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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - September 06, 1978, Cincinnati, Ohio2 suburban life wednesday september 6, 1978 area Cookbook featured in top Magazine Lif suburb with Maureen Hehman As native chauvinistic and Cincin nations ail know our City is not Only the Home of Fine restaurants it s the Home of great Cooks. If you really want to Cook up something special just Pul out one of our ethnic cookbooks compiled by area women a groups. I use these cookbooks More than my big fat comprehensive one so that the pages of my a a Cincinnati Cookbook for instance Are dog eared and smudged with traces of Batter or Demaise sauce. Three Vears ago the Rockdale Temple sisterhood came up with an idea for a unique Cookbook featuring hours do oeuvres. The Book is appropriately called a zip the beginning. The Cookbook was an ins Tant Success. It is now in its third year with an and sary in nov. And into printing with 52,000 co a print. So interesting is the Book that it attract staff of a a ladies Home journal which will feature the Book in its oct. 1978 edition. There will be a four Page color photo Story and reprinting of selected recipes Cookbook editor Barbara Rosenberg relates. Barbara and All the women who helped put the Book together Are justifiably proud of their accomplishment and thankful. The women presented three braille copies of the Book to the Library for the Blind. The Cookbook is advertised in the prestigious a gourmet Magazine and in a Chicago based Magazine it is being sold throughout the United states including the Island state of Hawaii. Since the a ladies Home journal has a readership of about 20 million readers a in the beginning will surely be in Ever greater demand. Congratulations ladies speaking of enterprising ladies who Are doing a lot for their communities the women of great Rivers girl scout Council will be honoured by Shilliton a sept. 22 at a fashion show and party. The theme of the Day is a the Many faces and places in girl if you Are involved in girl scouting and wish to attend Contact great Rivers Council or Reader reaction of enough time to certify a a petitions for 9 Maderia Council clerked Hillman has pointed out an inaccuracy in last weeks Story dealing with the aim Madeira situation. A sentence read a aim had originally hoped to invalidate the ordinances by referendum vote but disagreements Between the opposing groups As to the Validity of the referendums has stalled the referendum procedure so that even if legitimacy could be established they could not be certified for the nov. Ballot within 90 Days of the vote As required by Hillman Points out that under the Madeira charter the petitions would not have progressed through the administrative Procesa in time for the nov. Ballot in any instance. In a letter or. Hillman stoles a the petitions were filed with my office on aug. 3, which is just 96 Days from the nov. Election Date. The Madeira City charter charges the clerk of Council with the responsibility to Rule if such petitions Are valid within 10 Days and then present such ruling along with certification of such at the next meeting of Council. Council must then refer such fet Tiona if valid to a Public earing then report the recommendations of the committee to Council at its next regular meeting and then must take action no later than the second regular meeting Taue reference. Ible set Forth in the City charter it would not be until the sept. 11 meeting that i would make my recommendation not until the oct. 2 meeting that the committee recommendations were made and not until the oct. 17 or nov. 6 meeting of Council before any action would be Token. That being either two weeks or one Day before the election Date there would not have been time to certify the petitions to the Board of elections under any circumstances. A the fact of the matter is that aim would have had to ii resent the petitions to me no Ater than May 6 in order to have had them eligible for placement before the voters at the general election on nov. 7 of this year. Since All of the ordinances which aim hoped to have reversed were passed at the june meeting of Council there was no Way that any referendum petitions initiated after their passage could have been on the november ballot even had i determined them to be league cheers woman principal to the editor june 23, 1978, marked the sixth anniversary of the passage of title in an education amendment which made sex Dis Crima Tion in federally assisted education programs illegal. As we approach the beginning of another school year the league of women voters of the Cincinnati area reaffirms its position of support for the enforcement of title in. It is obvious that there Are continuing problems of sex discrimination in education in the areas of 1 athletics 2 vocational education Clasara 3 steering by guidance coun seniors i n t o a t e re o t y p e d. A n d traditional careers choices 4 the Lack of women in school a d m i n. I it r a t i be positions principals superintendents Etc a noteworthy exception is the appointment of Emily Spicer As principal of Taft High school the first suburban founded August 2,1961 4415 Montgomery rd., Norwood Ohio 45212 Send ail Masitto Box 12010, Cincinnati 0.45212 Cinti. Suburban Netty Nefs. Llcy i Cincinnati subscript to Subt ban Newt Pafko $10prys>r it single copyist represented atm atty toy u s suburban press. Inc cwt fed aus of Etc Joslow. 0w� Lilii Pipor a office Hows newx.actan.a0v. 9 my to s it a is cast Mondoy thru fray classified 731 7170 editor. Maureen Heriman specie assignments. A. Gad Jordan advertising director. A. A. Match Sun advertising representatives. Gloria Abrams cup Finice. No Yanhko secy a Dorothy Mccaffrey. Chuck Gruber. Hal Ziegler president a pub Sher. Johnh Wolf vice president. Asst to publisher. Emdy Asbury Wolf eaacutm1 ice president. A general mgr. A Mam. H. Over advertising representatives Ohio newspaper service inc 196 South he a Street. Columbus 43215. Ohio and Manean newspaper representatives. 