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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - May 05, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioTni9 a a atari <3 it i society 1982 Vaina ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 a a the Sandman is coming. Project chairman Carl Monning and Jaycea president Dave Gulden Load the first wheelbarrow of Sand for the annual Madeira Kenwood Jaycee Sandbox project. Jay Cees will be delivering Sand in die Madeira Kenwood area for $1 a wheelbarrow Load saturday May 15. Call 793-2856, or 791-0277 by May 11 to order Sand. Proceeds will be used for the clubs Many charitable projects. Layfield regulations spark controversy recreation commission matters and use of the Layfield in particular highlighted Madeira Council meeting monday night. Councilman Arthur Smith objected strenuously to a provision in the Layfield regulations which specify that a boy can to play baseball unless he lives in Madeira. It was pointed out that this applies Only to Knothole baseball and Bantam football. Smith labelled the Rule a discriminatory and restrictive. A number of recreation commission members and residents connected with the Knothole program upheld the regulations. Council concluded that the Knothole rules will prevail and it is the responsibility of Knothole personnel to enforce them. Council passed to the second Reading an ordinance appointing David Daniels to the recreation commission to succeed a a Doc Voshell who has resigned. The ordinance a will be Given further consideration in regard to the procedure for appointment to the recreation commission prior to any further action. In other action Council approved Street lighting at the ends of Lancewood Redondo and san Marco cts. Citizens of these streets had requested the lights. Discussed a proposed ordinance requiring private police to be certified by the Madeira police department As to crowd control and weapons training. Tentatively approved a request by John Mueller of the Madeira kiwanis club for permission to place receptacles about the City for collection of tin cans for recycling. The proceeds would be used for charitable purposes. Life lines bottle drive to Benefit handicapped the newly formed Cherokee Heights gardeners won their first Blue ribbon april 22 at the Miami Hills Garden club Flower show with their entry of a red Geranium and variegated periwinkle Centrepiece. A project to raise funds for a program for handicapped children will be launched saturday at the Blue Ash family Myca. The Blue Ash y will begin an intensive drive to collect both disposable and non disposable bottles. Containers for Deposit of the bottles will be at the Branch in Blue Ash off Kenwood re. Just opposite the Cross county Highway eastbound exit. Jim Alexander youth director requested that donors separate the Clear bottles from the Green and Brown. A the Money we raise either from the Sale of disposable bottles or returning non disposable bottles will help finance our program for handicapped children. We Are looking Forward to a successful collection Quot he said. Tom York son of Rev. And mrs. Clyde York of Amberley Village has won the John Finley Crowe citation at Hanover College Honor a Day convocation. The citation is awarded to the outstanding senior Man on the basis of excellence in Christian character scholarship leadership and social responsibility. Tender lot in a care e. W. Boedker is experienced landscapes advertised his through a Csini an he services classified and. 7 received so Many responses in a booked All How a that for spreading the word about his tender Loving Lawn care let suburban Cincinnati in on your Talent needs services. Dial 731-7170. Jack and Sarah Schooley of Schooley piano amp Organ co., Conn Organ dealers at 7229 Montgomery rd., Silverton were treated to a Caribbean cruise on the a song of Norway a Courtesy of the Conn Organ corp. Dealers enjoying the trip were those who had outstanding sales performances from september through january. Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping area 791-5804-561-6154-�91-9203 William j. Kleiman specially line director for Osborne Kemper Thomas inc., has returned from an extended trip to Lake Geneva wis. And Monticeno n.y., where local sales seminars were held for the company Stop sales leaders. Kleiman is a Deer Park councilman. To place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday it display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 san my the communities of flue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill made Iraq plea san i Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Sizer Tony Kenwood Deer Park Dilton vate Ridgewood Mark or circulation integrity 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio wednesday May 5,1971 display ads Ano news classified aos. S3 i-0234 2317170 vol. In no. 39 $25,000 approved funds of a Forfar new recreation Center in Ridge in Deer Park Public parochial schools join to curb vandalism Steps to curb vandalism in two parochial schools and schools in the Deer Park District were discussed at a meeting saturday morning by