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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - September 15, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohio Hla Orieal society 1982 Veraa ave. A ii marking the site of Kenwood Park in Sycamore township is a four by eight foot plaque depicting the names of nine Garden dubs and the Kenwood women s club who Are working with the township in restoring the area. Standing from left Are Harry Jahnigen superintendent is. Robert Cappel coordinator of the project mrs. Charles Roth last year s coordinator and a. James Bechtold Montgomery trustee. Kenwood women a club launches work on Park groundbreaking on Kenwood Park a special project undertaken by the Kenwood women a club Sycamore township and nine Garden clubs began aug. 31, with the implanting of a memorial plaque on the Southwest Corner of Montgomery and Galbraith ads. An abandoned Roadside Park leased to the township a for $1 a year will be the site of nine individual Garden areas encircled by winding sidewalks with benches located along the Way. With the Clearing of Trees and shrubs already begun Sycamore township is scheduling the work of laying the water lines and the Concrete for the sidewalks through the Park for this fall. The site will be in planting condition by Spring according to mrs. Robert Capple coordinator it of the project. Hie trustees have thanked the Kenwood woman a club for involving others in planning and developing the Park area. A without the Aid of your club As Well As other local groups the development would be impossible a said a letter from the township clerk treasurer. Members of the club wrote 20 Garden clubs in the Kenwood Blue Ash Madeira area and received promises of help from 12. Nine clubs will Plant the individual gardens in the Park marking their Sites with Small plaques. Three clubs contributed Money. Hie 200 member club will use the Park As its entry in Ohio and general federation of women a club programs entered on conservation and beautification of the environment. In Deer Park a Cees Council reach agreement by Marshall Baldwin at a closed meeting following the regular meeting of Deer Park City Council thursday an amicable agreement was reached Over a gift the Sycamore Deer Park Jaycees have been attempting to give the City. Council president Francis Healy explained that the obligation Council has to the taxpayers kept the officials from accepting the offer of a $44,000 building for Chamberlain Park without studying the Legal aspects. At a previous meeting of Council some members of the Jaycees stormed out of the session in a fit of anger. An official of the organization also wrote a letter to the Northwest suburban life which was not complimentary to the City fathers. However at the closed session which was attended by members of the Park Board the councilmen and representatives of the Jaycees apologies were made and All sides were allowed to express their opinions and to ask questions. Solicitor John Dumbacher told the Jaycees that state Law required that property in Parks come under the jurisdiction of the Park Board so the Jaycees will not be in a position to say How their gift is to be used. The solicitor is to present Council with a Resolution at their next meeting and if it passed the Jaycees will Mili Daie lumber company lumber and plywood Cut to size carpenters recommended for All Type of remodelling. A a of Blue Efird. Rossmoyne 791-8122 new Vespa cia0 Chow the bicycle with a motor built in it Only $19900 no License required adjustable and handles seat plus tax and dec a weigh is less than 75 i be. A easy to ride no clutch no shifting a speeds up to 40 Mph a wide variety of colors a Low maintenance a modern 50cc eng. Lay a Way for Christmas i Bank americano i a completely enclosed drive system a fully Street Legal full lighting a full one year warranty a very quiet a dual brakes Cincinnati motorcycle Colum Hiohio 4321 to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 serving the communities of. Blue a he Montgomery a Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Markov circulation integrity 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio wednesday sept. 15,1971 display aos and news classified ads. 53 1-023 731-717� vol. X no. 7 Deer Park to try again make plans for a ground breaking. At the regular session of Council the question of How much use the police were getting from their radar was a asked by honorary councilman Erwin Schmidt. Mayor George Niehaus stated the police Are making a especially Good use of it now that school has started and added a much to the sorrow of numerous councilman William Schoeny chairman of the safety committee said August proved to be the High vehicle Accident month of the year thus far. Councilman Joseph Kamp chairman of the Public works committee revealed that plans for improving Galbraith Road Between Blue Ash and Plainfield roads Are progressing and will be a 1972 project with Hamilton county cooperating financially. Kamp said a a town Hall meeting will be held at 8 . Sept. 28, at the municipal building at which time residents in this Section May attend to learn How their property might be affected. Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping Are 791-5s04, 361-6154, 891-9203 two districts to vote on school tax levies 1 4 t h Ward Republican club has new Headquarters at 6214 Montgomery rd., according to Ray Burton president of the evening group and mrs. Robert Thiemann president of the women a club which will Sene both groups. Dale g. Schmidt Ward chairman officiated at the ribbon cutting ceremony sept. 11, and the women held their meeting there monday. Carl Thornton who has been on Madeira Council for 14 years is ending his final term in office. He has decided not to run for re election. Running in Bis place will be Wendell Sininger. Thornton is the owner of Thornton a spot Recart Oakley. By Carol Pucci both Deer Park and Sycamore school districts will place tax levies on the nov. 2 ballot As a result of decisions made by the school boards last week. Deer Park will reinstate the 6.95 Mill Levy which recently suffered a 4-1 defeat which the Board of educations called the worst defeat suffered by a Money Issue in the memory of the Board. The vote 833. For and 3274 collection Greene noted. A we know it is unpopular to my and Bard for people to believe but our total school tax rate is about As Low As it was in the Early 1960�?Ts&Quot, Greene said. A in real dollars people Are paying less in local school taxes in the Sycamore District than they were eight years ago.,�?� he said. In Deer Park the $6.96 per $1000 assessed valuation Levy would produce an estimated $300,000, which the school by a i said is needed to h re its a Bare mining Wpm i v f $2,096,i Deer Park super re Ken int Louis Manning blamed the Levy a defeat on general non support of property taxes the present wage and Price freeze and a feeling among Many that the state will solve the problems for uie schools. Regardless of state action additional local taxes will be 13 against. A four Mill tax Levy will be on the ballot for the Sycamore school District. Both districts pledged that in toe event the state legislature increase their support towards schools the full amounts of the levies will not be put into effect. A simply stated once the voters authorize a rate of taxation the boards can implement any amount up to toe full amount approved at the election a Sycamore superintendent Edwin h. Greene stated in sycamores Case the present tax Supli Cate one Mill of local tax brings in about $100,000 annually. Should the net effect of the state Legislatures action increase state support to Sycamore schools by $100,000, Toen the District would ask that Only three Mills be levied for needed to fully fund next years budgets for both school districts according to the superintendents. If state and local funds Are not raised Manning said it will be necessary to curtail present programs in certain ways which the school Board is still discussing also on the ballot in the Sycamore District will be a half Mill 60 cents per $1,000 of assessed valuation Bond Issue to Purchase approximately 60 acres of undeveloped land As the site for a future High school. Deer Park meeting the Deer Park Board of education will conduct its regular monthly meeting tonight at the Board office in Horn Mes Elemen tary school at 7 30 . David Schiebel Board president urges residents to attend the monthly meetings every third wednesday of toe month. The september Agenda will include approval of minutes s financial report a recommendation for employment appointment of an Osba Delegate appointment of an attendance officer tax Levy Campaign report and payment of taxes on transferred property. Gop candidate for Madeira Council Wendell b. Sininger 6530 roil Meade ave., will succeed Carl f. Thornton or. On the Republican slate of candidates for Madeira City Council. Thornton who has been on Council for 14 years is retiring because of personal business pressures. Sininger who lives in the portion of Kenwood recently annexed to Madeira has been Active in civic affairs for several years. He last served As a member of the planning commission. He is a manager at general electric where he has been in management for 19 years. A graduate of the University of Cincinnati Sininger is a registered professional Engineer and a member of the engineering society of Cincinnati. He and his wife the former Eleanor Ellison have two children mrs. John Libert of st. Louis miss., and miss Carol Sininger a Madeira High school graduate who will enter the University of Cincinnati. Incumbent councilmen seeking re election Are Daniel d. Mcdonald currently serving As mayor Carl a. Schneider Allen m. Reed Harold Caldwell Arthur e. Smith and Russell a. Ackermann or. Wendell b. Sininger beef in boards is currently catering to the ladies by charging a very nominal fee on tuesday wednesday thursday and sunday. The Price is slightly higher on Friday and saturday. Reservations Are necessary. Directions May be found in an and elsewhere in this Issue. 4 Ohio information committee warns ohioans they have Only until sept. 22, to Complete registration for the nov. 2 general election. Closing voter registration 40 Days before election is unreasonable according to Oil because campaigns for candidates and issues do not create voter interest until 30 Days before election when it is too late to Register. Baton twirlers who would like to participate in state and National Competition Are invited to try out with the Revelette drum and Baton corps sunday sept. 19, at 2 ., in the american legion Hall 2112 Bennett ave., Norwood. Girls Between 13 and 21 Are eligible and More information May be obtained by calling 871-0267. Madeira eligible for Federal funds Madeira City manager George babe asked Council monday night to prepare a Resolution approving the application for Federal funds totalling $31,000 available to Madeira under the emergency employment act. The application if approved would provide for the hiring of four men for four programs for one applied for its share of the Money two weeks ago. As year. These would include the Clearing and maintaining of Camargo Road the improving and maintaining of the City Park maintenance of Street signs lights guard rails and drainage along main roads and trash collection improvement possibly to include the pick up of tree limbs and other debris not provided for in present services. The City of Madeira