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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - August 18, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioWalker Pollitt jr., right greets David Hartman who portrays or. Paul Hunter on the to program Quot the bold ones. Hunter and Pollitt work for a common cause muscular dystrophy. Last year Hartman worked Side by Side with Jerry Lewis for most of the 20-hour telethon Marathon and is vice president of the National Idaa organization. My telethon to feature local celebrities donors Walker b. Pollitt jr., pleasant Ridge resident and Norwood businessman announced this week that greater Cincinnati residents will again have the Opportunity to appear on live to and at the same time to contribute to a worthwhile cause during the annual labor Day weekend telethon for the Benefit of the muscular dystrophy association of America. Comedian Jerry Lewis will again conduct the telethon. Pollitt executive Board member of the Cincinnati mad chapter said tits to extravaganza will be seen Over Channel 19. At frequent intervals during the 20 hour telecast station Xix to will cutaway from the network broadcast which originates in new York to its own studios where local celebrities will appear. Representatives of clubs which hold pre telethon fund raising events will be invited to present their1 checks on the air during these segments. Pollitt is associated with the Tredway funeral Home of Norwood As general manager. He is the son of mrs. M Ary g. Pollitt of Madisonville. Without sorta fares up service Cut Back by 25% by Carol Pucci an obligation a to raise fares and. Cut services up to 25 percent by january 1, 1972 because of rapidly deteriorating patronage will be the Fate of the Cincinnati transit company if voters fail to pass the .05 Mill tax Levy to be voted upon aug. 31. Ridership in Hamilton county has dropped from 133 million people in 1945 to 20 million in 1971. Fares. Have increased 40 cents during that period. The property tax which is the Only authority sorta has to raise local Money needed to obtain Federal Matching funds will amount to 60 cents per each $1000 of the assessed valuation on. A Home. In other words the owner of a Home appraised at $20,000 will pay $10 More in taxes each year. If the tax Levy is successful sorta claims it will make every reasonable Effort to continue the present freeze on. Fare increases and service cuts Between january 1 and the time that sorta. Actually acquires the company. Following acquisition and after implementation of expanded services and improvements sorta will Experiment with fare reduction programs on a trial basis in an Effort to regain lost riders. A Standard Rule of thumb regarding ridership versus fare increases according to sorta is that for every 1 percent of fare increase there is a reduction of ridership by 1/3 to 1 Juci. Library a Ohio historical society 1982 Velna ave. Colu bus Ohio 13. To place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday a display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 serving the communities of. Blue Ash a Montgomery a Amberley Village Indian Hilt Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dilton Vatet Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio wednesday August 18,1971 display aos Ano news. 531-0234 classified ads. 731-7170 vol. X no. 3 Madeira Council gives Green Light to Hosbrook Montgomery traffic signals Madeira Council monday night gave the Green Light to implementation of traffic signal installation at Hosbrook and Montgomery a dangerous intersection which a became a part of Madeira through annexation. City manager George babe was directed to take the necessary action to Lead to installation of the signals As soon As possible. Since Only 25 percent of the intersection is in. Madeira it is hoped that a sharing of costs can be arranged with the county and state. However councilman Carl Thornton chairman of the safety committee said the state had indicated it would not participate in the Cost and the county had not been approached. By giving this intersection top priority primarily because of its High Accident potential Council deferred action on upgrading of the traffic signals at Shenango and Miami. Councilman Carl s c h n Eider suggested the Money which the latter improvement would Cost be a p p lied to Ward s the e signalization of Hosbrook and Montgomery. An actuated signal controlling traffic existing from Hosbrook is planned in another matter related to traffic a delegation of some 20 residents from Cherokee or. Appeared to question Council concerning reported plans of a congregation to buy a House on a three acre tract on Cherokee or. For use As a Church. The residents primary concern was the increased traffic on the narrow Cul de Sac Street and the current Lack of adequate sanitary sewer facilities. Percent. Based on. Their experience in other cities there Are indications that Given a proper marketing Effort a reduction of fares by 1 percent will produce a ifs to i percent increase in. Ridership. Continued on Page 2 Church school agree on parking plan the Deer Park Baptist Church in search of More parking to accommodate its growing membership has worked out a solution to its needs in cooperation with the Deer Park Board of education. The Hoard has agreed a to allow the Church to Blacktop half of Amity school play Field adjacent to the Church for a parking area. This will also Benefit the children who attend Amity school As it will allow them to use the area for recess and at noontime. As it has happened so Many times in the past children were not Able to play outside due to wet or Muddy conditions on the Field. The new parking area will be done at no Cost to the Board of education., As the Church is assuming the entire Cost. Work will begin this week and will he completed before the opening of school on sept. 8. Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping ares 791-5804, 581-6154, 891-9203 Ken Richard Deer Park High school student representing Central Parkway , won the Ohio state teenage Light weight championship and Best performance trophy with a total of 630 lbs., at a meet held at the Kettering Ohio Myca. A Nancy mayans Indian Hill High school student who was. Elected a a a senator at Buckeye girls state in Columbus attended the 25th girls nation the american legion auxiliary s youth citizenship training program in Washington . Highlights included nominating a president and vice president visits of the representatives and senators of her state a reception by mrs. William Rogers wife of the Secretary of state and a visit to the White House. A patrol Man Robert Blum of Amberley Village was the top shot in the departments july pistol shoot with a 263 out of a possible 300. Runner up a with 262 was. It. Harold Fassnacht. Several local youths attended the Miami Unive is Ity High school athletic training workshop. They were William Balbach Moeller High Sean Ovington Indian Hill High and Dan of Donnell Indian Hill High. Some 109 Young trainers from six states participated in the week Long course aug. 1-6. Fresh organic vegetables. Organic health and diet foods. Vitamins end supplements. Organic fertilizers Gertrel liquid. Mcdonald s 8968 Kenwood re. 791-8480 promoting Good neighbourliness assisting with final arrangements for the Silverton Community picnic to be held sunday from 3 to 9 . At Silverton Layfield Are left to right Moses Levinstein Bill Brooks mrs. Robert Schnell mrs. William Schwartz mrs. Richard Peters general chairman and William Schwartz. The picnic sponsored by the Silverton neighbourhood association will conclude Good neighbor week in Silverton. All Silverton families Are invited to bring their lunch baskets and join in the fun which will include games prizes music by the Quot psychedelic expression Quot an award and a door prize. Beverages will be available. Manager babe said he had talked with members of the congregation which numbers about 35. The group has an option to Purchase which expires aug. 3.1. In the meantime babe said a committee from the Church is investigating to see what can be done to meet the City sparking sanitation and fire safety requirements. Mayor Daniel Mcdonald and so 1 i c i t o r g e o r be Patterson or. Said that if these requirements Are met the City has no alternative but to Issue a building permit. The Ohio supreme court has ruled that a Church May be located in any zone including residential. Babe reported. That at this time the Church has not applied for a building permit. The denomination was reported to be unitarian universalist. In other action Council heard a report from the manager in which he said the four-10 plan initiated in the police department is working and results speak for themselves. He pointed out that the plan four ten hour work Days puts More police on Quot the Road when needed and said that criminal arrests jumped from 4 in. July 1970 to 45 in july 1971. Passed a Resolution advising the director of the Ohio liquor control Board that Council objects to the granting of a liquor License at 8149 Camargo re. Authorized an agreement Between Madeira and Hamilton county for the improvement of Dawson re. And Camargo re. Money for the project will come from the $5 county License fee. Awarded the contract for repair and resurfacing of streets to slurry Seal of Southern Ohio Low bidder at $13,716. Presented mrs. Helen fix editor of Northeast suburban life with a certificate naming her an honorary citizen of Madeira. Mrs. Fix who has. Covered Madeira activities for 10 years is retiring this month from journalism. Was informed of the resignation of Daniel Lindenmeyer from the civil service commission. He is moving from the City. Jaycees to Aid in voter registration syce in of e Dee r. Pay k Jay Cees will promote area voter registration by helping to Register voters. A committee of Jaycees headed by Ronald Buckley c h a i pm a a w i 11 Contact people Between the Ages of 18 and 21 who Are not registered. They will provide information about registration places to Register and answer any questions voters May have. Unregistered voters May also obtain the information by calling Buckley 242-1 174, Days or 793-5706, . Sept. .20 is the deadline to Register Down town. Hupa seeks fair suburban representation on anti crime planning group a a would t it be easier to get a ladder Quot m ask any of the a Hwi Friendly ones Quot at George Meyer co. J and they la Tell Quot you any Job a higher than your Chin can a be made easier with a a Werner aluminium Utility step or Extension ladder. Our or Friendly special of the week is a 24 it Flat step ext. Ladder working length 21 it at 826.6 9. Your savings 10.00 climb with safety the a Werner a Way Quot. Assuring fair representation of suburban communities on the 30-Man advisory Board of the Hamilton county Anit crime planning Agency continues to be a goal and concern of the Hamilton county police association. Madeira mayor Daniel Mcdonald reporting to be hupa August 12 said 13 members of the 30 Man control Board have