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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - May 19, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioSorority member Kim a Kessler daughter of . And mrs. Albert Kessler 7822 Eustis ct., Deer Pafk k a member of Phi my sorority at Ohio University. She is a graduate cd jewish theological Seminary Adath Israel dinner to Honor two leaders attends conference Alice Stadthaus 649 Ken Pew ave., a doctoral student in the College of education and Home economics at the University of Cincinnati attended the outdoor education conference at Antioch College in yellow Spring Ohio. The theme was a preparing teachers for environmental Phipps Blue print company photostat Xerox copies drafting supplies sensitize amp photo copy paper 6914 Plainfield 793 1030 photo copy and mimeograph service the paper shop 7333 Montgomery 791-5255 Stanley High funeral Home Tad High tractor 631-3008 1141 Montgomery re. Hall for rent accommodates up to 400 Wood burning it Laplaca wadding receptions a specially 11330 Williamson re. Blua Ash Call ssi-701 it or 791-3612, two Well known communal leaders will be honoured by the jewish theological Seminary of America at a 7 . Dinner wednesday june 9, at Adath Israel congregation 3201 East Galbraith re. Announcement of the event was made by Morris g. Levin dinner chairman and Walter Hattenbach and Joseph Robbins co chairman. Or. Morris Weintraub is Martin dry cleaners 6121 Montgomery re. Repairing a alterations Call 631-3970 for free pickup amp delivery chairman of arrangements. To be cited Are doctor Louis Lurie nationally prominent psychiatrist designated As the 19 1 recipient of the Seminary a National i Community service award and Mose Marcus president of Adath Israel who will receive the synagogue president # award. The National Community service award is conferred by the jewish theological Seminary of America for distinctive and continuing service to the Community at Large. The Seminary s missionary to speak at Church Kirsch curtain rods and acce sorial Abed a amp i Lopen sunday Kenwood Plaza i Swifton Center Nice Guys Call distance dial Cincinnati Bell area miss Lillie Mae Ammerman missionary to Kenya Africa will speak at the missionary Bible Church Kugler Mill and Monroe wednesday May 26, at 7 30 . Miss Ammerman has taught and done administrative work in intermediate schools and at Tenzek secondary school. For the past term she served As principal and teacher in Kenya Highlands Bible College which is co educational. Its 75 students come from seven different tribes. In addition to academic studies students minister weekly to some 2,000 people in sunday schools Hospital services and in primary school chapels. Miss Ammerman has served As minister in women s meetings and in District Church services. The Public is invited and refreshments will be served. Heads gospel Mission James n. Bowe 3906 e. Gatewood has been elected president of the City gospel Mission. A member of Faith Bible Church he recently completed a one year training program of the in Ter National Union of gospel missions. He is an electrician. Dorothy Potts dance studio 7251 Park Ohio ave., Deer Register now for summer classes a Ballet a toe a tap a discotheque e Baton for information studio 791-3063 Home 321-4833 rest Haven memorial Park �0209 Plainfield Road a memorial Day services a May 30, 1971,11 . Public invited speaker Richard h. Finan mayor Evendale / a i it t t m m 1 a Yak l a a i i 3gt 4 h Vorhis funeral Homes inc. Est. 1876 a spacious Interior a off Street parking a air conditioned directors l. J. Bussell m. F. Rabius Donald s. Russell 6314884 821 0062 5501 Montgomery Road South of Langdon farm Road also at 310 Dunn Street. Lock and purpose is not Only to extend merited recognition to deserving individuals but to underscore that each Man s deeds Are in the jewish tradition of personal concern and involvement in the Freedom and Well being of men. The synagogue president award is presented Quot As a Symbol of gratitude for devoted service Given a the Community in advancing the cause of the religious and cultural traditions of Judaism and for Able leadership in mobilizing Public interest in the program of the jewish theological Seminary of America. A the jewish theological Seminary of America is the International Fountainhead and Central institution of learning for the conservative movement in Judaism. It trains rabbis cantors teachers youth leaders and other jewish communal servants. Its main Campus is in new York City. Its West come Branch is the University of Judaism movie program planned for Church youths a special showing of the movie Quot the Cross and the switchblade will be held at the Mariemont Cinema saturday at 9 ., for the youth of six churches of the northeastern area. After the showing the youth will assemble at Montgomery presbyterian Church for Light refreshments and a discussion of the movie. Activities will conclude at noon. Participating churches include Montgomery Sycamore Blue Ash and Silverwood presbyterian churches and the Church of the Saviour and st. Paul a methodist churches. All interested youth Are