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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - October 20, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohio historical society1932 vel a avo. Co Luabun. 3 a i Madeira High school cheerleaders brought Home four Superior ribbons and five second place ribbons from the annual cheer leading Camp at Muski Ngum College new Concord Ohio. The girls Are from left front Row Colleen Mcgee Shannon Mahaffey Gina orse Annette Gillie top Row Candy Trainer varsity Captain Julie Kaes and Marilyn Emery. Missing from picture Are Robin Oury . Captai Debbie Gardner and Kathy Kohler. Over 700 other cheerleaders from All Over the country competed. Purpose of the clinics is to improve techniques and teach new skills in cheer leading. Speaker for opening of town Hall series Ray Bolger the Strawman of a the wizard of Ozz will be the speaker at the first program of the town Hall lecture series sponsored by the Montgomery woman a club inc., wednesday and thursday oct. 27 and 28, in the Kenwood theatre. His topic will be a Ray Bolgert a world. He will describe his experiences during nearly a half Century of entertaining As actor dancer and comedian. Bolgert a first successes were on the Broadway stage in George Whites scandals a on your toes and the stage production of a a where Scharley a produced by his wife Gwen Rickard. After a number of movies he returned to Broadway after hosting his own television show and presenting his one Man act across the country. Among awards received for his performances Are the drama critics award for the beat musical comedy performance and the decency in entertainment award. Mrs. Richard Conklin town Hall chairman is wednesdays chairman of the Day. Mrs. Delmar Halak vice chairman of the medea will head thursday a act Vitier. We d n i d a a a Ushers include Mes. Prank Berry Lewis Brokaw John Dreyer jr., Robert i Hen Harold Mullins Louis Oswald William Spence Clifford Vaughan and substitutes Mes. Jerry agin and Harry Pansing. Thursdays Ushers Are Mes. Harry Barnaclo Ray Bolger Richard Aneshansel Edward Glancy Rufus Murphy Roland Poe i Man Richard Ritter Donald Shively Richard Whiting and mme. Martin Nelson and Edward Scheid. Following each lecture a celebrity luncheon honouring Bolger will be held at Madeira Manor. Mrs. Robert Goosman is wednesdays t u n Che on chairman and mrs. David Schlotman will Host the thursday luncheon. Seeking passage of Levy for hospitals mrs. Paul Henry 3828 Odin ave., is serving As Silverton chairman of the Campaign for the passage of the renewal Levy for the operation of Genera Hospital Drake memorial Hospital and the tuberculosis control program. Several other residents will embark on a House to House canvass to inform voters of the 2.83 Mill renewal which will appear on the nov. 2 county wide ballot. No additional taxes Are sought. The 2.83 Mills actually represents a .11 Mill decrease from the Levy now in effect other area chairmen include or. Richard Baker 7012 Shawnee rd., area 4 advisor eve Kitchen 3738 Lavenant area 7 Jim Wolfe 3661 Lavenant Kennedy Heights or. Harold Spitz 6331 grand continued on Page 5 electrical problems a residential a commercial free estimates s or. To Fay mrs. Paul Henry a amp Rillet a 731-6660 fresh organic vegetables. Organic health and diet foods. Vit Ini and supplements. Organic fertilize Are ferret liquid. Mcdonald s a sat Kenwood re. 7si-�at to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 serving the comm nit ios of Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy height a Silverton Kenwood Deer Park rom Moynet Dimon Mley Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio wednesday. October 20, 1971 display aos Ano news classified aos. 531-0234 731-7170 vol. X no. 12 in Madeira ordinance Ifould make sewers mandatory where available by Carol Pucci an ordinance that would prohibit outside sanitary facilities such As cesspools and septic tanks when sanitary sewers Are available within a reasonable distance was passed to the second Reading by Madeira City Council monday night and referred to the Laws and contracts committee for further study. A a r veterans Day will he observed at the Public Library a main Branch 8th amp Vine sts., oct. 25, at 10 45 . Tie service will include taps presentation of colors by a Marine corps color guard an address by Cincinnati a new police chief col. Carl v. Go Quot Din and presentation of wreaths by two organizations. Visitors will receive a free Book of homage. Coll Ege Conser v a tory of music will hold auditions for admission for the 1972-73 academic year for High school seniors nov. 13, Jan. 22 end feb. 12. For information and appointments Call Thomas g. Owen assistant Dean 475-2683. Or. Richard b. Baker 7012 Shawnee run rd., is serving on the committee for the inauguration of Uchs new president Warren g. Bennis to be held nov. 5, at 7 ., in the Campus fieldhouse. Or. Baker is associate vice president for Community relations. Antiquing buffs can learn How to antique new and old furniture at the magi color antiquing clinic to be held at Shilliton a Kenwood mall wednesday oct. 27, at 10 30 ., in the paint and hardware department. Quick and easy Steps