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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - December 03, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioIn this Case House is moving m firefighter visits in Kamm. Ahi a t safety first i Andarr a twee Perrin Miemi Hill Mudryl. From we. Julie Brock age Amy Pratte and Ron ait Nunt Perdriel firefighter link roman show them the fire engine equipment. The event was part of a program on safety put on by the Madeira and Indian Hill f ire1 Lepi. The reboot children saw a movie and discussion and the use of the High ladders was demonstrated. Usually when you say Quot moving House a it Means a family is leaving one House and moving to another one. In this Case its the House that is mov the la m i Pic h ase association mpa is moving a House that is presently located on Cornell re. Adjacent to Reed Hartman Highway in Blue Ash to the mpa a restored Village in Sharon Woods. The Brick House dating to the i830s was in the path of a a Industrial development and will be moved rather than be destroyed. If you have never been to a real a House moving you can see this one next sunday. Check with the mpa for the time it will probably be Early in the morning the House had originally been scheduled to be moved last sunday but the move was postponed because of Baa weather. The Ohio Valley Lodge 112, fraternal order of police is a group that really gets things done. It has been responsible for getting police science courses on on life suburban scene with Maureen Hehman the curriculum at Raymond Walters College and is in the process of working out an entire police science program at Raymond Walter Branch College scheduled to begin next september. The group includes an associate Lodge of businessmen and ladies auxiliary made up of officers wives. Officer Tim Nagel of Madeira police department is president of the Lodge. A Jeff Harlan crime Gre vent ion officer with Lue Ash police department writes a reminder christinas is the time of Mistletoe and Holly but also of increased thefts and he mrs my so Reader reaction Robt cities. He warns residents to lock cars and houses and to Light cars Homes and businesses. Blue Ash police department has sent out an. I Vidrio action packet to City residents explaining in detail ways to avoid thefts and other crimes. For help with Home or business Security residents can Call the crime prevention a office 791 -0330 a a state representative Helm fix writes in her column that the legislature is considering new ways to help older citizens who Are sometimes left out of the mainstream of society. The state is looking into a ban on Dis ltd Crim nation based on age. State Law now bars discrimination on the basis of race color religion sex. And National origin. There Are Bills now being considered which would help senior citizens with living costs tax Breaks housing if you Are interested in this legislation write mrs. Fix state House Columbus Ohio 43215 or 3141 Esther dr., 4521 a Holiday party the Christmas party of the major Hart Hospital Circle will be held at David a Buffet dec. 4, 1.1 30 . At this meeting Christmas checks will be sent to the veterans hospitals in Ohio and Kentucky As Well As to the sailors and. Soldiers orphan Home and the state school in Colum a bus. Hostesses will be miss Myrtle Melvin and mrs. Elsie Renner. Favors were made by mrs. Ernestine Sauer and a Christmas present Exchange game wifi be played. 2 suburban life wednesday dec. 3, 1975 Gat Ofca fuel of Mot or v Call us wow for the Winter heating season we have plenty of fuel need new Cux homers k Check our prices s for your heating gasoline Furnace a a air conditioning contractors notice larger quantities a Call for Price rape s Oil 791-7119 s 4457 Sycamore Rossmoyne s rape s a a Rochester Quot 899-2538 a rape s Quot Zoar Quot 899-9183 2 amp a Call today 6 Rwjr re per a design your own i Twitt ,. a a hard letter Type or draw your own person message end we reproduce it sex Only on your chores of colourful Popen. For less Aon Christ Ines turds a no a f inst prints 7043 Courain cell 522-7350 end 7335 Montgomery Road Call 984-0373 instant my Pun Long 4school tax facts being told like they Are to the editor next tuesday december 9th, the voters in the Sycamore school District will vote on. A 4.8 Mill increase in operating Money for their schools. If this added millage is approved by the voters if will result in some $700.000 additional income for running the schools starting in 1977. In october i was asked to serve As finance chairman for the program to pass this Issue. My Quot acceptance to so serve followed and was based on a personal study of the schools financial statements. 1. Had to be certain of the numbers pertaining to the Issue within my own mind. Be realistic. The boards and t head. M i in st a f in in a re and have been using our Money with a High degree of fiscal responsibility. As finance chairman i am serving on the steering committee for the passage of this Issue and am the Only citizen so serving. The a committee consists of school Board members and school administrators except for me which puts me in a unique position As relates to appraising the program being pursued. 