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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - June 16, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioRet rement deferred Library Ohio somaty1902 Velma ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 a or school guard returning by popular demand Herbert Goesling had planned to retire this year from his Post As school crossing guard at Lester and Montgomery but he will return next year by popular demand of the youngsters whose safety he guards. In fact the school has accorded him the signal Honor of designating him a adult crossing guard of the always interested and Active in youth work Goesling was encouraged three years ago by Harry Stoat guard at Montgomery and Ridge to take the Job. Evidently Goesling Hasni to regretted his. Decision. His enthusiasm it contagious and Quot herbs has become a favorite of the children mothers and staff of pleasant Ridge school. He is a special Friend of the sixth Grade patrol boys and girls and recently dowed his appreciation by treating 15 patrol members to an after school party at Burger King. The boys showed him the feeling was Mutual by preventing him with a gift certificate. A a herbs so involvement with youth began some 45 years ago. When he Wasny to Busy at his occupation in electrical maintenance with Cincinnati Gas amp electric where he was employed 36 years he was working with the boy scouts. He has participated in 360 Eagle award ceremonies is the recipient of the Scouters award the Scouters key the st. George medal for scouting and the Silver Beaver medal highest award presented to an adult in scouting. The notre Dame Blanket highest award Given to a graduating Bondsman has been awarded to Thomas a. Braken son of or. And in. Walter Brisken 9775 Ross ave., Montgomery. In order to receive the award four years membership in concert marching and varsity bands is necessary. After graduation Thomas will begin studying for a masters degree while employed by the general electric co., aircraft engine group Evendale. Savings amp loan Assn 4539 Montgomery rd., Norwood 0. 631 4246 esi.1904 on regular savings on certificates quarterly a a Deposit by the 10th interest from the 1st Steak Sale Figaro a Steak Sandwich Reg. 70c to place a classified and dial 7317170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 5310234 mum a Quot serving the communities of Blue a Kenned so Montgomery Amberley Village in Dian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon in Heigh tsp Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Mark or circulation integrity 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio wednesday june 16, 1971 display aos Ano news. Classified aos -. .s3 1 0234 .7317170 vol. In no. 45 Herbert Goesling Home in at 6408 Girard ave., not far from i school Post. His wife Mary passed away in february 1971. Not Content just to do the Job Goesling has performed Many extra services and is always looking for opportunities to serve the children and the school. A Parent expressed the feeling of the entire school by commenting Quot or. Goesling is a credit to out Community and school and a Faisant Ridge is privileged to have him As a crossing Board pledges offices ransacked five offices in the building at 8016 Plainfield rd., Deer Park were broken into Early Friday. According to police offices entered and ransacked were those of Home and care service nothing reported missing Huber Meyers Debord co., $8 in Cash taken or. Leo Solomon nothing missing Delaval Turbine inc., More than $100 taken John a Dumbacher attorney $16 taken and Richard h. Miller accountant Between $15 and $20 taken. Market burglarized King Kwik Market Hunt re. Blue Ash was b us go a r i Zed Friday. An undetermined amount of change cigarettes and a to were Token. District 6 police saturday arrested Otis Henry address unknown whom they say was Selling cigarettes stole from the King Kwik. Henry has been charged with receiving stolen goods. He failed to appear at his preliminary hearing police said. Convenient parking open daily j. P. Mcville v a presiden t James f. Bisque Sec re tary Sals ends sunday Midnight june 20 Figaro a pizza 6225 Montgomery re. 531-4846 pleasant Ridge store Only possible 4refund�?T if school Levy passes the Madeira Board of education has taken an unusual step to assure District voters that they cannot get trapped Between rising local property taxes and some As yet unknown state tax for education. A there is honest confusion in most voters minds about just what funds if any will come into the District from the state a said r life limes 1 Board president James Perin. Quot each new proposal gets publicity with a specific Dollar amount flowing Back to local school districts. It makes great Reading but we wont know the facts until the legislation is As a result the Board has made the following pledge the Madeira Board of education pledges that in the submission of its budget for the school year 1971-72 it. Will lower the property tax rate Dollar for Dollar to reflect each Dollar of additional general Revenue coming into the school District As a result of state legislation. For example for each $1,000 More the state gives this District up to the amount of the