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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - March 03, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioSuzu amp a �7 4415 Montgomery rd., Cincinnati o. 45212 Send All mail to Box 12010, Cincinnati Ohio 45212 Public tilted every wednesday amp a Cantu suburban newspapers inc. National newspaper Jim Iffla Rwy him ii Fnu Ujj hot sustaining subscript ien Rale by Mam a per year my Mbeni a 1sto. Single copy toe office hours 9 . To 4 . Monday thru Friday member National newspaper assn., suburban press accredited Home newspapers of America certified audit circulations Ohio newspapers assn., Buckeye press. News retail adv. 531 0234 classified 731-7170 Prter. Helen fix and Vertison director i. advertising representative. A a a t Wamar advertising representative. James Warar advertising representative mry a a h Woi promotion mgr amp asst. To the publisher. Emily Asbury Wolf advertising representatives Ohio newspaper services inc. 198 South High Street Columbus 43215. Ohioans newspaper representatives. 404 fifth Avenue new York 1001 a. _ . Grant company will relocate its corporate Headquarters in the fall of 1971 in the upper floors of the new 54-Story . Grant building currently under construction at one Astor Plaza times Square new York previous site of the historic hotel Astor. The towering 730-foot-High building soars above times Square and incorporates an eight Story Glass fronted Wing containing a 1,640 seat legitimate theater a motion picture theater and a roof top restaurant. Shop burglarized Frederick a style Arama 9885 Montgomery rd., Montgomery was burglarized Between Friday night and saturday morning. Bandits made off with two Bank envelopes containing a total of $111.50 in checks and Cash and $30 in Cash which was in an unlocked drawer. Northeast 2 suburban life wednesday March 3, 1971 life in to m suburban scene with Helen fix armed robbery a Lone Bandit held up Aaron Mooney manager of the Montgomery drive in theater Friday morning and made off with $850, which was in a Box in the Safe. He locked the manager in a closet. Mooney was released about 45 minutes later when a contractor came into the office. The Bandit wore a dark Blue ski mask with red trim police said. Let your Diamond go modern your diamonds will look lovelier and larger too in one of our n e w mountings. We Are remount specialists. All work done in our own shop. See our Large a selection of mountings also Loose diamonds of All sizes. Mountings from. $18.75 a lii a. As a lifts Vincent the great. Is the most appropriate Way to describe Vincent Price lecturer at the Montgomery woman s club town Hall series last week. A Man of Many accomplishments or. Price spoke on one of his varied interests. Contemporary Art. There have been Many Fine speakers during the years of the series but or. Price is at the top of our list. Charm and a Well organized persuasive commentary marked his preteen to Tion. He left us with a new insight into contemporary Art. Some comment a part is forever. Art is to know How to live. Art is a report of the time in which it is done and has been the Means by which Man learns about himself. We done to have to like it. But i make an Effort to find out what is being said about my he cited Andy Warhol Snow famous illustration of a Gigantic Campbell soup can As a commentary on life today by saying a a we live in a canned Frozen instant mix the talented actor concluded his presentation with a show stopping performance of a scene from Shakespeare a Romeo and Juliet. We Hope or. Price can be persuaded to make a return engagement one thing leads to another dept. Moat of the lecturers for the Montgomery woman a club town Hall series Appeal to both men and women. In fact most of the lecturers Are men and we have heard a Many men and working women say they wish at least one of the two performances could be scheduled at night. Perhaps the club could give this idea some thought. If the Kenwood theater where the lectures Are now scheduled were not available for a night performance perhaps the club could rent the Sycamore High auditorium which has a seating capacity of 850. A a the Power of the written word. Or people do care. When the second Baptist Church asked for assistance in publicizing its need for a sink for the Kitchen and a 30-gallon hot water Heater we obliged by printing the item in this column. Evidently the message reached the right people. This week we received a letter with the glad tidings that the Church now hat two Kitchen sinks plus a 40-gallon hot water Heater. The letter concludes Quot the people who called were kind and Northeast suburban life is pretty wonderful too. May god Blesa you a messages like that make it All worthwhile and Are one of the rewards of the business a a special Valentine. Parents of children in