Read an issue on 28 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.
We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 28 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 28, 1971, Cincinnati, Ohio1982 Veraa , Ohio 43211 by to place classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-024 Trees for posterity. About 500 people attended the tree planting ceremony at Ursulina Academy apr. 22 marking the Schoofs 75th anniversary. Alumnae and students planted 75 Oak and White Pine Trees. Participants in the planting included from left mrs. Raymond Hobson 5650 Oak Vista mrs. Henry gassing 67l 6 still Meadow mrs. Andrew t. Sullivan 9012 Shade tree and miss Joyce classing a Sophomore at Ursulina. Editorial How we stand on issues important issues with far reaching consequences face the voters in Blue Ash and Madeira tuesday May 4. In Blue Ash the electorate will vote on a charter amendment to remove the police and fire chiefs from civil service. In Madeira school District the Board of education is seeking approval of a $8.75 operating Levy per thousand valuation of this amount $2.20 is renewal and a Bond Issue which would Cost an average of $1.86 per thousand valuation. This newspaper opposes the charter amendment As not being in the Best interests of Law enforcement in the City of Blue Ash. On the other hand we endorse both school issues in Madeira and urge their support in the interest of better education for the children of the Madeira District. In Blue Ash we Are concerned primarily with the office of police chief a department head and full time employee. To remove this position from civil service would subject the police chiefs Post to the whim of Council or the manager. Politics in Blue Ash have been marked by turbulence. There has been a Parade of City managers seven either permanent or acting in the 10 years since the manager form was initiated. The same thing could very Well happen to a police chief robbed of the Protection of civil service. We feel such a move would also have a deteriorating effect on morale of the entire department. The Ohio association of chiefs of police has always pushed to divorce Law enforcement from politics. Approval of the Blue Ash amendment would place the police chief squarely in the political Arena and would create a highly undesirable situation. We urge defeat of the amendment in the Madeira school District 40 percent of the operating Levy is needed to remain at the present level. The renewal will not increase present taxes. Forty eight percent of the Levy is needed to combat inflation and to keep up to Date and 12 percent is needed for Basic but modest improvements in curriculum. The Madeira school District operates at one of the lowest costs per Pupil of any District in the county 15th out of 23 and the Madeira school tax rate ranks 12th from the top in the 23 school districts. A Large percentage of the operating Levy will be used for salaries. This year salaries in the Madeira District Are almost at the Bottom of the -23 districts. To make salaries More competitive 3.76 Mills is earmarked for this purpose. One Mill will be used for new and improved programs. The $800,000 Bond Issue will provide Money for major prevention of maintenance of projects at All school locations Basic remodelling at All school locations construction of additional classrooms at the overcrowded High school equipment for these classrooms and equipment for All school buildings. Governor John Gilligan in a letter to Madeira school superintendent h. L. Dericks said a i would encourage the citizens to approve it the Levy i feel that the education program which i have proposed is a Good one however there is no Assurance that the general Assembly will approve it. If the people in the District do not approve the Levy you will still be in financial difficulty. Conversely if your Levy is approved and our program becomes Law the mandatory Rollback provision would reduce the amount of the new taxes levied. It would seem then that the people would be Well advised to approve the Levy. We agree wholeheartedly with governor Gilligan and urge support of the Levy and Bond Issue. Injured in fail r Hota Berry 6 8, Kenwood Terrace nursing Home suffered a possible broken left leg when she fell in the Yard of her daughters Home april 20. She was taken to Christ Hospital by the Deer Park life squad. Serving the communities of Blue ask Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity 4415 Montgomery f d. Cincinnati Ohio wednesday april 28,1971 display aos and news.s3 1-0234 classified aos.731-7170 vol. In no. 38 Sycamore High school to Institute open Campus plan on optional basis hearing set for policeman Blue Ash patrolman Marvin Stephens will appear before the civil service commission today at 2 . He will be represented by attorney Harry Mclwain. City manager George Wilson advised Stephens in a letter than inasmuch As he had been absent without leave since apr. 9, he was considered As having resigned. Stephens through his attorney advised Wilson he had not resigned and requested the hearing. Wilson said the civil service rules left him no Choice. They state that any employee who Absents Himsey for three cons ecu e Days without leave shall be deemed to have resigned. Wilson said he told Stephens he could go Back to work but not on police duty until he got a clearance from a Pfay Slacian that he was capable of such work. In Blue Ash rehearsing for Indian Hill pow wow Ara Bob harness and Jim Lohr who will be seen in a skit at the show to be presented May 6, 7 and 8, at 8 ., in the new High school auditorium. Performers under the direction of r. Earl Snapp include the precision chorus Ballet corps swing choir orchestra and state band. Guest artist Frank Brown will be featured As trumpet soloist. Snapp is being assisted by fellow