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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - January 12, 1972, Cincinnati, Ohio society1982 Velo amp Are. Cello bus Ohio 43211 lil to place classified and dial 7317170 by 5 00 . Monday display advert icing amp news dial 531 0234 serving tit communities olt Blue Ash Montgomery a Bertty Village Nutan Hill Madeira Pleasnt Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Sili Ertons Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity Cincinnati Ohio wednesday january 12,1972 display aos Ano news________531 0234 classified aos731-2170 vol. X no. 24 Amberley Council concedes residents reject false alarm Check Sycamore township trustees were sworn into office new years Day by judge Roberts Kraft shown congratulating a. James Bechtold and Clifford Knabe clerk treasurer. The two will serve four year terms. Also present at the ceremony were incumbents Robert w. Mayer and Charles Vance whose terms expire in 1974. Robert Meyer was elected vice president of the Board and . Bechtold jr., president. Story on Page 6 school budget up for Sycamore resident opposition caused an ordinance that would have required a 30 second delay mechanism to he installed on All fire alarms in the Village to be sent Back to committee by Amberley Council monday night. The system would have been a first for Hamilton county. The mechanism would deter false fire alarms by allowing 30 seconds in which to report an accidental alarm before the alarm signal reached the police. Amberly police have been plagued with 600 false alarms in the past year coming from 85 fire alarms installed throughout the City. Each Call must be answered by a Cruiser and each involves about five minutes of police time. A crowded room full of residents about half owning burglar alarm systems in their Homes opposed the measure on the grounds that a 30 second delay in notifying police would defeat the alarms purpose of obtaining immediate action in the Case of a real burglary. About two thirds of All false alarms Are made by human error according to chief Krueger. Many Are made by persons who have just installed an alarm and forget to turn it off before opening a door Etc. Krueger believes that in the next two years burglar alarm systems in Amberley Homes will triple which will mean a drastic increase in false alarms. Council will study other measures of preventing false alarms such As charging a Fine for making a false Call or establishing a code a temporary budget of $4,066,706 has been approved for operation of the Sycamore schools for the 1972 Calendar year. The budget in $479,�80 More than the 1971 figure superintendent Edwin h. Greene reports and reflects income from the additional four Mill Levy approved by voters in november. The increase in funds will be used to cover the deficit that would have occurred without passage of the additional millage with part of the increase carried Over to meet additional operational costs next year due to enrolment growth. The Low bid of 4%% interest rate for the Sale of $650,000 in Bonds was accepted from Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner amp Smith inc., and associates Seasongood amp Mayer Conners amp company. A Premium of $78.00 was included in the bid. Four other companies were bidders the next closest bid was 4 7/8%. Named As architect for the Don to. Shock your wife when you kiss her have a Humidifier installed by. . Wingerter co. __984-8134_j school which will eventually House some 2,000 ninth through 12th Grade students was the firm of Baxter Hodell Donnelly amp Preston. School bus passes Are presently being issued to Sycamore Middle and High school students and parochial and private High school students who ride Sycamore District buses. The passes which list the students name address and assigned bus number Are being issued to prevent students from Riding on buses other than the one they have been assigned to in the beginning of the year and to maintain better discipline aboard the bus. The passes must be carried and shown to Drivers and school officials on request. Sycamore buses currently transport 4,300 students each Day to the six District schools and to nine non Public schools. Most buses Are scheduled to capacity so it is necessary that students ride the buses to which they have been assigned. Mil locale lumber company lumber and plywood Cut to size Carpenter recommended for All Typo of remodelling. 80s Blue Ash re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 officials installed. Newly elected Deer Park City officials were sworn in at ceremonies conducted Jan. 1, by judge Chase a Davies. Officials taking the oath Are front left to right Council men o Leary Kamp Laycock Horn Root and Niehaus. Rear left to right auditor Rohdenburg mayor Kleiman pres of Council Jack Bauer solicitor John Dumbacher and councilman William Schoeny. Silverton rest Home out a proposed zone change that would provide for a 12-bed rest Home in Silverton was rejected by Council thursday night. Council voted to uphold the planning commissions rejection of the zone change at 6928 Ohio ave., after a Public hearing attended by Gerald Keller a representative of the Byrns convalescent Center inc., and a handful