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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - July 10, 1974, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohio historical society 1932 a a 1 a ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 Lri to Placo a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 at Deer Park Bonds for Pool sewers considered by Sureen Hehman Bond issues to pay for completion of the storm sewer a system in Deer Park and to build a new swimming Pool will be considered at upcoming1 Deer Park Council meetings. Council meets tomorrow 8 . At Holmes elementary school. S a tying the communities of glue Ash Montgomery Amberley vol lug Indian Hill Madeira pleas a i Fidge Are it it it a Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Leer Parhm live so Oyne Diomah Ridgewood Mark of circulation i it Ega it v vol. Xiii no. 50 Cincinnati Ohio wednesday july 10, 1974 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 no variance to be policy until planning study Complete Charleys crab to put up Fence signs cooler variance tabled by Maureen Hehman Charleys crab restaurant 9767 Montgomery rd., was granted variances to put up new signs and to build a seven it. Fence at Montgomery City Council meeting july 3. A third request for a variance to build a walk in cooler on that property was tabled. The new signs will replace present signs and Are not variant in size but in location. Seven it. Fence the Fence is expected to help shield residential property on Tollgate in. From noise and doors coming from the restaurant. A i would like to see the variance to build a cooler tabled until the Fence is up and we have signs of Good Faith Quot. Councilwoman Florence Kennedy commented. Mrs. Dever Speaks mrs. Dorothy Dever of Tollgate ln., appeared before Council to speak against allowing the variances. She and other residents of Tollgate in. Have been at Odds with the restaurant during the past year about noise and doors. President of Council Howard Smith said Hopes a solution will he be spe8 achieved that is beneficial to the restaurant area residents and to the City of Montgomery. He said he believes it beneficial to Montgomery to have stable tenants on the property occupied by Charleys crab. Charley s spokesman a spokesman for the restaurant said that Charleys has already taken Steps to curb noise and doors. The menu has been changed in order to decrease the amount of fish chowder being made the chowder is apparently responsible for the Strong fish smell. A variance was granted officials fold to repay funds Amberley Village officials Are considering this week what to do about a total of $4,042.55 levied against four officials by state auditor Joseph t. Ferguson. An audit of Village finances by Ferguson covering the period Between july 31, 1971 and oct. 31, 1973, states that a number of expenditures which the o Fri c i a 1 s authorized were not for a Public those expenditures included the annual dinner for Village officials and employees $250 for a color to set for a retiring policeman Coffee and Tea supplies and three cases of Beer for the police. Former City manager Hugh Graff was held responsible for by far the largest share of the Money $3,829.68 during his administration he approved payment for the annual dinners police banquets and other items. The finding against Village solicitor and onetime acting manager Augustus Beall iii totalled $173.87, for Coffee Tea and a luncheon for Graff when he retired. The finding against the current City manager Thomas Wesson is $39 for Coffee. In addition. Mayor w. Disallowed expenses following is a list of expenditures which the state auditor has determine must be paid Back to Amberley Village by former manager Hugh a. Graff former acting manager Augustus Beall in and present manager Thomas e. Wesson. 2 annual Village officials dinners with liquor. $2816.28 2 Hamilton county police Assn. Dinners. 132.00 Coffee and Tea supplies including a coffeemaker. 354.65 police refreshments. 26.65 contributions to police dinners .138.84 party supplies for Hamilton and Deer Park fire depts.36.00 Village officials luncheon with liquor. 112.07 florists Bill for Kaufman planter .10.00 dinner at Kenwood country club .25.66 color to set donation for retiring policeman 250.00 chamber of Commerce a police banquet. 125.00 lunch expense for mayor w. H. Blohm 15.36 to Mazda East 9301 Montgomery rd., to build new signs. The signs Are considered to be a safety measure. Strict zoning policy the above May be the last variances granted by Council for awhile. In a policy statement Council announced intentions to observe strict interpretations of zoning ordinances until the planning study for the City a business District is completed. The six month study is being conducted by the firm of Vogt Sage and Pflum at a Cost of $7,000. Council is not calling an absolute moratorium on zoning variances but chances Are slim of obtaining one except for genuine hardship. Joseph p. Smith Secretary of the Board of zoning appeals announced his resignation from the Board in a letter to Council. Mayor Robert Novak publicly thanked Smith for his years of service on the Board. Robert m. Moore 100874 Deerfield was appointed to a five year term on the planning commission. He is filling a vacancy left by Frank hearing tonight Council announced a Public hearing on the 1975 budget to be held tonight 8 . At the City building. An ordinance was introduced that would make residents responsible for Clearing Public sidewalks adjacent to their properties. Property owners would also be responsible for removal of ice from adjacent sidewalks. Goods and merchandise would be forbidden to spill Over onto the Public sidewalks. This would not apply to presently existing arrangements. Council passed a real and personal property tax / of 2.5 Mills. This continues the a pillage at the rate As last Yie As last year. Under same it Law