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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - August 25, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioDeer hosts filipino student three weeks in the United states and already Oscar dyes problem is Money. Oscar by is a 17 year old Exchange student from the philippine islands Here for a one year stay at the Home of or. And mrs. Robert Davis Deer Park. So far his Only problem seems to be stretching his allowance to the end of the month. Sponsored by Deer Park High school in connection with the american Field service oscars Hometown is Olon Gapo City the largest military installation in Southeast Asia. He has studied English since Grade school where he was taught in both English and his native language and now Speaks five languages. Although he has completed High school according to filipino standards and plans to study medical technology in a University near his Hometown when he returns Oscar will repeat his senior year at Deer Park High school a just for the Oscar finds Cincinnati to be More Industrial than cities in the islands and also finds that dating customs in the United states Are much different from what he expected. He explained that in the Philippines a Parent Oscar by or relative al Way s goes along on a Date to chaperone. Oscar commented that he finds dating in the . Much More enjoyable. Deer Park High school aps chapter is financing oscars stay while he is in the United states. Red project to promote intercultural rapport the presbyterian reconciliation. Educational design red project funded last Spring to operate in Shroder Junior High school feeder area is a cooperative Experiment by the Cincinnati and Miami presbytery and the school Community evaluation and development system seeds and has now taken on Concrete shape. Its purpose is to make available to Shroder and its feeder schools pleasant Ridge Losan ii i i be Kennedy Heights and Silverton resources which can be helpful in promoting intercultural understanding. In an Effort to determine the extent of racial problems in the schools and communities members of the coordinating committee were interviewed. Basic data included the rapid population change particularly in Kennedy Heights. In an. Effort to provide an Opportunity for people to examine differences in culture values and attitudes among those people in the Community now the coordinating committee is setting up racial reconciliation workshop s on a Volunteer basis for a select number of parents teachers so eds Community aides and children attending Shroder. Participants will be exposed to racism in values attitudes and concepts and staff and participants will be both Black and White. Both adults and children will participate in three three Day workshops. The first week will focus on racism itself the second on racism and developing skills in dealing with racial attitudes the third with adults and children together focusing on organization a 1. Development in finding Concrete ways of coping with the larger problems. A 7hs. Mindali lumber company lumber and plywood Cut to size carpenters recommended for ail types of remodelling. A �?�05 Blue Ash ltd. Rossmoyne 791-8122 Library Ohio historical society 1982 Velma ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0284 serving the communities of Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village a Indian Mill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dilton Vale Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio wednesday August 25,1971 display ads Ano news classified aos. ,. San a 2 34 731-7170 vol. X to. 4 Council hears preliminary report of Silverton charter review group Community psychology Institute will conduct the workshops. Members of the coordinating committee include Rev. Duane Hoim chairman Rev. Do n Peterson Edwin Stephens Mes. Tommie Birdsall Mary Morse Shirley Johnson Barbara Fritz Betty Crouset Arnold Bray or. Brendan Reddy Victor Gay and Holloway Sells. Workshop dates will be announced later. Deer pm. Eyes income tax hike vote Deer Park. Council is holding an unprecedented three meetings this week special meetings tuesday and wednesday and the a regular session tomorrow night for the purpose of passing an ordinance authorizing a november vote on a .7 percent increase in the City a income tax. The current rate is one percent and approval of the electorate is needed to increase the tax above that amount. The four Man democratic majority favors placing the matter on the ballot and is hopeful of passage of the ordinance. The City earlier mailed to its citizens questionnaires listing three alternatives for increasing the City a Revenue. They were charging for garbage collection an increase in the property tax or an increase in the income tax. More than 800 favored the income tax increase while some 300 opted for garbage collection fees and about 200 were for increasing the property tax. Deadline for filing the Issue with the Board of elections is sept. 1. M lines Axiph Paap Andrew r. Neidert president of Standard Federal savings amp loan association pleasant Ridge has been re elected District trustee of the savings amp loan foundation Board of trustees for a second year term. Neidert of Amberley Village is also president of the savings and loan league of southwestern Ohio. William j. Kleiman 4254 Orchard le., Deer Park has returned from the specially advertising association meeting at Miami Beach. Kleiman specially line director for Osborne Kern per Thomas inc., is a Deer Park councilman and Republican candidate for mayor. A Charlie Weidner announces the grand opening of his Tresler Comet service station 7778 Montgomery rd., Kenwood for four big Days aug. 