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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - August 11, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohio historical society �?�1992 Velma ave. Columbus t Ohio 43211 Lull pc do emt to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 mrs. Marie Cobbe wears the White helmet of the Rossmoyne fire department As she sits with son John Cobbe on one of the department s trucks on her 88th birthday. Firemen Honor a member of the team serving the communities of Blue Ash Montgomery a Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Mark of circulation into Orlov 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio wednesday August 11,1971 to the men of the Rossmoyne fire department a grandma a Cobbe Mother of assistant chief John Cobbe is a member of the team. # so on her 8sui birthday committee May recommend july 22, they should Honor the woman who has j taken such an interest in their activities. The a a members paid a a grandma Cobbe a Surprise visit at 8574 Plainfield rd., where display ads and Newsssi-0234 classified ads. 731-7170 Vot. X no 2 a she makes her Home with her son who has been a member of the department 26 years. Born Marie Messing Schlager in 1883 in the Over the Rhine District mrs. Cobbe can remember walking across the Ohio River when it was Frozen for 16 years she worked at the Early son Coffee a Tea co. Since John has been a member of the Rossmoyne fire department mrs. Cobbe has taken a keen interest in the department and listens diligently to the police and fire radios at Home. In fact she records it a All local runs or anything \ Catl oilers she thinks will be of repeat vote on county government importance to her son. One of her Many contributions to the department was the repair of the Flag which flies front of the department. In schedules changed at some Sycamore schools Sycamore District schools will open for a full Day of classes tuesday sept. 7, with new starting and dismissal times affecting most pupils. Kindergarten youngsters will be on special schedules during the first few Days with parents notified by mail As to individual schedule. Room assignments for first through eighth Grade pupils will be posted at the schools on Friday before opening Day. The District s three elementary schools Blue Ash Maple Dale and Montgomery will Start at 9 . And dismiss at 3 30 . Starting time is 15 minutes later than last year. Middle school will Start at 8 15 am. And end at 3 pm., the same As last year. First and second shifts have been instituted this year at the senior High with juniors and seniors starting at 7 45 am. And dismissing at 2 03 pm., and freshmen and sophomores starting at 9 45 am., and dismissing at 4 03 pm. Mustard Cut it Csini classified Quot Cut it for the Donald Mustard. A 1962 Karmann Ghia they advertised for Sale was sold Quot Early the next morning after the paper was delivered. Imagine a join the growing ranks of the enthused. Let Csini classifieds work for you. 731 7170. 7h-. A bus schedules for both pubic and nonpublic school youngsters have been changed considerably from last year though service will be the same. Specific listings for students will he posted at the entrances to a schools both Public and nonpublic during the week before school starts. Students or parents should Check at the door of their school at their convenience do not Cal school. Cafeterias will serve hot meals beginning the first Day. Prices Are 40c at the elementary schools and 45c at the Middle school. Food is served a la carte at the senior Kigh. Registration for students new to the District will be conducted at each school aug. 17, 18 and 19, from 9 am. To noon. Students who were enrolled in Sycamore schools at the end of the term in june need not Register. Complaints referred to sheriff ump your Chin up and your Chest out but Don t a lot it throw you off a d a a got a High calling and High heating and air conditioning Bill sea the a "hw1 Friendly ones Quot at George Meyer co. A about a suspended ceiling. A it s easy to install easy to care for easy on the Eye a and easy on the pocketbook too. A a complaints by Sycamore township residents of indifference on the part of the Hamilton county sheriff s patrol have been referred to sheriff Dan Tehan and suburban. Use was told by the sheriff s office that a representative will he at the aug. 18 meeting of the township trustees. Some 14 residents from Caralee Brittany and Hemsath appeared at last wednesday s trustees meeting to report numerous incidents of vandalism of cars and dwellings acts of breaking and entering and thefts of women a and girls bathing suits and lingerie from clothes lines. Ann Gibbs 4688 Caralee spokesman for the group said the county police had answered All of the residents Calls but had seemed indifferent and indicated the incidents were acts of teenagers getting kicks. Clerk Clifford Knabe was directed to write sheriff Tehan about the matter. The trustees accepted a bid from Queen City Chevrolet of $4,583.60 for a 1972 2% ton dump truck and bed. Injured in car crash several area residents narrowly escaped death last wednesday morning while returning from a vacation in Canada. Joseph rape president of rapes Oil company Blue Ash and Sycamore ., his wife and daughter mrs. Judith Engel and her two children were in the car when the Accident occurred in Saginaw Mich. The car was pulling a camper trailer and went out of control when passed by a tractor trailer. The car rolled Over several times but an aluminium boat fastened to the top of the car prevented the roof from being crushed inward. Rape suffered two fractured vertebrae and is hospitalized at st. Mary Hospital Saginaw where he is reported in fair condition. The other passengers received Only minor cuts and bruises. Or. And. Mrs. Rape reside at 4606 Sycamore re. New students must Register at Deer Park students new to Deer Park Community schools must Register at their respective