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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - December 29, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioIi i Library Ohio his Erie amp a Soei Sty 1982 Velina ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 us to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advert icings amp mews dial1 531-0234 my 1 serving the communities of Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Der Parker Ossa Oyne Dilton ale Ridge Wood Mark of circulation integrity Cincinnati Ohio wednesday december 29, 1971 o i splay aos and news .531-0234 classified ads. 731-7170 vol. X no. 22 in Deer Park a comparatively new Home in situated among the older Homes in the 3700 Block of Odin ave., Kennedy Heights where residents have banded together to keep the Street a Good place to live. The group a officially known As the 2700 Odin ave. Block service club. In Kennedy Heights service club is Boon to citizens Community coalition sought while communities have been Busy Quot discussing alternatives to meeting the rising costs of Hamilton county Board of health fees Deer Park City Council has come up with tentative plans to involve All northeastern communities in meeting health As Well As other service costs. An and hoc committee made up of councilmen Root Schoney and Kamp school and two Grade schools and no applications have so far been received. President of Council Healy suggested that radar be used to control speeding. _ heard a letter of thanks from residents commending Council for denying rezoning to permit the building of a Burger chef restaurant. Christmas Charity. Madeira student at . Sell Man Middle school were determined to make this Christmas season Jolly and help less fortunate youngsters their own age1 have a merrier Christmas and a happier new year. Sell Man student Council representatives succeeded in collecting $1222.70 for the neediest kids of All exceeding last year s total of $369. The Money came from student donations and caroling. Mrs. Bita Fisher student Council advisor at sell Man Leslie Shawver committee chairman and student Council president Thor Jacobs present a Check to John rape principal. In Blue Ash citizens organize non partisan league a non partisan organization which plans to Weed politics out of local government and keep its citizens informed on City Council proceedings has been f Ormed in Blue Ash. The concerned citizens of Blue Ash will begin holding meetings every fourth tuesday beginning Jan. 25, 8 . At the Home of or and . Ernest Balkany 9177 Fidelis dr., non partisan ballot. Members plan to do this by petitioning and expressing their opinions at Council meetings. Members will also attend committee meetings of Council As Well As the regular monthly meetings and report Back at the league meetings. The league is not a political organization according to . Ernest Balkany Public relations chairman and will not endorse or sponsor any candidate for a political office. Mrs. Balkany describes the organization As a a a positive movement to encourage citizen interest in local government and maintain a High level Community by protecting residential property values. Members plan to keep a close watch on the Workings of the continued on Page 3 until a permanent place a found. Organizational meetings have been being held once a week for the past month and a half to draw up a Constitution and elect officers. About 25 Blue Ash residents have joined the new organization whose first major project will be to eliminate the Ward system in Blue Ash and return to a will study the formation of a northeastern Community coalition which councilman Kamp claims a could save communities roughly $4 o ,000 a year in health a not Only should be explore health costs but also other costs that we could share together such As waste collection a said Kamp who believes that the Quality of services would also be increased. Councilman Ward noted that the idea of a Community health Board had been studied in the past but dropped because of the expenses involved. A Hospital alone was estimated to have Cost $800,000, Ward said. In response to Deer Parks suggestion Madeira City manager George babe who has made plans to meet with Indian Hill to study a joint health Board for the two communities said that he was interested in any ideas that would help a communities to Cut babe suggested that the Hamilton. County municipal league which meets every 5th monday of the month would be a Good vehicle for studying _ joint Community services. Lighting problems the Cincinnati Gas and electric company will be asked to Survey a poor lighting situation at Lake and Schenck aves for the second time due to complaints by . Patricia Root. Cd amp a first surveyed the area during the daytime and found the area not in need of a Light. Mrs. Root complained that the darkness was contributing to teenage problems during the night. Cd amp a will be asked to Survey the area again this time at night. In other action Council passed an ordinance establishing pay rates for de part me n t employ e e s effective