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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - September 22, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary his historical so61sty 982 Velma ave. Oiurab�3 f Ohio 43211 let to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 Altti a serving the communities of Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Sili it Ert on Ken Wood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio wednesday september 22,1971 display ads and news_________531-0234 classified ads .731-7170 vol. X no. 8blue Ash Council s hands tie candidate for school Board at Deer Park Dale Junker 47, 8415 Wexford ave., is a candidate for the Deer Park schools Board of education. He served on the finance committee from 1966 to 1969. Appointed to the Board of education to fill a vacancy created by the resignation of or. Ketterer he is currently serving As vice president and chairman of the finance committe. He was graduated from Norwood High school and attended the University of Cincinnati. Junker has be n associated with Procter and Gamble since 1942 and has held various positions in the accounting Field. He is presently employed As financial analyst in the Industrial food division. He was named director of the Lenox building and loan company in april 1970, and name Secretary treasurer in february 1971, Junker is married to the former Dorothy Mccracken and is the father of four children Michael Mark Marty and Melanie. Dale Junker no help for Plainview residents no Money no building bridging the generation Gap Quot big brother Quot Dan Dreyer of Madeira and Quot Little brother Quot Eddie have been successful in bridging the generation Gap thanks to a common interest in mechanics. Repairing washers for resale aroused Eddie s interest and developed his self Confidence enough to tackle More complicated mechanical problems. There Are 250 boys on the waiting list at big Brothers of greater Cincinnati inc. If you Are interested give them a Call 421-4120. Helping fatherless boys big Brothers can unlock ability self Confidence whenever two people get together so it is said there is a basis for a Story. When the two people Are a big brother and a Little brother the Story is More often than not a Success Story. Big Brothers of greater Cincinnati help fatherless boys. Every time a Man volunteers his time to be a big brother the potential growth of some Young boy is expanded. The history of big Brothers is filled with living Success stories. Perhaps the following May be the beginning of one such Success Story. According to a review on Eddie when he first requested a big brother. He spent a Good Deal of time tinkering with his Bike. A year later Eddie was finally chosen by a big brother Dan Dreyer of Madiera. He chose Eddie expecting him to have Good mechanical in Teresta but when they first met Elan was disappointed Eddie s interest seemed to have been lost. His tinkering with bicycles had apparently stopped. Perhaps too Many old parts did no to fit. Perhaps too Many tools did no to work. Nonetheless the interest was lost Dreyer asked the boy if he would be interested in helping him fix big brother a car. Eddie evaded the Issue at first talking about a Friend of the family a no Man s opinion is a better than the information be has. 5 in addition to having the tools and materials you need for almost any Job t tie a Hwi Friendly ones a at George Meyer co. Will help you with advice or information on How to do the Job Best. If you need it. Company with ams Ville �?�02 Ohio pm. 752-350 a 561-7200 Madeira �?�940 Miami Ava store hours a a mon. Thru Fri. 8 to c q sat. A to s 30 a Sun. 10 to 4 m Zef offs Quality jewellers Swifton shopping Center 731-1800 a offers this a end of summer Quot special Sale free and television Black White portable absolutely free with any Diamond ring Purchase of $199.00 or More in our. Stock. This week Only hundreds of styles o choose from Diamond bridal sat Trio Reg. $400 Sale $233 Diamond bridal sat naw design Reg. $500 Sale $333 Diamond ring 4�?prong solitaire Reg. $299 Sale $199 matched a Diamond weeding bands Reg. $150 Sale $99 each a request by pro Perty owners for sewers along Plainview dr., in Blue Ash was tabled by Council in a special meeting thursday night before a crowded room of irate residents. The sewers would raise the value of the Plainview property which the City of Cincinnati is interested in buying for Industrial purposes. Under a contract made in who used to race cars. But big brother got Eddie Back on the subject. Eddie said he liked cars but Felt he Wasny to Good enough to work on them. Big brother Dreyer having mechanical interests and abilities did no to want to see eddies interest buried. If he get Eddie interested in fixing the car he might get v Eddie interested in something else. One Day big brother a Washer broke. Fixing it he knew would not be a big task. He knew enough about washers and dryers to know exactly what to do and what not to do. Why not have Little brother fix it it was Worth a try. When he was approached Eddie was apprehensive he never fixed a Washer before. Big brother started talking and explained what was continued on Page 6 1966 Between the cities of Cincinnati and Blue Ash Blue Ash City Council agreed to effect the vacating of All Street r i g it a w ays except Mckinley st., in tract 3 which includes Plainview and Aid the City in acquiring