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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - March 15, 1972, Cincinnati, OhioHelp1 it grow. Blue Ash Montgomery life squad Junior members Stan Reddish right and Mark Sullivan urge local Industry and businessmen to heat the thermometer in Montgomery Square shopping Center by donating to the life squad Bull Dong fund. Life squad building fund now underway hero meter located in front of the Kroger store in Montgomery Square shopping Center and at the Blue Ash hardware store Kenwood re. Are now measuring Progress of the sue Ash Montgomery life squads building fund drive underway since monday. Quot the thermometers will b e u p d a Ted d a i 1 y As contributions Are received from businesses and Industry in the next few weeks. The Campaign goal is $50,000. The new building at 9800 Kenwood de is near completion. It is planned that the Large training room in the building will enable the squad to conduct an expanded., first Aid program and More diversified training for themselves. The inclusion of a. Dorm opens up membership to persons who do not live close enough to respond from their Homes. More members Are needed in order for the squad to Man the station around the clock. Additional volunteers Are also needed for the House to House Campaign which starts april 3. Anyone willing to collect of donate May c o n. T a c t de. Ste Nger 891 -0266 or any member of the squad. A i Camp fire girls say Quot thank you Quot to All their friends on the annual Cupcake Day held this year on mar 16. Bluebirds making cupcakes above Are Melanie Hahan 6760 Kincaid ave., Chipeta District and Brenda Harris 4007 Taylor ave., and Jenny Bavis 4006 Rosslyn dr., Miami District. Some 75,000 cupcakes were distributed to radio and to stations newspapers schools churches firemen policemen and other in the Community for their help end support of the Camp fire program. Deer Park to celebrate 60th the City of Deer Park will celebrate its 60th anniversary of incorporation luring 1972. In making the announcement mayor Villiam j. Kleiman has appointed Jack Bauer 3933 Fia Toon ave., As general it cent pc Quot 9 la Tuttino Quot Low cholesterol other special met weight watchers a health foods 3x14 i it Wood it. Lookout mum i show 321-7016 chairman of special ceremonies to be held later in the year. Bauer is president of Deer Park City Council and has also served the City As Ward two councilman and As Deputy auditor. He is past p r e s i d e n t of the Sycamore Deer Park Jay Cees and the Deer Park Republican club. Howard Early s Kenwood 8112 mon i gome my re Between amp Galbraith across from Schenke line Meic 891-2150 Central air conditioning special pre season Sale 2-ton 24,000 . 5795. 2h-t0n 30,000 . 5895. 3-ton 36,000 . 5995. 354-ton 42,000 -51095. Pro be based on Complete installation 1-year parts warranty 9 5-year compressor warranty Model 38gc Quot challenger plus Quot using existing warm air chamber Blower motor duct work amp registers and electrical service. Carrier Quot for those who wan1im rest Quot this offer expires March 18th, 1972, Ray Williams co. 791-7227 7613 Sycamore a Montgomery a 462 42 Fer View Langdon farm 1982 , ave it i001e Columbus Ohio 43211 a it no left turn sign wont Stop Spe members of the pleasant Ridge Community Council Are opposed to a mandate issued by City manager William Mcclain that no left turns be permitted from Fer View ave. Onto westbound Langdon farm. Re. Instead they Are asking that a traffic Light with a pedestrian walk Light be installed at the intersection. The no left turn sign already up on Fer View is the City a answer to complaints issued by the pleasant Ridge Community Council last january on driving hazards along la n go o n farm rd., Between Wiehe re and Montgomery rd., according to Herbert Pence jr., chairman of the Langdon farm project. Following a string of traffic deaths along the stretch in the pest six years climaxed last september with the death of two neighbors who were hit while backing out of their drive onto Langdon farm., Pence and a committee of Community Council members met with City traffic engineers and the police department to discuss a solution to Speed problems on the Section of Langdon farm. Quot we were assured no decision would be made by of tit City officials without them first coming Back to the Community Council Quot Pence said. Quot now thet a f Foj c Engi Neer s have scorned in a letter written March 9 to mayor Thomas Luken Pence argued that instead of decreasing the danger situation on Langdon farm a no left turn sign would a eat a new problem by increasing traffic on Briarcliff ave. And Tulane re which Are