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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - December 17, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioFly i Iitto a sir sch for Christmas holidays Sycamore schools to close Friday Blue Ash Council All members of Blue Ash City Council were it elected in this fairs election. They were a worn in by judge John p. Of Conner at a he organizational meeting Are. Bach Row. tons Charle Proctor. Stephanie Stoller Curtis rattle. Judge oc0finer, Council persons Robert Schueler and Hon Biederman. Seated Are v Lee mayor paid Mckinney left and mayor Raymond l. Monab. Sycamore Board of education met in special session dec. 11 to answer questions about school operations following passage of a 4.8 Mill operating Levy dec. 9. A we pledged to the people that we would keep the schools open for extra curricular activities and. Community a a use and would not reduce transportation services if the Levy passed in de Cem her a s up or in ten Dent Eugene Shrimpton said. A and the Board has reaffirmed wholeheartedly this a series of reductions in services had been planned following defeat of the Levy in a september. Now even though the Levy cannot be collected until 1977, the Board has the Power to borrow Money against the anticipated increase in funds and thus stave off major cuts in services.,. Shrimpton said. Sea Riore schools will close on Friday dec. 19 for the holidays As the result of the adoption of a modified Calendar that will help bring about some savings in Energy Shrimpton reported. Originally classes would have been held on the 22nd and 23rd. School will re open on monday. Jan. 5 As originally planned. The Calendar keeps the week Long Spring vacation As normally provided. Added is a Legal Holiday for students and employees on Jan. 19 in Honor of Martin Luther King. Legislation honouring or. King was not passed by the general Assembly until late in the summer after the 1975-76 a Calendar had a already been prepared. The additional Days off will be made up in june by students attending school until the 9th and teachers until the 10th. A Resolution specifically honouring the citizens committee leaders who headed up the Campaign Effort was approved. Named were or. And mrs. Lowell Thomas Blue Ash school or. And mrs Bruce Pavlech Maple Dale school or. And mrs. Bill Battelle Montgomery school or. And mrs. Steele Mattingly Edwin Greene school or. And my Tom Bales Sycamore Junior High or. And mrs. Gerald Shipley Sycamore High or. And mrs. James Wyler Campaign treasurer and boo Kite per and Russell Adams Board of education member who headed the Overall Campaign. New tax rates for 1976 were approved As required by Law. The new rates Are 5.51 Mills $5.51 per $1,000 assessed valuation for Bond retirement the 1975 rate is 7.00 Mills. The new operating rate will be 27.95 mils the current rate is 31 41 Mills. The reduction of school taxes for 1976 in the Sycamore District is due primarily to the Roll Back following reappraisal of property throughout the county this past year. The schools will receive about t he same amount of Money under the hew rates. The next meeting of the Board will be held wednesday dec. 17 at 8 . In the Sycamore High 7400 Cornell re. What is teen Challenge ? by Man Reea 11 Ehman last year a Young Man was brutally attacked with a a baseball Bat in Drake Park. Kennedy Heights. The attacker was a Young teenage boy. The victim Ken Bagwell is still paralysed. The crime seemed even More terrible where it was Learned that Ken Bagwell had devoted his life to rehabilitating teen age drug addicts in a program called teen Challenge. He was director at the time. That was the first Quot time Many suburban residents had heard of teen Challenge. The teen Challenge building is located on Vine Street in the Over the Rhine area. The Sycamore Deer Park Jaycees paid the mortgage on the building this strip of pawnshops bars derelicts and poorer people trying it get along is a Long Way for n Suburbia hut the problem of drug addiction is right in our own Back Yard according to the reverends skip Neubarth and Jim Gray. They head up the Vine Street operation since the attack on Ken Bagwell. Drugs Are More available than Ever before according to the men and they Are in the schools. Neubarth and Gray include alcohol and nonprescription drugs in this category. The boys who come through the teen Challenge program Are not just from Vine Street. They Are from Lue Ash Sycamore and other suburban areas As Well. What do kids get at teen Challenge for one thing. They get religion. They also get a Good Chance to be Truff rehabilitated. The program is religion entered. Boys need not adhere to any particular sect of christianity but a general Christian life is taught. The directors look for a True religious Awakening in program members. The Voung men who have this religious experience Are the most Likely to Suo eed in kicking a drug habit according to Rev. Neubarth. The teen Challenge is under the auspices of the assemblies of god Church but is not financially supported by this Church. It is funded through local financial contributions. Boys and Young men get other things at teen a Challenge. They get a warm bed and clean Homey . They get firm but Loving discipline. A May be their first encounter with a routine. Boys must get up dress eat help with activities at the Center attend classes in Christian living. They May also experience for the first times in their lives another persons concern for their welfare. While the program is religion entered human concerns and problems Are dealt with professionally. There Are Volunteer doctors and psychiatrists on the staff. There Are volunteers skilled in helping with learning disabilities. The program emphasizes spiritual intellectual and physical Well being. The spiritual is the most important however according to teen Challenge. Without it rehabilitation is not possible. The life at teen Challenge is orderly. It is also somewhat austere no to no newspapers routines outings Only according to schedule the door is open for those who want to leave. And Many leave. But of those who stay and Complete the entire program. 