remaining privately owned properties in the tract in Exchange for a Cincinnati owned piece of land which is now the site of the Blue Ash civic Center. The property is now resident Tal and had homeowners living on it when the contract was made in 1966. City solicitor Robert Mcconaughy urged the residents to make a counter offer to the City of Cincinnati which said in a letter to the residents that $15,000,000 is the maximum Price that will be offered. When the counter offer is made then an impartial appraiser can be brought to consider the two offers the solicitor said. La Shields zoning Council passed an ordinance changing the zoning at Hunt and Plainfield aves from r-1c to r-3p, providing the zone change needed to build the la Shields apartment Complex. In another ordinance Council approved the development of the Complex which will include one and two bedroom apartments. The r-3p zone was created for Blue Ash in february to make possible the construction of apartment buildings with Large scale plans. In other action Council a debated with councilman Dan Steidle on whether or not the special meeting was Legal because Ohio Law requires that each member must receive written notice 12 hours prior to the meeting. Solicitor Mcconaughy noted that according to the Blue Ash charter written notice can be waived by to n s e n t of councilmen present at the meeting. Tabled an ordinance that would authorize the la. Cavett company to surface and repair streets at a Price not to exceed $44,699.80. Council wanted More time to consider the expenditure and will act on the ordinance at the sept. 23 passed an ordinance approving the Purchase of a police Cruiser from Cross county Chrysler Plymouth at the Cost of $3,408.11. Bechtold noted that tax rates and services in municipalities tend to discourage the idea of annexation but the need for an adequate police department May encourage it. For this reason Bechtold Mill Dali lumber company lumber and plywood Cut to size carpenters recommended for All types of Ramo doling. �?��?�05 Blue Ash re. Rosemoyne 791-8122 Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping area 71-5904, 5 cd cd 54, 191-9203 enrol your child now piano instruction with a new concept. Small groups Are taught piano by a modern refined electronic system. Each child has his very own Baldwin electro piano during instruction period. The system unique amp simple has achieved remarkable Success. Enrolment now for sept. And oct. Denes 891-5271 Baldwin piano amp Organ co. Deer pm. Jaycees must raise funds by nov. 1st. 4 i Julie Foy 18, 6455 grand Vista ave., was named second place Winner in the Secretary of the year National Competition at the annual Junior achievement inc. Conference. She received a Gold trophy and $400 provided by the american society of corporate secretaries. Public safety probed t by Sycamore group Sycamore trustee Albert Bechtold said in a letter that the Sycamore citizens safety review committee is being asked to consider All factors in their study of Public safety including the possibility of annexation by a municipality if the need for new services and increased taxes to pay for them is found. Said that the committee is Broad based to enable the greatest participation by residents in providing the answers to what he termed As a a very important committee members Are made up of members of local civic associations and seven others appointed by the trustees. Continued on Page 6 Harvest fair for children 14 and under will be held at the Garden Center 2715 Reading rd., oct. 1-3. Children May display for ribbons and prizes gardening produce including the centers big pumpkin contest. Besides pumpkins categories include sunflowers gourds vegetables Flowers and arrangements. Entry Blanks May be obtained at the Garden Center. A 4 Myron Caldwell of Dillonvale is in general Hospital suffering from a leg infection. A Haemophilia a he has required a vast amount of blood and currently owes the blood Bank 60 units. And he May need More the Dillonvale women a club is seeking donors to replace the blood used. Anyone willing to donate is asked to go to. The us blood Bank at general Hospital and state that the blood is for Myron Caldwell. Quot its a academic Quot the High school to quiz show will begin its ninth season saturday at 5 ., on wow to. Area High schools who will compete this season include Cincinnati country Day Deer Park Sycamore and Purcell. The program is sponsored by cg4e. 44$ All Hamilton county Parks Are open and All activities Are in full operation every Day according to Park officials. Activities include golfing camping youth Camps fishing and boating horseback Riding and hiking trails. The Paddi wheel sightseeing boats on Sharon Lake and Winton Lake Are operating on weekends. �4 Lou Goesling a member of Silverton kiwanis marked four years of perfect attendance at the sept. 16 meeting. The club considers him As one of their finest workers. 