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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - August 23, 1978, Cincinnati, Ohio2suburban use wednesday August 23, 1978 to of i on the suburban scene with Maureen up Man hard to face the grind after vacation i found the people in Large town in Michigan unbelievably Friendly nut strangely people in very Small under 1,000 population towns seem reticent and a accepting of a those summer in a not sure i entirely blame them. After All Thev endure those Long cold Snow bound Winters All alone and As soon As Nice weather hits Bam their Woods lakes and beaches Are overrun. How bad the junk you breathe is until you smell. The Pine scented fresh air of the Michigan Woods. Without All that smog colors Are brighter and nature comes into focus. One of the Best things about vacations is that they get us out of our usual ruts and routines and if they are1 relaxing ones Quot Only then do we realize How wound up our household Job school routines have made us. You done to really realize a lean weathered old Guy drove us Down a dirt Road to our put in Point for a Canoe trip Down the Manistee River. He talked All the Way about Wal Leves and Goho and King Salmon what baits to use How far Down the fish Are How the storms that week had scattered a Large school. We nodded Ana filled in the conversation with a few words and i being an avid but a a unschooled Fisher drank it All in. We took our Worms and poles out to the pier and saw those smart Little beasts swimming around and performing jumping tricks out of the water but they were having none of the Worms and i had forgotten just How bad it is to bait a fish Hook. Lots of area children will see their vacations come to an end Early this year As they Start Back before labor Day insurance against the possibility of another bad Winter god forbid they done to have to ask for whom the school Bell tolls they know it tolls for them and some of the kids i know Are wearing Long faces about it. But sooner or later most youngsters face the inevitable end of Freedom and even begin to look Forward to their a a sentence a the buying of school clothes with that summer earned Money the greeting of old school friends seeing what classes they have and what teachers. Ill Honor of the mass move Back to the hails of learning we have a special Section of school news in this edition. Be sure to see it one other note about vacations a a it sure is Tough to get Back into the grind main my thanks to Kim Feil for her great work on the paper during these past two weeks of my absence. She is an Indian Hill High graduate and she has done a lot to renew our Faith in current education. We will miss her when she goes Back to College at de Pauw. Is higher degree Altys the Best lazing on a sunny afternoon just soaking in the Sun it Hini and floating Down the River Are from left staff member Jim Sunderhaus Rob Flannigan and staffer Doug Larmon. Photo by Barry Shelley handicapped Canoe trip the Cincinnati recreation commissions division of therapeutic recreation took physically handicapped teen s on a Canoe the Little Miami River sun., aug. 13 in their first attempt at such a High risk activity. Ten physically handicapped youths and 16 staff members took the four hour trip after attending three nights of required extensive canoeing training in order to go on the trip. Lizzie Sillett Pat Dittmeyer Mary Ditt Meyer and Long Nguyen took a the trip from the pleasant Ridge program for physically handicapped which meets at the pleasant Ridge Community Center 5915 Ridge ave., under the direction of Pam Peebles. Barry Wolfson a staff member from the Center also went on the trip. A a. The other six teens David Kay Andy Sunderhaus d of Sunderhaus to Waymeyer. Rob and Tom Gugel with staff members Jinn Sunderhaus and Bob Meister came from the Dunham program which meets in rapid. Run p Ark. Western Hills. General staff members from All Over the City joined t the group and the Success of the trip has encouraged them to plan another one for Early this fall said Barry Shelley a member of the recreation commission who also participated in the trip. By . Deisenroth two Young men in the 1930s passed through one phase of their education in the school i headed. Both graduated from High school after completing their chosen courses which differed Only slightly. Their graduations were several years apart. Lee the first to graduate did not Lake part in the ceremony the night of commencement be was at a Bilker s Bench in the biggest commercial bakery in a nearby big City. No Cap and gown no thrill at being banded his diploma. Course completed he snatched a Job offered him by his Uncle a night Job but a Job nevertheless making him the envy of most of his class in the dark Days of depression. Bruce the other youngster had All of the thrills of graduation and the Benefit of enrolling at an engineering College from which he graduated with honors. He went to work in a Large Industry it happened that try favorite Uncle who often challenged me in his letters came up with a question based on his minimum education of e _ graduate. The question should a boy go to to fee or ledum enl school or fir take off on his life s work without even losing the a it mar Folio Wing High school graduation i told him this Story on a Day some years previous i called on. The Large Industrial firm and Learned that Bruce had become chief Engineer and vice president of it. I was Happy to learn this but had. To Tell Uncle Bob that for the past 10 years Lee had been serving his bakery As general manager thus his question could not be answered in general could it the moral if any could read a study to show thyself approved a Workman who need eth not to be does the irs owe you a in huh Gre de a Domars. E question cock internal Revenue service is trying to locate 168 Southern Ohio residents who Are eligible for refund checks for undelivered tax refund checks for 1976 and earlier. The undelivered refund checks total $24,498.54. Amounts of the checks vary from a few dollars to several Hundred remain Quot in off delivered Beck use tax Wjk payers have moved acid left a no forwarding address with the . Postal service. As close As your Telephone rata Nous Tine we deliver anytime. Eng rail having Over the Waves staff Mem blk Bob Meister left and Bob Waymeyer participated in the Canoe trip Down the Little Miami. Photo by Barry Shelley a your Lawn is growing at least eight months out of the year a our service is designed so that we see your Lawn each of those months a together they give you the very Best 4. Urn he h Mem in coim.,. Mth oct Batecas or Imp Ctet Spray Lawn 791-0360 0840 Montgomery rq., Cincinnati of 46242 Thornton environmental industries prices Good August 23,24,25,26 Boneless rolled beef . 1.79 breaded pork cube steaks. 1.79 Chicken livers a 99 cottage Hamas it it. 1 frying chickens fresh. Whole or Cut up in. 59 freshly ground beef .3te.ormow.ib. 89 Bacon Judy s sliced 1.09 Edelmann s Pickle loaf or Leona a. 129 Ham salad a 99 Heinz Keg 0 Ketchup a a a a a a a. Giant 32oz.botti� 79 muellers my Anchen 39 Star kist chunk tuna. 6 w Oil can 69 Prima Salsa sauce. I 15vioz. Bottle 49 Strawberry Jam suckers. Giant 32 02. Jar 129 milk same Low Price. 3v&%, Cash a carry gallon 1.39 rope mops a a a a a a a a a a a Kaaa Kaaa a 9 a a a a a a it it it Fri it a 1 e3�� bananas. A. 2 lbs. 49 Indiana Cantaloupe. 55 head lettuce. 35. Milf a i i s if at a a we i Mil i a Zitay Fialli or a win Kings of Cable smorgasbord a restaurant Gold Circle mall 5351 Highland ave. At Ridge re. It Safe this vacation while you re away at play play it Safe with your valuables too. Lock them up securely in a Safe Deposit Box in our vault. Precious jewelry keepsakes valuable papers will be Safe from theft fire and storm damage while you re gone. And when you return you la appreciate the convenience of your Safe Deposit Box for Protection of your valuables All year Long. And the Cost annual rentals begin As Low As about two cents per Day. Play it Safe with your Cash too carry travel Erst checks instead on your vacation. If they re lost or stolen they can be replaced quickly. And you use them just like i 1 a a. Cash anywhere anytime. Stop by any one of our three offices for your travel Erst checks before you leave. And play it Safe this vacation. The Little Bank with the big heart Beer delivered by the Case same Low Price 7234 Ohio ave., Deer Park open Fri. Eves till 9 member f d i c Bank
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