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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - May 19, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioAt Kenwood Plaza a musical review by the cast from the showboat Majestic Barbershop quartet Harmony and a outdoor living show featuring an array of boats campers and trailers will highlight Kenwood Plaza shopping Center activities thursday through saturday. On Friday night the Plaza Arcade will ring with the Rich blend of male voices As die Cincinnati chapter of the specs qua conduct their annual auditions for men who wants to try out. A Medley of old favourites will be Sung starting at 7 . On saturday at 10 . The cast from showboat will perform a musical review in the Plaza Arcade. The unique stage from which they will perform will be a 15 foot replica of the actual showboat which is docked on the Ohio River. Lib Afy Ohio i Stariea society 1982 Claa ave. Col Uta by Ohio 4 32u to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 serving the communities of Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy height Silver Tony Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood mask or circulation integrity 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio wednesday May 19, 1971 display ads and news classified ads. S31-0234 731 ? 170 vol. In no. 41 in Sycamore six percent hike oked for school employees Cost of living increases in salaries and wages were approved for Sycamore school District employees by the Board of education thursday night. The six percent across the Board increase will go into effect for operational staff personnel in july and for instructional personnel when they begin duties for the 1971-72 school year in Deer Park walk repair plan draws mayors veto formal approval by the Board came after several months of preliminary study and negotiations Between representatives of the Board teachers and operational employees associations. The employee groups had earlier ratified the offer. Mca pins clearance pre Holiday Sale Mcaldon a at Kenwood is having a three Day pre Holiday clearance Sale beginning at 10 . Tomorrow thursday Early Bird will be in As Mcalpin a dears ita shelves for summer merchandise. See Mcalpin i advertisement elsewhere in this Issue. Morning. Bargains abundance Khuc in need of organizers and chair Kennedy Heights Community Council has announced a need for Block organizers and chairmen in several areas served by the Council. Streets in need of chairmen induce Iberis Winste red Bank Dogwood and Dale Congreve Iris Kennedy Montgomery Robison and Orchard be. Anyone willing to serve As a Block chairman or organizer for any of these areas is asked to Call mrs. Tom Birdsall 351-4266, or mrs. Shirley Johnson 731-5171. Awards breakfast at Madeira a the increases will add about $186,000 to the annual budget in operating costs Quot superintendent Edwin h. Greene said. A anticipated receipts will cover the increased Cost t h r o u g h the 19 71-7 2 contract year. Beyond that additional millage will be needed to operate the schools with or without this increase Quot he noted. Sycamore District will continue membership in . Tomorrows educational systems today at a Coet of about $4,000 for the coming school year. T.e.s.t., is a joint Effort by a dozen Hamilton county suburban districts to develop new concepts and programs for use in schools. Model a asses workshops Etc. Have been instituted in team teaching individualised. Instruction and other innovative areas. A District wide census using some 25 resident enumerators will he conducted during May. The census is used As a locator system for children and families and for projections involving future school needs. 104 years Young is miss Lillian Walker who celebrated her birthday May 17, in the Madeira nursing Center. A party was Given for her and seven other residents with May birthdays by the Madeira Kenwood Jayce ettes. Miss Walker was born in Nashville tenn., and has a sister living in the Marjorie p. Lee Home for the aged. Mias Walker is very Active and Complete care of herself. To place classified ads Call 731-7170. Something to sell try classifieds. Prosecutor favors renew plan the first awards Day breakfast sponsored by Madeira High. School Pat was held May 5, with parents As guests. Some 122 students received awards in the areas of leadership achievement and scholarship. A second breakfast will be held june 2, to Honor seniors receiving special recognition. Of Fisic go supplies organic fertiliser ferret a liquid a new Garden item. Free samples Mcdonald s 8968 Kenwood re. 791 8480 you too can Trust. James d. Rupert Warren county prosecutor monday told Hamilton county prosecutor Simon leis or. And representatives of the concert and Art exhibit at re College a concert and Art exhibit will be held at Raymond Walters College Blue Ash sunday at 4 30 the concert will feature Mary Findley violinist a candidate for the doctorate of music degree at Cincinnati conservatory of music. She is a student of Sigmund Effron c concertmaster of the Cincinnati symphony orchestra. The Art exhibit will feature work done by students at the College and will be displayed at the Campus Center. Miu Daie umber company lumber and plywood Cut to size Carpenter re com Mandan for All Type of remodelling. A sos Blue a til re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 Call 371-7170 classified. Bre1tenbach plumbing service within your shopping area 791 5804-ss1-4154.001-0203 Cincinnati