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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - March 11, 1981, Cincinnati, OhioLife Ohio historical society 19s3 Velma ave Columbus Ohio 45211 a to a Uuk rate a is. Postage paid Cincinnati Ohio put Jiniv no. 9si0to place a classified and Call 731-7170 by 3 00 pm monday display advertising amp news Call 531-0234 paper delivery Call 731-4200 cinch nna r i st Witban newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Quot Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne a diva Vale Ridgewood Mark of Csc Suwon met Firth vol. Xxx no. 32 20c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday mar. 11, 1981 4415 Montgomery re proposed changes on june 2 ballot Montgomery charter up to voter Exchange club picks Lally Deer perk police chief Don Lolly Center displays plaque recognizing his selection As a patrolman of the year Quot by the Exchange club of Northeast Cincinnati. Others in photo Are Harry Jahnigen left program chairman and Harold Verbarg club president. By Call Jordan Montgomery voters will be deciding june 2 on charter changes that represent a major shift in government for the City which has grown nearly 80 percent in the last 10 years according to census figures. City Council approved an ordinance placing the changes on the primary ballot at its meeting March 4. Because of the March 19 filing Date Council approved the legislation As an emergency measure. If approved by voters Montgomery will shift gears from a Strong mayor to a Council my Nager government by nov. 29 when new coun cil members would take their seats other major changes to be decided include a enlarging City Council from five to seven members on of whom would be the Council members would serve four year st it Jered terms. A the mayor would be the presiding officer of Council and would be chosen by Council similar to the Structure in Cincinnati and neighbouring Blue Ash a a planning commission would be enlarged from five to severe members who would serve four year staggered terms. One member would be the City manager. A in addition the Struc Ture and duties of City commissions such As the Board of zoning appeals and Parks and recreation commission Are included in the charter. Last year Council named a citizen Board to suggest changes in the 10-year-old charter. That commission submitted its report last november. Since then Council embers and a Tomies for the City have been meeting to revise the recommendations into final form. In other action Council a Learned that inflation and Oil Price increases have taken their toll causing bids for equipment and supplies to be higher than anticipated. Council accepted the bid of $2 ,700 from service Supply for a line Painter and $12,772 for a dump Fugett and Gruber state champs truck although the bids were roughly 30 percent More than allowed in the budget. Service director Leo Kra up said although the City needs a pickup truck his department will try to make do for another year. Council also accepted the bid of $42,879 from Barrett paving for Asphalt for planned improvements on Cooper and Montgomery roads prices on Asphalt an Oil derivative have increased markedly within the past six months. The Barrett bid however was described As much less than theother bid. And under administration estimates although $1.7,000 Over a budget. A gave final approval to three ordinances adding several sections of the state criminal code to the City code to allow those cases to be heard in mayors court. The sections added included passing bad checks of a strutting a police Quot officer failure to report a crime and use of fireworks. A approved to. A third and final Reading next month an ordinance revising the City s false alarm ordinance. A Learned that administrative assistant Phillip Herrick will serve As acting service director after March 15 when the resignation of Krapp becomes effective. The City is looking for a replacement for Krafft who has been in. The position Fot More than two years. By les Wilson Kim Fugett of Sycamore and Mike Gruber of Indian Hill reign As state champions today after both won the one meter diving titles in the Ohio state swimming and diving championship meet at Canton ssh med i .111�w f several other local swimmers earned High finishes and Sycamore s girls finished third in the a state behind Worthington s 144 and Gate Mills Hawkens 92, with 85 Points. Ursuline was 10th and Indian Hill -1.1th., Moeller was eighth in the boys meet. Three local wrestlers grappled their Way into the state championship meet this weekend in st. John area on the Ohio state Campus but the last remaining Cage teams bit the dust. Fugett was an easy Winner off the one meter Board in Canton. After the judges