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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - March 17, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioEditorials by it Ydo emt suburban 4415 Montgomery rd., Cincinnati o. 45212 Sand a mail to Box 12010. Cincinnati Ohio 45212 every wednesday by Clinti suburban newspapers inc. National newspaper Ihrl mjg a _ in nna sustaining t in nil subscription rate by mail a per year Membri a 1stu a. Copy 10c member National newspaper assn., suburban press foundation accredited Home newspapers of America certified audit of circulations Ohio newspapers assn., Buckeye press. Office hours news retail adv. 9 . To 4 . Monday thru Friday &j1-u4.j4 classified 731-7170 editor. Helen fix advertising of Rector. . Mitchusson advertising representative Dave Jones advertising representative James Waller advertising Jane Reddish publisher. John h. Wolf promotion mgr. A 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. A quips. And quibbles by Kathleen Nealy guest columnist we wish special top o the morning to a special irishman on st. Patrick a own Day John j. Nolan 6841 Ester is recuperating at Home following surgery at mercy Hospital recently. The Sharp Madeira attorneys worry of the week was whether he would have to observe the biggest Holiday of the year in the Hospital. What More can they offer Sycamore school District is offering Coffee and doughnuts and free babysitting saturday mar. 27, in an Effort to get residents to attend an Early a a superintendent a saturday report a at 9 . In the Sycamore High cafeteria. Call 791-4848 by thursday mar. 26, to make reservations for the event. It is just barely Spring but some solid citizens Are already thinking ahead to fall. Will your child have trouble adjusting to the routines of kindergarten in september if your answer is yes and you live in Deer Park you May solve the problem with some degree of ease. Deer Park Community schools and Deer Park elementary Pat Are cooperating to help these children with summer classes for six weeks beginning june 21. Call asat. Sup. Eugene Haughey 891-4200, if you think your child might Benefit. If they re not carefu1 Wros Gottig to have to go to College to learn How to a Leet Ner sign the University puts up. If you enter University of Cincinnati grounds and see a sign which has a White ecology Symbol Circle with a entered horizontal line on a Green background will you know you Are being ordered to a keep mkt the grass a tis rumoured that the next step is changing the Standard a a men and a a women signs to medical symbols for mate and female. Help Ray Williams inc., 7813 Remington rd., has won recognition As a Trane Merit award Winner. The Merit award is presented annually to a select group of Trane dealers. 1 Michael Thompson 6846 red Bank rd., Holder of a general motors scholarship at us was honoured at a Campus luncheon. Thompson is a senior in the Mcmicken College of arts and science. A Bob less al Madeira High school senior and Charles Buchy Madeira High teacher were do not be misled the Quality diamonds we sell cannot be found in discount houses priced from $99 50 we do not sell cheap diamonds. Compare our prices and Quality of stones you will find our diamonds Are less expensive than so called discount diamonds. New hours. Mon. Tues. Fri. 9 a til 6 wed. 9 til 1 thurs. 9 til 8 30 sat. 9 til 5 30 a Init Obholz a a 6928 Plainfield 891 1930 our 31st year in Silverton in t the girl you intend to marry Worth More than a discount Diamond Shelly Marion s. Kjellenberg or a a Shelly As he was known to admirers and detractors alike was in every sense of the word a rugged individualist. He was dedicated to his family his profession and his Community the Village of Montgomery for it was a Village during his 23 years As publisher of the by Castore messenger. His positions on issues and personalities As expressed in the messenger were often unpopular and incurred the Wrath of Many. But Shelly believed in the causes he espoused and had the courage to say so in print for standing up and being counted he earned the respect of even those who disagreed with him. His personality was Best reflected in his column a spotlight by Hilfred a perhaps the most read piece in the messenger. He was described once admiringly As a an old Bird in other words he could smell out a Story often ahead of his Competition. There was precious Little that escaped his knowledge. Shelly devoted countless hours to civic affairs in his Home town of Montgomery and in the past few years spent much of his time and Energy assisting in numerous ways the negro Community in Blue Ash through the Hazelwood civic association and the Hazelwood improvement corporation. He could be charming and engaging or a tireless critic depending on what he Felt the situation called for. Shelly was never Content to stand on the sidelines and watch. He wanted to be and was a part of the action