404 fifth Avenue. New York 10018 eague women voters con Katula Tes mrs. Spicer on to achievement and commends the Cincinnati Board of education and administration for taking this step Forward. Ftfe Ifft years after the passage of women a suffrage is High time that sex discrimination in All phases of american life is erased. We urge citizens to insist that title in by fully implemented. How does your school District measure up Ella Brown president league of women voters of the Cincinnati area new makers Elizabeth launch of Elbrecht dr., received a scholarship to the University of Delaware freshman honors program. Thanks to Jaycees for olympics to the editor i would like to voice my expression of appreciation to the Kenwood Madeira Jaycees for their efforts in sponsoring the Junior olympics held aug. 26, at the Madeira City Park. Being a Parent of a couple of a entries a in the 3-4 year old category i can say it was extremely refreshing to see children exposed to perhaps their first taste of competitive athletics in a setting and atmosphere designed to make everyone a this positive approach taken by the Kenwood Madeira Jaycees clearly reflects the healthy attitude that the people of Madeira have for our children. It is indeed people like the Jaycees who Are the positive a a doers in our commit pity. Perry l. Ancona 6820 Marvin ave. Or. Ancona is a Madeira City councilman senior citizen bowl league expansion interest in the Kenwood senior citizen Rowling league has resulted in a plan to expand the league from 24 to 36 teams of four players per team a a get acquainted afternoon will be held to promote the a league Fri. Sept. 8, 12 15 . At Ken re of lanes 891-7500. Interested participants aged 55 or older May enjoy three free games of Bowling. League games Are played Friday afternoons. Department. Admission is free. Now that soccer season is upon us soccer mania is seizing the suburbs. This is the first year our family has been involved in soccer and As everybody predicted its great fun oth to watch and to play. Thank you to All the Parent coaches and helpers who make soccer available to our children. If your child plays soccer done to forget to thank the coach Ana offer to help out some time. After All those coaches Are giving up their gardening or Beer sipping or disco dancing or bum the Midnight Oil time to provide a wonderful experience to the youngsters on their teams. Area youth among super rent a kids the 1978 a rent a kids. Of the year have been chosen on the basis of outstanding Job performances and responsible positive attitudes. Six a super kids were chosen from among More than 1300 youths presently enrolled in the rent a kid program. Among them was area resident Stuart Van Weele 16, son of Jean and marinas Van Weele of n. Mingo Madeira who has. Been a rent a kid for three years. Runners up include David Harris of Silver tan and Jay Thompson of Kennedy Heights. Honorable mentions were awarded to Mamet Lynem of Silvert oaf Bradley Powell of pleasant Ridge and Bill Stiles of Kenwood. Rent a kid which is sponsored Quot by the committee on youth provides Odd jobs for 14-16 year old youths throughout the year. Bohlen named Tim Burke coordinator Maureen Bohlen 6456 grand Vista has been named Volunteer coordinator of the Tim. Burke for Congress Campaign. V in making the an ment Burke who is opposing incumbent Willis re Dison said a Maureen will be in charge of All Volunteer workers and the scheduling of their activities. Its an important Job for us but she a capable and has the background and experience to be of great value to Maureen comes from a politically Active family she has worked in various political campaigns including those of councilwoman Bobbie Sterne. She is currently working As councilwoman Sterne a office a close As your Telephone Zairu Snow Shine ire deliver anytime. Reading feed Mill a Headquarters for wild Bird seed Quot dog food Sale Ken l biscuit dim of Champ lofts 50 lbs. $1040 Purina High pro or Chow 50 lbs. $11.50 Purina raid amp farm 50 lbs. $8.96 Purina fit amp trim 25 lbs. 100 lbs. $2030 100 lbs. $22.50 100 lbs. $17.40 Wayna Bitas amp chunks 50 lbs lbs. $10.55 Mit Bonas 251b Box $10.50 100 lbs $20.70 Small mad., Large fall grass seed special grass mix.$1.25 la. 40% by. Blue 40% red fescue 20% Rye ky31 fescue .55 la. Creeping red fescue. 90 la. By. Bluegrass 98% purity. $1.50 la. Rye grass per.65 la. Straw Bale .$2.25 Reading feed Mill . 7 to to 1 sol 730 to 12j0 �?�399rm< a to �5215 prom 733-5520or 7334170 prices Good september 6,7,8,9 pork loin whole or rib half., 129 freshly ground beef.89� i baby beef liver.89� Bacon Judy a sliced slab. 1.09 Boneless top round. A a a for frying or Swiss la. 129 All lean tender stewing beef. 1.69 spiced Ham or minced 129 Campbells Chicken Noodle soup 5c�� 99 asparagus White Villa. A. Cut my Green #303 can 59 applesauce whits Villa. 25 02. Jar 49 Sweet pickles it jar.79 pringles twin Pak. 79 Pine sol 15 of. Boito 79 bananas. 2lbs. 49 wealthy cooking apples jew 59 red potatoes. Com 1.45 orders received after 12 noon will be delivered the following Day Beer delivered by the Case same Low Price 7234 Ohio ave., Deer Park open Fri Eves till 9 Kings table smorgasbord a Resta fiant Gold Circle mall 5351 Highland ave. At Ridge re. Quot schools opening save carefully those Back to shool expenses always come As a Shock. But just think what it will be like when your youngsters Are ready for College but there is one simple Way to be ready for sudden Bills or Large expenses a save for it. Regularly. With one of our convenient savings programs. Even a Small amount deposited each payday will soon grow into a sizeable amount. Such a Comfort when you re faced with big Bills no matter if you choose our convenient passbook savings or automatically renewable 90-Day certificates of Deposit you la earn the highest rates allowed by Law at citizens state. And we re a member of . So your Money will be insured to $40,000. Start saving today for your tomorrow. It la be Here sooner than you think a Lull Fiill ess amp sub a in ill Jim a a to Jai m a a Mil the Little Deifik with the me Newert member Bank Silverton Montgomery Kenwood d

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