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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - March 31, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohio Plato rival society 1982 Velma Ayo. Co Luabun Ohio 43211 a ii to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-6234 serving the communities of Blue a a Montgomery Amberley Village Indian High Madeira Plean t Ridge a Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Ken Wood Deer Park Rossmy new Dillon Vole Ridge mood Mark of circulation into bit Cincinnati Ohio wednesday March 31,1971 display aos and news classified ads. 531-0234 731-7170 vol. In no. 34 something s coming on will highlight the Best musical Talent of Madeira High school according to Charles w. Medert music supervisor and director of the show. The cast includes seniors on ladder top from left Paur Hayman Tom Rogers Scott Gruner Jeff Rahn Kevin Black right Side Herbie Ernsting standing from left Bruce Saun Judy Messerly Mark Caldwell Connie Bostwick and Bruce Hillman. The show. Will induce singing dancing and comedy skits and will highlight the stage band Mhz s newest musical organization. The show will be presented thursday Friday and saturday at 8 . Tickets May be obtained by calling mrs. Vern Johnson 893-4415. For multiple housing three areas unite to fight rezoning by Helen fix close to 100 people representing three different communities jammed Madeira Council chamber monday night to unite in a common cause the fight to oppose rezoning of a Large tract on Stewart de. In Columbia township to permit a 250-unit apartment townhouse Complex. Results of the meeting were 1 election of a chairman to head the group and appointment of a in Deer Park borrowing for improvements looms income tax hike favored in Survey committee to serve with him 2 a decision to hire Legal counsel to represent the group at the Public hearing before the Hamilton county commissioners 3 a commitment to Campaign for a Large attendance of rezoning opponents to attend the Public hearing and 4 monetary contributions to obtain Legal counsel. In explaining the background Albert John temporary chairman said the tract in question consists of Between 65 and 70 acres and is bounded on the West by Stewart rd., on the North by Cherokee dr., on the South by Whetzel and wind and the Eastern Edge of the property lies in Columbia township. Part of the tract is situated in Madeira. The land is owned by Stuart h. Jacobs of Indian Hill who proposes to develop it. John pointed out that Jacobs request for rezoning Riessinger shoe service shoe repair Quot none better my any where Dillonvale shopping Canter Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping arts 7t1-s�04-s6l-gi5-m1-�3 of the portion in Columbia township from residence a single family dwellings to do planned multiple dwellings had been recommended for denial by the Hamilton county regional planning commission and for approval by the Hamilton county Rural zoning commission. The next step will be s hearing before the Hamilton county commissioners who make the final decision. According to the state statute the commissioners would have to vote unanimously to deny the rezoning in order to overrule the zoning commission s recommendation. John said Jacobs had Ori Nally submitted a plan calling for 312 units but this number was reduced to 250 units. Two other groups who had recommended against the re zoning were the Madeira planning commission and the Cincinnati planning commission John said. The tract is surrounded on three sides by single family dwellings. Thus far no application has been made for rezoning of that portion of the land lying in Madeira John said. A number of Silverton residents were present and expressed concern since the area in question is served by the Cincinnati school District and Silverton elementary school in particular. John of Madeira was elected permanent co chairman and appointed continued on Page 10 my Quot a a new attraction at Park. The 45,500 la. Army tank obtained through the efforts of the Sycamore Park mothers club Sycamore Post 3744 vow american legion Post 630 and other civic organizations and individuals arrived Friday. Mothers club officers aboard the tank Are left to right mrs. Thomas Abt pres. Mrs. Louis Voelker Cor. See. Mrs. Ray Wilking rec. Sac. Mrs. Frank Mace vice pres. And Susan Voelker. Absent was mrs. Jerry Cain. Sycamore Park will open officially for the summer june 14. Nine months ensued Between first efforts to secure the tank and its arrival Money for its demilitarization was donated by the above organizations. In Sycamore site new h school among District needs some 125 Sycamore District residents turned out saturday morning to hear superintendent Edwin Greene discuss problems facing the District in finance and school buildings. Greene stated that the present operating rate of 27.41 Mills would be inadequate to fund the budget beyond this year. Also up for renewal in november will be 12.27 our insurance rates on motorcycles and trailer Homes deard0rff Agency 531-3444 2089 Sherman ave. Mills which currently generates 36 percent of the total monies for