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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - March 27, 1974, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohio historical society 1932 Velma ave. A Columbus Ohio 43211 a ii to Piare a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 a a a a a a cd Cuvir it a i the oui unite us Blue Ash Montgo Ymeri a a Berry Village Indian a Madeira Para Sun Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Sib Eriann Kenwyn a Fleer pork ros Moyne i Tami ale Ridge to id Mark or Clr Culatto integrity vol. Xiii no. 35 Cincinnati Ohio. Wednesday March 27, 1974 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 annexation Likely for Sycamore school site children will be the focus of programs planned by the Hamilton county Public Library during the childrens Library festival during the month of april. The main Library and branches will feature books films storytelling puppet shows Tours and displays. Puppeteer Carolyn Schmidt 6167 it Tulane dr., above will give a free performance at the pleasant Ridge Branch Library thursday april 11, 4 . A similar performance will be Given at the Sycamore Branch Friday april 19, 7 30 . By mrs. Janet Wolfer 5431 Kenwood re. Both performers Are members of the greater Cincinnati area puppetry Guild. Tickets for the shows can be picked up at the Branch libraries. By county inspector by Carol Pucci the new Sycamore High school property on Cornell re. In Sycamore township will probably remain a part of Sycamore township superintendent Edwin Greene save. The school Board approached both Montgomery and Blue Ash by letter about three weeks ago requesting that each municipality consider annexing the school property to insure better police Protection when doors open in september. But now the Board has changed its mind. A they the township trustees were a Little bit off ended that we expressed the desire to be annexed and 1 guess we should have understood the politics of the thing enough to know that they would be offended Quot Greene said. Quot they have increased their police Protection a lot and have assured us that they can take care erf our needs. We done to intend to Wiwie won of push it9&Quot superintendent says push it any further. If they can do what they say they can do the Board is not going to become involved in a political Greene said the Board approached the two municipal 1.ities about annexation As a natural course of action since All other schools in the District Are in incorporated areas and police Protection at those schools has been Good. Quot a working relationship grows Between the school administration and the police Force a Greene said. Both Montgomery mid Blue Ash City officials my neither of their councils arrived at any decision on the annexation request. A really i Don t think Council has formed any Opi nion on it yet Quot Blue Ash Lou or i Man Chan Eason said. A the advantages would be of course that those people who work at the High school would pay our earnings tax. The disadvantage would be the added services to the High school particularly police and fire Sycamore township contracts for its own police Protection in addition to the coverage every unincorporated area gets from the Hamilton county sheriffs patrol. One Cruiser patrols the township exclusively round the clock and another will be added to run an eight hour shift in May. The sheriffs patrol has also offered to Supply the new Sycamore High school of schools working together. Ridge report soy. Page 3. Montgomery and its dog Warden editorial Page 2. Madeira City officials oppose apartments in Columbia township Page 4. Services held for police chiefs wife. Church news Page 6. Javits neglects clergy pensions Kinsolving Page in. High Point clean up Effort praised Hamilton county building inspector will be in High Point this week to make follow up inspections on 58 orders for clean up of junked cars and debris issued by the department february 27. Assistant to the building commissioner Mylo Henke called cooperation from High Point residents a wonderful and a it surprised me a he said. A a they re for it. They really want to get the place Henke said oat of 58 letters sent to property owners ordering them to remove,.unl.lcen.sed cars and debris in Yards 49 persons replied that they would cooperate. Property owners were Given 16 Days to comply. A we set a pretty close compliance Date purposely to tighten up on things out there a Henke said. Henke credited the newly formed High Point civic association for creating interest among residents who want to clean up their neighbourhood. A now that they have a civic association that is interested i think the people will begin to pull together. Feel very Good about the attitude. And from what five heard about the new president de Shelton. I think he a very acceptable to the people and i feel he the Type of Guy who will follow Henke said the violations cited by his department so far have been zoning violations. The orders for clean up resulted from inspections made by his department following reports on the area which appeared in suburban life in september and october. During april and May. Inspectors Wil concentrate on possible structural violations such As unsafe Steps doorways and roofs Henke said. Polk run sewers Sycamore township Legal counsel Ken Schneider told trustees last wednesday that four of nine parcels of land needed for the Polk run sewer trunk line have been acquired. Schneider said Sale of a fifth is being negotiated. Suit has been filed to acquire turn More parcels and suits Are being prepared to acquire two More he said. The metropolitan sewer District has promised to give first priority to the trunk line leading to High. Point once All needed property acquired. High Point Park trustees Are asking Hamilton county regional planning commission to