1 he program to communicate the facts to the voters is As such programs should he. The existing problems and probable con Seo fences Are being a told Quot like they Are. If the voters Are listening and understanding what they hear they cannot vote against the Issue in. Good conscience. The facts Are there. The inflationary trend has been ascending at a higher and faster rate than has the districts income since the last voted increase in real estate millage in 1971. Increased fact no from additional state Aid from the state income tax program and increase in the tax duplicate fall far Short of the spiralling inflationary trend of our times. This is further compounded by the continuing annual increase in the number of students entering our schools about five percent per year. The promised Cut backs in various operations should the added Money not be approved Are not threats. They Are the facts of life and will have to be put into effect to maintain a balanced budget. Unlike the Federal government Public school systems in Ohio cannot by state Law operate on a deficit budget spend More than their annual income. It is that Basic. Come january 1976 operating costs Start exceeding on an annualized Baas the available funds to pay those costs. Something has to give. Unfortunately even with the passage of the added millage something has to give since the increase in Revenue will not Start until 1977. If the Levy is approved the District can borrow on one half of the annual increase amount to help it operate in 1.976, requiring but half of the Cut backs As compared to the number of required Cut backs should the Levy fail. And this is not in any Way due to extravagant school spending. There Are Twenty two Public school districts in Hamilton county. Sycamores Cost per student is eleventh. We Are right in the Middle just where 1 think we should be considering the socioeconomic Standard of our citizens. So. Listen voters in the Sycamore Community school District. Your schools Are trying to Tell you something. They really do need your support on december 9th. James l. Wyler 10578 adventure Lane Montgomery. Ohio 45242 4many projected cuts Good business anyway to the editor As a resident and business Man in the Sycamore school District i recently wrote a letter to or. Donn a Hershberger president Quot of the Board of education. A copy of my letter is enclosed. To Date almost a month later. I have not. Had a. Reply from or Hershberger in any Way whatsoever. What the Sycamore school District and Alt America needs is a Quot tightening of our belts rolling up our sleeves and working a Little bit harder for a Little bit less. Many of the items listed in phase i and ii of the boards program should be done anyway As simply a matter of Quot Good business prac studies that have been made recently clearly show that Quality education is not achieved by increasing costs and expenditures see the editorial in the enquirer on saturday sept. 27, 1975. 1 have now received a bulletin from the Sycamore school Levy committee whoever they Are which states that Quot tightening their belts have no bearing on the present situation. Take a look at new York City How did they get in the present Fin an dal crisis by irresponsible leadership in not balancing requirements based upon e Conom. A Capa my it. Ies. Our political leadership seems to think their is no end to the Quot tax Burden but there is new York City is a current example of what can happen if the politicians do not moderate their a spending appetites a a a Good school system must be predicated on a sound financial basis. A tax. Increase at this time is not a sound financial step for this Community nor for american As a whole. Our schools Are Good but they can be better and they can be operated More efficiently at less Cost and at the same time produce improved results. It can be done if we As a Community decide to put our a shoulders to the wheel. If we take the negative approach that Quot it can to be done then of course we Are doomed to failure the fact that the a spot is empty Quot on the Bottom line is not the fault of the taxpayers it is the responsibility of the Board of education who should have taken Steps sooner to control the financial Structure of the District. What has been done since 1971 to improve operating costs it is time for the taxpayers to Call upon our officials of the Board of education and the Sycamore school District to rigidly control expenditures rather than merely Quot approve them. Apparently the Only was we taxpayers can control the a Board Quot of equation is to vote against the school Levy on dec. 9lh. A vote against the school Levy is a vote for better schools. It is a vote to control the Board of education and. To Call for More important expenditures in. The Sycamore school District. We must not be fooled by those who equate Good schools to the need for More funds that concept has been proven to e false Many times. What is needed in the Sycamore school District is better Manga Kment by the Board of education and the Sycamore schools themselves. Phis can Only be achieved if the voters make their views known at the ballot Box. Voting against the school Levy is simply voting for a More fiscally responsible fir Ogram by responsible of Cir is. More Money is not the answer. S. Raymond Woll 9997 windbag Lane Cincinnati Ohio 45242 Wollus letter to Hershberger contained much of the above information. Emphasis above ii authors m can u a afford not to support schools?9 i c Lark s pm ii members will be thanked by foreign a indents at a it Arl it tomorrow. The parents club sponsors Coffee hours weekly for the students. Getting a preview of an egyptian Folk dance ure. From left. Mrs. Cyril Collins. Mrs. Raymond llo Gurt. Of Concord Hills Cir. Club co president anti u Isham a loony of Cairo. He is a doctoral student at do. The event begins with dinner at or. Jim s Steakhouse on m7s Campus. Founded August 2, 1961 44.15 Montgomery rd., Norwood 0. 