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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - June 05, 1974, Cincinnati, OhioTer cwt in a theater or Fine arts Center. A this kind of facile could help Fri Dak the of ctr betwe�4 of pleasant Ridge and Kennedy Heights As Well As the isolation of age groups and Thomas said. A that will be up to the communities if they want to be coordinated a Peacock said after the Ridge meeting although he said it is possible his firms a Peacock said. Y Una meetings will be 1 a a get. To pud i Quot before she planners prepare their report for the commission. Planning kits and have been distributed to various fifteen charged in Madeira raid fifteen Young persons were arrested Friday. May 24, after Madeira police obtained a search warrant and staged a raid at the Dan orse residence 7716 Naomi ave. The juveniles All Between the Ages of 14 and 17, were charged on various counts ranging from Possession of marijuana to drinking underage falsifying identification and questionable conduct. Madeira police said they be an to watch the residence after several neighbors complained of noise and late night parties. A it s been about a month. Wed been receiving Many complaints about Young kids throwing parties every Friday patrolman Tim Nagle said. Five officers came to the Home around 11 55 . On the 24th. By the time they arrived police said people had left the party. Arrested on charges of Possession of a Hallucinogen were two boys Ages 14 and 15. Police said they were found with a a few a 16-year-old was arrested for underage Library Ohio historical Scucis 1982 al a ave. W Colu Ahus Ohio 4 3211 Tyl in to place a classified and dial 731-7170 b display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 drinking picking up habits of their the departments juvenile Community relations officer Tim Nagle said. A i Hope this Isnit an indication of things to come this summer. We done to want to push a curfew on anybody. So what Well probably do is step up enforcement. This Way we wont be punishing the kids that Are Nagle said he does not expect that a curfew would Ever be imposed in Madeira a because it would affect so Many innocent asst serving lire it on urn j or tie it get Hui Adi Mannl Gumery a my Crick Village Indian i hit Madeira pleasant it recon Kennedy Heights Siu Erlynn Kenwood Deer Park Host movie dish Theale Fitzg wond Mark of circulation integrity vol. Xiii no. 45 Cincinnati Ohio wednesday june 5, 1974 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 residents meet with planners drinking and a 17-year-ol was arrested for falsifying an. Id when he produced an illegal draft card. Eleven others All Between the Ages of 14 and 17 were charged with questionable conduct. All except two with previous arrest records were cited to appear before the Madeira juvenile court referee stanly Rock. The other two were referred to Hamilton county juvenile police said eight youths Ages 14 to 16, were also found drinking Beer in the Madeira City Park sunday May 26. They were released to their parents. A it looks like the drug situation is slacking off Ana the kids Are taking up priorities differ but recreation needs appear similar in Ridge Kennedy hits. By Carol puce and Maureen h he Man meetings held in pleasant Ridge and Kennedy Heights last week revealed that residents in both communities have Many of the same recreational needs although their priorities differ. The meetings held wednesday in the Ridge and thursday in Kennedy Heights were described As a a brainstorming sessions aimed at identifying needs rather than solving problems by Richard Peacock of Peacock Gam and partners inc. The architectural firm has been hired by the cin ready to ride safety rules Are for policemen loo. Madeira sgt. Richard Popes bicycle is equipped with a safely Flag and a reflect Tori aed safely Triangle. Bicycles will be inspected free of charge june 6 and 7 at the George Meyer company parking lot. June 6-7 Bike Check in Madeira Madeira police the George Meyer hardware company and the coca cola bottling works company will sponsor a bicycle safety Check Lane at the George Meyer co., 6940 Miami ave., thursday june 6, 2 30-7 . And june 7, noon to 5 . The inspection will include a physical Check of bikes including foot pedals brakes and protruding hardware a major cause of accidents and injuries. Riders will also be Given a verbal test of safety rules a reflecting registration sticker to Aid in recovery of stolen bikes and a copy of the Ohio state Highway patrol bicycle Rule Book. Madeira police will give reflector Zed triangles to free Box seats to red a game await Perton whote name appear in Csini classified Section. The first 44 person who bring their bikes to be inspected. Seven foot bicycle safety flags will be furnished Courtesy of George Meyer for $1.59. All boys and girls participating will receive a free Coke. Those with perfect bikes and a Good understanding of the safety rules will be awarded Cartons of Coke and will become eligible to compete in the All Hamilton county bicycle championships to be held sept. 21 at Coney Island. Music fest is reset the Kennedy Heights Community Council fest a music from the Heights a has been rescheduled for sunday june 16, 2 . At Drake Park. The fest was formerly set for june 2, but