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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - August 16, 1978, Cincinnati, Ohio2 suburban life wednesday August 16, �978 pm Bowser a Best Friend new doctors Moeller grads in a week like Many other College students i a will he leaving my summer Job Here at Cincinnati suburban newspapers inc. Csn1 to pursue the glories and frustrations of securing an education at. Depauw University in Greencastle Indiana that s the first exit of 1-70 West after the hand painted red White and Blue sign that says a god guns and guts that a what made America great lets keep All honestly before i leave however i have to publicly thank everyone at a sol or allowing me to trip and teaching me to ample through headlines deadlines and proofreader s Marks in my first real attempt As Rookie reporter. But As 1 thank them i must in Good conscience reveal myself to you As the a unofficial Doggie editor Quot of is no. Been wondering Why the summer papers have been so full of Doggie news honestly that was one of my unexpected a trips a but one that landed me on my feet among kennels and councils writing about dogs. Sometimes i feel like Bowser a Best Friend writing about animal poll ered in Ai discovered the social in welfare leagues and Polly a pet Pup Public Council hearing and Lea i. Then i covered a plications of dog restraint and halting howling. A i still remember my first meeting assignment a the Public hearing on a proposed dog Leash Law for Indian Hill my Home area. During the leisurely dinner conversation at Home i found that my father was going to be a principle advocate of the pro restraint group. What a Challenge for objectivity for a Rookie reporter the meeting of 100-plus ticked off residents kept my journalists cramp in a constant agitation As i took Page after Page of torrid quotes. Residents crowding around in the Small room wondered what i was going to write. My father did present his Points with me seated fully across the roo but As Lif on the suburban scene with Kim Feil guest columnist the Din ended he called me Over to introduce me to a Friend As his a reporter i was pleased he was so proud but eyebrows raised on numerous nearby a pro dog faces indicated that 1 had been written off to the a other my first personal Challenge at objectivity was torn open for Public scrutiny All Over the front Page of the june 2d Issue of life. From then on 1 Felt dogged to my duty confirmed heartily upon me by the Csini editors who found it amusing to assign me a to All their Doggie stories. My situation seemed to instigate such projects As the recent favorite pets Jarade and 1 was the most logical candidate to cover the Hamilton county fair pet show what with my proven rapport with the canines and All. I was thus dubbed the dubious Honor of a Doggie editor but lets not say the paper is a going to the i am supposed to be an English composition and economics double major at Depauw but who knows with my budding reputation i May have my own column on doggies someday. In june graduation ceremonies at the University of Cincinnati doctor of Medicine degrees were a awarded to 192 men and women the largest graduating class since the College of Medicine was founded in 1819. Area residents who graduated Are now in residency training. Or. Iames Bingham 6371 grand Vista is in residency at Christ Hospital Cincinnati. Or. Nancy Durand 7321 South Mingo ln., is in residency at the children Scenter University Hospital Seattle Washington. Or. Steven Hurd 8953 Grashian it. And or. Dean Kereiakes 5075 Drake rd., Are located at the u. Of California Hospital sail Francisco Cal. Or. Kathleen Lamping 9060 Shawnee run rd., is in residency at cru it. Sinai Hospital Cleveland Ohio. Or. Thomas Morand 8907 Appi Knoll is training at Butterworth Hospital grand rapids Mich. Or. John Porter 77 West Hill ln., is arranging his residency and or. Bonnie Zapf 10690 Deer shuttle ln., is training at the University of Iowa hospitals Iowa City Iowa. Reader reaction Oppenheimer reacts to comments to the editor at the july 10th Council meeting during the time reserved for residents comments i patiently listened to the unfavourable remarks aimed at me from or. Simon or. John mrs. Lucas and mrs. Mattes. In review of those comments i consider Only one remark deserving of an answer. Or. Simon insinuated that 1 vote yes and then no on issues particularly the Issue regarding Park development. Or. Simon i have every right to do so in Light of the new Factor just recently injected. That Factor is increased taxes and deception on the part of City Council. It has been publicly stated by our former mayor and present City manager that there would be no need for increased taxes to finance major City projects. Neither the former Council nor the present Council Ever mentioned the need for in creased taxes previous to the go ahead actions that were taken for major project development. It was Only after increased taxes were enacted that 1 changed my views. I strongly feel that the voters of our Community should have the right to vote on those issues important to their future. Sixty percent of those a residents participating in a Park Survey last year were not in favor of councils plan for Park development. What would the Survey results have been with the knowledge of increased taxes editors