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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - June 09, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioOil change filter double Stamps Yates Comet 4384 e. Galbraith 934 9987 Cincinnati has Over 100 Placas the buy shoes. So Why should you buy at Marmer so you . I was very Happy to find a business that is interested in plea sine the customer. I manner s honors 0 shoppers charge o master citrate o Banka Mercard to Aid a Friend in 9 fish a Christian organization dedicated to helping others has undertaken a giant size task ,., securing volunteers to help a six year old brain damaged child to Lead a More Normal life. Appealing curly haired Donnie Lewis is one of five children of or. And mrs. Donald Lewis 7244 Thomas dr., Madeira. The other Lewis children Load Normal health Active lives but Bonnie is impaired children. Quot we have every by brain damage Hope that we can one Day the lewites have great a our son return to Faith in the program normalcy Quot said mrs. Lewis outlined by the Ohio Valley # the program is., one of oink for brain injured Quot brain patterning simulated creeping and crawling and requires patterning four times a Day. To implement the program More Volunteer about 100 in All Are needed. The patterning sessions Are one hour in length. Five persons Are r e q u i r e d f o r each patterning. T he l e w i s a a Are encouraged by the Volunteer assistance they Are already receiving. Among those helping Are some 30 teenagers including scouts and students. Those who Are interested in volunteering theft services to help Donnie May Call fish representatives mrs. Shirley Johnston 7931748 or mrs. Mary Church 793-1220. Re College to offer theatre arts program an associate degree program in theater arts will Start next fall at the University of Cincinnati a Raymond Walters College in. Blue Ash. The two year general and technical College has designed its newest curriculum for students wanting to major in acting or technical production. Courses offered will include introduction to theater history of theater it a acting or stagecraft plus production or performance labs speech literature Art and psychology in addition students wid have the Opportunity to participate in four major productions each year presented by the Raymond Walters College players. Its repertoire has covered a wide Range of theater from Ibsen a Quot reads Gabier Quot to Allen s Quot Don t drink the mrs. Helen r. Cooke assistant professor of English and speech directs the rec players. John c. Marks instructor in speech is designer and technical theater arte courses at Raymond Walters College will Transfer into the theater arts program on the main us Cam. Pus. Full information is available at the College office 9565 Plainfield rd., phone 793-6010. Fire Itten a festival is sunday a total of $800 in Cash prizes will be awarded at the festival of the Silver Tom Volunteer fireman a protective association saturday from 4 to 11 . In the rear of the municipal building 6860 Plainfield re. First prize will be $600 second and third prizes $100 fourth and fifth prism $60. Refreshments will be available. Proceeds Are used to Purchase equipment for the association for service to the Community. According to fire chief Howard Newman All members have completed the required Ohio state 13-week training course a Well As weekly training periods to provide cast and efficient service. In 1970 the life squad made More than 200 runs for a total of 760 Man hours. Breitenbach plumb co service within your shopping area 73t-sm4-mt-41f4bt1-ffq$ let us convert your Street shoes into Golf shoes a at s treat a vents Alt s much cheaper Riessinger she service sss4e. Galbraith re. Dimon sis shopping Canter _t�m1�0 shoe repairing �?�034 Montgomery roa0 pleasant Ridge Geo. 8chwaeoerle free s gals. Was with Oil to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 serving the communities of. Blue Adi Montgomery a Amberley Village Indian Kennedy height a Silverton Kenwood Deer bark Rossmoyne ditto Nate Ridgewood Mark of circuit. Avion integrity 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio wednesday june 9,1971 display aos and news. Classified aos 5310234 731-7170 vol. In no. 44 after listening to voters Madeira Board to submit 6.45 Mills operating Levy at june 29 election ci��"7i�es mrs. Betty Collett of Blue Star mothers of american chapter 10, Deer Park was named to an office for the department of Ohio of the Bsma at the a tale convention in Dayton. Alao attending a a Delegate was mrs. Ruth Eschman. Boya and girls of the Amity school Fety patrol were honoured during an. Assembly. Deer Park police chief Nick nwrksm11m thanked the patrol for a Job Wel done and. Remarked that another year1 had passed without an Accident occurring during the hours the patrol was on duty. Julie Griswold was patrol Captain. A Charles h. Finney 6213 Beechview cir., Kennedy Heights has been elected president of the arthritis foundation Ohio Valley chapter. Othar local men elected officers include Alan c. Fite 2600 oxbridge dr., Trees and John w. Brean 6770 Stewart rd., vice pres. A a it. Village to Asnacht new director. A. Wray White manager of Indian h01, was named to the Board of