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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - July 21, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioR m life i Mes 1 the first of 62mrs. Kyle Webb sr., 6661 apr chi clr., Madeira wat tha surprised Winner of the first Cash award presented to the Holder of the Lucky number on the free phone Book covers distributed by suburban life. Mrs. Kyle left who admits this is the first thing she s Ever won accepts a Check for $26 from suburban life editor Helen fix. Since the paper and free cover were delivered before her husband arrived Home mrs. Webb figured she d claim the prize. Or. Webb formerly of Norwood operates Webb s Industrial Plant service. The second of 52 Lucky numbers is published in today s Issue. Tha person with tha corresponding number should bring his or her phone directory cover to Cincinnati suburban newspapers inc., 4415 Montgomery by noon monday following publication of the number. Sycamore schools i budget allows for pay hike additional leathers i a proposed operating budget of $3,783,438 for Calendar year 1972 has been approved by the Sycamore Board of education. The figure an increase of $204,611 above the current year s appropriations contains Cost of living increases for jail employees approved this Spring to go into effect this foil and additional teachers for increased enrolment. The budget would be in deficit by More than three under the present tax rate so the school system will seek passage in november of additional a operating millage superintendent Edwin h. A Quot Greene reports. A we have until sept. 16 to Quot determine exactly what tax figure we will need to place on the november ballot a Greene said. A but it will a probably be in the neighbourhood of four the last increase in operating millage in the Sycamore District was voted in 1969. The District currently has an operating rate of 27.41 Mills and a Bond retirement rate of 3.50 Mills. Also on the november ballot will be about one half of one Mill to pay for a Bond Issue to Purchase a new senior High she. A your total tax rate for school purposes currently is from five to 20 Mills lower than half the school systems in Hamilton county a Greene said. A and while that certainly is not a reason in itself to seek additional let does indicate that a. A systems have great dependence upon local finder the various formulae discussed thus far in Columbus we anticipate no significant increase in state Aid for Sycamore schools a he said. A we Are presently receiving Only 18 percent of our operating funds from state sources and any increase from that direction will be very minor. So we have to look to local Mirror umber company lumber and plywood Cut to size carpenters recommended for All types of remodelling. A sos Blue Ash re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 organic Garden shop fresh organic vegetables. Organic health and stat foods. Organic fertilizers Gertral liquid s. Dry. Mcdonald s data Kenwood re. 791-0480 safety first at Mim savings amp loan Assn 4539 Montgomery rd., Norwood o. 5% on regular savings 631 4246 est.1904 6% on certificates quarterly i Deposit by the 10th 00 0 interest from the 1st convenient parking open daily Mcevilley president James f Disque Secretary boo Keiper in Norwood office experienced with general Ledger financial statements payroll payroll taxes Etc. Good fringe benefits hours 9-5. Cincinnati suburban newspapers inc. Call 531-0234 mrs. Logu for appointment. Morary Ohio historical society 1982 Velma ave Columbus Ohio 43211 a or to place a Claa fled and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising a new dial 531-0234 Maui serving the communities of Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira Pleasnt Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Sickert on Kenwood Deer Park a rots Moynet Dillonvale Ridgewood Mark of circulation i it t or it v 4416 Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio wednesday july 21,1971 display aos and news. Classified aos. S31-0234 7317170 no. 61 Garden clubs to participate woman a club trustees launch beautification of Kenwood Park miss Barbara Acomb daughter of or. And mrs. Donald c. Acomb 6175 Kay Wood dr., is one of 26 girls selected by girl scout Headquarters to watch the launching of Apollo 15 from Cape Kennedy monday. Barbara will also attend a launch briefing and tour sunday. A senior at Madeira High she will represent the local great Rivers girl scout Council. Valdemar Bertelsen 8105 s. Clippings a dr., Indian Hill has been named a senior vice president by the first National Bank of Cincinnati. He has been associated with the Bank since 1955 and was named a vice president in 1959. He serves on the faculty of the graduate school of banking at the University of Wisconsin and is Active on planning committees of the greater Cincinnati chamber of Commerce and the City of Cincinnati. Colletta Lammert 4169 o Leary ave. And Jerry Jones 4348 Redmont ave., Deer Park Are chairmen for Norwood Day at Coney Island july 28. The event is sponsored by the Norwood business a professional women and the Norwood chamber of Commerce. Miss Lammert represents the women and Jones the chamber of Commerce both Are employed in Norwood. Beautification of Kenwood Park Galbraith and Montgomery ., was launched officially july 14 when plans for the Corner were reviewed and consolidated by the Sycamore township trustees and the Kenwood woman a club co sponsors of the project. The Kenwood woman a club and participating Garden clubs were guests