flashed their cards Kim had compile a whopping total of 466.65 Points to just 437.60 for second place Mary Hammerer of Trenton Edge Wood. Tammy Jones of ursuline was fifth with 400.25 Points. Barb Cammerer of ursuline was Quot fourth in Ohio in the 100-Yard backstroke and Susy Wingo of Sycamore was seventh. Debbie Miller of Sycamore finished sixth in the 100-Yard breaststroke with teammate Teresa Rupers 10th and Sycamore s 400-Yard freestyle relay team finished seventh in the state. In the boys meet. Mike Gruber rolled up 505.70 to bring Home the state Crown in the one i meter diving event. Rich Erlich of Sycamore finished fifth in Ohio in the 100 Butterfly Paul Franer of Moeller was ninth in the 100 Back and sycamores franchise violations Madeira Levels charges against Warner amex by Barbara Casson Madeira City Council has charged Warner amex Cable communications inc. With seven violations of its franchise agreement with the City. At its March 2 meeting the Council warned the firm that it will Call $125,000 in performance and construction Bonds if the agreed upon april 15 completion Date for City wide Cable television installation is not kept. The franchise also will be considered in default. A we appreciate and understand the concern on the part of the City of Madeira a reported Charles Winner manager of municipal relations for Warner Cable March 9. A but we have every intention of completing construction of the Cable system in Madeira by the agreed upon by then Warner will be ready to install Cable systems within citizens Homes in Madeira Winner said. A in fact we Hope to install a few before then a he noted. At its feb. 16 meeting Council agreed to waive default on the firm for not having performance Bonds and liability insurance As agreed upon 10 Days after signing a contract with the City last May. But City manager Harry Price told the Council that upon further review of the agreement he and City solicitor Daniel Randolph had discovered six More violations of the agreement. The violations Are a the performance Bond was due on june 1, 1980 and was not received until approximately Jan. 10. 1981. A a Complete schedule of subscribers fees and rates has not been submitted. A All permits and authorizations were to be completed within 60 Days of the signing of the agreement. Price said Warner amex still did not have a continued on Page 4 Baptist Church reopens with weekend services the 900 people who comprise the congregation of mount Carmel Baptist Church gathered last weekend for the first services at the Church since a costly fire feb. 9, 198p. The Blaze which broke out 45 minutes after a wedding held at the Church rendered the Structure at 8645 Kenwood re. Unusable. But the mount Carmel congregation and its pastor the Rev. J. Joseph Crum pier never missed a service. Church services the Day after the fire were held at neighbouring Kenwood Baptist Church. Thereafter it was arranged for the mount Carmel congregation to meet each week at Deer Park High school., Blue Ash Baptist Church meanwhile Lent facilities for a Day care program to mount Carmel worshippers. An evening service March 6 marked the re a amp it hours mon a n00n-� paid Nab Quot by. Cml udo Ockard a e net Rcpt note cargo Fri Oso 4�omj 5u 5m oots turn of the congregation to the restored Kenwood Road Church. Deer Park schools superintendent Louis Manning Kenwood Baptist Church pastor the Rev. Richard Lyon and Blue Ash Baptist Church officials were honoured Over the weekend for their roles in helping the Church survive. Mount Carmel Baptist Church was founded in 1882. The Kenwood Road building was constructed in 1962 following a 1400,000 fundraising drive. My 111 i m t539 a a too ltd to 0��os a a 9ci� so a a ltd a i. A. Gold Silver coins i Sterling we buy Cash payment. Ted s Market at 0c Cumie of Forest Amo Williams Avi. In Norwood 6312112 Oki j bats Lam Llam 400-Yard free relay team was 11th. Two Cincinnati country Day wrestlers finished second in the District class a meet at Dayton. George Callard dropped the 119-Pound title to Jeff Mcclure of West Liberty a sat a on a 5-2 decision and malt farming was second after being pinned in the title match by Jim. Fedders of Middletown Fenwick at 175 pounds. Unfortunately Only the winners in class a Advance to the state meet. In the other classes the four top grapplers earn a trip to Columbus for a shot at a state title. Rick Magliano of Moeller was second at 132 pounds defaulting to Dan Neyer of la Salle in the championship match. Tony Mitchell of Sycamore was third at 167 pounds winning the Consolation championship Rob Herth of Oak Hills 9-7 and Doug Winkler was fourth losing a Consolation championship match to Kevin Allen of Northwest in the heavyweight division. Coach