45212 Send All mail to Box 12010, Cincinnati 0. 45212 up Guiod Ever wednesday by Cmil suburban newspaper i. Inc. A Mui net represented nationally by us suburban press inc subscription rate by mail 110 Par year smile copy 15 member National newspaper Assn. Suburban newspapers of America certified audit at circulation Ohio newspaper Assn. Buckeye press office hours 9am to 5 pm monday Twu Friday editor Sproal assignments advertising director adv representatives publisher promotion mgr 1 asst to publisher a a ecu me vice president news. Retail adv 531-02 i classified 731-7170 Maureen Hehman Sandy Smith r k Mitchusson Getona Abrams Chuck Gruber Leda Batchler John h Woff Emily Asbury Wolf Charles j Carraher. Or advertising representatives Ohio newspaper service inc 1% South High Street. Columbus 43215 Ohio american newspaper representatives. 404 fifth Avenue. New Fork 10018. To the editor on tuesday dec. 9 citizens of Sycamore land will have a second Opportunity to decide what level of funding is appropriate for the local school system. During recent debate it has been argued with considerable logic that the schools could continue to function with current income projections by cutting Quot this and that a from the program. One cannot take Issue with those who take this position As the school Board itself has shown what cuts must be made if the proposed Levy fails. Hopefully however this is not the criteria that concerned parents and property owners will use when Thev cast their personal ballot. At stake is not whether or not Sycamore will have an adequate or Good school system. Instead the question is whether or not it will continue to enjoy a reputation of being one of the better if not the Best systems in the metropolitan area. As parents nothing is More important to us than our children than their education. Not just a Good the Best we possibly can afford for them. As property owners we should be concerned with the equity of what probably represents our biggest investment our Best asset our future Security. Our Home. It s no secret that Homes in the Sycamore school District. Blue Ash Montgomery and unincorporated areas of Sycamore and Symmes t Premium prices. If you recently purchased a Home you Are painfully aware of this fact if you re a longtime resident you knowhow the value of your Home has appreciated in recent years. Yes the school system will continue to function if the Levy fails. the Quality of education be All that you want for your child concerned parents think not will the reputation of the Sycamore school District continue to enhance the value of your property the experience of other cities would indicate otherwise. A yes vote however on tuesday dec. 9 is a vote for the Quot bests school system All of us can jointly that will provide our children the a a bests Opportunity that will insure the value of our a Best assets. Can we afford the few pennies a Day it takes this is not the question that confronts us. Instead the question is Quot can we afford not to support the areas Quot bests school system Orville Brown 7055 Cooper re. Or. Brown is executive director of the Home builders association of greater Cincinnati trapping not allowed in Madeira madelta police investigated an animal complaint nov. 19, at -11 15 . At 7235 Shawnee run rd., -and-.found, a Small mixed Breed Puppy caught by the head Ana neck in a steel animal trap. Officers said the animal was suffocating and. Screaming with pain. The Spca was summoned to Aid the dog. Another trap was found about 25 feet away and a dead Crow was its victim. The police said the 12x24 Inch traps were of sufficient strength to break the leg of an adult. The property owners said no permission to trap had been Given at anytime. Madeira police remind citizens that trapping is prohibited in Madeira and any person found trapping May also face charges of criminal endangering in 1 3or Law. To amp Tufi amp Ewh hic a if you want to sew better take a stretch amp sew class. Stretch amp sew is simply a better Way to sew. Better because its fun and easy. 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Kneiple corned beef rounds_________51.39. Ham salad------------------1.09�, Ham sausage or Pepper leaf________1.69� breaded steakfish______________5 pcs. 99 sides of beef Cut for heme freezers _99�?~ b Box �9 triscuit whole peeled apricots or unpeeled half apricots a can 69 White Villa unsweetened Grapefruit juice or Tomato juice ______�l�?o_49 Pringle potato chips twin pah,_________69 Frozen Orange juice White Villa a a a a Quot in a so red pet tees 1 _.i0 lbs. 1.09 Johnathan apples 3 la. Cello bag,________39 Fira ait Rannic wow Tom a Pali my .35 orders received after 12 noon will be delivered the following Day Beer delivered by the Case same Low Price 7234 Ohio ave., Deer Park open Fri. Eves till 9

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