of the township trustees at a luncheon july 14. Harry e. Jahnigen township superintendent hosted the meeting. Each of the participating Garden clubs will be responsible for planting and maintaining a Garden in the Park or will contribute to its general fund. Thornton nurseries has donated the services of landscape architect Rick Usberg who has drawn a landscaping plan. Local nurseries Are donating much of the material being used by the Garden clubs. Jahnigen pointed out that the township has spent about $1200 to Date on this Park one of three maintained by the township. Installation of water service and a Walkway As proposed under the master plan will Cost approximately $3,000. Inst auction of Shruba and Trees not involved in the actual Garden Sites which will be maintained by the chips will Cost an additional $7,000. A parking area to be developed after completion of the in Silverton widening of the intersection Wilt Eleo be done at township expense. Estimates indicate this will Cost in the neighbourhood of $3,000, Jahnigen said. Additionally maintenance of the entire axe will be done by the townships maintenance department at an annual Cost of $1,500, he added. First proposed in the Spring of 1970 to the trustees by mrs. Charles Roth conservation chairman of the Kenwood woman s club and her committee mrs. Robert Cappel and mrs. Donald Baltzer the project is now being handled by the club s beautification chairman mrs. Robert Cappel. Process on the project was delayed until this year because of Road improvements at the intersection. Area Garden clubs and their representatives contributing their services to the new Kenwood Park Are Ferrenial planters Are. Richard Barbian charter Oak min. . Cornish Heitmeyer mins. Robert Mcgill Concord Huls mrs. Raymond Bogart Kenwood mrs. . Nagel key Wood mrs. Harold Acomb Green thumb mrs. Charles Roth dig and delve mrs. John German Tonio Village tro wellers my Harry Cornelius Miami Hills in. . Frodge. A representative from the Kenwood civic association will also attend the planning conferences a. Quot Madeira is America to me former Marine colonel adapts manager talents to civilian Post. Night Park patrol oked to curb youth problem teenagers who Are causing trouble at Silverton play Field would be Wise to inform their parents that they might be called at any time to appear in mayors court to answer charges arising from their children a behaviour. This warning was indicated by mayor Richard Benken at thursdays Council meeting when several members of the Silverton playground mothers club expressed fear that the a a hoodlums would prevent the More desirous Park patrons from enjoying Park facilities. Mayor Benken assured the mothers that the police and he were aware of Many of the episodes that were the cause of the complaints. Benken irritated by the Way higher courts have interpreted Laws that a few years ago protected the innocent related reluctantly that local authorities must handle a the trouble makers with kid gloves because Many of the higher courts decisions now make the local authorities a target for false arrest suits. The playground mothers expressed belief that a policeman stationed in the Park full time would help and Benken and police chief Kenneth Dye agreed that this would help but stated the City does no to have enough police to spare one for strictly Park duty. The mothers group praised the juvenile officers William Eggers and Esther Kidder for the work they have been doing at the Park. The mothers said the two not Only have been training youths to be constructive but also How to be a ladies and they added that the presence of the two police officers had a great influence on controlling the behaviour of the trouble makers. Benken and City solicitor Herman Wenker promised immediate hearings for juveniles taken into custody at the Park so the offenders can be barred from the playground. Parents might find it costly for not having control Over their children. A former Silverton policeman Ronald Degrummond with some persuasion by chief Dye volunteered to patrol the Park at night and he will have full police authority. Degrummond resigned from the police department a few months ago much to the expressed regret of officials but he remained a member of the use squad which he helped organise. Because of his experience in police work the mayor swore him in As a member of the civil service commission thursday. Council was informed by patrolman Eggers that the funds supplied by the government for the work with youth is depleted and it will be several weeks before it is known whether the project again will be financed by Uncle Sam. In the meantime the juvenile officers do not want their Young friends to feel forgotten so they requested and were granted permission to use the Park swimming Pool four monday nights at which time the youths will be together. Passes for the Pool now Are being sold to Silverton residents at the Park. Many residents have not paid garbage collection fees said Benken but he is not. Worried he added because in october these past due debts will be placed on the property owners tax duplicates. Deputy building commissioner Joseph Lorenz reported he had issued $231 in building permits last month. The Silverton neighbourhood association is planning a picnic at Silverton Layfield aug. 22. Council suffered from vacation itus so was without a quorum to pass legislation. Hospitalized Dianna Martin 21, 7224 Plainfield rd., was taken to jewish Hospital by the Deer Park life squad when she fainted july 17. It s White Corn time Friday yellow too at ller s Roadside stand on Galbraith Road Between Kenwood and Blue Ash ads. Vandalism reported a plate Glass window at the colonial shop 7331 Montgomery rd., Silverton was broken possibly with a Pellet gun or Rifle thursday according to police. Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping Are 711 a s 04 Sai a 194 a a i Daos by Halen fix a we be Here if we did no to think this was the most wonderful place in the world. This is America to this comment by George babe is an indication of the enthusiasm be brings to his a new Post As City manager of Madeira. A . Marine since the age of 17 when he enlisted As a private col. Babe will officially retire in August from the Force in which he has served for 29 years. When asked Why he did no to retire after 20 years when he was eligible his answer vans Fluin and convincing a because i love the Marine rim a a i done to think of myself As retiring but As merely changing Joba. At the Marine base at Quantico is. Where i began and ended my miliary career my official title was assistant chief of staff g-4, but my duties were comparable to those of a City manager. I was in charge of maintenance Public works communications safety All the services which Are vital to a City a operation a babe explained. A so actually this Job a just a continuation of what i have been a graduate of civil engineering from the University of Michigan babe confided a i always had in the Back of my mind the idea of becoming a City manager when 1 retired. I have always been associated with engineering and handling men two primary responsibilities of a City George babes military career which began with the rank of private and concluded As a colonel has taken him literally to every Corner of the Fobe. His wife Anna Margaret eras Able to accompany him on Only one foreign assignment. To Haiti where she was evacuated after nine months with other civilian personnel because of a revolution. This was another Factor influencing babe to retire now. A my wife and i w Ere tired of being separated. We wanted to put roots Down in a Community and we wanted our son 16-year-old Kurt to have some kind of permanency in High school. If we had remained in the service he would have been in three schools in three years. Now he a looking Forward to attending and graduating from Madeira High. Right now he a living with his sister in Woodbridge a. Where he a playing the decks Are cleared and ready for action As George Baba former . Marine colonel As fumes hit duties As new manager of Madeira. On the Cabinet in the background is the red helmet with eight stars which councilman Art Smith said a will Wear so a Quot former sea Bee Smithson t be outranked by a colonel Quot a a american. Legion baseball but he a anxious to arrive in Madeira before the football season so he can try out for the team. Babes trim build attests to the fact that he a More than just a sports Spectator. A i enjoy handball and Golf but in a also an enthusiastic fan and i expect to be out there rooting for the Madeira team this fall a he commented. Photographs on the Walls at his office depict various phases of col. Babes career which includes two Tours of combat one in Korea and 14 months in Vietnam. In Korea he was Engineer platoon Leader 1st Engineer battalion and participated in the Landing at Inchon. He was later wounded in Seoul. During his 14 months in Vietnam in 1966-67 he was commanding officer of the 9th Engineer Batalion and bras in combat in an area ranging from the Doz to due Pho. He shrugged off the honors he attained with the comment a those and a dime will get you a cup of but for the record babe s awards include the continued on Page 2 free tickets 1to Cincinnati reds baseball punks Are awarded Csini readers each week. Be sure to Check the classified pages to see if you Are a Winner Kroger estate to be sub divided the 27 4-acre Kroger estate at 9550 Cunningham rd., Indian Hill will be sub divided for development according to James j. Espy real estate agent for mrs. Dorothy b. Lunken who purchased the property for $1.1 million. The property was sold by the trustees of the estate of the late mrs. Chester f. Kroger daughter in Law of . Kroger founder of the Kroger company. She died in january and the Home has been occupied since then by a maid. Mrs. Lunken the former wife of Edmund p. Lunken president of Midwest airways May donate some of the land to the Green Belt area of Indian Hill Village. Come in for a customer appreciation Days r Sali to he Rwy july 30 sparkle cleaners 4343 e. Galbraith re. In a tot a shopping Canter our Only location Ohio Blacktop Sialino co. 14 grand Ald a. Cincinnati Ohio 45220 Pho its 861-9274 Blacktop and sealing of All kinds a residential a commercial e Industrial. 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Avoid he late August panic teens and adults too can entertain themselves brilliantly just by strolling Down the aisles of Neumark Melody shop Spencer s gifts or browsing through the Recks at Walden Book store. Want to Quot Gat away from it All Quot travel King can Reserve your place in the Sun. Wilson paint store can Gat you started on a new Hobby. Or painting tha House if that s How you get your kicks this time of an evening out Dine at Marriott hot shoppes and take in Quot Plaza suite the new Walter Matthau comedy showing at Kenwood theatre. _ whichever Way you turn at Kenwood mall you la be set to 0 collide head on with the Dearies and emerge victorious. 78 advertisement

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