Jan. 1. Rates Are Foreman $3.37 skilled labourer $3.12 truck Driver $3.07 labourer $2.97. These rates Are maximum per hour pay a passed a reap Propri tons ordinance to redistribute 1971 funds. Passed a Resolution h o n o r i n g c o u n c i 1 m a n Robert Ward a councilman for 18 years who retired As of this year. Discussed ways to improve the dangerous traffic situation in front of Deer Park High school. S a f e t y s e re i be director Henry Camp told Council that jobs Are open for crossing guards at the High March of dimes Campaign gets an endorsement from senator Robert a. Taft or. Of Indian Hill shown Here with Carmen Danes 8, March of dimes National poster child. She was born with an open spine that required surgery during the first hour of her life. Complications set in and she required several operations before she was four. The child expects to visit the White House during the March of dimes january Appeal to support research medical service and education programs for the prevention and treatment of birth defects. Council questions health Board fees a1 n Okli iii m �ttttttt1 4 Treut of Eita Urani h by Marshall Baldwin the exorbitant jump in membership fees tossed at Hamilton county communities by the Hamilton county health Board was criticized by Blue Ash City a Council thursday at which time an ordinance to renew membership for 1972 was presented for consideration and acceptance. Councils throughout Hamilton county Are being forced to accept contracts to frug Seroua True hospitality motor inn 713-4 to. 0 moult Pomery re a it 1-71 behind Soho station -4 Foj Pumm remt h Imrij to Jimj a this Coupon Good for a a 7.00 off to repair color Only j a al to soles amp service i 631-0475 9 am-9 pm 231 0210 i $ save $ $130.00 value free Humidifier installed with each new Williamson Furnace or Central air conditioning system. If you have Humidifier $75 to $100 deduction toward electronic air cleaner installation. Call now for free offer expires dec 31,1971. Ray Williams co. 791-7227 that Blue Ash Council feels Are Over priced for these r v 1 be s Ren dered. Knowing connections with a health Board Are necessary according to Ohio Law Council voted to. Accept the contract with the stipulation that their sol i Cito a Robert t. Mcconaughy inquire As to the legality of the $3000 increase Over the 1971 contract. Some councilmen believe the increase might be in violation of the second phase of president Richard Nixon a Price control act. The contract would be void if it did not conform to the Price control Law. In the meantime Blue Ash will have health Board coverage. The contract is for $15,680. Gene Houser stopped the emergency passage of an ordinance accepting the bid reasonable prices free estimates Black Schleger gallery 7740 Laurel 271-2788 opposite Madeira Post office cent pc w Pfail Utleg a Low cholesterol other special met weight watchers a health foods 3u4 Lin Wood my Lookout Mimi of Kolesar insurance company for the insurance coverage of Blue Ash for 197 2. Kolesari a bid of $7,357 was Low but Houser was not satisfied with the method of advertising for bids. He agreed to allow George Wilson City manager to sign a one months contract for insurance so As to protect the City until a full Council has an Opportunity to vote on the emergency measure at the january meeting. The present insurance policy expires at the end of this year. Hearing set in Silverton a request from the Deer Park nursing Home 6928 Ohio ave., for a zone change from residence a to b will be considered by Silverton Council at a Public hearing Jan. 6, 7 . In the municipal building. The planning commission has recommended the request not be granted on the grounds that the change would be spot zoning. The zone change was requested to permit the remodelling of the Home for patient use. 3217016 wishing you a Happy Holiday season. . Wingerter co. 984-8134_ newly elected councilman Richard Huddleston was selected by Council to act As chairman of the meeting in the absence of mayor Charles Proctor and vice mayor Harold Korbee. Vote on the revised z on i no d i s strict m a ordinance a was postponed until the january meeting because the absence of the two Council members made it impossible to reach the necessary six votes for its passage. Because they expected some action to be taken Many residents attended the meeting and remained to the end because there was a Chance that Korbee might get there late and a vote could be taken. Huddleston apologized in behalf of Council to the persons who came to the meeting to hear the outcome of this one Issue. Persons having questions relating to the zone ordinance were allowed to address Council. A petition bearing 100 names of residents in the Ravenswood Section was read by Chandler s. Eason Council clerk it requested that a previous Unzo Ned Section of Ravenswood be zoned residential. A Hyde Park resident who had purchased property facing Highway 1-71 As an investment stated he had just recently Learned of the rezoning plans and was surprised to find his property was to be zoned residential after he had bought it As Industrial land. Appeals on zoning can be made after the ordinance is written into Law it was Milldale lumber company lumber and plywood Cut to size carpenters recommended for All types of remodel of. �?