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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - August 04, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioEditorial Library Ohio hi3torioal 1932 Velma ave. Columbus Ohio 13 Lite 1 a by in cause for Celebration it hardly seems possible that 10 years have passed since the first suburban life came off the presses and was delivered to Homes ranging from pleasant Ridge in an area fanning As far North As Indian Hill Madeira and Montgomery. As the original editor we have watched with pleasure and a certain sense of Pride As the area and the paper have grown and progressed. Our prediction that Kenwood would become a Boom town came to pass with the development of Kenwood mall and the myriad other businesses in the adjacent area. Madeira annexed South Kenwood thereby nearly doubling its size. Industrial growth has been notable especially in Blue Ash where Industrial Parks including one developed by the Cincinnati improvement corporation attract business to relocate. To provide balance a family Myca in Hue Ash now serves some 2,000 families in the Northeast area and fills a great recreational need. Ursuline Academy relocated its school from Walnut Hills to a spacious contemporary facilities on Pfeiffer re. And of course Many new Homes have been built in this part of Suburbia. Just As the face of the landscape has changed so has the appearance of suburban life undergone a change for the better we think. Several years ago we switched from letter press to offset printing which provides a clearer More readable paper. I we predict the area will continue to grow and Prosper and it will be our continuing goal to provide accurate objective reporting As Well As feature articles and editorial comment on Community events plus personalized service to our Many valued advertising clients. To place a classified and dial 7317170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 serving the communities olt Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hith Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights sgt invert on Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio. Wednesday. August 4,1971 display ads Ano news classified ads. S3 1 -0234 731-7170 vol. X no. 1 1------ a Nome Deer Park Council Bucks local county planners in rezoning bid a the air Force commendation medal was awarded it. Col. Edward Hillman jr., right by brigadier general Ben j. Mangina commander 302nd tactical Airlift Wing and Clinton county fab. The presentation was at Quot dosing out ceremonies at the base july 24. The medal was presented to col. Hillman for service As Wing staff information officer of the base from nov. 4, 1958 to april 20, 1971. The citation reads in part a Quot the distinctive accomplishments of col. Hillman reflect credit upon himself and the United states air Force. Hillman clerk treasurer of Madeira la now information staff adviser with the Eastern air Reserve Region headquartered at Dobbins fab. In a Volian life he is District manager for the Shaw Barton co. Indian Hill schools to reopen sept. 7 classes will resume at Indian Hill schools tuesday sept. 7. Pupils in kindergarten through third Grade will be either attending Concord primary school or Drake Road primary school. Those in grades four through six will go to Shawnee elementary school formerly Indian Hill Middle school while students in grades seven through 12 will attend the Junior senior High school. The schools time schedule will be the same As last year. Bus routes for both Public and non Public school students will be similar to last year. Schedules Art planned so that the first pick up and the last delivery of each bus will be about 30 minutes before and after school. A i registration of students new to Indian Hill schools will commence at All schools from aug. 10, from 9 00 . Until noon and 1 to 3 . Parents of children who will be attending any of the schools Are urged to come to the appropriate school office As soon As Milldale umber company lumber and plywood Cut to size carpal tart Radom mended tor Alt types of remodelling. �?��?�05 Blue Asti re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 so possible after aug. 9, that arrangements May made for their children. In addition a guidance Counselor will be on duty at the High school starting aug. 9 to help students with the election of courses for the coming year. Parents of new High school students Are urged to Call the High school 561-4225, to set up an appointment with the guidance Counselor. As in the past Only children who Are actual residents of the school District May be enrolled. Exceptions can be made where commitments have been made to live in the school District. In such cases however a tuition must be charged until actual residency has been accomplished. Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping Are 791 -504 581-6154-�ti-9203 savings amp loan Assn -4539 Montgomery re. Norwood o 631 4246 a a a Deposit by the 10th interest from the 1st Timothy a. Garry of pleasant Ridge Cincinnati councilman has just returned from Washington . Where he discussed the crime problems on the local level with Tom Bishop assistant director of the crime records division of the Fri. Garry met with Justice department officials including staff personnel at the Law enforcement assistance administration. Dan Mart of Madeira tied in regular Competition in the 13-15 age group in the All Cincinnati free throw championships july 28. Mart tossed in 13 out of 15 throws. The event is conducted by Tay Baker basketball expert of the coca cola athletic Council and us head basketball coach and de Clott supervisor of athletics for the recreation commission. The Eastern District fire protective association has a new film to add to its Library thanks to the steel Craft manufacturing co., 9017 Blue Ash re. The firm produced and gave to the association an 18-minute, 16 nun color film entitled Quot doors to fire Pieter c. Pastoor of