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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - October 31, 1979, Cincinnati, OhioAll dolled up a display of 800 hand dressed dolls will be presented by the salvation army toy shop auxiliary al the provident Bank on fourth st. Nov. 5-is during regular Bank hours. Area residents and groups participating in dressing the dolls Are All saints episcopal Church women hit. . Boesinger Alary Stroup coordinator of the Cincinnati business and professional women a club Kennedy Heights presbyterian women s association Kenwood Baptist women Kenwood Christian Church Madeira presbyterian Church faithful Circle Madeira senior citizens Alice Parr mrs. . Peterson pleasant Ridge presbyterian Church w Omen s association mrs. John Roflow st. Paul United methodist Church Helena Schwartz airs. Richard Thomas Mitzi Thomas and Trinity i United Church of Christ. News buies november shutdown affects six area schools six life area Public schools will be affected by the Cincinnati school districts shutdown scheduled at t his time for nov. 12-30. The schools Are pleasant Ridge elementary Kennedy elementary. Woodford primary. Silverton elementary Schroder or. High Ana Woodward High. Joe Timmons associate in administrative research for the Public schools said monday the three week closing May expand to four depending upon a state auditor decision. He added that be does no to know what the changed dates might be. Life contacted the schools several Community councils and Pat presidents to Check on possible contingency programs for students. Most organizers reported programs to be in the planning stage Only perhaps not even definite. Some like Schroder s assistant principal Wayne Homer were Able to give definite answers. Homer said the school would remain open tuesday and thursday evenings 7-9 ., for the lighted school recreation program. establish Blue Ash offices two big name companies Are putting Down roots in Blue Ash. Toyota sales Usa recently announced its intention to build a facility on 34 acres at the Northwest Comer of Reed Hartman Hwy. And Creek re. In the Cincinnati improvement corporation Industrial Park. Toyota held groundbreaking ceremonies at the site last tuesday. One of the 10 largest reinsurance operations in the nation Bellefonte. Has leased the new metro atrium offices in Cornell Park to serve As Headquarters. The offices Are located at 11370 Reed Hartman Hwy. Based in Middletown Bellefonte is the insurance division of Aramco. The firm plans to set up operations in january and has begun taking applications for 50 clerical and secretarial positions. Bellefonte a number for employment application forms is 1-425-6470. Five ordinances on Montgomery Agenda Montgomery City councils Agenda for its nov. 7 meeting is a Brief one. Council will take action on five pieces of legislation. Two ordinances Are in the third or final Reading stage adjusting the veterans preference provisions of the civil service Laws amending the zoning map by placing the Weinberg property in the old Montgomery planned development District. Three ordinances will be discussed for the first time providing for interim and supplemental appropriations to certain fund accounts accepting a bid for restoration of the Todd House in Swaim Park approving a substantive modification of a use on the Weinberg property in the old Montgomery planned development District. Council meets at 8 In the City building at 1010.1 Montgomery re. Madeira police follow property damage leads Madeira police chief Phil Hudson says police Are investigating several leads on property damaged earlier this month. Several residents on Tances or. And several on Juler ave. Awoke the morning of oct. 7 to find their tires slashed. One resident had All eight destroyed on the two care in his driveway. Hudson said approximately 10 residents tires were damaged. The following weekend Hudson said vandals damaged four corporation signs two on Camargo one on Euclid and one on Hosbrook. Police feel the two incidents Are unrelated Hudson said. Since the vandalism he said police have stepped up surveillance in unmarked cars. Inside Ide tabloid in Praise of suburban women inside. Page 2 Reader reaction. A Page 3 Madeira candidates have their say. Page 4 new makers. Page 6 Sycamore needs just one More win. Page �8 happenings. Page 24 sizing up municipal judge candidates. Election Issue �?T79 pre vote wrap up nerf amp Cait to place a classified and Call 731 -7170 by 400 Monday display advertising amp news Call 531 -0234 cd Nch a Nat Subiti Fiban newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Mark 0f t so l action integrity. Vol. Xix no. 14 20c Cincinnati. Ohio. Wednesday. October 31. 