make a recommendation effective May 1 Truesdell named Amberley chief it. Joseph Truesdell an Amberley Village policeman for 17 years monday was confirmed by Council As chief of police. His appointment becomes effective May 1. It. Truesdell replaces chief William Krueger who retires May 1 and will become executive director of the Hamilton county juvenile court. A i think its every Law enforcement officers dream to someday become a chief of police and 1 think its one of the greatest honors that could be bestowed on me Quot Truesdell said. He has been with the a Amberley Village police department since 1956. He was appointed a sergeant in 1960 and attained the rank of lieutenant in 1967. Truesdell received a certificate of commendation for outstanding performance in the Village in 1969 and in 1970 received the police appreciation award from the greater Cincinnati chamber of Commerce for crime investigation. While serving As an Amberley Village policeman he has been responsible for care and maintenance of the police pistol Range and equip Joseph Truesdell. 17-year Veteran ment the court attendance record operation of breathalyzer equipment and organization of a yearly work and vacation schedule. Truesdell. Who lives at 4155 Kugler Mill re. With his wife and four children says he plans no drastic changes when he takes Over As chief. �?o1 think we have one of the finest departments in Hamilton county. My goal is lev continue this kind of service to the Village. A i worked under the present chief for 1.7 and a Naif years. So its a great Honor and i have quite some shoes to Truesdell competed against three other lieutenants in the department for the position. A i think that makes it More of an Honor Quot he said. A there s no doubt that any one of us would be qualified to be a chief anywhere in Hamilton Truesdell is a member of the Eastern Hamilton county f.o.p., the Hamilton county police association the Ohio state fireman a association the International Rescue and first Aid association and an Active member of the Deer Park fire department and life squad. Truesdelle a new position also includes responsibility for the Amberley Village fire department which is made up of the villages 15 policemen. Deadlines deadline for All Church school and club news is Friday noon for the following wednesdays paper. Deadline for All other news is monday at noon. Next week ii reds offer free tickets Here we go again baseball fans the seventh annual a sol reds free baseball tickets promotion for readers of this newspaper begins next week in conjunction with opening Day 1974. As in past years five sets of Box seats compliments of the Cincinnati reds will be awarded persons whose name appears in a special Banner in our classified and Section. Tickets must be claimed by calling Csini classified department 731-7170 before 10 . Friday of each week. Unclaimed tickets will be awarded by drawing to person who Send us a postcard with their name address and phone number. The promotion continues each week throughout the baseball season. Names of the first five winners will appear next week. But now is the time to Send in postcards for any unclaimed tickets. Csini publications include the Eastern Hills journal Northeast suburban life. Hilltop news Norwood Enterprise and Millcreek Valley news. For the development of a Small Park in High Point now located on 1st ave. Trustees also say they will Contact the Hamilton county building inspector concerning a Stream that is being blocked by debris at the diversified products property 1st ave. At their meeting wednesday trustees directed the clerk to congratulate the new High Point civic association president Charles de Helton 11937 3rd st. He was elected to replace the Rev. Roy Tincher who resigned the Post. Two Blue Ash residents arrested two Blue Ash residents were arrested by Montgomery police and charged i a Hall cinc Day. Charged wre Coy Southerland 18. 4271 Cooper re. And Pat Gentry. 18, 9489 Conklin. Ave. Police confiscated a bag of marijuana. By with Possession of Luci Nogen last Satur store vandalized in Montgomery Montgomery police said the Kroger superstore under construction at the Montgomery Square shopping Center was vandalized Over the weekend and Wall were damaged and rope was taken. In Madeira with a school resource1 officer. Programs on drugs and Safe driving Are also offered to schools by the sheriff s patrol. Inside and people dog Warden is Friend to pets by Jirol Pucci Dave Harvey tikes dogs. And cats and bees and turtles and fish. Its his love for animals rather than some hidden desire a to Collar and Cage anything with four legs that has made him a successful dog Warden in the City erf Montgomery. At least that s the Way he feels about it. % i a my and a Dir maker at Fisher body in. Fairfield who a Herr studied to be a veterinarian Harvey quirk 1% brushes a it de the image the in Piral do Catcher net in band ready not cart innocent Hawse pet off to the Pound. A if you consult the dictionary you will find that a dog Catcher is one who is hired to capture stray dogs and that Only Quot he Points out. A a dog Warden suggests a. Different connotation. In fact trapping dogs and hauling them off to the to cages in the Montgomery service department building is a minor part of the Job to Dave Harvey. He sees himself rather As an educator and spends much of his time telling dog owners that Montgomery ordinances require dogs to be on leashes and that state Law requires Ribeir pets to be licensed. A my Job is about 79 percent people and 39 percent a matter a of pleasantly bringing Forth people s willing it new to comply with existing ordinances. It Isnit anything that a an be rammed Down Anebo Dvo a Harvey divides the two to three hours a Day he spends on the Job Between answering complaints that come into the City building and patrolling the City 37 