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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - December 03, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioOutgoing mayor honoured i l Thile Nguyen left is being tutored in English by Bill hic. A teacher at st. Vincent Ferrer. The 26-yr. Old Mother of two Young children also cares for or husband s younger Brothers Canh and Luc who attend st. Vincent school. A group of sixth Grade girls at st. Vincent Ferrer school donate their after school time to babysit for tan Nhat Nguyen 4 and Tram Thi thu Nguyen 2, once or twice a week while their Mother is tutored in English at the school. The babysitters Are from left front Row Chris Long Joni Snow Back Row Michele Hysell Amy Brauning. Sandy Rodenkirchen. For life health Home and car insurance Call Harlan Francis 7714 Kennedy Lana Cincinnati Ohio 45242 phone 791-6299 ii nationwide insurance Zivali nimm a a on out a a nation me Mutual insurance company nationwide Mutual fire insurance company nationwide Lite insurance company Home office Columbus. Ohio named to state Post Deer Park police chief John Niehaus has been appointed area coordinator of the Ohio peace officer training Council he was notified by Anson Cook executive director of the Ohio attorney general a office. Niehaus will be responsible for coordinating zone 13 com prise d o f War re a Butler Hamilton Clermont and Brown counties. Or. Magic the Money Man is fun. Fascinating feed him your pennies Nickels dimes and quarters,.and watch him separate them into the Light slots. Just Fluce magic i then hell keep your Money Safe until you re ready to open the Bank with your own private key or. Magic the Money Man is free when you open a savings account in the amount of $10.00 or More. Hint each time or. Magic a full add the Money to your Madison savings account. It la grow just like magic too hurry get your or. Magic Money Man at either office Madison building association by Sandy Smith Indian Hill Council passed resolutions of appreciation at the nov 24 meeting for outgoing mayor William Mcd. Kite and councilman c. Arden Smith. Kite was presented a Silver tray engraved with the signatures of All the Council members. In other business a Council authorized the renewal of a contract with my a Tome try fire dept to d to Calls in North Nan Hill. The Indian Hill fire dept responds also but Montgomery can often get there first. A Council accepted the final plat of Indian Heights subdivision. The streets have already been named. A Council authorized the Sale of a Village owned House at 7855 Shawnee run re to Ranger patrolman Michael tree lighting ceremony at Kenwood gardens Kenwood woman s club and Sycamore township trustees invite everyone to their fourth annual Christ Mas tree lighting ceremony in Kenwood gardens at the Comer of Galbraith and Montgomery roads dec. 6 at 5 . Invocation will be Given by Rev. Peter Rudowski from the lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd. Charteroak stationary marching band under the direction of Robert Deifert will play Christmas songs and girl scout Junior troops #15, 20 and 960 will sing some carols. Decorations for the Christmas tree will be made by girl scout troops #1875, 1642, 652, 781, 1695, 1048, 1833 and 1347. Indian Hill senior girl scout tonight at Montgomery a Montgomery City Council meets tonight 8 . At the City building schoolhouse and Montgomery roads. Items on the Agenda include a reconsideration of the settlement of Chelsea Moore litigation after it was vetoed by the mayor. A second Reading of an ordinance rezoning 1 it. Strip of property adjacent to the b licit Erby House a on Cooper re. 7878. A third Reading of an or a i n a n c e giving a d ministrative responsibility of water and soil conservation Laws to City building commissioner. Under new legislation a Resolution approving acceptance of bid from Economy Chevrolet for two cruisers. V a ordinance amending Section 30.01 of Montgomery code pertaining to Council meetings and declaring an emergency. A ordinance creating Section 33.40 of Montgomery code to provide for publication and posting of notices of meetings of Public bodies and declaring an emergency. A Resolution commending and thanking the Montgomery women a club for valued contributions to the Community. Blue Ash to Register bicycles Blue Ash police chief Ron Sturgill has announced a Bike registration for City residents. The troop #3 will decorate the tree. Lights Are furnished by Sycamore township. Harry j a in Igan Sycamore township superintendent mrs. George Bartl and mrs. Edgar defend Dor f of the Kenwood woman a club Are heading the project. Keeley Keeley has been renting the property for several a Council passed an ordinance to establish fire lanes around Public buildings such As schools mid churches is deemed necessary by the fire department. Specific lanes will be included As an Annex to the ordinance. A Council instructed the City manager to advertise for bids Fox two trash buggies a tractor Mower and a Supply of traffic line paint. Cou Neil passed a Resolution authorizing the solicitation of proposals from Banks to serve As d depositor i is for v ill age funds a Council adopted a Resolution implementing the Sunshine Law which requires Public notification As requested of regular meetings of decision making government bodies. A wine amp cheese Basket natures gift for the holidays from lie club Eire Bourg Louse 7789 Cooper re. 7934133 local delivery amp out of town ups available a Zuj give Silver shield cookware gives her no stick cooking gives you 20% to 40% savings a gift Shell thank you for before and after every Joy to Cooke in a Breeze to clean. Silver shield cookware has a free release coating for non stick , too for fat free frying. Clean up is extra easy simply swish clean in hot sudsy water or wipe clean with a paper Towel. Housewares lower level. 8-Inch skillets Only 60. Regularly $9.99, now $7.99. 10-Inch skillets Only 75. Regularly $11.99, now $9.59. Milk pans Only 60. Regularly $9.99, now $6.99. 1 quart saucepans Only 15. Regularly $13.99 now $9.79. 2-quart saucepans Only 12. Regularly $14.99, now $10.49. 3-quart saucepans Only 30. Regularly $16.99, now $10.99. Dutch ovens Only 45. Regularly $24.99, now $14.99. Sorry no mail or phone orders. All items subject to prior Sale. Kenwood Kenwood Road opposite the mail Groesbeck Cote rain Avenue Gold Circle mall recovered by the police. To Register bring bikes and social Security number of the owner or a Parent to the police department 4343 Cooper ra., during working hours or until 8 30 . Monday wednesday. An equipment inspection will also be made with suggested repairs or safety additions however Bike owners will not be obligated to follow the suggestions. Tree lighting at Montgomery Montgomery a annual tree lighting ceremony will be dec. 18, 7 . In front of the City building. The ceremony is sponsored by cub pack 674 and the brownies canned goods will be collected for Sycamore area Volunteer Endeavor save which helps area residents in times of need. Church collects Campbell labels Madeira presbyterian Church 8000 Miami re is collecting labels from Campbells products. These will be redeemed to Purchase audio visual a equipment for Columbus state institutes school program. All donations Are Welcome. Please leave labels in the churches collection Box in the Christian education room no later than Jan. 6. 3 suburban use wednesday dec. 3, 1975 a Hught special hours to Christmas shop Shillito s Kenwood mall 10 . To 9 30 monday through saturday sunday 11 . To 6
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