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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - February 13, 1974, Cincinnati, Ohio% i or 0 ltd a m m my a m w r i w # a a a f we a if w Whf a Quot a a a m # j a a a it r Cut a y. Library -�5, a it Ohio his Torikai soon to a 1932 Velna Ava Colura Bug Ohio 43211 to plate a classified and dial 731-7170 b a display advertising amp Dave Leiby two honoured As Eagle scouts s c pts t troop 674, Montgomery honoured two of its members in court of Honor ceremonies held sunday at. Chat Ucli a a our Saviour honoured As Eagle scouts were Dave Leiby 9641 fat Irwin dr., a freshman at Sycamore High and Robert Lewis 9640 Drift wind ct., a Sycamore Junior. So on t m a ate r a Jim Mcdonel and Asai slant scoutmaster Ren do he presented both boys Eagle badges and presented miniature Eagle pins to their Mother. Conducting the ceremony were troops four Otter Eagle scouts Mari Roe neck. Rob Leiby Ken Bryan and John Rontaler. Dave is. The son. Of or. And mrs. David w. Leiby and is the third. Member of his family to be named an. Eagle smut. Dave began scouting As a. Cub in pack 606 and has. Been an Active member of troop .614 for the past four and. One halt years. His Eagle project involved planting and taking care of a. Flower Garden at the Church of our Saviour. He has held various offices in the troop and. Is Active at Sycamore in the t hes Pia is the so boo1 band the brass choir and. The Dixieland. Eland where lie plays trombone. Bob is the son of or. And mrs Roswell a Lewis. A member of troop 674 for six years Rob started his scouting earner with cub pack 674. He has served As patrol Leader assistant patrol Iea aders inst Dor and has been elected to the order of the Arrow. He is Aleo a member of the Sycamore High thespians and a member of the swimming team. For his Eagle proved Bob worked As an assistant Leader with a 4-h club in. Hazelwood. Var Vnti the of Mutte if rim a Montgomery Atn Berle Village Indian Hilt Madeira pleasant it dec Brecon Kennedy height Park Rotta Moyne disk mate Ridgewood map ii or c a c u l at ion 1 it to it it vol. Xiii no. 29 Cincinnati Ohio wednesday february 13, 1974 44.1.5 Montgomery ltd. Phone 531.-9234 profits for Indian Hill recycling newsprint two answers by Carol Pucci depending on whether you live in Madeira or Indian Hill recycling newspaper May t r nay not be i profitable business for your Community. Madeira says it can to afford to go into the recycling business. Indian Hill says la can to afford not to. Rut both communities Are getting the Job done and residents Are getting rid of their paper without having to go beyond their front sidewalk. The City of Madeira does not Recycle paper but residents can now have their newsprint picked up a once a month by a local printing company which madeir�a�5 open House. The Madeira Indian Hill fire company will hold an open House at the Madeira fire station. Isms Miami ave. Saturday feb. 16, 1-6 . A program titled a killers Quot will Deal with heart disease genetic a defects Palau nary disease trauma and cancer. Members of the life squad will also demonstrate Mouth to Mouth a refuse Tatton and other life saving techniques. The program is being sponsored in cooperation with the Cincinnati chapter of the american bed Cross and yet. K also reaps the profits. Indian. Hill relies a on its own garbage trucks and manpower and this year the Village Hopes to Clear a tidy $2,700 profit which will be spent to maintain Village Peen areas. Quot of done to think we could it Quot or Wufka this thing too it it we weren t already a Quot i leering our own garbage Indian Hill Village manager a. Wray White says. A Ladeira does not collect its own trash and the City owns no garbage tracks. And that is Why recycling would not be a profitable business for the City to get into. City manager George babe says. The City con tract for trash pick up with Clermont waste disposal and. Tiff Many does not. It a a a. Lint i Dei to do it wed h t take a Man and a truck off the service Crew Quot a Bate ways. And this would 3fl a a a Oft in profits for the Quot City As far As he can ilk to mate. Indian Hill Sells its newsprint approximately 20 tons of it per month to the Diamond paper company. Lackland which this ear has boosted its Price in $10 a. Ton to $40 a ton. Test year the Village recycled. 263 ton of paper and collected .$3,392. Quot Inis year a flyer sent out to in residents saw the Harvest could be at least $12.000 if the Village collects 300 tons of paper. Manager White admits this Isnit pure Gravy. A a we a live to my there is a differential Between what it costs to pick up and acfua.11 receipts of the pickup he estimates for every sf�oonci1 collected from newsprint sales each month 6554 of that is spent on wages. S45 on Gas and. Another $-46 on equipment maintenance and depreciation. A a but we save about $72 by the tonnage we done to have to bring to the land fill a he says a instead of taking it out there and paying to get rid of it. We take it to Diamond and get paid the actual profits amount to about $225 a month All. Of which. Is recycled Back into the Village Green areas program aimed at maintenance of Village owned open apace hiking and bridal trails., we have had a great response from �?