note or. Oppenheimer is reacting to statements by John Simon quoted in the july 19 Issue of life Madeira prosecutor supports Renu p. Douglas Oppenheimer 7821 Buckeye Crescent Madeira councilman to t he editor your August 2 article in the Northeast suburban life entitled a if we done to fund Renu a big daddy just May a was right on the Mark. In the course of my professional life i have had numerous opportunities to work with sgt. Paul Guthrie and his excellent staff at Renu. These men Are knowledgeable courageous and dedicated. The Public should understand that the criminals they pursue Are the sophisticated professional types rarely encountered by suburban police departments and that the results of their efforts have proved their Worth to the Region in which we live. To discontinue Renu would be to fragment and disorganized our attack on drug pushers. Whenever Law enforcement is disc organized p r of ess ion a 1 crime thrives. Those of use who believe Kenwood re. To close for or repair Kenwood re. Between Creek and Pfeiffer ads. Will be dosed from 6 . Aug. 21 until 6 . Aug. 25 for replacement of the Railroad crossing Blue Ash police said. A cars will be detoured Over bypass 50 to Mckinley to Creek a officer Jim Allen said. Over one Hundred homeowners in the area of Kenwood rd., Ken Ridge Meyers Bell Brasher Francis Ritter and connecting streets will be allowed through the construction area co their Homes officer Allen said. Bit Cote driveway products tar Cote restores beautifies and protects All Blacktop surfaces 5 Gal. .7.29 Tarnex with Silicon Sand for a rougher surface 5 Gal. 8.49 i9ai. Crack filler 2.20 66 Patch .2.70 free applicator with 5-5 Gal. Cans Caff for free delivery oct Saab lock land 821-0074 Swifton Center 731-2580 that government should remain close to the people should realize that in urging suburban municipalities to do their share in funding Renu we Are participating in government in an Active manner rather than passively permitting Washington to dictate what is Best for us. In Thi situation however no matter who is the prime mover Renu is clearly Best for us. While crime will always exist it can be effectively controlled by efficient police departments skilled prosecutors an effective judiciary and an Alert and informed citizenry. It would certainly be a shame if suburban municipalities were ignorant and uninformed regarding the real Worth of grand opening Renu the most effective deterrent to organized drug crime that we have in our Community. Timothy s. Hogan senior assistant Cincinnati prosecutor Madeira City prosecutor oops registration for All students planning to attend st. John the evangelist school 7121 Plainfield rd., Deer Park will be held 9-11 30 . Fri., aug. 25, rather than at 11 30 As was reported in last weeks life. Elder Beerman at Swifton shopping Center opened its doors officially aug. 10 with a a Rand opening ribbon rutting ceremony. State representative Norm Murdock Cut the ribbon White Charles Waldron vice chairman and chief administrative officer of elder Beerman watches at his left. Swifton store manager Sam Campbell stands at his right while other store employees look on. Similar ceremonies were taking place at three other locations of elder Heerman. Marking the opting of the a e want what you want Quot stores in Cincinnati. Elder Beerman purchased the stores from mabley and Carew earlier this year. Serendia s is of tour 13 p 8 ctr Groz to May Aie 2.71-1400 As dose As your Telephone Raia Snow Shine we deliver anytime. Summ unit Sommi i Civ it Impi if i a not it i. Nit 1 prices Good August 16,17,18 and 19 Chuck roast Choice. 99 Little pig 159 City Chicken a 159 freshly ground beef. 3 ,., a 89 Bacon Judy a sliced slab.1.09 Turkey breasts in. 1.29 Eye of . 159 Kahn a deluxe Bologna. 129 Thuringer or Chicago Mett a 2.09 Gold medal flour. 51b.bag 59 Catsup White Villa .14.1i, 3 for 1.00 tomatoes Honey Grove. #303 can 3 for 1.00 Vienna sausages Armour .5 , 2 for 69 Cracker jacks .�?��., ���.,�?��?� Box 10 Cash and Cany pric. 3v4%, gallon 1.39 Upton Tea bags. A 100 count 159 bananas. 2 ibs. 49 seedless grapes red potatoes. In. 69. Lol Bujor $1.45 orders received after 12 noon will be delivered the following Day Beer delivered by the Case same Low Price 7234 Ohio ave., Deer Park open Fri Eves till 9 . Place High Dave Schmidt and Dave Schwalbe june graduates of Moeller High school were designated a extremely Well qualified with grades of 5 and 14 other Moeller graduates placed High on the College Entrance examination boards advanced placement test in English composition and literature. Larry Effler Paul Effler Steve Hertzenberg Dave Montag and Mark Potticary received a Grade of 4, a Well Dave Breitenbach John Gahl Mike Haggerty. Mike Lovelace Peter Manczyk Dave Pflanz Mike Pierce John Rozzi and de Schoelwer received a 3, a qualified or Grade. The numerical grades make the students eligible for College credit advanced placement or both. Montgomery to consider ordinance the Montgomery City Council in its preliminary work session wed., aug. 23, 7 30 ., will consider an ordinance providing for the issuance of $350,000 in notes by the City of Montgomery in anticipation of the issuance of Bonds for the purpose of paying the costs of improving Montgomery rd., Between Cooper re. 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