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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - April 03, 1974, Cincinnati, OhioCity running out of Gas the City of Deer Park is running out of Gas but the state of Ohio does no to classify it is a hardship situation. A a in a ver get unhappy about it Quot safety service director Henry Camp said last week when he received word that Deer Park is not considered eligible for additional Gas supplies under the state set aside program a your needs Are 1900 Gallons a month and they want us to get by on 1450.1 told them there a no Way we ran leave 25 percent of the garbage on the Street. Camp said he was told by one spokesman that a sanitary emergency could he considered enough for hardship status to be granted. But that request was later denied. A the right hand does no to know what the left hand is doing up there a Camp said. Deer Parks supplier is Texaco which is giving the City about 74 percent of the Gas it used last year. Camp says the March allocation has been used and the City will have to rely on local Gas stations until the april Supply is available. Texaco charges the City 41 cents a gallon. Buying from local stations Means the City pays More lamp said. 100 percent allocation from Texaco. A we have about 200 Gallons left a Camp said Friday a and in a saving that for emergencies and weekends. E has applied to the Federal Energy office for life Library Ohio historical society 1932 Velona ave cd 1 it bus Ohio 4 3211 a ii u. A postage \ bulk plate i paid Ohio i pm Imit to m80 j to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 Ntim in pm serve no the communities of Mue Ash Montgomery amb Tracy Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Lidge Hrechun Kennedy Heights Hil Vertone Kenwood Levy Park Rossmoyne built Ovate Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity vol. Xiii no. 36 Cincinnati Ohio wednesday april 3, 1974 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 in Blue Ash plans ready for inspection team to be trained Urban league to coordinate bikeway system redevelopment in Hazelwood a seven mile system of bikeway in Blue Ash could be completed As Early As july administrative assistant Marvin Thompson says. Thompson says a committee charged with making recommendations for Bike paths in the City has completed its work and City administrators Hope to be ready in april to ask Council to advertise for bids. Major routes would include an East West route from Sycamore High school to Raymond Walters College and a North South route from the Blue Ash Myca to the new Sycamore High school site on Cornell re. Existing Side streets would be used As feeder lines leading to these routes. Paths on major streets would be six foot Asphalt paths separated from the Street. Paths on Side streets would not be separated or marked off but signs will be erected to Tell motorists a bikeway exists Thompson said. Construction should take about two to three months from the time bids Are let he said. $44,000 has been budgeted for bikeway and that is about How much the City expects the project will Cost Thompson says. Kenwood re. Will not he on the list of streets scheduled to get bikeway because drainage problems there would make the project loo expensive according to Thompson. A we considered it a he said a but it was just too Thompson said the City would also eventually like to construct a Bike path along Cornell re. Plans will be presented to the planning commission and the recreation commission and then to Council at its april 25 meeting. Thompson said. The City of Blue Ash will contract with the Urban league of greater Cincinnati for help in redeveloping and cleaning up Hazelwood. Council voted thursday to contract with the league for the services of Thomas Graves housing director and Jessie Wiles assistant housing director who will work in the area 20 hours a week for the next year. They will be paid $13, 00o plus t r a v e i and transportation expenses to do the following provide awareness training to an inspection team to be made up of City inspectors and one Hazelwood resident. Work with surveyors contractors and developers. Direct a co Ihm Unity clean up program. Work with the City in coordinating financial interests concerning the Hazelwood development program. Assist the City in coordinating Hazel Wood a Community development and Multi family apartment Complex. I1 Val Date the first year of the action plan Graves a has recommended for Hazelwood. Begin to develop financial assistance to support development programs for the next three to five years. Work with the Hazelwood improvement corporation and the h a Zel Wood comm u nity association. City manager Vic Tim said a. Clean up program is already going on in the area and door to door inspection will begin As soon As inspectors Are trained probably in the next month or two. The Urban league says the City immediately needs to generate some Fina Cial resources to Start rehabilitation jobs. Identify Homes that do not have sewers tapped and what individual resources Are available for Hook up. Attempt to have As Many untapped sewers As possible hooked up during Street construction. Identify potential investors and developers for apartments a and shopping facilities. New Street lights installation of 86 new Street lights to be located at intersections throughout the City should begin in the