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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - February 24, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioReady . Jack Falck Laft and Jim Pika second from right instruct Dannis Duvali and Susan Floar in shooting. Dannis and Susan will a two of tha youngsters participating in tha Mada Ira Kan Wood Jaycees shooting education program beginning Friday at 7 30 . In tha gym at Miami Hills school. Tha five week course is open to youth Between tha Ages of seven and 14.this is tha fifth consecutive year for tha program which has trained More than 360 youngsters in tha Madeira Kenwood area in tha Basic fundamentals of safety shooters responsibility and accuracy. For further information Call Dick Floar 561-7440. 4 for youth a two areas to study recreation program Silverton Council was told thursday that Many of its negro youth were among those who loitered at the intersection of Montgomery ecu and Kennedy ave. Last summer when Cincinnati police were called to quell disturbances. The charges were made by members of the Kennedy Heights youth federation who were present to ask councils support for their project. The Kennedy Heights i Quot a but swimming Pool privileges must be Only for local residents As it is group wanted it known that it was not Only boys from their neighbourhood that were a changing around 1 this intersection at two and three of clock in the morning. A regardless of where they Are from a one of the spokesmen for she group said a we want to give Diese boys and girls some forms of organized entertainment and Mape table places to meet so there will be no repetition of last Summers episodes. Councilman Jack Young was surprised that parents were not aware of what their children were doing at two and three of clock in the morning. He and other Council members expressed the opinion that the parents attitude and interest in their children were As much a part of keeping these youths out of trouble As is a place to entertain them. Mayor Richard Benken expressed Hie Faith in the negro residents of Silverton both a citizens and parents. He believes great strides have been made in improving the relationship Between races in Silverton by planning recreation and other program for All the people. He said Silverton Park Layfield is open to All 2nd Arres on drug charges in Blue Ash Robert Dessauer 21, 4816 Myrtle ave., Blue Ash has been charged with two counts of Possession of narcotics by Blue Ash poke. Dessauer was arrested sunday at his Home and charged specifically with Possession of 3.2 Grama of hashish and two ltd capsules. The charges were made a the result of Purchase of the drugs several weeks ago by an undercover agent from Dessauer Blue Ash it. Frank Sumter said. Dessauer has been released on $2,000 Bond on each charge. This is the second arrest involving narcotics made during the past few weeks by the Blue Ash police working in cooperation with the Indian Hill rangers. Supported and controlled by local taxpayers. Benken asked councils Parks and recreation committee to meet with representatives of the Kennedy Heights youth federation to find possible ways in which Silverton Council and residents can be of most help. Annexation okayed 811 v e r ton soil c i t or Herman Wenker reported that the Hamilton county commissioners had granted the request of local officials for the annexation of a Section of Stewart re. To Silverton. This territory includes the 1-7 interchange and 900 feet North of it on the East Side of Stewart re. Wenker said that approximately 27 acres of ground had been added to the City. He believes the biggest gain to Silverton in this annexation a not the territory obtained but in the use planned for it. An increase in salary for the solicitor was approved when Council passed an emergency ordinance to make the remuneration for this position $3500 a year. Councilman Thomas Clinton safety committee chairman announced that patrolman Delbert Whitson had tendered his resignation effective March 4. Clinton then asked that Teddy Mark Ruble be hired As Whitson a successor. Ruble finished second in a recent civil service exam. Police chief Kenneth Dye requested the immediate employment of Ruble because the last enrolment for Norwood police school s Short training classes will be feb. 22. B e n k e n n a me d t h e following to the valuation Board for the juvenile program judge Olive Holmes James Bedinghaus and Charles Keyes. Thumbs Down Council voted against recommending a liquor License for the Sale of 3.2 a Beer at the Tijuana Taco. Mongtomery. Arguments against it were that there is a Church across the Street from it and that a restaurant almost opposite it had closed because of the problems they were having and they did no to sell alcoholic drinks. 