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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - March 24, 1971, Cincinnati, Ohio% a pfc 4415 Montgomery rd., Cincinnati o. 45212 Send at mail to Box 12010, Cincinnati Ohio 45212 pubic did every wednesday by cd flt. Suburban newspaper inc. National newspaper it mute in Mana sustaining my Mir a 1970 if fail a i a b subscription rate by mail s6 per year Sinette copy 10c member National newspaper assn., suburban press foundation accredited Horne newspapers of America certified audit of. Circulations Ohio newspapers assn., Buckeye press. Office hours 9 . To 4 . Monday thru Friday editor. Advertising director advertising representative. Advertising representative. Advertising representative. Publisher. Promotion mgr. A asst. To the publisher advertising representatives inc., 198 South High Street Columbus 43215. Of to and american newspaper representatives 404 fifth Avenue new York 10018. News retail adv. 531 0234 a classified 731-7170helen fix .�.r.k. Mitchusson. Dave Jones. James wat lar. Mary Jane Reddish John h. Wolf Emily Asfoury Wolf Ohio newspaper services trip ticks leisurely Lexington by Charlotte Shockley its the easiest Jaunt in the world to Fayette county and Lexington the rolling Field Center of that Lush Kentucky Bluegrass. And what better time to take it than just before or during the april 3-23 Kee Neland thoroughbred meet when the Community and the horse farms Are buzzing with seasonal Spring activity. Bed Board and Broadway take your pick of a Bevy of hostelries All jostling for tourist attention each with jts special decor dining delectable and varying Price tags for bed and Board. We usually Nestle Between Campbell House sheets after a visit to the charming eateries and gift counter where we once acquired a mint Julep Dangle for our Charm Bracelet. Sometimes we take a wander to the front porch and scan the License plates for out of town cars. Its like counting White horses. Or we might Glide Over to Winchester via 1-64 for dinner and a stimulating Broadway show at the rustic barn dinner theatre. Its Wise to Call ahead. We be also enjoyed operetta performances at ukr Seguignol theatre. Morning meander we leap from bed at the crack and Start poking around up and Down Broadway past the tobacco warehouses the Lovely old mansions the Mellow chamber of Commerce building pausing at the Southern railway station where we once trained in for a convention and stayed at the Lafayette hotel and met Jesse Stuart. There a the red mile the worlds fastest harness track with the Standar bred museum of memories packed with old carriages sleighs and harness equipment. And look at Transylvania chartered in 1780, making it the oldest College West of the alleghenies. Henry Clay taught i jaw school there and Jefferson Davis carried his books on that Lawn. Straight and tall pilgrimage bound now for the Man of War statue on Newtown Pike. How straight and tall stands the noblest horse once owned by mrs. August Belmont Grande Dame of the metropolitan opera Guild. On to Ashland and Hopemont Homes reviving Lexington a adventurous past. Henry Clay lived in the 20-room downtown Ashland with its Lovely Garden utilitarian smoke and ice houses and the colourful Carriage House our plate of the a great compromised a so Home rests gracefully in grandmothers China closet. Thunderbolt the exquisite Hopemont at second and Mill sts., was built in 1814 by Kentucky a first millionaire John Wesley Hunt the a Thunderbolt of the confederacy general John Hunt Morgan also lived there gallantly during pre civil War years. So much else there is hardly time to take in ukr a new Multi million Dollar medical Center and the Headley jewel museum on the old Frankfurt Pike but more1 of that in a later trip tick. Then its off to the races if they re running or on to a tour of the horse farms which we do on our own with a map of the Region. We always enjoy nuzzling the muzzle of Nashua or Cal meting with Tim Tam. The Over 300 farms concentrated in a 35-mile radius of Lexington Are All lavishly developed for the Breeding raising and training of thoroughbreds and Saddle horses. We love the names on the longtime Darby Dan farm roster behave yourself bubbling Over brokers tip and Burgos King the last one sounding like a Short order drive in. Mountain music there is just time to pick up a stereo of Kentucky son bag an album of ballads and folksong which catch the flavor of the history and the heartbeat of the warmly hospitable Southern town which manages to Combine White fenced verdure with a prosperous business Community. And done to dare leave town without a purse emptying visit to one of the cozy antique a a shoppes tucked casually Between mansion and warehouse. Irith Toledo rockets i al i ers Quot we wish to w commend you dear editor please accept the thanks appreciation and congratulations of the kiwanis club of Silverton for your coverage of Council meetings and All events of a civic nature which take place in the City of Silverton. Especially do we wish to commend you for the honest forthright and truthful reporting of those event Quot to the Reading Public by