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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - June 30, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary it Ohio Hia Torie amp a society 1982 Veraa ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 a ii to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 serving the communities of Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillon ale Ridgewood Mark or circulation integrity 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio wednesday Juna 30, 1971 display ads and news________53102x4 classified ads. 731-7170 vol. In no. 47 seven named Eagle scouts seven boy scouts from troops in Eastern and North Eastern Hamilton county received scouting a highest award the Eagle scout badge during a recent court of Honor at the Mariemont Community Church. All members of units in the big Bear District Dan Beard Council the new Eagle scouts Are left to right front John g. Bintzler son of or. And mrs. Robert Bintzler 7936 Shell Dale Way Montgomery Thomas c. Davis son of or. And mrs. Charles e. Davis 4210 Sibley to Jet or a Quot a Sou a War futo �o-ins�?�., a a pm Ian if i to Edvi a ltd Cid t 8l, 4104 Rowan Hill dr., Mariemont rear Matthew r. Wordeman son of or. And mrs. Robert h. Wordeman 4317 Joan pi., Mariemont James d. Obert son of or. And mrs. Erie l. Obert Loveland Thomas n. Dobbins iii son of or. And mrs. Thomas n. Dobbins jr., 7998 symphony le., Montgomery and Timothy w. Anderson son of or. And mrs. William Anderson 7310 mar del dr., Madeira. Bintzler and Dobbins Are members of troop 674, Montgomery Davis troop 172, Deer Park Tourtelot and Wordeman both of troop 149, Mariemont Obert troop 802, Anderson troop 555, life new squads seeks Headquarters Blue Ash Council thursday was asked by the Blue Ash Montgomery life squad to Grant them permission to erect a building on Kenwood re. To Bouse their equipment. A Public hearing on the his to sell live lobsters live lobsters will be sold by a Norwood his club saturday july 10. To order Call northeastern Branch Myca 731-0115. The lobsters must be paid for by thursday july 8, by mail checks payable to Sig Fla Alpha Tau his club. The lobsters $3.25 each will be available 2 and 4 . July 10 at northeastern Gamble Nippert Blue Ash and Powell Crosley Myca. Request was held before the regular Council meeting. It was pointed out by the chief of the life squad Cletus Oaks that his men Are endeavouring to give the residents of Blue Ash and Montgomery even greater services than in the past. He stated that plans for a new Headquarters included a dormitory where some members would be available to answer emergencies 24 Early deadline noon Friday july 2, is the deadline for All news incl uding sports and pictures for the july 7 Issue of suburban life. Your cooperation will be appreciated. Orfi ilc Gardes a splits Ferrell liquid amp . Cascade bark Garbark pay Gro and Cocoa Shell mulches. B o n e m e a i Rock phosphate Green Sand Mcdonald s 8968 Kenwood re. 791-8480 Quot customer appreciation Days Quot f Sale i h continued thru july 14th. F sparkle cleaners i we offer you the finest in professional cleaning Kand laundering 1 our Only location 4343 e. Galbraith re. Corner Blue Ash re. A tot a shopping Center it s Sweet Corn time Homegrown at Iller s Roadside stand on Galbraith Road Between Kenwood and Blue Ash ads. Just East of Deer Park housing project not dead Khuc preparing for court Battle King sized symbols of the nuisances of pollution swarm around the harassed heroine of an anti pollution puppet show to be sponsored by Honeywell inc., six times daily july 5-10 at Kenwood mall. The featured performers Are a live blonde heroine named Annie a giant Caterpillar and a Crew of puppets Bent on spreading pollution miseries throughout the world. Kenwood civic group to install officers j. Ron Evans will be installed As president of the Kenwood civic association tonight at 8 ., in st. Vincent Ferrer Church. Judge Melvin g. Rueger of common pleas court will be the installing officer. Evans lives at 7538 Quail hollow rd., and has been Active in the Kcal for five years first As a member of the zoning Kennedy Heights Community Council is preparing to go to court to prevent the development of a 428-unit apartment Complex on Kennedy ave., near Highland ave., in Columbia township. The group announced last week that the project had been permanently blocked because construction had not begun within the time specified by Law and that the area had reverted Back to residence Quot cd single family zoning of e lines hours a Day. This he continued would save time sometimes even a life because there would be no waiting time Between a Call for Aid and a Call to life squad members. The location requested for the building is near a Section zoned commercial. Mayor Charles Proctor suggested that squad members consider using City owned property on Cooper re. For their Headquarters. This location he said is where the new City building is to be erected. Council will vote on an ordinance to Grant the life saving groups request at a special Council meeting at the City Hall tomorrow night at 8 . City manager George Wilson jr., reported that work on the Glendale Milford re. Sewer has reached Kenwood rd., and that there will be