now used As alternate routes for a left turn Pence said a Light would i permit the Safe Entrance of traffic from Fer View onto Langdon farm 2 permit pedestrians to Cross Langdon 3 permit Safe left turns from Langdon farm onto Fer View under Mcclain a suggestion left turns would still be permitted from Langdon farm to southbound Fer View 4 reduce speeds along Wiehe to Montgomery stretch. Radar for the area was also asked. Referring to the no left turn from Fer View Pence said that the tse of alternate routes wout id necessitate Drivers. to turn left westbound onto Langdon to drive two blocks out of their Way avid would create a potential for accidents on Briarcliff. Quot the Lack of thought in this merry go round solution to f Renview potential a Sard is obvious Quot Pence said. A a increased traffic will enter Tulane re. From Briarcliff ave., through an uncontrolled inter sect ion. Tulane re. Already carries heavy traffic Short cutting Between Montgomery re. And Langdon farm. The combined traffic of Tulane and Fer View will be forced to use one Entrance to Langdon farm. Quot Quot in a sure the delay in entering Langdon farm will cause. Drivers to take unnecessary risks resulting in accidents being shifted from one Quot intersection to i another Quot Pence said. Mcclain said the reason for the left turn suggestion is a severe visibility restriction to about 200 feet arguing for a Light Pence said that presently there Are 80 households located on Briarcliff and Ridge Cliffe aves., which now use Fer View for Access to Langdon farm in addition there is a 156 unit apartment building on Fer View and a Light manufacturing firm with 360 employees. Pence said he and a group of citizens Are prepared to take Quot direct action Quot if another Accident takes place along the stretch. W to place a classified and dial 731-7110 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 53-1.-0234 serve a the comm unit Tes of Blue Ash a Moniti joinery Amber Village Indian Hill Madeira Tea san t Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heigh is st i ver ton a Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dilion in tel Ridgewood Mam k. Of circulation integrity Cincinnati Ohio wednesday March is 1972 display aos Ano news classified aos s31-0 2 34 131-3170 vol. X no. 33 trash collection fees to begin in Deer Park finances in Black Lou Voelker Deer Park fire chief is in for a big Surprise when be returns from a seminar in Kansas City kan., this weekend. Deer Parks Brand new fire truck has arrived in town for finishing touches and will be delivered to Deer Park in two weeks. Dave Jones suburban life a genial and Man is the proud father of a daughter born March 9, in it Hamilton Hospital. Little Heather Ann has a big sister and two Brothers and Dave and his wife have a perfect family. Tax increase reports false for Deer Park Deer Park has made no decision to put an increased earnings tax on the ballot in May contrary to a daily newspaper report. J. Henry Camp safety service director denied the report saying Deer Park May decide to ask for an increase in May but Quot its Deer Park recently enacted a garbage collection fee to gain additional funds. Deer Park voters rejected an earnings tax increase last november. Legion honoured Madeira mayor Dan Mcdonald has proclaimed the week of March 12 As american legion birthday week in Madeira. Trash collection legislation was passed As an emergency by Deer Park Council thursday night despite the fact that asci pc. 31,1971, Deer Park was found to be operating $15,000 in the Black. It was earlier stated that the City had a $22,000 deficit As of the end of the year. Donald Rohdenburg auditor said this was caused by the former Deputy auditor s organic unrefined natural health food amp vitamins in Saturah amp macrobiotic special diet foods Stone ground grains Many kinds. Mcdonalds Dally 9-8 a thurs. 18 8968 Kenwood re. 791-6480 office machine specials office automation Comer Kenwood a Montgomery roads next door to buddy Rogers phone 7911000 accidental failure to include a $38,000 carry Over from 1970, when totalling receipts is. Expenditures for 1971. The carry Over resulted in the extra $15,000 for 1971. Rohdenburg said the trash collection fees Are still necessary because estimated expenditures for 1972 exceed estimated receipts by $45 ,000. The first payment is due april 1. A request by councilman Kamp for an amendment to reduce the rate per year for collection of trash was Sycamore Board votes renewal Levy Sycamore school Board voted thursday to put a 12.27 Mill renewal operating Levy on the May. 2 ballot. The renewal represents about 1.3 million dollars in annual income