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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - September 06, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioNews in Brief Blue Ash club House contracts awarded Blue Ash City Council awarded nearly $332,000 Worth of contracts for the construction of the club House for the municipal Golf course at a special meeting last thursday. The general construction contract went to Edward t. Honnert and sons inc., 8263 Clara ave. They sub omitted a bid of $292,035. Electrical work will be done by Glenwood electric. 3023 e. Kemper re. With a bid of $56,085. Wulker plumbing co.3673 Paxton rd., was awarded the plumbing work. They bid $47,849. The heating ventilation and air conditioning work will be done by Sheet Metal engineering 3090 Beekman st. The bid $35,987. Council rejected All the bids for food service As too High. The plan is now to make some alterations in the planned Kitchen area and re advertise for bids said City manager Vic Suhm. Construction of the 3700 so. It. Building is expected to begin soon and should be completed by the end of May. Grand opening is planned memorial Day 1979. Charter amendment on Amberley Village ballot Amberley Village voters will be asked in november to approve an amendment to the Village charter that would change the Village managers position on the planning commission from a voting to an advisory member. Village Council approved placing the measure on the ballot to an Early morning emergency session Friday. Quot we Are one of the few or Only City left with this set up a a said Village manager Bernard Bora ten. The amendment would update this system he said. The Village manager is placed in an awkward position As a voting member Bora ten said. He is supposed to advise the other five members of the commission then cast a vote. Quot no manager is going to vote against his own advice a he explained. The proposed amendment Calls for four resident members and one resident Councilperson As voting members of the1 planning commission. Village Council also awarded the Salt contract for the coming Winter to the Morton Salt co. At $20.60 per ton. Boraten said the Village expects to use about 500 tons but Morton has guaranteed 600 tons if needed. He said the Cost was up a few dollars per ton since last year. The Village used 525 tons of Salt and about 400 tons of treated Sand last year. Carrier Pigeon bowl Alink with past present during Wii mrs. Stanley Rowe wrote a newsletter which kept the servicemen from Indian Hill in touch with the folks at Home. In gratitude for the newsletter called Quot the Carrier Pigeon a the men presented her a Silver punch bowl engraved with their signatures. Through the generosity of or. And mrs. Rowe the Carrier Pigeon bowl is now part of the collections of the Cincinnati historical society where it will be preserved for posterity. The punch bowl will be a a initiated sun., sept. 24, at a reception in Honor of the historical society a new director or. Gale e. Peterson. Report on traffic study tonight in Montgomery Montgomery residents who want to hear about the first phase of a comprehensive traffic study plan for the City May want to attend tonight a City Council meeting 8 . At the meeting Jack Pflum of Vogt Sage and Plum the firm doing the study will discuss existing and predictable traffic flow taking into account pressure from surrounding communities and traffic hot spots such As Montgomery rd., Zig Zag re. And several City intersections. Ako at tonight a meeting Council will reconsider a zoning variance which allows Ronald kit Brink to build a garage in his Side Yard at 7964 Shendale Way. Mayor Fred Young vetoed the legislation passed last month allowing the Side Yard variance. At that time Council voted 3-1 in favor of the Kreinbrink variance with. Councilman Howard Smith voting councilwoman Alma Blazic was absent from that meeting. It takes a 4-1 vote to override a veto. Council will also consider another big item of City business accepting a bid and authorizing construction of Campus in. Storm sewer designed to Correct a serious drainage problem in. That area of the City. Show sunday sept. 17 a team is born. Library Ohio Hift Orieal a deify 1982 Velnia ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 a or a i of to 9b30 Armstrong Chapel debuts in fast pitch softball Jack Wise had a few things going for him when he decided to Start up his own fast pitch softball team last year. He had played on the Northside methodist fast pitch team and he had been a decent Pitcher during High school playing for three years at Western Hills with such players As Pete Rose and Eddie Brinkman. So he shouldered the pitching duties himself and got together a squad composed primarily of sex High school baseball stars from Indian Hill and country Day to form the Armstrong Chapel fast pitch softball team Indian Hill. The Young team grew and picked up some excellent men such As Catcher Dale Schwerter