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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - January 26, 1972, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary hid historical Soei Sty 1982 Velma ave Columbus Ohio 43211 a ii dialogue. Mayor Luken s recent visit to Plessant Ridge resulted in Trae conversation to twin people end mayor. In pleasant Ridge mayor reveals plans for help plans to provide $50,000 for planning the future of pleasant Ridge and Madisonville by City Council were revealed by mayor Thomas a. Luken to an. Overflow crowd of some 150 people Jan. 18, at a meeting in pleasant Ridge. The a conservation with the mayor was sponsored by the pleasant a Ridge Community Council and held in the meeting room of the Standard Federal savings a n d l o an As s o elation Montgomery and Woodford. The announcement was made after a member of the audience asked if now Wasny to the time to re Analyse the City a zoning Structure to avoid the upheaval that erupted in the Wake of Public housing in North Avondale. The mayor replied that he doubted that such a thing should be done on a City wide basis an d suggested that Community councils notify the City planning commission immediately Quot when they know of property that obviously should be upgraded in zoning. A if the planning commission does no to co operate let us know a Luken said. He recalled that people living on Quebec re. S. Fairmount where Public housing also is being built went to the commission but the commission did hot inform Council of their ero tests until it was too ite. While discussing the Community a Hopes for a $ 4 o 01,000 indoor outdoor swimming Pool in the City a 1973 budget the mayor warned that things were going to be a very tight around City Hall next year unless the Federal government comes up with some Type of Revenue sharing. The sum of $800,000 for a Community Center building at pleasant Ridge Park is in the 1972 budget. Construction will probably Start in april. Bus fares mass transit needs and vacant commercial buildings were also discussed. One member of the audience Felt that the vacant buildings might soon be a problem. The mayor told the audience to take such complaints to his office a if you done to know exactly where to last weeks a conversation with the mayor proved to be a pleasant congenial event and an officer of the Community Council praised Luken As an official who comes Back to talk after the election. A cent w pm Flims Low cholesterol other special diet weight watchers a health foods a do 914 Linwood my my hit Tow Mali Shoni 321-7015 greatest Sale Ever on our lot january 22 through 30 Jayco the Best built Fol Down amp Low profile trailers Royal Highlander a the most trailer for your Money. Electra the luxury trailer with no comparison. Camera Ftp the mini motor Home with the family in mind. A at our lot Only free door prizes hot Coffee let the Best Deal in town. Follow the map in yellow pages to Gibson camping sales 4453 Sycamore re. 791-0790 to place a classified and dial 7317170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531 0234 Serwy no the communities of Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Miltonvale Ridgewood mar k of circulation integrity Cincinnati Ohio wednesday january 26,1972 display aos and news classified aos st 1-023 731-7170 vol. X no. 26 wants building stopped Kennedy Heights opposes Warner a scattered housing Kennedy Heights citizens Are once again ready to do All they can to Stop two Public housing projects one of which is already underway in the area. Marvin Warner whose proposed subsidized apartment Complex on lower Kennedy ave. Opposite Hill and Dale or. Has been under constant attack by the Kennedy Heights Community Council has been granted a renewal on his building application which Means he is free to resume building. At the same time Kennedy Heights has been picked As the site for a 12-unit scattered housing project planned by the Cincinnati metropolitan housing citizens Are objecting to both. A what we Are asking for is trades modelling for police work by Carol Pucci Model actress teacher skier photographer Elisa Simone 24, Silverton a new policewoman is All of these and More. Certainly not your idea of a gun toting stiffly uniformed female cop. She wears a uniform yes. Hat Black Slacks Blue Blazer and later after graduating from the Norwood police Academy Shell carry a gun but the views police work As a Way of helping people rather than keeping them in Tine. A former teacher at Vogue modelling school and a free Lance Model and photographer miss Simone says she has thought about police work since leaving the University of Cincinnati where she majored in. Speech and theater arts and English. A i knew there was something Worth while i wanted to do i just did no to know what. Modelling and photography Are Independent things things you do for Many talents. Law although she applied at the enforcement is Only one of Cincinnati police Many interests held by department and was turned Silverton a new Down because no positions , Elisa Simone were open mire Simone Sam Ftp Asch or of a a i is Raore Dubue &ms5e5ss along with patrolman Jed he to a. Don Clark a win Tak. Hopes to expand them. She also plans a safety program for the schools a drama club miss Silverton Competition a girls sports continued on Page 2 a a heating humidifying a air conditioning electronic air cleaners specialists in total. Home Comfort . Wingerter co. 984-8134-j a moratorium on All building in Kennedy Heights until planning can be done to determine our needs a said Dale Birdsall co chairman of the Community Council a yes we Are for scattered housing in place of Large complexes but not in connection with the two Large housing projects already Marvin Warner and to we properties Community Council