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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - September 17, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioL l b f y Ohio Hiitt Rieti satiety 1q35 a la a vac a ave. Co Uaima Ohio 43211 ii a. Postal paid of Ftp a of tall of pen wit key to place to classified cd dial 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday a display advertising amp news dial 331-0234 .1 a it a a the turn Umpei of vol. To. 7 of Fine to it Mizomi by am Bertch cd Kyge it Diun Hill Madeira Mcewing ruin Hereim Kennedy height Stiv Rutm Deer Fork hons Nyit Dibatt Neomle fridge wind Mark of circulation into grit i3c Cincinnati. Ohio. Wednesday september 17, 1975 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 at Deer Park Council with r answers Healy names of six adult education at pleasant Ridge aunt Jane of the pleasant Ridge Branch Library 6233 Montiy winery re. Has free and nit education classes booklets. The Booklet lists names of a nurses that can be taken for fan or prof it in Tich locations As Norwood High school us was tel i i Imma lore College Princeton adult evening school. Northern Kentucky state College and Ohio mechanics instill the. There is something for everyone including criminal Justice ancient history guitar. Russian receptionist training human relations in business nursing Home administration. Jazz and blues and Art appreciation and history. Nearly 310 subjects Are offered in 45 different location throughout greater Cincinnati. Report due oct 6 by a Nancy Schliess councilman Francis Healy asked mayor w i 11 i a m k1 e i m a a to publicly name the six per sons who had been apprised of the alleged tax embezzlement which occurred in 1973. At Deer Parks sept. 11 Council meeting. The six were referred to in a letter to a a suburban life on May 28. But were not named. Mayor k Lei Man. Said the group included. Former police chief Nick Nimersheim former auditor Michael Mcgahan. The tax commissioner solicitor James Wais Safe to service director Henry Camp and the tax clerk. Bicentennial events and plans in the City arc in full swing. De Hirsch chairman of the Deer Park Bicentennial commission. Reported a. Two hour choral program Quot will he Given sept. 28 at Crawford auditorium in the High school. Before the music. Senator Robert Taft will present the official Bicentennial certificate to the City. Al or nth. 3817 o Leary ave., said a logo has been designed for use on the City s police cruisers. In response to Entebi a request that the City pay the cot of the logos., councilman Francis Healy moved this be done. No definite commitment was made by Council about partial or full payment for eight Entrance signs announcing Deer Park As a Bicentennial Community. The eight signs will Cost. $127.60.a several other events Are also upcoming said Mersch. The Flag contest discussed at the aug. 14 meeting is open to residents and organizations of Deer Park. There is no limit on entries but Only one prize will be awarded to any individual or organization. A first piste in the Flag contest will be a $50 savings Bond second and third prizes will be $25 savings Bonds. Mayor Kiei Roan presented belated awards to several athletes from Deer Park High and praised their Cohen for his efforts. The mayor also introduced Warren Ritchie As auditor Donald committee studies soil in Cherokee sewer area by Maureen councilman Allen Reed chairman of Madeira s Public works committee said his committee will consider a soil study in report connection with the Cherokee sewer proposal at its next meeting either the 22nd or 29th of this month. No action was taken on the sewer question at Madeira a sept. 8 meeting. Reed a said. Later he did not want to reveal the soil study findings until his committee members had had a Chance to study the reports. A formal report to Council will be made at the oct. 6 Council meeting Reed said. Reed said the sewer decision is a difficult one. Nobody is really oppose to the sewer its the Large amount of Money involved that has people concerned he said. Residents tapping into the Cherokee sewer could pay As much As $8,-000 or More for the sewer band canvasses Sycamore districts 17 annual a Rand Quot tag Day will be held saturday sept. 20, 10-1 . Uniformed band members will canvass Homes in the District. Contributions go towards uniforms and contest expenses for the Sycamore High school marching Rand. System. Reed said he realizes what a. Sacrifice , be to homeowners but he added a a it a like going to the Hospital ultimately they Are going to have to