��?�05 Blue Ash re Rossmoyne 791-8122 stated at the recent Public hearing on this legislation. Huddleston who is chairman of the planning and zoning committee is planning a joint meeting of Council anal the Blue Ash planning commission in january to discuss and study the plans for the engineering approved four Lane Highway for Pfeiffer Road. The Engineer for the project also will be invited. Other col Neil action included a approving a Resolution requesting the Board of education of the Sycamore school District to appoint two members to the Blue Ash recreation Hoard. A approving a Resolution naming Cletus Oaks 5332 Pfeiffer rd., to the Blue Ash recreation Board for the term ending july 1, 1976. A passing a Resolution commending Moeller and Sycamore High school football teams for their outstanding achievements in the Field of competitive athletics. A asking the planning commission to study a zoning change in the Lewis subdivision to make possible the erection of a medical building. A approving an ordinance making appropriations for three months to meet expenses until further study can be Given the 1972 budget. The total appropriation for the first Quarter is $375,846 which includes a general fund of $141,975. By Jean Turner the 3700 Block of Odin ave. In Kennedy Heights is a Nice place to live and residents there Are determined to keep it that Way. They have formed a club where residents can Iron out their problems and decide what a heat not Only for their Block but for the whole Community. It ail started a year ago when several residents of the Block met for a discussion of conditions then existing on the Street. They decided to form a Block dub and or. And . Carl Rucker sent invitations to each family residing on the Block. On nov. 1, 1970, representatives of eight families attended a meeting in the Ruckers Home to Manifest their interest in forming such an organization. Besides the Ruckers charter members included or. And Gerald. Roland or. And . Scott Ewing or. And . Leo o. Jones . Louise Daniels or. And theodore1 Barnes mr., and . James Kelly and or. And . Joseph n. Bray. The purpose of the club was the betterment of the 3700 Block in particular and Kennedy Heights in general. In order to handle the club s business competently the group elected officers with the following results Carl Rucker chairman Leo a a a Jones v. Chairman . Joseph n. Catherine Bray Secretary treasurer. Meeting dates were set for every third. Sunday of the month with each family taking a turn a Host. Realizing the need for funds to Fin a. Nee the clubs operations dues of $1 per month were set. Later it was necessary to raise the dues to $2 which was deposited in a Bank in the clubs name. It was unanimously agreed that officers serve a term of one year and a by Laws committee be appointed. Mrs. James Kelly was named chairman of this committee along with Mes. Carl Rucker Gerald Roland. The committees inability to get the Job done led to . Joseph n. Brays compiling the by Laws which were adopted and printed with each attending family receiving copies. A matters discussed at the first meeting included assistance to families in the mock better lighting and cleaning of the Block by the City and the Upkeep of their property by individual residents. To finance their projects the group held two fund raising events a a Tea and a Magazine subscription Sale. Although All families did not participate they realized Over $1,000, and at the end of 12 months the group has assets of $600. During the past year the club has accomplished eight significant things the beautification of the Deaden of their dead end Street with Flowers and Plante the acquisition of a Salt barrel to be used during inclement weather securing an additional Street Light making donations of Cash Flowers and Carda to India Idun shave donated to the Kennedy Heights Community Council. Also have established mock activities consisting of a Holiday family social with Bowling in Winter and a summer family picnic at Drake Park and last but certainly not least have presented a $25 Bond to miss Cassandra Barnes daughter of or. And . James Kelly As a graduation gift. Perhaps the greatest of their accomplishments is the rapport established Between neighbors on the Street As each must feel secure in the knowledge that no matter what troubles befall him there is help to be had from the 3700 Odin ave. Block service club. Cotton Candy hostess. Lori Lonergan 6982 Miami Hills dr., a freshman at the University of Cincinnati s Raymond waiters College Blue Ash gives a Sample of her wares to Dezi Montgomery Center and Kim Meyer. The party Given by rec students for children from Allen House and st. Joseph Villa was sponsored by the Newman Catholic Extension. Gifts were donated by area businessmen. Fresh organic oranges Grapefruit. Tangerine. Grown in Florida. 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