th division of the Ohio District of kiwanis International has been appointed special club services chairman by u. Gov. James Kneisel at the request of the Headquarters of the Ohio District in Fostoria. Hartlaub will work with 10 kiwanis clubs throughout the area a Deer Park Sycamore Montgomery Norwood Reading Sharonville st. Bernard Springdale Silverton Kenwood Madeira Woodlawn and Wyoming lot Jand. A discount Wall coverings inc. Where Quality is High and prices Are Low del Marh Woven 30-50�/ a off Woods del mar mini blinds in Stock $1."2.4 3.&Quot 40% in off All special i Book orders 20-25% o0ff 10829 Montgomery 1-276 at Montgomery 984-4840 open mon. And thurs. Eve. At it i. N. Tri county 874-5944 ski nil a a am hitch meats established 1936 9730 Montgomery re. Inex tto Chester sgt 793-2610 us a Choice or prime sides 300-350 lbs us a Choice or Prim hindquarters 150-175 lbs ground Chuck 5 lbs. Or More whole Choice beef tender loins 5-8 lbs. Whole Chicken legs 5 lbs. Or More us a Choice or prime loins of beef 50-60 lbs Cut for to Bones porterhouse sirloin 30-35 lbs Cut f0r5t�aks or roast us a prime round steaks us a prime rotisserie roast new York London Broil leg 3.89 t Ulf Lull beat feb 8100 Plainville re. 984-0202 Trae Utu Alflee to Cluj 5815 Madison re. Madisonville 271-3 soft Contact our guarantee you will receive All of the personal professional care possible to make you a Happy amp successful Contact. Lens wearer. 25% off by Century furniture 100�?Ts of stylish fabrics to choose from. Our Best sofas Montagu a a a a decorating l 4819 Cooper re. At Kenwood re. 791-5566 Complete interiors Sale ends february 28, 1981

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