faculty members. Boosters club is in charge of programs mrs. W5hif#r�?T of eke is costume designer and Jack Louiso is choreographer. Tickets May be secured at the High school office or by calling 561-42.25. A plan that permits seniors to earn a open Campus privileges by voluntarily assuming certain responsibilities is being instituted at Sycamore High for the remainder of the school term. School officials and no doubt underclassmen who will soon become seniors Hope it proves successful for future adoption. Under provisions of the plan seniors May voluntarily enter into contracts with the school in groups of three or four and receive the privilege of attending school Only when they have clarets or extracurricular activities. They May be absent from school when they have study Halls or lunch periods. Checking in or out is not required. In return each participating senior agrees to assume some citizenship Type responsibility in monitoring hallways or assisting teachers in working with underclassmen. Also they must agree to conduct themselves in such a mature responsible manner that the school or Community will not be disrupted. For example they cannot use their out of class time to loiter around the school building or grounds or to congregate in such a manner As to disrupt the Community. The a a free time should be used constructively for study or work at Home or in the Public Library or at a Job. A unique feature of the plan Calls for the participants to assume responsibility for their buddies As Well As their own actions and. Behaviour. Contracts to participate Are issued to groups olt of three or four seniors who voluntarily choose one another As group members not to individual seniors. Should one member of the contract group fail to live up to the responsibilities agreed to the other members of the group lose the a open Campus privilege As Well As the offender. Quot we think the Assumption of responsibility by each participant for his or her own actions and those of two or three friends will result in real citizenship growth a principal William e. Spreen who was primary Developer of the plan said. A since poor group influence is often Given As a reason for teenage Misbehaviour we think it should be tried As a constructive Force for Good in order to participate seniors must have written parental approval. Should the Parent or the senior not want to sign the contract the senior will simply continue following the same schedule As before. Nothing will be done to single out either those who participate or those who do not. A in attempting anything new we realize there will be criticism a Spreen said. A but we think we have the Opportunity Here and the responsibility to establish a realistic learning situation for High school students and not Only seniors but underclassmen As Well who will learn by example. What parents and others must recognize is that within a few Short weeks these Young people will be away from Home in Chilewe jobs what have you and will be very much on their own. We Hope this plan will help them mature into response Hie Council okays Airport proposal in split vote i life lines Ujj Indian Hill resident May get Federal Post after a two hour discussion in which citizens aired pro and con views on Cincinnati a proposal to improve the Blue Ash Airport Council by a 4 to 3 vote approved Cincinnati a Basic plan for a 3600 foot paved runway. An alternate Resolution opposing the improvement As being against the Best interests of Blue Ash was Defeated. The Blue Ash ordinance limiting runways to 3000 feet was not amended. The Blue Ash Resolution will be presented to Oki which deferred action on Cincinnati a request for Federal funding pending a recommendation from Blue Ash. There was standing room Only As some 126 people citizens of Blue Ash and representatives of the Blue Ash Industrial association crowded into the meeting room of the first National Bank to make their feelings known. The sentiments for and against Cincinnati a request were about evenly divided judging from the spokesmen. No Cincinnati officials appeared to present the City Scase. A put it on the ballot and let the people decide a was an often repeated plea which Council ultimately ignored. Ken Shelton representing the Blue Ash Industrial association said the organization at its april 21 meeting had heartily endorsed the Airport improvement. Others were just As a a heartily against the proposed expansion. These included former mayor Gene Houser mrs. Carol Miller former councilman Melvin Schulz mrs. Winifred Walker and Carl Gast. Councilmen voting against Cincinnati a plan included Robert Emery Harold Korbee and Daniel Steidle. Voting for the proposal were mayor Charles Proctor councilmen Leonard Ingram Jack Redwine and Paul Mckinney. Among citizens who favor the plan were mire Alma Weber or. Roy Jett jr., 9561 Conklin ave., a Pilot Edward Dieckmann and mrs. Carol Ferris. Or. Jett presented petitions containing 152 signatures from citizens in Ward 5 and Ward 4 favouring the Airport improvement. There were indications monday that opponents of Cincinnati a plan were not going to accept Council s recommendation a flying what course of action is being planned was not known at press time. Councils Resolution Calls for the improvement of the Blue Ash Airport in accordance with the application of Cincinnati providing for the pavement of a Southwest by Northeast runway 3,500 it. By 75 ft., subject to certain conditions. The Council Resolution stipulated that within six months after completion of the runway and no later than sept. 15, 1972, Cincinnati will deed to Blue Ash a fee determinable interest subject to conveyance by Blue Ash on the same condition of Reverter the rectangular Parce of real estate lying 40 feet on each Side a 4,000 foot line being the Center line of the