directors of the Ohio City management association at the Spring conference at Atwood Lake Lodge. White a retired air Fence colonel has been manager of Indian Hill since 1966. Strong armed robbery Juanita Walterman 6786 Seiber ave., 3ilverton, told police Friday that a male subject hit her knocked her Down and grabbed her purse As she was returning to her residence at 3 20 . Total loss was estimated at $70. Wine stolen approximately $36 Worth of wine was stolen thursday from alas Pony Keg Kenton and Montgomery according to Silver ton police. James Perin Amberley Harold fas2 was top Marksman for May with a 276 out of a possible 300 in the departments monthly shoot. Pit. Garry Benner was second with 269. A a a Bonnie Dunn was named student of the year at the employer employee banquet for the Madeira chapter of the distributive education clubs of America. H amp s cooked food carry out opens Jean Lawrence owner of has supermarket announces a new venture has cooked food carry out at by pass 60 and it. 126, Remington. The shop which will be open daily from 11 . To 10 ., offers a wide variety of carry out foods ready to put on the table. The selection includes italian favourites such As Spaghetti Ravioli and lasagna salads pizzas cold and hot sandwiches barbecued Chicken and ribs Chicken shrimp or fish in a Basket. Baskets induce French Fries and Cole Slaw. For dessert the carry out offers sundaes sodas hand packed French Bauer ice various other take a Defeated school Levy and Bond Issue mix it with a school Board pledged to a listen a stir in 200 interested citizens of All persuasions and season it with a Neutral Moderator then Tell everybody about it. That s the successful recipe which led to the largest town meeting that Madeira school Board president Jim Perin can Ever \ recall. As a result of the meeting Perin announced the Board will have a special election tuesday june 29 for an operating Levy of 6.46 Mills of which 2.20 Mills is renewal. Of the new Revenue approximately one half a to make up for tax duplicate lost through property re evaluation and to main t Ai n current salary Levels while the other half a earmarked for a modest salary increase during the next school year and two temporary classrooms at the High schools. Madeira voters rejected May 4 an operating Levy Bond Issue package which called for $8.73 per $1000 increase in property taxes in Madeira. The reaction of the school Board used to winning its requests for increases in recent years was to find out in detail just what the majority of Madeira voters did want their school system to be. Quot we were pretty sure they weren to saying we should 1st the system begin to deteriorate but we weren to sure said Perin. So the Board sent a letter of invitation to every tape player stolen James Gallaher 6743 be Kenton told Silverton police last wednesday that a tape player valued at $93 was stolen from his car while it was parked at 6711 Montgomery re. Power Mower stolen Kenneth Rice 6022 Plainfield rd., told Silverton police last wednesday that someone stole a Power Lawn Mower from his garage. In Madeira. Tiwe than 200 citizens of r All persuasions met with the Board for three hours May 26. The Board first presented its reasoning behind the original request breaking it Down into 18 separate items. Moderator Gordon Pierce Thomas or Madeira led floor discussions and questions. Included were work sheets for each participant and an opinion and comments ballot. Perin summarized the boards so a reaction to the meeting Quot those in attendance clearly favored keeping up the Quality of our school system but nothing More at this time. This translates into a Cost of living increase in teachers salaries and temporary classrooms but nothing More Quot. Actually several other items including remodelling of Camargo primary and providing for inflation were favored in meeting ballot counts but did not figure in the boards final decision. Rezoning bid of nursing Home denied a rezoning petition by the Arcadia rest a nursing Home inc., ver Utam and carpathia ave., pleasant Ridge from r-4 to r-5 was denied last wednesday by the Cincinnati councils u r ban d e v e to p men to housing and Zoni n g committee. In its action the committee concurred in the recommendation of the c i n c i n n a tipi a n n i no commission which Alao recommended against _ the change. Apparently the nursing Hoime was built in violation of zoning in the area and is unable to use the first floor. The committee ruled that the petitioners would either have to vacate the building or acquire More land in order to meet the r-4 zoning requirements. Stanley Goodman representing the petitioners indicated his client would acquire the necessary additional land. Blue Ash play Days begin on june 21 the Blue Ash summer recreation program opens june 21 and closes August 6. It will be held from 1 to 4 30 . Monday through Friday at Blue Ash school and Oak Wood Park. George acus recreation director Wilt be assisted by de Watson head basketball coach at Sycamore High school Karen Nolte girls physical education instructor and four student helpers. The program includes free play crafts sports and contests. 