a Over so Placa to buy time. So Why should you buy at Marmer a shoes and care Marmara Honor o shopper s charge a Banka Mercard o matter charge Here who us ii Noe her a to tit had very satisfactory service and will continue whenever. In it you be simply got Hove a pair of it flush he pm a a Italy s contribution to your summer fun sizas8vr12 $5.99 sizes 1254-3 $6.99 kinw00d mall a mini Park to be located in heart of Montgomery Hamilton county police association that he would support renew regional narcotics enforcement Unita regional approach to the drag abuse problem he made it Clear however that he could make no definite commitment at this time. Further meetings on the proposal which would be partially federally funded will be held next week. The sophisticated approach to the drug problem has been endorsed by Butler and Clermont -county., by the hip a the Hamilton county prosecutor and trustees of the Hamilton county municipal league. Changes in the proposal necessary because of the dissolution of District 13 crime control Council and re alignment of districts to receive Federal funds under the Safe streets acts. Cent classified ads go in four papers in Hamilton county. Members of four area Garden clubs have begun to dear and Plant a Small pocket Park in the Montgomery area which will include the Side and rear Yard of the old manse the idea originated with the Sycamore senior citizens Board to serve As a quiet place for residents to meet through the warm months. Plans Call for an 18th Century period Garden with herbs and Flowers including lilacs geraniums and Phlox which were popular at this period. The Montgomery historical society is supplying the data necessary to make the plantings authentic. Louis Goosman of the Village Green Garden club is Coo i Dina Ting the project. She has announced that work Days will be held eve wednesday from 10 . To 3 ., and anyone who is willing to help Clear or Plant is Quot asked to Call her 793-2144. The group a also in need of Wagon wheels plastic sheeting for walkways and organic fertilizers. A committee headed by Ceci Anes Hansel 891-6497, will choose the Flowers and plants to be used. Anyone with plantings to donate is asked to Call her. Participating dubs include the dizzy daffodils Garden club Village Garden club old fashioned Garden club Montgomery historical Solety and Montgomery women a club. Alaskan Holiday to place a free i gab. Gas Ali Futi Oil Orange filter lube double Stamps Yates Comet 4384 e. Galbraith 984 9987 repercussions to his veto of a sidewalk repair program sponsored by the democratic majority of Deer Park councilmen were heard by mayor George Niehaus a thursdays Council meeting. The veto overrode an ordinance for issuance of $15,000 in notes and passed after three readings by a 4 to 3 vote. Work m am not More Money and the democrats believe pay raises should come from appreciation of satisfactory work. The ordinance passed its first Reading. C o until to t e d unanimously against a Resolution that had been drawn to oppose improvement to the Blue Ash Airport. A Quot mini Quot Park in the heart of Montgomery is the goal of these woman from four arse Garden dubs. Starting to dear the site from left Caci Anshan sat Joan Roehm Mariana Mather Lou Russell Dotty Meyer sky rita Barnado and Faye Saddle mire. Alaska by car plane and ferry will be the topic of Oliver e. Pienkowski a illustrated talk at the meeting of the metallic club at 10 . On Friday May 21 at the Kennedy Heights presbyterian Church. Or. Pienkowski a retired e 1 e c in i c al Engineer was formerly associated with at amp to a Long line department both he and his wife Are enthusiastic photographers. It. Mckinley a Quot was a highlight of the trip according to the Pienkowski along with a plane trip beyond the Arctic Circle and the Beauty of the main Alaska Highway. Madeira Kenwood Jayce ettes held a Craft Day for patients of the Madeira nursing Center May 13. Patients made leather Eye lass cases and cats from bottles. Newly formed boy scout troop no. 898, sponsored by ascension l a i h e ran c h u re h o f Montgomery received its Flag and charter monday according to Keith Moore Baths a on of or. And mrs. Ted Batte 5830 Valley View won a Council alternate Thomas j. Tuke son of or. And mrs. Joseph d. Tuke 8065 Remington rd., has been elected alternate to the priorities Council at Denison University Granville. The Council will function within the new University Senate. A Sophomore he will serve a one year term., Tuke has also been elected Secretary of the inter fraternity Council for 1971-72. Mayor Niehaus explained Quot the citizens of Deer Park were promised a sidewalk repair program in 1964 and 1 pledged that this would be an orderly pay As you go plan. Now the opposition majority in Council is asking me to break the pledge by signing a politically inspired ordinance that would place an additional $15,000 Burden on our Council president Francis Healy addressed Council and the audience from the spectators Section to the Council chamber. Quot in 1964 Niehaus and f e 11 o w rep by icons saw political advantages in promising the taxpayers a something for nothing in Exchange for a democratic defeat Quot said Healy. Quot we d e m o c r a is continued Healy a believe the sidewalk repair program has been food and wish to continue it. However we Are placed in the awkward position of not being Able to continue ii we believe that the mayors veto and hit retirement from office reveals a planned termination from