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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - February 27, 1974, Cincinnati, OhioLife an to Reader reaction 4 More heat than a suburban scene with Carol Pucci gop bet for �?T76 former Texas governor John r. Connally is remaining non committal As far As his plans to enter the presidential race for 1976, but he a not writing the idea off his list of future plans. He made that Clear As he spoke and answered questions at the Ohio a newspaper association convention in Columbus last week. And we be got to report that he is one of the Moat straight Forward and seemingly honest politicians we be run across in a Long while. Connally a message to the Media was to urge newspapers and television to inform the Public about the facts surrounding such a inflammatory topics As Oil profits rising prices inflation. Etc. Explanations he believes Are passing the Public by. His resignation As special advisor to the president was not an attempt to disassociate himself from Richard Nixon Connally maintains but a matter of being Able to go Only so far As a special advisor without the Silver haired Democrat turned Republican appears to be just what the faltering gop May be looking for to get itself Back on its feet get and in shape for 76. A of we also enjoyed visiting with some familiar faces at the convention including state rep. Dick Finan state sen. Michael Maloney and Sycamore Messinger publisher mrs. Betty Behm. Sen. Maloney spoke to reporters and publishers concerning his support for Senate Bill 220 aimed at giving implied Powers to county commissioners something he indicated Many township trustees see As a threat to their own Power and a push towards metro government. Sen. Maloney can be gratified in the fact that he has at least one set of trustees with him on the Bill. Sycamore township trustees recently went on record As favouring an amendment to the Bill to also give implied Powers to townships. However the trustees says they support maloney8 Bill even As it now stands. Their theory is that they a rather see commissioners have More Power than to leave things the Way they stand today. Deer Park residents might recognize a familiar figure floating around inside some of councilman Tom Lukens Campaign literature. The brochure pictures councilman Luken shaking hands with a Man wearing a Deer Park fire department jacket. A spokesman for the department tells us the organization Hopes the literature does t give the impression that the fire department is endorsing Luken. The department has never endorsed a political candidate and the spokesman says it does no to plan to Start now. A injured Silverton fireman Jim Fisher and his wife were honoured guests of mayor Richard Benken and City officials at the Grafton s dinner Benefit for the fire department and life squad last night. Fisher was surprised with a gift of Golf clubs presented to him y various Community organizations. It looks Likely that the Rossmoyne commune fire company will ask Sycamore township trustees to place a request for a Quarter Mill increase to its operating Levy on the ballot in May. Right now the millage stands Are three fourths. The raise would bring the Rossmoyne Levy up to what residents in the Montgomery Community fire company area Are now paying. To the editor far More heat than Light has been generated by Delhi township trustees Luebbers and Rhodes on the issues involved in Senate Bill 220, the purpose of which is to bring county govern ment in ohm into the 20th Century by providing county commissioners with limited legislative authority. In their determination to a a protect township government from encroachment by the big. Bad county commissioners messes. Luebbers and Rhodes have made a series of accusations designed to Crea Tate opposition based on emotionalism rather than on the facts of the Issue. Messes. Luebbers and Rhodes foresee creation of an alternative form of county government without a vote of the people should . 220 become Law. A Reading of sections 302.01/ 302.03, 302.04 and 302.05 of the Ohio revised code the alternative forms sections makes it emphatically Clear that a vote of the people is essential to adoption of an alternative form. While these two men predict Quot Sevasta tin ing a tin results for townships fact is that passage of , 220 will principally Benefit residents of unincorporated areas by equipping county commissioners with the Power to move on Day to Day problems without the necessity of going to the Ohio general Assembly for special legislation every time a situation arises in which they do not have specific legislative authority to act. There was a time in Ohio a Early history that ministerial Power was sufficient for county commissioners. It is not sufficient in 1974. Urban counties particularly experience the problems of waste disposal poverty air and water pollution housing. Mass transportation land use and on and on. Under