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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - March 24, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioIn the Ohio legislature Regina science students new Laws Are aimed at win honors for projects substandard housing Corner aet House Antiques j we buy �1 mil7786 Cooper rd., Montgomery. Ohio hrs tues thru set. 10 to 8 sunday 1 a 6 state representative Frank h. Mayfield jr., of Hyde Park Republican representative from the 67th District who served As a member of the Ohio Legislatures committee on sub Standard housing and other members of that committee Are introducing two new Bills in the Ohio House of representatives which they say will make significant Forward step in Ohio a Progress toward elimination of sub Standard housing. A one measure would prohibit landlords a rom evicting or collecting rents from tenants of sub Standard housing when the property has become sub Standard through the neglect of the landlord. The other Bill would provide for state Grants in Aid to cities to help finance housing code enforcement programs. Mayfield explained that under this first proposal it the owner of residential properties seeks a court order evicting the Tenan the tenant will have a Complete defense to the ? action if he can show that the rental unit fails to meet local housing codes and that the failure was not the result of the tenant. An exception is provided in the event that the landlord in Good Faith seeks Possession for the purpose of substantially repairing or demolishing the premises in such a Case the court shall require proof of the completion of the repairs prior to any further rental of the premises. During the Pendency of the court action the tenant is required to pay his rent into court and if the court finds that the deterioration was the tenants fault the court will order the rent paid to the landlord and the eviction ordered. The second proposal would provide state Grants in Aid up to two thirds of municipal housing code enforcement programs for the first two years and up to 50% thereafter. These funds could also be used by the cities for the demolition of structures that Are unsafe and unfit for human habitation. The measure would further provide state funds to Aid the cities in preparing and advising housing codes and training housing inspectors. The Grant in Aid programs would be administered by the director of the department of Urban affairs. Mayfield estimates the Cost of these programs to be Between $2.5 million and $3 Milia it a annually. They would be funded by the legislature through its usual appropriation procedures. Mayfield explained that both measures had been drafted in cooperation with representatives of both landlords and tenants and municipal government. Mayfield said a if we Are successful in passing this vital legislation it indeed will be a new Day in Ohio in our fight to eliminate the slumlords and we will be another step closer to a reaching our goal in insuring that everyone of our citizens will have a place to live that is Safe clean and possessing the necessary facilities. Slim gym at Myca Williams Branch Myca will begin a a slim gym series tuesday March 30. Classes meet each tuesday and thursday with the morning session at 9 30. Top speller. Robbie Lodder 3440 Woodford a pleasant Ridge is the sixth Grade spelling Champion of pleasant Ridge school. Robbie son of or. And mrs. Robert Lodder of Lodder photography studio will enter Shroder a Junior High in the fall. The next step in the spelling Competition will be a written exam at Woodward High school apr. 3, followed by the final Oral elimination at Cincinnati Gas b electric co. Apr. 24. Always on tuesday and monday. Wednesday thursday. Friday and saturday the Thrift office in Montgomery Square is now open every weekday to serve you at your convenience. Stop in soon. On monday wednesday thursday Friday saturday and of course tuesday. Saving amp loan Patricia Mcalister 5709 Doerger le., pleasant Ridge a Sophomore at Regina High school was a special Winner at the annual science Day of the Ohio Academy of science at Miami University a she was selected As the Winner of the District award of the Ohio water pollution control committee for her entry a the effects of h3c12 on the growth of Mung bean sprouts and the ability of yeast extract to offset mercuric she will receive a $25 Bond from the committee. Pat will also present a paper at the Nasa sta youth science Congress to be held in Cleveland in april. She is one of 20 students from five states who will participate. A a a Superior rating was Given to Susan Reichling 5803 Wood Mont ave., for her physics project a osmosis a special Type of Charlene Calaban and Carol Wissel both seniors and Tara Mcdowell and sue Atkinson freshmen were also awarded Superior ratings. A a excellent ratings were earned by sophomores Nanc y Calaha a Terry Wanninger Pat Kra mer and Betty Mienchen and three freshmen Mary Witte Mary Pat Santner and Rae Ann Schmidt received a a a Good rating. Or. Mary Kathryn Gurren head of the science department was designated a outstanding science weddings commercial family portraits studio two photographers Call for appointment 561-4911 531 5352 science award winners. Regina High school students walked off with honors at the recent science Day of the Ohio Academy of science at Miami University cited for projects Are from left seated sue Reichling or. Mary Kathryn Gurren head of the science department and Charlene Calaban standing sue Atkinson Tara Mcdowell Carol Wissel and Pat Mcalister. Ladies Golf league a ladies golfing league meets every sunday afternoon at California Golf course Kellogg ave., at 3 . For nine holes of Golf. The season starts sunday May 2, with two get acquainted sundays the last two weeks in april weather permitting. Prospective members May Telephone miss Parr at 793-6190 for information evenings or