of residents. The planning commission had earlier rejected the proposal on the grounds that the change would be spot zoning. What the students were a Resolution for advanced Charlie Star a with to thank All the hoopla who took tha time to write Stop lit or Phona us about our Xmas decorations at our of Rossmoyne Yard. It Mada our project worthwhile. Management Crawford steel construction inc. This Coupon Good for oif to repair Golor Only a 7.00 a al to sales amp service i 531-0476 9 am-9 pm 231-0210 plans for the rest Home included sleeping accommodations for 12 in a two Story building with outside fire escapes. All meals Baths and recreation were to take place in the nursing Home behind the building. Following the Public hearing fire chief Howard Neuman said he did not approve of a two Story rest Home or outside fire escapes because of safety hazards involved. Neuman also opposed the rest Home without additional parking facilities. Present facilities Are already overcrowded he said. Now Park two acres of land at the end of hedge ave. Have my shoe. A it tii e it i been leased by the City for uses As a Park. The land leases for $50 a month and is 290 feet by 270 feet. Employees hired under the emergency employment act will Clear the land for possible use As a baseball Diamond. Building addition Council deferred action until next meeting on plans submitted by fire chief Neuman for additional office space to be added on to the City building. The addition would mean a Bond Issue on the ballot for the May primary. In other action Council a went on record As upholding the pledge of allegiance in its present form. The act was in reaction to changes in the pledge being considered by students at Oak Hills High school. Councilman Thomas Clinton abstained from voting saying he wanted More time to study proposing. Passed providing payments. Passed a Resolution accepting amounts and rates As determined by the budget commission. A heard a report from police chief Ken Dye that the department will be hiring a policewoman under the emergency employment act to act As a dispatcher and release another Man for outside duty. A heard a report from Dye that one school Cross guard is needed. Pay rate is $1.60 per hour. A Lucky woman Jessie Holderfield 3851 Gardner ave., Silverton is a Lucky woman. She won $50 last week when the number on her suburban life Telephone Book cover matched the number in the cover and which appeared in the papier. A three time Winner now she also won $1000 in a service station contest and a $25 Church prize. If your phone Book cover matches the Lucky number published in the paper bring in the cover before noon on monday and collect your prize Council president replaces mayor despite opposition from Montgomery mayor Robert Novak Council wednesday night voted to elect a president of Council to preside Over meetings in place of the mayor. Elected was Paul Paul Dupuy 10435 Londonderry it. Voting to adopt the weak mayor form of government were Council men Todd Hunter Donald Bruce and Paul Dupuy. Carl Radtke voted to keep the mayor As chairman and councilman Byron Benton was absent. System whereby each family would have a code that would indicate to police that a false alarm had been made. Persons would Call the police recite the code and police would be assured that the alarm was false. Three people have so far been arrested through alarm systems. One of the three arrested Friday night has admitted to nine Amberley burglaries. A second part of the ordinance would have required All companies installing burglar alarms to be licensed by the City and employees screened. This part met no objections and Mill be added to a new ordinance to come before Council in february. Street Access residents from Lakewood Larkfield and Twig Wood appeared before Council to ask that fair Oaks dr., be opened to Twig Wood to provide easy Access for emergency vehicles. A part of fair Oaks is privately owned and unless residents Are agreeing the opening would take condemnation of the area by Council. Residents successfully opposed the opening some years ago. The planning commission will study the matter and make a recommendation to Council. Chief Krueger and Village manager Hugh Graff will also consider making one Side of Twig Wood a fire Lane which would eliminate parking. When questioned by visitors on Amberley fire facilities and manpower Krueger stated that Amberley is one of two integrated police and fire departments in Ohio has the lowest fire insurance rate of any place in Ohio and has a Force of 15 men on three Man round the clock shift. Police cars Are fully equipped for fire emergencies and last year 60% of All fires were handled by police cruisers. Two trucks Are available for major fires and Amberley. Works in conjunction with 33 Hamilton county fire departments. Fire prevention and fighting needs Are periodically inspected by the state. Novak who views the move As a a bureaucratic act of a few Council a said the decision was made at an organizational caucus meeting Jan. 2. He feels that the act creates a a new layer of bureaucracy and will hinder councils operational efficiency. Quot i feel that the old form has been a proven Way to operate for Many Novak said. A my reasons for