Northeast Suburban Life in Cincinnati, Ohio 24 Mar 1971
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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - March 24, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioOhia historical society 1992 Velna ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 Bema Khz Quot Quot serving the communities of Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dilton Vale Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio wednesday March 24,1971 display ads and news classified ads s31-0234 731-7170 vol. In no. 33 a Stop Gap measure9 Sycamore initiates overlap plan to serve increasing enrolment map. N. A. Charm and Beauty class winners were chosen by members of the class which was sponsored by the juvenile Community service officer s program of Silverton under the supervision of policewoman Esther Kidder juvenile officer. The winners Are from left Karol Poole first runner up. Miss Beauty the Winner Lige miss Charm and Beauty and first runner up Debbie Hunter miss Charm. Classes covered posture Basic Hygiene and fashions. Sycamore High school will be open for classes an additional hour and a half next fall under plans being developed by school administrators. Under the extended Day or overlap plan students will be in school for six periods teachers seven and the building in use for eight the purpose of the Extension is to make available additional classrooms to serve increasing enrolment. Under the plan juniors and seniors will Start school at 7 45 . As is the current starting Tim and will be dismissed at 2 03 . After the sixth period. Freshmen and sophomores will begin their school Day at 9 45 . And continue through until 4 03 . Each student Wilt have six full 54-minute periods plus a 30-minute lunch period. The current daily schedule for students Calls for six 55-minute periods plus a 30 minute lunch and an additional half hour study Hall or special activity time. Teachers would continue with basically the same work schedule. Part of Tufe staff would assume duties at 7 45 . And continue through the seventh period. The remainder would arrive an hour later and continue through the eighth period. Advantages of the plan which will provide to additional periods of room used each Day Are no loss of scheduling opportunities for students size of classes not increased no reduction in a Mirage on Siewart re. To Block apartments Khuc to push for rezoning upgrading of the zoning in Kennedy Heights to prevent an increase in multiple family complexes is the purpose of the meeting of the Kennedy Heights Community Council with the Cincinnati planning commission at 8 . Tuesday March 30 in Kennedy Heights presbyterian Church. The Khuc leadership urged All residents to attend. The councils position is that the population density in Kennedy Heights is increasing at a rate too rapid to be absorbed. Khuc states that both Community schools and sewers Are overloaded. A Council spokesman commented that if the trend continues a we Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping Aro 791-5804-561-6154-01 203 would have two families moving out and 800 apartment dwellers moving in. We can to stand that kind of density increase in such a Short the Khuc plans to push for rezoning from Multi residential to two family residential. Window cleaning 351-4424 your family bicycle Headquarters featuring Quality bicycle expert repair service on All makes Montgomery cycler Gomery re. 793-3855 9572 m offerings requires no schedule changes at Middle or elementary schools. Disadvantages include a a impacted nature of periods three through six when entire student body is present difficulties involving scheduling of practice times for after school activities athletics plays Etc stretching of Overall administrative services such As full Day coverage by Counselor secretaries librarians special area personnel Etc. Use of buses May be considered either an advantage or a disadvantage depending on your Point of View school officials say. An advantage to the school District lies in the fact that the present Fleet should be Able to handle the increased demands at relatively Small expense. A disadvantage lies in this added expense and the problems of coordination of runs involving not Only All five Sycamore Public schools but the nine nonpublic schools served by Sycamore buses As Well. A we Are not proposing this As a a Good plan a superintendent Edwin h. Greene says a but As the Best alternative open to us at the present time and one which will not Hurt our academic program. Obviously it is a temporary measure designed to carry us Over until a new High school can be built. With an additional four to six classrooms of students entering High school each year we must consider it Only a Stop Gap solution to our needs a he Council weighs plans to expedite traffic some 