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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - November 10, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohio historic al society 1982 Velma ave Columbus Ohio 43211 i r to place a classified and dial 7317170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 serving the communities of Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillon afew Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio wednesday november 10,1971 of set a my and news classified aos. S3 1 -0234 731-7170 vol. X no 15 from new York Force Blue Ash names acting chief by Carol Pucci it. Allen l. Griffin 22-year Veteran of the Nassau county police department new York has been appointed acting police chief for the City of Blue Ash. He will assume duties dec. 6. City manager Wilson announced the appointment to suburban life thursday afternoon noting that Griffin will serve As acting chief until a decision is reached in the Appeal suburban election results of former chief Ralph Conlon who was fired Over a year ago by former City manager Walter Mardis. If Conlon is successful in his Appeal to be reinstated Griffin will be relieved and Conlon will assume duties of chief after a customary probation period. If Conlon loses the Appeal Griffin will be appointed chief. A a Ali. Griffin has the capability to pull together a department that has been laced with strife. He seems to be a very personable Man and fits the standards i would like to see in a Good police chief a Wilson said in making the appointment. Wilson noted that he has. Been anxious to appoint a chief Ever since Conlon was relieved because he Felt an appointment would be lit toe Best interests of. The Day and police department. A court injunction previously prevented. Wilson from scheduling examinations for the position of chief and was later modified to allow the manager to appoint an acting chief. Griffin 46, is a native of Wantagh new York and has attended Nassau Community College and the Delchanty Institute where he took courses in police science. He joined the Nassau Force in 1949 and is now eligible for retirement in the department which ranks seventh largest in the nation. A Alt. Griffin has exceptional qualities of leadership having controlled Many Large groups of persons at civil disorders and under most trying situations a said Griffin a commanding officer Harold e. Looney. A the has the unique Quality of being Able to convince individuals to be reasonable and Law abiding rather than resorting to violence to achieve their desired goals. It. Griffin can readily adjust to any circumstance and possesses the qualities essential. In Community relations a Looney stated. A i would further state that it. Griffin is a Man of impeccable honesty and integrity who would be a credit to any City who would select him to be its chief. I would safely say that a department with Griffin As chief would be Safe of scandal and suburban election results show Little change in representation for the most part with the exception of the City of Deer Park which elected a new mayor and Defeated a tax increase and school Levy. Results Are Deer Park mayor William Kleiman or. R president of Council Jack Bauer r auditor Donald Rohdenburg r Allen l. Griffin Griffin placed among the top to a a contender in the civil service examinations the other two men being from the Nassau department and a. Department in Illinois. Solicitor John Dumbacher r Council men at Large George Horn Djoseph Kamp d and g. A. Niehaus r members of Council Robert of Leary dwar d 1 Earl Laycock award 2 William Schoeny Dward 3 and Leo Root or. Award 4. Blue. Ash councilman at Large Paul Mckinney r and Harold Korbee r members of Council Charles Proctor award. 1 Robert Emery award 2 Leonard Ingram Dand Joseph Miller r Ward 3 Jack Redwine award 4 and it Richard Huddleston award 6. Indian Hill Andrew Hauck William Kite Robert Krehbiel jr., James Orr David Reid c. Arden Smith and Leonard Smith iii. Montgomery Robert Novak incumbent mayor member of Council Donald Bruce. Silverton incumbent Richard Benken r mayor an entire Republican slate elected with the exception of clerk. Bernard Pohlman cd and incumbent Council member John doll d. Treasurer is William Kugh r. Other members of Council we Thomas Clinton Rjoseph Fariello Rrichard Simons Rpaul Steman r and Jack Young r. Amberley Village Council men at Large Arthur Adler and Walter Meyer. Members of Council continued on Page 6 prize winning pumpkin Jeff Mandell son of or. And mrs. Kenneth Mandell 8570 Lynn Haven dr., Amber Ley Village won the first Price of $50 for his pumpkin entry on Fountain Square halloween in it the pumpkin we grown on s farm in Kentucky and weighed 125 pounds. For the hat and nose he used gourds a combination of potatoes and Squash for the eyes Squash for the ears and Sweet potatoes for the Mouth. A fourth Grade student at Holmes school Dillonvale his teachers Are mrs. Carol Moore and miss Kathy o Toole. The contest was sponsored by pm radio station web. Groundbreaking set for Community Center the Sycamore Deer Park Jaycees will hold ground breaking ceremonies for the sycamore1 Deer Park Community Center sunday nov. 14 at 3 . Behind Howard school in Chamberlin Park. The Public is invited to attend. The ceremony will be highlighted by the actual groundbreaking and the presentation of checks to toe following groups youth in Montgomery councilman advocates open caucus meetings by Marshall Baldwin caucus meetings Are held by City councils to discuss problems of the City and seek ways of solving them. These meetings Are open Only to the councilmen but councilman Todd Hunter of Montgomery wants this changed he told his cohorts at their november meeting wednesday. Hunter wants residents of Montgomery to learn the Way decisions Are reached before they come before the Public at a regular session of Counci. A some problems and embarrassment might arise from such meetings a said Hunter a but the working Public has a right to hear the True feelings their councilmen have on All Hunter suggested that caucus meetings be held in Council Chambers to make room for a Large audience. Since b e c o m i n g a councilman Hunter asserted that he has kept secret All that prevails at their caucus Johnny Bench to shirts $2 Vatu 4000 sold at $1 specials 46�?