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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - May 13, 1981, Cincinnati, Ohio4 suburban life wednesday. May 13, 1981 Ballet a Pointe a jazz a tap 791-6252 a beginner thru advanced student a age 4 it. Thru adult a 4 week summer program Start june 6 thru july 2 or july % thru aug. 22 a pee cull for further information Hoik whim Mitt of Lull it Max 7011 a lamed m a it too. Down 31 percent traffic program cuts Madeira Accident rate off 20% Spring drapery Sale hundreds of decorative fabrics to choose from Sale ends May 30, 19811 Complete interiors montage decorating ,4111 Cooper to. At Kenwood r0 79 1 -5566 0poumn4> for your convenience order by phone with Mastercard and visa Quot Flowers for All occasions Quot or come in for our Cash n carry discount we have City wide delivery 7396 Camargo re. 561-6788 watch for our grand opening 7328 Kenwood re. 793-5698 by Barbara cans a Madeira s federally funded selective. Enforcement program has been More of a Success than originally anticipated by the Madeira police dept. There has been a 31 percent decrease in personal injury Auto accidents and a 35 percent decrease in the number of persons injured according to Richard Pope acting chief of police. The police department s initial goal of the five month program had been a 10 percent reduction in personal injury Auto accidents pope1 said. The project funded with 12,600 from the dept of Highway safety concentrated on surveillance and strict traffic enforcement with increased patrols on Miami Avenue Euclid Avenue seniors plan May 17 roast in Blue Ash the Sycamore senior adult Multi service Center Plainfield and Cooper roads is sponsoring an of roast May 17, noon to 6 . At Blue Ash civic Center on Cooper Road the menu will consist of roast beef a jus country style Beans potato salad Cole Slaw dessert and beverage. A Cost is $4.50 for adults and $2.50 for children under 12. The menu is available eat in or carry out. During the afternoon door prizes will be awarded and there will be Square dancing from. 2-5 . At 91 or social at 5 cents a game. There will also be entertainment from 1 30-3 30 . By the butter Field five and the pattern dancers from Salem Center. A boutique and Craft table will have Many items for Sale. For ticket information Call 984-1234 or 891-7116. All proceeds go into the general fund. For Center programs. The event is open to the Public. Howard Early music Center Chick our Eua used musical equipment Mart at our tri cd unit store Ort used special of the week tapc0 6000 a mixer 215 would you like Cah for your musical equipment Call David Rice 563-9300 3 convenient locations Howard Early s tri county music 11537 Chester re. Near the windjammer 771-1430 Howard Early s Evendale 3171 Glendale Milford re. Northland shopping Center _ 563-9300 Howard Early s Kenwood music 8112 Montgomery re North of Kenwood mall 891-2150 v1getabl1s onion sets a tomatoes 12 varieties a Mango peppers a eggplant a rhubarb a strawberries Shadi Cardin plants a impatiens begonias a Lobelia caladium a Fuschia potted Rosis and Cardin surplus a peat Moss a manure a bark Choc is from cur assert mint of herbs a tarragon thyme a Lemon Verbena a Many others Large selection of annuals 80 varieties of perennials a Geranium Sale used geraniums Reg. $10 Doz. Now 7.5u Doz. �?�13&Quot per Fiat sleek geraniums 1-,. 3i�$18 Nanny a Florist amp East of Montgomery re. Greenhouses 791-3811 Camargo Road a and Shawnee run Road. Starting in december patrolling was increased for two week periods on each Street in the targeted area. The patrols will continue through May 30 when the program ends. Pope said the number of a fender Bender accidents was not affected by the project but the More serious accidents involving injuries were significantly reduced. Program statistics also show More citations in an older age group of Drivers not the teenagers who usually compose the High traffic Accident rate Pope said. A some of the persons stopped were average residents driving Home in the evening after work with their minds on what happened during the Day at the office and who just. Weren to paying attention a he said. There has also been a decrease in. The number of drunk driving accidents. The police department has received Praise and complaints about the program. A some residents have wafted out of their houses to personally thank the officer i patrol. Others who have been stopped feel they have been picked on Pope said. Pope indicated some consideration might be Given to reapplying for the funds but about 18 programs in the dept of Highway safety Are scheduled to be Cut in president Reagan s budget plan. Pope said he did not know yet if the selective enforcement program would be one of a them. Toyota opens in Blue Ash Toyota officially opened its new $9 million regional Headquarters and parts depot in Blue Ash with fan fare and a gala reception last week. The facility which employs 62, will serve company dealers in Ohio Kentucky Tennessee and part of Michigan the 35-acre Complex is the first Toyota Headquarters in this area. Previously the served through a depot in Chicago. Sycamore musicians slate Spring concert Quot a fax citizens. Anyone interested is urged to come see Garden court for themselves at the 1-5 . Open House. For More information 793 4013. Flowers that Bloom a the Flowers that Bloom in. Spring tra Law will be presented by the monday night dance class of Deer Park schools May 16,8 . At Crawford auditorium at the High school. Admission is $1. From left Are Karen Donahue buddy Mcfarland and Dana Mcfarland. Shared of open in de Garden court a shared family living residence will hold an open House May 17 to familiarize interested persons with the concepts behind shared family living and the Garden court Way of life. The residence at 7111 Plainfield re. In Deer Park provides a family style of living for elderly people in an environment where they can get the things they need without giving up Independence. Each person has a private bedroom but shares dining living rooms and other facilities. A residents share decisions about recreation and entertainment programs. The Deer Park residence is sponsored by shared family living inc., a non profit