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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - July 28, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioRobert Brown who received a kidney transplant at Cincinnati general Hospital returns regularly for Check . Here mrs. Sally fee r.n., nurse in general s Samtmann Haemodialysis unit takes his blood pressure. Through transplant Kennedy Man Given Hope for Normal life a kidney transplant at Cincinnati general Hospital for Robert Brown has Given this Kennedy Heights resident a Chance for a Normal life. He is one of 39 persons who have received new kidneys since dec., 1967 at general Hospital to replace diseased nonfunctioning kidneys. Brown first had kidney difficulties in oct., 1969. These became worse until dec., 1970 when he had to Stop working at copay corp. His kidney transplant was in february 1971. Recuperating nicely Brown looks Forward to returning to work and usual activities such As Bowling. He formerly bowled with the copay and Kensil teams. Brown and his wife Jessie have three children Kevin 13 Bobbi 11 and Robert jr., 7. 11 promised for drug unit if Federal funds for a narcotics enforcement unit Are approved Hamilton county will have a double pronged approach to the drug abuse problem one aimed at the Pusher and the other at rehabilitating the user. Rehabilitation funds have already been approved. Hamilton county commissioners have filed application for $117,000 in Federal funds for renew regional narcotics enforcement unit. Originally the plan encompassed the four a counties Hamilton Warren Council okays plans lor development plans for a shopping Center office space and apartments at Plainfield and Hunt ., Blue Ash were approved thursday by Blue Ash Council. The project is a Multi million Dollar venture which George Fabe owner of the real estate has had in the planning stage for several months. Council granted a zone change for Fabens property on the Northwest Corner of Hunt and Plainfield ads. The zone change and the permission for the shopping Center and apartments followed the recommendations of both the planning commission and the Board of site arrangement. A Public hearing was held before the regular Council meeting. During the course of the Council meeting two ordinances were approved one giving approval for the apartments and the second amending the comprehensive zoning ordinance and paving the Way for a shopping Center. There will be More than 400 apartments of different sizes according to Fabe. He said colonial style has been followed by the architect and Fabe assured Council that the landscaping will be in keeping with that now being employed by neighbouring property owners. The Blue Ash life squad was granted permission to go ahead with plans for a new Headquarters. This weeks Lucky number Worth $50 the Lucky number on one of the suburban life free phone Book covers is Worth. $50 this week since no one stepped Forward to claim last weeks Cash prize. The number is printed elsewhere in this Issue. The Reader with the corresponding number on his phone directory cover must bring the cover to Cincinnati suburban newspapers inc., 4415 Montgomery re. By noon monday following publication of the number. Your family bicycle Headquarters featuring Quality bicycle expert repair service on All makes i0ntg0mery Cyc Liry 9572 Montgomery re. 793-3855 Library Ohio Bistort fifth society 1982 Velma ave pm Columbus Ohio 43211 9��j� Mil w Odd Salt to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 Hunt serving the communities of Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy he High ass invert on Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati. Ohio wednesday july 28,1971 display aos and news531-0234 classified aos. .731-7170 no. 52 Kennedy Heights residents initiate court action to Block multiple housing projects. Butler and Clermont which comprised District 13 crime control Council this concept is being revised and Large cities and counties will have their own anti crime planning agencies. Funds for renew would be on a discretionary basis. Jambs Kowalski in charge of All federally and state funded projects for the county said All Hamilton county communities would participate. The Basic plan developed by Hamilton county prosecutor Simon leis and two representatives of the Hamilton county police association Calls for a drug enforcement unit. Kowalski said there has been a definite commitment to Supply 11 men and a tentative Promise of the 12th Man pending approval of the Council in the City involved. Cincinnati police chief Carl Goodin would be project director. Cincinnati has pledged seven men one As a supervisor and six to serve in the unit a Cincinnati police sergeant would be unit commander of the autonomous Force. The Ham 11 ton c county sheriffs patrol has committed two officers Indian Hill rangers one Sharon Ville one. Participating communities would be contributing $278,000 in in kind services. Funding would be for one year. The program would include training and education and Kowalski said hopefully there would be a rotation of officers As this would permit More officers to serve in the unit. Some members would work As undercover agents while others would serve in the training unit. When arrests Are made due to information or evidence obtained by the unit police in the Community where the accused is