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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - June 02, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioRidge Council okays improvement study of business District Concrete Steps which could Lead to the redevelopment of the pleasant Eidge business District were taken at the May meeting of the pleasant eidge1 Community Council David c. Miller Secretary of the pleasant Ridge building and loan co., announced that his company and Standard Federal savings and loan association have employed Library Ohio Latoria amp a society 1982 a Iraa ave. Columbua Ohio 43211 a ii to place \ classified and dial 731-7170 b display advertising amp 5 00 pm. Monday news dial 531-0234 Sam Sharp associates and Vogt Sage and Pflum Urban planning specialists to make preliminary plans and studies towards this end. The membership wholeheartedly endorsed the plans and procedure outlined by Sharp at the Well attended meeting and pledged services of officers and members to assist with research activities and stimulate interest on the part of pleasant Ridge residents. Cincinnati planning representatives were also present. Sharp sex p gained How Community centers such As the pleasant Ridge business area can be rehabilitated and revitalized. He cited a number of successful precedents in which the firms he represents have been engaged. He also e x p 1 aimed How available governmental funds might be utilized. The most Likely procedure to follow would be the establishment of a redevelopment corporation by owners of All property which would be benefited by major improvements in the Ridge Center. A master plan based on careful a search of traffic flow parking needs types of business and professional services essential to Community betterment As Well As appealing appearance would then be formulated. Initial construction would replace most antiquated buildings provide quarters for most urgent commercial and service needs and establish architectural tone for subsequent rebuilding and remodelling. It was pointed out that such rehabilitation of the Ridge Center would increase the Pride of living in pleasant Ridge As Well As improve the values of surrounding residential and business properties. The proc commended the pleasant Ridge building and loan co. For initiating this Community improvement action and the Standard Federal savings and loan association for cooperating in the financing of professional guidance. New officers elected at the meeting include William Haitz 2833 Cortelyou pm or. Howard Stambach 6360 Parry be. Richard Peterson 6341 Park Man pi., 2nd vice president mrs. Herbert Pence 2628 Briarcliff Secretary and Phil Meyers 6336 Parkman pi., treasurer. Serving the communities of Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hilt Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silver Long Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood mask of circulation int Torlev 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio wednesday june 2,1971 display aos and news classified ads s3 1-0234 ?�1-?t70 vol. In no. 43 $3800 is goal Silverton groups launch drive for funds for school Community Center 1 life lines 1 Woodward student wins human relation award Paul d. Sebron son of or. And mrs. Calvin Sebron 3906 Odin ave., Kennedy Heights has been awarded the annual american jewish committee human relations award of the Cincinnati chapter of the american jewish committee. The presentation was made at the Losantiville country club a graduating Woodward High school senior Sebron was Captain of the football team and has been chosen to play tackle on the All Star team. He attended Silverton and Shroder Junior High school before going to Woodward. He will attend Wooster Ohio College. Paul is one of eight children and his sister Carolyn has just been elected president of next years senior class at Walnut Hills High school. The award of $250 carries a citation which reads a awarded to that High school senior who has exemplified in daily living a steadfast adherence and Devo Tion to american democratic ideals and the betterment of human Paul d. Sebron Accident injures two two residents were injured when their car crashed into a Telephone pole May 27, Noreen Lave lie 21, 3752 st. Johns Ter suffered lacerations of the Chin and knee and Glori Cattelan 21, 3696 Matson ave., suffered possible internal injuries. Both were taken to mercy Hospital by the Deer Park life squad. Safety first at Tani first Barbara Wolfe daughter of or. And mrs. Roger Wolfe 7461 s. Mingo dr., has won the spelling Bee at her school Camargo Miami Hills elementary and As Winner competed in the City wide contest. A miss Dunnea lose daughter of or. And mrs. Edward f., lose 3824 n. Berkeley cir., Silverton has been inducted into Kappa Tau Alpha National society for journalism scholarship at the University of Minnesota. Miss lose a graduate of it. Notre Dame High school and Ohio University is working towards a graduate degree in journalism. Carl and Robert Lindner Indian Hill residents and Charles h. Keating attorney have been elected to the Board of directors of the Cincinnati enquirer. Richard Dutcher mrs. George Sharp Rev. Richard t. Disseler and Rev. George