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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - February 11, 1981, Cincinnati, Ohio2 suburban life wednesday feb. 11, 1961 Lolly sworn in a. it. T beefing up Deer Park Force new chiefs goal Donald tally Michael Behrens Deer Parks new police chief. Donald tally has been officially on duty about a week but already has set some goals for the department. Tally mid he would like to see two officers added to the 10-Man department and some remodelling done to make the office in Deer Park City Hall less of a fishbowl a the department is currently one officer Short. He said he realizes the main problem will be getting the Money. Lally 40, was officially sworn in As chief last thursday. He had been serving As acting chief since november also during thursdays ceremony Michael Behres was sworn in As , tally joined the police Force in september 1969. He moved from patrolman to the City a safety service directors Post in april 1978. And. Served in that Post one year when he requested to be reinstated As a patrolman. Lally. Was promoted to sergeant following former chief John Nei Haua retirement this was after tally filed suit disputing the civil service commissions ruling on the results of the sergeants promotional exam. Wily and Behrens were the Only two on the department to take the teat for chief in november following the retirement of Neihaus in september. A tally waa named acting chief after the death of then acting chief Raymond Wavra in october. In november the three member civil service Commissi a refused to certify either tally or Behrens for the chiefs Post saying that neither had passed the exam ,., in january mayor Francis Healy appointed three new members to the commission. That group reevaluated the resulta of the first exam and certified tally As the new chief. Recreation projects on Blue Ash Agenda an ordinance authorizing contracts for poo and other improvements is expected to head the Agenda at the feb. 12 meeting of Blue Ash City Council Deputy City manager Marvin Thompson explained a the two biggest complaints we be had about the Pool situation were that the children a wading Pool was too crowded and that handicapped and elderly persons had trouble getting news mail ers Virginia Hipfel was the Winner of the diet workshop lose a Thon for leukaemia conducted in the Montgomery group. She lost a. Total of 25 pounds. A a a Victor Berlage of pleasant Ridge a graduate of nativity school and Purcell. High school was named to the Deans list at the University of Dayton s school of engineering for maintaining an average of 4.0. Jeffery b. Grimm of creative promotions inc., a specially advertising distributor at 9456. Kenwood id. Attended the 1981 executive development seminar held recently at the University of Wisconsin. A Janies w. Kinder president of links Smith own a 41 it Orth ave., is Burton food broker has named a director of food service. She is Patricia Sweet to flt Erly with general foods of Cincinnati and institutional distributors of East Bernstadt by. A Douglas r. Malicott jr., 9550 Langford dr., Montgomery special representative for the Franklin insurance co., has qualified for membership in Franklin s key club a group of associates who produce extremely High personal sales within a 60-Day period. A a a Julie Daumeyer daughter of or. And mrs. George Daumeyer of Montgomery has been awarded a $300 Grant to Xavier University based on academic activity and extra curricular activities. Or. Donald. E. Brinkman an urologist with offices in Kenwood has been re elected to his 1 7th term As chief of the medical staff at our lady of mercy Hospital Marie Mont. Or. Joseph h. Stags Man a general fraction or in Kenwood was re elected to his fourth term As Secretary treasurer. Abo added to the staff was or. Frank Clement a fraction or in Montgomery As a member at Large a Elsa Wood 3892 Man Tell ave., Deer Park was named to the Deans list for the autumn Quarter at Clermont College. Shirley Seeger of Madeira has been appointed. Mustard out of the main therefore the Park and recreation committee will present an ordinance calling for construction of an additional children a wading Pool and added facilities to the main Pool which will allow greater Access to and from it for handicapped and elderly swimmers. Other items mentioned in the ordinance Call for improvement of existing lights around the municipal Tennis courts and for Purchase of grounds maintenance equipment and a paper copier. Thompson said bids for these contracts open today feb. 11, so by press time there. Was Rio word on results of the bidding. Council also will be considering various ordinances calling for renewal of existing contracts authorization of purchases and or contracts and establishment of rates and fees. Thompson noted that the item most Likely to affect Blue Ash citizens in these various matters is a contract for improvement of pedestrian traffic Sig Reed a ligation along Hartman Highway. The finance and administration committee will present a Resolution calling for approval of the issuance of an Industrial Revenue Bond to the Schauer manufacturing corp. Thompson noted that the Bond is of state Issue and will require no financial outlay whatever from the City and thus he termed this matter a a Legal Dogwood Trees free at Plaza the Kenwood Plaza merchants will give away 2,000 White Dogwood seedlings feb. 14 to commemorate presidents Day. The Trees will be distributed