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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - February 23, 1972, Cincinnati, OhioA my lists first Sun in to 1982 vol a ave. O1ubbus# Ohio 43211 a or no dealt to litre v darn third a dial 731 7170 5 00 . Monday display a Herticine amp news dial 531-0234 Sellman musicians. Three Sellman school students recently received top ratings in the instrumental Solo contest at Colerain High school. Receiving a one a ratings Are from left Jennifer Hicks 6481 Oldham it. Clarinet Connie Wolfe 7461 South Mingo . And Cindy Gibbs 6449 Shawnee run re. Flute. A Are members of the Sellman Junior High band directed Gardner Benedict far left. Deer pm. High to acquire Library for classrooms Deer Park Branch Public Library now located in Deer Park High school will have to find a new Home this summer. The Deer Park school Board decided wednesday to acquire the space for new classrooms needed in the High school. Additional classroom space will also provided in plans to close off the West Side of the school. Mem Tjce Gsg w serve no the Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Mark of w.,�? _ communities Okennedy Heit it it it Sih Criona Kenwood Deer Park Ron Moyne Dillon i ale Ridgewood circulation integrity Cincinnati Ohio wednesday february 23, 1972 d a is i two vol. X no. 30 Cincinnati Ohio wednesday february 23,1972 display ads and news s3 i -0234 classified aos .731 7170 the building and grounds committee recommended using the Library to accommodate a 20% increase in enrolment after deciding that a building Issue on the ballot would not releasable. A Deer Park has been accommodating the Public Library for 23 years on a rent free basis As a service of the Community a superintendent Louis Manning commented. He said Deer Park schools would like to continue to do so but at the same time must find an answer to their if at first. You Don to succeed try a Csini want and. Ruth Nolte did and sold her Gas stove to the first caller. She had run the and 10 Days in the daily paper with no Calls. Next time Shell save time and Money dealing our classified Section first. That s 731 7170. Space problems. Manning said the Library has been notified and will relocate this summer so remodelling can started for classrooms. The Library space along with the enclosed West Side will provide six additional classrooms. Curriculum the curriculum committee has recommended that the business and Industrial arts curriculum at the High school revised to include fewer technical courses and More academics. Students wishing to take technical courses will attending the Hamilton county joint vocational school in 1972-73. Finances the finance committee reported to the Board that they Are still studying the Deer Park financial situation and so far have no recommendations. A tax Levy is one of the solutions being considered. In Silverton decision pending on hedge Park citizens threaten Legal action Silverton Council continued to delay a decision on the future of hedge Park plans when 35 residents attended Council meeting thursday to express their views for and against the Park. At the same time mrs. Jean Alexander 3824 Woodford rd., speaking on behalf of a number of residents threatened to take Legal action against the City if Park plans were not record breaker. Swimming with the Blue Ash y Blue Dolphin swim team Diane Johannigman 8 4 71 Wilada dr., established a new National y swim record in Butterfly during the tri state swim league championship meet held feb. 12 at the Fairfield y Pool. Diane swimming with the 11-12 age group swam the 50 Yard Butterfly with a time of 29.6 seconds to better the three year old record of 29.9 seconds. Dropped. Residents from Cedar Wood hedge and Woodford spoke out against the Park at the feb. 3 Council meeting opposing it on the grounds that a Park would cause vandalism and increase trespassing through their property. Also they Are opposed to a Ball d i o n d which is tentatively in the plans. Land was leased for the Park after Council received a petition some time ago signed 120 residents asking for a second recreational area in Silverton for it it Unger children who could not walk to Silverton Park. A far no other action has been taken other than to lease the land. Mrs. Alexander presented Council with a petition thursday bearing the signatures of 165 residents who Are opposed to the Park. She also had a lawyer present to question the City solicitor on the state Law which states that land must 0e owned the City before a recreational area can planned on the land. The Silverton land is leased. A people who voted for the Park do not have land that would involved a mrs. Alexander sait referring to the done to go into a Community and say a i m going to put a Park in your its just not done a mrs. Alexander threatened to take Council a was far As possible on the matter and said that residents fully intended to sign complaints and warrants against anyone who trespasses on property that enters the Park area. Joseph Patterson Cedarwood told Council that the Park involved a racial Issue. He said a it was not the first time that something was attempted to put in the Patterson was referring to a Home for Black aged men planned for the property some years ago. Ben Ken told Patterson that the plans had been submitted Blacks. A a these types of institutions Parks Etc