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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - October 06, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioA walk for the Blind a a project of Blue Ash Liona is being headed by Fred Martin and Ron Maloti kneeling and Rich Winkler and Charles linear standing. Tie a a walk will be held saturday starting at 10 at the first National Bank parking lot Blue Ash. Members school children and All interested persons Are asked to obtain a sponsor who will agree to contribute so much per mile for each mile walked. Proceeds Are used to help support research on blindness provide glasses and examinations for needy children and support other civic projects of the Lions. Free refreshments will be furnished to All participants. Council approves teen Coffee House to open in Madeira Madeira City Council monday night put an official stamp of approval on a teen age Coffee House that will open this saturday night in st. Paul a United methodist Church. Sponsored by the fish organization a group devoted to doing charitable works in the City the Coffee House will feature Rock bands including Quot Branch Hill this saturday films and a relaxing atmosphere where friends can meet to talk or dance. Dennis Harrington 6870 Esther le., Barb White 7321 Timberland and Nancy Mendricks 7805 Dee st., addressed Council assuring them that the Coffee House would have adult supervision and the surrounding area would be cleaned up by those in charge. The Coffee house1 will be open from 9 . Until 1 Inq. Every saturday and admission will be 50 cents. Proceeds will go for the Upkeep of the House and various charitable projects. Including a a hot line to be established in Madeira. In other action Council passed to the second Reading an ordinance that would authorize the county commissioners to pursue a topics area wide plan to study drainage traffic control and Street problems in Madeira. Passed an ordinance authorizing an application for Federal funds available wins Fellowship Wolfgang Pelz son of or and mrs. Heinz Pelz 8463 wicklow ave., Dillon Vale has been awarded a Fellowship to attend Virginia p o 1 y tech n i c Institute and state University Blacksburg a. The Fellowship is provided through an environmental e n g i n e e r ing s to t is tics training Grant from the National Institute of health. Pelz is studying for a masters degree in statistics. A the 1r it in m it Timmy under the emergency employment act. Madeira a share of Federal Money would be $39,000. Passed an ordinance authorizing the City manager to enter into contract with the Cargill Salt company for the de icing of Street. Cargill was Low bidder at $10.20 per ton. City manager babe reported that work on Dawson re. Scheduled to begin oct. 4 will begin oct. 7 because of obstacles met with cd amp a. And the Telephone company. He also noted that debris clogged in a drainage ditch on the a amp of Railroad property will be removed by the Railroad. The debris caused flooding in basements and backyards in Homes on the South Side of Ca Margo re. Between Miami and the a amp of. Mayors notes mayor Mcdonald informed Council that halloween will be held oct. 31 from 6 30-8 30 . The Public is invited to attend the dedication of the metropolitan sewer District service Center thursday oct. 9 at 10 . At 225 West Galbraith re. A no vacancy a Norwood apartment did no to last Long when advertised in Csini classified. One Day in fact. Glen Childers reports he so very pleased with the Quot great results he received in renting his property with a one time and. Some 25 3 0 p e so n s were interested enough to Call him. A to put the a no vacancy a sign in front of your apartment building in a hurry Ball 731-7170. Cd read restaurant go the Freeh Gormas Trio hospitality motor inn 793 4300 Moo Montgomery re a at i-7 l behind Sobrio station .4 a a it Tarj a of Impf Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping area 791-5804, 561-6154, 691-9203 safety first at first shuck. Isit 4l c Jar Monr it. Savings amp loan Assn. 4539 Montgomery rd., Norwood o. 631 4246 _. It Felt est 1904> l. It 570 �70 on certificates quarterly Library Ohio i Star 14ft 1 society 1932 Velma ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 serving the communities of Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridge it Ood Mark of circulation integrity 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio wednesday october 6, 1971 display ads and news 531-0234 class in ico a of 7 31 -7170 vol. X no. 10 death brings warning Kenwood residents urged to watch Highway fences division eight Deputy director Robert f. Bevis made a plea to the citizens of the Kenwood locale to maintain a close watch on the interstate fences in the Kenwood area. One youngster lost his life a Short time ago while attempting to run across 1-71 and save a few minutes time. He gained Access to the interstate through a Hole that was deliberately Cut in the Chain link Fence. Bevis indicated that the fences Are maintained along i i a Reward of $2500 has been offered by Wco to for information leading to the arrest and final conviction of the person or persons responsible for the murder of car Parker Jones of s i i Verton. Jones was maintain ence supervisor of Channel 9. Cub scouts of Dan Beard Council Are Selling tickets for their annual show a cub of Rama 71,�?