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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - June 23, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioAnnual report of juvenile a. Delinquency up 93% in 10 years re total cases processed to Hamilton / / v1 my it a it -. A a Imron nil or i irl Elf refurbishing the Park. Some members of the Silverton Rayfield mothers club try out one of the bleachers the dub purchased to replace All the bleachers and players benches destroyed in the 1969 Tornado at Silverton Layfield. Through Many fund raising events and cooperation of businessmen in Silverton and neighbouring areas the club raised $1500 for the Purchase of the much needed bleachers and players benches used constantly in the Active baseball program. Left to right Are Mes. Betty Pohlman Erna Bissell Helane Rausch Beck Row Mes. Charlotte Stiens Marian Pauly Mary fresh a Tommy Rausch and Susie fresh a. Madeira Board to discuss Levy Madeira school Board will following parts totalling meet tonight at 8 ., in 6.46 Mills Madeira High school to renewal 2.20 discuss the upcoming school replacement for tax Levy to be voted upon duplicate lost through tuesday june 29. Re evaluation 1.30 current a previous meeting on salary commitments .72 May 24, helped to shape the two temporary classrooms Levy which cuts by 50% the at the High school .20 taxes being sought. 3.8% salary increase to meet the Levy consists of the inflation 2.03. Standard Oil shows appreciation. The Silverton police department is $1,000 Richer thanks to Standard Oil co. And its policy of awarding $500 to a police department solving the burglary or robbery of one of its service stations. The Silverton department cleared the burglaries of Hurley s Ohio and Schneider Ohio. Chief Kenneth Dye right receives the Check from Jim Hurley left and Dick Schneider. As with most people Dye has already made plans for expenditure of the Money. The department will Purchase a polygraph machine and Send patrolman Donald Clark to Texas a amp a College for a training course july 5 to aug. 13 on the use of the machine. Early deadline noon Friday july 2, is the deadline for All news including sports and pictures for the july 7 Issue of suburban life. Your cooperation Wilt be appreciated. Madeira police to work 4 Days Madeira police department will become the second in Hamilton county to work a 10-hour Day four Day week. The change is effective july 1, and will be tried for three months. George babe the new City manager and mayor Dan Mcdonald Are enthusiastic about the change but police chief Don Wallace has reservations stating a a in be got to be shown. Hie City has a 10-Man police department that patrols 35 Miles of streets. Milldale umber company lumber and plywood Cut to size carpenters recommenced for All types of remodelling. S s03 Blue Ash re. Rossmoyne 791 -8122 your family bicycle Headquarters featuring Quality bicycle expert repair service on All makes comity Cyc Liry 9672 Montgomery re. 793-3855 Deer Park a asks House number Check various departments of the City of Deer Park report increasing difficulty in serving residents because of the Many Homes which have missing or obscured House numbers. Properly displayed easily visible House numbers Are particularly important in the event the resident is in need of emergency service especially at night time. Residents Are asked to Check their numbers to see if they May be seen from the Street from any direction. Many numbers Are too Small have been painted Over Are hiding behind Bushes or in front or porch lights or Are missing altogether. Grand larceny a stereo tape deck and tapes were stolen from the car of Elana Spitzberg 3325 Longmeadow Amberley Village thursday while the car was parked in the rear of her Home. Beautification project. Using their Green thumbs to beautify Deer perk Ere some members of the Deer Park playground and civic club. Front Row left to right Are Nellie Purdy Janet query june Marty and Dolly Nichils Back Row Gloria Canning i other Larkin and Alice Guenther. Ward s Florist do a a marigolds end petunias which were planted a Long Blue Ash re. At Chamberlain Park memorial and around the municipal building. In Columbia township commissioners reject petition for rezoning Cut in fall Lynn Meisel 12, 7915 Willow Ridge Amberley Village fell through a Glass Patio door june 16, and sustained severe lacerations on her right thigh. She was also Cut on the head and left . She was taken to jewish Hospital by the Deer Park life squad. Accident victim h. Kidwell 67, 7430 Maple ave., was injured in an Auto Accident at Galbraith and Gail june 18, and was taken to jewish Hospital by the Deer Park life squad. He sustained injuries to his right right Arm and forehead. Ordered to Hospital Dalton Redmon 68, 3980 Superior ave., was taken from his doctors office to jewish Hospital by the Deer Park life squad june 18, when he complained of Chest pains. Free pizza offered has cooked food carryout at by pass 50 and Remington rd.,< is giving away free pizza with every Purchase. Hie shop features Edelman meats in All sandwiches and French Bauer Waldorf hand packed ice Cream. A Complete menu appears in an and elsewhere in this Issue. A request for rezoning of some 39 acres in Columbia township to permit construction of multiple housing was unanimously denied thursday by the Hamilton county commissioners. Stuart Jacobs of Indian Hill had petitioned for rezoning from a single family to do planned multiple housing of acreage Between Stewart re. And the Madeira