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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - July 12, 1978, Cincinnati, Ohio2 suburban life wednesday july 12, 1978 with Maureen Hehman readers support fix parole Bill several of our readers have responded to an article printed in suburban life in which state rep. Helen fix Calls for tightening the criminal parole Law. See letter to the editor if you would like to support the Bill write to Hon. Vernal Riffe speaker of the House Ohio House of representatives Columbus Ohio 43215, or honorable James Baumann chairman of reference at the same address. Tell them that you support. Fix Bill 1312. R a area resident Rose Derrick stopped by to explain that she enjoyed our column about the Parent information Center Pic and How the Center can help parents of learning disabled cd children. She pointed out however that a group she founded the greater Cincinnati association for children with learning disabilities is the group that Pic would ask for advice on learning Reader reaction thank you for View of a born again9 Montgomery disability problems. The old group is 10 years old this year. When it was begun there were Only two old classes in the City six in the county now there Are 33 in the City and Many old tutors in greater Cincinnati school districts. The association is a National one with state and local chapters. As of 1968, the Ohio state chapter was in the process of organizing. Now there Are 38 state chapters. The local group holds bimonthly meetings with speakers. Congratulations to this energetic group which has helped ensure a proper education for All children. At the recent Silverton Kenwood Madeira kiwanis meeting speaker Lou Smith predicted that the reds will win the Penant by 8 to 10 games . Will be second and it will be a toss up for 3rd place Between san Francisco and san Diego. Any Odds to the editor your june 29th supplement on Montgomery a Street scape was an exceptionally Fine Story and a Delight visually. Each change in Montgomery a refurbishing has taken place so gradually that one forgets How tired and drab the City looked just a few Short years ago. Your presentation with Nancy Tail s excellent pictures graphically show How alive t and prosperous a City can look when there is planning and cooperation among the residents the City officials and the businessmen. It has taken incredible vision courage patience and hard work for without a plan and legislation preservation simply cannot take place. I am very appreciative that the View you have Given us makes it All come together. Thank you for showing us the a born again City of Montgomery though miss galls artistic Street scape picture. I Hope Many visitors will be inspired to know by the feel of Mary of Driscoll president Montgomery historical society first National opens in Madeira Bank opening features City landmark posters did you know that Maderia s first school a log Cabin built in 1841, once stood at. The same site As the present Madeira municipal building Madeira Indian Hill residents can learn Many other similar historic fact about their Community when the new Madeira office of the first National Bank of Cincinnati opens its doom wednesday july 19. As part of the Madeira office s grand opening Celebration. First. National has prepared a contemporary styled poster map featuring drawings of local landmarks and information about the Madeira Indian Hill areas history. Madeira office manager Sharon l. Stengel explained that residents May obtain one., of these limited edition prints free by com Irig into the office during its opening week. The office located at 7137 Miami Sharon Stengel. Bank manager ave., next door to the historic Madeira municipal bldg., will hold an open House on wednesday july 19 through Friday july 21 during its regular banking hours 9 a.m-6 . The office opening will then culminate with a grand opening Celebration saturday july 22, 9-1 principal honoured for 10 years Ruth Dillon principal of Montgomery elementary school has received a string of honors marking her tenth year in that Post. Bike for football the Deer Park cobras Are holding a Bike a Thon to raise Money to Purchase new equipment for the football teams. Anyone interested in participating Call 793-8657. The Bike a Thon will be held july 15-16. Mrs. William Battelle to president of Montgomery elementary held a luncheon for mrs. Dillon. The executive Board of the to and the newly elected to Board for 1978-79 presented her a Silver Braclet. School superintendent Euge be Shrimpton and assistant superintendent Joseph Flege attended the presentation. Montgomery elementary school faculty honoured mrs. Dillon at a breakfast june 9 and gave her a flowering Plum tree As a live tribute to her 10 years of service to the school. P.m., which coincides with a the Madeira offices regular saturday banking hours. Residents May then enjoy refreshments and tour the unique Madeira office. The Madeira office design includes skylights old Virginia Brick and a stained Wood ceiling to provide visibility and a sense of openness for Bank customers. As an added feature the contemporary styled office will be Energy efficient an extremely important. Factor in times of increasing Energy costs. Madeira City manager George babe said he is pleased with the contemporary design of the office because it Quot blends in Well with the natural Beauty of Madeira a and Madeira police chief Phillip Hudson gave his stamp of approval to the office design m april when he dropped a Quarter into the offices newly poured foundation to become Madeira so first