Xenia Daily Gazette from Xenia, Ohio on June 5, 1975 · Page 17
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Xenia Daily Gazette from Xenia, Ohio · Page 17

Xenia, Ohio
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Thursday, June 5, 1975
Page 17
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THE XENIA DAILY GAZETTE 1 "7 Thursday, June 5,1975 A * Fairborn Council okays siren purchase our youth VAN GUNDY Electric Co. of Xenia was given a $23,200 contract by Fairborn City Council Monday night for construction of a siren warning system for the city. The system, designed with the assistance of federal officials, is similar to Xenia's siren system, according to Fairborn City the spirit of seventy-four means Xenia! Manager Claude Malone, Jr. installation of the system's five sirens is expected to be completed within four months, Malone said. Council also adopted a permanent pay schedule ordinance calling for a six per cent raise for all city employes with the exception of fire fighters and fire lieutenants. The action makes permanent a 180-day emergency ordinance which earlier approved the six per cent raise. Separate negotiations are now underway with fire fighters and fire lieutenants, and police contracts, calling for a six per cent raise retroactive to Jan. 1, were signed Wednesday. Pay schedules for those groups will be added to the ordinance by amendment, Malone said. IN OTHER action, Council: --Adopted an ordinance rezoning two and one-half acres of land near the intersection of Old Dayton- Yellow Springs and Beaver Valley Rds. The land, previously designated for R-l single family units, was rezoned to R-4 multiple family dwellings; Approved two resolutions authorizing applications for funding of land aquisition and improvements in the Fairborn parks system; --Approved a contract for the purchase of radio communications equipment, awarded to General Electric for $8,097.60. Eight portable radios, including belt units and lapel microphones, will be purchased for the police department under a federal grant which funds all but $1,960 of the contract cost. Senior Youth Group of First Lutheran Church spent last weekend at Camp Birch, Yellow Springs, under the leadership of Robert Templeton. Youngsters made sale items for the World Hunger Appeal and will contact friends to purchase items. Weekend activities included singing, hiking, picnicking,, swimming and canoeing . . . PIANO SALE Whitney Spinet Walnut 37" Reg. $850 *7N Whitney Spinet Early American 37" Reg. $850. "50 Whitney Spinet Ital. Provincial 37" Reg. $850. '7BO Kimball Console Ital. Provincial 42" Reg. $1050.'WO Kimball Console Early American AM-- I 42" Reg. $1150.*IM| Kimball 5'8" Grand Piano Reg. $3150. 9 HM (Springfield Store Only) SALE 2Thoma$ A SOUND FOR EVERYONE Introductory Offer New Models with new low prices. Keyboard Kombo by Tnoitms **·* Reg. $750. *·! The Minstrel by Thomas Reg. $1095. *IW The Jester by Reg. $1295. *1IM The Troubador Series by Thomas Model 181 Reg. $1450. '12M Model 183 Rej. $1650 '1450 Californfan 262 Reg. $2050. *1IM Californian 262 Reg. $2350 '1MB Californian 263 Reg. $2650. '2250 Californian 267 w- Quad, 4 dimensional sound Reg. $3295. '2m Used O r g a n s Available Starting at The Monticello Series by Thomas Monticello 371 w- Moog Synthesizer Reg. $3695. *3395 Monticell9 372 In wrap-a-round console design, full pedal board w- Moog Synthesizer. Reg. $3995. '|f M 1613 E. MAIN (Rt. 40 E) SPRINGFIELD 322-3361 110 S. DETROIT XENIA 372^§56 OPEN EVES-CALL FOR HOURS Dayton and Allison Ave. Xenia - Ohio DISCOUNT PRESCRIPTION PRICES ATTENTION GOLDEN AGERS: If you' re 60 years old or older, you're entitled to an in addition to our everyday low prices! tARGAINCI r S£tHWI CITIZEN'S DISCOUNT NAME HERE'S HOW ADDRESS . U ' · cm * ' * DATE · · ' . S T A T E 2|p *JJU H * " ' STATURE and BEAUTY AIDS BOTTLE OF 100 wmm LIMIT 2 if! LIMIT 2 ADORN FIRM FREE 8 OUNCES KG. LIMIT 2 SAVE AT RINK'S ON DIET NEEDS SAVE AT RINK'S ON SNACKS AND CANDY PROUMINE Bo* of 20 MYLANTA LIQUID 12 OUNCES LIMIT 2 A YDS Reducing Candy 4 FLAVORS DIUREX Pilb Box of 42 DRY ROASTED Crocker Jade Huh 30 DAY SUPPLY SACCHARIN % Grain, Bottle of 1000 ODRINEX Box of 60 Tablets 7 ounces Mixed or Cashews Reg. 890 Circus Peanuts Rainbow 10 ounce Bag 73« Freezer Sticks Box of 24, 6 flavors Marsfcmgllows CAMPFIRE 10 ounce oag Ragged Cady A*st. old fashioned candy SAVE AT RINK'S ON PHOTO SUPPLIES SAVE AT RINK'S ON FEMININE HYGIENE SHOWER TALCUM 13 OUNCES REG 1.59, LIMIT 2 Kodak Slide Projector V650H REG1O9.OO 86- KoddkCarasel SLIDE TRAYS - 80 69 SX-70 1*99 CAMERA CASE #lfc»7 16 Kodak Filn C135-20 Film 1" Norwood Movie ) Plastic 400 ft 99 SANITARY NAPKINS Super or Reg. Box of 40 mm 3 Limit 2 · K.Y.lifcricitiM Jtllf 4 ounces 1 01 HEATHER Feminine Spray 6 ounces I 27 Foldhg Syrtage 959 Travel Type- No 23 Jm Feminine Towelettes 114 by Playtex | Dispenser of 100 OUR OWN BRAND mfffffffffftffffff^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Quality Products SCOPE MOUTHWASH 24 OUNCES .SCOPE LIMIT isopropyl Alcohol 70% 16 OUNCES REG.37 IAIY Shampoo 16 OUNCES REG. 99* NnRdim ·MM OMK. MM» Pain Reliever WITHOUT ASPIKIN BC3TTLEOF100 RIG. 1*59 ADULTS GLYCERINE Suppositories BOTTiE OF 50 REG. 1.09 79* OPEN DAILY 9:30 to 9 JO.. .SUNDAY 11 K)0 to 6:00 Dayton and Allison Ave. in Xenia KitllVt THi MOMT TO LMMT CKlANTlTlE* 8WC1AU AVAiLAai THKU SUWOAY, JUNE 8, 1975

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