paved runway and. The Extension of the Enterline 250 feet beyond the end. Of the proposed paved runway on each end. The rectangular parcel of real estate shall be devoted to usage by a paved runway 3,500 feet by 75 feet with 250 feet of grass on each end without any Cost or expense to Blue Ash. Did you think about this in Ali Winter. When the youngsters Ore cooped up in the House and classrooms the shoes Ore built like the Rock of Gibraltar. In the summer. When they re outside playing hard from morning till Nite the shoes so Many of them Wear Are lacking in fit Comfort and support. Of fat i Why we suggest _ Betus e red a White a Brown Sites 3 to 6 m to i 114 to 12 $7.9f $0.50 $8.n jumping jacks Sondo is mods on shoe posts with shoe fit Comfort and support. Kenwood Mali $1 and her to me mrs. Howard Douthwaite is a very grateful person. She not Only sold the House hold items she advertised but one caller bought an unadvertised fan she planned to sell later on. All sold within a few hours and All it Cost her was $1and the time it took to dial Csini classified ads 731-7170. To quote mrs. Douthwaite a everyone was very Nice and i can t Tell you How grateful i am. A Motorist cited Alvin c. Hazlitt 36, 4354 Matson ave., was arrested Friday night by Amberley Village police and charged with driving while intoxicated reckless driving and abusing a police officer. According to police Hazlett was driving East on Section in the westbound Lane and the berm. Police said after he was arrested and advised of his rights he became abusive. It la be cleanup paint and beautify time in Madeira from april 26 to May 7. Mayor Dan Mcdonald urges residents to take this Opportunity to Spruce up the premises and get rid of unwanted items. The City will schedule a special pickup service during that time. George c. Fahy of Schenke Lincoln Mercury 8103 Montgomery rd., Kenwood is one of five Cincinnati area Lincoln Mercury Dealership salesmen to win recognition for outstanding achievement in 1970. They have been named to the divisions select inner Circle and will receive a three Day expense paid Holiday award trip for two. They will also serve on the Salesman a advisory panel. A area students playing in the Cincinnati youth symphony Spring concert at 3 . May 2 at Walnut Hills High school include Phyllis Gora of Indian Hill Watson of Sycamore and Michael Russell of Moeller. Two area physicians have been nominated for posts in the Cincinnati Academy of Medicine. They Are or. Donald Brinkman 4137 Lansdowne for trustee one year term and or. Stanley j. Lucas 6760 Beechland dr., councilman at Large three year term. Expected to be a Strong spokesman for. Federal careers for women. She would be the first woman commissioner for Over a decade. Mrs. John a. Jayne Spain of Indian Hill president of the Alvey Ferguson company is being considered for appointment to the . Civil service commission by the White House. The term of the commissions vice chairman James e. Johnson expired mar. 1, and he is serving until a successor is named. The position pays $38,000 a year and the term is six years. Mrs. Spain is vice chairman of the presidents committee on employment of the handicapped and was co chairman of sen. Robert Taft �?Ts Campaign. She has Long been Active in National state and local civil and social affairs. The three member Csc sets working standards qualifications and pay Scales for virtually All Federal workers. Mrs. Spain served on a state commission on the status of women and is tires stolen Elaine Riley 3641 Shaw ct., reported sunday the theft of two tires on wheels from her car while it was parked in the a never on sunday lot off of Plainfield re. Mrs. Jayne Spain Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping Aros 791-5804 561-si 54-s91-9203 let us convert your Street shoes into Golf shoes a at a great savings a it s much cheaper Riessinger shoe service 3954 e. Galbraith re. Dillonvale shopping Canter _791-11 so Mill Dali Umbeco Sipany lumber end plywood Cut to size for Ping Pong tables basketball backboards train Tablet. �?��?�05 Blue Ash re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 by Jackie Thomy de Yates offers 5 gals. Pm free with of change fitter lube Koubla Stamps Yates Comet 4384 e. Galbraith 984-9987 Reg your family bicycle Headquarters featuring Jsu a Judi a Quality bicycle expert repair service on All makes Montgomery cycler 9572 Montgomery re. 793-3855 a How it Kan Wood mall s trailblazer camper show starts today. Camping is America s latest a in thing Quot to do and Isnit it logic to hold a camper show at tha a in shopping Center Quot visitor Are eligible to win a family Wagon Royale the be of a Monaco custom station Wagon for two weeks and thare Are hourly Prezas tool not Only will you see the latest in camping veil cats but the latest in camping attire. If you need rugged shoes for hiking or Cool fashionable sandals you la find Tham at anyone of tha mall s special shoe stores. Shorts Slacks and hot pants. In Wash and Wear fabrics Are in couple of yet. _ a a Long dresses at a Tarnley modes Are the cutest most concealing in town super Makas it easy to Purchase camping supplies like coolers paper plates and Bug Spray. Just take your r you la find everything you need at super. Food supplies Thrift Way is for Youl they have some of everything including the latest in pre packaged meats to help you with cooking chores and conserve on storage space. Been thinking about a camper vacation then Blaze a to the Kenwood mall and Well get you ready to hit the Road this summer. Tajul pm advertisement abundance and for the evening hours take along a couple Gypsy dresses. They re feminine smart and comfortable so practical. If a Tittle bundle of Joy is on the Way the let Spiles. Ilk 0 list along i Trail
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.