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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - October 29, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioLa Harry Obio hi3tari<331 f 1982 Veltsa ave., Sci Nabua 9bio 4 0. S. P33ta12 bulk rag paid a a t 1 a a a 2i a j. 9 j j,., j ii to place a classified and dial 7317170 by 4i00 . Tondat display Adverl Siok amp news dial 531 -0234 flying fingers finish first Sharob a e. Crole. 7.413 j tiler avr�?Te., accepts a bouquet from i it a it id b. Duvet president of Olsten temporary ser a ire of Cincinnati after winning the oct. 20 greater Cincinnati typing contest sponsored by olsten., Sharon who works a a for denied 4>rp. To a a seven Day Caribbean cruise for two. She a cored the highest of i 40 contestants by typing 94.7 word per minute. A plan to improve Malsbary pm. To hmm Start my the Ciummu in t m to Fhlug Ash am Bartex Village Tun a till m Ude Iru pleasant Hupac her inn Kennedy Heights save Ron a gtd Deer Park woo move Kwh Neale Mark of circulation vol. Xiv no. 13 15c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday october 29, 1975 4415 Montgomery he. Phone 531-0234 Blue Ash to file for Federal funds by Sandy Smith the City of Blue Ash will file in cooperation with Hamilton county in requesting Federal Money available under the Community development Block the City Council meeting oct. 23, administrative assistant Marvin Thompson reported that after studying the Grant program City Blue Ash students present Flag designs a group of civic minded fourth Grade students at Blue Ash elementary took it upon themselves to design possible flags for the City of Blue. Ash. And presented them at the october cite Council meeting. Under the direction of. Their teacher Lillian ring., the students researched other Flag designs. Students. Katy gutting Quot and Billy Southerland presented the designs to Council along with the following letter signed by All their classmates. Our fourth Grade class us about the Woodlawn Flag and we became interested in a Blue Ash Flag. Ignea his or her idea of a Blue Ash each person Desi Flag. We Are presenting you with our designs. We would really like a Blue Ash Flag for our Fine City. We Hope that City Council will devise some method of obtaining a Flag for the City of Blue Ash. Sincerely yours. Fourth Grade class room 108 officials feel they have a better Chance of receiving the Grant if they file in conjunction with Hamilton county a request. The City is requesting $125,000 of the funds made available to local communities by the housing and Community development act of 1974. The program which is administered by the . Department of housing and Urban development has. Very strict rules for what Are considered eligible activities for the funds Thompson said. He said Blue Ash plans to use $105.000 to develop Malsbary Park. He explained that Malsbary is the Only Blue Ash Park which serves the entire Community. Improvements planned min for Malsbary Park include Tennis courts rest rooms and a shelter House Thompson and the City al of plans to us the funds to establish a guaranteed loan program for Low income homeowners. These Loans would he. Made through local lending institutions. U Ith City backing to guarantee the loan. This program would help homeowners who cannot get Loans to improve their houses because their income is Tow. Thompson said. Council voted to accept a bid of $5.863.88 from Security Fence co., for Sale and installation of a Fence around the planned storm water detention Basin to be built on. The c1c property. City manager Vic Suhm said the Fence would be seven feet High with barbed wire Strung Aboye. Suhm said digging for the Basin should begin this week he said the Basin is expected to have about a 20 year life according to engineering studies. He said it would Silt up and have to be cleaned periodically during that time. In other business Council a voted to engage Quot Harry Balke engineers to prepare construction contract plans for the completion of the Blue Ash. Link in the Reed. Hartman Highway. Suhm said that most of the Money for the Highway construe11 ion will come from Federal funds for Highway construction. Only about 5% of the Cost will be borne by the City of Blue Ash. A voted to enter into a contract with Safe co insurance co. For Standard fire insurance for the Blue Ash municipal building on Cooper re. Safe co a bid of a $1,020 Premium was the lowest received. Suhm said. A voted to hold the november meeting of City Council on nov. 20 because the regular meeting night Falls on thanksgiving. Stricken at Home Deer Park life squad was called to the Home., of Carrie to Tabakow 62, st. Johns Terrace oct. 25. She was found lying on her bed unable to Quot speak after reportedly suffering an illness earlier in the evening. She was treated for Shock and Airway maintained. And she was taken to our lady of mercy Hospital. Madeira school Board hears r leaded to do takes Cam of the school Flag so we Dei some research on flags. We studied flags of the United states and of other nations. We each made a Booklet and through miss Kaiser s suggestion we visited the historical society where or Patton shared with a us National state and City flags. He told