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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - January 19, 1972, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohia Viator in al society 1982 Velma ave. T Columbus. Ohio 43211 lil i to rare a classified and dial 7317170 by 5 00 . Monday display advert ring a mews dial $310234 mw�1 serving the communities of Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights a s Deer ton Kenwood Deer Park a Rostum Oyne Dixon Vale Ridgewood Mas of Turcu lat on Cincinnati Ohio wednesday Jan uary 19,197 2 display ads and news classified aos ,. S31-m3 it Fyfo vol. X no. 25 babe suggests Community should help handle juvenile offences new solicitor. James Heath 7109 Virginia ave., Haa been appointed solicitor of Deer Park following the resignation of John Dumbacher. He is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati and Salmon p. Chase College of Law and former treasurer of Deer Park. Heath who Haa lived in Deer Park for 12 years has been a member of the planning and zoning commission of the civil service commission and is presently with the Law firm of Barbour Kimpel and Allen. Madeira City manager George babe is making an Effort to handle juvenile problems locally in place of automatic referral of All juvenile offenders to the Hamilton county court House. In a meeting with juvenile court judge Benjamin Schwartz babe told Schwartz that Madeira was not pleased with the county a handling of juveniles in some cases and suggested 8ilverton kiwanis club members will sing a their song at the meeting of the 7th division Council tonight in the Montgomery City building. Montgomery kiwanis will Host the meeting. Mayor William Kleiman of Deer Park is now a Kentucky colonel. A certificate to designating him was presented by Harold Ries it. Mitchell by. Councilman in special ceremonies at the Cheviot municipal building. It cent a a hat it 10 Low cholesterol other special diet weight watchers a health foods 314 Len word to 321-7015 ways to involve the local Community with juvenile offenders. One of babes suggestions that Schwartz will consider is the handling of All juvenile traffic cases in mayors court. Babe says that about half the cases handled in juvenile court Are traffic cases and local handling of traffic violations would allow the county court to delve into other cases More thoroughly. Babe also suggested that work programs within the Community be substituted for sentences and that space be provided in the City building for probation officers to see their charges in Madeira. Presently juveniles on probation must go to the county courthouse. A this would a help the juveniles see that their cases Are being handled in their own Community babe said. Juvenile complaints in Madeira were Down in 1971 according to the police departments annual report issued to Council monday night. Complaints received totalled 129 As compared with 220 in 1970 and 478 in 1969. One Hundred Twenty six traffic cases were referred to the Hamilton county juvenile court. The majority of juveniles arrested on non traffic charges were referred to the county because the Case involved a felony or a juvenile who had been in previous trouble. Petit larceny led the list of juvenile offences other than non traffic. Malicious destruction of property was second with 16 offences underage drinking third 13 offences breaking and entering fourth 12 offences and disorderly conduct fifth with 11 offences. Eight juveniles were arrested on drug charges. Council actions the revised zoning ordinance discussed at two Public hearings recently was passed As an emergency action by Council monday night. One Section of the ordinance concerning uses of existing non conforming property was rewritten in Deer Park allowing residential property to remain vacated for 90 Days before violating the Law if the property is voluntarily vacated and if it involves a non conforming use. Progress reports tentative dates were set for reports on several projects being studied in committees. The projects and their tentative dates to come before Council for consideration Are bus Stop at Thomas dr., april 3 Dawson re. Beautification june 5 charter review feb. 14 housing codes december local health Board August. Consideration of a Light at Hosbrook and Montgomery must wait for action by the state. In other action Council passed an ordinance appointing Diane Pike 7002 Dawson rd., clerk of court. She replaces Carol Wolf who recently moved from Madeira. Passed to the first Reading an ordinance establishing an updated fire code for Madeira. Passed an ordinance making appropriations for current operating and other expenses for 1972. Genera funds totalled $9,500 police funds $144, 492 fire funds $71,000 Public works $98,762 recreation $16,951 and building $3,700. Heard that applications Are being received by the mayor for a vacant position on the recreation Board. Police Protection takes Large part of budget by Marshall Baldwin resident Protection is one of Deer Parks most costly items according to a temporary appropriations budget passed by Council thursday night. A permanent budget for operating expenses will be voted on later but the temporary budget of $376,901 is to be used for City expenses until or us to april 1,.appointments. The following mayors appointments were Given the oath of office Michael j. Mcgrahan commissioner Harry