members plan to hire a lawyer to investigate How Warner obtained a permit renewal. According to Birdsall when warmer a had expired earlier the property zoned for multiple housing automatically reverted Back to single family unit. Now Warner has obtained a permit to build multiple dwellings on what is porch Lite pickup project of the Sycamore Deer Park Jaycees was a huge Success according to r a Apat of Leary chairman who investigation snows praised residents for the tremendous response. Large amounts of food clothing toys Etc were collected and distributed to �0 needy families in the Sycamore area. A supposedly property zoned single family. If Legal technicalities Are confusing the Issue and Warners permit proves to be legally valid then Kennedy Heights citizens will picket the construction area according to mrs. Hanna Jarson editor of the Community planning for Kennedy Heights is what the citizens want according to mrs. Jarson and Birdsall. For instance mrs. Jarson said there Are abandoned and con damned private Homes in the area that could be used for Public housing in place of building multiple dwellings. She feels people who would move into private Homes would have a better Chance to become a More integral part of the com m u nity then would families living in apartment h of Texes. A a we want planning before building. We want review a she said noting that planning teams have been assigned to neighbourhoods to work with residents in finding their housing needs. She said Kennedy Heights was told they could not have such a team until their suit was settled against the c i n c i n n a t i m e troop a tan housing authority Hud cha Etc. For allowing Public housing projects to be financed and approved against Community will. Councilman Gerald Springer who will introduce a motion today ordering the City planning commission to put Kennedy Heights Back on its five year priority list said that he is opposed to any policy that denies a Community the right to be involved in planning just because a number of citizens choose to take a Case to court. He behaves that Kennedy Heights was taken off the planning commissions list re punishment for the suit filed against the commission and other agencies. Hospitalized Pauline Cantrell 71, 4023 st. Johns ter., a chronic heart patient was taken to bet head a North under oxygen Jan. 20, by the Deer Park life squad. Robert Rusby 7759 Montgomery rd., is Deputy regional executive1 of Region four boy scouts of America which will hold a convention at the Cincinnati convention Center oct 12 and 13. Some 450 delegates Are expected. A Deer Park High school will compete with Lasalle and Bellevue High schools saturday at 5 30 . On the a a it a academic to program. The program is sponsored by cd amp a and Union Light heat and Power company. Sewer lines tested in Blue Ash the City of Blue Ash has declared that All sewer lines in area a a do except the Western end. Of Brasher ave., have been tested and Are ready for service. Area a a he Hazelwood which was completed and tested last fall and now area a a do Kenwood and Glendale Mil Ford ads. Comprise the total sewer program accomplished in Blue Ash. In 1971. Area a a cd in the Plainfield rd., Hunt re. Region was completed in latter 1970. All residents in these sewer districts May apply for permits from the metropolitan sewer association police Protection found inadequate in by Marshall Bald win on the heels of Hamilton county sheriff Dan Tehano a request for additional men to patrol the unincorporated areas of Hamilton county came the results of an investigation in Sycamore township by the Sycamore citizens safety review committee which shows inadequate police Protection. Sycamore township trustees had appointed 15 Persona in 1971 to gather data pertaining to safety problem in the township and to make suggestions for correcting them. At a regular meeting of the trustees Jan. 17, one of the committees co chairman Robert m. Ney jr., reported on the findings of his group. Results showed that More Protection for Sycamore to. In ship residents was needed in order to combat the growing crime rate that is reaching into the unincorporated area from s u rounding communities. Ney commented that the sheriffs department was doing a Good Job considering the number of Miles a few men had to patrol. He reported that in the event the sheriff had to continue o p Era Ting an undermanned Force the committee suggested the most practical method of g a. I n i n g m or e p o 1 i c e Protection for the township was to contract with the sheriff or with one or More of the neighbouring police departments for men to be resigned to patrolling the township. The investigating committee had been divided into sub committees whose assignments were to make a Survey of the citizens of the township to determine their opinions and attitudes concerning the a d e q u Acy of p o lice Protection and the necessity for additional Protection. To investigate through the sheriffs office and s u r to u p of ice departments the nature and extent of any Public safety problem. To evaluate supplemental police programs in other townships in Hamilton county and to review practical factors including Man p o we t a v a i 1 a b i 1. I to equipment requirements and expenses. To Analyse statutory requirements an d limitations. Pertaining to supplemental police Protection by township trustees. Conclusions at a meeting of All committees the following conclusions were reached. The majority of Sycamore township residents believe More police Protection is needed. There is no criticism of Mill Dali company lumber and plywood Cut to size carpal tor Radom monday for a it typos of mod ailing. �?