and he made certain the causes in which he believed were brought to the attention of the Public through his newspaper. In his death we have lost a Good Friend and the newspaper profession has lost a rare Breed. A Man who expressed his convictions in his own inimitable style and who fought for what he believed regardless of How Many toes might be stepped on in the process. Selected by Cincinnati Bell to visit the Bell Telephone laboratories in Murray Hill n.j., feb. 9. Robert r. Hoffman 8109 Fontaine ct., and Elizabeth j. Kilduff 3 7 66 Mcnicholas psychology students at the University of Cincinnati will participate in the annual meeting of the Southern society for philosophy apr. 8-9, at the University of Georgia Athens. Northeast 2-a suburban life wednesday March 17, 1971 Madeira buys police cruisers letters change Street name to Honor Shelly my dear mayor Novak Marion s. Kjellenberg died this week. Shelly was a Man whose sincere interest in the welfare and Progress of the Village of m Ontgomery seemed second to none. Granted he was on occasions controversial. He was a Man of principles and steadfastly he stood in behalf of those principles. Certainly his Sycamore messenger has Long been and still is an integral part of Montgomery. Shelly has travelled on. He will not be soon forgotten by those of us who knew him but to help perpetuate his memory in the Village he loved who done to you and Council consider changing the name of West Street to Shelly Way i am sure that he would Tike that. Cincinnati this you will recall after Art Mehring died. J. L. Wyler oxygen administered Angela Goolsby 50, 944 Morris st., was stricken at 35 50 Galbraith rd., Amberley Village Friday and was administered oxygen by the Deer Park life squad. She was taken to st. Mary Hospital. Odd Chaikind 9 a a until the i6th Century is a a Vanilla was used Only f As a Medicine. A a today. A College education is the greatest gift you can give your child save to educate your children. Educate your children to save. The High profit a Blue Ash Way. Where passbook savers earn a full 5% per year we Blue Ash Guj Juji a building amp loan Tes i compan Kenwood and Coop ltd roads 1 pour 7011870 Blue Ash policewoman Esther Kidder Nad Verdell Hunter Community aide Are doing their bit to make Silverton Beautiful. They Are conducting a six weeks Charm and Beauty course for girls nine to 14 years of age. Silverton juvenile oriented Community service is sponsoring the exciting program. Mrs. Arthur Howard of Kenwood sent life a polite Little note to inform us that according to the official record Book Peggy Howard of Summit country Day school was High scorer in the made Ira Summit basketball games. Life had named Nancy Burns High scorer but we merely followed the record sent to us mrs. Howard. We be glad to congratulate Peggy however. She scored a whopping 21 Points o a Bob Knapp 8230 Hopewell rd., brought a Quail to a meeting of the children of the american revolution it. Washington society. Said Quail proved to be the topic of discussion. An artificial kidney on loan to the kidney foundation Here will be exhibited Friday on Fountain Square Plaza. The kidney and its lifesaving properties will be explained by a representative of the travel nol laboratories of Morton Grove iii. All questions will be answered and donor cards and literature will tap available. Primary Grade pupils of the Miami Hills and Camargo elementary schools in Madeira will be Able to perform the traditional feats of daring on custom made playground equipment this summer. An original playground Structure designed by Mark e. Brunner Ocas student is being erected at both schools by Ocas students. Boy scout troop 674, Church of the Saviour Montgomery is engaged in an ambitious highly practical project Canoe construction. Under the direction of scout master Walt Macaulay me boys gather each saturday morning in the municipal garage to build fibreglass canoes. Six of the boats have been completed and another six Are planned. A sing for your supper or for any other reason you might care to join the specs qua society for the preservation and encouragement of Barber shop quartet singing in America inc. That a a title you warble the organization holds a rehearsals every monday night at 8 . In the pleasant Ridge Towne Hall 6070 Montgomery rd., and will Welcome any Man who loves to sing. Call Dick Stuart 683-3713, if you enjoy that old time singing. Antique Coin collectors can. Have their coins and save them too next week tri state savings 9689 Montgomery rd., is offering antique coins to depositors of $500 during the firms grand opening ceremonies in. The new office. William Martin is manager of Montgomery a newest banking asset. At its meeting this week Madeira City Council awarded contracts to Kenwood Chrysler Plymouth for two new police cruisers. The City has purchased two cruisers within the past two months. The Council passed an ordinance making