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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - January 07, 1976, Cincinnati, OhioI i by amp a i Ohio he atari del soda 1982 Velna ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 l-11 a. S. Pos Taos bulk rate a 13c i no i f j \ i i a Rair to. 953residents crowd Jan. 1 swearing in ceremonies Sycamore officials Frank d Andrea left is sworn in As Sycamore township clerk and a. James Bechtold. Right is sworn in As Sycamore township trustee Jan i. Judge William r. Matthews administers the oaths. Bechtold was re elected in the nor. Election and a Andrea was elected after Haring been appointed Derk at the retirement of Cliff Knabe. My i All together at Deer Park the swearing in of new Deer Park mayor Francis squeak Healy was followed by a reception at the k of c. Hall. Crowding together for a group shot Are officials from left front Row round 1m embers George Horn be a Schoeny mayor Healy Council members Hap Leonard Bud Trischler and auditor Stan Corn second Row Bounri members Joe Ziegler Don Guenther clerk of Council Jim Canning. President of Council Harvey Alcorn councilman Boh it o Leary solicitor Jim Wais and treasurer Glenn Wilde. Judge Paul George officiated and the reverends Alen fluent of Trinity United. Church of Christ and John Coghlan of st. John s offered prayers. At Montgomery ceremony Montgomery City officials at swearing in ceremonies Jan. 1 included from left front newly swim in Counci woman Alma a late. Mayor Fred Young and councilman Ray in Liber Back councilman Roger Aeri a. Council clerk Adele Blanton Council president Howard Smith. Councilwoman Florence Kennedy and City solicitor Dick dits Terburg. Wiliam r. Matthews a longtime Montgomery resident and former City solicitor administered the oaths. A reception was held for the Large crowd of residents attending. To place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 . Honda display advertising a news dial 531-0234 Silverton appointees appointed City officials in Silverton pose for a picture at the Jan. 1 installation ceremonies. They Are from left front. Rose Newman assistant City clerk Ella Wheeler mayors Secreta Ryback Herman wanker City solicitor Paul , service director Joseph Lerant assist building inspector Robert Shoemaker building inspector. Tom Brodbek was sworn in As a new Council member and Arthur Hackett was sworn in As the new City treasurer before a Large crowd. Illing accepts director seat Louis j. Illing 7817 Matson ct., has been appointed the new safety service director for the City of Deer a Park. Mayor Francis r. Healy announced the appointment Jap. 1, effective immediately. Henry Camp former safety service director resigned last month. Illing is a 24-year resident of Deer Park. Although the closing of the Blue Ash general electric Plant Means the termination of iming a 2q-Ymr position As. Supervisor of Price editing and customer service he and his wife Betty do not wish to leave Deer Park. Prior to that he spent nine yea�., at the distribution assemblies and Industrial control departments at general electric. He was responsible for pricing maintaining shipping schedules return g o o d s a n d a. C c o u n t s receivable. His departments sales were $15 million to $30 million annually in the United states England Australia and african markets. A a a a a a serv my the communities of Quot. Tue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge hereon an Cdv Heights Siler Tony Park hos Smosne Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity vol. Xiv no. 23 15c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday january 7, 1976 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 Deer pm. Elderly Complex e dead controversy Louis Illing Healy said Illing has experience in marketing accounting traffic and purchasing which will be valuable in his new Job. majored in. Marketing at the University of Cincinnati and holds a diploma from the Industrial training Institute of Chicago in refrigeration and air conditioning Dur ing world War ii he served in the Pacific theater with the 7th anti aircraft artillery and automatic weapons battalion attached to the 77th infantry division. May by Maureen Hehman the controversy Over whether or not to locate a six Story 110 unit apartment building for the elderly in Deer Park May be moot since the project was preliminarily a not approved by the local office of housing and Urban development according to Malcolm w. Stockwell Deputy director at the local Hud office preliminary appraisers did not approve the project although he is not certain Why because the proposed project is being handled out of the Columbus office under a new Federal program title 8. The program is designed to stimulate the building of housing for the elderly by subsidizing rents in buildings actually built and operated by private developers. Stockwell said that just because the program was not approved at this stage does not mean it will never be approved. The Ohio Kentucky Indiana regional Council of governments Oki had. Approved the rite location in. Deer Park on Galbraith re. At Gail or. According to Bill Berger of Oki the site was judged suitable because it was near shopping and transit and there is need for housing for the elderly in the area. Deer Park officials however say they done to want the project. Deer Park zoning does t permit six Story buildings and the fire and life squad department handle emergencies there they say. Deer Park councilman George Horn formerly chairman of the Public works committee admitted. That there Are Many older residents in Deer Park. A there Are a lot of widows living there. They done to want to go off to a place like this. Their attitude is a nobody a getting me out of my Home. They done to want apartments they want to live in their own Homes. I done to know where the 110 families would come from not Deer Park a he said. Berger on the other hand Points out the need for housing for the elderly there Are 500 elderly households in Deer Park he said. These people May continued on Page 4 Brodbek Hackett take oaths Jan. 1 Suhm Wasny to expecting miracles at Cic talk new Silverton officials were sworn in Jan. 1 before a Large crowd of residents. Judge Morris Niehaus officiated. City councilman Tom Brodbek and treasurer Arthur Hackett were among the new faces. Rev. Richard Tietjen pastor of Silverton lutheran Church gave the invocation. Judge Niehaus pointed out the growing need of citizens to support Public officials. A moment of silent prayer was observed in memory of , Benken mayor Richard Benken a