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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - April 05, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioRogers is scoring King Scott Rogers a Sophomore al Kenyon College show off the style which made him the 1978 Ohio athletic conference scoring King with a 2 1 game 24.2 Point average. He is ranked sixth in the country in division ill. The 6-foot graduate of Indian Hill High school an All Cincinnati Scholastic standout in 19 <6, amassed 483 Points this Winter by caging 192 of 399 Field shots a .481 shooting average and connecting on 99 of 116 free throws 83.5 percent while grabbing 80 rebounds and making 43 assists. The performance earned a Scot Tyr a first team guard berth on the Mac a Northern division All Star quintet selected by Mac coaches the Only Sophomore named to the All Star first team. A pre dental student with High academic credentials Rogers gave Kenyon its third straight Mac scoring championship despite the. Fact that he missed four Early season games due to illness. Coach Jim Zak says of Rogers a the s the most intense player i be Ever coached. He never lets Kennedy Heights wants snap Money for Homes after Long discussion Kennedy Heights residents decided at their last Community Council meeting to ask that their share of a snap Grant $5,000, be used to finance the Community a Urban redevelopment corporation. The snap Grants Are being offered by a foundation to area communities to stimulate Urban revitalization. Kennedy Heights redevelopment corporation has been formed to buy and rehabilitate deteriorated housing in Kennedy Heights and then to offer the Homes for Sale. Local companies and tradespeople will be hired to a Are Hab the Homes. The project has been stymied for Lack of Money. The snap Grant May provide the Down payment for the first House or May be used to attract other Money Bobbie Mystrom Community support worker explained. She said the corporation is still ironing out a 3 percent loan agreement with the City of Cincinnati for the houses it Hopes to rehabilitate. Mystrom said that the Long Range development plan for Kennedy Heights is Complete and will be made e Heights Over the next several years k Ennedy needy Heights Community Council is taking no sit ion As yet on the Ting no school Public after a review. The plan will be Given to Cincinnati As a guide to development in he next several be eights com m uni yet on the proposal of Cincinnati school District to close Kennedy Heights elementary school. Instead it voted to support continuation of the task Force studying the proposed school closings. The Community Council needs More information Mystrom said such As what would be done with the school building in the event of closure. A lot of people want to keep the school open she observed. Michael Trainor st. X principal Michael d. Trainor of pleasant Ridge has been named the first Lay principal of st. Xavier High school in the 147-year history of the Jesuit operated High school for boys. Trainor was named to the Post this week by Rev. Paul j. Borgmann s.j., president of st. Xavier Ligh school. Trainor has been acting principal since Jan., succeeding Rev. Francis x. Moan 3. J. Trainor a appointment was recommended by a search committee which included students at the Jesuit High school. A native of Dayton Ohio and a graduate of Chaminade High school Trainor has a bachelors degree from Xavier University. Trainor began his teaching career in 1966 at North Catholic High school in Pittsburgh. From 1967-1969 he was a teacher of English and later principal at Covington Catholic High school in Park Hills by for the past eight years he has been a member of st. Xavier a administrative staff serving As assistant principal for academic affairs. The thirty three year old Trainor is married and he and his wife Diane and their two Young sons Are members of nativity Parish. Library Ohio iii Torlai Sjo 1932 Velma ave Columbus Ohio 43211 a j�1 9j. To place a clarified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 Cincinnati suburban newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberly Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Max or wet grit vol. Xvi no. 36 15c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday april 5, 1978 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 does Indian Hill need paramedic team by Maureen Hehman and Robert Indian Hill Village councilman Charles Yeiser called the be possibility of in team for India paramedic team for Indian ill virtually a a dead Issue in a phone conversation Friday. A a i Frida heated discussion about the possibility of hiring a paramedic team occurred at councils mar. 27 meeting. Quot Yeiser As chairman of Council s safety committee bad introduced discussion of a possible paramedic team in Indian Hill at the Council meeting. The two Man 24 hour emergency Crew would Cost an estimated $220,000, necessitating a 50 percent increase in City income lax. Because of this excessive Cost and because Only one Council member seemed interested in pursuing the matter Yeiser Saia his committee is looking into other ways of possibly accomplishing some of the same services which a paramedic team could provide. Yeiser a committee estimated that As few As six people per year might use the paramedic service. Yeiser told Council that such a team would necessitate raise in the City Ift Dame tax from one Montgomery votes on Pat withdraw Montgomery elementary school Pat will vote at its april 13 meeting 8 ., 4 whether or not to withdraw from membership in the state and National Pat organizations and form an i nde pendent Parent teacher organization. A motion to Dis affiliate with Pat was made at the groups mar. 28 meeting. Other area ptas Are considering withdrawing from Pat citing among other reasons the dues which must be paid to these organizations. According to Pat by Laws All members of a Pat must be notified by. First class mail of an impending vote to Dis affiliate. Inside of Silverton takes Steps towards revitalization p. 2 Madeira finds bids too High for City Hall and service building p. 4 Deerpark a cats off to wild Start. 