Council May tax up to five Mills. In other action Council passed an ordinance allowing the Public service director to establish the carrying capacity of Bridges. Council raised the salary of patrolman Jack Sahnd. Accepted a bid of $9,-700,67 from the Hartman electric co. For traffic signals to be erected at Montgomery and Cooper ads. And Montgomery and Remington ads. Passed an ordinance appropriating approximately $14,000 from the general fund for varius City fund accounts. Accepted a bid of $28,-110.25 from the . Cavett co. For bicycle paths to be built on the West Side of Montgomery re from Mitchell farm to Pfeiffer and the South Side of Pfeiffer from Ontgomery to fam wind then along the or a Side of Pfeiffer re. To twinkle. Passed an ordinance allowing increased monies to be spent on Street and storm sewer maintenance and repair. Passed a Resolution asking the county auditor to Advance Money that he holds for the City of Montgomery. City officials Hope to pay for the sewer system wit Hoot raising taxes by substituting a new a Twenty year Bond Wohleb is a being retired this year. The new Pool would Cost about $75,too to be paid for in five years on a one Mill or less Bond Levy the Pool would be 35 it. X 75 ft., 3 j 11 it. Deep with a wading Pool detached. Also under consideration by Council is a contract with the Hamilton county communications Center for police dispatches. Police Calls Are presently dispatched by a policeman at Deer Park police station. Councilman Francis Hea-1 a c h Airt a n of the legislative and finance committee said 22 area communities have joined the 11 run ill on county dispatch system. He said the system would be cheaper but would not Cut local police prote Elion. Mayor William. Kleiman said he has some reservations about going to a Cority Dispa ten system. A we might be losing some personal touch with the Kleiman agreed however that the new system would probably save Money. Another proposal under consideration to contract with a private waste collection company would take away local control and inside of Montgomery audit Page 5 scouts met mrs. Martin Luther King or. Page 5 Blue dolphins win meet Page 4 councilman responds Page 2 Bike safety Lane today Page 2 Madeira Golf tourney set Page 14 might Cut five service department employees out of jobs according to mayor Kleiman. Councilman Healy Gays the private collection service could save the City Teton by. Mayor Kleiman also said Money might be saved with private waste collection because of a possible five year guaranteed Price and Elimina lion of vehicle maintenance Cost. Blue Ash budget hearing a Public bearing tomorrow. 8 in the first natl. Bank. Blue Ash will be held to discuss a proposed 1975 budget of $4,164,844.10. Total expenditures Are projected at $4,136,747.70. A $28,000 surplus is a result of Money left Over a from the 1974 budget. About $550,000 of the 1975 budget is marked for building a solid waste Transfer station. Blue ashes waste collection is expected to increase by 400 percent due to commercial Industrial. Collection. Industrial collection was one Promise made when the City recently passed an earnings tax. $73,941.50 of the City a income Quot is from Federal Revenue sharing funds a slight increase Over 1974 Revenue sharing income. Charges dismissed charges were dismissed against Howard c. Hoffman jr., 18, july 1 on charges of Possession of an Hallucinogen in Blue Ash mayor s court. Henry Blohm was ordered to replenish the Treasury for $21 for a shortage in Cash collections. Wesson said since the report Only came out late last week the City has not had time to study the findings and make a decision. In me meantime he said the City is continuing to contract with Wallingford Coffee go. For Coffee and Tea for employees. The Coffee expenses were. Among the items disallowed by the auditor. Ferguson cited a court decision which held that Quot expenditures May Only be made for a Public purposes a defined As a preserving Public health Security Prosperity and Contentment for All inhabitants and at press time mayor Blohm said no decision had been reached on How to handle the findings. He said he and others involved planned to meet last monday and City Council would probably take up the matter at this meeting the same Day. Generally the audit found Village finances to be Well recorded and noted that All records were in order. Total receipts and balance for the City As of oct. 31, 1973 was $1,709,-714.19. $109,000 from Revenue sharing Sycamore budget up ten percent a letter from Home reminds Cintia Simon 17, Center that her six month stay with her Host family the a of Madeira is almost Over. She left for her Home in Brazil july 8. Certain to miss her Are Kevin Kuethe 19 and Kim Kuethe 16. Cintia is one of the seven youth for understanding Exchange students in the area. She loves music school and parties and has tried Golf and boating while in Cincinnati. Sycamore trustees approved an anticipated budget of $550,200 for the coming year at the Sycamore trustees meeting july 3. The budget is up about ten percent from the 1974 budget. $152,500 has been budgeted for the general fund $63,000 for the Road fund and $100,000 each for fire Protection and additional police Protection. The total also includes $109,000 in Revenue sharing funds the budget is on file and can he see township Hall 96id Kenwood rd., by any Sycamore township resident. First step was taken wednesday night by the trustees to acquire additional Access t o Sycamore Park on the Blue Ash Side. A Survey. Was authorized of property belonging Quot to m. W. Mcmillan. Township attorney Ken Schneider announced an upcoming meeting of township attorneys from. Sycamore Anderson Creen Delhi and Colerain townships. The meeting May develop into an Assoc Tion. Said Schneider. The particular pro ble is of townships will he the subject of discussion including tax levies h i d d i n g procedure Park land and