corporation line. The Rural zoning commission had recommended approval of the. Petition although it stipulated the original proposal of 312 units be reduced to 260. A unanimous vote by the commissioners was needed to reverse the Rural zoning commission. In its decision the commissioners basically concurred with the recommendation of the regional planning commission that the request be denied. The planning commission Felt that multiple housing was not necessarily bad but that Sycamore school planning commission has elected new officers. Heading the group will be left to right Harry Friedhoff 6491 Don Joy dr., chairman mrs. George Leonard 10477 adventure le., Sec. For a second term and Werner Jessen 7944 schoolhouse le., vice chairman. The planning commission also adopted a revised set of by Laws presented by a study committee including mrs. Eugene Watson . Tubbs and . Wyler. The revisions Quot Tubbs stated Quot a re primarily aimed at creating an action oriented philosophy for the school planning commission and for a closer phasing in of operations with the school the plan presented was an Over concentration of units and that since the Topography of the land is rough the character of the acreage would have to be altered considerably to construct the proposed development. The commission pointed out that lower density would be a better use of the land. The rezoning was opposed by the Columbia township area homeowners association a coalition of Columbia township Madeira and Silverton residents. The association was concerned about the effect on s i 1 v Erton elementary school and on the placement of multiple housing in the midst of single family dwellings. The Petitioner Jacobs has three alternatives. After a years waiting period he May file a similar petition he May submit a Community unit plan which would permit multiple dwellings. Since this would be an entirely new plan he would not have to wait a year but would have to have his plan submitted through the whole procedure of review and Public hearings. A third alternative would be court action challenging the commissioners decision. The homeowners association earlier indicated that if the rezoning petition were granted the association would have Little difficulty in securing the signatures necessary for a referendum. Ivan Perkins is Back at a the same old stand a Perkins bakery 6940 Plainfield rd., Silverton. He sold the bakery in 1964 to devote full time to Perkins Pancake houses which have grown to five local operations and about 100 franchised throughout the Eastern . Ivan reminds his Many patrons that the Perkins bakery goods May be purchased from the Silverton location or have them served at Perkins cafeterias in Brentwood and Swifton shopping centers or cake and Steak houses at 7770 Reading rd., 1839 Reading or 7764 Colerain ave. There is also a new operation being built at 9307 Montgomery re. A miss Kimberley Anderson 5836 Wyatt ave., Kennedy Heights is one of 165 teen age girl scouts from All Over the . Selected to attend a the City now tomorrow a National Giri scout event to be held july 13-22 at pleasant vice . Or. Robert Robinson of Indian Hill was among those attending the prevention convention of the american society for preventive dentistry in Chicago. Or. Robinson expressed the Hope that a Cincinnati chapter of the Asp can be organized and perhaps a hasten the Day when our water is a As miss Donna Campbell daughter of or. And mrs. Don Campbell 5 25 1 autum n Wood Kenwood has been selected by the Indian Hill High school chapter of american Field service to spend the summer with a family in Loja Ecuador. Donnas three years of Spanish at Indian Hill where she will be a senior should stand her in Good Stead. A a three Deer Park residents have been honoured As Kentucky colonels. The Trio includes police chief Nick Nimersheim service director Henry Camp and Robert m. Kuck former president of Council. Apollo savings amp loan is celebrating its 90th year in its newly remodeler quarters at 2298 Losantiville ave. The remodelling started a year ago and was completed without any interruption to business. Its Worth a look just to see the original mural sketched by David Day who promised it would not be duplicated. Burls Mouw trousers Short bring on in clean on for 1c a my Rufli free lube with fillup and Brake adjustment double Stamps Yates Comet 4384 e. Galbraith 984-9987 Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping area 791 -5804-561-615 a a i -�03 sparkle cleaners a offer the finest in professional cleaning and laundering at sensible prices. Our Only location 4343 e. Galbraith re. Corner Blue Ash re. A tot a shopping Center organic Gard i a splits Fer Refl liquid amp . Cascade bark Garbark pay Gro and Cocoa Shell mulches. B o Nemea Rock phosphate Green Sand Mcdonald s 8968 Kenwood. Re. 1 8480 total cases processed to Hamilton county juvenile court since 1960 have increased 93.6 percent from 10,126 in 1960 to 19,722 in 1970, according to the annual report of the court of common pleas juvenile division headed by judge Benjamin s. Schwartz and judge Olive l. Holmes. Fines and court costs in juvenile court Rose from $17,125 in i960 to $107,090 in 1970, an increase of 525.3 percent. Juvenile traffic cases increased from 2,765 in 1960 to 5,045 in 1970. Detention admissions in the 10 year period increased from 3,938 to 7,286 in 1970. From Csini areas five suburban communities and 15 Hamilton county municipalities in the Cincinnat suburban newspapers circulation area referred a total of 