Energy report recommends Huddleston. Art Lynett Rick Helton Judy Vas Sandy daunt Jill Stenger David wagers Wayne alien Shelly Kraft Missy Kristey Mike Hacker. Kitty Hopster Gary Blust Sherry Kirby Brian Mas it or join Wash Burn Danny Maxwell Kathy Lavigne John Baas Jackie Riddle and Tracy Davidson reducing heal at schools inside Amberley rec committee chairman answers editorial with committee s rationale Page 2 Madeira to resurface Park areas Page 15 Deer Park considers sewers parking and a Pool also on Page 15 Silverton decides against Woodford re. Apartments Page 3 Zimm Mumm three injured in car mishap three people were Hurt in a two car collision in Montgomery oct. 24, about 2 10 . According to Montgomery police a. Car driven by Deborah a. Sauter 16, of Loveland failed to yield right of Way at. Shei Dale and Knol Brook drives to a car driven by Herbert John Raabe 67, of 776$ Jolain or. Raabe miss Sauter and another passenger in her car Lynn m. Kruse 16, of shei Dale dr., received minor injuries. Miss Sauter was cited with failure to yield right of Way. She told police she did not see the Raabe car and proceeded through the yield intersection at about 25 Mph. Bicentennial crab apples the City of Montgomery has Bee Given a cra Bapple tree by to Nursery to be Madeira school Board heard a report at its oct. 20 meeting on ways to conserve Gas use at the schools. The report made by the Energy comm of the school planning commission suggested the schools he equipped with a Complete thermostat maintenance program. Madeira schools will have to pay $10 per cubic it. For Gas Over its allotment by cd amp a. The regular rate is $1.50 per cd. It. The allotment however is based on the amount of Gas used in. 1972, and since that time Madeira High has increased its Plant by 20 percent with the addition of a Media Center and news gymnasium. No allowance was made by cd amp a for this additional space to heat. The High school is the primary user of Gas fuel in the District. Superintendent Bob Morgan said the records show that the school has been decreasing its Gas use since the Energy crisis. But some of this is due to recent mild Winters. The Energy committee recommends the school lower temperatures in the schools to 68 degrees incl a is r of m a c a f e t e r i As locker rooms showers and shops to 65 degrees in the cafeteria Kitchen and labs and to 60 degrees in the frug a corridors and. Halls n occupied areas would be kept at 55 degrees. Another recommendation is that the Board consider a Back up Oil Burner hut the expense of this about $17,000, might he considered too High. Additional recommendations include week Long Day night temperature regulator to drop temperatures during the 51 percent of the time the buildings Are unoccupied. A Purchase and use of Quick Reading thermometers for immediate adjustment of heat. A place responsibility for Energy conservation with school principals. A immediate monitoring of fuel consumption to watch trends and adjust High consumption immediately. Morgan said the committee chaired by de Rahn made a most Complete recommendation contained in about a 25 Page report which is available to interested residents at the school Board offices. Other members of committee Are Tony Baker mrs. Wanda Hardesty and mrs. To Vanblaricum. Madeira asks goblins to join Parade Madeira Kenwood Jaycees Are extending a cordial invitation to the trick or Treater of the area to join in the Madeira High school Homecoming Parade. The Jaycees believe the youngsters dressed in All manner of costume will add a unique dimension to this years festivities. Plans Are set so the marchers will exit the Parade in sufficient time to return to their respective neighbourhoods for the traditional House to House begging. All ghosts goblins and witches Are requested to assemble in the 5th/3rd. Bank parking lot at 6 30 . Friday oct. 31. The Parade begins at 6 45 . Parents Are encouraged to meet their goblins at the Comer of Miami ave. And Locust in. Where Jaycees and Jayce etes will be on hand to escort the children from the Parade and give them their first Candy treat of the evening. Sil ver ton asks to hear residents ideas Silverton City Council has called a special meeting nov. 6, 7 . At City Hall to hear citizens recommendations about use of Community development funds. Area cities Are eligible to receive some of the 2 million in funds available to Hamilton county communities from the dept of housing and Urban development Hud. Each City must file a Grant application with a plan for using the Federal Money and the Federal government requires that the City residents be Given a Chance to participate in the Choice of uses for the Money. The City is of course administrator of the funds. Citizens with specific ideas about How Federal Money could held improve the Community Are invited to attend. Pumpkin carving is an Art Peter Snow 5. Does t seem too sure about the pumpkin carving prowess of his brother. Andy 12. Andy and Peter live at 7294 Cherbert. Kenwood with their parents or. And mrs. Van Snow and 9 Brothers and Sisters. The Snow children Range in age from 21-5 years old. Safely rules for halloween Sycamore seniors set nov. Schedule planted on the Lawn of the City building. The