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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - June 16, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioSum Fin 4415 Montgomery rd., Cincinnati o. 45212 Send All mail to bom 12010, Cincinnati Ohio 45212 publish a every wednesday by. Cunti. Suburban new Papert inc. National newspaper Quot in aka so stoning mum a i tit Tom fwd a a a sub Ripton rate by Mah i per year Sinai copy 10c member National newspaper assn., suburban press foundation accredited Home newspapers of America certified audit of circulations Oblo newspapers assn., Buckeye press. Office hours news retail adv. 9 to 4 p,.ftt a fet ism monday thru Friday Oji Uzi a classified 731-7170 editor a. Helen fix advertising director. A a .r.k. My Schimon advertising Jones advertising representative. A James Waller advertising representative. Mary. Jane Reddish publisher. John h. Wolf promotion mgr. Amp asst. To the publisher Emily Asbury Wolf advertising representatives Ohio newspaper services inc., 198 South High Street. Columbus 43215. Ohio and american newspaper representatives 404 fifth Avenue,.new York 10018. High Honor graduate Wolfgang Pelz son of or. And mrs. Heinz g. Pelz 8463 wicklow ave., Dillon Vale graduated with High honors from Rose polytechnic Institute Terre haute ind., where he received a Bachelor of science degree in mathematics. As an undergraduate he participated in the math club was a member of the Campus yearbook and Magazine staff and joined Triangle fraternity a social fraternity of scientists Sam off for fathers Day Well give you for any old watchband no matter what make material or condition when you Trade it in on a new stainless steel Sci 4m filie or Gold filled Speidel watchband. As advertised on to set Jelepis our is st year in Stiver ton 6928 Plainfield re. 891-1930 we Honor a Bank a Erkard a master charge or. Thomas f. Brady optometrist visual training Contact lenses pleasant Ridge doctors bldg. Corner Losantiville a Montgomery our Only location daily except thursday saturday until noon monday evening by App t. 731-5141 attention teens Tai # joins a on the summer fun a % a 3vlillion Galloway 6 8 week teen modelling c0urse1 a Wanbi a makeup modelling a control development hair styling a fashion television a figure personality plus much More limited classes Call 791-5523 Lillian Galloway school of modelling it 7784 Montgomery re. Kenwood a Cincinnati s Only fully accredited school Quot approved state Board of school and College Reg no. 0228m prize winning float. This was die entry of Standard Federal savings and loan in the Ridge Day Parade june 5. The float won second place and a trophy. First place was won by the Park Man i. Float which depicted the Ridge Day Emblem. A let s do it again Ridge Day unifies area raises $7,000 by Helen fix a a let a do it again�?T1 in the reaction of the Many people who contributed to the Success of Ridge Day june 5 in pleasant Ridge. And from the standpoint of participation and attendance what a Success it was some 1390 people marched in the two hour Parade while an estimated 5,000 lined the 2-a Northeast suburban life wednesday Jura 16. 1971 social wednesday Siemer . 54�1 Kennedy ave. Preliminary games Start 7 30 . Jackpots 54 numbers 120 55 numbers 200 51 numbers 300 big 6 100 new Hall for went a up to 400 people. Dances a me Ting wedding receptions Call 731-0156 life due suburban scene with Heien fix my engineers and architects. He received class honors in his freshman Junior and senior years and was. Elected to membership in i my Epsilon National mathematics honorary fraternity. He plans to do his graduate studies at Virginia polytechnic Institute Blacksburg va., in statistics. Wolfgang graduated As valedictorian from Deer Park High school in 1967. Amberley boy wins Moeller scholarship thirteen year old Barry Birkmeyer son of or. And mrs. Raymond j. Birkmeyer 6890 Bee Chianos dr., Amberley Village graduated at the top of his class at our Mother of sorrows school and in recognition of a outstanding scholarship and leadership has been awarded a one by ear scholarship to the High school of his Choice. For Barry the school will be Moeller where he will enter the freshman class in september. Madeira graduate Given scholar skip Dan Herschede son of or. And mrs. Walter j. Herschede of Hosbrook dr., has been awarded a scholars hip loan package from Urbana College. Dan a is interested in preparing for a career in secondary teaching. During his first three years at Moeller Dan played football. His after school hours during his senior year at Madeira have been spent at work