invited and tickets May b�,4 secured from the y Outh of participating churches. More information May be obtained by calling Rev. David Morris pastor of the Host Church 891-8670. In los Angeles. It also maintains the american student Center in Jerusalem where students of its rabbinical department reside while completing a year of study in Israel. The Seminary is widely known for its coast to coast Abc radio and television series Quot the eternal Light Quot Winner of Over 60 awards for excellence in 26 years of broadcasting including twice the Peabody award its Library of 200,000 volumes and 10,000 rare manuscripts reputed to be the largest collection of hebraic and Judaica in the world its jewish museum on new Yorkus fifth ave. And its Institute for i mow Marcus religious and social studies a graduate school for clergymen of All faiths. Adath Israel is one of More than 800 congregations in the Western hemisphere affiliated with the Seminary and its sister institution the United synagogue of America. Its spiritual Leader. Rabbi Fishel Goldfeder is an alumnus of the Seminary a rabbinical school. Grand opening thursday May 20 thru monday May 24 Madeira Village pharmacy Miami amp Camargo re. Madeira parking in rear adjacent to rear Entrance 561-7718 Register for Over $500 door prizes free gifts for All news of the churches or. Louia Lurie visit to Alaska for metallic club Oliver e. Pienkowski retired electrical Engineer will give an illustrated talk on Alaska at the meeting of the metallic club Friday at 10 ., in Kennedy Heights presbyterian Church Kennedy and solar Vista. Pienkowski received his electrical engineering degree at the University of Cincinnati and before retiring was associated with at amp to i o n g line s department. Both he and his wife Are photographers. New hours for tax department Michael Mcgahan Deer Park tax commissioner has announced that new hours Are now in effect for the income tax Bureau. Hie tax department is now opened mondays through fridays from 8 . To 5 . Monday and wednesday evenings from 6 to 8 ., and saturdays from 8 . To 12 noon. 6big sister role fulfils Volunteer want to get More out of life Sharon Bridges 9519 Highland ave., Blue Ash a pretty 21-year-old employed As a Secretary at steel Craft manufacturing co., says she a doing it As a Volunteer big sister for the Hamilton county welfare department. On saturday afternoons Sharon is a big sister to a 14-year-old girl in Pine Knoll a welfare department group Home for Foster children in Kennedy Heights. A it fills out my life by giving me the satisfaction of knowing i m doing something for someone else a she says. Miss Bridges describes her Little sister As a Lovely quiet girl very much in need of a dose relationship with a a Friendly adult. A a i serve her in two ways a explains Sharon. Quot i provide not Only the older person who k interested in her who wants to talk Over problems with her but i also drive her around places she might not otherwise see. It s been fun not a chore for Shason and her Little sister pass their saturday afternoons in such diverse places As museums fort ancient state Park and movie Heaters. A sometimes we Stop for hamburgers on the Way Home and just Chat a says Sharon. Miss Bridge s became interested in being a big sister after Reading a welfare department pamphlet she found in a Blue Ash Church. The pamphlet told of the Agency a need for volunteers. She contacted Dolores e. Wagner the welfare departments director of volunteers and Learned that she could serve in Many different ways. Quot welfare department volunteers not Only serve As big Sisters but As Friendly visitors for the aged disabled and Blind As nutrition aides helping welfare mothers plan menus As teachers of arts and crafts or As recreation assistants in the welfare departments institutions for children Allen House and Glenview and Hillcrest schools and the Terrace Guild a Community Center for persons of All Ages and As Driver escorts transporting children and adults to clinics doctors and dentists a explains Sharon. Deer Park Assembly of god Beach and Galbraith factors John e. Arnold sunday school 9 30 . Morning worship 10 45 . Evening service 7 30 . Bible study 4. Youth wed. 7 00 . Ascension lutheran Church la 7333 fee offer Road sunday Church school 9 . Worship service 10 15. Nursery. Montgomery Road Church of Christ Christian 6838 Montgomery Road Edwin d. Wilson minister 9 30 . Bible school 10 30 a. M. And 7 0 . Worship services. Kenwood baft1st �?�341 Kenwood Road Rev. Rtchard e. Lyon pastor sunday 9 30 . Sunday school 10 30 . Worship service 6 00 . Youth 7 00 . Vesper service wednesday 7 00 . Midweek service. Madeira Baptist 7860 Euclid Avenue factors Gilbert l. Purtee sunday 9 30 . Bible school 10 45 . Morning worship 7 . Evening service wednesday 7 30 . Midweek service. Blue Ash Church of the Nazarene Hunt Road at Blua Ash Road Rev. Ronald l. Barber pastor sunday school 9 30 morning worship 10 30. Youth 6 45 . Sunday night service 7 30 . Midweek prayer service wednesday 7 30 . Fellowship Baptist 9431 West st., Montgomery Dean Gooch pastor sunday school 10 am. Morning worship 11 .i evening worship 7 30 . Wednesday Bible study 7 30p.m. Equipped Nursery. Church of Christ in Christian Union 4905 Myrtle ave. Blue Ash Rev. Ronald Reese sunday school 9 30. Morning worship 10 30. Youth service 7 00 . Evening service 7 30 wednesday prayer meeting 7 30 . Madeira Church of Christ Christian 7421 e. Galbraith re. Jerry Lewis minister 9 30 . Bible school 10 35 . Amp 7 . Worship service youth groups 6 . Faith Bible Church 10820 Montgomery Road Robert 8. Lowery pastor 793-1969 a 321-3810 sunday school 9 30, morning worship 10 45, evening worship 7 30, wednesday prayer service 7 30. Silverwood presbyterian Kenwood a Galbraith ads. Rev. Richard e. Miller pastor sunday worship 10 00 . Infant Cara Church school 10 00 .r dial a prayer 791-2345. Kenwood Christian of Sciples of Christ �?�501 Montgomery Road. Robert Andrews pastor sunday schedules 15 . Church school All Ages 10 30 . Worship 6 30 . Christian youth Fellowship. Cincinnati friends meeting 8075 Keller Road Richard Faux pastor sunday school 9 45, worship 11 Nursery. Missionary Bible Church 4555 Kugler Mill Road 9 30 sunday school 10 30 worship 7 30 . Worship. Wednesday 7 30 . Prayer service. Sycamore United presbyterian 11800 Mason Road Between Fields Ertie re. A Montgomery re Rev. Theodore w. Kalsbeck pastor 9 30 a 11 00 Church services. Sunday school at both hours. The Kennedy Heights a presbyterian Church Kennedy Avenue end solar Vista Placa pastors Wilbur g. Hatt Brock of Donald h. Paterson sunday 9 30 and 11 00 . Simultaneous worship and Church school Nursery care. Junior and senior i youth group�?6 30 . All saints episcopal Church grand Vista a Parkman i. Sunday 8 . A 12 noon holy communion 10 15 . Holy communion and Church a school thurs. 10 ., 7 30 . Holy communion. The Good Shepherd 7701 Kan Wood Road pastors Rev. Robert Berkley Rev. Robert sell Hamor worship ser lets 8 30 and 11 00 . Sunday Chufe h school 9 45 . Lutheran Church of our redeemer 8989 Montgomery Road . Rolf .h. Lito. Pastors sunday worship services 8 and 10 30 . Nursery provided. 9 15 . Bible class sunday school. A Call pish 793-1136 for emergency help Northeast 4 suburban life wednesday May 19, 1971. Sharon Bridges a a Volunteer can select the Job suited to her a she nys. A i decided to become a big sister and i certainly Haven to regretted miss Wagner the welfare department s director of volunteers can be contacted at 628 Sycamore st. In downtown Cincinnati or by phoning 632-6370. Serving in Hawaii Marine pfc. Eddie j. Scott son of or. And mrs. Eddie Scott 6675 Kennedy ave., has reported for duty at Kaneohe Marine corps air station oahu Hawaii. Announcing Sandra Quot Sim Quot Bontle formerly of Village wig Shoppe hos joked the staff a Kay Hunt a Pat Goodman a Scott opera Gage manicurist at Laurel Leaf hair stylist 7809 Laurel ave Madeira evenings by appointment Call for appointment 271-8066 outdoor living show the tel0 a ursuline to Mark 75th year mrs. Ray w. Hobson 5650 Oak Vista an Alumna of ursuline Academy Points out a picture of her daughter mrs. Linden g. Sahlfeld 7720 Shumani in an old yearbook As her granddaughter miss Carol Sahlfeld reacts with glee at the sight of her Mother As a school Girt. Carol is a member of the 1971 senior class and is one of several third generation students enrolled at ursuline. On sunday May 23,. The Academy s 75th anniversary alumnae reunion will be held beginning with mass at 11 30 . Followed by Brunch. Miss Mary Beth Nordloh 9065 spooky Ridge is chairman of the Day and is assisted by mias Kathleen Bressler and miss Susan Behrends. Ursuline Academy k now located in Blue Ash on Pfeiffer rd., after having been at Oak and Reading re. In Cincinnati for 74 years. See displays by these area dealers Cincinnati air Craft a Nderson ferr y Marina Princeton Marine authorized travel trailer Hummel camper Center Murphy travel trailers Haskins hitching Post trailer showboat musical review saturday saturday morning at 10 am the cast from the showboat Majestic will perform a musical review in the Center Arcade. The stage from which they will perform will be a 15 foot replica of the showboat which is docked on the Ohio River next to the riverfront. Stadium. The showboat Majestic is the last of the original floating theatres and runs a full season of musicals and melodramas. The Majestic is owned by the City of Cincinnati and operated by the speech and theatre department of the University of Cincinnati. Barber shop quartets Friday Friday night the Center Arcade will ring with male voices As the Cincinnati it Apter of the specs qua conduct their annual a auditions for this is the Chance for every Man to try out his voice in Barber shop quartet singing. Several quartets will entertain shoppers with medleys of old favourites beginning at 7 pm. At 8 to 9 pm male shoppers will be invited to step into the raze Barber shop to give it a try. No musical knowledge is necessary end there is no charge or obligation. Its just for fun and Good times sponsored by the Cincinnati chapter of the society for the preservation and encouragement of Barber shop quartet singing in America. Kenwood Plaza a a

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