Man who is not Only a Fine receiver but constantly hits around the 500 Mark Wise reports. Gary Owens a Good hitter and outfielder who fast pitch in the service Quot joined despite a Young team with Only two players who had Ever played fast pitch softball Armstrong finished third in the fast pitch league and got some valuable experience in a tournament with some better teams from throughout the country. This year the team is not so Green and has a new Gittner Harvey Mason Quot a 3-year-old who plays like 30 a Wise reports. The team is preparing for the big tournament again this year. Going into the tourney the team is led by Barry Keidel hitting a torrid .590 with five Home runs in five consecutive games. In preparation for the tourney the Armstrong team is playing Stop inn cafe top Cincinnati team which played in the regional this last labor Day weekend. You can still see the Armstrong team in action. However. On sept. 10, lamp a Concrete one of the top fast pitch teams in Kentucky will Plav Armstrong in a doubleheader at Indian Hill High there Are Only several teams locally which play fast pitch and Wise Hopes the Armstrong Chapel team will help keep the sport alive., see ros Ter Page 7 to Piare a classified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising amp sews dial 531 -0234 Cincinnati suburban newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silver Tony Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillon Vale Ridgewood Mark of circulation inti Orty vol. Xvii no. 6 i so Tioel Finotti it Miro wednesday september 6, 1978 i i15 in it Mig Mery he. Phone s31 -0234 Sycamore twp. Tops list life area communities get lots of cd Money by i Maurren Hehman life area communities have benefited greatly As recipients of Federal Community development Grants administered through Hamilton county. At cd informational meetings last week current status of projects was Dis Blue Ash. Has received a total of $272,300 for such it completed projects As demolition work in Hazelwood Home improvement loan Malsbary Park improvements Hazelwood Park development ongoing project to extend the Oike walkways in the City and projects which have not yet begun to improve Hazelwood civic Center. Deer Park has received $224,000 for sewer Engineer ing and construction Chamberlain Park lighting and Blue Ash Road i m p r o v e m e n t p r of e c t a listed As Complete in the cd report. Montgomery received $60,000 for downtown improvements and Street scape Complete. Siwert cd has received a total of $281,750 for these projects listed As Complete or in process business District renewal relocation of business tenants planning study Ohio Highland acquisition business District interim site improvement and these in the planning stage demolition at Ohio Highland Ohio Highland relocation acquisition for the downtown business District Park no lot relocation blight removal and parking improvements there. Sycamore township has come into a whopping $666,700 in cd Money primarily for the very expensive High Point sewer construction High Point area acquisition and demolition of dilapidated structures. Also in the life area a consortium of area communities have been Given a $200,000 Grant to buy and renovate the Syra Morr senior Center Plainfield and Cooper roads Blue Ash. Another Grant of $110,000 will help prepare a Little Miami River concept plan a step Forward in Scenic River development. Strict rules and guidelines govern use of cd Money including Public input fair Market payment for property acquisition and payment of relocation Money to people and businesses displaced. Scandinavian heritage preserved members of the scandinavian society of Cincinnati donated several books to the Cincinnati Public Library. At the presentation Are from left standing Hans Rosenberg of Blue Ash representing Finland next to him is mrs. Erik i Viiberg representing Sweden Robert. Olsen representing Norway left front miss Betty Mccoy head technical processes at the Library and Hans Hjort representing Denmark far right front. To promote an appreciation of scandinavian traditions and cultures the society participates in Community affairs holds regular dinner meetings and picnics to celebrate traditional holidays and events supports International student exchanges and participates in charitable and civic activities. For heroism in Wii Bronze Star Given 34 years afterwards Montgomery to become Art festooned Boulevard the main Street through Montgomery Ohio is transformed every year at about this time into a Busy Art festooned Boulevard visited by tens of thousands of people from the state and beyond when the Montgomery sidewalk. Art show is presented. The Art show this year is scheduled for sunday sept. 17, noon until 5 . More than 300 exhibitors will line both sides of to n to m Ery re. Fro m Cooper re. To Chester a Road House. More than 250 artists have already registered for the 23-year-old Art show. Artists who would like to exhibit May Contact Art