apprehended would make the arrest Kowalski said. James Potter Orr Council candidate James Potter Orr 9605 Shawnee rd., will file for the Indian his Council seat being vacated by mayor h. Truxtun Emerson or. Orr is president of the Potter shoe co. And extremely Active in civic affairs. Other Council candidates include incumbents Leonard s. Smith 111 c. Arden Smith Andrew c. Hauck David f. Reid William Mcd. Kite and Robert c. Krehbiel. Kennedy Heights residents took the Battle to prevent an influx of multiple housing in their neighbourhood to court thursday when a $21 million suit was filed in Federal court against multiple defendants. The suit filed by the Kennedy Heights Community Council and a number of residents asks the . District court to declare that the defendants Are carrying on a racially discriminatory housing system. In addition they ask the court to enjoin Federal assistance for proposed multiple family dwellings in the area. Among the 40 defendants named Are All members of Cincinnati City Council All county commissioners members of various City and county planning groups the Oki regional planning authority and George Romney Secretary of the . Department of housing and Urban development. Two developers Marvin Warner and Towne properties inc. Have proposed moderate income government subsidized projects in the area. Warner proposes to build on lower Kennedy ave. On a tract opposite Hill and Dale or. Towne properties has already begun construction of an apartment project on the former Chase Davies property on Woodford re. Dale Birdsall co chairman of the Khoc in a statement to the press said Quot agencies such As Hud hew and their regional and local directors other agencies such As the Hamilton county regional planning commission have conspired with builders and others to manipulate our lives ruin our Homes undermine our educational systems overload our inadequate Public facilities and otherwise refuse to perform or cause to be performed the kinds of actions which would enhance rather than endanger our very Quot our action demands accountability to the local taxpayer not to the entrepreneur to the local citizenry not the Guys downtown to the City county and Federal elected officials and those who elected them not to the Middle management who have forgotten they Are in fact paid by discriminatory housing patterns the suit says Quot Are unconstitutional and place illegal burdens on Public facilities and diminish the Quality of education now the housing in question involves apartment complexes which Are subsidized by the government through the cha veterans administration or Hud. In addition to the Khuc plaintiffs Are Donald o. Mystrom Howard m. Johnson and g. Dale Bis it a we own is Ronald a. Hawkins taxpayer Francis and Anastasia Biliett parents of school children a Marilyn Davidson teacher Rodney p. Morten Arnold Bray and Darlene Ballew potential renters. Thomas f. Waldron is attorney for the plaintiffs. Blue Ash to vote on earnings tax Blue Ash Council thursday approved a 1972 tentative budget of $1,081,000 following a Public hearing on a tentative budget. This is an increase of several thousands of dollars Over the 1971 budget. Blue Ash voters will vote in november on whether they wish their City to continue the earnings tax for another year beginning july 1, 1972. If approved the Levy will continue at the present one half percent. Mayor Charles Proctor announced that in the first year of the earnings tax just ended. Blue Ash collected $219,101&Quot. City manager George a. Wilson jr., has been authorized to seek an agreement on sharing costs with. Sharonville for resurfacing of Plainfield re. Where each City owns one half of the Road. Council approved an amendment to the 1971 appropriation ordinance so $20,000 from the earnings tax fund May be transferred to the Cooper re. Sidewalk fund to retire the note used to finance this project. Gerald e. Smart 5461 Ken Ridge dr., was appointed to the Board of zoning appeals. Manager Wilson a report to Council a there was an increase of 20 percent in misdemeanours in june. There were 30 felonies and 46 Mise ameanous. A More than one mile of the five Miles of sewer pipe required has been Laid for area d sewers. A 7,148 feet of eight Inch sewer pipe and 30 laterals were installed in june in area h sewers. A the june Revenue for building permits was $3,955. A aug. 14, the examination for chief of police will be conducted by Ray Clift director of the safety Council of Cincinnati. A Paul Wilder has been promoted to lieutenant in the Blue Ash police department. A Harry Swearingen chief program and planning Section of the state of Ohio department of natural resources has indicated that Blue Ash has been granted financial assistance for the acquisition of three acres of land for Hazelwood Park. Record setters. These eighth graders from Indian his Junior High became the first Junior High track team to a 24-hour relay race Over a one mile course july 23 at the Home of or. And mrs. William Rhodenbaugh Tecumseh Trail. It is believed the boys set a world and National record by covering 166% Miles. The intrepid tricksters include kneeling left to right Gregg Martin Dave Bell Mark Anderson Joe Rhodenbaugh Chris Saely and Chuck Bell 2nd Row Clay Eberle Charles Rose Dick Pappas Jim Rindin and Eric Forbriger official timekeeper along with David o Donnell not shown. Donald