been appointed. The concern of the trustees of the Hamilton county municipal league of which Mcdonald is president and the hupa is that suburban communities be allowed to appoint at least a majority of the remaining members of the 30-Man Board. In fact Mcdonald reported that the trustees adopted a Resolution recommending the suburban communities form their separate anti crime Agency if this request which has been presented to the Hamilton county commissioners is not granted. Mcdonald said he had met with the commissioners earlier in the week and was told Hamilton county would receive no mock Grants if it formed an. Agency separate from the Core City of Cincinnati. He said 40 percent of the funds would be allotted to police and 60 percent to criminal Justice agencies. After considerable discussion it was the consensus that the original guidelines established seemed to be changing and As one officer put it a Columbus is writing the rules As it goes Mcdonald deplored the political overtones which seem to be filtering into the establishment of the anti crime planning Agency and declared a a we re trying to keep this out of at present the hupa has indicated it would prefer to have one Central planning Agency representing the county and Cincinnati providing the suburbs Are a granted fair representation. _ the suburbs have the option of pulling out in 30 Days if they so choose. The no Man control Board will include three representatives from Cincinnati a township trustee . Bechtold of Sycamore township the mayor of st. Bernard and one county commissioner. All members of the control Board must be elected officials it was pointed out. Permit expires Warner informed he can to build a we can to Stop the bulldozers from grading operations but we can and will Stop any building a declared Thomas Esposito Hamilton county building inspector monday. He was referring to the property on lower Kennedy ave. In Columbia township where Marvin Warner had proposed to build a town House apartment it i so�?T0 savings amp loan Assn 4539 Montgomery rd., Norwood o. Your family bicycle Headquarters featuring 2ejluuaa. Quality bicycle expert repair service on All makes ii cycler 9572 Montgomery re. 793-3855 Oao Noa com with ams Ville 902 Ohio Fyk. 752-3950 made Ira 8940 Miami a a. 5% 631 4246 est.1904 on regular savings a on certificates quarterly store hours 561-7200 a a a mon. Thru fax to 8 sat. Oto 5 30 Sun. 10 to 4 m 866600986t9909896 Deposit by the 10th interest front the 1st. Sparkle cleaners Bock to school get ready Sale Quot rsk�rt$z3t c on lenient Park i Imp open daily . Mcevilley president a James f Disque secretory now thru sept. 1 a free combo 4343 e. Galbraith re. Omar Park Between Plainfield and Blue Ash ads. In a tot a shopping Center a believer no to Janey Anthony needed a full time assistant at her Nursery school and let it be known in a a sol help wanted and. Quot i just could t believe the response. At least 60 persons called. My phone rang constantly. I was Jet amazed a she reported. The number to Call for your Quot haves or Quot have no tsp is 731 7170. Complex. The situation was described by Ernest Combs director of the Hamilton county regional planning commission As a a nebulous especially in View of the $21 million Law suit filed by the Kennedy Heights Community Council and others to prevent such developments. As reviewed by Combs the request for rezoning to do planned multiple dwellings was approved two years ago. Zone changes expire in a year unless renewed. They May Only be renewed once. The rezoning was renewed Jan. 18, 1970 and expired Jan. 18, 1971. In. Combs opinion the rezoning has reverted to its original status residence c. The Warner organization applied for a building permit Early in january before the expiration of the zoning. The building permit was issued feb. 10 and was valid for six months. It expired aug. 10. Combs said Warners organization was notified the zoning had reverted to residence c. Esposito said he had informed the Developer in writing that the building permit had expired and he would not be permitted to build. Milldale lumber company lumber and plywood Cut to size Caranta is a commanded lor All types of Ramo dating. 9905 Blue Ash re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 of you have a Money tree in your pack Yard Well i Don t either but i can Tell you where there is one. At Kenwood malt. Of it s not a real tree where each Leaf is a Dollar Bill. But when you visit and shop with any of the 41 mall merchants its almost the same thing what you get is value for your Money. Especially now Money minded shoppers know that the and of the season is the Bast time to buy that s when you find bargains. The same is True whether you re shopping for a new car or a new coat or a bathing suit for next year. Kenwood mail merchants Are getting in their fail a merchandise. To make room tor these new items summertime merchandise has to go. The end of August is time to think about Quot Back to school Moca about that next weak. It s a half Way Mark Between 0 summer and fall. There a still plenty of time to enjoy 0 a summertime clothes you know How hot and humid it Cir o a get around Hura. Vat Hui Tima to think about a dark Cottons a too that s what they used to Call transitional Cly the my a before the Quot age of Kenwood mall Bridges the Gap Between summer and fall a with exceptional savings. So visit our Money Tryr we wont a a look if you break off a Leaf or two. Raid advertisement

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