these circumstances it is ridiculous for counties to be run in Large to the same was they were 120 years ago. County commissioners Are today As they were then agents of the state. They Are not executives and they Are not legislators. They sit. Hands tied by archaic Law unable to. Address themselves to Many serious problems of their constituencies. It serves no useful purpose to oppose the granting of much needed authority to county commissioners on the grounds that such Power will somehow erode the authority of township trustees especially when the proposal in question makes it unquestionably Clear to All especially the courts that the general Assembly does not intend this to happen. Sincerely Mike Maloney asst. Pres. Pro tempore Ohio Senate by Novak Fine cove9 very knowledgeable pers so we concluded after lbs news correspondent Charles Kuralt is a son his lecture at the Montgomery woman a club town Hall series last wednesday. But there Are some questions even Charles Kuralt can to or wont answer and we can to say As we blame him. After a series of Well informed questions from the audience one gentlewoman politely asked or. Kuralt what his opinion was of men and women living together before marriage. A in All my years of talk ing and answering questions i done to believe i be Ever dodged one until was his answer. Series begins David Camele will be the first speaker in a the time is now series sponsored by several area parishes. Camele a designer will talk about the use of things and the importance of materials in creating Home environments wednesday March 6, 8 . At ursuline Center. 5535 Pfeiffer Road Blue Ash. Fee for All four talks is $4. $2 for one talk. Ibbots Wotsy to the editor the Sycamore Deer Park Jaycees on whose behalf i speak wish to express our wholehearted thanks to you and your paper for the Fine coverage Given during our 20th anniversary Celebration. All though i am several weeks late in getting this to you our Sint Rety is not diminished the least. Digging Back through our records to help write the articles for our special prompted much Pride in Many of the Fellows for All the splendid work which has proceeded us. But it has Only been through your interest in our organization the past couple of years that i feel the chapter has received its proper recognition. For this we Are deeply indebted to you. I also want to thank the in t the girl you plan to marry something. Special ii then she deserves a special engagement ring designed and created by us. Price moderately Low from $99.50. Come in and see our Beautiful collection. Store hours mon., tues., thurs., Fri. 9 til 6 wed. 9 till sat. 9 til 5 30 master charge i Bank a mar Icard i w our 33rd year in Silverton Plainfield 891-1930 in t the girl you intend to marry Worth More than a discount Diamond Many merchants who helped in the advertising for our special that made it possible. I Hope the citizens of Deer Park and Sycamore township will also let the merchants know of their appreciation for helping us out. Finally i invite the Many Young men of our Community who read our special to become involved in this fantastic Young mens organization. Without doubt we have proved that this is the one civic organization that can truly get things done and whose belief that a service to humanity is the Best work of life is the most rewarding Road Down life a paths. Sincerely yours Richard c. Kent president Susuky a pounded August 2, 1961 4415 Montgomery rd., Norwood o. 45212 Send All mail to Box 12010, Cincinnati Ohio 45212 published 7 subscription every wednesday b a a alb rate by mail by $10 per year Cinti. Suburban a newspapers inc. A a a �?�w"1 single copy 10c represented nationally by . Suburban press inc. Member National newspaper assn., suburban newspapers of America. Certified audit of circulation. Ohio newspaper assn., Buckeye press office hours news retail adv. 9 . To 5 . 531 0234 monday thru Friday classified 731-7170 Pucci news Litzinger. Charlotte Shockley special assignment March advertising director. . Mitchusson advertising representative Gloria Abrams advertising representative. Karen Arbogast advertising Gruber publisher. John h. Wolf promotion mgr. A asst. To the publisher. Emily Asbury Wolf executive vice j. Carraher or. Advertising representatives Ohio newspaper , inc. 196 South High Street Columbus 43215. Ohio and american newspaper representatives 404 fifth Avenue new York 10018. Parking curbed continued from Page 1 county assistant building commissioner Milo Henke that he is planning to mail 56 letters concerning building and zoning violations to owners of property in High Point trustees also were informed that the building department has issued orders for the clean up of junk trash and debris on property at 8401 Beech st., 4231 Myrtl ave. And 8402 st. Clair. Photo copy and mimeograph service the paper shop 7333 Montgomery 791-5255 Phipp s Blue print company photostat Xerox copies Oral Ting supplies