6 life area happenings p. 20 life area Church and scout news p. 9 who is making the news read Norma and Karen p. 11 a. 19 hunted House after virtually response from an and he virtually no d j m a daily paper William ran half of one percent to three fourths of one percent. Councilman James p. Ott labelled the paramedic team suggestion a a ridiculous and said that Council might As Well save the postage on a proposed poll to see if residents would be willing to pay for such a service. Orr said he would do anything in his Power to oppose such a tax increase. Village mayor Andrew Hauck spoke to Council about the need for such a service. He said Village residents Are going to have to support some form of effective emergency medical service in the near future either in improvements to the present life squad or possibly a service contract with Bethesda North Hospital. At the Council meeting Hauck criticized the Indian Hili Madeira fire company a present life squad As a a glorified first Aid in a phone conversation later Hauck explained that his criticism was not directed toward the dept As a fire fighting Force. He also said that the company is typical of a Volunteer lire squad a which is not the same kind of High Quality medical emergency service As a round the clock paramedic team could provide. Hauck said under the suggested plan the Village would continue to use the fire company a ambulance service. Hauck also said the question would come up again at Council since Council members Betty steer and Lee Brewster were not present at the mar. 27 meeting. Council members Yeiser steer and Lee Carter Are on the safety committee. The mayor sits. On All Council committees. Towering inferno in Silverton Silverton fire dept burned Down City owned property at Montgomery and Plainfield roads sunday. The billowing Black smoke blown by sometimes Strong winds worried some City residents who feared that Grafton san adjacent restaurant was on fire. Silverton killed two Birds with one flame sunday the exercise was a fire Drill for the fire dept and a. Demolition of the property which is to be cleared for construction of a City parking lot. The property was formerly owned by Eugenia Susskind and was sold to the City last year. Directly to the right of the fire is property which Silverton has tried unsuccessfully to buy from George Chantilas. The Chantilas property includes the store in which Barry s upholstery shop is located. Barry Goble of that shop said the fire Drill netted Down some of his materials and his shop was very Smoky during the fire next door but i a i no serious Dollar amount damage occurred. Goble said he was worried however but said that he figures the City will eventually acquire and demolish the shop and the rest of the properties on the Block anyway. The matter is on its Way to court City fire chief Paul Staman said the burned building was Block Concrete and that water was applied to the area continuously to control it. The City had checked into its fire damage liability however before the exercise in Case of injury or damage to adjacent buildings. The City is generally pleased with the demolition by fire since it advances the downtown revitalization however some area residents expressed alarm and fear for the safety of Small children who had come to watch the event with their parents photo by Jan. Hay Sycamore group to help newly widowed for everything there is a season. Be fro oily j Blecksmith advertised his Fairfax Home for Sale in Csini classifieds. The Small three line and brought 15 prospective buyers to is Doorstep for fast results inexpensively Call 73h7170 and put Csini classifieds to worn for you. As we my Csini news papers get things done by a a a a life is Uncertain. We human beings Are bom into an insecure world facing hurts fears rejections natural disasters and death. But most people expect and do find a comfortable measure of Security within a marriage. A husband or wife helps create a kind of Security nest. That nest is rudely torn from us when we become widowed so that once again we stand alone in our human frailty. Some widows who have been meeting during the past year at Sycamore senior Center in a a woman alone group decided that they had been so helped by the group that they would like to help other widowed people. They called on several area agencies and people interested in the problems of the widowed and most importantly persuaded Gary Roberts regional manager of the american Assoc for Bertred people Harp to come to Blue Ash about his association s program for helping the widowed. Harp began organizing local support organizations for the widowed in 1973-74, Roberts told the group which gathered last wednesday at Blue Ash City Center. Now there Are the death of a spouse is Normal Roberts said. He has found however that people who Are helped with support of the Harp organization can expect a seven months mourning period instead of the average 18 month period. The mainstay of the Harp Model organization is a group of volunteers who have themselves been widowed generally for at least two years so that they have emerged from the mourning stage and Are Able to help others. The volunteers Are organized into teams according to neighbourhoods. They make phone or letter Contact with newly widowed people and follow up with further discussions a about coping with practice and a continued on Page 4 65 groups throughout the country. And there will soon be 66, since the enthusiastic crowd meeting in Blue Ash has decided to set up such an organization with Roberts help. A time of mourning after it s natural to be angry to act a bit crazy the widowed come in All Ages both men and women. More women Are Likely to be widowed however since they live longer than men and often marry men older than themselves. If you Are widowed it is Normal to feel numb then depressed grief stricken also angry at your spouse for dying emotions Are not logical. You May expect to go through a time when you act a bit a crazy so it is not a Good time to make extremely drastic decisions. Although men and women both go through a necessary time of grieving women May have additional burdens. Their identities May have been merged with that of their husbands. A Many a identity is less Likely to be dependent on his role As a spouse. Women May be challenged to find their personal identities if they have never done this or to rediscover a Long submerged individual personality. It is Normal to have sexual needs. This does no to mean you did no to love your spouse. It just Means you Are a Normal healthy human being. The practical problems May be the most immediately pressing particularly financial ones. Should you move out of your House get a Job How much can you afford to spend per week for food and housing some women May not even know How to write checks. They can learn All these things and that a where an Organ nation such As the Harp widowed persons service can help. Patterson 440 champs former Cincinnati Moeller High school football and track standout Byron Patterson is having a standout season al Ferris state College big. Bap ids Mich. The 1976 Moeller graduate recently was crowned National association of intercollegiate athletics naia District 23 440 Champ in a first place time of 52.3 seconds and placed second in the 300-Yard dash in 34.4. Patterson also ran a leg on Ferris second place mile relay team. The Sophomore sprinter accounted for 21 of Ferris 110 Points Good enough for second place in the eight team naia meet. Patterson is the son of or. And or. Joseph Patterson of Amber Ley
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