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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - March 10, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary j Ohio hit Orvaal society 1982 Voloa ave. Cd Iti Abat holc 43211 or i \ to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Mon Day display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 pal William Davis or. Frank cd Voland patrolman physician to win recognition a Madeira Rookie police officer and an Indian Hill pathologist will be among the ten persons who will be honoured at the 1971 police appreciation awards banquet March 24 at the Netherland Hilton. Patrolman William a. Davis iii 24, one of the youngest uniformed men to receive an award has been cited for the Best investigative work leading to solution of crimes. Or. Frank p. Cleveland Hamilton county Coroner will receive the Community service award for his a achievement in increasing the effectiveness of Law enforcement agencies. Serving the communities of Blue a in Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hal la Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Tennedy Heights Siler Tony Kenwood Deer Park of Rossmoyne Dillon ale Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio wednesday March 10.1971 display aos Ano news my ohm classified aos. 731-7170 volume in no. 31 As a result of this team Effort 55 warrants were issued for 33 persons in the most successful drug raid in southwestern Ohio. According to the citation a Davis pursued his assignment with the professionalism of a seasoned police officer and his personal safety became secondary while the successful completion of his investigation became his prime or Cleveland who has been associated with the coroners office since 1948, instituted in 1950 with Coroner or. Herbert p. Lyle an annual seminar for investigation of homicide. He was also instrumental in the formation of the regional crime information Center and served As its chairmen of the Board of advisor s from its inception in january 1967, until december 31, 1970. Within the next two years another concept of or. Cleveland a the Institute of forensic Medicine toxicology and criminal stick will be in existence primarily due to his efforts. Or. Cleveland is also Active in the District 13 crime control Council. Sponsored by the greater Cincinnati chamber of a j Commerce in cooperation coh fld full Zyl with the fraternal order of police associates and the Silverton receptive to proposal a to reduce waste collection costs pal. Davis is receiving recognition for his undercover drug invest gation which led eventually to multiple arrests on narcotics charges last Spring. He received the undercover assignment when he had Only been with the department two weeks. He was removed from any connection with the department grew a Beard let his hair grow Long and began to frequent the drug scene. He gradually gained acceptance made contacts and purchased drugs from suppliers in Eastern Hamilton county. When the investigation began to focus on Cincinnati District 6 assigned patrolman James Simon to work with Davis. Garry be named May a pleasant Ridge Quot attorney Timothy Garry is expected to be named to City Council when mayor Eugene p. Ruehlmann resigns his Council seat about april 6. The appointment will be made by the Hamilton county Republican executive committee and Garry is rumoured to have the inside track. Although Garry has never before run for political office he is no newcomer to politics having served on the Campaign committee for . Rep. William Keating. Garry is associated with the Keating mouthing and Klekamp Law firm. He is a consultant member of the air pollution control Board. During the past several years he has been Active in Community affairs. He is a member of the pleasant Ridge Community Council and chairman of the school Board at nativity school in pleasant Ridge. He has been a member of the nativity Church Parish Council. In addition Garry is also on the Board of directors for the friars. Club. A graduate of Xavier University in 1957, he received his Law degree at Western Reserve. He and his. Wife Susan and their six children live at 3320 Meredith pm pleasant i it Cincinnati citizens police association the awards have been Given annually since 1965. Doggone it special Williamson five in oni Quot plus two before you consider purchasing your five in one May we suggest our special Williamson �?o5-in-1-plus two a it s the famous five in one with two More plus features directed toward your total Home Comfort and a at no additional charge i Quot just another reason we have successfully served the Northeast area for 40 years. Also take advantage of current pricing on Centra air conditioning furnaces electronic air cleaners and humidifiers before the Price increase. For a custom engineered installation and service after the Sale Call us. Total environmental control is our business not just aside line Ray Wiliams inc. 791-7227 7813 Sycamore. Montg., Ohio 45242 Friend of Young and old retired Kenwood Man expert at bridging generation gaps if you have an Over Supply of pupa now a the time to advertise1 them with a Csini want and. Mrs. Thomas Patton did last week and found Good Homes for the five 4>ups the very first Day the and ran. Frankly she was surprised. Calls 30 or 40 came from every suburb of the City. For surprising results dial 731-7170, a dog gone Good number to know. Tops at Woodward miss Beverly Evert daughter of or. And mrs. Carl f. Evert 3163 Bollywood has been awarded a scholarship sponsored by the alumnae association of Edge Cliff College. A senior at Woodward High school miss Evert ranks highest in her class of 512 students is a member of the National Honor society has been Active in drama athletics and Art shows. She is a sunday school teacher. By Helen fix Caj Long of 6368 Euclid rd., Kenwood is an expert on bridging generation gaps. He a been doing it for the last three years of his retirement. The ebullient or. Long at 69, crosses successfully not Only one but two generations gaps and loves every minute of it. As recreation director at st. Theresa a