�tekli�s7 w Bill says. This he says is mainly Dir in interest and the fact that the Village is a on stonely is Uirt a Linden about the tree won my pick up. Pick ups Are made on either the first or second wednesday of the month depending on the area and just to make sure nobody forgets trash men attach notes to garbage cans the week before pick up. Dow i the Street in Madeira the seven Hills printing company 7724 Railroad Are., a Job printing company has gone into the recycling in is Ness mainly a tie to the paper shortage., according to one of the company a owners Pat Osborne. A the shortage is just about critical at least in our business because paper keeps going sky High Lilis recycling can help to a me degree to keep our prices Down. There is Money to be made in seven Hills will collect newspaper from residents once a month using its own trucks and manpower. The newsprint is then sold to the Diamond paper company for the same Price per ton that Indian Hill is getting. The company began collecting paper a month ago. A so far response has been pretty Slack Osborne said. A some Are thrilled to death with it. Some Are waiting to see if somebody is realty going to come by and pick the papera up in the Only solicitation done by the company so far was a postcard mailing informing residents of the project. Quot we be made a Point of not soliciting except for the mailing. We re trying to avoid becoming a peat Osborne said. Mem Benefit dinner feb. 26 Grafton s responds to Silverton fire. About ten a Quot years ago Grafton s restaurant. 7314 Montgomery re. Had a fire. The Silverton Volunteer fire department responded within seconds. It was t a big fire but it could Hare been Grafton a remembers and. This month the restaurant will a Jay the fire de pit rent Teck a graft if Benefit for the Sbertoli fire department and life squad will he held tuesday feb. 26,. 5 . Until closing with a proceeds from All drink sales to go to the department to help buy new equipment Joe Grafton the restaurants owner says he has been thinking of giving a Benefit for the she Carton fire1 department and life squad for quite a while. Following a recent Accident which did heavy damage to a pumper arid seriously injured a fireman Grafton met. With mayor Richard Benken and confirmed plans for the Benefit to help pay for repairs and injuries resulting from the Accident. A emr Hove used the ser vim of the fire Deport Ift a o i a. J i f f e i-5 7 is m a of ten ltd ration esp la tried. A through the yearn some of our guest. Hove suffered he Art Altaev. A few weeks ago a complained of pains in his Chest the life squad responded. Their promptness May have saved the Man s life. He had suffered a heart Grafton says he. A expects proceeds to reach a minimum of $500. Depending on How Many people attend the net could be As High As seven or eight Hundred dollars or higher he says. Silverton City officials Are planning to attend the Benefit and Merer Henken Ter a a urge t Sci to j u r eur fireman Jim Fisher but of the Hospital in time to enjoy dinner and drinks. Silverton officials Are hoping for standing room Only at Grafton a on february 26, the night Grafton s responds to the fire department. 4dangerous precedent9 mayor puts Clamp on two variances Montgomery mayor Robert Novak Saya he will veto two resolutions a granting zoning a variances passed unanimously by Council last. Wednesday. Novak said. Council was setting a a dangerous precedent Quot and laying the City open to future court suite by granting two variances one revolving a sign for the Luxembourg wine and cheese shop 7780 Cooper re. And the other permitting construction of a Home on. A Fot having pm a a ten. Foot frontage. Council has been strict on not granting variances since guidelines regulating1 types of signs to be permitted in Montgomery were passed last year. But wednesday Council com Mil led whal . President Howard Smith termed a a Small granted the Luxembourg shop a variance to construct a sign three feet from the right of Way instead of the in feel required by Law. Council indicated that it was granting the special permit because the Luxembourg House has made an Effort to head itself with the character of old Montgomery. A you like to encourage Aid abet the kind of thing they a r e d o i be t h e r a. Smith said. The shop is located in a historic a Salt Box a teme which has been renovated. Novak argued that Council would have no defense for rejecting similar variance requests from other surrounding businesses after granting the Luxembourg variance. Novak says the ten foot setback for signs is a safety precaution to insure a Clear line of sight for motorists pulling out of driveways. A a in a opposed to the granting of any variance that results in a change of the required setback be said. Novak also opposed a variance allowing Briget Boyer to build a Home at 9406 main st. On a lot having Only a Tea foot frontage. He said later he would be posed to the granting of variance that involve a reduction in frontage. A i m a voice crying in foe wilderness Quot Novak told 2 1975. Targe Date High Point sewer line gets of by Nancy Schliess a sewer line to service the High Point area in Sycamore township will be the first priority of the Pott run sewer District project township attorney Ken Schneider told trustees last wednesday trustees requested the Hamilton county metropolitan sewer District to consider giving inside ofe a kinds a ceded far new Eum in Indian Hiu. Month a m e by n e e d a Wing now editorial to if git chomps this on s a urts Pofe a the sex Orciari Quot a Tsado Oeh Isk spook of Oty a softing column Page