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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - November 01, 1978, Cincinnati, Ohio2 suburban life wednesday november i 1978 life i on the suburban scene wit Maui Ihnn be sure to \ vote tuesday Reader reaction while we do not endorse candidates we do heartily endorse voting and Hope ail our readers will do so next tuesday. An important Levy to upgrade police services will be on the ballot in Sycamore twp. Also on the ballot there will be a life squad Levy. Sit v e r t o n has an operating funds Levy renewal on the ballot. One of the most important races in any election i believe is one which often is neglected by the. Media and voters the county commissioners race. How Many of you can name our three present county commissioners do. You know what they do Well for one thing they spend a Good Deal of taxpayers Money and control such budgets As welfare roads Parks libraries civil defense and control the mushrooming development of land in unincorporated areas through authority Over zoning. The races for state representative and state senator Are also important since those elected will probably have to grapple with creating a new funding system for Ohio schools. Unfortunately the election of judges is also on the ballot tuesday. I done to believe judges should be elected in this manner. Do you know which judge is a a better than another even Given bar Assoc ratings it is still virtually impossible to make a Choice unless you know a judge personally or Are a lawyer who is in the courtroom frequently enough to make sound a a judgments about the judges. Bar Assoc ratings As much As they Are meant to help voters do not come from a a a disinterested group. Bar Assoc members practice before and Are it May not be too late to see the gorgeous fall foliage by the time your paper for a Quick at reaches you. For a but spectacular look nature in her Golden glory drive through Indian Hill. Or drive straight out Montgomery re. Heading toward Lebanon. I take every Chance i get to a a Detour through Indian Hill just to see the Trees. A thank you for All your kind comments about our suburban woman Section in last weeks edition. We have received Many phone Calls and notes telling How much our readers enjoyed it. We have done it without you our readers. We let you take Over much of the editorial limelight last week with your stories about interesting extraordinary women you Admire. I Aid get one rather honest comment from a Friend and i agree with it to some extent. A gee everybody sounded like a superwoman what about us a poor souls who Are plodding along trying just to get the House straightened up the kids fed or get our office jobs Donery Well i suspect even the extraordinary women in our midst have Days straight out of Erma Bombeck Deer Park names City negotiators in Shelley Ann Schweitzer user Park Council president Harvey Alcorn and Council members Bernice Schoeny and William Kleiman jr., will represent the City in contract negotiations with the service department workers Union. M mayor Francis Healy appointed the negotiators at the oct. 2b meeting and instructed safety ser vice director Donald Lally to inform the Union that the City is ready to begin negotiations. Each time a contract runs out there is a committee f o so e d to negotiate the new contract. Healy accepted Park Board member Rod Grimes resignation and appointed Frank Menke of Redmont ave. To fill the vacancy. Grimes resigned because he is of town. Menke will also take Over the chairmanship of the july 4th activities a Post previously held by Grimes. Dallas Salyers was appointed As Parade chairman for the july Celebration. Healy informed Council that the City May have a financial problem if income tax revenues continue at the present rate. About $297,-000 income was estimated in the budget but it appears inc Day that the City will Only bring in about $283,000 Healy warned. In other business Council passed an emergency ordinance authorizing Lally to bid for Fleet insurance. Public works committee chairwoman Helen Camp reported that the sidewalk project has been completed and that the City received a bad Batch of Blacktop that would not adhere to the surface of the Road. The company will provide new Blacktop for the City she announced. Councilman Warren Ritchie suggested that the safety director find out if the company should also reimburse the City for labourer so time and salaries. Council passed an ordinance that prohibits cars from a peeling out or making cracking exhaust sounds. Healy declared nov. 12-18 National education week and Council passed a Resolution honouring the Deer Park boy scouts. Clerk Earl Laycock reported that he sent a letter to the regional enforcement narcotics unit Renu explaining that the City supports the units activities but the City is not financially Able to offer monetary support. Mon. Amp thurs. 