increase 4.25 Mill the District will reduce by $1000 the amount it collects through property tax. This action is dependent upon the passage Center for slow learners at Kenwood a special summer Day care Center for slow learners and emr children will be held at the Kenwood Baptist Church beginning june 21 and continuing through july 30, with option to continue. Students May also enrol for sessions beginning june 28. The Center is being independently operated by the misses Donna Johnson and Vicki Smith. Miss Johnson a senior at Ohio University is a major in special education. Miss Smith also a senior at Ohio University is majoring in Art education. She has taught Art classes for the Lima Art association and museum for the past two Summers. The Center will be held monday through Friday from 9 . To 2 . For further information Contact miss Johnson or miss Smith at 793-0474. Of the Levy june 29. The pledge is printed and signed in a letter going to All District households this week. Those close to school affairs cannot remember a previous occasion in which any Board in Hamilton county or elsewhere1 for that matter have made a similar a a refund pledge. It should be noted that the pledge is for the school year 1971/72. Its purpose is to assure voters that they need not hesitate to support a 6.45 Mills Levy which will be on the ballot june 29, because of uncertainly about the future. The june 29 Levy cuts by Over 50 percent the amount of new millage requested when. Compared to1 in operating Levy Bond Issue Defeated by Madeira voters in May. Motorist convicted Jarvis Graham 49, 8453 Darnell ave., was convicted june 7 in Hamilton county municipal court of reckless operation and drunk driving. He was fined $20 and costs on the first charge $100 and three Days in jail on the second and received a years suspension from driving. He was arrested at Ridge and Galbraith by Amberley Village police. Juveniles arrested two juvenile boys 13 and 15, were arrested Friday by the Cincinnati traffic Bureau and charged with larceny of an Auto belonging to Roy Martin 10351 Radabaugh. The car was stolen from Andy a Glass 7000 Montgomery re. And recovered later that Day by Cincinnati pm lice. The boys were referred to juvenile authorities. Grand larceny organic Gard r supplies Ferrell liquid amp . Cascade bark bar bark pay Gro and Cocoa Shell mulches. B o Nemea Rock phosphate Green Sand Mcdonald s 8968 Kenwood re. 791 8480 Blue Ash police reported 9200 lbs. Of sugar valued at $1100 were reported missing Friday by the Midwest donuts co., 9316 Blue Ash re. Mill Dali umber comp any lumber and plywood Cut to size carports is room mended for All types of remodelling. A a of Blue Ash re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 Mark Labonde who will be a senior at Madeira High school will spend the summer in Austria As an american Field service Exchange student. Mark who will leave june 23 and return around sept. 1, will live with two different families chosen by Madeira ass chapter and approved by International ass. He is the son of or. And mrs. Robert Labonde 7817 Tances dr., Madeira. A a transcendental meditation will be the subject of a lecture at 8 . Thursday june 17 in rooms 204-205 of Indian Hill High school. Or. And mrs. Lawrence t. Ballard will lecture. Or. And mrs. Charles Krone 7921 Keller rd., Are among local residents Roa share a belief in to. For further information Call the International meditation society 281-3025. Walter l. Rye jr., 7715 Rock Hill le., vice president of manufacturing and a director of the Cincinnati gear co., has been promoted to executive vice president. Glen Greene a Barber for the past 10 years has joined the staff at millions Barber shop 7031 Plainfield re. Greene Quot who formerly owned Glen flows Hilltop Barber shop lives in Deer Park with his wife Flora. A p or. And mrs. William Kleiman of Deer Park were among those attending the 25th anniversary celebrating the founding of John a. Murphy Post Catholic War veterans. Kleinman a Deer Park councilman was the first elected commander of the Post and Quot later served that organization As commander of the Hamilton county chapter. Youth assaulted Robert Leslie 18, 7810 Beech st., suffered Eye and head injuries and bruises on his Back and rib Cage when he was assaulted june 12, at Beech and Oakwood by two other youths. He was taken to Bethesda North by the Deer Park life squad. Breitenbach plumbing service i you too Cao Trust. Cincinnati has Ovar 500 places to buy Host. So Why should you buy at Marmery of Haro s Why Quot i a Miro your closed sundays satos policy. Let s Hope your leadership will influence other merchants. Look again. They re i pipes Maimer s h0n0rsi a shoppers charge a master charge a Ilahka Dericard Lance. �?T18&Quot is just one of Many new styles Kenwood mall generation 71 is the theme of the Talent show being presented by residents of Silverton saturday at 7 30 . At it. Sinai Baptist Church 6850 Plainfield re. These youngsters will be among those performing. Left to right Crystal Bell Peggy Wilson Vickie Kinley Evelyn Jones Clyde Debois Donald Clay Johnnie Bell Anson Burress Mark Debois. These youngsters assisted at a bake Sale an earlier project to raise $3800 for a Silverton school