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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - October 13, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohio historical society 1932 Vela ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 Erlb spi about �i$4m amp f i to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 cart Kraemer president of Kenwood country club busses mrs. Joen Comisar when she received her trophy for winning the greater Cincinnati women s Golf association championship at Kenwood. A Indian Hill resident serving the communities of Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pie atan t Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Mark or circulation integrity 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio wednesday october 13,1971 display ads and news. Classified aos. S31-0234 731-7170 vol. X no. 11 Madeira mayor denies Kenwood annexation plans is Champion golfer mrs. Lee Comisar joan7175 Given rd., won the greater Cincinnati women a Golf association championship at Kenwood country club marking the second time she has attained this Honor. The first time was in 1967, at Hyde Park country club. Mrs. Comisar has been a golfing Buff for 14 years trying to keep up with her husband Lee a . Bechtold jr., Sycamore township trustee issued a warning to Kenwood residents that Madeira May again be planning to pursue the annexation of another Large segment of Kenwood this time extending from Hosbrook rd., to the Silverton corporation line. Bechtold charges that property tax records have been examined for the area which includes both Kenwood mall and Kenwood Plaza and contacts have been made concerning certain commercial zoning restrictions which could be compromised As an incentive to the commercial property owners if the annexation came about. Madeira mayor Daniel Mcdonald denied the statements saying that the City has been approached by a very few residents in the area concerned but no plans have been made by the City to enter into negotiations. A your City is not engaged in any land grab deals. If and when enough interest is shown by residents in annexing to us Well sit Down with them and discuss it. Well also be glad to sit Down and discuss it with the trustees Quot Mcdonald noted. Mcdonald said it was entirely up to the residents of the area to approach the City of Madeira on the question of annexation and until they did no action would be taken. Bechtold expressed a concern about a renewal of the question of annexation at this time and that he termed the continual harassment of Kenwood residents who in the last year or two have made their feelings on the subject quite dear to All surrounding municipalities. He said he was calling attention to the subject now so residents will be aware of a possible circulation of petitions and can individually determine what their decision will be when asked to join such a move. Bechtold also charged that mad Eira would be enrol your child now piano instruction with a new concept. Small groups Ara taught piano by a modern refined electronic system. Each child has his very own Baldwin electro Plano during instruction period. The system unique a simple has achieved remarkable Success. Enrolment now for october classes 891-5271 Baldwin piano amp Organ go. Unquestionably seeking to solve its financial problems by acquiring valuable tax rights to the Kenwood commercial Complex possibly at the expense of residents. In another charge Bechtold stated there Are indications that changes in school District boundaries have been promised for support for an annexation petition. Mayor Mcdonald said the statement is a absolutely Quot in fact Well fight to keep present school boundaries Quot he said. Upon learning of this latest annexation activity Robert Meyer a member of the Board of trustees of Sycamore township undertook a House to House Survey of about 10% of the off acted area. In his contacts he said he could not find one family who would support an annexation petition and in fact recorded some rather Strong sentiments of Active opposition. Ult mate happening Quantity Quot of least 100 Call Quality Quot pleased with the Type of caller and results Quot we found a Good typist a. That a the response Superior janitor Supply received from a Csini Quot help wanted a classified and. Reliable companies and individuals rely on us for fast inexpensive results. Dial 731-7170, we deliver. Injured in Accident Wayne Rusk 29, 3833 Jackie dr., and Pauline York 29, 6437 Pace ave., were taken to Christ Hospital oct. 3, by the Deer Park life squad As a result of injuries sustained in an automobile Accident at p1 a i n f i eld and Webster. 