in the housekeeping department of Bethesda North. _ news from the West. From Art Colby former Blue Ash manager now in Kennewick wash., comes this interesting Titbit. Art and Lee have announced the engagement of their daughter Linda with a pending marriage this summer. As Art puts it in typical father of the Bride fashion a three Down and one to a Pat on the Back. To new suburban life Carrier Tom Lamping. One of his customers on East Gatewood took the trouble to Call and commend the paper the circulation department and Tom for the Quot excellent Way the papers were paper was put at the subscribers door and Quot was greatly prediction department. Look for Cincinnati City Council to approve the upgrading of zoning in the Woodford re. Area As requested by the Kennedy Heights Community Council. The upgrading wont affect the Towne properties project now underway on the former Chase Davies property. Indications Are that Council members perceive the significance of the arguments of the Kennedy Heights people and their zoning plan. Council approval of the upgrading would hold the line and prevent construction of further multiple housing projects in the area. A worthwhile cause. Mrs. Shirley Johnston of fish a Christian organization dedicated to helping other people tells us the group is in need of More volunteers. Organized about two years ago in the Kenwood Madeira Section the group maintains a seven Day 24-hour emergency service. Volunteers perform just about every Type of assistance. Baby sitting transportation and other emergency services. Fish runs a Small and in the Church directory of suburban life with the phone number for emergency help and it has been used. We know from personal testimony from those who have called the number. Those interested in volunteering their services May Contact mrs. Mary Church 793-1220. Interesting layout. A recent Issue of the Procter amp Gamble publication a a moonbeams carried on the Back cover an Aerial photo and description 6f the new research and development Center to be built in Blue Ash. Site work and construction Are expected to get underway by late summer on the 136-acre site adjacent to Sharon Woods Between East Kemper and Cornell ads. You cant win Mem All dept. The item in last weeks column which intimated Montgomery police did t know the location of a Street in their own town strained our usually Friendly relations with Montgomery police chief Ray Moore. We reported that a Man trying to locate Bunker Hill be. Called the Montgomery police station and was told by the person answering that he did no to know where the Street was but that it Wasny to in Montgomery. Ray wasted no time in a setting us he checked and said no policeman received the Call and that furthermore the offending a a Street is really an a dedicated private thoroughfare leading to apartments. Montgomery police do know their territory and do a Good Job of protecting it. A Council pipeline at last. Its great to have pleasant Ridge and Kennedy Heights represented on Cincinnati City Council. Thanks to the new councilman Timothy Garry we re being kept up to Date on Council actions affecting these two areas. Or. Garry makes it his business to see we re informed. Incidentally Garry is off to a Good Start As an Active knowledgeable representative who seems attuned to the Peoples needs and wishes. Jaycees to Welcome new members Sycamore Deer Park Jaycees will entertain prospective members thursday june 17, in the rear of the Deer Park municipal building. A business meeting at 8 ., will be followed by a Brief explanation of Jay Cee activities and a social. Anyone interested in joining the Jaycees is asked to Call Ron Buckley 793-5706. Parade route to see the spectacle of floats marching units and dignitaries including congressman William Keating senator Robert Taft state senator Michael Maloney mayor Willis Gradison and most councilmen. While Only $7,000 of the $20,000 financial goal was reached mrs. Terri Parker general chairman feels that perhaps an even More important goal was attained. A Ridge Day awakened a lot of people who had never gotten involved before. It unified the Ridge and has instilled a sense of real Pride in our proceeds will he used to equip a proposed recreation Center for Ridge Park. Nine trophies were awarded in the following categories drum and Baton corps forester Tes drum and Baton corps r u inner up americanos drum and Baton corps Milford Marc h i n g units Glen Este Trojan ettes Rifle corps runner up Calmettes Milford floats 1st place Parkman place float depicting the Ridge Day Emblem 2nd place Standard Federal savings l