representatives of st. Saviour st. John Louis Manning superintendent of Deer Park Community schools and Board of education members. While vandalism has not reached the critical or. And mrs. Roland g. Ron Rakel 8512 Donegal dr., have returned from Paradise Island Nassau Bahama islands where they were guests at Continental Assurance company a annual key club conference. Key club is the company a organization for outstanding life insurance sales achievement. Stage officials of the schools in question Felt the problem was of a serious enough nature to warrant a combined Effort to curb the damage being done to school property. One suggestion was the installation of an electronic alarm system being used in some schools now in the greater Cincinnati area. Manning pointed out that the Deer Park Board of education has witnessed a demonstration of the system and was favourably impressed. Another such demonstration is being planned for officials of st. John and st. Saviour. Increasing surveillance of school buildings by using Parent patrols was also discussed. School officials also urge the it Iblis to report to police immediately any unusual activities near school buildings after school hours and on week ends when most of the vandalism occurs. The Ridge Day committee visits pleasant Ridge Park on a pre festival inspection tour. From left to right Are Mes. Robert Warden Shirley Suddeth Terri Parker chairman and Linda Vaughn. Sold on Community newspaper second career proves a Bonanza for retired army sergeant Russell Maxfield by Helen fix hard work Good planning and promotion including judiciously placed advertising have paid off handsomely for Mary Ann and Russell a a Max Maxfield who have put their business Maxfield ceramics a on the map in less than two years time. Since opening their doors at 10792 Kenwood rd., Blue Ash in june of �?T69, Maxfield ceramics business has More than tripled. A at the present time we re pouring Between 300 to 400 holds a Day of Green Ware. Ninety percent of our business is wholesale and the remainder retail Quot Mary Ann Maxfield explained. In a Way Mary Ann is responsible for the idea which has blossomed into a successful venture. When the Max Fields lived in Lincoln nebr., where Max was an advisor to the National guard Mary Ann taught ceramics in their Home. Max became interested and Learned to pour Green Ware. He helped his wife at night after regular army duty. When he retired with the rank of sergeant major after look i again. Thoyl to italian i it hippies Farmers Honor a shoppers charge Fri e Bank american a matter charge. And exclusively for hush puppies to go everywhere. Do anything in Comfort and style this summer i Viola Saddle $12.99 Della a White a Brown 8to 12 12 to 3. 5.99 6.99 Kenwood mall 20 years army service he had already chosen his new career. The ceramics business. A Blue Ash seemed an Ideal location for our business. We rented a 13-room House on Kenwood re. And began the Job of building the business. Max did the leg work part of promotion. He visited studios in Ohio Kentucky and Indiana and acquainted them with Maxfield ceramics. And As any Good Salesman knows he first had to sell himself a his attractive wife confided. Mary Ann and Max Are Quick to give credit to Northeast suburban life for publicizing their business through ads and publicity. This was the Only newspaper in which they advertised. A we Are both convinced of the effectiveness of the Community newspaper in promotion a Mary Ann commented. The Max Fields and their successful operation were featured in the March Issue of Ceramic scope a Trade publication. Several photographs were used to illustrate the operation. A we utilize student help in pouring the holds a Mary Ann explained a Tom Baumgartner a us student works a half Day Michael del Favero a Sycamore is part time under program but senior at working a student plans to become a full time employee after graduation. Richard Willis of us and Dennis Holland a High school Junior Are also part time employees. James Detmer pours holds on a full time basis and Alice Volz who stocks shelves is also employed production facilities Are located in the spacious basement which boasts 2400 Square feet of space. The slip room is located in what was a one car garage with a slip packaging and loading table on the Side of each vat. To the right of the slip room Are All the holds with a pouring room in one part and 40 shelves of Green Ware on display in the area beyond that. A the most popular items Are Mediterranean Spanish and Early american. We sell a lot of figurines plaques Milldale umber company lumber and plywood Cut to size for plug Fong table basketball backboard train table. A a of Blue Ash re. Roumayne 791-8122 a open organic Gar tii supplies organic fertilizer Ferrell liquid a new Garden items free samples Mcdonald s 8968 Kenwood re. 791-8480 free 5 gals. Gas with Oil change fitter lube double Stamps Vates Comet 4384 e. Galbraith 984 9987 approval of $25,000 to finance preliminary planning and architectural drawings for a new recreation Center in pleasant Ridge Park has served As a shot in the to those planning Ridge Day an event