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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - April 26, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioAt Maple Dale Craft fair i v3�?T� co 1 uranus lir a a s. P 33tase e a i 1 a a95 5 j Ohio 43211old folks show Young folks Joy of Craft creation by my forc i i tech Matt one Little boy asked in All sincerity a now when you Wash this,., How much will it shrink a he was ref erring to the tiny knitted liar Hie doll coat made by Marie Herweh and exhibited at la of wednesdays Craft fair at Maple Dale school. At the fair senior Citie tens from Sycamore senior. Center showed the children at Maple Dale elementary school How to create arts and Craft s. The event is one of the Sycamore student cultural series a funded by Montgomery woman s club. A Small a group of children clustered around each Craft person to hear and actually see the Craft process. Wood carving macrame tatting Rug hooking knitting. Quilting crewel pottery Stone polishing lace making painting quilling and crocheting were some Quot of the crafts demonstrated. A after a Short time watching the Craft making and hearing the craftsperson explain the process the children moved to another station to watch and hear a about another Craft. It was a Long Day for some of the senior citizens who Laboured Over their crafts All Day from 9 until 3 ., but they loved it and the Awe in the faces of the children was a big Reward. The by put had several Aims a chief among them to provide the Opportunity to appreciate handcrafts As Eart of the american heritage and to appreciate the senior citizens who help keep those crafts alive. Spin and weave Montgomery elementary school an teacher Linda Yokel joined members of Sycamore senior Center at the Maple Hale Craft fair. She demonstrates the Craft of spinning with actual fleece from actual sheep. She told the children that the fleece is covered with an oily substance which humans also use lanolin. The fleece when it comes from the sheep is rather a Dusty off whiled but turns to the Quot White As a mow a variety after washing Rug hooking Wjt ii Long activities director at the senior Center shows How to Hook a Rug a the time consuming Way. She has been working on her Rug of an Early american design for Many years. It is already an of girls and boys the children flock around Carl Miller to see him carve Small Birds. Carl said he has Only been carving about a year but he looks like he s been doing it life. Quot How much does it shrink a Marie Herweh shows the Little dolls coat Abe knitted which prompted one Quot Little boy to ask Quot How much does it shrink when you Wash in a Marie a husband Willard was also in the show exhibiting some Lovely macrame items. A a it it. Y i Many a ancient Craft Jan Pittman throws a pot at her Potter s wheel. The children seemed to enjoy this Craft where one Quot is allowed to get hands and clothes Quot dirty Quot and mess about with water and Clay. Its a crewed crewel world . Wait shows a Young admirer his colourful crewel work Llis finished american Indian is particularly Eye catching w ait celebrated bit 9.1 is birthday recently at reef Quot a boards with friends from Sycamore senior Center. Tat tat tatting Bernice Mcnary shows the Craft of tatting to an admiring Bunch of youngsters. To place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 4s0o Monday display advertising amp news dial s31. -0234 cd Nch a Nat us Bimbane newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberly Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood mask. Of Clit Culatto Intel my vol. Xvi no 39 15c cinc i n Nalt Ohio w de need a y., a or i1.26, 1978 44is Montgomery lid. Phone 531-0234 volunteers earn eight cents an hour Madeira life squad off in three minutes by Maureen Lehman the alarm startled us from our conversation at Madeira Indian Hill fire a co. Station in Madeira. It sounded at 3 5? .,"april 19 a Art Accident on much there de. In Indian Hill. At the same time the alarm sounded at the station it sounded in the Home of a life squad Volunteer a a Man who works at night and. Sleeps during the Day. This afternoon., his sleep would be broken. About two end three Quarter minutes later the Volunteer rushed into the station and joined the Driver in. The ambulance and at 4 ., Madeira Indian. Hill life squad was on its Way to the a Cene of the Accident. On Quad this trip the so also included a medical no the said a medi doctor Gershom mailman. My teacher and advisor to the squad and. Head of the department of Anaesthesiology at mercy Hospital. I had been discussing the function of the life squad with or. Mailman chief eld Lewis and it. Mario j Fucilo the discussion followed an. Incident at Indian Hill Council published in suburban use newspaper now resolved after discussion Between chief Lewis and mayor Andrew Hauck about the Merit of the life squad and the possibility of providing paramedic service to Indian ill. The publishing of the Story was followed by an outpouring of letters to the a editor and to mayor Hauck in. Support of the life squad. Volunteer life a Quad members receive about eight cents an hour for helping to save lives. Actually the Aren t a Pait Quot a Given $5 pet cover the outed pocket lenses of being Yah Volunteer they help ideals a happen a Kennedy Heights honors its a stars the Community of Kennedy Heights celebrated the 15th birthday of its Community Council saturday night and honoured Council founders and Community leaders. The Council has been a Strong Force in creating and maintaining the integrated Community of Kennedy Heights. Pioneer awards were Given to the eight founders of the Council in 1963 Ann Magorian Cecil Wesley Paul Henry Jean and Bill