1,076 delinquency and unruly cases to juvenile court out of a total of 7,967 in 1970. They were As follows College Hill 83 male and 30 female Hyde Park it. Lookout 164 male and 42 female Madisonville 143 male and 54 female Oakley 127 male and 32 female pleasant Ridge Kennedy Heights 107 male and 26 female. Hamilton county municipalities had the following Amberley Village 10 male and one female Blue Ash 24 male and three female Fairfax one male and four female Finneytown nine male and seven female Greenhills two male and four female Indian Hill 10 male and three female Kenwood Rossmoyne 34 male and 17 female Madeira seven male Mariemont six male and one female Montgomery seven male and two female it. Healthy 15 male and one female North College Hill seven male and five female Norwood 50 male and 27 female White Oak Montfort Heights eight male and three female. The report of the medical department of juvenile division shows a Sharp Rise in venereal diseases while on the positive Side it shows a decline in the incidence of cardiac diseases and tuberculosis. Offences tables for delinquency and unruly conduct showed the following kinds of offences committed. Theft leads the list with 1,289 cases including 745 of Petit larceny 180 of grand larceny and 196 receiving stolen goods. Next in offences was burglary or illegal entry with a total of 797 cases Auto theft with 650 cases robbery 146 cases and truancy 473 cases. One thousand and 15 runaway cases were referred to the juvenile division 631 for 291 for sex offences and 748 for injury to persons. Of the last number 647 were for assault and 170 of these cases were female offenders. Nine Hundred and 31 referrals were for carelessness or mischief 140 for traffic violations and 1,834 for other delinquency violations. One Hundred and six were referred for violation of the drug Law 55 for glue sniffing nine for Possession or use of marijuana 11 for Possession or use of hallucinogens 61 for drinking. Young offenders according to school Grade the largest number of referred delinquency cases were children in grades one to six with a total of 2,061 in Grade seven 1,788 Grade eight 1,875 Grade nine 1,832 Grade ten 966 Grade eleven 356 Grade twelve 52. By age group those 15 years of age were involved in the most cases 1,905 and age 16 with 1,876. Of the total number of 8,945 cases 8,399 attended Public school 252 were in parochial schools six in continued on Page 2 juvenile traffic cases up 525% in ten years fines and costs collected for juvenile traffic offences amounted to $17,125 in 1960 and increased to $60,885 by 1968. Between 1968 and 1970 there was a Sharp Rise in the number of traffic cases and the amount of fines and costs totalled $107,090, a 525.3 percent increase in the 10 year period since 1960. There were 5,045 juvenile traffic offences in 1970 in Cincinnati recreation commission is sponsoring a summer program a Talent on Parade a and is looking for Community minded persons to serve As judges. Judging will take place Only one Day for about an hour. Interested persons Are asked to Contact Tony Procaccino 421-2363. 1970 amounted to $56,543. Of the 5,045 cases heard 2,472 received fines and costs 822 received License suspensions 793 were suspended from pleasure driving and 373 cases were dismissed. The juvenile traffic record is included in the annual report of the juvenile division of the court of common pleas of Hamilton county for the year 1970. Hamilton county. Of these 1,635 were citations for speeding 675 with no Drivers License 604 citations for reckless driving and 549 non moving violations. Three Hundred and sixty two ran red lights 239 ran Stop signs. 232 failed to yield the right of Way 242 improperly changed lanes. R total fines and costs for now Vliet dad he had hit Day a think about whet to do with teenage girls this summer. Would you believe Kenwood mall has the answer beginning tuesday july a and continuing for eight weeks shall Leto s will be conducting a Marjorie 1 Arch sewing school. Classes will be held twice a week and the Cost is just $2s.register by Selling 381-7000, line 413. In i my opinion All girls should learn to sew i especially if their Mother does no to right mom a although Kenwood Mali offers something for All Ages. Its i no wonder you see to Many Young people it the mall. They a have such e wonderful selection of stores for buying apparel like size 5-7-d, Raul Harris Martins town a country Nadler a and shall Lton a and Many stores to shop for shoes. A and show me a teenager that does no to love Spencer gifts and Neuwerk. Both stores Ere really tuned in to teen thinking. M t Neuwerk does sail More than records just ask your music o it Lover. They have an excellent selection of greeting cards and e a Ell sorts of paper goods for Bridge parties Happy hour parties a and naturally teen parties. A Spencer gifts offer merchandise for youngsters from s to a a 8s and you just can to go in there without finding something a unique or an item you have a a looked All Over to Chalk another one up for the Kenwood mall the shopping centar that closed the generation Gap. La amp a july. Paid advertisement 4415 Montgomery re. Inanna to Ohio wednesday june 23,1971 a 731.710 vol. 1x no. 46 serving the communities of Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillon Ridgewood Mark or circulation integrity to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234libraryohio historical society 1982 Velma ave. Clout bus Ohio 43211 a ii

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