250 residents attended the organizations meeting last week and chipped in $1000 to fight a flood of Multi apartment units in their Community. The fund will be used to hire Legal help to prevent the building of two Low Cost apartment complexes scheduled for construction in Kennedy Heights. The Khuc is accepting contributions for its Legal fund. Checks May be made payable to the Kennedy Heights Community Council and sent to Frank Sillet 6242 Orchard he., 45213. Case cleared Montgomery police Friday cleared up the reported Holdup of the Montgomery drive in theater feb. 26. Chief Ray Moore said his departments investigation revealed there had been no Holdup. Suffers attack Suddie Foster 31, 4263 Matson ave., a chronic heart patient suffered a possible heart attack thursday and was taken to Bethesda Hospital one Way traffic on interstate 71 from Montgomery re. To Stewart re. Is being considered by the state Highway department Silverton Council Learned thursday. Both lanes in this stretch of the expressway have been closed because of a landslide. Because All southbound traffic on 1-71 was forced to exit onto Montgomery rd., a traffic problem was created during the Rush Hows. At times automobiles attempting to exit were backed up a mile or More. Silverton fire chief Howard Newman suggested the one Way traffic following a picture taking trip Over the area in a helicopter. Mayor Richard Benken said the suggestion must have been heard in Columbus because he had a Call from the state Highway department announcing that consideration was being Given a plan to open traffic in the closed Section on 1-71 by reversing travel on the lanes so southbound motorists could exit Only Stewart re. A picture of the newly annexed part of Stewart re. Also was taken from the air. Another Victory for Silverton was the result of the state Highway departments agreement to repair the Section of Stewart re. That had been the victim of heavily loaded trucks used in the construction on 1-71. At first the state refused to pay for the repair work stating that trucks used in the Highway construction had not used the damaged Section of Stewart re. A determined group of Silverton officials convinced the state otherwise according to councilman Paul Steman chairman of councils Public works committee. Safety first at John h. Wolf. Host for june Board meeting Trade groups merge Csini publisher new san officer John h. Wolf publisher Cincinnati s u Burban newspapers inc. Has been elected Secretary of the newly formed suburban newspapers of America a merger of the three existing Trade organizations serving 400 suburban newspapers and 89 publishing corporations. The election took place last week in Chicago at a combined meeting of accredited Home newspapers of America the suburban Section of the National newspaper association and suburban press foundation. President of the All inclusive International newspaper group is William p. Dole Dole publishing co., Cambridge mass. Edward l. Dardanell Dardanell press Monroe va., is vice president and Jules Jacobsen Englewood new Jersey suburbanite treasurer. Upon the request of police chief Kenneth Dye and support of councilman Thomas Clinton chairman of the safety committee Council agreed to Advance one year on the probationary period of patrolman Donald Lee Clark. Dye said the Young patrolman a Vietnam Veteran with specialized training in police work had advanced so rapidly that he deserved to get the salary raise Itiat goes along with his new rating. Mayor Benken commented that Clark was an exemplary patrolman when he appeared in court. Benken announced members of the charter committee will be Marcia Kuhr and Bernard Pohlman representing the republicans Fred e. Coefie and Mike Burlingham on the democratic Side while Steman represents Council. Harold Davis president of the Silverton kiwanis club presented Council with two flags gifts from his organization. Lou Goesling kiwanis chairman praised Council for starting their meetings by asking a guidance from god and saluting the american Genevieve Schwartz of the Silverton neighbourhood association thanked All those who helped the group successfully attain the goal they had set for replacement of the Tornado destroyed Trees in Silverton Park. Councilman Joe Fariello chairman of the Park committee was successful in his request for a pay raise for Park life guards. Permission to use the City Hall parking area and the fire department room was granted to the Volunteer firemen for their festival on june 12. / Xiv ill Quot til a a a e \ i >n? \ a to a / sgt. To 001 it of 4<i lot a savings amp loan Assn. 4539 Montgomery rd., Norwood o. It 1 631 4246 _. It by est. 1904 117 5% on regular savings 6% on certificates quarterly convenient parking open daily i . Mcevilley president a James f. Disque Secretary Mii Umie lumber lumber and plywood Cut to