was cancelled due to rain. Cannati recreation commission to develop 10 year master plans for future recreational development in several different communities including Kennedy Heights Ana pleasant Ridge. Last weeks meetings were the first of three to be held in the communities before the architects sub a Mil a written report to the communities in september. Peacock explained that his firm has been hired to develop a planning study rather than to deliver results on the communities requests. We Aren t in a position 4 to guarantee Art ton or the needs at any particular time Quot he said. Quot they will be put in a hamper with other conic mimics and the recreation Eom Mission will set priorities a persons attending the meetings were asked to suggest activities that their communities need and then say which three of the suggestions could be considered priorities. Although the priorities differed in both communities Many of the needs mentioned were the same. Pleasant Ridge needs an indoor swimming Pool More Hall Fields and Tennis courts in that order about 30 Ridge residents told the planners. Other needs specified were a Community theater hiking and Bike trails and a roller skating rink. Kennedy Heights residents listed their break ins May be connected Silverton police Are seeking the same suspects in connection with three break ins that occurred at Homes May 30,31 and june 1. A to set was taken from the Home of John f. Schuler 3811 s. Berkley May 30 Between 7 30 Ana 11 . Entrance was gained through an unlocked door. Intruders also used an unlocked door to gain Entrance into the Home of Georgia Kuhnell 6917 Montgomery re. May 31 when a purse and to set were taken. On june 1, suspects entered the Ellen Nippert Home at 6719 Seibern by ripping a screen and entering through an unlocked door. Missing were keys a Wallet and a purse. Police said the burglary occurred Between 1 30 and 4 30 . Priorities As a multipurpose recreation Center a Fine arts Center for theater dance Etc. And hiking and Bike trails. Other suggestions included an indoor Pool tot lots Tennis courts and Ball Fields. Recreation needs of senior citizens were also discussed at both meeting s. Kennedy Heights is already set to receive $300,000 from the City for a senior Center to be located at the new Woodford school. The new pleasant Ridge recreation Center will include a room for senior citizens and a staff member will be in charge of coordinating activities. Halbert Thomas spokesman fur the Kennedy Heights youth federation said he plans to Ron pet interested people in the Ridge about both comm unities in Kennedy the isolation and races a a a Hist will communities to be final recommendations would include coordination of certain facilities. Bob Burdett District 5 director for the Cincinnati recreation commission said representatives of both communities asked that the meetings be held separately As they were last week. A a they will be brought together. In a sure a he said. Quot they re not going to have everything in their backyards which a the Way everyone would like it to the next step will be meetings to be held july 17 in the Ridge and july 18 in Kennedy Heights when the architects will present site plans for some of the priority items mentioned by residents. Quot the top three choices will be the key hut that the other will Peacock said. And been various groups in both communities to gather More in but. Anyone can receive a it by contacting Peacock Gam and. Partners 321->622. Parting words members of the Sycamore Community school District exchanged parting words and thoughts with retiring school superintendent Edwin h. Greene at an appreciation Day held in his Honor sunday. In a Surprise announcement the school Board revealed that the new High school now under construction on Cornell re. Will he named the Edwin h. Greene High school. A plaque hearing his name will be Hung in the lobby of the school. Above from left Are mrs. Edwin Greene the Rev. Arthur White pastor of the b be Ash presbyterian Church Edwin Greene the Rev. Lawrence r. Krisling Moeller High principal and Joe Flege assistant superintendent at Sycamore. The program was held at the Sycamore Middle school. Garbage to Gold Energy saving dump eyed by Maureen he i centuries ago alchemists tried to invent methods of turning Ordinary metals into Gold. Today we have a machine that proposes to turn garbage into Modem Day Gold Energy. The machine is called a Merco Dizer. A proposal is underway to build a Merco Dizer Plant on the Hilton Davis y North of Norwood. Boy bitten by cat Brian Rose 11, 9903 Hickory Bluff Montgomery was bitten by a stray cat while playing the area of Zig Zag re. And 1-71. The cat is described As being medium sized with Light Reddish Brown markings. Anyone seeing the cat should Contact Montgomery police. If the animal is not found Brian will have to undergo rabies shots. Property what goes in the Merco Dizer is old cans paper and Ordinary waste what comes out is almost pure Hydrogen oxygen and distilled water. Building of the Plant depends upon receiving contracts for at least 60,000 tons of refuse a year. Norwood can Supply about 20,000. Twenty three other area communities have been asked to contract for the waste service. Cost of dumping at the Merco Dizer would be $6 a ton with a 15 year contract at the same Price. Norwood presently pays $7.08 a ton to dump at a Northern Kentucky land fill. This prices rises by 30 cents a year which Means that in 15 years Cost would be $12.57. That is if the land fill is still available. Land fill Sites have a Short life and communities find that they must go further and further to dump which costs More and More in employee time and gasoline. Silverton and Norwood have agreed to use the service if the Plaat is built Hilton Davis must decide by sept. Whether to go ahead with the Merco Dizer or plan for another system. If the Merco Dizer is built it will be a first in the country according to Bob Dettmer of the Norwood Public works department. 