l. Robinson building inspector David a. Querry William a. Rumba ugh custom framing for crewel work embroidery Etc. gallery 7740 Laurel 271-2788 opposite Madeira Post office greatest Sale Ever on our lot january 22 through 30 jayc0 the Best built Fol Down amp Low profile trailers Royal Highlander a the most trailer for your Money. Detect fax the luxury trailer with no comparison. Camera Ftp the Manl motor Home with the family in mind. At our lot Only free door prizes hot Coffee amp the Best Deal in town. Follow the map in yellow pages to Gibson camping sales 4453 Sycamore re. 791-0790 the safety fund received an appropriation of $104,774 which includes $84,989 for police department expenses. A total service department fund of $79,836 finds the collection of garbage the most expensive single item with a Cost of $48,460. Council also approved an ordinance to contract with the Hamilton county health District for their services during 1972. The Cost is $5,166.40. The first Resolution of 1972 passed was to ask for an Advance of revenues expected from tax levies. Approval of tax levies was Given by Council in a second Resolution. Howard Early s Kenwood 8 i i t g ome r a re Between Hasbrook 8. Galbraith across from Schenke line merc a world of women a world of women Are looking for work. Just ask mrs. Kinney at Madeira Manor or mrs. Zimmerman. Both advertisers got tremendous results from Csini help wanted ads. Mrs. Zimmerman stopped counting after 50 responses and mrs. Kinney reports better results than with any other newspaper. Proving again and again that Csini classifieds get around. In All the right places. 731-7170. Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping area 791-5804,561-6154,8919203 891-2150 organic health and Oil to food. Natural Vitamin. Organic fertilizer. Gertrel. Or 9 to 8 thur. A Sun. 1 to 5 Mcdonald s 6968 Kenwood re. 791-8480 Deer Park evening adult classes Spring term starts Jan. 31 registration Jan. 24, 26 7-8 . Dear Park High school monday Art i astrology charts astrology basics beg. Bridge int. Bridge general woodworking Golf for beg. Amp int., rapid Reading for beg. Amp adv. Income tax preparation beg. Sewing Spanish audio Lingual adv. Typing. Tuesday creative stitchery Interior decorating int. Sewing shorthand refresher beg. Typing Watercolour for beg. Amp int., adv. Yoga beg. Yoga. Wednesday Art i dog obedience rapid Reading for beg. 8t adv., adv. Sewing gym for ladies. Brochures at dear Park Public Library for More information Call 791-7034, 791-4944, 791-9012, 891-2813, 791-2054, 791-6374, or �7914949. Academicians. Left to right Are members of the Madeira High a it s academic team Karen Wilder s745 elect. I. Greg Harruff Captain 51101 a pledge or. And Dave Davis 7505 Juter ave. The program will be aired on wow to feb. 12 at 5 . When Madeira will appear with teams front our lady of Angels and Lloyd memorial. Also pictured with the Tamarh Are mrs. Jeanette Rost Madeira history teacher and Dave Manning program Moderator. Sycamore school Board ok9s three year graduation an Early graduation policy has been approved by the Sycamore Board of education which permits High school students to graduate in three years the policy will go into effect this Spring and those third year students who meet the newly established criteria will be permitted to participate in june commencement ceremonies. School officials emphasize addition a the numb to of Gloria Canning recreation Board Charles w. Edelman planning commission James Feldhaus Board of appeals Dave Beamer recreation director Harry Balke associate City Engineer. Not present was Henry Camp director of safety. Previously sworn into office by mayor William Kleiman was James v. Heath solicitor who replaced John Dumbacher whose resignation Jan. 4 made it necessary for Heath to assume office immediately. Committees Lay cock was appointed to the Oki committee to replace Kleiman and Jack Bauer was elected president of Council. The following were named to Council committees legislative and finance William Schoeny chairman Horn and Niehaus Public works and services Joseph Kamp chairman Laycock and Robert j. Of Leary safety and recreation of Leary chairman Schoeny and Leo Root. Harvey l. Alcorn was reappointed clerk of Council and Schoeny was elected president pro Tern. Other appointments were Horn Council representative to the planning commission and Laycock Council representative to the recreation Board. Donald c. Rohdenberg named Robert Ward As Deputy auditor councilman Root cited a need for stopping violations of the Law in Deer Park and he urged mayor Kleiman to use the Power of his office to Spur the police to greater efforts to Stop All violations. Silverton police chief Kenneth Dye was sworn in As second vice president of the Hamilton county police association at their annual dinner meeting Jan. 13. It. Thomas men Stirrup Amberley Village waa sworn in As treasurer. Year end fir reports listed total fire loss for 1971 in Silverton was $13,455, according to a report of fire department activities for the year issued to Council thursday night by chief Howard Newman. Alarms included 13 mercantile 23 residential 7 automobile 9 grass Brush Etc., 10 assists to other departments and four Auto accidents for a total of 66 Calls for the year. Fourteen men received 30 hour training courses and four men took part in 36 hour courses with one Man