size for Ping Pong table basketball backboards train tables. Stos Blue Ash re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 the purpose of the new group is to service the Trade association and research and marketing needs of the suburban and Urban Community papers in the . And Canada. Board meeting june 5, 6 Wolf will be Host officer at the june 5-6 Board meeting scheduled at the Terrace Hilton hotel in Cincinnati. He previously served As president and director of the suburban Section and As a director of Ahna and spa. Merger of the three groups has been a Long time goal of the Csini publisher. A major break through a this is a major break through for suburban papers throughout the country a Wolf said. A by pooling the resources and strengths of All three groups we expect one solid hard hitting organization comprising hundreds of top newspapers with circulation figures in the millions a he added. It s a fact. Aaa heating company hired the five women they needed and Montgomery presbyterian Church found an experienced Secretary. Both through a Csini classified and. Deal with local people in your Community. There s no better Way than through a Csini classified. Dial 731-7170, the instant action number. That s a fact school guard needed an adult safety patrol guard will be needed for the school crossing at Langdon farm and Montgomery ., effective mar. 31. Interested persons Are asked to Contact patrolman Sauers of the crime prevention Bureau 451-5700, line 553. School Board to hold open meeting a Quot superintendent s saturday report a open to residents of the Sycamore school District will be held saturday at 9 . In Sycamore High cafeteria. Topics to be discussed include plans for a new High school on a new site financial needs of the schools in the immediate future and other items of interest to the Community. Board of education members and administrators will be present for the informal two Way communications session. Coffee and Rolls will be served and Nursery care will be provided. Drive less car smashes into building a drive less car crossed Busy Galbraith re. At 5 12 ., last thursday without hitting another car or being hit according to Deer Park police. The car was parked in Ziegler a Gulf station on Galbraith rd., with its motor running but in parking gear. Suddenly it rolled backward crossed Galbraith rd., jumped the curb and rammed into a plate Glass window at Barker to 4116 Galbraith re. The cards owner is Robert v. Barnes of Northbrook. New Secretary. Juliana Marie Julie Dunker is the new women s and girls Secretary at Blue Ash Myca. She is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati with a . In health physical education and recreation. While at us she did student teaching at Wood Lawn elementary and Schwab Junior High school. Ridge group joins Ken sil credit Union p l e aunt Ridge Community Council has voted to endorse the Ken sil credit Union inc., joining Kennedy Heights and Silverton. At the april 28 meeting a vote will be taken to change the name from the Ken sil credit Union inc., to the Ken sil Ridge credit Union inc. The credit Union has or o in to some 100 members with assets of $3,000. The credit Union is open for business. The office is located in the my Sinai Baptist Church 6850 Plainfield re. Hours Are from 7 to 9 ., Friday and from 1 30 to 3 30 on sunday. School ransacked pleasant Ridge elementary school was broken into sometime Between Friday night and Early sunday. Police said the office was ransacked and a set of master keys and some food were taken. By Jackie Thomas at last Spring is Many a fancy red blooded Here while a Young May turn to thoughts of love american females fancy a new Spring wardrobe. Right and where but at the mall can you find whatever you need in any and every Price Range if you see an outfit in Lillian a window that on your budget is a out of sight Don t be shy walk in and ask to see something to fit your bankroll have it or Paul Harris Trua they stress Young fashion but you la a delighted at thar smart styles for mature women like me. Darn it or if you do your own thing and whip up originals you la never find a better selection of fabrics and notions than at Mary Laster. They have patterns too and helpful personnel to answer questions for the Novice seamstress. Losing your mind with teenage daughters wanting something new and its going right Over your head a communicate at Shili ito a Spring Taen show saturday at 2 . Shoe stores Are another important part of tha mall. Tharess Sno Way you could need shoes and not find them at Ona of the special stores or shall ito a or Martin s. Isnit it terrific to Hava . Close to Home dress casual a Park with ease and find everything under one roof from a pickles at Thrift Way to Popa Dours at wig a you a it advertisement so
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