�109 Blu a had. Rossmoyne 791-8122 Canmore the operation of the county patrol considering the area of its responsibility and its limitation in personnel and. Equipment but specific service to Sycamore township is marginal and apparently diminishing. There is a definite need for preventive police action which the county patrol cannot provide at this time. Relying upon information from police authorities in surrounding communities there is a definite trend toward an increase in the crime rate in the unincorporated area of Sycamore township. Review of alternative methods of supplementing township police Protection indicates that the creation and maintenance of a township police District if otherwise feasible would establish financial requirements not c o m m e my rate with the need nor anticipated results. Statutory limitations dictate against a Constable or Volunteer Type of police Protection because of complications in jurisdiction and funding. The most satisfactory method of supplementing township police Protection is by contract with other Law enforcing agencies. In addition to Ney the committee included Leo j. Breslin co chairman mrs. Alex Pappas Ray Stewart and John Gobbe s u b c o m Mittee chairmen Arthur Phillips James Berning mrs. James Hanauer mrs. George Palmer mrs. Nolma am Nightingale Dale mrs. Ann Gibbs Pic ales and Boris Community government night sponsored by Sycamore Deer Park Jaycees in cooperation with Deer Park City officials and Sycamore township trustees was held Jan. 18, to Foster better relation s Between Public officials and the Jaycees. Shown above Are Denny Kelly project chairman Jim Bechtold Sycamore township trustee Bill Klein Ian Deer Park mayor and Jim Miller Jaycee president. Topics discussed were Wandet ism crime in general drugs and other juvenile problems and How the Jaycees can help in solving these problems. Madeira chief s tates Public apathy to crime increases criminal offences doubled in Madeira since 1970. At the same time Public indifference toward combating crime has increased according to police chief Don Wallace. Although Public apathy is not directly related to crime increase the chief sees it is a the greatest frustration a police officer is confronted with in his fight against in his annual report to the City of made ite Wallace said. Chat there Are Many citizens who Are quite vocal in articulating their expectations but who Are unwilling to Render the cooperation and support to the police that is required. Wallace said he knew of at least two incidents where citizens watched two houses being burglarized and did not Call the police. A such citizens must share the r e a p o n s i b i 1 Ity for such damage to the Community a Wallace said. He feels that the problem in Madeira is the same that is echoed through the . A people just done to want to become involved. For instance when South Kenwood was annexed we went door to door asking people to report any suspicious looking persons to the Wallace estimates that the police have so far had about 1 William Power Martin Berger. Notice to Deer Park tax payers the Deer Park tax office is in. The process of mailing out the 1971-72 returns and asks that any resident who does not receive these by Jan. 31, Contact the tax office. Also new residents re of 1971 should Contact the office. Returns May be mailed or picked up at the municipal building. All returns Are due in the office by april 30 along with any. Payment that May be due. The office will be open on the following Days or evenings for anyone having problems filling out re t u r n a residents May make an appointment or come in and Are asked to bring returns and w-2 statements. Tax office hours. Are monday tuesday thursday 8 30 a.m.-4 30 . Saturday 8 a.m.,-noon tuesday and. Friday evenings 6-8 . The office will be closed during the daytime hours on wednesday and. Friday. Organic health and diet foods. Natural vitamins. Organic fertilizers. Gertrel. Hrs 9 to a Thun. It Sun. 1 to 5 Mcdonald s 8968 Konwood re. 791-848q Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping area 791-9804,961-8154,891-9203 percent cooperation on this. Another area where Public apathy was evident was the attendance at two programs held to familiarize citizens with the methods of operation of burglars better types of locks available Etc. Out of 11,000 citizens about 16 attended each meeting. Wallace considers the program a a a to my Way of thinking i t All hoi is Down to Public indifference a Wallace said. He Sabo sceptical about the Way operation identification will work out in Madeira although he says its too Early to Tell because All the equipment to begin the project Haa not yet arrived. Crime statistics Madeira police received 10,181 complaints and service Calls in 1971 re compared to 6,897 in 1970. 481 criminal offences were reported in 1971 As compared to 225 offences last year. The number of cases cleared was Low compared to the number of crimes reported in Madeira during 1971. Malicious destruction of property led the list with 127 offences reported and 13 cleared. Petit larceny followed with 89 offences and 33 cleared. 55 cases of breaking and entering were reported and 18 cleared. Grand larceny cases totalled 50 16 were cleared. 216 persons were arrested and charged 91 adults and 125 juveniles 76 persons were a res t e d for o i h e r departments. Officer training during 1971, police received specialized training in Accident investigation burglary narcotics and dangerous drugs Auto larceny sen sit Ivity training and investigation. In service training classes were conducted covering search and seizure Laws of arrest first Aid Public relations Accident investigation traffic control and computer inquiry information. For classified advertising�?7 31-7170� Ftp Nawf 1 ilf4 a Mem Nln e�u�ck8chlgobr Galla i 770 Laurel 37t�7ss a a Pulle Madeira Poats of Fri pc
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