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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - January 02, 1980, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary pc a a Latar ical Sec misty re -. V a 1 a a a a is. It a amp a so obi a 43211 Deer Park Council passes pay raises lir by Roger Guakel two ordinances passed by Deer Park City Council last weak granted pay me cases to police and City officials. The two percent police pay hike passed by a 0-1 margin with outgoing Republican councilwoman Helen Camp casting the Lone dissenting vote. Camp objected to the pay hike As being excessive in View of the two percent raise Given to police in september Camp was challenged pm this Point by outgoing democratic councilwoman Bernice Schoeny who said that police my was Low to begin with and that police officers ride their lives Ever time they put on their uniforms. Camp also called for a review of the City a entire salary Structure. In this she was supported by one of her Republican colleagues pm Council Robert Schuler who added that he hoped such a review could be conducted by Council in 1980. Council also passed a re appropriations ordinance reallocating Money within the City s general fund and passed an ordinance waiving the residency requirement for the safety service director David of Leary. In other business Council passed a Resolution approving the 1980 funding of the third and final phase of the Blue Ash re. Street improvement program by the county Community development administration. Council also passed a Resolution indicating its acceptance of the 19s0 property tax _ vol. Xix no. 23 2 Etc Ned amp Tait bulk rate postage paid Cincinnati Ohio be it it h9� 119 to place a classified and Call 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising amp sews Call 331-0234 circulation 731-4200 Cincinnati Subt Han newspapers inc. B Lue Ash mon Tom Erys am her Ley Village Indian Hitty Madeira premant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights siberian Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillon Vatet Ridgewood War a Cincinnati Ohio wednesday january 2, 1980 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531 -0234 Bra efs Montgomery Council meets Jan. 1 and 2 Montgomery City Council begins 1980 with a meeting new year s Day at 8 . New officials will be installed at the session which will then be recessed until 8 . Jan. 2, at which time regular Council Burness will be conducted. On Jan 2, Council will organize its officers and hear the mayors recommendations for appointments to the Board of zoning appeals recreation and landmarks commissions. Pending legislation for discussion includes an ordinance providing for open Public meetings a the a Tyr Slegal recognition of the a Sunshine Law which mandates regularly held open to the Public governmental meetings. Legislation to be introduced includes Bills for annual appropriations providing for ranges of compensation and establishing a schedule of compensation. Resolutions include accepting the. Tax rate advanced payment of taxes and authorizing a contract to Purchase two police Selling Salt As trip fund Raiser for eight years girl scout Cadette troop no. 928 in Madeira has been working toward raising funds for a trip to Colorado. Although the Rise in gasoline prices has increased the most of the trip the scouts Are ital hoping to realize their dream in addition to the annual Sale of cookies and calendars the troop has undertaken paper drives and aluminium recycling. Now to further fill their trip expense fund the scouts Are Selling Rock Salt 10 pounds for 50 cents. The scouts Are bagging the Salt themselves and will deliver anywhere in the Kenwood m Madeira area or make arrangements for pick up from out of area customers. Salt May be ordered by calling 984-1307 or 561-1307 daily or 793-0488 after 6 Deer Park loses out on Plainfield repairs bad news for Deer Park came in the form of a liter last week from the Hamilton county engineers office informing the City that its request for funds to make Street improvements on Plainfield re. Had been turned Down. Each year local municipalities petition the county Board of commissioners for help in financing various local projects from Revenue the county receives from the s5 motor vehicle License tax. But As the letter explained monetary requests far exceed the Revenue on hand so for i960, Deer Park has lost out. Inside of Page 2 h. Neil makers Page 3 _ Moeller Bacon Battle for tide Page 4 h. Sycamore in second in Ehl More sports Page 8 happenings Charier Oak charter Oak savings icon econ a Erwe North a sitar a Juki it Hall of Fame selects Winkelman and Bell by les Wilson eight More outstanding former High school athletes have been selected for induction into the buddy Larosa High school sports Hall of Fame and will be enshrined at a ceremony