miss Marie Kennedy a first Grade class at Howard elementary school in Deer Park gave a very special Valentine remembrance. Instead of exchanging Valentine cards normally the usual custom the children brought contributions for the heart fund. A a a Rule is a Rule. Deer Park has a new fireman Joe Truesdell. Joe As All other new personnel in the department will be on probation for one year until he proves he a qualified to be a. Member of the department. We re sure hell make the Grade because As it. Truesdell he has had 15 years experience in firefighting in Amberley Village where the police fill the dual role of police and firemen a october in february. It seemed strange for Deer Park mayor George Neihaus to proclaim last thursday that halloween in 1971 will he celebrated in Deer Park on the real halloween the night of sunday oct. 31. His Honor designated the Date in compliance with a request from the Deer Park elementary Pat which urged that halloween in the entire Deer Park school District be celebrated on the same night. Sycamore township trustees have agreed to abide by Deer Parks decision. We re glad that a settled and a Hope the Hamilton county police Are Given information. Last year part of the confusion stemmed from the fact that the trustees set one Date and the county police were dispensing different information. Clothes spell scholarships. The major Money making project of the Eastern Hills women a club is the clothes closet located on Railroad ave. In Madeira. Proceeds from the project now in its seventh year Are used to Supply College scholarships to local students. Winter clothing values Are being featured now and beginning March 18, Spring and summer apparel will be for Sale. Mrs. John Klapproth chairman tells us that members Volunteer 30 years each year for prepared donated articles of menus women a and chime end a clothing for Sale. Clothing which Isnit sold does no to lie Idle. Its donated to Charity. Anyone with donations May Contact mrs. Klapproth. The cause is certainly a worthy ode. A a equal to the task. Mel Martin of Madeira is a Good Choice to head the Campaign for a Bond Issue and operating Levy in the Madeira school District. Mel lives in what was once Kenwood Columbia township and worked hard for annexation to Madeira. He is very optimistic and cites reasons Why school campaigns in Madeira have been successful 1 the needs have been factual and realistic 2 we have communicated these needs to the Madeira through a Quot grass roots movement which informs each citizen on a person to person basis and 3 the District residents have been most responsive to the this Isnit to say Mel can to use help. People wishing to Volunteer their services May Contact him through the Madeira school Board office 561-7054. Perpetual baseball. Our son reminds us of the hero of the Broadway my Sica a Damn yankees.,. �?�1 his wife was a baseball widow from april to october. At least there were a few months she did no to have to compete with baseball. Now comes a record Quot the big red machine a with highlights of last year s games. When we heard play by play descriptions of the reds games the other morning at 8 of clock we were slightly confused and chagrined until we Learned it was a record. The one saving Grace is that our based ill fan can listen to his favorite team Over a recently purchased head set. Which makes life easier for everyone especially where Rock music is concerned. Councilmen Ai Odds on improvements financing Madeira Council hires three policemen Warhime bookkeeper hiring of three policemen to bring the department to full strength and a part time bookkeeper was authorized by Madeira Council monday night the new patrolmen who fill vacancies created by two resignations and a retirement Are Dennis Ladrigan Timothy Nagel and Thomas Smith. Patrolmen Paul Arthur and James Swauger resigned to total of $2600. Accept positions with other heard a complaint from police departments and two Thomas or. Residents Captain Norwood Bowman about excessive water in Foy Johnston Kenwood Plaza a Billie Complete Home decorating a Art Supply Center latest fashion from fashion Mil glasses 125< iphone 791-77 a a ,7796 m0ntc0mery Road Corner of Kenwood amp Montgomery retired. Council hired Russel Brown former clerk of Columbia township As a their backyards after heavy Rains. Council explained that the problem could be braced Back to the Developer Par time bookkeeper at Alf and results from an annual salary of $750. In other action Council approved a Resolution to pay City employees 10 cents a mile plus parking when they use their own cars on official business. Announced that the total paid in wages to City employees last year was $158,802.46, while All elected officials received a unorthodox connection Between the Berwood or. Sewer and the Thomas or. Storm sewer. The Public works