interval traffic delays on Kenwood re. An ordinance to permit the Purchase of a Public address system failed to pass As an emergency but was re read and passed first Reading. O r d i n a aces passing As emergencies include o authorizing payment of $6500 to Thomas h. Mongan for duties performed when he was Blue Ash solicitor. A citizens suit against this payment has been filed but see Blue Ash Page 10 Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping area 791 -504 Sgi-6154-891-9203 Indian Hill manager White a . Air Force colonel ret is looking Forward to attending the reunion of Hon world War ii b-25 bomber group july 8-10 in Montgomery Quot Ala. Wray a Pilot will drive to Montgomery with his former navigator who now lives in new York. Chances Are pretty Good there la be a lot of yarn spinning. Carol Riefle june graduate of us is both designer and Model of an a 11 r a c live Multi coloured pique knickers and Matching Cap. Her outfit was one of 150 shown at the show by Uchs fashion design department. Carol is the daughter of or. And mrs. William l. Riefle 6182 Cherokee. Mayor Dan Mcdonald of Madeira has issued proclamation stating that on july 4 and 5, Miami ave. Will be known As Independence Boulevard. His Honor issued the proclamation in Observance of our country a 195th anniversary. A cuff Behrman chief of the Madeira Indian Hill Volunteer fire department has been presented a certificate honouring him As a Kentucky colonel. The presentation was made at the Indian Hill firehouse by Harold Ries councilman in it. Mitchell by. Gail s. Blasberg 3655 Arbo Crest ct., is a member of the collegians at Miami University a group of selected voices from other my music groups. She sings Alto. Or. Richard e. Dean 7910 Shawnee run rd., director of surgical education at Christ Hospital has been appointed state medical advisor for the ostomy continued on Page 2 and was no longer available for an apartment Complex. However Ernest w. Combs executive director of the Hamilton county regional planning commission stated that the main reason the permit was issued after the expiration Date was because of procedural delays in approving various plans by county departments. The a red tape May give Rise to some Legal questions according to Combs which eventually May have to be settled in court since the expiration Date passed through no fault of the Developer Wabash consolidated corporation beaded by Marvin Warner. To Legal questions arise in defining the word a construction a and determining what building permit procedures were in process on certain dates Combs said. Hamilton county commissioners approved the zone change on Jan. 19, 1969, and extended the project approval for one year the following january. Plans were approved by the regional planning commission in november 1970, and application for a building permit was made by Wabash on Jan. 12, 1971, the permit was issued on feb. 10. To Date no construction has begun. In the past holding a building permit has been considered evidence of construction according to Combs. Kennedy Heights Council objects to the development because the Community is becoming overcrowded. The two schools in the area would be overcrowded bus service is inadequate heavy traffic on Kennedy ave. Would be increased and there Are no sidewalks. The Developer is not compelled to construct sidewalks either. The Council a is o maintains that sewer lines in the area Are not adequate for such a u g e development. Another project being vigorously opposed by the Council is the 120-unit apartment House on Woodford rd., being developed by Towne properties. 1st3 free lube with fillup and Brake adjustment double Stamps Yates Comet 4384 e. Galbraith 984-9987 4b 4� 4b 4b 3 <4 my my my my my Blue Ash Civ 1c league july 4 festival Coupon Good july 1 amp 2 merchants Nite $1.00 plus Coupon 8 rides school she is Active in Honor Carrier awards Jeff Maxwell 55 53 Bay Berry dr., was top award Winner in the suburban life area for having the highest percentage of collections on his route during March and april. Mike Peters 7972 wild Orchard held second place. Other area winners were Silver ton Carl Meyer 6529 Elwynne Deer Park Gary Barolis 4437 Clifford Dit Lionvale Brian a Hearn 7 4 0 2 b r i a r Patch Rossmoyne Ron Benz 4216 Widhoff Blue Ash David Paul 5350 Meyer Dale Montgomery Rob Wettach 10411 storybook North Kenwood Dave Cornish 8579 Hermitage South Kenwood Mark Wylie 6226 Kay Wood Maderia Tim masters 7816 Tances Amberly Tim Lacey 3770 achievement winners were Dan Pierce 7451 n. Mingo Steve Rathman 7 265 Berwood Robert Cordier 8607 Pine Kip Baron 7467 Hosbrook Bill Peterson 6580 Ken View Mike Brocker 10856 bridle path. Committee and later with the incorporation committee. Other officers to be installed Are Bill High 1st vice pres. Anita Semrad 2nd vice pres. Jean Fringer rec. Sec. Ruth Cullen Cor. Sec. And Robert Schnee treas. Directors include Joseph Havlovic James r. May Eugene Ansteatt Harris Behlert Charles Pigue Ray Stewart Homer Sel Man and Ann Groff. Your family bicycle Headquarters \ featuring . Duality bicycle expert repair service on All makes i0ntgomiry cycler 9572 Montgomery re. 793-3855 students elected to Buckeye state office three area students were elected to office at the a Silver anniversary