Northeast Suburban Life in Cincinnati, Ohio
3 Mar 1971

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3 Mar 1971

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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - March 03, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohio historical society 1982 Velma 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 High Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights subvert on Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity sharing a private moment together Are mrs. Betty Bright Kennedy Heights Nursery school head teacher and four year old Tracey Bowman. Two friends of the children a lion and a Kitten watch quietly Over their shoulders. Of Nursery school Parent involvement 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio. Wednesday March 3,1971 display ads and news classified aos. S3 1 0234 731-7170 volume in no. 30 in Blue Ash revised zoning measure approved is unique feature Oki favors Park land acquisition Parana Mienl Immons in Ano of Foo Mao Lin Imio. A a Parent involvement is one of the most unique features of the Kennedy Heights cooperative Nursery school now in its fifth year of operation. Mrs. Cecelia Holm school president stressed that parents assume the responsibility of assisting in class on a rotating basis As Well As attending Parent meetings being responsible for the classroom and its equipment and working for individual differences. Hie teacher mrs. Betty Bright has introduced Many Montessori techniques resulting in a child entered program where each Young person is allowed to Progress according to his own needs. This year for the first time a regular part of the program has been use of the distal language arts program which increases language skills and leads to Reading for those who show readiness to do so. Body management and Montessori math and language arts materials Are also part of the program. Originally begun As the Effort of a Small group of determined mothers the school now boasts three classes and a total of 45 students and meets in the Kennedy Heights presbyterian Church. On special projects. Serving with mrs. Holm As officers Are mines. Gail Reinhardt vice pres. Sue Kitchen Sec. And a Barbara Kreinbrink Trees. The school is now accepting applications for the 1971-�?T7 2 school year. Hie Cost is $11 a month for two Days a week and $16.50 for three Days a week. Children who. Will he three by sept. 30 axe eligible for the tuesday thursday morning class while the monday wednesday Friday morning class is for those who. Will he four by that Date. Further information and application Blanks May be obtained by phoning mrs. Reinhardt at ri-169s. The school seeks to provide learning experiences for the children with an emphasis on gaining self Confidence and respect chairman., suggested the issuance of Council manic Bonds if necessary since no Money has been appropriated in 1971 for these improvements. Councilman William Kleiman in a statement representing the minority Republican opinion said a we have unanimously voted this year to again continue the sidewalk program., As. Long As it can be financed in this years budget. We Are also in favor of extending this program to other areas if sufficient funds can be special Williamson five in on i Quot Pius two before you consider purchasing your five in one May we suggest our special Williamson "5-1n-1-plus it s the famous five in one with two More plus features directed toward your total Home Comfort and Quot at no additional charge in just another reason we have successfully served the Northeast area for 40 Yean. Also take advantage of current pricing on Central air conditioning furnaces electronic. Air cleaners and humidifiers before the Price increase. For a custom engineered installation and service after the Sale Call us. Total environmental control is our business not just a Side line Ray Wiliams inc 791-7227 7813 Sycamore monto., Ohio 45242 with stamina dedication Trees transformed into sculpture by talents of Silverton artist in Deler Park councilmen at Odds on improvements financing a controversy Over financing of sidewalk repairs and Street resurfacing in deer1 Park highlighted the Council meeting thursday night. Some 10,000 Lineal feet of streets need resurfacing and 300 blocks of sidewalk Are considered dangerous and Are in need of repair. At the previous meeting councilman Joseph Kamp Public works committee found. The same holds True for Street resurfacing programs if we can find More Money than is now budgeted for this a the Republican m e m b Era o f Council however cannot support any plan of deficit financing such As Council manic Bonds or notes., which would place the obligation of repayment upon subsequent in. Reply presiden of Council Francis Healy relinquished the chair and pointed out that costs of repairs increase on the continued on Page 2 by Helen fix Talent which manifested itself at the age of four in a drawing on a Brown paper sack has Nylon Myers of Silverton into a career As an Industrial designer and an avocation As a sculptor. But Myers maintains his vocation and avocation Are interrelated. A you can to separate one from the other. Sculpturing is a Basic part of Industrial and he Speaks with authority for he has been an Illustrator and. Designer for Keco industries where he is of the Art department since 1963. Prior to that he was associated with the a co Crosley corp. As an Illustrator of designs and technical brochures and later with Hennegan co., lithographers where he designed Block lettering. A part