father who died during the Christmas holidays. A Frederick Schildhauer was appointed City Engineer. Joseph Fariello was elected vice mayor by the Council. A reception was held downstairs after the swearing in ceremony. City manager v in Suhm said last week that a meeting scheduled monday Between Blue Ash Cincinnati and Cic Community improvement corp officials was an attempt to a get something going Quot a on negotiations Between Cincinnati and several Blue Ash landowners in tract i. The landowners hold property surrounded., by Cincinnati a Cic progeny Cincinnati wants the parcels to add to its Cic Industrial Park. Blue Ash and Cincinnati and the property owners have been wrangling Over the properties since 1974. The remaining Blue Ash homeowners in tract i say Cincinnati has not offered them enough Money. Many of the residents there were originally nine hold outs had said they did not want to move at All. Blue Ash is in the position of trying to help Cincinnati with its Cic which brings substantial tax Money to Blue Ash and trying to see that Blue Ash homeowners in tract iii Are offered fair prices for their Homes. The negotiations have been at a standstill for some time and mondays meeting was to get things going again according to Suhm. He said he believed the parties Are still quite a Way from resolving differences. Blue Ash officials originally took a hard line continued on Page 4 Public hearing Friday Ohio legislators want to know what you think about land use problems and How to solve them. Are Public and private interests adequately reflected to answer this and other concerns of area residents the Ohio land use review committee will hold a Public hearing this Friday Jan 9,10-noon and 1 30-3 . At Montgomery City building 10101 Montgomery rd.,.Montgomery. The non partisan committee is comprised of state representatives and senators. State representative Helen fix will be among those attending. I and use is a general term which includes a lot of sold pics area communities have been experiencing such As a zoning at Montgomery and. Galbraith roads a housing such As proposed condominiums at the Chelsea Moore property in Montgomery the Jacobs property in Madeira a other housing questions the proposal to put apartments for the elderly in Deer part a Sycamore township s and Montgomery a needs to get additional Park and. Recreation lands a Indian Hill s Fine example of preserving Green areas. All these questions and Many More Are included in the general term a land if you wish to testify at the meetings the com Mittee asks that you Call 1 614-466-6836. If you wish to attend without testifying you need not Call the committee. Register saturday for basketball tourney Eagle scout. Mark Conklin. 7285 Humbelina. Mona a ornery w ill be awarded the Eagle scout badge at a court of Honor saturday. Jan. 10, 1 30 . At the Church of the Saviour 8005 Pfeiffer re. The badge is scouting Quot a highest award. Mark is a member of scout troop 674 and Sophomore at Sycamore High. He is the son of or. And mrs. Richard Conklin. Sycamore Deer Park Jaycees will hold an additional registration for their one on one basketball tournament scheduled to begin this month. Registration will be Jan. 10 and Jan. 17, 12-2 . At Deer Park Community Center Plainfield near Matson roads. Registration is also at area schools during lunch hours including at st. X. And Indian Hill tomorrow and Deer Park on Friday. Registrations were also held at Moeller. Marie Mont Madeira and Sycamore. There will be trophies awarded in each division freshman through senior and Quot a five it trophy for Overall winners. An. Entry the of $5 will help support the Jaycees. The group Hopes to see the one on one one tourney become a sports tradition in this area. Inside taking a look Back of and that a the Way it was in 1975 by Maureen. Hehman and Sandy Smith Bicentennial fever began Early in 1975, and Soor everyone was lumping on the historical bandwagon. Everything from Beauty contests to Christmas Trees had a Bicentennial theme every Community dug Back into its official records and the memories of its residents to find its historical significance in the larger picture of 200 years of american history. By the end of the year almost every local municipality had been officially declared a a Bicentennial we also dusted off one of our Fine old american traditions in the fall of 1975 the election Campaign. Our local politicians showed they had researched the history of the political games Well. Some approached it from the very Low key Low profile View in Point others particularly non incumbents tried a brass roots knocking on oors Type of approach. No matter How big or Small the issues it was exciting to see How any one person came to be a a the Peoples . A after digging Back into the newspaper files we compiled a history of 1975 As presented in suburban life month by month january he 90 came As a Blessing to parochial and other private schools in Ohio. It provided state Money to be used for non essential services. All saints school received $100,000 in state Aid in the form of goods and Money for services. The Bill provided up to $170 per child. The City of Blue Ash filed for Federal funds to hire two crime prevention officers to act As liaisons with the Public. Using Public information As a tool to fight crime would be their main Job the salaries would Range from $9,006-10,442, with 90 percent being federally funded. Madeira passed a two year earnings tax ordinance to take effect. April 1. The tax was to consist of i percent the first year and. I percent the second year. Blue Ash councilman Chandler s. Eason resigned his position to move out of town. Charles Proctor was appointed to fill Eason s Post. Former Amberley councilwoman Helen fix was so badly swim. In As a. Member of the Ohio House of representatives. John Muething was appointed to take her place on Council. Nine homeowners in the Cic property area in. Blue Ash objected to being declared an a Urban renewal project area. They did not want to sell their Homes to the City of Cincinnati at the Price the Tity was offering. They said it was the City s fault that the area had deteriorated continued on Page 4 Ridge runner smother m a k is us b u r b a in a i be debut with Ridge history Page e 2 history takes shape in mural by Junior High students Page 12 Moeller squeaks out Victory Page 5 Quot sketch of Neu Woodford primary school Page 3 <4 del top Crawford a pharmacy Cara i of mad is. Blue Ash Ohio limit one per family with Coupon expires 1-11-76 Bot lab a a
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