schools in Advance of opening Day sept. 8. This will enable them to follow a full schedule on the first Day of school. Students in grades seven through 12 must Register at Deer Park High school during the week of aug. 23. Amity students must Register there aug. 26 or 27. Holmes and Howard elementary schools Are holding registration sept. 1. Hours for registration Are from 9 to 11 ., and from 1 to 3 . At All schools. Kindergarten children who have completed registration will be notified by Post card the week before school starts As to when and where they Are to enrol with teachers. Parents of children who have not completed registration must bring completed forms to the school office sept. 1. A second attempt May be made to get voters of Hamilton county to approve an alternative system of county government. The Lingle committee plans to recommend that the Issue again be put before voters in november. Its recommendation will go to the county commissioners who will decide whether or not to put the Issue on the ballot. However a difference of opinion on certain recommendations still exists among leaders of the three political parties represented on the committee. A meeting for the executive group to give recommendations to the committee of the whole was tentatively set aug. 31. This is just Days before the Legal deadline to get recommendations on the n o vember ballot which must be approved by county commissioners through a Resolution. The executive committee agreed to recommend an alternative form of county government with an appointed county executive. It is undecided Over the question of How Many commissioners five seven or nine method of electing them either by District at Large or a combination of both. The Issue has been turned Over to party leaders to solve. Voters Defeated a similar proposal for an alternative county government in 1967 by a vote of 118,790 to 108,074. If passed the new system would give the county the Power to make Laws which r life lines 1 too or an Withamsville �?�02 Ohio Fyk. 752-3950 Madeira 6940 Miami a. 561-7200 store hours mon. Thru Fri. A to 0 sat. A to 6 30 Sun. 10 to 4 ssmoos4m49m4 your family bicycle Headquarters featuring Quality bicycle expert repair service on All makes Montgomery cycler they cannot do now also authority to create departments such As finance health Law personnel purchasing and Public works. It would not change Powers of municipalities or townships and does not eliminate any county offices. The Lingle committee is named for its chairman Walter l. Lingle retired vice president of a amp a and represents a group of 400 business labor civic and political leaders who have been studying possibilities for restructuring county government during the past one and a half years. County municipalities in ears past have rejected attempts toward a county Quot metro Quot government in fear that they May lose local control of their respective communities. Some however have supported moves such a s a metropolitan sewer District to coordinate construction of much needed sanitary and storm sewers. Others indicate support of a county wide waste disposal system. Coordination of police and Law enforcement agencies has been achieved through Hamilton county police association. An example of this was recently demonstrated by the formation of a drug abuse enforcement plan proposed by county prosecutor Simon leis and two representatives of the county police association. Is. A Cut maj Mildred Valerius $75 makes birthday even happier editor to retire safety award Amberly police chief William j. Krueger left and mayor w. Henry Blohm right receive from judge Otis r. Hess a plaque in recognition of nine consecutive years in Amberley Village without a pedestrian fatality. The award was presented at the aaa pedestrian safety inventory awards dinner Given Fay the Cincinnati automobile club july 27. A $75 Cash prize made the birthday of mrs. Joseph f. Mildred Valerius or. An even happier occasion last i in or mrs. Valerius 8566 Plainfield rd., owns the free phone directory cover distributed by Northeast sub Urban life stamped with the same number As that printed in the aug. 4 Issue. Since the weekly $25 Cash prize was unclaimed for two consecutive weeks the amount had accumulated to the maximum of $75. Had this weeks number remained unclaimed the amount would have reverted to $25. Quot this is the nicest thing Ive Ever won Quot declared the Rossmoyne homemaker. Quot my husband wanted me to buy something for my birthday but i d rather put it towards resident hospitalized Robert k. Coleman 63, 5526 Montgomery rd., was found Semi conscious in Chamberlain Park sunday and taken to Christ Hospital by the Deer Park life squad. He told the squad someone hit recreation association has donated $50 to supplement the arts and crafts program of the Madeira summer activities program for children. This is just one of Many ways in which the mra has helped to provide recreational activities in Madeira. Thomas r. Armstrong 8475 Fox cub le., Indian Hill president of Becker electric co., announces his firm has received the $275,000 contract for electrical work at the Hamilton. Branch Campus of Miami University in Hamilton. Local Sites for voter registration the Hamilton county Board of elections has announced Branch locations where three Day voter registration will be held from 10 To 2 . And from 4 . To 9 pm. Monday tuesday and wednesday sept. 13-15. Local registration offices Are As follows Ward 14, pleasant Ridge Branch urary 6233 Montgomery re. Blue Ash Blue Ash fire department 10651 Kenwood re. Amberley Village 7149 Ridge re. Indian Hill Indian Hill and Drake ads. Rossmoyne 8485 wicklow Montgomery 8005 Pfeiffer re. Remington 9429 Loveland Madeira re. Registration is required of anyone who has not voted Here before or of persons previously registered but who have not voted in the last two years. Persons May Register any weekday at the Board of elections main office 622 Sycamore