the Cherokee area does t have sewers but now relies on septic tanks which will soon have to be replaced. The Cost of sewers Quot is constantly rising like so Many other goods and services. Councilman Art Smith has announced that he will Quot not run for re election. He is chairman of councils building and grounds committee. Forest Atkins of Longfield or. Will now become a part of the Republican endorsed slate of Madeira Council candidates. City manager George babe announced that set. Richard Pope o the. Madeira police dept was a Illiam m. I air is a candidate for of Silver Lon. Kuhr with his wife Marcia and their four sons Are longtime residents of Silverton. Kuhr is presently serving As treasurer by appointment. He will have completed almost a full term by the end of 1075. Bill is president of command services computer services and is a Public accountant. His residence is 3818 South Broad Lawn Circle. Graduated Magna cum. Aude from us with an. Assoc. Science degree in Law enforcement. It s official full time students under 18 won t have to pay the City s three fourths percent earning tax. The ordinance was passed monday. The ordinance was the Compromise outcome of a request by Don Hunter 6009 Madeira Hills dr., to exempt All persons 18 and under from the tax. In other business. Council a voted to put six amendments on the nov. Ballot a authorized a contract with Savage. Chappelie and Schulte co. For engineering work on the Camargo ltd. Bridges. A accepted a bid of Salt for $15.29 a ton a accepted the Hosbrook property for a City Park and Bird Sanctuary. Underbrush will be cleared benches will probably be put in and possibly a foot path the City manager said. The new City r e p 1 a c i n g Guenther. In other a business a the mayor read a letter a fro Deer Park Community schools about jurisdiction Over non teaching personnel. A the Ohio municipal league has determined that All meetings shall be open to Public except in certain circumstances. A a ramp must be provided. Whenever new eur Bartgis installed. Councilman. Dennis Mckeown asked that kit Lite chief John Niehaus a a present at the sept. 25 meeting. Council agreed. V oter vans at Sycamore a i bile voter registry ion vans will be in Sycamore township this week a and next. On sept. 19, a Van will be at Wyandotte school. Kenwood re. I-8 . In the parking lot. On sept. 26, a Van will be at vow Hall. Blue Ash rd., 1-8 . In the parking lot. Local Blacksmith Blacksmith Frank Mcginnis of Modem. Will or on of lbs craftspeople exhibiting al the Miami Purchase fall Craft fair al Sharon a ill agr. The fair will or slur it la and sunday. Vii. 27 and 28. Noon-1 . At Sharon a owl tillage. Hartm n Impf Park. Narv i Trier of Madeira will do to it it a Trale China painting a it a done a Rook Wood pottery. Pri Rejla Pope. Peer Ideal of girl Seoul troop 3 of Indian Hill will bring troop member to the fair to Demon rate fancy needlework. Candle making Wood earring. The net Ling ral Tig rap to and la a Ket Wea my will also he a be ion rated. A a a Cissell says sell Blue Ash Airport Cincinnati City councilman Jim Quot cd so Etc says the Blue Ash Airport is costing Cincinnati More than $200.000 per year. He wants the City to sell the Airport or turn it Over to an Independent Airport authority. In a statement released this week. Cissell said a the operation of the Blue Ash Airport is of no apparent Benefit to the City a and is a Drain on the City s budget in 1.973 the subsidy was $200.060 and in �?T74 and 75 it was $210.004 and its projected to us $22 >.0 in 1976, he said. The Blue Ash Airport May need substantial capital expenditures to maintain Faa standards. Cissell said. According to his statement total Airport revenues in 1974 were $42,-289 with expenses of $256,-122 the councilman will ask the City manager to report on losses to Cincinnati during the years of its operation of the Airport. Cissell also wants to know Quot Why the. Cut a of thou to. It airports Lunken and Blue Ash from two different depart Merit and he wants report at 1 a trier1 Blue so Airport is operated out of Cincinnati s dept of Public works. Lunken out of the dept of Public. Utilities. 