personnel. In other action. The trustees agreed that work on the Fence for Sycamore Park is progressing slowly and that one. Third of the total Job for which the installer is asking $8000, has not been completed. The clerk was requested to write or. Be quire to ask that he attend the next township meeting and Supply affidavits that All labor and materials Are paid for to Date. The trustees decided on a to Day probationary period for medical insurance policies for new full time employees of the township. De Shelton president of the High Point a civic association will see that petitions Are circulated for Street lights to be installed by cd amp a Shelton said the e reposed lights would be a in improvement in the area. Exchange students want to stay by Maureen Hehman Romero Lima 16, does no to want to go Home. At least not yet a not while he is still having such a Good time with his youth for understanding you Host family the Ted Hepburn 6414 Pepperell in. Romero is one of seven Exchange students who have been living with Host families in the suburban life area during the past year. The students have lived As members of the family rather than guests and they have attended Indian Hill Madeira and Sycamore schools. A i like it i want to stay until the last Day a Romero whose Home is in Recife Brazil exclaimed. Brazilian Ricardo Bach 16, is trying to stay an extra six months. He is living with the Phillip poles 6048 Bayberry or. Whatever ties of love and Friendship have kept these youngsters Happy in Cincinnati it has Little to do with the exotic difference Between Here and Home. Moet of the students we talked to minimized the differences. Apparently their Homes in Cincinnati Are similar to their Homes in South America and the Philippines. A by the end of her stay Jessica was More american than us a commented Andrea Pierce 17, about her family a Exchange student Jessica Cruz 17, of the Philippines. Anarea daughter of or. And mrs. Edgar Pierce 8020 Remington rd., pm barque on her own sex Pool party a swimming Pool party sponsored by the Silverton Volunteer fire department ladies auxiliary will be held july 20 at the municipal Pool swimming from 6 8 ., followed by dancing from 8 to Midnight. Music will be furnished by Nib Roc. Tickets May be purchased at the Gate $6 per couple. Program will include games prizes Beer set ups and snacks. In Case of rain the Pool party will be held sunday july 21. Change trip last week. She will live with a Host family in Germany. Andrea and her parents just said goodbye to Jessica. Jessica is probably with her family in the Philippines by now. But she wants to come Back to visit the pierces next year. Cintia Simon left for her Home in Brazil monday and her Host Mother s heart is broken. In fact All the members of the r. Kuethe family 7444 Dawson rd., Madeira want Cintia to come Back. A from the minute she walked in this House we loved her a mrs. Kuethe said of Cintia. The Keethes have advised Cintia to go Home and marry a Rich husband who will bring her Back to Cincinnati to live. There was a going away party for Cintia monday just the close Kuethe family 32. The Keethes Are used to a gang and love it. Their daughter Kim 16 and son Kevin 19 were especially Good company for Cintia. The Keethes like so Many of the you Host families have been involved with International students and hospitality to visitors for Many years. As in most human endeavours the exchanges were not entirely without some tears and heartache. Some students switched Host families to achieve greater compatibility. Right after Alberto Fernandes of Brazil arrived at his Host family the Charles Wojciga 7811 Dee st., he got a bad ease of the flu. Being sick in a strange country is bound to bring on homesickness. But Alberto recovered of course and liked his visit so much he too wanted to stay in Cincinnati. Mrs. Wojcik says being hosts to Alberto has taught her family patience and understanding with each other. Sometimes the family and Alberto would draw pictures to communicate difficult to translate ideas. All the foreign students speak English with varying degrees of skill. They attended regular classes at local High schools taking such courses As american history English math and science. The students we talked with were enthusiastic about area schools particularly about the variety of courses offered. The South american students will attend their regular schools when they go Home because South Kent appoints miss of Connor Marion of Connor daughter of or. And mrs James c. Of Connor 6529 Brackenridge ave., Ridgewood has been a edited lecturer in English language and literature at the University of Kent at Canterbury England effective in october. A graduate of ursuline Academy she received her undergraduate degree from st. Michael a College of the University of Toronto in 1970. In England on a Kent Fellowship of the Danforth foundation she obtained an m. Phil degree in Renaissance studies from the Warburg Institute of the University of London in 1972. American seasons Are opposite to ours. Most of the students will leave their Host families this month. Among those saying goodbyes will he Edmundo More is and his Host family the Peter Mcco Ricks 6638 Brandford it. The Mccormick Are also members of the local you committee. Brazilian Milton Schreiber will be saying goodbye to the Charles Dragus 5817 Bayberry or. The organization has Headquarters in Ann Arbor Mich. More than 36,-000 students were brought to this country last year by the program. American students also travel to Host countries. Fees Are paid by the student about $900 for an american student to participate in the summer program. Incoming foreign students pay about $700. The difference covers administrative and costs and scholarships. Host families Are needed. Information is available by calling or. And mrs. C. Beatty Collins 321-1266

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