Montgomery Bicentennial commission is urging City residents to Plant cra Bap Gle Trees in Honor of the Bicentennial. Orders for the Trees which come in. White red or Pink and Cost $2.50, will be taken at the Montgomery Bicentennial to Down nov. 1 at Sycamore High 8-11 . Admission is 50 cents or $1 for a family. You May also order a tree by calling 793-5482. Trick or treat is coming up this Friday 6-9 in i area communities. Cincinnati police chief Carl Goodin has offered some safety suggestions to a trick or Treater. A a bring your parents or other adults along on visits. A stay within your immediate neighbourhood. A accept Only wrapped or sealed treats take them Home to be inspected before eating them. A Wear Light coloured h a 1,1. O w e e n. Costume s decorated with reflective tape for greater visibility. A do not Wear masks because they restrict vision. A use flashlights after dark a if you carry a pumpkin Light it with a Ash Light not a Candle. A observe pedestrian safety rules. A colonel Goodin is also asking residents welcoming Young visitor and offering them treats to turn on porch or exterior lights. He encourages children to Call Only at lighted Homes. Sycamore senior adult Multi service Center has released a list of activities for the month of november. The Center is located at Cooper and Plainfield roads. Residents Over age 55 Are Welcome at the Center open monday through Friday 9 to 4. Nov. 3, 5, 17, and 24 Are the dates for playing Bridge or other cards. Nov. 4 potluck lunch at 12 30. Bring a dish to serve four As Well As your own place setting. A fee of 50c is charged. Please make reservations by the 3rd. Special program on arthritis at 1 30 . Every wednesday sewing for Christmas. Nov. 13 men s tour of Scarlet Oaks. Meet in Scarlet Oaks parking lot at 10 . Lunch at 11 30 is $1.80. Reservations must be made by nov. 7. Nov. 17 pre retirement club at 7 30 . Wine and cheese tasting $1.50. Make reservations by nov. 6. Nov. 20 birthday party those having birthdays during november bring ice Cream or cake and treat everyone. Nov. 21 thanksgiving luncheon at 12 30. Cost is $1.50. Reservations must be made by nov. 18. The Center will he closed Over the thanksgiving Holiday nov. 27 and 28. Queen City metro . Caras Are available at the Center on nov. 11, 12, and 13 from 10 00 . 2 . For a Cost of 50c. For More information Call 984-1234. Beautiful for spacious skies a America inc Beautiful. A free travel presentation by Maurine and Edward l of of Ken Mui. Will be Given t Ruine nov. 14, 8 . At the Madeira Branch Library. 7200 Miami re. Or. And mrs. Lott have travelled the world Over and lectured frequently about their experiences a we have if nil Here Hea Tifal cities mountains River work of Art said mrs. Lot. A your own a country is even More meaningful to us because we have travelled the Lottey color slide presentation will show historical Sites including Plymouth. Concord. Lexington. And Washington. The focus of part of the presentation will be on the natural wonders of the country a from sea to shining Wavra hurl on duty Deer Park police sergeant Ray Wavra was injured As he tried to break up a fight Between two men about Midnight oct. 22, Wavra. Had been dispatched to 4269 Webster ave. To break up a fight but he ended up a getting the worst of it a according to Deer Park police. Wavra was taken to Bethesda North Hospital by Deer Park life squad after he suffered face and head cuts. Charged in the incident were Richard Angus 37, Oft he above address. With resisting arrest disorderly conduct and felonious assault James Garrett. 22. Time address a a resisting arrest disorderly conduct and aggravated assault. Angus was also taken to Bethesda North Hospital. A v r a. Rece i Ved st 11 c hes. And was expected to report Hack on duty soon according to police on monday. Planning the Southwest Region Ohio music education association Omea concert Are. From left. Or. Glenn Muegel chairman of the so Region Omea and a professor at the University of Cincinnati College conservatory of music Jack w Agner Seva More school District music co or dilator. Who is Host for the performance and Sigmund of front. Concert master emeritus of the Cincinnati symphony orchestra. Regions orchestra concert at Sycamore the Southwest Region orchestra concert sponsored by the Ohio music education association will be held this year in the Sycamore High school Little theater 7400 Cornell rd., sunday nov. 2, beginning at 3 . There is no admission charge. The Region orchestra personnel represent Many of the High schools of the fifteen counties of the Southwest Region which stretches from Cincinnati Hamilton county North to Greenville Drake county. The Young people involved u the Are the top instrumental musicians in their respective High school bands and a the conductor for this years concert will be Sigmund Effron. Concert master emeritus of the Cincinnati symphony orchestra. As the past musical director of the Cincinnati youth symphony orchestra Heffron has selected music which includes such notable composers As Dvorak. Copeland Bizet and several other. Elect Kinsetta and Stertmeyer to Madeira Council issued by e. Hardin Savely

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