70 percent Are rehabilitated. The teen Challenge criteria for a cure is rather rigid. Program officials count As cured Only those boys who Are off drugs off alcoholic and cigarettes and who Are functioning profitably in their communities and Church. Sixty percent of the boys who come to teen Challenge come through the courts. There is probably no other program which has such a Success Story to Tell and the courts Are eager to place boys there. There Are 18 Beds at the Vine Street building. About 50 boys Complete the program in a year. It costs teen Challenge about $3,000 to put one boy through the program which lasts a year with various bases including work training. It costs the Ohio Outh commission Between $13.000 and $15,000 to maintain a boy for a year. There Are 88 teen challenges in the United states and 100 worldwide. They and the boys who Are rehabilitated have at least one thing in common Jesus Christ. Steak and shake robbed of $250 an estimated $250 in Cash was taken from a Cash drawer at the Steak and shake 9770 Montgomery re. Dec. 9 at 11 15 . According to m on t gom Ery pol i be a. Young Black Man entered the store and placed an order at the counter. As he stood there he reached Over the counter opened the Cash drawer and removed the Money. He fled on foot out the front door. He was last seen in the area of the old Montgomery drive in theater. Blue Ash canine corps was called in following the robbery. Police Are investigating. Montgomery settlers arrived in 1795 the first settlers in Montgomery Ohio arrived in 1795, not in 1775 As printed last week. The error was typographical. In 1775, there were no White people in the Montgomery area. Some Good news and bad. Hoho 11 Hughes research tan Smith. 9851 toll Gate lit., a Junior at Sycamore High a published his research a Volean in and seismic Cluster periods Quot in the fall Issue of Earth science Magazine an intern Aliona i feature Magazine of Geo science. The article includes a history of volcanic and seismic act tivi ties and a study of related theories. A Ory also conferred with other scientists he has been interested in the subject about 4 years he is a member of the National Honor society Sycamore student marching band coed its the school literary Magazine and is a uti Liticia for the football and basketball teams. Its Nice to hear Good news. So often a newspaper has to print bad or medium bad news or heaven forbid Boring news. A woman called the other Day however with really Pifkin a pin mrs. Trudy Houser 4247 e. Galbraith rd., Deer Park was entertaining two other ladies one afternoon last week. It was just getting dark when she heard a Knock at the door. A is that your car parked there with the lights on a asked a teen aged boy after mrs. Houser answered the door. A your Battery will run Down a he cautioned. The car did belong to one of the ladies visiting mrs Fruitcake Sale for life squad Blue Ash Montgomery life squad ladies auxiliary is Selling Benson fruitcakes for the holidays. They Are available in 1v6 or 3 Pound sizes and Are pre shed. Order by calling Betty Rolf at 791-2420, or Diane Harman at 891-8145. Proceeds will be used to buy needed equipment for a. The life squat Houser and the car Battery had run Down. A do you know that Young Man went out and found a Friend who returned driving another car and they jump started my friends car a mrs. Houser relates. She does t know the Young Many a name so she asked us to thank him for her. A thank you Good Samaritan and All you other Good hearted people out there of whatever it was my week for phone Calls a Young Man Cary Bridges of Silverton called us expressing concern about the Large number of cd radios stolen in the area. He suggests that cd owners have their names and identifications engraved on their radios he cautions a would be buyer of a cd radio not to fail for a a a hot one. A when somebody ofers you a $200 radio for $25 be suspicious a he says. Gary says he knows of people however particularly truck Drivers who have been offered a a hot radios at truck stops along the Highway. Reader reaction Henry Camp resigns come Early to installation to the editor with the knowledge that the incoming mayor intends to replace me with a political appointee i have reluctantly tendered my resignation As director of Public safety and service of the City of Deer Park effective december 12, 1975. For Over sixteen years i have served our Community and its citizens under two political organizations and three mayors. It has been a vastly rewarding fulfilling and sometimes trying experience for myself and my family but one which i will remember As the richest and most useful part of my life. I wish to thank mayor Kleiman for his support and encouragement and All those officials of whatever party who have cooperated with me especially the Loyal employee without whom no individual can do the Job and those citizens of our a immunity who have understood and agreed with my policy of equal service for All. I wish particularly to thank my wife and two sons for their total involvement in our Community and for their unflagging help and. Support and to apologize for All the evenings