office a a an Effort Quot to pass the ordinance Over the mayors veto failed. Republican members fought an Effort to give the clerk of Council a salary increase. They contended the clerk had no additional when Healy found that the City Ledger was not under lock and key and was made available to others when the auditor was absent he requested clerk Harvey Alcorn to find out the ruling on this from the Ohio state auditor. Other Council action included passing an ordinance to meet an increase in Price for land fill dumping of garbage and trash. Pasting a Resolution to be sent to the Cincinnati Gas and electric company to protest the announced increase in Gas rates. Naming thursday july 8, for a hearing on a requested zone change for two Lota on Galbraith re. This change would affect the property at 4315 Galbraith re. Whose owner has been cited and charged with failing to obey the present zone Ord, at that address. Camping i memorial Day com to Beautiful Cedar Mills new is Adas is county. A electric s swimming a fishing for information Call Bill Miller 891-1370 Gold key award for excellence on his water color in the National Scholastic Art show. An eighth Grade student at Shroder Junior High he was their Only Winner. Brace a a suburban life Carrier. Madeira Village pharmacy Miami and Carmage is holding a grand opening of its remodeler store thursday through monday. All who attend will be Given a free gift and have the Opportunity to Register for More than ,$600 in door prizes. The pharmacy is owned by Donald Stoll. Quot Black history in song,.�?T a program sponsored sunday by the women a association of Kennedy Heights presbyterian Church proved a big Success As some 250 person assembled to hear Rev. Thomas Wright Morris an ordained Baptist minister who quickly became Well known in the Tidewater area of Virginia As the singing preacher. Or. Morris Sang songs of the slave and Post slavery period As Well As songs of contemporary worship. Center for seniors opens a meeting Center for Sycamore senior citizens will open tomorrow on a once a week bans in the Blue Ash. Civic league building. Sponsored by the Sycamore senior adult Multi service Board it will Middle school to present 3 concerts choruses of the Sycamore Middle school will present a series of. Three concerts in Middle school cafe orium a Dine dr., at 7 30 . On the following dates May 19�?seventh Grade choruses May 26�?eighth Grade choruses june 2�?sixth Grade choruses. Seventh and eighth Grade choruses Are under the direction of mias Rosalie Olinski and sixth Grade choruses Are directed by mrs. Geneva Wagner. They Are assisted by student teacher miss Janelle Rouse from the University of Cincinnati. There is a Small admission charge for adults. Students Are admitted free if accompanied by an adult. Fig rita my who 11 id yesterday new Sper my last Wash suburban Lite i i old in our nows for Thi wools darn it i guess by now by a know i Quot booted. I had Kan Wood All going Quot out of this world last weak instead of this weak which indicates i m Golno out of my mind. So at last the secret is out now you know i m not perfect Well that s the Way it goes Soma Days. A meanwhile is tha crabgrass making you crabby Are your alter las busting out All Jovar Whan All those Quot booming things Bloom. Navar tear. A serve seniors from Montgomery and Blue Ash. Hours Are from 10 . To 3 . And residents Are invited to Stop in for either a Short time to get acquainted or to bring a Sandwich and stay All Day. Drinks will be available. Mary Malone and Maggie Magie Are directing the Center. Activities this week will include cards shuffleboard puzzles and checkers and planned Craft for those interested. The civic league building is located on Alma. Ave., Blue Ash West of Kenwood Between Cooper and Hunt ads. Variety concert at Sycamore High Sycamore districts annual instrumental varieties concert will be presented Friday in Sycamore High auditorium at 8 . Performing will be six hands from grades five through 12, plus the stage band and brass choir. Highlights will feature set actions from such Broadway musicals As a Man of la Mancha a a a Purine Quot and �?o1 776.�?� also performed will be Dixieland jazz numbers and traditional Sousa marches. Directing will be Jack Wagner Pete Metzger and student teacher Bynam Henson. Your a iterates busting Over win All Thom Quot booming think a. In it it Kan Wood mall is Hore. Lot Shillito s Gardon Dop Artmont Fulli. Your prescription for a Beautiful Yard and lot super fill your prescription for red Eye and the sneezes. Discount a i Prieto prescriptions is their business you know Ware you a a together new family when there is Yard work to a Dona and do you look like the leftovers from a rummage sate while your working then turn Over a naw Leaf and turn Ovar those clothes to the Charity of your Choice. You know you Cen look As pretty is e Garden la Wash and Waar . Stacks and mount from Martin s town i it country and tha Man in tha family will really Quot dig tha Wash and Waar Mah at Wadlar. _ 1 you can a a dig a together and for a Happy ending Whan Day a 1 is Dona everything is washable. Including tha Gardia Nare a paid advertisement j cent classified Good results. Ads bring we try to keep the look you bought Quot sparkle cleaners o custom cleaning of sensible prices Quot a care about your clothes our Only location 4343 e. Galbraith ltd. Corner Blue Ash re. Plenty of parking a tot a shopping Canter

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