2nd victim of Accident Dies of injuries William h. Klausing 74, 2631 Langdon farm rd., died last wednesday in general Hospital from injuries he suffered sept. 21 in a two car Accident near his Home. His wife Cornelia 76, who was a passenger in the car died sept. 23. The Driver of the other car Charles Tolson 26, of erlanger., ky., was cited for reckless driving. Services for or. Klausing who was the retired president of Century machine co., and a director of Baker Perkins ltd., i n t e r n a t i o n a 1 bakery Mach Nery manufacturer were held saturday in the College Hill presbyterian Church. He leaves two daughters mrs. Dorothy Bently and mrs. Ruth Snead Fork Union a. A son William f., new York City six grandchildren and one great grandchild. Todd Hunter Robert Novak candidates to debate a debate on issues Between incumbent mayor Robert j. Novak and challenger Todd Hunter will highlight a meeting of the Montgomery Republican club monday at 8 ., in the Montgomery Community building. Each candidate will be Given a period of time to present his. Platform and the issues he feels should be considered by Montgomery Community building. A rebuttal period will be followed by questions to the candidates from the audience. Candidates for Council incumbent Donald Bruce and challenger Ernest Kosty will be introduced and Given an Opportunity to address their Electora. Residents will also have the Opportunity to meet ainu iii to the candidates. Gary Simms Montgomery scout attains Eagle rank Eagle rank was conferred on Gary Simms of troop 258 at a court of Honor at Montgomery presbyterian Church. Richard Burdett scoutmaster made the presentation Arthur Murphy reviewed the Eagle rank qualifications and Don pile assistant District commissioner gave the Eagle charge. Gary who is 18, is the son of or. And mrs. Thomas Simms 7715 Tailwind or. He started As a cub scout in 1961 in Skaneateles n.y., and joined troop 61 in 1964. He has served As a mond find of the week Beautiful pea shape diamonds Seldom Ere web a to of or such heavenly fancy shaped precious diamonds in exquisite settings of 14 k or 18 k Gold. Rhand Kraft solitaire Diamond Carat. _ Beautiful compare $ 100 Pear at $395 Carat. Beautiful compare it 00 Pear at $725 Zef offs Ileau Alful Pear compare at $1200 Quality jewellers 275 595 995 open every Nite til 9 00 pm a rales me your budget account Swifton shopping Center 731-1800 also in Western Hills Piare and Newport by. Patrol Leader senior patrol Leader and instructor. He has also earned the god and country award. He attended the National boy scout Jamboree in Idaho in 1969. A senior at Sycamore High school Gary has been Active in various vocal groups the Cross country track team and the wrestling team. He is a member of Montgomery presbyterian Church. Other troop awards were presented by troop committeemen Bill Backus and shy Johnson. Rev. William h. Graler gave the invocation and Benediction. The atrium itttmtt1 ly4 great restaurant immediately prior to getting the Job. Silverton a share of the Money was one of the largest awarded to any of the 35 communities receiving Grants and almost equals Hamilton county a Grant. Juvenile problems mayor Renken informed Council o f Severa 1. Co m p la i its he received concerning j u veni 1 e disturbances during the night. He asked Council to consider establishing a curfew for those under a certain age if the complaints continue. It was also suggested that residents leave their porch lights on during the night to deter vandalism and help the police in patrolling. Police chief Ken Dye issued a warning reminding citizens that it is against the Law to take any trash or papers that have been set out during the night for collection. Dye said the City will gladly donate newspaper collected in the City a recycling program to any charitable organization that asks but the police department will not tolerate any stealing of papers or rooting through garbage cans. Presently the City Sells collected newspapers to the Diamond paper co. In other action Council passed an ordinance making larceny a criminal offence with a Qurra it a a Tecc h a Osmul to for Safe Galata. Trie hospitality motor inn 799-4300 Montgomery re a at 1-71 my a a Mai Hitam Mommi it Larj jew Jimj Milldale lumber company lumber and plywood a Cut to size carpenters recommended for All typos off Romo doling. A sos Blu Ash re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 4aaan six to be hired Silverton receives Large share of employment funds by Carol Pucci Silverton Council was notified thursday night that the City has been awarded $33,000 in Federal funds under the emergency employment act. The Money will