rejecting the new form will be proven valid in the Hunter who was Defeated for the mayors seat in the november elections stated that he thought it was Only right that a the legislative body selected by the voters to represent them,.should be free of administrative leadership when deciding policies concerning their constituents. A we want to keep the legislative Branch totally separate from the administration. We want to be responsible for our own mistakes. If it does no to work we can change Back in two years a Hunter said. Novak later stated that although the councilmen continued on Page 7 Deer Park school Board president j. Dale Junker was elected president of the Board of education of Deer Park Community schools at the organizational meeting Jan. 3. He was vice president last year. He was appointed to the Board in 1966. A financial analyst in the Industrial foods division of Procter amp Gamble. Junker is also Active the building and loan in Field serving As Secretary treasurer of the Lenox building and loan co. He is a a graduate of Norwood High school and attended the University of Cincinnati. Junker resides at 8415 Wexford ave., Dillonvale with his wife the former Dorothy Mccracken and their four children Michael Mark Marty and Melanie. David j. Schiebel president of the Board in 1971, was unanimously elected vice president. In other action the Board designated Holmes school As the site for future meetings which Are held on the third wednesday of the month at 7 30 . All meetings Are open to the Public and the Board is desirous of greater Community involvement. In addition to Junker and j. Dale Junker Schiebel Board members include Quentin Staley who is starting his 21st year As a member of the Board Harold Ellis and Fred arte. Junker and Staley were re elected in november 1971 Kennedy picked for scattered housing organic health and diet foods. Natural vitamins. Organic fertilizers. Gertrel. Mrs 9 to 8 thurs. Amp Sun. I to 5 Mcdonald s 8968 Kenwood re. 791-8480 Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping area 791 -5 804,561-6154,891 -9203 mos1 a a i Ari b in Pir cd shoes. Jit them1 we fit them As 91 rect la As it can 8e to help them stay that wave to if your Little boys can beat up shoes. Jumping jacks a can help. It lop i Cente w Hamim a Low cholesterol other special diet weight watchers a health foods $1x4 Len Wool my Lookout so am Kenwood mall a site opposite Kennedy Heights elementary school off Montgomery re. Has been picked for one of nine Small scattered Public housing Sites planned by the Cincinnati metropolitan housing authority pm a. Plans were unveiled last thursday to scatter Small Public h using projects throughout the City in place of constructing massive projects on single Sites. The project planned for Kennedy height would contain 12 family unite and Howard rents would be based on individual family incomes. Occupants would be chosen on the basis of applications made to the eligibility department of the cha. All units in Kennedy would be two bedrooms. Kennedy Heights Community Council will be meeting later this week with representatives from cha to offer suggestions raise questions and express opinions on the planned project. Lippman associates an Indianapolis based construction company has been awarded the contract to build 200 units scattered throughout the City. Other areas selected for the project Are Price Hill Hartwell it. Airy Over the Rhine Walnut Hills and Tusk Utun. Ran Row reason Abl Fricas Fra estimates Black Schleger gallery 7760 Laurel 271-2798 opposite medal a Post office 3 by lae Wheeler Circle january 21 on your Calendar and get ready for lots of Happy surprises. That Friday begins a fabulous january clearance Sale at Kenwood mall a real shopping festival. All of the mall s stores and shops will be marking Down top Quality merchandise in readiness for the new season approaching so you will find bargains galore to please your budget. Save some time for big savings at tha Kenwood mall january clearance sate january 21 through january 23. Coming up at the Mali is a special feature of family fun. The sep drag races will be at the mall january 24 Borough tha 29, and you Don t want to miss this thrilling event. Grand prizes include a stay at Stouffer a i in in the heart of downtown Cincinnati an All expense paid trip to the Indianapolis 500 Tima trials on May 20 for tha winning family use of a 1972 Dodge Rolaura 2-door custom Hardtop College scholarships and a Host of other fantastic prizes. And All those participating have the Opportunity to qualify to compete for International honors at the International races May 18, 19 and 20, to be held Here in Cincinnati. There Ere no Entrance fees or admission fees and the races Are open to any boy or girl Between the Ages of seven and 12, racing an official full sized unaltered sep car. All entreat must be residents of Ohio. Tryouts will be held monday through Friday january 24 through 28, from 8-8 . Racist ration begins at 10 . On saturday january 29, with racing starting at noon. For further details Contact any of tha stores within a Kenwood mall which carry tha sep racer. My it a Juu juju Tolu amp Juuru Yuul juju Etc i
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