4 44 a Cut to Cincinnati a Public television station maintains a Volunteer speakers Bureau and area clubs organizations and Church groups Are eligible to invite a speaker for their programs. The excitement fun and commitment of Public to broadcasting will Appeal to All Ages and interests. Call mrs. John Weed 381-4033, to Reserve a speaker. The Western Section of Chamberlain Park South of kiddie land will be the new site of the Deer Park Community building provided the Jaycees Are Able to raise $44.000 by nov. 1st. If they done to the entire proposition will be cancelled. Quot Council had to have these safeguards no Money to building to protect our residents. We just did no to. Want them to get the idea that a building May be started and not completed a a Francis Healy Council president said. The building will be owned by Deer Park and operated by the Park Board. Park rules and regulations will prevail and any variances such As alcoholic beverages in the building will have to come from the Park Board. Healy says there still Are a few questions to be answered including the legality of charging a fee for the buildings use and payment of Bills incurred through its use. The Jaycees have assured City officials that they will go door to door informing owners of abutting property of their plans. Solicitor John Dumbacher will have a Resolution granting permission for the Parks use for the building ready for the sept. 23 Council meeting. In Sun Merton mayor vows to keep City streets Safe toy Marshall Baldwin mayor Dick Benken of Silverton heard several complaints from residents at Silverton Council meeting thursday and As usual took immediate action to solve the problems with the help of other City officials. In at least one Case he urged that citizens lend a hand in stopping a nuisance. Find a solution to a problem that affects a few residents was As of much concern to Benken As was another that included Many persons. The first complaint came from two women who reside on Park ave. The lighting situation on their Street was not improved they said when the recent improvements to the City a lighting system was updated they had contacted councilman Jack Young some time ago they claimed and he told them with the summer Daylight saving time it was not necessary at that time to add a Light. One resident unemployed numbers surprises company some 60 applicants and another 100 phone Calls was the response g amp g manufacturing co. Received from a Csini female help wanted classified and. T h e i r reaction Quot overwhelmed we did t know so Many people were out of work a a or that they d receive that much action from a one time and. They found out the easy inexpensive Way. 731-7170, the direct line to suburban Cincinnati a Market place. said this explanation satisfied her then but now another Light or lights Are needed. The mayor promised that As soon As the meeting was Over he and Young would drive Over Park ave., study the problem and then take some action. Residents complain a second complaint to Council came from Dallas Sherman of Hampton drive who said he was the spokesman for several Hampton drive residents. Sherman claimed that a former restaurant building at Montgomery Road and Hampton drive is becoming surrounded by High weeds while on the other Corner of those streets is a business establishment that keeps the property in the rear of their building in an unsightly manner. Mayor Benken assigned a couple of officials to investigate the charges. Sherman then told about youths playing Ball on the Street at night sometimes until Midnight. Benken said that residents could help solve this problem if the names of the offenders were Given to police. Sherman said he could name some of the Young people including those who have broken confined on Page 6 you a reheard about it you be read about it it he whole towns talking about it the fabulous realistic Bra no padding wires or a individually fitted Staves in your o b i i Gat to n. H o Rne. N o 793-7731 fresh organic organic health and Flat foods. Vitamins and supplements. Organic fertilizers. Gertrel liquid. Mcdonald s 8968 Kenwood re. 791 -9480 Brown amp Roberts remodelling custom remo dating save. Deal direct with a competent profession contractor Quot we do the Complete Job Quot for estimates Call. 731-0568 a Quot toilet to Hope you got the Chinee to Sec the Rose show out at the a mall last week. The Many exhibits produced a real Panorama of Beautiful colors and Graceful styles and were a Delight to the Many on hand. Prizes were Given to those display s chosen As the Best in several categories but to my appreciative Eye each was both Lovely and impressive. Now the excitement is building for the fifth anniversary Sale Celebration beginning sunday. Besides really great bargains at All 42 stores the mall has planned several unique features for your enjoyment As you shop. One very interesting attraction is the professional Glass 0 Blower who will be at tha mall starting tomorrow. He will perform his Art at you watch an experience you and your chit Dran miss. On saturday and sunday at 1 ., the Cincinnati music theatre will be our guests at the mall to perform excerpts from their newest production a fiddler on the and monday through next thursday you can listen to popular Folk Singer Johnny Schott As you stroll through aisles filled with fantastic anniversary savings. Hare Are a Faw of the Good buys you will find at Barricini Candy fudge regularly 51.5� will be sold at $1.39 a Pound and assorted hard candles from 99c to 79c a Pound. Paul Harris has a huge selection of skirts and Slacks All famous name makes reduced from 910-51s to one Low Price of �?�7.99. Stop by the Wilson paint company during the Sale and Sava $2.76 Par gallon on Luminal Latex Flat Wal paint and Itji sheep enamel., Fate prices 4.99_and $5.99 respectively. Paid advertisement t

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