7 candidate. Walter c. W or Ter. Hoit Lake ave., announce his candidacy As a democratic write in candidate for City solicitor in Deer Park. W a Ulster 27, is a graduate of Mississippi school of Law. He interned. In the Mississippi slate prosecutor office. W Ulster is a member of the arbitral Tion Board Lia Millon county court of common pleas and the Cincinnati bar Assoc. Committee a in ethics. He run a in a policy of injecting new vitality into the Legal affairs Tif the City aiding the mayor in mayor s court and keeping the pot ire abreast of Law changes which affect the it to. Tires stolen More than $2,000 Worth of tires and wheels were stolen from Williams Ford 9260 Montgomery rd., last weekend. Tennis study not ready Amberley to buy insurance for officials by Smith acting on recommendations from the Council Law committee Amberley. Village Council voted at the sept. 7 meeting to Fiu Chase Public official a ability insurance from the Reserve insurance company. Chicago. Illinois. The insurance will Cost $1.410 for one year and covers each elected and appointed official for up to a million. Beal said. A because of the trend of court cases and lawsuits against pubic officials 1 done to think we can afford to be without this he stated that defending is fall time for Montgomery Art show Wely fall year again. Fall begins the skies miraculously Clear to a vivid Blue the Sun shines Brigl itly but not too Are Cool perfect weather for an Art show. One of this areas most popular and prestigious shows the sum walk Art show of the Montgomery kiwanis club will be inside this sunday sept. 21, noon-6 . Harry Henderly is general chairman of this the 20th annual show. An impressive panel of judges includes Robert Fabe also mrs. Flood Berg Robert Cremins Stuart Fink. Hoppe Mcnesky Quinn and. Lawrence Robert a Tiernan Bernard Bicentennial Star this quilt named the Bicentennial Star will be one of thereal stars of the Montgomery kiwanis Art show this sunday. The quilt has been hand stitched by women at the Sycamore senior adult Multi service Center for the Montgomery Bicentennial commission. There will be a drawing for the Quill at the Art show. The Bicentennial commission will have the quilt on exhibit al Montgomery Square shopping Center sept. 19, 10-2 . And the 20th, 11-3 . Tickets Are available at the Art show. Of Kenwood woman s club Golf tourney winners Page 8, Montgomery plan detailed for downtown merchants Page 2. Indian Hill names new football coach Page 3. A Watts what at Csc treble and Bass Page 5. Schmidt. More1 than. .300 exhibits will be ready to Charm an estimated crowd of 15,-000 to 20,000. Some talented Young artist under 18 will go Home with a College scholarship in hand for his or her winning Art entry. For younger artists a Bike will be the prize. There will also be Cash prizes Quot ribbons a and a Silver trophy for Best of show. Some of the Best Art bargains in the world can be found at this kind of Art show where Good local Art is available at reasonable prices. The Bicentennial commissions Star quilt will be pm display my. Perhaps the Luckiest person of All the show will take that Home. Stop by to see the quilt before the drawing. Rain Date is sept. 28. A lawsuit Cost so much that it could prove very expensive to the Village of Amberly if an official was sued. He explained that the insurance does not cover dishonest acts by officials. But covers Only their official acts. S everal amb e r i y resident Utt nerd the sept. 7 cd my ril meeting anticipating an Opportunity to find a hit Thi results Tif the engineering study of Tennis court vites. They were disappointed. However Becay use the Survey a not yet been t Ompie led. Councilman 4 alter Meyer said Council expected the study to be available very scion. Oty solicitor Augustu Beal a ured All of those present that the newspapers will be notified in Advance if a special meeting is called to study the Survey. City manager Thomas Wesson reported that the Low bid for three new police cruisers came Felt Economy Chevrolet with their bid hemp $400 lower than the1 nearest competitor. Council passed a motion to Purchase the cruisers at $10,737.75 including Trade in. The cars fully equipped and painted in the new paint scheme Are to be delivered in 60 Davs. A a -. Wesson reported that following the partial collapse of Wise Center being constructed on Ridge re All construction was stopped until an engineers report was obtained stating that it was Safe to continue construction a the significant Beal added. A is that we had to have Assurance in writing that the builders would Quot not use any material have been damaged in the the a treet and i Highway continued on Page two Montgomery show s frth.lf7rs-ba at the Montgomery kiwanis Art show sunday w ill see some Lovely exhibits such As this charming painting of an old House. More than 15.000 people Are expected to attend. Chester s roadhouse antique cars will be on display. A
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