show general chairman Harry at Henderly design studio 9389 Shelly ln., Montgomery. Exhibitor fee is $10 for adults and $1 for youth and entries will be accepted until noon the Day of the show. A inside of Silverton revitalization gets boost wit new office new business Page $. A inaccuracy in a Madeira Quot Story lost week letter Page 2. A Busy club year begins Page 4. A Bill Hagerty Back with a night beat a Page 11. A Sycamore soccer season begins Page 6. A Moe principal also a graph analyst a Page 7. Adult exhibitors must provide their own Means of hanging and display. Entries Are being screened to eliminate the possibility of Flea Market clutter., exhibitors May sell their works and no commission is charged. First second and third grand prizes will be awarded in three categories 1 realistic and impressionistic 2 no objective and abstract and 3 youth. Judges for this year s show Are local artists Art educators and pro f e s s ion a 1 d e s i g n e r s. They Are de Betz Martha Breidenbach Frank Herrmann James Kennedy Sam Lipson Phil Olmes. And Emil Quayle. The Montgom e r y sidewalk Art show is sponsored by the Montgomery Quot Kiwa rns club and All proceeds will go toward a variety of the clubs charitable activities for children. President of the kiwanis club is Roger Aerni. Other officials of the Art show in addition to chairman Henderly Are Tom Eberhard advertising Mel Dickert judges and Walter Johnson publicity. Rain Date is sunday sept. 24. Thirty four years late former is army Captain Sam Kling Lynne Haven dr., Amberley received the Brooke Star medal for heroism in France during world War n. The medal was awarded in ceremonies thursday at the offices of congressman Bill Gradison. In 1944 Captain tiling s i no of f icer recommended him for the Bronze Star after his actions saved a Small town from destruction. Kling had directed the movement of several burning freight cars and trucks loaded with ammunition and gasoline away from an area populated by civilians soldiers and a Side Valk superintendent at the Art show John rare Madeira school superintendent and artist exhibited his paintings at the 1977 Montgomery sidewalk Art show taking time out to enjoy a Hotdog from the Art show s refreshment area. Food for body and soul area residents pitch in at annual orphan feast several suburban life area Are heading Booths for the 129th annual feast at Beech acres general protestant orphan Home sun., sept. 10, noon to 10 ., 6881 Beechmont ave., it. Washington Parade at 10 . Frank Morse Woodford rd., legion Post 744, is chairman of the Beer and soft drink Booth Arthur Chenault Ravenwood american. Postal. Workers brats Booth Ralph Erlich. Jr., Superior ave. And Robert Ray Plainfield rd., Voiture 29-40 Ana 8, cigars and cigarettes judge Maurice Niehaus Stewart rd., autographed reds baseballs Grace Matthews Gardner ave., orphan boosters potato chips Robert on. Gail dr., judge Norbert Nadel ice Cream James Lewis winding Way fireman a protective assn., fire engines Herman Brookes Sycamore communications workers local 4400 Richard t. Whiting Ironwood ct., Whiting manufacturing co., comforters Harold Dill Ken Ridge knights of pythias Pic a prize Virginia Scott Weller rd., Beech acres women a comm,., dining room Thom and Mary Ann w Allace s. Mingo dr., country store Simon Nielsen jr., Tecumseh tr., elect no items Scott Wallace s. Mingo dr., explorer Post #9, lemonade Ana com a Miller Indian Ridge i on cob Tom i i rd., announced. Prisoners of Captain Kling personally drove one of the trucks and. Helped uncouple and push some burning boxcars out of the danger zone. A a undoubtedly Captain Klings Quick thinking and bravery averted a holocaust Gradison commented. The recommendation for the medal was not processed before Captain Kling was discharged from the service however. He put off completing the necessary paperwork for the award until last july when his nine year old son came across the recommendation and asked to see the medal. Because of the medal s importance to his son Kling decided to pursue the matter and requested Gradison a assistance. Gradison indicated that red tape and difficulty in locating Kling s former commander for verification caused a delay of nearly one year before the army decorations Board at the Pentagon approved Klings Long awaited Bronze Star. Tips on submitting news deadlines for social Church school and. Scout news is Friday noon. This is also our picture deadline. So arts news deadline is monday 10 . Please Type articles double spaced. Include the name and phone of the sender. It is Best to give us two weeks to get a news item in the paper. Editors cannot control the amount of news flow and. News space in a Given is a and we May not a always get a release in the first week. A tfx Oky cleaning specialists since 1s10 pick ups oct Wetr 321-5100 201s maoism Road we buy diamonds and Diamond estates from 100 to 100,000 Call for appt 791-0793

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