in february in the studios of wet to. Included in the octet Are buddy Bell former Star baseball player for Moeller High who plays with the american leagues Texas rangers and George Winkelman a resident of Silverton who was one of Norwood highs greatest athletes Ever. Others Are Leo sack Purcell Bob Siek Man Withrow Willard Stargel re Woodward Walt Roeckert Roger Bacon Willard Bass Walnut Hills and Walter Quot babes Bartlett elder. Judges who picked them from an imposing Field of candidates were former coaches Bron Bacevich of Roger Bacon Doc Kusel of Mariemont Herald a a Rick Roettger of Lockland and Glenn Sample of us and Media representatives Dick forties Joe Quinn and de Kennedy with former sheriff and pro official Dan Tehan. Buddy Bell was a tremendous two sport Star for Moellers crusaders when he attended from 1965-69. He was the gel a All Star second Sachar Aad co captains while playing for coach Mike Cameron playing on the Moeller state championship team before making the Topps ail. American baseball team. He was coach Jem Doerger a Moat vah Iafe player and was Captain of the basketball team. He made the gel Alt Star team in basketball too. Buddy married the former Gloria Eysoldt sister of a Moeller teammate Vince Eysoldt in 1971 and they have three children. Vince is now a business executive who recently purchased Atkinson Square in Springdale. The family now lives in Arlington Texas where buddy Beu in High school buddy plays third base for the Texas rangers. He emerged As one of the Premier hot Corner men in the american league hitting .299 this past summer while collecting 200 hits 42 doubles 18 homers and driving in 101 3ms. He won the Golden be As Best Fielding third baseman. Buddy Beu in 1979 George Winkelman the Best in the City at Norwood High from 1933-37. He was a four sport Star catching for the indians baseball team coached by dutch Ludwig playing quarterback for coach Bob Colwell a football team guard for coach Gary Millers basketball in the George Winkelman in High school Springs Long jump f Broad jump the shot put High jump and shot put for the track team. Winkelman was Captain of All four teams his senior year when he set school Long jump and shot put records. He earned 14 varsity letters at the school. Winkelman graduated George Winkelman. In 1979 from us evening College in 1952 after serving in the . Army from 1941-46. He was signed by the reds and played two years of pro baseball. He now lives in Silverton with his wife., Virginia and daughter Angel Ferone. George is now service manager for the c. Schmidt co. First Exchange students nativity students plan for mexican trip if All goes we and nativity school in pleasant Ridge can raise the Money two sixth Grade girls and two boys will become the schools first foreign Exchange students. The four students accompanied by their principal sister Carren herring will attend the Olinda Springfield school in san Ange Mexico for a month liter this Winter. Olinda school will Send four of its 11-year-Olds and a teacher to nativity. The year in five pleasant Ridge families a not those whose children go to Mexico a will be hosts for the visitors. Quot we want As Many people As possible to be touched by this experience a sister Carren explained. Quot so we want to involve As Many families As we the nativity Olinda Exchange is being overseen by the International school to Schod experience iss founded almost a decade ago by or. Doris Allen who also established children a International summer villages Civ 25 years ago. The Olinda school has been participating in exchanges for five years. Sister Carren expects language differences to be no Barrier. Quot elementary schooners Are action oriented a she says. Quot they find or invent a variety of ways to communicate such As drawing and the nativity principal stressed that the Exchange involves neither vacationing nor extensive touring. Quot the idea a she said Quot is not to do a lot of superficial sightseeing that would emphasize culture differences. Quot the isse plan is rather to Point up similarities through dose Contact for As Long a time As possible. Visitors take Only trips that Are built into the Host. Schools curriculum and. With the Host families the visiting children go Only on excursions that those families would make for Normal although Quot Home based for the visitors is the Host schools class comparable to the one the Exchange students attend in their native land land sessions with the accompanying teacher so that they done to fall behind in their Quot regular school work visiting pupils spend time at All Levels in the Host school. Quot this is part of the attempt to extend Contact a sister Carren observed Overall she sees the isse program As a valuable step in the development of our civilization. Quot once children have this experience a she says