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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - November 03, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohio historical society 1982 vel a ave. Co Iua bus. O his if Eccl school Survey persist but principals breathing easier by Kathy Healy after school years marked by student demonstrations and Lack of funds principals seem to be breathing easier. Problems persist but principals in suburban life Are finding 1971-72 to be a less complicated school year. As Madeira a Frank e. Lang said a spirits Are Rev. Lawrence r. Krusling principal Moeller High school claims financing is his biggest put a financial Strain on the problem. A parochial schools Are being challenged a he the ability to maintain said. A Lack of state old programs and Start new appropriated funds and an ones depends on Money. Or. Increased enrolment have Krusling Aims for the Best Chippewa District Camp fire girl Jennifer bushmen and Harold Morgan Stem Camp committee chairmen of the Cincinnati Council of Camp fire girls Are shown with a Model of the Cabins that funds of the Candy Sale will help build at Camp firefly. The Sale begins saturday nov. 6 and continues through nov. 27. Funds Are also used to extend the Camp fire girl program and camping for girls in the Cincinnati area. Begins nov. 14 Madeira proclaims annual youth week annual youth week in Madeira was proclaimed for the week of nov. 14 by Madeira Council monday night. In an Effort to instruct Young people on the machinery of local government seniors from Madeira High school will be appointed to sit with and represent City officials at the next Council meeting nov. 14. The students will have a Chance to meet Council men and appointed officials before the meeting and be permitted to share in All deliberations of Council. Pm rente and teachers of the students Are asked to attend to watch the students and As interested Community citizens. Awards contract Council passed an ordinance authorizing the City manager to enter into contract with Langenheim and Thomson company for the Camargo re. Slide repair. Langenheim was Low bidder at $38,582. Organic health and diet foods. Natural vitamins. Organic fertilizers. Gertrel. Hrs 9 to s thurs amp Sun. 1 to s Mcdonald s �?�9ss Kenwood re. 791-s480 46� come spin our wheel of pc Fortune everybody i 0 will who amp a pair of shoes or a Iff other valuable merchandise nothing to buy Othot Opich to Ailts Only Quality in terms of new programs and competent teachers. A parents will sacrifice More willingly for a higher Quality of teaching Quot he said. One example of the newer programs is the modified modular grouping in the English dept. The in other action Council passed a Resolution objecting to the granting of a liquor License for convenient food Mart 7722 Laurel ave. Council opposed Che License because of the stores location and a zoning regulation which does not presently permit a retail business outlet to carry a liquor License. Councilman Caldwell opposed the Resolution. Referred to1 the Public works committee a request made by Joseph Nordloh 7775 Sun Reyhill let a that the City alter its continued on Page 12 Breitenbach plumbing service within. Your shopping Are 791-5804. 5si -8154, 891-9203 c if Johnny Bench to shirts $2 value 4000 sold at $1 specials 46 with a shoe Purchase women a dress sport and walking shoes orig. $9 to $23 children ssi women s uni Royal Quot sprint Quot sneakers o Rig. $3 2 menus amp women a Bowling shoes orig. $9-510 46 46 menus dress sport a casual shoes orig. $13 to $23 746 to 12.4c 9 46 to 14.46 children a play school a party shoes orig. $9 to $15 546 to 746 set up is modelled after the programs at ursuline and Mariemont. A cot research a Center is in the Center of the room. Students Are grouped according to their needs in the subject. The problem according to for. Krusling is Quot we re trying to inaugurate a new Type of program with a traditional the Standard classroom set up limits implementing the Mode., grouping programs. As a result English and languages Are taught the new Way. Math is taught traditionally. For. Krusing its approach with situations such As alcohol at Moeller s dances is to ask the students help. He said a of course we try to head it off. And student Council and the boys take a lot of the responsibility a Sycamore principal William Spreen described his major problem by saying basically we re overcrowded. A a student enrolment for grades 9-12 is 1307. Sycamore operates on in extended schedule. Students attend d asses in two shifts. Nevertheless Sycamore is using new programs and approaches. The majority of students were Able to plan their own schedules for this year. And the school offers several electives in Entwish and social studies. The financial picture proves confusing. According to Spreen if the Levy passes a we will be Able to meet the 1972 but the continued on Page 3 to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 serving the communities of Blue ask Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Simiti Ertons Kenwood Deer Park Rossmy Ynez Dilton Mley Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati Ohio wednesday nov. 3, 1971 ots Flay ads Ano news. 531-0234 classified aos. 731-7170 vol. X no. 14 in Blue Ash residents against four Lane Highway by Marshall Baldwin for More than one hour thursday Blue Ash City Council listened to complaints from residents of Pfeiffer Road All of them against a four Lane Highway on Pfeiffer Road that would be financed mostly