st., Between 8 And 4 . And from 8 To noon saturday. Registration deadline for the nov. 2 election is sept. 22. News retail ads. Classified.731-7170 Good neighbor week slated in Silverton a Good neighbor week will be observed in Silverton aug. 15-22 mayor Richard Benken has announced. The Observance will Mark a continuing tradition initiated several years ago by the Silverton neighbourhood association. Members and friends of the association will be conducting Block parties and meetings distributing literature extending a Friendly hand to neighbors and emphasizing the positive values of living in Silverton. A special event of the week will be tag Day saturday aug. 21, when adult and teenage san members will distribute Quot Good neighbor Quot tags in return for a voluntary contribution to support the organizations work. Hie current primary program is raising funds for Quot project youth Quot the proposed lighted school program for Silverton a a Community picnic aug. 22 from 3 to 9 . At Silverton Layfield will conclude the week Long Observance. Civic affairs creative activities Beckon Helen fix editor of Northeast suburban life since its inception 10 years ago announced this week she will retire aug. 27 from a journalism career which has spanned 17 years 14 in the weekly Field. A even in Junior High school i never had any doubts about what i wanted to be where i finished my education. To be a journalist was my goal and i have never regretted the decision. Ill miss my associates at Csini and the Many wonderful friends in be made in civic groups women a clubs municipal and school governments and Law enforcement Quot mrs. Fix commented. A Quot a but the Job plus my Home making responsibilities have been demanding Zimm Ifni inti Fum a a a a unt if v for atrnip1 saw Quot a Quot Flat i in a in is of ill and i want to pursue but Haven to found the time. I plan to run for re election for a third term on Amberley Village Council participate in affairs related to the Field of communications and devote some time to the creative aspects of homemaking. Cooking and sewing. I also intend to take advantage of our family membership in the Blue Ash y and enjoy my favorite sport a. a native of Richmond a. And a pm Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Richmond Helen began her newspaper career in the City room of the Corpus Christi Tex. Times and later worked in the City rooms of the Newport . Daily news and the Richmond a. Times dispatch. She entered the weekly Field As editor of the reporter in 1955 and worked with that publication four years two As editor and two As general assignment reporter on a part time basis. She became editor of Northeast suburban life when the paper began publication in 1961. A member of i. Delta Epsilon journalism honorary and Tau Kappa Alpha debating honorary mrs. Fix is also a member of Theta Sigma. Pm National professional society for women in communications and is currently serving As vice president of that organization. Helen and her husband Jack in Nistra Tive services in the toilet goods division of Procter amp Gamble have three children John jr., 24 Carol fix Brown 22, and Marian 20. Helen and Jack also take an. Active part in. Affairs at pleasant Ridge United methodist Church Helen fix Deer Park to vote on school Levy the Deer Park Community schools Board of education voted at a special meeting last week to place a 6.95 Mills tax Levy on the ballot on sept. 7. Indications Are that there will not be sufficient funds Forth o m i n g from this session of the legislature to fulfil the financial requirements necessary to maintain the present level of education in the District. The Hoard has stated that there will be a Rollback in property taxes depending upon the amount of fund received from the state. Juveniles arrested on vandalism charge Madeira police were responsible for the apprehension sunday of six juveniles wanted by Blue Ash for vandalism. According to Blue Ash police car1 full of youths drove by the Home of William Parsons 5111 Pfeiffer re. About 5 pm. And shot holes in the windows of the car. An All Points broadcast of the description of the car resulted in the arrest. The youths were referred to juvenile authorities. Police said the boys admitted to the vandalism. Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping area 791-59q4, 561-6164, �t1-203 Mill Dali lumber company lumber and plywood Cut to size carpenters recommended for All types of re to deling. �?��?�05 Blue Ash re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 organic Garden shop fresh organic vegetables organic health and Flat foods. Vitamins and suppl Amentt. Organic fertilisers ferret liquid amp dry. Mcdonald s �?�96 a Kenwood re. 791-s480 by a Book of Versos underneath the Jackie Thomas o Bough a Jug of wine a loaf of Broad and thou Omar Khayam know the Ideal atmosphere for Romance As do Kenwood mall merchants. Go into Shollito s Saks shop and ask about the Lover s lunch. That s a. Good u Placa to begin. A lug of wine make your _ own Choice As expansive As your taste and pocketbook approve Salami a round of choose and a round of bread. Its All s packaged in a rad White and Blue gourmet Box. Including paper plates knives and Forks and like a Nica Way to spend an afternoon with that someone special the florists oort end Fern have merchandise read a for Romance. Stop by and order a special a Quemoy the \ ins. A of your dreams a Islas roses asters Carnet and speaking of sweets Graeter s at Well As Barrie Ini Candy have sweats for any Sweet occasion. Where does it All end at get jewellers we Hope where you can find just the right ring for any third Finger left re from the most elaborate diamonds to tho simplest Gold i get can provide the perfect ring for wedding ceremony pre engagement Promise. Yes the people at Kenwood mall know All about Romance. A visit us and you la Gat some romantic notions. A Kufa id advert Lomont e

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