Madeira of the Hamilton county Council for retarded children has completed a five week course in workshop supervision at vocational guidance and rehabilitate i on services Cleveland. Pastoor was one of 15 persons selected from across the nation to attend the course. The Apple Creek Asylum an eight piece musical group will be the featured attraction at the grand opening of the upstairs room of the schoolhouse restaurant in Camp Dennison saturday aug. 7 from 9 to 1. A gourmet dinner will precede the musical entertainment. For reservations Call 831-5753. By Hielen fix to rezone or not to rezone. That is currently a major question facing the City of Deer Park. Contrary to Deer Park planning commission recommendation reaffirmed by a study of the Hamilton county regional planning commission Council seems determined to rezone from residence to office the South Side of East Galbraith re. From Beech st. To the existing Industrial District. Hie first attempt at passage failed although the vote was five to one in favor of the change. However to overrule the planning commission six affirmative votes Are needed. Suburban life has Learned that the majority is hoping to pick up the needed sixth vote from councilman Robert Ward who was absent due to illness. The dissenting voter councilman Leo Root supports the View of the planning commission and the Hamilton county professional planners that a change to office would be spot zoning and undesirable. In its first opinion on the request of John Kegley for rezoning of property at 4315 Galbraith rd., the planning commission wrote on oct. 30, 1970 that it rejected the request not Only on the basis of spot zoning but that no plan for the development of the property was submitted and that there appeared to be no urgent need for additional commercial zoning in this area. In december Council got into the act and asked the planning commission to consider granting a special permit for the property for the specific use of or. Donald Ray optometrist who has practice in Deer Park Many years. After considerable correspondence councils legislative committee in february requested the planning commission to study the possibility of rezoning Galbraith re. From Plainfield to Blue Ash. Hie commission in turn requested the Hamilton county regional planning commission to make a land use and zoning study of the area. The report was received april 19 and copies distributed to Council. Basically the county a professional planners concurred in the opinion of the Deer. Park planning commission. Consequently the planning commission has not budged from its original position that the present zoning of Galbraith re. Is still appropriate and that the residential portions should continue under this Protection. A a some of the major Points in the report of the regional planning commission include of the 1.4 acres zoned for office about 25 percent is so used. Here Are four Small areas aggregating seven lots zoned for offices. Three of these zones Are still residentially occupied one with an abandoned House indicating a Lack of demand for office use. The fourth at Plainfield and Linden is used As a realtors office. Any spot zoning along Galbraith re. Would be critical inasmuch As the adjoining properties would then be subject to pressure and some sort of Protection or screening would be necessary to protect the residences facing either Linden or Oakwood ave. Of some 4.3 acres in the Industrial zoning several parcels remain in residential use indicating an adequate Supply of land for Industrial purposes. On the South Side of Galbraith re. And within the City there Are two sizeable vacant parcels of two and four acres respectively. These have been in the same ownership for at least 35 years. Both Are in the residence a a District which restricts the use of the land to one and two family units. Any More intensive use of these parcels would be at the expense of the adjoining properties and would require a zoning change. Hie residential areas along Galbraith re. Within the City have coexisted with the commercial activities for at least 15 years. Their ability to continue depends upon the Good maintenance and Protection. The Mutual support of the neighbourhood and the Deer Park Council and their recent upgrading of the residential District from residence a to residence a a which permits Only one and two family buildings was a step in this direction. Spot clearance and business development of individual properties would soon destroy the residential values which have so far persisted along Galbraith re. Consequently we believe that the present zoning along Galbraith re. Is still appropriate. David c. Miller Secretary of pleasant Ridge building 8< loan co., presents Marion Cappa 3150 Schubert with a color to set first prize in the Celebration of his firm s new parking lot. Parking lot dedicated three denominations share in worship experience pups find Homes when the Donald Murphys found themselves Quot Long on female pups they advertised them free to a Good Home in Csini classifieds. Homes were found for All eight in a Day and a half Quot and we could have found Homes for a dozen More Quot they reported. Adding a your papers Are wonderful a that Quot wonderful number is 731-7170 whatever your needs. Organic Garden shop fresh organic vegetables. Organic health and stat foods. Vitamins and supplements. Organic fertilizers fart rol. Liquid st a dry. Mcdonald s �?