loan 3rd place Parkview ave. Float most original entry Larry Moore a University of hair design and Best group contributions Oola Khan Grotto which brought the greatest number of people to the Parade. Winner of the $500 grand prize was Edith Mohler of pleasant Ridge and miss Debbie Warden who sold the winning ticket won $10 for Selling the greatest number of tickets. Mrs. Parker was Quick to Praise the efforts of those outside the Ridge who donated their time and services. A the Cincinnati recreation commission was 100 percent with us in this Effort. They donated Many Man hours to getting the Park ready and opened the Pool Early just for the occasion. The Ohio police patrol a private Agency guarded the grounds All Day and provided Protection on Bank runs. Neighbourhood police As Well As some from District 4, provided their Ridge Day took the place of the Trad it ional playground mothers club festival and was co sponsored by the playground mothers and the pleasant Ridge Community Council. A we raised seven times As mud Money As we did with a festival a mrs. Parker said. A this Marks the first time for a massive Effort on the part of schools churches and civic organizations on behalf of the Community. We re looking Forward to another Ridge Day next the design of a Ridge Day Emblem by Dave Magill of Bellewood ave. Was also a big hit. More than 650 to shirts emblazoned with the Ridge Day Emblem were sold. Mrs. Parker also praised the boy scouts who cleaned up the area before the Parade and helped with cleanup afterwards. She reminded Ridge residents that contributions Are still being accepted. Checks should be made payable to Ridge Day and mailed to mrs. Terri Parker 6309 Kincaid rd., 45213. Dorman g. Cob Economy taps Dorman Cobb Dorman g. Cobb who lived in Norwood for 17 years has been appointed to the sales staff of Economy Chevrolet at 491 2 Montgomery re. Or. Cobb transfers his talents from 24 years of experience in general insurance and most recently real estate to the Field of transportation. The Cobbs wife Eima and daughter Sirley lived in Norwood for Over 17 years before moving to Forest Park. A we still feel a Strong t u g toward Norwood a said or. Cobb a where we were Active in the first Church of the Nazarene. Dorman attended the University of Louisville College of pharmacy and the Eastern Kentucky University Commerce department. He also went to . Evening Eastern Kentucky University Commerce department. He also went to us evening a a it Outi pm f Glen Greene has How joined Marty million millions Barber shop 7031 Plainfield re. Where Blue Ash 8t Plainfield come together 791-9603 no appointment necessary Flowers galore baby geraniums 25 2�?� Doi. 3�?� pots. Large pots. 39 79 50 in a tray. $995 Flowers galore. We have a huge Supply a june plantings full of blooms. In trays free fertilizer with plants tour our Lovely landscaped gardens and offices. Find out for yourself All the details of our landscape design and development programs. Wooo Thornton environmental industries Quot 9840 Montgomery Road we a re As near As your phone for delivery 791-8162 791-8165 791-7531 this and Good thurs. Thru sat. June 19,1971 Chuck ro0$f choir. Canter Cut lb.69�?~ Boneless Rotimi. Pork Roost a a a la. $1.09 Leon tender beef Stew. Bacon Judy s sliced 59 del Moni co steaks it gtd 89 dutch loaf or . 70 a Bing cherriesn>.49 fresh White com.5 for As new onions .3��35 oreo cookies a it. 39 a of a Lausii bread o loaves $1.00f�? must oni Coupon can pub Claibo i 49 s milk a �?��?��?��?�1/2 Gal Carton White Villa sliced or halves pen Ches a. Cd a a 3 f�rs9c a canned soft drinks 6��49�?~ 31k can 69 a with this Coupon a a a a a a a offer tvs e co Remasie Judy s expires _ Only at Mem in Biwers War Beer delivered by the Case same Low Price 7234 Ohio ave. Deer Park Onen Fri. A a. Till 9 p. Photo Gray lenses stops Glare automatically any time of year 17 convenient locations factory 29 w. Court st. 3818087 tri county Princeton Plaza 671-1250 downtown 36 w 5th st. 621 0950 Roselawn Valley shop in 821-7771 downtown 44 e. 6th st. 621 9874 Norwood Norwood Plaza 351 5623 Covington 625 Scott 431-7025 Kenwood 7565 Kenwood id. 793-6520 Covington 142 Pike st. 431 2380 Milford 777 main st. 831-0851 West. Hills 5964 Glenway 922 9020 it. Wash. 7864 Beec Mofit ave. 232 3052 it. Airy 5456 Colerain ave. 542-7355 Cleves 39 st. Lilily 941-2250 Brentwood 8524 Winton re. 729 1257 Springfield 44 e. Main 325 3232 Dayton q. 136 n. 224 1250 visit your Eye physician regularly for examination patronize rte a Star the original 12.50 Emblem on tha door
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