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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - June 20, 1980, Cincinnati, OhioFoj Amateur radio club offers Aid to Anderson township the Anderson township club for Amateur radio Attar has volunteered to provide local communication during emergency situations in cooperation with police and civil defense agencies president of the club Robert l. Pohl web Day recently offered the emergency services at an Anderson township trustees meeting. Pohl general manager of the Hudepohl brewing company said that Hudepohl vehicles and emergency equipment could also be used in Case of an extreme emergency. Attar has approximately 25 members living in and around Anderson township. About 40 pieces of equipment including both Mobile and portable radios could be used during emergencies such As tornadoes fires floods snowstorms and so on. The Anderson township Board of trustees was pleased and very appreciative to know that an organized group of Amateur radio operators had volunteered to help the township in times of need. Fire chief David Cooper sr., said that Attar could be a definite asset to Anderson township. Besides this service to the elderly aided by program journal Friday Jone 20,190 a-5 Robert i. Pohl Community Attar meets informally a Over the air Quot on the two meter Amateur band at 140.46 Mhz every sunday at 10 . The club also meets socially to promote Amateur radio. Other officers include Gary Wilson w8vsa, vice president Bob Kershner w8sde, Secretary and Dick Strauss kr8e0, treasurer. For More information about Attar Contact Bob Pohl at 721-7273. Ams Pat elects officers Anderson Middle school Pat held the installation of their new officers recently. They Are or. And mrs. George Kamiki presidents mrs. And mrs. Michael Mccammon first vice presidents mrs. Ginny Crafton eighth Grade vice president mrs. Joann Madden seventh Grade vice president and mrs. Jackie Weist sixth Grade vice president. Also mrs. Carol Roberto recording Secretary a mrs. Marcia Buehler corresponding Secretary mrs. Ginny Benassi treasurer and mrs. Janet Brunner and mrs. Phyllis Riffle Hamilton county delegates. At the teachers luncheon they awarded a teachers scholarship to Michele minor seventh Grade teacher. Patil Andreadis received the ams Pat student scholarship As a former ams student. A donation was also sent to the educational loan foundation by the Pat. Next year Many new things Are being planned including a student Book store. . Has Rock concert the Urban sprawl contest and a visit entertained the fr0m or. Softy with students faculty and free ices and parents of Cream for All the immaculate heart students of Mary school May 27 at the annual Rock the Rock concert concert. Was great fun and a the concert super Way to end the featured a dance school year. Approximately 23,695 households in Hamilton county benefited last Winter under the Ohio Energy credit program. The program will provide benefits again next Winter according to William r. Bogart executive director of the Council on aging of the Cincinnati area inc. Applicants must be 65 years of age or older or permanently arid totally disabled the head of household or spouse with income of $9,000 or less per year. Benefits include a 25 percent discount on Utility Bills for the Billing months of december through april to those persons who Purchase their heating Energy from a metered Utility company and who have an income Between $5,001 and $9,000. Those applicants with an income of no More than $5,000 will receive a 30 percent discount on their metered Utility Bills. For those persons who Purchase their Energy from a retail fuel dealer it fuel Oil parking needed the City of Cincinnati could be forced to provide adequate parking for people using a Public Park near four seasons Marina. The four seasons and Washington Marine inc. Have filed a complaint in Hamilton county common pleas court in which they contend that the City Lias failed to provide adequate parking for people using the Public Park which includes athletic Fields because the City has failed to provide adequate restroom facilities people using the athletic Fields often use restrooms at the Marina maintain the Chrapla infants. The firms and the property owners James m. A Kroell and Charles f. Hall Are asking the court to enjoin the City from operating the athletic Fields in a Way that violates propane kerosene Wood Coal Etc it. The program provides a one time payment of $125 to the applicant provided that at least that amount has been spent for the heating period. For those persons whose heating costs Are included in their rent or who share a master meter the program provides a one time payment of $125 to the applicant. Applications Are now being accepted by the Ohio department of taxation for the 1980-81 Ohio Energy credit program. Bogart urged those who think they qualify to pick up an application form at the Council on aging office libraries Banks Post offices Utility companies or senior centers or to Call the Council on aging at 721-1025 for assistance in completing the application form. For additional information Call toll free the Ohio department of taxation at 1-800-282-4310. The Council on aging of the Cincinnati area inc. Was designated in 1974 by the Ohio