to the schools and about 30% of the total budget. No increase will be involved. Levy Campaign chairmen Are Lenar Max Dickey 9532 Lansford dr., Blue Ash school area mrs. Louis Gardner 7265 i Umbelina or. Maple Dale school area and mrs. Harry Hende Riey 10281 Buxton le., Montgomery school area. Shroder Community group to meet Shroder or. High school Community association will meet thursday mar. 16, at 7 30 ., in room 125 of the High school. Reports will be Given on issues raised at the mass meeting held in february and the recent series of racial reconciliation workshops held at Camp Marydale by. All interested parents students and residents Are Welcome to attend. More information May be obtained by calling Tom Nae Bird sail school Community aide 351-4266. A Haiti my a humidifying a air conditioning electronic air cleaners specialists in total Home Comfort . Wingerter co. L-984-8134 Defeated by Republican councilmen. Kamp suggested the lower rates after hearing that the City was not operating under a deficit. Pet shop a pet shop on Ohio ave. Was found to be non conforming to the areas zoning but will be allowed to remain open while councilman Robert wards finance committee studies the problem. Root said the Small business Man should have the City a support and since the pet shop deals primarily in fish and hamsters he said he did not believe there was any nuisance being created in Che neighbourhood. Beauty parlor Deer Parks planning commission has recommended that Council Grant permission for operation of a Beauty parlor at 4129 Galbraith re. Council will act later on this request and also on a request from the owner of the strikes and spares Bowling lanes who wants permission for longer Light poles in his parking lot. The present poles Are limited in height to about four feet and As a result of being stolen and broken by vandals. Police chief Nick Wickersheim reported three robberies and 17 House burglaries in february. J Deer pm. Winner Richard Wurtzler 4122 of Leary ave., Deer Park is this weeks Winner in the suburban life Telephone Book cover contest. Winning is nothing new for Wurtzler having walked away with three Cash prizes in the Sheb Oil contests. The father of five children he commented that there should be no problem in finding a use for the $25. Amberley committee to study Twig Wood Access emergency fire and police Access from Oakridge to Twig Wood le., possibly through the opening of Fairoaks dr., is being considered by an Amberley Village committee and will be reported on a next months meeting. The planning commission has recommended that Fairoaks be opened for emergency use Only however the committee Hasa William Krueger have suggested rules and regulations for the installation of burglar alarms in Amberley. Their suggestions Are being considered by the police and fire committee which Hopes to have an ordinance ready in the near future. Tennis courts the planning commission has recommended that the City sell one acre of land adjacent to the Amberley swim and Tennis club for their use in constructing Tennis courts. Promised to explore All possible accesses to Twig Wood from Oakridge before making a recommendation to Council. Fairoaks is a private Street with Access to Twig Wood now blocked. About 20 citizens attended the monday night meeting of Council to be assured that other alternatives besides the opening of Fairoaks Are to be considered. Burglar alarms City manager Hugh Graff and police and fire chief by Luff t free estimates j. I j 11 1 1 Black Schlegir galler1 \ 7740 Laurel 271-2 7saj opposite Madeira Post of Fly i mrs. Grace of Brien Wyandot principal mrs. Grace of Brien assistant principal at Shawnee school and assistant director of the Indian Hill summer school has been named principal of Wyandot school which will open in the fall. Before coming to Indian Hill in 1954, mrs. Of Brien taught at Covington and Kenton county schools in Kentucky. At Shawnee school she has been involved in the development of the continuous Progress program first As teacher and later As an administrative assistant and assistant principal. In her present position mrs. Of Brien will work in preparing for the opening of Wyandot and will officially assume her new position sept. 1. Wyandot is being opened to relieve present overcrowding at the Shawnee school which now houses All the 4th, 5th and 6th grades of the District. Shoe repair inc 6034 Montgomery Road pleasant Ridge Geo. Schwaegerle Milldale lumber company lumber and plywood Cut to size carpenters recommended for a it Type of remodelling. 8805 Blue Ash re. Roumayne 791-6122 order now for Mother. 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