the Fri a Point tank line first priority after the county received a. $3,000,000 Inte rest free loan in november for sewer Quot in % and Somines township and Warren county. Timetable for the new sewer line includes advertisement for bids in March of this year letting of contracts Fay late summer or Early fall and. Completion by december of 1975. Schneider said acquisition of land could tie a stumbling Block but he does not anticipate any major problems. No parking residents of streets not included in the townships recent ban. On parking tor some Dillonvale streets halted trustees Why their streets were not included two letters were received from residents of Wexford. Ave. A asking Why the blocks Between mantel . And Donegal were omitted from the plan to establish fire i a n is i n. Oil 1 o n v a 1 e. Residents of Applewood or. Volunteered to Cir Cul amp the petitions to have their Street also included. Trustee James Pechtold asked superintendent hairy to furnish a supplemental list of streets that might be included in the future. Trustees will act on the additions at their feb. 20 meeting More police trustees wrote a letter to Hamilton county commissioners supporting an increased budget submitted for approval by a county sheriff Hamilton Paul Fricker. A the a trustees of Sycamore township feel that an increase in toe sire continued an Page 4 Council a nobody listens to minutes before the two variances were granted Council president Howard Smith answered a letter by the american financial corporation asking Why the Council did not permit a variance regarding the sire of a sign on a provident Bank building. The letter asked what the Council would like the company to do. A we would like them to follow the ordinances of the City of Montgomery Quot Smith said. Paper drive Purcell High school will have a paper drive saturday feb. 23, 9 30 to 4 . There will be a tack at hyde1 Park Plaza to receive newspaper and cardboard. Purcell students will be at the recycling Center to help unload Nazere. Household cleaners done to Hill Madeira firefighters Ken Davis left and Larry Van Pelt found themselves finishing up a Spring cleaning Job in an Indian Hill borne recently when they were1 matted to remove whal appeared to be simple cleaning solution household ammonia and. Bleach. The my lure of the two resulted in a toxic Gas which can cause a person to become sick or pass put and did result in one resident bring sent to the Hospital. The lire company emphasizes that mixing of any household chemicals is dangerous and should be avoided at All times. Frustrated residents told City can to help irate m unto winery residents frustrated at what they claim is noise and garbage pollution coming from a nearby restaurant were told wednesday that there a not much toe City can do about their problems at this Point in time. A mayor Robert. Novak said although charge have been filed against Charlies crab Errata Grant 9769 Montgomery re. By William Dever 9834 Tollgate Lnu a he would not be hearing the Case in mayors court because he is prejudiced in favor of the residents. The suit has been referred to Hamilton county municipal Fourt for hearing in Munroh. 1� the meantime the City can to do much but Wail fur the outcome Novak mid. It in a criminal Case and the City will prosecute because the Dever charges involve alleged violation of the City a nuisance ordinance. Mrs Dever and Serai other re adapt a complained to co cacti that doors from the restaurant reach their Homes Quot on Tollgate in. In Back of cha ties crate they also complained of no a from an exhaust fan. Drinking and Ron dines in the parking lot and a general noise coming1 from the area. A my Back try is being used As a Public restroom one resident said. Quot they Are in my backyard. They Are affecting Ray health my husband health my. Children s health and 1 done to see How they Are rotting away with it a mrs. Dever said. A a Itiat i want to know is what can i expect from the mayor on a at this time Novak a mid. We know you have _ a problem bul the problem Isnit going to he solved at this Council meeting. These Are judicial problems know you. People would like us to Quot close Charlies crab but we cannot walk on water. We cannot do something the Law says drug arrest Blue Ash police arrested Mike a. Schlachta 20, 9117 Railroad ave. And charged him with Possession of marijuana Friday after obtaining a warrant to search the Home. Chief Sturgil said police responded after receiving a numerous complaints from neighbors. To can to Council president Howard Smith to lives on Tollgate in says something should be done about the people s problems Quot we re Godf to drive people out of there. We re going to have a. Slum area in that whole Corner of the neighbourhood. I can to imagine this going on anywhere in America let alone Montgomery so lie it or Richard. Litster Faery said later that part of the prob let is that the City does t have All the Laws necessary to prosecute All the com pit info. A and frankly. I done to know if we could pass them a 100 Calls to pulse to a Csc of Ciao i red help Aco Nied and ply chi by a Safua Frint inc. It week �. %musing,.&Quot according of a a company spokesman in one Daj time a 100 Perrons a died to apply far part time re Erieau work enough said. Hail 731-7170. Yter direct Lime to s u a a r Bam a it r i n a ii a urges c f a a a if i e d marketplace a Mew

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