and weekends its work took me away from them Good Luck and Good health to our City. J. Henry Camp 6thanks to life squad to the editor we would like to express our gratitude to the Rossmoyne life squad and officer William Harris for their Quick a response and their understanding when Thev were most needed on sunday dec. 7. Officer Harris also went to the Hospital with me and brought me Home. All involved were quite kind. Mrs. Douglas Howard and family 8524 Donegal or. Top Boss. Robert f. Kraft of Morgan raiders in. A been named Boss of the year for 1975-71� by the Cincinnati chapter of the a m e r t e a n b u sine s % i omens association Aku a. He is president of the Sabin bobbins paper company and the Boss of mrs. Donald a. It Itschner. Kraft is a member of the Cincinnati club. Kenwood country club and the Canadian club of new York. He a been an important Factor in the Success of the Tholar hip funds of the local Abu a. Sunday dec. 2ist w and picture on the Wall or print purchased and framed t0dav7 25�/< off imontgom6rv 9723 mon Pomery re. I Western Hills Mips Wnm. I it. Mitchell Tkv. Is a the Chr Sims gift that lasts forever h Hames ave p0 it yourself picture framing life Uberoi at. Map wpipmp1 suburban scene with Maureen Hehman according to state representative Helen. Fixes column a Bill defining death has been introduced in the state House which is and to be the subject of a lot of she write a the Bill sponsored by rep. Scribner Fauver of Elyria would define when death occurs along the following lines death would occur when a person has experienced a an irreversible creation of spontaneous respiratory and circulatory a if artificial Means of support Are being used to maintain respiratory and circulatory functions then death would occur when the person has experienced an a irreversible cessation of spontaneous brain fun in both cases the decision As to when these functions have stopped is to be made by a physician a based on Ordinary standards of medical practice a Many serious Legal and ethical questions Are involved and the Bill does not Deal with these issues it merely defines death. A the real Impact of the Bill is the recognition that death can occur when brain. Functions Hare 1 know its the season to be Jolly but. The tree Isnit trimmed yet. In a finishing up those personal Little notes t o o u t of f to w n friends on my Christmas cards. Will i Ever think of what to give aunt a 1 e shopping 1 ast week i was practically arrested when i pulled out my department store credit card. It seems the computer got mixed up. By the time i straightened it out it was too late to shop. The store manager was most apologetic. At the next store i went to i thought i d play it smart and write a Check. This time the store did a Telephone credit Check which would have done Pinkerton company proud while i and about 15 other irate shoppers waited. At the grocery store i t Hought for once in my life i had picked the right line. Things were moving right along the lady in front of me almost had her groceries checked out. A say what a the Price on this Cheree a called out the Check out clerk As she picked up the last item. It took another store employee 15 minute to find the answer. Hoho to. Your Best buy is Csini 2 suburban life wednesday dec. If 1975 Judy s food Market ,4s close As your Telephone rain Snow Shine we deliver anytime to the editor May 1 prevail upon your a letters to1 the editor column to express sincere thanks to the voters of Deer Park for favouring my election to the office of mayor and for supporting me with such a Fine democratic majority in City Council on january 1st the newly elected officials will be installed by judge Paul George in Council chamber at 1 . As there is limited seating i would urge All in term Ted persons who plan to attend to come Early. A reception and party at Community Center building will immediately follow the installation ceremony. My sincere Best wish for a merry Christmas and a Happy new year to the Northeast suburban staff its readers and especially to the residents of the right town with a Bright future my beloved Deer Park. Francis r. Healy mayor elect City of Deer Park 791-81�2791-8165 79t753l these prices will run up the amp including dec. 24 new York strip Steak 7-8 oz_______1.49 Aach Chip Baal 8 az.________________99 Trail Bologna 1.79�. Freshly ground beef _3 lbs. Or Mare 69. Bacon Judy s sliced slab----------1.19spareribs lean amp meaty----------1.39little pig sausages-------------1.59all lean tender stewing beef 1____1.59 it. Home made beef barbecue_________1.79 Bologna Chicken liver Ham salad_____1.09 hams boned belled or baked a sliced free cheese balls-______________1.89 each turkeys ducks Capone roasting chickens fryers Chicken breasts Chicken legs. All of us at Judy s wish All our friends amp customers a very very merry Christmas sauce White Villa strained or whole bean ------3 cans 1.00 or. Softer pretzels loops or Sticks or triscuit wafers______2 hexes 1.00 of Quot 1 save 40 Folger s Coffee pm $le09j redeemable it Judy s Merket thru dec. 24. Crisco 3 la. Can 1.49 ice Cream French Bauer i gal________1.19 he maid stick Margarine-----------49 a Cracker barrel spreadable Sharp Cheddar Haver 8 ez.____79 candied Dill Sticks White Villa 16 79 College Loa Chichra broth________2 cans 49 Purina Tana a kidney cat to cans 49 a head lettuce________________35 hot ananas____________________2 la. 39 a Florida juice oranges___________49 Dez orders received after 12 noon will be do Liv tied the following Day Beer delivered by the Case same Low Price 7234 Ohio ave. Deer Park open Fri. Eves. Till 9

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