sensitive amp Troto copy paper 6920 Plainfield 793 1030 Silverton or. Thomas f. Brady optometrist visual training Contact lenses pleasant Ridge doctors bldg. Corner Osanah Rutte amp. Montgomery our Only location daily except thursday saturday until noon monday evening by App to. 731 5141 a trustees authorized superintendent Harry Jahnigan to negotiate with Robert Hall for the Job of cemetery Sexton. A trustees held for action a request by Kenwood and Dillonvale shopping centers to establish fire lanes in the cruising lanes of each Center. Trustees said they were willing to authorize the installation of signs but will Check with township attorney Ken Schneider to find out who should pay for the signs and the installation. Demo social Deer Park democratic club will hold its annual Spring social and card party March 10, 2-5 . At the Bishop Fenwick Council Hall Blue Ash and Linden aves. Activities will include drawings a bake Sale door prizes and refreshments. Proceeds go to fund campaigns. Mrs. Jean of Leary is chairman. Barrett to service to radio i i 272-0102 drive in or Horn service Zenith authorize parts amp service warrant Center 7032 Laurel ave. Maderia Eagle toe he son of or. And mrs. Ray Toebbe 3703 s. Berkley cir., Silverton was named an Eagle Squi in ceremonies at st. John the evangelist Church february 10. John is a member of troop 172, Deer Park and has been in scouting 10 years. He has earned every rank from cub to Eagle including the and Altare Dei a special religious award conferred on him by his Church. Reasons for vetoes Given Montgomery mayor Robert Novak has sent Council a list of his reasons Why he is vetoing two resolutions granting zoning variances passed unanimously february 6. One of the resolutions gave the Luxembourg wine and cheese House Cooper rd., permission to erect a sign within three feet of the right of Way. The other gave Briget Bowyer permission to build a Home at 9406 main st. Without requiring the usual 20 feet of frontage on a dedicated Street. A after years of diligent Effort to effect a viable efficient sign ordinance that would Stop proliferation of signs eliminate traffic hazards and enhance the aesthetic appearance of our Community this variance would set a dangerous precedent by allowing signs to be placed within three feet of the right of Way a Novak said of the Luxembourg variance. Novak said the precedent would a be obnoxious not Only from a aesthetic viewpoint but would also create grave traffic and safety7 Quot the Contention of Council that the renovation of this Structure is a worthwhile accomplishment is something in which 1 agree wholeheartedly however in the future court cases this fact Wil have no bearing whatsoever on the president which has been set Quot Novak said. The mayor says permission to wave the required 20 foot frontage for Bowyer property will set a precedent in the City a retail e District which could work to the City a disadvantage in the future. Quot the joining of two parcels of property situated in different zones in the City into one parcel could pose a serious problem in the future and is an exam rte of poor planning a Ovak said. He suggests the entire area be rezoned to residence c and says if this is done he would have no objections to the owners request. Council will vote March 6 on whether or not to override the mayors vetoes. Four votes Are needed to override. 2 suburban life wednesday feb. 27, 1974 License plates Mill me lumber and plywood Cut to size carpenters recommended for All types of remodelling 8805 Blue Ash re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 House of Frame Dorothy Condon Deputy registrar in Deer Park will again be Selling 1974 passenger House vehicle trailer #1 and motorcycle License plates in barkers to 4116 e. Galbraith at Plainfield Deer Park. The Aras of and be series plates will be sold saturday March 16 through monday april 15, from 9 30 to 5 30 monday through saturday. There is a 50 cent increase in All License plates this year due to the use of reflector Zed paint. Mrs. Condon May be reached at 891-5711. Correction the name of Samuel Kelly a Shroder Junior High school student was inadvertently misspelled in a front Page photo underline that appeared in suburban life last week. The photo depicted Black history and brotherhood week observances at the school. Custom framing for prints paintings needlework mirrors photography Etc. 271-2786 7740 Liuni opposite Madeira peat off Lea 271-6420 Gas heating service Furnace cleaning heating Cooling woo i better hurry Only til March 22. 1974 to take advantage of Captain Chan s 20% discount other professional cle Antiq services _ a hard floor Cara a f in place cleaning a Walls callings panelling a Chimney cleaning e Haat amp air ducts e deodorizing a after fire cleaning a Many others Rei estimates Call today 793-5344 24 hrs. 7 Days 1n0 Obliga Captain clean 8040 Montgomery re. 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