next two months. Suhm said the lights will be installed for traffic safety and for the safety of children standing at Comer bus stops during dark mornings. Residents were questioned and police were consulted before the location of the lights was decide de Park Council voted to approve a development plan for Hazelwood Park and authorized the manager to advertise for bids. Council also announced its intent to exercise eminent Domain Over two lots needed for the Park. Owners were offered $2,389 for each of the pieces of Quot property. A Schildhauer and Duff engineers and surveyors were hired for $6,900 to provide engineering ser vices for Malabar Park development plans. City manager Suhm said this will constitute phase 2 of the improvements planned for the Park which will include grading and draining of four Ball diamonds piping of a Creek that runs through the Park construction of a new driveway and parking lot installation of sewer lines and. Restrooms and construction of four Tennis co u it s a. It d basketball courts. Suhm said the engineering study should be finished in june with grading to begin at the end of the baseball season in late july. Council also authorized the a amp a Radabaugh co. To make grading and drainage improvements to the Westerly Ball Diamond at Malsbary for a. Coat of $2,232. In 26th District voting system to be tested the Hamilton county Board of elections will use the 26th District to test new voting equipment that could eventually replace the Coleman system in Hamilton county. Robert uth head of operations at the Board said the new system involving ism cards to be counted by minicomputers will be used throughout the 26th District during the May 7 primary. If it is successful the Board will probably vote to buy the system and begin using it in other districts in november with plans for it to supplement the Coleman system and perhaps even eventually replace it. Voters will be Given ism cards instead of paper ballots. The cards will be punched by machines inside the voting Booths and will be counted at the Board of elections by three mini computers. Uth says the computers can count about 1,800 votes per minute which he says is a considerably faster than Coleman., the 26th District was chosen As a test area because it has the greatest combination of ethnic and economic groups in the county and the greatest number of split districts. Such As fire and school districts a in terms of administration the 26th District is prob 1 y p on r b biggest headache. 4 the said. It will Cost the Board about $44,000 to use the new equipment May 7about the same As it would Cost to use the Coleman system if the Board decides to buy the system the $44,000 will go towards its Purchase. It would coat about $150,000 to Purchase the system for one District uth said. A if the Board goes with this it will probably b piecemeal at first a he said. Inc method might be to continue Coleman in Cincinnati and use the new system throughout the rest of the county uth said. Right now the ism is used in 38 states including los Angeles where there Are several million voters. Uth said the Board was a urged rather strongly by to e Secretary of state Ted Brown to find a faster system than Coleman. Uth says the Board will be contacting local organizations Quot to sponsor demonstrations of the new system before May 7. Inside mini chefs st. Saviour. Parish preschoolers will commemorate Palm sunday and the beginning of passover apr. 7, by making loaves of. Unleavened bread. About 8� four and five year Olds from the Parish attend sunday school Type classes every sunday where they Are taught the basics of their Faith by Volunteer teacher mothers. Above from left Tim Marikay. Julie Madden and Collen Curry get a head Start on their baking. After hearing about the significance of unleavened bread the children will eat the fruits of their labor with Peanut butter and Jelly and Kool Aid. A my reckless driving Montgomery it id new appointment. Montgomery mayor Robert Novak left congratulates John Prisock. 10348 Radabaugh dr., upon his appointment to the Montgomery civil service commission. Police charged Harold Marty 9871 Forest Glenn with reckless driving after the car he was driving struck a. Guard rail on 1-71 at the Cross county Highway mar. 26 around 10 15 . Ridge has recreation problems solved Page 5. Moeller Deer pm. In champs tourney Page 6. A i n c inn a t i amp c k o o i Board member responds to letter. Reader reaction Page 2. A new Way to vote editorial Page 2, nativity captures state co title nativity Bruins basketball team. Pleasant Ridge captured the state co championship sunday March 31, by defeating st. Peter and Paul Warren Ohio 44-37 at the state tournament in Canton Ohio. The Bruins brought Home the first state title for a Cincinnati team in 20 years. The nativity team is made up of juniors and seniors from Purcell and st. Xavier High school. And does it Well Erma Bombeck enjoys making people laugh by Maureen ii he Man women a lib has Gloria Steinem homemakers have Erma Bombeck. She arrived in Cincinnati wednesday to speak to More than 1000 women who filled the Kenwood theatre for the last talk in this years Montgomery woman a club town lecture series. Mrs. Bombeck is a slightly plump pretty lady with tanned face Bright Blue eyes and a Radiant Gap toothed smile. She is also very funny. A i am Here Only by the indulgence of my she said seriously. One thousand women leaned Forward in their seats. Wondering is she ill did she get up from a sick bed to come to Cincinnati a a in a suffering from Post Natal mrs. Bombeck confided a a in a still in maternity underwear. The dirty clothes Are piling up. The kid Isnit toilet trained yet and he s the con was on and laughter filled the theatre for the next hour. Erma Bombeck. For All her alleged Domestic foibles is one of the most polished journalist humorists in the Trade. She follows in the comic tradition of Jean Kerr who immortalized life with several Small boys in a please done to eat the daisies and charged in hold up Silverton police have charged John Dooley. 16, Northdale rd., Kennedy Heights with aggravated robbery in connection with a hold up at the United Dairy Farmers store. Silver tor. February 12. Police said he was a fire ended by Newport Folice March 29. Phylis Diller stand up comedian of Domestic humor Par excellence. The Domestic scene is mrs. Bom Becky a bread and butter and her meat is the external Battle of the sexes and generations. She could car recovered before owner finds it stolen Anthony Coletta a car was stolen Friday night and it was recovered before he Ever found out. Montgomery police said they notified Coletta 7960 Remmington rd., that his car had been recovered in Clermont county after it was taken sometime during the night. Coletta had been sleeping and never knew the car was missing. Montgomery police charged William Mitchell 1005 e. Mcmillan st. And Thomas Luther. Rural it. 2. Parker re. Goshen with Auto larceny. Make up for a whole decade of dumb wife and dumb Mother in Law jokes with such scenes As Erma in her Best Negligee slithering up to her husband who is watching monday night football. A want to nibble on my she whispers to him intimately. A a what a wrong Are we out of Chip dip a he answers without loo ing up from the to. Such Are the Domestic scenes mrs. Bombeck recreates so vividly that every woman who is wife or Mother recognizes and responds with laughter. A i Tyve a realistic attitude about children mrs. Ito Lieck tells the audience Iti her Best child psychologist voice. A i recognize children for what they Are a pause a a a curse from it him for an Early when Erma is sick she coughs weakly and informs her husband she is going a to that big Utility room in the Quot does this mean you re not going to get up and fix breakfast a he asks. The audience responded affectionately to Erma Bombeck and she responded with an obvious warmth. She is an eminently Clever lady and she obviously enjoys making people laugh. She told the audience that the secret of her Success is honesty. The honesty is brutally funny at times. At one Point Erma explained How she began her career. An editor of the Dayton arrested in Madeira Mark b. Sackett. 616 Blanch ave. Reading was arrested by Madeira police March 26 in connection with disturbances at the chances Are lounge 7688 c a i a r g 4 a r d. H e w a s charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. They Are Bob Howison Bill Luning Shawn of Brien Denny Keidel Frank Foy Tim Long Joe Fritsch Mark s t i c k 1 e a Bob Sheeran. Mark Mueller and John Cain. The championship team is coached by Paul Imwalle assisted by George Imwalle. The coach s father. Victory came in an overtime game on the 3rd Day of the tournament that Drew 16 teams regional champions from All areas of Ohio. The Bruins were Quot led by Mark Mueller. Purcell senior who scored 22 Points in the finals. Nativity Defeated st. Eugene of Cuya hoga Akron st. Peter of Canton st. Bed wig of Toledo before their final win Over st. Peter and. Paul. Or. My a if Bondi is nativity shearing on municipal building Parish athletic director. The team had a 12-2 record in its regular season. Journal asked her to do a column about Day to Day family life. He was convinced there was a lot of humor in family life. A Are you kidding a mrs. Bombeck responded. A what i know every woman in America knows and. Is drinking Gin in the afternoon trying to forget what she found out is that All the women who know what she knows love Reading and laughing about it in mrs. Bombeck a syndicated column. A Public meeting will be held in Blue Ash. Apr. 11,8 . In the 1st National Bank building to discuss design proposals and costs for a new municipal building. Architectural elevations floor plans and Cost figures will be displayed and residents will be invited to till out evaluation forms which will be reviewed by Council prior to making a decision to accept a bid. Bids will he accepted or rejected at a special meeting apr. 18. 7 30 . In the Bank building. The new building is planned for a 26 acre site on Cooper re. Across from the Comox corporation. Bids will open apr. 9 at 10 . Flax Ai Silverton meeting William. Flax. Gop candidate for Congress in the 1st District will be the guest speaker at the apr. 5 meeting of the Silverton Republican club. 8 . In i h to m u n i c i a i building. The unexpected you never know what Little goodies Lurk in the Depths of csn1 classifieds. Or Quot big goodies for that matter. Robert Yates sold a $�3,000 Home in Fairfax to the first person who called about it. A they paid Cash. I never expected such Good and fast results. A expect the unexpected when you use or peruse Csini classifieds. 731-7170

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