in the Center Arcade of Kenwood Plaza from 11 . Till the Supply runs out. No Purchase is necessary. The presidents Day tree Giveaway has been a. Tradition at Kenwood Plaza for 19 years. More than 52,000 Trees have been Given to greater Cincinnati residents. Stegaman Manten. Seeds Delegate to the Ohio child conservation league Southwest District Spring conference this years conference will be held March 28 at Scarlet Oaks. A Susan Marten daughter of or. And mrs. John Marten Cortelyou place pleasant Ridge recently tied for second place in Selling tickets for a drawing sponsored by ursuline Academy boosters club. A Sam Gamble Kennedy Heights was one of the first 10 athletes to -be1 inducted into the new Hall of Fame of West Virginia state College Institute w. A. He earned recognition in football basketball and boxing. Mrs. Robert b. Alice Stal lard of Kenwood has been elected assistant Secretary of the Board of trustees of children s dental care foundation an affiliate of children a Hospital medical Center. A Robert l. Beck of Madeira has been appointed director of purchasing at the Hilton Davis chemical group the principal chemicals division of Sterling drug inc., new York. A Navy electrician s fireman apprentice Thomas r. Harvie son of or. And mrs. William Harvie 12015 Montgomery rd., Kenwood has completed the Basic electricians mate course. 1 one of a kind outwear j nightwear % Cotton gowns bed Huett Navy Ensign Armando v. Duncan son of air yrs it Harris 3426 a Woodford r4. Pleasant Ridge has been designated a flight Quot officer. Marine sgt. Scott. Carmeise son of Robert s. Carmeise. 6841 with any dr., Kennedy Heights and Clay 964w. Galbraith re. Has been promoted to his present rank while serving with the 2nd Force reconnaissance company Marine corps base Camp Lejeune. . A a Marine a Cpl. Akin c. Hazlett jr., son of Mary a. Hazlett 4354 Matson ave., Deer Park has reported for duty with the 2nd Landing support battalion located at Marine corps base Camp Lejeune . A 100% Cotton w gowns bed jackets Quot a i jumpsuits rompers camis Pettis bikinis amp Teddy. A 100% polyester gowns Robes Sun dresses lounge Wear All the above in Beautiful colors and outstanding prints grand opening feb. 12,13114 in store modelling thurs 5-8 Fri amp sat 12-4 coffe pot is always on at underneath it All 7617 Reading re. Valley shopping ctr. Phone 821-0446 say hello to your motorists agent. Haddix insurance Agency 8499 Smallwood Lane Cincinnati Ohio 45236 phone 5131793-7038 see a Deborah or Don for Alt your insurance needs. You will find them both knowledgeable and helpful. Motorists insurance k a i companies. You know us Auto Home business and life for be Nora min trek sex in saturday february 14 a a a a a a a a a a a a bring this Coupon to Kenwood plazas Center Arcade this saturday. Redeem it for a free Dogwood tree seedling compliments of the Kenwood Plaza merchants. No Purchase necessary we ii be giving away 2,000 Trees beginning at 11 00 am. Limit one tree per family you must be at least 16 years of offer Good while Supply lasts. And be sure to Check the great savings in All Kenwood Plaza stores during their big up Kenwood Plaza Kenwood it Montgomery roads a a a a a a a a a a a presidents Day Sale a on hand for the ceremony were Lally s wife Roslyn and daughters. Their two Judy a food Market As close As your Telephone rain Snow Shine. We deliver anytime. Prices Good thru february 14you done to have to drive All Over town to save Money shop at Judy a freshly ground beef Jar Quot off. 1.25 la. Breaded fish steaks baby beef liver. Bacon. Cottage hams. Country spare ribs Center Cut pork chops.1.79 la. Oatmeal sausages or liver puddings. 1.39 la. Lamb Racks. 2 la. Average for roast or Cut into chops 3.29 la. Boneless rolled beef roasts 2.49 la. Pepper loaf. Imik2 lbs. 1.79 la. Chicken liver or Kahn a deluxe bologna.1.49 la. Heinz genuine Dill pickles.46. 1.19 Gold medal flour. 5�. 89 smucker a Strawberry preserves. 1.09 College inn Chicken or .5 pieces 99 a a a a a a a a a a a 1 09 la. Judy a sliced slab 1.09 la. Limit 3 1.59 la. 1.29 la. Beef Broth. 13ft 02. Can 2 for 79 Pepsi cola. Reg. Or diet 8 16 02. Bottles 1.59 plus Deposit vegetable Spray coating. A a a. 99 Numair Margarine $5 or More . .39 la. Frozen fre Shuke Cut Green Beans. Is 69 Maxwell House Coffee Purchase. It to. .1.99 sugar. Limit one with $5 or More Purchase 5 la. Bag 1.99 bananas a a a # a Quot m a a a a a a i a a a a a a a it 1. A 3 if lbs 98 Jonathan apples f i Fry 3 la. Bag 49 65 stalk orders received after 12 noon will be delivered the following Day Beer delivered by the Case same Low Price 7�34 Ohio ave., Deer Park open Fri. Eves till 9 . Take a closer look at cubs Low Cost checking just pennies per transaction is All it costs to enjoy the safety and convenience of a checking account with us and you la have a record of where your Money goes besides some Banks claim to offer free checking but you re paying for it somewhere somehow. But there a nothing hidden about our. Charges. We give you the facts Plain and simple. Low service charges plus Friendly helpful people who can answer questions straighten out problems. Or just give you the time of Day you wont get that from a machine so take a closer look. And you la open a checking account with us. The Little Bank with the big heart so cab citizens state v Mem Sam member fd1c Bank silvert0n/m0ntg0mery/kenw00d/s0merset opening soon ,

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