committee and the service director will see if any Steps can be taken Short of rebuilding the storm sewer to alleviate the situation. Heard a report from mayor Dan Mcdonald that he had talked with county Engineer Kent Rollins relative to the Ken Wood Euclid re. Intersection improvement and expects an. Answer soon. Stylists special 1/2 Price mon tuis. Amp wed. By Surg this and on All shamp00-sets amp cuts Willet Feu for appointment Forest my a my Nash ring 791-9932 Ara s fashion flair 9566 Kenwood re. To install. Judge Donald g. Montfort of Hamilton. County municipal. Court will in stall new officers of the Blue aah Republican club at 8 . Next wednesday in the first National Bank meeting room on Kenwood re. Judge Montfort will also be guest speaker and will discuss the successful prosecution of the Fairbanks a murder trial in which As an assistant prosecuting attorney he secured convictions for multiple slayings. In Philippines coast guard Petty officer 2/c Larry e. Hill son of mrs. Ramond Fritz 5623 Lester rd., is now serving at the . Coast guard air station at Sandiey Point Philippines. Judy s food Market we Are As near As your phone for delivery 791-8162 791-8165 791-7531 this and Good Thors. Thru sat. March 6, 1971 Boneless lean rolled pork pm roast a. Judy s sliced slab Bacon 59lb fresh Mett Yard 1104 sausage la no strings cuke s. 0q steaks 1 % homemade country sausage 69 la Thuringer sausage $,.09 Pepper loaf la flank $2q Steak 1 la Florida juice oranges 45 Doz. Large stalks celery 2 for 39 Green a onions Bunch Dairy it Rich 19t la. 10-oz. Jar nes a to Caie White Villa puss in boots tuna flavor. 1 ��?��ld2/25 White Villa applesauce l9.2soz.jar 29 Catsup . 2/49 orders Reci Eveo after 2 pm will be delivered the following Day Beer delivered by the Case same Low Price 7234 Ohio ave. Deer Park open Fri. Eves. Till 9 . Spring Early Bird Sale now step 1 Early Spring save 7.00 heritage Chouse covers 5,000 so. It. Rog. 18.95 step crabgrass control and Lawn fertilizer. Does 4 jobs at the same time 1. Contains Naar Mirada Daythal stops crabgrass Goose grass Foxtail and 24 other weeds before they Start. 2. Full feeds Lawn with balanced fertilizer. 3. Kills soil insects such As Beetle grubs and ants. 4. Revitalizes your Lawn with Iron and 6 additional Plant nutrients for extra greening. 6928 Plainfield 891 -1930 our 31 it year in Silver ton continued from Page i average of 10 percent each year. He explained the City Engineer said if the resurfacing program is continued for another year the streets will be in Fine condition. Quot this and sidewalk repairs is a capital improvement that has to be done. If we have to wait unto the end of the year this project will remain stagnant. This is above politics and i think the improvements should be made he pointed out that there was always the possibility that the note could be paid off before maturity if funds become available. Finances also played a role in a discussion initiated by councilman Leo Root on the need for another radar unit. The present unit has been out of service while it is being r e p a i re d. Root or b o estimated a new unit would Cost Between $1,000 and $1500, said the. Money is in the general fund and the unit would pay for itself in fines collected in mayors court. Mayor George Niehaus said he was concerned with the safety and welfare of the citizens of Deer Park and that the Revenue was secondary the matter was referred to the safety committee and Camp was asked to Check with Amberley police chief William Krueger about a new radar unit that Community is Wing on a trial basis. In other action Council set March 4 at 8 . For a special meeting to accept the Best bid and sell the Bonds to finance Purchase of fire equipment. Learned from Healy that negotiations with the service department Union Are at a standstill and the next move is up to the Union. Lawn food Lawn food 9= save 2.00 feeds 15,000 so. It. Reg. $12.95 develops a Lush Green Lawn. Specia 21-6-11 formula High Potash Content develops a Strong Root system keeps grass Greener longer also contains Iron and 5 additional Plant nutrients for extra greening. Long lasting. Non burning. 95 agricultural Lime sweeten your Lawn make your fertilizer More effective. 50 la. Bag _j3 peat pots .214&Quot round 25/59 100/52.00 3 a a round 25/98 i 00/53.50 fill these with a growing medium and seeds or bulbs. In Spring Plant pot and All outside. Potting soils of All kinds no Oamil of _ Sphagnum Moss 5 #25 Long fibres Sphagnum Moss Wise. Pride. O c Terra Lite Bushel. Re Adi Earth % Peck. Readi Earth 3 pecks. A a ,. Flower amp Send vegetable Racks Are full v seed amp bulb stailing tray use with peat pots Start seeds bulbs indoors Small l0. 1.41 t i Garden store �%9840 Montgomery re a a division of Thornton environmental industries it

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