to refinishing furniture with a professional touch will be demonstrated. Or. Donald w. Ray 4315 e. Galbraith has authored an article which appears in the october Issue of the american chiropractic association journal. The article a half Way Home a discusses aspects of insurance legislation. The Aca journal is a National professional publication directed to doctors of Chiro practice. Deer Park school tax Levy has the support of the Northeast suburban Community Council according to Gerald Goldfinger chairman. The vote was taken after Louis Manning discussed the Levy with the group at their regular meet ins the ordinance would make operation of a privy vault cesspool septic tank or any device which recycles waste for leaching and is located on property having Access to a sewer unlawful and subject to no More than a $50 per Day Fine pending a 180 Day notice by the City manager. The ordinance if passed would also make it unlawful for any person to operate an outside sanitary facility that is offensive to neighbouring property owners no matter where ita location. Council decided to carry the ordinance through three full readings so that property owners and occupants now maintaining outside facilities where sewers Art available would have ample time to consider councils plan of action. Street widening also passed to a second Reading was an ordinance that would provide for the widening of Euclid re. East and West of Kenwood re. And the widening of Kenwood re. South of Euclid re. The City would assume the entire Cost of construction less the amount of state Issue 1 funds determined to be eligible for participation in the improvement. In other action Council passed an ordinance authorizing the Hamilton county Board of commissioners to design make Cost estimates construct and inspect the construction of sewer improvements within City limits. The ordinance came continued on Page 5 signing on the dotted line is mayor Richard Ben Ken of Silverton while Rose Newman Deputy clerk and James Kowalski assistant county administrator and director of emergency employment act witness his signature. Silverton will now receive $33,000 in Federal funds under the emergency employment act and will use the Money to hire two labourers two equipment operators and two truck Drivers for a period of two years. In Deer Park Council approves Galbraith rezoning by Marshall Baldwin suspending the Rule of three readings Deer Park Council thursday okayed the rezoning of the South Side of Galbraith re. Between Beech st. And Blue Ash re. Speeding up of this ordinance was done at the request of councilman Robert Ward. This ordinance Calls for the re zoning of several cels of property to a a of office. The planning Don Holbrook now shows no outward evidence of the terrible injuries he sustained in an automobile Accident in january. His wife Harriet shown with him says his face was totally unrecognizable As his head was swollen and facial features were not distinguishable. He was in a coma for five weeks. Kenwood Man aided in fight to save life on january 16 Don Holbrook 8565 Hermitage le., a 39-year-old Kenwood insurance executive arrived at the general Hospital emergency unit at 12 48 . Brought in by the Blue Ash life squad he had fractures of the right left Collar Bone wrist five ribs and facial Bones a but he did no to know it because these were his less serious injuries. The injury most threatening to his life was severe bruising of the brain which left him in a coma for five weeks. Holbrook had been involved in an Auto Accident Cross county Highway on that had demolished his car trapping him inside. The roof of the car had to be removed to free him. He was one of nearly 100,000 emergency cases treated at general Hospital in the past year. Fortunately most cases were not As severe As his. Breathing problems a breathing problems resulting from the brain injury and accompanying coma prevented him from maintaining an adequate level of oxygen in the blood Stream a a said or. Robert a. Mclaurin director of the neurosurgical division at general. A this life was literally saved by prolonged intensive management of his breathing difficulties in the surgical intensive care unit Here at the Anaesthesiology department headed by or. . Brian Craythorne and the neurosurgical division Milldale lumber company lumber and plywood Cut to size carpenters recommended for All Type of remodelling. A sos Blue a had. Rot Moyne 791-8122 supervised his care at this critical time. The management of this patient included intently close observation and treatment by unit nurses consistent prolonged and meticulous care by the doctors modern breathing apparatus and the most sophisticated methods of testing oxygen Content of the blood a or. Mclaurin emphasized. Holbrooks wife Harriet said a we and All our friends and at least half of my husband s 800 clients who came to see him know How fortunate he was to have the expert care available at Holbrook is employed by the Prudential insurance co. Respirator needed husband was put on an Emerson Respirator. Because the machine was new and All parts had not arrived or. Craythorne made the parts necessary for the machines operation a mrs. Holbrook said in an