is a business. I make a my living from it a off the Job he spends 24 to 34 hours a week sculpturing in Wood his favorite medium. Twelve hours each on saturday and sunday Are spent in his basement workshop. But his wife Arvilla has no complaints because she knows How important creative work is to her husband. So he can enjoy the fruits of his labor Nylon has added to his Home at 6709 Sampson le., a room which will be his own private gallery. In fact two interesting pieces one depicting in Cherry skaters in motion and. The other two figures in fruit Wood Are displayed in the new room on stands designed and. Constructed by the artist. The so u 1 p tor designers a interest in Art flourished and was encouraged in elementary school in suffers nose bleed Grace Bates 52, 9008 Nylon Myers whose work is on exhibit at the main Public Library sculptures a piece a the masculine swine.,&Quot Cincinnati. A at Sands school a special teacher was sent in to teach the talented Art students. It was from her i Learned the Wisdom of keeping a sketch Book for reference. I still follow this practice and. It pays at Central High now courier techie continued his interest in Art and designed the theme and created the cartoons illustrating the yearbook a the in recognition of his artistic accomplishments he was inducted into Quill and scroll the honorary High school journalism society. Encouraged by his teachers to continue his studies in Art he attended Kentucky state College where he studied Industrial arts. His education was interrupted by a four year hitch in the Navy during the time of the korean War. He served aboard the heavy Cruiser uss Macon with the sixth Fleet. In the meantime he had married Arvilla a native of Louisville. After discharge from the continued on Page 3 Eldora ave., suffered a nose bleed feb 25, and was taken to Bethesda North by the Deer Park life squad. Or. Carl Newbern Heads credit Union or. Cari Newbern 3815 Woodford rd., Kennedy Heights was elected president of the Ken is i credit Union at the organizational meeting last week. A member of the Kennedy Heights Community Council or. Newbern promoted the idea of a credit Union which will serve not Only Kennedy Heights but the adjacent communities of Silverton and pleasant Ridge. He was also the founder of the Ken sil athletic Assn. Other officers elected include Ulysses Rhea 1st vice Pees. Francis Sillett treas. Mrs. Joyce Hibbard Sec. And Hoard members William Humphrey Melvin Gault and George Rowe. Named to the credit committee were mrs. Shirley Johnson John Butrovich and Fred Hoefle. Or. Newbern explained that the credit Union will be Able to Low Cost Loans and education in consumer economics. Grand larceny Ted pos Iva i 6843 Plainfield rd., Silverton told police sunday that someone stole an. Electronic tachometer valued at $75 from his car. Win toll awarded for Savins life or o j a former Blue Ash youth was awarded sunday in absent a the certificate of Merit the highest award of the american red Cross. A a win toll son of or. And mrs. Edwin toll formerly of Ken Ridge dr., Blue Ash received the award for saving the life of a Young Mother at sea. Ranch Beach near _ it. Lauderdale where the tolls Are now living. He applied Mouth to Mouth resuscitation which he Learned while at Myca Camp Kern in Dayton. Jack Singerman head of the Camp accepted the award for win. The presentation was made at the hotel Sheraton Gibson during the red Cross water safety conference. Win attended Sycamore High school was. A member of the Montgomery swim club team and the american athletic Union team. He won recognition in breast stroke events. In it. Lauderdale he plays basketball at Pinecrest High in it. Lauderdale and is playing in the District tournament. His father is on an 18 month leave of absence from general electric for the purpose of graduate study. A revised comprehensive zoning ordinance was adopted by Blue Ash Council thursday but not until after a complaint had been recorded against an area newly designated As Industrial. A Public hearing on the ordinance was held at a special Council meeting feb. 4 at which time complaints were heard but the legislation was unchanged from its original form. The complainant thursday was Robert Stevens 491.6 Cooper re. Who stated that the updated master plan had rezoned his property and that of Joseph c. Ewald 4910 Cooper rd., and Frank Simms 4906 Cooper re. Solicitor Robert t. Mcconnaughy advised Stevens who said he also was representing the other two property owners that by registering a complaint he created an opening for Council to revert the area to its original status of residential. Property at 9407 Kenwood re. Also was alleged to have been zoned in error from commercial to Industrial. This complaint having been registered can also be corrected without a hearing. Mrs. William Barker 4938 Cooper rd., questioned. S Council As to whose responsibility it is to Correct and repair flaws in the sidewalks in front of her also other residents on Cooper re. She said because of the condition of the Cement walk a youngster was injured and wanted to know who was liable for damages caused by these practically new sidewalks. Mrs. Barker added that residents along Cooper re. Still Are being assessed for Street lights and she suggested that the City take Over these payments now that they Are a financially capable to do mayor Charles Proctor said that Council would take the responsibility for the sidewalk repairs and turned the Light assessment request Over to the finance committee for study. Lee Gordon of the Home improvement