Page 1 of 14 Apr 1971 Issue of Northeast Suburban Life in Cincinnati, Ohio

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 14 Apr 1971 in Cincinnati, Ohio and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Northeast Suburban Life.

Browse Northeast Suburban Life

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 14 Apr 1971 Northeast Suburban Life in Cincinnati, Ohio. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - April 14, 1971, Cincinnati, Ohio% few t�1#.onto historical society 1933 vel a ave. Colu Ous a Jhu 43211 a is ctr amt to place a classified and dial 731-7170 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 Arbor Day will pm april 16 in Madeira mayor Daniel Mcdonald meats with girl scouts of troop 615, who Are bagging Redbud Trees contributed through the financial efforts of the Kay Wood Garden club and the Miami Hills Garden club. Left to right seated Are Edith Emery and Beth Fischer and standing Jane Scheldt and Jane wets. The Garden dubs of Madeira Are setting up a fund to buy and Plant different seedling Trees a very april. The goal is two fold to help fill the areas devastated the 1969 Tornado and to curb pollution. Trees absorb pollutants and generate Large quantities of oxygen reduce noise and visual pollution according to mrs. John Juengst second woe president and program chairman of the Miami Hills Garden club. Presbyteries to fund program to Aid schools a project designed to promote inter cultural understanding at Shroder a Junior High. And its feeder schools pleasant Ridge Losantiville Kennedy Heights and Silverton is one of two Community programs to be funded in the Woodward area with the help of seeds school Community evaluation and Devi Doment system seeds director Leroy Davis announced. The project entitled the reconciliation educational design Redis a cooperative Experiment the Cincinnati and Miami presbytery and seeds. Purpose is to make available to the above schools and their communities resources which can be helpful in promoting inter cultural understanding. Quot these communities were selected because of the expressed interest of school and Community persons working or residing in those areas for a program of this Type. Funds Are being provided the presbytery with services contributed seeds a Davis said. A Overall goal of the red project is to demonstrate which educative processes can be employed in the Resolution of school Community problem such As sub cultural problems which separata.,. Prior is socioeconomic group conflict Community government Agency alienation and Lack of effective participation of churches in Community issues a Davis added. The other project being funded is the Community House proposal planned organizations in the Swifton primary school District in Bond Hill. Serving the of. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Sherton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Mark of circulation int1critv 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio wed Story. April 14, 1971 display aos Ano news classified aos. S st-02 34 731-7170 vol. In no. 36 two groups endorse renew proposal to curb drug abuse related crimes on regional level memorial Day three injured committee to Motorist cited discuss plans three people were injured and one cited in an automobile Accident at 3260 e. Galbraith re. Amberley Village saturday according to police the car of Tom Fletcher 24, 8878 Rhode Island ave. Was broken Down in the westbound curb Lane. Francis Brinkman 21, 4401 Virginia ave., also westbound on Galbraith said she did not see the Fletcher car was immobile until she was almost upon it. She swerved to miss the Auto but struck the left rear of the Fletcher car. She was cited for reckless driving. Injured and taken to jewish Hospital the Deer Park Ufa squad Ware Fletcher and his wife a anger in the car and the woman. Grand larceny us help you save deard0rff Agency 531-3444 2069 Sherman ave. Rolf is Hensley 2688 Laura le., told Amberley Village police thursday that someone removed a tape recorder coat and tapes from his Auto while it was parked in the lot at Gibson greeting card co., Section re. Total loss was estimated at $147. Lidalee lumber and plywood Cut to size for Ping Pong Tablas basketball backboards train Tablas. A a of Fua Ash re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 the memorial Day program committee of vow Sycamore Post no. 3744 will meet monday at 7 30 . In Council Chambers of the Deer Park municipal building Beech and Matson to discuss changes in. Programming. The committee includes Francis Healy Deer Park Council president George Niehaus mayor of Deer Park Joseph Fariello Silverton councilman Robert w. Meyer Sycamore township trustee Merrill Bove Northeast Post 630, american legion Harry e. Jahnigen Sycamore Post 3744 vow chairman. Changes to be made include the time of the Parade its route the number of memorial services to be conducted in the area memorial service location for coming Yean Etc. Foils burglary attempt Friday night shortly before Midnight Blue Ash police up. Paul Wilder while patrolling spotted three male subjects attempting to break into Lane mate manufacturing co., 11135 Deerfield. Wilder gave Chase a but the suspects escaped in the Woods. A progressive proposal aimed at narcotics enforcement on the regional level received the Green Light april 8 both the Hamilton county police association and the trustees of the Hamilton county municipal league. The proposal regional narcotics enforcement unit or renew if approved for funding would receive 75 percent of its Young lawyer shoe repairing �?�034 Montgomery Road pleasant Ridge Geo. Schwaegerle i your doctor and Marmora to work band in hand to Liolu Youl you too can Trust m w to know and care Only your doctor is qualified to diagnose and proscribe. At tho first sign of Trubio. Have a checkup in Quot p to awl in Mhz i a a a a a it will i i estimated operating budget of $102,650 for the first year from the Federal government. Participating communities would be required to contribute 25 percent in in kind services or Money. While there was some disagreement among members of the hupa and municipal league trustees on some details of the plan they approved of the Baric concept of the regional approach to what Madeira mayor Daniel Mcdonald termed Quot this hideous problem drug abuse deadline for application for Federal funds is i Jav 18. Drug abuse is a in Cipul and increasing concern of suburban police and sophisticated methods Are required to combat the problem. Hamilton county prosecutor Simon lets or. Had urged the support of renew the hupa and in its Resolution the organization not Only endorsed renew but