Home for the aged in Silverton he volunteers his services to plan activities to make life More interesting for residents of the Home. As tour director of the athletic Council of the coca cola a bottling works. Co., he takes Young boys each year to the reds training Camp in Florida and to the bengals Camp in Wilmington. When needed he Pinch hits for the st. Vincent playground mothers and supervises the kids at recess time at the school. A fsr. Alice the school principal called and asked me if id sub when a playground Mother show up. Ill gladly fill in any Day in a what prompted Cal Long to leave the Lazy Carefree life of retirement and become so involved with people of All Ages Quot when i retired my dream for years had been to spend my time at my favorite sports fishing. I took out a years finances tight another trip to Florida awaits Claude Rost left president of the Chester Moreland advertising Agency and director of the coca cola athletic Council and Cal Long second from right tour director for the Council. Here they Are pictured with last year s Winner s of the contest to determine who visits the reds Spring training Camp. Rost and Long leave this week with this year s winners. Membership at a private Lake and fished for a solid year. You can have too much of a Good thing. I had been used to being Busy for so Long that fishing just Wasny to enough activity. I got the itch to do something More constructive a a he confided. For 30 years he had been a manufacturer s representative and operated his own business Cal Long and associates. His Job took him into four states. Prior to that he had been in the restaurant business and operated the Bob Jones restaurant on Vine st. Quot before my retirement a nun had suggested i talk to the head sister at st. Theresa a about working with the residents. I decided to look into the possibilities and found the Home had a great need for planned recreation to make life More meaningful for the residents. I offered to help continued on Page 3 Silverton Council is receptive to a proposition which would reduce its waste collection by an estimated 20 percent and result in a profit for the City. Charles Kline of Diamond National paper products in Lockland said the proposal if accepted would help satisfy his company a need for More newspapers and lighten the Load and Cost of waste disposal in Silverton. His proposition Calls for the separation of newspapers from garbage. He suggested the papers be1 collected once a month either by Silverton Quot a service department or his firm. Hie paper if delivered to the Lockland Plant would be purchased for an estimated $10 per ton although the Price fluctuates according to the Law of Supply and demand or if Diamond National collected the newspapers and paper the Purchase Price would Range from $6 to $8 per ton. Kline estimated that based on his conservative figures Silverton could realize a savings of $252.60 a Mouth or More than $3,000 a year. Silverton now hauls its garbage to the Maag dump in Morrow and has been notified that a Price increase from 50 cents to 65 cents a cubic Yard will soon go into effect. Kline stressed that one of the biggest jobs is educating thet Public to separating papers from other waste but that it can be done. He Quot pointed out the project has been in successful operation for two years in Madison. Wise. Diamond National is making similar proposals to st. Bernard Sharonville and Middletown. Kline said the company discouraged collection of magazines As the Fine Quality paper contains a High Clay Content which is not compatible with the manufacture of paper Board Diamond National s principal business. The firm manufactures 150,000 tons of paper Board a year and is having difficulty in obtaining enough paper for Council approves three variances denies three Montgomery City Council last wednesday night on hearings for sign variances granted three requests and denied three. The ordinance governing the size of signs was suggested in the master plan approximately 12 years ago according to councilman Carl Radtke at which time Montgomery was a Village. Business men Are limited to a sign of 100 Square feet but Are allowed up to 125 Square feet when granted permission by the planning commission. Any allowances Over 125 feet must be approved by Council. Those refused variances were the Western amp Southern life insurance co., Franklin Cadillac co., and Perkins Pancake and Steak House. Council voted unanimously against variances for the latter two firms but Only councilmen Jack Cisco and Paul Dupuy voted against the request of the insurance company. Councilman Donald Bruce was absent so the two votes against the variance were All that was needed for defeat. Mayor Robert Novak warned Council and residents in the audience that a curtailment in services might be in the offing if the City a financial Structure does not improve very soon. He did not want to be an alarmist he said hut Montgomery Mill Oali lumber company lumber and plywood Cut to size for Ping Pong Tablet basketball backboards train tables. A �?�09 Blue Asti re. A Ross Moyte 791-8122 like other cities cannot continue to operate on the same amount of income derived in 1967. Especially he added since the City a payroll is about 50 percent higher and the coat of lighting is up 90 percent. Novak added to his opening statement that he wanted new residents to know that Montgomery has an ordinance forbidding dog owners from allowing their canines to roam the streets without being on a Leash. Because of Many complaints from citizens pertaining to automobile owners parking their vehicles on the wrong Side of the Street the mayor has ordered the police to tag these violators. Novak issued an executive proclamation in which he named March 14 through March 20 As Montgomery business club membership drive week. He expressed a desire1 for All business men and. Residents of this new City to join the club. Cisco advised Council that his recreation committee has mailed out questionnaires about summer recreation activities and he urges All recipients to fill in the answers and return them. Council passed a