28-29. Features will include a six bottle Carton of Pepsi cola with the Purchase of 10 Gallons of Gas plus bottle Deposit gee gee the Clown attractive Tresler ettes and models from. Lillian galloways Cincinnati mod to Agency. For further details see the and in today a Issue. Some 100 choir girls and acolytes from st., Vincent Ferrer Church Kenwood Are having a Ball today at Coney Island As the guests of their pastor for. Bernard Hutnik. Virginia Garrett who operates a dancing school at 6230 Montgomery .rd., pleasant Ridge left for England this week to attend the summer school of the Cecchetti society a Branch of the Imperial society of teachers of dancing in London where she will study the newest in dance education. The grand opening of beef in boards on Fork rd., in Harrison was a terrific Success according to Mary Jane Reddish who attended As a snip a representative. Mary Jane raved about the smorgasbord which preceded the play daughter your son a a a last season Broadway hit. She and her husband Martin thoroughly enjoyed the comedy and meeting the cast after the performance All in All Mary Jane recommends beef a boards As unique pleasant evenings entertainment. More information May be obtained by calling Cincinnati 421-2077 or Harrison 634-2291. By Marshall Baldwin preliminary reports from the committee drawing up a draft for charter amendments for Silverton indicate that All members Ore against the City manager form of government for Silverton. Councilman Paul Steman chairman of the charter review committee group reported to Council thursday that the study should be completed within the next few weeks and final recommendations will be submitted to Council. Steman revealed that among the items being considered in the charter is a change in the length of a term for councilmen. If present plans Are adopted the City fathers will serve1 four years instead of the two years now in Force. Another important change would be in the replacement of a at present a vacancy in Council is filled by a vote of Eland men regardless of the appointees political party. A proposed Charger amendment would make it mandatory that the Council vacancy be filled by a person of the same party As was his predecessor. The Southwest Ohio regional transit authority sorta requested Council to i Tupp a of a Mill tax. Levy to be voted on aug. 31. The Money raised from this tax would be used to Purchase the Cincinnati transit co. Councilmen refused to take sides on the Issue. Other Council action included studying a request for a Small Park in the Fordham Circle Section. The request was accompanied by a petition containing the signatures of 126 residents of the area. Receiving a thank you letter from the Silverton playground. Mathers club for the successful Way in which Council rid the Park of trouble makers. Planning Black Topping for Section re. From Montgomery re. To corporation line also repairing and resurfacing of Woodford and Plainfield ads. Financing for these projects is expected to come from Silverton a share of the 1972 Road tax fund. Hearing a report from policewoman Esther Kidder who revealed a gift of $100 to the police youth program. Learning that chief Kenneth Dye is in need of two school guards. Anyone interested in protecting children and at the same time earning some Money should Contact chief Dye at the Silverton municipal building. Learning that the Silverton police department has become the third Law enforcement Branch in this part of Ohio to own a polygraph and have its own operator. Good neighbor picnic rescheduled the Good neighbor picnic sponsored by a the Silverton neighbourhood association has been rescheduled for sunday from 3 to 9 . At Silverton play Field. Silverton families Are asked to bring their picnic baskets and share in the fun. The event origin ally set for aug. 22 was cancelled because of inclement weather. Preparing to embark on an unforgettable experience Art members of the youth group of Silverwood presbyterian Church Kenwood and Galbraith. The eager youngsters Rode the school bus in background All the Way to Yonkers . Where they worked two weeks with their Peers in the ghetto. Youth group experiences life in new York ghetto by Carol Pucco dinners around a a Ping Pong table in. The basement of an old hungarian Church gospel sings in the Street and a Block party in the Middle of a new York ghetto Are a few memories brought Back to Cincinnati suburbs by 14 members of the Silverwood presbyterian Church youth group who recently returned from a two week work visit to Yonkers . Vandals hit school vandals broke Glass in 12 windows and doors in Sycamore Middle school on Aldine dr., Blue Ash Over the weekend f i a a you be Giro you b a w a a in temptation done to leave a Forward a a _ address Quot a the weather is always a hard to Figura in Advance 4 but you can always Tom a Sura of the hottest a buys in Madeira at tha ho1 it�1 a of the howl b Friendly ones on Miami ave. The or. # Friendly special of tha week is Lucas exterior Oil paint 4 for Only $6.19 at a saving of $3.00. A a Dioroi a Cowman with ams Ville a cd Ohio pm. 752-3950 a Madeira a �940 Miami Ava. S�1-7200 a store hours a mon. Thru Fri. A to c q sat. A to 5 30 Sun. 10 to 4 m new Vespa cla0 Chow the bicycle with a motor built in it0nly m9900 a no License required a adjustable and handles rus tax and dec plate a we i ghee less than 75 it. A easy to ride no seat clutch no shifting speeds up to 40 Mph wide variety of colors a Low maintenance a modern s0cc eng. Lay a Way por Christmas pm i Bank americano j it. It r fat to m a completely enclosed drive system a full one year warranty a very quiet a dual brakes Cincinnati motorcycle Silverton 7216 Montgomery 791-6711 enter