corporation governed by local the Sycamore High school Little theater will be the setting May 19, 7 30 ., As the High school vocal department presents its free Spring concert., Quot sounds of yes Quot Ter Day and the freshman choir will be performing a hello again with soloists Michelle Labath and Dan Esmeyer yesterday d Michelle with soloists Liz Tabbert and Rob Mueller and Billy Joel so a it a still Rock a Roh to accompanists Are Jill Cierley Michelle Labath and Sandy Daum. The vocal ensemble Infinity will Start with Walt Disney so when you wish upon a Start through the 50s and 60s up to today with a Rockin Robin a Quot All i have to do is dream Quot a the Long and. Winding Road a Quot Quot grandmas Feather bed Quot and Quot Rocky the selections will be narrated by Earl Reinhart a Kathy Pratt and Laura Maclaren. Touring company selections include Quot higher and higher a a applause Quot and. Barry Mani Low s Quot one accompanist is Juliet Nixon. The concert choir will present selections from. The Academy award winning musical a 15-piece, band including pianist Rochelle Hobbs will accompany the choir for the songs Quot Fame a a hot lunch. Jam with soloist Karen Esslinger Quot red Light with soloist Grace Ross a never alone and Quot i sing the body other soloists Are sue Mont Gomery singing Quot out Here on my own Quot and Charles Quot Buster perform.-, ing a dogs in the Judy Houck and Tony Lupariello will Combine their talents for the duet a is it Okay if i Call you mine a choir members choreographed the performance themselves and designed their own costumes. Boosting so posed before a Harp in the new Westin hotel atrium Are from left Indian Hill residents or. And mrs. Edward a. Young and Cincinnati first harpist Anna. Punkay Hannaford. They were enjoying cuisine at the so gala on May Day with music by symphony members and discussing the Csor a upcoming participation in the 25th anniversary of festival Casals in san Juan puerto Rico in june. Kenwood club honors Cincinnati series for the second consecutive year Wco to has received the Kenwood women a club broadcasters award for locally produced programming of exceptional Quality. The award was presented at a luncheon May 12 in Indian Hill. The clubs Board of directors voted unanimously this year to recognize Channel 9�?Ts a a Cincinnati history series for the educational Impact it had on the Community. Last years broadcasting award was presented to Channel 9 for its Quot lifesaving special Quot the 7 o clock report and for the introduction of the Cincinnati series entitled a Cincinnati the who am 1 newly elected president of Kenwood women a club Daryth Stallone made the presentation at the awards luncheon to Rick Reeves director of operations for Wco to. In addition the club recognized. First National Bank As sponsor of the outstanding series. David Bowen first nationals assistant vice president and marketing officer was on hand to accept the certificate of recognition. Cake contest in Montgomery a cake baking contest will be part of the a old. Time Quot Spring fair May 24 noon-5 . At Swaim Fields Park Comer of Cooper and Zig Zag in Montgomery cakes will be judged in two separate categories appearance and taste. There will be two divisions 12-17 years of age and 18 years and older. Cakes should be at the Pavilion in Swaim Park by 12 30 . For judging. For More information or to Register for the contest Call to Gavin 793-1297 or Pat Garrett 891-0388. The contest is sponsored by Montgomery recreation commission. Sycamore twp. Mulls trash junk regulation Book Exchange at Greene a paperback Book Exchange brought throngs of students to the Media Center of the Edwin h. Greene school during the week of april 27. The students themselves brought in 1,370 books and each waa Given a boo Buck Quot to Exchange for another Book. Snapped during the act vites Are voln Taer Moma Jan. Dan Bury left and Carmen Pace right with students Jeff a Zauha and Anna Beylund below Chris Hester ban Poe Evan Lerman and Beth Uhihorn. Weekdays 8 30 8, sat. 8 30-6, Sun 10 30-5 continued from Page i j Symmes twp. The use of patrol officers closer to Home and placing the Hamilton county officers closer to 1-71. Chief of fire and life safety Fred Benz told the Board he was pleased with safety improvements being made in the Dillon Vale shopping Center. Hader hardware and Iga have installed sprinkler systems and fire Lane and handicapped parking designations have been painted in the parking lot Benz said. In other business the Board a appointed Joan Rebeck 8914 Appl Knou to represent the township on the Sycamore senior Multi service Center Board. A announced that due to the passage of House Bill 107 Cost overruns on the installation of Street lights May be passed on to property owners. A announced that a hearing has been set for May 15 to consider a c-2 liquor License for the super x drug store in Kenwood mall. A requested Jahnigen to look into the need for a 10�?T-12�?T Fence behind first base on no. Two demand in Sycamore Park. A Fence has been requested to prevent overthrown balls from entering shelter House no. One. A decided to table a request from the Kenwood Northeast and Rossmoyne Knothole clubs for More Ball Clay for the Fields. A heard a complaint from. Russel Peters 4384 Yakima ct., about noise from basketball play next door. The Board recommended that Peters Call the sheriffs department if neighbors Are disturbing the peace. Madeira rejects Perin property continued from Page 1 a planned to remove the Quot no parking Between 4-6 . Signs from Miami Road for about six months to assist the business District. A referred a recommendation to the Indian Hill Village Council that Madeira a water rates be raised by 15 percent for two years with no increase the third year. Other alternatives had been a 30 percent Flat increase or 10 percent annually Over three years. A accepted the resignation of Ruth Witzman from the planning commission because the family is moving out of town. A commended the Madeira police dept and auxiliary police Leader it. Ronald Dieselberg for apprehending suspects involved in an armed robbery of $40,000 in jewelry form a department store at Kenwood Plaza on May 3
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