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Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 ser tog the communities of Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Sih it Ertons Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood maak of cla Culatto integrity 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio wednesday february 24,1971 display aos Ano news. Ssi-034 classified aos. Volume in no. 29 at Kennedy school Outlook favourable for federally funded experimental kindergarten Prospect were favourable yesterday that an experimental kindergarten for so children will begin March 1 at Kennedy elementary school. Concurring in the recommendation of Cincinnati school superintendent or. Paul Miller the Cincinnati Board of education monday voted unanimous approval of the proposal. The innovative project would be federally funded under the title iii seeds school Community evaluation development system program. Representatives of the Kennedy school Community association went to Columbus thursday to apply for Federal funds. They were Given guidelines As to the Type of proposal which would be considered for funding. The proposal was written with the help of the Cincinnati school administration and presented a at mondays school Board meeting which was attended by some 35 parents. The next step is to return to for final approval of Federal assistance. Mrs. Earnestine Jackson Kennedy school president said she does not anticipate any hang up. Some $6,200 would be needed for the project. This would cover payment of the professional supervisor and evaluation. A explained by mrs. Jackson this would be a truly innovative program where the supervisor car teacher under contract and volunteers would be working directly with the students in the same relationship. The addition of the volunteers would reduce the teacher student ratio from the current 30 to 1 to 8 to 1. Program goals goals of the program Are to improve the education environment of children to develop positive education attitudes in the Community and to improve Community participation in the education process. Two sessions would be held one in the morning and the other in the afternoon. The 60 children deprived of full time kindergarten because of the program Cut backs will attend the classes. The 60 children now in kindergarten will be Able to continue until the end of this school year june 18. Defeat of the operating Levy resulted in the reduction of the kindergarten program. Representatives of the Kennedy school Community agreed at the Board meeting that they would continue the experimental program next year regardless of whether or not the Public schools operate kindergarten. The group seemed confident of being Able to secure Federal funds for continuation of the experimental project. A kind ergs v v to Pool submitted to the Board in january by the Kennedy group was turned Down primarily on the Baais that it would be conducted exclusively by volunteers and of evaluation was included. Quot if you quit you re a goner the show still goes on for al Ackerman 8 circus Clown by Helen fix when the Polack Brothers circus opens feb. 26 in Reading pa., one of the clowns delighting the audience will be an 8 9-year-old Cinci Natian who is following the advice of his employer a Ackerman done to you Ever retire because if you do you re a goner. As Long As i own the show you la be in and for Albert Ackerman whose show business career spans seven and a half decades the advice has evidently been sound his sprightly manner slim build and fantastic memory belie i s age. It All began when al was 13 years old and was offered a Job with an acrobatic troupe a to travel All Over the world and make $100 a the Young boy ribbed his Way into the Job by saying his Mother had Given her permission. He p. R act iced with the troupe arabian acrobats and opened with the show at the zoological gardens for a 12-week engagement. The Day of reckoning came when he had to ask his Mother to sign the contract permitting min to go on tour. Mother Ackerman said no but his father taking a More practical View replied a let him go. We be got seven other Young al quickly Learned what it meant to be conned. He received nothing the first two and a half years but his room and Board. The second two and a half years he was to get $5 a week plus Bis keep. He stayed with the troupe Only two years and left when the management went to Morocco to hire al Ackerman left 89-year-old Down with Polack Brothers circus recounts an amusing incident to his Mother Walter whom he has Hean visiting in Madeira. Ill Milf Limber company lumber and plywood Cut to size por. Pm Mil to till Tatules basketball backboards train Tablas. Says Blue Ash re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 More acrobats. Committed to show business al joined a minstrel show for better wages $15 a week and keep. Of this he sent $14 Home. Next he tried his hand at vaudeville for two or three years and was with Ringling Bros circus for three weeks in 1897. Only an adventuresome