�96 a Kan Wood re. 791-9490 convenient parking open daily Villey president James f. Bisque sgt it it sparkle cleaners ease vacation packing a summer ecumenical ministry involving Kemper Road Community Church swedenborgian Faith Community Church United Church of Christ and Fellowship Church United Church of Christ is proving a big Success. The three churches involved share the ministry program and outreach. At the present time Rev. Norm Haag pastors both Faith Community we o Kun Muc. Services. While participating in this shared summer ministry each Church still retains its own identity. The monthly consistory meeting and the women a group continue to meet during the summer at Faith Community Church and Fellowship Church. The Church committee and its sub committees meet monthly during the summer at Kemper Road Community Church. The teen Coffee House a the other Side Quot continues every Friday evening and the counselling Center is always available. New friends Are being made because of this sharing of worship experiences across denominational lines. New potentials for greater service to the larger Community Are being discovered. A better understanding of what each Church is trying to do and what it has to offer to the others is seen in the Light of True cume nicety. Kemper Road Community Church is located at 9035 e. Kemper Road Between Montgomery and Mckinney ads. Church a and Fellowship Church while Rev. Dick and Bob Tafel work As a team at Kemper Road Community Church. The benefits to each congregation Are far reaching. Rev. Dick Tafel is for the next few weeks the pastor for the three congregations. More important than the pastoral Supply is the involvement of the members of these three congregations in an ongoing summer ministry. All three churches participate in Church school at 9 15 . On sunday at Fellowship United Church of Christ. Formal worship a is held at Kemper Road Community Church at 10 45 . Sundays. Midweek vespers an informal worship experience is held at Faith Community Church at 8 . Thursdays. The larger Community is invited to any let us clean and press your dresses and suits and have them Reedy for travelling in a sturdy plastic bag 4343 e. Galbraith re Between Plainfield and Blue Ash ads in a tot a shopping Center a Brief ceremony conducted july 30 by the pleasant Ridge Community Council dedicating the new parking lot of pleasant Ridge building it loan co., was highlighted by the awarding of prizes. Or. Howard Siam Bach vice president of the proc officiated first prize of a color to set was won by Marion Cappa. Other prize winners outstanding Young woman. Mrs Judith Meyer Schultz 77 33 Shawnee run rd., has been selected As an outstanding Young woman of America for 1971 leadership award for women Between 21 and 35. Mrs. Schultz is assistant professor of biology at Raymond Walters College of the University of Cincinnati is president of the Cincinnati chapter of Zero population growth and Board member of the Ohio environmental Council. Include Shirley Scheff 7914 Glen Orchard Jane Biven 2989 los anti Ridge Jeff Lingrosso 212 Clark re. Mrs. . Munro 6159 Ridge Rob Mcgee 3004 Cortelyou . Brooks 2 36 Brockdorf John Niehaus 8548 wicklow ave. Stan Eyman 5906 Wood Mont mrs. Joe Hall 5051 Meyers be. David c. Miller Secretary of the pleasant Ridge building amp loan co. Stated that the new parking facilities in use previous to Black top surfacing have already proved to be a Community asset by relieving considerable on Street parking. The firm has also take n com Muni to improvement action by co underwriting a study and Lucky number now Worth $75 some suburban life Reader has a Chance to be $75 Richer this week just by checking the Lucky number printed today in a Large and simulating the free phone Book cover. For the second consecutive week no one stepped Forward to claim the Cash prize being offered to the suburban life Reader whose free phone directory cover bears the same number As that printed in the and. The person with the Lucky number must bring his or her phone Book cover to Cincinnati suburban newspaper inc., 4415 Montgomery rd., by noon monday following publication of the number. Plan for modernization of the Ridge business enter. Juveniles arrested three juvenile boys were arrested Early sunday by Blue Ash police and charged with burglary of has supermarket 9469 Kenwood re. Under questioning the boys admitted also burglar izing the store thursday. Police said the boys made off with a has cart of groceries. Hiey were referred to juvenile authorities. V Roth scholarship. Charles a. Buhrlage son of or. And mrs. Charles g. Buhrlage 4547 Victor ave., Blue Ash has been awarded a four year naval Roth scholarship to notre Dame University. He is a Moeller High school graduate. Housebreaking Rhoda Kushner 7895 Spring Valley Amberley Village told police thursday that a portable to and a Mink Cape Worth a total value of $935 were stolen from her Home. A has to Lolly your family bicycle Headquarters featuring Cju Iuka Quality bicycle expert repair service on All makes Montgomery cycler 9572 Montgomery re. 793-3855 there Ere smiles that make us Happy and since this is National smile weak we want to share Soma of those smiles with you. Pam Martin manager at Barr Iclef Candy store in Kenwood malt is smiling about the a adventurer Quot summer Candy assortment now on Sal it s1 Mouth watering scrumptious and. Get this. It won t melt in the summer heat. There Are All colors Pink Green yellow on the outside with assorted centers. Us Mem Good the men in the mall Are smiling As thay stand around tha rain Fountain and watch a store window full of logs. Vos just legs. The mannequins at Parkland Hoslar Aro All Bottoms no tops. And Thasa Days thay to sporting tha naw aii sheer opaque panty Hose in is different shades. You can t hold a Candy a to tha Candie holders that unique bask at shop now has in Stock Small wooden Mica with Mather ears and tails that hold a half Inch Candy a. Cuta ladles who Aren t a expecting Quot can visit a eternity modas at Kan Wood malt and expect to find tha stylish took of today in sizes to fit the Quot Pear shaped Quot figure whatever the reason. Maternity modes is now getting in what thay Call tha r a non Trade tonal transitional Quot. Ask about Thorn if you can Gat tha words out without twisting your Tongue. Yet it s smile time at Kenwood and tha Smikat that Flat i a Marchant s heart with Sunshine Aro the smiles that you five o to us. O advertisement

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