Siddall jr., Are delegates from Trinity United Church of Christ to the Ohio conference United Church of Christ meeting june 6 through june 8 at Heidelberg College Tiffin. A mrs. Judith Schultz 7722 Shawnee run rd., us instructor in biology will be one of the instructors of a fundamentals of conservation a concentrated course for elementary and secondary teachers to be Given june 21-july 13 by the us summer school at Cincinnati nature Center. Savings amp loan Assn 4539 Montgomery rd., Norwood o. _ free 5 gab. Gas my i til Oil Changa Fikter lube double Stamps Yates Comet 4384 e. Galbraith 984-9887 5% 631 4246 esi.1904 on certificates quarterly a a a Deposit by the 10th interest from the 1st convenient parking open daily . Mcevilley president a James Disque Secretary storage special dresses $1.39 sparkle cleaners a professional Ory cleaners and a launderers a we Cara about your clothes our Only location 4343 e. Galbraith re. Corner Blue Ash re. Plenty of paric lna a a tot a shopping Center look a oia. They re poor boy Quot hush puppies warmer honors o shopper s charge a master charge Mari card a they look great a they foal great o they Wear Greet Abner Brown $17� kinw00d Bike o Gray and Black it a Foj a a Mali Kennedy rezoning hearings set upgrading of the zoning in Kennedy Heights will be on the Agenda tuesday at 3 . When the Urban housing development and zoning committee of Cincinnati Council meets at City Hall. The committee will consider the housing policy submitted by the Kennedy Heights Community Council the meeting is open to representatives of All Community councils. On june 9 at 1 . A Public hearing on zone change in Kennedy Heights and pleasant Ridge will be held by a Cincinnati Council. Don Mystrom housing chairman of the Khuc stressed the importance of a Large attendance As vital to the cd undly a goal. Busy making plans for Silverton s a operation reach out Quot a program geared to improve communications Between the Community and the schools Are representatives of the school Community association the Overton Layfield mothers and Silverton school it a. In shoes apparel husband wife team fashion consultants by Helen fix a former shoe manufacturer and his Lovely blonde wife a former shoe Model have combined their know How and their talents in not Only predicting fashion trends in footwear but in designing distinctive styles tailored to each of their clients. We interviewed the Debonair Hans Lyndsey and Cynthia his stylish attractive partner in business and marriage when they were in town consulting with and inspecting the facilities of one of their major clients the . Shoe corp., 1658 Herald ave., Norwood. A we met with Philip Barach . Shoe president in London prior to coming to the . As guests of the corporation. We Are very impressed with the Plant one of the 500 largest companies in the . And its Modem technology a Hans explained. Known As Quot intercontinental focus the firm is headed by Lyndsey. Cynthia claims a a in a just the office girl. Another director is a a pretzels the family pet Dachshund whose speciality is . Public relations a Cynthia chuckled. The company serves As fashion consultants throughout the world. A we act a the eyes and ears of fashion in Europe. While our business has been basically in shoes we have extended our services to include clothes. This is a Normal tie up since a hoes Are an accessory and vital to the total look a Cynthia explained. She buys haute couture fashions for shops in Australia and medium to Low priced apparel for customers in new zealand. Cynthia and Hans Lyndsey a native of Austria Hans has a solid background of some 25 years in the shoe business in every phase including designing. A my father was a shoe manufacturer in Vienna and he convinced me to follow in his footsteps. I left Austria in 1939 a very advantageous time to make a move and went to England where i was overseas director for a Large Khoe corporation. We subscribed to style services but found them unsatisfactory because the styles appealed to the mass Market a Hans recounted. A five years ago Cynthia and i decided we would specialize in service and style and Cater individually to each client and As such we stick our neck out in a positive Way. . Shoe has been a customer since 1967, our advice and designs Are confined to the Selby Brand of . Shoe a Lyndsey related in a Way Cynthia Learned about shoes by walking in them. A Willowy five foot seven inches she has a models foot size 5ab. A my feet and legs have always walked me into a lot of trouble including my husband a she confided. Your family bicycle Headquarters featuring j5tcjuuiaa Quality bicycle expert repair service on All makes Montgomery cycler 9572 Montgom Ery re. 793-3855 Milldale lumber comp any lumber and plywood Cut to size carpal tart recommended for All Type of a modelling. Says Blue Ash re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 a operation reach out a a program inaugurated in the Silverton school Community moved into High gear this week with the appointment of Block chairmen to implement one of the programs purpose six establishment of a Community Center at Silverton elementary school. A constructive professionally directed recreational and education program