Bob vel tends Sycamore aviators battled All the Way to the class aaa Oxford sectional semifinals before bowing to Hamiltons undefeated big Blue Quot now ranked As Ohio a no. 2 team. The awesome big blues led by All state Forward Greg Stokes who scored 23 Points led 19-10 after a Quarter and pulled out of read a 48-22 by halftime. In route to the 81-45 Triumph. Eric Lein Inger led Sycamore with 11 Points and Dan Koch and Mark Phelps had 8 apiece. Seven Hills was eliminated from class a Competition by Williamsburg 78-59. Gary Bassett poured through 20 Points during the loss while Scott Comisar notched 14, Jamie Flaig 11, Chuck Miller 10 and Warren Anderson 8. Cincinnati country Days girls scored Over new Miami 54-47 in a mild upset with Tia Robertson and Leslie neb Lett both belting in 16 Points and Nina Henderson adding 10. But the cd girls were eliminated by Georgetown 43-33 although Robertson had another _ 19 Points. Neblett and Pam Wagner were hampered by illness and injuries. Dance o the Irish ready to perform at area nursing Homes and at special a Irish night presentations Are local members from left hibernian dancers Erin rider Mia Budai Christine Carey Michelle Lynskey Cathy Ungruhn and Kathy Moeller. They will be dancing at Kenwood country club Bishop Fenwick k of a Drake Hospital East Galbraith nursing Home Shillito s town Hall for the greater Cincinnati nutrition Council and in the st. Patrick s Day Parade March 15. Sure and Rego Ralu Ruth did. Ruth Schira that is. The Long time user of Csini classified ads once again filled her quota of youngsters sought As a 6a6ysiffer in her Home with a Low Cost want and in this newspaper. And when Ruth has a household item to sell she advertises in our instant action columns. She knows Shell get rest is. That s reassuring to As and it should be for you. Csini classifieds get the Job done sure and Regorrah they do 731-7170. Police vacancy triggers dispute by Paul Clark controversy Over a vacancy in the Silverton police dept surfaced at the City s March 5 coun. Eil meeting igniting a Brief but heated Exchange of words Between two Council members. entered on a proposal to hire a minority applicant for the Job. The Flap began after Arthur Hackett head of the police fire and traffic committee had spoken on behalf of the affirmative action policy. Fellow councilman John doll then warned with a rising voice that a a you re going to have a lawsuit on your hands if you Don t hire the Man with the Hackett irate responded that he did no to a care whether a suit resulted., adding that a no one Here has Ever worried about any kind of lawsuit the area of discussion ended there. Hackett however later apologized to Council for what he called his saying he had been motivated by a Strong feelings about the Issue. Designed to provide greater racial and sexual balance within the department the plan in question Calls for compiling two lists of applicants a White male Quot or a other Quot status. The mayor As appointing authority retains the option of hiring from the top of either list. The policy is similar to the one now used by the City of Cincinnati. No one disputed Hack Etta a observation that the Silverton police dept exhibits an imbalance. Councilman Thomas Clinton Hackett a Mcelwee amp me al wee attorneys at Law John l me twee Mary h Mcelwee 984-1811 a domes in relations a personal injury a bankruptcy a wills 9050 Plauf widget. Near Cross county Hwy Eves amp sat by appointment r 1 i u 2 Luide Eye i Nutry system same a 1 Day a w at York s lab outlet they win 2 make your glasses in one Day. C or in some cases an hour on i most prescriptions they re a located across from meter s i of winery in Silverton Yor cd w x optometrist v �6924 Plainfield re 891-2020 i Call today for a complimentary id obligation consultation Call today tri county 230 Northland Bird suite 210 772-0011 predecessor on the committee asked whether the City is being adequately protected while the position remains vacant. Police chief Kenneth Dye assured Council that it is through the use of overtime which the chief noted has stayed within the department budget. In an emergency he added police from surround Quot ing communities remain available. Council then referred the plan Back to the police fire and traffic committee for further discussion 1 i i i i i s i i i i i i i i i i i .1 Debbie Reiber of Ini inn yt1 i.oses31 . With vue my is loss Protik it la i went from it size 13 pants to a size 7-8�?T find 1 lost 31 lbs. And 28 inches in just 12 weeks and 1 feel absolutely great Quot. 1 have tried every possible diet amp Nutry system is definitely the safest most effective diet and the Best part is 1 know in be thin it

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