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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - October 27, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohio historical society 1982 Velma ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 a ii m edit ait to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 serving the communities of. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill madeira�?plea9ant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights sil Vert on Kenwood Deer Park to amp a Moynet Dillonvale Ridge Wood Mark or circulation integrity 4415 Montgomery re. Cincinnati. Ohio wednesday oct. 27,1971 ols Flay aos Ano newss31-0234 classified aos 731-7170 to x no. V3 exercise your vote candidates and issues in Silverton Council adopts plan to curb delinquency voters in the suburban life area will be asked to decide on a number of issues from suburban cities and school districts the City of Cincinnati Hamilton county and the state of Ohio and on the election of Hamilton county municipal court judges candidates from seven cities one Village one township six school districts and the Hamilton county Board of education. By Marshall Baldwin a further step to curb juvenile delinquency and make Silverton a safer and More attractive place in which to reside was revealed to that City a Council thursday. The juvenile division of the police department suggested a program to keep youngsters off the Street at late night and Early morning hours. In a resume of the project written by juvenile policewoman Esther Kidder and read to Council by councilman Thomas Clinton it was pointed out that up until now boys and girls on the streets after Midnight Are not questioned by police unless they Are acting suspiciously or causing a disturbance. Council had under consideration plans for a curfew but after discussing this Pian with Hamilton county. Juvenile court authorities the project was dropped in favor of the one announced by mrs. Kidder and recommended by the county court officials. Approved plan the following Steps will be taken according to the local police if a juvenile is seen on the Street at an unreasonable hour Midnight or after they Are to be held in detention at the police station and the parents notified. A parental guarantee must be signed. The parents and child Are warned that a second offence will require a hearing in Hamilton county. Surprise Surprise they done to know it yet but 10 of our readers will be seated on the 50 Yard line at Uchs Homecoming football game with Memphis state saturday afternoon. The gala Outing is compliments of Behler Olds the us athletic Depa tent and Csini Cincinnati suburban newspapers inc for details see Behler Olds and in our classified Section. The atrium rat tel great of Eif Aaront the Fraai Gormez Trio hospitality motor inn to-4jw juvenile court or before the Silverton solicitor. Council approval is not required to place this project into operation but All members expressed support for it. Police chief Kenneth Dye assured Council that. His department would make no exceptions in Tjimis juvenile program just because the youth is a local resident. Mayor Richard Benken praised a group of children from the lighted school program who were in attendance at the Council meeting. The youngsters were present to thank Council for loaning them equipment from the Park. Joseph Fariello chairman of councils Park committee said most of the items required for the group s program had been made available. Benken told the children that Quot you Are the Good kids and the City is proud of. he promised them the City a support in All their endeavours. Police activities chief Dye gave Council a report on police activities for september. There were 16 automobile accidents and half of them occurred on Montgomery Road. Dye said there was Only one person injured but eight were arrested As a result of these crashes. There were 28 criminal cases investigated compared to 19 in september 1970. More than 200 other complaints were handled by his department the chief said and almost 700 houses of v a e a t i o ners received special attention. L e a f Coll actions have started in Silverton Ralph Hank s ervice director stated and he again has asked that All residents take the leaves to the curb. He also has urged that All hard electrical problems objects such As stones and a Metal pieces be removed from the leaves. Failure to do this can cause damage to the equipment and waste of taxpayers Money. He warns that wet leaves on sidewalks Are dangerous and House owners Are responsible for injuries to pedestrians who fall because of wet leaves on the property owners sidewalk. The Silverton play Field mothers club will hold their annual fathers Day affair on oct. 28. It will be held in the municipal building and mayor Benken will be the speaker. Major issues the state of Ohio will propose a constitutional amendment which will or o v i d e for Publica Tion n o t i a e o f p r o p of e d amendments to the Constitution in newspapers instead of the mandatory requirement that proposed amendments be mailed to each elector of the state. This amendment is similar to that concerning municipal charter amendments which appeared on the 1970 ballot. Hamilton county will propose a renewal of the 2.83 Mil tax Levy to continue support of operating expenses for Cincinnati general Hospital Drake memorial Hospital and tuberculosis health services. Cincinnati will propose an amendment to its charter which would reduce the term of office for members of the Board of health from 10 years to three years and would