interview. A a when i first saw my husband in the emergency unit his face was totally unrecognizable. No facial features were distinguishable and his head had begun to swell. His body was a purple mass and very swollen. A the spent five weeks in the intensive care unit and several weeks More in the Ward. When he arrived Here we did no to expect him to live. he is alive and Happy and. Extremely grateful to the staff at general Hospital. A the walks now and drives a Little. He is not yet Able to return to work but his recovery has been much faster than expected in. View of his multiple injuries. A we did no to expect this much recovery in three years a mrs. Holbrook said. She is a former employee of general where she worked As a research assistant for 12 to walk after gaining enough strength to begin relearning to walk Holbrook went to Drake hospitals d e p a r t m ent of physical Medicine and rehabilitation for physical therapy. He had treatments there for two and one half months mrs. Holbrook said. Or. Morris Stein is director of this department at Drake. Or. Mclaurin said there is 1 i t tie d out Holbrooks survival was entirely dependent on this intensive respiratory treatment which could not have been achieved except in a setting with appropriate equipment and under the direction of expert and trained personnel. Pari commission was opposed to this zone change and the ordinance had been tabled at a previous attempt to pass it. Ward asked that this legislation be voted on at this time so he could go on record As favouring it before he re enters the Hospital for further surgery. Councilman Ward was not sure How Many meetings he would be forced to miss but he said life carriers honoured Sor Good service Mark Wylie 6226 Kay Wood ave., took top honors for excellence in delivery of Northeast suburban life for the july August period. Mike Peters 7972 wild Orchard le., was runner up. Area winners Are Silverton Gary Ware 3953 s. Fordham Deer Park Gary Bagnolia 4437 Clifford Dillonvale Brian a a earn 7402 Briarpatch Rossmoyne Ron Benz 4216 Widhoff Blue Ash Bill puck Tai 3585 Lobelia m o n i g e r y p e t e Gallagher 10674 adventure be. N. Kenwood Jeff Maxwell 5553 Bayberry a Kenwood Jack Burnham 7153 Juniper View Madeira Mike Stanton 7226 rita Amberley v Village to m Lacey 3770 Gardner. High achievement winners Are Russ Mintkenbaugh 9520 West Jerry Rector 6209 Caribou Eric Hillman 7144 Summit Ken Medert 7113 Mayfield and Bob Wittenberg 6031 Plainfield. He would be unable to Campaign for his re election because he would still be recuperating past election time nov. 2. At the insistence of councilman Joseph Kamp a Resolution was passed to continued on Page 5 Blue Ash rezoning hearings Blue Ash Council will hold two Public hearings nov. 18, one of which involves rezoning of property owned by mayor Charles Proctor. At the first hearing at 8 ., in the first National Bank meeting room adoption of a revised zoning map will be considered. The map constitutes a Complete revision of zoning districts and is on file at the clerks office at the City building 9602 Kenwood re. The second hearing at 9 ., is to consider a zone change from residence to planned commercial of All of the Blair and Lewis subdivision South of the Cross county Highway and part of the Blair and Lewis subdivision adjacent to Malsbary Park North of Cross county Highway. Mayor Charles Proctor owns property on Kenwood rd., near Myca drive which he has tried unsuccessfully to have rezoned to permit erection of a medical building. I sir Mari at the i ii us itt t t tits Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping Ama 71-504. 561-6154, ssi-s203 4 a Recti item ran f to Mai. Tria motor ion tm-4jc0 my Monu omary ref 4 at my behind Ohio station Jvn in pm tit it 6 a emf something new and really unique in shopping Center activities is being held at Kenwood mall today through saturday october 23. In cooperation with the a Good Guys from. Ken Mont Dodge the mall is staging a Dodge fashion fair for 1972. At the fair the Complete 1972 Dodge lineup will be on View in an outstanding display including the Brand new imported Dodge Colt and the totally restyled luxury Model Monaco. Dodge girls modelling hot pants will act As hostesses and a Dodge representative will be on hand to answer your questions about the exciting Dodge array. Hourly drawings will be held with each Winner receiving a $10 gift certificate redeemable at any of the 42 Kenwood mall stores. Saturday evening the local grand prize drawing will win a Lucky shopper a $200 mall gift certificate. All the hourly drawing winners a it a a eligible to win the National Dodge fair grand prize a custom equipped 1972 Dodge polara Hardtop to be awarded Early next year. Something special has been planned for children on monday at the mall. To celebrate veterans Day Wco television personality Uncle al will be it the Mali to perform a live show at 3 00 entertaining the children while thei mothers shop. Remember the Dodge fashion fair today through saturday and Uncle alas children a show on monday in o in a Quot a 2 2 2 2 o saturday and Uncle alas children a october 25. paid advertisement

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