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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - May 26, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohio historical Soo Laty 1982 Velma ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 a ii to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 perusing one of their donations Are members of the memorial Library committee of the Montgomery woman s club and Douglas Robinson of the Sycamore Branch Library. The club has been purchasing books to be added to the volumes at the Library since 1963. Shown with Robinson Are seated mrs. Kendall Bone Dairman mrs. Duncan White or. And mrs. Dean Leonard. Choice of books is based on the needs of the Community and with 36,000 volumes in the Library they Endeavor to fill in Blank areas. For Madeira schools Exchange of views town meeting goal a total Exchange of views Between the school administration and concerned Voten of All persuasions is the purpose of the Madeira town meeting scheduled for 8 tonight in the High school. A the future of Madeira schools is the subject. A the Board has definitely heard the voters explained James Perin school Board president. We recognize that they Are unwilling to support All the programs encompassed in the two issues recently Defeated and we accept this position. Now we would like people who voted both Quot yes and Quot not or did no to vote at All this time to help us determine the immediate future of our school system. As it stands now drastic cuts could be mandatory. We done to feel the voters really want this but we May be wrong. We want to know and thus we have called this school Board members and the administration will attend. Perin also indicated that the Board has voted ite intention to resolve the present dilemma by a new vote on june 29 before too Many voters have gone on vacation. The amount of the Levy has not been determined. In other actions the Board voted to continue summer school for 1971. Serving Over 409 pupils the program costs the District voters $6,800 in local funds and brings $10,900 in state Aid into the District. It was Felt that although eliminating summer a school would be a definite Economy move in keeping with recent voter sentiment too Many students have already made plans to attend to affect the Economy involved. Serving ate communities of. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village auf gift Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silver on Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Mark or circulation integrity 441s Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio wednesday May 26,1971 display ads Ano news classified aos. Ssi <0234 731-7170 vol. In no. 42 40h my tremendous. To quote Jack Kaufmann on the response to his instant action Csini want and. In one Day s time our readers bought his dining room set desks chairs to set refrigerator rugs fans to w e r Mower. Even an Extension ladder. The Cost Only $1. That s As unbelievable As the instant action. Our number is 731-7170. Space ship Model at Kenwood Mai. Space Eric a scale Model of a ship built. By Chermely an eighth Grade student at st. Vincent Ferrer school is currently on display at Kenwood mall. Eric who is 13, was invited to visit the Nick Clooney show with his Model and Kenwood mall merchants were so impressed they invited him to put it on display in the shopping Center. Eric is the son of or. And mrs. . Chermely 7752 Montgomery re. His father is associated with travel King a travel Agency. On june 5 to those who gave their All. Down the corridors of time comes the memory of Brave men. The Many who throughout our nation s history have Given their All sacrificed their very urns for Honor Home and country. Their acts their courage and their beliefs Are Ever an inspiration. Those servicemen of our Community who in More recent times have fought and died in the cause of Freedom Are part of this Noble company. On memorial Day we reflect upon their deeds with deep respect and lasting gratitude. And proudly we Salute them. Early copy please because the a suburban life office will be closed May 31 in Observance of memorial Bay the news and. Picture deadline for the Issue of june 2 has been advanced to noon Friday May 28. Your cooperation will be appreciated. Seek recreation head so Lve toil Coli ice i the Madeira recreation commission is accepting applications for position of recreation director. Applications May be obtained at the municipal building Miami and Euclid. Deadline for submitting applications is june 4. Fill 5 gab. Gas with of change filter initiates legislation to