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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - May 17, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioIi0��� the Kennedy Heights Community Council has led the fight to upgrade the zoning to prevent further apartment construction and a conce a i Rati a n of government housing in the area. The planning commission recommended the area in question be rezoned and has asked Cincinnati Council for authority to develop a county wide housing policy to. Avoid concentrations of Low income buildings in depressed areas or n e i g h b o broods Struggis i no for stability. A spokesman from the planning office a said the proposed resorting would not affect to we properties inc., which has been granted a permit to build 120 units on acreage off Woodford re. He said the City could also not prevent other persons who have bought property under the r-4 zoning now in effect from applying for permits. He indicated that the Only other Avenue open to Stop construction now would be through the courts but that he Felt the courts would uphold issuance of the permits under the present zoning. Quot our Only location Quot sparkle. Cleaners a custom cleaning at sensible prices Quot we care for your clothes Quot 4343 c. Galbraith re. Corner Blue Ash re. Plenty of parking a tot a shopping Center within your shopping areas 1 st 04 ss1 -�154-15 -5203 a Ohio historical society 1982 Velma ave. Columbus. Ohio 4yz 11 to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 Servio the communities of Blue ask Montgomery a Bertey Village Indian Hill made Iraq Pleasnt Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity one of the beneficiaries of the cystic fibrosis mothers March sunday will be David Stiegler of Montgomery shown with Cincinnati Bengal quarterback Virgil Carter. David it obviously a healthy and Happy youngster but if he did t take up to 40 pills a Day receive two or More hours of physical therapy every Day and sleep in a vapor Mist tent every night his lungs would fill with mucus and he would die of drowning. Volunteers will visit Homes for funds to fight the dread disease. Council committee to consider rezoning recommendation May 25 a recommendation by the Cincinnati City planning commission that 28 acres along Woodford re. In Kennedy Heights be rezoned from Multi family to single family designation will be considered May 25 at 3 . By the Urban development housing and zoning committee of a a Council. 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio wednesday May 12, 1971 display ads and news classified aos s3 i 0234 731-7170 vol. In no. 40 Khuc spokesmen argued they were against any increase in density and they fear the effect multiple housing will have on the already crowded schools which serve the area. A Towne properties spokesman stressed. A we develop projects that fit into the Community and help round it out and done to disrupt a Community. We build on a Long term a peo pie should Quot to get overwrought about government housing until they look into it a he continued. A this project is not geared for children or to move the West end. To Kennedy Heights. We feel that our project wont contain As Many children As a single family dwellings both Herbert Weiss attorney for Towne properties and. Lewis Levy attorney for another Woodford re. Property o Wner o p p Ose d the upgrading but endorsed the idea for development of a housing police. Weiss argued that zoning did not create Kennedy Heights problems. The planning commission voted 4-0 on both of its recommendations. One suggestion was that Cincinnati Council include in its capital improvements programs provisions for giving Kennedy Heights and the other affected areas continued on Page 2 Breitenbach plumbing service in Silverton committee to study Best use of land experience in governing. Montgomery will observe its first student government night May 19, when students will participate in a special Council meeting. Standing left to right Are Steve Johnston Sycamore High school and John Vonasek Moeller councilmen seated left to right Mark Wellinghoff councilman Craig Carraher Sycamore clerk Tom Morand Moeller mayor Mark Kenny Sycamore administrative assistant Gerry Mcguinness Moeller councilman third Row Montgomery mayor Robert Novak mrs. Jean Schroer who organized the event and Scott Feldmeyer Sycamore councilman. Not pictured Are Phil Murray Sycamore councilman and Bob Ashbrock Moeller police chief. Prior to the meeting the Young legislators will be treated to dinner by the Montgomery kiwanis William r. Matthews. Club and Wilt receive certificates of their office from judge Madeira Board faces dilemma of Levy defeat cutbacks which will be the least detrimental to the educational program were among the subjects discussed by the Madeira Board of education at an executive session monday night. Action on decisions reached Are expected to be taken at the Board meeting monday May 17, at 8 . At the Board of education office Camargo and Miami. Madeira school District voters Defeated the $8.75 per thousand evaluation operating Levy 1464 to 1127 and the 8800,000 Bond Issue for construction and remodelling went Down 1528 to 1058. It is expected that the Board will vote to resubmit the Levy in november. A portion of the Levy $2.20 per thousand valuation was a renewal. Part of the Money which would have been generated by the Levy has been committed for salary increases. Salaries in the Madeira District Are almost at the Bottom of the 23 school districts in Hamilton county. Pre kindergarten classes planned the Deer Park Community schools will again be offering a summer class for pre kindergarten children. This class is designed for children starting kindergarten in september who May have difficulties adjusting to the school program and will be offered tuition free to children residing in the Deer Park school District. The class is administered by the Deer Park schools and funds Are provided by the Deer Park elementary schools Pat. Mrs. Kay Marchioni will again be the teacher. Quot Hie class will meet during the morning at the Amity elementary school for a six week period beginning june 21 and ending july 30. Parents who feel their children would Benefit by participating in this program May Call Eugene Haughey assistant superintendent at 891-4200, Extension 55. Injured in fall Diana Mcconnell 14, 4223 Schenck ave., fell Down the basement Steps