resolved to encourage its adoption other units of government within. District 13 crime control Council which encompasses the four c o u n t a re a. O f Hamilton Clermont Butler and War Renand to pledge support of the program in its planning implementation and operation. Sgt. William Barnett and sgt. Robert Brakvill of the Indian Hill rangers who outlined the proposal pointed out that the plan is 1 regional in concept 2 deals with the Pusher 3 includes an intelligence phase 4 includes an educational phase for the general Public student and Law enforcement officers 5 includes a rehabilitation phase in cooperation with in loo late Gus Tronu had a 71 Chrysler to sell but he called after our regular classified deadline 5 . Monday. So his want and appeared in the a too late to classify column. Even so the first Day the and appeared he sold it on the second Call. To quote Gus a wonderful a the proper agencies of county government and 6 provides enforcement in areas where presently Little or in too Many cases no enforcement is being carried on. The regional enforcement concept has met with great Success in Stark county since its inception in june 1,970. Nationwide there Are 18 suet units three in Ohio and 2. In the planning stage Barnett and Brakvill said. As proposed the renew unit will Ned 12 agents in. Addition to the crib a it Nander. In the f at. ,.y re a -1 3 taw in Torre me r age a Teles relisted As being Best Able to afford to contribute a Man. In order to reimburse those municipalities in each county w to contribute manpower the balance of the communities who participate in the project but do not provide manpower could contribute financially on a per capita basis at $100 per thousand population. The unit would have at its disposal seven leased motor vehicles items of detection and surveillance equipment photographic radio office and clerical equipment. O p e rating responsibility would be delegated to a special staff supervised a Board of local chiefs and administrators from participating agencies and communities. The special unit would have police jurisdiction throughout the operation area established for the project. A drug unit advisory Board would be selected from police chiefs of participating jurisdictions sheriffs and prosecutors. It would establish policy for the administration and management of the unit and assist in establishing operational priorities for the unit. The unit commander would be selected on a Merit basis the advisory continued on Page 2 childhood Hobby responsible for first Book on inaugural medals Helen fix a childhood Hobby of Coin collecting came to final fruition this month with publication a Kenwood Man of his first Book and the first on inaugural medals. Entitled. A a the official. Inaugural medals of the presidents of the United states the volume is the result of incalculable hours of research on the part of the author Richard r. Dusterberg 5998 Winnetka or. The Hook which bears toe presidential Seal on its Cove is the first publication to show All inaugural medals both the obverse and reverse sides and to authenticate them. A interest in inaugural medals began at the age of 13 in. 1953, when i. Attended Eisenhower a inauguration and spent $20 on a Silver inaugural medal. It was no secret when i returned Home that father George Dusterberg questioned the Wisdom of Purchase Quot Dick confided. But the Purchase was a Wise investment As the medal is now valued at Between $360 and $400. A to Quot knowledge there is not a Complete collection in the . Tie smithsonian institution is missing one and collection is lacking two medals Hoover when Only 1,000 were struck and the Theodore Roosevelt medal struck in 1905 Tiffany a in new Dusterberg Shook which is on Sale in the Coin department of pogues downtown and through the numismatic press depicts one medal in. Colora the president Richard Nixon Accra pit from Richard Dusterberg of Kenwood second from right a copy of Dusterberg s new and first Book a the official inaugural medals of the president of the United states. Also attending the presentation Ware Ohio . Senator Robert Taft and Dusterberg s proud wife Kristin. Eisenhower Gold inaugural medal presented to the late president in 1957 and housed in the Eisenhower Library in Abilene kans. The Book was published medallion press. An unexpected highlight of authoring the Book was Dusterberg a visit to the White House March 9, when the Young lawyer presented a copy of the volume to president Richard Nixon. A i knew the president had. An interest in inaugural medals because he took a keen interest in his own medal and personally a selected the a sculptor. He Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping am 791-5s04-s61-c1s4-�f1-�203 also has Gold medals from both of his terms As vice president. I thought if i could get word to him. About. The Book 1 might have an Opportunity to see him. I contacted senator Robert tafts office about request but was completely surprised when i received a Telephone Call from. Tafts office at 6 , monday March 8 to be at the White House at 3 15 the next Day to keep an appointment with the president of the United. States. It was quite a thrill especially when i understand even Cabinet members sometimes have continued on Page 7 riess1nger shoe service shoe repair Quot none better a Tull Amy where Dulfo nests shopping. Contr 711-1110 come to the boat show i Kenwood mall now open organic Garden supplies organic fertilizer Farrell liquid 4 dry some new Garden items for this area souvenirs Mcdonald s 8968 Kenwood re. 791-8480 Arage. Cedar storage barns available in 6 sizes with loft Quaty construction a Coder siding amp trim a 5/8�?o plywood floor a 4x4x4 Cedar skid a 240 Pound roofing Seal Down a it needs no Concrete foundation storage play House a poolside Bath House Pony barn bunk House Bank financing Montgomery cycler 9s72 most commit Road 791-3855 now dismay safety first at first savings amp loan Assn. 4539 Montgomery rd., Norwood o. 631 4246 m a a it est. 1904 of on regular a on certificates savings quarterly convenient parking open daily ,. Met Ville v president a James f. Bisque Secretary now thru april 19 summer s a Cornin and the boats Are in sight motor boat or sail a boat you la get a preview of the Beautiful new 1971 watercraft at the All enclosed Kenwood mall. Open to the Public from 10 . Until 9 . Daily 12 noon to 6 . Sunday. In amp we cent who jail i m m m l

Search All Newspapers in Cincinnati, Ohio

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Northeast Suburban Life Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Northeast Suburban Life?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection