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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - April 21, 1976, Cincinnati, OhioNicer society Library Ohio historical society 1982 Velma ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 lil u. S. Pos Mas bulk rate paid Cincis 4a a dmi3 i .�4 j. M cry amp Effit to place a clarified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 fight cancer mrs. Robert Stout 10509 Cinderella dr., left has been named Branch chairwoman and or. Ranald s. Harrelaos 7638 Drift wind cl., Captain in the Montgomery area cancer Roando. Mrs. Henry Freudenstein .5450 e. Galbraith rd., not pictured in Captain of her area. Volunteer will collect door to door contribution to the american cancer society apr. 24-25. Filed Friday in Amber Ley Tennis petitions May be invalid mme a so Vang the communities of hire Ash. I it a a ref it Mery mfr Erie Village India Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights site cram Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Duke me Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity vol. Xiv no. 38 Cincinnati. Ohio wednesday april 21, 1976 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 by Sandy Smith petition calling for a referendum vote on the building of Tennis courts in Amberley Village were filed with die Village clerk on april 16. However the question of their Validity seems to have already been put to rest. Councilwoman Gloria Haffer said the Legal counsel for the petitioners ha9 conceded to Village solicitor Augustus Beall iii that the petitions Are invalid. Beall said there were several irregularities in the procedures of circulating and filing the petitions which make them invalid. Sixteen petitions bearing 432 signatures were filieo with Elsie Roush Village clerk. Beall said according to the Village charter 361 signatures or 20 percent of the persons who voted. In the last general election Are required. The reasons for invalidity have to do with the Way to petitions were prepared and filed rather than with the number of signatures. Under the charter the mayor must appoint a 3- in tuber committee to det Irnine the Validity of the petitions. The com Mittee is made up of one of it the representatives who support the petitions the Village deck and one other member. Haffer said she believes the procedure of having the committee determine Validity will still have to be followed. But she said Richard Erickson counsel for the petitioners has said he will not contest a decision by the committee that the petitions Are invalid. The committee who support the petitions and represent the petitioners in any action Are Stan Gershuny 7041 Dens in. Carol Adler 2504 Oak Ridge and Ernst Friedrich 8535 Kentland it. Roush confirmed that councilwoman Barbara Steinberg is listed As a circulator on six of the petitions filed. Those petitions account for 143 . Steinberg a member of the recreation committee was opposed to Tennis courts at the municipal building location. The co m m i t the however recommended that courts. Be constructed there with Steinberg dissenting. Designs winning calculator don41,d Joseph Estep Junior at Indian Hill High a won first Over 600 entrants in the research and development category of the Ohio Industrial arts convention with Bis four function calculator. The convention was last month in Cleveland. Joe started work on the project last july. In addition to building the calculator Joe wrote two reports a one explaining the project and the other concerning the effects of the computer on Man. Paul Holtzman. Also a High school Junior designed the stand for the calculator. In the six years of Indian Hill s participation in the Competition 136 bios ribbons have been awarded for mechanical drawing in., in research and development category Indian Hill has had a student win first place each time. Dennis Dupps teaches mechanical drawing at the school. Sewer Bonds on Sale May 13 storm sewer Bonds in. The amount of 1500,000 will be offered for Sale by the City of Deer Park noon thursday May 13. The announcement came at the special apr. 13 Council meeting. Council a del also act on awarding and fixing the rate of interest on the Bonds on the 13th. Student night it was student night at Deer Park Council. Student officers were Michelle of Connor of Deer Park High mayor Mark Boyd Deer Park High Council president Vanessa Bell Deer Park auditor David Coffey Deer Park treasurer Cheryl Burge Deer Park solicitor Julie Balbach. Regina clerk Laura Siddall Deer Park Councilperson Ward i Simone Black Regina Councilperson Ward 2 Glenn Kunkel Moeller Councilperson Ward 4 Charlie Ernst Moeller Council at Large Molly Coulehan Regina Council at Large ten Meno it. Notre Dame Council at Large Marty Bienke Deer Park safety service director. Commendations the student Council passed resolutions commending Doug Wimmers and police explorer Post 82 for their winning design of a Flag for Deer Park. They also honoured Deer Park Sycamore kiwanis club for sponsoring the student Council evening. In other business a letter from con rail said the tracks on. Blue Ash re. Will be repaired beginning in May. A Council honoured Jerry Jackson who is retiring for his 8 years of service on the recreation Board. He is immediate past chairman. A Council passed a Resolution for issuance of $25,000 renewal notes in anticipation of issuance of Bonds for the municipal garage building. A the month of apr. Was proclaimed by mayor Francis Healy to be Industrial safety month in. Deer Park. A Oki has asked the City to consider a bikeway system. There is Federal Money available for a bikeway but deadline for acting is the end of apr. A William Miller kiwanis president and member of st. Johns school Board asked Council to consider a Flasher Light at Webster and Plainfield roads. Mem inside Kenwood House tour mrs. Ray Keegan left tour hostess for Kenwood woman s club House Lour admires the China and hand-carved1 Buffet in the Home of mrs. Harold Freeman right mrs. Freeman s georgian colonial is one of the six Homes on the Lour apr. 27, 10-4 . Other Homes Are the Edward Wambach the al cast Rue c is the Jon impels. The George Bushes and the Robert Valvanos. Mesdames William Vining and Alexander Pappas Are co chairwoman. Tickets Are with members or at st. Paul methodist Church on the 27th. A Flea Market and hand made Prises will be at the Church beginning at 10. Of Call Quot the Lawn a mat Many seeding Quot fungus control herbicides 8 crabgrass control fertilizing insecticides Power aeration poster rolling ask about Lawn a mat s famous m a greens keeper care program Quot 1���� proven on Over Ain Luon lswm8 Wuhu Lawn a Mawori for a free Lawn analysis without Obog Atteo Call 793-0480 now even thou she lives in Milford Sharon Rutherford knew that Csini classifieds worked for her. Shed found Homes for her free Kittens puppies Etc. In the past. But would people actually drive out there to buy an antique mantel piece a Range a Rocker and ice Cream chairs she gave it a try one week last strangely but the Ever popular ice Cream chairs usually the first to go. The second time her and ran was a different Story. The chairs sold right away. Csini is As near As your phone. 731-7170. Saeteu acc Weze 7896 Cam Argo Road 3l Ward for up def a bedding plants a hanging Batkas a Blooming plants a corsages a Spring Arranga mints 3tommra of Jacov trustees learn of vandalism boys burning cars in Sycamore twp. By Sandy Smith Dennis Lantry Sycamore township juvenile officer told trustees at the april 15 meeting that five or six incidents of cars being set on fire have been reported to him in the past several weeks. Lantry said that so far no one has been Hurt. All of the incidents have occurred on Blue Ash re. In Rossmoyne Lantry said one of the victims has Given police a description of one of the juveniles. Police suspect two or three male White juveniles Are involved Ages approximately 14-16. A no one a been Hurt Lantry said. A but if one of these cars blows up some kid is going to get killed or badly i entry said police need the cooperation of residents in apprehending these vandals. The police will investigate any valid Romp-1 a i n i even if it is Anonymous. Lantry said. However if the police do not see a crime taking place no charges can be brought unless a citizen will testify As a prosecuting witness. A report which Lantry submitted to trustees stated that he was assigned a total of 29 cases for investigation during the month of March. Of those cases 11 were1 closed by arrest. Juvenile cases in Sycamore township Are heard by Martin Pic ales Sycamore township juvenile referee. Lantry said a has noted a trend of serious problems developing in several areas. A number of cd radios and stereo tape decks have been stolen from cars parked at the Sycamore High school parking lot. Also there has been a rash of thefts of purses and personal property from the High school. Lantry has conducted an information session at the school to stress the importance of keeping valuables in a secure place. Lantry told trustees that aspect but not enough Tidence to make an arrest. The threatening phone Calls to mothers in the school District seem to have ceased. He said he did have a Itaf Evic trustees Sre still considering whether to install the civil defense sirens that were recommended by the office of disaster preparedness. In a letter dated March 19, the county civil defense1 office described the locations for three sirens to fit into a plan to cover the entire county. Sirens were recommended at pogues Montgomery and Kenwood roads Kugler Mill rd., 300 it. South of Kenwood Plainfield rd., continued on Page 14 $403,500 May be jeopardized locally 6 a keep up with local sports pages 7, 8, 9 a lots of residents making the mrs in our a news makers co Lumn Page 4 Syverton discusses possible loss of funds Page 3 who was John Madeira find out tonight Page 3 we have so much news on pages 10 amp 14, you May be in it they went out of their Way. Month. In one Days time she was cleaned out of everything suburban life area communities will have to abandon some capital improvements if Hamilton county a a application for $2.2 million in Federal funds from. Hud housing and Urban development is not approved. The co Umb us Hud office has forwarded the county a application to Washington with a recommendation that the funds be denied. The Columbus hud1 has asked the Hamilton county commissioners to enforce a county wide equal Opportunity housing Standard. Hud has also objected to what it terns insufficient input of minority groups in the proposal and Lack of an affirmative action program in county jobs. The commissioners do not believe enforcing an equal Opportunity housing Standard in county communities is within their scope of authority. The commissioners May bypass Columbus and take their request directly to the Washington Hud office. The funds Are in jeopardy but they Are not necessarily fugitive dog eludes police Madeira police have sighted a dog several times in the last few Days which they believe to be the one that bit 14-year-old Mark Robertson. However sgt Richard Pope said officers have been unable to catch the dog. If the dog is not apprehended before the weekend the victim will have to undergo rabies shots As a Normal precaution. Pope said the police Are trying to locate a Tran 3uilizer gun to use on the of the next time he appears. Pope said the dog a German Shepherd has come out of a wooded area South of Kenwood Hills at about 7 30 . For the past couple Days. However he has vanished Back into the Woods before anyone could get near him. Pope said he plans to station two men with the tranquil Izer gun in the Woods on. Wednesday mor lost and county Community development director a fames Lowrey who has done much work on the application has urged Community officials not to be alarmed. One local City official commented a a we re not really programs in jeopardy locally if the funds Are not approved however include a Blue Ash $20,000 for Low Cost Home improvement Loans to City residents $42,000-$52,000 for Tennis courts at Malsbary Park. A Deer Park $30,000 to build storm sewers. A Montgomery $45,-000-160,000 for Public works probably to main Street and in the downtown Core for implementation of the planned District there. A Silver ton $70,000-$80, 000 to fund the newly formed Community improvement corporation Cic which encourages growth of business in the City including through Loans and $8,400 for a study of Silverton Core area to be used As a base by the Cic for planning improvements and identifying areas available for development. A Sycamore township $161,500 for storm sewers in the High Point area. Merit scholar Daniel l. Bros in Ron of or. Anil or. Leo j. Bros in m 14 round Hill re has been offered a $1,000 National Merit scholarship sponsored by . Penney. He is one of four Winner from st. X High announced this week. By Cincinnati councilman Airport authority urged for Blue Ash Lunken i City Cilman Jim Cissell filed a motion in Council last week urging a common City county Airport authority to operate both Lunken and Blue Ash airports. The airports would be financed by joint contributions of City and county a and by a earmarking the profit on the Sale of the Blue Ash Airport land As an a endowment for the operation of All aviation after this Point the Airport authority would be required to operate in the Black the motion read. Cissell said in a statement to Council in sept. That the City Cincinnati had spent $210,000 in 1975 to subsidize the Blue Ash Airport which is a of no apparent Benefit to the the property Cissell is referring to As a Airport land in his apr. 13 statement is part of the tract bought by Cincinnati in the 1980 a when it was believed the greater Cincinnati Airport would be located in Blue Ash. Some of this has been sold to developers of the Cic Industrial Park. Cincinnati is. Trying to buy a few remaining parcels of land in tract now. A dispute with property owners there who done to want to sell at Cincinnati a asking Price has continued for Many months and is the concern of Blue Ash Council also. Blue Ash Council has passed resolutions of intent to appropriate properties in appropriate properties in tract iii. These could then be acquired by Cincinnati. Thieves break into planes thieves have found a source of very expensive loot in air planes sitting at the Blue Ash Airport recently. In the past week three planes were broken into and expensive radio equipment stolen. The total value of the combined losses was $5,280, according to Blue Ash police. The doors were pried open on. All three you too Coo Trust of v Vita know care nine. Madeira police have received 4-5 Calls a Day with possible information since the Story appeared in the papers. Pope said al leads Nave been checked out with no Success yet. Kenwood mall 791-4309 select groups of famous Brand shoes also save 20% off entire Stock of a Man s work shoes a House slippers a Little girls Black Navy or red party shoes

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