increase the number of members from five to nine if adopted All members of the Board will be appointed by the mayor with the consent of Council. Judgeship three candidates Are running for the position of chief Justice of Hamilton county municipal court continued on Page 5 children Are planning a bewitching halloween by Kathy Healy if a poll taken saturday afternoon at Kenwood Plaza is any indication its going to be a nomadic bewitching and monstrous halloween. Cincinnati has officially set the a trick or treat time on oct. 31 from 6-9 pin. Sunday night a myriad of children in store bought and Home created costumes will be out foraging. Some of those interviewed knew whom they wanted to impersonate. Some even had their outfits prepared. Kim Hill 9, daughter of or. And mrs. James Hill Reading had bought her Gypsy Cost u. Me. Her b Rother Kenny 5, said he was a already to be a. Beth Haffer 7, daughter of or. And mrs. Myles t. Haffer 8300 Arbo Crest dr., Amberley Village plans to use Odds and ends to make her own Gypsy dress. Her brother Steve 5, will Wear a Superman disguise. In Quick interviews this reporter Learned Jules Harlow 10, will impersonate Batman. Roger Jordan 4, Blue Ash is considering a Tiger suit. The stores offer costumes for masquerades As a Gypsy a pirate an Indian Cinderella the Devil and Raggedy Ann. Prices Range from $1.70 to $3.50. A Milldale lumber company child can be a nurse a Strawman a Skeleton a fairy Queen a Man on the Moon or a soul Singer. The soul Singer is a newly popular a a Panama Type a a costume with a soul mask. The Cre a i i be a n d do it yours Elfers can. Buy Wip masks noses and make up to invent their own special Brand of character. According to Paul Fritz manager at Grants most children Are not choosing to be television characters. He said a the old time Panama Type costume is Selling Best. Its popular because Little kids Wear soft and fuzzy pyjamas similar to the he laughed and listed the usual favourites such As a the Bunny the Kitty the down., the Duck a goosey Lucy and Gander at Kresge a Salesman Jim Combs said a hot wheels Quot a by product of the Mattel toy racing line is the top seller. Hot wheels is also a Panama Type costume and has a White helmet marked with the name. Combs claimed other characters popular with the Young set included skeletons Casper the ghost and Road runners. The costumes May be the old stand Bys but the Candy containers have gone fancy. Special double durable plastic bags colourful pails and Multi size pumpkins appear on shelves with the costumes. The decision to buy or make costumes has equal popularity. Angel Lipka 8, and her Mother mrs. Robert Lipka Zig Zag rd., Kenwood were choosing the pattern for angers costume. Via a Cotton print and lots of make up Angel will be transformed into a fancy colonial lady. Linda tan is 10. Daughter of or. And mrs. M. Duane Tania 7805 Buckeye cresent Madeira plans to become a scarecrow with a used shirt Hay from old newspapers and a paper bag mask. Her Brothers May help beforehand but Steve 11, and Rick 13, intend to skip halloween in favor of a camping trip on the Miami Whitewater. No doubt about it. Big plans Are in. The making. So be prepared for Quot the Calls of a trick or tape deck stolen an eight track stereo tape deck valued at $95 and tapes valued at $80 were stolen oct. 22 from a parked car belonging to Doug Miller 4328 Oak Wood ave. The car was parked in the garage at the rear of his Home. Raymond Walters College of the University of Cincinnati Blue Ash is holding open House sunday oct. 31, from 3 to 5 . The Public is invited to attend. A sep a retired senior citizens Volunteer program is looking for retirees 65 and older who Are interested in various kinds of Volunteer work. Interested persons Are asked to Call Dolly harms at the Cincin. Nati recreation commission 421-1652. Kennedy Avenue has a new look with new and brighter lights. Kennedy Heights residents will also have More parking when the razing of the building at 6560-62 Montgomery re. Is completed this month. The Entrance will be off Montgomery re. Herman c. Hansen Montgomery administrative assistant for the past 10 years will be guest of Honor at a open House in the Montgomery Community building sunday from 1 to 3 pm., to celebrate his 80th birthday. All Montgomery residents Are invited to Stop in and offer felicitations. A a rabbi it Smil j. G o l d f e d e r o f congregation Adato Israel will receive an honorary degree of doctor of divinity from his Alma mater Hie jewish theological Seminary of America. The presentation will take place nov. 14, at 2 ., in the bark Avenue synagogue new York City. A spirit water Bath for coach Bob Hoil Fiew was the highlight of the Madeira High school powwow sponsored by the Pep club and cheerleaders. New to Madeira this year Hoil Ifield is a teacher of american history and the Mustang s new assistant varsity coach. He attended Norwood High school where his coach was Bill Hoffeld now Madeira s athletic director and head football coach. Hoil Ifield captained the football team at Xavier University where he obtained a master s degree in american history. He taught the last two years in Akron where he coached a conference winning football team and the Golf team. Hoil Ifield is married and the father of two children. As 18v Vole old timers recall their first election by Kathy Healy tuesday will be a first As 18-21 year Olds go to the polls. The Young Are now a voting Block. The politicians Are wooing it and Small town residents Are fighting it. All the while older Folk have expressed Confidence in the Young. In