seems to follow Black people whenever they move into a residential area a Patterson said. The eleven residents who spoke out in favor of a Park did so on the grounds that Smalt children need a place to play in Silverton that is closer than Silverton Park. One resident noted that Silverton Park is also in somebody so a backyard a they cared enough to put it there a she said. Councilman appointed Eugene p. Keith 6504 Elwynne dr., was appointed to fill the vacancy in Council left Richard Simons. He received three affirmative votes with councilmen Steman and doll abstaining. Both councilmen submitted names for consideration in the form of motions with neither motion receiving a second. Doll submitted the names of Richard Hunter 3917 Fordham a Silverton resident for 10 years. Steman sub melted Ron Degrummond former civil service commissioner. Police reports adult crime in Silverton was up in january compared to january 1971 and juvenile crime was Down according to chief Ken dyes january report to Council. Citizens Are also reminded that the police will Check Homes twice daily when residents Are on vacation if the police Are notified that a family will away. In Madeira Sycamore trustees of police hearing set Levy for Spring or fall vote guard stays gun goes Madeira Library will continue to keep a private Security guard on duty to handle juvenile discipline problems however he will unarmed. Madeira City manager George babe recommended that the Library ask the guard to remove his sidearm after a citizen had complained to Council feb. 7, that the gun scared children. Dorothy Clement Madeira librarian approached Council monday night to rebut the citizens earlier complaints that the guard was harassing children in the Library. She also denied rumours that a year ago a Library guard had pulled his gun on a child. A discipline has always been a great problem in the Library a said mrs. Clement who a worked at Madeira for three years. A i could not believe the noise confusion Lack of respect and Lack of discipline that went on in the she said the Library decided to hire a private guard two years ago following a disturbance in which boys threw chairs broke windows and knocked Down books. Madeira police chief Don Wallace cleared the private guard she said. Since then she claimed that a Library guard has never a Laid a hand on any child As much As they the guards have been she blames a Small minority of juveniles for Many of the disturbances. In an Effort to crack Down on Cronic juvenile offenders the librarians will furnish babe with a list of names for him to investigate. Councilman Smith is in favor of strictly enforcing the Library a Power to ban any disruptive juveniles. Councilmen Schneider said that both he and councilman Ackerman had visited the Library since hearing complaints about the guard and found the Library to have a a Nice a former Madeira citizen Robert Hessler defended the guard continued on Page 2 a Public hearing will held at the Indian Hill Village building feb. 28, 5 . On a proposed amendment to the Village zoning ordinance. The change would permit a More flexible housing pattern in districts a and b., without increasing the density of housing in the area. Copies of the text of the amendment Are available in the City managers office. Auto injuries mar tan Jones and Thomas Jones 1111 Koebler suffered minor injuries in an Auto Accident feb. 20 at Section and farm acres ads. By Marshall Baldwin Sycamore township trustees wednesday night agreed that it would Cost the residents of Sycamore township approximately three quarters to one percent of a Mill to obtain better police Protection. A police Levy will put on the ballot in either the Spring or fall a a the trustees will decide which election Date to place the Levy on the ballot after conferring with the clerk at the Hamilton county Board of elections. At a recent meeting Between trustee Robert Meyer trustee clerk Clifford Knabe Hamilton county sheriff Dan Tehan and colonel Paul Fricker a definite figure on the Cost to the township was arrived at and also what Protection would Given for this fee. At present one Deputy gop majority in Deer pm. Ward replaces Schoeny sheriff patrols the area covered Sycamore township but he also must patrol Many Miles in other sections. The plan discussed the trustees and the sheriff would give Sycamore township three men one a Rookie who would receive salaries from $8700 to $9500. Two cruisers will placed at the townships disposal and the men will work under the jurisdiction of the trustees. It was figured the patrol would cover Between 55 and 65 thousand Miles per year. The cars would fully equipped and repairs would made the sheriff departments mechanics. The trustees would furnish housing for the cruisers. The Cost to the township the first year would $67,975, and after that would remain at $55,000. This figure includes two new automobiles every two years. Parking problems a wrecker that is parked at night in the Circle at one end of Miami Hills Lane brought a request to make this a a no parking zone. Two residents appeared before the trustees and described How difficult it was to get into their driveways with the truck parked in this Small area. The House addresses affected the trustees were told were 6701, 6712, 6721, 6724 and 6729 Miami Hills drive. Superintendent Harr y j a h n Igen was instructed to