� to be Quot held at the convention Center saturday dec. 4, from 1 to 9 . The show will feature Indian lore plaster casting Holiday decorations rope making puppet shows leather crafts and other exciting action. Should be a treat for the Small Fry and their elders too. There is help for men whose brains function normally until they stand up to speak in Public. Seven Hills toastmasters club helps men in All walks of life to speak More effectively. The group meets every two weeks at the Bismarck restaurant adjacent to the Montgomery shopping Center. Interested men Are invited to join and. More information May be obtained by calling Ron Weidner 791-7222. A Richard w. Benken mayor of Silverton wrote a letter of thanks to Silverton kiwanis club for All the work they did in erecting the new Monument in memorial Park. He commended them for their Devotion to duty and for the Pride Par excellence in their contributions to the civic needs of Silverton. A. Wray White City manager of Indian Hill was elected a director of the Ohio City management association at a meeting of the group in Dayton Ohio. Taken to Hospital Sadie Foster 31, 4263 Matson ave., was taken to Bethesda Hospital sept. 29 by the Deer Park life squad suffering from pains in the head from unknown the interstate right of Way As a protective device. They Are constructed to restrict Access to the interstate for the Protection of both the pedestrian and the Motorist. Should the Fence be Cut however there is a Strong temptation on. The part of Many per sorts to make a dash across the interstate rather than walk to an overpass that might add a number of blocks to their trip. According to Bevis the Hamilton county garage of the Highway department is responsible for keeping the Fence in Good repair. He said that the Fence in that particular stretch of interstate has been fixed numerous times already this summer. A Cincinnati columnist had predicted earlier this year that a fatality would result if the practice of running across toe interstate continued. Unfortunately Bevis said the Man was All too right. The division Deputy director issued the plea for local a cooperation when he was told by his maintenance staff that they cannot keep toe Fence in. Good repair. They reported that As soon As they fix a. Section the Fence is Cut in the same place or in another nearby place. Bevis asked that residents in. The area report to the Hamilton county garage a in it holes they see in the Fence. While the area is checked by division personnel it might be that a resident of the area would notice a Hole sooner and perhaps by reporting it then might save a life. Bevis said that cutting the Fence is against the Law. But while his concern in this More for the safety of the re s dents and protecting lives than apprehending offenders he would appreciate residents calling the sheriffs office or the Ohio High Way patrol should they see someone in the act of cutting the Fence. In making the plea Bevis stressed to the parents of school age children that they must impress on their children the dangers of trying to run. Across the High Speed Highway. Not Only could another pedestrian be killed but motorists travelling the Roadway Are just As. Vulnerable. There have been a number of instances of near miss accidents on the stretch of Road when motorists have swerved to miss a. Person running across the Highway. Also High on the Deputy directors list of suggestions was to be sure that no adults be guilty of using the Short Cut themselves. Bevis said that children learn by example and it is difficult indeed to Tell a youngster not to Cross the interstate when he sees his Mother father or neighbor do the same thing regularly. In Blue Ash mayor responds to residents charges by Jean Turner last week suburban life published the substance of a letter written by Charles Arrighi Parkview Market owner 6300 Creek rd., to residents of Blue Ash regarding proposed action on the Blue Ash Airport. He charged that the Hamilton county regional Airport had been formed to control the Airport with the sole purpose to expand the Airport causes. Without any voice from citizens. Mayor Charles Proctor of Blue Ash feels the statements contained in his letter Are unwarranted and tend to generate strife within the City. The mayor charges that Arrighi became alarmed As the result of administrative actions taken by the City against Arrighie a contractor for failure to secure a building for the installation of Arrighie a radio Tower. Arrighi appeared in court for his contractor and was found guilty on two counts for constructing the Tower without a permit. Refuting Arrighie a 5% on regular savings i Deposit by the 10th i interest from the 1st i con be n1e n t a r k1ng Ope n d a. 1l y . Mcville y president a James f. Bisque Secretary Ziff s jewellers Diamond find of fhe week Beautiful Marquise diamonds Seldom Are we Able to offer such heavenly fancy shaped precious diamonds in exquisite settings of 14 k or is k Gold. Carat compare Marquise at $350 la Carat Marquise Diamond a handcraft cd solitaire Diamond Carat compare Marquise at $625 s250 475 Teffs. Quality Jewil irs compare Sqq Marquise at $1200 77j open every Nite til 9 00 pm we Welcome your budget account Swifton shopping Center 731-1800 also to Western Hills Plaza and Newport by. S statement that Airport authority members were not Blue Ash residents the mayor stated that three of the seven members Are Blue Ash taxpayers. George Wilson or. City manager recently purchased a. Home in Blue Ash or. Roy Jett lives on Perry ave., Blue Ash and Robert Levinson president of steel Craft manufacturing co., is a Long time resident and promoter of the City a general welfare. In a statement to suburban life the mayor stated a the Blue Ash Airport is an asset to our City and will not evaluate our property. We Are not expanding the Airport nor permitting approval of any Jet flights. There is a Blue Ash grass runway longer than 4000 feet shown on All Airport maps. All we have done is change the flight pattern to provide a Shorter and much safer Landing strip Only 3500 feet a of y our a it heard a bout Ftp you be read about it the whole town s talking about it the fabulous realistic Bra no padding wires or Staves. I and in id any it tied in your Home. No obligation. 