would be asked to contribute 10 percent of the Money available or $7,945 in inking services. This would not be new Money. Madeira if it applies for the Federal Grant will be following in the footsteps of the City of Silverton which Silverton 7216 Montgomery 791-6711 Deneui mini endure Only 299 plus tax and dec a meets All Federal safety standards a modern 66cc engine a a i i Metal construction a fully Street Legal a 25 month a 25,000 mile guarantee a comfortable for adults too a Lay a Way for Christmas Benka Dericard or master charge Cincinnati motorcycle Silverton 7216 Mok Lomery 791-5711 of yet the City has not received an approval of its application. Can bottle collections in a letter from st. Paul United methodist Church Council was asked to provide the use of a Hydraulic lift truck to Aid members in the collection of bottles and cans which Are recycled at the University of Cincinnati by continued on Page 9 Mcalpin having a Moonlight Sale Mcalpin Kenwood Plaza is having its annual Moonlight Sale this thursday from 5 30 to 11 . Offering 30 to 76 percent savings on Many items. The Sale As advertised elsewhere in this Issue is also featuring 50 a Blue Moon specials. These Are in. Advertised items announced every 10 minutes starting at 6 . In the store. Smoking study at Indian Hill High an increase in disciplinary action resulting from student smoking at the Indian Hill senior High school has resulted in the Board of education creating a committee to study the problem and recommend to the Board what if any changes should be made in rules governing smoking by students. Presh organic vegetables. Organic health and diet food. Vitamin and supplements. Organic fertilizers Gertrel liquid. Mcdonald s 9969 Kenwood re. 791-9490_ Bert s to repair color Black 6, White $6.00 service outside antennas installed 631-8218 1874 Yorktown re. These rules currently forbid smoking anywhere on the school grounds during the entire school Day. Thirty nine 3-Day suspensions for smoking were meted out last year and the severity of the problem May increase during the 1971-72 year according to school officials. Most smoking takes place in the rest rooms creating a serious congestion problem and causing tension Between the smokers and non smokers. The policing of this problem area has proven to be both d i f f ice 11 and time consuming. The committee will study what other school districts Are doing and will consider various alternatives including possible establishment of an approved smoking area provision of an approved outdoor out of the Way confined smoking area was tried experimentally for lunch time Only during the final six Days of the 1970-71 school year. Composed of students faculty school administration and school District residents the committee includes both smokers and non smokers. Student members of the committee Are Amy Marsh Sandy Stoecklin Tony a hotel a a Lynn off Quot a Rose i a Row is a Row or it it Well be finding out next weekend saturday and sunday at members of the 1 Buckeye District of the Row society hold their annual 1 display show at the mall and trophies Are awarded to the entries with the Bast displays. Be Sura to Stop by and saunter among the brightly coloured blossoms As you shop a and we if you can Tell e Row from a Row. If talk about Beautiful blooms is tempting you pick up a dozen California sweetheart rows at oort a it Fern s for just 61.30, or Clastic hybrid Tea roses at lust 62.3� a dozen. For a longer lasting Centrepiece try unique Basket shop s wide election of decorator materials end create your own artificial Floral arrangement unique Basket hat every thing you need including baskets from two to 32 inches wide costing 19c on up. However you might just want to follow the Rose theme of the week by looking at this autumn world through Row coloured glasses and you can get your Whf e pair at Klein optical. Great for All kinds of Tunny weather pastel tinted Jungles is in various styles Are priced modestly at Klein a before signing off this week i d like to Tell you e Little something about my Wolf. Now the new executive Secretary of the Kenwood mall association i am a resident of Finneytown whore i share the Good life with my husband Randy who is employees relations manager at general electric Here in town end with our two daughters Debbie 16, end Kimmle 16. I m Happy to be pert of Kenwood mall and Hope to serve it and its friends successfully. See you next Riggio and Tom Kereiakes. The faculty and administration Are represented by Harriet Hokanson Edward Wenz a n d c h a r s e Izer. Community members include Nancy Rixey Iona Mcclain Don fowls Roy Nelson and David Skidmore. Gloria Pollis represents the Pat and James Bridgeland is the continued on Page 2 John j. Nolan Madeira appointee John j. Nolan 6841 Ester le., was appointed to toe Madeira civil service commission at the Madeira Council meeting sept. 13 to fill the vacancy left by Dan Lindenmeyer who recently moved from Madeira. Nolan is a partner in the Law firm of Niemeyer and Nolan and a graduate of Thomas More College and the University of Cincinnati College of Law. He is also a Veteran of the korean War and is very Active in Madeira Knothole baseball and st. Gertrude a Parish activities. M. Friendly a if it it something that you can really keep and a treasure it is something g Worth waiting for. V if you have to wait for a few minutes when you visit George Meyer co., remember you la get the same courteous end individual service when our a a hot Friendly ones Quot wait on you. A week paid advertisement 1 com it a n v with ams Ville s02 Ohio pm. 732-395� Madeira 6940 Miami ave. 561-720� store hours mon. Thru Fri. 8 to 6 sat. A to 5 30 Sun. In to 4

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