by Hamilton county from Money obtained through sales of automobile licenses. Some residents also objected to the sewer project which was started monday on Pfeiffer Road. Led by former mayor Gene Houser the protesters expressed the fear of an increase in the flow of traffic and an increase in speeding if Pfeiffer Road was made into a four Lane Highway. Houser suggested that this Money be used for the Reed Hartman Highway. Solicitor Robert Mcconaughy informed Hauser that if the Money was not used for the already approved project it could not be used for any other purpose. Another popular argument used against the Highway was the need to destroy Trees which line both sides of the Street. Mayor Charles Proctor pointed out that most of these Trees belonged to the City. One person was fearful that More motorists who did not live on Pfeiffer Road would be using that thoroughfare. Streets for everyone the wife of one Council member summed up the complaints by saying that All City streets Are paid for and kept in repair by tax Money and Are not there for Only residents of the Street nor for that matter just the City a motorists. About the Trees she said that Many houses would not be on Pfeiffer Road if some of the a Beautiful Trees had not been Cut Down to make room for them. As an afterthought she added perhaps we could go Back to the horse and buggy Days then in Many cases one Lane highways would be enough. The sewer work that just started has already necessitated the removal of electrical problems a residential a commercial free estimates 5 yrs. To Fay a try a time 731-6660 some Trees. One owner believes the contractor should Tunnel under a Large tree in front of her House so the sewer pipe could be placed under it. Another resident stated he purchased his House on Pfeiffer Road because of the Beautiful Shade Trees. He claimed he would have bought elsewhere had he known there was an easement on his property that would require removal of Trees. He was told that plans for the sewer were approved in 1963 and the contract he signed for the Purchase of his House should have revealed the easement. It was pointed out by Council clerk Chandler Quot Eason that All during Houser a term As a councilman and mayor he did nothing to change the Pfeiffer Road sewer plans. Other business a a final payment of $31,420 for sewer a a cd project was approved. A received $209,000 from Home Urban development. A refused approval of sewers for Plainview drive. A Ozzie Lou of Zig Zag Road criticized Council members for their a Lack of action to reinstate Ralph con ion As police chief. He charged that a meeting was cancelled because Council members used questionable excuses for not attending. A on the suggestion of councilman Harold g. Korbee Council voted to another a first the first Day John Gloyd ran a classified advertising his 65 Mustang for Sale he sold it to the first person who called. Everyone was pleased except the 14 people who called too late. Csini classifieds move merchandise. Re a Ely fast 731-7170. Notify property owners by mail when assessments Are to Start. A Charles Boyer asked Council to rescind an ordinance that called for a zone change on. Property owned by mayor Proctor. A manager George Wilson jr., reported that 31 permits for building and remodelling had been issued in september. He said construction in Blue Ash has dropped 50 percent compared to the same period in 1970. A passed an ordinance to accept the plats of bar Wyn acres subdivision and dedicate the streets therein. A passed a Resolution objecting to the issuing of a c-l-2 liquor License to Delhi discount foods inc., Hunt and Kenwood eds. A after questioning of a. Couple of items on solicitor Mcconaughy a statement for compensation for work and material beyond his regular duties councilman Daniel Steidle voted against payment. Steidle could not approve of expenditures of More than $200 for Xerox copies and furthermore he saw less reason for an item Reading a lunch Annette a 8-26, regarding Blue Ash police Case $10.50.�?� Montgomery officer announces retirement Captain John Hasse of the Montgomery police department has announced his retirement effective dec. 31, 1971. His Long and faithful service to Montgomery and Hamilton county will be recognized at a testimonial dinner being planned by citizens and City officials of Montgomery. It will be held dec. 6, in the Montgomery business menus club. Watch for our grand opening Nouh new location november 11 tire nov tuber 18 i prizes galore a free gifts for everyone a fantastic grand opening prices Don t miss it Wist Bros. Jewellers 4547 Montgomery re. A Norwood at the i ii u m 11tttttt1 capt. Basses career in. Police work began in 1941, just before the Start of world War ii. He joined the auxiliary police1 of the City of Cincinnati and while a member of that body decided to make a career of police work. After attending the Cincinnati police Academy capt Haase joined the Hamilton county sheriffs department in 1943 As a special Deputy. A year later he was sworn in As a regular a Deputy sheriff policing All areas of Hamilton. County. The Northeast rangers a capt. John Haase private police organization was formed and directed by Hasse in 1949. The rangers contracted with Individuate businesses and the Village of Montgomery for police Protection. In this year also Haase was sworn in As a Montgomery policeman by Thomas Behrens Montgomery mayor. The Ranger were disbanded in 1966 when Haas attained the rank of a Captain in the Montgomery police department. Hasse and