~ with a shoe Purchase women s dress sport and walking shoes orig. $9 to $23 chi Loren a amp women s uni Royal a sprint Quot sneakers orig. $3 men s amp women s Bowling shoes orig. $9-$ 10 2 6 menus dress sport amp casual shoes orig. 13 to 23 children a play school amp party shoes orig. 9 to 15 746 to 12.44 9 5 46 to 14.46 46 to 7.46 Kenwood Malli meetings. He admitted that some of his decisions might not have been. In. Agreement with Many. Of his constituents and they never Learned of them but said Hunter a i believe they had toe right to hear them Hunter continued a the Public attending regular Council meetings hear Only the finished product. Any argument for or against an Issue is held to a minimum at regular other Council members did not comment on. Hunters suggestion but he said following Council meeting that he will continue to work for this open caucus so voters will know More about the person they voted for As their Council representative. A petition hearing names of Story Book acres residents requested Stop signs be placed at hazardous is. In. Their subdivision. Councilman Carl Radtke Quot foods. Natural vitamins. Organic fert Lizan fart ral. Hot 9 to a Tutu it a Sun. 1 to s Mcdonald s �?�98b Kenwood re. Atrium Nnami creat restaurant n announced that Council at their december meeting will discuss possibilities of an earnings tax. No definite plans have been made for such a tax Radtke said. Mayor Novak commented on the orderly manner in which halloween was celebrated. He thanked both the parents and children for their cooperation. Novakos court fines for october totalled $1,640. . Hansen the Man of Many City positions thanked those who honoured him at an. Open House sunday to celebrate his 80th birthday. Hansen s police report showed there were 13 a u t o Mobile Acci dents in october six of which were on Montgomery re. The total accidents resulted in five injuries and no fatalities. Police chief Ray Moore reported that he and his men investigated 386 complaints including four for grand larceny. All members of Council were presented certificates making them honorary m e m b e r s of t h e Montgomery historical society. Early copy please due to the thanksgiving Day Holiday deadline for copy for the Issue of nov. 24 must be in this office by f r i Day nov. 1 9. Contributors of news items Are asked to note the change. Classified ads will be accepted until Friday nov. 19, 5 . Instead of monday nov. 22, 5 . Clifford Wahl left and Louis Bagent hold an original Columbus citizens newspaper dated nov. 7, 1918, flashing the news that tha War to end wars was Over. Veterans still prefer nov. 11 armistice Day although they admit that it is Nice to have three Day Holiday two area War veterans still believe the original armistice Day should be observed on nov. 11. Clifford Wahl 5431 Kenwood rd., is a world War i Veteran. A lieutenant he served with the Ohio 37th division in Langre sur mame France and vividly remembers thursday nov. 7, 1918, when hostilities ceased and the joyous Days which followed until monday nov. 11, 1918, when armistice Day was officially celebrated. A native of Columbus Louie Bagent now resides at 7310 Redondo ct., Madeira. The newspaper in the photo was purchased by his father when Louie was three months old. His father preserved the paper for him. Bagent joined the . Army air corps later designated the . Air Force in june 1941, and was discharged As a technical sergeant in november 1.945. He headed the combat communications systems and was a cryptographer handling e o n fide n. Tial communications and documents. The Columbus citizen newspaper will be on display at Adrienn a pharmacy Miami and Laurel aves., from nov. 10 through nov. 13, and the Public is invited to View it. And recreation Board of the sewers in Sycamore plans and specifications for new sewer systems in. Sycamore township to Benefit Queens Richmond st. Clair and Monroe aves and Kugler Mill have been approved by the Hamilton county commissioners work will begin in 1972 and will be paid for by Hamilton county. The new systems Are a result of flood complaints issued by residents to the Sycamore trustees. Sewer problems in the Elizabeth i. Area causing wet. Basements in Blue Ash and flow Moyle Quot a re caused by a reduction in the sewer systems capacity and will also be taken care of by the county pending permission of the City of Blue Ash to put a tap in at the end of the natural water course which starts in Blue Ash. City of Reading for their youth program Nick sete director of the Longview unit school for the Purchase of a Maxi bus Paul Haun Longview Hospital Quot for the youth Ward which he supervises and representatives from the Reading High school student Council for their programs. Other dignitaries who will attend include Jack. Carnegie general manager of Wasai radio government officials from the City of Deer Park and Sycamore township and local District and state officials of the . Jaycees. The Jaycees raised the Money for the Community Center and the other projects by co sponsoring the haunted House oat reel it from the haunted House totalled $66,000 and Concession receipts totalled $6,200. The 4ocal chapter spent Over 7,500 Man hours reconstructing the House and running it during its 9day showing to the Public. On garbage lights Silverton mayor denies democratic accusations by Carol Pucci elections Over Silverton mayor Richard Benken decided to set the records straight at thursday nights Council meeting by answering accusations made in a flyer issued by the Silverton democratic Campaign committee. The flyer pointed out that the garbage collection fee charged to citizens raises nearly $50,000 per year in Revenue but the to Freak Garina Tria hospitality motor inn 1941� a at 1-71. V i a Unlue Urmit Montgomery re behind Sobrio station mini i a a a Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping area 7�1 -sd04, 941-�194, 991 �2�3 j Silverton tearing set wednesday the Board of county commissioners will hold a. Public hearing nov. 17, 10 30 . In the court House room 224 to consider an amendment to the zoning plans of Section 7, Sycamore township. The property is included in a proposal to reclassify toe zone District from. A a by residence to a be a retail business. Section seven is approximately 0.6 acres with approximately 207 feet fronting on the Southern Side of Galbraith re. And 600 feet West of Montgomery re for free tickets to Cincinnati royals basketball games Check Csini classified pages. Electrical problems residential commercial free estimates 9 yrs. To Fay each actual Cost of garbage pick up is less than $30,000. Benken denied the statement with a fact Sheet listing the entire expenses for garbage collection As of oct. 31, including salaries Gas Oil dump rental truck repairs stationery supplies Stamps insurance the Cost of salaries during november and december dump rental during november and december and the depreciation of three Load packers. Total costs amounted to $63,952 not including toe service directors salary or the Cost of clerical work involved. Expected receipts for 1 9 7 1 a mount t a approximately $54,000. Benken also qualified a statement by the democratic committee saying that when the Republican Council voted to replace All Street lights with new and improved Mercury vapor lamps they did. So at a proposal by cd amp a and at no Cost to the City. Benken noted that the Bill for old Street lights was $875 per month. The Bill for new lights is $1,275 per month to be paid by the City. The finance committee reported that a number of people Are not paying their garbage collection Bills and will be assessed on their 2nd tax Bill in 1972, As provided under Law. The penalty is now 20% per Quarter that the Bill is delinquent. Mayor Benken. S u g be sted that penalties be raised next year. He noted that All people who have not paid have been notified each Quarter by phone. A list of 76 names of citizens who have not paid is posted in the City building. Bus fare cute mayor Benken informed Council that the City has received Calls from senior citizens asking Why Silverton cannot provide bus fare subsidies to reduce their fares such As Norwood and st. Bernard now do. Benken noted that both these communities have a a amp a 731 b660 Milldale lumber company lumber end plywood Cut to size carpenters recommended for All types of remodelling. 9909 Blue Ash re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 i1.7% payroll tax which makes subsidies feasible. Silverton does not have a payroll tax to pay for the reduced fares however Benken said he will discuss the matter1 with other communities for advice and a look at their plans for fare cuts. Stewart re. Repairs the Public Wor k a committee informed Council that the Section of Stewart re. That is uncompleted is due to funds not being provided from toe state and is not the fault of Silverton or Hamilton county. In other action Council was notified that Street lighting on Parkland ave. Is toeing held up because the lights must be placed on new Telephone potes to be erected. Was notified that bids for a dump truck Are due oct 16, at noon reminded citizens that paper will be picked up on toe 1st garbage pick up of the month. Extended an invitation to citizens to attend Council meetings held every 1st and 3rd thursdays of toe month at 8 . In the City building. Bin nary with the Holiday season fast approaching Plant Are being made for Christmas activities at Kenwood mall. A d ilk very much to present musical programs by local choral groups during the holidays and if your a roup would be interested Pleat Contact me Lee Wheeler at 931-40110. Next monday november 1. Will begin a week Long display of an environmental exhibit at the mall space ship Earth a finite the exhibit illustrates the Basic environmental issues of increasing population interacting with affluent wasteful if Stylet in this modern technological society it demonstrates How thee Basic facts contribute to air water and solid waste pollution endangering wll Dolfa and natural areas. Your school children might be especially interested and Are encouraged to visit tha mall to see this unique display. Spa Kent of your children. There a something new at shill to s that every Parent of the Bride should know about. Shall Lton a has a new bridal services office and coordinator Carol Chase is prepared to help with every detail of a wadding of any size. Among tha special services offered by miss Chase Are help with the Choice of Florist caterer Bakar and reception Hali accumulation of tha Bride s Trousseau and wadding trip plans. In fact miss Chase will even hand address wadding announcements end invitations at no extra charge. So if there is a wadding in the future of someone dose to you be sure and suggest tha Bride and Groom Stop in to see mis Chase at shill to s bridal services office for personalized advice on every arrangement for their very special occasion. advertisement

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