9 30-8 00 tues wad Fri amp sat. 9 30-6 00 Sun. 12 00-4 00 271-6766 Ca Margo station phone amp mail orders 4 Good reasons to see your neighbor agent car Home life health Jerry Green 9110 Montgomery re. 891-0104 it a Quot Lack of foresight is unforgivable Reader objects to use of youth s name judged by the group of Cap judges they Are rating. B Tjie appointment of Lay people to this committee of the bar Assoc is a step Forward i believe. The real answer to the. Dilemma however is to adopt a plan whereby judges Are appointed by a qualified non partisan committee and the judges then run for re election against their own records. This system is used successfully in another state. To the editor a cops in robbers your Lead caption on the front Page of wednesdays edition oct. 25th is just too cute for words. The two articles that follow Are not cute at All. They both Deal with youths in trouble with the police. It is news not to be treated lightly with a trite caution. Jut even More serious is what your paper has incurred by revealing the identity of the juvenile in the first article. For some reason the names of the youths were omitted in the second article which is As it should be. The mental anguish and recrimination this boy and his family Are going through is More than enough punishment without having his name published. These Parent Are not trying to protect him or make it any easier on him because they Well know he a Lucky to be alive and to be Able to learn from this. Your paper Only added More damage to what had already been done and to me and Many others your Lack of foresight in omitting this youths name is unforgivable. My son delivers the Northeast suburban life. Wednesday i wish lie Hadnot mrs Sally Cade 9040 Fox Hunter in. De. Note the writer refer to the same article As at right. The names of it the juveniles in the second article were not known by the newspaper staff smoking charge a unfounded principal by Rick Sonne bom a woman who refuses to release her identity has written to Sycamore Junior High school officials claiming that her son is being harassed by students who smoke in the school res troms. The woman also called suburban life newspaper with the same allegations. The woman charges that except for the restroom near the school office the facilities Are a a meeting place for students who want to smoke pot and drink according to Howard Barnes Junior High school principal those claims Are unfounded. A in the five years Thal d be been Here at the Junior High we be never had a cigarette problem in the boys restroom a he said. A and we be had no reports in those five years of students smoking pot in the Barnes said that classroom teachers Are assigned to periodically Check the school restrooms. He said that if students were engaged in such activities they a would stand out like a sore thumbs and be apprehended by teachers. The principal said that a a handful of Junior High girls were sneaking in the girls restroom to smoke cigarettes a but that those students were caught and the problem was stopped. A it has been my experience that if students were smoking in restrooms they always fail to cleanup a Barnes said. A and i have yet to find a cigarette butt in a boys restroom a he said. As to the Anonymous letter he received this past week Barnes said that a a it a possible that her son did have a problem in the restroom a but he added a a it a hard to solve if we done to know the students name or what time he went to the at Sycamore school Board Sycamore Board of education accepted a Low bid for $13,498 for Fleet insurance from the state farm company at its recent meeting Ray was raised from $7 to $7.50 for these District employees Drivers de instructors Community school teachers evening school building supervisors tutors and teachers working on curriculum. A the Board set a maximum of $25 per Day for food to he paid employees attend i no school related meetings and workshops outside the District. Lodging is according to receipts presented. A variety of substitute and Community school teachers were hired and pay approved for extra duties by High school staff members ranging from $125 up to $1,000 for a head coach. Promotions for support staff members at the school were also approved. The Board discussed Security at the Hoard offices where there have been some break ins recently. To the editor1 an article appeared in the oct 25th edition of your paper. It was listed under a a cops in robbers caption and appeared right at the top of the first Page. I was shocked to see that you included the name of the boy involved. In the article involving extortion no thank you for special woman s Tab to the1 editor my compliments and congratulations on what must have been a herculean task Well done suburban woman Section in last weeks paper i am so delighted that you selected my Little article on my Friend Margaret Greiner to be included in you special feature. 