in her Home May 9, and suffered a possible fractured left ankle. She was taken to mercy Hospital by the Deer Park life squad. Improvement of Quot City owned property aroused considerable comments and complaints from Silverton residents when Council met thursday night. After prolonged discussion Council agreed that it would select a committee composed of members of the recreation commission representatives of All interested Silverton civic groups of All existing Block clubs in addition to others deemed necessary by Council to formulate plans for the Best use of the City owned land at the foot of Alta ave., extending along the clan Railroad tracks about 800 feet and that All suggestions and plans made by this committee be submitted to Council for consideration. The protests came to a head after members of the kiwanis club and the Silverton firemen a protective association volunteered their service saturday to Clear out underbrush and deteriorating Trees with the use of donated equipment. Spokesmen representing residents from Oak Crest and Queen Crest objected to the Felling of Trees and argued this would cause the Hill to slide and Mil to erode. They want the land left a it is and were opposed to one suggestion that the land be used Fox a play Field for Silverton youth. Residents stated that if a playground were developed youngsters would Cut through their Yarda. Mayor Richard Benken a nurseryman by profession stressed most of the Trees will be preserved. The property is overgrown with weeds rubbish and underbrush. The idea is to Clear the acreage and then determine the Best use for it. Clearing the property around the Railroad tracks will also Cut Down the use of this area As an escape route for robbery who have been harassing Silverton merchants. Benken said volunteers will continue the clean up process in other action Council was told that the Silverton kiwanis club will improve the memorial Park at Parkview and Montgomery. They plan to install a new base around the Monument and erect two More plaques one in memory of those who died in world. War ii and the other honouring those who gave their lives in the korean and Vietnam wars. The project will Cost an estimated $1700. Learned from councilman Jack Young that All the new Street lighting called for in the Cincinnati Gas and electric co. Master plan has been installed. He said after the Trees Are in full Bloom the committee will tour the City to see if any additional lights Are needed heard mayor Benken proclaim May 10-16 As March for humanity week in Silverton on behalf of prisoners of to and those missing in action in Vietnam. Accepted the bid of Fritz a Auto service of $478.50 for Purchase of the fire chiefs station Wagon a 1964 Model. A 1971 Chevrolet Wagon has been purchased for the fire chief Quot essay contest held or students being hospitalized Sophia Rutherford 55, 7902 Lake ave., a chronic heart patient was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital under oxygen May 7. At Bethesda North Cleo Rogers 91,. 7237 Monterey a chronic heart patient was taken to Bethesda North by the Deer Park life squad May 9. Res women organic Gardas supplies organic fertilizer Ferrell liquid a it dry new Garden items free Sample Mcdonalds 8968 Kenwood re. 791-8480 an essay contest for Silverton e h. O o 1 children grades four through 10, is being sponsored by the juvenile Bureau of the Silverton police department. The topic for students in grades four to seven is a Why we need policemen Quot and is limited to 200 words. Students in grades eight to 10 Are asked to write on a const r Active ideas on betterment of policemen a in 500 words. All essays must contain name address school Grade and phone number and must be turned in to the Silverton police station by May 28. Winners will be awarded swimming Pool passes. Squadron meeting cinc inn a to p o we r Squadron will hold a dinner meeting at four seasons Marina restaurant next wednesday at 7 . Milf Dale umber company lumber and plywood Cut to size for Pine Pong Tablas Bat k a f b a 11 lie k boards train Tablas. �?��?�05 Blue Ash re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 the circus is coming to town. Clown a pretty Trape a artist and elephants Are necessary ingredients of any circus. They will be in abundance when the Sells amp Grey circus comes to Blue Ash thursday May 20. The three ring european style circus will give performances at 4 and 8 . At the circus grounds at by pass 50 and 126, Mckinley re. The performances Are being sponsored by the Montgomery Blue Ash life squad and proceeds will be used for a building fund according to Clef us Oaks squad chief. Free 5 gals. Gas with Oil change filter lube double Stamps Yates Comet 43 84 in. Galbraith 984-3987 let us convert your Street shoes into Golf shoes a at a great savings a its much cheaper Riessinger shoe service 3554 e. Galbraith re. Lilo Vale shopping Center _751-1150 s b y a menus 4 women a 100% Waterproof Golf shoes Oria. .415. 14.88 All sizes Una re Yal sneaker Sale a Pursuit basketball style in two out by Jackie Thomas Kenwood Mali is a out of this weekend there la be a w this world scale modal gemini capsule in the mall. Not Only is ii our contribution to nat�?~1. Air travel month but it in give you an Opportunity the see a fantastic achievement by a member of the younger generation. The spacecraft built by 13-year-old, Eric Chermely son of our Quot travel King a Hank Chermely. You la be amazed at this Young Man s accomplishment so do come see but please Don t touch travel King said thay can to Book a trip on the spaceship but will be Happy to plan an a a out of this Wii do vacation for you to see an a out of this world Art exhibit lust walk a a into a a meeting room. Sponsored by the Cincinnati women Art society you can View the show through sunday. Golfers that drive balls Quot out of this world and can to find them Don t despair Arnold Palmer cleaners has a free one Welting for you with every ss.00 order or if your order is lets buy one for just 75c. They re Worth $1.25 i Winter clothes cleaned end Stock up on Golf galls so get those a at the Tam time. Visit our Quot mall world. World bargains available at the Kenwood mall everyday. And for goodness take done to forget to buy pickles at Thrift Way after Alt International Pickle week starts tomorrow. Liju Pulju �.2jul2jl8juuuuuuuu pm old adverts meant
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