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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - January 05, 1972, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary obi historical society 1982 Velata avg Columbus Ohio 43211 aril to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advert icing amp news dial 531-0234 00 sry of the co film Unotti a of glue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Sizer Tony Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillon Ole Ridgewood Mark of Cir u l Ati on integrity Cincinnati Ohio wednesday january 5,1972 display aos Ano news.s3 1-0234 classified aos.731-7170 vol. X no. 23 Montgomery mayor Robert Novak receives the congratulations of judge William r. Matthews after he was administered the oath of office by the judge on new year s Day. The Mayo r s daughter Pattie and wife Ann share the spotlight with him. Silverton officials take oath of office by Marshall Baldwin at installation ceremonies at noon new years Day Hamilton county judge Chase m. Davies administered the oath of office to the newly elected and re elected officials of Silverton. Retiring clerk of Council Charles e. Braden introduced members of the official family. In an address to a crowded Council chamber audience judge Davies outlined the interesting history of Silverton beginning with its Early settlers. He named the City a mayors from the time Silverton was a Village. He remarked that the vote for incorporation of Silverton narrowly missed failure when passed by a 43 to 40 vote. Elected officials taking the oath of office were mayor Richard Benken councilmen John doll Jack Young Thomas Clinton Paul Steman Joseph Fariello and Richard Simon clerk of Council Bernard w. Joe Pohlman and treasurer William Kuhr. The following appointments made by mayor Benken and approved by Council also were sworn into office City Engineer Harold frolic hey building commissioner Robert Shoemaker Deputy building inspector Joseph Levant City solicitor Merman Wenker service director Ralph Hank fire chief Howard Newman assistant clerk Rose Newman Secretary Ella Wheeler police chief Kenneth Dye presented his newly named juvenile police w o m a a e1 is a Simone to Council and she also was sworn in by judge Davies. Miss Simone replaces mrs. Esther Kidder whose resignation became effective dec. 31. Others renewing their oath of office were Stanley d Enman and Henry Schoepfel members of the Ohio state Volunteer firemen a dependent fund Ronald Degrummond civic service commission and members of the Volunteer fire department and life squads including members of their auxiliary. The invocation was Given by Rev. Thomas Maher of st. Johns Church and the Benediction by Rev. Ozelle Freeman of it. Zion Church. C h a i r m a ships of the various Council committees will remain the same Benken stated. Steman was re elected vice mayor. Montgomery ends year with deficit a a it at the special year end meeting of Council. Wednesday mayor Robert Novak announced that Montgomery had ended its first year As a City with a deficit of $23,223. He said this included a carry Over of $6,623 from 1970. The main reason for the meeting was to Transfer unused Money from various funds to funds that had not be e n adequate. Novak stated that balancing the City a funds and appropriations is necessary and this. Was. Done by passing an emergency ordinance. Safety director . A n be n a n n a a a iced. The advancement of Charles Sellers from patrolman to sergeant at a salary of $10,600 that includes a five per cent pay raise for a sergeants salary. Director of Law Richard b a a Dusterberg received an increase of five per cent to make his annual salary $3,150. Hansen the Man of Many titles All carrying with them responsible duties was Given a five per cent pay increase for each position. A 7.00 al this Coupon Good for off to repair color Only to sales amp service 531-0475 8 am-91 231 0210 $ save $ 1 130.00 Vatu free Humidifier installed with each new Williamson Furnace or Central air conditioning system. If you have Humidifier $75 to $100 deduction toward electronic air cleaner installation. Call now for free estimate. Ray Wiliams co. 791-7227 save of to double knits sizes 10-20, 1 4 a 2 2 %. Guaranteed washable. We manufacture our own dresses. 9 30 5 30 a 561-3882 4307 Whetsel near Bramble 9x%t cent. Maturing a a Low cholesterol other special diet weight watchers a health foods 1x14 unwed my. Lookout Mumi new Plant. Container corporation s 300,000 Square foot Plant in Blue Ash demonstrates a modern look in factories. The new building is a one Story design with reinforced Concrete foundations and floor. The Walls Are of site precast exposed aggregate Concrete which were lifted up in sections approximately 19 feet wide by 26 feet Long each weighing about 23,000 pounds. Above Rolls of paper make their Way through processing equipment to be trans formed into corrugated materials Story Page 6 Council directs Indian Hill establishes own Board of health mayor Richard Benken of Silverton and William l. Wood 6303 Montgomery rd., Cincinnati police detective Are among rep it publican possibilities to succeed sheriff Dan Tehan who is retiring at the end of his term. Wood will reach retirement age this year. Edward b. Woebkenberg 3817 Kirkup ave., Kennedy Heights has been elected president of the greater Cincinnati purveyors association. He has been a member of the organization since 1946. Woebkenberg is general manager of the Willson Dairy company. A vote of thanks is due All residents who went to the trouble and expense of decorating the outsides of their Homes for the Christmas season. The Many decorated Homes made night driving a real pleasure during the holidays. If toryo Uyles i 50% an Indian Hill Board of health will become a reality sometime in january according to a. Wray White City manager. White was directed to establish a health department for 1972 after Council decided that the $13,489 fee asked by the county Board was. Too much in relation to the services offered. By the present staff eliminating the Cost of hiring any new workers. Qualified health inspector the department will operate out of the City budding and filing and paper work will be handled Madeira clamps Down House burglaries on operation identification a new idea in deterring House burglaries will be in effect in Madeira soon. City manager George babe informed Council monday night of the program which would enable police to identify personally owned objects