goings Stan Lambert . Starr Rev. Wilbur Hassebrock. Starr came from Iowa to attend the Celebration at Woodford Community Center which attracted Over 200 celebrants and featured mayor Gerald Springer As speaker. A song about Kennedy Heights written by Paul Freshwater was Sung with the kind of rousing enthusiasm which characterizes this Community which makes ideals happen. A citizen of the year award was Given to Bob and Shirley Johnaon for their work in the Community throughout the years particularly in such youth related activities As Ken sil athletic Assoc. Leonard Hawkins was presented a Silver tray As part of his award As outstanding citizen 15th year. He is chairman of the recently established Urban development corporation which will help upgrade deteriorated Homes in the Community. Betty and Joe Crawford former Council chairman received an award after they came from Rockford 111. For the event. Dian Bill by school Gallagher or. G was Given a pen and Pencil set for his contribution to the Community. Irv Magorian also received a pen and Pencil set in recognition of his contributions. A attack launched to uns Narl 1-275 area your Mother special write us about it of All the special Days probably none is More meaningful than mothers Day which is just around the Comer on May 14. In what s become an almost annual custom readers Are invited to write us 4,just Why your Mother is so very special. A during the next two weeks we �?T11 print As Many letters As space allows. We invite persons of All Ages to Send us their thought. Youngsters should include their age. Do it right away. Letters will be published in the next two issues. Final deadline is Friday May 5. Mail to mothers Day letters Cincinnati suburban newspapers inc. . Box 12010, Cincinnati 0. 45212.collections, please we have been delivering the Northeast suburban life newspaper to your residence each week As we want you to enjoy the Best in local news and advertising. This newspaper is designed for you and we Hope you look Forward to seeing it each week. We also Hope you Are satisfied with your carriers service. The Carrier would really appreciate your help by becoming a paid customer. The Cost is Only 50c per month and Over one half the Money goes to the earner. Collections follow delivering of the last Issue of the month which is this week. Most important done to forget to ask for your collection receipt when you pay. This receipt entitles you to a 50c discount on a classified and in this newspaper if you have any questions or Carrier problems please Call me at our special circulation number 531-0236. Thank you a a Gerry Gerhardstein circulation manager Csini. By Maureen Hehman area governments Are mounting a three pronged. A a attack on the Ohio dept of transportation Dot to get its cooperation in solving the t raffle mess at i-.275 and Montgomery re. The trouble area actually extends from about Weller re. Up to the 1-275 Mont go m or re. I n age Cornell re the area governments met last week and agreed on joint action said Montgomery City councilman Howard. Smith who has been concerned with the problem for years. Ter change am beyond to its growing a new Home Are being built in subdivisions off Weller re. And in subdivision North of Cornell re. In sym ties twp. The commercial area at the 1 2 7 s i n the re Hange i a c k s traffic controls and is. Unbelievably snarled with driveway and. Streets Snak Imp Medusa like from Montgomery re. In the Center of this very congested area is being built a Steak and ale restaurant. The three local governments have written rette.r8 to the director of the Dot and will enlist the help of state representatives Helen fix and Richard Finan and state senator Michael Maloney. Sycamore schools Piiper intendant Eugene Shrimpton will also write the Dot Smith said. The situation was discussed at thursday s m e e i Itig of by c a m o re township trustees who said they hoped a Light will be installed at the exit ramp from 1.-275 b. _ on a t go m Ery rd., j u at South of Cornell. Traffic surveys of the area have teen done but no action taken by the state according to trustee a. James Becktold. Inside ate they Are Nof paid at All. For the rather extensive Lime Thev spend in training. Last year the squad made 572 runs 179 of them to Indian Hill. There Are no squad volunteers who live in Indian Hill. Fifteen paid firemen Are members of the life squad and 17 volunteers. The firemen Volunteer 12 hours continued on Page 12 hydrant tests churn up water in Sycamore twp Sycamore township has initiated a program which provides for inspecting and testing of the some 1200 fire hydrants for needed repairs lubrication pressure testing for water delivery capabilities and painting. Residents cooperation is asked during this program because testing can cause a disturbance in the neighbourhood water system. Homeowners should not use water until a couple of hours after testing to allow sediment to Settle in the water Mains. This program under the direction of fire chief Fred Benz of the township Bureau of fire a Duse safety is funded under Federal Ceta program and is part of a continuing Effort to improve fire and life safety in the Folk at Saviour Church on sunday apr. 30, 7 The a Young Folk a a group of 60 High school age Bopple from the College ill presbyterian Church will sing at Church of the Saviour. United methodist 8005 Pfeiffer re. The Public is invited. News new and More new pcs. 3, 4 a a cat lose first game m two years to Indian Hill pm. 6 a name and faces in the news pm. 12 Mchurch Kew pm. 13 a you May be pint re on Page 14, or someone you know. We buy diamonds and Diamond estates from 100 to 100,000 Call for appt. 793-6639

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