6 citizen of 9 Earnestine Jackson mrs. Samuel3539 Lumford pm a woman Active in every phase of Community life has been acclaimed As Kennedy Heights citizen of the year mrs. Jackson was presented a Silver bowl As a Token of appreciation for her services to the Community. A member of the Kennedy Heights Community Council since its inception she has held several offices and served on numerous Quot committees of that o Rani Patron. She is currently serving on the education committee. A girl scout Leader mrs. Jackson has also devoted much time to the Coop Nursery school sponsored by mothers of the comm Unity at Kennedy Heights presbyterian Church. She was among those who worked diligently to put into operation the voluntary kindergarten for Kennedy District school children. The program is in Progress at the first Baptist Church of Kennedy Heights. In addition she is president of Kennedy school Pat and an area advisor for District 2 of the Cincinnati Council of elementary ptas. Justin a Tollman honoured by Board Park Justin a. Rollman of Amberley Village who served 16 years As a commissioner for the Hamilton county Park District from june 14,1954 to oct. 20, 1970 has been presented the National recreation and Park associations Quot outstanding voluntary service the Board of Park commissioners made the presentation to his outstanding voluntary service to the people of the Community. Rollman was further commended for his Many efforts in serving on numerous boards and committees Over Many years of his life. The award was presented by commissioners Louis Nippert Sam Benedict and Richard h. Durr Ell. Earnestine Jackson Silverton kiwanis auction set the auction sponsored by the Silverton kiwanis club is set for saturday june 19, beginning at noon at Silverton memorial Park Park ave. And Montgomery re. Every saturday until the auction the club will be making pick ups of such articles As furniture appliances Garden tools Lawn mowers bicycles toys Etc. Proceeds will be used for worthy projects in the surrounding area. In past years the club has supported two Knothole teams taken deaf children from st. Rita a school to the shrine circus helped in southwestern Ohio mental health at Longview supported a Foster child in South America sponsored an easter egg Hunt for Silverton children. Persons who May have items for the kiwanis auction May Call Rebisso plumbing at 531-0640 or Lou Andrews at 891-5428. Off iric Gardes so Ppitz a Ferrell liquid amp . Cascade bark Garbark pay Gro and Cocoa Shell mulches. Bone meal Rock phosphate Green Sand Mcdonald s 8968 Kenwood re. 791-8480 spark ii i cleaners professional cleaners and laundered we care about your clothes our Only location 4343 e. Galbraith re. Corner Blue Ash re. Parking i Center plenty of Park a tot a shopping Mother of the year. Mrs. Mary Ann Lamblin 3256 Woodford rd., pleasant Ridge has been named Mother of the year by the greater Cincinnati chapter of the National sclerosis society. A victim of multiple sclerosis mrs. Lamblin is the Mother of three boys Stephen 11 Gregory nine and Mark 13. Until a gently mrs. Lamblin was employed at general electric in eve Nyala. Despite her Handicap mrs. Lamblin continues to perform household duties and keep up with her three sons. Quot Only an is Mother knows the trials of Day to Day living Whan the body is not As willing As the spirit Quot. Sha also feels her Mother mrs. Stephan Weitlauf 3327 Woodford rd., deserves much credit for keeping the family Well end Happy during her daughters illness. San rate heat s and be m Isnit it wonderful you can swim in a o Martins town 4 country bathing suit. M look really Cool in hot pants from Paul umber company lumber and plywood Cut to size carpal tart Radom Mandan for All typos of remodelling. A sos Bint Ash re. Row Mono 791-8122 your family bicycle Headquarters featuring . Quality bicycle expert repair service on All makes cycler 9672 Montgomery re. 793-3865 by Jackie Thomas lots of graduation and if you want to make it easy shall Flo s Carol starting will Levels Tara at of course if Harris and buy wadding gifts. On Youra olf. Tem you lust what the Bride she Toto a would like to have you want to do your own thing gats jewelry has a delightful department with most unusual items in a wide Price Range. For the grads Spencer gifts has it All. A Rooney gifts crazy gifts practical gifts and Alt sorts of Little do dads. And most Spencer gifts Are suitable for either the boy or girl Grad whether they Are collage bound or beginning a career. If you have received a stack of those White envelopes with neatly folded engraved messages inside and want to be totally practical done to under estimate a gift certify Cate. Most stores have them. Father s Day is tha 20th and offers you another Opportunity to give a gift. Now remember it 1s better to Fco than Root a that a Why we Are giving some Lucky dad Over $100 Worth of prizes and tha free use of a Camero for a week. If your youngsters Haven to entered the assay contest pick up an entry Blank in any Kenwood mall a store where you always keep your Cool in perfect 72 degree _ m no re were you always keep your Coli in pen at i of grow a &ajul2juuuuul pm a it sement fish seeks volunteers Library Ohio histories Soai Oty 1982 Vela ave Columbus Ohio 43211
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