Quot they can no longer react with automatic defensiveness to a foreigners and to cultural differences. Quot and. Of course these children will have their own children and become their a first teachers. So the benefits of isse keep Whir pooling out a these events made headlines in 1979 the year 1979 is history now but the Impact of the changes advances and setbacks will reach into 1980 and beyond. This is a look at Community events of the past year compiled by staff writer Betsy Wones. January Montgomery City Council voted to give six women employees of the City pay raises totalling $2,522. Council president Florence Kennedy said the raises were an attempt to give the women More equitable pay. Peti Montgomery mayor Fred con Youngs candidate Fen City to planning commission Roger Zimmerman was turned Down by Council by a vote of 3-2. Zimmerman was rejected despite a Large turnout by his supporters a at the Jan. 4 Council 1 meeting. By one vote a motion to f establish a schedule for \ communications Between Silverton City employees and Council was Defeated. Sponsored by councilman Richard Hunter the motion was tied until mayor Richard Benken cast his negative vote. Bine ask beat Montgomery in the race to tuition Hamilton county m miss ion ers for the right to Annex 103 acres of Sycamore top. Property. The property which lies Between 1-71, �-275 and the Mcelwee amp Mcelwee attorneys at Law John l. Mcelwee Mary h. Mcelwee 984-1811 a Domestic relations a personal injury o bankruptcy a wills a real estate a Small business 9060 pm Fiam re. Near Cron county Hwy. Evas. A sat. By appointment North Side of Cornell re. And the Blue Ash corporation line includes Sycamore High school. Montgomery Woods residents Are Only slightly behind Blue ask with their petition to be annexed to Montgomery hit by Cable to fever most suburban communities have appointed special committees to investigate awarding franchises in their area. One Community Golf Manor has signed an agreement with telecommunications inc. Despite Steven Ernst a acquittal on charges of Dit orderly conduct and resisting arrest. Bloc ask police chief Ronald Sturgill said his men did nothing wrong while making the arrest last november. A municipal court jury ruled in. Favor of Ernst who claimed that the four police officers violated his civil rights by using too much Force. The jury did find Ernst guilty of driving while intoxicated. Gasoline at $1 per gallon became a reality during 1979. So did Gas Unes closed a stations and ,091 7711 a 729 it Nowoc to War it cow too Madeira City Council paved the Way for construction of a. Medical dental Complex at the Miami Euclid intersection by approving a zoning change from residential to business. Netting the Village $125,-000 extra in funds for 1979, Amberley villages recent Windfall inheritance tax was the largest single receipt of such tax monies since 1971. Nearly 20 residents complained to Amberley Village Council of basement hooding and poor drainage in the Sagamore or. And Matson or. Areas. Council told them the maintenance department and metropolitan sewer District Are investigating. Silverton obtained its first automobile Dealership last week. Businessman Tom. Shwartz announced that he has leased property in the Silverton Industrial Park for a Bow Dealership. Police representatives asked Silverton Council for the second time Why they still did not have an answer to their request that the fraternal order of police Fop be Able to serve As bargaining agent with the City. Since the request had been made a special Council meeting was called and wage increase for City employees including police was passed. Following a lengthy study of traffic in Whit Granery a consulting firm recommended that the number of left turns downtown be reduced. So ram or school Board approved a Resolution of neutrality in the annexation Battle Between Montgomery and Blue a a for the Sycamore High school property and environs. Blue ask now has a Golf pro on its payroll. The City recently added four positions including the pro to the City a administration. The other new posts Are recreation director assistant fire inspector and assistant finance officer. Starting salaries for the new officials total nearly $62,000 per year. James m. Kowalski announced his candidacy for a Silverton governmental position. Recommended by sub a for responsive government Kowalski said he would circulate petitions for the positions of mayor and clerk. Surg was formed. Kowalski said to bring Back Good local government to Quot the Community. The widening of the Euclid Kenwood intersection in Madeira was a project proposed and discussed in 1970 and 1971. Not until two weeks ago did the state and Hamilton county announce their decision to coat Saaed on Page 8 Silverton United re
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