793-7731 Mii Dali lumber company lumber and plywood Cut to size carpenters recommended for All types of remodelling. A 90s Blue Ash re. Rossmoyne 7918122 fresh organic vegetables. Organic health Quot and diet foods. Vitamins and supplements. Organic fertilizers Gertrel liquid. Mcdonald s �?�96� Kenwood re. _791-6410 Kenwood teenager s relax after an evening entertaining youngsters in a children s Ward at Longview Hospital. Sifting from left Are Bill Bartl Dave Hahn sue Nolle standing Jim Wambach and Kent Anderson. Longview children teenagers project by Jean Turner the enthusiasm of the Kenwood woman a club for its special project one of the units in the children a Ward of Longview Hospital has been transmitted to the sons and daughters of several members. A group of 1 Bill and Madeira High school students have been spending Friday nights once a month entertaining the mayor Procter said his main concern was to change the flight pattern so that it would not be Over the ursuline Academy which is in the direct path of the existing Landing strip. The new flight pattern would be Over the proposed Golf course and Over the Industrial area North of Ford re. The new flight pattern is probably responsible for Arrighie a current state cont. On Page 3 Khz project opposed by councilman a. Proposed 20-unit housing project slated for Montgomery rd., Kennedy Heights will be opposed due to action taken by Cincinnati councilman Timothy Garry a resident of pleasant Ridge. At a meeting of councils Urban d e Velo pent housing and zoning committee sept. 28, Garry moved the committee recommend that Council direct prepare lion of a Resolution objecting formally to metropolitan housing authority approval of 102 housing units under a project proposed by Lippman associates. The local project is one of five proposed developments. Garry noted that the five developments involved Are contrary to guidelines set Down by the City planning commission limiting 12 units to each Public housing development. Children in this unit. Headed by Bill Bartl the group includes Bruce Engelhard Mike and Mark Mcshurley Joy Kraus sue Mcmasters d ave k u dec k be a Tom Rockenfield Jim Wambach Dave Hahn sue Nolle and Kent Anderson. One of the outings the Youngs t e r s p a r t i c u lar by enjoyed was a picnic at the Home of or. And mrs. George Bartl Bill a parents. With the permission of Longview . Bill and his friends picked up the children in station wagons and brought them to his Home. Although the children Are emotionally disturbed the picnic seemed to provide the right therapy. They took off in All directions going fro room to room. They took turns walking the dog Riding a bicycle and playing Ball. Later they filled their tummies with hot Dags potato salad. Cupcakes and soft drinks. At the end of the afternoon toe tired but Happy children were returned to the Hospital. Bill and his friends were assisted by Bill a parents mrs. Edgar defend Orf and mrs. Richard Stanforth members of the Kenwood woman a club. The Friday night parties usually consist of a favorite snack and an hour of play. The snack is provided by toe club women. Recreation could be just sitting and talking playing imaginary games or singing and dancing. Mrs. Joseph Semrad who was chairman of the project last year enlisted the help of the teenagers. Mrs. William Heath Coate is chairman this year. Beginning next week free tickets to royals games. Check the classifieds. Deer Park fire cadets Taylor Anderson Roger Matscheck and Tom Camp Are shown being sworn in by mayor Niehaus while safety service director Camp approves. The new cadets make Rire and life squad runs and assist Quot the regular personnel while they learn. The new program was made possible by a change in the state Law age limit. The men will be paid $1 a year for their efforts. Mon in Ftp a Monr really enjoyed the Craft show last weekend and was Happy to see Many friends browsing through the colourful and Uniqua displays. As my daughter and i marvelled at the Talent abounding in each demonstration we Felt a great urge to take e creative plunge ourselves. Lacking the Knack for dreaming up inventive ideas we checked into the possibility of pre packaged kits. Well in Case you be caught the Bug too or if you re lust looking for something different to do during the autumn weeks ahead there Are Many different kits available. Shillito s has a Nice variety and you can also find them at any Craft or Hobby shop. Each kit has a Complete set of instructions and All the materials you need to fashion handbags wallets Jewery Kitchen Para p a nil la and lots of decorative Knick Knack items. Paint by number sets Are still popular both on Canvas and velvet and finish As Lovely pieces to brighten any Home. If you re Clever with needlework there Are kits designed1 with 1 you in mind using several stitches and methods such As crewel needlepoint embroidery and knitting. If you prefer not to use a pre packaged kit Stop by Walden books for a a a How to edition to help your imagination along. Or think up your own projects like using All those Little scraps of fabric that you have stashed in the guest closet to make mosaic print coverlets for throw pillows or wild patterned scarves for your teenagers. Have fun 9 0 9 9 9 94191 advertisement

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