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Eastern Hills Journal Press (Newspaper) - March 6, 1991, Cincinnati, OhioA a a a a a a 1 a a. I o o in pm it n a let a a i ltd o ltd o o d a my other a a 03 03 o a it ets inside classified or in at of o its it o _ j x a o Yaj o. A a sports i a warriors lose final Battle on Southeastern front a5 r Eastern Hills journal press Eoj vol. 56, no. 4 two sections 14 pages wednesday March 6, 1991 �1991. Press Community newspapers a rights reserved 35 serving Fairfax Hyde pork Madison race Modt Sonvile Mariemont it. Lookout Oakley it Leroice Park. Or. Go orge Benzing on the cutting Edge or. Benzing honoured for innovations by Wiliam. A. Rodger contributor Hyde Park rare is the Parent not concerned with his child a chances for Success in life. News accounts depict parents who go to extremes in trying to give their children an Edge. Yet if one much celebrated local physician is any indication a Good place for a child to grow up might be on a farm. A if you have an interest in solving problems you learn that. On a farm a said or. George Benzing i who is a shining example of his theory. He grew up on a farm in Fairfield. Benzing a Hyde Park resident he who was schooled at the University of Cincinnati has just received the founders award of the Cincinnati paediatric society. Or. Benzing was selected for a this longstanding contributions in research and in patient care and teaching a said or. Allan Robinson president of the Cincinnati paediatric society. A the was an extremely Well qualified candidate for this years award and was selected by the executive committee of the Cincinnati paediatric society by unanimous Choice. A. The award is Given for exemplary work in Basic and clinical research and distinguished contributions to the health and welfare of children in our Community. The head of children Sicu since 1971.,. Benzing began his career with the Hospital in 1961 As an instructor in paediatrics. Prior to his appointment to the teaching position he had attended University of Cincinnati As an undergraduate and medical student. Benzing also served his residency at the University Hospital then known As general Hospital and completed a Fellowship in paediatric cardiology at children a. Benzing a labors in is profession have resulted in the publication of nearly 50 medical papers and several technical refinements in the Field. His work has made the delivery of intravenous solutions to children a far easier task than it was previously assured Maher sur rival rates during and after open heart surgery and allowed health care personnel to Monitor patients blood pressure automatically. Key to his work has been the transit concerns dominate meeting by fran save staff reporter Cincinnati concerns about mass transportation dominated a discussion last week about the Cincinnati 2066 plan held at the Oakley Community Center. The feb. 27 Public meeting is one of four being held throughout the City to get citizen input on what features the City a downtown should include. The final two Public meetings Are scheduled for March 14, at the Winton Hills Community Center and March 18, at the pm i ton Community Center. Both begin at 7 . Last weeks Oakley Public meeting will be shown on. Cable at 8 . This Friday on the City of Cincinnati Channel 14, Rufoe 8a on. Basic service. To ensure that the City was on target for meeting the goals of the Cincinnati. .2660 plan adopted in. 1982. City Council authorized the appointment of a 36-member plan review committee in. 1989., a summary of the recommended changes was Given to the audience at last weeks Public meeting. Although several people commented on the need to make downtown cleaner safer More exciting and More accessible for shoppers. Most of the discussion entered on mass transit. Mel Martin president of the Fairfax business association and. A member of the Hamilton county regional planning commission and the Madeira planning commission said be was distressed by what he perceives As the 1990 report is switch in. Emphasis from mass transit to downtown parking on the fringe areas. A i feel this mass transit is the real Hub of what is needed a Martin said. A i think of it As a. Wheel with spokes. Those spokes Are the areas transportation system. If you lose the Hub what you have left is a. Hula hoop a he said. A a in a. Advocating that at the very least we try to protect these Railroad rights of Way a to the Blue Ash area and to toe West Side. Although he said the Cost of building a might rail transit i Stem is prohibitive now it May be More feasible Quot in the future ,. A this plan proposes massive parking a cities for Quot the fringe area a Martin added a but what about the future when there is no room for the expansion of the business sector a because of the parking .areas?.�?� Fannie Venable left and Ida Wright work at the Hyde Park Center for older adults on a quilt for a at risk babies. Quilters provide warmth of love by Darin Lewis contributor every tuesday and thursday morning two grandmothers from Hyde Park walk several blocks to toe Hyde Park Center for older adults on. Erie Avenue. Fannie Venable 81, and Ida Wright 86, Are grandmothers with a Mission. Armed with sewing Needles thread and a heart filled with compassion they Are doing what please see Benzing a7 briefly they can to Quot Comfort thousands of babies who Are bom every year in the United states the babies Are those bom either infected with h1v/a1ds, drug addicted or abandoned. Venable and Wright Are dedicated to spending a bout five hours two Days a week making comforters to Comfort these babies. A we want to help them that a Why we re making these a said Venable. A a tvs is Volunteer work for them and that a what we want to do. We Are concerned about them. And we know they need a Venable paused glanced m Down at the Multi coloured quilt she. Was. Working on sighed continued a a spread to go Over them in a put it that with her hair pulled up in a Bun Ida Wright hovered Over the quilt with a Needle in her right hand and thread in her left hand. She was scanning the surface of toe quilt As if looking for a place to strike. A a we re helping the