take the necessary Steps preliminary to placing the signs in the Arele. Junk the superintendent also was asked to Check into complaints about houses at 8808 and 8806 Blue Ash Road. The former is said to have bricks missing from the Chimney making it dangerous a junked truck in the Yard and some Frame work standing from a three car garage that had been wrecked fire. The other residence is said to have junk in the rear Yard. The trustees placed their endorsement on the $50,000 fund drive being held the Blue Ash Montgomery life squad. The Money will used to erect a new Headquarters on Kenwood Road. An explanation of changes made in sorta will Given at the trustees first meeting in March. Eagle court to Honor 14 area boy scouts area boy scouts who attained the rank of Eagle scout during the past year will among 160 local Young men being honoured at the Dan Beard councils 2nd annual Eagle court of Honor feb. 27, 3 . In Emery auditorium Central Parkway and Walnut. Neil Armstrong former astronaut and Eagle scout will speak. Area boys to honoured Are Robert Graham 4647 Maple Ridge or. Theodore r. St Orch 6 8 3 5 of to cent of Flatt Lett Quot Low cholesterol other special diet weight watchers a health foods 3114 Lin Wood my. Toc Moul Sou Meadowdale Cir. Stephen Wilson 6524 Roll Meade dr., from troop 616 John Bintzler 7936 Shell Dale Way troop 674 Michael Marr 7261 Longfield dr., troop 482 Stephen Smith 7646 Indian Hill rd., troop 503 Kenneth Bryan 7936 Shell Dale Way troop 674, Randy Bachman 7283 Jeteve le., troop 555 Donald Poyer 6238 Orchard le., troop 791 Steve Rohrs 10425 Londo Ridge ct., troop 258 Kevan Mckay 7 256 Osceola dr., troop 555 Stephen Murphy 9524 West le., troop 299 Thomas Maier 7820, big Bear District Michael Daudistel 3838 Gatewood le., troop 172. A him he a humidifying air conditioning electronic air cleaners specialists in total Home Comfort . Wingerter co. L-984-8134�? Marshall Baldwin republicans in Deer Park City Council took Over the control of Council thursday when they voted to replace the late William Schoeny a Democrat with Robert Ward a Republican who was Defeated in last years election. Before he lost his Council seat Ward had been a councilman for 18 years. Councilman Joseph Kamp asked to have the replacement postponed until the next meeting in order to allow or. Shoe nyx a widow to decide whether she would witling to finish her husbands term. The Republican members wanted to 611 the office immediately so councilman Root nominated Ward. Kamp is turn nominated mrs. Schoeny. Democratic councilman Robert Leary was out of the City so the vote for Ward was 3 to 2. If Leary had been present and voted for mrs. Schoeny the vote would have been tied but Republican mayor William Kleimanis vote still would have resulted in the naming of Ward. Mill Dali r company lumber and plywood Cut to size carpenters recommended tor All typos of remodelling. �?��?�05 Blue Asti re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 Council committees will headed new chairmen As a result of the Republican majority. Councilmen expressed doubts whether Deer Park could handle the thousands of persons a tri state Ball tournament would bring into their City. The Deer Park Sycamore Jaycees had suggested such a tournament to the Park Board and councilman Earl Lay cock councils representative on the Board described the plans to Council. Root said the crowds handled. Other councilmen said More police would needed the Park and sur rounding streets would require cleaning afterwards parking problems would result and finally they could see no Benefit to either the City or business establishments. In other action a Root asked that in the face of the nursing Home tragedy in Lincoln Heights there a thorough inspection of Deer Parks nursing Home. A Council passed a Resolution expressing its sorrow Over the death of their departed Council member Bill Schoeny. Kennedy Man found shot Charles Bowen 22, 6228 Beech View Cir., Kennedy Heights was found shot to death in his dormitory room at Central state University sunday. Bowen a freshman was found shot twice. The Green county sheriffs office Wilberforce is questioning several persons in connection with the shooting. Police said there apparently were no witnesses. Sycamore Sparks receive letters from head coach Mike Milgrim and Dick Hugenberg defensive coach at their annual awards banquet. The Sparks Are a Little league football team of boys age 8-10, who weigh less than 90 lbs. Bill Hart president of the Sycamore athletic club which sponsors the team announced the following chairmen of standing committees Ken Mueller and Clay Gerberick concessions Jan Knappenberger coaches manual Bill Dennis and Bill Hart programs and advertising and or. And mrs. Bill Brisben chairmen of the annual dance. The club will enter its jets team in the Cincinnati varsity league. Bill Sherritt is the jets coach. Organic unrefined natural Haalon food amp vitamins in Saturah amp macrobiotic special Diat foods Stone ground grains Many kinds. Mcdonalds daily 9-t a thurs. 1-8 �?�9�c Kenwood re. 791-s4s0 within your shopping area 7et.sa04,581-6154, Aei-5203 Sou or to a l m i 7740 Laurel 271-27is i it it mgt Mitt Madeira la Omta Eric ill Llly Hiil in i i this Coupon Good for i i $7.00 oif to repair j 1 al to soles amp service a i 9 . To 9 . 231-0210

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