session of Buckeye girls state sponsored by Ohio american legion auxiliaries. Nancy Ann mayans 6795 Marblehead dr., who was sponsored by Indian Hill Pat was elected assistant to the lieutenant governor. An Honor Roll student at Indian Hill figh festival speaker. Judge Lyle w. Castle will be guest speaker at the festival to be held at Madeira playground july 5, and the new City manager George babe will be introduced. The festival will feature games and contests with prizes refreshments and fireworks at 19 . A Parade starting at 9 30 a.m., at Madeira High school will officially open the festival. It will be Quot the biggest Ever held in Madeira Quot according to the american legion Post 412, sponsors. Robert Schnee chairman of the audit committee reports that the association started the year with a balance of $1,195.35 and finished the year with a balance of $1,815.44. The increase was credited to heavy membership support from residents of Kenwood. The group will not meet during july and August except in the Case of an emergency. Basketball clinic for youngsters youngsters in the pleasant Ridge area Are invited to attend a basketball clinic to be conducted by Tay Baker University of Cincinnati head basketball coach and basketball expert of the coca cola athletic Council. The clinic will be held tuesday july 27, and busses will pick up participating youngsters at Meas and a Ridge play Pound at 12 15. It is being sponsored jointly by the athletic Council and the Cincinnati recreation department. Youngsters will be taken to Belmont gym in College Hill for a three hour clinic. Besides basketball instruction Baker will conduct the annual free throw contest. Those who qualify in the individual clinic contests will be eligible to compete in the All Cincinnati free throw contest to be held at us july 28. Instructions in the clinic will be in three age groups 10-12, 13-15, and 16-18. The clinics will be held from 1 to 4 . Societies the dramatic club and the band. Debra Vernon 7218 Maryland ave., was elected county commissioner. A student at Deer Park High school she was sponsored by american legion auxiliary no. 630. She is a member of the Pep club chorus and department of performing arts at school and is a member of the choir and youth Fellowship of Silverwood presbyterian Church. Karen Ann Pohlman 4137 North ave., was elected to the Senate. Sponsored by the Leland Barnett auxiliary she is a student at Regina High school where she is a member of the Quot Hall of she is Active in a variety of clubs and groups including the mentally retarded and has obtained first honors for every Quarter of High school. Mrs. James Donahue 7442 Miami rd., a member of the Leland Barnett auxiliary served As a Counselor at Buckeye state. Milldale umber company lumber and plywood Cut to size Carpenter recommended for All Type of remodelling. A sos Blue Ash re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 ft88888888888s8s8888$8$88888$88t Madeira nurse with peace corps in Africa miss Nancy Henke daughter of or. And mrs. Robert Henke 7416 Juler ave., Madeira is serving with the peace corps in dire Dawa Ethiopia East Africa. She left for Addis a Baba last june after volunteering for two years of service with the peace corps. Miss Henke is a graduate of Madeira High school and the mercy Hospital school of nursing Hamilton Ohio. She served for three years in the emergency room of Cincinnati general Hospital. Since arriving in Africa she has visited a Leper Colony participated in the control of a cholera outbreak and had the pleasure of meeting and shaking hands with emperor Haile Selassie. During an easter vacation she toured Kenya and Nairobi. Her picture and comments on the peace corps appeared on the front Page of the ethiopian Herald. Nancy Henke p 6mv/oc Moi Oonk to Nam a Marianne san urls 4th grader at All Saint school wrote an essay about her dad. A a result her very proud papa will become Kenwood mail s father of the year at a 7 . Fountain Side ceremony tonight at Kenwood mall. Or. Schurig will receive four dinner free cleaning Candy cuff link shoes a Book desk organizer desk lighter a radio Golf balls shoe Shine kit Cologne wine wine coaster clothes brushes paint Over $s0 in gift certificates and the use of a new Camaro for one week. _ the gifts were donated by Arnold palmers Barriconi citizen s state Bank Dorl amp Fern fireside shops Firestone tire amp rubber Getz jewellers Graeter a Paul Harris. La Rue Lillian a Marmery a shoes. Marriott Mot shoppes maternity a iry Lester fabrics n a a a Melody shop. Nobil m o des mar Quot Neumark Roderick st. Nadler a National uniform shoes Paula shoes John s. Spencer if is size 5-7-9 shops Kenwood theatre shill to s. Super drugs Thrift Way travel King unique Basket Walden Book and Wilson paint. The judges came up with four additional entries they thought merited special recognition. So the Kenwood mall merchants Are awarding gift certificates to the following Quot honorable mention Quot entries Charles Zack father of Janet Lawrence c. Trame father of Peggy William rengering father of Theresa and John w. Stinson father of Beth. Come meet the father of Twe year. Join us in our a Small world Quot tonight at 7 . Auver Tiemen

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