such As tape recorders and television sets by the owners social Security number engraved on the object.,-special marking instruments have been ordered and an expected to arrive within two weeks. Residents will then be permitted to borrow a pen for a certain length of time Mark their objects and police will keep records of the numbered objects on file. No charge will he made in order to encourage residents to use the service. Operation identification was initiated by the Monterey California police department in 1963. Babe also expressed a concern for residents to a take Normal precautions to protect their own Money a referring to a dec. 19 burglary at the hitching pos t r e s t a r a n to 6904 Camargo rd., where babe said Money was found in a refrigerator. Fairfax police recently apprehended a suspect who possessed a key to the restaurant. Cou Cuman honoured Madeira City Council will sponsor a testimonial Buffet dinner to Honor former councilman Carl Thornton Jan. 28, 6 30 . At the Kenwood country club. Tickets Are available at City Hall or from any councilman. In other action. Council passed an ordinance that prohibits outside sanitary facilities when sewers Are available. A passed to the second Reading an ordinance that continued on Page 11. New appointee to the m a d e 1 r a p1 a n n i n g commission is George Hardgrove 6568 Apache Circle manager of growth engine engineering in. The pm 2500 engineering operation at general electric. Hardgrove has served As a member of the Madeira schools planning commission and As a trustee of the Madeira civic association. He is a graduate of Washington state University and holds a degree in mechanical engineering. Will be hired on an hourly pay basis. Services will include food inspection in schools and the Camargo club inspection of All swimming pools in the City and the issuing of plumbing permits for new Homes. White is not yet sure of the Cost of operating a health department but says that-�?o23 have so few facilities that require health Board services that we feel the $13,489 up $2482 from last year the county wants to charge us for next year is Way out of line. We can provide the same services for considerably White said that Indian Hill did not act on joining with Madeira at this time because Madiera had already entered into contract with the county for 1972 and Indian Hill wanted to establish its own Board for this year. He also noted that the services needed by the two communities vary. Madeira City manager agreed saying that Madeira a inspection services Are geared toward business and food needs while Indian Hill has larger residential and school needs. Babe has not Given up Hope for the two communities to join together in 1973. He feels that after a workable plan has been formulated Indian Hill will be willing to join with Madeira. Custom framing reasonable prices free estimates Black Schleger gallery 7740 Laurel 2712788 opposite Madeira Post office Junior achievers. Joan Biery 4265 Glenway Deer Park Sells a share of Lampe Stock to Allis Chalmars division controller . Gropp while advisor . Hale observes. Lampe is a Junior achievement company Selling i intensity lamps that is being sponsored by Atlis Chalmers this year. Representative to quit politics state representative Dale g. Schmidt a Cincinnati 3814 Lavenant ave., Kennedy Heights announced last wednesday that he will not seek re election next fall. He said that one of his reasons is that a a House speaker Charles Kurfess has made a joke of the Schmidt who is 39, is Midway through his second two year term. He will return to full time Law practice in Cincinnati and has no plans to run for anything else. He firmly opposed the new state income tax and said he feels Kurfess gave in to House democrats in backing it. A your opposition to the tax was a wasted Effort a Schmidt said. A whatever was done Kurfess could have done it in july when the same tax was a a by keeping us going 12 months a year a Schmidt continued a Kurfess makes us professional legislators instead of True representatives of the people. It ruins real citizen p a. Rte citation i n government. A Schmidt said he revealed his decision to quit politics to local Republican leaders dec. 28, to give them a Chance to find another candidate in the 66th House District. A a the District which will change under reapportionment now comprises Norwood Oakley m. A d i s o n v i 11 a Ken n e by Heights _ pleasant Ridge rap. Dale Schmidt Indian Hill Terrace Park Fairfax Mariemont Madison place and Columbia. Township. Schmidt was elected to the House in 1968 and re elected in 1970. He was clerk of Cincinnati City Council from 1961 to 1968. He is Republican chairman of the City a 14th Ward Pleasa n t r i d. Be Kennedy Heights. Mariemont traveler to fell of trip the Amazon River a echoes of past mysteries and magic regions of South american will be the topic of a fourth in a series of travel talks Jan. 14, 8 . At Madeira Public Library 7200 Miami re. Julian Bailey Mariemont naturalist will share his photographs and experiences of an Julian Bailey Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping area 791 5904,561 -61 54,691 -9203 eight week a trip up the Amazon River in South America. His travels during March and april 1971 took him on a 300 mile Amazon journey in a dugout Canoe with a native guide then on into inca territory in search of lost cities and Stone age culture. Bailey is a guide at the Cincinnati nature Center and an Active member of Many naturalist organizations in the area. He plans to go to Texas to observe the nearly extinct whooping Crane that is migrating South for the Winter. Alabama born or. Bailey has been a resident of Mariemont since 1926 and has been Active in Village government. He retired in 1964 from the Cincinnati Gas and electric company. The lecture is being sponsored by the Maderia travel club and will be in two parts the second to be concluded at the Mariemont Community Church 3908 Plainville rd., feb. 4. Organic health and diet foods. Natural vitamins. Organic. Fertilizers fart al hrs 9 to a thurs. Amp Sun. 1 to 5 Mcdonald s 8960 Kenwood. Re. 791,-84� of too can Trust shoes to know and care All Kenwood Mali u morn discontinued styles of fl0rsheim pm so Don to. Milldale Shock your wife when lumber company you kiss her have a lumber and plywood Humidifier in Cut to size stalled by. Carpenters recommended for a ii Type of remodelling. . �?�60s Blue wifi re. 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