Miles of streets with a trailer attached to his car. There a no mistaking the dog Warden in Montgomery. Harvey s yellow trailer announces the fact in Large Black letters. A i like the warm feeling i get. When i drive Down the Street and people wave at me instead of he says. A i try to maintain Good Community relations and play Down the image of dog Catcher. In be gotten to know a lot of people and a lot of if liar icy comes upon a stray dog while he is on patrol he will usually ask around and try to find the owner before hauling it away in his yellow trailer. And if the dog has a License the Job is All the easier. A a there a a Rumor going around that if your dog is picked up by the dog Warden there san immediate $50 Fine Quot Harvey says. Its causing people to either not License their dogs because they re afraid of their identity becoming my 00g Ward. City of a Montgomery Are com it Peoria a he says. If a dog is impounded Harvey keeps the animal m Montgomery for 10 Days before taking it to the Dave Harvey a yellow dog Wagon gets a lot of laughs a specially from neighbourhood children whom he has come to know during his daily rounds. Harvey who Pride himself on Braj a Friendly dog Warden says he likes people dogs and known if the dog is caught or worse yet prevents owners of lost dogs from calling the City to see if their dog has been picked up. Montgomery ordinance does provide for a $50 Fine if violations occur but Harvey believes in. Warnings. A a there a no provision for first warning but As a matter of personal prerogative. 1 can give a first or even and second or third and be usually does. So far he has Only issued two citations and the Fine for one of those was remitted. A i think that san indication that Pound Days 1m Spca. _ there is a $4 a Day Board charge which in hardship cases is reduced to a Flat $10. Catching the dogs usually proposes no problem. Harvey uses his hands a you be got to know How to grab a Ems or As a last resort he might use a noose like rope or a trap. says he brags about his Strong thumb. Mrs. Harvey is also an animal Lover and although she is not included on the payroll a a she a been known to walk a dog or two while the Harvey save. Besides looking after 150 colonies of bees Harvey is a Hamilton county api Arist Bee inspector in Layman s language a and he Ana his wife produce Harvey a hone the Harvey also have two dogs two inside Cate an assortment of outside Cate fish and turtles. I have Little compassion for people who let i heir animal run Loose. Its just too dangerous. There s All kind of dog nappers and people who like to. Poison animals a Harvey says. A anybody who wants to see Why Montgomery needs a dog Warden needs to take a tour through the Spca. It la tear your heart strings so far Montgomery has no real problem with stray dogs Harvey a says. His Job is to keep it that Way. A i find it s the people who Are the biggest offenders who criticize the dog his wife says. A the people who take care of their dogs appreciate Harvey gets paid $45 a week for his efforts. He works seven Days a week. Does he think his Job is necessary a when you own a $60.000 House you done to want dog excrement in your Yard or a pack of dogs running around he also Points out that a Warden on Call Means one less p officer dispatched to answer mrs. Jones complaints. �?�11 there a anything that has bothered me about this Job and there a not much its the feeling that there Are some people who feel we re not their Friend and Are not Here to help them.,.we want people to feel free to Call up the dog Warden. A dog found and locked up does not mean a $50 special mass for Jubil Arians police the Rev. Joseph l. Ber Nardin. Archbishop of Cincinnati wifi Honor couples celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary this year dog Catcher May solve problem hiring a dog Catcher is one Way Madeira might solve its recurring problem with stray dogs Counci 1 m e n Art Smith suggested to Council mar. 18. Smiths comments were prompted by a letter from James West a resident who wrote City manager George babe concerning action the City could take against dogs running Loose. A i done to think its a policeman a Job to track a Down dogs especially in the summertime when he should be out stopping burglaries a Smith said. City manager babe said police Are now equipped with Lasso Sticks and Are considering carrying Tran qui Lizer guns to combat the. Problem. Babe said he will also investigate the possibility of Quot hiring a dog Catcher. Flood insurance Council decided to delay action on a Resolution that would authorize the City manager for the National flood insurance program. Council men said they would hold action until the next meeting to find out answers to questions that were brought up about the program. If the City applies and is declared eligible any resident could apply for the insurance. However babe said in his opinion not Many areas of the City a would be considered flood hazards according to the programs stipulations. A in my mind the Only area in Madeira that might he eligible would be the area along Sycamore Creek and that would be stretching it. I feel the flooding problems we have Here Are Man made and not acts of babe said Many of the City s problems Are the result of grading and construction. With a mass and reception at st. Peter in chains Cathedral on saturday Mav 4, at 2 . Each couple will receive a scroll and commemorative Booklet with messages from archbishop Karl j. Alter retired archbishop Joseph l. Bernard in. Gotta be Quick Wien you see a meting Csini you want classified. In off done to put calling. Mrs. Phil a Valley had to disappoint a number of persons who wanted the w Mustang she advertised since she sold it to the first person who called. Csini moves merchandise. And fast 731-7170

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