innocent pleas attorney Burton signer Amberley Village and Edward c. Guilfoyle jr., Indian Hill real estate broker entered pleas of innocent monday when they were arraigned on grand jury indictments involving income tax returns. . District court judge Timothy Hogan set tentative trial dates for both defendants Jan. 17 for and Jan. 24 for signer. Cracked out a it the results Are a b a o in t e in a n tax t in reports Jane Brewer. Last week she advertised crocks for Sale through a Csini instant action want and. She had 30 Calls the first Day and could have sold is if she d had them. The next week she advertised a brass bed. The Calls kept coming Long after the bed had been sold it s fresh organic vegetables. Organic health and diet foods. Vitamins and supplements. Organic fertilizers Gertrel la july. Mcdonald so a a a Kenwood re. 791-�4�0 an every week occurrence at Csini your Market place m Suburbia. 731 7 �70. Newt retail Adt �31-0234 classified_______________731-7170 your family bicycle Headquarters featuring Stu Swul. Quality bicycle expert repair service on All makes m0ntc0mint by Coiny 9672 Montgomery re. 793-3865 the group whose trip was financed by car washes paper drives and other fund raising projects sponsored by the youth group throughout the year travelled by Way of than new school bus to live and work in a Yonkers ghetto so they might experience the life styles of people less fortunate than themselves. In past Summers members of the group have travelled to an Indian settlement in i o w a and to t b e appalachian mountains in West Virginia and Kentucky. While in new York the group was divided into teams and worked in Day care centers with children throughout Yonkers. They found the Black White and puerto rican children of the ghetto to be much the same As any other children although there weren to always available outlets for their love observed Kathy Miler a student at Deer Park High a some of the children had a hard family life and did no to know How to handle affection a Kathy noted explaining the roughness of the children in some instances. Although advisors of the trip saw that the group kept an 11 30 curfew in new York the students filled their nights talking with people their age who lived in the neighbourhood where they were staying. A the people questioned us a lot asked what we were doing there a said Robin Davis also a Deer Park High student. A when we first arrived we were sure it would be the longest two weeks of our lives a she said in explaining that the kids in the neighbourhoods tested them out for a while before the students were Able to win their Confidence and become friends. Later they became so close that one of the boys in the group Eugene Riddick spent the night several times at Homes of the people he met in the neighbourhood. Quot a around Here people Are More Apt to notice what you re wearing or what you look like but there nobody seems to care a said Eugene who was impressed with the openness of the people and Plana to return for a visit soon with his family. A i Learned to accept myself for what 1 was a Kathy commented a everybody seemed to Down their the Girk always stayed in pairs or groups of three although they did no to find living the ghetto dangerous or scary. They Learned to a keep cools according to Robin and things turned out Well. To achieve their goal of experiencing and helping new people each summer the group does no to plan to return to new York except for visits. 1,1 it was a learning experience a said Kathy. A but every year we wish we could go Back to the places we be besides the a summer projects the Silverwood youth group is Active in doing Volunteer work in Cincinnati. Through a project called fish the at u dents Volunteer their time in rest Homes working with the aged. Members Are also involved in working with a brain damaged child and children from the juvenile Home. This weeks Lucky number Worth $50 this weeks Lucky phone directory cover number is Worth $50 since no one stepped Forward to claim last weeks prize. The person with the number published in an and elsewhere in this Issue must bring his or her phone Book cover with the corresponding number to Cincinnati suburban newspapers., inc., 4415 Montgomery re. By noon monday following publication of the number. Check your covers folks. Someone has a Lucky one acc get a i Tiara Tea tid Naii Mewhin when it Quot by o by Jackie Thome Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping area 791 a ads $�1 a a 154, �?��?�1 -9203 i then True sadness any when when its Back to school Timet the kids Are usually excited about seeing old friends and making new ones. Teachers look Forward to a new routine. And mom and dad they re just Plain relieved yet it Back to school time at o Kenwood mall and All the merchants have gone out of their Way to bring special a values into their Stone for you. It s True that Wilson paint and Leomark Melody shop and a few other stores Don t. Carry what a usually considered Back to school merchandise but they be been looking ahead. I la bet you can find bargains in needed. Items at All the stores on the mall. To in addition to my savings we have a special treat for o mom s and dad s and kiddies. Tomorrow at 11 a.m., 2 ., o 5 . And 7 ., three magicians will be on the mall their wands waving fingertips snapping creating mystical magical wonders from out of nowhere or. Sir prise it. Ray Turner Bob Shuster the master magician and Sultan of Silks Shi Cullen wit to performing. And besides Alt that right before your eyes the magician win be making balloons into the shapes of All sorts of 0 animals dogs rabbits giraffes. These balloons will be Given
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