be used to hire two labourers two equipment operators and two truck Drivers for a period of two years. All those hired must have been unemployed for at least seven Days John Gainer Sycamore High school graduate is serving As general co chairman of the greek week program currently being observed at Miami University. A senior in the College of business administration he was selected the Junior marketing student and the recipient of an alumni a s s o c i a t i o n a scholarship. A senior citizens have a staunch Friend in Tim Garey pleasant Ridge councilman who introduced a motion to Council to increase the senior citizens reduced fare plan from 10 cents to 15 cents. He has requested City solicitor to prepare in necessary ordinance. Dick Benken Silverton kiwanis in racked up 14 years of perfect attendance at kiwanis meetings oct. 1. Tom Behrens observed nine years and Bob Hopkins two years. Thomas e. Albers 7202 Miami Hills dr., Madeira was. Awarded the chartered life underwriter design a t ion at National continued on Page 2 four Handicap golfer. He has since switched to Tennis and is trying to woo her into joining him in this sport. She earned her first cup the first of Many trophies in 1960 at Losantiville country club where she qualified for the fourth flight lost her first match but won the fourth flight Competition. Mrs. Comisar won her first championship at the women a dub tournament school Board to ask for lesser amount in the expectation of receiving state Aid the Deer Park Board of education has reduced the amount of the additional operating Levy it will seek in november from 6.95 Mills to 3.4 Mills Louis Manning Deer Park school superintendent said a the Board Felt it needed to demonstrate to the voters that it is being realistic in its request for future funds. The projection is based on expected additional state a since the final level of state Aid is not known Manning said there is a something of an element of chances in the reduction. However the state Aid level in the Bill passed by the Senate coupled with the 3.4 Mill Levy would be sufficient he said. A similar 6.95 Mil Levy was Defeated by Deer Park voters sept. 7. Quot the amount was then placed on the nov. 2 ballot for another try. At Kenwood in 1963. Since then she has retained the championship title in each succeeding year since 1965, eight in All and seven in a Row. She is immediate past president of the greater Cincinnati women a Golf association the group that conducts local tournaments. The association sponsors a team of 15 women with the lowest handicaps in the area. Since 1957, the team has won 11 times including every tournament since 1966. Mrs. Comisar has been a member for Over 10 years. Mrs. Comisar attributes much of her Success to the coaching Given to her by Don Gleson former assistant professional at Kenwood now professional at a Keewah. The Many lessons and the hours of practice paid off when the began to. Come her Way. She now has a Bouse full of Silver bowls cups t u r e e n a _ Pla Tetra urns plaques and mugs. However she has no intention of resting on her laurels but will practice on the same regular and almost daily basis she always has will take More lessons if necessary and will enter As Many tournaments As her time will permit. Mrs. Comisar u the Mother of three children Michael 20, a senior at Ohio University Marc 18, a graduate of country Day school where he excelled in f o o to All basketball and track and Vallie 16, a Sophomore at Indian Hill who. Is. Currently showing an interest in Golf and May just follow in # her mothers footsteps. In Montgomery a cycles cause concern penalty of no More than a $300 Fine or no less than 30 Days or both for the first offence and no More than $500 and not less than 30 Days for the second. Passed an ordinance authorizing cd amp a to erect two Street lights on Park ave. And one on Oak ave. Proclaimed oct. 31 from. 7-9 . As halloween. Children May Start out earlier than 7 . But Are asked to be off the streets by 9 . Announced that bids for a new dump truck will be received by noon on oct. 20 and will be ready for the oct. 21 Council meeting. It was also recommended that slurry Seal a new Type of crack sealer be tried out on Side streets before the cold weather. Expressed gratitude to policewoman either Kitter for taking her own time to study the language of the deaf and dumb at st. Rita a school. She was first made aware of the problem this summer while working with two it deaf and dumb children in a swimming program. In Silverton. Received notice that the police departments juvenile program has. Been approved for a second year. Heard a report that the City a finances Are