Resolution supporting the Sycamore senior citizens Multi service Center. Hot numbers news retail ads. 531-0234 classified ads.731-7170 within your shopping area 791-5 804-561-6154-st 1 production. He also stressed the Papen would not have to be bundled but that wet paper was not usable. Mayor Richard Benken said the City was. Interested in Kline a proposal and would give the matter serious consideration. In other action Council denied the Rumor which Moses Levinstein said he had heard that 400 apartments were planned for Stewart re. In Silverton. No official had received any request for such a permit. Building commissioner Robert Shoemaker said there had been one inquiry about building an apartment South of the Sunico station hut not of this proportion. It was pointed out that there is no land in Silverton Large enough for such a project. Heard a report from mayor Benken that the census figures Are still being checked. There was a discrepancy Between the Federal census bureaus figures and Silverton s estimate of its own population. Heard a mayor Benken pay tribute to the late William Hinds for his dedicated service to Silverton. Hinds had been a member of the civil service commission and Benken said he would propose a successor at the next meeting. Approved the hiring of Paul Mcgreevy As playground superintendent this summer and referred request for pay raises for other personnel to committee concurred in the recommendation of the planning commission that the rezoning request of Wagner inc. On Alta ave. Be denied. Hie firm had requested rezoning from non conforming business to business. Approved the request for carry out liquor permit by King Kwik minit Market at 6800 Montgomery re. And agreed to Send representatives to the hearing in Columbus on its objections to issuing a do License to Tijuana Taco on Montgomery re. Accepts Bond bid Deer Park Council at a special meeting thursday accepted the Low bid of the . White co. On fire truck Bonds in the amount of $50,000. White bid three id. Three Quarter Quot percent interest and will pay a $29 premium.44 a heart in the right place is the tribute Given to people in the life Reading area by the american heart association. Heart sunday collections in our circulation area were up Over last year. Total collected last month was $9,179.47. Cindy Schweiger 13, of 7916 Jolain dr., Deer Park rates a a lifeline accolade. Cindy found a purse in a phone Booth recently and headed directly for the police station with it. Chief Nimersheim has commended Cindy a honesty. The purse owner May claim it at the police station. Or. Wayne c. Miller 5 4 5 5 Kenwood rd., associate professor of English at us is among 12 us faculty members who have received summer faculty research fellowships for 1971. His project it a the Irish Donald h. Swain 6548 fair wind dr., has been elected vice president of the Board of directors of the Carthage fair. William Kagler 7635 fair wind dr., is a Board members. Both were sworn by judge Robert Kraft at the annual meeting. Fred e. Martin has been named manager of the Blue Ash office of the first National Bank. He previously served in the Bank a customer service department at the main office and a assistant manager of the Norwood savings office. Martin replaces Paul Hilliard. Amberley administrator Amberley Village manager Hugh a. G Raff has announced the employment of . Labavitch As income tax administrator for the Village effective May 1,1971. An Ohio . A., Labavitch was a partner in the local accounting firm . Willog amp company for 20 years and for the past two years has been on the tax staff of touche Ross amp company National accounting firm. Miss Gilda Locore is also employed in the tax office As a clerk. Enter with key forceful entry was not necessary for the person who entered the Tiajuana Taco 6835 Montgomery recently. One Check and approximately $35 in Cash were taken by the thief who apparently had a key. Money stolen Blue Ash police reported a breaking and entering at Hagen advertising 11060 Kenwood rd., recently. No estimate was announced on the amount taken from Coin operated machines at the firm. Khz Council to protest decision at deadline time this week life Learned tha the Kennedy Heights Community Council was preparing to meet with City councilman Ralph Kohnen and his committee to protest f Urther the recent decision of the City planning commission permitting a 120-unit a p a it ment development on Woodford rd., East of Kennedy ave. The Khuc has prepared More petitions with additional signatures objecting because of the total Impact on the Community. Further details will be presented As they develop to life readers. Smi after Fly Bis thousands of Miles driving hundreds of Kilometres end walking an equal amount i came to this conclusion. There a no shopping like shopping at the Kenwood mall to find the variety. Of stores and merchandise we have All tucked under one roof you walk until your Bonos sink into your feet and your shoe size changes two lengths and three widths. A goths and three widths. A what does Spain have magnificent leather goods oust m be Shl Tito s and shoes that rarely fit american feet. Like thank goodness for Paule Lee Zobita manner s end bakery a where you always find what you want and thay Quot fit some of the clothing is Lovely to look at but they be never heard of Wash and Wear and who needs clothes you must Iron the food is inter Sung the soup delicious the Coffee the strongest in the world but there in t a la Rue hot dog in sight. Newspapers Ere written in Spanish of All things and you done to know what a going on b the world taxi Drivers should enter the Indianapolis Speedway and the Burros and Goat traffic during a Rush hours Quot worse than the Bridge traffic on Friday night pm it was fun exciting Beautiful and picturesque but. In still put my Kennedy half dollars on the Kenwood Man for shopping. There a nothing to compare with the Quality merchandise and right prices found right in our own Quot backyard. And that a yes Verda Quot it is True ulsjulajuulljuuulllllftajtxl.1� advertisement

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