to be held in the building on tuesday wednesday and thursday evenings Between 6 15 and 8 45 . From october 1971 through april 1972 is being proposed. A project youth is the name of the drive being launched by the Silverton neighbourhood association with the cooperation of the school Community association to raise $3896 for a Community Center at Silverton school. The funds would be used to pay the salary of the trained Leader who would supervise the program and the Cost of maintenance and custodial service while the school would be a in use during the evening hours. Activities planned to be offered include Banc netball volleyball tumbling crafts club meetings table games movies demo Strat ions Bridge and other activities As conditions indicate. The paid Leader would be assisted by two volunteers each evening. Mrs. Verdell Hunter chairman for residential solicitation and sea aide explained that in schools within the City of Cincinnati the Cincinnati Pat Board recreation com. Mission finances what is known As a the lighted school Silverton however is not serviced by the Cincinnati recreation commission and therefore has to seek private funding. The following have been appointed Block chairmen for the following areas n. Fordham Eliza Hatcher and Jenny Mcmillan s. Fordham Henrietta Turner w. Fordham Dorothy Reed Tam Worth Florence Lounds Cedarwood it. And pi., Rozalee Crosa Plainfield Juanita Lynem Oak Beverly Frazier Highland Balma Davis Oak Crest Sarah Blackwell Queen Crest Doris Wilson Diehl Carrie Mclemore Elwynne Bill Brooks Gweynn Keith Shirley Larkins Stoll Genevieve Schwartz John Davis John Hill Stewart Martha Brean s. Berkeley Lynne Peters North ave., Shirley Mahoney be Kenton Louise Mraz Sampson Jerome Bridges and Elm Mellisse Thomas. Some Block chairmen will Call on their neighbors others will plan coffees according to mrs. Hunter. In explaining the operation of intercontinental focus Cynthia said a i visit the continent once or twice a month ,. Covering clothing and shoe shows and haute couture collections. I gift the pertinent information pick up trends and then write analytical reports. 1 either translate my ideas into sketches which i execute or have them done. A a a because of my involvement in buying fashions in a looking foward to visiting a casual Comers a dress shop Chain owned by . Shoe in Boston. I want to see their a walking fashion plate herself in a Navy Blue Blazer Navy and red print dior. Blouse and Navy red and White plaid skirt Cynthia Speaks with authority when she says its important to see the whole spread of fashion in a country. She expressed particular concern at the Lack of appealing fashions for women Over 25. A there is a cry All Over the world for a More classical look catering to women Over 25. The manufacturer has been catering to the younger continued on Page 2 endorses legislation to hike educational funds the executive Board of the Deer Park elementary schools Pat has voted to endorse the following legislative statement from the state Board of managers of the Ohio Congress of parents and teachers an income tax to improve the Quality of Public education in Ohio. A continuation of the existing Broad bases of financial support for education which include sales tax liquor cigarette and other general fund taxes As Well As local real estate and personal property taxes. Responsible implements Tion of the Homestead exemption amendment to the Ohio Constitution. All state mandated programs to be fully funded by the state. A school foundation program to provide state support equal to or greater than 50 percent of the operational Cost of Public schools. Within your shopping Aras 71-ss04-Sci- 94-ss1-9203 organic Garden supplies of Artrell liquid amp Cascad bark Garbark pay Gro and Cocoa shall mulches. Bona areal. Rock phosphate Green Sand Mcdonald s 8968 Kan Wood re. 791 Fiu by Jackie Thomas father s Day is june 20 and its not too Early to Start looking around. If you can to make up your mind whet to buy Nadler s invites you to come in and Brouse around. As a menus specially shop they always have the very latest in styles plus cuff links wallets belts and All those uninteresting accessories men need. Shopping for men can be a difficult task but not at Nadler a. They have such a variety of wearing apparel and accessories you la actually enjoy a dad shopping a. Have you picked up an entry Blank for the father of the i year contest youngsters in the fourth through eighth Grade a Are eligible and entry Blanks Are available in All Kenwood mall i stores. Some Lucky dad will receive a plaque Over $100 Worth of prizes and the use of a new Camero for one week. If you re a a a budding artist then Why not bring a sketch 1 pad and take advantage of the greater Cincinnati Rose show this sunday the stage will be set for you to do a still life and you can sketch from 1 to s . If you need artist supplies Wilson paint has everything for the Amateur and the professional artist a a a Rose by any other name May smell As Sweet but it nothing will smell sweeter than . During the Rose show. 1 can you imagine a Small to Mill Quot roses come smell for yourself its open to the Public. j advertisement

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