fact several residents at st. Theresa a 6760 be Kenton ave., Silverton recalled the first time they cast their votes. Mrs. Peter Hoferer voted for Woodrow Wilson in her first election. On election night she and her friends gathered in the a a Square in the West end. Huge pictures of Wilson and the number of votes were flashed on four signs. She remembers a the was Skinny like Abraham Lincoln and had a Long she said �?o1 liked him. He was Good during world War she never voted for William Jennins Bryan because a i never thought head make it. Every time the re was an election he ran a she said. Mrs. Hoferer regretted letting her husband talk her into voting for Warren g. Harding. She said a the was alright no he was t alright but he was William. Streif was a Little boy when his father took him. To hear a Campaign speech by William Jennings Bryan. Wilson got Streif a first vote in 1912. He liked the us out of Streif also voted for Franklin d. Roosevelt. A i liked the Way he spoke when he first came into halloween proclamation politics and in office a Streif said. A the had a wonderful voice a Streif said. He also liked the speaking style of a Smith. Smith spiced his speeches with phrases like a come out with the facts and a a let a look at the but Streif lost Money when he bet on Smith. The whistle Stop Tours Are also a memory. Without radio or television candidates had to reach voters through newspapers and Public gathering. According to Streif the paper advertised the depot stops and the crowds gathered. The nominee stood on a platform which was decorated with red White and Blue banners. The town Folk listened and waved hags in approval. William Schmidt said a William Jennings Bryan would have made a Good president but i did no to vote for Schmidt a father had convinced him to vote for William Howard Taft. A in those Days kids voted in their Parent s party a he said. A when my brother voted for a democratic Friend my father did no to speak to him for three Schmidt remembers the Republican campaigns in Cincinnati. He said a the Republican leaders at that time George b. Cox former continued on Page 3 in the True spirit of halloween the City of Madeira has issued a proclamation spirited enough to stir even the most hard boiled Scrooge. It reads As follows declaring rights of costume and mask providing for the Protection and exercise thereof and. Returning to custom of Yore whereas time has allowed the custom of youth to descend incognito upon their elders at a Given time each year in the season of halloween and in garb fantastic and there upon to pose the dread alternative of a trick or treat a thereby exporting great quantities of things desirable and objects varied and sundry edible and spendable and whereas the City fathers of this Good town take great pleasure in the Observance of this custom by the children of the town and wish to enable them so to do in safety As Well As fun now therefore. Be it proclaimed by the mayor of the City of Madeira state of Ohio that the 31st Day of october 1971, Between the hours of 6 30-8 30 . Be and hereby is declared a trick or a treat time in the City of Madeira of to and that. The member of the regular police department and police auxiliaries of the City be instructed to give protective Surve Tience to All children and when in the course of their duties during the hours Afore mentioned they Are themselves in like manner confronted with the Challenge of a trick or treat a to yield instantly to each such challenger a portion of the supplies then at their disposal for such purposes. Other communities in the suburban life area will celebrate halloween oct. 31 from 6-9 . Or from 6-8 30 . New position. David query 7829 Plainfield assistant principal at Sharpsburg school Norwood has been appointed to the position of Junior High school principal in Norwood. He will assume his new duties sept. I 1972 when construction on the new school is completed. A return Gnu nor judge George Hamilton co. Municipal court a experienced a capable a qualified George for judge comm., 125 e. 9th st. Cinti., Ohio 45202 a Kay Clatk or did you enjoy our recent Craft show we were it Happy to see Many friends browsing i rough the colourful and unique displays. As my daughter and i marvelled at the Talent abounding in each demonstration we Felt a great urge to take creative plunge ourselves. Lacking the Knack for dreaming it up inventive ideas we checked into the possibility of it pre packaged kits. Welt in Case you be caught the Bug too. Or if you re lust 1 looking for something different to. Do during the autumn weeks ahead there Are Many different kits available. So Lolito a has a Nice variety and you can also find them at any Craft or Hobby shop. Each kit hat a Complete set. Of instructions and All the materials you need to fashion handbags wallets Jewery Kitchen Parapha Nalia and lots of decorative Nick Knack items. Paint by number sets Are still popular both on Canvas and Valvet and finish As Lovely pieces to brighten any Home. If it you re Clever with needlework there Are kits designed with 1 you in mind using several stitches and methods such As 1 crewel needlepoint embroidery and knitting. If you prefer not to use a pre packaged kit Stop by Walden books for a a How to edition to help your imagination along. Or think up your own projects like using All those Little scraps of fabric that you have stashed in the guest closet to make mosaic print coverlets for throw pillows or wild patterned scarves for your teenagers. It have fun it advertisement pc

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