planned to Combine fun with fund raising. Cincinnati Council april 28 concurred in the recommendation of the finance committee in approving the funds. Pleasant Ridge was Well represented at the finance committee hearing april 26, Robert Egbert chairman of the pleasant Ridge Community councils recreation committee outlined the needs of the Community which Are also supported by the pleasant Ridge playground mothers association. Others representing the Community were Rev. Frank Rounsley pastor of pleasant Ridge United methodist Church and chairman of the proc mrs. Fay Hohweiler of the playground mothers Len Voight representing the senior Altisena Irving Feuer speaking for the businessmen and Jerry Klein an interested citizen. Purpose of Ridge Day to he held saturday june 5, will be to provide a Day of entertainment As Well As to raise funds to equip the proposed recreation facility. The event will be sponsored by the playground mothers and the proc. Specific goals include a new Community Center with gym meeting facilities and offices and an indoor outdoor deep water Pool. The Cincinnati recreation commission favors the idea of an indoor outdoor Pool since a Pool which can be used on a 12-months basis is More efficient. Since 1967 the Day has built 12 pools including the one under construction at Kennedy Heights and four recreation centers. Mrs. Terri Parker 6309 Kincaid rd., is chairman of the Ridge Day program. The affair will begin at 10 . With a Parade winding through the Ridge to the Park. A nine hour festival will follow. Dave Magill a new resident has designed a graphic Symbol which will represent pleasant Ridge to other communities. The Symbol is being printed on tee shirts posters and stationery and will be introduced at the festival. Organizations interested in participating in the Parade should Contact mrs. Parker. Many scout troops and neighbourhood blocks have already begun planning their floats and entries. May fete May 14 is Russell Max and Mary Ann Maxfield owners of Maxfield ceramics 10792 Kenwood rd., Blue Ash display a completed Ceramic piece. Pan the god of nature finished in a Blue Green Glaze. Vases and Conquistador figures a Mary Ann said. Besides helping with the business Mary Ann manages a household which includes two Active youngsters Linda 6 and Kirk 5. A your business has grown so much that we need More space and Are planning to build sometime this year in this general area a mrs. Maxfield concluded. A wide variety of games a dramatic presentation for the Young set and a night club featuring student Talent will highlight Woodward High schools May fete Friday May 14 from 3 to 10 . At the school Seymour and Reading. The biennial event is sponsored by the Woodward Parent faculty Council and is the pfc a major fund raising event. Proceeds Are used for College scholarships and to provide Money for academic activities for Woodward students in need of them. An added attraction will be the presentation of a Princess forgetful remembers at 4 and 7 . In the Small auditorium. Admission to the production with special Appeal to children is 10 cents. Chairmen of the May fete Are George Rowe pfc president or. Alvin Darden and Leonard Schreiher. However much of the planning and setting up of the Booths is being done by the students who will also operate the night club. Academy appointee. Scott Earl War Dell son of or. And mrs. Earl r. War Dell 6411 Danjoy dr., has been appointed to the air Force Academy at Denver colo., by sen. Robert a. Taft or. A senior at Sycamore High school he is a member of the auditorium technical Crew associate editor and photographer of the school newspaper and was head manager of the football team for two years. He will report to the Academy july 5. Injured in fall Blanche Stanton 4005 Deer Park injured her Back in a fall last saturday and was taken to jewish Hospital by the Deer Park life squad in amp my cot Moi Toik by Jack la Titomas Quot water water avar whare and not. Just at the rain Fountain we be got a water bad tool it really unique and would make a great Mother Day gift for a Crafty mom. Bet he could figure out a Way to take a Nap and do the Wash at the same time. And now for a few More Brilliant ideas she be delighted with a Ift of Fine jewelry from Getz Flower r a a a from oort is Fern Candy from greater or barrel Cine a Scarf or costume jewelry from Paul Harris an addition to her wardrobe from Martin if he a a mini Mother. Size 5-7-9 is having a fantastic Sale a silly or it practical gift from Spencer dinner at Marriott hot a Best seller i a of w Alden i or a saving account at Hunter you a better believe she would now these ideas done to agree with your plans How about buying her a House no not a real one but one of those Darling hand painted Quot House purses at Roderick st. Johns. She help but love it end think of the fun she can have showing everyone the a House she got for mothers Day. You see the Kenwood mall does have some of everything from houses to water Beds. So if you la Pardon the expression come on to our a House Quot the water is Fine. pm dad it Slement. .

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