office manager Stengel who grew up nearby added that she has been pleased by the Community swarm reception of her and her staff. Quot from All the feedback in be received they seem anxious to have first National join their Community a Sharon explained. Addition in last weeks Story about Legal fees in the school desegregation suit John Lloyd should have been included As one of the primary lawyers for the Cincinnati school Board in addition to . Beime. A o magic pan sai.july15 come join us. Everyone will be Here including Marie Antoinette who from 12-7 pm will be giving away free samples of our most popular entree and dessert crepes. After you be sampled sufficiently and found that you love crepes As we know you will stroll to our sidewalk cafe and feast to your hearts Content As you Dine you la be serenaded with French accordion music. A be sure to Stop by any of the Market place stores and pick up an entry form to win a ride in a hot air balloon too. A come celebrate Bastille Bay this saturday at the magic pan Cre Perie in the Market place a of Montgomery. Cre Perie Mami Reader applauds fix parole Bill i enjoyed the energetic a a showboat follies �?~78 at the showboat Majestic and especially enjoyed seeing life area residents Karen Rouse and Dan Seymour. The show is a gentle jibe at the world of newspapers and one of Quot the banners which is blown up and atoms the stage is you Northeast suburban life newspaper. For $3.50, in air conditioned Comfort the show is a musical bargain. Speaking of musical bargains the rave revues a a starting Here starting now at the playhouse was some of the All time Best entertainment i have seen anywhere anytime. In a looking Forward to the groups a a Jacques Brel a performance which begins this week. The new Brick sidewalk in pro the downtown District that they Are walking through an area that is historic. To the editor thank you for publishing the article by state representative Helen fix. The subject matter of her posed Bill is one close to my heart arid should be one supported by All a concerned by strange coincidence it was published the same Day june 28. That the Cincinnati enquirer ran the picture of Leroy Hill accused killer of Debra Howard and accompanying Story on their front Page. We Are All aware of the High taxes we pay but Are we Safe on the streets at night or in the Parks Day or night we triple lock our doors and the criminals Are free to roam. Our deepest sympathy goes out to or. Arid mrs. Howard and others that have been so victimized for we know the deep grief they Bear for you see we too lost a very Fine son at the hands of a sick sick person who to our knowledge is still running free. I took the Liberty of clipping this article and had copies made to distribute. Perhaps it will be of some Small help in getting this Bill heard and passed. Very truly yours or. And mrs. C. Boyd Kelly Section re. Judy a food Market a As close As your Telephone rain Snow Shine we deliver anytime. Inibig m fim m m i to i p a a a a a a Blue Ash planners of modified re parking plan a modified version of the proposed Blue Ash proved meeting and was recreational vehicle ordinance was approved by the City planning commission at the july 6 meeting and was sent Back to Council for approval. A list of suggestions submitted by a steering committee of re owners was attached. Parked rvs would be permitted in the Side and Back Yards unless they done int. The vehicles would then be permitted in the front Yard unless the neighbors complained they were adversely affecting the neighbourhood. The mayors court would hear All complaint cases. The major change rephrased one Section Vic Suhm City manager said. The old phrase a blighting or deteriorating influence on properties within 300 feet of the parked recreational vehicle Drew much protest from re owners on the committee and in several Council meetings. It was changed to read a does not have an Adverse effect upon the neighbourhood character traffic Public utilities Public health Public safety and or the general some of the owners Are still unhappy because neighbors could still complain about rvs parked in the Yard. M driveway parking for up to 36 hours loading and unloading we Ufa be permitted Robert Mcco naut solicitor said. If approved the ordinance Wil effect december 31 of this year. In. Other action the planning com Mission a approved the Sycamore Trace subdivision plan. In the new plan the major Entrance to the subdivision would be on Plainfield re. With a secondary Entrance from Reed Hartman Highway. A decided that sidewalks Are not appropriate in the y Woodlands subdivision off Kenwood a. Work was stopped in the last remaining undeveloped r-3 zoned area while a decision about Trie need for sidewalks was made. A City go to prices Good july 12,13,14,15 no coupons no $5 purchases just Down to Earth prices freshly ground beef.311�.�mor. 89� Boneless rolled beef roast. N. 1.89 Bacon Judy a sliced sub. It 1.09 Chicken liver and spiced Ham. In. 1.29 cube steaks in. 1.69 Chicken legs and thighs. M 89 Little pig sausages. 1.69 freshly Cut dried beef a. 1.39 Miracle whip. Qty 89 Sweet relish aunt . A Bottie 89 woolite liquid. 1.09 Ketchup Heinz Ketchup lovers size Bow. 69 jumbo paper towels vanity 49 Campbells Tomato soup. Scans 89 bananas.2��. 49 red Lucas. A 59 red potatoes. 10 tbs. 139 orders received after 12 noon will be delivered the following Day Beer delivered by the Case same Low Price 7234 Ohio ave., Deer Park open Fri. Eves till 9 . With the big heart a Silverton Montgomery member f d i c
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