Community Center. Other bake Sale workers not shown Are Darryl Byrd Terry Gibson and Angela Vintus. The show saturday will feature singing dancing and comedy routines. A guest Singer will be Lawrence Kinley. Emcee duties will be shared by Ben Johnson of Krc Henry Quot Jelly Roll Quot Williams of win and mrs. Dorothy Dan Strong of Silverton who will also sing. Proceeds will be applied towards the $3800 goal. Tickets May be purchased at the door. Hupa proposes More professional suburban members on ant crime Agency a Resolution which if implemented would give the suburbs and Law enforcement More representation on the Hamilton county anti crime planning Agency was adopted unanimously by a unit vote at the Hamilton county police association june 10. While separate planning agencies Are permissible one for the county and one reporting crimes to the Index. The hupa approved a motion that a 11 departments file copies of their Fri reports of part 1 and other offences with col. Paul Fricker of the Hamilton county sheriffs patrol a within your shopping area 7d1-5f04-541 -6154 is 1-92d3 for Cincinnati the Resolution presented by Silverton police chief Kenneth Dye supports a county wide planning Agency providing the control Board contains seven members rather than six As proposed by Cincinnati and the Hamilton county commissioners. The hupa proposes the control Board contain three members selected by Cincinnati co Uncil two suburban mayors selected by the Hamilton county municipal l eague one trustee selected by the township trustee and clerks association and Quot one county commissioner. The hupa Resolution delivered Friday to the county commissioners further proposes that the advisory Board be comprised of 55 percent representatives of criminal Justice. The original plan caled for six professionals and the remainder laymen on the proposed 30-Man Bird. The association indicated that if its Resolution did not receive favourable action the hupa would propose Hamilton county form a separate planning Agency. An earlier amendment by col. William Bracke of Cincinnati that one of the three Cincinnati representatives be a Law enforcement official was rescinded when it was pointed out that Cincinnati had insisted the entire control Board which would be responsible for spending the funds be comprised of elected officials. None of the membership including col. Bracke wants two separate planning agencies but the suburban communities feel they should have More representation on the control Board than that on an advisory Board dealing with matters of criminal Justice the majority should be professionals. In other action the hupa a heard a report from Fri agent Lincoln Stokes scholarship committee chairman that the deadline for filing applications for scholarships awarded to children of policemen is july 16. Awards will be made aug. 2. A Learned from Fred Engleman director of the current District 13 crime control Council that the formula for distribution of Federal funds is based one third on population and two thirds on crime As reported in the uniform crime Index. Some departments Are not appointee. Mrs. Virginia Miller speech therapist for Madeira schools has been appointed to the state advisory committee on standards and certification for speech and hearing therapy. This committee will revise standards for speech and hearing programs review certification requirements and ask for legislation to support research and new programs. Your family bicycle Headquarters featuring pm a. Quality bicycle expert repair service on All makes Monico Iviry cycler 9572 Montgomery re. 793-3855 Fri 5 gals. Gas with Oil change filter lube double Stamps Yates Comet 4384 e. Galbraith 984-9987 Fri d0x storage cleaners professional cleaners and a launderers Quot custom clean Long at sensible prices our Only location 4343 e. Galbraith re. Corner Blue Ash re plenty of parking it of a shopping Cantor add Loloi to the grand prize the judges going to select several for honorable Ilion and award a gift certificate. You would enjoy the dad winning Kenwood mall s father of the year award should be mighty proud. There am so Many Good entries the judges Are already losing their minds and entries Are still coming in. So in add tur Are rent to enter the contest youngsters Complete the sentence Quot my dad should be Kenwood malt father of the year because some of the reasons Given by these children Are so charming i thought Reading a few. Here they Are a without my mom and dad i would t be Here a Quot he shops at Kenwood mall most of the Quot he s Nice to other people mostly old ladies. He has to be pretty Good because my mom married him. To does no to drive fast and he hover had a wreck in a Long time. A the is a great Guy even if he does hit me when i do wrong. My father is surrounded by girls and if that in t a hard Deal nothing is in Reading Over some of the entries i found that dad providing food and clothing was very important to children and a dad that plays Ball or participates in their activities gets an a plus. And now for a Brief commercial since there Are so Man great dads around Don t forget to buy dad s gift at the Kenwood mall. r a Alvert Lamont j o

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