it possible to hire a part time bookkeeper. H. Russell Brown former mayor and clerk of Madeira was appointed to that position. There was a final Reading of the ordinance to Amend zone changing on Charles st. From business to manufacturing. This is being done to facilitate the eventual vacation of Charles st., where the custom Pak co. Has purchased All properties and expects to expand its facilities. Allen m. Reed chairman of the Public works committee recommended to Council that Hosbrook re. From Euclid to the Hosbrook Manor apartments be improved. The plan is to install a three foot wide berm on the Side of the Road. The of education will coopera<1 request by building a Walkway from Hosbrook to the school property. It is estimated that the improvement will Cost approximately $2200 to $2800. The streets safety committee How they chairman Carl f. Thornton project. Reported that the state has Given permission for the erection of a traffic signal at Montgomery and Hosbrook a Point at which numerous accidents have occurred. Mayer . Mcdonald reported that building permits for 1970 indicated that $968,228 of improvements had been made on Madeira properties. Court receipts for the month of february totalled $1823. Service department Foreman Richard Buescher reported that Walkway signs and crosswalks have been rehabilitated. He also informed the Council that Street striping bids have been received and that work should Start in the near future. Carl Schneider chairman of planning zoning and research discussed a letter from . Amp e. Asking councils permission to change Street lights on Burwood and Jeteve its. From 250 0 Lumen incandescent to 7000 Lumen Mercury vapor. Or. Schneider suggested that the be denied w a Lite with City policy to continue Low voltage except where needed in High risk areas. Or. Reed suggested that Ujj. Amp e. Poll residents of involved to see feel about the Judy s food Market w e a re As near As Lour phone for delivery 791-8162 791-8165 791-75?1 this and Good thurs. Thru sat. In March 20, 1971 whole or Cut up fresh dressed frying. Chickens 39 b genuine baby beef liver 69lb lean Boneless beef pot Roost 5 1 a 1 0 la. Judy s sliced slab Bacon 59lb dutch loaf Leona 7qc or # la. Spiced Nam spare ribs 69c la. Nabisco crackers or 2�? 1-lb. Boxes 59i Vanilla wafers Start Orange drink 4 cans 98c free 1-serving Pitcher if Peanut tac butter 79 giant 28-oz. Jar Kraft s salad dressing Goldin u get 1 free Caesar 49< cr1sc0 3 la. Can 79 with $5.00 order strongheart hog food 3 cans 25 rid spuds 10 lbs. 65c bananas m. M 3h3j it 0c la. Carrots 10 Bunch orders relieved after 2 pm will be delivered the following Day Beer delivered by the Case same Low Price 7234 Ohio Avi. Deer Park open Fri. Ives. Till 9 pah. Juveniles arrested Silverton police arrested two juveniles mar. 9, for the Possession of narcotics. They were referred to juvenile court. Imhoff named Steven b. Imhoff 7889 wild Orchard l e Montgomery has been named to the Miami University chapter of Phi Eta Sigma National Honor society for freshman scholarship. Automobile looted a stereo deck and . Radio valued at $120 was stolen from the car of Fred Leymann 4167 Glen Way ave last wednesday while parked in his driveway. Equipment taken recording equipment valued at $300 was stolen from the automobile of Edward s. Payne 8390 Kenwood rd., last saturday while the car was parked on Schenck ave. Payne reported to Deer Park police that a Sears Roebuck deck two speakers and 15 tapes were taken. Hospitalized John Wood 93, 4049 of Leary ave., was taken to Christ Hospital sunday by the Deer Park life squad suffering from a possible stroke. Found unconscious Charles l. Dooin 57, 7806 Plainfield rd., was found unconscious on the floor of his bedroom saturday and was taken to deaconess Hospital by the Deer Park life squad. On Deans list Andrew m. Mustaine and Thomas f. Niehaus 1970 graduates of Madeira High school have been named on the freshman Deans Honor list at the University of Cincinnati College of engineering for High academic achievement. Spring sales a now step 1 Early Spring save 7.00 covers 5,000 so. It. Reg. 18.95 11 95 cra Grau control and Lawn fertilizer. Does 4 jobs at the same time 1. Contains near Miracle 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. Lawn food save 2.00 feeds 15,000 so. It. Reg. $12.95 10 95 develops a Lush Green Lawn. Special 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 tasting non Burnog. Agricultural a c ran Lime sweeten your Lawn make your fertilizer More effective. 50 la. Bag j pd9 fill these with seeds or bulbs All outside. Peat pots 2j4 round 25/59 100/52.00 3�?oround 25/98 100/53.50 a growing medium and in Spring Plant pot and new shipments of a plants a shrubs a roses Artl Vinc every do Sprinc special 50 lbs. Cow Manur 98 1 to Garden store 9840 Montgomery re a a division of Thornton environmental industries

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