completing state and regional arson school. Life squad runs totalled 253 with 125 emergency runs and 128 transportation with 12 nighttime members used for four Threeman squads and nine members for daytime runs. Two women were trained in first Aid for a total of 23 volunteers. Building inspections included 175 mercantile buildings with 11 violations 132 Multi dwellings with four violations two nursing Homes with two violations three churches with no violations and two schools with no violations. Shoe repairing 6034 Montgomery Road pleasant Ridge Geo. 5chwaegerle offi ii automation Sale a calculators a adding machines Corner Kenwood a Montgomery re. Phonet 791-1000 that three year graduation is not being encouraged or promoted by the school District. A we believe that Mot students receive significant Benefit from the Normal full four year of High school experience even though they May technically meet the minimum graduation requirements of specified credits a William e. Spreen Sycamore High principal stated. A a we Are neither encouraging nor discouraging students to seek Early graduation. But we have been getting inquiries from students who meet requirements As to specific courses and number of credits needed for graduation and who appear to have Well thought out Post graduation goals. We feel they deserve consideration Quot sycamores extensive summer school program in which students May take original credit courses is a main reason that students Are Able to acquire enough credits to graduate in three years spree noted. By obtaining credits during two or three Summers students often have 20 or More credits now in four years when they used to be Able to earn Only 17 of 18 in four years time. Seven tee i credits is the minimum required for graduation from Sycamore. Three year graduation will be administered carefully with counselling involving parents As Well As concerned students Spreen said. In total credits required there Are specific subjects which must be taken and All the credits must be earned in accredited High schools. Short Cut methods of earning credit through correspondence or other out of school courses will not be permitted. Students must declare their intention to graduate in june with a formal application by the beginning of their third year. Included in the policy changes was a provision for the student who is Short one credit in june for graduation. With his declaration of intent to attend summer school for the needed additional credit he will be permitted to participate in june commencement ceremonies and will be designated As an August graduate in the commencement program. He will not however receive his diploma until he completes the needed credit. This policy applies equally to third and fourth year students. Though Sycamore High is currently overcrowded by some 300 students and is on an overlap or extended Day plan the new policy will not noticeably improve the situation Spreen says. Since Only one class it involved and it is anticipated less than ten percent of its membership will be interested in Early graduation Little Impact will be made in reducing classroom need. Blue Ash has new zoning ordinance at a special session last week Blue Ash Council adopted an updated zoning ordinance which makes it easier to identify zoning lines in the City. The ordinance takes Ravenwood subdivision out of the Unzo Ned ranks and puts it in an r-2 zone. In this category front Yards must be 50 feet wide Back Yards 30 feet Side Yards 10 feet and lot front footage. 9ft feet. Tax commissioner Michael e. Mcgahan 7829 Moss was reappointed tax commissioner of Deer Park Jan. 1. An accountant at Hess amp Eisenhardt company Rossmoyne he is attending Xavier University evening College. He will graduate this Spring with a major in accounting. Mcgahan is married and has one son. Brasher Avenue was changed from r-3 to r-2, and property East of 1-71 and South of Deerfield rd., owned by Wallace Collett was removed from residential and put into Industrial by last minute amendments to the updated ordinance. George Wilson jr., City manager said Frank Kaine attorney for Ken Ridge drive residents objected to the r-3 zoning allowing smaller hospitalized John w. Martin 46, 4687 Orchard be complained of Chest pains Jan. 16, and was taken to mercy Hospital by the Rossmoyne life squad. Quot Quot i Alwg Quot a humidifying air conditioning electronic air cleaner specialists in total Home Comfort . Wingerter co. L.984-8134�? lots and cheaper Homes in an area where $45,000 and higher priced Homes have been built. An attorney for Collett said his client purchased the property because of its commercial zoning and thought it unfair to now zone it As residential. According to Wilson Council Heid an executive session following the meeting and approved preliminary plans of Thomas Mcclorey and associates for a new civic Center. The architect was directed to proceed with the final plans. The estimated Cost of the building is $250,000 and the minimum time for design and construction is about a year Wilson said. Milldale lumber company lumber and plywood Cut to size carpal Ter recommended for All types of remodelling. 8805 Blue Atli re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 this Coupon Good for $7.00 off to repair color Only al to soles amp service 631-0475 9 am-9 pm 231-0210

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