1979 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531 -0234 elections share ballot with local issues by Betsy Wones besides voting on state and county issues and on local candidates in the nov. 6 election voters in life area communities will be making decisions on a variety of local issues. These include operating levies for fire districts a charter change in one City and sunday liquor sales carry out. The liquor carry out Issue will be on the ballot in Many precincts. The question is shall the Safe of malt beverages wine and mixed beverages of the same Type As May he legally sold in this municipal corporation precinct township on the other Days of the week be permitted in name of area for consumption off the premises where sold Between the hours of 1 And Midnight on sunday in order to let the voter know whether the Issue will appear on the ballot life has included the address of each voting place for rele. Vant precincts. Also in order for the voter to locate rapidly those Issue that will appear on the ballot issues Are listed by municipality or township rather than by subject. Municipalities Blue Ash the liquor carry out Issue will appear on four ballots Ward 2, precinct a vote at 10651 Kenwood re. Ward 3, precinct a vote at Williams Ward 4, 11330 precincts a and a vote at 9501 Highland. Deer Par the liquor carry out Issue will appear on two ballots Ward 3, precinct a Madeira Queen. Denise Ackerman a senior was named 1079 fall Homecoming Queen al Madeira High school. The Queen was presented Rah of time of the Home of. Football ame. Also re i Rod need were tbs other candidates a Judy Albers Susan born. Missy Brenner Lynn Sanders Stephanie Taylor a and the attendants to the Queen who were Hagna Dinse freshman Christie Brokhage Sophomore and Theresa Seaman Junior. Vote at 4421 Linden ave. Ward 4, precinct a vote at Beech and Matson. I Madeira Madeira residents will vote on a City charter amendment which would change article iii sections 1 Ana 7 of the charter. The amendment includes increasing councilman terms from two to four years staggering Council manic terms so that three coun Chin members Are elected every two years and limiting the number of consecutive terms a coun cil member or the mayor May serve to order to pass the amendment needs a majority affirmative vote. Montgomery the liquor carry out Issue will appear on two ballots precinct a vote at 777 Sycamore st. Precinct a vote at Cooper and Zig Zag ads. Silverton four ballots in the City will include the liquor carry out option precinct a vote at.6969 Montgomery re. A precinct a vote at 030 a Smunt Gornery re a vote at 6922 Ohio ave. Precinct a vote at 4248 North ave. Townships Columbia township for township voters in the Kenwood fire District a 5.04 Mill Levy for two years will appear on the ballot. That tax would produce $5.04 per $1,000 property valuation. Sycamore township a five year operating Levy for the Montgomery Community fire District will appear on the ballot. The Levy is a renewal of .88 Mills with an increase of .72 Mills making a total of 1.6 Mills. This translates to $1.60 per $1,000 property valuation. Also on the Sycamore ballot will he a 1.8 Mill operating Levy for the Rossmoyne fire District. The Levy includes a renewal 1.08, and an increase of .72 Mills. Cost to property owners would be $1.80 per $1,000 valuation. Temporary repairs due on soil eroded Gail or. A two year 2,18-Mill operating Levy for the East Fork fire District is up for vote. The tax amounts to $2.18 per $1,000 property valuation. Finds source pays More Blue Ash Salt Safe if at first you done to succeed look harder and be willing to pay the Price. That a what Blue Ash has done to make sure there is Road Salt for the Winter. City Council last thursday approved the Purchase of at 500 tons of Road Salt from Harry Ewers and sons inc., Woodford rd., Cincinnati. The Price of $36.50 per ton is More than $10 per ton higher than last year. Earlier this year Blue Ash and some other county municipalities came up empty handed when they advertised for bids on Salt. Blue Ash officials were told by a major Salt supplier that a Federal plan to store Oil in Salt mines in Louisiana and an explosion at one mine had drastically reduced the Supply of Road Salt. The City then contracted for a Supply of Sand combined with Calcium Ctorides. This combination is not As effective at temperatures Between 20 and u degrees and has the drawback of leaving Sand on the streets that must be swept up. Said. Up Marvin Thompson Deputy City manager. He said that City officials continued to look for Road Salt until they found the Ewers firm. Last year nearly 2,000 tons of Salt were used to Clear City i streets Thompson said. This year the decision of what to put on the streets Salt treated and or a combination would have to be made at each snowfall he said. In other action oct. 24 Council a approved new minimum standards in the City a housing code. A named Sycamore High school senior Ronda Keller As student representative to the City a recreation Board. By Roger Kunkel sonic tests of now condemned Gail or. Have revealed some soil erosion Deer Park mayor Francis Healy told City Council last week. City workers will be filling in the affected areas As a temporary measure now. More extensive repaving work is being planned for the Spring he said. Earlier this year cracking pavement on Gail or. Prompted City officials to condemn the Street. Speed limit is now 16 Miles per hour and truck traffic is barred. In response to the mayors announcement councilwoman Helen Camp asked if a cause for the deterioration had been found. He by heatedly replied that the Street problem was not the fault of his administration but caused by neglect that goes Back 16 to 20 years. Healy and Camp Are