his wife Stella have lived at 9321 Zig Zag rd., for 13 years. His wife spent Many nights alone since Hasse worked the night shift most of the time. He has served under the last seven mayors of Montgomery a Captain Hasse who is 66, has seen Montgomery grow from some 560 residents in 1949 to about 10 times that amount. Reservations for the testimonial dinner is limited to 350 persons and tickets Are available at City Hall on first come basis. Tickets May also be obtained from committee members. A Scott Husiow composes music for inaugural the world Premier of a inaugural processional commitment Light and spirit composed by or. Scott Huston 2622 Knight ave will be held Friday nov 5, at 7 ., when Warren Bennis and his presidential party enter the us armory fieldhouse for or. Bennis inauguration As 18 the president of the University of Cincinnati. Quot. Light and spirit was written expressly for this occasion and will be performed by brass and percussion players from us col 1 e be conservatory a philharmonic orchestra. Or. Huston com professor of composition and recognized authority on contemporary music has some 25 published works to his credit. He has completed five commissions since last january. Silverton explains new juvenile policy a Christmas cards can now be obtained from the southwestern Ohio chapter of the american heart association for a suggested donation which will be used to help victims of heart disease. For More information and a color brochure Call 281.-4048. An elaborate display of counterfeit Money along with some genuine currency is on exhibit at Keystone formerly Ohio savings and loan 935 6 Montgomery rd., Montgomery. It will be on display through nov. 6. No. Samples will be Given out As the Money both real and fake is the property of the . Secret service. Mrs. Betty sales 3929 Kirkup ave., i tiled to continued on Page 4 Silverton a new juvenile policy will leave the decision As to whether a child a conduct on the Street after Midnight is unlawful up to the individual police officer who spots the child on the Street. This method was decided upon by Silverton police department As opposed to imposing a curfew Law that would not provide for individual circumstances such As returning Home from a babysitting Job or going out for a pizza according to mayor Richard Geriken. Under the new policy a police officer May pick up and detain at the police station any juvenile 17 years or younger who is found on the streets after Midnight and cannot give a sufficient explanation for being there. Previously children on the streets after Midnight were not questioned by police unless they were acting suspiciously or causing a disturbance. Children detained at the police station will be released after the parents Are notified and have signed a guarantee. The parents and. Children will then be warned that a second offence will require a hearing in Hamilton county juvenile court or before the Silverton solicitor. The new policy has been approved by the Hamilton county juvenile division according to mayor Benken and receives its authority from the Ohio revised c ode sect ion 2151. O 2 2 which defines an unruly child As one that endangers his health or morals or. Those of others Silverton holds that being on the Street after Midnight in. Some circumstances such As on a school night constitutes a danger to the child a health and is therefore unlawful. The codes definition for an unruly child also applies to children who Are out of their parents control Are habitual truants or frequent a disreputable place. To Ninsi Lucky number. Mrs. R. Winkler 7002 Ohio ave., Silverton was this weeks Winner of a $50 Cash prize in the suburban life Telephone directory contest. The number on mrs. Winkler a cover matched up with the number printed in the oct. 27 Issue of the suburban life. Mrs. Winkler who can to recall Ever winning anything before plans to put the Money in the Bank to finance overnight vacations she and her husband often make. Great restaurant tbs Fruk Trau Trie hospitality motor inn 73-4100 a a m90 Montgomery re. A at 1-71 a Calm Sancto station -4 to a Kimraj h of Impf Milldale lumber company lumber arid plywood Cut to size carpenters recommended for All typos of remodelling. A sos Bill a ill re. Rossmoyne 7918122 Kenwood mall it having one of its most exciting promotions in a Long time. Displayed there november 1 through the 7th will be the Quarter of a million Dollar custom equipped 193� Mercedes Benz automobile ordered by Adolph Hitler for hit Paramour Eva Braun. The 22 Carat Gold finished automobile capable of reaching a Speed of 175 Miles per hour is Laden with Romance and history. Before the files blockaded Berlin Eric Himmler who was a storm trooper a and tha body guard and eau far of Eva Braun drove the Marcadas to a family farm in Austria where he hid it away in a Bam. It remained there until his death in 19s5. Looking for a Story an american newsman interviewed Himmler a widow and was amazed to learn that she was in Possession of the Auto. He bought it from her with the understanding that he would remove it from Germany without involving her. A sold the car to mall productions of Detroit and arranged for tha shipment of tha car to be included in a shipment of farm implements to tha United states. The profits of tha donations Mada at the display wih be Given to a local children a Charity. Be sure and coma to Kenwood mall and see this magnificent automobile 1 through the 7th. A advert Samant 1 1 v 6

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