1 truly feel one is the epitome of what Friendship and Good will to All men is All about. I am sure she As Well As each lady featured More than deserved the Honor and recognition your Effort made possible. It must be a very Gratifying and warm feeling to realize the pleasure your feature produced. Many thanks and much future Success. Fran Eigenberger Silverton Pat drive winners at Mcdonald s Grade 2-m won the Drake re. Primary school Pat membership drive. Janet Mcdaniels is class teacher. The class had a 91% Pat participation and for their efforts were treated to lunch at Mcdonald a served by Jackie Tepe dressed As Raggedy Ann. Mrs. Jones class won a Guinea pig for second prize and mrs. Shawver a class received a spirograph for third place. There is a 75% participation to Date at the Indian Hill District primary school. Dues Are $1 and can be sent to the school office. Pat officials Are still hoping for 100% and encourage parents to apply for membership. Airman Dennis s. Kellen Natt son of mrs. Flora m. Hagin of Golf Green dr., has been selected for technical training at Sheppard fab tex., in the air Force aircraft maintenance Field. He attended Sycamore High school. A auks a Good Nighbor. Steps form is state farm insurance companies Home offices Bloomington. Illinois cum a a a ita Tutani ,4 s close As your Telephone rain nth a Shine be deliver any time. M by mini a Mifu Greni prices 6000 november 1,2,3,4 cottage hams. K 159 beef tenderloins. S 2.79 freshly ground beef a tout. 89 Bacon Judy a sliced slab.1.09 Boc Wurst. K 159 fresh Mett sausage. 1.69 Center Cut pork chops. K 1.79 country spare ribs. K 139 Leona sausage spiced Ham. K 139 bananas. 21 43 fresh Green Beans. K 45 tomatoes. K 49 Duncan Hines cake mixes a a it. Box 59 grape Jelly Kraft. 2k 89 log Cabin syrup Plain or buttered ,24n.i�m. 99 Green Lima Beans White Villa. �303�. 39 fruit cocktail White Villa. 79 crisc0 Oil. 24oz.both# 99 orders received after 12 no on will of delivered the following Day Beer delivered by the Case same Low Price 7234 Ohio ave., Deer Park open Fri Eves till 9pm names were published. Under the cac Symbol on the front Page were the word a Mark of circulation integrity. What integrity did your paper show in using Young Bradfish a name none i was a simple Case of shoddy journalism and a attempt at sensationalism on your part. Hasni to the boy himself his immediate family his elderly grandparents suffered enough without your splashing his name on the top of the front Page you most certainly caused additional anguish to the Brad fie h family and for what a purpose i wish i had a subscription to your Rasper so i could cancel it. To publish the boys s name was cheap and Nasty and totally lacking in Christian Charity. V Hope the person responsible for this article can live with their conscience. Madeleine Pope 9034 Fox Hunter in. De. Note the letter refers to a Story about a 17-year-old youth charged with Dpi eluding police and reckless driving follow a a High Speed Chase in Ich two Montgomery police officers were injured five Finger exercise9 cast for pleasant Ridge players production of a five Finger exercise includes from top. Skip Fenker Martin Litz Debney Bennett and Barb Greene. The dates of the performance have been changed to nov. 10, 11, 17, and 18. Jan Brenneisen has been replaced by Bennett in the role of the Mother. The play will be held at pleasant Ridge Community Center. 5915 Ridge ave. For ticket information Call Barbara Cliflon Houston 351-4123. Decorate your Trae a a a with enchanting non breakable ornaments available in your Choice of classic Currier amp Ives scenes or whimsical children s Christmas scenes. Both styles depicted in full color. This offer was so popular last year that we re repeating it this year join Christmas club now and you la receive your Choice of two of these delightful ornaments for just 50$ its a one Dollar value. And additional ornaments can be purchased for the regular Price. And in addition you la get one week of Christmas club free make payments for 49 weeks the 50th week is on us Deposit for 49 was receive nov., 1979. $ 1.00 $ 50.00 2.00 100.00 3.00 150.00 5.00 250.00 10,00 500.00 the Little Bank with the big heart member f d i c Bank Silverton / Montgomery Kenwood

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