opponents in this year s mayoral election. In other Council business last week a Camp reported that the metropolitan sewer District mid responding to sewage backup problems on Richmond ave., had plugged a Section of the sewer on Dunedin ave. In the mistaken belief that the Dunedin sewer emptied into the one on Richmond ave. Instead Camp said the Dunedin sewer empties into the Blue Ash re. Sewer. Camp added that she hoped mid would continue to look into the problem. A Irwin Schmidt of Matson ave. Asked Council Why in View of councils $100 appropriation to the Ohio municipal league this month to help fund a study of water Quality standards he has never been Able to get Council to donate Money to the Sycamore senior citizens organization. Councilman Robert Schuler replied that in the opinion of the City a Law director such a donation would be illegal because the senior citizens group is a private organization. A Schuler reported that Chain nets would be installed soon on the City s basketball courts and that Loam would be spread on the baseball diamonds As a result of decisions made at the last recreation and Park Board meeting. A Council authorized the City safety service director to begin accepting bids for renewal of Fleet insurance for City vehicles current covered be expires at the end of the month. They re the Best Deer Park High school marching band and auxiliary units were awarded first place trophies following Competition in the second annual Glen Este High school band invitational oct. 20. Proud of their accomplishments Are from left Bottom Row Field commanders Karen Keene and Shari Pritchard Back Row Rifle Gap. Vicki Anderson. Co capt. Sandy Ballard and wild Cadette capt. Wilma Cash. Oppenheimer denied amendment injunction negotiations at impasse Deer Park police threaten suit by Gail Jordan Deer Park police have threatened to file suit in order to prod the City a negotiating team into a final wage and benefits settlement. The suit according to officer al Gille a member of the police negotiating committee charges that the City negotiated in bad Faith and that some conditions of City police service violate Ohio Law. The suit is prepared and probably will be filed within two weeks unless there is some change in the City a stand in negotiations Gille indicated. The talks began in february. According to police negotiations with the City reached a impasse when police rejected the City a proposed final offer of an 8 percent wage increase. A we Are hoping to use the Law suit As a wedge a a Gille said adding a we really done to want to sue the City we just want to Settle this Warren Ritchie City councilman and member of the City a a negotiating team said he takes Issue with the police a claim of an impasse. Negotiations Are still going on and a nothing has been settled a he said. Ritchie said he was surprised by the police committees action. He noted that Council approved a seven percent pay increase and health insurance payments for police last month. The package is retroactive to april 1, Ritchie said. Ritchie also said he was disappointed by what he Callea a a crude attempt to influence some politicians on the eve of an Gille said the police Are asking for a 9 percent wage increase retroactive to april 1 and health plan payments retroactive to Jan. 1. Asked what would happen if the suit were actually filed Ritchie said it would be difficult to continue negotiations when the City be running unopposed for City Law director. There Are nine full time offers and one full time dispatcher in the Deer Park Niue negotiations when the Ity is being charged with negotiating in bad Faith. Ritchie is running Knop a police dept. The City charter amendment will appear on the nov. 6 ballot in Madeira despite councilman Doug Oppenheimer a attempt to enjoin it. Judge William r. Mathews denied the requested injunction last wednesday in Hamilton county common pleas court. In denying the suit the judge said according to solicitor Stanley Rozic that though Madeira did no to mail proposed charter changes to madeiras exactly correctly the City was in substantial compliance with charter rules. Oppenheimer filed the suit in Early october after officials mailed proposed charter changes to a president a rather than to registered voters. His attorney Richard Valleau said the councilman Felt it was done incorrectly according to the City a charter. Valleau said last week he comment on a possible Appeal but added a there san aspect of the decision which we probably have an Opportunity to be heard on before the decision becomes Valleau would not explain except to say that a an Appeal May not be Montgomery unit corrects figures the Montgomery Community fire company s Levy fact Sheet originally distributed door to door is incorrect according to the department. The breakdown of the requested millage rate in paragraph two should have read renewal rate .88 increase for fire company operating expenses .52 increase for Sycamore twp., 0 plug maintenance fire prevention personnel .20. The total 1.6, was and is Correct. Of re a pia7a fall amp Winter All occasion Long gowns and formals 924" compared toss8 a fends bridal shoppes Kenwood Northgate -am.�?,

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