co., 9456 Kenwood rd., requested permission to Asphalt a space in front of their building Large enough Park three automobiles. The planning and zoning committee is studying this request. Council approved a. Resolution that objected to issuing i d-5 liquor permit to Theodore Christopulos 9565 Kenwood re. The reasons were that it is within 500 feet of a school and there Are not enough parking spaces. Phillips excavating co. Presented the Low bid for the area a a he sewer project. Their bid was for $346,069.00, lower than the engineering estimate of $353,159.00. The closest bid to Phillips was one for $361,501.00. City manager George Wilson jr., announced that the Reed Hartman Highway project which will run from. Cooper re. To Cross county Highway has been approved by the state and is awaiting clearance from the consultant committee. Oki has Given its approval for Blue Ash to acquire property for a Park in. Hazelwood Wilson said. A 50 percent Grant for this project still must be approved by the Ohio department of natural resources. Payroll tax collections to Date were $132,218.88. Mayors court report for january showed 216 cases disposed of netting $4,800. A special Council meeting will be March. 4 in the City building at 8 . Held a Friend in deed mrs. Joseph h. Deutsch was at a loss. Her want and in local dailies to sell old books had gone unnoticed. Then a Friend told her about Csini classifieds. Result mrs. Deutsch sold the books to the first caller the first Day and a is thrilled no for prompt action dial 731-7170, the Friendly number. Or. Michael j. Voris 64 a a Ridge , instructor in history at the us Raymond Walters general and technical College has been selected by the Cincinnati bar association to write an article on Early lawyers in Southern Ohio it Voris is a lawyer. The article will appear in a Book issued by the bar in Observance of its Centennial in 1972. Mrs. Dolly Toler 3978 Hemphill Way Deer Park has been installed As president of the Norwood business and professional women a club. She is employed As head accountant at the . Zumbiel co., 2339 Harris ave. A a Janet Chaney hair stylist has rejoined the staff of Shirly Kay Beauty Salon in Dillonvale shopping Center. H amp s supermarket Kenwood rd., Blue aah is offering a rare treat to seafood devotees. Jean Lawrence tells us he has a limited shipment of Maine lobsters in addition to his wide variety of other seafood. Just in time for Spring fashion fabrics 9901 Montgomery re. In Montgomery Square shopping Center is featuring a Sale Thia week of in fashion fabrics. Manager Bob cur Lesman emphasized the store offers Low prices and fast service on Quantity orders for choir Robes school play costumes wedding attire Etc. For details refer to the and in this Issue. Mickey Fleming co editor of the Walnut Hills Chater Box and Cindy Skurow news editor of the Woodward bulldog barks will be among the guest editors appearing on editors notebook on Wacky sunday from 5 05 to 6 . Don Herman Wacky director of Public affairs will moderate. Congratulations to Wally Mersch who bowled a perfect 300 last week at strikes and spares lanes in Deer Park. Some folks were surprised last week when they called the Balkan House restaurant 8032 Blue Ash re. Deer Park and heard a Deer Park policeman answer. The representative who made up the and took the phone number from the Moat recent Balkan House and in suburban life. That Story happened to be one in which the proprietors Tudor and Teddy Stoini were offering a Reward for information leading to arrest of people who burglarized the restaurant. We re sorry for any inconvenience. The Correct Balkan House phone number is 793-3434. A Jayne Spain president of Alvey Ferguson co., and. Indian Hill resident was interviewed monday on no cd a today show. Mrs. Spain discussed rehabilitation of the handicapped. New open House Date the open House for prospective students and parents at Shroder Junior High school has been changed from Friday March 12 to monday March 15 at 7 30 . In the. School auditorium. Riess1nger shoe service shoe Refair a phone better any where Quot Dillon Vals shopping. Cantar Unm Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping am 7b1-ss04-8s1-c154-1s1-s203 Midale Lumbe r and plywood Cut to size for Ping Pong Tablas a bark at Ball backboards a train tables. A a of Blua Ash re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 g i mar rom a la a if Quot Quot a a i by in a not Hara this weak i m comparing shopping cantors in Spain and North Africa with the a Kan Wood mall. My imagination has been running wild will there by a Lillian a a Martins or a Gatz jewelry in Malaga or a Baker Quot shoes Spancer gifts or Paul Harris in torrent Oil nos a Graster a Wilson faint or s-7-9 shop in Mia Batla surely ril find an Arnold fainter Ory cleaner a Roderick st. Johns or Wadlar s in Seville will there be a Thrift Way super and unique Basket in the air conditioned Comfort of the Kasbah and a la tue 6_ Marriott and shall Leto a will Tom Behrans have a Branch of citizens state Bank should i look for a wig and you in Madrid or Hopo for a Dolly Madison Beauty shop if i can to find my Way Home will travel King be Fust around the Corner for the answer to these vital questions tune in next week. Hasta la Vestal a . Meanwhile Back at the ranch shall Leto s Masting room baby sitting classes every monday thru March 22, 4 to s 30 . And girl scout Good grooming program two it classes 4 to s 30 and a to 7 30, March it. W &julfljuuuuuuul8j paid advertisement a i

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