versatile performer would have accepted the next offer. An acrobat who could play the role of a st. Bernard dog. He took the part with the understanding that his sister Frieda mrs. Frieda. Buck Nan could have a role in the chorus. Sister and brother worked in san Francisco and in Australia for seven months. The year 1905 saw al return to work with the arabian acrobats. The troupe played in France but al left after 11 weeks and played music Halls and. In. A German circus for three see our special food values on Page 5 Tokayi i a amp supermarket years. The latter move proved to be fortuitous because it was Here he met is future wife Gertrude a native of Prague Czechoslovakia who had been reared in a family connected with the Bohemian opera. He left the circus is 1907 and. Played music Halls in France Holland and Belgium. The same year he and Gertrude were married in England. Returning to the u.s., he and Gertrude did a singing and dancing and acrobatic after his wife did a stint a dancer and performed _ one show with the unforgettable Fanny Brice. Something different in 1916, al decided it was time to try something different and took to the Road with a tabloid musical comedy troupe composed of 12 people for three years. He returned to work with an acrobatic troupe for one year and in 1920 went into business for himself with. His. Own troupe. The six tip tops. Hie act included acrobatic work and a comedy Knock about Down act. After 31 years of tvs strenuous entertaining continued on Page 2 act As in b Leitera Bach plumbing service within your shopping ares 7s1-ss04-ss1-6134-ss1-s203 shot pairing �034 Montgomery Road pleasant Ridge Geo. Schwaegerle what a haul Dick Yahn a Don Porter and al Kuhn left to right proudly display their sail fish caught off the coast of Acapulco. And a shark for Good measure feb. 12 will Long be remembered by three local fishermen each of whom caught a sail fish weighing 100 pounds or More. The fabulous catch was about 25 Miles off the coast of Acapulco Mexico and the Good Luck began when Dick. Yahn 7609 Miami ave., Madeira pulled in a shark. His next catch was much bigger a 7 it. 9 Inch mail Fiah weighing 100 lbs. Don Porter 7809 Shawnee run rd., Indian Hill followed by pulling in a 9 it. 6 Inch 122 la. Sail Fiah and not to be outdone al Kuhn 7821 Matson ct., Deer Park landed an 8 it. 105 la. Sail fish. The fourth one another sail fish got away from Yahns line. But he might not have had the strength to pull it in. It took my 35 minutes to land the first one and the other two fishermen played the line 45 minutes before pulling in their catches. The men Ware enjoying a Delco promotion sales trip. The sail fish catches a first for All three were unexpected bonuses. Of yes the wives. Marge Yahn Ruth Porter and Dee Kuhn were permitted to shop while the men fished. The fish Are being mounted in Mexico and Dick plans to display his Over the fireplace. Ken sil credit Union to meet on sunday the newly formed Ken sil credit Union will have an organizational meeting sunday at 6 . At it. Sinai Baptist Church 6850 Plainfield rd., next to the Silverton municipal building. Residents of Kennedy Heights Silverton and pleasant Ridge Are invited to attend. Membership fee of $5.50 entitles persons to privileges of the credit Union including voting and borrowing Money. Purpose of the Union is to make Small Loans to people hopefully at lower rates of interest than can be obtained through commercial establish Menta. Three Hurt in crash a three persons were hospitalized As a result of a car Accident f he. 16, at Wexford and. Galbraith. Jerry Novotny 45, 377.1. Guam ct., suffered a possible broken right and ribs. His wife. Lovann Novotny received head and knee lacerations. Richard Cox 39, a truck Driver from West Virginia the other Driver suffered possible Shock. All were taken to be Beada North by the Deer Park. Life squad. Cox westbound on Galbraith was cited for failure to Stop at a Stop sign. Silverton women to Grant More scholarships Silverton woman a club has announced an increase in its annual scholarship Grants from two $300 awards to three $300 awards for the year 1971. Any graduating senior living in Silverton and attending Wood Ward. Walnut Hills Moeller Regina or my. Notre Dame is eligible to compete for an award. Applications have been sent to the above schools and seniors May obtain same from their school principal or guidance Counselor. Completed applications must be returned to mrs. Elmer Schnee president no later than. Apr. 24. Judges have been chosen from the educational Field of Cincinnati and their decision is final. The dub will hold a card party March 19 to support the scholarship fund. Imam Ogil to is everything looks crib it this time of the year including me like slip coven end drapes that Are a tired of it a Stop at Richter s Wilt show you How reasonably they can toe replaced. 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