saturday and sunday resident honoured w. Henry Blohm 2636 fair Oaks le., Amberley Village was honoured at the National meeting of the provident Mutual leaders association at Hollywood Fla. A member of the n alums million Dollar round table Blohm was invited to the four Day seminar at the Diplomat hotel in recognition of his professional service to clientele in the past 18 months. The envoys a Rockaway. N. J. The envoys quartet rom Rockaway new Jersey will present a program of americans favorite hymns gospel songs and spirituals each night during special evangelistic services at Blue Ash Church of the Nazarene Hunt re. Amp Blue Ash rd., Blue Ash. Ohio. These services will be March 28 thru 31, 1971, 7 30 . The envoys All accomplished musicians from nationally known singing groups travel 70.000 Miles a year in their personalized Grey hound Type bus. Their travels have taken them to 40 states and to some of the largest churches and auditoriums throughout Canada and Newfoundland. They have Sung to thousands in Constitution Hall Washington . And the farm show Arena Harrisburg. A. The envoys personnel include Don storms manager and Lead Singer Dallas Henry pianist and baritone Ron Kelley Tenor and Brandt Gillispie Bass. Rev. Ronald a Barber and the Church extends a a a Arm Welcome to All to attend these services. Blue Ash Church of the Nazarene Hunt and Blue Ash ads. Sycamore Deer Park Jaycees received a first place award from the Ohio Jaycees during ceremonies at a quarterly All state meeting. Pictured i to r Are Jim Miller president Jim Gross programming vice president and a. Larden Scott president of Ohio Jaycees. The local group won the award for a ways and Means project the Wasai haunted House. During each state meeting the Jaycee chapters Are measured against other units from communities of respective size. Anyone interested in joining the Sycamore Deer Park Jaycees May Contact or. Miller 891-5815. Vice chairman of meetings in England Moses Levinstein 3957 n. Fordham pm sil ver ton was elected vice chairman of the Board of in t or National Metal spraying conferences at a two Day meeting in London England. He is a senior processing Engineer in the coatings technology subsection at general electric. Levinstein a association with the organization began in 1962, when As . Representative he presented a paper at the third conference in Madrid Spain. Since then he has taken an Active role in the conference proceedings Moat recently at the sixth conference in Paris in september 1970. V the eighth conference will be held in Miami Fla., in 1976, and Levinstein will head the organizing committee for arranging the conference. Northeast 3-a suburban life wednesday March 24, 1971 Montgomery Square hours mon. Thru Thure. It a Fri. 11 8 sat. 9 30-1 f offices also at Madison and Edwards and in Brentwood misses nautical Cotton knits 4 20% off Reg. $446 just in time for Spring and summer fun choose tops pants or skirts in solids or stripes. Misses sportswear upper level misses and half size pantsuits y Grig and if per $11 -$16 a selection of easy fitting knits great for City and country Wear. Many styles. Misses suits upper level misses and half size dresses re if m ,m v o Usu. $7 an assortment of styles for you in easy to care for fabrics. Save Over half misses dresses upper level misses Pant and car Coats $14 Usu and if perf�?~$25$35 choose velours or polyester knits in the new Spring colors. A great buy 6-16 misses Coats upper level girls Cotton knit dresses $ 3 orig. $5 a a delightfully feminine look for Spring in red or natural with Short sleeves and ribbon trim. 7-14. Girls 7-14, upper level girls flare jeans 2 for $ 5 Usu $3.5q-$4 All rugged Cotton Denim Belt loops. Fast Back. Bleached out Navy Brown Plum Green. 7-14. Girls 7-14, upper level girls panties 4-14 4 for $1 save on panties in an assortment of fabrics. Cotton Rayon or Nylon. Fine Quality. Girls accessories upper level big and Little girls coat ensembles 3-6x $10.88 7-14 $12.88 a is great for easter and All Spring bonded fabric in assorted styles and washable. Girls clothing upper level Little boys flare Slacks 2 for $4 Usu.$3 All no Iron poly Ester Cotton. Half Boxer Waist. Double knee for extra Wear. Fine for school. 4-7. Little boy supper level boys famous maker Slacks and jeans 3 for $6 of per 5435 choose from various styles in no Iron blends. Fine for play or school. Reg. And slim sizes 8-18. Boys clothing upper level boys sport or dress shirts 3 for $5 u�us27 no Iron blends with spread collars in solids or stripes. Stock up now 8-18. Boys clothing upper level men s no Iron dress shirts $1.50 Usu. S4-s6 spread or Lon Point Collar Button or French cuffs solids or stripes. Broken sizes 14h-17, 32-35. Menswear upper level men s famous maker jeans and Slacks s $3 88 of $7$12 from a favorite famous maker. Jeans or pants great for casual Wear. Choose several styles and colors. Menswear upper level men s. Polyester blend suits $26 us s6� Good looking new styles. 2 Button with wider lapels. Stripes and plaids. 38-46 Reg., 38-46 Long. Menswear upper level men s better Quality knit shirts $1.89 a up Quot 47 choose from an assortment of styles and colors. Great for sportswear . Menswear upper level Pacific twin and full sheets Muslin twin Flat or fitted. If per. 2.293/$5 Muslin full Flat or fitted. If per. 2.493/$5 Muslin pillowcases. If per. 1.49 or. 99c or. Percale twin Flat or fitted. If per. 2.79 3/$6 Percale full Flat or fitted. If per. 2.99 3/6.50 Percale pillowcases. If per. 1.69 or. 1.29 or. Linens upper level Daisy print quilt top bedspreads Foj orig. $13. Save Well Over half on these machine Wash and dry Able full size bedspreads with a Daisy pattern. Linens upper level draperies. Assorted widths and lengths $11 a per. S15-s40 choose from lined and unlined styles. You re bound to find something you need draperies upper level

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