operating in the Black. By Marshall Baldwin Montgomery City Council wednesday wrote into Law three ordinances and passed the first Reading of another one. Councilmen also heard complaints against some Young bicyclists who were said to be ignoring safety rules and some City and state traffic Laws. Over objections of councilmen Jack Cisco and Todd Hunter the remaining for free tickets. To Cincinnati royals basketball games Check Csini classified pages each week to see if you Are a Winner Day fathers favored the legislation which requires property owners to keep their Trees and Bushes trimmed so motorists views will not be hampered. Objections from Cisco and Hunter included the Fine of $50 maximum and continuous each Day of violation the belief the City is responsible for trimming tree branches that Block a motorists View and that a state Law already covers the context of the ordinance. The other two ordinances that passed the final Reading with no objections were one that requires permission from the City for burning debris and the other which Grants authority to. The suburban Cable company to Cable television programs into Montgomery. The new ordinance will Quot create a Park and recreation commission As provided for under the Home Rule charter. Present members named to the Park committee before Montgomery became a City at the Start of the new year will finish their unexpired terms. Councilman Paul Dupuy chairman of the safety committee believes that parents of Young bicycle riders in the. Fair wind acres area should show More concern Over the safety of their children. Dupuy said he had witnessed some of the carelessness of the youngsters such As Riding their bicycles out of a driveway and into the Street without looking for oncoming vehicles and ignoring Stop signs. He said he has had Many complaints from residents of the area. Dupuy has asked police to keep a close surveillance in this subdivision. Police chief Ray Moore told Council that in order to keep children Riding bicycles from getting killed or injured the police need the help of pm rente. Moore us g Ges t e d that parents. Watch a television program on sunday november 7, on Wco at 10 30 . In which bicycle safety will be discussed. Moore will be a member of the panel. Moore requested All residents of Montgomery to support Quot Light the night Quot program during the month of november. Records show that houses and business establishments with lights on during the night Are not broken into by thieves As often As Are darkened premises. He said one Light turned on All night and visible from the outside of the building or House is enough. This is a program supported by All police departments in the Hope of cutting Down burglaries. Mayor Novak issued a proclamation naming sunday oct. 31, As Quot trick or treat night in conjunction with halloween. He has asked that All Young children be accompanied by an older person and that participants Cal on Only houses with lighted porches Between the hours of 6 . And 9 . Nor Mai within your shopping arts 7d1 -5804, 581-8154, 8$1-$20$ fresh organic vegetables. Organic health and diet foods. Vitamins and sup Lomante. Organic fertilizers fart al liquid. Mcdonald s a a a a Kenwood re. 791-1490_ now that the new season is Wall underway Many off us Are anticipating autumn and or halloween dinner dances and parties sponsored by our professional Hobby Church and strictly social organizations. When planning your attire for evening galas be sure to remember the mall. Roderick st. Johns has a great selection of Long Wool evening skirts priced at $30 and up and Versay or Wool blouses to Complete the new look starting at $15. For Dainty feminine party goers the 5-7-9 shop offers evening gowns in All styles including those featuring hot pants for $24 and up. Try Nobil shoes Linen dress pumps which can be dyed to match or contrast your color scheme at Only $7.99 and $8.99 a pair. Next top off Lovely you and have your hair elegantly styled at Dolly Madison just $2.00 for a Wash and set monday through wednesday $2.75 thursday through saturday. And to be sure the dazzling lady and her escort arrive safely at the scene ask the Man of the House to Stop by Firestone tire and rubber to buy two Snow tires and get the second tire at half Price. Firestone will even put the tires on your car for you and change them again next Spring All without charge., next week ill give you details on the big Dodge fashion fair to be held at the mall october 20-23, a Chance for you to win a gift certificate to the mall or a 1972 Dodge polara qulljlajul<xojlfl.o.jt.jljljuuulgjl3faid advertisement

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