Connolly was team advisor and sponsor is Velv Sheen. The team from 7 . Friday to 7 . Saturday and was cheered on by family and friends. The varsity team made an attempt at the same feat but Only lasted nine hours suburban life was told service for new voters in Deer Park William j. Kleiman president of the Deer Park Republican club has announced a new voter information service for 18 to 21-year Olds now eligible to vote. Details May be obtained by calling Tom Mcgrath 791-6846 or Ellie Kleiman ,791-1209. Voter registration will be held sept. 13, 14 and 15. Sept. 22 is the final registration Date at the Board of elections. New Republican and i nde be n d e it voters Are invited to attend meetings of the Deer Park Republican Chib which Are held on the third wednesday of each month at 8 ., in the civic meeting room of the municipal garage. The next meeting is sept. 15. Prospective Mountain climbers. Climbing Baldy Mountain 12,441 it in new Mexico is one of the ambitions of these boy scouts most of whom Are from troop 616 of st. Paul United methodist Church Madeira. They will represent the big Bear District at the Phil moot scout ranch in new Mexico. They Are front Row from left Scott Johnson Steve Macwilliams Steve Wilson Ted Storch Mark Anderson second Row Tom Storch Steve Hanor Mark Krummel Louis Hendricks Mark Axelson Jim Rindin third Row . Johnson . Graham adult leaders. Not shown Are Tom Collier Jeff Foley Kurt Gibson Steve Johnson Rob Graham Dan Quinn Bruce Spitler Bill Toth. News fatal ad----------531-0234 classified 731-7170 Milldale umber comp any lumber and plywood Cut to size carpenters recommended for All types of remodelling. �?�60s Blue Ash re. Roumayne 791-8122 organic Garden shop fresh organic vegetables organic health and dial foods. Vitamins and supplements. Organic fertilizers Gertrel liquid a Ory. Mcdonald s 1901 Kenwood re. 7gi-�4�0 Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping area 79t-5804 561-6154-691-9203 a new Barber shop Leonard s menus Salon is now open at 7784 m Ontgomery rd., Ken Wood. The shop operated by Leonard Pizzo features Complete menus hair styling services including razor cuts. A a mrs. William j. Favret of Kennedy Heights is chairman of a the Marsha Lettes Quot 22 ladies who Are Selling $5 gallery tickets to the Bob Hope Benefit Golf match to be at a Keewah country club at 1 . Aug. 3. Proceeds will Benefit Hope House for boys Here in Cincinnati. Good seats Are still available for Montgomery baseball night aug. 11 when the reds meet the Houston astros. Tickets May be obtained by calling Henry Blome 891-2284 or Greene 891-5942. Buses will leave Montgomery Square at 7 . Bus fare is $1.75 and All fans must have a bus ticket to ride the bus. A Thomas e. Barnes 7810 Gail dr., Deer Park has been promoted to sales manager in the Cincinnati North District Agency of the Prudential insurance co. He joined Prudential in 1967. He and his life Diane have one daughter. Robert l. Brown 7585 Graves rd., Indian Hill has been named vice president and executive assistant to Marvin l. Warner president of Wabash consolidated corporation National real estate Developer with Headquarters in Cincinnati. Before joining Wabash Quot b rown was manager of financial analysis department of Procter and Gamble co. He holds a masters degree in business administration from Columbia University. Chuck Winkelman of Madeira and Richard Petke of Indian Hill left yesterday As representatives of the Dan Beard Council boy scouts of America to the world Jamboree in Japan. The Jamboree is at the foot of it. Fujiyama. The boys flew Over the top of the world with a Stop at acc forage will tour Japan four Days before and four after the Jamboree. Theme of the scouting experience is a for Kew Coal nut Talfe when a 95-piece symphony orchestra of world renown agrees to perform a concert at a local shopping Center then 1 think that shopping Center has a right to boast. And folks that a just what we re doing at Kenwood mall. We re so proud a that we can bring to you. Our shoppers an it evening with the Cincinnati a pops a orchestra. A the musicians will take Over the mall a tuesday August 3, with the concert 3 beginning at 9 . Dress comfortably o come Early and shop perhaps Dine at the o mail bring your own chair relax and enjoy an evening of the o Best in music. The orchestra will be presenting familiar Broadway melodies some Well remembered classics possibly 0 even a touch of a Long hair classical. Len Mink win be 1 featured too. This coming sunday August 1, at 3 ., we have another special musical program planned. The Good news singers. C from it. Carmel Baptist Church. They will be presenting the c Christian musical a a life. In addition shall ito a win be hosting those Wen known a baseball stars Tony Perez and Gary Nolan at the dug out club Friday August 6, at 11 . In Shillitto s meeting room. Youngsters present will have the Opportunity to question Tony and Gary about their baseball prowess and there will be free hot dogs and cold drinks for the Young ones plus a visit by or. Whopper and you know who he paid advertisement society initiates three area us students have been initiated into Psi chi natio Nal honorary society in psychology. They Are Elizabeth Kilduff 3756 Macnicholas Charles Settle 7271 s. Timber Ane and Steven Simms 7715 Trail wind or

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