ones that heed help a said Wright while plunging into the quilt with her right hand extended. A a when you. Have your own children who have everything , you see these Little ones suffering. Not too Many people pay them any attention because they re afraid of toe disease. So Fannie and i decided that wed do As much As we the quilts made by Venable and Wright will be distributed. By news editor Nancy 0 Conner 745-0077 newspaper delivery Cost is going up when your press Community newspaper Carrier comes to collect he or she will for the first plot and $1 for each additional plot with a maximum charge of $10. Its last years gardeners must checks by a a 31 to Reserve their old Garden Send in their d by March be asking fora voluntary pay a of $1.25 ment of $1.50 instead a Price increase of 25 cents due to increased costs to us. When you pay you wih Luab receive two valuable coupons one Worth up to $1.56 at pizza hut and the other for $1.56 off a classified liner and. Since carriers earn a Large portion of their pay As a percentage of collections they also will Benefit from this out Garden to available whiter is Here and Spring Marie Sites or to request changes or additions. New gardeners Are encouraged to consider being involved and May Send in checks up to april 6 and they will be assigned Garden locations on availability. Checks should be made out to the Village of Mariemont and mailed to Village of Mariemont 6907 Wooster Pike Mariemont Ohio 45227. A Garden meeting Wim be held at the municipal building at 8 30 . March 23 to discuss and plan gardening for 1991. For additional information Call Gil Cox at 272-2615 or John Healy at 271-2368. Held every sunday through March 24. Performances Wim be Given at toe Carthage Church of the Nazarene in Cincinnati and at st. Augustine a Church in Covington. For reservations and information on performances at the Carthage Church of the Nazarene Cam 242-2726. For reservations and information at st. Augustine a Church Cam 581-3136. Free Wim donations Wim be accepted. Proficiency testing topic of free forum the Battle to get a Public hearing on the required proficiency testing which was Passet by the legislature in 1987 without Public bearings. Other speakers include Tom Mooney Cincinnati federation of teachers Lionel Brown Deputy superintendent of the Cincinnati pubic schools Storley Rosser National organization for women and Carol Burrus Pat president for the Cincinnati pubic schools. For More information Cam the Urban league at 721-2237. Cincinnati a proficiency testing and tiered diplomas pros cons and citizen is the topic of a free Community forum to be Ruday. I integrity Hall 2681 Seymour held thursday March 14, at will follow soon. The Ige gardeners Are to plan for plots. Unchanged $5 a vast. John passion play every Sunda the 73rd season of toe st passion play Wim be ave., from 6-8 . The Public forum is sponsored by the Urban league of greater Cincinnati. The Painel includes of guest speakers inc Arlene Hunt coalition for education Akron. Hunt lad 0 articles for Sale id a Quot a a a bar is for a a Quot a Nymore. Saw had a a a la my Quot a a a and Donch were sold. M you went 58 a Ponse to your and Call loaf to. Than a your to calf today. Then a Bach and1 Lisien tor your Telephone to Start eng according to the plan review committee report a it seems urgent that toe current available parking spaces need to be better identified via better signage. A and Quot need to be re priced to give preference in City owned parking facilities to Short term although the 1982 plan called for adding 11,000 parking spaces by the year 2,000, office development is ahead of schedule and used up the roughly 6,000 extra spaces built so far. Cincinnati councilman Pete Strauss said the City is planning please see transit a7 disabled blending into life by John Carter staff reporter the situation that mentally retarded adults face is a like a double edged sword. That a toe Way Priscilla Faux Darin uew1s/phess contributor director of Omo Gamey residential services in Oakley describes it a you want to fit in and. Not stick out a she said a but at the same time we want people to know the needs and challenges Bentamy retarded adults contend with. A but we done to want people to segregate March is mental retardation and developmental disa bitties awareness month which is meant to bring some of the problems that confront people with. Disa bitties of am sorts to the attention of the broader Community. Two of the prime ways to integrate Bentamy retarded adults in the main Stream Are to five and work in the Community. Ohio Gamey operates 16 group Oft Heij please see quilters a7 Homes in the area. Many of their neighbors done to even know they are1 there a to us that a like an ultimate compliment a Faux said. A that we fit in and. Its not known that we re just like everybody else Bentamy retarded adults need jobs. The Hamilton county Board of mental retardation and developmental Disant ties runs five adult work centers where last year More than 1,600 adults did More than $630,600 Worth of contract business for 81 different companies. The Jackson Center near Oakley just off 1-71, is the Center that serves people from Eastern and northeastern Cincinnati. The workers there with major contracts with Duro bag manufacturing co., southwestern publishing and Dubo is chemical did More than $160,600 Worth of business last year. A one of our goals is to get people More integrated into the Community a Jackson assistant director Greg Frank said. And a Good Way to do that is for As Many As possible to get a Job with a private employer. A the ultimate is to have somebody work in a Community Job a Faux said adding that Ohio v right now there Are Ohio Gamey residential services residents who have jobs with private employers at red lobster hot Springs car Wash Mcdonald a cold rent a Hospital. Aglamesis and others. A their cognitive skills Are slower hut they have All the same feelings and desires As everyone else a Faux said. A they do have for More information Cal the Omo Valley residential services at 8414882 or the Jackson Center at 561-1328
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