operating the schools. Added to this will be additional operating millage the amount yet to be determined. Figures presented show that Sycamore receives Only 18 percent of its total operating budget from state sources. Regardless of what the state does it is not Likely to Benefit Sycamore very much Greene stated since Sycamore is not a financially poor District by state standards. Charts were shown indicating that Mill Dali umber comp any lumber Sod plywood Cut to size for Ping Pong Tablet basketball backboards train tables. Gros Blue Ash re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 should you Sycamore currently has one of the lower school tax rates of districts in Hamilton county. Need for a new senior High school on a new site was discussed. The Board is currently negotiating for property on Deerfield rd., which could eventually be developed to House senior High classes. The present senior High would then be used for seventh and eighth Grade students. The present Middle school which now has sixth seventh and eighth grades would take Over fifth and sixth grades and present elementary schools would handle kindergarten through fourth grades. By constructing one new building Greene pointed out crowding at All Grade Levels could be eliminated and the increase in enrolment which is coming could be adequately absorbed. Sycamore covers 21 Square Miles and More than half of its area is still in a relatively undeveloped state. The total school enrolment of 4,150 this year could triple or quadruple depending on the Type of housing constructed in the District. To handle next years overcrowding at the senior High principal William Spreen showed How the new extended Day schedule would increase building utilization with Only limited disadvantages for pupils and staff. High school enrolment has been increasing by More than 10 percent a year in recent years and this procedure should carry the school until new quarters Are built. Property destroyed a Large plate Glass window at Toms meats 6940 Plainfield rd., Silverton was broken Friday when a piece of Concrete was thrown through it. Barring the switching of votes at the next two meetings Deer Park Council will borrow $15,000 to finance sidewalk and Street improvements in 1971. An ordinance authorizing borrowing the Money at 4w percent interest from the Southern Ohio Bank in anticipation of the issuance of Bonds was passed to the second Reading thursday night by a 4 to 3 vote. The three minority Council men William Kreiman Robert Ward and Leo Root qualified their dissenting vote by saying they were in favor of the program but against the method of funding. An attempt to pass the measure As an emergency was Defeated. Results of a Survey to determine residents opinions on raising additional Revenue for the City revealed that the majority Zavors increasing the income tax from 1 percent to 1.7 percent. Of 2500 flyers distributed 1167 have been returned thus far. The questionnaire offered three choices increase the income tax charging for garbage collection or an additional 2 Mill property tax. Returns show 717 favor the income tax increase 267 the garbage collection fee and 133 the increased property tax. The matter was referred to committee. President of Council Francis Healy said he was not surprised at the preference expressed but he was pleasantly surprised at the Large return of questionnaires. A pay raise for the police department of $500 for the year with $250 payable at once and the remaining $250 based on Merit was approved and will become exile kindergarten Quot for Kennedy students in a continuing Effort to a provide Quality integrated education in the Public schools three teachers supplemented by Volunteer Are conducting a kindergarten in exile for Kennedy. School children mrs. Earnestine Jackson school Pat president announced. Asked to leave the Public school Friday morning the children and teachers Are now meeting in the Kennedy Montgomery building offered by George Kalomeres on behalf of the Kennedy Heights business menus Assn. Morning and afternoon sessions Are being held. The children teachers and volunteers were asked to leave the school on the basis of the school boards Contention that the parents represent a private group and the building is Public property and because other areas might not be Able to afford a similar program. The program would also not be under control of the Board of education it was pointed out. An Effort to secure Federal funding for an experimental kindergarten program was officially denied by the state department of education which administers the funds. Injured in fall Nell Ritter 86, of st. Theresa Home Silverton was taken to jewish Hospital March 27 when she fell Down the Steps at the Home. She complained of Back pains. The Deer Park life squad made the run for Silverton squad. At Bethesda North Marie Willman 56, 7726 Eustic ct., was stricken with a possible heart attack March 28 and was taken to Bethesda North by the Deer Park life squad. Effective in 30 Days. The new maximums Are chief $9750 sergeant $9250 specialist $9,000 patrolmen recruit. $7600 after six months $7800 after one year $8000 after two years $8400 and after three years $8800. The ordinance also provides for overtime pay at an amount equal to the hourly rate and subject to approval of a Superior. At present patrolmen receive two hours pay for court appearances. By a 4 to 3 vote Council passed to the second Reading an ordinance granting a $250 annual raise to the safety sen Rice director bringing his salary to $10,250. The ordinance also provides for longevity of $10 for each year of service and pay for seven holidays. Councilman William Schoeny safety committee chairman who introduced the legislation voted with the Republican minority in approving the first Reading. Opposing it were councilmen Joseph Kamp Leo Leonard and Robert of Leary. In other action Council approved a pay raise effective immediately for clerks in the office of the safety service director and tax commissioner. The hourly rates will Range from $2.15 to $2.50 per hour. Accepted the working agreement with the Union representing the service department. Approved pay increase retroactive to Jan. 1, for the service department. The increase is 16 cents an hour for the next two years. New hourly maximums Are Foreman $3.21 skilled labor $2.96 truck a River $2.91 and labourer $2.81. Approved implementation of the Cincinnati Gas and electric co. Master lighting plan which Calls for replacement of 2500 Lumen lights with 7000 Lumen Mercury vapor lighting. Announced that the next Council meeting will be tuesday april 13, when youth in government night will be observed. Eye screening test scheduled april 2 Kennedy Heights Nursery school in cooperation with Delta Gamma alumnae is sponsoring an Eye screening for All four and five year old children april 2 in Kennedy Heights presbyterian Church Kennedy and solar Vista Between 9 and noon and 1 and 3 30 . The purpose of the screening is to detect symptoms of amblyopia commonly called a Lazy Eye a disorder. Last year several children with the symptoms were found. They Are now enjoying better vision As a result of the few minutes required for the test. Transportation in the Kennedy Heights area will be provided if needed. For further information Contact mrs. Charles Finney 731-8161 or mrs. Duane Holm 531-9048. Motorist cited Joseph k. Deranger 21, 1156 Becky ct., was cited Friday for reckless operation after his car went out of control and went off the opposite Side of Section rd., Amberley Village. According to police Deranger was travelling approximately 70 Miles per hour at the time of the crash. He sustained minor injuries and was taken by a patrolman to general Hospital where he was treated and released. Buying s Bike today in t As simple As it used to be. With Over 60 different models to choose from. 3-Speed gears. 5-Speed gears. 10-spead derail fears lightweights sting rays Middle weights. Choosing the right Bike becomes a Challenge. Select your new Bike from a Bike expert. And buy with Confidence. Every Schwinn is assembled adjusted serviced and ready to ride at no extra Cost. Safety first at vandalism reported the door at French House French Park was found and two windows broken sunday according to Amberley Village police. Marmer s features jumping jacks. E shopper s charge e m a s t e r charge b a n k am Ricard Quot we Servos what we sell Montgomery cycler 9672 Moit Gomory re. 793-3856 Quality bicycle expert repair service on. All makes pitted As perfectly As it can be Dona by safes Force dedicated to your child s shoe Comfort. O styles kids want o Quality momus demand o prices Oad appreciates my first Imnira savings amp loan Assn. 4539 m0imtgomery re. Norwood o. Quot 631 4246in of est. 1904� act 5% on regular savings 60 on certificates quarterly convenient parking open daily i . Mcville y president James f Disque soc Tetty in inc mum a to Fiock a even if feb Worrow is april pools Oey we w done to fool around at the Kenwood mall we a got All kinds of Honl natl or. . Bunny the cutest Bunny you be even seen will set up Headquarters under an easter egg tree at 10 a.m., this saturday. Bring your Camara the colors and setting will Maka a picture for grandma and grandpa to Ohhi and a huh Over the rest of the year. And or Bunny will have a free a treat for the youngsters. Bring dad and big brother along there a 1 a treat for them tool two antique car replicas a French taxi 1 and a 1 s11 Cadillac on display april 2 thru 7. While you re there take a minute to order your easter a Flowers from Dorl a Fern they wire them anywhere you know. And if easter Candy is on your gift list barrel Clyl will i Send it for you. A a All easter gift givers should Brouse around Spencer gifts. A a they have everything from the Sublime to the ridiculous. A a you la find just what you be been looking for see lots of things to make you laugh and hear people giggling All Over the your salespeople Are always courteous. That a Why we be been custom with your a banker a at your soda and while he a still laughing dash into Martins town a country and try a a that outfit you be been dying to buy. If that does t a Fly Quot. To Reg is

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