Annex 27 acres 1 within your shopping ares 71 -9s04 be 1 -c154 a a 1 -203 double Stamps Yates Comet 4384 e. Galbraith 984-9987 your family bicycle Headquarters featuring Ujj Chuku Lvuv. Quality bicycle expert repair service on All makes Lont comfy cycler 9572 Montgomery re. 793-3855 Silverton Council thursday took the first step in officially making an unincorporated Ana of Stewart Road a part of Silverton. The first Reading of an ordinance approving annexation of the 27 acres was read and accepted unanimously. Hamilton county commissioners previously had granted permission to Silverton. For this addition to their City. After two More be being considered readings of the ordinance he suggested that Council and if it is still approved the 1-71 interchange and 900 feet of the territory North of it will become part of Silverton. Kenneth Dye Silverton police chief told Council that District. 13 crime control Council is being disbanded. Reorganization support the Hamilton county commissioners in their efforts to set up a planning Agency. Dye suggested that Silverton enter into a contract with Cincinnati for the use. Of the City workhouse. He noted that Many times the county jail is overcrowded and at the present time this is the Only place Silverton can Send prisoners. Imported tire tread sandals 4 a Quot Bristol Quot Are Greet. But my Gal keeps looking at my feet instead of my big Blue eyes. Gee whirl come see our entire selection sandals. Priced from 5.99 to 10.99 Kenwood mall Milid aii lumber comp any lumber end plywood Cut to size carpenters recommended for Ell types of remodelling. �?�909 Blue Ash re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 let us convert your Street shoes into Golf shoes eat e Greet savings a it s much Cheeper Riessinger shoe service 39s4 e. Galbraith re. Dillon Val shopping Center __71-1 Iso gala Parade to open Ridge Day activities by Jean Turner there a going to be a hot time in pleasant Ridge come june 5. That a when Ridge Day will be celebrated and the whole Community aided and abetted by outside groups is digging in to make it the Best in Ridge history. Mrs. Terri Parker 6309 Kincaid rd., is general chairman with mis. Marjorie de Jonckheere serving As co chairman activities will begin with a , with Nick Clooney Deer Park seeks Park leaders Deer Park is seeking one male playground Counselor and one female playground Leader to assist with recreational activities in Chamberlain Park for the 11-week season beginning june 14. The work schedule will vary due to die new Park hours of 9 to 8 30 and the duties will include Pool and area supervision handicraft organizing activities events Etc. Applicants should be High school graduates have some experience working with children and preferably be residents of Deer Park area. For applications or further information Contact j. Henry Camp municipal budding Matson and Beech 791-1081. R life i Mes 1 Council was asked by the county commissioners to approve a raise for housing prisoners in the county jail from $3.50 to $5 per Day. Silverton residents will not have to Crosa or drive Over tarred streets in their City in the future. Councilman Paul s Teman said because Only Asphalt Black Topping will be used. Steman believes the collection of old newspapers in Silverton will Start by the end of june. He again stated that in no Way does the City want to hinder the paper drives of charitable groups. The main object of the paper pickup will be to keep garbage collections Down and add some monies to Silverton a coffer. Mayor Richard Benken announced that Silverton Council will begin its summer schedule of one meeting a month starting in councilman Joe Fariello said passes for the Silverton Park swimming Pool will be sold at the municipal building from 7 . To 9 . Friday May 28 and from 9 . To 4 . Saturday May 29. Price of these passes Are adult $12.60 teens $9.60 children $7.50. Members of Sycamore vow Post 3744, 8556 Blue Ash rom will join other vow posts in the 60th annual Sale of buddy poppies thursday Friday and. Saturday. The Sale which benefits disabled veterans their families and widows and orphans of the deceased will be conducted at Dillonvale Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Blue Ash Silverton and tri county shopping Center according to commander Harold tyra. A or. Harold b. Spitz 2859 Burkhart ave., Ridge of the department of radiology at Cincinnati general Hospital in the us medical Center is in charge of registration for a refresher course in radiology designed to acquaint radiologist with the newest techniques. Hie course will be offered june 1-6. A Michelle Mueller of the Madeira High girls track team set a new school and City record for the running High jump with four it. 11 inches and Vicki Clever set a new record for this year for the 220-Yard dash. Hie records were broken in a meet with Amelia which Madeira won continued on Page 2 Wco to personality serving a As Parade marshal. He Garry pleasant Ridge resident and Cincinnati councilman is master of ceremonies. The Parade is the first to be held in the Ridge for More than 15 years. It will Start at 10 . From nativity school parking lot. Hie line of March is Down Woodford to grand Vista up to m o n t g Ery to Lester Down Lester to Parkview to Beacraft to the Park Entrance. Oola Khan Grotto has made Ridge Day one of its projects and the entire hand will March along with other drum and Bugle corps. Decorated floats will also be featured and marchers will include 500 knot Holers and some 300 boy and. Girl scouts. Over 2000 people will March making the Parade the largest Ever held in the Ridge. The pleasant Ridge Kennedy Heights kiwanis club will be represented by Ted High Homer Stevens and Frank Niesz who will serve As judges for the various Parade entries. Two show wagons have been secured through the cooperation of the c i n. I n n a t i. Recce at i o n. Commission. One will be placed on Montgomery rd., As a. Reviewing stand for judges. Hie other will serve As a stage in the Park itself for opening ceremonies and activities throughout the Day. Expected guests for the ceremonies Are senator Robert a. Taft and congressman William Keating. Hie festival itself will feature Day Long entertainment and activities. E n t Ert ailment will be provided by Larry Smith and his puppets and the Cool. Ghoul both of Wco to a magic show and continuous Talent drug arrest Thomas Mem 32, 3826 s. Berkeley cir., Silverton was arrested sunday at his Home and charged with Possession of marijuana. He will appear in Hamilton county municipal court. Burglary reported burglars entered the c. Schmidt co., 11400 grooms rd., Over the weekend and made off with the Money in two soft drink machines As Well As a Black a Decker Drill. Thmothy a. Garry Nick Clooney a h o is. To n de r a. I is combo will provide music for dancing from 8 to 9 . Competitive games for children will be featured along with various Booths including one manned by senior citizens offering goods made by the seniors. Mrs. Parker a committee includes Mes. Helen Werden Margaret Egbers. Linda v a. U Jhn Audrey Hilderbrand Norma Acosta Chari Gene Bush and Fay Hohweiler. Hie playground mothers and pleasant Ridge Community Council Are cooperating in planning and organizing the event. Booklets bearing the Ridge Emblem designed by Dave Magill of Bellewood ave., a newcomer to the Community Are being distributed to stimulate interest and promote the a ale of prize tickets., which is being headed by mrs. Shirley Suddeth 6265 Kincaid. Mrs. Parker stated that the group Hopes to raise $20,000 to furnish and equip the proposed new recreation Center in Ridge Park. She said the Ridge is the Only Community that has held a fund raising event for a recreational Center. In other words pleasant Ridge wants a piece of the recreation pie and a willing to Supply the plate. Quot we try to keep the look you bought of Quot sparkle cleaners professional custom dry cleaners and launderers a we car about your cloth our Only location 4343 a. Galbraith re. Corner 81 a Ash re. Plenty of parking a tot a shopping cd nth a by Jachin Thomas going out of town Thi weekend play it safa lot fire Itono a Lvi your car a a physical Quot tonight. They i c teh the tires Changa the Oil and to sure your car is Road worthy. And do Tahr a la Tom something along if you re going to to a House gut. Select a gift from nou Mark s gift department a. Bon. Of Candy from rare Iceni a or a gift from Spencer gifts and you la be a a Welcome guest. C if you re planning to do your own thing in your own backyard. Thrift Way _ can make Fife easy for you. Tes i Case you a a Quot a a Sjo a a w for their Mouth watering Dill pickles some of their homemade salads tender roast beef and do Jerious Ham they la be open sunday a monday from 10 . To pm. And now for another fantastic Ideal Jih a they a. . You can even and monday from 11 from 10 . To 6 30 assure you of a Good weekend the Ren Wood Mali merchants have Pue Stethe a Ujj a �7100 Mah i it in it in Cate to few tis weak cod at Thi Kan Wood a att a a with the Quot in Quot crowd. The weather is always dry and she a temperature a perfect 72 degrees. Ais and Quot a Quot a a Quot a i

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