dissemination through your news Media. It is sincerely hoped by All that you will continue your coverage of All of these events and that you will continue to report them in your inimitable manner. Respectfully Harold a Davis president Knothole tryouts at Deer Park Sycamore Deer Park Jaycees class b Knothole team will hold tryouts saturday at 10 ., at Deer Park Layfield Diamond 2. Paul of Shea is manager. Any boy 12 or 13, who will not become 14 until sept. 1, or after is eligible. Anyone interested but unable to attend is asked to Call Bob Kuck 791-4047. Falls Down Steps Dorothy c. Stoll 55, fell Down the Steps in her Home 7138 Virginia ave., mar. 16, and suffered bruises on her shoulders and body. She was taken to mercy Hospital life 041 it suburban with Heien fix by Kathleen Healy guest columnist _ National acclaim has been won by the senior i group of the Silverwood presbyterian Church. In its april Issue a a seventeen Magazine is carrying a feature about the work the local teens did in Tama la., Iasi summer. About 30 of the teenagers spent the summer working with the sack Fox indians members of the Mes quake tribes mrs. Robert c. Davis 3911 Tramore dr., Dillonvale advisor to the senior i group appeared on the Rosemary Kelly to show last week and praised the teens skyward. A student organization voices in vital America Vivas attempting to create a level of personal involvement with prisoners of War. The organization is distributing a pow Bracelet engraved with the name of a pow or a Man missing in action in Southeast Asia and the Date he was lost. It is to he worn with the vow that it not he removed until the Day that the red Cross is allowed into Hanoi to assure his family of his status and that he receives the humane treatment due All men. Bracelets can be obtained from Viva 1211 Westwood blvd., los Angeles Calif 90024. More than 1500 men Are either missing or held in Southeast Asia Ohio state Board of education has set a deadline september 1974�?for ending temporary certification of teachers. It is expected that the new requirement will achieve a More optimistic potential toward reducing the number of non Standard certificates in Ohio schools than had been thought possible a few years ago. Congratulations to . The strange looking building to be constructed at the we. H. Zimmer nuclear Power station near Moscow ohm will do much to prevent. Pollution of our Beautiful Ohio River. Even though the Cooling Tower will add several millions of dollars of Cost the Gas company is building the Tower to Cool the 130-140 water before it goes into the River. The hot water would stimulate fungus growth. A note from congressman William Keatings Washington office informs ohioans that the House judiciary committee of which he is a member has taken the necessary action to prepare the Way to lowering the voting age to 18 for All elections. Now the measure goes before the full House. With Tongue in a Cheek filled with some bitterness the pleasant Ridge Community Council found a Way to express sympathy with its neighbouring Kennedy Heights Community Council. The pros news Sheet carried the following resume of a new game for people to play a a monopoly an old Standard two players. Player i buys up vacant land and plans an enormous apartment Complex one Complex to House 500 units the other 120 units. Trick is to get the Hamilton county commissioners to approve necessary zone change. Build. Of course player i must out Man Euver player ii Khuc to pass go and collect his $200 plus zeroes. Game is played Only on game Board cannot be played without Heartbreak in real life. Incidentally player i must Only collect rent on his property. He must live on expensive property Uptown and go on Geronimo if your child goes to Amity school in Deer Park you might become accustomed to that cry. The physical education program at Amity includes a new phase called Parachute play making use of a surplus military Parachute. Parachute play is an Aid to improvement of rhythm and muscular development in children. Them Are various routines that can be d sed As the class forms umbrellas mountains and mushrooms in rhythmic motion. Northeast 2-a suburban life wednesday. March 24. 1971 of amp vew brighten someone s Day with a gift of Beautiful Flowers. A anniversaries b weddings # birthdays Etc. We deliver 891-1040 i. Binkin h. Greenhouse �000 Plainfield re. Deer Park High schools a a it a academic team has reached the finals in this seasons contest. Team members Are Hal Weintrub Captain and Greg Bachman and Neal Glueck. Alternates Are Jeff Altherr John Bools and John Gilmore. Team statistician is Zackerman and faculty advisor is mrs. Dianne Schobel. A we re eager to read a new novel a meeting the Bear a written by Lloyd Zimpel and published next month. The Book makes Cincinnati a Battleground of City warfare prior to a mythical election in the near future. Raymond Walters College was named for the former u n i Versi to president honoured in a new Book a the enrolment explosion written by Garland g. Parker vice Provost. The Book praises president Walters As a a Pioneer enrolment ten Moeller High school football players have been