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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - February 24, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioLtd j it 1 / i m mrs. Elizabeth Brooks receives Royal treatment on her 106th birthday feb. 16. Silverton mayor Richard Benken is present when mrs. Brooks received her birthday cake from sister Marie Pohl of administrator of st. Theresa s Home. St. Theresa resident Marks 106th birthday a birthday party was held Asplan diocesan treasurer last week for 106-year-old she was Horn feb. 16,1865 Elizabeth Brooks resident in Hanover Germany at st. Theresa Home in Silverton. Mrs Brooks came to st. Village to share Theresa s 31 years ago after. Her husband Omar died in Nixon largess she received letters wishing her a Happy birthday from Amberley Village would president Nixon senator receive $38,374 under Robert Taft governor John president Nixon a proposed Gilligan mayor Richard Ben $6 billion of general Revenue Ken and Silverton Council and sharing according to rep. Mayor Eugene Ruehlmann William j. Keating of Cincinnati. Cincinnati would receive mra. Brooks also received figures were bouquets from mayor released after sen Robert Benken archbishop Paul Taft or announced that Leibold and msgr. Ralph Iochai governments would North met receive More under the o i a i Iron i a a Nixon plan than under gov. 3 suburban life John f Gifu gang a proposed wednesday february 24,1971 tax credit approach. Seasonal clearance dresses All sizes while they last Reg. Price Sale Price $10.00$5 of $20.00.$10�� $30.00 .$1500 $40.00$20�� $50.00 .$2500 $110.00. $5500 a blouses a sweaters a skirts a Slacks a Pant suits shoppers charge Banka Dericard master Charger Silhouette 7214 Montgomery re. Open mon. Amp Fri. Til 8 00 Closed wed. At noon 7214 Montgomery re. 891-9522 Khuc seeks to Block multiple housing Complex Kennedy Heights Community Council officials Are seeking through rezoning to Block a 120-unit apartment project on Woodford re. The group told the City planning commission last Friday that the area is becoming overcrowded due to apartment development. They also stated they would like to retain the Rural character of Woodford. The Kennedy Heights group protested after Towne properties inc., Developer of the apartment p r object asked the commission to waive a group housing development requirement that buildings front on a 36-foot Street. Woodford is Only 24 feet wide. Towne properties indicated they would be willing in Exchange for the waiver to dedicate 10 feet of its site East of Kennedy ave., for future widening of Woodford to 36 feet. The commission deferred action pending a report from its staff. Accident victim Dies of injuries mrs. Marcella Hayes 47, of 7004 Plainfield rd., Silverton died Early saturday morning of injuries receive Friday evening when she stepped out of a parked car into the path of another. According to. Nick Nimersheim Deer Quot Park police chief mrs. Hayes parked her car on Blue Ash rd., near Dunedin and stepped into the path of a car being driven North by Charles Foster 27, 4581 Taylor aw., Rossmoyne. She was taken to Bethesda North by the Deer Park life squad where she died at 2 22 . Chief Nimersheim reported that mrs. Hayes death marked the first traffic fatality in Over five years 1,827 deathless Days. The Accident also marked the first pedestrian death since oct. 22, 1961. Foster reported that because of the driving rain on Friday evening he did not see mrs. Hayes. No citation was issued and police Are still investigating. Deer pm. Ass plans fund raising event Deer Park american Field service chapter is sponsoring an ass week March 1-5. Grades 7 through 12 will compete iii a contest in order to raise Money for an ass student at Deer Park next year. March 2, 12 students including five ass students five a Merica is abroad students and two Icye students will take part in an Assembly before All High school students. After school that Day a reception will be held in the cafeteria. Deer Park High school students and faculty Are invited to meet the students and ask questions. The students Are ass Denise Egnal South Africa Deer Parks ass student this year Patrick Blum France Hedwig Reigler Austria Nidia Dimas de Oliveira Brazil May Ling Lulion Chile Kosaly r a j a n a t h a a c by 1 o name Picans abroad Susan Heuck Ric Gerwin Patricia Reinecke Linda Liebelt Chris Nelson Icye Klaus Mollering Germany Chan Soo Lee Korea. Robert j. Novak heading drive for members in Montgomery mayor Robert j. Novak is general chairman of the membership drive of the Montgomery businessmen s club with Robert a. Overberg serving As membership chairman. The drive will be held from mar. 1 through apr. 30. Division chairmen include Harry Petrosky John Kuhlman Don Flaherty de Fischer and Myron Wayne. Mayor Novak will Issue a proclamation relative to the drive on mar. 3. The club Hopes to obtain new Mem if from businesses in the area and. From area residents who hire businessmen. M Ore i n f o rotation on membership May be obtained by calling Bob Overberg 891-3237. Charged after Accident death Jimmie r. Hall 25, 1843 Chaucer dr., has been charged with second degree vehicular homicide in connection with an Accident on the Cross county Highway at the Blue Ash re. Underpass. Dec. 11. John Smith 1287 Lindy walk Lincoln Heights was fatally injured. Hall is also charged with driving too fast for conditions. The warrants were signed b y Patro Man s Pencer Poppe following Bis investigation. Injured in Accident David. Long 22, 481,3 Whetsel ave., was taken to mercy Hospital feb. 16, by the Deer Park life squad with injuries received in an automobile Accident on Ridge rd., South of Galbraith. He suffered lacerations of the left Eye and nose abrasions on his left rib Cage and possible internal injuries. Burglary attempt a. \ Elk a Kaplan 7 335 Aracoma Forest dr., Amberley Village told police someone tried to break into her Home thursday. Police found pry Marks on the Kitchen Patio and. Front storm doors. Call 731-7170 to place a classified a earn the highest dividends paid at. Wunk Tritt Silverton Itco. All dividends paid quarterly our anticipated dividends Are As follows. 5% passbook savings 6 month certificates. 12 month certificates a a a a a a a $1,000 $5,000 a a a a a a a 5v/o 5%% Silverton loan and building company serving you at Montgomery Silverton 7140 Montgomery re. Meset Quot a free parking space weekend specials 3 Days Only ii thursday iday and urday special clearance second level misses better knit and Denim pants $2 if part. $4-$7 boys famous maker flare Slacks 3 for $8 if pert. $5-$6 comfortable and rugged Denim for casual Wear. Or 1 Good looking stripes and solids in new Spring colors flattering knits. 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