60,000 tons of refuse could provide Hilton Davis All its Power for heating Cooling and vacuum. If More than 60,000 tons is dumped additional Energy would be available to Industry or perhaps private citizens. The Plant would be Cir Cular with a Iso it. Diameter. A compliment of 12 furnaces is planned hut apparently the system could begin with seven furnaces and the others could be added later. Any garbage that goes into an Ordinary Packer truck could be dumped. The refuse would be shredded after collection and stored. The shredding process eliminates odor. Reaction to the proposed system seems enthusiastic but Cen Vitious. A this would Only Benefit us if we were running our own collection Madeira City manager George babe said. A Madeira contracts with Clermont waste disposal for $75,000 a year. This includes pick up and disposal. You can t beat that. I think this is a very Good inside proposal but it does no to fit our needs at this the City of Blue Ash is still considering the proposal. Blue Ash pays $2.42 per ton to dump at Morrow Ohio. Charge to dump at the Merco Dizer is $6. But the 15 year contract with no Rise m Cost looks attractive too according to Marvin Thompson Blue Ash administrative assistant. He says limited land fill Sites Are another consideration. Henry Camp service director of Deer Park says he has not received information about the system. When advised of the Cost and the 15year contract he said a Ftnat is double what we pay now. As far As being the same drice 15 years from now that remains to be seen. Nothing will be the same Price in 15 some communities however Are looking seriously at a system that offers two almost unheard of commodities today a an unlimited source of Energy and a guaranteed stable Price. Puffers fall Jeff Lynne Tissandier 4417 Clifford rd., Deer Park fell Down the stairs May 29. He suffered a possible sprained Back. Deer Park life squad took him to Good Sam Hospital. Hit in head Randell Stanifer 7939 Richmond Rossmoyne was hit in the head with a Rock May 30. He was taken to Ems Hospital by Deer Park life squad. Pat Kay s or Quot a Tours offer different View of Cincinnati p. 5. 9 activities at Chamberlain Park Start june 10, sports p. A. 9kidge-Kennedy hits. Should coordinate recreational efforts editorial p. 2. Ruff students to exhibit at Cinti. Art club p. 6. Oki says state reviewing Hartman study an environmental Impact study on the Reed Hartman Highway construction promised by the Ohio Kentucky Indiana regional planning authority to Blue Ash residents last february has not yet reached them. A a we re hoping it will be ready in the next six weeks a Dennis Madden action plan coordinator for the Oki department of transportation said. Madden said an Impact study was prepared by Oki in february and sent to the Ohio state department of transportation for review. Three months later the study has still not been returned to Oki. A we Are not Happy with the amount of time it is taking them to get this done. We promised the peo Kle it would be three weeks and we re sorry a Fadden said. Several residents worried about what construction will do to Trees in the area have approached Blue Ash Council asking what happened to the study. Oki intends to hold a Public meeting for residents when the study is available. T Ransil meeting planned residents of Norwood Amberley Village Silverton Sycamore township Hazelwood and Deer Park Are invited to attend a meeting with the Queen City metro company and the Southwest Ohio regional transit authority june 11, 7 30 . In the Kennedy Heights presbyterian Church. Some of the proposed changes to be discussed Are Galbraith re. Crosstown to North Gage malt and Kenwood Mali and Plaza Combine routes 71 and z and extend to Hyde Park Plaza express service from Montgomery Plainfield Sharon Ville and Dillonvale. The meeting is a follow up to meetings held in various communities earlier this year on what improvement citizens wanted to see in transit services. Dial a class new part time students planning to sign up for summer school at us Are reminded that june 6 is the a dial a class deadline for classes starting june 17. After the june 6 deadline students will be required to Register in person june 3-15 in Annie Laws drawing room us teachers College bldg. Possible slipped disk Joe Perin 7191 Knoll Amberly Village suffered a possible slipped disk while tying his shoe june 2. He was taken to Epp Hospital by Deer Park life squad. Deadlines deadline for All Church club and scout news is Friday noon for the following wednesdays paper

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