commission on aging As the area Agency for planning and service for area one spa 1 for the state. The area Agency is responsible for the funding and coordination of programs serving the older adults within the five counties of southwestern Ohio Butler Clermont Clinton Hamilton and Warren. Horse show set for sunday boots amp bridles 1-11 club will hold its 11th annual horse show on saturday june 21, a to at Hon \ acres stables. Hopper Hill Road. There will he hot it Hunter and Western classes. Hunter classes will he held in the morning starting at 9 . Western classes will Start approve match 1 . Exhibitors and spectators Are Welcome. Refreshments it ill be available on the grounds. Membership in boots amp bridles i la club is made up primarily of voting people living in the Andes son township my. Washington area. It is open to All Young people Ages to 19. Whether or not he she owns a horse or Pony. For information regarding membership or the show please Call 231-3752 or lit it Quot a mercy sets new hours new patient visiting hours in the general medical surgical units at our lady of mercy Hospital Mariemont will be from 4 30 . To 830 daily effective immediately metro route changes Lan so elected David Dumbacher vice president treasurer of Eagle savings assn., 580 Walnut St., thursday was elected a member of the Board of directors for the Anderson area chamber of Commerce. He is a new member of the chamber and is one of three members of the Anderson township Park Board. Lane greenhouses sixties greenhouses to choose from Sale All Spring plants i hanging baskets reduced a Fiaai Cigar area to Naka room for foil crops Large House plants now available their rights Queen City metro will adjust nine routes to begin summer schedules effective june 22, 1980. The route 1 Ezzard Charles drive downtown bus will be rerouted to enter the drive and Layover in front of Union terminal on All inbound trips. This will accommodate those travelling to the new Cincinnati Union terminal shopping area. Other routes affected by the service adjustment Are route 6-Queen City Cheviot route 10 Price Hill Sidney Cimarron route 11 Madison Road Mariemont route 33 Glenway Gilsey route 43 Reading read Roselawn Lockland route 69 Erie Madison Ville Delta route 45-Bond Hill and route 47 Winton place Winton Terrace. New ride guides will be available after june 17, 1980. For metro information Call 621-4455. Hospital administrator or Margaret Schwab rsm. Announced today. The change is necessary in an attempt to alleviate overcrowded parking conditions at the Hospital which Are becoming increasingly worse each Day or. Margaret said. Visiting hours for special units of the Hospital will remain the same. The Hospital currently is seeking a building permit from the Village of Mariemont to construct a 200-car garage addition. Construction of this Extension remodelling and expansion of the Hospital s outpatient emergency and ancillary areas have been approved by the state of Ohio and the Board of trustees of the health planning and resource development association of the Central Ohio River Valley t Corva. Box meat Sale 14 rib Eye steaks 26�� reports for duty Marine pfc. Jincy r. Wortham daughter of a Ola m. Wortham of 3135 Elkhorn drive has reported for duty with 3rd Force service support group on Okinawa. A graduate of Withrow High school she joined the Marine corps in sept., 1979. Also flowering potted plants african violets mums a la echoes exact m from Lane greenhouses 2929 fair Oak Ltd. 40 mushroom steaks 22�� 50 pizza steaks 16�� 3 Days Only thur. Fri. Sat. Higher prices Are coming Stock up now. This will be one of the last times offered at these Partridge Metts 69 la. Beef orders from 69 la. To i1 la. All beef sold yield Grade All meat sold hanging weight guarantee if not completely Satis lied with flavor tenderness return within to Days and your Purchase will be replaced tree of charge a 2 i. South of mount Holly. Come out or a 125 turn South on lindane my. Holly re. O and follow our signs 2 i. Or Call 763-6799 40 cubed steaks $28�� Box St. Veronica Church breaded mushrooms 5 Coo 9 Box presents its annual ground Chuck $149 i la. Sat. June 21,4-11 . Sun june 22, noon-10 . Featuring a a major award prizes $1,000 g a Home cooked roast beef amp Chicken dinners it it a amp refreshments sandwiches amp pizza of games rides amp prizes a Fraun for the entire family it. Carmel 4473 my. Carmel Tobasco re. Partridge Bologna 22 la 25 la pork bundle $40�� pork chops pork steaks a pork roasts a pork sausage a Bacon with Purchase of beef Side split half hog free cuts we accept food stomps charge it 0 Days same As Cash no payments until july 20th 1980 hours Mon. Thru wed. 9-7 thurs. Fri. 9- closed Sun. Imam via use your m extra lean Small order Sample this one consists of rib too face Swiss Stoa kit net it lbs. Pot Roost e . Ribs w Stow moot ground roof . Choice ii 50�� Partridge brats $159 i la. Boiled Ham $199 i la. American cheese $019 Al is. Swiss or Colby cheese 2? bundle #2 it Bone Steak a sirloin Steak a round Steak a sirloin tip roast a Rump roast a ground beef Etc. $�0�� net it. 25 lbs. The meat shop 12 Donald or. Pc a fled Ohio 863-7145 or 863-7544 Carillon place in the Bells Partridge Bacon 39 la

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