awarded full scholarships to universities. Seems brains go with the brawn at Moeller life area football scholars Are Dave Schwarber 4328 Williams Blue Ash to notre Dame Mark amorim 3888 mantel dillo Valeto the University of Dayton and Ralph Schneider 3727 Matson ave. Deer Park to Miami University. A we be talked about Barbershop singing. Now comes jewish singing a new sounds in Judaism is a program to be held sunday april 4, at 8 30 . At the jewish Community Center in Roselawn. The musical show promises to depict new developments in Folk Rock settings of hebrew texts reminiscences of Broadway and the latest music from Israel. Tickets May be purchased at the door and there is a special rate for students. Feuer pharmacy Ridge at Montgomery is expanding its space and into products. Feuer plans to add party supplies and toys to the inventory and is enlarging the shop. Norbert c. Mahlman Hamilton county Spca manager advises parents and relatives of Small children to substitute stuffed animals for live Chicks ducks and rabbits As easter presents. Young fowl need special care and a constant food Supply and p a r t i c u 1 a r pen a n. D temperature accommodations. Also children a enthusiastic affection often in injuries to the results pets. Moeller High school will compete against Princeton and Highland High schools on the a a it a academic a program sunday at 5 . On wow to the program is sponsored by Cincinnati Gas amp electric and Union Light heat and Power company. Archbishop alter g o 1 d e n w e d d i n g anniversary awards will be Given to couples celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary during 1971 at a special mass in st. Peter in chains Cathedral saturday apr. 17, at 2 . Eligible couples Are asked to Contact the family life Bureau Fenwick club 241-1029, before apr. 2. Anyone who cannot attend the mass can receive their scroll by mail George Walter and Helen Ward Are holding an open House at wards greenhouses 4208 Schenck ave., Deer Park sunday so everyone can see the Beautiful display of easter and Spring arrange my they Are featuring greenhouses will be open from 10 . To 5 ., and gifts Candy and door prizes will be Given away. A a jul by s of h e a re As near As cod Market m r phone for delivery 791-8162 791-8165 791-7531 this and Good thurs. Thru sat. March 27,1971 freshly ground beef.3lbs.$189 Swiss steaks a a a a a a a a a 19lb cottage Ham.98�?~lb. Bacon Judy s sliced slab59 la. Bologna or Pickle loaf69 homemade country sausage.59 la. Fresh Ham pork steaks .98�?~lb head lot tuna or jumbo Heads 29 Florida juice oranges Doz. 49 celery 2 jumbo stalks a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 39 Catsup Brooks a a a a limit 2 2 but for 29 hamburger Dill is ice see quart Jar melt. 39 Honey Grove tomatoes no. 303can.2 c�35 Crisco Oil a a a giant 38-oz. Bottle a a a a a a a a a a a a �?79 Nabisco Fig Newton or Lorna Boon. 2 a a 89 orders Reo Eveda or 2 pm will by Dell red the Foo Ong Day Beer delivered by the Case same Low Price 7234 Ohio ave. Deer Park open Fri. Eves. Till 9 . I Kriscoe s Dollar Days Coe pitching in Rome Roger Coe 3246 Brotherton re freshman Pitcher at the University of Toledo is among University baseball players spending Spring vacation in Rome Italy. The trip is being made under the auspices of the european baseball federation. Coe grew up in Oakley and attended st. Cecilia school and Purcell High school. Now 18, he has been playing baseball since he was five years old when he began with Sweeney Knothole team. He later scout paper drive a paper drive sponsored by explorer Post 670, will be held at Hartzell methodist Church Applewood dr., saturday. Pickup service May be obtained by calling 891-8527 or 891-0765. Played in class a by and d leagues and in the Frisch Muni e league. Last year Roger played with Hal Pennington a Wilson freight which won the league title. A 1970 graduate at Purcell he pitched 13 games and had a 12-1 record with three shutouts and a batting average of 306. His record for Wilson was 12 and 2. The team was runner up in National playoffs. For. John Ulrich at st. Cecilia Arthur a Cor key Alfers Purcell baseball coach and Neil Connor athletic director credit Roger with outstanding athletic ability and a promising future. Roger s dad is an English and gym teacher at st. Cecilia. He formerly taught in Cincinnati schools. His Mother is a Norwood school nurse. While in Rome team members Are guests at the modern olympic Village. The Toledo rockets will play the italians defending Roger Coe european champions who won titles in 1961, �?T63, �?T66, �?T67 and �?T69. Hot numbers news retail and s41-8942 classified,731-7170 i a i m Aqua nit hair Spray a a 614 jumbo cons in regular super hold or indented. 13-oz. Net it. 4-yd, Kwik Reg. 1.57 4 Days Roll Lovev adhesive backed decorative in a variety of designs and colors. Paper towels if dots. Chech , Mort Cool summer shifts or leg. 1.76 to Quot 4 of i Only m own i if m a crib i Mir Peru it Conon or ten Mhz a omm Avail re Yon arc ctr a yes so a al fac be Simiu tel Bone Steak dinner 51 baked Ham Reg. 1.39 of a la. A a

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